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Ciiina and Japan Have Readies
TREATY SI6NED YESTEBDHY.
?tlx inpnani Articles Granted By Li
mi INDEPENDENCE OF COBEd GRBHTED.
Japan Gets $100,000,000, Retains
Formosa, All Conquered Places
and the Territory East of the
LiaO River An Offensive
and Defensive Alliance
Between the Countries
London, April 15.?The Times cor?
respondent iu Shanghai soys: "Li
Jlung Chang'b son-in-law telegraphs
that the treaty of peuoe was signed in
(Sbimonseki to day, April 15th, and
that the terms are:
First?The independence of Coro?.
Second?Japan's retention ol tho
Third?Japan's roteution of terri?
tory east of tho Liao river.
l'ourth?Permanent cession of For?
Fifth?Indemnity of 8100,000,000.
Hnth An offensive uud defensive
ellianoo between China and Japan."
The Newsiest Flash News in Abbrevi?
Raleigh, N. C, 10.?The game was
interesting and euapoy from beginning
to Uuisk between United of North
Carolina and Lobigu to-day. Score:
V. ol N. C. Ii; Lehigb, 8,
New YottK, 15.?Tbu body of James
W. Scott, editor aud proprietor of tho
Clncugo Times-Herald, was taken to
Chicago this aftornoou at t::jt) o'olook.
C'bauucey M. Depew placed the private
car "Traveler" at the dispobul of the
(uuernl pat ty.
Jacksonville, Fla., l?. ?A oable
cram to the Times-Union from Key
SVest eays: A private disputeh to the
editor of tho Cuban paper El Ynra
etstes that (ieus. Gomez and Marti
landed iu Culm tu-dity with uu expedi?
tion from Juuiuica.
Nassau, Ha., 15.?The Governor of
the Bahama Islands has issued a neu?
trality proclamation against interfer
i nee in Cubau matters.
TahiiRqcah, I. T., 15?An incendiary
f.re was started at 1 o'clock ttiis morn?
ing iu tho livery barn of .1. W. Watson
and two blocks, including eighteen
business bouses, four residences und
about tifteeu ollices were destroyed.
The total loss is estimated at $150,000,
Wasiii.nuton, 15.?The grand jury
to day returued indictments nguinst
Jiilly Williams, Eddy Desmond and
Jack Dempsey, on the charge of
recently blowing open und robbing the
f-afe of the Wuohington Steamboat
Dks Moines, In., l?,?Tho coal min?
ing at Cincinnati, la., is growiug
alarming. Tho sinking uiiueis con?
gregated there Fay they will get the
kneu at work out at all hazards. M?;.
Gen. Prime is on the ground nud has
asked the Governor fur more troops.
Demon Uahuoii, Miob., 15.?Tho
bottle containing theChicora message,
which was picked up ell Saugatuek
yesterday, whs received by j. Ii. Gra?
uem this morning. Mr. Graham und
others declare that tbo mess.ugo wus a
Maco.v, Gu., 15,?United States
Senator elect liacou to-day tiled a com?
plete tleuial of the claim preferred in ?t
suit recently eutered by Maior Hanson
titat he (Hanson) was oompelled to lose
615,000 on u bond whiou be guaranteed
through personal friendship for thu
aoulliern n. V. I*. ??.
Bv Somborn Associated Pre si,
Macon, April 15,?Dr. J. H. Gam
tire 11 was sueti at his O ill 00 in Mercer
?Juivorsity uml asked about the pro?
posed Southern Baptist Yotiug People's
V'mon. lie auid be bad signed the call
with many others, but with no thought
K>f interfering with iliu Iuternutioual
1'niou. with which be baa been con?
nected since its organization, aud is
?low chairman of tho Southern Com?
mittee. _ MM
2a emphatically a blood disorder,
caused by inability of thu kidneys to
throw off certain poisons which aa
cumulate iu the tissues about tbo joints
P. P. P., vory simple, quickly ami
cnrely cures this discuso. neutralizing
Impurities in tho blood. Experience
end science both endorse P. P. 1'. us
the only infallible blood purifier
' That (Orufuloui taint winch lias boon in
teur i 1 ii.l fur yeara, will be expoll? d by
akin? Hood's ijuruuparillu. the great blood
YALE AGAIN WINNER.
A Close Game With the University of
Bpeoinl Dispatch to tbo Virginian.
