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is I Hare Uay the Candidate Speak prak nt Clifton ClinonF Clron Clronek
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5ja1 gpit da < to t O TIM Th WMhtoclMi W P Pt Pt t
KKbmond Hkbmon V Va Ot O St 2Sat S4U Chairman Chiran ChiranJLfa
Ki JLfa > On < wu u daUe d1isiio1d < M W oSm d today toy In not n
fc hno nnc from f Mr r Aryan 71 wham hm he had hadhoped badnfp
hoped nfp to te Indue Inuc induce to I sf > eak O k at A Clifton llfton llftontf
Krx1 tf tonight loalM Mr r Bryan Dy wac va W to speak k kHmlon
Hon w V Va va V at t a a this UI afternoon afternoonfci aCer on onr
fci r throuffh thrt correspoodaiw er with wih the th
v c t Virginia rna chairman chlan Mr r Btfyeon Ktlr hopl hop
I to arrange araqe for Mr Mr Ir Bryan Drral to have h his hli
S cr run r down to Clifton Ctto Forge POIO for him himI
I rpeak fI there Ih r tonight to ht and an th than n pro
P 1 to Waaainalen
t < Wuin WuinTh1
Thin Th1 1114 will 11 be b th tM mot mot Interesting InterOUng weok weokof wok wokf weokt
t of f th I tho ttunpaJgn Cf in I Richmond IUehmen from a a1r I
irrocratlc 1r crat Undpolnt l npt Hon lon George Gerge C Ct
triiun t rlul ot c Washington Whtngo and R IL Lindsay Lindsayteflon 1lnsay
teflon fn of Louloa Lu will wi apeak lak here to tonorH I
narrow norH night lt at th thy flrst art th at public pbUe meeting re ineeIin Ung Ungf
of f tw tl tI Bryan Hr7an Stevenaon Senn and an Lamb Lmb Club Cub Cubno
jvriiitur no Ttjr IIJr John L L Jeffrie Jetn will wi speak spk on ont
t UIr ciurch h Hill lUl TfcMrMay Nay night Iht and an at the th
i ay y Waro War Actives Acl eetebratkm elrtin of the theTrancontin th tholranacontinntal
Trancontin TnalUnntal lranacontinntal ittal Club Cb rally rly Saturday Sturay SturayHun
Hun James Ja LlndMy Un Gordon Goron of New NewYork
York and Attorney General
AtOry Generl Montague lltaGte lltaGteII
II iH llak llakTht iafc ieakTh iafcThe
The Tht Th Mld lI441eothera1 1 < lloM OllrfU er0ftd Papiiltets hett haTe
tiled tt with Uh Secretary tr of the Commonwealth CommonwDhh
Uiwkgi I notice JU of thcandldacy thtonu of tholr
Sectors J dOr In Virginia Inl so 1 that tht those thst who wl
a < desire drlr may m vote ote tb th tho straight strllht Populist
tlktL t14kt ticket t Following Folown are ar the electors electorsAt etON
At Jnr isruW W M TiMtejr 1 Ti4 at f nke K t Ve County Csty J
L I KIbis at Ceiity
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l IJHrkt i trlrt ei lctur ctixaPortk Fourth 0rt Cepbaa eepl N Stacy Ste of ofAIa
AIa Arari > a Slita II 1utk Or D 1 IV T Th4a > MJI W V KraM XUR If uf t Camp CaIJ
Ill Il u ii ScTtiU William WtIIIa 11 n
Wlll I ManIa Iutl of Clarke CIuk
Ki E4M tU OKWM o W Bradahaw Blw of lt Loudoun Luln Lulni
i DeuiDcrnlic Jtlocrnllc Knlljiit UIIlt SluiiHlnii SIIUHlou SIIUHlouSiaunton tututHtohI
Staunton Va a Oct Oct 22 2The ZLThe The Democrats Democrts
had thing thin all al their tltlr own way here today to dQY
the th Republican Rpubkanl having no speakers spoker3 Ad I Iof
drtIIM drtsa 1 were rt madt made b by Robert E Lee Jr Jror
of Fairfax Fairfa and Senator Snator Eugene Withers
ihers ihersof
of Jr Iittsylvanijt 1ItsJmla With Vtth ih a u good goo deal el of the i
Jolly Jul manner mn r of his cousin Fitzhugh FIZhU hLCC Lee
t the tit younger Bob Bb Le L Lee discussed dllussed Imperial Imporal II
IMH trusts and militarism mltarllm and surprised surprise
his I audience auditnee by the th adroitness adroitnes with which whichI
I he attacked Uacke McKinley and Hanna HannaSenator HannaSnato IlannaSrnatot
Senator Snato Withers Wihers made the strongest strongestilttth strongestIItdl
ilttth heard hetrd here In the campaign In his hisnert hissflrt
tflcrt nert to ahow how 01 how by ty successive succesive steps the
H nt publican Iublcan party INrty arty first 1rst with wih Its financial fnancial fnancialklk financialpti1y
IRliry klk controlled controle by trusts trust sought to tostrangle tollntngle
strangle llntngle the republic rellublc enforcing its It death dlath I
grip grll gr1 with wih with a constantly con tantl growing standing standIngutumy i I
tumy lie said Roosevelt Rooeolt Hanna and I
Secretary fcretar Gage by b their recent public pUblc ut utttrances
terances ttrances would largely contribute to the the11an thotanceu I
11an tanceu thances of Bryans success successCiting succe
Citing Ciing the Aldrich currency act drawn drwn I
ly Secretary retr Gage Gfgc the speaker declared dcc r rtiat I
that tiat act encouraged encourged the endless ond1es chain cbalndraught I
draught upon upn the Treasurys Tr asurs gold resehe resere reservt
1 and authorized auUrlzo the Secretary Soretar of the i
Treasury to make and soil sel bonds at dis discrtiion dlsnllon
crtiion without wihout direction 11rfcton of the Congress Congrcsl I
Dr other tther governmental advice fdlce Comment Commenting CommentinK
4 inK on Mr Ir Gages earlier earler congratulation congratulaton I I
that the currency question queston was settled setted
J he showed shoU d that a short time tme later he he h
Pulsed thted a hue and cry cr at the Insecure con
I fitlon fton ltion of the nations natons currency scheme
I Mo said sid Mr r Gage had hat been beenre reduced uced to tojttlable toII ts tsIutlabte
jttlable II lsble plight pl ht when Carl Schurz opened openedlire opend opendlre openeu
4 lire lre on him mm and drove him to seek refuge
In silence silenceThe sience sienceho silenceThe
The ho mention menton of Senator Floods Floots name nameaH
waK aH roundly rlundlr cheered che red In this hotbed of ofBrtlFlood ottrtFloot o otuttlFlood
BrtlFlood trtFloot feeling feelng Tonight Senator SenatorWithers SenatorWithers
Withers addressed nddresN a big crowd of busl buslUt busthess
ness Ut S men at the th Democratic Democratc club ropms ropmstin ropmsnIIIUI ro ms
nIIIUI tin 11uuttuuuily In n 1 1 y Helmed UIINed a I Joint Debate febnlc febnlcI
I Luray Iura Va Oct Oct 22 ZA 22A A large crowd crowdgathered crwd crwdathretl crow ii
gathered athretl here today toda expecting a joint jointls join t
discussion ls < uslon between the political pltcl spell spellbinders spl I
binders binters Congressman Hay Mr r George GeorgeJ C
J I Browning of Madison lladlson and several severalothers 2everal 2everalother severn LI
others other represented the Democrats while whileJlon whie whieJ whil e
lion J n C M r GIbbens Gbbens candidate cndidate for Con Congress Conires I ¬
gress ires gres Rev A P Funkhouser Fnkhouser of Har Harrisonhurg Hari
i risonhurg rlonbur and Capt Capt C XL M Louthon of ofMadison otIatlsot c cS Lt
Madison Iatlsot represented repreented the Republicans Republcns A AI S
I reposition ropJlton from the Democrats Democrts for a aJlint t
joint discussion diiuNlon between Congressman Congressmanliuy CongressmanHuy
t liuy and Candidate Can ldate GIbbons Gbbns was refused refused1y refusedth
1y the th Republicans Helmblcans while whie a courter courterproiositlon courter courterrr
proiositlon rr lf llon from the Republicans Republcans for a aj
J1nt j in nt discussion between Mr Funkhouser Fnkhouser Funkhous r
2 nd Congressman ongre man Hay was refused reruse by bythe b y
f the Democrats Dtmorats on Cn the ground gound that Mr MrFunkhcuser MrFunkhGusr M Mt r
u Funkhcuser FunkhGusr Is not Mr Ir Hays opponent opponentfht opponentrht opponen opponenTht t
fht speaking spaking began bJsn in the court house houseat houseat hout e eat s
at noon lon Candidate Candldltt Gibbens Gbbens and Mr MrFunkhouser MrFunkho 31 r rPunkhouser
Funkhouser Funkho r addressing a large lar e audience audienceThp audienceJ
J Thp hI h Democrat Dtlort took possession posscslon of the thecour theour tk tkcour
cour our house houie at the te conclusion of the thO Re Republican Reubacln lbd ¬
publican ubacln meeting meUn and Ind a large crowd crwd crow d I
j In II OanI ard Congressman COIreulrn Hay and Mr Ir Brown Brownln BrownIn Brownlog 1
ln log
KiitliiihlnHin 111111ln1 nt Fanqninr FanqninrVarrenton I nlquir nlquirYarenton
t Varrenton Yarenton Va a Oct 22 22The The Democrats Democrats9f Is 3
I 9f f Fnuquler Ffuquler were enthused enthuSl today totay as a asa at atno att Lt t
t no a time tme during the campaign cmpign Attorney AttorneyGi Ator Attorne y yG yCi f
Gi G neral Montague Iontaxe Hon John F Rlxey Rlxeynj Rlxeyan Rlxe V Vie t
an tuiJ nj Wilitam Hodges Hoge Mann Inn were the theT therwak ti ie a
ersakens T rwak aker r < Each Ech speaker pkor dwelt tlwel mainly en enIt Gnt c In i
It t trusts tMt truat but all al the chief chie issues lisues came in inr inr I In in i
r a full tul discussion dl u8lon Montague was ap apiiuded ai aiiauded
t 11ude iiuded frequently fruent and his eloquence eloquencenuif eoqun e eIlc et 3
t nuif Ilc tie a I telling tetng effe efot effect t The Democrats Democratsi ts tsr s
I i r are thoroughly tborouJhl united unite Perfect Perfet har harni harIln lua r rny
ni Iln ny prevails pevAUl and Fauqulers Fauquiers majority majorityur mljorl y ys
ur lr iryan will wi be greater than four years yearsM yea ears earss s
1 s 3CI M J Rodgcrs Hoers Republican RepbUcan candidate candidatefir candidateI to B
I Cl fir 1 Congress ConlrO arrived srr8 In the afternoon afternoonand afernoon afernoonInJ afternocand un J
and InJ uddreseed IJdre a I Republican Republcan meeting meetng held heldit heldII he hi
it II in tht basement Lmtt of the courthouse eurthouse com coms con conI 1
f 1 > < s j J almost almt entirely entrely of negroes negroesM noglousarul
M i < arul > ruse Va Oct 22 2There 22There There was a aj ai
i j Jtmt irt susslon ulon usIott here today between J H HC Hc I IC I
C c l Ltvrley < verier rley of Essex Eux and C Conway Conwe ty tyI
1 1 dtr ikT of this thi place plae representing r freentn the thel thelomvrat tl o oa l
I l lomvrat niucrata and an M 1 A Colas COIO of Northum NorthumI Northunrtnd a
I It i rtnd md County Cont representing rlprHthu the Rtpub Rtpublans R Repu RepuLuia ph phIll
lans Ill The attendance aUnlulco was vas small mnl but at att a aive
I t < itive ive and Mitthuaifcstic MitthuaifcsticMunassa InlhualaUc InlhualaUcIanaa enthusiaatien
n Munassa Ianaa Va V Oct OL 22 iThe The Democratic Democraticclub DemGrltc DemGrltcl Ic IcII c
l club of Manassas anU8 has hs arranged arrdnge for an all alltity nl U Umtlb II
tity me mtlb mcethstc tiuK Mud nd tins rNg raising rwln Friday Oc OcIoer Oehlr 0 0ter C
Ioer hlr X instead hlhad of Wednesday as a an anii anIuncpt ai aitinceti
ii Iuncpt > unct tinceti < t The Th speaking ipakln will wi begin bgin at 11 11ii 1 J iIL
IL ii i m n fl Edwin Jwin Newman man of Washington Ya hlngton Is Isexpected 1 1epte Isexpected S
expected epte to be present presentM Ir preseaLA nt
A M Il I H IK u uo a lets leullr lor luii luuresln uuuiree resx In Ulshili UlshiliFrederickslMirg JUlul
I 1 FrederickslMirg reerckbr < Va Oct 2t 2 The Thenuinea Then0md TI TInames lie
names n0md of fifteen litn candidates enldle for Congress CongressIn Con Congre rt I0l I0lIn 3
In the Ib Eighth Ehth district will wi api allr > ear on the theorticial theoridal ti rue rueItciai e
orticial oridal Itciai uUI baUot The Th public pbic generally Ienerly Is Isaware Iiaware Isaware
aware of but bt two Hon lon John F Rlxey RlxeyI RXOY RXOYrort R1x 1 1Irnocra
I Irnocra > < rnocral rort and aJ Hon BoA W V J 1 Rogers ROKer Re Republican ReIHl ft e elubIican ¬
publican IHl ean and an will wl be b surprised Irlr to nnd nndon fn flu id iden > 1
on on their ballot blo that tha there are ae thirteen thirteenoh thjrtt thirtei en enotior n
