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JUrtholomn Kost, the Austrian accused
effthe murder of hi llsnce, Mary Vodlcka,
io Uoraiany. left Chicago lu charge of de
teetlvet, who will ink i) him to Berlin to
BRr the ebnrge of murder.
A Chicago delegation, bended by Mayor
Harrison, enllod on Aduilrnl Dewoy In New
'York, and nvlted him to coma to Chicago lu
hi own time.
, JVer. Kbeuizcr Krskluc, pntor of Ilia Dig
"Hprlog Presbyterian Churcb, lu Carlisle.
Jau celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of
Tbeolty of Now York was Invlably deco
rated for the marine pageant In honor of
Dewey. Governor lloosevclt officially wul
'mard blm to the State, and General Mer-
jrltt, a commander of thn Department of the
iXasl, paid blm an oftliilnl visit, Oruernl
Mies and the Washington committee also
National Commander Minir, of the Grand
iArmy, In an address in veterans at Topeka,
Kansas, characterized ibosn having chnrgo
( thn Dewey paredo III New York, na narrow-minded
Captain Btreeler, who for years hns held a
rdat of ground formed ly diiinplnsa Into
J.ak Michigan at CHcngo, has been Indicted
lugether with some of hit followers, ou the
ebnrge of conspiracy.
I'oll e Jnaiice Tomlln In Norfolk, iloclared
tbe law Invalid Imposing n fun of three dol
ors ou all x rapt locally owned beats en
tering Virginia port.
Kdltnr Horace While, of the .New York
JCvenlng Post, soys I hut ho believes Dewey
won d aecepl a nomlnallou for President, If
I'.t.-r J. Htnlth, aged twonty-nlne years,
affl'ot.d with rellidon mania, trli-d to burn
kimself to death lu 1'aliinouul Park, Phila
delphia. tdierl Stubllng and William Mill were
acquitted lu W'arreiitou, Vs., of the churgo
f ueniiltlng Winnie Tate, colored.
Mir. Jacob Simmons, manager of n hotel
u Crook, was murdered near Mnr
'lliiton, W. V., by Jerome K;lllson.
Julia Morrison, tha actress, wit Indicted
ly the II o.tlnnooga grnud Jury for the mur
der i h'riuil: Leldeu, the manager.
Rx whliM unmp were given a brend-and-hhW
dot, nnd thirty days lu the cbulu
4'iMiir lu Alexandria, Va.
Dyuamlte wax used to release the steamer
nVeuse, which stranded at the mouth of tho
Ana- L. Allen, former private secretary to
Kpenker lined, was nominated ns bl succes
aor la C uuxr-ne.
Jo Detroit, Michigan, Urn. Clara Ubelurr
gave her three children morphine, and tried
10 kill herself.
lsislmp Potter severely arraigned the In
Mead ig tendencies to secure divorces, lu
Id address beloru tbe Annual Convention
of the l'roteslaiu Eplsoopiil Church of the
Dloeeee of New York.
Decease of the scarcity of eoko, tbe Fed
rial Hteol Company hiid the American Steel
wd Wire' Coaipnny will emi t ovens nnd
ntnke ihelrcoke, near Morgnutown, W. Viu
Thre new cnea of yellow fever were re
fwriKl la Jiiuknon, Miss., and two at New
Orleans. There wore two deaths and forly-
ciiaa hi K. y West.
Illi lmrd H;i ut and Frank Thompson waro
anwt.d In Wilkeaburr.', Vn for making
mud pawing i-ouuterlelt money.
Tue Eat Htroudsburg, P11., glasi factory
'-resumed woik on the co-opt mtiou pluo,
villi iinL-uuion labor.
'I hre mm were futnlly scalded by tbe
I'Mii-.iiitf of tbe boiler lu u sawmill, neur
I'.titu. i foidlown, N. C.
VN. T. Nubia killed Stephen J. C.irguluer,
In luwudea county, Ala.
. The village of Kresgevllle, Ta., was nearly
' wiind out l y llr-.
! Tbe New Y.-ik Central westbound pntsen
erUHiu collided with au en-tuouad freight
'Ivalu at Wheelers Brid.e, New Auburn, N.
Y. Four men were killed, and severul In
jured. The rupltul'Kutlon of tha stock of the
American Window Glaus Company, the
Clssemiiiiuliiutiirers' coiui Inn, Is 17,0,.0,000,
ad the stuck has leen oversubscribed.
Leonard I), lint oden wua found guilty In
fUnsaa City, M i., of lorglng n draft lor
16,000, and sentenced to ten years In the
Arci.llilahop Chnpelle, of N"w Orleans,
hsu beeu iippolntt'd Apotollo Jelegnte for
Tbe twenty-eighth nnnunl reunlou of the
Amy of tbe Cumberland ws held at
M Helen Gould bus glvon iH,250 to the
lWey Home luud.
At Wi.kei.bKrr -, pa., Mrs. EllEabeth Dele
jaater, while nnury, nccused her husband of
laving committed it rnurd -r of which lie
tiad been acquitted Iweiitj-Ilve yeurs ngo,
and he admitted It.
fraii k Veunerholin was nrrestrd at Jnme?
owo, N. 1',, i-hurged with the murder of
Xially Adolpbaon, a young woman, whose
Ibody was found at Falconer, a neighboring
ieorge W. Trnvers, of Menvers, Del.,
though prolably futnlly allot Irom ambunb,
declined to moke nny stiileuieut with refer-
to ih" olri'um-tniices.
"Mrs. Ilo teUhO Hit"bliigs wai arrested In
Sorfolk, Vh., lor abdin ting her ,owu child,
wlili h the court bad given Into tbe custody
f the latln r.
Cincinnati street rnllwny employes will
sisk au ndvanoe lu wages and the right to
It down wnlle the car uie ruuulug In tbe
The governors of six sttntes, with their
sal. Itary atnlTs, will Join President Diaz, of
Hi xico, eu route to Chluago, nnd act a bla
M Jullii Dent Ornnt was mnrrl'd to
Trlnee Cantaouaene, of It is.la, accoidlng
to th" rl'.e of ihe Greek Church, at New
M'ri, II. I.
Pip miiu Frnnk Barrett died from Injiirlea
a-eeelv d HI the I urulng of the lioS.lt il of
fit. Yiuient d - Paul in Norfolk.
