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The Final Settlement of the Claim of
This Government Against Spain.
Cramp, the Shipbuilder, and
Secretary Herb;rt. The
Bv Soullicru AsauuiatuJ Press.
Washington, September 14.?Aftor
tooro tbau twenty years uf uego
tiatiuns, which several times threat?
ened to briug about strained rulatioos
between Spuiu aud tbe Uuited Stales,
? draft for the amount uf tbe indem?
nity detuaudud by this Government
for tbe coniiucaiiou of tbe Cubnu
estates of Autouto .Maxima Mora, a
naturalized Auiortcan citizeu, was de?
livered by Seuoa DuPuy Do Lome,
thd Spanish Minister, tu .Mr. Adee, the
Acting Seoretary of State. All that
now remains for tbe Uual aettlomeut ol
the claim will bu tho urrauguuieuts ol
tbe assignments made by Mr. Mora tu
creditor* aud the delivery to bitu of
There was no oeretuouy about this
culmtuatiug net ou the, purt uf Spatu,
JSenor De Lome appeared at the ?t?te
Department ubuut unou aud was im?
mediately sbowu luto the c>: 1 i e of Mr.
-Aiiec. He hauded to the latter a draft
ei.I by himself on the Loudou
liuauoinl Agency of Spain for 'i'.l.'i,
412.10s lid. ilie qtuvaieut ot 81,449,
Out! or l,iVH),U00 ?pamsh pesos, aud
?Mr. Adee delivered in return lormal
reei ipt for tbe ainouut sigued by htm
eelt u> Act log Secre'ary. This cousti
tilled the whole transaction, aud Seuor
jL'c Lome uud Mr. Adee uttered some
fiolite i-ommouplaces, shook hamls uud
sjepaiied us though I hey they had been
DlUndlllg to a minor matter, instead ol
Mr. Charles ('ramp, the Philadel?
phia shipbuilder, hud a talk with Heu
retary Her tier I in-day about tue ru
? piesi mado by the Secretary of the
i\av\ I bat the now Oattleslnp Indian:,
bbouhi bo docked in the new nuval dry
dock at i'ort lioynl, S, C., aud uot at
.Halifax, N. ,s. Secretary Herbert has
do authority in tnu matter, as the lu
?.iiaua hu:- uot yet been turned over tu
tue government. Atr. (Jtamp recently
informed lie department that he
Would dock the v at liulifax, giv?
ing us bis reust u thai there was uo ad?
equate arrnogemeut!- in this country,
'.To tlns_Alr. Hei bei I loi :. ? ?ci ptiou.and
informed Mr. Crump that the i'ort
Xloyal dock wus ready.
lu their conversation today Mr.
Cramp indicated to -Mr. Herbert ti at
tie would stick to hm oripii ui luieutiou
<ii taking the Indiaua tu lieliiex. Me
?aid tbut us the Port Hoy .1 duck had
Dot been tested yet ny uu> vessel, he
Oni not like lo make the litrt ultempt
cud would prefer that t .e governuicui
otioiild be the tirsi to try it "on tbe
dug," us ihu slang phrase kucs.
The Lifo Saving Service is informed
Cunt the schooner Ueuteunial,Coal laden,
Philadelphia to Newborn, N. t.,
etruuded ut 2 o'clock this aitcruoou nil
Dawsou's Point, Wuehepragiiu. Yu.
"j he vessel is probably a total loss,
M he crew of five men were saved ut
the lifo saving crew,
A dispatch received at the Navy Do
p&Atinoiit to day, stating that tbe
t-ruiscr Olympia had arrived ut liou
?mihi ou ilm 2d and duding cholera
there had lolt for Lanbuua. where she
will remain for about twctity day.-- to
repair her coudenser tubes.
Ibe beimingtou is iu quarantine
ciatHidc the harbor of Honolulu, 'tiro
'.ases ot cholera, the report says, have
occurred on her, one oi which W. H.
(loehel, an apprentice, proved fatal.
2'rtvatu letters received in San Lrau
eisOO and mentioned iu L'uitud Press
diepatoheB, indteatc more cases tlisu
these two on board the lJeuiiiugtou.
