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OF SUB BENDEXTOUSt
Kerfolb MerehaaU Combine le OstMSk, lt
TThnm~Lt.tr stitt Ord.r I^a?o#.
WOtAWtWM. VA.. Au*u.t 12-Sl^lal
Nfw?ha? tte *.::..r,..!:r whi. h surround
^festivities- with .he recer,
Z navies ?f ISS world in Ham,.ton
that Itaolsenl own*tts. ls ?
SbtsTto Korism casiBhunos shunt w?
with no assn. I "^
????" ' n\\V.
lr)i.. . ? tbcte clslssarw*l- no boo*
_u: to rr.
ti v., 'n thia bram h, when, m reality,
',,, ,,,- ri funds How to
Si, tax their ref th!
u orgnnl7.li r. ai I --. I" i:i-" :
tl"k- tt *
Sect ? -W-- *?}.?_
? bs old
"The shlpmenta "f ?*? from " '"
for tbe a
to ? - '-' 'St'
'Oreeleaf .1 ibUSOfl A Ca rhut down BOS
of their milla In B '?' t?r
repairs, and it will remain i
AU Um I the Tunis Lnmher
li a ve been pi"' ed oe > ilf tims Thia se*
lion was i
It la also ptat-'d thnt a mill at Claro*
Ia a t ilk with a iun ' I this
nftsrno si, it ??
,),. ,-?? ney, this la tbe u
it is e***f**-***ted tbal all of the milla
Tl.,- -residence of Int ? ? ?? on
J Uta and Pail ' " ? I
hy hurglara this moi
of wt n. An atti
sm le I.
. 11 i t v.
NORFOLK, VA . At . I 12
Demi rn Wed at ?
',nv, ntlon i tn ordi i by
Captain R. L I i an of the
: the iu* ?
Of tl.e press WOI ins.
Mr. i u ' ? wt i called to the chair,
nt,d on motion thi ti
i ; srmsnent.
. emmit ti i ont ' reported
? Bren no conti ted dele**at
litid i iie ,, nventli n pi
Mr. H. T. Wt , 1 Mr H I.
ard in nomli allon ;
i.mi ho ams i
a rx mmlttee was appointed i" eecori tbe
candidate to tba hall. Mr. Maynard, - n
halag presented by Mr. t lauds Markham,
In a, propriate i bia ap?
preciation "f t i
Mr. M. H. MSU I- I
eeolamatloa '. ir rn, rober of the House of
l' legatee from Norfolh c luntj B ?
young moa nnd will Both a iii
Banks excellent re* * tatives.
TO WITBBBAW HIE SUIT
Instltaled hy Mitt Imtn Hoard Against
lh?. < ni!??_*,.
WIX-UIAMSBURO, va., Auguat II
i i Our city a ' t Issi
night nt tbs cou i h ? ?? their de.
a on tbe i i 'position presented to
them hy tba colli
withdraw rut' ,i
by tte town board for ry of
iii.. W l Bli f
Thi. ; r tbe i hove
f. it un* v. as it abort ti
t ri "ard, but al this na?ting
lt wns i recd to under condition
Ibo College a to Indemnify
th" h i I for an) das ?
lattei by virtue ol
?i of tbe acbool boord nil!
nltti d to tbe bo u l
ol rb .luis of tl for their ran
' ?!. and n bpi rovi i will prob
end thta much - ? lion, i th ?
'i'i'*- s? , immlttee of the
Stats i ard ol Agrk ulture
hers thia wi a al u>u ofllce
of th. pi ludgaR.L. Hun*
l u Among in ? r i,um,
?na ' lon of Judge Lyman ns
th.- agent ' r the t- .nd. t
Irlbul pamphli t recently i
up by tbe board
i 'i Ki tier and i of I trove City,
Penna] h mia, h ive I ? n here for ?*? ??
saul days la i fi iptlon they
'a Mill eal
Profi bi -i" T ' 8tubba has returned
fioin i'r,mt Royal, whare he ha* been
for tbe pas! ut mit . ,-? ti
at tba Bummi r N iool.
Professor \? tl left yi
day for ...?.-?
Mrs. i. w. Lam. J| . ! l,ft
fora I to Bowlasvllla Albs*
marie i ouaty.
Mm !' I .un!, I. here vlsltlnR her
mother, Mr... i,. w. Lane, hu! will leave
next wei a. for M - mi Any, \. c.
I ' I many or our youri-,- ii"ii will
leuve . vt weeli to set- itu.- eights ut
Th,* < 'linty I ? here
on Moi lay I ., 3 lu thc
le ( onventl
A Lecture nu Japan.
: i'. VA . August 12
i LUI) .i. n
I : .l"lin ! .
? nilli' at
il , hurch on "Ja*
i h.- town nen
I,* .r lam. Having apeni nome yean la
': fully able l
turra on tbal land, ll
babita of life, mann.
He \t, I,- a Ji Mini",
: ma of
raonal ? which add. ,l largely
<? K"<*s to Louisville, Ky.. ?
