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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND" OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA.
New Union Depot to Be Con?
OFFICIALS ARE RETICENT
Chcinpenks und Ohio und Richmond,
Petornburs: ?n?l ( nrnllnn Itnllwny
? oTii pniilea Rench nn Viiderntniul
Ins-Tlio Goteruor Koturns?.11lit"
lar.y Matter*?The aiorltz>llecltor
(Special to Virginlan-Pllot.)
Richmond, Va., April 5.?It la stated
to-day aemi-ofucially that tho negotia?
tions .between the Chesapeake & Ohio,
and Richmond, Petersburg and Caro?
lina Railway Companies looking to the
construction of a union depot In this
city, have been completed, and that the
depot will be built by the two roads.
There seems no reason to doubt the
accuracy of this statement. Tho ofll
cials of the two roads when asked to
confirm or deny It, would not discuss
the matter, but they admitted that
matters had now reached a stage where
success seemed extremely likely.
Mr. Decatur Axtell, second vice-pres?
ident of tho Chesapeak & Ohio, who
has been conducting the negotiations
for that company, stated that should
the depot be built by the two roads
they would pursue tho "open door" pol?
icy, that is, they would allow another
road that chose to bear tho cost of con?
struction to come in, and after the
building was constructed, any road de?
siring to come into the depot could do
so upon fair terms.
The building of the depot will be one
of the most gratifying; events the peo?
ple of Richmond have heard of in years.
Tho Chesapeake & Ohio's station here
is a miserable shed, long an eye-sore,
and wholly unfitted for its purpose.
GOV. TYIvP.Il RETURNS.
Governor Tyler returned lo-nlght
from Hadford, where he has been
spending several days, lie came back
earlier than he had intended, owing to
having, completed earlier than he ex?
pected tho business which called him
Adjutant General Nulle did not pro?
mulgate the general orders disbanding
the military to-day. The paper has been
prepared but certain uuestions have
arisen that had to be referred to the
Attorney General for decision. Captain
Barrow, the assistant adjutant general,
to-day figured out the cost of arming
and equipping a soldier. He found that
the cost would bo S-I7.T0. Unless the
Government shall make an appropria?
tion for this purpose only about two
hundred soldiers can be armed and
equipped out of the Stato fund availa?
THE MORITZ BECKER CASE.
The celebrated Moritz Becker case
will be ugain postponed tn the United
States Court. To-day the grand Jury
brought in a true bill against Becker,
charging him with obtaining fraudulent
naturalization papers, and a separate
indictment was brought against Morltz
Becker, Snm Stern, und M. Rosenbloom
for conspiracy In obtaining the sold pa?
pers from the Hustings Court of Rich?
It will be remembered that Messrs.
Stern and Rosenbloom certified to the
elerl: of that court its to Becker's resi?
dence in this country, the prosecuting
attorney contending that during the
time thov claimed that Beeker was a
resident of this country that he return?
ed to Russia and lived there several
Some suiDrlse was shown In court
when the Indictments against Messrs.
Stern and Rosenbloom were read.
Bench warrants were issued for their
Distrlcl Attorney Allan Ftated that
the governmclnt was not ready for
trial; that'he would have to bring one
Witness from the State of Iowa nnd two
from ?New Yorlt. and asked that the
case go over until the n. xt term of
court. Becker's counsel were not in the
court room, nnd the ease was passed by
Until the; could be present.
Obey M. Anthony, of Jackson, Louisa
county, was before the court this
morning on the charge of Illicit dis?
tilling. He was indicted by this court
in lSJIG and since that time" has evaded
arrest. Three bench warrants have
been issued for him since that time
and on various occasions revenue ofll
cers have visited tho vicinity of his dis?
tillery, but owing to the watchfulness
of his friends no United States officer
could approach without his being ad?
vised of their coming, and each time
he got away.
This morning he came from Louisa in
custody of United States Marshal Sam
Thin, pale and consump?
tive persons should use
some constructive tonic that
will enrich the blood, in?
crease the nerve force and
renew wasted tissues.
Scott's Emulsion is based
upon scientific principles.
