*3eo Oliver's leoders iu umbrellas.
Discussion by the Senate's Com?
mittee on Finance.
NO CONCLUSION REACHED
Democrats Fail to Suggest and Re?
publicans Decline to Commit
Themselves. Silver Sena?
tors Will Not Vote tor a
B? Southern Assocmtod l'roas.
Washington, .luuuary 10.?Tlio
Feuuta Commit too <>u Finance dm
cussed the financial nil nation Una
?ifteruoorj (or three-quarters of an
Hour without cotuiug to nuy couclu
eion regarding tho ourrenoy ijucs
lion. The Democrats failed to sug
pOHt any tangible proposition uud
tho Bepublioans doelined to commit
themselves to any policy.
Ao one member of tho committee
expressed it, tho tune was consumed
In bandying questions buck uud
forth between members. Before
tho committee adjourned to meet
Saturday at 10 o'clock each member
was cautioned to sny nothiu?; about
what transpired iu the room, ami
thero appeared to be a general dts
jposiliou to maiutuiu a strict silence.
Various'suggestions of a tentative
character were advanced, but in no
inatauco did those oharged with re?
sponsibility put forward a single
proposition ns one upon which tbey
would likely agree. The Republi
cans when urged to suggest some
means for the solution of the prob?
lem, talked tnnti aud refrained
from acoepting the invitation.
Taken altogether tho meeting was
without results, and when it became
apparent that uo headway could be
tuailo it whs agreed that nothing
further should l>e dune until Sat?
urday, when Mr. Vest will submit a
bill which ho hopes will include
the ideas favored by bis side of tho
chamber, it is probable that other
members may ulso eomo prepared
3u like mahnen
Knough whs gathered from tho
disoussion to lenrn that silver .Sena?
tors, under no circumstances, would
vott. for mi issue of homls that did
got carry with it nn arrangemdut
that oared fur bilver iu the most
?uhst?iitinl miiuuer. All of these
Senators Bgreod that that tho only
thing in that direction that would
be satisfactory war- tho unlimited
coinage of silver, its freu coiuiij u
they might waive, under proper con?
Mr. Vest at the samo time deolares
his friendship for silver und stated
lo his colleagues that be would vote
for an issue of bouds suflicieut to re
fund the greenbacks and the trea?
sury notes issued under tbe Bber
tu?n uet, provided there was coupled
with it o thorough recognition of
cilver worded in a fashion that would
remove tho disorotionnry power of
the .Secretary of tbe Treasury. It
Is ijot unlikely that either Mr. Vest
<ir ftoiuu other Domicrat ou
tho committeo will prepare a bill
fomewhal ou the Inns of Wbartou
Barker, of Philadelphia, during the
e-trlo fur the repeal of the pur?
chasing clause of the Sherman not.
Under Ibat proposition bonds were
lo be issued at a low rate of interest
And the ?overnmeut was to com tbe
silver, retaining the difference be?
tween the bullion und the mint
value, paying for the bullion nt the
market price iu standard silver dol
Tho ultra silver men on tho com?
mittee and iu the Sonata autugouize
this, bowovcr, aud ;.o to the exteut
of opposing bouds uuder any eir
ennistaucos and m tbe oatogory may
bo included Senator? Yoorhcos uud
It is understood that these Sena?
tors, representing tbe silver element
In both parties, favor a plan that
eliminates bouds entirely, mid Mr.
Voorueos iu tho more inclined to
favor it, becauso he is unalterably
opposed t<> bouds for the further
tiso ol tho national bunks. The
Idea, thorefore, that meets with
Ids approval mal that oi his
silver oolleagiios more than any?
thing olse, in this proposed measure;
Ilm funding of tbo greenbacks and
Treasury notes, aggregating $500, ?
