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G REENVTLLE Ascription, $2.00 PerAnnum. Publlailiorl Twioo n. Wook, SIX MONTHS, 41 OO. VOL. (iUKKXVILLK, WASIIL(JT()N COUNTY, MISS., SATURDAY, .IULY 31, 1897. NO. ARMITT'S MINERS, Eirorta to Induce Thorn to join tho Strikers. I BI6 MASS MEETING AT OAK HILL. ( Miner, With Brass Bands, the Kffcct of Persuasion I Army I Tn'inir I on tlit M -u who l-roicss 10 Have No Grievances. .fier l.-.rniltl,l Men. .11. r...l. 11:11 11 ' .1... 'I',.. .11.. IWnl otTi'fk ninJ Siinily L reelc minus ol ilt, , invaded lifter midnight a nriiiy "f strikers, who came to Lj Hie great muss meeting hi ue i jpar tlie mines, 1 1 is csiiiiiuieu hv d;i ln-i-uk there were several 11 i.i. 11 1 ii.i.l nrwiti tl I isanil I" ' 1,11 1 - I, surniiuiiliiitf lie 1'rupcrt.y of the , v.irt A rleeclund das i oal Co. s .......... .it -yrly, 1 ll-'V clinic uyui v.i-ty m iikaii:i HV HHASS BANDS. ,,wi- oil .'( tlieni earned Heavy tilip SUCKS illlll O'Mli ....... u. .,. nnl!ir.'ats of violence. how- ,,,1 nn Hi'lieation of arinKing. itiiiat'ly "I""' reaching Oak Hill .inkers prepared for camp. ;fSCl.ii's;u 'tuiil turtle t.reeic alter ,iit were strange, rooriy-elnil rjstrrtfhi' l themselves out on the slsimls tliey could find. Kach cle- :al,.iit nruN 111 etinrge 01 men seieci- of.irc the inarch was begun. (Jr- ncre liunin'iuy iouoweu. fSHKIt Tin: SKAHCII-I.IOHT. Iht valley leading up from lurtle -Mourn' of tne mv lorn it lleve- inines Hie cumpany had a power- ,?arcii-liirlil- H was kept shifting it in Impc "f Hanking any move itof tlie strikers to creep within 1 of the mine unknown to the tlcp- -iiilio (taiir.leil every approach. a bofinv daylight the strikers up. ami after eating their frugal .prepared fur the day's work. The -jtiwi ;is to see us many of De id's men r.rmiK imkv hot into the tits bo-ssilile. Ahont four o'clock l.fiOO rs asseml'led at Turtle Creek and, led hr three brass bands, with anil hauliers dying, marched past houses in vii pied by DeArmitt's ts. The strikers hooted and id. ami then inarched to tlie mines, re the v planted themselves before pits, thus compelling DeArmitt's to ruu the gauntlet to get to tunBKiv iir.iiiitE A snow of foucb. : short time later Sheriff Lowrey, bail been wired to for assistance, red from Pittsburgh with M) depu- 1 aniieil with Winchesters. The tfrsquietiv withdrew, and the new aties were placed on guard, Kvery- "C is i(il iet. ten the muss meeting was called -tier at ten ..'clock there were 3,000 in" miners in attendance, and bc - it was well under way there were 1 pjoplc in the -vicinity of the vlliouse. About 9:1)0 o'clock 250 las from Sandy Creek marched to meetinjr, ami quite a large number from Turtle Creek. MF. AliV A M E OX l'Ll'M CREEK. 'en the strikers reached Plum k anil Marled on a run down the -l ton-anl the tipple to catch the a before they entered the mine, five sirere fired from Winchester.! held 'fcdepnties. In reply to this the rps stniek up a livaly air. but 'Htiro shuts were tired. The min- "howero hurrying into the pits, 'J "Waken mid asked not to go to Host of them said thev were J4 they would lose their iobs if Majf'l away from work to attend meetinij. Thev decided, after a rlPrley, to go iuto the mine. I1 lUNEliS WK1IE CAHKYINH DINNER HICKETS. '&?S turned to leave the strikers, 'dinner buckets were taken from & The friirlit.,nul n.;,i.n.,i Pig to nt tempt to retrain their ;''f turned and ran for the pit, ' not .stop until they were be MUic s,l Hot- of the deputies' Win-fs- Tin. mine is in full opera " handy i 'reek mine has closed J n about one-third of the Turtle ( miners An it work and went to ''Meting "ALuis ( ot'NSELED CAUTION. ft.vi0us " the meeting Mr. Debs, ct ''resilient Dolau, Secretary I'Mr and M. p. Carrick went among 'inkers ami cautioned them to keep 'ai11 the b minis of the law and pre fl order throughout the day. "Mviep was rec,.ii-,l with o-oorl the men. who cheered by ' n - i 'wa.s. enthusiastically. The '"Jf . without doubt, the held during a strike in western "fania, nm the leaders are b- "I of its rfft.ct U)on j)cArmitt's "'e speakers told the miners Jeopardizing the success of ISlli'Ie y M tin 'Ptnsii )' continuing at work, and em to come out and make the "n complete. liun,l,-..,i .....: Irt Hi oi"l-uiirs are now on ;prrtlieude,. 