We digest the oil for you
by mechanical processes,
thus strengthening your di?
gestive organs by resting
them. It stops wasting,
and produces energy, vigor
and warmth. The hypo
phosphites in it invigorates
the nerves, and brain tissues.
joe. ?cd $i.co, ?11 clrugglui.
SCOTT & bow KB, Chemist j, New York, g
uol Bcndit. The usual tactics of deny?
ing Ills presence were used, nnd though
tho otllcer talked In person with the
distiller ho denied his Identity. Mr.
Bcndit expressed the determination to
stay ut his father's house until Obey
Last night he came Into tho house
and agreed to submit to arrest If the
olllcer would let him accompany him
unshackled with handcuffs- This he
agreed to. Anthony and the olllcer
Blcpt in the same room lust night and
at an early hour this morning drove
seventeen miles to Louisa Courthouse
and took tho train to Richmond.
The case was set for trial Tuesday,
April ISth. for which date numerous
witnesses were summoned and the pris?
oner was bailed for his appearance on
The case against "W. T. Jones, of
Mattonx. Amelia county, charged with
mall robbery, once before tried and a
hung Jury, was passed by to await for
a physicians certificate in regard to
the Illness of W. T, Jones, Sr., father
of the accused, wanted as a witness
A BRITISH REQUEST.
The Governor has received from Sec?
retary of Stale John Hay a. letter re?
questing copies of any laws at present
In force In this State dealing with the
j suppression of drunkenness. The Sec?
retary made the request at the instance
of the British Ambassador, who wants
the Information for Her Majesty's Sec?
retary for tho Home Department.
Secretary of tho Commonwealth Law?
less returned from Portsmouth to-day
and reoorts that his mother is very
Tho Syracuse Chill Plow Company, of
New York, filed live trade-mark3 with
the Secretary of tho Commonwealth to?
Tho ninth annual meeting of the In?
ternational Association of Railway Sur?
geons will be held in this city May 31
and June 1 and 2.
The association embrnces the railway
surgeons of tho United States und
Canada and Mexico. About 700 dele?
gates are expected.
BACK FROM FINLAND.
Mr. YVm. Schwertfeger, of this city,
returned from Finland this morning.
Mr. Schwertfeger went to Finland sev?
eral months ago with the neventoen
loconu Uvea inult by the Richmond Lo?
comotive Works for that government.
He State? that the people oT Finland
are much pleased with the engines.
Though not of the heaviest class they
haul with case and speed the heaviest
train, pulling a train of fifty-One axles
ten kilometers In eleven minutes. The
speed for an ordinary passenger train
of thirty-live axles is ten kilometers in
fifteen minutes. Mr. Schwertfeger was
glad to get hack home. He reached
New York yesterday on the Kaiser
Wilhelm dor Grosse, nnd came directly
If) Richmond, reaching here this morn?
A NEW BAPTIST CHURCH.
There will bo a meeting of the con?
gregation of thoso who recently with?
drew from Grove Avenue Baptist
Church to-night at Monroe Hall, on
West Main street, between Relvidere
and Pine etreots, for the purpose of
considering the question of calling a
paetor. All the members of the congre?
gation are requested to be present, to?
gether with any others who may be in?
terested in the movement. Tho new
church will start out with a member?
ship larger than that of any Baptist
Church In Richmond when first organ?
ized, with ono or two exceptions, and
there is every reason to believe that
this will steadily Increase. Among
those who are Interested In the new
church are some of Richmond's best
Relief In Six Hoars.
Distressing Kidney nnd Bladder dis?
ease relieved In six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and ba'-k. In male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost Immediately. If you want
quick relief and cure this Is the rem?
edy. Sold by Wallte Sc Martin, drug?
gists, 10S Water street, Norfolk, Va.
IIA SI I' J'ON.
ANNUAL INSPECTION OF THE
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Newport News, Va., April 5.?The an?
nual inspection of tho Soldiers' Home
at Hamilton was made to-day by the
Board of Managers of National Soldiers'
Tilt; members of tbe board 1n at?
tendance nie Generals w. F. Franklin,
of Hartford, president; W. J. Sewell, of
Camden, first vice president; T. J.