Mr ll.. . ' .lally
?i liiimenta and pleasing Bpeecl
ade gul ? i i tm] sion upon
r i.* visitin,- her grand*
i \ ,
ll la ? htherla has made
1 ,t Summit.
holli y. , .
Counti ...? ,.rop 0f
beatnui ? .,- ,m,rt. then
twenty rears. All the treee are |
?'"J ''?'i fros! desi rots the nuts
*'....T **?**?* "f ,l:a iriountains th
?will oe anon
( Augusta ( onnij r?r O'Ferrall.
BTAt mux, v.\.. a, colonel
I ewept ih,- town lo-nlght nt the
ward meetttge. and AuKusta county, as
far as heard from, has gone -wildly for
him except one dtlsgat.. The two wards
tt Staunton eisctad four delegates, all
for (-Tarran, m MN?! nra *"??>?
ward Bcbote, Ale* Teubo, J. J ???????'
,. teg* W. rretwell; ?econd woi-d, A ?
I KlvllK'lan. K. D. Hall
%cSv*7,'JoS'WT. Told. J. M. Knnkle;
Buffalo 'Jap, J* '* Dunlap, *"?"
jamea South wa td. Waynaoboro, W. B.
-brr. J. I'. Hook-r, a. .;. Hankel,
i- i Pratt; Now Hope, ?? B. Humbert;
Hermitage N. c. Watt-; Plsherville, I'r.
i ;.i Watson aad R. N. Bpalr; Weat End.
]? \j cushing. W. A. Burnett, ail f'-r
iil'.rraJI. Sandy HollOW, ?i"'t. " BAVWOTU,
Thia county fives twenty-threr delegates
nn,i , \iinuin >,f forty-Ma twaa*
ty*tWO ar- fr < I F> -rrall n'id OM t"r
Tba green-eyed mon. ter prom ited
Edmonla Michie to shoot at tb'- ooah tf
.1. Mav.n Miller laal nl?;ht while ab- waa
In Mr. _.! ben. '1"'"- Michie
ii.ari bas lived in OHO family fOT BfUWO
yaam, nod wm thought highly of. The
. ; 1 a WW k.
J. ft. mon M. levv la advocated
i t ? fi-r thc chair
hip ?f tb*- State Committee, and hla
I . < chairman r-t tb-- Democratic
? io of Cluba in th.> laat campaign ia
??,] to aa ample evidence ot his (Unana.
REFERITCAN BTATE l OMMlTTBB
lt Held an All-Night S.s.lon mt Cen.ml
pBTmSBUBO, va.. Au'.'i.t 12. .fen*
rial.?The Republican State 'Minmittee, of
which Qenaral winiam Mahons is chair?
man, na t la tho I nt of tbe i ;* -i
erai'a palatial reaMence, in this dty
ly nfc r 'i o'. i", k to-night, an I
? ti,.- c. mmlttaa
Thera are fifteen numbera of the oom
. with twenty repre*
; t,. ord' r l f !?. ' ii.
.-. and tb- ri- ? Ung I
wit bl Og 1" \>r
? by any of tb Fi for
i bv Sen*
li that *-, who, lt is ? ? i for
ir in pub*
I " ?- ol \ .
? i J ta in the I
tl m ri'xt fall, 'i
to favor tb- alawa e_ by Qenaral
? a, nnd ll I 'bat
Mon with ttie Third
. but that they be Iel to rota as
denara] Mahona alto bad . >r.et_.ng to
a for tli- i ought
? the eomntll
win recommend that ; il up no
.' i*- ; *r tba J.' ? The com*
Mr-, lofliii llenril from.
CHARLOTT] VA., August 12.
Mra. .lobii xv. < ? *i'.,, ?ii , : .
?? i from ber I
h * .
i in Baltimore. H**r bun*
band baa just r- latter fr.'tn bar,
, Ity, but whl. h gives no
? ?>r number, al l was
. -.- ith a dressmaker. Bbs
? r tb*- atop aba I i
tO j ' i'U li,in.-. Mr.
to bis Wife, asking'
Mr i-f for Balti?
more, and will maka .'in effort to find his
Mr. ...fin .till believes that his wife's
I red. rick-dnir;; Notes.
PREDEBICKSB URO, AuguM 12 Boa*
' louldln, mothi i
Un, died laat night at her
beana in Carolina county, n. ur Rappa*
-I train win leam hera to?
rn,,; row f-.r th- camp-fl inda, al
Hie, In < irange county.
Mr. Charles B. Elkins, a prominent eiti*
z* ii "f I ? inty, dl-l
? lav at bia beni-, in thal '"linly, al
? nt two weeka aged I
Ova j ?
Mr. Witllace Tamer, a ?.?n.kman In
Landra ry, v. idle at work
at tba planing miu had a Unger cut off
MbHMJIbI I>Kfriot Canrrrenre.
