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VOL. XLVII1I-NO. 101.
NORFOLK. VA., WKDNKSDAV, MARCH 20, M).\
PRICK 2 CENTS
THE llNR_rai IS L?S1
The Wreck of the Warship Has
THE LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
It is Not Known if There is a Single
Survivor of the UntorUinnte Span?
ish Vessel. Spain Will Investi?
gate the Allianca Affair.
New Captain General.
ETSoutUoru Associat 1 i'rosse.
Cadiz, Murc? 19.?The Spanish
oruiaer AlfoiiHo XII. which has been
cruising in the Moditerruuenn in search
of the inibMir: wtt ship lieiua Legeutu,
arriveil here this morning. She foutid
the Keiun Kegentc at I'.ujo Aooitunos,
uear Couil, where bho bud sunk. Ouly
tibcr.it eighteen inches of her masts
were visible nbovu the surfaco of the
water. The Alfonto XII has roturneii
to the scene of the wreck with u com?
pany of divers. The news brought by
the Alfonso XII bus created v. profound
feeling of sorrow here.
From the best information obtuiu
flblu bero it is regarded us probable
that nil ou board tun Keine Kegcute
were lost. Not a siuglo survivor line
been reported uh having arrived ui uuy
port, nor baa a single body beeu found
that could bu uleutilied us that of one
of the oflicers or crew of the lost ship.
Tbo Alfonso XII is taking divers and
diving appliances for the purpose of
removing the bodies from the sunken
ehip and examining thu oouditiou of
the vessel with a view of bsoi rtaiuiug
the possibilities of ruibiug her. Until
somotlmig further is henrd from thu
Allouso XII nuthiuK can be definitely
kuowu, but nil bauds uru uudoubted!v
Madrid, March 19, ? The (iovorn
tnout has not received official intormn
tiun regarding tun report of thu find?
ing of the cruiser Keiua liegeuto, aud
the statuuiunt thai she had beeu fouud
suuk in shuilow water, near the Straits
uf tlibraltur, is discredited by tho
authorities. All of the Madrid news?
papers, however, publish tho statement
that the Alfonso XII discovered tho
cruiser sunk at Uejo Auietuuos, with
ouly a small portion of her masts ubovo ,
tub Al.l.lANi'A Al l am,
Madrid, March 10.'?United States I
R. mister Taylor informed a reporter
of the United Press last evening that
the Spanish government hud answered
bis unto euyiug Unit us yet the foreign
vlliee bad received no notice of the
lileged llriug upou thu Atnerioan ship
AUlfluea by u Spauish warship, The
parirnmeut promised to uiako urgent
inquiry for uu ollioiul report ot tbc
incident aud the affair is adjourned
peuditig its receipt.
Madrid, 19.?(Jen. Martinez du
Cuuipos, Captain (ieuoral of .Madrid,
paid another visit to tauten I'.Cgout
Christina to-day. Linter it was stated
that Premier Sagastaaud Ins colleagues
iu the Cabinet whu had tendered their
resigtiatioins would probably resume
thuir miuisterial functions,
t'llINRSK t'kace commission.
London, Mutch 19, A Central Sows
dispatch Irom Tokio .says Li Hung
Chane,, witb his suite, accompanied by
Hon. .lohn W,Poster,arrivod at Simon?
pnki at 8:110 o'clock mi thu morning of
March I'.ith. Count Inoryeimmediately
boarded the vessel which conveyed the
Chinese Envoy and at 10 o'clock re
turned, accompanied by Li Hung
Chang, Mr. Poster and the other mem?
bers und uttaches of the Peace Commis?
sion. Tho party tbeu visited Mr.Mutsu,
Minister of Foreign Allairs, and oue of
tho Japanese ollioers delegated to treat
With Chinese Luvoys.
A BTKOKO ADMONITION',
Madrid, March ID.?(Jen. Martine*/.
Do Campos, Captain (Jeueral of Ma?
drid, summoned the oflicers of the Ma
drld garrison to bun last evening und
said to tbcm: "II there is any furtber
rioting on thu part of the ollioers of
ibis garrison tney will bare to incut ma
ns an npoiictit."
