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^ VOL. XL Villi?NO. 120._ NORFOLK^ V?., THipSDAY, APRIL 11, 1895.
PRION 2 CENTS
HEAVY Mil DISASTERS.
Clyde Line Steamer Sunk Off Cape
CREW AND PASSENGERS SAFE.
The Merritt Wrecking Company Asked
lo Send a Vessel to Her Assist*
Mice. Forward Hold Filled
With Water. She is a 1,600
.The steamship Crontan, of the Clyde
Jjiue, Captaiu Uuusoti, bound from
Hew York to Wilmiugton, N, C, with
u geueral cargo aud a largo passenger
lint, epruug alcuk Tuesday moruiug
etmhit 4 o'clock olV Cape Lookout.
There was much excitement aboard,
eud os the forward hold tilled rapidly
with water the captaiu rau her usboro
aud asked for nssistaneo.
The pusseugora weru taken oft' at
Jieauforl aud sent by rail to Wiluiiug
tou. Capt. Ilauson wired tho ship
ownera who requested tho Merritl
Wrecking Company of Norfolk to seud
a vesaol to her relict, Iho Morritts
reported that they had uo fLiij? that
could be out in lervice at ouce. It was
learned last night tliut no usMstauce
could be had this Hide of New York.
The Croatou is a strong vessel of
1,500 tons. She in lying well, und as
the weuthcr ia favorahlo can be pulled
?ill' without trouble should assistance
arrive before there is a change iu the
TUB al,\ ESA,
The llntish steamship Alvern?, Capt.
Dow, bouud from Kingston to New
York, with passengers uud freight,
arrived here Tuesday night ieakiug. it
wa6 learued that on the Mil, while u
heavy sea was running, u large pinic
fell from the boitoui ut the ship and
that the whole of the after compart
lueuta were sootl full of water up to the
Pumps were put to work Lut the
f-h p could not lie relieved.
.Muuy of thu passengers believed that
tho hhip was going dowu mid there
van great excitement among them.
'the Captain rei-orts that about *210
tous of coileo, Migur and honey were
thrown overboard, but this aid not
relieve tho distress. The boats were
cleared away and provisioned for
funnelling, imt were not necessary.
The Alvena is now ou iho Atlantic City
the Alvena had on board ( apt. Ltt
pins K.t'orsoti untl crew,of ti e schooner
4 Ian!. I'ratt I.if.which was uhillidoUod
Mm i'li '2.1 iu a sinking condition.
NOTIC13 TO MAllINIHs.
Tun Lighthouse B >ard gives notice
thut the damages caused by icu having
been repaired, tho following postlights
<>n tho Thann river, Oonu,, have beeu
relighted: Ice House, No. :;. Uxcd
white; Long Keuch (upper), No. ;?,
fixed white, Pride Pier, No, IG, fixed
red; Burnt House Pier, No. 18, Hxed
rod. The Uxed red lantern light dis
played on the cast b?uk of tha river
while the Long Reach i upper i struc?
ture was being repaired has been dis
His Opinion in Regard lo the Railway
BV Southern Associate 1 I'ro-is.
Bamimoiih. Md., April 10,?Presi
dent 1,'. C. Curzon Huilinao, of
the Seaboard Air-Line, said to
duy that the decision of tho lu
ler-Staie Commerce Commission,
which permits tho Southern railroad
to meet the cut iu passenger rates made
by Iho Seaboard to Atlanta without re?
ducing tho rate to interuiodiiitu points,
would not att'ect the situation ma?
terially, except that thu decision might
five the impression that his hue was
Iu tho wrong iu cutting rates.
Commenting on tho decision Prosi
dent U-'llniim said: "I no louger sec
*uy use for the Inter Stale Commerce
Commission, That body has virtually
given tue Southern Hm.road Company
n weapon with which to light us, and
tins repudiated about thu only import?
ant clause of the act under which it
?'1 in-long and short haul clause of
tho law has beeu upheld by all the
Courts, and I urn surprised that the
Inter State.Commission should bo'the
first to nullify it, I cauuot say ut
jpreet-nt what we will do next, but we
sure ab:o and ready at all times to pro
feet our rigbt? uud property.
