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Danville Roanoke Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 18, 1896, Danville, VirginiaThe Roanoke daily times. Vou . 143. 1�?Tfugk the Kkt vk3c8. Roanoke va., wednesday March 18, 18h0. H Del a8bociated press Tukik graph. 4li the news of the world t1ib we4tbkk. Re re it for Virginia fair and a ill Hlaj warmer variable Wlla. We re leak Hunters and finders. Doom Tohir roof leak ? Roanoke rooting and fatal Cornice co., Commerce St. And i Franklin Hoad. J. K. Colling Woc a manager Pron 13r. Russian cleaning fluid will clean Woolen gods or All i Jde. Just the thing for coat collars Etc. Vet a univ amp a by amp zoom Joni mgt a i flit Hoh a Rcd. The leather Larry Persy o Are Lerf and they say Thompson Price co. Ilove everything a liase Hall Man Enn need. See la Weir Chest protectors masks gloves Halls and ills and get lowest prices. Glance at our window. Thompson Price co., to 4h1i�ih ii is. Or. Albert a. Cannaday 81�?Tkci a . Diseases of the Eye ear Rose Throat. By a examined and glasses fitted. Of lace Comer Silt Avenue and Jefferaon Street. Over the cd Platlan Bnruce drug store Laronica l Horio 4 1. Residence no. 408 Church Street phone 245. Is a Beauty and a thing of durability Call and see it. Yost Forrer co let cd a ii Nir cinc a watch next to p. Fragrant Antiseptic dentifrice. Repeat it several timer to yourself commit the name Well to memory. Invest Only 25 cents in a bottle use 1t end Itie result will to Pearly Teeth healthy earns. And n Sweet delicious breath. Your a Rutlt recommend it so Why not get a bottle to Day phone 800 and we will Send 11 to you. Done to forget that we import on tooth brushes and each one la ramped on the handle a a made for ii. V. shall to scud one also they Are 25 cents each either hard or Quot he puts do prescr1pti0rs.�?� where to find us Hoat Braet Corner Jefferson and Norfolk a Mcuan. Main entrench on Norfolk Strnot three entrances on i of freon Street. Doore Edo och to Saccom Molato the Clowda. National 11 . Association organised Veat Eidht at Washington by representative of the minor leagues. Washington March 17.�?the representatives of the minor baseball leagues held an important co Ting Boro to Day at which a National organization was formed and Steps taken to Amoure remedial action by the National league on the grievance of of tho minor bodies. The wag a secret one. The following organizations Woro announced As the now National body. The Western league the Western association the new England league the Southern league and the Pennsylvania league. Patrick Powers who pledged the Southern league a proxy Lor Bis Broth a Harry Powers represented the Eastern Logue and said that when to made Bis report that body probably also would fall in Lino. It was also Given out that the Virginia league was Roady to link us fortunes with ten now organization. Iten. B. Johnson arts Dent Secretary and treasurer of the Western league was then elected president of the National association and j c. Morse the Secretary of ibo now England Loague was chosen Senra tary. Further than Tbs to Organ Izttie to was not completed. Council in Adjoe bed meeting reports of committees received and acted upon. Bevier on a Torr Avenue and on go neb Avenue Southeast new it tit contract boo olved and he for Rod tho mayor Mokes he com mend alone a to lights and if Linen too go estimate for tho by the bund the adjourned meeting of Council last night a a attended by the following members messes. Andrews Boehm Casey Coulbourn Fox Guy Hawkins Mcclelland Mcnamee Mays Starkey Terry Wilson and president Buckner or. Andrews from the committee on sewers reported adversely to a pro Noel ton of Dyer Vaughan a co. To am Promise a suit now pending against the pity for sewer construction also a Resolution providing for the Exton Slon of the sewer on rorer Avonzo 100 feet Westward in order to accommodate Cal it vary Baptist cur cd a Resolution providing that the City Angl near shall advertise for bids for constructing a sever on Randolph Street and cur cd Avenue s. A. For the improvement of the gutters and approaches to certain property on Luck Avenue All of Blob were adopted. Or. Maya from the committee on Public property reported that tho proposition of a r Lealu amp co., to Purchase the Berkowtz lot bad been referred to the City solicitor for opinion. To also recommended the Bale of two mules an old engine and certain other property of the City at Pullo aug ton a Boob was adopted. The fire and water committee reported a Resolution making certain improvements in the Jefferson Street engine House and elated that the chief of the fire department has asked for Bertaln apparatus which could not be granted owing to Lack of funds. The comm Leo also reported a Resolution directing the removal of All buildings within to pro limits not in accordance with