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THE DlBPATCH IfOUN
WHOLE Nr.MP.Klv' JT
RICHMOND, VA.. .V. NOVEMBER:
PRICE TWO CENTS.
North Carulina 4* Farm?
ers" Were Defeated in
Mutter, for V. P. I" Circled Caro?
lina's FCnd on Fake Place Kick
and Only Touchdown
?p of teams.
V. P l
I, 6; A. & M., o.
, ten thousand people. L'ne
. ekle . .
. . . Edwards
for Virrir; ?
te Tide Had Turned.
ta* \ ?
who i. i o [ii, four
: have ht?
Nothing in First Half.
Th*? first ha'f wa? tn<1--. Uti >? the two
Wall matrtlK-d throna;hoiit.
ts. hut t*?e
(ConUnud on Seventh Paje.)
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S
At Philadelphia: Cornell, O; Penn
At _??ton. Pa.: Lafayette. 26; Dick?
At Marietta, Ohio: Marietta. 12;
At Washington: Georgetown, 16;
George Washington University, 6.
At Washington: Howard Un>ve
12: Shaw University, of Rai
At Plttaburg: Western Unlveraity of
Pennsylvania. 0: Pennsylvania State
At St. Louis- St. Lou's University.
39; Iowa Unlveraity. 0.
At Kansas City: University of Kin
ea*. O: university of Missouri. 0
At Lincoln. Neb.: Nebraska. 41; Cin?
At plcnmond V. P 1.6; North Car?
olina A. <_ M
At Ashevi.le. Asheville Team. 56;
Che-oke? Indian?. 0.
At Nashvii.e: Vanderb.1t. 20; Sewa
At Deland. Fla.: Stetson University,
2. Rollins C
At JacKion Mas? University of M?s
??ss'ppi. 2*?; Agricultural and Mechan?
ical College. 5
At Lyrchburg- Davidson College. S;
At ? -arri School. 10;
A? Nc~?olk: Ca?l .?. indians. 18; V*lr
LI.E5 IF FCU?
PLACED lil PERIL
TWO ARE SL.3HTLY HURT
\"u In jut
- -i la a my*.
:r w ere
. to be
?a met. an.l
disposal of <ith?r
YOUNG ?311 MUN
Taken Suddenly 111 While on a
Visit and Expires in Short
I-' I 111
: Pltal . .. .- .
law nt th.
i to |
?um of iii haaltl uj on ..
' ?'rl.-nda In Charlotti
THROWN FROM WAGON;
. The Tlm?*-l?i?r>a:<-ri J
ABINGDON, VA. .No..?:,, her I
x ? a mill n
Hirown from ? wagon ?ri?
la not known Flanagan Is about
.'ara old. and a wife ?urvlve?
A Female Teacher From
?Men Plain h acts
THE MA.\Y D JTIES
OF i He Pi\I X.PALS
Teachers of Rural Schools Have
Conference and Instructors in
Pnm?ary Grade? rioid
. n?l wire
e pr?>?fnt. f?r Hamm
.i ami it
?P^ko In hie r'ar?! h,jt or. n differ
je-t TI I le-r-tliPa by Di
VnMori.il A*TTli-u:turnJ :
OF THE TEACHERS
M re t
,.-. 1 Lee I'ni*. fruity. presUlp-l. and in
(?^untlnued on Third Page.)
FUR EIGHT-HG?R DAY
Say Responsibility Is Too Great
for Present Working
- uti- UM
which had I
- ne the
: ii h
W)t.i ga. The movement ia
?rlmUar reaolatltona bar* b??<?n
tiona of the
and ?>hlo Itali.-.
s now have to work
rear, it i? pe4al
.H favor of tbatr
mt for ft shorter day and : ?
hillty of train ?rhrdulee rest" up? st?
and that, owing to their long bou rj
.luv? In th.
. phynh all? fa tul to
i duties In proper manner.
PRESIDENT SAMUEL SPENCER KILLED
IN REAR-END COLLISION ON SOUTHERN.
SIX OTHERS PERISH, MANY INJURED
President cf Southern Railway system and director in many leading corporation?.
OB. LEE FULLS;
APOPLEXY WAS THE CAUSE
pr t<?ti. ed for
Juncl i .
CAPACI?N PBR? fiT
SWEET BRIAR ?URNED
NORTH CiPOLINA MUN
SHOOTS HIS WIFE DOWN
lu r Inntantl?,
REFUSED TO ADMIT
SAILOR WEARING UNIFORM
Turm of Hi?
1'nltifd Stat. ? '
of lila ? . liment.
t.? den. r.iform admission
to the rink.
DI~_nAi?1 -HO.VIN- LOCATION OF
He Was Entering Her Home in
Father's Absence and She Put
Five Bullets in Him.
;i.N'T. ?N, re r , N
? home of M
on in his body. Brigg*
. a moment and I
hiId firrd thre<? more .?hot?.
bullet taking effect, an.l Briggs staggered
G. M. Bennett, Well-Known Rail?
road .?lan, Caught Between
Cars and Crushed.
Internal injurir??. ;
fear? old, and Ivis :
al! ulong th? dlvMon
DIES IN PHILADELPHIA!
v. November JO.-Cap- :
tain Edmund Berkeley, of A;lam
th? Se? hoard All
it pany. A\ei at a ? -
as the reen it of en O]
. iiroH.l <Jn.l?rs, uti- j
?u -iiy-nlna years aid. '
Fast Tra: Dashes Into An?
other, to Which Was At?
tached President Spen?
cer's Private Car.
