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WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1897 TWENTY PAG-E3.
MIDERSOM TE115 HIS STORY
Why lie Murdered Captain Whit
iiiau and Mate Saunders.
CRUELTY DROVE HIM TO IT
The "Man Who First Killed the Or
fioers of the Schooner Olive
lVrifcur, Then Set Fire tu Her
hpI lenrorfcred tlie Crew, Speaks
u Hln Own Defense.
y. rfoU V., Nov. a.Tlit Washington
Tu ,-s vr'espnwtri today visited the
Ai irkati nM) Lancaster, lying off Old
1 , s.-ina i.,rd4&a AuuersoHandhl
hvefeliovv semoi , Uie first named charged
v.uh :h n-uraer of Cant- Whitman and
3 i st Matf Siiuoders, of the .schooner OJive
rt' lart June. In response to a re
qu.- t f.ir an interview, Anderson. who if.
tii' i.i'uciiwl ai tht mutiny and murder,
ct.. i fuhj assenteu an as brought into
tlie airtiin's srm He is a man of me
dim. !. mieHiat and cawud- Juau
IU no- ttn Spat t 1, on theother Laud, i
a i li i in. .es UwW U5 sailor.
judetMt toe killing as coollv
ah i ,t et be were adHitettiig -u joke 01.
JtMMl ana uM- HT that wRI hang
1dm, on!" he cau prove life, claim that
the nwi3erk were committed in self-rte
rse- Tu!. . 1WIM on which he was
, .art trouble from the start. ' said
he 4Tiie.etm&' vrte temper had driven
Ut' sosueer to attempt to detert, befon
w fcft Jdkon. and he iu. hn. m irons.
Tte oMtftaeor and ioyrIf after tlitt came
la iter saiy afl the captain's abuse. He
vvsak a man and my character is
tton ! I waU. the autnoiitie
to ivwirtite Ms record as well at. mine
I -want Uiem to Investigate Uiu record
oT tfce- mat. Tbvt men were aeviU-
"Ttwy often loael of Uolr cruelty to
saftoc, and Uic captain ones bald that lie
liad disabled a seaman wiUi a blow of his
fiL Ttoe captain struck mi a number or
tttnea aad arter a while, wliea I could
GWWflil no leaser I wrois statement of
lts treatuMiut of me and got tlie crew to
Mga it- I Intended ptvlug it to thu Anieri
oM consul at tne tta& port we struck awl
asking Mm to interfere for me. The mate
was almost a bad at ttoe etmtain and'
tte? wete botli down on we. One day
tlie mats tried to pusii me overboard. I
UMKk tiiey waatHl to gjt rid of ine before
1 coald present that paper to the consul.
Tfter Had ote wind of it. I -was in
deadly fear or my life and did not know
vfeat to expect.
(Ne day die captain f lew. into a terri
ble ipassiott about Ms dog, whki he raid
1 had fU-trqated. That wins a lie. That
-nw.4He day I Wiled Mm. I had tu do it
Ut ae oy lire. He was making at me
vMU m. Leer buttle. I sbot him through
the Head. Then tne mate asked me what I
-was doing with the ptotok. 1 was afraid
for my life and 1 shot him .lead.
'Ve heaved the todies overboard and wt
fire to die eUp. I thought that was UetSi,
for I Ud not know what was gtaB to
bappea io me. Some of the crw -wanted
to ftaJke th diip to Africa and some wanted
to go back to the States. I could not
uvwc them, so we burned the ship and
Tfce MMwer of Barrios was in distinct
oaetnast to Uiat of Andercon. He aeeineti to
be seared half to death, and several times
darina M story broke down. At Uiim lie
tom so excited la telling the story that hi
laofcen Soish could not he understood.
He ad that the trouble began in Bostoii,
wher ttere was a dispute about raiang
The engineer tried to escape Iwt ws
oatteht and pat in Irons. Seveial days
after that, while they were lying jft
Boston . waftimT for wtad. the captain went
forward and etrcok the engineer with
bie Oat, Harriot also telis of signing tl
paper to be presented to an American
ooosui. Hl .Tor of what lia.fl ened
on the day of the murder 4s about as
"At eiRfct beiis on that day lie vent
to IreaVfatt, and after tltt laid down
lie heard a now and awhile afterward
one of toe crew came and knocked -m
btt window aad ssM 4Iok here boys,
the ouofc is t deck with three revolver,.'
finrrkus akd where the captaiu vat,, and
the saflur said he wa in the cabin. He
tfeea aked it aav-une was going to kill
the ooak. and was told, 'Ho; lie is trying
to MM the mate.' Continuing, Barrios
isnia, TBe rate wa Sn tlie foreheet.
