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Wake Forest Defeated in an Excel?
THE CLAMS PLAY WITH SNAP
Their Work Yesterday Was Highly Ap?
preciated. Tho North Carolinians
are Good Ball Players, But
Were Not in it in Yester?
It is best to begin this modest roport
ol a glorious triumph uitli tho simple
announcement tbut Norfolk won tbo
Things have not come our way for a
jouger time than any of um oare to
remember, but yesterday afternoon the
sunlight of victory gilded tbo Norfolk
flag,and tbo lonely "rooter" wcut bouiu
to droam of tbe champions tbut are to
The man wbo was not there must not
think that yesterday's game was a
gift" simply because our enemy
bailed from the iuterior of Cnioliuu,
Aa 0 matter of tact, the team the Nor
folks fought yesterday afternoon was
by long odds oua of tho strongest seun
'profesBional nines in tbe couutry. It
ss-aB a Waui made up of tho host mon in
3 '< tershu r g championship nine of ".11.
Honneyetttt ami Wynne were tho bat?
tery, Ktailurd played ut aeooud, and
Gamhrill guurded lints
These young men all know how to
play ball aud yesterday they made it a
jiomt to play ball for keeps. But it no
happened mat our youug men were
"on edge" and us u natural sequence
tbe strong men from the South wer?
never in it. Tbe Norfolk* played hard
aud winning ball I row start to finish.
They bunched their hits oil ot Wynne's
deceptive* deli vor j und they purloined
hases with all tbo inspiring itupndenOa
of a parcel of cbanipione. Their held
-Jork was fur nbovu tho average. Cou?
ntering the quality of tho weather und
tho awful cuuditiou of tho livid their
iinmllitig of the hall wits simply mar*
velous. Whaley, Corcoran and Hod'
luuii curried off the tic ding honors,hut,
den) ite his error, Crow ley 'a wot k in
?.?unter wan briliiaut. O'Hugan put up
u clever game ut first und, all things
considered, Teulev'e work henind the
bat is deserving ot more thuu pusting
Come to think of it Whaley's stop
aud throw of an ugly grouuder was
really tho feature of tho afternoon,
'ibisbov made a wonderful left baud
?COOp of what appeared to be a Bufo
mi g i' just back of tirut and by a
i:;?i velon - throw retired tho batter
at tirtl, Beyond all nioniiur of doubt
it was tbe oleverst bit of tiuidtug tho
te.ci.n bus us yet produced.
It is a difllotllt tusk to pass a fair
Criticism on the team presented by
?Vake Forest. To the witier's mind
the liilie.d is very strong and there's
im disputing the fact that Wynne and
Uouuejotltt oouBtitllte a remarkably
strong buttery, but tbo outtleld is
lamentably weak, (Jiveu a stroui- trio
of outfielders tho Wake Forests wouid
geep the beat uf I be collegians guessing.
'1 he Btatueaque Bernard did the
tntchiug ami w bat's more be did it well,
ale hu.iil.e.l tho wet hul: with coudli*
deuce aud he dttVOloped n deul of
apeed. liest of nil ho hud control of
the sphere und was mattier of the si'.uu
tiou from btuti to finish. Light beider
llaiiptman hail httlu or nothing to do
Ju the Held but he bit the hall for
keeps and ran Lots like a veteran. It
this man oontiouea to improve as
rapiuly as ba has in tbo lust week
Manager Sommers will not worry over
Iiis out Held,
And now tor the story of the game,
Notfolk scored two runs in tbe third
inning on Whuley's double, Corcorau'e
atugle and Wynne's wretobed throw
to llrst after two bauds were out,
lu tbo sixth i rowlej's single, u wild
?pitch, a I ?Mi on halls iiu.l a BBcrdce
?) ielded another run.
Three more were tcorcl in tho
seventh on a hnso on hulls aud two
baggers by t'orcorau, O'liugan and
Ilunptmaii, coupled with an error by
'J ut lor.
