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Walter Q. Gresliam's Funeral Ser?
vices to be in the White House.
The Only Man Except One Not of the
Regular Army Who Has Ever Be?
fore Been Honored by the Or?
dering Out of the United
By Sonttiern Associated Press.
Washington, May 28.?Walter Qnin
ton Gresbatn will receive a soldiers
burial. Except John A. Logan, uf
Illinois, uu othor man not ol ttio regn
lar army has ever before been honored
by the orderiog out of tho United
?States troops to attend hia funeral.
The preliminary servicee will tnko
iilnce in the East Hooin ot the White
Kiuse, which has wituessod some
tnemorablo obsequies, the last being
those of Prcsideut Harrison's wile,
but which has never before boon tho
?cono of fuueral services over a cabinet
Thero will fnrther bo this distinctive
feature in tomorrow's and ceremonies,
that the draperies and other accesso?
ries will be eutiroly military in oharao
fer. The Bag which Uon, Greshuru
loved so well, for which ho fought ao
bravely, and in whose defense ho was
ao grievously wounddd, will bo the
chief emblem of mourning round his
Uishop Hurst, of the M. E. Churoh,
will conduct tho services. He was n
warm personal friend of the dead .Sec?
retary, who himself wus brought up iu
the Methodi6t faith, his father and
mother belonging to that denomina
All tho Cabinet will be preeent except
fjeoretary Carlisle, who will join tho
fuueral oorlege en route to Chicago,
where it haa been finally determined
that the interment shall tako place,
?Secretary Hoke Smith, tho only other
absentee of the ^resident's oliicial lain-1
fly, returned this morniog.
Kir Julian Pannosiote, the British
Ambassador, as deun of tho diplomatic
Corps, this evening convene.i a meet,
lug of the members of the diplomatic
corps at bis embassy and the}', ufter
adopting snitalilo resolutions of syni
iiutby on tho occasion of the grievous
Iobh which the governmeutof the Cnitod
fitstes has sustained, determined to at?
tend thu funeral services in a body.
Hitnilar action was also had by the
Justices of the Supreme Court,
Secretary Laruont had reached the
botol from tho While House just prior
to the arrival ot the President. Ho and
Hire, Lamout had been constantly iu
attendance on Mrs. Grushuui and had
do no much by their practical sympathy
And active assistance to relieve her sor?
row. They romaiucd at the Arlington
foug after Mr. Gresham had passed
?way and wore there again at 9 o'olouk
this morning. Secretary Eamont as
cumed a large part of the work neces
enry to perfect arrangements for the
funeral and made severs] of tho sug?
gestions which wore subsequently
adopted. During tho morning tunny
distinguished persons called at the
Arlington aod left their cards. Chief
i uatioo Fuller was one of ttio first to
?ppear. Tho Attorney General was just
bet?re the President.
After a stay of three quarters of an
Lour the President and Mis. Cleveland
returned to the White LlouBo, Mr.
Cleveland had tendered and Mrs.
liresham had accepted the use of the
?paoious East lloom for tho fuueral
cervices, nnd tho details of the funeral
arrangements were -left to the Cabinot,
which assembled about noon in its
tegular meeting room.
All the members of the Cabinet wero
firesent with the exception of Mr, Car
isle. Acting Hecrotary TJhl represent
?d the State Department,
At the conclusion of the services at
?be Executivo Mansion, the funerul
rsoort, under command of Mnj.-Gen.
fhoruas If. Roger, United States
Army, will move ia the following
order from the Execulivo Mansion to
the Ualtimoro and Ohio depot:
Militury escort, clergy aud phy9ioians
who attended the deceased, pall-bear
crs and hearse, relatives of tho
deceased, places will bo reserved for;
Tho President and heads of depart?
ments; members of the Senate aud
bouse of Representatives; Justices of
the Supreme Court; the diplomatic
coips. Troops of the escort will assem?
ble at 9 o'clock a. m. in Pennsylvania
stvenue, iu front of the Exooutive Man?
