Newspaper Page Text
VOL. L?NO. 5. _NORFOLK, VA., SATURDAY, MAY 2,\ 1895 ~ ^IcF^C^^
"1 Will Pull His Nose," Said Cham?
pion James Corbett.
The Proposed Match Takes a New
Turn. Joe Vendig Wants to Know
What He Must Do. Fitzsim
mons' Money is Not Up.
The Champion Angry.
By Southern Associated Pross.
New Yohk, ftliiy '24.?Tbo Oorbett
Fitzsimmons match took u new turn
In-day. Joe Vendig, the representa?
tive of the Florida Atblotiu Club, askud
tioth principals to meet him iu nu up?
town resort at "2 o'clock this afteruoou.
Corbett wao on baud at the time ineu
tioned. He waited lorty fivo minutes,
?jut neither Fitzsimtuons nor his repre
aentativo put in appearauco.
Vendig'? object in culling tho men
together was to explain tho position of
tbo olub. lie alleged that tho articles
of agreement did not specify wbero the
fight should take place. He had put
op money that he could bring the fight
?0? and ho intended to name the pluoe
according to articles ou July 1.
Fit'/BitnmoUB wanted to claim a for?
feit from tho club. He decliued to pay
tt until it was retlled boyoud a douiit
that be could not bring the tight oil.
The final stakeholder. T. J, Dwjer,
iiad uotilied him that FitKEinimous'
deposit of 35,000 to guarontou his ap
jjt>arni.cu in I he ring, was nut up. lie
wanted to ask Fu/.simnious why ho did
not live up to tho articles of agreement?
?'Now, gentleiaeu," said Vendig, "I
trnnt to know whether 1 am to doclaru
tbia match off, or what I am to do,"
"No, by no moans, no," retortod
Corbett hotly. "When 1 bnd theatri?
cal engagements FitZMnimuns was liot
?nd heavy after mo uud declared to
every one tuet 1 was nfraid of him.
Row I am free, ready to train aud
? oxiona to tight him. He will not put
in an appearanoe,
"i don't want tbo mutch off. 1 want
It decided in this country if possible.
3 believe it can be brought oil' at Dal?
las, Tex. If the match is declurud off
lie mnat bs tbo man to do it.
"Now listen," continued Cmbett,
drawing himself up to his full height.
Uhero was a glitter in bia oyes that told
the crowd that bia dandy was up aud
they expected to heur something drop,
"i'liev did. This is what Corhett said:
"Fitzaiuimous has been making all
aorts of bluffs. Now I want to make a
crack. He .said that when ho met mo
l;e wonld sIrp my face and pull my
nose. 1 met him and he denied it. He
did not make it good.
''Now listen to what I say, If this
match is declared off I will go after
Fitzsimmous and I will pull bis nose,
by-, if 1 get ohot for it. That's
all. I'm done. He did not mako it
good, but I will."
So saying. Corbett turned on his
beel aud stalked out of the door, fol?
lowed by Brady and his friends. The
others tiled out elowly, puuderiug over
the exciting scene that would take
jitace when Corbett treated Fit/situ
tnous like Taffy did Svongali, Corbett
?ays ho will give Fit2simiuons until
to-morrow to livo up to the articles.
TWO THOUSAND MINERS MOVE
They Will March to the New York and
By Southern Associate t l'rou.
P1TT8B?RG, Fa.,May 24,?Tho failure
of the miners' officials to stop tho
works of the New York and Cleveland
Cias Coal Company lust night has re?
sulted in plans for another effort,
?hliuersfrom tho Youghiogbeny district
and from the Pan Handle und other
districts are to gather ut str.ted points
and march until they tueet id one body.
Then the force which is expected to
number not le.vo than '2,U0(> men, will
Le headed for New York and Cleveland
mines. This force, it is expected, will
lie so large that sutfioieut deputies can?
not be obtained to checkmate the
movement. The miner! forces, accord?
ing to a recent circular, will lie under
conservative leaders aud the miners arc
Warned agaiu?t disorder.
Just when this movo will bo niado is
yet a well kept secret. It is known
that a mass meeting of river miners is
scheduled at West Newton for to-mor?
row, and it is surmised Ihut this is part
of the scheme preparatory to the mnreh
?n the Now York und Cleveland works.
