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VOL. XVII. JSO. 1
Gold Dollars for 50c?
If a man offered you a gold dollar for
fifty cents you would hesitate to do busi?
ness with him until you Investigated the
real value of his dollar?it might not bo
i Mf a man offers you a hundred dollar
bicycle for $75, $00, $50, or any price but
$100 -Loo^ Outl It may be one of the
'?justas good" kind. Use common sense;
you can't buy gold dollars for fifty cents,
and you can'c buy hundred-dollar bicycles
of honest value unless you pay the price.
If you don't know want constitutes hon
est vwlue in a bicycle, seud for our cata?
log and learn about Frames, Bearings,
Chains and Tires?all peculiarly "Cleve?
We sell two kinds of bicvcles ?
$100 Worth?The Cleveland?Price $100
$ 75 Worth?The Westfield?Price $ 75
ROANOKE CYCLE CO., Agents.
Get the Genuine!
- Sterilized Malt is an ideal
-Spring Tonic, and especially
?indicated in convalescence,gen
-er/ll debility, loss of appetite
-and insomnia. It is non-nlco
-hoHc and aids digestion. It .
-renews the health and makes X
-the weak strong. 15c bottle,
r$l .50 dozen.
- Eighteen hundred bottles sold
-last year. X
\ MASSIE'S PHARMACY,
? Sole Agents for Roanoke.
For a Guess.
^-Guess the distance the hi* J
a-cycle runs in two weeks time, ^
0 -commencing at 5 o'clock ?
s? -Thursday, May (i, ending m
?P -same hcur on May 20, run- #
Q-ning 12 hours per day except %f
t -Sundays. One guess to one ^
T-parson. Seal in envelope 9
' J-with name anil send to store. ?
t '-PRIZE?Option, Ladies' ?
a-or Gentleman's Silver Watch. ^
a} -Cyclometer started at 5 4-10 a
9 ??""*"?'_ 5
t EDWARDS. GREEN $
a Mniuifucturiii? ?loweler, .?
2 6 SALEM AVE. J
a Ageacy Columbia and Hartford a
J Bicycles. J
1 Wo Are Going I
4 to Use This Space
I This Season Telling
I You About the...
ft THERE IS NO BETTER WHEEL ft
I ON THE MARKET. A
J Each One Fully Guaranteed. X
A WAT'ii This Space To-mouuow. ^
^ 10 Campbell Ave. W. ^
The Celebrated M EH LIN PIANO.
J. E. ROGERS & CO,,
IVo. 11 S. Jcilernoii Si.
POUCH'S BODY FOUJfD. *
Remains of the Mukwanago Murderer
Discovered in a Bond.
Milwaukee, Wis., May 18?The deid
body of William Pouch, who innrd -ivd
Farmer Harris and wounded Makhold,
bis hired man, nnil Miss Vesbuch, a do?
mestic, at the Harris home., near Mult
wanngo, a week ago. was found to day in
Hate's Pond, in Prospect. Hill The b lily
was easily identified, although it% was
badly bloated. Tne're was a bullet hole
mi the neck.
Pouch evidently waded into the pond
and shot himself. 11U bicycle irons,
which be. took from bis legs when he
abandoned his wheel, were found in his
Foreoast for Virginia : Fair and warir.ort
northeast to cast winds.
The Demands of Turkey Will Not
STILL. FIGHTING AT DO MO K O S?AN
ARMY OF 30,300 TURKS AD?
VANCE UPON THE GREEK
STRONGHOLD ? THE GREEKS
HRAVELY RESIST THE ATTACK.
UPON THE RESULT OF THE BAT?
TLE NOW BEING WAGED WILL
DEPEND THE RESULT OF THE
Constantinople, May 18.?All the pow?
ers have agreed to protest against the
cession of Thessaly to Turkey, and the
abolition of the capitulations.
The Snbah, a newspaper of this city,
publishes a dispatch from Larissa, which
says that, according to the stories told by
Creek deserters, the Greek forces are
abandoning Domokos, owing to lack of
ammunition and food.
