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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH--THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1898.
WASHINGTON, Ot-d.n.lM Oowtrneti
for t'i< . "list ruction of anew m"?lel navs
hospital at Mare Island yard, Sin Krau
,) i Cal., will be awarded In Ihls clt*.
to-day. It is expected thai th.- fa
will have cost nearly n-O.'K? when It 1?
It will coal you many rare opportun!
Exposition i?f FhII Stylos And
Novelties in Moo's, Boys*, nd
Ohildren'B Suits a_d Overcoats
Much "vvoii.li'Viii.iit is i\|?rosso?,
ht the ?'ornplotonoss and bounty of
OOT store and stock?-at t li" mW*
(MM of price which is found in
The People's Outfitters.
Are your children learning to play on
an old piano? Early impressions nre the
most lasting. Falsa method? and faulty
touch nre acquired thai it may take years
of practice to overcome. It were far
I -?rto give a child a good piano to learn
on. und inquire from such a well-known
firm as our*, what they consider the heel
piano for echolar?. Luv a piano for use.
Do not buy simply a box o? utrlngs, that
has go nnfical value. liny of Kamos.
Fair value allowed for old pianos and
easy terms on SOW Instruments.
A few basgulns in gtetnWUy I'lanos at
$300; ChlOhertng at MB; also, Knabe.
MANLY B, R?OS CO
?9 EAST BROAD ST.,
Between I i."?t and Second Streets
Tin: At it m\ Ti itr
Fair Atiendan?'?? Hl Mor r In 1'iiiU ?
(aril of Moderate ?|iimIU>.
NEW V.'HK. ??toher 12.?There was a
fair attenfisusci at Morris r.irk to-day.
The card wr-s of a \.iy iii"?l.r.it. quali
in the aaoond race mi-s Miriam
a s??;!m favorite o? r Orion, und after
riinr.i-:.; at the bead Of UM l"t as far
as th< I
'?. in a hard drive, by Momentum.
i tee?Biet pi? fa ise, shout two
mil? ? Budd OS t" 1? won, Trillion ?7 to
;. and 16 11 ?nd, B CM 00 to I)
?r. to i) ... M "? to i and i to
M ..' lot (8 to 1) third. Time,
Thir?i r.i.a ?\ sad a half furlongs?
11- en Thomas (15 to Bon log ? B
I ami II I" 1' BOCOnd, LsOUndO ?7 tu li
third. Time, l.i'i i
. n furlongs ' ' ? orge
to i i won, Taboinrol (I to l and
I ? to I? third.
fifth ra? Bve feiionga Prestidigita?
trn ? ? l*j to I ' ?"a I. I. l ij (8 to I
und - rescent 9 !" U
Blxth i mile?t '?mtlnentsl ? i to
l? won Hsndllgl I II. (8 i" i and ? to 8)
d, i loable Quick ?7 t<> ii third Tine,
i. 1TONIA TRACK.
('IN' I\\ \'l 1. ?... Oct?0lM r I: -I:
i- i even I j dun <7 t?>
II ?.. i : tu ? - to i md I i " i ? ? '
and ... 'i ... t?. i? third 'i Ins, i -.i n.
Uve furlongs ? lid Pod (1
to 1? WOP (I 10 1 and 2 to 1?
second, and )'a Osrrett ?3 to l? third.
Thii - nil? The Doctor (even)
W?n. Jaiiit"r? "'? Ui 1 and 2 t?' 1? BSOOnd,
H. i. n li . ; irdi i i?. to i) third. Tun.-,
Fourth tuce .?-ven furlongU? Albert
Vale '" t" t) woo, R? jr del Mar CB to i and
8 to i) second, and Aunt Maggie t.:? to i)
third Tine, i
Fifth ?i ? five furlongs The Orlnder
it to i? won, Pretty Rosi? (S to i sad I to
ti.i Buffalo ? to r? third Tin?,
Btxth rs? even fui Tole filmons
? aron, K ithie May (I to 1 and I to D
tmbl? ..' to 1) third.
Time. 13! 1-1'.
TI1IH I V-FOl It Kl MITHIM,.
The I?cf<-ii? of ?he t i.ivcralt?. Klc?.rn
PHILADELPHIA PA-, Ootobar U
.!. ? l'util the gSBSS <>i< n< ?I OU
Franklin fl.-ld to-day the Virginia foot
ball team was an unknown quantity.
They had [.layed no Mfi 88808, and there
ana I waj to JttdgS of their Strength.
But tw.-tity minute.-.' play in tin- firm
hair afforded boom spl? ndtd '-?port to a
erowd Virginia played with far
greater spj than last year, and the
champion red and blue boys were held
down to It points In thl? half. The South
em. t: tackled well, their quarter-ba'k,
: and BSBOSS, 'l ing excellent work,
?core. M to '?. The lin. -up foil
Pennsylvania. Position. Virginia.
Folv?eil.I ?ft S?d .Kates,
I (Hai Left muni....Harris.
tods?*? .Right end..?..(
'"r Qusrtorback .W
"I R?8ht hail baefc.(?riffln.
llore (Walker) Kull i . HOm.
Summary: Touch-downo-Outls d | ?
Mah.n. Carneit. and Walker
- fi'.u, touch
" ' " rh' et n s. h.'-r Penneyl
vaniai Umpire Mr i , .,,?_ Yale
?rain of Jadas- .|,,rd?,iUl..
N''I.1'?I.K \ A ...,..| (MsilaU
Jud*? C. W. Mur.lnuKh. e| l'on,n..mm.
*l!" ** ? Btrtehen with peralyeli? ?everal
?Wave ago, died tonight; aged to years.