I ugillva Jnbcg Itiiltour.
Bv southern Associate I Pross.
Brusos Avues, April 10. Tho
Steamer Tartar Prince, with tho fu?
gitive defrauder of Bnglish building
aooietieB, Jabez Spencer Hullern on
board, is still detaiued here by low
lides, Yesterday iho Crimiual .tudgu
(if Salta scut ollicors ou boaid the
eteamor to demand tho surrender of
)iulfonr, Tho ship's captaiu com?
municated with the british .Mitunter
<it) the subject, Bud the lutter Ol?Clal
laid iho matter before the foreign
Minister. lue result was that the
Foreign Minister sent a ileiaohment of
foldiers tu prevent Bulfuur from re
buttermilk aud ico Cream at Mao's.
Nuilimni s mi f usngreaa.
bv rAuntliorn Associated Press
Mkmimiis, Tenu., April 10.?At 10::30
this morning tlte National Turf Uuu
gross tuuk ii recess until 11 h. iu., having '
been 'iu session through thu evening
without accomplishing tnuoh. Tho ap- !
phcnlioD of tho Virginia Jockey Club
of St. Asaph for admittauee was re?
jected, though the club may conduct
rucing uuder tho rules. Tho Congress
expects to present new rulcB to day.
T. It. Montgomery, vice-president,
presides iu the absence of President
Motlit, nud Secretary llapper is ou
By Southut u Associate 1 l'ross
London, April 10,?The House of
Coiumous met ut noon to-day and pro?
ceeded at ouoo to tho election of a
Speaker to succeed Kight Hon. Arthur
Wellosly Peel, resigned. Samuel Whit
brcud proposed ;tho name of William
Count Gully, Liberal, whose uoiniua
ttou was seconded by Augustine Tyrol!.
Sir .lohu Mnwbray nomiuuted und
Johu Floyd W barton seconded tho
uotuiuntiou of Sir .Matthe? W hite Hid
iy. Conservative. Mr. Gully was
elected bv u vote of -<> to '211 for Sir
Contimit in Hurt ant.
Uv Southern AsMOcmtc i Pres?.
Boston, April lit. At the meeting
of the overseers ol Harvard College to?
day, tho question of the ooutiuuauce of
football was the impetus of discussion.
Alter the mutter hud been fully ro
viewed tno overseers decided noon a
sort of compromise. They voted to
sustain tho Athletic Committee ot th-.<
college iu their |H>sitiun on football us
ngaiust tho facuity and that foot ball
may retnaiu ou the one condition that
the existing evils may be remedied. It
this condition be not fulfilled the gams
will be abolished.
Fever Hunt iii ('iibiu *****
BvHoutheru Amoouoi-1 Press.
Nbw York, April 10.?The Ward
l.iuu ste-.imer Seneci, which arrived
this moruiug from Mexican peris and
Havana,it wus learned that while noth?
ing ollieiul could be beard of tho pro?
gress of the Cubau insurrection, the
upribiug wa^ geucrul throughout the
island uud was ginning ground dally,
Lvorything is ut a lngli tension among
the people, and the insurgents have
more sympathizers tuau tho authorities
are willing to admit.
?lore an tu-1 if* tlonei'i
Bv Southern Associ-itu i Prats.
CtNi [SNA 11, O., April 10.? the attor?
neys lur Charles Alorgautleld,convicted
in the \i|iiia Creek trmu robbery, be?
gun trial yosterduy lor an exeoution ou
tho iudemuity bond which was given
by the Adams Kx press Compauy lo
the authorities of this city when that
ooinpauy obtaine i possesciou of the
Si,-100 lound on Morgaufield's person.
