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Reason Given for Eilyson Disaffec?
tion at Richmond.
HOW HE TREATED SOME OF THE
DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE OX
THE OCCASION OF MR. BRYAN'S
RECENT VISIT TO RICHMOND?A
LETTER FROM THE GRAND HIGH
PRIEST OF THE ROYAL ARCH
MASOXo OF VIRGINIA.
When Henry Clay Evaus captured
President McKinley at Chattanooga a
few days ago and whisked him oif to his
own residence, much to the chagrin of
the Hamilton county Republicans who
had donned their Sunday clothes and
gathered at tne Rend House to do homage
to the apostle of ".prosperity, he wns only
following a political precedent, establish?
ed in the city of Richmond. Some of tne
friends of Hon. J. Taylor Eilyson claim
that when he was turned down, so to
speak, by the Democratic city committee,
that h - was slain in the house of his
frietids. It seems that the committee
did rather have it in.for Mr. Eilyson, and
the reasoii for it has just leaked out.
Ou the memorable visit of William Jen?
nings Bryan to Richmond last fall, a 'ot
of the ward workers wanted to meet the
great leader at Petersburg and escort
him to the city. It came up in commit?
tee meeting. Mr.j Eilyson obected and
Bald Mr. Bryan had placed himself in his
bands and he was the man to meet. him.
The committee, howeve-, named seven
other gentlemen to'.do the honors, only
a few of them, however, being members
of the city committee. They went to
Petersburg and met Mr. Bryan. So did
Mr. Eilyson. When the party arrived at
Richmond Mr. Eilyson took the great
silver apostle, the seven' hacks belonging
to the committee and three of the seven
O? the escort, Mr. Marion L. Dawson,
Mr. Tom Murphy and Col. .lohn S. liar
wood, to his own residence to tea. The
others took street cars to the auditorium
and remained there supper less until after
the speaking. Mr. Eilyson also Intro?
duced the speaker. He then took Mr.
Bryan to the Jeffeson Hotel for bed imH
breakfast. That bed'and breakfast cost
the committee $17. This and a bill for
the hacks is all the. fun they got out of it.
They claim that Mr. Eilyson scooped In
everything else. They also claim that
Mr. Kllyson did not .take a very great in
terest in the election in the city as an as?
tute politician like him should do.
Ileurico county elected delegates to the
Roanoke convention yesterday. Twelve
of them are said to be for .Sir. Eilyson
anil eleven for Mr. Tyler.
Mr. Joseph I. Doran, of Roanoke is in
the city to day representing the Norfolk
and Western Railway before the State
board of public works.
There is trouble in the Masonic circles,
as the fallowing letter from Grand High
Priest John P. StelTner will show:
'?The Grand Chapter of the Royul Arch
Masons of the. Commonwealth of Va.
Olflce of J.P.Steffner.Grand High Priest.
'?Bristol, Va.. July 1, 181)7.
"To the Officers, Deputies, Represents
tives and Members ol this Sovereign
"A constituent member of this Grand
Chapter in good and regular standing
and agains t whom no moral objections
were raised, has been denied admittance
to a suboidinate chapter in Pennsylva?
nia, in violation of the reciprocal rights
guaranteed by the exchange of the Grand
"The matter has occasioned considera?
ble correspondence, with the result that
Pennsylvania curt'y informs us that no
amends will be made and tb.it they re?
serve the tight to admit only such mem?
bers as shall pass some certain tests im?
posed by then, and for a purpose and of
a chara'-ter unknown to our system of
capitular Masonry,'and peremptorily de?
clines our courteous request that they
give us assurance that each and every
constituent of this Grand Chapter will be
received and acknowledged without fur?
ther requirement than that they shall be
in good and regulnr standing and shall
be properly proven or vouched for as
Royal Arch Masons and a^e of good
"Now, therefore we, J. P. StelTner,
Grand High Priest of the Grand Chapter
of Boynl Arch Musons of the common?
wealth of Virginia, abiding by the an?
cient charges that the honor and interests
of this Grand Chapter and its members
should bo always near our heart and
standing by our oath to defend the ritihts
anil privileges of our royal craft at home
or when travelling in foreign countries,
and in pursuance of a* desire to secure
peace and harmony in our Grand Chap?
ter by preventing the Introduction of
strange doctrines among the workmen:
therefore, it is hereby declared that the
exchange of so called 'fraternal relations
between our trrand chapter and the
grand chapter of Pennsylvania do belie
their name Mid are a fraud upon our con?
sciences and subversive of the sublime
principles sought to be inculcated by our
order; therefore we hereby abrogate, can?
