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Tue tiossedings Yesieraaj Were Very
THE WITNESS H WONDER
Is Ptiysicoi Mui.iincd Has Astonished itie
lOKTIH'dED OH THE STflMD FIVE DAYS
He Will be Called Again To-Day. A
?.arge Number of Witnesses on
Hand. Gov. O'Ferrall and
Others Returned Last
Tlio Massov-l'ilot BUit lias lost nil of
Us snap iiini ih now hut little more at?
tractive lUtiu the reading of au invoice
<r udiliDc up u column ol figures, Mr.
Massoj baa boat! 'on the stuud nearly u
veok und him uaiued fo often the
mono; invested uh well us the money
spent iu oouueotiou witll Ins farm oper?
ations nntl family support Unit tho jury
knows what In.- pniil bis conk, his furm
liauds, what his personal expenses
j live been tor the lost ten years,
1'uey bave beau told where bu got bis
uieuls in llicbinoud, where be slept,
??bat his food eonsisted of, ?Imt he
save bis children, bis wife uud oberity.
:iis personal affairs for thirty years
?lack bnvo beeu lu'.d open for public
iuspectiou aud tbo people now know
Air. Mussey us they know uu other pub
lie muu iu Virginia.
lie bus been made to soy whether be
was married with a ring or not uud to
tell the price of the diamond earriugs
tie gave his wife us a wedding present.
His accouuts havu been uddod up aud
(be jury told how much he and his
present wife live.I on duriug the lust
jui: of their marriage.
Jf there is uuylhing to ask .Mr. Mus?
sey; il there is anything that he eau
tell of himself peisounl, political or
olUcial, it will doubtless be '.nought out
before he is allowed to retire from t o
ttund. There is or.e tlnug very cerium
- that the venerable v, n uess lius been
put to tho severest tax ever known in
nistory of the courts of th s city, and
uieu have marveled how a mail of bis
age could stund so prolonged a cross
examination, especially at this season.
A lawyer said yesterday that ho did
dot bulu.vo that any ol the counsel ou
??Iber side could sluud tbo straiu put
tipou Mr. Mussey.
J'he witness is, however, breaking
doou physically, being worn out, as it
were, 11.o .-u. 11.? that be bus beeu
asked, uot taking into account those
tint he has been compelled to repent ?
not taking min acoouut the wrangles
between bo aud .Mr.Wi.so?can be num?
bered by the tboiisuud. The report of
the oEicial steuographer of Mr. Mus
?ey's testimony will make a good sized
When Mr. Wise will get lliiongh
nobody knows. Venturtlay he had
reached I8U? iu an itemized stiiiunicut
of Mr. Mnssoy's iucomo aud ex
oenses. It will iu all proba
In lily be continued up to the
filing of the su.t. When ho leaves
<hu stand there will be reuewed in?
tens!. New witnesses will be intro?
duced. Men who have been brought
from (he interior counties anil have
beeu iu court for the past week will bo
put upon the sluud.
Cupt. tides W. J'.. Hall, a prominent
Populist politician, formerly a Dumo
erat, of Kocky Mount, ! rauklin county,
in here to tell Lbs jury what he thinks
oi Air. .lames, ulso what ho tbiuke of
Air. Massey. There is also hero Mr.
Hun weil, u leading Kepublioau, a luw
yer who practiced at the Franklin bar,
and knows Mr. James, Mr. Parr, Mr.
Uickerson and Mr. Mussey. Other
witnesses ure present ami each will
Luve something of interest to talk
It is generally beliovod that Gover?
nor O'Terrall, Attorney Genera) Scotl
aud ex-Governor MoKinuey will not be
kept long. Certainly I hey will not be
put through any prolonged cross-ex
?uiinutiou, \\ hen those are through
the testimony in rebuttal will be nitro
dueod. 'line will be about us interest?
ing ns uuy part of the trial.
1 he witnesses frmu a distuueu uro
getting impatient, J hoy like Norfolk
well, but. do not funey loiltlgiug around
? Norfolk court wheu they oould bo
/oiling in tho surf at Virginia Beach
or angling for tho spuekle trout iu the
IHK NINETEENTH DAY,
Yesterday won the nineteenth day of
the trial. The crowd at tho oponing
? us sullicieut to more than comfortably
fill tho room. Judge Preutis was a
few minutes late and the court was
ready for business when ho urrived.
