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VOL. L?NO. 14_NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS
the mm 1 session
The Grand Camp of Confederate
Veterans at Charlottesville.
Important Resolutions Passed. Wash?
ington Taylor, Esq., of Norfolk,
Elected Quarter master-Gen?
eral. The Adjutant-Gen?
eral's Salary Increased.
By Southern Associated free*.
Uhahlottesyii.i.k, \'n., ,)une 5.?
1 he second und laut day'a schmou of
the Cirnnd Camp ot Confederate Vot
erana was held to day. Col. Suioot
sjreBided. Tho committee ou school
iistorj rccoinniouded that tho Qraud
('amp call ou every city and county
School Hoard in \ irguiia to uso ile iu
fl notice to eolect it school history
irom three ?outheru hiulorica on
she (State lint, Holmoa, i huiubeie,
tShiun'h, and also suggested thst in pri?
vate schools tho eauio rare be uiado in
eeleotiug histories by Soutuern authors.
3it the report wan embodied the re
coiumeiulutioUB of the Umied Graud
Camp at tho recent mtuting nt iioua
Sou. The report trim udoptud.
The committee ou school history was
Inoreaced trotu live to aevun, A reso?
lution was adopted calling for thu
cstabiiyhmeut of ua ollicial organ of
The tluauou committee recomuiouded
lh:it each camp in the Grand Cuuip
I av n per capita of 10 cents instead
In order to pay tho increased expenses
i it account of the nicotine of tho
I idled Grand Camp of Veterans.
l'ho committee on resolutions recom
siiendud thut tho oouitnauding general
tie iuutruotcd to uotify the ?luryluuil
division that this rump could uot
ailedge iteelf to aid in securing the
meeting of the United Camp at Balti
snore in 181*7. Tho ha:ao corumittes
amidst applause, rcpoitcd the lollow
Resolved, That it is the eodeg and
Cipiniou of tho Grand Cauip that the
action taken by the Advisory Cotiuoil
s>f the camp, reooiniuendiug the estab?
lishment of a national park at Ap
iiomattox Courthouse by the Natioual
tlovcrumout, waa inexpedient aud iu
advisable,.and that said action, so far
?a binding on this Graud Camp, be
revoked aud rescinded, and that each
?ubordiuato camp bo left tree to ex*
g>r? ss its own opinion on the subject.
The resolution was adopted.
The same committco recommended
that us soon aa the Confederate Veto
sans teonred lifty camps they bo al?
lowed it separate (trend Camp.
Tho following othceri were unani?
mously elected: Win A Smoot, Alexan?
dria, grand Commander; John A. Coz
eons, Glen Allen, first lioutuuaiit-coiii
(naudcr; ,1 N tStnbtis, Wood's Cross
Jioads. second lieutenant commander;
J M Garnett, Charlotteaville, third
lieutenaut iMmmiiuder; T C Morton,
?Staunton, iuspeotor-general; Washing?
ton Taylor, Norfolk. ijuarterma>ter
roucral; Hoy Beverly H Tuoker, Nor
Olk, chuplaiu-general; Dr .lohn t>
2'owell, Occouquan, surgeon-general;
I'houiKy Elicit, Bicbtnoud, adjutaut
The HAlary of the adjutant general
sjras lucreused to $150 n year.
Winchester whs selected as the next
|)lace of meetibg,
Tbfi Inspector General was author?
ized to settle tho differences iuThe
Camp ut Berkley.
The Committee or. Resolutions was
Composed of 15, C. Marsball, G, W.
SUmsav, Guti. Micaiah Woods, Col.
iL. C. alortou, S. S. K. i'oore.
Comuntleo on Finance- -Col. W, P.
fsmith, R, W. Northern, Stub Boiling,
V'. II. Htewart, A. Herbert.
A resolution was adopted exproflsiug
tho hearty appreciation of tho camp
lor tho offet of Charles Broadway
Ilott.-H of $100,000 for the erection of a
tiational memorial hull.
