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The Proceedings Yesterday Wete Devoid
ol Special interest.
II FORMER m FOR SLRNDER
me tiiinoei Depositions Pronounced ty me'
Ploiniiii 10 Be false.
THE JUCBE IS BETTING TIRED,
tSo is the Jury and Lawyers. Mr.
Massey Still on the Stand, When
Ho Will Stand Aside Nobody
Knows. Longer Hours
Being Talked Of.
Tbe Messey-Pilot smt ia dragging
?loug very slowly, nud tho chances are
1ltat it will oxtoud over into next week,
ilr. Massey i- Btiti upon tho stund
*ud tbero is" no lulling when ho will bo
requested to step aside it the present
prugramme is eoutiuucd. ('apt. Wise
?ousunte.i ult of yesterday asking ques?
tions, nud runuy points which have
tteeu out before were brought out for
tho Boeoud time.
Frequently Mr, Wise nud the wit
cess were called to ortler by the court
?ud told tbal their discussion of mat?
ters which hail nothing to do with the
issuo was eonsomiog time. Judge
i'reutis said otieo with great earnest
iiess that he was tired aud wautod tbo
case to go abend.
Tbe atteutiuuee was large yesterday
morning, but before the court ad?
journed tho amen corner was deserted
*nd Jndge Gunter, tlov. McKiuuey
*nd others who had seats upon the
judge's bench retired.
The proceedings were of a decidedly
uninteresting chttraotor. Nothiug new
wns brought out, Judge 1'reutis is
reported to have said ut adjournment
that bo did not think tho case bad
moved forward an inch since the open?
ing of the court that morning,
Uu the Norfolk ami Western train
yestorday, Oapt. G. W. B. JJale and
?lr. Hartwell, of Franklin, reached
Js'orfolk. It is said they came to tes?
tify for tho defense as to the character
ol Mr. .lames.
Mr. Masi-oy was in court oarly aud
nt ouco took the witness chair, tie
bad wult him bis uoconut book which
Las occupied so much timo since lie was
called to the stand.
Tbo train from Suffolk was late, ami
as Judge l'reutisa spent Sunday at
borne, it was 10:55 when tho oourt was
called to order. As soou us court was
opeuetl Oapt. Wisu said: Good inoru
lug, Mr. Massey; I hope you speut a
fdeusaut Sunday, nud Mr. Massey tuid,
Good morning, air; ( did not epeud a
ydcasaut Suuday, I was not very well.
Ult, HAKSEV'fl INCO&IB AN I? KM'KNSUS.
Mr. Wise <juestiouod Mr. Massey as
to his income nud expenses for several
years, ruuuiug back to 1880, Oapt.
wise read tho deposition of ins
lirother, Joseph T. Masesy, relating to
the transfer <>i tbe Ash Lawn farm ?tut
the assumption of Ins, Mr. Massey'
debts, amounting to nearly 81-, 000.
Oapt. Wise asked ir tho statomeut was
correct nud ho replied Hiat it wns,
He then said if that farm was so pro?
ductive will yon explain ti? the jury
liow it was you saved nothing from I87ii
to 1880. Mr. Massey said the farm hsd
tic-ou greatly improved during that
time. When asked about his personu!
property iu 1880 Mr. Massey said be
iind SI,'.'uu in bank on a certificate of
deposit. Mr. Wise said his tax list
?bowed 810 worth of personal property.
Mr.Massey explained by saying be was
acting then us the agom of his brother.
C'apt, Wise nslted Mr. Massey if he
woulil hay bo turned over uny money
from the farm to his brother nud Mr.
Massey said that ho would dot.
In tbe course ol examination Mr.
Massey said in 1881 bo had $4,000 iu
cash, $2,000 ol which was out on in?
terest, (.'apt, Wise asked how it was
that iu 18S? he made a return of no
Mr. Massoy said be never returned
for taxation any mouoy due him, aud
faul ll titere is any wrong in that act
lie was willing to boar it, and re?
marked: "Let lunj who ih without sin
cast the first stone." nud suid there
will be no whole windows loft, iu Nor?