There wnsn large at tei ileneeatthe funeral
f Absoloiu Keeler, who wit kllb d for his
woney, near Maguuila.
Five now building of the National Farm
Behoo1, controlled I y Hebrews, at Doytea
town, I'll., were d d cat. d.
Mine Harada, a Japanese womnn, applleil
lor untura is .tiou papera In N"W York.
William U. Ponton, teller of the Dominion
JJei.k in Napauee, Ontario, was ai quitted of
Uiei'baige of cuuiplti liy lu the rubbery of
Ike bank. .
tix passenvers were killed and five In
jured In a collision on the 1). 1 v r and liio
tirand'' 11 HrOHd near Florenec, Col.
Tft- Oniiaro and A ton Hunted express
va wreeked at Klkhari, Iud., and two pas
vnireri ei-riotiely it J 11 r d.
Albert J. Ear.uig, of Chlciiiro, was elected
f rlil 1 t of Ihe Cnlongu, Milwaukee and
. P. u Hallway.
'i o men w. i.i killed mid several i Jureil
ty Ihe exploding of uu oil well near W !,
William N ine, of Craleys Ta., died from
lookjaw resulting from treudiug ou a rurly
Hugh Thompson was tevorely wounded
I j a mau named Miigniro lu a dii-ll wl:li
. ewoid-, in the lorn.ei' photograph galleiy
' t F.au Claire, W.s.
J.illa Morrison, uu actress, shot uud killed
"mi.U L tdou, au actor, ou Ihe stage of lb
,r ra House, at CbnttauoogH, Ti iin.
tf'-'n body of Mrs. Frederick Ilrldges, n
a ml j of Mrs. Andrew Cururgle, was louud
I 'klll pond at Oyster U y, L. I.
Vity 1 eople ware Injured by an fle.
ipy jumping the track at Carthaiiv, M".
yCttrmk In the Standard Oil Company's
v ,f Use eansud giat loss to the comnaov.
(IP IN Tl
A Wonderful Greeting to the
THE MARINE PAGEANT-
A Never-to- be-Forgotten Sight I
on the Water.
FIREWORKS AT NIGHT.
How tlm fireat Admiral Ultra Himself
Willie lie Was Hie Central Keel lite Upon
VVMcli Ilia Styes of the I'nnlitleea 1'him
sands Were Tnrneri He Heinalned ('nn
stantlvnn the Mrlilire of Ilia Olympla
How He Impressed Those Who fttmllail
Him Tin Applause or Cheer for 8amp
un, Whose r:Rri Were f?onstHlitly
Ureeteil II h Calls for Admiral HcliUy.
New York, 1 Special.) -"Is he bereV Well,
it's like Dewey !"
This wa nbout what the average New
Yorker said Tuesday when he beard that the
hero of Manila bud arrived iu the lower
Just na ho had stolen in on the Spaniards
at Manila, the bold Admiral steamed luto
N-w York waters enrly lu the morning, and
utfl A. M. he cast anchor near Handy Hook.
The Orst shout of welcome was Irom tbe
pilots nud crew of Pilot Hunt No. 7, IS miles
south of the Hook lightship. It linppened
to be Tllot Johu Peterson's turn, and at O.iiO
A. SI. he was put aboard the Olymplnnnd
brought here urotiud the Hook and Into tho
Tho murine observers along the coast bad
lighted tho Olympla In the first light of the
morning. The shore batteries of Fort linn
cock, manned by gunners called from break
fast, let loose 17 guns. The flagship replied
and let go ber anchor not far from where the
Clip challenger Shamrock is moored.
Tho Admiral was In bis own country
agnin, after 113 months absence. Tbe pilot
had takun him the Sunday New Y ork papers,
nnd soon bis cnblu was Uttered with the
Illustrated "Dewey editions," which to
gether made hundreds of pages In blnck and
whlto and lu colors, all concerning the grent
Admiral and tbe preparations aade to re
"It almost snddsns me," he said, "to see
what my people are doing for me. The
pride and gratillcation are Immense and I
cannot express the appreciation I feel. I
did not know, I did not really perculve tbe
splendid welcome that my countrymen are
giving me. Tbe Governors of many Htatoe
are coming to sue me, and troops from
Florida, Georgia nnd other far away States
are on their way-to take part In receiving
Th . Admiral stroked the head of a tawny
hnl' dog, a Chow dog of a Chinese breed
fiat Is one of bis favorite pets.
'Bob here," be auld, "Is not well, lie
yearns to be ashore. He Is sick' to got a
little grass and to sonmper around. 1 feel a
good deal that way myself. I am mighty
glad to get home. It Is not good for a mau
any more thau a dog to live on shipboard
for 23 mouths."
The Admiral said be felt tired, but be did
not look so. Ills complexion is a clear
bronze, bis bnsel eyes are bright, bis bear
ing is brisk nnd rather Jaunty. Home deep
lines are under bis eyes aud around his
mouth, but bis voice Is slhgularly clear and
Tbe hero's whole presence Is that of n
mnn In bis fulloit powers. His manner Is
gentle and kind.
Alluding to bis arrival two days ahead of
tbe time be was expected, the Admiral
"I am sorry that I am abend of the
schedule. The Olympla has beeu steaming
at tbe uniform rate of 10 knots so hour
since wo left Gibraltar. Several days ago
we knew that we would arrive before
Thursday unless we moderated our speed or
went somewhere out of onr course.
"Captain Lambertou, Lieutenant Driimby
and I bald a consultation. The propriety of
running into Iliunptlon Itosds or some other
port In tbe South wai spoken of. but we
ooncludud that we ought not to touch land
fliHt anywhere except nt New York. Ic was
suggested that ws cruise some dlstunco out
side) New York harbor until Thursday, but
we knew that If we did thut we would be
discovered nud reported. The weather
looked a little squally, aud it seemed to be
better inside tbe Hook than outside.
"But the consideration that really decided
ns to come Into port was to give Captain
I.iimberton a chance to clenn up the ship
belore our voyage up the bnrbor. Captain
Lambertou and I are proud of tbe Olympla,
aud we wanted enough time at our anchor
age to rub ber dowu and make ber look
iplnk hnd span."