There was a narrow space between the
emrtne-mom aad my Jnk and, tltlnkiug
be waf galitg to kill aH hands. I Hid there.
"Pt)Bati I heard the cuok call out,
'Come oat, you fellows, I am in (barge
of tWs vessel.' We tame out and saw
him with three pletoU btaudmg on tlie
dock. 1 was rosc to the foreca,tlc door
and ac I came out the first thiu I taw
-was tttc mate ljing uu tAe deck, face
down. Tlie uuok onlered the men to
throw the mate'b bdy overboard, but we
told him the mate wat alive. He said he
was dead enough, and lie was. Both bod
ies were thrown into the oeean. Tlie cook
gave the crew a drink. We were hustled
Into a boat, the cook taying, 'How fast;
do you want to be hung. He fcaid tome
1 am a murderer, but I killed those people
to save my own life 1 baved your life '
We were about 1 SO miles from land. The
cook got the oil and poured it over the
ship, but who touched it off I don't know,
for I was iu the big boat. I was the
first man who informed the Brazilian po
lice, but they refused to purMietlie cook "
The fifli'tneers will be transferred to
morrow to the Norfolk city Jail, where
they wiil be confined pending trial before
the United States dlttriot court here.
Judge Hughe will probably preside at I
vne iriai. ana uistnct Attorney White,
who will represent the Government, is now
All correct styles in all proper
fabrics, both fall and winter
weights, are here. Short, me
dium or long- lengths. Light,
medium or dark color. Rough
or smooth materials. Silk, wool
or Italian: in fact, no matter
what your preference, we can j
Buityou. Jf rices are $10 to $45,
a big variety, and all sizes in
Robinson & ckry Co.,
12m and F Sts. K. W.
at Old Toliit acquainting hinibelf with the
detail ol the cute. It ih not unlikely tli.it
Jaage Hughes may order a tpeeial tea
Eton to try the can?.
snor nows two xi:g iions.
Action of n Folioenmii Nearly Cnu-e
i Unco "War.
lllchiaond. Va., Nov. G.-ily the tlnielj
precauiiuiiP on the part of the governyr
in the ..loering of the miliUiry to uKseml.le
and await jusuucUoiib, wliat pronus-'d to
be a ice war wa quieted down in Man
ctieKter Uinight. One man, Charles Mur
rnv, a regro, is dead, and another uegio,
named Anuiony, will not live through the
The rouble Ftaited on one of the prin
cipal blrceU ot Munchester where the
two ivgrees wen creating a dD-turlmnct.
PoHceman Alvis undertook to airest them.
IhiI tiicr were leluforted by rrieuU vho
were inci'.ned to resist. One of the neu
pointed a re . ilver at the policeman. The
latter at once sliot Iwth negioeh. .Mnrraj
was iiKl:um killed and Anthony luort.ill
T11U was p signal for the negroes to
gather ana press toward the officer. The.,
fewer that the would lynch him on : lie
spot, uiid all the police in lancliesler
wtc csilled out to protect Alvi-. TJi
formed a line with rtvolerfc in hand, and
Ordered tire mob to Ftund back Mean
time a UfleplK'HC message was seal to tn
governor irom the chief of police ot
Manchester, nuking that the military be
ordered oil toawaitord.-rs tj muveagainst
the mob Two eonijiaittes ot the First
Itpgiment were nfe-cnibled at the armor;
uiid ae awaiting orders at this writing
to move V necessary
The mob did not attempt to break
through the piiiou doors to lynch the
policen.an, wio was guarded by a half
doen otf!cr8. The trouble l.au quieted
down, but It it feared there maj lie a
renewal of hostilities.
A peculiar fact li tint Policeman Alvis,"
fatlwr -liot two negroes at the same pia3
and uiidci tht tame .ircunistantes twenty
j cart ago-
MII.I11A ON GUAHD.
Soi'ionv Trouble "With n Mob Feared
nt JutnAV, Ala.
Birmingham, A!a., Nov. G.-Gov. Jolm
fejn tday r-opvel a telegram fiom iSuiw,
Green county, asking foraw-iEtaiice.as Die
Jail at that place was likely to he at
tacked by a iik bnfter Bud Beard, the negio
who is cltarged with assaulting Ella
Crocket, a tcen-vear-old glil, nuir Re
iorni, in IScleite county.