The camj) deemed it improper to ex?
press an opiuiou on a nitittor that hud
lieou referred to the Grand Uawp of
the United Confederate Veterauo to
Vau of its committees.
Eleven oampe were added last year.
Tho attendanoa here was throe tunes
larger than nt any other mooting of tho
A JURY SECURED AT LAST
For the Trial ot Police Inspector Mc?
Laughlin for Extortion.
Bv Southern Associated Press.
New Youk, Juno 5.? Just hoforo a
fecesB was taken by Judge Barrett iu
4ho Court of Ojet aud Terminer at 1
O'clock to day a jury had been secured
lor the second trial of I'olico Inspootor
Win. W. McLaughlin ou tho charge of
extortion. 11 has taken Uio court and
counsel fourteen days to soloct n jury
lo try tho inspector. Tho last juror
?oleoted is A. C. Jeunings, dealer iu
Jmiuts ot '.HI Nassau Htroet.
New I,Hie ol i.'n. Ii sun,.
Have just opened a new line of Dtiok
Baits, K. A. tiatiudera, 17J Maiu street.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
Twenty-five car loads best Timothy
Hay. J. H. Cofer, 15J Water streot.
1'hone No. 4. myl'J lm,
"Newest Disooverj"?Ext, teeth BO
taelu, M? X. Dt Uoomr, 102 Maid, ,
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk.
Special DUi'Hteu to The Virgiuiau.
1'KTKIUUtURQ, Vo., Juue 5.?Tbo
clerioul aud lay delegates to tbu Episco
pal Council of tbo Southern Diocese of
Virginia, which vrill oouveue in St.
Paul'? Church hero to-morrow, began
to arrive this aftoruoon.
Tho following is the programme of
divine services duriug tbo couuoil:
Thursday, Juno (Ith?11 a ui, opeuing
service of tho council; nioruiug prayer
and Holy Commuuion; 8:30 p in, even?
ing prayer and addrcsa in behalf of
DioosKau iMitsious by representatives
of tho convocation of tho diocese.
Friday, Juno 7th?10 a m, morning
prayer; N::t? p m, evening prayer
in behalf ot Foreign Miesious.
Saturday, Juuo 81 h, 7Ja in, corporate
Communion of the Womau'a Auxiliary
of tho diocese; 10 a rn, morning prayer;
b;:U) p m, evening prayer und address
iu behalf of tho Woman's Auxiliary of
thu diocese, Sunday, Juuo ',1th, 11 a
ui, morning prayer und ordination of
deacoiiH to tho priesthood; 8:30 p m.
closing service of tbo council with ad?
dress by tho bishop. All the above
eorvico* nro at St. Paul's Church.
Ou Sunday afternoon i t p ui) nt
Grace Church, meeting for meu only,
under tho auspices of tho Brotherhood
of St, Andrew, to bo addressed
by the bishop aud other speakere.
Business session of Womau'a Auxiliary
iu Sunday school room of St Paul's
Obnrob. Saturday, 11am, children's
meeting under auspices Woman's
Auxiliary. Saturday, ?:o0 p m. in
A little child, whoso name was not
leuiued, but whose parents reside iu
the western part of thu city, was pois?
oned this morning by swallowing eye
water. The child, who is ouly about
1J mouths of nge, got hold of the bot?
tle unknown to its pnreuts and swal?
lowed a portion of its contents. The
condition of the little ouo is quite crit?
The June term of the Cironit Court
of Petersburg. .1 udge B, 1). Hancock,
presiding, enlivened this morn
lug. The Court adjourned to next
Monday uioruiug, whou argmnon
will ho hoard ou nu application for a
writ of superseded!* iu tho easel of
Robert Ridley, a ucgro, who was con?
victed some time ago iu tho County
Court, of Sussex, of murder iu tho first
degree, and sentenced to bs banged on
July Huh next, lit.lley has beeu con
lined in tho jail of l'otersburg over
since his conviction.
