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A Cold-Blooded Murder in King
William County.
A Negro Arrested and Charged With the
Crime?Stuart H. Ford Grunted a Di?
vorce ?Tile Koagan-Cra-vrford Niiptlula
In Mnnehcstor *-The New Grund Com?
mander of the Confederate Veteran? of
Virginia-Condition <?r the City Jnll
Visltora From the Quaker City.
. (Special to Virglnian-PIIot.)
Richmond, Va., Oct. 12.?There has
apparently been n cold blooded murder
committed in King William county.
Mr. H, X. Major, one of the most
prominent citizens of the county, is the
victim, lie went out with a negro
named Addison Carter Wednesday to
place some fish nets in a. mill pond.
Carter reported that Mr. Major had
lallen overboard from the boat and
had been drowned. When the body
was recovered it was found that Major
had been hit a fearful blow upon the
bead and that he was dead when his
body went Into the water. Carter was
arrested to-day, charged with the mur?
der. There is great excitement In King
"William and a lynching is hot Impro?
bable. Mr. Major haves a widow and
five children.
Ptnart H. Ford was to-day granted n
divorce from his wife, Lorettu Small
Ford, a daughter of Rev. Sam w.
Small. They have not lived together
for three or four years. Desertion was
the ground upon which the divorce was
granted. Mr. Ford Is .a son of Mr. A.
J. Ford, the well-known hotel man,
who now resides in Norfolk.
1:19 A G A N?CRAWFt )RD.
Mr. "Wesson Reagan, a near relative
of Judge .lohn H. Reagan, of Texas,
the only surviving member of Jeffer?
son Davis' Cabinet, was married In
Manchester to-night. His bride Is Miss
Ella Crawford. They had never met
until yesterday. Six years ago they
began a correspondence. Mr. Reagan
is from Arkansas.
Col. R. L, Maury, elected Commander
of the Grand Camp of Confederate A'et
erans, is a prominent lawyer of this
city. Ho is a near relative of the late
Commodore M. F. .Maury. Col. Maury
is the Post Commander or Plckett
Upon the beginning of the session of
the Hustings Court this morning Com?
monwealth's Attorney D. c. Richardson
arose and addressed the court In re?
ference to the condition of the city jail.
He Bald that the structure was in a
condition thai could but be revolting
to the mind of every citizen, and moved
that a rule be Issued against the City
Council in the .shape of a mandamus
requiring them to show cause why they
should not provide a new jail for the
city of llichmond.
He submitted the report of the Jail
Commissioners and a report from Dr.
Gordon, physician to the jail, and be
moved that the rule be issued returna?
ble at the November term, the fith of
t he month,
city Attorney Pollard was present tn
the Interest id' tin- City Council, and
suggested that n day be fixed that
would give to the Council sufficient
time to answer the rule, lie thought
that the Council should have a meet?
ing or two, in order to prepare itself. 1
anil he also thought that a special com?
mittee would probably be appointed to
investigate the matter and report back
to the Council.
Judge Witt said that the Council bad
been dilly-dallying about this matter
for twelve years, and that as little time
Should be consumed as is absolutely
necessary In considering the matter
now. Something must be done at once,
he said, and the November term was
fixed as tho time for the Council to
An accident which may prove serious
in its results happened this morning to
Mrs. A. 14. Hlgglns, No. 301 South
Laurel street, she tell fncc-forcmost
down a Might of stairs, landing on her
head, ami sustaining a very severe
scalp wound, a number of cuts on the
face and several bad bruises.
Mrs. Hlgglns is about ll? years of
age She is tin* wife Of .Mr. 11. 1'. Ilig
Blns, at present, the night watchman
for the Allcghany Box Factory.
About 9:30 o'clock this morning Mrs.
Hlgglns was engaged in her household
duties on the back porch, Leading from
the porch to the yard is a flight of
about eleven sW-ps, at the head of
which is a gate In attempting \<> ad?
just this gate it gave way and Mrs.
