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ITALIANS USE THEIR KNIVES.
4 mNrroo Attempt I pun n
Mordrrpr'" Life in the Rtrvttt
N>m York. Dec. 2.—Frank Tuscan j wn
, Gambol*- who w• w in turn utabtad
r jtedlf by the victim’* friend* rerelv
... * it la aaid cannot fail to be death
w*p prictlrally lynrMnf, The
, i% is the result of o quarrel. After
mmitting tft* crime Gambol* and two
* *.•>. who areri wtthffiim. tried to fi't
, but were prevented. Men well
Kfi.-wn u tne I:aiSaa colony, took charge
. i,<mhoi and announced they woukt
f# gr him to the jail.
It is a*l that after Gambol a wu led
fc w by the friend* of Tuacanl other
t*fr- of the local colony detained all who
, v . to follow. Gamboia wan led some
distance through the streets In the direc
t ou cf the Jail, but not by thr most direct
jr • ir.oet public way. Then in a lonely
;>ci he waa tabb'.l attain and agatn. H *
!*<* appeared to have been Jabbed and
.and with the knives of several men.
\ .r t met* a knife wag driven into his
k Several time* knives were driven
snto the flesh in other parts of the
t*vlc The four blows delivered In the
i* 4 r. believed to be certainly fatal.
, u . nis tiought to have penetrated the
i -c The wounds about the face and
i „ t < ther than the four delivered di.
into the bod>. appear to have been
* en more with the idea of Inflicting: ter
mr* than of killing the man.
W .*n st ihbed Gambol* t ailed far aid.
•’ he whole event of the etahhing and tor
ture of he murderer took lees than a
of minute*. Gambola wa* covered
<d which was flowing from the
wooed* about his face. He begged to be
tAk*to the Jail and not killed on the
The men who cam* to his aid.
gome of :hem Italian.*, hurried him there.
Me was half !*d and half carried Into
; offl..* of Sheriff Vanßusktrk. l>iu-r
ik* wag removed to the hospital. Four
1 tailing have so far been arrested.
row TO HHO'A FIRST OBLEOATC.
Frederick llrirtNU st Ills People
\\ut to llec'onte. Hoot and
New York. Dec. 2.—Porto Rico's first
Jlegate to rengress. Frederick Degetau,
1* tn ’hi* city. He arrived on the steamer
Kin Juan Saturday night and will stay
her# to visit friends for a few days be
fore he goes to Washington. He has
great desire to study the English lan
My people want to become root and
h-ant h American," he said to-day. "We
<*imot do n too quickly. We recogniK
:.j*t wc nr- naturally Americans and that
cur future is part of the future of this
< ufgtrv. After centuries of sleep. Porto
hs* n tit jf.-r ns there wltn grant alacrity.
The nrst sign is the development of the
natural re*-hirres of th** Island The evo
,f tn. |M opl. .thcir development. th*li
(duration and their enri< hmtl will fol
'w *1 he onh* question now in Porio
R!c • • tween the Federalists, who want
to burry up and be made a state, with
* a •i.oii.oa> government at once, and the
l:< :*u‘ icar who want to go slow and
r** made a territory. with a terri
t it *ovt rntmnt. and later graduate into
[ fill at ate hood.* 1 •
• u>K( HATH (T:\TI KY TO OOI).
(rremnny tn Trike Place tn \Yah-
Ingiton Mldnluht I tec. ;tt.
W* Ungt -r. I*<<■ 2—-Archbishop Mar
*n* i the .p *.rol .* deb gate, will parlift
-14 at the service* to I* held at St Pat
jr k - t’hurch, In this city at midnight
31. to consecrate the new century
A ar airo the Pope gave a special per
r >: n. wi'h a view to wide exercise of
i • frlvll g . to sing a solemn mass nt
..gh: of |w 31. of last y**ar. to con
* ite the closlnjf year of the centurv
ii to repeat It ofi le* 31. next, at the
M**.- riou: tor r necratlrsg the entire new
e ceremony. l:k* tlm* of a year ago.
♦vp* t*t t* le .n unusually brilliant on**
! most of the fllshope throughout the
■ ’ tr\ probably will hold similar solemn
rill %KH\;n* OF FI Tl RB PBICB.
Orn. Uooil liiur u llrrrrf Providing
for If urn I Gnnrda in Cuba.
Hav ina, Dec. 2.—To-morrow Gen. Wood
•ill Issue . decree providing for the union
e' ?h** separate organizations of pro win
<"■*. r iral guard!* under one head. Here*
•fRr they will l>e known an Rural Guards
f< th© 1.-'aiul of Cube, and will bo mo
ke? o th© order* of the central govern
r'r* It la tn*igl©d that this body shill
B**©rv* the future peace of the Island.
Hitherto th© provincial organisations hav©
•w i'i© outside their respective prov-
Krom this time the guards can
!■* *©r t to any part of the Island to meet
* r emergency. The plan is to concen
is many as possible In the vlclnltv
r ' the srpar estates during the grinding
dri;m pistol* \tl IMKI).
Tkrr> Men Almost Instantly Killed
In nn Arknnsos \ffrny
Alexandria. La., Dec d—News reached
*** to-day 0 f B triple hiding at Park dole.
" • 'so Killian brothers, merchants of
f'Ucc, having had a previous falling
ft *’ with Station At' nt Phillips about rail
r* bufiness last night at 11 o’clock went
the station, smashed every window.
* nJ '• en went in search of Phillips, who
* ' at Ms boarding house. They called
m ° ,,f *nd after exchanging a few words
*• him. all drew pistols and the three
B>n wer dead almost Instantly.
MtnamKNT rt\FEDERATE DRiD.
'•nwrlght Fasti* of hew Orleans
Hied nt llllnnnltee.
'I Dec. Cartwright Ruztl,.
* p-'omlnmt hunnnxi* man of New Or
'll'*! In Milwaukee. to-ifcty of acute
monla. Mr. Kuxtlx was a member
® board of public murks of New Or*
1[ and * member of the board of ad
"r*>lon of Tuljne Unlvarsltjr. Ho
k " prnmlnrti: Cciirederate during the
Oeath of Tliomi. J. Kinney.