Capt, Wise appeared to be in a
Jiurry to begin tbu cxatuiuutiou. His
seut wits that occupied by him for
some days past on the end of a table.
Alter the usual good morning with
wbioh Mr. Mussey has been greeted
for tho paBt live dnys, Oapt. Wise said
1'ou swore thnt wheu you made the
deed transferring Ash Hawn to your
brother that it tnui no reforeuce to
jp*ar Mauze indebtedness^
Mr. Mussey said: I did not so state.
(Jnpt. Wise?You are aware that
Register in Bankruptcy Gray lias said
that you cuuio to hiui and told hiru that
you hail some creditors.
Mr. Masse;?What Mr. Gray said is
Capt. Wisu?You remember that be
has said thut you told him tbat uuIuhs
you could make some arrangement
with certain Kockiugbauj oruditors,
you would be back to nee him. Gray.
Mr. Mnssoy Baid: I have no doubt
that whut Douglass Gray said was cor?
Cupt. Wise,? "Did you ever offer to
compromise thut Muuzo debt?"
Mr. Mussey- "I liid, because I would
ruthor havo paid nart of it tbun be
troubled with it."
Mr, Massey said bo oould uot say ex?
actly whou the conversation witu
Mbuzc occurred, but he thought it
might huve been before the doeds to
Ash Luwu was made to his brother,
iio said th'.ii if the conversation was
hud with Mauzo alter tho deed whs
made, it would uot havu been atrungr,
us bo would have compromised cither
before or after the deed.
He said be was auru that the deed to
Ash Lawn was uradu wituuut reference
to thu Hoc king bum debts.
Capt. Wise introduced as evidence
nu extract from the Auditor's accounts
oiviug Mr. Massey'a tux list. This was
objected to, but the Court overruled
Capt. Wise submitted a record of
Mr. Massey's traveling expenses nod at
thu conclusion asked Mr. Mussey if be
wsn perfectly certain tbat he had never
drawu from the State bis full allow
Mr. Massey said bo thought the
btutcmeut previously made was cor?
The account in Court was examined
and tibowed that for oue yeur Mr.
Musaoy had drawn tbe full amount.
Capt. Wise usked Mr. Massoy to turn
to Ins account book of bis current ex?
penses and suit! be could save time and
worry to Mr. Mussey aud tho jury if
ue wus ul.owed to take tbe book out of
court and examino it nt his leisure,
Mr. Thorn said be would object un?
less Mr. Wise would admit tbe book
Mr. Wise said be could not do thut,
as he did not kuow what the book con
The Judge thought tbe book could
he cMiiniuod in Court in a few min?
('apt. Wise looked at the Judge, and
said: I-n a ui-i u u t e o r I ti-u? Why,
your Honor, there is more iu that
book tbun there is in tbe Bible.
Mr. Wise then began taking bis
transcript of Mr. Mussey's hooks, and
in ii very short while about half of tbe
audience had retired, and a good
Methodist brother wus a-leep iu the
urnuu corner. Tbe .ludgo read
tl uewspapcr, tbo jurors beiug
in the vviudow aud frequently visited
the water cooler. They wrote notes to
each other joked at tbo expense of
Cupt. Wise uud Mr. Massey and iu
every possible way manufactured
diveisious to keep thorn from follow?
ing tbe example of tbe Methodist
Kviiov. MoKenney watched tbe
proceeding about two hours aud a halt
Hud then went out iu the ball ami
cracked a fow jokes with bis Norfolk
't he lunusgors of the Pilot came into
court for a while, but tbuv soon re?
; THE ANSWER UNSATISFACTORY,
Nothing of iuteroet iu tbo ca?e
ocoured till Cupt. Wise, lute iu tbe
afternoon's proceedings, wanted to
know of Mr. Massey how it is that
while his farm was not tell sustaining
from 1S8? to IS90 he told Mr. Neely,
while testifying n few days ago, that
during tbBt period tho bum made lor
tutu nut less tliuu Si,d?o a year,
.Mr. Massey suul iu reply that be
doesn't think be told Mr. Neely this.
Capt. Wise wanted to rend to Mr.
Massey what the latter bail said to Mr.
Neely, hut the Court suggested that
the witness had answered tbo quostiou.
and even if uusutisfuetory to Cupt.