Aller tlin tnul .Morguutield gave his
counsel n note for $1,-100, ou which
judgtueut was confessed.
i'oiuiii Ite i lentil**.
Hy Southern Associate i Pros*.
Washington. April 10.?To day in
the District Police i oiirt, which is a
f?deral Iribiioal, Judge Miller ren?
dered a decision tiiat Congres has ex?
clusive jurisdiction over fisheries in the
waters of the Potomac adjacent to tho
District of Columbia, aud that there?
fore a contention raised in thu court by
a \ irginia lawyer that all laws relating
to tho Potomac river fisheries would
have to he ratified by tho State of Vir
gimu did not hold.
Rnrni n??? own i iino.-r.
Ut Soutliern Associate i Press.
Lancastkii, Pa., April 10th.? Tho
large Hume cigar I act or v ol Henry L.
Stehmau, at llobrcstowu, was destroyed
by tiro early this moiuiug. Later
Stehmau surrendered himself to the
authorities bore and acknowledged that
he hud set the place ou lire,and wauled
to be looked up. He was committed
to jail, Tho man is undoubtedly in
soue, Tho loss is about 87,500.
.stohuiRti is a son o! ex-blnto Sonutor
-lohu M. Stehmau.
I'roiiuani* for 14 ii ii Fortfliiue.
11 v Southern Associated Press.
Wasiiinoton, April 10.?The Navy
Department to day Invited proposals
for gun forgiugs for Iho batteries of
vessels for tho navy, Tho advertise
meuts invite all domestic manufactur?
ers of steel lo specify upon what terms
they will furnish ten Bets of rough !
bored und turned forgiugs for four
inch breech leading rules nud twenty
sets rough bored for five inch breech
loading rules. Iho proposals will bo
received up to and including Muv 1st,
on which day they will be opened.
(ion Works Iliu m il.
Ilv Southern Associate i Press.
Lancaster, Pa., April 10.?The en?
tire lower portion of Iho largo plant of
j thu BnsquehsuoB irou Company, at
Columbia, wiis destroyed by lire al au
early hour this moruiug, Tho lire
slur ted iu tho oil house uud spread
throughout tin- structure, Losa, gl 00,
000; covered by insurance. Iho mill
was the largest iu Columbia uud em*
ployed J.'iii men.
Campbell's (Caster ofToriog,
llai. liar, iitsj.
Choice Michigan Hay in lots to suit
tho trndu ohoap. 1).P. Hi-in & Bito.,
nplO D&Wlui 2G9ahd 270 ChutoU -St,
Sentiment in Favor of Annexation
to the United States.
CLUBS FOR THAT PURPOSE
The Government Will Allow the Na?
tives to Form Clubs, Bui iho Gov?
ernment Can Alone Treat With
the United States. Tho
Uv Southern Associate t Press.
VlCTOKlA, Ii. C, April 10. ?Tho fol
lowing ilouulnlu advices up tu April
'Jil have been received hero:
Yesterday, by the advice ol ber pby
sii'iuu, tho ex Queen received permts
siou to walk in any part of the ten aero
uurk ?round tho executive building
alter the close ol oflloe bonraal I p. in,
Shu has beretofore been restricted to
the Use of the vernudus adjoining her
apartment-:. It oauuut ue learned that
the executive contemplates any chuugc
in the place ol her imprisonment.
* if Hie political prisoners in tho pu b
lie prison, Uuliok und Ashfnrd, partic?
ularly thu Utter, are iu wretched
hcultb, Sc ward is also very poorly.
Uickard aud Marshall ore at prescut
mi l lie stek li-t, AU live nre in the
l.?>f|? t?i ward, which in cuiulnrtable.
