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VOL.* L?NO. 46
NORFOLK, VA., SUNDAY, .JULY II, 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS
5T19. filaissy and Cfp!. Wise Have a
Day (o Tii?inselves.
11 PISSED INT GOMPLIMEHfS
<8PTBiN WISE HIPUED SIISBPLI.
A Severe Cross-Examination. Mat?
ters of Public and Pri/atetharac
ter Inquired of. Traveling Ex?
penses, Congre ssional
When court opened yesterday moro
SDg tliu crowd rrus as large as on uuy
previous oocusiou. They expected to
a>e entertained as on Friday, but wero
?tifnppointe.l. as alter thu tir.-i storm
shcro was u prolonged oalm, T?o evi?
dence wn6 uuon thruiulbaru subjects,
(.ovo over so much that the nudiuucc
?is? lost interest. There was only
<<ue opportunity ior any of the
tureezv scuueu which have been wit
t.ehsed when i Hitters rolntiug to
Mr. Mas8ey's personal nr..I political
.character and hi* oQlcial condnot were
?oder consideration. Mr. AIuMsey ?i>
sheared in court a few tniuutes lute, but
?ooked well. Au u matter of fact, the
?oueruble plaintiff instead of breaking
4own physically under the severe
strain of cross?ezauiinatioDl to all ap
yuarauco has improved. Talking has
?agreed with him. and ultbough past 80
jears he is yet able to say ns ruauy
words in a day as the best of Ibem. Mo
hihI Capt. Wise are having a grout deal
?j( fun at euch others expuuisu aud the
?ard thiDga said always provoke a
Uov. MoKiuney arrived yesterday
morning aud occupied a seat upon the
Judge's bench with Uov. O'Ferrall.
?fudge Kirby, of Stanntoii, was also
tn court and bad a Boat in the bur.
Court had been opeuud a lew minutes
??Jhen Mr. Mnesey walked in anil took
She witness chair.
Jood morning, Mr. Mnssoy, said
Capt. Wise, l hopo yon restud well.
Hood morniug, Capt. Wise, I thank
you, 1 rented well.
Mr. Wiso, who is conducting the
eross-exnuiinntion, said: Mr. Mussey,
?where are tliu luttcrs that passet] bo
sweeu ynn and Col, ,I nines at the time
foil claim that you loaned bim $50,
J liav'nt them, sir.
Mr. Mnascy was attempting to es
flniti tho transaotioD m ?m own way
sind was interrupted by .Mr. Wise.
There wore frequent clashes between
Ibem in winch Mr. Masaey mid:
1 did respeol you heinru you turned
agiiiust Virginia aud her onus.
Capt. Wise roplie.l I will say that if
you, !iir, or any other iuan says I havo
ever done auythiug against Vtrgiuiu
or her sons he is t\ liar, und will occupy
in the fiitnro tho plueu that you liuve
|ireilicted the writer of the attiole pub
imbed in the Now Vork World against
you would occupy,
?liuige I'rciitis. with dignity, brought
down his gavel and told Capt. Wise to
?ft mi linn himself to his duty us counsel
conducting a cross einiuiuatiou, uud
21 r. ftlassey to his dntv as wituess.
In reply ton rjuestion, Mr. Alassey
said at tho time lie Beut the cheek to
Jutues ho was wur.iu^ m his i Mussoy <
interest lor a public ollioe, to which ho
<Mr. Massay , aspired,
I lure was auother spat between tho
viiness and Capt, Wiso winch tvus
spuckly checked uy the Judge.
Being questioned ns to the character
of .Mr. Amos Dickersou, Mr. Masaey
aiinl he knew uotblug against Mr.
IHokerson except ihat he did uot toil
She truth atiout ttie l'nrr atlair,
Ue said he could not say whether or
siot Mr. Dickorson is the unmutcr of a
?biirob in Floy.I. Mr. Mnssey satil he
lad not summoned witues.ses to im
j'uiicb the character of Diokersnn or
?'nrr. When asked it he kucw uny
thing against 1'urr. Mr. Mnssey sain if
airoper ho would say that Purr was in
westigsted by the Lec,is.iuturo for so
curing free passes on tho rnilroads for
ttiuisell nnd using them lor his family,
Mr. Wise then asked if th<? Iiegirla
sure did not investigate him, 2ir.-Mas
TUB LBOIIiATIVE INVHSTIOATTON.
Yes, sir; resolutions wore oilerod in
the stille Seinii.! by Senator Flood
?hinging tue wish traveling ou pusses
aud charging the amount up to the.
sStnte, I he charge was made by Air.