CHRI8TIAN8BURO, VA., AngnM 11
Tha district "f the
Epll pad Church South has
been in aeaaton for thu-- or four daya
_i,,i adjourn, d TrUhxy < ri nlng.
Thora arete targa crowds in attendance,
nial plenty of good Binging, pt, tching and
rating. Borne "f th- brethren will re?
main over and preach for ur to-morrow.
'iii- Democrats of tin prill vats
for tb- nominee of u. i i in
and what we want is tba repeal
of M.- Bherman law- and aometblng that
win give us better tlmea and mora money
In mi .lation.
. e.rn fur O'Frrrnll.
BOTDTON, WV, A * .**e.t.l.
Roydton aenda four an,! Clarkavllle three
('??I for M I'mm ill. ('ther
iiistmts nut heard from.
BASIC CITT, VA Auguat IS, BpaelaL
< 'itv Instructs Its ii unani?
mously f'T I ?'!?'. :
WILL OI'EN A LIEF EXCHANGE.
A New York?r OiiN.tly Ma ki nu I'rrj.ara
II,oil io |t?fy the I.air.
Mr. l-'aik, a Now .forker, la regiatared
at the Davla Houae Ha la bera for tba
purpoee "f opening a pool room Mmllar
to tba Turf Exchange formerly conducted
at ti.rner of Twelfth .md Hank j-li?
lt la reporter) that Mr. Falk bas rented
tera In tha n. li 1 of I
ncr .,fi. a and C atreeta and
that the necessary telegraph wires and
other apparatua wm be pul in Mo?
thal Mr. Falk will nt cine
menca tha buatneoa of a. la on
a m "ther <n:.s by wira
illy afb t Um Bupreasa > .otu. < (
Appeals bad reversed tbe decision of the
loan r court, whleh bad bi l
th- .-h'slnK of the i ? . in this city,
ll wa.** aald that th?
in order to prevent this, if ?
i tax of f< ?? ; -r year
I whare a i
pt. An ioi i
? per y< ar I . aid by
? rf the place, nnd u Uka
for >a,ii ona whom he may ...
with himaelf In transacting tue
it win thu that Mr. Paika ??? -
Bert of | v, ni ba
' ' very bea. ?? md will
ha re to d i var)
Th- matter bas t,.... woi n vary
guli ny. and avery thli. ? dona
to beep it fr..ni |] ? ,
ready for t .
Wh-n all the world la bright nnd Kay,
"ii.** than that lova i.*- b ?ii
When darkness hangi abreadth the land,
? lae alika "ti mal I ! man,
"_ is than tint lova ta bora.
Whan within i ima si . |i s
"ria than that tova ta bora.
Whoa lot look Og Um ..round
had pratt) ii! I arr lad '
Thal woad of worda U . around,
?j lg ti., a thai lave la bora.
Whoa drooping hangs a pretty head,
VA.i ti SOfl til- ii
Waga va tb.* chicks auapicloua ted?
"fis then that love ls horn.
J A. W
Ben-yvtlls, Ve-, Ausuit t, IRA.
GIVE NO CONCESSIONS.
OLADSTONE'S SUCCESS BILL BB
UNIT DUE TO HIS OiTS CB ILL.
Unionists aod flank and File of lbs Con
tervallva Tarty Will Mot Art*-* to a
Trues IVIth the <.o?ernn.ent.
I/M'fiN', Aurust 12,-ThAt the Oov
ernment ls to ohtaln no concc-sslo:. what
ev-r fr-'ni the Knlonlsts has hem evl
1 during ll"* PSOI week, and what?
ever finest OttsrdS fJladstone's policy
will be due entirely to his own skill as a
,. tilamentarlan, and not to yielding on
tbe J 'it of his political enemies. Lani
evening the Prime Minister hrul a prl
\ ,-.? friendly ttt**rvlsw with a. j. Bal?
four, tl'*"- CUUOBI ra*lvelander In the House
Of CtinmiUaB. with a view to arriving at
itente In renard to the rcdlstrlhu
tion of the seats to he filled hy the Irish
ju tts Imperial Parliament, when the
- Rule lin ahull have becosne law.
Balfour was open to an arrangement "f
the rexed qoeatlon, but he eould do noth
tng, ru* the Irish Unionists refused to lis?
le.i to any aiugmeat wbstsosvei in favor
of th* proposition, nnd this attitude com?
pelled the carnation of tbe negofttttone.
The C-nnOSl*VOttva leaders have CSUSed
the iauk and file of that party to he
* 1 throiich Its whips on the ques?
tion of abandoning the policy of obstruc?
tion i estlmatea Here a;*-1 tts
leaders, who desire to bring tbe *?? ?
to a dose, wers bulked by tts savage
temper cf their fcllowers, who ors op*
to everything that sav rs Of g
arith tbs government Var to the
end ls ;he dominant aplrlt r* the inion
i.-ts. The spirit ls -hared In. If not In
? Beph Chamberlain, th" <-rst
whlla friend nd political lieutenant i I
Gladstone. Chamberlain held aloof from
ir's communications with the gov?
ernment, which had the s-tnctio*. of
? ? - erly chancellor of the Px.
ier, and sir Michael Hicks-Beach,
formerly prealdCnl of the bOUl*d "f trnde,
whose roteea -ire slwnya listened to in
ti," councils "f ti.? Coneervstlve party.