the building Laws and not erected by permission of Council a bib was referred to the engl Neor for investigation and report. Or. Boobs. From the committee on log Bra reported that the investigated the Cost of lighting the Oliy and As the amount now exceeded s11.00u per year that an Effort should be made to reduce the expenditures. The first three year period will expire april 1, when the Olty can either Pur Ombaso the overhead construction such a poles Walros lamps and other appliance or discontinue the use of tho log Bra. He recommended by Resolution that the Light Oom Matteo Confer with the Roanoke electric la get and Power company with a View of obtaining a new contract and falling in this they should report to Conoll Blob was adopted. The following petitions and common la cations Wero read and referred petition of k. Ruedy and others asking that the Light recently removed from Nolan Street to Tazewell Avenue be returned to Ita former location was after considerable discussion referred to tho Light committee with Power to act. Petition of the Virginia brewing company and Tobera Asung that Wise Avenue to improved and lights placed thereon was read and referred to appropriate committees. Communication from w. S Mcclan Nahan asking damages for an Oak treo Cut Down of Bis premises on Franklin Road by order of the Olty authorities was referred to the Street committee for investigation and report. Petition of j c Clark asking that a Light to located at thirteenth Street and Salem Avenue a. W. And agreeing to pay the expenses until july 1, was read and referred to tho Light committee. A Resolution of or. Wilson to turning 85 to mrs. T. C. Greenwood being amount of rental paid by her on account of a benevolent entertainment Given at the old opera House was agreed to. A communication from the mayor calling attention to to Large number of lights reported out and also to the matter of making provisions for maintaining the Chain gang was referred to appropriate committees. The City Engineer submitted a communication in regard to Street cleaning and also in the matter of an Alley at the Pullo building a bib was referred to tho City Engineer and Street Oom Matteo for report. The Olty Aoh ool Board submitted its estimates for running the Pullo Soho la for the next ebola Sale year the items of a bib Are As follows the abhors salaries 816,110 janitors wages 8900 clerk s salary 8240 repairs stationery printing and books 8500 rent and fuel 81,too new furniture and beater 81.200 contingencies. 8100 salary of Auperin pendent 8600 commissions for City treasurer 8931 insurance. 8110. Total estimate. 823,092. Probable amount to be received from the state 85.800 amount to to appropriated by Council. 816.202. The report of the school Board was referred to the of Ommittee on finance and schools and education jointly. On motion of or. Hawkins the matter our new Stock consisting of books stationery 8chool supplies pictures Etc., is now on exhibition. Our line of Box in per and writing tablets cannot be excelled. Pianos and organs a 8pecialty. J. E. Rogers amp co. 104 8 Jef Korsok St Kkt. Of need of sewers on fourth Street and third Avenue n. Was referred to the sewer Oom Matteo. Or. Fox called attention to the laxity of tho Tawa of the City in regard to by Yoles and on bin motion the matter of regulating the running of those a of Beneson the streets was referred to the ordinance commit be to report an Oral Nance and especially requiring Lampi to be used at no get. Conoll then adjourned. District Kip Gil i cans. The convention to be retd in Vee Peke of april 10. A the Republican committee for the sixth District met in Lyu Osburg monday and issued a Call for a District convention. The fall is signed by the members of the Convent Jan. Messes. A. S. Asberry chairman 17. H. Faulkner a. Humbles w. H. Mosby j. Mclaughlin and read As follows Quot responding to to Call of the Republican National committee of the 14th of december 1895, for the appointment of delegates and alternates to the National convention to be held at i. Louis mo., on the 16th Day of june 1096. The republicans of the sixth congressional District and All voters to past political affiliations who Bellevo in Republican principles and endorse t be Republican policy Are cordially invited to unite under Tbs Call to participate in the selection of delegates and Al Cernata to a convention to be hold in Roanoke City on the lib Day of april 1896, for the elect Lon of two delegates and two alternates 10 sub National convention. Quot to delegates and Alt Rales to be appointed to such congressional District convention by Paob county and City of to District will be in number As follows Bedford ten delegates and five alternates Cani poll eight delegates and four alternates Charlotto five delegates and three alternates Halifax twelve delegates and tax alternates