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CAKOLUTAJS I/EGISLATCIID TE - S
TKROAr FAILED TO BREAK '
■■' . - THE DEADLOCK, '
VOTES WERE
democrats Made no "Xaminstlonj'ttie'
nepablfckaa Pritdiard—
Important Bills Introdnced—Somc
Fierce TVeather.
EALEIGH, Jy. C.;-;? January '-. 2O.~.(Spc^
dal.)~Both- "houses :. of^tho^ Lftgislalure
i ook one ballot at noon tor 6enator.' The
Democrats scattered votesi for "prominent
mea all oyer. the. Stateand th*e Republl
c«is voi«d ■ for Pritchard,^ who was nbmi
::£ied Jn the Senate > by ; Marshall," Tpf -
? nd ln • the House by Freeman,
fi^Hendereon, and Owens."o£ . : Sampson.
ahe D-emocrats made ~no "nomination:
Amongthe Democrats receiving the high
est number of votes in;the Senate were
s s fol lows: . W. v A. ■ Hoke and J J. ; Ai ■ Locu-
Jiart, S: C.::8.-yratson. 3rL.S. Overman,"
<; J. S. Carr.."3;'-= E. F. Aydlett, W. >D.
Prufier.,v,T.- vW.;: Mason;.- W. H.' r Lucas,;
Lockt E.. Craig, and -many, others", one;
"vote each.' . ■ ";•;. -":■■. ,~~\-~- --.-:. ■■■-.. -,-rj. .-
In the House the leading: 'votes -were
«s follows: C. B. Ayc"ock, 4;' C. B.:Wat-
Ron, €; Overman, S: Craig. I:~ Alexander,
*; Carr, 2; G. H.. Brown, -3; >Hoke, -4:
.T. - A. Lockhart, 5: F. D." Winston, 4;
Jacob B&ttle.- 4; -i. J.i'Alvis Walker. 4.
More' than twenty others received from
■one*to"two'~votes.'-:- -~" :-: .. • - -r- ; ; :;-";."
There .was a conference cf Democratic
3 »ad trs this - morning, -vat which •it was
bedded tliat members -should cast votes
for sonre_prominent man rin their distnc v
V .-* BILLS. rSTTRODUCED.' • i
: "nie bills '. lntroduced "- in" the ' Senate were
as.:* follows: » ~ To ."" make* drunkenness, a
misaemeaaor; to. reduce" the ' Governor's
ealary.---'""'-'''-' '; : ; *-■-■■-:-' ■-.■• ;-•■•: ■■ : ---.^:'^
L A . bill, allowing, all .divorced persons' '*o
rtmarry was made a special order for
to-morrow week; .'';"•-':. " ;;
, The-bllls introduced in" the House wero
as .follows: ■ ToNprotect, timber' dealers j
to establish aa industrial school at Golds
boro"..■'■'•'.,',--■ ■ -i; ::.' : ' ~ . . -".:":J-
The bill allowing additional clerical
Hssistance to 'the ' Insurance" Commts
siower and appropriating $2,000. for" that
purpose,:: was so fiercely ; fought; that-it
went over -under motion to : postpone. ',.'
The : Legislature .will vote •? for United
States senator «ach "day until; the-Demo
cratic I caucus- aETces upon - its': candidate.
The:. Weather- Bureau made a'had-jnis
iake in: forecasting to-day's weather." -It
said: fair,- -with' rapidly, 4 rising: tempera
.uire. In fact hail- began at midnight and
yy morning " every thing rwas 'glazed with
fclett, the temperature being at the freez
ting point.. ;. Nearly.'all :the horsessln IJie
)ilty had to.be rough shod. A member. of
ithe Legislature said, "This Is real legis
sative .weather.V,;.. :; i. "/■ ,^ . ■ "
\ THE GOLD-BRICK CASE. . ,
! Attbrney-Gvneral Gilmer returned to
«3ay from Washington. .. He % went " there
to -appear for* the State in the "gold
brick" case. This is the case in which
two .con-iicts . now . in the penitentiary
3iere sue to g*ct out, on the ground that
the . ga'dibricli business, is "interstate
commerce." ■ ""■■■ ' '". ■ v '-r:;v
It is ' quits evident that there is going
to be a'■ great fight on - the liquor : bill
before the ; Legislature.- Thero are ■; this
early signs of a lobby. - :
.SENATORIAL .ASPIRANTS BUST.:; .
The day was a busy one with the eeiiK
iorial aspirants and their workers.. 'All
of the legislators returned to-day, after
three" days*: rest.; and: so did all the' old
■svorkers, • with sonr^ recruits. :Craig.de
clares- he is in the contest to the end.
His contention "is "that" the senatorship
ought to go to the, mountain rcslon of
f.he State It is evident that Watson
feels sure he wilLwin. ■ ; ;
, CHARTERS GRANTED. V. .
A charter is -granted -the Pamlico "BncK
nnd Tile. Company, of Washington; capi
tal .■$100,000;.* W. - A. 'Blount and: others
Mockholders. The Appalachian Fine Art
Company, of Asheville; to the Twentletli
Century -Manufacturing Company, of
Asheville— to make artificial "stone lor
concrete blocks. Capkal S^Oiv. ;■-:
' The report for December weather in.
North Carolina, issued to-day, says the
mean temperature : for r the v Statc was : 41.S
degrees, which - is half a degree - under
'.lie. normal. „Tlre.h ighest was 50. at. South
por:; the lowest 32, at Llnville. On tho
>Sth zero was recorded- at Limillc. Tho
rainfall* was S.S7 inches, which is normal.
At Cranberry ■ there-, was three inches of
snow. - The • report . says prospects arc
srood for -winter- wheat oab. ; .';:
The -Red Men's bazaar, being- held hero
this week, is very /elaborate. -The open r
Jng address was made last night by Ad-
B. L. Royster. past grand
nisster of the Grand Lodgeof Masons.: _
; UNION L/iiPOT BILL. : >$
,This afternoon. the legislative Commit
tee on 'Railways gave". v final -hearing -on
the bill introduced by Mr.--. Fuller.. :pt
Durham, to give, the Corporation :Coni
inission power to force railways to build
•union^passenger stations Jn towns ■ where
tjiere are " two or more railways. J. :S.
Manning and: J. C. Biggs, of Durham;
ppokv in support : of the bill, ■ and • General
Manager ; Kenlv, of the Atlantic-Coaet
Line, -against it The committee tied— .
7 to .T— and will report . the bill without
prejudice.'. .■ ' : . ' ' . ; : r V..i
OLD SOLmERS TALK OF LEE.
'■&. Xotable Gatherlna: of Veteran* at
•'"--; ; \Veldon.
TTELrJONi N. C.< January 20.— (Special.)
The anniversary of the birthday of the
immortal chieftain, the brave and galf
Jant ; Robert; Edward I*.e,j was most' hap
pily, celebrated at the residence of * Mrs.;
Ida Wilkins Monday night, the 10th. ;y; y \.\
The- celebration was iu -charge of thf.
aople women here who forar the Junius
panieJ Chapter of: the .: United Daughters
of theXonfederacy. and the occasion was
one'of pleasure and profit to all who were
present. «. >.. ". . r '.. . ;; %
The decorations were .tasteful - and -ap
propriate.; The - of \ the chapter
were presided : over -by : Mrs. W." H;: S.
BurgwjTJ, president, and Mrs. Ida "VV* l "
liihs. who; is "always. "enthusiastic in tne
ljstofy:of,'the"LpstfCause.t". '' -' ■: ' ••'.'/-.
'The *■ first speaker of -tlie evening ■" was'
Colonel "W. IH.l H. S. Burgrs^-n, who most
eloqueutJy told- of Ihe.lifo and ' character
FOODTS.DnCGS.
A Drag Man)* Wisdom That Counts.
* It's a Elircsv-fl man ■who. while ln--the
tiriis business. 1 learns that although' drugs
j»re a» right- in • their .; place! : the tise^of
proper food-will mate iticaiciDe' unnccfe-
F-ary in ; the majority of cases. - : "4 V*
*i ihrotigh variocs ;r; r lowus,"
I ■'vrltf's ; a ;, drug salesman fr^m • Lancaster,
KaS " "ariiilrfnc different} waters io jiwhjch
I' tv-as'tiot accustoroea." eating^ etransol^
, prepares meals at .; irregular:; hours. ' : -i- 1
contracted dyspepsia, . accornpahied l '* by
Tjen-ouEncEs. ■ loss ::'ot : sleep ; and : ' conse
quently loss of, ene'r^;- ; I. often had- thd
"rlyes.* that inacscriba'biy .•: fugh"; feeling
■srhich makes one look on the dark side r 6f
. *!vcrv ; picture.; (and see the shadows of life
- ; rather " than the substance. * imagine the
; thousand calamities^ that rTreiSi 1 never:" in
V existence and: so render, life"'.aTniostfun
. -Ihe Circumstances' wrould have; resorted to
stimulation' fronv drugs ; or ; . liquor; J: -; '
' "I happened to read an arUcle'on Grape- J
Xuts^bout a case similar' to my own, and
;•': flutcrrninedVto .■•'givoUlie'v food .a; trial. -It
' ;:gre6d; vvithnie. from ,'tiicistiu*t,VaiVd the
miserable distress tha t usually.' c:une uf ier ;
eatirigFdldr not i mansfclst?;ltselfjTwhehT : l
«to Grape-Kuts/ I'askcd; fgr-tliis'fdod at
" every hotel fat which . I ; btopped. and .made
it thenprJncipalwpart^of/thciincai;; M^;
stomachrsoon gbt so that I could:eat anyj
ldnd- of ; rjchr food in '•:■ ■connection ; with'
Grape-Xuts without 'it distressing Jue.'
