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ALKX ANDIMA, V A.
THI i:sl>.W I \ i BTNG BEPT. Dajavm tbe aaaertion of the attorney for Mrs. Maigai.t M. Ila.v.y. of l'hiladclphia. alleged to be a mann facturer of tbe doped aoothlng ?yrop f,,r babiea known as "Moifa fort," that all tin' Lading politiciai.. of the soiiih.ii. s.etion ofthe Otoakei City were broughl up and thrivod on this ''ffbofeaomeremed) she was held nadertfiOObail forcourl a fe? days ago. A l'hiladclphia phvsi.ian. who liv? in a oatgbborhood inhabited prin cipally by peraona who aoaablng syrupa fm all ail Of children. and who i doetor at the proper time. tol.l of theeffe.i.s ..f th. Be medicinea. He deserihed t" the court how the (irilg habit was forn.ed in infants by giving them doped soolhllig svrups, alld spoke of the coi.dilioiis exiatillg ii. m .stitulions hu fcel.lc inindid ch.ldici. brought aboul l>y tl.e frequent uae ol Ibaae "remedles." Attelilioli has oc casionally during the paal third of a century heel. called to siispiccus rem edies which are sold to unsiispcctme mother-; for their offsprmg. A si'nsiAMMi. vi.toiy for Qreal Britain on perhapB the two most im portant points, a coiisolatoiy Inumph for the Unibd Statcs in the other Bve pointa, with a proapecl ?.f another arbitration later at the inalance of the Dnited Btatea government, ia the way tbe decision of The Hague tn bUUal lll the Newfoundlaii.l lishelics - is viewcl hy governmenl officialn in Washington. The decision.as atated S.stei.l.v, elilililiated the rigbl "f t"' United Btatea to ahare in the making and enforcemenl of "reaj.Bible regu lations" governing the fiaheriea in the disputed territory. The defeal of ihe Washington ooateotiona on tl"' firal point, wbich incfudea regulations as lo time and motbod of babing, is eepeci ally deplored in Washington. The other lost ground concc.ns the head land docttine. wheicin the Britiah oon* tention was that the three ma.in. iniles within which the I'mtcd - ngiaad not t<? lake, d.y 01 cure fiah, raaoaddbe meaaured from an imaginary line drawn aeroaa th.- mouth ..f a baj from headland l<> heatlland. "It is particularly important, Mr. K*k.spvcIi, "thai all moneyi re I or expended f >t campaign pui poaaa should be publicly accounted f<>i not only .after eleclioii, but before ,-lcction as well." ln this he is ever lastingly right. But the "before elec? tion as well" is an aftorthoughl born of tho clever jiolitician's .l.sii.- todnfi with what I.e conceivea t.> he tl.e popu lar (urre.it. It ia not bo long ainoe he iraadrilling into the people the argu nient that the publication ..f campaign expauaea before election would work grave injury to candidates, the motivee of contributera t>> whoae eainpaign flllids would he .sell.ilisly misc. ...st l lled That was when his own Ol woukl have been gored by pre-election publieitj Oiit.stanccs alie. caaea. St. BJ i u;Y ol W\i: Dl. kiss.in i aotling a lot of Brathand information about the atate ..f ciriliration in the l'hibppines. He has been a party in interest to an aaaaeetnatioii plot; he has traoatvad petitiona f..r independence hy tbe Viaoayaa Filipinoaand demonatra coiis of loyalty from Moro navagc?. Aud now a revoll has broken out in the provinceof Iloccoa. beaded I.y a former governor ti.ri.e.l outlaw. Tbe inforniatio.i th. riaiting aecretary will bring home will be as extraordinary in quantity as m eharacter,8aya thr Phihv delph.a Kcco.d Bntfoa Henry Wattoraon ... an editonal wants t>. know if Booaevell can Bryanixe th.' republicau party \\ e pISS _^^ Judge H.i.iuii. Reralaated. Newhaun. Co.... . Bi pl 8. Judge Buneoo K. Baklwin, of New Haven, ji.(.f?*_*tu in Yale l.aw Bcbool, was the unanimoua choice of the democratic convention foi governor today. He was paaced iu nomuiation by Dean I\..l*cis, of the Yale l.aw "Jchool. ?alllngat WU1 >?t Rndgn. Seattle. Waah., Bept, s. Though Secretary'c'f ibe I"111"1 Ballingei read with great interest t. day th. n porta ol the proceeding of the Ballingei Pinehol comniittpe at Minnoapolia yeetcrdaj be declined to mak. an\ e..uiii.eiil at this time, except t. reiteiate that he did not intend to r.sign. Caaaaetleal KepaaUcaaa, New Huv.ii, Bapt 8 Declaring that the democratic pa.ty ta needed, ii only asa curh to the repiihlicans. .in.l ?deiioui.cing the raym-Aldrich t-.uift. the democratic atate convention todaj jidoptedaplatform advocating an ex taaaaaat of the free liatanda reduction in the tariff on the nce< -ssities of life. The convention declared also in favOl uf direct priniarics, popular election of ?n.nator8, and the incoiue tax amend ibent. FKOM WASHINGTON. (orrespond.iiee.it Alexandria OazOttel Witfa tlie eiiniination of Senator Burruwa from tbe h<-ld Benator flan -. in.!< in line tO unccoed Senator Aldrich aa chairman ofthe Senate eoni inittee i.n rinance, it is declared today. II,, l'.iiii-yh.im.i boafl will land tln i ehange ia made in tln pia.ti.eof the Senate in making coin iiiittee promotiona a matter of aeniority. Aldri.