Tbe Olympla looks as smart now as n
yacht. Her iinobors were hardly down be
fore ber crew were washing the ship's
white sides and touobiug up the stains wltb
BULKS Of MIIP8 IN LINK.
Vassals of War and I'aaea Passed Until
th Kya Was Tired.
New York, (Speulnl.) Three leading
events marked the Orst day of tbe Dewey
celebration. Of these by far tbe rucst im
portant was the superb parade of warships
in triumphal prnoesslou from Tompkiusvllle,
8. I., up tbe Hudson river to tbe Graut
tomb. Besides the warships, lad by tbe
liuno white cruiser Olympla, with Dewey ou
tbe brldue, there were hundreds of other
oraft, all gaily decorated lu bonor of the
In addition to the resident population of
New York, It is e-tlmu'.od tbut 2,00 i.OJU visi
tors were In the city to see the purude.
Most of them w rs able to do so,
" Atoulblnir," said Admiral Dewey, ns
M'AIN'a CAIIINKT OUT.
Polavtrj and Vlllaverd Could Not
Agree Upon Matter of Craillt.
Msdrld, (By Cable.) The Spanish. Cabi
net has reslu-ned ns tho result of Irreconcil
able differences among theMliileters regard
lug proposal for national defense.
This declelon wns taken nt n Cabinet
oouucil, Thu chief subject under consider
ntlou was Hi" scheme of the Mlnhter of
War, Lleut.-Gen. Cumllo p.ilnvb ja, for au
extraordinary on dlt to be used iu Increas
ing and strengthening fronil r foriinciitlons.
The Minister of Finance, Senor Vlllnverde,
win. unable to atr o with thu suugestlous
of General Polavleja, aud a ministerial
cr'si billow d.
The Silvelii Mlnlslrr, which was con
st' u ed 00 March 3, lB'J'J, was mude up as
Pre-ld-nt (f the Council Kenor Dou
Minister of Foreign Affairs Marquis
MinUter of Justice R-nor Buran,
Mlnlsbr of Finance Seimr Vlllaverd.
silnl-ier of tbe Interior Buor Halo.
Mlnl-tnrof War Ge neral Polavleja.
Mlulster vt Marine Admiral Gomez
Miulster of Agriculture, Commsro aud
Public Work lienor Cardenas, -
ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY.
he saw thu wonderful sight from the bridge
of tbe Olympla, His modesty did not de
sert him and he said nothing t( himself.
Next In Importance to the naval parade
was n dazzling Illumination at night of the
harbor, the city nnd the shores of tbe Hud
son, the F.sst river nnd New York buy. The
llluniinntlon was arranged by an official
city committee, and wa ourrlnd out ou n
scnlo whluh, it is said, had never previously
been attempted in this country.
Tbo third evont thnt marked the day oc
curred lu tho morning before the nnvnl
pnrnde, when Mnyor Van Wyck, accom
panied by tbe Governors of 11 number of
States, went down to the O yinpia on the
steamer Sandy Hook and extended an offi
cial welcome to Admiral Dewey.
Tho chief event of tho second day of the
celobratlou whs tbe land parad".
Gen. Charles P. Hoe, who lir. organised
Ihe parade, estimated that 23,103 men were
TI1K NAVAL, I'AItAUl:.
Vessels that Took Part and Their Po
sition In Line.
New York, (Special.) Seldom hns victo
rious klug or prince, comiug borne from
successful war, reoulved suoh a magnificent
greeting us overwhelmed A'dmlrnl Dewey
wheu be stood on the bridge of the Olympla
at the head of a mngnlllcent lleet ol steel
wnrdogs of the deep, followed by a thousand
vessels of pence.
Every ship was black with peoplo as tbe
parade sailed over the bright waters of the
upper bny and up tbe broad pathway of tbe
Hudson, whose banks were gny with mil
lions of flags and streamers dancing in tbe
The sky was bluo nnd the wnter rippled
under fresh wind that beld out flags straight
and Jsuuty. Tbo wharves and piers and
rooky heights and grassy knolls were oov
ireu with enthusiastic people, who strlved
to make their shouta board above tbe bed
lam of tooting whistles. As tbe tomb of
General Grant, on ltlversids Drive, win
reached tbe fleet paid Its tribute to the mem
ory of tho warrior with a national salute of
21 roaring guns.
The fleot then anchored and reviewed the
almost eudleM procession of craft that
steamed post, nil so burdened with human
ity thnt they looked as If they would "turn
turtle" belore they got back to their piers.
.toward the end the parade became disor
ganized, and it took hours for the hetero
genous tlotlllu to got by. Darkness nt lost
brought relluf to the tired Admiral, who
bnd stood on the bridge six hours, bowing
bis acknowledgements to the stentorian ex
pressions of homage.
New York bus never witnessed before any
thing approaching this wonderful demon
stration. Tbe Columbian naval parade, the
dedication of tbe Grant tomb aud the re
ception of tbe North Atlantio squadron Inst
fall, nil pale belore tbli glgitntlo ovation to
tbe Bailor who, In a single mornlug, destroyed
an enemy's fleet without tho loss of a man
or a ship. It Is uot beyond the mark to sny
tint 3,000,000 persons viewed the pngonut
Irom ashore, aud tbut 250,000 were tillon'.
Tbo parado was an linuiuuse marine pic
ture, 11 water pugennt, that appealed to the
rye as a painting rather than u drnma.
- Tbe vast gathering of vessels maintained
np average speed of eight kuots au hour,
but ho mugnlllueut was its urea that the Im
pression was one of exceedingly slow and
stately movement. The picture was con
tinually cuuuglnr, but It melted so steadily
and in such measured rbytbm from form to
form that the Beuse of aiotlou was largely
Too Olympla, escorted by Mnyor Vau
Wyck's steamer, the bandy Hook, was lu
the lead. Bank uf her at a 400-yurd Inter
val enme the New York, then tbe powerful
Indiana uud Massachusetts, the dent-footed
Brooklyn, the sturdy old Texas, thu rakish
yacht-like Dulpulo, the old Lancaster, a
rallo of another naval age, the powerlul
Chicago, nud finally, the Utile Mnrlettu, the
rear guard of the lighting craft. Beuind
stretched the transports, and further still,
almost lost In miles of distance, the yacht
aud miscellaneous craft.