RACES IN CONFLE
(CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE)
of the Winchester (such laborer? being
drawn largely, If not entirely, from the
criminal cla?s, ex-cnvids. who ?earned
their trade while doing terms in the peni
tentiary of Alabama), aft? r. having been
fully advised, and having full understand
ing that the landing of such Imported
I laborers would precipitate a riot.
1 I.IK WARNING OIVEN.
"I had wired them that If they brought
, these imported laborer? they would do
, SO at their own peril, and under the cir
cumstances would be morally responsible
and criminally liable for anything that
might happen. The killed and wounded
are largely Idle miners, who were on the
outside. The others were hired guards,
who were brought al?ng by the coal com
pany. Most. If not all. of them were non
restdeats of Illinois. There ?s no means
of learning their names or whoreabouts.
for the reason that they declined to give
; them out, knowing, perhaps, that they
ar. criminally liable for murder, as they
had no permission from any officer in
Illinois authorizing or deputizing them to
set as deputy marshals or deputy sheriffs.
BLOT ON THE STATE.
"These ; varlcloiis men have so far for
gotten their duty to society a? to bring
t tills blot upon the fair name of our
. sin?, having go.ie far enough?yes. too
far?as they had fair warnlag from me.
l y wir.: and telephone, that the importa
tion of labor which brings to our State
an undesirable class of citizen* had to
-top. Aid I say now to su? h and al!
liers, that this Is a thing of the past;
that it shall not be tolerated in Illinois
??hile I am Governor.
UOMPANT GlII.TY OF MI'RDER.
"These men, the president and officer?
of the company, who precipitated this
riot by the bringing in of this Imported
labor, are guilty of murder, and should
be, and I believe will be. Indicted by the
grand jury of Ma.-oupln county, and tried
and convicted for this heinous offence."
ORIGIN OF DIFFICULTY.
CHICAGO, October 12.-The difficulty at
tho Vlrden mines originated April 1, 1898,
??tin the miners of the Fourth District
Of Illinois went cut or? a strike instituted
by th" Dallad Mine-Workers. Trouble
t once ut Pana, but the Vlrden
miners remained quiet through the sum
mer. The strikers had asked for 40 cents
i t"n and were offered 28 cents. Actual
I dleturbances at Virden began September
th, S hen ths Chica:,-o-Vlrden Company,
principal mlne-owr.er at that point,
Imparted one hundred negroes from Iilr
mlngbam, Ala, When ths train arrive 1
with them on board It was met by a
largo body of armed union miners, who
?tened to shoot the first negro that
stepped from the cars. The negroes were
finally prevailed upon to return to the
south, and the mines were not operated.
ADVICE AGAINST IMPORTATIONS.
President T. 8. Louck, of the Chlcago
Vlr.len Coal Company, then proceeded to
make preparations to get other miners.
October &th Sheriff Davenport notified
fjovernor Tanner that there would cer
tainly be trouble, and that State t*?OOpS
WOTS hOSded to preserve the peace. Gov
ernor Tanner advised the mine officials
against importing miners?that he was
d to the system?that while there
??as no law to keep them out of Illinois.
In- did not feel it to be his duty, as
Qovernor, to use the army of the Stale
to give protection to mine-owners In
operating their mines with this class of
THE COMPANY'S THREAT.
Superintendent Lukens, according to
Governor Tanner, replied that the mines
would be run at all hazards; that the
company would employ such labor as
th?? saw fit; that they would import
this labor and operate the mines with It.
even if they had to do it at the point of
the bayonet and the muzzle of the Win?
, r. No troops were sent.
Th, next day Mr. Louck notified the
Qoreraor that his mines would be ope
rated, and demanded the protection Of
the State. The ratter had been brought
bt for? th? State Hoard of Arbitration,
and that board decided In favor of the
minera, but held that an Injustice had
been don? th? Chlcago-Vlrden Company.
DISPUTE \? ITH <;. ?VERNOR.
l""tii this point the trouble has be? n I
dlaput? between Qovernor Tanner and th
mine operators, carried on by telegraph
and oih.r means of communication. The
Qovernor steadily refused to call out ths
tat? M'?,os, and charged the operators
with Importing ex-convicts and an ande
tlrabl? class of workmen.
operators declared that the men
desired to bring to their min? s had
been Chosen tor their ability and their
: become good citizens. They
' IBld they were willing to take ? , \\
the stilkers at the scale of 28 c.-nis I
ton, bal that they could not open their
at the exorbitant demand Of ID
cents. Th.- mines, ?t is claimed, an
ited ?vithiii the State law.
Sheriff Davenport wired the Governor
ii he did not ?vant to entot
would bring foreign lebor ?r,i"
it.-- State and offered to resign rather
than undertake the task.
ORGANISATION AGAINST NEGK
one lninir. .1 miners reinforced the Vir
il, n min.r.-. armed to prevent th.
mini 'in?,- to work. Mai.
Lukens, of the Ohleago-A 'lrden Com]
swore oui a writ Of injunction aga.r |
thirty-four Of the leading s'rikers. 'I
m? ii !i id run OUl Of town four ex-poli, a
nun Who had been hired by the op.-i at,,: -
The strikers had not displayed ?i
i others until they legan to sus
l" ?t ih,it more negroes were to be brought
CAVALRY ORDERED OUT.
CHICA? ?O. October 12.-Co!onel Young,
of the First Illinois Volunteer Cavalry.
recala -I orders to-night to report nt
Springfield immediately aith Troops A, R.
C, and 1?. of his command. These ti
??ill It IV4 Bl 11 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing, and from Springfield will be hurried
RSJQl ?afl tOm FEDERAL TROOPS.