-li haa announoed his intentioa to retire. BurrowB waa Beoond man oa tbe committee. Peuroee ia nexl in line. Tbe committee ia one ol the biggeai wheeb in the Beaate machtne ,:,d eonfera great power oo tbe man wbobokhthe chairmanabip. Allquee tiona relating t.. finanoe and the tariff are ni rred lo tbat c<..littee and it ia the Senate agency for lixing tariff billa when they come over from the House. nl indicatioM are thal Senator Warren, the italwart, from Wyoming, will bechairmanof the Senate appro priation committee in the next Oon ?.-i I thal an attampt will be made ike liim the leader. Warren has h>i twenty yeara and n..w i< chairman of tbecommittee on iry affairs. Senator Hale, of Maine, chairman of the commitleeoo .priationa, declined to Bttnd f..r . r l.-ini in tlie Senate. S.nator IVrkina, of Oalifomia, ia next in rank. II. may becom* chairman, bul it ia thotighl tbal on aceount of his poor bealth be will prefor nol to aaawme the . dutiea ..f the poaitioo. Parkina i .,iiii.'iii of tln- naval committee, ,,!,.- of tln- m..-t dctu'rable placea in the Warren followa Perkina in the appropri il.commiltee li-t. He lia~ l..ng Im-.-u in the Senate; baa had much rxperienee in ohtaining the paaaage ol u,t l.llls and by many ia COO ! to li-ue tbe beal i hance t?> lill vldri. h -I.- as leader. lt is nol ,vp,-. t. I. Ii iwover, that any future leader will have auch cootrol over the Senate as h.i- been exerciaed by Aldricfa in ihe paal f. w yeara. TheNavj Departmenl approved to? day tli> findinga in tbe caae of Lieot. william L. Burcbfield, who waa found guilty of acandaloua condud hy court martial at Honolulu. The court aen i.nee.l Burcbfield to anapenaton for one year and tbe l<.ss..f Bfty numbeta. The \,,v \ Departmenl roodifled tbe aen UMice to tlic loaa of ?">?> Dumbera only. Burcbfield will be plaoed al 111?- foot of lieuteiianta, Tlic effect of the decunon of tbe llague Couri in tbe North Atlantic eoaal ftaheriea caae upon Ameriean fisheririeii ia >till a matterof eonject ui.. Tlie Sl.it.- Departmenl is await ing n full reporl on the flndinga before umking a atatemenl aa to Ihe immedi iieeffeci of tbe deciaion. A meaeage was received from the American le ;ation al the llague today bul becauee of errora in tranaraiaaion there is still iloubt concerning aome of the flndinga iu ili.- caae. \ general order waa ieaued today l.y (,',n,.ii Wond reorganizating the general staii of the army of which he ia chief, increaaing the two divanona i.. four and making tbe coaat artillery and niilitia, which have beretofOTC had u.> direct connection with the ll > iii. directly under its snper vision. The four diviaiona eatabliahed hy the order are tbe afodile Army under General Wm. II. Oarter, the Coaal Artillery under Oen. Arthur \iu,i t) the MUitia nnder Ool. ?raa mil Weax.-i and tbe War I'ollege aml DivLsiou ?.f Information under Oen. W. VV. VYotherapoon. Heretofore the l ataff baa conaiated of two di n?.-. w.I was al the lu-ail <>f the liral diviaion and Oeneral Oarter, in charge of Ihe mobile army. was at the head of tbe other. Thecoaal artillery aml th. militia have had n<> direct .niinr.tii.il With the general slaff. I'ndei Ihe n.w order, the staft will onaial ..f four divitriona, with Wood, i- rhicf of ataff, in general charge. I'hi-i is the lir>t importanl step takeii i.y \\',...d ln hi^ plau ..f reorganization I'. tourizod milk waa today strongly mpported l.y l>r. Ilarvey W. Wiley, chief chemiat oi the Departmenl <>f ilture, aa a aafe food for infanta md a- a preventitive of infectioua .liaeaaea. \ itton iepi.it iaaued by the bureaa ..f th.-. eiisus today Bhowa 356,824 hales , ..imtiiiL' round as half hales, ginned from tho growth of 1910 to September 1 aa ...inparcd with 300,242 for 1909. \n enormoua stock ofpapei uaed for i-urreiicy and atampa ia being removed ?li Treaaury building t.> tlic Ihireau ..f Rngraving and Printing wlii re it will heieafler he stored. Tbe lepartinenl kcoim in atock bu montba -upply ..f.pip.i. whicb compriaea ap proximau Iv 10,000,000 sheeis for in lernal revei. atampa, 16,000,000 sluHjta f?.r poatage atampa 1,000,000 for i-hcckaand 25,000,000 aheeta forcur rency. By having tliia papei bandled at the Bureati ?.f Kngraving and Print? ing the deparlliicli! will dispeiisc with the aervicea of fifty-one peraooa/here tofore enipluy.-d in counting amlilheck fng ihe paf.er. Them cl.rks will l?e proviiled for as va.ancies occur in the .I, .partnn?ni. Thegreatcr part of them have ili..idy lieen provided f?>r. \<-i-iiicnt on .i Battteahlp \. porl Npwb, Va.. Sept. s.- ln contii iiicl reporta here state thal tbe United Stat.< i.