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Deputies de Roulede and Habard
Change Prisons, l'rocrraalst Republicans Vrgo ltr> (nrmi lu I'nrlliuentnry Cnstom? iiikI it Return to Traditions ?I i in in and Unmbollni (By Telegraph to Vlrglanlan-Pllot.) Paris, Fr-h. 25.?Deputies (le Roulode nnd Hubert were taken to-day from the prison de La Santo to the olllcea ot the League t>C Patriots, where further police searches were made In their presence. A great number of Thursday's rtot Prs were sentenced this afternoon to u tew days' imprisonment. JtKTl'RN TO TRADITIONS ADVO? CATED. Paris, Feb. 25.?M. Mellne, the former premier, presided to-day at a meeting bf the Progressist Republicans, refer? red to the gravity of the present sit? uation for Prance and the Republic, and urged reform in parliamentary cus? toms and a return to the traditions of U'hlers and Gumbctta. M. CONSTANS' CANDIDACY. London. Feb. -t>.?The Paris corres? pondent ot the observer says that M. Constnns, who was recently appointed French Ambassador to Turkey, has officially announced that he is a can? didate for the Presidency ot the Sen? ate, lie will arrive hero on Monday. His (bailies are considered good ,in spile of the violent opposition of the Radi? cals. SENATOR BURKE GUILTY. DISBARRED FROM PRACTICING LAW IN OHIO. (Hy Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Cleveland, O., Feb. 25.?State Senator Vcrnon H. Burke wan to-day found guilty in tho Circuit Court of the first HPecill'-a tl.'ii in tho charges brought Dgainst him, namely, unprofessional condui t Involving moral turpitude. Mr. Burke was jointly accused with Judge Dellcnbaugii, who was also found guiliy a short time ago. liiirke was charged In the iirst speci? fication with being engaged by Judge Dcllcnbaugh as attorney In the Man? ning alienation case, and as such attor? ney with extorting (10,000 from ".lane Doo" in settlement of the ease. Until a your or two ago Dellcnbnugh nnd Burke wer., the (dosest personal friends. Wien Hon. M. A- Hnnnn beg.in his campaign for tin* United Stales S< oat ? Judge Dcllcnhaugh be ciimc one of his iimsi active supporters. Burke, <oi ihe oiler hand, as ti moill bcr of the Ohio Senate, was the leader in the State Legislature of the nntl Mannu movement. This resulted In n bitter rpiarrel between Dellcnbnugh ami Burke. Eventually sensational rumors were circulated concerning Judge DcllcnbnUKh. Burke oponely asserted that he knew enough to drive Dellcnbaugii from the bench; that he had divided fees with him in a case which had boon tried before Dcllen bntigli us judge. Dcllcnhaugh denied these; rumors In open court and usked that the Clove land Bar Association investigate them. 'Phis rna done with the result that both Dellcnbnugh and Burke wire brought before the Circuit Court In disbarment proceedings. TWO BOYS KILLED. FATAL RESULTS OF A DISOBEDI? ENCE ?IF RULES. (Hy Telegraph to VIrglnlan-Pllot.) New York. Feb. 25.?Two boys wore killed, another mortally Injured, and several others more or less seriously Injured by an explosion to-day In one of the mixing rootns in a. building of the Nordlingcr-Chnrlton Fireworks Company, at Granitovlllc, S. i. The boys were employed In charging cannon crackers, nnd sky rockets. The explosion shook the houses and build? ings within a radius of half a mile from the factory. Charles Bid well, the superintend, in of the factory, said Ihiil The Imtldliic had In it quantities of sulphur, salt petre and potassium chlorate. Tins, were in packages of from 10 to 25 pounds eac h. Ho said that the boys dis? obeyed the strictest of the rules when they went Into tin; mixing room to help themselves during the absence of the man in charge Of the building. Ho