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EACH KILLED THE OTHER.
UOI'BLB TRAGEDY AT KONKOVS
HIM., IN 111 1.1.01 11.
,4 eli Thrashed llnltrn llmol a
iHunr of Cards— (lattes Got a I’ll*
ml and Shot Ills (niaanulsl—John*
son. After Brln Kntnllr Wnuiilrf.
Armed lllmsrlf and Killed Ills
Inlay, Os.. Nov. 2*.—A shootine *ffr.y
took pl*re near here, at Kennedy * mill.
W B'dlooh county iaet nlht at 9 o’clock
which ended In the death of E. Johnson
and Robert Hatien, both white men.
Johrwon wo* the w.tt< hman at the mill
ord had a fallin* out with ILitten over a
card came They had a light in which
Johnson gave hint a thrashing Hatien
went off and got a revolver, came ba'k
and tired on Johnson, tihooilng h:m
through the neck and In the back.
Johnson ran into hi* home, whirh was
near by, got his revolver und enme out
i.nd shot Hatien down, putting live bul
lets Into him.
Johnson tnen stepped hark Into hlr
home and died In a lew momenta. Hatien
died to-day at he father’s home near th
So one knows where Johnson came
from, or anylhlng about him except m
came to this section of the state about
three years ago and got u position with
Polk * Son as night watchman at a roll,
and after they sold out he got a position
at iNimmtng* & Edwards’ null, where ne
worksri lor several months
He hes worked for some time at the
place whera he was killed. He leaves no
traoe of any relatives .or where he ts
from He lias never told anyone where he
was from or anything about himself.
Thera was something a:range about h.s
LEAVES MONEY TO FIUEXDS.
Hoyt nisreaardrd Hla t'naalsi In
Making Ills (VIII.
Near Tork. Nov. 20.— The will of Charles
H Hoyt, the playwright, was filed to-day
In tha surrogate s office. It wae executed
Ort. 15. IMS
After making bequests to iiersonal
friends and employes, the testator rays
■’lt Is my wish that thegtheatrlcal busi
ness of Hoyt and McKee be continued and
conducted solely by Frank McKee as It
Is now managed. Ihe said Frank McKee
to receive all of my share of the profits
thereof as a recompense (or hlr services,
axcrpltng such pcrMon as Is hereinbefore
bwioenthcsl to El wood M Dasher*. On
the death of said Frank McKee the said
busmaas shall cease and determine."
Hesiduary legatees a.e the Lambs'
Club of this city atal the A tors' Fund.
“In making this, my will, at the pres
ent time," the will concludes, "f have no
relative# nearer than cousins to be ron
saloie.l by me. and my cousins anti dis
tant relatives have never shown by tny
sot any desire for my friendship or goal
will; hence. I have deemed it more cufi
at.rrnt with fair dealing and Ju.-ttre to
dispose of my property to those who dur
ing my life have been my lOtiti.in; c m
ponton* and well-wishers, ar.d to eu. h
charities ms In my Juognunl are most
TWO MORE PROPMM.I.
Foreign Envoys Walt In Hear From
Home C.ov erntur nte.
fatndon. Nov. IT—Dr. Morrison, wiring
to the Times from Pekin, Sun lay. says:
"The foreign envoys have agree I to two
proposals that were previously rejected
owing to lack of unanimity. These ar
Sir Ernest Baton's proposal that China
- you Id agree to recast the commercial
treaties and the Italian propo al t at
t hing should content to foreign tlr.ancltl
. orvtrol a* a guarantee of the indemnity.
•The delay In the presentation of the
joint note Is due to postponements by the
t ome governments. This in> r a*e the
difficulties of the position and i-gt a votes
the dislocation of trade at tl finance, • s
pedally the collection of inland revenues
Al the lowest estimate tt* Indemnity Is
computed at ftin,iOn,no>."
PAID VAttiHN FOK OVERWORK.
He Was Kept In Ihe Penitentiary
After firing Pardoned.
Atlanta. Nov. 2*> —The House debated the
proposition to pay John Vaughn for over
work done In the state penitentiary after
hi had been pardoned, and by a vole of
107 to IS said that he should le paid.
Vaughn was sent up from Catoosa
county for burglary for the term of ten
J cars After serving u part of this sen.
fence he was pardoned on the ground that
hi was Illegally convicted as he was In
nocent of the crime charged The pardon
when Issued was sent to the clerk of the
Superior Court rf Catoosa county, who
filed It sway without further action. It
saould have been sent to the bosses at
the convict came, and Vaughn was kept
at work for something like six ninths for
which sl*l pay was asked for.
PfinilluiTlONlvr* AT WORK.
They Will Hake Vlgnrnnt Campaign
In Every Stair.
Chicago. Nov. 28 —Chairman Sfewirt or
the Prohibition National CommlUee .an
nounced to-day that funds for the cam
paign of 1911 aie already bring collected,
ar.d that It was the Intention of the party
leader* to make even a more vigorous
campaign than the laet one.
"More than s7.hob has already been sent
in." said Chairman Stewart, "and this
too only three or four dsya after no
tice* had been sen- out that we w.re
ready to begin the woiV It Is the In
tention of the National Committee to ef
fect qrganlxatlon In e\*ry preclncl o'
every township of every slates, snd eve y
stete atnpalgn of lhrtl will he vigorously
ClI BED OKl*ll EWBVTIIR IAN*.
Progress of the Vnlr on tlie fliaeatlon
Pittsburg. Nov. at.—’W R Crabbe. the
JNttsburg member of Ihr Revision Com
mittee of the Presbyterian General As
sembly, said to-night thtt all of Hie
Presbyteries have voted oi the question
of revision of the creed, resulting In re
visionists securing alxiut 77 per cent, of
Ihe vote* cast. Of the I.OO7AS* members
of the church. MH.236 voted The pres
yl*rlea voting In favor of revision num
ber 128. those against a rhaige R A
two-thirds vole is required to make a
■hnnge. The committee wll. meet In
Washington Dee. 4 to lake ecion.
Funeral of Bishop Moore.
Jacksonville, Fla , Nov. K-The fun
eral o| Blrhop M M Moore, colotrd. wgs
conducted this afternoon from Mount
Zkm African Methodist Episcopal Vhurcn
and the body Interred at Mount Olive
' emetery at 4 o’clock. There weri sev
♦’*l hundred people In attendance, a large
n itnbt-r being prominent colored mln’atera
fmm outside atatea
kecrelnry Roof Arrives,
Jacksonville. Fla.. Nov. 28 —Becrrlory of
War Root, accompanied by Gen. WtO I.
arrived here this morning on the dlspetrh
boat Kanawha, the Secretary leaving !.-
’■ aahingtofi at : g. tn .