Secretary Carlisle has rejected ull
the proposals for assay tog aud samp
; Ii,; ores ou the uorthcru und southtru
borders of the Uuited htutes for tbe
}>uri>ose? of asoertatuiog tho quautity ol
lead contained Uieieiu. l'roposals were
ctuluntited ouly for Paso Del Norte,
'A'ex., though asked for for tbe entire
border suction. Sceretury Carlisle,
tu rejection them, takes tbe
puaitiou tout it is impossible to carry
,,ui t ic inleui of (Jougress where bids
filling ouly part of thu work aro sub
Knitted, ami hu is of opiuiou that tho
?vurk can he done more efficiently uud
cbeepoi by tho governmeut. Ho will
I'iereloru report the matter to the next
?Jougress and ask for tin appropnatiou
tuflioicut to establish proper oro ro
/tu.- ug ?orka ut tiio priuoipal oro im
porting points along tho Mexican and
Lieut, lieu. robnliold speaks'iu cti
th i.'aBlio terms ol thu recuptiou ten
d rciV'im ou bis recent farewell tout of
;uf| ov \o i. and especially as to the
conn cay shown him in tho Southern
(Slates. Do specifies the Oourtcsiei
e,uuwu him iu .Memphis, Teun., the.
bpieiui luviiutiou leu.lere.1 him at New
Orleans and his rdception by tho f!on
jo utu Veteran iJuiou aud ibe Graud
A'my of tho liepiiblto at Houston,
M?? wh8 muoh plea-ed wub the
ineudiiuess of the one-time enemies,
aud the demonstrations of affection
made by the Coulederute veterans for
tbe Stars and Stripes.
The Treasury gold reserve is ttated
to day at $09,682,544, subject to a uut
deduction of $3,8U0,000 as tho with
druwals uud deposits of gold at Nevr
York yesterday. Corrected ollicial re?
ports received this mnruiug from
Assistant Treasurer Jordau placo ttio
total withdrawals yesterday at $4.;'.(1U,
UJU aud that deposited at Sl.UOU.OOU.
Prof. C. V. ltilcy, formerly the en
totnolugiat of the Agricultural Depurt
mcut, was thrown Irom bis bicycle this
nioruiug aud received iuitines which
muy prove fatal.
THt COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg
ers in Norfolk.
Special Dispatch to tlia Vlrxiuiatla
PctkhsUUHO, Va,, Suutuuibur 14.?
Mr. C. \Y. hpicer, Sr., died ut his
late hotue, in tuis city, thin utternoou
shortly after '2 o'clock, alter a protract?
ed illness. Tho deceased was a native of
Louisa couuty, Va., aud came to
Petersburg about forty yuurs ago, aud
engaged in the niauuluclure of to
The sty le of the lirm first was iiurrts
ii Spicer. Mr. Spicer subsequent ly
carried ou the busmesu alone until
about tcu yearn ago, when be lemovtd
to BlObuioud, where he carried ou toe
tobacco business up to thu titno of h e
death, He. wus a member ol the Pe?
tersburg tobacco Association.
(u^ioauol.'ts trvfO, ou next luesday,
ho will Oe luiitudiu marriage to Alis?
Notieite Williame, .Mr. Liubert wus
accompanied by bis su>tur, Alias P.nseiia
Liebert, and .Miss l?steile * ruuk, a
cousin ol the prospective bride.
A movement is ou loot uuioug the
several lodges of Oild Fellows iu this
city to give a vocal aud instrumental
entertainment ut then haiuLume new
hull sometime lu October next,
Mrs, A, O. Wallard, ot llicnmoud, is
viutiug Mrs. D. S. \S. iJuuus ou Wash?
.Miss Bettie L. Tucker, who has been
bummering iu North Csroliua.returued
homes yesterday aliertioon.
Mms Annie Leo Mauu, ol Siler City,
N. C, is visiting her graudtutuer, air.
The eomiitiou of Mr. \V. H. Little
John, who is nuilcring (torn juuudlce, is
uut slightly improved.
Miss Mattie Lambert, who has been
visiting Irieuda und relatives ut Lu
l.roos, Mecklenburg county, bus tu
turned to the city.
Cupt. A. H. Houbi.of Prince George
count), Wus iu ihu city to day,
^.Alis. A. D, Thompson ana her son
Charlie have goue to IS.-uuuijiu ou a
visit to friends uud relatives.
The Couuty Court ol 1'ru.cj George
niei purauaut to adjournment ut ;?
o'clock this moruiug when Mr. John
J. cocke, the Attorney lor the torn
monwealtb ol the county, resumed lua
urgnmcnt iu the case ot (Jolden t ur
roil, a uegro, on trial for the murder
of uu uukuowu neuro near Dispiitauta
station ou the 27.h of lust of June.