The governor of .Tanina telegraphs that
a division of Turkish troops, under Un?
man Pasha, after having fought .for two
days before Ai ta against much superior
forces of Greeks,has succeeded in inflicting
great tosses upon the enemy, and has dis?
lodged the Greeks from the strong posi?
tion which they occupied.
The representatives of the powers held
a long meeting yesterday, and drew up a
note which will be presented to tho Turk?
ish government as soon as one of the Am?
bassadors receives the necessary instruc?
tions from bis government. This note
does not deal with the ^peace conditions,
but merely repents the request for an ar?
mistice, and declares that the powers will
not permit Greece to be crushed.
Although it is assured in some quarters
that the Porte in accordance with East?
ern usage, has demanded more in order
to obtain less, it is pointed out tl at if the
Turkish government desired to bargain it
would not have formulated its conditions
The tone of the military officials hero
and elsewhere is most emphatically
against abandoning Thessaly. They ar?
gue that if ^Europe has been unable to
make Greece evacuate Crete, bow will
Eurepe be able to force Turkey out of
FIGHTING AT DOMOKOS.
Athens. May lb.?During the afternoon
a dispatch was received |from the crown,
prince dated Domokos, at 2 p. m., saying!
that at that hour the Greeks were stllM
holding their positions at Domokos.
The crown prince was present during
M. Halli when he called at the legations
protested to the ministers against the
Turkish attack on Domokos and Almyros
when Greece, at the instance of the pow?
ers, was acting purely on the defensive.
The most intense excitement prevails
here. All the cabinet ministers have
been assembled since noon at the minis?
try of marine, where the dispatches from
the fronb'are bsing received. The gravity
of the situation canrot be overestimated.
> Dispatches sent, from Domokos at 7 p.
ni. say that the Greek left wing has fallen
buck toward the centre before thrice the
number ot Turks. The battle continued
after sunset, but, despite the yielding of
the left wing, the Turks were finally re?
pulsed. General Mavromichaelis was
A dispatch sent from Domokos at noon
by way of Lamia says:
"Thirty-five thousand Turks, infantry,
cavalry aud artillery, have attacked tne
Greek line at several points of the left
wingnnd^the centre with a view of pene
tiatiug southward and suriouuding Dom?
okos. Largo forces are also attacking
TURKEY'S DEMANDS EXCESSIVE.
St. Petersburg, May 18.?The newspa?
pers of this city protf st vigorously against
the '"excessive and unacceptable" condi?
tions which Turkey demands as the price
of peace,with Greece. They declare that
if Turkey insists upon them Europe will
be obliged to abandon mediation.
Tiie'Novge Vremya says that in the
event of "Turkey's insistence upon the
terms she has proseiited, the powers will
have tc take practical measure* to "pre?
serve Greece from the pretensions threat?
ening her national existence."
j ?London, May 18.?The conditions pro?
posed by the Por^e as the terms of peace
with Greece have been freely discussed in
the lobbies of parliament'to-day, and the
idea of the retrocession of Thessaly and
of such an indemnity a3 is already sug?
gested is ridiculed as impracticable and
Paris, May 18.?The Temps,referring to
the peace terms demanded by Turkey,
says: "Europe cannot consent to the ces?
sion of Thessaly. On the firmness of the
powers now displayed depends the suc?
cess of the whole scheme for reforms and
the peace of Europe."
FIGHTING IN THESSALY.
Headquarters of the Greek Army,
Domokos, May 18, 4 p. m.?The Turkish
attack on the Greek right wing began at
2 o'clock this afternoon, but the flank at?
tacks'are considered to be feints, and it
is believed the main attack of tho Turks
will be made upon the Greek centre,
where Crown Frince Constantine is in
com in and.
Two Greek cannon arc doing great exo
cuthn on the principal Turkish column,
which is advancing through the hills.
The Turkish infantry at several points
Is if. contact with the Greeks.
