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Danville Roanoke Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 3, 1896, Danville, VirginiaThe Roanoke daily times. Assoc Cattad press lbs rain. All the a Mph or the would. Pebb we Talutto re rec at for Tyril hot fair de of lewdly colder Raj Nunda. Tampa Ruttar will Furto a boat Fryer to in the moral no. It is foolish \ to keep on paying out Good to nay to a a a tick or tor slopping leaks in your roof it is Doss not atop them Isnit it we have stopped leaks that others failed to and. Don tear Hoof Lek ? Roanoke Hoong us Metal Conice co., now atm i. End tia Akua Road. J. B. Killing Wood manager. Phone Sib. A Huyler a Bon Bons and chocolates latest unique novelties a a suitable foil 44<easter offerings 9? Mai orders Given prompt attention. The a leather Larry Persy Are Here and they say Thompson Price co. Have everything a liase Ball Man can need. See their Chest protectors masks gloves balls and Bata and gel lowest prices. Ounce 11 our window. Thompson Price co to ainu pm ii m. Sterling Springfield Columbus bicycles. To kit. Sold by Yost Forrer co Iltz Dye a see the bargains we Aro Oll ering in carpets Mai Tings cham8ek and parlor sets before making your purchases. A also Irno an elegant line of papers in die newest designs which we Are Selling at Bottom e. H. Stewart furniture company. A ton make. egg dyes free from Poison. At a a Barnes it Quot he pots a up where to find us Southeast Corner Jefferson Street and Norfolk Ayune. Main Entrance on Norfolk Avenir three Entrance on Jeff Chron Street. Doors enough to accommodate the crowd. The forecast display station important correspondence on the subject. Tea Tlush Light system will not prob Whir be , Bat a pall set of Oad temperature piece will be porn teed Bourke. Tel Bel it Foro Wiita Al Waro Loce win to Bent by wire. Yer Conlo Poat Meetre appointed. Wasu Noton following fourth costs postmasters in Virginia Ware appointed to Day to fill vacancies caused by resign Tiona Amaru Lucs j. A. Mcl Lebec Flat Ridge j. F. Russell Moseley John stauffer Turner d. R. Stokes wan James Ilene. True United states government reports show Royal raking powder Superior to All others. Go to Donaldson s for parlor Ted bedroom suites cheap. The president of the Young men s business league e l. Stone writes to the times concerning the request made some time ago by the league for the establishment of a signal service 1b-mils Community enclosing a letter to Hon. Peter j. Otey from a. L. Moore Ohlef of the weather Bureau and one to the business league Troan Edward l. Evans Loose forecast official both of Wiloh Are published below and speak tor themselves. In conclusion the president of the business league say it a the signal Eer. Vice matter a is now being considered and if Astle factory arrangements can be made the daily fore Ossis and warnings will to sent to the outlying communities from Roanoke. A satisfactory method of doing this has not Yot been Dev Sod. While the system suggested by or. Evans would not to noir so effective so to Flash Light to feel that it is the beat that can to done at following is the letter of or. Moore to congressman Otey Hon. I Etor j. Otey m. P., House of representatives. Sib to reply to your letter of the 10th instant i have the Honor to inform you that the Manor has been referred to the tie ton director of the Virginia climate and crop service at a Lomond who has supervision Over the location and establishment of forecast display stations in Virginia and who will correspond with the Young menus business league of Roanoke arrange All to details and notify this Bureau when l Hoy Are prepared to receive the forecast telegrams for the display of weather signals. Upon receipt of the director s report 1 will at once author Leo the Telegraph service and the shipment of Fluga and inform you of the notion taken. Very reaper fully Wauge l. Moore chief of Bureau. The letter of or. Evans to president Stone of to Young men s business Ilc Agur is dated at Richmond va., and is As follows dab Sib referring to your letter of recent Date relative to the establishment of a forecast display station in your City i am directed by the chief of this Bureau to say that a full set of weather and temperature flags will be furnished Yoa and the Dally forecasts and the warning sent by wire All at the government s expense. Esie advise to if this is satisfactory. I think arrangements could to