'i(tal I)olaa was mille chirman w ,. ,""" RD'l in a short speech trt m 1)l-'Ar,niltof insincerity. if DeArmitt's men did not , there would be a sympathy ""fertile Lniterl States. BULLETlN NUMBER TWO. fonllrtfoc. Tho Ercr Id Ultimate Vlftory. e hta;i'iurters of the foiled ' h'um 'rS ' Amerieato the miners In borer, 0 the country says 5 'han ' ler conn',f Dct of T'c j :lt !T' r 1'he supply of coal on art;, lol, aud would' have been . . '""sinned twfore this time 'or few sections. f West Virginia, south-ru I hum, and a portion -of Ke.,f.:,.kv. e.nirul n, northonstp,.,, i;.llu.him ,,,,,,,. eltel, where ,.',., a, Vet has l.,. made to have them join i ,. v,.. inent which, when done, will s ,u. cide the contest. The organi,. ., hih,,,- of the c.i -v without respect to for.,,, ,. ferences, are making our ti ! , t -lu.lr fight, and have thrown all "mailable force morally and financially, int., n. movement. In western Pennsylvania 1,000 men have stopped work since the last bulletin was issued. Thiiinn!,c, a total of JI.iiiii) ,,, ,,. i, i,, n Ohio 'Js.O(ii) , uu lu. ,u Kentucky and Tennessee, little chnn-v has occurred since the last bulletin wa, issued. About 4,0 ki miners m e idle there. The miners lire congratulated on being peaceful, and are Counseled to continue so. In Indiana the supple of coal is ulm.ist shut oil', and 8,(100 miner.) nr.' idle. In 1 1 v :;;, uu i mine workers in Illinois ha ve laid .loc n iweir toois. ine suspension is prac tically general. West Virginia lias been the main battle ground. The Fairmont district is completely tied up. with Hi.OilO mine worker idle.' Indica tions point to a complete cessation of work before Auirnst 1. An riiKuccexHrnl Itatil. I'll ISlUKoll. I'.l., .1 el , U'.i. A boilvot striking miners marched to Corey's mjjie, near Huijiiesr.e. for the purpose of inducing the men at. work toouit, The raid-was unsuccessful. Mr. Corey notified the slierill' that he would hold the county responsible for damage in the event of trouble. CONSULAR APPOINTMENTS. A IllK llatrli of Aiut-ricitlis to Itecclve t'liiiiuilHHlniiH to (mi Alimail. Washington, July ill. The president has made the following appointments in the consular service: Church Howe, Nebraska, consul at Palermo, Sicily; Luther W. (isboru, Nebraska, consul general at Apia and Nukualofa, Tonga. John N. Uulliii, Tennessee, consul at Asuncion. Pa raguay; A. II. Ilyingtou, Connecti cut, consul at Naples, Daly; Samuel M. Taylor, Ohio, consul at Glasgow, Scotland; (iustave C. 10. Weber, Ohio, consul at Nuremberg, llavaria; John 1. liittinger, Missouri, consul general at Montreal, tan.; John Jenkins, Ne braska, consul at San Salvador; Win. T. Touvellc, Ohio, at lielfast, Ireland; Win. P. Sniythc, Missouri, at Hull. England; (Jrillith W. I'rccs, W isconsin, at Swansea, k'ales; L rbuiii J. I.cdos, Maine, at Three Kivcrs, (.Hie.; Wilbur S. (i lass. South Dakota, at Kehl, Cer mauy; Ceorgc II. Jackson. Connecticut, at Cognac, France; Hugh l'itcairn, Pennsylvania, lit Hamburg, llenuany; Ira II. . Meyers, Indiana, at St. Johns, X. II.; llenjaiuin Nusbauin, I'eiiu sylvauia, at .Munich, llavaria; John X. McCuun, Wisconsin, nt Dunfermline, Scotland; Michael J. Kurke, Illinois, at Port Stanley and Sr. Thomas, Out.; Kdward D. Winslow, Illinois, at Stockholm, Sweden: lle.c Viiah A. (iudger, North Carolina, at Pana, Colombia; James II. Johnston, Xew Jersey, at Shetliel.l. Kuglaud. THEIR TETHER'S END. A l'alr of Street t'nr Aei lilent Coniplrii lors