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M’GOVERN A WINNER
h>OCKKOO\M or BNLTIMOHE OFT
IN TW O KOI \DV
the crowd was disgusted.
. MVlUii n lll*T OA> HADE A 08-1
1 nu ll *TK PARK OF IT.
McGovern Srrnicd l Knock linn
Iroaail Ihr Hina >n<! Knock Hint
lionn nt A\ lll—Klein Will Rot Win
,1,,. Mnllltnorc Man Any Friends,
lit. Hod An Eai'atna to OOrr—*lr
l.ntern In Ann l.lgbt AVeight
nail a. Chicago. Per. 13-Terry
la note th, undisputed light
noiiht .tnsmpM,,, of th* world. 11*'
, ,-g-d oul Jo* Gans In the second
•nr' put *>P * very poor exhibition and
* r-'er in Ihr name at any Mage. Mr.
, ern ••artel rushing him at the .our I
• he goes and never le up until Hans
war iuiit*<l out. He never delivered an
,1* ive blow during the tight, and lot a
<n of hi* reputation he made a tight
. me i will gain him no friends among lov
• of iriie eport in Ihe ring.
• >eße Wlcr, tlio veteran referee. who
I In the ring, anld, after Uans had
* ... taken to hie corner:
,h e put up a very poor fight. That a
I have to tjy."
'I ejovern put up a clean, fart tight
■ m Mart to Snlati and la entitled to all
•he credit of a Victory. He fought hard
• fast, hie Mows went home freight
the mark and If the ftgnt la to be cried
'• at oil It 1* on account of the mit>-
. tb. showing made hy Uanr.
1 • . Ing the tirai round he never attempt
ed to mix It Ho never made an effort
a hta left counter, for which he Is
famous. and did nothing but hark
o n with a scared look on his face. In
or.d round he attempted to light a
• • at tho opening, but soon r.-soried to
1..< kw.ird march, attempting no re
n blow* and muk.ng no effort to Mock
>ot ones which McGovern sent In on
mouth and face.
As If He Were a flag 'lan.
\ t i?a* rolled dovrn on th© (l<*#r
$ iinl again aft©r e very rush M■-
• 'i mail*'. h lookel around with .1
t >k • xrrenalon as though h© had no
,*t i whether H wu* part of tho prn©©©*!-
r r for him to ris© or r©main wh©r©
1 * On the la*'. kno*k down h© win
*■ * i. k for ns aeronde, r*ll©s over
I ft*** ros© t* his l©ft kn©© nr.J
oin©*l in that position until Siler t,>-
I*l him on the shouUi* r toiling him
v *t fifth! wa<* over nixl t ,; h- was
ll* lift**fl and was a hi* to
* * tn (• f*M*hle manner to bh corner.
A 'l'Govsrn. smiling en-1 waxing his
1 turned toward hi* corner, hr* was
. ;• m the arm* v( hi- mu lager
m l < ■ otitis and mrrlol bolllv to his
ln an instant th© ring was throng
* * with wildly t’bterliif McGovern a*lh©r
who jrvtther#*! arottn l the Krooklyn
corner and cheered him again uml
Mt'CJovem, tMtiting a llttl© from
\* 1 lions, l*it wHh no of any
* 1 started to put on hie clothes.
11* only hit me otic©.** said McGovern,
od that w.ih in the first minute of the
•and. !!♦• i*ok©*l his left into m>
f :•) good and hard, but I knew 1 had
him .tfi the next mdunißc."
*;it.-s had no Ix< us* s to offer for his
k dtf*.it. Ili second, however, said
•at he was overtrained and that his
s* ni3* li had be© it bal nil dsty.
• ’rr|Mi m lion* lor the Ft it lit.
Therft wm* a long delay after the pre
h unary tights in or*ler that the ring
■ ant l>e spread with fr**h canvas and
* picturrmaking tlrvhe set In operation.
•* mu-■ was Ut up hy sixty-eight are
i *rhts and four enormous nil*' tors, the
v. ah. giving candle-power of 300,000. IV
©’•'© the great haul generate*! by the
lamps th* hall was tin omfortalHy cold,
ie windows and doors having been o|©n
-4 i on hi sides to permit the hr* can to Mow
oiigh ami the l&.ftio peopk, the largest
Miron* ever assembled nt Tattersall**
vi-red an 1 st imtxjd their feet before
t * fighters made thedr appearance.
iwnny Dougherty entered the ring flf
ifen minutes I*©for© McGovern to lIOM
down tho chair in the corner tn which Mc-
Govern ha# <*!wny> sat during hi:* fight*
i Chicago. When MGovern apt*o4red he
"■ greeted with wild cheers from the
g-i'.it crowd, a much milder rareptlon be
li'R given to Guns, who entered the ring
. t hefors him. In McGovern's corner
was Pam Harris. Danny Dougherty. Jack
Dorm hue and Gharle* Muyhood. With
'•an# were A1 Herford. Harry Forte#.
Henry Lyons and Bam Boian
T • re were numerous stories last night
anil to-day tha the light was fixed for
A! Govern !o win fthd tlie lotting
in that direction during the last
*wenfv-four hours. Weilnee*lay night It
1 to that McGovern would stay
limit. Just prior to the fight ft wu*
money that Gan- would he knocked
The Fight l*> Mounds.
Bound One—McGovern led with left He
h*i Gant to th* pounding him
cry hard on the ,rih* with left. McOov
‘ mlr>ed right and lef- jifcGovern sent
Gns hack with m left to Jwa Gans a*t
• on the defensive. M. Govern, Unding
cht arvi |. f m ril*. (ions uppercut ting
"' r r the heait #ns puf right and left
'* fa*e. McGovern put left and right 10
Jaw. sending Gana staggering with
and left, f .bowing him up rjoaely
H 'lh right and left >| Govern sent Ofttta
• rope# with right and left Gans wa
n.? y floored with left to face Gan#
**' knocked down with left to jaw ftp
*• ihr* count of seven. Gans was knocked
again a second lifter the bed rung
*us taken to his corner In a groggy
'•ndltiun. No claim of foul made by
Hound Two. M< Govern 1 in*led left to
f • knocking G ins to the floor. MoGov
! landel right to Jaw Misgovern land
* I light to ear and left to mouth.
