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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH.
IVHOLK NUMBER, 1&336. RICHMOND. VA., SATURDAY. APRIL 28. 1891. THREE CENTS PER COPY. IHK FIGURES AIL IN. . .-.v.tc?i'N Eiriy Forecast Barne Ont t?y lbe Official Const. OVEB TEN THOUSAND VOTES. ? III urce t Primary Election - Hfcld lu Rio-irocd. . \s SLOW COMING IN. ? 'p ?? civ ? <? ?? .'* OTIoek ; Rr-silts Announced. SEW MEN CHOSEN. ? ih ? ? ??.! W "? <>?*?< ri. . ?* ,?!..? ( l.r.lniiriii l'ulte Min*. ! - * ? Chair ? ' ' - ? ? ' ..,' the ? ? * ? ? a u ? ? ? ? ? ? Il M ? s? ? ? I : > ? ' ? ' ?':? 1.1 t ' ' ?? ' ! ' ' ; ..I.V. 1?|...!1 ? ' 1 ' ' ? ? ? . . V? ? il : ? ?? ? for : BILL W ! ? . : ? I ? I to . ? Itti -? w ?..,;: ? ' ' ' " I .'! ke men. were lo ' : ?? ?? Inlh t?? i in the ? rath?r ? a crowd ? .1.1' . ; r ' ELL ? riun? ii "I all . mei ? . . ? Iti. t?.? ?. ? . ? in on the 1-rt of I a ?. raid thai U ? .? , ?, ?.,? ?? healthy I ..>.? in the ? ?'? Bso? rat o ! . . od !:?? WAS "f Hi . rotrth win? larga ??' ''l-'? ? ?? (team? il ? -??..'.:?. I rea r?as ta our tttr. The ?: this i loa fo-rbiddtng aa* oa? rot?r io Mpproach wKhta i*v?mv th? ??.?? leted Hill parf>al nuti??' ?AotUm. eoa! bt ?u lh. ?????calk?! p-?->- ? ?r. -itartn- lhat ? iiii?ii>ni in a p. ition which praciiea.1*? daatroped li- in;' "Ila? n. w pian," < ntituie.i .Mr. Pat? ui ni?? direction of the Australi in b il???? law, ?M li Ib , t- ? ?? ? ?? rally f ili.yfiielorv The law. if ? .11 i.e of great ad r tbe set ., ? -. ? ballot, an l tu d rlni awap v.ith > ? : . rtng and Hi.? Ilkr." . ? be thought ? good ? had ????? ? nominated, ?nd ii? ? tl ta ? tatereeta of th?? ?it? ? : ? ? ?? n teft ?i.iti.'H for the ? memt.err? of tho ? '?..?, thoagfal Uta ,'lly. TUL ' 1 ' ' ??. icivInK the I ''?' boi doch edition lorntng wh? .. ? An eaemhBAtl ? ? I ? tie tallowing to ba ill : ?:?..?.? r Tann, r I ? . LI? . ?. *t i..r c< misos? .LSM ? .. ::.G'7 r Barber ' I ? ? r ?US ae for . . ..*.?. ? ? il . 1.001 ? ? '-, .'f Ih?? . I-M ? r Cli rh ?.f th ? I .*..,% S..mia.?,??. ?-.. ? ri ofBCI - ' ? ther nomi m ? tl nominee ? hmond, and im T ylor. , tbe whole ?. :.? ? brother, ? ?. ?. ? ? llltl? ?. IL , ... the dtp m< n '.? r ..r r. n m Clos .i,.m man of tbe ;!i 1 Public Luild and the vir .i . . alwaya l m il militar**' of the ? HE Ml ?NET. ??? . the n..m ? g u.,ui. He we? ??? ? ; ? m in parentage, ; . 11. -.iy Phillips, . ? an ? ? iy bualnei ? a . . r. 1'hllll ??-II known .. - at oil?' ariti ? ? Taylor, m is later h ? . ..? Phillip* tly with ths ? | ? HARRY. THE l'i. ?SEC1 TOR. Mr H M Bmlth, dr., v. ho will I.. ' ' -n. it tome- after July 1st, la ?? M. Smith, who .'..?? ? igrlculturol-lra . : mond, Ii?? ? right*?! young law) en ,.i ? . uh Commonwealth'! Attorney, . ?? ?? b) ? oloncl sp.its I record a bile in 10 it ? ? :: I I?? I i/aried and ? ? sponslble lh.? Ward liehet?. Aflei ?? had b ? orni pretty n? n< rally .?.er?- the n? mini > ? for muni ? l| ?? ? in tbe ? ; oth? r ward cont? at?, Each .?. hi? h only num. il f the City Commlttc , ? ' nd of Alder- j two, live ! ? uni ..'. Ihn e ? nd Uve .?? m ber? ?i". ?. m? rati ? 'ommltti ? In ? ? fi How the detail, il volt ' ? " '? ?' hy ... I? irsks: .MAL -I! \l.l. \\ U(|. Precincts. I MADISON WARD l'i? I ... : To'l ? ? (??? '. I G . . ... ? : - : . ? :.\f Com mon ? ' ? . : ?*: ?. ? i"? ? : iter. - ? . ? ?? -24 ? 1231,142 * 120 1.1*88 .1 ? 175 1"1 ?UT IViililron . ." - ? 64 7:?; In .... 2 -71 I '?? 123 K8 ... . ? ,. u l'i .Ir ? m Hall - ? 133 1.28?" - ?'? .- l'I 1.068 .?. ,? ?? Jl-i HI 1 173 18 M 117 141 LISO Y. Ita - ???.I..s CLAT V, -RD, ? Precincts. _.... ?? To'l ? ? .-.-Il ..76-OSITI ??,?????.?? ,!i I ... 3?. ?????:?." ...:..:ii.ii" I . 436 -- ? ?H 5 ?? u .?.. lu'ataitbB* p ; * .unc?!. J. M ....-"."? 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Cllv < ? ? ? ???.??. ?; . ? ? ?: irlj-hl ?. i. ? . hervln .. , . G? ERSI ?? WALL ? ! ? . . : ? To'l ? ?lohn ...... ? ? ..' S M ?. -.???. ?U oli.un M. Tut!.m... IM ZU :ll ? n Council. Kl ? i?. r?.i:<? 2-i 129 234 7:.: ? : Lavi?. - ? -. ? I . . 174 4011 ? H. l'Vi ? 22V .'.t I ? ? ;il |J1 378 SM VV II. Muli? ?. 64136 li 216 ?. I : H Murphy.. '??.-". .h" ?. :? . : ?. Itti'. ? , ? - . ? ?? iinmnck ??. ? no* . 