Ciipt. Wise eontiuuod to examine
Mr. .Massey ns to his sources of reve?
nue aud bis expenses, ami askod if tno
witues.i knew any other farmer who
made as big profits us bo t Mnssoy i ut
Mr. Massey said that bo did not
know anything about other people's
iiuBitieas. Cnpt. Wise then remarked
?hut he ought to bo Superintendent of
Mr. Massey, in explaining the pro
Anetiveness ol his farm lor the years
In question, sniJ bis lirst wile was one
of the most businesslike women he
ever knew; that her marketing, ote.,
produced more money Ibun was nocet),
rury to buy clothing und groceries for
(he family. At one time she soltl more
^ ban 850 pounds of butter. Shu had
or own money, which she nsed in her
I a>wa way for tiie support of the family,
bunco the email demands made upon
bim from tbtit direutiou. In making
this statement uu said he desired to
Bbed upon thum nil the light possible.
I ? ANOTHER SPAT.
There was u disngrooable mianuder
stauding between Mr. Massey und
Capt. Wiso. growing out of a questiou
us to bow Mr. Massey's sou could pay
him buck $2,590 iu 189U, when all that
be bud loaned him up to that time was j
31.000, the other SI,UUD being a girt.
Witness nttum))ted to explain wheu in?
terrupted by Cuut. Wiso. Mr. Massey
claimed that the lawyer was iiiterjoct
iug reniurks into bis, MaBsoy'e, replies,
aud Capt. Wise snid that Mr, Masacy
wus trying to arguo the case.
Judge 1'runtis called both to order.
Mr. Massey appealed to the Judge aud
said Capt. Wise had been abusing biui
ever eiuee the case ?m culled,
Mr. Wise douicd this statement and
Mr. Thorn uroso and said ho would en?
ter a most solemn protest against the
character ot the oxnniiuntiou; thut to
bis certain knowledge Cnpt, Wise bad
been insulting htm (or the last three
, Capt. Wise snid he took the witness
on Friday and hud buu one hour; that
bo bad htm on Saturday aud to-day.
You snid 1 have insulted buu for three
days and the balance of your state
ii.mit is about as correct as that part of
it. J have a right to cross-examine
bun and I will do it my way if it tukos
J ndgo Proutis eaid be was getting
tired aud be wanted couusel aud wit
u?sb to confine, themselves to proper
questions und auswera.
Cnpt Wise?"You bad, Mr. Massey,
S3,00? iu ihut secret drawer in 1800V"
"I bud more tluiu that."
Capt. Vi ise -"ilow much did you
have in thai drawer iu 1884?"
Mr. Massey?"I cauuot tell."
Capt. Wise?"Von loaned James SID
und cbnrged interest on it?"
Mr. Massey---"Yes, sir. When I
loan money 1 expoct interest."
THE SCOTT TELEGRAM,
Mr. Wise holding n piece ol yellow
paper in bis baud, supposed to bo a
telegram,said: A few'days ago you said
that Wiuglield .Scott told you ubout
I'urr. He wos about to rend from the
telegram wheu an objection was raised,
Mr. Wise brought out iu the argu
incut that tho telegram was from Scott
und thut In- bud Haid Mr. Mnssoy was n
malicious lutr aud that he would bo iu
The court ruled that he could not
read tho telegram, but that lie could
question the witness about the contents
ot the telegram. When questioned Mr.
Massey said be could not say that
Hooit wus u liar, because he did not
use thut language iu court, but he
would suy his statement wua untrue, as
untrue as statements mado by others
who huvc been brought here to testify
iu the case
,iThou you will r-oy wheu Mr. Scott
cots here that another liur bus been
hoard lroui. In the discussion which
followed this remark, Mr. Massey Bsid
ho did not use such language iu court.
Hut you uro reported to have done so
by your colleagues parties to this
Judge Heath asked what Mr. Mas?
sey intended by ill is remark, what he
meant bv the word colleague?
Mr. Massey said parties to tho suit ?
Mr. WiHcsai.l: Hut you did call n
man u liar in L'rnnkliu.
Yes, sir, said Mr. Mousey; but Hint
wus not iu court.
Capt, Wise asked Mr. Massey if this
was the tiret suit of this character he
had ever been in,
Mr. Massey find, No, sir, 1 was sued
once mysolf for plunder and the party
got a verdict of I cent damages and
had to pay costs.
Mr. Wise said: Mr. Masse v, it
would be right tunny if you get tho
same kind Ol n verdict in tins court.
Is that proper? asked Mr. Timm.
l'lease go ou with the case aud con
line yourself to legal questions, eaid
.i udgo Prentiss,
Capt. Wise questioned Mr, Massey:
Mr. Massey, is u true thut you want to
see it party named Joseph Eflioger
about marrying the wulow Mati/.e, and
stHted thut you could ititliiutico her and
would do so if be would give you
82,000? I do not think that was the
exact statement of the party as lo that
Capt, Wiso ?1 will rend the party's
sworn atliduvit lo the matter.