Wise, it was answcrcil, and should not
be asked again.
Copt. Wise then questioned Mr.
Massey about tho different years of
In - account, and dunned that the (arm
was uot sell sustaining, aud said, now
tell mo where yon got the $3,000 you
deposited in 1890? Mr. Massey said he
hud deposited in bank $J,uti0.
'Iberti wiih further discussion as to
tho money's increase, aud Capt, Wise
asked what hu meant by saying from
1880 to 1890 bis net income was $11,000,
Mr. Massey replied that bis books
Cupt. Wine -Where did you have
this $11,000 January 1st, 1890?
Mr. Mubsev?I have uover said that
I hud $11,000 onTiaud.
.liido]o llualh iieru took a band in
the examination, but the Court called
Judge IIenth down, enyiug, ouu ul n
Judge Heath Baid tbat bo only
wanted to set Mr. Massey right.
Mr. Massey replied: Set yourself
right* aud 1 will take care of myself.
Capt. Wise?.Mr. Musses, how much
did you have January 1st, 1890?
Mr. Massey?Pi?o thousand dollars.
Capt, Wise?Where did you have it?
Continued on Second j>aget
Two Men Shot to Death and Six
The Belligerents Adjourned From
Open Court to a Near-by Field and
Settled Their Differences With
Pistols. An Old Family
EvSouthurn Associate 1 Proas.
Jackson, Miss., July It!.?A terrible
tragedy was reported from Loaruod, u
station thirty miles southwest of hure,
this eveuiog, iu which two men were
shot to deatu and a half dozcu more or
less duDgorotisly wounddd. Particu
lurs are meagre, but from what could
bo leurtut 1 j! pimseugers ou the tram
that passed, it appeared that au old
family foud existed between tho Malleus
and the Terrels.
At church last Sunday oue of the
Terrells was severely beaten by throe
McP.cus. They were urrestcd aud a
trial held iu the Magistrate's Court at
Learned today. The holligerout, s
weru not satisfied and adjourned to uu
opou lieid to tight it out with their
lists, but instead, pistols were used.
Two men, Korest and Leswell Melles,
were killed instuutly, while three
others, two of thorn brothers of McUca,
were neriuusly wouudod and it is
thought two of them will die by
Tho Sheriff was telegraphed to come
at once prepared to euforce pence, as
furiher trouble was expected. Learned
is a village of 2011 iuhabilauts aud tbo
excitemeut is so intense that tho tele
graph operator asuuot bo prevailed
iipnn to stay iu his oflice long enough
to give full particulars. Tho country
round about is thickly settled with old
families of pro?porous farmers, most
of whom uro related by blood or mar
ringe, und it is tesred that moro
trouble will follow before the row is
A GOLD AND SILVER DEBATE.
Ex-Congressman Horr and W. H.
Harvey Are the Principals.
Copyright 1SW !y Azel T. listen
Ciiicauo, July 10. ? Two men mot iu
a little room nc the Illinois club this
ufteruoou aud begun a spirited contest
of national moment, one lighting for
sliver and tho other tor gold with all
the intellectual powers, facts and au
ti.unties at their command.
Ono of them wus itoswell O. Horr,
once a member of coulees, from Mich
iguu, now nu editorial writer for the
New \ork Tribune, and the other wus
W. H. Harvey, of Chicago, author of
"Coiu's Tiusuciul School." Mr, Uorr
championed the cause of gold, while
Mr. Harvey threw down the gauntlet
for silver, j
The debate was started by Mr. Horr,
who referred to tho author of Coin's
Tiuaucial School with some severity.
Mr. Harvey, iu his opeuiug Mute
mont, coutented himself with a pre?
sentation of his plan of oampsigu, aud
told what ho would prove.
Then the speakers pluugod at ouce
into tbo thick of tho light. The argu?
ment ut all times was very spirited,ami
both speakers soveral times had hard
work to preserve their tempers.
THE QUARANTINE BOAT GERM
Has a Battle With Several Smuggling
Smacks ot Farpon Springs,
liv Southern Associate i Proas
Jacksonville, Pia., July lti. ? Dr.
J. V. I'ortor, the State health ofliorr,
arrived iu the city this morning from
Tampa, iu speaking of the general
health of the State Dr. Porter said i hat
it was about as ufhial ut this season of
tho year, There was no dangerous
diseases prevailing nor was auy an?