"1'be oiiteomu of the movement oannol
1 lie Itoiilt of a I'rlnt.
CANNKf/roN, Ind.?"I hove used
BimtnoiiB Liver Regulator, manufac?
tured by J. H. Zolin & Co., Philadel?
phia, and found that for Indigestion
and Liver Complaint it is the beBt
medicine 1 ever used."?E, H. Clnrk.
Tour druggist sellb it iu powder or
liquid; tho powder to bo tukcu dry, or
made into a ten.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Twenty-ilvo oar loads best Timothy
ITay. J. H. Cofer, 153 Water street.
Phone No. 4,_inyHMui.
2n\v Veiiiiiiiiiufr ? orsele.
OutiDg ilanuel skirts l;)c; fast black
boso for men, women uud children's
weor, lUc, 121,0. lfj0 a pair; last color
lawns 4o yard; liest gingham cheeks Go,
and many other bargains ; his week at
Levy Bioe,, 174. Mom streets
News Notes of Interest From the
Speoial Uispntob to tho Virginian.
Newport News, Va., May 24.?
It was daybreak this morning before
tbe vote was counted in Newport Newa.
Tbe entire Democratic ticket was
elected with the exception of \V P Hal
lard, Commissioner of Revenue, who is
defeated by 47 votOB by Mugrmler
,7ones, Republican. J K M Newton,
Democrat, defeated A O Oarrett, Dem?
ocrat, 317 for Conimonweath's Attor?
ney. E \V Milstuad, Demoorat, oou
tiuoes Sheriff, defeating E Clayton and
T H Gordon, Repnblioaus. by about 25
plurality. Goo li West, Democrat,
defeatod Fred Road, Republican, aud
dames Hughes, Democrat, for Sapor
visor, 8S votes'. R S Shield is olected
Constable, oud J D G Brown. W E
Barrott und .J B Ford, Democrats, are
Mrs. Rrock, of Richmond, has re?
turned borne, after a short visit to Airs.
Miss Leila Michau bas returned
from Suiithfield, where Bhe was the
guest of friends.
Misses Jossio and Nora Parkor, of
SrntthTiold, und Miss Miuuie Morris, of
Humpiou, aro visiting Mrs. H. C.
Mrs. J. \V. Cottrell, who bas beeu
the guest of her son, Mr. \V. E. Cot
troll, left for West Point to-day.
Rev, Mr. Williamson, of Atlanta,
rt ho has boeo holdiug u series of meet?
ings ut tho Christinti Church, ruturued
to Atlanta yesterday. The meetiugs
wero largely attended.
Now kork True Is .uurlivt.
By ?outhorii Associate 1 Proas.
New York, May 24.?Strawberries
Norlolk, poor to prime, quart,
?laTc; do Nurtb Curoliuu, choice, 8c;
otliors, 4a7c; nlurylaud, poor to choice,
GulOo. Euatern Shore Virginia, 5a8e,
Asparagus, extra, dozen bnuehes,
Sl.7Ga2.0U; do others, Sl.oOal.GO.
Beets, Florida, crate, 75ea$1.50; do
CLorlestou, 100 buuehee, 82.00a4.00.
Cucumbers, Florida, orate, 7Gca81;
do basket. $ln$)..25.
Uahhagus, Charleston, barrel, crate.
Sl.?Oa'J.OO; do North Carolina, do,$1.25
al.T."); do Norfolk, do, S1.00a$l.G0. .
Peas, North Curoliuu, hah Inure!
bsvakat. 75caSl; do du, bushel basket,.".;)
a75c; do Norfolk, half barrel, basket,
7fic>3l.20; do Virginia, largo box, 7?ea
51; do Cdenton, half barrel, 7GoaS125.
Potatoes, Florida, fair to prime, bar
rel, $3.75a4..r)0; do barrel orats, S-L?Da
4.50: do Savannah, prime, barrel, S4af>;
do Charleston, do,$U,G0a4(50; do South
ern seconds, barrel, S-Iaii.
String boons, Charleston, wax, bas
hot, Slal.GO; green Klal.GO; Georgia,
wax, crate, 75ca$l; greeu, 7GcaSl.
Squash, Florida, marrow, barrel
Tomatoes, Florida, fancy ripe car?
rier, SGaG.GO; green, 82.G0a3.50."
