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Hl ICK 2 CENTS
The Councils Act in Committee of
CLOSE VOTE SELECT COUNCIL
The Councils Last Night Adopt Re?
port of Committee Raising tho
Price of Licenses tor the Sale
of Liquors. _ Barkeepers
Will Pay 81,000.
Special meetings ot Hie Councils
Vroro hold In-; uight to oouaitlor tho
ordiouuce fixing tho license tax ou the
sale of liquors. Tho Councils met in
ecparnte BOSaioDfl and transacted busi?
ness of iniuor itnportaueo.
Mr. M. ironmonger was eloetod a
(member of the Couuuou Couucil from
tbo bixtU Ward to till vacancy caused
by the resignation of Mr. Wright.
Mr. U. Ii. Webb was elected a mem?
ber of tho Hoard of Heullh to till the
vuoauov caused by the resignation of
Mr. ii.'cloy liilby.
Mr. Johu L. Alol'roekcu was eluded
? Justice of tho Peace for the Second
A resolution wns ndoptod that tho
Connoil Committee on "Tho ttrooter
Norfolk" address a letter to tho Coun
cil of Herkley expressing a desire to
cuter iuto negotiations looking to the
ouuexstiou of that town.
coMsiiTn:b or whom:.
lu tho eouiuutlee of thu whole, with
Mr. Hopcr iu the' chuir, au ordiuaucu
uiskiug appropriations for t?e fiscal
vear of 1895 aud 'U?, und reguiutiug
(lie payment of money out of the city
treasury, was adopted.
There wss futr sailing till fchedulo 1)
??< reached, which relates lo the tale
Two reports were submitted. Tho
rnnjority report put wholesale liquor
tkalers' tax nut to sell Iohh thau five
trillions 8~'l>(>, uituority 8150; wholesale
uud retnil, not less than one gullou,
$5fJ0; barrooms 81.000, minority $150;
ordinaries $l,(H)i) aud 0 per coat, ou
ntiuuul reut of building, minority 8150;
?wholesale malt liquors 8500, minority
$200; rulutl malt 81,000, minority S15 '.
'1 here was a long dison?8ion in which
the uioral, religious aud OUBiueBS in?
terests involved wero brought out.
Mr, Wreuu explained that minority
report was (properly, tho mujortty
recoiumeudatiou; that after u long con?
sideration of the questions involved
the minority figures were agreed upon,
as he thought tiuul, and that afterward
another meeting was held, iu which all
of thu rates were changed. A vole was
taken aud thu majority report was
Ayes -Arpe, Heai-lcy, liroiighton,
Jlrickbouse, Horum, t snip, Campe,
Collius, Goodridgo, (Irubb, Heath,
liyalop. Ironmonger, Moore, Pbillpots.
Loner, Bbeldon, Walker, White, Wiu
t-ton? 20. Noya -Uriggs, C'rooko, Her
tunu, Lewis, Loigh, Mallory, I'eello,
Prince, Rudd, Holland, Uuiull, .Shell
There were some ohangoi iu Hie tax
list which are intended to prevent the
Celling of fruits, vegetables, etc., from
wugous. Other obaugca were immate?
rial, Tbo ordinance now goea to the
Councils in separate eessioub for adop
tiou or rejection.
Kichiitoiitl < uii.-ui- mi < in in be.
Uv Southern Assoclateil Prose.
Richmond, Yn., March 28. The
Giants, from the Metropoliten city,
played bore Hits afternoon with the
Richmond College Club, who were
strengthened by tho loan of Itusie,
Moekin, Wilson uud .Murphy, The
playing was much more oven than that
of yesterday aud some very pretty
work whs tiouo by both team*. Rusie led
Iu tho Mick work, Bonding thu sphere
over left field fence for a homo run,
lie is in excellent form nud his speed
li wonderful. Tbo Neuro:
l;. II, K
N ?? Vor!-:.1 2 i im) :i 1 2 0 - 1 1 11 ;l
Iii Inn... :.1) 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 U? .1 D b
Hutteries: German, Clark and Par?
cel!; liusic, Meekin und Knaus aud Wil
At New Orleans?Bultimore, 11: New
At Savannah, Co ?Washington, 'J;
At Atluutu, Go?At Jan to, 0; 81.