01 otior oh hr r candidates candidatesungressman clndltl I
I < ungressman ncrt W A A JoneS Jon addressed addrte the theD th thDtmuratl tI I C CIkinucrats
D Dtmuratl Ikinucrats < m > crals at the te courthouse crtl here to toniKht toniht 0
niKht He U had h a large Ilrll audience aule He Hetouched HetJubt I It 0Ic Ic
touched tJubt t uthtd upon meet of the issues Ilu of the ther thl tI lie liectmpidit i
j impalgn r tlJic the tl trust tlU truota and Imperialism Impiam ba bain bel k o oiuig ¬
iuig in l irongir Itro denounced due ana a the admlnls admlnlst adm admIrtlon admlnl Isus Is
t Irtlon rut ion tdd criticised generally rU in vigorous vigoroust vreus vigore vigoretrm us s
J t l t trn trm < rms Th Ths a Democratie ltmolU club escorted ue Mr MrJ 3 Ir Irj I
r J JJ > nm to 0 the tI courthouse crtb Chairman ChiN H H HWiUaoe I ntiIaee i
J WiUaoe tla tiIaee preaMed pt ptsaldedA i iA I i
j A UryaBjHevenaonJenes HryaDeYUJOI club clul has h been beeneriuaixed bHnerrul be en enerx4uutzd u
eriuaixed errul in f Ily Ridy edy ClD Church Chore dtetricc ditt Care C Cai 0 1
Ill County unIY with wth headquarters huqurten at Penola 1enol Pinol
J II I Hlatkler lul Rliukle la l the tt BreeJdent R f S Hor HorKcive UnrIl lie in
7 Kcive vice president l Jft and ar J H I De D Jar Jari JartMk Jn Lr LrI
i I ttr t ttrretary crotry c
v r Oodstock tMk it A t 0 Of Oat t a 22he The he county countyiiirtiiin enty eoun ty y
df iiirtiiin Hun commiMlon ommllo II in session Ist her I hire t to togetting told I lo
L Il ld Ly > getting Iua ready rr be b official ofJ ballots bUou far farcoming torI I or oreleCtioL f
I I coming ai rctln elecikdi The T Th tickets tkt will wl be b b bh
UK II h Inct urKt t ever used under the present pr et ettItiu t I i
uH uo t
UiUun tItiu < ldiun law lawSyttlil lawVt
r Vt th I 1 fUtc it tivc lfme lfmea Ilenue Ilenue3sMal I
Syttlil a U t The n WMM w Waiaa MM P P Pt PtL t tteuiTuik
L teuiTuik au tdTulk < k Va V Oct < t ftp Tht Th rOMWenoo rCflO of 0 I l lI
I Hurriiaae urrha Branch Jnk th ti the daloetlvtr duuv tluatu tiyu four fourmiles tor tormit to tsr tsrty r
miles mit from troU from Suffolk Surolk was WOl invaded Invndo Sunday Sun Sundn ar1 ty j
wh whCh while hle ile he and his wte wit were at church by
i iM Charles Ch arles WHItann Wiim colored oolord who chuh forced tore an anentrance anentrne anrance
entrance entrne ent entMi rance and attempted atempte an atazult auult on onUnnle
M Minnie Mi Miloc Unnle nnie Jones Jon s the cook cok The woman womanked
1 lecked lecke loc locfor < ked herself heTelt into Ino a a room and screamed screamedfor
for forand help Williams was frightened sreme
I Wllaml trghtene away awayand awayfnd
and fnd wag a8 afterward aterward arrested arrsted He had a
ktlnJ hea heaand S ring e euVy uVy today before fore Justice JU5tc Bunting
aM iwff WA wan hlld held for court Mf Mrs Ir Branch Brnch DunlDI said sid
srnihl to totra night sheu sheuwouM she would oul hate shot ih the In
t trader trder tra der had hd she ahebeen been at horn home homeLUJl home
Gcnernl Ge CeS nerni ernl Synod fod Invited Iled Inltc4to to Solicit olch United UuhedQuuton
ctlonAppiiriIiiiiiiicnt > Queitloa Quuton Quutonsd
Sfedul sd S dal u c Tb n flue WtiWnjten Wulncen P Pat Pest t
MWdletown M Ildletoun Md Jd d Oct Ot 22At 2At At this morn mor
Ings In inn s session of
Busln o the Lutheran Juthern Synod SrnO the theCb
fifth fift Cb h ballot balot for the ninth clerical cerlel delegate delegateto d I Qte Qteto
t to totio the genera general nerl synod 8yno resulted re5lte in the elec lee
tlon 101 tio n of Rev R C S Trump Trmp of Martlasbur larln5br
w V Va Va This complete the delegation delegaton delegatonJlemate
Alternate Jlemate A Aas clerical cercal delegates delegtes were elected electedas eletE
as a i follows follws Revs n J E Meaner Iaurler Booties lon lonbre
bore bo re U S G
bre boDe Rupp Baltimore Baltmore E H HDlk
Delk Dlk De Dev llc Hagerstown Hagerstow Dr J 1 G Duller Duter Dr DrE
W v E Parsons Paron Dr L M 11 3 Kuhn Wash ¬
in ington inJton Ing ton William Wiiam Remeburg1 MyerJville 1 r1me
G W V Baughman Unlonlown Unlonto G A A Roy l o oer
ei er Carmel Carel W V Va Va
The T he delegation deleglUon was Instructed Instrce to restet reswtstrongly
at strongly str ongly any proposed proe Increase Inease ot of the theprOent
pi present prOent ouunt apportionment apportionmentAt apprtonment apprtonmentAt
At A t the afternoon aternon session selon a resolution resolutionoffered roluti reeolinanered n nofere
0 offered ofere off ered by b Rev Rc Dr Owen of Hagerstown Hagerstownthat H8e Haenetownat loWn loWnthat
ti that at the delegation deegation to the general gen rl synod synodbe no
jx be 0 Instructed Instrce to lay before that body br mat matters matns
t ters te ns of marriages mriages and an divorces dlvtrel looking loktng to tounited tounltf
u united un ited action b
unltf by general Lutheran bodies boies boiesof bodiesthe
ol of the country countr was was adopted adoptedRevs adpte
Revs nev S s W Owens and Dr Dunbar DunbarBalhnore
B Baltimore Balhnore Ba ltimore Victor Miller Uler an Leitersburg Iilersbur and
M Mesers ler esers W V A F Kemp and John C Din msJer
ler were elected ejete directors of the theologlc thologlcI
a al I seminary mlnar at Gettysburg Getsburg after aCer quire lluie a atullon
discussion tullon < dii fj cuuunion An amendment amenment to the const const
u totion tuton tu tion was adopted requiring reuiring licentiates lcnUates lcnUatesto
t to < be examined oamlne on studies of the third t ir
y year yer yerThe ye ar
The Womans Home and ForeIgn Foreign Mis Missonar 3lisnary
sionary sonar slo nary Society Soiety contributed cntrbto during the theyear theer
y year ye er ar 8777 ZT77 m beside besld Ide boxes of supplies supples val value
y ued ue ue d at over to tlOUG W
Prof Keedy Kee of Hagerstown la rtown opened the theafernoon
a afternoon afernoon af ternoon session seslon with wih prayer A va vacancy 3
cncy ca < cancy ncy at SublllasviHe S blasle was reported reportedA
A motion moton to adjust the apportionment apportionmentcontroversy apporionment apporionmentcontroversy
c controversy co the
on per capita basis was
defeated der de feated
In recognition recogniton of the blessings of the thepast thect
p past pa ct year car and the hopeful hopf I future the thesyrncj
syrncj 5104 sy roti stood while whie the venerable venerble and hon honorea
o orea or ec Dr Valentine Valentne of Gettysburg Gttysburg of otfere
f fered fere fe red prayer pr er erThe
The place pnce of meetIng mcetng for or next year elr was wasler
j left ler le ft to the officers otcen to decide The efiuca f euca uca ucatonal
t tlonal tonal ti onal committee commltfe was Instructed to take takeon lakeon
o on onic its fund the young Olg man from the he vicin viin vklny ¬
ity Iy ic y of Middletown ldtletown whose rejection rejecton was as the thecause thecause theuse
cause ca use of lively lvely discussion Friday rlda rldaThe
The synod adjourned adjourne sine die at 5 5oclock i
oclock o clock Tonight Rev John A Berly Berlymissionary BerlYmlslonar
n missionary mlslonar m to India delivered delvered an address addresson
o on oh n foreign missions Revs Stanley Stnley Bill BI Bittelmer
h helmer elmer Washington Washin ton Charles Relmvald
Emmitsburg E and George Enders assisted nSSsttd assistedthe
In the service serviceXOHFUU
I Hrnnn Urntl li rnun Given Six SixIoutlo4 Month Jloltht Watson Din Dincliirccil Di flucliurccdlaticr
cliirccil chrlerIaler cliurccdlaticr lalter n 1ontnl 10Htni Clerk ClerkSpecial ClerkSpfclal
s Special Spfclal Sp ecial to The Te Washington WablnJon Post Post
Norfolk orolk Va Oct Oct 22 2Wllam 22William William J Brann Brnn Brnnalns p
r alias alns al ias William WIIa Wentworth of New York Yorkand Yorkand
a and nd Samuel G Blackwocd alias ala John JohnWatson JohnVatson L
Watson W Wre V atson of Congress Heights D DC C C ar arrelted
r rested relted re sted Saturday Satura night in connection connecton with wih wihan viti L
a an n attempt atempt to pass a worthless check for forat
33 z at Snks Cos Main Ialn street stree store stor storwere
v were w ere arraigned In the Police Polce Court this thismoring thi I
r juiiiui moring m orning Brann UIUHH was > ua sentenced sentenced to 10 six sixmonths sl slmonths
n months m onths In jail for attempting atemptng to obtain obtainmone 1
n money mone m oney under false pretenses Watson was wasdischarged wa wadischarged 3
d discharged dischargedThe dI
The latter later Is or has ha been ben a United UnitedStates UnitedStates I
S States tates postal clerk on the run rn between betweenNew
New N ew York and Washington D C The Thepair Thepair Thtair
P pair air registered at the Atlantic Atantc Hotel HotelThursday Ho Hotehursday el elThursday I
1 Thursday T hursday as William Wiia Wentworth and andJohn andJohn an anohn
J John ohn Watson atson They are supposed suppsed to have havecome haecome hav S
c come ome to this city from Baltimore Baltmore Brann Brannwhen Brannwhen
ji when w hen llrst frst arrested posed as a son of Po Poce ¬
lice lce li ce Magistrate Magistrte Wentworth of New York YorkMUKDERER York YorklUlDEHEn
lUlDEHEn MUKDERER MAY lIA Y GO FREE lnEElecnlar8tnrul I IPeculiar
I Peculiar lecnlar8tnrul l eculiarScntucofNegroitepnleyedlnlyeu Stntim of ofNearo Neero cprleved It In Welt WeilVirginia Weltiralnla C
Virginia iralnla Lnitt Init January JanuarySpecial JuuunrySpcAl
s Special SpcAl S to The Washington Wahlncon Post PostWheeling Past PastWheeling
Wheeling Wheelng W Va Va Oct Oct 22Lud 2Lud Madi Madison Madli Madion ¬
i s son s on who was sentenced to be hanged at atI a t
I Moundsville Moundsvle M last January seems to be beabout beabout b C
l about a bout to
escape punishment for the mur muren ¬
der d en of a negro In Fayette Fete for which he hewas hewas h e
J was w as sentenced sent lced Two wo days before execu execution execution execuion ¬
tion t ion day Gov Atkinson granted granted ninety ninet I
days d ays reprieve The case seems to have havesince havcsince hay e
since s ince escaped escape the minds of those in au authority authoriy I ¬
thority thoriy t and Madison Is still stl In he peal penitentiary penlt I ¬
tentiary tentiaryThe t nUary nUaryThe
The judge who sentenced sentence him Is dead deadand deadand I Ind
and a nd Gov Atkinson holds that the day of ofexecution orexecuton c if
J execution executon e having passed he cannot be re resentenced r r 5
sentenced s As he
was never sentenced to 0
imprisonment i he cannot cnnot be held hfld in the thepenitentiary thepenitentary tk tkenitentiary ie
penitentiary penitentary p i and he cannot be tried again ztgal
for f or his offense otense He will wi probably be set at
i free f ree within wihin a few days daysHELPING daysIELllNG daysJJELIING
Other Oher CongregatIon COllrentous toAlil to Aid Grove Church Churchto Chuec Is Isto i
to Rebuild HeblltGeieroul itebuiilieuierous Generous Offers OffersSpecial OJerl
Special Spcial S pecial to The Washington Wahlngon Post PostRichmond Post PostRichmond
Richmond Ichmond Va Va Oct 22 2rove 22Grove Grove Avenue Awent te e
Baptist Baptst Church at a general glneral meeting meetng to tonight tonight tu tunight
night decided decide to proceed procee at once to re rebuild rebuid ri 5 5build ¬
build buid the handsome edifice edifce burned Satur Saturla r ¬
day la morning moring and appointed a building buiding buidingcommitee buildir ig igcommittee 5