-iiileslup North Dakota, ..f the Atlantic ilcet, is aground in tln l..wer Cheaapeake bay, not far from Vw r.'inl liglii. Il.rc.ial liiinkers are Kaid lo l.e aflre and many aaikx underatood to bave been overcome by the heat in attempting to subdue the Hamea. The Norfolk navy yard haa been notifled by wirelem and aid baa been iske.l The North Dakota ia ? lirst . laaa battleahip ol tbe Pveadnaoght lype. \ rfolk, Va.. Sept. > ? In an explo nion ol a barrd of "il and lubaequeni lire ihia afternoon on board the hattle -hip North Dakota, three men are killed and .l<v? n otle >. t un iceounted for. The aoctdenl to|the Notlh Dakota OCCUtTOd just inside the Virginia capea. Admiral Schroeder and the hoapitai -hip Soktce have gone to the a ? Kewporl New-. Va., Sept. 8.? Launch from New llanipshire reportu tbal three nmi wcm killed and eUven are miaaing, Trouble caoaad by ea plomion ol abarrelofoil in firaroom, Tbe North Dakota has been an un lucky -lnp from the start. During her endurance run off the New Hampshire ?oast, f,.ur men were severely s<-aldcd aml aevera! otbtra h^aa seriously burt bOUOl tul-i- follapaed. I.aFollette'* Maji.ritv. Milwaukee, Wis., Sepl. 8. ? Al though incomplete, laaeat returns from Wiaeonain'a stnte-wi.le prhnariea of Tueaday, today Indioate that Lt Fol lette'a niajority will l>e more than 60, 000, and that Kiancis K. RusOoaarn, La Folletle's suriporter aud anti-county optionist candidate for governor, has carried the state by 15,000 rjrnrality. Progressive candidates ..:. tl.e state tieket are oominated to a man. The DOminatiOJl of Frank T. Tucker, pro greaaive candidate for artorney general, who coiiiin.tte.! su.cide at Oahkoah, a few daya prior to the primariea, by a large majority is ormcaded. I'nder tbe primary law il is BOW up to the state oantral committae toappoinl lucker'a bucobsbot. He will be a progreaaive. The republican congressioi.al tieket is solidly inaurgenl Debs or Koosevrlt. Manchester, Sept. 8.--"Mr. Koose v-lt is lirst and last B s.-lfseeker, a Booaevell man, and in all bia apecta enlar political manoavering be ia alwaya extremely cautions M to what effect his raudeville performaneea will bave upon his own political fortuuee." cording to Eugene V. Deba, former - icialistie noiuiiie f-.r Preeident, Booaevell in bia apeech braucbing tbe "new i.alionalism"forgol that il WMOOl Booaevelt'a bul John Brown'a birth day tliat wasb. mg < elelnatcl..>"he new naiioiialisin," said Deba today, is a iniddle dass rebellion against the 'his int-resis.' It ia poaeJble that theae iutereata may precipiUte a panii aa ihe uicaiis of checking Koosev. lt "> in sane a.nbitiohs, and the pOOl aa iisiial will suffci. Trlliiite I" I'incliol. st. I'aul. Bept. 8.?"Tbe national f.irests Btand t..da\ as ihe L-leal.-l demonatration of practical conaerva tion. and as the mouument to th. real founder ?.f this greal national move nient, Qifford "I'inchot." With this tribute Henry B. Qravea, appointedby Preeident Tafl toeuoceed I'inchot as Chief Forester, closed his add.e.-s before the national OOnserva tion congress bere today. (?ous.ivation Hall, St. I'.nd. Bepl - ?"Tbe President of tbe United Btatea was bumilated at this congress. His receptaon waa oool and not eveo his offlce was bonored, while Theodore BoeaeveH, a private rittaen, waa bonor? ed beyoiid meaaure," declared Henrj Hartner, one of tbe eight membera of the executive committee of ihe N.-.i ioiial Conservatioii CongreBB, at a -rpecially called meeting of atate con servatioll COmmkwiona, before the opening of today'a scssioi.s. BUxty-taeaaa-d Uellar Ifeddtag Dreaa, Newpo-t. R. I., Sept. 8.?A mere tiille of |60,000 for a wedding dress is by no nieans an extraordinary e\ penditure, aceording tti Mi-s Ireno Bber? man who will becioe tlie bride ..f Law* renoe L Qilleapic tomorrow afternoon She is the daughter of Mr. W Walls Bberman, of Ochre Fomt, leading mem hers of the millioiiaiic sel, aud her wedding will be one of the "cvellts of ihe s.ason" bere. Tnawondarfuldreaa is the princeaa Btyle, of ivory aatin au rore with a profusiol. of ahnosl price less Alc.icoi. lace. Sh. has already re ceived wedding piesents valued at a milliofl dallais. Tu.ii.ci Byataaa la frperaR. N.w Yo.k. Sept. 8. -Long Islan.l was brOUgfal tifte.n niinul.s neaier the bearl of N.w York today when the I'ennsylva.iia llailway Company'? tiinntd ayatem under Manhattan and the Kast Biver was tbrown <'i?'ti to regular train ser\ i.e. The lirsi train was s. nl OUl >.f the big statioii at Seventh and Thirly-Secoii.l -ti.ct :;< an early hour and the regular train service at once inaugurated. There waa no spec.al demonatration, the train sbed being simplv tbrown open and ihe paaaangera permitted to take their eara. Hea Recerd Vn iipigi.i. I'aris Bept g, I,, a lilcriol moi.o plane today. Qeorge Cbavex, a oompa rative newcomer in aviatioo, ael a new world's record for height hy rca.h ing an altitude of 8,?'.<"' feet, b.aling Leon Morane'i record <>r bad Baturday by more than 200 feet, Cbavex as cended and aligbted al laay, a suhurh .,f I'aris. He was m ihe air forly niinutes and atiamcd bb trenicidous heighl hy circling over the city. IL waa loat to sigl.t foraeveral minutea, ReeaeveH aad Hearat, New York, Sept. 8. - New York machine politiciani <>f both partiea are aghaal today ovei the auggeation of an alliance between Theodore btopeevell and his on. time bitterenamy, William B. Hearat Hearat has iaxtended the olive branch and in the aina/iiig lirst page editorial of hia New Yo.k paper l,,.lay proinises the BUpporl >.f los "in dependenl followen" t<> Booaevell if he Will come ha.k to N.w York and leada Bght against the boss.