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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH.
WIIOLE NUMBER, 13,778. 7 RICHMOND, VA.. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1895.___. THREE CENT8 PER COPY.
WANTED TOMOB HIM.
Enra.td Ball Mrons Attempt to Deal
hV?Ki:l> THK IMPIRK OIT.
.te.na BOBOlBbaaa arlth a Derl-lon.
,,?. . -l-l BBBBTirr BBBBJaa Ihe BBAfl
?, iKaualn- Baai nadly lalare?
mL_ BUBBBTBl ihevVlnner.
m fourth aaMBa BBtVoaa MMaawoal
/? v..hvniO N UM champlonahtp of
, ?,, pOayei yeaterday. ,md r?
X,v?r of Rlchmond by a ecore
? . t Th,. ?., tho iwo daba ln the
... aavyed IbB attaraaaa, um
? ?' ?*??' ,*,A
? f. caad -, aa,is ao .08*000
.,,,,1 ,o int.-.at ti.. craaba *?*
. r.-hl..n. They w. re fully aroimed.
. ... ...,..?.? Innlng. when BWb
N iBhvllta'a thlrd-baaeman. felled
Hogglnawtth tb.- ball baooaaa Of
? whtah h,- dld BBt approve of.
. , w aa praclptuo i.
HOW IT PAME ABOUT.
. , mm way abaad af tMaarvbaa,
..... of vlctory for the Ten
,.r,. very aim. Watta araaoa
.?," u.rte occupied ftrat. The tatter
?taal a.-oiid. and Bweeuey. Naab.
i.i ...r, tbraw tbe ball ta Lynch
l tn... Oit. Thia gav* JWBaa
, , M |*| Of Whtab b* av.Alled hlin
. | KB Lyneb raturaed the ball
... v wiih a vl.w to putting Jahe
:t. Ht.'ie third. Sweeney thnw
.. : , eatch ttart*. arT-i eaaae very
.... ing eo Uaapire Hoggim bad run
. Sltrd baaa to aee the aAay. aad
,.,re,. aaf*. Thia lacatnaM Myera.
..inout wariui.g be ihrew JhabaH
.^._t fmce al htaaaavas. The i.ard
imaill- landed on the uinplre* etaa JUSl
. . . khtaeya, and be draapeB aa
. be bad baaa *hot n- My'thera.
incoiMiMaa. and aaaarently iifeiea*.
leveral county puMcobbob niahed out
?nd placed Myerg under arr.at. and were
,n the Bd Of carrylng him from the n>ld
-,,<? aome one oii'the bleai heriea aet
,ry. 'M?b hlm'" ln a momen
..'. mea m aii aarta of the ground bad
? . their f.et. and with one a.'c.rd
raabed oa Ihe dlamond. and aa
hundrade of hoarse tlaraatt eebaed oaa
cn Of "Mob hlm." they clo-ed In on UM
?man, nnd aavaral braway tista be
gan r.dniiiK Btoarg on Myrs'a head. He
inpletely cow.-d. and sought pr<>
. behtad the ottic rs. but ln valn.
?tata af aMataa laatad ?-ut a feat
Bta. About half a BttOBg clly BB*
i. .men. who w re on tbe grounda, took
? hand ii the proce. dim.-, and by BBBlS
ih. r club. freeU Brure ti..- frauxted b*w
w-r. bent on wreaking veiig-anc
i n Myera away from hlm.
HARD TO OET HIM <>PT.
The enraged cranka eloaed ln ngaln.
boaMvOr, ar.d the pollce In a. v.ral ln
it.mces racatvad btaiara lateaded for their
prteoner. Mycra was llnally ajottaa btta
the atreei. and the Kate was tacbed imm>
dlately. and thr<-c poln.inen kept the
erowd within. Avhile thrae othera racortod
tbe obatniparaua ptayer avar to Masta*
trafa Eewls's hoiise, where he was
rharged with fetoataua aaaaull upoa Mr.
Hogglna, AVith Intent lo K111. Mr. Ptto
H-irdeat went hia ball in Ihe sum of
v ... and he wili i.pp.ar before .luatl. e
LewB at the. county court-house thla
. um was qiaite badly burt, and wa*
. to oontlnu* ln the gnm>. He was
\.i to the playe-a" bonae, and
UrdB taken ln hl* room. at Even
grheea bO waa soon made comfort
The game waa rontlnued. wlth Tanne
hlll bi tnaptra, but nt the conclusion ef
erentb innlng h? eempited with tbe
U ma le fr.m _ >ut tWB third* of
tatora ai'd called It.
THER1 avere feav featfhes.
Th're Avere but few f.atures of the
worthy of mentlon. The Raeh
,., nd riciori efBa *ai l" POater'g graal
ik Twi.e .Ild he put the ball
? ?.. 11 f< nce, und aa a result he
? in hIx runa. Clevc la accredlteil
?eere wlth a "homer" al>o, but
BBB't d-serve It. Ho batted the
g_| into lefl tlel'l. and lt gllded
over ihe groead, strtick a rock or g rough
. t..iiii.l. and boundtd over the
i nothlng more to tell of the
N-.th.r Oillen nor llahn pttched
? . ,i,i,-s. and both were freely
A.H. R. H. O. A. K.
Bradley, r. f.5 o o l o o
f.I 12 10 0
? .3 12 0 0 0
ii .-??. i. a.t o i 3 n i
M .. wai Ib .2 3 112 0
W< II .2 3 0 8 0 0
, .2 2 2 3 0 1
Bi.3 10 4 3 0
1 .4 0 10 5 0
Total? .29 11 9 21 13 2
A.H. H. H. O. A. K.
i. f, aad c. f.4 l 3 3 o l
f BBd 3b.4 0 13 0 0
M.rr lh.3 0 2 0 0 1
- - .3 0 112 0
.2 110 10
ng*, 1 f.3 113 0 0
.4 0 13 2 0
.2 0 1 2 0 0
liid.n, p.1 10 0 3 0
Toi.il. .20 4 lt 21 8 2
?CORl BI 1NNTNOS.
_ 1 2 3 4 5 0 7_
".'".77.02 5 02 0 2-11
lla .1 300000?4
iry; [Paraod r ina?Rlchmond, 2;
Home IIIBB FlMlBf (2?,
i'i baaa on errora? Rlchmond,
j, batB 08 Oillen. 4; off Hahn.
1 i ??? ii baaa -Rlchnoad, I; Naah
I Btrack out-lly Oill.n. 3; by
i Double ptaya DmIb ta Welto,
ri to Berta to AVeii*. stolen
?;i ivea, VV.Ila <2), Herte (2). Pleve.
i ' IMI Q-taBj, 1 Tlme of game-1
B mlnutea. FMplioe Mr Ilog
? i Mr. TaaaehOI.
HON'T I.OSK VOIK TKMI'Elt.
ratraaa Miuulil Keep t'ool If Playera
P>> lleiiame Kaelled.