M * Mwrn landed two lefts to !he fa'e
1 ' was kiiox ked down with a right to
cr j.,w. taking the full count. The min
“’e h*' was up McGovern rushed. kno*k
i" him down again. Uum was kno* kei
again. Gans w#n kno*ker| again
u,, h a right to tha jaw. (laps was
kno Red nut.
Mu r ilie fight, which wa- under strict
v *an#berry rule: there wer* mam vig
cj„ cxpr*esk> of tlissatiefsetion
* r nong the crowd 11 being openly rw**aru*d
* many that Gans made a deliberate
fake of hi# fight.
It is a good soap.
It is kept by all the leading grocers.
Florida "oap Works,
DREYFUS AFFAIR AGAIN.
Mr%rrr I h.ran Aln.tr tn tbr Frrnrh
< hnmbrr burin. Hrhi.tr on Am
nr.t,- Hill \\ lilrh f*n.nr.l
Paria, Dr '. M— In Ihr rhimlwr of l). 'l
tm lollay thr ft rat pji.igrnph of thr am
n.-|y Mil. which drain with c i r ari.ln.,
out of t|i Drryfu* affair, wnn j>l p'n|
by a voir of 539. nsalnnl 3H .An amrnd
tnrnt rxrludlnif cart, of r.plonattr and
irrifon from Ui trraty tu adoptrd by a
voir of >l, asofoat
Thr \otliu: wa* fw-erdri by a lively ir
haie cron ins out of a aorl of imllclraetit
pr.aio.in. rd by M Kmr.t Jo..ph Ht.-'on.
HocUll.t, apiln.t KMorhezy. llrnrv and
I>u Faty Je I'lim, who. h.. raiid, w u tho
L’raplte lb* approval of >1 Taul Pr
channel. prr,i4rni of ihr Chamber M Bre
ton procrede.l to denounce the various
minl.tera of war who had refui-ed revis
ion—Oene. (Jona* drßoifdrffrr Mrrcter
and Billot, ar.d to acruar Oeu Billot aiut
M M.lloe. former prrmtrr. with having
been ,'ogi.laar.t • f I—l r.jt Col Henry a
forcer)', r.otwlt:—lauding their denial.
M. Atelinr. rrplvlns. prole.te<t j,,lns(
tha r)targe a.-.d -eld rhal under hi, m.n
latry no new focta came to light to Jw.
.\l Brlaron. former premier, raid that
when he no apprtae.l of the fact* of tho
Henry forgery, tie Je. Med that rev I, 100
wax iwceaaary, awi he. honored him,elf
for thla decision. (Cheers.)
,\l. Mellno denle.l that tfen. Diilot hat
protected Ketcihazy or was aaare of
M Lucler. Mllleioye. Republican Na
ttonallM oppoaed any amnesty which ex
cluded thoee persone who were defend .lit*
in the pro i-edlngi. before Ih.’ rt.*n..ie rlt
tlUK a* the high coutl M. AAaldecK-
Ronhiotau. premier, retorted
"The chamber ha* already refused am
nesty to those persons. As to the Drey
fua offatr, the chamber ha* manifested i
desire that it should he forever buried.
The government now look* to the future
and present* thla measure |u order to
prevent a renewal of discord. I ask the
chamber io put an end to fatal divisions
In the country hy voting ihe amnesty.”
The vote* were then taken.
REI'EHIIEO 111 THE Till ATEBA.
I.iveatfaatlon of the *ti..lenla* Revolt
Tii*eak>oa. Ala.. Pc-. 13—The 111 vest i
gntton hy the faculty of the I nlversliy „f
Alabama Into the revolt of the students
whs finished to-day and the nutter re
ferred to the trustees.
Tha meeting w* called to Investigate
:he choree made by the HU> - that Com
mandant AVert was too severe, but the
students who were called io testify, in
stead of availing their superior officer,
brought charges. It I* alleged, again*i Ihe
president. and asked for hta removal.
J. K. Webb of Birmingham and T. C.
McClellan of Ath< ns. members of the Kx
ecutivc Committee of the Hoard of Trua
sees. are here. The other member of Ihe
Kxmutiva Commiti.-e, Itaniel Pratt. I tu
Floral., and cannot reach tv re. All the
members of Ihe Hoard of Trustee* have
been requested to come to Tuscaloosa to
confer with the numler* of the Execu
tive Committee n.w here.
AAII.I. HEAIDIIK THE fKHA ICB.
fast Alntl Krotn Allnntn to Atonl
(OSirry by AAn* of Huron.
Wsshtncton. Dec. li.-H.prasenUtlva
Or Mg' ha, succeeded •<* ttonvlnoliy* Ihe
poslofflee aiuhorlilew or the necesalty of
restoring the full mall car service to run
from Atlanta to Montgomery by way of
This sertlce wa* put on some time ago
and afterwards discontinued. Itepresenta.
live Griggs received numerous request*
for the rewloraslon of this service and
he presented me aubtaet before tbs Sec
ond Asst*lant Hosimastac General so
forcibly that ihe mail service between
these points will enjoy ailequeie facili
ties In Ihe fillure.
*EW TIIKUt WITH KMiUMI.
II I* n Inirnilntml In tlte Present
W.shiiigton. JI—A treaty has h**n
concluded he I tvoeti the Vnlted Slam' ant
tirrat Britain amendatory of the existing
extradition iraaty. Tlt chief Hem Is a pro
vision r|assif*tnr a a i ctini* sub)e. t to
extradition ih* obtaining of money unVr
fa I ** fireterne-
At present the Imat) make* exlr . Mlon
ahle the reception of money obtained un
der falee preleneee. and. on account of
the. omls'ion of the print l[l in the crime,
constituting a manifest ab.urdlly. the
amendment t made
lie.tTH OK J.IHE* IH." BltOl*.
Prominent Beal Batalr 'lttn Whn
Una Kroin f nlninHoe. t.n
Newport. K. 1.. War. U—Jamei Defiles,
senior member of the real etrtaie firm of
Deßlote * Eldrldge, diet! In this city thin
morning of oontmmpllon. Hr was born !
rolitrthue. Ga., In lt*d. atxl a .l .* m* in
ner of a prominent family of th Huth
I!.- was In hti*ln.--- n Boston an t Mn-
M!e Ala . before lIW. when he returned
to N. sport In the last nfteni >c.rs he
hue negotiated all the Important real es
tate sales which have h.vn made In th
slimmer residence section of New|iorl.