-s f,.r tbe people. Beaater Hunows's Defeat Detroit, Mich., Bept s, The labsl -late returns from Tuesday s priinaries ineiease Coneiessniaii Towneend'a had orer Benator Bvrrowa for tbe Benator ihip endoraemenl t.. 40,000, and Cbaae Oahorne'a lead over Uent Governor K'cllcy for ihe governorship t.. 88,000. The lieiiteiiaiit gOVI rii.uship was still in doubl today, and the ollicial COUOl may he necessaiy. _ Prerautious Against Moderiilsm. Paris, Sept. 8.-4 dispa.t.h from Bome today aaya thal tl.e pope baa baued reandationa m bia cruaaoe againel modernisni, in wbiidi bishops and eollcge na tors are ordered io forbid the young clergy to nad oewapapera or periotlicals. This prohib.tion is order? ed, the pope explains. s,, that the young clergy may not be distracted from their atada *? It is understood that Qov. Hughes has made plans for vacating tbe execu tive mansion in Albany, N. Y.. about September 23. and it is reportad that he may retire as governor at that time ingtead of waiting until Octoher 1, tO turn over the oftice to Lieut. Gov. Hor* . ? \\ hite. It is understood that Hughes wisln-s to I* in Washington at least tw.. a*aaka before the ..pening of tbe fail term of tbe U. B. Bupreme Caurt. which ponvpiies on (Ktol>er 11. I^adies. you will alwaya wear a smile if you wear the Red Croas Shoe. For sale only by J. A. Mar-hail _? Bro., 422 Kiog street. The Crlppen-Leneve Trlal. London. Sept. S. ?Dr. H. II. Crip? pen baa lost his irou nerve. When the suppoaed wife nuirdeaer appeaml iu the Bow street court at the resump tion of his hearing 00 a charge of uiurdering his wife, Belle F.lmore, it wasseeti that Tuesday's devlopnietit .,f the discovery of hyoscin poison in the Ixsly supposcd to bo that of his wife, had wrought a great change in him. Taeeday Orippea was possessed of the greatc.-t sang froid. Today he wa agilated and he was overheard to con \.!-e anxiously with Miss F.thel C_TB Leneve, his lonner Btenograpber, who is cbarged with being aa aceesaory after tbe fact, n-garding the testimony of Aualysis Wilco.v that he found more than half a grain of hyos.-in iu the body of the niurdered woman. Unless this evidence is siiccessfully coml.atted it is geneially lielieved that it will prove a death hlow to Orippan'l ile fenae. Crippen is Dnderatood to have pl.uined a defenae, in the event that th.- identity of th.- body is proved, that bai wife di.d U the result of an operation that he performed upon ber, but the preaahceof this poiaon in her body wdl, it ia beheved, diacredit aoch . -l:itelnelit. There waa eurpriae ou attaidea that Crippen abould baae been permitted to talk with kfiaa Leneve Tln- evi denl inlere-t of the latter iu the fate ..f the man a.cn-.d of wife murdeif, i.n.ls to diaprovc th.- atory that she will lo- ueed aa a wh_eaa againal Crip p.-n. The proseeution i- shll working rjn the girl in an effOffl t<> get her lp turn againal Crippen, I.ut B0 far aba has vhown no indica ioii of doing BO Tbe proceedinga in tbe trial today broughl out notbing new in the caae, Mnsi niiir im-* WnltaerWaaatlag (.l.UII. Ifontreal, Bapt, -. Witboutadreaa suit or evening BJOWn BO oin- will be ed ii,ui,d t., the civic reception to ihe papal legatie, Oaroinal VannuteJIi, t<> night. Tbia deciaion of the civic com? mittee of arrangemeiits in charge of the enteitaiiiment of the Kuchari isti. Congreai ia being l.ittcrlv denounced hy many of the poorcr elasses of ihe city. The. only OOnceaafoO in Ihe matter of diess that the coiniilittce would make. bowever, was not lo insist on ilecoll.-te gowna or hats. Only ti.lHHi invitatioiis bave been iaaned. i'aidinal Veiinutelli had qnitfl covered today from the effecta of his famling spell brotlght on hv the fatigue .,f the reception given l>y theOanadi in governroanl. The nio-t distinguised arrival |ola\ was I'ardinal Qibbona, of Baltimore. Ili> einiiienee hopc- to pcrsuailf the congreaa to bofd it- aexl meeting in the United Btatea, in bia oern city if p .--i hle. Fornial l.usines- session- of the con greaa were beld today, papera on varioui religioua topica being read l.y promi ni nt ciergyni.-n and layinen. Megra atteeka Veaag Waaaaa. kfobile, Alahama, Bapt 8.?Armed poaaea an- aearching today for an un< known negro who attackcl Miaa Prancea Williama at her home eighl milea from this city, and WM choking her when her l.iother arrived on th. acene and frightened bim away Ifita Williama ia tbe daughter offl, .1. Williams, a proniineiit planter. She is in a serioiis condition today as a re Milt oftheabock of tln- attack bul waa not aerioualy injured. The young woman waswalking near her home last evening when the negro sudddnly aprang upon ber, eeiaed her bj Ihe lhro.it and held a revolv?-r so thai the mutxle touched her face. Bbe suci.-eded in acreaming, bowever, and beryounger brother hearing the criea ruabed t<> tln- acene in time to aave her. Prjoaca wereironiediately formed and ?et out in purauil of the negro of whorn uo ti ic- has been found up to this af lemoon ^^^ ?eavj <iit in Itepiil.lirali Vote. M..