600,000, by the issuing ol gold cer?
tificates and the destruction of all
ftreonbaoks and Treasury not y ns
rfast us they are substituted by
these coin certificates, when the
gold surplus in the Treasury ex?
ceeds <]( 0,000,000, these cortilicotes
10 bo redeemed in either gold or
Silver, tit tho optioti of tbo See
retury of tho Treasury; when tho
surplus fnlls below this mark I ho law
to require these emu certificates to
bo redeemed in silver; tbo unlimited
?oinage of silver, tho Government
|o stand between iho people and the
mine owners by withholding the
seignior ago and 'paying for the bul?
lion in standard hilvor dollars at the
market price of silver bullion; no
national bunk noto to bo issued in
ttiiuonmiatioufi larger than $20,
Snob a Boheme im thin would put
jnoro silver iu circulation, tho silver
meu say, and crento a steady market
for it, while tho substitution of coin
certificates for tho greenbacks
and treasury notes would, as
they look at the situation,
prevent tho constant drain of
gold from tho treasury. Even this
proposition, however, tho silver Re?
publicans will not agree to until they
know what the I'resideut will do.
When naked nhout it by one of the
committee the leader of tho silver
forces declarod that not until they
had been assured that tho President
would sign such a bill would they
ever consider it.
It is understood that Mr. Aid rieb
or some other Republican will snli?
mit to tho cominitteo at tho meet?
ing Saturday a bill restoring tho
reciprocity arrangements iu torco
under the McKinley not as a sub
stituto for any financial measuro
that may bo brought, forth.
There nro indications that tho Re?
publican leaders aro not anxious for
au extra scssiou of Congress, ami
would prefer, if they can do so con?
sistently, to aid eomo scheme that
would dispose of the pending
trouble during the stimmor months
nud leave its linol settlement
for the neTv Congress that
will conveuo in regulur session noxt
December, If their aid is given to
uuy proposition it must bo along
Republican lines, aud thoy rein?
force their arguments in this mutter
by tho statement that Democrats
might us well accept it now as to bo
compelled to do so either in extra
scsmou or during the next Congress.
Tho meeting Saturday will, in all
probability, be profitless, for mem?
bers of the committee of both par
tics agree in saying that nothing
was accomplished to iudicnto any
change in the sentiment of the mem?
bers as to what should ho douo or
to encourage the belief thut any
thing ut all will ue doue.
Items Ticked From All Parts of tbe
Ex-Socrotary Stephen I>. Elkins
seems to huvo overcome every ob
stuelo for the nomination ns United
Stutes Senator from West Virginia.
Frank Leverett, ex-United states
Marshal of tho Southern District of
Georgia, died at his homo iu Ma. on,
A oolouy ol thirty-live from Mich- |
igun and Ohio has bout 2?.U.IU acres
of land in Bertie county, 2s. C, and
will occupy it.
No change in Miss Stoveuson. it
is now believed that there is no
hope for her recovery,
i'he Itopublicau joint Legislative
caucus lust night nominated Uou,
Will nun E, Chandler to succeed
himself ns United States Senulor
from New Hampshire.
Editor in 'I'roitbio,
Bv Southern Associate 1 1'ross.
OtlARLOTTE, N. C, .luuuary 10.?
A special to tho Observer from
Itulborfordtou, N. i\, says that
Editor D. .). Carter, ol the Herald,
of thut place, wus arrested this
morning charged with throwing
rocks last night through tho win
dows of the Butherfordtou Dem?
ocrat. Witnesses who heard tho
crashing oi the glass swore thai they
suw the prisoner uud ideutilied him
as t ho olVeuder. Carter testified that
ho saw a man throwing rocks
through the windows of the Demo?
crat ollioe und himself threw u rock
ut this man us ho tied, aud ut this
juncture the witness came upon torn
und ho was too much excited to e\
plum. In default of bad of S300
Carter was committed to jail.
Sllltlll t IIIItill (?IlillVa
by South, i n As-o dated Praia,
Washington, .lunuury 10.?Wm.
