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.JULIUS D. DREHER,
(i 27 2m President.
The Question Being Agitated in
JUDGE DIGGS, OP WEST POINT,
AND JUDGE RHEA, OP BRIS?
TOL, BOTH IN THE RACE FOR
THE HONOR?THE RICHMOND
MERCHANTS INAUGURATE A
MOVE TO SECURE THE.COUNTRY
TRADE RY LOW RAILROAD
Richmond, Vs., July 10.? (Special.) ?
The rmest ion as to who will he temporary
chairir.au of the Roanoke convention is
being very much discussed in political
circles in this city. 'The indications are
that the honor will fall on Judge Isaac
Diggs, of Welt Point. The name of
Judge Win. T. Rhen, of Bristol, is also
being used in this connection.
It is understood that there will be con?
testing delegations from Bristol and
should he be made chairman and then Iiis
delegation turned down, the judge would
lind himself In a rather peculiar position,
being the presiding oflicer of a body of
which be was not a member. Hon. E. W.
Saunders will not have a walkover for
permanent chairman. There will be sev?
-*1 Beginning"with to-morrow the Rich
mend State will, besides the regular af
ternoon edition, print a Sunday morning
paper. The price of the paper will be
after that date one cent.
An eifort is on foot in this city, inau?
gurated by the wholesale merchants, to
have the railroads make a special rate to
merchants, retail dealers and thell fami?
lies, who may desire to visit. Richmond
from the middle of August to the middle
of September. It is thought that if a
sufficiently low rate can be secured nearly
every country merchant in the State can
be gotten to Richmond this fall. It will
keep a great deal of the trade of Virginia
front going to Northern anil Eastern
DEATH AT BEDFORD.
Bedford City, Va.. July 10.?Very sud?
denly yesterday . afternoon O. W. Kelsey
expired at bis home at the Windsor
Lotel. Though a suflerer from organic
heart disease, the immediate cause ofjtis
death was cerebral hemorrhage. He was
a native of Salisbury, England,"though
since his youth he had resided here,
where he has filled various positions.
He married Miss Rosa Bell here, who,
with two children, Mrs. W. W. Berry,
Jr., ami Arthur Kelsey, survive him.
KING COTTON'S FALL.
Washington. July 10.?The''Govern
ment bureau of agriculture reports the
condition of the cotton "on July 1st as
eighty-six per cent, against eighty-three
and live-tenths per cent, last month, ami
ninety-two and live-tenths on July 1st
New York, July 10.?The Government !
report on cotton failed to influence the
market to-day. the figures having been
fully discounted. The trading is small,
and there are good reports from ::11
States, except Texas.
LARGE DELEGATION COMING.
Richmond, July 10.?The Tyler dele?
gates fr^in this city expect to travel to
Roanoke on an excursion that the Old
Dominion Democratic Club are talking
of running. Mr. Ellyson's delegates will
probably not go as a body. It is expected
that Richmond will send three or four
hundred people to Roanoke. The most
of them will go to stay two or three days.
HUSBAND AND WIFE CREMATED.
Plttsburc, July 10.?Samuel Brown,
an employe of?the Essen Coal Company,
and bis wife, Mary, were burned to death
this morning while asleep in their home in
Beadling, a nearby mining hamlet. The
house was totally destroyed, and nothing
but the charred bouts of the couple were
found in tho ruins. A lamp explosion
was the cause of the trouble.
Hon. C. B Bush, president of the Gil
met county (W. Va.) court, say- thai lie
has had three cases of flux in his family
during the past summer, which be cured
in less than a week with Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Mr. Bush also states, that in some In?
stances there were twenty hemorrhages a
day.?Glenvlllc, W. Va., Pathfinder.
This remedy has been used in nine epl
demies of flux and one of cholera with
perfect success. It. can always be de?
pended upon for bowel com plaint.even in
its most severe forms. Every family
should keep It at band. The 20 and 50
cent bottles for sale by H. C. Barnes.
?He puts up prescriptions."