Al TOR* W ANT BI'NDAY OFF.
They Will Aid In Prosecution of hun
New York. Nov. 28.-The Actors - Church
Alliance of America has Is gun an actlv,
campaign again*t Bunda> theatrical pc •
(ormances, and its mnntsrs promise lo
keep It up until actors have one day of
rest In seven, thu same as |>ersons in the
ordinary vocations of life It claims to
have caused th*- grrests tv.nrh have been
inede at New York theaters the past Int o
Sunday# and It |s now keeping n eye on
the proeeoutlon of these eases.
Rev. Francis J. Clay Moran, chairman
of lhe law 'ommttiee. to-night gave out a
copy of a letter which he hud sent to De
puty Chief Cortrlght last Friday, fiealir*
with the subject. It bed been statesl that
the arrest* a. question were due to the
aetlon of the Tammany Purity Commit
tee, and Mr. Moran took or. iston to cor
reel this Impression lie said that ihe law
committee of the ulllsi: e had not had .my
conimunicaUon with the Tammany com
mittee |n any way and knew nothing of
IHPDSSIIII.I. To t lINVHT.
Wbnt Sheriff Freeman ijyra of the
Minna, 4 al., I.ynehc-r*.
Denver, Col , Nov. 28 —The Rocky
Mountain News to-day prints the reply of
Sheriff Freeman of Lincoln county, to the
letter of District Attorney McAllister of
Coloroda Spring.*, concerning the prosecu
tion of the persons who lynched Preston
Porter at Llmon, Col., recently.
After alleging that he was Influenced
into taking IVrter from Denver to Urnon,
by the assurance of leading eltiaen* of
Lincoln county, that he would he allowed
to pas* through Union unmolested to
Hugo, where he would be permitted to
place Porter In the county Jail. Sheriff
Freeman declares thin It would be Im
|ai*-lh]r to get it Jury In Lincoln or unv
u<lJolnlt:g county that would convict any
one charg'd with pirtlrlpatlon In the
burning of Hie-negro.
A CONTENT IN ARTILLERY.
French Gan Will Prnkahly Enter ihe
f ni" pet 111 on,
Washington. Nov. 76—The ordnance bu
reau of fhe War Department Is preparing
to make a comprehensive test next aprlng
of th* very latest Inventions In field
ordnance with the purpose of selecting a
gun which will bring the I’r.lted Slat. *
artillery branen tip lo an equality with
Hie beat foreign artillery.
Amem in gvintn ikers have been noilfie.l
that this trial will eomm.-tyce on March
21, next, and meet of them ire planning
to have pieces cf ordnance In the r.-tn-
Itnltlon. which Is up. eted to he thrown
open to foreign Inventors .vrwi gunmik.-rs
ill order to secure the very best results,
"’he date named L Just beyond the time
of 120 <kiy allowed by the War Depart
ment for the roniplet on of a working
model of a piece of field onlnance on t i
general lines of the French gun which
may consequently I* placed In the coni-
GEN. LEE IN WASHINGTON.
Will Take C liargr ni Department of
Washington, Nov. 26—Gen. FHahttgh
Lee, who recently was relieved from duty
as commander of the division of Havana
and Santa Clara and ordered to take com
mand of tile Department of live Missouri,
relieving Gen. Merrlam, was at Ihe War
Departnnnr to-day. receiving his final In
structions. lli* will proceed lo the bead
quarters of the Deportment of the Mis
souri at Omaha within a few day# to as
sume his new duties. Gen. Merrlnm will
retain Ills posklon as commander of Ihe
Department of the Colorado with head
quarters ut Denver.
lavter in Ihe day Gen. Lee called on the
President und dtseuewed Cuban affairs.
SC IIHONKH'* 111 I.K ASHORE.
Fate of Her Crcsv of five Men fan
Only He 4 onjret n r*il.
Portsmouth. Tv. H„ Nov. 28.—The batter
ed hulk of what was the St. John schooner
Advance wee waehed ashore on Wallis
Sands this afternoon with no signs of life
aboard. Whether her crew of four or five
men have been taken off by a passing
vessel or have been drowned can only be
conjectured. There la a chance that they
may have reached the Isle of Shoals, right
miles to the eastward The schooner is a
I.ACEMAKEKS I AN COME IN.
Treasnry Department lireiile* In Ad
mit the Dltsslelfes.
Washington. Nov. 26 - The Treasury De
partment to-day decided to admit the
lacemakers and their families, who w<.re
brought to this country by Dr. J. A.
liowle. th# "Divine Healer" and the
founder of Zion City. 11l . to teach other*
th" art of laee-maklng Thl- Is re
versal of the action of the Phll i l"l bis
immigration official*, who hail dr Ids I
that Ihe laremaker* should not he ad
mitted to this country.
CONTROVERSY WITH Tt’RKGV.
(VIII Take (Necks to Aetlle Harpoot
Washington. Nov. 28 —The Issue between
the Stale Department and Turkey over
the withholding of an exequatur to Dr.
Thomas H Norton to be ron*ul at Har
poot, has pissed Into the controversla'
stage, and ihe indicatlops are that It will
be weeks before the matter can le set
Bowie* to Succeed Hlchhorn.
Washington,' Nov 26-The President
ha* derided to appoint Fr.mels T Bowles,
naval constructor In charge of the Nw
York navy yard, chief of the Rureau of
Construction and Repair of the Navy De
partment upon the retirement from nr
tlvr service next March I of Rear Admiral
Philip Hlchhorn. tie* pre-ent tncumbin!
Will Examine ftltli lal*.
Washington. Nov. 26 -The sub-rominll
tee of the Appiaprlntlon* Comm tire or
the House, having In har*e the lei 1-11-
tlve appropriations bill. *gn work to
day and decided lo call before It Off!-lal*
of the Congressional Library and of the
State and Treasury Departments Throe
officials will be heard to-morrow.
Welllnaton's Name Omitted.
Washington. Nov. 28 -In makleg up the
Republican caucus list of the Senate th*
name of Senator Wellington of Maryland
has been omitted at hi* own req iest. 11-
has chosen a seat on th# Republican *kle.
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Supplies for Chinese Court.
Shanghai. Nov. 38.—Native Chiietlen-r
from Fan Cheng Hslen. on Han river, re.
port that they us fir* boeie taking sup
plies for the court at Sian Fu. ami tha>
the mandarins have chartered every
available boat for that purpose.