There are about 11 liy in all ul tho pu
litioai convicts in this pri-on. Lias I
Sunday over ?OUol their Irieuda vinitnl
mom. It im considered neoossary
bereafler to re-trict the frequency ol
Many natives have inquired ol inem
bersol tbe Government whether they
wonld be allowed to lorru auuvxatiou
olnbs without taking the oulhof alln
giauco to the republic. L'bey buve been
informed thai there was entire liberty
in buch matters, but that there would
l b no treating uu tho subject with tbe
United States, except ihruiigh ibis
It lias beeu ileleruiiued to convene a
special session of iho LegiBlaltire with
iu " low weeks, A Icadiug item ol
busiuess will be to authorize tbe aule of
the crown lands. A law for this pur?
pose has been carefully prepared by
President Dole, with the espeoml view
oi meeting the wuuts oi small farmers,
tins iuw will open up Inr^e areas tif
oboice codec aud other limns to set
Tlia War in in. i um.
By Southoro AssooiateJ Press.
Lokdo.v, April 10.?A dispatch from
Shanghai says mat the British steamer
Yik.-uug. which was seized by the .Iu
panese uear Taku, while conveying a
large quantity ol cartridges, has been
taken to Port Arthur.
A dispatch from Sbemonoski says
that l.i [lung Chang has completely
reeovercil from bin injury.und will per?
sonally resume negotiations with the
Japanese I'leoipoteutiaries to day.
A Ceutral News dispatch ?? from
Shanghai bnys- The greatest indigun
tiou is felt hero against tbe shippers uf
tbe cartridges which were tei/ed ou
board tbe steamer 1'ipsaug, lor falsely
declaring tbe character ol the vessol's
cargo. It in rt giirded us disgraceful,
too, tii.it the customs ollicials who es
iiinined the cargo should have passed
them, niitl from tho diet that they did
bo, it is supposed that tlioy are impli
cated iu the allair. Iho owners ol tbe
vessel are held blameless, Buglish
vessels uro being strictly searched, but
Ucrmuu vessels uro not.
Pnacc in f'oioiiibin.
Uv Southern Associate I Press.
Wariuniitox, April 10.?oilicial ad?
vices from ttio Colombian Government
to day announce the complete subjec?
tion ol the rebellion aud the restora?
tion of ii uorn.iil eoniliiioii of peace ia
all tbo departments of tho cou(odera?
tion. Sporadic cases of guerrilla at
tucks iu the inouiitiiiuniis districts are
still to bo expected, and statements of
these may reach tbe coast iu u highly
exaggerated coudition lending to re
ports of engagements or even battles,
bnt tbe telegrapb lines are u^mu in
operation and commerce and business
have been resumed tbruuguuut t e
11i? niirclina IM*a*lt?r.
Uv Southern Associated Press.
Wiirr.i.is.;, \V. Va., April 10, ?At
?1:30 o'clock this morning thu men
olearing away tbe del ris ol the Obau
man uud tlutchiasou buildings found
the body of Hurry Cowl, tbe Western
I'uiou messenger boy. The body was
found iu u stun.ting position, witb bis
urms raised above bis glicml, us thongb
to defend himself from tho falling
debris. The body was badly crushed,
mid almost unrecognizable. The re?
mains were taken t:i Friend's under?
taking rooms to be prepare i for burial.
Tie wus, with a sifter, the only support
of a widowed mother, 'ibis makes
three bodies recovered from the nuus,
uud threo are still iu tho rums.
(tnmpbrll n l.a.ii r (MfurlIIO*.
All ordering ono dozen cabinets at
3.1 will be presented with me of my
carbon ?natos with bandsom? gilt
frauie. This oiler is only for Eu-itcr
i wcea. 1TJ Main street.
Muuhuttan negligee aud white shirts.
Perfect world beaters. Nichols &
Wulluce, loJ Alaiu street.
The Bulletin Issued by the A^ricul
By Southern Assooiatod i'ro<s.