S'lood, wbi> wiim ut that tune working
for L.iuu i$ Co. No, sir; I do not know
ti nt Mr, Flood was attorney for (liun
Ji Co. at that tune, but I think so frntn
lus testimony given on thu stand to
this suit. Jt is only my opinion. 1
?do not know that ho was employed by
4hen Capt. Wise re.nl ihu unuutes of
Mho investig ition of tho charges againtt
,'JaU. Mtssey in the Batiste.
The inquiry covered tbo lilacksburg
College mutter aud the trip to Ala
buuia, winch latter matter was e.\
plaiued by the witness iu tbu same
mniincr that he explained it before the
Senate iDTestigattug (Jooiuiittue. Oil,
this subject Mr. Maseey said, the
reason iviiv 1 oliarged up the expeuso
I of my trio to the State was because I
waa hurriedly called home in tbo m
tercst of RlacksMirg College, aud hav?
ing to pay two fares on Hint
uccouut 1 did not think that I should
pay it. I
Capt. Wise?If yon had gone to Eu?
rope on your bridal tour and had re?
ceived this telegram, calling you homo
iu the interest of Biuokshurg Uollogo,
would you buve felt justified iu ouarg
ing it up to tho Slate '
Mr. Massey?Thut is a supposititious
????.-<? ami would never havo occurred
during my ullioinl term.
Will you explain, said Mr. Wise,why
you charged up to tue statu expenses
ol your trip ou ofliciul business wheu
you had passes iu your pocket?
Mr. Massey said ho considered tho
passeB as compliments to him aud
thought he had a right to charge tho
tare to the .State, lie did uot remeiu
her ho? mauy passes he had wheu he
was eieotcd Superintendent of L'.ducu
Von think that is honest'.' said Mr.
i corlainly do, said Mr. Massey.
Capt. Wise exhibited a copy of a
el nl emeu t ol the amounts paid to Mr.
.Massey as expenses during 1891 aud
L8U2, made out by .Juugo Watkiua, of
i-'nnuville. A diapute arose Lotwucu
Mr. Massey nud Mr. Wi e as to the
dales ol ths items, aud it wits pasted to
the jury to decide wbieb woe right nud
several ol them expressed tho upiutou
that Air. Massay waa right.
Relative to the S'iO'J allowed by tho
State to the .Superintendent of i'tiblic
Instruction fur expenses, the witness
listed that he thought that tho umuuut
which ho had drawu muco ho had bcuu
iu otlicc would average nbout ?400 per
a u num.
Mr. Massey said he was a member of
five Boards of Visitors to educational
lustitutious, etc., aud whuu he visited
these institutions iu ullicial capacity
ins travoliug expenses woro paid by
ins private ACCOUNTS.
Alter a very thorough examination
into the matter of traveling expenses,
Mr. Wise questioned Mr. Maesey as to
his i 11 niie ucooiiuts, Mr. .Muaaey said
iu 1S81 Ins income was $1,133 sad his
liviug expenses $1,231, Capt. Wibo
requested the witness to read from his
iilary tho items tUukiug the $1,231, As
tho vartOUl Hums of fatuity supplies,
such us sugar, etc., were read, Capt.
Wido took them doivu ami then oou
sumeit ubout hull an hour's tiuio in
adding up the coliimu ol liglires and
reported that ho made the figures
$1,214, but wo.i i uot say that his ad?
dition was correct.
Capt. Wise questioned Mr. Massey as
to doctor bills nud other Hems of ex
peuse uot loiiud iu the list, aud Mr.
Massey said, when taking tho atumi,
bu had informed the jury that this uu
count was oue he kept of his enrroot
expouses and wus not absolutely cor
reut; that it was a privulo account tor
his own convenience, Being questioned
us to tho expeuso uf conducting
his political cumpuigu mat year.
Mr, Massey said his expenses were
not heavy; that wheruvur ha went tho
committees generally paid the hotel
M.i- or he stopped with friends. When
he had political headquarters in Rich?
mond, when ho was a candidate lor
Liovornor, the expeuse was defrayed by
Ins friends, lie kept do acoouot of
the money he pa;.I out on thut occasion.
.Mr. Massay said ho did uot know
what his oxpeu-.is were the veur ho uu
against Capt, Wieo for Lougress.
t apt. Wiso asked how much be
thought the jury ought to tukc off for
Ihu items not mentioned in the diary,
aud Mr. Massey said: I think tbo jury
id competent to settle that qucstiou.
