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I »' flkoiCE from-iridttt rarictv' and best assortment .of,:
- 1 - ■:,i Bn .i pScOATS; worth : '"':'^^^m
-M • fit for every «Sze. .. . , : .. _
'1 ■ -5. yoke front" and bacKy velvet col)a rr t T lining of varied, piaia \v ooi, sauu ; ,., ; .
1 Manhattan Slijrts Front the Line.
If you have not supplied your Shirt needs; do so at once and .
Heward Hals Our SpeciaEiy.
Svhpn a liat is wnntod s^ to it tlmt.you save ??' bj jmreßasing
:. HWaivi;,(!sya!ueSm;:all<:Wocks^;Fedom, D C rby v ;,a»dygg. ,
: --all .■.♦'••••'•>'• • ; -'- : * •**- 1 - '*'• ''"'' '*'■ ■*-%• ['•.--•: v— -:; -* ••• r • • •,•.•-• :!rr".;"-,v^:,™ ">-v-;:'!
'': " Special offerings in Men's Neckwear -for Xmas,^-^j?^'.\^
I-V; Sneciaroffcrings/in Sterling Silver f?.ye :
• ! . . Special offerings in Men's Silk and •Lisle^hr^-Hc»e f s(te.,to $2.-j: ;
. ;-' \ Spccialofleringsiu Bath Robes, Pajamas, andjmokmg Jacke^.^ r ,
Special Attention^ to Mail Orders.
OUTFITTERS TO ttkMim, l\'Jj&
705 E. Broad Street. Entire Building.
f News of "Manchester " ' ; |
| . . . .;.,.; and Chesterfi^. !
t"! The . dwelling . occupied /by ;Superiii i tend- •
/enf "Allen' and' family,' at' the " Mahches-i
Her almshouse, was/ entered on Monday ;
: 'and a . number of articles 7 were:
Sstolen. It is not known how the -en-;
affected; buf.it .is thought
- that a colored boy who -worked^ for- Mn
/Allen knows " something .* about ithe^roD-,
: >"bery: He has been missing, since Mon
*6ay- evening;* and/ all efforts : to^locate;
'him-; have proven . fruitless. . . - „ ; -
-An overcoat. "a. hat, and a new suit_of.
/i clothes,, belonging .to two sons of -..jut.;
"Allen and Mr. Allen's .Winchester gun
|Snd?case. are missing. The; robbery ; oc-
Ifcurfedj/sbroe time -between .11 and; l-
So-clockS on:- Monday; but |»ow^lt;
'^-as done" is a mystery./Itwas.said.last
fairht at/the almshouse tliat the perpe
::vSor "eviaentlyVusod ' a- key -and /knew
%eprcmlses ; well.^The robbery { has been;
iSporSd- t6 thY? Criesterfieldv;authontlcs,
- anJnothing/ i S ;being;lef t undone to : Jncate
.
meetings- were :held:7it^the_C^
|Hall la,t mghtr; ; ;They ( yvere t ge^ohce
■land; Fire Commissioners 'and the Finance
: and Street; committees. -.. _ .:' >■ . _
-'" The Fire Commissioners decided to pur
■chas"e-400-feet of : new hose- for use .of.
Vthei department. .. ■■ ■'■■v.^'.
""• ' The t>6l iev I ' Commissioners approved se\
"oral bills, and adjourned to- meet: upon;
call ortric c^lrmanHitVbeinff^|!|2|;
ftthat a meeting will be.held;a,few -Jajs
/before the Christm as/ holidays.. ... -.. .r ,....;.,/
'■k The Strfvt Committee heard the request
of the officials of: the. Richmond and Pe
'/ tersburg. Electric ; Railway Company _in
to paving, the tracks on- the Pe-;
turnpike. It was. decided^ that
,theP paving \shbuldr be , .postponed
fat: least until: the earth'near 1 the; tracks
Ihadf thoroughly settled:;.. The. committee
into executive ; session^ and- con- :
■ sldered 'a proposition rto :regulate.the; ope
-Jratlon-of -the--carts-on n city_. work.; ..-,>,- ,
: :':-/ The Finance Committee has before it.
Hwo dt4inquent tax cases, in^ which, pr<>
:. •portions"'. haver. been : made^«^-~"?P^ '
Ixnlses:? r Attorneys :/ representing^ the; .two
i^State^ were ibefore the committee and
Clopton;! in/ conjunction^^,-t^
I for: the pity's,
1 *The 'report^ ; vriU ; : be> s made£ to; .the .City
ic^nc^^alitsmeeUng-on/Fr^ay^gh^
■?.'The Chautauqua* Circle-will hold:-an
f/^ktrSnely^'interesting-and:.: instructive;
tlSt^niFrlday/nig&at'tehome-of;
ISr^diMreh W; ! P. Mathews; ; .The: meet- :
ISf^"3Mu£ form .of /a, memorial |
niservice." ' Milton, will, be the. subaect^Miss ■
Sic Reid will, present ,a^ biography .of .
"M^^d; Rev-F.>V-Baldy |
?«<• •+>!#' Tiiiblici andrUterary life, of Milton. ;
SSirSSd S the 'call; of : the roll- the !
A beautiful ■wedding /took:: place^; last
44 ss C a Skno^.^: young; business-man^
llHpsiiiiill
train for the North. They win
BiiiSTi^^ioS|^: : i
/-i Thn trial /of i the /charged against i-R./L^;
I^SdW in inc. Chesterfield County,:C<vurt^
ve^rday '• resulted : in : an; acquittal^: Mad
llaial wasxhareed ba£
MSmKof^W^Er^laughterVaUßttrick^in
. 1 of , whiskey., but the, Commonwealth ; was
& : T^ihable -to i make VouC a - case. "
•"=-'•''& ,The s - Indlctmont';preseirted;>tOi the; ;srand;
] | jury • on-> Mon day "against' Cho ties ;Kesblett
ft * for* burning "thes^arn^ of KRkshjird ; Epps
W£ several iCwfelCß^aipoKiwas ? .;retiirnedsnot^ a
bill.*- Commonwealth's *?>..- Attorney
s tf i Wv*»llß i: <l!d'-'not' -'not think ; there was < any a ;cvi
..Vf^cncie «sainft'.^oinMi.Ktnir"py:th^e : chari?e^
• : U-.i" not charge .■ was made "against>--him;'
remaining cases were, setrfor.iliearf
i^lnc dui-lngthe'JanViary.torin/dfithefeourU
»VA V ':; 1i; Xa uiT^Hhasib^enl tn\th<nclt^jail|
"i. mvin n 1 1 o-dayi-tawaiting' '; t li el ; arrival
;Ruard::fromVth*c/b*ospllaJj¥t^y^llJ^^^;; Ruard: : fromVth*c/b*ospllaJj¥t^y^llJ^^^;
;^gJ^Jandith^otllcialp'of./tholcity.fdon'6?
*tn ji"3 ? why,< h^^JßiJt .beiiv! seat! f 6r7
E '"^^l^t^S^^ ;
■diiyta!k!ntc;to(Mr/:€amphri^ ;;—-"";
as- Jm vJr^;h?jtDld^eputyi Sen^.^J
r- «mv. • Nt^is-notisentjtorgfb^u.v
:iV 1! (• • 'v that Judpc" lngram r
Jo'!i : :.wj!inM>;.<llrocted J :lo;Mr:;CaTnp!»rfl l
i^firi»yjli#>/r*jeas«>d /sv*' tb'i^'.aiwji'llr^cts,
niV.VT}I; ; OFi,MK:rAVALTON.r.:^.
Jnhii:.l!v;;?>r Walton. *-<m of Liu*. l:»tf
Z. Walton ;^idf Jtrs^nlo«Xi,W^
ton died yesterday morning at: the; home
6f his mother. No. ; - 1914 jßainbridge; street.
He" had ; been ill : for a long ; ; time , and : the
end was expected. The ■ deceased -was- iB
years' 'of age.;' •• ■ ' .:■,•..•- ■ " -"•: , ': -' • ■ ,-•-.
Only a short time ago the Walton home
was bereft by .death .of : the;,father;and
the elder son. The fuhejal will j be :held
to-day- at the West-End-church and Rev.
