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-. t a IN TWO PARTS. I 1?IMIIIUIUIIIIIIUU"?U'U"""'IU1IU"U WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY ~ NORFOLK AND VICINITY? 3 Showery weather: nearly station - ary temperatures southerly wind?. TT* TT FTYTT * TT T TT T TT TT? TT. TT TTT *TT TTTTT? 1 TTTTTT TTtT VOL. Ell?NO. 1(5. NORFOLK, VA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1390?TWELVE PAGES. TU REE CENTS PER COPY. LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE.-:?? EWE! Meets Its First Reverse, INFORW1AT5QN WJTHMELD l.lflllteiinnt (iilmoro ?ml 1'orllitn nl Crow hi ilto ta'nnboitt Vurhlonn Ambushed l>y I'illpliiiis ?*A licllior Killed or nnilo Prisoners in K?>t Known?Kzciimuciil in WiikliliiK* Ion?Committee UuUcriukcs lo Bio? c*>iinto I'onco. (ny Telegraph to Vircinlan-Fllot.) Washington, D. April IS.? Tho Navy Department has Riven out the following dispatch Crom Admiral Dew .^?v: Manila, April istli. ; ? ret^ry of the Navy, Washington: Tin- Yorktown visited Baler, Luzon, 0. ->i coast of Luzon, P. I., April Ith. for uio purpose <>r rescuing un?l bringing away the Spanish forces, consisting of eighty soldiers, three officers and two priests, which were surrounded i>y tour hundred Insurgents. Some of the in? jure, nt!--. tinned with Mauser rllles, * * ? ? ? by natives. Lieutenant J. C. < minore, while making ? ? ? * * ambush* il were flrcd upon and cop tured. Fate unknown, as insurgents refused to communicate afterward. The f illowlhg nre missing: The ollloer pro. vlnusly referred to, Chief Quartermas? ter \V. Walton, Coxswain ,t. Ellsworth, Gunners' Mate IL ?'? ?yghrdj s.iii makers' Male V'ehdglt, Seamen W. H. Kyndcis ahd C\ \v. W.I bury, Ap? prentices i>. \V. Vehville, J. Peterson, Ordinary idea men P. IJrlsoIese, <?. M. McDonald, Lamlsnieii 1.. T. Edwards, 1. Anderson, .1. Dillon and <'. A. Mor risscy. (Signed) DE WHY. MUCH EXCITEMENT CAUSED. The dlspnti i> froth Admiral Dewey caused much excitement in naval iir eles as soon as Its contents hecamc known. I: v. as rccetvod iate in the day, jui ! considerable delay was occasioned by tli- blindness oi some of tii ? cipher words. It was Impossible i" completely il Ipher it. and tin- stars Indicate the unintelligible Wordij. TlIH MISSING LIEUTENANT. Lieutenant ,T. C| Gllmore, tin olllecr referred tu n? Captured, i-; well known Iii Washington; having been stationed here for some lliriei ll.s wife Und fani lly llVo here. He wAs b >rn In Phila? delphia, July in, 1S54, ami was appointed a naval cadet from Arizona in S?ptem i- i-.i. il.? reached his pros tit grade1 of Lieutenant 111 ISSi. Iiis main Kor? vin- lias In-i ll on the M ihongahclii, Ma? rian. Itancroft, Vesuvius, ami Machlas. beside considerable service on hoards. Just a year ag - lie reported to the St. Paul, (hen Commissioned as an aux? iliary cruiser, upd served on that ves .-??!. nr. : <':; ..-in .-*.:;.-li.-e. Ihlanirrinillt I on January H last he was ordered to the 1; ^-t?Iil ?lilp Solace, which was Ithout i i gall for Manila, and on nr. flvni liiere was; asslKtted by Admiral Dt.'ivcy to the Yorktown. CAPTURE DISCUSSED WITII PEEL? ING; Tlii- capture of the Yorktown's men was discussed with much feeling in na? val circles. The misfortune was felt with added keenness a? the navy ha? prided itself thus far on immunity from re\ : ics. Tin- Admiral's dispatch of to-day was the first knowledge the De? partment bad that tho YorKtown bail gone on this special mission to relieve the Spanish garrison at Baler. That ti:-- capture should have been effected v lillc the American forces were on a mission of mercy toward the Spaniards, rather than in the prosecution of a campaign, led to tho belief that Spain would have no further ground for ques? tioning the good faith with which the Americans were seeking to relieve the condition ?>( tho Spanish prisoners. THE FIRST CAPTURE. Although the dispatch gave no Indi? cation that. Lit uti hnnt Gllmorc and bis men had lost, their lives, yet great anx? iety was nrounscd by the mystery sur? rounding their late while in' tli-- hands of an uncivilized enemy. This is tli - first capture of any Americans, military or naval, sn lb.it It !i unknown how the insurgents will treat our men. If civil? ised methods were pursued an exchange could be quickly effected, as General Otis has :> largo number -if Filipino prisoner, but the insiirgi hts hive been averse thus far t-> exchanging Spanish prisoners, and this raises n question as to what they will do with the Yorktown m-Mi. The purpose of olllcials here Is to spare no offorl to si cure the speedy re? lease of our men. ORGANIZING P?R PEACE. Manila. April 1*.?