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I-OHSI LAW HEGULATINC IT..
IEBIGIKE PLOTS- OFfYIRGIBi
Ku jnJprcfclinKT Pniier Kenti: nt; Om:
<tf <be YeKterday— Alcohol
„». a Remedy ■ forX. Carbolic .V Acid
ji o j),i>ninji— Will; Adjourn 1 To»Day.v
Three interesting, sessions of the Amcri- :
e^r, Pharmaceutical Association - were j
tt£& yesterday, h'ndr ihc:-members; afso ;
; ; fE *^yod, a trolloy-rWtf to:l^akosidc. -
Perhaps the mostjnieresting paper read,
xras one on "Medicinal Plants ilndige
r ,ya* Jo Virginia," road by;" Mr .. Caswell
X. J's>"o> of -New* York. ' \
T2ie"o was an ; Interesting. discussion oo r
the "model pharmacy law," such as =is in
force in many States -of the- Unloni and !
she movement to; make-it .general. ; ;
the association held; the : third . session
or the Section oh Scicntllic Papers at, the
Jefferson 3"<?sterday; mqrnJng. sMi\; F. ; G. l^
Ryan, of Philadelphia*: presided! '■'■: X
\7RGIXIA::MEDiciNAL' HERBS.- ;..--
There were a number of papers "'on
sdlentiflo topics. , The- qnlyf qrie ; of interest;
to otlivrs than members. oiuhe proiession
y.ks one entitled .'•Notes" bn r Indigenous
iH-UES," by Mr. Caswell A. Mayo, of Xew;
York. The paper dca!t : wUh the early re
cords o£ medicinal plants native to
l^alfi, which appear taf Uie^histqrJbaT.freT.'
cords or early Colonial period? 1 ThVau
ilior paid a glowing; tribute to the Vlr-
gentlemen of- the fseyeiitcenthi and
:*rly eighteenth 'centurj" as having, in,
me^t cases, a high; regard for the welfare,
cot only of his own family, but for thar'
c-: the community; at large, rile: instanced
i»« care with which.early Colonial writers
had recorded what was; known, or," be-"
lifvod to be known,- regarding; the itiera
pt-utic \irtues of : th e native plants. . : ; :
He pave a number of extracts from the
writings of. Colonel William Byrd, Cap
tain John Smith, Hugh; Jones; and others'
of the early Colonial .■.period! ; bearing; upon ;
the Question of medicinal plants; and
their uses, stating that these. records were
for the most part in; such; form; :is not
to be available; for : the "uses of : the; stu-
of botanical ? history; and : that, for
this reason he had •collated -these data for.
j'Ublicatiqn in a* condensed form in^ the"
proceedings of tho association wherethey
<ou!d bo utilized, and would probably
come to the notice^ of those interested: in
the «arly history; of. botany in the United
States. ■-. - s -'."..--"- "
OTHER- PAPERS. : : ;
Mr. Gtjorge W. Boyd.v of Washington.
read a. paper. entitled' "Compound 1 Spirit of
Ether and Etherial Oil." * .. . .'• '
Mr. J. O. Schlotierbeck offered a paper
entitled -TJpon . the Xa.ture of the Com-.
rnercial Sanguinarine."-
Messrs.F.E. Stewart, J. M. Good, and
A. B. Stewart l offered a paper commend-,
inp tho 'president's address.
Mr. Henry Kraemer offered a paper on
"A So-Called Ipecac Polygale Angulata
»• c.", ; : ;;. ,:- : -.v ;- ;;■ :■.',•;: ■: ;. ■■ ,;.
A paper on. the "Proximate Analysis of
Eiipatorlum Perfoliatum," by Mr. Charles
A. Walter; v/as read.'
Mr.' SevrardiW.: Williams' read a paper
on '"What Representative Physicians:
Think About Plasters.".
The 7 - enort of: the Committee/ on ".Revi
sion of the United States Pharmacopoeia
was road. .The following, composed, the.
committee, presenting the report;: Messrs.-
Xieo"Ebiei; of South Bend, Ind.: F. W. E..
Stedem, of Philadelphia, and A. R. L. -
Dohane, of Baltimore.
Messrs. Tf. H. Rusby. Henrj' Kraerner.
and David JI. R. Culbrett woro appointed
a commitieo to address "the Secretary ot
A ?rri culture, urging that the . government"
undertake ■ tb;culth"ate> medicinal ■ plants*. ■
ALCOHOL AND CARBOLIC ACID.
Mr. E. V. Ho well offered a ' paper on
"Alcohol as an Antidote to Carbolic:Aci3
poisoning." .It ,was : claimed by several
tnat alcohol" would neutralize, or irriodify,
the effects of the. acid," and- was capable
of Bi\ing relief in cases of poisoning by
carbolic acid.
A number of; other papers, were" read,.
and the association- adjourned for : lunch;
A PHARMACY: LAW. \ "
The body- reconvened at ! 2 .o'clock, and
the first session of, the Section on Educa
tion and Legislation was held. . Many
lepers v.-ere read. andthen : at 4:30 o'clock
the delegates took a trolley-ride to Lake"-:
side. .The session was resumed after
supper, and- the' evening was devoted to;
the perfection of a model pharmacy law.
This law is being prepared for adoption
in all the States of the Union, and ! amorig
the most Important provisions of the
law are those giving druggists control
of the sale of poisons,; and .requiring:
them to label all poisons as >~such, and:
to keep a- record iof the name of the pur
chaser of all poisons.' ;.'.: ' Another, section
requires pharmacists; to /"preserve all
original prescriptions. • .; : - .• .
The sectiori^ elected Professor C. B.
Lovre, of .: Philadelphia, chairman, and
rrof Gssor J. H. Koch, of Pittsburg, sec- :
retary. The association - elcted!- Dr. „H.
L. Whelpley, of St. Louis, local secre
tary, to provide . for : the . session : in ; that'
city next year. .. . ■'
CHURCH-HILt BRAXCH OPEXS. V
The \\\ C. A.. Begins Its Good Wort
There— Peruonal Xotcs. ■-■■■' •
The Church; Hill branch of the .Wo
maxi's Christian . Association 'r) was for
niaJly opened . yesterday! ; The rooms
■*ere open for inspection until 11 P. M.,
and a great many donations Vere~ re
ceived during, the : day The many'j visi- 1
tors were .'delighted with ; the irieat ' ap-; j
I'earance of the rooms, one; of which. was 1
furnished by a denomination: on ; the \ hill. !
The parlor has been" -attractively.: fur
sished by the mother association^ and the*
&ack parlor has > been -rented -and^fur
iilshed as a library, by. some ladies*, for
the benefit of the Inmates." .
"• . -'■- *'*:*:. -C^" : -- '-:•■/-,- . • : -
Ihe Hebrew Ladies' : Memorial :7Assb-:
nation will hold;; their, usual; memorial'
esercißes on May. 23d. vßabbi-Dr. Edward
>. Calisch will conduct' the services, and
vocal musics will be furnished' b\- a auar
tttte. ; ; : . ' .; " ■;■•;■ ■ - \- r
The Walker^ Light Guard, Captain' A:
«- Millar commanding; 'the : Senior arid'
Junior Oakwood, .the; Senior, and. Junior
HolljTvood Memorial - ? Association'; Lee
£jid PickPtt Camps, anoV the' -Sons . of
veterans are invited: to; join in the '; exer- .
cltea. - ''•'.'■. ...'-■ ■■■.•"* ■■'.":••-•.'■-■•{ ■;•. ;..-:;%.■ ":;-■:■-;- •.■-■:;■■" ..-
Miss Moses, . M rs. h' J. M y ers, a rid Mrs*
Charles A: Laberibergv were. appointed; to?
attend the meniorlalservices at Oak\voodr
and Miss Moses,; Mrs^Sr B:- Rbseribaum.