ex? plained that they were all on piece work arid thought probably that they could save time by helping themselves In Mansfield's absence, and that the ex? plosion was more due to Ignorance as to the properties of the various chem? icals, than to carelessness. The property loss to tho company Is trilling-, as the building was small and of inexpensive construction. Cruelty on the IIIkIi Sen*. (rty Telegraph to Virglnlan-Pilot) Run Francisco, Cnl., Feb. 25.?The pallors of the American ship Ersklnc M. Phclps, which arrived here two days ago from Baltimore, have filed charges of Inhuman conduct against Captain Graham and First and Second O nicer a Bailey and Move. The men t Id a pitiful Rtory of starvation nnd cruelty and show marks of beatings. Charges were tiled with the United States Attorney nnd he will make n thorough investigation of the case. Iln.v Hilde Circuit Judge. fP.y Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington. l>. C., February 2."..?The President to-day appointed cx-Secre tnry of Slate William R. Day. of Ohio, to be United States circuit Judge for the Sixth Judicial circuit. Senatorial l>ritd Ineli? I'iiliroli on, (By Teiftgraph to Vlrgianian-Pllot.) Washington, D. C, February 25.?The Senatorial deadlocks, existing In sev? eral States, remain unbroken. To? day's balloting showed no important chnPges over that of yesterday. Cotton Kates Iteatnreil. (By Telegraph to Vlrcln'an-Pllot.) Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 25.?Traffic men of several Southern roads have restored cotton rates to the Seaboard to 43 cents from Atlanta and Athens to Charles? ton, Savannah, Brunswick, and 4;t cents from Athens and Atlanta to Ports? mouth. mm DRAWING 10II CLOSE (Continued from Eighth Page.) Mr. Tillman asked ir the Philippine rebellion could not be put down by vol? unteers, and Mr. Gorman said he saw RO reason why it should not be. But this was not the desire. The wish was to have more shoulder straps and m ire men to wear them. Mr. Gorman declared that under th v present head of the army a proper or? ganisation of the service could bo ef? fected. Mr. Tillman Interrupting Mr. Gor? man: ?'Then there is nothing in the bill to prevent a recurrence of the em? balmed beef scandal?" Mr. Gorman passed off the question lightly, saying he knew little about it. Mr. Tillman: "None of us know any? thing- about it yet. perhaps; but there la so much of It In? the air we can smell It." "I do not know this," replied Mr. Gorman, "The Secretary of War is a much abused man. lie is not respon? sible for the department In which thai scandal originated, a department in Which the Ofllccrs are appointed for life." Mr. Carter, a member ?.f the Military Affairs Committee, replied to Mr. Gor? ma II. After discussing at length the result of the war with Spain showing bow lie Philippines f< il into our hands he ask? ed if it was desirable to leave those is? lands to llout about the Pacific as po? litical derelicts. To do that, he declar? ed, would be the national crime of the ci ntury, DEMOCRATIC SUPPIIRT. Mr. Smith. (Democrat, New Jersey), in stating bis reasons for supporting thi' bill, said that as a general and broad principle, he was npposcd to o large standing army, in ordinary cir? cumstances. He regard.