Knute of tho procession will be
2'eiuisylvauia avenue to tho railroad
The military escort will consist of all
the regular troops iu and about Wash?
ington, uaiuuly: Five troops of the
fcixth Cavalry from Port Myor, Va?
tinder Col. Gordon; four batteries of
the Fourth aud otic of the Third Artil?
lery from Washington barracks, under
Col. R. W. Cloiseu, Fourth Artillery,
and the battalion of mariues from the
marine barracks aud tho navy yard,
under conimnud of Col. Hoyvtood, Tho
escort will bo under tho command of
Jdaj.-Oen. Roger, United States Army.
'the Presideut nnd tho members of
tho Cabinet will ueen m pun y tho re
Saarns to Chicago where the traiu will
arrive some time on Thursday after
auoo. The President and Cabinet will
consequently Dot be able to take part
iu any o( ibe Defloration Day oars
mouics iu Washington ou tbe 30tb
Tbe houorary pall-bearers will bo
Secretary Liauiout. Attorney Cxeuexal
Oluey, Secretary Smith, Postmaster
General Wilson, Secretary Herbert,
Seoretary Mortou, Autiug Seoretary
Ulil, representing the State Depart
meut, aud Acting .Secretary Hamlia
reprosuutiug Secretary Carlisle. . Mr.
Mr. Carlisle will join the funeral party
All theso will ucoouipany tbe remains
to Ohicago with tho possible exooption
of Mr. Hamliu. Tue decorations of
the East room fur tbe funeral services
there tomorrow are most elaborate.
To carry out the intention to make the
occasion purely military the Auiuricnu
ring id predominant iu tbe decorative
Wburevor the eye wanders tbo stars
aud HtripeH arc seeu. Eooh of the four
great saloon mirrors is half hidden by
a large ilsg aud every window is our*
tamed by hangings composed of tho
Natioual staudurd twenty feet long'.
Tuese form tbe background for an ef?
fective display of gruwing plaata and
Great spreading palms branob out
from every window und alcove aud are
snrronuded by potted oleauders aud
other greeuory. Whitu and gold
flower puts holding emulier palms aud
innumerable varieties of evergreen are
hanked on the mantels and beneath
theni, and cut (lowers are interspersed
here aud there, while wreaths ot suiilax
eutwiuo mirrors aud windows and
The etlectiveness of tbe arrangement
will he greatly enhanced by tbe glow
of eleotrio lights,reudered soft through
hemispheres of thick glass of a piukisb
"I lit) PreatUcMt laaiira ?? rrur.ianiavtion
Wasulnuton. May 28.?The Presi
dcut this afteruOou issued the follow
hy Hit; President Of the United State?'.
Walter Q. Gresbana, Secrotary of
State of tbe United Slatoo, is dead.
The President, iu making this dis?
tressing anbouticoineut to bis fellow
oguutrymnu, Bpeuks from the depths of
a personal ufliiotiou to rem ud tbeui
that they have lost a pure aud able
publio Burvaut, a wise, patriotic guar
diuu of all their rights uud interests, a
mauly aud loyal man uud a gcuerons
mid lovable Blau,
As a Buitable expression of national
bcreavemeut 1 direct that the Diplo?
matic lteivresentaves of tbe United
States iu nil foreign countries display
the tings over their embassies uud lega?
tions ut half mast for teu days; that for
a like period the ling of the Uuited
States be displayed at bolt roast at all
forts and military posts, aud at all
naval stations aud ou all vessels of tbe
J further order that on tbe day of
fnueral the Executive Departments iu
the City of Washington be closed aud
ou all publio buildings throughout the
United States thu National fing be dis?
played at half must.
[ Sigued) Q hover Cleveland,
By the President.
Edwin F. Uhl, AotiDg Ssoretary of
Doue at tho City of Washington this
28th doy of May, etc.
News Notes of Interest From tbe
Special Dispatob to the Virginian.
Newport'News, Va., May 28.?
The wrecking tug J. .T. Merritt, which
was driven ashore ou the Caroliuu coast
a few itoys ago, has been brought to
tho ship-yard and will be thoroughly
overhauled and repaired. The ongiucs
have been removed from the bnll and
are bciug reuovated iu tbe maubiue
Tho tramp steamer Great Northern,
which huB boeu slightly damaged, is
also at the yard.
