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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 22, 1910, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Linw Quot or t beats Shamrock a mile and a half in a thirty mile Raco. Splendid contest throughout this american Ync lit t la up Challou Irver by ton Monuto nil fou it Teon scout la a Superior Hoth in unit liter i Tut Lusu Lenir before the wll. New York out. 17.�?the Viqi which the old Schooner America won so com Maitil ugly against All Comers Over the course around the Isle of Wight in 1s5i. Ami brought Back across the seas will probably remain Here another year. In a glorious Breeze Over a Windward and Leeward course of 30 Miles the Columbia scored against Shamrock yesterday in the Glrst race of the 3310 series. She bounded across the bluish Hue fully a mile and a bait ahead of the challenger defeating her by 10 minutes and 11 seconds actual time or 10 minutes and s seconds corrected time. Columbia covered the course in 4b. 53s. Shamrock sh., 5m. 10s. Although the preponderance of expert opinion never wavered in us loyalty to the wonderful Speed and ability of the White liver no nautical Sharp expected that the Shamrock would be so overwhelmingly vanquished As was in yesterday s Royal struggle. The Yankee boat out generated her at the Start beat Lar hopelessly in Windward work to the outer Mark and gained 33 seconds in the run Home before the wind. There was a Good Strong to to 13 knot Breeze and it held throughout the race. It is undoubtedly a bitter blow because the English Hopes of lifting the cup have never been higher since the Thistle and Volunteer met in 1s87. Like the Shamrock was decisively Defeated in the Glrst hours sailing. The regatta committee As a result of the showing made by the Columbia yesterday. Are convinced that the cup is Safe. Blow High or Low. Columbia it is believed by Ber manager. Or. Is Liu. Can beat Shamrock. Sir Thomas like the True sportsman that he is. Confessed after the race that he had been fairly beaten. He bad no apologies to make. The race was a magnificent Duel and made up for the repeated disappointments the sightseers have suffered. It was anything but a comfortable Day on the water. The Prospect was not alluring. Still the Mist wreaths were carried along by a Good ten knot Breeze right in from the cast and the old Shell backs said there was Mure wind where that came from. But the excursion lists who went Down the Bay were not very hopeful until they got outside where the wind was fresher and whipped some form out of the Waves. Mrs. Iselin was not to be deterred by the bad weather and was a conspicuous figure on the Columbia wrapped up like an old Salt in a yellow Oilskin. The ska Movek footed valiantly but neither in Speed nor in pointing could compare with Columbia. Nothing could have been Rattler than the Way Columbia swept around the outer Mark gracefully us a Swan. In a Quarter of a mile from the Home run the Columbia crossed the path of the Shamrock still beating to Windward. And robbed her of the wind for a minute As went past. It was nine minutes and fort line seconds later when the Shamrock swung around the Mark and squared away for the finish. There was u soul stirring scene As the Columbia approached the finish. The excursion boats had gathered there in a sell Crele to give her Welcome. And As swept across the finish bedlam broke Loose. The steam whistles shrieked the sirens wailed the Corsair the flagship of the new York yacht club and several other yachts lung their powder into smoke and the multitudes on the decks of the Side wheelers cheered. The Corsair hauled Down All her private signals and set old glory at each Masthead and Gaff and Taf frail. The Crew of the Columbia gathered aft. Hur Rahed with bared Heads then As lowered her Headstalls and took the Tow line from her tender the crowd waited Over ten minutes until Shamrock had crossed and the Fleet had Given Lier stentorian expression of Good will. Then they scampered after Columbia crowding about her and cheering her again and again while the bands played Quot Hail Columbia Quot Quot Yankee Doodle Quot and other patriotic airs. They escorted her All the Way to her Anchorage inside the Hook. All those on Board the Erin who saw the race agreed that there were no flukes and that both yachts were sailed on their merits. Of All the tugs steamers and yachts whose whistles saluted the Victor none blew More shrilly than that of the yacht owned by the Gallant gentleman who still Hopes to take away the cup. Sir Thomas Lipton took his defeat with the spirit of a True spoils Man. Quot it was a fair and Square race Quot said he to a press representative who saw him on Board the Erin. A we were beaten fairly. No two boats Ever sailed a better race and they were equally Well handled As far As 1 could 1 banqueting Marconi. New York italians Honor Ilia Inion Lor or wireless . New York. Oct. 17.