(*,: 15 p. m.?A ntim b^r of prominent and wenlthy Filipinos are organizing a comnilttee to take steps lo bring about, If possible* an un ,:. rstanding between the rebels and the Americans. Oho branch of this commit? tee Intends I > ask the United States Philippine <"< mmisslon to make a state? ment ' to what terms w in be offered the rebels If the latter will surrender. A DOUBT. Another branch of the committee will pi pri ich Agulnnldo with the terms, nnd will endeavor to persuade him to ?ppl them. It Is considered doubtful, ?ver, if any members of I he oom , ? will dare to personally confer with the rebel leader. The committee Includes several per? sons recently condemned to death by Agulnald > for petitioning him to cease fighting. WAR CLAIMS. Major General Otis has appointed a board) headed by Colonel Crowder, to The American Navy (leal with war claims. Many mich Claim? have boon died, aggregating millions ?if dollars, particularly as a re? sult of the Iloilo lire. Major General Otis, who has hither? to handled these claims, Is unable to devote any of his time to them now. General Law ton has ordered Colonel Whalley. of the Washington Volun? teers, who was a Lieutenant in the regular army, t.? command General King's brigade during the lattcr's Ill? ness. THE PACKERS TRIUMPH. COL'IIT <*K INQUIltY WILL CEN? SURE GENERAL MILES, (?y Teiagraph to Vlrgtanian-PIlot.) Washington, D. <'.. April 18.?The army court of Inquiry has begun the framing of iis report. While a few minor matters remain for examination they are not such as io affect He- main issues. It is regarded us certain that the court will find that (icneral Miles' charges thai embalmed or chemically prepared beef was; sent to the army ,have not been sustulncd. The position ? r the ?? ?nit is believed to he that the testimony is conclusive Unit both the re? frigerated beef and tin- canned beef wer..- in good condition when delivered to the government, ami continued so until Issued to tin- trnons, except that portions damaged in transportation or affected by tropical conditions, and to I these causes "f injury and these con? ti I lions the duet" causes of trouble will be attributed. It will be shown that the refrigerated beef, after being taken I from tin' Ice in the tropical climate, spoils fjtllckly unless well cared for. and that iln- canned beef, after being opened, because of the great heat, be ' ?? ni"s repulsive in appearance and soon unpalatable, but the court will hold. las the result "f chemical Investigation, wholesome and nutrltous. Attention will b.- called to the fact that it was used throughout the war by our navy and is stdl used by th ? fb'ct. It ??? believed that the court will criti? cise those officers who have testified thai they become aware that bad beef was issued to fne troops and who fall ed to report their observations until df i ter the war had closed. SHAFTER'S OPINION. he discusses on the philip? pines AM) CUBA. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Chicago, 111., April* 18.- Major General Shatter passed through Chicago to-day en route to his brother's home, ln_Syca? more, III. Ho was much improved in health. Discussing the Philippine war, he pa I<1: "If G ncrnl Lawlon slates that 100,000 ne n art- nocded in th" Philippines in order to offectuully end hostilities and bring ihi.- natives to terms, t should say Hint undoubtedly an army of sin h proportions is required. We of the jinny have supreme confidence in Gene? ral Lawton's judgment and !t Is his praet e? to under-cstimnte rather than to ? xa.?geratc when passing upon exist? ing cond11 ions. "I don't know (His; never saw him," th" Cienernl added' ? | think Lawton had a right to cri? ticise the (aeries of the commanding general if he believed them to be ?h "Thc Filipino Is a suspicious fellow, jus! I:'...- iiv Cuban. He can't see the ft ii i intentions of this Government and hi never will until we Riibjugatc him with powder and ball. I have said be? fore that II may in.- necessary to kill hall* Die population of the islands in order that the remaining half may !