A« C. Berryman will conduct .the; service.
x Mr." "WnltonN was a!" popular young man
and^he is . survived by his /mother, "two
brothers and" two sisters. ,_ '•'■ ': ' .
r * TvTTIi "THE ; SECRETi ORDERS;--: -i
:' At a? meeting of -v the I> Lilly.
Daughters . of 'Liberty, last night the suhi
of $5 was .voted to : each ; fund .forlUhe
benefit of [ Mrs.; Saimdefs ana; Mrs. Rich
ardson.,- Thefamouht is; the result' of 'the
result: "Pie" Social." >'■'.: Vyjc^y- . * ";/;-••
'> After -the / meeting the - < Council r ad
joumedj to play's- restaurant;! where/^oys
ters were served. :; Several;. "lweir known
■members ' of the order were present from
Richmond;:-.;;; : „;-
/■Th '■ Knights J of; the : Golden "Horseshoe
will have aV'smoker'.' this evening: at tKcr
.weekly meeting.- ,The, election ; of officers
for the- first 'six months of- ISo2' will" be
gone into.; 'Hie, lodge^hich .;has /excellent
beneficial features; has some of the best
citizens: of ' Manchester 7 ori "its .rolls and
Js growing rapidly. I "~ -.:-■ ;■..'-■ '
Counciir Junior" Order" of Ameri
can Mechanics, ; held a "largely-attended
andjmteresting meeting at- their- hall -last
night ,\ - :■:■■_: ■■■■■.: v ,• - : ; .- .- -- • -
DELAY ON> FREE BRIDGE.-
Street-car traffic 1 was delayed about 'a
naif : an hour yesterday evening on the
Free Bridge by a plank becoming fasten
ed in-: the 'machinery >of a
bound car. As the car was passing over
the. loose r board • it flew up' and- stoppsd
the car. in. short order. It required fully,
twenty-five- minutes before the car "was
r ? lea :? ed - In the / meantime,; the: travel
was stopped,; and more than a' hundred
passengers were waiting for the ;, first
car bound for , Manchester .. : ."'. ';■
.;, The; annual election of "officers -of Clop
ton-Street Baptist; Church was neld /• Sun
day, and the following "were elected: ;G '
B. Trevillian, clerk; s T.7A:.Parks. r financial
secretary; B. H. Morrissette;^ treasurer,
and Mrs. Harvey Moirrissette; ri organist;
Misses Harry Hancock, Maude : Clements,
and Mrs. "WV, J. 3lorrissette;' assistants \to
the organist. /For the i Sunday, school;'
Judge Hancock.: was:. elected superintend- 1
ent, and Dr.. J. G. Lo vies/assistant - > ■■■ :'
, •.. . BRIEF MENTION. r '
Mattie "Watkins and /'James ' Watkiris
(both colored) were married %on Monday,
night at the city jail. ; After. -the mar-i
riage: James, was: released 1 from! custody.'
% Captain? "VV. W. Pool ■hadfa'.nWiover-;
coat stolen :. from : his ;'olfice.-' in- the '■} Times
building in Richmond recently". : .- ■';r; r • ••
; The Sunday-school,; class Vbf Mr. G. W.
Blariton's; in the Cowardin-Avenue Chris- r
tiari '/ church!' vwttl'.. hold a? "pound | party'-i-:
on , Friday "-"night Vat'!; the '- home : of Mr. - C.\
J.v- Browning^! No: 1418 Baihbridge; street:
Each person will! carry,; a pounds or; more
of, provisions^ [ and the f. proceeds - will : be
divided .and:- donated to Mrs. Saunders
and Mrs.- Richard son^ 4- / \ r.'. '-; ' ; './ . ; : - ;
•The ; Saunders ■ f und^i isYbeing : held / open i
until; Christmas,, biit'^ in- the future -the
contrlbu tioris will be acknowledged' in : the
Sunday, issue c£ • the Dispatch: - " * :'j v /;
The -, City ; Council "/will hold -its .fregular,
monthly" meeting /on Friday/; evening.
■ vMr, '.". Herbert Ferguson was :. at /the //city/
jail yesterday,- after! being ill .SQme\tinW
.witht'the'egrip. " V-" ; . : i : '.- '■■■-'.•;'".' "•
. ;'CHRISTMAS MOXEY" ' GOXE.
/ R.«l»l»ers • Deprivetl '■■) Sniallrßoys 'ot
,: SaTinsrs :<or jtlie; Holidays. ■/■'■:; ■
. r Yesterday; mornihg/about '4; o'clock;ari-:
' other-* robbery I\ was committed Vori \ 'south "
'i Laurel V: street . by' unknown: persons. %Thei
'homeof.Mr. J. E.-PriddyVfNonSlTjsouth^
I Laurel.l. was ransacked,?- and?; about!; ? l3 ,
'was stolen:: Most of ■theimoneyJ belonged j
to two little -bo>'s, r J.whp\"were;?saying i tit(.
for Christmas: '. The: youngsters • are") heart-'.-;
| broken. " , ' . -,•"'.'
i':.£ An: attempt ,/wasV.made v :to3 enter'iithe;
1 home: of .'Mr.'tWilliaml^iTood;! oii/thet same;
| street;: -alw>utitlie!;same^Hlme,%b/uti"!Mrs. f |
j Wood? heard » the |noise and > f rig Atene'd { the
j intruders away. j v ".. ■, -«. ;- ',__ ,
! si-It •■ is- thought ; that itttie*' robberies jreport^
: : ed "from? thati] section-, arei perpetrated fjby.:,
i'a r gang ; : of ,; tramps -iVho ?congregatel about;
thoChesapeakel^and^Ohlatyardg. ' '
SlMH'kov'K ;.; Activity! '•'■'■-. / ;
I- j Shockoo : Councij,v?|U>yal>/ Arcanum; .will
I 110 ' mostjlnterestingl
| : meetings!; ever,;:beforesb.eldg lh£its : '£ cham-j
j ;bers.-f, There'S wi 11 tbe-JI an & election^ of
| cers v f or.ff the i[ensulnggyear,'?f"and S every!
: * member.': forl, this;; reason.'?; is purged | to lat
intend: "'Also, a very l-\rpje elas< willV,be
li/'"'?:-/.-'--' :.v.r" •' ."' : -■■-"■ .-'■'Jy^swea^afts^^^^^^P
It i'*^!?'-. hoa board B«rnl»Rn.
r i|Foilowm"gtTiMe>-:lh© ! *«.i>proimawk
iin/gsWof? ithe V. Seaboaird IrAlrrLlne^ .-"rail vray^
I \ tor.i, thai f ourthf weekfpfi NoVemberrS^^M
iSfcWeekte»ding;sNQveinber^ SQttt— 'Zl^mM
!f5212,309 »25J.22T -^1.082!
ij! Si Four, 2*2 * weeks f endlilgj November ' SOth—
■|^>ISOL,<f ';;/: :; v;iv;l(?s^tiisooS^||grflricrease^-
spoke-in advocacy, of . the resolution. ana
lth'eJ«nterprts&?STfi^fe^l^?if^q^de^
IforjV commltter-to^app^aberbre^th^
itegislature.ri;, consisting -of ' .tho 'Mayqr,^
|th>eel^lderinen;gfi&id '^flye n Cqunciimenp
STh'eS'resblutloh"^ was unanlmquslyicon£
lurrediin^^;- -
SThe; resol u tlon,*? adopted Jby^tfae Common
(Cquri^lfii^itog^the ? gq^erri^
I liah p an^rmj^p^s^hej^was^a^sb^t^en'i
|np^Mr^\nilJamllJi!^Rb^l;^bf!tnetCh^
Iber.J of 4Commerce;^spoJcel
Ithe'resolutloril-^-The^- government „w£ulrt'
;^pend[sl]oOo!oCO;lmcstabll^ng^
i t%^«W.^a'£'mqnth^ jI%VaPOSt;j I%VaPOSt;
iwith/a/regi^
{niwtTqf{a^thbusand[mlen^l/^|aVrepresen^
\ .tatlvelqf H th'e^C«ife^eHteTsqidie^ MrS
ißoyall 1 extended to the government a
\ cordial The' qrdjiiaricelijwasi
rcbricurred ; in'/uhanirriqusly: '. : SWM
p^BETWEEN/SUPPJSJR^s-ANDT'IiOWEI^t
TTORKS.
