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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ly 1st >een lls Western res of fresh hotel, ute Sulph snvenience "o location of s for fanuKes ding- imr GV secretary. Wmstap, itting, nrnark, imatt, .ures! 0 BAYS lOTJp. 10 Up. 5. rath. assortment ne On ex- na lor a few SON, ler! R OF 10 40 am- BOpm ,Ga. TOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA.. FRIDAY' JULY 18, 1890. PRICE FIVT CENTS. T 1 gaged m the productions of the articles mentionol JUJjJLXJjXV urem it has heart} sympathy lint it does rn fltS' DISTRICT IBT JSBSWER TO THE UUESTJORS SENT. Evils of LcjKlatlon for tho ClasHcs-HiS Views on tho bubtreasury A Plan foi Kelicf -Cnsp Jnlj 17 [Spenal ntten a letter to the alliance of distnct It is in reply to the alliance which stut him to be answered classes at the Svthose wbo have real the letter U is pro- Tmnnced the ablest vet w ntteii on the subject, antf it is one of which all thinking-farmers orove me ttioii reception of the questions, the leta r is follows Till Jl M Nil TI-R seven pist I have had tho in coi as a democrat the thru di-r i tof Georvn Dur rvire-i lure I hut had Jrequent oceiv gfttc tn dise i and upon ind npitMnt.mc isldi a dis >m tind enaturalHlh ved v te I muoji arfnti mand nl pi >l oscd 1 whit h L relate t> r aile t t! e d therein rquun i with th( of the Hvt -Mil" i E impre'-M.d with he rj 11 i i i it his botii MI M of t no i the 11 ol the pt r pie is r 1 a.nj law which L, p r n or of persons the rigLt11 JLI d whit h niaj le en jewed thc) 1tr m or Uas" Ol l T 1" UDjust and v Ut the fundamental prh I -Die of deiu ratic c msrnmint tq i il (tv "ft hen v on tribute your mom in m NtoNupp leees shall 11 Or ntcd to but u d bu m honestly ind f u calls adminicle re 1 ui e labled to dist luirjjt tb. Bruiting equal rights to alt, and special oru ileM s to u ne Tilt 1 VI lit 1 NT I VT1NP The departure f rum th e well unuei tootl ind wtimnripU- hid r. Milted m us i nt i government but i ik u- a po >r VMM U V tew have built up n i i >rturns but the are poor The n li richer the pool _row poorer Ihc Inrhis of th in debt arc 111 IR heavier and tl v ilue of fixed uieomes is inciei-ccl riNii then that the farmers vv ho 1 iv Q been so long oj.prt by uuj i t exactions are i to for themselves the ion lition (f laws and to wlv tin re sb uld not be s >m effort to liju i rhe 1 aV under which The Ul an e as I understand it ww de signed ft r 'he i n of aid and enabl rg the farmers f the c i b% n> to under stand an 1 1 -v iziti n to ovcr.hravv an I repeal tlioM! I iv N v h h di equal right to all andflliieh er it ape lal mv In that midertak ill 1 v era f justice and fi r play must HI u Ood speed and I shall deem it not culv u di tn Imtap'easure both in ofeceaiil >it fit to cintributo whatever oi in dastrj uil t titj 1 pos ess to aid and eheer jou in the Mr 1VX l s 1 HI no Kl til L, lamhearti i.m lav r f tl a re ulati n nf rail roals so thJt the) hall remain competitive tc- I had he lion r if h ing charge, on the flo T of tho bun t if the bill w iieh w is pa- ed hi the fortv ninth coiitrre-s ebtabhMimK a national r ulr l corrmi'-Nion and in u g urituij, i f ot nit r state eon merei In my cpt-ech at th it which I lieheve was circdlated m the maintained tlic right and urged that it the duty of congress, ao far ai it could to protect the people from the unjust exactions, extorti ms and discTunmations on the part ol the common e ir ners of tlic country I and p  ners nearlj t r quite tint much n advai ce of it t'uy ought to pay lor the home made aitiL tl buv n 11 s i K no oi i nOTi rriON Our peoj Ic i av 0 000 OOJ tax or diuv on for Cign I U cli u into the treasury and tiiey pav at least ---O 000 11 hanced i rice ou h M tnade ol vvh h int 3 the porkftsof tio Ainpricjii n j Fi rci Ttt me illustrate tli 3 buppuse th r vv i tariff law ind a hate uld be I ton i I ivtrp 1 and here tor si The Amencai i ai ot hats would Imvo tospUa like ha at the one price  the right f the-iiBclves e'c tinjj such mo and nearlv. ulent the he ids all the ol ilep ir! of tlie t Tinted .J.UB cjuils be oni; to the-u publican pirtv so Latwomljrlit if the law was p I tonthltnt'y ect Riich tu be L public an LK i bythe appointments in ido m the south i" fie moiita-t vvi 11 itfht so ex) ect to be r, h repiil he ins i a-e nut eiitit to tin. e uld ra-ni t Jrom the isB igc f the 1 li f iriiM rs n ho--e nceossities did not demand i ulvaiico or mont v of course not incur IT IS A DEADLOCK. THE S2SKX-XSSEE CONVENTION IN A THE LEADING CANDIDATE'S HOPES Arc Blasted by the Presence of a Determined Opposition Majority, hioli Agrees on tent t i the t c "-nine time thy id> u ce in price niplj tlieir cc tton un Ur si cller uiti of their (otton cuukl avoid this and thy idv u ce in price by would neeevsailly to ie i t ixation to thf i