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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH.
WHOLE NUMBER, 13,798. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1895. ___ Til KKK CENTS PER COPY. (iFERRALL ARRIVE& Miitl Warmly Welcomes Our Gov? ernor, His Stair, and Escort. . Mit S011U FUNCTION. i Tntleiyd by the Virginia ?y of thc Georgia Capital. n ,,,i x i* OK mi: .lot ii\i:i. J i, M,.? ni Vms, ruin!* nf tin* : ,, ?_iarlO at Ihs "lil Dwmlalwn ' I , , ,,(?><? Mm-iiiiiI ii* Wi-II nu ii I j I. I..-II.-I... \ ?. \ i; \ . ? ,i I I in Vtlanta I Hoi IO ll\g :it- ; ii tli. I< un - of cadet* I ,h< VI ? '?' Itsrj I ic-1 nut. are ittr* tioi o .; ...' the I *, r ;-. ? Btate I .!?.? ; .ut to-morrow in th , * \ Irainla-Day have made Irnpresalon a-s any soldier* here dui ? . : hi pan yt, bul .c.I., ci : . th< a Itboul ' ln< l a Hob of the Govi rei '* ?-it beartnj ' irglnia I -, v.. i l ad the * * peela I il !? timi .a l ?anvllle, at High Polni for bi i ' ? -iir.il f ?! 'linn, l t !-,i i W tea v.. r i n ; ind aa a rx c. gut) rnatoi >i . pull Into iii' ii.i.'ii I 'i pot s i.. Kl< bn ond t lm? ? .. I ?-? i ? . latei i ' ;t< ii supp* i". i ly to in- I hi Vii who were ai ? ?HT ara a made for I O'Kerral! rty. Thi ? ??? I the ci !? ? roi p* oi i ? ihi i and Mrs. < '"Ken-all wen ? - Mai y llayi -. Nelllt I . I. ?; ? Knight, .:-. l I. ? 1 - .! I . . | ' ? ? ..il.'mi. ? ' ? '.ll . ' ' ?!'?!,' ' J lilli . Ord ? '"i-.ni' 1 ''. : lin T. Kr. \. I.. Fhilllpa, ai..I ? cn ; .iiii'1 .... I Fal ? . Ur* ? ? : . ? ? . ; I ? ? ?? . to ' ? tl to Ai- ? ? rs. li i s. ll. J v. ii. -. ::- r. .1. C. ?'. ll tm y, T. s, Carroll Payne, J v - Kev. ll ly. Or, I il. .. Bed ' i hom* -. and J ith promli ? nt A I ? ?of tl ? ? ? cai *A ted with bani Ona ? ?.ni*, cl cf the i .i ig ii i .j the party -. . I m fully lllti lllll-t [llC ? g one. i ?va lng te ? wei -. and wi i.i directly | ! ting th- Govi r * ?] i.i i n pl ? ppol I i ? - ? ? ? it Union sta mi thi handsome J ? I loon 'if the <:.;t> ruy <'.a ird . gre. t them. ,i lon at Hie station . rm .;. Hs aa I c. ? ption Committee, Kimball House, and re : tm< Ht* that ? rrangi : for thi m. Govi rn r ? ?? .ii happen t. n y tl ? ? i m tbe handsome! I In Bad two yi i - iga livered the sanual . . isla Society bars ? 11.tv RECEPTION. ? ? thi Kimball lo-nlghl la i.* ' ? i ? ci,n aad party, and 'fllcer* fiom Virginia, \*-ii" ? : sn i irlon sad tba ?c. sartor Bear ware n ?' o'clock until mtdnlgbt ?'itt'ii a gathering af cnltl .ui hp il si es* .,rvi-l 'hu iii*s* UM ?. ,i peal Pa nd frew N i -, .i musss, ?"'' asa*!* rx ism b wen |ie- I lil aili S nh tbs Ouverti"!. ellene] v i I ll i* ? ?|V - las* i a| hi* uurtv. bfavnr li la l'i..I.ni.I> iii,- riiii-ci In I'tM ?-llr,- ? I'ono I lt 11- S,m',-?-I:ch, V. ASIII.V,!'. IN, I ? I Od Tho magill! bi liff I'i i '.-I and the memb. i - ,ol li ? ? ind Potomac Sd I at il l" .'?? ... I i er Atlanta via itu ll VV..V. ol thi party v I by un "All .. - . y u.ii.i i 'iii i ' n '. I !.- it- v. ns .il., vd of 1 ... , . of tl handsomest ev up tn thi . e, t . .-ii ?i . ;? ip Ul :? . the (11 . i VV. il. Buldwln, :. cond v I ? . 'i . Ural cai .- ?> omposiite tai ar Thei i Tii.-iit-i ir. ' ' '?'. ::n i," vt 'hil h tl . , ni ol I he l i.i'i'- at \v lltningtoi . I >.?!.. ii ii ii.i.- bren i foi thia tri] ? uluml a lu prebably ii ? m< -i m ? : :!,. ??',: I lion l-l - I 'lit nt fl . ? -t ol lr i..ni tina twelve <?? emt:.: ? ie ii utu i un with all toilet ara .! I-, comfort and convenience, itself. Thi Ml n's pi ivi t< ? .ai 'i "W Iki , i!'. i-iiti. and ? At Gi N .' . i v- ? ' I- t ,ll. i I ,' ' ll - . Vc 'I ? . ? ll .- I <;. ne i ?? . \ ? ? . ? '. ? >ip| any i. - , tri i .iii'??. I . fin. ai v . v.. li i- -. ? ? thal ?hei ri 11 -.V ? ? .?I will fl "W hlmi I ; ii.' "Wlldv itli th-j mom ei ki n .t he it ill in ik : e i iii ? I ult MOKE ? Ol STIES. iilliniili W nuts >ivl\-'hvii of i'liiin in Roath I il rmi nil. i . im: mi-I K, 8, i' . Oi lol ? i 21. -lu the il na) convi ntlon ton lilli- on counl i ? to I lion In i >rlty fi m. The ill'!'. I n providing for ll t id c.;.ilivi .ii? .is haa . . : ... : : li nuit,i- r of . ... r Till ni.-- sixty-two md Mi ? '? I?. Till tee. Av .'.ts iu leave ma out, except aa lo ??: bi ??lim I, Mr, Gi orge Tillman wa In . i ri an rial ral ai ? inn :.t vv hi n ' he hour 1 rived. The debate < n the new-county quern w:is -continued at the i vening until il o'clock, when a voti on the Till- j man ami ndn ni lo make the nui ilJer of I rountiei sixty-two vv.is voted down, nine- , :. rm ':'?: ' Kiaborat. ai umem were mada by D. Tillman, Senator Tillman, George Johnstone, and vv. C. McGowan. - pfrage ? ommltti e this al erne ??<. :. .... ie .? st.:, . i hangea In iii^ ar ttl lc n ported to iii" coi t net..c. The ellon now reads; "All elections i,t th ? people -h;:i! be by ballot, and the i ? ? loni si..iii ni v er b bel l or toe bal- ! lois counted In -se-rel." Another change allowa "rolnlatei former!) readlug "mlnlatera ol ihe ?? pt i," and "teach, i ut public -- tu vote, If otherwlae qua! li I. Vnoth ?