HiniMirm u:w t ipitoi..
Contract l.et to Well. A Well. l
I lilmuH for *<IUNNt.
Ja<kon. Miss.. Dec. 13-Tfie Mississippi
Cap!lot Commission this aflernoon let the
contract for the new state boo.e to
Messrs. Wells * WHa of Chicago for
pxJl.rtX). The next hid was that of too*i; 1 -
Pagan of Kansas city, who bid :. *•
Ths sttersssful contractors ague to r.tIK
nisnee work on Jan. 1. an*l complete i/<j
work *tihln twenty-tight month.- /
tiaii.tns t lark Hepkla* Id" ntl.
,\>w York. Dev. 13.—Gustr/ue Clatk
Hopkins, an ex-president e'. the Cotton
Exchange U dead. lie e horn on
Keh 29. I*M, In Mobile Ala . hut removed
.nntlford. Corn., and in I<7* became n
partner In the Orm of llo**kltis. Irwlght
.* Cos., cotton merchants. He terral for
a number Of >mu- cn the Board o' Mate
avers, was vice iweeklcnt from 1391 10 lIK
hhl then served two IvrinJ as pteskHnt
from IKW to
THE MOKKING NEWS: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14. mnq
DEBATE ON REVENUE BILL
R%KTHOLDT W IVIS % TILL LOW-
F.II TAX M\ IIFFH.
Irllnn of i ork W muni in
'ff Wlmlr Hrhrittv of lutrruftl
llr\rnu* li%uiln llriurui*d-lrni
orraflr Mrmhrr# Hrll Thil thr
llrlu*tlon Hot*# Not Cio For
Foiiftli—l'lrtltfr of Ihr Hvpuhll
<n# fo pen I War Tfti+ft Ought
•o Be Hrpt.
W l'hinfinn. Dr* is - Th* upon
•hr t\ar r* vt ihic rnlui'tlon bill conimurd
m tho ilou- to-day. It \*i dull ftrwl
f<*Atur<*U Thotft who |>k# wrrr
Mr.ui!* Grosvruor of Ohio, Martholflt of
Mlfpottrl, Hill Connr tlent, of
lllitioi#, McClriiati of N>w York* Nw
laad# of Nv#iki. Lrvy of Nrw York and
I*ndrrwkMl of Alftbinn
Mr Btitlioidt iritit'Jfod th# action of
tho Way.** an*! M-mr in rot
making a till in th#* fax on brrr
• r.<l g*\e notico that mould offr an
• to rwliu'A it fo $1 W barr*!.
at n . f<vk to* in or ro a' ani Mr Payna.
tho fVor Iradrr of fh* majority. #xpact#
th#* bill to pa brforr adjoiirnment to
Mr. Mc*'|o||un of Naur York th* flrat
#Trkrr. naii h** rrgtrttr*l that ih*' ma
jority h#<i not t krn of 'ha
prr-rnt opportunity to reform out hoia
a-'hrmr of intiinal tuxaiion Hr thnuah<
thcio n general agreement mnofi?
of ail p.irt|e that Internal tax
ation rhoti!4 be levied for rovanue pur
pore# only. A correct echem# of taxa
tion wotat lncluda n pro|rrK|ve exciw tax
upon certain O'cupHtlotw. and an indirect
tax of dint Hied pint a. beer ivl toharoo
at a rat<* eomewhrt below the maximum
i• \ evitio-raieing ioint. With Mich
echenK* it mould Ik* fsoeelbir by .*i plight
in* reiM or d* - rvi c of the iuo of on©
or more of tin a taxcp to g.ratly In
trr er og d© *•#?*© tto revenues and that
for emergency purpoee# ConrrwK always
. otiM fall ba< k upon the etamp lutle#.
Mr iJro'Vcnnr. of t>hlo. fuilownl ll
i* alle*i the etsitem-ut of ex i'rffkhiU
Cievcian*!, tliat un*-< ewi* iry tax.itioi wi>
unjust taxation. II- planted hhnneif. in*
paid. upor. that thKtrin- oiel pro'fedid
to argue that the |M'ii<iitig MU was framed
Tho RepuMir.in party, he said while
l?t power, bad never shown deficit on
ll*liM’tlon lw lu*utM’lenl.
Mr. Newiande. of Nevada. p#WI thd
Juptlfb aiisti of the retention of any fea
ture.- oi the wai revenue act rested upon
tu* fact that another v* ir had follow* I
the Spallish War. The Spanish \Nr ha*l
l*een fotmht in \ indication of the rigbte
of man. ior fre* government, and to fre*
h pMp,** from oppression. The present
vhi wh f**t th* t.f Mippn- di g
the aeiiirauon of .1 for livt* -
pendence. While the minority protest* I
MKainet thie war it realised thut mt tt*
result of tie n- pii election th* pras
nt laolloy of tin* adtnlni#(n#cioii won A* I
contlnua with it# triin of exlraonlliMiry*
exp* > n.'-e>. Mr New land# then pr****eed**l
to argue that th* profiosed redtjciksx wu*
Mr |<evy of New York argue*! that Hie
|m nding hill -H-l not go far t notiKh He
was In favor of wiping out surplo# reve
Mr Hlli of ('oniieitkut discusseil at
length ome pro|*o:t*d amendment# to the
present currency krw.
Mr. l’ndr*rwoo*l of Alalum sa.d that
th* preaen: wax an op|s.*rtur** time for
in Hiultabln #iju#tm< m of the burden#
of taxation so that one intercut #houid
not he unduly oppressed Had he the
power he mid lie would dtacrimliiMt* . if
there was to be rilncrimination, ngalnet
the Idle hokJer# of Idle wealth, not against
productive wealth and enterpriee. In the
lauding bill, unproiiuctivs wealth wu ab
Me ftartlicldt of Missouri arsailel the
proposed reduction on b<sr. whhh, he
on* tided, wax not sufflclcnt. lie gave
not h e he would offer uii amendment to
reduce the tux on beer to fl .Vi per barrel
Mr Borne!! of Illinois also criticised
tie bill. H© dfsllke*! it, te said, not eo
uiiu h ior what it did * for what It
failed to t|o The pledge of the Republi
can leader# that the w.r revenu- act -vh
’•trh'tly a war measure .111*1 would b© re
pealed when th w ir was over should bo
redeemed He thoughi thl# could bo dono
by abolishing the isxe* one-third now,
one-third July 1 l>d. and one-third Jan
s\t r:Kt | m the House idjourned.