icv Co cute the I ivv an I wo lid receive no PI tit tlu.it t ruin n e 11111 chant tae ut ctor the it.cti.iic the da> lab tu ol i the iwinitl owner the turjeitine pi id ICL j and ill the s 11 pvtry otciipation who d in t have 1 >r I o--it ths aticles mcnt iml in the biJi >u i le required to p i> their pioporlionate vrt ol the t-ixe-i to the vet and obtain no tlitieundcr hill we who have Ions., e in btlj and s> a t v insisted in on the ret eal of nil 1 ivva which e inr thf txihtfeive bent rtt 'i otlien now bmdonthat principle X.ntoitnnately ot tir list iariurs and best men aie m debt ind nt tu without fault on then put it could e mult, elt to ippt. ir Unt the pioposed law 1 1 em nt t'lem or ao'-nt th m in the heroic le tnej ai-e 11 w for re lef fr jm it.ii em arr laments, that vv uld be verv umoh i i iavor but a. e irclul exumnitioii of the r 1 1 ms of the bill and much thought ott d to its pi ibal lo cftet t have satis ul no that TIU ouhttan al tl t. inj nl 1 c n ie fioiu it I leir ft m mis ttl Uu1- 1 teir it we Oil invitt ilation i t inn pr ducts I fe vr it w ml 1 itsu t in great stithnsewho c nee bsit ironptcd tlleiutt 1 iiit the r ei i s ai 1 I te vr it wr a d mi kt ccr n ind cajv the tornmtioii ot e nl matrons tii I c Ihc vsiU ol tho speculator the ice of the i n tic necessities >f lltn tully ind unrpsTVPd with tnf 1 jcct in I i uri> >se of vour n I think t in i letter jlau tl in th t i r poM.il in li sultr a urv bill i pt in niort liktly to rein e In pt pc i i lin not 01 tn t >iic tieii aud nt hi we ir niuibl kelv t Ic tblc to c out lian my vvhu h roiuisew ro lei farmei-' eod iilict thev need t-pjedy -ehtl ind n it that it Is tlie pail i vv i-'duiu in choosit ,5 a uieisuro or meisures t) ill uiit jml to i r surh a t n mi e to pas'- and -uch as exi ermite has di ju i tnted vill-uxompl "hour putp> e rather than to ns s ui u one th t id n vt 1 whi h imulvus tin c f v ,w us 11 n n v 1 ur best uiJ mo t w rthvfanitra n l w'1! n inv i er I ici e w iluinvo i nthei h a a I which I ti t ild 1 t il sr t n t qu tu o J t i ttcc i? n mllv the pitss iiecf tv fi r n luf he ie 1 is in re ise he cnrrt n j of tin ountrv tint t u I nr len l tho o in delt mil If i )v i le t r tht r t, >int e ol rcduie grc i Iv tht. ttnil s0 I t fit. i i1 that O.TO niiiuilv un usr ex icteil from the people cmam with them repeal tilliws of kmd ,n 1 liari tei which my person or class A siiecial privileges and i Iv intakes over >rhejq ind insist upon an eecii nimotl idm mstra i >u of t ic altairs ol the LOV orninent I he fai raer-> i 1 over thf1 eountiv ai the ause 11 i Un iisljnvt mditum Itun Ihcvwill II 1 ir 11 the sj-ecial ami it c n tt the (i i h an pirtv to v-.hUh I h tve lerrei! V h n h i u c i-. carl> undtr o d it t n c tin -houUl tjpiart tl- m ml bun] le th v 1 it uid iziti i J-u I e ope rat n i in illi them t hud t i lof-t in the il ol-, nl and e! iss let illation in the in ic (t cuiicinv in an cc miiicil a limn ot the allairs of the govein n n t and m the inf of he i r nc pie so well expressed in lit m tt ot voin (ider JLqtial Rights to A.11 LI I -T eci li I to None Ih vewutttn it some length because I could ut m f dehiie nij p aition and I wiitten Irai klv ui 1 in UdU I f c I f ilh 1 z ind ret your rights as irieinHaiid is le n cratt> t 1 now mv views t n aii> public ques ion i liav ilwavs behove I th it between a rep on I the people whom he represents hou d he perfect r i d Iraukiiess I h ive alnavs a iisi 1 r ition pcrbonai to myself i pron pt me to h pu 11 icre Jrom Representing i district wlnse h ef 11 lustiy is agrit ulture 11 unhering among i c irest ind dealest fnen 1s! many engaged her in and 1 ouml tu the farmers of the dibtiut v tl c stronee-.t ties ot titude 1< r their i ast km Lu< confidence and supp )rt it would be strvnuc indeed if 1 were not only wil'mg but Suxious advocate any just measure hit iiioinised to afford them in the slightest de Tee relief from the unequal and oppressive laws tvv ich they have eo long endured 111 silem-o whit h e  This congress seoms to be a good ono for fights between congressmen and newspaper corre spondents Dunnsr tlie first pait of the session Taulbee, of Kentucky, attacked Mr Kmciitl, a correspondent who shot and killed ;he f irmci Today there was a row between Congressman Grain, I Texas.and Air O Biien jSIoore, the correspondent of the St Louis lie ic It-seems that Mr Ci wi Mas absent witnoiit a pair wlieii the vote was taken for the Lelil amendment to the force bill Mr Moore a'so oensured Mr Cram in the Bepnblic for being absent on other occasions Besides this, it ic said the two been enemies for years They knew each otber m Texas some pears ago and there had a difficulty _ oday Mr Cram met Mr Moore in a cor- ndor of tbe capitol, and it is said with his hand on a pistol expressed biunself in very strong language to