Hyera, by ht? hot-headed and cowardly
*' *v upon Fmplro Hogxln*. brought
OViwn upon hlm the wrath <?f every one
-;.Mtator* praaint at yesterday's
? u. i ?h.ul<l not be permltt. d <v.t
ball again. if charge* BTa 1 i''
gBtBM hnn Be the Nati.nal
U can 1^ dlsbarr.r). and It ls
that Preeldeat Ntob Young
- a- tion waa reprehensible ln
- i.i--. U*-ir waa BB OaOBUao for the
rly coiidiiet of the apectator* whlch
The man hai commllted an
^i 'nat the peace and dlgnlty of
I'.inoiiwealtb. and he wa* In th.
of aworn offlcer*. Enthualaam at
<ame ia all very well, but when
t laueea a crowd of men to Indulge ln
rtotoui ondii't. 'twere bettar lhat the
Myera Vw rvaad th* eondemnatlon of
A^han he atru-k Hoggln* h* dld
more lhan hundred* of piayera
"av* bt-ii urged rtpeatedly to do In
tbu clty by the very people wbo at
lacbed him yeau-rday. Thero are thoae
who atten l the riimu bOTe who, whenever
*n umidr. haa any worde wlth a playar,
_?? on t. the player tp "hlt hlm."
Kuch reii.rw. are calculated to indte
riou. ami >tl W_CB they da Iba very
people who make them are loudeat In
Jahe Wella haa recelved telegrame from
the management of the Phlladi Iphia and
Baltlmore teama, who are to make a tour
of the South after tho Temple-Ctip aerlea
are played. arklng for dater herV aft*r
october 8th. Thelr propoaltion ta to have
the Illueblrda play one gi.me wlth Balt.
more and onr wlth PhllndrIphla. Captaln
Wella aald yeetertlay that he could not
hold hia team together fo long, and after
lo-day'a game the Vlrglnla-League pen
nant-wlnnors wlll dlabend. It la probnhlo
that the Orlolea and Qtinkcra wlll come
here and play each other.
Mr. Henry L. Nlrkel, of No. 114 en?t
Main atreel, tender.'d a splendld auppfr
to the Rlcbmond playera laet nlght at
hi.a realdence. The table waa beautlfully
s.-t. and an elahomte menu waa provlde.l.
A most enjoyatfle evening was apent.
MTIOMI, I.F.AGI E 114,1.1,.
Ilnltlmore l,??e? n l.niue to \exv
NEW V'"KK, September 27.-A great
CTOWd Kaw tbe HaltimoreB nnd New Yorks
bn ak even on two gamea to-day. The
Bf*f Karne wns very exelting. It wns
flnnlly won.In the nlntli Inning by the
Meafct, when wlth one out, 8taff<Jrd
atngied, and scored on a tremendoim drlv-e
to the ropea by Famdi. DerlBg lha
lii-t Bv* tnahng* McMahon waa at hia
beat, only flfteea goin* to the bat, but
in the nlxth the New Yorks made four
runa on two baaea on balls, two hltn.
and a ttu*a-htahjar by Qrarea
Wlth the aoore 6 to 4. the HaltimoreB
ereaed thlnRs Ug ln the nlnth by clcan
hittlng. and then came the New Yorks'
Keefe rofii!"?<i to timplre any more be
cauee of the ki.-kiriR of the playera. Hurns ]
and Cterkeoa ofriclnted bt th.- aeeoBd
B*ro*i whlch waa eaag for ihe t'hamplom..
who hlt Meekln freeiy. Haktmtng waa
v.rs .ITxtive. BCBf*: B. II. E.
New York.000004021?7 8 2
Baltlmore .011002002-6 10 0
Batterlea: Uusle and Farrcll; McMa?
hon and Robtaaoa,
a coad game: R. H. B.
N. a v,.ik .1 00 n 1 0?2 s :<
Balttaaor* .20 2 021--" 11 2
Batterlea: Meekln and FarreB; Beaa
ming and Ctark*,
Called on account of darkm-ss.
BITTEB FOR BALTIMORB,
BALTIMORB, Ml).. Bigtemkar 27.?The
ioaa af the ftrBt game thls afternoon to
tbe Baar York* waa a bltter pill to the
thouaanda of cnthundasts who are root
in? for tht- Baltlmore club. At the Opera
House. where the game ls reproduced by
telegraah, thonsanda watched with batei
breath In the elxth inning. when the
Gothamltes Bolved McMahon's dellvery
for four runa, the well-known cry of
"Take him out" wa-s heard comlng from
all partB of the audlence. Oa the streeta
grOUg* of exclted cltlzens dlacusaed the
Kame and the prospecta of the Cham
ptona wlnnlng the thre? remalnlng games=.
The rcpnlt of the aerond conteat of the
day aoon put everybody ln a good humor,
and when the game wan called after slx
InnlBga had been played. and Baltlmore
had won, the thronga left for home In B
haapy fraaaa <>f aafakd. it ia the generai
Impresslon that the race for Ihe pennant
1 practtcalty orer, aa it i? thought thnt
Italtitnore will have llttle trouble ln wln
Blag one r.f Ihe remalnlng two game?;,
thus putting tkaaaaataaa out af cievc
Bf. LOl.'IS, MO., September 27.? To
day's game wa* one of the ba*t playe 1
hi re tliis season. The locals won on
th.lr m.-rlts. Dowd's catch of Merrltt's
Ilv altnost agalnst the centre-fleld f.-nce
WBfl made at a greater dintance from tbe
hom.-plate than had ever been seen here
before Atteadance, BBk Baar*: B.H.B.
Bt LoaM .0 02011003?7 12 2
pittaburg.001101000?3 8 2
Batterlea: Brett*aa*Mtfl and Otten;
Hawl.y and Mack.
CHICAOO, ttlS, September 27.?Chlcngo
had l"ts of fun wlth Barlag*B men to
dav. and won more easlly than dld Cin
i-lrinati the day before. Hhin.-s was
batted freeiy. und at the riKht time, while/
UM B**J eott, D. McKarland, had the
Vlaltora under his thtiint. at all tlnv-y.
Both taaaaa gal up a good iieidinp aame,
the faatare betag a flne ruantng eateh
by Burk*. Ih* a*?th*r was too eoid for
comfort, nnd Ipss than tH people joiw the
a*mr Beora: B? Bt I
t-hicago .I -i :ui2 0 ?-ll H -i
Clncinnntl .2 1 0 3 0 0 0- ? 8 1
Batterlea: McKarland and Donohue;
Bhlnea, Oray, and Vaaghan.
CaBed oa account Bf darkness.
rillLADKLI'HIA. l'A . S<'ptember 27.
Phlladelphla and Broaklyn played nlin
lnnlnits tO a tle to-lay. the ecore beln?'
14 to 14. and th.-n the game was called
on account of darkn.Fs. In tho nlnth.
when th^ vi.sitots had three men on baaea
BBd tw.. out. An.l. moa knoek.-d the ball
.,\er the rl?ht-held wall. Hoth Btabfl hli
tiealy Th.- visitors took LaoMfa mea
aure In the thlrd, but White. who suc
ceeded him, fare<i no batter. Two games
to-tnorrow. Weather clear. Attendance.
| Mk 8core: B. H E.
1'hiladelphia .. ..50 1 300 30 2-14 13 fi
Brooklyn .0 0 4 0 6 0 0 0 4-14 15 2
Hatterles: Lurld. Orady, and Buckley;
Kninedy and Grlm.
Called on account of darkness.
ALL ONE WAY.
