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A MOB IN FRANKLIN.
Richmond, Va., Aug., 18.?John E.
Nowlln, a revenue informer, who had
been arrested for breaking into a spring
house, was taken from the officers in
Runneybog, Franklin county, last night
and shut to death The mob was.it Is sup
posed, composed of moonshiners
ARKANSAS BANK ROBBED.
Pineville, Ark., Aug. 18?Three young
men, believed to oo members of the Col?
lier gang, robbed the bank of Pineville to?
day of *ll Its curreucy, said to amount to
about $900. They forced the cashier to
surrender tho money at the point of a re?
volver and escaped.
The Five-Year-Old Boy of M. J.
HELD FOR A RANSOM OF f3,000?A
LETTER ADDRESSED TO THE
FATHER ASKING FOR THE
MONEY ? ANOTHER CHARLIE
ROSS CASE?ALL ATTEMPTS TO
LOCATE THE ABDUCTORS HAVE
SO FAR PROVED FRUITLESS.
Albany, N. Y., Autr.18?The whole city
of Albany Is wild with excitement over
the kidnapping of little 5 year-old son of
M. J. Conway. Searching parties are out
all over the woods surrounding Albany,
the police are scouring the country side
and messages have beeu wired and tele?
phoned in every direction from town,
asking that a watch be kept for the boy
and his abductors.
The case is shrouded in deepest mys?
tery. The abductiou was worked so
smoothly and quietly that the ruse to
catch the kidnappers after they had made
their offer to return the boy for ^:-3,000
was absolutely ineffective, although it
was carefully arranged and apparently
laid along the lines given by the kidnap?
pers themselves. Johnnie, when he dis?
appeared from honie,woie black knicker?
bockers with pink stripe, a blue waist,
whito straw hat with black band, black
stockings and black button shoes. He has
blue eyes and light hair, cut short.
He was playing in front of his father's
house at No. 00 Colinic street, in West
Albany, yesterday morning. It was a
bright, pleasant day and the mother had
opciud the gate so that Johnnie might
have the run of the little side street.
Her household duties carried her back
and forth through the house, and occa?
sionally she would glance out to see tint
the boy had come to no harm. At last
she had finished with the work in the
front part of the house and went up
stairs to change her clothing and get
ready for the mid-day meal.
She was gone about an hour, during
which time she glanced out the fr >nt
window once oi twice and saw the hoy
playing in the street, a coupleOf houses
above the Conway residence. Siie came
down stairs to the kitchen and did not
go to the fi'ont door of the house again
for hul' an hour. Then she stepped out
on the porch and locked around for John?
nie. Ho was nowhere in sight. She went
back in to the house and tried to koep
Not fifteen minutes later the front door
bell rang. Mrs. Conway went to the
door. Standing on the front step was a
bare-footed, tousle-haired^lad of about 10
years, with a very crafty look in his face
and a queer way of pasing his hand over
his forehead. Ho held a letter in his
"Give this to Mr. Conway." he said.
The envelope wns dirty and the writing
"Have you seen my Johnnie?" the Wo?
"Naw," said thu dirt-begrimed youth,
and then he turned nnd half ran down
the yard and out. on the street.
The woman could not wait until her
husband came homo. She had an indefi?
nable fear that the letter contained some
news of the boy. She was not mistaken.
Here is what the letter said
"Mr. Conway?Your little boy John
has been kidnapped. When you receive
this word he will he a safe distance from
home and where ho could not be found m
a hundred years. Your boy will be re?
turned to you on pnymont of three thou?
sand dollars, provided you pay the mouey
fo day and strict'y abide by the following
"Put the money in a package and send
it by a man you can trust to the lane go?
ing up the hill on;the Troy [road west of
the toll gate. Just off the road in this
lane there is a tree with a big t-nnk.
Have your man put the package on the
south side of the tree and at once come
away aud come back to your home.