University ok Virginia, April 15.?
Nothing but errors by Allyu in the
field caused the Varsities to lose. Be
tuado a wild throw, which lot in two
men, and misjudged a fly ball. Neoly
did the twirling for Virginia for six
iuntngs and only allowed the visitors
four bits. Nolsou did the pitching for
the next throe iuningsand ouly allowed
them ono hit.
Tho Varsities played beautiful ball
with tho exception of the right and loft
fielders. Tho battery work was perfect
and (Jocbran behind the bat could have
giveu thu Yale man two to ono and
then boaten him. Garnott led in the
batting for Virginia, getting a homo
run and a single. Yale did not scoro
after tho fifth inning and Virginia
made her only three runs in tho lirst
aud third. They bad a tine chance to
\ scoro in the sixth, but deoieion of the
umpire ruined it. Rut-tin at short stop
I and Reddiugton at second played beau?
tiful ball for Yale. Score:
University of Virginia. .3 n i n o o o o n?a
Yulo.0 ?? 1 1 1 ? U 0 x IS
Struck Out?Yale, 8: Virginia, 5.
Boho Hits?Yale, 7; Virginia, 5. Bat?
terie??Coebrau, Nelson, Neely; De
Forest aud Trndoau. Fmpires?Harper
and Hicks. Attendance 1,000.
KfinnoKn'a u < n\ y KlNOfJingT*
liV Somborn AssociatuJ I'rti..
FiOANoKi-:, Va.,April 1C?The Longno
season opened in Koannka to day and
tbo homo team defeated the Lyuoh
burgor'u by a scoro of \> to b". Tho fea?
tures of tbo game were tho batting of
Koanoke, who made i I bits with a total
of 27 bases and tho secoud base play of
l'addeu of tho same team, (landing's
umpiring was " something* awlul aud
both Buies Buffered. Score:
HoauoVe.i U 0 1 0 0 :l i 0?0 II :t
LjnoliburR.(I 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0?0 '?' .1
Uatterias?Stopl aud (lurk. Urtb
ttlclin.<r% Walk ?vrr.
Bv Southern Assoeiatol :'r ???
Richmond. Apri 1 15.?Tho opening
game of tho Virginia State League was
played in this city this afternoon be?
tween Richmond aud Petersburg.
Kichmond had a walk over and won by
a score of II to 2. The first five in?
nings were beautifully played, but after
the fifth the Petersburg pitcher let
down aud tho team wont to piecoe.
ii 11 '
niohmond. 1 00020 8 :i?H 12 1
l Siersburg_.. 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 2? 'J U 8
Batteries?l-'lynu and Gibson; Pack?
ard aud McCluug.
llslUn.ii Heats t'rlneeloit.
By Southern Associate! Press
Bai.timom;, Md,, April 15.?The
Champions played the first gamu of thu 1
season on their home grounds tbs af- I
teruoon and 1,01)0 persons shivered and
oheercd in the uncompleted stuutls.
It II B
i alti > o.f> 0 i n i l o n 1 - 12 U> 2
Prim < ton...U 0 0 ? n 0 1 ? U t ;; 8
Kattenes?Dotier,Kissingor and Rob?
inson; Hitchcock, Wilsou and Wil?
The Virginia, Fredcricksburg and
llV Southern Associate 1 Proa-i.
Frhdekioksritko, Vn., April 15,?
Quite an interesting meeting was held
here to uighl lu the interest uf tlie
Virginia, Fredericksburg and Western
railroad that is to ruu trout a point on
the Ohio river to deep water on tho
Potomac, at some point in tho Northern
Nock of Virginia.
There were present at tho meeting
ex-Mayor Robert T ? .arke, of Bridge?
port, Connecticut, and Hou Frank L
Rogers, ex-auditor of Connecticut; W
C Uaigb, president of tho proposed
railroad, of Bridgeport, Coun; C A
Troup, S II Lezyuski and Major
Powell, of New York; W A Hawkins
und Georgo B Jones, of Richmond:
.Mayor R?wo oud all the members of
tho Common Council of Fredericks
burg; ex-Judge dames R Seuer, .State
Senator William A Little, Hou John H
Mason, of King George; representa?
tives ot the press and other prominent
citizens of Frederioksborg, uud there
was great enthusiasm bhown. There
will bo a further meeting to morrow.
