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ALEXANMMA, \ A. NATTKDAY BVENING, 8EPT. Wii.i.um BUins, ji . one ol tbe leading republican atate coiuroittee MM-ii of New Vork. i ued a .-l.ile meiit last nigbt, in whieh he doelare. that "hysteria has iiui rn.l throtigh out this eoui.lry." and thal tbe tion lo be de, id.d at the ooming repub In-.ii. rtate eoineiitioi. ai Baratoga ia "whether ihe republican party aill fight the disease or BUCCUmb m lie interest of politictana aeeking oilice o temporary aeelaiin." The ehaiaiter of Ihe reeeiit addreaaea ol Theodon Koosevelt in the wt-t. Mr. Harnes says, "has startled all tbougbtful men and llllpliaaad them with ihe frightful danger whieh lies in bia political as eendeiiey." When he talkid f/ith Roosevelt after ihe meeting lhal BB leeted Vice President Slieiinaii as le.n porary ehairinan of the convention over the, former president and learned his attitule toward "pubfic mattera,' Mr. Harnes aaya be t..ld Rooaevell that he lievel ei.uld ha\e VOt*d foi him. Herr Ledel. :. s,,,i:ili-;t meiii her of the (ieriiian Eteichatag, wbo 013 Wedneadaj. at the aeaaion ofthe in temational aocialisl rougreea ??. Copen h.tc.eii made an attack'u]. Rooaevelt, calling him :. "political druii.mer." and shamel him for joining "the British rulei> againal Egyptian pa triots," again returned lo the attaek yeaterday. Former Preaidenl I. Velt's defellse nf Blitiafa llde ill eeltaill parts of the world, aaid Hen I bonr, would make 1-i.iiiklin. Lincoln, or Waahington aahamethal he waa .. representative ?.f tbe greal demo nation. The . \ pn aidenl ii alowly but surely ptirring np borneu neala, and the deiennination of bia former alliesto cbeca his anppoaed political aa eendency is beooming more pronounced daily. ____??--???? Eviwm i- thal Bngland i- facing the inosi serions upriaing "f her coloti ial history baa ei'ioe to lighl in Ihe discovery ?>f beadquartera, in the city of I'aris, nf a group of lml; in plotters who s.ek to ovcrtbroa English rules in India. Under the mythical name of ' .Madaim Cam.i." the or gani/atinii ia Bending oul its communi cations, one of arhich fell into the hands ofthe authoritier today. Simi larrevoliitioiiaiytrroi.ps are in li.-iliu and tieiieva, the thre working in per feet barmony. Th ? corhmunication sets forth the delei niinaticii of ihe leaders ofthe movemenl to Bghl lo the death. to uae d> namiie. eni l. le graph wirea, derail traina, elc, in order to hn-ak up Britiah rule. "HOBflU akirtitia," claimed ita firal vietim early today when Miaa fdarion stone|was takentoa N> a JTork Hoapital w.th an ugly wound in her head. Hiai si.ine i- a lady <>f the chorua aml wore a very nun'li hobbled hobble skirt. Bbe had a snppcr ongagomi m after last night'a performnnce. lu a iiioment of forgetfulneei -lie tried to walk natnrally down tln ataira from the dtaaabig room, aml fell, landing nii he. head. The physieians fear e n russion of the luain. ' Oowa_-aauii Niti'iivM. ol Califor nia, iu a lelter to 11. 1'. Ilairis, of the i-ongressional committee, announcoa that in the evelit of his le-elei'tioli lie will not vote for Mr. Cainmii for six-ak erofthe House. "I have no persoiial ft-eling against Bpeaker Can??on, Mr. ffaedbani, "bul I ainceroly helieve that it is to tln- beal intereats "f tbe repuhliean- that a change in ihespeak ership be made." One by one the roses fall AnOMBBB'S tiimin Richn.1 on Thuraday Ued an mvoliintary petition in bankrupt. v in tln fjnited S Dietriot Oourt. The aaaeta -.f the Brm were plaeed it I 56, and the liabilities at 188,969.14 A pluniher failed' What iieM ' Roosevelt'i I'.nilnrsemciil <>t Taft. EaotM CUy, Ia., spt. 8 - Th< Rooaevelt today endoraed the poeition of lYowfJonl Taft iii the matter of a tariff eoniiiiission to a niass meeting here. The eiidorseineiit was included in a speech praising Seiiator Pollivet. of Iowa: BajpreaentatireHubbard a.ul Representative Maitin. of Bouth Dakota. Roosevelt included the mavi inuni and minimuin feature and tln Thillipine provision of the tariff bill as vteps in the right diredion. He m dorsed Taft s ideas for a tariff OOm mission and approved Taft'a interpre tation of UMCommi-rion's powei He aaid. howevrr, that the tariff board waa not a commissinii He coupled bia ideas with one i>f rJeftator Dolltver'a, nnd approved the latter'a amendmenl for a genuine tanff eoiiimissi,m. Thia ia the tirst tinie 00 the w.siein ti ip that Rnoaeveh has Boaotidned 1'resi dent Taft. Meeting? of the detnocratic eentral and exeeutive committeee will be held in Riehn.ond on S< pteinh r 13, at 8 o'flock ftt night. FIU)M WASHINGTON. I Alexandria Oazettel The C.-nsii- I'.iireau this afternoon announced tbail the preaanl popuhv uon ,-f Fhiladelphia is 1,649.008. Thia ahowaan increaae of 286,811 or 1*1.7 per eeiil. Allhollgh Fhiladelphia h..l.l iis piaee as ihe third city m the I'niie.i state- i.v a anjde mergin, tbe olage <>f inerease is not so great 1 ,,f manj other bag cittea pre vi..u-i> announced. Pittehurg'a in waa 31.8 per cant and Scran !oll s was 27.3 pelc.llt. !,, ,1 by hearl diseaseand poison ed bya physiciah's hypoderraic oaedle, I.. |>. Inderwood, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, emerged from a boapRal to? day aml atarted bome, dechuing tben was ,?, luck in Washington for him. WbHewalking on New Vork avenoe last Bunday, be auffered a fainting apell, .aiised hy a weak beart. An ambubtnce waa oaBed, an.l a hoepital physieian who came with it, gave Underwood an injection of atryehnine before laking him to ihe Fmergency llo-piial. lie was removed next day I,, anotber hoapiul, wbere be reoovered iiuickly fromthe beari troubla. Tben m thal had been punctured by ,l?. phyaician'a needle began to awell from Ihe eff.cl of blOOd poisolimg k ,,, ,.ii daya ii threatened aariona ? ...11.