The ,ie;,ti, of th* anrnsstnesa "f the con*
gen atlvea agslnst ihi B ma Rule hill
ls attested by 'I)*1 fact that few of them
are paired with Liberal member* fpr
the Shooting ace on, which opens to-day.
Never during the moi I
of the pent Parliament have the ?
aervatlve arhlpe found the repreaentatlve
members "f the pany nilling to eurrcn
Hi,-rt"foi-, when (the shooting of
i" *- thet mo rr ?
,id pair <.ff and hunton to
tte country, throwing partial
i io ito-, winda In their aagerneaa
?h guns a- I
'I .' a si," 'ting i- irtlea will I,-- '
ov:s through the lack of members of the
I I ' ? mmona in I
ted in official rlndes that
the Home Kuir* MU -jil he sent up to
il ?? House Of Lords on
??-?randing /the action taken on
W? dneaday la l by the
rentlon in Dublin denouncing tte meae
u:.' ami declaring that it would not be
i by ti." pe ;-:? of ir> land, John
K. Redmond, v. <:?, prei ld< I al the
(i'm, - i i
V"!>- foi th" hill When lt comes up on
Its third rending In tli- House of Com?
mons, lt ls - Btlmat i tl il -?
ment'a final ma lortty win be thin
'ih.- debate on t* ? In tbe House
' I ' ., ! , ,-iy a fortnight, t'urinn;
v bli i. ti.io- the Gi
willi th- If Hi" I'ni minta
Larry o it th< ir thr. ats t->
r-w ry pOBBlbl! Will be
;,, i u, d tn . i. h block Of tl
This win I,- contrary t" precedenL hut
ii;-- Qovernmenl baa decided it will he
better to establish a precedent than to
fO 1 ll.it to lill' t.1 -tl-*! ,
v.!, .'?? i nlj p 11th al le to wreck
Un- i kjvi ri ni'-tit. a rrmall gi
. >? Lord i runsun), who la -i repre
i, i tatlve i"*' r fo: itri-ind, las bi
? have the Hume Rule
i,iii twi.- read in the House of I
i\lfh a Slew Of having It r'ar'n. tbi
?A hen they pr"p-'-*>* th"
meaeure abai! be redu.-ed to n mere lota]
Qovernment bill. Lord Salisbury sp*
;,:-,,vii] "f this i ropoeal SS a matt'T of
ia' tics, hut finding that th- greater num
:>? -r of I"" ra were reluctant to In any
amy sanction the detested project "f the
Liberals tte propoaal urns dropped.
Lord .Vantage (COMervotlue), Loi I Bel
p r (Liberal), th" Karl of Jersey (( *
lervative), Slr Matthew Ridley (Conserva?
tive) arid Slr Michael Hick. ite.trh have
lecllned the presldi ney of the
I'.'iyai Commission on Agricultural De
b waa tender' d them hy the
lovernment. The belief that thecommln
i-i in does not mean buettesa laat I
russia to s< apt tbs pr* IA ney.
Agprovee SPIIemrt Bill.
LONDON, Ai rust U .ccordlng to tht
Poll M ill Oasette, tl"* bill Intro I
, Congreaa yesterd iy by Mr.
providing for tte un' ondltlonal
i-i-- ai of the purchase clause of th* Sher*
t, ie a Bound measure ?f reform.
lost the 1 r*?ra here do not
venture to make any crttictsma <>f tbe
MU. Thev sb tl - Imerican
predictions cabli d hi i e that th
i?es arlll prevent the repeal ol the siir
maii law. Tie growth of thia Impression
haa aaeteted la atrsngthenlng sllvsr dur
Ing th- wr-.k. a aurprlselng feuture of
the situation has bs o tte Btead) I
lng denian,l for the metal for India, with
tbe obvtoua Bbortnem of Buppliea both
here and In the Unite I
Klori lon of Otiit er-..
GREENSBORO, N. C., August ll-8ps*
ba North Carolina Pharmaceutl*
v lation. at its convention,
this city thia week, elected tte following
ifflcera: President, N. D, Petser, Concord;
kum vi ? President, J, Hal Bobbitt, Ra?
leigh; Becond vice-President P. W,
",. Durham; Third Vice-President
a. Kia Hey. Hsndereon; Becretary, k W.
ex k<rgford; Tnssurer, a. j
i al Tressurer, lg. O.