"We want the money left at this spot
at exactly 8:15 o'clock to-night. Be sure
that no one is with the man that you
send and that no one follows hint. You
will never look on your little boy again if
you say a word of this to anyone outside
of your family or the man you stud with
"If you take any steps to bring it to
the attention of the police you will uever
see your child again, for if anyone knows
of it we will not take the risk of return?
ing him, but will leave him to his fate.
"If you obey our instructions in every
respect you will receiv^ word within two
hnurt after the money has been left
where you can go and get your boy, safe
and sound. We have heen after this for
a long time. We know our business. We
can beat all the police In America. We
are after the mouey. Do what you are
told, and no harm will come to your lit?
tle boy; but if you fail to do what we tell
you, you will never look on your chiln
again, as sure "as there Ms a God in
Heaven. We know yon have the money
in the bank. The bank closes at " o'clock
and tve must have it to night So get it
in time. Don't tell them why you draw
it out. Yon can say you are buying
property, if you wish, but this must be
between you nnd me, if yen would see
your little boy back aeain alive. Remeni
be"* th" case of Charlie Ross in Philadel?
phia. His father did not know enough
to do ns he was told. He gave up to the
police, and as a consequence spent live
times the amou.-.t of ransom [asked, and
then he never saw the hoy to the day of
his death; so take warning.
"Don't you dare to go to anyone. Send
the money by a trusty man to the place,
say, at 8:15 to-night. Be sure that there
is no danger of auyone else going there.
Then, with"" n two hours after the pack?
age is left in the old tree you will have
your little boy hack again. Think of
that. If you betray,us In any way. say
good bye to your boy and watch out for
OKE, VA., TH?RS
yourself; wo will meet you when you least
expect It, and then take care. Do as we
tell you and all will be well, and we will
deal straight with you. If you make the
least crooked move you will regret It to
the day of your death. If you would have
your little hoy hack again safe aud sound
keep your lips closed and do exactly as
you are told.
"THE CAPTAIN OF THE GANG."
Mrs. Conway screamed and shrieked
and went into hysterics when she had half
ilnished the letter. Her cries filled the
house with neighbors in a few seconds.
Somebody went down town on a wild
run for Mr. Conway. The father was uot
told of the trouble until he got home.
Then the letter was shown to him. He
stood the awful strain [remarkably well,
hut glanced at tho letter long enough to
catch the drift of it. Theu he devoted his
attention to hi?? wife. Bhe was finally
quieted and pat to bed uuder tho care of
Conway wsnt down town and reported
tho matter at police headquarters. Con?
way gave great aid to the police in mak?
ing arrangements for the running down
of the gang. He weut to the hank with
a "trusty fiiend" am1 made a bluff at
drawing out $3,000. In full velw of the
street this money was [put in a package
and handed *o him. Along with it was
another package, a dummy one, contain?
ing paper. He dropped the real package
as be passed out of the door and carried
the other one;down the street with him.
Tho money was entrusted to the friend
with the instructions to follow implicitly
the directions contained in the ^kidnap?
per's letter. The police secretly sent
men out of the town on trains with in?
structions to drop off at way stations an?1
get back the best they could to the ren?
dezvous on the Ttoy road at nightfall.
The friend with the dummy package
left Albany on his lonely walk at 7
o'clock. The police were scattered about
the field of waving wheat on the opposite
sido of the road from tlie big hollow tree.
The package was deposited as directed,
and then the man turned back towards
town. There was absolutely uo sign of
kidnappers. The police waited fo- hours,
hut got no trace of them. A search was
made of the surroundingTcountry. But
thb?, too, was without success. Then
the news of the abduction was made pub?
lic In town and the hunt became 'a gene
l al one.
Alter the police had returned from
their weary Beat oh there was a conference
in Chief Davidson's oflice, at which were
present all the detectives of Albany, the
police captaius and Assistant District
Attorney John T. Cooke. The confer?
ence decided that a general alarm shoulu
he sent out all over the country for the
IN* WEBT VIRGINIA
The Strikers Making Material Gains iu
All the Mining Sections
Wheeling, W Va, Aug IS?Tho strikers
show material trains in all sections of
West Virginia to-day In the Wheeling
district there is not a miner working,
while on the Ohio side the last man ex?
cept those who are to furnish coal for
water and electric light plants will be
Iu the Fairmount district the strike
leaders did not succeed in closing the
Montana nine enitirely,but they made de?
cided gains The catnpwlll be maintained
there until the last man leaves his work,
when these recruits will bo taken with
the main body to tho other Watson Com?
pany's mines to help close them.