Mr. Thotu objected to this deposi?
tion being brought into tho case, uud
the issue was argued by Mr. Thorn,
Mr. Wist) und.lodge Neely. Mr. Mus
sov denied the statement in toto. Mr.
Wiso then questioned Mr. Massey in
regard to tho stutement of Rtliuger that
u mail was about to die und that he got
Mr. Massey to write a will tor bim,
thut ItlO man Rot well und examined
the will to find that Mr. Massey hud
bequeathed ull of tho property to him
1 bo witness denied this statement
ntid said that iho eluirgo bad been iu
vestigated by Jno. H. Baldwin, of
btnuuton, aud others, uud pronotiuced
Mr. Wise tiiriicd from those ohargo*
against tho witness to n long, dry and
tedious inquiry into Ins (arm acoouuts.
Tbo line A investigation quickly re?
lieved tho xmrtroom of about hall the
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Continued on third page, \
THE MIM WHEELMEN1
The Thousands of Delegates De?
part for Their Homes.
A Programme 'for An Afternoon's
Sport Hurriedly Prepared but
Magnificently Executed. A
Day Long to Be Remem?
bered by Participants.
li? Southern Associate-! Cross.
Asulmv Pauk, N. J,, .Inly 15.?The
aixtounth annual uiect of tho Leugne of
American Whculuiou is a thing of the
past. The thousands of delegatos have
soattoted aud goue their various wars,
tho races are a matter of bfstory and
the sedate elders oi Oooau (irove
broatliu freer and easier.
To day the town resssuuied its uor
mal tranquility and lassitude. Tins
nttoruooM at ttio race track, the limil
heat of the two mile, class li, haudicup
with n horse, harness aud carriage for
the lirst prize, was ruu off?rain and
hail hnviug prevented a decision ou
Saturday. Four other compctotivc
events aud several speed trials were
nrranged hurriedly to till out an after
uoou of good sport and a oapitul pro
grummu it proved to be. Many of tho
big cracks outered tor the generous
prizes, as the present is a vacation
weck tu the national citouil and alt tho
mighty pedal-pushers are layiug oil
hero for a few days.
E. li Bird, of St. Paul, won tho
equestrian outfit in the two mile, from
100 yards, riding a driving finish with
Burnett and Barry. Bald, from
scrntuh, went a desperate mile in 2:17
without catching anybody hihI dropped
out. Fred Titus rode from twenty
yards ami caught the secnud bunch,
but mme of them could reach the limit
contingent, (iardiner, Ziegler, Ma
Donald, McLeod, Titus, Bird and
Kennedy lined up for tho linn! of the
(Hubs 13, mile open. Gardiner ran up
ou the back stretch and led the sprint,
with McLeod, the sturdy Cuuuduu, at
Ziegler got n bad positiou on the
turn nmt could not recover, although
he made a pretty light that caught the
grand stand, <iardiner kept the hole
and boat MeI.eod ami Titus ou the
stretch, with McDonald lost in the
serumblo. Titus hail tho Class B two
mile tiual up his sleeve all the way ami
won it prettily from Maddox, who
finished with Allen at his si do, '?King"
Michael Dirnberger losing his head
when a place was within his grasp,
Mosher, the Hudson river skating
ohampiou, won the class A hero, win
mug both of his heats aud finals with
ease. In the special race for the class
A winners of the meet, .loo Harrison,
of Asbury Park, beat Mosher out nt
tue lap iu record style, Mosher appear?
ing to be weak.
Jt was announced that the nest race
meet will be held at Asbury I'ark
August 17th by the Athletic Associa?
tion, when class A. class B uml proles
sioual events will be given. Tho live
inile ina'. against time promised by
Harry Maddux, the local, was not uu
dcrtakeu, Maddux pleading unlit con
dition. Fred Titus ottered to take
Maddux's place, aud went for tho
five-mile paced by a tandem manned by
Murphy uud Far) and Haundors
and George O, Smith, and the Builo
quad" worked by McLeod, Burnett,
Zavy aud Mayo. The track was
bad shape, but nevertheless Titus rode
iu 10:22 ?> ?"?; Being Johnson's world's
record. The miles were made in 2:07
1 1:511 2 5; 2:03 I 5; li:??7; 2:05 1-5. I
The summaries follow:
Summary Two mile handicap, eln-a !