Witu reference to the amount of
money which the son of the witness
owed him in 18 I ?. Mr. Massey could
not rely upon memory lo stale all the
transactions that occurred so long ago.
Lio was satistied that the $I,.K)7 de?
posited in 1881 was in addition to that
on deposit in 1880.
In the cross examination us to this
amount loaned his sou, it was disclosed
Unit .Mr. .Massey had a sou in the Au?
ditor's otlicc. Ves, said .Mr. Massey,
out ol eleven clerks one was my sou.
And you hud udunghttir M your otlicc
since you have bocu Sieperititondeut of
I'Iducatiou und a grand child iu the
Miller School, "I nope you will get
this last matter snflicieutly aired after
a while, and I also hope thut you will
produce that affidavit."
Capt. W ise said he would do so ut
the proper time.
Von can never do it because there is
no such Bllidavit, Von admitted yes?
terday thai you wont to tlie judqn aud
stated that toe facts iu your daughter a
niliduvit wern true.
Ycs, sir; wheu 1 learned of my
ilaugnier's desire, I went toytho judge
sud salted turn to favor her request,
??WHI, Kan) Mr. Wise, no will sco
ubout the application later.
When roferrtng to the political cam
paigns it was impossible lor Capt. Wise
ami Mr. Massey to progress without
i Continued on ?tcon? page.
1he "Clfti" im m
The '"Magicians" Hyptonize Tiiem
and Win Two Out of Throc.
A Series of Games Noted for tlie Hard
Hitting ot Both Teams. "Foxy"
Fry Wins Another Game.
Weeks Is Steady, but Is
winrc tbo Club? pint io-t)nr<
Potorftbnrc hi Nurfnlli
I'oriamontti ai l,?ix lihiirc,
IC t ell in? ii ?I ni ICoaituUe.
^isiiSIiij e> Hie < lob?.
Won I o<t for Cent.
Ilicunion I. IS p.'3 ,0?it
I.yurhburK. :!s 3U fC
Portsmouth. :j< 33
Petersburg. St .500
Norfolk. Ill Ii .8BU
Kuan, i o. -? 15 .Ilili
11? Soatberll ?meoiaie i Preis.
Roanokr, Va , Jnly HI.?Hoanoko
took auothur closely coutested game
from Norfolk this afternoon. It was n
slugging mutch,in whiolt the local." bad
tbe best of it. Norfolk also made
orrrora at critical points. Score:
f. II FOR It II I'll
Shtrsr.cf. i ? .' U MefJsan, is. i I o
Knli/. If...... J I u U U llagau.Sb. I a I I
Slab', rl .i 2 2 0, Melinits, vf. . I I t i
I.illn.', lb ... 2 ii 7 0 late, lb I II II 0
rn II. ii -Jh ,021 11 Thornton, .b i u I I
rSranaugb.ts U 0 0 l Kell?, II ? ?> o I
W.l.b c .. 0 :i 4 i, !?>ll n n i.ri .' I i o
Vi?x, ilb ... ii l :i I on-. . nie
Kry.p. ?i I ii i iVeek?, |>.. . o u e I
Tula!. S 111 2 .| Telal. 7 12 27 I
i . rcursn balled foi Magluiils iu the nlnlb.
s oki*. BT INSISUS
Iteanoke.4 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0?8
Nuilulk.2 0 1 I 3 U a U ft?7
Si mm.mi y: Famed Buna ? Hoaooke,
:!; Norfolk, 3, Three Base Hit -Little.
Two l;.v ?? Hits Magiums, l ate. Bafo
on Hulls ?Oil Fry, J; oil" Weeks, l.
Struck Out By Fry, 2; by Weeks. 1.
Double Plays? Thornton, T?te and
Cote. Wild Fitches?Fry, 1; Weeks.1.
Hit hy Pitched Hull Thornton, Stolen
Bases ? FultZ, Stahl, 2; Cavunan^h,
Colliflower. Time of Came?2:15, Urn
Illtliiuoiid and i.i nebburc Broke
157 Southern Asiooi.ttoJ 1'ru-iii
Richmond, Vo., July 13. ? Kiehmoud
and Lyuchliurg played two games to?
day which resulted in a stand oll. 1 he
tirst went to Klcbiuoud uud Lyuobburg
was shut oiii. lu the second, however,
the Hill Climbers batted thu bail ul!
ovor tho park uud won out with ease.
I'utinoliill did some wonderful woik in
tho first game, but Flyuo, who tossed
the second, went all to piccus. Ames
did the stellar work for Lyuc?burg.