I'Stlnsor ?V t'roKl'n QllKlfiwIoitS,
Hpociul Dispatch to tho Virginian.
Nrw York, May 24. ? Berries, i.caSo;
cabbage, $l,26s$1.50; peas, 81.25 per
basket. P.vi.meh & FuosT.
Rena? tsssrttoii unit Mnissiiitsis I-. I acted
By Southern Associated Press.
Houston, Tex,, May 24.? The Con
federate veterans re union is over aud
the delegates who have been hero lour
days are beginning to leave. The Texas
division had the sndit?>rium for the
first hour this mortnug and elected
Gun. LI. H. boons to succeed Gen.
Kos? as ulujoi-Gouoral of the State
divisions, und elected Dallas as tho
pluee for tho uoxt State reunion.
The State meeting adjourned and
tho United Confederate Veterans were
culled to order by Gen. John B, Gor?
don. Tho nomination of a commauder
was then taken up. Maj, G. N. Stnhba
named Gen, Gordon for re election.
Gen, Stephen D. Ere moved his re?
election by acclamation, which was
done amid great eheeriug.
Cien. YVado Humpton was elected
commander of the department of tho
army of Northern Virginia.
ANOTHER INCREASE IN WAGES,
Great Rejoicing Among the Employees
ot the Ohio Steel Co.
By Southern Asiooiatjd Tress.
CbBVRT.ano, Ohio, May 24,?A special
to '.ho Press from Youugstown, Ohio,
says:?To-day tho management of the
large Ohio i-steel Company's plant ad?
vanced the wages of all employes, over
one thousand in number, ten per cent,
This action was voluntary on the part
of the company. With the laborers
the advance dates back to May 13 last,
oud with skilled workmou it will begin
on Juno 1. The news was received
with much rejoicing. Tho company
states thnt in the near future, if busi?
ness keeps increasing and prosperity
returns, another increaso will bo
Charged with Killing ilia I'WO Step
Huntington, W. Va., May 25.?Tbe
preliminary examination of Charles
Ringo i color ml i, charged with the
murder of his two stepchildren, one of
whose desd bodies has been found, was
bold in the county jail thin afternoon,
The authorities thought it proper to
not bring him out on account of throats
of lynching. Ritigo pleaded not guilty
and wai re committed, ball being re
Matters of Interest Transpiring in
and Around Richmond.
Great Rejoicing Over the Decision of
the Houston Reunion. The Elec?
tion Returns Very Meagre.
The Virginia Drummers'
Bpooial Disputen to Tho Yirgininn
Richmond, \a,. May 24.?There ia
great joy here to-day over the fact that
Kichinoud has been Bcloctod nu tho
plaoe for the next reunion ot tho Con
i'ederato Veteraus. It to quito curtain
that Richmond's victory is duo in a
largo manner to the preseuoe of Minn
Winnie Davis at Houston. Sho was
there as tho guost of Lou Camp of this
city, aud that bciug the case, ohc nutu
rally did what she could to help Hioh
nioud will. It is predicted here to-day
that tho reunion next May will he tho
assembling of a greater uutuber 01 Con?
federate Veterans tnou were hero wheu
tho Lea mouumuiit was unveiled.
There will, of course, bo a monster
parade tho day the corner Btoue of the
Davis monuuieut is iuid.
Up to this writing vory meagre re?
turns from the elections held yesterday
havo been received here. The Demo?
crats have carried about everything iu
llenrico and Chesterfield. In most
counties party lines: were not drawn,
und the elections meant very littlo to
the State generally. Tho Democrats
are very well satisfied with ihe results
so far ns reported. It is evident that
they have not lost ground.
Tho Virginia drummers who are go?
ing to the Natiouul Travelers' ''rotec
live Association cooveution nt Sau
Antonio, Tox., will leavo Richmond iu
a special car over tho Chesapeake and
Ohio railway next Thursday. They
will go via St. Louis and will piok up
delegates all along tho route.