>?? lifted from their semi-barbarity to the civilization vve are ready to ;;i\v them. ? And lei me toll you," General Sliuf ter concluded, impressively, "that 1 di a'! believe our troubles in Cuba are over by any means." GIFT FROM THE KAISER. HE SENDS McKlNLEV ROM E RE? LIGIOUS LITERATURE, (fty Telegraph to Vlrcrtninit-Pilot.) Washington, D. ?".. April IS.? Presi? dent McKinley has received the follow? ing from Erhp iror William of Germany: "Greal and Good Friend:?In com? memoration "f the consecration of the Church of the Saviour at Jerusalem, which took place on the .".Ist of October, last, which was so important an event for th.- evangelical portion of Christen? dom, and in which, to my Joy, n repre? sentative of the evangclii til synod of North Ambril a look part. I have oaused a number of cop. :; of the arils tlcaily executed memorial to be pre? pared, and lake th" liberty herewith lo send you a copy of this memorial, with thb request that you will kindly ac? cept it. "Accept the assurance of my distin? guished consideration. "WILLIAM n. "Berlin Castle, February IS. 18DH." The memorial Is beautifully engross? ed and bears the autographs of Em? peror William and Empress Augusta Victoria. The memorial Is a condensed history of Christianity from Ihn birth or Christ. The President has forwarded a suita? ble answer. Ilcixly For Answinen?. (hy Tele?:.it h to Virslnlan-Puot ) Charleston. S. C. April IS.?The tak? ing of testimony In (lie Lake City case was concluded here this morning- The Kovernnient pla<"d in evidence the books k.;>t In th.- offlce of Dr1. A. II. Williams, alleging thai ib- entries in them had been tampered with. A num? ber of witnesses swore In rebuttal that they had seen and talked with J. !'. New horn in Lake City on the day of the lynching, The afternoon session of the court was occupied with arguments upon th- points of law Involved in the case and arguing upon what the court would bo required to charge the jury. Th - ruKUiiuiii before th" jury w 11 b gin to-morrow morning at h> o'clock. As there are six arguments to be made It is scarcely probable that the jury will retire bet?re souk- time Thursday after 1 nr. on. THEY DROP AWAY Thirteen Republicans Desert the Ex-Senator. THEY VOTE FOR JONES Ilm I)cii>rlrri Couibl 111> lViiti Hip A II I !? (til 113' Republican* nml < n?l Their Vole l or Itlnlue'a Friend,! ho ( liiili-iuiin <>( Niiilonnl llepiibll* rim ? oiiimlilee In 1 SN I - To* Ilm me l.n?( For I nklns n Bnlioi. (Hy Telegraph to Virglulan-Pllot.) Harrlsburg, Pa., April 18.?Fourteen votes dropped away from Senator Quay at to-day's joint ballot for United States Senator. The anti-Quay Repub? licans ami the followers of Senator C. L. Ma gee, of Pittsburg, combined and rast their votes for P.. F. .Jones, of Plttsburg. The break was started by Senator Crawford, of Alleshany. who switched from Quay to .Jones and was followed by Senators Mugee. of Alle ghany; Losch, of Schuyklll, and Scott, of Luzerne. 'J'he first break from the Quay ranks In the list of members was Mr. Clark, of Washington, whose col? league, Mr. McLaren, wi nt with him. i Mr. Murdoch, the third member from j Washington, remained loyal lo Quay- 1 i ?:hers who changed from Quay lo Jones wer? Messrs. llosack, Klump, Entertained at Luncheon by Secretary Hay, FOUR MONTH'S A5SEWCE liter I UK Ki'ftiinl Instruction? The I'oiiiiiiiNsloiicra Will l.t'nrc l'o?lln.l I or Prolin of Their l.nbor? ^\l>;it THey Mnynittl Mny >m l>n Tlierc Must Ro I'tmnlmlty In All Action* - (?eriunnj 10 Herr Hose, (TJy Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Piloi ) Washington, April 18.?Secretary Hay entertained ibe Samoan High Commis? sion ai lunch at Iiis residence a: j 10 t.>-<lay. It was the first time the mem? bers of the commission had come to? gether, ami while the gathering was quits Informal and social, mainly for the purpose of getting acquaint I. yet it afforded an opportunity ot discussing the Samonn topic In its general phases. The commission will In- off en it.: mis? sion to-morrow. The members will make no . Tort to keep together on the way to San Francisco. The members ate making plans to be pone about four months. They will re? turn together to Washington, and their respective reports, as (veil as their Joint conclusion, will bo framed here some lime in the early autumn. Samoa t?