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Veterans of the Southern Cause
Warmly Welcomed in Houston.
The "Bonnie Blue Flap;" Recalls Many
inspiring Incidents of the ..ar.
Miss Winnie Davis Receives a
Grand Ovation. Gen. Gor?
don M.'tkes a Speech.
Br Southern Associated frei?.
BquSTON, Tex., May 21.?It watt
0:")0 o'clock tfueu Geti. Joliu Ii. Gor
ou tuountrd the platform. I In win
looking the picture Of health and
Lowed a graceful acknowledgment rs
Mic tho crowd greeted him with lotnl
?jud long continued npplatife. Presi?
dent Cleveland, of tho Confederate
\'eteraun Relief Association, intro?
duced Chaplain Gen. J, \V. .Jouos, who
opened thu meeting with prayer. He
Culled upon the (iod ol Abraham. Itiune
and .Jacob, tkit* God of .lell'ersou Davis,
to be with the veterans at thin reuuioo;
to be with them in their deliberations;
to bless every section of our common
Coutitrv; to bless the maitned Confed?
erates here nud at liotne and rallO tip
frionda to eat a ihem iu days to come.
President Cleveland followed iu n
lirtL'f address. L uder the conquered
tlap, he Mild, they hud eorue together
to rrotior the cause for which it eared.
They Im.! met to-day ttuder the bless?
ing ol pence iu cheerful acceptance ol
their bentngu of defeat without criti
?ihm (applause). lie welcomed ili?
delegates to the hcnrtH and homes of
Texas, tliu realization of their bright
til dreams, Iu closing he presented
GoT, Charles Otllberaoil, who bind thut
the Amet icnn colonists, lleeiog from
the multiplied wrong of monarchy,
planted tLonisolvea nt t\ wilderness
Vheti the esieutiul principle ol their
aoonomy was local soli government,
Under this institution grew the in?
stitution of slavery. This was reeog
Uized by a majority at the Ninth autl a
minority of the South, proper laws
luting made for tho safety oi slavers.
The s>stem continued to Nourish uud
the North pursued the slave trade uuiil
In the iucren!>e of slaves iu tho South
mane it uuprotilable. Growiug manu?
factures ns-re them employment and
they wero woveu tuto Hie warp
a in! woof of our social bvb
tern. Tho North nt this time
exhibited a quietened conscience
aa to the wrongs of slave holding uutl
?vbeu disunion was threatened, luvad
ing armies were bent to coerce sov
< i ifii and indepeudeut Stuten to ro
mum in the L'uiou. Tho cballcuge
tieiug tiiiide there wan no choice lor
the Htutes but aceeptauce (applause .
Jlo puid a high tribute to the "great
leader, whoso daughter honors us with
li?r presence today" lappluusei. nud
?tulogi/cd the glory of the Southern
cuii-i.-. it was the proudest act of his
cllii'iul life to welcome the voterunu
?of that eati-e.
At the conclusion of the Governor's
? speech the baud played ''The liontiio
]ilue flag" und the crowd burst forth
iu ioud applause, Mayor Urowuo then
rose anil extended to the visitors the
hospitality of tho city. When Gou,
Ciordou was introduoed tho crowd weut
wild, and it was some tiuio before the
speaker could proceed, tieu. tiordou
euid it was a pleasant duty to respoud
to the characteristic bospitalitioa of
Toxus. Around tho UBDie of this State
pre gathered glorious and hallowed
ruouiories uutl Inch bo| CS of rich con?
tributions to the luttire of tho Republic.
She httB a geuial climate und a rich
soil, lu history she hat tho memories
of tho Alamo Goliad and San Jacinto.
"I ho deeds of Houston, of Anstiu, oi
(Travis aud Lamar "ill never bo for
gotten. Tho assembly of these wur
ecarrcd veterans in this war-scarred
tttute recalls u striking contrast in their
war experiences, Sixty yonrs ago
Texas won her light for national iudo
peudeuoo. Thirty years ego these ex
Confederates lost liicir light for sepa?
rate nationality, but to-day's victories
was uot more glorious mid grand thou
were these bruvo men arouud him iu
their overwhelming defeat. [Applause.
lie recalled three achievements iu
the history of Texas' peace career. The
first in tbo rooouatruction, mainly
through your instrumentality of the
labor system of this lu r section. It had
ticen destroyed, yet you undertook ltd
reconstruction and adapted yourselves
to the new conditions.
it'The second was your astounding
success iu achieving tluaucial inde?
pendence for your families.