Tbo visitors didn't score until the
sixth inning, i'heu Crow ley's fumble,
Bouncy cult's single ami Dauiel's
triple yielded two; runs. In the
seventh tingles by Smith and Feuoer
aud O'iiugau's inn If of a well thrown
tut 11 by Bernard guvu them another
It rained from tho call of time and,
as a mutter of course, the crowd was
ohaurdly smull. between ourselves,
the gumo should havo nover beuu
jplayed, and ni.hody expressed regret
when Mr, Wood called the game at the
elo.-u of the seventh inning.
if you ut o Ioini of dabbling iu figures
"pernsu tho appended uooro:
w aki. i oh l.si .
i: ii I'm i
?Vbaley, 2t>..., l i .: uJOIaibatl, Ib.... o I u 0
Cotcoran.si. j t llllunnyeutt, c. I i 4 o
('Hawaii. ::l>... I I II llDaulel, .1 . I loo
flayer it. 1 II I slulluid, . U 1 0 t.
Ittuptaian i,rf U lot Vyuno, p.. no 2 t
lloOinaii, in.... o 1 n ? in.tii, h.o
Wei mi d, If, ...,0 10
>ealey,(.o n ;i
?Uiiiarj, |i. o u u
Totnl. C y 21
erii.'r, rf?? o I
a) o. ,5s. 0 0
Total.... ... :t ti
SCOBS nV immm.s.
ltorfoik.-. 0 0 2 0 0
V Ate i'or.sl. 0 U U O u
Summary: Earned Buns?Norfolk,
2; Wake Forest. 2. Three Boso Hit?
Dauiel. Two Base Hits ? Hanptman, I
Corcerau, O'HagBu, Wualoy. Stolen
Buses?Coroorun,:!; Whaley, O'Qagaft,
2; Hnuplruafj, Crowley. Double Plays
?Oimball auii Wynne. Liases on Hallt*
OD' Hernard. 1; off Wynue, 1. Skr nek
Out ? Uy Bernard, 2; by Wyuue, 4.
Wild Pitch?Wynne. Umpire?Mr.
OLD NAN S E MO N D.
j Notes and Gleanings From Suffolk
Satisfactory Nominees.?Tbe result
of Friday's Uemoerutio primary for the
nomination of municipal olliccrs. as
nnuutiuced iu yesterday's virginian,
?n? very tatisfaotory to the public. Of
bho seven old Cotuieilmeu who were
candidates for re election six were
The uext will lie tbe third Jertn for
MeBsrs, Kley, Maoleury, Me Align and
Bell and the eeeoud for Messrs. Holland
ami Nnruftj. Mr. Brower a? .Mayor
lias Qlled nearly two terms, beitiR elect?
ed by tbe Council at first to till an tin
expired term o( Mr, Benjamin Kiddiek.
The three new members elected me
valuable additions?Cupt. Uootgo T,
Parker, Mr. Jobn B. Nortleot uud Mr,
J utiins T. Barker.
Tut: Hefubtacan avd Populist Ft>
bios*.?Tbe ltepdbiican County Nomi?
nating Conveutioii mot jefdorduy iu
tbu old towu ball nnd H. P. Brooke,
ubnirman of the County Executive
Committee, was cbobett chairman. Tbe
body wub composed of thirty live dale
gales, nearly nil beiug colored.
1 be proposed plan of coalescing with
tbo Populists, tbeu iu uessiou iu uu
otbet part of the totru, was warmly
disctiPBed aud liualiy adopted. A COtU
i notice of live was appointed In the
chair to cottier with b like Committee
from the Populists. The uonveutiou
tbeu udjuuruud pro tern, uudrecou.
I yened ?heu tbu committee returned.
The committee reported favorably us
to tbe coalition uud that uu agreement
bud been made for tbe Bepubiicaus to
uomiuate candidates for treasurer,
Commonwealth's attorney, sheriff and
' supervisor** iu Holy Nock uud Sleupy
Hole Districts, tbe Populist to fill tue
rctuaiuder of tbe ticket.