committee commitee Over OverT12000 J12000 20 of the t 30000 OOOO 0 need Jted Jteded nee 1 1ed
ed for building bu
was subscribed
dlrg wa on the tbespot ti ic icEpot e
spot and subscriptions subscriptons already made by byother 1 y yother y
other churches here and elsewhere el ewhere swell swel awe ll llthe 1
the tl sum to nearly JiOOOO 20 OOO3 OOO3Dr
Dr Hawthorne had Immense congrega t ttions
tlons tons to near him yesterday at the First Firstand Frst Frstfod Fir st stand t
and fod Second Secfnd Churches both of which took tooksteps tot uk uksteps j
steps to raise rise large sums Grace Grce Street Stret Stretrise Stre et etraised
raised rise over 11200 S2 The First Frst Church of l f
Atlanta Atanta of which Dr TJ1wthorne was waslong waglng w 3 s slong
long pastor has ha wired wire that It will wi raise raisea rise risea raiL e ea
a good sum stm stmIrdlcnl sumSledlcnl
tlrdlcnl Society ctrlr of Vireiiiia lrIIIII10 lo JlectSlal Meetslal Meet
Slal to The Washington Wahln on Post PostCharlottesvllle PostCharlotesvie PoutCharlottesville
Charlottesvllle Charlotesvie Va Oct Oct 22 22Arrang Arrange Arrangements Arrangmants e ements ¬
ments have been completed complete by the local localcommittee localcommitee loin loincommittee tl
committee commitee for the entertainment of the thethirtyfirst ti tithlrtyfirat h hthirtyfrst e
thirtyfirst thirtyfrst annual session of the Medical MedicalSociety Medic lelll lelllSoclet Ll l lSociety
Society Soclet of Virginia which convenes In Inthl inthi n
this thl city clj tomorrow night The session sessionwill sessionw1 sessb nwill n
will w1 last three days da3s The meetings m etlnSs will wi be beheld beheld I beheld e
held In the Jefferson Jereron Auditorium on Main Mainstreet Ma Illn Illnbtreet in inatreet n
street and the th assemblage assemblnJe of members is isexpected Isexpeted isexpected 3
expected expeted to compare with wih the he best bst con conventons co n nventions L
ventlons ventons of the past Last Lst year Iar the theclety theclety so soclety
clety met In Richmond Rchmond and 312 members memberswere membr membe 1s 1swere
were In attendance atendance The society com comrrses cot a aprbses
prises rrses very Vr nearly nerb 1000 10 100 members membrs membrsKlad members1llleul
Killed Klad nl lt St I Yliicriiiit llcrll liicriui Hospital HospitalSp lolliul lolliulS ilostiltalSpeelal
Sp S Speelal elal la to t The Washington Wabllcton Post PoetNorfolk PostXorrolk PostNorfolk
Norfolk Va Oct Ot 21Leonard Lonard Harris HarIs a acolored acolore acolored
colored colore workman wan wa dashed dahed to death at atst lt
St 51 Vincents Hospital this morning mornln by b the te tetaing t be befulling
falling taing of a freight elevator upon which whichhe whichhe whl cii ciilie
he was going to the tower on the hospital hospitalbuilding hosptal hosptalbiding hospit al albuilding 11 J
building biding where work Is now in progress progressThe pror prorTe progre 55 55elevator
The Te elevator ol ator was nearly to the top of the t <
building buldihg when the cable cble gave way wa It I fell tel t ts11 s11 s11elgnty j
eighty feet Harris was Instantly Instanty klllel kle kille 1 1
Coroner Odendhal held hel an inquest Inues this thisafternoon thisaUrnoon ti us usafternoon la
afternoon The evidence showed that thlt th at it
elevator elevatorIdellifclulu elevatorIdeuuilflcatiu Harri Harris had been ben warned w ro to keep off or the theelevator tbeelevator t be beelevator e
Iilciilificiuiuu Idellifclulu UK a H i iii auIIssweaynuno auIIssweaynuno5e4a1 Utvurumu UtvurumuSeeeUl buIRnSal
SeeeUl Sal to t The Thl Washlttcten uhIRctel Post PostClarksburg Pot PostClarkabung
Clarksburg Crk > brg W Va Oct 22 22Watt Watt at Den Dennlln Dc a aLSt l
nlson nlln was wai held hel up and robbed robbe of 1300 S 3OO last lastnight lastrlh Is Isrlght LSt > l
night rlh Today TOd a welldressed el o stranger 5trrlger 5trrlgerSlvlAg strangi Cr Crgiving r
giving his name nme as a D I S Edwards was wasMt w as asanieuted 13
arrested Mt te and Identified IdtoUfe by Dennison as asone f
one of his h in5 assailants asullams He had 228 l In Inunt xx xxas
counterfeit unt rttt money m ney and 110 10 United Un d States Statesnotes Stte Stal Stalnoise as
notes nt ISdwarde 1dwade dwarde answers 3fers the description descriptionof descrlptoll descrlptollo descnipti 1 1goldbrick
of o a goldbrick artist artst who worked here hereabout hero bc r rabout
about abt a year ear ago 30 30Pnlr agoPair
Pair Kxliibit Ib 1111 n OJnuppolnlBient OJnuppolnlBientSp UJIPJulntRlent UJIPJulntRlenta lJuusppolulnientSpedal
Sp Spedal clal a ta t Tk Ti Tbe Washlogtan Past Pet PeltnI
Richmond Rlrhmod nI hmd Va a Oct 21The Te fair of the theJamfrs t he heFarmcrs
Farmers Jamfrs Fair Jllr Association MsocaUon opened today todayThe toayThe tosit iy iyThe
The exhibits are very disappointing disppointng The Theattendance T ha haattcdflOe
attendance was large 1arge but mainly on com complimentary co ¬
plimentary tickets ticket The tournament trum At to tomorrow tornarw i iIIOrTOW ¬
morrow plntatay rnarw dnd tJd the thl races race the three days d fol following tollowg f flowing
lowing will wi be the features totur 5 5Th
lowg Th tarlr farmer rAIf race tnl this evenlnJ evening was won wonby w wb on
by b MISS U I iiay Hay owned ownE by lierber Jerbfrt herbert t Mon MontIC Mc us ust45ue
of King William
tague tIC Itlng W111n
Locked Lo rj cked Oat 3H1I JII Employee n De Dutltre tltate but katStand buts4tnnd t ttand
Stand tand lir b Their brr Colon ColonGrennboro CalORGreD
Grennboro GreD G br N O c C Oct Ot 17 nThe The cotton cottonmill clton cltonmi cottOnll
1 mill mi mi ll trouble truble In Alamance AlamancCunty County has hasreached hs hsreche
L reached reche rea ched an acute stage Btag Hundreds Hundres of men menwomen menwODen
w women wODen wo men and children chidren are idle as the te result resultof multor
of ° notices nctc posted pste by the mill owners owner some somedays ame amed18g0
d days d18g0 da ys ago notifying nottylng all al operatives 0prtv s who whowould whowtul
would wtul wo woun uki not icUhdraw thrw from rrm the te textile textileunion textie textieunion
u ua union un ion to conaVJtr cns conser themselves temelve discharged dischargedafter dl chre
a after afer aft aftop er the loth Very Ver few If any an of the theoperatives theoperatvea
0 operatives operatvea op eratives abandoned abandone the te union unIon and as asthe
l the th e mill mi men remained remaine firm lr a a majority majoriy of ofthe otthe
l the th e mills mia miIl In the county are either ether Idle or orrunning orrnnlrg
r running rnnlrg ru nnlrg with greatly genty reduced reuce forces forcesInstead torce
Instead Insted I nstead of crippling crpplng the unbn the order orderOf orer orerot
Of the mill owners owner seems stel to have hve had h d the theeffect theefet
e effect efet eff ect of strengthening strenghening It it numbers number of new newmember newmember
m member me mbers having been received rcche since sice the thenotice theno
n notice no < tiee e were vere posted postedBoth voste
Both Bth B oth the ti operatives oprtve and their late em employers empO ¬
Pj ployers pO plo rers r are firm fr and determined determine to carry carrytheir cm cmtheir
their th eir point No disorders
pint diorder have been ben re reported rerted ¬
1 ported portedIf Pre po rted
If I f the difference dlterence Is not soon son adjusted adJu te or oremployment oremploment
employment em ployment secured 5eured elsewhere many of ofthe otthe
tl the th e operatives opertves will w1 suffer suter for for the nieces necessaries nece ¬
K saries i niea of life A
arle Ife majority of them are arehomeless arehomeles
hl homeless ho meless and
homeles have practically pracUcly no means meansThe meas measThe
T The Th e textile
texte union Is taking steps to pro ¬
vide vi de shelter and food rod for the needy needyWILL needY needYWILL pr
IJ Uer ItC ey W C Underwood Undlrwood UnderwoodExpinln Explains Wlir Wb H Hnnd Bc Bcand lieand
and JIns Mr Illnhop 1101 Did ni Nut 01 Wed WedSpe WcdSpal cd
Si Spe Spal cial < Jal to The Te Washington Wahingo Post PostRichmond POt
Richmond Rchmond Va Oct Oct 22Rev 2Rev Rev William Wiiam C CUnderwood CUnderod
V Underwood Underod nderwood the Presbyterian minister of otAppomatox
Appomattox Appomatox A A ppoxnattox County who was to have havemarried hGe hGemarried
n married m arried Mrs r Blanche Banche Bishop Dshop of this thi city dtyon cityOctober
o on October Octobr 17 which wedding weding did not take tke tkeplaee
P place pl ace gives the reasons why wh the nuptials nuptialswere nuptal
w were w are not solemnized solemnizd Mr Ir Underwoods Underwoodsexplanation Underoos Underoosexplanation Underwoodsplanation
e explanation ex comes from Vest Appomat Appomattox Appomattox Appomatx ¬
ti tox to x He says that Mrs Irs Bishop Bshop some time timeago tme tmeago timeo
a ago ag o obtained a a divorce from her husband husbandon
o on grounds of permanent desertion desertionAfter deserton desertonAfer desertionAfter
After Mr Underwood became
Afer becme engaged engged enggedto
i to < her he received reelv d advices he says ays con concerning concering conrning
C cerning cering ce rning the t1e Interpretation Interpretaton of the laws lawsgoverning lawsgoerlnJ
E governing goerlnJ go verning the church he represents that thatleft thatlef
left lef le ft doubt In his mind as to the propriety proprietyof
of ° their union under the circumstances circumstancesLater crcumstnces crcumstncesLater
Later L ater on these these doubts were ere sufficiently sufficientlyremoved sufcienty sufcientyremov
r removed remov re < moved d to justify justy him to proceed proeed and andhe andhe
h he secured a license lcen e and ad they were to tohme
h have ha ve been married on the 17th Instant InstantAfter instnt
After securing the license lcense In an Inter Interview Interview
v view vi ew between them the subject was again againbrought againbrought
b brought br ought up and more carefully cre ful considered crnldered crnlderedand
a and an d they mutually mutualy agreed ngree that the mar marrlnge ma marilge
jj rlnge rilge rl age ought to be postponed until untl all al rca reasonable re
sonable S uflable doubt was wa removed from their theirminds
n minds m inds indsIIATILEItS
f Badly B ndly Burned lraed nnd Almost Imolt Suffocated 8ufoclltd by brGnH
Gnu as Stove ftove in il Hi II 1111 Untliroom Intbrool IntbroolSpelai
Special Spelai Sp c ecial to The Te Washington Wahingon Post PostRichmond Post PostRichmond
Richmond Va Oct Oct 22 2lr 22Mn Mr James Jam9 Ed Edward Edwar Edard ¬
v ward war w ard Cosby of 400 40 Vest Marshall Marhal street streetstenographer sree sreestonogpher streetonographer
s stenographer stonogpher st stis for the National Natonal Cash Reg Register RegIster ¬
ister is ter Company Compny came near being suffocat suffocated sutocat sutocated suffocatL
e ed edb edo and burned burnd to death while whie taking a abath abath a L
bath b ath yesterday His condition cnditon is still sti seri serious seriOUs zen zenus
ous ousIn OUsIn o < us
In turning turing on the thp gas to light lght the hot hotwater
T water w ater stove Mr trCosby Cosby without knowing knowingit
1 it also turned on the jet for lighting lghtng lghtngWhen
When W hen he got Into the tub he detected detecte the theodor theodor thcdor i
odor o < dor and got up to turn tur off of the gas gs but buttainted I
f fainted fa inted and fell rel against the almost red redhot
t hot h ot stove The latter later tilted tie over ov r and rest rested