Dr. Porter also said it was a mistake
to suppose that because a large body
of troops had Iiolu imported into Cuba
that yellow fovur was on the increase
thoro. Iu faot, he said, it wus less than
ut this time last year, and until tho
troops occupied seuport towns thorc
would probably be no increase.
The State Hoard of Health's boat
Uerm, assisted by the iutertial revenue
outters, were keeping a close wittoh ou
all incoming crafts from tho West In?
Dr. Porter continued tho report of
the battlo of tho on naiit.no boat Ourni
with a number of smuggling smacks oil
Tarpon Spnug8 a few days ago.
lion. W, ii. Kiiuius ninl tidltor <hi"
inaen in Joint "< n.M..
Ii? Southern Asuaoiritu I I'ross.
Jackson, Mifs., July lti.?i'rivalo
John Allen notified Biniotnlic League
last night that he could not (ill his
promise to meet Hon. W. [I. Simmn,
ot Washington, in joint debute, but
Cditor < aruiaok, ol tho Coiumoroial
Appeal of Memphis, telegraphs ha will
be here. Mr. Situms is a eiti/.eu of
('ohitubtis, this State, nml is .Mr. Clove
laud's First Assistant Seorelary of the
Interior, and is doing some good work
in the campaign o( education being
waged by the advoaate* of sound
mouoy. Mr. ( armaek is an able
champaigu of free silver, aud tho two
will draw a largo audience.
'lheboit it what you wsnt when von aro
in u el of a meitleiuo. That is why yon
ghouid luaut u j on llo-i '? s Sar.aparilla
VICTIMS OF FALSE WEIGHTS. j
Pittsburg Miners Claim to Have Been
Very Dishonestly Dealt With,
I'.v Southern Associate! Pross.
PlTTSBUitOj Pn,, July 111.?To-day
Secretary Warner, ol the miners' or?
ganization, apooarcd nt tho olliuo of
Alderman Madden aud uiado an ueeu
siltlou, charging COill operator T. I).
Stein, of the I'll" nix miuos nt Idle
wood, with stealing coal from his em?
ployes. Tho woighliniiHter, T. It. Mar?
shall, employed by Stem, was also
mado a psrty to tbo suit and wurrauts
For sumo time tbo miners have mis
pceted that tbey were tho victims of
fal?o weights und a strict wntch was
set on Stein's scales. Last wuek the
weights used at tho mines wore confis?
cated and ollicially tested by tho Fnir
bnuws Scr.lo Compuby. Tho scnlu pro?
nounced tho weights tiaiidulcut nud
estimatod tho weight balanced the arm
about IJOO pounds ou the long side.
This falsity required tho miner to
dig from twenty two to twenty-three
hundred weight for; ovory ton. There
are 125 mou employed in Steiu's mine
ami the fraud was rarriod ou under a
Ii'.) oent per ton basis. Tho information
is made tinder the chock wcigbman
law und is the lira} of its kind. In
event of the conviction ou tho above
suit tho miners will enter civil suits to
recover what thoy have lost through
fraud ll leu I weights. Which in the aggre?
gate, amounts to hundreds of tons of
THE PURCHASE DENIED.
President's Hoffman and Spencer, anil
Vice-President St. John Deny It.
r,v Bautberu Assboiats t Press.
Kalriuh, N, 0., July lG.t?Vieo
President St. John, of tho Seubourd
Air Line, was here to-day aud was
showu an Atlanta telegram stating that
the Southern Hallway had acquired
control ol the seaboard Air I.iuo. He
?There is no truth whatever in tho
report ami you can deny if without
question." Mr. A. 13. Andrews, of the
Southern, whose home is here, was also
naked if the uuws ?bis.ueoura'o uud he
siiid it is not. It is believed here that
the Southern wnu d be glad to sccuro
the Seaboard if possible.
New Yokk, July I?.?'President Ilolf
mau, of the Seaboard Air Line, who is
iu New York, snvt,: "The story that
our road has passed :nto the control ot
the Southern Railway is untrue."
Asn i.Mi.i.f. N. C, July 111, ? l'resi
dent Spencer soys there is absolutely
no titith in the roportcd purchase of
the control of (he Seubourd Air Line
by tho Southern Railway, The meet
lug of the Southern Railway and
Steamship Association scheduled for
to day has been postponed until
Wednesday beeniiso of the lato ar
rivals of borne of tbo members ol the
I lie I'll c/el truci'ilv
rty southern Antorint? ! Press.
