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umili?: MMI?K1!. 13.334. BICBMOND. VA., THURSDAY. APRIL 26. 1894 TIIREB CENTS ? Kit COPY HIE GREAT REUNION . \ Thi;;>an?!s of (Onfpil.raies at 'Mrrninsharn. THE ???G,???? Diai'CVTION. ? to th? 0;d SMiers to Mm in Richmond Praatol Wn fair sponsor ' . . .1 n?.? ? hta ?? <>? ??id u? lion hi lh? I .1.1. an of Soul!?? V'el ? ? ? ?.? liment? '. . SESSION. ?,,?' I all ioti, ? na ..? ? Diale?. ?? ' ? 1 ? : valoi ? '? ? th? I , ? . ? ' : ? ? reunl >'? ? I \\ e ? ' W ? ' ? ? and ? ?.,'???: ? ? ? I ? ?? ; . ile ? ? ? ' I to 1 ? .' ? ? 11 tn? -? In id? ' ? ? In war. ? ? .. i'Ii a ill Ilei . :?? iv- u. ,. ? . lo >k Into tn? ? ? ih? I ? a ! .? t ? 1 know I . man 1 I Mesa ? ? In 1 ? ? ? ' I wish 1 , thai Hi. ? ? t Will ? I ? ? I ' ? ? I, in?! ? ? ? ? .. ? am It ??a ' I ' ira ? tha ? ' "'' ? v- :. |, ,| ,,., ' ? r th? frownli . ' ? ? ?,.?.? thanafn r Aba bants l ? I,, tl,?? Bra ? f seven ? ??-, ? ? ? number, Bad two a re tbs ? ? ktura of ???? ?,? ai Bar from il. '? BUI BBS) .-I'll M;ill:i ?I th. ??. ?. A?d g, Alabara ?"Ouaii liiV* *?"> ll nuble in BYSMcUa? I moi ?m- \?:il furnish her ?11 the ?les ?. sani? (Langbter.) Tas tin- r!;-?i ?<dl Of ? d the tini!,.-e ?,f h.r piare? her to the front rank? oui laai meeting aaaap af gar ? n fatten frees Hie rank?? t Klrl.y Htnllh Ftemea Villi, e htid ? '.'?? ? Btaisamen, bare Joined ' eyond tbe ? ? ? return th.uiki. "f sil ' in I of Un? arrent Btat? . , G la ?in limitier* ?? ? I .TAXJTT. I \ '?: \l..\ . April 2G,.--\?. L. ??? ?.. <;.i. .? u.?? ?. union frota tbat piaci. '? '.! . i-'i!... ??? ' :i 'ti lb.? effect? r ?? at Lbe Charity Ini ai?? now lying : ? CO.'? ill, lr? M ' ' Il L .:? k W.iS ., |.| ? CHICKAVAUGA iVILITARY PARK. ? beaks ? ii.r.ioi ..filie Cosfedsrsle Vete ? ?.?. at till im ??*??.????. U1RMIXGH VM. ALA . April M Tbe , ?. ol ?.?? Colt? ri bl | ??? !? ?.? ? ? ? ; m United tl Chick 1 ? ? , National . ? ??;?? lead* I ? ? .?. on i ni ? pn .ed, aii'i Hut ?' ? and legti lai un ? of ? ; ? ally our ?? . ?? '??,>?-? in ? ' ' ???? Iy co-op? rate v??'h ? the ....?.? ? him in furtln r woi k of . ?tabllahlng lbe park." BANK TELLER W. T. DEY DEAD. ?..iii? im si,i,i,i. Ksaaevis ? Bat-b of Kepabll? ana N< >l;,?. ?LK, \ A . ?? ? 11 .'"? fBp? ?, ? " y dl? ! thla morning at bis [tran 'a? ton, In tbe : r of 1 age. The d? ilth for torn? time, ! I. ? ? ? .?: to tl !,?".-?? Binse a ? I four chll i ? f biS dl all.. ? ? ..f the city. a memtx r ol tb ? ? ? the meet Academy al ! o'clock this p l will ad'li .-1 anoth? r gsth ?. batch of IU| rei from il t ? da> l.y Coll? c . M ? ?. v. ill be ? of th? forre al the ? : torn ? ??? p? rally, ? thi : " lury De . ? ? commett? ine iii . . ? ? ? l'oint will !"? aboi ? - - Atlanta bai PENITENTIARY FOR ONE YEAR. A Colorili lloj ?Iole a Pocket-Booh I ???? lalnlng ? tableen Dollare. ROA N< ?KB, VA . Api II . ? 18] ? Terry, a col m d boy 17 y? ? Of ?'??? !?? rv in ih,? H US nt Un. ! at coi the | une ?... Il ' main lt<la ?-iiii.ii? ? ?lx w? ind ? ? rtlon ?.f ih?? II."II. \ I t N? "i.. Killed by ?? inni Train. I w 8, \ ?.. Api ! Ill I) . 36 \, ,? ... g:!', wl. ? ? , o.ai ,;. "!??? and . IMIili u., - from North Carolina, and king on ihe ' 'h< apeake and a deck t and for The Coroner'i ? ,i ; rendered a \? rail? t I li.it dec? a-? d own car. nd that r In ? ? ?.?. .??!?,.' \ ?-.tiii..ii for White and RobtnaoB. MAN ?SSA8, V \ . Api 11 ? tBp? ? ?,, ? ;.,\. : nor < ?' Pei rail, from fortj ? Mui ? .,? ai liai 1 lai? ? for Rol ,,? I l! hl!??; ? ?!-?> : ? " ? and , thei .., n I tills ??.?\ , ,.,.. ? bj ?;?? i?..\. mor until to ullovi ? II. '" apply error, and II poi tibie obtain ? t'i..l. _ Virginia Sen? Itenae, ?. v. ? ?r. ?' J. I. ifferty, editor of the ?? .. ? lectured en ? lay m-m at ;.. ?, tl ? tiurch, ? ? ? In?' ! Mn in?? In' UI .n my, a hlch two month? ago : to pull OUI <'f ?'Iii Bglf, Will on Ma'. 1 -, ' the city in ? .. la m, Hall g llenahaw, ,.. i.i of the Virginia Inlo Ihe ..fli? e, , with the Union Aaauran Lou Ion and the Grand Rapid?, ? ,. .Mi Ihr? " compii : Mr. w UH '.'n ?, Julies d ed on l'a? d .y r .m ?, ? Ma K Im ni- m ,i\. nue, ,!?>>. are. 11>? was a m? ml. fu of ? H. Mili ? ??.. . 11, luce il .li-- un ? waa foi mei ly chi? f ri. rk of ?!. Lln ? of ab ??. m lea wa? a native of Virginia, und ?. ni to Hall mor? to live In ? ???,'.. n? ? wld..w, one daughter, Mil a Lu??** ?: Mil ma, Charles If., n. .ni s. muel A. allies, all of whom li?, in Baltimore, n,. ?. Weir Mitriteli l-eada Hla Drsssa. ??? -' \V? Ir Mil hell, of Phil? leiphls, rama, ' Sir Pram la Di-ake," the Mi Vernon Hotel, ? nlghl Tbe pro ? the res ling will be d? voted to Roanoke Irland, th.? ? : ? First Belli? m. ni. lu? ll I. Virginia Dare m-? North Carol ) Ian, waa ? the ? land, and M ibleo, Um : . waa I iptjxe I Hi? r.?. ? ? ol Ol l l'ori liai.??.?).. on th.? . ? h ? ??! ? b) the Memorial \ ballon, und? r who e aus: Ici?? t ?a?- leading was he >. _^^. ?...., gi? M Iule Inp Trillili. \ STA, Aprii -?'.. The ?..\. t- mi Bl day m tli trial Of Ih? In e lai.mil.m: ti.?? faci thai . ral parties ng thai tin- whip t . pr?t enl et id nee being given I rei nmi ni about violations ..f the las ? the pro ? cu \. a man ord? !'