> Important amendmeni makea ^-'ticii i. read thus: "Elector) In municipal election* ahull ;,,... ia nil ii,,- qualification! herein i>r? .tri i the o- neral Aaai mblj --hall provide for .. si>- i-.i registration ..fe voten for ?eb municipal election, i?r>>- t vfi.-i Un' Oovarnor : *?;ill appoint nm- i m. ij :t! regl itv ti".ii ..(iii-. ra.'l Thi laal clauai ?>! ibis means a decla? ration of war "ii municipal aelf-control. ? i ii vn i:vim:i>i. io> LAXIMh I. un lion I S?-nl lo \rre*t Hie l'i, ri j ? ; I orlllo innl IViin. PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI, October ii Twenty .?ila:... v\ h . lan Nt vv Vork \ ,,ii u.teamer Delaware the IMh iii- . atont, have ?>" n landed In Inagua Ba irii". ix, whither .i Brlilah gunboat h.;* nona timm Jamaica at tha requael ot iii Spanish Ruthorltlei la airaol the party. The- leader*, Corrtlto aad Pena, with | two other*, ??vii" ware relaaaed ir.,m run lei.iv at Wilmington, i? l.. and who wera alao <>" tha sam.' steamer, have ajosa t.? i'.iii da I'ai.N, preening My ta route for > Cuba, but ethe Haitian aathorltlaa huve! been warned ..f their move mon ta, aad it 1- believed tbat Hwy wm ba apprehended. ? Druuithl TrrrlM> BtTttm. 'DENISON TUX ? Oclaher fl The drought in Northan tt *?? an! the Indus i. i rltoi f la the I '?? ?'' maajr : et ii -gre dry, aad the water coureea dried ap, fha Hae-h aralat <>n targa ram bea Los glaaa oat, aad iii" borda aro CWUsmlly M the movo for! wm ler. ' I and Mrs. King, Colonel H. P. Cabanlas, Ml ''ai Mlaa K.'iii. and Mlaa* Doyle; thi Virginia lady eommlaalonera; Mri !.>,.:,". Mra Tm.si.iii. Mra Naah, || li"l-< \nioiii; the gueata arere Vii ? r. si.v.nsi.n and Mlaa Stevenson; Oovernor ? --.iel! and -i.ul .cf Connecticut; Hon, J, ?- M. ?'.imv ; tod a large di li gatton of t'onfiderate \- ti rana In Edward B. Ga foti arly ..f id, made ? happy llttb pi ? wi Ii omlna <;c.vin,,r c.it,m. ;... . v,n ' 'lt od n line ' early an ti iui await Ins their turn. The offl. tra ol iii- Virginia Society, who : i ?''?' '' no palm lo make the occasion a ai . Captain Charlea s. \,. : resident; George J Bradli nt, and W. L Bi ddon, -rn. r ai i f'apuin Qay, P. ii Snook, and Mr. Bed ??? n He' Iteceptl. TO-DAY'8 CELERRATli ?N. 1' detail* of the ?? li bratten lo morrow '? ? nol arra] ?- i until late to-night ' onel C. A. Naah, of tbe Fourth Vlr Hi glment, will be the i hlef mar "ii: I. In th. pi ? iv iii be tba Fifth i ni >?! Infai try, ?;> orgia Vol mi the Governor** Horae Guard, Oovernor O Ferrell and ataff, mount* ti; the Vir MUM nv in tltute < adels, follow? ing Immediately aftei tin Goveraor; iii, Fourtb Regiment, Virginia Volunteer*; thi Orlaiea Buttery, of Portamouth; any other vlaltlng military thal may wish io parade; the \ir?;n,,.i Bo>ctety, and their Int >'-"i guest* In carri ? i irade wiii move at I P, M. The -?? ? ti the gi >undi will h. af tel thc ordei eli. riv printed In ihe Dla) am. r ,t i.t ii m ol the troops Colonel William a Hemphlll and Mayor Klug v ' make abort .-? ? l<ir..?-. -. turning the ri' und* and tn.' city ovi i lo Governor O'Ferrall, and the latter vv;i make a short address in response. Governor At? kinson ne .-. also make a fe* rema ri If i" ls vv.-ii , n iugh to appi F "ei th Regiment, < ..| lain <'. A. Nash, willi the naval poul band, aboui I ro redyesterda i . sped tl train, nnd wei.lia j wel? comed by the (late < itv Guard. Tbi ' " >l Portsmouth, arrived this evening, i iii: rr.outr vi i vi, i it \i%. MR, SMITH WAS FINED The Penally ol $10 Imposed Upon Him for Assaulting Mr. Boykin, Till'. I.VITF.H \. .?* 1)1*1 IIMtl.lt). I ??-11 mo ?> >- or On* Ullin ??,-., to llu DlnScnlll *?. Iiii-li Orcurrril In tIli? lli*).nt. li Illillinna on **iitnriln> M-ilil? Tin* Deridion of Hie Court. If 'I I ? i;i\< Stlgstlon in tbe > ases of MSflsrs ii if. Smith, Jr., Commonwealth's*At* torney, and Clarance T, Boykln, one of rei "tiers of the Dispatch, who were ! With Rghtlng In til" OthCS of this paper, look place In tba Follce Court yesterday morning. Ons of the : m ls will, h ever sssembled in the white chamber was la sttandnnee, aid tic- prac.lings wen Intensely ln* terestlng throughout, Several wll a ? . amii ed, an i the case was rab* mltted without argumeni Justice Crutch* 1 inion wsi 11 mptljr and < (early rendered. He fin*-i Mr. Smith Ul far atrlklng M,r. Foykin with a flick, bul illsnibnsril the charge of felonious ssssnlt which bad bean longed against the Casa* t: inwenlth's-Attorne*. slr. BoykJn ams dlachai ged. irs, c. v. Meredith and J. Ran Tucker were on hand aa counsel for Mi Smith, while Mr. Boykln s i n pn - ntl I by B B P Patteson. HEARING THK TRSTIMONY. i'Hie, I- WilUnson, wno mnde the ar re ts waa thc rust witness put on the ?tend. He atsted that be knew nothing of the affair. He received Information that a lighl had ot ron I In tbe D patch office between two gentlemen, nmi ore out th- a irrnnta for tiu-m. Mt i: ?' Boudnr. who I* a book-keepei .