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" On to Pekin " May Become the
JAPAN MAY RENEW FIGHTING
Japan May Decline a Further Post?
ponement of the Negotiations.
May Not Wait Mr. Foster's
Arrival. Suspicious of
Chinese Good Faith.
By Southern ABSociatoJ Press.
Washington, January '2.? Dnugor
threatens the poaeo negotiations be?
tween China ami Japan, ami from
yireBent indications it is exceedingly
probable that the Ductilities may bu
cenewed with even greater vigor,
stud the cry of "on to Pekin" once
Store become the slogan of tho
Deepito a prevailing belief to the
contrary, it is uot unlikely that tho
Japanese govern incut will deeliue to
make further postponement of tho
?actual commencement of the nego
siatiotis iu order tu await the arrival
of Mr. .lohn \V. Foster, the Chinese
-advisory oouusol, and it it improba
?>lo that Krruncemeuts fur the settle'
cuent of the dispute will have been
sJompleted before Mr. Foster reaches
Mr. Foster will sail from Van?
couver on January Qtu, providing
no is uot auow bound, aud is duu in
yokUbame. January l'.Hh or 20th.
"Two dnys will give hitn umple tune
Co reach 11 irosehiiiio, so thut the
?Cbinise eauuot a -u for a postpono
xnuut after thu 22d instant? The
?wo Chinese naibussuilurs of pence
?re due iu Shanghai on January ?tb
aud expect to reach lliruscbiiua ou
ihe 'Jth, uud the probability is thut
they will bu asked to htgiu the
siegotiutions without delay.
The danger thnt threaten!; tho set?
tlement, winch has seemed such a
certainty, will ante ul thin point,for
she Japanese U'overuhlent will re?
fuse, witht)itt doubt, to agree to any
?empon/.iug on tho ]>leu that Mi.
F oster has uot arrived, aud the I
Chinese Ambassadors cmiuut pro?
ceed without his assistance.
It may be stilted with tome de?
cree oi positivoheBBthat a direct de?
clination by the Chinese Ambassa?
dors to begin the uegotintious until
.Mr. Poster readies lluu-chama will
r"Milt iu positive disagreement and
the breakiug till ol the overtures,
which wiil place the possibilities for
fteaoe farther away lhau ever and
cause the Japanvbu forces to push
their way with greater vigor toward
the Chinese capital, iu that event
nothing tborl ol the fall of Pekin is
Jikoly to put uu end to hostilities.
It has been kuowu lor some time
that the Japanese Uovcrntneut is
?uspicious of the good faitti of their
enemies in tl.o overtures for n bus
peneion oi ibe war. b'irsi came the
Ibetriug affair, iu wbieb hr. Detriug
wuh sent to Japou ostensibly for the
purpose of making terms of peace,
Jmt really armed only with "a letter
(roth ibe Chinese Court," to use hia
own expression, directiug him to
make "inquiry" iutu tiie prospects
tor .a settlement, ,
When Mr. Detriug's mission failed,
the overtures on which the present
siegotiations art: based, 'Acre made
l>y China to .'upon through Mr,
Uenby, the American Minister at
JPtkin, and Mr. iJun, the American i
Minister ist Tokio, Japan expressoti
I. williugness to trenl with c htuu, it
the 1'ekiu government would Bond
cm Ambassador, duly accredited and
armed with lull power to negutiute
t\ peace ti only.
To this the Chinese Qoverbtucut
cent euswer I ha I it could hurdiy
agree to such u proposition until it
t.new tht! basin upon which the
Japanese wished the airaugeiuoul
Jor peace to be made.
Already inclined to look with sus?
picion on the Chinese professions of
good fuiih. tbo Japanese govern?
ment found in tlin auswer ample
coufirinatioii of its growing belief
that tho Chinese government was
attempting to ascertain what their
omenies would seek la exact from
Ihem m indemnity, in order to be
gircpurcd with arguments to secure
a modification, und it was tor this
* canon that Viscount Mntsti, the
Jai?niie v Minister of foreign AI
fairs, declined to have lurthur deal
lugs wittt Pekin on tue subject uu
til thu pcaoc ambassador uua ap?
