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jr-LITEXTIAL ajEX TO SUPPORT IT.
THE CORPORATE: EXTENSION
fowito Fovpr Ircerlalatfon isaaUlnts
to tts Elxpqijfffon— C. &0. Company
Will Xot;Re»lstr-C^ V^CrnneJs Sad
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NEWPORTyyE-ws, VA:, January" 12.—
(Sjxicial.)— ilayer Mpss^; several influen
tlfil [ citizens/;;; snpia:'cbmtKiiteeVof 1 the
Central .Labor, Union.' -went to .Richmond
this afterntbn^to; appear before .'.- the Sen
ait Commltieel ont General Xyaws In .the
interest of tbe.'Ca'beli child-labor bill, the
purpose, of which, is to prohibit the em
ployment of- children under li~- years of
a-E^ in manufacturing . and 'industrial
piacts. «s well- as. ■in busi
nescts. The Central JLabor Union sent
Messrs/ E. J. : Mulcahy and J. . B. : Cline-
Sinst. to ■'.- Richmond* several \ days <igo ■. to
remain on the ground as lonp: as tlic bill
ts before . the Legislature; .; The ,: Newport
News Trades TJnios"men,h&ve:been strong
supporters 1 of .; the : roovementr to .do\ away
with child i labor \ for some timife,! and when
the Cabell bill was. presented;iti was: UTe
■first labor bc»dy to take' action to insure
]Kb passage. *:. The ■■. labor 'people generally
in. Virginia are anxious to see the. minl
in-jm age made 14 years in t.me. ,
EXTENSION OF ICORPORATE LJMITS.
Another, committee wiH go r: i"rom£herp
on Thursday to :appeaV: before one of the
Senate committees: in the interest of,leg
islation that will greatly benefit Newport
News. Thei Legislative (Committee of the
Council met to-night and -designated ; a
delegation to ; appear; before the-Commit
tee on General Laws of the Senate Thurs
day afternoon :at -;4,\o'clock, ; with .; bthi;r
committeot? trom the: cities of Virginia,
to urge the. passage, of 'the- Anderson -b;il.
making provision^ for the extension of. the
corporate^ limits ; without the i necessity ,i ct
going before..: the Legislature every time
such extension -is -needed -by a. city - o ~
town. The Chamber of Commerce wjIJ
also send a committee. Most of the
municipalities and bueiness-men's bodies
in Virginia. will : have delegations on hanc 1 .
to advocate the billl. The passage of
the bill will see a movement started here
immediately to extend the boundaries ot
Newport" News. ' Steps were taken late
in the year to add more territory to the
city, . but when the Anderson bijl : was
introduced the extension; advocates' l*t
their, plans rest: temporarily until ths
Legislature should act on the bill, '
,:AN OBSTACLE, REMOVED."
When the matter of extending the cX?
limits was first taken up it was an
nounced that "the Old Dominion Lami
Company, ■- which laid : out the city; and
owns considerable property inside as we!j
as outside, and the Chesapeake and Ob^o
railway;, which owns some valuable' land
both in and out. of the "city,, would.; lig^l
1-ajjy.i. action looking to t.iking In the pro -
posed territory, on the ground that xhs
land was- not earning sufficient to jus
tify : the assessment : of increased taxe-?,
which would follow owing to the differ
ence between the city and county rates.
Now. it is 'earned reliably, the Chesa
peake and Ohio railroad does ; not: in
;erd to fight the extension movement,.de
•iring the additional police and lire pro
lection It would enjuy with its present
county land inside of the city.
> C. V. CRANE'E DEATIi .
C V." Crane, a Cuban political - refuge-3
•who left ?<3uba just before the Snanish-
Americari war. died last night at the hos
pjtal of heart-failure. •
He leaves a wiaow arid five* children.
and was about 35 s"ears of age. One of
"rJs daughters JK'es in Augiista-Ga. -An
unsealed .letter ■■:' addressed to her was
found, in wnich the father told her to be
a good girL and be said he would -en
close $10. He died before he had a
change to put the' money in the envelope.
He had a. severe^ attack of the heat t
several weeks ago, and remarked .to a
friend that if he sufifered another, like
it he would die. .In. the man's safe, which :
-was not locked,-' was found - $150 > in cash.
The stock " of. -.-..watches, and jewelry ■•: j<?
-"^.-oniv"2bC'Ul''fl,9oor"lt*is' understood ths^t
Crane's family ll\'es at; Matanzas; Cuba.
On account of some* political trouble -^ne
"left his home- and came 'to this, country.
charged with' obstructing jus
..::,:. tics. . '.-.. . :. ; ;.
Thomas Jones a Norfolk county negro.
'vas arrcjtfd 1n the Police Court this
morning, chatted wJtb i obstructing jus
tice. Several weejjs a*o his,' eister, > Ida
.White, scalded Lucy Morris with a pot
of hot coffee. Jones Is charged ..with in
fit'^inp the JloHs womfi'. to m *i> N^**
"Tolk county and stay out- of -sight until
his sister's case is disposed of. so tn;it
there will be. no 'evidence against h^r
-Officer Tom Adams learned of the mow
and in Police Court this morning he sa-.\r
Jones give a Intvyer a note from a color-.
•;d lawyer, asking the former to -handle
the case. Adams questioned ■ Jones."- and.
.finding he was : the brother.; arrested. j^m
on-. Hi* fh'rce of obstruotlnir instice.v ■
' BLUFFED INJO A CONFESSION.
Detective-Sergeant Reyn.olasi '"bluffed"
*FY*d Carier. a -swell , negro.: into a con
-re«ion of larceny before 'Cnrter.: Knew
•what the officpr was after.. and: in;ihe Po
jice - Court to-day the ; prisoner was fined
T27.75 and given oneday :jn; jail oij^ihe
charge of "" stea ling a gold watch | from his
room-mate, Arch.c Holaby. ; 'Carter, biy
came frightened' and' surrendered a pawn
ticket. Xor ...'tfce:-:£mepier£,-,a»d;, : :the- detec-'
'dye went to Norfolk and I it.
The Fire CommJtteeof .the, Council to-,
fiay. opened bids for remodelling -the front
cf the central • fire | station, | and | recom
mended that the contract be awarded to
2. Morgan for 559G. ;-;■_•;:: v ;> , ; >r< ■■ ■!;;;;-
The -:thre* squads of the police force
will- have -their tsonthly targret.ehoot io^
porrow for the sclci medal Uiat is ..worn
by the winner; for- thirty^ days; ;, A; mili
tary i&rset wiir be used, and the .coppers
•will; shoot at, fifty, yards. ■. -..-■;
A TEEKOR rp \ THE NEiGHBORHOOb,
K^so Teter, a youth who has- been
threatening., sj -. number ■.■ ot- boyg; hi', j Ui<r
North End with, aireyojver- tha^ he bas
been carrj'Jng'; around | -wi th | him, ; will "he
placed under- arr.est. as soon as he can
ue . found, a warrant ; ha\ing been -:. is
mit6 for him; He is said to be -the terror
of the neighborhood:" and has al)of thc
bo\*s afraid of him> - It' may also-be
charged that he picked.- up g $6 ; frpm the
fioor of a" hanlj belonging to a* lady and
I'oaet&d to his playmates :how he -bad
"swipe- '^the: mopey by dropping a pin
end pseWnc vp both. ; : '.':'.■ - ".. . .'