Nominations v.ere tbeu proceeded
with uud ?! oi dun Thompson advocated
tbecluimsof li, M. Hrneofor treasurer,
wtiilo W, A. Boud endorsed 11. W.
Mai.er. Before the roll call of dele
gales was tiutsbed Brucu's tiomitiatton
wb3 souppateiit Ibnl Bond moved to
uiaku it uuaintuoiis. W. 11, llouell
v>us nominated fur sheriff without op
position, A com uu, tee composed of .lor
don l'bompsou, J. M, Oopelaod.uudjtbe
uhairmau was appointed ?. interview
I rospeetive candidates ns to the ucoep
tauce of the iintuiutttinn lor Commou
wualtb'e Attorney. B. 11. Dutnvilie
wus nominated for supervisor from
Holy Neck District and 10. J. Bahey
from Sleepy Holt', aud tbe body ad?
.Some ol tho lending Populists were
then seen by the \ lltoiMAS represen?
tative its to their in ruinatious for the
remainder of ibe ticket, when he wus
informed that they hint refused to eu
Bruce lor treasurer,und bad nominated
it, W. linker for the position. They
will vote for Eiowell os sheriff. They
nominated William 11. ilarrell us Com?
missioner ol the Beveiuie (or District
No. 1 and David Mo( lenny for Dis
(net No. 2. Uuleae some futther agiee
uiciit is reached the fusion plan will
probably be caucollcd Hint each party
will put a ticket in the held.
DiftUlietuilj IVlersbli rgors.
ljv ttoutneru Associate i Press.
PRTKlwnutta, Va., April 13, ? A more
disgusted erowd than that which wit?
nessed the game between the Washing?
tons of the National League nud the
Petersburgs lo-dny would he nurd to
Und, Atter a new man pitcbed bistirst
gerne, doing fairly well and with any
sort of support the score would have
bet-u much closer, the Petersburgs
played like to u lot ol schoolboys,
allowing ihe visitors to steal bases aud
score ruus on hits which should have
been easy put outs. The WnsuiugtoUS
played u t}iiick, suappj game. Score:
ii ii e
P( t r hu"c. 1 0 0 0 I) (I 0 1 ?> 4
Wadiiugtoii . :; 3 - o 2 l x-ii 13 i
?atteriea: Powler uud McUluug; \u
dersott uuii Coogaii.
Y wie itiid Virginia..
1 v boutuerti ASKiieiatu I I'tuai
Richmond, Yu.. April 13.?Yale atitl
the University ol Virginia played a
lonsu and uninteresting game here this
afternoon, wbieti can best lie oharac
tenzed us a comedy ol errors. Carter
pitched four luiitugs aud wni ireoly
University of Virginia .. l u n ti 2 4 2 o?<i
Vale.0 4 3 0 4 0 0 g?18
flatteries: Coobrau, Nelson, Neely;
DeForest, Oreuuwny, Carter, Speer,
ViCtiiriiilla I iir li.-til*.
ItALRton, N, O., April 1:!.?The
game at Cbnpel Hill to-day between
Lebigb aud tbe University of North
Carolina resulted in a victory for tbo
"tur-beels." l.ebigh earned ouo ruu
in the beginning. Until the lust half
of the niutli inning each beld tbe other
down, !;??!? the North Carolinians |
inatlo two run-, which brongbt ihetu
out vtcturioiiB. Tbo rain interfered I
with tbe game at tbe start. Score: I
University of North Carolina, 2; Be-I
bigb, 1, /
I MOTION FDR HE?I ]
The Income Tax Will Prrb bly
Again be Brought Up.
The Continen al Trust Company
Through Cciince'. Wil Mska a
Motion Monday. The Proba?
bility of Judge Jackson's
Bt Souitaern Associate t Pro?.
Washington, April 13.?A motion
for a re hearing of tbe income tax oases
decided by thu I'mied States Supreme
Court lust .Monday will be made by
Mr. W. I). Gutbrie, of counsel for the
stockboldtrs in tbe famous Continental
1 rust Company, unit the priutod mo?
tion will ho distributed ?wi.tr the Jus?
tices next Friday.