Arrt'Kleil. Memi'His, Tciin., July tin. William Webb.nnd Anna Webb, his wife, are behind the bars of the Shelby county jail on a charge of conspiracy to rob a street-car company. The couple arc said .to have a record in St. Louis, where, it is claimed, they succeeded in defrauding the Lindeli Railway Co. out of a neat sum of money. It is re ported also that they success fully operated their game in Atlanta. Mr." and Mrs. Webb boarded a car there some days ago, and Mrs. Webb fell in a heap. She was taken from the car to her home. A physician was called and he found her suffering from an injured spine. Tuesday she filed suit against the street car com pany for damages, and Wednesday both she "and her husband were indicted and arrested. The woman is said to ha ve a permanently injured spine. The company had information of the intentions of the couple, and. bad wit nesses on hand watching their move ments. HIS WIFE RODE A WHEEL. Dr. Porter Objci led; -lrs. I'nrler I em... nl, aud the Uoctor Suliiileil. Kansas City, Mo.. July 'jy.-Heeause his wife persisted in riding a bicycle in spite of his objections. Dr. J. D. Por ter, a prominent physician, head of the Physicians' Supply Co., committed sui cide in his office by taking morphine strychnine and hydrate of chloral aud inhaling illuminating gas. Dr. Porter was apparently as happy and contented as any man in Kansas City until Mrs. Porter bought a bicy cle. The doctor objected, because he did not think it womanly, but she w as delighted and would not give up the wheel. The doctor took dinner 1 ues day evening and went direct H the store and began taking po.son. lie was found dving Wednesday morning. Mrs. IVrterJs prostrated with grief. LADY HENRY SOMERSET Atfced to K.a..l.i"" ""'", ' "" llrltlsh TfOi."ni-f Womm. London. July 29. - The national executive committee of the Kri.ish Woman's Temperance association, .o n prising 100 representative women from 11 parts of Ureal Britain. , their .votes, requested Lady en . , Somerset to remain at the l-ea of tne association, three-fourths of the cm mittee taking this action. It is . U lieved Lady Somerset will comply with this request. Th. ..p.. S--"rbnef Sit Francisco, Ju.r -' mesge has been receive,: n,,n.H,nc,ug The loss of the whaler ape " , ; eon in the Japan sea dunnir ,h ; . . . . , , .. Seiillam am. me of "wee 'a-d. bu, ormoilut down with the v.a- eL THE PENSION OFFICE, K.j. ir.Ioi. or tho Kulnrt Govornlntf Adjmiirtttiun o!' Cluimy. THERE'LL BE HO MME HA1H SPLITTIN3. Uessrving Veteran:! Will Not hi Uc bailed by K aon of bom; Purely Technical D-iVut in Application or Other IVocccdinijs. M'AniNr, ruN, .luiy 'i'.t. - A thoroupli n visiuii .if the rules trmvi'iihitf the lul jntli.'iitiui) .r pt-nsitm claims un.ltr tho St'fuml SfftiiMl of tin: ui't of .limu '7, l'.'il, ha u-i-n niiitlc liy Assistant St.c rciary of t he I n t.-iior Wfl.sU-r Havis. uml hwei-pinji- inoiiiliratiinis in the vires seiit niftie. s at-.' the result. The new ettilt. it is said, will furnish it hhv, si'cedy tmd uniforui system uf adjusL i"kr 'his laiyi elass (if e:isi-s. Assistant Seerelary avis holds that t he v.-ry ukI nn; of pensinu eases fur hidsthe apjilieiili.ui uf the strictness and trehn'ieulity ,f court proeeedinirs, and that it was riot eunress' intention to hedjje the in hn i n ist ra t ion of these laws w i tli the dillicmties ami pitfalls f any system of special plead ing whose' t.-ehniraliti.'.H and re finements may t"iid to a prac tical defeat of the government's Imj nevolent purposes, 'the modifications are made in six rules find former rules nnd decisions in conflict, with them are set aside, ''he most important change is made in the following rule: I. Kvi'rv ii!ip!:c;ii inn (,,? jn n-itn under the M'lvilnl -s- i-t ii ll tii 1 he act .llllie -J7. f.t'l. hnulit stale lh;tt the vani'- is nnule unier said ift, tiif d;i Le .if eiilistineiu ainl dis charLre, the iiain" nr nature uf tlie dis i.Mhi' wei i m Is or iiij'irii'S hy uhk-li iheelaiui iuit is dlsalded and tlia lle'.v are iinL ttne io VicinHs )iabit: jmviifd, however. 