TnioverujratoacieJesi'aphed to Lieut.
Dnulap. coitaijaauer of the Eutaw detach
ment of the Watrhir Guards, to a-MJinble
tlie company at once and report to th
sheriff for duty. A telegram was also
seat to Sheriff Eastman, directing him
not. to allow the prisoner to 'to taken from
him. The Eh taw jgil is now cJoMy
guarded by not only soldlerb, but by armed
citizens, who have been tworn iu as
Heard w as indicted by lh.'s Pick-nfe county
grand jury, on the evidence of the little
girl. A molt was formed for Uie purpose of
lynching b-it the negro was hurried to
die Jail at Carroll ton. Later I12 washuttled
across Ue country to Kutaw. Sheriff Kast
mau heard of the mob following, and tele
graphed the governor. This evening a
telegram hays tlint a number of btranger
are in kutaw, but an attack is not feared
WALLA. TONKA HKPHIET15D.
Young- Iudinn Given Another Chance
for 111k Life.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. G. The news
ot the reprieve of Walla Tonka, or William
Going, the Choctaw toll plajer, wlto was
to have been sbot ut Ankchl, Wolf count',
Choctaw Nation, on Thursday, v.as re
ceived in this city yesterday. Walla
Touka was a member of one of the Indian
teams which played a match game In
this olty in August. He was at that time
under sentence of death for the murder
of his uncle, Sampson Going, a deputy
sheriff. Pieparatlons weie made foi
carrying out the sentence at 2 o'clock
Thursday, and a large crowd had assem
bled to witness the execution. Late
Wednesday night a meseinger arried from
Antler with a reprieve from the Choctaw
supreme court at Tuskahoma, the capital
ot the nation. With the epriee was an
order for a new trial.
CU11IOUS CAGS15 OF DEATH.
A "Woman Fell on Edward Muclcln
and Killed nim.
New York. Nov. G. Edward Mackin.a
newsdealer, who Iied ut 117 Mott street,
died this morning at his lhome Troni lr.
utiiri Injuries, caused by a woman weigh
ing 200 pounds falling on him while he
wat, dancing with her. The accident hap
penod a veel ago. wh"n Mac-kin attended
the ball of the Independence Club at Web
ster Hall. The woman became dizy, he
slipp'Hl, feU to the floor and the woman
went down on top of him. He was picked
up unconscious. Mackln suffered great
agony all week until today, when he died.
An autopsy wllf he held.
I3L-- IF IlAli'a REVELATIONS.
Tliirtr-flve Ont,et Buy Theosopliib,
Charged "Willi Immorality.
Boslou. Nov. 6 Madame Dls de Bjr
today ga-ve information which has le
suited In the granting or warrants for the
arrest of dD men charged with immorii
conduct- The first arrest is thuf y ir
Uiur F. Orr, the leader of a famous club In
Onset Bay Madame Dis de Bar declaies
that she will "rip up" Onset Bay from
top to l.ottoRi. "J'oulke shall nee suffer
alone," she said. "I will tell tales that
shall upheae Onset Bay, that shall prove
it one of the plague spots of the world."
Orr is employed iu a railroad lreight
office of the New Fork, New Haen and
Ilartford Railroad. More arrests will toon
A Demnnd for Mr. Stack.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. G William II.
Stack adrertised in a Kansas City paper
for a wife without a mother and with
20,000 with which to stare in the whole
sale liquor business. He reported today
that he had received nearly 300 letteis
and had innumerable calls. No women
without funds had applied. "If I -were
in Turkey, it would be all right," he said.
Strike Pay for Engineers.
London, Nov. 6. Strike j?ay to the
amount of .1,000 was distributed thh.
Week to Si.000 engineers. Itls reported that
the German engineers will take advantage
of the large influx of English orders to
demand higher wages and shorter hours,
aua will strike It their demands Are not
Get Your Barrister Cheek Cashed
anywhere bank, cigar storo, grocery or
Ivy TnEtitiite Business College, 8th and K.
None better; S2D a year, day or nJuut, ,
-' -"' ; f
The Allotment of Space to Amer
ica for Her Display.
GIVEN 200,000 SQUARE FEET
Moses. P. Handy, Spcclul CominS
Bioncr, Arrives In New York He
Says, the Show "Will Eclipse Any
of Its Predecessor and Atneriea
Will He Creditably Hepreaentcd.