�?signor Eugene Glielmo Marconi the inventor of the wireless Telegraph system was the Ige Keral Southern news. I . .vo., oct. 13.�?mrs. Cornelia will had been expected to play Art ,.star witness yesterday in inc trial of her brother. Alexander Jester charged with the murder of Gilbert gales son of Tho Quot Chicago millionaire. Will not take the stand. Counsel tor the state decided that a woman who betray Lior brother would not give unprejudiced testimony and that mrs. Street s testimony would prove detrimental. It was mrs. Street who caused the arrest of her brother in Oklahoma 27 years after he escaped from Missouri. She says Jester squandered her Money and threatened to kill her. Baltimore. Oct. John j. Williams mayor of Winchester a. And sex grand commander of the Virginia Camp of Confederate veterans died at st. Joseph s Hospital this City yesterday colonel Williams had for some time been ailing with a malady of the stomach. Five Days ago he came to this City for treatment and in operation was performed at the Hospital. His condition had been weakened by weeks of suffering and the Shock was too great. Colonel Williams ves 57 years old and was one of Virginia a most Brilliant lawyers. At the time of his death he was serving his fourth term As mayor of Winchester. Do Mellon. Fla. Oct. 17.�?an attempt was made by negroes to kill night marshal j. J. Stephens and his uncles w. 11. And j. S. Stephens sunday night. Seven or eight negroes held up j. J Stephens with rifles they Hud armed themselves with. J. S. Stephens who is a Day marshal was still on duty Aud came to the Rescue of the night marshal. The negroes opened fire without effect whereupon the two while men replied killing Tom Lamsey and wounding another who escaped with his friends. It is thought the negroes had plotted to kill w. H. Stephens who had been very strict with the negroes while to was marshal. Alexandria. A. Oct. 13�?the founding of the City of Alexandria 330 years ago was celebrated yesterday with an elaborate out door display. The weather was delightful and crowds of visitors from Washington and the surrounding country thronged the streets. Bunting and the National Flag adorned All the business houses and private residences. The principal event was the Street pageant in the afternoon including a Long line of floats one of which was a vehicle de Sigurd to reproduce at nearly As possible a Carriage in which general George Washington and his wife set out from mount Vernon for new York on the occasion of Washington s inauguration As first president. Wheeling. W. A. Out. 12.�?yesterday at Short Creek nine Miles above the City a North bound passenger train collided with a special from Pittsburg. The latter bringing delegations from Western Pennsylvania to the tri state Encampment of the uniform Bank knights of pythias. Eight person. Were seriously injured two fatally. The special had orders to take the siding at Short Creek but the Engineer of the special it is said forgot Aud a minute later the two trains came together and were badly wrecked. The dangerously injured Are Reuben King of Steubenville fireman fracture of Skull p. J. Walsh of Midway pa., a passenger paralysed below the Waist. Tavares. Fla., oct. 14.�?mrs. Leonard Neumeister and Fred w. Nye. After a preliminary hearing on the charge of murdering Leonard Neumeister have been imprisoned without Ball for the crime. Two years ago there came from Louisville to Altoona. Lake county Leonard Neumister and his wife and with them was a Man named Fred w. Nye. Not Long before this time or. Neumeister had fallen heir to about $50.100. About three weeks ago the old Man was missing and mrs. Neu Molster declared bad found a letter written by him and left in the House saying that he Ltd intended to drown himself. The body was found in the water. It is believed that the letter was not written by be Smelstor. New Orleans oct. 12.�?judge Laplace. A prominent planter and a member of the state Senate was found dead on his Plantation 20 Miles from Here yesterday morning. The judge was called from Home at 10 of clock tuesday night. While he was walking toward the Road a mob of men with White masks suddenly Rose around him. Seized him and pinioned his arms. He was led some distance when the crowd halted one Man placed a pistol to Laplace a Back and sent a Bullet into his body killing him instantly. The body was left in the Road rain fell on it during the night und it was rescued from the mud by relatives yesterday. These relatives aver that the killing was political. Another Story is that a Young woman was involved. Durham n. C., oct. 12.