The proceeding will be done without
tho personal intervention of counsel,
aud no record of the tiling motion will
be made unless it should bo grunted.
I he probable action of tho court
is a matter of ptire specula- i
lion, 'i'ii grout the motion, upon
tho practice of thu court lud
down in the case of thu fit. Louis pub
tic schools 'eit-iiH Walker would re?
quest of one of tbe lour ?Inslicea who
voted to uphold the constitutionality
of tbe law, and neither oik: ot these
cannot, oi course, be told until <h de
oisiou ol the courl upon the motion
shall be anuouncod.
In the St, Lotus rase thu court said
that ''where the court does not of its
onu motion order a re bearing, it shall
bo iu order for the counsel to submit u
motion, without argument. '
II uuy justice who concurred in thu
opinion of the court asks that it be
douc, u re-beariug will Lo granted;
otherwise it will be denied as ol :
Should tho motion for a re-hcaring
be granted by the Court n will, in ull j
probability, be accompanied by tin or- i
der setting aside tie judgment an
i,on need last .Monday und restoring
the case to tbo docket for rearrange .
meut, This would bave the elleot of I
reviving the law as pasted by Congress
until tho case was aga n disposed of. i
't he uctiou td the court may depend .
Upon the ability of .Mr. Justice .lack
sou to resume bis seat upon
the bench, inasmuob as it would
probably/ ro.pnro his co operation
to make a change in thu altitude
of the court towards the luw. a loiter
received from bim yesterday stated
that ho was fee ing fairly well, but
that he had no expectation of joining
bis associates here before next fall,
Tho Ona] arrangements for presenta?
tion of "1'ioaforo" at the Academy of
.Music will be decided on Monday,April
15tb, at 8 p. in., ut the rehearsal Iii thu
parlors of the Montettore Hull. A full
attendance is roipiosicd. Should any
member of cast or chorus bud it im- i
SiBnible to bo present scud or notify I
r, BorjoB, ]
The Newsiest Flash N-jwi in A bbrevi
Lexington*, Va., 13.?Virginia
Military lusiitne, 1$; Wasbiogtou aud
Lea 1) uivcrsity,
\V 11. mINUTON, N. <'., 13. -Tbe
Clyde Line's steamer Croalau, ?hieb
sprung aleak while ou route from .New
York to this port, arrived here this
nioriiiiifc', butiig jettisoned about
sevu it \-live ton- oi her cargo of wer
ebaudise, I he r muinikr 1? bud.y
dumugt il by water,
Nt: \ York. 13.? Tbe* banks now
bold $11,'.122,770 in excess ui tbe re
tpireuieuts of 1 bo 25 per cent, require?
1. ?sdon, IS.?Tbe light to night be?
tween Frank t ring, tbe "Harlem
Coffee * 'oolei " aud < I lirteu, of Cardiff,
cons still ol only one round, 10 which
O'Brien was tin..red four times,
FuKOKHtCKsiiiHii, V?., 13.?Judge
William s. Barton,of tbe Circuit Ooitri
of Stafford couuty, to-day refused a
new trial to ( tmiles Morgan, the
Aijuii Creek train robber, and bis
case will uot be taken to the Court ol
BiomtONO, 13, ? Pbiiip Norman
Niobolas, the murderer nt tVilkiusou
aud Miils, by drowniug tbeiu, was re
seutciiaed in tbe IleurieoCircuit Court
this afterDoon, July 2itb, being Used
as tbe date lor execution, His ctf-u
will, however, probably go iipagaiu,
UuooKLV.v, N. Y., 13.?A young j
niuii, supposed to be .lames Duffy, a
i.aiiv.i oi Couuty Cavanagii, Ireland,
jumped from the lirooklyu bridge tins
nt crnooii about 2:3(1 o'oloek nud was
drowiied. From wnai can be learned
tbe net was tint 11 case of btSVIido.
