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tub Uww Was a Fine witness and!
Ms Lis.cnefl lo Biicniivilj.
?[ CHE PWED 10 EXPLAIN.
Be R? to ?f. Wise, "you n\\ um \ m
he mm believe ma. massn.
The Proceedings Yesterday Were In?
teresting. A Large Numher ol
Witnesses on tlie Stand, Ona
ul Them the Wile of
Dr. H. E. Johnson,
The Maseey-Pilot suit bat now run
twenty days, nboui twice as long us was
expeeted when the ease was railed.
l here was ? decided decrease iu in?
terest during the latter purt ol Mr.
Mu set's cross examination, owing to
the long accouuts taken of his receipts
und disbursements, but as sooti as the
plniDlill left the stand there whs u
revival ol feeling,.
The new witnesses wcro expected lo
prudiicu additional sensations, aud as
lie partisan feeliug is stroug in the
4 ny. the ullsudauetj was larger yester
day tliuii ui any lime during the oast
ten days, 'I Ins was doubtless due to
the fact tbat Qov, OTerrall aud At
lornuy lieiierul Scott would Le called
lo the stand, and their evidence being
important, tendiug lu show beyond all
dispute the character ol tlie Operations
Ol tile Board ul I ?Mention, ot Wbicli
(bey wero members, Their evidence
was expccti d to Luve osptend aud po
culiar weight, as the dcfoune bad dis?
claimed ail intentions ul charging
either with doing nuy wrong or kuow
lugly allowing anything wrong to lie
dune, ti'iv. U'Perrall came to Norfolk
proparod to tell nil about the hook
coutracts aud tho meutiugs ol Ibe
Hoard, lie was the be-,1 witness iulro
duced on either side, uol best in nuy
partisan tense, but bent because ho
fnlly understood what be was talking
?bout; answered ul I tpiestiotiN in u
straightforward manner aud with a
directness that produced very favorable
comment, aud whs uu the stand not
morn than an hour ami a ball.
There was some little delay in getting
down to bueiues . us ouu or two of Ibe
lawyers were late. When tho ( ourt
was ready lor work Mr. Thorn arose
otiil Faid tbat Mr. Massey desired to be
recalled, that he mig.it bo able to cor?
rect a mistake which he hud made, aud
raid .Mr, Massey's attention le. i been
called lo the mistake by bin lawyers.
'1 hero uns no objection iiu? Mr.Massey
look Ibe stund. JLic said bo bad testified
that be deposited for Mr?-. .Mauley in
iv.ij ?1,(550 in ibo i'lauters' National
Hank, bat that lie linds that up lo
(bat time she had not placed more
than I er .- " 1 in his bunds,
Mr. Wise then asked Mr. MasBoy
wlmt relation Mr. Andrew Karisb was
Do Mr, Wo mack, and be replied that
Rlr. Wouiaek vta- bis nephew. He was
then asked wbeu ho lirsi met Mr. Wo
tnueii, aud roplied in 18110, since wbioh
time Iiih eciiuaiiilance with Woinack
bus increased. In reply to question,
euid lie had been alone in Ins otlioe
tvith Mr. Womiick, as lid had been with
other agents; that Mr. Woinaok bad
visited bis bouse uu<l that ho hud a
conversation witb Mr. Womaok about
the New York World ailiule.
? Mr. Massey Iben left iiio stand aud
JMr. Hilisoly, ol the linu of Hume .v
/Jilisoly w nu called.
He said ho was a boos seller of tho
city oi Norlolk und g.'ts 'Jo and 10 por
cent, discount from thu list of books
adopted by Ibe Stuto for I lie freo
?obools; that bis Urm is required to sell
at the list price.
Mr. Alfriend, of the firm of Vickery
A Co., wan called, but to t?te time the
defense agreed to admit that bis evi
denco would bo tho i-nme a-* Mr. Bill
eoly, aud lie was uol put upon the
ATTOItNEY OGNBltAL SCOTT,
Attorney-General Scot! was the next
Witness, He said he hail bcou a mom
Tier of the Hoard since 1890, Ho then '
told of Ibo adoption of Ibe Stale con?
tracts, th e meetings ol the Bourd, tho
iinpoiiiinily of book Bgontfl and the
adoption ol the resolution saying that
agents of pubiisbors wotiltl not be ul
Jowed to address the Hoard orally.