TonoSTO, July lti.?Nothing new has
developed to day iu regard to the
Pietzel tragedy. The inquest opens
to night and will be pushed forward
with till possible rapidity that detective
Oreer may bo enabled to return to
Philadelphia. The house ut No. Hi St.
Vincent streut, in tho cellar of which
tho bodies were lonud, has been visited
by hundred ot people all thiotigh the
Public Eoutinicnt is keenly aroused,
thu murder being regarded as one of
tbo most atrocious deeds on record.
The bodies were removed lo the j
morgue tins afleruoon but the post j
mortem examination will not bo held
tins afleruoon. It will not bo ordured
until the opening of the inipieet,
l?u l.uillow street Jail iMIiciuU
Si ?i roll llrlliclnail.
lly Southern Associated Preis.
New 1'oiik, 10. '1 be United States
cratul jury tins afternoon hamlcd iu lo
Judge Laeombe .is presentment in re?
gard to the escape of the postofhee 1
thieves Kussel!, Allen aud Killorau,
from the Ludlow utreet jail. The
grand jury severely oriticisad Sherill
1 unu-cn, Warden liuabo ami Koopers
Sohoeu uud Sobueer.
Judgo Lacouibe iu his charge to the
jury said, practically, that while the
jury could censure anybody lor uegii
geuco in oonueotlou with tbo escape,
yet tho laws were so framed that unless
it found that the keepers or Sherd!
voluntarily allowed tho prisoners to
escape it could not liud au ludictmcut
t'iva i limisuiiii Mss on :i Millie.
isv Honthern Associated t'run.
Mahqubtte, Mich., July It!.?Tho
miners of the Marquotto Range, who
ore out on strike, held a mass meeting
ut Ncgaucee and decided to make tho
strike general, 'Ibreo thousand men
are already out, uud iLtho strike be?
comes go u era I it will involve over 6,01)0
Impure iiioo I rausos pimples, hives, bolls
and eruptions of the skin . uhnson s Snr
saunrida ,.u I < l< ? y par Hps the blood ami
oruiiicatet ?il b o u p?ii>ou. 1-nrgs bot'le ,
111 N ??? Mil ? l> ? 1 Ii iHlllll?,
Reuutiful mull hats, all shapes iu
chips und Leghorns, a lull line of ntilii
i nory at Mrs. P. Rice, 104 Church
"Nowost Discovery"?Ext. teoth no
! par.,, N. Y. D. Rooms, 162 Main.
The Latest Intelligence of Interest
From the State Capital.
Mrs. E. J. Cornick In Richmond and
After Mr. Bennett. Richmond to
Have a Bonded Warehouse.
Not Probublo that Nicholas
Will Hang Next Week.
Special Dlspntoh to Tho Virginian.
Rioiimono, Va., July Hi. ? Mrs. K. J.
Comtek, of Portsmouth, a pretty young
wouiuu of thu hriiuuttu type, win be?
fore the Police Court to-day on r war?
rant ??worn nut by A. .1, Muuuutt,
churgtug ber with contemplating a
breach uf tho peeoe. It will he re?
membered that hint wook she bnd lien
uott arrested on the churgo of stealing
$800 from her. He was taken to Ports?
mouth and discharged, liuonott says
(he woman followed him back bore,
mudo enquiries for him at tbe Clifford
House aud other pleccH sad he was
afraid she intended to kill In in. There
being no evidence tbiil the woman had
made I lit cats the Justice refused to
place her under bond. Mrs. Cornick
in said to bo staying at the house of h
woman named Annie Lewis.
The Legislature contest in tbe dis?
trict comprising the city of Manches?
ter nud tbo counties of Chesterfield,
tlooobland und i'owhuiuu. promises to
ho a livo'y one.
.Senator I'arrish is going lo stand for
re election aud will probably bo op?
posed by Mr. Koliert S.tltives,a young
newspaper mau who edits the Weekly
News tif Manchester, uud reports thut
city for the Stute. Mr. Kives has not
decided poHitivoly to run, but is boiug
urged to come out an a ouudiduto, and
uo doubt will do so.