? ?I I the ?, ??? tniiiit ?? ?- atrick? . a out, an ? onh one ? emains < lerg-ruaaa < ?.iiimli? Sul?l?l??. ?. MISa, April ?:?'. Al ger? r. Ret ??. K. Buttar, an, area found bang ? m Ins room ?it Hi, ?. ? r ?? where Ii b ardeal 'i'h?? li an an ni.-lira!ila ,?? - ! h?? .?.iiiinltl.il Cl / I l.y phj "deal agony. . ? ais at Atlantic ?. ? . .1 ? I ?|..'.i?i?.? I ? ..n.iliiv. grudge tin? little ???>???> ? ; ? r. - r. phis Plnater eoata and tbea when they ,n? nuked with pela ? . ?.. ..i fioul tin- BoresMai from .? cold, Ibey win apeol ?ny amount ?-f money to relieve tbe l'aln. H . i ' . aa "1 Hies.? wulld re aowned pieal rs oa hand tiny would ?* saved nnl ?if ?uttering and t>? ik her. At tbe iirsi ?ign ol ?tiffnena ? o,? }oiata ammtf ????? ?if the??? pialler? without any tleiuy. Tl?..? ???????? ??..n ??- gieatljf ???''' rag al oafs, and ??.? ? ? ? It will be mone) . i; ra Ibera <.n band, le ?a) nothing of lbs comfort they bring. i'a luis contala no irritaiini mutter. Voi.? t.. .luv f..r William ?. Tanner, ilio ?-perivaced nuancier, for Mayor. HIGH-HANDED ACTS.1' ioxeyites in the West Tafce Possession of Trains. ?EDERAL TROOPS ORDERED OUT. Surrender to Them on ihe Part of the "Industrials." FIGHT AT BILLINGS, MONTANA. ???? ????.,,,,? M,ir?l,ul nini a CoKiinoiiirssIrr Hhot hikI ????rlou.ly IVoiiii.le.l-.llor? ? ron I.l?? A|>|ireli<-ii<l<-.l. WASHINGTON, April Bl OaenrralScao ? ?. ' itnmaadtng lbs army, basi night arai a telegram t" Deaerai Merritt, ooea atsadlag tas Department of Dakots, hv itraetlag htm, by direction of ttts Pn 1'i't, to hav,? a Sufficient fori?? s?nt to ? ii?? t .,!! Parsons engaged ba lbs unlaw? ful setBure of th?. Northern Psctflc tram a Batta, Mont., and to bold th?? trala and nil ?m board until they ran ? ?:? iiv rad t?. ih?? Halted Btati ? Mai ba] ol Montana, subject to the orders ol Uta United Btstei Districi Court In lbs ' pillion of tt,?? fOTernmeal ???? il.iis, none >,f tba so-called army move meats of tbe unemployed ars bo formlda? ? is tin- f.n>? along th?? line "f the Northern Pacific railroad Th?? telegrams rsctriTsd ),? i?? state that bands ranging from CO ?. 100 men are eoagr? gated along tiiat road, with Hi?? BToared Intsa? tlon of conting to v. ? Ulngton, bj peace. ai:,? m? m ; ir possible, l"'t by forcibli m? .m? ir they must Air? idy one or two trains hsve rs ? ? ai laed, and ? ting othei ?. Attorney-?',, ?,, ? ,, ' Hi I '?' ,?' ? I ? t? I??? graphed the United States Marshal ol Washington t? use every means in hli ???.??? r t.. maintain thi peace and the se? curity "f property. 1 be ? Blted Btates marshals In Montana, North Dskots,en?. .Mm,,, ota i,ad pr? viously been lasti t.. Hi?? .-?nil. , Beet an! all of thi tn SI directed i" promptly notify Um ''? par! n,, nt of Justl ?? the n. i"? nl ''" ?? ?'" un.,??!?? t,. control ih?? populace. ?lili: BITUATION. TI,,? ord? r of tl,?? Preald? nt f? r th? t.?, ,i|.s ??, int. rcepl Hi?? North? m PscBk train, snd srrest the runaws] H Ban con? . ? solely i" command reap, ? foi thi mandate "f '!'?? United .Staus Court and was no! In ? n,.i,,m.,? im rferem m ? ?? ?' affairs it is ? \|ilain ? al the White House last th? Butte minera bad applied to the Northern ,,:',. lab? (thai road being In tbe hands "f govenuneni receivers) for free . irtatlon to Washing!? "? and when th) aas refused thi strik? p Beised a locomoiive, : cars to form a train, and win ? ili?? Uniti l Btati s Court granted an In ji nctlon agnina) thla action and It it* ? an ?.,i thi arresi of Uu and the United Btst? ? Marshal atti mpt? ? . , ute the orti? re with ss ?. ras able to aummon to hli ail, bla force? were overpowered, ani tii BtOli n ti.iin ' - >I" d? Wh? ? these fac? rere rei ort< ? to tl ? i.. ? arimi m "i Justl ? they were bl ?,, the an? ii 11? m ??: i! ?? ?? aident, with ih?? i,.co?t,m? ndation "i th?? ? tl Ocneral that the Federal authority t? supported by ii""|.?\ thai being tbe ?of. live left to tii.? government i'r? ,-i i?'iit at ,.:i,?.' called tl,?? general com mantling th?? arm/ Into consultation, and fully ? ; idertng the matt? r, ?;? :. ? ?., e di upon tin commander "f the Department of Dakota lin ?? iiii h militai y ??? pai imeni ?? ?. .d? piaci ? ?," ?? nd a auffielen! fon ?? ??; to am ' ail persons ? nga ? : ? ire "? Hi?? Noi n ? ?? train at Butte, Mont, and to bol ? il,,? li.lin and ?>? r?ons tiiiiil they could I?, ,|. Iiv? red to the United .?-tat?-? Marshal i u Montana, subject to the Distri t Court, Tin.?? dispai nl bun nicht to ileneral Bwayne, ??!,?. I? commander of the l ?? |,.,t tin? nt "i l ? ??.,???. with head quarters at st. Paul, during tin? absence in Euro].four-months' l aw >?? ?, til w ? ?. ?. M, nut. Tu ST< "I' Till'. TUA I.V. Tl ' moi : .?':.? ta learned fi im armj ofBi ers al l.iv Ingston, where the ' road to the Yellowstone Park ? with the Northern Paciflc, thai the stolen train had pass? d that point and ll Colon?.?! Bwayne, orden were seni to ?.,? ?.,, n ii.t ,?.?.???? ? John !?' Page, com mandine For! Keogb, Informing him "f Mi?? President's orders, and directing blm to maki? arrest?, and under no . Ircutn i m, ? s t?, ??? ? mil il? ti.liti to pass Mi!? '?it>. This afternoon, when it was learned that'the train minili !.?? some time in ?. ;. hing MU? ? Cltj. ? 