After some delay ( hinn appointed
Hot one, but two envoys, and it wum
thought Ihe negotiations would ho
gm in u very short lime. Ib.it a few
slays ago tno uppoinlment of Mr.
Foster was auuouucod um ooiinsel to
tin; Chinese Ambassadors, ami it i>
believed that the Chinese envoys
ttill ask Viscount nlutaii to stisi d
she commencement oi actual nego?
tiations uutil Mr. foster has arrived
>t the place ol mooting.
The Japanese Peace Commission
irs are not likely la give any lormal
recognition to Mr. luster, lie i er
iainly will not bo allowed la attend
}he sittings of Iho commission, pro?
vided he arrives al Hiroshima before
jUi business 10 concluded, aud if lro
queut requests lor niijouruuieut are
made by the two Chinese envoys iu
onler that they may consult with
him, the Japouese cotnniu-siouers
will probably refuso to proceed lur
ther unless these requests cease.
New Youk, January 2,?A Herald
special cable dispatch from Sbuughui
says: After defeating ? Gem Hung at
Neu ChwaUg, the tlapauese contiu.
ued their liirreh, without occupyiug
the foreign settlement of tho city.
'J his they did iu delereuco to tho
wishes expressed by the Foreign
Consults at Neu Cliwaug. Ceu.
Sung barely escaped being made a
One hundred breech leading Held
guns uml several thousand new rillcs
have reached Tien Tain overlaiid
from Chin Ivinng. They me des?
tined lor the equipment of
Wei Taching'? troops ut bliau Hai
A eorioiis rebellion is raging at
Kiuchow to tho north of the Gulf of
Peohill. Tiotai Tun has bueu tlis
patchctl with 2,0(11) fof Li Hung
Uhaug'i troops to quell tho insur?
Tho Censor, An Wei Tsin, to
gothor with ten other olliuntls of
high rauk, recently impeached tho
Empress Dowoger on the charge of
using undue iulluence upon publie
affairs. An Wei L'siu bos since been
punished for Ins temerity. A fort
night ago the hlmpress Dowager
caused forty lashes each to be given
to two of the imperial concubines,
sisters, named respectively Uhin and
Chen, for tho ulTeuCe oi oll'er.ng
their advice to the Fmperor.
Londons January 'J.?Tho Central
News correspondent in shanghai
telegraphs: "Tho Cbiuese Govern?
ment continues its negotiations here
witb Europeans for money aud
munitions of war. Maxim, Nor*
denfeldt und Krupp have been np
prosuhed for nun-, but thu results
nre not known.
A HORRIBLE. STORY.
An Old Man Gives a Eoy $200 to
Commit o Murder.
Bv Southern Associated rro?*.
Mkuoiia, N. D., dnnusry 2.?A
horrible story was told hut night to
the coroner's jury concerning the
death of I d idevereou, who was shot
at Mark Wudaworth's ranch Decem?
ber 21st. Fted Koch ma, a bright
lli-year-old boy, who 1ms beou in
custody for Beveral days, suspected
ol Ihe murder, has made a partial
coufession to (.'!- rk of the Court
l'oicv- Hefore the coroner's jury
he made u clean brest of it, and
said h:-> i niployer, Wtulswurth, took
bitu nt early dawn to the barn and
promised bun $200 to Bhoot rtever
soo, He told him whou to pull I lie
trigger und the deed was done. Tho
story was dramatic aud told by tho
boy Bctirutoly and clearly, but ho
burst into tears when ihe climax
was reached. Wadsworth himself
followed the boy und denied the
whole story, Wadsworth is partially
paralyzed, aud the boy says the old
man could not pull tho trigger him?
self. The prosecution believes it
has fount] a motive iu the claim that
Wadsworth owed Seversuu money.
Wadsworth is under urrest ou the
charge of murder.
f*"24'oiict*riiiii!- i.ritrr Ciirrurs,
llv Southern AS80C ate 1 ! i0".