1 HAiiLRSTON, s. t:., 13, -Tbe jury in
the case of Mniiou Toole, on trial at
Aikeu for the U'-t three days tor mur?
der of Capt, Jo inn M. lihetl tu .Muren,
brought in this evening u verdict ol
Lkxixoton, K.v., El. ? Deputy Col
lector of Internal liovctiue Deslm
breekini idge has 1 nled that all incomi s
coming within provisions ol tbe luw
derived from winnings lor 1831 ou
horse racing, poksr, rotiietie, or lot?
tery, must be returned by tbe winners
on next Monday, or they will sutler the
penalty prescribed in tbe set.
Havana, 18, ? l'bo governor of
St. Jago do Cnl a reports ihut the in
sargent leaiier l lor Crombet uu<
killed in aetiou nt I'almarito.
Washington, 13.?The will ol
Frederick Douglass was admitted to
probate by Judge Regnet this after- j
Our bettor bnlves say they oould uot
keep bouso without ( bamberlain's
Cough Boniedy. It is used in more
than half the In.linos iu Leeds. Sims
BltOS, Leeds, lowu. Tuts .-hows the
esteem iu which that remedy is held
where it has been sold for sears aud is
well kuowu. Mothers have learned
that there id nothing so good for colds,
croup nud whooping cullgb, that it
cures these ailments quickly and per
inuueuliy, nud that it is pleiisuut un.i
safe for children to take, 26 aud 50
ceut bottles for bale by ill druggists,
General Malters in Richmond and
the Commonwealth at Large.
TO ROOT FOR RICHMOND
A Groat Number Will Be Present
at Hu: Opening; ot the League
Season. Testimonial to Bishop
Newton. An Interesting
Rumor. Forged Check.
Special Ditpatob to Thu Virginian.
Riuiimoko, Vii,, April IB.?A great
crowd mil attcuu the opening game ol
the hall league BMBBOU but ween thu
locals uud Petersburg's horu Monday.
Probably six tbouiaud people will see
the cimiest. There is lively betting in
sniull auiiiB on the result. It is thought
here that Foreman will he in the box
for the visitors und Wells in being
urged to put I lymi ngaiuat him
Fly nu is a great pitcher but probably
not as good as Poreuiau. The loculs
uro iu Ibu pink ol condition ami a
splendid contest is expected. House
man, lliobmoud second haseuiuu is tho
beat man on the team.
l'obtmaiiter-t ienerul Wilson will be in
lliebmoud Wednesday to attend tho
auuuiil banquet of the local bra nob of
the Alumni Association of the Uuiver
eitv of Virginia, and ho is going lo bo
given a great reception. It is said by
some that the occasion will witness thu
launching of his Presidential boom.
Mr. Wilton will luuch at Mr. Wyud
ham li. Meredith's aud ho will meet
tin.- oitigeus at the Executive Maumou.
Uov. O'Ferrall will hold a reeuptiou iu
bis hotior from 5:10 to t?:lC p. ui.
An interesting rumor is cut n m horn.
It is to the elleot that Miss Wmnm
Davis is to many Col. James Riobard
sou, tho milliuuairo planter ol New
Orleauw, lie came on to Uichmood to
meel Mrs. Davis uud Miss Wiiiulo ami
has been mucli with them since their
htuy lure, lie man old frieud of tho
Davis family aud is an intensely South
bishop Newton was presented thie
nf term iiii w il It n haudnomu cuuo mu<lu
from wood from"MbuiidiiintifT t'trnrcb;
which he served for many years. .Mem?
bers ot that cougregutiuu mudo the
A forged cluck for 3-100 has turned
up at thu f irst National Hunk, 11 wus
made out ou Mr. Fritz hottcrdiug's
checks uud Ins mime wus forged, lie
hus no idea who did it.
l>. um ol Ii frommem I'eiei'?.blirger.
Uy Southern aSSOOiateJ I'ress.