\\ ASHJNGTON. , BtgtBtBbtr 27.-The
Boatoaa had lt all their own way with
Oilroy In the flrst Inning to-day, and he
waa r.lleved by Mularkey. who dld good
work Ntehola Intandad to pitch for Baa
ton but after he had made a hit ln the
first Inning he retircd from the game.
Baahgi the visitors' new twlrler, who
aucceeded him. ahotred up well. The
?BflM was called at the end of the seventh
inning on account of darkneas. Bcore:
R. H. E.
Washlngton .10 0 0 10 0-2 7 4
Hoston .Ul_*LS__* _! v"
Batterlea: Gllroy and McC.uIre; Banks
Called on account of darkness.
CASE OF MRS. MAYI1HICK.
Mra. Dr. IJInaroore to Intereal
Amerlcan Women ln It.
cHI''Ai;i) ILL.. September 27.-Dr.
Helen Dlnsmore. of Ixmdon. presldent of
the Internatlonal Maybrick Assoclatloa.
wlth her husband. Dr. Enrmett Dlnsmore.
U a Kuest at the home of her son, In thls
c'ltv en route to Atlanta and Bouthern
Cailfornla. where the wlnter wlll be
BtM nt. Mrs. Dlnsmore sald:
?1 am ln the I'nited Btatea for 'he y>ur
noae of Interestlng women In tfu- case
of Mra. Maybrick. My work wlll be
done throirgh the women'a clubs and
klndred organlzaUons. We want 6125.000
to be espeaded ln arouslng publlc oplnlon
1 in England to a proper appreclatlon
of thls case. We wlll hold publlc meet
! ings awl corniwl the newaiianers to re
1 cogniae ua by offering the Biory of Mra.
| Maybrick al adverllalng ratcs."
Thlnl laternntlonnl Crleket Maleh.
l'llil.AI.KI-PHIA, PA., September 27.
The thlrd and declding crleket match to
ba played ln thla clty betwetn the Ox
ford-CambrldKe team and All-PhlUdel
phia bt-gan thla mornlng on the- grounda
of the Mcrlon Crleket ClBb, at Haverford.
a Bubarh >f UUa clty. Whea play ceaaed
for the day the Englishmen had- hc-qtii.1
15*8 runa. Juat 42 nn>re than they nmd" ln
thelr flrat Inning laat weeb agalns' the
aame eleven. an boftr'a play remalnlng
after the Engllahmen had been dla
The Phlladelphlana atarted thelr ln
nlng wlth rattertioo and Beblen aa thelr
flrat baumen. an^l when atumpa w?re
,liuwn for tbe nlght. at 6 o'ciock. thla
palr were atlll defendlng the wlcket, and
had put toaatber 96 runa.
|m Yoar Brala TtreMf
lake Mor.tor*Ta AelU Pkoa?hale.
Jt BUpplKB tbe needed food tor tbe
bram and aerras aad wakca aaerlkw
Well-Attended Meetlng or tbe Hei Torl
THK PICTt RE OF A BOOBTER.
Tbnt Ia Adopted aa tbe Kmblem or
Hexlee of Or?enla?llo? AboTe
*emed?Oppoaltlon io TaaBaaanr
More Intenae Tban Ever.
NF.W YORK. September 27? The Exe
rutlve Committee ..f Ihe Stat- Democracy
held a well-attended meetlng to-nlght.
Charlea F. Falrchlld prealding.
Mr. Falrchlld'a report concernlng tho
actlon of the State Democracy delegatea
at the Syraeuse oonventl ? was utagaBMld,
It waa adopted, and approvt-d unant
aaeaady. The followlng rosolutlon was
th-ii adopted by an overwhelmlng ma?
?Wh. r BB, it l? necesnary under the
prrsent electlon-law thJt the Democratlc
camdkUtaa rar Btat* offteera may be nomi
mited by petltlon, that thelr names may
I,.. printed on th* offlcial bai:ots, under
th name and emblem of the New York
State IHtnocracy, and ln the aame column
aa the local candldates nomlnated by eald
New York Stnte I7eniocrsry:
"Resolv.-d. That the soib-committce l,e
and hereby It dir- Bted I* take the ne
cereiary inaaaarei la Boaalaata bg aartl*
fkate the cBBdMatea for State offlce* noml?
nated by the Demoerati.- State Conven?
tlon at Syracuse. and CBttBB anld certi
flcates to be flled, aa requlred by law.
"ItBBOlTtd. That Bgoa all certlflcatea of
nominnlion of th- N<v York State Demo?
cracy there be prlnted th plcture of a
roostcr. ,which is hereby adopted as the
emblem or devlc* of aald New York State
DarlBg Ihe nv-'tlng it b.came appirent
that the oppoidtlon to Tammany on the
part of th- New York State Democracy
had beeonie more Intenae than ever. be
cautte of the r- cent flght. ln the Kyracuae
conventlon, and the subsequent bolt of
the latter'a delegatlon.
TO STOP FIT7.-CORBETT FIOIIT.
Speelnl Heaalon of Tevaa Lealalatare
liilli'd bf the IJnvrrnor.
AI'STIN. Tex., September 2i.?At mld
nlght taet night Governor Culberson is
BB*d a proclamatlon for a se?slon of Ihe
I.eglslature to pasa a law prohlbitlng
prize-flghts. The sesalon la to be con
vened ln the clty of Austln, beginning at
noon, Tuesilay. October 1. 1W5, for the
"1. To denounce prlaf-nghtiri'?' and kln
dred practices In clear and unamblgu
ous terma, and prohibit the aame by ap
proprlnte palns and penaltles. anl puttlng
the law Into immedlate operatlon, and
maklng the necessary provlslon for Ita
enforcement. so that the propoaed exhl
bition of thal ehiracter wlthin this Sta'.e
may be prevcnled, the undoubted wlll
of?the people upon the cubject respected.
and thls affront to the moral sense and
progress of Texaa averted."
"2. To conslder and act upon sueh other
matters as may be presented, pursnant
to aectlon 40, artlcle 3, of the Constitu
THE POPCLAR TOPIC.
AI'STIN, TEX.. September 27.-The pro
'lamat'on laaued by tlovernor Cu-beraon
latt- last nlght. convenlng a speclal ses
sion of the Laghgatore n-xt Taeeday to
naas nnother law agaltiRt prlze-itghtlng,
araa tb.- paatttar toate lo-dag. it was
sald that th.- I'opullats and other oppo
nenta of the Governor may defeat hia
plan by enactlng a law to go Into effect
in nlnety days.
Itepresentalive Ward snld that the
Lagkdatnre nndoubtedly aroaMJ p.'i?* ? tatt
to go Into effect tauaedlatety, and that
lt' would make BtlBB flghttBg a felony.
He thlnks the law wlll l>e pa.^sed wlthin
a week after the LngMlalMIB meets.
NEW OHDEANS. I.A.. September 27
Fitz?dmmons and party Mft here to-night
f,,r Texas. Fitz. wli! not accept I-kiuIs
Ho.is.-man, c.f ChlOBgO, as referee. He is
in BBB conditlon, and bellevea Brady ?
wrltir.g to Governor Culberson so that
th- Qghl wlll be Interrupt.-d.