Later hu received n deputation of
journalists, to wbom hu said: "If you
iniihe any further attacks upon thu
nruiy which incite a renewal of thu re?
cent noting you will undoubtedly be
London, March 19, - Lord Kosobpry
this forenoou hud h oonforouco with
Mr. II. Campbell-Baunormau iu regard
to thu hitter's uc.-optuucu ol the candi?
dacy for thu Bpoakerslnp. Later hu
attutitled a cabinet meeting, which
lasted an hour. Alter the meeting of
thu cabinet it was announced that
Campbell-Bauuorman hud withdrawn
bis candidacy for thu speuiturship.
Lord Uosebery tbeu returned to the
country. Hm medical attendants are
boplul that it will not be necessary for
biui to go abroad in order to reouper
wim. demand satisfaction,
London, Murcb 10. ? Lord lumber
ley, Hucrotury oi State for Foreign
Affairs, to-dny personally handed to
the Niceragnan Ministor ut tho foreign
oflico thu ultimatum of the British
Qovernment, demaudiug ropurutiou for
tho expllision from liluelields ol Mr.
Hatch, thu British Cousular agent. A
copy of tho document wua oablml to
?uo J?nUuU Minister resident iu ISioar
agUQ. Lord Ktmborloy otnpkatioally
dcmnudu udeipiuto sutisfactiou l'rotu
Nicaragua, Iu ollicial circles the be?
lief is geuurul that tlie matter will bo
aiuieably suttletl, and that no demon?
stration by a British squadron will be
necessary to euforco the deuiauds of
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk.
Special Diup.ttuu to thu Virginian.
Petkhsbur?, Va., March 19,?Mr,
Jobu R. Norris, who for the past tif
teeu years or more bus been in the em
ploy of tho Riohmond and Petersburg
Railroad Company iu this oily, uiet
with u bhockiug death this morning.
He was a trucKiuau at the freight depot
of tho company m Poouhoutus, auil
among his other duties was to nssist
ubout the Uniou depot by pultiug bag
gage on the traiun aud thu like, This
moruiug about 9:80 o'clock he started
over to tho Luiun depot, and after
reuchiug this eud of Poenboutas bridge
ami when tho "caution ball" traiu from
Lie.hojond was within the length of two
ruilroad rails?about sixty feut of him
- bo nttonipted to cross the truck iu
frout of tho traiu. Mr. A. D. luge, the
tluginuu. called to him to warn him not
to attempt to cros3 tho track iu front
of tho traiu, but be pnid uo hoed to the
warniug, Ho was atruck by tlie pilot
of tho locomotive aud thrown up iut<i
tho uir, uud must have bcou instantly
killed. His heud was crushed iu a most
sickening manner, nud on the ground
by bim were bis braius nud a pool ol
The news of tlie accident spread
very rapidly aud iu u short time hun?
dreds of people hnd; gathered at tho
scene of the sad occurrence. The Cor?
oner, Dr. H. B. Leigh, was notified,
uud after viewing the body had a jury
of inquest Hiimmoued. The jury met
in tho .Mayor's courtroom this after?
noon nt I o'clock uud alter bearing the
evidence ol witnesses to tho aocideuf
roturued the following verdict:
?'That .lohn R, Norris was accident?
ally killed hy bciug struck by the 'ouu
uon ball' train."
'The iinfortuuate muu resided iu
Blaudford and lenves n widow ami
three children. Ho was u member of
Harmony Lodge, Knights of Honor, of
this city, in which bo earned iUBiir
anoo <?f $2,00
The Domooratic Executive Commit
tee of Dinwiddie held u meetiug ut the
county courthouse on yesterday; Mr.
?I. U. Smith, chairman nud Mr. .'umes
\V. Boessean, secretary. Nearly ull the
districts were represented, The com?
mittee, alter a full consideration of tho
mutter determined to call u convention
for the 22d of April next, ut Dinwiddie
Courthouse to nomiuate <:ouuty oilicere.
The preoincta will elect delegates to
this convention on Saturday, toe 20th
of April, taking the Domooratic vote
iu the last duberuntorinl election ns
the basis -one delegate for euch tweuty
and for fruutiouB of teu.
