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HE TRIED HARD TO DIE.
Ot a. MMXDALI. MAKMk TBMMM A1
TMMFTS 8*aj DMOWX Ml Ut ELF,
Mat ls Caanecsseful-I-ateraburg'a A. P.
Hill Camp will be Here Wednesday.
Tha Klaeksbarg Cadets.
rETERRnntO. VA, May ?. -Special.
Mr. W il iain Wiy Kendall la a carpenier
of this city who of late has 8*80088 M.
:.lent on account of being on! of -sark.
Ile resides on Old sireet amt i** a "*???' of
famiiv. He has twice BtteSBpted to
emmit suicide hy drowning. Wsterdny
while untler Ihe Influence of liquor he
ipade another unsuccessful atiempt hy
Jumping tata ihe r.ver from Cauipbeirs
bridge. After taKlns off hl? r??* anfl
elliss he climbed up on one of the large
girders of the bridge "n*1 before any
rc,, could Interpose he leaped Into the
stream, a distance of about fifty feet.
The shock be received from the jump
eomewhat t-olv-red him. and he swam to a
rock, to which he cnnR until he was ,
r-M-ued hy Mr. rhomaa Andrews, who
?wint to his assistance In a boat.
a. i*. Hii.i. oaanr.
As before stated In thi* correspond'nee
X. r. iiiii Camp ol Confederate Veterans
and Sons ni Confederate Veterans, of
Peters Lurg, will attend the unveiling of
the Milora and soldiers' monument tn
Richmond on next Wednesday. The
"Vets'' w.ii number about one hundred
snd twenty-Bve In uniform, while many
Otters rio: In uniform will also attend
lin- unveiling. The Sonr, of Veterans ss ni
be about inty strong, ail wearing I
some badges A groat many of our rill
tens will also attend the ceiem tines.
A private letter received here 10-00,J
says that the corps of cadets from th"
Vlrarinla Agricultural and Mechanical i oi
lege, at HiackshurK. two hundred strong.
?win nuns through Poterabura oe Its ?'">
to the unveiling exercises iii Rlcbmona
to-morrow (Tueeday). Mo; - \n* i
cone will travel on a special tram- J"""
one hour abend of the reguUit* eon
bound Norfolk and Western iran, ar?
riving In Ult hmond about 7 o'clock In the
afternoon. Ph-re wiil be four teompeniea,
a cadet hatiti and drum corps. *n(l a
number of ladles and ..Ulcers of the col?
KBMSoan i aram
The Richmond Brtek and TUe Company
are to open a brich rard * BJ*oa4wny
in Prince George county, righi milos from
Petersburg. The company will have two
?.r three plants and amployment win oe
given to some forty or fifty ha nils.
The Knights of Pythias concert,
given nt tts Kl ' my ot Music '"-mor?
row night, will be very largely attended
Among thoa, who will tan; part ta lt
are Miss Dey Rag-land, of Richmond,
and Captain Frank Cunningham, also or
wbioht or Tn?- fior.Pirns' MOgOlfgin
The Petersburg Oroya at their meeting
to-night decided lo attend the unveiling
ceremonies of the soldiers' and Ballon
monument. _ _,.
Ail of tte granite for the monui
came fron. !he quarries of ihe Peters
burg OronttO Quarrying; Company. ,n
Dlnwlddle county, tsvo miles from Pel
burg The whole monument ls over aev
enty feet in height, lt has live I
The first ss.ighs tiO.OOO pounds, and the
other four average iC.'nX) pounds each.
The twelve piecer- in the column which
surmounts the bases- averages I
pounds each. The Corinthian cap on top
of the column had to be cut In three
pieces on account of its Immense weight,
and weighs 85.000 pounds.
Tht address on Memorial Day, the
lt] of June next, wiil he made by Rev.
William H. P, Latt, of this city, a former
rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church.
mr noni a i MAI ix UA.tr ille.
Cap*. Innk llsiiiilu's Ktefgoent Address? I
DANVILLE. VA, M y M. Special,-To?
day was Confederate Memorial-Day in
DaavtBe. .ins ?i>. ut the time for the
gathering --f the people a rain s--t in,
bul in spite ol tole drawback a good
crowd ss ,.s In the Academy of Music
when th>- exerctasa were held.
The foot ot the stare ssas literally
banked Up svith (lowers, while Bi m.ls on
the stage sven- piled svith Bwoot-acented
roses, honeysuckle, ste. On the stages,
besld-s the orat rr. marshall's band) . t .
were all the mlnist-us nt Danville and
NeHpolls. wno were in ihe city.
The programm-r ssas a noe one and
every number excellent!)
In the body of tn** Academy were the
veterans, the two military companies
<Iilues and the Gray), Danville Military
Institut.* cadets, und thi u Iform rank
of Knights of Pythias, all in furl uni?