W \SHINGTON. October 12.-Late to
Blght a telegram was received by the
Wei D i .rtment from Governor Tanner,
Of Illinois, recpiesting that the Fifth Illi
nois R- (intent, n.??v on furlough, be placed
at his dlspeaa] t" rraejl the riotous dt
monstratlons at virden, ill.
The situation at Vlrden is represented
as critical, and Governor Tanner is em
ba*o*BSsed because all the Illinois State
ti'Ops, practically, are in the service of
litad State?. He is unnhle to order
to tli- : ? ?rie of the miners' troubles any
of the Illinois troops in the service of
the government without the authority
of the Secretary of War.
NO RESPONSE Y FT.
Thus far no decision has been reached
by the ofhclals at the War Department
concerning Governor Tanner's request
The matter involves some difficulties
which preclude the pnsslbilily of B hasty
ii. It will be submitted to S>- i
tary Alger to-morrow morning, and late
to-night Adjutant -llenera! Corbin said
that the probabilities are that tlie regi
ment will be placed at the disposal of
VIRDFN. ILL, Octobir 12.-A deftjll
of BsUltiS at 10:11 tonight killed ex-Lbu
t.-n.u.t Poll? Tom Preston, of Chicago.
at the ?toskade. He was standing outside
the ?tookade as a guard. The militia ?fare
the bysti.nding miners the command to
halt, an?! Prest?,n stepped back to th"
gate. The militia filed, and lie ?va? ?hot
In the stomach. He wa? ?arrb-d into the
office in the stockade, where he expired.
? I?, of Galesburg, 111., under Cup
tata ?ratg, numbering 160 men, arrived
to-night from Pana.
i., iiuim? Fmlome Van W>ek.
NEW YORK. October 1? -A meeting of
the general committee of the Herman- ;
American Reform Union was held lo
rsjght, at which th? Democratic Bute
ticket was tudoraad.
THE WATIOI-IAL GAME.
Mir.I? mid Idnnla Analn II real? 'i.n ?
.'. ?'IU'ssrrsT < unie?!
BAI.TIM' ?RE, Ol ("?HT .
and (liants ai;aln broke e\m to-?la>
first same was a pitchers' contest, and
fust fleldlnK on both sldea was the order.
Baltimore was more fortunate in hittintg.
fisymour thouKht that Umpire Gaffney
roasted him too severely In the first
gome, and ask?d permission to "do" ihe
r.rii.les in the later contest. He had no
trouble In vanquishing them, as the ?core
show?. Attendance, 200. Score;
BALTIMORE. 2; NEW YORK, 1.
First game-. R. H. E.
Baltimore.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 ?2 1 2
New York .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0?1 5 3
Batteries: Hiifches and Heydon; *-' >
nnuir and Warner. Time- 1 hour and 35
NEW YORK, ?; BALTIMORE, 2.
Second game? R. H. E.
Baltimore .0 0 10 0 1-2 7 6
NOW York .3 1 1 1 0 0?6 ?"> I
Batteries?Nops and Wilson; Seymour
I'mplres: Brown and Gaffney. Time?1
hour ?md 20 minutes.
PHILADELPHIA, I; BROOKLYN, 2.
NEW YORK, October 12-Oet-Away
D.-.y at Washington Parte, Brooklyn, at
tracted a crowd of 600 people. It was a
pitcher's battle, in which riatt hfid
shade the better of It. The season h re
has not bean s success, the dub's I
amounting to about fU,Q0Q. Score:
It. H. K
Brooklyn .0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-2 6 3
Philadelphia .0 0 1 2 ?.? 0 0 0 0-3 9 3
Batteries?Dunn and Orln; Piatt and
Umpires: Hunt and Andrews. Time?1
hour and 57 BSinUtoS
ANOTHER EVEN BREAK.
PnTflBURO, PA., O'to'.i.-r 12. ?P
burg and Cleveland broke even to-day.
The Mist guns was won by the Pitts
burgs, but the CI? viands could not hit
LsOVSf. The second game was .ailed 81
the end of the fifth, on account of dark?
PITTSBURG, 9; CLEVELAND. 1.
First game? R. H. E.
Pittsburg .11000106*-9 15 0
slaad .oooooo?io?i 3 5
Batteries?Leever and Schrlver; Young
and Crlger. Time?1 hour and 5 minutes.
CLEVELAND, 5; PITTSBURG. 2.
Second game? R. H. E
! tsburg .olio 0-2 'i I
Cleveland .0 0 4 0 1?6 8 0
DBltSlsQB Ctopln. Rosebrough, and
Schrlver, BatSS and Schreck.
I'mpiris. Swartwood and McDonald.
Time?1 hour and 10 minutes,
KKEAK-EVEN AT LOUISVILLE.
LOUISVILLE, ST., October 12.?Two
K.unes were play?-1 to-day, both teams
scoring a victory. Th?j Colonels could not
bun> . heir hits on Dammann In the first
M a sec k? pt th" Beds guessing
in the second contest Attendance, m?tt,
LOUISVILLE, 2; CINCINNATI. :..
Booms: First gam?? R. H. E.
Louisville .0u 00 20 00 0?2 7 4
Cincinnati .0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0-5 9 1
Batteries: Dowling and Kittrcdge; Dam
mann and Wood. Time of game, 1 hour
and 50 minutes.
LOUISVILLE, 4; CINCINNATI. 1.
Second game? It. H H
Louisville .00101002--4 I? 2
Cincinnati .0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0-1 6 1
Batteries: Mages and Powers; B
Stela and Peitz.
I'mpir.s: MliSSIS Warner and KnsHt.
Tins of game, 1 hour and 35 minuten
BBNATORB, 10; BOSTON, 1.