The steamer Now Borough, which
has beeo. awaiting thedecisiou of own?
ers aud under writer.-, GH to the extent
of her repairs, 'wus docked on Monday
and work uominenoed ou her at onco.
Maj. Morris aud wife, of Fredericks
hnrg, who aro sojouruiug at the Hygeia
Hotel, were in tho city yesterday.
Mnj. Morris was oue of the oldest resi?
dents ot Newport News uutil he moved
to Predericksburg several months ago
at thu timo of bis marriago. lie was
welcomed here by bis many friends.
'Jho Junior Whist Club will meet
at Miss Louise Parker's Fridi.y oven
ir.g, lustead of Mise Ethel Clay's, es
was expected. Each young lady will
coutrihute, aud an elaborato simper
will bo served, this being the last
meeting of the Club.
Newport News is to have another
foundry. Ground is beiug broken aud
it will be local, d near the shipyard.
Tho company has secured a tivo years'
contract with the Newport News Ship?
building aud Dry Dock Company aud
the prospect for its success is assured.
Some of the wealthiest men of Newport
News and Hampton are interested in
ostablishiug this new enterprise.
? or sale,
Htylish Buggy, nearly new, very lit
tlo used. 27;"j Water street.
When so many people nre taking uu.l de?
riving benout from Hood's Sarsapar I a,
why dun t j ou tike it youiself ? It is higuiy
But It Was Done Solely Through
Unadulterated Good Luck.
Tho "Farmers" Play Better Ball, Both
in the Field and With the Stick,
But Colliflower's Home Run
is What Did the Business.
tvticre iin, ciub ii'iar To-tiar,
I.ynoliuurR at Portsmouth.
Norfolk, ut I'etniKburg.
Bivhmond. at Itoaimke.
Mnuilliis ?I (tio < lulu;.
Vi on 1.0 t Por Cent.
Ilicluunn 1. 12 li .7?G
fiyqeliburg*. Sj 'j .OtH
Portsmouth. 10 1? .010
Norfolk. 11 20 .HM
Petersburg. 11) 19 .310
Knuuuko. 10 l'J .346
'i lio ??< lami," 1 brnsb (ho "?'ar?nora.'? i
By Southern Associated Press
Pbtrbsbobo, Va., May 28.?Sulli?
van's error in the ninth gavo Norfolk
to-day's game. Petersburg played an
uphill game. With six .runs against
them iu ihu fifth, they succeeded in
butting out eight runs, leading the
'Clams" by two at the ending
of their half of tho ninth. Ex?
citement was iutenso and it
looked like Petersburg's game, bnl
with two men out Sullivan gavo Cor?
coran his base by allowing an easy
ball to pees him. Collitlower then
steppod tip and placed the tphere over
right field feucc, winning tho game by
oue run. The features of the game was
O'Hukbu's catch of n difficult ball by
left field fence, aud Fender's clean
i'ETxasuuu?. I honrui.K.
It II I'll I. H II po K
Olli, rf. 1 1 ii o|c<t.<or.<u. ??.... 114 1
I'eniler, 2b. . l i I i>|0'llai;nu.sti. ... 2 l 2 l
I.it.p.u.it. . :t -2 o lIColUfiower.rL. -111
Suliiv. n, II. 1 1 .? 1 I ut liner, i. ..I 14 1
Sanfbid 11.. 2 l 2 11Herr, lb. l 2 : i
l.i?.n-..lli. u :i 2 ?- Hager, ut.. 2 2 " n
dull, tl. I 2 4 0 Md leery, 2b... 1 1 .'. 1
(park, ??. i i ;i 0 (icier. If. 0 o I o
Imnkte.p. n o II U M. Donald, [>.. 1 1 0 u
Paekatd. p?... 0 o o l)j Weeks, |>. u loo
Total .'.0 12 20 Total.111127 U
t-eoKt ay lSSIMiS.
Peten-hiirg.I 0 I) 1 u :\ 0 * 1?10
N'oriilk .....o 3 :t ? l l o u 3?11
Summary: Earned Runs?Peters?
burg, 5; Norfolk, 7. liome Runs?
O'Uagan, McCreery, Colli?ower. Clark,
1 wo Rase Hits?Hall, Sullivau, Herr.