'olone] ? ige was ? r ? ?? ? ??, malve the arreata with as liti!?? delay as possible, ani it is not unlikely that he may pui troops on a train ?nd make an effort t" capture th,? min. is' u.un to-nlght There is tome apprehension that C ? ? may in? ? t a ? ? , irrli ? i"- ord : - Into effect, as ti:?? mi ? m possession <? ihe train are undoubti II) ili ara,,,?. and have already abown a il ion toward lawli - aneas nee Is ? It, how? r? r, In Col ,n, I Page's being equal t,? a ha ? ever emergen may ai ? DBPI TV MARSHALS CAPTURED. WASHINGTON, April BL The follow in;: telegram, which ?\.ij received at th? White House to-day, was obtained from Private-8ecretary Tburber this evi li ??.is from Governor Richards of Mon t.??.a. and waa a III? .-? ?! to tie G? ? of tbe ? nit? ? But? ?. ? be dbipatch Is. ,? ??. ?, ?,a. Mont, and rendi as ? ? 1? ?, ? : "Information reaches me by wire that the Lami of Coseyltes fleeing the st.it. with a stolen train ??a? overtaken nl Billings by deputy United stu-s nur sh..!.?, uh,, were trying to serve ? wrii emanating from the ? nlted stat. s Court A Aghi ensued. Oae deputy marshal was wounded, and the leader of tii?? Coseyltes u., wounded. The deputy marshals wen , ? : powered by Um Coseyib a and off with revolvera aad other weapon?. The mob then Surround, ? the deputi???, ani Dow bold ti,? in prisoners "The train la ?r?tala ? few hours' run ,,? i.itt Ksogh, it is impossible for tbe s ite militia to overtake it As Governor of Montane I hereby requesl you to ?)1V, 11,,- ?<???t,?? troops at Fort Keogb Inter? cept the Coseyltes sad am Bi and ?. i,? ilnin subject n? ti,?? orders "f tt,?? United st.u.s Court bttuing the writ referred to it" th.? Coseyltes pass Fort ?? ,??? orders Can 'inarate from you for Heir appre liihsicn. ? reqrjeai that BMsral troops i? ordered to overtake tasan. Promptness required, Qaagrmd) "?'. ? RICRARDS, "Governor of M mt.,.,., " VARIOUS OOXfTI CONTINGENTS, WASHINGTON, D. C. April SV ,s,-. ? lai ' Bi ports hav? ?>? en rao bred al Be? lie? hsadojUBrters her? from tha authori? lias "i other placas showing tt,?? atrensth of tl?? various i-oiitiiu?. nt.? BOW moving oa Wsabtagtim a summary sttoara: Coxay, at l-'rcdeni k. Md.. X?) Retry, Naola, la., LIBI Fri.?. Terr Haul??. Ind., 1.,..,. Iiv,? s BastdBd division, Mil^ansboro' 111., ?,?. Grayaoa, Piatti ville, cato., wo. Galton? Lovehutai, ?>., ..??. Handall. CkttSUTA '?"". Conttngaai al LRUs Kalis. Minn., loo. Batta, Moat, at?). M<?-nmouth, 111, Mg Ottoawa, ?a. ido. Sullivan's for????, t'hirago. 1,000. ?Viitingent ut Anderson. Ind., lfd. Aubrey's forco, Indianapolis.' TM Total, 7,0(X). RasporU from the BOtttS authorities In th?? towns tltr.tiKh whl.-h tins,? ?????? BJSBtS pans BN reivlvrd her?? daily. News BggBaT latagraSBB reduce Kelly's strength lu ubout I.??" Tlie r.bove statement drws not In.-lude any of th.? partial gathering In Caiifur liln. v. to gasa not y\t got out of that Stai??, nor those in Oregon along the | Northern l'aaiic. These combined sggre ,lt,. paveral ??????? m-n. but they ar? ;;' pei .? ????? ?*?>? "ff? ANOTHER_JRAIN SEIZED. ,1? fr-# ?onllngent Un-nlng I'.ailway Tie? ami ? enees- l?e?p?rstlon. TPPRI. HM'TK. IND.. April ?.-That eattagaat of Ctm?ft army na?? con?. ,,??! ?f Oesesal .I^uto C. Frye f rcbiy ook poBB-sslon of an ?aet-bound freight ratn G BVtag bare at 3 o'clock this after ,??, -?,,. Banani ot ?"?* h*m ?'???p? *? lave paid tb? lalBand aapsay for tgaaa? ?2a a, far BS ?r-.i1 twenty mile? ?,-,,-.. Haute bal hftar th.? loading ,f horras inwoaa eaenaaf ulenena, and ilankete, tbe 'r">n l,u"",J out? ?*?*'?? he Irvdustrisls m ths cltv. Tiny apea* n.t night near hen. aatng the raUraad ,?,,any'.? fences end ties (or fasL one nun waa Kid.-traik'.l t?. pr-vnt the ?on monweslera from ??.?ti'.ng it. Wb? ? the tra?na uto -rtarted this after looa ths M aasdlerB Basala a mah f??r ? freight aad esptnrsd it. Th- ?-ngineer l that the Industriala had rall ?oad m ? In thttt ranks, aad lhat if he ?efueed to ft.irt the train h<? trouM b? [.iit off. and On? *** thtft OSTA in? ? . ? ik.? the throttta The trainmen ?ere unable 11 prevent ih'-m from riding, ,? tbe Industrials were d termined, and .?y resistance would h;;\.? rasaltsi in Brasil being la tbe beurl <.t the indiana ???ni district, ani hund?an? of rainera be? ni,? out "? strike, then may be serlou* trouble, "ni?era arili, on account ,f being ?? lap' clabg the charity of the city In preference t>? the Industrbus The m? mb'T.? ..? ? >y they will eontlnue te ? ?rn the raj road rompaay*s until th'-ir blank? im and cooking are brought bean to th.-m. Th. irmy wa ' ?nd a de ? ,,, ' ; pobos Mirro unded tbe city. AWAITINC THE TRAIN. regalai Tiaopa ?ui fern B**bat n i?oe? ??.? G??* Mile* < ill. M1LE8 MTV. M"NT. April -'?.