I learned that thorn wili bo au active
contest for the uomiuatiou of every
county oflicer lnit one, that of County
Treasurer, which bus been filled by
Col. Win. Field for the past twenty
four years. .So far there is no opposi
tiou to this gentleman, There is said
to bo little or uo doubt that a full
ticket will be put up by the other side,
und the campaign bids fair to be a most
Hv r-outuuru Associated Proas
Richmond, Vn,, March in. The fol?
lowing wero tho proceedings in the
Supreme Court of Appeals here to day.
Georgia Homo In.-.nmma Company
vs. Bartlett, trustee, further argued
by Hon. Lppa Huutoii, Jr., for plain
tiff and Hou. Mart-hull McCormick for
defondant, aud submitted.
Dillnrd vs. Billard. Argued by T.
P. Pitzpatriok for appellant.
Dubuiau vs. Luibroy A Co. Dis
The next cases to be argued ore
against Bosber's administrator nud
Langbnrue vs, l.iohuiund Railway
It ii it Over tint In in r,-ii.
A young muu named Cooper was run
over yesterday i>.y n buggy, iu which a
geutiom.au mimed Christian, of Rieb
mond, was riding, and was quite pain?
fully injured. two of his ribs were
broken. Ho was getting out of the way
of u street cur wbcu struck by thu
ii lie ti utatiijsii
is emphatically n blood disorder,
caused by inability of tho kidneys to
throw off certum poisons which accu?
mulate in the tissues t about tho joints
P. I*. P., very simple, quickly and
surely cures this disease, neutralizing
impurities in the blood, Experience
and science both endorse P, P. I', as
the ouly infallible blood purifier
Novelties lor ftprlus Urnr.
Wo arc offering daily new dross
goods, new spring capos, now shirt
waists,now hosiery,new corsets (twenty
styles to select from), new stylo gouts'
colored und white shirts, from 20c up;
now bwenters fur men and boys, 25c
and upwards. Continued for the
bnlancu of the week, special salo of
reudy-mado shoots, pillow and bolster
cnses at less than oust of material ot
which they uro made. Luvy Bros., 171
for Big sui shore!
A Shipload of Immigrants Sail I
THE PARTY IS WELL EQUIPPED
An Immense Crowd of" Negroes Wit?
ness the Departure of the Vessel.
Cheered on Their Journey by
Songs and Cheerf ul Words.
American Flag Waved.
Hv Southern Associutu I Pratt.
Savannah, do., March Ii?.?The
steamship ltorsu with -Oh Liboriau
iuitnigruuts ended I rout Havauuah this
afteruoou. Five (bousaud uegrnus
gathered ou the wharf uud cheered tho
vessel as it passed dowu thu river. The
iiocomuioilations of the Horaa complied
fully with thu law aud the vessel
passed u thorough inspcotiou by tho
custotu oflloers. Shortly after uoou
the gales to the wharf whero tho
emigrants woru wiutiug, were
opeuud and thu negroes weut aboard.
It was a curious procession, raugiog
in age, from tue baby in arms to tho
man tottertag ou tho verge of tho
grave. Tho women uame lirst aud
made strauife contrasts, Ouo with u
ubeoked apron aud a sun-bonuet was
followed by a jauntily dressed girl of
more tender years with gaudy plumed
hut und bright ribbons. .Sornu carried
valises, others baskets, others tins full
of small articles. After tho women
como the men, Homo with shotgun,
rules, and others with assorted lug
gage. All were seut tuto the stern of
the vessel and grouped together iu
order thut a picture of the vessel migbt
be taken. The count showed 2U2, of
which thirty-eight were children and
seven lufants. The uloaraueo papers
put thu uutubur at 197.
The party is probably the best
equipped that has ever left America
for tbe "Dark Continent." Sinco the
party nrnved iu Savauuah they have
?1 cut from 31,500 to $2,000 laying in
stores. Tho majority of the negroes
appear to bo still quite well supplied
i with money, 'l'hore is probably not a
man iu the party but who has sufficient
to provide huii-utitouee for some time
after laudiug in Liberia.