Russel! RoDfc.3 Bbipryaro'<enTplpyee,;was
placed: in the jail .hospital, to await -ac- ;
lion by a "commission of lunacy. . It : re
quired two policemen "to hold the man
lor,' over two hours before ;he could, bt
KUbdued. '■-.■'•;-;-- ■".■*:-"-;.■■.': .* ■*-.::--;!-" . '-'.■■■
Sh(-ritt>S; S. Curtis, of .Wnrwiclc ■;. coun '-■
ty.: left, this afternoon - for.; Richmond ito
make arrangements for nhe ; reception .to-. .
morrow, of ;the .Warwicjj. county <seltf-
Eatiori* that . goes to work against "the
JordEn-oyster-ajeaißurc..;-- :-.,■- ;-'■-;; -'■- ; - ■; !v;i
I ? irede*troj"ed! »■ 6"naH : shelter house on ;
Pier No. 2. at the Chesapeake and Ohio ;
terminals. :"early,' yesterday mornJng..K'9 j
carnage wns done. to ithepiDr. „: . j
Thecrvlser. San;Fr»ncisco end :the;gu-n ■:;]
boat>Nashville arrived mi Hampton Rdds
Sunday-- from^Culebra.r: The 'Frisco wiii
po , to they na«7-s'ard ja t £ Norfolk • '. and '•■- tne
Nashville will >, go Jto tthe yard-: at -^Boston '
for , overhauling. vTbe Nashville "wa^th■»
Srct;- w«r v«!Sßrt'.:, built " b^'thp. Newport
Mews Shlp-Buildlng and Dry-Dock Com'
peny. : -■"-:"-,- v : --:^- : -: ■;■?"•",-•:.,. -•- ; -::
- The JJorwegian steamship, idnn. Cap-;
Cherry Pectoral
Talk this over with^yoiir:
doctor. If he says J Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is alii right
for your hard cough, then
take it. We are willing to
leave it with him. He bas
t.'?f, ■"',. * ■■■ ;■.-■.-.-■' '. :- "" -. / .. ■■-■■■ ■;.;. ■"■:■;,'■■■ ■:.■■„.. ■■::.," fc
the formula. Doctors have
Juiown irfd^eo.yearsiraMi
."•• ;;■;: ; ; •.: ?# c. at» <»^ unu, ium.' |i ,
f ■ * ■■ '■ - '.'■ ■ ".i -*""" -- ; " " ■'■' ■". " ' * --'■■: ?■■■>■!■■ - ' *• ,~. . .. . J .
QFGONSUMPTION, ftf
Stop Your Cough and Afoffi
Future Trouble.
We WillGiiarantee That We
Can Do Jt For You. v
Cur Vino! is the Remedy for all-
Affect!on«^ : ;;
■ .'Vinoi'ls Hh&t-iaiicl^
liciou's to ialrc. r \ - ■ .. '
■ It consists pf pi^delicate table wine
la which has, been dissolved tHe active
curatjve; principles that^are found \xq'
tije liver of tlie live cod^ and to- whicli
icod-liVer pj l^owes i its : reputation 1 as ; a
rcaiedy for couglis," colds and all waisi*
ing'!. diseases.";";; ;. "' - ; "■■'■■:■ -\~ ■? \T : : ;: /. ; ;; : ;' ':* :
■'-;■ If there is any one who has a cough f
a tendency to. taKC; cold easily, or a
drea4]of;^bns*umption,7TS'C' would X like
to have them call andlpermit •ns^to'ex 1 ;
plain ••vha^vyq ; Jtnowyabout Viriol and
■why we belieyc it ■will. cure all: sucH
troubles more surely and quickly- than
any I other "remedy ever .•• given -to ■ tH9
public.^ ; ; "/'■: x . :-';: -'; ■■'■'■";''■■ "■"^-..^■jlU
'■ Following, is a letter "which' has just
comef to hand and which shows Show'
beneficially Vinol acted in "one instance: j
"I had;a severe cough of long-stand-
ing. I was ;ad vised by friends to f give i
your yiripla trial, which I did. , Before;
talring 1 il l liad tried, many, other reme-1
dies fcr, cough's ; obtaining any :
relief. ; With' JVinol it was d iff erent. J
have now fused four, bottles of it, and
am pleased to say my coughlhas almbsfc
entirely lef t jme.v . 1 have been decidedly;
benefited by its use in every way}/ 1 Very}
truly? yours. ?^H. E. '-'Sxam,, Boeton;
Iklass. - ;■'."' '. ';,•-.-'.'.
Vino" /act* beneficially nponthe. dir
gestive orgons, ; enabling them to-:obt
tain for.theraselves the elements from
whicHj are): made Srm healthy^ flesh";
tissuetsoundmuscle, strongbone struct-^
xure and' pure blood. ' -■■"-■■„
We recommend Vinol unreservedly.
If youwill call on us at our store, we
will tell you why we have such faith ia
tbis new wirie.of cod-liver oil. ■;•.;
We guarantee that if yon suffer f rom;
sny symptoms that indicate tronbles for
which* we: know Vinol is intended; we
will refund^ to you your money if you
don't find Viocli helps you.
The jtragle Drug Company;
tain Christenseri, loaded with/1.200 tops
of scrap-iron,"' -passed here to-day, at i
o'clock; bound; "for Richmond,; where: -she
will discharge vher ( cargo. ; -, , :-V i
Tnisilis.itfieciirst. sieamship flying -.r a.
foreign tfihsHo • pass this port for.'Hlch
monu with:or ; wiuiout cargo in the recol
ieciion of the -oldest shipping men. One
wcll-kriown:>6hipping .official ,' th.sr- after *'_
noon 1 stated: thai he bad been' here twenty
years.f and ? he'' had . never ■■ witnessed^ the
sight i of *a : foreign steamer fe giving '(Newr
port News • the ' go-by ; for ' Richmond. " A s
tne little ? ; vessel; steamed >past>the city,
at about eight knots, her r^tiburse: was
watched ;,wiii>>jnterest,'..:and . cousiclerable
surprise was .when she" r con-.
tlnued^*past"the 'sh.p-yard-- without- cu^i
ting ; dor m ; her; speed «.nd headfio iin tne
direction -of Richmond. Her> nets tonnage
is^ onlyi 750. V.The entry, of this ; vessel ai
the Kichmondr'custom-house.' to-morrov/,
will doubtless -be :an event' of interest
mere, i; Snipping men preaict- she .wW
have difficulty in making- Richmond. \ :4-
FXIOM FRYIXGPAX TO THE FIRE.*
SnCoIU Prisoner Who Fired - the ; j
Acijiiitte^. of prisrlnal. = " •
:,^ Choree. and Scnteiiced '
rr.v. ! ;.';£or Arson. .• . ' ' :
■•.. SUFOLK,. VA^ January : lS.-rCSpeclal,)^
The irony : of .fate was exemplified ; ; in Ithe:
case of W. If ; r Du seridorf er in r the CoiinV'
ty Court" to-day. Dusendorferi,was in SiiY
on' the 7: charge'; ' of "stealing a /sewing- i
machine i and ; J on Saturday ; morning,' aY;
tempted, to" burp his way out of the pri-^
son, but . wae : 'UnsucceEsful.Vonly a-Semali:
hole being burned in the ceiling, whehths;
fi fe ;:. wen t:. : ouL';; To-dajr 'J, the '* priso"ner7was
acquitted upon I: the charge pf; stealing the,
;sewlng-niachine/"; sewlng-niachine/ " and .was then put | on;
trial ;f)prjfiring;lthe jaji. He pleaded ;gujity. r:
and' Jyflge Kilby, under -theV prerogative
■ granted", by " r the r new}" Cohstitution.' "pro 1 -"
a^jt9;W?iCTs?ltheY.'prJsPn"iwT^t'hoyt;,S
.trja] ; swJ . fixed ; his punishment; at Hhref;
years in"-; the/ penitentiary. " ' :v ; -"';: :
- ■■"/■"•!■•." 'pT. 1 ? V'^.'^t-. "'''-■ C.~jr-''i'' ■' .";'"-"[ :'..'..' i--,/;:' -v '.? : :
.Supervisor.- B: f : B. Geddy and Justice' of .