* From tho Finance Committee tliere
?■ c *™ c :^?^Joi^o?J^PP^P/rjatin^|^i4,fioo!
l" f 9rrl ne L9orist^cUbnJqfia r /largeVgasTriiairil
j f rom Tw en ty-eighth Vstreetf to '% the^Upper!
:' Gas^? irlcs :/ / The;resohitiqnvwas7adbptedj
ilt^nqw^passei^tq|thel!<^m^nfc6uricil3f
? Th eiGa;s~pepartmenti for^some '% tlriie ''■ has'
earnestly /asked) for/ithisispeclal^ap^
I propriation .; as d theVmaJri S nqw^conriecting
:: r the ; I» wer and^Upper^ Gas-Works" s ls? ln-'
adequate. ■ ' *
«^ n ££fnaTlC.?f naTIC .? rantin ff I the*Chesapeage'
;-u-jghth street, was -concurred in ■
?tSpecial-Accountant^McCarthy " renorted"
tha^elh^fexamiriedKfKeVbo&^cetl
of •thercityTgb-Vernment,?
?o? o ,that-,"onexof /thesdeputyi^:
iMpectqrs-jhad : beeri-) defraudirigScerW
ff^^^^^Majdrf' Allen!- :,thougut
.that^this ; ]report-wsi3Rtoo^asueV/aril^ri^
demn^and^that^tldidian/irijuitice-'tofaa'
ln^t^ : .g a s:, de pj lrtmeiit . ; ;:,j (J ~ 2h . sT^ otion
it was .; referred- to V the £ Cityi^Accbuntarit
for,a ; more;speciacsla:ement;- -••- '
t;iThe>Bqard ; unariimbu^lyi;'ctVnciirred^ in
the iordiiuuice] raisirig S the j/sklafy T ; of ■ the
Police Justice from ;Il,aoO; Il,a0O to ?2 000 ' ' ■
.- ; --:v--'?y/- J -AS:;TO*"FIRE;!ESw'APE3. ,
j The / amendii.3:" cli 6: j
ordinances by, i theS; addition-of "flats "and/
apartment; houses; iea'ri'eUipjfrqin'tl' i'Coni
m?n '■■ Couac!l - % !: IS 5 ha.a=; b^nriv recommended'
by,the:Fire :Commissioners/>Mr.vrho"niasnn-l
o^redian^amendriient/addirig-MJifnci; build-;
ings.v He referred ;;' to = trie ' ; In juries i^re- r
??lyed:!at : :;the Habliston buildingffire'by
reason/ of' ■ the. absence hot:; fife .[oicajpts %
The provides tbat--fire;escapes
shall'sbe/put/qn^airbuildlrigs/ioyer: two'
stories i high. The /amended
was passed, i / * ." ■■'"■. ;.D- : " . V " ; ; '■ ;"v.-':;:::;.; "v.-':; :::; . r : ''
'■■ - ''1 7^ ■-.':-'rC!?ql«'tion. ':- ' rC! ?ql« ' tion off ering ■ the"!!.Coristitu
tibnal Corivention the 'use/ of ; the /Council'
Chamber! was /concurred -in: /:/':!/./'.?:
: ; The" resignation":; of ; Mr.- A.' : ; C. Hainan! :
member of the Board! from Clay /Ward, 1 '
was then v presented! !'/: The" .resignation 1
was^accepted./;^ No telectiori jto fill the*
: yacaricy ! was ! held ; last nigh t. / v ! : , w ' f
'".Th^ :opiriion'/ofUhe/Cfty/ Attorney.Airi
.ylted;_b'y.jthe/; Board, '^qn.;th'e£questlqnTas';
to whether! the/cityhasauthbrityto/grarit
'a. \ franchise \ for : ■ the ri' cqristructiqn ! of /! a 1a 1
viaduct upon . which: tolls ';: are; , to /be
charged; then read. !/^ lt Vwas": asked
In- connection; -.'/with 1 .:! the tCitizeris'^o^/Jen-;
kins i Company's : v . . I
■'■ : / ; ; ;. :*• ■• tCANNOTiiCHARGE : ! : «
; ' Citj^Attqrriey Pbllard;reported . that 'i the
Caty^Cquncil . has no /fight to grant others :
permission ' to/;' build ;/ bridges vVoyer!-? the
streets j upon// which toil f is ; to .be. • charged.^
The city may/; build / bridges 2 itself. i! r ?i He' l
thought the; State :I^gislatufemight'either J
amend;. the : cities '; charter! giving ; the ; Couri-i 313 1
cil? such! power, ]or it/ rriight ; grant & '; char ~ r \ |
.ter . to a : ; coriipany^ authorizing i : it /to • build! j
such/a.brfdgeiin;the.streets7of/i!the .city/;^
- / Jfc; 8. ! I* Kell ey, the / cbu risel ;•] for/- the j
Jenkins Company,'.', asked Kthat ." the : Board'
leave the; "mater •-_ on '?;' the -\ table /for/vthe
present, : v as ■/■. the ; . cbmpany A \ would. ;! tb-daj r !
ask/afchartef./of^the .ie'glslature!!^;-"-:^/."--;; 1
■ ~r. The":/- Board !^of//Aldermeri / d ecliried : ! to .
; take :. the ordinance '.up/. f roni' . the;" table."
The rCityj Attorney was requested by -the'
Board !tq;- be -present /to : guard the f city's
•Interests ;■ when the ; measure ° cbiries ibeforej
the /comrialttee ;of the Legislature. .■; ,'; v. \r-
HACK AND SCAR IN; COLI/ISIONi
.Vehicle Driver'^ "Arm:
.. - ■ Rrolven-^-Oceuphnt.i. F.scnpeiL i- ;-' '
A hack /driven by/ a. coloredimannariied;
,Willlam"Jqhrisb"nl»was/ struck iby^ a.', trolley^
car'bf/the'-Hull-streetllirielbf./the'Passen-/
ger 'and PqwerlCompany:at r Seventh?arid.
Grace streets/; last '< night -at ,7:15 ~'o" clock;:
and, thej two /qccuparits -' had; amarrow/les- :
cape from/.:; injury^ ;^The7J driver,./ ' was;
knocked from , the"; box ; and ; had;. his/ ariri;
broken,*. ''arid^thel>yen'icleX~wasj^badJ^K^a^
aged,' while the j car Had j its ; fender • sniash^J
ed -and /the b vestibule'; front considerably,:
damaged.^ : /The" 1 horses '.escaped" injury.;/
'-.>'-:At'ithe •: time of /the^collision, \ car,!: No;i
202, ; in ; charge^ of { Con du ctorJ/A!" B. \ Hawks ,
arid r/Mdtqrm an '/F.^E^Stith^/was i£ going;
northwar^.upjthelgradefatthe' usual rate':
■of/sp^edi;maintalhed' ? atCthat^pbirit,lwhile*
the'hackfwas^gbirigAeast;iriv.Grace ; street^
movingiat: aipretty , f alr;/clip^; according, to \
the /statement • ofjtheTcar,menf: i The' motors]
man. thqughtitheVdriverfsawJtheTcar "until;
too late to avoid the j crash,". aridAwhenj
the collision^ was sseeri^to^be j inevitable^
the 'motor/man applied his brake' arid' riiade'
"every effort to ;stop ;thie'car./<:vThe ;effort
availed to diminish 'the : force - of ; - the
shock; but; :not:;tq?; avoid othe"H contact^
The hack i had cleared the i track -
"when :; struck,/: the : horses/ being j past ; the ;
ipoirit: of land 'safe vfromUinjury^;
The driver was § riot ?so:]fortunate; 5 how^:
ever, "and /astfarlasjcan^be f learned ;/was ;
knocked ■'■;i rom AthV ./- "seat^ to^ the ipavlrig^
and : ; falling iripori" his 7 forearm; < it : was :
broken; he ; -was J riot V struck ;
by the ca^ itself r' r buti: was Ahijured^:by :
the': fall. " " 1 - ,
;'i Johnson was .'picked [■ up and j^.to;
his * home! ; 506 1-2 1 Catherine | street, C.wherej
he -was = attended ■iMyj, DrVi ;Stuart # ',McLa.ney:
the rsurgebh^f«thejPasseriger; arid '■; Power
Coiripany,; fwhq|reduced^he;';v; fracture^
The : in jured riiari was Reported /doing well
last msht. , • -
: I;: The" names of^ the;hack's,twoloccupantaj
'asysoon^as : they? alighted. \ '..',*. . ■
vehicle^and.; horses^were ;;; ownedj
.by/.WilliamVJohrisori^fatheriqfitherdrlver.':
iTh'ehackwasseriously ■damaged;:: but: not
wholly wreck ed;3--,The/ferider;of/.theicar;
was. ' hrokeri'vandJ.thevvesttbule front con
siderably; damaged. • ■' -■ .>jM-Wi
PATV^AMERICAN COURT /OF/CLAIMS.
