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VOLUME 4, NUMBER 138. INVESTIGATING THE STEAMBOAT SERVICE NAVY OFFltfi IS NOW IN THE QTY Commander Z. L. Tanner Arrived Yesterday to In vestigate Service 10 MAKt W INSPfCIION old M aval Officer who was Re tired Some Time Ago, and lias Been Appointed by President to Visi* Southern Ports. ( omntamler Z. I. Tanner, U. S. N.. arrived in the city yesterday tor the flirt late of in-.peeiini; heats at tba: touchier with Inspectors Leo ami I t'/gerahl. He came here front Bavnti i ali wliore he lias been engaged in liis v ei h for the past several .lays, t 'onimamler Tanner's work is to tn i pert the steamboats' and other, vet ;. j nint report to congres< relative i ; life saavtr.g equipment. There are now eight bills itt con rn as submitted I'/ Seerela,-y Met calf and receut'y introduced by Hep 11 .enlaitivc Ci.vsvenor, chairman or tie house committee on Merchant Ma i11,,, in accordance wit It the recomtuen and: tions in the report of the Slocum f: .esligafion Commission, for file lm ( 1 mvemcnt of ilie steamboat inspection ' :ei \ ice by pending existing laws •Hie first hill proposed an amend i enl establishing an executive t orn i itt.ee of the board id" supervising in Hectors, Wit II power to amend tile ndi-s of the Steamboat sen er. to tie £ l proved tip the secretary of com i ,i tee nml talor In the interim tic tween meetings of lilt full hoard. At; oilier includes assistant i,e peclors einong those prohibits and from liuvne p, quinary intoic-sis in vessels or iat tilled article? and bring motor bone < i more Itian fifteen tons under the general penal p lOVlsiotiß. After pioviding compulsory iu-p r tons once a year, the fourth lull aims to provide an adequate penalty tar tiny one wilfully manufacturing or selling defective file preserving at plinuc. •>. u rm chart era are made liable as well as owners and the hill makes orimiim U responsible such ollii-i-i'. and and: i • ctors of a <■> •! poral 'on a at !y ; fi,d knowing!- auilty of tnt.iWY*" ( i' Hie management of a vessel wh< re I v lives are endangered. Tiie eighth lit 1! provitP -. for a com mittee 0,1 marine construction, to he c imposed of (xperi and to consider the general snbj- <*t of construction o) t team vessels, will-, a view to the rela tion of that construction to the safely if life The final report of the Naval Ihmrd II is expected, will have its Influcmie oi congress hi the vote on these hilts, t ontmandi r ff anner i dev tins s l“^ , rii attention to Hie In- saving eijmn r,,ent of passenger steamers, life pro -i rves the condition of hose ami fire t: Dting apiaratus arid to lifetjeats and n Its. ’I lie investigation l.y Commander nner began at Norfolk in November rial was Continued at Baltimore amt j Jacksonville, Savannah and Charier,ton t m trig the la t district investigated j Commander Tanner is a retired oiti l rtr of the n-vy. He enteres the (Id vofunte.-r navy in 18(52 and net veil until 1807. After that lte entered the old volunteer navy in Ifo2 and served until 1867. After that, t.e was In ihj regular r.avy through a:! of It;; grades (o couin.ander. ll ' \as retired in I8:t7. Commander I'an- 1 rtr has been an extensive traveler From 1874 to IS7!'< he commanded the t-tel fie mail steamers Colon and City o: Peking ana for several years he vas engaged in ucientlfio and deep-sea exploration. During the Hpanlsh- Aroertcan war he was on duty at the ravy department in Washington and at San Francisco and Honolulu. When the board of naval officers was appoint td to inVeetirate the steamboat ser vice Commander Tanner was assigned It; the district from Baltimore to Flor ida t ; ; H P CHAPLIN, WELL KNOWN DRY G~OD9 MAN, ON JF.KYL i Henry B. Chaplin, a member of m e of the lArgest ilty ,?ood‘ firms ii. the United States, arrived In the city yesterday and left immediately for Jckyl island, where he will spend some time. He Is the senior member < I the dry goods firm of H e. Oh&ajin & Cos., New York, which is well known p. all sections ox the country. j DISCUSSED THE COUNTRY ROAD . Camden People Anxious to Have Road Througo to This County. j At the last meeting of the commis 1 s tiers of roads and revenues of Cam ten county, the stibject of cutting a , rend through to this county was dts < ussed .but no action was taken. A.s has been stated in these columns i t tore the people of Camden county ; io very anxious for a dirt road from their county to Brunswick. To btntd such a road would be somewhat of a ■ ,g undertaking, but m yie same time would !