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THE SERVANT SKIPPED.
Chicago, May 4'?Mrs. C. 0. lilnir, of
this city, was tile victim to ilay ot mis
placed confidence'. S!?? ?eilt liev servant
to a .ate deposit company to put jewel,
und money to the amount of $12,H00 in
her aafety box. But the servant .kippet!
with the treasure nnil has net been heard
District of Columbia Courts Are
Short of Funds.
DEATH OF REAR ADMIRAL MEADE.
MR. AIKEN STILL. REFUSES TO
RESIGN?A BILL INTRODUCED
IN THE SENATE FOR A NEW
SUPREME COURT BUILDING.
GENERAL MILES STARTS FOR
THE SCENE OF WAR.
Washington, Mav 4.?Admiral Men lie,
a distinguished retired ofllcer of the
United States navy, died at his home in
this city to-day, aged GO years. Tim
cause of deatli was appendicitis.
General Miles, commander of the
United States army, army, accompanied
by his private secretary and Captain
Mans, also of the army, lelt Washington
this afternoon for Now York, where they
will take a steamer for Europe, for the
purpose of going to Greece to view the
war now in progress there.
Senator Morrill this afternoon intro?
duced a hill for a new building for the
supremo court. It is proposed that the
structure shall be erected adjoining the
new Concessional Library, now rapidly
Supervising Architect Aiken still per
?ists in his refusal to give up his $I,5D()
job at the request of Secretary Gage, and
the chances are that he will be summa?
rily bounced in n day or two.
Delegates to the International Postal
Congress are rapidly nrrlvins in this city.
From present indications there will be a
large attendance upon the opening ses?
All of the courts of the District of
Columbia are now without funds to pay
jurors and witnesses. It is stated at the
Department of Justice that a similar
condition exists in a large number of
United States courts throughout .'the
country, some of which will have to close
unless the judicial appropriation bill
passes very soon.
The cases of the remaining recalcitrant
sugar trust witnesses have been set for
trial for May 17. Broker Chapman is ex?
pected to surrender within a day or two
to serve his sentence.
General Wesley Merritt,rof 'the army,
and his aide wl'l leave here to morrow to
go abroad to view the war in Gieece.
Consul General Osborhe and Consul
Genera' Gowdy will sail for their posts
of duty to-narrow.
. The fourth trionnial session of Ameri?
can physicians and surgeons convened
here to day with a large attendance from
all over the United States.
The followln?' debt statement was is?
sued to-day: 'Debt, less cash in the
Treasury. $008,244,1:12. Decrease for
April. $5,718.008. Cash, $870,745.055.
Liabilities, $048,000,188. Net cash, $228,
THE PENALTY OF SUCCESS.
I want everybody in this city who have
no piano and who even coutemplate uet
ting one within next live years, to come
here now, 208 Jefferson street, and secure
one of these elegant Kimballs. See just
what can be done for a small amount
when you step in between the enormous
expenses and profits accruing on a piano
sale all the way down the line from the
"commission friend" to the factory that
built it. In buying a piano at this sale
you buy it of the largest factory In the
world and at a time when they are wil?
ling to give it to you (it being a portion
of uheir suplus or over-production at a
price even below that paid by their own
agents) and beyond which there is no
profit. The buyers at this sale simply
step in on the "ground floor" and shut
out all profits. Let no insinuations from
those who are not in a position to com?
pete mislead you. The penalty of success
is to have its methods condemned by
those who cannot compete. The sample
pianos now in stock will be closed out
this week. C. JELLISON,
SAME AS BONDS.
Senator Chandler's Scheme for Relieving
Washington, May 4.?Senator Chan
nler, of New Hampshire, to-day intro?
duced n bill "t? authorize the issue of
certificates of^i indebtedness, to meet tem?
porary deficiencies of revenue."
It prqvldes that for any temporary de?
ficiency now existing or which may here?
after arise in the national revenues, the
Secretary of the Treasury is authorized,
at his discretion, to issue certificates of
indebtedness of the United States to an
amount not exceeding $50,000,000, paya?
ble in three years after their date in law?
ful money, of denominations of $20 or
multiples thereof, at 8 per cent, interest
and to sell the same for not less than an
equal amount of lawful money of the
The certificates are to have the same
status as the bonds issued under the law
for the resumption of specie payment.
FAILURE IN RICHMOND.
Richmond, Va., May 4.?Thomas I).
Neal, a large wholesale dealer in leaf to?
bacco and president of the Bohle Cigarette
Machine Company, made an assignment
this afternoon to': protect his creditors.
Liabilities are said to be $180.000; assets
AN OLD-TIMER GONE.
