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uth of Dan. A. L. ".'arson:
P. Parham: President of
.. Female Institute. James
jr ? student In Vanderbllt
1-nVv'ers'ity. J. K. McOullough.
IK District?T. H.
Revs. Lipscomb and Colon na | l^kr^^v^^^y- Mark?;
Retain Their Charges.
CONFERENCE C L 0 S E S|
BLOCK OF PART LOTS SOLD
a Number of Sales
Final l'roceedlees ofth? Methoftlot C
lerence. InttremlnE Report* Submit
ted. Showing Prosre*? Mude
la the Ynnt Year.
ALONG THE WATER FRONT
KntrHiiren :tnd Clearances at the Cotton,
Uou.Pi Lint of Ve neig Now In Port.
Other Marine Items.
.EN'DAR FOR THIS DAY.
?s ?:??. I Sun sets 4:!".l,
ater 5:i>4 A. M. and ?:29 P. M.
tier - A. M. and 12:20 P. M
vV A SM INGTON, Nov. 23?Forecast
r Thursday?Virginia: Fair; colder in
uth. rn portion; fresh northerly winds.
NORFOLK, VA.. Nov. 2:!.?Th
of the Virginia M. E. Conferen
was somewhat dull. There was
tie to do. Rev. B. F. Lipscomb wa
thorized to publish in pamphlet for
000 copies of the conference minute
The following officers of the Boa
Missions were appointed: Preside!
N. Siedd: secretary, L. B. Betty: t
tirer. W. \Y. Vicar. The total an
distributed to conference claiman
Rev. A. Coke Smith, I>. D., wa
pointed president of the Board ol
ucation and Rev. James Cannon
secretary and treasurer.
SECRETARY'S REP< HIT.
The secretary of Ihc Mission I
submitted the following report:
Nnumber of local preachers. Ie2,
ber white members, SS
qred-'members. 83: infants baptized. 1.
?^"Ws: adults baptized, 24,091; Sunday
schools. 791; teachers. 8.776:' scholars.
61.S74: amount paid superannuated
preachers, w illows and orphans. $1 l..".N7.
42: church extension. $1.1'JS.r.".: paid
American Bible Society. 720.21: paid
presiding elders. $17,089.09; pastors. $109.
?21.04; support or bishops. $2.810.29;
number of societies in conference, 701;
churches, 781; value nt" church properly',
$1,903,888; total number ..r members, 88,
630: gain ibis year, 7-11); amotml raised
from all sources, $444,484.07; increase
tfver last year. $1,113.4?; average per
* NUMBER OF PREACHERS.
The report als?., shows that 220 preach?
ers were engaged in active service dur?
ing the year, and that an average ot
$862.70 had been paiil as salaries, an in?
crease or 2 per cent, over last year,
making a larger average than any othei
conference in Southern Methodism.
The bishop announced the following
? sfoi-s: \V. F. Tillelt to the Tennes.
see conference; W. E. Thompson, to th.
Little Rock conference; J. \V. Moore, t.
the Louisville conference.
The conference adopted resolutions
cautioning Rev. Jam
be careful in the use of words, exhonor
ating him from intentional wrong and
unanimously passed bis character.
Richmond District?It. T Wilson. Pre?
siding Elder. *
Broad Street. Richmond. \V. G. Starr:
Trinity and Chickaliominy Mission.
Richmond. J. T. Muslin and John T.
Sewell; Union Station, Richmond. C. S
Bain: St. James, Richmond. \v. I:
Beauchamp: Denny Street, Richmond
J. T. Routlen; Fairmont Avenue, Rich?
mond George Brnooke. Jr.; Central
Manchester, J. C. Read; Fifth Street
Manchester, J. S. Waller: West Em
Memorial and Ashbury, Manchester. VV
T. June, C. D. Cranly. W. T. William
Harry Burruss; Henrlco, Ii. J
Charles City, W. B, Moore; N
E., A. Potts: West New K
Sparran; West Point
King and Ciuocn
.VKKIVALfS AND DEFARTUBE8.
vessels Arrive.! Yesterday.
ship Kelvin (Br.), Lockherdt,
mship Europa (Br.), Robinson,
mshlp Grecnbrier (Br.), Trlnick.
hooncr Marjorie, Edward
In Sailed Yo^terd^y
mship Kong Frode (Nor.), San
Steamship Kelvin (Br.). Lockhcrdt,
. A. McFadd.-n. Wallace
B. Ogden. Wilbfctt
A. Dohnell, Brendage
er Josie R. Burt. Burt, Boston
West Virginia. Providence.
tiers that had been lul?
ling lumber and brick at the Old
n Land Company's pier, sailed
? respective home ports yester
IN THE HISTORY OF PIANO SELL
ING IN NEWPORT NEWS.