156 ? ?? ; w. Schll? -. r. ? en ?. w.I. - ? *.? . .? \V. \'i ? ? on. M 170 % 140 es ; ? in. ' ?.' ' ' ;- : *-:; ? ' . . 123 nei '.-li-!'. '...'.? Tj 1er. * .:?*?*? '.'.''J ,? ?. .?: ? \\ ? ?. ?? t;.; . kVen I? ib-re 171 : : ?? 72> ? \ .1 \? ? . ' . ? ?.Wood . '.? ??????: wa im. I l'reclnets. ???'t??.? (one?. ?M Mil?, ('.lake .21* 1?. A. Hrnwn. Jr. ... i?S Common ?Ouncll. It. H. Brock, .ir. Ml ?.lume? Cassie .?o ?It. B, ?Hover . G?'? ?M irv (?uriMt . Kg ?YV. J. McDowell ... Bl Mo*. Vf. Thomas.... HI J. M. Wiltshire . M Jnallces. ?1?. S. c-'alr-s .PM T. F. ??-??t? . .?.?, ?\V. ?. Crave*. ?.li ?Henry li Orubbs... BB YVlillam ? rouse .... BM City ?'ommlti????. ?il St. .1 Cosi ter.... _*n ?w ?;. Dale . M M. W. ?;,rdon . M ?w. it Isaacs Jr. .? p W Mac, ini..?.2?.; m. i: McKenny. Ml r u. Noel .V'i H. U l'et'-rs .p il. Ullrnan .&B .?. .!. Walsh .BM ? I ! 2 , I ] 4 1 6 Toi ZW225?I0I I'A-.l.otA ill ut r.?ia?i s? m y,:? bb?bs i.css n>t .t?, > ?> ter. i..?t? ?547 3*??313??? 1.611 ?'? . ; :?-, 2Tl\ C"! ? .??? r.'.d ,. Iti .?.<?*. l.SM 11*1,180,207,148 941 CM ITC'is? 340 1.181 XI 147 170171 STI ?:: ?.; 312 ::?< 1.597 ... SA.337 302 1.381 li., 216 lfi IM l.i.'ie I 290??!????? I.1S8 . 207 I .<?i> 365 215 2M ?? 1,511 263 182 180 ITS MB o,. 151 190 117 BM ?li 229 241 JM le?"' _*a 140 17.: lis '<7<> 17 16?) 192125 K-?2 i ?- 153 195 M TU M 86| S) I'd, 515 j,\("KSt'N BTABD ? i-r.etncts. c?v Commltt? e. fFive elected.) .1. H. Doherty. W. J. Doyle. W. P. l.i-I.r,. I!. .1. Heeke. i: .1 lioxan. w i? Johnson. ,?????? Kr?n P. J. M.-Carthy 1 2,3 I To'l M IC! 44 -,? ?? ? ? ?. ' 12 129 ? r, zi ? 62 12 : M Zi 12 .17 !" ' Henry L. Carter. John 8. Trower, BL Kill. *7!yseems to be con?Kd**d tarnt Mr. Olover will ix* re^lecled to the presidency of the Council. The Nee* Com ru I ?toe. T*ho new City iv-mocratlc Commtltee Bflbe composed of the followln* mem ^Jackson Ward-YV. J. 1?_???_ W. F. ??G. ?mes H. lOherty B. Jones Ilb .! SE ?. ?. Jarvls, A J. Wood, and ^LTwrntl CBBBlnjBam Hail. An ?;,';? ?ini. Jr.. P. f* Murry. JsBeeeo. Wallace? and C. VT. Morris. 5_4_&?d_J?flfcia! ;., ,,- J* ? imrea, m. l. Daenma, ,?,lv^rnst;:.??uGLatoUche.andC.H. Wr5__tJn C-nnlngUag Hail, who ha? ? aptain in ? f tn? ^mmittee S" iever?? yeXS- <*?*eln >Tn are am-m* ?*"? mention?,? as suitable rirwoM fo? the chalrnvar,. hip of the com mirtee. Mr ??t'??'? ??????????. Mr T..?l?'r MB1 next Chief F.xecutlve, - G.- ?,':?;?? with eonirnitiil.i.10.0? of his ir^-La-l s.,pp..ru-r. ?-? ^_??_. ti?.? hundred ?if th-m called on him ?it I? resWence. No. s* ?-ct Ornee street and f-'-r three hours the Incoming Mayor City l,y rreelnrt?. ?? ?e?. ??4? ?1 g ".,_ ??? .', ., -/ -je - <: ~ - g ? S c. - - ?: ? ?.- - e? o r c ''-1 Ulli-., mj yjj iitdii s-ijLjii m S S 5 5 HlH lui ?hjsa f I LI Sis th ll ? -s ? ??:??_ *. - c _ ?- r. -. o?: h:.:.?: lit _ ? -?il-l ?i "j ?? ? o ? jag?- ppf f "a "*_? S "-''-r S ?? .?r.~.-. a~? *?.: e'r?.i?i -i-i s- ?:?? - c. _ ?-,:-j ?-I M* ua el.? ?_ l'er- .miel of II'?? CotUB-??? \s ? remili of Ti.ui',.lay's pumary there W,U be Beveral changes ta ih? ???-;'?,"' aldermen aud Common Council Juli ,- L Sony old member? did ??toferfor .? nomlnatkm. and aoaae who did offer were d"of*ah? elghl members of the Deerd of ? .',??.? nominated M?-?. William M. Tiiii'in. of Jeffereon Ward, and -"? ? A,?i,t.'..Mi?. of MarehaU. are now wrvtag f, he body. The new m-ml.'.s are: ,. ?? ??: !?? Storte and Bvan -tocad, of ,??.,,, M,i). Biabe, of Monroe? ? -ne?? ? Vaughon. of M ad taon: Joba M JSrfJtlBfBB, and B. M. Nobta, .'f .?,.?-ha?l. \lr Starte I- pro-irlilor of Hie Starke ? .'. piow-Wort-, hoi --rv.-l m ?lio ommorcoundl. ta Pr?^eftbeAa. socuted Chorltlea, and of th?? Rlcbmon?! 1,,i;H.tu;ll Buiiding, Loan Bpd Trust Com? pany. . ur Bneed is a merchant, ?m ez-memb r of the L? ?rd, ?ni served mo . ? "? ntl, ,??,? the City D?Binocratlc c.mmitt.- n ? ,;1",;: '?.?..?,- prataaant o* the Clay-Word Activ?e. Mr Linke 1? a Kror.ry in.-r? haul a* 1 reed dealer and a working poung Demo? crat , . .. u Mra ?.d.i.? aii'i Vaoghan ??** bo??? merchant? and asembarB of tbe preemt ? ?. mmon Council. Mr taha M. King is superintend? nt for Mr?.'Jan.? Kin?--. SBOhW ? W,H"!? ??* ?*?*? Hi Turpta will l>e ? candidate for ?he ..?, mIciu-v of th? board, and it is utvler " ??, in:lV be oppceed by Major CKwajr B. Allen, on? Of the hold-over numbers from Madison Ward. THK l.uWLK LLAN'CI!. Th.