> Immediately desist from all hostilities ami agitation pending the ar? rival at Apia of tlit> joint commission of the powers appointed to Bettle the af? fairs in dispute in the islands. LETTEll FK< >.M HA M< 'A. Chicago, April is.?A letter received here t i-day from X. J. Moore, Amer? ican merchant In Samoa, who for years has been Mataafa's dose friend and ad\ Iser, relates some Interesting details of Ii',- troubles in the island. The letter, written Man!: 28d. sty?: "When I received, In advance of its posting, a copy of the proclamation de? cided upon by the British nnd Am rican : ildes, und issued by Admiral K lutl, 1 tli night it a very moderate document, and one that might im 11 be obs< rved, 1 sent word twice t? the natives on Mu I nun that I thought :!><>? should obey It. and 1 think they SO Intended, as Mlt llnuu was soon deserted and the prison? ers liberated, while the Royalists w nl lo Tutuiln for those Who Were up He re. I promised Captain White, .f the Phil? adelphia; when lie came ashore, that I would '.'?> all I could to faclllt-tc a quick and satisfactory arrangement, and sent word to Mataafa and l^e chiefs that no sailors would be landed and tu? nuns given tr> the prisoners: that they ought t<> l-> io their homes and observe peace while the powers de? liberated. THE ENGLISH TO BLAME. "1 am su'.-< Mat ant i'.- followers would h ivo done Just as Admiral Kaut a want ? ?'d, and as I was advising, ivhl ;i Brit- 1 >-di Consul Maxse commenced arming I and returning prisoners, and they be , sun to bonsl Of what they w< re going lo ?! > with the assistance of the war- j t ? hs. This news arrived when M i-1 taafa was speaking In the midst of a ! meeting in which he was dismissing the people, At once a great number arose, I crying: "The weak cannot govern the strong: our slaves shall not rule us; I we will Ugh!,' nnd the meeting was broken up. Winne MEN'S HOMES RESPECTED "II is as singular as it is Instructive thai these wild savages, as they are frequently represented to be, have not up t ? now destroyed a single white (Contlucd on Sixth Page.) Etns. ANNA E. <;j.:OK<ilC. , T1!K I,ATE GEOHCEi I). SAXTON. MRS. GEORGE AN3 THE MAN SHE IS ACCUSED OP KILLING. Mrs. Anna K. CenrPe. now on trial in Canton, Is charged with the murder of George D. Saxton only brother of the wife of the president of the United States, on the night of ?>, t. 7. tsas. Sax.uns ?tio, s with Mm C ZiV had 'Sva^UhouiJ? Char6^ ShC Shut :i!,J kl,,ed h,m 113 h" ^ ^ <?> -tor ^^nSeTanoSw^ M< Parlnnd, McWhlnney, Nishet, Robi soa, Shaw anil Kodes, of Allcghany. WHO MR. JONES IS. Mr .'Jones is connected with the firm of Jones .Vt Laughlin, of Pittsburg, iron an<l steel manufacturers. He was chair? man of the National Republican Com? mittee In ISSI and conducted the cam? paign or the late .lain.-s G. Rlalne tor President. He was Mr. Maine's per? sonal Choice for this honor. He has been a lifelong Republican and has never held any public otllce, except Presidential elector. 11 was voted for l>y Senator Magre and ! Is friends in the Allcghany delegation at the caucus which nominated Quay for re-election. To-morrow will ho the last day for taking u joint ballot. THE BALLOT. The ballot to-,lay resulted as follows: Quay, Itep.. 93; Jenks, Dem., S5; Jones, Hep., On. Total. 247, Necessary to a choice, 124. Paired and not voting, a. No election. THE BRIBERY CHARGES. Harrisburg, Pa.. April 18.?The House to-night adopted bu:!i the majority nnd minority reports of the bribery Investi? gation committee, which reports were reported to the House yes:. !day. and named nine persons whom the commlt tco believed guilty of corrupt solicita? tion of members of the Legislature In connection with the balloting for United States Senator, and the consid? eration of the McCarrell Jury bill. A supplemental report was also presented I -:..;;lit and adopted, which constitutes Messrs. Pow (Dem.), of Philadelphia: Young (anti-Quay. Rep.), of Tloga, and Yoorhets (Quay. Rep.) a committee to commence criminal proceedings in the court of Dauphin county against the persons accused of corrupt solicitation. Fonrtern Sni'.ois Drowned. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.1 Nantucket, Mass.. April IS ?The fish? ing schooner Eliza, of B verly, Captain Hopkins, which sailed from Hynnnls yesterday evening for fishing grounds, struck on Rose and Crown shoals dur? ing the night, and eleven of the crew of fourteen men were Ii st. The three sur? vivors reached Slasconset in the si hooner's dory to-day. They report that the schooner is a totul loss. INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETED. The Instructions tin the commission? ers have been Completed. They are alike j in all essential respects. They were summed up to-day l>y one of the high I commissioners substantially as follows: | Tili- commission Is given complete au? thority to carry on a provisional gov? ernment for Samoa, In doing this, the instructions carefully prescribe the pre? servation of order and the security <>i lifo end property as n lire requisite. It. is provided that the duties <>f ail bfli | olnls heretofore exercising authority in I Samoa shall he suspended in order thai j the high commission shall hsve com j pi etc authority over the affairs of the islands. The commission Is required to make repori upon a variety of things. Including the recent collisions nnd the causes leading up to them; also a.; to the administration of the islands, the rights of the several claimants to th kingship; als ? as to what changes tiro desirable in the methods provided by the tn a:y of I'- rlin. UNANIMITY ENJOINED. The instructions call for unanimity In all action by the commission. The ne t Ion taken by the eoif.rais-i t). when unanimous, is to be conclusive, without referendum; except when it suspends a provision of the- treaty of Berlin. In that c 'so also ;i provision "f ib.- treaty may be suspended by unanlm ms agree? ment of members, but the mi rp< I si in is ad referendum, and Is not finally binding until the three governments approve or disapprove it. The exact ex? tent t? whi h th* tr?aty can bo tempo- ' rarily suspended is nm quite clear, and one er the commissioners sitld to-day j that It would require consultation | among the commissioners to mnki this point certain. l it' >AT> INSTRUCTIONS. The instructions are bread , hough to Include the recent troubles the bom? bardment, fighting .arrest i ? a <; rhi in citizen, etc., ra that these acute phases as well as the general governim nl of H imoa, will be adjusted wtthoUr fur? ther cor.tlict between the three govern? ments, : INSTRUCTIONS FOB HERR ROSE. Berlin, April 18.?The correspondent ' her.- of the Associated Press hoars oil I authority that the German consul at Apia, Samoa. Herr Rose, will receive cabled Instructions, to b<.nveyed to him by steamer from the nearest cable station, to Join in a trim rlitc nr la-na? tion calling upon all the inhabitants of TRIAL OF MRS. GEORGE. LIGHT THROWN UPON HER VISIT Tt > 1 lAKi >TA. fBy Telegraph lo Vlrglnlan-PHot.) Canton, i >.. April 18.?The defence In th< trial of MrB. George spent the first] half i the day lit reading depositions regarding her trip to South Dakota, ::??; a divorce from Sample George, her life while there and the visits Saxton paid to )!? !?. This remainder of the day was oci uplc-d in examining witnesses mil matters com.ted directly with the homicide and In answer t> th - testl nsonj Ii Iroduced on the pan of the SI ; Th ? attorneys for the defence r.< k ><r finishing their testimony tLI> week, i>m say if they do !??> they will not call all of the one hundred or mot ? u Itnesses subpoenaed. A ROBBER FOILED. A DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO LOOT A HANK. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Council Bluffs, Iowa, April IS.?A man entered the State's Savings Bank at o'clock this afternoon while Cashier Brown was alone, and, presenting a re volvcr, ordered Brown to turn over the hank's motli y. Instead of complying, Brown picked up a stool and prepared in : H ike the robber. The Btranger tired several shots, one of them striking the < ashli r In the arm. Inflicting a slight wound. Brown bai ked away and Anally suc? ceeded in closing the door. it. P. Sargent, a men ham next door, was attracted by the Bhooting, but n shot from the robber's revolver eom ; el led him to retreat, s rgent called for tho police, and the robber ran| disap? pearing Without securing any money. He has not been arrested. Eluboiito Pinea? In Ititftn. (By Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) Bombay. April 18.?According to sta tlstics gathered regarding the bubonic plague. It is estimated that there have been 250,000 deaths recorded in India s in e its beginning. These figures, how? ever, are undoubt dly far below the ac? tual total, as the natives are known to have concealed quite a number of deaths. ILVER GUPS FOB THE RALEIGH Given by Mrs. Haywood, Who Christened the Ship. COLONEL BRYAN THERE I'hi' I*rc?oittnllon Npeccti Binde by AftS'Ktnnf Aliornrjr tienernl Boyd ? Ite*|l >il?c by Cnplnln C?s;lilitu < o.iiii.itiiiicr of tlio Mninicli War? um!? mill (?i.lli.i.l Crew ? WJIIInm Jciiiiii.k* Iirynit Received Drsplfe (11 iif] - ... nie contrary. (By Te'.cgraph to Virginiar.