-.- and only after eeveri suffcring h< aurvived thedanger. The appointment <>f Dr. ?)? A. Holme* as h.ad of new hureall of ml,,,- bj Preaidenl Taft cauaed great Kiirpriae herc and was g.nerally 80 ecple.l l...la\ as a direcl indication thal the iiiilueii.e of Seci.-tary Ballinger wilh the preaidenl is waning. Bal linger waa bitterly oppoaed to Holmea and oflieiab bere say 1l1.it lns appoint ,,,,.ni , .111111,1 be interpreted other than a dired rebuff for tbe Becretary of the interior, ma-mii.li .1- the hureau of niiuca i n Huliordinate hureau of tbe Deparlm.-nt of the Interior. Bolmca was well-known to be one <>f tbe wl. Ballinger declared be WOltld "kill'' and to have a 'siiake" elevated to one of the moal importanl in tbe departmenl ia a abock to the Ballfbgei men. Aa a friend of Ltifford Pinchol and Jamea R. Gnrheld, Holmea baa been identified with the oppoaition to Ballinger tbrooghoul Ballinger-Pincbol oontroveray, though he took 00 aetive part in it. -.. Otia Siniih, director of tbe Geologieal Burvey, and oonatanl friend of Ballinger, waa placed lemporarily al , ?| 0f the new bureau, al Ballin . -i, and Siniih in tiirn placed tician K. W. Parker in obarge of the work. Parkei has gone ahead with tbe organization and the general , vpeclatioii here was thal he would be iiuide the permanent ehief of Ihe ,,. Dr. Holmea baa been ehief ,,f the t.ehliologieal hraii.h of the : gurvey and in thal capacity 11 linate ofGeorgeOtiaBmith. Holme- has co.idie.teilpiacticallymuch ,,r the w.,rk that baa been done by tbe governmenl in a mioodiaaater inve.-u lle had tbe Bupport of the iniiei.-' uniona. Wi.l.ling. London, Bept. 8. The marriage ol Mis* Gladya Korena, youngeel hU'i of Richard C. Kei Btatea ambaaaador al Vienna, toGeorge II. Colket, of Pbiadelphia, took plice today iu tbe Church of Sl. .lohn the F.vangelist in the village of II, rona Qhyl, Buaeex. After tbe weddina Ihe party motored to the hoim of Edward Dudley Kenna, wbere a wedding breakfaal was aerved, Am bjisaador Kerena and his wife came from Vienna for tbe wedding. Tbe honeymoon will be apenl in Holland an.l olher partaof the continent Waahlngtonlan <<its llis Throat. Pittaburg, Bept 8. Claaping the photograph ?.f a beautiful woman lighl to his hi.ast. Ml.ert S. Kinker, ,f Waahlngton, l?. C, who had ap plivd for a mghi's lodging at the I'eiin. avenue polioe station, waa f,?n?| iu a c.ll eailv todaj wilh bi throal cut Rinker was removed to a bospital, where In- condition ia aerioua. Wli.-n h.- appeared at the polioe station h? aaid he had walked from Braddock, I'a.. an.l was tired. The I'.ml ..1 IMiilippine UprMng. Ifanila, Bept ". Tbe arreal of simeoii Mandac, leader of the lat st Pliilippine upriaing, pul an and U> the j|| MaiT.-d revolt Meiidac wascapturcl l,y th,. , oii-ial.ulary while he was . , ,1 in a farmhouse. He will DOW turned t<> priaon t.> aerve the re niaiiiilir <.f hia loiirteeo year aentence fOr munlei Bix of Mandae's lieutcli ailta w.ie al-o aiicsled. They colisli luted lieaily his w hole force on the linal day of th } pursiiit, the 500 men that he atarted oul with having fled m bunchea when the ehaae became hot The Newfimndland Waherlea IMapete. Toroiito, Bept 8.?A cablegram re? ceived bere today atated thal tbe de ,-isioti 111 the Ncwfoundland ti-herie -,. will be given hy Tbe Hague tribunal on Wedneaday after.>n next. H ,. predicted her.- by tboae who have clo-ely foBowed the arguroent and who are believed t.. be on tbe inside" thal the decbrioo will favor Gre.il Britain in the anawer to aeven qucstions, Pteaaaahtp Btaroa at *ca. Boston, S'pi. 8. - Wireless dispa'ches received at tbe offioe of tbe White Star line bere today tell of tbe burning at ihe fn ighl ateamer Weet Poinl .Cbarleeton.B. C. Tbe .me from the Devonian, of ? \ i.iiol line, an.l rimpty aaid tbe ,in had rearned 18 of the yVeal Point'a crew. There was no atate wbetber life had been loat Mala and Hobbed. Mobile, Ala., Sept. 3.~I(obert Tur 111 ?!) inerchant. was found miir 1 room adjoining his store Robbery was the motive, v and poods having beeu takeii. iBailag H.oit. ton, Ohio, Bept 8.?Oantonmin ' tbe Y. M. C. A.. and city offlcialfl have 0080 extended an in n t.. watch three Inixing b?>uts mhv I. are t" I" h. Id in the city audi toiinm Monday night imder the BtU ,.f th.- Btandard Athteric Qub. The gueata will he provided with aaaai at the ringsi.le, and are e\[?-cted to aet t;eorget<>K>J WUeat Market.. ,. d c s;,,,t. 3-wheatWalOO |.iMiki.i_ lor a I . ;oli i. Atlanta. <-a. Spt. -.'.?The oppmv BOteof Hoke Smith in the raee foi j:o\ - ernor are loaking for a leader today fol lowing tbe aenaattonal leeaea at the Auditorium last night. wlu-i. Tbomai E. Watson was driv.n from tln- stage by boota aad jeera when be bagaa ai Bttaoh Smith. It wa- atated today thal Watson would nol he I i?aiidiih.le. Tln is iii a political tiiriiii.il over the affair last night. and ihe eampaign proi.n to produee aome ex< iting faatarea. The anti-Smilh eleiii.