Henderson, of New York, secretary; M.
T. McMnhon, New York; W. H. Bon
hall, California; J. Marshall Brown.
Maine; Sidney J. Coolte, Kansas; G. W.
Colonel B. F. Brown, inspector gen?
eral; General M. Curtis, second In?
spector general, ami Major J. II. Blr
llngamc, general treasurer, were the
Staff officers present.
The Inspection will be concluded to?
morrow. No formal meeting was held
Bear3 the 11,6 Kln(1 Vo;J tl:v'l^H
Molimin F.lrtcr? ?'? n leren re,
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-rilot.)
Charleston, S. C, April 5.?Tito an?
nual conference of the Mormon Elders
engaged In missionary work In the
Southern States assembled here to?
night. There are twenty delegates pres?
ent nnd the conference will last two
days. Elder N. H. Rich Is presiding at
I ho meeting, anil routine business is
being attended to. South Carolina Is
represented by but one delegate, Elder
Cleveland, of Seneca, Utah, Idaho, Mex?
ico, Arizona and other .'outhern States
aro represented In tho gath. ring.
HE FILLED TUE BILL
If tho average Georgian can't live on
.". cent cotton, he certainly makes it up
in other ways, as the following, from
sign on a rural establishment, will at?
Ice Cream In Season,
On reasonably CnAh Terms;
Also Millinery and
Boots, Shoes, Beaks
Coffins on the installment plan.
TOWN OF SUFFOLK
A Quiet But Beautiful' Evening
Aiipronchliis; t it cull Court ? Danch
lem ol ( ontoilrrm y Al>|>til?t Com
tulilooH?Cypress nod cutickntack
(Special to Virginlan-Pllot.)
Suffolk, Vn., April 5.?Prettily deco?
rated with palms, ferns and potted
plants and softly lighted"by candelabra,
the parlors of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
P. Cutchin were the scene of a quiet
home marriage at 8:30 o'clock this
evening. The principals were their
daughter, Miss Lizzie F. Cutchin, and
Mr. Eugene T. Crews, of Oxford, N.
C. Only relatives and a few friends
of the family were present. The vows
were made before Itev. William T.
Green, pastor of the Main Street Meth?
odist Church, who was assisted by Dr.
VV. W- Staley, pastor of the Christian
The bride wore a trim traveling gown
of blue, with a pearl brooch and grey
hat and gloves. A ring service was
used. There were no attendants. The
display of bridal presents was varied
and handsome. Among the guests from
distance were Mrs. S. A. Dodd, of
Portsmouth, and Miss Flosa Crews, of
Oxford, N. C, a daughter of the bride?
?Mr. nnd Mrs. Crews left at 9:17
o'clock for their future home In Ox?
ford, where they will arrive at 10
o'clock to-morruw morning. There will
be a stop over at Henderson. A good
sized party of friends saw the party
away at the depot and wished many
The bride is a well liked and attrac?
tive young lady, whose friends are
many. The groom Is a prominent to?
bacconist of Oxford.
COMING CIRCUIT COURT.
Captain A. P. Gomcr, Circuit Court
clerk, has completed his dockets for
the spring term, beginning next week.
There are lots of cases.
On the common law docket are eleven
old suits, twenty new ones and two en?
tered by motion. The chancery docket
carries a batch of ninety cases, includ?
ing two divorce suits. A woman Is
defendant In ono divorce suit and a
man In the other.
COMM1TTEKS OP DAUGHTERS.
Tho Daughters of the Confederacy
have appointed the following commit?
tees to have charge of a benefit en?
tertainment for the purpose of raising
funds to assist the Tom Smith Camp of
Confederate Veterans In attending the
reunion In Charleston next month:
Supper?Mesdames J. M. Shepherd, J.
C. Nelms, George W. Brittain. Willis J.
Lee, L. S. Raker, B. P. Cutchin, M. M.
Urquhart. H. E. Smith, M. T. Withers,
A. F. Holladay, W. J. Oliver, George
T. Parker, M. J. Causey, A. B. Twitty,
J. M. Briggs.
Ice Cream?Meadames R. S. Boykln,
A. P. Gomer, G. W. Butts. J. F. Lot
zla, J. H. Kohler, E. F. Whltehead. T.
