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THE DREYFUS TRIAL
Rehcarlnp of the-Celebrated Case Now In rrooress. POPULATION ARE INDIFFERENT. Priioaef Satraclen the Jatjga With Itli Hands Rutins m Nil Koeei. a Im putable figure. Bonnes, Aug. S.Tho proceedings of thj court-martial before which Copt. Jroyfus la on trial opened at ten min ute pott 7 o'clock yesterday morning. j"dapt. Droyfus onterod tho courtroom with a firm step, though hit features were tmllld. He ii partly bald nnd what hair he has Ii gray and close cropped. Ho answered tho formal questions of tho judgs ns to his name, ago. etc., lis a clour, determined volco. He rat fao Ing the Judges with his hands resting on his knoco, an Impasslblo figure. Tho trial oponod, so far as nounes Is con cerned, In an atmosphcro of pcrfoct tranquility. The population Is appar ently lndtfforent. Only n small crowd, nt the most fifty persons, had gnthorod outside tho entrance to tho Lycoo by C o'clock. A majority of these were Jour nsllsts. Tho prefect of police and chief of tho secret police, Vlgsur, arrived Just before 0 and began tho superin tendence of police measures. At this tlmo only halt a dozen of gendarmes wero visible They wore stationed nt the portal of tho Lyceo. and Insldo tho cordon In front of the Lycoe, which Is separato (If n. JlmlnM. HAVana, Aug. I. Oen. Juan Isldro Jlmlnex, who was Interviewed yester day, said ho was In dally receipt of about twenty-flvo cablegrams from Santo Domingo, whero all was going well. To the Interviewer he exhibited a letter which ho said was from n per son of Influence, advising him not to risk partlelpancy In an expedition, ns the result was assured and was only a matter of time. According to tho writer, If anything happened to Jim Ines, tho people of Banto Domingo would regard It as a great loss, Inns much as their Ideals nnd hopes regard tng good government wero bound up In him. Moreover, the present sys tem neoded a man In somo respects like Houroux, whereas tho present oxeett tlvo, Flgucro, though trying to work on tho linos followed by Heureux, was mean, unpopular and Incapable of car rying on tho administration with tho necessary vigor, dsn. Jltnltioc said he could not leave Havana at present, as ho must have a headquarters from which to soud orders nnd nt which to rccolvo news, but when nil was nsnurod he would i;o. Ho romarked that he counted on a majority of four-fifths, nnd tnllW in a very confident strain, expressing hlmsolf an hopeful of com plete success. Ho asserlml that he had received offers of assistance from many Cuban. Intnnit nf llilnlmr. Washington. Aug. 8. Tho Island nf Dalnbnc, tho scene of tho brush with tho Moras, detailed In Admiral Wat son's dispatch. Is situated southeast of tho Island of I'atamati, which Is the most westerly of the Philippine Islands nnd directly west of tho Island of Pa- nay. The light there, which wan ro established by I, lout. Commander Nux from tho r0, ""uw fnr twenty-five miles and Is eldewnlk of the Avonue do In (lare by " considerable Importance n high Iron railing, which no onn was allowod to pass until Dreytiw had been I In ...... I . I .. .. I.. I.... I , I . in iinTipniiuu, uninii in mrwi hup uc tween Singapore sod the Straits settle ments and the Island to the north. Tho IslHnd Is Iweiity-lwo tulles long, and according to Information In the pOHHOftsluu of tho dnput-tmont has hut a population of 1100. Those are . o scribed In Admiral Watson's dispatch ns Moros, tho name applied to -the fierce natives of tho Hulti group. Thoy are Mohammedans, and are regarded as the most warlike people In the Phil ippines. Tho capital, llalabaa ha transferred from tho military prison to the rosm within the Lycoe building whore