<e of to the peo ple in all sect'pn^^Btajriden. it-is now ‘ aiposH'.UleiWkrlve from Camdor cimiity to Brunswick without f nearly to Waynesville n- .king Dp over sixty nnles. It a road could he cut through near I’Uiden it would shorten the distance about twenty ml bn; and the people ol • ,i- neighboring county could very ( i.sily drive to the city, it is beltevet that the road wilt be cut throngli some t rue during the present year. ANOTHER BANK AT DOUGLAS Messrs B Peterson and Brcther and E. A. Buck to Start It. Messrs. B. IViersbon, J. E. Peterson .ii.d Ik A Buck will open anew bank oi Douglas on March the first next. Alt these men are well known business u-( n in I >.mylar, and south Georgia. They are all ■ , alih> and have thous ands el tnoni-v and property to back i■- bank. They have all the cupltnl i hey need. I'lie hank will be located n in lei ion's brick block. i In hank it ; officials and it/i special it-;:lures will be written up later. For Liu? present L is sufficient tor us to 11 k.\ that !) e-las Is simiii to have reotin-r hank.- Cos ft ce Count.) Gazette. NO MOL!) UP IN THE HAD WLAI HER I : ognostieato, Says that we Will have Gam Agam 'today, and Cold Spell May Follow in Few Days. For Geii'fiia, rain Thursday.” finch is the laconic observation or !]■, eh!,, of l! e weather in the report : out ye. t . rday I- it mat. ■ you feel sad.' You are --xcuised If It doer. We J . .- !.ecu hai-iiff rainy, sloppy, niur : weather for several days . : i, and it i . getting a little morioto ici : . W ■ never pet a glimpse of the in ami the ram comes down early igh il iTTIf! wi, idea ot , , up. L'udt-r foot, it is as juicy \. can be. A’i except Uiu.se who are coiapetlo*! by l-usiuosu engagements to £,- ( out are slaying indoor*, and retail f-.uiess is at a siandsUll. Tiie wonder of it all is that down in .-. eiti I. liter' we have been get ting none of the freezing weather wliicn ha parcUeally paralyed most ct Uie country for llie past several days. Even as l'ar south as Macon Hie -treats have been coated with ice ;:lr< ot ear traffic has been stopped vite.i i:a-.( berni down and business ii... Bt-ou precticaUy at a standstill, the tompe.attire was low ,wiii,le down .-i this : .(;:io . the Uiennometors have not registered lreezlng weather in it ore than a v.-eek. there may bo "something rouglt -coming Oiti way on the heeis of me ' pr. sent ratny spell, and while it may ire much colder, we have the eonsola ;i- on oi feefin.; that it cau be the bear in' of very lit!.: more physical discoin • ton than we are now experiencing. GEORGIA SOCIETY PREPARES FOR BANQUET IN NEW YORK i Admiral Schley of Chancellor W. B Hill, Will be Guests of Honor, Elaborate preparations are being i made for tho third annual banquet of II rr f oeiv-ty in New York, ■ tfieb will lr nebl at the Waldorf-As t<■••la'on the ev ning of Thursday, Feb 1-. and tbit occasion promise*', to prove •no of the mo-1 enjoyable events ever i- von by the oi ganlzAtion. A number ot prominent gnosis will be present., Admiral Schley. Chancellor W. B li ll of the Hr. verity of Georgia, and Y'ajor .1 i- Hanson, of Macon will be among the speakers. Prior to the oanquet a reception will lie held and ladies will again he seated at the tiamjuet table as has been the custom in the past. All Georgians ami Heir friends are invited to attend Tickets will b . supplied at the office < i the president. James E. G-rayhlll, 1 ‘Jj Broadway ,or by the committee, i The banquet committee follows: Be (ti il Parker, H. J. Breitenhach. M. .1 \ erdery, Thomas J. McGuire, VV. It, Black. L. H. 