Washington, April 10.?The April
report ol the Btatistioiau of tho De?
partment of Agriculture makes tho
average condition ol winter wheat ou
tho first of April 81.1, agaiust 80,7 lust
year. It was 77.4 in I SOU, 81.2 in 1802
and 06.0 for tho your 1801, Tho aver?
age for rye is 87.0.
The average for wheat for the prin?
cipal States are: New York, 02; Penn?
sylvania, 92; Kentucky, 80; Ohio, 80;
Michigan, 78; ludiann. si. Illinois, 87:
Missouri, si); Kansas, ,Vi; Nebraska,
?16j California. 94.
tieuerally tho pnfit winter has been
hard on wheat. The full of 1891 was it
dry ouc aud not favorable in mauy
States either to gorui million or to the
maintenance of the vitality ol tho
plant. The spring has also been
droughty over extensive areas. Much
good however, him been produced by
thu rains iu the latter part ol March,
particularly iu thu States ol indiuua,
Illinois, Missouri and Iowa, Moderate
rams also tell iu Nebraska ant] South
Dakota. It is reported however, that
the soil wns so dry and bad suffered so
long from drought thut it will require
much heavier ruius to produce any
The average date or seeding of tho
wholo country was Dotobei ?'. Very
little damage from Iho Hessian lly is
PRICE OF BEEF.
The Armours Deny There is Any
Corned in lite Market.
Iiv Southern Assooiatn i Press
OlIlUAUO, April 10. 1 he story lelo
graphed from New York to a morning
paper tlial the recent udvailOO in beet
wus not justified, uud ibal the Chicago
packers were making an efi'ort to con?
trol ttio meat market ol the country
aud advauee prices to couauiuers, is
emphatically denied 1>.. Messrs, Nelson
.Morris, lieorgo V. Swiit, Armour A
Co., aud other packers,
"I he advauee of t he prices ou dressed
beef," said Nelson Morris, this moru?
iug, "is u uiituruJ result of the scarcity
ol cattle. Already, this year, iho re?
ceipts of cattle at the four priucipal
poiuts, Chicago, st, I.ml)?, Omaha uud
Kansas City, ure 300,000 head behind
lust year's record. Lust week the re?
ceipts were 20,000 short, which is equal
to 18,000,000 pounds of dressed beef.
SV'e aru 18,000 bead short already this
week. 1 he price of live stock is now
Si per Inn pouuds higher than it was
last year and J expect to see prices go
ItahiClimlull ?I l?r. Siulllli
lly southern Asuooiat? 1 Pro?.
Richmond, Va., April 10. -- Dr.
Richmond M. Smith, Professor of
Qreok, Hebrew and Sauskrit in
Itaudolpb-Macon College, Ashland,
Va., haviug tut.eu tho positiou thut
he does uot lully bolievu iu
the divii ity ol Christ, and that all of
the Scriptures arc inspired, has ten?
dered his resignation, and tin- board
have signified their intention of ac?
cepting it, Dr, Smith is brother to
tho president of the institution.
I'nitiilll lln.il. il.
By Southern ossooiatsd I'rus*.
Lyni HHt'ltu. VS., April 10, Robert
II. Pannill, who hos been in jail lor
several weeks, charged witii aiding and
abetting Walker ti. llamner in ab?
stracting and einbezzliug funds from
liio First National Bank was to day
admitted to bail, and upon the proper
securities being furnished, was re?
leased. -In.Ige Paul, iu the last term
of the United Stales in this city, fixed
the iad at $10,000.
One Vessel i Mut Anotfaor us a Itudiler.
Not tho least frequent of ocean steam?
ship mishaps, especially during the
heavy wonthcr of the winter months, is
the disabling of the steering gear. Thu
plan of one vessel utilizing nnothor us
:i ruddor in such n caso followed on ut
least one occasion that comes to mind
just at prosout may therefore be of in?
A towing hawser was in this instance
taken from the bow of the vessel tiiat
was towed, passed to tho stern of tho
towing vessel nud made fnsl to a point
Il?o feet or more forward of tin- sti rn.