Fltz box.d wlth Ito.b.-r to-day at the
Youn? Men'fl Oyaaagatta Clag. He acore.i
Lawgar Fri>nd. and asscrts that his ar
fairs BTB now Ir, the hands of Howe &
Hummell. If Corbett backs out he wlll
light Mahcr. or any other man ln the
TIRF ?faWTS XOTABLE.
Two Attachea of llnltlmore Trnck
fut l?y n \enro.
BALTIMOBE. MD., September 27.
Wllllam Beamer, of Phlladelphla, and
John Ko^ter. of Evansville, Ind.. w. re
waylald and attacked last night by
Oaorg* Johnson (colored) near the Gen
Ueaaea'a Drlrtag l'ark, ptmiieo. it.amer
may dle from his wound?a cut ln the
left slde over .the lung. Koster was
alaahlfl ln the abdomen, but wlll proba
fUauaer ls a son of John Reamer, who
has everal horses tntered at the races
now ln pragraaa at the Gentlemen'a
traett, and arho tatploy* Koster as traln
er Kostcr had B08B* words wlth the
ne^ro. who ls employed as a rubber. and
the negro th.n threateneil to "do" the
tralner. As Reamer and Koster were
teavtac the track last nlght the colored
m.n yomped from behind a tree and
phiaged a knlfe Into Koster's stomach.
As he sank down Reamer sprang to hia
Baakrtaaea, The negro made a vlcloua
hingt at Reamer, the knlfe luflictlng a
terrlble wound near the heart.
The negro was arrested at mldnlght.
BALTIMORE, MD.. September 27.?The
last regular day of the fall meetlng ai
tracted a good-slzed, crowd at the Oen
tlemen's Drlvlng Park thi? afternoon.
Bylteater K. was well llked^6or the un
flnlshed 2:17 trot. but. after taklng the
fourth heat, the f fflBlldai horse went to
pleces, and Orange Chlef caplured the
tlrst prtze handlty.
Ira waa backed by the talent for the
2:30 trot. Purser was ln flne mettlo, and
won ln stralght heata.
Sllver IH'll and Manola carrled the
greater part of the money for the 2:35
trot, but Hentael sent his gray mare
around the clrcult In the van. and won
wlth ease ln stralght heata.
After Harry B. had won two heata of
the 2:24 pace darkneas cauaed a post
ponenunt untll to-morrow. The 2:J>
etaaa. whlch was to have been paced to
morrow, was declared off. In ita place
a mutch racc between Soberte and Raven
wa-* itrranged for to-morrow. whlch. wlth
tbe untinlshrd heat of to-day, and the
2:11 trot. wlll cloae the meetlng.
2:17 claea. trottlng, purae 65O0; (poatponed
Thursday after the thlrd heat)-Orana;e
Chlef b ?., by Orange Bloaeom (Oreen
wayl.'k L Ul: BylveBter K.. 1. 7. 7, 1, 7;
Iterte Fheldon, 7, 1 2. 5. 2. Boudan. Oreen
fleld Belle Truxton, Bcranton Belle. Time.
J 16 1-2. 2:l86-i 2:163-4, 2:171-2. l:Ul-t
2-30 claia, trottlag. purae 6606?Puraer.
h ?. by Stranger (Moreflekl), I. X U A.
G B 4 2. 2; Red Leo. 2. 6. 6. Bhartff
Hartiett. Grateful, tra H.. Da*bwood.
Claymore. Jr.. Ktng Bryno, Iakp Aabby.
Time. 2-7M. tMl-l t:?
2J? claea trottlng. purae 680k dtvbted
vannle ?t. m.. by (mtich (Hertt*chet).
Il 1; Blg Torh. 2, 3, 2; C^eaterlefgh. k
i. 3* Wlllla Manola, Ooveroor Brownlow.
Time, IJ71-*. 2*^ *^1-1
t M ctaflB paolBg, purae Bav (aaaaiaked>
Harry B., cb. a- by Blgln Boy (Colllna),
L 1; Dalay B.. t f: Venl. 10. I. Hlgh
Noon. Redblrd, Nlna Noblee, Jewell.
Woodnut. Corbett, Llttle Prita. Havelock.
Jr.. Oakley B.. Prince Orange. Tlme,
END AT BRIOHTON.
BRIOHTON REACH. September 27?
The fall meetlng of the Rrlghton Beach
Kacing A**oclat:on ?nded ttxlay. The
weather was dellghtful, the air betoig
elear and braclng. but the attendance at
the track wa* small.
The card wuu cut to pleces by wholesal*
wlthdrawals. Tom Cromwell. a l-to-2
favorlte. In the ?econd race. won ln a
gallop, hnt waa dlaouallfted. 81mm* waa
?in tbe outalde a* they ?wung Into the
home atre.tch. and he had ample room.
He gaw Volley a-oming up on the rall.
and dellberately pulled Tom Promw.dl
acro-s. ahuttlng hlm out. He waa flned
$50 and ra-primanded by the stewards for
Flrat race?#VB furlong*?Klng Mkhael
fMB, Doggetl. even) won, Navahoe,!>econd.
BowtlBg Oreen third. T.me, poo.
Second race?six furlonga?Tom Crom?
well (11.*. Slmma. 1 to 2l won. Volley ae?
cond. Arttata thlr-l. Tlme. 1:15 1-2.
Third race?one mlle?-Allan E. (100.
piffv. 10 to 1) won. Nieollna aecond. Ap
prentlce third. Tlme, P43.
Fourth rucc?one mlb?IVpper QM,
Chorn. 1 to 2) won. Charade aecond, Llttle
Tom third. Tlme, 1:43 1-2.
Flfth race?flve furlongs-Captiv* (112.
7 to 10) won, Baeottaaal second, imperiat
third Tlme. 101 1-t
Slxth race? one mlle and a alxteenth?
The fiwaln 1*7, Hlrach. 100 to 1? won,
McKee aecond. Laru* third. Time, P19 1 2.
OAKLEY HAPE-TRACK. O., Septem?
ber 27.-C. Sloan, a recently relnatated
Jockey waa lUtad off for a queer rlde on
the odda-on favorlte Soiiffle In the third
race The fllly wa* only beaten a ahort
bead by Faalg. but the Judge* were nf
Ihe c-ilnlon that the boy dld not try and
all 1>-a w<re decl.red off. Favontes won
three of ihe f"i:r race* that w.r- dectded,
and Amle Oo.dwyn, a fltronj. seeond
ailck. won the la*t race. Th- attendance
waa good. and the betting waa splrlte.1,
wlth twenty-four booka. Track alow.
Flrat race-five furlongs-Hanlon. (102,
Thori>e, 13 to I) won, Ida C. aecond, Sir
Marlue third Tlme. 1:04 3-1.
Second race?six and a half furlorrg*?
Rampart (90, R. I*oiB. 2 to 1) wr.n. Rod
giip aecond, Prytonla third. Time. 1:24.
Third race-five nnd a half furlonga?
Faalg fMB, J. HIB 8 to 1) won, Souffle ae?
cond. Ijindseer third. Tlme, Pol :i-l
Fourth race?one mlle and seventy
yarda-Praniah (106. Thorpe. 9 to 2) w..n,
.Modocn? second. Ixigan third. Tlme.
V; 18 1-2.