Shrewd Buyers from all Sections Tak?
ing Advantage of the Great
Piano Sale of High Grade
A N N EXING H A WA 11.
ijiimission Disucesses the BUI to Be
Presented to I'ntigreSs.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2"..?The com
Ission appointed by the President to
commend a form of government for
e Hawaiian Islands as a part of the
nited States, met in Senator Cullom's
.mmittee room at the capto! today for
a- first time since leaving Honolulu,
-enators Cullom and Morgan and Rep
esentative Ilitt and Judg,. Frear being
iresent. The meeting was devoted to
liscussing details of the bill and report
"hieb th.- commission will present to
'ongress that had not b'cc-n fully deeid
?I upon at the last meeting. The legis
aii.m which will be recommended by
the commission will bo included In a
? ill in which, to all intents and purposes,
will I... an enabling act and very much
like ihe bills providing for the admis?
sion of new states into the union, ex
fepl in the one important detail that
.1 provides for the admission of a ter
i ilnrv and not a state.
T ERR 1 TO RIAL GOVE RNMKNT.
The bill has b.-en completed, but proh
ibly will be amended somewhat in de
ail. Th.- report has not been completed.
ission has decided upon
important features. One of these is
million that the system of
mporting labor under contract shall be
lission will rei-'Timend
This sale of pianos is certainly unpre?
cedented: never before havP so many
pianos been sold in three days: never
before have good, reliable pianos been
offered in this city, and on such easy
terms, as we are selling them at. and it'
is not to be wondered at that the people
are taking advantage of this- remarka?
ble opportunity to save the usual retail
profits ami expense of selling. which
means a saving of anywhere from $10o
to $300 on a piano.
These are facts beyond dispute, for all
we are asking and all we expect to re
t?rVe at this introductory sale is the
bare factory cost of these tine goods.
This stock consists of some of the very
finest pianos manufactured. Pianos that
received a special award over all others
at the World's Fair, and are used and
endorsed by the leading artists of this
country and Europe. Pianos that retail
the world over for $480 to $000 are going
We offer elegant $428 Cabinet Grand
Pianos in any wood for $24S. $203 to $270.
We have several $3U0 pianos on hand
yet that are marked $1S7.
Many of the pianos have harp at?
tachments, which will Interest those
earing for a "catchy" little pastime
which even the most artistic will enjoy.
Twenty-five dollars cash ami ten dol?
lars per month buys any piano in tie
wareroom. Twenty dollars cash and
eight dollars per month buys many if
them. We guarantee every instrument
for rive years, and the guarantee is
backed by millions of dollars. Every
instrument sold must be satisfactory to
the purchaser, or another instrument
will be supplied. If you have use for a
piano you can save many dollars at this
sale. Open evenings. C. Jellison, Spe?
cial Agent. 2022 Washington avenue.
Fine brick prop
avenue, renting !'?
.1 Lot on Jefferson
?00 per annum.
ml tints on
$8.000 buys a splendid residence on
Thirty-third street, near West avenue.
Onlv $1.000 cash required.
$3^000 purchases two lots and new
houses renting for $64 per month.
$2.800 secures you a beautiful home
on Forty-ninth street.
$1.800 buys a house and three lots
i.n a corner fronting the street car
$2,300 gets one of the best business
ami residence stands in the city. This
property rents for $82 monthly.
$800 invested through us buys a nice
lot above the shipyard.
$MI0 gives you a good business Lot
on Jefferson avenue.
e know what and whare to buy and
rwin Tucker & Co,
Instate and Insurance
and Washington avenue.
Mr. L. B. Manville will spend Thanks?
giving in Elizabeth, N. J.