�?two daring burglaries were committed at the residences of general Julian s. Carr and judge r. W. Winston in this City tuesday . At general Carr s the loss will amount to some $3.500 to $4,00�. The burglar or burglars entered general Carr s bedroom and stole a Diamond stud from a shirt beside the bed on which the general was sleep ing. This Diamond Orna Ineat was valued at $1,000, and was a registered s on. It was stolen during the world s fair at Chicago but was afterwards recovered by Pinkerton men. Other jewelry taken increases the loss to $3,500 or $4.000. The articles of jewelry stolen from judge Winston were found near a Side Gate a a the Back Yard where it is supposed i hey dropped by the burglar in his flight. Sevierville. Ten�., oct. Z4.�?an attempt by three masked men to Rob the Sevierville bunk yesterday resulted disastrously for All of them. William Derrick was killed William tour mar fatally wounded and Cal Derrick slightly wounded. About Noou three masked men armed with Winchester und braces of heavy Colts pistols began tiring into the open door of the Bank. Of ulcers. Who had been warned Hud secreted themselves in a building opposite the link and the fire of the outlaws was promptly answered by a fusillade. Thurmer the Leader of the robbers dropped to the ground mortally wounded. Cul Derrick fell seriously wounded. The third Man. William Derrick fled but being pursued shouted Quot Good Bye placed his pistol to ills head and blew out Bis brains. Thurmer cannot live. Guglielmo Marconi guest of Honor last night at a dinner Given by the italian chamber of Commerce. Covers were Laid for 250 guests. Corone Antonio Zucca who is president of the chamber presided. Signor Marconi responded to the Toast Quot the evolution of tie the Lun Lisitin n Ewltia trial. Philadelphia. Oct. 17�?the defense yesterday finished its presentation of testimony in the United states District court in the Case of Ella re p. Ingham and Harvey k. Newitt charged with conspiracy to protect counterfeiters und bribery of a secret service official. It was a Day of sons Attoul proceedings or. Newitt who underwent a rigorous Cross examination by tic government at one time hotly threatening United states dirt rect attorney Beck alleging if it were possible for the latter to go on the stand he would make him disclose what he would not want to admit. Judge Mcpherson promptly put an end to this. Or. Beck had previously called attention to the assertions made about him by both defendants while they were on the stand and said they did it knowing that he. As prosecuting attorney could not go upon the stand and answer them. Ali f advice from Liliu Gomiser club oui press Philadelphia. Oct. 17.�?at yesterday s session of the commercial Congress w. Foster Cockshutt. Of Toronto offered this Resolution which was unanimously adopted Quot that in the opinion of this Congress the world s Commerce would he benefited by the United states extending to other countries the same Freedom of Trade that those countries cd tend to the United Fred f. Smith of new Jersey seconded the Resolution. The vote on the Resolution was participated in Only by the commercial delegates. Brothers l Clit in n court room. Mount airy n. A. Out. 17.�?late saturday eve plug ten Miles North of Here in Carroll county. Va., near fancy Gap. Jack and Floyd Allen Brothers became involved in a difficulty at a magistrate s court. Floyd shot his brother in the forehead und received three shots from his brother Jack. Both used 3s-caliber revolvers at close Range and both were living sunday afternoon. Moth men Are leading citizens of their Community. The trouble grew out of a division of property. Activity on the part of the Orange free state commands. Cape Colony a dut0h pab1�er2. Lillo to Micro is much disloyalty Anion Thom it is not loll Lavoil they will pm Intro in up irly Lnch a Chi o Colony Volunteer Calicut ont. London. Out. 17.