\\ AMIINGTON. OctoDer 12.?The sea
Bon a/us Closed here by a walkover for
the Senators. Tho pennant-v. inn? rs did
BOt play with much spirit, and found Kll
len's delivery puzzling. iOobedaas was
hit for ten bases in the sixth, and was
rather wild. Attendance, 1,??ju. Score:
H. H. E.
Washington .0 2 0 0 0 7 10 0-10 19 3
Boston .oooooiooo?i | |
Batteries: Killen and McOuire; Klobe
danz and Tssg -r.
Umpires: Messrs Connolly and Heydler.
Time of game, 1 hour and II mlnoti 0,
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Boston .IM li .?394
Baltimore .'.'.. ,".j
Cincinnati .M 80
Chicago . 81 ? ', Mi
i 'ii'\a land .Bl
Philadelphia .7t> TO .'21
Hum York _ . 75 7: Jffi
Louisville .M H
Washington .M 108 . : ;
fit Louis .M m
SCHEDULE FOR TO-DAY.
. at Baltimore,
Brooklyn at Phil idelphla.
ihlngton at New York.
Cleveland at Louli
Chicago si P ttsburg.
Cincinnati at fit, Louis.
The Bats I'?>rd'n.
Ford's Hotel, after being closed for
s varal months, was reopen d yesterday,
with several legulai boardera
Th? . bavlag be? repsli
repapered, and newly furnished thro
out, Is now known a the Neu Pord'a
it la th?- intention ol the nanagenent
to make it a high ? the
prOSDOCtS of the SUCCSas Of the under
taking are excellent.
THK KASHOD.t UH ii>i-:vr.
Bnasbsrt it ex ?ni? it h? or Bapsasas
LONDON. October 12.- Lord BO
' ' Liberal I? ider and former Premier,
l to-day at an agricultural din
ner at Bpsom, rsfsrred to the
situation on the Upper Nil.. !!
"There are tv." or three considerations
ection with the Question, which
make ?i of supreme gravity, the greatest
being that, la the face ol s dellb? rai
warning that a particular sel a
considered so unfriendly act, thai act,
in spits of groat gsograpbl al ?un.
grant hardships, snd almost insurmount
able obstacles, has been deliberately com
"The word 'unfriendly.1 a ed diploma ti
rally, Is Of exceptional weight and gravi
ty, and when it is used to denote an ret
committed by one government against
another the situation Is grs
After mentioning the untenabliity of
Major Marchaad'S isolated position, Lord
"Th.se considerations lead me to hope
that the Incident will be pacifically set
tled in a conciliatory manner, but France
nuai understand that there can be no
.ompronilse of the rights of Egypt."
camp HTM m: ut RASABA.
I to? i li.i-.i-n 'I lui? Kur?(finies I'ro
bably t?i lie Prusldawt,
HABANA, October 12 Th. BitSS for at
??st two American camps I
ein s?hcted by the commission appoint
ed for that purpose. The first nil] be out
ille Ouanabacoa, ?.cross the bay from
tabana, and the second will be at Gua
isjay, twenty miles from hit
The main object In vkw in the .?election
if the camps, be Id? . their health
Ion, is the possibility of approaching
hem from the BBS without having to en?
er the harbor of Habana, which :
I'l'Tiil to be a .souica- of InfSCtlon
At a private conference at the Palac?
esterday, General Wade requested Cap
Sln-O? neial Blanco to i-ause the evacua
ih.> earliest possible date of two
orts of the Island. In order to facilitate
he bringing of relief rations into Cuba
flOMEZ TO BE PRESIDENT.
It Is probable that (?. n.-ral OoOMS Brill
Preaidant. He is in favos of a
;t neral el ?ctfon, In which Cubans ai.'*
IpanlsrdS shall ?like take part, ami in
ihich all tax-payers shall have u vote
n I a voice.
A note was handed to our C'lmniisslon
rs ysstsrdgy hy the Spaniards, treating
if the fortresses, batteries, and fortlflca
ions and defences of the Island as be
nngtng to the United State-?, which ?hows
hat ?.?Ti? progress it being made In the
vork which the military commissioners
vere to carry out.
THEY DO NOT FEAR
4>l III E-lllllUKIts lltlVr lilt!. Ml
4IVII. Ml.ltVll K IWlllHiVTHIX.
LAUGH AT THE CHARGES HUlOLb
toy (he Cotnanlaalon Ha? No Power
Over liif..i-\n, j.nrr coaare??
inn i?'? VI?lt wm Hl. f0r p?rpo?e of
Producing; Harmony In Rank?.
The Investigation of tho Federal office
holders in this city, promised by the
Civil-Service. Commission, as a result of
the charges preferred by James H. Hayes
and John Clinton, the two negro lawyers
of Richmond, does not seem f> disturb
those offlce-hold?-rs. Th? y say they do
not care whether an investigation is held
or not, as the Civil-Service Commission
cannot affect them. In other words, they
have absolutely no fear of the commis
Hayes and Clinton appeared before the
commission on Tuesday an?! preferred
charges against Postmaster Wray T.
Knight, Assistant Postmaster John L.
Grub!??; Nicholas J. Smith, Deputy Col
lector, and Morgan Treat, Marshal of the
Eastern District of Virginia, charging all
of them with using their official authori
ty ari'l inflii. nee for the furtherance of
pollti. ?! , nd- and controlling th? results
of primaries an 1 convention- Mr. Smith
is charged with l.-vying polit!?;,'.
mints on officials under him, and the
aroaatmtors pr'?fe.ss to bars tvideace to
support a charge of briber*' against Mr.
Th? commissioners promised that an
gstlon Should be held very soon,
and that the Post-Office and Treasury
departments would be asked to co-ope
rate In connection with the charge
against Messrs. Knign. and GruLbs.
rjHARQEfl ARK FOOLISH.