ho was to await tho uotnont wlien he should bo summoned to onter tho-courtroom. Strbnc detachments of gendarme, on foot and mounted, began to nrrlvo nt 6 o'clock and took up their positions la the sldo streets around tho Lyceo. At 8:115 tho protect of police gnvo tho ordor to closo tho Avenue de la Onro for 300 yards in front ot the Lyceo ana population ot ?ou. Tiie Spanish gov ... . .. . i . . t .,.. .,.. . ....... aiso an mo uy-siroeis icnuing 10 ma nvaiuo. Tho gendarmes were Imme diately drnwn up along tho avenue' nnd tho spaco In front ot tho Lycc was cleared ot all spectators. A detach mont ot Infantry was drawn 'across. the avenuo in two double lines, lca-f lng between thorn n p.iseago for Capj ureyrus across inn nvoiiuo irom in military prison to tho entrance to hvaee. Tho crowd, which by that time hi Inercssod to n fow hundred, woro ko by tho gendarmes nt n distance of 16 yards on either side of this pasBe, (Japt. Droyfus omerged from tho rnlll- tnry prison under escort of a lieuten ant and four Hendarmee. He " Tossed the railway quickly and disappeared wlUiln tho Lycoo, .the heading of sol .1 1 uid ttl.ll.it III... ffMkn vftt . . The principal personages In the tr iryrlYetl between C:30 and 7 o'clock. The generals imssed with Hardly n later frem the spectators. (UrrUmi t)otnrliincit. New York, Aug. 8. Tho goveruoyp transport MeClellan arrived atWi Iitnml vp.turday with another do tat mont of tho gurrlson of Fortress Mon roe. Thero wero S00 men and officers In the dotachmeut. Thoy landed at crntnrnt entaullMied n military post tioV la 1SG7. It conslstu of a bar- cko. n hospital and nn urtuod fort. .o' Manila, tho vcaael described In 'dispatch, Is a captured transport. inUalon In that vicinity Is unknown the navy department,. It la evl- t from tho dispatch Jhat tho Mnnlta Jeft n landing force thero to guard Hlght, and that tho Charleston Is on Its way there, will seo that ndlng parly receive Htirh ro emcntA as may be drcmed ncces tm 1 I.-USBBBri IK iMsKforr m , nro ami GEN. JUAN JIMINEZ Says the People of San Domingu Want llim to Be President. 000 MEN WAITING FOR HIM. lie Dfilrei to Be en friendly Termi With the L'nlJcd States Gomnmtnt and txpetti Americas Sympathy. Havana, Aug. S.-(len. Juan Jlmlnex, when his attention was called yester day to n onhle Kiimmary of an allotted declaration made by him here recent ly and published I nthe I'nlted SlaUs to the effect that he was nitwit to pro ceed to the United Matei to organise n expedition ngalnst the existing gov ernment of San Domingo, replied that he had not made lite statement attrtb ted to him. He went on to say that wan quite mi necessary for him to proclaim himself hostile to the present government aa It could not possibly last bojroud tho 13th of this month. 1 did henr," ho continued, "Uiat Hourenx was sending men to Cuba to kill mo, but I knew i otblng whatever regarding, the plot to kill me. I liadj no connection nnd hnvo no conuoellon with Itomnn Caceres, who did tho hnot)ng. I do not bollevo that tho United States will InUrfore with my govern ment In Sun Domingo, which will bo n government ncj;ctnl Jtfhulnful to all, for the L'nllfllrnTcT"rild not In terfere with tho government of Heu reux. wbn robbed and murdered for fourteen yearn." Gen. Jlmliiwt aduilta that lm has oft en been In the lliiltd 8 to if Incognito, but says ho has not had lutervlewn with-ntllrlal -persons. He considers that there Is to need of promoting ox- pcdltluus to land In Ban DoIiiIhko, as lieto ulrbady are lOTlO.uiiiii waltinr far htm inferno which hndcems snmelent for hs purposes. tleferring to tho future relation of ansiDomlnuo with the United Mates.! he expressed n drslro to be on friend ly teraft with Washington nnd mild he