-,1 the l -lspatch om< ?-. wbj then put on the land and examined, "lt was aboul a Saturday night," sal I I . "and l ws* at work it the "thc . when Mr. Kmiin came In. Mr. Boykln was el .illili.; iii the front office talking to ... . ,i: i me ?-?? i tlem in came In io be waited on, and I wi nt to the < tunter, I heard Mr, Smith wy. ','. -kin. you wanl i" ace me, ir you want I *.,... h. te i .mu I e ime dos ti ? you,' or won to thal i ff- ct. B >j kin ?Well, I don't an to ?-? you, l don't care to ha >?? an) Hiing t" do with you.' Pn ? ntl) I heard a acuffl ? ? -way, I hesi I oms i rn a ?*., u contemptible pupj jr!" Ii , ihi n . and Mr. Smith li id hi* arni around Boykin'a head, ind ' >s id hold ol Bmlth'a Iii k. I .vent theri and caught h >ld "i Mr. Smith'* han I and it of B i ? hali There ? used while tl ? ?;? -. ?. ? ,i irated." Here Mi Bo idar wa ? xamlned bj Mr Patti on. cou Mr. Boyk n. "Mr. Smith ' ame In . Ith a ws \\ ii si/..- atlck wa* ' ? I ;? ,m ? .ii. w um -?--. Wi ll, li was not a Wa i Mt Willi im tl ? i i ? . him until tl Acuity i : whet I wa pull hand o it f ie ? kin'a hair. Then I -:iv: him ' rm up. Did I ' iny part In lt? |.,:,:v. i;.V'K HIS HAND. Mr. Boud ir: He ' i. threatening to liit him. I don't think Mr. Vc ? ded to hit him al all, but hi ic a back his arm as though he wi uld d ' il ? : How li ag did thi fight ' v. a- ? . ibout live minuit . p ? I; Did Mr. Snii'li i SUS in hy . witness-. Ves sir; Tie v-vn by hims-if. Counsel: Are > i sure Mr. Smith had the ordinary ? Win,, is: I thli - now th stick you v. ? ,' i ? I ? - know that 1 would. Counsel: Wi win;. -I don't knos extu Hy. i Mr, !?? i ?? ihos n thi *ti<'.. Ma I by Mr, c .in -. i. \. . ? ? .. ' VI ,:i.-. -: Well, ? would not like lo u i ? . ? i lying the .-!.-.> i ? ? tt ten t I s lulel lem .. !? i m yo i knos bid thini So, ??-???: i , he ir*sy. Mr. C. v. Mi r< lith, i ounK< I foi M Bmitl rltne**. Foin I ui ? * that you c - - ? I any 'r Ihe 11 ilth? -,. | | rei ollect. :-. i t ike i?<i or ti.r< ? ni- ii ? : Well, William* wi bin elf SORRY HF FSI D K 81 ICK, Coun* I: ls it i h< I.Mr. Sn iln - .:.l "l i. . : i ha . -.. ? with this lan i '.'" Witnesa: Well, I heard I v. ? .1,1-1 nol ti nek him *.... h a ..ti. k if he could ' ave u ?? I hi* I fl hand. '' ? I: Can you ri I ? -> lan l l\ itnesa: I woul l ni i un len.ii;. ? 1 ssl: Did you he ir the language i.. i ovi r the 'ph i -? by Mr, Boj Witness: No, i do not know anything aboul thal at nil. Coun*' I: All thal you ri eollt 11 bi ating was Mr. Boykln saying In the beginning ol the dlfllc ilty, "1 don'l -.cnn | you or have anything to da wltb you?" C insel: What door did air. Smith ci me I t bj ? Witness: The front door, Whi re v. e: ? Witl ces: . uer Counsel: Where waa Mr, Bo) ? Witnesa: He was behind I C >uriaei: w it Mr. Smith') m mm r tenlng when he cuni* in? Witt). - Well, I don't know. He I mther bluff wny aboui bim anyway, The fae I a as brought out by aqu ti im Justice ?'iutchfli 11 that Mr. Bo) kin had nu used any Insulting lan ige to Mr. Smith up t the time the lat tel : him a "contemptible puppy." MU snows TESTIMONY. Mr. C. H. Snow waa next pat on tbe eland, an.l testified aa to thi languan em I by Mr. Boyhifl in talking over the 'phone lo Mr. Smith in Chelfs drugstore on Third nnd Main streets He said that he beerd tbe whole conversation ! ..vcr the 'phone. He beard Mr. I;..-.Kin ' say. "1 don't Ilk- your ton-, j ashed thees questions in ? civil wa) and i ex* i.i< iel civil answers, and these l -iii nol get, in thc tuturi- I will aol expect it." Then Mr. Foykin atarted ta say some? thing elsa, and stopp..i. Baying "l won't say what. I have Hut to say through th* ?ph.on*, but i win watt until i ase you." There was a goad deni "f questioning on the part "i Mi Meredith to t.iinK out ni t wa i: wi ails Mr. Boykta was ai. ? it t.. utter, icu th" witness said tins hs wai linallie to tell. Ile coull Bot Of conrss, ka said, know Mr. Boykln's In* tent!ons as rn that. Mr. Snow said later ,n the examination thal he hear! Mc. Foykin sn}. "' Ot o'- oatt s 'i Tin: 'PHONIC CONA'KRSATION, Mr. t. w. cii'-if, tin- proprietor of ths ili-ugstore "ii Third and M.un atreets, then look tbs nitness chair. Ml know nothing la regard te lbs fight." sahl lu-. "I only know about tba cont I Button ta*<in.s plsc< avei Ih- 'phone About th.* l!r*t I beard BTSS Mr Foykin asking ni regari tn boom Brsdley affair, l wu* hi-htn.t the psanraipMan counter, an.I ili.l ii'-t ..Hrh ail ihe conversation. Th.* next 1 asst*, was, "I don't like your tone.' " Mr. Fhelf sall hs Ul not remember thc exact wotUa used bjf Mr. Uoykla, but he j J Hald som'thlng about Baking in a sea i th m.inly v.iv foe information, and that : ha .ni aol iel it, aM in the future be | vvoiil 1 not ask and didn't cari a d?-n. Justice CrutehSeM bera aahed th?