Mu] Scott km:.I bo thought he was
responsible for tho circular, Hint be
endorsed il. Ho was very busy ajid
that the book agent consumed nearly
all of his time.
He told Ibe Governor and Mr. .Mas
nev thai something would have to be
dono, and m Ina suggestion the ISonrtl
I hat tin re never hiiti boon atiything
like slur chamber proceedmgN, That
tin re witR notbing in'Mr. .MasHey's con?
duct to distinguish him from other
members of the Hoard.
He explained that Mr. Hyrd came
tiefuro tho Hoard of Kiiucaiiou and
?bought it atruugo that bo t.Hcott) bad j
prktt load the^ contraot lor books;'
that he i Hoott), liko the rest of linmon- j
ity, is open tu criticism, but that tie
didu't hku to i>o oritioised thoa und
there; that he has since read the con?
tract and found it an expression of
what the Hoard decided to do. Wit?
ness has investigated thu charges.of
discrimination against Virginia in the
book contract uud found tliom tin*
founded. Witness then tcstitied that
from ins knnwlecgo of Mr. Massoy since
hu tiucatuu nc<iuaiuted with bun in 1881
Ins reputation has beou good.
To Capt. Wise Attoruey-Geueral
Scott said hu Dover understood that
the March njeetmg of 1890 was a final
ndoptiou of books that year-, witness
beard about thnt tinio that Mr. Massey
was unduly prejudiced in favor of some
books, oud ho (.Scott i said at tho time:
"(iivc uio the evidence and I'll attend
to it,' l>ut it was not Riven.
Capt. Wise theu asked tho witness if
Mr. Massey's reputation since l^SSl has
been os pood as his (Scott's).
Tho witness said Hint the only difTer
eude between Mr. MoRscy and himself
in that period has I icon I lint charges
hnvo been made against Mr. Mussey
mid noun have been made against wit
To Mr.Thorn, said thnt ho practically
put out of his oflice tho Mini, who said
Mr.MaBSOy had been bribed.as the uiHti
could net produce tho evidence to
support Ins statement: that he has beou
alert as to Mr. Massey since tbu charge
was uiude and had no reason to believe
the charges true.
nov. i. r. o'fbrrall.
When Ciov. O'Ferrall came down
from I lie judge's beuob to testify, there
was a hum ol voices all over tho bouse,
and the crowd drew nearer to see and
hear Virginia's gallant Governor, He
bind that he had tead the article in the
Pilot several tunes. Ha said he
knew as well us Mr. Massey that
there were competing book agents
in Itichtnoud in 1894. There wore a
great many agents for book houses
in Kichmotid the latter part of the
Legislature in 1 >'.)!, Mr. llvrd was
there as well us Mr. Womacli und oth
ers. These ugeuts came into my office
at all times without knocking and un?
bidden. Anybody who knows ol book
agents know what kind ol men they
ate. there win, no unseemly haste in
the ndoptiou of 1891, I bad the same
time to prepare uiyseli on the book
question that tho other governors
had, lie sau nothing iu Mr. Mas
sey's conduct that would cause bun
to think that Mr. Massoy was any
more anxious to got through with the
book adoption than were the other
members. He suid the rcusou for the
adoption of 1891 was that the School
Superintendent wanted four ehuugei,
und furthermore, the hard times mould
have made a ohauge oppressive upon
Ibe people, tin tins account he be?
lieved he would l uve beeu doing the
people of tbe State u great wrung hud
ne favored u radicul change.
Mr. Neely read several paragraphs
from Ibe article in the Pilot uud usbed
it there was any star chamber proceed
iug, and the Governor said no, unless
tbe refussl to let the book agents in
made it so. He hud examined the oon
trauts of the various States, und was
satistied that in no proper sense had
there been any discrimination against
Virginia in the book contracts.
In reuardto tbe charges subsequently
made by ihe Pilot, thnt tho Governor
aud Attorney-General m their exami?
nation of book mutters iu tho various
States bad omitted some Slates, be
toutnl that iu those States referred to
there were uo Stute contracts, but on
liuther investigation he fouud that tue
Pilol had been comparing purchasing
prices in those States with Holling
prices in Virginia.