boltjoveU lie could riiunt on American sympathy, domes ho referred to uh esteemed by all 'rlnssseii of Doiuliilcnns but not sought fnr as prosldeut. The people of Han Domingo, he declared, nro Impetuous nnd nrn urging him to como to them nt oncn, but for a time ho preferred dolay ns "eaoh' day la worth a battle won." ssWia tho government pier nnd nt once wqufe0?' to tho now qunrtors, tr4 In.lliMliiitMlH. lrraiftlseo, Cal.. Aug. 8. Tho fan June airlved from ifcha- way polnta yesterday. Acctfrtl (1 vices teoelveil by the vasmI, Sltuatlcti In OiiatcmalH Is not irjtou'lty as r-ttortil and h paratlVQly poneetul state of affairs pte. Tliugvarruiii-ut has not been unncfrsvorHyttjnjiist In dealing with political oifcnQcu) nnd. thoueh tho lr Is lu blujQahape lluunclally Is ovc.y roJson to suppose that Ifiiuntloii of w.ice will adjust 4 llcUoHaj mm rnHire. Thorer 'ConfeJf r county. Oubnn Totmrro. Chlongo, llf.. iig. 8. "More than ILQOO.O00 ot Un.ilsh cnpltnl 1ms been ijrHrtad In Cuban tubaeeo. Hngllsh firms control tho Cuban market and the American Importers of Havana to Jjaeeo will hereafter have i look to the nnfillsli for their goods." lLlumes Qrantham of London, a repre- nentatlves ot llngllsh ospltallata, who waS In Chisago yesterday on his wuy to the Pacific coast, Is authority for the foregoing statemont. He has been In Cuba and has Just returuod from there. Comparatively recent Invest rnwU of Un.B.llsh eapital In Porto Itloo Mill Cuba U ' estlmaled by him Mt IMM.0M. He said: "U is only a manor oi a iew yr vutat MagllsH eainiai win auwiumy manlm Uie Cuban aHd Porta Itlean commercial centers. The Cubans pre fer te trade with the Kngllsh to any uUlir nationality bejause they speak gMlllsh and the MngTlsh houses grant tram sixty to ninety day' time on UttgweUons and also shew, samples ot - 111 . ' ' JVund irHMHoleU(, Wew VMk. Aug. 8. Mr. Annie KroHNMaM was found by her lutsbatul In UMir hmaie on IMght avenue hut night naconsclous wltk two Hve-lneU gashes in the back ot her I ad. 1U- slde her an the floor lay a Moody hatchet. The Hat was 1a oarfMt nkr Had Mr. ItroHSsaan's Jewelrj-. valaetl at se-eral thousand .'dollars, had not been disturbed. There was no evidence of a slrueale. The woman had evl dentlr bee struck down while passing through the private hallway. l. it(.....tlM. v - I X. tllo!4 Oiltctll. 8j--A vpiUor to tho t ri.. ti.. H.. Woiblhston. Auk. Cr-Count Vlthl. the ItMlan choree, callud at I fin Mtnto (eparUnnt yesterday to comparanoles ww Acvmg rv- -reiary auco respeoiing the inquiry Intr tho l:llllii(of the file Italians atTullulah, m. The governor has BtnteiydJint tlio Jury ot ths imrlsh Ul.t aiueh llsmai niver Junatlen, Fla., Aug, B, Tt most disastrous oyelone that over visited this section ot Florida com pletely annihilated Oarrabolle, Meln tjrre and I -mark Ian, south ot hero Thursday. At Carrabello only nine housed remain ot the once beautiful and prosperous town. Communica tions from the mayor stnto that 200 families are without homes or shelter and many are completely destitute. Ot Melnlyro only two mill boilers mark tho site ot tho town. Itnark Inn, the famous summer resort, was blown Into tho gulf. The Carrabello, Tallahassee nnd Georgia railroad Is washed, away for a distance ot thirty miles. A ihukmii ger train was blown rom tho traek more than 100 yards Many paamii gera were Injured, but tholr names are unobtainable. Mary Wllllnms, color ed, was killed at Carrabello. Numer ous others had lea nnd arms broken. Daniel Neat of Apalachleolii had his bark broken and is not oxpected to re i over. Ko fatalities are repsrted from Ma in tyre ami Uinnrk. l'lftcfiti ahlM lying In anchor nt Dog Island cove and upper utirhorngo are now high and dry on it (loorge's