-The government troops st IVtrt Keogb ara in nadln ? to march at a moment's n?? ii. ., Minn ti,?? expected order la received t.. proceed to csptun the Northern Pacific tiain, bow In ? a of th? 19 un employed men en ? iute for thin jila<->?. ? ibable thsl tbe csptured trsln arili lay up for the nigh! beton reaching this city, ?? which case tbe iroope will noi be moved before morning; The nuthori tl? ? are being kept fully advised of the movement? ..r tin? trsln by tb? Northern Pacific t? l< graph ?? ? ratei - al? ng tbe line. r risoti ??t Pori Keogb consista ol GOO m? n. with a. Qstllng I ittery, Colonel ; in command. Tuo probabBltjr Is that tbe leaders will be r turned to Jiutt? under militar) escori While nt ?. gin? ? r of Uu fugitive train went to t!..? aldi tra? k an?1 took two empty box-ear?. Whit? then also II?a.?.m got s mi tbat UlS blnlT. three a rom < ? tbe Croa tion. hsd been I wn up, ? rook to alide on ti.?? ti Ti " ?Lr-CAR TAKEN. ? '?: t!ie Mon? tana Division iool-car | 11,000 woiiii of tools. The men push? ? the cer off the aide-track t" the main line, when the em In it and < >uph I it t.. the train Two m us then taken fi m track Tbe train i bul on k a? Ing tbe j ard? th? cast ini: pulled .. it of ' ' ink nnd the tram broke In th? ml The engineer ? m to tbe i"'in l-houae left his old ? n u'd took 11 on the di? vision in ihe mean i!m>? the men enter . d tin? ? ? ? : ion tool '??? '- I nd 1 ? irge - f ?hov? la and pick?, runnlni the train. H an old Union Pacific an l M ? nlon engin? er, and ?? a* one ? ? ?'? v. ?. i. r. gtateri ? si one : Cleveland snd st snoth? r as Smiih Th? trsln j ? ? ? ? il mi ? operators, snd men ol ? ? protesi Ihe Cow He? ge reeled. SI. PAUL, MINN . A,"d . ?: . ted nt 13 ? by Colon? ? it Foi m., 4?) mil? a ?resi of ?? ? Keogb. THE BILLINGS FICHT. One of 11.e ?Ulli??,? alni u ?oieylle ?ni oil?ly U ?Hindi il. BILLINGS, MONT., April : ? Bl I bloodshe ? resulting from Iba < buhes ??? III ? law and the industrial Bl ?! ? movement which Is n,.w sweeping ovei the ' luntry In a wave "f monster pro? . waa wltnei ted ii re to day. II ? ,t ?? ??? loci thla mon this litti. , t? was thrown Into wild ex, by the announc? m? nl thai the train ?it of the ' ' ixey army was rushing Into the city on ? Northern r train frnm tbe Weat ?it a high rat?? of '? ly fo red by a train? ;, el of Uniti I Btati - ? puty marshals. ? iti ??:' ih?? Btatemeni waa ? a few minutes before noon, when tbe train of I',??.-.ars ran Into town. The t'oxeyltea ??.,?? overtaken by the Bpeclal train with the mai ibala just as tlicy en? ti l'I tbe 1 mils nr' lie- .ity. After their arrival it was learned thai tl,.? marshal?' train ovi rtook th?? Hogan contingent jusl as they w tre pulBng away from Columbus (formerly known sa s ut water), and attempted to arrest the pro? of the train bearing it,?? KB unem ployed who ur? In poaaesslon of tl;?? train. ? ,, I? adi rs woul ? noi yield to ti,?? de? mands of tii marshals lo give up the train, snd Instructed their men to go which waa done. The two trains came on during the forenoon hours until? ity was reached, when ;? stop ??,,? ordered, the conflict between th?? two resulting TWO MEN HURT. ?? near a? can be learnetL Marshal Me? t? ord. red tha leaders of the cap ? : train t?. turrender, and when they ? to ?lo BO, ? 1? ? Bt tt:?? marshals, ? , ? ? in?.- ? COI im ili ? to do BO, ii:?? I upn Hi, crowd of men on th.- cars ? ots wi re qui klj ri turned by the Industrials A number of shots arer? ex? Ine parties before Mar? iti Di rmott could regata coatro] "f his men. During tho Orina m.f tbe de? puties was serioui I] wound? d, and one of Hi?? m.n on th.? rear I'lattoitn of a car ??..s ahoi in lh? groin. HcDermoti deckled that his men Brers hot ? ? Iks ? ! la aa daai Uh m. and orden ! his man to desist urine, which t?,? y di l. The captured tram boob aitai ? died ou! from the depot aad McDi r? moti notified iba authorities that bis force was inadequate to capture the let arbo W'-r?? del I to retain ? ?.-?? ? r,f tin? train. Al Bte latest adi iptured train is continuing its wsy t ? Mllee City, artieri ?- ,? ,??,? . ? rj thai ti" Federal Iroopa win arrest them, and recover the train. ORGANIZER HOGAN COMaLANDING. M IN ? ??? ?US. MINN., April ? it I stated by ? Great Northern oBBcial thai ? | ' , .?, I IBS ? al of tile Butts contingent and that tabi is Ike rea son be l? ft the Gres! nortk? m Cosftnae? CoBsntlttea snd returned to .Montana. COXEY'S OWN COMMAND. Anneil >i??r YVllI? " Manners of 1'eac??, " Mhl? h Aio Deadly Weapons. WASHINGTON, April .5.-A special from Ki.?!? li.'k. Ml . to tii.? lOst says: Asida from the attest? in? nt in camp this .?.?nini; there wiis another Incident that was worthy ?,f in.!??, as psatasatjr overins ?me of ltrowr.e's ?1 ep-laid silivnTs, He calls it "i>Huuil?: bsanera ot peace*1 t?> the ajen. It is iik.iy that las waaglasjrtoa authori ti. s would term It making an Biased bodj of th.? Commonweal. The "banners ?f panes ' are Battei 5xl2 Inches, made of ?mion. and printed with "Paaos an Karth. and Good YVfil Toward? M*n." They ar..? neither ratnsrkabls nur foratldabss, but th..? BUM BS >n which they are carriel are four foot ouk clubs an Inch sijuare. ind heavy enough to bratta a man at a blow. In ad? dition th.