The oralor of the day was Capt. Frank
M Hamlin, who ssas a member of the
North ??n:.,Mn:, Junior Reserves, and
about the youngest captain In t
war. M.- gave s glowing description of the
heroism ot the hoys of the old North
State, their sufferlnga and privations, tie
tobi of the great bombardment al Fort
Fisher, and paid a line tribute to tte tate
Senator Zeb. Vance, ii-* enid no gi
honor, in. greater distinction could be
given any people than the privilege to
guard tte memory of tba boys of the
Confederacy it...-,- patriots whose Harnett
are inscribed in their country's roll of
In concluding, he said: "At each recur
rtng : pun- Ood sends the sunshine and
th,- dews i" woke UP the buds that blos?
som into fragrant gowers, puts the holy
??? Ire tate the ht arts of our southern
women to oall men Immersed In the
business of the day to cease a while
from their labors nr.d look flown the
vista of thirty years to the heroes wha
eave their lives for everything held thar
fey myn, lune, wife, country, mother
and Ood. Since Ood has made it our duty
to nuaid the memory of the Boothera
deni, miiy ss.- prove aqua] tO th.* task,
and the Impression lie not lo::t on cowing
After the benediction the flowers were
taken to Ho- cemetery and scattered over
the graven of the dead.
Confederate Mentor)*.! krrvlovs Hatti on
Ski tn ,lrt* I ii tr rr-Nt inc M t.rrii-i.rnr .
"WARRENTON. VA., May 27.?Confed?
erate memorial services were Observed
hero yesterday. The pi i form.al in
Clerk Park's ofltee, and, preceded hy the
Wnrenton Cornet Hand and Heth.l ? '.i
dets, marched to thc cemetery, where
they scattered flossers on the moimi
around the Confederate monument Thia
monument ls an imp".int marble srta'i
surmounted by a -t-ttue of Mem >ry. In
one hand she hold:, a hook, from Which
she ls reading, and In the other a wreath
The following Inscription -s on the front:
"Confederate de*id. Six hundred Vir?
ginias daughters to Virginia's uetenders."
At the righi of the monumi nt ls a tab?
let with the following Inscription: ?Charles
Lee. im.'.. Aged Kl years. Vttorney-Gen
era!, C. S., from IT'*.', to 188] " Near this
la a broht-n Waft to "Thomas Gordon
Pollock, adjutant-general of 'i ,-i..
Brigade. Kiti.-d at Gettysburg 1883." i
remains were n-s.r found. In a re'irci
section of the cemetery ls a marble shaft
which commemorates the first ulood ? ( i
In th*, war The Inscription reads as tV.
Iowa: "Capt J-hn Quincy Marr, captab
of Warrenton Riflemen, born Mas "
1825. fell 1st day of June. 1861, a, Va'irfax
C. II., Va. Ipini the threshold of his
Btate this Virginian nat tu- ? i, . , .,. ,
was first to fall for the rights of the
TBL UUOLt: TICKET MLUVXMB.
Cert I Acs U-. Award.,I lo All the ll*-n,oii?i r
Cntli'lHtes ki Itonnnkr.
ROANOKE. VA., May 21.-Special?The
commissioners of elecllon met again to?
day and explode 1 a bomb-ahell in tilc
Shape of a tl.-clslon to throw out the en
tire, vote cast tn the Third ward or ti?
dly last Thursday and grin * cm locates
of e.ection to the panics rscelv lng-the
Wghest number of votes from the Fl rat
Second. Fourth, and Fifth warda 'Si ni
elects the entire Democratic ticket in Jo
far aa the commlasloners can contrthnT*
to that end by receiving the whl of th!
people expressed at th*- polls. e
Tnj -1"1**- J* ?t the Third ward did not
uerwfy to the number of votes casi ??
the law directs, although the nunttt of
elector* on the clerks hooks was V
The commissioner* ascertained by actmul
that Tlllett. Democrats' candlaate f*r?city
lArgeani, received KW votes, and I'ltrnnn
hla Republican competlwr. ??; voU_
which combined, makes a total of ?2 m
seven more than the booka ehuwed w?r?
actually cast at the precinciTheyd-*!
elded that they could not legally go bacg
of the returns nor recount the vote
therefore they were compelled to throw
Ihe ward out. tte judea of tlie HtmMnjv
Court alone having authority to ord*r a
Colonel J. IF. Hartwell, the Republican
canuieiate for Commonwealth's Att..rn,'y.
ann .1. S. Tattle, fe-r e eimmlssloner of
Itevcnu-*, who were elected over their
Democratic opponents, will go to the
courts The action of the commissioners
ls pretty generally condemned hy Demo?
The Roanoke Unlit Infantry and Roan?
oke Machine Works Guards, accompanied
bv their drum corps and Ueutennnt-Col
on<*l Wilbur U. Tole, of the Second Mr
Kima Regiment, left to-night for iwch
ine.nd. Colonel I'ole will command bis
regiment, as Colonel Raker cannot be
present at the unveiling ceremonies.
BM MW CAMP UP PMtWWBABM
Will be Her* W rdm-ad-tv?KepubMrnn Cnn
?tMBOS fm- Cn"rrr-a III I- Iral plat, le I.
FREOERICKBRrRO. VA., May ?*.?
special. -Many people here are making
active preparations to go to Richmond on
the Nth. Thc Sons of Confederate vet?
erans, It. P. Chew (amp. of this city.
Will BO down on a Special train WeeJ
. ne-sdny morning. They will number ???/
seven, and will be tn* fueeu or rr, e.