and Dog Island. Twelve wero loaded with lumber nnd ready fur son. Noth ing remains to them but n mass ot wracbaaa. When the Italian bark Cor- terlu struck she spilt half I if two from stem to uteri). Tho names ot the ships blown on the Island, and which aro totvl wreeks, arc as follows: Norwegian liark Itaimvuln, Hdwort sen. master; Vule, Andorsen, mnster; Jafnar, Tygeneen. maatnr; Hyudo, Madseu, master; Hllsabeth. Pudersmi, master. Husslnn bark l.ntnra, Krant man, master. American schooners lletijamtn P. Qromwell, Mellon, mas ter; Mary H. Morse, Densmnre, mas ter; Orace Andrews. Ilrown. waiter; Warren Adams. (Unbone. inKSteri Janisjs A.,aarneld. CnttlnVtiam. mas terf lifc'rk Idnlte. Waldnin mnstor. Unllnn bsrk Cortosla. fishing smnek, Alliert Haley. Thrcellot boats and steamers Qlla and Capltolla ond forty iMiala under twenty tons wore lost. 8lx lumber lighters, loaded, nre gone. Not one ot tho entlro fleet can be snved. Five un- Identlllod bodies woro reeovt-cd yes- tony. supposed to bo sailors. lug boats have gono from here to the scene of tho wruokago and all pns slblo aid Is helm; given. Fifty dnstltuto ssIIoih woro brought here yesterday and nro being cared for. A mass meeting ot.cltlxens.jjfns held hero Inst night nnd all possible aid wUI be given tho Carrnbolle desti- UiikTno mruiffnollnrH will not cov or tho loss. The Insurnnco Is small. FORCES ENLARGED Troops Sent to the Pacific Coast De pot ot British Army and Navy. GARRISON HAS LEFT ENGLAND. IheflrttSaiiad of Setdlcri Is Arrhe Will Cesitit ef Three Hundred and Twenty Olftitri and Men. Ilrjan mi rriiitlu I'rohlrnn." I.udlngton. Mich.. Aug. R.-8lx thou sand people wero on the Kpworth as seuibly, grounds yesterday when Col. W. J. Ilrysi dellverwl his address on PendlireProblPin." His first propo In which Tuirulnh Is situated will meet 'sltlons argiiwl related to tne roiigmua nexLiWoek. nnd It Is rxwctwl that tho'd mmal principles underlying his Ullllnr will lm iHhmi' un liv ihti limiv pilHUal philosophy, equal taxation, Immediately If tho district attorney the monoy queatlon, antl-truat and an finds the renort.nMitarod by theiuherlff tl-lmperlallani argumenU following, auracleut to make out, ii prima Taelo Ur Col. Hryan left by steamer for case against the Lruetratora ot thjjj "5j killing. . "N A boat whleh wna being used to con- .Count Ay iuh has ot yet received jyy gsiiorlo a warship at Hudapest tlfbreport, pt Marquis Domino, wlto J jclaMtl atnil live of tho morTtre waa tont-lorUiulslana to make a per-, iirowufcil. ' sooal Inqulryi Into the lynchliiKS, I ; Minimi, il.i'' inmilU linn u.nl n lirlnf I . A'leC 1'fOSldi dispatch sn. a. heijiaa completed his A Sail Asctdtmt. tlrldgeport, Conn., Aug, 7-Neat forty persons wero killed by qa m dent on tho Btrathford extension ot ti Hhelton Street Itallway company, at o'elosk yesterdsy afternoon, whon i loaded trolley car wont oft the trnjtli over Peek's mill pond at Oronoquo. about six miles north ot Bridgeport, nnd sank In the flats forty fcot below Thus far thirty-six people aro knowr to 68 dead, and sovcrnl more Injured Tho Identified aro as follows: Jamot Hotohklss, Bridgeport, engineer flr department; Henry O. Cogswell Bridgeport, employe ot New York, New Haven nnd Hartford road, member o board ot education; Orlando D. Wolls shoemaker; Selectman Kilns K. Hrad ley and wife. Mltford; William Osborn, Stratford; Daniel Gavin, Ausonla; Conductor John Carroll, Urldgoport; H. 1). Hunks, Hhelton; Mrs. McDonald, Bridgeport; Wluton Lsnthear, Motor man, Bridgeport Traction company; Mosul o Toomey, Bridgeport; Mrs J, H. Itugge, Fltratford; Mrs. Frank Blew and two rhlldron, boy nged 8 and girl agcdl, fltratford; Wllllnm McCullough, Stratford; Mrs, Arthur Holmes, Bridgeport; Thomas