Iu the Kanawha Valltey about three
hundred men have gone to work since
yesterday morning."but more than that
number have It ft their werk.
RECEIVER APPLIED FOR.
Boston, Aug. 18?Major GeoryeS. Mer?
rill,'the Massachusetts insurance com?
missioner, presented a petition in the su?
preme court this afternoon for the ap?
pointment of a receiver for the Massa?
chusetts Benefit;iiife Association, on the
ground that the further continuance of
the association in' business would not be
for the best interests of the policy-hold?
EDITORS IAVOH STRIKERS.
Columbus, O., Aug. 18-The Republi?
can editors of Ohio at their annual meet
ing this afternoou adopted a resolution
expressing sympathy with the cause of
the striking miners, and decided to at
once begin an act've campaien in their
SIX MEN KILLED.
St. Louis,'Aug. 18?A special from Mc
Leansnorough. Ills., says: News reached
this city to-day of a disastrous wreck on
the "Louisville and Nashville railroad,
oue and a half miles north of Dafalgren,
this county, last night. Two freight
trains headed in opposite !directions col?
lided with terrific force, both coiug at
full'speed. Six men were instantly killed,
all employes of the company. Both en?
gines were demolished, as were also a
large number of cars.
DEATH AT WOODSTOCK.
Woodstock, Aug. 18?Mrs. Laura I),
wife of M. H. Hottel, chairman of the Re?
publican county central committee of
Shenandoah county, one of Woodstock's
most popular women, died at her borne
here to-day, aged 38 years, after a brief
illness of typhoid fever. She la survived
by a husband and an infant daugher.
MORTALLY WOUNDED HIM.
Welch W. Va , Aug. 18- At Eureka,
this county, Stonewall Brown shot and
mortally wound?d a man named Wjant
Tlnsley. The trouble arose over Brown's
wift. The parties live in the same house
and had been quarrelling for some time.
RETAINS THE TROPHY.
Montreal. Aug. IB?The Glencairn de?
feated the Momo, the American cup chal?
lenger, to-day, In the third and deciding
race. Tho weather conditions were fa?
vorable to the Canadian boat, a strong
GOING IN DRY DOCK.
Washington. An". IK?The gunboat
Montgomery, which hnx been in Florida
waters for the past five months on fili?
bustering iluty, will sail from Pensacola
to mcrrow for New York,"where she will
go into dry dock for the purpose of hav?
ing her bottom overhauled.
I DAY, AUGUST 19,
Senator Stewart Says There is No
Time Like the Present.
ITS FALL MARKS THE RISE OF
GOLD?THE NEVADA .SENATOR
DENOUNCES THE EFFORTS OF
THE GOLD PRESS TO*MAKE THE
; COUNTRY BELIEVE THAT THE
GOLD STANDARD HAS RAISED
THE PRICE OF WHEAT.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 18?United States
Senator William M. Stewart, of Nevada,
telegraphs the <'(institution that the
statement attributed u>,him in newspaper
dispatches, that he had advijed tiis
friends in the West to drop thu silver
issue on the grouu I of the return of pros?
perity, cr on any other grou id, is abso?
lutely nnd unqualifiedly false.
"The fact that' here are abundant crops
in this country and famine elsewhere,
which give temporary relief, is no^rea
80U," says the Seuator, "why we should
not seek permanent relief by the only
possible means In our power, the romono
tization of silver. The ellorts of the gold
press to make the country balieve "that
the gold standard has raised the price of
wheat and uot short crops in every coun?
try but this is in keeping with their false
statements with regard to my position.