The Governor was next questioned
ns to the vnluo of the books sold iu
Virginia, also the exchange list. In
reference to Mr. Massoy controling
tho Hoard the Governor said Mr. .Mns?
sey was equal to either of the mem
hers ol the Hoard, but that two heals
diio as eight beats seven. He bad
found .Mr. Mnssey considerate and
deferential. Ho considered Mr. Mus
Key's general reputation good; had
known him siuce 18(59; would believe
him on oath or oil oath.
Tho Governor said ho tnlktd with
Mr. Massey nhout the suit and told
him he ought to proceed criminally as
well as civilly, anil that Mr. Massey
replied that he had already decided
upon tiie course ho would pursue.
To Judge Heath the Governor said
ho had never charged Mr. Massoy with
ii sropntiible conduct, but hud heard
othets make the charges.
Judge Heath asked if ho thought
Mr. Massoy'e repiitutiou was as good
a.-. Ins | tbe t lover nor),
Ho said: As to any ditToreuce of
reputation between himself and Mr.
Massey. that tho only difference bo
knows is that ho i Mr. Massey > has
hi en charged with things wineh ho
initiiessi has not; Hint it is easy to
make a charge, but harder to prove it.
tiov, O'Ferrall, when questioned,
refused to make any comparison of his j
and Mr. Massey'a character. Ho uttid ,
it wusn delicate Question to ask bun.
Tho question was argued, Mr. Neely
objecting and Capt. Wise insisting
that it was a proper question, M,
SVise said: 1 wont Gov. O'Ferrall to
make n rocord, I don't want bun to ]
dodge the question.
Uov. O'Ferrall replied: 1 biu not a I
dodger, Capt. Wise, ns yon well know.
Continued on Second paye,
The Mayor Suspends Detective
The Commissioners Held a Meeting
Yesterday and Reinstated Detective
Richardson,Charged With Un?
lawful Shooting. Suspen?
ded by the Mayor.
The regular meet in;; of the Hoard of
Polioe Cum tu issiotiers was held in the
Mayor's otlioe nt 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. I'rOHODt: Coinunsniouers
Holton and Verdier.
In the absence of Mayor Pettit, pres
iileut of the Board, Mr, Verdier was
oullcd 'o the chair.
The resignation of < Mlicer T. E,
Klliott, sent in to tho Mayor some
three weoks ago, was read, aud on
The case ol Ollicer Hichardson, sus?
pended I?y the Mayor on the chargo of
unlawful shootiug was taken up und the
Hoard was of the opinion that us the
matter had becu taken out of its bands
and had gone to a higher court, that
the officer should uot 1 e allowed lo
suiVer at the bauds of tuo Board pend?
ing said trial.
tin motion of Commissioner Holton
Oftioor Kichardsiiu was restored to
duty with full pay from tho time ol
The eneo of Ollicer T. P. Walker,
suspended on two charges.
Charge First?Pound asleep on bis
heat on the moruiug of the Ttu ol July
at 8 o'clock.
Charge Second?DrnukeDneat, being
in au intoxicated eonditiou on the
steamer roeahotiias on tho trip to
Cobh'fl Island on Sunday, duly Tib.
Tho second obarge was iirt>t investi?
Ollicer Walker produced u certificate
from Mr. Powell, mute of the steumer
i'OL'iihoutas, sworn to before u notary
public, testifying to tbo Hoher ooudi
tiou and general good conduct of the
ollicer while on the bunt,
Mr. J). A, Taylor, who was ulso a
passenger on tho steamer thut day,
testified that bu was with I Mlicer
Walker during the trip tu and irom
Cobb'a Island uud that ho did not touch
u drop ot 'intoxicating liquor during
the whole trip, lint that the party who
published the btutetueut in tho Public
Ledger the day alter the exotirsiou was
very much intoxicated and hud lo be
warned by tbu ollicer thai unless be
kept more orderly bo would be com?
pelled to Briest bim after he got to
Norfolk, as he would tbau be on duty.
Several other witnesses were present
to curoht-rutu the statement of Mr.