. ■ .; ... ■■■„• „■ . .■ ..-.-. . . -.-... -.■■ . * ■ , t .. ; .;i.. ■..-.. „ .■;,
in all Gases of iteiiiig -
Burning Humors
_- ■ ;: : .-",.;.'■: - *■•'*•" ■ " ■ :■■ ■' -■' '-'■'■■ ' -'~■■'•-'~ ■■'•-'
Him ins
CUTICURA RESOLVENT
While Cleansing the Skinmndl
Scalp; witii i hot bath^of|CUTl2|
CURA SOAgandeh^lilfpli
Raw, IrJi^p|^pfacetewitfii
Cin-ICURA : OiNTOENf^^IpS
" DRINK, NOTHING but Natural. Mineral' Water, such as"' l
- . Apollinaris, free from ai! vi^fiß^lo» - "-' "
and M rs; Henrys Block" j will i roproKent the
association at Hollywood. . .-
Miss Annio. Plrasarits Gray has -been
appointed ; sponsor "to -the Confederate re
«nipn.;;;aty Louisville ; by v/Congressmkri
.Lamb;.;-and'; has^ accepted/; the' invitation:
;Miss;Gray. isUherdaughterJbfMr./James
T -^ G .r a J^^?-Jivaliant3Confedera^^
one i?qf p the >j most \ popular ;• you ng";" ladies'
InHhe social circles -of the city. . ."
*♦*-"'
Mißs. Annie Krook; /forriierly. -'. oV this
city. was.-marrledjtb-Dr; Thomas" Becker,'!
of -/Wilmington, Del>," oh- iW"ednesda>vr May,!
9th. : ;;Dr. ; and" Mrp/^Becker ,: are :. now'the ';
guests -; of ; Mrs*. V Becker's T/ sister,/ Mrsr 'Of
wr^Dalrymp^er :625 : riqrth^ Sixth street,^
. where they/will ■ be . for" ten days.;' ■■'„■ 1 : ~;'*a
* * •
V; Miss ;= Mary. Ashby 8e11, '.-., who : - has-been
further.: pursuing , herrmusicalv studles : r du r "
.ririg.:;theo.wlnter.^iri;. ; New York,' / has ;;rer.
turned . to : this city, arid: willf be • the fguest'
"of I Mrs.^'E. X.;> Shepherd, -'. 1003 / Wes t; ave
nue^ for. several "weeks. ■ -•■; ."'
r: Mrs. Enraia; Henry Fergussbn ;. :qf -La
f }:Gol)cbland'.''cqun'tj%liisl,vislti^^lierl
bfother,/Hpn.V : William; WirtvHenry;; Mre.*;
Fergusson: is^the "nuthof/of farijlj
: Loyal ty," : : andr.writes 'constantly^ forithe
magazines. • „
- "" ■-.-■"... r ■ "'- . : . '* ;- *;- - - ~ ' '" - : -I . : — '■ ''• \
(/^ Among- those; who; received diplomas' at
the" ; sixth ' annual [; : comfnenceriient ,qf Kth'e
Maryland School for Nurses, held : in Bal
tiriibre Thursday night..were. Misses Nan
nie.^H./Jones and;, Louise - Mil ton;. of
Virginia. ; / < : _ / v
: >ii"; ':" : -.V' :: - '.■■;:"■- :> ■. v *^^"::;-/.. v v: "'"■• ."-v'^
~;Miss Kate Exali; -of vßaltimore,; is ; visits*:
Ing Miss. Mamie Raridali;- of north' Eighth'
street. ; and - will ", "remain : . until :; a f terJr the'
Carnival;/- ; -V-; .- !; ■:.. :';/ ' ; ; "'. "•-';."; : " ; /
-' .-"'•' ";* : • ".*' .' - . ■' ■ ■':•■':•'•
The "monthly meeting of. the Colonial
Dames Cwill^beiheld "at "the'-residence^ of.
Mrs! ;;W/v W. * Henry ; this r afternoon : at - 5
"o'clock. '"..'- ' , ; : : /■;
■. ■• : -,v"" - : '■-- '''■-, '* ;*; * "•■■;■'■' ;-,"•/; "■-/-■
The, .fourth :- ; annual; luneheon r of', the
"Alumnae .."of . the ■ Woman's Club will take
place^bn June" 4th at the Jefferson Hotel.
.- : ■■■': ;-;--.":^-^' : -'"^ r -*';'*-':-';:--'"-v;:;/ ■"■.:■/
.Misses " Norma . Arnheim and Sambria
Morris, of Tarboro'../N'.. C. are visiting
Miss Etta Rosendbrf. ' ?..
■ ; ... :• ; .':■'..'.: -'V »; fi' '-'■''■ - . '0- :; / •';■:■
-Miss X.'Arnheirri and Miss Ettarßosen-.
dorf will be- at home' 1 . Sunday eyenirigV
Mayri3thJ ; ' .'
'■ ■■/"-"' . "■/--;,/■.:,♦■♦".*■ >•-.'■ .-.' . -v:\;./ :'-'■
Mr/and Mrs.. Alexander. M^ej'er will sail
on ; .May.'3lst for 'the'. Paris Exposition;.-;-
THE • GR ATS MUSTERED IX.
The; Old- Company, is Once More in
the Service o£ Virginia.
In •■the i presence of. a. crowd that taxed
the capacity -of the First -Regimental Ar
mory . the :■■ Richmond . Grays were muster
ed into -;the ; State service 'v Ja"st\ night. : '.
There -was tremendous applause- when
the mustering officer, Captain;W.W.-Bar
row, declared " t he company onceV more
ready- for, /any duty" assigned /them, fit;
was a . "sight that brought- tender X- recdl-''
lections r to ' : the many v veterahs ; present,
when the- gallant-"- company, "••;■ -'sixty-seven!
strong, under the: command "of " the geitiial
Captain. C. A.jCrawfo'rd; marched intothe
drill hall,; arid their appearance elicited the
most' favorable comment: - ■.■'■
The company kept Vup ..its well-known
standard; of ■ promptness.'^ -There was no
Intch ; whatever. ; The :.' papers:/ were air
ready, as well, as the men, for the mus
tering officer;; and called-; forth: his most
favorable comment:
After • the mustering" of ; the -company,
the association held; a "meeting, and" de
cided to / celebrate; .their anniversary "ou
June 12th. by an all-day picnic "at Blan
don Park, when ?; old; arid. young". Grays"
will; once more mingle round tlie :fe"stive
board; and celebrate >the,.day as of yore.l
After the /meeting a number t ; of- enlist
ments were received; which .now brings
the roll .strength of the" company :; to 'ovei 1 ,
eighty, men, and . when- they parade, 'on'
Hollywood; Memo rial-Day, no doubt 'they
will maintain -the rrr'/ . -mot- the., old
Grays tor soldierly, appearance. ; ".'
VISIT TO • HIGH SCHPOU
School Board: Concludes -. Its Annual
Tour of . Visitation. ; .'._,-/-.;.-■ ■;■;'-.
V The annual tour^of-. visitation of the
members- of ..the' School Board to all of
the public schools of the city ■ concluded
with ; the visit of trie board .'• to .: the Y High
School 'on yesterday, '"/rhe visits to" the
various "schools, have been ;'highly. r "satis-:
factory this : year. "'" -:- ■ .- ; . ;
; - The T board was: especiaily pleased with
their" visit to "the; High: School. :; Among
other studies; r that ; in music, which has
recently; been; added, was"^ given! a; -prac-j
ticaldembristratibnc yesterday. 1 A" piece
of music, ; unfamiliar ]to the pupils, : ,was
.written on alblackbqard;;; The -class, read'
it correctly,' and afterwards sang, it, ■■ carry-
Ing.Tthe:airjreriiarkably'welK;-;The com
posiUonL.was. not 7 a : difficult "one, .'but it,
served *to > prove that the pupils ; are mak
ing "encouraging progress - in^this ■ 'impb'r-;
tant - branch of -Vy 1 ..--,-, •'-;. -."■'.. f'.
