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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - July 6, 1910, Big Stone Gap, Virginia t age eral Southern news. Juul k Vla Loolu. Dallas. Tex. Oct. 27.�?rov. G. H. A. Practical repulse for Tho forces of general White. Several hours of fighting in Tho notch hurl Oil hostile til nil Ttoe to it tit Noiin her of n Hundred Pitt Llnore much heavier. Bra Tau ise Porta. London. Oct. 21.�?the daily Telegraph has the following account of yesterday s engagement at Ladysmith from its special correspondent at the front an reconnaissance occurred yesterday. General sir George Stewart White advanced before Daybreak with All the available forces from lady Builth. Moving toward tint in you. Two brigades were unde. Colonels Lan Hamilton and Howard and another general sir Archibald Hunter went toward us Luau. While two Reg infants. Guided by major Adye. Marched on our extreme left beyond the old Camp. The Glrst Advent was made at Dawa with the object of shelling the stoers from the position where on sunday they had mounted a number of guns. On reaching the spot however it was found that they had evacuated the position. The British continued to Advance and the movement developed into a Reconnu Sauve in Force. The enemy were posted on a Range of Hills having a frontage of about 111 Miles. General White s plan of operations was that As the movement developed the Forve constituting our Center which was disposed under cover of a Kopje about three Miles from the town should throw itself upon the enemy while the left flank was being held by the Fusiliers and the g of testers. The schema was Well advised but failed in execution owing to the fact that the Boer position which formed our objective was evacuated. Our artillery quickly reduced the volume of the enemy s fire but the attack delivered on our right flank was the principal one. And the column was compel led to change. The Boer attack had been silenced for a time and our infantry advanced covered by cavalry. The enemy now began to develop a heavy counter attack and As they were in great numerical superiority Gen Crul White gave orders for the infantry to be gradually withdrawn. The movement was carried out with great steadiness cover of our guns which made excellent practice. Some shells were thrown into the town from the enemy s -10-Pounders at a Range of Over 1,000 Yards but no damage was done. The engagement lasted several hours and resulted on our Side in casualties estimated at from 90 to 100. The Boer must have largely exceeded this total. The attack was admirably deliverer by our right and the Boers were fairly driven out of one of their strongholds near lombards Kop. It was not possible. However to push the Success much further As beyond that Point Lay a Long broken Ridge affording every kind of natural cover. Of this the enemy took the fullest advantage. The naval brigade which landed at Durban arrived on the scene toward the end of the fight and immediately brought their heavy guns into play. Their practice was magnificent. At the fourth shot the enemy s 40-Pounders had been knocked out of action. The town is now freed from apprehension of bombardment. Through out the engagement the Boers held their ground with courage and tenacity. And considering the intensity of our artillery fire they must have Sut feed severely. Admiral Dewey a Bride. Hero of Manila announces ills engagement to mrs. Flonzon. Washington. Oct. 3l�?Admiral Dewey announced to some of his More intimate friends last night the fact of his engagement to mrs. W. B. Hazen of this City. Mrs. Hazen is the widow of general Hazen. Formerly chief signal officer of the army who died about ten years ago. And is a sister of John r. Mclean democratic candidate for governor of Ohio. Mrs. Hazen has no children and since her husband s death has made her Home with Ber Inether. She is a woman of Large Means about 40 years of age and popular in the Best social circles of Washington. The Date for the wedding has not been fixed. Admiral Dewey yesterday took Possession of his new Home. The last of the furniture was arranged in the new House yesterday and the Admiral s trunks were brought up from the apartments he has been occupying at the Everett. Christmas boxes for Trio soldiers. New York oct. 31.�?at the army pier in Brooklyn yesterday a corps of men were busily engaged receiving and recording the Wagon loads of boxes which came in from All parts of the country for the United states soldiers in the Philippines. The government furnishes free transportation and Many persons Are taking advantage of the fact to Send Christmas boxes. It is expected that the transport Thomas which sails on saturday with the forty seventh regiment will take most of the 3,000 packages now at the pier. Other gifts will be forwarded by the Meade Logan and Crook. A Coral Henry a funeral. New York oct. 30.