The Government Must Again Defend
the Income Tax Law.
Uv Southern Associated Pro**.
Chicago, III., April 15, -JudgeSko
waltor, hi tho I'mted States Court this
this morning, oujoiued Siegel, Cooper
& Co. from making any returns to tho
internal Rovcuiie Collector under tho
provisions of tbo income tax law.
The bill attacks tho law, aud under
tho order granted this morning thu
Government wilt bo called to taku part
in tho proceedings, to defeud tbo
operation of tho new law.
> itviu Nswsi
Bv Southorn \ ,te I Pro?.
Washington, April 15.?Capt. J. 0.
Watson has been detached from thu
Naval Retiring Hoard and ordered to
duty as Governor of tho Nasal Heine
The Central Part of Europe Shaken
by Violent Earthquakes.
GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
Buildings Demolished in Various
Cities of Italy and Germany. Lives
Lost in Some Places. Great
Fear Over All. The Rush
From a Theatre.
Hv Southern Associated Pro?.
TniESTR, April 15. ? Persons coming
from 1.mimen givo vivid descriptions
of tho scenes of ten ur durtug the
earthquake. The tirst shook, shortly
after midnight, was so severe that thu
whole population wus urotiHod, and
hundreds run half naked into the
streets. By S o'clock tho streets were
blocked with ourts aud in v. inch the
sick aud women and children were
boing conveyed to places cd safety, i
A little later vans loaded with furni?
ture could lie seen on every side. Men
aud women carrying clothing and boxes
ot vnluublcs crowded the streets uud
often stopped completely the progress
of tho vehicles. Terrified groups rtuelt
on the corner and beforo uhurohes
praying for deliverance aud beggiug
the priests to pray for them.
The barraoKB, tbu museum, tbo die
tillery uud hull a do/ou other large
buildings were laid iu ruins. Scores of
other buildings were crucked und half
shaken Irotu their foundations,
At Fiume the audience in the Play
erb' Theatre hud just risen to luavo the
building when the lirst bhuck came.
All crowded madly to the exits. Many
persous were injured iu the struggle,
but none finally. All uigbt boats tilled
with fugitives put out Irom thu Fiume
wharves to the shipping. There is
hardly a vessel in tbu humor without
several Finnic (amilies ou board, who
ruturu to la'id. During the panic iu
Trieste a frightened hurso run down a
crowded street injuring tweuty per?
sons soriouidy and kuncking dowu liny
or sixty. The harbor was agitated us
if by a storm und several buuts earry
iug persous to thu shipping were cup
si/.od. Six persons wero drowned.
Slight shocks have beeu lelt here
throughout the day.
Roue, April 15. ? Violent shocks
were also experienced at Bologna, Far
rura uud Treviso, in euch of winch
towns great damage wua done to build?
ings. Iu Treviso tho entire audieuce
rushed from a theatre into tlie street at
tbu lirst shook, Many were hurt in
tho panic,but no one wus killed. Shocks
have been generally folt throughout
the north of Italy.
Vienna, April 15. ?All the clocks In
tho city btopped ut 11:20 o'clock this
morning. Persons arriving at tho rail?
road Btations report deaths and damuge
to property iu many towns besides
those already mentioned. They say
that along the ruilrond lines they saw
thousuuds camping in the Uelde. Tho
trains were rucked by the ehocks.
The University of Virginia Alumni
llvSotitliuni Amsooimb I Proa*.
Washington, April 15.?The alotnni
of the University ot Virginia gave a
banquet at Page's Hotel in this city
this evening in celelnutiou of the anni?
versary of the organization of tins in?
stitute of learning,
Uliicers lor tbo coming year were
elected: Secretary of tue Navy Hilary
Herbert, president; Prof. W, 15. Cabell,
12, J. Itenick and Postmaster-General
W. L. Wilson, vice-presidents; Thnwus
Nelsou Page, Dr. Theodore (Mark, U,
U, Lee and It, L. Preston, Executive
Amoug the toasts responded to wore
"Thomas Jefferson," bv Hon. Jobu
Goodo, pi Virginia: and "Tbo LTtii
versttty und Its Work," by Prof.
Thoiuus Nelson Page urged the erec?
tion of u memorial bull to the memory
of the alutnui who lull in the late wur.
lty Southern Aseociatu I Press.