New York, Nov. G. Moses P. Handy, the
special comiulsMoucr from America to the
proposed Pans exposition of 1900, re
turned home today a pav-onger on the
steamer Paritu Mrs. Handy accompanied
him, as did Lieut. Ashcr C. Baker, U. SN ,
who was identified with Maj. Handy in thu
World's Columbian Exposition. Mr. Handy
left here August 20 with special Instruc
tions from President McKlnley to acquire
as much space as possible for American
exhibits at the great exposition. His task
was accomplished several weeks ago, but
the extreme labor of the task mude Mr.
Handy 111, und his friends wno met him
today found him in anything but good
Fo exhausted was he today that he had
tc leave the care of his baggage to Lieut.
Eaker and huny into a closed carriage,
wIik'i took him, with Mrs. Handy, to the
Waldorf. Speaking of the success of his
trip, Mr. Handy said:
"I succeeded beyond expectation in se
curing -pacc. It is, true I "was nandi
capped somewhat. The American Govern
menl, it should be remembered, accepted
the invitation cf Fiance for an award of
space one jear ago. The European coun
tries Mere a little quickei with their ac
ceptant.es, so that when 1 arrived on the
field it was to find eighteen other com
mislcncrs there. However, I succeeded
finally in making up for a great deal of
lost time and induced the French author!
ties to iii.i1;l certain allotments of space
on the Iwsls of the most favored nation
'In this way America .received alto
gether 200,000 squure feet of space. That
is prcttv goud, I take it, consideiiug that
the American lepresentalive started in
after ot.ner comnils.lone had been one year
ahead. Of course, America will make a
memorable anu filUng display. The show
will eclipse anything of its kind iu tlie
past- I feel satisfied that no country
will be lietter represented there n 1900.
'Thrreare so many representative Ameri
can influx ri?s inxious to secure privileges
iu connection with our award that I real
izo how utterly impossible it will be to
satiate thedemandsorall. We wllldoalike
by everybody, though, and satisfy all as
much as possible.
'Bureaus for the receipts of applications
for apace will be opened at once in this
city and Chicago. No appropriation for
the exhibition has been made jet by
Congress, although a bill appropriating
$500,000 lor the purpose lias passed the
Senate, and now "awaits the action ot the
An Important Decision.
Knoxvllle, Tenn., Nov. 6 The supreme
court of the State today affirmed the
decision of the lower court in the con
solidated causes Involving rights of way
on the principal streets for btrcet rail
way purposes. The opinion was in favor
of the Knoxville Street Hallway Company,
of which J. Simpson Africa, of Phila
delphia, Is trustee, and against the Citi
zens' Railway Company, of which W. G.
McAdoo,'of New York, is president. The
interests involved are very valuable.
"Wejler! Journey Delayed.
Hav.a:.a, JJuv, G '-The steamer Mont
ECK.U, On Vliieh Gen. Wevler and his btaff
called from Havana for Spain and which
was compelled to return to Glbnr.'ua, ow
ing to some disarrangement of her ma
chinery, bab completed her repairs and
again started on her vojage.
tma? IJPS: - w 4
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THE LOST FOGS.
HENRY GEORGE M KMOHIAI. FUND.
Citizens of All Cliistg'- Contribute
in Honor of the HcSd Leader.
New y irk, Nov G.-ThSsfnnd to erect a
nemorrJ to th minory f yfe late Henry
Gcorg- Is growing daily. iUji;as-c,s,iti the
community are helpiug tojfcjjijfe.ChUTth
ilignt'arlos, mayors und5fJnr mayors,
aldermen, educators. nolitrfl ami busl
nes men are in the Hat oS.lW53l3rd
Pending iu caiS?Iput;
ft would si-em that seldoJ tias there b-;-Mi
a man who hait so mafilnqere friends',
even among rnose who nRfnhfc accept his
well knowu views. All apnjri his sterling
character atd his Ititensejfeiilberlfcy ot pur
Contributions of $3 wfijc rec.-lve-l yes
terday from four New York City aldermen
Monej from tht friends r Henry George
in thu West is begInnlng3Lo corae In. Iu
many places citizens are organizing move
ments to syitematicaliy collect funds for
the memorial T
Former tongressmuu Tom L. Johnson,
Mr. George's most devoted friend, is the
treasurer of the George Meuonul Fund.
DEFY IE SUGAR THUS,
Hawaiian Planters Refuse to Re-,-
new Their Contract.
SELL THE CROP ELSEWHERE
The Monopoly of .the Islands Cbiet
Evp-irt by spreekels and the Sugar
Trust Broken at Last Eighty
Thousand Tons Sold to New York
Parties. ' .