Tho chief topic in baseball oiroles
here is the personal encounter botweeu
Manager Wells aud Loft Fluider Kam
iu a hotel at Portsmouth Wednesday
night. Those of tho Kichmoud petrous
of baseball approve of what Wells has
douo aud hope he will not allow Kaiu
to play any moro this season on the
A fow nights ago a thief entered the
residence of Mr. Haddou S. WalkiuK,
the weli known Biuger, aud stole his
dress suit, his Sunday suit, two pairs of
line pants and a splendid overcoat. All
of the articles have been found in pawn
phops in the city, but tho thief has not
Tho twentieth anniversary of Dr.
Hatctier'n pastorate of the (irace Street
Baptist Church will bo celebrated with
appropriato religious exercises on Sun?
W. Allen Hay nee, couvicted of smug?
gling nt Newport News, was to-day sen?
tenced by Judge Hughes to poy a line
Abbreviated Telegrams of Newsy
PiuijAdf.ljiii.i, '24.?The Thomas
Irou Company, with largo furnaces ut
AlburtiS, Leblgb county, has advanc?
ed the price of pig iron DO cenis per
ton. This uoiiou on tho part of tho
company is likely to be followed by
other manufactuaers of pig iron, aod
uu advauco iu the prices of manufac?
tured irou is lookod for.
Lkxinoton, Vs., 24,?The entire
slraightout Democratic ticket of this
county t Kockbridge) was eleoted over
tho Hepubhoau and Independent tickets
yesterday. To-day tho Hepublican
managers concede the electiou of the
Democrats by tho majority of 500 to
London, 24.?Neither Banquet nor
Montank ran to-day in tho Chesterfield I
handicap plate at Doucas.uud tho Salis?
bury philo at Salisbury, in which raceo
thoy were entered.
NiiwYoitK, '24.?The Board of Po?
lice Commisiiouors have determined
that Chief Byrnes and Inspector Wil?
liams must go. This will coustitnto
the first steps to tho reorganization of
tho forco. Both hove been members |
of the forco over twonty-Hve years, and
ate eutitled to retirement and a life
New Yohk, 24.?The Tolice Com?
missioners, in exeontivo session at 2
ulook this afternoon, retired Inspec?
tor Alexouder Williams, on Ins own
application, on a pension ul $1,750 a I
Chicago, 24.?Frederiok W. (Jriilin. .
tho defaulting assistant cashier of tho
Western National Bank, pleaded goilly
in court this morning aud was sen?
tenced to five years' imprisonment.
London, 24.? Tho Right Hon. Chae.
D. Ritchie, Conservative, was elected
yesterday to tho parliamentary seat for
Croydon, made vsoant by the suoces
Bion of the former occupant, Hou. Sid?
ney Herbert, conservative, to the rank
aud liilo of Earl of Pembroke ami
LouisvrM.is, Ky., 21.?After examin?
ing several witnesses to-day, the grand
jury reported at noon refusing to in
diet Fulton Cordon for killing m? ?|lu
and Arouio Baowo. tho sou of the Gov.
Brown. Ho was discharged from cus?
PaBIS, '24.?Signor Giolitti, ex-Pte
i micr and ex-Minister of the Interior of.
1 inly, luiB . written a Utter to tbe
Figaro, iu which bo asserts that Pre?
mier Crispi's iudobieduess to tho State
Bauk of Rorno is 1,250,000 lire.
New Yokk, 24.? A apeoial oablo die
Catoh to the Herald from St. Petera
"in addition to tho approaching sot
tlement of tho question raspootiog the
leaving of the Liao Tnng Poniusula, the
Hiissian Government ts now engaged in
completing negotiations directed to?
ward tbe further girnrauteoing of Rus
bin.ii interests iu the (ur East."
London, 24.?The Cjusen'e birthday
was colebrnted to day in the usual mau
nur. Tho anniversary veil) bo oelebrat
ed officially to-morrow when tho min?
isters will givo their customary din?
ners. Tho I'riuoe of Wales will atteud
the dinner giveu by Lord Roaeberry.
Ralkigh, N. 0., 21.? Tho Board
of Aldermou of this city to?
night oustod two Republican members
of the Board booaiisu they had not
complied with tho law requiring them
to return un itemized statement of
thoir campaign expenses within tou
dayB after tho oleotioti.