Gen. S. 1>. Lee, chairman of Ihn
Committee on History read hi* report.
'While (leu. Loo was reu.nnc his report
Jliss Winnie Davis, with her escort,
consisting of many Indies, mmlu her
?ppearanie on tho stage, hho was
greeted with an outburst of applause,
Which I or ceil tho speaker to suspend,
? uil for several minutes tbo utmost con
When lion. Lee finished thovrter
etla wi re invited to pu-s in reviorv be?
fore Miss Davis, aftor adjournment,
which was then taken from 1 to 7
o'clock. The crush uu,i oouftision was
so great that Uieio ans actual danger of
Mifs Winnie advanced to tho front
of tho platform und smiliugly raiaiug
lior hainis, said uho know site could
fely upon iha membeis "aa men and
'?Voi.r-.u8 to follow the rules and make
tbo review Be easily as possible,"
adding, "now, wont you? with an
'ibis was partially effective, bnt not
wholly bo, nud for nearly two hours
Bhe was buriod among the mass of vete?
rans,who scrambled over tho reporter's
Iaidos und upon tbo platform. It would
be impossible to describe the enthus
iuem aud confusion of the eceuo.
THE ITALIAN AMBASSADOR
Wants to Know Something About the
Treatment of Italians at Pocahontas.
liv Southern Assoointod Fross.
Wasiiinuoon, Jlsy 22.?Yesterday
tho Department of State, at the in?
stance ol Huron Favii, tho Italian Am?
bassador, telegraphed the Governor of
Virginia that 125 llaiiau.?, who bad
contracted in New York to work for
the Southwest \ irginiu Company as
Btouecutlera, it was represented, were
being lll-trcOted. deprived of food und
detained by force at Pouabontns; that
tbo company was endeavoring to force
them to work in tho opal mines in the
place of striking minerB, contrary to
tlmir coutraot, und that Virginia troops
woro coercing them.
The department requested the Gov?
ernor to institute a prompt investiga?
tion unit give duo promotion in esse of
need. Tina muruiug thu depurlment
received a telegram trorn tlov. O'Fer
rail, saying bo bud communicated with
the conomuudaut of Virginia troops ut
Porahoutaa and hnd been inlorraod bv
hi in that rations wero issued daily to
the Italians, .aud that tbero was no
Buffering or destitution. The Governor
alaosaid that IbM were at work and 100,
nut dcMriug to work, v.ore put on curs
?ml returned to Now York, add lug tliut
bu whs Hiiro these men wore put under
guard nniply as a precautionary meus
ure, T be-so facts wore proinptly cotn
munieated to Liaron Fava,
Abbreviated Telegrams of Newsy
Paris. 22.?Tho Jludgot Committee
of the Chamber of Deputies bus elected
M. Lookroy its .president.
Washington, Muy 22.?Tiie revenue,
cutter Perry sailed from Port Town
semi to tiny for l;ering Sen..,
NV ?siiis?rov, May 22.?The syndi?
cate paid into the Treasury to day
$1)00,01)0 in gold, swelling "tho total
gold reserve to 808,127,000.
Brussels, 22.?11 is learned that tho
Govornmeut bad decided upon tbo m
detinue postponement of tbo project to
auuex the Gongp Territory, iienoe the
resignation of (Jpuot Wcsturloo.
London, 22.?Speaking in this oity
this evening Mr. Joseph Cham bor lam,
the liberal uuionist leader, denied that
there was any prospect oi a severance
ot the alliance between it he conserve
livos und liberal nutouists.
Washington, 22,?Tbo Pope has
addressed au encyclical lotter to the
heuds of the Catholic- Church through,
out the world and is a plea for univer?
sal prayers looking to the unity of
Chriatiuudom to be offered beloro nud
I'.i i ai.a, r. T? May 22.?An iostir
reoliou has broken out in the Creek
nation against tho tribal heads of tbo
government. Armed bauds are niorch
iug on Okmnlgeo, tbo capital. .Seventy
live ineu left a rendezvous neur here
tb.s morouig and it is said were joined
by 100 more from New Yorker, an
Indian town to the west.
FOUND HIM NOT GUILTY.
Secretary and Treasurer Daniels Ex?
