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PRICE 2 CENTS
I iOlli?f BUSINESS
Oun and Bradstreet's Commericial
Agencies Give Interesting Facts.
At the South the Fall Trade is Open?
ing Up More Freely Than Antici?
pated. The Tendency to Re?
action in Prices Among
Food. Staples Continue*.
llv Southern Aaiociated l'rosg.
New 1'oitK, September 13. ?Brad
atreet's'to-iiiorrow will say: The week
Jh characterized iu trado circles by au
Vnexpected, but uu less prououuocd
improvement South and South wont.
*L'Lus is reflected by the supplies t at
are distributed to these rogious. Rela?
tively uulavorubia features are found
ia a quieter tone iu dry goods jobbing
circles; a check to seasonable trade
throughout the central West to
the unusual heat; low price*
for men's wear. win.lens aud
on unsatisfactory outlook duo to
depressed quotation abroad; only
moderate ordern lor domestic woolen
manufactures; cauccllatiou of a few'
jNebtaska general merchandise orders
at Chicago und the somewhat critical
position of the American t:u plate in
dually owing to heavy advance iu
price- o! tiu plate bars without a cor?
responding increase, iu the prices of
At the South fall trade is opcuiug
Op more freely thuii anticipated with
mar i.ed improvement iu buaiueaa nud
increased coiilideuce as to the outlook
ot Jacksonville, Atluntu und Augusta,
U'tie improvement in iruu hab hud au
lulliieiit u at Liiriniugboni and through?
out H.e tributary regiou, all evidence
ot ?hieb iu (ouud in tuu temporary in
al'ti t\ ni iliruitughaui wholesalers
?.i meet Iii..- demand lor hardware aud
A* du Irom the tirmueas of cnttou
<.pn er. wliioh is a feattiro iu
i radc elides North uud Mast, the most
conspicuous ii.ovcmeut is the con
tiuued activity in iron and steel, high
eat quotations yet reached having tin
fitted in restricting demand. Present
rate ol i roduotiou of pig iruu exceeds
JlOO,l i Ion? weekly, the largest iu our
Xiistory, al tin- rate ol more thau 100..
OUO.OUU lona per annum. Lake cities
reported iiuoroved demand lor general
Revised estimate.' frnui Texas poiut
tu only halt a colli n enqi, hut trade is
active and die in tfook favorable be
cause of a great, i t. ittve iuereaae iu
Che price id cotton Miau Iliu reduction
iu out turn. I.ii ; : .: a ? ii;;rsr crop is
reported from 10 ) ei i'i ill, t.i 20 per
ami. smaller than Ihut i.i lusl mr.
the teii.ieney to; act loll iu priooa,
particularly among bod staples, cou
tunics with furtbor I nuda'.ion iu
wheat, ludlau euro. polK, aid aud
engar. Reactions are ie;.:t d iu prices
jor outtou and l?de-. On the other
baud bitfber coal pricis have aj peared
at New 1'ork aud I'liiludelpUlU, and the
prospect is lor lurtuer aU\auej ail
along the line,
iu udiiiimu to higher quotations for
cedur, prices of inmost all standard
varieties of ooltoi) goods are higher,and
teuil upward. 'I hen there is $4 ad
vauco iu sleet rails,the latter now beiug
on a parny will, ipiolotious lor billets.
Total of bueiucss failuros throughout
Che L ulled Mates tins wi el; number
?13, B8 compared with 1 > 1 la-t weok,
t!j;t iu the second week ol September,
i>:>i i !?? in I bat week iu l?SS)H, aud 11 ;
iu the corresponding week ol It>sl2,
Mi:u \rJiiK. September \ ': It, (I.
J)uii .v Co., in their weekly review ol
trado tu morrow, will say: A alight
eut back, which may mean much, or
mottling, according to the linai outcome
?il the crops, is uot uncxpecled at this
season. Ii the liovernincut crop re
|ioris were correct (he mutation would
uot he encouraging. Hut uot much
confidence is placed iu the reduced
estimate of corn, none al al! iu the esti
rnato of wheat and even the must eu
thuslastic hulls do not think it worth
wnile to quote the Ciovernmeut report
ps to cotton.