Honolulu, Oct. 30, via San Francisco, Nov
G. The planters have at length thrown
off the yoke of the Sugar Trust and have
set the Sprecr-cls at defiance, bj leaving
them Mali out In disposing of the 1890
c-ap: The contract with the trust expire I
on November 1, and wnj not be renewed
Instead, a local combination of planters
has rontrjicti'd to deliver 80,000 tons of
sugar iu New Yorkiiutlauother large block
at a new refinery to erected at Tort
Costa, Cal. The deaPwatohsummated In
New York and Califojifi last week, and
the contracts have, been leceived hero by
Not only have the planters been able
to dispose of their product in the open
market, but also at much lower rate of
commission than before. Over $100,000
In commissions alone will be saved by the
new deal. The New York sugar will u
go around the Horn la sailing vessels as
hitherto. Seafaring men laugh at the
idea of r.-U competition. So long as they
car Cdiiy freight to New York at &5 a
ton they sav thev fall to see where rail
roads can figure In the proposition The
T. H. Davles plantations, do not figure
in the new deal,
Since the Spreckcls people have taken
up the cause of Queen Liliuokalani, T. II.
Davis has found it more to his interest
to side with Spreckcls. Outside of the
plantations controllcdby Mr. Davis are
somq nine or ten controlled dhectly by
Mr. Sprcckles. The combination controls
twenty-nine plantations, including the big
Ewa plantation. The Sewall Line of clip
pers will be chattel cd again this 3 ear to
carry the ciop.
This is the first time 111 yeais that the
i.ugnr crop has been disposed of outside
the trust. The new cunditton of affairs
arose from the building cf. the ner re
fineries ut. various plaios in America
This deal will be of great advantage to
the sugat planters, for it is made on bet
ter t ei 111 b' than those liereto fere obtained,
an.l'it settles definitely in what direction
the sugar shall go. l
Trial of Competitor Prisoners.
Havana, Nov. G. Tht? trial of the Ameii
can prisoners of the schooner Competitor
will be held here on Monday. The Ameii
can Lon-.ul has been r.fficiallv notified.
Labordc, Melton, and the other prisoners
are hopeful that their lives will be spared.
CAtLr-Otio rm l"-fcnC
10 BELIEF FOfi PAGIF1G0S
Gen. Blanco Decides That He
Will Not Release Them.
RAVAGES OF STARVATION
Famine Increasing in HavJfnn and
All Over the Lsluiid Only Remnrty
Found by the Captain-General Ls
a Reduction of the Import Duty
Havana, Nov. 5, via Key Wst, ;Nov. G.
The terms of the decree of Gen. Blanco
regarding the puclflcos will be utterly
unsatisfactory from a humane point of
view. Gen. Blanco has the decree already
framed, on hie desk, and is only awaiting
bomenoyohes that will be given, to it by
Siior Congosto, the new secretary. Seilor
Cungosio, who has been Spanish coubul At
Philadelphia, a" an expert in American
affairs, is expected to write an introduc
tion to the decree in order to impress pub
liooplnionin An erican in favor ottheSpan
ish government. But, in fact, neither the
concentration of pacificos will be stopped,
nor will the awful famine that prevails
among them be relieved.
Gen. Weyler concentrated the pacificos
around the fortified Spanish towns, and
said in hib decrees that zones ot cultiva
tion were to be granted to them foi rais
ing vegetables and keeping their cattle.
Gen. Blanco, Instead of turning the pacificos
loose, according to the formal promise of
Spain, will onlv order on paper, their
zones of cultivation "to be enlarged."
But the paclfico will remain within tho
Spanish lines, under the reach of the fire
ot the Spanish forts and herded like wild
beasts, Just as in the days ot Weyler.
They will not be allowed to return to
their own farms in the country, and in
spite ot the humanitarian sentiments that
will adorn the introduction written by
Senor Congosto, they will practically re
main In thraldom, with all their works and
acts closely watdhed by the Spanish col
umns. Gen. Blanco hub taken this decision
after several consultations with Spaniards
here, who infi rmrd him that to relea-e
the pacificos would De a step in favor jf
Thf ravages of starvation are increas
Ing in li van a and all over the island
The only remedy found by Gen. Blanco is
to suspend the import duty on cattle, but
the decree is not so liberal as has been
cabled ti-America. Accordingto listerias
that Will be printed tomorrow (Suturd ij j
in the Uai-etr., from November 10 to Tan
uary 10 no duties will be imposed, but
after the latter date 30 per tnet-of the
duty now imposed will be collected.