1 Lee Camp. S. C. V.. of Richmond. Bower
; mg's Hand, ot twenty-two nleceB,wlu
\ accompany the camp, and lt will a ry
its handsome silk flag. I'V,"'1",,1 bJ.-th*
? ladles of this City, as wei ns the Haul
, 3 colon,. Slate and ^^j}-.^^'
I presented hv cltlsens of \\ ashlngton
I Mr Walter B. Tyler, who ?ns recently
' e'ected lo the Council here, ls prom,neut.>
! s]toket? of aathe Re-publican cnndtdal
! ^STl^ioerlcksburg Wheel-sto,**- rom*
?-T?V aresouttlng up an additional ware
tooee neoTtbeh^-faattnr. This win make
j tSha^ntttw building las f-t by M, ann
I nV-^,V;r|nVllM,'<-'acken hat, tendered his
gSoB as a member of the City
Council. _ .
I'OISOS IS 'lUM'RISO.
ino fLsnarahnia ttopjre Weeoen Oaoss-gad
wilie A'r--ini,liiir* t? l"ola.,ii ii Rtvrsl.
T.I'N'K.VRl'R'I. C. H.. VA., May 28.
Speclal. Two negro women. Silvia i-'or.st
and Bettie Forest, her daughter, are an*
ei-r arreet, charged arith attempting to
poison ?Dora tVataon, a negro woman
wbo live i ii- I two mlli from tbs i onrt*
h,.use. by putting a bag of polaon in
the spring from which Dora obtained
lier drinking water. two women
were discovered al tie- spring about dark
by Dora and Bue Bagley, another colored
woman, 'inc bag was lurni i over to
lir. N. R NehleU by the authorities,
and the Doctor sn vs it contnlned soma
blue stone and small pieces e.f glass,
lt la said then red "Lothario"
in ihe case, and Silvia claims to have
put til- bag in th.- spring to "conjure"
back good feeling between Bet a and
Dora which thc ,*gmn*-eyed monster.*
,,,,',,;...., had disturbed. The cases win
tome up nt the .lune term of the enanty
There was a severe hail and wind storm
which passed over several farms within
about n mile of the court-house on -Sat?
urday evening Th- h.ni v. as ?ery -
-md fell in immense* quantities. I P D
the farm of Mr. .John H. Stokes, within a
mile of the wurt-houee, the corn and to?
bacco was very much damsged.
WM a r. m. l. vAin.it
Are Expected to K-a\e*li Hern till* After.
I,e.o'. ? Urea, r-intel** ?? the BejBMWe.
LKXINOTON, VA, May 28,-Speclal.
ThS corps Of cadets of the Virginia
Military Institut- and a d-leg.ition from
I.ee-Jackson Camp, Confederate "\ eterai.s.
will leave lure in the morning on a
special train over the .lames river divi?
sion of C. & O. and will arrive at Rich?
mond al I o'clock al the R. ft A. depot.
Irnm-diately on th.ir arrival a dreea
parade will he given Ml th- Capitol
square. The corpa \\ iii attend the com*
pim-ntaty Oerman to-morrow night, al?
ni st to a man.
Toe cadet corps, under command >.f
commandant Colonel Marshall, gave a
special battalion drill this evening, and
with favorable weather. Richmond may
expect to see the .iris at their beat.
New white military bel mets have b
added to th" corpa' uniform, which add
much to thc appearance of the corps.
Color* Given the. .lohn I'.owU-Strani o
C r?-ii|> -H.ve.rf Storm.
CMARLOTTF.SVILLI-", VA.. May :8.
Spcclal.? The beautiful silk flags plvu
by the ladies of the town and university,
was this aft-rnoon pres-m-d to the .Ioho
Bowls Strange camp of Confederate
Veterans. The presentatl n speech was
made by Colonel R. T. WI Duke, an l
se.pted on tbs part of the camp by
Captain Mica.iah Wo d'-'. Th- Baa Will
bC Us-d by thi- Camp In the DBI "?? a
lin* unveiling on ihe "uth.
At 1:15 to-morrow the -amp leaves for
Richmond. Company "D. Montlc Ho
Guard, will also leave al tin* same hour
for Richmond. Before the departure the
men -.-. iU be paid off for service render* I
thc Stats during the Spiller trial in
A violent thund>r storm passel over
the city this afternoon. The lightning
struck in several placee. A young man
WBS shock'd, and a valuable cow kill?
The early Christians for a long time*
actually despised patriotism; they ti il
only saw and fal! that on this caril:
I h.y had BO abiding edy, but they
elaine**-! te oars thsir al soleness to .,
higher peart r. This was a notion thal
prevailed until the gronrth of national
sentiment bet-came "strong enough to make
a chii-iian a patriot aa well. Ilacehle
valli, who had a lively appreciation of
the pagan virtues. WBS one of the first
writ-rs of ron own i" exalt patriotism io
a high place among the virtues. In. lt
eyes, nil was fair in war, if md In love,
ami h- Openly declared bia admiration
for those who loved their country better
than the sufi ly of th.-lr B0U1&
Patriotism was, In short, an I :d-world
virtue, which, at the tim. of th- R nais
sance, was dragged out of it r
and refurbish..I for tba uss of the n 0 I
world, .eclipsed for a season, it ha- sh n ?
as bright again ai evsr ii did to Ore -
or Kunu-. Many n dtlaaa has si-.,
cast in the mold cf .Misti,i. | ,,*
Regulus. Bul lt ls curious to obtM I
thal when national sentiment was weah
there WBS in BOme resp'c's a gr
sense of the brotherhood Of man than
there ls to-day.