It would appear from the record of the
pust few liny* that the clouds are break?
ing up nud the social sun is going to
smile upon us again. It's face lias been
so Ioiik hidden from us that we are will?
ful; to go forth to meet .it and to show
our appreciation of its appearance in any
fitting way that mav be uotv suggested.
We trust that its genial rays will peue
tr?te the innermoit parts of our soc'oty's
cold iuertia and w?rmet into its wouted
state of activity. This with apology, it
is metaphorical, if anything, and lias no
reference to the weather.
The Derthick Federation held a meeting
at the residence of Mrs. J. Allen Watts,
the president, on Tuesday eveuiug. The
object cf the meeting was social,although
some minor details were .ntteuded to.
This is the last meeting before the regu?
lar work begins in October. The uumber
of members is nearly thirty out of which
there are only about live men.
Miss Carey Ludwig entertaiued a few
of her young friends in honor of her sixth
birthday on Monday evening.
The young people at "the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Krueger also received their
friends last week. They entertained on
The german club mentioued last week
has been organized under .the most en?
couraging circumstances. There are now
twenty-four active members nud a num?
ber of others who wish to Join. Like the
old Roanoke german (dub, each new ap?
plicant for membership will he balloted
upon, which will luevent any embarrass?
ment upon the part of individual mem?
bers if tin- proposed name is rejected. It
is desired to make the club permanent
and to this end there will be honorary
and contributing members and a number
of ladies will be asked ,to be patronesses.
At the organization on Tuesday evening
Dayton 11. Miller was- made president of
the club, John Wood secretary and treas?
urer, and John Heid. W. V. Penu and
Edwin Fitzgerald chosen as an executive
committee. Invitations will be issued.
The first german given by "the club was
held at Blue Ridge .Springs on Friday
evening. It is hoped that it is evidence
of those that will follow. If so there need
be no fear of there not being many oth?
ers. It was more on the order of the Ger?
mans given there in the good old days
when one car would hardly hold the peo?
ple who wished to go. About fifteen
counles went from Roanoke. There were
twenty-live on the lioor. Mr. Fry, of
Coyner's, led, and there was not a hitch.
The music at the Blue Ridue is very good
and the guests "seem to enter into the
spirit of the occasion. Those present
were: Miss Marshall with Mr. Marston:
Miss Gertrude Marshall with Mr. Jack
Lee: Miss Kochler, of Hugerstown. witU
Mr. Prltchard; Miss Kilby with Mr. Tay?
lor: Miss Isbell, of Lyuohburg, with Mr.
Gdkeson; Miss Stacy with Mr. Davis;
Miss Terry with Mr. Denison; Miss Dor
ney with Mr. Wood; Miss Bcckeuhauuh,
of Hugerstown. with Mr. Miller: Miss
Palmer with Mr. Fitzgerald; Miss Em
mert, of Hagerstown, with Mr. Flsh
hurne; Miss Boss with Mr. W. W. Wil?
liams; Miss Wherrv, of Richmond, witn
Mr. Walter: '.Miss McAllister with Mr.
Thomas: Miss Morris with Mr. Eber
hardt: i.liss Dula with Mr. Fry: Miss Duia
with Mr. Tinsley; Miss Means with Mr.
Hall: Miss Moss with Lieutenant Wil?
liams: Miss Womack with Mr. Blanks:
Miss Dula with Mr. Van Lear; Mrs. G?r?
den with Mr. Gordon: Mrs. Goodwyn
with Mr. Goodwyn. Chaperones, Mrs.
Joseph W. Coxe, Mrs. Charles S.
Churchill, Mrs. .1. Allen Watts and Mrs.
Charles Jennings, of Ooyner'.-.