- it -w memi, rin of lh?? ???????? Coun ?II ar?? as follows : W. T. Woody, grocer; Joba ?. I?"? l-BBVP, salesman; and "Adam Diaconi, mntiufacturer. of .Marshall. jemee Caakta, lawyer: it. s. Break, Jr.. rollroed ot'iclitl. and Marx Uunst. mer ??tuini, of Muere? Sil. L. LUjomb'.r;-, lawyer, of Jeffer? son. H. T. lirfeK-i, c Immission merchant; ? Joseph Waioeretaln, ??????????? mer iliiuit; Julius A. rlobeoo, t.ouk-keei?er; and ?. I) l.anderkin. manaa-er of the Klt-h moml I??* ?Ompaiiy. ?>f M.idlnon. S. ? Colirell. i*oal dialer; J. M. Blanks, <lrugg-*i; -?"'I P? B. C Cabell, atturney-at taW. of Clay. '? .,? ..id BtotBbcee roBomlaated are: Jeffereon Waid OeorgB U. Davi?, John K. Klip*?. N. t. ???????, and Thomas U. Murphy; Marahall Ward-John II. Grime?, John Mmin. Jr ; Monroe Ward?Roif? K. (?lover and W. J. McDowell: Madison Ward-Jomeo T. Ferrlterj Clay. Ward fa id an infortuni reception. The chri toforo Colombo band seieneded Mr. Tay? lor during Um evening. Refreshmenta ?? r,? Bervi ? tu tbe cebera and the time wa? apeas '" dhrnieftirg the overwhelm? Ing victory of the boot A YVhe, ll-ai roll-Hid?? lie!. Another aatttSing l"t ?vu.-< paid l eat nl bl Rteberd Napier bet Edwin Vaughan iti.u Bppa wooM beat Smith, and agreed if h,? lost :,, trundle Vaoghan in a wheelii,trios? from th?? corner of High and l'in tr??? IS to Morir,,?? l'ark. if in? ??.?? Vanghea ?v is to trundle him over tii?? con Tenghan paid the for? feit, much to the amussment of a large number ?f tin? citisene ,-f th.? YWst En 1. Coiii-ratiilatc .Ylr. Smith. ? large d?l?gation "f Italian citizens, ani?n?,' \s ii?-m were Mesen, Jaasee I.. Hott?, nul ?. S-iiioii.'i ?in-l I ir. .!?? Call', Who has Jiift removed h> re fr-.m \\'.???? togton, celled apon Mr. n m. smith, Jr., ti:.? nowly-nomlneted ? emmenai atth'a At? torney, tost night to under their con? gratulations The ciiristoforo Colombo Bend wae along, and fund?bed spiriti??! and deUghtful niu.?u-?. Mr. Smith extend? - ? the boapttaUty of his home i.? the visi? tor?, ? ?r -i-? flatta ??? ? Bsember of the Committ?!? an Arrangemeate of th'? bai I, and is taklni; Krcat interest In Its wel? fare. Acra Temple, M.vatlc Shrine. Acca Temple held Its spring reunion Thursday niKht, on which occasion the m??? rot??.? und paraphernalia were used. The nobles were exceedingly pleased with all the new features. Th? re was a targe class of novices, who w? re greatly pleased with the r<ulttion of the work, ?o?d g?re very ??triklngly Impresse?!. Y'lsltors wer?? present from Phila?lelplii:?, Indianapolis, and severa! other cities. After th?? work there was the usual eft*? Kant aprenti BBaTved fag Krause. Creorne I?. Street, the potentate, looked like an eastern print???, Frank Cunning? ham ?Jltl not s??? tn to have a care as to the election, Tom YY'hittet wae an Idea! I11..I1 prle.-t. and Mr. Ilotchklsa was ln his element. All the officers were on their mettle. After speech and sons: this more than pleasant meetlnir. was brought to a close, und the clock struck one. Military Note?. An or-ler has been Issued for Troop D (H_nover) to assemble for Inspection on May 4th. so that it may be .Jetermln.-I whether the membership has become re? duced below the minimum. Hereafter all officers of all branches of the servtoe will be heU responsible for stores in their banda PLEDGES FOR CHRIST. REV. DR. TYLER'S ADDRESS BEFORE THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS. Bltth Anniversary ot Ihe Alpha Society Of the ???-ventri???!reel t.'hiir. h-Pretty Musical l'ricrumine. The sixth anniversary of the Alpha Sj clety of the Seventh-Street Christian church was commemorated at that ?acred ?*dlflce last night. Th?* attendance of member? and visi? tors was large, and the programme full of Interest. The exercises opened with a quart He hy Mis? Itodgrrs, Mrs. Dur rett. ami M- ars. YVatktna and Cardozu. After the singing of a hymn H"v. A. It. Moore off-Ted prayer, and there were other delightful ??????