Mr. ; Barrett ; armlccß: a Good} Speeeli < qn^
tlie Snbject. ' v
■; j'iUE^CQ[CJTY;»pecenibe^ia^f ter/^thej
conclusiwifc; of j"".a%'carefulifistateinent by
■ Johniißarrett; 1; of ■:*the?JJnited |StatesEb'er ;
■ f breathe a Committee i on / an iilnternatibnal|
Court v of ;7of//theltPaT^AjneV^an|
feonferenceV.-.;ln'^which>hejcq
; theory ; '*i of
: cbriimeridlnkithiß|commqri^
mi^^^U^F^^edJ^atej^tl^^^ffmittee!
agreed that it was ono of the'.^biesti
speeches^ yet made in the conference. ,
ftV:lri^the*|'<3onstitutibn of a Bqard^bjtj
i Judges.'^each|republic]namingithr^
l^ch i": ■/pStic^la^t^ali i gac^dirig|*tqtvltsi
'importance!"-, it was un'aftiriibusly j la.arre*ed,^
in ordfr in prevent an overw-helriiing >
Latin membership of such board, ard
|to 1 the interests =jnrt laws of
-tho" United \ Ktatrs. thaf each Americarii
(representative "should nam^ at ieast»one
Anii%§a^juatf^^m%^m
ft^AlthWETf&U^jfe^cqnsideredjtidoubtful!
whether, the conference will agreed on
itheTprbpbsitlbnf^fqr fan? internatlbnaircourtj
fotSclaims^thJref is^S^dqubtflthatfMryl
xßarrett'sK frank Streatment of the-;deli^r
»o/ste|iub3.ectfcreatedia.': favqrable^iin'pVesjj
fs^rij^a^j^hlatfth^
mittf'e was "a" spontaneous fffort qfjith^
-Latin - , members to Vsljotjr -; consld-3rsttpn|
-t orjth'e^prepqrideratlngrj interests r fand|dijra
ferent laws, of the United , States.
«'GROOM J DETAINED*©YiAI BUJ.LE.T.'A;
V Intcrrupted^<lninqne;Per«6ualii.v- '.
C;QUINQU B;,VA:; December. 9.^Snedal.)^.
A" marriage-- of '-'colored parties was- an
nounced to; take place •at Quinque : recent;
«BP/. "•-'- ■ raw
fcbmV'Uo ■ time;Y; belß^ditatoegtoiW^»|
b'ullet-holo-sthrough<hln!, aa & :reatUtSo|
resisting a policeman near! a- mining camp,
andjhlß dead body Is being: looked, ion
ETwqlbflthelsonßdof J|»l Thomaa.f.were
brbußntibefore>a?ji£sd(»'&icburt^charged- i
inglonlhisltather's land-- " ' taST»»
Tho family, of Hon.' 1 . N. B. Early, Jr.,
r :;tto;^gisfe;
;tur^bf!^hlchyMr^^jty|lS^fe^^
mmhKe'r<xuntlea;6tlM^i^a}^gO^^
Thtslisshisilthlrd']ferm. - ' /'^S>t*l
fewMHarlow,> native of this county
butVnow J of.;Roanoke, %vas cojnpelledMo
take! ttsl!wifeltb7 Jqlvns?HqpklnssHospjtoL
itblim^erlßO?an|opefatioh,vnec^
declining i position of perfect stillness|fqr,
iixteenT4^»#^^l^^^'
-ur^ayllaatiS^SSl^^- ' ,T, T ■ ' .s^S
MUCH SICK PREVAILS-^^pa;
ifhelrecent-6old ; spell seems f to have^g
effect in abating \ the ; many i diseases nov.
rprevaient:ln;the. county.; • • i S^&,
!?Geof gel/WV/i^amb,
Qulrique^lsT^?!v^table^hospitaUi^^if|
ffbih" the '? effects of neuralgia. !s -agajn_
pf6strated?f fbmHhe ; same : cause»^^j
|^r^ElteabethlMallory^ano^|«em^
ber?,of •the?family,:>has i been?sick|an^«i|
fall-.Tand.-bwlng' to' her advanced Cage/.is
•3tillliuyasfcfitical-i state/. :■ | .^^^
berts,-.tw6 oth« members of Mr Utmb; £
hbusehould^are;siek.^ ,L m stix a
yburigestv soH' is J. said: m^^i
-! The"^ three rchildren;^ of y CTiam^
mmmmmmi
V;!; Sims ; <m might.
PATTERSON //WRIT^ DISMISSED,
Slvto I.opeV* private Secretary to Be
S"h£VfSu"il' 4 tb: take; theroath of ; a
ancefto' the United^ Statesjwhen.he .land-.:
:patersori^illv;be ;deported;^on ; :the ? fi^t
steamer bound- for Hongkong. • ,-
VIRCaXI^rARRiVALS.
•-.": nt tlie'RielimontljHqtelH.-^. v . -., rJ
: Dr^J- F. Bryant,-=of lSouthamptonvvex-i
liilii^felfiil
-na^ofcTidewat^.,::Virgjnia ? ,,^asi^in:
liiilliii'iia
lilliiiiiiiii
' aS^and V prbmirienf; in- party .councils
Murphy%;. V^
h Wnn • To'senhi T "lawless ■ is : registered; at
has a-s -nature iwhich, will /attract atten- ?
script, n^n^nr i
Theleffect^ls^iv^l Pleasing^ -but *H|Js:
doubtful whether one unfamiliar, with^he^
- wouldrTkriow:; just ,^vhat; ; it
-Mr R ; ]News, ;
attorne"yibf;thelthriving;sea^
port city, is at Murphy's, having come, up
;; M M r^c' B. : Neims. of Newport -News,
/andiliwye4E:,M;/Brax^n^of : ;the^same :
■ city' ■ and Messrs. ;vH.;.M:Mugler, and vTVV. ?
=B ; -"Thomas; : of Hampton,; and-David: John-.
'.son: - bf' Elizabeth/; City /county; ;: : .are:;m;
: at(Murphy's.;j ,y :^. >f: :V^:ft:
7 Dr^William : AW*/;Smith;^who.;registers;
: fromi- "Raridolph-acqn : System,"^ was ;- at
c Fords'/yesterday^Helhad;been 'up^to Ash^
Attend vthe^p/ortralt^presentation;
sthereH and j-was '; on t his^way ; to
: iiynchburg^^here! he*makes^his^head-;
Quarters? Drs Smith!is> not'only ithe presl-;
vdeiitiof the "system/of^colleges -andiacade-,
%52 SbW/as^the/^ndolph-Macon.^utt
'is ■ the founder,' having been ■ chiefly
mental in ■establishing^ and! securing^sub-j
staritiaiv-eridowmentsv: for.?/the ';
i Colelge": in -I L.ynchburg;;/of j,whichjinstitu-|
i tioriUhe : is % peculiarly iprqud • Lithe^ acape^;
I miesTat ; Bedf ord^City^and/ Front ;;Royal ; :
'thel Raridolph^Macon} Institute J (f qrjyoung -
! ladies). - at 7 - Danville,; and /other ': associated ■
igreatlj l^rehabilitating? the ;>
-parerit/schooljqf' the system— the :college;
• at ;': Ashland. \ ' - ' • /"
-•^Mrj:Jbhri i M^Spence;:Clerk l of. the;. Courts
of county; ys;:iri.othe^city,| on
ficial business. He is at the New Ford'a
Hotel.