1h" t tie onii-sinn nf anyef th"se avenu -nts shail not tii v;t lidnle t ho. aihit';tuiin (t he int. 'lit t claim 1) 'iisimi hi'iiiL' manifest and the ih'.'iaratiin Ik; iiiL' ''Xrcute I in in'cnrdance Willi lau-. but stndi apiilicaiinn shall b" subject t,( anu'iidtni'iil hy ne'aiis ol ,i Mpleinental a'lidai i! hi the partic ulars wlii'reiii it is ib iei-i ivi.'. " Utiles '2, :l. 5 and it The last two re lating to vicious hahits ami increasti claims, arc largely reiterations of pres ent practices. Rule 4 makes essential modifications, and is as follows: ". SlmuM a wound, injury nr dtsea.se licit, spe-'ilie 1 in the eriinal nr am .'tid ilnry decla raliou. hi;t disroveri d un iU'-iic;U exa mi tial ion. tie -huwn tu have exist--d at th 1 titn.' when tlie original deehmilhm was tih d. and it is fnnnd nut to he du.; lu vicious hali(s, :i. .shall h tak en ifiM ao'cunt. Hie same as if formally speci lied in the original appiieatiun. Should it he round, however, u .t to have exisirdat the uuv when the original uppliea t iuii was tih'd, hut fmni a sutiseiUi ut dat" prior In medical t'xain inathm. the d"rn'e of the tlis abiljty uf th" applicant tudnu' belnw the niaxineuii rat in, may be inerciised iiccni-'hiufiy ir.mi t ho date wiVn such wmuid , or injury v as incurred or disease coniracti'd. provided t lie de cree of disal'ilit v from all emit rihutory causes is thereby enhanced to a siifflrient extent to justify a Infill r ratlin:. Sh-iiild it lie futmd impussiiiie to tlx t lie ex act date wle-n such wound or injury was re ceived nrilisea.se contracted the higher rattm; shall rniiunenee from ihe tVite of the ceriitieato of medical examination showing its existence." 0TJIKUWISH tTN NOTICED. the CUSTOfvlS A T KLONDIKE. Kvery rouii.I of lluotU ."MuHt Tuy t'anu.lliiil l!:ily. Vi; lotii x. 1!. t'., July "U. There is a crowd of indignant gold seekers in town. Two hundred of tliemcamc from Scuttle wilh their outtils to take the iteumcr lsiaieler f-ir llyoa. Arriving here they found Hint not a pound of Toods would he allowed to Cil ler the Klondike district with out paving the regular i anaciian luly. Some of them decided up u pay ment of the duty here, but lire not go- iu.r witli the expectation of evading , customs ollicers. This is hardly sihlc, and the customs oltieers are going up on tne istaimi-i ai-Loiu.oii.., by a force of constables, wnowiu assist the mounted police now there to en force the laws. THE MAD MULLA'S MEN. Another Attack on tlie Hrllisli t nnip at s-!ahiL:inil. In the ( lillral. i!..,,,i,v .ImIi- ':).-The situation at camp Malakan.l has become serious. or.l has been receive .1 titai uic na ves in large force made a s 'coud at ek on the fort Wednesday. The Hitiug was severe. Thirteen of the Htish were killed aud lid wounded. among the latter being Lieut. ( ostello. The trilicsn;eu4te.t HW. The worst feature of the situation now is that the garrison is short of am munition, and it is feared the whole supply will be exhausted before rein forcements arrive. The government, is making the greatest efforts to get these through in time. . It is reported that the mad mulla has mustered at least l!Uit"l tribesmen. A PRIZE FIGHT TRUST. A C oml.lnlio.i Aim.ni: th. Sn Francluro rii;iiitic tiui. San I-' Hi. si i sro. July 'J;'.