' * nrk Dec. j —Thomas J. Kinney.
‘ Htnon* New Jerse) Republican*
\’’ u , rm * r own er an.l publlaher of the
I . ' ~ Dally Advertiser, died to-day at
. ‘ -Hence ( n Newark. Mr/Kinney w.a
*!* r| ot ■ He wa- repine.) to be
at le*,t *2.000.000 and leave* a
* 1 * *°n and three daughter*.
iinallims 111 Hoboken.
X* lark. Dee 2 —MmalU>ox waa dls
"I In Hoboken. N J.. to-day. The
bem.l |s dlreetlv trneeaMe to the
;.*•* Naty.nlath Street Klietergarten In
, ' '•'H* °i*>. A t-yemr-oM girl la the
SHERIFF MAKES STATEMENT.
TrlU linn Haran l,r.ranr, ■ Innth
fnl Imhllmi. Ihulr HI. I .rnpr
Mbit. In -hrrlir.
Columbia. B. C.. I>ec. Th. .hrrifT of
WlllUmaburit im. only m ul. n Mairm.ru
about th. .reap, of Manor! Umnu a
month n*o. on th. 4rman<l of thr Govern*
or. In Ml now many peoiile have believed
th. .h.riff had th. boy aeirrlrd mimr.
where. ntMl would produce litm when re*
Nov. 4. Lmran., who i oniy 14 or l.>
year* Oad. crlinlnullv aeenultnl a whit,
marrlnl woman. H. wa. nruetel and
i onfe.a.-d Krarln* n lynehlng the Gov
ernor ordered him broucht to Columbia
Sheriff l>anl.| eaplaina how he look
the hoy out nf fall In th. evenm*. put
handcuffa on him an.l atartrd In n round*
about way for the <tepi>t. He did no exn--
Cliie the precaution, he would have taken
had I*e.eenr hern a man Thr boy ilod*..!
him in a DNd and ha. not beam rein
The .herlff .ayw the neero wr|*hs about
k> Pnnn-ie and .aid he wa. II \,rs old.
Th. Governor will now offer u reward.
CON HUM'. Ilk IT fiIMWKM) WII.K.
t oarCa n.rlalon II rannl In* the tv.
nirsry of \\ rather I'orrcnaia.
Washington. Dec. 2 -Prof Moorr. chief
of th Weather Purciu. ha- made t .state
rnsnt in wiilch hf* calls .ittrrvtion to tht
neent decision of the I nitcd States Pourt
of Appeals at Richmond. Vi , invohing
ths responsibility of a vessel master for
damage* by rain to a cargo of rice dis
charged on an tmsh*dter*d wharf at
Charleston, S \, when the Weather Hu.
fiad predicted rain He says that
contrary to widely published mments.
th** decision clearly Mated that where the
storm warnings are brought to the atten.
lion of vessel masters It Is their duty to
take cogri*anr- and observe them, though
ttn- court Mild the ordinary predictions of
ratn. snow and moderate changes of tem
perature are less reliable than almuat
anything of which the genera/ public is
expected to take cogniMr.c#.
Prof Moore contends that the decision
was a cimmcndati>n instead of a I'ondam
r-atton of storm warnings The bureau, no
•ays. concedes that one out of every five
fcrecasts of precipitation has failed of
verification, while there has not been a
destructive marine storm anywhere in she
United States in over six years that was
r.ol preceded by th danger warnings, o
m severe cold wave of which farmers
were not given timely warning.
DIRK MOl.lt It tMAMMIten.
She Sailed t-'roin Iknrten and flat
I otiifhi in n Hair.
New York. De - 2—The I.imperl A Holt
Un. steamer Others, Cap* llralthwalte.
which arrived this morning from brazil
ports via 8t Duels, brought Capt. Ha ik
on eon anti fourteen senmeti of the Nor
wegian hark Bolivia, which was aban
done.) at sea 1n a waterlogged condition
on Nov 2.
The tiottvta left Darien Nov. 3b and
sailed from Bapek> on the 3d for Hull.
On the 2*th the vessel ran Into a Rale,
lasting forty-eight hours Hne lals>red
and strained badly, rauslmr her to sprlnr
n bad leak Heavy seas alao hoarded the
vessel, and when the storm subsided she
mas waterlogged. All hands wer. kept
at the pum|s>. hue in sptie of their efforts
the water steadily |Kiured In from the
bows ami stern, where her seoms opened.
On the 3th the steamer (tile rs was ob
served bearing down She stood by while
the crew abandoned Ihe te.tk and took
all hands safely on board The Hollvia
was then seen to be fast settling In the
PROVIDCD li% PHILARTROniTII.
They Viet the iliprii.r of (iatbrrlna
Ihe Twentieth Cantitry l-'und.
rniladelphla. lies- 2 —The committee of
the Oeneral Assembly having In charge
Ihe raising of the Twentieth Century fun I
of the I’resbvterlan Church, state that
the entire expense of the work necessary
to the gathering of this fuel has been
provided for by retrain generous gentle
men. Hverv dollar therefore conlrlbtrted
to special objects or to the general fund
by churches or Individuals will go as di
rected by the donom.
!<■ v Ir Charle* A. Dickey, moderator
cf the f.ener.i! Assembly, has been grant
ed a leave of absence from his dcCes as
one of the trustees of the Presbyterian
Church. In order that he may, at the urg
ent solicitation of the committee, under
take the work of representing the fund
before the church.
WAITISa itllt *VVAVir* TO PREKIB.
Minnesota l.nmhrrmrn Can't Operate
Hecnnse of Worm M cntlier.
Minneapolis, Minn . Dec. 2.-Lumherlng
operations In Minnesota are practically t
a standstill on account of She warm, un
seasonable weather, and unless there shall
be a change at once lumbermen will be
heavy losers this Winter. None of the
swamps are frozen over as yet and log
ging operations cannot l>e conducted with
safety The woods are full of men. ready
to go to work They are being paid Ihe
highest mages that have prevailed f.r
several years Should snow come N-forc
the ground freezes the situation will be.
come more complicated than ever.
co.vni actor sonin dbad.