-d such an army as dangerous to tho liberties of the people. "In the hands of a less scrupulous man than President McKinley," Bald he, "a large standing army may bo u I to repress fi edom of si.ch and tile press, ii might be used to sustain large corporations in unlawful combi? nations. It will cause an immense ex? penditure of public money. There is no necessity for a largo standing army when viewed from the lessons of the past glorious battles of the volunteers. "i will not sec the Hag; displaced or the country humiliated through any ac? tion of mine," he said. "I am a Demo? crat and shall always remain so, but I am an American Clt Is n The army bill was then laid aside for the day. On motion of Mr. Hawley it was agreed that when the Senate ndjourn ed It be until 11 o'clock Monday morn? ing. After passing 17 pension hills the Senate at 6:115 p. in. adjourned. former Virgil?!? Senator's Salary. (By Telegraph to Virginia-Pilot.) Washington, Feb. 25.?The S nate Committee <>n Privileges and Elections to-day authorized n favorable report Oil the claim for the r port of the $3,000 t" the heirs of the late Leonard J. Mow - den, who died while serving as a Sen? ator from Virginia in 1S6I, this sum being tie.' amount of his sulury for one year. .Heil. II' you Miller front aitv ot (lie I rouble* resulting I nun > oittii.it: err in'?, you mit) tie enreil peiiititiieii t* lv in HtWlKg ilie mil l?r. unlli ci, Wouilerlul lllectrle 1*111?. Sexually Weak Married or Sin^l" Men. who are suffering a tlaguaig of theli towers or from premature old ago. use these wouilerlul Electric Pills, which re? store the wrecked and debilitated organs to perfect vigor, arrest premature ? \ haustntlon, impart tone and en. rgy i" tin- blood and fully restore the Hanging powers ami dormant encrgb s. The pills have cur. d many thousands i men who had battled for years against tb" menial and ohysjeat villi.- im: ot los' manhood. It Is a home treatment, and all men who suffer with any form >?! sexual weakness, premature loss ??! sex? ual strength and memory, weak back "i emaciation of parts can cure themselves at home They stop night drains at one. . Price *l per box. or i: boxes, full treat? ment, V<. P 11s sent closely scaled, all charges prepaid, day order is received on r.Ipt of price, special directions s. in with ea. h order. OUR MEDICAL BOOK describes nbove-iiamed troubles; also Stricture. Varlcocele. etc. Send lor it to day?our institute cstabltscd PP. Address IIAIXntlK ?KDIOAli l.vsllll 1 K. 1IO Court SI., Huston. Sin**. sii, we.fr A NUISANCE On MONDAY, the 20th. we will begin to remodel the entire fron I ? f our store, Remodeling Is a unisancc for the while, and has .. tendency to lessen trade dur? ing the period required We wiil carry on the business as usual. and have mad.- arrangements :?? protect our customers from the dust and ii venlcnccs, and as a special Induccnn lit, We Will offer our entire St ck of Dry Goods. Notions, Fancy and Furnishing; Goods ^xt r^reiAiis cost. AND Till-: REMAINDER OP HEAVY GOODS, SI CH AS BLANKETS, COMFORTS, CAPES, JACKETS. AND ALL WINTER UNDERWEAR. AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. ELIAS BALL 362 Main Street. WHERE SH0PP1NG IS A PLEASURE. Lawrence & Weiton Black Cr< pon.?. Conspicuous unions; Satur? day's arrivals are some now patterns in Crepons. Those with that rich appearance of the heavy weights, yet very] light and fleecy. A very de? sirable black goods for Sum? mer wear. Prices from $1.50 to $4.00 the yard. Serges and Cheviots. In the lighl weights are here in abundance are just the thing for Coat Suits. A good one, 54-inch w ide, 75c. A better, the same width, $1.00. Give them to you in cither rough or smooth finish. Parasols and Umbrellas. Quite a selection of colored goods in both solids and fan? cies. The little folks we hav'nt forgotten and offer them many styles to select from. Fancy Trimmings. A beautiful line of Cut Mousselines, Corded Satins, Fancy Embroidered Taffetas and Satin Applique on Cloth of Gold. In fact a variety of novelties impossible to de? scribe. Lawrence ?