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MR. MAYO EXriRES SUDDENLY WHILE RLTtlriNINC IROM NORFOLK? A 1 orMier l'r.l.lriit .?f Ihl? ?t? ? ?????? ? G ree. ?ninni! I.'li'iiis Dealer - Dealt? ,.f Mr.. Il Ulis,,,?. ?? ' ? \!.?\,> die l su !,< nly >? s ? :i l.etw. . ?? Soi fulk and r?.? Blchmen 1 ?>ll \ ?: ??? sui y\saeera ? ? n. ?rn? , rspsnj ??uh l,is Mi Peto) Ma sa ? Mr. ?.?? Nurfok t,, Witti???? Ike Bea ?f th.? batti let getting upon ; . Suffolk, Th? ? , Maya ? I I. in?? war, ? in the ? Il da? ?, ? ? ?? , rt age at ,? ? ' ' 08, iu-t ? ? ? ?? M. , I ntly. I..? . , ?. ?? ?- in ? ir be ? to tbe ? II . : : | ' .:.?:? rred ?, . t . . ! th? terri? .. : ? ' I, with g? ' ? ? :i , '? .'I.V. p ? wel In 1 ? ? ; tin ? t had in ? ' ? : i ' I ' ? ' ' I" ?rilltotn?. ,vv ? '" ? ? ?? ;? Bl 1-' ? : year ? : i.? r ? t . ? ot G ? ? ?? noon V. .1 ? , I l| L. Jami our he ? ? t ?me, No. i"-> ?I in wi.? ? , ? ??? i i icki MUCH PROPERTY CHANCES HANDS. .Is ol "at? llrionliil In ?I??? City an.t t.I? ??oui-. of bargain nnd . .. ? yestei lay In th? ? ourt. :. . ? - ? : . ..???? ? Allan I ? , ? t ?-'???" \l Smith .??. i i : . .iti ? ??. I!? t.. ? ' imp i" Laura M ? ? . nth ?ml Klghtl : ? Maty .1., John ' ' ? : : .'.! I., ? .nkiiii ? K. WI , ? owlund ' , -,?,., |?li? J ? ? \ i'V C ?CRT. !.. .1. M. ? r ? ? ? ?v I f ? I,, ' ? rth ? ? ?. .,:, I .?" f. ? ,? I , U W. r ? ? mi nortb ? ??n ?? ? ? : , ? I Hair. lo 1 ira M Crump, .. ? ? bet wet ? Riel ? : Meadow l . ? ? ?? m bl ,. ? I ? ?? ??, - I ?. ' I I. IBI ind wlfi ?Ps 1?. ? ? und street ?? ! ? ? I ,r ! le Leonard ? IO l'alili.?!,I :? LOU? ? ' OF THE CITY MISSION. ?,.,.? in. ?., ii. ? ili??,? itone Deiiag Um ?? i?, faroles Menthe? - . . ? ? ? , ??,?? pubUc the amount ?,f . Botata? ti ? from May ?. iva to time h ? ' .elitlv d -II ? til..11 ? ? the lot that , . usual, tram? .... r the ? ? Belief which ? of the prosai | a of the ?"?, ali I BIS ? ? . na for U"? b ?? ? of to r th > ity. Thi ??? eoa? ... M don the channel ? ?!-??; ?;.? . W Nil I I ? Iti ?t Italy dispens?e and .ne ladite Rei ? ivi Itscharged tt??? trust In .? manner. The paraded for provisions ?? , ,, ? for clothing and bed-ci ?thing, ,n UH Amo,.tit sp, Bl ra to th rte1 I???. untili, er of ir.iloiis given, . ?? , labet Of fainill. s ti? l|?? I niidr? n. neasber <>f riatta ,?? is !.. ramilles, lli.tsju. Th. ?. ' , I.i mi attendane? of ?? ?. ?ith u t. ,o Bere; IM Beet ? u I out The provision.? ? i-tniut.d were as follows. sugar, !?>28 pounds of ; ruade <f crachera, 2.?jw loaves ?? isiunts of tag, ?'. ?-' ? awards pounds of ?wit pork. SB of beans, ?>?i aallona of mollies???, af Best, M barrato of Beart ISM I oi soap w, TO distributed. !"> ??"?? isiught a? follows. *??' yard? 100 ?aids cottou, Tut) yards calico. ? on Hai,nel, ?nd other die?a golds, lu Bulls worsted underwear, 100 I.lmk.ls und quits. ? ahawlJt, ?0 pair new I?. ?. In addition ?<i lids nmonnt SBpat ?.000 germants given y friends _f the mission ????re distri le? etbaka aad other ? ? h? donated >y Timihim. r Blethers, Levy A Devia ^ourauisaa?t*iia? Com. ? . MlUer i ? . la, and other.?. ?:- I ?.. Il ' b? ? -rude ti>- sev.v. i ral of the grocers, and i>r-nd baa bean . ? by abe i"'*??? iv aeves Ihouesad live hundred Il of coke lui?? Leti laBUOd throiltth ? ths BSeana of ttcMStS i-lRn-d by the Super tatendenl of Public Ctatrttloa, Darlas Iba ? m aununer lc^oo pounds of 'Ice fron tbe Ice ini?.?!?.? distributed a'! ?.' ??? ,? Bhatda eoasfori ? to th- poor and su-k enee A pray er? meeting ut the Mission-House t bea bara well atteaded ? ..?.-li t. e win'? r. ???- t, . ??? ilo? command of the ? Is now limili diminished, ? ? ; u,.- 'sassada ais a? great ??? during ih. arliii ?. lut ?h.? tadlea ?re Catead le ? ..?,?,, tit ,'f lui?). Ti ?? . ? ?. ; 1? ?tin lend among the nea for work, t It tl -??? tbey uiii ?,.? uti for ti.eir fsmlbes, Tbe tedi?e hope their filmali ?hi bent ? io,, in their n.iuds. m, ? n<r\'\ eome ! ? I? tttf th? '.????? r. Il 1? j.r..[.. r to ??! nil thla work luis been the . labor oi love, ther?? ?.? ??, paid afflo? Mu? sali n.?- city IfiaMoa, ascent the ?., trvn, ORDINATION OF MR- CRADDOCK. An l-*aprssel-/e Persies in Which Many lilt MlnUtcr? Tabi? l'ari. Mr. Lwis Dachten fTaiMnrh. ?on of Mr. D, F. ?Va.M . \. ?,t? attacha of the srtaa Department, waa or a minisi r at thi 'ira-. .-ti. -t ? ?. in h Ieri ? ??? nlng, Th?? leo? ?? ?>? I with member? of ?r. !i ani fri? u l> of Ih.? CS?1 Mr ' t., il.,, k. Dr. Hatcher, aad ths ; ? ; ? < f Rev, w. ?,. Dra i; .i. WUIInghatn, and rid, m..? .lohn Pollard, oc ' I Itti. The ? f a v? ry Itn ? nature, were opened with th.? by til"? (?,,; . ? a ' -a. Mr. Thomas t???' ? i' ?? candidate. Dr, Ry? -? from th.- Scriptures TI ? hauls of Hi.? -, ??:?? ? rang e u, ? : Mr Wright, In a. it? I him,' In tie hurch, s it!) ? ?? i.av some I! hi?. Dr, WllUngbam ?!??? T? ?? v.,un?.; m,,? was ? ?? pli ty. the Bel) th.- Word icter, and to ? It. 1?. Hard ,!? . hort addre?? ' bun ?. II > -??.? Iniii-rit. ? the rs on the I ? ondltlon of .?-? h, and . mgi itulat? l them on ? u. m. Th?? right ?? p lei to the ? ? ... ? .' before >?> to the coi ? ? - pn ? ?' ?ret that th.? ?. ' ? liad tumi I "Ut BO f? IV : alluded to Ho? ? en atti ndant "? the miniate? ? till,??,, ping the ?? ' ? ?., he wish ? h.m ? ? ??? la '. I. Ile pail ti bute i.? ili- worth ..f t!.?? young ? . suai t., become :? minister of th? Of <'!.M >, a' ? ? him ?is n iture ..!" ?'.?? ??? he s! ould I? ad, ??; Hatch? ?. Un- pa? rimi of Hi- pound ? an t"..k a stand on ? ;i um ? ? ? Ith? ? aide .?G him, and :- ? -. had ahaki ? their snd thsl of il,? ir son, the con ? .a .? I!;?- . f.?.?. hymn, filed past and shook lian,is With u.. m. i;??? Mr. Craddork ha? accepted ? ? ? ? to a church m Botetour! county, mid ?..??? go t?, In?- ? aw Held in ?? fea day? He I ? te ? ;.?? ?' man. and has |. u ? ?. ? n.?.? r ,.f ? o ?? ? Mi. el elmi. h tor several '.? ir?, having been baptised by Dr. Hat? !.. r. COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY. The Ranger < annnasdet sl lord's Hotel? A (hut It Uli Him. <?.|??. ? John t. Moaby, the r. nosmi d G ? :i?