Amid ail its wara and turmoil, Kurop *
made a n-.u-r ap; roai li to solidarity and
anion. Cbrtatlnnlty waa a great weld
force. The dreams e;f a universal Church
v. ere in sorne slight degree r.-iiz.-l. and
th" Hr Iv R.iman Empire WBS a Btupen>
dona fad which fe rmed a cementing 1.\
between many disorganized races.?.M.te?
mi: la n's Magazine.
H.: rel on |hr Cats.
A private "English gentleman lives on
th- outskirts of that sacred Incloeure?
the preserves, it happens thal lhere BI ?
a ffOOd many rats m the n-ighborh iod ,,,
his hons,-, so it is necessary to have cats
in order to keep them down. Theo
have a strange way d' disappearing one
aft rr another, it ls, of .ours- easy
em ugh to replace them, but still it i
very annoying to nave io eh, s0 contlnu
ally, especially to lovers of cats vi,,.
neighbors account for their removal by
unanimously ascribing u to the game?
keeper. This official seems a verv civil
aa i decent fellow personally, so tne ag?
grieved housekeeper accoata him and
asks him point-blank whether he can ac?
count for the disappearances, "not to put
too tine a point upon lt,'* ru Mr. MlCOWb. r
would say?which means, of course
whether he has not shot the animals
The gamekeeper makes no attempt to
lapel thc soft impeachment, but very
?Well, slr, you see i'm a servant i
have my orders, and I've got to obev
?Tut are you aware, keeper, that this
is a penal offence}"
"Dare hay R is, slr, but that's my
"Why, the 'Squire, you know, ol
The discussion thus terminates ells
tlnctly in favor of the gamekeeper be?
cause the 'Squire ls, as before p magis?
trate and by virtue e.f Uniting the two
functions in his own person, he can af?
ford to defy the law with Impunity, nnd
to have his own way. Then* ls, In bet
no remedy al all.- The Westminster Re?
An Immense* Ont.
One of the features of to-morrow s
twelve-page souvenir edition of The Times
He i ?*n_lmmer'8e Plevure of the Bal*
di"*1"8 and Sailors' monument, surrounded
by all tbs other monuments In the city
ana the officers of the association. lt
Will OCCUBX tha *ntlre* Ara, u?a0
OXE ll IX DEED A X H ri Tt T OF TU EB
Madison Brown. Ihe ?gro Murderer. Sen?
tenced lo b. Han*c?l-I rohlbltlonlsta
Vising tor Congressional Fight.
NOIIFOLK, VA.. May 28.?The ml lers
of Ohio and .Michigan, have f. r .*.
long time bena la ta mated la securing a
southern port for the shipment of tlulr
pfOdUCO. Tha secretary of Ihe Chaim, r
,,f Coeaaoeroe his, during tha past six
months, red .v. I hiindr ds of 1 tiers
making Inquires as to Norfolk's shipping
fa- ii hies, and Sunday night one hundred
and fifty millers from th ? West arrived
here. They were received by a commit?
tee from the Chamber of Commerce anl
taken to the Atlanta* and Si. Jam-:;' Ho?
This morning a reception was lied ol
the Business Men's .'-. I on, win r
they were Introduced to Norfolk's busi?
ness mon. Thi afternoon tte millers
were tendered' fir, excursion on the ? sum?
er cits of <*hest< r to < dd Poini ind
Ihe capes nnd lo-nlght they went to
'.-. a western ir ntl-mrn ai p eas?
ed ssitu whal they have seen here, and
it la said their visit will
to tra . .
\i rp io i
Mri arson Brown, the North Care ina
ss ho, about a year ago murdered
< 'Its- fount iii. an a' hit I roi] ird, al
nee in inls city, while attemi
!?, rob tie- councilmen s store, was I
I.' i ?? JudgS Bro '., * ti,! ? and
sentenced to be hi i -r. I Julj nth. i r..svn
1 through tie* trying or.Pal without
flinching, il- ls at--ut twenty-two j
f age, the son -i a Baptist pres
"i - lives in ii.rds county. Brown's
father is here .r.i 'sill make an effort
i i I ive tie* penalty commuted hy the
I- to .;.-'.? iliij.r;
Tli. hanging 4 t ? negro will be one
of th.* i.i -t oi"..ci ii acts of Shi *
.Ioho E, Hurl;*- Sh. i Iff J'-ruin sass it
!<? a ta-]; h.- is Very gi ? I cs?
eu j ? fl
Tlie Huti.-r Guards, of Greenville, P.
c., an.i the Anderson 09 C.) Firs Com?
oon) will arrive here 'ir: -ws- m ming
via. tin.* Seaboard Air lin.*, and will
spend the morning in Portsmouth and
Norfolk, and lr. tia- afteiri -ni will Icav I
I. r Richmond over tia- - ? anl
: tha unv-i r
; ia BIBI i IOU ir
The Prohibition party is organising
in all ot rh- svar I- i f inls t nv
anl will make a great -ii 'it to win
next fali tli- congressional ea .-tion.