�?dispatches from the Cape Are very meager but they include an important message from the Glencoe Camp dated 3 35 yesterday afternoon announcing that Tho Boer commandos which invaded Natal through linings Nek and after occupying Newcastle advanced Lopan Shanser. Retired on in Ngaue sunday evening their transport service being reported defective. This will delay indefinitely the anticipated and hoped for assault on the Strong British position at Glencoe. Another dispatch reports activity on the part of the free stale commands. In the neighbourhood of Al Wal North on the Southern Frontier. The Boers Advance patrol the dispatch says go to the Frontier Bridge nightly to keep watch firing shots at intervals As signals. It is believed the enemy intends shortly to try to Rush the railway Stutton with the help of artillery posted of a Ridge commanding the town. There Aie rumours that the Boers have been repulsed at Mac King and Are it tackling Fryburg. A Cape town paper 1ms a dispatch from the Orange River stating that Tho Telegraph wires have been Cut Between Fryburg and Kimberley and it. Is believed that the boors Are taking advantage of the presence or a Largo gathering of disloyal Farmers at Fryburg celebrating Nash Tymul to attack the town hoping that the Farmers will us Slot them against the British. The same dispatch says that the British Force at Kimberley is confident of its ability to hold out but urges the immediate dispatch of a Relief Force. This question of a possible rising of the dutch Farmers in the Northern portions of Cape Colony is very import to. A Aloys Mit Mai of Transvaal ant. The Dally Mali a correspondent at Colesburg has been inquiring regarding the matter und on the whole thinks the chances Are against a rising. Lie bases his opinion on the Prospect of Good crops after four lean years which he believes will predispose the Farmers to peace. Nevertheless. There is serious disloyalty and much until British agitation in these districts while the free state Boers threaten an immediate invasion of Colesburg and Al Wal North. The Dally mail s correspondent asserts that sir Alfred Milner is worked to death and that Cape town is surging with bitter Resente but it what is called the Schreiner cd net s betrayal of Mafeking by its constant refusal to Send a Volunteer Force to its Relief. Many residents of Cape town have relatives at Fryburg. And they Are furious with meters. Merriam and Sauer respectively colonial treasurer and commissioner of Public works and the ministers Are mobbed whenever they appear in Public. Or. Hoffmeyer the afrikaner Leader has gone to a the country in order to escape the outbursts of indignation. Of sunday night the streets were filled with angry citizens and it was feared that rioting would occur. This combined with the pressure of the Imperial government brought the Schreiner government to a sense of its peril As Well As of its duty and moved it to decide to Call out the volunteers. The ministerial party also worked its hardest to prevent Tho ova lion to Conyngham Greene on his arrival from Pretoria but failed. The president at Milwaukee. Tho first visit of a chief in n Down Ali. Milwaukee oct. 17.�?the special train bearing president Mckinley and party arrived in this City from the trip through Iowa and part of Wisconsin Over the Chicago and Northwestern railway arrived at 7 o clock last evening. It was the first visit to Milwaukee of a chief magistrate of the nation in a decade and the greeting Here from Many thousand people was most enthusiastic. As the train entered the depot Battery a first artillery. W. N. G., fired the president s Salute of 21 guns from Juneau Park which faces the Lake and within n few Yards trom the depot. With the Battery s Salute As a Cue every Steamboat whistle and everything else that could make a noise joined in the greeting. The president und ills party were immediately escorted to carriages by the reception committee and driven to the hotel Pfister preceded by a military escort. After an hour s rest the presidential party re entered carriages and were driven to the Deutscher club where a Public reception lasting an hour was held. The grounds about the due Steher club were beautifully illuminated and thronged with Many thousand persons. During the limited time it is estimated the president Shook bunds with 3.0u0 people. Following the Public reception the party returned to the hotel Pfister to participate in a banquet. A week s new condensed Quot wednesday oct. Ii. The contributions to the Dewey Home fund to Date amount to about $50.g00. Rear Admiral Llo Wlson was retired yesterday und Captain Barker now becomes a Junior rear Nam Lenl. Six officers of the regular army will be promoted to the Grade of brigadier general on Tho retirement of general Shafter. Confederate veterans ask no pension from the Federal Yuvorn Nuutti declared colonel Hall of Macon a. In his address it the Blue Aud Gray reunion in Evansville. Ind. Thursday. Out. 12. The California state Board of health hns decided not to quarantine against consumptive of other states. Senator Shoup of Idaho who has just return cd from Alaska is opposed to ceding in Inch of land to Canada to Alaska. Mrs. Borrow a widow living at Ozark ala., shot one negro dead and wounded another who