At a point mar tho latter w< ro fitted
two purchases, one on the port aud the
other on tho starboard side, for tri-- pur?
pose of doflec! iug the hawser either to
port or starboard, and. by the angle thus
made, changing the direction of tie-pull
on the hawser. This, of course, changed
tho direction of the vessel. In other
words, any deflection either to the right
or to tho left of tho towing lino by
means of the purchases produced tho
Miinti effect on tho towing ve&SOl as put?
ting the helm over to port or Starb -aid.
Miss Mamie Powderly of Randolph,
Mas.-., has been appointed assistant pri?
vate secretary to Lady Henry Somerset.
Miss Powderly accompanied Lady Hen?
ry on her tour through this country as
her stenographer and has returned with
her to England.
He Takes Poison at His Boarding
DIED 12 O'CLOCK LAST NIGHT.
Mr. Waller Graham, Proprietor of tlie
Landmark Job Office and Pub?
lisher ot the Saturday Nicht,
Commits Suicide. He Was
a Native ol Canada.
Mr. Wallace Grnbatn, proprietor of
thu Landmark job otViou aud publiabor
ol ttio Saturday Night, a weekly
paper, the llrat number of which Inn
just "oeeii isaued, committed suicide at
In- hoarding house on Cnmuorliiud
Mr. Grithnui retired its usual Tues?
day night inn! requested his landlady
not to allow iiuy 0110 to disturb him
next morning uh be was feeliug un?
Yeati nliiy ni :'. :Ufl o'clock a mcHHungor
wits scut to Ins room to .see if ho was
up; there ?,.- n . response to a knock
at Inn iloor und wheu his sou. Air.
Poroy Graham, learned thai Ins fathor
was still in Ibo room, ho called at ihn
door, and not receiving an answer,
lorced an cutrauoe and lonud .Mr.
Graham on tho bed in..-, an
uuoousoioua condition, Dr. Seueuck
wits summoned, and upon arriving said
at ouce that the mim wiih sullorlng from
poison Irom the elTeote ol chloral. Ilo
worked ou his patient Irom yesterday
aftoruoou ml about I- o'clock last
night, when ho died.
.Mr. Graham was about 50 yenrs of
age, n Canadian, uml was formerly
publisher ol the Wiudsor Itccord, of
Windsor, Got.; also publisher ol the
Park llili Gazette, ol Park Hill, out.
lb catn< to Norfolk about two mouths
ago for his health.
.Mr. Percy Graham was seen by a re?
porter of I in: VllW'.nian lust UlgUT and
said that his father telegraphed lor
him to come from t liioagu to .Norfolk,
1 Inn he ueotled 11 compauiuu, That
upon arriviug Ins lather promised him
an interest m the business, IJu mud
lor some lime past his father had been
in very bad health nud frequently was
.Mr. Graham lull Utters for Ins wife,
In.-, laudlady and bis businoss partnor.
The act sei ms to have been veiy delib
erate, minute instructions being given
ns 10 tbu disposal ol bis business, iVc.
Mrs. Graham is the owner of u lari a
manufacturing plant in Chicago ami
does au oxteusivebusiness in cosmetics.
She was telegraphed tor last night nod
is expected tout rive bore about Fri?
day. In one of the letters Mr. Grabatu
requests that his trunk shull remain
closed till his wife conies. He also
asks thai the corouer will not mutilate
111-1 body before Ins wife soes bitn.
Tin: VnioixiAN is informed that the
net was in no way causer) by family
complications; tbat since be has been
in Norfolk bo has beou in daily corn
munication with Mrs. Graham,
'1 be sou of tbe deceased buys that lie
is certain that Ins father bus hud no
trouble financially, ami (hat in money
matters be was well li.\ed. Mr. Pore;
Graham, w ho n< directed to clone up
Inn tether's affairs in Norfolk, is a very
intelligent yuuog man about twontt
two years old.
l!v .Southern Asnoci?to I I'regs.