The commissioners will meet t., morrow
at l? o'clock al the ? .-rk's office t-. com
plete tl ?? count of the votes of ti.
?lui. a notice of .a H-,-i has
been aubi Itted i-y the Prohibitionists
th-* Fourth word, which will doubt
go to the Clint--.
A feature ot Ihe memorial exercises In
Portsmouth Saturday was thirteen lit?
tle !?;; ls, -l.illir.itei s . f C ? ?' Wa'" Si-1
dh robed in spotless white, ornament*
? ii with s miniature Confederate flag,
th-* hm t.ainl of each lettered with tic
name of one of the Confederate Btatea,
and erith a beautiful boquet in tbe righi
hand, marched to Ure Sold lera'
lot ta ti, through the
ranks of Confederate veterans
gracefully deposited their flowers on the
gr av < i of the known and unknown alike,
and then passed on for the a 1 Hers t'
close up a.. '. fire th'-lr aa
ni 1,1* \ ti ? no , \ : ,-,,: a.
The Norfolk pipers will to-morr w
ed Ls the I ' v
(.*tv, ; ? * nt the offensive t ?>:.
? 1 iel ol
led to W ? ilngton.
The An. 1 Club m i
to-n! ' ' ? ' '
place Tu* I I al their - lub-h
in Huntersvlll , There will be three
bout! Johnson : sr. Paul, an I '? I
? ns of Eng! in I. weight HO i'?
ll ib? n st. .i ol u and
143 pounds; John Monohan and Ned Mc
i ghlln, 150 pounds. There wll I ?
sporting men here from Wa nlngton, Bal?
timore and New V'ork, ind box tl
ore Belling os high a
Charles E. Ropt r, 4k, formi rly
of Richmond, while at -.soi;., at Money
Point to-day receivt l a i omp ? ind
ture of his righi
Ulr. itoxn issi : hi MSTlOX,
Representative Bnitoy will Agsln Bring
lor-wKiil tilt Resolutloo.
WASHINGTON, May 28,?Reproi
titre Hailey, ol Ti too, will rm. in bring
foi ward bis i
lars- Carliele'i '?? mit
to meet the
The li.ii'- .* res ilution excited much
men! when the recent Issue of ,w - ?
bonds ssas mad . bul ii failed
ans- , fleet In Ch<
bonds ssh- on the markei before Mr.
through the .ii.it
ti ,.. ?. he ll
to ne.-. ? befon ai thei b
.a-ir m I
bonds. Tht e have I
? ipi ld
day, but Mr. ? ... ,.;,
? ? ,;i in,
.aird h< ?-?? thal
!'-" ? ? lal i . Hou ? ssiri poss it if it
i ni be bi ...:.-, . s vote
Tbs I ts follows:
Rf - dved. That it is w f the
tory of the Treasury has no autl
der ? xlstln ; law to lasue and
bonds of he Uni! d Stati
aa is conferred upon him by the oct ap?
proved January the Uth, 187! entli
An act to provide for the n iumntl<
? )? tymi ms ind thai the money de?
rived from the Bale of bond ; under
that a-1 cannot be lan fully
ans purposes except those there?
The majority report of the .Iud- i ,
it annean too i li u for ai
the Secretary of the Tr.
thorlzed to Issue bonds only to .-:ini>i.
him to provide for the redemption au?
thorised ..r required in that act, li .
this is the s.iy language of ila* low,
and sp-* ldc ;:s lt is it does noi stop
there, t-ut in the concluding part of thal
enabling .*-? - tl .ri there ls a pi,un ll ?
tion on the righi to li sue
A mlnoril y i? ?; o - a a-- ra -i- bj i:
?sentaliv-s w, .". Stone, Ray, .uni Child ?
lt aa) s ..: thi ll i. -j i. st lutlon: "VI - ?
. r tin? a- tlon I taste or noi
sse leal rs of the mo
itv to decide Tl el
sold are not yet Issued, and tnt
of ;i Pond Bale are no* . ,t in the treaeury.
The s.-c.-. - iis ii s
law or mlsapplif I any funds, ll- - ,
very frankly declared thal tire pri
condition of the treasury la ,-..t
unless measures are adoi ted by Coi -
to replenish thi Tri a ... n ?e
i (hauated, the day la not far distant
when he must do one or two tl.,
cease to pris* ii. , *,lV_
eminent, announce tl
of the I'nite.i Stu'**, under a Demo
managemi nt, ls I tnkrupi or
money found in the Treal to main?
tain the credit of the ontif
The minority agrees with the proposl
tion that the proceeds of nonda should
not be used for current expeneee,
ax f.aklv voil: ex ricer ed.
Senator Jones Thinks ii will be Beached
hr .lune l.*,l ii.