INTERESTING NAVAL NEWS.
Movements of the Cruiser Atlanta and
Uv Southern Associated Press.
Washington, Juuo 5.?The cruiser
Atiuuta arrived at Port Monroe to-day,
after coaling at Point Lumbert. She
will sail tor New London in a few days
to await the rendezvous of the North
Atlantic squadron early iu July wheu
tho New York anil Columbia retnru
from Kiel. The Bulcigh followed the
Atlauta at Point Lambert for coal and
as soou us hor buukurs uro full, will
proceed to Now Vork to participate in
the HunYui ship canal celebration, the
17th iustant, Tho Kale'gli will be
joined by tho Cincinnati by that time,
both vessels being anchored at iho
wc;teru entranco of tho canal.
Death or (be Itcv. CUriaiophe* 'M\
II a i lev*
By Southern Associated Trow.
RAT.Eion, N. C, June 5,? Kov.
Christopher T. Bailey, the most promi?
nent Baptist iu tho State, died this
moroiug after a lingering illness of
four mouths. Two yours ogo ho was
stricken with paralysis while pro?
nouncing the benediction ufter the
tiuest sermon of his life, lie has becu
for several years editor and proprietor
of tho Biblical Recorder, tho Baptist
orgau in this State.
M:',j,?l! Cycle Club's Road itne?.
Famous old Hampdon park will wit?
ness an oxoitiug struggle ou Juno It,
when the Massasoit Cyole club will start
and finish its annual handicap road race,
opeu to all, on its historic Surfaco. Tiuio
mid expense hnvo not horn spared to
make '.his the most important and inter?
esting race over held in western Massa?
chusetts. The first prize is a magnificent
piano listed at (1,200. Then follows n
Line of 75 prizes comprising bicycles and
other goods to tho totnl value of $J.O00.
Tho tlr^t time prize will bo contested for
by such noted riders as Monte Scott, Nat
Butler, Eddie MoDnftie. F. B. Stowe
und Fred Can dry. For stretch of three
quarters of a mile ur the start and at tho
finish tho riders will be under the cioso
observation of nu enthusiastic audience,
who will be given the unusual oppor?
tunity of viewing it tnilo and a half of
the contest from their scats.
A Lire For ? Life.
Tho restoration of tho death penalty
iu Michigan leaves Maine, Rhode Island
and Wisconsin the only stares where a
lif? is not token for a lire.?Boston Her?
old. _ _
liny i Han *si?t!
Twenty cars of choice Tiniithy and
giixed bay on track, Must b? aold, I),
, Roid fit Bio*
What is Going On in and Around
the Capital City.
An Interesting Check Case. Death of
Mr. C. D. M. Cobb, From Con?
gestion of the Brain. Governor
O'Fcrral and the Poca
Special Dispatch to Tho Virginiau.
Richmond, Vn., Juuo 5,?There is
no present prospect ol tho troops ho
iug romoveil from l'ooshoutaa. Just n->
Uov. O'Ferrall waa preparing to with?
drew them by gradually reducing tho
number ot nicu on duty the mtuatiou
became more serious and tiller iff
Crockett asked that tlio men he kept ou
duty, iu viow of tho iucediary ro
murks by tho loaders oi tho strikers
yesterday it is uol likely that Clor,
O'Ferrall will bo willing to withdrew
any troops nt thin time, I utortuutiou
from l'ocuhoutuH that is officially relia
ble la to tho cllcct thut it' the intlilHiy
were withdrawn tho strikers would
boou stop work in every iniuo on the
It is the purpose of tho friends ot
silver to orguui/e a Stuto League sunn.
They claim that every county nnd
every eity iu tho State is overwhelm?
ingly for free coinage. Oapt. John A,
Curtis is oue of the most unthtiMastic
silver uieu iu Itiohmotnl and told me
tn dity ho thought fully two-thirds of
the voters of I'ichmoutI were with him.