ed e d on his left lef side The pain pin was wa so in Intense
t tense te nse that the young man man though urf urfconscious ul ux1onscious
c conscious conscous groaned and almost shrieked shreke
One Oe O ne of his sisters heard his cries crie and andrshed an L
i rushed rshed r to the bathroom She found the thedoor thedoor S
door d < oor locked but ran rn for an ax and broke brokeIt brokeI brok brokopen S
I It I open opn Her brother lay prostrate prostrt on the thefloor the100r thu S
floor 100r fl oor with wih thp th flesh tesh on his left side siz sizzllng sizzlng iz
zllng zlng zl ing Miss Uss Cosby quickly pushed the thestove thestove
j stove s tove away and then called caled for help helpSUSPECED
Ncsro Nelro N ecro Desperado Believed Uelend to Ilnve IlvC Led LedOoochlnntl LedGoochlnnd LetGoochinuti
Ooochlnntl nlli finuig June Mmty IJ Years Yenrl Ace AcoRichmond AceRichmond co coRichmond
Richmond Va Va Oct 22 22Henry Henry Henr Brown Brownalias Brownalas
alias alas a lias William Vlfam Saunders a notorious ne negro negro nero ¬
gro g ro who exchanged two shots with wih Po Policeman Polceman ¬
gil P0tt
liceman lceman il ceman Tate before being bfng arrested was wasgiven wasglen wa tt
given g iven a hearing hearng In the Police Polce Court this thismorning thismorning thE thEI S
morning m mj orning and was sent on to the grand grandjury gral1djur grani I
jury jur j ury fined fned 50 and jailed jaied for ninety days daysBrown dnysDrown
Drown Is believed b Ueved to have been the lead leader leader leadn ¬
er e n of a gang gng of negroes negroe who robbed the thestore th e
store s sG tore of Mr Mosby Henley hear ner eir Lees In InGoochland InGoochland Ii 0
Goochland G County twentythree twetythree years yearsago yeats yeatsago yeargo 5
ago a go and shot both Mr Henley and his hismotherinlaw hismotherInlaw hi a
motherinlaw Mrs rs Frances Drinard One Oneof Oneof On Onf e ae
of o f the gang gng had hidden irt il the house dur during durfl ur uring ¬
ing i fl the day and at night attempted to tostupefy tostupefy 0
stupefy s the family ramly with ether This man manstumbled manstumbled ma matumbled it
stumbled s over a negro legro house boy and andaroused andaroue an d droused
aroused aroue a the family familyThe famiy famiyThe
The thieves then fired fre on the family familyfrom faiy faiyrrom famil y
from f rom the outside and Mrs Drinard Drnard was wasfatally wasfatly Wa a
fatally fatly f wounded and Mr Henley serious seriouLY ¬
ly l Y so Nearly Nely all al the witnesses witeses In the thecase thecase th LO
case c ase are arE now dead deadWORK deadWOnK deadV01tK
Lone LOle IdleMunufncturiiiff Idle 31uDnfncirilC Mnaufacturiuug Plant 1luntl nt Wheel WheeliiiCi heel heelII I Ilug
iiiCi II lug W A V Va VI a Resume UtlllC Operations OperationsSpecial Operntioll OperntiollSpcial OperatiotnuSpecial
Special Spcial to The Te Washington Wuhngon Post Post
Wheeling Wheelng W Va Oct Ot 22 2hree 22Three Three big bigmanufacturing bigmanufacturing hi I t tmanufacturing o
manufacturing plants employing
over ovu n nOOCmen
2000 20 2 OOCmen men have resumed work In this city cityToday cit citToday
Today the Whltaker Whiaker Iron Works which whichhas whichhas whit li lihas
has only run an occasional department departmentfor departmenfor it itfor
for eight months went to work In full tul fu fl fln
In i n every department giving glng work to 700 10 10men
men Orders Orers were Issued from the head headquarters hea I Iquarters
quarters of the National Natonal Tube Tbe Company Compny Compan II IIto
to the local loal management to put the steel steelworks ste e eworks
works on full ful tomorrow after arer being Idle Idlesince Id e esince
since last July Repairs have been made madeand mad madnnd mat ie ieand
and a long run rn is expected Eight Eght hun hundred hundre bu a adred
dred dre men are employed emploYe employedThe
The American Tin Plate Company Compan has hasordere hs is isordered
ordered ordere the label labl plant In this city ciy to be beprepared beprepare I e eprepared
prepared prepare for Immediate resumption reumpton after aft r
being closed since last July Jul The plant Is Isone isone
one of the largest lanestowned owned owned by b the com company compn con a
pany pn Five Fve hundred hundre men are an directly direct ein emplo ca a aployed
ployed ployedLee plo ployedLee ed edIee
Lee Murrlll lnrrllird Killed by Brottierlnljiv BrottierlnljivSpecial UrotberInIuwSpcial BrotherinlawSpecial
Special Spcial to The Washington Post PostWilmington Post PostWilmington
Wilmington WimIngton N p Oct Oct 22 2Robert 22Robert Robert Lee LeeKlrb L Se SeKirby
Kirby Klrb nephew of Dr G L L KIrby Krby super superintendent r rintendent
intendent of the te State Hospital Hospial for the theInsane ti lie lieInsane
Insane at Clinton Clnton Saturday night stab stb stbbed b bbed
bed his brotherinlaw
Lee Murrill Murri so sobadb sobadly
badly that he died early ealy Sunday morning morIng monairs g
KIrby was wa wild wid with drink and became becameenraged becati se seenraged
enraged when Murrill Muri advised that they theygo th S Sgo
go home He whipped whlp ed out a knife Imle and andmade ax i imade
made a lunge at Murrlll
Iurrl cutting cuttng him se a C
verely erely on both arms An arterv artery was sev se V
ered and death < J iath resulted reuled next arter day Kirby KirbyArlel Kin SI > y
Is en under arrest arrestArmed arrestArmed
Armed Arlel Guard for or Smallpox rollox Camp CampSpecial CampSpul
Special Spul 1 to t The Te Washington Wuhncol Post PostClarksburg Pot PostClarksburg
Clarksburg W Va Va Oct Ot 22 2Word 2Wordcomes 2Wo Word Wordcomes rd rdcomes d
comes from the doctors In charge chag of the thecamp th thcamp be becamp
camp at Wallace Walace Harrison Harrson County Coult where whe here mc mcnegroes
MO 1 negroes who have smallpox smalpx or have hve ha ye yebeen e
been exposed epse to the disease dlsefe are In quar quaranUnl que r rantine
antlne anUnl that the patients patent threatened thratened to tobreak tobreak o
break out and return retur home home County Coun ty y
Health aeUh Officer Ofcor Dr Morgan today sent sentthlrtfe ne nt ntthirtyfive it
thirtyfive thlrtfe guards armed ared with Winches Winchester Winchu 5 5tars i
tars ter to guard gar the camp cmp Orders Orer were wereglyen we r A C Cgiven
given to shoot any anyone one making makng an a effort e1or ec nt ntto T
to escape escapeWe es escapeVest p pI
We Vest I t Vlreinia Ylrcnla 3Iurderer Captured CapturedSpecial CapturedEpal CapturedSpeelal
Special Epal to t The Te Wublnctcn Wuhlnr1 Post PottNew Po PostNew
New Martlnsvllle MartnvUe W Va Va Oct Oct 21 22Stn State StateHenry Sbte SbteHenrr tte tteHenry e
Henry who killed kied John Reech Reeh near Mln Ml Un Unnle a anie l
nle yesterday estern was captured cptur today t9a by byother I Iolbers
others other of the railroad rirad gang tied to atree a tn te teand
and an guarded gared until unti Sheriff Ser1 Blatt Blat arrived annit ed edthis d
this evening and took him In charge eha in inGeorge J
George GerGe Carter Carer and Charles Chrles Randall Rndal ne necroes x ne negroes j
croes sroes supposed suppose to be b the murderers murdrer of ofEd
Ed E Carroll Carrol saloonkeeper saoonkeeper Sunday Sunda were werearrested Were2rste irs re rearrested R
arrested 2rste on an Ohio River Rver railroad ralrld train trainat trin trinat tns in inat
at Parkersburp Parkenbur today It Is said sid they theyconfessed theycnfesse ti e econfessed
confessed their crime crimeLibeled crime1lbeieelTog
cnfesse crme crmeJbeld
Libeled Jbeld 1lbeieelTog Tae Iteleaied Ielud on 97000 Bond BondSpecial BODdSPld BondSpecial
Special SPld to t The e Wtshlngton uhlncD Port PortNorfolk Poa FootNorfolk
Norfolk orl01k Va Va Oct Ot 22 2The The Te ocean oean tug tugTriton t ug ugTriton
Triton Trion libeled lbeled last tat week by Capt Cpt Trav Travfri Trv TrvF Tm LV LVn
fri F n < rrrr or r of the schooner John A Cur Curtis CUrUs Cu in ini5 ¬
tis i5 gave gve bond In the United Unie States Sttes Court Courtthis Cou nat natthis t
this morning morln In the tte sum of J7000 r Z7OOOand < Annd and was waareleased wasi as asreleased 3
i released release by the marshal marsh Mr Ir H J F Moree Moreetreasurer 3or Iore Ioretreaurer Ce Ceira e
treasurer treaurer of the Knickerbocker Knickerbcker Steam SteamTowage SteamTowage Stat StatTowage ira tn
Towage Company of Bath Me Ie owner oweI of ofthe orl ofthe
l the Triton Trtn is I here to t defend deten the libel lbe suit at tIt lt t
Capt Ca pt J 1 II I Career Bane Bamacyitnocked Knocked lBockrd SeaieleM cele and andRobbed aBdRobbed andRobbed
Robbed br I Beiperado Deperado Near nil Home HomeSpecial lome lomeSlal
S Special al ta t The T Washington WaaCSD Pest PestWllllamsburg PoL PoLWiimbur
Wllllamsburg Wiimbur Va Va Oct 20Capt IJlpt JCapt J Jl H HBarney IL
Barney fli rey iisey about abut 1 oclock oclOk today toy was wn tho thovicilm thoykm
vicilm vk flm of a daring daring highway hlghw robbery rbbr near nearhi DearbU
hi bU home Jamestown Jame town Island about six sixmiles si
miles mie mi les from frm here her Capt Cpt Barney Daey rode roe over overfrom overtrm
from trm fro m the Island lad this tL morning moring on horse horseback hore ¬
back back ba ck When In I a small sml piece of woods woodson woo
on a a farm fa adjoining adjoiing the Island on his hisway hisway hisy
way wa y back back a burly negro nego confronted cnfrnte him himwith hi
with wi th a a a question queton as a to whether he Intend Intended Intende ¬
ed e paying plng off ot his hL hands ands today todayCapt tooy tooyCapt
Capt Capt C apt Barney Barey noticed notced a heavy stick In Inthe Inte
the te th e negros hand and the next moment momenthe momenthe
he was struck strck senseless semclE by a a blow on the thehead thehed
head hed he ad When he recovered recere he was at athome athme
home hme ho me In bed be His horse hore had hld run rn to the thehouse thehoue
house houe ho use and his people searching found foundhim foundhim
him hI m senseless seneless at the roadside What Whatmoney Whatmoney
money mo ney and other valuables he had on his hisperson hI
person pe raOa were w re gone goneHe goneHe
He was w sufficiently sufclent recovered reoer to come cometo cometo
to town this thi evening to notify notr the author authorities autor autorIte ¬
ities Ite Iti es and a to offer otr oer a reward rewar of J100 10 tOQ for the thehighwaymans thehlghwaJtmans
highwaymans hi arrest arest The latter later Is de described derbe ¬
I scribed sc rbe ribed by Capt Cpt Barney Brne as a a strapping strappingblack strpping
black bl ack negro nego with wih a scar scr over his eye eyewhom eyewhom
whom w hom he hE would recognize recogize at sight sight The Thenegro Theneg
negro neg ne gro was not one of CapL Capt Earners Barneyshands BarneYs BarneYshads
hro hands hads h ands and seeing him pass along the theroad therad
road rad ro ad this morning morig to town evidently evidentlythought eidenUythought
thought th thha ought that when When hen he returned retured he would wouldhave wouldhae
have ha ve money tJ t pay off offCapL ot
CapL CClt Barney Barey Is the son of the late lateJaiies lateJa
Jaiies Ja le nes P Barney and succeeded uceeded his hL father fatheras fathera
as a president preident of the Virginia Virinia Navigation NavigationCompany NavlgUon NavlgUonCompny
Company Compny Co mpany He is the owner of Jamestown JamestownIsland JamestownIland