The low price of silver produced by ex?
cluding it from the mints, and particu?
larly the recent decline produced by de?
monetization in Japan, marks the rise iu
gold, and shows the robbiry and Injus?
tice of confining the money of the world
to the commodity gold, s Wheu they
point, to cheap silver as the result of their
conspiracy we point to dear gold as the
result of their rascality.
"The people will uot believe "that the
goldltes control tho seasons, and give the
United fctates good crops and cutse lain
Ine elsewhere. They know that it is the
work of Providence, over which the gohl
ites have no control. Their impudenco in
demanding credit for it. is in keeping
with their entire system of deception, by
which they are enslaving the human
"Now is the time to fight for silver.
The temporary relief which Providence
has granted should inspire the manhood
of the American people to vote theii
seutiments at the ballot-box. [It removes
some of the excuses of poveity and star?
vation which voters made In 18DG when
thev submitted to intimidation or yielded
to bribery and voted for their owu en?
slavement. The only danger is that the
small measure of relief which the rise of
wheat has given will uot tie sufficient to
free tho voters of the United States from
coercion and bribery, but 't ouuht to aid
the cause of silver by restoring to some
e.Nteut the independence of the voters.
"My correspondence with the people in
every section of the country .is very ex?
tensive, and It Inf Olms me that the peo?
ple are thoroughly alive t-> the situation,
and the silver question is gaining every
day. The rise in the price of wheat and
the fall in the price of silver will stimu?
late rather than retard the irresistible
movement iu favor of returning to the
coinage law of the better days of the re?
"WM. M. STEWART."
London, Aug. 18?Tho Westminster
Gazette this afternoon echoes tho edito?
rial of tho London Times this morning
on bimetallism, antl says it sees uo
chance of the Indian mints being re?
opened to the colnagetof silver, adding:
"To fool any longer with President Mc
Klnlev's commission is surely unneces?
sary. In declining to abide by the market
value of silver as the standaid of cur?
rency value India has taken a step to?
ward demonetizing silver. Japan nnd
Russia have adopted the gold standard,
and no one means to go back on it. Then
Iwhy not say so, and not be deterred by
the threats of a possible Bryanlte victory,
and dismiss the question finally?"
Around the Store in the
Way of Bargains. Negli
oee Sunn's, summer Hats,
UNOEUWKAR, fee., all ii AVK
to de cleaned off before
THE coming season.
Hats anp furnishings,
Successor to Gilkesok & Tatlor.
PUNCTURED 200 TIRES.
Milwaukee Wheelmen Would Like lo
Find a Malicious Rascal,
Milwaukee, Wls., Aug. 18-About 200
bicycle riders who took .a spin into the
country for pleasure, had to walk back
to the city, a distauce of seven or eight
mile-, owing ?o punctures. Someone
buried a plank filled with spikes in tho
bike path on tho Cedarburg road, be?
tween M.iquon and Thiensville, and suc?
ceeded in disabling 200 wheel." before the
cause of the disaster was discovered.
The route Is a fai orite one with wheelmen.
Another plank was discovered buried on
the Ninth street road, near the city
dusenrerry's creoleum, 1iotii li?
quid and powder, bold ry massier
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PLUNDER FOR THE TRUSTS.
Pennsylvania Democrats So Char?
acterize the Tariff Bill.
Harrisburg, Pa., August 18.?Tho ex?
ecutive committee of the Democratic Soci?
eties of Pennsylvania this afternoon is?
sued a call for the annual convention of
tho societies at Wllkesbarre September
28. In the accompanying address the
committee says In part:
"The menus *y which" the candidates
of the Democratic party, headed by Wil?
liam J Bryan, were defeated last year are
well known We need uot recount them.
Every intelligent citizen understands
them, and every good citizen condemns
them The contest was between the peo- .
pie -the laboring and producing c.lnsBes
?on tho one side and the ^money and
coercive powdr of a large number of pow
ertul corporations and monopolies on tho
other, associated together foi political
action in furtherance.of private as aeainst
public interests Tho combiued tempta?
tion and terrorism of the latter prevailed
for the tiate But'thn reaction has been
sharp and decided"
"There is no longer any concealemnt of
the purposes for which an election of a
monopoly President and Congress was
carried by means so ^corrupt and brutal.