Henry Itlner Had .lasi Completed
Columbia's City linll.
Columbia. S. C.. Dec. X—Henry Ittner
of Macoii. mho has hcen In Columhla for
ten months, building the city hall and
opera house for his uncle. Nicholas Itt
ner, contractor, of Atlanta, w-as found
and. a.l lie his room this morning. He trad
evidently fallen while disrobing lan night.
Mr. inner had beeu for two weeks ru-h-
Ing work on ihe opera house to complete
It In lime for Ihe Initial performance last
night. Work haa been going on day and
night, the workmen moving off fast nlgnt
to let the actors come on. He attended
the opening performance and then died.
To t onCnee lletmrna To-flay.
Frankfort. Ky.. I>ee. 2 -The State Klee
tton Commissioner*, sitting as a canvass
ing hoard, will meet to-morrow to form
ally canvas* the re’urns of the election.
While there I* no ron e*t. so f,r as
known, the leading pdllloal parlies mill
have representatives present to witness
Death of Bi-tior. Vlrt'lara.
Lebanon. Mo.. Dec. 2.—Ex-Gov. Joseph
W McClurg. aged S8 jrf-ar*. died Here to
day of hemorrhage of Ihe t tomach. lie
mas fleeted Uovernor of Missouri as a
Republican. In I*. and served one term.
He served In Congress from IMS to IStla.
Manila. Dec. *—One thousand more
bn!omen have surrendered to Capt. Green
of the Thirty-third Cnlted State* Infantry
at Vlgnn. Island of Luzon.
Makes Plain Food Rich
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. DECEMBER n, 1000.
It is a good soap.
It is kept by all the leading grocers.
Florida Sofcp Work*,
WILL MKCT IA W tdimim.
\unuul t uutrslinn of Hie W C. T.
I . to oivsnr l'-la>.
Wasnington. Dei 2. About T/yi dela
gates are mi Washington to attend the
twenty-seventh annual convention of the
Women* Christian Temperance Union,
whose regular business sessions begin in
this cit> at the Square Tin liter
to-morrow The indications are that the
convention will be one of the mos; prort -
able in the history of the organisation
One of the most important featuie* of
the coming convention will be n dt*< iieslon
[>ertammg to the adaption of som* sort
of rtaolutioti with referetu* to the canteen
system in the army Mr* Ola M Tnatch
er. national suterlntenlent of the Sol
diers ar>d Sailors Department, who ha
this matter |r hargi will submit h*r
annual rejK*rt Thursday afternoon She
also wdi offer resolution condemning
the army canteen During the past years
Mrs. Thatcher says she has visited all
the army headquarter* and all the sol
diers' homes of the country and examined
the workings f the canteen very thor
oughly. Bht- dc lared there 1* h rentirK
able difference between the old soldier*
at the home at Marlon Ind.. where there
is ho cantesn. and other post*. The men
arc better, both morally ami physically,
Mrs Helen ‘Bulloch, national stiperin
tendent of the sW|al Purity League, and
a delegate to the Women’s Christian Tern
peranct t'nion from New York, delivered
an address to-i ight at the First Presby
terian C hurch on the subject of temper
ance. Bne said the Women's Christian
Temperanre Union now had 300.000 boy*
and girls In It* Royal TempT nc*
gion. and that 3<6.000 fkK> children In the
public schools were receiving temperance
Inat ructions In every st*t*. except
fk!ith Carolina snd Utah she aild the
law* demanded that all public school chil
dren be taugh temperance and ie In
structed on the evils of drink and the
virtues of abetinencc.
CHOW THOM tavil.l.K.
Il©tb of Mr*, tnnlr l.ratrr Thmp
■on MftirHa* Iflrrnoon.
Oh , 2 -*Mn. Annl©
Is©*trr Thompson llr,l ycntrr>Uiv aftor
noon ai the homo of hor laughirr. Mr*.
E. L. Mitchell. In thl* city. Mr*. Thomp
son wa* the mother of Mr*. E. L Mitchell,
MHim* Annie .mi Rhoiu an<l IV.
H and II W. barter.
Thom*evilli* 1© po jvuinr to vote on 'he
qiieetlon of city public' acrhonl*. the le*’*-
leliture hivln*c i aimed the bill author la
in* the ©taction.
In the election ymifnlay for Juetlcc of
the peace John W. 11. Mitchell wo
Mr. an l Mr* Thoma* O'Reilly kwu their
Infant child yesterday.
Thomaevllle ie leßliUilDff to fill up wl h
Phyalelana DotiM l Reins the
Winona. Mint* . Dec. 2.—ln roneequepce
of the outbreak of *m illpox in thl* ity
the lot-al Board of Health ha*, in accord
ance with 'he w!*he* of Dr. Hracketi.
necretary of the fltate Hoard of Ile.ilth.
livued order* lo the atreet ear company
to atop Jt* car* at tne western boundary
of the infected district in order to pre
vent the resident* of that district from
u*tn* he cars, and Ihu* spreadliur the dis
ease The Washington and Kosduiko
achool* were al*o onlered doaed for the
present. The lo>ol physl\ uis ar© unable
to mere© a* to whether the disease |*
really smallpox. A* ye: there have !een
no death* from the disease, although
there are more than 40>) case*.
<•111*0% HID HI HE C APTI HBD.
Miner* In Kentucky 1101 l Him for a
II! it llcwnril.
Ashland. Ky.. Dec. 2.-William Glh*on
who Is charge ! with burning hta 2-year
olt ste|*laughter to tvlth a poker,
i* undoubtedly captured, arxl 1* l* said the
oflV'en* have given up the chase. A mes
sage from Rush. Ky., *>* ha has leen
raptured there, and 1* being held for a
reward Hl* captor* are miner* and hav©
him secreted in the mines. Gov. Beckham
will ofTer a reward of |3W to-morrow,
but hi* captor* will not turn him over
unless the reward Is raised to fI.OUO.
*TAIIBFIA h THE HAC K.
When (ilotniinl Dlsrnpolo H Ar
rested He \% a* %l*o Woandrd.