The office-holders, who I mod by
Hayes and Clinton, treat the eh-.-,
utf r foolishness. They say that it is the
result of the ?lisaff,, lion in the party
ranks Srottlag out ot the bogus nomina
tion of Otis H. Russell for Congre.-s. and
that it is not at all likely that an investi
gation will be held. thou?!. Hay.s and
Clinton arsert that the commission prom
ised to send two repres.-ntatlv s her???
ine from the postal s-rvi'-?- and the other
from the revenue service.
Mr Knight, In speaking of the matter
to a Disnateh man yesterday, said he did
not care at all what the Clvil-Servico
Commission did. He had, so far as he
? as aware, violated rone of Its rnlt
he did not fear them. H? was directly
tmdsr ?h,- Postmaster-C?, neta!, and WSJ
i reatad by the rauas power thai created
the Clvll-Servlce Comrni
Mr. Treat also laughs at the matter.
He has not as yet received any official
"ommiinleation concerning the charges or
the Investigation which It is proposed to
make, but says if he is invited to apa? ar
?afore an tnreetJgat.ng corr.mitt.-e he win
IB the Civll-S'rvle ? Commission the cour
tesy ta attend, He, bowerer, will deny
the right of the committee to Invest?gate
?ny of his acts, for the reason that nei
ther ho nor any of th.- attach?es of his
re under the control of the Civll
s, rvii ? l;,,ard.
1'KNY THE CHARO KS. '
Mr. Grubbs and Mr. Smith Brill also ap
pear to answer to th.? oaargea preferred
igalnst them, but they do not entertain
my unsaalni SB concerning the r? salt
As to the charge of levying nolit:
sessments preferred against him. Mr.
3mith says it Is utterly untrue, and that
every d?.llar he paid out In tl.
paign was donated by himself. Mr.
i'r, at atoo denies the chars- of bribery
- ilnst him, asserting that at th?
' r- Convention two of the Russell
?ohorts offered to !-.- bribed, but that
:here propositions w.-re refusol. and out
if this the charge ar
Mr. Knight laughs at th? charge against
tuna, though he has not as yet been given
Iflcationa i thai if th
!l*rll Servie? i 'ommli I ?n had ...,? pon r
tO do harm t" a p>>stm.,st?r or other
I'.-d? ral office-holder, Mr. Brady, ths Col
ectar Of Internal Reveaue, would have
'.ng since been removed from ofl
To BRINQ ABOUT HARMONT.
Hayes and ciinmn not only appeared
..for.- th.- Civil-Service Commission and
?referred charges s gainst th? offioe-bold
.rs, but they went before the ? ?wen
:hat be and aaked that some ?I
taken to produce harmony ??ut Ol Mi
iiseord that BOW exists among M R.
- In this district. Chairman
Hull, of the Republican C
Committee, hi ird them on thla matter
?nd app'in'? ?1 it pi Loud? n
? \ew Ji i o- here and
ry and patch op s trw i IVi I :
ier and Ru-s.-ll. The N\-w
uessiiian srlll go to North Car^ollns Brat
and try to bring about i
... n thei ad I b< Bill com?
1?re, h I expected t? tik?. down ,,n.
*f the two running on
h? i;?-i ubll? an tl? hi ? hen ind
,*h of Non mi r th? L> -ill tak"
he oth, r or:.- down.
AI-KVIK?. IN ?1 ??./. WII.I.O.
i aai.,.ta Bleatent 4 ?>iu?-?? i.? Barfae??
Mu??? to Visit Hi??.
BANTIAOO DI CUBA octob? n
'i-pa'-h from Manzanillo to the office of
the v lat? d Pre m bars i ijrt new
thai '!n- AnMrican Bag is riving over the
-ity th. ?''ii.an elesaeal baa eorne to the
surface. The >peof*te .:.- aeeaUngl] sa*
in the office of the Collector tras tonne
from S? BOf Montero,
tke Chief "i Custom? si Habana, notl?
'ying him that the military occupation
>f th.- Ainerlcans was not to aft
ivil administration, which was ?till
naier Autonomous loverninent, .?nd to
n mil i
i trusted mi Ths Mayor, or
bad similar instr . I
iolonel Ray, the American military
-ommander at Manzanillo, is not the
nan to stand nonStTISS Ht ?mm
led th* protesting ofncisla, ami
.mi "r.u i! v ; there. Not a cent,
lowever, ?rat found la the ireaaury.
Colonel Ray to-day r?Hseive*i .. m
ram s.n.r Maao, i-reatdeat of the in
-,,? . i nnuiit, asking our com
Bander If he, M ?so. . ?aid mski an ..? -
ffi.ial visit tO M inzanlll" w.tliout being
lissourteouel] by th.- Am? l?
n authority. The Colonel replied that
.1 be glad to re? r* fl M ? -
nd the Insurgent steamer Fer
fit Sania CrUS ?1"1 Sat tO bring M
fsnaanlllo. wher? h.- will proaably ar*
IV?- OB Thursday. The arrival here of th
tSUrgent President wid probably limp lit;
he Important ?juestion of the ,i
lent of the insurgent forces la I
? II Wtf.F.S AI.AINST AN 4IFFH EH.
me Near,? *?ol?ller M<????l? ???I Fatnllj
M i?unil? Anolhrr.
1.1 X1N.7T. ?N. KY . October 13
harges of a very (sensational and seriou
ature have been preferred against US*J
riant-Colonel C. 1. Wiilfow, of th.
enth immunes. Cenatac! anbtsomlagaa
!!! . r is the general Charge, BBd 'he Bf?
BS in?la?le hPiitual drunk
Mo?' of the charge? w.-i bTOiaght r?