Gen". Blanco expects that two months,
will be long enough to introduce all ihs
cattle u"cdcd In Cuba, and he had told
the several charity associations and philan
thropic persons who called on him to ask
rede l for the starving people, that, though
his wishes arc for the best, he does not
see how he can otherwise alleviate the
evils of the situation. Hunger in Ilavina
is causing a dreadful Increase in crimes.
Personal security in the streets, whtUi
was never great her, does not exist at
all today. Every man here who risks him
self on t'tO streets of the capital after
sUi.sen has to take cart- of his own life.
Strike Natural Gas.
Princeton, 111., Nov G. Natural gas
with a heavy pressure was struck in this
city today and has create"d much"excife
ment. The well was located by a clair
voyant from Chicago last week and the
shaft was sunk by a committee of ten
Settles With His Creditors.
New York, Nov. 6.-n.A. Pattervin, the
announcement or w hose failure for clearing
house purposes was made on the Oonoli
dated Exchange yestprday, settled his dif
ferences today in full, and was reinstated
as a member of the eicliangot
TlUTTElCWOinTI VERY ILL.
The Commissioner of Pntents Down
Cleveland. Ohio, Nov G. Commissioner of
.Patents Buttei worth was taken seriously
ill today while at the office of Senator
Ilanua. He was removed at onco to the
Holiundea Hotel. He grew rapidly worse,
and this evening a severe case of pneu
1 loom tfi're'opcd, and Major Butturworth'a
coudlt'oii Is regarded by his phyu'ciaiw as
Senator Banna spent the entire evening
with Major Butterworth in his room. Mrs.
ButtervvcrHi bob been tclegrap'ied for.
Major Butterworth completed the ram
palgn Iu Ohio in thisclty. He made many
speeches and exposed himself to the
weather. He complained of being worn
cut, but remained in Cleveland on the Cji-in-1.
will rase, in which he Is interested-
RAISING THE QUARANTINES
Business Rapidly Improving in the
Many Refugees Item ruing Southern
Puciflo Getting Ready to llounie
New Orleans. Nov. G The liusiness situa
tion continues to improve with tho with
drawal of quarantines. Todaj Clinton and
the other towns that have quarantined
against the mail TromNevv Orleans abolish
ed these quarantines, and there Is now no
restriction ou the postal business any
where in the South. Dr. awuarmgem'Stdte
health officer of Texas, today opened
Texas toall Louisiana products. T heSouth
e.rii' Pacific Uailroad will, in the next few
days, Vciunie itb iMiSseiiger traffic, but Is
Dust nw getting it, badly demoralised
freight business into order again.
Fort Smith, Ark., today raise'! ifc quar
antine agdiast New Orleans, and nearly
all the Louisiana planters agreed to re
ceive fumlgafqll freight from New Orleans.
The fumigation ,'will be insisted on for
only a few days longer.
Vicksburg has opened ita doors to refu
gee residents. They have been shut
out since Urn. announcement of the fever
in EdwardHuju the bu6lnsx of the town
lias been puraaed-liy its quarantines.
Itcfugees are also returning to Selms.
All restrictions to railroad entering Sclma
were withdiawn ,tuday, -
The good eMects of the lit'mg or the
quaranttue In North Alalia::. a are already
seen In the resumption of trad and travel
with Infected plueets Iilraumtiajn mer
chants had a Uhr XvatUtessifim Kvw
Orleans today. Car? tfcai 't&vtrfcuett tiod.
up at Nswr Orleans aad lioWIeiUe -&
North, arid cuaijl tim tHaimite vlti&t
into Alabama lb very heavv.
Hatlroad agents say they foressee
that their lines are going to uebe
pushed to tlielr utmost to move freight
which accumulated during the past imo
The yellow fever scare has compMcly
disappeared. save in Mississippi, vrtnm t
6U11 continues in some sections. Judge
St'-vens tried to get through to Webnter
county today to open court, but was not
allowed to do so by the quarantine au
thorities. A death is nnnonnc-d at CaHfornJi. La.,
of what is supposed to lie yellow fever.
Pr. Gailoras announced tlie fever there,
but the local physicians disagreed wifb
One of the deaths at New Orleans to-
uaJOY,s JtlMf Lou Shut, a euiimnwyij-
tne lirsc ot his race ever known to die
of yeHov fever.
The jellow rever reooid stands:
New Orleans New cabes. 23; total 1,
729: deaths today, 5; total deaths, 228.