BaBe-on Rails?Oll Dunkle, 4; Packard,
3; McDonald, 2. Struok Out?By
Duukle, 2; Packard, 7; McDnnalil. 2.
Double Plays?iiall uud bullivau; Clark
and Hall. Stolen Rases?L'ppert, 8;
Sauford, 2; O'Hagau, 2; Sullivan, Col
lillower, Wykes. Timo of Came?Two
hours. Umpire?Mr, Mitohell.
a lie ?Mlnitlcin.tia" < atuttre Ibc ?*Hluc
By Southern Anuooiate.l Press.
Roanokk, Va., May 28.?Jimmie
Breene'band of bruvestook the feathers
oft' the Richmond blue Birds iu great
shape to-day. They batted Tnuiiehill,
Richmouds crack pitcher, freely
throughout the game, and in the eighth
tuning after he had struck out two meu
buuehed enough hits to put four meu
across tho home plate and win the
The Richmond's played a beautiful
?>uno but they could not overcome
.loyd's pitching and the batting of the
It II E
Konnoke. 100 0 0 004 0? 6 ? -I
Richmond. 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0? 3 6 3
Batteries?Eloyd aud Viox; Tanu
ehill aud Foster.
Nalinnnl Leugne Kameii
R H F.
DfOoklyn .0 8 0 1 0 8 3 1 X?IB IB 1
CliiciiKo..'1 0000000 0-2 ?5 7
Batteries?Kennedy, Uriu end Bur
rell; Strattou, Hutobioson aud Morau.
At New York?
it U R
New York..0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 2? C 11 3
Clsiolaud.1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1? 7 10 4
Batterioe?Rubis and Wilson; Young
R H V.
boston.1 1 1 8 0 5 0 0 1?12 17 3
1. Louis.0 1 2 0 2 3 0 3 0?11 10 4
Batteries: Wilson and Ryan; Staley
R H B
Philadelphia.4 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 x? ? 14 3
Cincinnati. .1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 1
Batteries: Taylor and Clements; Par
rott and Merritt.
B 11 K
Pali moro..1 0 :t 0 3 1 4 0 x?12 1? 1
Louia-illo.,1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0? BOS
Batteries: Holler, Robinson and
Clarke; Inks aud Welch.
~ . b 11 &
V\?sliiiiRton.2 0000002 0? 4 12 4
l lttsbur?.2 0 0 C 0 1 0 0 X?14 lo 0
Ratteries: Stockdale and MoUiure;
Hart and Sugden.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Twenty-llvo .car loads best Timothy
Hay. J. H. Gofer, 103 Water street.
Phone No. 4. rnylll-lm.
For eleotrio fans and ventilating fans
, of all kinds, address K. R, Cobb, No.
22 Rosnoke avenue, Norfolk, Va.
"WE HAVE COME FOR HENSON."
Was What the Mob Said Who Lynched
Bv 8oathern Assooiatod Prosa.
Baltimork, May 28.?Jaoob Uouson,
a yonug' colored oitti, roountly tried
ami convicted iu Howard Gounty Court,
and rcntenoed to ho hanged Juno 7th,
vfas taken from Ellicott City jail early
this morning and hanged to a limb of a
Baltimore, Md., May '28.? Shortly !
nfter midnight, when the city was
wrapped iu slumber, masked tuou be?
gan to assemble by twoa and threes
and soon surrounded the jail. The
jailor was thou aroused with the state?
ment: "We have [come for Hodsou."
Adtuittauae vim refused, but the outer
dour was quickly battered down with
The noise did not arouse tbeprisonor
in bis coll nor was he uwakoued uutil
the look ou his door gave way tiuder
ihe blows of the sledge hammer. As
thu lyuch?iB rushed in ho shrieked
meroy. it waB useless. A rope was
thrown over the nogro'a head aud
more dead than alive from fright, he
wus dragged from tho cell. He alter?
nately prayed aud cursed as ho was
dragged down the jail stops.