�?the largest and most impressive military funeral Parade since the death of general William t. Sherman took place yesterday when the body of general gut v. Henry sex governor of Porto Rico who died of pneumonia Friday morning was removed from his residence to the Pennsylvania Railroad train that conveyed it to Washington whore the interment was made today in Arlington cemetery. The funeral cortege was escorted from his late residence through crowded streets by the seventh. Sixty ninth and seventy third Reg Monts to the Pennsylvania Railroad ferry and thence conveyed to Jersey City where the train was taken for Washington. Heffli Nymen in get. Louis. St. Louis. Oct. 31.�?robert b. Jennings. Secretary and treasurer of the Broadway Cable line was robbed of 31.043 in Cash and $48,750 in checks while standing on the rear platform of a Broadway car at Broadway and Washington Avenue at noon yesterday. The robbery committed in Broad Daylight in one of the busiest Corners of st. Louis. Is regarded As one of the most daring crimes committed in the history of local police annals. One thief jostled or. Jennings while another picked his pocket and both escaped before the loss was discovered. Several years ago or. Jennings was robbed in a similar manner. The thieves Are now saving sentences. Woman killed in Rinir Street flu lit. Ironton oct. 31.�?c. P. Moore of Green River by. Resisted arrest for disorderly conduct yesterday afternoon and a running fight with the officers ensued Moore emptied a revolver and one Bullet which went wild passed through the window of a residence killing mrs. Lot Henthorn. Who was Patching the fight. Moore was finally Morrison the wife murderer was hauled at 1 o clock this afternoon at Vernon. Governor Sayres having refused to commute the death sentence to life imprisonment. Charleston. W. Vul a oct. 30.�?the strike of Coal a Lucas which started in the new River District six weeks ago for an Advance of five cents a ton has been officially declared off. The Advance was granted by Only 13 of the 45 mines in the held. Columbia. S. Cd a oct. �7.�?yesterday at Darlington de Luckey nud Tom Mitchell were convicted of assault Oil u while woman at Lamar two weeks ago. They will hang together nov. 24. Their victim was left insensible in the Woods and her condition is critical. Athens. Gnu a oct. 20�? a total eclipse of the Sun will take place May 29. Next year. Astronomers from All Over the world Are expected Here to take observations. The government parties of the United states and great Britain have already announced their Luton Tion of participating. Macon. Ga., oct. 31.�?mr. E. Brown in charge of a fish commission car. Is in the City. To Bluds up u tour of the state Here during which he has distributed something like 30,000,000 Young fish. The varieties distributed Are principally Rainbow Trout Black Buss and Bream. He goes from Here to Chattanooga. Macon a. Oct. 28.�?John Goosby. A negro was lynched during the Early hours of yesterday morning at regal s Mill six Miles from Macon by a party of 75 men from Twigg s county. Thursday morning at his Plantation 14 Miles from Macon j. T. Robinson n Farmer was Cut by Goosby. And it was thought that the wounds would prove fatal. Knoxville oct. 30.�?w. H. Greer a United states Revenue officer was shot Friday by Bill Hunnycutt. A noted Moonshiner and died on saturday near Elk Park n. C. Deputy Sherlf Witt Phillips was fatally shot by Hunnel cult when an attempt at arrest was made. Hunnycutt has killed five men. He has fortified himself in a Rocky Bluff on Iron Mountain. Montgomery. Oct. 27.�?colonel John d. Roquemore of this City yesterday announced his candidacy for the United states Senate to succeed Hon. John t. Morgan. Colonel Roquemore is a lawyer and has never been an officeholder except to represent Barbour county in the state Senate. The contest promises to be extremely warm. Senator Morgan and sex governor Oates Are the other candidates. Richmond oct. 26.�?the announcement that president Mckinley will visit Richmond on oct. 31. The occasion of the launching of the torpedo boat Subrick. Was received with great satisfaction Here and preparations for Bis reception and entertainment were commenced immediately. It is possible that he will be Given u Public reception either at one of the social clubs or at the executive mansion. Plattsburg. To. Oct. 31.