Mr. Cooke was followed by Mr. T.
1). Brown lor Disputants aud Mr.
Charles liall Davis, of this city, for
the uecused. 'Ibe closing urgumeLt
wus made by Mr. Cooke. the ease
was given to the jury at 1 SIU o'clock
this p. m. Alter deliberating for four
hours the jury came iuto court with
their verdict. Carroll was f, uud guilty
Ol murder in thu uecund degree uud his
puuisbineut fixed at sixteen years in
the peuiteutiary. A motion tor u new
trial will be argued ou next Friday
6'er* on a i.
Mr. T, P. Bagwell, formerly con?
nected With L'lIE \ ihuinian, arrived IU
the oily yesterdoy Irom Peter.-burg.
Miss .Mattie Junes, of No, 12u' Holt
street, returned yesterday from a
months' visit to Baleigb, N. C.
Mr, .lohn Whitehead, who for a j
number of years has been iu charge ot
thu local department of Tut: Vikuin.
ian, has connected himself with
Hrowu's printing establishment, for?
merly tho Landmark job uttioe, ibe]
best wishes of all connected with !
I'm: Vihuinian go out to him, aud it
is their bopu that in his new held ho
will secure the full moa.sure ul sue
cess. Mo was over a bravo aud earnest
chrouicler of lueal events, whu uevur
Mr. Joseph j, lieutiolly, who has
also heeu connected with Tun Viiioin
las during thu past six years in its
business departmuut, resigned his posi
tlOU to accept the ulliuu of secretary
aud treasurer of tho American Build?
ing and Loan Association. Thr Vm
OINIAN extends to him its liest wishes
for success, Ibo association has se?
cured in Mr. Muuuelly u faithful aud
? cstnis < ur.-tl
' Our twelve year old bo> * a troubled
witb e? ein?, ii ml a guvu him itoo I s sar
sai.hr111 i which lias Oia.lo a eure. J.iinea
N. Junes, Norfolk, Va.
Hoi d's I'll is . uro ?11 liver ills.
A largo lino if undressed worsted
aud diagonals at
Nicnoi.a a Wallace,
IG'J Main street.
"Newest Diseovery''?Lit. teeth; no
pain. N.Y, D. Booms, 1U'2 Maiu,
1HE CflTHOLiG CONFERENCE'
It Has Assumed The Importance
of a Leading Congress.
Chagrin of the British Over the De?
feat of the Valkyrie. The Sport?
ing Times and The Field
Say Many Sharp Things.
The Spectator's Views.
15y Southern Associate 1 1'ro-n.
London, (September 14.?The Cath
olio cunfereuou annually held in Bug
lend, uuiler tbo nuspii-os of the Cath
ulic lruth ?ooiety, has hitherto boon
treated by t?o proas as unworthy ol
ujeution. It has this your buddinly
aseuincd tiiu importance ol a loading
congress. 1 he confereuco begnu at
Bristol on Alou-iay and tc-ruiiuatod
Thursday, Tbo i|tiestious hetoro the
conference were not numerous, but
tbo hum.111::' derived unwonted interest
froui Cardinal Vaughn's uddrcss on
The Arohbisbop of Canterbury's re?
cent nilt-aive on tins subject, which was
u reply to tlto I'opo'a letter to the
Fnglitb people, requested a reply uud
Cardinal \ UtigliU gave It iu auch clear
torma as will cud dircussion within the
Angeheau church ou the haaia of an
agreement with the Human Catholic
* burcb. 'Iii 3 Kernel ul the quest in u
of reunion of Christendom, said < ardi
ual viui:; an, CUUSlSted Ml Hie admls
Mou ol tlio Kornau ein i at Ihul ihu I'ouo
hud received by divine riRbt authority
tu teach and govern the whole church.
The eaaeuce ul the Anglican pu-ittou
\va? a negation ol the linuittu claim.
Uulil this claim was admitted no tasis
ol rouuton was possible, The Cardinal
lurtUer declared thut he did not uxpoci
to wituess the submission of the hug
liab people as u body, to claims that
were repudiated at the tiino ol the re
loruiatiou, tie looked to the slower
process ul individual conversion.
These declarations have been ill re
ccivcd by the ritualists, und are re
t<orteil tn lie also canning the L'ope dls
appoiutment as a obeck to bin piuu lor
a reuuiou ol the obun bee.
