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THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE
VOL. V. NO. 19.
WILLIAMSBURG, VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1897.
?ri.00 PER YKAK
Fr* ta rs ? ... I
The Wonder of the Age.
Granib very in tho annals of J
, ? .. . i._.
mcili. 'ire m..rt- ills
psacs* than any other ?Bdrniaa.treatrai nt ^
or systtm kntiwn to thc medical pa
.. \ M \ N"' made rcmetly, bal
'nature'"* tm*- I4 ir
"fa \t \ is an au.i***i?tic jrcrmacitlc. it |
positively di ?;'? mfcirohri a;
uerrr.stit ever** kw. I. mme and nature, | ]
it ia healing and Bootbian to the
cuous meinbranc. It w;'l prrmaneotly
themVi- * mia ai Breaebit?
Catarrh. tliapapaia. all Bl tl tub*
les, all ilia*.asea nt th*- Btaddei
Kidney*.. Lin bi itioa. Pile, Obi
r Piseascs, liken I
F r ? . : !'? i-in. Kin-uniatism,
N iralgia. 11 Dla*
rase* \\'<>m?-a. - anti
Pbyai* ii ^
MA I !KK WHAT TOUR ML*
HEN I ? ' IB I
fall kial ar trouble, and oar coe
aaltini* . i i will advise you what 1
*? i.*r to regain your health, j
Omsultation is FREtt and an
fldtnti.il TV-ins very low. For ,
canvasM!?*-*. W ' ?'? you la *
home paj Ires** with Jtaatp,
//// fill MA rn MP INT,
V. *?. Bas B D3,
? T< ALL TBE PEOPLE IB
wi li.ia ms ar ixl,- T r
B0UNDIN9 COtTBTBT W IlK.S
rm rn VORFOLX NOTTO
FORGET Tn VISIT
Hudson's English Kitchen
(lui Hunt toon Ut bain u.
ria H. HUDSON, Prop.,
? Main Sb.. Norfolk, I a*
John Carej'i Hew Bar
CHA!. 'DERATE -OCORDQCG
I a?k a sh;irr* of Ula i*atr*>it
lg* of tho people t?f th** town
md the young gentlemen of tbs
Fn>r DoOB BaX*OS] L. Hi-.m.ky a
MX \ul Mt. Mi.*. Itl.niVMKD.
l?tsa?t-r Emil a \a ht In* Trip .... Uk*
M. < lair.
TL_ . . BBJ -op yacht Bian.-h**
li. aaar Wlraiaalll Pales, io Lat*, st. Clair,
Xtefe I ia the ii_-_ismln? ol sis
A f-ariy of tfii .-hart-ri-l tho yacht and
went .a sail. Wh-n near th*)
I i r-t-k ant m-ar.y ofl Wlu.b
mill Point Hire.- of tBo i'.irty eltaabad -ut <?o
_u>l OOatdBeeesd to rv.-a tBo oraft,
which belujj heavily bt_Uaateil, iur.-_i<-_ oval
aii-i BBamaadt t*"'Dt* to tin- bottom.
Vb*?* Ad-nlrsl Slr John Fisher oflelally vis
ed tho Caitad Baaloo Coes n l-O* ne rai st
Danial KiiutTh^r. senior member of tb->
' K tutT'-.?-r .% LoeBatrerg. tanuer*
iawark. N. J., wa* int-tantlv killed ty a
rill aanBa f tin- I'.-nr ?yhraale Railroad at
-.*? t areaaanj Ma Ba
tan, sui sw a
u l lilted
B. -urrlag" amt blacksmith shop
I. T.. waa '**?
ratlm* -? 11 .'-?*?. s are p-sc-d at
CBM ? BaiiBlBB.nl
ia.. BBBsd an < - *
f lb* "- ' *r\\h
Thr?*a trumps heft up s Oraat Northern
train near Smtth I I
- --ray t. > th** ealnxa*. wh-rs
tn? third was ciuSretl and urn-.ted.
grass man Joseph W. Babe ?. I
leal tu a law aaN ut Mllwsu
isr la the
!.-piracy tin was do*
la tb-* *uit ar-?