Flfth race?*lx and a half furlonga?
AmleGoodAvyn 08, W. Jonee, 1 to 1) won,
Ondague aecond, I'ncle Henry third. Time,
AE1X. THE GHEAT.
SPRINOFIELD. ILL.. September 27?
Alix, the ereat. made a game effort to
beat ber reeord <>f 2:013-4 at the State
Fair-Orotin \i track thla evenlng. She
got off well at 3:30. and tln- ilrst three
oiiarters Avere made In a 2:(,>i galt, but
ecmna into tne atretch ahe wenc lame,
and the best that ahe could do waa
2:113-4. ofhetal Pme. Over 20,0i?) people
wltncssed the atempt.
YAJTMMB V/.CHT W1BS,
The Kllieln > un flefi-nln Hrlliiln'a
sprine IV.?V Proteat.
CBNTHB I.0EAND, L. I., September 27.
The fourth race of the Seawanhaka Plut.'a
Internatlonal challenge-cup serlea for
small-ratera was aalletl to-day in a
tumbly aea In the open aourul. wlth a
rattling northw.at wlnd of flfteen knots
FtrenKth, and resulted In n hand-ome
vlctory for the Amerlcan defe-nder Ethel
wynn by 1 uilnute nnd 10 aeconda, ofilclal
tiine, at the end of the twelve-mlle tri
The crew of the A'ankee yacht to-dav
mnal*P?.1 '?. the rai*1n. who ateered,
and hls brother. who tetided the aalla.
The . omniander <>f ihe BpruCB entered
protcst for aome technical vlolatlon of the
rulca of yacht ing.
aih. MAAB*B BBBtBBATBBBt
II la ln Prealdeiit *|ieneer'a Hnii.la,
Bal May Be AVIHinrawa.
NEAV YORK, Beptaaaber 27.-Mr. Solo
mnn llass. who la aaalatant to Pre*ld<nt
BBaaaar of the Southern raltway. an
nounced to-day that hia reslgnatton had
Baaa placed ln the hands of Presld.nt
Si.eiicer. to nwalt the lattera actlon. P
appeara that Mr. AV. AV. Flnlay. who
_n_B commiaaioner of the Southern State*
I'aasenger Aaaoclation, was ehcted third
vice-prenldent of the Hajutheni railwiy
aml asalgned to take charge of the traltlc
aervlce of that road.
| The rtalgnatton has not been acted
I upon aa yet, and an amicable settlement
; may be made, which wili m-an the con
tlnuance of Mr. Haas In offlce.
FIIKMH COLOMAL AK41Y.
M. Rlbnt to tbe lludaet Coimiilttee
on the Snhject.
PARIS, September 27.?I'remler Klbot
addreaaed the- Hudget Commlltee to-day
on the subject of the proposal of M.
CavalgBaM relative to the ostablishment
of a colonlal army. He aaid that pro
rteitiBB for the formation of auch an arruy
could not bc Included ln the present bud
get. The government avus conslderlng the
niatt. r, and would make a ataU-ment at
1 the next a. ?slon.
Oeneral Zurilnden, Mlnlater of AVar, OB
posed M. Cavalgnac'a acheme for a re
' duction of the Nlneteenth Army Corpa.
He *ald that the Supreme Councll of
! AA'ar concurre-i in hls opIBtaB,
i I'remler Hibot decJared that if thi Bud
I get CcansUttee epproved M C rabrnae'a
| propoaals, lt mlght be advlsable to aak
j the Phamber ... DepUtl lo Ba ?U UM
? commlttee'.a declsloii.
After the MBuatera had dep.irt.d the
commlttee decldcl to rc-duce the forces
of Zouaves and Algerian tlrallleurs by
;:,i??) m,n each. Il la aald M. Pavaignac
Intenda to propose that the Infantry and
navy colonlal troopa be merged Into a
colonlal army, whlch shall be tncreaaed
by MASB troops, and utiiized ln Muda
gascar and the Soudan.
( ul.an Camp Captared.
MADRID. September 27,-The Impar
elal'* dispatch from Htbana aaya: "tol
onel Cannellas, wltb 2u0 mtn, made an at
tack on AVednesday upon a camp at
HayamuB, held by LOB rebels, under the
Insurgent leader. Gil Perqulto. After an
! hour'a nghtlng the Spanlarda carrled the
I camp. and the r-:bela fled, leavlng many
horaes and a quantlur of arma and
provl*lona. They alao Teft flve of their
number dead on the fleld. The Spanlarda
had Aur men wounded."
t utile aad Huk Qaaraatlae.
RERLIN. September 27.?The Relchxan
gelger publiahe* a decree setting forth
th*t, after October l?t. no catile or hog*
ahali be tmporled Into Germany from
any country wlthout belng quarantined.
The length of tlme preecribed for the
iiuarantlning of anlmila from Denmark
? nd Norway 1* ten daya, but tha tlme
for quarantlnlng anlmala from all other
countri''*' not wholly axcluded from ex
portlng to Oermany wlll be four weexa.
Advaaee la Coke Wn?ea.
prrrSBCRO. PA.. September 27.-The
prlce of furnace coke baa advanced. to
take effect October lat, to fl Ot) per ton.
and tbe H. C. Frick Coke Company and
other comoanle* In whlch they are ln
t*r?*ted. or wbtch they control. have
ported notlce* glvtag their Men an id
vance of a per crat. ln their w.igea. to
take eff?ct October lat.
Thla wlll apply lo about ll.OoO mra. to
lar aa tbe Frick companlee are coneerned.
Should the advance ba gaeeral thraugb
out the reghn. ?btab ta Ukely. it wdl
apply to oeveral theaaaad Btore aaca.
T1LLMAN FOR SAMBO.
LtTdiest Sessioo of the SottH Carolina
CoDfeotloi Yet Held.
OFFICE-HOLDIJG BY JIEflROKS.
A Propoaliloai to Make Baeb a Thlnar
Impoaallile 1'omliatfd by the Pnl
metto Beaator, Who Carrlea- HI*
COLf'MBIA, S. C, September 27?In'
the constltutlonal conventlon the Com?
mittee on Corporatlons reported an artl?
cle covering that subjeet ln nineteen sec
tlona, moat of whlch are wholly novel
in the organic law of thls State, the old
Constltution havlng touched very lightly
upon the regulatlon of corporatlons.
The flrst aectlon detines corp. atlons
to be all assoclatlons and Jolnt-stock
companies oavlng powe.n and pr**h****l
posacased by lndlviduals or | artnerahlps,
and excludes munldpal ooriwrailone.
Successive sectlons shov the followlng
provlslons of general Intereat:
No rallroad, exprest*. telegraph, or tele?
phone company ls alluwcl to make con
tracta rellevlng lt from Ita common-law
No charter shall ha granted bg Jclal
law, except to Institutlous und i the
control of-the State, but the L*f -ture
Is laajadrad to provide for thelr on,anlxa
ii.ii under general law?, and all eharters
are to be subject to n-peul.
Every corporatlon doing buslness In the
State shall malntaln ut l.-aat one publlc
BBB*e in it for the transaetlon of busi
B*aBi an exhlblt of the holdlnga of stock.