the correspondent Mr Moore, being unarmed, made no reply but said he would see him later About on. hour later >Ir Cram appeared in the press gallery, aifd with, bis sii-shooter in Ins hanc searched tho lobby of the gallery for Moore Tho disy'ay of a pistol in the hands of a man who evidently meant to use it, created a very large sensation among the newspaper men However, as Mr Moore was not there, no blood was shed Air Moore is not in the city tonight, but it is feared when the two men meet there will be bloodshed Both men are e, and while everj effort will be made to settle the matter amicably, a serious resul' is feared The affair was very unforfeonati and every one hopes it will he amicably set- tled A BUSINESS THAT The elections committee of the konse today allowed the claims in the contested election cases Each of the sitting members, whose seats were contested, and each of the contest- ants get to defray the expenses of the Contest Mr Georgia, who received notice of contesC from. Parson Fickett, and, who pre- pared his case before the parson withdrew gets the amount of his expenses, WHTESEY'S PKEWOTIOiS "W C "Wrntney, ex-secretary of the navy under Cleveland, is oat in an interview today, In -which he says that RosweUP. Slower wttlfce nominated by acclamation as the democratic candidate for _ next year, and that Mr- Iv VSHWITF, 'Conn July 17 ev uicut that there was a deadlock m the" democratic con ention this morning, hen ballot after, baUot was taken -without material change Although a iiuiiiber of delegates havfl gone home, tho hall was crow ded to suffocation A had been arranged bj which Buchanan, 'attenon and Tavlor to be supported in urn, but thin was broken up by a secret meet- of tbo Buxhiuui leaders, at which it ecided to hold solid a 1 the counties in which -luchanan bad a and attempt to rea's tbe  roke, and o her sixteen votes to uehaTiiii Th s ition had been en- in ''ii i iiioomlj all day The conntv co iviutioii had ap evcr 14 Tiylorl47 TIIL TKST t OMES Inunodiatolj on the declaration of the >ult, an Ohioii county offered tho ollovvuig resolution lies os ible to evfr nominate a candidate if the dele ibtdo stnct1> bj tlie instructions given by ,lu couiicv and u is the sense of this .onv eiiti m Uiat eaeh delegate should now uae his >ect judgment in voting L point of ord< r was mado that the conven- .1011 bil alreadv practicillj derided tins ques- Uoii f ivorably in allowing certain delegates ;o vote as thov leased, an 1 Chairman litch- u iKcn rulo 1 the nt v, ell taken Imuiedi Lh re was an ippotl from the derision of In cl air a number of ['elegcilos, and after a niorm nt s conaiilorxt 11 Mr Richardson de- lo i ut the i evolution to the convention and it as put and aJopted by a larga ma- JOlltj SHOWN Tho bical s in the I.. i( li in ui ranks had en- c Uu fr t nds of the other candidates, u d Uifv. bjuml to h a formal release 'u m nisii K t ons Ihc on teen th ballot was then taken and csultel liai an 710 Patterson, Baxtei "Uo, Tivlur, 114 11ns u, tl n letat ote that Buchanan has re- cened, and tlio largest cCncn Bixter Patter- son and Taj lor hav e iect n ed larger votes than on this bxllot The Buchanan men claim that thej lost all their ng otos THE SFSSION All the delegate-, lo the state convention wore g en b i this afti art mission as refuse 1 all v but tl ey crowded mt tbe hall an j how, ind at tonight s session i 000 pot pie packed the ball Tho con is so that each ballot occupied tha apprehension that in the event a refusal by the august convention to order a iirnnarj election and or the of JS R, Tillman tlie September convention, a lame number of his opponents, whl36 acquiescing ra such a. result on grounds rttf ptrty.fealty and political necessity, cannot lie in dijceuto give to him that active support which l insure the election oi; the democratic in case tho n mtblican party puts a ticket- in the field In the ejesof all trne demo cfcats tho inaint- Bailee of white supremacy in the and the preservation of the blessing of wliich BUpreirutey ia the only guarantee or para Uifiunt consider itioii superior to the aspirations tlie anduntrammeleaet- preHaian of the popular will within tlie lines of tlie party organization will constitute an autliori tatSve declarat on which must command rsailj and wpHflg obedience, but such an expression can only 60  f respect to tho Wlute countj delegation one of its members fallen fioiii the north- ern portico of the capitol and was killed The unfortun ito delegate was W C Hastings, 1 >ed ncir Sj irta He was sit ting on tho of the portico w ith his feet the coping In attempting to riac, hia f cot slipped aud he fell a distance of twenty five foot, striking on tho stone nag- ging OH Ins head His skull was crushed, and his, death is a matter of but a short while "Willta 11 McCluie, of fell from