Ithe PeacerJ.iJ.. Carl ton are assisting 'Dr. :
Stephenßon ' T ln ;■: carrying v into " effect ; the
law/goverDing sucJi cases: '.'-.■-.' : ; ! /
-; :;:^K r :COURT .NEWS.' : ; . ;.:-. i ::^->
; . Jaines 5 - City-County Court" was In. ses-;
slon here -to-day, ; Judge;: Sydney :i Smith:
presiding. 'No: cases were tried, awflont
rnisdemdaiior; case was, conttouea^tliMuext;
term.- j'v--. : < ■; : '-V::. . ■"-■ . "■-;' : - : . -,•;:..;;'« " : ;- r ":J:)rt>'-^"«5
.The will of B^B. CalJ, was admitted: to:
probate.'" I "It disposes- of between {30.UQQ
and StO.ooo.' .which was v lle t/ ! - to --his }) bmyj.
s6n. . Mr^ : M.'iltiHfljrell is named "as>es»)
ecutorj'apd "r trustee,- t> u t did : sot ;quai*fyi
tO'tlayl <\ : .- ; :.:i;s"^-,:..-- .". '. ; ; ':'■.'■"•■■':■:' :" ".x--'f"-"£^
" W. V. : Greerihbw qualified 'as:admlnls»:
tra tor lof ..the? estate ■ of ; nis - : father. -Robert j
Greenhow, :in^ a.TJOpai'of. Si ooQ.*y
A well-Upowu Justice of ; the:- Peace 3fj
James j City f ; le % thinking ■. seriously ': of ■ re-'
signing • his • ofllce ; on i account '-. of ; the Jyery v
: small fees allowed by; the Legislature,'- aAd ;
> the graye ■ respongibil ities \ attached.' 1 j?-^t ,? js
difficult |to vge't^ goods meu-i to .serve, :- as •
there is nothing in the^offlcebut- trouble;
and- worry'."' -'•'"■*:.: 'rj'~ ■■- i-f-:-' "-."- ■;-:v":^: ;; :;i";:.V' a
HARHT-'L:HUXDLET:IL,T/. s . ;-';':
..Mr^- Harry *X;:,Hui)dley..;ls.atLtheLpo!nt
of death tat his home | here. <Itlwae thought
this 1 morning, that ■: the end - was; ate band.'
but '',\ he rallied f for i^a v ;:few.fhourß.ysMri;
Hundley, Us-&bout cS lyears of Jage. ■ and Us^
'we!lrknown;here<ana?in s Newport;News:^
.. Capta in ; H-i'B.'r Smith. : of ; Newport ';■ JCewsA
was : : hereK to-2ay. : after i an - ah'sehcQ SKf
several j pjpnths.t;; He was warmly /greeted j
by '■' his « taanyirlriends.- : J ; ■■ v ra? -i'^.i-.v- ■.;;.•■•* -s"^
:Mr.- John .Kent; wjjphjas been ill' a lonff
time "with: fever. : Is; able" to :be 'put.'- : v*'l>
*-r - Presiding i ; Elder * Bennett;; preached 5-; his
first ' sermon : Jn Lihe ' Methodist church ;here .
last I nis^htv 'a«4 < P^ade -a ; splendid^ imprea-i
Eion :-xipon s. hls'i'congresatlon; :^l|^^jvgj?
; : Petitfons are sljeing *circnlated t; In--2P9W
: batan : ; acd \. Ston ©house districts '/©ft James]
- City ' county . r ;pray."nar ; Judge f Smith j.to>orf
<3er a locßl:optiDn:eTection.r.Those;lnf,poTj
•eition to :knpw;«ay; that^JamestCityiwill;
bo. a "dry?' : county, before many jmonths.^j
THE TOWN OF BRISTOL^ \
The liols{nn Clnli— FrnnltSG. P?tße^|
BRISTOL.' -VAV;' January. 12.~{Speciaj^
; A/report .'su omitted iio I the I County£C9Virt|
Jatills^quarterly session recently.*- shows;
ith«Ta*ss^sPfljj^!ues^
i Sullivan, .comity, - Tcnnesse?, as3join!ng
;Bri^ol/^|l^K^^^^Th^c^^|.fi?^3|
?the -tax levy for road purposes '.for 11903
!a£^7^n|f«"oni^'i!i.''noOr^o{^^6^m^ra'tij^|
|wasrpt^^S'edffpif^al!^th'^pui^"os^^l|;
|!sTa^nouHc^|w^tfth«"£conrtttt|i^^Hn|rl
(SSk^^S;^|3eJ : Bro'^lo^i^^^aaob^
! taWng Actlpte .with rftfer*ne» to |»rovidln«
f:fTHeHrol|tbn^TJb.?* : -PPPc!»r toe!*! or*
■Us« annual meeting the past u-scli am.
I elected tho followjpg -'pJßcers'' for the ?en';
}|<3*ptaln S S; %VJ% E^lkeira^;£^ceipresldenti I
; t H^A. Stull, secfetary-tre'aaurer.
iciub'hild'a^numb^pfielegant Sociai"?^®
S^apHlSmith;fa"TO»^ofiG^fs;etSmith;fof;
|Sl6untvilie^inear^ Bristol, i got ihia^handj
f^aiy. mangled* in ,& -feed cutter at -the
'- home "of John M. Fain Saturday, Hvwas 1 ,
supdcrstood>:that ; ampu^uon of | the in^
Jured member- would-be. necessary. \ '-
I £3&T;i.Qj:J?He&I& weil^whb^ has /resignedj
;^evpw!u6n;pfsheMl^hopk-l«(^^for.«thS|
|vßd3e^ilfeiflrini of /Huntsman? Broatj &\ Co^j
i i^OSition \ Which rhe Jhadjheld i iov a num-^
;ber;pf yearS/Cwill;be: succeededjby/ George
f Tasjher'etbfo're":
; announced^ 'will fgo to'Blair, ! ' r ya.^near the:
; Np^thi^arolina HheVt to /become j the ; mana-; |
h6er:-of;avnew'; ..wholesale '? grocery; business,!
ilpijwhich'ihe/will have; an interest. ...
:|; FatherlTheolosius^ of ;^ Alabama./, is /the '
riew'pastor in:;chaVse of :St.vAnn's;Cathcj^: l
:JiC;Churchihere; having jbeen appointed: to J
'Succeed* father jßurke// deceaseds ..Fatherj
;Theblosius>' "conducted; his first service: here':!
;'6nryesterdayV: haying hiet/ : the ; members of
. ih'e^Bristbl church for 'the first time./ r
-t^The r remains j of •' MrJ-jFrahk :Gl'-.\ PitzerV;
:theiprlnce : ;'of- Bristol /whose
;death / occurred on ■.. Friday - morning, / were '
italien-. toVJvnoxville, CTenn^i ■ bhf- Saturday-
I f orC interment:" beside '% the * graves fof c. the
fpar6nts of; the | deceased^;' The big depart^
• hient store -here, of .which; Mr.:; Pitzer.', was
? sol-6 owner, opened ) to-da y as ■usual.- It is .