-nt prediet- thal a stnmg deinoerat will l-e pul fotward to oppose Smith in the general eleetion. The uproar at the auditorium was started by Smith men. bul it was tak. n up by a large portion of the 5,000 peraona in tbe audienea. Walaon fainted as he left tbe platform, but quickly rccovered. President l>a\es Bererlj loi CfeJeagB. Beverly, Mass., Sept. 8.?PUnning to review the I.ahor Day parade at St. PaulMooday and later toaddreaatbe Coiiservatioii Coi.gress, J'resiileiit Taft left here this aflernooii in his private ear. He will arrive in Chieago at 9 o'ciock tomorrow night and an hour ltt? will eontinue tO St. I'aul, airiving there at 9 o'eloek Moinlay mornitig. The preaidenl will havea bueydas tliere, as following bia review of ihe parade. he is to lunch wiih the governora of the states who are in atlendaiiee on - the i-ongress and a eon.n.ittee of the olli Cfabj after whieh he will deliver his forma! addraaa. He will leave for Beverly late Monday night World's Keronl I'llgl.t. Bordeaux, Bept., ?"-.- A new world's reeord for aeroplaiu- apeed ill e.intimied llight was made today bv Rielovucie, who arrived here after a 862 niih trip from laay, a Paria anburb, baving made the diatance in 6 boura and 49 minutee. He lefl laay Thuradaj and Ih-W without a Btop to Orlean-. Tln nextetage waa from Orleana to Chat" eilerault. From tbere be flew lo Angouleme, arriring at tbe latter plaee last eveliing. The tlip wai made withonl a mishap of any snrl. 1,'i. k>1 iie.e prOVing one of the eleVensI of the hig army of Freiieh ariatora. He used a VoiaOO ln-|ilaiie. The BtrtkC ii. l-'.iiglaiid. Newea-ile on Tyne, Kng., Sept. 8.? Fifty four thousand boilei makera are locked oui today by the BhipbuiMera1 Employera' Federation, and ii i peeled that at le.'isl 100,000 Wolkll.cU in allied tradea will be thrown oul <?( nmploymeul temporarily, The feileratioii ollieials deelare the 'jckoul will be enforced until ironclad gtuuranteea are given thal tbe boili r makera will adhere to tbe 1909 agree iiieut. alleged breacli ol whieh broughl oll the lookOUt, The lockoul is regarded as n beavy blow al laboruniona aml a atriking il liistratinn of the growing dlainclinatioD of Britiefa union laboren to obey tlu-ir leadera. Tbe atrike wbich broughl on the loekout was againsl. l'ie advice ol the lahor leadera. To I?ass Thnuigli U'hlrlpool RapMa. Cleviland, Sept. ."..- Preparationaare being made today fur a puhlie exhtbi tioii of tbe little power boal wbich ita builder, Claui Latasn, will attempl lo drive thiough Whirlpool Kapjds. Ni agara river, on Beptember 17. The crafl is l> feel long, with an eight-fool iwo-iiieh heam. and develops onlv eighl boraepower. The bull is oonatructed ol apecially aeaaoned <?ak, beavily nveted. I.ln\?l (. Griaeoaa l-'inrd. Bridgeport, Conn., Sept. 8.?Lloyd C. (iri.-eom. formei ambaaaadoi lo Italy, and elose p<illt n:il frielid of Rooaevell .in,] Taft was lini .1 $15 and ooxta to day by JudgeCarl Foater, for reckleaalj driving hia automobile la.-t Baturday. special Of&cer Clifford Qorgaa, awore Qriacom ran his machine 80 milea an hour. The former amliassidm leati lied fha! he was not driving reek|.-s|y. ludge Foster found (irisrom guilly up ..ii theground that the machine driven hy him was not equipped will. a apeed meaaoring derice, and be could nol therefore eatimate bia apeed aocurately lerdiit of Naraer in ti.?- i-irst Degree hovingstoii. Va., Sept. .'t. ? Ciiihy ol inurder iii the tirst degree was the v.-r diet returned today by the Jury in the ease of John Mome, ch.irged wilh k.ll ing Frank Howl afra. Bixie Howl, widow of the murdered man, waa joint |y indicted with lioore and. as Mi.i.ie ? to be ealled :us a witness in her Irial. bia aentenoe waa auapended. Thatrial <,f Moore lasled jusl one week. Wiiiii.iii .liniipv liinii a Ti'.iin. PhUadelpbu, Bepi 8.?Mi-s Louiee Klla Hofman, a pafaengeroti train Wo. iL'from Cleveland, O., jumped oul "f the ear window from her herlh today. Her body was foand al HilN.de, fifty miles west Of Altooiia. M)MIN\TION GIVBN TO VOIM.. After a atormy meeting yeaterday afteraooa tbe democratk exeeutive committee of tbe Becond tongrantional district as was BXpected by a strict party vote. awarded William A. Young the cerliiicate of nniuinatioti for Con gress over Harry L. Maynard, the present presciitative and Young'.sjop ponentin the primary of AugOBl 88. Young was stipported hy Chairnian C. Fenton Day, A. C. Crotnwell and Oeneral W. w. Bale. OolooeJ J. E. West and Dr. F. B. Hopc voted in op imsition. Y'liing's ollicial in'ajo.itv aaa declared lo be 46, It was tir-t decided hy the coinniittoc that botfa candidates should sign an agrcemeni pledging theniselves to _bkk by the deeaaon of the oommittee, with right of appeal to the itate oo-anaittee. Counael for Maynard refnaed to fign and [naiated thal Ihe electtoo in cer tain precincta be toveatigated. Cries of "Boiter" from YottOg'a friends followed ihe aniiouuceiiieiit hy Maynard s counsel that the matter M left tO the voters of the district. Maynard made no formal statement followiug the action of the cominittee. luit may run indep^-ndently. in whieh evenl Kumiile. repabticaa, will pro hably he eltvted. Miss Mareiida I^-ryl Manml beOBflM the wife of Mr. Bobett Lee Sowera, of Warren eounty. at the Methodist Epis copal Church at Stepher.s City Thurs day evening, CARIHXAL IN MOXTltKAl, Papal l>g?tc CiDen an I'.nthustaatlr Kereption Hearty Ollirial Wclo.iiic bj Prelatesand ONiriaK ,.l tfu-ntv. Montreal, S-pt. 8.?Wilhin lOOynidJi ofthe apot wbere Itaiaonneova knetl in 1642, and with a soleinn high mass . laim.