the same portico tonight, but alighted on his feet uiiii jiircd SOCTH CAKOtrVA POLITICS. Tlio Ocmoci atic xecutivo Committee Issues nn Addiess C July tho gravity of. the political situation in South Card na and recognizing the fact that the con imitation oi white Bupieinacv is senouslj imper- nlid by the split in the democratic party Caused bylTillman an I the fanners movement which now appears to he sweeping the state the executive committee of the recent and Tillman democratic state convention will tins evening issue on ad dress to the people After gmng a history of the farmers mov ement and showing tho various inconsistencies of Captain Till connection there wnth. the governor of New address shows that at the convention of farmers held here in thej passed resolutions declar ing tlicfarmera movement ajnon political organi- zation that they were satisfied with tbe integrity of the state ofiicers and would not array them selves against any other class or classes These resolutions had been proposed by Captain Tall- man, and were unanimously adopted The ad dress shows that the call for the march convention, by which Tillman was nominated, wade by tho chairman of the executive committee of tlie rs movement without the authority andagainst tnp expressed wishes of that todj The candidate has taken the field as the farmers mov ement candidate, and is asking- their support when in reahtv his action is entirely contrary to3 the wishes ot that organization as ex- pressed in tlieir convention The address con- tinues as follows >ot one farmer in tPn believes the charges made in this campaign against the democratic partv or its ofhcials Every fair minded advocate of the farmers' ement sincerely reRrets that si ch charges been made and rejoices that they e not been sustained A maionty of the democrats who ire embraced in this increment have to realize tlie strength of the or- ganization and to recojruize the fact that in their Hands zests the political power of the demo critic control e that they Indorse neitherTiUman nor his sentiments or such, but that of their own movement. A major it> of to e farmers in the movement care not so muchfor Tillman as for the success of tlie move- Tue gceat masority of other democrats do no olwect to tlie movement, bnt do object to Tillman "We- all agree that within democratic lines, the farmers elthe state have a decided and available majority, and theaesistance of their dem- ocratic brethren of otheravoeatlons.so control th( policy of the partj as to secure to all classes their proper share of influence in tlie administration o the government The attainment of this reaul requires the free and cordial co operation of al elements of the democratic party To secure such co operation it is essential that the nominee o the party for tae nigh office of governor of thi proud, old commonwealth, should not be a man who has teamirclied her fair name, slandered lie officials, distorted nor history, outraged her nity, betrayed the confidence of his own sups etsrand endangered the integrity of the demo cratic party by Sowing the seeds of, dissenaio amomr ita -members, aad ttiers are Grounds THE MMTS ESOTA FAIOIERS Heoting of tlie State Convention of the Nominations ST PAI J Ju 5 17 Farmers Alliance and itUted of Labor suitcfcoavontioii was late on ssembling this morning The caucusing of last ight kept the delegates np I and the hom of 8 set for reassembling this morning, was ar pant when they were called to order The first nSmess waa the report of the committee on reso utioiis, which was read by the chairman, Heneral J II Baker It demands Uat the 4 war tariff be radically revised pecial'j denounced fio Mclvinlev bill as the rowui ig infamy of protection demands goi niment control of railroads, that discrimination reasonable bo established wa d Btocfc shall not receive the rewards of honest apltal and the iMJoling of rates to be absolutely rohibited as producers demands free and open narliets fur gram and proper facilities for trans ortation thereto, believes the Minnesota rail commission should be governed bj the Iowa Chedule pf rates, holds that mortgage indebted ness should be deducted from the tax on demands lower interest and -ivere penalties for usurv favors, increase iu the volume ot money and demands he free coinage of opposes state and inniclpal E ing of valuable franchisee avors improv ement ot the great waterwaj t, asks or the AnstrUian ballot sjstem for the whole tate ho dd that L uted states senators and rail should be elected by ballot icmands the proliil ition oi child labor, favora ar atratiou to settle 1 ibor troubles and eoual pay for tmal work irrespective ot sex considers the re supreme court decisions fraught with danger o onr torm of crnmt nt and invites to its sup lort all whu toil ami all who agree with them