Washington, Jnutitiry 2. ? First
Atsistnul I'ostmsslor Ueucrnl Jones
bu issued nn important notice to
I ustmasters at ftco delivery oil cos,
winch directly coucerus carriers.
Among the speciticatiouB ol Ihe or?
der is uuo prohibiting earners from
remaining at their desks or in the
working room ol thu oflice during
any interval or Mswiiig" between
IripB oi tinting thu dinner intervals;
nor must they remain in the post,
oflice tider reporting from the last
trip ol the day. The performance
td eletled work by carriers is abso?
lutely prohibited, while union;; other
provisions of the order is one that
men detailed exclusively iu collec?
tion service should uot be allowed
to eider the woik room id the oflice
except to deposit their collections,
Minted iII to : i l"? Iltll tin,.-.
llV Southern A - ? i slate I Press.
Dkkianck, Oy,January 2,?On the
Maumee river, just east nl this city,
last night Henry t lemons, aged 2(J,
and .Miss Ltllie Diets, aged 21, iveio
Bkatiug on thu tee near the l?de 1
peudeucc dam when Ihey Bkated
into uu open space. There were no
witnesses to the drowning, but sev
erul girls who were skating near
heard a cry and splash ami hurry?
ing to the spot Raw n broken place
in thu thin coating of i,-.-, which
coveted ihe open space. Tlicy gave
(ho alarm? ami in less than a hull
hour the two bodies were taken from
tho water. The young coup e were
to be married in the near future,
.% \ ntuitl?l?i < Itrst.
TacOVIA, Wash. "I have used
your Simmons Liver 1.emulator und
can conscientiously say it is the
King ol ail Liver Medicines. I
consider it a medicine chest in
itself."?Gto, W. Jackson, Your
druggist sells it in n powder or
j liquid; the powder to be taken dry,
' or mc.de into u lea.
Active Preparations to Send of
TELEGRAM TO GOVERNOR
Mr. Edmonds States the Situation
to Nebraska's Chicl Executive.
Railroads Will Carry Con?
tributions Free. Hail'
Dozen Car Loads.
Dr Somborn Associated Pro?.
Baltimore, January 2,?The mik
gestiou made last week by Mr. It,
11. Ddmoud*, of this city, that the
South, which Iiii.l an ahiiuduut corn
crop last year, should ship u lull
train load ol corn uud meat to the
farmers ol Nebraska, who ore Miller
iog because ol Ibe (shortage o( ttio
curti eiop, has mot nun a very quick
response throughout thu country.
I ii inaugurating tins movement
.Mr, Edmonds telegrupbod to tho
Governor oi Neumann us follows:
"In view of the distress reported
im 'i ii some ol the farmers of Nc*
brasku by reason oi tho ?h?rt corn
erop, anil in view of tho iilmudunt
crops of the South, I have suggested
thu desirability of the people ol the
South uniting to send lit least a
tiiuulond of corn and provisions to
Nebraska lor dibtntuiiiuu to those
"1 did uot menu to intimate in
making this suggestion that thu peo?
ple ol Nebraska arc nut able to eure
fur those who uro in want in their
own Stuto, but it seemed to me that
the time whh opportune lor tins
South to utilize Mich an opportunity
us this to bhiiw to tho world its ap?
preciation of the blessiuga it huvs
received iu an abuuda ,t crop last
year; its appreciation ol tbe liberal?
ity with which tbo North und West
have ever met every call Irom the
Boiitb for help iu timu of need, and
ulso mi appropriate occaeiou in
which to put iuto ctl'cct forces tbut
would help to uuitc our eutiro coun?
try, obliterate ull sectional lines unit
show that mi nie oue people. As n
t oatberu muu, nud yet abovu and I
beyond that, an American, I believe
thin effort to the South in estendihg
relief to toe West would prove tbe
truth that 't. is moro blessed to give
than to receive,-'
"I have requested Gov, Northen,
of Georgia, and bu has consented to
loko charge of tue matter and lo
gather iu Atlanta whatever contri?
butions may bo offered iur tbe pur?
pose ol making no this truiu loud to
l?U shipped West."