�?j. P. Lou Rev. A Well known travelling Salesman of st. Joseph committed suicide at the Laclede hotel yesterday. Lourey was infatuated with a Plattsburg Young woman and when she refused to marry him he attempted to kill her. Yesterday a marshal went to the hotel with a warrant for Lourey s arrest. When the officer appeared Lourey shot himself dead. Atlanta. A. Oct. 26.�?Tho arrival of Lieuten nut Brumby of the Olympia Here lust night to receive his formal Welcome into the City Aud his native state was the signal for a noisy and Teuthus Leslic demonstration. To was Given a reception at the capital City club and today the presentation of the sword trom the people of Georgia took place in front of the state Capitol. The sword was presented by governor Candler. Lynchburg Van a oct. 27.�?a Brilliant wedding was celebrated yesterday at st. Paul a episcopal Church when Hon. Marlin Edgar Olmstead. Of Harrisburg. Pa., led to the altar miss Gertrude Howard Niece of Captain Charles m. Blackford of this City. The Church was crowded. Governor and mrs. Stone of Pennsylvania were among the out of town people present. Major Olmstead represents the Harrisburg District of Pennsylvania in Congress. Knoxville oct. 28.�?leon Jackson a miser and eccentric character of Newport tenn., was murdered at his Home Early in the morning. Three men called at the House ostensibly to get something to eat and provoked a quarrel. Mrs. Jackson was compelled to leave the House by their conduct and in her absence the husband was murdered. The strangers secured $600 hidden in the House and fled into the mountains. Cornelius Vanderbilt millions. All Rud. Tin second son lots the bulk of Fly i Firo it Fortune. New Yolk. Oct. 27.�?the provisions of the will of Tho late Cornelius Vanderbilt were made Public last night in a statement by Chauncey m. Depew. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt inherits the larger portion of his fathers Fortune and becomes practically the head of the Vanderbilt family. The will makes no mention of the marriage of Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr., to miss Wilson. Nor to any quarrel Between father and son because of the Union but apparently the father s displeasure was visited upon the eldest son he receiving All told under the terms of the will but $1.500.000, and $1,000,000 of this is held in Trust by the executors. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt is. Of course the residuary Legatee and will possess a Fortune of probably $40,000,000 to $50,000.000. Gladys. Reginald and Gertrude mrs. Harry Payne Whitney will receive about $7.500,000 each. To avoid protracted litigation however. Which Cornelius threatened. Alfred agrees to increase Cornelius share to $10 000.000 in Cash. Cornelius will leave the employment of the Central Railroad and will go into the bunking business with his father in Law r. T. We Lynn. The dead millionaire s will was 8,000 words Long disposing of about $10.000 for every word written. An Alabama holocaust. Two promos 111 the Pine destroyed Anil Fourt ocl. Lives Suerin ced. Mobile. Oct. 27.�?news reached Here last evening that 14 people had been burned to death at a place known As fairs. In Baldwin county. 30 Miles from Mobile. A Colony is established at Faires. Some time during monday night the dwellings of hurry Goodlow and Samuel Smithson were burned and All the occupants perished. The Goodlow family consisted of father Mother and six children. There were six persons in the Smithson House., the husband wife three children and a sister of or. Smithson. Pine Trees surrounded the House and caught fire from the flames and prevented the neighbors from rendering any assistance. The two families came from Iowa. Sixty i i Iii nit Kiel Crmen lost. Gloucester. Mass., oct. 31.�?sixty men of the Gloucester fishing Fleet were lost during the your just ended a less number than usual. They left 15 widows and 25 children. Fifteen vessels valued at $79,750, were lost. Rii the vice president s condition has assumed a critical phase. Feak Stathe cannot survive a. W. Wilson or lob dirt Lefo loner it i Miil Mill la nov Pari tier think Ilo Xiam not Iso Iier to 1.1vo a tin View pros lilt u in a my Ltd not a 0101 my. Paterson. N. A. Oct. 31.