The men are just now earnestly consid?
ering what, to wear at warm weather en?
tertainments. There is nothing warmer
than a dress suit ami even when not so
warm in itself the feeling that one is
"dressed up" has a tendency to Induce
perspiration and lack of comfort. It has
always been a feature of the. germans at
lllne Ridge that the men could go in neg?
ligee if they wished. It is certainly much
more pleasant,but it would look better if
all wore neglige or all wore dress suits,
instead of some in one and some in
another. There are certain recognized
rules though that govern neglige cos?
tumes as well as those of dress suits, the
principal of which forbids combinations.
The proper thing is a duck suit or duck
trousers and a dark coat with pate it
leather shoes and a mild, gentle, shirt
with either detachable or non-detachable
coilar. Easter egg shirts "don't go" any
more than they would with a dress suit.
There is no objection to comfort, ladies
will permit that, but they have certain
ideas of coloring that are sensitive. It
must be understood that'HO*' makes none
of the above assertions upou his own re?
sponsibility. As, in a like instance some
time ago. Ruth Asbmore and a little vol?
ume entitled "How to Act When Com?
pany Comes" wili be given as a reference.
DEMAND FOK EIGHT-HOUR DAY.
Twenty-five Thousand Men May Quit
Work Next Tuesday.
London, July 10.?The committee of
engineers of the Allied Unions has issued
a notice to the members of thy unions in?
structing the latter that wherever ','."i per
cent, of the unionists are 'locked out on
Tuesday next the remaining .??*> per cent,
are also to go on strike.
On July (?, in consequence of the strike
of engineers*in London in support of
their demands for nn'eight-hour workday,
the Federated Employers' Association
posted notices throughout Great Britain
locking out 20 per cent, of the members
of the striking societies. It was then
understood that the societies would order
the remaining 75 per cent of their mem?
bers to leave work. Twenty live thousand
men will be affected.
DEATH AT ABlNGDON.
Ahingdon, Vn., July pi.?Mrs. Hart?
ley <'. White, widow of Newton K.
White, died at her home in this place at
(i o'clock this evening Mrs. White was a
Miss Lawson, of Rlchmond,"Va., and a
neice of General Graham, of the United
States army. The White family is one
of the wealthiest, oldest and most re?
spected in this section of the State. A
son and de tighter, both , grown, survive
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SEE THE CITY'S SLUMS.
Endeavorers Take In San Francis?
San Francisco. July 10.?To-day's pro
ceedtngs*and the incidents of tho great
convention have fully demonstrated the
fact that never before in the history of
this organisation of phenomenal growth
bus any of its annual gatherings been
crowned with such success. It has re?
quired the efforts of a big squad of police
to keen the people away from the monster
halls in which the meetings are being
held. For more than an ho--r before the
time set for tie- opening "of the services
this evening tho streets near Woodward's
and Mechanics' pavilions were literally
packed with men, women and children
eager for admission, an I a boost, before
sundown the buildlugs, capable of ac?
commodating 20,000, were so crowded
that the lire authorities positively re?
fused to admit any more of the Endeav?
orers or their friends. It is to the credit
of the police that admirable order was
maintained, and no casualty marred the
enthusiastic religious demonstration.
Thousands of people from the East
poured into town to day, and it is esti?
mated that not less than "85,000 visitors
bn^e already arrived, although several
trains'are still delayed. The arrange?
ments for the convention, made by Gen?
eral Secretary Buer, aided by the local
committees, are admirable, and every one
Slumming parties through Chinatown
nre being organized, and are proving a
source of peculiar attraction. To-day
almost seems to have touched the high
water mark of religious fervor, but it is
predicted that by Sunday a wave of even
greater excitement will sweep over the
city Withal, much hard, earnest work
is being done,and the practical results of
the convention will be surprising when
the full record is written
ADVANCE IN THE PRICE OF HIDES.
Large Sales Prompt Western Dealers to
Chicago, July 10.?The Chicago Shoe
and Leather Review of to-day says: "The
packers are completely sold out of cow
Indes of all weights and kinds, branded
and clear of brands. They have plenty of
native steer hides and a few Colorados,
but Texas steers are sohl close up to cur?
ing. Branded cows were cleaned up com?
pletely at the four markets at 0 11 cents.