!aj.,r Fiqua of the Tenth lmmu
, now ? n '.rial by cur! inaniAl ! I
, nsatioaal o?ee> st
Ii'nl drunkenness. C"l"ii? i "
tntly married a pr.nriln.iu Brooklyn
Late thl? evening Private George :
rbocker. of the Tenth Immun
hot and fatally wounded In a ssloor
iawl by William Anderson, another lie
ro sold,or, from Greenville, Mib?.
READY FOB FAIX TRADE.
O. If. Herr y ?ft Co. 0|??-n IVIlh Hrand
\?.? Biafihi ITnlgas iflnfiasi Bftsplap,
'Lo fail opening yesterday al tst
i -ig a "ore of Mesara. O. II. Berry A
aun attended with that suc??:; th.it
?T-iT.'-it reasonably have cte?
If all the circumstances.
There ha? never be?:n a more brl'
display of clothing and furnishing |
In this city, and nev? r ha such i BUS
stock of goods been disposed to greater
Ever since this firm was established
In its new quarters It has met with un
exampled success, for the standard set
by it In the past has been lnvarl.i, lv
high, and there has beer, no digr.
from that policy, which has inspired ih"
utmost confidence In the represent ,
o? the firm's advertisements and the Si
m?nts of its salesmen.
This fall opening marks the disappear
ance of the stock, which the contract W?th
Messrs. fiaks ?<- Co, entailed upon the
hand? of the B rry Company. New
( ' ids have been purchased to f.ik
place from ail the beat markets,
Without invidious comparison it may be
said that the st"r?- has never been Blled
with a finer ?>v larger collection of cloth
ing of all sorts for men, boys, and chil
The two colossal show-windows are an
Index of the taste which Is <llsp'
throughout the establishment. Th?- Ut
m- nt "f S fort in the window .?n the
lefi slds of the entrance Is particularly
and attractive, and wb? re it has
been poeslble t" add decorative touches
amidst "r mound the immense stuck In
the savers] departm? ato, I his
lone with a eery b ipi, r. suit.
HUNDREDfl VTBITED THE BTORE.
The announcenent of the opening
quits sufllclenl to sttracl largi crowd
the st?r?-, and hundreds of people %:.
the establishment ?luting the aay.
The Stock, which is not only ropoi
to i"? "brgnd-new," hot i?"?ks it. bus
been gathered from th most fashl":
and reliable manuf.t? ? iroru, henee ?-.1
ih? lateat styles are on exhibition, and
Bome decided novelties ommar.d the it?
t. ntlon of the visitor. Not only the do
mestic product is to be Seen here, but
also the finest grades of Imported goods,
Which have been purchased ???root. It 1?
no Idle boast that Mr. O. H. B"rry makes,
that nowhere, even In the great metro
politan cities, can a more varied, excel
lent, or nttrnctlve stock be found than is
now displayed on the counters and
shetv? s of his store.
It repreeents th? tin.st productions of
the most skllle?l artists in their lin is,
as wall 8S th>- 1 SMI ' xpenslve stock, which
is still pOSSSSBSd Of sn-rllng merit?, which
carry with it the endorsement and guar
Of the firm, that if it Is found to be
unsuitable, unsatisfactory, or not as :
resented in every single particular, th?
noney paid for it will he at once re
With such 8 stock as this, and with
Buch a guarant. I to every ar
ticle, the prejudice, where any exists,
Igainst ready-made clothing might rea
lonably be expected to disappear. The
noeetion of fit baa basa reduced to such
? selsnce thai no natter what pecuiiari
:les of build might exist in any person, a
?omplete stock Is sure to meet the exl
es of the case, and a practical and
;xpert tsllOr Is always on heul to make
such alterations as may be desired.
DEPARTMENTS AND BPECIALTIBS.
Mr. u. M. Dillon is in charge of the
fMothlng Department, and has as his as
?istant:- M? Ml Roger Atkinson, H. C ?1.
Hartman. T. J. Smith, ami W. L. NslSOO.
in the Boys' and Chlldren'a Department
Ifr. Thomai B. Ployd Is in charge, aa
. by Mr. J. XV. Fr?en?".. BpSClal at
:cntion is ghrsn to this part of the stock,
fvhich enbraosa ail the aswsai Is in
luvenlle apparel, including the Boldiera*
nul Marines' Uniform Suits, with Iiand
?omo Overcoats and Inverness Capes, to
gether with a fin?- assortment of H.tt?
ir.d Caps, with all the new staple and
Fnncy stylos brought out this season.
The Purnlshlns Oootla srs in charge or
B. George H. Plgnsr, Hayni" i
Ihristlsn, and B. Mayar. Mr. Fignei i
it the henal Of the furnishing department
it Berry's old store, and Mr. Short nian
i?i''i the suns department roe Baks, The
issortment or' Nechwear is particularly
irell si Is ited end sttractlve. Ms -
Berry ft Co srs the sols agents for Dr.
Bdsrw? tr a fun line of the
."Hilar German and Irish Linens <
Sent In stock, and many novelties are
Mr. H. L adan b] Mr. W. B
romllnson, is in charge Ol the Hnr De?
larinii-nt, which Includes the lending
nrad? - sad ityles of the best-known naa
ifacturera In the country, among then
be Dunlsp Hsts, the m? rit s of which are
nerallj appro? lated to be Insl
ThS Shoe I'-partment Is in Charge Ol
Mr. M. H West, Who has been Identified
,vith this Une of trad? f? i the past twen
ty years sa a n r and
nan. The Han,m Shoes are k> r>t here,
ind in addition to the large and eon
ready-made stock est
nade t.? order. Athlet! ira s rp<
i.iity. an.i ail gradi an kepi in
BMW ST HI ?IITH I'.RS.