All dlscrimlnatlons ln chargea or faclll
ttaa lor Uansportatlon, and all charges
of hlgher rates for shorter than longer
distances are prohlblted.
Any rallroad may connect wlth, cross,
or inttrsevt any other rallroad. No rall?
road or tranaportatlou eompany shall
control or consolldate with pirallel or
competlng llnee, and Jurtes are to declde
whether llnes are parallel or competlng.
The I.eu'l9la;are Ib forbldden to grant
any forelgn assoclatlon cr .orporatlon a
lloense to bulld, operate, or lease rallroad
llnes in South Carolina. But in case af
lnterstate llnes, the ownera must l>e in
enrgBtated under the State laws. No
general or rpecial law shall be passed
for the benetlt of any forelgn corporatlon
OperatlBg a rallroad ln the Stat. .
The I.eglslature ls forbldden to grar.t
any charter for banklng purposes. but
torpotations or assoclatlons for sueh pur
Baaaa may BB formed under general laws.
i Stockwatering I* e*pressly prohlblted.
The Lcglslature u requlred to provide
| fcr the el-ctlon of offlcers of corporatlons*
by tho cumulatlve plan.
t'orporatlons shall engage In no husl
I" .-.-. except that specitlcally authorlz. d
by thelr eharters. The Legislature l?
rorjuired to BBSB laws agalust all trusts.
combinatlons, i.ontraets, and agreements
lalaaleal to the public traUhnt, and lo
pre\ent Bhaata, unjust dlscrtmlnations",
and extortions. and shall provide for thn
Bapattbaoa and regulatlon of sufh com?
panies by COatfltkBBOaa or otherwlse.
A rallroad commlsslon Is establlshed, Its
lutlag to be ragatatad bg law, the exist
Ing commisslon to "ontlnue In possession
of all prcsent pow. ra untll otherwlse pro
vld.-l by iegislatloti.
Kv-ry einploy...- of,a corpora'lon doing
bustneSB ln the State shall have the
came rights and iemedles for any injury
suiTered by him from the act or omlssion
of eueh corporatlon or its employees aa
are .illowed to other persons not em
p'oyees. All wnlvera of thls aectlon shall
be null and vold
All eharters under which urganlzatlon
ln good falth shall not *ake plaue and
bu?ln-ss lie comm-n.ed wlthin a year
from the .tdoptlon of the CaaatltBtltB
sh ill I. ? th.-p-after vold.
Btrtageai pmvlsdor.B are made agnlnst
any lagtetatta* modiflcatlon of these pro?
The renort of the Pommitte* on Munirl
palltl-s 1-ft lt optional wlth the I^-giala
ture to Ueease Baiku aelllng prohlbtt it,
or continue the dlap-naary syatem.
A BaOttofl w.is made to am.-nd by pro
hlbltlng the grantin*; of llc-mses for the
Bale Of llquor. There was a long BebBtO
up m thi.-, the Pons-rvatlve members and
aome RofUlMerg d.clarlng that Ihere tvaa
a general und-rstaiidlng In the camrwlgn
tha* thia o.uestlon should be left open.
At laat, Tillman aald that he had
plldged hims-lf to laaaa tt open, and
while be dld not want to ever aee a a-i
loon In South Carollna again. tha dys
penaary mlght have to be abandoned for
th- O-thenberg systetn. aa it would l)e
unwlre to problblt all llcetiainir. < >n hl.s
motlon, the debate waa adjourned until
to-morrow to enabie hlmaelf and othera
to arepare an amendmeut whlch would
gteet the dlfflculty.
Aft.-r other work of no general Interest,
a reeeea was tabea untn ivantaa
T1ELMAN FOR SAMHO.
The night sesslon waa the atormleat one
v.t held. Polonel Robert Aldrich offered
an amendment whlch deuied to the negro
the -ight to hold any offlce ln the State.
and for an hour and a half argued from
declslons of the Supreme Court and from
the Pongreasional Records containlng the
atorv of the passage of the fourteenth
and llfteenth amendments. that the rlght
had never been given the negro to hold
offlce bv the Pnltcd States Constitutlon
He seemed to Impress many delegates
to auch an extent that Senator Tillman
turned on him with both feet, ami a
stormy hour or more foliowed. Tillman
waa never more vehement ln all hlaj llfe.
He beM them that If they did not klll
th.- matter then and there they would
mike the greateat mlstake of their
llvea; they would be rulned.
Tlllmans Influence controlled the *ltu
allon. and deeplte perslatent efforts to
adJoura Ahe convention laid Colonel
Aldrlch's schem.- on the table by a vote
Of 102 to 15. .'; _
Puiirt-Hiiy ? Polltleal ? Tbe ( oniina
AMEIJA-COPRTHOISE. VA.. Septem?
ber 27.? (Speclal.)? Yesterday was our reg?
ular County Court, Judge Farrar preald
n.g. There waa but llttle bualnesa, and
the crowd ln attendance waa small.
There waa no publlc speaklng, although
Dr. 8outhall and Mr. Lancaater. the can
dldatea for tbe Benate. were on the
ground. It ln now conceded that Oeneral
Hundley wlll be the candidate for the
L-gislature wlthout oppoaltion ln his own
party. He wlll make an actlve canvaaa
when the ball opens. The General la a
BBht, lnclalve speak?r. Hls frlends eount
on hls election.
On tbe 22d of October there wlll be a
grand Confederate reunion at Amelia
Courthou?e. A free dlnner wlll be pro
vlded. and all are Invlted to attend. Prorn
inent apeaker* wlll b* on hand to enter
taln the large crowd expected.
Delesate* ta tbe 0*M?--Bex*de Cwa
NEW KENT COFRTHOlTIE, VA, Sep?
tember 27.-<8pecHl.)-After the laat *ea
alon of the Clreult Court. Judge B. T.
Ounter.-preaMlng. the peopl* of the ?wn
tr cinw together ln a meettna to *l*ct
dfrleaat** t* ??*-d *?? Oood-Roada Con
yentlon. whlch wlll be held ln Rlchmond.
on October 10th. .__.__ _ ,
Mr L. V. Barnea' wa* ilected cbelr
man." aad Dr. L. A. Blater. Jr.. Becretary,
of tbe meotlBg. _
Attw much abwraralon tt waa decldad
that t*e Board of .vttpenrieora of Uta aauB
ty ahould be* eent aa dele?atee-vla.: J. B.
Valden, A. P. Rlchanlaon. Hooert Apper
?on. Jr.. and R. T. Bouthall. Mr. L F.
Ilaines waa alao elected a delegate. Al
ternatee were eMcted aa followa: J. N.
Harrl*. Philip RlebardBon, W. W. Jonet.
Jr.. O. W. Crump. and R. T. Lacy.
It waa ordered tbat b copy of the pro
ciedfnga of tht meetlng be ?*nt to the
Rlchmond Diapatch and Weat P?lnt Vlr
glnlan, to be publlehed.
TBe Asanalt llposi Bra. Wkeeler?
Ba Cln* to tbe Perpetrwtor.