I not; yet known just what;dispositioh the .
ifexecu tbr.'.will- make' of? the ! ; business "' • •
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IN SLEETY CARTERSVILLE.
Abominnbie nVcather There—Cohdi
.'•Jtlon of the Sicli— Church .GoMsIpV ,
: CARTERS VILLE, VA., January 12.—
(SpeciaL)-^Ycster'(3ay. was one 'of the most
: disagreeable • days that have been ;. expe
"riericed here I for soriie time. :• It /drizzled,
snowed , ; ">. and ra ined '■'■: almost ". the : /entire
day../rhis;witl)- r the light: snow that: fell
Sahurday night, 'froze after sundown -and
J jthis-inornirig i the county was locked in a
sleetTwhi eh - : rendered %th c ',* mio yemeri ts ; of
'pedestrians very hazardous. : "
'£ Owing ; to, the condition of the weather
; Sunday/ Dr. W. : V. :.Tu dor; : presidi ng el der
6f:theiWest,RiehmondiDistrict, was -only
ableito hold one service here, consequent-^
:Jy':he;returned; to:Richns9nd on the after
noon train. '' : ~. - - ■'•■ _ *
% -The Rev. Hugh J, Peyton, -the pastor,
preached ;: at night to a small congrega
tion;v;:::.v;;- ■'■■ •'-- / ■ --- • :'- -
jyir.- James T. Dupuy,; a former resident
bf,:-thls couritj',. but now of- Lynchburg,
was : In this village on 'Saturday L and- a
part of f Sunday. :■- Mr. ; Dupuy is a son -pt
Dr.n Joseph Dupuy, a former practitioner,
here. , . : ; : . ■-. -. .::'..'■'-■■■'■" , 1
■t>3Mr.;. J. L. Staley, the efficient agent- of
the Chesapeake andiOhlo railway" at Peril-/
berton,' left 'for Roanoke oriuhe noon- train
tprday;, accompanied ,by his little daugh
ter, U Virginia. He : goes to visiti t relatives
and" friends. .-, ;. .-; ; ;""'?';:. ■-.-■
. Mjr. . W. E. Gray, of the Cremona sec
tiohi; is quite ill, with no hope -of recov
ery;,' i „_".--.-., -'
,'s Mr. J. Walker Bragg, of the : Boswell
neighborhood, who has tieen ..quite", .ill, hr
better.no'Ry'.;-.'. - .-;.■; ;-- .".'- ■■ "
;. The Rev: Dr. J. E. Gwatkin, pastor of
'the Baptist church here, ; has been" -quite
sick -during; last week, -..but is much, better
to-day, being able now to move about.
'iMjss- Annie iLarab. of Richmond,' is • a
'visitor, at the home of her uncle, Mr. S.
: L.;Nie,'of, this place. ; : ■ : .. ; •-"."■": „ '
Jj Mr. Madden; of. New York, brother .of
; Rob.ert P-' Madden, ./ who • recently, com
:ihitted -suicide by, shooting with
,ii. pistol; in, one of the hotels at Charlotte.
N. iC, arrived on .; the noon / train I yester^
I Say.) and is the guest of Mrs. H. J. Pal
??aofe^'"." . - - ■-:.■■■:■,.■'
AN AGED LADY DEAD.
Mrs." Jacol* tawslie Ko More— ©emlae
y] ; 'r. ol "Wellons lllncn. ._^^ ,-v
i* " SUFFOLK, VA.; January X2.^(SpeciaL)
>The -funeral "■ of ' Mrs. Phoebe Al rLa'wshe.
■wit e pf Mr. ■; Jacob Lawshe, took place
iityi*- afternoon, at' the l ■faTOlly"Vesidenci
:iri^th©iw^t^End'f?and" : itiie''i»tefra^t{was
rnpae, in Cedar HilJ Cemet«rj'.r ;i ; .
.The' deceased was 73 years, of tage and
fhjJdf'been; -Hvinsi : in Su..vU;;;£hirty^four
years,- haying come here ,from 1 New Jer
; sey;* She? ; had .been > a '^member ,%of ? the
• Methodist Jchurch' since tgirlhood; arid her
'funeral/wa s conducted -/.py/. Rev. R. ; , H.
Potts; of Main-Street •-' Methodist; church,
and: Bey. W. TV.; Staley. p. D., of the
i Christian- church. . .-; ... .- -^ -.
Thews' was received ; "here to-day .of the
death " in, .New York yesterday" ;of "-Mr
Welioris l|ines. The deceased was- a na
tlv'C 1 of Suffolk and a grandson pf; the: late
aev. : W'Y.B'z Welions,' V, : D.,' of Suffolk^
■ The ■ remain? 'be brought' " to '• Suf
rdlH ? for .iriterment; and the funeral will
:lak£ ! - place ■at ;the Christian; chiirch ai
: It o'clock .Wednesday morning/r: ■"
SOaiK.WSTQIIICAIi. FACTS.
Which' ■ Show " the Phenomenal
1 V ; GjroTrtta of the?A»heu«er-'Bwscli. .
, .Brewinsr Association; ..
;-t The story of the success . of the Anheu- '
jssr«B^s\:h£ Brewing^ "Association- /practi':
;cally begins with"lß6s, the'year.Mr./Adol
pljus Bu?ch bought an interest: jnl? the
; conper|i which was then being conducted
; in ; -a;' small / and .'- moderately, ; paying /way:
; v The con cer n was lnjOTrh : at', that ; time as
:E. - Anheviser. & ,CPv 1° :'IS73 it -was Jhf
jc>rp/)rateaJ.u^er!Vthe^na^79? ; L^^*^ h^:i
jser '& Co.'f Brewing Association with>Mr7;
■' C. ! Anheuser. ;ap • president , and Mr- . AdoJ
fphus,;.';BuschKas '.. secretary, \ and .genergj
•manager-^ TJpon: the/ death of Mr. Anlieu^'
i sejvin' ; JSBD." Mr, ', Busch' succeeded ; to \ the?
; presidency/ which .position ; he, 'still. holds •'-.]. ]
i;ST^e^^h^^r-Busclil I:Brew}nff<A.ssocia^
'-. Won 1 ; are :the .. recognized .pioneers ; tn ■ ' the
jhottled thjey." were; the,;
i flrift" to ■■ bottle '."beer xb'r.V. export, - success
;£uUy.\ ■ '■'■:-■ W y : v^ ' /&£$
;vi .XJoder- •• Sir.' Buseb's v;skilftKj " guidance ,
:the;'_;.businessv:*= developed
;-y^r7afte'fJ- i year/Jt?was'.'niecessary^tb';adcl'
itiiyf and- larger .• structuresV L to keep ;pace'
i^^wjth ■ ' the sales,"" so Jtbai
c no" Wv-'the = jentire'l plant J! covers "an:; area \ of ;
paodut k 135 7acres f..- Xequai }ta : ' sixty ?i city •
! blocWs)}BJia ; copsistsr.of a brenr house lo/
;6.6oo*bafrels daily 'ca^picity;-bottUng work.^
qf bottles dail>\capac|ty, "ice ;; plants
; of^oV.tonß daily,rcapacity.' malt houses of.