Richmond. Vs., 21,?The returns
from tho election on Thursday, for
county and town oillcers, bhow in the
aggregato Demnoratio gaiun and in?
creasing satisfaction with tho Walton
election law. Princess Anne aud Bock
bridge counties goes Democratic,
liiUMtNiiil.vM, Ala,, 24. ? Down a slopo
to destruction rou a string of trams at
Slope No, 4. of Pratt Miuos, this morn
iDg, Win. Fields, a negro driver; Keel
Brady aud t .mi mules were on the truck
iu front of the earn. The mnles aud
tho neuro driver wore hurled to doath,
while llrady was probably fatally in?
Madrid, 24,?Tue Spanish Govoru
ruout has dooided to build at ( adiz. a
gunboat for portuahent service iu
Cuban waters. Tho torpedo bonts
Martin Alou/.o and 1'ilipiuas will sail
for Cuba to-morrow.
New Yokk, 24.?Commander Bal
lington Hool?, who is in couunaud of
the Salvaliou Army forces iu the
United States, ?od his wife, Maude
Elizabeth Bootii, Were made this morn?
ing full fledged American citizens,
Judgo Kennedy administered the oath
to them in tbe County Olork'e oilioe.
London, 24.?Oscar Wilde was cross
examined by Sit Frank Lock wood, who
questioned him in regard to bis letter
to Lord Alfred Douglas, in which ho
"1 kuow that Jlyacinthns, who was
loved by Apollo, was you in tbe Greek
Wilde said he did not refer to love
between meu. but to an old poetic
iden, not to a sensual, iguoble love,
Washington', 24.?Chief of tho
Secret Ssrvice, Wm, P, Ha/.ou, ro
turned this evening from Canada,
bringing with him 35,000 captured 2
cent postage stamps taken irum the
counterfeiters arrcstud there.
Atlanta. Ga., 24.?Gov. Atkinson
has refused to order troops to the Na?
tional Cemetery, at Auderaouville, on
Decoration Day, as requested by tho
citizens, They fear u riot from the
KNoxvn.i.K.Tenn., 24.?Throe young
men in Lee county, Va., uutued Joe
Horton, Ed Gallagher aud Sam Jones,
Kent behind a counter iu a store whero
some moonshine whiskey was eeurcted
for their special-use, this morning, aud
drauk liberally ol the stuf!. Somo one
had placed poisou in the whiskey and
only one of the three, Gallagher, sur?
Richmond, Va., 24. ?The 6tables of
Warner, Moore & Co., proprietors of
the Sliockoo A Duulop Mills, were
destroyed by lire to night, and twenty
horson aud mules were burned to death.
Loss about $3,000, Tbe lire was acci?
Jacksonville, Fla,, 24.?Tho tor?
pedo bout dishing arrived hero to?
night, having made the trip from Nor
i oik by tbe inland route without any
trouble at any point. From Feruan
diua the ves.-ul came through Nassau
sound and tbe Sisters creek to tho St.
John's river. She will coal here and
A PROBABLE LYNCHING "BEE."
Two Young Ladies Assaulted. The
Ruffiians in Jail.
Bv Southern Associated Press.
Danville, Ky., May 24.? V lynoh
ing is tulkcd of as a result of un attack
upon two young ladies in this oity
Wednesday night. Shortly before 8
o'clock, as Misses Laura liar nett aud
Lillian Draper were walking across the
Yermillinu river bridge, within two
blocks ol the heart of the city, thoy
were attacked by John Ball, Jr., and
Miss Draper made bet esoape, but
Miss Burnett was knocked down aud
carried by the rnflius into a neighbor?
ing Held. Jobu Downs, who attempted
to go to the assistance of the two young
women, was bsdly beatou by tbe two
tuen. Miss iiaruett was not fouud until
after 10 o'clock, She was unconscious
nnd badly bruised. Ball and Hace wore
arrested yualerday and bound over to
the grand jury. There is much excite?
ment and the jail is heavily guarded.
Messrs. Iiurace S. Peod and James
M, Jordan have formed a co-partner?
ship under tbe firm name of F. M.
Peed .V Son, to conduct tho sbtpohand
lery und ship snpply business at Water
stiect and P.oanoke avenue.
October 1st, 1895, ?e3QlaaitB, tf
And Enjoy Themselves at a Banquet
They are Surrounded by American
Flags and Democratic Statesmen.
