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Small Vote Cast and an Unusually
MEAGRE RETURNS FROM ROANOKE
COUNTY SHOW THAT THE CON?
VENTION SCHEME WAS DE?
FEATED ? THE DEMOCRATS
vELECT ALL THEIR CANDIDATES
FOR COUNCIL IN THIS CITY?THE
NEGRO CANDIDATE IN THE
THIRD WARD WAS DEFEATED.
NEWS FROM OTHER POINTS.
The election in Roanokoyesterday pass?
ed off unusually quiet. There was no ex?
citement and very little interest was
manifest except in the Third and Fifth
wards. The contest Lin the Fifth ward
was more spirited and lively than in any
and the Interest in the Third was to know
how the colored man, Boiling, who was
running independent, would come out.
The total votu on the constitutional
convention was as follows: For the con?
vention, 639. Against the convention,
001. The Vote for Councilmen was as
The candidates were H. D. Guy, C. D.
Fox and Jas. P. Woods, aud the voting
stood as follows: Guy, 209$ Fox, 208;
Wood, 265. Total vote cast, 1300. Theie
were no Republican candidates in the
First ward and the Democratic candidates
had no opposition. For the convention,
100; against, 05.
The Democratic candidates in the Sec?
ond ward were Jas. R. Terry and J. C.
Page. There was no^opposition and the
vote was as follows: Page, 103; Terry,
ISO. For the convention, 130; against,
38. Total vote cast, 301. There were 24
votes cast for Council that did not count
in the convention total.
There were only two candidates in the
Third ward, regular nominees of the Re?
publican convention. They were Morris
Minnchnn and Dj>. Wilmcr Hodgson, but
a few days prior to the election R. ,J.
Boiling, a neuro, announced himself its a
candidate The result] of ?thc election in
the Thir^l ward rvas as follows: Minne
ban, 285; Hodgson, 270; Boiling. 57; Bcat
l toring, 2. For the convention, 83; against,
The Democratic candidates |in the
Fourth ward, Messrs. Witt'and'Seifert,
had no opDOsition. The vote was as fol?
lows: Witt, 129; Seifert, 125. For the
convention, 67; against 36. ,
The interest was all centered in the
Fifth ward, where both Democrats and
Republicans bad up candidates, with
about equal chances of winning. The
Democrats ^succeeded in electing their
men by a good majority. The 'vote was
as follows: Democrats?Strickland, 312;
Coulbourne, 200; Newton, 270. Republi?
cans? Deriing, 13b; lOney, 144; Miller,
104. For the convention, 101; against,
The day passed off very quietly and
nothing out of the usua1 order was noted.
The vote was unusually small and people
seemed to take very little interest 4in the
Salem, Va., May 27?(Special.)-A
very light vote was polled in this place
and the county to day. All Ltbe old offi?
cers were re-elected and the scheme for a
convention was snowed under by a de?
cided majority, the exact figures of which
are not yet in.
Supervisor?W. P. Moomaw, 144; R.
L. Lloyd, 3?.
Justices of the Peace?(Hies Gunn. 151;
W. G. Wood, 151; II. c. Pollard, 34; A.
M. Miller, 11; H. II. Powell, 143.
Overseer of the Poor?s. F. Thrasher,
For Constable?N. W. Via, 1-18; E. II.
The constitutional convention scheme
bons AC K PRECINCT.
For Supervisor?W. P. Moomaw, 40.
For Justice ol the Peace?Giles Gunn,
38: W. G. Wood, 41; II. II. Powell, 30.
Overseer of the Poor?S. F. Thrasher,
For Coustablo?N. W. Via, 37; E. II.
The constitut'onal convention received
40 votes tor and none agdinst.
Supervisor?W. P. Mooman, Ott; R. L.
Justices of the"Peace?A. M. Miller,
44; W. G. Wood, 51; Giles Gunn, 54; H.
c. Pollard, B?; H. H. Powell, 51.
For Constable?N. W. Via, ^40; E. H.
Overseer of the Poor?S. F. Thrasher,
For convention, 25; against convention,
For'Supervisor?W. P. Moomaw, 37;
r. L. Lloyd, 45.
For Justices of the Peaco?Giles Gunn,
82; W. G. Ward, 32; H. '.C. -Pollard, ?->:!;
A. M. Miller, 50; H. II. Powell, 10.
Overseer of the Poor?S. ,F. Thrasher,
For Constable?N. W. Via, 9; E. II.
The vote on the convention was not
known by the courier.
" '"""east radford.
Eat Radford, Va., [May 27.?(Special.)