“Ttist as gooi as
Eat-Well is the Best
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1900.
DOCTORS WERE HIS VICTIMS.
HOfi! * I*ll VMi I\ \ WHO I.HRI) ON
II WtO M l K MTORIHII.
I.atrai Story Uhr Tlmt Hr l,oi Ilia
• and Property In Ihr (ini*
\*a(on Flood—tlr Oner I'rMUMinl
Hr. I'nrphpr €f Mmrlni!(in—
Dour llti*4it*aa In IHltrrrni I'nrit •!
Ihr ftouth—\ntt I n.lrr ,4rrrt In
N’nr 4 nrlt.
NVw York, Nov. 96 The police t%( ihr
Wwt KMrhty-riuhth Firrrt Ftntlon r*y
ihry have In cufttoely a rwinclter. who for
more tn*n a yr.tr brrn vlrtlmiting
phyirtrliinji nr^-nnr throughout thr
trrn malm Tha m.'in. who wa*i nr-
M'Med to-fi y, t|r?iTlt4 ? himfrlf Will
1-iin A. F'rnruaon, 89 years old. living m
thr Capitol Hotel, llowrry. llr of irih
birth anti *iys he w a physician.
Fcrftipon i*all<Hl to-day on Dr. William
M Folk at No. 7 K*t Thirty-sixth •trect
.in*l told n ton oh In* Mory about havlna
lost his wife, m&o children anti all hie
properly in Ihe (ialverton atortn and
flood He ask*d for aid ami would prob
ably have jrot It. h* le reproM-nted htm
aelf ok on unfortuimu* phyaldan, had not
Dr. Folk rememhcretl huvlna received a
call a year jko from Ferguson. He fur
ther remembered that al <ha* tlm- hla vm-
Itor aald he ha 1 lost all he had in u tire
In Mi higan.
Dr. Folk then went to hie telephone and
called up t number of hie pernoi.al po>-
lee.-ion.il friends and told them to beware
of Ferguron. Dr Ueorae Iv Jarman, of
Seventy -s*ixh tr H-t, war one of th* •*♦*
CMnuminlraiod with, and shortly after h*-
r oe.Vfd th telephone nuv - “Dr
William A Ferguaon” wae ann un *nil Dr
Jarman re* eive.j aid i*c ln the
Oalverton rloo-l Mory told, and in
furtherance of hit* idea for aid. Furgunon
produr*d a letter bstrtwr Dr. po'lc'a nan.
*n<l which raid In *f[ t that the l*earvr
\\*% a worthy mar* who *l* served help.
Jarman r**tiretl to a back room, markrd
a one dollar bill, araj on hfh mm urn
lt to hie visitor, who left lifter profusely
thanking the physician
hen Ferguson left Dr. Jarman's house
h was followed by the doctor, who Im -
f.-re <he\* had rne fi ... \ lip >„
>llceman to ar-e-t the man At the
station house the police at on* e rem**rn
l>er**d a marked copy of the Modlrai
R ■oi and d.ited Non 21. wlilch real
• T>r W Fcyre Forcher of f'harleston.
H avites that a iernmt Inst hltt*-
-elf and claiming to h ve attended th
meeting of the (’ongres* of American Thv
slctons and Surgeons in \\ i h ngton In
M> last. hM iwen vhflmlslrg many of
the profession In tha: city by preten llntr
to be in dl.-11 4*j ind loi r>wlru mo ry
from them The man 1* i-* ribed ah-
Ing between W t. 70 years okl. with n
heavy gray a!e>uf five feet ar 1
eight Inches tall, of efwire build. Th re
should Ik* som* way In which physlofa* s
could protect fhcmsetve** from this class
of scoundrels, an ‘ I>r. I'orchor hopes *hot
.nv one a|*ir.(.M*ed hv ihi.-* man will be
on hit- guard and will t*e ale to (Kuse
the swindler's apyrehenston "
The description rorie<*i* n ds with the
appear nce of F>rguson. He wb.-i reman l
ed until to-morrow.
teIIISON Hill To t.l\h IT I P.
%f %lloweil in lllil n tnpilol tfirr
Jnckson. Miss.. Nov. 2H. J. K. Olhson.
the Indiana *’ontr * -tor who was arr*st*-d
here Saturday on the charge of attempt
ing to bribt Oov. loOngtno to secure Ihe
contract for the new miHion-dollitr state
hrmsc. will leave for home *to-nv>rrow> the
Cipltol having declined to
allow /Min access to ths* plans und s|k* id
eations or to coiwrider any bid he may
The rommlrslon Is making an Investi
gation of the charge brought by Hibson
that it combination has leen formed
tnun ,' St. Louis and Chicago contractors
to < iptiire the contract. The case will be
* tiled the January term of the Circuit
MIOT % NVNTfHttW
Three Men From the tnipliitrllr fiet
Norfolk. Va.. Nov. LH—To-night three
sailors from the IT idled States monitor
Amphitrtle, Lurb Morick. J. G. Gillen and
John Boyd, attacked Watchman Joseph ]
King and a negro longshoreman. Joseph
Hopkins, at the Merchants' oral Miners' I
Tr: in sport at lon I'omjMiny wharf.
Morick was armed wMh a shotgun, lie |
first air.tcked Hopkins find shot him In !
th- hack an*l (highs w:th No. 4 shot.
King came to llopkln>* ashist.ince ami
was shot In fhe left temple, but not fa- i
tally hurt, as mo-u of t!te shot entewni
hi- h •. whl h w is filled with holes. The
sailors wrre arrested.
It th understood tD 11 th* Amphltrlre will
Sell 1 to-morrow for Fort Royal.
lir.Lll Foil <eltA\l> UNt KHf,
Charge Against Broker larrrmrr
and Ills limping es.
New York. Nov. 36.—C. B LiWrttPe,
Jr., a broker, who fai>d last Frdty
morning, his m.inager. Kdwsnl R I’nder
hlll. and his George H V\ I
1 ert. ill of whom were arrested Fr day.
aetc again arraigned to-day. Th** cat-e
was postponed for a week.
The specific charge againvt the men Is
the larceny of a H.do i*nd from Mrs
* > t
A K VtOA lIIOTBM ftFATEM RO.
hour tent lo IDfsrsiater) and One to
Akron. 0., Nov. 26—Judge KohTer to
day sentvn e<l five of the Akron rioters
who h.iv* been ronvlctd to date. Harvey
Elnrl. Frank Sickles. David Pavla ar.d Oli
ver organ, were sent t otbe Ohio refarm
alory lor Indefinite periods and James
McClelland to th** penitentiary for one
year. Thomas* Byan. charged with at
tcmid In g lo bribe n witness in the Kppiy
tsr. attempted suietdo by hanging In the
HO WIN-s t ill. MtlllTtt ATION.