WASHINGTON*. May th -There is ntl
Menes og tts D siocratta aide of the
Benate that a final vote aili be had un
the tariff bill hy the loth of June,
tor Jones Bald to-day; "Some of the sen*
atora on our r,lde are looking for a vol
hs- the 10th but 1 think Mies ar*- a Utile
too sanguine, lt looks aa If wa would
g,t thiough by the IMh, however Ti.,
Republicans have hopes of dividing tl.
party on the sugar schedule, fl aim.*
boen made, even to-day. that th**y would
)?? ahle to brook our ranks. We antici?
pate a fight along the entire line of the
-sugar schedule, anti as Boon as lt la I
that the Democratic eld cannot be broken
the bill will proceed. We expect quite a
debate on the woolen and cotton I le 1
ales, nat --n oth.-r features we ought to
make rapid progress."
Senator Aldrl. li was a.-k-d If the end
waa in sight; when he thought the bill
might pass the Senate.
"Ask Senator Vest or Senator Jones;
they have the Mil In charge."
"They aay about the 15th." be was in?
"Well." he replied, "they are ohowlng
better leds***" 'an in aome of tha
claims that have been -tia-lf on that side
Senator Sherman Will make a speech
on ihe tariff Hill to-morrow. If will he or
a k neral na!ure, anti over his views on
the subj-w. H,. inform.-1 the pcmorratle
managrrs that he wan! I to consult th dr
convenience and make his speech when
lt would least Incommode them, and be
was Informed that lt would make r. j
difference, and the Ohio Senator de ? I
Tin* i>- moeratic eeaatora have not made
much, if any, ptugraaa in setting the
R ;<uhll-*una to agree to a day when a
ri te shall he taken, and the belief ia
gaining ground that tbe Republlcona T,,u
hil Pack for som- time In-fore tonsent
i to such on agret ment.
They ere evidently bf the oplnl-ui that
they hold a stronger position os we
matter stands than thev would Bola JJ
they ihoald c mi to have a o i]
? In that event the J;',m "
crate tpecl I.wupy hair ins
t,- sgr< ? d upon for !?' ne. ind a
also probably bc found more obdurate m
granting concesstone than they n sv are.
kau.wa r runt tts rom i u.
About n I angas not tot Berthes but for Lsg
The Convention Bf Railroad Employes
of ihe United Btatea, Canada, and Mex*
leo. called by the Order of Railway Con?
ductors, which began in th* Lenoa ut
i .nra -.. anl ss 1,1- ii ls to laat
ihrough to-day ami to-morrow, did n t
turn o-.it to be so nuinerous a body aa
wt expected. Either ali the delegates
fa i I i...t arrived, or oise they had lain
too long abed In the morning, hut certain
lt ls that then wen ?'- ? anything like
one thousand men in the hall, In
of the 2.:-jhi men expected, when the con
v< ntion opened at 11 80 o'clock.
P. M. Arthur, Chief of tte Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers, di-i noi ai
having been w..in-.I ot a rallrood con?
vention in St Poul. A number of ether
chlefa did not appear al tte morning
i Masti r Sargent, ol
Bi ii nerhood of I.I Firemen, wna thi re.
The mein hull of tba I.y eum hnd been
prepared for the meeting. Around the
circular walla of tte hall were hung
bard-wood panels bearing ths arms of
? ? thS lill- li?
ss as draped a hugs bog of the
The call for the convention says, among
?Tor the Brat time in the biston I
tbe greet bodies of railway empl
?n. ; not foi tiie purpose
ulna v ni lo radii si ld s -. bul
rhlch iii- v have been
to the publli . s g.i to th-> employ* r, and
The coll sass that th" golden rule
il lo be observed, and hims Jt the
ng of a remedy for labor troubles
The -!.\ railroad organizations n
? '. comotlve Engineers, the Order
of Rall wa
of i. : li ? men, the Brothel
of Rails ay Tra
way ? Ba Itt brat n' -
Mutual Aid Au
C, '?:. Wt Order of R dlwoy
; ictors, ssa.t temporary chairman -n
pening of th" convention, and li
dm ed Sena! ?r T. C. ? I'Sulllvon vs iv
a speech of welcom-- on behalf of
Maj or Gili
"Mayor Gilroy," he sall, "would hove
peen glad to sis.- you a welcome himself
if s, pre
? -rn ey i ? you a wai rn s-.. I
on hla behal! The ralli - id men are
the i t of the i.pie ? I
ry. They ai ted with
of this country, but with
munlty. i am
? St N.-SV l'Ork CitV, ?
? ami power, and of Its enterprise
and energy, lt ls tl fa, re it
? len tim
hen paid a (? ?
sentiment of ti
svith kn.-u that the ra -
? . .t mils ai
ir. the paths of la
?: i question 1
ls, "Are vou a man nnd
i w ? ot the flremen.
ii said thi r -sis ,i time in
. of labor organising th in
the ;,*? i ? -,l Ti.ir ss
legls atl. n, he tor
if ". OU '1
- ll lill .1, tb. r ' f .;?!
money In the
ng about the chunti ? '--kn.
i . do
? ? : be had.
tl . I .ail,I
*'. ith'-r her.- or yondi i
"But then* I .... .,?.
f.-r all evils," Mr
tlon of the
"The first thli
ll n.-al .ne all right, and
factional d I
time when the w
of tm tl ? li Intel
who i a ? in them - xi ? pt ;?>
Phe great I
workingmen ts that they have
. ari t il enough ? t tho
- ti ? ? ? their
. but it rn- ana
movement that viii be fell In Incl
pros] ? .!? \ all nv r the country."