Chicago, May 4.?Henry Keep, a very
wealthy old time real estate man, died
here to day at a very advanced age.
MEETING OF DTJNKARDS.
Harper's Ferry, May 4. ?The annual
meeting of Dnnkards from every part cf
the United States commenced here to?
day. The crowd of visitors is already
immense and 40 000 are expected in all.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets. f4- I am
using Armour's Chicago meats, which are
the best. J. J. Catogui's restaurant.
lNOKE, VA., WED]
NOW FOR TROUBLE.
The Dingley Bill Is Before the Sen?
ate for Action.
Washington, May 4.?The revised
Dingley tariff hill was xe'ported by the
lull Fenate committee on finance at 10
o'clock this morning. The debate will be?
gin May 7.
The sugar schedule has been considera?
bly changed. Machinery Imported for
the manufacture of beet sugar will ne ad?
mitted free. The maple sugar^duty is
four cents per pound. A duty of ten
cents per pound will be levied ou tea un?
til 1000. Hides are taken oft tho free list
and put on a cent and a half a pound.
Bituminous coal is taken out and made
dutiable at seventy-five cents a ton except
when mixed with shale, when tho duty
will be sixty cents. Slack coal is placed
at fifteen cents a ton.
The Senate bill provides for an increase
of the internal revenue tax on .beer by
changing to a dollar and forty-four cents
per barrel on all beer, lager beer, ale,
porter, and other similar fermented
liquors until 1000, when it will bo re?
duced to a dollar per barrel, the present
The retroactive clause of the Dingley
bill is stricken from the Senate bill. The
entire House provision relating to reci?
procity is stricken out, and a clause sub*
Stituted providing that any country pay?
ing the bounty for the production of goods
which may come to this country, direct
or indirect, paying an additional duty to
tho regular duty on such goods, shall be
changed covering the amount of the
; ANOTHER MESSAGE.
Recommending Indemnity for Italians
Lynched in Louisiana.
Washington, May 4.?President Mc?
Kinley to-day sent to Congress a message
concerning the lynching of three Italians
at Hahnville, La., ou the night of
August 8, 1800, named Salvatore Arena,
Giuseppe Venturella and Lorenza Sole
ridono. He recommends an appropriation
for the heirs of the persons without ad?
mitting the liability of the United States
in the premises.
The message, is accompanied by papers
from the Secretary of State. He reviews
the events when the lynching occurred.
Tho agent of the State Department who
was sent to Louisiana reported that one
of the men, Solaridino, hail resided in
Louisiana twelve years, and had voted;
Arena fi .-e years and had made a declara?
tion of his intention of becoming a citi?
zen, and Venture]la three years also had
had been a voter. Mr. Sherman says the
Italian ambassador promptly informed
this government that the lynched men
were Italian subjects and eutitled to the
protection of the king of Italy. The gov?
ernor of Louisiana has not been able to
present proof that tho men lynched had
actually voted, though it was believed
they had. He says the case was similar
to the lynching in New Orleans in 1^91.
Without ."acknowledging the legHl lia?
bilities of persons lynched, Congress had
appropriated money for the indemnity of
persons so lynched. The Secretary
recommends that ifti,000 be appropriated
to be distributed by the Italian go\ em?
inent among the heirs of the persons.
IT HAS ARRIVED.
The big Concert. Grand, probably the
largest piano ever seen iu "Roanoke, has
been received by Hobbie Piano Company.
This magnificent instrument was shipped
direct from the manufacturers in New
York especially for "the Roanokc Choral
Society concert, to be given on May 14,
at which time Miss Kate 'Hull-Bundy,
the well-known Philadelphia pianist,
will play. Tc hear Miss Buudy "on this
superb piano will alone be worth the
price of admission.
REMOVED BY HARRISON.
Republican Members of Civil-Service
Commission Forced to Go.
Chicago, May 4.?Mayor Harrison to?
day removed John M. Clark and Christo?
pher Hotz, lit punlicnn members of the
civil service commission, on charges of in
competency and neglect of duty.
Adolph Kraus, Democrat, was appoint?
ed to succeed Mr. Clark, and ex Mayor
Hempstead Washburne, Republican, was
named to succed Mr. Hotz.
The mayor tried to secure the lesignu
tlon of the two commissioners, but they
refused to resign. He then directed their
JURY FAILED TO AGREE.