were trying to enter her Home. The women a National Industrial league with Headquarters it Washington. Will raise a fund to Purchase a Home in Washington for rear Admiral Schley. Friday. Out. 18. The admissions to the National Export. Exposition vat Philadelphia yesterday numbered 29,210. By on Imperial Trade the turkish government abolishes All measures that prevented the free movements of armenians. The mexican War department hns or bored a decisive Campaign against Tho yaqui indians. Linz the capital of upper Austria. Is in u Stato of terror Over a series of Jack the Ripper crimes five women having been murdered. Serious labor trouble Are reported from various Seei Lons of Texas. In some places rangers have been called upon to keep the Lawless element in Check. , or. 14. On the Island of Coli in. Java no earthquake killed 4,000�?Tand injured 500. A temporary truce has been arranged on the alaskan Boundary dispute with Canada. Sex senator Hainan s estate was less Almu $�0. 100. Which goes to his daughter. The wife of Robert t. Lincoln. Admiral is Chloy urged wish Langton women who arc raising Money to buy him a Home to wait until the Wontor had passed. A Northwestern limited train was bold up and redhed year Dekalb ills., by five masked men who escaped. Tho robbers secured $2f�000 and escaped. Mommy oct i. During the lust three months 28,351 men am?7.099 women were arrested in new York. The Chicago lint Wing trades Council threaten to order a strike on the new Federal building there. A proposed uprising in Manila fomented by iliac a native policemen was checked Aud Tho pintle in arrested. A trolley rur at Dulux tox., collided with an excursion train and 20 people were injured three fatally. Farmers a. H. Potter and Reuben Comley have found Coal on their lands near unit Yule. Centre county. A. Carl Brown who started with an army of Trumps to March to Washington. Declared the March off at Wichita Kan. Amid a tumult of religious Fervour at Carnegie Hall. Now a Ork last night. Rev. A. B. Simpson raised $08,000 for the Heathen. While addressing a socialist meeting in new York last night mrs. Florentine Cunt us luge was stricken with apoplexy and died. Tuesday. Oct. 17. A brother of Agu Suldo is reported to have stolen six too of the government funds and May be shot for treason. The Steamer Laurann which figured conspicuously in the Days of the cuban filibustering has been wrecked to Zap Adine Bay st. George Island. Antonio Salvatore an italian died at the Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia from the effects of being kicked in the Stinach by Jesse Walters coloured. A Case will to tried at Frankfort ind., this week in which a Faith curls is shared with the murder of his child whom he permitted to die without medical Aid. General Shafter yesterday went on the regular army retired list but will remain on duty As a major general of volunteers until nil of the volunteers Are mustered out. It Admiral Dewey la Chlud time. Washington out 17.�?Admiral Dewey returned to Washington late yesterday afternoon on Tho belated through Federal express from Boston. I ils Home coming after a continuous round of celebrations extending practically from his arrival it Sandy Hook marked mis first appearance in being behind his schedule for the train hearing his party web delayed by the dense fog about new York Harbor during the night und pulled Luto this City Over five hours Jat. Insixi Roht Ait nok Angeles. Manila oct. 17.�?the insurgents made an attack upon Angeles at 2 30 yesterday morning. One american was killed and seven wounded. The filipinos used artillery a few shells exploding. The seventeenth. Ninth and thirteenth regiments engaged the a Nemy who retired at 5 30 a. M. An american scouting parlay near Ballate captured 11 filipinos. Another near Muy Capuyan captured a filipino major. Ail were brought to Manila. In Steamer Nutmeg state destroyed and ten lives sacrificed. Tho Brooklyn in la for Manila. Fort Monroe oct. 17.�?the Cruiser Brooklyn left Hampton roads at 4 45 of clock yesterday bound for Manila through the Suez canal. The battleships Massachusetts and Indiana and the Cruiser new York a rolled for now York i the morning. A l murder. A Baltimore oct. 37.