-v Tue Week's Bijou Bill.:; —
A ■ matinee i this (afternoon ■ and •' a night
performahcejjby SMissV Lillian pßurkhartj
the'Melrqse Brothers!' Dooley^: and r ; Kent,
Howard and ~ Bland;' and: the ' others ; : who
made-up"; the. ; Bijou':. bill;, this -"week;- will:
close "the thirty-fourth*: successful; week
of the; theatre "this'j season. ',- • :'-?;: ■,"".•
•;> Xext : ; week's -\ bill. .- promises *.' to ; be :;oiie'
of the. features of jtheTcaniiyal; ; Manager
Wells, ; at inqTyiittle- expense; Vsucceeded; in
securirigHhergfeat-inystiner.'-Hbudihlithe
handcuff-: king,^ r as feature'yof the
bill: ' J HbudinKwill 5 : perform ; his j-marveilbusj -marveilbus
trunk ; trick, ';: arid invites *, any^qn'e to.' place
handcuffs ? on <■ hirri^V arid |;he ;'.; promises .to
escape v f rom ■; them\; without ';■■ any ; kind: 'bf
assistance: y}^ Besides";^ Hbudini;-.;...i Manager
; Wells rwjll;; presentybther;* head-lirie ?acts.
suchVas: Grape win":, arid? Chance;?; the" Four!
Emperors : of JMusic.iEliribre ?Sisters, ; -a"rid:
others.
: :■■'. - Christian "Union: Mccl ivy,
:§:'A^Christian union service will be held
Jtmel3d E aits thei Baptist ichurch^at: Barton
fHelgbt^^^Thisßunit^meetirigSwas
gested '-.-; byj : > the f' Christian]| MayS Pes tivalf
[recently* held 'in this city. Rev. J. Sidney
Petefslwlll | preach the sefmbn;;aridf!Revl
iGeorge^^larkei f /and|Re^|Mf?|^uirea^^^^^
terian? church, willfjalsoXniake
[address'^S4^3flC^^v b!?;b !?;l a M^Tß?r?.^?^9^
rtralned^yp^^s^underith^Tdirect^qnToffMr:i
iW.^H.', -Bennett, \ und'j the?; occasion will
prove to bo a vury delightful ono.
Svtsro :Stolv v l.aml>.
Mr. 1\ JI. Cii'shor had a iamb stolen
|'frb^his£wag^nXijSi.^%ck"oe7SJipTyestOTda^.
(mqrning.^Aril^unknbwn^negrq^sold s the^
slas^tQlM^O.^l*¥BJ^e>^of|j^^:Brqad
street -or ?? jO some hours I'later1 ' later sn the
■day. The iKsrro wc.rt' ■ s.y?iiy v/i'ilj the
n:oji< y, and has i ot been found.-
S;;Q : ;>fe^^:>^i ? N^^ Monday.'^r^^^
• -'A , . marf iaguv ijc'onso '.'..was ':! granted £;"yesK
'terday <if t ernqon^to^^thur^ T^ Bradley^*
;!-,'. ljiura. yEv E Wooters, daughter'' of^E.\
|fyf^^Kq^yß^:Wbbt^a%ThejlsrbqmHq3s
bi» is a' merchant.;' The' license "haj3neiß4the|
'• Mth: Instant Vast theTda'te! of .the i marriage.
\m m I -mm \ IIP l i i m^sm&mmM& Wmmmmß, l
'■- ■ :-ic.--=..^>^-,."^=v^/.i, ; j^^,,---^::.;':K^':?«j n -^ :
,TROpPS- : ARE!ORDEREI>IOUT.^
■SSh^*fl^*/fHenr>-;Connty;'llaHito'rHttTo:i
AKslh4ance iv Save a Xcfcro.- - •
j Of.-. rn-,-r Tyh«r >i; to onler 'iut''the i
hniilig^|la^Si^tc>raidVthe;i^
Henry county in preventing the lynching
j fqf a- negro: in : jail' a t^Marti^vUieA charged?
i^^jytifattemptlng'lqrimlnal^s^ult^irponla.^
I youiig cqurity; ~~- '$,
I i/.TheJ: Governor/; received /thellfqllbwing'i
jitelegramv from > Sheriff R. E. - D^ivis, at
| Mar^syjl^;{at^:3O;o'clb^k^l^oi^ght:^
l^4"Gra'urid^ta^ffcar.Tmob : tyiqleri"ceitq^egrb'
I in^iriy/ charge/; ''I I ; ask''!- immediate"..; assist-:
ance ; of^ military . \ ' ~.\ '-/ * ,~' . '.'"-"• '■'" : >
f:- The; Goyerriqr sent ;" the /f qllbwing ;; t"ele%
jgram^ atj once : ;-;•. f. /-. ; ■/;/ -///:;^ , ':;,;;p /v : |:;.^' j
;;i "Summon Strongest : posse "possible; c and !
lyou;. once. ■
'fr/.. : --i'-'O- "J. HOGE^TYLERy; Governor. " j; ;
fgAdjuterit^Ge^neral^Nalle^is but ;!qf the
city;|qwingito i theTillness'bf ; his
I ,CuJpeper;; and ■. thefGoyerribrTsent 1 ; f or^.^th'e:
| l Assistant;;Adjutant-General;>tCaptain-JW
•W:-;;Barrow. ;/ It i^was^isbme^ime^befbre)!
I Captain". Barrow; 'Vquld .reach '■ the" mahsiqn?|
I and-; the/Gbyerrior^r nqt;.knowiiig^h"etherJ
I • the' MartlnsyilleT: 'company* ;/wa.s ': yet Treadjv:
j for /active /service, j sent .; the;- following j!
l i telegram > tb Captain \Bri2fzie, -.commanding^ j
the.^Rqaribke^Light -Infantry: ;'S - • /J;-/>j ;; :
;/" "Hbw'sobn J'can ; ;ybu*get: company; ready/
>tjo.'gq:;t6?M^rtins^HeKAnswer,:;at^oncel'.?^
)■£ Goyernbr; Tyler, -^sb -dispatched Vthe . f ol-^
lowing telegram :.tb ; the" Superintendent Fpf I
. the;-' Norfolk"/ ahd'v Western" 7- railway ; : at r
Rbanoke':: 1 /..'! '■•;/-; •-.- ; ;'/ v ,"> r :^r" k. '■:;'. ; : * v ;"
v : ''Can^yqii arfango;"to itransfer'companyi
of troops'; from Roanoke " ; to ' Martlrisville >
at once. "i/ ;•■ ■■. ■ . .-. ■ / ,- ■■, ■ :;
;. It "was 11- o'clock when' the" lastotele
grarnXwas sent, " and^ at 11:10 . : the : Gqvernqrji
received c a telegram f f r orii ~; Hbn^ Sa fniiel '.'
Morgan; vMayor.;bf?;Martirißyille;;.;saying:
that :the need : . of : military^ assistancelwas ■
so urgenti that he v hadvordered?the;: Pied-.;
:montVßifles;; ; "qf/that: place;-, to;:'guafdv,the^
jail, yaridJasked ith'at- th'eT6rdervbe£ra tified 'j
by.^the .■.'Gqyernqr}^ l^helrGbvern'6r..rreplie'd3
bj-iseridirig^the^fbllowlrigiteleg'ramr-. -■'"•■;
"Ca'ptainj'OfrenV^.V Stone; ". Commanding;
„ Piedmont /"Rifles, i- Martinsyille,'. Va.; : '
-■;"RepbrtVtoJ Sheriff '.with 'your - company, ;
arid;i render such lassurance:;as ; ,:may ; ! be
necessary- .to protect^ prisoner. , -
■ .^ '^HOGE^TYLERrGqverrior^jf
;i; This dispatch'; was sent ;" at 11:20 o'clock] .
At same- time/ the ' Governor /wired ■
Sheriff;. Davis as- follows: - '•/,., -"
"Have ordered Piedmont Rifles to~fep6rt !
to you. /If other, troops are '■-- (heeded to
protect; prisoner let me" know, at once,*
:and/ they will - be ■■senL" :; "" ■-:-^ ;^ c " ; 'y>".