if Judge ZW. EJ ; Hqmes;^who .presides I over;
the^Meckleriburgrcbunty Court
orie*of /the^most" Influential^; Democratsqqf ;
; Southside in: ; the^ city.^ yes-.
iterday.briibusiness.' •
>'- r Mr^E!'-B<. Northeri!', of Phoebus,? a ;prom-i;
Inen^ Odd : Fellqw>" an d ; Past' Grand ter;
of '.tbTe order, jis in the city. He is at, the
j iiexlngtbn;"/; : ;~'-'y^*W<iiy : -^f. '^ ■* '' 1
! vMr^ TAH-tKimpton," representing; a f ßos-;
J tori'ibook"pubUshirig.:hbuse;iwhofspends^
I gfeat^pbrtibn^ of s his 5 time g in ;i thisf ci t>v :
and' -who ■ for ; several \weeks \ pastjhas sbeem
1 5stoppingiat/iMurphy^,will '/ leave J to-day,
\ for ?:\ the k Hub/;' v ; Mr. ;s Kimpton *is - c .very.
much^> attached/:; ,tq>, Richmond^ ;and ;|Jnay>
sbbn^lo'cate her^permanently. - =
!
y^terda^wCTelC^N;ißeckwi^and^wife?
of' f Petgrsburg;:DavidlT^Cojner^ofp:ay^
nesboro', anrt B. W. Johnson, of Charles
city-" ' -iSI - Sfel
I '- Mf i ; J ' H "■■ Callahan i and 4 wlf e, ; ,ot >, Clifton]
Forge ami Mr. W. N. Dlekebg ofHali^
fax, .are 'are .registered at the I.exing-
:iiET*ERjix*IB^A%R3t;BOXg
tef#|Be"eii.- Awaitinsr « n«'i»l>-
yesrJj
iterdfeinspecting^nreialarm^boxesy^werej
!crSy^surprised{tqlfiride tfSletter; mjßox
lNo^^a^theSftornerfof|^urthfandi
ICanal«streets:^Theltop?<)fgthe2.doqr.;«of
tSSxtw^Sslightly^b^en^andiipreg
aScrackfethroughiwhich^eslet-.
Uer.^aadressedfmlargoqdfhandiandfibear-|
fine laf 2-cerit g stamp,^had '. sheen p pushed^
iFor^several?^months |itihadiremaJned|sei|
;our^y,felbckedlupjinJth^|%e^alaTn^bas^
I had tb'eeri'tJriailed',; in |a "i niail-bpx,^ has febeen 5
eiy?V' ' ' ,< (Washington i Post) -^tfe^P^
SSiGeheral*FitshughisL«ee llspgqing 1 ! onlgtlie^
;iecturelplatform?|This?ArinburicenieritvwasT
«« i madeWlastfevenlngiTa.t|theT!Arlingtqriaby i |
CJ/ 2 ? Ctoldwell;* o£ f Lqnlsyllleif 5 Ky.^s
lipresident of the -Southern Lyceums Bu.-)
;reau»iwith^whichlGeneral^lrfevhas^ig7fs^v
Speaking- of what i thes General ; ;
lwlllfdo' s ln"the i :iecture :J rltae,?*Mr.': : CoWwell!
said; i , .:
"I have just relurneaproroi-Charlottes-.v
j.vllle.-'.wher^^l clo^-d < -ontract|^with]
I ? General -j.liee.li to-day •> He .; isT.tb Jlectuf^qri \
rt'Peace;sana^^ar^lnWthe|stTnitSd§Stateslr t 'Peace;sana^^ar^lnWthe|stTnitSd§Statesl
faridSCuba:'? During! Februa^^<Maj:chf.andj
I ?Aprilf he Swill f deliy er.?lbeiweerip twenty £s
j mvei«jidl flf ty| lecturesXchleffs^lritthe^Eastll
}r.He;%ha'B|.a|rr,ej^Mtq^4filiyei ; ¥ftbttut?f'iltte^|g
lectures .'at', various > ChautauciuaXe assettif
osk'b ntziA, July ami August."", >.
| iITTtE^CIIAWGfi^SO -/PAR - - ; .VI.B
*~+\ t rbm''i>a'bor. ; a nilf Other': Bod leni iSVI *?*)
Jnlwl^mb^^uin^suffl^nj^vor^to
: ment. F^r the" first time in recent .years
Virginia ha.- no representative on any
:of!>the thrcf -Election" committees, - al-
are ftvpTcratests |wh"ich;may,
tneVeribe;Heafdlj«®M^b^^^^s^S^|
'tot >WilsonEagainst"vLas"siter/ and^ (fhat^of
SWalker|}(deceased)H^e a )Ht/ ; i?^ h J^B^2&
lareldead --letters.'
I^Representative'Jqnesiliolds^hisinJacejas.
f|the; r 'fankingspemocralJcfmember,- of Uhe
|bigTcommittee|6nllnsularfAffairs,t.w
i is i chieflyTsOmpqsed %of | all |the) Republican
I and : ?isl'regarded |asf onei of 1 thel/most : | im-^i
fpbrtant x conimittees^bf = the.? House/; ;; Jones
|is;alsbYo/nlthejCommitte^lqn;Prw^ejLfmd:
I Claims. ' / . . "
> Maynard,*: of U the^^Second;
is
?BuiMings^aTremfrkabl7]¥o^d!assignment t ' !
fan"d?s'als6 iTon^S' the y Committee rPub^,'
i lie Printirig^^qualiy/^ % good;g perhaps;^
Tv iCaptaiSliambi retainslhis't oldj pla ces \on
■ the p Commit tee onj/" Agricul ture X and ';■ the";
?~6ri' : '■Expenditure's; of ■ theiTrea-:
; sury. \ '
.-his^.pre;
:,vibus^assignment to the Committee ■ on ;
/Public "Lands. > ' < .
':: /: Mr^Swansoii;'^besides ;:. being/a;! ni ember;
J ofj, the*. Ways"i and ■ ■•; Coiri'mi ttee^ls
c P6st-pflEice"s:
/arid :, Post-Roads— boto. excellent// assign
merits. . V '".;,''"
|-;. Represent'atiye';pteyiis>ery : ; lucky/^^»nVre-.:
gaining ; his ibldlplacesi//which/?are;corisid^
"i efed^aniong-'ithe'i-Destii assignments in ;the ;
/House; ;. He isKoh /Claims^lmmigratiqn^
japdfeNaturalizatloh; -andpthie^District.tfall
■^considered" good" places.
"0 Representative f Hay"; holds ; his '; place); as/
"i- the i ? \ran king^ Democratic^ member^bfS the
■ Committee }{-. oh¥ Military Affairs, /; and //is
!'alsqVa'< member,.^of jthe^Urrip'ortarit : Commit-,
: tee- bri; Census.
iiMf. : "?Rixey hbldsijhis ; place, on ■? Naval
/te^ on Militia.^which^willvprqbably be/one:
lof^the important/; committees ?ot/ the ses-:
sion. . - ""
• jA '■ ; : MR.';MAYNAKD ;BUST. ;? ;/ '^J
/ fßepreseritatJve^Maynard/::was/va;-^busy;
i'manjtbfday. /-/He fir'st: •escqrtedya.-icoir.tntt-:':
'tee . of ;. the ■Business-Men's] Association;* of;
c; around i^th"e^'Na^.;jpepartment" t j
* and 6th erf placesS Tlie /committee?,
of fAlex.^Higg^ris,"rMr.j
}Frank^Har/risqn,/;/arid Colonel':;: George^
■ E.^Bbwden, vwere ~lritrbduced ! | tbfAdaiiral i
yEndicott^chief |of .tlie I Bureau ;;bf ZYikTda.
iaridi;pocks;^ aridStq/^aymaster-GcneraP
s Kenny,;/ , of^?the ;' Bureau"-" of £ Supplies (arid!