At Montgomery, Ala? Cincinnati, 1(1;
At Augusta, Uii-l'rooklyu Coll.", ();
Dy Southern Assooiate.l Pros*.
PiTTsmnto, Morcli28, -Sberifl' R. M.
Pugb, of Jackson, Northampton coun?
ty, N. i'., at rived here to-day uud will
nave io-tnorrow for ln? home with
Walter Joliusou, ? colored murderer,
(?tinted in JaCkSOU. Six years ago
Johnson lulled Warren Davis, also
colored, in a street light at Jaofcaoo.
lh? Huh Will (i.im in > v?;ryboily.
tniv Dreea I.'on<lfe. "?? \? l> 5 eke, Maori
Wniets ami iim-n Snlis.
New line of figured,dotted and atrip
0-1 ducks, hhort waists ami duck units,
fancy dress goods, with new prices;
serges iu nil grades and abodes. Spe?
cial prices on many goods. One thoiis
and yards of 10 J sheeting bleached ;
?rorth 26o,| uow lye. H, A, ?suhdor?.
NO BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
A Long But Fruitless Session of the
It took tbo members of tbo I'olico
Board just two and a balf boiirs iu u
btui-obaiuber session yesterday uftor
iioou to make up tbeir nr.mis to truns
aut no busiucos. All tbo members
wero ou baud early, tbo Mayor being
tbo last to arrive.
They outorod the star chamber nt
once, aud their first visitor was oonu
eilojuu T. C. Whtto. of Atlantic City
Ward, who remained iu tho room
about liftceu minutes. When ho came
out rhu Mayor asked that Cant. Ladd
be seut for to be questioned in regard
to u robbery Saturday night. The
Mayor did not give any information
concerning the ouso to the reporters
who were sitting .in bis outer oiliee.
Officer Curios left tho place, but re?
turned iu u few minutes with Cupt.
Ladd aud oQlcers E. ft. Williams and
'1'itmuB. The trio entered tho saurcd
precincts i.n.l remained about half an
hour, Chief Hebmau also entered
while tboy v.oro presont aud remained
for some time.
It was then after ti o'clock and Offi?
cer A. C. Woodbonse hud arrived.
Tins officer is under charges, pre?
ferred by Mr. Willi? Wuller, of con?
duct unbecoming an officer. These
charges grew out of the arrest and
ohibbiug of a youth by the officer, who
was lined $2U and costs by Justice
burroughs, Charges have also b en
brought ugaiust Cunt. King by Air.
Mr. Waller was preeenl with Mr.
James l'\ Ditncau as bis counsel and
several witnesses. The complainant
was called in and live minutes later tue
clerk to the board came out acd gave
tins instruction to Officer Curies:
"Pboue tu Rev. .Mr. Small und lind
out wheu he cuu defend Ollicer Wood
The officer 'phoned and tho reply
came baok: "Monday night."
1 lieu tho door was ngutu unlocked
aud the witnesses culled in. They re
uiaiued possibly livomiuutos, aud when
they emerged they were followed by
A reporter put this question to Mr.
"V\ hen cun the reporters got in?"
"Why, Iber oould have been iu long
ago, for all I 1. now."
?ul the clerk bad kept tho door
locked and Officer Cilrles stood guard
on the outside.
A fow^miuutes before 7 o'clock the
i i . rters entered in a body uud this is
the rosult of the meeting as given out
by Commissioner Boltou:
"We could uol got the attendance ol
vJllic^r Woodbonse, who was ou duty,
and remained here talking until wo
could see him. Wo will hear bis ease
next Monday at IS o'clock."
Tbo Commissioner ?us interrupted
by the Mayor, who said:
"It was not that exactly, but Sum
.Small got sick."