Hlgglns fell. Her husband who was
standing near rushed to her assistance,
but not in time. Mrs. Hlgglns was
taken into the bouse and Dr. Stuart
McLean was sent for. He pronounced
her injuries of a very dangerous nature
and recommended that she be kept per?
fectly quiet,
Mayor Samuel 11. AshbrldgC ami bis
party of Philadelphinhs, in charge of
Messrs. "Welsh. RCdWOOd and Wooty.
wcri- driven in carriages around the
city to-day, viewing tic Rights. They
visited the Museums, Hi- Capitol and
called upon Mayor Taylor and Chief
Howard, who gave them a Cordial wel?
come. City Clerk August showed them
through the council chamber, and the
Visitors expressed themselves as most
pleased with the reception given them.
They loft for Old P?lhl this after?
Mit. EIjL-YSON back.
Hon. J. Taylor Ellwson has returned
from Stnunton, where ho attended the
meeting of the Grand Camp Confed?
erate Veterans.
Mr. El I y son is much plojised with bis
trip, and had a most enjoyable time.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Court land, Vn? Oct. 12.?A called
meeting of the Southampton Bar was
held in the office of .1. B. Prince' & Son.
in tliis place, to-day at 11 o'clock a. m.
Judge .1. B. Prince was made chair?
man and E. Frank Story was chosen
ns secretary.
The Chair stated that the object of
the meeting was to pass suitable reso?
lutions cndoralng the Hon. Robert it.
Prentls for Judge of the Supreme Court
of Appeals of Virginia; whereupon Hon.
W. J. Sebrell offered the following:
Resolved 1st. That the Bar of South?
ampton County, recognizing the Hon.
Robert R. Prentls as an able and incor?
ruptible Jurist, who possesses in an em?
inent degree all the elements that make
the model judge, hereby unanimously
endorse him for Judge of the Supreme
Court of Appeals of Virginia.
Resolved 2d, That our Senator and
member of the House of Delegates are
hereby requested to use their best ef?
forts to secure his election.
In presenting the resolutions Mr. Se?
brell made a brief but eloquent speech,
in which ho spoke most complimentary
of Judge Prentls, both as a judge and
as a man. Other speeches were made
by different members of the bar, all
eulogistic of the distinguished son of
Virginia, in whose behalf the resolu?
tions were offered.
The resolutions were unanimously
adopted, after which the meeting ad?
Hampton, Va., Oct. 12.?Mayor J.
Baron Hope received a communication
yesterday that leaves no question as
to the identity of Harry Wellington
Stewart. In the form of the following
letter from Lieutenant-Colonel Elliott,
or Norfolk, and a telegram received
from Philadelphia as follows:
"Marine Barracks, Norfolk. Va..
"Oct. 11, 1900.
"Sir?I enclose herewith a copy of a
telegram received this date. if you
have this man mentioned in custody
please advise me of the disposition
made in his case by civil authorities.
"Very respectfully,
"Lieut. Col. U. S. M. C, Commanding
The following Is the telegram In?
closed :.
"Navy Yard.
"League Island, Pa., Oct. 10, 1000.
"The Chief of Police. Hampton. Va.:
"Wire me if Harry "Wellington Stew?
art, private marine, arrested in Hamp?
ton. Va., is released by civil authori?
ties and answers the following descrip?
tion: Complexion, dark; hair, dark
brown; eyes, brown: scar on the left
cheek: nge. twenty-one years, eight
months; height, 71',i incites; occupa?
tion, electrician.
(Signed) "CASES."
The charge that Stewart is wanted
for In Philadelphia is said to be forgery
upon which he secured the sum of $270
from the sub-treasury.
Mayor Hope is satisfied Stewart is
the man wanted. What disposition will
be made of his case can not be ascer?
tained, but it is thought that he will
he turned over to the Federal authori?
ties if they desire to push their case.
Fred Duval, the man who pave him?
self up on the charge of bigamy in
Newport News several months a.go. and
was brought here for trial, as the
?woman he married was a resident of
this place, may appear before a com?
mission of lunacy to-day. Col. James
was at the jail yesterday, and said he
would try and have the commission
meet to-day.
Duval impressed those who saw blin
at the time of his arrest as being a
man of unsound mind, and It was only
after a thorough investigation that his
confession of being n bigamist was
consldererr~sbrlou8ly. He has Improved
since his incarceration, and made a line
appearance yesterday dressed in a
black suit of clothes.