Ism I Island Is land where he has ba resided reided since his hisI hiSmarriage
I marriage m arriage a few months ago to the daugh daughj daughter
j t ter ta < r of Hon John S Wise of New York YorkThe YorkThe lorkThe
The outrage outrge has ha stirred strred the neighbor neighborhood nelghbohoo neighborod ¬
n hood hoo ho od and the negro desperado dperdo Is being beingj beinghunte
j hunted huntedBANK hunte huntenAXK hu nted
Carney Ca rney and Ind Butler utler Indicted IaUcleal for Strasbnre StrasbnreRobber Irnlbnrl
Robber Ilcuilcil 11luled Sot Guilty GuiltySpecial GuUtySp
Special Sp Sp s ecial ial to t The Te Washington Wshlngon Post PostWoodstock Po
Woodstock Va Va Oct 17 HThe The case of ofEdwin o
Edwin Ewin E dwin Carney Crne alias alas Hutcheaon Hutch on alias aliasElizabeth alis alisElzbth aliaslizabeth
Elizabeth Elzbth E lizabeth Whltey Whlte charged with wih being a amember amember
member member m ember of the gang which so successfully successfullylooted sucessfuly sucessfulylote
looted lo oted the Strasburg bank last
lote Strsburg bnk April Apri was wascalled wascled
called cled ca lled In the te County Court yesterday yeterday for forhearing forhearing
hearing he aring He pleaded pl de not guilty with ith the theair theair
air ai r r of a veteran Five witnesses for the theState theState
State St ate were absent and Commonwealths CommonwealthsAttorney CommonwealthsAttorne
Attorney Attorne A ttorney Logan moved a continuance on onthat onthat
i that th at ground This was objected to by M ML 31Walton 1 1L
L L Walton alton attorney for the prisoner but butthe butthe
the th e court granted the motion and con continued continued ¬
t tinued ti nued the case for hearing until Novem November November ¬
t ber be n 13 13James 13tames 13James
James Butler who Is jointly jolntl Indicted Indictedwith IndictedwUh indictedith
T with w ith Carney was w also arraigned He too toopleaded tooplfnded tooimded
wp wal pleaded p imded not guilty and declared that his hisaliases hisaliases
c aliases aliases al iases were given him by PInkerton men menand menand mennd
9 and a nd that he had but the one name that of ofitler
Bjitler B itler His case was set for November 14 14REUNION 11REUNIUi
Call C ull Issued to Survivor of Fifteenth VI Vii h hcinll1 r
einin glum Recimeiit UClrimclltSpecial
Special Sp ecial to The Wash Waslngton ngton Post PostRichmond
Richmond Va Oct 16 16The The survivors survivorsof I
c of o f the Fifteenth Virginia Regiment Con Confederate Confedernte
1 federate f Veterans have Issued I > sued the fol following folJowlng
1 lowing lowingThe Jowlng1he lo wing
The members of the Fifteenth Virginia VIrgIniaRegiment L
1 Regiment R Rr egiment Confederate Veterans will hold holdreunion hokeunion i
i reunion r meeting at PIckett Camp Fifth Fifthid Fifthi
t id d Broad streets on the 26th day of Oc October
i tober t 1900 at 10 oclock a m All men melI melIbers
bers b ers are respectfully requested to attend attendthis attendthis atten I
i this t his meeting Old Fifteenth Fltte nth come our ourtime ourtime
i time t Is short you may ma not be here to tocome tocome tc S
come come < c ome next time timeThis timeThis timeThis
This call is issued by the following followingmembers rollowlngmembors followiniembers
members m embers Alonzo L Phillips Company CompanyD CompaniJ
D J K Fussell Fu sell Company G P L Lums Lumsden Lumsden
den d en Company B Alexander Jennings JenningsCompany Jenningsi Jenningsompany
i CJ Company Com C ompany pan D R R E Tiller Company C CJ CI
I J W v B Newton Company Com pan C L E Mal Mailory Mallor Malory
lory lor l ory Company E Joseph P Thomas ThomasCompany ThomasGompany p pompany
Company c lc ompany E EDOUBLE EDOU
A Accoiunc ceoninc NecrocM Negrtieeuuueil Accused cclIIell of Assault nnd nndHunter an I
Hunter 1 urder Hurried to Hampton HamptonSpecial IIl1mptonSpecial
Special S pecial to The Washington Post PostHampton PostHampton
Hampton Va Oct 20 2OJohn John Holden Holdenegro a anegro anegro t
negro n egro who Is alleged tc have attempted attemptedto I
to t o assault Miss Virginia Clayton Cla ton daughter daughterof r
of o f a prosperous farmer In Accomac Coun County Count ¬
ty t y on Wednesday ednesday was today brought broughtto t to
to t o Hampton jail for safe keeping owing owingto owin a
to t o the Intense excitement over the case In InAccomac inAccomac Ii n
Accomac and the Insecure condition of ofthe ofthe o ohe f
the t he Jail there thereSheriff thc = re reSheriff
Sheriff Gunter also brought another ne negro negro nero ¬
gro g ro Stran Fostue charged with the mur murdur murdur mu muur
dur d ur of a white man George Leonard to toHampton toHampton t t tHanipton
Hampton this evening It Is thought both bot
Holden and Fostue would have been bee beeynched
lynched l but for the sheriffs promptness promptnessin s sn i
in i n obeying the order of the county Judge Judgeto Judgeto judg e I
to t o bring them to Hampton They will be b
kept here until it Is safe to take them thex n
back b ack to Accoraac for or trial trialViiiGINIA trIalVihGlr4lA
Mrs Irs J S Borden of Toms Brook Shen Shenandoah Shenandoah 1
andoah County died led at her home Satur ¬
day dayJohn dayJohn dayJohn
John Winters died Sunday of typhoid typhoidat typhoIdat I
at Martlnaville He contracted the dis disease disease diL 3 3ease ¬
ease at Spray Spril where It Is prevalent prevalentMrs prevalentMrs prevalentMrs
Mrs Virginia I 1 ROdgers sister of Su Supervisor Supervisor St Stpervisor ¬
pervisor Edward D Bronkley of Suf Si ¬
folk died yesterday e terday aged sixtynine sixtynineyears sixtynineyears sixtynlryears
years Two married daughters survive survit
her herMrs
Mrs Irs Francis Harbottle wife of Mr 31 Ir r
John H Harbottle died suddenly Sunday Sunda Sundaevening
evening of heart failure at her home hom e
near Charlottcvllle aged fiftyeight years ears S
Her funeral took place yesterday after afternoon afternoon atte r rnoon ¬
noon noonF noonF
F M 1 Lamb a cousin of Capt John Jot in
Lamb died in Norfolk Sunday night He Hewas Hewas F Fwas
was in the employ emplo of the Southern Rail Railway Railwa Ral l lway ¬
way wa Mr Lamb was a native of Charles Charji 155 3
City Clt County where the funeral vill 111 take ta taplace tal nti p
place placeMrs placeJrs placeMrs
Mrs Jrs W J Moon Ioon formerly of Fred Fredericksburg Frederlcksburq Fret 1 1aricksbur
ericksburg erlcksburq died Sunday night at her lit 1 r
home in salem aged sixtyone years She Si 10
Is l survived t tl her husband two sons and an id f
three daughters The remains will be I
sent to her old home for sun interment intermentMrs intermentMrs Interment3trs
Mrs Sarah 1 V L L Knight widow of the ti ne
late T Knltfiv died diedat at her home in Rich Richmond Richmonll Ruin lx lxmond ¬
mond Sunday Sunda after an illness of ten days daysaged daysaged day a aaged
aged sixtytvo slxt t CI years She is survived by 1 1 r
a daughter Miss Wa H of Richmond Richmondand Richmondand d dand
and a son Ashby At by Knight of Wollaston WollastonI n
Mass MassMarshall Ia MassMarshall 1
I IaMarshall Marshall France died suddenly Sunday Sund 1 >
afternoon at his home home Salem leaving lcavln a 1
large family He was one of the best bestwas hen
I known men In the city and though long lou
Ill his death was unexpe unexpeinted < ted His widow widowwas wide t tws
was a Miss iS3 McCauley Mr Ir France was a
Confederate veteran Interment waa made madeesterday mad madtterday ma de deesterday i
> esterday esterday3L4 tterdayL esterdayM
3L4 3L4H M L H Minter Inter a Newport News con conhealth cc n
tractor who had long been In psi or r
I health recently went ent to Pine Bluff J > T c
for change of air Word was received receiv ed d
yesterday of his death there Sunday night nigi it
His widow and five chnt1ren are In New Newf Nei Neiport
f port rt N News ws He was a meI1 member r or Xe Newpc port 1 i
News Lode Odd Fellows Warwick Warwii
Lodge Knights Km bts of Pythias Comanche
Tribe Red Hep 3Iel Men and Newport News Coun ou n i
ell J 1 O U A A M J The remains will be I e
sent home for interment lntenncm lntenncmIrs interme intermeMrs
Mrs Jane Macon acon wwow Vfdow Jow ot Edgar Ma 11acon tj a acon
con died suddenly last night of bean bea at t
failure at the residence of of Thomas A A
Alcoske Alco ke In Culpep Culpeper r Her husband was Waga w as asa s
a relative or 0 the late exPresident Madi Madison 3fat adl adliOn ii iison ¬
son He served In the Confederate artil art ii ¬
lery Ie and wus xis killed at Mansassas In 1S61 lMI31f3 i 51 5131s
Mrs Macons home was In Richmond iii
Va where she was connected with some 50m 50mot son nb v e
of the most prominent families For some son ne e
time she haul made her home In Culpeoer Culpep ui er erMrs r
with Mr r arid Mrs Alcocke AlcockeMrs AlcockeSerena
Mrs Serena McChesney Hogahaad Ho had wld WI Id Idof
I oW ot the late Meredith W D HO Hogahe lIIhead ud
died Sunday Sunda near Mlddlebrook Augusta August ugusta ta a
County aged sixtyfour years ears Mrs 11 ra
I Hogshead was a sister of Drs William WIlliamand S Sand Sand
and R R A A A McChesney two of the beet be bi et f t
known physicians in Augusta She is eur eurand Eurv at
v VVed ved by tour childrenJohn 1cChe3ney Mcchesnu y
Hophead or Richmond 11 L L Ho Hogaha hoaJ hoaJand aI aIand
and Misses isses Maggie and Mary Roberta Itobex ta a
Hogshead and by two sisters 8Isters sistersMrs Mrs lrB J 1 0 OMiller 0MUler 0Miller
Miller of York York Pa and Mrs John Dun Di In
lap of Georgia GeorgiaTruant GeorgiaTruanl GeorgiaTruant
Truant Law Forced Rlatu nla Plant to Step StepBptdal 8teJS Stejspecial >
special S to Th The Washington Post PostWheeling PuItheeUn PostWheeling
Wheeling heeUn W Va Oct 22 zThc Tbe en enforcement t n nforcement a
forcement of the truant law compelling compelUngall compeill ng ngall i
all boys under fourteen years of age to togo togo
go to school has compelled the big Crys C Cmli ks ksml a
tal Glass Company to close cl ec down Ita Its fac tnctory I Sc Sctory C
tory Men cannot be secured to do the thework I 1120work > e I
work of the boys
ImraeBie fBIIBe Im enie Number ember of Applicatloea f ppHeader forSace rerSaeeFIItIDrlir torSpaceFle1flright
Filed FIItIDrlir Drlffht t OaltooUSpecial OllllookS OaltooU
Special S Spe clil III to The Th Washington n Post PostCharleston Postharleston
Charleston C S C Oct 21 2lUnder Under the theplans thcp1ans
plans pla ns determined det rmlned upon by th the directors of ofth
the th e South Carolina Interstate and West WestIndian
Indian In dian Exposition Company the main oalnbuildings
buildings bu ildings of the exposition to be held at atCharleston
Charleston Ch arleston next year ear will be known as JJJIthe
the th e textile agriculture machinery machln rynnd rynndelectrictty and
electricity ele ctricity minerals and forestry com commerce
merce me rce and liberal arts fine arts trans transportatIon tnannrtatlon
portation po rtatlon womans educational and ne negro nee neegro ¬
gro gr o buildings It Is expected that ttat there therewill
will wi ll be still others erected upon the ex exposition
position po sition grounds and that a number of
the th e States of the Union and of the enter erteoprlslng
prising pri zing cities will UJ erect suitable structures structuresfor structurtsfor
for fo r the display of their characteristic characteriotlcproducts
products pr oducts and resources The purpose of otthe
the th e exposition Is to bring together on onSouthern
Southern So uthern soil representative exhibits of ofe f fthe