: 4 : EOO : :bushelsL;dally.^capacity. -;a% cooling
(capacity. of -,2.6so "tons:; per cday^. storage,
releyators^forTnialttandribarley •of;-. 1..250,000
'capacity^ {stock iiouses :for -iager-;
i injr>fr>nrposes iof ,'425.000 1 barrels ?;
I n.\ power.; plan t s with x. 60.000 - ; sq uare feet :', of ;
: : healinirisurface.-*equal ".to" 7.750 ,horse cPpw- ;
I ef,f of ; whicli ? 4.000 ? horse) power "are i trans^:
;(W^d;:tp^thelJele^tilc*pow^tpl^t'7Justi
fooinp,Jfted!-f.aiid;ii« ; the;? largest iahd';iinost
fco^pleteTptomrof/its^kindCpf^ny.prJvate
corporation" in the, country. .-...;„.; : .-:.
r X Bf sldes^ the i'above.^, thei^heusfix^Busch :
i : .Bre '^iis S Xssoeiatioh C; own ;J an d 1- ' opera te
| thf>h* '.:■. own if; rallroaa.v. to "& connect; with gthe;
Uermi^ls^?AlsoV;tin;^^penjfcer^:rsragonV;
rpajnt.''hamess. and cooper shops.
tWhrge s thousand ■ five" hundred
ii^B^enl^ge^^tltneiS^l^^jJ^t^Abpnii
fl.s^radflJt!pnairrtehTawl*roployed|litXtie''
|esgociat iori*s .;' forty-two g branches^ inT?| the ;
i principal cities of t. the Union.
iitebrureCliand?aTe built loflredjbricfc^trim^l
ivqed Ewitli Sgranite| and gwh i toXstDne, 1 ? and
jpresfent |»5St imposing 'i
f of vVlsl t orsV^and ?1 1 ps '?' «af e 'J; to sayT more ;
oeolpJeTpa»tthfough\th!s?§T&t]p^
j'any S other f establishment ? in -Jtli< V
fciTaiese. figrtres form anlJntereatlnslre^
(cord 'Of, growth : In ; lS^/: B.ooq : b'jan*ls;^rerF.
iws^^paaseii. . tfce, eklen .for- l«S;:;*e!»s;
:taW.3lsbarr»ls, and- by far ejccemls the
!outs»uf?of. r-a»yr -a»y ether l)rftw*rj-. ; "Sspße
k,/ The. trad* of th» Anbewser^BTßEchVAs^
|*o«!4tJoßVla:i»ot^confljied to iflie ; United,
!fltES«;.jor> : ih«. iAtntrlwp^: continent. Abut
fiJ^^w|!^Si^we^r.;Kf!*f«^s|-^l
ED 9JjA'yFK'OP;JAKfi;IjEE.' -
KERItrMARRIAGE!
Sr9." ; -T|ioinnß> - : W- ;Tjrrec,; tun ; Prlue; of-
Thomas* O?Brien—A Boy's Foolish
•' Act— Death -•' of :.•■ B# '' G. : JfcClelland— "
.■/'Rcy.'-'TRi.'^FJ^cy/'i^yi^i.".?^ l ™'^]
DANVILLE, VA-, January 12.—(Spe-'
cial.)—WllUamf Jones,-; whojstandsl^plntly
ih'diQted. with:" Arthur .Wilton ?f or Ithe^mur-.
der.r-iof.-; ..Jake' ; jj6ee,i*i3. y *-;^NprthHCarolinaj
.f armer/ ; who ; was ; kilted 7 and\^f pbbed j in;
this city \ some t months '. ago, '% was ? on", trial.
infthe'CorpprationiCourtstOTday.:;? • V: f
Counsel I f or' l the defendant demurred. *to
the UndlctraenW-; butX theVdemurrer;; was;
overruled. -; : - A -plea 'of .. not "guilty was '. ; en
tered. .: < „C ;.:J -: ; :; : -i.. ■;,:.■ ." : '": : ' ' - ~~ v '•■
> .The :f 'case " Is ■ In v the . hands : - of ■ the ; follow-;
ing jury :^ / J.W.'Williford. ; 'J.;B,;Myefs,;
"C. '■-■ M. '- ' Mahai; , ; P. -', G. !- Guerrant; \ C; .". E;;
Harris; W. Li Powell, . C. E. • Carter, R." P.
AylpriWW.vC.;Dove,: J.yA. ; Hawkins, Ij. A.;
;Francisco f 'Vand';L. I SH.";sßrowh;-^-/;^ s D'^;v>*'
. '-- Wilton was tried ■in December,: and seh- ;
[te'nced Ub 'death: His '■■ execution; will take
place : February "6th. - ; ; ; ; "."; ■:- '^-.v- -■■ \\ y-.
'•-■-;,The ; J jury.",/ in ■' the ; Jones case is quarter- ;
ed at; Hotel 1 ;; ;;:;y7': -• .
;Mrs;Y,Thomas;M.Tyree, .widow^of. Cap
tain Thomas , -M; Tyree^ superintendent •of
Leemont Cemetery,' a position iwhich 1 Mrs.
Tyree' has; held ,: since ''the deathiof . her
.husband,, is ; now the :y/ife;df Mr; Thomas
O'BriefvVa^ man :.whb : assisted ; in; the V work
at? the cemetery, uef ore Mr.~.Tyree's death;
vThecstorj'. of the romantic: attachment
: came^to -"lights this?; morning/i The; cou
ple were married more than a month
ago. . The marriage; has been kept a Tpro-^
found " secret: The story was ; learned : by
aceidenti -;". - : -Exactly , • why secrecy In the
matter • wasidesired '-, (s not known.
;, DROVE VDOWN; THE cTRACK.
'. The Magistrate's Court at Pelham, ■ was
in; session.: Saturday; with Justices J. h.
Williams, J.; F. M:;f;Travis, and ; S. A.
Pierce sitting. John { Carter,, a' white ; boy,
was before the court on' a warrant sworn
out.u t '. - by ;. 'the ':■'■ Soil therri Railway; Com pahy
officials, for. trespassing on the premises
of the ■: said * company— to- wit : -; driving I a
wagon -along; the tracks end especially
through , the; cuts. . It seems ithat- youjig
Carter, was' trying^ to. shun the mud .. in
the 'public "roads and "did not realize" the ■
danger of .such an V act, nor; know the
law;- of. North Carolina, which is ; very
strict in eucb cases. 'The boy was heav
ily fined. "' . . > -. :l'::: l' : : -- ■""■'■-'
■■; B.G. M'CLELLAND DEAD. \
Mr. B. G. McClelland died at his home
in 'this.- city.; at; 8 o'clock; this"; morning.
He was irn the 37th year of his 'age; "He
leaves a wife and four small ; children.-:
The family moved ' here f rom
S.V C, last August. Mr. : McClelland ' had
been , sick ;.' since before that time. He
suffered -with consumption. ' -•?' . .
; Rev. ■ : R.~ Finlay Gayle, . 'pastor, of the
Mount £ Vernon .;';-.- Methodist . Episcopal
church, ;, slipped and \ fell pri the] pave
ment in front " of the ;•. church yesterday
morning, sustaining: a painful injury^ to
his ; lef t ; wrist" and ■ arm. - - ' ~* , ;
Mr.; Gayle •preached both morning: arid
night, but was very, uncomfortable. The
hurt; was. more painful than 'serious. '
■ A very.' pretty marriage -was solemnized
at; the. home .of Jthe. bride's ; parents, on
Overby street yesterday afternoon?: at' -2
o'clock: .;. The contracting"; parties [were
Miss Bertha'- L; . Smith . Va nd i Mr. : Charles E..:
;• V 3 •;gaan,;-V: The , cererpony ,. : was Impres<
slvely'. perf ormed by - Rev, ; J,: C. ; . Holland.' §
ARVONIA^CHURCH^-AFFAIRS;
Rests-nation of : Rey. W.: C, Foster--
WeH Knovrn ■ People "'. Discnsscd. ■■
, AEVONIA, • VA.,; January 12.~CSpecJaI.)