Warden Eiliy whs out of towu, but
his family 'begged ihe lynchors uot to
hang the culprit iu the jail yard. Ho
was bound aud gagged, takeu to Mer
riok's Ijaue, tho tope was thrown over
tho limb of n dogwood true, there wus
a titinl shneU, cudtug iu n ghastly
rattle, aud thu tragedy was over.
Mr. Shea was murdered for his
mouey in his little Ellicott City store
on tho ttighl of Tuesday, February It),
Hudson was iu his employ uad had
been treated with great kiuduess- lie
confessed uud his oonviotion took place
at the March term of court.
He coulessed to huviug struck his
viotiui with a hatchet aud thon bucked
the head of Air. Shea us he lay in the
ooruer. Twenty-live distiuct gaebea
wore counted wheu the murdered man
was prepared for luirial.
Thu belief has been growing that
Beusou's suuteuco might be oumiuuted,
and he be spirited away to the Haiti
more penitentiary. The oftbet of tins
belief was found iu a placard which was
left pinued to the breast of the lynobed
uegro, ou which was written: "We re?
spect our court and judges. Cxov.
brown forced the law abiding citizens
to carry out tho verdict of jury.
"[Signed] White Gap.*."
Abbreviated Telegrams of Newsy
Vioo, Spain, 28.?A diepatoh from
Can il says that the Dum 1'edro whs
bouud lrotu the Passages fur (.'arrill.
Mie struck the Bojes Corrobedo at 0
o'clock last evening, wheu her boilers
exploded, sinking her iu a few minutes.
Part of her passengers aud crew were
saved, but about eighty persons Were
Chicago, 28.?Eugene V. Debs, who
arrived iu this city from ferro Haute
this morning, callod ou United States
Marshal Arnold. Mr. Debs left with
the marshal his itinerary through
Minuesota aud North Dakota for the
next teu days so that he could be tele
gruphod to return when needed. "J
nave writteu to all of the others out
of the city" euid Mr. Deb.s, "aud it is
our purpose to come in n body aud
surrender ourselves and to go back to
Woodstock ju.il." Mr. Debs has about J
ouo more week of freedom.
Bbattleuoko, Vt.?A distinct earth?
quake shock was felt boru atiniu 11:15
o'clock this lot '- noon. Toe vibrations
'.iere.from we.--: to east aud CuUtiutled
from teti to twelve seconds, at.
companted bv it heavy rumbling sound.
Uesideuts iu several partH of the city
rushed from thjbir homes iu greut
Marshall, Mo., 28.?'ibe long lulked
of Democratic county ?ueuoial con?
vention met hero yesterday uud passed
resolution-, tu favor of free aoiuage,aud
for the calling of a Statu oouveutiou to
dincuss the name.
London, 28.?'The Conservatives and
Unionlais of the Cold Standard Com?
mittee havo written letters to Lord
Salisbury uud Mr. Balfour urging the
pursuit of a uou-cotnmittal currency
policy in the oomiug eleotion cam?
Berlin, 28.?Tho Post makes tho
temi-oitleial nuuonncemeut that Chan?
cellor, Vou liubenlohe is in communi?
cation with the various federal Govern?
ment ou the subject of tho basis of the
proposed international monetary con
fereuce. No agreement, the Post says,
has as yet bcou reached,
to the Times-Union from Key West
says: "Great excitement was caused
among Cubans to day oy a rumor that
Marli had arrived at Jamaica. The
telegraph oflics was besieged by Cubans
hwaitiDg answers to dispatches sent in?
quiring if the rumor was true."
I'bey look tu.- Advico or ?im Vir
Never was onr storo so crowded by
buyers, as yo-terduy, all oagur to pur?
chase some of the bargains we adver?
tised in Sunday's paper. All prices as
advertised hold good all the weok.
Dou't miss this chance if eager to save
money. No matter how wo do it.
Somebody else's loss is your gain. Be
I sin e to come to Lgw Uro'? Bergain
.Oentre, 174 Maiastreot,
Richmond as the Centre of Virginia
Gossip and Events.
The Annexation Scheme. What the
Return inn Delegates to the Reunion
Think. Virginians Spoken of
to Succeed the Late Secre?
tary of State Grcsham.