in heir omnions Tlie platform was adopted as presented, and the ircsentatiou of cant idateb for and the ng therefor took up the whole morning it be ng 12 20 o clock when the convention took a re for dinner The t otmg was done by responses o individual delegate roll call instead of by dele jaiaons and the work was slow and confusing 1 inally the lirot ballot was completed as follows Total number of Totes 4J11 necessary to a choice 217 ol which itius Donnelly received TO E J li ill 170 Knute Nelson 5G Daniel lluck 7 trenenl J H Hiker u, Pmkliani andOamble A Owen Kahillj Heirmgton and Armstrong 1 tach The afternoon session was an excitmgone The irst ballot of the afterno in "ion resulted otal nnmbci of neces ar> forachoice ol winch Hall received J3 l-ounellj 220 liuck Owen 10 BakerS and 2 Upon tlio announcement of the Mr Don elti took die foor in the interest of harmony le nomination of Hall would be inadvis i1 Te, and would result injuriously to the alliance had publicly insulted him, by ordering to Tceep away from the district contention, ind friends would not forget it D view of rhe feeling, he proposed that a compro mise candidate P II KahilK be chosen Mi Hill followed bnetl> rele using his friends rom further suppui ting him and favoring some "ompioimsc candidate 3> inntliy then inoted hat a rasing i te be taken on the selec ;ioii of a compromise cand date but the chairman the n otion out of order Mr Itahilly said ;hit lie did not piopose to accept office In alter a sieuc ot contusion the ballot bv roll call was d It became apparent hat a number w is in r of a com )romise lor on this ballot few votes were cast for either Hall or Donnelly, and the current was all n the dire r done inn He h id lor jears studied ,ho e pjmriples which the convention was now and now others in offices and stores must be m tdv to underitaml that the pro c industries are not tithe of what their rinht They blunld reap dollars where thej now reap cents fttr Donnallj was called for aud in the course of us speech he warml> commended the character and standing ot the new cind date Mr Hall said the nomination w ill strengthen the ticket and will go far towards leading to the torj th it will follow M ithout further trouble the ticket wa-5 completed as follows all being chosen by acclamation I leutcnant governor T O Barrett of Brown s Aallev secretar> of Hate >I Wesenberg, of the Duluth state auditor P H Rahillv of ibasha county state treasurer Eric Matte Bon of Lacqui t'J-rlo attorney general, J M Uurlmpcame of Owatonna. clerk of the supreme court, Frank Kohlcr ot Losoure county AGGED I THE A Friglitful Accident Witli a Fatal Termi- nation. S C Julj colored, was run over by a wagon load oJ lumber >esterda> afternoon from the effects of winch he died this morning Prince and his brother were uiiloiding lumber from the wagon which they had driien on the side track to enable them to throw it over a ferce "While they were doing BO a ladj, in pass ing, touched tlie mule in some way causing him to take fright and run Price, who was stand- ing between the wheels, caught hold of one of them, and tried to stop the mule but became ex tncated in some way, and could not get The inule continued to run and at each revolution oi the wheel ne was thrown under it, until the mule stopped "When released from the wheel it was found that his injuries were internal After lingering through the night he died this morning EUK> BI> TO DEATH. A Family oC Five Persons Perlsli in the a ITanies. QUEBLC, July 17 2 o'clock this morning fire broke out in a barroom, owned by Delamare Gullet, ou St Joseph street The flames made such rapid progress that soon the whole building was ahlaze The fire brigade quickly answered the alarm, which, however, was a little late in being- turned In On arriving at the scene of the conflagration, the firemen worked with energy in preserving the surrounding buildings, not aware that the occupants of the upper part of the burn ing house were roasting, and it waa only after the flames had been extinguished that they came upon a family of five persons who had been burned tc death The family consisted of Pierre Miranda his wife and three children, who recently returnee from the United States, intending to settle in thei natlvecity Itis thoughtothersperjshed in th flames as the Mirandas had several lodgers from the country ________ CHEAP How Chicago Men Formed a Connte: Continuation CHICAGO, July statement was publishec some weelcs ago that a trust had been formed on the Georgia watermelon crop. Melons wer shipped to accredited agents in all large northern .cities, to he sold wholesale by auction This plan did not suit the ideas of local dealers in this city and they quietly formed a counter combmatior Accordingly, when the first- Georgia ons were put up for Bale, was only one