�?vice president Hobart who has been ill for weeks at his in Etc in ills City suffered a relapse yesterday morning. He Hud u succession of choking spells resulting from no imperfect action of the heart an old Afi Littlon. Complicated with inflammation of the stomach. Or. Hobart has not Ceu Able to attend to his private affairs for several Days and an intimate Friend has been Given Power of attorney to sign checks and attend to other matters of that character. Vice president Hobart. Vice president Hobart has been 111 Ever since he close of the lust Congress. Or. W. E. Newton says that Between 11 o clock sunday night and 2 of clock yesterday morning or. To Bort s condition was More critical than it had been at any Lime during the eight months he has been �11. Or. Newton refused to make any definite statement As to Trio cause of or. Hobart s illness. Me said however. That the report that or. Hobart s mind was la any Way affected by the illness was untrue. This statement was also made by members of the family and by heart Tuttle the vice president s Secretary. No one is admitted to the Hobart House. All callers Evon the neighbors Are referred to or. Newton and Only mrs. Hobart and her son Are allowed to see the sick Man. A. A. Wilson. Or. Hobart s lifelong Friend and Law partner said he feared the vice president had not Long to live. He refused to enter into details relative to tic malady from which the patient suffers but ills idea was that it was necessarily fatal although not immediately so. Senator William p. Frye of Maine. Is now president pro Tern of the Senate. And in the event of Tho death of or. Hobart will Call the Senate to order when in meets in december next. At 1 05 a. M. Let a. Newton his wife Aud heart a. Tuttle wore summoned to the residence of vice president to Bort. No word came from the sick chamber but the summoning of these persons is not regarded As a favourable a now t Tiro for Iii Silty. Centerville la., oct. 31.�?dr. R. Bernard whose cure of insanity by resetting a Bone in the patient s neck Lias excited great interest among the physicians of this Section has been invited to visit the state Asylum for the insane and examine the patients there. At a professional dinner in this City last night or. Der nerd declared his belief that two thirds of the insanity cases could be cured by the resetting of dislocated Bones. Disobeyed orders and met death. Terre haute. Ind., oct. 31.�?an electric spark from a switchboard at the Indiana water company s Plant at Fontaine this county ignited some powder on the clothing of Sumuel King and Alfred Mcbride burning both to death. Dyke Overly was badly burned. But will recover. The men went into the motor House of the Plant contrary to orders. Terrific inuit Lcuirio in in slim. Santiago de Cuba oct. 30.�?after five Days of continuous rain storms a terrific Hurricane from the Southeast swept Over Santiago yesterday causing much destruction. Twelve houses were wrecked and others badly damaged. The unprecedented rainfall continues. Telegraph wires Are Down and it is impossible for vessels to enter or leave the Harbor. Bolivia s sew Cabinet. Lima Peru. Oct. 31.�?advices from la Paz. The capita of Bolivia report that the new Cabinet has Ceu Well received. It is made up us follows minister of foreign affairs Fernando Gua Challa Interior. Curios Romero finance and Industry de Tenuto Cal Bimonte Justice Samuel Oropeza War Ismael monies. A week s news condensed ool. 0.1. General flt Zhi go Leo has arrived from Tkv Tina on Loave of absence. Can Nilor Tiab insured the Uvea of nil her Transvaal soldiers for $1,000 each. The Adi Absloum to Philadelphia s National Export exposition yesterday Delaware Day numbered 17.742. General cd Pranno Castro who assumed the reins of government at oar a is. Venezuela has to mid a severely anti Andrade Cabinet. Four years ago councilman j. L. Llo Llly of Cleveland. Of. Stopped a runaway horse in Austin. Tex., saving the life of John Wallace a wealthy Farmer. Wallace has just died leaving Reilly $80.000. Timi Minir oct. Cd. Grant Allen the Well known author. Is dead in London. Michael in Volt has resigned from the British House of commons. Russia has opened the Sulli Crimin Gold Fields to foreign exploitation. Forty three High russian officials Aro to to court for fraud und corruption at Sevastopol. Hungarian minors employed at the Millnes Volle a Colliery struck because one Miner had been deposed from the mines to Tho stripping. The st. Units world s fair committed still needs nearly $1,000.000 to Complete the $5,000,000 subscription to carry out the plans of the exposition. Friday Jot st. Sir Henry Irving and his theatrical company reached new York from London. An Industrial school for cuban soldiers orphans is to be established in Santiago. The admissions la l Export exposition yesterday of Muu Day numbered 22,292. A rain Erm tied Tut in crowded trolley car a Dwir i killing conductor Selmic Lertsr and injuring 32 passengers two fatally. Tho Chicago Board of education will insist on in inspection of every child for diphtheria and Scarlet fever before it is admitted to the putt Lic school. The total number of immigrants arriving in this country during the year ending june 30 last was 311,715, in increase of 82.416 Over the preceding year. Sun Rudny. Oct. Sex. Florence Marryatt mrs. Frances Luau the Well know authoress died la London yesterday. While All is quiet in Trio Cowboy and mexican feud on the Border Tho Aii Thorsnes four another outbreak at any time. While a tammany ratification meeting was in Progress a Crank armed with n Marlin Spike threat Neil to kill Richard c Roker. 