Spoclal DispatoU to tho Virginian,
lticiiuoxu, 28.?No death that baa
ooonrred in tho country iu a iuug time
haB occasioned as much talk iu politi?
cal ciroles hero as that of Secretary
Greshara. For somo reason ninny
lticbiuoudere thiok his successor will
bo in very olose touoh with Virgiuiaus.
William L. Wilson is the persou geuor
aliy picked out for Secretary of the
Stale, but not a tew predict that lion.
Holmes Conrad will be tiiu euocHssor
of Judge Greaban}. It will ho reinotn
borod that the President lately mado
Mr. Conrad Sulioitor General, aud it is
kuown hern that Cleveland has said he
rogurdod Mr. Courad as one of tho
ablest lawyer* aud statesmen in tho
country. The President is foud of the
Virginian, aud it would not be surpris?
ing if Mr. Courad should be elevated
to tho Premiership.
Tho Populist* are not at All pleased
with tho result of last Thursday's eleu
.tons. They say, howevor, that politi?
cal lines havo not drawu aud that of?
ficers were chosen on Recount of per?
sonal popularity; that the most of the
incumbents ?uro Democrats and quits
naturally tho Democrats show up null.
At the same time tin Populists claim
that tho roan 11 was duo in it large mea?
nt ru to the existing election luws and
that tho ouly way iu which the Popu?
lists cau hope fur success is to have the
cxistiug Iuwh repealed and thoy Bay
t?ey are more than evor determined to
tight with thiB objeot iu view.
Veterans returning from Houston
say the Coufcderatu reunion to be hehl
hore next year will be tho greatest
eveut for the voterans .since the war.
CnpL James E. Phillips, out of Ihotie
who oame iu this moruiug, stales there
will bo fully 70.000 strangers hero next
May. Down South, ho states, the
oamps olroady havo gone to work to
secure favorablo ratos and to organ
ize excursions. Ho predicts that the
next reunion will oolipse anything aee.u
muco tho wir, or anything that will bu
The scheme to aouex Manchester to
Richmond is losiug favor with somo
people iu liotli oities, Mayor Juuirs
H. Dooloy'a vigorous opposiliou has
set many business meu in Richmond
ogaiuat the movement and bus served
to inteuaify tho opposition in Mauohes
ter. Tho committees fiom the two
City Couuoils are working aloug
Mr. William P. Knowles, who was
lust night eleotod Superintendent ol the
dim Words.haa been idontitied with that
I department of the city government for
about thirty years. He begau as re?
pairer of meters, then became foreman
of the works, and now is inspector ol
gas. '1 he position pays at preterit
U0? per year, but a movement is ou
foot to reduce tho salary to $2,500.
It is reportod hero that Mr, O'Neill
will sign Oilman, of last year's Rich
mond team; Hodge, formerly of tho
Norfolks, end Kelly, late with the'
I'lie .llluta Hars ;(iusuiued Opera?
Ev Sontboru Associate I Press.
Ht NTiNoroN, W. Va., .May 27.?Re?
ports received in this city from up the
Norfolk aud Western state that several
of the mines resumed operations today
and that more will do so in the next
few days. Iu some instances the men
seemed anxious to return, but iu others
the striken/ planes were filled. No
trouble has taken place so far in Mc?
Dowell county. A number of deputy
sheriffs have been sworu iu to be ready
iu case of an ernerflouey. In the mean?
time, the Norfolk und Western has
commenced to move aoal North.
Veteran or the .tlexlcnn Uar,
Oak Hakuok, O.? "I met Ooo. O.
Momeuy, an old veteran of the Men
cau war, on the streots to day, who
told me that after reading about Sim
moos Diver Regulator ho bought a bot
tie, and the first three iIoboh gave him
immediate relief." Geo. Goaline.
Your druggist sells it in powder or .
liquid; the powder to be taken dry, or |
made into a tea.
Messrs. Oreeuwood & Uro., by con?
stant accessions, keep their Btook of
sterling silver ware fall, oomplete and
attractive. Prices lower than ever be?
fore beard of. Yon get exactly what
you buy at The Gasket, at lowest
prices. Best wort at reasonable
j charges. For anything in jewelry lines
t call at The Casket.
At i*lr?. P. IS lea.