This class of hides sold at 7 1 2 cents at
this time last year, and brought only 4
cents in duly. 181)1. The packers are
quoting native steer bides at 10 1-2 cents,
Texas at 10 1-1, and Coloradoes at 0. The
large sales of packer cow hides prompted
the dealers in the country bides to ad?
vance buffs to !? l- l cents."
LEPROBY IN JERSEY CITY.
Germs ol the Disease Located by Means
cf X Rays.
New York, July 10 -This afternoon
the Jersey City health board was notified
that Jasper Joyce, aged 80, ol Jersey
City Heights, bad developed a case of lep?
Two years ago Joyce seemed iu perfect,
health, but has been ill for two weeks.
County Ba^terologisc Kraus examined
Joyce, and by means of X rays located
leprosy germs. It is alleged that Dr.
Fox, of the Cancer Hospital of this city,
first diagnosed the ca.se as one of leprosy.
PIE COUNTER CLOSED.
No More Nominations Until Aftei the
Ad journment of Congress.
Washington, July 10.?It can be "an?
nounced on authority that with the pre?
sentation to the Senate of the long list of
diplomatic and consular nominations
which has been prepared, ?ml will go to
the Capitol Monday, or Tuesday, the
President will decline positively to make
another appointment of this character
until after the adjournment, of Congress.
This measure is inaphed by a desire to
spare useless importunities by s?ck<*rs
after diplomatic and consular places, and
also to afford the President some relief.
LIST OF THE OFFICERS.
Minneapolis, Minn., July 10.?The
members of the Grand Lodge of Elks
spent yesterday at Lake Minnesota.to?
gether with their friends. At an early
hour the following officers were elected
Grantl Exalted Ruler, Meade K. Det
wiler, llarrisburg, Pa.: Grand Exalted
Leading Knights, B. M. Allen, Birming?
ham, Ala.; Louis Hauser, Newark, N. .).;
Charles M. Foote. Minneapolis. Minn.:
Grand Secretary, G. A. Reynolds, Sagi
naw. Mil h.: Grand Treasurer, Ed. S. Or?
ris, Meadville, Fa.; Grand Tyler, Scott
Holmes. Cincinnati; Grand Esquire,
Lew. .V Clark, St. Louis; Grand Inner
Guard, George ..Meyer, Jr., Pittsburg;
Grand Chaplain, Rev. I. D. Timherlakc,
New Albany, Ind. Board of Trustees,
I Jerome B, Fisher, Jamestown, X. Y.:
Hunter A. Gracroft. Dallas, Texas. G. B.
A FRUITLESS SEARCH.
New York, July IC. ? Dredging for the
head'of Guldensuppe is hopeless The
work will be stopped tnls afternoon.
Harbor Police Captain Schultz said to?
day that he did not believe that the head
could be found. The work is carried on
now in a perfunctory manner. District
Attorney Mitchell says there is no neces
i sity for having the head to convict
Thorn and Mrs. Nack of the murder ol
EDWARD JETER. REPORTER.
There will be regular services to day at
the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches.
There will'be no services at the Episco?
pal,as the rector preaches at Rent Moun?
tain. C. K. Hell will preach in tho loom?
ing at the Lutheran, and at night mission?
ary services will be held. Rev. T. J.
Btrdpmnu, of Roanoke, will occupy Dr.
Taylor's pulpit in the 'morning, Dr. Tay?
lor preaching at thelniirning hour in the
Eirst Baptiit Church in Roanoke At
night Dr. Taylor will occupy his pulpit
"Misses Ella and Carrie Preston left
yesterday for a visit to friends in Bedford
Mrs. J. Lee Koiuer and little Marie,
who have been visiting the family ol Win.
.T. Moon, Sr., left yesterday for their
home at Crimora, Augusta county.
Joseph and Clay Chapman are visiting
>n the city, the guests of Mr. and "Mrs.
Mrs. Minnie Wcodson (nee Oakey) and
two children, of Norfolk, are .the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Oakey, at their
Main street home.'