made to hav Eforo cast messages distributed by mall to most of the country about Roanoke if you can interest your postmaster therein. Everything necessary for this service would be furnished by this Bursau and it would really give your Section a better system of forecast distribution than by the to Bod of Flash lights. Awaiting your reply very respectfully. Edward a. Evans local forecast Offil Olal. Asst. Director. A disastrous fire. Brunswick Oso a april 2 a a Are started Here about 1 30 p. M., which swept Sway Many of the most prosperous business enterprises of Brunswick and for a Elmo it was feared the whole town would be in ashes. The total loss is conservatively estimated at about 8500,000 and the insurance is placed at 8400,000. Another shortage discovered. Pitt Izuno april 2.�?another shortage amounting to 830,000, was discovered to Day by the committee auditing the books of Fez cloy a Hornoy Motel and. A Walck 8l�. Tax bargain advertised in these columns a Day or two ago of a Standard piano by i Hoble Plano company was sold almost lems lately Wiloh is the Best evidence of the fact that when this company adv Ortuse a bargain it is a bargain and the Publio Are Quick to recognise and appreciate it. Or. Albert a. Cannaday specialist. Diseases of be Eye ear Rose Throat. Eyes examined and glasses fitted office Comer Salem Avenue and Jefferson Street. Over Lear Bros. Do store Ceoffice a in hone 4fl. Residence no. 403 Church Street phone 245. Easter an music will soon to Here. Barter la the torn Ink Point of rail Ngy a Dav of Joy new use happen sea Ann gift. Nothing Conul be More appropriate a a gift Toan i be one Hundred and Oue Odd Little fare to be round in a Well stocked stationery store the Price Are economical and the Stock la varied and pleas log enough to auit every taste. Bee on a lock of a Manor Ami Organ. J. E. Rogers amp co. 10� i. Jefte Uson 8t1iket. Interesting police statistics. Ike record for three jul store or to Fly icel your March 31. Below it Given in condoned form the police Zouri Matsil Alloa fir the past nine months. It is quite important As show log attendance at this institution Between the White and Hlaoky race. The report Stowt that a great Many More Whites Are arrested than coloured. This will perhaps be quite a Surprise to the majority of our citizens but auth is the a ase. The number of Quot drunks and disorder lies Quot will Alto be of interest As compared with other offences. July 1895�?White men 110, coloured men 59, White women 31, Dolored women 18, total 118 arrested on warrant 85, drunks and disorder lies 100. For other offences including violation of the sunday Law Tunsoy Misdemeanour con vesled weapons felony wanted out of the City resisting of Floers obstructing sidewalks a resp Eta sanitary Law disorderly Bouses suspicious Ahser soles veg Snoy fornication and Selling whiskey without a License 54 number of fines for ally 05, the state 7, son to grand jury 4, oases appealed 4, amount appealed $80. Flinos imposed 8438 25, fines collected $239.60.fllnes suspended $23.50. Augusta White men 107, coloured men go White women 22, coloured women 40, total 235 drunks and die orderlies 04 arrested on warrant 41 All other charges 07 fines City 111 state 4 grand jury cases 5 appeals 4 amount appealed 800 amount of fines $567.50 fines collected 8103.10 fines suspended. $41.50. A september Wylte men 99, Dolored Mon 00, Wylte women 27, coloured women 15, total 231 drunks and disorder les 08 warrants. 41 other charges 77 fines City 120 state 2 grand jury cases 6 appeals 1 amount appealed s3 amount offices 8530.48 amount collected $217 57 finos suspended s31.50. October White Mon 75, coloured men 74, White women 7, Dolored women 30, total 186 drunks and disorder lies 88. Warrants 807. Other charges 66, fines imposed 115. Grand jury oases 0, amount of fines $548.50, fines collected 8244.45, Flinos suspended 824.60. November White men 133, coloured men 82, White women 10, coloured women 16, total �50 warrants 55, drunks and disorder lies 103, other charge 87 fines City 1g8, state 8, grand jury 9, appeals 1, amount appealed 810, amount of fines 8480, amount collect of 8247.78, lines suspended 8 0.45. Deo Cinberg White Mon 156, coloured men 147, Wylte women 5, Dolored women 10. Total 318 drunks and disorder lies 158, warrants 41, other charges 110 fines ally 187, stale a grand jury 22, appear 1, amount appealed 20, amount of fines 8650 50, amount collected 