Miss Lula Harwood and Mr. Herman
Spell, of Newport News, were married
this afternoon at H o'clock.
Mr. Joseph Scott is quite ill at his
residence in lite West End.
(Special to VIrglnlan-Pllot.)
Newport News, Va.. Oct. 12.?The
first meeting of the Secdnd Ward Col?
ored Democratic club, which was held
last night near the corner of Warwick
avenue and Twenty-second Street, was
a great success and a credit to the or?
ganizers of the cluli.
The organization ban rented a store
room on Warwick avenue, between
Twenty-second and Twenty - third
streets, and it Is being lilted up for Its
use. In front of this room a platform
was erected, from which a number of
the prominent politicians and speakers
of the city addressed the club. There
were about three or four hundred peo
pla?present,?*4++??mooting?<*-rt-*?i alb d
to older and presided over by Attorney
N. B, Clurk, colored, the president of
the club, and one of the hardest work?
ing colored Democrats in the city. A
colored brass band furnished the music
for the meeting.
The president opened the speaking
for the evening and introduced in suc?
cession Messrs. Charles II. Ruth, .1. D.
>;. Brown, C. C. .Mitchell. C. <". Berke?
ley ami i!. Aylett Ashby.
tine of the sepakors compared this
meeting with the last colored mass
inci ting which he attended, which was
four years ago. during tin? Presidential
campaign, when the speakers were
forced to leave the platform on account
of the fieo use of ancient eggs and de?
cayed vegetables by the audience.
'I'll meeting last night was one of t he
most orderly ?ut-of-door mass meet?
ings ever held In the city. There was
no disorder, and the sepakers were!
paid every respect.
Alter the formal part of the meeting
was over all present were Invited into
the club room to partake of the hospi?
tality of the committee on refrcsh
| nichts.
While engaged in painting a ship In
course of construction at the yard, a
Mr. Itoberts. a painter, fell and sus?
tained probably flitnI Injuries.
The injured man was removed to his
home, and at a late hour last-night it
was thought that he could not survive.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
t'ld Point, Va.. Oct. 12.?Mayor Asb
brldge, or Philadelphia, and the Coun?
cil Committee of that city on Soldiers'
Monument, arrived here to-day via
Richmond. They will remain bete until
to-morrow afternoon, when they will
l.-nve for Washington by way of Rich?
The party came to Richmond and Ibis
place mi a trip of recreation. The
i'-uincil Committee was appointed to
visit the Philadelphia Association's plot
at Antletam, upon which a monument
to the soldiers of the civil war is be?
ing erected, to consider the advisability
of accepting the plot on behalf of the
city of Philadelphia! and after going
over the ground thoroughly It is stated
the committee decided to take the plot
and luxc for it for the future.
Argument for New Trial in the
Poole Case Begun.
Norfolk * We?t?rti Knilrnari 'Wants Anoth?
er Show for Its 88,000?Mr. W. C. Kelly
and iluflgo Mann Address Hlg Demo?
cratic Meeting?Poor Poanut Crop.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Suffolk. Vs., Oct. IX?They were talk?
ing about the Poole case nearly all day
In Nansemond Circuit Court. Poole
was a Norfolk and 'Western fireman
who gave up his life at Lake Kilby
June of last year. Ho was pishing
coal on a freight train which went
down an embankment just before the
bridge was reached. He and two other
men were killed.
Rev. E. T. 1 ?admnn. administrator,
brought suit for $10,000 against the
railroad company. A Circuit Court
jury gave him $:.,<h.>0. That was more
than the Norfolk and Western cared
to pay and the company appealed.
George Bernard, of Petersburg, open?
ed the argument for another hearing,
and Judge W. 11. Mann concluded. J.
I*. Purges, of Suffolk, and It. B. Davis,
of Petersburg, came in the middle arid
talked for the plaintiff.
Judge Pronlls heard argument and
look the briefs for review. He will
render an opinion in .a few days. The
argument to-day lasted from court's
convention, at 1" o'clock, till about
dusk last night.
There was speaking to-night In the
Auditorium of the city all Theatre, it
was mean! to have an address on
Brooklyn Hetehts, on chicken inn \,v
.Mr. \\ . I'. K, ;iy. of Newport News,
but ?hen Hi" Democratic managers
found they could land Judge W. II.