B, won by 15. B. Bird. St. Paul, 150
yards; A. H. Baruett, Plain field, N. J?
1SD yards, Bccond; J. Fred Barry,
Syracuse, 120 yards, third. Tune,
4.84 ;i 5.
flue mile, upon, class A, won by II.
P, Mosher. Storiukiug, N. V.; F. 11.
Mc< all. Denver, second; \V. F. Tens,
lor. Koekvil.le, third, lime, 1:1425.
Halt mile, open, class A, liunl heat
won by H. L\ Mosher. Harlem: F. N.
McGall. Denver, seoond; VV. F. Toutz
ler, Uockvillo, Conn, third. Time,
1:14 2 5.
Two mile opou, class 13, linal heat,
time limit 5:40, won by F. J. Titus.
New York; 11. H. Maddox, Asbury
Park, second: E, Hallen, Syracuse
third, i ime: 5:1 I L5.
?larvinud i ? n? i<> t>re?.-iitc<i.
liv Southern Associate i Press.
Atlanta, Juno 10. The niansgo
meut of the Gotten Slates nnd Inter
national Exposition has received noti?
fication to the elleot that Governor
Brown, of Maryland, has appointed
commissioners to the exposition to rep?
resent that State. I he couiiuihsiou
consists of John 13 Hurst, William 1
Brigbam. tf W Gator, Fugeue Lever?
ing, T E lidward Hambleton, D L
Bartlett, E S Gary, It M Sutlou, W I
Dixoo, \V H Baldwin, J Frank Sup
plee and P H MeGill, The Merchants'
and Manufacturers' Association was
asked by tho (lovernor to suggest a
list of uumes, and tho above list was
promptly selected. These are nil rep?
resentative inou, manv hi them being
experienced i.i exposition work, and it
is hoped that by their elt'orts Maryland
will have an exhibit worthy ol the
! State at Atlanta
Children Cry for
I!t Southern Associated Prosa.
Washington, l>. t\. July 15.?
Tho Intcrstuto Commerce Comiuis
laion, ns nu outcome u( tin- hesfiug, Iiuh
; pootputiod tho titnu for placing o( grub
irons on all freight cars until Decem?
ber 1st. The time of changing all
draw liars to tho standard height re?
quired by the law ol I89H is likewise
extended to February l?tb, 189(1,
Secretary lioke ?mitb to-day gavo
out the foilnwiug:
".My itttontiou him just boou called
to tho publication ot a letter written
by ui" iu September, 1890, to lion. W.
L. l'cck, und published at that Inno in
the Atlanta Journal. Tho Journal wiih
then oponlv opposing the sub-Treasury
scheme aud my personal opposition to
it was well understood, Tho latter
elunriy excluded tuu idea of com?
mitting me to nil of Ibo seven proposi?
tions prescutod, nit I ? U it was known
that I did fuvor Iba Iren ooiunge of
silver. I wus giving most td my at?
tention to protest- ? mil work at that
time and supposed without doubt that
the free eomage of Bilver would carry
the value ol the silver bullion coined
into the dollar to par, mid iiIpo keep
silver and gold dollars up on a parity
with equal purchasing power. .Since
then I have givou the subject much
consideration aud betug thoroughly
satisfied that tho free, unlimited and
independent coinage of silver at tho
ratio of 111 to 1 would result in silver
monometallism:, 1 have for several
years openly opposed it."
\i it so? liu'reuacd,
Uy Bouffiern Associated Press.
l'oi'xosTOWN, ()., July 15.?The
1 .?iM? eniuloyes of the Muhoniug Valley
Iron Oompauy, whoso wages uro uoi
govcrued by tho Amu ganiiiled Associa?
tion League scale, have been notilied
that, beginning to day, their wages
will bo increased In per cent. It ih
understood that other industrial pluuts
will tol.c similar action.
Isui'KMiNn, Mich., July 15,?-The
Glevolaud <J1 ills' iron Alining Company
has raised tho wages of all its employes
trom lu to 25 cents poi day, acoordiug
to former wages pniii. This is tho lirat
voluntary increase in the wagos of the
season tttid is given heou'iao warranted
by tho improved condition of tho ore
a Iiis Deiil Uiinnilcied?
I5t Moutl.<-iii Associated Press.