cel, sever, and set aside a11 or any further
fraternal relations or communications
with the Grand Chapter of Pennsylvania
and its constituents severally or Indlxid
ually, this edict to become effective at
once, and to continue until the said
Grand Chapter of Pennsylvania shall ac?
knowledge this Grand Chapter to bo the
only authority having power to prescribe
the actions of our members anil shall
cease to attempt to interfere In matters
that are wholly within the judgment of
this Sovereign Grand Body, and shall
consent to accept each and every consti?
tuent of this Grand Chapter without the
"And it is further ordered that the
representatives to and from the Grand
Chapter of Pennsylvania shall at once re?
turn their commissions to the Grand Sec?
retary from whence*received.
"And the High Priests of Virginia are
hereby required to deny admittance to
their several Chapters under all circum?
stances or conditions, to a Royal Arch
Mason of the Grand Chapter of Pennsyl?
?Anticipating your usual and prompt
and courteous attention, 1 remain
"J. P. STEKFNF.lv,
"Grand Hltth Priest."
Mr. 1'Hyson's :ui>q got in their work in
Manchester. At least it looks that way.
At a meeting of the committee last
night, a petition signed by several hun?
dred voters, accompinied by the expense
money, was presented, asking for a pri
*??ry. The pnsumption Is the city Is for
Tyler and a primary would elect Tyler
delegates. The party machinery Is con?
trolled by Ellyson men and the commit?
tee decided against the primary plan and
for ward meettugs. One of the com in't
tee, Mr. Hollidav, is a goldbue and
worked for McKinley last fall. He has
been asked publicly to resign, but he dis?
plays good staying qualities. If he does
not resign several of the other committee
men probably will do so and the corainiV*
tee will bo broken up.
Among tto Churches
Trinity--Public worship aud sermon
by the pastor, Kev. J. C. Jones at 11 a.
in.; sermon appropriate to Independence
Day. Subject, "A Nation's Privilege and
Responsibility.,: Evening subject, "Four
Little but W'se Things." Sunday-school
at 9::i(J a. m.
Greene-Memorial?At 11 a.] m. preach?
ing by the pastor, and sacramental ser?
vice; also now member* received by pro?
fession of faith or by letter. At 8 p. m.
a short sermon by the pastor. Epworth
League devotional nrrice at 7:80 p. m.
Sunday school at 0:30 a. m.
St. Mark's?'"he communion of the
Lord's supper will be ndminlsteied at 11
a in. At tho same service the last quar?
terly collection of the year will be taken
up. Service at 8 p. jm. Sunday-school
at 9:30 a. m. Young people's meeting at
7 p. in. All are welcome. Seats free.
United Urethren?In the absence of the
pastor, Rev. S. L. Rice, Rev. Wm.
Hedges will preach at the United Breth?
ren Church on Franklin road at 11 a. in.
and 8 p. m.
St. Paul's Refoimed.?Service by tho
pastor, Rev. Lewis Reiter, at 11a. m.
Subject, "Tho Blessings We Enjoy as an
American People." No service at night.
Sunday-school at 3 p. tu,
Sunday-school Union?The regular
meeting of the Baptist Sunday school
Union will be held at Calvary Church to?
day at 4 p.m. All tho Sunday-schools
are requested to be represented as mat?
ters of importance will come before them.
Calvary Baptist?Dr. Bronghton will
preach a special sermon to old people this 1
morning; subject, "The Glories of Old
Age." Old time music will be sung
without the organ. At night he will
preach to young people on "The Follies
of Youth." As a prelude to his sermon.
Dr. Bronghton will gi?e "his experience
before the police court, or tithiug niiut,
while neglecting weightier matters."
St. James?Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. by tho pastor,Rev. H. I. Stephens.
Morning subject, "An Important Ques?
tion;1' evening subject, ".Steps to Ruin."
.Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m. Stewards,
meeting on Tuesday evening at 8:30
Belniont?Rev. Thomas Reeves will
preach at Belmout M. E. Church at 11 a.
m. and 8 p. in.
Lee Street Church?Special Fourth of
July service a* Lee Street M. E. Church
at 11 a. m. hy the pastor, Rev. E. G.
Hutchinson. Subject. "The Source and
Development of Liberty." The pastor
will give the second in a series of Sunday
evening talks from our Lord's prayer at
8 o'clock, subject, "The Coming of the
Kingdom." Class meeting at 10 a. in.
Sunday-school at 2:30 p. in., II. F.