?For convention 80," ngaiust convention
65. Majority lor convention 15.
E. F. Gill, J. M. Scott and W. J. Lin
kous wrre elected- com cllmon in East
3ANOKE, VA., FBI
ward. John G. Osborne, J. C. Pettcr and
W. J. Kendordine In West ward. About
25 per cent, of the vote cast. Many re?
fused to vote for convention or against.
3 TO 1 AGAINST.
Bedford City, May 27.?(Special.)?Bed?
ford City to day voted 3 to 1 against the
scheme for a constitutional convention.
Christiansburg, Va., May 27.?(Spe?
cial.)?Can't get county news to-night;
(314 votes polled hero; 300 'counted. For
convention, 25; no convention, 100; same
ratio will contiuue. >
Martinsvllle,.Va., May 27.?(Special.)?
Constitutional convention cairied here
by 0 majority. Indications are that
Henry couuty has gone for .convention by
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Cinciunati?Cincinnati, 7 runs, 10
hits, 5 errors. Boston, 10 runs, 20 hits,
3 errors. Batteries: Ithines and Schri
ver: Klobedau/. and Yeager.
At Louisville?Louisville, 5 runs, 0
hits, 0 errors. Washington, 0 runs. 2
hits, 1 error. Batteries: Hill and Wil?
son; Mercer and McGuire.
At Chicago?Chicago, G runs, 0 hits, 3
errors. Philadelphia. 3 runs, 0 hits, 3
errors. Batteries: Briugs and Donohue;
Tay lor ami Clements.
At Cleveland?Cleveland, 8 runs, 14
hits, 3 errors. Baltimore, 7 runs, 12 hits,
2 errors. Batteries: Young and Zimmer;
Corbett and Clark.
At Pittsburg?Pittsburg, 3 r'.ms, 6
hits, 2 errors. Brooklyn, 5 runs, 10 hits,
1 error. Batteries: Gardner and Sugdcn;
Payne and Grim.
No gume scheduled between New York
and St. Louis. ?
Standing of the Clubs, w l PCt
Baltimore. 21 7 7?0
Cincinnati. 10 11 050
Pittsburg. 16 10 01?
Boston. 17 11 013
Cleveland. 17 11 (112
Louisville. 14 13 518
Brooklyn. 14 14 500
Philadelphia. 13 1? 459
New York. 10 13 435
Chicago. 10 10 345
Washington. 8 18 304
St. Louis. (5 22 214
standing of the clubs. W L PCt
Patersou. 15 0 G25
Newark. 14 10 583
Lancaster. 12 10 545
Hartford. 12 10 545
Norfolk. 12 12 500
Richmond. 11 12 476
Athletics. 11 12 478
Reading. 5 17 227
AMONG THE AMATEURS.
Roanoko Street Railway, 12; Teny
Building, 5. Batteries: H. Pattle and
Goggins; Peck and Gilnier.
ALMOST A RIOT.
Manager Donovan Had to Take Measures
to Preserve Peace.
Pittsburg, May 27.?Tbere was a dis?
graceful scene after the game. A gang
of roughs surrounded Hurst and attempt?
ed to mob him as he left the ernunds.
Whatever Hurst Is, he certainly is no
coward. He paid no attention to the
threatening of the crowd until one fellow
hit bin ; then he returned the blow with
interest. He would doubtless have been
roughly haudled, but to the credit of one
"ReddyV Mason, the Pittsburg players
and'several policemen, Hurst was res?
cued from the mob. Too much praise
cannot be ? given to Manager Donovan,
either fo" his action in quieting the mob
previously. The crowd on the cheap seats
in the left field were making a great howl
about u decision of the umpire and were
acting in a threatening and insulting
manner. Donovan ran across the field
and warned the crowd that the first man
who made a disturbance would be severe?
ly (halt with. He Instructed the police
to arrest the first offender. His action
Bad immediate effect.
IRON HILL RACES.
Iron Hill, Md., May 27.?Following are
the results of to-day's races:
First race, 3-8 mile?Ah Helenboldt
won, Sprite second, By Jove third. Time
Second race, 3-4 mile?Scandell won,
Rebea second. Little Lady third. Time
Third race, I 1-2 furlongs?Key West
won, St. Lawrence second, Jack Lovell
third. Time .58.
Fourth race, 5-8 mi'e?Ed. Murphy
won, Flertnia second, Milwaukee third.
Fifth race, 8-4 mile?Royal H. won,
Billy llov second, Annie T. third. Time
Sixth race, 5 8 mile?Schroon won.
Paddy second, Tralnor third. Tune 1:00.
TUP: "NEW THEOLOGY."
Criticised by^Rev. S. M. Smith nt the
Southern Presbyterian Assembly.