Siuitli, an employe oi the bureau of
Bugraving nod Printing, appointed
from New Jersey, was found guilty
this aflernoou of stealing 52,0 10 -
cent postage stumps from the bureau.
Tho jurv recommended to tho pris?
oner to the mercy of tho court. Two
other men urj yet to bo tried for
Complicity in tho robbery. Smith
und oiio of tho nieu wont to New
York with two women aud disposed
of u lurgo number of stumps there.
Uv Southern Associated 1'rosa.
LYXCiinulto, Vu., January ]o.?
Wallace, of Roanoko, und Batter
white, of Lyuchburg, to-uight
plaj ed tho second of u series of pool
games for tho ohampiouship of Vir
giuia, resulting in favor of the hit
tor by u score of 'J?tl to 232, iho
decisive game will be played to tuor
I,uce Cm i:iins.
Gennino Brtissi If?, lovely patterns,
$5,50 per pair; Irish point, s"> per
pair; prettiest Nottingham ever in
the city. Special one week, Creeoy
,V Dill, 188 Mn\u street.
For chapped hands, chapped lips,
chafes und all minor skiu troubles,
wo recommoud Quratol Fuoo Wash,
l.urgo pint bottles, 50 cents,
WatCll lor Our t.r?-nl tTearih? Nate
Sweeping roduotiou in dress
goods, coats und jackets: Sou our
advertisement in Suturday'a paper,
L R, A. Suiiudei'fi,
NORFOLK f ENEFITED
What "The Virginian" Has Accomplished?
Generous Tributes to Its -Enterprise.
If tho city of Norfolk bad takou teu thousand dollarB out of its troasury and spent it olliurwisn in adver?
tising tho interests of that community, it could not linvo accomplished as much hi Tin: VTTi unian hau at its own
cost. Snob numbers as Tub Virginian issued on the 1st and as tho Dispatoh issues every New Year's l>uy do
great good to tho city advertised, yet we may say that such eutorprise is rarely appreciated us it should be.?
It is quite safe to say that $100,000 expended in any othor form of advertising would not have- aoeom
plishcd us much for Norfolk as Thk Virginian's trade edition. Tho Dispatch is i i;;lit in saying that suuh elTorts
uro not properly appreciated. We venture the assurtiou that Mr. Cilouuun did not ruali/.o ns muoh in profits
for his labor und enterprise, to soy nothing of capital nud other resources employed, as should liavp been paid
to a compotent clerk for tho time eugoged in this rjroat work of lovo and public spirit, Aud this is said with u
full knowledge that Norfolk is a ootnpnrutively generous community towards itB newspapers. lu some othor
communities iu this Ste.to Mr. Gleuuau'a enterprise would huve been a ruinous undertaking for its projector.
Why? Because iu some of our Virginia cities thore seems to be a dispositiou, iu privato as well us in official
circles, to griud tbo newspapers ilowu to the very lowest post-iblo rates, unmindful that the so-oalled cheap
thing is almost iuvnrmbly an inferior thing. This is a mistaken and suicidal policy, aud tho city that adopts it
will not only be poor, but will stay poor. There was no other foroo so effootive in raising Atlanta from un
unimportant city of tweutj' thousand population to its prosout position of woaltll and power us its great news?
paper, tho Constitution, backed up and sustained by liberal public spirit, The same public spirit in Norfolk
will enublo 'I'm" Virginian to do for that city what tho Constitution has done for Atlanta, and would euable
newspapers everywhere to promote tho welfaro and prosperity of their cities. But, biso tho Irishman tbut fed
bis horec on straw n day, you can't etarvo your newspapers aud got tho best results from them. Whether wo
would Imvo it so or not, intelligent and observing people abroad will judge tho spirit und enterprise of a com?
munity by the character of its newspapers. Aud newspapers will persist iu goiug ubroud mid teliiug the tale,
bo it good or lmd. ? /'< tcrsbury Tndex-Appenl,
The House Gets Down to Work
FAVORABLE REPLY TO HAWAII.