No. 101 Church street, ladies will
find tho most oomplete assortment of
Unvl n,M: liny!
Twenty oars of choice Timithy and
mixed hay on track. Must be sold. D,
P. Roid & Bro._
See our GOo underwear. Goldmen &
[ Hofkeiaer, 100 Main street.
CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
of the United States Hands Down
By Southern Asaooiatod Press.
Richmond, Va,, 28.?Opinions were
handed dowu id the followiug eases iu
the United States Supremo Court or
Boston Safu Deposit and Trust
Company, ve. F. H, Hudsou, Jr.; ap
poul from the Cirouit Court of south
i in tod States vs. Wm. B. Tinoley,
error to Cirouit Court Western Dis?
trict of Virginia; affirmed.
John S. Itohiusou ve. Jamoa 13.
Daehurst, orror to Cirouit Court West
liotisuek* Maahine Compauy vs.
Hesso Ss 0o,\ error to Cirouit Court of
Western Distriut of Virgiuia; reversed.
Houry K. Porter va. S. W. David
sou, Sheriff, eiror to Cirouit Court
Western Dietriot of North Caroliua;
Charles K. MeCoukov vb. Foaohbot- |
torn State Company, Error to Cirouit
Court of Maryland. Atliriued.
Cautou lnsurauco Company vs.
steamships Viotory and Plymothinu.
Appeal from District Court Eastern
Distriut uf Virgiuia. Decreo modified
aud rescinded, holding Victory respou
sililo to full amount of her valuo und
Plyiuothian tor balauoe of damage
cuimed by the collision.
Wheeling linden and Terminal Com?
pauy vs. Hubert ).!. Cochrau, error to
circuit Court of W:est Virgimu; re
versed and rcmunded for uoiv trial.
Town of Darllugtuu vs. Atlantic
Trust Company; error tu Cirouit Court,
South Curolina; nliirmed.
Henry Knsua vh. .1. Byers Bysnn et
nl., urror to Circuit Court Western
District of North Curolinn; raversed
und remanded ior new trial.
The followiug attorueys wore ad?
Georgo U Christy,Pittsbtirg; Eugene
F Va?ding, Augusta, (iu; Wm H
Plemiug, Angustu. Go; J 0 Shoppard.
Edgefleld, S C; Wm A Barber. Cbea
tor, S C; Edward MuCrudy, Charles
tun, S C; Kugono B Taylor, Alexan?
dria, Va; Samel G Breut, Alexandria,
Va; Houry N O'Boai, Washington,
ITavo you ovur riot co l hoiv your system
seems to crave special a?Hieiuiice in thn
spring? Just tho help roipuli eil is givoil
by llood'e 8 1i i.i .I .'.
,\ Well Hnswii Jncliuy Killed.
By HoutlKiru Aasoe-iatad Press.
Boston, May 28,?Wm. Griflin, n
well known professional jockey, who has
ridden at Ihe Cottutry Club lur several
years, was mstautly killed at the Clyde
Park track this uiorniug while riding
Mr, George Wales' hureu, Lousing.
Grillin was giving the horse a little
exercise und had just started to speed
wheu, dirootly iu front uf tho olub
honRe, the auimal stumbled and threw
Gnllin with tcrrillic forco against tho
rail. Grifiin's body 'rolled ovor into
the polo held aud ho was dead m two
AN EDITOR'S TROUBLES.
Hut TI107 Proved a Bltmlns to .Many ol
Mr. W. M. Abbott, the well known edi?
tor of Tho Evening Gapilul, the lending
dully papor of Anuupolis, Aid., hud heard
much of the merits of Quratol, uud was
one of thu Ilrst to 11.su it whuu it was Intro?
duced iu Annapolis. He says:
"My wife used It ou u sprained ankle
and It acted llku a
oh&rui. A y o u n g
lady of my acquaint
aueu used it who
wius suffering from
great rullof, nnd was
able to go out after
two or three appli?
cations. I have also
used it iu my family
for chapped hands
and hums, aud it gavolrolicf, and I have
hoard of many othors who found grunt re?
lief through its use."