New York. De-* 2.—To-night Alexamler
Narge. an Italian, was s:abb©i| three time*
in the back and l* dying He ©aid Giovan
ni Dlirspolo had *ommitted the deed The
police went to arrest the latter, and when
they found him. discovered he t>al two
knife wounds, one in the abdomen ami
one In the back. lit* wa* hurried to a
hospital and 1* expected to die. He was
unable to explain hi* wounds, hue the
police ■uppns© Narge 1* nspontible.
CiEV WILSON 1% FHIACO.
Will hemre for Manhlnglnn Tue*ilay
lo aiakr H*port.
Ran Dec. 2.—Brig. Oen.
James 11. Wilson, who arrived here yes
terday from Chlr.a. will leave for Wash
ington Tuesday to report to the War De
partment. Gen. Wilson I* *eompanled
by Lieut. O. 8. Turner, of the Tenth In
fantry. who was on#- of the two Ameri
can military' attaches who accompanied
the Pao Ting Ku expedition. Lieut. Tur
ner says the expedition had a good moral
FI HPT 111 Ll* FIGHT.
A Fiercely Tough! Ilnttl© Tolled OB
In Jusrri Ar*lrrday.
El Taso. Tex.. Dec. 2 —The first bull
light of the fiesta si’aaoti was puded off
In Juare* this afternoon. The huh* were
Just from the mountain range* and fought
fiercely. Two horse* were killed under
the picadores. a*l two men Injured Over
2.00 m American* were present from El
Paao. The fiestas are r.ow in full blast
ami will continue until Dec. 2S.
Another i a*e of Smallpox.
New York. Dec. 2.—Another case of
smallpox was discovered to-night on the
west side of the cHy. where the disease
gtorted. The patient Is a girl of five years
NEW SACRED HEART.
(('ontlnued from First Page.)
• ’hrlst to-day. Consecrate yoursclv to
God and say. from ih* depths of your
hearts. In the language of the bhs-cd
Paul 'Who shall separate mo from the
lave of < 'hrist. ’
The music ta very elaborate and xcrl
lent, lioth at the morning and evening
service* At the latte* service Ittshop
Keiley of Savannah, preached the formal
dedication sernHjii which was hear<l b\
another crowded house, nnd In which ibe
Hlshep his reput allot* as *
pulpit orator The day has been a com
plete success in all Its observance*.
To-morrow morning Cardinal Gibbon*
leaves, with bis attendant'- in his prtv.Mc
car f>r New Orleans, over th* Georgia
Railroad, at A o’clock He will rea-*h At
laiNa ot noon and rctnim ther* until 4
Kit II ORi; REPORTED.
Mny Alliirlat Kep>rts I’rom tb*
tinhl Hunters In the K!ndlke.
Tacoma. Wash.. Dec. 2.—Excellent min
ing rr|iort*continue to conn from Alaska
The richest quarts find yet discovered
Is at Taku Arm. David von Kramer I t
reached Hh.ufwsy with sample* of >re In
whlrh free gdd !>. ver> plentiful lie
say* the letlge 1* eighteen feet wide and
that It contains a streak of wonderfully
rtch ore Two and au*-half ounce* from
this strenk were pounded It a mormr.
yielding nearly 11 fA in gold The owners
declare (hat half a ton of picked ore will
yield over |l2.rt)o.
The cofipsr ore of the White Horse h*
trict I* very rich and there seem* so !*•
no end of It. The belt o far discovered
I* about fourteen miles long h\ tu mile*
wide, and equally rch ore I* found In all
parts of th- lelt. The assays run a* high
*72 |>er cent op|er, In gold ami four
t**en to fifteen ounce* 1n silver He vara I
mine*, including the <V>f*fer King am:
War Eagle, will ship ore this wlnte .
sending it by sle.ghs to the rallroa I
The official report of the Treadwell
mine at Juneau for the year ending May
21 shows that during the year ,V,7.*.i&: tons
of or** were mined and bullion was sold
to the amount of SI.I.M.'MK. or an average
on the ore erushe I of 32.4W7 per ton. The
year’s working profit was prn PV and four
dividend* were f*nid for the year amount
ing to SSflh.ono. or and per .*ent upon the
capitl stock, the average was a trifle over
3ft cents on the top The ore now In sight
Is estimated at over 4.otn.< ton*.
A letter from Uook Inlet state* that the
richest placer* known tn that district wrere
found last month Jack Hutton took from
hi* Canyon creek claim gravel giving 1P
p r pan Two other men working lay o*t
Lynx or* ♦ k cut through bar averaging
l?* per day fa r man. In two w* eka they
took out about Si.sss> worth of god Thee#
strikes hav< caused great excitement
Two week* * mining oi*eratior,s in th
district were su*|ter.ted fvr the winter X
rich strike ha* leen made mi th*- Monte
• "arfo Index district. Washington At n
depth of thirty feet the tunnel encounter* !
n vein of gray copper yielding value* of
nearly SIOO per ton In gold and silver.
MEETING OF I limit MEN.
Amerlravt Feilrration Conference to
Con% ear There Next Thurodny.
Izoulsvllle. Tn*\ 2.—The twentieth an
nual conference of th© American Feder
a (lon of loiiior. which will convene *
thl* eWy on Thursday, !>©’ ♦. will bring
t<*geth©r some of the leading lal>or men
of th© world. Delegate* front KngUtno
have already arrived Every state in the
Fnlon which has organized labor will
send delegates and it Is expected that
| between 200 and as* member* will be In
Samuel Gomper*. president of th©
American Federation of loil>or. and Pres
ident Mitchell of the United Mine Work
ers will ott*nd. as well a* P J. McGuire,
president of the Carpenters’ Union of Chi
cago, James Duncan, sec ond vl< presi
dent of the Stonecutter* Union of |to>ton,
James O’Connor, third vice president of
the International Association of Ms- ISr.-
|*ta; Thoms* J. Kidd of Chicago, preei
dent of the Woodworker*; Mix Morris o;
Denver, secretary of the Salesmen’* Un
ion; John R Lennon, of Bloom ngton, 111 .
of the National Tnlk*r*‘ Union, and other
well known labor leader*.