Charlotte, N. C, May 27.?The South?
ern Presbyterian General Assembly to?
day heard the report on Sabbath-schools,
which was docketed. A partial report on
bills and overtures also went to the
The repoit on home missions! was read,
and pendlnK its discussion [the assembly
resumed the Westminster ^celebration.
Rev. Dr. S. M. Smith, of Columbia, S.
C, delivered an address on the Westmin?
ster standards [and popular currents of
theology. He said the "new theology"
j may be summed up in the question and
answer: "What is the chief end of.God?
The chief end of God is to glorify" man
and develop him forever." His defense
of the conservative theology and criticism
of the new were well received.
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DAY, MAY 28, 181
The Goldites May Nominate the
AN INTERESTING RUMOR CURRENT
AT THE STATE CAPITAL?MR.
BRYAN, HOWEVER, SAYS THE j
RUMOR IS RIDICULOUS?A RE- I
PUBLICAN LEADER SAYS HIS j
PARTY WOULD SUPPORT THE
NOMINATION-A N T I C I P A T E D
The Richmond State prints the follow
Mr. Joseph'Bryan may be 'a candidate
for governor?at least there are many
things to indicate that be may be.
It is quite generally agreed, as every?
body'knows,, that the regular Democracy
will reaillrm the Chicago platform and
declare.for the'free coinage of silver in no
The mouthpiece of the goldites in Vir?
ginia has declared, as is known, that the
gold people, so lar as it is able to speak
for them, will not swallow the Chicago
platform with its free silver and other
alleged heresies. i
And the Republican party, at least its
leaders,it is said have decided not to hold
a State convention and''nniniuato candi?
dates, but to throw their ^support to can?
didates to he nominated by the goldites.
And Mr. Joseph Bryan is undoubtedly
the leade- of the gold 'men in the Com?
monwealth who formerly afliliated with
the Democracy prior to'the last campaign.
So the rumor that he may be named
antl urged to accept^the candidacy is not
without ground fcr plausibility.
The gold people, of course, will deny
that there is anything In the rumors
But some people remember bow events
shaped themselves last year when the ex
Democrats who opposed the regular De?
mocracy and the Chicago platform
worked hand in hand with the Republi?
cans to help carry the'commonwealth for
McKinley, and the Republicans are un?
doubtedly counting on a continuation of
this affiliation with those, who still refuse
to accept the doctrines of tba regular
A representative of the. State 'saw Mr.
Joseph Bryan yesterday in his comforta- I
ble office, at the top of his large oflicc
bnildirg at Tenth and Bank streets, over?
looking the other surrounding ^buildings
and the James, and asked him about the
rumor of the probable combination. *
"The report is being circulated," Mr.
Bryan," saitVhe, "that'the Republicans I
are not going to hold a State convention,
but are going to try to [combine with the
goldites and support the candidates that
the latter will name and'as you are the
owner of the representative paper of that
class, the State wants to jisk you about
"I dou't know anything about any such
an arrangement. I haven't seen Judge
Waddill for a Ion;, time. I know nothing
?'Your name has been 'mentioned, too,
Mr. Bryan, as the candidate for the gov?
ernorship," added the reporter
"Ridiculous; you know that is ridicu?
lous," was the reply. "You can just
deny the whole story as to any combina?
tion. So far as I know there is nothing
in it. Of course I cannot speak for the gold
people as to what they will or will not do.
I have no doubt that so far as the Repub?
lican", are concerned that they would like
to enter into such an arrangement."
Mr. Bryan said further in the course of
a long and interesting conversation, that
he felt confident that the silver issue
would soon die out; that he was very
sorry that it was to be brought forward
so conspicuously in a purely State cam?
paign; that he wanted no quarrel with
ins Virginia friends, and that ho expected
to go on ndvocating the single gold stand
ard, believing that the people would come
around to his way of thinking before very
Eminently satisfactory to the Republi?
cans would be Mr. Bryan as a gubernato?
rial candidate, and he would,'in the event
that he permits the use of his name in
this connection, receive their united sup?
General Edgar Allan, who is in a posi?
tion to speak for the Republicans, was
seen by the reporter this morning.
"It is being said that Mr. Bryan may
be tin- candidate of the gold Democrats
for governor and I want to know what
the Republicans think of it," he was
?? That report first started when Mr.
Bryan announced that he could not sup?
port the Chicago platform," replied Gen?
eral Allan. "It was saiil then that Mr.
Bryan was laying his plans to get into
the governor's chair. I have frequently
heard the rumor since, bur I have never
attachid any importance to it. Mr. Bryan
is in my opinion just as good a Democrat
as lie o?*er was. He sticks to principles
mid is not after the offices."