Smith. Ashevllla The association will
mest in Aebevllle next var. lt ls ex
that the American Phnrma
?In will iiii-.-i lu that dty at tte
? t-OttVentloa Of the Farm, rs'
held I ted the
- offlcers; PraeAdsnt, J. M. Msw*
lt J, B. J
nd Tn sourer, W, s. Bunn a; Bus
IP. H. Worth; Tr^
\. Qrabam; Chaplain, J. A. Speight; Le, -
lurer, (Mus Thompson; Steward, T. B.
ii -??. ,r; Kv. .nive Committee, J. J. Long,
Marlon Butler, a. t. Hllaaaan; delegatee
o National Alliance, If. L Wood. 1. EL
Sherrfll. lt will I i that Marlon
Huller iias been dethroned aa President
Ker. J. o. Adams PtstfOS.
v.'HKvn.i.K. \. r, August ll Spar Isl
RSV. 3. sj. Adams, Of the French Ilroad
Baptist church, tide dtp, has ruelgned
is pastorate. This was a great surprise
? the ? - Mr. Adams had
' tlon to them, and had
timati i thal he was not plessed
;Miii his Charge, This preat SUTprtaS was
ii ightened b) Mr. Adams' omission to give
in) ra ison f ir the step, it ia ?, robable
f hla wlf.-'s health has had
deal to .1 > arith tte pastor's ds*
'!'.!!,.ttl-.i, to n '. :, Mis. A.'.ams has
usn la feeble health aver etnas last
-pring, ami it is uaderetood that her
B B .m.- 1 hOt 10 K" elsewhere.
dr, Adams had been recently honored
iy being Mooted preetdaut of the city
disinters* Ci afsn di a,
Adviser J. P. Sawyer went down to
dui. anton a few days ago to attend the
? .alar monthly meeting of the executive
? mmltt.-e ot the -tate hospital. He re
rarned yesterday, and says there are
it, nu 5.S0 patients In th,- hospital. He re
' 'i ts that work ls progressing rapidly or,
be new d,.tf and dumb asylum building
kt Murg_nton; that lt ought to be com
listed within less than a year.
The series of three gamea ot base-bell
??tween the AshtvlUa aug g-uaartrlUe
teams has been postponed until August
Bat Md and Mt,
The -Feast of lantern*." Xlven for the
benefit of the Asheville Fre** Kindergar?
ten, St Ingleside*, la-'* evening, waa weil
atfnd-d. and thoroughly enjoyed. A snug
little sum waa raallaad f"r the ktodorgar*
Alderman Lamar (Judger, who has been
sh k at his home on Mooford avenue f.,r
the last three or four days, ia better this
Th. N.t. found Baptist Asoclaflon ls In
session at tb- Baptist church, near lei?
cester, this county.
?National League C.mm.s.
At Fltt.burg (first pam") ll. il. _
Pittsburg .Mlltttll?ll l' 3
Louisville .|| 1 ll ttl U ll |
Batteriee: Killen, Colclough .".rid stan*
?M; Hr-nimintt, w. Oumbort aad Weaver.
(Second game): B. h. k.
PltUburg .iltBBBBBt?t I -;
Louisville .Illtllll I MM 1
Batteries: Colclough, Killen, Karlo an<4
Pugden: Menefea nnd Grim.
At Brooklyn: P.. H. E.
Brooklyn .1 n o l n n o o a . i 4 t
Washington .0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-3 5 4
Batteriee: Kennedy and Dalley; Maui
At Chicago: n. ir. ...
Chic-p.. .2 MIIUII-I M I
Cincinnati .2 o o o o o o o o? 2 7 i
Batteries: Hutchison at.d Bebri var;
Chamberlain and Vaughn.
At Bal timon ; n. h. B,
.'altimore .0 Mtttltl ?
Booton .I Ititi I IT I
Batteries- Reek and Robinson; NlchoM,
Staley and Gan
At New York: It. TF K.
New Tork .o .n_n .i-j 7 6
Philadelphia .Ottttlt-1 S 1
Batterie* ? and I mylo; W -?- bing
and Cross. Called ' tt min.
At Cleveland (flrM f ''.ii. B.
Cleveland .i I 0111n ix- 9 12 o
St. Fouls . Itttttttt? I 9 3
Batteries: Young and Gunooa; CR.
?1 game): P.. IF K.
Cleveland .o 5 i o (i M 1 x- t 9 8
st I."iii. ._ l n o a o o o 0?3 6 l
Cuppy and i.unson; Urelten
steln and Pl it..
?oothora league **.ame?.
CHATTANOOGA, TENN., AuguM H?
No league gan r here to-day. Atlanta for?
feit. . Tha players t*^r"t to-night tor th.ir
reaps On* homaa, the naaaon having
At Memphis (flrat name): R. IF B,
,1s .t001ttttt-l ll 6
Naahvlllea .... If I Ilt4l?-ll I I
I tteries: Wiri", k and Rogers; I!
ar ! 1 "land.
At M. mphls (se ond tame): R. H. B.
Memphla , lltlttt?T II t
Naabvillea . ; 4 4 3
arid JI '
Benalta of the i. icu m Saratoga*
SARATOGA, tugun! ll To-day's racea
furloi Prince De*
.?ti" i. i . tilery
ilma ) ?-'?