-The man agers of the three principal prize tight clubs are trying to agree upon a scheme which, if carried out. will practically give them a monopoly of the busi ness in this city. The idea is to convince the supervisors that only a limited number of permits for liL'hts should be issued every month, and that thev. as the established clubs, should have "tlie permits. If this can be done, only two tights every month, or three 'rights in two months. ,viil be pulled off. and the National, the Umpire and the tolum b!a clubs will alternate with events. If this pugilistic trust be formed there will no longer be any rivalry in bid ding for fighters, and large purses and percentages will no longer be given. At present the fighters are getting most of the money. nti-XOU Morma In Spain MiPmn. July -J'.' -A dispatch from Ha'reeb n.1 savs that severe storms have prevailed thromrhout Catalonia for the Lsl f..w days with devastating effect ;",!,ng the vineyards. Hut of hectares of lands scarcely 6.00 J have escaped- The new taritr law v.-ill increase the price of tine cigars. The gunboat llenningt in has been ordered to Honolulu. lien. Stewart I,. Woolfoid and faiui y have sailed for Spain. William Stusehcl, n retired St. Louis cooper, committed suicide hy hanging himself. A Chinese university U the latest new educational establishment pro posed for St. Louis. A St. Louis tlriii has placed an order for do.i'u miners' shovels, to be shipped direct to Alaska. The 1'nilcd States probably will reply to Japan that the annexation affair will not be discussed further. A g ivcrnment expert will leave Washington Saturday to inspect aud report upon the Klondike gold fields. Charles and Kdward, sons of James Anderson, a miner, were drowned at Poster, la., while bathing in a pond. President MeKinley has received the war record of his great grandfather. Havid MeKinley, made in the revolu tion. The Mainland democratic conven tion declared for bimetallism without naming a ratio. Senator liorinanwas in control. The Tennessee campaign will prob ably be Ttirley and Taylor against Hate and McMillin for the Cuited States senate. Caleb Kdgar, a one-time leading law yer at Seneca, Kas., died at the county poor farm after four weeks' illness. Alcoholism was the. cause. The five-year-old daughter of II. Ti. Turner, of Moberly, Mo., while play ing with matches, set tire to her cloth ing and was fatally burned. The operators of the M iddlesboro llvj.l district have given a raise of ten cents per ton to the miners, who have resolved not to join the strikers. Hon. Webster Davis, of .Missouri, as sistant secretary of the interior, will make an address on Stanton Memorial day, at Steubeuville, ()., August 'J.'i. Hugh liarr, president of the Pcuple's national hank, died at Washington, 1 ml, aged 81. He was ill but leu days. He leaves an estate valued at S125, 01)0. Mrs. Harriet Caldwell died at Kiu niundy, 111., where she was visiting relatives. The remains were taken to her home at Uucyrus, ()., for inter ment. Secretary of the Treasury Cage called on ex-President Cleveland at Gray Cables, Wednesday, going over from Marion on Mr. K. C. lienedict's yacht ( Ineida. Henry X. Sliced, aged about 50 years, employed as euginei-r at the custom house at Nashville. Tcnn., was instant ly killed while at work.- He had filled the position one day. "Tot" llarnes, r ight years old, son of Joseph llarnes. a blacksmith, was drowned in the Missouri river at St. Joseph, Mo. He was pushed iuto the water by another boy. George M. Gray, of Sedalia, Mo., was arrested on the charge of forging the name of Jerry Gallivan, of Warrens burg, to a check for 81SV He was com mitted to jail in default of S"00 bail. Jealousy led to ii cutting affray in Knox county, Intl., which may lead to the death of the wronged husband, Seth Wagner, who objected to the at tentions Tom Martin paid Mrs. Wag ner. Mrs. Frances G. Allen, wife of Rev. Hogan Allen, of Hamburg, Ark., dropped dead at noon Wednesday. She cooked dinner and was in ap parent health up to a few minutes be fore death. A leading Richmond (Va.) newspaper protests against the proposition to hold the G. A. K. encampment there next year. ''It is worse than affectation," the editor says, "it is iusiucere, and ad vocated for business reasons solely." Mrs. Amanda Clemens was found ly ing