1 e. O. Osgood of Angelica n. A a a was Blind when he was married 50 years ago. But a surgical opera Tiu has just restored his vision. The cruisers Merb Lolieda Aud Detroit will lie sent to in Anabui to protect american interests in View of the existing revolution in Colombia. The re Loigu ministers to Venezuela have decided not to recognize the Castro administration until so dlr cod by their respective governments. M oilily oct. 30. General Fitzhugh Lee declares that the cuban people Are not yet fitted for self government. Rear Admiral Crowell it Havana will succeed Schley As president of the naval retiring Biourd. A new commercial treaty la being negotiated in Madrid the War having vitiated Tho old treaty. Upsetting u Lump in her barn. Mrs. Edna Vanhorn of lanes Ioro lja., was burned to death in the building. Herbert Cole. 18-year-old Schoolboy is dying at Winona minn., from n fractured Skull received in a football game. George m. Lee son of general Fitzhugh Lee has been appointed a first lieutenant in the thirty ninth infantry. Walter Griffin of wins cd. Conn., deserted from the thirty fifth volunteers it Vancouver to return Home and see his Bride but was arrested and is Likely to be shot. Tuesday. Oct. 81, the new York fire department has added searchlights to its appliances. Princess Isabelle of Orleans and her Cousin. In Rince Jean of Orleans were married in London yesterday. William h. Webb the shipbuilder and philanthropist died in new York yesterday aged s3. He leaves $20.000.000. In a Battle with Zanzibar cannibals. Sex United states Consul Mohun killed 300 Savages and lost nine of his european forces. It is now feared that the missing Clipper Cyrus a Uckfield. From new York for san Francisco has been lost in the Pacific. Captain James Crandell an old yacht skipper was drowned in new London Harbor in a collision Between hts Sloop and a Schooner. The Chicago expire a. Eat ,.pp Folio a and Western a min Ead ran into a open switch near Lew Castle. A. The engine Yas overture aed and George Holiday the fire than was killed. C Mui no a prosecutor drops dead. New York. Oct. 31.�?Wilson ii. Jenkins. Prosecutor of the pleas of Camden. Camden county n. J., dropped dead at the Aqueduct race track on Long Island yesterday. When lie fell he was attended by or. Janies a. Morgan of Brooklyn who in a minute pronounced him dead. Actor cannot use ills Tutlo. New York. Oct. 31.�?lord Yarmouth has been enjoined by his parents against the use of the family name in the career of a professional actor non which he is about to embark. He will be known henceforth to the world As Eric Hope. Dentil or n vote rim cover snout clerk Washington. Oct. 21.�?George Burtle the oldest clerk of the state department a keeper of the great Aud a close Friend of Daniel Webster died at his residence Here sunday night lie was appointed by Buchanan in 1845. Pelt fit a i it Iii a to Ute Cronce. Aberdeen. S. Do a oct. 28.�?reports from senator Pettigrew s meeting at Woonsocket credit him with Bavin eulogized Aguinaldo As a Patriot and hero. He never once referred to the achievements of the South Dakota regiment in Luzon or mentioned its Home coming. At the conclusion of this portion of ills address he said a i am ashamed of my country 1 would pull Down the and go Back Aud blot out Rechul history if i 6erlone Chorce Iii Blind Tinoher Muncie iud., oct. 31.�?professor Frank Freeman a Blind teacher of languages and music throughout Eastern Indiana was bound Over to thai circuit court yesterday at a preliminary trial charged with criminally is Multi us two children from the orphans Home who were visiting at his Home Over sunday. Tho defendant is 54. He furnished $3,000 Bond. To reclaim swamp lands. Black River Falls wis., oct. 31.�?a drainage canal is planned for Juneau county by which 55.000 acres of swamp lands will be reclaimed. The aggregate ditching will be at least 100 Miles. Bin Dan Nniro canal excursion. Chicago oct. 31.