P If. .'. 'Hissey aral L. C, *i ? ; lg also
The real work of the Convention will
this morning at 10 o'clock.?Nt w
ITork Sun of yesterday.
A.ri".tn GI ls
An English girl traveling without ber
in -th' r .1- old ,"1*
abe la looked al a Uti by well
bred p pie, aa I have 'I '?
imed thai hav
id the usual English lu
. ii tit t.i take entire ch irge of
If, or it ls too late to matt. r.
An An.- re r*i girl ?
may not .
? country. The truth ls, in Am
whi rs education, Uki
c.t:o of tht rcs,
? -. In molt
so I am Informtl. ti
? ? rd for the v. ta I In?
ion of ihe girls In the main re*
- i ? rtainiiiu to pbyi : ai life.
When tte -iiri ia about fourteen o.- fl|
ipplled to. "i' ' s i ss li fa
your daughter to attend th* ? this
t rm?" The mother repUei "Yea*" or
sh.- replies "No, my daughter ls wung
for her age; i prefer to put it off for a
year or two yearm." I do not say that
bbs are always adequate, but
I say they are a safeguard and a prepara?
tion: the prtnctp :
Bonahle. and the girl rocefvofl Ot least a
certain amount of knowledge of the world
in a grave, decent, o
manner, which enables her td
a pitfall wtKn lt comes, and BaVSS h, r
fruin al any rate blundering into ruin.? j
Ths Nineteenth Century.
'lore Trouble With Illinois sinkers. j
MINONK, IM... May M. Tho Strike '
situation is at fever heat. Th- bb
here ar* determined te stop a
hauling -.al thr_iu-*h lure, if
Thi a .ir.p.nier, .,f tr mp- arrived this
morning. The x o'ci ? k nan pul.ed In
from tn,- South with sevra! -irs .-f
cal. Th- strikers r-eat runners to
lt. Th- train ssas guarded br deputlee
and the ml It'.a dr..se the strlkrs hick.
Two .? trik.-:rs svh-i attempted t. pull the
pins, were arresfd. The sir.kera rr
v,-ry much < v U?-1. and made -e-Pus
threats. Another train pud'.I In at 0
o'clock, but the stilkers,, thoroughly
cowered by the military, mad- no at?
tempt to molest the train. The citizens
fVar trouble to-night under cover of
darkness, well knowing tha revengeful
maure of ths strik***
hcst of all in Leavening Power.-?-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
lilts PHILLIPS' ASSAJLAS T ARRRSI.
V.ll A*iD IDP.StlFlP.D RY lill',.
A Tbou-iand iv. pl- Gathered at Burling
to.,, Out m rte lu.im -.1 to l*d?per*e?
RALEIGH, N. C., May 28,-SpeciaI.
On Sunday morning, May "JOth, Mite
Mary Phillipe, who is employed in the
cotton mill near Burlington, was uti
and overpowered by a negro man While
or. her way to Sunday BChooL S>
was at tn for h.-r assailant,
nnd ixcitomcnt throughout tue county
ama Intense. Shs described ti.- ne
and sui sh.* ind Been him often, tut
did i.ot know his nam-.
ten m-n were arrested un<i
bron. bi r, inn s ? ri dtochai :;? 1
upon bar saylna ths ri^ht mau bed icu
I..-n found. Saturday a negro answering
th- d Wos ar:-- Bted in ' '.
county, and b ngton,
Ifl Pl 111 pe ni on. ? declered him I
li.-i- s rsa ito nt Th - fellow tuen mad ? ;.
corni te con fi sion, Faying he had gone
two !'. ? .'ininti th- .run I
I as til" man was id. ntlii.-d, at
I'asi on- tnousand people gathered m
Burlington, and it waa .md
lj staled that he w 'iii b. - nched
night, but lat' ;? In th- !..
1 io c iraham ? i in lau,
und Soli. Itor Parker made a |
th- nd. assuring them tn.it
h hud a great
' 'Ul' ? ? ? ?; . -.. is ju jud.
mine sensation i I here to?
day by a run.i ? I WI ? n tWO
well-known young people, 'lim contract?
ing pat m i are H. A. ithern
mie Alcot. The bride i i vei
vi ung I wns a -
i'' ace Institut, being a mi ml r f the i
? - it waa the
uatini ei tl . t"
bul Pre sldent Ulm
r.n anonymous letter se ttlng l
which li., communical ?! to hi r I
er, but too in'-- to pn
mon). 'i'h'' father nt once ?- ni
. f ins daughter only to rind int- mar- !
The ceremony was ?? by Rev.
i'. If. i uti -, 'of lb- ' '"ir -ai Met!
of tne tn
1 iv In
- L'nlti i Ul
? - i .ml, .Mini-:.. June
Pin. rn M i i I. ,.?? r, W. -I. H" I
c. I>. ns. ?,. T. IV. 1 ' uff).
I*, il. Alb ii, .li.