New York. (Special.) The parade started
from quaruutlue at 1 p. m. The police bout
t'atrol was lu the lead, with the fire-boats
New Yorker nod Van Wyck, The Olympla,
flagship of Admiral Dewey, aud the steamer
Waudy Hook, having ou buari Mayor Van
Wyuk and representatives of the ultv of Now
York, followed side by side. Alter these,
the following order was maintained:
Chlengo, protocled orulser, flagship Hoar
ABOUT NOTliU I'KOI'I.B,
;.,nrsball Field, of Chlcugo, Is to build and
present a library to hi nutive town, Con
Dr. W. G. Starr, tho new preildent of
llaudolph-Macoii College, is a uatlve ol Vir- I
gluts, and Is M years old. Ue Is a graduate 1
of ltundolph-Miicoii College, nnd has long
been ranked us one of the moat brilliant
Methodist ministers of the South.
Tom Hal), the humorous writer iu Life, a
few year 111(0 signed his iiatiie as L'i'Ut,
Wlninrop Hall, U. S. A. Ho retired from
the Army to devote himself to writing.
During the Spanish War he was llrst lieu
tenant iu the Uoiigb lilders.
Mgr. Vulboiiesl, Just made titular Bishop
of Argos At the nge of 81 years, I the !
youngest bishop lu tbe Uouniu Catholic
Church, Nuxt to blm coma Mgr. Macurio,
Coptic Patriarch of Alexandria, til years of
nge, who baa been a bishop four years, nnd
Mgr. Posserlul, Vb ar Apoxtullo to Chluu, 33
years of age, and also four year a bishop.
Among the minister' sous who have
"amounted to something" are Senator Haw
ley, Iilchsrd Watson Gilder, tlenry James,
George Brituoroft, Oliver Wendell Holmes,
Presidents Cleveland aud Arthur, Vloe-l'r-s-Ident
Morton, ball a dozen Beuators and 40
New York, armored cruiser, flagship Beal
Ad nlral Sampson.
Indiana, Intlle-sblp, first-class.
Massachusetts, batllc-sblp, first-class'.
Texas, battle-ship, second-class.
Brooklyn, armored cruiser.
Lancaster, guntiery ship.
Scorpion, auxiliary cruiser.
Torpedo-boat, Porter, Dupont, Ericsson,
Hevenue cutlurs, Manning, Algonquin,
Gresliaro, Wiudom, Ouondasa.
Transport Sedgwick, MiPuerson, Mc-Ciellan-
Hospital Bblp Missouri.
Steamer Moutnouib, with representatives
of the Naval Mllltiu of New York, and
followed by tbe other vastu s of the Nuval
Official bouts of the oily, General Slocum
and Glon Island, Willi general committee of
citizens; steamers Mt.unt Hope, Warwick,
First divUlou, escorting column, compo!
ed of nluety-llvo steam yaobts, uuder com
mand of Cummodere J. l'lerpout Morgan,
with the flagship Corsair. Blr Thomas
Llpton's Erlu lead the starboard oolumn nud
Howard Gould's Niagara tbe port column.
Among the othor yachts wu tbe JotephUe
and Nourmnhnl, tho American uud Snppblre,
Columbia nnd Mitradn, the Huliuus, Whlto
Ladye, Wuudu, Oneldn, Katrlnu, aud
The second division of the escorting col
umn was composed 0' the merohuut marine.
Thu first section was preceded by the Buuua
Ventura, thu llrst prize captured lu tbe
The first eight sections of tbe merchnnt
marine wns composed of about seventy
steamboats. The Inst four sections was
composed of from thirty to forty propellore.
The thirl division of the escorting col
umn wns made up ol nearly 100 barges, tugs,
propellers aud unattached vessels.
Kmplre state Utllnlal Welcome.
Admiral Dewey and bis offioers and mnn
ou the Olympla were formally welcomed to
the state of New York by Governor Itoose
Velt and the chief officers of the Nations!
Guard of the atute. who went down the bny
ou (idoerat Francis V. Oroenu' yacht Wild
Duck. Besides tbe governor, there were In
thu party other, men whose grasps of tbe
Admiral' bauds were something more tbnu
formal. General Francis V. Greune, who
went with tho governor, Is n Manila cam
paigner, nnd for the llrst time since tbe
Admiral luft tbe harbor of Muulla be shook
bands with some of thu captains who com
manded veesels lu bis squadron on May I,
lb'.IK. ThobO wore Captain Wildes, of the
Boston; Cnptitlu Dyer, of the Baltimore!
I'aptaiu Wood, of the Petrel; Captulu
Walker, of the Concord; aud Captain Cogh
lun, ol tbo Kitlulgb, Others who accom
panied the governor were the members of
the stair of thu State Mllltln, Brigadier
General Avery B. Audrews, Military Secre
tary Treadwull and Captulu J. W. Miller,
commanding the State Nuval Militia.
Governor lioosevelt was received with a
salute of thirteen guus. He wn met at tbo
gangway by Admiral Dewey, who conducted
him to bit unbln. Wheu the governor left
the Olympla he was taken to the New Hump
shire, of the Nuval Mllltiu, where he held a
(ilVKN TIIKIll MKDALS.
Three Hundred and Firtv Gallant Men
Jtr.iitve Their rlronxe Kinblem.
New Y'ork, (Special. ) Three hundred nnd
fifty nieu who fought under Dewey nt
Muulla were presented on board the Olym
pla with the bronze medals uwarded them
by Cougruss. Before geuernl quarter was
sounded all visitors were excluded from tbo
ship and launches or bouts were not per
mitted to come neur Ihe gangways until
ufleruoon. Captain Lambertou mude tho
presentations, pinning a medal ou the breust
of oaah mau ns his name wns called. Tho
medals boar the Admiral's face lu relief.
Admiral Dewey's Chinese servants were also
Arrested an serious Chars.
Humllu, V. Va., (Special.)-Ira Perry, of
Wilson's Kw lu ll, was nrrested near here,
charged with haviug commitied 11 criminal
iissuult ou hi owu daiiL'htei , who Is scarcely
8 years old. Tho warrant was sworn out
by Perry' uldest daughter. Feeling 1 vi ry
strong ugalust per"', and he was taken to
Huntington for 1 nfekeoplng.