-? e>-Iectlons. The scriptural reading was by BeV, O. P, Rutledge, of Norfolk. BBA i?K THE ??G??,. The a.ldr? ss. admlrahl-? and Intirestlnc ln every particular, was dettisi?d by Rev. ?. ?. Tyler, L?. D., of New York. Thi?? eminent divine expr? ss ,1 his great plea? sure at l-elns; in Itlchmond ui??n the oc eaatoa of the atxth anniversary of the Alpha Society, and said were he going to cheractertao this era he woeM ?ay it wa? th.? era of the young people. Thi? was a period for Christian ?????tollone. B?ret-eT_O0da of St. Andrew, King's Bons, and King'., Daughters, and, last, bat ??-? l-iist. tin? societies of the ?'liristi.in l.n deaver. Th?? reiijn of the young people was a Bebte reign. They wer.? better now th-in irere the poaag gmm and emnaen of the yoeag Bays of the sp nk-r. HAVE HKTTKU TRAINING NOW. The coming Mme In BhllTCh and In stat?? would I,. Leiter f.r th?? youlhful than UM pi-sent or the ,,a.?t. I ?r. Tyl? r said th?; reeeoas for such hopes w-re that the children had Barter had such tralnim,' and ft! nit!.??.. Thos.? before him had very mei ? betti r fuciliti, s and opportunities to do good The speahi r bbM ba waated to live long enough t?, bmra to gro??? old gracefully. Cray hairs did not man thai ? BUM was ?dl. He had s.? ti many ni? ? n-.t BM than 25 years of age who were perfect ?treni . neither mtisfled with them nor any on?? else. TALK <?N THE PLBDOBB Dr. Tyler dealt with the eheiaci rlstlc feataree of the Mctotjr, Be epohe -,f ?he prayer-meeting and other ptodgea The former h?? terraed the backbone of the or? ganisa than. He dtaeected Um mveral Btodg -, and said that ?ach see would be a fin?? Bobject for ? sermon. Hero be brtoSy ? ferrod to errtttea mrntoa inv ihat if be want?-I everybody pi to ink.? ? ebeti nap ??? would raad them one of hie m nnoaa (Leughb r.i The speaker referred to the fact that at the meeting at Montr?e! last year ('resident Clarke had urged a< ? -i ? f,-r con?dd? ration the nuit!? r of good citi? Benshrp. The minister thought tins togfc was worthy Uta aenakli ration of the young people ? >( this toad He took up Um underlying prlBclploo of the society, l'i ?LITICAI. BIONIPICANCB. li,? sail ii,?? Medtooe-Squ ,r?? meeUng a year ago was a aiwtlng .,r greeler po? litical ilgnifj am ? than Um Chicago, or Um Minarepobe, or the CbtctenaU eoa ventkma In trylnii t-, please the [yitd, Bcoording t-, Um pledge, mea would vote for what they consider?'! t , !?? for the best Interact --f Ood .ml humanity. Dr. Tyi.r th.-n argued to favor of the lmp?,r!aii.,f reading Hi?? Bible, and gave tome practical euggestlons as t,. how to read the Booh of Hooks, t??? two pledg..,. suppotl your own church and pray every day??er? re treated at some length Tii-? Bpeaker mad.? a h-alitili,! treat tee upon bee? t>? ascertain what ?'hrlst wants his children to ,1?>, and closed with an earnest appeal 1er the blessings of th?? Saviour upon his audi Mr. II. I?. HiMI'k th-n sai.g. with SWeet ? 'feet. "No Time to !)>? \\'a?ted." Th?? dosotogy was sung, and the audl ence dtomlesed. THE WATER PLANT PURCHASE. 1'ric? >,?t let ftfjieeg ?'pea?Feeeeeel and otiier BtoaMhaMsae Ito?ea H'-pres. ntatlv.s of th.* Mai? v. i'-r Company ant of the Ctty Council and th.? arbitrators selected to Ox a price on th?? plant of the water company ha?-? bad several meetings recently, but as pel have not come to any conclusion in n.?? matter, p le thought that a? soon as Man? i, -t r acauires ih,* water com? pany's plant thai a franchise mil be giv.n some company to cstSbUeh a sewer Several weeks ago the Richmond and v inen 11 Hallway Company changed it? schedule and dMeontinued Uie loop from Seventh find farv- to Ninth and Main streets and pegan running all t'll ? up Seventh streeL A -lay ur two ago a l.tly from Hi- souths!?!?? ?vas s?? ti ? ?? ??? ntly watting .,' Hi?? e ?rner of Ninth and Main. She WOUld i' ?I "ll one foot and then tie- otiier. and then east a lungi,!.: glance down tii-? streeL a big-h? * ? t - -1 poli??, man, appreciating tbe situation, stepped nimbly up t?? th-? young lei??, ind ?.? ii?? gracefully touched bla helmet, ?vini? ????? face was wreathed in ??mil?