Soltlon Hornor has just returned from
a little jaunt to South America. He
shipped in March from the port ot Haiti
more on a sailing vessel bound for Rio
Janeiro. It took him forty-seven days to
make the trip, nfter which he spent
twenty days in the capital of the new re?
public, enjoying the torrid weather an-'
gazing on the marble palace of the quan
dani Dom Pedro. Seldon gives glowing
descriptions of the land of diamonds, but
didn't bring any back with him owing
to the large duty on same. He says that
everything is very cheap over there, es?
pecially "drunks" which '.can be had at
tin' moderate price of one cent. He ".re?
turned, he said, for the simple reason
that he liked a change.
Some excitement was caused yesterday
by Laura Ooleman, colored, who about
12 o'clock fell heavily to the lloor in
Whitescarver Bros.' store. It was at first
supposed to be caused ".by tho 'heat, but
was afterwards discovered by Dr. Wiley
to be a fainting spell, to which she is
Miss Pearl Gordon, of Lalayotte, is vis?
iting her friend, Miss Myrta Preston.
A wag once remarked that "Farmers
nutko corn, corn makes licker and .licker
makes Democrats." It this be true there
will be a short crop of Democrats around
here this fall, as the corn from present
iml'cations will fail to materialize. Hut
then this is an off year anyway and be?
sides, "there are others."
Robert Pout/, and Charles Robinson
hail a lively scrapping match Friday even?
ing near the old freight depot, the facts
concerning which are still being investi?
gated by the mayor and his corps of as?
The friends of Mrs. Foley, of New Or?
leans, will learn with pleasure that she
and her daughter, Miss tiussie, will pass
through Salem Tuesday en 'route to the
Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs, where tl-ey
wtll spend the summer.
The following article Is a contiIbution
to the Salem column of The [Times from
the pen of the ouly original Ca pi. E. L.
Abbott, with headquarters near tho old
"We the citizens inhabiting th??t por?
tion of the town lylna south ot the Nor?
folk and Western railroad, in convention
assembled in the public street, jit 7:10 p.
in. .fitly 1), 181)7, decided to secede from
the city of Salem, peaceably if possible,
hut if not, then we declare war to the
knife?an eye for an eye and a tooth for a
tooth. The seceded territory commences
at Dry Branch near the old electric light,
plant, runninu on the south side of the
railroad to the overhead bridge near the
new paseuger station, thence along the
lane to the bridge over Roanoke rivet
near the Southern carriage factory, thence
along the northern nanks of the river in
a westerly direction to Dry Brauch,
thence along Dry Branch to the --tartlug
point near the light house, to be forever
known as tho "Elve Points." Wo pray
tiie llou. mayor and his cabinet will allow
ns to go out t nmolcsted. We will con?
tinue to trade with our mother city. Sa?
lem, and sister city, Roanoke, as the
newly passed tariff is so high as to pre?
vent us frcm trailing across the water
with tin* foreign counties of Franklin and
Through Professor A1 wood, of the V.
P. I., J. A. Strickler, of this place, has
been appointed deputy inspector of fruit
trees for this section, with the view to
discover. If possible, the location and oper?
ations of what is known as the aan Jose
scale. We learn that'a good many of
these scale insects have been located at
Sale;:;, Rig Hill, Rent Mountain, Cave
Spring ami Hoi 11 ns * Institute, at which
latter place one gentleman will loose ten
thousand peach trees. The insect, is said
to te prolific and deadly, having largely
increased since Iiis! discovered in this
locality. It seems that its ravages are as
yet unchecked by any application yet dis?
covered for its de.-.:ruction. It i-- an
enemy of the growing fruit trees, whose
habits und modes of propagaticn Is a se?
rious problem for the tanner and fruit
grower of the future, and unless eradi
cated by prompt measures piomiscs to
destroy the labor^of many years. Pro?
fessor Alwood will be in Salem on the
]5th and we shall take occasion to secure
facts concerning the deadly insect for
another article whcli will bo published
in The Times.