President Cleveland Sends a
Letter of Reget. Others
I)y Soulhorn AssociutoJ Preis
New Youk, May 24. -Two hundred
nnd twouty-sovou editors and their
friends were present ut tho banquet of
tho Deiuoeratio Editorial Asiociatiuu of
the Slato of New York, held at Del
uionico's to-night. American tlagn
were droped around tho Stato coot of
artnn behind President Stepbeu H.
l'arkorj Senator David 13. It ill occu?
pied the neat of honor ou the right of
The dinner bogau at (3:30 p, rn. and
it wbh 10 p. m. bofore tho speaking
commenced. Provioua to tho speaking
letters expressing regret at iuability to
he present from President Clovolaud,
Postmaster (ieueral Wilson, Souretory
oi War Lament aud many others, were
Tho Hon W L Brown actod as toast
ma6tor. Tho following wero tho toasts:
"Democracy," lion David 13 Hill;
"Mound Money," Hon .lamesH Eckels;
"Party Principles," Hou Charles 8
Fnirchilds; "Tho Democracy of tho
Sloto of Now York," Hou Uosowoll 1'
Flower; "Tho City of New York," lion
Ashbcl P Fitcli; "Tho Legislative
Minority of 1805, Hon Jacob A Cau
ter; "The Press," Alhort U Kussinger,
When Mr. Brown introduced Sena
tor Hill groat applause followed.
Senator Hill, in response to tho
toast "Democracy," said, among other
"It seems almost inappropriate that
I should be asked to eluoidate the
principles of Democracy in the pros
euce of a Company of lournalistu whose
lifo work has been devoted to their ox j
"Whatever I know concerning my
subject 1 frottly acknowledge that .1
have learuod at your feet. The lessons
winch you have taught for so many i
years have ooustitntod tho bulwark of
my faith add illamiuod my whole polil
i lio Koiithern l'rokbv?erlstti Asmeuiblr
Lv Southoru Assooints.l Praia.
Dallas, Tex., May 24. ?When the
Asserublv opened this moauing He v.
Taumel Young, of Atlanlu, moved that
all speeches oxcopt those of the che.ir
iiiuu of committees be limited to five
niiDiites. This was carried by a vote
of Cl to f>2.
Dr. LcFcvoro then submitted a re?
port on the fraternal letter of tho
Northern Assembly. Kov. O. H. Hyde
then submitted n report on the Young
I '? nine's Societies.
The recommoudation of the report
of the Committee of Education wero
taken up seriatim and adopted, without
oppositiou, down to that referring to
tho m ?croinry. He v. W. F.. Mcllwuiuo
is the committee's candidate.
Dr. Agnus McDonald gave notice
thut bo would prosent tho name of Dr.
Suptou, and Kev. Mr. Hyde said be
would press the re-election of Dr. F.
M. Hichardson. tho present socrotary.
Hev. E. M. Hichardson was re-elected
secretary on the final vote, Dr. [.un?
ion's name having been withdrawn,
Tho vote stood 72 to 01 between
I ltlohardson and Mcllwriuo.
llev. J. B, Flojd has returned from
a visit to Eaatviilc, Northampton coun?
Miss Monde Simpson, who has been
attending school at Stauntou, has re?
Mrs. Copt. W. H. Kirby, who has
been ill so long, was on the streets yes
terdny for a drive.
There was a game of boll iu South
Norfolk yesterday afternoon between
the B. M. J's, and the Fenobnroh
street boys, which resulted in a gams
of 10 to 10. Batteries B. M, J's?Kir
by, Hudd aud Hannah, Fenohurok
streot boys?Hanuan aud Scott.
A Northern syndicate has purchased
six acres of land in the Poiudexter
tract aud will erect a factory to mako
artiliaial stone for paving purposes.
Mr. J. N. Easou bad five colored
men tent on to the grand jury yester
day, lor assault and battery on one of
his employes on his farm near Hickory
Mr. Ethan Parker, who was hurt
while coupling cars Thursday night on
the Norfolk and Southern ltailrosd, is
doing as well as could be expeoted.