'1 bo report was accepted ns true
utnoug the members of I be cm .It
iiiatattbo next consistory at Home
another Cardinal will he created for
England, l'he congress concluded ou
Thursday with a pilgrimage to tiius
touhury Abbey, the oldesl shrine iu
England, thousands o( pilgtima, in
cliiiliug ouo hundred robed olergr,
traveled by train from Uiistul to tliab
It wbs not very Ioiir ago that popti
lar sentiment would not have allowed I
such a pilgrimage, < ?u 1'hursitay a
largo crowd watched with the gicjtoet
a) mi'iitliutic interest the loi g hauncr
carrying prooessiob composed ol t'uili
ulic guilds, Jesuits, Dominicuns, Frau
oucaus, Benedictines and Carmelites,
uliuruaiely siugiugttnd reciting prayers,
1 ho scene was an impressive, pictur?
esque and quiet one uud marked an
immense change in the Kuiuau Catholic
Church iu i.uglaud.
Timo does not sotten the keenness, of
British chagrin over the outcomu of
the American cup coiilent. The Field,
IU lino ti'cn/y, utterly abandons de
ceuey, l'his ''gcuileinau'a journal"
raves like a lisbwilo over tbo iguouiiu
iouB Hbowing of the "British repre?
sentative yacht," though its ruvingi
ate, ol course, directed against every?
thing connected with the race that was
Following ure some of tbo choice ex?
pressions ot this paper which purports
iu represent tbo sporting spirit of
lin-nt ISritaiu: "Excursion steamers
luden with frantic I risb-A mericaiiH who
do not know a yacht from an oyster
boat," at d "the Now Vurk press, rep
resenting the rubble ot excursion
ibis paper, together with others,
looks upon tbo iuterteruucu of thu ex
cms:uu steamers as atlectiug only (be
ibat the excursion should in but
way interfere with the Americuu boat
docs not seem to strike them, although
as a matter ot fact, impartial persons
here judge from the cable accounts of
the contests that ouo boat stiilered na
I much as the other lioin this cause, Iu
common with other English papers,
I the Field declares that "the condi?
tions governing thu cup contests need
remodeling, notably that rule requir
lug thut the challenger must Bail thu
ocean on her own bottom, wbiie Ibe
ilclcuder of the cup can he uny light?
ly rigged rattletrap which will hold
tngetberfor lour or live matches."
Invidious eo in in cuts were made iu
lb'Ji on the construction of the \ igi
lanl, und it was then declared that she
could not cross ibe ocean, hut utter
she did croSH and in much less nine
than diil tho Valkyrie II, the English
papers forgot thoir former comments,
out had very little to Bay in respect ol
her very hue performance.
Tbo fiportiug Times says: "When
ibe cup was tirst won, Uo special yucbt
was built to lunt the America. This
boat bud the ouen aca to sail on aud
wod ou ber merits.
No race bus since Leon saihd under
lh ? 'nun' conditiona ?l fairness. It it
is iruu that tbo Valkyrie was disquali?
fied in the second : a :o mutch tor tt. ? j
tics, which were admitted to bo correct I
when iho l'efouder practiced them on I
the Vigiluut, doubt is thrown on the'
houosty of tbo committee, bnt wo oau
uot believe it.
Tbut tho Vulkyrio should havo beau
allowed to ami a match iu wliiub, ua
kuo.vu to bor, her oppouent had hoisted
a protest flag before the line wae
crosse I, is auuthur matter, whioh be
i cuiuu a "hcuds I win. taile you lose"
affair ou tho part uf the Dufeudur, uud
savors of tho win, tie or wrangle sys?
tem that was prevalent at thu lowest
meetiugs in the worst days of horse
racing. This ay atom, happily, hss beeu
stamped out her , but seems to have
goue to America, where it his beeu
adopted iu yachting.''
Tbe balanced utterance uf tbe Spec?
tator is valuable us reflecting educated
opinion outside ot sportiug circles.
This paper says: "Nobody used no
surprised at tbe ll.ileuder's victory.