'iercer. C. It Williams, 1 <ivid Robinson. Tito advise y board follows. Geo. K* ter Peabody. Robert G. Erwin. 9am Morton jg'.. Plant, Oscar Btrautm . M and. O’tft .in. Patrick Cal- Pt un and Davie Mayer. BENNETT IMT • io 000 mm v Grand Master AddressS Letter to Order Con cerning Year’s Work \ GOOD INCKIASI SHOWN A Number of New Lodges have Been the State muring Year, and Others^^ll Soon be Chartered. ns v Tito JoiTil lodge of UJiTj Follows IWJ-O received tin- following'jrlter from Jnin \V. Uouneit, grand miWbv of the .1 O. O. f\. lias been si lit out to a!^HWs!ateli.|:-,()s: "As wo ha\ • seen the close of the rear 190-1 an-1 tho end of the first month of the- year 1905 t desire as your presiding officer to let the order in this jurisdiction know wliat, has been done and wliat is being done til tills time. While the order is pro gressing very nicely, ! fool that we have not done all that we can do and ought to do. Since my term ol office began the first of last June, there has Been instituted sixteen new lodges v ith a membership, of til 4. it seems to me that we ought to have had at toast twenty-!’.'c or thirty new lodges by this time with a membership or from twelve or fifteen hundred, hut on account of serious illness of tin wife of itev. W. T. Thompson, the state or i.anizer, lie li is been unable to do any work during the last three months tic informs mu that now It*.- wife is much improved, and he will be nine, to gel actively in the field, amt hopes to ttiai.c a good shewing before Iho meeting of tho next grand lodge. I desire to cull upon alt of the loilg o> io get to - oik earnestly and wun new (leterim.mlion to organize some new lodges in your respective sections ■is well as improve those already in ox dunce. We 'tight to have at least twenty-live or more new lodges by lilt t tin- the grand lodge meets in May. 1 find in going over liio records v 't ii our gran i secret ary that the re torts from the old lodges at the end of the last term show an approximate g. ii in membership of 71.8 'I his is a very small rain, hut it is due largely to Llio fact that the suspensions have I ( (it extremely heavy. I am sorry Io slate that sonic of the lodges have .- impended at lc-jst 25 per cent of their membership*. Our jncemte ought to have been much larger and would i ave been but for the groat number suspended and. in this connection I t <■: ire to rein ml the financial secre taries ot the various lodges that mem t ors ?,o often suspended for lack ol 1 roper performance of duty on llie 1-art of the secretaries, and 1 ask that these officers ho vigilant in the per ii (finance of Heir duties ami suggest that you gel a list of Die suspended members of your lodge, go find see fill in' anil try to get them to be re- Instated. Winn you study Hie popu lation of Georgia as compared with other states in connection wilb our i oble order, we ought to have from ..'e.dOU to 40,000 Odd Fellows In goon standing and with the proper work trot energy on (he part of those inter rated In ibis order, it will only lie a l(\v years when wo will have a mein i erfthip of Ihai number. 1 find upon examination of the records that on I ioi -tuber 31, I!I03, the total member ship was 17,123. Increase for 11 rat Urm of 1904 was 2,077 approximate ln ciease for tho second term of Ihtil, 1.372 making n total membership on t-ce. 111, 190 1 of 20,672 and an increase lor the year 1904 of 3,419. As I say this increase would lie much larger but let- tin 1 fact that there have been so it.any suspension*. I give these fig ures Io the various lodges because we have no official ar-.-an In Ibis state at this time by which the members can keep up with wliat the order is doing “Now, in conclusion, brothers, tot its gel to work In the Interest of the erder and work earnestly and Iry to r.itike the year 1906 the banner year or Odd Fellowship In Georgia and en ('(nvor to Increase our membership io at least 23000. We represent a noble cider and one that is di/iriß n great deal for ItR membership. "With kind retards and best wishes i am yours fraternally, "John W. Bennett, Grand Muster, “Attest- J Ji Tiwm, Grand Secretary.’ - COLORED DPUO STORE TO BE GOLD ON FEBRUARY 13 The coloted dni% store on Neeasile stieet owned liy ltuggs &. Smith will I e sold hy an officer of Justice Urn -1 lights iourt in February m, to uHa ty o mortgage tiled against the firm. I* 1s probable (hat there will-be sever al bidders on the stock. GA., FEBRUARY 9, 1905. XO*REPAI|Rn HER PUMPS TjpPge CumbCriaiyl is in Port for that > Will go to Wharf of j Bricsenick-Hensell Cos. J kite large stijam dredge (iumbc£md v filch has bee t at work on the outer r ar for tho past few weeks came Into t ort yesterday |or coal. The t'umberifind will not return this morning .but “Will go to the wharf t: Hie Hriesoni(*k-Hensell Engineering <’ompaiiy.iwlu:(;;some remains will be Made on tier flumps. It seems that during mhe past flew days one or two the pumps of the commodious (hedge have been in bad working ni cer, and the commander thought this a good time to- have them repaired, the weaiher bebig so bad that it is aounsl impossible for ihe dredge to vm-it. Several men ivi! be put tin- dredge tills ihorning uml v ill be completed in the cu?srlHl l two or three days. "^8 BOWLERS ARE AFTER TAMPA. To Not Like the Charge Preferred Against them by Florida City. Tito members of llie local bowling •‘•’am are up fit tubus against the Tain -1 a team, which lias charged them v tin cheating in the last two games, hi. account of which appeared in these columns a few days ago. Hr. G. VV. Ifinnton. one or the load utg members oi the locals, was soon l-J a News reporter yesterday and lie is indignant over the charge. "it those fellows In Florida are horn Mis -onri let Hi; 11 1 come down, or send a ret rosentati ve. ’ and we will show them The fact of the matter Is Tam pcs team an I probably the paper are mad because 'boy can’t get up among Hu "four it it lm re ik" in the league race •Ml because Brunswick which ban 'won trailing a.i life lail end. canto for • aid with two excellent games, they charge cheating to us." Tim olaor member* am equally as indignant ov n- the'" charge ami •tti'r*. mo now hoping to see Tampa at ttu t i.ttom of the fist. " he next match bowling game will tie played on Wednesday night, or next v eok and Hie locals hope to roll up another big score if possible, the Tam pa complaint to tho contrary notwith standing! - NEGRO ON TRIAL CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING GIRL Swift Nelson, a well known negro, who ha : been employed by tiie Mutual light nml Water Company for tie ast several years, was placed on trial ie llie city court yesterday • morning, charged with assault, :t small negro : .rl, about 12 years of age, being hi:. \ '(.tint. The negro was represented by Goi. !) W. Krause and the case wan quite .- hard foil ;lil (,nc H (licitor Go!son lic it assisted in the prosecution by i.jm li. IC. rarL The case went to tho jury about ! I o’clock yeslc- lay morning, and it is more than i robaldo that a mistrial v 111 he the t .-sr.lt as the jury was out .•il ulghl and there was no indication ■;f them reaching a verdict. SHERIFF’S WIFE WANTS DIVORCE Alimony Proceeding* Follow Marriage of a , w Months Ago. Valdosta ,Gu.. Feb. X. Suit hatj been entered in Clinch superior court for a divorce by Alts. s. A. Sweat, wife oi fheritl Sweat Tin* bearing was held pi. Baxley in i.liam'hers liy .tmlge Bar i: r ye.itot'dny. Mrs. Sweat seeks adi vorce and alimony and an injunction to prevent her husband from disposing of lit:; money or property until the c modioii of a'imony is heard. It is announced that this hearing will take pome at. Rax by, Feb. 18. It. Is also said that the lawyers in the case will meet here next Thursday for the pur pose of trying to reach a settlement Mrs. Sweat It Is said, wants ynu a month from her husband. Sheriff Sweid was married here last taril to Mrs Mitchell, postmistress at .saylor, the marriage oenuring after •tic, collide bad attended Robinsons ciicur. at night. The plaintiff alleges duel treatment as the