- My dyspepslafand' "r.fcryou.srieEs disappear
<•£ ■ and 11 felooMO * bright fa tid : happy." once
more i^ainjv now happy,
" andiaW^ Wlwork -^?IPU«t:OUtJof Uhe 24;
andean e!«p like' a\healthy child the
: other ilsbt'hour*. ' •/ ■
4 'My: family) soon'^rwf^^ushy.cemu^i
;./ it^^o»iJwy^J|*Sg-.
; ; : .' r -- ■ * ■"■ "/. • -...- — 11 •.^
V THE FAMOUS LITTLE PlltS.^ •!
I For quick relief, from Biliousness, I
|- ; Sick Headache,/Tprpld Uvtr; ilaiun^ ; I
I Dff2iness, and all troijbles aris- ' I
I ij }Z from-an inactive or slugelsh liver, I
■ rP^ttVUtU^E&yWMrs^re^^l
I : -. equalled. ;; ;" ■' 7 : ', : '• '■•;ycTs:?~:; ycT$:?~: ■;?■ ': : :Ki^. l
I:::I ':':: and neyergripe^ l
I 'THay'are^so qainty 'thai 'itlsa^leasure^l
I"';*?. * ak^ them. , Onej-to/two^wt^ji"::
I I^^-! aza^*ci ■;two : -or fow-act «^as
I are; purely vegetable; arid (absoluteiy f
I ; harmless.. ; Tbeyjonld tKellyor.^'^
I ■ , -.• ; ;-:-. : : fEEPAXED ONIV *Y/~^ii -^. >"/!
1-E. C. D©Witt & Cb./Cfclc^o'';
.of the'man, whose memory tho Southland
delightsV to honor. . Colon ej % Burgvwn^ ip
th e i course lof ; hi s remarks",- fstate^ it tb. at
North"; Carolina: furnished troops *
arid; of : that >ast; riumber, ?: he j ad(?edy -.Jtwe
have right- here. withTus to-night the vefy
first- man: in : the: State ,- to 'volunteer,: his
services-rMa jor Thomas L." > Emry/' - " J?^
, : The / latter .was ca ned -. for, ;, but ihe sdid
he was not a speaker, -and \ would \ be \ k'ftd
to, hear, from a brother .veteran/ -"ifseQ
before me,"' he. Eaid;^''Mf.);P/^N. ; ;Stain-;
backJ' Mr." Stalnback • responded In < His
usual happy and apt; style."; " : - 5 ■■ ~$ Vi; r^
• . a firFa-t durhal? I
Store of Lee Rogers, on Cbapei : niU
''■'■ ...;' ■; -Street,* pc«troyedrt-*='.'V' :^^'"
DURHAM. N. C., January. 2o7— (Special.)
A fire occurred here last"; jiight -fat "ll
o'clock in the' store of . Leek Rogers.'.bn
: Chapel ■•-. :; Hill .. street. -".le".-. insurance'
amounts to $1,000 : on the? building,, and
53.000 on the .stock.' ; The: "following: com
panies "are interested : |3N lagara/.'51.000, { on
building; the Greenwich,' Firemen's! Fund;
and .Virginia -' State, : 51.0JX) "'each Von^the
stock. The loss is" "estimated r to'bft";totai.
No one has been able to give an
of the 1 origin 1 of the'fire, "and It, Is 'supposed
to have-been dueTeither to \ an •.incendiary
or 2. defective flue. '.V- V-.; :^ '•"■' : <-S
■ A Fniitl eis , Caacnsv 'i :.-'-
RALEIGH. N. 'C," January^2o.— (Spe
cial.)— To-night's Democratic
caucus ;; was as resultless ; ! as * thjs": formfer.
ones, except; ihat ,-■ the increased' vote i for
Craig continues the deadlock. v^TWe
'Alexander- supporters* are "interested"/^!n
continuing' -the- 1 deadlock, ' aiidi- f our. of
them threw their votes to "each" of: the
oth'ir aspirants. '<".:. .- "■"'-■' '"*~ : ":' ''-■-"-
In the thirty-fifth, and last,* ballbt. they
brought up Craig's .vote to thirty-four—
four more than ever before.""" »v ".rr .- -v-
It is: said "that air this is in' ,tho .interest
of .Frank I- C% borne. Thjs' adjournment
was on'motion of an Overmai^' supporter.
CHILD BURNED TO ;DEATH.
Little Brother and Heraelf Started
.-"' "' ' a: Fire in.tlie*Wottd*i-.'"'.; ; _.-;'■;
, Three-year-old Elsie PaEsadasi daugh
ter • of Mr. and Mrs. - : Adam Passadag, bf
Highland Springs, was fatally.- " burned
Monday/ The little sufferer ; "died ,;;. tho
same night, d espite " the efforts ' of • phy
sicians, who , did -; e\-erything ; possible to
save the; child's ; life. ,;' T- -;:'■*.•-:. _' '7
." The: little girl., with her, brother, had
gone into the woods and a.; fire;
In -some way. her dress/, caught." \ Her
screams attracted , the > "attention"; " of , ■ the
other members of . the - hbusebpld; -, and
whfen discovered, e'he was a:seethlpg mass
of flames. She ran to-the.house T and"her
parents with. '.difficulty i -"succeeded Jin ex
tinguishing Hhe fire. J ' •'. ■' i.'- 1 -^* . T-
. Shot at ; Xcgro Five Tlracs. ' .
: Mr. Loth, who lives' at -7%' East Marshall
street* repoorted to "the pblfce: yesterday,
morning" that: the n'gh't beforbe} he- found
a negro in his house about -ll : : o'clock.' p
Mr. Loth ! said" he went; home abo'ut^ that
time and when he opened the front door
the negro was' in : the , Vestibule/ ;As; he
opened tho "door tne negro :grasped : him
and held him until he i could'; getf. out. ■ :•"*■;
Mr. Loth followed; to the : street 'arid
sliot at" the negro times with 'llls; re
volver.' : Th"e negro escaped unhurt V ,' , ,
' Fire in Slide"'. Slipjj.. :;':: ;': ■' -•>*
Tho shoe' shop', of Isaac; , Stein, ""at
Eighteenth and Broad streets, : caughtlflre
yesterday morning about 10 [o'clock ' from
an "overheated stove'pipaTjrvckrcbnipanjr
No. 2 was called out and put tho fire; oi^t
without any trouble. : Thls|was]the*samo
house that was demolished several months
ago by: a trolley car that -; ran faway
coming down the East Broad , street hill;
; Xittle Jacoli Want' Found. ' !
•After" sis months -of unexplained ab
sence, Jacob Want, aged .. twelve, v'of
Richmond.. . turns up i• in New:- "York;"
wlienec word came to the parents •yestej's:
day^that their son was in. the' hospital. of
ths society for the Prevention "of Cruelty
to Children^ ■'■- '■■'■■■.- ■■■■ • '■■■"*' ■• !< - V ,*'■s?]
The lad is a son of Mr. and M^a-iXcwla
Want.:Np. ISIS East Main street. ■'-'■ ■ ■ v,
In July little Jake, with" $I.so': in fhia
pocket, went to 'Norfolk^ as; a r§t6waway. ;
on an. Old Dominion boat. :>,Therice?-r he,
managed ito make the water trip^f to j Kcw.
York,': where he; was -taken* .sick
placed in ! a hospital. He will be* brought
back to' Richmond- " .-"-'/
v -WLtON NOTES'^- /
Mr! and 'Mrs. Charles H- savo'a
reception. Monday night at, No /701 Stat6;
street, in hbriorj of .their soh's -^Infiteentji-'
. birthdayl The affair 'was ;. thoroughly! en-
: joyed 'by the large number .jsili invited,
giiests!^^^^ Among " .^ose , 'preseqt-J-; Vere::
Misses Hittie Leonard. Maud^Duke.Tßpsa"
Jordan.- SuEieChildress, ""Bessie* ; Black,';
Eva Wrehn^' Tlllie " Leonard,"'" Nettie . Seal, : ■
Annie' Ku'ester; ' lrene Smith aid; 1.4a -May,
Smith " '' and '■ Messrs. . Leroy : Smith^Wlllie
Chlldrfies, .'Charles Smith, Charles :Chil-'
dres's; Ernest Birch and Felix Smith.^.:-#*
A -slight fire Sunday evaningjlaboutr*7;
o'clock" at the residence "of MrsXMpn'roe
Wade,' who : ; lives :; in V ariha':> about , five •
> miles' below i the " cit>-.' caused ,^some; little =
excitement' ln iheir. family. - :-The.blaze.wa^
located on tho" roof and soon: estinguished.,
'wltlJ.a : - v fewTb"uckks'" : or;^leo.^tti|butJ
little'damage ,tb; the 'dwelling. ?^ ; .^ : >^ ? " ;
-Fulton" Conclave; No.; ;Ss^ Knights £ of ;
Damon: met last riight in Nelsen's^laU.y^
Powhataii Lodge-; No. r 1940; Knigbta^ of
Hwor/.met^^Jt'^ghtlniN^n'lJHllfAtoj
O SSteponf e Tribo of Red Men meet's toj
night in Nelsen's Hall. %■ v-^ :^V_j- -'f-h--
:" The. "Diligent^ Workers?.^of ; th^Failton;
ißaptist ; met^last ;jiigh^ln^the.
l future-room' of : the^burch. 1 -.■■• ; -*?■ .-. -./- -^ -_
'^llss Bernice Ballard^wbo rwas : called;
tPSttSS last .weekly; thel
Relative; -returned -to^er.bpm* in £0%
"Laurel- Springs? ; by .'illness- ,.% . - ■r&.j^yi;
SOUTH^WESTEND BRIEFS,
- Mrs. R. /L. Duiistanj .who was operated j
on at - the ■■■: Retreat: for^thej Si«k!i seyeral|
weeks ■ ago; : has beenlimproying^sqirapia-y
ly tliattshe was reihoyed to'her hpnie^
south Fine htrcct. ,
Miss • Emmie Johnson,- daughter iOCj,Dr.|
Henry E. John sohj"- left ; for :-WashingtOiV
!■' last"; Monday", sho ■ will " speiid_^
month v.ith her sister,.