�?tlf Little Oyster Sloop dream drifted into. Rock Creek sunday in Lames. After the fire wus extinguished the Dos Momyr red body of her Captain Oliver Caully. Was found and it is supposed that a coloured deck hand named Frank Collier who is missing shared a similar1 Fate. Robert Wyatt 27 years old. Is under arrest charged with the double murder. In his trunk at a lodging House in this City were found the Bank look of Cap lain caulk As Well us u number of letters addressed to him. Astor Battery for Kruger. A report that or the ecu Kluvo already unlisted. Chicago out. 17�?the Post says an Effort is being made to reorganize the Astur Battery of now a Ork. Which was tendered to this government by John Jacob Astor at tie breaking out of the Spauls american War and served it Mouths in the Philippines. And offer it to president Kruger for service against the British. It is said that 40 of the. Men have already enlisted for the expedition. They will Teave the United slates As individuals and rendezvous in Canada in order to evade the neutrality Laws. This information comes in a letter to Evart Hooven. Of Hamilton 0. Who is visiting in Chicago. Or. Hook cd is a son of j. Hooven. A manufacturer of Hamilton. Of. And r was held in High esteem by his com-1 rades during the Battery s service Ign i the Philippines. -4 a a hee0i0 watchman met death. Cable Cut. Washington out. 17.�?the state department has been informed by the cubic companies that telegraphic communication with the Transvaal has been completely interrupted. The department is thus Cut off from communication with United states Consul Macrum at Pretoria. Mules for the Transvaal. F Kansas Gity. Oct. 17.�?twenty-fire carloads of mules for the Transvaal purchased in this Market by the English government within the past ten Days were started for new Orleans yesterday. Another trial Load will follow for the same Point within a few a jays. But Korolia a bravery of sum u Al Jayne the lose or life would have been More appalling cling Ira a of Ohurd Fco air lat the Crew not sustained. New a Ork oct. 16.�?ten persons lost their Hubb and As Many More were injured by the burning hourly saturday morning of tie Bridgeport line Steamboat Tho Nutmeg state Oft Sands Point Long Island sound. Tho dead Are Charles Anderson watchman on Tho boat Patrick Coffey. Mate John Connors member of Crew Bernard Hendry Oiler Samuel Jayne Bridgeport couu., baggage master Thomas Murphy member of Crew Nils Nelson. Member of Crew mrs. Mary Lugger und 3-year-old daughter Rose unknown Man passenger. There was a panic aboard the Nutmeg state when the cry of fire aroused passengers from their sleep. The vessel was burning fiercely amidships. Pus Sengara Tell stories of cowardice on Tho part of the Crew but others deny their statements. Seven of the nine known victims of the disaster were members of the Crew. About a Hundred persons were in peril but prompt Aid from others vessels Mart the loss of life much smaller than been feared. After passengers and Crew had left the Hunting vessel was sent at full Speed toward the Beach where lies u total wreck. Samuel Jayne baggage master who lost his life. Is described As the hero of the ire. He discovered the outbreak and gave the alarm lie ran about Awakening All he could and to flames were raging fiercely when at last he tried to escape. He was then on the upper Dock and in jumping struck his forehead against the guard rail. Stunned. He fell into the water Aud when the yacht Kismet went to his assistance he was almost dead lie died soon after aboard the yacht. Had be not so courageously made his Way through Tho Smulo to alarm tie passengers the loss of life would have been Rueh greater. The work of taking pus Sondors off the doomed vessel was done none too soon. She carried a Large cargo. Including Casus of cartridges. As the fire made its Way Down into Tho hold there was a series of explosions which increased the fierceness of the flames und destroyed the last Phanco of saving anything from tie wreck. The charge was made by several survivors that some of the Crew acted in a cowardly manner pushing the women to one Side and getting into the life bouts regardless of the safety of others. Other passengers however assert that the Crew acquitted themselves Well. All reports agree that Captain Brooks who is u Seaman of Long experience was one of the last to leave the burning vessel. All that remains of it he Nutmeg state Are the twisted and blackened arms of Tecl and Iron surrounded by the huge Copper Bottom which lies in the surf. Somewhere in the Dorls Are believed to be Tho five bodies but it will be some Days before these can be reached. These Are supposed to be in the Forward part of the Hulk where the men of the Crew were imprisoned by the fire. The bodies of mrs. Mary Lugger 36 years old and her 3-year-old daughter Rose were washed ashore saturday and the body of an unknown Man was picked up by a yacht und taken to Stamford Conn. Cure cold in head. Kermott s chocolates laxative quinine easy to Lake and Quick to cure cold in Heap a and Soro Throat. Anion Lynn Mcdara Tyml to tie Ito soul. Avns Hington. Oct. 17.