Rev. W. C. Fdster.'Lwho has resigned his
charge '*• in 'Buckingham, which consisted
of "three churches; leaves tb-rriorrbw, Tues
day, for Florida /.where he has i accepted
quite a: flattering I call.- Mr. Foster ■Is - a
fine" man arid I good; preacher," and: his^ de
parture is muchregret|ted. ; yMt. : ;Zjon > -one
of = the ; group of J churches mentioned, held
a meeting.; Sunday, and j appointed -a - com '
,mittee ; of three, composed \op Judge A. ; P.
: 'Cole, Messrs. '\ Leafce, ■ B6atwrlght, r ):i and
■Gpode, to : wait upon? the Arvonia: Baptist
church and petition its .congregatlonTto
uni te ; wi th them '"-■ in > ; forming ; a church
c field, so 1 that, they can thus, engage .the
services of; a good minister for "his full
:tinie,^ --;':. : ' , r
At ; the close of ..the' services at the : Ar
vonia Baptist church "yesterday, ; the pas"r
tor, Rev. C. ,:.P, Scott.': introduced ; Judge
cole and Mr/ Boa t wright. --The j udge. who
is a . deliberate, forcible speaker, ; made a
pleasing^; address, : iin- which he : stated^_the_
" importance Jofv the ;'slster;Churche3 :^fbrm--"
■ Ing; a ; ; union,'; .which should be , permanent. 1
He spoke : of the geographlcaj situation of
the Arvoriiachurch, imakjng; it; pracUcable
for .; one - pastor;, to • serve • the'- churches* &c
: cep tably. . - This Church ;' was V" given ; the'
power; to select a parsonagefpr jthe; pas-:
ton, ;thpugb ■ ilt- Zion has now, one within
; her^ borders- :In closing/:; Jud ge Sole said :
: ."This ■ plan -at -first .m ight. - not: ; worft
smoothly; "but ;.I V have seen :it tried- in:
Lebanon .District, and- time . will eventual 'f.
ly;prove it"tp be. the only -way scattered
churches -can 'hold ; good. Vpaetdrs?" and
; thrive, for -there ; is; strength i in; iinlty/t
- ■ Mr.- Boatwrjght, in a .few; well .chosen'
• words, emphasized - the importance of th{s
[movement; -.:' and -turning : ; to ; ? the r pastor, ;
: gracefully extended ' hiia ,: the"; call to ; Mt. :
;^ion!v RevyC." P.- Scott arobe and 1 thanked
; hiin' for ; the honor conferred. ; ;■ : • ?
\On account of the small ! attendance,;
which ; ; was ; qccasi6ned--by 4 the v inclement
: weather, ■ho ? action was ; taken by ;."; the
{■; There ■ will •' be '] a ? called V meeting,
at * Williams'^ Hall \ next ;. Sunday;^ 'morning, "';
at JO o'clock/ at .which : time Uhe': clerk
"ihe? church'-'.will "layi the question (before
attendaiice
ideslred;: .•:;■;;■ ; ■■-■ : : :'>;~^ ' ::y ~^':^':%^'"S : ■ tiS
. '■}■ Mrs. Wiley Wootten [ has been: called .to'
: Norfolk iby .the serious illness ; of \ her sis{
:. ter.-1-Mrs^r JJicks":^ Sortie 'time I' ago' 'h a .: can^i
cer 1 was removed U from ; the £ s JdeSof . '■ the
sufferer, "but- it only gaye • temporary re
lief. :;'V?.: ; :;■■;::.-•'■:■'. ■■-" ;■ ■ . . ' : \
'-[ ■ Mr. ; W. i G-.'"-; Edwards; is^lald up . with fa;
-dislocated-. shouldef.;;caused)by> »'the' ; kick ;
:frbma;gun," in shooting. " .
t ; Mrs.! Nannie 4 SnoddyTstill ; remains '■- qnita ;
;slck;at-h'errhome. 'w-pn?; ; .iC.':-iW-.'r:Ken=;'ls;
'a^ious have ;^er7go : to}lUcbßJOjid vfoiv
surgical -attention. , .' ■ '-" " - -
SQ.Mri ; H3jrvey/ Jolly Ibas entirely .'recoyeri
ed ;f rom \her; recent^ attacfci a©d ■
to her home in your city.
■*Mr: ;; Form tain } ■ ■ Leseur-.T remains '■ ilj .~l at"
Nawpbrt ; Ne ws. . S His Jjparehts : aQ d
'Qf^ryphla^are:w}th=bJm;^Dr;(C^W.>KeeJ;
has:been';calle3i^)con^ltlng : "physicianr' : rl
Stegar '-'has resigned ;his ':-. position i at \
MJv^Pitts* lef t'z Saturday • for
bis ;hoine in i Colurcbia.
- - " - " -Chathnin Tidbits.
- • ->■ . ' - -
1 1 CHATHAM, ;VAL, ' Januarjrjl3^fSp<|cfal ? ) ;
;?A^V€ryjfdeciaed ;; change Jn! the'£ tempera-^
f ture a took ; - place t Sunday I; night*
f than "S f ourihoufs 1 -" time / the mercury ' fell ;
> more 'than ;X0 degrees.
§1 Ernist|yyeattSjrt|ied|[at|;iMs £ homef njearj
|^i^iftle^s.'|atl*a^e^
Ivrasjliiftlea |Monday."-s-The ?. deceased Swas]
tonJiV 15; years old. Ills death was due to
Mr. F/ D." Watson ha? purchased the
dwelling of Mrs. John E, Christian, m
[feMri|^aiMjr^^|p;pan;fof;Tye^|^irerl:
[ lVa£z naye l; issued r invitations to the mar
frlage of their daughter^.Mi^^'cH^Cos^i
IteUa:: ; to Mr. J. Boy Cabell, of .FnUßklla*
Jjunttlbn?&T^^^
[ fbn'f th^OTornißsi' bt/Jsinu&To^X§Si^o§i
[ko. Jivw«r» «ltf wtir :tnt«rt^u«d irtthj
fan f oyster;- f»« I* MW W^'\tmmj
DII?HTHERIttfiJAWESC!IR
County Authorities Ito ; Cbedtj.iliejlH-1
neair-WlllUmibarff Qoaalp.
s^WILLIAMSBURG^^Ai^ January $ 12^
; presence m of-* maligniint*! diphtheria 2; near;
' fcightf ooti^ in /James j . City I county*^ has ? nq\
I abated, although ; i the -:; authorit{es hays
ajdopted J strihgeritimeasuresj to" checklth?.