Had a C laim Against Ckivrrsmsal of
Washington Nov. 26.—1 tis unofficially,
but reliably, reported <o the Staie Depart
ment that Mr Jenner. the Rruish umpire
In the arbitration of th** case of Robert
H May. an American citiseo, agalmt the
government of Guatemala, has render*-!
$ Judgment, In favor of Che claimant to
the amount of 6166,000 American gold.
May's claim wa * for subventions In a rail- !
W*iy contract with the government.
Sea men's I ninn l oi% eat o.
gestrn, Nov. 2k —Th** arnual convention *
of the IntcrnaHon l tJeatnen's t’rtcn f
America wae opened here to-<l iv witn 1
Fresident Wllltnvn of Chicago in
the chair After the opening cercniopfha
the president delivered his address. In
wh ch he the 'uistness which tbe j
ctmefition wood take acti n uf*on. Aft-r
the appointment of o number of commit
tees the convention took recess until to
Issl'is'n ftrslgontlon ireptii|.
Atlanta. Nov. 36-Oov. Candler co-day
accepte<l tha resignation of Col. A* R.
Lawton of tha First Georgia Hegimeni.
MAC 4N ANNKXATION MF.%91 HR.
I.nl t n Sharp Tilt llrlnmi Two of
Ihe Members I r*i llihli.
Atlanta, Nov. 26.—l!<s.*r. Felder* and
Hall >f Bibb locked horns in the House
this morning over the Macon annex*.on
The former gentleman wantedi to take
in ih* suburbs and the l iner w $ opposed
to It The bill was introduced Wednes
day sni passed Baturdav Tliera wa# coo
much rapidity in this for Mr. Hall. The
bll hud been passed in his atwence. He
wanted the net ion reconsidered, but th*’
House voted down th r-Nju
This was the second h*ated discussion
betwean th* two meml*er* of the Bibb del
egation over this bill, ttt the Houthern
Hailwav train from M on last nigh* Col.
Hail made is attick on Mi 1 ■ Mtf fo
intro<!ucing the bill without submitting W
klr. Hall stat<*<l that Mr Felder had vi
olated ail trouted him unfair
ly and placed him in an emhurrahing
p>*itb n with fils ••I'nstltu* #•, In * at the
bill received the reonitniitdsiion of tbs
committee ami went through without ap
proval from him.
In defense of hime’f Mr l-V.der n!
Irpd that Mr Hill i*l seen tae bill and
Representative K* v* $ aibd uj>n
ti> prove it Mr Kltborn #tute*l th th-*
bIH hod been handed to him ly Mr. F**
dcr while Mr. Hull *at next • him. nn*l
that he %*. of the • m - r h th* tim '
that Mr. Hall h.t| rend the bill ov. r w!th
h t m Mr Bte*d of Tuor tv.o pr>'s**nt
dtiring the dif-'ussion an I several other
lcop.e gathered around to *w 1 1 rrtults.
The discussion grew to i whits beat
bom** salty things were said on both ssl •*.
but tiis storm passed ate) finally quiet
LAN All\N is I MllClt AM It 17* V.
C itsrKnl With l.srecnj —flock 4 rash
er 4 NIIM'S ItlligatlOß.
Athans. Gs . Nov 2f. Mr Richard I am
ah* n. former. y traveling sMb-sman for
Cl. II Holm* A Cos,, was arr> ted her* to
ds v on tf- bar?** of larcany after trust.
He Is said to be 6#*i short In his a* counts.
The n* e > i>l his at rest usfl i sensa
tion among the business men of the city
where be is well known nd bears a g.**!
reputation. He did not give bond. t
whs allowed to go to the home of Ci.pt.
H c. Davis, where h* U being guarded
until to-morrow, when the Bur>**rior c*ourt
w tii convi ne.
Mr lamchun Is verv indignant over the
charge s, and says (hat he Is in it.g very
badly treated lie has is*n In Athen e\er
since he wa* discharged, und has made no
attempt to get awn\
The city of Athene seems to have an
elephant on !?*< hand* In the s' |>* of a
rock crust or The crush* r |n situated near
a i evident port Ip t. f the city, and dnmag*
suits to the nmount of h‘>oui f7.<nn have
been filed against the city In the past two
.A stormy s**#-ion of th' Connell was
held yesterday *ftartH*>n Tin Mayor vii*
ated the chair and In h ringing stK*eeh
said that he thought the cltv had stood
the affair long enough, and he thought
the matter w.s ilp*- fr a Jury. The city
tut* considerable tn>.-.ey :nv< *tl In the
property, a* has th** AJhens Halir ad
* i.ni|.iiiy. r*l the crusher Is - ivlng tfio>4
sands of dollars to the iax|>ers of Ath
JM MT-ADKIt IN '•!!>-A llt
'lnn's I Ife Sgs *il l> His 4 Inlhiiig
4 t4B'liing on n l**li.
Chicago, Nov !!*• Hu-|*en !*d In mil a r
by his Jacket Itsi feet from the ground
Andrew And* r*>n, employed on a bias
furnace in th* liltnior gtifl VVcuksf hung
for an hur to-day while employe of Un
works ondeav* c* fto res u* htn FlnaJh .
by means c*f extetu-don ladders. 4h** man
was taken frv-n his perilous position and
exhaustsfff, carried to the ground
The arc wbnt which pla< *1 Amlerson in
fhe perilous r*silted in sen slv
and probably fatally injuring three of bis
companions Th* \ Were n'd working on a
scaffold at the top of it new blast furitu e,
when the s<affolding broke, failing with
its human bur*len. Twenty feet from the
top of the b.osr f triun e An*ler-m's Jack
et caught on a nhort bolt extending two
inches from the surface amt ids rapid d*
went w.ih Mj.j.bnly checked. II ** com
panions crashed through th* tietwork of
#• affokling lo tli<‘ ground mi.l %vr** lat *r
picked up unconscious and bk**liiig by
oiher emp.oyc* and takn to th* com*
puny a hoqdtal.
Kid AA 4L4Y M lllhl, NKTTIKI.
Motornn ii and 4 anduefors Have |(r
tnrurj to ;;; V.