- ? ? .. minan!, loi t le ' On!? ?? ia. y, ? in Hi- ?it,? yesterday, ?m.? is quai 1.1? ? ?? ? ?? p.- i. n? w .il pro? bably ? ?,, i.? ?evi ? .1 daj - d lonel M"s .1 to RI? lmiotid in solely for th.? ? i? of se? im. .? ? me ..f H. m mix ? a of hl:- old ci nun. V? h? n the ? ? Bl Hl noti 1 lay aftei.? !'?' ?? Dispatch !?? ? a :. ? re of h? Blth ani ? handsome Prince Albert, with ?? necktie of crimson, and wearing ?? soft hat whi !i almc-s! lud from Vlt>W 11 ? e it h ?- ."lu? ...., ? : liiiii hair, 1 wa a mai mi.? ? nt I ? had come down fron Waahlngton, ?i ..n legal ?? ? the hope of seeing and talking with some I f tl ?? ho vv. :,? m. ml.. 11 of Mo :,v ??. command In Iti mai vellou? Id I upon their Colonel lay, and t hey wei ?? gi eet? ! wlih unf? Ign? ? ??? ' m.? by the < in? f of th ? Colonel Mosby la now located In Bon ., ??, inc. attorn? y of th? Southern , ralll It ha be ? Blxteen yeai Kin? .? h ? was la ? m Rl( hmond, He had , , it ? ing?s In the old ? It) by ?n? s. The CU ?? Hall he ? ?? ity .md ?? ?t? ?it i" tbe ? nergy ?ml ? itdic spirit of ni??- city. Amoi I Klehm ? were In Colonel Moa i . ommand, and a ho pal ? tbeli i. ? ? . terday, were Mr, Joe? ph ? , n, I.h ui ? ini l?< njamtn Palm? r, and ? ?r \ Moliteli... Th- latter e battei and carri? ? th fias o ? , .;.;. ? ,? Han? ock ?? h? ? Coloni I gotluting for the sun? ? In 1878 Colon? ? ? ? by wa? appointed ?is ,. Kong, china, an ? serv? ? .. for ah nil . v? n year?. His ? ime a n, r had pn cedi d him to China, nnd during l..s s.u..urn In Hong Kong, when the Chtneee engaged In a v\.u ? m, ? ? ..n?- . ?.? Hum: Chang, the Prime Minia t, ,? of < "bina, I ml? red him Otv entire ; u . Chin? le ? u NEWS OF THE CITY HALL. The Meliopo?taa Beak Miiiitcrcd ?Hems lumi Hie Coaita. A charter was niant.?! by Judge Well? ford in the City Circuit Court y? ? . the Metropolitan Bank of Ricbm.I. nk will abeorb the Merchants' and I . ivlnga Hai.??. 1 he capital ti.iiik is ? ? i"? not I. BS ??.in ? ? nol more than ???,? 00, divi ?. I tote .?_?:. each. ? . ?-. ..? the Urei v. at' ate V \\ ? laon, president; Thomas N. Carter, .,. The Hoard ??: Dire? tors ive snd P. H. Mayo, .hunes ?. ? a ainb r, John Pope, ?? ?. Csbell, Charles Loehr, I. H. Kaufman, Q ??.,, ? ..??. i'. Whitlock. f. ?. Valentine, Rotteli s. Bosta? r, .? B. Paos, . Brandt, V. R. Scott, snd Thomaa Athinaon. l.atiil-. Of the Chancery t'ourt. :v notifled th?? bar thai this court ?a di be adjourned ??r the term <>?> Tues? day, May llth, ami thai ail contested ? be submitted on or before Saturday. May (th. Mr. Wallace !'? Brown was admitted t.. practi s ta ths Uw und EQidty Court yest? rday. lu the case of Mr?, ?. W. Barhsdale ?- ? ,? Homer, the Jury returned u verdict for th.? d?fendant ?,. i: titated in this court yes? terday ? j. I. Boswell, Jr., Bgalasl w. ? Waal? ? WlBougbby Newton, Jr., tTUStSB fur W. ?? ? veridge, Jr., agalaat Uu Boas Building Company, de-bag?? Ii30. Merchants' and G?' ???:?' I'eanut Com paay agminst J. T. Montgomery, damage? IT-. vi-ut to seil iii? Aaesasap? 1 ?iirln< Ihe Mosnrt musk-ale on Tues reatas, Mr, Jaaaea Lgroan gmMtoal of the association, gBVC notice that the u. ai annual mealing ?>f Ihe aaeoelatlon would labs ptaea aa ths ?????? ???" -?lay I Mr Lgaaa stated that the Hoard of had lie lei tallied to sell tin? Mozart tiiilldliig. In order lhat the OSBBBl? BBS] be I'llevd of It? presen! .? ac-harraaasaeal When thin hat beta doae ih?? eattre income from bssbs? berahlp fee? win be devoted to aerartng tbe beai musical?-* ?hui ca? b- guitta as. Mr Ig .ms went on le explain lhat this move VBI not an evidence of increaslni* III.aiutai weakness, hut, oil the contrary. WOUld I'lli-ve Ihe association of a bunlen ?in i ?na!,1?? them io .??vote their at? ti -iiiloii te the r?e-l pur|ioat? of the organi? sation^ Ine cultivation of the musical tal. nt of the city. Vote to-day for William K. Tenner, who ha? been connected with some of Hi? hmond'? large?! enterprise?, for Mayor. BANQUET AT FORD'S. A SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT IN HONOR OF MACHINIST OFFICERS. ?pec? bea by the ?.rami Master, Groad Or? ganiser, and Meinl?era of the llen? era?! ? ?<?? nil??? Hoard. The bon'jiiet given at Ford's Hotel last night by Richmond Lodge, No. M, ot the Interriatlonal Association of Machinists, was In honor of tlie grand officers and lh? ? ?I'n-ral Ex<?,ii|ve Hoard of that organU zatlon, who are now In session ln this ) city. Fully 2? jwrsotis occupied seats at ; Ihe laities, and Uie ??ntertslnment was thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. James J. Crea j mer, chairman of the Committee on Ar i.mi'merits, presided. Mr. John Baseler's 1 orchestra furnished music ?luring the tii*?.?i and BCtercOg '.he ?parches. I Mr. James O'Connell. Grand Master ; Machinist, was the first S'-eaker. He s|.oke of th?? haiipy ties formed at such gattu-rlnirs and touched u|>on !h<? und.-rly . Ing prlnclpl.-s of it,?? organization. There was nothing In th?? rubs of th?? society Which encouraged violation of th?? laws Of the land. It was not for the ? "f rioting and nnar<!dsm. Th- Interna? ?:,??: .? association of Machiniste a ? ? na , Bole objecl was Iba bettenaent of th?? ??ndition of Its ni"inb<rs. Capitol and lal??r must BO band iti hand. He re J f.-rred to th?? formation of this body, and ? siso to ih?? organisation of th?? Knights "t | Labor In u pobBC park In Philadelphia In 1 ?? 7j. The .?:-.?,', tmn was a body <.f nan, bonas? ani courageous, who commas ?? d the respect <>f all < la - p.? spoke of legislation with reference I to tbe working people, sad said that he j hoped to soon m Uta day win n s man Could be ca|,abli? of taming bread fOT bis family, when euch a tim.? came men would ???? ??'