Mr. George N'elins Wise is in Wash?
Miss Jennie Eastman, who has been
isiting in Philadelphia ami other Penn
ylvania cities, has returned home.
Messrs. Prosser Marston and M. J.
Joore left yesterday atternon on a
gunning trip to James City county.
Mr. J. A. Whillock. wife ami .bib!
left yesterday for Elizabeth, X. ,!.. to
Mr. Morton M. Durkehart, of Twenty
seventh street, will spend Thanksgiving
with his parents in Baltimore.
Miss Jessie Bailey, of Richmond, i
tlu- guest or Miss Stringlield. on Twen
Mr. Di-Witt Crane left yesterday Pu
Elizabeth, N. J.. to visit relatives, lb
will return Monday.
Miss Bessie Mench. who has ben vis
itng her sister. Mrs. O. F. Dawson. ha;
returned to her home in Warwick
Messrs. Satinders Shield and Tavhu
Harrison spent several days at Tin
Grove, James City county, the guest:
of Or. E. i;. Booth.
Mr. c. C. K.-nt. Jr.. left yesterdu>
morning for London county to spem
Thanksgiving with relatives. ii,. wil
return on Saturday.
Rev. Father Charles E. Donahoe re
turned yesterday morning from Balti
here he has been attending tl
The legisla.' dedication of St. Patrick's Catboli
the qualified yotfi
there will be proo
?piion which was to hr
qualification:- impcj fe?iven by the Young W.
or members ol
of the legislature. The
hise will not extend to the Japanese or
Ihinesc in the island, but the Portu
lio become citizens will not be
xchidcd under the restrictions imposed.
The commission will present full de
alis of the value of property acquired,
neome from tariff taxes and other im
.orlant facts bearing upon the govern
nent of the islands. They estimate
bei the property secured to the United
-'lates "ill amount to more than $10.
1011.(100. The public lands alone are be?
lli about $5,000,000.
ill be presented to Con
? it convenes.
Stock at less than one half price,
Doii't miss our sale. We've opened fresh
cases of Untrimnied and Trimmed Hats.
There are new :batgains in every lot of
them. Also <-i big- lot of Fancy Bird,s
Illumes, Wings, Velvets und Ribbons,
RIBBONS I VELVETS
Fancy Ribbons in changeable stripes
ami plaids; were from 2.". to 10 cents: i Black Silk Velvet, a regular one dol
miw l:.ms. ! lar quality, for lill cents.
Bla.-k Taffeta Ribbons. No. 40: worth j
2V.?';i ? und??. .? .,,?.*! Gapes, Coats and Skirts
i s. 10 coins:
Amiss! Presiding Elder.
Whitest..ne, C. R. Jones. .
j o. Bnbcock; Heathsvilh- .1
son; Bethnmy, J- 'W- R"hb
mond Circuit, W. ?',. Birch:
H> . L. Ware: Wesi Morelai
Davis; Montmss. P. Burru
George. T. J. Wray: Spoltsy
C Williams: Bowling Green
Hayes. Essex. W. 1
Queen. R. E. Bentlcy; Meid
Anderson; West Mathews, .1. ? -
M?thews ?'? E. D. Shazo.
Charluttcsvllle District?J. S
Presiiling Elder. Charlotte
l. A. S
motu iitiii iw3o.. ...
I H Moss; Albemarle. J. M
S'cott'svllie. L. T. Hitt: Bates
W Carroll; Nelson. R. '1- W alii
N.-'lsan, J . T. Meadows, supply
fish, L Hi Early. Amheisl. A.
dan; West Amherst, It. I -
Mount Pleasant. D W ? '?"??
Mission, W. C. Stone; tluvnn
J Rice; Louisa. J ? Q- Rhodes
numerary; Greene. W. A. S
Madison. T. G, Pullen: Woods IK.,
F. Smith; Culpeper. Ernest ^.v
Culpener Circuit. N. J. Prudent .Raid
hanock, Richard Ferguson: Edltoi
Richmond Christian Advocate .1
Lafferlv: President of Central r
Bledsoe. ._ ...