The Louisville Central loibor Union anti
Kentucky Btata Federation of Labor are
miking extensive preparations to enter
tain tha visiting delegate* and numerous
emokcr* will bo given In their honor
Tha convention will be call'd (o ©rd. r
at Music Hail Thur**i.ay ntoriftng. an<l the
welcoming address will I** dallvcrtx) by
Wllllnm lllggln*. It is expected that
President Samuel Gomper* will make the
response The convention will be in ses
sion nln© *lays and on the final day there
will he an election of officers. It Is
thought Mr. Gomper* will b© re-elected
president of the organization, hut probably
there will be change- In the other officer*.
II *ft nl*ir Passenger Train Service lo
n>rli-< ourt Conviction*.
Tallahassee. Fla . Dec. Regular pas
senger train service has bran established
on th>- Tallahassee Southeastern Railroad
to W#cl**3. Work i- rapidly progri ouung
on this pew linr. and Mr. Bniwi: hoirn*
to havr It in oirrailoi ns far us Peroy,
Taylor rouniy. by Kt>b. 1.
A* anotbai evidence of thr amoral pros
' i>rrlty prrvailum in Tallahassee iw Serbs
of stock in inr I-eon County HulM.uk Ar
social lon hnvr t.rm matured. and book*
havr been optird for a third series,
which lr being rapidly taken
Korn Bril, chant'd with assault with
Itilent to murder, m tried and convicted
f>he wae eniettcel to twelve mntitha in
the Leon CHinty fall.
The following parties, convicted of lar
eeny, were sentenced by Judge Malone to
; slate prison Joe Donaldson, five years;
B.afford Hesse ami Chas. Thurman, each
In Italian llnilly Wounded.
New York. Dec. I—Houle Cramanorn, an
Italian laborer, we* shot twice to-nicht
In the sailed! of Siephano Cuporotno. The
wounds are very serious, and It Is thought
the man will not live. Antonio Zurgo
was arrested He had a had rigor slush
In the back, and was sent to the hospital.
—Richard (I Moulton, professor of Knit*
llah literature at the University of Chi
cago. la mentioned, among others, as Hie
neat prevalent of Northwestern Uuiver
A MONUMENT TO BARTOW.
sum iit hi: mi dri.4l i\ hurt-
IM. OM .
The 4 antrrn l|nrtloia—Tkr roaliton
\\ heeler I t*r In Kespeet (o
It —• lag* *inl Picture* fir Ycliwolt.
*tn*4* HrtMSrks no tel. laatos'i
IlcsigiiatWiti—\\ liy They %re \*t
\nionu tin* Itanuhtcrn of the llrxn.
luimiii—4l||icr xiatlcrs of tienrrat
Fine Urest Villa. Matt la ml. Fla. Dec 1.
I am glid to see that Gen Jose;*h
Wholer. In his New York Hunday al
- <! lor sad ai) vie wi (amt (bow cf
t‘fl Morning Newsi on the *rni) utUm>
questhn I have beet* a Jealous prohi
bitionist ail tm lift, nut not a "crank
n the Mthjf i A* . military mat. I kn*wr
the super lot l*y of the i antreti to n In
-id** sutler's stor* or outside barroom*,
and when th** temperance jeopie high and
•*w attnckd I*ieident McKinley nr*l Ms
■ anteen. 1 sltnplv asked them what better
P .in the\ A- Gen Wheeler
they offer nothing better If the
oionel of the regiment, as was the a<
with fhe Hecoml Georgia Infantry In th**
Uttban campaign, seew fit to appdnt a
no'eru us sal-n k<per to run the can
<*n does thut sh*w that the canteen It
self I* to Idun •
ier< the t*-mterancc workers In this
mutter go to the r*ot of the evil and re
l*ort every colonel, regular or volunteer,
woo give* the control of hi* can:ei to a
•arke*per or ikjuor dealer I.et them *•**
t it that sober, r**hat>.- men are nt fhe
.*.! of the Canteens, aiwl that they are
uiale. ns tntervied. u er -ft? .(int no a
ur** t< the soMlsrs They ore intended
• i.e the former, t. restrain the men in
fhir *ltinkii'g habits anl to gixe all the
profit*, of the canteen ;o the lompanv
fund, and not t-a sutler or saloon keeper
The navy ;* referred to as <ompares| to
f- irrm, to show how mu*'h better off
sailors are than the so.dn-r* Well. *:
houkl smi.e." About the nrs: thing the
oilor .t.H i*. m man> I'aee*. is to g.*t "blind
trunk * soon is h** woes ae or*“ And
i* *Mler would k> the same were he
• ut up on th*- water arid kept away from
i*|tior for month* at a time
• • • •
Th. r ~i> linn) rr.non. *hy no .l-tay
!*>,i|.i Ik- hml in .r. tlnif n monnm-nt
tn thi m,morv of On KrnnH, H n.rtoK
<’ H A lie t-.rly r,lt it.Mi high civil
Mnnnrv to I.hil hi. rompHnV .(r.lnm thr
l!l ..f Gov. Brown. Into Hut *rt on of
the Hnutli where titflittn. wu, ,ur. to t>e
immedl.tc If n. .11 ltl,l to th- .• .m
--•n (n<l of hi* re.linent niwt then of .1 bn.
•I'lc. he ni-t j|i the it-mnn.ln upon him like
:h.* tru- |wrrto( en.t hrnvc milliter thet he
***• ntnonr the flret to fall in ,|.
fi-ii.n of th- (Vnfe<lcrncy waa th a b-tl
liant. irallant Oa r* Inn. If I undr at an I
It rltthtly. he commutele<l a hrtgail- form
-1 for him and ha vine no other i otntnani.