�?a big excursion Down the or Lannge canal Tho new waterway trom Tho great lakes to Tho Mississippi River to include governors senators National representatives and Federal state and City officials is planned by the sanitary District trustees for a week from today and is intended to be the final exhibition of Tho big ditch before Lake Michigan a Waters Are turned into it. The excursion is expected to arouse such enthusiasm that any opposition to the vast Enterprise will dwindle into Insigne finance. Two victims of a Adolf Valparaiso. Oct. Suddon death last week of Senhor Ramon Garcia director general of railways and of Senhor Gregorio Pinochet minister of Industry Anil Public �013 8, under mysterious conditions Cini aed a great sensation. In both cases the medical authorities certified that death was due to pneumonia. It is rumoured however. That both succumbed to wounds received in a Duel with swords conducted in the most barbarous fashion neither having any knowledge of fencing. Hid ills Money in n plan to. New York. Oct. 31.�?nine thousand dollars in Cash placed for Safe keeping in a tin Box and Bidden in a piano was stolen yesterday from Dietrich von Sonsten of third Avenue. The police suspect n Young Man who has been calling on Vonsoosten s Niece for the last seven months. He is Carl Hollo. Said to he a Memler of the eighth regiment. The Champion Benedict Chicago oct. 31.�?chef of detectives Colleran received a Telegram from Baltimore yesterday stating that Walter l. Farnsworth the confessed bigamist now in jail Here and who is said to have had 42 wives is wanted in that City for marrying four women under the name of Strung Orville Thomas. This is said to be his real name. Curo cold in head. Kermott s chocolates laxative quinine easy to take and Quick to euro cold in head and sore Troat. Colonel Bell scouring the country about Bacolor daily. A Spanish commission returns. Car Filiti it Aniforo of torn unit Cen a fwd a flirt to Mcc Tiro Trio Hullo of Pru Ouer a Irlonia Ivi Moo or in. San i a abutted. Manila. Oct. 31.�?three companies of colonel Bell s regiment have had two encounters with the insurgents near Latham and scattered them. The insurgents left four officers und eight men dead on the Field and the americans captured three prisoners and several gnus. On the american Side one Man was killed and two of Vicors and six men wounded. Cup Nln French took a Reco Nolter Long party beyond la Liam after lie had met the enemy and was reinforced by major Bishop with two companies. The Linsui Gula brought up cavalry reinforcements and there was a second fight during which their Leader. Major Salvador was killed and Many were wounded and carried away. Colonel Boll has been Given a free hand around Bacolor. He has 60 mounted men scouring the country Dally and they Are killing Many filipinos in skirmishes. Major Bull acc s battalion of Tho Twenty second infantry entered Cabanatuan you Erduy meeting with no resistance. The natives welcomed the americans shouting a Viva los the insurgent troops had lied to the mountains. The Spanish commission which entered the Lusu Ravul lines a Mouth ago with Money to relieve the wants of Aero Rel thousand military und civil Spanish prisoners returned to Angeles yesterday. Thu commissioners report that l Hoy spent most of the time in Tori a and the Vicinity where there Are some 200 sick spaniards in the Hospital. The filipinos Iii treat und ill feed them refusing to surrender them us Well us the Oiler Spanish prisoners in the Hope of compelling Spain to ree Munize the Independence of Tho islands. There lire 14 american prisoners they say at Tarlac. Nil of wimm Are Well treated. Lieutenant j. C. Gillmore. Of the Stales gunboat Yorktown who fell into the hands of the insurgents at Bajer on the uni const of Luzon lust april is it ulu gut. The commissioners have brought u letter to general oils from it relative of the murdered filipino general Luna who wishes to avenge the assassination by Aguinaldo s officers and who asks a personal interview with the military governor. According to the commissioners statement Aguinaldo who is still a Taliu with 3,000 troops wishes to continue Tho War although he has n High opinion of the american officers and soldiers. Aguinaldo is said to be Well supplied with arms and ammunition and he is nude to get plenty of Rico from the Northern provinces. Kwh the san Neh commissioners came n Large number of women the families of ought prominent officers of line filipino army who recently applied to general oils for permission to Send their families to Manlulu. Gen sral Macarthur compelled them to halt about a mile beyond the outposts where they will remain while their credentials Are being examined. I i a l i. I a. .1 i Iii Quot Lulli tin Quot of a a a. New York. Oct. 31.