At the .tiirie"the;foregoingi dispatch' |was
sent, ' a telegram; s came V '.from i; Captain v
Stone,'- _;tq the Adjutant-General^: saying
that;the company had; responded to the:
Mayor's .- qrderr. »• J , ' ' - '
'- Governor '.', Tyler : aiid , Captain .Barrow
remained?; out of /bed until lallateVhouf
this /"morning,; but nothing- of a serisa- ■
itional nature was" received .from the seene :•
of. the'; trouble. ;/ ■; :-•* -;f.j : ; ": /."; ';'; '/■-.-":/ ■- .-" :; > " : ; ; _'/'- ;:
;-, A.-telegramlto'fthe Dispatch from Mar-;
tinsyllle;: last might,i night, - r , said .sthe fcrlme was '
;.c6mmltted^last'."^Wedne's'dayi'^
of the . young ;WOrrian;;/who ?: resides : . about -
two ; miles r from t Martinsville, " was - not;
giyeri:'/The/ negro's -name .is /:;:Charles-
Hairstbri: " ,"'".*.. -' '-
;. On Thursday a- warrant was -sworn out
for. the' negro's; airest, andulnilessjthalii?
an : hour v Sheriff :\ Davis! had :• him 1 5ri^ jail; ;
He was /given .a ] hearing -before /Justice ■
G: E.. Waljer yesterday ,\X and - sent h back
to: jail, pending.; the'? sitting ; oorf r the "grand l
ju"ry; ; _ ;.■■ '/-.;. ': ; ;^ .'^W r - ■'"■,,-./;//' : M^-H'-- ;
MOB REPORTED TO BE : ASSEMBLING'
/At 1:30;; o'clock this ; morning" the\Dis-
patch's!; Martinsville correspondent .wired
as .' follows: ■-■'..'.;-; -;c : "'-'■- .'--V:^' : )^:--r^/
''Ay.mobA v .mob • is -reported to -be -assembling
about three miles from town. .. The danger
of rlyriching-is iriiminerit. )k ';/';-: a ; / : ). ■;;//■
: "The: Piedmont i Rifles, -from-. thisVplace,
are : "now. " in possession ; of -the; jail;-, ■ The;
company. ; numbers > about forty : Xmen^
Captain ■:" Stone ; ■'/ thinks . : he"; ;can; -- 'cqp'e"
.with / the mob.'. Popular . feeling Is very •
intense." -.-■ ■■.'/" : ' ; : : : ■""-■: ■';■-. ' .; -
CLAY-WARD % ACTIATES;
'■~~ ..... ■■-..,. •--■ .-. . - - ... -. ■:.:•■--,: ?.-.:. \:.±— ■>, -■•■-.
Senator Barksdale Will Speak at
:- BelviUere nail To-Xisl»tr;; : ■
. .The ' meeting, to" -have been; held ? at -Old
Markets : Hall" last -v night in *• the ihxerest i. of
the cons'tUutibnal' convention; ; proposition",
was : . postpqri ed| ." o wing to i a;■ misunder
standing -as: to the' auspices"; under"; which
the was". to /have™ been •■:held:- v?;''-l
;f.'The7."attendance2.wasssmall,v- owing); to
the^circumstancenientibned; ,; Diverse re
pbrts'Vas.'rto'lwh^ther^theTOldgDominibn.
Club br:thV ; City^Committ&e:'w"as'''tq"haye'
charge, of /the": meeting \were - current.-"; As
a result, 'neitherSriiade '"the I"effqrt^tb'fse
cure a - crowd. President Wood; -of the
Old ; ; Dominion . Club; I; said : la"st; night" "that
he had . : not 5 even 1 arranged ; to " secure -the
hall ;' until;; yesterday, thinking"; the . : City.
Committee wasf arranging for the;Vneet
ing. . ■ *Ay ■■' ; ; ; -- ;'' ; " : i-,- : ~
As.- it; was,;; however, .there : was a good
little s audience,, '.Va/'ri'umber'.:; of
knbwn:.-iri"eri;;in >.'tJiei; : city-~beinij. r ipr'es'entV.
Judge WilHam>Ho^gesVMariri;Sqf^Nottb-;
.way^and^CqlcrieljGeorge^Wayrie^Arider
; son,;, of ;this^clty^ ; who- were-toyiiayelspb?
ken,; were .present; There :' was; considerr
ablecsentiment^inrfavbrrbf- -haylng^themi
address^the^meeting, : ;butvit : :^wasT;aecidedj
best^i to 1 , adjourn- -"\vithqut the : ;speaklrig. r ;
! ■ Jtigge j Mann .will .address a meeting here ;
in a^' few daj's.
:-' Seriator.;.W r .yP.v;Bafksdaieiwiir: address;
[ the"iClay;;-Ward» Actives: at -Belyidere^HalM
to-night:V;; The;: club?" expects >'a" .large'?at-i
tendance.-:' ••The;: publiCi:is^' invited ■-'..■• -
; A Stated Chairriiari*:Ellysoni;sardr,frester^
iday|th'at*heXwas';gratified:at "repbrtslfrbmi
:the;yarious 'courities.xiridicatlrig'T-that'thV
Deriibcrat^ jarbfgettingVto ; work ■for'the
[ constitutional i'coriyerition. ' •
A Chairman ~T/ ;A. .".Lynch;-;: of ' Tazewelt
cq^rity^writirig : .tq;^lrl:EllysbriFyestefday; ;
saidithatsthy.>Dembcrats of ithe 5- Ninth
District',''^^whb *;have') beenf regarded rasi^^j
erally, opposed . to ' a constitutionalvcon
yention;' :■ would; turri''"out'andi.vbte.yfor.f the*
prbpbsitiqri , on the 24th ofOlay. -
THE PUBLIC ISVWILLIXG^
;< :i ; Negotiations iwere ;opeiiedSupt;"yesterdav ;
ilbbkingjtotthexinauguratioriJof -ajsystem^
;ofstransfersjfrom=one;street?railwa3'isys-' : :
itemgtoMhe? other.
:Jamesj:D.t;Patton,^presid'eht7of^tbre^Pas-
'senger.ii andfPowerK CqmpanyMsugkestine'
I the "^appointment Sbf Hconf errees 'it. to % take ■
iup H;he j subject? of i transfers/?' waslreceived
;bys?Mr;sE.': :!..:• Bemjss;.;- of gthei^Traction'
jCompany.iiWho.'SinlAttiriijg announced Shis
[readiness sto '{enter.- into'considerationgof
l^elmatterJ^piSi^gs^fi'^^uir^vUAK-^^^iKS
pjrltXis|interesting2tos repeat^; rtiel opinion"
iqfßa^prominentitmemberilqf^the^CQuncir*
4whblsaid|yesterday2tha.t-hel.would ? notibe
;surprised|if4the?arrangementlofla%trahs^
;!fer.ssystem|shourd^settleithefquestion?of
;interchahgeable|usogof ?,by%the'
ttwqll companies:"Uipßoth || subjects ;Vwlll ;^be
I considered « at s an .early, meetingJofSthe'
fCommitteeionlStreets. «^^
■^The, ambulance/ in charge: of;Dr.-Flsher,
fha<!sa/nufnb^i^qf4cal^yesterday4ti^pSii|
!sbn^|^hblw]ere£jslck{qn|thiesstreet?b^Sadj!
s suffered |sllght?a';cident:«. None- w«jo t>e
[riqusly.^ burt'ior^ seriously?; slcK>^^^^^gj
P. -* - - : ' ' ■ '
jXattU rr V j ly . Risersfareitael
.iUic-:;t jjUifi I ever -used.;'— D. J. - Moore,
Mlllbrook. Alft. They quickly." cure all,
Uver.andabowel troLWoh, "Bodelcef^BrQS.''r7
: ipnpsiP
' J ' • --,'■ . .- - „r. !
i#.<COX*l l IA;UJaD*IJ'KOMJPAGiBiTOEiCSy^S
, -» J - , ,r, r
right smash i--> <-ar. Corbett grot' up like
"- flush; a ■ if Use fall hod not taken, any" '
IPii^hi I steainjoutn of i hun:WJeffries kept i
crowding -in, -using: his Ueft^ to? ribs.- and^
[^ck^Gprbeti^counteredS^thffstraigfiCi
■left? Jabs -fto-s f ace; V? Id; ■:•' &•:. clinch^Jettries \
sent his right twice to the kidneys, and
hart . all ' the better of :K* round, at the'

'CLEVE: I ,
Hound . Twenty— Jeffries rushed at .his"
man like a mad "bull, • but- Corbett ~~ r gide*j!
f sending |straJglit|lef t^tqlf theTtf bs : Fas '•« he'
|werit?|| ' Jeif rles'S-raslied'iSgaLa;^ but! CprlDetti
'sqtj^s!de|Ms~^adJan'd^lp^led^hlm^He^
ithrewj his |bcdy |agalnstl the f chaSpibn'si
I ctiest; v and' blocked feyefy?r blow*!; Corbett 5
fsteppedJ_tfffei^eV/iidelOT^|timeTJ^rtesl
C^^nss^JfffriesiMMe^edJd^^ndl^jlefti
|oh^tti'?neekJ^C6rbett|'cqunte^edTon-ftiiel
;ribs^ Corbett' S3f^t-.wbrtCwas;'S:tremelyJ
[eleveSln^this^foundJfand he surprised,
reverybpdy^.whoTJwa:tche"d htm, " Jeffrie-si
\ seemedfdisgrtmtled fat \ notlbeingi able: to ;
ilandfa'i telling, blow. . - V^-^M
B^CKS^EV^RY^BLOWip
- ' : Round Twenty -•jr.*— Corbett operTedvwitb.'