VICTORY" TOI'PLISI) (IVfclt.
She Lost Her Head lu High Wind Kecausa
Mie. Wa So ThII.
New York, (Special.) Au accident hap
pened to the Hunt "Victory," which, with
the II nit "peace," was anchored oil tho
The head, thu wines and nn arm of Vic
tory were bloau nil by Hie wind nud dropped
into the river, Thu llgure was ou an Im
mense scow, A framework built upon tho
scow supported plaster figure of heroin
size. At the bow ol the float was u fluure ut
Neptune driving four sou hcrius. Neptune
was iiO (cut high, and the sen horses rose
ubovu the surface of the float In proportion.
AtteiiilMl to Mioot h rainier.
Buenn Vltn, Va., (Speolal.) Diulol Mont
gomery, a negro, wa lodged In Jail at Lex
ington under churge of attempting to shoot
William F. Davidson, a larnier of South
Hlver, near Ducu.t Vista. Davidson wns at
work cutting corn when the uegro came
along nud was ordered ofT, and lu a contro
versy which followed the negro brought a
gun to hear ou Davidson, who knocked It
aside with the corn cutter. TheguU' dis
charged, the necro secured tbe corn eutter
and dangerously wouuded Davidson, rutting
open Id bead. Davldaou lu turn mauled
tbe ticgro wltb n rock uutil taken awny by
some of bis bands.
CHEAT LAND PARADE.
Enthusiastic Hosts Pay Hom
age to Admiral Dewey.
A BRILLIANT SUCCESS.
From Rarly Morning Until I.ale In the
Kvenlnar Hi Hero of Manila Was Kept
Mnsr Kecelvlns; the Attention of HI
Worshippers Presentation nf a Laving
Cup bjr Ih City of New York.
New York, (Special.) Tho land parade
enpped thu ciimai. The city, State nud
nation united lu ouu vast demonstration
worthy ol the hero of Manila.
The earth trembled beuoath tho tread of
50,000 men, and tbe air wa torn with the
shouts of millions. The naval parade waa 11
magnificent nnd superb spectacle, but the
wonder of modern times wns the great land
parade. Thou-nud of proud men of our
land and sea forces, mlllilii of 10 Stales and
the v. tenuis of the Civil a id Spanish wars
swelled the procession and gave It tho dig
nity In slz9 Hint It boated in sentiment.
Walls of people miles long stretched down
Iho line of march ou either eld a deuse,
inproirnuhle mass. Fifth avenue, from
I'ift)-nlntb street to the Washiuvtiui Arch,
nt Fourth street, where the parade disband
ed, wns solidly packed with spectators, who
overflowed luto tbe building-, windows nud
on the roof lines, sat lu embrasure and
Along Broadwny whero It crossed the
n ven no the sky-scrnpera wore ns crowded nt
the top as nt the bottom, nud fur blocks
down the intersecting streets tenants bung
from tho windows and (Ire-escapes, and mul
titudes of thj'in were 011 lb roofs lying flat
on their stomach peering down.
For hour they waited patiently and good
nalur. d.y to see Dewey, and when thoy saw
blm they waited on uiiunnseliiiisiy for three
bouts aud 11 half while tbe procession
I'Usscd. Fur down this living lane tho col
umn marched while the air was gorgeous
with thu mist of biinaur and vibrating with
shouts of welcome and nd nlrutlou, the clut
ter of horses' hoofs when the cavalry sabres
flashed and plumes waved, the rumble of
urtlllery, the snarl of drus, th- clear-drawn
bugle cull and tbo blare of military band.
Seveuteeu aerial bombs Irom Ihe top of the
Waldorf-Astoria heralded tho approach to
tha reviewing stand in Madison Square.
The head of the pnrnde stuitid from
Grunt's Tomb at 11.15 A. M.
At thn given signal the platoon of police
advanced, clearing away the crowds thnt
overflowed Into the street. Some 11: tie dis
tance behind, 011 11 bay horse, rodo M J.
Gen. Charles F. Boo, N. O. N. Y., loilowed
by his stnfT. Then came Sour-' Band play
lug n spirited nir, and behind It was a bat
talion of sailors Irom tbe dympla.
Then followed the carriage containing
Admiral Dewey, by wbo-0 side was seated
the Mayor of the city. In response to tbe
cheers of the thousands of speclntora tbe
Admiral bowed right and left, and appeared
greatly pleased at tbe warmth of bis re
ception. Following were three carriages contain
ing Admiral Dewey's captains, then two
carriages abreast containing the personal
stall of tbe Aduilrnl.
Bear-Admiral H. L. Howison and Prol
dut Uiudolph Quggenhelmir, of tho Muni
cipal Couiroll, followed in n carriage, nud
lifter them came llour-Adtnlriil Howisou'
Then enme the carriage coutiilning Bear
Adailral William T. 8111111 son nnd President
Woods, of the Board of Aldermen, follow d
by eight carriages containing tbe eommaud
lug officers of Admiral Sampson's fl et.
Briir-Admlral John W. Philip, Cniii'iiiiiid.
nut of the Navy-ynrd; St. Clair MeK-lwny
and Lleutenaiit-Commiinder 3. D. J. K-lley
occupied the next carriage.
First among the Governors came Tunnell '
of Delawure, then Stone of Pennsylvania.
Voorhees of New Jersey, MoSw-ouay or
South Carolina, ltu-aell or North Carolina,
Dyer of Kliod'. I-lun.l. McMillin i f Tennes
see, Bushnoil of Ohio, Geir or Oregon,
A'kluson of Wt-t Vrglnln, Blehurda of
Wyoming, and Wells of Utah.
Mnjor-Gnerals Miles and M-rritt and
nlde followed in carriage abreast, and
thun enme a carriage containing Bear
AdmirulH Joseph N. Miller A id Wu.lle d
The naval brigade of the North Atlunlle
fleet, commanded by Capt. Charles M.
Thomas, followed. I was lu seveu battul
ions, and mndo an Imposing appearance.
A brigade of tlio llrgulnr Army oamu
next, with Wast Point cadets nt the head,
and after tlmm a battal.on of enciiieers,
two battalions of lb- Fifth Artillery a
battalion of tho Suvenlh Artillery, and a
battalion of mount-d artl lory.