It 11 E
Iticbiuoml.0 0 0 0 1 0 5 1:! Ill IS 1
Lin hburit.ii o u 0 o.o n u o - 0 3 -
Batteries: Tauuehill and Foster;
Kagoy and Schnbel.
1! II E
Itichmond .. 1 0 2 0 :i 0 0 o o? i. lu '.
Lyuoh urg..u 2 U 6 2 2 0 U x ?12 13 2
Batteries: Flyuo aud Foster; Ames
[Holes min 4.o??l|i ot iiu- liarnr,
Thornton hail live assists at secou.l
McLaughlin has been an umpire lor
Half aud Childs found tbe ball all
Norfolk could ouly Und Fry lor
twelve hits yesterday.*
Cavauuugh accepted nino chances
yesterday, without an error.
Pitcher A, (I. I'oslor, who was ro
leased by tbe Portsmouth management,
hai received three oilers.
Hull made u magnificent pick up of
ii hot grounder yesterday, for which
he was liberally applauded.
"Old Soldier" Joaues >; us yet under
the weather, but he took time yestur
day to gather iu a difficult lout Hy.
Anus, Lynoliburg'i new pitcher, was
put iu tho box yesterday u^uiuat Hich
mond and bo won bis gumo hands
Tho tlireo now men to join the
??Truckers" aro namod Oavell, Kiusell
und IJiiluuoy. They all havo good
"Pop" T?te ain't doing a tiling for
the hull, lie hud three hits iu yeater
day's game, one run, fourteen put
outs aud no errors.
Thurston is a "bendy andy" kiud of
a fellow. Lie can bo iiaeil in ull post*
tious. There was u sigh of relief yes?
terday wheu ho leliavud Heed ut short.
Mi. Kagey, of tho Ciyuehburg team,
essayed the role of pitcher y est or day
against .fake W?lls (lock of "Hluo
Birds," and they proceeded to pick out
sixteen good, snfo hits oft' Iii? delivery.
They only muilo ouo error iu the
Hrenunu, of thu Petersburg team,
acted very badly yesterday in tho muth
luinug ol the tirst game. L'mpiro Hog
gins called him out on strikes. Ho
grew angry ami hurled his hut in the
direction of Mr. Hoggins, und walked
toward him us if he would du him bod?
ily harm, wheu ho was slopped bv
some of i he pinyor*. Slick rowdyism
should be spredily suppressed, uud Mr.
Hoggins should bare then and there
imposed tbo heaviest penalty under tbe
rules. That kiud of behavior will not !
bo tolerated in tbie league. a |
Ulevelaud Uaa signed young AI i
'l'ebea\i- -not related to tbo other j
TobeniiB, lint like them a I1 voly , uuu pp v ;
player 61 great batting ability. He will j
be used us utility niun. Thin is the
player that was anxious to sigu with
Portsmouth. He could have been got?
ten for lens money than is being paid
some members ot the team.
What Lynchburg did for Flyuu
yesterday was euuugh to break the
heart of tlio greatest and most ardeul
"rooter" that ever sung the proisos of
that young "twirler." No, you cau
rest assured that he is nut iu tho same
class with Uraudt, Hallmau aud others
who can be mcutioned. Tim Viiuiinian
asks the Hichmoud Mute tho causo of
this great catastrophe
If Mam.-ger Brsdy really wants to
have a running tuam in Portsmouth,ho
should not let hie personal preferences
gain tho mastery over his judgement.
; bull playors aru what a tuatittite a suc?
cessful team, and h mail's ability to
play tho gamo ought to be the princi?
pal ? iiiuNtiou involved, and it should bo
ono to ho considered in lavcr of bis re?
tention or dismissal.
I lie MA 11 ?in u I 5 ? . :u. tiiaiuesa
It 11 R
I'ittsburit ... 0 0 0,0 0 0 1 0 0? 1 i! 1
Urooklyu _,.o 0,3,0 u 0 1 0 0 I 7 I
Batteries: llawloy and Merrilt; Gum?
bert und (Jrim.
At i tuciunali?
it ll IS
Cm 'iiu ill.0 0 0 :) 1 1 n 0 x .". H 4
Washington.IUI 1 Ii U II 0 II- ? U Q
Batteries: Dwyernnd Murphy: Maul
nn I Metiuirc.
A i ( levcluud -
It II E
Cleveland .o o 0 n n n <i \? :t ? a
New t?rk.. I 0 U-'l 0 0 0 ? 0? 3 6 1
Batteries: Young nud /.immer; Clark
At Louisville ?