It is bslieved here that tho attack on
General Kmolenskt near Almvros is only
a strategic operation, mid that the Turks
will endeavor to cut between the two
Greek armies, occupy the road leading to
the Orthy Mountains and thus cut off the
retreat of the crown prince.
A BIG FIGHT IN PROGRESS.
Lamia, Tnessaly, May 18., 4/.10 p. m.~
Fighting, as this dispatch is sent, Is In
JNOKE, VA., ?ED>
progress all along the nne between the
Greek and Turkish forces.
GREEK INT RETREAT.
Corfu, May 18.?The Greeks have re?
treated to the froptler of Eptrus after a
heavy fight. About thirty-four officers
and a thousand men wero lost.
A panic prevails nt Artu, on the Greek
frontier, ns a Turkish invasion is feared.
Colonel Manos has been recalled, And
Nicholas Smolensk!, brother of General
Smolensk!, takes command.
CRUSHING DEFEAT FOR GREEKS.
London, May 18.?The Dally Tele?
graph's special correspondent with the
Turkish forces in Thessuly, telegraphing
Inte last night, sars: "Edhem Pasha has
moved on trom point and finally occupied
Domokos. The Greeks have sustained a
NO MORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED.
Ahenst, May 18.?The Greek govern?
ment has issued a proclamation announc?
ing that it does not desire any further
volunteers, explaining that there are al?
ready many volunteers iu Athens for
whom it is impossible'.to find employment.
BAD IMPRESSION IN EXCHANGE.
London, May 18.?The demands of Tur?
key as the price of peace, which are
classed ns exorbitant, have made a bad
impression on the Stock Exbange here.
Prices have fallen in all departments, re?
vealing the existence of fear that political
complications of a serious character may
GANDIA WITHOUT WATER.
Candla, Island'of Crete, May 18.?The
insurgents having cut the conduits above
the town, Can diu is now without a water
Greece Mighty Anxious for the War
Athens, May 18.?Premier Ralli stntcd
here to day that lie has Informed the min?
isters of the powers that unless an armis?
tice is quickly concluded the government
will issue an appeal tc Hellenism, culling
upon all able-bodied men to take up arms
in defense of the fatherland, which Is now
in danger, and that a royal summons will
ie issued to the entire "landstruni" and
peasants, who will also be armed. This
news has caused intense, excitement here.
The feeling in official circles is very
WHITE FLAG HOISTED. ;
The Turks have hoisted a white flag at
Aria, from which it is judged that the
Turkish commander has received in?
structions to arrange with the comman?
der o*f the Greek army for an armistice.
This will no doubt end the war.
tTHE SULTAN'S GOOD WILL.
^Constantinople, May 18.?Official an?
nouncement is made here to-day that the
Sultan has proclaimed a suspension zT
hostilities with Greece, the object being
to show his good will for the powers.
A FLAG OF TRUCE.
Athens, May 18.?The Turks have
hoisted a flag o' truce at Lmaret and sent
delegates to Aria to arrange terms for an
armistice. The same proceeding was en?
acted by the Turks at Domokos
Now for a Change
Have you noticeo what
particularly nice looking
garments we've deen show?
ing? We've everything
worth having in SUMMER
wool, silk, i.isle thread,
IIALUItlGGAN and nainsook.
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY.
Four Kentucky Men Engage in a Fight
and One Will Die.
Lebanon, Ky., M%y 18.?Four men
participated in a shooting affray six miles
from New Mark, this county, yesterday,
as a result of which John Johnson was
fatally wounded in the left breast and
George Sturgeon was painfully wounded
in the left arm. William und Henry
Johnson were uninjured.
The three 'Johnsons, father and two
sons, were arrayed 'against George Stur?
geon, owing to a difficulty of long stand?
ing, that was brought to a climax by Stur?
geon accusing the Johnsons of applying a
torch io his barn and setting it afire.
The two wounded men 've.re brought to
Lebanon to-day for treatment. The other
two have fled.
TOOK CARBOLIC ACID.