-d all Of "Tbe Norlh" for Franee. Cardui.il Vin. . n/.o Yanniitelli papal legate to tbe Bt* Yiri-tie Cngrcss. l.md e.l from Ihe steam. . I.ady (ir.-y this afi> rnooii and WM .nthusiastieally BC clainied. A- the cardinal bowc.l and l.ared his head.the.hn of cheering and of , nging hells was mingled with the deep boom of Le GfoaBourdon.tbe tbirteen toli hell in the stcepl-- of the Cathe dral. A- he walked slowly down the gang plank of Ihe steamcr his emiii.nce. who was garbed in his robCB of state, was greeted bjr l>r. Jamea Queriu, mayor of .M.nitreal. who preseiitcd him With an Bluminated adkfreaa, extending tbe freedom of the city. After shak ing banda with a fejw mvRad gi the cardinal and his j.arty were eOCOiH edtotbe waRing cajTiageeanddriven through loug lim- of p.-ople Io the arcbbiabop'a palaee, wbere he will re main during his stay as the gin -I o' Monaignor Paul nVuebaai The ofBcial welcoine Ol) hehalf of thi eommittee arranging the F.u.-haristic Congre-s lugan early today at Three Rivera, when- the l-ady <irey made a landing. The cardinal. aecompanied hy Cardinal Logue, piuuate of all Ire land; Monsignor Tampteri, of Bome; Canon Gauthier, Ifonaignof Bn* an.l Hoo. L 1*. Brodeur, Oanadian minisier of inarine. was welcomed at ihe wharf hy ihe inayor of Three Bivera; Monaignor Cloutbier, biabop ol Three RiveiH, an.l a d. legatioti of the elergy dtstrict After an exebangeof felicitalions. the cardinal was driven Io the Cathedral, when- maaawaa cete brated. The party remained on ahore an bour and thejoumey araareaumed I.. Montreal. Theaec.I "top araa made al Borel, The cardinal and hi- escort did not di , inhark, bere, bul welcomed Ifonaignoi Bernard, bfebop "f St. Hyacinthe, and bia elergy and the mayor an.l .i\i| ollicials in the main BbJo MJI ol the I.nlv Grey. Aaal Three l>i\.rs an illiimi iiat.d addi.-s from the miinicipality was preaented. It had Im-cii planned, toempbaaise the f.ni lhal the Euchariatic Con i welcomed by Proteetantf aa well bj Catholi.s. io bave tbe escort iu tba citj compoeed <?f tbe Duke ..f Y :k ' Hussars. a I'rotestanl eavahy reginieiil. and the Fr.-n, h Canadiaii Calholi regimeni Carabintor kfonl Royal, bul the militia deparlmenl at ihe la.-i iiioineiit prohibited ihe troopa pai ticipating. It was explained thal no di.-. ouii.-y was [ntended, l>ut thal there exiatel no precedeotfbr anch a parade. Jnsle:.d of tbe . avahy escorl, iheicfore. a ilelail of 111.?i1111.-.i Mo'i ireal polioe aurrounded th.- perriagea coiitainiiig Ihe distiiiguished gw Thia evening in tbe city ball, a publk reception will he beld in hooor of tbe disliiiguished visitors. Baltimore, Bept '?'?? ?Oardlnal 0U> bona today completed arrangement lo allend the tweiity-Iir-l anniial Fu.hari li.- CongTMM, whieh will open in Moii treal nexi Tueaday. His emineno aecompanied hy Biabop Denb J. O'Connel, auxiliary biabop ..f Ban I lancisco: BeV. Williain A. Ilusstll, of Washington, and BeV. Carroll Milhol l.-tnd, ..f this city, will leave Baltimore on Wednes.lav nioriiiiig. The car.h nal'a party will arriva in Wea York in ihe afternoon. At I'coll in the eoning the disliiiguished . huiehinen will board aprivate t*r, placed attbe dkmoaalof the cardinal hy President I.. F. Loree, ,,f ihe Delaware and Hudaon Bailroad, an.l former preaidenl ..f the Baltimore an.l Ofaio. This ear will eonvey tbe party to Montreal. Cardinal Gibbona will take an aclivc parl m the ; roe.ed inga of the congreaa. As was tbecaae last yeai al Ihecngiess held ui Lon don. Ihe aermonof Cardinal (iihlH.ns will he one ofthe striking features of tlie assemhlage. I'p"" his retiirn to Baltimore, Cardinal < ohhoiis will receive Cardinal Vinceiuio \'einuitel!i. en\.,v extraordinary >.f Pbpe Plua X. itiih Hewlywaaaa aa iiurro. Ilt Vernon. Ind.. Bept .".. Mounted 00 the mayor'a burro and aecompanied by a yellmg ehaiivaii party, h.a.le.l by Mayoi Moell.r, Mr. and .Mis. Homer Licbtenberger were paraded over tbe -lie.-ts of ihe city at iiiidnight. The couple ran away last week and were -nielly inarried. Th ?> hecanie ac qtiainted when Licbtenberger anawered a note whi.h tiie young lady ihrew into th.- river in a bottle. A band of . n ihu-iasi- aurrounded tbe bdnee, foreed the door, and pulled the newly-weds from uoder the bed. The mayor'a burro waa l.-.l to the atepe, First tbe bridegroom and tben tbe bride were placed on tbe animitl'a back, an.l tbe areird proceaaion began through tbe ttreeU The mayor yanked -hvers of inu-ic ont ..f a corn.t, while OOwbfllla and pana added t.? the noise. When n.ai the city him!.- the burro hii.ked and the bride and Iu idegrooin had to walk bome. Iwaa .ill-'at Mrn. i;.,-i.s.pt. .*?.?Four bandred tona of fat men in packagea ofaboutSOO poudda eacb, an- arrivmg in Bootoa t" day. No package of less than 800 poiuids is oounted. There are in New England about 2,700 BOlM citi/ens, whose weight?900 pounda and over?entitle them to memlxTship in the Ntw England Fat M.iis' C'hih. Today the mi.l-suminer .oiivcntion of the organiiaHonbegtaa, and for the next three days several hundred cheerful and well DOorisbed L'.-nileiiien will inake merry with ban queta and excursions in and ahout the Hub. The preseiit holder of the heavy weighl lit'e is Artluir H. Moulton, of Portland, Me., who weighs 489, and wbom his rivals gru.lingly coiieed. to be qnjte chnbfary. Keport llenled. St. Joaapb, Bab., Sept. 3? Tbe re port sent out from omaha yeaterday by a news agancy that cheera f..r I leiit Taft w.re given hy the erowd that BOTroaoded Boosevell'i priyate ear bere on Thursday is vigorously de nied hy those who were preaent. Tlie crowd was LttetetOUa that Ro<?eveli come out and addre?s them, and made a lot of noise. but there were no ehearj for Taft <l>\SILSHOTONL\ TRAIN Snanish t'onsol at l.lbnon AMaoninatfd on a Train t'roin l'ari? to Londnn. >'ew York. Sept. ."