?? r. women nobler, and cbll <ir-n brighter and happier. With Bitch conditions there would be no ai for Commonweal armies to be marching forward in an appeal for boneel work. ORAND FOREMAN BAST?N. Th?? aecond apeecn of tb?? evening was mad?? by Crai I l'"i??.? Hairy E, Ba - ton, who opened bis l'i,?irks by ? ' ring to bis travels through tlie country In ii,?? im rresl of tb? ? n. He bed found im Increased number "i kidgea and an Increa ? ? number <>f on mb ? - In them. He spoke si some length of the recen) trouble between the union ma l her??, and >.. ?! thai tl. ?id not encourage itrtkes. it would : ? Ither say it would or wool ? noi TU.? organisation bad won tbe r?sped of ,; ions and ? I admiral p througboul tl,?? lat I. Mr. Bai t ? dwell upon the general devi lopm ml ol ? fl In the t'.i! few ??ais, and ids remarks win ?"i appeal to ?? to ?land by tb?? prim lpl< I Of the orA r, snd thi p by be it??: ? union machinists. C iptoln Frank w. Cunningham ?? ? ? ta? ti iced by ? ?. rman Cn .r, wl thai the Jovial tox-collector wss noi a brother, bui wsa verj m arly one. Captain Cunningham ? ' *?,? vociferous appla : ???. He sang with de? lightful effe? ? " l'u?? Blue an ? ti,,? Uray," a.. 1 "Motht r'P Way." <>T!!!;it BPEECHES. Mr. D, Douglas Wilson, or Birmingham, ? /in., the eldest member of the Executive Bi ard. spoke for * me Urne upon the ? of capital and those of labor. Both ? righta v..,: ?. should I ? ? Mr. Roberi Ash, oi Boaton, another member, made Bn Interesting laik ui. tl,,. .. iti, ..e a trad?.? union, it should 1? an ? du '"i, ,< should t? ach m? u the advisability "f putting their heads '" 11.ei uni.,.is were more lho ? , ..? ganlsed in .m' b m days than lew In asking f',r those who work a! ti'is trade to be compel?? d t" Bervi "i apprenticeship, nothing untali? wai Tl.lier m? ?,,!? ?. of tb.? board who made sp chea wen Mesera, li. T. G.i wln, of Cheyenne, Wyo.; ?. ?>. g Hase, ? of Toronto, ''? u.. B. H. Glenn, ol Karma? | City, J!?, and J. D, Ferguson, <>f Muske gaii, Mich. ????* Machinists mi,? ti??? Btrike, Th,? G. miai Executive Board of the International Association of Machinist? spent yesterday In considering the threat? enlng strike on the Qi nl Northern laii w,iy. and in looking over it,? Bnancial ??on,lido,? (,f the order Some teleghaphic . m poadence waa Indulged In with au? la st. Paul with regard ? ? ? ratlro ?? matt? r, ? ?> ?a Ihe pre? nt th? machinists are still nt ?vrk. nnd ih<_ bosrd hsa noi as y.-t decided what coursa to iak>; with ?? ference to ha ? ItuaUon THE CHURCH'S ANNUAL MEETINC. ii,.? ? ?Midi Matate by i?r. il,,?,??? raaigi? gallon?Pastor Fifty ? car?. The annual meeting of the 8? ?nd Pr - byterisa church n ?s held but night, Mr. F. T. Olssgow, chairman of tbe Finance I?'? ud. I" .in? al,-? m mi bis way ? . | Mr. S. II. ?? ?? ? Btated that the board a repoi ? had b. ? ? plac ? in the banda of .M??. Marquis who would read It. This ? a??, and then .Mr. W'. J. illuni, ti,,? ? r. lead ins ?.?vu report. ?? ?::? th? .?,? papera it appeared that tbe chui ? ,? ?'!' debt, having r.,i- ?? an?] dis? bursed during tin? )?< ,? ,,?, r ??2 Ms), a barge put of this sum was spent outside of tb.? church in contributions i,, the i'M Mark.i Hall ehurf b. t>> tn? 11 Hill church, to th.? mi Ladles' ? and In VSriOUS Other l'I:,ions and be? li? ? ,|, ni enterpr ? Mr. Jamea Lyona congratulated the ??hutch ?i"in ii,?? year'a exhibit, and re? ft ned to l!:,? fad that tins i,? lh.? I : t,. ? , year oi" Dr. Hoge'a pastorate, and he hoped thai it would resull in the crowntog , work of Dr. li"-? '? in.. Dr. h ? , ommentlng upon Mr. Lyon ?'? r [ s.ud that h?? joined in thai gentleman's hopes, and he dwell \? ry tender!) m in ? his con.lion with this church, and eg ! plained in aomi detail tb.? use that had 1?? ? ina !?? ,,f li:?? church funds. Th.? present Finance Bird were re elected, and tii,? meeting adjourned after Dr. Smith hai led m prayer, and ? t. ? ; . pronounced the beni diction, DEATH AT THE ALMSHOUSE. ? .Man Aire.led fur lleing Drunk la 'taken ? here anil Beata I.?pires. Roberi H. Light, a Whit? man. Who was arrested for being drunk, and lui?, ? up ut the Third siaiim ?? a bt, ?????,? at tin? slmshouss yesterday afternoon. He was token with a Violent attack of delirium tremens late in the night The ambulance w..s, summoned, and at J ??lock iu ib?? morning the unfortunate man was removed to the almshouse. He was thOUghi to be all ii-;!ii Inter in the day. but while walking around the pumi?.-, in? suddenly teli in an uncon? ?taie, an ? expired in a few mo? ments. The Coroner was BOtlned, and Upon viewing tb'? rems ins ascertain?! that th,? n.an had died from apoplexy No oi,.? Boema to know much about tir? .leccaseli. He bad tr? ?????????? been locked up im? drunkenness, and had suffered be? fore from delirium tremens. He is said to liait- been empli?yed as a labour on t!:>' form ?>f Mr. Lewis ? ?inter, and !?, have bailed fr,,m Souih Boston, Y'a. The police think th?s; a brother of the dead man is employee on the Ckeaapeake and Oblo railroad. Ualeaa claimed ih.? body wIS be Interred ut the city burying-ground. HOLLYWOOD ASSOCIATION MEETS? To Attend tlie Oakwoinl Observance?Tbe Annue, ?:?? ? < elei,?alio,?. A fallid meeting of tag Hollywood |f< ini'ial Association was held In the tocieio rocen of th?? second presbyt? risa j church yesterday afternoon. Mrs? YVil llam B. lessYCS presided in the absence of Mrs. Bryan, who was netakaad at home | ty BarJrjMsa, It was decided to rvlnter the remains ! of the two soldi, is burl? d at TeilOW Tavern on Friday, May 11th, Instead of ' the l.'th. An luvltution to participate in th?? Oak wood Memorial-Pay reeOSBOniss was ac? cepted, and Mesdames Isaacs, YVerth, BUyaon, Itogoes, and Hege, and Miss liaughinan were elected to represent the , association. The annual meeting of the association will take Place May ;il, at 1:' Jg., In the ! lectim-room of the Bacassi Presbyterian ? church, and tin? annual in,u?s-me. ting will l>e held that night in the Young Men's Christian Association Hall at 8 o'clock. Rag. Dr. Young will deliver the address, the Blues' Bund will be In attendance, , and Captain En-pik Cunningham will ; sing._ national Educational Asaorintlon. The National Educational Association 1 of tbe United States, with Hon. A. O. Lane, ?uperlnlendent of public schools, Chicago, president: Hon. J. M. Oreen wood, ?ui?rintendent of public acboola, Kajuiss City, treasurer; Hon. Irwin Khepanl president State Normal School. Wlnona.' Minn. ?