I! it t.
I on s ilu.. .0 J II Ii ii 0 ll ii 0 ii ID I
boston.. ..'? iQuuoi x-l? ill :t
Batteries: Cnnoiughsoi, Warner and
Spies; Nichols aud Tciiuy.
At Bt. Louis?
n ii E
St. Louis!. a n o o l u :t 0 0? 4 ra ?_?
Philadelphia . .6 i. d ?? i u o u 0? 9 n a
Batteries: Staley, ktseingor and
Miller; Taylor aud Clements.
ll ll i:
Ubicngn, . .l a u 0 0 0 1 U 0? i tu l
UuUilll re..3 II ? U 0 U 0 I 0 Sil 3
Batteries: Terry and Donohuo;Hof
fur und Iii.hin -on,
MIDSUI/i M E.R S ALL
Embroideries. Wright's, 190 Main
We havo jii-t o| enetl 2,995 yards of
the very choicest of this i-euson's em?
broideries, in ewis", uaiusnok, cambric
and Zephyr, iu while nud fancy colors,
1 to S-inch wide. These goods were
bought sumo time back, umi wero duo
ns six weeks ago. Coming so lute wo
havo placed thi m on spm-inl sale at
once at 80, inc. 12 je, Ifio, I8e,
lii'o und 25c u yam. worth fully 50 per
ocut, more. In couneotion with this
wo will pluco ou alo our stoek ol
Wash Dkrss Coo us.?5c, Fifteen
dlfferoot style- ol lawns, innII? and
ginhLins, former price Pic to 15c,
T'c, 1,000 yards best Amerioati dress
ginghams, in lino dainty stripes
uud checks, the choice of this sea?
son's styles-, valued $12 c.
d;c, Our entire slock of lawns, batnie,
ducks, dimities, percales, salines
und Kreuch gn barns, were I2J0 to
Specialprices 0 1 - ka to clear them
up -"J?c, n'do, I U; aud 59o, wero
89c, "?0c, T.'ic nud $1,
Win ..ii r's,
I9C Maia stieet.
A |!i ),mm 1 iis? br Clrr.
By Soutboru A-ncciatol Press
Bautimouk, July Id. Ouo of tho
handsomest stables in the state, six
h irsee, thrue ol theiu valuable trotters,
a number of carriages, hI hs and a
groat quuutity ol iced were destroyed
by lire ut Beaumont, the country I onie
ol Mr. Win. Launhau, in Baltimore 1
county this moruiug, l'he loss is ubout
Vlee-I'realdrill Mrn inuii.
1ST Southern Associate J Press.
Sr. Louis, July 13,?A special from
Bloomtogloo, Iiis., says that Vice
President Stevenson this morning
started lor Bar Harbor, Mo., with his
family whore he will spend several
weeks. No menti >u is uu. to of the
condition of Mrs. stovousou, and it is
assumed tnut it lias improved.
Vau liuliiyol ?Iorder tu 1110 First
HiiTiMo-.il, Vs., July 13.?At L?nen
burg Courthouse to-day Solomon Mur
able, on trial for the fnurder of Mrs.
Pollard, was fouud guilly of murder 111
tho first degree I he two woman in?
dicted for the same crime will be tried
A I'lai . si a i,-im, in.
Sew Maiikkt, Miuu, Simmons
Liver llognlator cured mu of liver
complaint and palpitation of the heart.
I UHeil many other remedies but witU
no relief until I begun takiug S. L. Ii.
Wm. Schnitz. 'i mir druggist sells it
iu powder or ! quid. Tho powder to
ho taken diy or made into a tea.
"Newest Discovery"?Ext. teeth ne
paiu, N. Y. D. Looms, 102 Maia.
Knocked by an Iron Rail from the
Picked Up Ten Feel from Hie Track j
and Carried to Ocean View. Two
Other Young, Men Slightly In?
jured. Another Accident
An accidont uccurred on tho Uceau
View railroad ahjut live niilea from
the city yesterday afternoon iu which
(Joiiduotor Arthur Page was very
The truiu lult Norfolk at 3:30 with a
large crowd uu board. Capt, Page
was iu clou go ot thu train, und was ou
the outsidu platform taking up tickets
when.in some manner not ex plained, he
was struck by uu iron rail. < >nu of thu
old rails which hnd beeu taken up and
placed on thu side of the track. The
Iraiu was running at the usuul spend
and be was knocked from the plattorm
nnd full in u ditoh tun foul away. Two
other young mon were nlnn struok by
the rail and knocked (rom tho plat
I lu traiu, altor running about 101)
yards, was .stopped uud the wounded
men wcro picked up aud earned to
i Icoau View. L)r, L. II. Anderson,
who wiih nbonrdod, attendml Mr.