'1 hu sound money people are uho talk?
ing of organizing nud they will do so.
They sny they have [iichmond by uu
uverwiiclniing majority. The political
iirework.s will soon bo staYtuJ here.
The work oi collecting funds for the
Davis niouiiniont has coinmcuced here.
Committees were out today. It is tin
deretood that they had fairly good sue
cuss. Hicbiuoud is going to try to
ruiso uot lean than $10,001). Tln.ro is
already in baud about S1-.000. The
t'oiivcntioti at Houston pledged over
$10,000. It in hoped by thoso iu charge
of the scheine to raise Slf'0,000. If
that sum cannot be had a monument
suoh na can bo ereoted with the funds
raised will be put up, As yet the
cuaraoter of the mcmoriul bus not beou
Mr. V. D. M, Cobb, n well-known
real estate agent here, died to-uuy nt
liouu from congestion of tho brain, lie
was in upparuitlv good health yustor
day morning, but Buffered greatly with
the heart. Afier dinner betook u bath
aud then drove out in his buggy. Ho
was found at abont 6 o'clock in u semi?
conscious condition iu his vehicle and
taken home. He nover regained con
sciousuess. Mr, Cobb was years
old, a uative of North Carolins, und u
member of tbu firm ot Cobb 1 VYiug
Au interesting check co?o has been
arbitrated here. A hotel keeper took
it front a travelling mac after it bad
beou endorsed by a friend of the
drummer's, ll was placed iu the
hank to the credit of the hotel knoper,
but when it renched a hank in l'lortdu
on which it was drawn tho check
proved to bo fraudulent. The ques?
tion was who should loso it'/ 'Three
baukors wore tho arbitrators, and de?
cided iu favor of the bsuk which they
say used proper discretion and dill
gcuce iu tryiug to collect the money.
CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY
More Trouble in South Carolina Over
the Dispensary Law.
I)v Southern Associate 1 Pi e?
Columbia, S.C., June 5. Tbismoru
ing another legal move was mude in tho
mutter of the dispensary law. Stats
Commissioner Mixaon and Liquor Con
stuhle lieaeli were arrestod. The pro?
ceedings are made under the special
conspiracy act of Congress, which waa
referred to in the Lie Iis case. They
were arrested upou a warrant eworu
out by two leading citizens, Messrs.
Midler and Beck, before United States
Commissioner iieidof New berry.
They are obargod with conepiraoy to
violate the special Inter-Stats Com
inerco act of lS!io. iu seizing iujuor he
longiug to the complainants. The Com?
missioner also issued a warrant for the
confiscated Injunr. Tho prisoners wuru
taken up for preliminary huunug. Dr.
l'opo appeared far tho complainants
and asked that they be bound over for
Tho Assistant Attorney-Genera] told
tho Deputy Marshal to consider tho
soi/ed property in hie postsessiou for
tho purpose of this case,
'1 ho Stato maintains tbnt the defend
ant's can't be ticld criminally liablo
under this act of Congress. The hear
iDg will be continued at 8:80 o'clock,
Thia is au entirely new proceeding.
If you waut etnotly sterling silver
goods buv from a legitimate busiiious
house aud you will lie sure of not
having Mr. ?'Sterling l'ewtsr's" goods
put on yon, as has beou done- vide
New York Herald of recent date. New
and goumiiu goods iu watches, dia
monds, jewelry aud silver constantly
being received at The Casket, at prices
guarauteed tho lowest.
We have the night shirt at tho right
price. Nichols & Wallace, 10'J Main
Games Played Yesterday and the Gos?
sip of the Diamond.
I?Iclimoitd "Mim? oiii" 2*efcr*biire>
liv sou then Associate l Pratt.