1'avlor, but tbu Hoard did not consider
it necessary to hear their ev dene-,ami
no one appeariug against the ollicer
he was,on motion,buumaliiy autjllltted,
The ollicer plead guilty to the lira!
obarge, giving us his excuse thai ho
bud beau sick for sometime and sat dowu
on ins beat and fell asleep belure he
knew it. Tho Board, on account of
Ids honesty and candor, restored Olli?
cer Wulker to duty wilb the iosa of
bis pu.V, 828, from the timu ot bis
suspension, witti the caution that if bu
is a;:uiu found guilty of a similar
charge he will bo dismissed from the
The charge agaiust Ollicer H. D,
llauk for lulling to reach the station
house at the hour due. 12:21 o'clock,on
the moruiug of the Vth of duly, und
not reaeinug it until 1 o'clock, was
Ollicer Curtis testified that iie was to
relieve Ollicer Hank on thut night, nud
that he could not lind him anywhere
near or ut tho relieving point nud that
he reported it at. the station house.
t Mlicer llauk stated that he was takeu
su-k shortly belore 12 o'clock thut
night iiUil was compelled to leave his
beat in order to get rulief, and that
after being partially relieved he went
in search of tbo ollicer who was to re?
lieve him, nud uot being unit! lo iiud
hi in he leported at the station house
the cause of his lateness lu reporting,
On motion, tho cliarge agaii.st Olli?
cer llauk was dismissed, with in?
structions to go to the nourcst phone
and rcuort wbeu ho is ugaic taken sick.
Sergeant Kirchtnier mado appltcu
tiou for a ten days' furlough tu visit
New York and New Jersey to bring bis
family home. Granted, to take effect
Irom the Ctb of August.
Chiel Knig prooi nteil to tbo Bo/ird
his report ol the operations of the l'o
lice Department fur the fiscal year
ending June :tOtb, 1S?5, winch shows
, the total number of arrests made troiu
July 1st, 180-1, to June :'.Mb. 18,15,
0,108, of which number 2,917 weio
white aud 3,251 were colored.
RROI'IiAR DRTRCTIVRS OlSPENSRD with,
The following was adopted:
ItcHoXved, Tbat the order berotoforu
passed by the board detailing throe
men from the force to uct as regular
detectives is hereby rescinded.
(tcxrAvcd, I nut tho Chief of Police
be mid in hereby empowered lo detail
men from the regular force in such
numbers as he may deuui the exigency
requirea from tune to time to wear
oiti/.eua dress for the purpose of per
forming detective service.
On the snggestlOU of Captain King
tho Board ordered tbat every member
of tbs force who has not heretofore
douo so must supply himself with a
uniform for regular patrol duty, to be
regularly worn except when doing de?
Two applications for positions on ilio
police force wore t. eived and Hied fur
Tlio communication from Mr. W. B.
Crowe!I, agent of the < >!?! Dominion
Steamship Company, asking that Mr.
Kobt liuddick be ?wt.ru in as n special
officer for that conipuuy was granted.
Mr, Joseph Ii. -Ii lies was nppointod
u Substitute on the force upon condi?
tion that no pass the required medical
Til r MA YOtl brstenon officer It 11 hard
Tbe following 01 lor was issued to
Captain W. 11. Kilig by Mayor C. \V.
J'cttit ut 10 o'cloek last nigbt:
Norfolk, Vn , ?i uly 17th, 1895.
('?>/>?, IV. II. h'iiiff, Avtina Vhh-f of
Dear Snt -1 bave just ree.oived in
formulioti that Hp' Hoard of Bolioe
Oommissiouers did at a meeting held
this utter noon exboiiorate Oltlcer ttiuh
ardsou of tiie charges for which f bus
peuoeii him aud did inatoro him lo
duty with lull pay from the time of hin
Suspension, uud ?< Officer Kiohard
noii has been indicted by the grand
jury lor uulawful shooting, and as ho
has not yet boon brought to trial, 1 do
therefore order bis suspeusiou, and
command that you d > not permit him
to perform any duty at a police oflieer
during the term of his iudiotllienl ami
until ho has been bouorably acquitted
by a jury oi his countrymen.
L\ \V. Pkttit,
Mayor t itj ol Norfolk,
I I I l i : i . I 11 l; >!l\.-(l "1<-tV?.
Ur Sotitheru AttocUto i I'rsM.