Iu response to tins telegram Got,
? roil use, ol Nebraska, wired .Mr.
bldinouds that tue proposed ilouu
liou will be thankfully received,and
that on behalt ol those for nriioni the
generous contribution is iuteuded
ho desired to express bis apprecia?
tion and also ol the motive prompt?
ing the suggestion of such u contri?
bution itoui tho South.
The movement has been taken
hold Of actively iu the South. All
Southern ruilrnu If have wired their
williugneas lo handle contribiitioUs
free. Tho Georgia Southern aud
Honda aud the Seaboard Air Line
have each wired offering, in uddi
tiou to carryiug shipments tree, to
coutributo a carload of material,
und active preparations are being
made fur getting together enough
to lib at least a .-ouo I ruin. Vice
President Baldwin, ol the Soiithorn
ltailwny, wired Mr. Kilmouds yes
tcrdny that President Spencer bus
authorized ab the ag?uts ol tbut line
to acccj t contributions aud hus ar?
ranged to give tbe use of one ol the
two freight depots m Atlanta u>r
consolidating all shipments I hero.
In a letter received y tatet day
Gov. Northen states that bo thinks
ho will be ablo tu secure nt Icnsi ball
a tlo/.eu cat loads ol goods lion.
Georgia alone, lhe work ol '-if-'nu
izutiou iu other pari? ol the South
is proceeding us rapidly us possible.
One ol lue in st telegruui? received
in tcspoiise to tho suggestion was
from lion, llulio smith, Secretary
ol tne I met mi , who Bald: ''1 cor?
dially commend yotlt | Ian tor .-end
nig corh aud im at to Western Ne?
braska, Southern farmers have
raised more oi both Ibis year than
then seciion will need. I hupe your
suggestion may be executed.''
lots movement, inaugurated iu
Baltimore) has attracted universal
utteailim, not simply as. uu illtistru-,
lion <>l the faet that thu .-south has
tins yeai been aide, by roasuu ol n-.
immense production ol cum und
meat, to coutribulo liberally to the
needs of these uho mo suffering be
eaiis? of thu great drouth in No
biaska, but us it kindly expression
of tho friendly interest tbut is
uniting ail parts ol tbo country nud
obliterating tho sectional m.es that
no long separated the south and tho
Did you ever have $1,000 in your
pocket at one lime? You cud im\u
it ii one particle ol cocaine can be
found iu "The Newest Discovery,"
lor u.M. of teeth, no pain. N. ' V.
Dental Hooiua only ,10.1 .Muin street,
(Z.A'i for AUr.ntn Exposition OuilJ
ing. fH?wgata Trial.
r>y Southern Aisooiatod Press.
Washington, January '!.-? Bids
Were opened ut tho treasury De?
partment to nay fur the construction
ol the Atlanta (IIa.) ISxpositiou
build'tig. There wore twenty bide,
ruuging from $fo.'.H7 to $27,440, the
hitler, that of N. W. McAfee, of At
I hintu, Uu,, hemp, t! e lowest, Ho
will probably he awarded tho con?
Judgo MeComue to tiny bcftril
arguments on the question whether
'.bo threo now iudlotmouts fount!
against ('apt, Uowgate, ex-Chief ol
the Signal Service, for forgery ami
embezzlement, are hiwrcil by the
statute <>f limitations. No decision
The withdrawals of gold from tho
New York sub-Treasury to-day (or
shipmuut to liuropo aggregate
$1,500,000, Tins reduces the gold
reserve in the Treasury to $84,000,?
UvMi iu round uiiiubers.
Ibo debt stateuieut issued this
afternoon shows a net increase iu
the public debt, less cash in tho
treasury during December, 181M, of
SHI.020,770. Tho interest bearing
debt increased $10,025,100; uon
interest hearing ilubl increasetl
? I _5,050, aud the cash iu the tiea6
ury increased $8,S2l),071.