Mr. Small was also asked over tbo
'pboue when bo would tie ready It) go
on with Cbiel Lehman's euso uud tho
"i will see the Board."
This, nt least, is the roply as given
by i Ifficer Curies.
"fur. FakI M.mi At tho Academy
Of Music to night the great railroad
melodrama, Lincoln J, Carter's "Fast
Mail," will bo given a grand scenic
production, und in many respeots it
promisos to be one of the most remark?
able ever iu this city. The play is
constructed on strictly modern princi?
ples, Tito interest sturtB ut a terrific
puce, aud is not allowed to liag for au
instant. 'The incidents ore made dou?
bly, thrilling by tho mechanical and
conic effects that are employed. There
eoms to be no limit to the possibili?
ties ol stage mechanism, but "The
lust Mail" seems to have covered nil,
the ground up to tho presont date.
The eouij uuy is highly spoken of, aud
the play is well constructed, with u
strong tinge ol comedy to offset the
serious elements. Prices, 25c, 5Uc,
Toe. aud 31.
??The PitixcBss Bonnie."?The sale
of seats for "Tbo Princess Ronnie,"
tho latest comio opera by Willard
Spenser, author of '-rhu Little Ty?
coon" which is to be given its first pre
soutaliou iu Norfolk at tho Academy
next Monday evening, is now open.
Mr. Bpencer is the author of both li
brotto atid music, and thoso who have
heard the opera say they (Slid iu it
the same bright (low of melodies which
guvo -"The Little Tycoon" suoh re
luiukablo popularity. Considerable
iu tor eat will be taken in the first local
appearance of the young American
priroa donua, Miss Minnie Landes
end the advunt in comic opeia in Nor?
folk ol tho well known comedian Mr.
Frank Daniels. Among the other
members of tho cast arc: Lillian
Swain, a favorite here; William Arm
strong,Joseph S. Qreousfelder, Robert
Broderiok, N. s. Burbam, Motiutjoy
Walker, and Mubclln Raker.
T he prices for this engagement are
ns follows: l irst floor, cT ami $1.50;
balcony, 50 uud 75 cents; gallery, 25
IliO Hub win it. mill iv.riliinly
Nickol Lover Watch, S-l. Repairing
a spociiiliy. Rrowu ?v Wolf, jewelers,
auceessors to ti, R. Smith, 11 Bank
A New Trial Will be Necessary in
the Pannill Case.
BAILED IN THE SUM OF $10,000
The Jurors Stood II to I In Fnvor of
Conviction ol R. H. Pannill,
Accused of Complicity With
Teiler Hamner in Em?
Uv Southern Associntoit I'roii.
IiYNcrutmtG, s'n., March 23.?United
States Court opened Ihm morning at
11:45, The jury in the I'hiiuiII chso was
brought urouud from Motel Carroll,
where they have beun kept during thu
trial. They hnd been considering the
ease ever since ll:5)U o'clock yesterday
morning but hud not reached a verdict
at tho hour of adjournment.
The jury after sitting on the matter
rill the morning had not reached a de?
cision when the court adjourned for
recess. Alter dinner the Judge asked
them if tbero was any point on which
he could instruct tbetn. Air. Dillurd
turned to the Judge uud said: ??With
my long experience as a juror I find it
impossible lor this jury to ugrce."
A juryman justbobiud bim romaikod
rather sotto voce: "Eloveu ol us made
up our minds two days u^o."
After returning to their room tit 3:30
o'clock the jury tiled buck into tho
courtroom, not being able to agree,
uud accordingly they were discharged.
Mr, Moulngue eudeavored to buvo
case moved to Uauville, but Mr. I an
mil's tuusel objected, Hu also a^ked
for bail for thu prisoner und thu Judge
tlxed the amount at $10.00 '.
The jury stood eleven lor convietion
end one for acquittal. Those of the
jury who voted for i.victiou were S.
N. Waller, 11. 11. Lr.vant, s. F. Wil?
liams, .1. A. Wilson, A. C. Garuett, .1.