ALLF.f.FU OILHI< %!N IICI.H.
fliurgiU %% Itli Fomenting an %frl
t*nn*l* r Helielllon.
London. Dec. 11.—The Tape Town cor
rr;>**i *ient * t the Lailj Mail reporte the
arrest at Won - e'et. Cape Colony, of Ilsr
old Darrin gale. a!lege,| to '<*e an Ameri
can. on a charge of fomenting an Afri
Th arrest." w>s the dipitch. **ha#
mad*- a great sensation and startling di^-
• losurer are promised."
r m 1
Hiu *tilt §• ll**l in Klnriiis.
Jrt*'ksonvlHe,Fla..Dec. 13—In the Circuit
Court Übday* suit was trrstltuted by
James I, Gat* # of Milwaukee. Wb ,
igatnet Join* Taul of Lacrosse, Wl*„ tie
Last ('oust Lumber Company, and the
John Paul Lumber Company, having their
principal * flic#* iti LaCro***\ \V|a. This
is an act on of coportnersblp of the above
part lea wherein • **mpiuinatit wants mn
leyed 10 him anr-dxth titerct in certa4
ii*r.*!- and t:ml*er uvl p oll*# thereof
-: 1 ‘C the formation, *f tfw' partnership.
The land# *<m#l* .. G s-itnc 234. f 52 acres In
iYorida Mhd G* it'd* -
_ Doctors and Midwives Recommend S
11 ,£5% W “Mother’s Friend" *f.
3* because ft i* used externally In eases of th.delicate
\Trtv Tw/ .Haation of expectant mother.. It W a constant re- '
2£. . *wn .Vb fi/if lief, robbing childbirth of It. terror*. Internal rent*, "r
£ fcf S*‘ V die.are dangerous. "Mother s Friend" la a blessing ■
eff • Aw In a bottle. There i. noihiox like It. m
*2 *■ Thm nofVf *4 tbt— rtlMwi, wSo tdfffnil *••*;• t **• ***** f flr ‘
3•• v . r | r. • gfc
K we , *.f nsrt!, and r*4.o>e i <*K.k\y. All atodtttt w%© h*’f *• w tMr U!w mt %<*rtr
2? idlniflintal. ‘ JOMU C. fOUtIIL. Jr-
Seal i>yctpt*a e rtuJpl <-* pri. 01 jM*r liftlilf. t V** Bailed ft mm to U4ki.
. >cutni* **m: 1- • twi a *rwl umhmrMl. S'
ZS solo it ALL DflMIUt. TUL BUiillll.l-l* CO . AttoaU. . y
WANTS AN INVESTIGATION.
<Continned from First Page.)
km and ilw* convict* are worked by the
Jam©# Lumber (Ynpun>. wtuch la also
one of the largest lunibvr comiwtnies in
The official# of the Prleon raniMMlort
state that fhw < amp is in good *ondttl*ui
and that Ut© chargee of cruelty were
mad# by the convict# on account of anew
diaKipitnarisn being in th* • amp Ktat©
Warden Moore reported the the build
Hkg*. while old. war* In good uvlltioa
and that ihei*' was n naw *wie 10 be *on
siruoted soon He also say# that the hoe
pjtal is not occupi*,i hctl by negr*ee and
whit*, mn ther# are |wimte apartment#
The report of the rommtti** did not
make any spw'thn charge- but intimated
in a general way that condition# then*
Mr Jam## i** angrv and wants n full in
vestigation. It is rumored thai th# c*fn
mltteo wna piqued bwwiH*# Mr .lame#,
who owns tiie ra!lrw‘i which run# fn#n.
WaUey to A*lrtan. would not furnish
pa##e for th*- committer Th* roi I#-
me* passes to nobody it ! an*! the
fact that ttie** iegtilator# who had been
riven annual- over neatly ever> io'| in
th# state, were turned d.iwn by the email
rathoftd when thev ;eted rtp iwm** 1 '
le said to l#\e #tuter**d them This l#
only a rumor but It wa# talked of a grT,t
deal at the Cap tr*. to-<lay
Mr Franklin, who l# chairman of the
rommttt*# which ma*tr the report, stated
♦ hat the rumor w#* not true He take#
ls#ue with the official* of the* Prison Com
mission when thev say the camp 1# in good
non king on %i*pioi*m iTioxg.
Senate Make# < hungra In Inmnnla
Atlanta. Dec 13—The penate fo-dnv
a portion of the appropriation bill
sent o%er groin t ie H*ue. #e%eral days
Ago Only or 1# change war nu*V nnd tngt
was in raising the salary of the ©p* ml
attorney of fh# VVatani and Atlantic Rail
wav. from M-tnO to |2,hPi
An effort was nlao made fo
the public tchooi fund frn ®W.fifth to |!.-
OW.tNo. The effort was defeated by the
cWmo vote of Ifi to I!
The appropriation# for the existle# of
the (s<*vern*r. stole house officii 1* mefn
hers of the and other tn !-
deu rU expetisea are the same
The only mange* mad** were #*>m# of
th amounts given to the school* and
public Kiauiutivns In other install* c# tho
ansvjtits remain the same
Tn© foilowitiV are the Mt*pr**pitatio;.s
to the sotiool#:
School of Technology HA.Ofifl. Georgia
Normal and Industrtni College. s22.AOt'
North Georgia Agricultural College. 17.
000; State Normal .School. s3.’ Fnl
wralty for ••oloreij people SS.fthi; interest
on Winl scrip? fund. K*3l4. common
sc boo;#. JftOU.WXi; State Cnlversjty *l' Ath-
222.fag>. Academy for the Blirsf.