' t -Willie Dyer. who. has. been : quJtis'UhwiUi
v improylnrri|»W|yi^^g
THE mGH^^^
oJ AIIHUUU dlll UP.
SE3f ATORf ftIJAT." TRIES - : I Jf^ V 4iV *TO
; HAVE DAY FECED i FOR VOTE. '
"• i - ■ »■-.■:
LIE PASSED IN THE HOUSE/
It Comes, HoTre ver, ; from a Stylf iUy
Woman In the Gallery—
„ Philippine :,-- v .- .; Colnaff e ' ' Measure—;
\; Alaika^ Bo^darirjjt.liie; Dispute/- '
I WASHINGTON; D.'c, January 20.-The
I ecutive, and judicial" appropriation 'bill.
■When : ; the. .statehood;! biU^^ was^^takeni;Up^
.Mr.-iCluay, demanded .an ;!, immediate: ypte,
■ coupling! hisTdeinand; with iVthjaTstatement
that : he^did not c?ire ■'whether . any.?sena-,
' tors -desired : to", speak *on t the subject or
not. The bill, 1 he said, "; was being [wilfully
obstructed :b'y discussibriW ::v ?^ :H ' - ;' ;
»': Mr. ; : Beveridg'e . this, and r then
discussed the ■ measure," .opposing state-,
hood -. for Oklahoma, : Arizona, ; and r New
Mexico. " Upon the : '.^conclusion V of " his:fe
markE,: Jlr. : Quay submitted a number; of
' proposltioxis for the fixing of a. day ; when
a."-; vote* "'could be -taken; /but to "all -such
Mr. Beyeridge objected. ' ,- ,
•Senator in -opposi
tion "to 'the" .b'llV'an'd ; ■ at , the of
Ijis" remark's > the ; Senate' y^nt into"' execu
tive session! :\V- „*"• ; ■ V:' : ' :' ;: . - ;
.-> At 4:45 .the- Senai«" adjourned until to
morrow. * ~ . ' " ~~ '
'j'f ALASKA" BOUNDARY DISPUTED -V
„ ;The , House to-day passed the : . District
:of Columbia'- appropriation bill,'' and sub
sequently topk up .'trie 'consideration :of
- the Philippine' -coinage, bill. The ;' general
. debate : upon/the District bill ; was largely
devoted; to la discussion .of .the* Alaska
; boundary line . dispute. - :Mr.r Cochran.'bf
Missouri, .; precipitated ':• : the' 3 issues by :' de-* :
nouiicing as ' a v "cowardly ■" surrender" '■'■ tue
"cburseTof ;the"State"Department;'i:::;. ;
"TMr.v Hepburn,; of- lowa,' ■; took up ..'the
/Challenge; and ; countered . with the charge
•that . Democratic ladmiriistrations \ had \ sur
rendered/ the: territory latitudes
4i' and : 54.40, and 5 also "tha Republic of
Texas/ •! .:.'■<■_ /. [J :--. . :'^:_'/ .- - '.;.^;y- ''-"'... ■ '.--
s "Th"at was in the period of our ■ weak-
Tiess," replied Mr. : Cochran, ; "when .fear
of .the- result of war with:; Englan d: bore
.heavily upon pubh'c'm_en. :Now, mV the
time "of -qur'strehgth, "we "supinely permit
another. land-grab by the '"■ same land
grabbing country." - r . : .
~ ALLEGED DEMOCRATIC SURREN-*:.
..; i __ " . DER. % - -
..Mr. Hepburn, replying to Mr. Cochrnn,
.went back, again;, tp";the* history ":'bf : the
.'•Democratic surrender" of .Oregon/
"Was not ' Daniel Webster. Secretary of
State when -the : negotiations f or.- the;;.'sur
render'-" were arranged, .' and '.,'. had not- a
.Whigradministration .succeeded;, owing to
the! death: of la- Democratic .President?"
asked^Mr. Cochran. '"",•-* « ;
.:'"" James Buchanan:" negotiated the trea
ty," said }Mr. :■• Hepburn. .''Mr; Polk j ap
proved .it, and : a ■ Democratic Senate rati
fied iL- Now. the gentleman^ .whose party
"surrendered ' a. territory in the north : e^ual
to eight' States,-, and 'the Empire of Texas
An the; South; •denounces" as I 'the crime of
the - the: possible surrender ibfi a
"narrow "strip of territory 'way- up 'at
the 60th parallel •of latitude." ." ■ v
..-■r.; STARTLING^ INTERRUPTION.
i Something lot "a" stir T was ' caused just be
fore' Mr.". Cochran ! 'concluded -by "an Tinex
pected interruption from the ladies'Jiil;
le'ov" r ;>^.^Cb.chrah7..was^speakingTpf|'the
J.'truckling. policy of the ;United States" to
Great Britain." ' .When that truckling
ceased, he "declared, v ,the people of ; Canada,'
now intensely loyal ; to England,', would
cnango. their, attitude... - : . -.-'-:-...>• • • -
" "Tou lie!" cried?, a styiishly T dresssed
young woman, 'in- clear, ringing tones.
All eyes were turned, to the ladies' .gal
lery.' where ' tho speaker' leaned' forward
defiantly, ! "as if 'she; intended "to say some
thing- further; but a companion pulled her
backr^aftdimmedlatelyafterward' sho left
thc T gallery.' . : :■■'■;"■" ■..."v^.^i.v'-'-'V". : ' ''-' ' ' :
: The House ad journ'ed v until to-morrow.
I\ CHARLOTTESyitLB SOCIETI".
? ' ."'-'. ' : '~ s '" : - '' '; J ' ' • - : - ''' ■; ■•-:
University Dramatic Clab Gives a.
;'• ' Delightful Entertuinmcnt~
.\. .]-' ■•. "-iPersbnals.';- ' ■ v;•
fCHARLbTTESV^Iyt-E^-'yA:;;' January
20.— (Special.)— The " V. r V. .V. Dramatic'
Club ; of .; the University 'of Virginian gave
its '. spring ; performance last ' evening: at
the Jeff erson'^Audltoriurn to a fashionable
•audiepce^Tjyhich" z filled v every/: availSßJ^
crowded. ; the : aisles ■ with "stand
ing >" people. I ' -The theatrica Is {of " this ;'^club' :
a«"i-always"!an>eventVan'd:aJ_s6^ar'r6cca- !
sj6n*andjaf£6rd : decidedly the drawr
ing "/'sh&w'f. that ,'^ioldsl the' boards" .of
c>ur; opera-house. .. , ;
fThe performance opened with a one-act
t farce— "Ici on 'Parle Francais," the?wbrk
of ' Mr. T. S. AVillianis.y-The -persons "of
,the';skit;were:r.; : ; ; ; --~-'^.'. ? .T:'-;. < " -:'• ''f^l "•>~' . ? .-.'..■' "•■
/V'Majbr. Regulus Rattan— Fire Eater—
' , • ■ '.:.:, /j Mr.. Marion Brawley.'
"" '■ ■- ' " .''Mr. B/ Sjvearingen.
: yiclor Dubois~Frenchmari " S / ..V . ." ■
: ilr;- Spriggens/. I : .'.'.': V. ./ ..Mr. T. T TJ Bryan. ;
'Mrs.- .S_prJggens T: .. ..-.".Miss Er Swearingen.
7-*. Lodgings :tb.le.t.^ '.; . . .'^\?> i. : '.V ''.?■':?■ "/.
;Angelinar: their..: daughter "...'.Miss Grant."
Julia,;wife ■ of Majdr Rattan, iliss .Boltori."
: Anna 'Maria, ' maid- : 6f. -all? work ''"-,>■, "■/ '■•:
:' t .'•■"."- v'r.r,, ;" —•" \'/'-;^ .' : ::;: ; Miss-*W:^qhes.
i .The second piece was Gilberta's-t/Sweeti
; hearts," ; a comedy /in - two Tacts/- in 4w"hlch ■
j Mr?: Sam ; T." Caves took ;. the' role ., of , Harry"
; Spreadbrpw, > -Mrr',li;; Thomas/that "of -^Vil
■ cox. -the gardenef.Tand" Miss .Rqwell;? that
, of;- Ruth, the ""maid. '-"-". "
; y.The ■aiting:,was..highly.apprqved i'.by the:
i large h audiftnce,'. : and h the I costuming ; cor-"
j re. ct^-The^ patronesses • vwere : r ;; Mtsdariies, i
; Barririger, : BuckmasTer, ? 80l ton,^ Bradford
; Buckle,;-:;' ' Bulh'tt,!;.' Christian, >.-: R; i-.T. ,',w! ;■
; Jpukei Jr. -yEchbls,» Graves, 4 ? Harrison,"? Har
iinbh^ < Huntington; Kent," Lyons/)' Mallet^
;R. "C. -Minor, Kelsbii^Perkinsbn^ 'jjl m.
;Pake,H Pe t«" s^ R .s?shav:.V Rowell,*' Rogers, •;
: Smith, ;-STrearljpgen: iThorntoh. , : : . ' ;>v . ■ ~ : ;; ; , :
„ .- • PERSONAL.