cause for de an ing a ill voice. Crowded With Work ' * , I lie machine shops and marine rall vay of the Briesenlck Hensell Engi neer Coui|>aii) is one of the busiest places In the city just at present, as is \i rally the case. Tba foundry is crowded with marine works of all kinds and several boats are now ai the wharf and on the railway for repairs. Quiet in Police Circle* . The had weather la probably nr countable for the tact Ll.at everything cap been unusually quiet in police cir des for (be past few days and very Jiw arrests have been made. There were no arrests at ail yesterday , (111 IHBOTF \ 4MO IIP Awful Tragedy Occurred at Pearson, on B. &VV. , Tuesday Morning MURDERFH IS NO I KNOWN Stated that ti e Woman, Mrs. Mary Smith, was a Resident of Bruns wick Befd? Marriage— -Peo pie up At a slnlion of the li. &. W. an aged white woman of that I 'neo ,Mrs. Mary Bmitli, t y some i ;(jitiwiy^J"; . WrTatnod but the foilowl JJpartial ac count was sent out from M'aj'cross. "t’earson on the l>i-mi.-wlek and Western railroad was throwi. into the mildi-Kt excitement -ilii, ntornine. by iTte discovery ot Hie mysterious mur der of Mrs. Mary Smith, an aged white woman. Mrs. Smith resided on tho outskirts of tho town, with Iter 1" year old grand dauehter. This morn ing the screams of the child attracted •he attention of neighbors and uj on investigation the dead body of the vonian was found In the house with her throat cut from ear to ear. 'The child could give no bif.irmn tcn about tin killing. She had only discovered her grandmother's body a f(-w moments b fore the neighbors ar rived. "No one has so far lieen connected with the crime. Bloodhounds were I (ought out, tut failed to strike a II ait. •'Business at Pearson was almost • ( mpletely sust ceded today ami ovi-sy <.no has been lending aassistance in looking for elm s to Hie murder. While it is believed Mrs. Smith was killed py a negro, nothing ha turned up so en this belief ft Is-underst (Oil tti.it an opt tend has existed belaveu Mrs.- Smith ami other people residing til Pearson, and the theory is advanced that the killing rii w out of ii. It was stated yesterday that the mur (ti red woman ? • .i >.>. m. : n-sident of Brunswick, having resided hero before her marriage, but no facts ol ln-r i-cm-i --d tlCe here could he b.-iirned. AHanlie Goi-st I,lm> cimductor* and others arriving in the city yesterday • iit( 1 1 tliill every effort possible was icing made to apiu.lieud the guilty person, lint no cine v.-balev.-i- had yet been found. The (own is groatly ■nought up over the murder. THE FRUIT CROP MAY HAVE ESCAPED FREEZE Breaking of Limbs Under the Weight of Ice ib Per laps Extent of Injury. Macon. Ga . F( l>. s. '•in , Uml the ice lias thawi and and fallen from the trees on which it: Inn! found lodgment lor two days Ibo question of tho dam age that resulted is being considered. And as thi*, the time of year when solicitude begins for the safety of the fruit crop, inquiries are made always lo ascertain wliat. barm was done i the peach orchard*. Frequently a! Ups time of year there has been enough warm weather to ad vaiico tho buds and too nn/' h freezing is not good for the prospective crop, nut this year tin? nud.; seem to lie no lai'tlier advanced than they were in December, and cold does not hurt them. ; ; All the damage that was dom result i.d from llie I--'akin of limbs under Hie weight oi' ice. This damage is raid to be vsy slight, however Children Can't Attend School. Superintend' nt. Ballard, of the O’ymi county public schools, stated to a News rererter yesterday that the attendance at tiie schools during the pest week had been unusually small which was ae-ounted for by the bad weather. Onlhiren r.