000, Bi'huoi for the Deaf. |JkOW>,
I.ltlle Hone Loaf Malif
Atlanta, De**. 13 The Senate adjourned
it# #©#dno to-night The House he!*!
.*lort session. 1 iking up Rdiitc bills for
TO HKOKMI FM>Rlf> Bo\nv
Slate Treaaarer NNhltflrld Gives N
tlee to Holders.
Talnahamee. Ila . Dec, IS.—Hon J. B
Whitfield, Rtat© Yn-tieurer. li# given
notice to the holders of Fhuela 7 p^r
♦ nt. state Nuids. ;Mued In 1*571, that they
will mature and are r*aat*le at tlie offl ©
of the State Treasurer, in Tillaiiassee, 00
Jan. 1. IWI. Holders of such imnds are
ilso notified that no internet will be paid
on said bond# after the date of their
maturity, oe the Treasurer i* prepared
to take them up on presentation nt Tal
lahassee m nt th© National Dark Rank
in th© City of New York.
Prttf. Paul I*Ar,*y l’arham. of the Weal
Florida Hem!nary. I©©ture| on T* nnyaon
before the iaalles’ Uterary Club at the
residence of Mr#. Kllsn Cali lewig A
U.rg** aiai fashion tol< audletu e waa in
A commission was to-dat Issued hv
A!Jutant General H#u*toun fr Jam©*
Stuart, to be First Ideutenam of in©
Pc.i-•* ola IJght Artil|er> . Vice K. L
Van Horn resigned
D. B. Hardin of Palatk# has I© cn com
mlseionol s‘**oit*l lieiff*na* l of tlie Gent
City Guards, vice Dan G Hanf<n*l, re
is already putting on holi
day attire, the merchants nviku g lund
fonie display# of Christmas g'w*ds for th©
holiday# trade, which lias atarlcd off
Sheriff Fearce has captured Charles Du
rant. a strange negro, who store a horse
about ten days ago. He also recovered
the anim.ii, which had been sold forty
rn.lt*# frrm Tallahassee.
AT KITK.Y OF M**KINI.F.Y.
■itirnnl b* an Italian to %ena© the
Dead* of Klnisinn.
Ixxrion. Dec 14.--The Dally Kxprcr#
publish©# th© following
"An lisl.an from Boho. London, bum© I
.1 pin-studded wax ©fligx of Pr©.-kkii( Mc-
Kinley on ih© doorstep of Ih© l’nh©d
States efnbftftS) l#t evening 11© said l©
wa> a brother of Guido Masaio. who wa#
|>iih©i in and wa# avenging
the death of his kinsman "
lleh©arln "as IPitlril.
, Jacksonvlll©. Fla D© 13.— I To-day at
torn# vir hara received official nolle© from
th© clerk of th© Hist© Bupr©m* LN>urt at
Tallahass©# thsi th© court had denied a
rehearing in th© fi. Auguwlin© a**© r.f
MMdletoo et si., vs. th© city of 8f An
gutine. On March JV I*F the ja*oj*le *f
Si. Augustine voted for s3o.<h) worth qf
bend# to la* isAued for tl>© e*tel>li-‘im©nt
of an electric light plant in that city The
complainants. W <\ Mldd>ton. It. A.
Master#. H. H "i Ilia ms, Krakin© Reyn
old# and Lyon* Jr Cos. In April ltj©> insti
tute! action in chancery, pra>ing for a
p©rs*©tusi injunction restraining tii* city
of Ht. Augustin©, through l© offV U'#,
from of Ih©#© tsuid- Th* matter
cam© up before Judg© < ‘all her©, and h©
#ustsin*i Hi© demurr©r to th© bill and
tl©n it wnt to (he Hupreme four! on ©
writ of etror.
|,aru‘ nrh'l* V'lanf Httrard.
Va Dev 13.—The Buena
Vista fir© • lay brick plant was destroyed
by tire to-dsy. A roof was being put on
• new* kiln and caught fir© winch >*®on
irpr©ttd to th© ©ntir© plant. Th© machinery
works, th© valuable r©re of the plant, w.*•.
a tot il loss I#o© . 130/XW. insurance.
uun Tlie plant i owned by tn© Houth©ri
Clay Prcdtnt Company. whoso ovnsfi*
mostly reeidc* lu rhilodelphki.
RESOLUTIONS VOTED DOWN.
FFDF.H ATION OF LABOR hll 1.1.1 l
II %ll( A L Ml AM Hl.#.
One \N as a Pruniti'iatlon of %l|
1 rusts and Mtmopivllrs. and the
Ollier a Her la ruiloii In Fnvwr fa
i o-ojerollse I >wisi**nsrslth %
Mild #ul*tltule for Hie lattrr U a
Ndopteil After a Miatp and Acri
I/ouisvtilr. K\ !#’ 13 In th© Ameri
can Federation of labor ('otiventi*m to
*t.v two rreoiutloA© cliampione,| b> th©
tevtira* element were vue*t dot# u by over
<>n# was a bitter pronouncement again*!
trusts and nsMiopolbes In general. #k| th©
other h <V* Wtr;HUi in tavor ti nr co
operative common we* Ith and government
wi.*r#hip n*l *x>ntrol of .ill m*stns 'f
productkvi and Botiibuttoi l*r l>*tli
of them much more moderate sut*Mltuiw
w.-rc ©loj* r.d after long ind a* rini uikuia
Th** substitute for th© three reMdutton#
f \*ring tin co-operative < >mn*n # <sli h
w a> as follow *
V\ a cheerfully a* * • pi snd.lrsu- all th©
assiatata# and usedftines* which mav* or
can h# given th#* tral© union movement
t*> all iioim force#. The a spiral ions,
hope# and aim# of tic trades union nvin
ber# ar© %ery similar to tiio expre#>xl
wlahe* **f th*- gr*dter h*xly of * iciaUst©*
namH' that th© bimloue of tott may l*©
mad** lighter >r*d iliat e.trh w**rkrr shall
eryjov fh < *np.et© benefll that fhlch tv*
produc*i. That men and women shall re
eiv* a greaier Niummi of liberty, ttut
the years to com'* may be mule brighter
than the or present are the ideals of
us nil Hut w© *k© th© position never
theless because of )*ereoiMi local natlon
al or oiher reasons th* worker*
of our country t.och *llflf**rent
conclusions as to th© methods of reach ng
the denred er.d. ©ven though there may
desirability of rso'Mlxr that end W© as
eerf a forcibly a * we are rapablc of as
serting tha th© t tad ©-union movement
s th© true and legit. mat© channel through
which the <oilers should #©ek not only
present amelioration, bin future *manci
patton Wo hold that the trade unions
throughout our • % nimtr> an*l Canada *|o
rot now. nor do w© l*elieve they will In
th© futur* . d©*'lar* the *ils<'U#sk>ii
of any qu©* mn in their meet lags, eklvr
of an economl or a pohticul nature; but
tehy ar*. .md w© think Justly,
committed .giinst th** iul*rsem©ni
r in rodu tKHt of race prejudices, rejig
ioiiH JlfTeren* ** or |*or!lan pollli s IV.