8208 91, amount suspended 880 07. January 1806�?while men 128, ool Rod men Iso White women 0, coloured women 12, total 269 drunks and disorder lies 82, warrants 57, other charges 180 fines Olty 108, state 3, grand jury so appeals 8, amount appealed 885, fines imposed 8501, collected 8215.95, suspended 86t 90. February Wilto men 110, Dolored men 54, White women of Dolored women 15, total 104, drunk and disorder lies 61, warrants 38, other charge 05, Filee Olty 60, state 7, grand jury 4, appeals 1, amount appealed 85, lines imposed 8327, collected 8100.15, suspended 810. March White Mon 145 coloured men 73 Wilto women 10 coloured women 24 total 252. Drunks and disorder lies 81, warrants. 40, other charges. 102 fines City 92 state 5 grand jury 6, appeals 3 amount appealed 845. Fines imposed 8457 50, collected 8183.60, suspended 850.50. This shows a total of 1,172 Arres 8 of White men so sleet 765 coloured men and 138 Wilto women so sleet 180 coloured women during the nine months above enumerated. To number arrested on warrants was 417. Most of the warrants were sworn out by private titi Zens and the cases Many of them did not result in to imposition of fines for which the Polico were not in any Way liable. The total number of drunks and Dis of Idelles was 865, against 827 under the head of All other Charger and under the head of other charges there Wero 266 guests for the night who were released in the morning without fines leaving Only 561 cases in Sll against the above drunk and disorder lies. The total amount of fines imposed was 84,500 73 the amount collected was 81,042.31 and the amount suspended was $359. U2. _ court of Al foals. Decisions rendered by that body at Richmond yesterday. Richmond april 2 a in Thoo ourt of appeals to Day judge Keith handed Down an opinion in the Cate of Richmond railway and electric company is. Mrs. Elmore Bowles. The Doreo wet a in lined. Judge John w. Reily Moro took insurance company is. Rodefer Bros. Corporation court Olty of is Nellle affirmed. Jud . Cardwell Garland s administrator it als. Is. Garland s administrator Etc. Ciroulo court City of Lynch lung decree reversed. Judge John a. A Luchanan Pierce is. A Orlyce hustings court City of Portsmouth judgement affirmed judge George m. Harrison Chesapeake and Ubalo Railroad company is. Ssh s administrator or out court of Lynchburg affirmed. Commercial rank is. Rucker circuit court Olty of Lynchburg dismissed As pm providentially awarded. Spoor is. Pendleton Etc circuit courts myth county Appeal refused. Hunt s administrator is Norfolk and Western Kiil roid company circuit court of Lynchburg writ of error refused. Harrison Etc is. Lynchburg furniture co it als under Pelillo i of Wood a on Johnson furniture co. To rehear an order refusing its Petit Lon for a Appeal petition refused. A a Brick Pomeroy dying Milwaukee wia., april 2.�?�?orrick&Quot Pomeroy the noted Primor editor and proprietor is dying of dropsy at Blythe Bourne l i. His Caso la Bop Elota and death is Only a matter of a Fow Days. Homes Defeated yesterday Bostons win by a score of twelve to six. A Large crowd to we Tirol the great game notwithstanding tho cold weather. To a Pana Quot enthusiastic Whan our boys played Hall a Meme with the twice Peno eat Winner. Of Baltimore to Day. A very Urgo and enthusing to crowd witnessed the Ball Gams yesterday site recon Between the Bottons and Roa Nokes notwithstanding the intensely old weather. The former club has been reorganized and the manager claims that it la now the fastest team that Ever went on a Diamond. The Quot fans Quot were in Good voice and on the jul valve and when a Good play was made Wero ready to howl themselves hoarse. The Home team put up a Good game and by their hard hitting and fast Fielding the rooters dealers that no team in the Virginia Utate league has any right to beat them. Quot bobs Groves the left fildor played a particularly Brilliant game numerous High files Wero brought Down in Auorb a a manner that the Cranks went wild with enthusiasm. The Bostons arrived on the ground at 4 23 o Olsok and five minutes later Umpire Wright called Quot play Ball Quot and in a few 6ecouds every Man was at his Post. Cheesbro went in the Box and twirled to sphere for the Roanoke. Hamilton the first St the bet hit safely to left Field. Long knocked an easy Ball to Cheesbro who in attempting to make a double play threw wildly to Sheehan at second thus allowing two Mon on bases