Pagu at the collage ot his brothor, Mr.
II. I,. Pago, wberu Ins wounds woro
Uu received n out about nu inch long
in tliu right leuiplu. There was a gasti
under his chin tour or live niches long
and a gash ou thu calf of ouo of his
legs rix inches long. Mo was also
bruised in his right sido nod it ans
thought that perbapn one ol his ribs
The wounds under tba chia aud on
tlio leg urn veiy ugly und suverul
at itches bad to he taken iu them. Lust
muht Mr. i' was hind to ho doing
as well as could be expected.
Tin: Virginian's mlormant did not
leatu tho names of the other young
men, who were knocked trom the
pisiform, but understood that they
were not seriously hurt. What caused
the uccideut no one appuuisnblu to
Ihne were nil kinds of rumors
atleut last night. One to the ofleet that
attached to a lato train coining to thn
city wus ii repair, car thnt in turning a
OUrve tho repair ear was thrown from
the trae'i. and u mini on tho cur badly
hurt. Whether this is truo or uot,
Tub Virginian is unable to say,
THE FARRAHL MURDER TRIAL.
The Defendant Sheds Tears When Her
Home is Spoken of.
r.y Southern Assooiated I'rait,
La Plata, Md., July 13. -Mrs. Helle
l'urrall sued tears in court to day for
the lirst timo stiioo her trial for thu
murder ot bcr husband begun almost a
foiluight ugo. It was when one of hur
own counsel was speaking of whut
he termed "the happy 1 mm I home."
The courtroom was uncomfortably
crowded whuu to day's session began
it wai then thought that the case
would go to tho jury haforu night, hut
ox Congressman Mudd did not con?
clude his argument until ulteruooii
und tho cnurt then udjourned unlil
Monday, loaviug unheard the argu
meats of Col. Wilmer lor thu dolenso
und Mr. Mitchell fur thu prosecution.
Tbo concensus of opinion expressed
hy those best aide to pass judgment is
favorable to the hniidsomu ilelendaiit,
und n mistrial or a verdict of noijmttal
is eonliuently expected Monday night
IHh CONDITION OF FINANCE.
Statement of Hie Associated Banks fur
the Week Ending July 13.
IIT Southern AsaocnitoJ I'ruis.
Nkw York, July Hi. The Now York
Financier says this week: The state?
ment of the associated banks of this
city for the wool, euding July 13, is the.
lirst in woeks to show a oontraoliou iu
toaus, tho net docroaao being 82,512,
1 he uggregalo volume, however, is
t>t11i far above the average.
The failing oil was not uunxi'o ?fed,
since tho business transacted on the
Stock lixoheuge during the week bus
been much lighter than usual, and the
demand for luinls has boon l?s?. Ouo
year ago loans were declining regularly
week by week, while duposiis wero pil?
ing up steadily, und while loans wore
thou nearly SI00,Hi 10,000 lees than de?
posits, the difference now is but Soli.
1)00,003. in other words, loans wore
then over $28,000,000 less than at prsii
ant, and dep.is ta woru ovor $22,000,000
higher (ban the amounts now bold by
the Now York buuks.
? 11,1 siinini>r?iiic oi Silks,
Prices to close out. Think of line
India and China silks lu plaids and
figured, worth -10 nud 50c., now only
25e.; TafXe.ta finished Cuina silk, worth
50c. aud 00c, now only 39o.; India
? brocade silk, worth T?c, now iOc.
I!. A. riAUNDBRS.
?Ii > ??? -?Ii ?!???? m .?seilt?.
I Hcsutifnt .mill bats, nil shapea in
chips and Legborna, a lull lino of niilii
I nery at Mrs. P. Hies, lOi Church
IHE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS.
A Vast Concourse Present at the Hall
and Tent Meetings.
Bonos, July 10.?Tho third full day
of the great Christian Kndoavor Con?
vention opened with tho some fair sky
und cool iitiuoHiihoro which oliaraetur
i/ml its predecessors. Tho uniial ourly
Oioruillg prayer meetings wero hold
from ti:'.0 to 7:10 a. ni. in tho various
churches, nud were twenty one in num?
ber, some prominent visiting diviuo
presiding ut each.
At 12:10 p. iu. Nov. J. Wilbur Chop
man. D. I?., ol Albany, addressed u
Urge gathering in l-'unuoill ilnll.