*?r**4ary; and Hon. N. A Calkin?, r-sstotant ?uperlntendent of public ?elioni!*. N*w Yor,r- chairman of Hoard of Trustees, will hold It? IBM meet? ing at Asbury Park. N. J.. July 6th to All member? St* the a?*mclatlon will be ?? anted half rales at hotel? on presenta? tion <.f their memlxTtahlp certificale? dur? ine the meeting. The Trunk-Lino Rall wnyr AaaoelaUon. Including nil eastern rail? ways hoe granted half rate plus I? Nation? al Kiiucatlnnal Ass??? lallon membership fee from nil peinte In Ihe territory of the asaocla?lon ?except from points within 100 mll.s from Ashtafg Hark, where a cheap summer excursion mie 1? avall -i.iei Th? tickets ?"H be gn->d to return until September 1st if de-.oelted with the railway Joint enmt ?* Asbury M during the BM-ting? The western rail? ways have basa asked to grant tbe.asme rates. ___________ A DELEGATION FROM NORFOLK. Thry fall on Hei relsry Iaawlees and Are BtaaHeaaaetr Bagarightai? a tar?? delagilbm 'ri,rn rterfflBi nnd Norfolk county arrived In Ih? city yes t.riay sfteinson en the caaneu bell tlBhL These geaUamsa are In charge of Mr. W. C. ?'"hh. Of the fertilizer-firm of Cobb i M?h id". an'? "hp"r *?*?* ls one both of plsssnrr sad business. !.. t night they w*rs handsomely en t. nain?-d ???? BecTstBiT-of-lhe Comtnnn weelth Lewle-a st bM residence on Orevs avenue aber? a number of Richmond grati? m? ? mei them. Many members of the drtegatlon are int. i- ?? l to the trucking burine?, end today the party v.l!! tab?? dr.v-ar ,i::d the ?Itv. and th.n Viril lb? cle-mlcal-works to wit? ness th? manufacture ef feruusere They . ,, , ,.;i up ? the Ckrt ernsr to esa? -ui? Mm regarding the depradatleaa of ;. p , -?- raw a to Viratala a itera The folios Inn ?; ? 1]*1 ''' ?*? visitar?: M ivor ? ? Coche, ui Norfolk; Host. J. i'r.lnk Kamt, M? ara ?'? T ?""sr, r- ?. D ,, Rul i. \\. laambert, H. my Holland, \v .! Bachua ?'? F. MOI?*. W I. Shnp ?,?, |, j. ptttcbett W. J. Wright, W. ?'.. I. Wllliemeoa, J. S. Cooper, lt. T. Bmlth, 0 ? ii ,??.. k. B, !? W npeon, A. L. ?, W. B. PrisseB, J. D. Guy .? ? Whltsburst, J. B. Pernii, W. ?: Dsvta, R. W. I '?>'? **? '?. BnckUBj W. B. East PRETTY WEDDING AT BON AIR. Ml?? Mamie Vlr?iiiiii Kale? Married to Mr. .i. laisse ? p? 11?. A very pretty sad qulel wedding oc? curred el Bon Air rente* lay afternoon, when Misa Marni? Virginia Kab ;, dangh? 1er of Mr. Joseph V. Kates, Boutbera su j, , iati ?: ? -m "i ?'. Poet .1 Telegraph <Onu.my. bream? tbe bride of Mr. J. Tayl ir W.? Ctorttt, of this ?ity. Tbe ceremony wea ? ? formed in Ibe |??? i.,re of the rei idi :. ? ??: lbe I.rid. '.? ? trenta by i:?"??. Di C ? ?? r, of the First Baptl t church, assisted by Rsv. Dr. In, of St. John's I hurcb. ???,,. ? : ? han laomety dei orati 1 ar, I f"ii.i, and Wi r? bl II?? untitly Illuminated with candelabra. The 1.1 : le wa ? attired to a hi nd une end? I? ti ivi Hing suit, an ? car? ?:??.| a I. |UI I Of li':? I Of the valley. Th..? ? ? ? coupli left for sn ? \t ruled north? ern tour. Th?? --room I? a son of Councilman John A. Curtis ?mi is conn<*eted with ths Vlr? gtnis Towing Comi CAUCHT AT THE CAPITOL ('.mtr.K't ?or gafSfl A warded ? laerollve < lenii iicv. The Boar I of ? C of the S'at- Library building met yester? day ?m.? awarded the ron tract for <-<iiiip plng the offlcea of the Be? ???, ? Auditor .? ? ? Ti irer In tbe n?s building a ith burglar and fir -proof af< to ?. G. Bmlth, or Ibi? < ity. Th? cost la t.. be i " Th? Qovernor j slerdey perdoned Bur? ton Coleman, who I aervlng a ierm in th- penitentiary for bi suit comasltted in ? lunty. I. O. Hulchlnson, Sheriff of King Wil? liam county, visited the Capitol yester? day. The Police lainrt Ve?lerilay. Th.? . rase of Dr. \\, \.??: an-Lloyd, cl ! w:t'u unlawfully abusing Dr. It. L. Ti.tioii, was call 1 in ? te Police Court ?y morning; sad continued until ? ? ah.-?. nee of w .? nee ?? - ? ir. Lloyd denk ' ? Dr. Tritton. ns \v:?s | Mr. R. K. Padgett was charged wlth as. suiting .?n 1 l. atlag Anna Ite ..? his servants. 11?? woman aras Impu Padgett, I her bu -hand pushed hi r off Ins pi m vas sed. Henry Jordan (colored), was up ?is a u ter. He w..? s. nt to ?.ii until Saturday tor having In his - .-u a spi. ndid ? t of h in* ss, which, ii I* believed, was stolen from , ne. 1 he ? Bow ??t th?? First Poll Btal v. u can be ?. en. The other case? beard by th- Justice ? ? ! ,y Wl !" for 01 Ita -' CirCUS drtlllk ? III.? ss. , i? TriliiB Botb t"o?irt?. Mr?. Belva a. Lockwood la aeeklng h tWO coin ' I 11., tl? tow m Virginia. ? 'n Tu? (Old HI ye.-let'd ?>'.? DlSpStCb, >he ilia I?? a motion before tbe Cnlte ! Btat? ? ? preme Court, ?. 'kin.? thai the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia be com ? to allow hi r t" ? ra? ti? ? to this ,.?. s ime wi ka ai a Mr, .\ift? ? !.. ? '..?,, ? ? ??.mi:?, ? ?? mist!???? before the Supreme ??.irt 1er? asking thai Mra, Lock?.I be ??? rmitP ? t?? qualify, snd the motion was ,?. .. ? - - i by a role of I fot and _ bi alnst A renews! of th? motion was ma?!?? asking thai the question be de? ci le ? ? y a full bench, which ana ?rant..I. The question win come ap be? fore ?-?? court In full bench .u Wytheville tins ? m.? ? ?. Mr, <" h. n is in favor of awaiting the guai d . p of ow ?. r m ? ?- -? Ing tt:.? matter to Ihe i'? to? rsi 11. : u The Inutili G.?/aai?. Altbougb ?Mi entire w?-.k has [.ass?.i ???? ? the baa mr ??? the taberascle ol ? nion-Ststion church opened, ih.?r?? does not sop? sr to I .. ? bet dm at <>f m teresi oa the part <.i lbe general public. Tu. .-lay evening ??<? throng enceeded tbat of any pravioua occaeloe In Bise, as v.?:! .. - %o i-humor? d enjoyment Pichelt Camp .? ?.? componi of tbe First Regi? ment of Volunteers were pn -.in, snd the battle Beam ? retaran ried with his ?>?! dler-boy successor hi competition for th?? prias of sunny ami ??? Tn?? ??.?/..iai- has a : ? sl away stiraci lona The large?) ? rond ever Been ut the Wigwam in Barton Heights attendi ? tbe haza u? there le ? nigh . There w.