D. Moody, Christopher Norfleet. W. E.
Hlnes. L. F. Crump, J. H. Culley, W.
Cake Table?Mesdnmes R. R, Smith,
J. P. Hall. L. W. Jordan, Arthur
Woolford, N. R. Withers, F. M. Arthur,
J. C. Causey.
Decorations?Mesdames L. P. Harper,
A. H. Baker, Arthur Woolford, John
M. Butler and R. Harry Butler and
Misses Lizzie P>aker and Mary Jordan.
Fancy Table?Mesdames L. P. Har?
per and N. It. Withers and Misses Jos?
ephine Causey and Janet Withers.
Treasurer?Miss Anna M. Rlddlck.
The several committees are requested
to meet at 3 o'clock to-morrow after?
noon with Mrs. L. W. Jordan.
LADIES' MILITARY BAND.
Read the advertisement telling about
tho special engagement of the Ladles'
Military Band, of Boston, at the City
Hall Theater to-morrow, Thursday
night. The organization Is the only one
of the kind on the road, and the local
theater-goers are lucky to have an op?
portunity of hearing such mnsio at
home. The band, which Is composed of
about 25 young ladles, had to pass
through Suffolk on their way North,
and the manager was Induced to give
the town a one-night stand. A varied
program Will he rendered. There is no
adv incc In prices? 'jr., 35, 00 and 75c.
Seats now on sale.
CYPRESS I >r;LEGATES.
The Democrats of Cypress district to?
day assembled in mass meeting nt Cy?
press Chapel to sead delegates to the
County Convention. E. D. Brlnkley
called tho meeting to order, and But?
ton Dozier was mad" permanent chair?
man, with E. I?. Brlnkley secretary.
Here are the delegates:
Somerton?W. Q. Peel, J. R. Byrd,
Dr. K. E. Rlddlck. T. A. Vann, John
Holland. Emmet King, A. D. Mllteer,
George T. Parker.
Cypress?Sam Wilklns. Fred Brink
ley. E. D. Brlnkley, L. P. Brlnkley, J.
It. Hnrrell, J. C. Parker, E. R. Harrell,
Wiley Parker. Peter Brlnkley, Phillip
Brlnkley, P. E. Parker.
Paul's Branch?Mills Rlddlck, J. T.
Nelms, James Brlttain.
The usual resolution concerning nom?
inees was adopted.
CITY HALL THEATER.
THURSDAY NIGTIT. APRIL 6.
Special engagement of the
BOSTON LADIES' MILITARY BAND,
tho only organization of tho kind In
ES YOUNQ LADIES 2B
Prices 25a, (Sc.. Mo and 75c. Reserved
s<sat.* on sale at Stewart's drupr store, it
FOR MAYOR TOWX OP SUFFOLK
JUN1US T. PARKER, subject to
Democratic Primary. W ill fight to a fin.
?a or in: im - i ion as yixron
P Town uf Suffolk?R. L. BREWER,
Jr. Subject to Democratic Primary.
milW ONLY WAY MOST MEN WILL
J save money Is a little at a. time, sys?
tematic saving. The experience of prac?
tical men. who know, say that a good
u.iv to gave money Is to Invest In LIFE
INSURANCE, it means laying aside a
I small amount 'ich year and receiving
your money hack with large protlts at u
time when you need It most. Per this
ie.irj>oso tho best pol ey lg tho Life Rate
Endowment Issued by tho> Union Central.
For full Information call on or writo to
WOODWARD ?; ISLAM. Suffolk, Va.
Tho following- delegates to the County
Convention In Suffolk next Monday
were named from the several precincts
In Chuckatuck magisterial district:
Myrtle?T. A. McClenny, Shclton
Duke, F. E. Stulllngs, lt. M. Asbutn.
R. L. Daughtrcy, S. H. Simons, S. J.
Bradshaw, A. J. Powell. David Mc?