*, h?? remarked: "I suppose vu are from Manchi ?ter.' "v? . ehe r? pile ?. "The care do not run t-> ?i?? corner any more, bal ni- Seventh BtreeL" snd th.? officer ; ?.a!. I B| ?in. "Is lhat BO. Thank >'"U v- ry much, sir," and sh-? tripped up the BtreeL Th? re was a large sttendsnco ai t:? celebration Thursday night at Toney'a Hail of th-? mventy-fiftb anntverssn of Odd-Fellowship ht America. A nun.! r of , nj lyabto ?? ? ' ? ? ??? re rnade. The , ?vii rase of Blanklngshlp Bsvory engaged the attention of ?, ? tings Court yest??rdaF. The ease involve.? th?? mi.? t,, som? property. i:? v. w. T. Jolly occupied the pulpit at Ctopton-Streel church Thursday night. iti ? t. a if ? .? -, , : .??- ?'? He will till tii.? pulpit <-f this Church at both e? r Vtces to-iui-rrow. I;,??, w . n Trstohsm wlH give a lecture Meal Thursday night al Cowardto-Ave? nue Cbristian church for t. ?? l"?,,. lit of tie- Cowardin-Avenue Toung Men's Read? Ins-R.,. Bubjc t. "Mental Photograph, or Voting America as Beea To-day." Much it,t? ?? -t is manliest. 1 in the csUbiMbmenl of tin? reedtag-room, uni th.? lecture win n , doubt t??? hugely attended . ? ????? r looking turnout pa?-d through Manchester yesterday morning, p was an .? -ait Brlth ihr?-? oxen attached, The bovini s wer.? being led t,y two men. while in Hi.? .ail i.'i a ttOBBB or so women and children. The Bret eai of eoa! waa run up 11 !!:?? ??\? ?..:',-.ha!?? on the Hi? hmond and Danville r..ilrna?l yesterday, and the new arrangeaient apperenUy worked a IL ? ease "f B/iUhune agslnst Um Man Ch? r ilailvMiy ."."? lmpr?cV>Tii-!!t CoO> ,. aal f r triii Bzet Vfe Ineeday. Miss C.-l-y ?. '.???!1 1-' <; .il-? Bftck at h.r beane, on Porter sue?, t. |i. ?,!!???.Sheriff Jam? s lt. fioode, "f ?!?? -,. ni.?1.?!, was In the city y. s'.rlay. Mr. a. ?'. Attkis?on has returned from Bucktagbam Coortkeaee, where h.? went mi legal business. ?inly one trifling case wa? disposed of In the Mayor's Court yest>r>!ty morning. THE MENHADEN FISHERMEN. They I?eny the >orfo!l. Allegation?YVay iniiii Button'? Ca*e?l*ar?iona ?:??????.???. Mr. George 1'. So.uire, of Lancaster county, representing the m-nhaden fish? ermen, call'-d ui>on the Governor yeab-r day to contradict the as-Jertioii made by the Beefs? of Norfolk conn ? y that his people were destroying ?dil-l?? fish wttii their purse nets. M?BakgesM. are usci In making fertilizer. Mr. S?iuire says there Is |10".'?>' km atad lu. and 1,<a*J persons engaged in th-? Industry. He Invited the (Jcivernor to \lsit the Seid of operations and make an Inspection, so as to satisfy himself thai the char!??* was unfounded. This the Governor consented to do, au-1 will <??> ov. r the ground In th ? State steamer Cheaapeuke some time in Juni? or July. YVANT 8G???? PARDONED. Governor O" Ferrali Is blng solicited by personal appeals and petitions ta pardon YY'ayman Sutton, and has taken the mat? ter under advisement. The c_se of Sut? ton is a very remarkable one. Some years ago he was convicted of. the ?iiuroVr of Pete liarvt-1 In Southweat Virginia, and sentenced to hang. The night before the day fixed for his execution be was re? leased from the Wythe county Jail by a mob, and escaped tooths far Wat. He was finally located, brought bock at great e_pen?e to the State, and resen tenced. but Governor McKinley, yielding to the entreaties of Button'-** friends, and Infl'ience.i by evidence of a ???-tbl?? doubt of his gull?, commuted hh*--oentence to Imprisonment for life. The papers before and th?.? p.VBBBB? repreeentatlons mad? to Governor U'Ferrali show that very many of the best citicene of Button's section of the State believe that he Is an Innocent man, and th?? vletlm of circumstance. If not of a conspiracy. Letters have b-*-t*n written to th?> Governor by gentlemen of th?? highest standing, taking this view of the caso, and urging that Sutton shoulil tal ?????? his liberty. Sutton hail borne a good character before the Harvel shoot? ing. PARDONS HEFl'SED. The Governor yesterday refused to par? don David Morris. Scott Crawford, and CharlSB Shltlett, who In 1W2 wer.? con? statai In ('.re. n?? county for disturbing public worship, and s>-ntenc???l to four months each in Jail. The cas.? was ap? pal-d from th?? Circuit I'ourt ti> the Suprime ?'inirt, and the Judgment of the lottar <*ourt eeaflnaed but in th?? aseaa lime th?? men had been released on bail. Bhlflett, who hail not heard of the adverse decision of th?? p????t court, was ar? rested at Orsea? Courthouse a f? w days ai-o. but th?