�?the executive Council of the american federation of labor met Here yesterday. The Secretary s report shows a marvellous increase in the number of organizations formed und affiliated. The income of the organization More than doubled that of the year 1898. The miners trouble in tha Cour d Alene District of Idaho was taken up and resolutions were adopted declaring their arrest and impel Sodmont unparalleled for the brutality exhibited toward the men. The sum of $500 was appropriated to assist in their Legal defense and local unions arc urged to contribute. Avenged Lior Iii Blaud h Murilli p. Niles 0., oct. 16�?frank Augusta was shot and killed last evening in the italian Quarter by mrs. Tauro who was arrested and lodged in jail at Warren. About four months ago Dominick Tauro was fatally stabbed in a fight and on his deathbed told his wife Augusta bad stabbed him. The shooting of Augusta is the sequel. Mrs. Tauro has a 5-months-old baby which took to jail with her. An imperfect skin is always caused by bad blood. Remove the cause 1 improve your blood. How by taking the blood purifier that has stood the test for thirty years j a Sarsaparilla g quart bottle. I it has thousands of i Happy friends. Quart amp bottles sell every a where at i. A Quot the Michigan drug g Detroit. liver tote for liver Ilia �3 the famous Little liver fu2au new . Amp Norfolk time table in effect nov. 29�?z1897. Quickest and Only daily line Between Boston new York fhila., Norfolk and old Point Comfort. Northward 92 82 Phila . Stations dec exp. . . Portsmouth. 5 30 Norfolk. 8 00 old Point Comfort 7 10 Cape Charles .9 60 Cheriton. F9 50 Cobbs. 10 53 Eastville. 110 01 Machipongo 10 08 Birds f 10 10 Nassawadox Flo 22 Exmore. U0 31 Mapps Burg. 110 40 Keller. To 40 Adelfa. To 51 Only. U0 57 Tasley. U 05 Parksley. U 18 Bloxom. I 25 Hailwood. U 32 Broomtown. 11 35 Oak Hall. Cd 87 new Church. I 43 foeomoke.<1 10 11 55 costeu.0 15 12 00 Kings Creek.0 40 12 10 Princess adne.0 50 12 20 loretto.7 02 eden.7 08 fruitland.7 18 Salisbury.7 35 12 47 delmar.7 55 1 00 . . Snow amp co., commission fruit and produce Boston. 33 years to any Bank or business institution in Boston or any reputable commission House or fruit and produce dealer inthe world. Ship your round and Sweet potatoes berries peas game &c., to Chapin Brothers 97 South Market st a Boston to mass. A members of _ Boston chamber of Commerce Boston fruit amp produce Exchange commission merchants league u. S. A. Invoice cards stencils and Market quotations furnished by be. A. Ames Only j. B. Smith. P. W. Holden. W. T. James. 94 old Point exp. . 7 30 745 8 40 10 55 11 04 11 06 11 14 11 21 11 26 11 32 11 40 1147 11 02 1157 12 03 12 11 12 22 12 211 12 37 12 40 12 44 12 53 1 0� 125 1 31 1 5� 2 0� . Arrive. . . Baltimore Union station. 12 33 6 19 0 55 Wilmington. 11 25 4 20 5 0-1 Millili. Bro i st. Station. 12 06 5 10 5 43 Trenton. 2 28 c 24 Newark. 2 25 7 18 new York f. R. R. 3 03 7 43 8 23 an a Hud de Fath. Norfolk. Oct. 17.�?william h. Crowder Engineer of an East bound freight train on the Norfolk and Western railway was under his engine at Petersburg fucking a Box preparatory to bringing to Norfolk a train which was being made up for him by the shifting engine when this engine struck ills train shoving the engine and tender upon him breaking both legs and a thigh and otherwise injuring him. He died two hours later. The produce markets. Philadelphia. Oct. 1c.�?flour steady Winter superfine j2.2s f72.40 Pennsylvania roller Clear $3.10ii3.ai clip Mills extra. y2.70. Rye flour irm it $3.50 per barrel for Choice Pennsylvania. Wheat slow no. 3 red. Spot in elevator. 71$6$72 6c. Corn Dull no. 2 mixed spot to a Luvator 3x4.1 539c. No 2 yellow for local Trade 42c. Oats quiet and steady no. 2 White clipped. S2c. Lower grades. 2sc. Hay firm Choice Timothy. $10 for Large Bales. Beef firm beet hums $23�j24. Pork easy family. $134 12.50. Lard easier Western steamed $�00. Butter Cleudy Western Creamery. 17fi34c. Factory. 14446170. June Creamery. 1962114c. Imitation Creamery. 15620c. New York Dairy. 16621c. Do. Creamery. 17624c. Fancy Pennsylvania prints jobbing at 254$�. Do. Wholesale. 24c. Cheese firm Large White. 1144612c. Small do. 1244c. Large coloured. 12isi24ic. Small do. 12 a. Eggs steady new York and Pennsylvania 2144623c. Western ungraded. At Murk 151/ 19c. Baltimore. Oct. quiet and unchanged. Wheat very Dull spot and the month. 71671 Vic december. 744j?4ic. Steamer no. 2 red. Ctsiu744.c. Southern by Sample. 56672440. Do. On Grade. 69v4&72c. Corn easy mixed spot 3s4if3644c. The month. 33va�3$44c- november und december zfi�?Te�3844c. November or december new or old 3c�364ic. January. 354ifi3cc. Steamer mixed. Js$wj27c. Southern White. 