••r In -hi, raae ha rhotild live In n || hi.
tori -official or ofh.rwla. • Gen. Bar.
tow Kal-reabl-nt J-fT.-rwon Da via nnd
■x Bacreiarj of War 1., Wnik<r
wrr*r- me to title efT- -t. n-d only In ri'K.tri]
to -m Bartow lait all colonel, command
Inr t.rlrade. <f th-lr own (with no
ommatibr alrk or al-*.o ti who fell la
Itattlc or hnally aiirrcndeted. lo th- I-rdon
forcea Gen Bartow la Ilia |u-i> er tank
The Bentlnel-Keporter of orlandv Fla
I "fern to Ihe noble work of ihe Youth*
’ompankn of Mass, in furnla.i
*ng flags and picture* to jrtiblir schooji
-specially It* recent ,ffer of one hundred
dig* for kept ground* and **hoo]
• Mi-..* on line of the 8- %it*>ar.| Railrood.
’ n d says it wishes Orange county could g©.
ttf the*© flag* Well. *©v©ral year*
ig. and recently, th© Youth's companion
ha* sent fl.igt* and picture* into Florida,
md weverai ar© now tn Orange (outitv,
>n© being in Orlando special a*i.
t.. the ('emmender-In-chief rf the Grand
vn\ of the Republic, in charg© of mili
tary Instruction and patriotism jn th© pun
li< * hoots of FlnrMa where ihe Unlt*d
*onfe.erar© Veteranv and Grand Army of
lie Republic unfurled the public nthofl!
fl i went to Ranford 1 wis chosen ©
(©liver ih* address for the flag* and pic
* n h©ur wlttwsas that It wi
ar inspiring occasion Th Youth’* Uom
l*mdoii has a plan to furnish a flig and
Picture* to ©very school house tn the land
1 am truly glad Gen. Wheeler ha* ©(
!m. although rather late set <’ot Root©
v©N rght about his remark timi ’‘lit* n
Wheeler Is with us ’* lie did not stan
that Wheeler would vote for McKinley.
f.d Roosevelt, but that at heart he wan In
aymimthy t os I was. and tls>u*ands of
life-long, sound Democrats, with the Mc-
Kinley side of the contest. I spent nearly
a week with Gen Wheeler In ('hlcggo. be
ft r© Die ©ledton. mw| I know that he f©!t
sure of M' Klnley s elect loti )|> had pr©.
and * td ltK)N* \©lt's rvominatlon anl election
s* Governor of New York, and also a*
\ Ice I 'resident "There nre no file* on
Gei. Wheeler." aval While h© recognise*
hi* *..rty obligations, he allows hi* pa
triotism lo rise above party policy This
ration as I have so often said. Is not only
bv fore© of circumstances a warlike pro
ps©. hut It Is a republic of iiatrlotk* men.
North and Houth, whose love for their
country *nd It* flag overtops all minor
The resignation of Col. Alexander R
loiwlon of the First Georgia K©gtm*ni Is
mo*! deeply to be regretted by all lovers
of Ha\ mnsh’s tim©-)>nnor©d and excellent
mllltar\ organisations He hear* n name
Illustrious In Georgia history, civil and
mllltarv. and father and son had com
m inded for years ihi* regiment And an
other West Pointer. e.irßer than Gen.
I-awton, had given hi* service* to the
Georgia Ilusfirs. with whliAi th© name of
Pol William W Gordon and Gen Will
iam W. tJordon, and Capt. William W.
Gordon, grandfather, father and ©on, have
so long and so honorably been conflicted
!• is sad to see the names of Gordon ami
Lawton ami Mercer, and .Anderson and
Huron and Bunch and other brave nd
zealous veteran* disappear from the ac
tive ind go on lo* the retired list of Sa
vannah'* most distinguished military offi
cent. WHh all hei ancient command* and
her inter organization*, umurparsed In
any Bout hern city, Savannah has never
hern property treatnl by the state she
• •••• •••
Mrs. Robert Rmory Pa©k. of Aflanta,
th* regent of th© Daughter* of th© Amen
cin Revolution of Georgia, .n her admira
ble annual oldr©**. coll* attention to the
fact that there* are many worthy women
in the state Who should (*• In tliil organ
’ PiltS 1
Sick headache. Food doesn’t di
gest well, appetite poor, bowel* con
stipated, tonaue coated. li’a your
liver I Ayer a Pill* are liver pill*,
easy and aafe. They cure dyapep
aia, biliousnets. 25c. All Drug* l * l *-
Nam four iiioaotaz-n* ®r *•*© a taautlfai
brown or rleh Mark * Then um
BUCKINGHAM'S DIE whiit3„
■* %'X Buffalo
y u/J 'g ' Springs Nos* I and 2
ifl 11 In Fevers-Mala-
ABlff and Atypical Ty
f phoid. Uric Acid
ol Women, etc.
DR JOHN IIURIIKRT CLAIRORNE Ex-PresMleiit M*-u. ai HortsSy >f Vir
ginia IVfersburg \‘ referring to Hprtng No 1
u.e I Buffalo Lithiawater r T ;
MAI.AIUAI and ATYl’lt'Al. TYI-HOID ll la yrat-fttl to th, l-atiant. . d.tllv*
and refrlfterwnt. and an active ellinlnent of the matarl-a mono through the akin
and kkltt-v a a, att\ on. familiar tatth Ita charti *t-r ntlxht t a*. . Iv -xtwrt.
II ba been long ootetl for It* firKCtPlf* KPFEt'T n-ON M AI. Alt IAI. THOI'IIMS.
I -ni to h. Si ting, i wre-k from ntlacka of MTHKMIA in.l 11 • • dtink-
Itig the watet 81-RING N( I f.tr narnth, I waa entire;, i eatored and whenever
I fear a return of in> old malad,. I re-.irt to fhe w .iter at *I .nt . i t. . .-.I It inn
MOOT KKMAlthAlll.lt: XVATKB IN MANY RBSI’KCTS It waw uw.l during mv
earlleat n. otle. tl.m for diaena. . I*E( 'I *l.l Alt Tt> WOMEN. AND IIS KKAToRa-
TIVK IHWKK WAB CONHIDERKD MARVKWH’S"
DR N C I.h:\VIH. Hurgeon. Kouthern lt.illwa, *o.. I.rwren-eville. Xa , refer
ring to H.>ring No 2
found It u moat \ rI i it.', adjunct lo the rreatnirnt nf the,., dlx-aai v
-Added lo It, We.| known eliminative |*o- r through Hr. 'kit and kidto ~ .at.