ivjckQdly low th entire lot, and the melons had to go at that Then the purchaser divided up the shipBient with his and they charged full puces to small: dealers anctthe tmofac, thereby malnng immense profits The plan was adopted; else- wnerervirith, the inevitable result -of smashingthe melon troafc Georgia ate now market, with, two weets tP run, "With. Excursionists, the Steamer Was Piclced Up by the Wind and Turned. Completely ST Pvur. July "Wethern and six f tho ill fited steamer Sea Wing which was wrecked at Like City faunday arrived in lua eitj yesterday afternoon and Government nspactors eagor aud Knapp are condueting un nv cBttgatiou behind c doora Captain Yetharn and Clerk Nilea have given to the i reoa statement of the disaster Thev sa> The steamer Sea tt ing had been recently in- pected and found to bo in good condition and nnth a barge -lie had in companv was allowed passengers The crew ot the boat was Cap am D vY ctliern mate, M L, Sparks clerk L M engineer, Will faparlcs, foreman Honk H )pc crew, ill and Harry lules, West Charles Iieat and 'Warren t-parks There" vere on the boat and barge 200 linats 187 cork Hid tule life preservers and fceven good bkitfs vith twenty eight oars Tho boat leit JLUamond Bluff at T 40 a m with passengers Trenton at 8 JO with twenlv wo more aiid Lted ing at 10 o clock with 114 com that point, total 147 pabsenpers Aa the _Kiat was ibout to return from Lake City there were two ladies from the steamer Wanderer and iglit men from the steamer Lmdine, who wished o take passage to Red Wing on the steamer Sea Wing with about ten more who were of City aad who wanted to go lo Red Wing came aboard Thus the list lave been about 175 but some few who came down in the excursion failedltu get back before the boat eft Lake Citj Hence the number of passenge-fl vas under 17j The boat left Lake at o clock and pro see led up the lake about live miles hen the torm struck us the boat was and m tantly overturned Captain W ethern was at the wheel and did all in his power to keep the boat le ided into tho wind aud remained in the pilot louse until completely submerged Ho then jroke through the side and succeeded-m reaching the shore ihe engineer stood at his post until v iter ailed the engine room He then made his escape "W hen the boat wras upset there was no water in her hull and nothing but the force of the wind upset her Ihe barge was not cut until the steamer capsized and then ouly to save it Irom being swamped The boat was built at Diamond Bluff. was only three jcara Id and was built new throughout maehinery and all Hie boat s tonnage w is 10J J5 tons The were all able men and understood ;heir business >o liquors were on joard and none of the crew were- drinking men W hen the boat left I ake City the stotm seemed toha-ve passed and the crew deemed it safe to Btart Ihe passengers also wanted to go, and ao tlie bo it started out on her rcturu trip rhe life preservers were such as the insi ector or- dered and weie In good condition Tae boat to start b ick at 5 o clock but mofet of the number from Red Wing wished to remain until after dress parade at 7 o clock hence the boat was delayed until 8 o clock for starting UNI OKTUNATE ST JKA.TJL Another Storm Tears Up Tlitnjra No Hives Lost. ST Minn .July storm .isited parts of this state late yesterdav evening At Red and Lake City the heavy beating ram is thought to have done some damage to crop's but other property is all right T Maine a little town near water as well as was reported wiped nit 1 ut tlie latest advices are af-amst that report Auokasuf fers some loss from leveled fences and overturned trees but tlie virst of the storm there pas ed north, of that city f iont wrhicu.section nothing has been vet heard Clear T ake, according to one report was a severe sufferer butamore definite statement from here trave the damage as very slight Cla-vton a jmall town near Clear Lake, lost a number of Butl the ciTect of th is tornado waa i n N nrth St Paul a suburb of this citv where the storm ilaved havoc with prijiortj for a lew minuter but 'ortuimtely no of life resulted Tliesttim stiucfc there at S oO and IT a few moments the southern limits of the little raannlacturing suburb wrapped in a dense cloud of mist driven a furious gale with cyclonic conditions V largo crowd of people have been on the lool out and there was the wildest consternation lor a lew moments But tne storm -veered oil to the e ist and passed on The only damage was to the plant of the American Chair companj which was totally wrecked It was a two story brick building aud stood next ti the caaket works Borne the southern building of the town the wind caught the upper portion of the building and cut it off as it bv a knife lifting it bodilj and sma-lnng it to nieces -.oine dibtaiice awav the same tune tho walls