When tho vessel's hues wero oast off
j thero was a cbeer front the crowd on
the wharves autl the emigrants sung
their nartiug soug. "I'm Clwine Homo
to Africa's Shoubs." The relraiu was
\ taken up by those ou shoro. The siug
lug was kept up nutil the vessel passed
I tho city, the crowds toll..wing aloug
thu wharves, shouting good-byes.
From tho uegroes gathered ou the
crowded deck ot thu steamship came
back uuswenug shouts from men ami
women, while the color bearer of thu
parly, a sturdy negro of small duueu
| sums, violently waved a largo Amtiriuau
flag that will be displayed us the llursa
cutcra the harbor of Monrovia.
Tho Horsa expects to reach Monro
I via about April 1st, and after lunding
tho emigrants will cudeavor to secure a
return cargo. The party is accompa
mod by 15. 11. CotttUgbam, secretary of
tho 1 uternatioual 1 .migration Society :
It. ('. Truesdalc, >>. C. Laushestcr and
\V. M. Simps in, agent of tho charter?
ers. The missionary causo is repre?
sented by four colorod miuiaters, who
go provided with fuuds to build u
church in Monrovia.
"SOME of THE FINEST"
Are Now in the Hands ol Justice. Ten
11v Soiltlicru AtSOOiatC I PrSSf.
New Youk, March l'.1. ?The indict?
ments bunded iu by the Over and L'or
miner grand jury yesterday numbered
ten. Six were against present police
officials and lour against lormur mem
I bers of tbe department. Light of the
bunch wan nuts wero executed by
Superintendent Byrnes this foreuoou.
ihe indicted otlicials are: luspec
tor Willium W. MoLaughliu, of the
Detective Bureau; Capt. Jacob Sei
bert, of tho Uuion Market stutiou;
Capt. Michael J, illnrpby, i f the West
j One Huodredlb strict stutiou. ('apt.
James Ki Price, of the McUoui/ul
street station; Capt. .lohn I . Donobue,
of thu West Twentieth street station
Patrolman Henry Scbill, of tbe Leon?
ard street station: ex-Capt. Willium S,
Devory, ex Wnrdtnau Ldward Uleu
nou,. ex-Wardmau James Borna ami
another former member ol thu depart?
ment, whose uamu for the presout is
withhold, Hurus ih a fugitive. All
wore released ou bail.
The Fight is W.ix'mg Warm in Political
At a meeting of the Sewell's Point
Democratic t bib, beld at the school
bouse at Sewell's Point lust nigiit, dele?
gates wero seluotid to be voted for at
tho District Cui.voutiou on the 26tb,
Alter thu meeting of the regular club
n number of persons who had come to
tho Point in wugotis met und organized
n club. This last club is said to be
composed of original fusiouists.
The Htintcrsvillo Straight Demo?
cratic Club Iu.it night unanimously en?
dorsed Mr. J. E, (Join for Common?
wealth Attorney, 'the following wero
elected delegates to the general con?
vention: Hardy O, Williams, B. M.
Dodamead, i. B. Wright, J. X. White.
Many Items Ticked From All Parts of
BuitLiNOTOK, Vn., I'.' Twelve build
ings were blirued bore to day causing
n loss of $'J"jO,uOU ami tbrowiug 40(1
men out ot employment. M. L, Mil
lingtou was hurncd to death.
.1 AOKRoxi'H.de, Fin., 10? l ue regular
team of tho Now York Uiauts defeated
tbo second uiuo iu u beautiful guuio
this evening by ? ?coro of li to I.
WAsuisoins, 1!'. ? A cablegram nn
notiuciug tho sailing ot tbe Concord
from Chin Kisug aud n telograui au
uouuciug tbo arrival of tbe Mobicau at
Fair Haven wore received m the Navy
WAStiiMitos, IS).?Tho President to?
day refused a pardon iu the oaso of
liiehurd Kaues, convicted iu Virginia
of conspiracy and iutirnidatiug a United
InkiasAcunis, Ind., 10, L'be indict
ment fur embezzlement agaiuat Mark
C. Davis, ex cashier ot tho Iron Hall,
was dismissed to day for lailuro to
Denver, Col., 19.?Henry Tyson,
who coin nutted murder in lyV," und
who has beeu in tho euiitury cell cou
Unumuut tititil he has booouie blind,
was to day sentenced to be beuged dur?