Washington, July 18.?A telegrum
was received ut tho Navy Department
to duv auuounoiug tin' sailing of the
Anipbltrito from Itamptuu Itoads for
Brunswick,fia., wheie she gcis to tuko
the (Jcurgia naval uiilitis for a practice
cruise, fr'roui Brunswick she will go
to Charleston, ri. C . where she will
take on board tho Charleston, Mouut
rieiisnut and iieaiifort militia divisions,
about 15U meu. Next she will visit
Wilmington, wh< re she will tuko on six
divisions of the North < arolioa uavul
militia. This programme will ocoupy
until August 7, niter which Ibe Ampin
tritt? will sail f..r New York to join tiio
North Atlantic sqtiadrou,
I be Koiiltmrii llmiwai u.m .ai ion.
l?v southern Associate i Preis.
KrNIIAVORTII, Ik>*, ASIIKVlbLB, N.
('., duly 18.? 1 Im met) ting oi the
.Southern ltailway and Steamship As?
sociation lo-day wore given a surprise
by Commissioner Ii. It. .Stahlmaii, who
in a speech declared himself not u can?
didate tor te election and said it
elected bo would not accent the posi
tiou under auy circumstauues. litt'orts
have been made to induce the commis?
sioner to change hu mind ns Iiih re?
election was regarded us a certainly,
but he refused ami Bays bis decision is
< lull t; ell Will, It u Mm ) .
15v Souths"!! Associate 1 Press
Ashkvim.p, N. C? July 18, W. W,
Long, formerly of Ilughe-, 0., was
artcstcd ut ...d, this county, to?
day OD u wurrai.t charging him with
bigamy, it in alleged that Long has a
wile ill Ohio und it is Cerlaiu he wks
muiricd a lew years ago in Skylaud.
lie gave boml in me sum of $i),(i00 for
bis appearance lot a preliminary ex?
amination Saturday next.
1 ?und U niiduriiiy In in. surrt? u
> i i\ VorR.
Ail Boiltbei ll AiSOOlatsJ Press
New Von?, July 18.? Lnoch W.
Aguow, 17 years old, who claims lo
bo a buuh- r in Ocala, I Ia., was found
wuiiiloriiig simlo -ly olmnt the Lib
erty street ferry this afternoon.
Aguow was arraigned later in Ibe
Tombs Police Court, who committed
him for examination as lo bis sanity.
I lie I mil o> I'lilu'i ? arum.
liv Sonthorn ' *>uc;ate I Pres?.
Richmond, \ a . duly 18. ? Very lit?
tle progress made to day at Lueu
burg C. 11., in 'ho trial ol l okey
Barnes, charged with (he murder of
Mrs. Pollard, * onrt adjourned untill
to-inorro*, ponding the arrival of cer
Found ?.n. ii? "? iW tinier in Iii?
s, i nnil Degree.
Rv SOOtliei Associated Prow.
TltKNTON, N. J., July 18.? Iho jury
in Ihe case ol J< hu Collins accused ol
murdering Fred U Ohl, the Princeton
College student, came iu at 11:45 to?
night with a verdict of murder in the
i:? -1 r. ill ii i Mllinbutttf I lie ml
Ur Southern Associate! Press.
Sofia, July 1- Kx Premier Stam
bnlofT, who was assassiuated in tue
streets Monday, died at3:30 o'clock
this morning from tho terrible wounds
ho received at the hands of his assail?
ants. Lie was I" years of ago.
Henili hi ii Itntiltai m otloiiur ? .
Uv Southern Associate I 1'ro.s
Nuw YoitK, duly 18.?A cnble dis
patch from ( alcutiu announces tlio
death ut that place of llev. .lames Lid
dell Phillips, the widely known Jlap
Impure hlood causes pimples, hives, boils
and eruption* of tiie skin, Johnson s Sar?
saparille hu I ' otery pnr 80s the b!o>d and
? ru.lieatOS all b ood ',< i on. Large Lot 1c
tu cents. J. - 1
Two Boys Aged II and 13 Years
Commit a Great Crime.
Reading Dime Novels They Sought
To Emulate The Deeds of Tho
Heroes Pictured Therein.
They Remained in the House
With tho 'Body.
By Sonttern Areooiated Trct?.
London*! July is, a most horrible
case of juvenil? depravity and brutal?
ity caiiie to light in IMaislow, nu cast?
er a suburb of London, this morning.