REV. DR. GIBSON ACCEPTS.
Richmond, Va., July 10.?The Rev.
Dr. R. G. Gibson, of Cincinnati, has
Officially acct pteil the office of bishop
coad'utor of the Episcopal diocese of
Virginia, to which he was elected at the
council held here recently.
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LOST.?One pair Ladies' Gold Glasses
in case marked "Horlne, Jeweler, Salem."
Reward if left at this cilice. 7 7 tf
FOB RENT,?One furnished room,
witll gas and bath, or three unfurnished
rooms suitable for light housekeeping.
Southwest corner Eighth avenue and
Roanoke street. (1127 tf
ANYONE WISHING TO BUY A
fresh cow and calf will do well to call on
W. C. Thomas, at 702 Stewart avenue,
or at his harness shop on Henry street.
7 S tf
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN?A
Yellow Fellow Btearnes bicycle?good
as now. Apply at Times office.
FOR SALE?Scholarship in the Roa?
noke National Business College. For
particulars apply to The Times oflice.
NOTICE Of HEKTINU.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Virginia Mineral
Springs Compauy will be held in tho
oflice of tho company, Commercial Bank
building,Roanoke, Va., on JULY 27, at4
o'clock p.m. HERMANN CRUEGER,
annual meet ins of the stockho'ders of
'Mho Iron Belt Building and Loan Asso?
ciation," will be held at the ollico of the
Association, room 810, Terry bitllefiug,
In the city of Roanoke, Yu.. on MON?
DAY, THE 20TH OF JULY, 1807, at 11
o'clock a. m.
E. B JACOBS, Secretary.
BUSINESS WOMAN TO TRAVEL
for old estab. Ilrm. .Permanent, (40 per
month and expenses. M,Z," Box 82, Phil?
adelphia, Pa. 7 11 It
WANTED.?Salesman for Roanoke and
on the road to sell our line line of house?
hold goods on monthly payments.
STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 21U
South Jefferson street, building formerly
occupied by postollice.
A. J. EVANS. V. M. H?TT. C. U. PRICE.
EVANS, B?ffet PRICE,
(Successor* to Evans Bros.)
Keep a Pull and Complete Line of
Every Article Known to the
Hardware Trade. We Invite
an Inspeci.ou ol' Our Stock and
22 Campbell Avenue.
-?:?r Schedule in Effect
May 2, 1807.
WESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE
S-.lOa m, (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate sta?
tions and the South and West. Pull?
man sleepers to New Orleans and Mem?
phis. Connects at Radford for Blue
Held and Pocahontas.
4:20 ji. in., the Chicago Express for Rad?
ford, Bluetield, E'ocahoutas, Keuova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman H?lfet Sleeper Roanoke to
Columbus. Also tor Pnlaski, Wythe
vlllo, Bristol, Knoxvllle, Chattanooga
and interir.. iliate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 7:50a. m.; 4:10 p. in.
From H?gers town 7:50 a. in.; 4:05 p. m.
Front Winston 1:15 p. m.
From Bristol and the West 1:35 p tn.;
H)::i0 p. in.
NORTH AND EASTBOUND, LEAVE
l:50'p. m. fi>r Petersburg, Richmond and
1:45 p. m. for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York.
10:45 p. in for Richmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleepers Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Richmond,
10:45 p. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleeper^ to Washington via. Shenan
doali .I unction and Baltimore and Ohio
Durham Division?Leave Lynchburg
(Union statlon)*datly, except Sunday,
4:00 p. m. for South Boston and Dur?
ham and intermediate stations.
Winston-Salem Division?Liave Roanoke
(Union station) 4:80 p. lit, and
8:00 a. m. daily, except Sunday (Camp?
bell street station), for Rocky Mount,
Martiusville, Winston-Salera and Intel
!' >r ill additional Iiiformation apply
at ticket office ortoW. B. Bevlll, General
Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Va.
M. F. Bragg. Traveling Passenger