McNally, Identify unknown as positive, Bridgeport; Pe ter Illug, Bridgeport; Pat McDcrmott, Bridgeport; Frank Krnft, Brldgo port; Mrs. Patrick Brennan, Urldgo port; Alfred Pitt. Bridgeport! Wil liam Cotter, Identification not positive, Bridgeport; Irving Foruso, Urldgo port; Mrs. William 11. Harvey, Brldgo port; John tlnlvln, 22, Ansonln. Among tli sorlously Injured at tho Bridgeport hospital aro: Margaret Chlongo, 111., Aug. 7. A special from Victoria, B. C. says: Tho Imperial government and tho Dominion authorities havo decided to Increase both the regular military and lallltla forces on this station, the Pa cific coast depot nf the British army and navy. Coming nt a time when the relations between Canada nml th' United States are nrknowlodgod by Premier Ijuirlor to bo rather straluml over the Alaskan boundary iiiaatlon, It looks as It Britain and Canada were determined to assort their claim to this portion of Alaska demanded by Can ada by force of arms. It necosnry. Be this ns It may. the garrison Is to lie at once greatly Increased. Tho bar racks on MacAuley Point, whero tho big forts are situated, which, with their Inng enough disappearing guns, ominnud the ontrnnro to the straits of Hull Juan do Fucn will soon be the home of more than treble the numlier, remiMli ,,., woun(1; Mr8 8ydney of engineers, murine nrtlllery, sap pors and othor united service men then are now quartered there. Koine of the garrison has left Kn- gland and other will came out In big quads within the next few months via A. llltt, Bridgeport, right leg fractured twice; Margaret l'aircll right log am putated, above kneo will prnbnbly dlo; rtenrgo Hamilton scalp wound, Injury to leg: Frank Krnlt. Bridgeport, In juries about head and bark; Arthur Halifax and the Canadls i PaeMc rail-1 , ,,,, nrWwPori. corMislon about way. -i ne urst sqimn or irtioia. io , t,)H y ,nft emnmU Kred mer. como will number W onicers and men. ,,w v wout(, ,)rua!t, nbollt lho and tho preewt m-wiramoilntlon being ltot... MUUftW onvin. R0hi wound. too smnll to hous.- iheni. nvneh larger rlt ,, bP,,ml ,.nerally; William ban-ncks will 1 at nnre i-r noted. The , KoHyi ,r,gppnrti praned arm; Ma cost of tho new military post, halt of bo, ,lll5Ki KWj 5 nrm x, Charles which is to no liorne uy tne uominion f0u0.( Now York siock broker. In government nnd half by the British i Jm.S(, Utftrnally; Margaret Forroll, authorities, wllUbe fSS.000, or nbout ;rw York. ' $125,000. It Is alsn said the nnval 1 0ny two Wnou aro known to havo forces will be Inrroased by Hie mtdl-1 MCapcd ilnhnrmed. tlon of a depot ship, tho meralro. , u ,H bolloVed that thero were forty which will bo sent out from Chatham thre-o pnssengors on tho car, but tho In In September. Tho warship, with Uo j0Rtor was removed by a conductor of now admiral, Is due from Knglnnd puele Calope, or Smith, as we wcekn- hence. i monojit It ' Hlfl to stato no- - " ' --rafef'nre' ' -ililfii ni.tiiiiry iiMltimt. v Tho scene . Ohattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 7-Unlled4'Hw fl,,8,t Stntoo reuuo ofllccrs Saturday nlght.j g"" raided two Illicit distilleries operated tr (fftprgo within threo miles ot Cldcamnuga j -,aR. uij)11 t pnrk. Both establishments did n Mint nantfitpu ot . office business Inst year fnt selling uj.jtjnThng. whisky to soldiers at Chiak'uinugn , , . - park and hnd deflwl nrrest. tUo soldlero i ijonsiniii stmi. aiding the moonshiners In keeping the ,,,,, IC,.i( .Al,K. vewa has Just offlecrH off tho track. Both stills wero htcn riwf,Vcil i,oro fronrn r8molo pnrt In active oporullons when raised. .o( I)i)e oounly of th .,ng ot a .Tho nrst distillery rsldnl was con comms hy Mt ptiiomr, ftast Thura ducted by Motda Uug. who pod.llen jmm