Peteusjucho, Va., April 13, ? Win,
F. Spottnwood, n\-president of tbo
City Council un.i "ut tbe time of bis
dealb president <>( the School Uoard
ol tin- city, died this morning at l:3?
o'clock, ulier ii protruded illness.
IL- eras a native ol Petersburg, und
was 07 years ol age, Mr. Spot.swood
wus very wealthy. Ho hail lieeu eu
gaged iu tbe drug business m Peters
burg for nearly half u century. A
widow ami live children survive him.
'I i, ii riff, vliall i au I enrich tho blood,
nn i gl vom rvel ..I. an i dig. stive i i. eng iu,
take flood's Bar u .iillu
.Messrs. lioraoe Peed ami Jor.
M. Jordan have formed it oo partner,
ship under tho firm uumu of 1'. M,
Peed .v Son, lo couduot tbo ship
chandlery und ship supply business,
ui Wuter street ami UoSUoke avo
October Ut, 180*. se30.su,ta tf
l'ntternnlk uud Ice Cream at Mac's,
sau- i viruorttninrt t amer .'loinlm.
t|trtl l .*?iIt.
It, A, Saundi ts ptirobased Irom the
receivers ol 13, S. Jaffray A Co. im?
mense Stock of goods of Vurioila kind.-,
whioh wu wi.i oiler iu many instances
less Until wholesale cost, See Sunday's
papers for special imces, li, A, f-aun
dirs, IT'-' Mum street,
"Newest Discovery" Lxl. teoth uo
pain. N. V. D. Kaunas, Hi. Muiu.
I um|.l>. 11'? Diniter iiiHriuit,
All ordering one dozen cabinets at
83 will he presented with one of my
carbon aristo? with hiiudsonji' gilt
fiame. This oiler is ouly for 1'ustor
week. IV- .Main street.
i 'on't fail to see Frank II.Pales' add.
Constable Bros. A \\ ab have removed
to Acadi my Music building,
M?YEH & CO,
Railroad, Sleamboal and
4 and? West IVkukel Square,
Booutiful Stock of the Very Newest '.
The handsome store of ("roecy ,v
Dill. I.-H Minn street, in one of the
largest in the Smith nod just UN full of
goods ?m it cau be packed
The Iront Ioih lieen recently remod?
eled und made very attractive. Theso
geutlemeu claim to he dmug a rushing
business nud are Hulling ut prices to
suit tbo times.
It would be hard to think of unything
in tho furniture line which they cannot
supply. Their house is so orderet! i
that all goods cau be seen to tho bust j
advantage,which is of vast convenience
to tho buyer, lu their lull page adver?
tisement in The ViHoinian thin morn
Ina; they offer tempting bargains in
carpets, mattings, draperies, pianoB,
organs, bedroom suits nud ii special
run of baby carriages.
Tlioso enterprising young men state
that their goods were boiurhtat low
ilgures, which enables them to meet all
competitors aud go u little better, at
tho same time to inako n living and
sumo money out of the business, 'They
have u lurge stock of beaiittlul ebamiiur
suits, to which they invite tbu attention
ot young people wiio contomolate keep?
Hv Rniitlmru Associated Press.
WabiIinuton, April IS,?Secretary
Herbert bus decided to awurd the con?
struction of Ihn two torpedoes to the
Columbia Iron Works of Baltimore,
nud onu to the) Union Iron Works of
Sau Prauoisco, bui lute tins alteruoou
he changed his mind nod awarded the
contract for building all three of tbe
sou going torpedo boats to the
Columbia Iron Works ol liulttniore.
\\ lllle. upper* Utility.
llv Boutheru Assuolalii I l'ros*.
Atlanta, Gb., April 18.?The jury
in the trial ol John Queries uud David
llutier, returned u verdict of guilty to?
night. The jurors wero out twenty
four hours. Tbe.-o dufendauts wero
tried (or conspiriug to bang Henry
W'orley, and informer ou illioit dis?
tillers in Murray uud ueigbboriug eoiiu
Commercial und other business paper dis?