Chicago, May 18.?Dr. Albert Rohling,
a wealthy and prominent dentist of this
place, suicided today by taking carbolic
Yost-Huff Co., Limited, ordered an?
other largo lotof those celebrated "Acme"
ELKS FACTIONAL FIGHT ENDED.
Cincinnati, May 18.?Tho Cincinnati
lodge of the Order of Elks has received
instructions from the grand exalted ruler
for the reinstatement of former Grand
Secretary Allen O. Myers to all his rights
andmivilegcp. This is the last of the
tactwhnLfight in the order.
ASS AR TIES ANir ALL
new shapes a n i >
shades in LADIES'
Low Shoes, a small
lot Ladies' tan ox?
fords, new shades
AN iJ shapes, made
AT cost TO manufac?
turer of *1.30 per
pair. Wr. sell ttiesk at that price.
IT's A .lOB?only about 300 pairs AT
that price, No duplicates. get a
pair quick if yqu will need shoes this
year, roanoke shoe co.,
Spot Gash Money-Savers.
The best bargains in buggies and har
i neas at Yost-Huff Co'?.
[ES DAY, MAY 19,
Opposition to the Re-election of
Rev, W. J. Shuey.
A PROPOSED NEW MARRIAGE
CEREMONY CAUSED A GENERAL
LAUGH AT THE CONFERENCE
YESTERDAY?THE ELECTION OF
OFFICERS WILL TAKE PLACE
ON THURSDAY?THE AGENT OF
THE CHURCH PUBLISHING
HOUSE WILL BE OPPOSED FOR
Toledo, Iowa, May 18. ?Bishop J. S.
Mills, of Oregon, presided over the United
Brethren General ^Conference to-day.
Considerable merriment was occasioned
wren Rev. A. E. Davis, of Ohio, read the
report of the committee on church for?
mulas recommending a new marriage cer?
emony to take the p'ace of the one now
in use. throughout the church. The pro?
posed new ceremony began "God be mer
cltul unto us, etc." This sentence in the
connection in which it was made to ap?
pear struck the humorous side of tho con?
ference and a general outburst of laughter
and applause followed the ; reading. Tho
sense of the conference was decidedly ex?
pressed in favor of the old formula.
The announcement that the election of
general church ollicers .woulil take place
on Thursday] directed attention toward
that subject, although there is less inter?
est in it than at .former general confer?
ences, and yet no one can".tell what a day
may bring forth, ft^is probable that the
bishops will; all be re-elected, notwith?
standing the fact that in one or two in?
stances the vote promises to be far from
There is also considerable effort to con?
centrate opposition against the re-election
of Rev. W. .1. Shuey as agent of the
Tditirch publishing bouse. Mr. Shuey has
held tho position thirty-two years, hav?
ing been re-elected at consecutive general
conferences. Rev. W. R. Funk, of Greens
burg, Pa., and Mr. A. F. Kunoker. of
Missouri, an; mentioned for tho place.
Mr. Shuey's defeat does not seem at all
probable, as his friends are numbeYed
among the most prominent members of
Rev. A. P. Funkbouser, of Virginia,
presented a resolution that committees*
which have charge ol financial matters be
directed to keep before them the neces?
sity of retrenchment and reducing ol" ex?
penses, and to make their reports accord?
The committee 'on general conference
entertainment report..1. ?he amount con?
tributed for mileage and boartU:-."' of del?
egates to be $4,000,' which is if 1,000 short
of the required amount. The 'conference
decideil that the presiding'elders of the
delinquent conferences be made' responsi?
ble for the collection of the deficit. This
action created a breeze among the seventy
presiding elders who are members of the
conference, but the 'recommendation was
approved by an overwhelming vote/
Rev. J. T. Roberts, of Indiana, sub?
mitted the report on the state of the
church, which gave a general review of
tin growth of the different departments
of denominational work. It was recom?
mended (hat a standing committee on
temperance and the liquor^traflic be ap?
pointed, which shall have authority to
represent the church on the temperance
question during the interim of the Gen?