The Iialancefl Of the several classes
of debt at the. close of business De?
cember diet, were: luterust bearing
Debt on which udorest ha? ceased
since maturity, $1,826,800; debt
beating no interest, 8383,217,8-10;
The eertilicittes and treasury notes
olTset b\ uu equal amount of cash in
Ihe treasury outstanding at tho end
of tho mouth wera $01)0,134,101, a
decrease of $10, 130,78?.
The total cash in tho Treasury
wa- $782,754.28!), I he gold reserve
was 880,211,415. Not cash balance
807,003,135. In the mouth there
was a decrease in gold coin ami bars
of $21,7!4,114, the total at the close
being $13.l,00t,.<8n4. Of silver there
was a decrease ol $707,001. Ol the
surplus there was in National
Dank depositories $10,107,710,
against $10.729,473 at the eud ol
the preceding mouth.
BySontbern associated rre-m
U a/.i.r.ros, Pa., Jan. 2. ? A riot
between .Magyars and .Slavonians
took place at Shopplon last night,
in winch one man was fatally injur?
ed, a do/.en others dangerously in?
jured und two women Stabbed,
! heir names are Joseph Handykn,
fatally staid-oil in the abdomen;
Mrs, Andrew Lefilhky, stubbed iu
Ihe breast; Mrs, Mary Lynotu. nrni
lacerated; Steve Rodak. stubbed in
the shoulder; Michael Mandare,
1 Im uatnea of tho others are uot
obtainable. About seventy men
were engaged iu the riot. 'Ihe tight
start-'d at lloQmau'e Hotel, where a
number of uniformed Slavs bud as?
sembled after a parade at lending
the Ureek Church dedication. The
Magyars ridiculed their garb ami
tho light followed, fifteen porsous
uie uuder airest.
Sei lone Shooting.
15v Southern Associate i Press.
San ansah, .lauuary 2.?A Morn
ibg New - Bileoial from Blakely, (in ,
fays: Tiie election to day was the
occasion ol a serious shooting it dray
at Colquitt, Miller county, in which
J. A. hush oij one side ami two of
the Knmbrcll brothers on the othei
were the inrhes engaged. The
trouble grew out of some diiVereuoe
iu politic, liush championing the
sttaigbtoiil Domooratid ticker, and
was precipitated by hush knocking
old man Kuinhrcll down. His
wounds an- expected to provo fatal.
Ihn Kambrelis escaped without
serious injury. The parties are
brothers in law and prominent iu
local a Hairs,
l.'iii tin I n Mr eel, J. J. I abi-r, k*ttss
lojjrn |iti i r.
twelve cabinets and one 1(1x20
crayon, S3, llemeoibor, head of
Chi Market H juAre.
Jn.n mir v tiionrtnsj .nit-,
hefoie inUing inventory, we will
begin Monday, December 31st, to
otter the balauoe of our stock ol In?
dies' and children's cloaks less than
cost. Cut prices ?in dress goods.
SViuter underwear for ladies, gents
and children ui greutly reduced
prices. Call early if you want some
good bargains. Levy Bros,, IV1
We can suit you with lino timbrel
lau. canes and gloves lor New Year
presents, at the lowest prices. L.
J.Oliver a Co., hatters, 111 Main
slaughter Mile i>i tVimiir WrrJl'
null 1 or CnilON.
Brown and black Murtiu capes
worth $10, mle prico $25; Mariiu
capes worth sale pi ice, $19:
Persian lamb capes worth $25, sale
price, $15, Cloth c?atcs and capes
at way dowu prices, it. A. Suuu
Standing of the South in Mill
NORTH CAROLINA LEADS.
Report of the American Wool and
Cotton Reporter on Mill Con?
struction. 1'wo Hundred and
Sixty-three New Mills
Ilv SOUtbOril A? innt? ! I'rw.
Boston, January j. Tbo Amort
oau Wool and Cottou Reporter, in
its semi ahuiial review of mill oou
BtruetioU throughout tho country,
to morrow will give some interest?
ing data, During the past Bix
moutliH, tho improvement in the
general buetnusa situations tins boon
rotleeted iu no uncurtain manner in
thu undertaking of thu construction
ol a. large number of te\tilo plants.