�?the in in Naylon la ferryboat Chicago plying Between Jersey City and new York was Cut in two by the Steamer City of Augusta of the Savannah steamship line Ai 12 35 this morning on the new York Side of North River. She went Down in seven or eight minutes. There were 30 or 40 people aboard four being women. It is supposed that several persons were drowned though there is no positive proof of this assertion. In spite of the severity of the Accident there was no panic. Most of the people were on the upper deck and Only half a dozen persons were on the lower deck. Most of the persons Mun aged to obtain life preservers. Some others who could not obtain them about half a dozen in number swam ashore. Estimates made by the persons who succeeded in escaping vary widely some thinking it possible that no loss of life resulted while others believe that at least a score of persons were drowned. The Steamboat squad a few minutes before 2 of clock found a body which it is supposed is that of one of the passengers on the ferryboat drowned of the result of the collision. Or. H. W. Bible of this City says he saw four women struggling in the water near him but was us ate to help bum. He was picked up by a Lifeboat. One Host brought in six men two women a wid a Chelc cup Tehi Duran a Zooi handed the Chicago. 11� is of the opinion that no lives were lost Nealess perhaps that a Ono of his for Emo. Broom. Seven wagons and teams were lost. One of these belonged to the american express company und had $3,000 Worth of Sliver on it. Tho Ivi re i Oss telegraphy tests. New York oct. 31.�?Over 29 Miles of the Atlantic Ocean Over housetops Church Spires towering office buildings the Marconi electrical Ripples successfully tarried and dropped messages Between two moving warships yesterday. The naval test at sea proved that within a radius of 21 Miles messages can be transmitted by wireless telegraphy with All the accuracy and precision of an Ordinary land line. It also proved that Hills High buildings wires and wind currents do not interfere in the slightest degree with the transmission of messages. The produce markets. Philadelphia. Oct. 31 a flour in Light demand Winter superfine. $2.25412.40 Pennsylvania roller Clear. S3.1ui 3.2u Olty Mills extra. 52.ipfi/ 2.to. Bye flour at j.1.c0 per Burrol for Choice Pennsylvania. Wheat Dull no. 2 red. Spot. In Clevn tor. . Corn slow no. 2 mixed spot in elevator 3s4ili39c. No. 2 yellow for local Trade. 42c. Oats steady no. 2 White clipped. 32c. Lower grades. 28530c. Hay firm Choice Tinothy. $16 for Large Bales. Beef Strong beef hams $234124. Pork firm family f1.3ijl3.5a. Lard steady Western steamed. $5 60. Butter Strong Western Creamery 17�j24c. Do. Factory. ?16fce. June Creamery. 11�23c. Imitation Creamery 15vj4i0c. New Tork Dairy. do. Creamery. 170240. Fancy Pennsylvania prints jobbing at 26 <fi22c. Do. Wholesale. 25c. Cheese quiet Kirgo. While. Us Small do. 1341c. Lurge. Coloured. I2ii18tic. Small do. 12tic. Eggs Dull new York and Pennsylvania. 2l�v& 21c. Western ungraded at Mark. 14 Tritsc. Potatoes quiet Jersey $101.25 new York. $101.25 Long Island ft.12 401.50 Jersey sweets. $1.5002 Southern do. 1.25. Cabbage Dull Long Island. $203 per 104. Or. H. E. Swift the Well known representative of j. N. Murdoch. Wholesale druggist of Parkersburg. W. A. Says a i was completely Laid up with cholera nor bus. Bought a bottle of Kermott s ext. Blackberry and w As completely cured with one dose. Would not be without it if in Cost me 5? 00 a bottle. And heartily recommend Kermott s ext. Blackberry of the Best remedy on the Market for summer complaint diarrhoea. Cholera Moribus Etc. . Syu t. Johnston a Sarsaparilla quart bottles. Woman a troubles and female diseases. Painful and suppressed menses irregularity Whites sterility ulceration of the uterus change of life in Matron or maid All find Relief help Benefit and cure in Johns tones sarsapa1ulla. It is a real Punu Cea for All pain or headache about the top or Back of the head distress in pain in the left Side a disturbed condition of digestion palpitation of the heart cold hands and feet nervousness and irritation sleeplessness muscular weakness bearing Down pins backache Legathe irregular action of the heart shortness of breath abnormal discharges with extremely painful menstruation scalding of urine swelling of feet soreness of the breasts neuralgia uterine displacement and Catarrh and All those symptoms and troubles which make the average woman s life 60 miserable. Mnigri Oaas 1 ii170 co., Detroit Mie. New York Phila. It Norfolk . Time Tab rein effect nov. 20,1897 quickest and div daily line Between Boston new York filila., Norfolk and old Point Comfort. Northward station Cape Charles. Cli Eriton. Only Hailwood. 92 82 64 Phila . Old acc. Exp. Point exp. . . . 5 30 7 30�00 7 40 Jet 7 10 8 40 9 40 10 55�9 50 110419 53 11 0��10 01 11 14110 08 11 21no in 11 2�no 22 11 32. 