Danville District. VV. P. Wright, pre?
siding Elder. Main Street and 1- loj <
Street Danville. R. N. Sledd and I'-'nest
L Pei-rnian; Cabell Street Danville
G. -orge 11 Ray: Mount vemon mm
Sunnyside. Danville, J. T. Bosnian.
Calvary and Washington Stieet, Oan
ville, T. J. Taylor and B. F. McSpar
ren; Pittsylvania, S. H. Johnson: ( hat
ham K F. Garner; North Pittsylvania,
T P. Duke; Franklin. J. C. Harry;
East franklin, O. L- Mart,in;.Mw?^
Franklin Mission. R. C. Garland: Weal
Franklin, C. E. Blankenshlp: Henry, .
L. Wlngfield; Martinsyille. u. c
Cheatham; Patrick, H. F. B. Martin
Meadows of Dan, J. B. Lavinder; South
Boston and Houston, F. M. Edwaids.
Halifax, M. S. Elliott; East Halifax.
J B Askew; Student at Randolph-Ma
con iv.llege, H. W. Dunkly; South
Pittsylvania, S. R. Drewry: R??'ky
Mount, E. E. Harrell; Ridgeway, u -c
Farm!Si!lc. T. McN.
Simpsi'inT Prince Edward A ^. Frank?
lin; Prospect, Bascom Dey. Charlotte,
A. B.Sharpe: West Buckingham L,_L.
Banks: Buckingham. \?- ' - ? ?rant,
"The brigade wil Hake as much of il
igon iransporiation as is possible am
nip and garrison equippage, includ
g i.-nt floors.
"By .-..11111111111! ,.f Major General Mile
(Signed) "II. i'. CORBIN.
' Adjutant (ieneral."
This brigade is commanded bv lb it;
Her General William C. Dates and con
sts of Hip Fifteenth Pennsvlvunil
bird N. u Jersey and 102nd New Vor
?ginients. They are now all at Athen:
ROTA LYNCHING REE.
I Bv Telegraph.)
;. C.?.. Nov. 23.?A special t>
raph from Monticello. Ga.
? f P
if the s
.f Biiffiilo hi
ISt the tl
? of the
d VV. (
er addresses h
vor Jew.-I I !.;,!
?is. r.-s.lions were adopted ap
ding to the national ?dininistratio
ml. i f. I, in behalf j<X the oppressc
ri.s of North and South Carolina
right the wrong done Ihem in th
. Siaies:/io punish those responsibl
ihe reo-cnt outrages and t-. enact tl
sla&s/n necessary 1 :
Cumberland. W. W. Sawyer
V. 'Carson;. Burkeviil
BaU8nam""'crewe Station, G. H. >iOr
Faddeh; Blackstone, R. A. Cmnptnn.
LuiR-nburg, John O. Moss: West bu
nenburg, P. H. Clements; Mecklenburg.
B. S.,Berrink; North Mecklenburg, R
H. Mullt-n. Boydton. J. B. Winn; Chase
City, W. W. Roy^ill; ClarksvSlle, J. fc.
/'?Ui-iens of the Southland the
i.ywhlch they arc entitled In und
i-oiistltulioii of lh<- Pnited Suites
The appeal will lie forwarded to
ident McKinley and to Congress
Merriwether, a negro.
. to a tree yesterday 10
confessed to the murder
bite man and said three
Irvin Chaiiey. Jake
ry Ramey. assisted him
ling of Merriwether the mob
n-be.l back lo the jail to get the
e'-roe- who had been arrested on stis
licion. ' Ropes were put around thei
,lmvSvvhere Me'i riwether's bullet-ridden
iilv w-is hanging A large number of
bills bil i.'i.'l f the -at rt t lynch
he olher three negroes and they rushed
,IU, scene U was only by the most
?igorous efforts that ibis lynching
in vented. One of these i
-,?,,it to be drawn up on a
-nunc white man jumped forward an
'.?, Ib.- rope. The mob then gay "
? ml the Ihne negroes turned over In th
heriff. They are now In jail.
... hu confession the negro lynch
. .-dot-dav -aid thai be ami Ids compan
mis killed voung Pope to get the money
loin bis pockets.