Dktkoit, Mioh,, -Inly 15.?-A deal ol
great magnitude was completed this
morning when M. Dickinson, rep?
resenting the Mcrgenlhaler Liuotypo
Company, pad to Col. Frauk J.
liecker, hi one clicok, the sum oi 5-115,
tiou. which gave lo ttie Mcrgeuthalor
people all rights, title and iuturest ol
every name ami nature iu the patents
on the machines of tim Hogers Typo
graphic Company, UbiH doal onds a
long aud burd lotigbt Ugal battle,
which has lasted l<?r many yours. This
dual will have no ofleut on the users of
tiio Hogers machine, Ail the in
ilehte.loess ot the Itogers will be paid
out of the moil! \ and stockholders will
receive the balsuce, nmoimtiug to
about ID cent:; on the dollar.
Count rm 11 on ( inn piiii ? OrBfUllKeil,
Jty Bouthorn Assodiate I Press
BAbTiMoiiK, July 15,?The I'eoinsn
Inr Construction company line been
formed of Baltimore capitalists, com
ptisiug Vice President Baker ot tho
I'hird National bank, Edward Stabler,
president of the ttiiardiao L'rusl com
pauy, Wiiliaiii IJ. Hosloy und others,
to build a railroad from Queeustowu
on '.he Uhesupeske bay lo Hcbobolh
Hauch, on tho.Atlantic ocean. It will
form a new route (nun Wnshiugtou uud
Haltimoro to Ihn soaooast, and much
shorter than the | resent routes. The
roud will be sixty miles long mid will
connect with n steamboat liuo fruui
Baltimore to Queonstowo, making the
total route thirty live miles.
COIICtiMMlOU i.ran it'll.
I!v Botithern Associated Preis,
Cirv or Mi:m July 1.1,--A con?
cession has becu granted in the Mun
son Mteumship Line to Culm aud .Mex?
ico, which will ply Let ween ports uloug
the Atlantic coast ol tho Uuited states
uud points along the Mexican coast.
New York und Philadelphia are named
us toe probable American terminal
points, but it is oxprossly state.1 that
the company is permitted to soled
other stations, L'ho contract names
the Mexican ports of Tarn pico: Vorn
Cruz, nud Progrosso, and may also
touch, coming nod going, ut Tux puck
und other points.
Iloiidtitiltlera ??? Conference.
UrHoutberu tssootatod Press.
New York, July 15. ? A conference
of Macou uud Northern bodholduts
will be held Ibis week, at which tho
future of the property will probably
bo settle'!. President Spencer reiter?
ates his statement that tho Southern
Kailway does not want the road. Ho
expects to see it a port of tho Seaboard
Air Liuo.to which it mit u rally belongs.
i lie ? . s. v ix'ew ? orU.
IJy Southern a ? ?> uat -l 1'res-i.
London, July LI.-?Tho L'tnted
States warship New York pursed down
this morning, bound westward. Sho
wus close iu shore, and tho orowd of
people at the castle suspended gnu
practice, in which they were engaged,
iu order to look at tho ship.
Tho Remains of Third Engineer
Hammond Found in the Hull.
The Steamer a Total Wreck. Slio
Floated Down the River a Mass ot
Flames and Burned to the
Water's Edge. The Loss
Estimated al $22D,000.
By Boutheru Associatcl l'toss,
Lf.wihtos, N. V., July 15.? Shortly
before I o'clock this morning tho hand
some steamer Cibola, of the Niagara
Itiver Line, which plies between here
and Toronto, was discovered on lire at
her dock. The tinmen spread with
great rapidity aud soon enveloped the
utenmer nud communicated to tho dock.
'The steamer broke uway from her
tuooriuga and lloated down tho river, a
mass ol llame. Shu burned to the
water's edge, and her hull lies ou a
sand tiar between hern and tho mouth
of the river. The tiro ou tho dock
spread to tho American hotel, and lor
?t lime threatened the Now York Con?
tra'. Mtatioo 'I hn dock and hotel wore
almost totally destroyed ami tho sta?
tion hadly scorched.
When the Maines were discovered
on tho Cibuln tlifc crew ami a tew pas
sengers were aboard aud asleep. 'They
wero quickly aroused,aud all succeeded
in escaping with the exception ol the
third euginoer. Tue name of the miss?
ing third engineer is Win. Ilain.noud,
ol 'Toronto. His remains woru luiinil
later iu the boat's hull. Tiio custom?
house was a,so burned with nil of its
Nothing is left of tho Oibola but the
iron hull, oiiu smoke stack and one
paddloho.X. The hull will lie towed to
Niagara, Out. The loss on tho Cibolu
is lully $2*25,000.