I -left -on the f;,ce. J?f Cries /!r^hedj|him^
Mntofa:'c6rher7|wh"erejJCOTbettVslippidra\Yayi
■quickly .tandl^aded/atngh'tls^n^j^Bthel
I :headi£^effriesf kent^bqrfdg^ Iniybut .lCor-1
I ;bett % metj:tiim 3 at y^very^turnrft blocking^
X Corbett ■-hooked;-, right?:. to ■> stomach jV'ai»d :
Jeffries sent two lefts _to "-i-iad. "jafr
I it ries Is jabbed left-hand ,..-. !c ri th » he 3 chest^
hooked T to the 1 - face, Corbett ,cbun£
jteringHrithVhis (rigtitjto) the fear?g At^cjbse?
jquarters/fj quarters/f Jeffries^Tput •- his \ right r-;tof i the ;
fh&'dr^j&^d^te'l^e^olinchKwhJctfafoUcrwedr
UlayJ>h^a^ly;:overj:hissop^6)ient^sPslnl|the^
[ •; b^eakaway,| CorbettUanded] lightlylonfthe"
[ head, : ;':anvivsprintea^lo^t he i7 ropes;^where
another --clinch; occurred; :virho ; it
harm's being- done. • 0 '■> r
. . JEFFRIES RUSHES JtAPLY.
!;y Round "Si Twenty.4 two— Jeffries . rushed"
i madly.^puttingslef tftoPhead r £hd frig-h't^to
body.'Q Corbett ; backed iiway,^withbuti re^
itujriing^aiblb^
jters,C mad el Cbrbett^gbj; the^ lehgthl; of ;"the r
iring^jHe^¥ent*his!left to': the^ neck;^C6r--
ett^allo wed? Jeff ries'sj elbow ito^getvun-;
fder^his: chin:?:? Jeff riesTmade^a I '-wild tswing
{t6^he; ; head;^butf.Cbrb~ettUhrew;leftshard';
Uq)Uhe^rib^rf&vading;;thes;bl6w.- ■ : iln>"side-;
['Bteppirig,^Cqrb'ett^outgenefalled^tb7e^lmms.
pibniJbut'fJeffries'iputfa^leftTtb^ headland;
?right";tof -jaw, ; ;'- following.^ withs alright tto.
;body~v that jarred- Jim^ considerably^' Jef -,
"f ries ". wasV,very7?str6hg{at'- thelend \ot : the't
;rqund,^whileyCqrbett':3eemeditq.be\weak-;i
ehing. "
■'-. ■' " " TOT O CORBETT^DOWN. AND OUT/ ; ' ■
: . Round^Twenty-three^After^a"? couple : of i
■passes,-^ J^fffies'JswuiigifhisJ right '■■ tb^ Cor^i
bett's "jaw, ; and ~ : then ;• rushed' 1 ;: him 1 across ;
; thV.- ring/ to the ■; ropes/;- to : a"t- neutral "/■ cofr '.■
ner. "At t close quarters; :-• Corbett^hobkedi
lef t twice ., to -the.^rrz-y sending tthe^ blood.
; spurting ; again i f fpmf Jeffrie's) s * face: - Jef -"
friesithrew.N two, hard* lefts Unto -the. body,
. and S smashedO his • left - again, /qn.; Cbrbett ? s '■■
■ face, I sending : Corbett' s \ he" > >? ok.v Then
?Jeffries'. crowded- hini 7 .to:"the^ropes^:'and;*
iwithra.fulli; swinging^ left; smash jon^the
jaw,^sent;Corbett ■ and 'out^
iCbrbett'sjhead^struckj" the Iflobr ? heavily;*
and tha "rolled Jo ver.' in Ja. vain > attempt 7! to
regain -his ' feet, ■'-.but -he" was 'far -s:one
'to.recuperate;within jthe : : call V of ten : se
■ ■■."• -J:. ■..--. - ■: ; NOTES. ■'■'■': ■':-■ \--: ':-._■-. -r.:
?. iCorbett 'gave his; 'weight ; as 182 : pounds ;%
[Jeffries;: his as 210.' -. .-.'.".' '■ . ' -■■."-:•' -
"■The seconds for- the men were: "■
■P: For. - Jeff ries-3-Tbmmy, Ryah; .lack - Jeff- :
ries, u Billy; Brady; ./.■.
;■"; ■ ". For ; Corbett--Joh'n^andt George':' Cqnsi-}
;dlne,^and/]jeq^PardelL . _^v- . '".,,'. v
i? The v. men^ agreed - biTI Charlie \ Whi te^asl
referee, .."paying him his price. -", " '
'.'■■■ Corbett AVas the ■Favorite Her<eV^f J ;
. /.There ;iwas? considerable v interest .- in't-the-'.'
; figlit ; In t this ? city,-; and : large -or owdsVgath^:
, ered in^ favored spots^id] hear ; the >
from^theringVsidelv- Throughout- the" night":
; the jtelephqnes' at the •Dispatch: officelwefe
_kept -ringing Valrnbst:c6iitinubuslyiby*peq- ; ;
pie .eager to hear the -latest" returns ; from:
"the\- fight.* / Corbett tVas v .und6upteaiyj;the" ?
; favorite? here, •:;though i ;: more ; money iwas 'i
placed:..on JeffriesJthanVqn'itiie^exichamrJ;
' piqii. jiThere.Cwas Vnot,- as 'muchibettirig'jon"
;■ the^ fight as ihadvbeeni indulged ih' on ypre-:
\yious .-.- fistic vvcarnivals,'* 4 ' but v there ";t was I
- enoughs of f the filthy,) lucre" up' £ to*ke"ep:ln=]
vterest at fever-heat. " • . ; ''_
'A SHI, AND.
Menioral-Day 'Fixwli Carnival-- Holi
_:'-'. I'"'' day. •■' " •
:;.: ASHliAND;:''VA:,"CMayVlL^(Spec]aU^-:
The';* Ijadies'/* Memorial --"A!s'sqciatio*nlJ?inet
this'- r afterribbn,^^ and i^determmedv.to>: hold
;MemqHal!;;Day;iexerclsesiAbTi:?3i^yj3st^at
jwhich'; ; time \J^ the • j Confederate ' soldiers' ;
■graves:.; at-' "Woodland Cemetery. iwill??;be
: dressed:.;:;. Th'ere' ; willibe;j an; 'address -by
Rev. ; Dr^^;:ECrEd\v^n^pf^e^
; J:.'R;^.Wi^nsbn,-la"nd'jb"eriedfc'Uqn^ ?by^Rev.'■
J. IE : ; Wa^. '^Mis^EyalMayq '^Avas: elected
first vice-president/ -and": Mrs.*f 3Kate\Yan£
;dever,Ysecqridi; : vice-president Aofi:the? as
sociation.
The . School- Board of ;Ashland ; met .-this:
af ternqqn; 'andrdeterminedv to; give a f holi
day:, on I; Thursday -:. arid Friday 3 of ; ; next
; week/:'- ihrjqrder..;ithat £teacHersv ; arid
: scholars \ may,; attend i. thei Richin brid :'Car ~r ]
nival. ' i "
.;>'; The'-. Council; j. at ; its { meeting j last} knight) ,
awarded a^ con tract; to": : George '£Wj~ Harris,-'
fqr.^ttie y of P- a,} iiew,' fire ehgine
house. His, bid was $148. - „
-TlThe^Dembcratic,:Cbunty/c6mm
meet : at; Hanover .Courthouse- on\\Tedhesr"
day Tiiext; x May.r 16th: :: >,;"~ ; '- ; .-■■-'. ~'S ~
-'' Firein Norfolk:. ■- , - .