? ? dm first,
Kora i f- lor * ? cn Flynn third.
Time, i B.
Third race, c. u. Murara' handicap,
one mill Lowland. - I
Uh third. Time, i ii : i
F"ur'.h ? : -.tin
ri first, B "li- I
Fifth race five furl
Brat, " :
si\*h race, six furionga ; first.
Bel Demoi i
Seventh I urney
!'u tu ri ty ?
mi on i, I ? ? r third, rim
Dbl N..t Beat ihe Record.
BOSTON, AuguM U Nancy Hanks
area started I _ to
: i. She mada tha quarter In M l-??.
half In i "'? i . tl ? - , i
Inaida the dist I to alack*
en, and D i she
went under tha wire under the whip,
To he Fald In (."hi.
MADRID, AuguM ll -lt ls annou.rr,j
that the Government Int ada to ord r that
payment of cm toma .1 ttl. ? ba i
gold. This will I- Bl tO an In*
Tha final de lal rn In I matter may,
however, ba rca,rei i until tba United
Btatea Government determines what ac?
ts, .ti it will laka tn t ? mt.
The Glube Shakes Agata.
ROMB, AuguM 1-. Ri ' ocka of
earthquake I one-half i f
the town of Mattlnata, on I
ooaot Several i rsons wera killed and
a number Injun 1. 'I I I Vol?
cano ls in violent si?-.,
Satlsl'nrlorllv Sett bil.
CAIRO AnguM ll dty ie.
t .cen tb * Kb',li\ I
Prime Minis! h
.-I tba mlnlafc ri -
Raved hy the (lui rc li Hells.
"1 remember," ?
Sunday mot Ding,
belia mu'-ii mora distant than tl ?
saved the ri;.- <,f .\| tata, lt In i
i novar saw in print
??in aariy August, UH '??' i ? ? Shar?
man had Cloeed In on I
venth Indiana Pattary bad i
tion with our b'msi.ii. I four llXl
pound ri rt- guns to abell tba city wltb
heavy artillery, under the command > f
f'-neral John IC Brannan, ("i* raj
the Second Maaaaihiiaatta bad i ?
Bing Inspection aud parade, aftei
which the mea "f the regiment areal M
the hil] back ot Hm camp to ?
t-f.r.t ot the Bra on the city lying below
ua and two and a half Biles a*.
".Ve cowl 1 ?. e t.he i hurcban of Atlanta,
from i_e Bplraa ot several ot which wera
Boating rebel Bala tba hatti
poMtlon, tb- guna wera abetted, tl
v.eie in, gnd ni "ff- ar atepp d np
tba lanyard to Ira the drat shot, as ba lift?
ed his hand tli- BOOad "f a ChUl h I I
ringing the people to worship fell on ida
"For .. moment there waa illen-e.
Tht -oni,rrs looked trows] one to tba
t Brad that
tay. The Sunday church-going bell was
toa much for the Twentieth .'-rps of
.icrii an's army. Rut on Monday the
city got lt."?cincinnati Comm-t. lal -Ju?
The DBS ti Spider*.
Ceyloo la tba bome of UM larg.-st ape*
:-i.-s of s[,i'i--i that baa yat been mada tba
.abject of ant. mMoglcal Investigation.
ibis web-epinnlns nt dm liena in ti.
most mounta trida of that r ug
. * d Inland, nmi places hu trap not a
r sn..re of airy llgbtneea but a
huge -itv ot yalkra .Uk from o to lt feet
In diameter-a.r.-.ss the chasms and Ba*
naree li - The aupportlng guys
ot this gigantic net, whl, h In all ?
ilrnost sti jiijj enough for a hammock,
Bia from _ t.. M feet in length (a.**
tlons and clrcumsi.inc-s ni.iy i
made of a teri..-, ot twMted WObU. tba
whole being: of the diameter of a laat
pencil. As might be taMgtoed, this glgan
k silken trap is n,->- set for BBoaqultoea
Iks and pe. ttferous gnats, but for birds,
tandy moths and alagantly raint*?! but*
rrflies, BOmo of the latter having a
WAMA of nmg equal to that v>f a i .bin ? .
L>lue Jay. .Some extra fine akeletona of
un.iii bini., liaarda aaaa. t, eta, have
neen found tn thes*. webs, with * \ r> fae*
ilse of Boab pleked fr-tn t; -
Tba owi.-r and nrnkar of th. ia queer
Blk traps la a spider wltb a bod)
nu 4 1-2 tachaa ta width and I Inches In
ength, and with legs 9 to ll tachaa from
>ody to terminal claw. Some are spotted,
libers red with greenish-gold abdomen
md lega?St. Louis Republic.
Miss Juliet C. Snodgrass, of MU east
Irace street, is on a visit at Crozet, Hhs
narie county, Va.
Hiss B. I.. Woods is at Oreen Sprlna,
louisa county, ea a visit.
ARRIVED AT HIS POST.