d© lar#* It to be th© inherent duly of our
several union- to publish In their j •tirnals,
to die*mas in their meeting# and th© mom
her# there! t* study In their home# all
question.' of .* public nafnr© which hav©
reference to their Indus I rl;i 1 or iMilitlcal
liberty, #• firmly d* lure that it
I* not within th© power of th© Ameri can
Federation of l..ii*or td legislate, reaolva
or sp * ify to which political party mem
bers of our union shall Iteiotig or for
whk*h party they atmll vote."
Fpon otHurreo* *• In fbl #ubetltute. *lo
bat© wa*> long and acrimonious.
I*re*ld'it Gomper# ••l*#(*| th© debate.
#1 ©aklng for th© contcrvatlv# *•. those
w h* w'cr© apposed 10 h© orig
inal reaeAullOfth If th© resolu
tions were to be iased In their
meat radii ai form, h* said It wmM not
irceleralo tb* tuogrea# of Ih© iaitor
cause, but would onh invite *lr •(!* 01*-
|K>#ltlon Ho claimed thnt stien m©n
I iM-com© iml'U©! with th© prln -lp!#*- of ##►-
■ ia'.tsm they uatmlly lose their interest In
The piibstltute of th© committee w.**
; ©dopted by l.lftft affirmatives t nega
Tit© special committee on the eluht
iour law ttime*l oxer all resolutions on
| i hit subject to th* in* oniing cxecutlv©
Th© convention adjourned aaitll to
vntihi; on tiii: 121
l>ol|*ltiii ©o *u*Te*ni of fhe Telegra
phers Serins rrlwln.
Topeku. Kn . Dee. I’. I’r* **il nt M M
1 Dolphin of the Order of Riltway Tcb**
taphtH, arrived in Topek 1 toalay and
; took ivrdonal charge of th© #trlk <a devel
* 7g>mrnt- ov*r tin entire Hant*& F *j j<*
I tetn. Mr Dolphin .**>#:
**Our su* *l**-. >ceffij# certain. It should
i© (inl*retorMi that th© last endeavor of
ths men on the Oulf lln*H t< avokl the
< xir*ting (onfllct was io rarnostly requco#
urhitritlon f differences, tut President
Ripley nii'l Vl* © Prealdcnt Harr perempt
* totllv refused to arbitral© or to con shier
tip* rtile© governing conditions of service.
"il*'*pertinsr their claim of had faith un
der nil© An. that article ha# no hearing
1 whatever on the trouble. Under the com
pany’a construction of th© agreement, ail
I • • n 1 1
and wage# reduced by taking *ne portio i
of th*- system at a time, holding th© em
ploy*# on other lines of the system In
; Involuntary servitude while they trimmed
* their 0-emsdoyea 011 another |art of Ih
vyatfin. Rule -T> doe- not t <mfemplat© that
i an employ o shall give a mon-th’s n*l ©
; N fot* |j- quits the servlr© nv more than
; It require* the ••jmjMiiy t give a month's
j nolle© before dismissing an employ# for
| jus* or in redm ing Hie force.**
TII AINA •< I NNINI. ON OMiCRI.
Oklahoma Division of banta Ir
Supplied \% Itli Operators.
Arkantas City, Kan , Dec, 12—To-day at
noon th© train dispat, nr#' offl ** in thl#
city for th© Oklahoma diviidon of the
SantA Fc began han lllng trains by orders
the first time sine© the strlk© began. Kv*
cry station on Ih© division is
with at h-ast one oj*r.itnr, and train# r
rum ir.g a# Uf *al Kxtraa will be ordered
•nit to-morrow invj/ning
TO FHillT 4 OHMIftNIOft MIA.
southern Aplnarr* NVIII open helling
Chariotte, N. C'., b© . 13.—The board of
governors of tu© Southern Cotton Rpin
rers’ Ai*#o la Hon met in se* ret ianon
| here to-night to receive the report of *h*-
I fiped.il committee Appointed to se ure sel
ling agencies In the Kastern nxirkets,
after ihe concentration plan r** cntly
After th© meeting It wa# said that th©
4r*o< iation had no: oidy secured s i the
money It t>eed©l for the tarrying out of
its plan#, hut hud secured reliable rn u
to take *hng# of |# ' lllng .khi l* All
th© m©mier# ar© yet und* r the nun *>f
.©■crex y. but liny ure free to #P Hist
they will n- Itti* r give n>r .* k quarter.
1 hey ar© in for u tvar to a finish.
It I# understood thut th© &anterti *;otn
miMxion honor.- having declined to mako
j any concession#, the ffouthern spinners
have arrange! to tnelr selling house*
i Philadelphia New York. B<**to*i and
j <‘hlcfigu. or *n c Louis, ;om* titii** dm *
! ng next January.
Liverpool < Alios ©taflallra.