//whom ; they : ;j had I.;' a ■]'■ long ] ;
;interyiew/sih"lregaftVtb:;ari::appropriationj
if or /storehouses"^ |the '•; Norfolk riavy-yard^
J : Mr. 3 Maynard;;/alsb^ lntroduced /them :;to
' Representatives :-ißlxey! '/sbf /xthe^Nayal 7
vC6mmittee, : ;Jand; Hay, /-fqf^. ttie;-^ Military}
of /the iHouse;J.They/were verr
."muchVeficquraged -by-! the promises Tni'ade»t_o\
(.them. , , ~. .-.> ■-- \ '
{il-iiMr.^ Maynard /; to-day/; introduced ;a'vbill;
jrautHorizihg; ; the:Secretary/.;qfith
; establish i a^corpsVqftpay,; clerks, j, arid | for,
'. this \^purpose < he ; is? empowered'; to i; appoint!
:twerit>;-^vc':.men, ! rwUh/theTarik, ; pay.-^and:
/p'rivno|j.^.'>f ; :: warrant ? officers, 5 ; removable;
■:at'Jii(;v.:3'^''-\ e \to^
;■// He/; a K± v"; i ii t roduced > several < : private'.pcri^
■ siori'^.billsVi.' and/a '■{ bill the;
,sum"=/of ri $5,000 Z for ; ; theVconstructlori.bf
abridge > across {GasrHquse£c.reek/,ffqrii/; the/
/cityiofrPortsm oii th ';' to |the^United ; : Stafes^
Naval v 'Hbspital/-£at; Norfolk.* ':.;//, vb^" r:
•'"■/•" .; FOR , NAVY-YARDS. , X
;;i Senator] Mart^Uritroduced/ a Jnumber: of
'petitions V/fro'mi^yariqusilabqr^and^btherj
'.unions,'^^praying/^Jhat i: all vessels •tq;; be;
ibuilt vfor.^the •gqvefrirnent ; iriv- future/: 1 shall i
;b/e : ; constructed-; at:/the] government r,navy-/
)'y ar dss; "Texas -ifari d I the rßal ef gh"n are/
;refer"r§ditqtirii/thes"e';/y^riqusspa
\ the; ■'. best /class \ of :;shlpsj v and; as :
/splendid 'specimens 'of rriaval*architectufe^
_both ; having been ; built, at the Norfolk
.riavy-yard!":;-'^ ." " .: • ■^"'i^ii^l '■■ '■■££ - -" ; :.
ISSUE tWITKCRUMPACKER: •"
': Senator^ Pritchard;;; of 5 North"Carbllria, :
•has ;'sent p out^ari?iiriyltatlon : 2tq';|squtherrii
and^otherx Republicaris|;in|/CbngressSto;
/mcct > jlnshis>tcqnimUte^rqbin^Wednesday^
■riightfe to •;/ discuss g the/; questiqu Hqfiyre T J
ducingi the :/repfeseritatibn.- of ?the Southern;
States;^' Senator>PritchardJisjopposed^to;
!suchTa\ plan; /arid } hopes 4 to* Interest} other i
Republicarisi r againstyhe|prqpqsitionriHe;
has itwo?Republlcan^'colleagues'o\trom;i two ? Republlcan^'colleagues 'o\t rom ;
North CarqlinafjfMessrs:K ßlackburn v-andj
Mbbdy^: who ; do/ not /-believe "that 5 the;
South; shbuldilbseVin-representatiqn. v »Sen-;
atoriPritchard] hopes tto j f aisej enough | op^|
position . to - the f megsjire} to "i bvef come ithe
Republicans il^ho v.f ay orjiitfe-when;v ;V the ;
general ! caucusfof ■ thie'ißepublicans ) meets^
So' a far, -there V has-been; no % call
•f orV a T -? Republican Scaucus "to> adopt .this
Scheme :; as va^ party i; measure^; although j
Representative ; Qr um'packer; says aha l l he ;
has^a.Ysu{flcient v number4Of names; signed;,
;to>4 petition- -to/call Va^caucus.^^lr.j
Pritchard^takesftthekview§ofathe^late;
President ■McKlnley^BHe.beUeves $to£W,
:istunwiseltb:stiriup>ectibnalifeeling;iand;
■further^ that vthe'ellminationiof ithe^negro;
:vote^vlil%teriaitq^make^the |Republican/
party~iri?thei ! SoiithVxnore J respectable. - ■ :
thetpublic'sbuiidlng-at^Alexandria^^^
' rJCENSfD^TO^WED^^^I
■wfgSr-o^thiscUy:' Louie Birch, and
?^f™fcobs^both^of '
oMii A I Montasu*. whb^»dj
;;the> Norfolk:
S^ThMnas)l^i^bor^^m^er|ofsths
?gSntyl|fs|r§JstSg^|toejMetr^
feana^ A.A.Lnfora of Con,
.'cord--N."f 1 .. are visiting: friends in the
I^Mr. T..K. -Latane, -ot Rior.monrt. Is at
fth"esSt.'Jame^ , . CS%BM
■■- Coloriel John E. ; Roller.-ofJflarrlsonburß.-
Vai : ! is at tht';HowafdiHbuse.,;;^'i^^g
Mpssrs! J.'H: Gait. and wife, of' : Nortbl
-Carolina; J. U. . Henry, of .-LyncWbursr;
/O^qar- French, of Portsmouth^ and»R^TiJ
fHolbertbriKor/ICharlottesviHeA'areVat'ith'e'l
peSopolitair^ gup?
•vi Messrs;^ J^MADavls.% Mount ?Air>vN.\C, :
|S B. Rice, 'Ashland. Va.,V are at the
VNatlqnal. ■ ," '^iEfj
James •R, Gordon and wif*%
Richmond; O. M. Honker. N. C; Nelson
and -wife, Chiisp City. Vn.; ;ire at the
'iTut'tle, l^ Hampton* f'iVaJ ; '^T. >■ S.'.vManua^
:vAirmont, v"a.,, .and* 1 Samuel T, , MHler,- 5
(Buejia;^Uta;Vxya^^re- c at^th>./H6wa^
HdlidayiGoniDinaTion dale
Prencli Flannel
Itn^^oltlp^ai^c^c^fr^ttdckig^ effect,
ted^to^form^yok^witfebiailbfan^
tandlbiack/buttonsriback/It^ked in creel enffa and front .panel. The
■ clusters and fully! lined ;t^ fi^
-
plfrencbrfcSnWl^Vwstsrfnte^^^^ French Flannel Waists, in several
-pretty; {shades," front, bacj and styl^, some nicely, trimmed;,others..
l"sleeves'*tucked, .ppehetl back or tucked back! and front- The actual
lffoniHTh¥actnarvalue"is v^|"n-' value is fi-0«^ to 10-CO.'^qj,
8^ te ""^iSlßßfib $ 98
Petticoats; v ,- !■ - j
The actual value issl'.oO,.7 X *i:sojfoF.: C^l^O
'for./ m^m-mB Petticoat .in Black j
I Blaclc Merc^zed Sateen Petti, "^^^^^^^
coats, corded houuee ana narrow fle The ac tual value is - A
/ruffle. The actual value is -- '¥1.88, for ~ $lOU.-
Wm§ : J.;:... 75C petticoat of -nn 9 quality Mercer
•-• a • ;-■; r . . - . . ized Sateen":: vandyked. accordion
ttood quality Mercerized letti- pleated --ruffle, iheaded by deep
coats; in -Black only; the A c /-, - flounce' and quilling, ac- £t ~.~
; actual ra . U e «*,- 111 „...98C t , al V a .u, ts t2.3 8 , E o r $1. /5
i^AjiiFMANH & CO., Fourth and Braad Sfs,
ienburg'ebunty, Va.*; are atthe! St-5 James.";
-'. " - ' '.POSTAL. "'. ' *
" Among the fourth-class postmasters. ap^
pointed ; to-day,; are"/! the*: following: ;Lil
buf n vsr Bates,- Bates, / Lee -'county; ,/Wil-
{ Hani ":aV-S Har tovy! l^ Brackett;/ y Hanover
county ; Barnes = HV^McPeake,/ Cqpki Carroll,
county; ! David;. ! :;\V.^Kfstrier,:i:'jl^»wlarid;';
tWashingtbn- county; ; Otis'; S: J^Viser! North/
.River ! ; 3 i ßqclclrigham / county; ; / Frederick
■ Kribll^v Plum 7 !; Point, -^5s ewr Kept ; r cburity ';/
Ernest! '/\7.;:Miller,^vßadiant, Madison
(county;! ' Charles .•^.■;'Abb6ft; : iVerai:rA'ppq-'
/niattox; county;! JohrisN"4Eagle,\Willmmsl
i!ville7/?Bath' i :courity 1 !'; Ta^-ZandSTariceyv/c:'
Buckrief ', ;; Madison "count y. v X.!