in a pig pen in a dying condition at her home near Marlow, 111. Mrs. Clemens was apparently in the best of health when she went out to attend to stock. She died shortly after being found. SAILED FOR BRUSSELS. departure of Mm. Marj- H. Hunt For the Anti-Alcoh.,1 Congress Boston, July 3!. World's aud na tional superintendent of the depart ment of scientific temperance instruc tion in the Woman's Christian Temper ance union, Mrs. Mary II. Hunt, sailed for llrussells as fraternal delegate from tho W. C, T. U., to the Anti-Alcohol congress to be held in that city. She will return in September. Wnterbury. Conn., Again Bflugfd. Watekhi ry. Conn., July 2'i. -Water-bury is again deluged, the storm of Wednesday night having swollen the Naugntuek river to an almost unpre cedented height and caused the Man han canal to overflow. The Xauga tuck has overflowed its banks and the waters are now higher than for years. Flv Have Keilgned. Wintekskt, la., July 29. Five mem bers of the state central committee selected at the recent democratic-populists fusion convention in Pes Moines, have resigned. They are George W. Davis, of the first; A. W. Ricker, of the second; L. II. Weller. of the fourth; Theo. W. Ivory, of the ninth, and M. E. Smith, of the tenth district. (;olnf to Piece. Chicago, July 29. The Southwestern Passenger association is apparently going to pieces. Tho St. Louis Jt San Francisco has w ithdrawn. The Rock Island and Santa Fe. it is reported, are about to do so. and there will seeming ly not be enough lines left to maintain it. Paraaglna Kalna In Sew York. Saratooa, X. Y. . July 29. The rain fall has been so heavy throughout this section for a number of days that great damage has been done crops. Vnless the weather changes the result will be disastrous. JAPANESE CURIOSITY, Many ThinirsHiB Imporlal Mnjosty V tints to Know. IT MAY NOT MEAN ANYTHING SERIOUS. It is, However, Just Such Information as Would be Useful If It Was De iiicd to Concentrate the Japs Now in America. Los Anoki.ks. Cal.. July 21. The Times says: W hile ihe majority of people laugh at the idea of Japan going to war with the I nited States over the annexation of the Hawaiian islands, there is no denying the fact that the mikado and his ministers are making inquiries and seeking information concerning the country which they have never hereto fore apparently considered of value. in the last steamer direct from Ja pan there came a message to a well known Japanese in this city in the shape of a circular of interrogations. The document came from the state de partment of the imperial government, and freely translated is as follows: Vim are I' lnim-jniln 1 hy the imp rlul trwrn ment in curry tun at the purlle-it pi.sible il-if the retluwlii' in-itrilctinns: Ascertain llnw inuny .InpHnese are in th" connl.v in which you live. iu nol Hike the I'liiteil Slates ren-us. tint ascertain the actual vvorU by yourself. How many Japanese in your county nn1 Amor lean citizens'; What is the average ai-re Qf the mule Japanese living In your county? How many Japanese are eneaireil !n pursuits where capital Is investeil hy themselves, and ahout what amount of capital is investeil': What is tlie nearest seaport In your county, and if none, what is the nearest seaport to he reached tv you? State numh t of railroads, steamship lines nr sailing vessels from your county to the nearest port of embarlia'iori o'r .Japan, together "with cost of fare amlthe time necessary to reach, said nearest port. ( live names of the "principal memliers of thf Japani.s.. coa.ny in your cunly with location business and post ofilce address. The above quotations need your immediate attention, and repoits should he forwarded at earliest date. This eirrular is coiitl.lenttal and directed tr. you by order of his imperial majesty, the em peror. Several Japanese of more or less prominence were seen regarding the