Grace Church?There w 11 The r reaching
at Grace Church at 11 a. m. and s p. m.
by the pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.
tu. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
First Baptist Church?At the First
Baptist Church there will be services at
11 a. in. an<' 8:15 p. m. The pastor, Rev.
Thomas J. Shlptnan, will preach at both
services. A full attendance of the mem?
bers of this church, especially those who
have recently been received, is requested.
At the evening service the ordinance of
baptism will be administered. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. in. A cordial welcome
Robert Moorman Mission?This Sun?
day school meets at Mel rose Hall on Park
street at :> p. m. Mr. W. R. Resser is
superintendent. All are cordially in?
Railroad Y. M. C. A.-?To day's service
will be a patriotic one. The meeting will
be held in Mel rose woods, n. w. Seats
have been provided for 500 people. Rev.
Dr. Bronghton will address the meeting.
Subject: "Chrlstian'Patriotis'm or Fourth
of July Considerations." In case of rain
meeting will be held in association room
on Twelfth street. Meeting commences
at 3:30 p. in.
The Conditions as Agreed Upon by the
Powers Announced Yesterday.
London, July 3?A dispatch from Athens
says the powers have aizreed upon the
conditions for Cretan autonomy, which
are as follows: "Christian governor is
appointed; an annual tribute is fixed at a
thousand llvres, commencing after five
years. Foreign troops are to remain on
the island pending the formation of indig?
enous militia under European officers.
The Constitutional Assembly will be
composed of an equal number of Chris?
tians and Mohammedans, and the grad?
ual withdrawal of Turkish troops."
CAVES UNDER REAL ESTATE.
Buildings Arc Tumbling in and Creating
Alarm Among Citi/.eus.
Chillicothe, Ohio, July 3.?Residents
iti the neighborhood of the supposed vol?
canic eruption ntar Balnhridge believe
they have 1 fathomed tho cause. It has
been known for years that there is a
cavernous formation in that locality, and
the belief is that these caves are falling
in. There has never been any thorough
investigation to ascertain their extent.
The inhabitants are still apprehensive of
"TAMMANY IS SURE TO WIN."
So Mi. Richard Croker Says, and He
Will Be Sachem.
London, July 3.?The Associated
Press is informed on rtliable authority
trat Mi. Richard Croker assures his
friends here chat ho has virtually made
up his mind to return to New York intime
to manage the Tammany campaign for
next autumn's elections, lie i.- in con?
stant cable communication with the
Tammany lenders, anil taking tin active
part in arranging the preliminaries!
"Tammany is sure to win," he said to?
day to a well known New York politician.
"The tariff billwillgo in force too late t>>
help business this year, while the reform?
ers and the Republicans will not be able
to establish a harmonious alliance, if, in
tleed, they establish any at all. 1 would
not return im>\v unless I expected Taui
many to win."
Dou't Toltnrro S|iM and Smoke lour Lire Away.
To <jnlt tobacco onslly and forever, be ma-,'
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Sterling Ucmcdy Co., Chicago or New York.
If any oue had dared to make the asser?
tion that there con id ever be in Roanoke
a week so thoroughly devoid of auythlng
whatever in the way of social happen?
ings- that persou would havo been told
to "Go to."' There has been absolutely
nothing. Good clothes are mouldering
away in hot closets and the toes of patent
leather shoes 'are curling up from the
very want of exercise. It will not do.
Something must be done and that light
soon or there will be an exodus for other
parts that will mnke it impossible. It
may be that the patriotism of our people
has prompted them to bottle up their
energy for the glorious Fourth and that
after the usual lire works in the back
yard are over and the parade has gone by
they will return to their wouted state of
sociability and call in a tew of the neigh?
bors. The neighbors are willing enough;
It is only necessary for some oue to do
Fishing parties seem now to be the or?
der of the day. It is comforting and
pleasing to know that the Fourth is goiug
to be celebrate'1. Different people choose
differeut methods of showing their re?
gard foi their country's greatest event.
Some preter to stay at home and mnke a
big noise and let the world Know that
they are patriotic, while others are satis?
fied to go quietly away trom the haunts
of man and in a modest and uuobtrusive
way do their celebrating on the banks of
some cool stream, while the colored boy
baits the hooks, pul's out the fish and
takes care of the ic.
Some one la speaking of the big times
recalled by the occasion of the Fourth
said: "Yes.we bad the finest place in the
State to fish; the boy got the bait, put it !
on the hooks, poled the boat, attended to |
the ice bucket, removed the corks, caught
the lish and cleaned them, all for twenty- !
five cents apiece. "Well, what did you
do:'" was asked "Oh, we bad the boy
take- off our shoes and we sat in the boat
and let our feet hang In the water. That
was what we call llshiug." And it was
not a fish story.