Thu tact is that wo iro begiuuing to
market uot far froui 2,200,000 bushels
of coru, though only about 500,000,
a i'i bushels will be moved from the
countries wbero it is grown, about
<L00,OOfl,OU0 bualiela wheat where the
farmers are uuwisuly holdtug hack a
large proportion aud about 7,200,000
Tales cotton, if iho jailer indications
I,re uot erroneous, as they very easily
may be, to add to the stocks carried
1 ha commercial stocks of cotton Sep?
tem bi i I here and abroad amounted to
:.?,!> .i.."> hnlea buiT 'domestic mill
cdocks-wure ilhO,01M Ira, allowing uot
u : i glo halo for iui r 1 n?,!of. stocks at
buiiilielU in 11 If. l'r:'_^_.nave settled
liack a I ttlo dining tlC7'ast week, not
tvithsluuding the gioomy ileparimeut
I in' whtal crop is evidoutly larger
thttll the department has estimate.I. |
tii. ugh uobody knows how much larger,
(i. .i s ci iniug lorward witli mure en- I
coiiiagiog rapidity, uo less thau .">, ,"7;i,
j, ; burhela huviug been received at
^ViBioiu purta, about 5,-140,001 bushels
tot the same week last year from a
much larger crop. The price declined
f.o?rp!y, about lt> cents per bushel,
?villi liule indicatiou of recovery, The
price ol corn ha? only yieldod with a
U mug prospect of the largest crop ever
ijroBj?, ?Uli At ceuU Al lurk a
largo proportion of the crop will be of
little probt to far more. '
11 wo am to havo a largo orop of
grain and a ?mall crop of cottou tt is
natural to infer that umuufacttirors
may find large transactions at tbo
Weat, but not at tbo South. There is.
iu tact, a very large demand fur gooda
at tbo West, and West-bound ship?
ments are unusually large, although
the Eaet-b'mud shipiuonts fruoi Chi?
cago for four weeka of August amount
to only 210,380 tons, against 222,114
for the same weok in 1894.
Tbo largest output of pig iron ever
kuowu, 104,020 tuns-, is nppareutly sup
ported by a reduction of 34,000 tons in
slocks of pig iron uubold, but the lact
that the great steel companies have
takeu large qualities, not included iu
thu officials, renders the accounts of
stocks less valuable.
Tbero is u greut pressure for de?
livery of btrtictural products aud plates
but bar iron is still quoted at Pitta
burg at 81. 15 and tank steel $1.10. Tbo
rapid shipment of Mar.nietto ore dur?
ing the past week have some intluenue
upon prices of Sossemer products.
THE DURRANI" TRIAL.
The Prosecution Gives Up All Hope
of Finding; the "Mysterious Woman."
li\ .southern Aasoaiate i freu
San Francisco, Cad., Sept. 13,?The
prosecution iu the lhirtuut ease has
giveu up hope of Unding thu "inys
terlous woman" aud no longer believes
there la such a person, although uew
rumors as to her identity or her where
ahoiils 4Wl|UUl itline to tune giveu to
thu pqijfjHUS|nafbh instance they are
tun down by (ieleotives, who have thus
tar provau in every case that there was
no louudatiuu lor the story?
Lp to the present lime rumors of
13? women, by actual COUUt, have been
investigated^ witu the result staled.
It is this tact which brought the police
and Uistrict Alturuey lo the couoluslou
that the mystorious woman is u myth.
\\ neu thu trial is resumed Monday the
prosecution will put Miss Lunigac on
tlio staud to corroooruie the testimony
of Miss i dwarti.- aud Mis, UorgUU,
who testitied yesterday to seeing Dur?
rani aud Hlauchu Lamout together on
I'owell street cur on thu way from thu
Noi mal school on the afternoon ol
April 3d. Mrs. Vogol will then be
called to tostify to seeing Durreut iu
front of the .Normal school ou that
latul ulicruoou und then the journey
across the city will be taken up, thus
lar ihe prosecution will have showu
thut liutrutii and 11.and.o Laiuout
were together on that journey as lar as
the corner ol Market aud I'owell
streets, but there the chain of oiroum
atantial evidence is broken. The proa
ecutiou has no witness who saw the
couple together between thai point and
the corner ol twenty lir.st aud liar tie 11
street-, where Mm tin Quiulau saw
ilu'iii. Sut, takiug Air. ljuiulao's stato
ruiut that he saw the two coming from
the direction of Valeuci street, the
prosecution will uet OU the hypothesis
mat Um taut aud Miss l.auiout rode
between the two i oints on the Valencia
.street car, that beiug the line to which
their tiansfer from i'owell would take
'the real light is expected wlnn the
testimony ol Mrs. Leak is taken, for a
most ngid lest of her eyesight is ex?