By Southern Associate i Prot?.
Atlanta, (.5a., May 21.? Grand Reo
relury and Treasurer "VYm. P, Dnniols,
of the Order of Railway Conductors,
has been exonerated. The special com
initteo invc6tiguting tbe charges against
him reported this afternoon und found
htm not guilty. Ho wus charged with
using ins oflice to promote a wildcat
milling KcliL-tno nud with paying more
attention to politics then to his offtco,
The charges wero made by tho t'omden
i N. ,l.i division anil helped to beat him
at the elect ion lust week. Camdon di?
vision wus requested to apologize,
?eerelOry in rbnt will iit iM'cr tile
ileiimriul nay orittiitii.
Bv Soutlioru AeBOoiata.l Preis.
Washington, Mny 2tf.?Secretary
Herbert will deliver the Memorial Hay
oration on tho invitation of John A,
Logan l'o>t, G, A, K,. at tin's Ceme?
tery of the Government Hospital for
tho Insane, v. i.e. c me located tho
graves of many of the Union soldiers
who died iu hospitals during tbs wur
and where over 100 Confederates who
wero under the care of Union hospitals
tiro buried. It is expected that tho
Proaident and his cabinet will ottetnl
ou the occasion. Tho loot that Secre?
tary Herbert wob a Contcderatn soldier
is expected to make the event of uau
Flavo you boon to Goldman ?fc Hof
heimer'e, 100 Main street'.'
Twenty-livo ear loads nest Timothy
Hay. d. 11. Cofer, l?:> Water street.
Phone No. I. inj 19 lui.
Stylish Buggy, ueatlyuoiv, vory lit?
tle Used. 27? Water t-treet.
,\ I Vir?, f. Iliia,
No. 10t Church street, hlsok ffttin
ribbons, all widths, and fancy ribbons,
Notwithstanding the Additional
Strength She Still Goes Down.
The Hill Climbers Making a Grand
Fight for First Place. Thi ?Farm?
ers" "Didn't Do a Thing" for
tbo M:.gx ana Yesterday.
Rehme nd Loses.
t% item i her i'iav i'e*Dar.
Petersburg at Portsmouth
Norfolk, at Iti. luiiond.
bynehbatg at lloauoke.
Mnmliuu o? ill. C'lnba?
Won 1.0 t Per Cent.
Kichu'.onl. 19 j .7WJ
Lyuchburg'. 1? 7 .7:0
Portsmouth. 19 li .481
Nortolk. 1" 17 ...7d
Petersburg. " Iti 3<0
ltoiinol.o. 17 ,'J-M
Lynchbubq, Va., May 22. They had
to knock tho ball out of the lot?Nor?
folk bed to do it to get a rtiu to iluy
iu the lirst game with Lyuchburg. It
wan in the lust half of the ninth i uning,
when the score stood, Lyuehburg, 4;
Two tueu were out, O'Hngnu was on
second, when MoCreery stepped up to
tho plate uud lilted tho ball over the
fence, thus saviug the Clams from u
shut out. Kagev, the left-hand twiner
tor the Tobaocouists, who bus not hist
a ^nwe.tbi* seusoti, struck out twelve
K0RFOI.H. 11 SI Ml,' ....
K II PO K It II Pll
(icier, r. II it I OjFtrJiisnu, rf.? fl u I
Puicdl, if... .. ii i) u .delatyre, -ii. t i n
I.atlmtr. lb.. .
Mi' .. . rr.L'b
li lie ii r:.. ii
UjllerijrUlll.aS o i -i n
I I'humtanu, If l o :i n
I -. Inifcel . ,o j n ii
inilth, efI u i o
i-jliv. is. .. u u i ii
?Its I., lb ...... 1 1 7 II
user, 1'. .0 1 0 '-'
n ii i:
I.ynclibtirg .02001001 0? 4 7 ..
rsoiiuk.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2?2 o i
Summary: P.arued Hnus?Lyueh?
burg, 1; Norfolk, 2. Two ISaso Hits?
?Schubel aud O'Hugau. Home Muns?
Molutyre au-.l MoCreery. Double
pla.%s?Molutyre, Corcorau an''. Latt
nter. Struck Out?My Kagev. 12; by
Herr, 1. liftso ou Molls?My liugey, I;
by Herr, 2.