when Bath should have been out. Lowe hit an easy one to Cheesbro Sod was thrown out at first. Duffey hit safely to Conter Field Tucker Lent the Ball High in the air in the left Field and was out on a Fly to Groves. Hamilton who was on third scored on to throw in to Home plate Llannon hit an grounder to tho Pitcher and was throw ii out at first thus retiring the Side. In the second Collins was struck by s pitched Ball and went to third on a right Field hit by Stivetts. Tenney and Hamilton went out on Fly balls to Cook run and Groves. Long sont the sphere safely into Center Field and scored both Stivetts and Collins be crossed the Home plate on a passed Ball Lowe was called out on strikes and the Side was again retired. Joth Duffey and Tucker went out in the third inning on Fly balls. Rennon caught the Ball on tho end of his Bat and made a two base hit. Tho Side was retired by Collins going out on a Fly to Groves. In tho fourth Tenney wont out on an easy grounder to first. Mains followed on a pop Fly to the Pitcher. To Side was retired by Hamilton to pet of the a Phillies Quot striking out. Lapp went in the Box and pitched tho remainder of to Gamo. In the first inning he was batted for four bangles and a Triplo with a total of four runs. In the sixth Hamilton was again called out on strikes. Long made a two base hit to left Field but died on second and tho two next bitters were both retired in order. Tho run getting was a tarted again in tho seventh. Tucker went out to Lapp Rennon was hit by a pitched Ball and a cum on the two base hit Mado by Collins. Tenno caught to Ball squarely on the end of his Bat and seat it in the Corner of to grounds in deep Centre Field and made the tour of the Bises before tho Pitcher could get the Ball. In the eighth Hannon bit safely and Collins was struck by s pitched Ball but the men were retired without scoring. Silvetti of world wide and National reputation went in the Box for tho Bostons the first three innings and was found by the Home team for two doubles and a single. In the first tho men were retired in one. Two and three order. In the second Sullivan lad off with a Safe bit. Wrigley went out on a Fly Ball to second base. Tale was base on balls and Sullivan and Tate stole a base and the former scored on a two Bagger to Center fled by la Fleur. The latter scored on a High Fly to left Field. Cockman hit Stivetts tor another two Bagger to the third inning but was forced to die on second because the other men would not s lire ble puzzling delivery. In the fourth tho men wore retired id rotation with the exception of Wrigley who landed a Nice Little single in tho right fielders territory. Thle was the first hit secured off midis who rot red Stivetts the player wont out again in painful regularity in the fifth. In the sixth Groves hit an easy one to tho plot her and was called it at first. Williams was Given a base on balls and went to third on a Flold hits in which the batters were thrown out and scored on a passed Ball. Sullivan retired Mains in the beginning of the seventh inning. Tate led off with a iwo Bagger to deep Center fled la Fleur was called out on strikes Sheehan followed with a single and adored. Lapp and Cockran were Given Belr Bates on balls. At this stage of the game the rooters yelled lustily As the bases were full with but one Man out Groves went out on a Fly to left Field and Sheehan scored. Tate scored on a hit to left Flold by Williams. This ended the run getting for the Boa Nokia. They were retired in the eighth and ninth with but one bit to their credit. D�8 by ixxin09. I Janoko. 0 2 0 0 0 1 s 0 of ? \ blk a log a. 13004080 x�?12 13 1 the famous bal Temores twice Pennant winners. Will Plaj this afternoon and a Good game May be exp died. Great game expected. The Baltimore peasant winners will Plajer Haro to it Taj. This afternoon at 4 of Clook the celebrated Baltimore twice Pennant winners and pred noted by Many of the Quot fans Quot to be again Quot Oham pics Quot will appear at association Park against the Homo club. Everybody knows full Well now the a champions Quot play and As this is their third visit a Large crowd should be out to Greet them. A the old favourites a your own Quot v Brodle Pride of Roanoke will be seen in Center held Little Billy again be in right Joe Kelly will be found in left a muggy Quot Mccraw still covers third bag a Onnenga at Short and Quot Horny Quot Recti at second Are familiar figures while at first base in Carey s place will be seen that great new York kicker Jack Doyle. Behind the Plato Ibero will be seen Robinsons familiar form and to Silat a a Robbie there Aro Quot Billy Quot Clark and Young Towerman. 