pected to l)e made by the uelet.se.
fci\ days have tbu= tar been consumed
in the taking of testimony for the
prosecution and twelve wiinoises have
heen examined. Iba State has thirty
SIX more witucss.es to call. it Will,
tberetore, seem thai no heiter rate of
progress is made than has characterized
the tirsl six days ol taking testimony,
THE SHIPMENT OF GOLD.
The Bond Syndicate Makes a Stab -
meid Concerning Ihe Gold Reserve,
Lv Southern Associated Tree*.
New i'oKK, September 13. ? In re?
spect to the gold engaged in this city
to day for shipment la to morrow's
steamers, the Uuited Tress is author?
ized by thu bond syndicate to make
tbo follow lug statement:
"Ihe impression has becouiu general
that the mouthers of the bond .syndi?
cate entered into an agreement wit h
tue Dulled States 'Treasury to inain
tuiu tbo Skill,hi)1 ?,1)1111 reserve until ().
tober 1. ami that upon that dute said
obligation will coa*u and terminate,
Such is uot the case.
I bo bond syndicate fultilled all its
obligations to tho government in .lunu
last and has uot since huon bound iu
any way to the treasury. It is true
that it bas from iimo to time since
[June last paid over various sums lu
I gold coin to the treasury which have
sulliced to tnaiutaiu thu reserve, but it
has douu ho voluntarily ami will con?
tinue so to do in thu same spirit aud
lor tho same motive.
So far as October is concerned, it has
uo relation to the action of tho bond
ayudioate and it will eoutioue to do
posit gold until November 1st and De
comber 1st and January 1st if uece -
bury ami it existing conditions make it
feasible to do so.
liut neither the bond syndicate nor
any one else can ooutrol tits elements.
Slit Ihe idea that its relations to the
Treasury situation will beany diferent
on or <ilter October 1 Irooi what they
are now aud have l eeu all along is
orroueous and should bo corrected."
"Newest Discovery'- Kit. teeth; uo
pain. ?5,1', D. Kuoius, 102 Main,
Several Items of Great Moment to
Those Who Are Interested.
Capt. Sumner Suspended From Duty
for Six Months on Wailinp, Ortlers
Pay and Is lo Be Reprimanded
Uy the Secretary of tlic
By Southern Associated Press.
Wahhinuton, September 13. Tito
Navy D<<|jartiu(!iit made public to-day
its nctioil in tliu cuso ol Cupt. Ueorge
W.Stiujuer, latu tu oominauil of the
United states cruiser Columbia. This
ollicer nun recently tried by court mar?
tial at tUu Brooklyn Na\vy-yard ou
chargea Kruwlur. 1,111 of ,u0 iujurieo
uuetaiueil by bis vessel iu ducking at
Southampton in .Inly labt.
The tirst charge was culpuolo mellt
cieuoy iu tbu uurforninncu of duty.
The court fouud him guilty iu a losu
degree than cbarguil, iu that ha did
not fully perform his duty in having
preparations made for the dookiug and
Beeiug that the supporting blocks were
iu proper condition for rocoiviug and
sustaining her weight. * The court
ignored that purtiou ut the charge,
nllegiug that in consequence, of that
fniiuro tho vessel I wns subjected to
severe strains, rcHiiltiug m damage to
her hull and necessitating repairs oust?
ing about $1,000.;
.llic captain was found not gllilly of
tliu accoud charge, uf Buffering a vessel
of the navy to be hazarded in viola
tion ol the navnl regulations. The
speoilioatiou under this churgo, how?
ever, that bo suffered the vo-sol lo re
mam under severe sttein without coiiii
lug the dock to ha floodoii, was
proved. He was found guilty of the
third cbargo, neglect of duty, and the
specification under that charge was
proved, nnmoly, that bu pmd the
charge of docking without protest.