'The American Hotel was one ol Iho
oldest bostolriefi In western Now York,
having boon built in 1810 by Ezra
Cornell, grandfather of tho present
owner. Proprietor Cornell estimatos
Ins loss at $10,000. The insurance is
$3,500, That ou tho Cibola is email
THb COCKADE Cl 1 Y.
M.my Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk,
s'pcoiid Utspatcli tu i'hu Virginian.
pETKitHnuno. Va., July 15. Ucv, A,
J. L'ristoe, pastor of the Second Baptist
Church ol this city, aud .Messrs. Simon
Suwurd anil E, A. Ilnrtley, will louve
here ou hext '1 hurt-day for New York,
from which place they will .sail the fol?
lowing Saturday ou the steamer Etruria
lor Liverpool, where they expect to
arrive ou tho -J7th inst. 'Their proposod
European lour will include a visit to
London, Antwerp, Brussels, Cologne,
.-itrut-burg, Lucerne, Lausanne, Mar*
tigui, Cuainouix, Uoueva and Paris,
L'tae party will arrive homo about tho
first ol September next.
A negro, whose iinine was not learned,
was run over by a Ireight train on the
Norfolk and Western railroad near
Sullblk yoaterday morning, and both
oi his legs were cut oil', ilu is supposed
to have been stealing u rnlcaml to have
fallen off the car while asleep, Uo was
carried to Crowe for treatment.
l!ev. Mr. Cassel I, who hu- beeu as?
signed by ltt. Lev. A. AI. Itandolpb,
Bishop of tho Southern Dloce.su of
\ irgimu, to the rectorship ol the Epis?
copal Chnrob of tho (iootl Shepherd
Memorial, in this city, preached to his
now charge ou yesterday aud mudc a
good impressiou, Mr. Cassell, who
is now taking n vacation, will enter
upon his new duties about tho 1st of
Mayor Collier had before him to day
leu negroes, eoarged with playing crap
on Sunday. Each of tho accused was
lined $5 auil costs.
This eity was visited this afternoon
by a severu wind ami rain storm. Trues
in different parts of the city wero do
uutled of their branches and two or
three largo windows oi tho lTrat Bap?
tist Church wero broken,
(Jen, W'm. Maboue, who has been in
Wuohinglou for some time, arrived
hero ou Sstnitlay night. Col. John
11. Watts, of Tazewcll uounty, is also
in the city.
Negotiations have beeu going ou
here to day for a settlement ot the suit
iif Watts vs. Mithoue, a full account of
which has already beou published in
Mis*. Francis Loe Starr, a daughter
of llev. VV. (i. Starr, D. D., pastor of
tho Washington Street M, E, Ohiiroh,
made a tiurrow escape yestorday from
drowning while bathing at Virginia
Bench. Mies Starr was struck by a big
wave and rendered unconscious. Mr.
W. C. 1 lyuu, muuugur of the Western
Union Telegraph ollioo in Petersburg,
went to her assistance nud carried bur
Alltttltet Advuiieo in Wutfoa.
HoiiIdaysiiuro, Pa., July 15,?The
jiii.idlers enipiuyed at tho DuuoauHville
Boiling Mill, and also thoso at the
Eleanor iron Works, of this place,
wore to-day gran tod tin ntlvnuce of 25
cents per ton. About 500 men are af
feuted. The nail department of tho
itolidayshurg Iron and Nail Company
has resumed after two years' idleness, j
Choice Miohigau hay, t:molby and I
mixed on track will be sold chgau, 1).
P. Heid ?fc Bro. J
MR. CARLISLE WON'T TALK.
Ho H.-is No Opinion to Express as to
the Resumption of Gold Shipments,
fly Southern A>-aoeutte i i'i??
Wasihnuton, July 15,?Secretary
(arlislo said this morning ho had no
opinion to express ou tho fluauoiul
situation or us to tho resumption of
gold Hhipmuuts abroad. Tho Ronornl
fooling among treasury o Alois Is is that
tho small shipmoot of 3250,000, of
which lint $125,000 wan taken from tho
Now York sub treasnry, is not tho bo
giuiiing of larger shipments, aud that
the liclmout Morgan syndieato will
coutitiuo to supply sterling exchange
according to tho terms of tber contract,
which duos not uxptro until October 1
inn. mi souvenir lor the Atlant?