Mobile -New cases, 5; total, 307; deaths
today, 1; total deaths, 11.
There were also thiee new cases at
Spring Hill, a suburb or Mobile.
Biloxi New cases, 4; total, 612.
Bay St. Louis-New cases, 3; total, 3G2;
deaths today, 1; total deaths, 7.
Memphis One new case, total, 54.
Montgomery New cases, 6. total, 127.
No new cases were reported today in
Hinds county, Miss., at Edwards, Nifca,
Yuma, Clinton or Cayuga, and the quaran
tine guards will probably be withdrawn
from these towns in toe next Tew days
CROKER ON HIS VACATION.
The Tnmiiiaiiy Leader Leaves, New
York for Hot Springs, Va.
New York, Nov. G. -Richard Cioker left
New York this afternoon for a trip through
the Soutl.. He was accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Randolph GuggenheinicrrMr..ind
Mrs. Mdes O'Brien and Col. A.B. Gardine-.
The partv i-.ft the Pennsylvania Railroad
station on the F. F. V. special at 5-1 (?j
this afternocn icr Hot Sptmirs, Va. llr.
Croker wa at the station to see her hiis
canl off While South Mr. Croker will
visit the Belle Meade stock farm, near
Nashville. And-ew Freeman, the baseball
manager, -will probably Join the paity in
the South. He remains over to attend the
National Baseball convention In Philadel
phia next; week.
Van Wvdv's Campaign E-tpen-.es.
New York, Nov. 6. Major-elect Van
Wyck filed in the county clerk's office to
day a sworn statement ot his campaign
expenses as follows: Stenographer, $GG;
photographs, $54; newspaper- notices,
330.75; total, $13S.75. Many ot the alder
men made oath to lfaving spent fiv e times
Former Hank President Indicted.
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 6.-W. P. Webb,
president of two banks, one at Nash
ville, Tenn , and one at Louisburg, X. C,
has becu arrested and indicted on a charge
or rendering a false statement of the con
dition of the banks and obtaining deposits
by representing the banks to be solvent
when they were not.
Distinguished Italian Tourists.
Cincinnati, Nov. 6. A distinguished
party .f Italian tourists visited Cincinnati
yesterday. Among them were thePriacu
ana Princess ot Biacnccio, of Italy, the
lifter being a lady in waiting to tho
Queen of Italy. The prince is impressed
by the "marvelous activity and enter
prise of the Americans."
Burned to Death.
Chicago, Nov. G. Louis De Brue was
burned to death at 3 o'clock this morn
ing iu a fire which broke out In his apart
ments at 532 Austin avenue. P.J. Breu-
nan, his wife and three children were over-
, . , , "
come by smoke and saved only through the
1 heroic efforts of two policemen.
GREAT CRISIS MOT FIB OFF'
Internal Dangers Which Threat'
en the Spanish Government.
THE CARLIST PROPAGANDA
Cabinet Prepared to Deal Sternly
"With Weyler If It Is Necessary
ilay Declaru War Against Amer
ica to Detract the People's Atn
teutlon F-roili Domestic Affairs.
London, Nov. 6- A great civil qrjsls in
Spain seems now inevitable, and the day
is apparently not far off. Internal dissen
sion and distress are alieaily revolutionary
in spirit, and they are likely to soon be
come revolutionary in action, information
to this effect comes not only from Th
Washington Times correseoiident at Ma
drid, who, ot course, is corarelled to -end
it to the London ort ice by post, but rrom a
variety of public and prh ate 'sou ices in
Spam which leave no rami to doubt the
grave nature of the crisis.
The gov sriiinent u fully arare of the
danger, hut does not know the actual
extent of the sedition iu tho- army., The
Carbt pn-pnganun Jia been Widespread
for i:.ontns, but it i impo-dDk. t ascer
tain wWat proportion or the officers is
affectc-C It Is feared that the jrrival
ot Weyler will precipitate a crijii. He in
not accured of Carlisui, but is known to
be disaffected to the point of Insn',ordina
tion againat the pre-enl. government.
Tlie cabinet is prepared to rue to the
sternest measures in dealing witfa him, in
the hope that the example will crush the
spirit ot revolt. The fact that tlie cabinet
it ttiliiterj alreaoy talk of shooting traitors
if necessary,, is some indication of the
s?rious nature of the situation. As far
as relations with America ara concerned.
or with Cuba llseir, for that matter, tha
Spanish government is likely to have Ps
hands too fully occupied with domestic
naastT.w to eive auch attention to tu
outride situation. It Is only perhaps as a
last dt-perate measure to unite ilie home
factions against a foreign Toe Unit trour.lt
vviirt AinsrU-a will be soecbt or thought of
A WAR ON PAPER.