Isslgnnenl" to l-'irsi. ????eond, nn.l
mirth lrni> ? urps,
WA8HIN<3TON, Octobsi H Btafl otn
r i have bo? s i rigned to lbs Pint
?econd. and POUrtb Army corps. T|?.
ird^r making the assignment which was
, i.. the War Department to-day,
ont,tins the following.
Ptrst Corp -imitani h ; ut
ai. Lieutenant?. R. decl?;
tor - ? ? i., ral Lb m
m, chief Quartermaat? i
i Jan?., a M Marshal;
fohn 3. 01 iget. J idgi .dvo i -. Lieu
s "r-?' ilon? i John a Hull; Chief ord
' >!'i>, r, Lleutenunt-t .'olonel William
Chief 8 ' " r, Lieutenant?
Bgulre; Chief Engin? r
Murar, Lieutenant-Colonel John Blddls
"hi. f Borgeon, Mejor Joba M. O. Wood
ittry; Captain a ml
-..-.' - I' ' ; :
Plrsl I '". ; . ; ?,.
ral. Major Unit or
John G j .ii
I? tnphill; Chlei
7omml Major J. O.
B?gln? : ' '!' Bl Major WH
lam A Bhunh; irgaon, Major
' ' 'i ?nance Officer.
Ifajor .l"liu l; Rodman
i i Hvislon Assistant AdJ itant?
.1. Major Hugh L Beott; Inspectoi
rt J 8locum; I in? I
Quartermaster, Msjoi Thomas cru-??-.
- . : Subsist? . -, M aj"T
'hllip Motherslll; Chief Surgeon. Major
il. Hyeeil; Engineer Officer, Major
?aine.-i A. Airona.
ai. Litutenant-Coioni.i Edward M Ciar
?an; Inspectoi General, L u enao -
i< ' winfleld s. ! ter
ri ..- i i., atoa u ' ; : i...?. ?rd;
'hi-1 . '. umlssai r ol Lieu?
' ' ?ion? i Juni i N. a - ai. ?
, '.m I' I lui ill; .l.l- Major
t- phsa W. G I gnal Of
cei ?Lieutenant-Colonel Edward i: Ivas;
h.? f i Lieutenant-Colo
-I Ul \ int
Pirat DI Adjutant?
; I . -
?uasti n ils Jos J. 1 Bow
er; Cl K
'rigbt Ch ' ?joi
? Butler, ,lr.. .??i Burs en |
lajor Juntas L Powell; Of- ?
in u Jenklna
: I DtvMon -Asalstam A. , it
il, Major Alfred C. B
i-ral. MaJ * Rob -c A Bros ?.
i' .< >, Baje i '
Chlel a narr of *;
or Janes < ! Mulitas inc. .
er, Maj? -,.:,
; L Phillip?. I .
MaJ r 0
i hlrd Divis..?i I i A.l.f.it r
Major Hunter Llgsell: Inspe?
ir-Osnersi, Major Tbaasns n woodruff. '
hief yjarterniast? r. M?.>?r Leon it ?u
.?-?_ We have used everv ('.tort to make our
DOVS stock ol BOYS' CLOTHIIMG tbi,
* season the best w<- MTB f. ver ?how,, 'j?j (. %
C*lfnt\\*f**Z big sales in this department mak?> us ftl.| %
VI*Jlllv?7? that we have the be8t hi the city.
Brown Clievi?.t Suits, all sizes, 98c.
Ulne Cheviot Suits, all sizes, $1.48. %
Fam-.v Cassimert-, Cheviot, and Worsted Suits, |LtW f - J
Bov-' '^ose, Shirt-VVaists, Shirts, Collars, Inder* pap.
BURK & CO.,
1003 cast Main street.
7Zo>w?aft coma an, u,
9 21 east Jfain street.
aVV WsV War ? ?
/;/.y.l/av/;* WATCHES, JEWELRY, I
, L \ I) STER l I*h ( ) S / C I ?JB 11 : / /; / ;
Appropriate gifts for October brides, for \
birthdays, or any other occasion which friend
,s-////y demo ltd s to be renn mbi red, will bi found
/7Z? g'/Yv// profusion, and at prices more reason
f??>/r3 ?/?.?//, ever before. J
The open i it $ of the fall sen son, finds us
with a trond erf?ll y complete stock of elegant
?oc lo.Su.l'Uvt 1 b]
THE SONQ THAT REACHED HER HEART
v..is the sonir that --?h?- bad pi ;
with ?her lover s i(ii the i.
men. of ssorjl-touchii u. *
Kingsbnry t?i*no. The man with a
family of ilavarhten thsi
to get settled ? *?mf<?it.<?.1 \ for life
should try tlio ? ' lishing
them a K i nu si >tir\ I iano, . ae mu
sician with a btSautifnl voice anda
Kin^sltury Pianoiloisn t ne? d h pretty
furo. Ca?l at our fine irar< : oi
I'samiiH' these srondi rfu !'
Cable Piano Company.
Successors to RifhmomJ Mu-si-- ( ? ,
J. C. CORLEY, Mgr.,
?Ht. Broad St.
lieux; Chief Commissary of Bubs
Major Joseph H. Heatwold; Cblel Ord
asnee Officer, Major eu D. Hoyls; Chiel
"urgeon. Edward f. ?..aidn.-r; Bnglneei
MsJ ?r Eugene W. Van C. Laoai
? imp Ci it i i.mitn.
I.ood InnilnSf I ??h.IIH??"?IVrsonal
lute* and Brief?.
CAMP CUBA LICI'K. JACKSON?
VILLE, Fla.. October O.?(BpoclaL)
Orden were receive?! at corps hea?l?,uar
tsrda* raalng u bleb will delay
the departure of the Seventh Amy Corps
a v?' k.