were crushed together like an eggshell leaving it an utter rum The loss will probably reach 810000 as the company had about 3000 chairs ior shipment which The plant was erected about eight months ago bv a thica0o concern and was building up a ilouribh ing business________________ AN INCENDI4KYS BAND Must Have Applied tile Xorcli to Both, Places Cir 3s C July last Tuesday night the valuable flouring mills of Captain F M Mull, who lives at Mullgrove Catawba county were destroved by fire On the same night his barn and stables a hall mile from the mills were burned and he had great difficult) there was no insurance The hre was undoubtedly of mcendian origin as there had been no fire about either null or barn and as tho buildings were too far apart for the nre to have been com mUnirated from one to the other It Is thought that the fire was kindled by some low white and colored characte-3 who during the absence of Captain ftluil ind his wife from home about ten d-avsaco made a night raid on his henhouse and were discovered b> a Miss Huff in m who was staying at the house, and who drove tho thie-ies away with a sliotgun STRUCK LIGHT> ING. Three Little Boys Killed During a Storm In Newark, O NEWAttK, O July violent wind and rain storni struck Monroeville, in this countj, at 6 o clock tonight, doing terrible damage The lichtning struck Otto Goldner s house killing three Willie and were sitting on a lounge The electricity came down the cMinney, Otto was badlj burned about the face and body "Uttheothertwo were not much SA 1.1 ATOK'S TIME Banquet makes the Mile and a Mo--. MOUTH PARK, N J July was dry and dusty Bnt four horses went to tha rout for the Stockton stakes at a mile and a uarter Tournament was the favorite vvitlt ianquet a strong second and Sir John the out- sider The favorite and Banquet had the race selves the w hole waj, and at the end Banquet rew out and won half a length in the reccrd- reakmg time of 2-033-4 This is the fastest timo ver made m thia country for a mile and a quar- er the best previous tune filing Salvatorts 205, nade at match wrtbi Tennj Banquet is a bay geJding v imp Kajon d Or out of Ella. At Brooklyn May he ran fifth in the handicap which was won bj Casauis On, lav JOth, at the meeting he won the sweep- takes lor three year olds one and one sixteenth uilea with 115 pounds up defeatin and declare In theBolmgbrook handicap at tbe New ork track Juno 7th he ran lifth to Ljsim my. )n June 1 nh he finished [third to Judge Mor- ow in tha vo unteer handicap In the realization he secured third place Tournament won n 2 as to the correctness of tho ime of Banquet is expressed b> manj who wit leased the race it hems argued that the timers id not catch the start before the I ad run a m m 1 airv who beat salhe McClelland length Time 1 ll Third race Stockton stakes 500 artded milo ,nd a iiuarter starters Banquet 108 11 Tournament 4 to 5 Sir Jonu 12 to 1 Devt o 111 (Anderson) 6 to Tournament and Banquet made all the running, -nd 111 tbe grand finish Banquet won by half a eugth, with Tournament eight lengths before Sir Tohn Time, 2 0; 4 fourth race one mile Kenwood won Taviston econd Belinda third Time l 41% Fifth mile and a furlong bam Wood won Penwince second Brussels third Time 1 Jj6 Sixih race six furlongs, Beaut> won, roxford, second, Boughrum thud_ Time 1 15. HANKI1SS S HORSES Josephii------------ but was not injured Tlie Sun's Cotton Review. NEW YOKK, Jul> 17 opened at an ad- vance of two points on near and four points on distant months, closing steady at an advance of sixteen points on Julv, eleven points on August, and seven to nine points on the other months from closing prices There. w s a squeeze on July contracts -which waa felt in the earn months because it admonished the bhorEs for August and September, that thev__are not yc out the south, including Texas, but thev were trenerally light showers and mere sprinkles, no enouch to alford relief to the drought wliieh is felt more or less in nearl> all parts of the cotton retnon The urgent demand and higher price for the cash article also strengthened the market. Cot ton on spot was quite active for home tion with some export demand at 1 IGc adv ance TJfco Storms of yesterday. July thunder storm this afternoon and. tonight did a great deal o damage to property m eastern Pennsylvania, Jersey and New York, Telephone telegraph and electric light wires suffered faeaviH A few are reported of death or severe injury by light mnc. and a couple of of drowning occurred on flie DelawareSavor by the capsizing of boats and small yachts _______ Everything Settled. 