HEATHSVILLE, VA.. Beptember 27.
iSpeclal.)?The authorltles have ao far
been unable to flnd the man who attempt
ed to murder and rob old Mra. Wheeler
on last Saturday nlght, and hia Identlty
?eem to be a complcte myatery. The ne?
gro who was at flrat suspected waa able
to clear hlmself completely, and there
seema to be no further clue in the mat?
ter. The negro waa only suspected be
cause he had some previous trouble wlth
tbe old lady about his dog, and his arrest
amounted to notliing. It Is very wonder
ful that the old lady escaped death. as
she Is 64 y-ars old, and the club wlth
whi.-h she was atruck was about 2 Inches
tn dtameter and about 5 feet long. She
seema to be gettlng along all rlght, and
wlll, in all probabllity, soon recover en
tlrely. The authorltiea are ualng all dlll
g-nce and our people wlsh very much to
see the perpetrator of the cowardly deed
ladged ln the Jall.
Trout are bitlng very nlcely In the Po
tomac rlver Just now, and flshlng partles
go out almost every day. Some of them
report excellent sport. One man Is re
ported as bavlng made a catch of 110 by
himself In one day's flshlng.
'Ihe weather haa 1 een cxce lingly favor
able for the savlng of fodder ln our aec?
tlon, but our farmers are wtshlng for a
raln now above everythlng else.
.Innea, of Arkanian, Awnlnst ltunlner
LITTLE ROCK. September 27,-l'nlted
States Benator Jonea spoke to-.lay at
Kldorado, l'nlon county. A blg free
sllver barbecue Was prepared, and the
Senator met ln Jolnt debate Congresaman
Moatner, of Loulslana, and "Cyclone"
Davis, of Texas.
DarlB l? the apostle of the People'a
party. and he made a very moderato
speech for a member of that party.
Senator Jones and Mr. lioatner were
Sheehan I.emler of Tiiininnn?.
NKW YORK, September 27.-Ex-Pollce
Commlssioner John C. Sheohan was to
night made chairman of the Flnance
Committee of Tammany Hall. Thls poal?
tlon was held a number of years by Rlch
ard Croker. and the sWectlon of Mr. Sh>???
han for the place ls looked upon by many
Of the dletrbll leadera as the elevatlon of
Mr. Sheehan to the leadership of Tam?
Ilellef for Ihe Arnieuiniia.
NEW YORK. September 27.-Mr. Wil
llam Wlllard Howard. wno lately ruturn
ed from ArrneniH, wlll sall to-morrow on
the steamer Campanla, for Europe.
Mr. Howard goes ns the commlssloner
of tho Chrlsttan Herald, of New York. to
dlstribute a funil ralsed by that paper
for the rellef of the sufTering Armenlane
of the flve prbvlncea of that country.
whlch were the seen 9 of the late mas
sacre and outragcs, and nearly 2UO,i?)0 of
whose people are destltute.
Deep Wnter for Molille.
MOBII.E, AUL, S.ptember 27.?The
dredtflng for a ahlp-channel 23 feet deep.
2X0 feet wide. and U mllea long, hegBB in
IK92, and coatlpg BJ^BMBk was eoBapleted
to-day. Th<- channel extends from Moblla
clty to detp water ln lower Moblla bay.
The work was done by the XatlotVtl
Dredglng Company, under contract with
the gov> rtun nt. Ships drawlng more than
twenty-four feet go through the channel
\rgro t'olonlata Hetiini.
MOBJLS, AI.A . S.ptember 27?A train
prisaed through Mobile from Kagle PaBB,
Ta*-, to-day, orltiglng l? negroes ba.-k
home to dtahBBaa and Georgla. Th s>- ar.
th-? nllcs of the dlsastrous atu-mpt to
colonlze BOuthern Mexlco wlth Amenran
negroes. As It was reported that small
pox was breaklng out among them, they
were not permltted to leave the train
her*. though the train stopped one hour
and a half.
strlLe of 'l,iiB?t?hiirf?fn.
ALI'EN'A. MICH.. September 27-The
Alp.na 'longshor.nien and dockmen struck
to-day for 40 cents and *> cents P<?r
kaag. laaaaiillttlir v*ga**aMai were win
Ing to pay the demand, but lumber-shlp
pers refused to pay the scale to the
dockmen. Work at the docks Is at a
standatlll. and trouble la foared lf non
union men are put to work.
Honthern Kappa Alpha.
ATLANTA. OA., September 27.-The
Bouthera Kappa Atoha frateraJtg ad
Journed to-day. It elected the followlng
offlcers: Knlght-Commander. S. L. Am
men. Baltlmore; Grand Hlstorlan, T. T.
Hubbard. Norfolk; Grand Purser, A. Iwn-,
Our place of buslness wlll be elosed
to-day on account of holiday tlll 6 P.
BJ In case you are ln need of a aull
of' clothes, we offer speclak reduced
prlces from 6 P. M. tlll 12 P. M.
Our 610 and 612 Garments wlll go at
Our 615 and 118 Bults at 11250. Any
other garmenta reduced accordlngly.
829 east Hroad atreet.
Our store wlll close Saturday. Reopen
at C P. M. Jl'UFS BYCLB * SoNS.
The Tower, Second and Broad.
?.rnchiiurv Aarlcnllnral Fair.
I,> nrhbsrg, Va.,
OCTOBBB 1ST TO 4TH.
Round-trlp ratea via Peteraburg aml
the Norfolk and Weatern Ballroid, MM,
lncludlng one admisalon to the fair. Tick
ets on sale September 29th to October id,
Ineluslve. good to return untll October
This ls the most dlrect llne, and the
onlv llne havlng double dally aervlce.
Tralna leave Byrd-Street Statlon dally
at ? A. M. and 11:40 P. M. Pullman
sleepers on nlght tralne. For full Infor
matlon apply at the companv's offlce.SM
eaat Main street.
R. W. COl'RTNEY,
Dlatrlct Paaaenger Agent.
Our store will close Saturday. Reo^n
at6P. M. Jl'LlCB SYCLE A BONB.
The Tower, Second and Broad.
THE SOITHBR* HAILWAY
For tbe Cettoa-Btetea aag lateraa
tlonal Expwsltloa, Atlanta, Ua.
Tbe Oaly Llae Eaterln* tke Expoal
Round trlp tlck^u will be aold from
Rlcbmond as followa:
Dally, untll December 16. M86, Inclualvr,
wlth fin?l llrult January 7. 1*M. 6Z1.25.
Dally. untll December 16, is'A inciustvc.
wlth flnal Umlt twenty (2D> days from dVe
of sale, 617.06. >__ ....
On Tuesdays and Thursdaya of each
week, untll December 24. 106, Inclualve,
wltb flnal Umlt ten (W) daya from date of
Correspcndlngly low ratea from ali otber
sta'ions. For addltlonal Infonnatlon and
for sleevlnf-car reaervatlOM apply ta tlck?
et aaenta or ut paaetnier offlce. 666 ea*t
Main strvt. a C. WH1TEHEAD,
Clty Paaaenger Agent.