Th- 'atna wsr- B arrlvetl
st San Hran i?.-< fr ala. U-r de?
lay waa aaaea 1 by the favt that *<:?? -a?e all
Lb** way an.ter sall. She proceeded ltnme.il
Mur* Isla nd.
a bj H mi I :????? Me,
?av- that | rems
' will talc ' thi? Ns
.- I ut \ rwuy In tha -\. ? t I
birther tr 'iihle at the station .-ai.,
bte. Four Italians were lnjund tn s fight
with t ra on Sunday afternoon, one
ot them inuttalnlng a brsak of the lag.
A Baal aoooaat of IBs sststs of tbs late
Jades Walter Q. Gresham was flied In the
ORaaag . it wss appa
aadS^eoBBaaa aanaad. Tba executrix was
the widow, Matilda ijr.-*ham. and she is
???.eflelary. Th.'estate an
ld BB tU IBB
Tba v . kid | II.-aith r
dsy. makin k fl vs esses In all di
Lat" L..i<r, t.o deaths.
Toyed the larg.* stock bar:
John A. Logan, Jr., at Yi uag**towr
Hight finely bani horses and many el.-ga.it
res noan burnt mp, Lo?-s t
Tb** nlgbt express from M ?ntr***?l t |
ran Into s local morning train at
Bea, Vc. .?u the Oaatml faeaaenl
Hoad. *'<>n*.ldeaable damage wat
both train*, but bo ons waa killed. Two msn
noaa injured. The I'ause of the accident
wss a misplaced swlt?a.
Dsolel Goodmao, an employs of tbs
Fhoenlx Iron ***" : , .tile. Fa..
has juet received nerd that t.y the death of
bis sister be becomes Bela heir tn sn estate
of ffSOU.OOU in Stafford-hire, England.
??tis r.-.-ord tho death, st tb.i
ago of tv} | Ih*? wi-iKknown painter.
: Da H. i-tabudrun. who, In bis later
_Uy?. aeantaeei a.. tttooaaar dei?eoaado
. de-i \rts DeeeaaBUX and span from
Lb* dti.tinguL-.bed pot.ltl._s by work* ob?
tained In tbe salon*, wss a much beloved
W. 4. WHITEHURST
, Bills, Doors -
AWaO CTESFa B7ILL:i^**>l^i.?32a:i.L.
lOlh & By ni Sts., = Killi MONO, VA,
COOKE, CLARK & CO.,
Sash, - Doors - and - Bluids,
MOTLDiyas, STAIR WORK, PONCE TRlMMl.\<;s, BARDWOOB
Ayi> slate MANTEkm% Tl Ll yu AND BEATER, WINE BUILDEEmT
HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILA AME li lass, AME RTlLDiya MATERIAL
OF EYER Y BEAM RIPTIoN.
QB Commercial 1 *lac*e* 49 Roanoke Avenur>
MOB STABBHI ARROYO.
Knives Were Plunged Into the
Assailant of Diaz.
A COMPLETE SURPRISE
Br??k'in Dnsn the Barriers at B?*svl<]aar
ters. the \n_rv r?.pala<~? Tri?ipi e. I *?.er
?s OIHr.. . r...lf t.>K?srhth*Tr?inlilln_
? ulprlt -_.i-t ^>>r. Ire *?f*nrtala Conlan!
to lire Hh-.t. from tVlsdswl.
V ? . ?
al eadine* to the sssa .
- >-d when Ar:
? i t band sf tbe cooa j
?on ? .ed on rsv??s-*e. It eras
. 1 Id tho history of the
I tu tbe morning a
numb ' ' - ???.-?
way Into tua muni
tb* gnsri* r ne ? tbs o_os
' BeBsa snd _
. '.hey found thsrs.
Th* - 'ol polios, wbo was
Mlee^imf m an ?? room, waa swsk
en*d maa Bj ? '. ran to the
si ny. fli . ls a sign . '
At th- ? . ollcem*n
* ? -r.ake aa attempt lo de?
nara making I
?>. Tbe r - sad the whls
? erofBoors, who
- ni* ll.'''
It wa*. ' ra th-? in?pe*t. r sr eur-ral
andi: .. i.i arrived >n horse
When th?? red til* room they
the dead asea lying in
the midd r tl Ii was klBsrslly
sd and ??a _-d with ku ifs stab*
>r bsr sad several
sa aa l otbet nasal instrnaaaaas. Aa tx
? s-.-d that tt-.s paaas of swin?