Damage Suit for $10,000 Exciting Much
Petersburg, Va., May 4.?The corpora?
tion court was engaged again to-day In
tho trial of the suit of W. T. Crawford
vs. Richard Harrison, for $10,DC0 dam?
ages, for malicious prosecut'on. The case
was given to the jury to night, and after
deliberating ior two hours and n half
they ciune into court and reported that
they could uot agree on a verdict. They
were then adjourned over to 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning. The case excites
much interest, and the courtroom was
packed to-day. Several ministers were
among the spectators.
A BRUTAL CAPTAIN.
New York,May 4.?United States Com?
missioner Shields this afternoon an?
nounced his decision in the case of Cap?
tain Edward W. Reed, the skipper of the
American clipper ship Thomas F. Oakcs,
whose surviving sailors accused 'him of
cruelty in not furnishing - sufficient food
on their recent long and deadly voyage
from Hong Kong. The commissioner de?
cided that tho facts in "case warrant him
in placing the matter iu the hands of the
Federal grand jury for indictment and
the inhuman captain was accordingly
held tor action.
BONDS DECLARKD INVjvLII).
Louisville, Ky., May 4.?Judge Toney,
in the law court and equity court this
afternoon, handed down his decision de?
claring to be invalid fV>00,000 worth of
this city's S per cent, bonds purchased
last month by the New York Security
and Trim Company.
Malaga Grapes and California Pears.
J. J. Catogni.
STES DAY, MAY 5,
Charged Senator Morgan With Gob?
bling and Stealing.
THEN" DISCLAIMED ANY OFFENSE.
AN INTERCHANGE OF |6HARP
WORDS AT THE SENATE SES?
SION?THE SOUTH CAROLINA
SENATOR ENTERS A DEBATE IN
A MOST CHARACTERISTIC
FASHION AND RUFFLES SENA?
TOR MORGAN'S USUALLY
Washington, May 4.?A lively ex
chnngo of compliments between Senator
Morgan, of Alabama, and Senator Til!
man, of South Carolina, marked the ses?
sion of the Senate yesterday afternoon
The free homestead bill was under con?
sideration,and an amendment was offered
by Mr. Morgan giving all public lands
not taken up by the homestead entry on
January 1, 18i)l), to the several States and
Territories for educational purposes.
Considerable opposition was at once man?
ifested, Mr. Tillman being especially ear?
nest. He advanced down the middle aisle
until abreast of Mr. Morgan, and then in
his characteristic explosive style, with
an index linger aimed at the Alabama
Senator, began firing a volley of ques?
tions on the justice of giving all the gov?
ernment lands to land States,thus depriv?
ing the other States of Federal aid to ed?
"Don't von suppose." said Mr. Till?
man, "that we have as many poor chil?
dren needing education as you have, and
as a matter of decency do you propose to
gobble up all these lauds:-"
"lam not a gobbler," returned Mr.
Morgan, "so that the rules applying to
gobblers do not apply to me."
Mr. Tillmau insisted that the Morgan
proposition meant that one class of States
was to gobble np all the lands. He added
that his State had already done much for
Mr. Morgan's State, peopling it and re?
deeming it from tho Indians.
",'f so," replied Mr. Morgan, with a
touch of sarcasm, "I am willing to vor?
to return to Smith Carolina all the peo?
ple she ever gave, to Alabama."
"I have never heard it insinuated they
were not respectable people," said Mr.
"Respectable and poor," observed Mr.
"Yes, poor, God knows," continued
Mr. Tillman, "and because we are poor
we protest against your stealing what
they have left."
For the first time Mr. Momun showed
signs of irritation,and turning to the pre?
siding officer, Mr. Mantle being tempora?
rily in the chair, he protested against the
use of the words "gobble" and "steal?
ing." Without waiting for a ruling
from the chair, the colloquy proceeded.
"If it is not stealing it is very much
akin to it," remarked Mr. Tillman.
Mr. Morgan said it was not surprising
to hear of "stealing" from a Benator who
had proposed to relieve bis State from
the Fedenl taxes on liquor.
"We have 'made the liquor laws of
South Carolina so as to benefit the poor,
educate the children, reduce drunken?
ness one-half, and shut up every barroom
in the State," responded Mr. Tillman.
He added that he would later discuss the
South Carolina liquor law, showing how
it could be well applied toother States.
Mr. Morgan, somewhat ruffled, said he
would not have entered upon this subject
if he had thought it would leail the Sen?
ator (Tillman* Into such an intoxicating
strain. He insisted, he said, on the or
derly conduct of the business of the Sen
ace, and he was not to be taken off his
feet by intrusions.
"There was no purpose to take the Sen?
ator off hir feet," asserted Mr. Tillman.
"I have been here a long time," con?
tinued Mr. Morgan, "and this is the first
time a Senator had attempted to take :ne
off my feet by remarks personally offen?
sive, even though uttered in a spirit of
levity and band!nage."