Iu the tirst six mouths of the year
1811-1 tbe number of new- mills was
ll\ a wonderful showing onu.ndor
ihg tho condition of tho business
world. .Since, tho middle o( thu
year tho construction of no less
than 1 17 textile- plants have boeu
undertaken, nu increase of thirty
One as compared with the previous
The record for the yoar is llli'l now
mills uh against -J7si iu 18 13.
Tho now mills comnieuoed during
thu tirst und second halves of thu
year 1893 are ns follows:
Woolen, lirst six months. 17; soo
nud si\ months. 28; cotton, i'i aud
fi-i, kuittiug, 31 iiiul silk, 18 and
8; felt, - and 1; uiscellauoous, It)
and 11. Total, lit* tor lirst sis
months and 1-17 lor second six
The Southern Stutes muko a very
good showing ib tho number of new
mills undertaken during tho latter
portion Of the year, However, New
York und Pennsylvania lead with 21
each to their credit. Next comes
North Carolina with 16, then South
Carolina with 14.
Tho record by States for tho
w hol.i is us follows:
Now York, :lS; Pennsylvania, 80;
North Carolina, 20; Soii?i Carolina,
23; Georgia, IU; Massachusetts, 15;
.Maine, II; Virginia mid It bode
Island, 8 each; Texas and Connecti?
cut, 7 each, tbe remainder being di?
vided among tbe other States.
Governor of Bitlis Assassinated.
l'.v Koutlicrn Associated Press
London, January j.?The Morn?
ing Post hens from Vienna that
labelu Pasha, Governor ol Hubs,
bus been assassinated by nu Arme?
nian, who committed Btiioide before
i.e oould be arrested.
Letters from Armenia say thai tbe
Armenians are daspeinto and ready
for almost any violence. It is said
that the Governor of l?sin recently
summoned couspiouous Armenians
to warn them ot a threatened Kur
dish attack, and to advise them that
they ich t prepare to defend them
selves, as he could do little for them.
The Armenians tried to obtain
arms as he advised, but found greut
dilVienlty in getting them. The
attack was made; the result is not
Turkish officials ure said lo be con
".seating letters right und left, hence
it is hardly possible to gel unbiased
nee.Hints of eveuts in Asia Minor, It
was auuouuced oflioially in Constah
tinoplu to <iay that ncttii? upon in?
formation from an Armeuiau priest
the authorities in Mbosh had seized
a great ipiautity ol revolutionary
literature. I'hrca Arineiiious who
attacked the lufoimcr have been at*
til tpnnrition ?it the Virgltta
p.v Southern Asaocntl d Pren.
Puaol'k, January 2.?A peasaul
living near Brauuiiii, Uoheuua, re
01 fitly declared that bu bad sceu an
apporitmu of lh? Holy Virgiu in the
ijerencruuil forost. Ills story was
behoved geneinlly outside the town
and hundreds went .tally to the spot
whore tho Virgiu was said to appear,
i'o-day several I houeaod persons
made tue pilgrimage, They were
met in the lotest !>y a crowd of
scoffers who ridiculed the peasants'
story and eventually provoked the
pilgrims to violence. A riot follow
od. Geiidarmea se.it out (rom
r.rauiiau were nimble to restore
p ace. Alter several charges tbej
I trod into the throng.
. Although ten iiinu were wounded
thu two mobs coiitinned lighting.
.Several hundred turned ou the gen
durmes evuutUally and drove mem
troui the lotest, l'roop? have been
ordered out to disperse tho rioter?.
Prof. John II, Powell, principal
of i ho Uiehuioud Female Somiuary,
Richmond, Va., has given Quratol a
trial. It is only necessary to ask his
opiuioti of it.
Tf you have failed to be cured by
other medicines, try Dr. Heaves'
btrb remedies. Otlice, 257 Queeu,
Resolutions Resisting the Breaking
by Somborn Assoclatod Pre-M.