Tba Cohen Compaay'a etore wlll be
cloaed to-day. . .. ; ._
OM paatra faa aata al (ha lAagatt*
AlulMr of Otiw Persoss Mj Us
PA88EAIOER TRAIX "BIDB^WIPED.*
The Uilli-a' 4 oaeh lpe*l-The BteeuBM
ripe Baeala aad Paan Ita HeO
l.iqudl aa the Paaaeaaera? Kagt
neer'a Mlatake. "
TPNNKLI.TOK, W. VA., September
27-At 1 o'clock laat nlght the New Yorb
and St. !.oul* expreea wwt-bound on tha
Baltlmore and Ohlo rallroad waa golotf
into the tunn-l twenty mllee eaat ef
here, when lt "alde-wlped" the eaat
bound Baltlmore paeaenger traln. Tba
latter traln wa* awltchlng to the main*
track when the englneer of the expreea,
niistaklng a coal-tlpple llght for tha
iviilte atgnal-llght to enter the tunnel,
plunged Into the alde of the ladies' coacB
on the Baltlmore traln. A* the ladlea*
coach upeet the steam-plpe burst arul
i.oure.1 Its hot liquld on tbe peaeengera.
The aleeper* wae crowded with pa**aP.i->
gers. The front aleeper on the Baltlmore
traln was alao thrown from the track.
The followlng ls the llat of injured:
FATALLY: 8. A. OARDEN. OP
AVHEE1.INO. Unlted State* Marshal of
AA'eat A'lrglnla. hand* and faca terrlbly
scalded; probabiy fatally hurt.
AV. PHLAY. OF CHARLE8TON. W.
VA.. face and handa scalded, and cut
MISS MARY L. DOL'NTAIN. OP
CHARLESTON. AV. YA.. SUta Llhra
rlan: face and handa terrlbly scalded
and left knee tnjurcd. a
BBRIOUSLY INJURED: MARY
EVAN8. OF PARSONS, KAN.; cut on tha
MRB NEILL J. FORTNEY. OF KING
WOOD. AV. VA.; badly *cal<_.d about thai
face and the upper parl of tbe bodr
J. li. HART. OF CLARKSBURO. W.
VA.; to* smaahed. and otherwiae ln*
EEE HISEY, OF CHARLESTON, W.
VA.: terrlbly cut and brulaed.
HL88 PARRIE HOBART, OF PHILA.
DELPHIA: left leg badly InJuredMnTG.
R P PORTER. OF SOUTH LAN
CA8TBR, MASS.; hand* and wrlats cut.
AATELIAM HEE8E. OF 8ALINA,
KAN.: right knee hrulied and foal
MISS ALE1E L. TAYLOR, OF EL
KINS. AA'. A'A.; left hand cut; alde of
neck and head scalded.
BBNRY THOMA8. OF HALTIMOREf
right hand cut.
Our store wlll cloae Satm I R. ,pea
atOF. M. JULIUS 8YCI.1 . -ONfl.
The Tower, Seconu and Droad.
The Cohen Company's M Me wlll be
cotton-s. %n:s expositiob.
"Speeial Rutea"? ? Atlanta Npeelal"?
A ln the SeaboarU Alr-Lla*.
Otily Hne running aolid tralna betweei
Rlchmond and Atlanta. Pullman buffci
-1-. i?-ra and veatlbuled day coachc*. N.
extra fare. On Tuesdaya and Thui*day*
of each week fare from Rlchmond to At?
lanta and return. on.y B2.40; good foi
ten day* from date of aale.
DOUHLE DAILY 8ERVICE:
Leave Rlchmond 9:01 A. M. and 12:33
A. M.; arrlvlng Atlauta naxt day at 5*
A. M. and 4:00 P. M.
Remember. commenclng October lat. tha
Atlanta aleeper wlll bc open at Unlon
Depot at 0 P. M. Thi* *le*per I* ptaced
In s-rvic especlally for the beneflt ot
the Rlchmond travelllng publlc.
For other ratea and Inforrnatton apply
to H. M. BOYKIN,
830 east Main atreet.
?AILLIAM Oll AIAHV t'OLLBGE,
AVIT.LIAM AND jBARY COLLEGE
Opena Thuraday. October 1, UM.
The Cohen Company'a atore wlil ba
Laat Trliby Eacaraloa.
Excuralon to Norfolk. Virginia Beacb,
I and Ocean View, Sunday, 8eptemb*r 29th,
vla Norfolk and Weeurn rallroad.
Traln leavea Ryrd-Street (Unlon) SUtlon
at 8:30 A. M. aharp. Raturnlng, leavea
Virginia Reach 6 P. M.; Ocean View at
? P. M., and Norfolk at 7 P. M. Stope
only at Petersburg and Suflolk. Fare for
the round trlp: II to Norfolk; H.fie to Vir?
ginia Reach, and 81.15 to Ocean View.
A'estlbule coache* for ladtea and their
t-scort*. Realuced ral** at PrmV*** Anna
and Ocean View hotala for our people.
Through car to Ocean Vlaw wlthout
change. Close connectlon at Norfolk for
Virginia Beach. Chatr-oar on Virginia
Reach tralna. We leave promply on tlme.
Ticket* for *a1e at th* traln.
Capt. J. K. MICHIE A R. T. ADAM3.
Our atore wlll cloee 8aturday. Raopeg
at 6 P. M. JULIU8 SYCLB A SONS.
The Tower, Second and Rroad.
Opeclal Bieeper to Atlaatn Vla Oaa
Commenclng October lat the Seaboard
Alr-Une wlll put on a through aleeper
from ltlchmond to Atlanta, vta tha fa
mou* 'Atlanta 8peclel." Thla aleeper
wlll be opened at the Unlon Depot at f
o'clock at nlght (traln leavlng at 1133),
thua enabllng partlea golng to the expo
?itton to get a ?ood nlghfa reat. and ar
rive tn Atlanta at 4:00 P. M. tba follow
Ing day. _
Hy thla arrangement paiaengera to the
? xpositlon can leave Rlchmond vla the
Seaboard Air-Llne and go through to At?
lanta wlthout change of eara. and M tha
only Un* offertng ?uch exceptlonal ad
For further informatlon apply to H. bt,
Hoykln. pasaenger agent. No. MB eaef
The Cohen Company'a itore aill ba
eloaed to-day. _ __
Laat B-carale* te Old Polat aad
Norfolk Vla C. A O.. Baaday Mora
lua. Beateaabev BOth.
Traln leavea Chea/ipeake and Ohlo al
9 o'cloek A. M.; returnlng, leavea OW
Point at 7 o'cloek P. M. Round-trip to
Old Point and Norfolk. only ll? Ticbete
to Norfolk aood to return on I:M boat
from Norfolk and on 7 o'clock traln Mon?
day mornlng only. Tttkete br Bb al
,r_fin BAILEY A CI_ABH.
I wlll offer to-day a car-toad of Faacy
AVhlte Hrath *nd Boft Peachae. dlreet
from the mountains of Maryiaad, whlch
1 wlll aeir low. Come early and a?i tbe
be*t. Alao One lot of Quincea, Peara,
and Orape*. at No. ?4 north alxth.
GBOROB a BULL.
MAKBR8 OP PINB SHIRTS.
Thi* ta tbe aeaaoa noat deelrable far
new abrrta. aad w* make taem ta ate*
fectlon. Olve ue a trtal. 'Phaaa Ba*
B0 eaat Broad MreeL_
Partlea who way c^mempaBte tabM
te?pboae* are rraaatted_b>J_r?_??___
aaaM* to th? maaager before tjeaaaao
lat, ae that the aeaea aap afj?aar da tho
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