110 31 11 40no 4� 11 47no 4� 11 52no is 11 57ill 57 12 031105 12 1111 18 12 22full 25 12 291132 12 37 11 35 12 40full 37 12 44full 43 12 53 0 10 u 55 1 0� �15 12 00 �40 12 10 1 25 0 5� 12 20 131 Loretto 7 02 eden.7 08 fruitluud7 18 salisbury7 35 12 47 deluiar.7 05 1 00 arrive . . 1 56 2 09 . Arrive . . Baltimore Union station. 12 35 0 19 0 55 Wilmington 11 25 4 20 5 04 Phila. Broad st. Station. 12 00 5 10 5 43 Trenton. 2 23 �24 Newark. 2 25 7 18 new York p. R. R. 3 03 7 43 8 23 southward 85 97 45 Cris nor old Field Folk Point exp. Exp. Exp. Leave . . . New York p. R. R. 8 00 8 00 Newark. 8 32 8 25 Trenton. 9 50 9 23 Phila. Broad st. Station. 7 25 10 50 10 20 Wilmington 8 13 1158 110-1 Baltimore Union station. 6 25 7 53 9 05 leave. . . . Delmar. 11 37 2 55 1 51 Salisbury. 11 50 8 of 2 02 fruitlaud12 01 eden.12 06 lorettofl2 11 Princess Anne. 18 20 3 29 2 23 Kings Creek. 12 80 3 33 2 34 Costen. 12 55 3 43 2 44 Pocomoke. 1 00 3 49 2 47 new Church a f4 01 2 50 Oak Hall. F4 00 3 03 Broomtown f4 08 3 05 Hailwood. 4 14 8 10 Blowout. A 13 3 16 Parksley a 26 3 24 Tasley. 4 38 3 87 Only. F4 41 3 40 Leifa. 4 40 3 40 Keller. 4 52 3 52 Mapp Iburg. 4 57 3 57 exp More. 5 0o 4 04 Nassawadox. 512 411 Bird s nest. 5 19 4 17 mjg Lii Pongo. 15 25 4 24 Eastville. 5 33 4 31 Cobbs. 5 42 4 38 a Britou. F5 45 4 41 Cape Charles 0 05 4 55 old Point Comfort 8 00 6 50 Norfolk. 9 00 7 50 Portsmouth. 9 10 8 00 arrive. . . . A of a stops for passengers on signal to conductor. Daily except sunday. R. B. Cooke. R. H. Nicholas Gene a. Freight amp supt. Pass. Agent Cape Charles a Norfolk. A. To Mil �?7hose in want of doors ssh windows blinds bricks Lime Cement . Paints oils Stone Well curbing Cook and parlor stoves. Amp a. Our 1890 prices will speak for themselves. We have the goods and Quality to equal any on the Market try be with your orders and be convinced. Respectfully mxpa1ks it co Samts Lmar a. Cemetery notice. Persons in Accomac and adjoining counties wishing to Mark the grave of a relative or Friend with a a Monument Tablet Tomb or Headstone in Marble or polished Granite cad now do so at a very Small outlay As we keep in Stock a Large collection of finished work of modern designs of the Best workmanship and at the very lowest prices. 6 w. Fayette st., near Charles. 314 s. Charles st. Near Camden. Established seventh file tears. Baltimore my. Snow amp co. Commission fruit and produce Boston. 33 years experience. Refer to any Bank or business institution in Boston or any potable commission House or fruit and produce dealer in the world. Ship your round and Sweet potatoes berries peas game &c., to Chapin Brothers 97 South Market st Boston mass. A members old Boston chamber of Commerce Boston fruit amp produce Exchange commission merchants league l. B. A. Invoice cards stencils and Market quotations furnished by be. A. Ames Only j. B. Smith. P. W. Holden. W. T. James. Smith Holden amp James general commission merchants Southern fruits and produce potatoes and strawberries a specially. 311 was six a a a bots. Shipping no. 142 Mew York. Reference a Irving National Bank and commercial agencies. Established 1843. W a buet0n with shipping no. 36. W. A a. Most Rhea s a was fruit and produce a commission merchants a 119 Warren Street new York Between Washington and West streets. Geo. W. Tull with me i la fruit and produce commission merchants. 40 10 50 Hewitt ave West Washington Market Lini at a first shipping no. 5, j i univ. Engines boilers and nachinery�?0 of All kinds at our Wol. Equipped -5-,ajl solid and inserted tooth circular saws in Stock Mill supplies oils belting pulleys mandrels. Prompt shipments guaranteed. O a o address Lur pitied a i Mammoth hardware store. A Giundi and machine shops Sale Maryland. W team ice Ream works piss a a la we m Arion station my. Send your orders to me i will make prices As Low As any others and guarantee the Quality to lie better. ship on any express that goes Down your rail Road or any Steamboat that goes to your wharves. _ Thos j.powell4 co., wholesale dealers in Louie a ant Willow Ware paper paper bags twine envelopes rope grocers Sun Tolj dries Etc. Tilt �?103 South Charles Street a Baltimore my. New Fountain hotel Cor. Pratt amp Calvert its. Baltimore my. European plan. Rooms 50 cts., 75 cts. And $1 per Day this House is now open is entirely new and is equipped with All the modern conveniences elevator elec Trie lights electric Ca i belly. Steam beat Baths amp a. Bra a Reily m cd a o 4-3 c3 o in o o co and jewelry repaired on Short notice. I have for Sale watches clocks jewelry spectacles a Eye classes and silverware in Manv styles and at lowest prices we. Sartorius Pocomoke City my. Grill be at Accomac c. H. Every oort Day

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