-Pilot.) New York, April IS.?Tho prcsenta : I ii of silver cups to the cruiser Raleigh took place to-day. The cups were given t>>- Mrs. A. W. Haywood. of Raleigh, N. C, who christened the ship. Mrs. Hay? wood was not present, owing to the ill? i- ss of her sister. The presentation took place in the ward room of the Raleigh. A. W. Haywood. the husband of the donor of the cups; Charles E. McDon? ald, chairman of the reception commit? tee, of Baleigh, N. C: Commissioner of Charities John W. Keller. John W. Haywood, of the Marine Corps; Mrs. Haywood, Mrs. Ouster, widow of Gene? ral Custer, and Mrs. Captain Coghlan, were among those present at the pre? sentation, which was made by Assist? ant United States Attorney General Boyd, who is a native of North Caro? lina. GEN. BOYD'S REMARKS. General Boyd said in part: "More words do not express our grat? itude for what the Raleigh, her officers .: i men have done. When the ship was Christen? I, one of North Carolina's; mos; accomplished and beautiful daughters was assigned to this tusk. Uy Hie s uite woman who christened this vessel l am deputized to present these silver cups. Th' I woman wua the daughter of the then Governor Holt of North Carolina. In- presenting .these aups we. wish that tb.e OtHcers and crew of the Baleigh, wherever they may ho when they tip these cups, may feel that old North Carolina feels proud of the Ship, her Officers and crew." The health of the donor wis then drunk. Captain Coghlan made suitable re? ply. AN ORDER DISOBEYED. During the presentation ceremony, st i id orders had been given to keep all outsiders from the vessel. Just as the coreinonlca commenced William J. Bryan came down the pier with several friends. A big crowd of people on the wharf at once recognized him nnd cheered vociferously, lie was taken over on the Raleigh's launch on the supposition that he was one of the Haywood party. The crowd kept on cheering until Mr. Bryan stepped up the gangway of th.' Raleigh, lie was received by Captain Coghlan, who had come out of the ward-room to see wdiat was the matter. The captain appa? rently did not recognize the former presidential nominee. VISITOR ANNOUNCES HIS NAME. "My name is Bryan, William Jen? nings Bryan," said the visitor. "I have come with my friends lo take a look at the ship." captain Coghlan said he was very glad to meet Mr. Bryan, and he as? sisted Lieutenant Commander Phelpa to show Colonel Bryan nnd his com? panions over the ship. The Jackles were particularly anxious to get a glance at the silver leader, and openly expressed their interest and admiration. After a close scrutiny of everything to be seen, Colonel Bryan was taken aft and Introduced to the presentation party, lie chatted with several ladies and then returned ashore, where the crowd I' M Incr used in numbers and enthusiasm. Col. Bryan's old Itr^lment. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Savannah, Ga? April IS.?The Third Nebraska Regiment came up the river ft ai Daufuskle Island, where it was in camp of detention for live days, and It ft for Augusta to-night. It will he mustered out of the service at Augusta. The Third Kentucky also cume up to .! . y and went into camp here, to remain until mustered out. SVetr Hi.ven Uoea itou.orrntio. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) New Haven, Conn., April 18.?At the city election here to-day, Cornelius T. Driscoll, the Democratic candidate for Mayor, dcfi ted Frederick B. Karns u tili. Republican, the present Incum iC" nt, by upwards of -.000 plurality, it is probable that the entire Democratic ticket was elected. The vote was a largo one. OTHER TELEGRAPH PAGE 6 I CLASSIFICATION OF MEWS. BY DLl'AKTMENT5. Te!es;rarli News?Paees t,6aruiS. Local News?i'aces 2, 3, j ami 6. Editorial?Pag? 4. Home? Study Circle?rag? 4. Vireinia News?Pates S and 0. North Carolina News? Page 7. Portsmouth News?i'.ts;es 10 and tl. Berkley News?lice It. Markets?Pace 12, Shipping l'.\Mt ii Keal Estate?Page 12.