The sentence ol iho court is us fol?
lows: "To bo suspended from duly
only for a period of six months on
waiting orders pay und to he repri?
manded by ttio honorable, tho Secre
t?ry uf the Navy "
The actiou of the Deinutmcnt has
been sfuteii tu Capt. Stunner with a
copy of the proceedings, Undings and
sentence of the court which are ap?
proved and he is informed that Ihr
publication of Una in genera] orders
is regarded as a sufficient eompliaucfl
with that purtiou of tho souteuce cull
iug for a icpniuaud by tbu tiearetary
ol tho Navy.
The rresiiiont hue appointed as cadet
at large at West Point Julian Arnold
Benjamin, ol Garrisons, N. V., graud
son ol tbu late Hon. (lumiitou L**iaba
and sou of the lato Col. Samuel N.
Deujauiiu, uf the army, who was twice
wouuded during the civil war and died
while in active service. The appoint?
ment is made to till a vacancy caused
by the restgnation, ou account oi phy?
sical disability, uf Georgu I?. DllUlly,
Jr., tun of (ieu. Dainty.
Secretory Carlisle to day lolegraped
the Collector of Customs nt Ugdens
Inirg, N. V,, not to admit certain (Jhi
nc-u at that port, who, it is alleged,
have come to tbis country to work at
tho Atlanta Exposition, p mutig an OX
animation by treasury otlioials. These
Ubiuanieu, suuiu 20 > of them, arnvrd
at V'aucoiivor, D.O., ubottt ten tluyd
ago, and uuuie uverlanu by the (Jana
d an I'acilio Kmlroad to Qgdeuaburg,
N. V., at which port they intended to
cuter the United Stator, unit ibt-uco
proceed to Atlanta.
'I he law authorizing the Atlanta Ex?
position suspended tho operation id
tbo Chinese exclusion act, au far us if
implied to i.hiuuuion to be employed
at ttio Exposition, They say the} have
coine here for that purpose. A rigi I
examination will he made in th<- mal
fer. Treasury oflicials allege that of
1100 Obiuatneu who came to this coun?
try under similar oircntusiaiicus, to
work at the Chicago Wuild's Fair, not
tweuty live returued to China after the
lair and uol Ufly worked ut the lair,
but as soon as they ?uro sufcly withiu
tue holders of tho United Slates they
to utero.1 over the country.
Secretary Carlisle positively declined
this moruiug to express any opinion on
tbu subject of the heavy withdrawals of
gold at New Vork tor shipment to Eu?
rope to moerow, lie wus advisod early
iu tbo day that today's withdrawals
would likely tipproxiuiu'.o ?f?,()OU,U0U.
Some surprise was expressed that Laz
urd Frores, original mrmhur of the
boud syndicate, had joined in thi y ild
export movement,and somesiiecu ut , :i
wns indulged in to the effeiii tint ii
meant au und of tbu syndicate eg ee
meut to maintain the K1 Id reiervo,
Still there wae no explanation VOllull
Bafed and treasury oliieiala are appai
ontl) us much in tnu dark as'the pub
li ? as to the syndicates intention ami
i As a means ot obtaining g, 1 |, Si cro
tary Carlisle accepted tho idler of a-v
eral parties to supply gold at New
York. He agrooa lo give them tho
Government ooutraot rates lor ship?
ment ol currency Irmu Wttslliugtou to
any port designated uoou their dcpusil
mg gold iu Now Vork, provided the
gold so deposited was not withdrawn.
' At prejgnt shippers buvu tu pay bank
' er's raten, which is oonBidornbly higher
than Government rates,
i It is thought that considerable gold
; will l)o obtained in tbta way. Arrange?
ments were perfected with ;tho express
company to ship the ourreooy and
quite a largo abipmeut was inado this
alioruoon for Plttsbuig, I'n., and oue
shipment of a smaller amount uiado to
Kooheetcr, JS. Y,
Acting Oomptrotlcr Tucker, to day
appointed A. 1'. Haggard roeoivor ol
tue First National Hank of Daytou,
Teuu,, iu place of Davis 13, Plutube.
1 HE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk.
Special Dispatch to tliu Virginian.
pKinitsnt i:u, Va., Septeinbur 18.?
A promiuctit filet hod tit minister in
talking to me to day in refereuce to tue
changes which would prpoably ho
made by the Virginia Methodist (Jou
fureuca at its next annual sesaiou iu
iviebmoud iii November, stated that
Itcv, K. T. Wilson, now pastor of Olay
Street ?huroh, RIohinoud, and Uev.