I spread. ; of. -I the ; disease; tin \ the i familyi 01 <a '
Mwr.v Brunick -. one : death -has : occarred.tand
flvftl other 3 Iri^tHes6busa^ar»*ill;
Vwith rthfri-disease- t-Tfee -residence } Js jundftr;,
! strict S.auarantine^ aad i- is | closely _; guajH?,;
:ed.\'-' •• • - • "» ■■ - >
•i-: TwbTchildfen •; In ■ the of MrJ; J^l^l
vTrowig.r.in .the.' same neighborhood^ are fll;'
iju t-: theirs cases - have j vipt -■ been ; pronounced
: diphtheria * as ■ yet/J^i-yivV ;;-<;-:/&• -"• ; ; -./:- ; ikY : - ;vi- :
-As n there h was % some -<• misunderstanding
'about :■ the | existence "of a -Board \ df ,/pealih
: in: James - City; /Dr,l Paulus •Irvirig.i se«S
retary ; of I the \ State^board.i was 5 appealed
■ to.*s ana -: he \ has \ appoln ted K^V.^ Bter
phenson I to <represent^the estate -/iboardr
iDr.f IrvJng.ilinihis I letter.; of s appointment,"
"says:;.',-Quararitlnel alii houses;, and •■ house.-:
,holds.i and? do jwhat "is inecessary Up :pro
.tocti'tbe'^public.'- 1 "
:. ; Dr. Stepherison" has on I hand j aTejuantity.
iot> ariti-tosihe, ? and - ; is using it on; the I sick
xbildren^.;^;^/:-./;;" :;^'^r--/v/ ;■-':-;>->' /;^/ {*•"; :^M
-'. : Shenandoah Brides. :.
% T^ooßsrock, ■■•^A)^Janu>nr'".ii^(Spe^
cial.)— Miss .Clara A. /Copp, j'i daughter of
Mr>^and : Mrs,; Philip! Cop'p;t of ISaumsviUe, 1
andvMr;rCcarles"E^,Tapley/^of'\She|bsV
0., were \ quietly; married U}n s SauinsvillQ
on^Sa^u^ay^eve^ngiby^el/J^/];^!:^;
Rhode's", ~i pastor > of , the / Christian /; chtirchl
Mr.-;,Taple"y- ; holds | a '•: 'reaponsible'.rpbsltlon'
with /the;Shelby^Tm Cqmpany.fof Shejby,';
O.,*:.where they r: will/ make ; their v home. ; :
Miss ; Laura E."; RichmanV Cdaughter .of
Mrs. : Margaret " Richmah, and ; .Mr. Ilomer
M.> Riiiehart, /of ißlnkertoni were ■married
Sunday ' evening/ at the; Lv theran J parsonr
age": in ;• ML - Jackson by /the} Rev- E. Ia
Folk,, pastor. ,;' / '■ .; " ? i";. ■:••':' ■'■ -/V.. ; : /.-■.;"
■ . Hon. J. A. Bristow 111. ;
• gloucesterl "court|i6ube, ;
January: 12.— (Special-^r-Honi^J.: A."Bris
tow., fornier member of the;_Canstitutional
Convention - : from 'Middlesex /'and -Essex,
has been /sick - for /some time at ; his home
kt-Storrnorit,:.near.' : >liddieseat. .* i ,;.
■ He -.was * thought'; to /be .* Improving until
torday^ iTornight | he ' is much worse, \ and
there is little hope bf^hls recovery. " , '■";'
jXWILLBENEFiT THE SOUTH,
Governor Has High Hopes of Forth
' cdmlnfir r Eclncati6rial ; Conference.
Gov-ernorMonta&we has returned to the
city, ;-af ter'i spending three days* iri/New
York, where he went to . attend j;the -iban^
ijuet of the/ Southern "v Educational 'Asso
ciation. \- The Governor = Is personally
iriuch - interested In this worjj, ; and be .- de-j
scribed :the banquet :aa at.mostf brilliant
affair/? some" of the most prominent ■ edu
catianallsts in the country. being gatnerea
about the board. The ; confreence which
will be ;held /here,': the s Governor ; thinks,
.'will be of great ibeneflt- to .the South. I,
COLORED. DRIVER DROPS DEAD.
Expired In a Smithy Whilo Hia
Homm Wcre.Bclng.Shod,. „••-..-,.
Peter { Clayton, a ; colored driver, died
suddenly H yesterday "% morning ■ about 0
o'clock '•: in the . blacksmith ; shop ; of I G, &
Trainum, at .720 east Cary street, " of con
gestion of the lungs; ;: : - ;
; Clayton' went to the' ''shop to have ;
his; mules shod, and died^whilas the, black-;
smith .;.' was at . work. ■ : He - was .stricken;
suddenly,' ■ and : died " twp ; minutes .af ter-^
wards; ■' Th c! ambulance : was ; called;' ;= bbu r
he"died before | medical % aid \ aiTivedi- : The
coroner; viewed .% the ; body, " ; ; an d -as > "death ■
wa s ; due | to ' v- natural \ causes he deemed ao :
Jnquest^unnecessary.'v"': ' } : -■;•-: : ; : ; • -"' : ; . .-'o
was- a" tnafried man and ijjved
at 1&06 West ; Xidgh street. - Thb' bpdy jv&s
turned over to his family.- • . "- -■■'■ y
.:■■::. Schooner Cousins Ashoro. "
CITY, ; N.VJ., , January "l 2.-
The schooner.: Harold : -B.' Cousins.
cola for Boston,, lumber-laden, -is^ashore
at Townsend'Jnlet, "and -leaking; badly.'
She became stranded because | of. a- : disa
bled rudder. The? revenue r cu tter '■■■-. Onon
daga will stand \ by 1 the/schooner,-', to-night;
and attempt to 'float her to-morrow.
CITY BANK ELECTSSOFFICERS;
Annaal- Sleetins: ; of Stodiholdcrs
Was Heia Yesterday.; •
■ The annual meeting of the stockholders
of, the i City" Bank of Richmond was'held
yesterday;: at .11 o'clock. There ; was quite
a : ; good 1 attendance. ' The .annual - repprt
was ; read; and iitT; showed^ the bank; to be in'
a -m6st r prosperous; condition^^ All the;offi
cers : and directors i were" ; re-elected.'i They
are. Mr.oWilliam-^iPalmer.v president;
Mr.vE. B. Addison. vice-president; ••Mr;
J. W. Sin toh;'i cashier. -/ Directors,^ Messrs;
B. B. Addißon, r James H. .Anderson,"
James , N.> Bpyd.. : I. 'D. . Cardozo:; S/^H^
Hawes, : A: •' I/. Holladay. William Josiah
Leaked E. - T: / D:: Myers, : H."
Palmer. S. . \V. ; Travers.' W. ; R> Trigg," B.
:B.' Valentine. ' '- r " ;' : .: ;
-Police Court ; Cases. , :
. : Janies C. Christian (colored) was .fined
?Jo:foV^ striking ;FollyAChrist}an.v: his ; wife^
■ R. C. Thomas ' w^s ,put ' under boo4; for
sixty '■: days for, b§ing druhli." ; /. "-.
; John ":.W. Jones 7wa s '; treated : : the game
way ' f or--being7drunk ; and "disorderly. - . , •
r . Kate Turjaejr " (colored) hit Thomas ' A. .