ing the second week in April.
t onimniA, S. C, 19,? l'be Washing?
ton aud Huston LuAgtle clubs will play
uti uxhibitiuu iu this city tu morrow,
Savannah, Ua., 19.?Brooklyu won
to day's gttaio from Pittsburg by a
score of 7 to i). 1'he game was rather
loosely played uud was dud and uuiu
tcrestmg. Tho tieldlng ol both teams
was bad, ouly oue ruu being earned by
London, 10.? In viow of the vast
uumber of residents ol Orcat liritaiu
who derive mi uicomu from tho L'uitod
.Mates, the Foreign Office has caused
thu publication iu to night's issue of
tho t iazetlo of tho term- of the uuw
Culled .Stales income tux law.
New OhIiKaNS, 10. ? New Uricaue
turned tallies on \'ou Oer Abo's
"pretzels" pushers to-day und won tho
gumo by u score of tu 7, every one
of which whs eurnod ou bulb sides,
Washington, 19.i?The statement
cannot be oflioially Oiiullrmcil, but it in !
ueliuved to bu a fact that Iho lluwuuuu I
Minister, Tliurstou, bus been recalled
by his government upon representa?
tions from Washiugtou that hu is per?
sona lion grutu to President Clevolaud's
Washinuton, 19.?The President to
day appointed Alfred D. Tiusley post?
master at Sioux Falls, S. 1). Jiusloy
was uomiuatud to the plaeu and reject?
ed by the Senate ut tho iustauou of
Salti moke, Md., I'd.?.lohn W.
Baker, cosbior of tho Ijubroleiuo Com?
pany, is said tu be short in his accounts
to the exteot of about 81,000, and the
management are luokiug fur huu. lin?
ker came here from Huleigh, N. t'.
Washinuiox, 1!'. ? The Secretary of
State is advised by thu diplomatic
representative of the United ."?dates iu
tbe City of Mexico that bctwouu 701?
und SilMI uegrn families have recently
arrived from tho I tilted States at IIa
buulila, Uaraogo, Mex.
BiNuiiAMrTON, N. Y., 19,?County
.ludgo Anus issued warrants to day for
the arrest of Tracy U. Morgan, eashier
of the Chennugo Valley .Savings 1'uuk
and Uaviii L. iiron usou, tho president
of the batik.
MaI'KU', I'.1. - O'liciul advices from
(iavaua, Mute thai tho insurgents in
Cobre are much depressed owing to tbe
lack of funds aud men to cuiry ou tbo
New Your, 19. The Police Board
to day SUipendcd Inspector McLaugh?
lin, OpttlUS Mebcrt, Douohue, Tllur
pby and I'rice, ami Putrolmuu Schill
from duly, and direoted tho superin?
tendent tu assign other ollioers to the
oommaud of tnu precincts of which the
suspended captains were iu charge,
Wasuisoton, 19. 1 ho President has
approved tbe records of the examine
lions passed by Lev. Johu P. Chid
wiok, u Kliman Catholic priest attached
to St. Stephen's rectory, New 1'ork
oily, ami Lev. John B, Frs/.ier, of
Kuoxville, I'enu,, recently uommatcii
uud coolirmed tor the positions of
ehaplaini in tLo uavy,
Baiichlona, III. ?A military court
m re has ordered that two directors of
local uewspnpeia be arrested lor pro
testuig against the excesses of Iho
subalterns in Madrid, lireat excite?
ment prevails aud serious disturbance
are weak ind.worn out, or have that tired
i ehug Uead's sarsapi<riliu is nstthe niedi
cine to reitoro your pin-ugui aul sivs jmi
i< g< o i appetite, lino a makes pure biood.
I..r n euiiier pill ami general family
cnitbartio wo wo dd cuiiflilemalu roooiu
lue.i i lioeii's I'll.l.s.
itett Ureas i.m iu. new Rucks? sttori
Wit mi* auo iiiu-.u miiih.