America has twice ntui lied the world by
a suddou and siiceiltesul udvaueu in thu
uosigutug of ships. ,
"J'ho appearaucu of thu America, iu
tho Solcut iu 1851, changed the princi?
ples of yacht building mid Ericsson's
production of the Mouitor in 1802
caused every British dock yard v. .ihm
a year to work mgbt aud dny to locou
struct Ine navy. l'hu Hi am furce pro?
ducing such achievements oau scarce!)'
ho overrated. lu every ellort to cap
lure the cup the couipolitig vessels em?
body lug the Luglish aud Atuerioau
designers skill at tbe dato of (rial. I u
Ibu lauer, as in the earllur lares, thu
New Yorkers tuoro than held Ibeir
own, showing that they possess inveu
tors ol inu highest calibre,"
THE REGATTA COMMI I TEE,
They Give Their Reasons lor Not
Resailing the Races.
liv southern AssouiatoJ l're*4
New Yokk, September I I, 'Ihufol
lowing letter Was ponied ou Ihu bill
leim noard of the New Volk Vach I
Club thm alternoon:
"iu tilO IIICIIlhtrB iVtlt1 ) ',)?.'. l ite/i'
Club: Having lilid with thu American
cup committee u report ol the interna
tlouul races, we take this opportunity
to statu lu answer to in- u,: .- - wiiy tin
last two races were uot ordered lu b_
The yacht.committee, before taking
the evidence on Delciulur a pio.unl,
made an iiusuoeeastul eudeavor to
bring about a settlement by mutual
agreement, but each CuUlestaut pre
furred that thu contest should take its
course. The protest tiled und lusisted
upon must be adjudged and a decision
once rendered the uvcut is closed.
"As regards the reselling of the third
i ace, tbe Regatta t.oniuiilti-u bus no
latitude since the new conditions tie
muuduJ by Lord Duuravau had beeu
declined by iiio Cup Committee, and
therefore, the race bad to soiled under
thu otigiual tei ms.
" Uospeolfully yours,
11Ki.i.aiTA Com>jii rr.k,
"New York Yacht Club."
i lie lleulli Itoll,
Copt. William Brenau, a well
known printer, uud lor mauy yours
connected with Tub Vtiuhnian com
posing room, died at his homo at No.
~>1 ( umberlaud struct last night about
7 :in o'clock, aged oil ycats, utter un ill?
ness of two weeks. Lnring the war! apt.
Breuau commauded a North Carolina
Company. He Inns boon connected wi n
u large number ol newspapers in North
Carolina aud Yirgmiu aud wus well
known, 'J ho deceased left two sisters,
.Mrs. Dr. Luukford and Miss Mary
Bremm, both of Wuke Forest, N, ( .,
aud a sou und daughter,tin latter Mrs.
William I homas of this city, J he
funeral will taue place irom the r.-isi
deuce Tuesday afternoon at ? o'clock.
Mrs. Mary Carter, tue aged mother
of Mis. Margaret P. Diggs, No. :il
Cumberland street, died a* the home
of the latter yesterday moruiug at an
early hour, after an illness of some
time. 1 he Mineral will Lake place from
the reaideucB this afternoon ut 5 o'clock,
Nl.^ FALL DfihSS GOODS
Have Arrived and Are Now on
Nobby and stylish navy blue and
black cheviots, black armours, honole,
m black au.i navy, Hi luchea wide, ut
7 r yard; wide vam dress goods, fit)
indies wide, at G5o; black figured puc
rjuard dress goods, special prico 7>iic.
vard;Oirard llannels, black, navy and
I rey, '?- inches wnle, at DOe yard; all
woo. black and navy serg ut -."> yard,
fiuesilkfiuish Henriettas, il!) inches,
15 iuobea wide, BOo and 05c yard and
many other styles, all marked at tho
lowest cash prices.
Here is ncsd.piurteis (or all linings
and dress trimmings. Centimes, all
colors, Ic yard; silesies, all colors. 8o
yard; percaliues, all colors, loo yard,
hueu lacing, lUo and 12 c yard.
Special -silo continued ou men's j
ladie?' an I children's hosiery, Chil
dreu's fast b uck seamless hose, worth
15o. Sulo price, lOo.
Men's fabt black seamlcbs hosi,
worth 15c. Sulu price, lOo.
Men's lust black aud tun hose, worth
20o, Sale price, 12jo.
Ladles' lust black scuu.lc is hi.be,
wort i 100. >ulo price, 10c.
Ladies' fast bla.ik imported hose,
worth 25o, sale price. I2jc,
Wo are solo ageuts for tbe genuiuu
Poster lacing kid gloves. Positively
the best kid glovos ou sale. New hue
just opened, in all colors aud black.
Give them a trial.