?i i IM PROVE
uidiences which greet Harris &
: strictly clean, clever and up
lis city are growing. The
fast becoming acquainted
act that these performances
? kind where ladies can g?
an evening with their hus
? companies are composed of the
?st salaried artists in tile profes
stich as are used to playing
lest vaudeville houses to refined
n.es. and there need not be any
thai any other class of performer
?I formers w ill be engaged here at
bis theatre. 11 is a good show through
in. and our people should patronize it
herall v.?Portsmouth correspondence,
The vaudeville company will appear
en- tonight and Friday night.
The Dorcas Club of King's Daughters
ill meet in the Washington Avenue
Methodist church today from 10 to 1^ A.
M. to receive donations of any kind for
he vestry of St. Paul's Episcopal
hurch hehl a meeting last night, ami
sed the plans for the proposed
hurch edifice. No business of
importance was transact.-d.
officer W. E. Price, of tin- Bloodfiold
sterday killed a vicious dog
hieb had run on Ivy avenue, and bii
n a number of other dogs. The ani
:ll was supposed to be mail, and his
lions created a good deal of excite?
ment in that section.
?oeeedings of the Teresa Investigation
Committee Behind Closed Doors,
NORFOLK. Nov. 23.?The Maria Te
sa board of inquiry held another
. t seslon today, but adjourned
vail th.- arrival of important testl
ony from Washington. The mem
?is of the board continue close mouth
I ami say that the first information
given out will emanate from the Nav
he Vulcan and Potomac have not
of the second officer of the
inier Antilla is discredited
who uish t.. have photograph..
hi Thursday (Thanksgiving Day)
studio of M. W. Tennanl. if the>
will call bet?re or send postal we can
reserve a time for them, to avoid llieii
wailing, ami therefore not taking up ihe
better pan of their holiday. Please
bring children in the morning, or liefere
3 P M. Special rates given on this day.
M. W. Tennanl, Photographer, 2602
Washington avenue,, corner 26th street,
over Elsenmsn's Shoe Palace. 11-20-41, ington avenue.
N. Nov. 23.?Governor
11 for a national conven
ion io assemble at Tampa. Fl?-. Fob
uary s to suggest and formulate means
or reorganizing Ihe national guard, is
eeeivbig favorable support from State
xeculives. The object of lb.- convent
ion "ill !,.- to suggest and formulate
?..forms which will aid tin- govern
in?nt in placing the national guard on
be most effective footing possible.
The Florida State Superintendent of
Education has extended an invitation
., Superintendents of Education in nil
states inviiing them to attend the
onvenMori lo consider the introduction
.f a military drill system into the pub?
lic s.ii....Is of tin- United States in the
merest of patriotism. Subordination
? nd phvsicnl development.
The School Board of Toronto, Can
ida. will be in\it,-.! to send a company
? f their military trained schoolboys to
he con\ ontion.
THEY MAY ENLIST.
(Special to the Daily Press.)
RICHMOND, VA.. Nov. 23 ? Govel?
in,!- Tyler this morning called up the
Secretary of War by telephone and ex
plained "his great regret at the order
of ihe War Department regarding the
determination not to allow the men of
the Second and Third Regiments, wh
had been mustered out. to re-enllst
the Fourth. Governor Tyler explained
that it would be humiliating to himself
and to General Lee to have the only
Virginia Regiment in the Army
eruited from soldiers other than VI
ginians, and he eloquently, pathetically
and lengthily debated upon the claims
the Mother of States and .Statesmen
bad, reciting the fact that Virginia w
I'm- in.,Iber of the Secretary's ow
State. So effective was tin- appeal that
Secretary Alger weakened, reconsidered
ihe oid.-r and men will be allowed
enlist in the Fourth from both the S
and and Third.
Detective Duke lias succeeded in cap
luring two tramps. Eddie Clarke and
William Krug, who shot J. F. Dunstan
a telegraph operator, at Lorraine, on
the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, last
June. T!ie men confessed. It was
fine piece of work.
Just received a fresh supply of fancy
?ream chocolates and Bon Rons. Fin?
est in the city, at the Newport News
Bakery Thirty-first etreet and Wash
. CONFER DECREES.