Richmond, Yu.. April 10,--Tho Uni?
versity College ol Medicine here to-day
anuonuoed the following graduates 111
medicine: .1 (.! Baldwin, Alabama; H C
Uamliu, North Carolina; M It Crook
elt, C P Capps, B s Dobyus.E L Hob
sun, c P Jones, A S Kemper Ii I! Me
Cutcbeoo.W A Parker and A G Vaden,
In Pharmacy?George K BarkFdnle,
c B liinli uml ?) L Crockett, Virgiuia;
it YY Miller, Pennsylvania, und .s VV
Williams, North Caroliua,
In Dentistry?Uriah Harmuu, .1 P
i-;till uml ?! E Ivcene, Virgiuia,
gglbittertmlk uml lee ('resin at Mao's.
"Newest Discovery''?Ext, teeth no
pain, N. Y. D. Booms, ltoi Muiu.
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"some sort--a growing \
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Do you prefer Cut
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^your order early. "
i THE PLORAL. EXCHANGE, \\
0 17 GranbySt.?'Phone 777. J
Thu Newsiest Flush Newo in Abbrevi?
Nbw York, 10.?The Stnndurd C>i.
Company has niada another advanoe in
Iho prico of oil from $1,27 to $1.85,
iiml the product in Oil ( ity Huh morn
iug sold up to $1.-17$,with o subsequent
reactiou to $1.45. No now reasons
were assigned lor llie further rise.
Dhnton, Mil., in.?T ho grand jury
to ilny presented Marshal I'., l'riueo for
(ho murder of Bailie B. Dean, tho 14
year-old school gul, near Harmony, on
Maroh 20th. T oo jury fouud no bill
against U. Grant Corkran.
Ti i rsvii.u:. I'bi., in. Tho bodies of
Miss Skill und Mr. Miiusou, who were
drowned while boatiug Sunday, wvro
found limiting to tiny in thu Indian
river near this place. Miss Skill's
homo was at Potorsburg, Va,, und she
wus hero on a visit.
I iO.ndon, It).- ?Cotninoner (.'ommoroll,
who has just rotiirnod from Ooustautl
lioolu deuouueod thu stories ot atroci?
ties tu Armenia as unfounded and uo
ousud the I urkish agent ol a proiui
nunt Louiion daily as baviug noted iu
bad luilh in the matter of sending in?
formation to his paper.
boston, lt>.? riioCommitteoon Mcr- ]
cautile Affairs hnve made a long report,
in the Senate on the condition of textile
manufactures iu the Smith. They say
there is no immediate leaf of oouipcti
tiou with the industries of Massachu?
Itn iiMosn, Vn., K>. At u meeting
to uight o| the Hoard of Directors of
the Jell rsoii Davis Monument Assooill
tiou it was deuiden to lay tho corner?
stone <>( the lUOUIIUIOUt in the BpriUg of
IHOli, Mrs. Davis uud Miss Winnie
Davis urrived here to-night.
Kci Wi.sr, l'Ta,, 10.?Ordioauoa Ser?
geant Seymour, iu charge ol fort Tay?
lor, was ton ildy injured to-dny by an
explosion, lie wus eugagod iu assort?
ing condemned muuitmns of war,when
a dvnuinilo (use exploded.
Dr, L), S. Harmon, Consulting Opti
oian and Muster ol Optics, Alain
street, Norfolk, Va, Consultation free
t 'onslalilu I'.ros. a Wall have roiuovod
to Academy Music building.
Needing a tonic, or children who want build
Ina up, bIiou! 1 take
HHO A .Vs. IHOJV IIITTKHS.
It is pleastat: cures Malaria, imiicoi-ilon,
BUiuuanca, Uvcr i oinplaintt und NettcalBlSi
Burruss, Son & Co.,
Commercial and o;hor business paper ilii
I l.uau- noitotiateil on fayorahlo terms.