-y an? to be shod with an Iron ?ecket ostensibly to hold a bayonet, but ?aton UU? men are armed with these weapons they will be a formidable body batead. Browse may be perfectly sincere In hi sjrprseesd toasts ear peace, but a aatalkti loki-n would have Betta much lesa expen? sive than the atad at ?ak. The ?tick? wvre only received to-day, and It ? thought that the heretofore unetplalne-i lay-over here was to allow time for th?di manufacture. Th?.? men on picket aYaU around the camp to-night are equipped with the oak sticke. In hla order to-night Browne announce? Hyatutown as lbs stopping place to morrow, Oalthersburg the following night, and Rockvllle on Saturday, ac? cording IB the ? hedule. Small Po? Following Coxey. NEW YORK. April Zi.-Dr. Alva H. Doiy. Chief in?pector. Division of Con tagloua Diseases. Hoard of lleullh, says there Is great danger at small-pox being ageaad an aver dm aaaatry by Ce??ry*a army. Dr. Doty ha? had much experience In fighting disease, and gives warning of tho Impending menace to public health. He assert* that nothing ran prevent the smalt-p??x fruni being carri??! from one city to another by OSBSfS folios era. An All? je?! Surrender. MIN.VKA I'm.IS. MINN. Aggi 35.-1 A. M.?It 1? BtatSfJ St the Nrthern Pacific in adqaartera in thi.? ?ity thai the Mea tana contingent of Oasapttea has Barrea? d id to th?? isgahua at Btorayth, Mon? tana MORCAN'S MONTGOMERY SPEECH. Ilenia! on Ihe l'art of Ihe Senator of a l'ertalo BaWSSSl of It. IiIR.\HN<?IIAM. Al.A . April -V-The report sent eat from Montgomery pur? porting to give an account of Bane tor Merga_r*a apaseft in that city Saturday night last hes aieated great indignatimi union? the Senator's friends Ths gana* t.,r hinv.'f destre? that a nenia) '.a tarad for tb? beasfll of his friends throughout the country. II ? Is h : day, and head? t?? tb? goutbern I } ? ? following statement: "I have never been more wsrraly n> ceived that ?it Montgomery on Bsturday night. Indeed, the outpouring of people ani their cordial greeting, sa well aa iheir kind attention t<? all thai I said. s d anything I had a. righi t ? . I pect Oenetnl John W. A. s.u.ford, ? distinguished man In this Stai,?. Ir in? duced m" t.? tin? ?p ?|.????, heard my . ani aft? trerda asid t.. m? : The reception t<> yen, General, to-night was as remarkable for its size and .nt!, aa any 1 bave ever seen accords ? any po liticai ?peak.-r in Montgom? rv. and I have . SB th? ni all for many y? .u I, It ???liialled that sccord? 1 Mr. Yanny In i?>-> up..n hN r. t iru from bla tour in the North in advocacy of Rrecklnrtdge and Lena and lhat area 1 notali.? ,?\?::? In our city. The hearty eh?? ring duriti.; the speech and lb? v. .id outburst "f applause at ita conclusion show bow your speech ?.nd you ar.? regarded by ..ur people.' "I d?. not esh that ?his maternent be ?ent out by the Bouts ri A soclated Press from any motive ol personal vanity, but I do wish tbe pe iple to know the truth as to bow the principle? I uphold are 1. ? ived by th?? 1?? ? ; le of Alaban WILL SETTLE WATER DISPUTES. A gseeeeefSl G????????? Vieti? Hi? ?h.i If.uiie-shi'ip Killing Dsg? Canght? WILSON, N. C, April M.?(Special 1 At the last meeting "f the city aldermen ? was de ; ?.-? to put In ? wster gauge at the police headquarter? to enable any on? ? the atnoiint of water ?u th?? stand pipe. This will prevent an* i of dispute us to tbe water suppl) In ca ? of lit??, ntil. ii occai Ion? l som.? ??? at lbe last fir.?. Mr, li. .1. Herrick ima purchased half Interest In tbe \\dis.m Mirror, and will ?? political ? dltoi of th it pap? r. Ha will movi ben ?,: oui Ma) ! ?. Mr. Cullen Battle end wife, of St. Louis, M..., formerly of Wilson, are here on ? vieil t?. the family of Mr. l: ? Rhod? 1 Mr. Ba ? a ? mlnently - u m ids wi -tern horn . aad hai .1 ? imulati 1 ?.libera s rei il nights ago sonn- doga killed a sheep on Mr. V. W. Darne?'? place The si. . ?, w? re then pul In the f?.! 1 st Bight, but the doss, upon aheep Intent, would vigorously attack tbe fold and en? deavi :? to - ale the walla t.. >? l si th? Ii \ leti me. Las! ? m?? m u watched for it??? canlm 1 , and when tb? y 1 am? 1 upon them and put t!? in ' High!. One dog bit the dust Tbe wir-h for fewer dogs and more wool, 11. u ?. ga aoid "ii this ra irk t la tur lav for - cent?, lower Iban in several ?at* pi't. which Itili? a?? s that there If an abundance of thai product. FIRE AT COLUMBIA. The II...?.ry la tory ttiililn II..? G.????|<-? liny IN ,?,?? Deotroyed. COLUMBIA, s. ? ., April M. Pire this aft. : noon destroyed tbe boelery-factory ; within the wails ef the ? ?.iry. an ? operati ? by private parties The building was own?.? by the State, and was a total ??.-1, there I .... irano . t?..? building was ml I 09, The loes was 130,000, Including th.? machiner) an I stock. Th" mill w...? op? lit? I I,y con? - I O ?ring t?? the mflamraable mat. rial ,.? th?? stork it was Imp get ii ?it.? und? r Control. Tin . "ir. let? 1. work, an i had !.. en marched to th Ir :. . Itami ? !?? atnoii'; them, .n.! ..m?-..r them assisted th.? gre u ? n in fighting t!:?? t!:?: The tir?? is : ipp -. I t.. hav I. ? a? n 1, Who was |. ft t.. lo.k up l! ? factory, John ?italiani, i.r this .ity. ?ras nn.? of ih?? principal owners of th ? ra '.', The hoslen nmcnlnery .ml stock wer? Insured for 19,000, SHOT BY A PRIEST. Prelly Mai')? ?.ilinai Ilo the Victim of ?lealoiis), CINCINNATI, "111". Apt.I : ?..:? GHlmsrtln, a pretty clerk employed by th.