-r.? Berne prelty tableaux, end Mrs Becbe suns.' ? solo. Th.? (?ri. Mal .inn win be repeated ? . ? .m, and there eiM ba Boms Hue music Ai.ii TlBiplS.TIabltr ?f lbe My-tlc Shrine. Acce ?? lupi?? win bold Ms spring r. antoa ?it tie? Masonic ??? pie thta .veiling at 8 ?y, i?., k. There have bees great preparations made for this in??? tmK. and the others will appear m their nen rabea ?bica the maker claims ST? th? hauls in.-t ? t ,,i ci. s us. d in any shrine tempie or the Ini:..! .-?tai.-s. 11 BOt In th..? Orient. \ large daaa of csisflWInteg win cross the sands, which Bill be wry hot. Bad tbl !:, ? lor, Loilll P. BcklT, promises that this alghl win mah? ? <1??> ?-"?? mmvmm .i..ri on them all. RubhSTB with ice BOJaa will be In de Th? pctentat-, ?"? 1-* ^r?*1? request? that ail atemben snd randtdalaa be on hand ?-any. BO that tl.e , irav^i may start promptly at the api-ulnled hour-?> o'i'lock._ Mise Ja?k~?ea Wed? Mr. Ollnn. A vem? pretty wedding took pia.-.? la-t atght ?,t th.? i-ash-sacee. Mr. Peter Jack? son, ?.?7 north Fourth street. Ine con? traCttag liartle? were M-BS Madeline IBCB? son, youngest daughter of Mi. l'eter Jack s-iii. and Mr Kl.ivius J. Olinn. The cere nioiiv was performed by the It? v. Father McKeefrey Th.? Bettors were tastefully ?lecorited, Ihe pn-vaillng colors beliu [?ink und yellow, and -?Uh a profusion Of ?lowers the effect was a brilliant one. 'ihe bride wore a travelling dress of Old r.ise and hellotr.ipe tiimmed with Kmerald Kt.en velvet and white lace, with hat to match id carrle?! a beautiful bouquet of Mar.-cr._i Neil roses. Mr. Walter S. Jack eon acted as beat man and Mr. Va. Percy l?lenn as assistant uahur. A recherche repast was served, niter which the happy coupli left for their home The presents were numerous arel handaome. Triune?ulie. ?Ulve a Happer. The Thunnan Democratic Club closed the campaign with a nice supper given last night at their heaadnuarters on Main etreet. There waa a good attendance, and a number- of speeches were made. The evening was altogether a very pleasant one. . _-__,.-.??-a ?-'a., ?.? ? ?assis MARRIED AT SIXTEEN MISS MINNIE REYNOLDS BECOMES THE BRIDE OF MR. PARSONS. Two Other Wetldlag? In Maes-heater Last -Mght-To K.labll.h o Readlng 1 toon ? personal, Ac. Th?? residence of Rev. T. E. Reynold? was the scene of a quiet yet pretty wedding last evening, when Mis? Minnie R. Rey? nolds and Mr. J. W. Parsons were united in marriage. The bride is only 18 year? of age and the groom 20. They did not take, a trip. ?Julte a large crowd of friends were present to witness the cremony, which was performed by Rev. James YY*. Rey? nolds, uncle of the brille. Mr. J. E. Par? sons and Mr. J. M. ?Clarke acted as ushers, and Mrs. J. YY'. Reynolds pre? sided at the organ. The pretty bride was) atllred In a charming costume of brown cloth, and carried a beautiful bouquet of flowers. BhB Is the daughter of Mr. C. H. Rey? nolds and gr.ir. IllailgkiBtT of Itev. ?. E. R.-yunc?s. The peoni la a popular young ?,? of this city, und formerly li-. ? - - L In !:.? hmond. After the ceremony refresftments were s?rvc,| the gu,?ts, and a very BSnhBBBt ?'Veiling was sp nr, .st.\i'i.i:.?-pp.!ct:. Mr. ? p. Btegeee and Mi?? ttattJe B? ??, ? Brere married yeatorday afternoon nt th- : : : of the bride's moth? -. on Buchanan street. Lev. L. B. Thorn? bill ?. rfornii ? the , ? r? moiiy In the B8SO? nace of a nnasberof friend??. The groom ? ? popular yoeag m? reliant on t pper> Hull street, aad his bride is a esosi at? tractive yaang lady un?! a gnat favorite vitti ? large cirt le of friends. Th? n.-wly wedded ones left on the northern-bound train for an extended tour. l.ist Bight Mr. W. H. G ?>., Iman and Mbsi Minato a. NonnnBy arete married a? th?? bocae of the balde by th?? R v. !.. ?. ??? rnlilll. Mr. Iti, hard Gilllara, of the G?.1??,t?!?? ??r Virginia, was m Manchester ysaterday afternoon. Serrerei M am hi sterline went down to ??,?.? ? ??:?. ?? Forge on a fishing excursion yeot? ?lay morning. Tii,? rev?ase derivad from the dog-tax in Cm terftoM will i-? ejulte a hand Sdme sain. It Is estimated that there are ever i.'/jo canines in ti,?? county. Professor Cocker Bays ti;.? West-End Choral Boctoty cnnnol fulfil Its ? meal ??t Leader Hell to-night, "it account of th,? ah anees of the ? R r. w . T. Jolty, ?, ? t.r of Rsndolph Bti t Baptist church, ???ll pr ich dal ne,tings at Clopton-Stri t Baptist ? bur. h r.-night and tOemOITOW 11 i ^ 1. t at IM o'clock. W ANT ? LEADING ROOM. Ri v. Vf. H. Trillili.ini la tal I htm if ta establishing % res ling-room i.<r young m? ?, where th? y ?mu meet In tha evenings and read, insti.id , ?' gating i;;??.n th.? street-corners or doing worse. .Mr. Tralnbam has vacated bla st aly in real Ol . Owardin-A venu, , ? ini ???.?p??, for ilio present, lo ' -i ? ih?? reading-room, and Invites the Citi? si ,:s ?. :.? rally to Co-opcla!?? with him In i. leaver. 'lb?? seventy-third anniversary of ?'!! Fellowship will 1,.? celebrated to-night in Toney*s Hall by Stuart, Henderson, snd Bwansboro' lodges. There will be Inter? esting sp>.b? s mi I ait? -??? ?! VOCSl There ??r?? aboul i:1?' Odd Fellows iu tiiis city sad Barenal rr In Hi?? Mayor's Court yesterday morn Ing the continued ceas of Charl s Mur? reil (colored), chnrged with robbing th<> house of Mr. G. 1). Patch, cani?? un. The ?? ?. ,t being lufflcl? nt the accu I was discharged. MISCELLANEI ?US MENTI' '?. The series of revival me tings thai h ive been in progress for about two weeks it Cowsrdta-Avenue church closed last nlKht. Tb,re were over ? M convi nions. Matti.? Bass, of Bsrsnsboro', is Visitine; KlatlVCfl and friends in I'.iWhaian county. Tii- Hustings Court was not in s? ssion ?? -r r lay. M - Mary Him ????;. daughter "f Jtldgl 1!. A. Hal.ck. who has been IH. Is r> ? ? ? I to be b? Iter. ? ir. Thomas P. Matbews is confined t<: hi? ?.? ? by si? bn ?i'ii?? track ? ? '-.? laid to the ? w coal? chut- of tii.? Richmond und Danville Rail? load Company, "ti Bs tracks near this end of th?? Fri '? bi RENOUNCE THE WORLD. Five Young l.ailie? Became Iteiieilittine ? ?in? 1 ?'