1 i liy bonds mi i otiior securities bought
Deposits receive I nu t accounts iuwte.l.
Interest allotted on t ni>- deposits.
Miiu Deposit boxes tor rout. Charges
Drew 11 Ph ol I i. Inline BUtl niako entile
tr.ni for. to Kurope.
butters ol credit issued to priuuipal cities
ol i hn srorlUi oc'J7
Be In it V, ith a Nobby
POll BAST KU,
Stylish Colors sill in all si es. large
Btook to select froe. ut the lowest priaes.
1.. JACK ?IMR & GO.,
Ill MAIN BTBEET.
it \o \ Aiii-: v. ?.
nN EVERY TUESDAY.
On TUESDAY, the l?th iusUnt. wo will
h.i\o .mother nice Hue of
HORSES AND MULES
which wdl consist of nil klnda. from a nice
i ulster to a ? om ion plough bor e. Also a
lot of eotlun Mules. We knell a nie? lot of
Home* for pri > mo mOo nil i ho time.
ItUUKMHKK. wo have dinooutimud auc?
tion iul<B on Friday..
Wo kivo -1\ hours' trial on ?II auction
'?to i.. aud ii' not ltd ronicsoiiUd money will
ike McGLEARY-McGLELLAH live siock co,
t DR.GEO. D.LEVY,
? ^ OPTICIAN,^
g 17 Gran by Street.
Is to correct all defects of
vision that are capable of
i orrii lion -to correct them
- icntiHi ally and with ab
Is tn conform strictly to
the above and to give a
complete and thorough ex
amlnation free of cost to
i verj i .1 >c that mines under
And 1 vi masses are the
equal ol am made, and
superior to any sold else
v. lu re in tin- city. Besides
iln \ have ili.it lit about
I item that others can't
Air tin- tine-r that can be
procured?the same as in
use in all first-class optical
offices. No showy, massive
looking apparatus to fright?
en children and disgust
Is steadily on the increase,
which is proof positive
I hat I have given satisfac?
tion to the public during
my three years' residence
Is attested to by over five
thousand patrons in Nor
lolk who use my Glasses,
among whom ate the fol?
lowing well known gentle?
men, to whom 1 respect?
fully refer as
Jas. G. Riddick, 171. 0.,
L. 3. Anderson, M. D.,
B. M. Baker, M. D.,
F. M. Morgan, M. D.,
M. R. Allen, M. D.,
Rev. M. B. Wharton, D. 0.,
Rev. E. II. Rawlings,
i Re/. E. B. Hatcher,
I Rev. G. P. Rutledge,
! Rev. J. T. Mastin,
i A. P.Warrington.Esq. Att'y-at-Law
j R.W. Shultice, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
I H. H. Rumble, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
> Leo. judson, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
T. W. Shelton, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
Mr. Lawrence Royster,
Clrrk ill f'orporatlou ami Law end Chan?
ter* i 'onri-.
Mr. W. F. Gregory,
o( Messrs I.arc, tiregory A Co.
Mr. D. Lowenberg,
Mr. John Whitehead.
g Offices Closes at 5 P. M.
On an annual nromium of $M1.00 paid to
t!n> luist one i.tthu >e>\ Vork Life Insurance
CotupaniiH in December. ll'Jl. the cash
liivuiuud w.is ont?' ??s-i'J.'J??\l\ per cent,
(In an atinnul pro '11101 of $GM fkl paid to
THK N??i; I HWl.tfTEJ'.N tlto cash -dividen t
in December, lS'.M, w iriOS?aflj por mm.
Bntli ordinary life plan ami in-niritn; the
Haitiu amount These are AOI'DAI.
oUI.TH. Two au I a half times as largo.
D. Humphreys & So
oent. auent3 northwestern.!
MAYER & ????
DEAi.r.ns in .*
Mill Suppliff e
4 ancle West Mark ruaka