Clenny, John T. Smith. George T. At?
kins. H. II. Williams, Richard G. Eley,
J. R. Deik, John Powell, Robert Grif?
fin, S. A. Oliver, M. C. Nelms, T. J.
Chuckatuck?Dr. G. W. Butts. W. G.
Saundens, Thomas J. Saunders. Sain
Morris, C. B. Godwin. W. F. Gotten, R.
Ebenezcr?W. S. Mitchell. W. W. Gil
llam. J. W. Martin, A. L. Hazlewood,
T. H. Dlngley.
Those who took part In precinct
meetings are pledged to support the
PETITION'S IN BANKRUPTCY.
Lawyer S. E. Everett, of Suffolk, to?
day filed two petitions in bankruptcy.
Owing to the fact that no referee has
been appointed in this district Lawyer
Everett had to go before Referee D.
Lawrence Groner. in Norfolk. These
are the first petitions of the kind which
have gone from this district, embracing
the counties of Nansemond, Southamp?
ton and Isle of Wight.
THREE MARRIAGE LICENSES.
A nuptial permit was to-day sold to
John P. Butler, and Martha J. Cope
land. The ceremony was performed
this afternoon, by Rev. W. W. Galnes,
In the clerk's office. Other licenses
were to: I
John Edwards, 22, and Jane Brown,
Henry Smith, 23, and Martha Ran?
dall, 20, colored.
BARGAIN AND SALE DEEDS.
Sarah Shepherd to S. E. Anderson, a
small tract In Nansemond county;
Alexander Brlster to S. E. Anderson,
one lot, Pughsvtlle; S">.
J. T. Vaughan, trustee, to Ellen
Woolridge, 31 acres in the county; Sl??.
Mr. John A. King Is having the old
St. Paul's Church building torn down.
He will have a pretty residence built
on the site.
There was a benefit concert and sup?
per at the Masonic Hall, Chuckatuck,
The Main Street Methodist Church
managers are building a new fence In
Mr. J. A- Blue, of West Norfolk, was
In Suffolk to-day.
In the list of St. Paul's vestrymen
published to-day tho name H. B. 1'niu
hart should have been M. M. Urquhart.
Mrs. P. W. Wcthercll and Mrs. A. C.
Gorman, of Washington. 1). C, are in
Suffolk as guests of Mrs. E. T< Jor?
dan. 11 Pinner street.
Mr. W. R. Kilby returned to-day from
a three days' visit at Old point.
Mrs. Delia C. Turner left to-day for
Washington, to be with Mrs. Grace
Odell. her daughter, who is 111.
Mr. Frank T. Jones' fine pointer dog.
Carlo, died to-day, aged 12. He was
given a decent burial.
Mr. E. M. C. Qulmby returned to-day
from Old Point, where he attended a
german at the Chamberlln last night.
Schooner Charles H. Trickey, Parsons,
RED ROUGH HANDS
Tho most effe.ctivo skin purifying and
beautifying soap in the world, as woll as
purest and sweetest for toilet, bath, and
nursery. It strikes at tho eauso of bad
complexions, red, rough hands, falling
hair, and babvblemishes, viz.. theclogRCU,
Irritated, inflamod, overworked, or slug?
gish Pokes. _
ftotd throughout the world. I'uttek n. nn CCotr.,
ffopi, notion. How to UiTt Uctut:lul<Jooirjtuton,frci)
arrived at the Dort of Suffolk to load
lumber froyi Cramer's mills.
Rev. J. H. Kobler preached at the
East Suffolk Methodist Church to-night.
Rev. J. P. Love will lecture there on
temperance to-morrow night.
TBE BEST 18 HOHE TOO GOOD.
This Is triff In everything, but especially
so In whiskies. Tho '! ' >. TAYLOR Old
Rye and Bourbon Whiskies nie abso?
lutely the best. They arc on sale at the
MONT1CBLLO HOTEL, and are guaran?
teed to ho the purest whiskies distilled
in America, and arc the highest types of
medicinal whiskies in the World; they
are not sweetened, and no chemical pro
c< us whatever Is used to doctor them,
they ar?* Juru as they eanie iron tho still.
only they j are matured and mellowed la?
nge. Every botllc of <i. O. TAYLOR
Whiskey |? seven summers oil before
they are sealed with a llrm stal and
ready for sale. It you want to sample a
roally pjood whiskey, drop In at tho
mont1celt.O HOTEL and a k for the
O. O. TAYLOR Bsurbon and Pure Rye,
ami you will not be disappointed.
