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New Daily Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1896, Bluefield, West Virginia N E W D miX T E L E APE; VVOL III. NO. BLUEFIELD, Wf MORNING, MARCH 5. 1896. PRICE THREE HORRIBLY JANGLED Tou ABOUT CITY or InUreat to Every- f M Riffncr !n Ihe cllv Mr T A Pircn fn the tity 'Crnckclt'uf'Ornhani was here ye ted iy Mr J McAlli'-ltr returned to the city last-night. Fannie Frinci-, >f thu ecile hou e force is quite sick W G Ua llei chief clerk it the'lnn l Msiimg 1 1 Hklwrn Slates in the city The Prajtr meelmgs at the Churches were well attended last night. The Misses Mc'ttajne of Graham were in thecit) shopping yesterdiv Mr. Jacob Garnctt lias moved into'llie JlcColkiugh buihlidi; on Raleigh Street: Mr ind Mis Ttme A Liwrencc of SiCinnjliGi spent list nl0 t in Blue Held Dr R I through tl c cit) last night on his way home fru a northern trip. The Oat li Progress ii the lest Eid UneiquaWUm tbe City's History., n OYERFLOW1HG CROWDS ASSEMBLED 0 .ri on I'ocahontfts visil Fee anJ Dis> Action Taken Eevenne Cutter Merrill Seises Schooner Loaded With Arms Division., has returned from a Cwrbiu.-Ky. Mr. Charles O'Ferrall, eon of Virginia' governor dined with Mrs son Attorney James L. Hammill; of Welch; he Inn list night en route buriie from n. trip north. -Hiin. Chas. -Hose.: 'member, of the Vft. re passi il on his w i) h i ne ti Russell C e jeterdaj Rcv.'J.. Tyler. Fruzier; left .for Urain- well jcsterd ij to isil bis son in 1 iw Dr Kirk: lie will probaby return today f K 1'age tieasurer of the and Coke Compmy with head quarters in I'liiladelphia; was in tho city Mr. II. .T, Mulligan, for some time in" the sc.ilc house has resigned his position mid will leave for his .home, today Mr" Hoiton of Hadford pissed rougU tbe cltv last." night, en 'ronto Now Tcloirai'li'a Special Ktrvlcc. March 4 Ilou e spent much of loday B sion in consld erallon ot the fee an Iwilarv dment to the legislative executive and jil itial '.bllir 'wa-s- spent-.upon v tbe pr >posltiou of fixing salar es of dii trict attorneys of federal cou Is which range from 000 to 000 tt ith two exceptions howcvei thu schedule 1C s mains unchanged A In ci i f the ifternoon a uiessige was received from_Jhe S into innouuc Ing the disagreement of that bod) to j gabstltilli (if thc.b'ou'so-for.' Cuban rcso; lutlon, and a conference Hit eon bill no'acllon'was laUeu on it. The Senate coccluded lodiv by d s coning the tlo" of of Duponi to a seat In tho bcnalc from Delaware Mitchell, of irujlL the apeecb In favor of Dupont The treat ary ii Informed that Captain Herring of Revenue Cutter Morrlll, yestei- day, forty miles from port Tampa, the aclinoner 8 R Mnllory loaded with wrms and ammaniuon II generally con ceded that cargo w is ,intended for Cuba Four Hours of s Special Sen ice s DAHBCRY, Conu March 4 -lor foar fcoaraUile reaming the Mire ..Uttled with a fierce fire, wliic i rsgcd in tbe ceoter of tbe city, and before it vwas jwbdued property worth 9160000 was destroyed Half the damage by luvaooe Oaplalu Uoyl and Frank Xartwood, a hotemaa.were.itadly Injured, aad Hrt, >8adie Carpentart a colored joaped from a window, f. inart. Fifteen bolldlngj, aH bat uie of wood, were baraed lo the gTOTBd. -________. Southern Fair.. CHICAGO, March o< incor x fotailoa o( the Bipott .liMCoapMy. fc M her home from a visit to Godfrt) of Brimnell K. K: Mobray, Fldj'.d; Charles Saiillcld, York T C Almand J." G: Samuel J. Willl? Simi s n and 1 S Grille arc registered at the I'allon House. I II Sciltx I ouisvillc Ky W J) Garuin." '.G.' dunng thu n the S unit tl c elcetion 1 i'l FM 1 made a stiitcmcut which de ulcd citj piper in its report sal 1 I11 inn igau charged I