|itp.her, Vt , S,-pl. 8.- I'uinplete returnaof tln- Vermonl anbernatorial election sh..w a beavy cnt in tln- repufa lican vote, so iiiuch so that deuiociats are propbeaying a general viotory ia Novembar. Dr. John A. kfead, re? publiean, rec.iwd B j.liirality of ..nly 17,986over Cbariea I' W?teon,demo , i ,t. ih.- vote being kfead 85,206, Wataon 17,220. Dr. kfead'a pluraUty comparee with the prarality of 29,646 received by Qovernor Proutj at the last atate election in 1908, a alnmpof 11,669._ Baaatirall Beraaea t? Meet Letlaeer. Preeport, llls.. Bapt B. -Tbeodop Booaevell loday flatlj refuaed t<. attend tbe dinner to be given liim hy the il.imihon Club iii Chieago tonight if l nited Btatea Benator Lorirner, of llli n.us wen- preaent. He met tbe oommhv tee from tbeciubal Preeport, and when be Icarned that Lorirner was to Ix- ut tbe Bpaakera' laMe, be etated that be would not attend unleaa Lorimnf be eliminated. He said: "Benator Lotf' nier rcpreseiit.s the antithesis of what I repreaenl in potitica. 1 cannot in justice l.. inyself >it at the <:i. table Wltli him O.nllein.-u. 1 can't d<> it. lf llliuois senator is to I..- present at your dinner, I cannot go. ' Th.- membera of tln- coinmtttee im niedialely hegali to 11 ll 111 telephone into I ln. ago. _ WIU Make a Majorit) Heport. littttteapoha, kfian., Bept s?The stand pat repuhlican nieinlH-rs of the Mallmgei-I'iii.hot congn-.-ioiial inves tigating coininittee are deterinined to make the majority reporl to Oongveaa. That the deino* lati. and insurgent m.nilui-of the coinmiitee, eunstitut ing atein(M>rary majority, stol.- a march ..nthcinl.y making puhlie their vfewl of R. A. Ballinger yesterday afternoon. they admit. The ln>iirefnrj Wave in New Hamp xliire. Concord, N. H., Sept. 8.? That in BU'goaCjT has swept New Hampshire nearly two to one is -hown here today hy complete returns from the 289 elec? tion districta in the state Robert P. I'.a--. (progres-ive) gets 19,577 votea for tln gubernatorial nomination against 10,278 for Bertram Ellis (stand patter)._^_ In buying a cough medicine, don't be afraid to get Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy. There is oo danger from it, and relief ia aure to follow. Eapecially recommended for coughg, colda and wbooping cough. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Oibaoo. vnmiyiANEWs. l'l.-tottice sites ehanfBB have Ixen made at Bellfair Mdls. Mafford county, and at C-uantico, Prince William county. Tlie house and lot belonging to the eatata of tba baa Harriaon Baaaafl and BJtaated in the southern suburbs of Leeaburg bava been purchaaed by tba Muaaa Bgin for 18,000. The latier re* cpntly sold their bome in tbe suhurks ,.f town I" Trunian A. Parker for "fS.IHMl. Mrs 0. H. McLean, wife of Hr. McLean, of Sterling, Loudoun county. was struck hv an eaatbowad train ahonl 6:80 o'dock Bunday evening and seri..usly injureil. Mrs. Mel.eaii was standing on the track, balking, lt m said, and did not notice theapproach ing train. Mrs. Mary Wilson Hough, wife of Mr. Herod Hough, died at her home near Berryville last Saturday evening at -,\ ,..l...'k, aged .r)t'. years. Mi? Hough was born inClarkeand had lived in the county till the timp of her death. Acruaade Bgainal the sale ofeagarattea to boys under sixlecn years of agc was inatituted in Lyncbburg yestcdav by the poliee in that city. Four pfacea have alreadv Ix-eii i.porlcd. The law regaiding the sale of cigarettes lo minora has lo..g beaa daaragardad, R, Lee Walthall, 4.S years old, a freigbl engfneei .... tbe Norfolk and Weatern, waa killed Tuesday night at Pho he. tbe junctioo of the main line an.l tbe Lyncbburg cut-off, wben be was i tin over an.l horrihly mangled by his owii eiigine. He was off tbe e.igine assisting the crew making a COupling. The lire.nan misunderstood a signal and started the eiigine. In a qoarral between William l'atter ?00 an.l his wife at their home, tieai Church road, Dinwiddie county, Mra. 1'a.ierson shot In-r husband to death with a abotgun reaaarday. Patteraoo alta.ked his wife with tl.e guii. which the woman wrei.cheil from his hands and then li.ed the fatal shot. A 0OTO li.-r's inquest was held and the jury exonarated the woman. This baaid t<. be ihe riftIi fatal shooting affairtbal baa occnrred in Dinwiddk* countywhb in the last I* luoi.tl.s. III. \HI ??l CAFTAIR (tl IRR. Capt. Sylvanus .lacksoii Cminn, of Krederickshurg, aged 7.'! years, died Tuesday nighl of heart Iroiible at his oountry place in Louba county, where he w.-nl a mi.iith ago to sp.