The moa who -.-ere uspraaal arould net
ssy anything. -k was f aad a
? ld- ,.r.? ?
? ? ? ? i rtn -?'>??? -?- ta*:in_:
aad dtscusataa the tja
poarsd to know ali about tbe artair and wore
.tiy In receipt of ki po BB BB BB
I and Inspiration, bot wh ?u they wera
rtars Bs?-; y be
street' eople wbo seamed I
ut the killing. It r .
thst H r lt mey !>e that Sis
>.nlsnt of th.- 1
Wneb Bareye was surprised by tbs lynch*
srs be wss sitting lu a .-bair 1: .beast
r of what .?n.-'' wss ilene:
privets - ueuta
al window pan ls, was a lon_t
marking the spot nberd had been I
gendarmes who were guarding Ar?
royo were aaaaaaed. If they bad booa
armed they would have fired on the mob.
rtnebaadrod pa Tat.-.! the
buildlug. When they surprised |
wss In s straight |BBkoi and could mate aa
reaiatau.-e Ho seemed too terrified to
KEUKLI.1BB IN t.t ITCMALA
Uprising Uar Prevent Talon or tho Ces.
tral A tn sri can states.
A telegram ba> b?*en received at the
- _rtt_int, Washington,
press reports of tbe capture by luau:.
of the government noaSJOB at yuezait
HBaaaaaala laos is about art;
miles back from tba PaotSe ooeat, an
one of the most Important government
a?aaejbalda QaBed BtflBaa Oenanl Pi
wh.> reports Hm- BMfl BB the Sta;
meat, bas asked for another warship la aa*
dillon to ? -.j protect Amer., au In?
terest tn the country, but thes department
boiievsa tt-.at tbe one already ordered therr
will be aaflBBtaai rd present, ana will await
faaaBaj , meara before adding to thr
force. Ima A art bas not left aaa Frat.
but in under. - baeten souths, ard.
Shs will touch M Beean! IB amend :.
dara, if occasion should arise.
The reports of an uprising In Guatemala '
are twit to jeopard..?.e tb* prospects of s BBB.
sumption ?f a j IBS tVntrsi Ameri?
can republics. Guatemala snd *'o?ta Slea
are the aral] aanaftftaa remaining out of th*
union, and lt wa.-* si that they would
ba brought in under a treaty recently mad..
The treaty wat approved by President Bar?
rios, ot Guatemala, who, In the -vent ot a
union, was expei-ted to ba tbe dominating
fores of tbe unit.-d republics. Tho subject
was then leAarrsd le the Diet of the united
countries, and ttnsl action was to save been
taksa September 15. No word bas come,
however, thst the union wss carried BaBBBgB
on that day. and the prevailing efjal
among Coat rai American eesolals ls that the
t>uat*nnalan outbreak defers, and possibly
pots an end to ?he union of tho Central
The consumption of thu union hss boon a
factor in seversl questions before the State
Department, Including tho appointment of
Cspt. Hoars ss Minister le throe of the Cen?
tral American Kepublics; tbe recognition f
J** talster Uodriguez ss tbe representatlro of
tbs union, and gt*nt>ral .jueatlons connected
i with tbs Nk-arsguaa Canal.
Charles Fltsstmmons. s freight eoadsetor
on the southern Hallway, was klile-1 at
statk.n. ?i\ BBBaanaatBel iisrr
It ls supposed thst s i ".rn s
Bl * car while nU train was passing the
I at I Saville. The switch rod was
broken, tbes ml isa Big tho switch paints sad
tbr .wins the BOBO* ?_? snd the rear tru
oas freight car In on the sidetrack while the
train was running about twenty BaBaa sa
hour. Baoaaal ? ? *s.rs w-r* standing oa I
tbe siding and la tbs aoUfesoe the eal
wss badly aneoBe*l Pltaslmoioos wae
found lying on his face on t:
eaboose with his skull emoBod. ii- had
bess killed instantly. He wa?
rted man and b ?
the tither tran.men was t.