M. Law-son, W. R. carper, .lohn T.
Foster, I>. Sissou, R. il. LigOU, Henry
K. Wood, 'ihn one who voted for
acquittal was .1. T. Dillurd.
.Mr. Montague was seeu by a reporter
ami asked if ho thought the case would
be taken to Dauville, ami he replied
that the Judge hud not decided but
that he thought it very doubtful. Mr.
Harrison whs seen and he said that
Pannill had been admitted to bail and
that the case could not come up before
the next term of court, and that does
not lute place until next September.
If the .huge should decide to tuke tho
cas? over to Dauville it will be tried at
thi-T term which begins in u few days.
Many Items Ticked From All Parts of
At.nASV, N. Y., 27.?(!ov. Morion
has signed Senator O'Connor's bill au?
thorizing foreign insurance companies
to do a court bond business in this
Ki.k ioN, Md.,28.?After being locked
up all night the jury in the Horace
Cooper minder ense brought iti u ver?
dict tins motuing of murder in the first
Ua_timore, Md., 28.?Dr. Hiram
Ham, u prominent physiciuu of Ibe
nottbcastern section of the city, fell
doun tbo stairway of his borne this
morning aud was instantly killed,
Camhiuixir, Md., 28,?Ibe sloop!
?lohn H. Thomas sprung aleak uud
sunk iu the Choplank river yesterday.
James Jones, colored, was drowned.
Capt. James R. Mont and wile hud a
unrrow escape, but v.ere rescued, l'bu
Thomas was loaded with oyster shells,
bound from Deuton to this port.
CiliCAOO, 28.?Carl Hilgen beck, the
famous German menagerie owner and
annual trainer, confessed judgment in !
the Circuit Court to day lor $-1,01)5 iu
favor of Ldwnrd Dcverling, an animal
trainer for Uageubaek, who chums that
sum lor services rendered uud money
Canaskuaga, N. V., 28.?About I
o'clook I In.-; morning lire levelled the
entire business part of the village in
three hours, Fiftg-six buildings were
coustimod and thirty-four families ren
dered homeless mid desolate, The to?
tal loss will reach $135,000.
Inion row n. Iu,, March 28.?The
coke trade is keening up its boom.
Last week's production increased sev?
eral thousand tons but was still 8,550
tou's less than the shipments, that
amount of stock coke being removed.
There arc 15,248 ovens ui blast und
Richmond, Ya,, March 28.? Miss
.Ichine Warn, an attractive young
lady residing with her parents near
Rai ton Heights, a suburb of this city,
committed suicide this afternoon by
taking a largo dose of slrychuiuo. No
cause is assigned for the act.
MoiiUiK, Alti.. 28.?Firo iu the bank?
ers of the Rrilish steamer Krux, Capt.
McDowell, now loading cotton at the
upper wharf for Bremen, was BU
nouucod today. Capt, McDowell
thinks the sun's heat continually on
Hie port side raised gases m the bunkers
London, Tho Moruing lost
Icarus from Madrid that part of n
wrecked steam hiuuch from the lost
cruiser lteiua Regetito was seen oil tho
South Spanish coast near Com! yebter
?Itio Hun Will ltcnefit t.verybotly.
HAVANA ALL EXCITEMENT.
The Insurgents Gaining Strength and
Beyond Loc.i Control.
Uy Southern Associated. Press.
Tampa, F.B., March 28. L'asseugora
on tins eveoiug'e iteauiet from Havana
report that that city is at lust in a state
of trxuitoiuout over the revolutionary
liioveuiuut. l?lTortu of tbo Cuban
ptitnotB to riao on February 291 b
proved futile in the oitj ol lluvuua and
country immediately surrotiuciiog, on
aooouut of the absouce nf (Jeu. San?
guilly, who was tu bave led the uiovo
meut, but now tboir lotces uro well
organized under able leaders und may
bo expected to rise iu arms ut any
moment, Tort An L'riueo >- deolared
in u state of rebellion by lite Spanish
Government, which makes four out of
live provinces of tho .- ,,?? t in a state of
The report that Maximo dome/, is- in
Ouba is eon?rmed and i.e is now at tho
hcud of the uprisiug at Au Principe.