Qurntol is truly 1111 emergency remedy,
and should he kept In tho house for iiii
modiato use when needed. In cases of
burns und scalds, cuts and wounds, If ap?
plied Immediately, it will prevent inflam?
mation and effect u speedy cure, relieving
the pain at once. Druggists sell It at BO
coats a bottle.
I EYES EXAMINED FREE |
ZOIASSES ACCURATELY ADJUSTED. %
MAYER fit CO.,
. . DEALERS IN
Railroad. Steamboat and
4 and 6 West Market Square,
She Murders Her Daughter Mattie
and then Commits Suicide.
A Razor Was the Weapon of Destruc?
tion Chosen. Indications That the
Girl Had Fought Hard For
Her Life. Blood was Every?
where. A Ghastly Sight.
Dr Hontheim assooiataJ rress ?
Bai.timoiu;, May 28.?Lying in
pools iu blood in tue second story of
No. 1817 Asquith street tdis aftoruoou
were found tho bodms of Mrs. Mariou
J. Curtaiu, aged 411, aud her 16 year
old daughter Mattie. In the bands of
tbe mother was a razor, fresh of the
lifo blood of both. Tho elder woman
had killed her daughter aud committed
siuoido with tho same instrument,
Mrs. Curtaiu and her daughter lived ?
at 1600 North Bond street. To-day
tbey visited Mrs. Emma King the older
daughtor of the murderess, and in her
absence from tbe bouse tbo shocking
tragedy was committed. Upon her re?
turn from an orraud that had occupied
only a fow minutes Mrs, King found
her mother aud sister stretched on the
floor, while tho compartment resem?
bled n slaughter house. Blood wss
Tho ghastly discovery drove Mrs,
Kiug into the street ebrioking with
fright and horror. A crowd soon path
ored and physicians were oummonod.
it was discovered that mother and
daughter wore growiug cold in death.
The ueok of the girl Mamie waselashed
from ear to ear. Several other deep
gashes were found on her body.
The condition of the room, with its
overturuod furniture and blood stains,
indicated that the girl had fought hard
fur her life. It is supposed that Mrs.
Curtain out her own throat immedi?
ately after sho murdered her child.
The girl was lying ou the floor with
her bauds at her throat aud with every
indication of haviug died in fearful
agony. Mr*. Curtain's head was rest?
ing against tho leg of the bed. Oue
vigorous slash of the ruzor hud been
sul'iiciout to put an eud to ber life.
Ii er face wore its onstomaiy look of
Mrs. Curtain's husband, who was a
saloonkeeper on Central avenue, died
about three years ago and she had
brooded over his death ever since, On
several oeoasionB she had threatened to
do herself hatta, nnd her relativen were
contemplating placing her in an asy?
lum to bo treated for insanity.
Horses \ Mules.
THE MCGLEARY-MGCLELLAN LIVE STOCK GO.
Come hofore their patrons
with another lot of
Drivers, Trotters and Gen?
eral Purpose Horses
FOB OUB NEXT AUCTION SALE.
TUESDAY, JUNE 4th.
Alno twontv large and twenty
small CHEAP Ml'I.Km. Come If
yon ?Mit 11 buy a horse or mule
chea]) hefi ro tbis senson oloses,
us we hate a Bupply of low price
horses, Hud onn p ense all in want
or stock or any kind at tbe
Norfolk Horse Exchange.
Burruss. Son & Co.,
Commercial and other business paper dli
Loans negotiated on favorable term'.
City bonds and other securities bought
Depos.ts recftlvo.l and accounts lnvito I.
Interest ullowod on t mo deposit*.
Bate Deposit lioxes tor rent. Cbargjs
Draw B Hb of Exchange nnd mako cable
treuster h to linrope.
Lettern or credit issued to principal eitle*
ot the world. ooJ.'
The tramp lifo insurance agent* who trie*
to niske you bellete that any other regular
lif? insurance company pays aa large divi?
dends or surplus as the Notthwcutara
Mutual, is guilty of deception by ntiog rtv<s
Inadine RATIO;), whioh no bents-*! man
would employ or exhibit, as tbay are made
up u create a raise impression.
D. Humphreys & Son,
GUBiTL AGENTS NOBTHWE.STliitHJ
FOR SALE CHEAP,.