Key West. Fla . Nov. 26.—The strike of
the motormen and conductors of the el*.
trie street railway *\>tem, tvtd and, h <M been
*n progress h*r* for several days, he
been settkd. The cars resume-1 their
schedules to-day. Tn* settlement was
brought aismt 1> c*>mniittec *,\ ur:>:t>.i
non The workmen go bark on the old
wag*? scale, which has been in force since
th*- line has been operation. A* a result
the president of the Motormat. und 4*on
du Ads' Union baa resigned nnd * so*
cess*r elected Only three of the ->irlk
ets refused to resume work, their pi ic-.*-
B ATM lI4NH'N FROPLItTA HOLD.
Bought !>• ( ountesN run Vtlttherg.
Ilia A\ Ifr’d Ulster.
Hamilton. O. Nov. t’, The Reilly
block, the property of MaJ. E. CJ. Rgth
hone. formerly director of i*>d* In Cuba.
api>taise/r P at 87H.64J6 ary! tlie Campb*U
block, the property of Mrs Kate c M nor,
Rn-th bone's alster-lr-lAw apjra|s*d at
p*.:i34. were sold her*? to-*1.1) by Unit and
States Marshal Fagiu unl r t and r c of
forei'loaure ohtaltnd by W H. Jones o #
New York to Grace Campbell theOo mte**
von Rlltbarg of Dreaden Germany, a ?|s
tcr of Mrs. Rathbone. The firmer bio k
brough* |57.04F and she latter $' .3 0 The
Reilly block was the l-iht lnii>or:ant hoM
lng of Rathbone.
Toou IN new YORK.
An E*|rlenei'l rh>elrliin - s Work.
Dr Hllm.fi' MlMlrslb In < xperiment-
Ins thr result oi looii In hi* own body, j
seys: "Aft.'f ■•.l’ln* t'mr heaptn l"S- |
sjioofis of Grape-Nut# with a lllil" mum. i
l had O'faslon to walk Htout H mil#', and
was surjinse.l al my fe.Hnn of 'ir.rmih
an.l bouynnry. on oiher oer.ielone. when j
t have tskm careful note of my feellnas
nnd senauUom I hive dtsoovei*ed that li - j
tifiertuiil la-lie .ire enmimratlvejy ea.jf
v. hen u-Ii k Grate Nuis at each mea'.
"Of course I undersl'in l that the theory ;
re* ir.’.U.K Gr ipe-Nut* Is practically per- j
feet. 'Thai the foul ccniains riements j
that are well (mown, and furnished in a :
concentrated snd quite delicious form H j
Is reasonable to expert rssults. bur the j
physical demons’ra'ion of these results j
is more sad,factory, always, than the!
mere statement of theory
Grape-Nuls combine 1 with fruit and
seasonable vesel iblear I pt*#cil(a> to all-I
Ing worn, n und de'e ate men. and have not |
had a case ye' that has not furnish.d
yraltfytoA result*. A nervous. Irritable
man of *2 became fat and amiable uslntc
Grape-Nu.s fool as a regular (but not ex
"I have found slender, anaemic slrt*
Improved rapid y tn health, spirits, webrht,
and looks, on Grape-Nuts food li w-oul I
he a bleaele* to thotisurds of such alrls
If this fatal was used more lamely In
leardtr'ii schools and seminaries, not 'o
be admlnlrteretl as mvetl-tne, but as a
pur*, healthful, and htffhly nourtehln*
food " Dr. MacUratb Mvta at IN ith Avt..
Duffy’s Pure Malt Whiskey
America** 4sicmnt M4ielM.
CvJR ES Consumption General Do
btlity. La Grippe. Colda, Bronchltla,
Malaria, Oyxpnpaia, Depression, and
weakness from whatever causes
ll i* lit* ”filf W hiakrT Ult.’.l tjf lh l#.*C**inmnl ms •
#!.• '*'. Hug it % g iartnl#B* It#* ur *!*•
AM ill crfitu m 4 .*r ditrrt. $t <x> \
►Hi** •-I ’l f * : mMI I'-w'll •• t >i.l !* wis t
WufTj %fal* wm#ii4*i € ~ gm krilßr, A. %.
WORK AT 4 1114 KAMAI 4. A I* AIIR.
(* n. Ili>tiinn’a Annual Tell
iiiH AA It it 4 lln Hern Hone.
\A arhaigtof). Nov 26 -Uerv I! N Boy*
' tot). *'iiatrtnaii of tbr *l.icamaUga an i
Ch*:t*n <>K4 Natbi>at Military Park Com
ii.lsN'on. ha nubmitN hi* annual report
to ib* fbercar) cf War Th* aaya
The wrk *'f ••■tabliahlrvg the park aji
li# malnt#mre# ha# euntlmMrt uninter
rtipteilly during the year e*,ling Her* 36.
19b6 and b#* leu cnrrle I on itrleily In
a* . onlai co with the p an for dividing the
fun.l* appropriated by *'>ngra
led t( >4ai by the ccfnmtealon and ap
|lov * and.
'lt from the i-tiglneer’# report
tha< w have i*ow #lx(y-aeven of m
proved •►** i* which e*>at an average of
I-. 603 per ttiile. ihotil four and a half mt)#4
of which wu ccm at rutted during the
year, that IK., lit* ha# been exi*erwVd in
that tlnte |n road construction ani bettar
Thet* are *j*(w erected on th# Chi*
matigM fie;.l !** guru*, mounted on iron
• arr>MA t< ludtate th** |*atr**rn.*‘ |n uee
'luring fn* Civil VAar. mat king forty-thr#*
t it ion battery pool (ton# and ninety-four
R* 1 * gun# -Imi.arlv mounted, marking
thirty nine 4*onfd#rat# battery ponition#
<ti t K n.ittai *in fi* I*l M*rt\flve gtm*
motuited a# ah* v\ mark ten I'nion am*l
t*n c . if.derat# better) i*mo ton* there
IL-vtoil a) raMete erected during the
ve.it IHJI, foundation# for t#t- m*tiuiitent#
rue ted, 1, *‘\, .$ vated. 1, gun# mount
Tbc Ini lance on luind 4> 1 1, IWA a
D*. >; Th* appropriation a f*r the fi*'* a
)e,ir ending June in. lftd. including a ape
*apt>ropriatUai of |lo.*at> for complet
|r th# Ltft>ettr ro *1 **xten#ton. w* e
y, '.<**• The.-**, with two other am# I
Hem#, aggregating Sj.UL m.d, the t4'al
r; eljda for the y**ar ending Bap!. 3), liMi,
lib* Th# total expenditure# lo and In
•'lading ihal dale have been ..h leav
Inga I Milan..- * <*t 1. Duo. of $63,117."
tier* Hoyt <u enlla attention to tlie in
#|*ec4iotl lat itionlh by the veteran# of
t. 4 M’vrr .1 artnie# Interested, of all th**
hlNtorioel work thu# . f ar completed on th*
(G.ik with a view to the correction of
such error# an might have been In In
lon# upon tablet#, m •nuineid# an*l
Ic a?Ion of battle line#
The reeulte of the ln#ie'tlon t parttcl
pated In b> prominent member# cf the
armbw which twk |**irt In the action-.