The paeseugers declare thai na soon as
it is ofUcially known tbat Gotuo*/ is at
thf boad of the lusitrgeut army tho
whole inland will rise en masse.
i'wn engagements were hud. one at
Uayamo end one at HolKin, Col, San
loebiles was iu oommau I of tho Spau
isb forces aud Masso of tho Cubans at
the former place, iiud at the hitler Gar
rieb was iu c union:, t of the Spanish
iiiul Miro nf tbo Cllbau, 1 he insur?
gents were successful and bud not rein?
forcements arrived, Sauto ami In*
troops would bave faliuu into the
bauds or the Insurgents. Tbo
manifesto ih unchanged iiy tbo rebel
loaders iuvitniK Spaniards in espouse
tbe Cuban cause bus succeeded in win
uiug valuable support. Miro, who
fougbl Uarrioh ut urulguiu; Geu. I'opa,
(icu. Bslabau, Tam ay a, Col, Liens,
uiii to Tamoya, und many other chiefs
nf the Spanish forces in the last revo?
lution, have joined tho Cuban forces
and are lighting tor < tibau liberty,
tin Saturday n butile was fought ut
Gunuabauo and the Cubaua defeated
Spaniards with heavy losses, itobi ih
ut the hcud ol over 1,000 men. He Wim
ut liarayu lour days last week und went
from there to Loa Negros.
NN lien tbe 2,000 Spanish troops ar?
rived Monday at Havaua a portion ol
them were hurried oft to Sautiugo in
hide of two hours. Tiio passengers
state positively that the iusurgeut
troops pay cash for all tli?-y not to Bat
aud wenr in tbo town ami only lake
horses, saddles aud arms, ibe uegruos
of the island ure with the rebels, re?
ports to the contrary notwithstanding.
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norlolk.
Special llmp.it-.-n tu tlio Virgin: m.
Pktkbsboiki, Nu., March 2s-.? Tbo
Petersburg Croys have received Irom
the Leu Hilles, of Norfolk, resolutions
in which they express tbeii thauks for
tho kind trcatmeut received ut the
bund-! of tbo Greys on tbo occasion of
their visu to this city, ou the 22d of
February last. Tbu resolutions aro
beautifully engrossed and are in a ui -o
frame, which adorns the walls of tbu
ti revs' Armory,
llev. NN . ?. Starr, 1). I>., pastor of
Waihington Street M, L. Oburob, is
oarrying ou a very interesting revival
service, lie is assisted by Uev. il, L.
Johnson, I). 11.
Mr. C, J, NNulthiill, uroprietor of n
knitting null here, died very suddenly
late yesterday aftorubou. The deceased
nua a native ol liruuswiok county,
The ladies who uro interested in tho
Woman's editiou of tho Iudex Appeal
newspaper, winch is to be published
sometime between tho 20th aud 2~>tb,
of April, are busy at work soliciting
advertisements. Tbo prooeeds uro to
be applied to furnishing the new I nil
of the Voting Mou's Christiau Associa
tiou after it is completed.
Tho stables of Mr. Alfred Green, in
Diuwiddic county, near lteams' sta?
tion, were destroyed by lire lust uigbt.
1 en mules and one horse were burned i
tn death and u large ipiuuuy of feed
whs consumed, 'l'be dwelling house of
Kdwnrd IJell, colored, iu the same
county, and one mile south of lteams'
staliou, whs destroyed by tiro yuster?
duy with contents.
The grand jhry will resume to mor?
row their investigation of thu charge
that gambling is being parried on here.
DRASTIC RACE MEASURE.
Teamob, of Massachusetts, Proposes
Punishment for Discrimination.