?.?News was re eeived today by Petet Mesa, a Bpanjah studenl at Colunabia Univeraity, that his father. Fernaado Mesa, the Spanish e.iii-ii! at IJarmn, and fornierly a nieni hei uf the Sp.uiish cmhassy at Wash ingtoii. was assa-sinated last Tuesday while aboaid a train from I'aris to Ijcnt .liiii. The assassination, the son sa.d. \\a~ due to his falher's allegiance to the Spanish governniei.l in it- di-pute with Ihe Yatnaii Two men ipproBcbed ICeea on the train. One carried a revolver, COVered hy a handkerchief, similar f.i the man ner in whieli Czolgos/., the assassin of I'lesi lelll Mck'illley, conce.'lled llis weapoii. When wilhin a few feet of Mesa, the assassiu fired twiee, Imth shot.s taking effect. The __N__ifl and his confederate wen- captnred. The delay in tran.-initting the news to young Mesa was due lo the eahle , i ii-..rship in 1'ortugal Mesa received tho sad news from l>oth his hrother in Liabon, and his sister in LoodOQ. He Htiled for li'ime today on the steamer llaltic Fernaado Mesa retamed to Bpain from Washingliii) ihe latter parl nf July. He was a man ofgreat wralth aml owned leveral sugar plantatiooa in i'i?l?a. H<- had nine cbifdren, the youi.gest of whoni was DOTfl in thia country. l'eter Mesa is 18. An aunt of the boy is now in a New York bOB pilal. and Mesa was af.aid tln- news of the death of his father would DfOVe futal In her. Th. Spanish legatiooal Washington is taking an BCtive iiiterest in the case, aml a re|.reseiitative came U) New York today lo OOnfer wilh Mesa. BOOK COMTBACW VMIA 111. BIONBD. I'ul.lieati.i.i yesterday iimrnmg of ihe seltlelliellt of the lligll School hook situation through an agreeinenl he iween Judge William F. Rhea, of the Btate Corporaiion Commaaton, aml the attorney geoeral'a office, aa told hy the I'ime- Dispatch, CBMBed general salis faciion among th. intereated. The Departmenl of Public [natruction at niice got into conimuiiiiatioii wilh th I epreselil.lt ives of hnok pllhlisllillg holl-es. Many of ll.ese agents are expected to lu- in ihe city today. and it is anti.a pated that liefore the day is ended .st of the coiitrdcls for ihe sale of high achool booka for tln- ncxl four yeara will have heeii signed. No ilouiit is expreaaed that the pabliaben will ac cejil the terillS of th'- Seltlelliellt. As a matter of fact, they wfll be no aorae off by rabacribing to the agree n.ent then they are at present. Ihe clauae in the oontracl wbich is relied upon by the attorney general to jaatify his ciaiiu thal tbe ooncernl will he do ing an intraatate buairteaa, Ia already in ihe Bgraemeota with the pobhahera foi fiiruishing primary and grammar grade booka A- ni'ist "f the liriiis whieh e\ !? ? in s.-li high acbool booka an- now furniahing booka of the other gradea, tbey are already. if Judge Wilhanis h. lagallj correci, violating the Virginia law. Therefore, whelher they aign or not. ihe nile will l.i- iaaaed againal them to ibow cause why tl.ey should not he tined for doiog luisiness in Virginia aa foreign corporationa witboul certiAcatea ofauthority. Under Um rircumatancea there .s lli- i|i.estiiill. belicve slale of Betala, thal the contracta will lu- -nl. acribed to without delay. I>r. .1. A. <'. Chandler, y11]>?? ri111?? 11> 1 ent of tln- Bicbmond acboole, ?aid yea? terday that unless a settleinenl is reached by Tueaday pext, he will pro ceeil to order the old hooks for use. This can he done witboul queation, un? der Ihe ruliog of Ihe State lioard nf Kdmation. It is therefore boped tliat mppliea of the hooks will he ordered to? day by wire, sii that the schools may he supplied with the new Imok.H.? I Itichiiioiid Tiines Djapatch. M\V UIIH.N CIVIL si.KVKK. President Tafl is eonteiiiplatiiig. and probably will iaaue aoon after his re turn to rVaabingioo from Beverly, an execotire order putting all ? ietanl pu-tmasters and the pennaneiit clerks al iiiniiey order poatofBoBB, under the civil service. postmaster Oeneral Hitchcock recomi.ided this step to the president siiiin- time ago, and he has been consideringit. The praeident yeaterday talked tbe matter| over with K. H. Dana, president of the National ('ivil Service Refonn League. Mr. Taft will take the ipn-stioii up with hia cahmet the latter part uf thia inoiilh. andfinaltydiapoae of it. Mr. Hitcb cock Ihinks the order will work a great iinproveuient in tln- posial service. PAYK 8840 I <>?< um: < I'.VI". Henry Ghapraau, a nuroiBtnatiat, uf i bicago, paid 8840 for a one 'ent piece at an BUCttOO yesterday. The price, a,. uiding to dealeri, is tln- largeM ever paid for a peimy. Two hiindred and sivcnty-iive dollara is tbe-biggeel pre \ imis p: i. e whieh conld i-e remembered. The i um was stniek iii ihe year 1798. It is of the "l.iherty OBO" variety. aml was fornierly owned hy l'eter Moiigey. the groeer-iiumismatist of Cincinnati._ \V. \V. W'enner. of I.ovettsville, Loa doiiu ci.uiity, died at his home on n/odnaaday night. He was the okJeal resnli-nt of Luiidoun county. having Bttaloed the age of 100 yeara on Au gust 10. He waa a farmer and for many years owned and operated the (erry IiButiliaaji betwaaa what i? now Briinswick. Md., and b.udouncounty. He was a domOCTBl and a meniher nf the Kefornied Clmrch at Lovetta ville. | _ f_U__M K \ PHIt RK r. VITI F.S. Aii effort ia being made in Leeaburg tu nrganixe a inilit.iry company. Thirty oamea have already been aecured. DarJgUng from a trestle jit-t <>utside Qraceviha, Fla.. yesterday tnorning W(.r,- fi.uml the bodtta of Bd Chriutian, a negro, charged with shooting Deputy Sheriff Allen Buins, and Hattie Bow man, a negreas, who was charged with being implicated in the crinie. The negroefl were taken from the loeal jail la.