-nd a vaca? tiou. Captain Quinn was Irorn iu Georgia. Al the be-ginning of tbe civil war he volu.itecreil iu a Mi-si-sippi regimeni an.l aoon rose i.. ihe ranh of captain an.l participated in every battle foiight hy ihe army of North.rn Vir? ginia from Ihe lirst battle of Manassas lo the battle al Sa.lor'scrcek, where he was eaptured. He looated ... Freder ickaburg after tbe war and atooce be* .an..' a leading member of the Baptiat Church. Hp was deputy colleetor ol internal revenue in l*?ii. later becaane coininissioiier of revci.ue of Kredericks burg, was repealedlv eleclci a Uielilh. . of the cilv council, and planncd Ihe preaenl >ity waterworka, After the city wateiwork- was c-laLiished, in 1885, he becainc sllpei llilelldc.lt and ,-ired in thal poaition until his death. Ile was clcrk of Ihe city school board, jusiice ofthe peace, aecretary <>f tl.e Bappabannock Valley Agricultural Bo ciety, aecretary of tbe vrmtaca Kbrary board, and was aulh.-r of ihe ollicial hisiory ..f Kicd.ricksiiiiig, ordered puhlisl.e.l by tbe city council. VIIM.IMl I.I.K-. Virginia Klks pot in a s'n uiious day al Charlotlesvillc yesterday an.l wound up .ii a smoker last night. The comn.ittee .... credoitials report ed in the inornitig, showing thatpleveii lodgea are repreeeuted, and with all the -late olliecrs ples.llt, exeept three. Distriet Depuly Ma\ F. I.indiiei, .... I.e li.ilf of the aaaociation, preaonted B. Bdward Norneet of Suffolk. with a handaoine jawal in token ..r eateem for serviees ri ndered ihe associaiioii during los t.-iio as praeidenl two yeara ag... Olliecrs for nexl year were elected Bl follows: President Fred Ha.per, of Lyncbburg; rice praaidant, Huu F, Lindner, of Bicbmond;?'. B. Johnaon, ..f Boanoke, and Thomaa ('. Oonlon, ol Charloltesville; se.retary, W. Clifford Godsey, "f Peteraburg; brea?nrer, Thoa. B. Hicka, <.f BJcbaaondi Bergaantal ar.ns, .1. A. Scolt. of Lyinhburg; chap lain, W. I. ateQovoc, of l'ulaski. Mr. Harper iaa aon in-law ofthe bUeBenator John W. Daniel. He is a graduate of the Uoiveraity of Virginia aud during his tw.. yeara iq eollege was prominenl in athleties. a atw .piarler ba.k on the fOOtball .l.'V.'ll and cellter lielder on the vaisily ninc He was also preaj deiit ofthe (icneial Alhl. ti. A tion. _^_ MAVKAKI) TO AIMM-.AI. Congressman Harry L Maynar.l an DOUnced yesterday that he would t:ik> th.- advioe majinalotl al the Portamoutb iiia-sineeliiig of Tuesday night, and appeal from the action oftbedemo catic exicutive committee <>f the Becond Virginia oongreauooal diatricl i., rafuamg t.> inveatigale the oondud ..f tbe r.ceut deraocratic primary aa oon docted in Norfolk eily aud county, and in awarding William A. Young. of Norfolk, ihe cartifkate of nomination for CoOf He will appear before tl.e state com inittee with the appeal on September LS. He says that he will bind Ininself to nothing that does not contemplate BO investigation. A call signed by l<Hi eBJaana waa js>tie.l in Norfoik y.-sterday for a ...ass meeting to be held there next Saturday night, the object of which is to prolest against the conduct of tho primary and the action of the distri. t committee, .in.l to demand an investigation of the election. Simllar n.pctiogs are also tcbadaJed for Suffolk and Smithfield Presented arffaj ?atrh and Chain. Baltimore, Sept. *.?Captain William Danielson, of the Norwegian fruit gteamer Hippolyte Dumois, was today presented with ahandsome gold watch, chain and pendant by the Norwegian . ..nsiil at this port, a gift from Presi? dent Taft for distinguished bravery at s,a The honor was conferred upon Captain Danaaaon for having raacaad the crew of the American schooner Mavllowerin the hurricanes of l"" The rescued crew were made of young Harvard and Yale college men wbo had fitted out an expedition to aeek a treasure that was reported near uedro bank in tbe vicioi-y pf Jamaica, Tlli: KI'.INION (IK MOSBY'S !MK*. As heretofore stated, the survivors of Moshy'soovnmand will boldareunion atfllt rndon ou Saturday.the 10th inst. The men are hopeful that Colonel Mosby will l>e present, but, ao far as w are informed, they have received BO aaanranea to that effect. After the surreiider of Oen. Lee's army al Appomattox, Geb. Hancock, who w:is iii command of the valley de partment. was authori/ed hy Oen. llal leek to receive the surreiider of Mosl.v eonimand upon the saine terni- M thos. accorded the army of nortbern Vir ginia, liiit Col. Moshy himself was to he i-xcluded from said terins. After conierenceal Millwood, arith conuaie aionera appointed by Oen. Hancock, Ool Moshy (lecided that he wouKI not surreiider his cointnand, lnit would dis hand it and let the men use their own discreti.ibout applying for parole. While at hreakfast, the next day, at Olen Welhy, the resiilence of Mr. Oar? ter, in Fant|iiier county, the colonel aaked tor writing material and penned the following farewcll address to his men. which was read to them at Sa I.mii (now called Marshall) that day, where they had as-eml.le.l for the last time. The origtnal addreaa Ia now owned by Prank H. Pemberton, of New Vork. Fauquier County, April L'I, 1866. Suldiers: I have sununoned you together for the last time. The visions we elu-rish ed of a free and independent country is now the sjH.il of the conqueror. I dishaml vour organi/.ation in prefer ence to anrrendering it to our enemiee, 1 am no lotiger your coiiimander. After au aaanciatinn of more than two event" ful years, 1 part from jrotl witb a just pride in the fauieof your achievem.