Frederick, Mil., is making a strong
effort to secure the General Conference in
We give lessons on our Au?
tomatic Bicycle Instructor
free of charge. Come and see
r*liow easy it is to learn.
Bicycles from $10 up.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
108 Salem Avenue.
MASON MARKS THREATS.
May be a Clasii Between Morgan Reso?
lution and the Tariff Bill.
Washington, May 18.? There is a pos
gihility of a clash between the friends of
the Cuban belligerency resolution and of
the. tat iff bill. The advocates of the Co?
han resolution apprehend that thoir op?
ponents will make an e.Tort to prevent a
vote, before next Monday, when the tariff
hill is to be taken ! up under agreement.
Senator Morgan is hopeful of securing a
vote before that time.
Senator Mason, who is an enthusiastic
supporter of tho Cuban cause, said to?
night that if a vote should bo prevented
this week by filibustering tactics, the
tariIT bill could not. be taken up Monday.
"We must haven, vote on Cuba before the
tariff is considered," he said, "or we
shall see some filibustering SUCh as the
Senate is not used to."
FISHING AND PICNIC EXCURSION
to l'.uchana, Arcadia and Natural Bridge
Station. We will run an excursion on
Saturday, May 22, 1807. Leave Roanoke
ut S a m., arriving at Natural Bridge at
0:30 a. m. Leave Natural Bridge at 5:30
p in., arriving au Roanoke at 7 p. m.
Will stop at Buchanan and Arcadia going
and returning. 75 cents for round trip.
Go if you wane to have a good time. Tiek
et-on sale at Johnson .V Johnson's and
ciias. Lyledrug stores,and Roanoke Cycle
WOR'OHAM ?s GRAHAM, Managers.
BIG FIRE IN NASHVILLE.
Nashville, Tcnn., .May 18.?Fire this
morning destroyed several warehouses.
Diekens' largo whiskey storehouse and
Warren Brothers' paint and oil ware?
houses were burned. The Western Union
offices were threatened.
CALL FOR BANK STATEMENTS.
W ellington, May 18.?The comptroller
I of the currency has issued a call on nn
I tlonal banks for a statement of their con
j ?Uilon attheclCReof business last. Friday.
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Pittsburg?Pittsburg, 5 runs, 9hits,
4 errors. New York, 11 rnus, 10 hits, 4
errors. Batteries: Hawley aud Merrltt;
Doheney and Warner.
At St. Louis?St. Louis, 3 rnns. 6 hits,
2 errors. Brooklyn, 6 runs, i ;hlts, 4 er?
rors. Batteries: Donohue and Murphy;
McMahon and Smith.
?T7At Louisville?Louisville, 11 runs, 9
bits, 0 errors. Baltimore, 14 rnns, 14
hits, 5 errors. Batteries: Frazer and
Wilson; Corbctt and Clake.
At Cleveland?Cleveland,6 runs,6 bits,
2 errors. Washington, 5 runs, ? hits, 1
error. Batteries: 'Cuppy and Zimmer;
Mc.Tames and McGalre.
At Cincinnati?Cincinnati, 13 runs, 15
hits, 1 error. Philadelphia, 2 runs, 11
hits, 3 errors. Batteries. Diioman and
Schriver; Taylor and Boyle.
At Chicago?Chicago, 11 runs, 1" bits,
2 errors. Boston, 5 runs, 10 hits, 3 er?
rors. "> Batteries: Briggs and Donahues
Lewis and Bergen.
AMONG THE AMATEURS.
Little Champions, 35; White Oaks, 23.
Batteries: Armstrong and Knight; Leslie
UNCLE SAM ACCEPTS.
This Government Willjie Represented at
the Fleuch Exposition.
Washington, May 11*.?The Senate com?
mittee ou international exposition re?
ported favorably to-day a joint resolution
accepting the invitation of the French
government to participate in the Paris
exposition of WOO. It also provided for
the appointment ol the necessary com?
missioners and appropriates ^350,000 to
BEACHED NO CONCLUSION.