- Pulvermacher Qalvanlc belt Com? pany, area shot and instantly killed this moti.'in; while OB h.r way ? work Th man win. committed th.? murder was ui rested snd gave th.- name of George R? ed, aged ::", Lui lettera in hi- pocket Identify ti ? ?? ? as ?? Catholic pi i? -? ? uned ? 'ath< r ? '..ii.ii.i. k < ?'Qrady, Inaai ..i ibi girl ?md bar d? -ir?? t.- get rid of his un? weit ime ait- nn?.us .-aus. I ih?? trage Iy At tr.' station bou?? ? fOrady sti Buiclde i> taking poison, but ?l proi pi :, ??.in.? s.i\? 1 bla li? . Hinting In l'ohin.I. WARSAW, .\,,t ? ::.. A great strik- of minets, ?ton- a?.???.? i'-, an 1 Otl ? : ? vails In the Petriksu District of Poiaiul, '. ? rioua ?i'.is ?.?.' : ilted Two th ?usan ! troop? occupy the town . ? :i"\?i'.i. where iii disturbance? bave been most violent, ? ? t additional troops ara now on their wsy there, In tbe flghta that have aln-aly o* ? urn ?! Sixt? ? strikers beve been kill? I. end a lei number wounded. The Midlers have be a ? t,, fire Into the mobs ? peatedly. Th?? prison sl Scsnowlca b filled with Btrtki ? ? who h?'??? ' a srrested f^r riot 1 bree hundr.-d Pelee, mostly st ?., ? ? n s| ?. i.ii ?? ru? a la a church yeetei d iv to ?. lebrato the ceni? nnlal of th? r belllon of Kllonebl After th? serv???*? tbey marched In a body to the botta? of ? ndant of Kllon-kl'?, in fi ? which th '? eh ?? ? ! a.. I SbOUted '? i .... . ? ? ? iwd and nrn-t??! :'ii of th.? party, thirty-two of them being women. tun Bits fresa Britain. LONDON, April 0. A Mil was Intro ?: . ? I la tl.? I! :- Of C BU? Bfl tO-dsy providing f. r sa eight-hour workli for miners. It pass.?.) its ascend leading by a rata <.f M t.> IK The bUI vas aot a party aaeaaar?. Th? i.ot. ? a Aa un ! ? la aaal a h 'ter yes terday to Herbert Gladstone, Klrst Cam? aer of Works, aaklng permission to ?red pla'f.rnis In !!>.!?? Park, s.inllar ti those put up l.y the lebor Uediri in UN, lor th?? May-!'av esisto rati., ? of the '?? tsraatioeal Solidarity Of Lebor." Mr. G.1 idston?? replied In th.? most ?-art man? ner ??? ?ltd,?, refusing to great the re? quest, or to give any explanation of hi* refusal. Cottoli ?..?..?. Trade MAN'CHKSTKK. BNGV- April ?1-Th.. Guardian, lu its commercial article, ?ays: ThS mark.-t durine; the? week has ???.;? HUleter, with an ea.si.-r t? BBBSSM y. Among thon?? anxloua for order* tin? number at needy seller? Is steadily Increasing. There have been some trans-, timis in ?-asea whets si'iieni were psegnsed as aasept rat??* which would enable dealers) in the eastern market to sell at about the BBBM price* lhat w>re current bet'or?? the c.l lajiae of exchange. The trade with China Is llfeler-i?, und that with Japan .pal t, with a .???, re.ise.l demand. Th- foreign Inquiry ga?nerally la trilling. Yarns ar. quiet, and the business ther.in la rmale rale. Cholera in Lisbon. LISBON. PORTl'OAL. April 23. i'tghty-four fresh case? of cholera were reported here yeaterday. The number of case? now under treatment ta -il NICARAGUA AND BLUERELDS. General lian ??.? anle> '? View of the Cen? imi American SltiiaHnn. Washington Post.) General 1 ?aniel Macauley. who ?pent a number of years In Central America, and probably as well unl.-rstands the true situati, ? at IHu.-fiold*. in the Mosquito re H.rvitl.in of Nicaragua, as any other American, stild: "As In th.? ancient world, nil roads l*??! to fiaras, so In ?'entrai Amerh-a ull In? ternational difficulties li.iv ? their mairi ?print, in th.? ni?, srags ? rasai aYggrJand doesa'l want that canal built, unless she osa anatrai it, as sh?? : m Ike BYses canal." "Il? ?v ar? Americans ln Nicaragua re <:< in d and treat? i G* ""??. v ar?? S ill limad And treated with the greateet kimin.ss and respect Th? Nlcarageana bate a a?"rong ukimr and ad tniratlon f..r this country, aad our <ttlz nt th.r.? ar?? .,? BSl ?. an regards their liber. ti,?.,, their Uvea Bad their property, as ?, th?? United state?.?? ? ???> you uaderataad thai Ntimragua baa nt last deeiiri'i bet sovereignty, snd taken poeaeeaion of tbe reservation?" ? ? do, it is whit aba sh "ii: base dene leasy, Bga Bh< ibould never for an In? stant liu- | elded to England's casba thai !:? f ? .? :?. ; rni. cons ted of hoi?tm?? ?? Bag and then sitting supinely down with bo power.to protector defend it." "But tbe Americans there seem t?. op? poee Nicaragua'a control of the p tlon "" ?*Yes? but p.'t'? ?' ? hav ' lucrativa conceaelona from the J : ? olii,dais, an ! I" rtiai, actuated by a f.ar that tbe Ntcaragr ? ? meni would not coaflrm lh. . which are extiesa? ly favor tl the ? oui ?aatonairas I deem 'bis fear groundless however, ? do noi doubl that Nlcars ? la ? Bxlou : ? get and re? tain peaceful posa? ?ion of her own terrt ? ? thai she win confirm all existing ?tons or grant new and equitable on.? in their stead. 11 is also ? that Ni, arsgus hag not be ? all it ntle or dipi ?m ilk In her ? laure of lite, bul we should be very consid ..i-a..? of those to knag outraged as abe ha ? bean " "How about the Corn Islsnds. Have they ' t ? ' ?' ? ?? Bril iin; or thai ' nuntry been ? la naval sta? tion thi ??.v.?; it oannol !?.? s.,. I do ? there Is dan .