Following came the militia of thn various
States, wltb that of N' W York In the van,
coinmuuded by Governor llonsevelt with
Squadron A 11s escort. The National Guard
ol Now Y'ork Statu was under the immedliitu'
command of Gn. James MeLeer. A:ter
them came the Naval Mllltln, under com
mand of Captain Miller, with two I nttiilion
and n separate division, and lolilud them
the old guard of the City of N w York.
ALL Till:: CHKW FbltlMlt.1),
schooner Kclna, for VnKlnnil, Turned
llollom ,l i by the lle.
St. Johns, N. F., (By Cable.)- A diver ex
amined the Aui' rloBii schooner Kdua, from
Baltimore tor England with lumber nud
cargo, wliloh wu towed Into St. PI rre har
bor buttum up. having apparently turned
turtle durlug the recent gale.
Ho found her boats on deck, so tbut the
crew must have perished. The ves.ol's sails
nud rigging lire praetl ally intact. A wn
tiou of the deck loud remains II .vd under
her. She will probably Lu righted and re
I aired nt St. Pierre.
Hl.blied H Hank Nnfe.
8-diilliiM., (Special.) The safe of the
Blink of Houslonla, ill Hou-tonla, Mo., was
blown open by burglar. T'h- robiirs are
reported to have secured If 2 ,00, bin Cush
I'T W. F. Lougun says the tank lost only
01,100, principally lu gold ooin.
Narrow Itsrapa from Death.
Chambers' urr, Pa., (Sp. clul.) Frank
McDonald, aged eighteen years, mad" 11
inlinouloui tsoao fri.ni death here. Ho
attempted to board a Western Muiylnud
freight train, aid misled his fool In Id. Me.
Donald was t.'irowu to the tru"k. His left
foot was crushed so badly that iimpuintlou
of a portion of the member was neces-ary.
nlllieis' Wniie J neri.Hke,1,
IKuefUi.ll, W. Va., (Si.clal.) Tlie Indian
It dge Coal and Coke Company have ad
vanced the wages of It 1 Lht bti dred em
ployee ten per cent. A similar ndvaiicu was
in.idu July 1st,
Auslrlen t horueit . W 11 h Murder.
Chluuiro, (Speeliil.)Biirtl;iloinae Kiel,
the Austrian who Is nceu.ed nl the murder
of lis fl inee, Mary Vodleka, lit B i-men,
Gormimy, that he mltilit return to V. '111111,
Austria, to marry his present wife, Anna
Sclilim ra, left h-ro In chiirire of two ile.
tinllve, on his way back to G rinany ,0
answer the uliargo of iniinb r. Tun wormm
for whom he Is alleged to have done uiui
del', did pot accompany him.
Hotel Collihlnal loll.
Plttsl urr, Pa., (Special.) A movement !
ou loot to form a cninLluiulo.i of pbi 11 raj
hotels, with u capital of t3,00!),000. It Is
proposed to take lu ail thu largo uuiulr.
SI Oil MM IN INDIA.
Landslide anil Flood In Many Districts
- Ureal Los of Life.
Calcutta. (By Cable.) The great storm
of Sunday aud Monday, which caused de
structive landslides uud floods, gathered at
the head of the bay nt Calcutta nud tben
moved north, giving heavy rnlu lu Calcutta,
DlnaJptir, Itenvpur and Jalpnlgurl.
Its greatest fury was fnlt nt Dnrjeellng.
Simultaneously another storm gathered at
lisngpur and pasted westward from Purura
It Is estimated that between Daijuellng
nud Ktirscong alone .100 people bavo lost
Tbe line between Dnrjeellng and Honadu
will bo blocked probably for two months.
Doth the upper and lower PuglnJIiorss have
been carried away. A number of bodies
hnve beeu recovered on the Happy Valley
The soldiers of the Mttnster lieglment nre
smirching for bodies nnd clearing the ronds.
Jt Is reported that tho Teestn suspension
bridge has beeu broken nwny by the floods
mid thnt Knllmpong la tlictetoto cut off
Gangs of natives nud soldiers aro work
ing to clear the ronds. The storm appears
to have xtended all over the northern por
tion of llMignl.
Considerable damage lias nlsii been dona
ut hlllaurl, whore 11 number of wooden btits
and the'plngue camp have been destroyed.
Although tho delayed reports from many
sections prevent nccurnto estimates, it I
evident that the fatalities far exceed 300.
No fewer than 200 persons were killed in
the destructlun of ihu Plmol llaznar alone,
nnd as ninny ns 100 nt Dnrjeellng.
Tweuly-oue bodies hav beeu recovered
nt Tamsonghytes, whero it Is hollered that
another SO person have t oen killed.
TALK WITH IsKWKY.
Ul Crew, the Filipinos, and tho Pres
Idenry. New York. (Special.) The Kvenlnir Pot
Prints the following Interview with Admiral
"They ore n splendid lot." the Admiral
said, speaking of his meni "the very pick,
the finest in onr navy, nnd that means best
In the world. Before I got to Manila, the
archbishop, with whom 1 nfterwnrd beeame
very Intimate, said that the American sail
ors wre the scum of the earth, a blood
H irsly lot of cutthrnnts, who would destroy
evervthlng In their pnlb.
'Later on, when I illil gt there,"' said
th Admiral, with 11 knowing smile, "the
nrehl.Nhop enmo on hoard one day whlln
I had a battalion nt drill, the very sami
battalion that will parade In Nw York.
The nrehl Lhnp treat on the bridge nnd
watched them closely. I knew he was ad
miring them, nnd I snld to Mm: "Well,
what do you think of our American sail
"'Thy nre splendid.' h snid. 'I hnve
snn Iho men of mnt nnvles, but never nny
thing like thes. Thev nr roagninennt, I
ennnnt n' iWstand It ueh solend'd young
fellows. How does it happen V
" 'Well,' said the Ad nlrnl, 'we look for
thn b,.t rren. we some closer to our men,
we treat them better' thnn other countries
do, and we pay thm h-lrer." Then I called
n rrnn and sain) to Mm: 'How much do von
pet a month? II aalnt-d, nnd snld: 'Eltrhty
dollars, sir.' The nrehblshoo was aston
ished. Y'nn know t80 would pay a whole
shlidond o Spaniards. After that, the areh
Mhnp bnd a very e-rent respect for U", and
boenme vry friendly. Here I have a plc
tnr" of 0n, Liinn, which, wns given to me
by l'e nreMiNhnp,"
The Admiral then snt nn orderly for the
plcnir" nf the Philippine general, who wns
"murdred by ordr of Aviilnuhlo," as he
s ild. Th picture was that of n ngo In n
sort of mllltnrv uniform. On thn back wns
an le.erlntlnn In Sonnlsh to th Arnhl Ishop
of Mnnlls, Futber Bernardino Nesnlndo. it
wns slcned by Luna.