TIT? xrw MisiSTER OF THR
He Takes Charge of the Legation-Dlspnte
Bslwrrn HU OoTerBinei-t and Brsilt,
?'bu h < Ir.H.-in.l lt to arbitrate.
"TABHXNGTOIf, August 12.- Pon Ka?
tani.hm S. '/.. balbs, the new minister
from the Argentin. Republic to the
(Tailed states, has arrived in Machins*
t. n, and will loon take charge of the le?
gation which has been malnt.iir.e_ by a
charge .1 affaires r-lnce the death of Min?
ister Caira which ,.(curred soon aft-r
bis arrival In this countiy. Don Schalton
ls stopping at the Arlington. He |s u
gocd-lcoking man and doea rot appear to
ba boto than Cotty yean of aga Ra
speaks English quite fluently. This :*.
his Brat n.i-. l.t., and lt is ;i ri inn*
one He la specially charged with the
it of tha case of Atv- i i
agalnal Braafl, in whlcb I love?
land la to net aa arbitrator. Alt]
ba decllnea to discuss that question for
publication, l.e makes no secret <*f bia
belief ta the just! a and strength of
Ms canna Ha anya he his until next
February to pr-"-"',' his ras.
i mara of to .rapport h.
Th- I't. r-Hent of th* Unit -; Btjuca waa
the tw . gr^ar lt ?;> ibli. a
"f South Amerce as a fifing arblti
;r dalma tn a portion of I
territory lying beta '?'"rs Vri
i Parana which itUI r, .rs i -.
til- mime of Mi ? -ins- th- 1
ra planted their miaalona there I
. in weaning the Q i ml In?
dialla from many >>f their heath n ??
They taught them to concentrate their
drilled them in Church r< i, for
tlie n tn how
aptitude. Th*-* ,
' ? ' 'A I '?. '
i ; ?
ta Ai the J<
i i '.:.'.. of terri public
Th- line, between tl:'- f-rmT
re of Bi .Til and the Ari
? ver been prop, rly :' I
Argentine n Spanish, a- I *
? ni Spain m '
> lost 1 ? ' en ths
tries. 1 I
? ? ' itlon ia now I-,
; thin Kl" de
.ihMi ya i'i '
.Mb* with ?
der v. ? '* de
and In 1890 r of 1
He waa bi took to
while Mill .1
in t of 1174 h.
a novel wi Itlng wi". ? "La
"Relmu .' ^it'i
i ured I. in aa a
literary man in his own country
la f"r a hist, ry "f th- Para '
Braal!, aa wen ta Argentina
ns representative v. Ill tx
? tina ara
ible with Slates In u
war to i
? to use th- power ?
t will bo n h ,| wi, * i
the Uutda in
i"i,"i investment for England.
.t In a
:)"> Exchequer I: I
ng fun I I
hera has been ._ n rt gain
.. tion of raj :, ,? ;i
-?-ar from now t: prill have a
Isht t > re. iva **- d -1 nd, which it
s quita poaMMa may ba al tba ta-- ol
rn at ii*, ti.
if whit h win have Ix an n
i nearly ,
Hrs. Annie IV. Jordan
!)f K.5 Tremont St.. Jin* ton, wai In very poof
kVSEh, frora bad ._ -Anon M tba Mood,
lavina ru*h ot Mood lo the head, narah BpeOa,
itid chills, and thu physician saki tim reina
s rte almost buntine allorer her body. A col
i*,'.on w itu a double runner brought on
ria of the liver, eau?.in<* great suffermir S!*.o
?ould not take tho doctor*! medicine, M tool.
uni .non tullv recoven_l. at d non eii)i>.< par*
'-ct health. She says she could pnilse Hood's
4 ir.aparilla all day and (lien hot say enough.
Hood's Pit un .*. b-u-. m.-*, .ni ai. mt
tee* ia mmXRBsma rr-, petties sa? w*ftBtHR*h
BEAC ll BD ORAT OAR I. BS.
Tha Presld-mt Arri*..,! at riniaard'a Tiny
PK/.ZARIVS HAY. MASS., August 12.
PH "lent '':???.eland arrlv-il at Huzr.anl's
Hay this morning at 7:30 on the train con
nectln- with the Fall River host. He was
SCCOmpnnled hy Dr. Hryant.
Tne Presidsnt was met at tbs sfa
t_OB '.'-I COOteySd In his carriage to firay
Gables. He appeare.t somewhat ttrsd.
Tli? I'i"sl lent will remutt until shout
rober let or undi Mrs. Cleveland ls
?> return to Washington.
F.. J. Phelps Ret oms.
NKW TORK, AUgUat li H. J. Phelps,
of the counsel "f the Halted states at the
r.ehring Bea Conference, arrive,t on the
Kails this morning.
In an Interview he said that there ls
UO n asori to suppose that the result will
r it h" in . ' the fa- *s pre?
sented. Il i arlll
be In the nature of a compromise.
BAKER. -Died, AugUSl 12. WM, at 10
k I*. M., Mis. M. .1. BAKER, in
the flfty-nlnth year of ber ?