William Hoon _? seer :
tadieted for murd.-r ri *n <t:: < ?
f \ ;.lae. a el-m
flank of Portsmouth. Jnr.- ? w
tn the llu*tin*
last wltn.-ss was I
stated that a.- wu.- .
about the head
pine, sr.d tbat
two men wae i
. to that ctr.-ur
At V\ trr- a, T. *'. Pilcher bas been I
Mr. Jam |
Ths barn I v
v B ntl
-entiy eeaaanatl soto I
Rf and JBO . * ' . r
to be '
day. This will largely lu.-r-t. .-sa on
Mr. - ? I .nowa fal
? f Morrlsonvil.
dead while ens-aged ni thrashing -
H>< was al 1. and was a <
to war, serving in
. i White - i-attallon.
The barn on the farm ? I ?i. Il
near Asbbv Htatlou. Wwr- .nty. wss
berasd with Bb contents, in lu.Hug TOO hush
els of Wheat.
?*e?too. a ? ~n coo- |
The > inty
will hold a rsaatoa ? near
?laughter > f tbe laaa
after a brief Illness.
Arrange:. sr: uk th. -tone j
n ian l, hsve ai-"it baan aeaanan.
a Jtaniet will msk
BS. He ail) be tu- _ |
t'hariet. *A . B..? ? .'.erna. BJ
bs fire departniaat. IBs j*?
lice, the Baughteta of th- I - and
itas will psi lu the august
Military - will be I
I .rn Ki-hmotid. Da ?*
Char; a. Fara
The monun_?nl will Nt i-re.-teu ju*t la front
Of the auauSBi uss, on ons af the hi*jbeM
lg a te. of tbs West I.yn.-hb-irg Laud
any. wUleh coat, tn boom tlu.as. > I
OOO to build, waa sold at pub.: BB I u for
f l.iOO. and was sought by Judge Garnett.
' s rfoia. ss lepaeBaaSBBhre I a
of the lorn
Wm i .sr* ?m ooarlcted in tl
t'onrt al Peter*Si;r< Bf Staallsg a I .p
and saucer and a -otnh. the whole * ..
lng la value to 1*> cents, snd was givn ene
year In ins pea4.teatiitr\ This wss t ark ?
thirl eTfaana al aaBB isr>-eny. CBaaB, asnB
a young married mao, bas served a term In
tbe penitentiary, and all., therefore, have
more years added on to bia senteaos.
..- Urge bull.ll_.gs on the farm of Mr.
If me*, n~ar WV.t Norfolk. BOM
. fire. Tbe buildings vr< r- ..-.?'.
for ths inanuf- .- .ano.
The loss aa ii*: and ina -hiucry
smounts to f 15.000or t-*0 OOO.
The wretchedly mended coudltion of the
Virginia penitentiary, where there are on sa
*rfo of six arid aaedBSd poiaoda in s
call, will ba widely discussed in this cam?
paign award I* that more of the in?
mates of this Institution shall be put at work
ou th ? State farm <>r hired on public Im?
provements. The contracts, however, pre?
clude the possibility of carrying out any
such plan. There are 1.324 couvt -ts within
the wails of the prison. They are sccom
inodatcd lo 198 cells. The superintendent
of the penitentiary favors hereafter putting
the short-term men on tbe roads Ul s BBS I
chain gang. The best plan ls, he thinks,
for the counties to seud their short-tern,
prisoners direct to the road gsngs when con?
TKADE TREATY WITH KHAN* ts
Meaotlalious for Kociarocltr Kb pec tad la
The French Ambassador. M. Patenotre,
called at the State Department Tburs.1*
thc i urpos** of sering Judge Dsy and
coedlog with th.- preliminary negotiations
on the BSetpeeeBgj treaty between tho failed
States snd France.
lt ls expected ss a result of the Ambassa?
dor's recant call on the President that tbe
preliminary negotiations on the treaty will
proceed. Meanwhile the Tressury Depart
mest ntl! prepare data bearing oa tbs pro?
posed reciprocity scheme.
TBE WONDERS OF SC1E5CE
Lun*2T Troubles and Con?
sumption can be Cured.
_Jh Eminent Brm York i'henoiat
it uti rsrnrntimt Mitkr* a Were
Oftrr tn Oar Rea dr rm
Tbe distinguished New Yr*rtt cbenust,
P. A. fl ? leoBoaatratiBi; bia diacow
ery of a reliable and absolute rare U -
Consumption ?Pal moss ry Tuherraloris>
si! l*roacbisl. tbr?>et, lung amt
iisesses. slut * om i->>**?ha, re farr h
os, general tl- I weah
neaa. I -h. an.l sll con.hrir*as ut
wasting swav. will ?emlTHKr
- is New
any afflicted reader of tbe
r.g tor them.
i* -New r_*e.eetif_c rrearataBt" baa
Baanas permanently by its
r uso, and be ra it a simple
-tl tl ut j ?