To Amend Shipping Laws. Ur?
gent Deficiency Bill. Skirmish
in the Senate. Caffery Ar?
gues Against the Nica
By Southern Associated Press.
Washington, January 10. ? House.
?The House made u record iu the
mutter of transaction of business to?
day that compares favorably with
that oi any previous duy for a long
time. The lluwaiian eorrespoud
I ence, nitule publics yesterday, was
i laid before the House uud referred
to the Committee on Foreign Affairs
for report upon the recommendation
of ths President, thut the request id
tbe Hawaiian Government, to ho
permitted to leuso Neokur Island to
u British sub-marineeablecompany,
bo favorably reported upou by Con?
Saturday, tho 2d duy of February,
was set apart for tho delivery of
eulogies upon the life nud services
of the late Senator Alfred H, Col
quitt, of (leorgia.
A resolution was agreed to asking
the Secretary of the Interior to tell
Congress why tho agreement with
the Kiekapoo Indians for the cesstou
of thoir lauds in (Ikluhomu, made iu
1871 uud ratified t>y Congress in
1893, hud not been carried into ef?
Tho following bills were passed:
House bill to define the crimes of
murder in the first ami second de?
gree, manslaughter, mutiny uud de?
sertion uud to abolish the death p?n?
al ty for certain othor critnos.
bouate bill to amend tho shipping
laws so us to ubolish the require?
ment of bonds for tho registry of
House bill authorizing Collectors
of Customs to add to the certificates
of inspection of American vessels
the gross and net tonnage as ascer?
tained with conformity with the
laws of foreign countries with which
tho vessels trade.
Thirteen private pension bills
were also passed,
Mr. Springer endeavored to so
cure the passage by unanimous con?
sent of tho Semite bill granting n
pension of $100 a month to Major
General John A, McClernand, of
Illinois, but .Mr. Strong (Itep.), of
.Most ot the nfteruoon was spout
iu consideration of the District of
Columbia appropriation bill for the
year ending .) uuo ;;u, 1 SOG, the last of
tho general appropriation bills on
tho ealeudar. It carries a total of $3
100jl37, besides $201,010on ucootiut
of tho water department.
The House at 4:15 p, 1:1. adjourn?
ed until to morrow.
Sex at!?. ? A preliminary skirmish
over the items in the Urgent Defic?
iency bill, appropriating $211,800
for ".Oil additional deputy collectors
of internal revenue aud $1S,000 for
ten additional reveniio ageuts in
eonncchou with tho enforcement of
tho income tux, took place in the
Sonuto to day.
Tho amendment prepared by Mr.
Quay that nothiug 111 any law, to
tho contrary, shall preclude u court
of tho United States from determin?
ing tho constitutionality und validity
of tho iucomo tux, was olturod by
Mr, Hill, who explained that a cur
I tain uwctiou uf Use JUayised Statuten
stood iu tlio way of & suit for iu
jauctiou against the assessment or
oollcotiou of a tax, aud it was tliat
Beetiou \\lnob tho arueu Iruout pro?
posed to set asido for t?o special
purposo of testing the coustitutiou
ulity of tho uicouio tax'.
A motion to lay the amendment
on the table was made by IM r. Peffer
uud was defeated, whereupon tho
bill mid the nmendmeut went over
without action until to-morrow, Mr.
Quay giving notice of other amend?
ments to re enact the whole of the
McKinley law and to retmpose tho
Tho Nioaragnan Onnal bill was
takon up aud an argument was mude
ugainst it by Mr. Cutlery. The Al
drich resolution deolaring the scuso
of the Senate to be thut ouo or moro
vessels should be stationed at Hono?
lulu wout over till to-morrow, when
the latest correspondence from the
Hnwiiau Ialuu ds, to which Mr. Al
drieh wished to refer, will bo print?
ed. The reinstatement of Mr. liar
ris as l'resideut of tho Sotiuto pro
tempore, in plaoe of Mr, Hansom,
who retired voluntarily from that
position, took place with all the
The thanks of (be Senate were, on
motion of Mr. Muudersou, voted t >
Mr. Hansom for the able, diguilied,
courteous and impartial mauuer in
winch ho had discharged tho duties
of president pro tempore.