-Raynor -witu :a- bptUfe; ; and -wa^.' fined
$10- ' - •
'-Robert "^Wilkerspn, allaij Johnson, was
sent 'to"; Jail :fof ; tour -- "months' 9-nd Stxneet
$25 ? on * the', cijatrge ;bf j shpoting ;at" r James
,'.C. i^i^hTl^ian^ana^for^eOT^^fwnc^le^'
iweapons. '.;■;'■: -:";-: : ;v: "4 -'■: - :t 1 ~.~
."•Josh " Henderson ' (colored) J was ~\ fined " 510
for'i;being^ruiik :ahd^"disorderly^on-'.-.the,
stfeet;and r assaulting/Ji»liat ßrown. ; - '■% ■;" :•,; r^
oriVsecurity.. f or; beftis-Tdranli ,"pn ; theTstreetTj
and] seven ' other -nesroes
were feach> fined $2.So'2nd-ebstSiior"shpot-;
ingVcraps'Vip "'^the ; rear e of- No. . 5U : east
; Marshall 'Street/^j^ ;'> J: - : ?-'v' t-'il^.?vJ''"'' L ;
Emmetti! Crump ;.was- charged ;, with ■ ' oe- ]
Angji£^mkn^6fl^isw^'-.m\nd;l&n6\&)<xtai'.
missjpn'rdf /Jiinacy was r ordered. ' : ' "•
•'-■f;Jdhn ; 'C^3^cV;.'and ? .B.^era^. : wtfe.;fin^:
$2.£0 each i l or :[: [ rocks
ißutlerv r .--- : ; 'f ; ;. '^7^-~ ;^v=: : :^~~:D~'I: : ;: ~--VH~''-''
i? Otway;- Sampson.- (colored) Vwas) charged •
siGifTHEiiiii
. If You WUI, But That. ;
•_ Drnnkenneas ■la a^dlsedse ard Ji so reco^
j Dizftd f by^ the j medical fprpieailon.'f4Ths i dls«asr-l'
; condition y of = : this s orsana jof sthe a body land i tb« ■
jiabooanalS state Sbfst&e ?nerf:e»vof 5 tie
I demand i more? than ? wiU-iKj-wer ! to 'effect' avcare.*'
v/.'oßßlME'.»;i. will f poaltirely £ destroy^ all T ~ crav- »
r; Ing; and | cieslre I for.; liquor. ,&,Tlilb i nem«ftr jls j pnv !
; pared soh : well-known ;. medical principles aisd 1$
l IXOOBSED«ByATHE TV. |Cg T.^ V.,^ ?hmii\-i
f teifSdtrgrmev, r^physlclana.^ pabUc g jjien s an J \
\ temperance -/soctetles^t^'OaainEtf Js »; ta9t"ele*»,"J
! odorless ) and | colorless ; and \ eotlrelyl vttnont i h*-l I
? effrct.'tv; and 8 can ,* b* p jriTen >*TriTraOOT. ! r'" Tn J \
1. tea « or leoff^Ti la f fact,'!- ! t ; tones ; op i tho : <liaea»Nl ■
i.'Ktoo>aeJi r and =rlrei ; avh«arty.? aM*rUt#i«Dd Vpy>J I
1 digestlnn^i:" Steady si'acrrc* « f aaa - asrxnal esewidl-*
> t lons I soon Sf ollorr : lta ? S*rS and ITHB f CKAVISTO *
tFOB-fUQrjOR?KBVEasEETDBNB.-4Wersuat.f
?aoteej;tbei|aboye;acd|-tr3l- . ->W^^
!if^OSßl^^^ian3|to^dc^y,#lf4ei!»ffo^
t IJqaqc. 1 * Sealed 1 booklet ■; mailed '. free -on * rtnjWitM
§* ThcmM»'4r.inoT>khj«,:Past Commatwiot?or>t!i«^
(C^4;^.B-t^W««Wa«t«;X'l>-T'C^'«^*w;**J?W»»"]
j'fiwnlsfnveßttgatJpnißMjproTeift to rme; that^"Olt^ v
|Knre^ enre* | the * Banori MWt^i I ithlnlci ansi&i
* t^inpe.rapcoJoriraniHrtlftn* '. countiyi ebottW I
■ &ko i lt , r.-?_'.Trr. : Vrfriyr *" t-'J-"-';^ • i,v< - <--■ --; ? -..v.-
J-OU* 3&W4ffcCOUr»AJI ;<TO.,
'Vz^4' •hSit^^^
Infants and ;Cnildfen— -Experience Against : 'EiperimeßW ! -; - 'zl^k
Castoria is a .harmless sttbstitnte for ' Castor. 6u,-Fai*»'--"fc.^Ji't
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It* - t r. : l
A contains neitlier Op imn, Morphine nor other Nar<w^k^-^1
substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms yi
? and allays Feverisliuess. I^t^resiDiau^raa'a^d^ i^WJ!n«l Jf lp^
~ Colic. It relieTes Teething Troubles, cures ConirtlpaUoa/^ . J^j
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the' ||i
;;cSton^hj and yßbwjds, /giving ; he^
.": The .Children's Panacea— The Mother's Friend. .•)
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ;M
Tie KM You Have Alwaysßougit i
In Use For Over 30 Years. •;
_ ;. ■; ;..-";. ■;.-- thcccntauh company, tt MUMuvimer, Ntw Yom «rr« , . £
with threatening to shoot Etta Fenn. but
the case was dismissed upon the payment
of-costs. : ; ; ::: :■ ' v : ; ' •■ :■"--•-/' : - ; '; r; ~- ;: .;/;
/Frank Randolph (colored) was sent .to
the J grand/ Jury ; for. assaulting Buck
Bonney ; and taking J2-50 from him: He
was'i'also put "under bond -for
months. :. . ; - . ,>' " ' '.
"Strongest in the World;" •
The Equitable Life
A' : ''cc?f'f^~£}ti/^f* : -^fii/^i&f-V''f%M^'f : hf* TJ
-.: /loo lii Ctllw v *Jl/vlvlr I/li-Ulv; v» w«*
FRANK \V. DANNER, General A^ent
For Richmond and North Carolina,' /. \ %
announces the removal of his office to .
NO. 1118 EAST MAIN STREET,
northwest corner Main and Twelfth^ where 'poHcy»h<?tdcr!l and
friends are heartily welcome. '
Carriage Heaters
'-•v Make driving -the coldest days a . . ' " ' ; :^:
•"-.'...; real pleasure. r<o co'ciSfest. -.''.
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-A beautiful lot at reduced".
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: i Wi i We make a specialty of thi§ lint,
.' "; > : ••". " ■"". -'■"'.■■ and carry a large" variety. •
A. B, CLARKE & SON HARDWARE |H
1215 Main Street New Store;
e.ISIKTON.I President. ■ ':'.:- " " ■ "r ' ' E»tiWtai«4VitJMt^
,»;'h: G"WATHNTY t 'vViT&-Presi4eat. '■'-'^ :'>:\'-*--.- v ; ;l9Wp«r»t«d[|^*^
3A3££p-j;STJ'i:TO7I,' Secretary. ' - -*- " ;
THE WATT PLOW COMPANY. INC.,
!452 Franklin Slraet. WM
- :::PR*MCH: 1404 MAIM STREET,
: Manufacturers* Jobbsrs, and Ritiilirs of
•-Plows;-- Plow : : Castinfs, r sad Balling Presses, >Jsngines,;3B»w; *UlW(«s4 U»WsWaii
:■•* •-. •--'•- ; : ■ ■■-: />" Machines- Always i in" Stock. , . .
• ' COSBESPOJJDSNCE SOUCIXEO. . '
en A White Girls to Make #
-- vIiCiUUIS dllu vlgalS*
LCallltlo I <**H "iiilw Dwlll£, idu^iiu ■
Twenty-third and Cary Sts, 9 Richmonßi'iya;^>!^
-. ■* 2. _:
■i Joe ; Morris '%. {colored) V"a 3 ? pvt HtWdi»^|
twelve ; months' security on '; tc# ' Oh*m : Of
carry in« i awaT/ia^platol \ valuied fat I Jt^^fSH
lowln?. to W/T., Rogers. . , -
v Georse^ Stevens^;' charged ;:(wltb; v |etafllßfrg
and abuainsr and destroying: I th» 'cJotMn« ~
of Isabella ■ Stevens, • had : hla c*a» icoifc^ll
Untied ' to the lsth.' '

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