Mann, of Nottowny, they decided to
consolidate the attractions in the thea?
tre. R. w. Withers, vice-president of
the Bryan-Stevenson-Maynard Club,
introduced the speakers.
Mr. Kc|ty madc a very entertaining
address. \v. i-)i t w as lent to some of
bis assertions bc-ause they were based
on the speaker's own observations in
England, Porto Rico anil various parts
: of the United States.
Mr. Kelly's father was an Irishman
i and his .ther was a Spanish lady
I born in I'm He was born In Yer
| intuit and nai od Walter Castillo, the
[latter being from his mother's family.
He made n speech that phased the
audience, ninny among whom were la
I dies. The talk was entertaining und
cnthusinc. ratli i than classical. Kelly
said in la- nil Ivo district, mar Rut?
land. VI.. there were two Democratic
votes in 7fi2, au i his father was arrest?
ed for rcpen n f.
Judge Mann closed with an aide
speech. The Judge is a polished
scholar nnd an experienced cam?
paigner, lie r,,i,| a few funny stories
and then ceded to bombard the
audience wii , sound Democratic logic.
The presi : - ate of weather?the air
pregnant \.,in moisture?is very unfa?
vorable for the harvesting of peanuts.
The fnrmct i, with a long spell of
drought r i up against, think they
have hard i ugh luck already. At
best, there will be only half a crop of
peanuts. It the damp weather contin?
ues and n considerable portion of the
nuts tn:n darli and those in the ground
get rotten sli ins and pull off, they will
l?c unfortunate indeed.
Peanuts nr< the chief money crop In
Nansemond. Isle of Wight. Southamp?
ton and Burr) i i.unties. Many plant?
ers base their purchases on the pea?
nut crop, and u they full or are in?
jured during harvest time their re
reclor \, i| Department Norfolk
Conservatory, will moot pupils SATUR?
DAY AFTERNOONS for private Instruc?
tion In Vocal Culture and Singing, at 67
Main St., S.a. 0Cl2-lw*
Wanted Applicants for life
la-ii-.iii,. m receive UNION
centrat.'dlvldends you must have Un?
ion Central Policies. W?>on.\rd &
islam, Diaui'i Agents, Suffolk, Va.
sources arc seriously crippled. The
rain thus fur has not injured them ma?
Mr. Jack Camp, who had been visit?
ing Suffolk friends for some days, left
to-day for his home in Albion, Fla.,
via Franklin. Va.. his Cornier home.
Mr. A. 11. Cohb returned home to?
day from a visit to New York city.
Harrison Sykes, colored, was yester
! day granted a pension. Sykes lives
near Capron. Va.
Stuart S. Baker, .1 guard in the State
penitentiary, yesterday took to Rich?
mond two convicts from Southampton
Rutil Johnson, aged about 1- months,
died nt 12:30 o'clock this afternoon.
T ic infant was a grandchild of Mr.
St ay lor.
George W. Roper. Jr., left to-day for
a business trip to New York and other
Work is progressing rapidly on the
Gay Manufacturing Company's new
dry kilns to replace those burned in
June. The new structures will be fewer
ami larger.
The next attraction nt the City Hall
Theatre will be "O'FIyhn's Birthday"
I on October 18th.
(By Telegraph to VIrglrilan-Pllot.)
Richmond. Va., Oct. 12.?The Broth?
erhood of St. Andrew In the United
States will hold its next annual con?
vention in Detroit in mid-July, unless
the Executive Council of Hie body
should find it better that the national
assembly should be held in some other
city. The question was brought up
during the session of tie- Brotherhood
to-day, Philadelphia ami Detroit being
the competitors for Hie honor of en?
tertaining the convention.
The convention recommended that
the next meeting bo held in Detroit, it
being developed during the discussion
that better results would probably ncr
erne from a convention in Detroit,
I where the Brotherhood Is not strong.
; in.m Tn J'hilailelpnia. w Rcre Ti has
! reached a highly successful condition.
About -loo persons were in attendance"
upon to-day's session of the conven?
tion. Reports were submitted on the
junior department, Bible class lessons,
work in the army and the rule of the
\ service. Considerable interest was
shown in the last, named report, which
recommended that ihe re-statement of
rule of service bo not pressed at the
time. TIh- report was adopted.