The interests concerned could not wait a
needless hour for tho spoils Congress
was immediately convened in extraordi?
nary session to distribute the enormous
plunder promised amouu the trusts and
other greedy associates In the national
crime of. 18!)0, by the passage of an act
Imposing.fresh taxes upon the people,uot
to supply tho public treasury, but to
turn a new and swelling '.stream of .pri?
vate profits into private pockets.
"The people ?inderstand and resent It.
They kuow also that tha gold currency
monopoly is to be perpetually maintained
for the same purpose, and that so
long as this monopoly party remains in
power, the people are to be forced to pay
increased taxes, the greater profits of
the trusts and interest on loaus in gold
artificially enhanced by tho practical and
continuous demonetization '.of silver, one
of the money metals of the Constitution,
the period of whose coinage ou equal
terms with gold was the period of last
financial disturbance and of greatest pros?
perity in the history of the United Stat* s.
Everv where throughout the country the
people are incensed and eager to reverse
the mistaken action of last year."
ALMOST A RIOT.
Trouble Narrowly A verted Over Kvictious
at De Arinitt's.
Pittsburg, Aug. 18.--At Clarksville, in
the Plum creek district, the deputies al?
most precipitated 'a riot to day. They
ordered the strikers out of the houses of
the men who had been employed at De
Armitt's mills, but who sympathized
with the strikers.
The owners of the houses resented the
intrusions of the strikers, but the women
assembled in ttreat force, with the deter?
mination to drive the deputies away. Ad?
ditional help was summoned and it was
some time before quiet, was restored.
WATCHING THE ANARCHISTS.
Scotland Yard Officers Aroused to Ex?
London, Aug IS?uhief'.Inspector Mel?
ville, of Scotland yard police, lias gone to
Dover in order to^arrange for establish?
ing the closest possible watch upon all
arrivals at Uritish seaports A large staff
of London detectives acquainted with
foreign anarchists has already been en?
gaged iu this work
It is rumored that the British authori?
ties apprehend an active Continental an?
archist plot, with England as the basis
Constantinople Aroused Over the Explo?
sion of a Bomb
Constantinople, Aug 18?The greatest
excitement was occasioned to-day by the
explosion of a'bomh within the precincts
of the palace of the sultan Every effort
was made to discover the perpetrator of
tho outrage, but without effect
Owing to the secrecy which cloaks all
deeds within tho palace precincts it is
difficult to obtain any information as to
An Armenian was arrested at tho Otto?
man Bank while igniting a bomb He
had already placed one near one of the
irreat doorways, but it was extinguished
before it exploded
ALASKAN STEAMERS DISABLED
San Francisco! Autr IS?News was re?
ceived here today that the stern wheelers
Eliza Anderson, Rapid'Transit and (?en
E Starr were disabled off the coast of
Vancouver Island, St'Michael's They
are all over thirty years old, with rotten
timbers and engines and boilers unused
to the use of salt water They put Into
one of the coast creeks for'fresh water
Hartford, Pa, Aug 18?The postoftlce at
this place was robbed to-day by masked
burglars, who blew open the safe and
secured #200 in money and a large quan?
tity of postago stamps. The burglars
were seen making for the woods and offi?
cers are after them.
Pittsburg, Aug. 18?Judges Btowe and
Mollier handed down their opinion iu the
miners' injunction case soon after 10
o'clock this morning. 'lhe decision
makes permanent the preliminary injunc?
tion against the strikers.
WHEAT DROPS TWO CENTS
New York, Aug 18?Leading operators
to-day made a rush to secure profits,with
the result that ' wheat prices 'dropped 2
cents a bushel from last night, or 8 5-8
cents from the highest point of yesterday
ELEGANT LINE OF CARPETS.
We have just received one of the largest
and finest lines of carpets ever displayed
In Roanoke and of great variety. We in?
vite the public to inspect them. Our
stock of furniture embraces every article
for household and office use.