Now liuo of tigiired,dotted aud strip?
ed ducke, short waists nud duck suits,
fancy dross good", with new prices;
serges iu all grades aud shades, Spu
oial prices on many goods. One tbous
aud yards of KM sheeting bleached ;
worth 'J'.c., now 19c. K, A. Sauuders
Lhouniulisna was bo bad that Jarucs
Irvin, of Savunnah. oould hardly walk
from psin in bis shoulder uud joints of
Ins legs. P. P, P. [ Prickly Ash, P oko
Loot ami Potassium | was reaortod to
and Irvm it well uud ba ppy.
[HAT BAY STATE COMMITTEE
Much Comment in Boston Over
THE SENATE CHAIRMAN TALKS.
Ho Denies tho Truth ot Published State?
ments ol the Richmond Corre?
spondents. Says No Embar?
rassment Was Occasioned
by a Negro at the Tnblc.
Itv Southern Associate I I'ross.
Boston, March 10.- A Bichinond,
Va,, dispatch assorting thnt It abort
Teaiuoh, the colorad member of tho
House of KpproscntutitcB who accom?
panied the legislative committee on
mercantile a flairs ou its recent trip to
ihn South hud buou suulibcd by GoV.
O'Kocrali, of Virgiuiu, and others, on
account of his color, and tho commit -
tee thereby iiisultcii has causod a great
deal of commout here.
Hon. I '. \\. Darling,Senate chairman,
said: "lliorn is hardlv a word of
truth in it from tho Ural liuu to tho
lust. Iu the lirst place it Bays that had
ttio Govoruor known thoro was a ncp <>
iu the party lie would not liavo ox
tended the invitation to the committee.
Qov, O'l'orrall knew Mr. Teamoli wuh
in tin* party, because he tohi mo so.
"The dispatch ulso says Mrs. O'l'er
rail immediately withdrew from thu
parlor on seeing Air. Tenuinh. Tho
tact is Bbe lemaiued iu tho parlor ipnto
a Ion;; time conversing with tho party.
Shu did not leavu thu parlor uutil tho
Govoruor aroso and aaked liur tu with
draw as tho ?oiitlemiin wore goiug to
tho diuing room.
"Mr. Toamok and Mr. Mitchell, an
alderman ol Biohmond, wero iu the
party aud both wont to the diuing
room ami sat at tho table with tho
lio\oruor slid with Mayor of Kioh
inoiid. There was not the slightest
otuharrasstneut observed in either of
those gentlemen. Ou the contrary
thuy were moat cordial and polite and
tlt-Riroiis of uutertaiuiug royalty u dele?
gation from Massachusetts,
"Ibis flisputch is iiuusunlly inappro?
priate as referriug to Guv. OT'errall,
because he treated tho colored mau
with the utmost consideration, both at
the Executive mansion and afterwards
us a party whoti wo visited thu State
"The only other occasion the
South in winch the oommilteo as a
body accepted any hospitality, outside
of what might have been accepted us
individuals, wuh iu Atlanta, uhun I re
ceived au invitation from W. A. Hcm|>
bill, editor of the Constitution,to bring
the committee to tin! Constitution
building mid meot souio of tho promi?
nent muu in Atluntn, who were inter?
ested in tho proposed exhibition of
cotton industries. The committee ac?
cepted thu invitatiou uud there met
some forty or lift> citizens of Atlanta.
"Ihu presuleut of the exposition
invited me. Mr. Iluucrott, House
chairman of the committee; Mr. Mori
arity auu Mr. Teamoh to s|icak to the
mooting. Lverytbiug said by those
gentlemen was received with cordial
upprobutiou. We did not go South to
mukc any unnecessary war upon their
oustoms. Mr. Tonmoii himself grasped
tho situation of ntluirs uud assured tbo
committee many times during the trip
home thut he was abundantly satisfied
uud pleased with nib reception m the
THE TROUBLE AT MADRID.
The Government is Powerless to Con?
trol the Army.
By Southern Associated i'rsis.
London, March 10,?A dispatch to
tho Central Sows from Madrid, via
Bayouue, Prance, says that recently
tbo cutidil ou of ulluirs in tho Spanish
capital has been more serious Ihuu ut
auy timu for year-, past.
Censorship ol dispatches leaving tbo
country bus prevented the full truth
irom becomiug known. Thu fact is 1
that the Government is powerless to j
control tho army, and that the olticers, '
from the generals down, have Bided
n u.i the riotous subalterns.