Tying oft through lhe- -muiu tortea .ff-t. and noxlou* matter from thr jalerii. w
dlls two other lmi>orl.int In.li.atlona. rlt
"let It ha, II \ .r\ happ> effect on the dlgeaftv- aygfetn. Ul I.IEVINti NAI Sr.A
and PROMOTING DMRHTIoN AND ABHIMII.ATB tN
•Id It la n de ded TfNlf SEDATIVE To THE NEItXoI'S SYSTEM rehev-
Ing to n morki.l degree the dlatreadng (rain o( nervou* ->m|itom, eo alarming
and frotent In IhD fevet
"With tlieee . omhlnetl efTi-ct. I ant .atlefleil rhat It ha-* n nt, ha' ! le ver> mticti
reduced the niortaliiv m then- dlaeaaea It ahould be drunk freely to thr egeluaton
of othef waterf."
Kuß.tlo l.lthla Water,, larth Springe I and 2. are I*O\VKRFt'U.Y NERVB
TON If and RKBTORATIVK No 1 nlao a POTENT BI.OOD TONI*' and la a
remedy of EXTRAORDINARY POTENCY in NRKYQt'H INDIGKHTIo.N with t
train of Jra(realtig aymptoni.. and In AI.I. CASKS when then I- POVERTY or
DEFICIENCY of THE BI.OOD. or WHERE NKRVOCS DKPHCSSION or EX
HAI’STION • a prominent symptom, No I Is to he perfnrred. In the absence of
the Indication here given. No, 2 is lo be preferred
Buffalo Lithia Water la fbr Ml* by Grocer* and f>rugKt*t* |(>iirally.
TcfttiiuonuiU which defy *ll imputation or ijugstion* *ent to mny mu\rcm.
PROPRIETOR, BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS. VIRGINII.
iratlon, but are too |wnr to pay th© due*
Now. this l Just th© troftble other simi
lar organisations have u* cfUitcml wl’h;
lovrty on tle put of really worthy ieo
1 4© who ar* fully entitled to membership
in the U C V . the G A It . th© U D. H .
the W R U , nn<l other old soldier and
women's auxiliary societies. The D A R
must *<t >pt the G A It plan, they should
• all upon th© ri h members to pay the
dues of those (Ai poor to do so few them
helve* If patrlollsm Is worth anythin*.
K t* worth enough to give warth> poc*r
mm and women th© enJo\m©nt and l*na
nt* of h illy latrlotlc organisations
E \A Ktfislsy Tost, G A It of IWs
-•on. Mas*., has again tried to fool the
jaiblic into the belief that G©n Jo© Wheel
r I* mi • Honorary Member" of that or
ganization. having given him t reception
a* such only r* 'iitlv More than a year
ago when Gen Wheeler delivered n M
morlal Day ad*lres* for that |*t, I called
attention to the fact that there can h©
no honorary membership* In the Grand
Army of die Republic, not even of men
nlio fought In the Unkm army, much lee*
of Confederate soodlers. My oB frl*nl
Gen Wheeler I* entitled to ill the good
iMngH that Kinsley Post can give h.m
legitimately; hut honorary m©mter*blp is
not one of that kind Thai |olnt w•*
settled year© ago. when a New Jersey G
A H l*ost trial to make Gen Joseph L
Jo.'uistori mi honornry m*iii'm r
• • * • • • •
Being a member of oh© of the very old
est Baptist churches In America over Iso
hundred years Ihe First Ylaptlsl, of Com.
inonwealth avenue. Ih**t n. Ms**.—l have
read with much Interest the centennial
pnx'eedlng* of th© Savannah Baptist
Church But I wa* more Interested Ih--
cause of the presence of Rev. Dr. R J.
Wl lingham an*l Rev lr W W l*n
drutn, two of Georgia's and ablest
youftg divine*. Years ago I used lo be a
regular al(enlant ujkmi ihe commen* •
m©nt exercise* of the University of Geor
gia. and well do I remember lh© grand
'feast ©f reason" we had there In 1*73,
when Hon. A H Htsphens and Bishop
Georg© F. Plrrcs delivered the addr©*se*.
and Rev Dr J Dixon, then of Augunia,
preached th Y M <*. A sermon, and K
J. Willingham, of Macon, graduated.
There were several talented young men
In th© class, but not one that presented
so many notd© and sterling (pialltl©* a*
Willing bum. whoa© oration was entitled
“OHMiltlon to New Idea*" When he
cam© forward to receive the gold medal
ior mathematics, the degree of master
of arts, and "proficlant" In nearly ; doz
en si tidies, he was greeted with heart)
and pridonged applause I was seated on
the platform between a very Illustrious
Georgia soldier and a distinguished Geor.
gi t NUt-itm ••• and Jurist, and lack of
me was th© father of young Willingham
When the general and the Judge turned
to him and congratulated him on his son's
splendid su©©©*., he sensible father sim
ply replied. "But beßor than all this, h©
Is a sincere Christian young man ' To
this the Judge refilled. "I would rather
have that com© tater." Alas' i*oor man.
eminent and honored hlms©lf, his son. a
brJllard graduate, had hack-lldd'n and
"gone to <©strurtion."
The Morning News sketch of the First
Baptist Church refers to Rev. Dr. Bvl
canus lomdrum’s first sermon to the sol
•kei * of Gen doer man’s army after tnev
• ntered H iv.mii ii 111* eon, R**v. W. W.
Landrum of Atlanta, (it . h.- rnos( ten
d*riy and touchingly dexcrP*e*l that s ©ne
as he. then u boy, wltm seed |t. and nls
irlout© to tha Christian Union army sol
dier** present Is Indeed t©utifu!. and
shows how b]e**©| |s "the ti© that hinda
our hearts In Christian love " This elo
quent and abl© young preacher |s a worthy
tlesM-endant of a* noble a hero and devoted
< hr is Man soldier a* ever lived, who went
to his death In th© Memphis yellow fever
epidemic full of the warm, unselfish lovs
of God and Ids f©ilowm©n that character
ized ha* long md useful <areer.