PiTTHimito, January 2.?The rail
road coul operators' nssooiatioa of
the Pittsburg district liel<l a uieetiug
to day hihI passed the following:
"Jicsutucd, That it is the sense of
tins meetiug that we hold ourselves
in readiuess ut any time to meet
tboso responsible for tho breakiug
down of i he scale of prices agreed
upon at tbe Columbus convention,
lor the puipose oi readjusting the
price to such 11 basis us to bring
about one price for mining through?
out i he district. Until such h ro*uIt
is attained the lowest price paid at
competing mines must of necessity
lie tho price paid by all the mines of
At the meeting it was shown that
the 111) per cent rata had been slutt
teied throughout the district, more
than seventeen paying 57 cents it
ton, over u do/.eu paying til) cents
and not a few paying 50 cents. it
is altogether probable that on iMou
day next it majority of the opera?
tors will post notices ordering it ro
ductiou to 55 cents or lower.
Hot Words From Rev. Father Stick,
l.v Southern Associated Prosa.
Pana, HI., January 2, ? Rev.
1'uthor Stick, who last summer gain
ed notoriety by publicly assailing
Protestants, said to his parishioners
yesterday: "I have members who
will not rent pews because they are
too poor, yet tiny have money to
get drunk twice a month I wish
they would get drunk to night and
lay out doors and frcozn to dealti.
There are inemhors of my congrega?
tion who allow their daughter:! to go
to high toned balls anil dances in
full dress - uo dress ut all. Only
indecent Csjbolias, Protestants,
norolic go to snob places."
lie said in plainer woid-i that he
wished uoui (he bottom ol his heart
the girls wim went to tbeSQ dances
would bo ruined and addel: "I
wish every boy or young man who
attends these places would become
diseased und rot, and then tho oro
at,on would soon be exterminated
i*.-iciiura tit c t mi.
Bv Southern Associated Pron
(IOiiicaoo, January 2,?The pack
ors and shippers of cuttle a'nd
dressed beef For export in this cit ;.
were- much alarmed to-day to rend
ol the latest embargo action of the
Knrnueuu authorities, the closing 01
Antwerp to American beef. Thoj
were iudigunut und determined to
protest against the embargo ns an
bit trage, as well as a vital blow at the
oattle raising industry of tbo cottu
5 I'hoy declared that tho sugar s?hn
dtile in the Gorman-Wilson bid was
responsible for the closing of the
continental ports, and that the
pleuro pneumonia excuse was only a
subterfuge. All tbe live stock ex?
changes in the West will take con?
cert d action for the purpose of pre?
vailing on Cougress to bring about
by legislation a removal oi the ein
tl?-.,t|illttti for Si-timor.
By Southern Associated Press
Lassixo, Mich,, January 2 ? The
Republican* in Legislative caucus
hen.: this evening placet! in nomina?
tion Senator James McMillan for
the long term as United States
Senator from Michigan. The nomi?
nation moans election us there is
only oh? Democrat in Iho Legisln
tore. The shoit term nomination
will be made tomorrow evening,
jiiat ?viini ton \t mil.
A largo and selected hue of um?
brellas, canes ami gloves (or Xmus
preseUtS at special low pi ices iroiu
today. L.Jack Oliver .v. Co., but?
ters, 11 I Mum street,
.1 list II ceo it oil*
A new lot of gouts' call lined
winter tan shoos at S3. Ask to see
tho wet weather shoes, the only one
ol the kind in this market, at ,1.
.Madden'*. 306* Church street, notrly
opposite Wood street.
Bananas, apples, oranges, lemons,
potatoes, onions, cabbage, pears,
etc., at wholesale. Ceo. Ii, Dawes,
1 Id Water street,
1)HCENTX STISNOIb WORKS iF.iu
nioriy t win City). Rubber Stamps,
cheeks auii m al Presses made to
order, .--teuou lirusuee au i Pastn m
stoat- Factory ami onion re.n- of the
ltopor building on viator street. En?
trance also from ? iviKon Htrnot. First
S. n TURN Kit A CO..
? Spectacles Accurately Fitted. ?