800 yards of a regular i5
cent goods go on sale this
morning at 10 o'clock. The
? price will be q1/2.
We correct slightly, a for?
mer statement mat they are
perfect. In some instances the
selvage is not (you have no
use iorthe selvage, unless you
expect to make into curtains.)
! Curtain buyers will find
enough for their wants with
perfect edges, and aside from
this trilling imperfection men?
tioned, the stuff is orthodox,
and under ordinary conditions
would fetch the 1j> easily.
Should go in a jiffy at 9M
Lengths run from 3 to 10
is 40-inch White Lawn?
perfect?at Scents. Twouldn't
be mentioned unless it were
unusual. It will serve well
full many a purpose and you
should be among the fortunate
view the showings of
; jQsepu emu, 223 mam si.
Garden Tisrjnie 1
Now Is tho (Imo of year to think about cleaning up yards, preparing ground
for flower and vegetable gardens. You ran buy a Rood, full bolted Wheelbarrow
for One Dollar and Fifty Cents. Our com plcto and full slo.-k Includes?
Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Rakes and Forks!
Different Styled Wheelbarrows,
Small Hand Plows and Wheel Hoes.
-PL., JR., CATALOGUE FREE.
Wlro to train climbing vines on and keep poultry out of gardens, as well as
at home. Call and examine otir stock.
Norfolk Farm Supply Co,
SS AND 40 UNION STREET. _GEO. B. TODD. MANAC.KR
GEO. H. DAWES,
2 20 Water Street.
JOHN S. HUTCHISON. HENRY A. LONG.
JOHN S. HUTCHISON 8t CO..
WHOLESALE FISH DEALERS,
AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
RECEIVERS, PACKERS, SHIPPERS OF FRESH FISH AND SALT FISH,
25 and 27 Roanoke Dock, Norfolk, Va.
Consignments solicited, , mli31-3ro
o<&><$> <t>oo oc>* <i>oo
* DOZIERS, $
206 MAIN STREET, WEST.
9 is expected to come together here ?
a to-morrow, Friday, April 7th. .
a We advertised Applique Bureau x
$ Sets, Bureau and Wash Stand X
a Scarfs, and Pillow Shams for
A 43c. I
$ JUST X
J THINK ! J
a They are worth from 6oc. to a
II $1.50. Will you be present? $
Q We hope so. . We don't want 6
? you to miss it. If this offer $
V doesn't stir
a among the busy buyers, the
$ writer is entirely mistaken.
a ' DOZIER'S,
J Phone 822. Norfolk, Va. ?
ft>oo- <????<>? ?o-'t-o ?>?>&-<>
0.00 and Up.
34 Granny St,, Columbia Building.
WHAT YOU CAN FIND
L. H. WHITEHURST'S.
No, 336 Main Streit.
A beautiful line of the newest styles
and make up in Skirls just from the
manufacturers, from Si-50 to $12.00.
Another lot ol those Crepons, 59c,
75c, $1.00. $1.49 an(-l up to $4.00
Silk Waist Patterns by the hun?
dred, in Stripes, Plaids and Satin
Liberty. No two patterns alike.
New Kid Gloves in Black, in White
and all the Paster Shades.
L H. WHTEHURST,
No. 336 Main Street.
New phone 857.
Tliis :'s a season of bright colors.
All colors are In fashion.
But there must bo
In colors as well as in music.
Wo believe wo understand blending of
As many, many ladies have expressed
tin ir pleasure at our selected stylish
We ?uaranteo styles and prices.
MRS. F. RIES,
IRWINS EXPRESS CO.,
2l8Waier St., Phone G.Eiiher Phons
We haul anything (o and from any.
where in the three cities.
Special facilities for hauling Bates.
Boilers. Furniture and Pianos.
I Lots filled and filling wanted. v"