the th e arts industries manufactures and andproducts nndproducts
products pr oducts of the soil mine and sea and andto andto
to Illustrate In this way the magnitude magnitudeof
of the resources and possibilities partlcu pnrtlcularly
larly la rly of the Southern States of the Union UuIonas UnIonwell
as well as of the country at large and in intury inthis
this th is way at the op opening nlng of the new cen century
tury tn t to cement more closely the bonds bondswhich bondswhich
which w hich now unite the parts of this great greatcountry grea t tcountry
country countryIn co untry
In I n addition to these domestic exhibits exhibitsthe
the th e Industries and resources of Cuba CuMPorto
Porto Po rto Rico Mexico the South Amer AmerIcan
Icaii ic arb republics and of the Philippines Phlllppincswill
will wi ll be Illustrated in such a manrar man > er as to toaid
aid ai d In the development of new and closer closertrade closerade
trade tr ade relations between the United States Statesand Stat 5 5and
and an d the markets which are waiting waitln for torAmerican
American A exploitation and occupancy occupancyThat
That the exposition project is regarded regardedwith
with wi th great favor throughout this country countryand
and an anby d in foreign parts Is amply evidenced evidencedby
by the applications which have been re recelved receiyed meived
celved ce cetil ived from manufacturing and mercan mercantile
tile til e people in all parts of o the United UnitedStates Unitedtates
States S tates almost as soon as the day that the theannouncement theannouncement
announcement an was made that an exposi exposltion exposition
tion tio n would be held In Charleston next nextear
year ye ear ar for the purposes heretofore cited citedA
A little later after the grounds have haebeen
been be en laid off and the sites of the several severalbulldfr severalI I
buildings bulldfr bu ild1rs have been definitely determined determineupon determInedon I
upon up on the work of apportioning space will willbegin wlUlegln wIllgin
begin be gin with the certainty that every nook nookand nookand nooknd
and a nd corner of the ten or twelve or fir fifteen firteen fiti ¬
teen te en main exposition buildings rill be befilled befilled iaI i
filled fil led with objects of practical use and andornamental andornamental andnamental I
ornamental or design designFor designFor designFor
For beauty and convenience of location locationclose locationclose
close cl clli ose touch with the three trunk railroad railroadlines railroadlines 1
lines li nes leading to this city and of the eas easiest easIest ¬
iest le st possible approach from the sea sea the thesite thesite S
site si te of the exposition Is unrivaled unrivaledAPPOINTS
Indce l Dew Who ho Foucht with lIb Gov 1ev Tyler TylerSucceed Tylerncceed I
Succeed Auditor udllor Ilylnud IlylnudSpecial ItJlnuIS
Special S Sp ecial clal to The Washington Post PostRichmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Oct 17 liJudge Judge John JohnGarnett JohnGarnett I
Garnett G arnett Dew of the County Court ourt of ofKing ofKlrg ol r
King K irg and Queen succeeds the th late Josiah JoslahRyland JosiahRyland Josiatyland I
I Ryland R yland Jr as second auditor audl or of VirginIaHe Virginia VirginiaHe
I He H e was appointed by Gov Go Tyler this thismorning thismorIr I
Hm thisI
r morning morIr m orning resigned the Judgeship and andqualified andqualified anc I
qualified q ualified at once and entered upon the thedischarge thedischarge
discharge di scharge of o his duties The new officials officialsbond officlalsbond officialsond
bond b ond was passed upon by Hon E W WSaunders WSaunders
Saunders S who at Gov Tylers request requestacted requestacted
s acted a cted as attorney general In the absence absenceof
c of o f Mr Montague MontagueJudge IontagueJUdg
Judge Dew Is about fiftyfive years of ofage otage ol I
l age a ge and Is considered well equipped for forthe forthe 10 r
l the t he office He will 111 make no changes changealn in his hisclerical hlgclerical Ish Ishlerical 3
clerical c force Judge Dew and the gov governor governor
ernor e rnor were In the same company during duringpart durinspart
part p art of the war and have been good goodfriends goodtrlends goes goesriends I
friends trlends f ever since sleceJUI
Plan P Iall to Give Informant Half the Fines FinesOpen FinesOpen i iOpen
Open Violations Are Charted ChartedSpecial Cizarsedpecial lmrced lmrcedSpecial
Special S to The Washington Post PostRichmond PostRIchmond
Richmond Va Oct 16 16ArnCndments 16ArnCndmentsto Amendments Amendmentsto
tw to t o the Jim Crow car law will ce ce offered offeredwhen orertdwhen
when w hen the legislature meets if it Is decided decidedto decideo Ii
to t o consider any any general legislation legislationOne legislationOne legislationOne
One change proposed is to repeal the theprovision UtCprovision tli a 1
provision p rovision allowing railroads to partition partitioncars partitioncars Li aLi 1
cars c ars for the two races and require r qulre them to toprovide toprovIde t trovide 0
provide p rovide separate coaches coachesAnother coachesAnother
Another amendment is to give to the theperson tin e
person p erson who gives information of viola violations vlolatlons
tions t ions onehalf the fine which is not Issa Issathan 12S3than las a
than t J300 3OO OO nor more than thanIt 1000 1000It 1000It
It is claimed that two railroad compa companies compales ¬ i inlcs
nies a les are openly violating the law and it itappears Itappears I t
appears a to be the especial business of no noone noone n nne 0
one o ne to prosecute them By giving half halfthe halfthe hal If
the fine to the informer It is claimed that the a
the t he law can be enforced
100000 1 00000 Pounds Sold eoidscPeteraburgNon at Petersburg PeterlbureNone PeterlbureNoneof None e >
of liner Grades Offered O Offeredc1al ercd ercdSpeciAl
Special S c1al to The Washington Post PostPetersburg POItPetersburg PostPetersburg
Petersburg Va Oct 17 17The The first sales salesof salesof salt s 3
of o f the new crop of oLtobacco tobacco In Southside SouthsideVa SouthsldeVa a aVa
Va were made today at the different differentwarehouses dltcerentwarebouses differer it itwarehouses l
warehouses in this city In all about abot abotQttO
100000 l QttO pounds were sold The prices pricesranged prleegranged print printanged g
ranged r from 3 3 to Jll U per 100 pounds poundsCommon poundsCommon poundsCommon
Common grades were fully as high as asthey asthey Ls Lsthey a
they were on the opening day of sales saleslast saleslast sali 55 55ast g
last l ast year while medium grades were low lower lower lot loter
er Tobacco of any length was In great greatdemand yreatdemand gre ct ctdemand t
demand Very little good tobacco and andnone andnone an id idnone i
none of fine grade was offered otceredPUT offeredPUT
PUT GLASS IN I TilE PORRIDGE PORRIDGEDischarged POnRIDGElJlschllrareil 0 0fiacharged
Discharged Nezro Servant Glrla Girl RevenecFnmlly fleveni Revence RevenceFamllr to toFanully e
Famllr Warned in Time TimeSpecial TimeBOtclal TimeScial
Special to The Washington Port PortCharleston PanCharleston
Charleston W V Vo Oct 17 17Mrs Mrs M 3 P PHudson FHud P
Hudson Hud on told Mabel Warren a colored do domestic dome d 0 L ¬
mestic me tic that after today she would not notb a aJ ot
b 00 wanted A colored girl In a neighbors neighborsfamily neighborsramily J 5
family cautioned Mrs Hudson that Mabel Mabelhad Mab el 5el
had insinuated that glass Ir the oatmeal oatmealthis oatrne oatrnethis al
this morning would furnish her revenge revengeNtf reengeNo revengeNc
Ntf one ate any of that dish for break breakfast It Itfast
fast today and an examination showed showedthe showi ad adthe d
the porridge full of powdered glass The Thegirl Thegirl TI lie liegirl e
girl got away before before sho sh could be ar arrested a arested
Aced Woman oman Burned to Death DeathSpecial DeathSpttiil
Special to The Washington Post PostGreensboro PCtGreensboro PastGreensboro
Greensboro N N C Oct 18 ISMrs Mrs Nellie NellieShepherd NellieShepherd Nell II IIShepherd
Shepherd aged seventythree years was wasburned w as asit g
burned to death at her home in the east eostern eastern ens ensera it
ern part of this county a few days ago agothoush a 0 0though J
though the tb discovery was not made until untilyesterday untileslfroay Un ti tiyesterday IJ
yesterday The unfortunate woman lived livedalone Uvedalone liv ad adalone d
alone in a little cottage half a mile from tromher tnc rn rnto n
her nearest neighbor She is thought thoughthave to tohave tohave o
have fallen into the fire in a fit fitRat fittat fit fitlInt
Rat Hunter KHUHIaiielf Kill himself I1lmelfSpetfal himselfEpcdtl
Special to The Washington Wukl1 ol1 Post PostFairmont ponFalrmontW PoztFairmont
Fairmont FalrmontW W Va Oct 22 22Gilbert Gilbert Bee Beeson BEeson Be Le LeSon
son twentyone years old went to the thebarn t he hebarn e
barn today to shoot rats and In some someway someway son ne neway e
way shot himself through the eye He Is ladead isdead Is
The Rappahannock Valley Valle Convocation Convocationi
of the Protestant Episcopal Church will wl1lconvene iv ivCOVtZ Dr
convene COVtZ In St Johns Church King Ku KuGeorge
George Court House today to < and continue continueia contin use usesession
ia session three thr e days daysTh daysThC
The Th scaffold around the th dome of the new newSeaboard newSeaboard nu tw twSeaboard v
Seaboard dept being erected at Peters Petersbur Petex 5 5burg
burr bur gave gaV way yesterday and John Do Dover Do Dover F to toyen
ver a a slater who whowas was on the scaffold fell I cli
forty feet f t He escaped serious injury injuryThe injuryThe injuryThe5odeSt
The The5odeSt oldest dwelling In Sussex County Count Ly r
built over 100 years ears ago was burned a few ft SW w
days ago It was owned by Mrs Caroline CaroU ne i
Bowen and tenanted by the Harrison Henna on n
family The fire started from a defective defectiveRev defecti ye yeRev
r e eRev
Rev w J Cocke pastor of the Wood Woodstock Woodateck Woe ud udsk v
stock Christian Church notified his hi con conreption cc ri rigregatlon l
grecatlon Sunday that his hi recently offer offered Offi tr trresignation r
ed resignation r lgnaUon would stand He has re ree reecelvt1 x receivtd
ceived two calls and will ill close his Wood Woodstock o < d dstock
stock labors December L LCommonwealtha 1 1Commonwealths
Commonwealths Attorney Carter Brax Em x
ton 1015 ot f Staunton wh who was elected V t that ti tat 11 f
office during durin the SpanishAmerican warl warlcaptain war warwhile Wd Srg rt
while in the field
wu last nIght eJect eJectcaptaIn tee teecaptain
captain of the West Augusta GuardiT Guard Guam jr
Capt Braxton succeeds W J Perry 1 r1 who whoresigns w ho horeslrns i iresigns
resigns having been elected major in
the Seventieth Regiment RegimentRev ReKimentRev RegimentRev
Rev T S S Dunamnr D D of Freder Frtsb r
icksbunr has formally accepted the call c U Ij
to the Barton Heights Baptist Church Churchand Churi h hand i
and will take up his hI work there at a t once on cc e
Dr Dunaway preached to his new charge clues g
Sunday morning making known his d de In Inclalon j
cislon Dr I R R Garlick made a short tad a j
dress In which he congratulated th the con congregation e ni nigregatlon n i ¬
gregation on the decialoh d iJSob of Dr Dunaway flunaw 1 Y
< 1
C Celebration Ce lebration ofCitra of Clts CltysFlftlelb Fiftieth Birthday JlrUuJalo JlrUuJaloBe to toBe toHe