Luau- negotiated uu favorable tornn.
? ily liuutlH nn i uilier ,e, tu.ue, buught
mi l sold.
Iloposits received and nccouuti invitoJ.
luteiem nlloned on t nu- deposits.
Sil? l)e-| u-it i umis tur rent. Charges
Urs? B Iis ol l'.xc bange nud make cable
tr oi fer ? to I.u rope.
Letten ol ? re lit is?ut-d tu prluoipal eitles
I ot the iv or Id. 60117 i
Horses & Mules.
BN EM TUESDAY.
(in TUESDAY, the loth iust.uit, we will
litvu another Uioo lillS of
HORSES AND MULES
which wiL eonsi t of i.ll kinds, fr mi ? u.ce
roadster loa conituou plough bor.e, Also a
I tot I Ottou Allies. iVn keep a lifo lot of
Horses lor private sale all the time.
I.L.U i.m : ki:. we have ditoontinui d uuu
tiou sales on Friday..
We give UI hours'trial on nil mi tiou
sto k nn ! It nut .is tepresoutid uiOUey will
I Le remnde I,
1 ?ClPJCGLflip LIVE STOCK CO.
TIib tramp I fe insurance agents who Itici
to, ske you belie.a tbst nn> other tdgnlur
life insurance uii a iy pays .m large iiivl
denda oi surplus ?? the Northwestern
Mutual, is en 1 iv iii uu 'eution by using ni ??
lead ng RATIOS, which no honest n nn
woul i employ oi exhi nt. as they ure iiihiIo
i up -.i iro.it-.- u false nupr is-ion.
D. Humphreys & Son,
GEN'L AGENTS NOltTUWESTERS.
Be In It With a Nobby
Stylish ColorH uud iu ell 'si/es, Large
look to select from nt tho lowest prices.
L. JACK OLIVER & CO.,
Ill MAIN STREET,
I kMIX AUI?.Vl?.
Japan's Ultimatum in the Peace
THE POSITITION IS CRTITICAL.
China is Given One Day in Which to
Accept or Reject Japan's Offer,
But the Government is Unde?
cided. Japan Demands
liv Southern A-xooiatu I Pros*.
London, April 13.?A telegram fron?
Pckin says that Japan has presented
her ultimatum, giviug Chun; one day
in Which to accept or refuse it. Japan
has reduced the supj demanded for
indemnity hy l,(l(Hl,t)il() you.
The Government is divided a* to the
Boceptatico of Japan's proposals. The
peace party uro willing to accept the
terms, but tho llouaud party uro hold?
ing out. The posiliou is aritical.
? DR.QEOs D. LEVY, I
1 ^OPTICI AW, jj
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vision that are capable of j
correction?to Correct them
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the above and to give a
complete ami thorough ex?
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every case that conies under
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; equal ol any made, and
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procured?the same as in
use in all first-class optical
offices. No showy, massive
looking apparatus to fright?
en children and disgust
fly Business '
steadily on the increase,
which i-> proof positive
that I have given satisfac?
tion to the public during
my three years' residence
:s attested to by over five
thousand patrons in Nor
lolk win use my Glasses,
among whom are the fol?
lowing well known gentle
men, to whom 1 respect?
fully refer as
Jas. G. Riddick, M. 0.,
L. B. Anderson, M. D.,
B. M. Baker, M. D.,
F. M. Morgan, M. 0.,
M. R. Allen, M. D.,
Rev. M. B. Wharton, 0. O.,
Rev. ?. H. Rowlings,
Re. E. B. Hatcher,
Rev. G. P. Rutledge,
Rev. J. T. Mastin,
R.W. Shultice.Eoq., Alt'y-at-Law.
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 Royater,
CUrk ol Corporation ami I.uw end CUuu
Mr. W. F. Gregory,
of Mi'.-sr-. Mure, Gregory A Co.
Mr. D. Lowenbcrg,
i Mr. John Whltehead.
Offices Closes at 5 P. M.