The Rival Ambitions of Great Britain
London, Nov. 0. An exaggerated idea
of the warlike nature qf the situation be
tween Great Britain and France, in refr
eace to West Africa, has suddenly seued
the British press. As a mait'jr of fact, the
CrWijj was inacb more threatening several
"K be&retbe Tunis agreeuieut wus
m&tfe, than today, and tbcr. is now little
i doubt that thei&rerenceo will be amicably
ijeae- T ui the mmHtou cas
imptoTed is ife same as la all other
diplomatic emergencies -wi'liin the past
two yeirs. Lord Salisbuv, under pres
sure, made substantia! coucessius. These
concessious are or a Datgcc which make
itaj ossible ln. realization of treat Bntaia a
pet ambition of au Africa ? Snglih from
Caie Tjwb to Cairo.
Thib cry. when raised tw.,sears ago. in
cited Fran e to purs ae a cc liter aim, wbn h
may be described as ; rom Senegal to
the Egyptian Soadan oiuder the French
flag.' It was eighteen months ago that
the French expedition began moving from
the west to the east- Of course, the two
paths of national ambition crossed, and
now each Hde is seeking to confront the
other with accomplished facte. But, what
ever may now happen In that region.
there is no longer any desire on the part
01 "either government to bae a contro
versy thereon. The whole dispute is cer
tain to have an amicable adjustment be
tween Paris and London. The terms of
thl.s adjustment, which, there is gjjod
reason to believe, bavealreadvbeen agreed
upon, have not been made known, bat It
will almost certaiuly prove that France
Is a substantial gainer thereby.
The public attitude or the Government,
which pretends to have a determination
sharply to resist French aggression In West;
Africa, is intended for home Pon.sumpti.m
only, and is destined to prevent a general
revT.it in the conservative party against
Lord Salinlairy's intolerable pusillanimity
SIASCAGNT'S NEW OPERA.
The Subject Is Japanese . and
Tien ted jseriouly.
Roiuh-, Nov. G Peitro Macagui has
almost ct mpleted a new opera, tne title ot
which nail be ''Iris." The subject Is
Jarane-sp, but" is treated seriously. Mas
cagul hae thrown himself with ardor into
the work, and haa steciied hlmseir in local .
color by the living tor monthsatPesaro.sur
rounded by quantities or Japanese lac
quered ware, vases, costume, and musical
ii.strumer.tb. all ot which were imported
rrom Yokohama. lie even serves hisguc&te
Japanese t-a in the Japanese stjle. Hear
ing that a wealthy EnelUhnvin in Flor
ence was possessed of a magnificent Jupau
ese collection, he immediately obtained
permission to visit it.
The Englishman had a number of musical
instruments that were tujd by the Japanese
exclusively at religious ceremonies. After
seeing them, Maseagnl wrote to Slgiojr
lllica, the librettist, requesting him to en
tirely mange the last act of the opera, so
tha' the h-ro'ne. Ins.ctuoulildLj in a temple
during a religious ceremony.
One sceue represents a beautiful Japanese
lar.dsc.isrt? with young pirls at play. Iris
is nresent in this scene with her blind
father. Another scene is the interior ot
a "plendid pniaci, lo which a rich prince
abducts Iris, while still another introduces
jugglers and clowns.
The open, will bo nioat expensively
NCIIMERTZ'a AIR SHIP.
Its Failure Said to Have Been Caused
by a Simple Accident.
Berlin, Nov. G.-The ulumlnnm airship,
which esmc to grler Wednenday after mak
ing a short vojage from ttu- Templehof
Field u; Wilii.ersdorf, Is the invention of
the late Kerr Brhmcrtz. who commenced
the building of it In 1S83- It is forty
five meters Ions, thirteen meters high and
weighs 7,500 pounds- Ilcrr Jaegels, a
tc rnlcal engineer, steered the airship. He
Will renew the experiemnt shortly. Herte
clares that the sudden descent Wednesday
was due to a simple accident, that can he
easily remedied. The cost of construction
an 1 the expense, of the preliminary experiment-
amount to 3,000,000 marks- o
S2.00 to Pli Imlelnhh' and Return
via B. tc o , feimday, Nov. 7. Tickets good
! going on 111 nd
return on all n j,ul,
oing on 1 in unil'i a n tralnb, valid fof
ir trains same day.