Modern Bargain Store, 174 fdaiu St.
Detectives Have Finished Their
Labors ami Facts Are at Hand,
Mrs. James Crossel is Another Impor?
tant Witness Just Discovered. It is
Expected Tliat Her Testimony
Wdl Broak Down the Alibi
ol tiie Defense.
IJT Southern Associated Pro<s
Han Kkasi is, o, September M.?
Tbu police investigation of tUc murder
of Ulanobo Lainout ban ondad. After
more than livo motitlia ineoBBatit work
tin; detectivea have liuiaboJ Iheirchaiu
of evidenoo against 1 beodere Durraut,
aud the procecution baa untiling elso
to do but to present tbu laota to thu
'I be prosecution has secured anuthor
importaut witness, it is Mrs. ?lamos
Uroaaett, who lives at tnu corner ol
Washington and Laurel street!*. Mr.;.
Drosselte testimony will ho very dam?
aging to the alibi, winch the defeuce
uspents to provide lor Durraiit, but it
will he by no ineaua as convincing as
would hu supposud from thu st >ry
circulated yesterday couooruing the
evidence she would furuiab,
Hitherto tiie pruseoiiliou has bad no
wituuaaea who saw or claim, d to have
aeeu Durraut and lilaucbu Lamoiit to?
gether between the corner of Powell
ii..it Market streets und Twenty Ufits
uud llaitlcit. It la to UOUIIOOI tills
break iu the prosecution chain ol m
ellllialautiul ev deuce that .Mrs. Crosse)
is expected to Biipply thu missiug nuk.
Mho will testiiy thut she saw Durrani
on i ho Valencia atruet car hetweeu the
i ' ii.in named on thu aftcruoou of April
:id, but this is us far as bei memory
sbo douH not remember whether lie
was aceompauied by a lady, or ?( be
wa-, she dors not kuow whu it uouhl
have bueu. Shu professi-a to know
uolbtug further than that sbo saw the
accused on tbo car und eays the otbei
details i I Ibo reported acoouul of the
testimony aho would give, aro BUtlrely
untrue, Airs. Drosselt is uhlu to lix the
iluy by reoHon ol thu laut that she hud
attended a tea puny thut afternoon
uud on her way to tbo missiou.
Mie. roilo on the Powell Btreel ituc
As hlio entered tbo car she saw Durrani
already aboard. Sim auva ho did not
recognize her, as has bueu stilted, UOI
did sbo speak to him. Mm left the cur
at Tweuty-tiftb street instead of Tweu
ty second streoi; she itid not stop on
Ibe curb to shauu bunda with Durraut
und was not presented lo Ulaucbe
Lamoul as bus also been statod,
Mrs, Crosset arrived at ii,o residence
i f her son, .lamos P. Lrossot, at a few
minutes past 4 o'clock, thus >t must
have been about tiio tune Durraut is
supposed to linve inndo tiie journey to
the uiisaiuu with lilancho Laiuout t. at
she saw mm on the car. Her testi?
mony, therefore, indeiluilc, as it may
be, will serve as a Strong card tor the
prosecution in its oilorls to tracu the
steps ol the prisoner and his supposed
victim from the uormal school to
The C rosset taiuily uro warm frionds
ot Ibo Dun nuts aiid because of this
uud tnu indeiiuile character ot tbu old
lady's knowledge they leered she
might have been mistaken and eu
ileuvoreil to keup the matter see-ret in
the hope that sbo would not ho culled
upon to testify.
I.nnl Ni|tbt*a itmil?.
Shortly after '2 o'clock tins tnoriiinir
D tcotive Kicbardson and several ofil?
lers raided (he bouse of Kubv James, |
10 Smith blruut. and tuuturjd her and
a woman named Eva l.ou. A man wts
also airtstc.l. All were hailed. The
women charged the duieciive with
breaking in Ibd house.
At mid night u bouse kopt by I'm
deuce Williums, ou Dutch's com t, and
captured three boxes of beer uud ttiree
? 1 tarts of whiskey under tho Hour. The
woman was urrested und balled.
SEPT. MOSQUITOES BITESHARP
Extra Special Sale ol Moscpnto Can?
opies. Wright's. 106 Main Street.
for one week wo oiler our slock of
canopies complete with cord und pul
TU inch by 8 yds., for S?o, ; H0-iuch by
8] yds., for gl; 90 iuoh by II) yds.,
foi $1.50; IU-' inch by 11 yds., for
This is fully oU per cent, loss than
iu connection with this we will sell:
JUJ Ciloria Umbrellas, 20 nnd 'is-iueh,
at BOe. and SI; each worth SI.