Jacksonville, Flo., April 15, ? In?
surance men of Florida uro greatly
alutmt'd over Senator lirootue's valued
policy lull, which will come up in the
Senate ut Tallahassee, aud is likely to
puss, Tho measure is intended to
abolish tho three quarters cluiibO in iu
Buraoce policies ami compel the com
]-a tit es to pay tiio full amount of the
risk, it is more than likely all the tire
insurance companies doing business in
Florida will cancel their policies and
quit the State.
Our bettor halves say they could not
keep house without Chamberlain's
t'ongb lletuedy, It is used in more
than hulf tho holmos in I.cods. Sims
Bttos, Heeds, Iowa. This shows tho
esteem in which that remedy is held
where it has beou sold for years and is
well-known. Mothers huvo learned
that there is nothing so good for colds,
croup and whooping cough, that it
cures these ailments quickly and per?
manently, und that it is pleasant and
safe for children to take, 25 aud 00
cent bottles for sale by all druggists,
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk.
Petkrsuuru, Vn., April 15.?A meet?
ing o( the board of directors o( tbo
C entral Stato Hospital will bo bold ou
next .Monday, when tbo biennial eloo
lion of oliioern of tbat lUbtitutiou will
Tho Democrats of Chesterfield will
bold a cuuvoutiou at the county court?
house next Wednesday to nemmate
The representatives from Tabb Street
Presbyterian Church, in thia city, to
Hast Hanover Presbytery, which bo
gins its Buriug sessiou tomorrow ut the
Secoud Presbyterian Church in Rich?
mond, ore Rev. .1. W, Rosubro, D, D.,
aud Mr, O. B. Morgan.
About 280 baseball urunks went over
to Richmoud this morning to witness
the game between thu Richmond oiub
und the Petersburgs, This was the
opening gamo of the Virginia League
The fuueral of the late Wm, F, Spots
wood, took i)loce yesterday aftcruoou
at I o'clock from Tabh Street Presby?
terian Church, and was very largely
attended. The services were conduct
ed by Rev. J, W. Rosobro. 1). 1)., tho
pastor, and Rov. R. P. Kerr, of Rich?
mond, of whom Mr. BpOtewood wuu a
gruat admirer. Mr, Spotuwnod left a
will which was found this afternoon in
uu iron safe ut hia late resideuee on
High street. It was written by IuiukoK
anil wus made in 1893. \ Tbo estate is
valued at $85,000, Ho provides a niuiiII
legacy for each of his children aud also
a small legacv for bis sister, Mrs.
Rosa B, Strudwiok, of Hillsboro, N,
C. The balance of bio estate goes to
I is widow for her lifetime, and at her
death to be equally divided among
each of bis childrcu. Mrs. Spntawood
is named as tho exeoutrix, and her son
Daudrwlgo as executor, with thu re
quest that no bond bo required. Mr.
Spotswood carried u life insurance of
85,001) in the IDtpiitable Life Insurance
Company of Now York, for the beuotit
of his sou Dandridge.
A WARRANT FOR 25 CENTS.
How u Cotintrymnn Tried to Itrtbu it New
Deputy Sheriff Barman of Madison
county, N. Y., wont into thn Jefferson
Market police court, Now York city, re?
cently, and asked Jtis-tico Taintor to, sign
a warrant. Justice Taiutor signed the
warrant. The country offioer of the law
dived into his pocket and brought forth
a silver quarter. IIo handed it to the
"What is this for?" inquired Taintor
"It's youni for yor services,-jedge.
Course I>couldn't lot yt<r do this Ihing
J net ice Taintor flushed up, the court
officinls chuckled, and two or throe
"drunks," held in the leash, grinned
"Here, tako your money. I don't
want it. You're mistaken. I never uc
"Keep it, judge, keep it. That's all
right, yeronuer," said tho Madison
county representative of tbo law as he
waved his hand grandiloquently.
"Bat I don't want it. and I demand
that you tuko it back, sir," answered
tiio justice, showing a little choler.
"Now, look here, jodgc, I"?
"Tako your money, you yap," inter?
rupted Detective McUnckin.
"All right, but it's doggOUOd funny."
said tho man. "That's tho way wo do
bnsiuess up in Madison county, b'gosh.
8'poso every thuudcrin feller about
horn is scared at them Lex?W fellers."
And ho disappeared, while tho purity of
the bunch remained secure.
A DANGEROUS GANG.