- r ot tl it '? no ? ,ii't. let the L'nlted Butes ?.a?,? th, m, and they ?t?? extremely Important for ; .?. ?. :,?. ! the ? ?? d. Indiana Republican BoasleastlBaa INDIANAPOLIS, INI?. April Bv-F? over twelve hours to-day and to-night without ? ringle receas tor ? bite or a sup. tbe 1,700 delegstea t.. tb? Republlcsn . , ?j rol ? ??? msel ti;,? making ot a party ticket t" ??? voted on In Nov'in' r. Tins - BtraordlB u si..n ??.?s lui ' ? the fact thai there wer? no I 11 in forty-three candidates for the t-n nominations, and, taking I key-note from the ipeeches of ex-Pi il ,!? nl Harris m and ex-S ta Thomp? son, both of whom suggested that a Re p ibucan nomln itlon this year was equiva? li m t ? an ? I? ' 'vai the supp irters of ? , '?, . u Itdate fought to tl,?? last ditch for their I . As th?? ni t r? suit? .,:' nine be .; of the roll, four nomi ? itlon - in ? been mad?? up t ? *. o'? lock to-nlgbt. Th? ? ? were: For ? Si u?. R? ?.?. W. I' ? ?wen?, of Lo ? rt, ? s-congr and Presiden! Harrison's First Commis? ? ? ? ?.itlon, l'ir Au lltor ? Bl ite, A. ?'. Datti y. of I., hanon. F. i. ' Ih il ?, of Evans villi. Attorney-General, \v. a. Ketcbam, ol Ii dianat oils, Alleged Manierar at in. ??. CHATTAN? m "?A. April i ?? h in ,!.1 'bl ,' ! Beoti <?? . , ?,, ?. ?? ? ? ? ? e devi ! ? ? thi ; moi ning when .? ihn Bk lion, ? h irg? ? with the ? r r.?? b, of tl boro' i il over] red the Jstler, who ?.? ?? t!??? ti ??;' ' ? f, snd ma'! ? I hi . , Ihounds wi re tele ? r,,r from ? "hall and the; were soon put upon the track of I ? ? prisoner. Aft? r ;? ? un "f t? s miles ?.?-.t the country ir- Bl ? ; r.m upon Bkelton'a brothers, who a ! ? thi ?,? i; id pisci ? their ? ? ? ? h'.r-? ?.,' k, ?. I hi ti ' ? gone "ii at;? ed. The Bh riff en ? posse ar ? In hoi ? an l wi'ii bl.? ly capture Bkelton iii"i nil Bonthern Pioni t'<>r Barone. CHATTANOOOA, TENN., April v. ? train "f twenty '-ars leaded with t!. m- ?. ?? hi ?? this aft? rn ?on, the flout for ahlpment i?, Uvi rpool and v. Twi Ive cars go t?. Pori Royal s. ?'., n. I two to Baltimore, This ?' ? n is from the Noel mills. The mill- aboul two weeka ago s ?.,,- ? ? > d twenty-thi of Hour to Liverpool via Port Royal, thi drat shipment of flour from a southern port Tiny now make t,600 barrels pei '!?> f,.r the European trad'?, and will slip most of ii by ?.???? route thro ? ?. Port Royal This makes Chattanooga f th. ? ?' flour distributing point? ? ?i ti,?? country. N, c Bteei aad iron Cnaaeay Meeting GREENSBORO', N. C, April &?<8p rial.) ????? ?,1.1,aal meeting ??: th North Carolina Steel and Inn, Company wa h, Id 1?????? i?, ? ,v. Heaai ? s. ??. WH? v. of Sa;,-. ,,?. ? ? w, Gill, of Baltimore; ?:, t. '?ray, .f Raleigh; Mayer >ir,??. Willst m, and ? 'apira il. .1. Fish? r. a- lai,,,?,,?, ... ? ? . , ?,?. t?,,, company will ???,?,? at?.iiber meeting in thirty days Some offert were mid.? by which th?? pro would b- put operation, bn' the t, uns were not suitable. Nothing els? could be ti arm ?. Coinage itili? Postponed. WASHINGTON. 1 >. ?'.. April ? Tbe i? Committee on Coinage, Weight?, and Measures to-day postponed till the ?, .? ' '.,?.,? -s tbe bill of Mr. Meyer's providing for coinage of tbe ,.n ti,?? alivi r buIbY a m th. iry and ti ? ? : r-cnt. bond-. CoaatderaUon of tha Bland bill. nrovM? t ? ng U:,? free ini nag? law of lv.T was poetponed till Mag Id. Il u : ??..n l.oiutty (heeled. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., April BL?The Republican convention met In TotnUnaon Hail, and n ii. it. w. Taoaapsoa, ex? Secretary of the Navy, ??as presented a.s permanent ehalrm.m. General Thompson welcomed the convention. just as ?h?? rii.?b .??? ? concluded ex Prealdent Hsrrisoa caate on tbe platform and th?? aud ! II - If hoarae. Besana an?! Bow BsalaedL LONDON, April &??Sir Thomss Be monde has given notice thai in the House of Commoas to-morrow h?? win ask th<? government t.? s-i?.? its asaegg t?? Uta . ?.m of th.? Baracoa island.? t?? New :, .(,. s tin,,.,ns themselves baring r? p. itodly piv.n espi a eaten to tinir ap? proval of such administration of their governi Anirrlcan Bankers' 4'oiiTcntloti. M'.W rORK, April 2.",. -At a m of the Executive council of the American l'..,r;k??!?' .\-?'i'-!afi,ill h> ? I today it was unanimously resolved that the twentieth annusi convention of the associati,,? ?,? h? M in Baltimora on ?ctob-r loth and llth. ISM, Frank lini?.??, llettcr. WASHINGTON, At.rll Bl?Mr. I/rank Hitton, editor of the l'ont, who waa Btricken with paralysie fBBtBlaaYf, m Im provin< slowly, and to-nlifht hla condi? tion is even more encourairlng than his physicians had hoped It would Be. ?lobee Bank I?lvl?len<1. WASHINGTON. D. C. April 25-The Comptroller Of ine Currency ha? declared the grst dividend?one of 'M p*r cer.t?In favor of th.? creditors of the First. \a tional Itank. ?Nslartown, Ga., on claims proved, amounting to fie,09??. tOeorgt* Baase Officer Paralrted: I WANNAH. GA.. April 25 -State rom? ani islon?-r of Agriculture N'esbltt I ad a stroke of paralysis last in? h' at r-tates 1>oro', wher?? h?? went to ?leliver a speech. lie la reported to be quite ill. Railway Strike "-ettlenient MINNaUFOUS, MINN. April a.