'.coate a ttia I :*ie owe
j new wonders,
snd tins jfrea*
ng i.>r rt ?.alta
ss bruer' ...linty ss caa ba
nd by . .to Hut
-'.n a that lung tfanSsaa aa*! I
sumption art- carabia } .Haasts ia
i . . -
t . lssads fr tn
a sll psrts nt tbe worKL
M il ox pert i
rb isl. cbeat anti end bb
-attires**, ami the trew
medicine wu; Suffer*
era al abe Um ? ?tags of hie
aaa ted t r that yow saw
? Ear ia tha li a-et te
r.M.?M r li IN A ttl B-BBSO MIMI
H.i. i.li.n t d (sr UmiI >*.r ftlitrtss,
tia an.l Ot bars ttoaruo.1.
.irs after the mea went tc*
n mine -sssmer Load
and Improvement Company's coal propesty
?t | aaan, Bibb county,
fire was Blsoassrsd far 1 wn ta ths
i a one hu
la nba mine, and an alarm n
.nong the workers
In th.- Hundreds.
aad chlMrea gathered at
the maia entrance ol the -
while rasans parti.
Mon- than fifty wera g<stan out from tho
vsr. IBOOJ without harm. Others
wrrs overcome by smoke sad fell In ths lua?
na - iBeaaaeaBai md dragged
r wildest oaoftoaasot prevailed at
the mines in utb. WOOBBB snd .-hit.iran
were screaming sud shouting for help, and
s fire brigade was trying to overcome tho
Five men who were worktsg shout ths
JJSfJi .he place where the Ors started
sud tt ts regarded se
*in that they ara dead.
Ii l* poaaBBB* tnat two ?r threo thers may
mines, bot these rive are koowa to
be lo.*t. There ls - BB** af their se?
rape. The lire brigade batted with ths
flames sll dsy ia a vain *tt*m; t la r-a-h tha
eatotsbed men. but at nigBlf-.ll the 'Irs was
; burulu*- aid the men were glvaa
up tor dead.
Ire ls believed to have -tarted from
an s erboaaad steam pips, which Ignited gae
No stiisatt a r * ? *? r A i **
let Minister \%oo.lforO'a Con'areaca kg
Ibe Causa of Mach Aeslatjr.
- .-.t the _BaB Dar --"meat thal
BS I- Pn I Malan
-; ala, ?????ordiag to th> original
I Idea of his inst rue-don*, set tut the d**ep ta
tefeats tbe TJaSod lltalas has In wilaesslag a
-?aUoii of eba deplorer ie conflict in Coba,
tut that he di 1 a ' l-liver hhnse-f of sa ul
I Smslam. He simply mads s stat*?eat of
leap lntereal in a settle mant of the C_o
; ban war ss s reaatmable explanation for In?
tervention tu soy manner si tbs* tims. Mr.
? ? . *> lelegra: r-wardtiig his cos fer
: enee with the Duke ?f Tetuan ls now before
A dispatch to the London Standard from
"The it .verumant will take its time to re
: reply to United (Kates Minister Woo-tford.
j snd will i robabiy lay the ca*e before, the
j European po wars in tbe shape of an esbaue
I tl va etpuetUoa of the whole matter. But
j last year the foreign ottae assert?nod that
' the sympathies of the power** wore aot likely
to go beyound platonic -ensnra of rhe ros
duet of tbe United Stats? Mseh anxiety le
Oa-ticeable in court aad otBeial circle?"
Wsshakle. chief of Bal BbaBBSBSBj baa
besa n '-ea special gu mu st tbe Fss
Uvsl of tbe Mountain and Piala, soon to ba
bold in I tenter. Waabakie is uow I** years
old. snd for two t*eners*JuOs he ha* ruled
tbe Shoshones, tiradoaUy snd wUManry be
has given away before the white man's law.
but his will ts still paramount in his tribe.
Washakie has always tpea a friend ot tan