Batteries: Kagey and Sohabel; Herr
Tim brcosd 11 amk,
In tie second goamo Lyuehburg
slugged iMoDonuld out ol the box, Tho
only brilliant play was by Molutyre,
Lynchburg's second baseman, who
made u sousittional oue liand catch uud
put ou t two men. Soore:
NJKH.I K. LVXClllll'nu.
h ii ro i: u ii i-i
Corcoran, an... I 1 '-' I Ferguson, rf . t! ?
O'tlairau, :?.... o i i : >. tntvr. ,Sb t S n
? oUiaovrer, r.. u u i i |lliii|i,iilli, ..i. ; t t
iier, lb.... u 1*10 1 l'liimi|ison, Ii l I; S
i> ? i.iv, ir
v, i reerv.b2.
1 ll.^-.T. l'f. ,..
Total.It lit 37
Summart: Katnod Minis Lynch
burg, D; Norfolk. 1. t wo Base Hits ?
Molutyre (2), Scbahel, O'JSagan,
linger. Three Base Hits?Orth, Home
Kims ? Uerryhill, Double Plays?Col
liilowcr nnd MoCreery; Molutyre and
Plook, Merry hill, Molutyre and Pluck.
Struck Out?My Orth,C; by McDonald,
?I. Mane ou Bulls Oll' Orth, 1; oil
R H E
Norfolk.0 0 1 (i 0 n 0 0 0? 1 7 i
Lyiu-llbtirg .4 0 ? U 1 0 4 2 0?11 13 '.*
Matteries: Orth and Schabe); Me
Donald and Purcell and Geier.
t'alcrabtirg Wallop* ?Coniioke.
1 v Southern Associated I'ren.
PrtvrsbVRO, Va., May 22.- Peters?
burg got sweet revenge to-day for Mon?
day a defeat by shutting Itonuoke out,
Tno gamo wus ii pitohers' battle, euch
EHeber doing splendid work in the
ox. Foreman, while he was hit burder i
than Gafl'ney, was very effective at
oritiual points, and only gave one base |
ou t ails during tho game. Both learns
played a quick, snuppv game, but tho j
home team won by superior bato-rnn
it n r.
1 < torei org..0 0 1 0 0 U 1 (i 0 j :; u
Itoauoke.0 0 |i o o u 0 0 0 - U 8 S
Batteries: Forcuiuu aud (Jill; Gaff,
ney und llaydou.
At Cleveland ? l irst (lame:
R II K
(Taiolaud . .I 0 0 (I 1 0 (', 0 x? H Id 1
Brooklyn. 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 C? 0 :; 2
Butteiios: Wallace nnd O'Connor;
Gumbert and Grim.
U li B
Clsvolau I ... 1 3 0 0.- 0 :l 'J x Id IS 2
Riooklyu.;i00lioooi? u to :i
Batteries: < uppy ami O'Cooner;
Stein and Grim.
It II K
Oiucinuatl.5 t> 0 0 0 0 10 0 0?21 20 i
Jioatou.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 6? 8 13 5
Batterie??Dwytr aud Merrill; Ni
ohols and Gau^eL
I At Louisville ?
It H B
i Lou's ill* .. (i o n o l o :t o 0? 4 4
I Lull m,ro...3 2 1 0 0 2 8 ? 0?11 IS 2
batteries?Inks, Luby aud Wel?b;
j Lsper uud Robinson,
j At Pittsbiirg ?
B n 1:
, 1 itiH>.ui-4.1? ?> 0 1 1 n 1 2 0? 7 12 4
YVcshlugton.2 I) I II II 14 0 3?It 12 3
batteries: Coloolohgh and Kiuslow;
Stockdule aud MoGnir".
At St. Louis?
1: II v
st. i? urn.11 1 D 0 11 1 1 0 0? 311 2
Now Vin,.'i II V II II " 2 0 II? 4 10 1
Batteries: BreiteBstein and Miller;
Meekin and Farrull.
It II K
Chicago. . ,3 2300*03 0?14 1". 0
Pbihiilelpbia.3 3 0 0 0 1 3 n o? 7 13 6
Batteries: Terry mid Morun; Hud?
son, Beam aud Clements.
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Inter est Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk.
Speeial Uispaton to The Virginian.