SI.ft) aud S'2.
Also IUI) White guilts, SI grade, for
09c.; 81.25 grade for iWo., S1.5J
grado tor 98e.J $3 grade genuine
Marseilles for Sl.'.is,
Wright's, l'jtj Main streot.
Now i.in.- of iciuili l.ooda.
Think of a lino forly-iive inch sorgo
worth 50c., uow 87e. Silk litiisb
lie irietta only 4'.ic. It. A. Saundcrs.
-cli.n.i ?tat Im? I liailr, ii.
last black hose for children at 10
and l'Ha. Extra hoavy school hose
worth zoo., sp.oiut price how l'Jo,
li. A, Sauuders,
RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP.
What is Going on in and Around the
Special Diauatoli tu tho Virgiui.in.
Richmond, Va., Se)itemlier 1'.!. Tbe
colored people bare are terribly exer?
cised over the ohai go made by tbe
Richmond Pluuet that Rev. \V. W.
Iltuniio, bead ot the True Rulormors,
has dclrauded the order out of 850,(100.
lirowuo was suea to day and stated
that tho orgaui/.atiou asked him to
sell his copyright to the plaus uuder
winch the True Reformers weru orguu
i/.ed aud are belog conducted.
lie named $40.000 ae his price uud
tho meeting hare last weuk thought
thu sum too suiall aud vutuil hliu 350, -
00;), to be paid in tun annual install?
ment ol o'?.OOO each. Tbe uiiuinus oi
tUu meeting were produced and boru
out Kev, Browuu's statement. Browne
will remain at tbe head of the order.
At the moctiug roferrud lo ho refused
NU i nor ease of salary from Si,800 to
S:'>,000 per year, lie talks ot smug
1'nerc wero two mild sensations at
lluurico Courthouse to dev. Ouu wuh
the announcement that M ?? islralu (?.
?, Vluouut, the port si|iiiiu, wunid bu
investigated fur the alleged olluuae of
alloiving persoual Spite to control him
In some of his decisions.
Thu other wus a lino of S 10 imposed
upon Lawyer W. 11. Baveridga lor uot
showing up when a cute agaiusl him
was called yesterday.a.
Chatrmuu .1. rayli'milCllygiiti has called
the state delin.cratlo committee to;iuect
bore on thu night of ^uplember 20tb at
h o'clock ut the K'.chuugc Hotsl, Part)
heodtiuariera acre opened to day ui
Iculh and Main streets. Col. John
bell Rigger, thu veterun, is ugaiii iii
charge, assisted by his sou, .Mr.Thomas
I lie board of thu (Tiehiipeuku aud
its tributaries were intoruiud in day
by Capt, HudgiiiN ol ihu followiuu
rcssela in James river violating the
ureter luw: Soboouer bliiubetb, ui
Norfolk, lined g:lO; schoouer Uoorge
I'jlliott, lined s10; schooner ti. ('. Van
dersliee, <>i Kiehmoud, (lined ST0,
sohoouur Kate Joltusoti, of Newport
Sows, liuud s'Hl, and uloop Clara, lined
? ii. ?irui ilv? sir.-. q bj
Sviiaochk, N. V., September 14.?
1'he ti tle huuilct of Palermo ('cuter,
Oswego county, was almost wiped om
today, (im of twenty buildings in
the village thirteen were burned to
thogrotiud, Addison |\. Sondder, ol
Pulton, who wan driving through the
village as Ihn lira broke out, jmusd lu
Ibo efforts ol tho villagers io exting?
uish the Hamen.
It Only Co Us
To Prove What
We Say !
if yen hare not 20 cout* to spare
nVi'.- a .pli aliou nt tli- ta tory ur
ofllee. 11s Main strr-e'.aul we will
cheerfully give you s tampla bottle
ot Quratol. We want tu eouvince
evety family iu Virginia that (jum
lol is iudispemable us .1 lu-imly rasa
iib. Vou oannot afford to bu witb
oui it in youi boms
'thnt Emergency Remedy"
Ill, Old Sores,
Cruggists Stil It "CONCENTRATED"
Those who Hove ?011:11 M Be Wlinout H.
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
3'J HANK sr.