> well a# eommDakmer# from the Mat* -
wh<***c were engaged, were of the
mo-t fmllafttctory character
“In view* of the #* notional repo-t# our
rent during the occupation of th*- park b>
ttie troot# of th* Koaidnh-American AA’ar
that the |iurk wa# an unhealthy region
fhe (v-mmiiaion call# #fe*tg| er *lm to
Ihe rep* rt of the *ng m er. showing In
connection with the l.#t annual rejairt
that the entire attrcocc of fever or any
general ►lrknc**# In th* park forea ha**
continue*! from th# tlm** It began to elmr
HP the |Mrk after the troop# left to the
a A A ANN All LIGHTER AUK CASE.
Joilgmrnt in P#or of the illy lln*
Atlanta. Nov. The Supreme Court
to-lay handed dotfn the (< How Ing de ls
Savannah Light*rage and Transfer Cos.
v#. Mayor arvl Aldermen of the city of
Savannah, t* fore Julge I'alhgunt. Chat
ham Hup* rior Court.
Lumpkin. I J A conviction of a
llghterae# company of violating a penal
munbipal or.Hnanee, “To protet cotton
and other marchandlf# whl t being load
ed, unloaded or iranalerred or tranship
ped." whereby It 1# prescribed that all jer
onM rng tged In !lghlrtag< or oiherwDe
*rai • |H>rt !ng #uch merchandlae "mun
yvrr the fame while on lighter* or o*i
other cruft, with turpmilln# or other more
permanent ami substantia! material." nai
not rustalruible upon the evidence showin<
that a given cargo of rotton wnich hal
been transported upon a lighter belonging
to the company from *i wharf to a eteam
•hip w.i J**f uncover# I while telng
transferred from the lighter to th# ship
when It further nppc*rcd by undlspuied
testimony th.t the contract of ilgh'erlng
wa>. complete a s*oon .is the lighter wa#
placed a.ongrldr fhe whip, and that after
this wm done the accused had nothing
more io do with either lighter or cargo,
and when It w a m i shown that the cum
pany wa* under #n> statutory duty of
keeping cargo no covered while the earn#
was beitig unloaded
Judgment reversed all concurring O’-
Connor, O'Byrne and HattrMge for plain
tiff in error Samuel B. Adams contra
Snutiiern Fin* < onip.*ny of tivorgtm va
Kirkiatid. Before JiKigc* Bennett, Ware
Superior Court. lAt tie J—A tax collector
hud in I*M, nj authority to Issue an e*e
• i'tK>n fur taxer againut wt.-l U.id unlc##
th* same had not been returned for tax*
it lon |n th* county in which it wa# lo
atl. and, being a summary proceeding
which was not found* l on any Judgment
It was i-M'-nilAl that all necessary Juris
dictional fact# shou.d ap(#**ar on Ihe face
of the execution. Wber*. therefor** no re
elf.tl vas made In such an execution is
rued In that year that the lot ag*fn>4
which it W'aa I rue I wa# no? returned fo.
taxation, the execution wa# invalid anl a
sale of Ihe land mad*- thereunder w.
Judgment nftlrme*! all eonrurrtng.
(AI-I.KVA> I lIH’I’.HtMK.
Fifth Annual *4e##isn AA mn tjaitr tar
Woycros#, Ga.. Nov 36 —The fifth ses
sion of the Wesleyan Church of Ameri a
• loee.l last night after a very *u teseful
me*ting of three days.
Th* Committee on Fa-*toral Re'atlon#
recommended preacher* for the \rlou
charge# in the con fare nee # follow#;
AVtycross—C L. }!. Davis.
TlftOb-H H. Dixon
Ashhurn— W. P. Perdua.
Nankin—C A. DuPree. •
Morten**—W M Le* 1 .
N##au—D. D. Middle ton.
Tallahassee—R W Watts
Greensboro—'To be supplied
Rev. 11. H. Tumlin was elected con
Rev. H. H. Abbott of Knoxville, Tenn .
wa# re-elected president an 1 J Lawren e
The next conference will tw* held at Ash
bum. on the G. H. A F. Railroad.
The return of Rev. t\ L. H Da via to the
church hers la aat!#factory ooth lo the
rrcnHiership of his church and ihe poodle
Al the town* ,
MANY NEEDS OF THE NAVY.
NMHIKI ARA 1 aiNi.'S AAAI Al. HR
-1*4114 1 AM HR I*l BLH .
f >*ln r I men 1 utl>nrr#rit nl Tlinm
by I.nol* f imS* *r f**r sen Sec# Ice.
AgrermeMi un the Armor Plate
C|u*'*tlM-4|neall*u of Inu
Am#l Ntntlou •> Port Itoyal.
N#(Sl .Arsdnin, Nhinl Hrtem and
Other luiportnut Atattrra Beall
Washington. Nov. M —The following an
ex tract a from the annual report of tae
Hecretury of the Nav>
j The retort open# with a graphic account
of the part played by the navy in th**
vs tr in Fm $ all of which has appeared
! In the purs reports
With reference io the need for ad
**ltlonai offkrera the report says: The
need of *ffl cn# for #ra duty la steadily
growing, and at t.mes fhe ikpurtmoi* I#
#* rlour.v vmlvirriuMil by la k of fiecei
vary officer# t* properly man vessels re
quired for immediate #ervl<v
This need will ■ etili gi- iter when ves
#el# iiuftiorised or huikting are completed
and raady for c*nimi*alou The report of
the Bureau of Naxigathm represents that
1* would bo lmi*ault)le at the preaent ?im ■
t* mail our available fleet were an emer
geney to otut *iein tndmg u* ti action
AA lib the completion of s •#.-* I# now un
der coniNruction an immediate increase
will be nee*led m the enlirted force of not
leas than men
After a careful examination of numer
ou silos for a naval magaalue near N w
A’orh. for wltich (Oirpo#** the v\>ngiosa ha**
ma*lc appropriation. It was d*-temilne.l to
eaiahlndi such a migaxine on loiui iNlami,
a lra*4 . outaln:r * in a* r #. ailtmtad Siarr
(ht* wed bank of tn- Hudson river, about
fort) mile# above New York city.