-t night hy a nob, whieh had little rrouhle in overpowering the gnards. \Yilliam S. Yawkey. of Detroit, InnilMT man and mine owner, was married to Mrs. Margaret Draper. of Saginaw. hfJcb., in Jeraey city Wed i?- lay. Yawkev is reputed to be worth *1 ?2.000,000. He is part owner ofthe Detroit basehal! teatn, m:ws ofthe day. The DhRed Btatea mint willprobably stop COining gold and issuc certilicates for bullioii or gold coin. lhivid W. fxall, deputy suprcmecom inander of tbe Knights of the Macea baea, was run down hy a street ear and l.a Hy injured iu Washington yeMerday. .lohn Uandolph a negro, juniped from the operating table in Washington ve t.-i.lay and ran away fr.nn the surg.oii Wbo were picking glaaa oul of his hcad. Col. Meiijainui .1. Orawford, founder an.l pjreaidenl until Bre yeara Bgo of th.- Natioiial F.iscnit Company. died of bardning of ute ajteriea wfaile playing golf ol) the Westl.rook Country Clllb linka at Mausiield. Ofaio, yeaterday afternoon. He waa 67 yean old. Rlanche Fckels. Di years old, com mitted suicide last night al Maryville, Md? hy shooting herselfbeeanaaebe had not heeii invilcl (<? a party. The girl's faniily reeently moved to Mary \'Me an.l she tbotjgbl the young people of the town were slighting her. Calvin 0. Iloffnian, a young farmer of Johnaville dietrictFrederick county, Md . committed sui. i.le at his bome Tburaday hy abootmg bimaelf through the beaii with a shotgi.n. Iloffnian. who was L':'. years of age, and marrieil. is -aid once before to have attempted suicide with rat poison. A siorni which rag.-.l over several mouiitain coiinli. s in K.ntu.ky Thurs day night has cauaed the km .>f at least one life and rnany tbouaand dol lars' worth of property which has been sw.pl away hy lloods. Charged with the miirder of her two weeks1 old baby, Mrs. Elena Btempte, of N.-w I'lnlailelphia, <>., wa- lo.lged iu jad yeaterday. Mrs. Btenipleoonfeaeed thal her bnaband left ber ftve areeka ag.. an.l that when he did not answer her lettera she grew diacouraged an.l gave th.- baby carbolic a.i.l. Thomas F. Watson was howlcd down last night at tbe Auditorium in Atlanta, <Ja., hy an aiidieii.e of o.lMHI people when he hegan an atta.k on form Gov, HokeSniith. Watson WU 80 come by ihe bostiledemonatrati he fainted, and waa carried platform. After being (? air, he soon revivod, and the WOTBO 'or his i-xperieue. Special..is and wittV Judge Groaecup'a courl in CkV lerday ui alteinlaii.e ,,n the h.vt. tbe VYeetern rat.- caeea before apt Bxaminera Brown an.l HBfyer, <>f U [ntoratate Coanmerce CommiaBion were thrown ioio tumult an.l a fbri figbt waa har.lv avertcd yester.lay when B. P. Pierce, coiinsel for the B0Ck Island. ealled Attorney Frank B. Jatnea a liar during ihe croaa-examinattoo of Prank Nay. oomptroller of the Chieago Bock l-land and I'acitic While on its way lo IttCOOr a man fatally injurcl m an BUtomobile acci deiit. an amhulance.la-hcd nto a erowd awaiting ears at the riish honi inthe publio aquare atCleveland, Ohio, la-i night, killing one peraoo, injuring another. and cauaing a panie This nccurred abortty after th.- drivorhad, al great ri-k, stnpped a runawa\. -aving another orowd from certain injnry. .Iiian Amer, e.liioi ..f the -itiriinl weekly < fhantecler, of Havana, .>f wbiefa the Bral iaaueappeared yeaterdaj morn ing, was shot and killed ves|er.la> evening by Joae Pennino, a liberal cm didate for city oouncilmanin Havana I'he , alise of (lie -llootillg W.l- B BCUt ? ilous article in tbe Cbantecler conoern inga young womanprominenl in aociety I.. whoni Pennino is atlentiw. Pennino was anested. Miss Maids Carroll, a 16 years-ol.l girl, of Middletown, N. Y.. an.l David Bolton, ..f Hoboken, weredrowned an.l live olhers nearly losl their lue- y.I tei.lav afternoon, when a motorboal in which they w.-re cruising on the Hackenaack sank after ihe |aeoline lank had explo.l.d. It is said thal the ownerof tbeboal waaamoking a jiipe while ?earching for the trouble in the ma.hinery. Norniaii l-'l.esoii, '24 years old, WM -hot and killed ahuost instantly while out gunning for reed l.ir.ls yeaterday afternoon with two companlOna aloiig a creek near Phiiadelphia. Pleeaoo was iu a boal wilh Williain Caniph.-ll an.l Ohariea Bobaefer. OampbeU Bred it a Hock ol birda, an.l Pleeeon, jump ing sii.ldeiily to his feet, received the cbarge in the back of his bead. LoekoUl nolices were posled at all the federaled shipyards in I.oiidon at i.n yeaterday, adviaing themembera ofthe hoilermakers' sociely that their seiai.es would he dispeli-ed with. Fifty tbouaand men aredirecUyaffected. Th< hoiihle is .Iu.- to a stnke Thuisday of the rivetera amployed at tbe Walk.-r abipyard at ffewcaetle-on-Tyoe. Tbe employers hold that ihis coiistituted a breach of the Bgreemenl between the ownera an.l workmen, and declare that thoae I... ke.l ..ui will not he allowed t<> i.sii. work iiniil the hoilermakers' -ociety guaranteea a fulfillmenl of tbe terma ..f the aatiooal agreemenl for the prevention of slr'kesand lo.kouts. During a terntic electrieal -lorm Tburaday night four men were stru.