Although In past year* I have shared
♦h© honor* bestow©*l uj*n military heroes
—but against my earnest protest—l have
always contended th if w©. as t innidlo
oral a nation. !o not |ruf>erly o:pre. iat
lit© hero** and martyrs of Peace Ad
mitting that war Is a ii©c©s*lty. and that
brave men are required to face th© deadly
cannon. th© bristling bayonet, the hall
of bulleZs. and the glittering sabre, not
to speak of the hardship* of the camp
and th© march, there are peaceful pur
suits In which men and women prove
themselv©* greater heroes and heroine*
than w©re ever ***©n In warlike operation*.
How well I remember standing In the
middle of Whitaker street In Hwvan
nuh n©ar Palmer's hardware store, and
looking ©ast, west, north ml south, hut
could not see a living thing on any street,
and that. too. in the middle of the day.
Him It was • luring the last yellow fever
epidemic, and I stood there In that sol
emn and deathlike stillness, holding th©
hand, feeble and trembling, of na grand
a hero as war can produce.
The Rev. Dr. E. U. My era* educator,
|waM aiat preacher, but better than all. a
true-hearted Uhrlltlan had voluntarily
coma home to lit* MetnodHu t'Tiurch l R -
vanniih. from an official visit to the North,
b* care for. comfort in sickness and bury
In death, any of th© Vl’tlm* of the pesti
lence net-ding his services, although hlin
se.f not strong m health A I held his
tienihHng hand in mine. I *akl, "My de*r
doctor, you ought not to b© her©, for you
ar© 100 weak lo stand the strain rw| ©*•
|MMuir© of such trying rntnlsfrations." Hl*
prompt reply, ©ipial to that of any dvlttg
hero mi th© hfttlefiebl wa* "Hut 1 mud
d> mv duty I must stay with mv suffer
ing people ’* And even then, dear soa| #
the shadow of death wa- over him. and,
bk© g>*s| oWI Dr. Luwlmni he sacrificed
on a day or twol. hi* Ilf© for hi* fel.ots
nen. Ah! me. th© fonitud© and hofotsm
of such metl sbaim * us war heroes.
TABLES ARE TO TURN.
I*sfrr Patrlrk Declares HU Ae
easers Fnrm a Plot | OH
It rail fli.
New York. Dec. 2.—lnstead of being tha
head and front of a conspiracy to obtain
jMM*f-s|n of th© ©state of William Marsh
Rice, th© Texas millionaire, Alltert T.
Tat rick, the lawyer confined in the Tombs
cn the charge of forgery, ha* declared ho
will he ab> to prtwe that his arrest oisl
all th© subsequent stories *fT**tlng hta
character. r© part and parcel of a plot
on th© part of others to gain control of
real estate and wealth.
Through his attorn©)-*, IzOggj), I>©mond
sn.l llarhy, Patrick says that when tha
first will of th© o| I nutn Is offered for pro.
late on Thursday, many startling fact.*
will l>© presented and that th© tables will
be turned on his accusers. It will be i<sn-
Rruled that th© will executed In MM had
attached to It two signatures of wttn©**©*,
both written by one hand It will not be
charg©*! that th© signature wa* a forgery,
but that th© signature of on*
of th© witnesses was and this
will h© th© I hi*!* for th© revelation* that
ar© to follow There will l>e no at tempt
to oppose the probate of the first vrlll on
the ground of undue Influence, hut on tha
ground of forgery and fraud If Patrick’*
lawyer* can prove th*t the will mad© In
| in any way fraudulent It will clear
the way for them to prove th* aeeotMl will
•o le genuine.
This they a**-ert they can do This Is
the first intimation that the validity of
the first will whs to bw
attacked, and Mr llarhy. who la
the chief of Patrick's advisers,
says If fraud Is established It will dis
credit those who arc fighting th© will of
last June, which mokes Patrick the chief
beneficiary'. No mitter which will is de
clared to te genuine, however, the litiga
tion will le long
t issrs In llnslnes*.
From Ihe New York Press.
If there is any excuse for smoking and
drinking It Ur* In the amount of Increas
l business done by (he user* of tohaceo
and liquor It is well known that some
mm are failures ms aaica agentr unleea
morleralsly In their cup* and puffing away
at a cigar. Wish pure malice all such
keep |n ihelr desks boxes of One . lgtrs,
Willi arhlch they literally blackmail cus
tomers. und there la nlw iys a bar handy
where the smoke may le reinforced by
something In the shape of a cold tmile.
I have In mind n firm consist ivg of four
equal partners, three of whom are moral
ly op|aed to these manly vices, while tha
fourth la n Arm and practical believer In
both. He It I* who keeps the Arm alive.
He It I* who veil* all the goods He II
I* who Is naked for when a stringer drops
In to look around.
There la such a thing n carrying Indul
gence too far. and we do not propane Its
encourage that My acquaintance pays
C:n a thousand fir the cigars with which
he entertain* cu*t mers, and hla standing
tt. ii 1s . pW of hampagn* kept frigid
for him at the bar he patronise*. A hun
n* acquaintance drop* In. "How in
you' Jum happened lo be in the neighbor*
hood and thought Id come In and take a
smoke whh ynsi ” A chat on grnerat
subject* follows, with no mention of hua-
Ineas Two 22-COSlt twhole*a|ei elgnn ara
smoked. "Before you go why not step
• round to 80-and-ao's and hve lust a sip
of wine'" "With pleasure.” Ov*r the bot
tle they disc tins football, automobiles, the
ft nolle** Five, and weather, the next clay
plgeoo shoot tst Interstate Park. Jack
Wright and his threatened competition at
the ground* of the Brooklyn <lun Club,
ducking on the Smith Shore etc. At the
corner they part. "By the way, old fellow,
a* a last word, "we are nearly out of
soon a* you can get In the order Ciood
by." The merchant make* a mental note—
"two cigars, M cents: pirn of wine, tt TS;
total, ait. Sale, 6,00 u pounds , RWB,"