- other two men live In the Llu?? Ridge mountains, and ar?? not BBBf to reach. Th?? Commonwealth's Attorney of Gr.ene advised against Executive cle? mency. L. e. Orar. Bthertff of POaealer; J. ?. Hiirkrader, Sh? ri(T of Wyth.?: Qeorge A. Williams. Deputy Sheriff of Fairfax: m. K. Seise, Sheriff of Nelson, and I'm. John L. Mo?,n. of Alhetnarle, vislte.l%thc Capitol yeeterdoy. COLORED MINISTERS CRADUATE. Lotiitiieiii emelit ???????? Ye?ter?ln- of tin? >cminiiry. Th?? First Lit.tist cluinh (colored) was w? p tin?*.i y Btetdey aftaraooa on th?? oc? casion of the r,-r.i luation ex rclses of ?Iv; Hi? limoni Tli.oloiile.il Seminary. Enjoy ? 1.1.? tiiusa- wat t? aderad by ihe Hartshorn and the First ?lunch . h..ue, and aevi ral s.,i?.r atan Bong. Th?? chief part of the protframm?? c>n sist?--) of addreeoci, at foUotrei "Some D? man is of the Age Ifpoa th?? Ministry," Philip R. Berbet?y, Philadel? phia, La : "Social Mleelon ..f the Church." Henry W. Chiles, Mali-tnld. Va.; "Th..? Attitude of ??? Col in ? People Towards the ????.???.? ?? Baptist Home Mtaetoa Bo ??'.? tv," sutton ?. Ortgga, Delle?, t. ?.; "Fidelity t?. Obligation Essential.!.) a Paa tor*B Su..?.ess." Oliver T. Harris. Appi? ?????.?, Va.?. "Paul, the Ideal Mloslonary," Joba t. i'i.-titty, Petersburg, Va.; and "Tbe Valu?? ..r Hist,,?? t.. tbe Biblical Student,"' Lewi? J. I'ollard. Warn IB, \ u An address to th?? graduate? was tien given ?'.v L.-v. W. P. Lrahim. of Iho Firth sir????! church, on ?'The Mlnlater and His Work.'' Diplomas ..r graduati?*? from the Bag? listi ?l ? litui??ms were ???.?? to all eg? ea- t s. ?; Orli -b, uh>. r .? ived a full di? pi..ma, with degree of bachelor of di? vinity. ?? the done of the programme Bee, w. M. Mooa, m ?. hell of the alumni, pn - ?anted Dr. Car?} with a purs.? ..r money in tohea of their eeteem, witb which to purchase a |>arlor sel ..f furntiu. .?. .ml Dr. Carey responded with appreciation and som? wordt rotating to tbe poet and preaent "f th work. k?v.? hundred and thirty students for the ministry hav?? ai tended the sebo ol In the te inty ils peers of Hs history, and better and high? - m ?.. D don? aow then ever before, The exer? etoet closed with the benediction bj Rev. ????a La> ne. THE CAMP WILL ATTEND. In? ite.? in ih?? Balta wood Aaseatattoa'? "ilriiinrlial Me.tini; -An liii|uiry. At th-, BWettag .'f I. ?*aiii[> last night, Commander E. Lealt? spin? ? pn | ? a communication was received from Mrs. L. d. n?.'.. bhtaa, chairman of the Holly? wood Memorial A loctatton, inviting th? camp to attend th.ii- mettlng on Bay :. iv?i. at the v..unis- Ben's Christian Asao < Liti?p imildiiiK at s o'clocb P. M., which wa- accepted, and the ?ami? waa ordered . bl? .... ? au.-rai in uniform as poBBibta, Colonel Spence presented tbe camp with ? of .Mr. Georg ? B. Bernard'? ? on the "Gettysburg Camp? ???.." to be filed with the archiv?e of the camp. The following i.-tr.r was received: "MASON, TEX., -\| ril I.' UM "I. ?- Sir, If you can, pie is? wa ? int ? of any ofltoer or privat.? of the Thtrty-flra! Virginia Lattali..? ..r in? fantry, or any one else who may beva known the one-eyed Sergeant 'Bendy,' re? ferred to in t!..? Cosmopolitan for May, UBS, page ES, and you arili oblWte ?v ms truly, WILSON HEY, "Adjutant rt. Kaoon Camp, ?'. V," THE STATUE ACCEPTED. It WIR Be >?????.??? trema New *,..rk To lliy. A New Fork telegram ? the Dispatch r. ceived last night soys: "Th?? Committee on Deaiga of th?? Sol ?li.-i.s? and SoUort Monument .\ tion of Richmond, V?., me! at tbe tal.lishm. nt of th.? Henry Donnord Bronoe Company to-day to Inspect |he statu.? recenti} cesi bj tbe .ipeny for the monument which Is t?. i.?? unveiled at Richmond oa May Wth. Tbe memi* : expressed themeelvee as being thoi ?atistb-d wllh th?- m-.u. and it was ec? o pti d on ??- half of the aesoc atlon. it ? probable that the statue will b?- shipped .-i ?t ndiy." Th ? N? w V'.rk Trilliti?' of ????t.?.?? print? .? cat of tb? Beare, and sor? it wei;!is about thr? " tons and Is sixteen f. ? t high. Mafrlege at Monumental. a Muiet aiiJ prstty mai m... a ? .? k place In th?? Monumental Episcopal church in this citv V.'