I ■ • Miss :j Ida " Hanckei/Sof •;, this i clty,^ left '
; to-day itbr.rAlesajadrJa's to : ; 'spend several
!d^'&vv<^rt^'vv:/:>r:>-^"i.^i^; ■/■::-;,;v":v".v : •; r^f;;'''
jSj Mrv< Frank : A:f Masele,-- 'of : this city, left'
ilastievening^of^est^yh^ni^H^^^lli;
the*;' gone '; two
■J Mrs. ;£Lo' ; Co'nte^ Stevens; j of .Lesington.
Lwha^ has :.-'; beftnsLylsitlng '•% Mrs;:' James
;HirWson>^ratfathe^University, ; for :? some
Uime;'^has^retuniedr^hoine.*>V.;';'::",;^ ;-S" ;' : ~? : : ' .
:rep-\: rep-\
i resenting j; the ;f 'CHa.rlptt?syille ■ :.T -i at I the
:me^nSs: : bf'^the ; :yirginla^Anti-Saloori;
jLeague.x which fconvenedj in: that : city this ;
morning. ■ ..... -.\- \
• iMiss Mar>* Watts "Woods, who has re
| centiy partially.'- recovered /f roml a Iseverei
I attack :;of 'Jgiipv^ea^AtJ^offertbiry^sin^
' Chris t ;£ Sundayi ; moniing.'-f Se^^^
*^Mr;lC.^Lig^lte?Hof iiMechums ■ -River, .
jsdldji Saturday^ t^MfvspXli: : ;;Mauck?4 of I
fPCge|c»imti%?: twenty} head; of f cattle J'that :
averaged -I.l7s '"pounds- in • weigHt;*C r aa^J
mettedsl37.4fl!^perK i heacirv,';.:;':; ' . --1 ■;_-.._
'{■ i Mr. i: TJ- -■■ S.i; Macon visold ; to - : a. ; ;bu tcher In -
I this : 'city- about; thirty 'head of cati le^aver-i
;■ a^ing • about ;: I.WO - pounds. .
Xiefttenant ? Greenleaf /h of ; ? Hydroerra.- 1 ,
- ■ U ' ...
PkMPJ»*c ! OCtce, cFa«aeai .-,■ Away;fe^p
f^SAYAN^HAGAS*Jai)ua^j2Q;^.pe'uten^
arit^f Fifea^icß^Gre«nleaf.l,'-who'ii'was v? iii j
f efcai** p' «H the&Uflitifl'.i' StatejEfbrarich'tlpf
ft&^Hydrpli^*T'R'o-o^ ffi^4i*w*MHdithii!
■Biylii,
.^- . . . - — , • ,- • .-
rEXCTSULA MASOXS PREPARING TO
* -- i. .
S BAJfaUET THE GRAXD' MASTER,
NEWPORT NEWS INDUSTRIES.
SJilpbnlldins - Company.^ to % Erect ; «
-.- ■-■- - ' ■ -
: -:: j Plan<— Plann ; for \ a. -. Biff Acid t Fact-.
, ' . - ...
■'- :6ry~Jno. W.: Cramp?i^ Trlal«rfCr?Tr
■ of thY : Sciioonerlltawioii " Sirike.7 '
NEWS^yA^,:; Janu^)2o.^
(Special.)— The : Masons Tof ; the^Peninluia?
■■,wili,'x in -J the ; laiter j part • 0 f j February; .holdj
. a-;union'Vnieetlnif i'and»'givc'(. a* Banciue'titoj
Grana : ■ Master./EdJ".'? N.' \ .■'Eub'ank'iM of v 'the. :
Grand --Lodge - of ' yirginia;' H a .^resident Tpf
this i city.x in '-■• recognition : of r ~ his \ service^,
before : ,'- : he wa s : honored - with^ his > high!
office. .The- affair; promises to be-oneJi"of
the' most* elaborate Masonic; events;.' ai>;
ranged f- in : this "' section ?of ; tho -State,' and •
: the i list | of | speakers | includes | at number:
of : distinguished : men.. ;lt ; is probable \ that
i February 26th will : . be' selected' asj the dater<
*Th a I speakers ■ who Swill ~:\ be *; invited | and ;
wno,"the"committee has been assured; wil'
probablyiattend^ are; Governor. Montagues-
Judge Oft; ; TAW. < Duke,! past'grand master.:
.of i Virginia;: GeorgcvC."Cabell,'»pas"t?masrl
. ter- of y Danville : Lodge, cahd'probablyi the"
next .grand chimcellor.; of ithe |Py thian^. of i
Virginia; .Robcrt'GyßickfordwillTespond;
f or.r Peninsula ; Lodge.t No. .278;" r A.^ C.I Garr
rettfor;Bremond:Lodge;;NO.-241;"Hoh:VS. :
G.^ Cumming - for- St.; Tammany,; Lodge,".-.bf ;
:Hamptoa.itandjß.VAi: Hamptoa.itandjß.VAi Lewis; for MOnitbr
: Lodge," of -; Phoebus/r- Williamsburg : Lodge ;
; will;be invited to attend the- banquet -The'
idea |of I honoring ; . the J new* gi*and -'master |
with' a .banquet : originated i:with^District"
Deputy, E.VL.'-Cunninghamr of -this Jcity, 1 '
who found Ta-'strong sentiment in favor ' of •
the.step'when he first broachedlt. ;, ■
r^-K^SHIPBUILDING^NOTES:- ' - \~
Thefovseems: to:- be "no doubt : that -the..
' Newport" -News I Shipbuilding '■ arid t: Dry,-::
Dock, Company: will ; erect- a; steel iplanti; to':
turn. but its 'own' castings.: Thaimill will;
notv-be*; a large one : at- the ' outset, em
ploying.probably. only 250. hands,, but with
the-big demand : f or.; all "sorts Of steel "pro- ;
. ducts. atithe shlpj-ard." there : is: every rea
son :to, believe .that.it will develop into :
a * big - industry. Practical § rollingf , men ;
from . 'Lebanon; ;Pa.,':. have been in -the:
city .with- a view of . negotiatingifor a'site
; on:- which^ to : build a. ■ large ", steel : rolling,
mill that; will turn' out plates for ships of
every- description.^ : v :■--: ■'•- " v^-: : ;v ._■=-. ■:-,-.■■■■
. ' PLANS -FOR : A BIG ACID -PLANT. '■ :
'If the plans, for half -a dozen: ie'ading;
business riien .of this citi-. and t several
outside V capitalists | materialize,^ Newrpbrt
rsews';will :soon have a, large- acid-plant ■
emploj'ing about 1,500 ; men. >.■ The' -pyrites ;
mines i of;; Louisa.; county,: Va.; will --be
i utilized- first, the Chesapeake. -and Ohio
railway having agreed; to make a low-rate'
on, the transportation of. thecrude mate
■rial£to;this city.n A" water 'front site Ais
needed and . thoso who are ; interested -in
the ~project T have about decided to build
on -the abattoir site, which Is downed :- bj' ;
. ths .Chesapeake and ; Oliioi railroad. | Sixty
acres will be', needed '- for the buildings. ; 'A
. fertilizer plant -will -follow in short order.
; V-;: JOHN :w.- CRUMP'S, CASE.-, : w"'
.: J hn w. Crump, s ex-clty jailer, .will : be
tried ;in the Corporation ; Court ; to-mbf row :
on four, counts for forgery.- He is 'charged
witlr. forging the ; name *of City ■> Sergeant
E. . w. Milstead '- to :; four, checks, " each "of
the. face ? value of SlO/V . ' .- • -'-~7~ 7 ' :'-r?'nfy
- The board of revision of -artillery regu-/
lations, v which ' has (been " in ; session v at
: Fort y Monroe for several months, • Is mak
ing : satisfactory head wa j-: The work \ has
peen divided | among - committees iof '■: the
. board. ti-The'- board? will; hieet 'at ■-Fprt'Bar
rancas, Fla..,the latter part: of this month
to .-observe; the workings of theinewfgys
tem-,of fire control which is nearing com
pletion!at,that post. -■=.'-:.- - :.\ -;*-:v^ :-■.
vThe many; friends herefof Congressman 1
Claude " A;-. S wanson are ' pleased v with> the
announcerrient :that r he v will be: a' candi
date ■;, for the f Democratic* nomination for I
Governor, in ■ 1904. - -■; . •": • " -.•; : \v"-' -v-- -- : - '
. H.-^t C. -Lightfoot, formerly i superinten
dent :;of the Chesapeake Telephone 'and
Telegraph Company, at "Williamsburg. has
accepted a position in: the -offices- of -the
Newport "News: Shipbuilding and < Dry- i
Dock Company. ■•>■". * . - „ -,.'; ;■■ j
" Belding Bond, aged SI year?,' "who died i
yesterday morning, was buried this after- r
noon, -tho 'funeral; taking place from
j •Morrison's church. :^ T i - : : %.,, '. ' . > " .•"
|: The : work of the Warren Brothers ; Bi
| tuminous Macadam Company, which; Con
tracted ; to • pavo ; two "streets of '; the^ city
I with- its new, paving material, is rearing
! completion,- after, ' many -: troubles "and
drawbacks. • In -two more weeks 'the com
pany .will probably turn over the entire
L job to the .dty.-il.-~; v issi % g =.- ,- :• x;• ■ y ■-,■ •■-.:. ■
j Miss .Cora: Winne and George Bentliall
will ■•be ; married , to-morrow;; evening at
! Chesapeake; Methodist church, Phoebus: '
I -STRIKE ONA SCHOONER.' 'X -
fa Thoseyen-masted: schooner,' Thomas W.