* wit? ness if thai ama all t1'. convei The wRneea replied; "Latei on t ?What I think ot >?????' Then be stopped, .nil iii, 'Na i am speaking ever the 'phone, ead cannot t<-n you what l think oi ytiti. bi i alli t"ii you in i" noa.'" Mr. I'hfif sail that tba worst language ;..- beard Mr. Uo>klii nae wa--, "1 don't cara a ?!?a." MR. .SMITH AT THE 'PHONE Mr. H. A- WflMams, a nephew el Mr, Smith, was n-vxt pul ..ii the stand. Hs stated wh.u b" knew <>f the caae aa fol? low.-: I am IIvIiik with Mr. Smith, and ?-,.- bad Just Bal_hed -supper. We were sated around the tabi". ny wife, myaelf, and Mi'- -Barfth's family, talk ag The 'phone rang, -"i'1 -Mr Smithmnawerod t' I didn't pay any i" lal attention, though I caught th'- converaatloa from the start, I heard Mr. Smith say; 'I eannol tell yon itiat.' <?f course, i did i->t know whit i,. u.i talking about Anti thea a i vv momenta latsi I h?-at'i him s:.;.-. My Ood Almighty, Boykla, I .ant remember the detail* ol '"' or *w Indlctmenta.' And Int a ,i f. w mon* nta later I beard him n ?Let me tell yon seaaetblna, i;? -j km. This 'phone la i'm hara for my pi -tonal c >n vt me a-", and not for yours. If you will come up bera and see me I will t? ii you all l ekBOaf ghoul this cote, or it IU v. -ii I will write lt down for von.' And thin be hunp the 'phot;.- up. aad I join.-.i him in 'be parlor, and be remarked it, m. tbat that nan n.ii Insulted lum, and s.n.I h.- would look him up He said; l don't care m ba ve anybody h tating ms up, I think 1 will ?<> to s. ? him' ll ;.t,kc"i me If be ought not te ko te -sea Charlie Cowardbi iir.-t. and ire went down there. H" thought Mr. Cowardln would ,i,, the | ropei thing, an i thi m itti r would n?? i there. We ?tart.d ap lo i ,,... l i 'owar lin I bom* . and " hun ac -ompanylng ia.ii.-s 'Sown the street, i... walked at ? roapectful distance, anei ;,.- i? aenl Into u house we took the let. nv of si .pi'itig bim. telling him abo i tie.- occurrence, V.'.ni.D INVESTIGATE THE MATTER. "Mi. Cowardln remarked tn.n to* v.-_s ... ?-, | ites ih-a, and could not well leave, and to-morrow morning hi wa going out ,if town, and would nu, i? back for ihree or four .i.n-s, bat on hla return he would take tbe matter ap, with pleasure. W< l.-tt lum. a;, i then Mr. Smith remark-ed to me: ' l am < unfldent Mr. Coi * in jo * hai h thinks propi r In the mat ;. ,, bul i ?: ;>'' alton ? man to be h k ?,iii.I the stn et for me three < r ,- i .vi I think ile- bi t v ?. I., dei i . tO )' ' mj : 'I, '" ''? 'c I lill " ll-- '- ? in, if i aa .li ?'?? with him, whl it I di I. i c.u li io hi i' patt i office a Ith i;.. w nt ali ?? . I beard lum * iy win n '.?? vv ni to the di ih Mr, H , i,.,,-,! s.ei; c. rou wanted t.e -....? me i -nii bert i" '' you.' i 'lid not hi -. further convei itlon afti r that. I ivv Mi. Boykln leave iii di -k md i,i und i" the llttl ? g l< wa). lead I iib from i . th. ? iii ? i v th DI, i ., ?. Mr. Bmlth ra ? his stick Mr. Boykln ov< r ihe I Justice Cruti hfleld hi re aski I tl what Mr. Boykln waa doing at thal ? e., THE GE> 1 '? !ME - SEPARATED. replied that I could nol ?el . "Vt ? v. , ii. . milnut-d ii"- wai. i , , iii .. lal ? lr, 8uiith in i 1 ' " - i I while 1 i:-c d semi . : a i Mi. : 1 dre** back n y thal l did rn there with the Inti n Hy al all. ?' M i. i . ?: ; I ' ? | ' ? . I . t bi ,, .isTiR that languagi.' I '..i 1 did I ?i excll ni' nt. ' CRi ??->' KXAMIN \'i'!"N. Mr. Patl ..:??, Smith i-ii Ml Cow ir ?I -vv li to thi i Mt ?' Witni did ? : not to go to lie 1>. i 'I ?\ it;.. ... I ? di I .i w hen ' ? I" .'I- .: ' I ? continent ? that t. ' t , - t i " ' yr. Mer llth then . "When Mi .:.i you rei t hi lld to I :. . he make in, lollcltatlon th.it Mc Cowardln would ? Wini' Wi ? ' :. e (,.. ' c, h,- wish i to a gentlei He stated th.- <-i-.- i ind -Mt. Cowardln mid lt t arong in Mr. 1; '.'.km i ? of thi '.nil. and h. would mab Did 1 >y hi vv.i-; |. av lng ?,".?, ? ? \. itu. -??: I mi"- t.. say i." w.e ii.) .- ti ling. . '..iiii- ? I: Th. 'i lt was I i Mr. Smith raid tn- would go down i . :- bim himself. Mr. \\ "' ima, In i ply to . ? said thal h.- di i n -t ht -iii aaa . ? ? .i ? ' ' : .my expressions in the I ? Aft! i li' got In th. rc, di I you h.-ar Mr. Smith use any . fl I ? it all? Vi .c.- ? t all. Counsel: iud it require any great force i ? : Mm? Witnei I co ii U"t * ty. i dbl nol h ive hold . : him, c insel: i'd you hear him say anything ... :: v. Uh ., -c i, ? Witness: l did. ll- sic. ' i wt nil not h.iv.- stc.e.k J.ji-> ii I bad tv. , han.lt-, hut .,:-, bun I li db .id' d." rut. sou hers croea, examined Uie Counael: Dil Mr. Cowardln ask Mr. Smith to put in- complaint in writing? Wini' ci did HOI. Counael: He offered io Investigate lt? Witness, on bia return t.> th' city. .1. lu the scuffle thal v -. ?.-.,? - did Mr. "-m.th aae both toads or nu'.'.' \\ lt ness: I do oot think he did. Cooneel: Whieh band did hf bold in ki:. - hair? Witness: J did not know that he had any hand in bbl h. ir. When I I ;;;, i. be had bbl ri^ht arm around his nick. Counael: l'i' Hr. Smith have hold >.f mi.