.c- ;-■:;.-; ;. / !>/_ ;/"v : \ ' •-•
>.'. Those cbriimisslbried ; are Indiana "W.
• P.urcell.'!!:'W'akefield ; ;Statiqri; Va; a:'mbney
;brder,>office;!!arid Andrew-H." "Agribr, ; 'jßufr
;'falo^-Forge r : ''->ya";^'an'd^Richard : -jT.KMoor-f
!man;«Hardy's)Ford;.;ya:i-;nbt;'moneyrdfder
;qfflcesV^/ v-:.; r v; 'j^X^-'V'Ty ' r ; ! - " '< ■■■■:"- ■■:.-:-:
;;'; : Newv- "offices; '. have>^eeri /established •": as
• follows r-:i Sapqny^Dinwlddle 1 county, iyal;
;Ida iTVVy^ells;: postmistress; v Septa, ilsle*
iof/^Vlght,: Va;,- "Jbhn/'H/^Edwafds/ -post
'master^-- :■ '-y' . : ■ , : : \ r ":^;-'-v: :^.;; -•--• ../:-;;:.--;
OXLY TECJINICA tLY^GUIIVrYJ
lleuee/MJiiimnn^; Fine Wa« Inipb^eci
j.:-,"-^ •;-'•'"."■•;•■:■ on ; Sa!oon^Keepers; :i <'■:'■
rH The^O;finesvimp'qsed f uppn?Fra^k/^er- :
randif : and^F:jJv^Vselbe>efn/ithe:Hustirigs
Court^for violation >f -the" Sunday-Liquor
laws, are mot 'rekardedfasj significant; iin
'yi^'-lof--i^?^9.?rcumstanTOsA'whlch'/jsur
round^thesel cases;* and /also* in view, of
the :': Pronounced stand 'of ! the ' Judge and
other^qfHciais'of jtJils 'courfin'thisJmatter^
Ib?^? 01^ XCpurt-> bjr/i Justice - ; Crutchfieid?
as ;he had;aririo/unced ■ that any convicted
of jthls off erice in '■ his; court would be fined;
.this^amqurit.^//!: The r; offence /;was : bf;;a7
■technical;-; character!.'.-; : i.'-Bqth!' i " men. /had. had
aril excellent i reputation with?^he police as
salobn-keepersXwhb /absolutely/kept their/
places, closed up on Sunday" in" boria/-fide :
fashiqri. : •*, Both^werejrepbrtedjby;^^the po-;
liceJ'fbr/jbeing/operi /shortly, after midnight
one ' Saturday No- 'one ; was -seen
drinking ; in /. either. ; piace: arid there /was
n °L P' J TP.9. se to violate y the : law', .' but/'. only
tardiness;; on the part /-;"ef 'the employees'
of 'the two ; places to /close, lip, . as \ had-Vbeen":
toeir^7cu'stbni:?;'at ; \mldrilght;/bnvSaturdaK
night/ -,r; (^ty^Attornej^rPollaVd/^ncUTred/
in* the ,petitlon\bfxthe[r/ counsel/! that "they
be/i given v^the "•mimimu/m ; 'fine,/ : lri : :.yiewVbf:
their/: previbu3;'gbqd/./bbsefvance;:bf/ ; -the
law;:and:. the/ absence .-qf : ; any ;-purpose':Or:
iritentiori; to violate :it in /this^instance.:
These cases are /not, regarded as indicating:
thatZylqlatbrs'jbf Jthefi^riday^laws.'icity!
br^S tate, '< can : look : for/ clemency : : i n x the :
Hustings; Court. ;/ : !/ "''.•/'■■ ? J.\
'"x'i Judge s'l^imb;- : has ,;: notified ; ihe ! bar /that
the ; - present -term -of the .( Chancery ; Court
willvbe /^ adjourned '; on; Thursday,^. Decena-!
ber :• 19 th. 1 . .■; ■: : No papers ; • will . /be :;receiyed/
after? Monday. /December 18th. /. ./ ! /
•'{i papers ? of.', citizenship ' were r awarded.;, to
Peter; Boriini;!' a/ former "subject! of;; the^
King jof '■, Italyi'- in '' the \City. Circuit .Cburt^
ri:',The := case Toil Charles il.'- Sterigle ; against :
Hal^.-M//Dayidr:ffbrr]s2s,ooO:;damagesKfor:
malicious; prqsecutlori,H!will *b*e^-trjted>lh '- the!
Law!;! and ; Equity^ Court jon \ Friday next.' ?" ;
/^Divorce g,was /granted /Sarah"' :F. Johri^
son !; in? th/e!:JLa,w^a,ndi Equity; | Courtifrom/
Sariiuel / lie"! Johnson.: ./ \-"-/ // ;;: '•£. ;/,•. V- ;.?!' r/!/:/'/
fi The ';£ following-/* i motions :; ' for : judgment ;
have \ been"' filed ; In; the ; Clerk's ! office^of [ the
Law andvEquity Court:: :. ' > r ~ ■
Vln3thisVcburt;/a?yyerdlct^ and ■judgement
:fdri\^!ooo/yth"e7iamq'untsofritHe~'-:suit,^was;
: brought : ~ in^byj; thej juryXyesterday.^ ./
i^The'^fqlJpwlng^roarTfiage'.^licenses^/were:
issued ) y es terd ay :];/ J.'A Crorii well i 7i 7 Chandler :
and ":-Etb/el : .-M^^A.Heri;'> Fred;. A.;: Clarke and
L^cyJ-D!«4Clay;g"andr ; Richard G/ : Bourne.
.arid?l^bui3e "Ciidlipp. - ;
CHARTERED IN JERSEY.
r . |X r—. — ' . • ■
Apparently a Combination 1.1 Ice That
:. ; - Transportation/Prbpertie*. / ; • -
NEW YORK, December 10.— The Com
mercial Advertiser has the following to
■':. "A .charter was filed ■ under the /laws
?of New Jersey I this ; afternoon; which '"ap-1
jparentlyf is^flntended for a combinational
: i likejiithat f embraced 51 iri|S the^charter?ibf J
\ j.thejNortherni Securt ties • Company .uwhich?
i ternfPacific,?! Great ";.Northe'rn;-';?and Cothei?
[/Northwestern y. 'railroaOa. -'_. : N The'. tile iofl
I'.this Jnew|?cqrpqratibn :/,; Is r theZ\Sbuttierrr
>^Securities liC.qmpany, and cxct>pt -"as-tiit
"dlirje>sg&|certaia¥pr^
ibeenSthejsuhjectTqf^dyersel!criticlsm^
i*S^^^i^M^*^?K?*6?SvJ'as3ter«| object,^
ipq-wers^aoadfp^ilege3,i:'asJAhe''; : NbrUieriil
I Seciiritie's I Cbmpariy. /^ Its ; nominal capttalt
[i3tslop,ooo;| butlitfcan 5 Increased theTanabbntl
at^itslpleasur^^SSJg^^^j^if^^^gi
g^VThor-ahd^haf'arc behind thlstSSiri
charter^; are 5 riqt^disclbsed % on;l its/If aee^ j
andUhe|namesj'ot|tiefcbr^tators!d^
[convey J any/5 irif ormatibn; .;;> Tho | /ch^ucterj |
statra-ilthatfthe^bjecte^fqlr^^h/icirqu^i
jcof»oratloli® is';! established | ax e^ ; to^pqn-j
;stru'ctf|"onerate^- arid V. control c transpbrtar;
itiori^ndertaklngs^t^niinals. aria i faclll-i !