wont to th(J hon(J of chickens between his home nnd Chat-1 ni,,,porU nn, ,,,nc(Mi un,8r nrroft n tanooHa.. The. stilt was ot aopper. uyuje,, Howard, fr Harlan 100 8llons of beer and thirty gallons 'runtyrTho two procee4."Some dla of low wine wmo found nnd destroyed. tMU whon noUot 8top,ied nnd enlcr. Tho secolin HUH was auoill n mile away i.vlntr.Hnwnrd ntitfltd... As and operatod by (1. W. Milium. It wnii )tt wn8 fnu nnd at0ppod nbout the snmo size of tho other and jid00rway Kownrd drew a '45 Colt's, . Vlee President Hobart will visit Itriwlilunt Modular at IJxVt Gbam Inquiry at Vlcksblirgmiear the seena of i-V11- A. ... i ..... . . . S. . trie lynching, and lias' ylnclqa pi oofs that'll wero UalUn citizens, uesiiretl con ye rlrtlma 16 luadaiaomu jn fUeryatra- iaggsrsi waif MsMutp nTfMaat id mmmi ut ot $10.- n Ns' local Mint 0. IS. Interesting com lluu gold Imports. Ho estluiate.1 the Australia for the prime 000,000 In exieas of that to; the subjeit of AiibtiHllaii r hn satd "Australia will dinlinj iontlielo have trade obllKntlons to settle with HtiKluud. Slpce the prospects point to a continuance of the lwlnn .e of trade between this oeuutry SNd IBurope be lt In our favor. It la my opinion that llngland will go right along sending us conalgnmonls ot Austrullau gold direct. "We shall have all Ike wild we need Our position la that ot a eredlter. (mt If other countries are willing to make It worth our while we may make oth er term." K4 f raw ii Muli. Atlanta, Co.. Aug. 5. It ffenown yesterday that Oov. daiyflw& t?irctato made a Dr2oiul trip to Np nsrt, a town sixty miles aotith of fuls TJio French nuibnssador, M. Cambon', inmiiiiuiui iiti.'j". w;' Jr" - 4 Klnil Vurt. A The nrst bale of now cotton of Na- varro county has bocn received at Cor- slcana. . . W. It. DuHklneoii lest bin life while In bathing at Calvesten. Ilursn fr. Have as, Aug. 8. The Cuban gan oral naawa. who had a aoHtwaml unttar Oteu Maxims Oomez, presented n Utter tram the UlUr to Oov, aw. Umoke, urgiHg that If (MMHrtblo ho be given $m from the Insular fuwls on the ground that he had rendered valuable services duriag the revolution. Uea. Brooke decided that there were no funds that could be properly applied In this way and sent word noeerdtngly to Hob. domes. Cleveland. O.. Aug. 5. In addition to Ltho attrmut to blow up a Jcnnlnga yiYamio car on tho soutjhldo Thursday fnf?ulrpporls revulvad at polleo head- eltr to save the Ufa oi tile' negro a.nrtutfjlllt the cars woro aaufler. John Mtillons, charged with an 'sioHS'jMMij'parts of tho dty, al aMault upon Mrs. Cook, near fUinola. though rpiBrMjearned. no ono was U.. Wednesday. Cov. Carrier lett the tnjureil, . - gfe executive mansion nt o'clock Tliure- On Pear' itrwWgaOlyers avenue, morning, boarding the tlrst .train ' n shower of heavyTfranea fell upon a rlviHl and was nt the imhllr lall 1 Brooklyn oar No. 38, smashln nty an hour after day-, windows and otherwise dam .... ... .... mmnnd of theTsew- car. The conductor promptly nanr ot life tuto revolves una Dred live snots ia me ai - I SK . had been gjiardliig the 1 leethyi frm which the stones wero . ' i . X. 1 .1 .1 Jl . . 1 ... . e ninowium a inmii unu guaTasn corn Ilch ft mm drew hli. van sntlltla. w. iW dnrln thrown. directed Uui sherlrt to (Im Ws prtnon- Oiiarlea C. Trieste, ft barber, was (lie er at once to Atlanta tor aafeeeplajf. first unir to bo-placed under arrest tor The grestest excitement prevdhed&rltikiai; Hart I nthe boycott. The war- u ...M ihint. ilia niviii iimji MKiRwrf Mni wiiinn .nnrnA .vmintian ui lua l" iu " " ii M ...a- . w.. w. v ....... " -" m wr- w- Ilrown fearing an uttaek from the mob Statutory rights law? waa.Hrrorn out by telephoned Oov. Candler several tlme Jatnilmsn