Admiral Dewy tan snld thnt Luna was
the he.t rrai the Filipinos hnd. "It wns 11
plot," be .aid, "to nnRnnte him. A crack
swordmnn waa p!ii"ed na sentry, nnd whn
Luna uopenr. d h slmplvsta' b"d bir. But
these Mlnws nil." snld the Aduilrnl, "are n
queer lot. Thev were simply servant nrd
stablemen, nnd A"iilnaldo wa n junior clerk
In the navy yard. He Is n prettv smart M
low. I know him pretty well. In fact, wa
were rrent friend'. There nre people be
hind him, some of them'lawyerH nnd n' la
fel'ow. who make n tool of Aeillnaldn.
Here, by Ihe way, Is n cnn wMoh i rr
sented to ire." And the Admiral produced
II thick l lnck s'lek, enrved. niil resembling
Irish bog onk ftor thnn anything else.
"I thoncht." snld tho Admiral, "thnt thi
thlnir In iho PMIIi.. In,, would be over lone
before this, na It abou'd hnvo beep, j can't
Imagine how they hnv" stood out until now.
.Of course. thre wns the rnlny sea'on, nnd i
suppose lmie win done. One grent trouble
out there has been thnt Gen. OMa hns Ir'ed
to do ton much. I told him so. He wants
to be general, rnvr"nr, judge, nnd every,
tiling else, 10 have bold of all the irons. No
man onn do this."
Trapeze. Performer Killed.
Chlcnirn, III.. (Speclal.)-Wallor Shniv,
while performing on n trapeze nt the CM.
cairo O era Hou-e, fell a distance of 15 feet
to th "tnge. Tn lnjurb-a he received re.
suited In death. was a member of the
team of Shnw Brother'. Th" other brother
was holding by his tenth n ring on which
Wnlter wo swlnulnp. no b t io the rlnp,
1 dropping Walter. The Injur, d mnn wns
I taken to his hotel, where he died. Th act
was the lift on the programme, and the
surtaln was dropped quickly. Several
women fainted when H'mw dropped, but
were soon restored to oousclousuess.
situation In Ksmnn.
Washington, (Special.) Tub Bnmonn sit.
( nation Is reported by officials ns much mors
menacing, because of thu iiumero is reports,
particularly those from G-rmuii sources,
that the Miilnafii natives are growing rtlv
and uro being Incited to another rebellion.
1'nero has been no official verlllentlou ol
these reports, but o IB' lal acquainted with
affairs there nud lu possession of the latest
liifoimittion credit the reports, and sny there
aro ludlciitlous that further trouble is brew
Confessed Another Murder. c
Pann, 11., (Special.) H-nry Brunnt, whe
Is lu Jail for tho murder of his aunt, June
Uriinol, confessed to 11 friend to the inllnl T
of M s. .Mary M. Intyre, who was niy-ter-lously
a inn here lust winter. He said he
had one uiore conTesslou to make uud Iheu
be wa ready to die.
ratal Itiilbllnir Collapse.
Cologne, (By Cable.) Considerable lo's ol
life wai can-, d by the col U-e of a building
III process of .'Onsi rue: Ion on the Wolfs 1 ra-se
It is bellev d that 10 persoua were killed.
Three bodies have been recovered.
serious Accident to Former Hnldler.
Norfolk, Va., (Special.) James Hix, ol
Hit city, who was a soldier lu the lute
Spiinisli-Aiui'rlenu war, waa perhaps fatally
shot wlille out hunting lu Dinwiddle County,
two lubes from Petersburg. JI tib d to
hang his guu on the limb of a tree by the
trigger, not knowing the guu was loaded,
Thn piece was exploit' d, the charge tailing
i-flVcl lu bis left baud, left leg, uud lower
part of al douien. v
The Brotherhood of Carpenters bas refused
lo grant the request of tbe Gertnuu local
unions of tl al Lc4. for an assistant secre
tary In tba Philadelphia office of the brother
bood who understand the Germua language.
A I- . , . ...
n narsuip irom rono: mco bh.-.j 7
returning political exiles to San b0V ( j
General Brault, chief of thaK,J-
of the French army died, aged
Germnu army plans Were stolen I
to France. 1
Mnx Rogls, an nntl-Hemltn (.A.Af,
tnrrlcaded himself nnd com nvuAUZit
glers, after Ihu fashion of Jules ;,
gone 10 opatu to escape arrest.
Thnil.nnJ. ....... I . I...... ,
thn nll.mi.l .. I., .1.1 ... ... ti . I
... UUJ ,iu nuii-nitr a. 15
Hon In Trafalgar Square, L iudon. 3 ftf
Tbo Portuguese authorities hnv, JiV'
mntlon concerning thn reported vrV
Delagon Bay to Great Britain. f lk
Tsn K I...A .. 1,.... f
...v iiMuuiru fivopiv perisuru In 1 '
quake In tbe dlsirlciof Atdln, In A. O
A largo proportion of the i:.... V '
sides wilb the Boers In their ill, (iff
urrni umnio. Herman f oreign y
viaip, uowever, say mat Geruiu.
polluonl or moral right to Interfsri
ihe iJreyfnsard", l'.iidlcals nnd .
will make nn attempt to hnve (,.
Gallllet ouslod Irom tbo French
A special train on tho Domlniii ' 'o0'J
Railroad wna ditched near Hiili,lnt'i "
number of Soldiers were ii.Jurcd. ''I'll I
The Portuguese minister at l.rAm 01
Pies thai Great Brltaiu is to tiibioini
ny. Igll a
President Steyn In nn addrenbl'ii
Volksraad of the Orange Free ifest.
cused Ihe British government of if.uloe
faith wlih ih. 'lv,... i if!,,.. . "ue
snud burghers lu tbe two repubiu, J8")
to tnko thu field when wanted.