A nnmbor of Berkley people went
over to Portsmouth yesterday to at?
tend the Memorial oxeroises,
The teaoLors of South Norfolk Publio
School gave their pupils a picnic at
I.e-.-tier's Park yesterday. Misses Annie
Common nn<l Lucy Sco?r had charge of
them. They returned anoint 6 o'clock
in tbia afternoon well pleased with their
Stylish Buggy, nearly new, ?ery lit?
tle used. 275. Water street,'
'?Newest Discovery"?Ext, tsetb. no
paiu. N. X. l)i Rooms, 162 ldria,
! orrrun lor 'J'u.ilnv.
YVashinoiox. 0. C, May 2S, 189*.
Vor Vlrgluli: lUIn: onsterly ?rlndn.
I or NuriU CuiuIIua: lljlu: eaiterly
W Imrti 't'lit-v 1'iMV lii'Dnr.
l'ct m tbuig at l'oi tumouth
Norfolk, ut lllchmoDi).
J.YUotruai'K at Itoanukc.
Mlttldliic of Iii? 4'lnb*.
Won Jo: Per ('put.
itiohmonl. 21 6 .Mt>8
Lyucliburg'. 19 8 .703
Portsmouth. is n .517
.Norfolk. IU 19 .MB
Petorsunrg. 'J 1? .3)3
Uonnolia. 9 18 .888
'I he t.i:i i<- In it t, li m.ciil.
liy tiotitliarn Assooiatod Pratis.
Richmond, Vo,, May 24.?It was
dreary ball ploying bcro at West I'.ml
Park to-day: M'bu NorfolkoDiuus
mulled ballH, dropped Jiios.rnado orrors
and generally playud awfully, while
Biehroond did vory littlo bolter.
The only redeeming feature wan
Ttmnuhill'H beautiful Holding. Sooro:
it ii ro k it li ro i:
(oron, ??... 0 l ii i liroTi". r. a 0 :i o
<I'lln-au,:u. i u 0 OlTanatbill.rr... a 2 U o
..liin.iwrr.rl.. 0 1 0 I1Iom-.-i.uiu. 2b i " -i -
l.niliuer. II-... 0 (i 13 IiUVqU, ul>
i.-tif.-.'b... a 1
lltujier, <i. n 2 -j i
YY.ek-, It.. ii n o i
ticler. c. 0 u h i
Konter, If. l :: o 1
McQnsru, 3b... l <> i 2
lien. ..-,. a i :i o
ill., i*. 12 4 1
Cliorr,j>,. I i a o
total.13 10 21 ii
acoatt it v IKKIKO*.
Norfolk.I 0 0 0 0 0 1 2?4
Itlcbuiond .ii 7 10 1 a 0 1?13
Summary: La mod Huus?Uiohmouil,
2. Two llano Hit?Ulhftou. First Huho
ou Errors?Hiobtnoud, II; Norfolk, 8,
Bnso ou Balls?Oil* Kuorr, 7; off Herr,
7. Left ou Buses?Richmond, 0; Nor?
folk, II. Struck Out?By Kuorr, 3;
by Herr, 6, Double I'lay ? MoOreery
aud Lotimor. Stuleu Bases?Richmond
7, Norfolk, 1. Wild l'itohes?Herr, 2.
Bassed Balls?Goior. 3. Time of Gamo
?One hour and forty minutes. Um?
THE TABLES TURNED.
And the "Magicians" Make "Mon?
keys" of tho "Tobacconists."
lir Southern Associate l I'rass.
Roanokk, Yo., May 24,?Jimmy
Rrcoue* braves took revenge on their
Lyucbburg enemies to-day iu the most
vigorous style, They batted Oray for
eight hits and twelve runs iu tho first
inning and for three innings they wont
out iu short ordor to make live inuiugs
before tho threatened rain could tuko
away their victory.
But for this the number of runs
might have been much larger. The
visitors played a ragged gamo in the
field, while the work of the home tooru
was almost perfoct. Soore:
It U K
RoanoNa.12 0 0 noooo 5?l / is i
Lyucbburg.ooooooaoo? ? ti i
Batteries: Lloyd and Yiox; Gra;.
NtMlottni i.cuKiio fiatnes.
At Cleveland ?
? H .