Isaacs, whef aUM that the for I list mot Ions. The mob waa sue- baffmr refused to shave liltsfieeaujo eouetMlly avoided and the prisoner luul ridden on Big Ooiiiolldated ears, loorfgod In IMlton county Jail at Atlan- The ease was eontldued to Aug. 7. la. LTrlMte Is out on ball. riiuanun mi .r rr... inUreHliig Cenfrrenee, K. Va.1. An.. ll.illa.1 BlBlal w: VaWHs tioaiMl at Vera OrW. VoWfe. arrived depoi Unenaal omMtwtaea yeolerday hero vestorOay' on lba Ward lias ixcupled tho altentlOM of the dele- steamer Vhtllawla. Mr. Canada saldj Htes to tie Young People's Christian at the time ot bis departure yellow to-; i nion convrnUoa darlag tho forenoon ver waa abating at Von Cms. There ecmIoh ot the eeoMul day of the eon had been seveat) -eight deaths from ( untioa. I lvo eoafaVwees relating to this rauso In the last week ot June the work of as many departments wore KJf 2CT:f.Brr-.K; vanom eUorekos In the Oak I. rttTto rint thr.pr1id of yd. db oiswosa. iirisis, wwsinums t . tu. - J - about the same amount ot beer and wlno was found nnd deutroyod. I.an hnm escaped. ' if Uny at Naptrt. Naples, Aug. 7. I.ewls M. Iddlngsi secretary ot tho United States embas sy, and Mrs. hidings, who arrived here Saturday tor tho purpose of welcoming Admiral Dewey, guvo a banquet yos- terday evening nt the Hotel Ilnyal fired and shot him through tho bond, cjtjslng Instant death, Howard made UTd e.oupe and up to Saturday lis ' becn apprehended. The bubonic plaguo has mado I appearanco at Calcutta. Coat Combine. Pittsburg. Pa., Aug". 7. Whltn Stophensoti, -who have been nnsni the big rtvor coat comblno which Is be known as the Monongahela HI Consolidated Coa nnd Coke eompa Tr oom ;;" rzz w. ; rp!e,7! 1,18 rUo!Tt of ,u nowers nnd hung with American and ISeorl,"f .l , h.f "Mr, ,0B" Italian flags. "' v The eighteen gucsbi Ineluded I.leut. Qen. Q. Bogllo ot the twentieth (Ra re) military division: Vice Admiral Stales, commander lu-cbjst .9-the Naples maritime department; the, pre fect ot pollee et Naples, C rain P. Lambertoa and four the Olympls; uPParsens, ot tke embassy; - feftckasul geden IfrflrilJ pi9s; amtmoi, ci( consul at Messina' and Dr. Hoisler Mr. Iddlngd toasted King Humbert, President MeKlnley nnd Admiral Dewey. Thero were no set speeches. iiAUweMa- retaryfSp 1 merit ah aurrb Archil fram OiiIki. Now York, Aug, 7 Tho Jul ted EHfttes traustwrt Bufonl, Capt. Matens, nr rlvad In quaranttse yesterday from CI onfiHmoa and Havana. Among those on board wore Maja. I. C. Brown, W It. QraMim and 13. Wood, Lieut. F1U!hi,;u Lee, Jr., and nineteen other ravru gors. There were also sixty jle hsrgd soldiers, fifty-one emnloyos. twenty- lilMa ItidlaAUl A Ma.pl.all mIIIuhb alahi laldltn nn furlnuch. flrtv-iiua soldiers . womaujl and six discharged soldiers ,en route I noted wo from Matanxus to New Xork, eil. The! stock was oversubscribed tl.3S0.0O0. Tho first payment ot Ux holders on par preferred stock Is pi able at the Union Trust company's flees, this city, on Aug. 1. The veraa lng 90 per rent Is payable on Sept. All po rjJtrties WUJbf finally tranaf or Oacrai. bmjbm. of the n hy will be $iaMO.'000 preferr i'on which 7 per cent will lM.000.oeO romif BfUiitoek a I . IT fifty year gold Bonds bea Sesj. Aftgr tbolSrst pa IflTOrVliss be"tn ma. opleeni will Sffleled, when It la eot sldetexl rerUln that John II? I'lnb will be chosen president. Mr. 1'fi'km. III. AtigtMta. Qatlg. V Mrs. U U PlekoHB, rellet lit Ikmtli OarallHal wn governor and at oMe Urns minister t Itussle. Is lying erltleally ill at hsi boHie at Bdgewoed, Hoar Mdgefield. S r. the Is sujrering fajnw Mralysls. Mis. PUseHS Has JA4 pi4to " Idem ll with Mount Vofjhe home ef WBshington, at ace Unr under tleooloring earn oi la one ot a in tbe hlon tooth.