I Lawson.'-Cap^iin ' CTowley,";. returned ito
i port to-day, in low of the ocean tug Gypi
sum/King. ;; V:\/;VV :\/;V- : ;;- = . ; .~v-w
! The iLawsoh's 'cr^w : struck at •:■ Boston,
because the ? steel ■■; sides Vof : the forecastle
I sweated to such anextentthat'their bunk
b.edding.was kept wet constantly.* -•
m Captain " Crowley at once - ordered the
tug, and on his ai-rival to-day he shipped
a.new: crew, which 1 will' take ( the ' Lawson
to Boston. E The Seamen's Union is respbn-;
I sible- for "the: trouble, YOn her last' trip,
the Lawson caiTied 8,000 tons of coal; this'
j time her: cargo ' will : be . larger. - - .r . "•
i . ■ The. British -."steamshio Heathford ; . ar
rived to-day 'from 'Boston^, and (is now -. in
dry-dock for ; painting. -.; She will : load hei'e,
.and at Norfolk. coal and partially take on
; her ■ cargo: ■:-. Sheiwill -complete '■. her 'general -
cargo : and cir^'o "of 'government : coal at
.lMew;-York.;', r ;,■ , :-.'■■>:: ■:■':-. '■■■:•:•."■•.■ r,--- : ■ -•■
';-; The'coal .will betaken to Manila, and,
the general cargo to China- .' ... : . ; .; -■•: ;-'/ \
•, The ' Co-operativ e: Grocery r Companyi J . Z..
Adams/ proprietor.'has - filed a : petition ' in :
■ bankruptcy,. -with ; . $4,50 i)-: assets a'nd^ s7,ooo
liahilities.^Foreigii'' creditors forced 1 -. this
: step.-; demanding s immediate "payment of
■ outstanding Jbills;^^: "y: H .:- y.v-',-,f :^:-p-''.: i -i'-:-- '
;,-;The] proprietor is" confident' that he^ can
soon r ; meet . all j claims, . if given - more \ time '
and;: permitted 'to ?■ reopen « the 'store. - ■ •
■M The United 'States. -training-ship iAlli-.
auc.e;Varriyed?ja.ftOld Point :<to-day;'-'fr6in'
; the ? navy-yard,v;and - is^ making ? reajiy;' to
sail, on' a cruise.: : v ■; ■ -==>;•'.> ■• ':>"- -i "'■■:■ ■:■-"■'.
A COMELYNORFOLK BRIDEK
Marriage of Joseph K.'lves.and Ml«»
..Marfearet K. Carney. - , " :
; .NORF^K,yA:,; January (Speclal.y
:TheJmarf iage of j Miss 5 Margaret '.Krbzer.
■ Carney, p the : beau Uf v 1 • 'daughter.'of i Mr.T S." ■
r B. v : Carney, ; Jr.i -to ; Mr. ; Joseph! R.Nives^Vof •
.Nprfolk7^vWas ;■ solemnized V; 'in '- :^tJieV:,Pbrt ?
I Norfolk ; Baptist church ? this ■afternoon'; at;
4 -"'o'clock/ 1 and; was ;. one T % bf r the"; P-9^^i*
sociaJj events f of ' tli"e c season.' ' '"■*- -■..'-'•
leanirigHon tthq arm^pf^hieiv
: f atlierVf; Mr ."; S. ■B. '^Carney.,'* assistantTposf^
; master Gf : Norfblk^'Jwas:'.met*:at*th'e'chanr.
'cel|by.v the " grqora? aifid ; his'-best niah;f mV. ? !
iThomasiOld, of' Elizabeth -City.- N^C^a"
■ coiislh;^ >?■.■ ■ ; -' ; -T"--v-/?^ ?- : ' • ■ '•■ ■ H-- ; ; \f'?-J' ; V :'■>. i'
-s,The'ft ceremony >.was V performed < by tlys
; Rbv>^ Dr.eDunaway,? pas'tbr Tbf < Port '.Norj-/
: f oik frßapUst 'iSb'y ,
Ay.^B^Savage.-ipastbf.bf^Chiirchlandißap^l
(tist^church,<:.and'ithe |ReyJ?iW.'%P:f Hines^
:pastQrX^|«?^k':yiiw|BapUst^church.^
r p Tho^weddirig "s gown^'wa'a •; of |whi telpanne
'crepeSde!cJtfnei;pv^vWhite^te
;ducfies^s:lace'j!;handjembroideredliMissi^
jlyes^sisterXof;th^fgroom;Vvv^s7maid|bf;
'honor .•? v >Thb?ushers7 were* Messf s:f Pearly.
tW.l Carney^ SKßi^ CafheyV J]t\;"Cbi/!W^W:>
r SaJe- -iVrlhigton ?-l ves;\ G eocgc L. Wise;-, and \
GcorgoWainwright.^ _^
a RjrwwnwnPß'Q RRinp ,
i •■; A niuniyiyiyuiin o .Dniuc«^^p
iWeddinc "of Jacoli s Lovenstein. And
amaH.ta Annie J. Opiileman.
®L^TNC^URG^y^^J^uaj^^l^(Spe|^!
fciaii)— Mr.*? JacbbT-3Loyehstein;"?i of^Bidft- :
impnd^faniarMisa^^lpieTJ^Hal'pppJOTßn^
|tKeTdaughtefTp^|Mr?landjM]ra^J^cobjp^
[pl^a^^^fSi^^^J** l^^!^^^^^^
rßfp'clock^thisfevinli!S.; r at tlic .residence.
fof .:Mrsand|Mrs^ M^tGoldsteinSS JiWdifaS
;i^eedingly,Spretty:2^w6d£l!iig r \ the - parlor
ibeinffStiiactiyely 'arrangediand 4ecor»tedi
: tor':ttie otcasion..:.-- ;,; : • -I'i. >X£syJ; Ai;^.
TM maid of honor w»s Miss Mas^lflfe;
ibavt'i inin, -i Mr.-.X.Ovi^^oVenst^.t.'f.^brd;
Bone P»uu, Itcalnr, Beabli7 Skia Sla«aa««.
Permanently cured fey- taking' Botanicl]
= Blood f 8a1m. . ; It destrdys the : active Poison \
'■ in' r the ■ ,blood.*^ii If =;.hayei"achesA anA;
pains ; in ibones, ; back,* and* joints,vitching,"|
Scabby-> Skin^ "8166 a>' feels ihpt aor ,? ; thin^
; Swollen \ : Glahds,-;:;RisingS>i and*Bumpst;On?
the? Skin,^ Mucus f Patches ; in JMouthr/ Sore ;
Throat.^ Pimples,^; or ? Off enstve Veruptiona,- j
; Copper-Colored g Spots £ or r^ rashi on p SKin,^
' all •■ run"'; down 50r./nervous,.^Ulcer5 or./ nervous, .^Ulcers j on ?any .
; part ■ of : the sbody/ Hair.' or ; Eyebrows .fall- \
ing: out/ Carbuncles or -Boils, ; .tako :•; j
Botanic Blood Balm, Gnaxanteed,
to ''Tcurp^evisn ■'■ the" wbrst'.and most-;deep^;■
seated;cases•^where;dbcto^s; patent-mydl-;
cines, ,- and "J Hpt I Springs ; : fall;":* Heals all *
sores;i stops j all\ aches ! and ■ pains, j reduces j
all" swellings,'-. makes "blood: pure and i nch,
completely- changing- the : entire -body A into ;
a /clean, s healthy condition.- • 8.V8.% B. j has
" cured | thousands" of | cases" x>t: Blood Poison
even & aft er g reaching: i. the j last - stages A: w
Old;; Klieum Atisnii, i.patarrli,; \ Ec«ema,
are caused b V . ah awful ' Poisoned - condi-i
tibnfbf : the J Blood;" 8.^ 8.' B: - stops'; Haw
k Spitting.- Itching and? Scratching, [
-Aches ?: and y- Pains ; : ; 1 cures ■' Rheumatism, ;
' Catarrh V- heals ; ,"all 1 Scabs;" Scales,; 7 Elrup- .;
."-^"Watery; "Blisters, ;: foul," -^festering;
»Sores Jof ."■;■ Eczemas by : . giving ';: a • -.pure/
healthy blood supply; to affected parts. -
: ."^y : "Kv'- : .:V,^aheer^C-nred-;.: y : :^C '/.',-' \ ■
''' Botanic Blood Balm cures Cancers of.
all ■ kinds, .Suppurating ? Swellings," f Bating •
• Sores, ; Tumors, ugly <TJlcers.' • > It ' kills " the
"Cane^r i Poison -and heals ' the ? ; sores:-: or
worsts cancer 5 perfectly.'" If cyou s have ■■? a ■
persistent W- Pimple, r "Wart, ■ .-'• Swellings.-;
Shooting.- Stinging .Pams/: take >: Blood;
Balm • and they will^' disappear before ; they ;
develop ;?ihtor Cancer.'*:'~ Many "apparently,:
hopeless cases .'of - cancer ; cured iby : taking :
Botanic- Blood Balm. i U :""':,' '"y'W-
««fe3OWRtGUABAJiTEE.'--:;:'-:;S
Bay atarce bottle tor BXitpt any>
driiezist, take na 4llrecte<l. Botnnie -
Blood Hnlin (1J.8.J1.) »Iway«cnm
•when the ;rlsht qaantlS?- l» takfn.