?terilii?.. Five yotirtr ladies received th?? vows as nans in the cbsp? 1 Of St. Mary's Bene? dlctine Institute, on Fourth street be? tween Clsy ?nil Lstigh, yesterday morn? lag, Th?? ceremony was solemn, impr a? si ve, and beeutlfuL ? terge audience "? relatives and friends of Ine young tadlet was in attendane Bishop Van ds Vyvei ??as ib?? celebrant, and was BSSisted by ii, . Father WIIB? bald, ? ?. B. li., and Rev. Father Folycarp, ? ?. s. ?., ?? Newark, ?. J. At 7 o'clock t!:?? BUI !??! by th?? pric-,t?, entered Ute chapel, followed by th?? candidates, Who WCTS attif. d !n bridal robes, and wore wreaths of whit? Bowers .mi the staters who were to make t!.? ir Simple vows, wtiil?? an ??? . composed of the nuns and pupila dis com ? ? ?>.? mu and beautiful strains. Thos.? m.,kin?., their first prof sslon w? re Mtas Muy II,tl? r..n. daughter ?,f Mr. Jam s Holleren, of this ?ity, no??? Btetei Mary Stanislaus; Miss Dorothy Wirts, ?H Newark, N. J., ?.??? KisUr Mary An Selma, .\ii,? .Mar. ?. Bfinger, "t Newark, ? J., Dow Stater Mary Joseph; Mi ? Agnes Stetiger, >>f Aschsffenburg, Ba? varia, row Stater Mary Rose, and Mtas Anni- Bgerer, ?.f Hlppolstein, Bavaria, BOW Bieter .Mary Rsphai I. Thi young ladles have ?>? > ? on probation foi som?? tim?? at tin? convent, ? ? r Mary Angela (Miss .1" pi,in Bornemaa, "f Newark.) and Blatera Mary Bernadlne and Mary Evangelist Aliasti Lissto and Emily Loehr, of Henrtco.) were reoelved on?? year ago, and y< - nia?!.? their simp! ? roe a, Aft? r Uie Q .?p. ! ?.r ih,? Mam tl.?? five candklatee proceeded U? the foot of th> altar, and the Bishop made a few appro? pri?t? ?m ? tende* remarks, bearing upon t- p th.? fair creatili? s were taking. Th?? habits, ? us, BBC., WI r?? ?! ? bit ! in the usual firm, snd t. !? brant, seat ? Im.Itateiy tn front ??f th.? alter, cupped in four parta it,?? hair of each t,? and ban I? d them tb? ir habita and veils. They Uten retired to another r?x,m in th?? convent, accompanied by th?? Bee. Mother ?ml Beveral sisters, where mir gsjr bridal attire was 'ex Chsnged for tin? simple and pi..in dr.s? ol" a retigli u?.?. Leti.nun- t.. th.? fr,ait of UtS aliar tin? postillante took th?? vows. Th,? three Blatera t<. receive Uta black v.il th. n ?vent to the altar and Signed tin ir vows. Tii?? . lemony conclude?! with Holy Communion. HI. Mark's Musicale. There was a large crowd at St. Mark's church last night, and they BstcnOd lo a very fine ani nssB-rendered pi ?gromme. Those btktog Pari were St. Mark ? ?lio.r. Mis? Frtinkiin,. Miss NetBe Me?banos Rogeia, Mrs Carrie Btoutu-Roere, Mr. Bcrltenor, and Captain Cunningham. Pro fe.?? Bf Stia?.?? pi.,?,.?,I several brilliant se? lections, showing off tii?? ? w pipa organ It was a great musical treat, and w.ll be 1 Btg remembered by all of thosfc who wen? paesana. After the musicale the ladies had a birthday party in the lecture-room of the church, and served rifr.shments. Qotte a large sum was realized for the organ fund. Meeting of the He, (ri. Club. A meeting of the charter members of the Blchmond Electric Club was held last night ut the residence of Mr. QaoSgJB A. Tower. 1"9 south First street. A con? stitution and by-laws were proposed and ad ?pied ?ml tin? following officers elected: George A. Tower, president; T. L. Martin, vice-president; Harrison Tabb, secretary, F. J. Craigie. Jr., treasurer. An Execu? tive Committee was appointed as follows: Maurice W. Thomas, H*nry E. Tresnon, und Harry D. YVinn. The object of this club Is the mutual advancement of Us members In electrical matters. Many Arresta Yesterday. Charl??* Green, a black Lothario, la locked up at Ihe Second Station on a warrant ?worn ou' by Abble Alien, charg? ing him with the ruin of her daughter, Josephine Allen. The cose will be heard in tbe Police Court to-day. J. Weinstein, a pawnbroker on north Sixth street, was arrested yesterday af? ternoon for having In hi? rxtesesalott a set of ??arpenter?' tool?, ?aid to have been stolen from Mr. W. B. Wallace. Mrs. D. U Sutherland, wife of JA Suth? ?rland. of No. 1301 east Franklin street, yesterday swore out a warrant for her husband's arrest, charging him with as? sault and battery. She state? that she fears bodily harm, and wlabea Mr. Suth? erland placed under bonds to keep the peace. John Douglas allas Johnson, (colorai) was arrested yesterday by S?rgeant Tom? llnson on the charge of having stolen a coat ond vest from Charles Ollber. Im? mediately upon belrrg locked up the pris? oner had a violent fit. The ambularne was summoned, bot the man was found to be all right. The negro, however, ?a soon as tho doctor left, relapse?] Into his former condition, shouting, yelling, and exhibiting worse symptoms than before. All through the day he continued his In? cantations, which are believed ta haie been but a bluff. An Kmlnent Orator to ?peak. The eighty-first anniversary meeting of the Virginia Id'.ile Society will be held at the First Presbyterian church to-night at 8 o'clock. I >r. Tudor will preside, aid the sr.nual address will be deriverei I y lt.v. 1!. H. Tyler, f>. I?., of New York, who to eenetd? red one <?f th>? finest palpal ??rators in Arn-rlca. Btoknn atoft New? ton. Hr. tinge, I?r. Y'oting. nnd Dr. Carnu? te 11 will take part In the exercises, which will b,> full df interest and in? tlou?,t largely atfend??d. The music will be a ?pedal feature. Te-alght*a orator. Dr. Tyler, was for saver nl years th?? popular pester ? f ti:?? BevaaUi'Street Christian church, in this city. The IC.iU.il Meetings. Rev. Dr. Rato is iiuaiihliig t> Ian??? audleaeaa dally al Um First Piaakytartaa church. The services la-; night were ??( ? ?. ? ?ing ratetest..He edil pteaeh this artera mm al ? o'clock and tr>~nl>crU at ? ", ?? ck on "I'aiii's Thorn in the Flesh; Wkal it Wee, and YVhy it YVas Glv. ? to Him,?* Mr. Hirt"?. Is having a Un?? meeting lit Fulton Beptlst church. The cos lions ar?? targe, aad there were thirteen professioas of conversion tant nitjht. Another ??.?/??? M,?elliig. Th? ?.? ??? -? who ate Interested in ihe ? hing BBilitsry baaear held another meeting in the .Mayors reception-room y ?? rday afternoon. The ehalrmen of t.,e several tablee, and several who oonaentyd to as.