Pctbusbubo),'*:Ya?i Juno 5. ? Timoly
battiug with rnou on buses, aided by
Petersburg's poor fielding, mtvo Wioh
mouil to-day's gaaic. In tho third in?
ning, after two men had been retired,
Peudor's error gavu Kam his lifo at
first. Siugles by Taunehill and Gibson
aud homo runs by Welle aud liouso
muu netted tho visitors livo ruus.
Fly DU pitchod u perfect gnmo and had
tho heavy hitliug Petershurgcrst at his
meroy, ilia Btipport was gilt edged.
Barring the third iuuir.g, Dinitlo
pitched a good game. Tho Icatiircs of
tho gamo was tho brilliant lielding of
Lyons, MoUoweh und Ideen nud tho
heavy batting of Wells, Houseman and
It 11 K
Petersburg. _0 0 0 (l 0 0 0 0 0? t) <> 6
ISiiliiiioml.U 0?>0U0 0Ux-? 7 1
Batteriee?Dankte and Clark; Flyun
U hrrr Hi,. I lull. I'lnv 'I'o-llav.
Portsmouth at Iliehnioa I.
ltoaui ku at or folk.
I ynoh'UUl H at Petersburg.
Lynohburg-Norfolk game postpoiiod.
P.ain iu tho third itiutug. No ruus
inado by either aido.
NiatstuiuB <?' ? ???
I Norfolk. 12
u .in ? i. e. i'J
a I'm Ii mil t ausl (irastudara.
Brandt is, without doubt, ouo of the
very best pitchers in the State League.
Yut he seems fated to Jobo Iiis game,
but a pitcher can't win by himself. It
takes good suppott, and if tho Ports?
mouth team had oven done their usual
amount ul hitting yesterday, Btaudl
would have beeu the winning pitcher.
Mitchell is undoubtedly a good um?
pire, but what ho did for Brandt yes?
terday was far away from his usual
good judgement of balls and strikee,
Yesterday Qutuu' was ou first base,
Hoed missed n third strike at the ball
winch went through Catcher Clark's
legs, Yet Mr. Mitchell did not declare
Heed out, but let him run the bases.
How is that, Mr. Umpire*/ Dou't tho
rules say that -hen lirst baso is occu?
pied tuat thu third etrike is out, caught
Tho ucw mon spoken of as having
been signed by Roauoke did not mute
riaiizo yesterday, prorui6os to tho con*,
'lbo "Truckers'' leave for Richmond
this morning ou the early Norfolk aud
It is rumored that Mr. O'Neill has
linos out for Hodge, Thorulou, and
Gillman, "Gee whist," what a team
Norfolk will havo if tho deal between
"Tod" Sullivan und Mr. U'Neill is
With Corcoran, 'Ihorntou, MeGsuu
and Oillman Norfolk will have a stono
wull infield, and with Kelly, Hager aud
Collitiuwcr to take care of tho suburbs
there will be no reason forfuilher
fear. Their march to a respectable
percentage will be rapid.
Hurry O'Hagan is in Washington,
tie is free to sign with auy olub.
Manager McClosky, of tho Louis?
ville "Colonels," is not having such a
pleasant time. It is hiuted that his
management of tho I.otusvilles bus uot
beeu satisfactory to the owners of the
club, und that ho muy at any date be
succeeded by some one who tho duoo
tors think can nmko tho club ciiuib up
iu a better position.
Norfolk's new pitcher, Chard, was
in the box yesterday at Lynchburg,
but inolemont weather prevented the
game trout being finished,
IMUtnnal l.rnstio Uatuva.
At Brooklyn ?
brooklvu 1 1 1 11 1 0 0 0 0? i 'i
t in dauati . 0 o 2 0 1 u 0 U u y a
Batteries: Daub,Cumber I nod Grim;
Foremuii und S| ies,
At New York?