L*v©rpool Df 14— Following ar© the
sraokty cotton atatlatlcs: Total ©aies of
a.I kliKk. 44.0hn IxaiCK. • sal*American,
11.000; Fngiief* spinners takittgs,
ro.’al export, 15.4k#'; inif>rt of all kinds
1 ijo.ooft; Import. Anu rban. s* W; st*> k */
; ill kltnlp, ;-©**•' MO. h. Altert'**u. M2.*Oi;
I quantity a flout. sll klieie. alloat
I Amerban. 224.0.0, total sales tsi specula-
I non. |uw; total salt# lu expoitcis,
I bftlcte ,|
J§k Own a
Ifi 1/111| il|u|B| a I ( you come to us for
Ml' | ! UHH ?W yoar overcoat the price
| tln , IJsiff'WW won * Mind in Ihe wiy of
; 'V nur hsvinß the best cost
Ml nude cosis no more here
WIUJ qjVfw than you'd hive 10 psy for
1*41’,. ;[ii j Wfopm ordinsry qusliry
Hll| jffl. • ‘Kit/ somewhere elxe
UnitfUflli ' il lii Ml ftflSF chirß< ' f ,ir .rvinß on
lliHllnh ihe new style* snd inqulr
rß inU ! fiIJIHM the prices. Te ire
„ . uur
|M Every garment made hy
BS HQ Hart. Scheffner & Msnr
|H. is sold under the makers’
fB/v guarantee of satisfaction.
Crrri|M I#ooSy #%-* bnft© • Ktu
B. H. Levy Sc Bro.,
Sole Agents for Savannah.
PObinß IN THK I’ll 11.11*!'! NF©.
r<*roini*i<>n I'rox lilri for Ile ooit
I*a**‘ Other lot***.
Manila De© r Th© Taft c.>(nml*-**l*n
ha# passed an acts authorising Gen. M**-
Arthur to *t * *l* h I*.* ©in th*' ‘ itli * l
1 own© anl .i*pr*>|riating slf©*.* ***► for their
Com mis© loner WnahL w!k is ‘*igi©'l
to #ii|N*rvlso th© ©slahllshnient of eon
stabniarv, anuou; 01 l**r dutlo said lb©
establishment of a h* *1 poll ’** fore ©©
n t> --r-SHry feaHura *f ©ivdl govenumnt
and was approved by th** military gov
An art ((•> also piiwl provHUm for
ih- m-n*lo* Io offl-- * li*. munlrliMl
COUtii lllorH ll un.l-r or.lrr of Ih- mll
-I(mi’> ov< rnor. ni.UI B-K-riil muht-llnl
Uw tu pMMd TIM (W*M f
It,*l .•uiiu.llloiH <xpti<- Hi Jamttry Th
clrrtlona fcr coiinclllora nr- wi*i>-n.lNl
Ktimlly, l,ll| , pr'l ffir-lllW "ic
civil **rvlv* i.t.o'l to ,'XomliK- and '• •
!•■! on ihe rcartJifc-Tmcnt of **>•• mlhil. ■<
of civil employe*.
Hot,to. with It" 1 TnenlV-elfthlh
Voliwiieer ReKlimnl. Col Blrkhelmcr
< <>mn,„,.<linx teiwh'l • K<>*'>■* ll oi> *l>*
northern cmM of Mindanao. MoivUt. arel
reinforce,! the 'U rompantee of the for
tieth Regiment etatlmierf In the town. An
■intrcoWr nuivoonent 1,,*.• Im,o planne.l
From Iloilo U l unom Inllv reported
tIMI lt,e Ineornente In that ,wrt of tt>* t'l
and of I‘anay are earing alleg*ai > <
at tin r.Hc of n Ihoneainl n ilav The or
k ste of nrotiy prominent Inaurgentn elail
e.| Ih.’ movement, wluch eeeniK to t. le—
xaiilng uulvereal ot Jaro, Mob, Mm tit
rlaof A rev, to aml Iloilo. Cot IN, rnh e
ei,roe of money large ,|„ii,itltiee of
■uppll, e Ikive been capluicl t>> the Ainvr*
Klllli UETN Ntete *ll**l*.
I'enne, Ivanla • oat „n,|>n> , a l*rop
rrl) la I’nrelmanl.
tleratvlon. Pa, l*ee. IS VI,.- PreeblrnlN
Thorn, and Smith of (he Peimeylvanl*
( - oal Company to-day go* l ' uffielal ••oovflr
mation of the ra ■ of all the mining prop
erty f the IViui'V Ivanla fail Company
Hint other nl.le,* >-,al prod,,, In* title reel.
K.rie llallro.xl. tl- <*e ,1 lor lilrh
hue teen p, nMliqr for WHIt |IV*- The
[a-tqwrty Involved Ineludee 'SI mine
worklnge In Ihe H ,anion a,el Pit'non
ttejile. pro lie Ing lone of coal ttikl
, tnplovlng UM) men ami la>.
mi. phi* K fo ii no**, vrmk.
M„m * * • Roaght M* aharee a*
Nee York. I*' - . 13 In a eVateroen* by
j p. Morgan Ar 'T>,. thla allernorat to the
atoeklioHer, of ihe Penneylvnnia <Nwl
Company, and algmd by leading rttre. tora
and -to khoMern. II la announced that Ihe
signatory partlea have wold all ilklt gto-k
to the Morgan Company and recommend
. eptance of the <ATer hv remaining
rtockholder*. "the under,tgenfl te Ing un
nllllng ■ *o cell nipeea an ngrectnenl that
Morgan & Cos. purchaee on th raw term,
the ,to,-k of all the other, off-re t on
Jan. li. next, or within thirty day* there
The eale of nock doea no* carry with t*
any tmereeta tn certain t tea miry •er'i
of the company. Which trace te-en reaerv
>d for diMrlbutlon u• a dlvld-mt among
the ato khotderr of r< cord at the cf.aw of
the iran-fec book on Jan. A, 15WI, at 3 p,
m The atatement aaya:
"The** a.**** have a value r.f at |e*t
jßMin.on. equal to a dividend of at lenM
?, per cent., 'hr equivalent of tli je r
hare. wh.oh. riddel to the prbe of W3
wr cent eqtjal fr, CM |vr ,luire. to ha
paid by J. I’ Morgan * Cos., would mike
the nggregate amount to N received by
Ihn gtockhutdere. on ogle of their aio,-k at
Icaot ili per cent., equal to *371 per ehnre.
rh>- par value of r.,ch t,are being only
I'urrhaae nr foal kloek.
Cleveland, o, Dec. 13 The leader will
,„y to morrow *hnl tha Erie. Philadelphia
and Reading. Nw York. Ontario and
We.tcrn and the Delaware, Uvkieann.,
and \Vextern R'anlr have pur<tiaaed the
Penn-ylvanla Coal Compnny elo,-k.