112 plt2�or.s Bere flu be Mamahon holler. Clarkson Esper Pond Gray Stocksdale and Corbett. They also have Donnelly a Flo All round player. Tho entire abrogation Are oven stronger than last year and Overy Man �9 in first class shape. Manager Hanlon has been fortunate in having such excellent weather Down South for practice and there is no doubt but what the a orioles Quot Aro in bettor a Apo than they were last year which is saying a Groat Doal. The Baltimore have a whole army of rooters Quot Here who no doubt will turn out in Large numbers to Welcome the coming to Morrow an old familiar face and form will to seen a new company. It la that of Quot Billy Quot Nash who for so Many years has bold Down third Baso tor the Bostons and so a j1118 lb6 Quot Amo tor tho Rolla Delphias and map talks the team. Another familiar Faco la that of Dan Brouthers who will be seen on first for them. Pitcher Orth of last year s Lynchburg team is also with them. Then Thoro Are Clements la Cross i Lilly Hillman Sam Thompson Jack Taylor and All the rest whose namoi Are so familiar to the Phillies a rooters Quot and who will All be Here to Morrow. Give the Phillies a Welcome. Petersburg woo Petersburg april Petersburg played their first Gamo of the Soa Aon of Day with to new Haven team resulting in a Victory for to Home team by the score of 10 to 5. The iii Jou Sleeten. Richmond vs., april 2.�?the Richmonds Defeated the Quot Bijoux team of Baltimore to Day by a score of 20 to 4 tub color line . It. App Reno. Inthe new York m. K. Conference. New Yorik april 2 a tho color Lino Wae distinctly a Palblo for a Short time in to Day s session of the new York m. E. Conference. It was precipitated into View by a Resolution offered by tho Rev. Do los Lull of Woodlawn which recommended that the gooral conference Taho under consideration tho advisability and expediency of putting a coloured Man on the Bench of Bishops. This was characterized by Ite Rev. C. Ii canny As an attempt at special legislation for tho coloured rate Many of whom to said had shown themselves ungrateful for favors received. Several other Tombers Poko in the same Strain after the Resolution disappeared from sight without having been put to a vote or Laid upon the table. Women a Lay Delegate. It fall River maas., april 2.�?tha South new England Mel Odist conference at Tala morning s session gave an Emp Batlo endorsement of the plan of admitting semen As Lay delegates Bob the proposition la taken up by the general conference in Cleveland nex May. T1ibiib is nothing Monk suitable Fok an Basikh Okkel Tang Tuan a Fox of uuylb1u8 Kink m1xbd non Bonn an l Alloco labs. I.atk3t Unks Tab novel tips at Massab i i Hak Macy. We Are Headquarters for everything in the musical line Richmond music co. Manufacturer s Branch House. I u. T. Jennings mgr., 22 is Ilam ave. contest. The Democrat will re Talo my. la the House. Washington april 2 a to Murray Elliot election Coni eat for can the first District of South Caroline was practically decided to Day by an understanding reached by tho hous elections , which Baa the Case in charge that the present member. William Elliot who is a Democrat to permitted to Rotan Bla seat. again to a Mekenney. . April 2.�?tbe sub committee of Cleot Lons no. 3 Baa decided to report in favor of Thorp to the contested elect Lun Case of Thorp a. Mckenney the latter named being tho sitting democratic member from the fourth Virginia District. The jury Citable to agree. Baltimore april 2.�?the jury in tho Case of the Ang Ollers. Husband and wife charged with murder in the first degree Wero discharged Thea afternoon because they Ould not Agron. They Wero out since 3 o clock yesterday afternoon. It la understood that from the first ballot the vote stood 11 to 1 in favor of acquittal a naw trial will probably to had. Although it is possible that tho Oast May be dropped. The accused Wero Rulett a on 820,000 Ball. From the iati0ial cup iii what was done in the Senate and House yesterday. The. Peat Offles appropriation and 8.8-.ldlo la tha Howard Ual Varally appropriation debated la the Honroe tha sundry civil hot parted the conference report on the Caban conure up today. Washington april 1.