"Will the Republican support a goldite
'?Yes, if the gold Democrats will not
support a Republican ticket "
??Will the Republicans vote for Mr.
Bryan if he is nominated:'"
"They would do so heartily."
General Allan intimated that be
thought that it would be an easy matter
for the holters and Republicans to get
together and m?ke a tight for 'the offices
next. fall. Ho was of the opinion that
the number of gold Democrats was
greatly under estimated by the regular
Democracy. He said that if the gold men
made nominations the Republicans would
j not. do so.
So f:'.r the plans of the Republican?
have not been perfected any farthei ii
tin y were suvoral months since when the
State made the announcement that the
prospects were that the Republicans
would allow the bolters to make-nomina?
tions and support their candidates. The
ltcpublicans profess not to care for State
offices, federal patronage being preferable
I und for which all are now scrambling.
LEE ON HIS METTLE.
He is Reported to Have Forced Dr.
Congosto to Retract Statements.
Havana, Cubn, (via Key West, Fla.,)
May 27.?There will be trouble over the
Rats investigation. In fact, there has
?Hsen trouble already. It will be set dqwu
in the future as an irritant In the rela?
tions between Spain and tbo" United
States,although President McKinley built
hope of another kind upon it.
In ten days the jolut commission, pt
which General Leo and Dr. Cougosto are
the heads, has had exactly one session,
which had little result beyond showing
General Lee and Mr. Calhoun how litt'e
they might expect. The delay has been
caused by Dr. Conuosto on the flimsiest
pretext, and the Spanish representative,
too. by talking recklessly about General
Lee and other consuls came within an ace
of bciug told that the American repre?
sentatives would have nothing more to do
with him personally or ofllcially.
It came about in this way: Dr. Cou?
gosto was In the Hotel Inglaterra waiting
to see General Lee, Mr. Calhoun and
others who were at dinner. Finding him
in the corridor, Mr. Fishback. secretary
of investigation, told him the Morgan res?
olution had passed the Semite. Dr. Con
gostn became unfitly excited and said
"This is the result of conspiracy by the
American consuls in this island, who
have agreed to send in reports at this
time of such a nature as to mis'ead their
Mr Fishback told all those at the din?
ner table how Spain's diplomatic repre
sentative had been talking, and there was
general indlgnaiton. After dinner Gen?
eral Lee called Dr. Comrosto aside and
said any allegation that there was a con?
spiracy of the consuls was a falsehood,
and he wished to know if Dr. Congosto
had been foolish enough to commit him?
self to such a statement. The general ad?
ded with such emphasis that the other
consuls reported directly to the United
States Government, and had never receiv?
ed any intimation from him as to the line
they were to pursue.
General Lee's friends say he was about
to tell Dr. Congosto that he [could have
no further dealings with him when the
doctor jumped up and said:
"I retract everything?everything. I
may have said something of that sort to
Mr. Fishback. but I was terribly excited
by this announcement that thp Senate
had passed the belligerency resolutions."
Genjral Lee i owed and withdrew.
MORGAN \ WRIGHT SUFFER.
Chicago, May 27.?A big lire started
this afternoon in the extensive pickle vin?
egar plant of Burg Bros., in the lock
hounded by Anna,".Carroll, May and Ful?
ton streets. The dames spread with great
rapidity and [[were fanned by a heavy
wind. Soon after the fire started the tire
factory of Morgan & Wright was found
to he in llnmes. Reports received at po?
lice headquarters state that several work?
men wert aeverely injured in the factory.
Nearly the 'entire block was destroyed.
Several private houses in the neighbor?
hood were destroyed. Six firemen who
fell with a ladder were severely injured.
The cause is jiot known; neither is the
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Orders by mail will be
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HASN'T SETTLED VET.
Chicago, May27.?Bradford K. Durfee,
late superintendent of the department of
insurance for the State of Illinois, has
not yet settled with the State. Ho left
his ollice May ?">, turning over t** his suc?
cessor all books, records anil furniture
appertaining to his ollice, holding receipts
from the State auditor, showing he had
paid into.the State treasury about a half
mi'lion dollars, cash income of his office.
Durfee in the four years of his office .run
short or withheld from the State over
DEFY THE LAW
Fort Scott, Kan., May 27.?J. R. Lord,
the assistant, superintendent of the Me?
tropolitan Insurance Company, of New
York, which the State insurance commis?
sioner ordered to discontinue business
in Kansas, to day received a letter from
Vice-President Fiske, of the New York
office. Instructing him to disregard Com?
missioner McVall's order and to continue
business at the old stand. The letter as?
serts'that McNall's action is entirely
without authority of law,
AN AUTHOR IN TROUBLE.