Of the amount of armor heretofore con-
for. th* manufacturers have *Je
IDered 2.fcfc tons, leaving 1,137 t*n* still
In |*f*x:e# of or to be manufactured.
There iin--I to \*o *‘ontra ted for—
Three battleshl|s of the Maine *ls*s 7.2i>
Five aUlesiilps <f the Pennsylvania
Six armor***! cruls*r# of th© \V*at
Vli UMi elaaa I : I®
Thiet protect***! *rui***ni of the Mil
waukee class . ! fW
Making a total of 3S 61
The act of Jum* 7. Ilfs*, authorised th*
H* rc.ury of th* Navy to pro. ur*- by *r
tract armor of the le-t *|uility for any
or all of the \e##els sbovr r**firre 1 t-.
“provided such contracts ran be made at
a price which, in Ills Judgment. 1# rea
oonable and equitable; iwit In case he I#
unable to make contract# for arin'r un
der Ihe above 4Wvdltk>s h* !••* her*ly
authoru' and and directe*| ti> procure a alt'’
f*jr and to * red lber**o*i it factory for the
tnanufadure of armor. an<l tha sum of
L.'M*•# is hereby appropiiste*! towani
ihe erection of aid fa:l>ry."
Armor Flair Agreement.
After prolonged trefoilsttona. In whirl*
(b. service# *.f tile Chief of the litereau
of On! it anew have been of Ihe gr#aee'
value, ai;*l tn which tle#e com#Mihlta met
•h*- department m a iplrk **f r**#*onaM*
adjust mem. an ,sgr**rn#n* has been rna*l •
with them, and n**w awaits #;giaiura. for
Kru| p mnrir of the llr#t-cla## for $436 a
*. , Th, Krupp prncrss involvee Ihe
Harvey pgtenLthe validity cf which Is n*w
in *l* r ’4>neil**rallon by the courts, oivi
|i I# further agreed that Hie government
will assume in addition any liability for
the Krupp proves* not exceeding f* r
yjl 32 a t*s for Krupp royalty, and not
exceeding fll LM tor Harvey royakv The
maximum price to the government is
therefore. lIBS3 .* ton, #ul*J**ct to d.mlnu
.ion In cm**- of any reduction In the fori
The I**l of the above for this
etas# of armor w •# $490, and the price
originally asked |W.
The Mwlvs'e ('< mpiny, some time ago
withdrew l* Md, but It would have been
unable in any event to furnish armor ui
due season for lh* Main** class **f battle
#l. ps Had it not withdrawn It# Md. It
|# probable that some arrangement might
.ve been made for the distribution
among the three companies of the manu
facture of the arwmr other than that of
ihe Maine clas* 11# bid, howev*r. w#
of value In enabling the department to
secure fhe at*ve large r*ductlo
The price of other cl**aa armor Is the
#anie as heretofore—s 466
The expenditure of tne appropriation#
providing for n dry dock of concrete *r
Mfori*- and for certain other improvements
and repairs st the naval station. Fort
Royal. H C* . contained in the act o
proved June 7. IW>, was left t* the dis
cretion of the Re-retary of Lie Navy, who
warn authortxed and dire**te*l to ai>p*int a
hoard of naval officer# lo examine Into the
expdteney of changing that station to
som* other point in the stale of ftoirh
Carolina, at or near fhe city of Charleston
Careful Investigation# hove been |n pro
gress during the summer hy a hoard ap
r#>lnted In reirsiiance of the direction of
thl# statute, the board having been asait'-
e*l in its examiri ttion hv survey# m ole at
?he request of this department by fhe
* Vmst and Geodetic Hnrvey. The report of
this board Is expected in December next,
nnd pending Its receipt Ihe expenditure of
• ppropriaflotr* made for improvements a;
Fort Royal l;y the act above mentioned
hrt# been held In abeyance, as prov!4*d In
Rural A-mI•• m > .
Attention I# Invite*! to the valuable
report of the Board of Visitors, and to
It# recommendation#, particularly with
reference to the age limit of Cadets and
to the period of probation.
Also to the decommenda*lon of the
Chief of tha Bureau of Navigation that
a training vessel b*- built for its* Naval
Academy sufficiently large to accommo
date not le## than 3 <* iet> in addition
to the crew, the lncrsae in the number
of cadets necessitating greater facilltlca
for training afloat
state Naval MlII(in.
The department lat year gave various
state naval militias, which are an Im
portant element In the general scheme of
national defense a tour of duty on board
ship, with the object of so instructing
them In man-of-wur routine and duties
s to enabb shew upon the outbreak of
war to have sufficient knowledge to be of
practical u#e on our naval vessels.
The same facilities were again offered
thl# year, although some of the #tat# or
ganisations fall 1 to take advantage of
National \a%al Heaerve,
Although the seafaring elaas of our peo
ple is *a anpura’Pely large one, !t Is not
now brought into touch wlih th* naval
A Tear for a Pain
Only exprctanl mothers, or thnse who hive home Y
children, know Ihe hill mean Inc al iheM words. VX" JAurVi
Every woman should tell every other woman obonl / r*
“MOTHCR-M FRIEND, ” thsl wonderful linl- L>
mest thl! diipel. Mil ftmkl incident to chlldbmk. L.
Thera It aothmf Ilka It. -—. r SW—
JMO. 8. MORTOIf. )rf Helm, If, C. —VS! "Te eH..h<.s’t r *e- , r -
H# imt 4#
UNf tnfm., *4 * lahir t-mt i— if W \
6J. U<jo*KgU#ffn4M*U.Uankkf - M lkfi t t n* l* **
Sf4d by TVnr# .i*. ut <m.i K* bv rwl ~
o< |*k. S*A rutwkd •* Wo'ivoioMMf. m
-). g inwwt n r*t-1% all tgff* *4 -s sfUio#.ask4l t / 1A ’ . ! \
GJT2BJ Uf 4t*! oa. bead yo'-r a<ldfu. fjL/
TUB UKAlinei l> RIIirUVMCR..A(kwUN fla #/oMkß#*i^*lU H " 4
service and thr .Navy f>epartment In tin*#
of peace in auch manner a# to Instruct an#
pr-efoire any |art of it for assistance Ip
the regular service in case #f a su*kkMi
outbreak of war Means should bp pro
vided to thla stul anl the matter should
receive the immediate attention of t oiv
gresa and provisbm nxade, as ie *ommen*!*>
ed In in> last anttupl report, for enrolling,
in addition to the natal intitrui, snidi
i# an organisation of the stat-s and un*
der their regulation, a naval reserve of a
rational character, which shell tm under
ill and setter*! direction of the N ivy
Inereeae Iw the Hmr-y.