A New York Policeman Held t p by a
Inspector Williams of New York re?
cently investigated tho alleged ooward
ice of Policeman George C. Strong,
who permitted "Kansas Johnny," tho
young Cherry Hill "panhandler," to <
capo simply because tho "panhandler''
pressed a pistol ngainst tho officer's
breast, ordering him to "throw up ins
hands." This tho bravo officer did
This opisodo has revealed tho exist?
ence In Cherry street of a gang rough) r
and ncru feared than any of those that
havo terrorized "the hill" for many
years. Tho "panhandlers" are not no
tivea They am said to havo oomo from
the west, whero they learned to carry
revolvers aud to littudlu them on tin
Tho "panhandlers" havo won tho af
factions of some of tho belles of Chorr
street, and it was a woman that was
indirectly responsible for the encounter
between "Kansas Johnny" and Police?
man Strong. Johnny was promenading
Cherry street with Rridget Luniion
when Bobby ?Ingnll, a native, mane a
jonloiw remark. Tho policeman's com?
ing probably saved lngall from a drub?
Thero aro said to bo about 100 mom
hersof tho "panhandlers' " gang. They
never go ubont singly, audnono of them
has ovor:hoe? kROW.u^tp^s^rk,
General Matters in Richmond and
the Commonwealth at Large.
GOT BACK HIS LOST MONEY.
A Gambler Refunds Winnings to Avoid
Legal Process. Trial of Parker.
Death of Mrs. Drinkard. Many
Members of Ibe Legisla?
ture Will Not Run.
Spuoinl De.pidoh to tin' Virginian .
Richmond, April 15,?A countryman
came to Richmond n few daya ago and
dropped iuto a Hank sired guuiKliug
house. Ho lost several hundred dol?
lars, every oent lie hud with him. Ho
did not compluin, but bore ins mislor
tiino gracefully while in tho city. Hut
when he wont homo bo wrote to n law?
yer hero to bring suit ugainst the pro?
prietor of the place. The attorney
visited the gambler und advised bun to
puy buck tin' money to the mau, which
has been dono, aud tberu will be uo
Old St. Paul's Church was literally
packed yesterday morning. Many
curious people weut there 10 see Mrs.
Jeffersou Davis ami Miss W innie, who
occupied the old Duvis pew, thu one in
w inch President Davis was seated w hen
be received news of the evacuation ol
Hichmond. All the churches were well
attended. Some of Huf Kastor offer?
ings were largo. Those ut All Stunts
and Holy Trinity were over 32,000,
It is said thut many of the most
prominent members of the Legislature
will not stum! lor re election. Tins is
true especially of the Hottso. Mr. Hun
ton, of Fauqtiior; Mr. Uowuiug, of
Wurren; .Mr. Crump, of Richmond;
Mr. Harrison, of Lynchbtug, ami
many others Will' probulily not run
a.'?in. As fur us is kuowu Hon, .lohn
F. Ryan, of Lotidou, will have no op?
position for the Speakerekip, though
there is some talk of trying to induce
Mr. (Jooke, of Norfolk, to run.
Tbo wife ol Capt. \V, F\ Driuknrd,
one ol the editors of the Dispatch, died
quite suddenly yesterday, hhe was a
sister ol tbo lute Henry ft, BllySoU und
Was a lady of beautiful (JbriHituu cliruc
tur. Capt. Drinkard bus been in poor
health for some time himself. Another
death to record is thut ol Mr. Ambrose
Barrett iu Cheater Held, For many years
be was a popular Justice of this city.
The case ol Tbotuas .M. I'urket alias
Frank L, Smitli was culled for trial iu
IhotHeuricti County Court to-day,
i he pnaoner pleaded not guilty, und
tho drawing of thu jury was begun,
A defect in thu first venire caused it to
bo quashed und u now writ issued,
From tins latter thirteen jurymen were
secured. A talo for leu veuireoien
was sent out, and at 2 o'clock in the
afteruoou an adjournment was taken.
It is rumored here tliHt Uailey Kam
has asked for his release from the
Richmond team to sign with Forts
month, but Millinger Wells says n is
Rheumatism wa-, so bud that .lames
Irviu.oi Savannah, could hardly wulk
from paiu iu his shoulder ami joints of
his legs. F. I'. P. Prickly Ash, Poke
ioiot und Potassium was resorted to
ami I run is well and happy,
Messrs. Horace S. Peed and .1 as.