Notice was given by Mr. Hansom
that memorial ceremony in memory
of his lute colleague, Suuutor Vance,
hail been postponed from Thursday,
the 17th iust., to Saturday, the l'Jth.
At D:25 the Senate adjourned,
Piiirlnrcli at nil Hie Artuoiilun*.
liv Southern Auooiated Press.
London, January 1?.?Tho SI.
James Gazette publishes u dispatch
iroiu Constantinople which says
thut the new Armenian Patriarch
lzunrliuu was formally onlhroued
yei terday as tho "Patriarch of all
the Arineniaur?." After ho had
taken the oath the Patriarch de?
livered an address in which lie said
"Fidelity to the government ought
to move iu accord with tho convic?
tion that we eujoy complete security
of our honor, live-, und property.
The rights of the nation und the
churoh uro sac-red and unpreBorip
:> out nun ion s i oiiflriusitl.
By Southern Associate 1 Pros*.
Washington, January 10. ?The
Senate to day ooutirmed tho follow?
ing nominations: Lieutenant Com?
mander FmuLTiu Uauford, to be u
eommaniler in the navy, Assistant
I'lugineor Hary 0, Leopold, to bo a
passed assistant engineer iu the
navy. Passed Assistant Eugineci
K. W, (iult, to bo a chief engineer
in tho navy.
Prior to stock-taking, February
1st, wo will offer dtumouds and
watches at the vet\ lowest figures to
cash buyers, F, fl. Uulo, 1G2 Mum
Don't i'ny *t 50 tsr e'JOO
f.ir'a Cash Legist, i , wheu wo can
sell you ouo for one sixth the sum.
Don't buy ouo without examining
ours. It has a good many cheap
imitations, but no equals. Drop u
postal to Levy A Jacobs, 200 High
street, Portsmouth, Va.
Jnuiinrv Uleuriug ?nie?
Hoforo taking inventory, we will
beam Monday, December :ilst, to
offer tho balance of our stook of la?
dies' und children's cloaks less than
eobt. Cut prices on drees goods.
YV'iuter underwear for ladies, gents
and children at greatly reduced
pricos. Cull early if you want bocuo
good borgaius, Lgvj Bros,, 17-1
1 Main streut?;
Argument in the Case Against
New Orleans' Mayor,
A CASE FOR IMPEACHMENT
Henry Bier Indicted for Perjury In
the Famous Street Railway
Franchise Deal. Will
Be Adjudged by a
My Southern Associate.! Progs.
New Orleans, January 10. -A
greiit crowd was nttraotod to Civil
District Court to-day to hear tho ar?
gument iu tho impeachment cutto
against Mayor Fitzpatriok.
I . Li. Miobardsou, although he
1 had not concluded his excellent
argument when an adjournment was
taken yesterday evening, was
obliged to mako way to day on SO
! count of previous arrangements as
to time to tho defense, who uro en?
titled to to day and to-morrow in
which to present their arguments.
(ion. T. M. Miller opoued for tho
defense when court convened, Ho
proved to bo ? line Bpeakor, His
argument was considered u master
piece and he admirably siiBluiued
the excellent reputation ho brought
with bim to New Orleans, after fill
in,? tho exalted post of Attorney
deuerul of Mississippi,
ISKI? TBU fOR PERJURY,
It will be remombered that certain
persons secure 1 tho street railway
frunohises in this .-ity u fow moutba
ago, ostensibly paying S70l),0U I lor
the same, hut it was developed in
tbe proceedings against tbe boodle
conncilmen that 5800,000 was act
Dally jiuul. Henry liier, the broker
who managed tho deul, wus indictod
Judge Mois was seen this morn?
ing relative to the status of tho ea-.e.