41&4144c.1 do. Yellow. 41/fi414sc. Oats firm no 2 White. 2944 920vic. No. 2 mixed. 2317 a 4c. Rye Dull no. 2 nearby. 58c. No. A Western 6316c. Hay firmer no. 1 Timothy $15.50� 16. Grain freights firm steam to Liverpool per Bushel. Hid. October Cork for orders per Quarter. 4s. October 4s.�4s. 3d. November. Sugar Strong line and coarse granulated. 5.39. Butter firm fancy Creamery. 24c2sc. Imitation Creamery. 131?20c. Fancy ladle life Lac. Good ladle. 16c. Store packed. 14 115c. Rolls life 17c. Cheese firm Large. 13il 1344c. Medium. 13vi.il1344c. Small. 13vis 13$c. Eggs firm fresh. 17�18e. Or h. E. Swift the Well known representative of j. N. Murdoch. Wholesale druggist of Parkersburg. W. A. Says a a 1 was completely Laid up with cholera Moribus. Bou a it a bottle of Kermott s ext. Upaek Berry and was completely cured w a Hor dose. Would not be without it if Itco Streis 06 a bottle. And heartily recommend Kermott s text Blackberry As the Best remedy on the Market for summer complaint. Moribus. But h. Pc. By Nisi southward 85 97 45 Cris nor old Field Folk Point exp. Exp. Exp. . . . New York p. R. R. 8 00 8 00 Newark. 8 32 8 25 Trenton .9 50 9 23 Polilla. Broad at. Station. 7 25 10 50 10 20 Wilmington 813 1156 1104 Baltimore Union station. 6 25 7 53 9 05 leave. . . . Delmur. 11 37 2 55 1 51 Salisbury a. 11 50 3 i 2 02 fruitland.13 01 eden.12 00 loretto.112 31 Princess Abne. 12 20 3 29 2 23 Kings Creek 12 30 3 33 2 34 costed. 12 55 3 43 2 44 Pocomoke. I 00 3 40 2 47 new Church .14 01 2 50 Oak Hall. 14 00 3 03 Broomtown. 14 08 3 05 Hailwood. 4 14 Bloxom. 1419 316 Parksley. 4 20 3 24 Tasley. 4 38 3 37 . 14 41 3 40 Melfa. 4 40 3 40 Keller. 4 52 3 52 Mapp Burg. 4 67 3 57 Exmore. 5 05 4 01 Nassawadox .5 12 411 Birds nest. 5 19 4 17 a Jii Pongo. 15 25 4 24 Eastville. 5 33 4 31 Cobbs. 8 42 4 38 a Britou. 15 45 4 41 Cape Charles .0 05 4 55 old Point Comfort 8 00 0 50 Norfolk. 9 00 7 50 port Mouth .910 8 00 arrive. . . . A of a stops for passengers on signal to conductor. A a daily except sunday. R. B. Cooke r. H. Nicholas Gene a. Freight amp supt. Pass. Agent cat Charles a Norfolk a. Smith Holden amp James Senegal commission. , Southern fruits and produce potatoes and strawberries a specially. 311 Swaffi amp by shipping no. 142 hew you Rock reference a Irving National Bank and commercial agencies. Established Isis. W a Burton with show my no 35 of e. Maryea s amp was fruit and produce a commission merchants a 119 Warren Street new York. Between Washington and West streets. Geo. W. Tull with in i fruit and produce commission merchants. 40 10 50 Hewitt �,ve., West Washington Market mow a nil shipping no. 5, Jill la live to m -1h0sc. In want 0f doors Sash windows blinds shingles laths bricks Lime Cement hair hardware. Paints. Oils Stone Well curbing Cook and parlor stoves amp cd a our 1899 prices will speak for them Bel ves. We have the goods and Quality to equal any on the Market try be with your orders and he convinced. Respectfully 80., Man amp Euviva. Cemetery notice. Persona in a com amp Caud adjoining counties wishing to Mark tie grave of a relative or Friend with a a Monument Tablet Tomb or Headstone in Marble or polished Granite can 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. w. Fayette st., near Chanes. 314 s. Charles st. Near Camden. Established seventy Fate years Baltimore my. A engines boilers and machinery of All kinds at our web equal pc bin Coho All kind of latin am cd no work con by solid and inserted tooth circular saws in Stock Mill supplies oils belting pulleys mandrels. Prompt shipments guaranteed. 0 0rr. Adlir�?o8 Leif pit adv Mammoth hardware store. We Liu Jed 1, and machine shops Salisbury Maryland. A team ice Ream works m ar10n station my Send your orders to me i will make prices As Low As any others a and guarantee the Quality to be better. Can ship on any express that goes Down your rail Road or any Steamboat that goes to your wharves. Mutow Ducth wholesale dealers in a wooden and Willow Ware a paper paper bags twine envelopes rope grocers Sun Ihl dries Etc. Hit �?103 South Charles Street a Baltimore my. And jewelry repaired on Short notice. I have for Sale watches clocks a Eucly spectacles Jeye glasses and silverware in Many styles and at lowest prices we. Sartorius Pocomoke City. My. Will be at Accomac c. H. Even r court Day. Cor. Pratt it Calvert Ste. Baltimore my. European plan. Rooms 50 cts., 75 cab. And $1 per Day this House is now open is entirely new and in equipped with All the modern conveniences elevator Eloe Trie lights electric cal1 Hells steam heat Baths sic. Bernard Kidy Proui Metoi 03 a o 4j c3 o �?1 o it w

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