W. J. Young, D. D., pastor ol I'ark
1'laee Church, in tho same city, would
in all probability bo scut to other
holds ol labor.
.Mr. Wihon is wanted at Monu?
mental ( hutch, Portsmouth, aud Ihe
Methodists of tho Petersburg district
are anxious that bu abuuld ho made
proaidiug elder of the diatrict to suc?
ceed Uev. L H. Ulddiclt, whoso term
expires by limitation with this session
of ihe conference.
The term of Uev. P.. N, Bledd, a
pastor (d Ceuteiiarv Church, Itlch
moud, expires by limitation and he
will probably go to Court Street
Cborob, Lyuchburg, and Uev, Col>o
.Smith, pastor ol P) worth 1 burcli,
Norfolk, will perhaps succeed Dr.
Sludd as piiBtor of Centenary ? hnrch.
Al the September term ol Ilm Elu>
tiugs i ourt, ol Petersburg, Judge J,
M. M?ller piesidiug, which opeus ou
uext Thursday, decrees will probably
be entered for the sale ot the 1'etera
burg Street Railway, und the Peters
burg aud Asylum Hallway. The for?
mer is ruortguged for one hundred
thousand dollars aud Ihe latter lor
thirty live tbousaud dollars.
'Ihe taking ol accounts in the mi t id
Col, John O. Watts vs. (leu. William
Mahoue will he i? sinned beiore ? urn
missioner W. P. Molina bu next Mou
day, Thu taking of these accouuts
will probably consume several weeks.
I he Priucelou Pauking Company, of
West Virginia, to day liled ill Ihe
Clerk's olliee ol the Corporation L\ u r:
a chancery suit nguinet Gen, Wi'liaui
Mahoue ill I Judge Edinttud Wa d II,
of Uiohmoud, trustee, under ? deed
executed by (leu. Mahono lost March
The object of the suit is to compel the,
sale, under the deed of trust to said
Waddtll, ami to subject the lauds
owned by Mahono m tue Slate
of Virginia to pay the jtidg
uiriit heil by the hank amount
lug to ?20,1)00. Inder the deed
reierred to Mahoue, convoys ins dwoi
ling bouse and a vacant lot in Puters
burg, together with all his household
furniture aud poiMiuul property ol all
kinds in bis dwelling hon>o to secure
tho payment ol certain claima men
tioued in the deed, umone otliors a
debt of Sei.000 due to Ina wife and 300,
000 io his ilaugber.
The County Court of Prince Cleorge
has been engaged since yesterday in
the trial of the oase of the Common
wealth s>. Uoldeu Carroll, a negro,
who is charged with having inuiiiered
an unknown negro near Oisputtmtu
station, on tho Nirlolk and Western
railroad, on the 27tb of last July,
Among the witnesses examined to day
was I'r. Brako, of ti.o reoeiv
iugship Franklin at tho Norfolk
Navy yard. Dr. Uraku identified tho
prisouer as thu man who applied lor a
place ou the ship ! lanklln on the 2 ith
of.I une last. Ihore are some dozen or
more witnessed for the defeuoe to bu
examined, the case will probably be
give.i to tin jury to morrow night,
.1. IMcriMiui ttoratiu i iiiiis.
ltv South<? rii Associate I Pros*.
New YoitK, September 13,?J. Pier
pout Morgue, Wl en asked to day as to
tho reported rupture ol the (Joveru
meut bond syndicate, as indicated by
the reappearance ol Lazard Preroa as
heavy snippers of gold, Bind: "There
has bceu no rupture. The syndicate is
going ou just Hie sumo trying to help
ali it can, I ut oh.igatiou.s expired
some time ago."
Asked il : i did not anticipate a de?
crease in the supply of bills again-t
cotton and breadstuff's, bo replied in
tho alUrmative and expressed some sur?
prise that a greater supply of lulls was
not iu tho market. The president ot a
large downtown bank, which is a mem?
ber of the syndicate, said that ho
thought that i was i.-oir.g too far tossy
that the syndicate had boon disrupt.-.I.
although its members may have con?
cluded not to deposit any more gold al
present, tin the other hand sub tu as j
ury oilicials express confidence that
the impairment of the gold reserve by
the exports will he inado good.
l-.vrrvtioilv i nlii urn About I?