The officers of the convention were
installed to-day. They uro ns follows:
President. William C. Sturgis, of
Christ Church, Now Haven. Conn.;
Vice-presidents. R. A. Robinson, of St.
Andrew's Church, Louisville: Charles
s. Shoemaker, of Trinity Church,Pitts
burg, Pa., and ft. F. Flnney, of Christ
Church, Savannah. Ga.; Secretary,
Duff Green Maynard, of St. George's
Church. New York: Assistant Secre?
tary, E. L. McDonald, Of St, Andrew s
Church, Louisville, nnd J. C. Wagner,
id" the church of the Nativity, of Phila?
Nearly one thousand men assembled
at St. Paul's Church at 7 o'clock this
morning lo attend the corporate com?
munion, ihe celebrant being Bishop
Gibson, of Virginia. The service was
most impressive and solemn.
To-night there was a public meeting
of the Brotherhood, at which Bishop
Hall, of Vermont, delivered an address
on "The Young Men of Our Day."
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
RoanokC) Va., Oct. 12.?The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Nor?
folk and Western Railroad Company
was held in the otiiccs yesterday, with
the largest representation of stock in
the history of its meetings. The only
change was the adding of another
Pennsylvania director, giving that road
live out of the eleven, Willem H.
Harnes was elected to succeed J. Ken?
nedy Todd. The Board of Directors
then re-elected President Henry Fink.
General Manager L. E. Johnson and
other Officers. The Board of Directors
Is as follows: Henry Kink. F. J. Kim
ball, Walter II. Taxier. Joseph I. Do
ran, George Coppell, Victor Morro
wetz, Samuel Rea, Jphn 1*. Green,
James McCrea, William li. Barnes and
s. m.JPrevost, tlx- last five representing
Hie Pennsylvania Boa<l.
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Lexington, V.a.. Oct. 12.?Never before
in the history of the Institut,- has there
been so much Interest taken In foptball i
as this year. Every cadet is anxiously
awaiting the game with Washington
and Lee Saturday, which is the open?
ing game of the season. The schedule
this year Is one of whit h all an- proud,
for we have been successful In obtain?
ing gam>-s with the University <if Vir?
ginia, Georgetown; St. Albans. Rich?
mond College, Washington and Loe,
University of Maryland and Blacks
burg, and reflects great credit upon our;
managers. The team has been practic?
ing sine,- September, the first and soon
after a second team was organized,
which has lined up against the llrst
team every afternoon, consequently the
men have had both offensive and de?
fensive work. Every man Is In per?
fect condition, and under the captain
shin of Charles S. Roller and efficient
training of Messrs. Walker and I' i ??
nett (University of Pennsylvania), the
K am is in line shape.
The greatest game of the season, of
course, will In- with Blacksburg on
Thanksgiving in Norfolk. Both teams
are confident of victory, and as these
two old-time rivals. V. M. I. and V. i\
I., haven't played together for a num?
ber of years, great enthusiasm has
1?ii aroused in both schools. No
doubl both Norfolk and Portsmouth
will turn out In great force to witness
this game, and as there are ii number
of alumn! of both institutes, there
should be great interest manifested in
both eitles. Excursions will be run
from Old Point, Hampton and Newport
News, so that every one- will be able to
witness one of iSur greatest games of
the season.
'i'ne v . M. 1. opens this year with a
very large corps, and we are glad to
sc- sti,.|, ,., large number of new cadets,
most of whom are making splendid
progress in drilling, etc.
Norfolk and Portsmouth are well
represented this year, as they have al?
ways been. From Norfolk there are B.
L. Cannon, G, Kelly. I. B. Johnson,
Downer, 11. Johnson and Doyle. From
Portsmouth, Marshall. St. .1. R., M. II.
Hudgins, M. B. Marshall, Fred Parrlsh
and Legh R. Watts. Jr.
To the joy of all we found this year
every modern Improvement, and the
Francis H. Smith Academic building,
which has Just been completed, is in?
deed a great addition to our school.