I ?(' boys named < oiubs, aged ro
speotively Id and 11 Tears, were
brought beforu a magistrate upon the
charge of having murdered thoir
mother, and the noousatiou wasaub*
stantiated by their own confeaaiob of
the or Hue The boys killed their
mother by stabbing her through the
Inn: I ten days ago, since which tune
they havo occupied tho house aloue
With the woman's fast decomposing
The husband of the murdered woman
nud father of the ttvo boyH is n ship
purser and is absent from home ou a
sea voyage. The liou^u is well fur
nislicd and posses all the rcipiirouieuls
of u comlorlabli! home.
Alter the boys committed their crime
they pawned a number ol valuables
they found IU (be house and proceeded
to enjoy themselves by taking trips to
various places on Ihu river and in the
interim visiting cricket grounds and
indulging iu other forms of nmusu
When they wore arrested they were
playing cards in the house containing
the decomposed corpse of their mother
in company with a half-witted mau nud
apparently getting the highest degree
id enjoyment from their pastime, de?
spite the stench winch pervaded the
rooms. The magistrate was astounded
at the developments of the ease and
amazed nt the cool demoanot of tbo
boys, fie declared that he could uol
believe the youngsters sn.'io and re?
manded them pending their mental
examinations. The miuds of thn boys
seem to have hceu upsol by lending
novels wbioh made heroes of cut thront?,
robbers und the like. The crime has
crcntud a great scuratiou in London,
THE 0. Y. P. U. OF AMERICA.
Their Filih International Convent Ion
Now Being Held.
Uy Southern Assooiuteil 1'ien.
BatiTiMoitE, July 18. The delegates
aud visitors to thu Ufth international
oouvention of tho Baptist Young
i'eoples' Union of America continued
to arrive throughout thu night und
early morniug hours until at lo o'clock
there were II),HDD congregated ill the
mammoth tent, located nt Mudifion
avenue cntrauee to i>riud Hill.
Tho interior ol the big tent presented
a guy appearance, with myriads oi
American Hugs, lSapti?t Union ilags
ami English Mugs hanging fiom every
post and pole in the place. l>uvotiouul
exercises were led by thu Bev. C.
Hobb?, 1). D., of Delavau, Wie. As
Dr. iiobliH doeland the convention
opeu for business a d ?legation from
Wisconsin matched into tuu tent sing
lug ".Maryland, My Maryland."
A welcome song, dedicated to the
Young Baptists by Prof, Jobu (I, Rob?
inson, was sung by a choir of 500
voices, nuder tho direction of Prof.
Hurry W, 1'ortor. This was followed
by an address of President John 11.
< hi behalf of tho churches of Haiti
more .Mr. Kiiguuo Levering made uu
address of welcome iu which ho said
that no convention of ei|iial impor?
tance had over been held here.
In the ubsoueu of I iov. Brown, Mayor
l.uii -be welcomed the visitor:- und
tendered them everything within the
eonlilies ol tho Mute. The audience
joined tho choir in singing "My Couu
I ry ' 1 is ot Thee."
Rev. 11. M. Wharton, 1). D., pastor
of Brantloy Baptist Church, made an
eloquent address of welcome on behalt
ol tho Baptist Youug Peoples' Socie?
ties. 1 he speaker n slutement tiiut the
Baptists believed in an everlasting
separation of church and Stute was up
ulauded, und when he added that the
Baptist does (lot believe in tho itfd hut
but doe> believe iu thu little roil
scboolbonse, the audience cheered him
ugnni aud again. Dr. Wharton con
eluded his address by singiug three
verses of uu original hymn of welcome.
After the choir sang "Blest lie the
l ie," Bev. Dr. L. M. S. Heynes, k>.
. >., of Troy, N. Y., responded to the
addresses ol weloomo on behalf of the
Board of Managers und the delegates.
The annual report of tho Board ol
Manngerb wbh presented by Bev. Dr.
Prank L. Wilkius. D. D,, general hoc
rotary of the UulOU,
Addresses were mado on "Culture
for Service" ny Rev. O. 0. S. Wallaoe,
ol Toronto, < tut., and ou "The Junior
Society," "lhe Hope of tho Move
muni," by Kev. Uolautl D, Grant, of
The eonvonlion took a rooees at 12:30
until _':l? p. m,
The session began with a praise eer
vice led by Bov. W. S. Roberts, of
Burlington, Yt. Prank Harvie Smith,
of Brooklyn, presided. Rev. Fred?
erick L Anderson, of Rochester, made
uu address on "Money and (ho King
... ' .:.' , . ....??i.-:
dorn." Tuih was followed l>y an upon |
parliament au systematic giving, w Lie Ii
was conducted by Kov. Lt. G, Ivers, of
Now York. The dmaussioii was general
iitul very iiilorusting.