OVEKSTREET .t THTJRMAN,
18 and -0 Campbell avenue.
PRICE 3 CENTS
Willing to Grant the Miners Two
Thirds of Their Demands.
THEY SEND WORD TO PRESIDENT
RATCHFORD, BUT HE DOES NOT
THINK THE STRIKERS WILL AC?
CEPT ANYTHING LESS THAN"
THE 15 PER CENT. INCREASE
ASKED FOR?HANNA'S MINES
WILL NOT JOIN THE MOVE?
Cleveland. O, Aug IS ?Telegrams were
sen*' from here this even inn to the Penn?
sylvania mines, controlled by twenty-five
of the leading coal operators, ordering
that the mines bo opened and operations
I'eguu immediately at an advance of 10
cents per ton to the miners
This decision was taken to-day by the
operators who were in conference here all
of Monady and Tuesday. Ninety-eight per
cent of all the coal operators were pre?
The meeting was called at the instance
of certain of tho executive officers of the
Republican national committee, who
hoped that an amicable settlement of the
strike between operators and miners
could bo obtained The suegestion of the
Republican managers was that, if neces?
sary to secure a settlement, the operators
should make a complete surrender and
grant the 15 per cout Increase demanded,
'lho operators resolved to offer the min?
ers an increase of 10 cents per tcu, nuik
iuu the price paid per ton 04 cents
Tho miners demand 0!> ceuts The
offer signed by the coal operators was
sent to President Hutch ford, at Colum?
bus. Tuesday he gave this answer: "I do
not think that the miners will accept
anything less than 15 cent increase Wo
can get 15 cents if wo wait However, I
shall present tho proposition to the min?
ers, and it will he given a fair eonsldera
ti?u" '.The conference thereupon dis?
cussed the sit"ation in all Its points. D
R Banna and T E Young,the representa?
tives of M A Hanna & Company, urged
the other operators to wait aud not take
hasty action. The prevailing sentiment
of the largo majority of the operators was
against remaining idle any longer and by
an almost unanimous vote the operators
decided to open the mines immediately.
The firm of M A Hamm. & Couipnuy
refused to'?hide by tho decision.
The operators will Import new laborers
to their mines, aud will, If necessary,
employ armed forces to protect them
from any violence. Where It is possible
union miners who are williug to go to
work witho.it authorization from head?
quarters will bo re-employed, but it is
thought by the'operntors that despite the
sufferings of tho miners in certain .tec
tions it is likely that comnpratively few
ot these can be obtained.
Tho operators before adjourning drew
up a statement which was sigued by all
of the operators. It reads as follows:
"An enthusiastic meeting of the oper?
ators of t^e Pennsylvania mines was held
In Cleveland *tc-day and it was deter
mlued'that tho mines in the Pittsburg
district should he started at once and
operated without further delay.
"The miners have taken the high?
handed position that nothing but an un?
reasonable prlco for 'mining will satisfy
their demand,and have beeu unwilling to
treat with the operators on any fair
grcuuds There is no other course left
open to the operators at this time."
It was determined that all*coal sold ab
the 54-cent basis of miuinc this year
must be mined at that price. No change
In the price of mining will be considered
until the contracts mado at the 54-cent
'.lasls of minim: are filled and the uni?
formity agreement is completed.
BRADLEY JOHNSON AGAINST IT
Richmond, Va, Aug 18?Gen Bradley T
Johnson is out in a letter opposing the
movement to have* the Grand Army of
the Republic meet here In 1899
Richmond, Va., Aug., IS?William
Harvey Alloy, a young white man, at?
tempted suidde to-night by cutting hia
throat with a razor. He is a native of
Southampton county. Unreauitted love
and inability to get work, he gives as the
cause which led to his act. He will re?
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of the unpleasant odor found in
WOOD alcohol. it WILL pat you to in
vestioate. Foli sale by M.vssie's
Forecast for Virginia: Fair ; station?
ary temperature ; westerly winds.
| Established^ I88L |
9 Oldjnd Reliable.
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