Be on an Elaborate Scale ScaleSpecial SCAleSPIclaI Scalecial
8 Special Spe cial to Th The Washington Pott PottWinston PottWlnton PostWinston1
Winston Winston1 N C Oct Oct ZL ZlWjnston Wjnston the theque theeen
q queen que qu een n city cft of the great Piedmont section sectionof sectionot
o of North Carolina will during the week weekbeginning weekbeginning weekginning
b beginning be ginning October 30 celebrate the th fiftieth fiftiethdnnlversary tUUethnnlversar fiftiethntversary
d tln dnnlversary nnlversar ntversary of her incorporation as a atown atown awn
ti town to wn The annual agricultural livestock livestockand Uestockand livestockd
a and an d industrial fair nnd horse show will willbe willbe willheld
b be held on the fair grounds where Is Io Iocated 11 11cated >
c cated ca ted the finest race track In the South SouthOne SouthOne SouthOne
One of the features of the festivities festivitieswill tesUlUesill festivitiesll
v will tri ill ll be the free street fair in Courthouse Courthousei Courthou5eSquare Courthouseuare
i S Square Sq uare where merchants and manufac manufacturers manufeturers ¬
ti turers tu ners will erect their booths and an exblb exhibits exhlbThe
It Its The courthouse will be illuminated illuminatedwith illuminatedwith
with wi th thousands of incandescent colored coloredI coloredele coloredctrIc
I e electric ele ctrIc trlc lights and hundreds of Japanese Japaneselanterns Japaneselanterns
Ii lanterns la nterns strung from the street up to the thetower thetower thewer
ti tower to wer of the building as well as around aroundthe arQJndthe
tl the th e square presenting a unique picture pictureTtlesday pictureT pictureTiiesda
Ttlesday T Tiiesda esday will be the great opening day daywhen daywhen
when w hen 100 lot mounted marshals and 50 young oung
ladies la dies as honorary marshals will march marchat mnrchat marchthe
at the head of the great street parade It is isestimated Isestimated istimated
e estimated es timated that more than 1000 people will willbe
b be esbe in the parade paradeOn paradeOn paradeOn
On Wednesday Yednesda semicentennial day daythere daythere
there th ere will be a splendid historical and In Industrial
du dustrial 3 strial trial parade followed by addresses by bynoted
noted no ted men menThursday
Thursday will bo carnival day In theenning the
e evening ev ening the Brovnile Bro tle and fantastic fan ast1c parade paradeeone
o one on e of the most Interesting and amusing amusingprocessions
P processions pr ocessions of its kind ever ev r attempted attemptedwill
j5 will wi ll take place Several hundred boys as asrownies
Brownies BrowI B rownies lls and two or three hundred ladles Illdle1and
a and an anpa d gentlemen in fantastic costumes will willparticipate
p participate pa rticipate At the conclusion of the pa patade patade
t tade ta de the confetti battle will begin beginFriday beginFriday
Friday Is to be horse show day da at the thepark
S park pa rk In the afternoon the oldtime oldtimeuthern
Southern So uthern tournament will take place and andthe
t the th e queen qU n of love and beauty will be becrowned
c crowned crownedSaturda cr owned
Saturda Saturday wm be chlldrens day An ex
tra tr a programme will be arranged for the
little tit tI tle e folks r 0 11eB 11eBIn
In addition to these features there will willa
j be befr a midway and side shows and many
f free fr ee attractions attractionsThe attractionsThe attractionsThe
The young oung gentlemen of the Social Club Clubwill
will w ill give Ie a dance Monday Monda Wednesday Vednesda Vednesdaand
2 and a nd Friday nights The Friday night nl ht
function fu nction will be the coronation and mar marshals maram
8 shals sh am ball Salem the metropolis of this thissection
s section se ction of North Carolina long before
Ti Winston W inston was thought of will Join her
J ounger y sister In the celebration celebrationFIVE
Gov C oy Tyler Acts crll Upon the he Recommenda Recommendation Recommendntioll ¬
rica of ofthc rbe he State Board BonrdRichmond onrd onrdRichmond
Richmond Va Oct 18 18Gov Gov Tyler to ¬
day d ay granted pardons to the following men mennow mennow menow
now n ow serving terms In the State peniten penitentiary penitenasy ¬
tiary ti asy upon recommendation of the board boardof boardof
of o < f pardons pardonsEdward pardonsEdward
Edward Burton sentenced sentenc d In August Auguste2
1 1892 li e2 for eighteen years for murder In the thesecond thesecond theecond
second s degree In Alleghany County He I
killed k illed another colored man and today tod todthere
there t arises a doubt In the minds of the S
jurors j urors as to the cause of killing On this thisground thisground I
ground g round the recommendation of all the thecourt thecourt the i
court c ourt authorities for clemency
was se secured se secured ¬
cured c ured and the pardon granted grantedAddlson grantedAddison
Addison Brown sent up from Prince PrInceWilliam t
William County In April 1898 for formllh formllhcJQus mail mailclqus
clqus c lQus shooting for a term of five years yearsHe ears earsHe
He H e Is pardoned under the new law for forgood forgood
good g ood conduct record recordWilliam recordWIlliam
William Holloway sent up In 1899 from fromNorfolk tromortolk I Iorfolk
Norfolk N ortolk County for two years cars for ma malicious maIIclous ¬
licious il cious shooting The county judge rec recommends recommends ¬
ommends o the pardon upon condition that thatthe thatthe t
the t he prisoner when liberated llberat d never return S
to 1 0 Norfolk County Count In case he should re reo reoturn ¬
turn t urn the judge believes a pardon unwise
Ed Ed Britton sent up for housebreaking
from f rom Charlotte County in May Iay 1893 for lot lotve
five fi ve years The otllclals under whom he h has
has h as served recommend the pardon
James Barksdale sent up from PUts Pittssylvanla PHtsslvanla
sylvanla s County In August 1S97 for fo foousebreaking
housebreaking h and horaesteallne for a x t term
term t erm of seven years yearsBODY yearsnODY
1lonte1 t Aahoro at riioebun hoehlll nail fllurder lUurder1heor r
Theory 1heor IN Advanced AahlInccddpeclal
Special 4 pecial to The Washington Post PostNewport poSt
Newport News Va Oct 16 16Tha The body bodyof bodyM bod V
of Artilleryman Amos L L Dysart of Bat Battery I
tery t ery G Fourth Artillery floated ashore ashoronear a
near n ear Mill Creek Bridge Phoebus this thismorning thismorning thi S
morning While there were no marks thif of ofviolence o oviolence f
violence v on the body there were w re indica indicatlons Indicatlons
tlons t that the man was murdered murder d A Aphy Aphyslclan phy physiclan
siclan s ician trade an examination and ex expressed expressed ¬
pressed p ressed tlo opinion that Dysart was dead deadwhen deadwhn 1
when placed In the water waterDysart waterDrsart
Dysart left the fort Friday on On a two tw 0
days d ays leave of absence attired in citizens citizensclothes citizensclothes citizen citizenlothes S
clothes c He had a small sum of money mona V
when he left Friday night he was seen In It n
some s ome of the saloons of Phoebus When
found f ound this morning he had only a soft softshirt sot
shirt s hirt with collar one cuff and a pair of 0 0rawerO
drawers d dl rawerO The theory advanced by the po ¬
lice l ice is that he was given a fatal Mat dose of o
knockout drops robbed and the body bed I
thrown t overboard to hide the crime The Th C
body was badly decomposed
Dysart enlisted at Evansvllle Ind In I n t
188 1 893 8 and wes about thirty years old The Th a
fort authorities will 111 hold an autopsy af at r
ter which an anthquest inquest will be held heldltJUST
White Prisoners Prisoner Defiance Result In Gen Oenern I Icml
era cml I Order Orderin in Winchester WinchesterSpecial Inchealer InchealerSPIclal
Special to The Washington Post PostWinchester I IWinchester
Winchester Va Oct 17 17faor Mayor R R T I C
Barton today issued an order to the city cit 1 f
Jailor requiring him to turn over all allprisoners allprisoners a 11 11prisoners 1
prisoners confined connn In Jail mu for mlademean misdemeanor I
or to the superintendent of police to toserve toserve I 0 0serve >
serve out their sentences in the chain chalngang i
gang This action was taken because becausethe of ofthe otthe if f
the refusal of a white man to serve in I In
the chain < haln gang defying the order of
court and setting a precedent which whichother whic h hother
other prisoners announced their intention intentionof
of following followln followlnThe
The white prisoner successfully evnd1 evnd1ference eyed 1
the sentence ot the court owing to a
ference of opinion among the official officialter otflclalto
to the correct interpretation or the Chat Chatgant 1 1gang
gang law Mayor Barton settled the mlt mltter ma t tter
i ter By by Issuing the general order requiring requlrnall requinjr g
I all prisoners prls ners to serve on the streets until untiltheir uni Ii Iitheir
their sentences are completed completedST completedST CompletedST
North Carolina Divine Invited to the Lone LoneVacant loDCVncaat Lot ug ugVacant
Vacant Rectorship UectorhlpSpedal ReetsrshlpSpecial
Special to The Washington Poet PoetRichmond PostRichmond > oat oatRichmond
Richmond Va Oct 20 2QJt hIt It Is announced annou annotries ced cedtha d
that tha Rev Robert Strange of St St James 5
Episcopal Church Washington N C has h hbeen as
been called to the rectorship of St St Pauls Paul ls lsChurch
Church here which has been vacant since sin cc ccthe
the resignation several years ago of Her HerDr ftc 5 5Dr
Dr Hartley Carmichael Dr J 1 B Me MeCaw 31
Caw of St St Pauls vestry has been to toWashington n5
Washington and laid the matter before beforeDr lfo lfoDr re
Dr Strange whose decision Is expected expectedin expecti sd sdin
in about ten days daysRev
Rev Dr Strange who is well known urn n
Southern Virginia where his first minis a
terlal work was performed as a a mission missionary ft ftamy ¬
amy among the negroes la regarded as a amost amost
most desirable man for St St Pauls He I
declined a call to Christ Church Nor No InC ¬
folk three years ago agoStandard agoStandard
Standard Oil Plans Plan iu Newport fCetrs fCetrsNewport ItewuSecia1
Secia1 to Tb Washington Post PostNenport
Newport News Va Oct 20 20it It is re reported r rported ¬
ported here on good authority that the tI to toStandard
Standard Oil Company has decided to run runtL ru In Ina
tL pipe line to Newport News and pro proposes pm 0 0poe
poses poe to make this city one of its chief chiefdistributing chi ef efdistributing
distributing points in the South This is isbelieved Isbtlieved
believed to be the explanation of the re r rcent
cent purchase by the Chesapeake and at Li
Ohio of a strip of land on the water wate r riront
iront adjoining Its Itssroperiy property It is said sa Id Idthe
the land is for tine Standard Oil Com Company Cot a aPanY
Returned JIUilonurf iiluIoionr Terrlli Dead Pesdpedai
Epedai to Tt Its VTaiilactoa Pout PoutWheeling
Wheeling W Va Oct 22Dr Charles CharlesS Charl es esTenmill
S Tenill who returned to Wheeling from fromChina fre rn rnChina
China a a few weeks ago died this morning morningat monnI monnIat
at the home of his father In TrladJi Tn1adeJiul > nla
ac aced ed thlryflve of consumption Dr Tr T Tnil rr
rill and his wife were driven out of f China Clii ne a
by the Boxer movement He had ben In Ineharse n
charge of a large hospital conducted by I y
the Presbyterian Board of Missions MissionsFatal i iFatal
Fatal Cradecra radecreIuso luff Accident AccidentSpecial AccidentSSdIl