It Is heated and lighted by electricity,
th" section rooms all that one could
wish and the many Improvements in
the departments of electricity and
physics will give us a very practical
knowledge of these brauche/.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Petersburg, Va.. Oct. 12.?Mr. William
R. McKenney, of this city, sold to-day
to Mr. J. E. Cobb, a large lumber man?
ufacturer of Dinwlddlc county, the
standing timber on the J. II. T. Derby,
Mayes, Williamson and Tucker tracts
of land in said county. It Is estimated
that these tracts contain at least live
millions of feet. The mice paid Is said
to have been fully up to what was paid
for stumpago before the fall in the
prices of lumber. Mr. Cobb will pr'o
(.I to locate his saw mill on these
tracts tit oncp.
A mammoth mass nieoting^rif young
people will be held at the First Baptist
Church on Sunday night which will be
addressed by Mr. Hill Montague, of
A wholesome tonic and nerve food, im?
parting vigor and strength to the entire
system. Induces refreshing sleep.
Genaue bears nan..c Hdksfohd's on wrapper.
Richmond, president <>r the Baptist
1'oung People's Union of Virginia.
DR. DANIEL 11,1-.
Dr. Daniel, :i prominent physician eft
Prince George, county, is quite iU.
Dr. R, (). Mcllwalno, of this city, wn.3
telegraphed for to-day to attend himJ
The Democrats of Petersburg will
have a big mass meeting to-morrow
night at ti,- Academy of Music, which
will I-- addressed by Hon. William A,
Glasgow and Mr. R. E. Lee, Jr.
A new road Is to be built between
Lebanon Church nnd Dlsputanta Sta?
tion, on iho Norfolk' and Western fail
road, in Prlhcq George county, assnm
Ing the abandoned James <;. Harrison
lumber railroad track already graded
and crossing Blacicwnter by direct
route, so as to save seven miles In a
; return trip from Brandon to Dlspu
| tanta. There will be a Junction of the
Cabin Point road and the above-named
roaod at Ihe new bridge crossing Black
water. The cost of the new road will
be a butt I (1,000.
A commission of civil engineers of
the counties of Prince George and Dln
wlddlc, and the city of Petersburg, will
shortly be held for the purpose of re?
vising thf county lines between Prince
George and Dinwiddlc. It Is claimed
that lands within several miles of this)
route now claimed by Dlnwltfdie is
justly taxable to Prince George, jmlg
in;r by the Old landmarks near New
? 'arson, on the Atlantic Coast. Line.
The whole question involved is a mat?
ter of taxation.
(By telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pilot.)
Richmond, Va? Oct. 12.?The Grand
Camp of Virginia, Confederate Vot
orans, at Staunton, to-day elec ted tno
followingofilccrs for the; ensuing year:
It. L. Matiry, Richmond, Grand Com?
ma n'der. ? ?
Thomas W. Smith, Suffolk, First
Lieutenant Grand Commander.
.lame:: Magill. Pulaskl, Second Lieu?
tenant Grand Commander.
Thomas I). Hanson. Staunton, Third
Lieu tenant Grand Commander.
Thomas C. Morton, Staunton, In?
spector-Gen. >ral.
Washington Taylor, Norfolk, Quar?
tern in: der-Genera I.
The? Rev. J. P. Hyde. Winchester,
Or. John S. Powell, Occoquan, Sur?
Thomas Kllctt, Richmond. Adjutant
Petersburg was unanimously elected
as Ihe next place of meeting.
PAIN-KILLER as an Internal remedy
has le, equal. In cases of summer com?
plaints, diarrhoea, dysentery, it euros
quickly. Used as a liniment, its action Is
like magic wl*n applied to bad sores,
burns, scalds anil sprains. For the sick
he.ii!a. !.e and toothache, don't fail to try
It. In short it is a POih-Klller. Avoid
substitutes, there is but one Paln-Killor,
Perry Davis". Price. 25c. and OOe. _
Dry and Green Oak Wood.
Dry Pine Wood.
Prompt Delivery.
aw Lovnrr avenue.
Old Phono. 201. Now Phono. 113?.
Best Baltimore Hams, \2l//-c. lb.
Veal Loaf, 1 -lb. cans, 15c.
Grapes, 10c, basket.
Best Butter, 1-lb. prints, 25c. lb.

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