■i; NORFoLk;? s yAV;^fMay :? ll.-^peciaiotC
:Tlie^e&e^ivej^a^*of^the^^VestfNor^
fqlk*ilu^ber|Cqmp*anyjon;Eliza^thffiver.
[was § burned, g tb-nigbt; P, the'S firetf entailing '
a> lossrqjEjaboTit $50,000.1'Detailsiof «he Jloss i:
on '^stored s"stqckj ; | and •;:■ of. insuranceT^are'
impossible to obtain."
5 ? A* ; ' schooner " lying :-; the V; cbm-1
pany^s .Vpiers :^.wa¥;'/saved " f r"om^ destnic- ;
tion with difficulty.-, , ■>
- Prominent,. Physicians i><»a«l.
; |y^filay7il^(^peci£U.j;
if-_C. !i ;,W.-i- Sydnqr^a^djrabbut^ 60V ysays'7 v a*
prbjinihent g physician of f{ Strasburg^f diea \
th^l^af^envqqn.vrafteiria-'lonliJiJ^
SydnbrAwas'la S surgeon iinlJtHe's Stonewall ;
;Brigade^duririgf the^; civilf war.:' Hei leayesi
ay'a v ' wif e!?and^ tbree^ehildrerf. -..T : .'""'/
Rnn Over bya Train. -
PQL^SKI, \'- 3 '„ M-ij 11.- (Special.)— J.-
H:rKellum;'a young^whicelman'of tWytKe^
jVille/f attemptedst o % boardfa^f feightltrain;
ipassAgSthrqughlJpulaskigl this r-j evening, 1 ;
:and|was Wun^^eri@h^>had--both :; legs
broken. He- is now in charge of the
surgeon's. ■ A ': fatal? result""" is ■ f eared^^^^®
U^(Spe^
fciah)^yrhursdayifnight |at| 9 Co' clocks Jlrs?|
Elizabeth J. -' Poster, a | venerable lian^
h^ghly^teeme^d|lady^dle^ratlh^£-b.6m^
ion^Mainfstree^atUne^agelbf^jyealrs®:
-'.-'-■ - - ' -
Iff - E^^^i #i* A X I ft ft
f^nkfytoMbycno woman
1 to another \ i —:Wt^m
PSitkKamis&wmasi,,
Rcmcmherthathoradvice
! at million women of weak
gtosses¥peculiQT'Mo i <iheip\
\mm- h „...
Remember that no man
I ladinc^fihM'iilsMiou^S&i
I lop.ennd^p.es'ii^imWhn^
\
■ ipoHeoimoiasmijevei^pu&o
.'Jis^iSywithQut^pQo^sili
\ .pesmis&anf- ' "^-^^B
\
lissuff^^^^Wi^memM
i -^ jJSU-^-.A-- -—■:...':--:/;/.■■-. r-f.i „
; iser^mom:\whe^:you : WBct : ,
: ' a^vic£/'JfMJ'^Pink^m ! !si
CHAIiLCtTTEsVILLET ''-' *t^V|
For v >«-«• CoiiMtitaiiow— Hesolu^
"^i^' nous-Other Kotes. .tp~f
; ' CHARLOTTES VILLE, VA., May ll._
(Special j— Tin Democratic massrinee'ting"
''- ;J l^^f.t;;^jcourt-hbuse;Vlasl^ewnin^
' '^ledß^at-JbuilQl!nlg7^thl"a:^o^d?deep^
■; interested fOrVVthe^re^;
, .vision/ ofjthe;. Stated Constitution^; ThV
•; : m s.etmg:,wascaned':to r qrdefrby;Mr f jo^eph^
j
i : chairman; i and^: Mr; ;A:
tarv. : . „-',.,-
; S; Earnest;--, speeches .we're" mad? by the
:^°^ : - JJ o hn yE-t;Massey^Captain.;Micajahly E -t ; Massey^Captain.;Micajahl
p.^pods,; General? James|G;?PieMs^DrSrW"^
! E^^R§»aoiph^Mess^iß^n^A f i i lMassieVi
■ : ?" ai S^ s^ w J^llenS^iWUUai^H/?{Wo6dd
' - - ;T^*? l?qnpwirigipjreamblel'arid^resolution '
JjWere^un^nimbusly^adppted:*^::;"-:^??^! 'firZyii
:.: iWhereas, /The r Democratic - . party " In
; State : icbnverition--assembled; Vhas'-u^ani-
;
of :j calling .■■|a'; convention- for^reyising^the 1
1 ..Constitution; of ;;" the 'State: therefore,--. .'-• '
: |we^the •Democrats'- ofi
Charlottesville'; and;: 'Albemarle :cburity,l
. f enter^heartily;?. into/ thie.';^ 'wqrkl'tagreedSfm'J
, sby^the t party stbrqughv its irepresentatlyesl
: n |f^^^^q lk :lC^Y'^ i^»^an'i4"will^abl
5 a ?il^>^/pbweE^tq;rbring.^ut^thel;lullf
; ; party.;.yote for -the -corivention^arid -call ;
upon^our. party
•; to the' effort. -■*••■■■ t '•'■'---•-"■"
In the City; Couricil 7 last" evening; ~ Mr.
1 '^ 1 ?^' M - : ; Lewis^was" - eleetea^aSmember;
:irom^thev!Fo"urthv,Ward,-2tbfefiil>thetva^
; :cancy^bccasioriedsby.^the^resignation of;
X" Cochran, Jr. -; > -
) ;^ ated ?:l9?^an^^ElecilxibiLightScbmpariyv ?
! '^ wi tfi drew;^ the ; ; ; a ppl icatibn %of -'that a com-"'
: .Panyjf6r;.a^limited/franchiseitb : ifurnistf'
■ ; P°. wer . ; to , : such Vplarits las ;they "mightTfihd^
n:itiexpea3eritjtq/'serye>^a>id^light~tb^th'el
V.?'3ffer^s6ri?;ParktHqteigaridl'grquri
i^vy^^^q^pplyirig/fo^XoneYwhich^^vill *
1 permit /■the'mStqi- enter J the' full ■electric'
•i fi?? 1^: granting} of ; ;any4frarK:hise- is :
L oppqsedrjby .? the^existirig,? company.' '' -'' : "
-i : Dr./"W. J.; Humphreys, of the U niversity'J
■ ; of . Virginia, ; will leave in ■-„ ai f ew; dayslto '■■
: : ma^^ cu "Pse^bteeryat[qrislfqr^the;iJnited^
] i States i^Na\^Jbbservatbry. ".
i ;i;Thes'funefal'\ of ,',Miss -.Emma -A: Bell;
; : sister,; of ;i Mrs; ;J/vß;sAndrews.; J/ vß;sAndrews. : /of ::this"
; ;bity,ivtbqkcplaqeltlUaTafterhboh/|iat*3theJ
residence / of ;, Dr .; George^AA; Wood, ; four-!
- ; miles r north "of Earleysyille, ;; this ; cbuntyV!
: ';Miss'-BeU^diedlyesterday^^
; V1 7 XJV CHESTER?
Dcatli-^-Tne-f StrasT»nr?:^ Bank^rßqjb^;
•-, ;•■,' liers — ConKressnien'Spcak." ./'..'.::
*\VIXCHESTER. yA.,"-May ll.— (Special.)