'LxnnsvmJK, July temporary adjust- ment of the stake of the T-omsville aad Nashvill switchmen aad hrakemen, made ten dajs ago today made permanent The men are con. ceded a large share theit May Be Ruled Off tue Traclc. CHICAGO July 17 dissatisfaction has een expressed bj horsemen from the south and elsewhere with the way in -winch things hava been going at the races at Washington park dur- ng the present meeting This diasatisfaction ifl chiefly directed toward the running of Chicago >Iea owned by George C Hankina a pell known gambling house keeper of this city. ilis horses been in and out in a most remarkable wav and thf1 papers of the city, jegmmng with expressions ot mild astonishment. lave come to outright denunciation The run mng of fcdjitalene of that btable, ,he other dav when he was beaten Atticus eame in for such severe criticism that the management has taken the matter un and _ making an investigation Phere are threats made thnt unless Hanking is expelled none of tna southern stables will be represented here next season The event of todav at Washington park was the ;hird race the Hvde Park stakes worth abouC ?11 000 the richest event of the west outside of ;he American derby The winner Balgowan was 1 complete surprise to the knowing Rej Del iley, the favorite finishing third The track waa fat-t 1 iret rat-e mile and a sixteenth won. Lizzie D second Meckie H third Time 1 50 Second one mile Anne Lliaaheth won, second Piophecv rhird Time J 42% Tnrdriee Hj de 1'ark it ikes sweepstakes for vo vear old" foals of 1888, three quarters of a mile btartLrs Ke> Mary C Mount Joy. Thomas Mackins, Phclera, tfagli Tariff, Long tunp Malgowan Sir Abner T-orerunieT KiijCman I algowan won, Kuigman, second Kev Del 3tcj third lime 1 16 lourfcarjxe one mil" and a quarter Heron won, r oodcraft second i rinee i ortuaatus. third 2 It) t lith race one mile and a furlong starters Bal- Ijhoo and Barnev Barn v won Time 2 00 Tlie Baseball Games. At Br od -Boston 12 its 5. err rs 4 (1 K 2 1 afC hits er- roru 4 Bather tirn uudMuiihj Bald- in and 1 ure 1 Vt 1 C hits, errors inciiiniti J base hits 8 errors T. and Bennett [Humes and Har- rington I At I nusMllp Loilsvillp 6 base h er- ror-s 1 Svracusc 4 liiLB 14 errurb 0 Bat and M eekbeeker, Iveefe and At New rain stopped lav New >rk 4 babe hita 1_ errors 4 Cleve- .iid 4 h LSG hits G 3 and Miirphj and Zimmer New 8. ba-e 1 its 12 err J err and irrf 11 At Toledo 5 base hits 4 J Rochester 1 ase 6 errors 3 Bat- ily and Itojers Barr and Mcf.uire At 1 hiladeli [Brotherho jtl Philadelphia, base hits 10 crrtrs 3 BuTalo 2 base hits 8 errors 2 and Kallmau, Had- dock and Mack At 1, base hits 13, errors 2 Chicago, 5 base hits 14, errors 2 and Clements, Luby and At fi base tiits 9 errors, 5 1 rooklyn 0 hits t error- 4 Batteries __McCullough and t >y Chamberiin and Doyle At hase hits, 14 errors Bio klv n 5 hits fa, errors J. er and Decker Terry and Dalv Atllrooklvn 1 Brotherli >od  rs J 1 ittsburff 2 base hits 4 Keefe and aughu Oalvin The Savan S vv ANNAH, Ga July 1' Bruuswicfc and Charleston carried off the honors in today's ocean regatta Oracle of Brunswick won tha Tybee pennant and the nrst prize of Sopliia, Amelie.of Charleston, won the second prize S150; Teletrram of Brunswick won the third prize, The other pilot boats in the race were, Neca and Marv Odcli of Savannah and Uriah Timmons. of Dobav There was a wind throughout, and the race was close and e-vcitlng The Gracie won by superior seamanship The Sophie Amelio showed tbe best sailing qualities Telegram lose her main and foretop masts almost at the finish. Savannah was deeplv the ISeca was conndentlv expected to win. Her captain attrib- utes his defeat to the loss of a 310 in the first ftva Sophie beat the Telegram one minute and nine seconds The ecato was only one second behind the Telegram Tlie telegram claimed a foul ou the faophie but withdrew it The courtac thirtx three miles was covered in the Quickest time ever three hours and sixteen minutes Colonel J R Saussy presented the nurses and pennant in an eloquent speech The Frances Elizabeth of Charleston held the pen- nant last vear The Odell came ID fifth Timinona last Intense interest was taken in the race, aud. a great deal of mone> changed hands Cblcago Will Gain By It CniCAGO, July 17 ordinance granting the use of the lake front as part of the site for Uio world s fair was passed last night by the city couiicil Amendments requiring the use no less than 150 acres there, mv olvmg the filling in of at least 100 acres of the lake, free of expense to tha city, v% ere adopted, _ __ _ 2 E LE GRAPH BREV1 TIES The Russian government has ordered the ing of four new ironclodb Two blocks of houses wrere destroy ed Uro a6 Hot Spnngs, Ark Wedne-da5 Violent and j jcsterday after- leutovrn, Pa and latterplace wrere feUed noon Tour personftaung to the ground by of the census officGf rough count of tha terday come the atyof New Tha result populatiopukitionof an increase; shows the last decade, IFWSPA.PK   

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