-ist them in th.ir work, were pat ; ? rit. Mia. ??'Ferrali, the president, cou??] ?;iily r? main ? abort whit??. The !??/.?;t waa discussed in ? general sort of way. and the la Ii- ? decided P. m? ' ? ? : ? Iti BOXI Wednesday afl rnoon at t1?,? aama time und pi , Our l'ostai Mall,>n?. Poetnteeter Culllngworth wants tVur postal-stations for Btohraond. if. hoe evi r. only two are allowed, he will ? one of them m the Msoonlc Tempi ?? ! the other ?b. , t Ticenty-iifth and Broad. Ludi station will regulre ons competent clerk, or assistant postmaster, in addi? tion to tit?? force now employed. He does not know h..w? many additional ? ? will be n? ?? ?. but in getting up ail no? ce lary Information to lay before tbe de psrtm? nt. The Ch?Malesi EagtoO Arrive?. Th?? chemical engine recently purohased by Hi?? RJchmor, ? ? Fire ? ?epsrtment has ind ? ti placed in Ito quarte.? In Washington Hall, oa Broad str ?. It i.? a remarkable-looking machine. The officers of the departmenl express d then?? Bl IVI s a I miK ll pleased ?villi II, and pr ,? ? et tii.it ?? ??, in soon pay tor Itself, t? <? I trial of ti.,? ? ngtoe will t,?? ma,: Tu? lay. Heating I ? ? Trunk. A trunk containing :i loi ?f cloth.m-. having disappeared from ? bau?.? in Men? ?? ??, ently, ..?, official from thi t ??ity visit.?,! the ll? iiti.o Courthouse yes \ ? and made Inquiries In regard to the trunk found ?,ut near tin? Exposition Grounds Sundaj by 'Squire Lewis. Among ?????!? things found In the trunk was ? bunch of long, blonde tr.?- es, evjd ntly token from ? woman's b ? I, a need ?? Hand ('<>?,iii.t. Four young gentlemen Messrs. it. ? ?. Wortham, stunt Ford, Edward BradJ?, and Roberi Smith?engaged In a fisticuff and ombrella battle In front of tbe l'a?.'? House tost evening about I ..''lock, and were taken tato custody by Officer Wren. They were bailed at the Becond Station for their appearance at the Police Court this morning. The origin of Uie fighi COUld BOI I'" ll aril??'!. United ?-tutea circuit Coesi, !,, the United States Circu?! Court ??, ,. ?day In the < I ? ttorson'fl ail tretor against tt,?? Richmond bi l rail -? tbe ? ? t ?und for lit? plaintiff In the sum of I y ira, Vf. 1?. Cerdwell, Isaac Digs*, ..? ? ii. .,??.? Taylor, Jr., qualified to ? ra ? ti,.? tow ta the court linn Oier His loot. Mr. J. Wirt Bowles, of Um ClUsens' Hank, in slighting from the front of n trolly-csr yesterday morning, fell, an one of ike wheels paaaed over hto lefl it, ? itting the sho??. and bruising tl?-: foot While t.adly abaken up, be was noi .?, lotisly hur;. I'd ?orniI, ami l?rief?. Hon. ?. T. ?Took, M.?.??,ir of Norfolk, is at th?? Exchange Hotel. Major Benjamin ??. Naah is detained ? t ! ,?.. OSI J' '"'int Of siclu. BS. . Mr Peter C. ?Velie, Iba janitor of UN county court-house, la tatprovlng, nft-r an Illness of ten 'lavs, Mr. B? inard Taylor. Commissioner of tha ?:.??????;?. "f King fvUilam county, was at the ' apltol ? t< rday, Lottie Ki,.[ ;'? r, of Cleveland, 0? .? Una Mie. ii? iry B. Well rah to, of ii"? south Third street The Chrtatoforo Colombo Bead have kindly volunteered to play at Um next cu,crt at Picket! Camp OH Indie;,' Bight I.? .nn.? Hull? r was received al the peni? tentiary yeeterdaj fi King William county to serve two yean for bounebteag Ing. i Maud Lipocomb, of Newport N? wp, . ina Mtoa Claudia Ooddln, daiurht>r of Mr. Charles YV. Ooddbl, ?n west ?ira? >.? ttr ? t. There area a very enjoyable entertain? ?ment given <>n Tuesday night at No. ids : Broad street Th re w, ??? about twenty couples present Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Valentins and Mr. James M. Valentine ? it in Ri a fork Saturday for Europe un a tour of s?v"ral mouths. The imp. rial Quartette, composed of Messrs Richard Wooldridge, J. CU'it Burton, II. T. Frar*cteco, snd F. Haejry Jeter, ?sill sing at the Uni in besser oa Friday night. The Moody .hoir will have sn impor? tant m tit?; In the lecture-room of ihe s. end Beptlst church to-nigbl nl I o'< lo? It presiden) (fines la anxious that th-re shall be ? full attendance. A fins sel of stogi? hai ? was found by a Fu t-Dlstrict ?<?,? ?man yeeterday morntag hidden In ?? ?table oa Oraos atreet between Seventeenth and i.'.^it teenth. It is getd for ktentJfieatloa at Ike i*n--t Station. Mi?s Msyme Leaky, a talented young elocutionist ?.r this ?Ity, left a few dags ago for the Boston Conservatory of Zgusk t? somplete bar stud isa. A totter recrivjtd '.. r?? states that s!ie Is v? ry plsaOU ly aRuated, and la peogreeetag fiaely. The iticbmond uiirsapendaiit of ?he Norfnik Vlrgbttaa writes h? that paper! Cottgresaamn i>. Oerdtoer Tyler end Mtoa Mary Morris JOOSB will !>?? ra arri 1 in lids city on June lith. Miss JoBOg Is fl daughb r of th" late James Alfred Jolies, and one sf tho most accomplish?*! and popular young ladles In th- city. ?),,r 1) ill ? New York Hotel Report. I |b~MW Y'"i:k\ April M BsYjmatal) ft ? Drewry, Mnrttetroijgk; C Berkses, w, ? H. Fitzgerald. Hriiitswlck; A. J. I'arid?h. Sinclair, A J. 1? Basante, Morton; C. YV. j YVilliinis, St. Den's. INCUMBENTS WIN. RESULT OF PORTSMOUTH'S FIRST DAY PRIMARY ELECTION. riche?!-Buchanan and BtnMSwall Caaape Coming to BW-hmoTHl-Th? I-arg?*?* Morfolk Cargo? Women'? Home. NOR*roUC, April 25. -(Special. >-Th? canvassers did not get thron.ii counting the votes cast at tho first day*? primary in Portsmouth until i o'clock thla morn? ing, though the poll? close?! before 1 o'clock last night. It enea necessary, therefore, to omit to-day, and make to? morrow ihe second day of the primary. Tho summ in if up shows tiio following nominations: Clerks of the ?Courts, o. T. rtillllps; City Sergeant, WllU mson Smith; City Treasurer, Georgu A. ft bb; City Au? ditor, George A. Brooks. T'-morrow th* ccntest will be ?