After Mr. Morgan had discussed the
merits of his amendment, Mr. TiUmii"
secured the floor and disclaimed any pur?
pose to speak flippantly or discourteously
to Mr. Morgan, or to take him off his
feet. This closed the incident,which had
been followed with much interest by Sen?
ators and spectators.
Mr. Morgan finally withdrew his
amendment, in order not to embarrass
An agreement was then reached that a
final vote on the bill be taken at 0 n. m.
to morrow and the Senate adjourned.
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FARMER CASE ABANDONED.
Lynchburg, May 4.?The common
wealth's attorney to-day in the corpora?
tion court entered a nolle prosequi in the
case of W. .1. Farmer, wIid, several
months nirc,wus arrested on thechariK of
unlawfully disinterring dead human
DIED ON TUB WAY.
Washington, May 4.?James A. Mc?
Kenzie, of Kentucky, United States min?
ister to Peru, died on the steamer in mid
ocean while enroute home from his post
Aberdeen, Scotland May 4.?a collision
occurred to-day olT Girdleness Light?
house between the Hritlsh steamer Colly
inee and Gringoe. The Collytnee sank
and the crew were drowned, jj
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE,
At Chicago?St. Louis 2: Chicago 5.
At Washington?New York (5, Wash?
At Brooklyn?Baltimore 3, Brooklyn 1.
At Boston? Philadelphia. 2, Boston 5.
game postponed on account of wet
At Cleveland?Ci ucln uati-Cleveland
game postponed on account of wet
STAXDIXti OK THE CLUDS.
St. Louis ..
V. P. I. WINS.
Boauoke College Loses a Game at Blacks
Blacksburg, \Yi\., May 4.?(Special)?
The chappies had a great time with their
bats to day and won handily from Roa
noko College in a game marked by some
very brilliant'flehling on both sides. For
Blacksburg, Whltehurst played iu mag?
nificent form, leading his team both at
the bat and in the field. Trendwell and
Wilkins also played a fine game and Mar?
tin made a great,catch in deep light
For Hoanoke College, Gale at second
and Meade at third put tip a brilliant
game iu the field, and* Coogher made a
sensational catch of a short [line drivo to
centre. Both catchers did good work.
Over.confidenco on the part of the V.P.
1. boys came very near losing tho game
for them in the ninth inning, when Joose
playing allowed Roanoke to tally five
The V. P. I. team will'play tho Wash?
ington and Lee team in Roanoke on May
!S, and on Saturday, May 15, comes their
great game with the V. M. I , which has
been the chief topic in baseball circles
throughout the State for the past several
weeks. This also is to be played in Roa?
Score by Innings.
R. H. E
V. P. 1. 0 0 2 2 2 5 0 1 0?12 18 5
R'k'e College 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 5?10 12 7
Summary?Earned 'runs?V. P. ' I. 4;
Roanoke, 2. Three base hits?Tread
well, Whitchurst. Two-base hits, Tread
well, Jewel, Boogher. Sacrifice hits?
Meade. Passed ball?Meade. Bases on
halls?Starke, 3; Johnson, 2; Thompson,
2. Hit by pitcher?By Johnson, 1;
Thompson, 3. Left'cn bases?V. P. I.,
13; Roanoke, (5. First base on errors?V.
P. I., 5: Roanoke, 3. Stoleu bases?Her?
bert, Wilkins 2, Holt, Treadwell, Gale,
Meade P. P., Logan 2, Time of game?
Two hours. Umpire?Mr. Lipop. Bat?
teries: Johnson. Starke and Harrison; P.
R. Meade and Thompson.
One of the
New Things in Neuliukr sunns this
SKASON is MADE OK FltEXCII
KI.ANNKL, MIX'KD WITH BILK
?SOFT as down AND VERY
COMFORTABLE. WHITE COL?
LARS AND CUKFS AUK WOKS
with it. It's VRUY SWELL.
We've all the other
kinds, too?50 CERTS, 01?.
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
DR. TALMAGE'S GREAT WORK.
Over $100,000 and Corn to Fill Fivo Ships
Raised for Famine Sufferers.
Chicago, May 4.?The two weeks' tour
of Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, I). 'D., In
behalf of the starving millions of India,
was concluded here this evening with
two great meetings held in the audito?
rium and in Central Music Hall, half a
mile apart. Many thousand listened
with rapt attention to the earnest plea
put forth by the.elotpicut divine. Contri?
butions were prompt and generous, and a
goodly sum wivs added to the 'Iudin relief
fund'. Thus far altogether over $100,000
in cash and enough corn to fill fivo ships
have been contributed. Dr. Talmage
leaves Chicago for Washington to mor?