Aid about the great clearing sale
now going on at Levy Pros.. 174 .\)?iti
street. Bargains throughout the store,
goods at less than wholesale cost; it is
tbo wonder of this season; coutinucd
for n short time longer. See Sunday
paiur lor udverlised prices.
They Rule at Anchor in the Harbor
at New York.
Tho Valkyrie is Being Prepared for
Her Journey Across the Atlantic.
What Commodore Kane Has
to Say About the Race.
Lord Dunravcn's Plans.
BySouthoru Associated Press.
Nuw Youk, September l.i. ?Thia
morning fouud tbu Dofouder aud Val
ayriu auohored oil Hay Kidgu, tiio oen
tro of auch a croup ot yaoti'-t us only
uii iuteruutiuual cup race hriuga to?
gether. Dolondur was decked tu u
full dress of colors. 1 hero was a fresh
breeze aud u choppy sea, and tbe big
tingle stiokorii rodu and cotirtuslod un?
der their lullituncu. Tho Valkyrie ami
(her tender loll Day Kidgu iu t?W for
biriu llasiu ut 0:20. It was after 11
o'uluok w hen Mr, Isultu, who hud
speut tho night iu tbo city und hud
oouie dowu to the Atlantic. I'aubl Uliih
in tho steam yacht Neckar, pul oll in a
launch to the Defender,
The iiik Walluoe 15. Flint then went
alongside anil put a lino aboard. Mrs.
sciin was ou the Defender with bei
husband. Ah the yacht got under way
iti tow lor .New itoohullc one uf the
yaohta, anchored c.losu by, burst form
iu a salute Irom bur gnu, ami the other
yachts, luKlng the cue, joined in a
noisy ovation that lasted twenty nun
lltos, atid Rounded In.') tbu tioiu'oard
meni of a besieged town,
tbu Valkyrie, in tow of the Lewis
Pulver, arrived nl lino Busiu shortly
before Id o'clock. The British boat
?Viva warped in betwoon the steamship
George VV. Clyde and tho ship (Jam
lull, and her sailors were put to work
at onco si ripping her. ily noon her top?
mast nud much ol the top humpur had
heeu removed. Lord Duuruveu was
not presout. Air. lilenuiu, Ins repre?
sentative, said that. Ins Lordship.would
start at oiion lor Colorado, with Ins
two duugbiurs, und (tint tho Valkyrie
would Hiutt .in the homeward voyage
us sunn a<( sbo could ho got In trim lor
the passage, lie sanl Unit tho Vulkyne
would not onler any race- for a special
cup ou uny eonditious, Beyond this
he would say nothing.
.Mr. Uutaey, who aus present, was
even more i einteilt. il. MttttlnU?
Kersey said Unit Valkyrie's sails would
he shipped to (Jowee, Her spurs would
bovural members of Um Aiuoncas
('tip Committee tin,I the BogBtla t i m
muten visile.1 tho Madison aveunv
cltihhnuso ul tli? New York y unht uluh
this utieinoon. No meeting of eithot
aommiltec was hrhi und no coniraum
catioua were received trom Lord Dun
raven or sent to him.
A, i 'a.is i aufield, secretary of the
cup coro mit toe. left the city at uoou
lor Newport. Ex-Commodore Nioboi
sou Ivane, ohairmau ot the regatta oom
miltee, said that he regretted the man
uer in which the racu wotiud up, hut
ti.at l.oid Dunraveu at the last moment
made rrijtiesls which tho commuter
could not grant, Mr. Kane continued:
"ii we bad acceded to his request to
call it uo racu, if at any time olio ol
the boats was interfered with by
steamers, it would bo unfair to thu
Oilier bust if she Were winning. We
did all that wo pocsibiy could do to
keep a clear course and prevent inter
fereuco and offered to postpouu the
start until the cottisu was clear, 1
don't know what more wo could do."
Mr. Kaue suid be knew of no ar?
rangement for races olT Marblehead or
any other olace. lie said it rested
with Lord Duntavou whether hu would
race any uioro in American waters.
VulUI lie Will Mil Mill.
Uv Southern Assuciatu t Press.