Tn view of the number of large fighting
vessels already authorised, some of them
hunky uegun the d*penmvu i of opin
ion that Conxre## at Its coming seaslon
should be asked for only :%vx battleatupp
and two armored -rinsers, ell of the maxl
rrum duido* *wm #pe*-ined. that at least
six li# u-lraft gunb*at and wane smell
raft fur river service are espai telly ile
strnble in c.amet'tton with our Insulpr ser
vlce and tha* the colliers, t raining •whips,
fi ii.sjKAr( and repair ship are the neess
r *r\ a . oni|iaitimrt of the general recent
Increase of tn# navy, both in Its fighting
fpree snd in the enlarged range of ll#
NIAtXIN*# t in <Ot HT IJUIAL.
Supreme t ourf Deelarea the Net Is
Atlanta. Nov R The Ruireme c*otirg
to-day hand#*) down it# decision in tha
Henry Ivey case affecting the ronilliu
ttonality of the City Court of Macon
The court overrule# Hodcttor II dgeg*
next ton, and declaroe the ccwirt of Msdon
to l>w “like" the (Tty Courts of Bax an*
net* an ! Atlanta The decision |# hy Cnisf
Justb 8* Hlnimmu*. ai*d I# a# foiiuws
“The court .-r*-at**| by the act *f Aug,
14. IXtv 'To establish the City of
Ms eon,* etc., wa* in all autvtantisl te
af*e- t#. a like court to the City Court of
Atlanta as It rxlat*-1 on the da a of 'ha
ratincatloti of the prtment constitution.
“Second (Nmstrulng altogether th* pnp.
vision* of that art. the court thereby erw
ated wa# estal Halted in the city of Ua
“Third It follows that th Supreme
Court lias Jurlwllctlon of bills of excep
tion sued out to review judgment of the
City Court of Macon
“Fourth Neither paragraph 1 nor sec
tion 1 under Article VI of the Ccn#tl9Utls#|
(Civil Cod* Rent km M&J nor any etatufe
of tlUn state confer# upon a Judge of the
Superior Court authority to preside In a
City Court, save only in ca#e w haretn the
Judge of that court I* disqualified to pre.
side When, therefore, a Huta-rlor Court
Judge umlertake# to preside In a rase
la nding In a City Court which the Judge
thereof 1# malltied to fry. the so-called
trt.il 1* a nullity ar.d the result of It Is ab
“Judgment rever*ed all concurring John
B Cooper and Marlon W Harris for
I*l tint Iff In error, Ro|ert ! badges, solicitor
FNt.INFF.It CHOU* Bt NIKD.
Man Hilled at AVareaborw—< oromer'a
Horse Haw A nn*.
Wnycross. <in , Nov 26 - Kngtneer
Frank ('roes, of the FlaiH Bystetn. wh4>
died very s*el*bnl> at hi* loans. In thla
city, yenterday morning, from heart
trouble, was burled in Lott Cemetery thla
afternoon. Deceased had been with the
Flam kystetn for eleven years, and was
one of thn brsi-known englucmra on th
road lie had been ronyUairring for sev
eral murrths, hut ht# death was *nt4re!y
unexpected, and ag eat blow to his fami
ly He leaves a wlf** and threw children
This morning Coroner Grimes reeelvod
a telegram from Ware*boro asking him to
t ome to Bunn’s still at once to hold an
Inquest over the body of a man who had
Just been killed at that place. Bunn's
still wa# formerly the Col-man A Will
iamson still four miles from Ifasty- It
1* ms on the railroad, and particulars are
not available at thl* time The coroner
secured a hnr*e and buggy and started
t<> drive across country When near Dr.
Fi tfik Folks' residence the hor*e
frightened and ran away. He whirled
around, starting down th# street on a re
turn to the tahb- As he crossed tha
railroad switch near the First National
Bank. Mr Grime# wa# thrown from the
buggy His head and hack struck the
brick pavement, am! he was severely
bruised, being unable to go out to hold
ri.TIMATIM TO RAILROAD*.
I.pxvortli Leaguer* Male AAhaf bar#
They Will Fay.
Chicago. Nov. 36 Members of th# Bp
wrorth l.e*sru* have lasued an ultimatum
to th# Western rallroa.l#. They have de
creet! that unless they aro granted a
romul-trip rate of sJ#> from Chtasgo far
their biennial convention scheduled lo ha
held In Ran Francisco next July, they will
hold their meeting In some Eastern or
Central Western city.
A meeting will he held here next Friday
by officials of the Trans-Continental Pas
senger Association In an effort to agree
upon the proposed rate. A simitar meal
ing In Ht. lul* last week brought no ra
FFAHFO AUDI IIA# RINK.
Srhnoner NAhlrh AA a In Collision
With the Rnmidlan.
Portland. Mo. Nov. 36—Hrittsh View
Consul Keating this morning reewivsd a
message date*! Lockport, N. 8., from K.
C. Churchill Locke, owner of th© schooner
Alina, saying that no tidings had haan re
ceived of her. The Alina Is tha vessel
which was In collision with th© steamer
Numklian. It Is feared that aha has
foundered and sunk with tha nine men
who were on her.
Malra of Fine Horses.
lexingum. Ky.. Nov. 36.—C01. Rogers
Williams, vice president of the National
Fox Hunters Association, to-day sold his
famous hunting mare Madrtgdt. by Tea
Tray, to Broker R H. Litchfield of New
The sen sat lons 1 mare Alice Map©#, re
cord 2:14% trial mile 2:ffiV. wa# to-night
shipped to New York to be #od in the
Madison Square sales.
Hr,an l> Attrnfl jHi-lt.itn ttnnqnrf.
I'hlmgo Nov. K WJUum J. Bryan ha.
given a*ur*iK' ih*t he will be present
t the Jf'ksor Day bnnqun to be belli
In thl. ehy on Jsn *. It Is thought that
rm thl. occasion Mr. Ilrynn will <leclari
himself o,i th* fttlur* of th* pnrty.
An Rr.l.lsnrr at Hslssas.
Berlin. Nov 28—A private dispatch froffi
|>ekln ssys, "Col, Yorch'. column tnok
Kalaimn without reslrtane*. The Chliwne
forces, regulars end Boxer*, fled toward
the province of Shan SI"