2 HulSiS COLONIAL: 107 YOBKST,
A \ K. ICt i oltK 8T,
1 . ^ nun. n t it itlsH St,
t.:t VnltK. Itis PUKE,
u on Ait oxTEsr. 1117 ciitmon ST,
I ?? 0U li. !s| 1 AI.KI.ANI?.
II 1 lU.KMi DA ST. Ii 8,5131 llUltt II.
lie KALK 1.AM>
s: VAUMOI iII FLATS.
I SI CuLltCU,
112, 1-21 HANK,
213 MAIN. STORES.
jug m a 1 n s r.
BRAfViB .ETON. 4M HIGHLAND,
IU FKUGUKS N AVE.
u.; i.ovrri- AVK. I
MAYER & CO.;
PKA1 BlUJ IN
Railroad. Sleamboat and
4 ana 6 West Market Square,
ID Of 1?L fiftlf 8
A Sister of the Late Dr, Morgan
She Writes to Gov. O'Ferrall fop In*
formation and js Referred to "The
Virginian," Whose Reporters
Set All Matters Connected
With His Death Aright.
Somo time ago Mr. George S. Wood,
ol No. 2? Arliugtoo avenue, Pittaburg,
I a., wrote to tiov. O'Ferrall, asking
(or information aa to tho death of her
brother, Dr. Watty Morgan, in this
city. (iov. U'Forral referred the
matter to Tut; V iuuinian and a letter
was received (rom Mrs, Wood hinting
m suspicious oiruumstuuces m connso
lion with tiie i deatli aud shipment of
the remains to the doctor a home at
Dr. Morgan was well known in Nor?
folk, having lor some time sold medi
oiues ou Market sipuare. Last July be
wua taken siuk in this otty and went to
St. Viuceui'a Hospital for treatment,
where ho died on July 12tb. Chief of
Police King telegraphed his relatives
in Connecticut aud receiving no rely
tUu romaitiB wero turned over to Un?
der, takur Oliver for treatment. While
Mr. Oliver was engaged tu interring
ihe rumaius iu Finiwood Cemetery he
received au order from an express
company to farward the romaius to the
home of tho deceased iu Hartford,
ho coudition of the body was such
that it was necessary to pluco tho colliu
iu u case liucd with /mo aud solder it
before nuy express company would fe
ceive it for transmission.
It wus the fact that tho case was
Reeled which lea Mrs. Wood to supeot
that the body was not that of her
brother, for uouo ol the relations saw
tho lace of the deatl man,
A VinoiNiAN roporter learned these
facts yesterday und Chief of Folioe
King said that siuco Dr. Morgan's
death his wiiu hail ouiiiu ou to Norfolk
and obtained proola of his deutb for
the purpose ol obtaining the insurance
upon bis llle iu the knights of Honor, i
to which ordor bo belonged. "And 1
only yesterday," naid Chief King, "I
received a letter from her stating that
the papers were all completed. "
n'early every one needs n good tonic at
tins sou sou Hood's rjarrapariUa is the one
true tunic aud blood purifier.
iPain You ?
A You n. rj n ?t <Aorry when
v lou liniwyou ein get the glasses
V you need from my complete
A I e<er.ise the greatest of &
\ care in testing the eyes to fur- \
V nlah just the r^lass it needs--and y
A the examinalle n is free. ^
OFFICE CLOSES AT 5 P. M. A
l arge and Select Line of Fall
Caps, Umbrellas and Canes.
L. mi I?YEI &
111 IVlAlfvJ ST RE ET.
'l'ho Irnmp lifo insurance agents who trios
to inuku you believe that any other regular
life insuranoe company pay's as large ujlftf
demls n: ?tirplus. as tlie Northwesters
Ulutual, in niiv of deception by nilug mis
loa : a.: liM'lU?, which no honest man
wool,I employ 01 exlillnt, as they ura made
up tj crouto a false impr.- i-iou.
D. Humphreys & Son,
UEN'J. AOENTd NOUTUWESTBOKJ
Burrtiss. Son & Co.,
Counioroi.it aud other business paper
Loans uogntiated ou favorablo term*,
t lty t un la aud other securities bong)
Deposits recoive.l and accounts lnvlte<&.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Bare Dcpodt 1:0.oi for rent. CbargM
Urnw h ii? of Kxchaugo and mVsta cabla
transfer* to Europe.
Lotter* of credit leaned to prlaeiMl cities
?t th? world. msvjT