Wi.en Premier Ssgustu learned of
tins stutc of things he meditated sum
moiling ibe Civil guard, but ho fouud
that ho could not depend on tbut
branch of the service, its olticers ex
pressing sympathy with thoso of the
Thereupon tho Prime Minister und
his colicegtU'B teudored their resigns
lions, Senor Sagasta informing the
L'ueen Logout tbut bu feared inaistauoe
upon tlie pnnisbment ol the offenders
would result in u mutiny ol the mill
tary oliicere iu Madrid and tho prov
luces, und might ovcu ouduugci the
Messrs, Horace S. Peed and .InR.
M. Jordau have formed u oo partner,
ship under tlie firm uamu of P, M.
Peed At Son, to conduct tho ship
chandlery uud ship supply business,
at Water street and Kouuoko ave?
October 1st, l^.M. se30,Butttt-tt
Needing a tonic, or children who want build,
tug up, should take
BiTowv? mos lin i Kus,
Tt ft pleasant: euro- Malaria, Indigestion)
?Uluusuc-;, Urot Complaints aud NeUIthjUii
THE CUBAN HL VOLUTION.
Tlio Latest News From "The Ever
Bv Southern Atioeinted Press,
Havana, March 11?. Oou.LeObam*
lire, commanding Hie Spanish forces at
(Jutta, reports (bat thu loss of Col.
Santos Ouilde's force in the engage
men! with a hand of rebels ut Utianta
nauomo ou tho L'th uiatunt wuh llvo
seriously wounded. I ho revolu?
tionists lost seven killoil and tifteeu
.Mnj. Vnqnern's colninu has nttackeil
und dispersed Ibo rebels iu tho vicinity
of .Tooaibana, Col. Santos "Jlnldo ar
rived ut Mansauillo ou the tfttli instant
und assumed contmaud of the troo|in in
thut district, tin tho Kith n force of
goverumout troops under Col. IJoseh
attituked a party of rebeln i?1 Quanta
iiauonio and completely routod them.
The next dny the name foreo overtook
tho Pores baud of revolutionists mid
ufter n shnrp engagement dispersed
thrill, capturing all their arms. Lugo's
bund was uIho delentud and lied to tho
PERPETUATED IN STONE.
Monument to the Junior Reserves Will
Be Unveiled To-day,
Hpocial Ulspntoh to Tha Virginian,
Clinton, N. 0., March 19.?To-mor?
row will t>e a khIu day ut IteutoUVille.
Huro in IHllfi the lust batllo of tho wnr
wus fought, and to morrow, amid thu
thunder of cannon, will bo unveiled u
magnificent tuouuiuent to tho memory
oi the Confederate forces who partici?
pated iu tho rnemorahlo ooulliot. They
cousisted ot thu .fuuoir licsorvoH, boyu
of 17 yunrs, and till now their mumory
bus not boon, uorpotratud in stouo.
Clou. Wndo i I am pi on is tho orntor of
tho oacnNloll. Tho old veterans arc
pro-^out in force to do honor to this
gnllaut aoidiur nud thu memory of their
Iln.lt I more ?*?i*imn?itir rj|?liel?l.
Uv Southorn Associate I I'r.m
Wahiii.noton, Marob 19. The long
and stubborn light between the Civil
Service Commission uud Postmaster
Warfleld over the removuls and ap?
pointments made by the postmaster in
Ins ollioe, dunned by the uommiaaiou
to have been illegal, wits to day nettled
by Attorney Uonoral Olney, who was
culled upon for mi opimou in the case,
11o decided thut tbo removals and ap?
pointments ..mde !>y Mr. Wtu hold wore
Great Combination Sale
Our s-oond Combination Eala will tivkn
me Hccieiian-McCieor? Lue sik? Company's SiaDJes
Wednesday, March 27th, 1895
This w II he the groatesl sale of Blooded
llor e? e> er bei l iu i irgitu i. I be consign
meats catalogued are gilt-otlgo contribut
lions ol until harnets liurso-. comprising
Mures, Oeliiiugs, with marks mul Irlals of
spo.it nl-o teams aii l matched i airs
Wo tlo not hesitate in saying* to oar nsl
rons that ildii w-tl be ihegriatest lot of
Horsescvei put ou this market All shown
in catalogue, wbioli will i>e furnished mi
appl al on also ti:ty . nrsos IIOl sllOWO iu
catalogue?Pedigree liain on iUy of s.le.