-k hy lightning and inatantly killed near Lamoure, N. !>? The men were niem h.-rs of a threahing erew, an.l with four companions w.-re aleeping in a small tent, with their heads toward the door, ihe wmg of which had been hlown open hy the win.l. Their companions lay with their heads to the rear end of the tent, but so cloae that their feet touched the others. That theyeaeaped with a aevere ahock and only minor injuries aeeffl miraculotis, They were tinconscioiis for a tuue (tov. Harmon, hy letter yeaterday eall? ed up.ni Attorney Oeneral Denman to take up a grand jury investigation of the Columhiis, Ohio, atreet ear strike, as he did in the graud jury investiga? tion of the Newark lynching. Gov. Harmon also issucl a statement, in wbiefa ne dedined to oaO ontheColum hus Railway and Light Company to arhitrate the strike, aa recpuested hv atate labor leadcrs. Tbe govemorgave out a proclamation, in which he urged the people of the State to attend tbe state fair next week, assuring them of "perfeet aafety." IHake a notc now lo g.-t F.ly's Cream liaim [fyooaietroubled with naaeJ.aiar rah, hay" f.v.-r or eold in tbe hea.l. I' i purify ing and soothing to the s,.nsative membnme that linea tbe alr paaaaagea, it is made toovereome the dlaeaae. not to fool the patient hy a short. (leeep'iv, rellef. There i- no eoealne oor merenry In it. Do not he talked into uklng a ?ubetltute for Fly's Cream Bahn. All druggista sell It, l'rice j.w.-. Maiied by F.ly Broa., iti Warren Street, New York, VIKI.1VIANEWS. Mrs. Mary .1 Hartlett, widow of TboOaia Bartlett. died yesterday at th, home of Mr. ind _f|B, A. II. Ilerry, ii. Winchester aged '.'1 years. She was fornierly Miss Timherlake and was a native of Frederick eounty. Mrs. Eva Kvylyn Castleinan, 80 \ears old. widow of Charles M. I'astle inan, died a few davs BgQ at the fainily homestead. N'-nth IIill, near Ca.-tl. inan's ferry. Clarke eounty. Otis Taylor, 70 years old. of Cberry Qrove, Bockingbarn county, died yesterday alternoon from injurie received by a ktck of a borae W'ednes day. He waa aaddling the animal when he was kicked in the ahdoinen, ro" ceiviug ifiternal iujuries. \|essrs. Davis g Davis, Waahington patel.t attormys, report the grant this week tociti/.eiis of this state ofthe fol lowing patenta: 0. s. Oovie, Ckdpeper, surgical instrunient; A. M. (iray, Roa? noke, shoek abaorbar; .1. P, Haislip. Roanoke, cbnrn daaber; E. Jenor, Roaringfork, combined l?ed and table; .1. S. l'aikey, Penningtoii Qap, bulle tin board; T. I'urcell,Roanoke, cuahioo tire. H. M. Deputy, acoinniercial traveler from PhUadelpbia, was killed and .1. (i. Hollingsvvorth, of Fayettcville, N. ('., anotber traveling man. was probabJy fatally injured in an automohile eo lision whieh ocenrred on a road wesi Rkhmond Thursday night Caauffej Jonloo says his machine was run mt anotber automohile wbich diaapi in tbe darkneaa after hurling*' to a diteh. E. S. Burretl eil yesterday H ihe dlive inohiie that atruck Jcm clain.s he had the i, In huying ? be afraid I Remedy and r ?'> and ..'. F ,re Closea 5 o'clock. J0 16-BUTTON ilK GLOVES. 69c l.a.lies' |i:-liuttoii Douhle-tipped Silk Olovea, in plnk, r<-.l. gray, laa, eopen hagen blue, navy, llghl bfue, Maek aad uhiie; in broken aiaea Regular f^Qf s| i i \alue. Speeiai KJSV, Latlies iiii.-eli-o llia.nois OlOVea, in natural color. Regular si valr.e. QQP S|ieeial ?71 Ladlea' 16-buttonBUk LlateOfovaa, In tan. gnu. navy and Maek. Regu-/iQp UU-aJ va'llle. Speeiai. ... *?ZTK, Ladlea* Twc-ehurp Double-tlpped silk t.ioves. in tan, gray. black, and whiie. RegularaOovalae, Bpe 39c CORSETS c i:. Ooraeta, oaadeof batlaterhlgbaad iiniliiini i.ii-i: lons hip gar- flj'7 AA tera attaehed. PrToe.&A.\J\J U ari.ir'i Corsets. inrule of li:ili--le me liiuni lu.st: long hip: si/e- 10- &?* QQ LANSBURGH &BR0. 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. FINANCIAL._ [No.7088.] REPORT OF THE C0NDITI0N ALEXANDRIA NATIONAL BANK \ i A i i:\ vvnui \. V v . at the close ofbusineaa Bepi 1, 1910. RESOURCES. Loanaanddiajeounta. $ii2?,<;n l<; Overdrafla, aecured and un aecured. :,-'-i'1 ?'? 0 S. honds to sei-ure clrCUUV (jllM. 100,000 i ' I". S lio.uls to see.ire l S. ileposils I pereent. 1,0 Premiuma on U. 8. bonda.... 3,000 OJ Itumls, seeilrilies, ete. 7.S.V) I I Itenklng house, fumlture and Hxturea. 51,027 HH Other reai esiate owned. n.iiio no Due ii'iiin national banka [not reaerve agenta). -.,;'-i '-! Due from atate and prlvate bankera, trual aompanlea aml BBVinga lianks. 71''. _' Due from approved reeerved agenta. 50,448 -'; Checka aml otbercaab Itema. *-W !'l Notesol'ol her national lianks. 7!<n 00 Fraetional paper emreiiey. niekels aml oenta. >> 11 i,\wi,i i \i.im v RaaBBva ra lt\\K Vi/: Speeie. SfJ.TU' 7.". Leaal-tender notea.. IJH6 oo -37,044 -;, Redemptlon fund with I v Treeeurei ? per eeal ofclr e.ilation. I ?"" '"' Total. #761.414 "? LIAHILITIKS. OapltaJ stoek paid in. 9100,000 00 Surnlus fund. 30401 10 Undivlded proflta, leaa expea ?jsesand tazea paM. IliBM Nationa! hank notea oiitsiand ing. OT.7a> 00 Due to other national lianks.. 'j.:ij l~ Due to state and private banks and bankera. 11.182 01 Due to Tiuat t'ompanies _ad Baviagl Hank-. 1.100 Oo DIvldencN mipald. Wl <?? Individiial depoa ita aubject to check. MS444 ti Deniand eertlfl oatea of depoeil M08 00 Time eertlnaatea ofdepoall. ll.xi hi (Vrtiiied eheeka aa * Oaabler'a eheeka oiitsuuiding. ?''