. v\ ? ;
.-. ' I
.Mr. .1. M. M
intie taro, a-* ??
and mark the posltl n "f r ie N >rth i
t, r Cl irk leneral Hal ry
Heth, of 1 with the i
?. ? la In V
9ALBM FBMALB COLL
Heatora* Flrsl Evening Hiss Osterblnd, of
Rlebmon. . i . i Part,
WINSTON, *-' ?
The pr., .-i ???.:?!,
nd. !>. !?. ?'
MR. *,I D'. KU HRS ll I ttl Miir.
.1- Ilse N?r let the Democrat Rlcb.
m.iuil Peaarsoi '-? c re .' ftetli >. .
' , '
rs have I
tern lion f tl
H. ',. G
ed that I I
public ?? li
? ,s utte : ly ??
of western N rth Carolina elli pa
a i le a
ll. \. lt I'
. -i. -
publican candida! for Conara
county of th.* district. H
Republics) . lei I i I
pr,.:.-riv r . : ? I
ever) I<-m crat, wh
ed. ls chain
ls very nctiv.-, and no doubt ls taking
thc B n tte
or; [hs tariff bill t-- lengthen hli -
with the pet pie of this dlatrl**t Bu
,v Will be neut ra !.-?
? in-day if the > m eratic \ ort]
the propi r thin -. and i uta ll *
forward In the a l< ctlon ol 'h* sta
i. ... -? p. u n ? ? lng everything bs
con t? encourage Independ ntism in oil
ti.,. ' t, a -i strict ' r
, ;- m re repei tall]
for the Legislature. I suppose thie n
tart and norcel of his deal with Rut
l-r. the grand Mogul of the W;
in this State, iii exchange for Butte-r-a
that brt (Pearson) Bh uld h-ivs
ttl- Populist fuprort In this district.
halifax ror Kits.
Tltry ar* Called to Hoot Mondnv-C-tptnln
Hst for (or-gr-.??.
WELDON N. C., Mas il.-A
mass-meeting ? I wi'o'! .'I*
county will be hi I al Hall
v..t- rs ol the coun?
ty wt " ?'? '
tt as 1 "4 n01
ss, ll .if lided. Ott ll
ar.otb.-i- meeting baa been culled for June
\ number of ire urging
ih.- nam.- ot Captain W. ll. Day for Con
in ibirs C .' district.
Two Hen Killed en ibe truck.
WILMINGTl 'X. ti. C., ' Mb--rr
Williams and Arthur Moore, te
as -. were run ov. r and l
noll - a on iii-- Wllmlngtoi
Weldon r illroad to-day, Both were a
on the track, and tl them
too late to atop the train.
I'e. ucl iou nf I re ghi Bal s.
ILMINOTOX, M. C., Maj H.?The
\. c. The
1,-ss- ratee run from twenty-flvi
hundred p las.down l
WoM a ';.*! I I i RAI VLF,
A Btmaga Pl Isa Secured In Boonoo Ayr***-?
So t Hi tv sell f.r I.ii., t -
Captain ' erratt, of tte American hark
Can. ?- i ' ""day
ot I'ier 5', Bouth a b on boar i
-if tbe atrongeat prises .-v.-r cai
ling leas than a
,n inri* lt.- ot a
r tO it. Hf
' ll 1SI HOLD YEAR.
Hourly Elchtj w lons ol Dollars Coined
nt nu sitar,
WAI ? .'. I- f |*he
Ung '..p In
Ut Immense Cat.
? . ?
ss i'i .
. - the ? .
THAT ARE PERFECT IN FIT,
Perfect in workmanahip, porfect in warp.rrtd bear the Btarop ot
.apriority, of sterling worth. Suit* in which durability and di
neal ure blended; faabionable Medium and Lori* Cut Bingie *,...i
Double-Brearted Beek Bolte; graceful Long ond Medium Cptawaya,
made of fine AU-Wool Cheriote, Cassimerea, Serges, Grroj . Blacka,
Browns, Neat Checks, Silk Mixtures and Hairlines, md counties
other shades, mixtures and oorabinotiona, all at
?$10.00 A SUIT.
1009 EAST MAIN, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE,
J. JACOBUS, Proprietor,
WAR BOOK. I
>? k*jP^-*_* ;;rln** Thr-"* 1
V* ?t?^i*l>-^i r?*?l'On-? fra *j
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I Kj?J I ' j c*?ife Ont
? 'vM* I J; "^ of rKN1
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wV-) . - cents extra
f xffe u'a,,J
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lr | ;-.-?:.< from DA11
TIM IX io THE 1*1881 ?:th "-'
twenty-five eenie, na I
Pori of BOOK OF Til
Two cents oma when malled.
J BOOK OF THE BUILDERS,
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|i" ceDts in eoie, nnd rects**-*. Ona Iv. '
* - : PICTUKE8QUE AMERH A.
"' tnniio.l. two cents extra. So alt?tia
untiled, two centf extra. Ko atainpt
TA Kl* 1 TO 18 READY. 'i
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r, mons) im ttai - i ww
i office .ind recui?t< < -ri- I ..ri of
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*. lor posta?t?.
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creal portloi o o' sri.
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