- .nd of th. stick'.' Wltneea: i think he OM. I do not think ho evi r releaaed lt. Counael: Which hand did ha *.v.' it In? Wltneea: H's right band, i think. Couiis, I; Whick arm 'lld Ik- haye araind his neck? Wltneea: His iitrht arm, slr. Counsel: what did ba bay.' la bli right han 1. Witness- I think be had OOtblBg at all. Mr. Meredith thin ggala questtoaed tue W etti. SS. Counsel: -Did you catch bold of Mr Boy? kln until Mr. Umidar caught hoi.I nf Mr. Smith? Witness: I think not. CUuasal: Do you know Mr. Smith has a ,i..'i band? Witness: v.-. sir. Counsel: BOW long han lie had lt? Wttaass: i think te.: i r nv i dai - Counsel: w?s be iswarlaa his hand in it slim; until Thursday or Frilay? Witness: Uh did for awhile. I do mt know how long. Mr PatteSOU bsia asked tho witness If Mr smith ha i iti-? iMwd to a .nih 11 " CONCLUDED ON SIXTH PAGE.) VENEZDELAQDARREL Probability Tbat Great Britain Will Take Drastic Measures. Illl'OIITtMi: OF THF. .FI'VIK. **|innl?h- \ nu-rhum Itepii Mic* l.clie SWjSl Holli Illili lt li Mer.:*, lui-l ilentul lo lt <? pen tri! \ lolnl luna ot Hie Mourin* I'oclrln,. WASHINGTON, D. C., October 21.? lt ls doubled if Great Britnln's ultlnan tum has yt reached Venesueh*. TheStsts Dtrpartmsnt. it is believed, will b? 11..1 la aware of Its content- BS -mun as it shall be pissed in President Crespo's bands ai noun to-d.iv tba depnrtraent had bi nd nothing with reference tu tbe mat? te-, either through the .\ii" tic.in charge d'affaires at Caracas, or Mr. Andr' v. ??, it,.- \ ? n- ruti.-i.ri rspresentntlve ic ? Th>* importance ol the present affair bb much exceeds in gravity un> of tba previous contentions between the two Countries that ll is let doubted that v'enesuela, following lui- usual custom, v. iii ai once pince i op" s of ail communi* the Ui ).. fore s erstary Olney, The probsblllty thnt Great Britain viii take drastic roessurea i" enforce her demanda mil..- ths affair "ti-- af abs lib? ing inter, t in dlplomute, aad public of dnlfl a* wi ii. Thc ultimatum has been thi ubjeel of extended discussion since Saturday last, mid ipecuistlon Increases rather than diminishes iu the ob* any definite knowledge ...s to its chane 1.1. lt i- com eedi I that Vi nesuela can neither apotogtet nor pay au indemnity, To do ? liner woul i be, it la claimed, a t.i.;; ad minston that the British func t iona ry and his associate* vt. I* i ? ?I English soil. That they were nol i.u Bngllsh roll ls evidenced by Fi.- fa et net the p.-int or their arrest was fully Bfty miles wes! "i th.- .' homburgk lim , which m.uk- '!:?? boundary of Greet Britain's aestern pi' ti i VENBZl'RL.A'8 POSITION. ii..- Venesuelsn Oovernm nt avers that aln .dy mad.- every rep ira lion si -.di iw 'i- man la. Ber gi an' Behi - aa relmbui ted foi '!.?? i m.p. its alleged io have been l"-'. while <:>n. tai Bifontes, who commanded tee milltar) list rici .:; a hich tl i am I oe* em !. a.1 tx promptly relli v.-1 ..: : i.i another Stati ?? ii ke for his un i.- zeal ic pei mit ting the art'- it ??? bc -iii li Thi ii- -i e, the cc- rnmenl feel that any .' ? of ths < ', I 'C.ul 1 ??? ? .'1 ill ? i world, i.o mat BttltU I'' I' ? ? :,- ,, ll thal her Majesl; Government ?'. lld ' which h.- .lab rated th. interpretation pur by . tntry on the Moi ?. lind '.. ? i received - the British I h.. far i i Vi n cu- la I* i om ? rn d, the in i- n ed ? te been set ih d !>.'. th. relea.f tbe British i ' h i -ir- prominence given to ''??? matter n .iel. rsl.I. .<?- i;- motivi la ins. ? The diplomatic repri | Cen ' - i .-'"ith A"- p..evin-,- this .- i'll a degret nf In.it i thai which v lld ac u*h to a i mi if complicatli .i -.- ? i Fn-ir own I .. ec." K i.. i| . .in I'" .\ --r However mut h the Lntin-Ami m. . ma) wi a -i .?!? among th. m ard deep-ac t d the ? .-.lin. i . iii;. s that i v.-l i . l::. ,-n th li). .1 is ? '''? l" ?- Ucl. s... iar i- thi i utalde Wi rid i- con i iii y .ne ,i nc;' .... h. net i ? ? ..i ih* lr ii-imi.- i- are jeopardisi i. COMMON ''A' i ? ? ? ? ? p, tl '.-.?. ia quar - I h r.l. i li. i' Britain pai lakes of a H| Tl ? i affair ia a tn i ? ni ? i. ?! with c. ? ?. of which Great Brita Ity iu Vene . ? i tury, and i . a during ti,, li- ! ii ? ..;? more. . :.. it is a .'i the tesl ' .' the rmi- i Bl itea with i lo the ; ng the I 'ru ? .. . ; i ? to foi ? . Nil- ? ? ry Olm y >>r any Si to the .. || pui tue with ref* renci t ? I In il Bi tain's ultim i t un i from ? nt indications lo any 1 Ilk- i it ,. not Uki Great ol \ em i : i portt would en ? fi : mer courrtry io coll ? n ' ? iring the oe ? ? mo by ihe British ls I i vi la wei ? in- m ? ntl i lng tbi poi t, and nona appi ired there, not even thi sb amer* <>f the Pacific Mail Line, which regularly touch at C to on their periodical ti i Pana* i San Fi i V loul . ibhorn and matty, wh i. \. nues n net di I ml .lu i ?? a-alaed by the Imposition "t Internal taxes in ii u of ct omi il '?? s. it ls stab d to it the lal pi ipi* would willingly be ir these c. tx bm li ns In order to ra ' their i ' -ii dignity and self-respei t, i iii: nit).i.ooo* nt wu:. Cnllnn.sc or Bull Hwsrsnannf in (ot? ton lin- Till*. NEW VORK, Oi lober a.?The collsi ? of the bull movemi tit in tbe cotton mar ket has bi i tic- na isl prominent topic in the dry i ? irani to-day, and mi in while buyers and Bellera appeal ta be doing little u> push ssw business forward In staple goods. On tbs part ->f ncr oplalons were frei . . t\ ? Ra Iillal the break in cotton may not be reflected In lower pirti ?