Iteinetuboi', we hoi i <> r regular s*le on
Tuesday, Mar h j th. This spe ml s.de tho
follow inn day ? - Hi
Wa ivo Id advl s ?11 lovers of l ine Stock
to alt ad ae "f 87tb. in-des are united
rtli-O. as IVO lift C BUM -to I H"at ? for til m.
All stock guaranteed a^ rupreteu ed if
found otherwi?o, inouoy will be leium'e.l.
Burriiss, Son & Co.,
Commercial and other business paper dis?
Loam negotiated on favorable terms,
illy Hon.Is mil other se.-ur.ties bought
Depo? Is reoeivs i mi l accounts invited.
Interest allowed on t me deposits.
H.i'o l>i!| o it I o\es for tent. Charg-.'s
Drawl) Iis of Exchange und ni.tko cable
tt hi fer- to Kurope.
Lotten of ere .it issued to prinoipal cities
oi the rrorld. ocii
MAYER & CO.,
Railroad, Steamboat and
4- and 6 West Market Square,
His Body Has Been Identified Be?
yond Any Doubt.
THE B?CAS DEL TORO FIGHT.
Gar/a Fought W.tli Intrepid Bravery
and Fell Riddled Wttli Bullets. The
Revolution in Coloir.bo Was a
Signal Failure. An Un?
itv Southcru Associated Press.
Moinr.K, Ala., Mar ob 19*.?The Reg
iater's correspondent at Bocae del
1'oro, Uuited States of (Jolombo, tin
dor (Into of March 18th, saye tbe ideu
tiiieatiou of (Jen. Catarino ICrazo
Uarza, slum during the attack on
Hocus Del '1'oro, in complete. Several
letters were found on hist body ad
drussud tu him, also a telegram. In?
dividuals also identified him. Three
times during the light ho advanced
within ten feet of tho barracks and
culled on the Captain to surrender;
mid each tiinu the answer was a volley
of musketry. When killed, he feit
within twenty font of the barracks.
As be fell, ho shouted: "Fire the
town," and a rebel named Cartro
poured oil mi a building between Wil?
son's stoic and the barracks and struck
a mutch, but was shot dead in his
trucks. Government soldiers captured
the small schooner on the '.Ith Iii which
the rebels came from (ireytowc, Five
rebels were on board, but they jumped
into the sea and esoaped uehoru in tbe
bush. These ulnuu escaped to tell the
talo of the defeat.
'the prisoners sny that ihev were
signed us laborers at Greytown to
work ou banana plantations at Booas.
They saib d from < iroy town February
'2d, und visited Carreta, l.'ostu Kioa,
where arms wore taken on board and
many more joined tho expedition.
When they arrived at Hocus, the arms
were given them mid thuy wore told to
tight or die. I his story is not credited.
Tbere was hut one Columbian iu the
party. It is thought it was merely a
"Newest Discovery."?Kxt. teeth no
pain. N. Y. 1). Rooms, Ui'J Main.
L. Ml OLIVER & CO.,
ill MAIN 8TKF.ET.
Do I fit your EVES
accurately with proper
lenses, bat fit your
FACE with the proper
style of frame and
your PURSE by rea
sonale charges. .-. No
charge for examination.
Office closes at 5 P. rVl.
I On an ???m;.,l nrotniuiu of $711,(Hi p.iid to
the 1 es- uue 1 ithu Ne? lurk Life Insurance
Companies 111 Doci-mb? r. WW, the cash,
dividend was onl> S30.'i5?121 per ??an?.
! Ou an antttial pro dum of $?.M l>" paid to
Till. NO:. I HWI-.STKKN ttin ensh dividen.l
iu December, IS94, wa? 820s?$01 per c?ut.
It ?:!. ordiuiiry lifo plan olid insuring iba
same miionnt. Tha-e ar? aoiOai. hi;.
8ULT3, Two and a half times as largo,
D. Humphreys & Son.
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