-tidvag on the ciiitsklrt.:; of llie city finU it almost impossible to get to school dally dur ing this rainy spell. Jeffries Here Wedneeday. (hi VVedne day night the greatest tighter in the world, Janie) J. Jellrles v 111 appear here in the back wood dra n a. Davy Crocket I at the Grand opera house. Aft " Ibo performance the champion will appear In a sparring match with hi partner, Yank Kenney, there iS much interest in the event which is sot for next Wednesday, Feb. If tl>. Servian Cabinet Resigns, Belgrade, Herrin, Feb. 8 Tile Her- Win cabinet, L.'aded by H. Groiilteh, and In which Nie. Pachltch held the rest of minister of foreign affairs has resigned. Their resignation is due to court troubles, JM’UTINOUS’RESERVISTS SHlrttD TO MANCHURIA MRS. BROWN STILL MISSING Absolutely no Trace of Her Has Been # Discovered. , Orlando, Fla., Feb. B.—This Is the ti'th (lay since the mysterious disap i earance of Mrs. Brown .wife of Arch Genson Brown and although the most thorough and diligent search is still be lm-, kept up no trace of the missing | woman has been discovered. She seems to have disappeared from the earth leaving no sign behind her. The friends of Rev. Brown are (lo ng all in thei) power to lighten the v eight of his sorrow, and every one in the community Is ready to rentier .my possible service or drop all other matters and join in the search. ALL UNDER QUARANTINE. Discovery of Smallpox in Gettysburg ' 111'r college *’ as placed under quarantine today be cause of the discovery of smallpox ui the Institution. The freshmen, Hoy \\. Stain’ augh of Perry county and Hall’ll Zimmerman of Somerset, lv stricken with tlie disease and the ii io'd of health deputized a large force of men to guaid Ihe dormitory. llefore their arrival, however, more tlian one hundred students had lieu fnuit Hie college, Many of them leav ing ttie building by the way of the are escapes while others Jumped from tin windows. Eighteen young men succeeded in boarding a train for Harrisburg hut upon their arrival at •''at city they wore met hy a squadron of policemen who shipped them hack to Gettysburg. The Weather. I or,w;e i for today in Georgia: i ivsh nortiieas f winds. BOV SHOT FATHER TO SAVE MOTHER Intoxicated Husband was Chasing his Wife Around House, When Young Man Firetd with Shot Gun. Newberry, S. (\, Feb. X News leached Newberry yesterday afternoon if Hie killing ot John Atkinson by bis sen, John Atkinson. Jr., at their home In Gold- ville 1 aurolls county, near thi* .Newberry lin** From wliat can bo learned of the rllae- it. appears that, the father came koine in an intoxicated condition and tloeaicned to kill Ids wife. Mrs. At li'tiHon ran ITm: one room to another. At: the doors were battered down by Hie infuriated hut--! ami slip finally took n fuge in Ihu room occupied by her n-ti Atkinson, Jr. Iter son told bis father not to at tempt to enter the room or he would kill him in th ; protection or his motli •t. Tin' warning was unheeded, how ever, and this door fell benealli the biow.tt of the drunken man. As tho mni entered tin room and tiifclmi! toward Ills wife the son grab fed a shot gun and fired point blank at his father the full charge taking effect. Death resulted Instantly. John Atkinson, Sr., was about 50 years of ago end the son is 21. Both were in tho employ of tho Goldville Manufarttiiriri!' company. 'l'he son vent to Laurens and surrendered to tne sheriff. IEWELS VALUED AT Sfi.ooo ARE MI’oSING Wealthy Minneapolis Woman Discov ers Jewelry Lost Between Hotel and Train. Ban Francisco. Fell. S IC. M. Hol • took, a wealthy Innihor man of Min peapolls who accompanied by nis wife mis heen spending some Weeks In this cqy started for home today. When about to board the Overland I train, Mrs, Holbrook discovered that a* casket containing Jewels valued at $3. >OO had dlsap*,,eared on the way from tho hotel to the railroad. The travelers fiitace!! the matter t 'n the hands ot the pdltee r,ut so tor ti-.e detectives hate not succeeded In ■ t,tilling the Kifihtost dew to the miss ing gem*. MANY WORKMEN ARE IDLE. Teamsters* Strike Affects Men in Lum ' be* - Industry. Chicago, Feb. S. Hundreds of work p cu connect on with the lumber Indus- Hy are out of employment, as u result of the strike of lumber teamsters, inau (.urated yesterday and the number will swell Into the thousands before ihi' end of t lie week, according to the 1 1 be officers (if the lumbermen's asso i bilion. There is scarcely an Industry in tits city tliul will not foe) the effects in the strike by the end ot the week” says Edward Hines, president of the . lumbermen's association. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I CAPTURED AFTER FIERCE RATTLE One Thousand Are Forced to Entrain—Others Are Compelled to Leave MANY INJIfRFD IN FIGHT Three Thoussod Had Broken Fr, Barracks and After Battle witi Cossacks They were Captured J and Made Prisoners. Vienna, Feb. s.--oiie thousand mutt, p; us reservists were ou Monday driv en like ntt] eo a train ready t.O start ho Manchuria from Volkovisk, goveru i rent of Grodno .Russian Poland, ac cording to a dispatch received here loom that town. On both sides ot the train stood soldiers, ioaJy to shoot cny man who made au attempt to escape. Guards, armed to the teeth, were placed in every car and the train, which was not scbivluled to start tor several hours, was sent away so soon as it con'd be gotpout or the de- I ot. The deportation of the men was the culmination oi the most serious mun !t> of reservists which has yet occur, red In Russian Poland. Toward noon, Monday, 3,000 of the reservists broka down the Barracks doors and forming iff to line, marched hooting and singing through the streets. All spi-it store* u tho way wore wrecked. The bar* ids wore stm shed and what the men <:( tihl not drink was spilled itt the gut* ter*. 4®* The drunken horde then made it* way to the re.dleutia) district of the town. A regiment of infantry was quickly called out and sent to inter cept the rTotci s. Without stopping to parley the commanding officer gave Hit- Order to lire, and, as a result ot the first volley, two reservists tell dead and 11 were wounded. Then the tegltuent broke through the ranks or thu rioters, encircles I,OUO ot them, and maiohed them back to the bar rack*. jj The rest of the mutineers were per* t iitted lo re main at liberty until more t.oops conhl be brough to the scene i Ills tin e cavalry waa sent out, for 'he mutineers nad spread into various • '-Ftricts and haa to lie rounded up. A running llgnr developed, lasttng for over an hour, during which the Citi zens were in r. -jute of panic and harm i passers by, wipj were trying to pain plncos or safety, were ifddea t".wn by tne foisacas. Many or th • reservists were kltled and a large number injured, but owing ’:> the large urea o'- r which the battle extended Hie exact number of casuai t'es ts not. y-*t obtamatle. Finally, however, the majority of the reservists were cornci-e.i and the Cossacks drove them before tfiem to the Dar racks. There the order was given that as many as could lie got Into a waiting u-aln should i;r shipped off to Manchu. iia. Hemmed in by troops on all sid es. looking into rifle barrels wherever ihi'y turned the men were herded to gelher and hurried to the depot where i hey were packed Into the train. The dispatch adds that all tne oth ers who participated m the muttny, wilt also ho .mut to tiie Far East In sole of 24 hours. BANK OFFICER’S NEW TRIAL. Former president Henry Lear of Doy leston National Bank Arraigned. Philadelphia Feb. B.—Charged with having mlKaj preprinted $(’.0,000 of th* li mis of the Doyleston National Bank Henry former president of that liistlttfeion, which became Insolvent to 1903 was mraigned for his second I,’al in the United States court yest*r nry. With a specially appointed United tsiatm; District Attorney, Henry t*. Blown to assist him, District Attor* i-ey J. Whitaker Thompson, who con ducted nhme Hie prosecution ot Mr, I.car’s former trial In Hptember, ex pects this tint.* to secure a conviction. TROLLEY CAR TURNS OVER. Struck a Sharp Oorve When Going at t-Hgh Speed. Portland, (ft.. I<tt. k A trolley car loaded with people going to work jumped the truck this morning while filing at a high rate or speed near Mount Villa, a suburb of the city, '.'he car turned over and every on* iiToaril was more or less Injured. One man was killed outright, 18 se riously injured and 38 slightly hurt.