-> ? - 503,1 i DltedStatea depoafta. IJ0OO0 Hills paysble, Includlng eer ittflcateeof depoait ???? 12JS00W Total.-.J7?jL4H*7. Btate of Vllglnia, <ity of Alexandria. ss: j _ c. Smith. aaealer ofthe abova iiauied hank. do aolemnlj nraju? that tbe aiiove ?tatemenl Ia tn.e to the liestof inv knowledge andbellef. r, C. SMITH. Cashier. Buhaeribed aad awora to beanaa me thi 2nd da\ of Sept.. 10 ' ROBLEY I). BRUMBACK. Notary I'lihlie. Corn-ei -Atte-t: .loitv A. M.viwn.vi.i.. U. K. Baxv, ('. K. N'n OL. RoBnrao* huhcvbb, P. K. OoBMAX, \V, A. SwnOT. Plrettora, |\<>. i-.1.! REPORT OF THE CONDITION "I' i lli: First National Bank A I \l I \ AM.III \. V \ At the elose or hijsiness Sopt I, 1910. RJBJOl ItcKS. Loanxand dis.-,,uiits. f90".<?) ? Uverdntru, aecuredand uu ,.s,,'"re.|. I . s. Bonda to aeeureetreu ,,I*U?P-'-.. 100.00000 l . s>. Bonda t.eure 1 . s (|e|'."sils. -25.000 oo Bonda, -,., uritiea.etc. ll.nu :?! Banklng houae, furniture, and liMuies. 73.29I >;| Dttfi from Nauoiial Banka niot rew rvedagenta). 30.7:*; 7:? Due from state and Private Banka and BaBkera.Truat Conipauie-. an.l Savings Banka. 4,-25o 75 Due f.-om approved roetiiie agenta. 117,217 29 Cheeks and Other ea.sh iie.ns. N'oles of Other national banka. 2.42000 Fraetioual paper elirrelicy, nlekela an.l eenta. NR 75 i.vwn 1. Mowan Raaantva in BAWK, viz : Bpeete.37.s:^ :*> l.egal lelider notes.ll.UtO 00 . -,. .}., i\A M Ue.lemplioli I'uinl with C. S. Ireasiiier (6 per eellt or eireul.Uion. ?'.'?OO 00 Total. . ?U2!M7!>B1 UAl.'iUT irs . 1.211 '??'? al depoelta aubjeot .,-k........ . nV4.i.'.7 ::i ,11,1 eeilili.ate- of de ,,sit. "-*->7 "* one ,.,.|iiii.:o,s ol depoatl 6.700 oo i vi-tiiu-d chcoka. 888 n Cashi. r's cbecka outatand jJJ-. 110 oo I nit". d Slales deposits. UM\ M Depoulta of C. s dlaburatag ollieeis. "?' ? Reaerved for Intereet. 888 4H Llabllltlea other tben tbose above atated. uRSl Total._fijg>,i7??a st ne of Virginia, Cltj of Alexandri I .,,,, K Warlield. < a-hier of ihe above named bank, do ?olemnlj awear that the above atatement Ia true totbe beatofmy knowledgeand belief (,i;u. i; vVARPIELD, Uaahler. sniisei-ihe.l an.l aworn 10 before me .,,1 day ofSept, 1910. II. II. BURKE, No?r\ I'ul.l.e M v eopimissioii expires Felniiary lo. 1911. Coiiv.t All. -I : Bkmoi i P. m:k. Iu W al lllt ROBBRTB Fi: \\? l~ L. Smiiii. Directora.  RBPOaTToar nii. < <>m)itki> G1TIZENS' NATIONAL BANK A I Al.lA \MH1IA. V A., \t the elo-e oll.llsine- Sepl. I . 1'HO IM'.sol I5CK.N. Loaaa an.l diseouata. Bb\08B -v? Overdrafta, aceured and nnae eiired. 557 97 V. Ilollds to seelire eir.lllal ioli 100,000 00 C. s. Bonda to lecure i 8. De l?, iis. 1.000 00 Bonda, Sreiirilies. ele.. .J.I7I Ui Banking hoiaae, Purniture, and FiMure-. BBJM 87 Due from National l'.anks (nol reaerve agenta). 843,887 81 Due from Siaie and Private Banka and Bankera. Truat ( oinpanies. an.l Savings Banka . Z/M ?>' Due from appioved Reaerve Agenta. 82?08 91 ch.-ek:- and other Caah Itema 1,644 19 Bxehangea forC'learine Houae --?!? 4.1 Notea orother National Banka 008 oo I'r.oiioiial Paper < Urrenej . Nlekela aml Centa. i'-'- 85 1. v w i i i M..M ?. Rl -i i;vi is BANK8, viz: Speele.89,032 50 I.egal-leliiler lloles_ 5,947 08 I, .7:- *i Kodelllpfioll I'.lll.l Wilh I 8 Treaaurer (5 p.-r eenl of eir eulalion,. 6408 ?N? Total. 1,104,50* 72 I.IAlill.lTJFS capital Btoeh paid In . naumn 88 Surolus Iiiii.I . 100.00000 Undlvlded Profita, leaa Bx penaea and Taxea paid .... 25. W2 13 National Bank Notea <>ut slanding. ino.OOll 00 Due to other National Banka 28,987 80 Due to Siate and Private Banka and Bankera. 175 ol ludividual Depoaita aubjeet toeheck. 750,286 is Ortined cheeks. 827 60 Clsliier's cheeks ollt-lalldillg 8,190 00 Cllited Slates deposits. 1.000 l?) Total. 1.104 state.if Virginia. < it\ of Alexandria.aa I. Itiehard M. Qreen, Cashier ofthe ahove-name.l bank, do aoiemnlj awear that the above atatemc.nl is true to the beal ofmy knowledgeand belief RICHARD M GREEN.Caahler. Bubaeribed and aworn to before me this 3rd daj of September. I'Mli. .1 JOHN8TON.GREEN, Notary I'ubhc (orreet Atteat : Woll'lll lil ll i-ll. .1 VS. W Itolll l.l ?, M A. Aiickv C.MlKol.l. I'n W B, Directora. RK.,1 LAR MONTHLY MKETINGof I! I. LEECAMP, CONPEDERATE VKTl-.K.Ws will be beld MOND \> September ,ih. at - p m Fuli ..tieii danee dealred fmportant bualneea By order W. A. sSlOOT.('ommander. OT/ajTBU |> ui B/n !>:?. AT i.iikiii's BB8rTAURAarr. Foot of King Street, KOR 8%I.E CHF.AP. A IIOI'HK, corner Columbua and Jef ferson atreeta, 5 roomH.gummerkltchen, Stahle In yar.l and water. Apply at aept3 3t* 727 .lefl'erson Street Two Peraona Klllc?Tr>; Tr?ln. Charlotte. N. C.,8ept. :i.? T*o p. r sons were killed within half an hour today by the Houthem Raiiway flyer No. 37. NcarThomaavillean unknown man was struck while he was walking on the traeka. Hia body waa knocked twenty feet iii the air and was so badly mangled that it eould not he identincd, Twenty-five minutes later, as the train approached Oboeord, Bthi Ella Hack ney, tried to cross tho track in front of the locomotive. 8he waa inatuntly killed. Powerboat Conteal< Buffalo. N. Y., Sept. 8 ? Tbe greatest speed contests for power boata evar held on freah water waa aeheduled tobe run over a five mile courae? seven times around?in Niagara river this. afternoon. The race is for the chaaipwnahip of the Great Lakes and the potsmm Of the |j, B. Thonja.