M. Jordau have formed a co partner,
ship under tliu Urm uuuiu of F. M,
Peed A ."Son, to conduct the ship
chunillery and snip supply business,
ut Water street aud Uounoke ave?
October 1st, 1891. seM.BU.tn tl
Hutterniiik and Ice Cream at Mac's.
s.itt. bxlruurdtnurv i iisi.r Monday,
April i Stil.
I!. A, Sannilers purchased trom the
receivers of P, S. Jaffray a Co. im
im i -f stock ot goods of various kinds,
winch wo will oiler in luany instances
less tliuti wholesale cost, Heo Sunday's
papers for special puces. R, A, Saun
dors, 172 Mum .street.
< urnpt>. iKnater oil fi ring.
All ordering ono dozen cabinets nt
will be presented with idle of my
carbon aristoa with huudsome gilt
frame. This oiler is only for Husler
week. 172 Main strei t.
Don't fail to sue Frank ll.Cules' add.
Constable Bros. St Wall iiuvo rouioved
ot Academy Mtisto building.
MAYER & UO.,
Railroad, Steamboat and
4 and 6 West Market Square
aSTox'follK, V?t ;
A llciiuiliiil l'iciiit? Will bo Ex
biblical Here < lmr.diiy
Time wuh, und it i>i not so many
yours ago at tliut, when tho name of
Suaborowsky furnished tbe theme for
eudless disousBiou throughout F.uropo.
it whh thou that tho man furnished
a superb climax to his artistic career
by nuisbiug nml presenting tlic uius
torpiooo ot his brush. Liu culled t|ic
picture "N'auu," nud all tho ortists
of old world wcio u unit in singing his
Sergius Suchorowsky bad laid tho
fun ml at ion of his fumo long before his
"Naua"Btartlcd t ho world of art,but hud
this picture been tho only product of
his wondrous talent ho would have
bold a valid claim to fame. "Nuua" is an
urtislio creation of a venitubh) master
aud all things considered it stands at
the very head of tho best types of tho
so called realistic Behool. Will bo ex?
hibited Thursday in Ibis city.
Vc-tiri man ? ii-et.-ii.
Tho following vestrymen wero elcot
ed last night:
Christ i hurch Col Walter H Tay?
lor, ('apt ? P Loyall. Thomas K Ilor
land, (ieorgo ('hamhc rlniuo, hW'J BZO ?
well, M K King, \V W Old, W 0 Dick
son, Tayloe (Jwathmey.
St Paul's Church-'-It II Baker, Sr,
James V Loigb, Dr 11 M Nash, Adam
Trodwoll, John L Farrant, Uaj W F
Irvine, B A nlarsdon, Charles Sharp,
Fred Ureeuweod, C Hardy, K li Tuu
'Iii,- i: volution
Of medicinal agents is gradually
relegating thu old time herbs, pills
draughts and vegetublu extracts to the
rear and bringing into general use the
pleasant aud effective liquid laxative,
Syrup of Figs, To got the true reme?
dy ueo that it is mauiifacturcd by the
California Fig Syrup (Jo. only. For
sale by all loading druggists.
Silks, velvets, linens, napkins, dam?
asks, towels, laces, omhroidoricH and
hosiery from .I Hilary's stock at less than
cost, Seo Suudoy's papers for special
prices. It, A, Sutinders, 17*2 Miuu
"Newest Discovery"?Ext. teeth no
pain. N. V. D. Looms. I?2 Main.
Buttermilk and leo Cream, at Mac's.
Burriiss, Son & Co.,
Commercial and other business paper ills
Lioau-i negotiated ou favorable teim-i.
i uy iiou.iH hn ! utimr securities bought
Df|ins tu receive 1 an i aocouuts Invited.
Ii loo-a allowed ?n t tn- ileposits.
H.iiu Deposit boten tor reut. Charges
Draw Hl.au:' r.xehuugo nud make entile
Iran ter ? to Europo,
Letters of ero.ut issued to principal oitlsi
ot the .lurid. oc!17
Horses & Mules.
Pill EVERY INT.
im TUESDAY, tbo 16th instant, wo will
Imxe another nice bnu of
HORSES AND MULES
which w,b ci.n-i-t of all kinds, fr an a u ?.??
roadster to a ? ommou plough her e. Also n
lot ei L'otton Hilles. Wo keep a uioa lot of
HursuH for pn ni? mle nil the tin e.