Clsvelaml .3 5 0 0 0 2 3 1 x?11 17 II
Now Yeti.J 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 3-11 11 o
Batteries: Sullivan, Wallace and
O'Connor; Bob well, German and Wil
At Pittaburg ?
n n e I
l'ittshai'K? 00001021000 1? 6 10 1
LoHturi...,l 00210000000 0? 4 0 1
Batteries: Hart and Sugden; Stiv
etts and Ryan,
It H e|
Cincinnati..0 040 3 0006 0?13 13
fhiladelptaia.-..! 0 C l o 6 o o o l?14 17 li
Batteries? Parrott and Vaughn; Mo
Gill and Baokley.
At St, Louis
It H e
St. Lr.nis.0 000008.0 1? 4 11 1)
\Viebiiii;ton.0 4001030 0? 8 10 3
Batteries?Staley, Miller and Peitz;
Maul and MoGuire._
THE AN TI-POLYGAMY LAW.
Its Practical Application to Washing?
ton City Creates a Stir.
Ilv Southern Associated Press.
Washington, May 24.?A practical!
application to Washington oity of the |
Edmund's anti-polygamy law (origi?
nally designed by its framers to apply I
only to Utah) has resulted in numer?
ous arroRts of oolored people here for ]
its violation. Most of these persons
were simply carrying on those method* I
whiob originated in the slave-holding |
period when legally celebrated and re
corded marriages between negroes were I
almost unknown. A recently organized I
orusade against persons living in this |
legally unrecognized condition has re?
sulted in a great increase in the de?
mand for marriage licenses, tho highest
record in any one day beiug 139.
Uayl H.iv: flavt
Twenty cars of oinioe Timithy and|
mixed bay ou track. ' Must bo eold. D,
P. Reid ft Bro._
Have yon bean to Goldman & Hof
heimcr'e, 100 Mam street?
\At .ilii. P. Kies,
04 O^Vtroh street, ladles will!
find the most complstc uasoiJiasnt of I
Alt over tl e Store Th?rs)- \
deyt Friday and Saturday. ?
? See "id."on and Page
~\_ of this Paper. _=r
^= TU E M l_? Q._ ~f
LATEST AND NOBBIEST
SPRING AND STRAW
L. JOCK OLIVER & GO..
Nobby Line of Caps.
_Jit MAIN STREBT.
15mt 0? BLOW HORStS.
TUESDAY, MAY 28.
20 HF.AI) FROM THE llOSBMONT STOCK
FARM OF JES8IE TYSON, Prop r.
Tliis is n Krrni lot of THOTfEES, SAD
DI.EES nml PAIRS. Also, ono
Carload of Kentucky Horses I
of til" finest type. If von went a Trotter de
not fail to attsnd this salo. iieslilss the
abov? wo will tell
50 Head of Low Price Horses
AI SO ONI' OAitLOAU OF
TENNESSEE MULES OF AIL KINDS!
Remotuber the data aud send for oata
Iodise, as this will be a line, opportunity,to
Any Kind of Horse you may Want
?AT THE ?
Norfolk Horse Exchange?
W H^HRY-ICfil.FllllN I IWF ?Tn"K P\
^ ~ ~ 9 * 9 "9 ~ & ?
I *EYE5 EXAMINED FREE |
9 o^.|7GRANBY STREET?-0 &
g, GLASSES ACCURATE^ADMSTPD^L
burruss, Son & Co.,
Comnierciiil aud other business paper <Us?
Loam negotiated on favorable terms.
City ltouds and other seourlties bought
Deposits received anil accounts invited.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
SaTo Deposit J.'oxos for ront. Chargsg
Draw u'lls of Exchange and mako cable
traiufer.? to Europe.
Letters of credit issued to prinoipal cltiss
ol the world. oo27
The tramp life insurauae agents who tries
to inakii you believe that any otber regular
lift insurauoB company pays as large divi?
dends or surplus as the NortkwesUru
Mutual, Is RUilty of deception by using mis?
leading RATIOS, which no honest rnaa
would employ or exhibit, as they are made
up t d crsnto a falsa impression.
D. Humphreys & Son,
QESTi AGENTS NORTHWESTERN,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
MAYER & CO,
Railroad, Steamboat an<
Mill Supplies. r
4 and 6 West Market Square,
Twin Citsa> ?r w??
;it ? li. ill. for ltd,1
lev N7>,9>? LtabtsVM
313 MAIN BT1 ;j s*turo?y at ofcj
one vary handao i