Petersburg, \'u., May 22.?(lory's
Chureb, in l'nnoe George county, was
tbo seeue tills afleruoou ot n very pretty
unirrtage. Tbo contracting parties
were Mi. L. li. Lester, ot Norfolk, and
Miss Annie M. Heere, Rev, .1. K, It,
Hiddink, the pastor, ofllciated. Tbo
bride is a duugbtor ot Mr. nud Mrs. It,
P. Reese, of Prince (ioorge, and u most
attractive young lady. Tbo eonplo will
leavo lor Norfolk to morrow morning,
wbero in future they will reside.
Ascension I lay services will he bold
to morrow night at 8 o'ololto nt (iruce
Episcopal church, which will be at?
tended by A ppomattox Coinutendery
No. U, Knights , etnplat, in foil dress
< f u Templar, ou fool. Sir Knight Rov.
.lohn P.tdout will deliver a special ser?
mon before tin? coinmeudery.
George W, Druinwngtit, Btluiints
trator of Walter F. Hrumwright, to?
day in the Hustings Court, I lit bug h
bis counsel, Messrs. \Y. B, Mollwnmu
und W. II. .lone?, Instituted suit for
Sit',00?> damages ugatust tho Peters?
burg street Kall way Company, winch
is now in the btu.ds of Hubert tiiUiam,
receiver. Young Drumwright was
killed in May, 1804, by an electric cur
on Washington street, houce the suit.
Much interest is folt 111 tho election
to be held to-mbrrow iu the ditfurent
counties for county oftieers. A gentle?
man from Dlnwiddie, who was 111 the
city to-day, told mo that be thought
the Demooraols wonlii elect their full
ticket in that county.
It is expected that about 110
delegates will bo in attendance upon
the Episcopal Couucil which convenes
iu St, Paul's Episcopal Church in this
oily, on .Inno titb. Tho council will be
in session for three days.
Jutelligenco received here to-day is
to the effect that tho condition of Pri?
vate Henry Fields, of the Petersburg
Greyd, is much improved, Private
1 iolits, us staled .11 Tun VirtoixiAx, was
badly pelted with stones on Tuesday,
winle ou picket du'y at Poonboulas,
He is u son of Ool. 1.. M. Fu lda, lum?
ber inspector of this city,
THEY WERE TIMED OF LIFE.
An Unknown Man Turned 00 The
Gas, and Miss Donahue Used a
Itv Southern Associate 1 1'rosi
Wahuixutox, May 22. A man of
fiuo physique, shabbily dressed, about
:!,") year.-, committed suicide at the
Amerioau House last night. His name
apnears on the register of the hotel us
?'1). Miller, Virginia," nnd a uoto
found on the dressing table lulls the
story of the self killing. It reads as
'? /I, Whom It .!/?</ Concern:
"You will bine a hard time to iden?
tify me. Bnrv mo in Potter's liell,
where I belong."
Ho bad turned on the gas und that
killed him, There was round on u table
111 the room two ImttluR containing
laudanum, in the | tickets of bis
clothes were found $1.02 and two 2 cunt
stamps, a laundry check,but absolutely
nothing that might lead to tbo man's
'1 ho man's complexion was very dark,
as were also his eyes aud the face boro
decided traces of refinement, Tho
body is at an undertaker's awaiting
SHOOTS HERSELF THROUGH THE HEAD,
HltXTIXOTON, W. Vs., May 22. -MlH1
Petty Lonahoe, tho daughter of the
postmaster ut Rur loursville, this coun?
ty, aged I0, committed ?uioidu this
morning by shooting herself iu thu
head. No cause for the hc! is assigned.
Her father is one of tho prominent
Democratic landers of this section.
A It - in it r n 11 niI- Hiirnol It li< ii 111 a 1Kin.
From theiirotou Connecticut Review.
David Lewis, who has been aiHiuted
ull winter by rheumatism, is out u^ain
and all duo to ono of the medicines
advertised iu our columus. Alter try?
ing everything possible, lie used Cham
berlain'a Pain Balm, which baa relieved
htm of nil 1 urn, from which be was a
constant sufferer and promibes to make
bitu tit for duty soon, We know David
bus been a great s'llleror and aro glad
to soo bun around nfiutn. For sale by
At .Vir*. 1*. lue?.
No. 101 Church street, ladies will
find iho most complete assortment of
millinery goods. /
I?ftPlInl CHI NEWS NOTES
Our Regular Budget of Items From
the City of Richmond,
Return of the Richmond Blues. A
Policeman "Boxes" a?Man's Jaws.