lood with a fdst hood.' Yesterday a reporter of thtil paper was told by'some of the Democratic Sen itors including Flood Ihut he h id m i Ii an error; that Flaunagan'-' had not used tho expression that is reported Tin morning s paper stated tint i that report was'correct; tbat he die ch irge t looel F! is nun i inj; Flo 1 w us in the Senate.'chamber, before Fliinnagaii rciUied there Inter it in shortly before the noon hour, outride Ihc railing not lo spcik to tlemcn. Flood wulketl iiji to liiiii with-a stick in his hand.; Fhinuagan biiel lib back'turned; and Flood 'denounced bin ipparentlj to ittract Ins attention 1 1 in turned uroiinc1 and for n see >ni tin; two Senators stood facing each other Then Flood raised his .flick, brought I down with tremendous force on Flmina gang held The second blow was struck and the bystanders caught bold.of Klooi aiid pulled him 'away. Flanniigan ap pcarcd to be stunned and daml, aiid-fcl upon Ihe floor. i FDLL HISTORY OF THE CRIME WIRE TAPPINGS. Jail Waia t Uaue of DAILY TiLKOKAra a' honey? Wasn't It th- btst issue of any paper evir pubtiihed in Ihli tcctloa f DUn'l it news? Yon lo be wlthont oonu a wert and worth more TAior, to HM V _., i S i Scorn Oraat It Hard, Iroa U Hut KTtat ibe beat eabliet a OavU' Dr. Palmer Dead. New TelcKraiili'a .SpceLil Service. March P. Piil: mer. one of the best known of Ih'c Vir- ginia antiquarians, and nn. writer: died., tonight.- On .the.-evening of Ihc day President .Cleveland 'Ecutlo Congress; his Venezuelan .message Palm'er v.isitcd hia rector, Rev. Grav: alt They were discussin, message and Ihc doctor'becamc excited and.con- demned lermn Ihc-Presidcul's utterances. He suddenly lost'all power of speech and hud to bt removed to a hospital It a severe blroViL of par he bad received For nearly three months he a'scmi-cotiFciouB condition, but never .recovered his fac- ulty of speech; f------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Kentucky Republicans, New Tclexniprrj Special Service. Lexington, Ky .March 4 of the Republican Stale Central Committee met here tbis morning, -with Jno W. Yerkit pf Louisville, presiding for (Ite purpose of of fiilag time and place for the convention nt which delegates to fit. Louis will b< selected. ilcKinley a itrong poll but tbe chances arc tbat a boom for Gotcrnor Bradley will be launched, x TkM to Uf) rakf When Bhlilon Sons say they meai It Ilterrlly They do not care to move all of their bid rtock in their It will cheaper to dUfr of at Ibe tint 5 City for 1805 UMt vald at aid paid by AfTrll let I will to collect by dlitrtai and kj law All MMd MCk taiW ofjwyioc liM to Mr date. .''iie'eiul Service BOSTON.' March Green halge In so ill tonight that' death Is rex pccteel every moment. RICHMOND, March -a of Ihc committee on dcBign of the .Teller son Ihi 1'iesu'e.nt 1 dlrcctci lo advertise.for designs for a lo be crtected In Monroe .-Park In thl cit) niul were offi ic 1 fntlicle Nkw-YoiiK, p.ulliorl stated that there will be no nc' 'ditional rcccKcrships for sublnics of Hi nalllmorc and.Ohio' railroad. The-.syf lem will at once hi provide 1 with ac! ditional en.uIpmcDts London Jjinkin houses, which placed Daltimor nn Ohio bonds, announced today thai. .Ihe) would purchase the cupons ns Ihey fc due. nllcn Nollrr W T having withdraw from the'IJlu'ellcliI our goods must lie sold this pay in cladlngfurniiure. BMJKFIF.I.D AUCTION HOUSE: Academy begins tho sprin trrm of the scholastic jcar on JaRiiar 83rd. The put five nionlhs have bcc unprecedented In the succese enjoyed b this inatilnllbn.; .We'.aolicil'lhe patron age of advanced pupils in the commo: tcbooli'ancl teachers. i Awajr 1 L Horton will
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