300 M El A D
?;o BE BOLD
*v'r ai;ctiox i
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1895.
at 11) a. M.. at i n a
Norfolk Norse Exchange.
Tho stock will oousUt or lloiso- and
Mulos irotn some ul reo host n:i<t w. II
l no <u shippers in Kent n uv. reuuessi'O,
Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania a:id Mia*
our usual ter.n- will ho obstrvod??Ab?
soluts snlo. no I v ?bidding. Twanty*foiir
hums triil Had ifsto k ? hot ?a repro
soiite I. yottrnioD<-y will ho roiuntied.
We ?i )i to call tiio attentiou oi the
public to tl.e fael that we hue two sales
a W< ek. on 1 UU4DAVK and I'KIDAiS.
THE McCLEAItV-M OLELL.VN
LIVE s I OOK Con PA NY,
69and 59 1-2 Union street.
SBT.URNERvCO * ?
? - ? ? ???oi^icTeA; oi .', o i.e..'/';'.
RH0ENIX STENCIL WORKS
i .',,t'"('-\"'f.-ifts:1\. Pf ??<?,? . f ... :' ? *JI
g*|V 30 NlV^yNs.t i^hfolk VA
Tho attorneys for the defense at the
m t mgumout of Itter, contended
Win' the defendant could bo tried
l>y Ihu .fudoo. us ho profotro I thut
lie should 1)0 tried by tlui court und j
not by a jury. Tho court denied
thf und the defonuo thou asked for
ttmo in wbiob to look up authorities ;
aud show that the dofuuduut could!
be tried us requested, Tho court |
took the mutter under advisement,
pending tho presoutation of author?
Judge Mois stated that tho attor
ncv hud i.ot us yet submitted "my
authority in substantiation of their
claim uud ho would have tho case
tried by u jury. Ho Btated thut tho
laws of the State of Louisiana gave
tho judges of the courts tho right to
sit m judgment on certain cases, but
tho ease of floury Hier, for perjury,
would bo adjudged by u jury of
'?'rial or ifluriianf Icttf,
By Southern Associated 1'ioss.
OlNt iNNAii, .Innnury 10.?The
case of Morgantiold, tho ulieged
Virginia tram robber, ontuo up for
hearing before Judge Wilson to?
day and Moigunticld's wifo was
present during tho proceedings.
Considerable testimony has been
taken iu Iho form of depositions,
soino of winch is to establish tho
identity of MorgnuUold us ouo
of tin? principals in tho Aipuu creek
robbery und noiiio woro taken with u
view of proving un ultbi. Express
Mes&euger OrutobQeld fully identi?
fied Morgonlield as ouo of tho rol>
hers, und told the story of the hold?
up in all its details, Morgantield is
almost certain to be turned over to
the Virginia authorities.
13 a 11 (filial in Ml? Jahn?,
By Southern Ai-suoiatoJ Press.
Bt. Johns' N. P., January 10,?
There woro no further disturbances
in tins city to day. Tho govern?
ment is surveying certain sectiouo
of luud preparatory to beginning
.1 uat llaueavttd,
A new lot of gouts' calf lined
wiutor tun shoos, at ?11. Ask to i>uo
the wet weuther shoes, tho only one
of tho kind in this market, ut AI. J,
IVIadden's, 800 Ohurob street, nearly
opposite Wood street.
Did you ever huvo 81,000 in your
pocket ut one tune'.' You oan have
it if one purtielo of cocaiuo can be
found in "l'ho Newest Discovery,"
lor oxt. of teeth, no pain. N. V.
Dental Kuoniu only ,1G2 Main street,
SU Itlaiu Street, J, J. t uber. Pbo?
Twelve cubiuots aud ouo liixHO
crayon, 88. Hemember, head of
i Hol Market Square.