document. Some denied all knowledge of it. others admitted they had heard something about it, but none of them would admit that it had any particular significance at this time. FOR RYDER'S LYNCHERS. !ov. AtltbiHon Offer. Rewards for Tliolr ArreKt anil Conviction. Atlanta, Ha., July 29. After giving a secret bearing to two nf the brothers of Dr. W. L. Ryder, the white man lynched in Talbot county last week, Gov. Atkinson offered the following re wards: Five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of the first two members of the mob that lynched Ryder; S100 for each subsequent arrest aud conviction, and S'i."0 for arrest and conviction of any person or persons hindering or in terfering with the bringing of the lynch ers to just ice. The governor announces that he has in bis possession the names of several of the lynching mob, which numbered only 15, with positive proof against three of them. He expresses his determination to exert the full power of his office to punish the guilty parties. BUILDIN3AND LOAN MEN. onlrers Fleeted at the Convention at De. trolt. Mich. Detroit, Mich., July 29. At theelos ing meeting of the Xational Building and Loan convention the following of ficers were elected: President, L. W. Sanborn. Galesbnrg, 111.: first vice president, Win. L. Hloom, Buffalo: second vice-president, Timothy R. Foster, Vicksburg, Miss.; third vice president, Thomas J. Fitzmorris, Omaha; treasurer, Win. C. Shepard, Grand Rapids: Secretary Herman F. Cellarius, Cincinnati: Assistant Secre tary George F. Kostmayer, New Or leans, the members of the executive committee, one member from each state, and after brief remarks from the new president the convention ad journed sine die. Ilomlno, the Famous Kaee Horse, Dead. Lexinoton, Ky., July 29. Domino, the famous race horse, died at the farm of James R. Kecnc at 3 a. m. of meningitis. He was taken ill Wednes day, and six veterinaries could Dot save him. . Domino was foaled in 191. and won about S100.00CI in stakesand purses. lirace Allen Acquitted. Chaxpi.er. Okla.. July 29. The pre liminary examination, on the charge of poisoning 1'hronia Eokes and her moth er, of Grace Allen, Wednesday, resulted in her acquittal. Her discharge was received with satisfaction. She re turned to her home at Fredonia, Kas. Tlie Trark of the Ie!tige. Xew York. July 29. The floods which did such damage in Xew Jersey Wednesday have somewhat receded. It their wake is a trail of wrecked barns, ruined crops, impaired railroad tracks and all the traces of a full fledged deluge. Tlie President and rartjr. White Hail, X. Y.. July 29. Presi dent MeKinley and party arrived at Bluff Point station about 8:50 a. m. on a Delaware & Hudson special train. The party was taken to the Hotel Lhamplain shortly after seven o'clock. Yerkes Telescope ot in Working Order. Chicaiio, July 29 The Yerkes tele scope at Lake Geneva was not in work ing order, and no eclipse observations of particular value were made in the vicinity of Chicago. Foreigners Must F.nroll. BtM-wii.K. July 29. The chamber of deputies has passed a bill compelling all foreigners who have had a year's residence to enroll themselves in the civic guard. HJINEY T. K4WTS, Jm .I.rHBU fl 810 NB DUETS & Pnnnrnl Tunn til Main Street, ris Aiu GREENVILLE, MISS We represent none but reliable companies' and solicit a share of your business. i. S. WALKER, President. W. TilOs. Ros-S, C--hi: Ha ail Flour Cireenville. ml Collections and Correspondence Solicited. HAll corraipondenoe answered aud remittances made o day recci Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Foreign Exchange on all Civilized Countries. XEW YOMK CORRESPONDENT: ISTA-TTOlSrX. PARK BAXK. ESTABLISHED 1SS5. FOUNDRY and MACHINE WORKS 220 to 221 Central Arenas. Pay Special Promptness 1 . tlie JT7; -.. .i '.a Attention V". ' -V- ' .J -.?J. 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