The Tout Willistou on the Common
was also peeked nl tho oponiug of tho
morning session. President Clark pro
sided and ?leorge K. Somorby, of
Boston, load the twenty minutes praiso
When this mooting dissolved tho an
dieuce joinod the great arowd at the,
opeu air meeting around the soldiers'
monument. An vast a conoourao us
could crowd hiinealh the canvas was
present iu Tout I'.ndeavor whoii ttus
tne, Rer. .1. Iii. Iiowdou, of lloston,
opeued the forenoon meeting,uud Hev.
Dr. S. Foster, of Washington, begau
tho preliminary prayer service. This
great gathering also joined the larger
one at the open air meeting ontsido.
Due of the most iuterostiiiK guthor
mgs of the entire convention was the
junior tally in Mnrhanica Hall this af?
ternoon. The spacious hall wus given
up entirely to thu junoirs, who gatiicrcd
GREAT HALF-PRICE: SALE.
Rain and Sun Umbrellas, Sale Price,
Begins Monday, duly I5tb, at the
wondetlitlly low price of 7Wo oaoh, lire
suitable for ladies' ami gents' use,made
of silk nud Fugliah gloria, lust blnok,
natural loop, luoiiruiug ami olive wood
huuulen, paragon frames and silk tas?
sels, usually bold by the trado al $1.20
Will also pinoa on sule out* case cronm
white flannel, St inchus widu, pricu was
2fio, sale price, 15c per yard.
1,000 yards whito twill towelling
crash, diu yard.
He sure to visit uoxi wool, tho Modern
Lkvv Bros,, 17-J Main 6troot.
Clubbed in iieniii by it t'ollcmun.
Ui.i'.viii.Avn, O., July 13.?About 5
p. in., a sailor uamed Fred Burnett
asked for a glass ol loot lu H. Htiuhols
saloon, at tlio corner ol Clark and
Scratitou avenues. He was told that
there was un beer, i'l his angered htm
and drawing a knife, hu made a luuge
at Mrs, Hiiuhols oultiug bar in tho
faro. Policeman Coiignn happened
to bo iu tho neighborhood und hu
closed in on the sailor. The luttsr
fought desperately with his kmfo, but
Kaiigiiu got the hotter of him ami club?
bed bim tu death, It is thought Hut
nett was orazy.
PROTECT THE LITTLE ONES.
Tho Hot Aaeldant Insurance Palloy Is a
Ilnw tie you know that some member of
your family will not. before tho ttay is
gone, or piitstbly before the risn fit the sun
tomorrow, bo suffering from tbo tortures
of a burn, n cul or a wound. Accidents
will happen In the heal regulated families,
and we nro none too careful at best Then,
tho little ones do not always know when
they am in daagor. Wo cannot tell yon
how to prevent theso ucoidonts; ?f course,
ho as careful as possible An accident In?
surance policy Is i good thlug in its way;
it will help support your family when you
are disabled, but It iloes nut accomplish
tho most desired object. The best Insur?
ance polier Is .-i speedy eure, and when a
positive, effective ami speedy euro for
hums, scultis, euts ami wounds of all
kinds can bo kept hnndy In the house,
ready for every emergency, no mother or
father la Justified In running the risk of
having their i tillclreu suffer for hours,
possibly from the tortures of u burn or
heald, while au attempt is made to pro
euro ti remedy or it physician sent for.
There are hours when It is Inconvenient
to secure either. Thousands of families
now keep Qurntol, tho now emergency
remedy, iu their modloine chost, 'i'hoy
Und use for it, nearly every day, aud would
nut be without It You cannot afford to
bi without Mt (Tiro your wound or burn
before inflammation seisin. It will never
set iu If Qurutul is applietl at OOOO.
Mr. J K Hooker, editor of the Suffolk
Herald, Suffolk, Vs., says: "I have found
Quratol a valuable remedy in my house?
hold My wife has used It for a sovoro
acald wilb entirely satisfactory results.
We have also used it In various otbor in?
stances, and consider it a valuable family
Mr B I*. Molotc, brick mason, 113
Mait.by avenue, Norfolk, Va., says: "My
littl? uhllri fell accidentally on a stove,
burning her face very badly. I tried (Jur
ntol with wonderful results. It took tbo
lire out in a remarkably short time, nutl
the wound hnalcd rapidly. It is tbo best
remedy for burus I ever used."