Her funeral will take place TO-DAY
(Sunday) nt 5 o'clock !'. M., from her
21 Kt east Hr
i'i!? : Intancee ere li
ttsnd with ,- noth s.
CLAYTON M" l. at '
terd.ty afternoon, it bte parents resi?
dence, l.Vlil West li '
CALVERT CLAYTI 'N*. In rh- I
year of hi,
Puneral will take pines from I
I church THi- I
Ni >! Itt at 5 o'clock. Pi
DELANEI Died, evening,
August ll'. IS98, ar?
ni" . . M
( Alexand w
ll. r funeral will | - from S'.
'-il MONDA*! '
at lu o',-iork.
lt flowers. ?
HALL. -Died, of apopletv. a* the
' Igh Hall,
v ? 12th, Mrs.
M. H.M.K, wife ..f h. ? ry B H ill, In
the _ftj ?.-.??
from Centra M
LEVY & DAVIS
We fia ve yet left fl" p. irs
Children's Fine Shoes,
origlnslselling prices$1 73 and 12.00 a
pair. Your CAOlOS nf tho jut BOW foi
67c a pair
OXFORD TIBS BBd SUITERS at
arni below cost to rinso nut raBUIIOf
DURING THE TIGHTNESS OF THE
our frisnda snd pull sm fssorlng us
with their porchosos will receive ererp
scoonamodslion in recoiling Ibelr l
TIFIED ('Hi:' KS, nnd currency will
lu* gifOB in .
amount* Ti... LOW PRI DRY
GOODS STAND GOOD.
LEVY & DAVIS.
AT COST! AT COST!
I " not mig*, t!.:i v to get all
I in HARDWAR1 Fine
locket ami J able < ?
- n h aa Agate, I lue au 1
White and tinware Fruit Jan, OU 81
an t ? ? Ice fowls,
its, Biscuit Board* and Rolling I ins,
1 sstl BI Mi 1 Wo I I' Kern. DOO! Mats. Lap
and (rosing Board** n
ALL Qt (ifs IT 0O8T.
J. S. BASS, Trustee,
l?r ?. S. M BLI I I.
409 I_. BROAD ST.
There is Hope
yorevervone wbohaa Mmwi tr.'iK. .
li, wh-_- . t*ape or bow ). n *
una of tbe 'It'll organs l .
I tited m to render
_ .-.to tb. mot of the ?
, i i.e. by ex pi
t' *he _*/i.e tin:. ii j, ? ale to tl
Sraaeac bad yeer owe ? .
Cnn*.I rr* f |
I lu i ?
witt," it ? '"??? ' '?'? > ?' tbt IU' rr
? I ' *AJ. 1 <
the i-est tonic I <?''??
??-.v. WWoST, M.* ??
Various Styles, Odds and Ends,
at $2; $2J, I I
COME BEFORE YOUR SIZE I'
M let1 Red i
uta' Butl S
vas T V
JACOB MAY & SA
60. BROAD STREET.
Due Bills and Scrip
n foi pnj
AB! ISTfi HA.
SOL J. BIHSTOEI.
<r '.'-,-, -I.1. ? | 'li it we li ?*
, Bini I iti'.n,
821 East Broads re< t, *
?MlD'A AV FOR TRADE
? I ?
?r _ by tl
For tale by ni! drugi. Sta
U. N. WILLIAMS. TH' M I - *r.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
^TJG-TJST 1- 1893.
I."jins and diicoontf. ? $59,718 17
Overdraft*, .... 22 20
J)ue from 1,jinks gnd
bankers, .... _I/1:;:, 7*;
Current e | aid, I.M11 ll
Furniture and fix! ore*, 1,640 72
Cu-hon hand, . . . 8,861
$92,618 7.. j
Capital paid np, I
l :. 1 .'..?:? i j
Due to banki i
bankers, . , . .
fiif"Specia! attention paid to collections and prompt lt '
made in Now York Exchange.
JBSTDeports of ONB DOLLAR and upwards received s'
tcrest paiil on time certificates.
as ? daw t _
REPEAL! REPEAL! REPEAL I
ThOl 'lin fal. dreadful. di-vristatins- Sht-rru-iu I BM
RESTORE! RESTORE! RESTORE!
Confidence in tho kksMMk "f our [<"'''?? ind all will noon be WS
r, osisluf obocka sa ooooL WHO VYANT8 MONEY? Id,,.fu?
tile preeont ftnsnei ll cruti I am in a pooittoB I" Boll tt v
ron require m Household Furniture. BABY CARKlAQ
iHI.-i Loi'Iis. KATTI NOS, TOILET SETS, REDS, IIEDUINU
ami PARLOB Bl 1 TB. l>rop in and bec-.-uviui.-ed; everyibiui* iu*?t OS reprea?nu-J
Furniture and Mattress Dealer,
1120, 1434,1436, 1438 E. Maia Street ail 22 Gorm Stet, RICHMOND. V