Boston, Mass., September 13,?The
following telegram was received by
tieu. Cnuiles Taylor this alternoou
from ('. Oliver Isolin, who represents
the syndicate that owns the yatchl Do
"JJbooki N. Y.. Septeuiber 13,
"Charles 11. Taylor, Editor 'Hobt,
I in - to n
''Many thanks lor generous offer, I
must decline at present to sail Valkyrie.
?? Sigued] c, Oliver Isrlik."
'1 ho Globe's yatotnug representative
in Now Vork telegraphed the loilowiug
(im. Chariot X. 'Taylor:
"Mr. Kersey had telephoned me that
the Valkyrie is bung dismantled and
that Lord Dunraveu has made no for?
mal reply to your proposition of yes?
? lie llvdsru Hun ul v
Thrives ou good food aud sunshine,
with plenty of exerciso in the opeu
air, Her torm glows with health and
her laco bloom* with its beauty. If
her system needs the cleansing action
of u laxutivu remedy, she uses thu
gentle and pleasant liquid laxativo j
Syrup Of Figs.
i in mot, it t&nr icihkm?
A nice line of low priced, nioe Dia?
mond Ear Kings has.come to baud at
"The Casket," rangiug iu prioo from
-in to per pair, Higher priced
goods well upon the hundreds also iu
slock. It you waut a gem of a atone
go tp tbtt gem of a jewelry store, 0.
F. Greenwood & Bro,, 153 Main street,
Everything good and everything
reasonable to be found, there*
THE FORNEY COURTM ARTIAL,
Col. Forney, of the Marino Corps,
Charged with Irregularities.
IlT Southern AMoolatnd Pro?.
BiioOKiiVN, Heptembor 13, ?The
oourt martial of Col. Kornoy, of Ilm
United Stuten marine corps, for alleged
irregularities m his administration of
iiiarmu harraukn at the Brooklyn Navy
yard, was resumed in the Government
building at tbn Brooklyn Navy yard at
10:3(1 o'clock this morning.
dp to to day uot a avuglo witness has
boon uallod, either for the prosecution
or tbo defousr. Advocate Karllett, for
the defense, lias so far eoufiued himself
to making objections of a technical
legal nature to theobsrgCB against Uol,
Forney, Ho has boon uo successful in
the attempt that two of tbo original
eleven specifications of too obargo have
already boeu withdrawn.
T bo court, iu view of this fact, do
c iled to tolegraph to h?'UiU|uartnrs laat
night to ask if it should proceed with
the trial With tho uiuo remaining spool
Qcatiouc, Up to - o'clock this moruing
uo instructions bad been received from
The trial was commotiood with tho
reading of the nitmitos of yesterday's
proceedings and proceedings wcro thou
udjotirued until 12 o'clock to morrow.
T HE G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT.
Tho Assembly ol IU9G Has Now
Passed Into History.
Uv Southern Assnalateil Pre**.
Louisvititat:, Ky,, September 13,?At
1(1 o'clock to night, when the htlglo
sounded lor ihe grand march of one of
the most brilliant balls ever given in
1 lie South, Ihe Grand Army encamp
niout ol '1115 passed into history.
Eight thousand of thn leading utti/.ou*
ot Louisville aud visitor! from abroad
participated iu the function, and the
array ol beautiful faces ami gorgeous
toilets comhiuod to create an entranc?
Col. Lanier and Mr>. .iohu A. Logan
and ox-Gnv. Stmnu Buiikucr and Mrs,
Wallace, of Chicago, gave a reoeptiou
I? tho encampment of thin and dele?
gates while the festivities wure iu pro
grese. The exodus of visitors was ou
in earnest all day, but tens ot thoilH
a.idii whose faces are turned toward
Chattauooga and Chiokatuaugn will
remain over until Kliuday. In even
respect jthe encampment has bocu an
Many bargains loft wllieh will bu
closed out at less than cost Hits week.
It. A. Samplers.
U Only Co its
To Prove What
We Say !
If you have not '.'5 cents to sparo
make appli -itiou ..t the Is tury or
ofth-fl. 'jn Main street and wo will
1 hear.idly givs you .1 >aui| lo liottle
of Qnratot. We wuut to conviuce
ovory family in Virginia that Qura
tol is Indispsutable ns a family rem
lily. Vou cannot aflord tu he with?
out it in you: home.
that Emergency Remedy"
Ulc?it, OU Sores,
Druggists Sell U ........ "CONCENTRATED"
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
211 hank ST.