1 Druggists sell It?50 cent*.
MAYER & CCX,
UF.AI I RS IN
Railroad, Steamboat and
4 anci 6 West Market Square,
Two Girls With a Fondness for a
Life of Danger,
Tho Desperadoes are Located in Their
Favorite Stronghold, Near Violet
Springs. Sheriff Deford is
Preparing to Dislodge
Them with Dynamite.
Lly Houtlicrn Associate 1 I'reii.
Oklahoma OlTY, O. T., ? July 13,?
ShurilT DeFord, who hns just returned
from the pursuit of tho Christian gang
of outlaws, lutes that a posse o( fifty
oOicors are in closo pursuit and have
the desperadoes located in oue of their
favorite strongholds near Violet
Springs. Sominolo statioc A battle
suuuis inevitable. A reward of $1,000
is offered by the tiovoruor of Oklahoma
for the Christians and losser rewards
are offered for tho otbor members of
With tho band are Jessie Finley and
I'.mma Johnson, haudnonie girls who
are the sweethearts of tbo two leaders.
It is said they were thu persons who
smuggled revolvers to the Christian
brothers while tbey wero in jail bare
and assi.itod in their oscapo. Sheriff
DeFord ruturucd to tho sceuo of tbe
ex pooled enconutet to day, taking with
huu an abundant supply of ammuni?
tion, including dynamite. Tbe latter
may bo used to dislodge tbe gang.
It was tho intnutiou of tho outlaws to
begin u series of train aud bank rob
beries, and tho country in tbo vioinity
ol their camping grounds is iu a state
terror. Lust Monday night thu gang
ruidod ,1. C. Siroron'a store, at Violet
Springs, aud secured 3360 in cash aud
n.s much iu goods.
Extra guards of Deputy Marshals
Imvu beun plaeod on all Snntn Fo trains
south of Purooll, and spodial warnings
huvo beon issued to tbo train orews.
Tho bank at Wewoka hah been guarded
for a week.
I Special prices this week well msdo
suit, worth $2.00, now $1.88; also finer
grudus in white, blue aud bluok ia
stripes, dots and figured.
R. A. iSAoNDERS.
Cbnioo Miehignu bay, timothy and
mixed on track will bo sold cbenp, D?
1'. Heid .v Uro.
? Hot Weather I
p Headaches ^
Arc mostly due to the cyea,
1 lie linen-.' beat and "flsra" of the
siia weiken?often prriuaneutly in?
jure? tb? M?hl. A piir of suitable
glasses will rsniedy si this. We'll niake
l,Sc examination -tell you waot A
/nur evil? tf
;.nil a-ljosi tbcia?iviiliocT A
best init'il K,r ymir
nil a "
. rf* 111A BOS
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Eslate and Rental Agents,
20 HANK .ST.
Residences?2G York street.
107, IKS Vvrk atieet.
Ii Charlotte, IM Bousn.
Two ue? hon?.?, i olonlal avenue, Ghent.
- . hnke street, 71 Mui mir ?irevt.
?, W'ond ? 11e,i. tV) i?lklau<l.
31 Walke slrest.SOS Cburoh street, 1ST ctispej.
Hill I ..illl atrnue. 10* Haik avenue,
i it IVillouebbjr, 12.1 Qlbbs svenns.
.. . erguaon aii n .p.
Flau i-'i Bank, IM I bnrob street.
i eorli 233) , Church street.
Offii pi- J9, 10?. ISS Main slr.ei.
Sloras? 7 Hauk ?Irest, 6S, 71 Wat.'r Mre?!.
I'orner .lames lllll Hi; I. Pint abure.
Km rent u. iooer 1st, iSI Yerk. I'M York.
Ii.. i bun Ii >tr?et,large house, -inlal le for board*
Burruss. Son & Co.,
Commercial and other boslnesi paper dis?
I hi/.- negotiated ou favor.ihio terrai.
( ity HoHds and other aoeurities bought
Deposits recoived and nocounts iuvitoJ.
Interest allowed on t:tue dopoitti.
H.ito Deposit Roses for reut. Charges
Draw It III of l'.vhange nn.1 make cable
tran-for-i to Kurope.
Letters of ere lit issued to principal cities
Of tho world. ooii
Tho tramp life lusnrsnoe agents who tries
to make you beiie.e that any other regular
life insnrauoa compauy pays ss large dl?r
clouds or surplus as tho Northwestern
Mutual, is guilt? of deception by using mis?
leading RATIOS, whioh uo honest wan
wonld employ or exhibit, as Umy are made
up ts craato a falso ibiprusdoa.
D. Humphreys & $mp
OENT, AOVNT"! N'O?TM Wr ' |,,M"'