Mr. James Louis Rerim°: v! • of the
pleading citizens «'qf SWinchester;.. died.- here
this ■■afternoon, after >. a ten-day's ■ illness
of pneumonia. The deceas'ed'was 43 years
of ■ age, *and leaves;a ; widqw/and\^
.dren.'FvMr.rßedmqniwas*boriifnear.Orlea^
(Fauquier 'county, Va., ' +' a this"
: city ; fourteen s years iago.'^ He^Jwastfelec tea:
]1^; : y?ar¥[. ago v qn'sthe j Democratic iticket^
. as ;; Constable,' ;• arid: : ;sinee-'Ci then '.'i iias "Sbeen s
rsu^essively-re^lected^Ci^sSergeant^He'
jthe vD'emqcratic^nominee; for
< :the?electibir
ten days hence. '"-"'' '
1
clues ,tqj the j gang Iwhich | looted?Massanut^
■ terij Barik;-t at ;; S trasburgvv near^Winches^
iter,. S twblw'eeks fiagb/gjand t obtained^ $5,000
sh^afJ:^blqwing|up^theVsafev^haye^
a notyribu's^croqk^knbwjiVras'
jnqr;fqf;a'e~:Pinkqriqn{^e&
;tions j; in , StrasburgJ tordayf/of
; citizens v\ who^e^tjned^^phjo^qgrapri'S'pf
'I 'Slimf; J im'^'Jis |.?thatfqf "k ax man rpretendingi
to ' be ;an '■'.. umbV eljaf inender^who^^wai^ in?
Strasburg ;bn-;lthe V day.;iof x'tHeM robbery;.
.;"SlimrJim t 'f:has"|attempted to prove an
alibis cla%ingVto have , been i n. : Tennessee '
'at the time.- ... ■
Hon. R: TV. T.- Duke, of
: a^sin^i^ i^^t' r to i !
rdriivw^anr^addr^sSonJ^Uteada^s^^ttie*'
layingiqf \ the |cbrneiNstbne?bf ?Roussf City:
Ethatjh^fcquldiribt^beipresentSHon'rA' * J. ;
. .
Peter J.- Otey.of the Srxth?
! ;ptetr^fe;yandiGqngiHess"man ? *W
liani ; 'A: - :■: ■ J-ones. -a q^^e^Etofe^rginiafb'ls-
JtrJlctJf"sp6ke^in£feS|'^
ii9.T?JSht| to '
iauspices /of |.Turner3^sht^Camp^Cbn^
: subject j was rS^The^ConfederatelSbldie^i
gppg&--
PopuliMt .National Committccmeii.
p5 S^OIJXfFAXiLS,^ip.j D. y rMayy lU^ThViNa-^
i-tion^fCom^tteemS^naiffed^b.'yJtß^^p-''
iuli^^cqtfvenUbnJb^fbre.jadjqurn^n^^
:this|morninglinclude: v J/^^S s^
• .. .Virgiriia-irJ. ' W. '. McGavock, "'■.; G.- v W.V: B.
rHalfe/fana"i; Jamei^GTT: Field. " : : '■" '■ ' i^MiSSM
• Carblina%Mariosi Buikr, Cyrus
; ThbropsonVr and S.' -"A;^ Lawrence.i-ljT"- - "- :
■MM
1> r *
then. ;but:l weat^bn'dqwriAtneistreet^and
V^oflgljt-ipme^cartcidges,- ar.d i loaded : the
t pFy the h shooting;^^:^ i
SVltxiesi told - dfVhis - eoaVc rsatiod ■ With;
Mr. Murcuae, andVof %that' gentleman's
.advice r to 7 hlta,vand "then f related 5 bowvbe
wa-i ■tvafking ur>' Twenty-second k street
and } met BarnetU -j The : decedent.iwitness'
J^d/=was> immediately m lro'nt*os4om}
ib^reih^saw^imHi^irdldn'tikHowlwhat 5
lo|do," he continued,' "and I 'puifed.'the
pJstoJ. He started" to run : at " me, "" arid
ithen^p^edJth^ltr!ig^sHe : Q^dn'tlstbp^
ls^SiPnßedlttft^trigger|agaln^S;Thea<lSg:
i^^Si D MBeaslerlto^iin;Tdeltvete^^^
«--#
pfflMe|Rfi<^eslwa^givi^|inlthis|testig
; mony „ .he J lost : control ." of N himself f and;
{^^.^^Pipa^y.^Ws^wife^inqtber^and^l^
(pr weeping with him.^-The accused was
<patgt^qughga^rigid crcs^-esJfinJjpflßon^
tanjdj^^jaicJ^rd^niiasiSid ? if ?He'' : jKfid*nqt'
ibeenj^pTe^iotisly^arresCedJr-His ' couSel:
this .question, bu\ witSiss"
answerea^ißljiforeiti'e^fcQU^i^^toiri
ancTVappValedJto. the %urt. £r> b-.- ?er
' mitted ; to '; elabqrate^'ori^the ' atissver.". 31he
Cburtisragted-' h!ni permission butSliist
: Jti<ig&;
ruled -the "question' out —
■ V;'^ ••.■, OTTTTCR' ■';\-"c.v:-jy ;-J; -J
"Mr. Walter Duke, assistant -boss^at the
■HaskerrM^cu3^K;Ma"nufa%uring:lS;fCpmK
.pany, testifiedci that on the^Slltll!
;of Januaiy, ■ "aTui
Mfioni -left the > f aStbry7abqutt mltrcsajvtsEbs,
next | ddjrth"© heardMottfe|wiipeXliaSing:
Jgqh^|tbjßarnett's ; housed : andspo&Ctq^tar^
"nettiabbut- it. Mr.
[edsaltiumberiqf fqj4^3^itb|theswitneii^
i^th^vi^^Owpx^^aitatiKhTqdesihad;
;cognizan9e^ iqnf,i E»qr|td "' the] shoqtipg-Fcjff
Barnett's .intimacy, with' hisi wif^^-but
i witness ideniedTalyllai^w!edgeToftfh©lafc J
; |James JK. , Huht,~another employee'
|o^t^esHaske^MMCus*e»^Cqmpany^stesfti^
ified^tq^.b^vin^ra]rried:ra?mess^e^flSfflirj
fMiss*'Mconi to Rliodes. : - ' -\' : :_'
Sir. -Smitlii announce! that th defence
vwas; about- ready -to rosi, and he iiSteiß;
riqr, r aii' a'djouramentr^.The ;prbsecutibiTs"aiai
titS^ad'foTir'ij'qrJfiyeiwitneMesiinTreniitiaJ^:
pffd/^tbe^cburV^ati"6:sQ,Wadj6^imea^li&l!
i;thlsfmornin'gfat)lofd'c!ock. \ '.^m
——_„__ .■sSffiSiii
Mr. WUliim C, ElUa^To.-^On-vell Jai
. . , -^.--JJattleljlonnnien't.';:.;--.'-.'-.^-;^.^.''
iMr. . William , H. ,C. - EUis, ' a former'. well- ; .
; known Norfolk citizen and iaw>:er^fdteri-*
pas tonight.?: at his home, - '.'Caseftaj'fjin^
? H9!E t^3™P.ton. county, Va.'; ;a£ter*~a^'.prof'|
?tractedljUffess^talthc^4J4th^
I??SJ3 Mr^Ellis Owaa^^naiiyelot \the tE&iitr-i
|ern|Shbre^but|^th?fa itew mqnths?a*geit.
j^^Ai'OJi^^'yit'yea^residediiS'^^^lk?^
\ and ewas^f lawj^ par tnertjq tsMrvQlir?|Hi?
fi 3^s^i§r«^^ n o^^S^.^t, nl e|lea"deislnf
itb^wMjMfc^Elllsgr^esented?Norf6lklinl
jtiine "i a.% lawj paitnerlqt? Mri A. P:y /Thorn ; ;
n d?laterT.wasTseniof imemberjof '.? thelfifmi
<of ".: Ellis -& -Kerr. 'He' 1 - married alcilisij
: J(chlidreii^
iSurvivesjbiml^TheSbaT^f-i^folk^POTtsd
N .9^ u^92sJ y l^t;^9^^
: ?obni?of ljthe" Cburtiqf } I^w-j aiidf Chancery^
ibf^^s|&tyvgthis^fter^w
l%? suitable i faction rrelativeito :hisldes
funeral Swill -| take S place 7 Vtd-'*
rSL^^o^nibrning^at'sjo'ciock. The ihter^
i.™e?tjttostie;ln^lmwSodfCemetCTs^|tlilsl
:ci.ty.. .:-,- --„..-.-.