Messrs. W, W. Laker aud lieu l\
Owuii, dr., are being bilked oi for the
Limine, while Mr. F. .1. 1). Farmer le
being mentioned for Legislative
lt was mentionod iu this correspond'
enoo a few days ego tuul thu wife of a
former Ltiabmundcr, now liviug at
Newport News, left him, say in g she
was coming to Kichtuond to visit her
pureuttt nud Htnce tins been discovered
as uu inmate of a bouce here that boars
a bad name. 1 wne told to-day that
the busband had placed his case in the
IiuuiIn of ii lawyer with instructions to
bring Hint for divorce Tbo wife is a
daughter <>f a well-known uiti/.en here
aud bus a brotbor who carried oil'high
honors at one of Ibe bust known Vir?
ginia schools. Her conduct has dis?
tressed hor relatives anil frieuds utmost
11 ih almost certain that Philip Nor
man Nicholas will not be hanged next
week for the murder of Mills and Wil?
kinson. The t'onrt of Appeals long
ago refused him u new trial, nud when
Im was resotituueed .ludgu Wellford, of
tho Circuit Court, gave the order for
ttie hanging. Counsel for the prisoner
contend that tho Circuit .lodge had uo
authority of law to do this, uud took
tho case back to tho Appellate Court
lor this poiut to be passed upon. No
decision has been rouched as yot.
If tho court should decide against
tho condemned man', it is prob
able that the Oovcrnor will grans
him a respite of thirty days iu which
to prepare for death. Nicholas it
really in better spirits than for Home
time past. He has been led to believe
that the court will certainly save him
from death for somo time to come at
the least, ami if the decision is uguiust
him bo will be terribly disappointed.
Kichmond is to have a 'oouded waro
bouso. It will be completed by tho
lirst of August. Mr. Johu LL Sodg
wick in the proprietor. The buildiug
will have a capacity of 5,000 or 0,000
barrels of liquor, aud will be u great
convenience to wholesale dealers, The
storekeeper and guagor for tins ware
house were appointed dome time ago
by Secretary Carlisle ou iho recom?
mendation of Collector Kyau.
? bs Flrai llnleisl ><-?v i'osem.? nation.
By Southern Asiooiate.1 l'ross.
New Yohk, July 16,?Tho first bale
of uuw crop i'exus cotton whs sold by
Woodrow .v Lett is, iu front of tue
Cotton Lieblinge to day. lt was
grown iu Duvid county, Texas, and
shipped by I.twin l'ona, of San Diego,
to Leone und U, Blame, of Oalvautou,
aud by them consigned lo Messrs.
Tullmau k Schwartz, of New York. Lt
clarified fully middling and was bought
by J. O. (traham \ Co., at 11 cents
pur pound. It will be slnppel by the
Bteamabiu St. Louis of thu American
line to-morrow to Messrs, Meadows,
Frost .v Co., Liverpool.
x tiruatl i x c I it a I % e)(IB i u Ii lllstaa Hot*
telrv in Iii? iihiicI? ?r w llrcelver.
lly Southern Assooiatal I'rSM.
Omo.too, July 16,? Tbo Hotel Riebe
lieu this afteruoou passed into the
bauds of a receiver appointed by Judge
Fay uu on application of H, 11, Hells,
proprietor of the hotel. Tho judge
earned Wm. C. Hugomu. who has been
. secretary of the Itiobelieu Hotel Com
pauy and lixed his boud at 820,000.
L'bo" hotel has gained a world-wide
reputation iib au exclusive high elans
hostelry, by the favorite slopping nluoo
of out.ib,u foreigners ami of thu wealth?
iest Americans, t he house was opened
about ten years ago. The reooiver
says to-day's result was brought about
1 by dullness in tbo hoUl business.
STRIKING CARPET WEAVERS.
Arc Still in a Condition of Uncertainty
Regarding the Outcome.
Bj Hout! arii Atsoointed Press.
PntLAUUM'uiA, July 10.? Tlio strik
iug eitrpct wonvcrn ':i the Kensington
mill district, are still in 11 condition of
uncertainty regarding tho outcome of
tliu test between employer and em?
ploye. The compromise, us suggested
by tbo manufacturers yostorday, oilers
au increase, but to take client not until
December I, and tbe proposition bns
ruised cousulorablo opposiliou amoug
Wheu Hie report of tbo enmmittoo
was received it was decided lo consider
it to day in individual meetings of the
employes from tho respective nbopu.