• WENT t lt*ar ll\ll.***.
It ** 111 Halid Dow A'lnrlda'a *Vr,t
I nnat In Tampa.
Tnllahas>e. Kla.. Dec 13.—Letter* pat
ent have been grained for thr In.vMvnrß
tton of *h* Weat Cnaat Hallnay Company,
with hendquartrm at Grrrnvlllr.
The cotn|>.iny l* ln.<>rportl with a
capital of gjt.ooo. which may he Increased
to SID.WO.OOO, to build a ralltoad fffim
game southward through the counttc- of
Madison. Taylor. Levy. Eafoyelt*. Citrus,
Hernamb, and Hillsboro, to a imlnt ear the
Gulf roast, at nr nrar Tampa, a distant,
of £k> mtl-,. In . onvry tetvai, and pron
,.rt>. The t-ompany Is vmiHiwerrd to
i oolel hraneb roads.
! J. W. Oglesby Is prealdrnt; It C. Mc
! I most,, v Ice president, C. T. Tillman, see*
I retniy and treasurer.
PLAYERS’ DEMANDS REFUSED.
II KII 111. II t,\ M ri IIKI LIIKn Til
1.1 l IRT Til KM.
I'lnirrii l.spcct n llrr<tnhlf rmlnii
mill Mclicvc Thr) II 111 lief Wlial
They VV iinl l'lnirra 1 haa Will
lll** t.nuie —W 111 liil lii'arta Iniart
chn l.rHaiir— liiimil
to tl>>‘ liinlli In Mr ihnnduued.
I,CM 14 11 •* Inn. I linn*c,l.
Nr* York. Inc U —Tha National
nmguali • lirUl Iwi> sesslnna to
il i> The lirrt session <* begun about
liufm with th- following present: A H.
Hoilrii, \Y. II Conant and J U Hillings
of It.minc. W. W. k-rr. Philip AlSten
iiiial llitrney iMeyfuiw <if Pittsburg. An
drew Freedman, ~ew York: Charles Kb
lirtta, I*'. A. Abell nrol lidward Hanlon,
Itrooklvn; tnl John I Roger* amt A. J.
It. ... h. PhllHdelpm*. James llarl, Chi
cago; John T. Brush. Cincinnati. F. De-
Ikan KnlilWn and Hlanlry Koblson of
Tin di-rnanda of thr Flayers' I‘rotrrtlvo
Asm, ml Inn were llrat takon up and Ihor*
•Highly (Him iimbl.
Afli-r thr nuigiiiites had l*rn In #**-
alon for abott' an hour word reached thu
corridor* down Malta that Iho drmand*
had hern thrown out. part and ptrwl.
There iii a hurtled mtiferenco tKtwaon
ilrf* Zimmer, Clarke (IrifTVtb and
Hugh J.-inln*:-. r|iri'rntlti|t thr piay
er*‘ oikanlaatuai, with thr result that
i not** an rent up stair* asking another
Tint niMKitairs received thr not* anJ
laid it aiititr for fulurr action.
Helices Thry Will Reconsider.
In ilixruiwiiig thr refusal of tha mag
i .i ll* s to grant lh* original ili’ni-uals mado
by \h* player- Clarke tlnlflth, Ihe
•*tn pitcher, r.itd.
"Thrr* Ih a mtetake rotnrwhrre. Tha
b ifile ia i* ted ution thr memorandum
presented to tlirtn after the ronfrrettea
liy Mi Taylor. Th.il inrmoramhun ’•
list sweeplttk. It coni.lined much morn
than wos dor taiard at thr i-onfrrence.
I think tin* Ici it to* will give us another
h< trine and finally grant our requasls.
Tim player* wdl dir name.
"There would be no effort on our part
to i.ikn away thr tdaces of the American
League t'liyera. If Iho player* rhoukl
m riki. Tlt.it matter ha* been looked Into
und set I lip."
Harry Tyk r, ihe phtyrra' lounsel, dis
appeared Wednwday ninth Ilia u tisane*
save rirr to many vague rumor* aa to
conference* with Hon Joluwon.
President Young verlllrd the report that
the original proi*o*l lota submitted by tha
|.livers Inul hern turned down by tha
"After dl-russli g our commlttre * ra.
port." raid Mr Young, "the league dis
charged the committee."
t hnnalna I.ensue I-a as a.
tine of ihe result* of In.day'* earlv aas
slim mi the passage of an amendment
to Ihe . ondltutlnn reducing the number of
directors from six to four. Incidentally
anew board was elected ami for tlye first
time In mnny year* New York I* repre
sented on the new hoard. Andrew Fraad
itnm, ihe heal magnate, wae present at
the election Tit* now hoard now arid
consist of itmlsn of JtoefoM, it rush of Cin
cinnati. Dreyfus* of Pittsburg and Kread
man of New York.
The entire twttkvinl hoard of arbitration,
consistlng of Young. Hoden, Unudt, Hart.
Robluaon and Roger*, was re-elected. Tha
Committee mi Constitution will ba < orn-
I sis' 4 of Rogers, Itrnsh and Hart.
The tnagn.tles unanimously decldad *0
•In away with Ihe custom of an early
.-firing practice trip lo the Houth.
The awoml **ton finished without
anything of Importance being acc**a
pllelii I The umpire question wa dis
cussed thnroiighlv hu* wan pit over un
til the annual spring meeting.
The magnates ,I|<J not consider Ih* play
ers' demand for rehearing of their rasa
at the evening seatdon. It probably will
be taken up to-morrow.
At the conclusion of the regular session
the members of th circuit Committee
heU another Informal conference, but de
cided to make nothing public.
To Take I p I lark's t ass.
Washington. Dr 13.—Senator Chandler,
■ h.ilrman of Ihe Senate committee on
Privilege* and Eledlon.. ha* railed a
meeting for that commit!** for to-mor
row. to take up th Montana senatorial
I ongrea*' Holiday lleceas.
Washington. Dei*. U—The Home to-day
adopted a resolution tor a holiday recess
from Friday, Dae. 21, to Thursday, Jan.
TO LIVE WELL
Your Grocer Keeps It