The Sheriff and His Deputies
Fined for Contempt of
Court. Smuggling, Case.
Hpeoial Dlapatcb to tlio Virginian.
Richmond, Vu., May 28,? What ore
l;t:own as the Newport New? smuggling
eaaea oame up in the Uniied .Mutes
District Court to-day. The persons
aoetiaed were \Y. Allen liny nop, Joho
W.Seiden, Malnchi Dcunisoii, George
Brown, Frank James und II. W. Gtiu
away. Thu Ural untnud is while and
the others colored. It will he romoui
brrod thul Heynes w?? arrested last
siimmei nud discharged by the Com?
missioner at Newport News. lie sued
the Richmond Dispatch for libel mid
lbs evidence brought out in this case
oausod Heynes and the others to bo in?
dicted. All pleaded guilty to every
count tu tho itidictuiout. Judge Hughes
Biispeudcd seutuuee and bailed each
one on Ins owu recognizance to appear
here in the case of M. ,1. Dennisou.
Judge Wtekham, of Hourico County
Court, had before biiu to-day Sheriff
Solomon. Deputy Sheriff. I'ussall aud
Deputy Clerk \V. T. Lams, to show
cause why they should not be lined for
coutumpt of court. The oll'ouso of Mr.
Solomon and Fusseil was tlint they ad?
mitted Mr. Lnrus, iu tlio prcneuco of
the v. Id btick jury, nnil Mr. L.irnn did
wrong in going there. Tlio Sheriff
und his deputies were each fined S?ll,
und Mr. Lin i". wus lined $25. It ia
pretty huid on Mr, Solomon, ub to?
morrow ia election day, nn.l bis oppo?
nent is ttsiug this thing for all it is
worth tu his otlorts to draw votes from
It is now ipiite certain that Frank L.
Smith, alias Parker, the golti brick
mail, will tie tried ugutti in llenricu
Count)' Court, Wheu tbo caati wus
called in the United States District
Court this morning it wus simply con?
tinued. District Attorney Limniter suul
the Fedora! government hud not mmlu
u demuud for the per800 ol tbo pris?
oner and probably would not.
Policemun W. F. Fetter, ouo of thu
best It noun men on the Richmond
ferc?', was before the Police Justice to
day. charged with asaaultiug a negro
uamed ImIiuiiuiIs, Foster weut to the
placo where Kdmunds Mas employed
und remonstrated with him for walk
lug through his yard. He told the man
tbnt .Mrs. Poster had said be wus guilty
of this ofleuae. The negro coolly re?
plied thul whoever said so was a d- n
nur. Mr. FoBler thereupon boxed the
man's jaws foi htm. The Justice re?
fused to lino the oflicor and dismissed
L'he Richmond Pities arrived here
to night at 0.15 o'clock from Pocabou
tus. Great preparations were made
here for tlieir reception. A large crowd
was ut the station and escorted the
soldiers to 'heir armory. ?Ii I lie con
unions at Pocnhouias do not improve
withiu the next few days bums of the
couipauiea of the First iiegimcut,
I probably, will bo sout there.
THEY FAILED TO ESCAPE.
A Large Delivery of Prisoners Frus?
trated by a Penitentiary Guard.
Uv Southern Associated Praia,
ConUMiiiiH, (>., May 22,?A wholesale
delivery of prisoners from Iho htatu
penitentiary was narrowly averted to?
day by the accidental discovery of u
tunnel through the wall that was slmofl
Steve liusfjoll, n United Stales pn
oner, who wus employed as a ruLnei
und freijtieutly sent to a wall tower to
get oil, embraced the opportunity ti
muke a duplicate key to the lowor room
Other keys were made aud distribute.i
among u nnnibur of prisoners similurh
employed, who took every occasion lu
drop lulo thu room and dig sway a'
tin: tunnel, whokO tUOUth they con
trived to carelully conceal.
llits morning a guard,who knew thul
Bussed hud no business in thu tower,
shw nun euter and followed him iu with
the result that tbo tauuel was lound,
Russell haa admitted onongb to show
that there wore a large number in thu
A CAR LOAD OF FLOWERS.
And Evergreens Sent to Chicago to
Decorate Confederate Monument.
by t-'outru-rn Asaouiatsd 1'rcia.