In view of the fatsl that the annual
diviilcu Is .net cash surpl us on
nr.) k> ram ti larger than those of New
\avk Compiiuies, you cnu make money
v i bituglug any others foi Northwest?
er u polio s3.
D. Humphreys & Son,
F. L. SUDE I CO., ~
Railroad, Steamboat and Mill
WOOD PULLHYfl of all slaos; LATH
MILLS. LMLKY li.MI'l. UKINDKltS,
Ml'N.-U.\ S .V PAQK'S LKATHKlt BlfiLT
IN .. PLYMOU Ml CORDAQK; IK HLlittS,
a I fi/c-B for steam heatui};. Agent I'oi
Magiieeia Soctioual Covering aud Boilers
an t Strum Pipes.
8 SVlarket Square?
Burrussg Son & Co.,
Commercial nu t othor busiuais pause
Loans negotiat sd ou favorable terms.
Uuy i.ouds and other securities huu^ht
an t sold.
j topos Its reoeiv. u nut uooottuts i uvited,
lutorcst ttliowii I ou time uoposits.
Sato i eposit lloie* for reut. Chargo?
Draw Hille of l.xehiiugo and make cablu
trauaL-ra to Europe.
Letters of ere ut ioBUC.l ou prinoipai
cities of tho ivorld. oc27
G reat Sensation Developed by the
Arrest of Allsbrook.
COINED ONLY GOLD METAL
The King Bun of a Dangerous Gang.
Perfect Work. Trapped By a
Decoy Notice. More Ar?
rests Will Be Mado
Savannah, Qaf, January 10.?A.
Morning News' Bpeoial from Brnna
wick save tho arrest yeaterdoy of P.
11. Allabrook, briefly announced in
tbeso dispatches, has developed
into ono of tlie largest sized sen?
sations of tho Now Year uud em?
braces several States and many
people, hosidt's bidding fair to im?
plicate a government ollioial in a)
Allsbrook is I bo king boo of a
gang of dangerous counterfetlers,
w ho huvo been Hooding the Caro?
linas, T'enuoHse, (ioorgia and other
Southern States with spuriouu
money for a long timo past. Tbey
dealt in big game anil coined only
gold metal, considering silver too
small to bother with.
I n addition, his gang ma lo an ex?
cellent counterfeit lull aud there was
but little trouble in passing them,
bo perfect was their work. The se?
cret service divistou of the
Treasury Department has beont
on his track for months. The Morn?
ing News correspondent has from
a roliiblo sourcs that a Government
official iiomo diatauce from this city
is BUBpOCtod of boiug a n uifederate.
Allsbrook also hud cm fedoratos in
Brunswick und more nrrosts will ha
mudo in Uiuuswick to-morrow
Allsbrook wns trapped by n decoy
uotico from Postmaster Atclirowu
that n registered letter awaited bun.
McBrowu hud been put on tho
watch by Inspector Porsyth, of At?
lanta, und when Allsbrook rospondtd
ho WHS at rested.
1 STOP THIEF!! |
I REWARD I
FOR HIS CAPTURE.
l or sonic time past a man
representing liimsell to be a re?
lation or representative of my
will known Optical i-.stablish
incut has been swindling the
people of Norfolk and Ports?
I HAVE NO AGENTS.
Beware et impostors, and if
any one making representations
as above attempts to sell VOU
spectacle- Hi' eye-glasses, notify
me at once by telephone and I
will pay you well lor your
DR. GEO. D. LEVY, |
17 (iraiiby Street, ?
I TELEPHONE 777. *
I Spectacles flccuraieiy Filled.
# DR. QEO. I). LEVY,
f i7 Granby Street, ?
J Eyes Examined Free.
MAYER GO; J
* and, 6 Woit Markoi jSquar^
Wo ?ivo yon tho btit of gooiU. Workmanship as Rood as tho best. Prices,
8i0, fill, ?iJj.
OJLvAUJMS ^V. JVOI^ITMI^K^ ??S CO.,
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