By Southern Associate l i'iosj. |
Boston. Mass., March 28.?A bill
introduced by Mr. 'i'eamob,tbe colored
mnu, relative to discrimination iu pub?
lic places ou account uf race or color.
wuh giving n bearing to-day by tho
Commit ie- ou Judiciary. The bill
proposes lo amend the present laws
so us to make a person liable to tine or
imprisonment or both, if he makes a
distinotioD, discrimination or restric
tiou on account of colnr or race, or
causes Buoh to be mudo. Tho puny
! wan niuy he so trented may collect
: damages by civil process and it is pro?
posed in erase the words "good cause''
from thu present etututc. No decision
Tile Mb \titt Hemm i very bod v?
?too uli It Ice WmiK-tl.
Five tbousaud bushels, highest mar?
ket price. Ii, L. Owen, -70, 277, 270
Many Matters of Interest to Ml
THE MASSEY LIBEL SUIT.
A Conforenr.o Presumably ii> Regard
to it. Tin; Confederate Voterans
Loft Out. The Remains ol
Young, U.ilm. Bankers Note
Hpooiiil DUpatcu to Tho Virginian.
Richmond, Va., March 28.? Mossrs.
.lohn Nooly, A. I'. Tbotu and liiubard
W'ilku, counsel for lion. Juo, 1".. Mna
soy in Ins liliul suit against ilio Pilot,
bavo beeu in conference bom all day
with the buueriutoudout o( Public In?
struction. They were with him for
some time at I.is oflioo aud thpu the
party went over to the cnpitol and con
furred with the Qoveruor, who is pres?
ident of tbo School Hoard. Atioruey
Ueuoral Scott, Ihu third member of the
Uoard, whs sent for and name, aud Mr.
MoQilvray, the Board's secretary,
brought in a lot of documents for tliu
counsel lo Bxamino. The oouferonce
lasted sometime, but thu esaot uutmc
of >t could not be learned,
Whiln ilndgo F.diniind YVaddill, the
Republican lender in ihm seotiou of the
Stute, has not participated in uuy ol
Mr. Ilobsou's Itur eiecliou couferouoea,
bu is in lull sympathy with the move?
ment, Thu Judge told me to-day he
was heartily m lavoi ol u fusiou ol Re
publicans, Populists, Prohibitiouista
nud such Democrats as favor a change
of the election laws.
It is understood Unit the arrange
meuta lor the banquet in honor of (Jen.
Law lor. Uruud Commauder of the
Oraud Army id the Republic, on April
Itlth, do not contemplate thu presence
ol uuy one representing thu Confeder?
ate Veteraus. Tnis has uoeasioued some
The remaius of Cleorge I). Ration,
the dead football player, arrived here
from Washington at 2:40 p, in. to day
nud were met at the depot by u unm
bor ol friends. A committee from
Georgetown University oatuo as escort.
The body whs tukeU 10 the resilience
oi Alderman James baboti, where it
will be exposed to vtuw until Saturday
morning, when the luneral will tuko
[.laco from .St. Paul's Cathedral.
Morris Hopkins, the negro who is to
be tiling ut lleuriuo Courthouse next
Wcduesday for Ilm minder of Mr,
Parsons mudo today a statomeut re?
garding the killing, which he signed
ami l'uvc in the press us Ins lust mes?
sage to the world. In it ho save be did
not intend to 'ill Parsons, but hit him
to punish bim tor withholding Ins pay.
It is reported to day that IheUovoruor
is not exactly satisfied (hat Hopkins
ought to luiiig aud is looking further
into the cti-e.
I ne haukors of Riohmond all say
that the best t-igu of returning pros?
perity is the fact thu'. a vast amount of
money is being turned loose into the
channels of bit-tuoss and trade. In Ihu
last week or two nearly every financial
institution hurn has lent out big sums
for business purposes, in fact, some
of thu bunks have nearly exhausted
their reserve. During the long spell
of Uuanoisl depression, it was next to
impossible to get money. The ufteuts
of thai turned loose hure uro being
Mr. Horace ,1. Smith, formerly of
Norfolk, did Miss Isubel Weisiger,
were married here this evemug uud
left for tlio North.
'Bite - ?>?' Wilt lit in lit I v er? hot'y.
Gratifying Increase in the South Dur?
ing, the Last Quarter.