Jl 11 e
New York .... 020100004 7 lu a
Lou s.ilie_ ,0 00 3 0 0 0 1 0-- 3 II :>
natteries: German aud Wilson; Inks
ft II e
Poston.? 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1? 2 7 0
i ittabarx.II o a u 0 M v u? t n a
Batteries: Nichols and Ganzel; Kil?
len and Mack.
it n e
Baltimore.. .l 3 0 0 a o? (i 8 i
Chicago.o ? a u o o? a u a
Batteries; Holler and Clark; Hutch?
ison and Mi ran.
n h e
Philadelphia.. . 0 o 0 0 n l 0 1 0- 2 4 4
St. L.iUU.4 t) ? 3 3 0 ? 0 0?l i 14 2
Batteries: McGill, Smith, Buckley
aud Grady; Preitenstein and Peits.
At Washington- Washington vs.
Cleveland, called end fourth iuniug,
At .Ur?. I'. IIlea.
No. 101 Church street, Indies will
find tho most complete assortment of
I millinery goods._
Strawberry short-cake at Mao's,
Lo t Per Cent.
1 i .689
i .[[Iis en
A Preponderance of Free Silver
and Anti-Cleveland Men.
On tho Committee on Resolutions
Gen. Palmer's District Not in
Favor ol Condemning tho Ad?
ministration. Plain Tnlk
liy Southern Associated l'rsts.
SPRlNOfiBtiU, II)., Jutie6. ? Uad it
cot been for the timely uutiou of Soo
rotary of .Statu W. H. Uinriubsen, who
issued the cull for to-day'x Illinois
Democratic Silver Couventiou, tho
eveni would hure ended iu a row. It
nil came about because of a plauk
iu the rusolntious endorsing Gov?
ernor Altgeld. it had been
expressly ngrcod beforo tho convention
wbs culled to ortler thut tboio waa to bo
no action token outside of that for
which tho cull provided tho phiciug
of tho hcuI ol approval on free coinage
aud the eloctiou of delegates to a na?
tional oonvcntiou to bo held Bomo time
in tho uour future.
Tho trouble begau in the committee
room, where tho platform was boing
prepared. Ten luenibeis of tbo com
mittco voted for the Altgeld plank nod
uino against Inserting It. Tho (dank
was put hi. 'Ihe plntform had been
rend by ex-Congressniau Fitbiau,
chnirmiiu of the resolutions committee,
a Hrin friond of the Altgeld plank.
A storm of protests had ariucu ali
over tho hnll. and it looked us if the
pcuce-iuiikmg silver convuutiou of the
West would end \i> a schism whioh
would be latal to tlio lutiiro of the
white metal. At thin junction Hinrich?
ten urose und waved his hand, ttud in
Bluntly the uproar was hushed,
"Gentlemen," ho said, "I have u
persotiul request to tuako of you. 1
don't behove lucre is anybody iu this
hall who bus any runro right to ninks
atlcb n request tuau i have, It is thia:
That tho putt of the ronolutious oniiors
fug (iov, Altgeld be stricken out, and
for this I ask unanimous consent. The
members of the Statu administration
did not expect to be endorsed by
this convention either as individuals
or us a whole. If such endorsements
wore made tho object ef this Conven?
tion would bo nullified."
Judge MeCouuell, permanent chnir
tnan, joined his requoat to that of Air.
lliurichsen and Chairman Fithiun with?
out oven waiting lor thu oonvuntmn to
ratify tho request, read tho resolution
over, leaving out the objeclioual para?
When Chairman Crawford had finished
his spsocb. this morning a delegate from
one of the country towns started the
movement to keep all tlio abuso ol
Cleveland or praise of Altgeld out of
the convention by introducing a reso?
lution thet all resolutions ot a political
Da tu re, ottered to tho convention, bu
received and referred to the Committee
on Resolutions without beiug read.