If;n«t.;«urod;your::m<»ey.;wUr
promptly.be re-' -VJ * ,r. ;:"IT"" ? -' ' r " : ;
funde d i. Trtt*-/HUj£j /ftjji ' jPU
ont ■' nrifntacnt.lAJZrfTtU. UjOaiUAAJr
Botanic Blood Balm(B.B."B.) Is r~
Pleasant' and safe to 'take*.' Thoroughly
tested -for, thirty: years. -'"Composed ■; of-
Pure ', Botanic v* Ingredients. ;;. ■ Strengthens
weak' 'kidneys : ahdj weak | stomachs, 1 : cures
'dyspepsia.- Complete directions Igo -with
each ' ■ bottle/ :';, Sample ?of. B. B.?, B. and
Pamphlet: Sent Free'by Lwriting Blood Balm
Co.i = US Mitchell ' street. Atlanta; Ga.
scribe your .-trouble. '■■< and \ special j free med
ical ad\ice', to suit. your case,, also- sent
in^sealedi'letter.- ; .?'■ .. v ■'■ "■ : f ': -; ; -.:-■;
man," of Manchester; and Jeroms H. John.
sbri; of Richmond. '. :'Tv. '""' v; ':■**:" ]'■--- '".'if^
;' The ushers -iw'ere Messrs; Benjamin Lov-
of -Richmond ; Richard ■ McKenna,
of Lynchburg; John Paul,: b£ Chicago,'' and
SimonHymes; of Chicago.' v : / - ; . '.
>^After.Ufce",w©ddlng avsumptiious supper.
was sen ; ed, ! and was ; followed j by, dancing.
: vMrl ,* 'and Mrs. .. Lpyenstein left .' for/: a
Northern * tour; '. and ; _be '■'.:&t. :&t ■'■ home * Ifi
Richmond -af ter- January" 29th. "-'A num
ber "of people .were present"' at
the wedding/ ; .. '/-• V-: : .: ■ -'.•,.- '~ : - '■:' -'■„.
k WOODSTOCK WEDDING.
Marriage of Jno. L. Livers and Miss
'■:.-. ■;"' : ' OlivCMae Logan.' ■ ■-.-■•:--'
;. WOODSTOCK^ ; VA.; January (Spe
cial.)—Miss'Olive Mac 'Logan, {of Wood
stock, ■ and Mr. John Leo Livers, of ; Mar-
Unsburg/fvr. 1 Vai/'were married this morn.
ingfat'O o'clock:: >:■■"■;:' '^ ■':'■. :' : [C -. ;-' ::;V*;- .
'".-.The '.l bride is the y, second ■ daughter of
CommonW^lth's Attorney,: W..W.' Logan,
of this place,' and the 'groom is a promi-:
nenf young busuiessj man "''of Martinsburg,
and is an associate member of the Aineri
can Instituted of : ; Electrical 'Engineers. ; . ■
: ThY ceremony was performed *-. by % the
Re\v Father Donahoe, at St. Joseph's par
sonage.<; Owing to the recent; death of
a. brother .of the : groom,! th c . marriago was
a, very; quiet -pne. v .:' - .;-•,.- .' v '■/ -w •:;■'.-
The bride was attired In a suit of maiiivo
corduroy, lined with- cream r sllk trimmed
in cream -chiffon -applique, and! wore a
black picture hat aiid' white "glovesi' Shfe
carried ' Bride's "roses, r '- : , ::: ; '
-After an. "extensive bridal tour, the
c'ouple'will returrTto Martinsburg/ "W. Va.,
and reside at 500wejst" Race street.' /-, ■'.;
; ■Mfi'W; -W. Logan arid' three: daughters
accompanied the - party .;. to Martinsburg
on Monday.' : ; . :J. ' ': :
■ ' ■* An Aleianaria. Bride. •" „ .
ALEXANDRIA,- VA-. January 2i>-—(Spe
cialO-^-At 1 Mary's Catholio'church this eve
ning, * Miss Annie I.; Eberhardt/' daughter
of iMr.vand Mrs. J John 7 Gi.:Eb'erhafdt; ;and
air. John :'A:^ Nugent," bbtlv; of :this city,
were quietly married in th"e ! presence I cl
a few j relatives of ■ the ; two parties. v ! After
the' ceremony," the 'couple left': for. a North
ern; bridal ; tourJ- : cUpon tneir J return they
'will*:live;here. - - :; v - - : ' '-.-^ :'. ■/.>:,■;■'.■;
Wedding cards liave^een issued by. Mr.
andnMrs:; Frank James j Pollard . for :the
"marriage * of:- their i daughter," Miss % Betty
May Pollard' to : Mr. Thomas Andrew i Hulf;
|flsH!^^tiiSm^.^v-The;'cere_niony7wlU"oc;l
cur Jin the' Methodist Episcopal church.
South, on. February -Sd, at 0 o'clock, in the
'evening •;. : . V .- ? i 0 ;;■;,::' : ; ; -- ' •'. ;- >::■■-.;... '■ ■' '..-
IN WARREN;COUNTY.
Flagrraxit ..Violation oi local Option
:-'■• ■■■:.■.■ -."LoTri ■ at-- Front -^tpyal. .- , - . '
:^FBONTi' RbYALv>!T^A-;i; January 20-—.
(SpgciaL)^The ; County- Conr t h is :J now;: in ;
feession.s with ? Judge"? Giles | Cook^. Jr.'i * pre-::
feiding? r The grand 'Jury impaneled for th« ;
term is • ljusily, f engaged i in ■ investigating .
the ; numerous .'violation's -of - : the vlocal \ opr
: tion " law/f^ About f seventy : have;
' been™ summoned v to . appear - ; before |.. the
grand- jury.?. A3 though Front %■ Royal is ?a
i''local > option"]ftown,^theiyi6lation^6f jtha
: law^iri '"'. this I respect | has ;been ? open, j noto^ :
riouiand flagrant; so much ;so.lthat; so.lthat :many
' citizens % who .-have" heretofore" advocated
/local | option,''.? are Snpwig discussing J the
■ propriety' of : a ' : tojwn dispeneary.-^l t i Ist ; es-;
.timated sthatVtherc fare mo Mess ; than?ats:
Ivspeak^easles" 'in ;the?hearti of J the; com-!
munity/iail; of^ -which ; are, flourishing; andj
prospering." Of -the"; Tvitnesses^sumnidna
s to-appear.befor'eltheygrand "jury, vat mam-;
her Aof -^ them -Cvrerft i'minors. w As \yet.'~ : th«
grand r jury- has;' made ino^ ; indictments. ;'-:
fe;^r!/^T:-'.K:'.-C-.^*,X -"' V' ■■'••
Funeral o«;Mm. Anne R. Salt. .
OBEiDFORI>' : iCiT^ ; -yA-V-"" January' ;; 20.,—'
: (Special.)— Th e; funeral f of ' Mrs:* 'Anne^Re-j
.becca-Sale/'theiWife'Of.Dr.'^JohniW.^Sale.H
jthe; oldest ; and ?ohe of, .thej raost-.prdmi nent
'. practitioners rpf ; , medicindr of -Bedford ' City.T
pa tooki place ' Monday- afternoon Tat \ ib'clc-ck j
from * St.-'> John's .; Episcopal v church,^ of ;
vWhich' since . girlhood : she' has been : a* faiths
■fuL and devoted member. '' "-"
1 and afi {ends fof| the sfamily.'a The I'sblemn:
i ■seryicesiwereeonductedibyjthe- Rev/jl)al-1
\ ilastTuckervjthejrectorJbfi.thelchurchJ'i.and!
\ I tho"> vested jChoifj sang > the' funeral irespon-)
; ?sive ! service and i'the hymns;l4*Lead SKindly j
: «L.lpht. > iiandi;"I l »earer.i;MysGod.^tOi.Thee. > !j
' !.¥4The;flowers\werelbome ! ,by^Messrs:}Kel-1
: son I Sale.? Georere ■ S.^Nicaols," 1 } Jesse .ißiirks,?
? arid § Samiiel% Cornelius.l* The ipall-bearers •
were Captain TVaHer-Jzar<i;";Messrs.s; Julius i
* >B*uf of &s James James 1W .% Bal-j
ilard:^ George 7, li% Evrert,^? andlLouis g E. ;
; Burks. . ■ , , t . wmm
\ SBMrs^ Sale is -surylvod by ; her,s husband:
j fanaifiveEchildrpnr-yiz;' Mrs. V:; Annieglzaraf!
I iMr&tiSamuelXMcCorfcie.'-Aof- Portsmouth Js
i f MHuiestCbftTlotfe.-arifl^SusieSnle.vDr.iFred*
;. isale^and Mr.tKftChahning^Saie. \±WfMk
! f|^^d«t!ieSplaftfc>ofgt^^6cl|t«er4W«|?6)
I
tft-day^ •ntalUn^a loeg.of - 130^.000.,: B*v*»^
nVPRTIIRP FOR PPArP
: 1 i*Acnojf s •. i*t; ?r orfo tK» "^^~^|
msm&msmm
Md Ml.- Xmxy 1* F«rter~Willtom
:;\^^v^:-:; ; ;---; :: .:^':-:^-v;r-;::.v/V:/-;:':::'-;v;; : :-' : :.