-? for cotton goods ll; fffscts may shortly bs seen in s relaxation if reserve on the pan -.f Bellen wltb regard to future engagements and the enalsr prosecution "t purchaaea for splint? on about the exNtlnx level. Belli ra have given io practical evidence of thia as yet, and ob their part lt ls ursa I thnt scunty suppl , < pied erith i tha fact thai cotton bat settli \ dows t.> i something like permsntney on .. some \ whet lower basia than teemed likely a ? -?? ? ottoi ??" ds would still i,. compared erith coat ol produc? tion, and a higher rani*.* of value- was well aiihi" I? - ' ada ol probability. business has been on a rnode ? i la ali dei artments THK EPISCOPAL ? '?**. l-'NTiov Villon I'nt urn li 11* lo Missionary Dioreas* In North (moilun. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.. October B. To-Jay';t ssaatoa of lbs Egan mm! i bi ; Hon was ibSIBFUirlBSd by the slim at t adancs of delegates th-* majority of ; wheal left thc city S.-i'.urday ami Bananas*, Fr. Horgan Fix. af New Yolk, Bras ap* i pointed ehalrasaa of the Comaiittee on 1 Amendments to thc Constitution and lannis, wh: h will repot*; at the next ultu, tulon. The Btvbaff of Alabama resigned from the OOSSBSltlsa on christian Catty, The gasetaBB concrrnlnK San Uah OldSTB was postponed ii'illl lfctM, ant th Joint Committal aa the Frovinclal Sys '.i mi was bm Untied. To-morrow itu- bishop.-' pastoral will b-.- read. It ls 'ihe bishop*.' address lo the Church i ad the world, and will dtstln Kuish the CtSSSBp hours of th. cinv- itiOfl of UBI, Or. Richards, from tho I'.immit New Dtooessa ott. r.'.i m resolution con? curring with ihe il msa of Blahepe mid favorable to tha ersettoa <>f u new mis? sion ny diocese in North Carolina. After an hour's discussion tlc- !?-' Int ion consenting !?> th' greetl a of tho md ;i> i iry dkx.in North Carolina va is adopted*by th.. f..ii win- v il t:. al A;.. -. -?! ; I. iv- 1. dlvl led. I. i. iv Vote -Ayes, M; naya Sj ? vtded, .? i?r. Hoffagaa. Iron the Commute* on Conference In relation to artlctea I, 2, and :i of ths .istfuii.'in. report-sd the no nts adopting subetanttelly tho as agreed upon by tbi bowe, wKk a f. w verbal ami Inuaaterial changes, ami moved th" adoption of tb.' report The report concurring with thc House of Bishops was i !- pl I. Th.- bousfl then proem i"i ta tb" erdec of th.- day, whick was acting upon th*? i-i ii ol' tn.- Commttte* on Memorials of Deceased Merni Aft"- ",er miscellaneous bush ii - ti i; -:i-bi k a races TO MIHI HON ll.DCItS. Lettes from i Illusua ite?|uenilnK Thc ni lo lime On. RALEIGH, X. C., i?. tolxr 21. -Four Mormon elders?Rober! W. Kins, Byron Carter, V. E. Smith, and Bira <'. Robin? son-brought to Governor Curr to-day the following letter, sikh, i ly dilga mb, whi.ii they had received at Nev mn, ti. - country, where they were endeavor tabilk ind make |,r-.> -Iv ll i: "To the Mormon Elden: We, i of Hew Hill and vicinity, acting upon our knowledge of and information a* to your t'U*i.uk principles, regard you as a nuisance t.? the -Sbmrnunlty, mid therefore we ask you ta retire from this community bs quickly as v.m can, and thal at om ? lt h signed i>y twenty-seven respectable people >>t tbat section, among th.-m m. ii Bynum, paetor of the Christian .church, and K"V. J. R. .loni,-lt. ttevernor Carr baa turned th.- lotter over to a Judge of the Supreme Court, 1,,c. Bitting here. \ llti.lNi \N<* PMRIEXT \t tin- Woiiinn's t hriatSau Tempera uno,- I iiion I iinirniiun, BALTIMORE, MD., '? ti b :!:?? Woman' 1 < "?>? istlan T -. ? Union i -".V' ntlon i. iii . h< re is i. 'ii:-, iib n i"-i b i nun ? ? I NOI ilk, Newport Rk-nmond, Staunton, .nil Winchester. The offli ers . t t; .- Stat" union i are: Mrs. R. H. Jones, of Norfolk M Mellie- I'. I'm. stol, Hiv M-i'. Mra .) M . ? ,-, Rivet ton Mm W ?'. I'ayne, Charlo) - - Mrs. M. W. Newton, on, -i." i Mrs. .1. Tj !? r Job in, md. "I '..- - . 'tt l|| le .-;. lill ? ? I :?.-; .en Wedn -'itv nigh! I) i. ct per ince - ?', . i . thi me B ick i" Old Virginia Di itu WT TRI \l. RES! MCI). Attorney Osprey '-.tn iii?t 'harte* i.oniiiHir-. Mouwf che, SAN FRANCI8CO, CAL., October St? ; The Durrant trial wm resumed to-day, i Attorney i' iprey, of coun "I for tho de , rom.-, waa not i-i' -' iel. li. i- .-tm i". ancl lt ls believed thal I ?? wu! not he rtlclpate further in th" pm , - : c !.