• tles^and|t|^develoi>i any? prqpertl<|sHun3 !
otertakings,' " industries, enterprtsesi/^bri;
Companies for ? transportaUbn B <by v >:landfor|i
wat«r. . . - -
fj^rhe-^conipany may conduct business;
of ithel States,'.; a rid |.' in'l r aAyiand'=alii '
if foreign (qountrlesfjbtit 'i It i is 't prdvldedftta/t 1
nothings In"," the;; charterishaH^be^con
stn>ed tr> authorize ths corporation* tor
|t?aniact|apy: i J n f any 3 StateiWrePr! :
ritory.^or Lt foreign -country; .contrary :to
the- provisions of : the ! law? i of • such Elate,"
'/Territory, -or (orelfn ■ country. -<'*3&Haj!
g|sln%aom c quarters . I t-j la i beUeyed.|S^
thy nftw charter Is, for the" purpose , of
icarcyliig^ln Jla? effect^one «of i the^mawdi
j!E|ep[jfCniNESE,
LABORFEOEItITIOX FOR THIS pjiO.
POSITION WITH JIURKAH.
■//: ■'-' ' : -:!:!-/: ;.v --.-i' /*!;?**'' ! !
A SNAG' AS TO OTHER ORIENTALS.
Tills rP«rt of EJccla»ion I'lnn Dcfcut
; /ed— Ticket-Seal ping; Favored ] lv
JLarge ; : 3lajority — Universal-Label
A«ltatioia: Meets De^eat—Pledsc of
Aid:to->yirgriitia labor .Iu a -.llakins
• Its -Voice illeard.:b-y L.atviniiker!c.
ySCRANTOX! 1 ■• PA., -/December 10.-The
exclusion' of '.^Chinese.' - : Japanese, and other
Asiatics lfrorn./ AriieTicari^territory. tick*n-
L scalping legislation; 'and/the advisability
of /adopting:/ a' universal; label for union
:iriadej'goods,:iwere;the! principal questions
sthat?claimed,'the: attention of the;dele-
: at;,to-day*s -twq • sessions of the
N Ariiefican Federation^ of Labor.
:?ITherresqlutiq:n: ?I Therresqlutiq : n "advocating the exclusion
of /the/; Chinese \was • adopted by the con
■vention'iwith • considerable hurrah, but in
ithe;matter]bf '.excluding natives of Japan
arid Jother.": Asiatic./ land? ■'■% snns m$
struck"; "arid 'this f part /of the anti-Mon
:gqlian /agitation '/was^killed, so far as
.the/Jpresent Jcoriyentibhis/concernpd. The
special -^committee""; having- charge of the
;exclusion;Tmatter '-'was -: ; unanimous in
favorably reporting.;. thq section
of;' the ;resqlutl6n,2but;Tvas divided in re
jgarditbjthe Japanese! /The Pacific coast
; delegates; led I^ :'the discussion on Chinss?
exciusibn, r but were divided when it came
to ; v; excluding- .Orientals. The
-burden"; of -'the 'remarks!; of .those opposed
toi/the, Japanese^^resolution, was thatChi
riesej immigration /was the greater evit o£
;the:;two,:^arid ithat tto" insist /upon some
ifestrictive/ law :|tb :* prevent a Japanese'
•Invasion. /may.' ./endanger /the passage by
''Congress f of ;i the ' act.
: DEBATE.
/. The; ticket-scalping- 1 debate was quite ;i
lively ; affair/ /i.The ; delegates .representin.:
the jrailwayvitelegraphers/opened the fisiit
;"agalrist/.the.Vrcsqlutiqn, i: vmakinjr the poir.:
jthat^such ;? action/ ;/was beyond the juri?
;diction: .;offthe; ; federatipn. "The typos"
■were jhelped? along ; in.i their argument for
: the/i adoption Jbf .the resolution by seve
ral Socialistic members/bf -the convention.
'AjSociailst;from;Ch'lcago ; said:',-V-he rail
.waysVare-sklnningrithe tpeople. V.'hy cot
let the ; people skin the/railways? It i.^ a
.skin {game all /around." ;'■ "V^hen the vtva
voce. L .voteKwas-;takeri, those in favor oi
p/ermittlngTscalpingLvwon 'by an over
iwhelming majority^; !/ ; ■
agitation /;f or i a •■;. universal . label
which //carried .on/ for. a lons
jtlme^was.-'/agalnVdefeated./! -Those who
|favored;the/ldea'fousht,valiantly. but the
I'delegatea/hSd'madeup.theirminds on tht>
question,/ "and crushed the proposition
when it Tcame ■ to ; a vote./ .' :
- . TO AID /.VIRGINIANS.
|S/Ambrig/Jthe/'fesqlntlons/ adopted by tht
cbnventibn/B!were^: these : ;To assist tha
v Federation"; of Labor in having
.the'/^vqlce/ibf labor heard 'and its ristui
secured'ln/' the! remodelling "of the Virginia
s Constitution;''-?glvlng^|thefright; ''-?glvlng^|the fright of "3:1 f •
f rage 'Tta^J the c citizens T;^bf the District
[qfj Columbia; "/asking/: Congress to pass &
»riiaririe" : law;/regu!ating.l.the number or
•men/eriiplbyednby' the size of a vessel.
Jandfsetting: a •: standard (of skill, and pro
iVidingrj*fq"r/;!the~v;organfaa.tibn,' of States*
federations in Tennessee and other-South
ferri] States to ;fight\the": convict syswm.
Capitol:" Bnildiiipr^liiitt Loan A«*«n'i»
v ;t»on
'/Thb rriirieteenth - ; annual: meeting of tns
stqckholdfcrsiof stheiCapitol ana
I^>anTAssocsatlon\-was: : hel<i last ni.^ht at
thelofflcevMloSJeastl:MainiStreet. Kep*^
submitted-'by-'jthe* accountant and Auuit
ing I Committee^ showed the faffair? of th*
company;" tby be 3 ia:». excellent shape^ &nu
theV;business£: during ?;■ I the four monta*
sinc'elithe'slastTstockholders' meeting- to
have /been ibetteri than for several years
: past; rA-f dividend fof *2'per cent, for tn=
f our^mohtha "^was bordered to be paw
;andithe:balance[earned.;to be credited w
ithe 3 surplus? account J^ 5 --^ : -''
igTh&B following.: -officers and director?
r.were = re-elected, s f dry a ; term" of one >'^ :ir -
Dr^J^lt-Hinchinan..^president: WiH^nJ
B. c!:5 ';
"secretaryiand jtreasorert Henry M. Tyie..
solicitor; Joseph t>.
.JVelsh^iaridSfJoseph ? 4 Stumpf. trustee^
[arid&Dr! J." H.^ Hinch man. William v>»
son,^P.l^J:^CEunpoclonicoJ; Captain J.
fPitzgerald^J JameaSHorUey. M- Kelly. P.
iStumpf. "P. 'Sullivan,'; and Thomas J-
Sheehy.fdirectors.
l>*Mtth o? Mr*. -EHfuel.
;/ Mrs. /Margaret ■' A: : Deuel/^ied y e3 \f*
[dayiJafternoon? at" 4:45: / o'clock at ««■
ihome/^Nor^lSJ south. 3 Short street. ;/ H *|"
tDeuelQwasgthel.wife^of : Mr. A. H. *
l l)eu:el3whoiisifOTeniaiiiofithe;Rjchnii)na.
fFtederlcksburfflandJPotomaC: shops. »-=
twaa"sCTyears,'o£fas&.xr:V - v,' O r»
55The'deceasediwa3m^iIiss;Savmo be»or«
i her^m&rriageJ^ ShfeS was ;a.vsi3ter of "»
ila*elrJohni| i T,lsSavin©sandCan auot oi
rMessrs^tO^O-y ansiv J: .«-»
ChanceryaCourt^ Clerk'sSofllce. / u»
hex|hti3band^Mrs^l>euelfls;survl«f^^
Itwo^sons^and^a isiste^tMiss Fanoi"
-^have ;»-•■
ibeen^cqmpletedr-.
PM ACON^/ G A., DecemberslO^Fotlow^^
htheffalhire^of g the?.BarnesviUei f^*±^y
bttolnifSgCompany, the [ HansQn-(>>*'*- 3
i'CQmp^^a^frnelßarnwvnia^^: 1 "^
SBwik^-^i^elver4wa3jappolnted to-*"
tforithelNewl South ISavinga ;BanS. :r.: r. ,»*.,
was 57named a as fitemporao
rcejtye*.«p&;f 'V- '• ' r • '
; 15c. PKR;BU>rpREI>
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