Dvdoutbsru Aiiutuiu i 1'ross.
R.u.t imou:, March 28.?The uew
manufacturing uud mining enterprises
in thu bouiheru States lor thu lirst
tpiuiter of I80f), us reported to thu
Manufacturers' Record, sht>w an ag?
gregate of .Sill; u guiu of 22!) as ooiu
pared with the first throo mouths of
lN'L The largest increase is shown in
cotton mills, of which tortr-two were
orgnuized during tho last three mouths,
aguiust nine for the same period of
I Ml I; of miscellaneous enter prises there
were 45f?, against 293; mining aud
ipiarrying compnuies increased from
titty to sixty two; Hour mills from
twenty-four to thirty-seven, und cotton
compresses from one to seven, iu hT
dttion to these enterprises tho Mann
lecturers' Record is advised of railway
projects embraotng the construction of
about 300 miles ol new Jtuo in Honda
1110 Hub Ulli He.i. in Ivor)body.
St. Aiigrtisuf pic's drawl ?irc.
By Sinithoru AsttuuiuluJ i'.i u.
St. AUuysTlNB, Fla., March 28,?
Firo broke out ut 12:4J5 this aftoruoon
iu a blaekmitb sliop on Charlotte street,
which destroyed a groat deal of prop
' urtv ou Hipolta, Charlotte, Rayu, Cnuu
auti St. George streets. Forty-six
residences and storta any mauy oilier
buildings were destroyed, rendering iu
the space of four hours about 100 fam?
ilies homeless and having muuy board
era to seek shelter elsewhere, ruuny of
It he in with only tho clothing winch they
had on, The losses will aggregate
THE OLD NORTH STATE.
Small Roms ol a Newsy and Personal
Hpeeiiil i1 i ' m to the Virgiuian.
r.Ai.i nni, N, March '20.? At n
trml in court I'uesday Col. P. M. Argo
appeared ogaiust u locksmith, .Mr.
Hrnck well, un.t during tho it nd bold
Mr, Druck well up to sevoro ridioulo.
on yestordsy lue two gentlemen met
in tho street, aud words letl to blows,
and a regular light occurred.
air, W. O. Uurkboad, of Whitovillc
Ints accepted tho invitation of tho
ijiidiuB1 Memorial Aeaocintioo of WTl
miugton to deliver tho memorial ad
dross on May loth.
The business muti of t Sroensboro nro
thoroughly ludigttaut at Huh now as
signmeut law. One of the bunk prosi
dents there stiy.s bo bad 30,000 sent
dim by it tuend to invest there, but ho
will bo obliged to return it.
Mr. Arch Stokes, while assisting in
tint building ol a house in thu upper
; part of Ureoiiville county a few days
ago, fori, und striking bis head, broko
The great Klkiu cotton mills aro now
running both day aud night to catob
Up with their orders.
Tho Seaboard has a corps of survey
? tu ut work surveying a railroad lino
front Lilenhoro to Meuriottn.
blx-Judga .lohn Gray Ryuutu was
lined ;\v.) tot contempt of court in Mor
gautou on Tuesday.
Agniu yesterday many farmers, who
canto in lor supplies, were refused
crcdil on mortgage. It is truly a pitia?
ble state ttt ttllulrs. A cry of dismay
comes from all over the Stute, Rut
uhal can be done - Some suggest- thu
calling of tho Legislature in extra ses?
sion, while tho majority aro uot. iu
favor of thus giving thcni nn opportu?
nity to tin any more damage.
i p in VVilkes ooutity Monday night,
a party ol whiskey blooltadors went to
tho houiuH of a father und two sous who
were wituosses in a case aguins at
moonshiner, nud shot tho ohl man nntl
toio tlon ii the bonnes of tho two sous.
The military company al Rooky
Mount hits disbanded. II is Company
1>, Scco:ui Kcgiuifiii,
? tic Huh \?iii It-tm of 11 l.vurybudy.