'1 homos Merritt, of Marion county,
was on his feet iu uu instant and
strenuously objected to having whal
he called the gag law applied to thu
convention. lie wauled any resolutions
introduced to bo duly read,
it was evident tburo ?bs going to bo
n hot tight by the enemies ot the ad?
ministration to get iu their attacks.
Ihe original introducer of tho motion
withdrew aud tho point remained uu
The convention thon adjourned until
?J o'clock to ullow the committees to
prepuro their reports.
The make up of the committee on
resolutions shows an overwhelming
proponderonce of free silver aud unti
Not content with the regular seloo
tion of this committee a motion was
ollered to add ax-Congressman Hunter
to the committee. This was earriud by
ncolamatiOD, Hunter is a violent soli
i levciund man and has been beratiug
the i'result'tit as a traitor to his party.
Despite the assurance given out by
thu leader's last night, tout tho con
vention would not undertake to con
dimu tho National A.dministratiou,
some of tho friends of Mr. Cleveland
seemed apprehensive of coming
trouble. 'Ihe delegates from tho va?
rious Congressional Districts mot at 10
o'clock to select delegates to the pro?
posed National Convention on the cur?
In houio ol these oaucusjes the sub?
ject of denouncing Cleveland aud
Palmer was talked over in an informal
way, but the scntimout appeared to bo
against that which was not conserva?
i In tho oase of the Seventeenth Con
gressional District, Lien. Palmer's
home, a resolution was offered ia
structing the chairmau of the delega?
tion and tho district member of the
committee on resolutions to vote
against any proposition to either con?
demn tho administration or ondorca
ihe State administration.
Several speeches wore made on the
tnbjeot and tho general expression,
while strongly against Cleveland, waa
that it would bo bad policy for tho con?
vention to take any action whioh would
widen tho breach between the two fao
iiona of tho Democraoy,
Timothy T. Beach voiced this aenti
m,ent in a paupery speech, in which he
spoke bitterly of Cleveland as a traitor
to tho Democraoy, bat Mid 09 did ??t
thiuk it the business of a monetary
convention to denounce him.
I ho con volition reassembled at 2
o'clock. Judge Samuel I'. MoCounell
wan cout.uoted to thu chair and made u
Abbreviated Telogcams of Newsy
AsHBVttiiiit, N, U., f). ? B. H, Wright,
who traveled lor tho nhoo firm of
Wiugo, Eilet? A Crump, liiohuioud,
Va., aud who lived iu this city, was
drowned at Pint Hock this moruiug.
He leaves a widow.
AsiiRViiitiU, N. U., C, ? Frank Blair,
formerly of Ashcville, reported iu jail
at I.on Angoton, Ca)., with his wife,
charged with child murder, was ouu of
this uity's most popular youug men.
Ho ih clusnly oontiectod with several
prominent families hero.
Washington, ?.?The Prosidout to
day called for the resignation of \Yi?.
11, Muuogno, Collector of Cnntoms at
Georgetown, 1), C, to take ell'ect upon
tho iippoiutmcnt aud qualitloatiou of]
his successor. Sumo tun? since cum
plaints were made and investigated as]
to irregularities iu Mr, Mauoguo's
Washington, ?.?Tho President to?
day removed from otlico C. B. Morton,
of Maine, Auditor lor tho Navy De?
partmhut iu the Treuaury. it is al?
leged thut Mr. Morton has written un?
complimentary letters nbout Mr. Cleve?
land, which have just coma to light,
aud that he uilorfored in Maiuu ap?
pointments against tho policy of the]
Winston, N. C, 5,?This was com?
mencement duy of tho Davis Military
College. Tho ozeruises wereol a high
order and creditably enrnud out. <b
cral P. W, Moiso, of .South Carolina,
delivered tho literary address. He
uiudo a beautiful comparison between
tho characters of Nupoluou Bonnpartu
and General Hubert P. Lee.