Tbesn meetings wero long, lusting iu
many ensos from early morning to lato
in tbe aftoruoon. At several of them
Ibe concensus of opinion wus iu favor
of adoptiug tbe new scale of wages.
1 he principal stumbling block iu the
way of uu amicable adjustment was tho
delay [imposed by tbo uiantifaoturera
in reisiug tbo wages.
A mooting of nil tbo tlologatns from
tbe sbops will probably be held to?
morrow, that tbe different strikers may
be prcsoutod to tliu manufacturers ut
the meeting of the latters' ropresouta
tivcH ou Tbursdoy,
liisperianl ! on lmi New??
Hv Southern Ai*ootnted Press,
London, July Id?Sir William Har
court Iioh bean nomtuntod to Htund for
tho west division of Monmouthshire,
Mr. U. M. Wiirmiugtou, Homo Killer,
who ropresented the ilivisiou iu the
last Parliament, having tlecliued to
contest the sunt,
lti.iti.i.n, July 111, - Tho Tageblatt
says thul Ilaron Voll Hutiimorsluy, for?
merly editor-in-ohief of the Kreuz Zoi
tunir has :led from tSurliu, taking his
clients with him nud thut otliuial seals
have bnou placed upon his dwelling.
X i uiniit .11 ifrdered t>v Five (\euroes.
hv Hoiithoru Associatud l'ross
Havana, .luly 10. -At ('ayajabos,
near Artumisa, in thin proviueo. late
last night, a family, comprising u man,
three women and two girls, wuro at?
tacked by livo negroes ami brutally
murdered, their bodies bum,';- fright?
fully gushed with kuivcs. Two other
persona wero also seriously woliuded
by the negroes, who wero pursued uud
captured by tho civil guard,
I'oitourtl It i kiilliin TOHdetOOlS,
lit Sntitliaru Assoei.ito'l Press.
Anna, Ills., .July 10.?The family of
U. (J, Newton,, on route from Mariou,
in., to Arkansas, and oucauiped near
this place, have been poisouad by eat
in;; toadstools, which thoy supposed
were mushrooms. Two littlo girls,
aged 13 and 17 respectively, tiled last
night, aud a boy, aged 10, died this
mumme, Tbo mother aud two other
children are not expected to live.
Rlioctted it> l.iulmiliiir.
UyHoutliuru Associate I t'tu-ts.
Richmond, Vs., July IG.?Threemon
at work ou ono of tho gunboats ut
Newport News wero shucked by light
mug this aftoruoon and rendered un?
conscious, but all recovered without
Vlu. Remarkable Story Tolil by a Well*
Knoivn tluntttitriixil Kenpur.
Mr. M. H. Cavcudar, restaurant, corner
Mnrkot square and Union street, Nor?
folk, Va.. tolls tho following story of his
sufferings and euro: "Two years nun an
erujition appeared on my baud in the na?
ture of eczema. I tried a number of rem?
edies, hut It rapidly grew worse. 1 then
placed myself in ihn bauds of u physician,
and for eighteen months of treatment by
physicians anil other parties iny hand, In?
stead of linproviug, bad been gradually
growing worse, and last October 1 bad
lost all hope of saving It, und had partly
coma to tho conclusion that I would have
it amputated, as my whole arm was be
coiutug affected by tho disease My hand
and wrist were swollen to twice their
normal size, and my baud was n mass of
putrefied flesh. The agonies I suffered
cannot he described. I was unable to got
u night's rest, aud really life was not
worth livin?. About this time Quiatol
Inudu its appearance on the market, ami as
1 heard so much of its wonderful curative
powers, and knowing of several cases in
which It had Riven satisfactory results, I
decided to give It n trial, though I bad no
hopes of success. I responded to the invi?
tation of the company, and went to their
laboratory and let Mr. Sweet apply the
remedies. The result was truly wonder?
ful. Instead of Irritating and causing mo
pain, as other remedies bad done, Its ef?
fects were soothing in the extreme, uud if
it bad not given mo n euro I shoultl
have been fully satisfied, ns it allayed
tho swelling to such a lurgo degree, and
relieved tho pain to such an extent that I
was able to steep at night. Hut this Is not
all. 1 had not beeu using it three days
before 1 saw such marked Improvement
that my hopes were kiudled, aud I had u
roncwod fultb that I had at lust found
sninothlufx thut would cure my affliction.