New York, May 18.?The tailor striker*
held meetings in several, different balls
to night, but came to no definite conclu?
sion as to a settlement of the difficulty.
Over 2,000 more tailors walked out this
evening. The strike is now general.
STEAMER IN DISTRESS.
New York, May*18.?The steamship Bo?
hemia, from Baltimore for Hamburg,
passed Bandy Hook late this afternoon,
apparently in distress. She bad n heavy
list to starboard.
POWDER MILLS BLOW UP.
Harrisburg, Pa., May IS?Tho Corning
powder mills, located at Specceville, this
State, blew up with awful force this af
ternc >n. Foreman Dewitt was instantly
killed and several were badly .Injured.
The shock was felt ior several miles.
MAY BE IMPEACHED.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 18.? Th i Flor
ida house of representatives to day dectd
ctLtaiaineach . St?te Treasurer Clarence
B. Collins for alleged ."'high crimes and
misdemeanors, I ncom potency, malfeas?
ance in oflice and other conduct detri?
mental to the public good.1'
LIABLE TO DIE.
Chicago, May 18.?Ex-Mayor Swift is
dangerously ill with congestion ot the
./oinach and much doubt is expressed as
to bis reo*>ror;.',
SLIGHTLY USED ?100 Ul'RIG ifT~ 1M
ANO FOR $275?518 PER MONTH.
One slightly used upright piano, al?
most good as new, which origina'ly sold
for $400, in perfect order aud tune, war?
ranted seven years, for the low price of
$275 on s8 per month. \o interest. Hob?
ble Piano Co.. Salem avenue, near Com?
LOST HIS MIND? *? "
Owensboro, Ky., May 18.?W. J. Mc
Connell, a noted temperance lecturer, of
Cleveland. Ohio, became suddenly de?
ranged while delivering a lecture hero to
ALDERMEN GET SALARY.
Springfield, 111., May 18.?Tho legisla?
ture to-day passed a law allowing cities
to pay aldermen a salary of if 1,000 per
HE STICKS TO IT.
Philadelphia, May 18?Hon. John Wan
amaker, in an interview today, said that
he had no idea of apologizing for the
speech bo made, last Friday night He
had no idea of defending that speech, and
would at any time reiterate the senti?
ments he then expressed.
& DRINK CO KO CALISAYA,
The pooulnr anti-Malarial bev?
erage and Nerve Tonic. Coniy
posed of ('oca. Kola aud Calisayu:
with the Phosphates, making it a
pleasant and effective drink. On
M A SSI E'S PHARMA C V.
Ice Cream Soda, Kgir Phosphate and
Fro/en Fruit Ices. Five Cents.
PATRICK COUNTY MAN HURT
Raleigh, N. C, May 18.?An elderly
man, with his throat cut, from ear to ear,
was found on the public highway near
Reidsvltle yesterday. He could not artic?
ulate, but wrote on a s'ip of paper that
he was Charles Preston, of Patrick coun?
ty, Ya., a public school teacher, and had
been attacked by tv?o young white men,
who can led him into the depths of the
pine woods and cut his threat when they
found he had no money.
TO BE WOUND UP.
In order to speedily wind up the busi?
ness bitoly conducted by Walter S. Lang
don, on Commerce street, I have decided
to offer the whale lino of Men's and Chil?
dren's Headwear ai. the following prices:
$4.50 Hats at $8 75,
3.75 " ?? ,3t)0,
3.00 " " 2.00,
2.00 " " 1.50,
1.50 " " 1.25,
1.00 " " .75.
.75 " " .50,
.50 " " .38,
.25 " 44 .11).
This comprises the largest assortment
of Hats and Caps in tho State, all of
which are brand new and stylish. Tho
reduction also applies to very complete
lino ot umbrellas.
Fixtures will bo for sale as soon as
stock is disposed of.
A. B. COLEMAN, Trustee. ,
PRICE 3 CENTS
Peculiar Situation in the Kentucky
THE EIGHT OVER THE FUSION1
BILL RESULTS IN A VICTORY
FOR THE SILVER MEN?TWO
MEN CLAIM THE RIGHT TO PRE?