? ? I
DR. QEO. D. LEVY, <>
^ 17 (iranby Street, t
J Lyes Examined Free.
GRAND OPENING SALE
Horses ? Mules
Tuesday, January I, 1895,
AT 10 A. 31.. AT TUE
Dealern im.I othors ?.int,?^ - t > :>, ilo
not ?Dow this opportunity to pn*s to b:ty
wliiii yon want \\o taku ureiit | lonsure
in tuaukiui; ..ur patroUs ior their pat
roiikgo iu the piou, and we ?<k the oon
t nititiioe of same, wo have increased
in facilities with our now stables com?
pleted. Our trails increasing to nuch an
cxtuut, we wi.l liavn t'4l two sales every
w. ok TUESDAI ami IVIDAV tit 1"?.
Tito stock will he ttiruiHhe I by tbo
Biinio reliable shipper* in the Wont.
Muli'. io I especially tor tbo Southern aud
I astei ii Virgin 11 tiaue.
Wn re Ter nith pleasuro t? tho open,
?Irabrhl-f rward manner in which our
past An Mm. ido* have been conducted,
aud iiMsnr thu public that there will bo
no exception to the rule In the futur i.
lively animal sold 1111 ter a guaiautec to
be us represented or in i;ev in funded?
?_M lioui-H tr nl on nil stock sold.
Iteuieaib r wo koII nt auetioB every
Turn |?y and 1 r tint during the leasnu,
ami again - tiir publi ' tb it thov can tin 1
II 111 t go supply oil hand at pri hta Hale all
thu time, nur tnoito ? io neli thoin mid
? hint keep t ein. Wishing ail a happy
now your, wc no. Ye y respeatfully,
l.IVK W'POOK (J MlPAXY,
511 aud r>9 l-'l Union street.
Railroad -:- SteamboaS
\, Mill -> Supplloa.'
4 and 6 Woe. Market :Squara
Norfolk. Vau _
F. L. SUDE k CO.,
Railroad, Steamboat and Mill
WOOD PULLEYS ul a'.t sizes; l.ATH
MILL'S EMEtM K.MIi: UlllNDliltti,
mi nsos * a i:\ai a leather hklt
JN.i. PLYMOI I'H COHDAQfi; BOlLKitU?
a I sizes foi steam beating. Agent* for
M ignekiu e tional Covering au? Uoilcra
an.i Sham PipdS.
8 Market Square?
Wo will I ay i 0J to ANVONK who will
show a policy ol ANV KIND, ol ANY
COM PAN \ represented iu Norfolk which
has oq iu ed in ItliSCLTS to tho holdor
the ItESI LTS paid byTho Northwestern
upon an oxacilTyslnlilar policy as to dato,
nxo cost and kind
D, Humphreys & Son,
Borruss, Son & Go,,
Commercial ?u 1 other buBiue<a paper
l.oaua negotiated on Urorable tat ois.
Cny lionds and other securities bought
uopusitH received attd accounts mvitod
Jutorost allows i on tiiao leposits.
9uio i eposit lioxoi for rout. Charged
mo leiste. , ,
Draw nils of ? .xobadge and in ikseabla
transf. rs to Europe.
Letters of ere nt meuo.l oti principal
cities or tbe world. oc.17
ORDER $21, $23, $25.
To meet i!.o low pri ?-?( Iho coming j'-jr wo propose making up any goods lu our MI'lN
( HAM t'Ali,OIl!N~ti l>i:i'AKT.Ml..Vl lor tue next unity clays
AT ACTUAL COST!
These Goods loelude SCOTCH CHKVIOTS and ENGLISH WORSTEDS of the very b??t
Imported Sto u. I IT UUAKANTEK?, as we mslcesll our suits to order tu our own lion is.
Suits i.i the liest god Is at S-'l, J'i3 ami |25, but these price, arc l'OK ( ASil ONI.'/.
CL/?UDE W. JVOK^TttlSKiV *Sz CO.,
i-.ivo Tallora and Clothistra,