"The liihlu Mothoil of Winning
Souls" wu* Um subjoct of uu address bv
Rcv. .lohnston Myerr, D. D., of Chi?
An open parliament, with the stibjoct
"What llus Your Society Dooe to Pro
tnolo a Revival iu tho Church'.'" wns
condnoted by Kev. S. A. Northrop, I).
U,, of Kort Wayne, Ind.. ami the con?
vention look a recess until 7:!H) o'clock.
At tno evening session, the praise
service was led by Her, Archibald
Wbi iilon. of Mystic, Coun, The ban*
uers for junior work wore presented to
the winners iu three classes - sacrod
hi'Tu t ii i e course, bible reader! course
ami conquest missionary course. Thu
Austin Association of Illinois, won tho
' The .laoksuu Association, of Michi?
gan,secured tho bible readers' banners.
The miamouury prime went lo the fan
toil Soeiity, of Cunion, <).
President W. Et. Harper, of Chicago,
presided ditiiug tho bold review of
Kev. Russell H. Con well, of Phila?
delphia, wound up tho ovouing's pro?
gramme with an addreSH ou "Wuutud.
1 i ?uncd Leaders."
BUSINESS IN THE SOUTH.
Wbnt the Manufacturers' Record Has
to Say About It.
r.v Routboru Associated I'rsss.
Rm.hmoiu', duly 18.?Speoial ro
ports to the Manufacturers' Record
show- that, "throughout the length
and breadth Of the Shctiuudoub Valley
of Virginia, the growing revival in
business is clearly shown." Particulars
ale given regarding the great salt and
soda ash plant just completed in south?
west Virginia nt ail expenditure of
over 82,000,1100 by New York and Eng?
It is expected thai this plant will
largely meet tho demand heretofore
iii.m i by English mauuUolurura for
nitrate of soda, soda ash and similar
produols. Some Ovo or aix railroad
enterprises, involving tho construotiuu
of irom ton to sixty miles of road each,
have been reported during the week,
including one company orgaui/ed in
llaltimoiu to build a line across the
peninsula of Maryland and licluware
to Ihn 'ieashore.
A largo water power in North Caro
liuu has been purchased and will be
developed on a large scale. A 8-100,000
compau) has been organi/od in Ibe
sumo Slate to purchase anothor wutur
(lower and build a 10,000 spindle cotton
mill, with the expectation of largely
increasing thu size of this mill. In
South Carolina a 3180,000 cotton mill
company has been organized ut Lan?
caster, and nt Wuldoii.N. 0., a uontra.it
bus boon let for h 12,000 spindlu mill.
Two cotton seed oil null companies,
each with n capital of 825,000, have
been orgoiu/od, olio io 1 n\us mid ono
iu South Carolina. Among other en?
terprises rtipoitcd for tho weok wero n
basket factory to employ lot) Lauds in
Alabama, n cotton giuuuig ami com?
press company toereot gins and presses
iu Arkuusas. a 8200,000 gold mining
compntiy in Atlanta, $0,1)0(1 electric
plant iu Missouri, n 810,000 machinery
company in Maryland and a large num?
ber of miscel'aueous enterprises
throughout the South.
M uiother hai bsan Is kins IIokih Darsa
purillii Tor >? ?/? in.i. but dues t.diiiift mo
hiittles ol Hood's .snraauarilla ?Iis Is very
mu h I at: r. - .UihM Alice t*. Bull Uirdsuest,
Ilona s rills i ure all liver Ills
Btirruss, Son & Co.,
Commercial and other buslnaii paper tUi
20U u toil
Loan- negotiated on favorable teinn.
? iiy lloads uu i other securities bought
Deposits recelve.1 and nceouiit* Invited.
Interest altowod on t tu- ilepodt.