Washington, May 27.?Timayeuis. a
promiuent[Greek[author writcr.of history.
fiction and plays,was arraigned in the po?
lice court this morning on the charge of
sending obscene letters through the
mails. The arrest was made upon the
complaint of two other Greeks.
ANOTHER ,IOB FOR JAKE.
Cincinnati, May 27.?Jake Berkley,
who was recently released by New York,
was signed by Cincinnati to-day and will
cover lirst bag next Monday.
? KILLED BY AN ENGINE.
Buffalo, May 27.?Charles A. Backe, a
bowling expert, was killed by a Central
railroad engine to day in East Buffalo.
He -vas on his wi?y home from a match
game, stopped a moment on the track
and was struck by a backing [locomotive.
His body was cut in two.
THE FINAL REPORT.
Washington, May 27.?The tina! confer?
ence report on the sundry civil bill was
agreed ?o In the Senate, this'afterm >n by
a vote of 'A'l to 25,
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A Havana Newspaper's Advice to
THE UNITED STATES GOVERN?
MENT IS WARNED NOT TO
"MONKEY WITH* THE LION'S
ZTAIL"?THE CONSERVATIVE IN?
TERESTS OF THE COUNTRY ARB
PLAINLY TOLD THAT THE PA?
TIENCE OF SPAIN MAY SOON BE?
Havana, M??y 27.?El Diario de Iii Ma?
rina iu a leading editorial to-day.says:
"We see in the American newspapers evi?
dence that there are certain social classes
in the United States not sulliciontiy alive
to the importance of the advice, 'Don't
monkey .with the lion's tall.' These
classes are remarkable for the eagerness
with which they invade jurisdiction in
affairs which, like the Cuban war, are
exclusively the affairs of Spain.
"The persistency witli which they rec?
ognize the t>clligereney of the insurgents
is crazy and ridiculous. The important
conservative interests of the United
States should not forget that the pa?
tience of Spain may scon become ex?
hausted. The Spanish government baa
given abundant proofs of its good-will by
ignoring the man/ iuc?nvenieuces that
have oeen caused by resolutions in Con?
gress. Those Interested ought to bo
thankful to us for our abnegation. Wo
have su Gfcred. But in case the: sword
should bo unsbentheit Spain would cer?
tainly not be the heavist loser in the light.
"Spain has sent 200,000 men to Cuba to
settle a domestic difficulty.. What would
she not do in the event of |n foreign war
with the nation which fcr a century has
abused our natience by ignoring Spanish
honor and chivalry. President McKinley
should consider this carefully, anil if he
is to deal with us as enemies let him take
the advice of an ^euomy and no longer
trille with us."
It is officially announced that Gen. Cas?
tillo, the iusurgout loader, was seriously
wounded in the breast iu an engagement
which took place recently between bis
forces anil the Le Altaml Battalion. Fif?
teen insurgents were killed at the same
' Turned upon this shoo
'if; will not reveal a poor
gSspot in it. ?"fhe War?
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Spot Cash Money-Savers.
The Jury in the Case Promptly Acquits
Him of Contempt.
Washington, May 27.?Henry O. Have
meyer is free. Judge Brndley;this after?
noon granted the motion dismissing the
indictment against him for contempt in
refusing to answer questions put him by
the Senate committee ns to amount of
money contributed to local and State
campaigns by the sugar trust. P
?fudge Bradley said in his decision that
Ilavemeyer answered the questions put to
him in as well as ho was able and could
only instruct the jury to acquit. t
The foreman of the jury piomptly arose
and Ilavemeyer was acquitted.
The court then adjourned until to-mor?
row, wheu the case of John E. Searles,
secretary of the American .Sugar Refining
Company, will bo called.
Like Broker Chapman, who is now iu
jail, Searles was charged with refusing to
answer questions put to him by the Sen?
ate investigating committee.
THE ROBBERS ESCAPED.
Butler. Ind., May 27.?Three masked
men held up Farmers Young, Laird,
Keller and Pavue last night at Hamilton.
Young was struck in the breast with'a
stone and knocked unconscious. Payne's
head was b.-ully cut. The robbers escaped.
Washington,*May 27.?The President
and it portion of his Cabinet will leave
hero June 10 for the Tennessee centen?
nial. They will travel by the way of tho
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad and pro?
pose to view the battlefields of Virginia
and West Virginia enronte.
Forecast for Vlrglula: Fair Friday Id
eastern portions ami ?lioworit In western;
warmer; east to nest wind*.
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