Uv Southern Assooiatnl Press.
Atlanta, Ob., July 15. -'Iho
donigus of tho ollifllal souvenir mods',
which is to bo luiutod on the
Exposition grouuds by the United
stated Government, was forwnrdod on
to Washington to day by Presidout
('oilier to have tho dies made. < Iu the
obverse si.to of tho medal is shown a
bale of cotton, u pbcenix nrising above
tho lire of 1805, currying in its lull
Mruiuners of 1805. Around the edge
of this side of tho modal uro olive
brunches nud tho words "Cotton
Htates and lutornatioual Exposition,
Allantu," and right above "Atlanta"
on the fuuo of tho modal, the union of
Ou tho i i seise side of tho modal is
ein?w ii a bust of Henry W. Qrady,
Around the edgo on this side of the
medal are the words "Official Sou?
venir Medal," Heury W. Qrady.
kVurrall ilturtter t!at?<
llv ttouthurn Associated Press,
lit Plata, Md., Julv 15. -Tho foot
that Col. L. Allison Wilmer, for iho
ilefniiee, and John 11. Mitchell, for the
State, were to make their nrgiiiuouts in
the I in rait miirdur ease uttruoted a
tromoiiiioUB crowd to-day, us both law?
yers aru recognr/.ed ns eloquent speak?
ers. Col, Wilmor began his addresn lo
tho jury when court convened this
morning. Sin. speech was vigorous aud
his peroration, which brought tenrH to
tho eyes of tho prisoner, was not with?
out apparent effect on tho jury. At
Iho close of Col. Wlimor's argument
the court look a recess until 't o'clock,
when .Mr. Mitchell closed for tho State
aud the case went to tho jury.
II'DOMIICII Olid Mittler lo Mtieta
Itv Southern Asioiiiute 1 I'raas.
New Yoiik, July l?. Tho Florida
Athletic Club through Manager Veudig
lo day matched stevo O'Dounell, Oor
I bet'h spamug partner, uud Peter
Mahor to fight to n tiinsh at Dallas,
Texas, on the nftornoou of November
1st, I bey will tight for a ptitso ol
Tho Dixon I'linimer light will tuko
place the biimii afternoon, two hours
before the O'Dounell light.
GREAT HALF-PRICE SALE.
Rain and Sim Umbrellas, Sale Price,
Ucgins Monday, July l?lh, at tho
wonderfully low price of T'.'c each, are
suitable for ladles' und gouts' iise.made
of hi I k aud English gloria, fast black,
ualurul loop, mourning and olive wood
bundles, puragou frames uud silk tas?
sels, usually sold bv the trade at 31,25
Will also place on sulo one caso cream
white liauniil, ::1 inobes wide, priod wus
25o, sale price, 15o per yard,
1,090 yards white twill towelling
crash, 3jo yurd.
Ho sure to visit next work the Modern
Lttvj linos-., 171 Main street.
i 11 Krw Mi u)i,?? in VH, elite.
Heautiful inull hats, nil shapes iu
chips und Leghorns, a full line of milli?
nery nl Mrs. P, Hies, 194 Church
"Newest Discovery"?Ext, teeth no
paiu. N. Y. D. Looms, 162 Main.
PUT YOUR DEED"
Other Valuable Papers in a Safe Place,
AT A COST OT ONLY il5u A MONTH.
THE NORFOLK BANK
F?ll BAV1NQ9 AND TRUSTS,
iu the building ot the Norfolk National Hank,
invites you 10 .all und iuspi ot lhair now
bale deposit Vaults, gafos for rent at4;l per
Hiiuum an t upwards, Package* reoalvod uu
storage. deposits tW VI an.I upwards re
?. no i on Interest. Call and got one of our
Bnvluga liauk Saioa. OPEN DAILY EXCEPT
s-i NOAY, from 10 a in. to 8 p iu, also on
SATURDAY'S from 1 to 0 p in. Loans made
on real estate ami other security. Settles
ostatss, uiul a.'td Iu anv flduoiary capacity.
C. \V. QKANDY. President.
(ILO. I ATT, Vice Presidout,
_ C. HARPY, Cashier.
MAYER & CO,
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Railroad. Meamboat and
4 and 6 West Market Square,
A WONDERFUL_NEW REMEDY.