H.'in iie|io-r. loiui lur reut. Charges
Uraw B Iis ol I iccbauge and nuke -able
transfer- to Europe.
betters ol ere lit issued tu priuoipal cities
ot the worl :. anil
MAYER & CO.,
?KAI I KS IN
Railroad. Steamboat and
4 and 6 West Market Square,
The tramp life insurance ? gouts who trios
to make you bellete tlint any Other regular,
life insurance company pays as largo divi?
dends or surplus tho Northwestern
Mutual, it guilty oi deception bv using nm
leadiiiK HA lb i-< which no honest mau
would employ or exhibit, as they are undo
np tj oreate a false minn-snon.
D. Humphreys & Son,
QBN'L A?KN'A'd NOBXttWERTKSN1
Of Howard Pietz*. Who the Detec?
tives Say Was Murdered,
The Earth In n Cellar of a Houaa
In Toronto Was Turned Up, But
Nothing Was Found. The
Police Think the Boy Was
Killed in Detroit.
UT Sontborii Associate! Hrstt.
Toronto, July 18.?The Neudel cot
Inge, Ut. Viuoent street, was the scene
ol a further search to-day by Doteo
uvee (ieyer und Cuddick to satisfy
themselves and tho public thnt the re
niiiiue of Howard f'iet/.cl were not cum
iionlud somewhere in the cellar whore
Ins aietere were buried or in tho ad?
joining yard; The cellar was thor?
oughly aoarcbed, every spot being
turned up tu a depth of some faet.
The yard was carefully explored and
the old cistern examined, but nothing
was found, and it now seems certain
that Iho boy was murdered and his
body disposed of in Detroit.
A few hmoll bones were discovered,
winch wore thought (o bo the remains
Nellie's foot, which wub said to have
been mistuug, but on examination at
the morgue they wore found to be
chicken bones. An examination of the
body now leads the Coroner to believo
that tlio bonea ol the foot are in the
colli u with tho cot pee. Tho medical
experts have received from the mother
at Ohioaga un accurate description of
the birthmarkH on each child und of a
sear on the eldest girl, tho result of au
Mrs. I'iet/.el is expected hereto-day
and will give evidence at the inquest
to morrow night.
Wait for steamer Northampton's1
auntial moonlight excursions to
Miithews .Inly 24th and 26tb. 3:
Choice Michigan buy, timothy und
mixed on truck will bo Mold cheap, D,
1\ Heid .V Uro.
tit n<i%v >lii|>.? in i ii ilit..
Beautiful mull hata, nil shapes in
chips and Leghorns, u lull line of milli?
nery ut Mrs. 1'. lues, I'M Church
St i eel.
"Newest Discovory' ?Ext, tenth: no
pain. N. Y. D. Kooiiir, 102 Main.
Insect Bites, ?
RELIEVED HP" '
For Adults and Infants Noth?
in?: Better Than
The ban ly remedy for Household Use.
hee|> it huiuiv for emergencies. For
Cuts, Wounds, Hum*. Scalds and
end all Skin Diseases it
hss no o mal.
ALL DRUGGISTS. - - 50 CENTS
J Hot Weather
f Are mostly, due to the eyes,
A fhe latente best and ''glare" of the A
v Mm weaker! often |.i>riimuently lu- '
A Jure?the ..igln. A pur of suitsbls ,1
f (lasses Will rented v si. this. We'll asks '
A u ieitWV./ie exainiiiatiou?tell you what A
r elaiscs are best suited tor your eyts? I
A .111.1 tit ?ml adjust them?without .)
I XTIA eilAKGK. '
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
'20 BANK ST.
Residences?2S York street,
in:, us York ittest.
15 Cbsrlotte, i? n,'u?n.
I ?o ne* bouses, Colonial aiinnc, Queut.
t.; Puke strict, 74 Muriner street.
R8 Wood itreet. tu; lalkland.
S3 Walke ?ireai. .'.OS rhurch street, 137 Chapab
> .t: in avenue. <oi Paik arenas.
136 Wlllouvhhy, 12-lUiliba avenne.
37 Ferguson avenue.
Flats?121 Bank, 188 Church street,
:u; Clttitoh. Obnrch street.
:<l. i Muri, .;w... t,onrcn ?trrw
Otnces?s-j, ins, is* Main str.et.
Storm?77 ilaolc?tr?el, ??, 71 W
v* ater strei::..
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< oi ii.t Jarars and bleb, Flat abore,
For r??t Octoper Jit. 13? York, l&t York.
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