-onttoued for Mayor, Com? fnonwenlth's Attorney, lllgri Constable, and K'-.per of Cernetene?. AM of those now nominated are present incumbent-?, and the indications point to tito re-election of Major J. Thompson liitM at leant. TO OUR UMVB10BO? rickett-l.uchanan Camp la?t night so espied the Invitation of the ?Irand Ciunp to attend the unv.'illng of th- monument to the grlvatl soldiers g?;?!, sailors of tho Confederacy at Rtchnv w . and a com? mit tee was apiHiInfeil Vo arrange tho de? tails of tho trip. The -amp will carry full ranks to Itichnmr I, an<t so will Stcnewall ramp, ef lo-tsmouth, and Nlem yer-.Shaw Camp, of Berkley? Five d? legatos arare ei-et? l to represent l'I? k? tt-l'inhanaii ?.'amp ?,t tho r??gul.ir ?it tmal meeting of tin? (irand. Camp in Alexandria in June n?\xt, A M KAN WHI IF MAN. A white man of this city has Issa *>?nt to jail for sixty day? f.,r BteelB-g his wife's sewing-inachln?- ani selling It tu buy aiMahey. Tbe steamship Jama e in salici for Liverpool yeeterday vv ti one of tiia largest csrgoec ever shipped from Nor? folk, eomprlstag -.on ball? of cotton, ;>?. QCg hiishelst of corn, IT. head of cattle, '?Hi ttercee toba? Bl eases abntlto hetioks. Rl ???piar, ash. aad ? : iimt toga MM placea jog and perriaamen wood, snd 10 . .ir-lo.ids rsLives. Tire **?*????>.'? n y of thi.? Un? ar?? ansbrua to put (bar of these lane steamship* on a regular lino between Liverpool and Norfolk, provided t'cy, can g-1 rattto il faciliti, a, DEDICATORY fBRT_CBB T!n> Ptore?ea Crithnbtog Bobm fog Fail, tt Women, on Vhlktoasl street, was formally dedicated thla Bfteraeon with Intereatlng exerctoe?, Several aUntatari of tiiu city were present nudi took part lu tin? dedicatory Beisbea. Mr. o. C. <-.!is-. adtter ef Ihe New?, nnd J. G. Mi I-iughlln. iHjstinastei? of l.vm hbtirir, are in tb? ? 'v. The colored Hute - Sheet Methodist church raised ??,?? duHig the past c?m ferenca year for church ? aposta THE PHILLIPS MURDER TRIAL A Osssprenalee TeedleS Agreed t'poo ???t the I'li-onet QetB ?'< Years. AU9XANDRIA, VA., April B.?OfpS* cial.i- Tho third trial of .Vf.ers.in rhllllps. I wh>, on the eight of Jui) .., tv?!, shut and ; killed Oeorga B. Baslth, ?vas ealtod up in the Corporation ?'..urt, Judge Keith Nor? j ton prrekUng, this morning, Por ? j days past tb? attornej ? for th? Comm n w-salth and the prie-mei hare been trying , ? ? ai ?..? upon a compi*, t Us.? verdi t | nfi.r ? conference of ems hour? this morning, It wa ? : ? that Phillip? should enter aplea of Biurder la Ihe se? cond ? ti ? s? m? ? ? of B?C year? to the Richmond ? nttenttorp. In court thla morning PhllHi ? eaded as ar? rangi ?. sn ? the ris ye us* iteoce a ih .. poeed t.p?.n him. A rentre of ta four men bad been summoned from Loa? doua county, from srh m ? |ury aras to h ?v.- i..-,-? ?ab. ted, Imi t ? w. re noi .led, and th y wei? ? aal ? ? ?? hai Oral trial PI lUlps ? guilty of murder In th ? si nt? ne d to be banged, Thla ? ? ? .?? \^ m ? a ?? a tri ? si.int. d bj the Com ? of \?? ? ito. ? in a aecond trial with a Jury from Fauquter county ? vertf.ci o?* murder to tbe s., ond d< *re an ? ? -hl yeai ? to the I II nil.?? ? wa , |m| ? Tin.-; verdict waa by th.?. ?'..urt of Appeals, end ins third liial cam. j up to-day, with the result above m<-n lli.n. d. Phillipe will be tak?-ti to Rlcb-j mon I to c mm? n? s ? is renten? ?? to a d iy or tu,?. He im ?.p con toed In jail hen eine ? th .on of the crimi. SANDY SCOTT'S ACCUSATION. The Tiller Com lit??.! ..G I.vin. and Mr. Mattes ll.neiy ? ?... . rat. ,1. ABHLAND, VA., April ? (BperiaLH Sandy Scott, tbe negro ?v?a. was oaught , iy ?.t Mineral City, arrived h? ra t .-?ay at | o'clock in the Custody gesnt TrevUlton. He accused Mr, Mor? ion II? inry, OBS <?? th? BMWC t? ? 1 .?ti/., as of Aahlaod, of itealtae food? and delivering them to bin after nlgbt from the storahousa of J. B. Leah?, one "f the merchsnts, where Mr, Henery bi em? Iiloy.-d. The fads at?, Icott was thi? thi'-f, mu? go ?rented p> bids his ?rim.? and put ?t ?.u ?? whit? nun; gat Ibi ? denes produced i:i th?? ? as.?, whi? h wa a tried tins ?iii.-tr.?.? n, ihoved th?? negro to ba th- thi.-f of th.j deepest dpa He was s.-nt oa to the gnind Jury, mil "Mayor Tavlor took occisi?n to say from t??,? i? neb that Mr. Henery wm most ?ubetanttaBy exonerated. Th* go?*.)-? itera ?toten from Stebbtae's :-t"r,?, and no? from Leak's, am tli-y lioro tbg trademark of tho latter nan hint. ? -???-?-?*"-"???? THE HANOVER KELLY OUTRACE. Taylor, Ihe Attempted Murderer, >ot <'.i|i Pared?Me Mea Sene Weas BBAYBR ? ?AM, VA., April K, cial.)?The neglO J>>hn Taylor alias Hi. ,, , reported to b,? in Ihe (voedi mar Daw? . son for UM past thr. a days was nut cap Mured last Bight, and has not bBOB I to-day. It Is thought h- went west during the Bight Mr. L. A K? Hy. whom h- ut . tempted to murder, m -still said to bo I living, though in a critical condition. THE ?iU.uiNAL BTIU- AT LAROB DOBWELJ-, VA., April ft, fjpe iL) - The aliened murderer of farmsr KeUp near the eetn*t*houai to siili at large, but th- authorities BIS on ili- Statt, Bad may yet BBOQtcd In ttti ctlng his lapilli a FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOOD. The chango ? ? fran .?'?,*. with il.u.-i rs. If there b? juin, BBB-acaa rind uer.ou-i ilisturb anoee, or tho general be-ltta *noor, tho juilic ious use of in- .??.?.no ?houli! Le empi y?-?L Dr. Pierce?'- Favorite Prescription is tL.ils.-st touic awl -urvuie at Uiis tame. It brings about a r ("ulnrity ig tbo um ?,a my functions, curra lem?! ? v. akii?.?**, catarrhai iiitlaj..n_itii>n, ?ud Ueriuj derange nient?. Scomeiv, fiorthampOm I Cranta*. ??. ? DH.B.V.PiiRce: Dtav Sir After taking tour ????-!|???.?? I feti like e Ti-w person. I shall reo? ommend y?u and your ueodcino whervvcr I go. Yuur medietin lias work? ed wonders for aue and I can not praise R too much. All of my old ajUint.-m* havo disunpeanxL Yours resp-trtiilv. _. , Mita. WlLiuuTITA DOnGHTT. Piercer. Cure OK MONEY REPUNDliO. LINEN FLOOR AND _ STAI H assi 11 asili 11 Cover your Carpets with Linon for the summer. It ig clean and cool and eaves trouble of taking up Carpets, besides being a thorough protection to them against moths. For floors we have 3, 4fa ami 5 yards wide, thus avoiding seams, and for stairs 18 aud 27 iuches. Esti? mates furnished for covering one or more rooms. OQO?OOOOOOe?)OOOC?OC^ THE FOOR??RE?N-PRICE GO.