Try Murray's dinuors anil breakfasts
fiOc. each. Tboy urn Ihn best ill tho
State; ?l Hoanoko avenue.
WE WILL HAVE ANOTHEll MCE LINK
OK BTOOK 1 Oil OUR
Tues?ay. flpill 21IB9S,
whieh will conti*! of one car fium A. Asher
one car frpin L Upultus, one oar from K.
K. IIa nr. mi" cnt from Fruit lloberts. mio
i at- from II. lt. 1M0O lue, mio car huge
Mules fiout Kauffuan weighing l.oon to
l,3ttti each, also somd troiu other shippers.
Itoinetnbor nn givo twe it -four hoars'
tri.d on nil rtuek s 1,1 at suction and if not
as represented money ml! bs refunded.
Railroad, Steamboat and
4 and 6 West Markol Squaro,
PROMISES vs. PERFORMANCE.
On an annual premium of *"-il.'io paid to
thu besi ouo - t tho fe.? l ort I.ifo Insurance
Companies in l>oi.-uinbt r. 1>SI, tho eash
dividend w-is ouly 8SU.'i$?M| per pent.
On an auuiial pre niura of * Ml (III liuld to
THE riOn'l UWfcSTEItN the c.i-h dividend
in Uocsmber, 1894, wn-. *203?S0| fur eont.
I Uotli ordinary life ]>lsu nud Insuring 'ho
! shiiio HiuOQUt. The*e nio At) i U.M. UK
BUL'LS, Two and a half times us largo.
D. Humphreys & Son,
I ?Eti'L AUENXS NQUl'UWEtVIERN.
A Great Scare at the Scene of the
Recent Garza Raid.
REPORTS OF ANOTHER ATTACK.
? he Populace Barricaded Themselves
and Citizens Took Arms. No Per?
son Allowed on the Streets Af?
ter 8 O'clock. Consign*
ment of Lee Rifles.
fly Sunt horn A.siatod Preis.
Monn.K, Ala., March '28.?A letter to
the Hcgistor from Locus del Torr, the)
sceoe of the recent Garza raid and
iienth of that leader, says tinder dtta
of March 18tb, that a great scare had
I prevailed thero owing to reports than
iho place win nhout to bo attacked
again by the Insurgents.
The populace hurricadod themselves
in their houses und tho troops soi/.od
their arms, but nothing happened.
Nevertheless, so great was tho alarm,
that four tilths of the population, later
in the day, took refuge on tho small
islands opposite Bocaa.
Captain Ortiz, has been promote ! to
Lieuteuout'Colouel. Ho enjoys the
oouUiteuce of the Arnericuu residents,
Bocas ih under martini law. Every
nbiu bodied citizen is ou duty, every
house is required to have a light burn?
ing in Ir<>iit of it, no person may be
on the streets utter s o'clook p, in., and,
no three persona uro allowed to walk
abreast. Government troops have re?
ceived now Leo repeating ritles.
'?'lie ttiil. Mill lloitalll l.v.ir? btulr.
"Newest Discovery"?Ext. teeth no
pain. N. V. U. Looms, 102 Maio.
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And nppnrutus to determine the
defects of refruution nod aooom
odation, are acknowledged to be
necessary, in order tu adjust
gluasea properly for imperfect
vision. ISut Hue optbulmio ap?
pliances in the bunde of ouo who
is not an expert iu their use, or
who is uot skilled iu tho suisnoo
of optics, uro like lino surgical in?
struments in the bauds ot an un?
That Ur. Geo. D'. Levy, tho
Norfolk Eye Specialist, bos the
bigbuat claps instrumonts and
appurtenances inunufaoturod, a
visit to bis establishment will
provo. That Ur. Levy is an ex?
port iu their use, bis reputation
ufter throe years residence in
! Norfolk, should be oullioient
* You uro cordially iuvited to call
i and have your eyes examine;),
' whother you are iu ueod of glasses
I or not. Tue visit will provo to
i you that Dr. Levy understands
I bis business, and is an enthusiast
> in his profession. It will also bit
i agreeable uud interesting.
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