S Great Bridge CJ.uj ter Daughters of - \
cA? n ?^ c^sßevolutiqn~;-ha"sl^ecidedfto7un-t
jveil£on-^unet6thTlat:Great;Bridge;SNor'-v
•folk j county,^ a ' mqhumerit-to -cbmmemo,"
£?** Q ei battle^ fought "% there^duringl tfiel
i^SjH* l ??^! ' .^* ar -" " ' The I memorial JVwiir?
ibe * made from J a f largaibbulder3 ; and \will \
l^avetuponit a brassitablet'suitably 1!^:1 !^:
•scribed. - - • ■ « •. -•
; After a . second. consideration last eve-
? mng;^ the; jury >in^ the rj2,STO /damage Fsuitt
M ToniUn, for alleged^
; :.raise vimprlsonmentr^Tqugtit.iin^atverdi'cF
jP^^^s^lll^A^mDrion'-by^thelrplaintifi!'
i t°^- a - ;lie^ t^^ : wiH : *be:ariuedllater t; LTlie : :
IP^^^structibnKtb} the r jufyiwas «hat^
: iiable;^
?^^a^s^s}rcimiStSnces-1|f ully^i w^ I
;ramed^h^etenQphJof;Drake^r7nqt^^dl
consider" ' * <*'- aS " Qt IJermiU^i.t<>
American Sovereignty.
••■;• May;-li^ll:2o^P;^ Jt^eno?
nc . ain ino;; at one vUme a memberiofl
l^i^^recentty^liberateU^b^General?
|Otis;^ announces^ that ':V he ', ' has^beebme:
llS s^^ 3^?^^™ 6 "^ ■SQVereiittypaSaT
ithat>he^illfdevote^'mfluenbetbVbrin#!
P^^^^^^^^fNktibHalMl^^
'Party,, to; thoiSflSurgentj leadersiiniManili^
land|to|the;*iiisai^nt^neraJs^MtXffinll
that it imDoasi- 1 ?
iwrthqutlteesp^eaubn^of^Ee^nttP
ll^^^^^hatVcbnseaueitiyltbefmW
r tthat , the iFilipinos iare lincapable ! of Slf
s American control • is ' nece^sarv * tMw!™3Sa
arelSSiS
J^f°i w^Uu^m«^to-tllaJPrls^ e a&
PfSe^^^l^^
gf^^^si^^'^ -^o^yfey^xCflt. jiip ffi-h if*uTi o <? j^ ! js I * ■"■ j ■■ *■ ■■- ■•
l^v-lGcqjse.Schools." of WilmtogSfDbP
i^lon^^U^hig ib2dKhbme|at^a^'al
i^rharf^Richmond | county'- ' '.Mmm
i^f«^SOrder^U£itedfAmerlctiiSP
ichanicsjCounrii has." been estabUshld^a^
rHea^bsvUle^Kbrthumberland^S^ll
iSq?nc^blds?fairsto?beTOme^thes}arK?sr?
in- the Neck. : ;::#£4
SJ,rvR:-?CampbeH^Qf^Newland; -VRich".
:mond:coup4yVhMjbeen}'apiwinted-cecsua'.
i | brjf Stbnewall^Xu^trlcti?Saii
fßfchmond'^count}-.
V-Revr IL* Davis, of Phoebus', has : a&:'
■ r cepted the" pastorate of I Glebe rraii&ns:
|f James^ Grtnels,' of GrlTn:3.->, MfdaieseS
; county,^ ahd S Miss )? Mlnnle?;Lu ttrellp *:d?i
: Emmertqri;! Kiehinbiid 5? county^; havt'^lEe- -
• gxoQitp I is : qneTbfithVmostlpFdm'inent!l>ua-i
|nessime^SinJ'lqwerS3riddU^"ex^^^*^^-^
R an^9?P»i : Howdrd,- of Fxldetid^^
burgii|is|h"ere - looking - after ; : ttie.?.'"affatrsl
ofether'l^mcaster NaMonar bank". ?r-~r
||^J?-^l|Waltow7rbf-/NorXotk-f : w2ls^!
yceptStheScallffexterided |to ' him hytigm :
. Presb.rterian '"■ churches • at :. .Weems X and
• Sharp's "-- ( Wbarf.;.;.botb."-'.' in -'.'- LancaitoiV'
.;--. >-v wmm&
l ;A;fl)ame^^an^ißTOl^^
Jarge^Ydtpr. daatora^TTia^elth^iisf^
:Ween?.s.^l^na^tejr/county.^are«plai«mt;
a^ut;2o.«M^bu^hel3:cf/oyster3 3 nells^s
.■-Rev:,.J.;:P,i:3tump:;o£^Fred-rlcksburg^
,is;assjsttair;Rev:;^J.-yaroea^nl^ini€t^
Inghere this s^ k - ■.■ v "; •*,% "
; >Ypur ; druggist will refund : your 3 aibney"
t "*^^ ;to; curdsyo4." 5Cc%:?
f .?'-- : .- f "..- iftiiiiiisiii
!*:^?!^isM@! * :^?!^isM@* y ~ " ""■- -- 1 "--— '. '- " ;
i^^^^as:?Therßlacsc^Woirs r - Breed;
0^" 1 '^ :. A .n sKnemy^tQis thafHteKtentl ? n. -'■
jS^^fi^df^by^Harold-|Frederic^ferh^ .
j^aq^jo^gnie.CTr^therGerrnarfStrangL'if '.- :• »'
Wonna*: JProhnW^VStal-B.^e-B^l'l "l '
G.«e. /. ' ' '
-Ellajp.iicr. -n'lf^atpßf ■ a *dls&vw®§£m
.. ho Y5 c . '.-•; on i^Vopd i'stiee t| "fired > five '-ipb£bl^M
;!^^^^^>^^»anlat^atliS^^S; !^^^^^>^^»anlat^atliS^^S
Ja^t ;-n^h^M^iclfnVsfatal^wourids.^OT>^
Soall|^enetrated:?tKe' rkht i::n^ a nil thel^
.^er^wom.-in-.confcssc-f} ■; to' /. '
t^^^lUlap^b^ls^ma^dSnlSW
SfS^ife^herjhbai.- against h - t>. . *■
■fqrd^ played^a C;gam^:wlth /= the --Bristol? 3%
jteam ntra to-rTay. defeat-In? tho honj.»
i team / by ;, a ': scorel'qfj 10 Ito ? o.%fEhe i; Sr 1 ' 1 ? \ir£*-^
loans £,team ; W in rplay^the^^oryfancE-THeSS^S
will ref ■, ■ , - j^iSSss
M;Pazo Ointwcnt f:nb to cure vo«. F*^ "' i I
! - ; -■■'-■■ '' •■■•■"'■' ■£&
'^^t^e^esidcnec;;: otrhfa V.brother-in«l
Mary M. an<|tAe ! tte Jobij F *'■ i ib-'^l
•son; ragedl^-ears::^S-:^ £■£, M^^s&
v£Funeral:T^lS.{Saturaayl l! AFjrEßKb6^^S
at .s iVclo^^frbm^th«f-Vehtirch''.^6f??fthV^-^r :i
Covenant, t;
. - XKe . rcmaTSsl" o7 :: !l>r>.; SHERRARD ': Ti:i^ ¥■&
.TAB^^rrj^ctf^cbTOqn'd.THlS^MoSjf^^^J
k^\^l«lln-te^rmentJlwm^^
???*=Siat fHollywootl "at ." 10?Ai' ; M;-3S ijMO
.~i-iS^. -^ij.M> .andr,s;P,;jy[-. ; ._• j^ v",:? -.;■■::...?
the meeting of the Virginia •Bi_bte;3ociefy; ; '>^
.welccnned^a^V-Cbristiau^EiideavorviSoictetT^^
'ffi, c - c . s n ':^ ec t' ur^roonxTat\7^ii»3M; :^r'i|lr ; S^&:
Ss.THE'MOJ^CPVIENT ;\X» OTrrrpv^x r "*»*« ri^rJ^^^^P
•,; ST^-^ALTL'S -^CKTJRCEr.— RE-V'^iC-'rr •^ :^ ? ' E
%^^^ifETEOblST^&c'oPA^R
:^ P ; ; M ;.- ■h* S^tc^^nighCr-v^^iil
iruly welcome/^ jig * 'ig
y^LETGH-STBISET^APTIST il(lfi''^ d
Richmond v o)Uegs^aEd;othfe»%^^iSfe^a
|^^*;of;ma|fa^?fp,^|^^S

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