Fourth Immunes, who lefl hors
yasterdsj morning tor Psraaadli
I' iv. been loaded i n hoard the tr
Roumanie, and wore \r? ted
to-day. The b ) i m emed to i njoy the
proud dlstln? tlon of being the fh
i.. . ?u to ? robs from tin . soap
i hurrl? ui" wss
tdv? rtl? ?i b] tartera aa b? tag
n routa hare yeatorfigy, gnd, profiting
i.?.- th. gained fron ;
v?..- had Sum?as before last, ths boys took
.?.ira pains to escura their tenta making
the ropes as ti???- as possible, sad guying
the tnainpoles, but so for ws have boon
lighted, ami strong ? nt."
mined thnl the Storni bas switched "tf
with Its sweeping proj -
- section which needs it boom than
..'. ?i Bold.
The Fourth Virginia d? srves to be
ongrstulsted on th.
onditloa of Ita canp and the ? \ro which
is been token to look after the health
I its members Colonel Taylor, in an
- ... statt 'i that Colon
if the regular army, during ? tour of
n ( the Bunttnrj i onditlon ol
the camps, went over that of the Fourth
Virginia, With Major V Inms.-lf.
ind expr?s sd bin I being highly
I with Its sanit?r) condition, par
:i? ul.irlv ?w:h the excellent
. ; kitchens, which
be thought were equal to sny la the Bey
i ice. H< to have
-inks sketched and aenl
n with the BSnttai I
lie thought the device for i I'.-iin* the
ilvsd c npl?
laving than irougbout the fit?
..m? R, B Bi ? "' of Con] in)
i. left < hi.? bono, la Frank
!n. ' ? spe:i?l 111
Private Mur?. Dosier, of Company O,
afl to-night On a thirty-day sick fur
OUgh for his home. In Norfolk.
I It. B. ? afilar, C. D Char?
;ers. T. T 1'arker. and T
.my <;, re] their ? on
sterday. after visit t"
; | o ka al home"
I'rlv.ir.- H. <?. Jordan. Of ?' mpany D.
itordny on s ta?ada] furlough f.-r
is home, in ilampt.,ri \
Private Cb irles Bock, "f Con]
S'orfolk? received his
Corporal Waikart and Musician Hen
ey, of Company i. Norfolk, Va., report?
-d fOr duty last night, having been home
Priv?tes Tuiiv. of Richasoi
^arpenter, of Roar.ok?-, Va., of ?"ompany
F, win? hs - i sea - k with r .? rhe
' vision Hospital, left for their homes
B thirty-?:.?-, furl.
mt H i ' Th?
ecomn? ' ipt lia < I lusej irlth
he approval of Colonel Taylor. f?r the
.?.?sltlon of fir??t liaut.-nant In Company
Lieutenant 9 I I Igaafi.
Much to th? ' of the boys in
\i their cook ir Theo
lOM Hyde, retar: ., th
o of his patients, who claim that
>n starving In his i
I'hey 88 ? ? ti to
h. enjoyment of bis Ihney .iish
This morntna w-is ne to be rsann?
" ' ? ? ri?. II
or th'-y breakfs
bran the regimental bakery, which
art.-d ad good butt.-r.
\ lit?.IM \ IIAI.I. I I \?.l I
l.a-tli.c In **?<>rfi?IU l .-?I cralu? ?4lgl
ie Montlce|lo Hot"l thli ?rt
o'clock, with the following pi
liessra. Lazarus, of Lyn.iiburi; B
f Portsmouth: Bradley, of Rick
lookav, of Newport New?. ?'irinlnghHir.
f Norfolk; Morris and Shults. of Reo>
noke, and !' rb I
Peteraburg The i/irj
oompoaad of tas us
ni??uth, Rlchmond, Ni
hu?',', and l: H' lui
Cardos .. "f Richmond, n
Burer. The Board of Wr?
portatlon and ! I
For.i's Hotel, Richmond, N
wln-n the s?:h? ?In I be up
will be u..ni?' up.
lovaatb Carps' Bases
JACKSON*?) li.'.K. PI !
.ia Tbe r
r i...? r i
men went to see the Boventb s
' ' iptaln J... k
won first prim on Lie?
? ? *
Mefiilla lo < aimiiii. ...I N.irl.'IU 1 ? r?l
\\ ASIIIN.; I' ?\
throughout the wur, and :
sign? ?i to doi
tain Bishop, r? tired.
l'ersouals nml Hi ? fs
m. ting of Auroi
The condition of Mr P<
ten days with ; i
" p., ?mii . el? bra)
: ?y night, tl
H.,11. Tw- nty fifth and Bi
lohn T. HS
i innk? ol ?
Hid took It 10 ' '
Chief of Poii' .
wttii h she will "
Mr Losas i Bt kei -
tion last wint? I
Ilia hiuouder? li. %??? . .?rU.
' NEW TORI
B II CI
i ?ugh. II I
rid; P Whit lock, II "
I tlaeatal _
wimmt i?-' *
JONBfi -WHl'l i I
._ ?- \i -- EMIL, ? * ?' ' ' :"
daughter of Bishop F M 'A hin '
tit ALEXANDER : JO.NBS, of ?to?'*
unty, Va. No i
ni: \ i li??.
HAH ci?-? " Mat l *"?
Ui i ilte, Vs ' .1
ITHI ' CLEAR?
: J. Vaughun. In the . **
'. her as??. . m
tins will leave Granit? nt i 1 ~
\\ (Thuradny). Funeral fro? **_;
Peu Irai at 3 P- M. Iu'.jcu**
I at Mouni Calvary Oanftsry,