RESIDENCES. i RESIDENCES.
-? HuL'S.S COLON I Al
A V h.
1 w vork.
I 3 YOKK.
1 1 ClIAH'i OTTS ST,
. s pp ?rc.
1 > ItKltMl da ST.
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uc m a in ST,
! JAMES bT.
FKHOURS N AYE.
1.1 ?VI IT AVE.
107 YORK H 1.
KM VOltK sr.
im 11 lusn ^r,
197 cuur ii ST,
. b, u3 chuhcii,
i js churi ii,
-.1 COAIMERi G,
MAYER & CO.;
MCAi Elia in
Railroad. Steamboat and
. 4 and 6 West Market Square,
It Will in All Probability be Placed
in Monroe Park.
Subscriptions to the Fund Have Been
Increased $1,200. The Amounts
to be Collected, A Com?
mittee ot Two on Invit?
r.v Hoothtiru Amtociateit Presi.
Richmond, Vo,, Hoptember 13.?At
meeting of tho Jefferson Davia
Mouuuioiii Assnolatiou hold this after?
noon Ihn presidont stated that a col?
lection for tho mouttmoDt fund was
taken in tbm city on the :)d of June,
resulting in subscriptions to tbo
atuoiiut of SI,DUO or SI,'200, in addition
to whut bad horutoforo been raised.
(In motion of Judge Chriatiau, the
prusident wits authorized to take atepo
to collect nueh of these subscriptions
as bavo not yet been paid in.
Ou motion, 'leu. Wtso was leanest
ed to apply to tbo City Council for
permission to erect thu monument iu
It is desired that the fountain shall
he removed to another site in the park
am) thu monument erected ou tho site.
lee president was authorized to ap?
point a coinmitloo lo report at the next
meeting how the board should proceed
in thu matter of inviting proposals for
u monument plan, .Messrs. Cbusterman
and Iticbardaou were appointed uh the
committee which la noi to recommend
a monument plan, but to suggest to
thu liv.n d how to proceed iu that direo
Miimmr ? Istiratun iiniirovliitx.
bv Southern Associated Press.
Hailbv Idaho, Haptnmber 13.?
I'elephoua advices from Hot Springs,
Whore Souator 1 hurstou and bis funny
are stopping, say that the preparation
in attendance reports .Mr. Thurstou
much improved, Tbu report seut out
last night of his duugeruiiH condition
I were unwarranted, tlo was merely
Bullering with a slight attack of sum
I in or complaint and unless u nexpected
symptom-1 devolopu hu will bo ublo to
rosiimu his journey eastward tumor
Nearly > very one neeils a Kood tonic at
tins suunon lloo i i t-.ii' apiirilla if the oue
true tunic .ind i . m 1 purillor.
to judge the merits of glasses f
is to test them. A
I do not allow r>lassea to *
go out of rny office until they f
A I I are absolute'y fitted to the A
A I CyCS- A
f P| Etamination is free, and tf
M ices of glasses reasonable. A
A OFFICE CLOSES AT 5 P. tvt. |
Large and Select Line of Fall
Caps, Umbrellas and Canes.
L. Jfl?K OLIVE?, & GO.
111 rviAirsi STREET.
The tramp life insurance .tgonU who tsioe
to make you belle-? that rov ether regular
life insurance company pays us large divl
deads or surplus ?? the Northwostera
Mutual, is gniltv of ilocoptioa by using mis?
leading KATIOH. which no honest man
would employ or exhibit, as they are made
np la cro.ito a t.dao iraproauou.
D. Humphreys & Son,
?EN'L AGEN'M MODTHWXftTBiUIJ
Burruss. Son & Co.,
Couimerci.il aud other business papor dif*
I.,.an. negotiated ou favorable term*.
i uy llouiU and other securities bougUfc
Deposits roeelvotl aud acoonnts iuvite.l.
Interest aliowott oa time deposits.
8tifo Deposit Uoxe* for rout. Charge?
Draw D.Iis of Kxehauga aud mako c*LU
transfer* to liuropo.
Loiters of credit iasaoJ tu prluolpet oltUrj
r>t ik.. ...a I