�?the Post office appropriation served to bring out some Sharp discussion in tho Senate today on the propriety of abolishing country Posto floss and absorbing the Bra Nohea of Otles. Or Gorman opposed the plan Asun Democrat to. He stated that the Baltimore potato flite territory no Judea two congressional districts and Thea Post Filce Power was exercised regarding the select Lon of men for co Grega. After a ape eos by or. Elkins advocating subsidies and other Means of extending Amer Taan Commerce on tho seas the Bill went Over. During the Day or. George Cloird Bla ape eos cover Long three Days in opposition to or. Dupont s claim to a seat. House proceedings. Washington. April 2 a tho question of appropriating for Publio or private or a Carlan Bills Wiloh has been debated for several Days was taken up again to Day. On former occasions tho Conten was managed by or. Linton a Michigan to publican who la one of the pronounced a. 1. A. Members in Congress. That contest was successful and by a Voto of 143 to 135 tho Bill was recommitted. To Day the Bene of Contention was to Howard University a coloured Leeiii ution of Washington for which so appropriation of 832,600 was inserted in tho sundry civil Bill yesterday on motion of or. Evans rep., by there was no opposition and no debate on the item yesterday. To Day or. Illner rep., Nebin whose temporary absence the amendment was adopted yesterday rallied Bis Force against the appropriation on the ground that it was both a private and sectarian institution a school of theology Bong maintained by the University. Or. Cannon or. Evans and other members who supported the amendment on the other hand declared that ,bt7. Wero opposed to appropriating Publio Money for a cotard an institutions but argued that the proviso freed it from this cult Clam. Poll Tica of course were injected liberally into the debate. Or. Sayers and or. Hepburn Wero especially prominent. Esh insisted that his party was More particularly tho Friend of the Black Man. The House vote d 120 to 1c5 to retain tho appropriation thus in a measure reversing 111 action Whon the dust lot Bill waa up. An analysis of the vote shows let 107 kopublictn8, 109 to Moorits and Throe populists voted for tho amendment and fifty five demo Crata and forty Sevon republicans and four pod hats against it. Tho sundry civil Bill As amended waa passed. To Morrow the House will take up the con Crenco report on tho cuban resolutions. To test the by Apulu Law Richmond. Is. April 2 counsel for Leohard m. Lacey who is confined in Alexandria county jail charged with violating tho Maupin Antl gambling act. To Day Poult lond the court of appeals for a writ of Hareas Corpus tho petition was submitted to counsel without argument. And will Homo up again May 9. Thea la a teat Case. Steed in Dorher. Brockton. Mass., april 2 a at tho Republican convention for the twelfth Massachusetts congressional dust lot to Day. Two delegates to the National convention were elected and a Resolution endorsing Reed was carried. A motion to endorse Mckinley As second Choice was lost. Bli Oclo a land s vote. Providence r. April 3.�?tho total vote for each candidate for governor in yesterday s i Motlon is As follows Lapp Ltd Republican. 28.443 Littlefield. Democrat 17,160 Peabody prohibitionist 8,032 Thiener socialist. 1,224 Burlingame. Peoples 713. Smith Crisp debate Atlanta qa., april 2.�?six thousand people gathered to night in the big Tah Ernale to hear the second of the series of the joint debates on the currency Between Secretary of tho Interior Hoko Smith and sex speaker Charles f. Crisp. Roth speakers were greeted with salvos of cheers. Moa eater the Fontal Union. Pekin april 2 a the chinese government has decided to enter into tho Pastil unto. Go to Donaldson a for Wall paper a full Lino of new if you Are thinking of buying a piano or Organ any Timaio the usar future you cannot afford to Overlook Tbs special Hor Guins and inducements now being offered in Cue Hundred Dii Lerent makes and Sty Las at Lobbie piano co. They have on hand nearly All Standard and celebrated innate Winch they Ura Oll ering at half value. Even if you do not want to buy right now it would in Tara at you to ass what Lay Are of Farug you will be surprised when you uvas Zigata. Call at once. It will Cost you nothing to see what they have. If Tine instruments big bargains and Assy payments go for anything they will not be on bans Iong

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