-iits and a grateful recoUection of your geiien.iis kindneaa to myaaff. And now, at this moment of biddiog you a final adieu. a.-c.-pt the aaaurance of my unchanging confidence and regard. Parewell. Johi B. IfoaBT. AImhiI thirty years after the war tlie lirst reunion Of Ihe command was held iu Alexandria, and this was Ihe only reunion that the colonel has ever at tended. He delivered tln- following address on that occasioii: "Comradea: "When on April 61, (866, I told you that l was no loiiger your com inand ir, and bade you what we then .-..nsidered a long, and, perhaps eternal farewcll, the most hopeful among us could not reasonahly have eipectcd ever to wilncss a sci-ne like this. Nearly 80 years bave paaaed away and we nieet once niorc on the hanks of the Potomac, in siglit of tlie capital?not in hostile arrav, bul as cili/.ens of a great an.l united country. Ounhoats uo loiiger patrol the river; there are no pickei guarda on it- banka t.. challenge our cr.issing. Your preaance beve this evening re calls t.nr last parting. I sei- Ih.- line drawn up to bear read tln- last order I ever gave you. I see the liiolstelled aye and quivering lips. I hear the command t<> break renke, l feel the graap ofthe band an.l aee tln- teara on the cbeeka of men who had dar.-.l death 10 long that jt had lost its terror. And I know now, as 1 knew then, that each heart suffered with mine the agony of theTitan in his resiguation to fate: ih.- iu. k. the vulture an.l tln- chain All tbal tbe proud ean feel ol' pain. I miss among you the faces of Bome who were preaenl that day, luit who have since pas-nd over the great n\er Ifemory bringa back the image of maoj of that glonous hand, who then slept iu the reil Imrial of war. Modern skeptieism baadeatroyed one of the most lieautlflll cieations ofepicages?the he lief that the spirils of ilcad warriors nieet daily in the halls of Yalhalla, and there around the (eetive board re .ount ihe deeda they did in the other world. Por this evening, at hast, lei us adopt the aiu-ient superstitioti, if auperatition il he. It may seeni pre mimpViou in me. luit a man who l>c lotigcl lo inv OOmmand may he for given for thinking that in tli.il asseinhly of beroea, when the feeet of the wild boar is apread, Bmitb and Tfarner, kfontjoy and Qlaaacock, Pox and Whitescarver, aud their companions, will not he unnoted in tbe mighty throng. A great [>oet of antiquity said. as rJeacriptive of theBomana, that they Changed their sky but not their beartl when thev crossed over the aea. While 1 Ihred in far Oathaj my h.ail untr.imeled. dwelt among tle people in whose def.-nce 1 had shed mv blood and given the h.-st years of my life. In the sohtude of exile it was a solace to hear that my name waa -onieiiines mentioned hy them with expreeaiona of pood-wUL tfotbing that concerna the bonor aml welfare of.Vir ginia can r\t-v he indifferent to me. I wish that life's decending ahadowi had fall. ii upop me in the midst of friends and tle- Bcenca I lo\e hest. But d.stiny- not my will?.-ompels me to abide far away on tln- shores of that sea where "the god of gladness abeda Iu-parting sniile." I must soon say to you again farewcll, a word that must I..-ai.d hath been. I ahall earry back lo my home hy the O.ildeii Oate proud reeulleetions of this evening. An.l I shallstill f.-.-l, as I have always felt. that life cannot offer a more bitter CUp than the one I draintsl when we parted at Baletn, nor any higher rewanl of amhition than I received as ominaniler of the Forty-third Vir? ginia Battalion of Cavalry."?[Fairfax H.-rald. KX-< oM.HI>?sM \N KII.S.P.I). Pianod beneath the wreekage of a hig touring ear when it turned turtle at the foot of a steep hill near Bingham, Me., yeaterday, lonner BeattMatntJve Oeorge Warren Weymouth, of Fair baven, Mass., prominent in husineaa drclea, waa injtt?tly killed. Two of his three companions were perhaps fatally injured. The maehine got be yond contrul while going down hill. Mr. Weymouth was 60 years old, and represented the Fotirth Massacliusett distriet in the Fifty-tifth Congress. Be was a repuhlican. He was general man ager of the American Taek Oompany and president of the American ^\fi> Finding Company, of Orafton, Maaa. Coal Cokc Wood Order your Coal before tbe advanee at lowest Bummer prices. Beat ipialitj prompt delivery aud bottom priei Pbone96. DaW. AITCHKSON, 107 aouth Royal itreet. JeO-tt For Rent 801 Duke Street. 10 roon* brick and bath. lartfe side lot. ?25.00 14*0 Duke Street. Store and dwelling. ?30.00 212 S. Pitt Street. 9 room brick and bath. ?25.00 301 Cameron Street. Store and dwelling. $25.00 402 Prince Street. 7 room brick and bath. ?20.00 904 Duke Street. 7 room brick and bath. $20.00 1011 Duke Street. 6 room brick. ? 15.00 For 122 N. PayncSt 7 room brick a 206 S. Pitt Street 7 room brick. 1101 Prince Street. 7 room brick. 121b Princcss Street. 6 room frame. 1105 Ouccn Street. 7 room frame. 342 Commerce Street. 6 room frame. 314 S. Henry Street. 6 room frame. 11400 ? 