BAD CURRENCY IN CUBA.
Serious Character of Financial Situation
Havana, May 4.?To day La Lucha te
I fers editorially to the serious character of
the financial situation. This is aggra?
vated, it says, by the instability of the
government s resolutions as to bank bills,
and by the speculation in tho war issues.
At this inte, according to I.a Lucha, it
will soon come to pass that no one will
know the real value of a piece of paper
currency, or how far to depend upon it to
procure the necessities of life, in spite of
the government assurances that its
issues are current and redeemable at full
CABINET FEARS A CRISIS.
German and Russian Officers Among tho
Deail Found at Velestino.
Athens, May 1.?The cabinet remained
in council from midnight Sunday till
after 7 o'clock this morning. It Is evi?
dent that the crisis approaches.
The Athens correspondent of 'the Daily
Chronicle will say to-morrow that among
the dead on the Turkish side it Velestino
were a Gorman major and two Russian
tiAfiRBna Cur !?50 Buggies and
^n^LpTH. :<*."> Phaetons are the best
.?jf?WSjB&*\,'V1'1' sl't,xv" In Koanoke.
^^^p^^^^We can save > ou money
E ARM AN & I'LIPPO,
108 Salem avenue.
JUST RECEIVED car load Calcined
Plaster. Cheap to the trade. ,1. H.
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% Big Lot Nice Well Cared
f Country Bacon, f
| HAMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS. ?
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PRICE 3 CENTS
Germany is Very Much Excited
Over the New Tariff.
THAT COUNTRY WANTS OTHER
RATES THAN THOSE REPORTED
IN THE BILL NOW BEFORE THE
SENATE?LITTLE MARKET * IN
GERMANY FOR AMERICAN MAN?
EXPRESSED FOR COMMERCIAL
Washington, May 4.?United 'States
Consul Monoghnn, at Chemnitz, in a re?
port to the state Department, says that
Germany just now Is very much excited
about the proposed new tariff act for the
United States. Her hopes to extend and
increase her exports have been built on
other rates than those reported.
Reciprocity is regarded as the only way
in which to keep commerce within safe
and sure lines. Hopes are expressed that
commeicial treaties may Vie made be?
tween the United States and Germany,
but the consul feels that there is little
market there for our American manu?
factured products, and believes that were
our manufacturers to make half the
effort it\ Russia, South America and the
East that wculd be necessary in Germany
the returns would be five times as great.
Even natural products Germany would
not buy from us, could she get them as
cheap and gooiPolsewhere, says the con?
sul, who produces an array of figures to
show how our grain trade, once of large
proportions.has been turned by Germany
almost altogether over to Russia.
In conclusion, he earnestly enjoins
American manufacturers to patent their
machines and processes in Germany,
where our machines are now bought,
taken apart and successfully imitated.
Annual visits are made by German man
ulacturers to the United States to p'ck
up ideas. One man, the consul says, has
grown rich on one idea picked up in this
way, and has just sailed again to find
JUDGE HAMMOND'S FUNERAL.
Easton, Md., May 4.?The remains of
Judge Ormond Hammond, United States
treasurer at Baltimore, who died 'there
yesterday, wer? brought to "Solitude,"
his country estate in Talbot county, this
evening. Funeral services will be held
to-morrow afternoon and interment will
be in the family burial ground on the
estate. Judge Hammond was one of the
foremost Democrats on the Eastern
Shore. His estate covers two thousand
acres and he was lnrcely engaged in agri?
culture. He was chief judge" of the or?
phans' court of Talbot for twelve years.
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It stimulates the appetite and induces
more satisfactory digestion. 15c bottle;
$1.50 dozen. VanLear Bros. sole, agents
A BATTLE RAGING.
Arta, Greece, May 4.?Six thousand
Greeks, under the command of Col.
Bairactharis, while advancing on 'Penta
pagadin, were met by a large body of
Turkish troops and a severe battle is now
AN EDITOR IN PRISON.
Chicago, May 4.?Joseph R. Duulop,
former editor of the Chicago Dispatch,
who was recently sentenced to the peni?
tentiary for two years for"publishing and
sending through the mails obscene mat?
ter, went to .Toilet this afternoon to start
his prison life.
A RAILROAD MAN DEAD.
Brookfield, Mo., Mav 4.?S. R. Mudae,
traveling engineer of the Burlington and
Quincy railroad, died here this afternoon.
THIS WK AT H Bit.
Forecast for Virginia: Fair; light
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I Second-Hand Uptight |
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