My hopes have boen fully realized. I havo
used the remedy constantly for three
months, and the result is a euro of what
every ono suid was a boneless case. I
cannot say too much for this wonderful
remedy. This statement can be cortillc.il
to by n great many prominent citbteni ot
Nothing lu;s over boon discovered which
will cure eczema as quickly us Quratol,
which la sold by nil druggists at COconts
Ex-Premier Stambuloff, Who For?
tunately Escaped Death,
Madams Stambuloff Charges tho
Police with Complicity in tho
Crime and Demands that the
Guilty Parlies, Who Are
Well Known, be Arrested.
Uv Southern Associated Tress.
Sofia, July 10,?Tho excitement into
which thu city was thrown by tbe at?
tempted murder of ex-l'romier
Stambuloff hus uot iu tho least degree
subsided, but, ou tho coutmry, has
been mtousiliuil. Madam Stambuloff
was uot at home when her wounded
husband was brought to his house, but
came iu soon afterward. Mho was pros
trulod with sorrow but quickly re?
covered. Sbo charged the police with
complicity in thu attempt to murder
her husband aud demaudud that they
at once arrest the guilty persons, who,
ulio declared,wore well known to tbem.
Madame Stambuloff then turnod to
tho public nrosccutor and several
oilier officials, who hud arrived soon
alter her buidmud was brought homo
aud compelled tbem to leave the
M. Fetkoff, who was walking with
M. Stambuloff when bo was attacked,
deolures that just before the crime was
oominitled ho saw u number of gen?
darmes vanish iu the distauco.
Tho attack was made just before dark
in a Htreet thut is much frequented in
the day time, but in very quiot early
in the evening. After thu crime was
committed the gondurms appeared
aud blew their whistles. .Several ar?
rests have been made in connection
with the outrage.
? Hot Weather
?| Are mostly due to the eyes,
A 't ho intense h.-at ami "glaiV of the
t ?an aotken?often permanently m
a Jure? th? tight. A pur of suitable
v Blasses w !l reatedy nl.thfav We'll malco
A a seleatiiioexaniinatiou?tell yoa what
* glaisc.? nr.- lies) suited tor your eyrs?
a mill tit i n I nilj iat them?WITHOUT
? axvsa euAaoiu
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
'20 15ANK ST.
Iteslden i'?Sfl VoiL
in;, iss Vork stieet.
16 Charlotte, IS4 Bousn.
'l'ao ne* houses, i olonlal av#nue, C.heut.
Iii Duke street, 7 1 Maria?! street.
58 Wood tl.t. 8 i t-alklantl.
SI Wulke street, OOS Cliureh street, 1S7 CbspeL,
<???.: I'oitt avenue, mi Pat k avenue.
Its*. Willotii bby, I2i Ulbhs uvenne.
; t r Kerguseu avenueJ
flats- rjl Hank, IMI hurch street.
hit i lunch, . Church street.
Offices? IIIS, 188 Main str.ui.
Stores?-7 Hank ?treet,69, 71 Waterstr63-.
i oi Tier .lunic-i anil lllnh. t"list above.
For n in October 1st. IS* York. r.'3 Vork,
list bunh stnet,large house, -u t.-.i leior boaid?
Burruss. Son & Co.
Commercial and other business paper dl?
Loans negotiated ou favorable terms,
i uy Bonds and othor securities bought
Deposits received ami nocounts invited,
luteiest allowod on time deposits.
Haie Deposit .boxes for rout. Charges
I Draw ll.IIa of Exchange nn.l ru&ko cable
' transfers to Europe.
I,ntters of credit issuod to prluoipal cities.
Ol thu world. QOi't
Tho tramp lifo insurance n gents who trios
to make you In lie - that any other regnlac
hf? insurance company pay's as large divi?
dends or surplus as the Northwestern
Mutual, is guilty of deception by using mis?
leading ItATlOS, which no honost man
would employ or exhibit, as thay are made)
j up t j oronto a falso iinpresMOti.
D. Humphreys & Son.
GEN'L AOENTS NOUTH WESTERS I
MAYER & CO.,
DEAl KR3 IN
Railroad, Steamboat and
4 and 6 West Market ?quAtr?|'