Loniiun. 5, The Pali Mali Gazette,
iu an articla on the Armenian situation,
oxprcssss boliof thut Hussia is behind
tho Sultan, ami thai there is littlo in?
centive for anybody to spend their I
strength to protect such u raco as tho|
Hicii.MONn, Va,, 5.?Judgos Go ft",
Simonton anil Soymour prc-iidcd in the
United State? Ci roll it Court of AppouL
hero to-day and the following wer? the
proceeding Barge Glide, appellant,
va. George W. Giiliin, appellee. Tho
Steamship Claudcboyv, ujipcllaut, vs.
Prig Dauntless, appellee, Loth eusos
weru artrued and stibmitted,
Nbw Yokk, 5.?Clayton MoMiohael,
proprietor ol tho Plnlodeliihin North
American, aud a director of tho As?
sociated Press, was served with com?
plaint is this city this morning iu a
libel suit brought by the United Proas
iu tim Supreme Court, the amount
sued for being 8100;000.
New YoitK, ?.--liruest P, Birming?
ham, editor of tho Fourth I '.state, was
aiie.-ted this morning on thu chargn
of crimiual libol brought by the United
Madrid, 5.?Major Clavijo, the
sailaut of Captain Genet al Primso
D'P.ivera, was btiot this moruiug.
MB)**' Ion far any
n'"cil of iv.-ur
illE e In ins y.
ekaflnc trusses, which R1V0
only partial roller ?t i<sst,
never cure, hut often Inflict
great Injury, Inducing in
ture, no rrmtt.-r of how lunrr
standing, or of what site, la promptly und
purrunnently curori without tku kuito uad
without pain. Another
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h the euro, of
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other varieties, without
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Judge Moran, of Chicago, for the
Acting Secretary of State Uhl May
Receive a Promotion to a Cabinet
Office. Don M. Dickinson is
in Favor of the
Bv Southern ?.ssoomtol Press.
Washington, D. c, June .r).?The
natno of Judgo Moran, of Chicago,
which bus been added to tho list of
posaibilitiei for tho oflico of Attorney
liuuerikl, seems to have this baste of
possibility hebiiul it.
Mr. J.W. Doaue, of Chicago,a prom
iuont bunker, und vice-president of tho
Pullman Pulaoo (,'ur Company, has
beou iu Washington several days, and
ia known to be a strong admirer of Mr.
Morau. Mr. Doaue was an intituuts
friaud of Searetury tiresham, and mo
cotnpnuiod tho President aud the Cab?
inet tu Chicago ou thoirresham funeral
train. There have been some eug
gcutiouH that Acting Scorotary Uhl,
of tho State Dopurtumnt, with whom
tho President was brought into
close relations during the illness of Mr,
Oresbam, nnd who took Mr. Greshain's
place ut tho cabinet oouooiln during
tho letter's illness, may reoeivo promo?
tion to u cabinet otlice. Mr. Uhl was
a loading member of tho Michigan bar
buforo his selection as Assistaut Secre?
tary of State. Ho is a wurin friond of
Don M. Dickinson.
he saw many stars.
A Basoball Player's Very Unfortunate
rioinn Itun lilt.
It was on a baseball field in this town
that the story we are writing originated a
few days 1150. Tho Illustration (jives a
good idea of how the bit was made, but
the fact of the matter Is it does not halt
express tbo ludicrous, but painful scene.
Tho player who was st ruck was tho catoher,
just as the batsman swung his bat to
strike for 11 home run.
Hut just such accidents are happoning
every day on the ball Held, unit It Is not
Infrequent one hears of a broken nose, a
dislocated jaw or something oven worse
n,s a result ul' the national game. Now, If
every bull player in this statu would keep
poiied by reading the newspapers, und
whenever be gOOS on the ll?ldttikea bottlo
of Quratol with him ho woultl ho saved
much suffering, for Quratol Is a quick
cur? tor sprains, bruises, sores, cuts and
wounds of every description. Druggists
sell it ;tt 50 cents 11 bottlo.
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