* ' *
Swimming has come back into style
again "Norwich Reach" affords much
sport in this direction and is being patron?
ized extensively. Improvements in the
way of bath houses might be"niade and
probably will be by next seasou. Were
it not for those whose inquisitiveness ren?
ders them prone to ask embarrassing
questions the pleasure "of these swim?
ming parties would be unalloyed.
Mr. Phil. Brown, of Rlue Ridge, has
expressed his willingness to [grant the
use of his ball room and music on Friday
evening, .Inly 9th, and a german will be
gotten up for that evening. The pros?
pects for the german club are quite en?
couraging. Thrjsf who have joined will
be asked to meet at as eat ly a date as pos?
sible to elect officers and appoint commit?
tees. The german at Rlue Ridge will be
in their charge and regular rules looking
to its conduct will be drawn up and en?
forced. It It hoped that this will give
these germ an s a salutary impetus and at
the same time render them more easy to
A very pleasant little picnic, w.-is given
at Coyner's on Friday evening. It is a
delightful place for such things. Those
who went were Miss Lu'u Terry, Miss
Beckenbaugh, of Hngerstown; Miss Pal?
mer. ,'Miss Rorer, '.Miss Grillin, of Bed?
ford; Miss Massie, Miss McClanahan,
Miss Botts.Mrs. Allen and Messrs. Kent,
Reid, Bell, Van Lear, McClanahan,
Handy. Penn, Saumlers "and Miller.
Miss Jennie Henderson, of Florida,
who visited iu [Roanoke last fall, will be
married in Tallehassee about.the middle
of this month.
It Is rumored that one of the most in?
teresting weddings scheduled for the very
near future in Roanoke has been post?
poned until September. There is, bow
ever, consolation in the thought that
?'There are others."
COOPER BRATS BALI).
World's Record Equaled in the Half Mile
Racine, Wis., July li.? In the national
circuit races, under the auspices of the L.
A. W., here Jto day, Tom Cooper won the
half mile open professional. Eddie Bald
being but a foot behind, Arthur Gardner
coining iu third. The time was 1:00 4 5,
and equals the world's record. Fred
Hicks, of Bay City, went a quarter mile
paced by a triplet, in 0:854-5,beating the
State record. The one ini'e professional
was a dead heat between C loper and
Bald, Merten coming in third. Time,
:()-"> :i 6. This was by fnr the most exciting
race nf the day.
SUFFOLK JAIL ESCAPE.
Two Desperate Prisoners Dig Through a
Stone Wall With Stove ijegs.
Suffolk. Va , July Ii.?With tour feel
of brick and mortar between them and
liberty, two desperate men to day escaped
from the county jail about li! o'clock.
They were Joe Smith, alias Archie
Wright and Willie Hides, who were held
on several charges of store burglary. The
men with no other implement than stove
legs made an apertuie through the second i
story and then dug through the Inclos?
ing wall. A sheriff's posse of twenty
men, heavily armed, have been scouring
the .surrounding countiy all afternoon j
DETERMINED TO MARRY.
A Young Virginia Couple Will Outwit
the Obdurate Father.
Richmond, July ?William Edward
Tiilley and Miss Lizzie Blaylock are de?
termined to get 'married. The father of
the young man, who is just twenty, and
don't want to wait a year, persists in his
refusal to allow a license to be issued, so
the couple have decided to elope on Sun?
They will go to Norfolk on the excur
-ion and next day drive over into North
Carolina, when the nuptial knot will be
tied. The girl's parents favor the mar?
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quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect
BHtisfactionor money refunded. Price 35
ci nts per box. For sale at Massie's Phar?
macy, 100 Jefferson street, Roanoke.
P.reakfast, '20 cents; dinner. '-"> cents":
supper 25 cents. Meal ticket-' f4. J.
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Millions of men who are dally "tobacco
Spitting and Smoking Their Lives
Away," will he glad to learn that the
makers of No-To-Bac, the famous guaran?
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over lUO.COO tobacco users in the last few
years, have put on the market a fifty cent
package of their great remedy. This will
give every tobacco user a chance to test
No-To-Bac's power to control tho desire
for to'Mcco iu every form aud at the same
time be benefited by No-To-Bac's nerve
strengthening qualities. Every tobacco
user should procure a fifty cent box at
once from his druggist 01 order it by
mail. Yon will be surprised to see how
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disappears. Any reader can obtain a
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the Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or
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