Dreyfus arrived at the homo orr ?
brogue, bis brother-in-law, lu ( ' alt
Depnrtiueiit of Vnucluse, l rm over
French minis'.erof war Issued ni,Dn u
the corps commanders, declaring t:iime,'
Ins Incident closed. es bu
The Governor of Dahomey cul l. 1 1'eoc
French government mat the Friinci prea
cotumlrslon wa resisted by tho res'
the Togoland boundary. movt
Geuernl Harrison made seven, jrtor
points In support of Venezuela's vftri
his argument bulure tLo Arblirati.i,
The Czar and Czarina of Bussing; t t
Kiel, on tho Imperial ynclit, and ' j
uuslastlcally received by the Germ,' I!1
The Spanish Cabinet decided !illty
every possible retrenchment, ai d ea '
the Interest on the Cuban boud.M.0' 'J
paid by that government. I ns V
Preparations for war are being J6"'
lively pursued by the British nu:ilo 1
and the burghers declare thnt i .listo:
concessions will be mude. i 1 1 i II j
Gjura Kuezevlc, nccusod of ntts-t on 1
n-sttssinato King Milan, swoie tuiuaelig
no ocuompilcrs, but llred ou Mlmi, 0(nt
tonal revenge, ,
ti a i . th
Hundreds of persons were klll-,ust. ,
earit.quuke lu the valley of Mci.Lt
Asia Miuor. '
General Harrison continued Ills. .
before tbe Veuczuelu bouudury trii.'?nlI:
I'uils. the i
Czar Nicholas nnd tbe Czariua lei: !
hugeu lor Kiel. en'l
THK KAKTHOUAKK IN ALslO'at il
Tossed I'eople About, Mnashsil ul. ,
aud llnng a Church Hell.
Port Townnend.'Wnsb., (Speolnf xrit
cernlug the r.-o-nt enrlhquuke u ed
const of Alaska, ltev. Sheldon Jack) 'u
uiitionnl agent for Alaska, write ",.-
from Yuhutut, under date of Sepif:?
"The llrat shock was experlenoed I 11
day, September 3, but being sllgtiP18111
no niarin. During the following iM ''!
there were 52 distluct shocks, eimiXCili
nt il P. M. lu a shock so severe tlin it to
ol Yakutat were burled vlolcntljjroet
their rooms, or, if outside, they wens ot
to the ground. Pictures fell from v.', jjj
dishes nud crockery crashed on thifow
and bouses rocked nnd swnyed and I .
Tuo mission bell rang violently lu tl?' .
lug church tower. - ItJ1
"Panic stricken tbe Inhabitants tl"0'
tholr feet and attempted to flee to j0"-'1
only to be aguin aud again throaii liH
earth. Gaining tho hills nnd lonltlv.,
ward they were transllxed with Lerti
they saw approaching with tbe si'y.
race horse a great tidal wave, ap wj
eon ia noier mui wouiu euguu tne;r1A ni
and sweep away their homes. I1
shorn wns n-nohed the earth oneaiJ'
bottom of the harbor, and luto !hl r"01
the tidal wave spent Its force. TtK'0'
lUo villago from destruction." I tU
cVAMsII-AMKItlCAN 1SLAN0H i
George D. Gear, nn attorney of Hi iut
complained to the. Suite Depart:nei.t(f a'
system of slaverv Is being inuluHilntuJjojd
tlie coolies lu Hawaii.
An escaped Spanish prisoner nenl
American naval officer that LleuteLcj f
mure uud his nieu were being badly i
Philippine Insurgents derailed a t:LQ
Angeles and opened lire. Two A-P ' .
wero silled and six 'nsurgvuts. ?? '
G-iieral Oils untitled thu govemu j'0'''
church property was being respeoto!'' 5
troop In the 1'iiillpplues. ' but
A plan 1 under consideration nt:Be
Department to create un uriny dlv iiBi
the Pnlllpplui'S. , i
G uieayl Bates reported, as the rct.pade
trip iiinoug tho Hnutheru islands, btral
about four hundred rebels nt Zucjtho
retuse to recogulze American uuthoi
General Leonard Wood reported tija A
little progr ss bad beeu mude lu 'Jut
Principe since tlie war. i
Tho strike lu Havana baa assnmed.0j(
pro orlions, about 13,00 J workmeu w
lug Idle. j 1
The Chinese government, thro'
minister, lodued n protest with H
Depnrtment ngiitnst the exclusion of '
Irom the Philippines. 9
The Arnerlcun gunboat Pnmpango"
the Btiil-h steamer Y'ueii-anir, sm-i ""
llllbusterlng from Mu illii to Hong i 0
The cruiser Charleston, the moult U
lei-y nnd the gunboats Coueord int. t
bi infolded the town of Olnngoponin''' b
me iues and sailors, who destroyed .'(Car
guu beiougtng to the Filipluos, Oii-Jtj-can
was wounded III tbo ennftireiiuili - V
Tlm Buris'd.' left Barucon, Cu.'yjj
lug a u . u meuiiiuu, x i.fcM uiailiry
HH1.U OF LAUIiit.
Borneo tins petroleum,
Iowa ranks llrst 111 hogs.
There nre l.COO.O HI coal miners.
America has 11.217 union tailors.
Buffalo hns a woir.nu contraotor,
r. klu now bus uu electric railroad
Cnlcugu lathers hnve been locked
India muy become u producer of t:
Woolnlch Arsenal has n 103-ton m
T'okl.i Iron Workers' Union owns i
London plasterers get IU cents
Wie ellug has thirty-two stogy fao
Bulialo brlek layers get 43 cunts nl
N' w York vurulshers gi t (3 h
Chicago bas a Bohemian Lumber l-tntf
Stockholm hns 23,000 lelephonoi if cf.
0 10 Inhabitants. I)H
Pittsburg bonsls tho largest car mil ,
tilting plant, Ll
Every loaf of tread msdo In DenvNtj
tlie union stamp. 1
Wulle Liverpool bas greatly luor.fc tl
Importaucn us a shipping port, It'tjufc
years tt' ndby docliurd as a ship l 1
center. i i