-dii--d iv at i O'cloch i'? M., ? ntractlng partie? being Ml?? Alle? L. Whim? y. an accomplie- ? lad] ol -Bond .Bty, an ? Mr. s, s. Denn, one of tbe leading buslm m men of Nor? folk. Tb ? ' 'i m oy a"?? perform? d I r Btah u ? ?? ct ?!. B. K< srton. Th?? conplt were preceded by M? ?ra franli Whitney, of Chuchatucb, brother of tbe bride, land Crawford Nottlnahain, of Nori.dk. brother of tiie groom. There \.? re ? ?? - et on ? ? few friend? and relative?. Th? bridal party return?.I te the ? IMO? of Dr. W. L. Dors? t. beotber-ta-taw of th? bride, where ? sumptuous dinner wen ierv< ? after which they hoarded the Norfolk end \V. -.tern train f?.r Norfolh, their future home. Th?? /oliavi?? Coming, The Virginia Zouavea ?.f L^rnchborg will attend the <???!? ::? Mil s ..f th.- u-i veiling ..f tita Confederate Botdtanf aad Sailors' m..unni? nt on Muy Mth. Captata ?. E CroigbllL in a letter re? ceived by G ..'al ?'liarles J. ??.'.?-??? . Btataa that he will bring i-Una thirty-live men. Captain Thomas F.llett, secretary of th.? Monument Aaeociatlon, also recelve-| rea tai lay an achnowtodgemenl et the invi? tai n extended fonerei Turn.-r Aabhp Lamp. No. 21". C. V.. of Wiliiliester. Ad? jutant P. W Boyd, Of that cainp, tnak? 1 Inquiry as to accommodations obtainable in th? evnt ^hit Ma oritatiizatlon should tind It practicable to attend. lit?? Pulton M ?"-ting. Hev. G. F. Williams, city mlssln-iary, who is supplyiiv- Fulton church d irtn?.? Dr. Whlt'lell'.* ?U?eras, has ?n'en hoMIng m?*?tlngs every- u'Bht this week, as.-il-tcl I by Hev. W. P. HIBCS. who is prca inn : ? with great peWBT. Th.re are large ani Interested cunsregatU-iis, and many pr?. ? feosions. I D. O. Sullivan, Eighteenth and Main Streets, has about lo.W? pounds nice ?'i. - Nlc Ham? (Virginia cured). We iilotl?? th? y can be bought at So. a pound?aplen ? did meat. He ha- som.? very tine Ch ? root?, Jo for 30c., as goMlasmoke an an I Havana cigar. This Is a bargain, l-'tne t Java and Mocb?* Coffee, 22c., finely fla I von-I; nlct Dried Leaches, 5c.; eholce [ sweet Country Lutter, 20c.; Hock-Candy Syrup, 30C. gallon; 5,000 bags very tat ? Family Flour. ?Je. bag; Pi-re Lard. 8??.; i very fin.? California Peaches, u _rk???! down: very hue Grape?, 5c.; lmport-d Sardine?, 8c.. Betta eU-where for lie. We ! would suggest to those who hav? cattle to feed to aee his One Timothy Hay that ; ho la selling at <0c. hundred You will be sure to buy. Corn. Oats, and Mill Peed. Six pounds (?ront-tated Sugar, 25c. ; fin? Irish-Pota toe?. 9k*. a pert; targe fat Mackerel, per ?Posen-Oc. ? The beat cream and fancy Individuala for -mtertainn-snta la asede by Morris? I'Phon? 4?. : **0 GOOD WORK AT LOW PRICES. Aa Cnsollrlte?! Tataimonlal to the Dispatch gob oetc?. Send your prlntin? t.j the Dispatch Job office, and you will not regret IL AU work executed promptly, neatly, at low prices, and satisfaction guaranteed. See tho fclowlng: THE EXCHANGE ANT? ilALLARD. RICHMOND, VA., April 5. IHH. The Dispatch Company: Dear Sirs.-Permit m?, to congratulate your Job Department ?mi the appearanc?, of some presentation card? which 1 bod printed there today. I am uaej to carry? ing something "swell" ln this line, but I must say that at the pile? Charged, this class of work Is not ??-iiiall??-! in any of our northern cities. it Is so unusually good, an?l so wonder? fully cheap, that I have to make a com? merit. Sincerely, (?K'iRGE A. HICHANAN. Son? lure for HaiiilrufT. The Sliver Dandruff Cure Company, of Owosso, .Mich., has plao 1 M Ike mark"t a sure cure for I -nine diffi? culty. It can he four on sale at the dragaseis cf Dr. ( The following testimonial from a : ? : ilBgel eft?MBM of Hllls.lalo county teile what the euro Will do: RBAOINO, Midi.. April ??.-The SII ver Deadrefl Cate, Owossot ??entiemen,-. My BtteattoS was call..! to your Silver Dandruff Cure about six weeks ago and urged to give It a trial, tn which I re? luctantly consented. Having i,r?vlously consulted and tul the prescriptions of several different physicians. I thought It u?ele?s to give it ? tria!. Hut upon th,? urgent rocote meada tton of ? Mead ? con Beated t?? giv.? it on??, and from the first application I got r-li-f, and now 1 am perfectly weU. My bead is clear from ?l-uidriiff end that burning, Itching sensa? tion 1 had been Buffering from for the past twenty yea is. ? ? cuso was a pe? culiar on??. There would bo buriiin?? and itching of Bay Si-ali? s.? that frequently algttto niter ? inni retired to bed the burning would be BO to tense that I would t>e compelled to get up and bathe my head in OoM water to .