- nlhan v.. rei ailed. He stati i fi i tc w ??.'.- a li tter t" Duprey about ..''ii.iii; -ti Pawnbroker pppenheun'a si in on V|ecii l ih i c pawn a ring. About two w . 1.- ago Dui :? ? ii I a iki I lum to accommodal ? l'i". i - bis mous tache grow. H. wore none winn h.. I < " ? :.'i"'l.i'.-. Supreme Court Cases ISama-red), WASHING I - IN. D. C.. oil . "hli !'? ? -. in ti... u.iit-. i States Bupn ir. < 'ourt, I I ad? lai le. , .U I-." hearlng .>f numerous ca es, among them f tho 1 ? * Nashville Dy vs. State of Kentucky, i ? omi my to le ? ?, ? ? u th wes tern -: iy in te' til" ll.' I.'. Il ren, Comn i the ta? mo is . pn -? i 'lng I'. whether or not a pensloi v > ? i i Ight -?? tl ci it cannot be dim ? i i sion*, ? ; the third Monday in January; t ie '!'. . " ? ? ? . 1- my ia j eas . thlrtei n In umber, to bi U-" Drat Mot ' i ry. Ti?r u. c. t. I. Convent lon, BALTIMORE, MD., '? i a.?The moi nsii_; .-? aston of l ht I hird ..'"t king V om in's < 'hi.. Han T uni I'nl n < "nv ni...: v..11 devote ' to i: - i. n.e.':s from i itlonal superintendents on methods of promotion, and to a me* nducted hy Mrs. Clara i'. Hoffman of i Twelve Pianos , i laal v. .!;. of Ihe < . - i(ro? te them the host in ! ?: :c il ii.i ? . nut- salsa .-how I'.- |.topic's apprecia? tion oi' our M mos. CHASE .HUI'S. PIANO CO., I ?". > gal ." lain -i r 11. Bawl *orn! ni: ROE i'. BULL, -Second Marta1. Special Sleeper to Atlnutn Vl? Sea? board Air-t.iue v mmencing October lat tha s-aboard Air-Line will put ou a through sleeper ., | tnt :?' to itlanta, ... ;. moue "Atlanta Bpe< I il." Thia will h- opened ai it.-- Union Depot ut S I o'clock at nlgbl di un hiving at 12 .-_>, thu enabling partlea going to th.- sapo? Sltion t-i ^i i S ? d Dlgbt'a rest, anl ar? rive In Atlanta a'. IM I'. M. thc follow in>? div. u, this arrangement tisssengera to the sxi "Siti >u cte. leave Rlchmoml via iha i /Ur-Llne aad ?-?" ihr r.^h to At? lanta without change of cara and is the only line oftertiiK 3-":h exceptional ad? vil nt lg p,r further Informatton apply t<> ii m. ': ij kin. passenger ajjent. No. KIC east Main street. _ North t itroliiilt Mill^ \i<ricultiirii| Cu lr. RALEIGH, N. C. The South ira rallwa) aril si.; to Ka'., u-h, N. V., and return account th" alee .I- ... t aston on Octoai ri and j::t'. good until October -"v.ii for UM. For lime-tabb i anl other lal u n i ,!i .a SM east Ma ii Btreet .1 C. MOUTON, ruy Paassager Agant cm tuivs Fatc* KXePoiiTtoa. "Special Hates"?"Mlantu Special"? tu Iii* si?b...nl Air-Line. Only lme running solid tra Richmond sad Atlanta. Pullman buffet . aad vestibuled dav coaches. No extra fare on vciitibuie trains. On Tues* dav.s a:vt Thursdays of each week faro from Klchmon.l to Ai.ant* end return, only -tl-.lv>. good for len daya from dato Of efiale. DOUBUB DAILY SK K VICK: Leave Rlehawad tM A M. ai.tt UM A. M-. ni riving An,u:t t next day al -20 A. -M. aad nw P. m. IU member, commencing O'tobor 1st, ths , Atlanti bleeper will be oi>en at l'n:.n ; Depot at ? P. M. This sleeper is placed In service especially for th.- benefit of the Richmond travelling public. For other rates and Information apply to H If. liovKIN Passenger A^-nf. Ll J ... tx casi Man street A NAVAL SENSATION. Rear-Admiral Kirkland Detached from Doty acd Ordere, Home. mitiiFit i xor i'll. \si:i? wini nm i oiiiplnint* of Illa I nii.lm-i from N ti? ri, mi* Source*?III* i innirii mlMtliiM ol Pre.ldcnl I nu re un Ihe I,niter'* Olsattssi alla Sto*n*rO< VVASUINQTON, F. c , Di tiber 21 ? a Benasttoa ks asval circle* waa onused to-day by ihe announcement that Uesr Alnilial William A. Kirkland. comai.i..d iin,* the Kui i ia flnvnl itlon of tha ITnltod .St.u.s, had Baan detached from duty .ni ordered home, it is expecte I that Admiral K tklan 1 will apply at once placed on tbs t<-tn-d list. Obsjbbbs* due rhOSBBS 0, Selfridge, Jr., will auc casd bim sa sg tunta r af the Fur ipena station. r pans tim- past lt kan bean rsanasal lliit ts- I tn;. ll.ib.it was not please,! with the conduct of Admiral Kltkland. 1 ,'is:, una was Fusst rnnssd bf the action of tha Admiral la Bsnahhag a i?*tt. r of congratulation on Ms election to Prest* dent enure, af Prancs, Secretary Hen, sroog. holding that thei ollie I ; i of tho Admiral. rsfSSSeSttag the dignity of ths United States navy In European waters, precluded him from flanging ativ comment whatever with rerereri .- to politics, snd ? i letter of reprimand. Admiral Kirk'ai 4 a IB not slow to re? spond, ami he did .*?> by appealing- lo ths r it ti overrule Beere ta ry Hsrbert'a atrtcturss on Bas condnel if- i habana] In his own defence tbat bs had known iv - ident inara personally, and had muieh' congrstulsted bim In a aeraonul capacity, and ii"' as an office of the Tuite.t flWntea navy, lt I- Hst known what action thu President took in the matter, hut th-* detachment or tbs Adrafral Indicates th-it Becratary was snatalned by Mr, Cli v.-l.