> Weiton 2i8 Main Street. NORFOLK, VA. F. F. I. ISM BEST IM BLOOD G. 0. T. IS TflE BEST IN WHISKEY. The K. If*. V'a Know n Rood tldrir when I hey see It. ami they certainly know a Igood thing when they tust? It. Guests a: no MONTICELLO HOTEL, G. O. T. WHISKIES Isold at that Ii tci are the very liest whis? kies to b< ohtnlix il in the Norfolk mar? ket. This lit certainly a recotnm? nilatlon werth having, as lliu MONTICELLO HOTEL I handles only the very |>esl of everything. The best whiskey means tih.solutcly pure no tirtiKS or chemicals us i In Its distltla tion. If > u must drink whiskey, drink only the pt:n St. Tho Monticcllo Hotel is Norfolk's favorite res ?rt, and the G. O. TAYLOR Pure Itye nnd Bourbon Whiskies are the favorite heverajtes at this hostelry. Slop In ihere some day and try It. You will hover know what ft od whiskey is until you have sampled ih's. THE G. O. TAYLOR Whiskies are put up only by Chester II. Graven & Sons; Boston, .Mass. The linn's Over? the eork oil every Ken nine l.ottle. TO CLOSE OUT The balance of my sleek of Colored and Ughl Prints, I will still offer abotU G00 yards (ii I.arc- stock of Itcmhittils of all classes of goods at less than half ;>rt--<\ I still have some broken lots of LADIES' CHlLDRtJTS AND GENT'S TOTEB eHBEiWEBI, to be sohl at a great reduction. I have several hundred yards of Check .Muslin and White Goods. Httlo B llc<l, 10 be sold nt about half price. Other Pancy White Goods on snme terms. Come and see for yourselves, ns these are special offerings and will shve vnii money. G. L JENKINS, m mn WQNTicEiid hotel_ TTIRGINIA.?IN THE CLERK'S OF > lice of iho Circuit Court of tho coun t> 'f Pr'n ess Anne, in vacation, on the sth day of February, 1S99. 11 I? OLIVER, who sue.-, &c., WEAT11ERINGTON'S Admr., <t als. IN CHANCERY. The object of this suit Is to subject the reil -state of which Isaac YVouth ton died, seised and possessed, to the IKiynu nt of his debts. And hflldnvlt having been made lhat the defendants. I, n'.i> ette Went It rlngton nnd Lewi- c. WeatherlnKton are not resi? dents of the State of Virginia; they an hereby required to nppeftr In the Clerk's Office of this Court wltliin fifteen davs after dub publication horeof and d.> wh'al may he necessary to protect their .li? ter. St. A copy?Teste; E. AT. SENECA 1>. C. A. J. ACKI8S, p q. fell-ltaw-lw ? :? .1 non-poiKott reme.ly f?r t;> n< rrUo in.-, t. S p.-r in alorrhcei ?\ ultra, ii ii n j t ii i .?1 ili cuarve*, .-r ?r-y Inttkmml lion, irritation or olc< n ?ufMe. tier <.f ii. icon* mein iTHtEttNSOtM'CURO. bta.Mt >???. ..:?? I NC I-i>: ,0 f'oM h/ ??""?Biel? .'lit In plaio n : i-t- . .- \ pre... i l-l.i.l. I II.00, er . bottl ? fi " Circular teat *w .tkuott A BAR8AIN FEAST OF "HOUR SALES" TO MORROW. The Hub invites you to the greatest bargain feast it has ever been able to hold?spreading before you special one-hour saving possibilities, which cannot fail to bring a throng cf wise buyers. During every hour of the business day you will find something offered at a maiVilously low price. Perhaps, at no previous time have we been able to muster such a solid front of exceptional values. >?? ?3 ???* .i'V, From 9 to 10. Men's Hose, 6c. *.!-!?? rrow. for :m hour, you may buy Men's Fast Black and Tan Full i: nilar Made Seamless Half Hose, wl Ich sell ut rJ'.-jc. regularly, for only Men's Shirts, 6?c. A lot of Men's Stylish Fancy Shirts. In : ti< greatest variety of new ami sniari patterns^ which arc perfect tlt tiair 'and posses every iio'.nt a good shirt should have?which have never boen otTeretl under a dollar?for only Oc. to-morrow. From II to 12. Men's Top Coats, $7.35. have specla From 10 to 11. Boys' All-Wool Suits, $1.49. A Urge lot of Boys' ?trlctty nil w< tl Short Pants Suii?. consisting or the mo^t dependable i hc\ t-? nnd ca ti? me res. well finished and strongly inn le ?full of worth and wear?which arc cheap at f:t. will ?o for Jl 4?. Men's $5 and $6 Pants, S3.9S. Young men folks may hive (ha Choice of n lot of our regular J.