Tlio Mlcrnbn nod Germ a Problem ton
Iii tho progressive year IR'.M many valu?
able discoveries were made rovolutlouary
in tholr cfTcots ou tho scientific world. In
vein ion bus been the order of the day, und
thousands of minds have been busy in
tholr efforts to benefit the human race. It
was discovered tlutl inflammations and
sures of all kinds Invariably had their
origin In the microbe or germ, nud mctll
i-nl scientists, especially In Gortnany, have
been butsly ongaged experimenting in the
licHt. means of destroying those dangerous
little uncmlos to the human flesh. There
werna u um bor of nenn Icllterslu existence,
bill In every CIVSO they were about as pots*
minus to the human f1c-.li as tu tho rabid
little animal, nnd while killing the ani?
mal, disastrous results usually followed,
In the form of some chronic disease. A,
remedy was. however, at last discovered,
which has proven to ho the greatest germ
killer In exlsteueo, aud at tho snino tlmo,
tv perfect ly harmless antiseptic and restorer
ol ptitrolietl (lbah.
This wonderful new romcdy was discov?
ered in the German hospitals. It has beon
perfected and given tho severest tests In
this country by experienced chemists, in
every case with tho most wonderful ra
sults. The remedy is known as (jurutol,
ami Is manufactured by t he Quiutul Rem?
edy coinpnny, of Norfolk. Va.
The United Slates dispensary in its but
Issue bos tho following to say of tho in?
gredients of Qurntol 1
First, "lias the property of opposing ani?
mal putrefaction, the most powerful and
eurtnlnly tin- most used. It Is of ton em*
ployed In solution as uu antiseptic, dotor
gont application to foul ulcers. It Is alse
used with much advantage ns u mild caus?
tic in enlarged tonsils, scrofulous ami can?
cerous ulcers, diseases of the uteri aud
various chronic enlargements."
Second, "li is employed ns an applica?
tion to gangrene and ill conditioned ulcers.
It nets on the principal uf su antiseptic
Third. "Us umollent virtues adapt It to
the treatment of skin diseases in which a
soothing application Is required. It is a
useful addltloii to lotions for aozoina and
eruptions; also iu chupped skin and ex
Fourth. "Has a soothing lulluenco upon
the human flesh, ami is wholly destitute
of irrltatlug properties."
Fifth. "Is recognized by tho United
States l'hnrmucopiciu as tho most useful
of all ugeuoies in the manipulation of
drugs and chemicals, its virfuus beiny uu
Druggists sell Qurntol?GO cents.
Tha Intense h at anil "glari" r.f the
>an weaken often pcriuaneutly m
jurv?Ihn sight, A pur of suitable
gli.i w I! remedy ah this. WVIImake
.del tilio examination -tell you what
.1 . uri liest -uit-d lor your cy.s?
anrl iu mi l adjust theui?without
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(i lieadaches a
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Real Estate and Rental Agents,
29 Ha NIC ST.
fte*idences-2il Voik street.
uu. |S9 v, rk street. ?
1C Charlotte, 164 itou-u.
Two ne* nouses, Colonial nvpmie, Ghent,
D7 Duke street, 7-1 Manner street.
I\8 Wood ?treet. s I l-iilklanii.
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1.1; I uvltl avenue, 4rit lak avenue.
Vi? \Villou?hi>y, 133 Qlbbs avanne.
:t? Karguton u.enue.
l Ian 121 Hank, 198 Church street.
Cornell. -' i I'.. Church street.
Olli, -?- 89, 108, Us* Main sir et.
Stores?-77 Hank ?in?. 69, 71 Water sire*,*,
i oiuer .lump-' ami High. Flat above.
For rent iMOOer 1st, 161 York, li! York.
It'll I inn, h ttreet, large house, >u,taUe lor bc*trcV
Burruss. Son & Co.,
Commercial Rud other business paper dii
l.-?an- negotiated uu favornlilc tor an.
Ulty bonds and other BOciiritiaa bought
Depot ts recolve.t su.l . ? -unts luvito.t.
Interest allowod on time eposits.
Bute Deposit boxes lor rent. Charges
Draw li He of l'.xcliaugo im I make ciibla
transfer* to Europe
Linters ot credit issued *.j principal cities
ol the world. ooif
The tramp hie insurance .-.gents who trios
to make you hello? o that any other roguUc
bt- iusurauoe company pay* us largo divl
in-n i- or Kiirphis us tlio Nortlnvestoru
Mutual, is gnilty of deception by using mis
loading UA'I"itis, which no honest man
would employ or exhibit, as thoy are made
up t j oreato a false impression.