HID, N. H., Nov. 23.?The fol
atement was given to the press
Mary Barker Eddy, discoverer
and founder of Christian science, has
just .ipletcd the examination of
? las.-. ..f about seventy of the active
workers in Christian science mind
hen ling, lo confer upon them degress of
th - .Massachusetts Metaphysical Col
lego as healers and teachers of this sy
tern .I" medicine, whose only crowned
head is divine sovereignty, whose only
priest is spiritualized man."
This city will soon be visited by
lest amusement entertainment
xistence. Richards &. Pringle s G<
Ministrels. an organization that has
n under one management
wenty-four years. There is always
luse ofr effect, and thet cause in this
Hise for effect, and the cause in tlii
ways organized each season a stron;
lmpany of colored artists, never at
?mi.ting to trade on their reputation
ach season bringing together a strong
impany, and presenting an enterti
ing program. In union this season \
Rusco & Holland's Operatic Mi
trels-they present an organization
fifty people, with two bands In
tile, all new scenery, wardrobe
Arabs, Japanese and acrobats. The;
ill appear at the Opera House Satur
day evening, Nov. 26.
The engagement with this organizn
ion was made when Manager Booke
considering the plan of securing
the Casino for an Opera. House. Till:
>unts for the statement on the
posters and hand bills that the perfor
mancc will be given at the Casino.
PO ST M A ST 10 R S APPOINTED.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 23.?The Pres
ident today appointed the followin
South Carolina?Anderson. John I
Virginia?Wytheville. Mrs. M. W. .lor
FATAL POLITICAL RIOTS.
YOKOHOMA, Nov. 23.?There b
sen street lighting among the polita
irties at Seoul, capital of Corea. On
the side twenty-three persons were kill
.1 and further bloodshed is feared.
The Japanese government has been
send troops to preserve order at Seoul
ilors. in all col
led, tan and
?ll. black onls
i n be
,1" wings ; ni
'apes; worth $3.00, for $1.69.
Cloth Capes, for $1.48.
es. beaded, braided and
fur: worth $S.I)0; speciel
ng Plush Capes, beaded,
d edged with fur; wortb
ial price $6.OS.
SteCK, c\Vd'l--i!^H?!e<r^c.,^Ve. Deauti
Qlly made, and half lined with silk;
,-orlh $7.80, for $4.98.
Ladies' Light Tan Jackets, a hand
iime garment, lined all through with
olored silk, well fitting and stylish;
vorth $'.i.i)0: special price $6.4S.
< Crepon Skirts, well fitting and
lined; a regular $8.00 skirt.
hcviot Skirt; the- newest cut.
with Herculese braid; worth
?ial price $4.4S.
Black Satin Skirts, well lined and
nt ! nicelv tilting: one that is sold all over
I the city for $10.00; special price $6.93.
2?>!0 Washington Ave
_n(Um il, it we were'rit gratified at the big
increase h. t ur business. True, we are oiiering great val?
ues, which, wiih right treatment, ma) account for it. A
case in point is our line ol
Men's Suits^and Overcoats
$0.50 I $7.50
n all wo
, drab ai
n all wool
?Will buy an all wool Covert Cloth
Will buy an all wool, double twist
ivercoat, French faced. Skeemera satin
lecve lining: would be chsap at $12.80.
Will buy an al! wool Cheviot Suit.
Will buy an all wool Harris Cassl
mere in gray, drab and Hairtne stripes.
Will biiy an all wool worsted effect,
well worth $12.00.
Will buy our guaranteed imported
black clay suit, which is usually sold
Our stock of Children's Clothing is
complete. Knee pants from 25c up.
idso have a nobby line of boys'
aomely trimmed, tit $1.98 and upwards. 1 and children's reefers.
Reliable" Clothinel House,
273 4 Washington Avenue,
MADE ME A MAN
S?T>\ AJAXTA?!.5:T3 POSITIVELY CBBE
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.'.-ich cr.se cr refund liio r..:.ar.;. hcoHSOSKilffl
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J;eu- AJAX R&ViEDYCO., ^SSfi^
For sale In Newport News, Va., by
A. El. G. BXQR, DnillSist.
Is close at hand, now is the
time to look over vour last winter's
suit and overcoat: Save it thoroughly
cleaned, dyed and repaired by compe?
tent workmen and made to look like
years and am prepared to do all kind3
of repairing, and at reasonable rates.
Give me a trial and satisfy yourseW
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