SIDE OVER THE SENATE, AND
BOTH OF THEM PROCEEDED TO?
DO SO?THE FUSION BILL WILL
FAIL OF PASSAGE.
Frankfort, Ky., May IS.?The fight .
over th<? Stephensou fusion bill was re?
newed In the senate to-day. The silver
Democrats insisted that Lieut. Gov.
Worthington vacate the?chair pending an
appeal from one of Ids decisions by Sen?
ator Bronston on the question of ''indi?
cating" members who are present but re?
fuse to vote. Governor Worthington,
backed by the Republicans aud gold Dem?
ocrats, refused to vacate the chair.
Senator Goebel, the president pro tern.,
who was presiding, peuding the appeal
from Worthington's decision, demanded
Ins right to the chair. The president re?
fused to recognize him, and lifting a chair
over the clerk s desk, Goebel took his
seat beside the clerk, and the two bodies
were in session amid the wildest confu?
sion. Bitter words passed between Sen?
ator Bronston, of the silver side, and Gov
ernor Worthington, of the Worthington
senate. The Worthington senate adjourn?
ed until 8 o'clock this! fifternaon, aud tho
Goebel senate, which, while in the minor?
ity, is backed bv the clerks and all tho
other officers, adjourned until live min?
utes before !t o'clock.
Later an agreement was made that both
senates should meet at il o'clock and ad?
journ uutil to-morrow at 11 o'clock, when
Senator Goebel shall .'he in the chair, and
the appeal si ill pending. The journal
will the nbegin where the clerk ceased to
act. This means that the silver minority
has won; that all the majority is not as
warmly for the fusion bill as they seem,
aud it will not be passed.
MAY BE HUNG JURY.
Bedford City, May 18.?(Special.)?In
case of the commonwealth vs. T. D. Berry
now on trial in liedtorrt county court, nU
the testimony on both sides was com?
pleted by noon to-day and argument was
commenced. Ml. Noel I opened for tho
prosecution. He will be followed by Mr.
Caskln, Judge Mann aud Mr. Coleman
for the defense, then Mr. Burroughs will
conclude for the commonwealth. The
argument will probably be concluded and
the ease given to the jury to-morrow
night. It is thought that there will be a
TWO RICHMOND FAILURES.
Ricfim 6*0.1, 3!"}V 18 ?Charles J. Harris,
doing business as tfiU-Old Dominion Cyclo
aud Supply store, made aiC'nWguinfiJtt
to-day. Mr. Harris began business here
a few weeks ago and not obtaining the
financial backing he expected; was forced
to tako this step. The deed was filed In
the chancery court this morning. Tho
liabilities are placed at $1,500.
Joseph J. Myer, a West Broad street
grocer, also filed a deed of assignment
SPITTERS MUST BE CAREFUL.
Washington, May 18.?The new order
of the commissioners prohibiting spitting
4P the street cars or any public passenger
conveyance goes into effect to-morrow.
Washington, May 18.?The Oregou Sen
ntorship case was argtud to day beforo
the Senate committee on elections ami
privileges. A decision is looked for next
CHAPMAN IN LUXURY.
Washington, May 18.?Chapman's first
day in jail was a regular ovation. His
cell is elegantly furnished and Iiis meals
are furnished by a hotel tS\
TO FIGHT BELLIGERENCY.
Washington, May 18.?Telegrams are
being sent in all directions calling on Re?
publican Congressmen to return to Wash?
ington at once SO as to be on hand Thurs?
day and vote against Mr. Bailey's amend?
ment to incorporate the Morgan resolu?
tion of belligerency in the Cuban relief
The best buggy for the money, thf?
"Acme," at Yost-Hutf Co's.
Lawn mowers at Yost-Huff Co.'s.
111 V THE ?
Standard of the World, ft
Robbie |mno Co.
Jj rnetoiy I'rlces. Kn*y l'aymonls.
5! No Interest.