*. and $>; Dress rouscrs to-tn irrow for only ?3.9$. Cholco of Stylish Str!i?,l Wor? st. .Is and Pnncy Cheviots?niailo In the most superior fashion equal :n til and appearance to any custom-made pants. To-morrow we sli it! pttt On sale n lot of Men's Now Spring Top Coats; which Just , me in-and ofTer "em at a 1 Introductory price to start the >nce. They con-ist of line ?liialltv tan cov.rt.s -cut In the most corn t style-rwltb n lit tliat no tailor can surpass. They're cheap at Sio? anil you can count tho saving your Men's Elastic Seam Draw? ers, 69c, Lot of Scrlven's Blasttc Seam Pr.nv era. In nearly all Kl2cs, which never s <M for less lhan one dollar a iwlr, will bo oftvred during this hour lor I Tom 2 to 3. Boys' All Wool Pants, 39c. To-morrow, for litis one hour of spe r iaI selling, we'll let you like the choice i f a big lot of Hoys' Fin* Qual? ity All Wool rants, in the greatest ar? ray of serviceable patterns, which arc add at We. and 69c., for only J9c. a 11 air. Boys' Shirt Waists, 39c. A big lot of Boys' new spring Per? cale Laundered Shirt Wo IM*. In the most attractive patterns, which are well made and strongly finished, for . oath?they're easily worth 7.".e. From i to 2. Young Men's Pants, $4.50. To-morrow- we offer the choice of Young Mi n'u IjonK Pants Suits; good, duralne > hi viols_uid u issim, pleasing assort men I of pattern! v'l;l are perfectly tail red and n'.ccl Ished?for S4.80. They're the regular J" E0 value, and nobody ever offered better for th. money. Small sized men can nt'.d a lit. Boys' Windsor Ties, 15c We shall put on sale a lot Of Boys' Pretty Windsor Ties, In a splendid as SOrtllll nt 6f Choice patterns which are .sold lit 25c. regularly, und offer them at l.'.c. instead. Men's 25c. Neckwear, 12 l-2c. The choice of a lot of Men's Fine All Silk Neckwear- Puff. Ti k and Pour ln-l l.i n.ls?:n a variety of pleasing pat? terns and effects?worth 25c. of any? body's money?will go for l-!-c. tj From 3 to 4. $1 Umbrellas, 49c. .\ lot of Ladles' and Men's Gloria , With steel rods and para Bou frame, guaranteed fast color?tho usual dollar Umbrella?Cor only 40c. to Boys' 4Sc. Golf Caps, 29c. A lot of Fine'All Wool Cheviot Golf Caps, in (food serviceable pa: terns? '?? h \\ itil 1 sell regularly at 45c?will .- bo offered to-nurrow for 29c. From 4 to 5. "Hub" Collars, 7 l-2c. To-merrow you may have th* fa? mous "Hub" collars, our own make, guaranteed 4-p!y linen?in all tho new and most wanted shapes, and In all Blees, for only 7V..C. Men's $2 Hats, $1.15. A lot r>r Men's New Spring Dei-hies and Alpines, made on the latest shape blocks. In all the nicest fashionablo shades, which are Intended to sell at $2, Will go for SI.15. 3-4 MAIN STREET, TUB SATISFACTORY STORE. ?f* -?> ft f ft ft ft ft $ ft ft ft ft ft It is Simple, Safe, Easily Arranged and Permitted by Insurance Companies. For proof see our Brilliant .Vre Lights that make McDonald's Grand Restaurant, on Main street, Shine Like a Palace by Night. Walk into Burrow, Martin & Go's* Drug Store, the largest on Main sticet, and see how Brilliantly it is Lighted t? } Cj */ o by Our New Automatic Light, which is more than Double the Candle Power of Gas, at One-Fourth Cost, then ask the Proprietors ii it is as cheap as stated and Perfectly Satisfactory. All are cordially invited to visit our Office, CORNER BANK STREET AND CITY HfiLL AVENUE, where the different Lights will he shown and hilly explained by the officers of the , _NEW LIGHT CO.