Raadalirs Xllaeaa. ':<■ t\--- - /V-;' ; fzr
1 NORFOLK, i YJL, January Ott.-(SpeciaL>'
The ; fii'st step i toTWdfrec^cb^tioa of tli«
factions: of ;iJw|C^ocratiC:^ritrrin :Kor^
f blk.^ cbuiity." has": ibee'n*': taken,- fight
here"'"vhas:^"canie^^'fli6};"Stato^!«nirQlttee!
more ""anxiety <;ah& TanncsTaacoJ than
bther3 phaso l : of politics.^ It has
f requently 7 broken - into": flame^rand \ in ; lS»f
it i required f a?call:for ithe"' mflitialto pre^;
sehr-e brdet/at'af ßerkley p>«cin6t.~ r e " •
!^ ThelProvldence" Church^ riot 1901 was
I the -cUmax": of :theTtroublft;' At: the meeting
I of ?;to^: straight-out I coinmittea^ this >>f-;
I ternobh* the 1 initial'" steps l^taken' , tb;
effect Ta i^recbricHiatiori. -"ATcommittee ■to
confer.'.wita;the ; f usibn ; ? <aement*.Tras;'ap^';
pointed^ : ; The]- resolutions ? recit&Jthe;- fact
that i the /new. I Constitution^ removes^ the
["caiwo^of^frictiox^^eJiiiest^fromypoU^
tics; ; and that t the J interests the t party.; j
should }■ not 'be further^ jeopardized. iTbe
fusibnists/ who,: 'with - one"; '; Republican '
clerk Jet . the 'Courts," control tthe jvcounty^
governinent,'i : afe ; iibt- expected;: tos respond: v
' : THE :* STATE ;♦ SAYS J : NOT I GUILTTJ : :
General's . office/?- was i herV. tc^dasi"^ and :
flledja*plea of not'guinyjand^a'demurrer
:to ;the - suits brought": by .-; the \ '.negroes,
against ■ Governor-; 'Montagub: and : . the!
members 3 of ; the Constitutional g ConTen
tionT The : demurrer; : says the United
States ■' Courts • have "no "Jurisdiction; ;be^;
cause 'z the i case is * one ; against ; the ' State,
ahdlthat the questlon;pf the ;; proclaiming '
the it new > ponstitutloh : was "one fln f which
\the i- State only- was ' Interested, i and - the
United •■ States •ha 3 ' no } right ; to interfere. .
-UThe: demurrer - is .a'; long:'one.^and^de
nies all- ttie "charses generally.";
-'- ■ At a ' cave-in "on -one ' of ' the wet docks
of the ■ nayy^yard" a" laborer was : seriously^
hur t ; -He "was/caught in the slipping oaxth .
and his head jvras. badly icut. . '-* 7-'
± Shdllow :water in the Appomattox, and
the^difficulty; of : lariding,"'has"s caused v a
'cessatlotM of steamboat:- traffic; between.
Petersburg and;! Norfolk. ; This > works * a.
hardship on .'the county '._ ' in'erch'ants en
route; ?;-;.-.:':■? "■; ::">' : - "-V'V . ■■"•''"'*••''-.' ■.: •-">'
\- Mr/c WUliam Pahner -Burff. ; Jr.,v,and
Miss eMary ; Louise .Porter, were* married
this afternoon "at:' the] home of the bride,
"on -York; street, inTthe' presence iof _» large
assemblage of invited guests.; ; ; - "
' : The celebrant. was 'the Rev. . J. J. ; Tay
lor, pastor. p£;:Freemason.-Street Baptist
church." -■" ' \ '-\' ' ' r ••':}.
X-; Miss i Porter, sister : of the bride, was '
maid of honor, and "Mr. .R? Calvert Taylor
acted as best man.;". - ' .' . :;•
';"> lt ;is; stated? thatf&tß. Carney, despite
his aspirations :" to the ; postmastership,"
will be" retained 'by ""Colonel Waddy '■ as
assistant > postmaster.*; This iS disappoints
ma riy .who worked hard for "Waddy. ln the
hopes^of this 7 ' position. :; ...v .; ~
\ 'William Watson and • Miss . Rosa Taylor
were married ; to-day at , the home of ;tho
[Rev. Dr.: J.J. ;; Hall,: pastor. of' Park-Av«t-,
iiue Baptist churclfJ {SVatson was -released
from . jail^for ; the ? ceremony, and "after ; it
"was performed ithe' 'charges of " seduction,
on which he was sent to the grand jury,
were quashed? '-V". ■'■'-■ ' ;.'-. ": • ;">: ,■: ',■ : ' :, :'.'. ■
"h" h -. : ; WILLIA3»I JRANDALL ILL.
Mr. -William Randall, general ; freight
and. passenger 'S. agent .■■of the ; Baltimore
Steam-Packfet : Company," is "still ? quite ill
here;?Mr: 7 J. f N^Sherwood;'lviceypresident
and ? : general manager: .of • tho l line r^ was
here ; to-day to" see " him. It \ls feared ! by
Mf/ : Randall's many friends rhere : that
the" condition of his : health may : compel
him ;tb:rotireVfrom":his position. By .well- ?
i informed : men. ; it ; Is stated
that Mr." Key. Compton," general : agent |at
Norfolk, -who has ; been' filling" the position
of general " freight :" and ' passenger ]i agent
of the Bay \ Line, 'at - Baltimore, ; Md.; dur
ing 'Mn Randall's l illness,' ■ % will,*. -to V the
event (of his retirement, almost ; certainly
succeed him. '? . .
': The "present prospects are that the ru
mor; is correct.:
WM.JONES; OBJECTS
TOBEINa HANGED.
Danrillc Convicted ,., of Mnr
• derlne: Jalce JUee, Attempts to -\.
-..---".:.- Escape* "Prlsoa — 3lay '. •;:"'.
Attempt Snlcide. _.
-VDANVjiLLE; VA;, January CO.— (Spc- ;
ciaD^-Willlam Jones '"(colored*, recently
convicted of the murder, of Jake, Lee, fiays
r that.he: wilirnever-hang: for the -crime.
It fs ; presumed -that j/o ; intends to \ make
a break' for liberty 'when he as brought
into" court to receive ' lus = sentence, else
to commit suicide ; ln the jail. " v ;. - ; ': .'■-■; , '
; He has -already C attempted to.: set fire
to the " jail. ; I woodwork in £ his '- cell
has^" been ' burned - .through -to;- the : iron!;
■Hehasalsprcutfinto the wa,» of liisxiell.
' Quite an "excavation : has been made, the
;bricks ; taken ? from 'i the Vcayity^ jbeing v **-
; taineu ; by him r: for > f uturo ; .use."; / When
■ Jailer John? J.; Hall i went -to : Jones's 'cell
; to-day itoj bring" ; him" bef orej the - court, . he
made -,'tifciei dlscoyery.' ['.. .:. :'.*:;■. '-. :\--v':.;- ■; •
•■:";' Ssveral bricks "wera loluxci hidden under.
the f murderer's £ blankets. : -..One of them
-;ha;d been. : nearly; halved, ; the' twO;Piec&s
being ■' safeiystbwed :' away •In the { prison- J
ef 'k r pockets.*"' He I was^ promptly \ relieved
of {thesei <;& formldable-looWng:knif«
also J found •on ~ his ? per son. ' ' Tho blada oi
the v knife is more -- — . aa inch in length
aiKl' very i sharp.'^ .: - •".-..■ \ .>'-•",_•;:'.. :'-.'"- 'i
1 .-The ; manl has ; been consigned ,>or .^safety
: to a; pri vatej; cell,;. where lhe Jwi-; [p& '■■ kept
under • lock 'i and " key. Ho -fi,w*»l >t not ■- have
J 'a", chance; again 7 : to <-c6mp in; contact with
any of : the other;, prisoners. :£Waterj ana
■food -will be passed "in^to'ihim <by tneT
jailer^ V: IV : — - : =be V; impossiDle": for _r;him
\ tbTdo" other injury " ihan'to. beat: his J own/
ibrairislbut^agalnststheiwaujfj ;i. . ; ;"• y"
'■' : It Ms noti;; feared ; tha r .;iie'wi^ ; attempt
i"selrTd^^ctlohTymtn : : : 'after v ;senUri<;e. : Vpf
: death! haa~ been ipasiedHupbn;^ him.
/anticipated ?tha* .he" wii:' ; attempt; to "escape
"while^ returning-to 1 the"3aU s froni ' the'cburt-1
rbohi. r * Falling •in i tha^.' he : may (decider to
take his: own 'life,
A NEEDIIESS^SENSATiOJffi
:, v- J-
Rev. :; W. ■ C. Tad«n -S»r» Hii I Innocent
jo. > Little Card ? Wu 'Greatly Mzffifi^,
Ir^'-^M • •■/ 31i»«nder»t«od. ' .
• The current ■ issue of v «ie tChristlah'fAdr.
; : ro(»^""wntaJnsfa?^xd^*f!^*Re^|W.XCi ! :
'-Vaden;yen titled, 'VAjNewiess I Sensation.".
iir^adeiiis^ys^fin] ref ereaicet to ; at recent
?ariicleTfrbral his pert, also | printed in '% the
PAdvbca'terW^P^:-'" -.--V./ ■;■;/'. .«
~Zk\!l i i ; vras 'i greatlyj^ Burprised I a t "it t he '■ in- ;
;te^FetatlbnfpGt.|cp^^jm^Jw'ent^g^
■munication^tqVthe 'Advocate. I certainly.
th^djn^thcaerabUstSideatpfilreflecUoa;
Cup«n^any7b¥e^; ; TJje",yyry^Wtle^^me^ttgj]
rw^^la^'aOon^couldib^Jma^fflMy^aro^ej
vraa a mere recital of facts,- ackrio?rl*d|jed
|by,"a«loaftles^;- ' ' i<*S^sl
#^Ti3 that so maaya^j
,^erstpf' our] State seek seniatlbnailltfcinirj
! and idratir; lnf «rehces \ not' justifi«4|b>||h*
■fact-i.ol.thelcas*,-. ' ■■ ' ' &z*Mk
- - >' >'Yr.:C.)yj&m*M
oj a,**rtiio party vtalcb ■■*• lu*»«DU»i-
sfetajNT^- -<\ - - -JET \T* rr ~^^%sgß&
paiiisip nis rains anu Agontcsi^
; happy t fnp^
6yJi^Vs^Cel^lCa«s«mdqfor^lr]^feM
matlcl strit«wrafe have % daoply 3 toj»rei«»sagi,|
medical jinct^vfcijytiax^Jutdvttvda^'ltil^j A
beat Vprac.Utf^ersi art "?^|rteog«Jitta»'^SJ^g
greats val^'ipffithil Coxrqp6iinC| *ad sfs|fc« !&?