>uief thi burning so 1 coiikl get mam rest These burning innSBtlOTlB would 1,<? followed hy ? thloi?. yellow matter oozing through the cuticle, Which would v!,v on my scalp, I?? iving a mo?t dtoBgreeebfc Itching that eonetantly gave BM great annoyem a Thank? t<? the "Silv<>r Dandruff Cur?," 1 am now entire? ly ???!!. The ,,-?? <?< on.? box has cured me. and I fe?| so relieved from Um suf f??rlng ?m<! .innovan? - 1 hav,? B-dargono for so many fesra past Hint n.? a ?? ? of min-* Will adeguateti ? rxpr M m ? grati tilde to you for putting so valu.il-> a remedy en Usa market wln-r.? othen, who are annoyed a? I was. can so easily I,.? relieved. I consider it. a specilli: for all acelp dhs a a . Teure truly, BBNJAMtN F. MOSS. The Beesei llroken. TIME AND DISTANCE ANNIHILAT..!? ' I. Y ? UK ?.??????\?> AM? DA.WTI.T.E RAIL?? ROAD'S lI'iTKl, BPBCIA1. BBTWBBM ? ' '?' KS -NVII.I.i: AND NEW YOltl?. Tb.tic-Coast Une was without a eoi . - In tbe Florida bust-ess natii IBM. ? -? lli.it -lay the new Florida Short-Line of Um Richmond ?nd Danvi ? railroad threw si en II ways between the Nortb Bad South ;.n-l has etnee then be ? making things Bum, The Florida business Is something ? ? BBOOS, and It means much t,, the excbe? quere of both roa ? . ? ly com? petition bea ?? ? harp snd Um rivalry im ? grown boti ? an i hotter. Tii.? two Une ? bave vi, d with ? ? h other 1?? the equipment ?-f their traini unni now the Veatlbuled Limited, of the Uu limon,I and Danville, l< a siring of rolBng pel lea hat bi --n -ini- ?.?-???? I to a ? ? ? e which we 1 hoped would be reached In the Bouth Tor y ? ars ?. me. ? gran ? eiin,.,? ? ? . ,? last ?, u reach? ? d i,y the Rlchmi nd an.I Danville ? ??. i .1 ? -:??! train, ? : ? ? ,? Jacl onvlll ? at 18 ? A. M. Thursday and, aft r covering ii distil m? -?. I New Y - . at U o'clock nnon on Frida] '''in in iu* ail record ? ?.? either and is by oni hour and ?? -.?? Blet ? minutes tn?? >??a?4?*??a? III???? f--r made between .Jacks ????1??? snd New York. The most delicl?? . ; en ua i.i BBBslO by Morri.??, 'Phone SB Truly >' Titoriou?. Wa ar?? ?n ,!,,iy receipt of MmpUmeate t?. Um works of art ???? are off? ring t? sui, ? ?ii, rs. All wi., g?? um "Stgbta and Scenso of the World" attest Ita wiimtoi tul power as ? pleasing adncator. it ? -? iltles all ..ur subscribers, at a paltry sum, togeth-T with the cutting of a luv coupons from tin? Dispatch, in effort to ? tbe entire world an?! s??,? what k to be seen. And BOW, In tit?? m me manner, through tbe "Famous Paintings of tuo World," ali ara enabled to have an art gallery ?r their own, whlcb cannot fan of producing refining Influence. Send ihr -.ii en I an 1 t? :i c-nl.-i fat the number you dee m to THE DISPATCH COMPANY. Do you want pur,? Ice cream? M it ? Is tho place, No. C_? cast Hroad street, 'Phone SS YVhen JVihy was sick, wo gave her Castors, When alio was a Child, MM ened for (astori? YVhen ulie beat?N Vu-?, s.'?? clang to Cx-1, ir?a, YYueii she had Children, ?.let gavetii.'iu CtuUiri*. Try Morris's pare too croi m for lnva. Ud??it's tie- h it- 'Phone MO, '?xford TesebinV BUS ? e-il a lar ?? varis'r of other BUMee at M BIBB ? I o.'-, Ht? BBM liiorvl. (io with ihn crowd to tuy Wiiting-l'aper ami Kavttopeeel Uostbs ? co>a,SSB seal Broad. Sights and Scenes o? the World. PART 17. ?G????? CHANUKi? EY'.Kl VVKKK. Cut th'.? mapon out and W?v?p It until ihre? ot tltPercst BsaaBecs are aceti., y. Vil ??, tica i?: a...?I RllBI. tC?olUO.' with TEN CENTS, TO TBK COI ??? DSPAB?taltd-, THE DISPATCH, ?ICII-ON'?. VA., snd yon wUl re?-oi?a the ei.-.-an* port? folio ot pie.,? a ???.,???, as adveeneei, *?e? o.ir advei'lituiaeul ou auviuar pa?/e. CUT THIS OUT. To Subscribers. If you don't receive "Sieht* and leene? of the World''promptly oa your order Enow that Itti cri tv? -omit of the freat midi el ordM?? Tnuy ?BUI come to you tn tima from the publllhnra. 1 lit, DBtPATCH CUMPA.W? PART 7. fPON Paiot__gs\ Famous of the World ?tec? ?Cat eat three of Umm eoapone tad eead or brMg ?ma Tg_ ogjrsa ART DEPAITMENT THE DISPATCH ftlCUUD, U. y PART 7.