Special to Ti > Waihletton Post PostMotxnd1lie
iloundaville W V Va Oct W 1Ap An Ohio 01 b bRivet J
Rivet Railroad train today struck a ateam
team driven by Samuel Gray here on a agrade
pride croMiflff The wagon wa was spilntt pllmer tr trad
ed the team killed and Gray was thrown thron vii viiIs n
fifteen feet in the air His back backbroken is
broken and be cannot recover
f Two T wo Atrocious Crimes of WeSt WeStVirginia WetVirginia
Virginia Laborers LaborersWORKWOMAN LaboieisOflK1NQMN
I Jcft le < ft Camp on New Short Line Uondwltli UondwltliSupposed It tuiT With Withupposed
Supposed S Friend and Palled t to Return ReturnItoiir ReturnBodr
Itoiir Found onnd Hidden Beneath Icuvc5t the tuoPockets theockets
Pockets J Uifled RhIledloose Posse In lnr luriuul uU ofA ofAlusnin ci Ac AcnacinTwo
a lusnin nacinTwo Two Other Railroad Laborer LaborerMurder LnborcnsMurdcrand
Murdcrand Murder and Uob Saloonkeeper Saloonkeepercial I ISpecial
s Special Spe cial to Th The VTaiblnrton P Pest PestNew tt ttNew
New MartlnKvIHa W Vo Oct 21 21This 21Thisinity This Thisvicinity
v vicinity vic inity was the scene of two cetdbteodail cetdbteodailmurders coklhleededurders
n murders m urders today Both were c4mmttI fir rtrthe fire
t the th e purpose of robbery E Early rly this morn intmIng morng
i Ing in g two laborers Thomas Burke awl awlFrank aidank
T f Frank Fr ank Ewing employed on the Short ShortLine Shortne
L Line Li ne Railroad at Porters FallS start startfor startd startdr
f for fo r this city Ewings return to t camp campalone caflilone
a alone al one about noon set the others to ques questioning qu quning ¬
tl tioning tlo ning him and when he failed to glv glva give givestraight
a straight account of himself a Prty Prtystarted irtYarted
B started st arted to hunt tho missing misalngman man TIlls THiaevening TIllsening
e evening ev ening his body was found near the read readtwo reado
t two tw o miles from thIs city covered with withleaves withaves
i leaves lo < aves Ills pockets were turned inside insideout insidet
0 out ou t and a bullet from a revolver had put puta puthole
a hole through his brain brim While the airdli airdlifor rdli rdlir
f for fo r Burke was going on Ewing oacupad oacupadtoward oeSap1ward
toward to ward Clarksburg A posse is In search searchof searchhim
o of him himToday himToday
Today two Short Line laborers entered enteredEd enteredd
x Ed E T d Carrolls saloon near Minnie a small srpalltown smallwn
l town to wn near the railroad camp and bought boughttwo boughto
t two tw o bottles of beer They handed Carroll Carrolla Carrollquarter
a quarter and as he turned to put the themoney theoney
n money m oney away one of them struck him himunder himder
u under un der the ear and the other on top of tho thohead the thead
h head he heti ad with the beer bottles They boat him himtill himll
till ti ll Insensible then robbed his pockets of ofGO ofand
214 GO and a revolver and fled overlooking
J200 2 2to 00 In the money drawer Carroll Is dying dyingnight
tonight to night There Is no clew1 to themurder themurderers
ers er a except that they wore redstrlpod redstrlpodsweaters redstripedweaters
sweaters s a common garment among the Iherailroad theilroad
railroad ra ilroad laborers laborersALLEGED labreraALLEGED
Check C hecks Cashed br hotel Hoys BoysOne One Claim Claimto Claimsto
to IleitlaciHirnle lie illaglstrate Urntworllis Son SonNorfolk ou ouNorfolk
Norfolk Va Sept 21WIlllam Went Wentworth Wentortli ¬
worth iv ortli claiming to be a son of Magistrate MagistrateWentworth Magistrateentworth
Wentworth W entworth of New Yprk has been ar arrested arsted ¬
rested re sted here for forgery With him was wnaanother wasnother
another a man John Wilson who is de detained demed ¬
tained ta med as an accomplice The man arasaid are areid
said sa id to have been operating also In Phila Philadelphia Phllueiphia ¬
delphia d and Baltimore Their method methodwas methodas
was w as to send a check out bya hotel bell bellboy belloy ¬
boy b oy indorsed In several names The boy boyusually boysually
usually u sually got the money but In Norfolk a aClothinghouse aothinghouse
Clothinghouse cl notified the police of tine thounusual tinenusual
unusual u circumstances circumstancesIt
It was found that Wentworth alias A ABraun Araun
Braun D raun had a check book on the Colonial ColonialBank Colonialank
Bank B ank of New York In the main th thchecks the theecks
checks ch ecks tendered and anin those filled out anil u d dund
found fo foa und on the prisoner were for small smallamounts smallmounts
amounts a the largest being for J35 31 Tim Timpolice Tlieolice
police p olice do not believe that Wentworth Wenitworthlsa Wenitworthlsaun Is a ason
son s un of the New York magistrate magistrateILL
fien G ems Slilpp DUinlMfcCM Three CuiletH Son Sonof Suits Suitsor
of Prominent Men at Lexlnulnn LexlnulnnSpecial Iexlngtnuipecial
Special S pecial to The Washington Post PostLexington PostLexIngton
Lexington Va Oct 19 19Gen Gen Scott ScottShlpp Scotthipp
Sit Shlpp S hipp superintendent of the Virginia Mil Mflary ¬
itary it ary Institute Js is determined to break up upazing
1 hazing h ht azing of every form and has diemles diemlesthree dismissed dismissedhree
three t cadet members of the third class cluwBradley classradley
Bradley B radley T Johnson Jr grandson of Can CanBradley lstiradley
Bradley B radley T Johnson J E Schoolflold of ofDanville ofanvilIe
Danville D anvilIe son ot Evangelist SchooIflolJ SchooIflolJand SchoolflolJnd
and a nd A Julian Chlnn of Frankfort Kr Krnephew Kyephew
nephew r of Col Jack Chlnn A atrggnnt atrggnntof srgntic srgnticf
of o f the guard and sentinel on a post whore whorehazing whoreazing
hazing h azing occurred are now under arrest arrMipending arrestending
pending p an investigation by the superin superintendent supeninendent ¬
tendent tendentNo t endentNo
No courtmartial was held nor will willthere willhere
there t be any courts of Inquiry in such suchcases suchases
cases c ases hereafter Gen Shlpp having found foundsuch founduch
such s uch line of procedure farcical In the ri risulls r ruits
sulls s uits obtained with very few exceptions exceptionslie exceptionse
J lie H e investigates personally and the re result rcuit ¬
i sult s uit is already wholesome wholesomeCOTTON wholesomeCOTTON
2000 2 001 Lockedout Jniio lliuuipioycc > en Fighting for forRecognition funItecugnltlon
Recognition of Textile Union Uuulonitcial
i Special S itcial to The Washington Post PottCharlotte PostCharlotte
Charlotte N C Oct 18Over 2000 2Ot cot cotton coton
i ton t on mill men are Idle today In Alamanoe AlamanoeCounty AlamanceCounty
i County as a result of the union lockout lockoutIt lockoutt
It I t is estimated today that out of a pay payicll paycli
ia icll i cli of ROOOO SO000 weekly the textile workers workersere workersre
ere a re losing JGO000 JGO000There 60000 60000There
There are no indications today of any anymmediate
immediate i alleviation The employe employewere employoiwere
were forced to leave the millowned millownedhouses millownedouses
houses h ouses they occupied when notices were wereposted
posted notifying them to leave their theirunions
unions or the mills and many are in sore eorostraits soretraits
straits s traits for the bare necessities of life aa aawell nilwell
well as without shelter hut they arc arcstanding aretandIng
standing s firmly together They say their theiruture
future f uture dependi upon compelling the mill millowners millOWfltXS
owners to recognize the textile union unionFHOST unionFROST
Potato Vines Killed and TrueUIn Trucking and andIasturciKO andinaturngeSevuurelyiilpped
IasturciKO inaturngeSevuurelyiilpped inaturngeSevuurelyiilppedSpecial Severely Hipped HippedSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostNorfolk PoutNorfolk
Norfolk Va Oct 18 11A A heavy frost frosttbe frostthe
the first of the season fell throughout this thissection thissrction
section last night Potato vines were klll kllled killed
ed but the sweet potatoes wen unharm unharmed unharmed ¬
ed The frost was not generally fnjurtoun fnjurtounto injulousgrowing
to growing cropa throughout the Tide Tldiwater Tidewater
water trucking districts districtsPetersburg districtsPetersburg
Petersburg Va Oct 18 11ConsIderable 11ConsIderabledamage Consdernh Consdernhdamage
damage was done in Dinwiddle and ad adjoining adjoining ¬
joining counties last night by frost which whichwas whichwas
was unusually severe for the first of the theseason theseason
season seasonFrcdericksburg seasonFredericksburg
Fredericksburg Va Oct I8Frost fell fellhere felllucre
here last night nipping vegetation and andgiving ass assgivng
giving the pastures the first setback vtftfc vtftfcthe s1cthe
the rains started them up afresh afjar aflatbe aflatberecent he herecent
recent drought droughtSlrunbarc
0 0l4tmoabarg
Slrunbarc hank Itabberr CaeSpecial Cae CaccisSitCll
Special to The Washington P Pout PoutWoodatock L LWoodstock
Woodstock Va Oct 2iSh 25SherIff rlfr gjMJCsr gjMJCsrreturned iiIParreturned
returned borne thi this afternoon from XvYork Xv XewYork
York with Stewart R Gray all allies Seal Scotty Sealty
ty who is charged with being a mtmbtr mtmbtrof mcsborof
of the gang which robbed the ikrttMrg ikrttMrgbank trsMrgbani
bank Owing to the crowded condition oondtUenOf oondtUenOfthe Of Ofthe
the Joi jail here the sheriff took hi his man vo voHarrlionburg ushlasrrisonhurg
Harrlionburg where he will b be cotribwd cotribwduntil coodseduntil
until trial Mrs Butler wif wife of Krisoo KrisooSlim Frlee9Slim
Slim who U confined In the county jail jctihere jailhere
here charged with being ImplicHUtt t tb J JStrasburg
Strasburg robbery ha return returned 10 13 13more DItJW DItJWmore
more since the postponement of her nu nubandu lies liesbands
bands trial trialCuokrd trialChoked
Choked to Death on 1JrsI1outis1ial 1JrsI1outis1ialE5el IJr tIoutLfiilV tIoutLfiilV8i
8i E5el c l to The Tb Wablsct Mubiugteu s Port PortWheeling PoetWheeling
Wheeling Vf Va O Oat t WJoius I9JIssilong yur yurlonr
long aixtyelght year ski W tW mamta mamtaentered msnising msnisingentered
entered a local restaurant and btM up upon s son
on a hearty breakfast At aJjuoe 105 Utt Uttfirst i ifirst
first mouthcr be began chektuje chskqcai chskqcairushing awl awlrtwhing
rushing outdoor fell oil Uneowcimfcr write writesidewalk is J5 J5sidewalk
sidewalk t An ambulance wan anted 4idbs 4idbsthe tal talthe
the patient died before the noqptu noqptureached su sureached
reached Puilon Furlong caw cameo h her r from fromdtIphla frostdtulphia
dtIphla a week ago and won foreman in inAH itsan
AH ollpip line lineGallon
8060 Gallon of Itcnzloe llxplotlrd lisplodedEf4dCI
Ef4dCI to Tb Wubl its Pt PtCharlotte
Charlotte N C Oct 17HI 17High h Point Pl t tN
N C was shakers a as if by an antonit iM0j
tonight at S oeloeV by the xosco xpkMfcM A Abenzine i ibonzlns
benzine tank containing WOO gttilan a1Isns Tit Titexplosion ths thseyploftlon
explosion occurred on th the outskirts af afthe ofthe
the town and flt no ca castIIioui uUloM rciulted rciultedsuhot
xttet WhIle rulouillug IIU ill Itlfle ItideThe
8p JtI to Th The WatWejten 1wt 1wtWilmington ltwilmington
Wilmington N C Oct R J D iomp iompa sip sipty
ty a wellknown planter shifl > het hirossif hlmisltitt
lit the breast today while mffotdtnx1 u urifle iti1t
rifle Ill phyalclaua lhY3iCia1 am afraid to probe proboor probefor
for or the ball ball

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