scribe It trlthcoiftfld«ie€. ' -£*&■&?
pP^Vs|.C»l«£|l Compound I stands :i*iiO§|f
go<^aWorlcfJj^^ar«ttt|inAtioaaaos«s^tS
tho '; terrible '■ dl«*ase arc t>«!ns \ wftojtd c t»;, v :
actlvity^heilU^^ana '^8tr«8«»?l-I*a»»*i^
Celery^ Compound i is ith* 3 onlyfawdnijta*^
"that S rescues 1 and I saves % the • * d«sp«W«»M
:vlcdm : iWftosl^-tcadlthatllJ«ior-!al«it«iTtesM
curable.^ Mr^^l^-:^3Fl€*hJ»a^aa»!Mlß»^;!v
■wj ; ?.Va.^wgit9g?afeontiitt»f hagpy^aapiif ;:?£&
aace- irith T jane's ? Cell^j'Conuwuali^Wg
says: = "-." '7. "-. x "■-"".. , "7£2v3is|3
"I bad yrl><iumatiinn4o^ rayfoeltjaf^pi* ffi
shbaWerjcouldfnot" sleep.' a^llxatfiti^iiOg
pstit«:?l \«s|t*d ' mylatitflP,
Fraiikf ord/rand-; ftteitWd ,«• '.ittat;«b«Jlif,^
been f afDic4«id?inst|a« |Z^vw^Mftlfiairra
Celery^ OatfWiwid :"'h*d • «oaa | t&sM*mM
good I than ; ant thln» : «H» i»a4 '. tifct S *MLIS
*he advla«d m«Tt« tiMlt.l »ot «a« taM*K^|
aridtusedlit^aiid |tli«jTßSaltgwMiil!*^tM
*:*ood app«tite. aad.th«:p«lwi; ;:
oflrhduiiaati«mllti«tj.|t|«i?aadiJ*^w»J»«t^
if elt " tcen£ sln«;;in > f m£l it!*a* ~«tt»4iptffi
and I feel: llka a n»w mas." g
There are many way? tftit ikM ■
piecea of ctelh may b« watted ito M>»^
: : DIAMOND^OYES!p^
MAKES GOOD RECORD.
Virginia Trust Company Hti
a Phenomenal "Year^ J^
Banks OElectGtecet».^s
Taeel«v«ath aimoal »««ttn« •* tl» r. ; --.
giaia -Tr^rt^^Cbfljp^ny'-w** .'liMi«ft^tt«
office of tb*'«oo«)aj»»t r w?«»Ty«»tW«i»l-
Captain^JJfAS^l^4^ ; t]b>l<Jl^--:<u^l^^
D. Aylett secretary.: A'tarf© wmjut^fm ;'.•[
stock wa»'.pr«tti i toTp«6a'«,'b!r;i«oOii . -
James N/Bpydilpraident.'. - . .
Mann 'S. .Quarlw. vice-jresldsnt. . ■ . .
LJ I>. 'Ajrltit. «ecr«t»ry. •
John H. Sputtall, treasurer. '"■;,'
; Board of :I>jr«<!tor*-^r^C. ywaOuma. Jr-
Jamea N. 1 Boyd.l Riji-B. ;^ot^^ntS&4v ,
Ke-tvton. "Joaephißira^* Swnnst^t^Mer- 4
ganVS J-^ 1 J-"i H«mta<ro«»", Jonte ~ TJ'r BrKttcb. ,
Philip TTbitlock; I*. Z» Morria,^ J^Kt"*
Mosby, -; ''T.' I '' "TOllltam- TmottertmCMTitactCiiß^M
B.^; RosetbaOTo^ iC: :'V^i'BraaclC : SW. : 4 a. ■ " ■
Forbes.iMann S. Ouarles. * ' .
The annual report ot th« presMentl^ras :^f
very ; gTatajitng^: as Vw&H 'aa ' th& ;statem«otlff=
of recftlpti ;dlabtirs«in«nta-' Prultknt
Boyd, in bls;report, 7 «Ud:. , . .
""SVe commenced 'tho year 1002 with >
balance to cr«d it •of jror^Tua and- 'oadivld -
ed I profits ? «f ? $104,507.91; ' w» 1 closed 'iwttft^
a balance iPfJ J135.537.4T: after :»aytnjr^tls«
usual dividend of 5 per cent, on our^cipi
tal.V'C; ■'•"--> " vv ' : " ?: '*?■'■?-'■: 'AfUrMS^'^M
"It occurs " to ■ me, and I . thisilc ybu. • will
ag«« with itxe,;thaf a »«t;gato of W.
029^5 lor th» i year, 1 after; payin* taj»». . ■:
expenses and- 3»,0C0 to dividends ,!»:»«
a bad showiti*. '", ' . '
"I:canuftt-c.los«:thla report; without ■
ferrinr to'^death of Mr.- John Mtotexu ;.
secretary, and treasurer of this company
aincaflts^orsaaUation: )To^an •mt»^!im
,was j JmownXas ?a-:f t^ttwnaivSpor* } ***f %
true. T«> ; .tia hft.was tn» jaiastaWftt/jMBH ..
scientious 'iflicer, ever» mindful ; et ; a vfiaH -,-■".'
■ discharge /of .' his : datyi ; r and « trppß. : |w«Bh
: lines ? li«?i never?; Tailed, fH« :',wm : ! .i caU*i 'gg
hence on the :momtog;of .'CAptfl'-iKyVHI^^M-
Just as -ha had «nt«r«4 apon tHo dut^M -
of ; his T o<Bcft on ■ th^JmornlnK;;|Hi» f daath
was a_ loss to : this /company. V«n4,' as *
citizenßt6^this icommtmlty.? m WS^S&i:
METROPpLrTAK BANK OPFICaBIISA
;;, The Tanntfkr meeting -of itliei^toc*hoUt«ii^^
of the MfltrPpiflltatijßaafc'of: >yixslS»WJmM :
held yesterday. \Th« old officers aad dirt©,
tors were*r<^elftrted '.&] follows: 1
; • Luciea '. B.iTatunt i 'prasidaais > Haarr) XL
CabiJl.'-^ce-prcsident; Banry A. -
liams, cashjer- : ; Directprs^-Thomas" '" J?»
Carteh G:'G/ Leigh. 3,. M. .WnUSMii::*
vonß Rostnigk.-VA*^.'-Byi Xfl«noa^»&^Xfc •
"Cabeli^BeyttlyST^ Crun^l^B^Aatrtß2^St
T. -F. Qrean, --William. H: Parrisa, Lnd«i
B. Tatuffi..'Th* : b*n}c;bas. iad a prof*r^
ous y«ar. »•/--•'. - - : , .. ' - ■ ;'. : '- ■
BUl^mG?,A^vl^Alf^MF*J»T<
The J anouanio»etiny >of * tl>> j Birtmwl .- ; 1
Perpetual ■Bßuildin^^l < oa^3Ja^s^tet«'! ,
Company iwuiltftld'afitJiilr/pacaytctar-:
day. Vi". Tl»« Pfawtval ?.reDort 5 /of :; Fr«sia«tt "
Ellyson was read as alio wasVthatiof tlw
cashier..- : Tj;* ■ reporote : gobaittad f rtonw iljg
th« corapany. to M in a flouriihloc condi
tion. - ; Old :ofßce'r«lw«f«rTV^«ct»4,^Tfct» '. .
■are^ill'g/rMWQro^Eßyson.' presitoatj .
; Heniry.7tß.^fiatsler;t,<siaM»^|©bi«a»ts
i H : -Theodore :"Ellyson;>" v Cc*rl«»: Bat»I«r/-
I -2^:?: R.-: ; l Savages U^JJi Stria* 1 %T^;<(SM
i Schmidt;^ H.S.-BiMwaojw. BoJ^S. Cr«a>
\ -..-• <■■ .... ...."-■■-■-'■■■■■" ■ . -.
SCOTLAND NECK NEWS,
>esro STriadlcr *«t T«t Ca«4*t_
-.-.■."•....:•,:- „, -„,-. 7 .-»-_... if ;,...- "
Death •( JU<kM4 Wt»««l*-
i Si<
(Special.)^-Th? negro (ori«r. who «w£MR«t
;BryanT&7.^^ittrji>«4floflti'fifll4»T*, ! ||«i»
days-ra«oi3l>a*;isnots^eng«itightri*tti;jtt .
>hasib««n>!»reedtt&at3biSireall«M|i*figtm
Hyznan;andVT\ot Battle; as b* gave it to ;■
the H' transaction. -^H , K« was ; f orm«lr,: *- >
teacher in vEdocorobe.:-
Mr.;; Richaf#^Wlnflftl<t36f |I««rafcqx«i
Va., died a :f«w miles from Scotland 2C«e*
Sunday 5 morainff/saodj>hl»!riß»ain«l'w« •■'
taken ito th# j Cflsckad* iGJty?y«sterdaXff«r '■"
int«nn«nt. -Ifeicame tQ;?thlSH<»mtnuaJty
visit j relatives : a^ trie wetks >.»to^.a»
was taken stek wito ?tyiJboldißß««aont«;r %
His Sparents;vi>ttvg a»4 * Mrs.*? GiTArriTFln -
field:? of Fet»r»bur»; cam* ; to se» h im' tw» .
weeks \ a«o,1 .«<* | r«maia«d SwtUt Vhiariiistf ? n.
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