Bavanhah, Gu., May 22.? A carload
of cvergreous and tlowere was loaded
by the Lxecutivo Committee of the
Coiiledurntu Veteran* to go to Chicago
for tho decoration of thu Confederate
niotimeut thoru ou May ,'!0tb. The oar
coulaiued tweutytour pnlnietto trees,
100 pine sapplingv, 1,0U() laurel wreaths
and a lot of mosa and wild ?milax. A
thotuaud magnolia pods will bo sent by
express Saturday. The car leaves to?
morrow nt 2 o'clock,
tint! iJnyl liny!
Twenty cars of choice Timithy and
mixed hay tin track. Must bo Bold, D,
P. Heul A. Uro._
if vorn n?ck~kcnWr
Or you an nil worn cut. really cert-J lor notth
Ins, It Is icDcral debility. Try
nuoirmh wok nj'TTxns.
It will euro yam clcanjs your liver, and givi
News Notes of Interest From the
Speohil -loh tu tbo Virginian.
N itwroit i Nt:\va, Vo.. Muy 23.
The county eleoiion taken plueo hero
to ilny and tbo "hottest tnno" we bavo
kuowu m predicted by tliu politicians
on every side.
Newport News wan visited yesterday
by iptite a uumbor of prominent nmu
ot tbo Htnto. tbo most conspicuous of
wlioui was Ibu lion, .losuph Lawless,
Secretary of tho Coniinouwealtb, who
is it favorite with tho people of tht*
vet um. Ho war called on liy n num?
ber ot Iho most pruitiiueul politicians.
Col. It. E, Hoy kill, of tliu Governor's
stall, was also hero with Air. Lawless.
Mr. A. C. Peachy, ol Williainsburg,
was iu the city yostoritny,
Hon. John Uatlaban, general super?
intendent of the Norfolk aud Wash?
ington line, was registered ut the War?
Mr. Mark Bi-Ulol, of the United
StateB Navy, was iu the oily yesterday
pnyiug Ins weekly vnut on business in
couueution with the Government gtin
'Iho Momorial colebration which was!
to have takeu place in Humptou l ues
day, wild postponed oil account of the
inclement weatbor. It will tako place
next Monday inHtead,
Miss Ethel ( lay is qnito sick at her
homo on West av?uiic.
Tho Herman at the Casino Tuesday
night wbh not as lorgr as was expected,
owtug to tbo dreadful nicht, w hich pre?
vented i. groat many from turning out,
Mr. Hurry Livo/.ov led with bis usual
skill; while tho Old Point Hand fur?
nished ein-mint iu;; mil'ic.
Miss Love, ot Winchester, who is the
guest of her smter, Mis, Hud gins, of
IlKinptnn, attended tho gi rtunu hero j
Tim French training ship Hiiaiard,
which hue been anchored off Newport
News for the past few days, will sail
to-day lor Philadelphia. Several ol
tho Oliloera came arhoro yesterday ami
visited the differout placos of Interest,
I hey were showu ovor the shipyard by
As-ostaut Naval Constructor Robort
Sticker nnd Mr. Wctherheo. one ol the
(lOvernthent uttnohos, who acted
interpreters. Tho party consisted of
Monsieur Menutor Joanuio, Capita!ue
do Frigate cornmandaut I'Aviso iu Hus
Bard; Monsier Charles Barrieren, Eli
sngnndo Vaissaan; Monsieurs Balier,
Uuyot and Fontaine.
IN3URC3ENT LEADER KILLED.
Rumor Says That Gomez was Cap
lured and Other Leaders Killed,
liv Southern Assnotutn.l Praia.
?TACKsoNvir.i.R, Fla., May 22.?Cable?
gram from Key West to the Times
I'nioii says: I'm ho no era by the steam?
ship Mascotte to-night from Havana,
confirm the report of Marti's death.
They state that tho battle occurred
on tho 20th lictwceti Heja and Dosrios.
Tho insiirgoiits numberod Tilt) aud were
cotumuuded by Gome/., Mnrti, Massoj
and Borrero, They wrro defeated by
Col, Saudoval nfter n hostly contested I
fight, hist lug ouo hour und n hnlf, re?
sulting iu tho killing of Marti, who e
body has been identified.