IlK.MKM i-Klt. we Imxe tluooutlDiied auc?
tion s.ib s <<u Friday-.
We Rive 81 hoars'trial on nil an lion
stock, na.I it not iii topi - .-.?:.:? d money will
hu rolunde I.
I MCGLEARY-MCCLELLAN LIVE 8T0GK CO.
Tho tramp I fe Insurance .gontti who tries
to i ako you belle.? a thntnnj other rognlar.
life insurauce ? omja iy pays as lurgo ?ivl?
donds or fuv, inn as ti n Northwestern
Mutual, ih eu ltv. of do teptioa b> usiug mis?
lead ug ItATlQs, which no honest u.au
xxoul.i em ploy, or exhi.it, as thoy urn made
up to croite a false imprcsiioii.
D. Humphreys & Son,
C.ENI. AOENT? NOU-I'II WESTERN.
Be In It With a Nobby
Stylish Colors und in all si/os. 1 urge
stock to select from at the lowest prices.
L. JHGK OLIVER & CO.,
Ill MAIN BTUBET?
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? DR.GtiO.D.LEVY, ?
' OPTICIAN, I
17 Gran by Street. ?
o Is t>> correct all defects of
p vision (hat arc capable of
g correction?to correct them
O scientifically and with ab
? solute accuracy,
? Hy Ou a ran tee
Is lo conform strictly to
the above and to give a
complete and thorough ex?
amination free of cost to
every case that comes under
And 1 ye (,lapses are the
equal ol any made, ami
superior to any sold else?
where In tlie city. Besides
they have that fit about
them that others can't
I mit ate.
Arc Die finest that ran be
procured?the same as in
u-e In all first-class optical
offices. No showy, massive
looking apparatus to tright
cn children and disgust
Is steadily on the increase,
which is proof positive
that 1 nave given satisfac?
tion to tlie ptihlic during
my three years' residence
H Is attested tu by over five
? thousand patrons in Nor
Q folk who use my Glasses,
? among whom are the fol
O lowing well known gentle
? men, to whom 1 respect
g fully refer as
p T\y References:
Q Jas. G. Riddick, M. D.,
? L. B. Aadcrson, M. ?.,
O B. M. Baker, M. 0.,
y F. M. Morgan, M. D.,
? M. R. Allan, M. D.,
Q Reu. M. B. Whartort, 0.
X Rev. E. H. I, iwli rigs,
? Rev. E. B. Hatcher,
O Rev. G. P. Rulledgc,
y Rev. J. T. Mastin,
Q tt.P.Warrin?ton.Esq. Att'y-at-Law
?? R.W. Shultice, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
8 H. H. Rumble, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
Q Leo. Judson, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
g T. W. Shelton, Esq., Att'y-at-Law.
O Mr. Lawrence Royster,
? Clerk i?l Corporation and Law and Cliun
Q Mr. W. F. Gregory,
Q dim. -r. Eure, Gregory 4 Co.
R Mr. D. Lowenberg,
p Mr. John Whitehead.
'7 GRAN By f^?/
Offices Closes at 5 P. M.
PUT YOUR DEEDS
ether Valuable Fsptrs in a Safe Place.
AT A COST O!'- ONLY 'i?c A MONTH.
THE NORFOLK BANK
FOR B A VINGS AND TRUSTS,
in the budding ol the Norfolk National Hank,
invitee yea tu call and u. ;? . : their now
Safe Deposit Vault*, stufes for rent 111*3 per
anutiai aud upwards. I .. kagea roooived on
atorago. Deposits of ti ani upwards re
, elVO.I on inter, at. Call und get Ulio of our
Savings Hank Safoa. Ol'I?N DAILY EXCEPT
s? M>aY. front 1U a in, to 8 p m. also ou
SATURDAY'S from ! to 6 p m. Loans made
on real entitle and other security. Settle*
ophites, and acts in any fiduciary capacity.
f. W. UltANDY. President.
CEO. I AIT, Vlca-President.
C. J1AEDY, Cashier.
Twin City Loan Office,
213MA.N, CORNER OnURCH,
offers for sulo a largo aud elegant selection
a*, prices lewer ti-au aay place la the city.
Money iouuod ou all g^jda of value. / .