12.00 $10.00 ?9.00 18.50 John D. Normoyle, CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS. DRY OOODS. Riisiness hours, 8 a. m. to B p B) Saturdays. tl o'elock until fiirther liotice. 75c All-wool 49c Storm Serge with asell'-eolored invisii.le suip,; luit ii Inenea wide aud siri.-ily all wool; eolors are gray. .-..penhageii. garnet, cardinal, myrtle. brown and navj blue. Bplendid for ptalMreu'a .Iresso i>r separate -.Uirts. ,"??' AQf Mergeaareaearoeat, peryatd? 'r-V, New Non-Crushable PermoCloth, $1.25 Abeoluteh aoa-eyuebahte;.ipoaad of mobalr an.l wool: n Inebea wide. C'olora are cream, navy, gray, altee, av tawba. wfataria, rceeoa, Preneb blue, bola >ie roaa, ete. Ask to see Permo; aplendld for light welght tra.vellng dreaaea. tteallj worth |f ... ? a ^ c Special. per yard ?P *??'?J New Kimono Flannelettes, 12 l-2c. Th|a ls tbe Ideal Babrlo for a wann ki iiioiioi.r dreaalng gown; very soii vei \ ard veij linish. Choice, per 1 ^' f* uuisburbh s mra. 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. OYfJTfJBUB ?N Al.l. BTT^yjPJh AT J. ItKII.I.'S ICI-MTtl'IC l\T. Foot of King Stivet. ( Ipci. until 1(1 p ni :i|n" f.m (IIUkIA ON TOA8JT, DB1 ll.l'.n (KtltS *\M>MI< lll.s alwa.i- on aaie at -il'INkW* CkVWL, I'lilice and Ko\al Slivets. OVSTKKS IN %l.l. STVI.I-'.S \t .lames Magaei+B Cal'e, 132 N. Koyalst. l-'ri.d i lysters iu lioxes a spe.ialty. choii-e VYInea, Liquoraand Cigara Bept66t _ Fult s.M.K. BABY CAKRIAUK.Kng lish pt-i-imliulator slyle. nerfoctcon dltlon, eheap. Applv ' V A 1 R I' A \ APAK'l'MKN I's. No. 3, aep7Sg KlM ui;m. h.siml.le l.ri.-k DWRLUNO, No IM noiiii t'olumbua atreet, eontainlng -i\ rooma and bath. Bplendid oondTtion Apply t<? lullN l? NORMOYLE, Mpt73t Cbr. King and Royal st WAS l'KI> 2 good si/e ROOMS, <>r:: suiall onea lor ligbl houaekeeplna. Address- M. II..' tbla olliee. aepB St* PKOTI-XT AGAIN8T M.?> IftMBSfU* MRBT. ('..iicluding the tax hearing- as t<. -team railroada, Ihe State Qorporatioa Commiaaion ye-.ter.lay heard similar arguineiits to those adduced 00 Tueada i as to why tbe aeaeaatnente of phyaical [iroperties abould not be increaaed Repreaentativea of several railroada appeaied and argued tln- matter, iu cluding thoae of the VTaabington-South ernuthe only road in Vhginia known as standard" which had not ap|)eared the day before. Following thia tbe namea of all other railroada in thia Btate wen- called, no one anawering. Theee an- rocetly unall lines, some of tliem being portions of tbe ayatema of largei roada, which had already made their statement-i. The fa< t that thr remaining lines were not r.-pre.-euted doea not ne.e-.sarilv niean that the coininisM.iii doaf BOt conlcni plate additiona t<. their valnationa, bul ii doea in.an that they have had their day in court and cannot be heard again. Today tbe commiaeion will hear rep resentatives of .1.-. tnc railways, light, heat aml pofret OOtnnanioe, aml ga.s and water companies, aii of these be? ing public serviee corporat'on.s. The tax hearings will COOctude tomorrow with hearings for the telephone, tcle graph, cxpress, canal and steamboat corporationa.?[Bichaaond Tunea Dis patch. The town of Lelx-au, S. D., was en tirely deatroyed by lire this morning. Loea, 1160,000. \ -.-rting that 1 h.-o.li.re RoOgBVell while prearaent, Bailed to proeoouto the tru-t tbe New Vork World today printa tbe firat of a aeriea ofarttetea wnksb ll elaim- will prove it- e.intentions. Tbe] are by Oeovge 11 Baite Only a little r.dil iu tln- h.-ad rna\ be th>- bechsaing of an abetlnate eaaa of \a-.al Catarrh. Drive oul tln- unader with By'aCvean Balm appHed atralght to the ii'itlani.-.l -liilt.-.l up air-passages. PrieeCOe. lf you pavfar t>> uaeaaaaa mUer.aak Ibr i.i.pn.l Crean Babn. lt has all the goo?l qt?llttefl or the uolid ii.riii <>f this retnedv andwUlvfd you of catarrh or hay fever No eor-aine to hreed a dreadful hahit. No uiercury to dry out the aecretion. Priee 76e, with apraying tube. All driiggiHU, or nuiled hy fciy Broa., 56 Warren Street, New York. Just received. G. Wm. RAMSAY. Wide Mouth Qt. JARS 6 and 8 oz. Jelly Glasses Jar Tops Parafflne. G. WM. RAMSAY. ANOTHER BARREL G,Wm. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe lierring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PA also 50 paiit. HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. SAPPHIRE i .BIKTHDAi mmtmm Bvery Baptembar-bora peraoa?old or young?ougbt to bave B Sapphire. It's the su?ue that denotes Wisdo.n. "A Maideii born when Autumii's leaves Are rustling ln September s bo A Bappblre on ber brow should bmd, 'Twill ellre discascs ofthe iniiiil." F.veryone knows how lieautiful thia stone is. Hut you don't know how realfj uaexpeneive they are bbmobb you bave vis.ted ihis store. We'll show you many stones and many low pr Saunders & Son 629 King Street. LosT \ POCKETBOOK i 844 and B0OM n-ceipis t moath'i wagea ol" :i workltu*1 ward if retumad to the i.>???"? to lius Kob.-> . :l . I'rie stn-e i lll u in i i-.it SE88ION OF fH* MISSES ROTCHFORD I'ianoa.id \,.i.-eCi:lliireCla?S will begln SEPTEMBER 9th, at their Studlo. I<*>? HCEfcW "T| aepWt