'1 ho insurgents nmlo a bravo effort
to leenver the body but were driven off I
by the troops. All of Marti's private
correspondence was found on his body,
Besidos the killing of Marti several
other leaders are reported killed whose
names are unknown. It is rumored
(Joule/, was captured but the report
"Newest Discovery" -Ext, teeth no
pain. N. V. IV Rooms. 102 Main,
S3?v^ -35 < ? 'S? 'S? 1$ ^ 9 ^ 1Z
I EYES EX?MIHED FREE i
9 e-c-l7QRAM8Y STREET-s ,J *
? GLASSES ACCURATELY ADJUSTED, j,
BsW "i -"V ^ -*V -V -H' -*T ?* "?> ^?vai
Tbo tr.nnp life iu^iuaiifo t.?etu-i who trios
lo make you believe that any other regular
bf* inbiirHin'? company pays as large ? 11 vi -
ilomls or surplus MS tliu Northwestern
Mutual, is guilty of deception by using in S
loading RATIOS, which no honest matt
would employ or exhibit, a- they sre rtiudu
up 13 create a raise impression.
D. Humphreys & Son,
QKN'L AGENTS N?UtUWESTERN
FOR SALE CHEAP.
MAYER & CO.,
Railroad, Steamboat and
4 and G West Market Square,
The Mississippi Authorities Paying
But Little Attention to It.
The Owners of Vessels Considered
ths Order Irksome and Ay p .-aled to
Washington. Dr. Wyman Say3
That the Proper Facil?
ities Are Lacking.
I.v Boatharn Ae-<ouistod l'ross.
Washington, May 22.?The State
anlhoritiea of Mississippi are payitg
but littio attention In thu order of the
'J rousury Department regarding the
proper quarantining of voa-tis arriviug
from yellow fever I It footed ports. A
lew days ngo thn schooners I .leaner
aud LI. A. tiubkili arrived tit iScrunton,
Bliss., Irom Cuhau ports.
The Teasels bad been dutaiuod for
live days at the quaruutiuo etattou, hut
thu Marino Hospital Oilluer at Scruu
ton did not nouuidor that tbo ships bad
complied with the recent regulation
issued by tbo Treasury and recom?
mended that they bo sent back to the
Utilled States quarantine station at
Ship Isluud, Miss., thirty miles from
Thu owners considered tbo order irk?
some aud appealed to Washington.
Alter considering the mutter the Coi
leotor of Customs at Scrauton was di?
rected to permit tiio ves-iuls to enter,
provided that the Murine Hospital ofli
usra considered it advisable. They ro
commouded it and tho vessels will
It is stated Ibi.t the Stale Ouorantiue
officers receive tecs for their service,
honco they use all their endeavors to
induce vessels to ignoro tho United
States regulations. Dr. Wyman con?
tends that the State ollituals have not
the facilities for properly dictnfootiug
vessels from yellow fever districts, and
the only safe way to keep yellow fever
nut of the Southern States is tc strictly
enforce national quurnutme.
All over O c Store Thuro- f=.
day, Friday and Saturday.
Sec *'jid."on and Page ??r
of this S*npcr.
UM SRLE Of BLOODED HORSES.
TUESDAY, MAY 28.
' 20 HEAD FJIOJ1 THE ItOSEMONT STOCK
I'ARM Of JE3SIE TYSON, I'ropT.
This in great lo: of THOTTEB8, BAD*
DLEUS uud PAWS. Alto, one
Carload of Kentucky Horses!
o! the lincRt type. If ion want aTrottor do '
not Fail to attaud this sale, i.esi :ca m ?
ahovo we will tell
CJ0 Head of Low Price Horses
AI SO ONE OAHLOAD OF
iESIESEE MULES Of ALL KIHDS!
Ilemembor the "1st- and send for oata*
Iu tue, a? this will bu a this opportunity to
Any Kind of Horse you may Want
Norfolk Horse Exchange.
THE MCGLEARY-MlRlflH LIVE STOCK CO.
BurrusSj Son & Co.,
Commercial and other bininesa papor dli
l.eau-i noRotiatnil on favorable termr.
i tty ilouila au I other securities nought
Jlupoa.ts received anil account* invited.
!? te <?-! alloiiod on t ran deposit-).
Bufo Deposit loxos fur rout. Charges
Draw It Iis of l-'.scliango ?ntt maUo cabld
tr.m-for-i to Europe.
Letters or cre.tit issued to priuoipal cities
or the world. ocitf
SPECIAL BARG?Tn F0RTH1S WEEK