FIRE FOLLOWS WRECK, BURNING
THE DEAD ALMOST TO A CRISP
Engine Had to Be Sent From Lynchburg to
Extinguish Flames Which Bid Fair to
Complete Ruin Begun by Collision,
Many Heroic Deeds Relieve Drear
Outline of Fatal Accident.
The dead are :
PRESIDENT SAMUEL SPENCER. New York City.
CHARLES D. FISHER, commission merchant. Baltimore,
PHILIP SCHULYER, retired capitalist. New York City.
D. W. DAVIS, of Alexandria, Va., private dispatcher to Mr.
FRANK T. REDWOOD, of Baltimore.
- POLLOCK, colored, porter on President Spencer's
car. who died in hospital in Lynchburg.
Unknown man, supposed to be third porter on Mr. Spencer's
LTNCHBURG, VA. Nnvoniht-r 39.-Samuel Spencer, president of th?
Southern Railway Company and re. oerni?ed ?is ?mo of th" foremost men
In the developmenl of the Southern State?, waa kill?M this morning at.
6:10 o'clock in a reai-end collision. In which ?wo fast passenser trains
wer?? involved. t?-n n h of Lynchburg and a mile n??rth of Law?
yer's Depot. In th" same three of his guests were kil'ed. only his
private secret-try. l-l A Merrill, of New York City. an?l one of the three
- surviving th?* accident.
The accident is one of the moil heartrending that has occurred in
Virginia foi suited in s and
one colored Pullman porter, while ti. d persons were injured.
Chief dead are Samuel of New York, president of the
Southern Railway Company, and a party of friends who wt ipany
ing him on a tri)? to the South The members of this party wen? Charles
D. Fisher, of Baltimore, Md. Philip Schuyler, of New York City, and Mr
Redwood, of Baltin
The dead ar nuel Spencer, v
D. Fisher, of Baltimore, Md.; Philip Schuyler, of New York City; Prank
T. Redwood, of Baltimore, Md.; D. W. Davis, of Alexandria. Va., private
dispatcher to '.? colored porter on President
Spencer's car. who d ?iit.il here; an unknown *. hcx-e head
and limbs -ire burned off short, who Is bellered to be the third porter on
the pi . who is missing. His ? no1 be lean
The injured are. Lucretla Allen, colored. Danville, Va. les broken
and amputated below the knee, left arm badly broken : Willis J. Winston.
. ?ne Hundred and Twenty-seventh Street. New York City, let
broken; .) W. shaw, color?-?!. Spencer, N. c . fireman, badly crushed and
both le>rs broken; Garland Thomas, colored ?.?. N C . leg broken
and badly bruised np; P. R. Vi idlj broken
up an oken:
Sam ? porter <>n the I ?'.li Fin s \\
Washington, I> c. U-K broken. Cruette, a fcnown, the supreme
of the Heptasopha. hack badly wrenched; Son Hoglan, colored.
Charlotte, N C, badi) bruised leg; B. A. Merrill. New York Cit... pri\ate
enl Spencer head and arms badly burnett: will recover.
DEATH CAME II'O.V THEM A si I I l
Spencer and iii ? sleep?
ing when . ? happened, and the probabl hat al! of them.
excepting Dispatcher Dm killed instant!-.. II is certain that turn
before the flamea touched ti sidem Spencer's body waa}
beyond recognition, ; Mr Fisher. The body mt
Mr Schuyler vins taken from under the train before ir was burned very much
as lying directly ni ;>?g locomotive of the
? fon?- of the Impact that the forward train
Koing over and upon the
body of M and the en
'he combination car
forwa Its truck, and crushed
A-n with Tor.*, i?!'
was . The combination r
mu leave the
hauled to a siding, on top a
How the colored ii.ni.senger.- In t!. s known a?
ON CREST OF 8TEI P GRADE.
The . \Manta
ir, if as
Had It been s mile or two 1 - dead mtsrht
frightful, nit two ! ind its schedul?*.
idition ?ii ; o than
?>f ?li? ? ni?, the n?.
Atlanta train on th? the Jacksonville *
The Jacksonville f rain I?
aile north of Lawyer's bi<? k station, ai
miles before ii. slopped to return 1
nita train, and the Ide .
coach nf President Sp? :.
Cutting its wa* ?1.numil th? . 0 f????t.
.'n- wrecli rf the
Immediately took tire and a article of wood
he locom? . th? track
a helpless mass of twisted and .! ?
a? rap i
Mi HU Hi AM) CHILD'S ESCAPE.
Jacksonville train was composed of a postal car. a combination
.<e and passenger coach, an ordlni Pullman sleepers
and President Spencer? car The renr end of the rear ?leeper to which *h<*
private coach waa attached M ia open almost ha f
the distance of Ita! lenpth. Ir. the drawing-room. In the rear end of the
Pullman, next to the pr.. :?> an Iriuh lady, whose name
not be learned, and her ? - ter en route with a party or
Aiken, 8. C. That the mother and child were not mangled bevor 4
oirnltlon seems pad human romprehenalon. When the rescuers among 'ha
passengers rearhod them they **ero covered with at least two feet of
?*ere nnlc??p \s ' and 'hoy were thrown o
berths, bur nu far aa ?sara t?ot Injured In the slightest <...
?.ei'tlu?; u uorcaesa, that ?vosulted Iront th? fall. The lillie girl, when she