-uid. Idmlrnl Klrktond n<*xt came into public, notice through a aewapaper loten ? . whlcb he mole eomewhat bnmltltag c?.n iii'n's on tbs cbnrsctsi Bf americsA'aato* cinai I-* iii Syn,!, .vhltrur ho had l?**r? ? them protection during the Arnie iniii troubies, This was brought to tim notice of the Navy Department hv a pro? test trom religious organisations iii Ho*. ton, Macs. ntOM A CHAPLAIN. Shortly following this second cause of d MatlafactlOB cann- a eamglalnt from a chaplain In ths aavy that the admiral mitt I lam b< t'..re a s nobes sf oSs ring tht festivities SI ti..- opening : of the Kiel i mal, whare Admiral Kifk i ni i wa* in commnn I of the Called Btatea ? . date I by thi chap ala that, .: .1 ii | S Itb Admiral Kirkland ani ?' group ol "ti;, i offici rs on ths quarter* f ihi Hagshlp San Francisca, tho . Alii.ii il turned to him and 'lcd hon ! below in a bruaqus, if aol Insulting; Binn* ; ner, bea';.-:.- ile was aol ?ttired in full ii's-< uniform. The chaplain, in bia letter , to the Navy Department, Beads it pi.ua ; thal chaplains have only ona regnlntloa . uniform, walch lervei for ail aceaalena, bi ? h . therefore, believed himself very i badly used. lt ls said thni BVaasssry llei I bert sided with tba rhagtohj in he com* plaint, bul ti not known wskMbnr he took ofllclal acuoii upon lt. In addition to these repi ns bows*ruing , Admiral Kirkland, others reached ths ! Navy Department "f i more [uraoasl os* turo, mi. after m ? n. uk a r*< tty t: i a Inquiry into thi matter, and consulting President Cleveland, Secretary li'-ib?'rt . i ti., urd*r ot detAchsnens. Admiral Kirkland wll probably receive v\s by ?abi'* st algiers, far which place ti- ? Baa Francisca sslled from Oibraltsr, scosrsllng to adfespstch r. cu. i at the Ns. > Deps tm at, win1, the ie. .jil i . of rsums, unassn* tMiii,--i.t.ic. t Admiral Kirklea*!, there ii bo disposition at tba department t-i ix-liti's hla record ns i aalloi Hi I* li eke t on a? i m h. i ira and quick inception, uni aiv .ivs reedy to do 'ns dat y. He wet annotated to the asvy (mm North Cirollns In USS, and attained hia present rank M in ii lat, Isst Admiral Kirkland baa aol long to srvs active list, but lt is believed tbat appl) for retirement withs al ie* I ? . lld HIS! he BSfl espies.' .| ail . ...nu on tin- retired ii -t, if n Iii -.s 1 "i bia pres. nt duty. Frsf, llii"?li*n"* I'reni-lt ron rsi* ? IPKNS OCT" -F'.i: I I Registration beg a Oci ? .? . ll IMI, so. i... ? sst Franklin (tree) lu Itiili-luli. g. Cu, ami Itettirs. THF SOUTHERN FAIFW'AY ?rill sell tick bl tn Rnlstgk snd return. account tha Btats Agricultural Pnlr on i i, "il., r Cd, Sd, '-I -i'll al raf* Bf ,._., including admission to the grenada, For Inform to * Bsdali. ? ? . cell at City I wangal I ** MB ssal .1 da .-ii" t. ??? C. HORTON, ? ?it-. Pssnsnagst Agxiu. 'I h.- l-'rem-h lonraf*, fhn .;:ns BTSTEM. Thers .\ii' be three els sass al i- M., -,, and 1 P. If. PiSUSS l'o|>nlarily. (in- sales f"i last wash show thc im* popularity of th.- cslebratodl Chase Brothers' Pianos W's aoM twelvs of tli.-m Last week. Always try them. Bee our te.. CHASB Fi:<-H. PIANO <*').. *-"'. .-a N Main street. 00 m nu: BOAOOSBP \iit-i.i\i*. -IM-elal 'ten-lln> Ililli* lo Ihe r**|*??l? lion (.omi o*i Sn min.*. und Minda. Ths Governor ?.t Virginia having chain,.-I lbs dStS Sf Vii-;inia-l?ay at IbS Atlanta Exposition to tba ssl instant, tbs Beahosrd Air-i.ino nessras la au that tba low rate of IU.'.*) fol tao round trip, g*>Si for isa days, which .,. i-i .for.- has only be. n offend the pub? lic on Ti Lays -rd Thursday, will usn ply on Sunday and Monday, the 20th ami Hat Instant, th. i.-by enabling pSStsSB t? avail themuelveri of ths l"W rat* and bs In Atlanta on Vtol I Thc Sea. board Air-Urn* returns Itn passenger* t< Ktchmond ar a dec-nt hour, and doei not. when four miles from Itlrhmond, tnmpll th.-ni to transfer ta a day-coach .it i o'clock in the morning; and th.* Sea board also offers the travelling publK a throi.ss-h train to and flora Atlanta every Buy in um Brash, ame aol simply on Tu tads rs and Thursdays Fuiimar , flervntlons caa as sscarai amt b..ggag< checked through BB destination by call* lng on or addressing b ll. M. FOYKIN. Fasaeng-r Agent, ? awl Wain atreet. ?rat: soi inuit* haifu ir For the I mlon-Male* nail Interns* uoiiui ...i<ii?liion. vi.ima, tim. The Only Line Caterina the r'.yual* ui'U-i.ruuu.l.. Hound trip ticket* aili bo ?oid ttoa. I uicbinond aa follow*: Dally, until l'-cembr IJ, l?o, lnclu?lve with !? -ai limit Junuury 7, :?.*>. %AA. Haily, until December li. ISO. iiiclu??v* with tliul limit tweuty Ou; day* from tass , of "ale. 117.06. On Tue?tU>? and Thursday* of eacr ' wek. until December SI. Itt**. iiiclu?lvs with lin-tl limit ten Of) day* from date oi *ale. *?:-'?' Corrr?pondlngly low rate* from all oth?i i *ta*lon*. For additional Information alu : for ?|ecplr.g-car reservation* apply to tlch ? t asent- or at pa???i.g?r once. WO east I Mala street. J.C HOitTOX I City Pa?***iis .' Agent.