-A ??ommlttee of the A. It. IT., heaiVd by Presi lent Dibs, has juat entered Int??1? con ference with President Hill, of the Great Northern, for a seulement oi tag sulk?. ? WILL NOT WEAR TROUSERS. The Woman Si Hie Future Will Regard the lte.iiitli.il. Th!? Is a picture of the w.-mari of the future as drawn hy Mrs.. Theodore riitr??. a well-know ?octoty leader of New York: "She will not wear troupi?, ?m the con? trary, her garments will le prettier, snd ?t,.? hetvelf will I??. ?f that i? p..?~|l,|.?. more effeminate, more gentle and tender than she ts now. Why ? Ue? lusa ibe ?? ? reebSe, by being all these, that lar [??wer vaili be In. t??.?.?-?"1 in ?? corr-si? ml ig latta Woman s right* are Invanai , . ! In a laaa s in nd with th? loa , l woman. Ih? woman WltbOU| little personal vaniti?., ths wesaan uh., ?* indifferent io her appear.ne .?. win wee ? l i boots und areuld i.i.e to wear hle'i im .,?,? make ??lier tncuanteas ? ti bis wardrohe, ??,? ?s ih?? rsigntng power now, .ni. look? mg at things from Ih.? | vi-,oli, ??.?in h?? Mameli te? noi treating to >' ?.? CSte In fBVOr of any ?. ? ttl icttvs lo li.n ??: tl::s ?. ??? ?' Th. ?e vv.? be more ? r love iti ber day II.an there .;: ? BOW, fer Ih? ti ? BBSl tbSl ? U " ? u will repla?a e m ? nee. She ?.??.i be que I for arm... u ? ?-. -? '?-ar? iti,- u. w ;? get marry for aupport. Ohe will I- elf, and wlnn ? I frill l" l>??'U .?. signalai ?in i sv : md S 11 not te/? tini li?!' ??.?, ? a- ! ??; .?:?! '>v< lopin'ttt. Sh? grill ?? irleas an ? frank, and'will have the . ivlcUolli." COOD WCRK AT LOW PRICES. Ail l u?.?U. ii. ,1 Ti-.liinoiil.il io the l>l?|ia!c!l .loliiltl.n?. Sea ? your pi ntis : ? the ?>;rpateh : ? nd you Bill not regret it. All work <? promptly, n? ally, at low avi glia ran leed .-.? ? the fi II ring Till?: EXCHANGE! AND liAM.AIU), Rli iiM' ?ND, va.. Apra o, ivi. Th?? ? usi -.iti li Company: Deer Sirs, Permit m? to ? ingratubtta y..m- .id. Department on ? ;? appearance ? ?' book sbich 1 ha?l printed there to-day. I am need to ?-urry Ing Bomethlng "swell" in this Una bul 1 mu.?" . irged thla ! in any of It is *o uu I so wonder? fully ? a. ? . ... .titi? lli, nt. UANAN. Tl 1.1? .1 I'll. I. !... \v.? ar.? in ? of compbrneata (?> th?' >'? aiK to ' of tl,.? Wot 1 I" ;.' fai pOW? r a I ? I !" I-'. ? It enables all ? .'. r-, at a | alti y sum. together with t'i ? cuttln ? ' ? ?; h, lu ??!1 . ? vi.k tt.?? entire world and wee it le to It! - .? through the "Karoous Pabitlnga of th? World," all ar.? enabled t? hav. an art gai! ry of tlu-ir .?>?.... wl: h -.in:,? I ..f produi Ing ?. n???. Bend ? cenu for tbe number you .. urs t j Tin: DISPATCH ( OMPAM ? ? ...?..? 1 o .ti.?. ?. The st.it?? Board award? ? the con ?. to Ilei ??' ? ompany Ini ? ? r ? ? . . 1.1.? ? G??!? ? r \ ilte to go into th. ? Stai LU - " es i. tt Slate ?? ind Auditor vaults i" embra? ?? all m d? ? ? Im ? ' ? M Audit or* ? vault is t., be mi..? up with roll? r ? ?? for he and bond made ??, onh-r for tins purpoee b) th? St ?. ' . Art M ?! ? Ompany, Mr. Stillili being ?!" ? for thi vault furniture The State vault arili be fitted up wiiii a bun m d amali ? par it" lock ?? ? t ? ? ill;.? :, r. ing ? implcto In all ? : ? . in?.etere? The Catted ? aakl ?a and Building ?'.im? pali), ? ... -? Mala ??? ? ?. off. ? ? ? . Its full., -?... G and ?? ? , | at 150 p.?:- share, on wl ! ? ? of I per . nt. ? r annum is p .id m m, innually. t? ? at irib : - tii mi.. In the prodi ? ol the c imp? iry. .m ? at maturity lestUn il d at el , ity? four nnrihsi la redeemed at $G?? peg Thta company li ? w*ll managed insti. tut 1??ti. and now has ? Subscribed <-a?.i:ul ..;? ..v. ?? I3.OO0 ? ? .?. ? we commend ita shares to Ui? ? Do you want pure Ice cream? Morris'? i? the ili?". No. i_j aa ? Bread atrase 'ph ine ? ? -m* ?? Vote to lay for William i:. Tanner. tbe man who his faithfully served you City Cotincil and Btate Senats? ? ? Mayor. Th?? host cream -nl fancy individuals for aaasitalamenta hi msde by Morn?, 'Phone eta. The most delicious cream 1* made by, M.iiis, 'Phans <?. When Ba?iy wa? tick, wo pavo h.-r Castor^ Whan ah? wa? it Child, ?l.ecriixl for('a<toria. When sho became Mi?, ?ho dun;? to ?'storia, Yihca ?bo had Children, sh o guru tLout C?adtorla, Trj' Morris's pur.? I..?.? cream for Inva? lide?It's th? best?'Pbone Mg si..-.?? lar a Bold P?setela Pos [sarfantodleMebeV th? of ?? I lab ?: ????t??? G .*?, m Sights and Scenes et the World. PART 17. BOMBBBg CBABBBO EVeui WERK. l'ut tir.? .s. ?? ,u out an I keep it until igree o( dtPerenl numbers ar.? a. .uini luted, then lut ward lln-ui, hgi.tb?r wun TEX CENTS, ffO TH? C?IPON DKI'AllTBE.ST, THE DISPATCH, KICHMOND. V.l., end you will re-eiv.? tin? el?>gant port? folio ot Pholoitrapb* si advertised. ?S? Bag t? ll'Tll?.. meut a, aOo'.li?! para CUT THIS OUT. To Subscribers. If you don't receive ? -.?ght? tnd Si-ene? of th? World " propiptly on your . rl?r know mal it ?? on r. ? ???,? o? tue greiat n.-l. or order?. They win .*uiu?.? to you in litue fron tit put.ii?h->r*. Tillt i)lMATCH ? ?-??'???? PART 7. coupioxS "FaraoBS Paintings'' of Ihe World." -iO?. Ont on! thro? of tn-ie eonpon? and dir brin?? with TEN 0_N It) to v AKT DEPARTMENT, THE DI8PATCU, v Kicaio\D, t? PART 7.