Lynchburg nine delegates and four alternates Montgomery eight delegates and four alternates Roanoke City Elgut delegates and four alternates Roanoke county eight delegates and four alternates procedure of so Lection and certification As provided in the Call and schedule for a Republican state convention. The delegates so appointed to the District convention May be the same As appointed to tho state convention or other persons As such county or City convention or county mass meeting May elect. Quot the Oertl fied Roll of such delegates and alternates As provided in the Call for a state convention paragraph will to Dell ored to a. S. Asberry. At Roanoke City chairman of the congressional i Atrol Oom Matteo who accordingly upon to approval and direction of the District committee will make up the Roll of delegates and alternates so duly Oertl fied and Lay it before tho dust lot convention after calling the a Ami to . R tub bicycle Sikl is still with us. Drop in and see her. Buttermilk Soal Lac Box 3 cakes. Massie s pharmacy. Officer of the Horae gone Lettl. . Per a March 17 a the officers of to Dan lab Steamer Ursa. Who were recently convicted of carrying an armed expedition to tho cuban insurgents were to Day sentenced by judge Butler in the United states District court. Capt. J. Ii. S. Wilborg was sentenced to one year and four months in the Eastern Pence Atlary and to pay a Fine of 8300 and Cost. Tho mates Jens p. Paterson and Hans Johansen Wero each sentenced to eight months in the county prison and to pay fines of 8100 and costs each. The a notion for a new trial was overruled. The Case will be Takon to the supremo court Cherokee Hill uan Geil. Fort Smith. Ark. March 17 a Crawford Goldsby alias Quot Cherokee Bill a the notorious outlaw was banged at 2 08 Tbs afternoon in the United states jail Yard. He was baptized by a Catholic priest this morning. He was Cool and apparently cheerful when he ascended the scaffold. Quot Cherokee Buie was but 20 years old. Hts father was a while skinned negro and Bis Mother was a half Breed Indian. Or. Jameson s trial. London March 17.�?the examination of or. L. S. Jameson the Raider of the Transvaal and Bis fourteen companions was resumed to Day before sir John Bridge the Clef magistrate. Testimony concerning the details of the expedition was Beard from several witnesses. The usual Jingo throng Wab present and the court was crowded. To Christen the Plattle Tilp Iowa. Dos Mounkh la., March 1.�?governor Drake has re Colvos from Secretary Herbert. Of tho Navy an invitation to be present at the launching of the Bat be shop Iowa. Miss Mary lord Drake daughter of the governor is at tho same time invited to of Helston the ship. Governor Drake will accept to invitation for March 26. Dixon Derea Teil Murasan. Boston mass. Marob 17�?george Dixon of Boston Defeated Jerry Marshall of Australia in seven rounds at the music Ball to night. Marshall Hurt Bis leg in the fifth round. Tho Macb was the Star event of tho season. More than 4,000 people were present. I Poullon fronted. Peters Bro v�., March 17.-a Spe cu1 to the Index Appeal from Weldon w. O., nays a Henry Dow Don the negro murderer of or. Mantl m. Dodd. A amp a granted a stay of execution until his Appeal to the supremo court can to International monetary agreement. Paris March 17.�?m. Mellen tho French protect Lonist Leader in the cram Ber of dept les to Day presented a to lion that the government open negotiations for the bringing about of an International monetary agreement. The debate a Baribe Tel Al close expectations of an Early vote in the Senate. Senator Seberuian is keep log the question Lefore the Benet continuously end or. More an the still talking he fears Spain a Fezatt Clem will Lead to War. Bill to Amend the administration Tariff aet in the hence. Washington. March 17.�?the cuban debate in the Senate la drawing to a close and Tbs expectation la that a final vote will be taken wet bin a Day or two and possibly to Morrow. Or. Sherman la keeping the question before the Senate continuously so that the speeches Are not Likely to last much longer. Or. Mills of Texas and or. Platt of Connecticut Are yet to be heard but their Romaska will not be lengthy. Or. Morgan of Alabama too upload almost the entire session to Day speaking until o o Olock to night in support of tho resolutions. It was mainly an argument without dramatic interest. The senator severely arraigned minister it Puy do lome of Spain for impropriety in criticising senator. He also recited Many est Poncei of the Severi ties and Aero Otles with watch Spain was prosecuting the War. Or. Morgan said to feared that the fanaticism of Spain would Lead Ber to take up the Gao go of War. No matter How mild and proper the course of Congress might to. Or. Elkins Resolution directing to comm too on foreign relations to report on tho statue of to cuban War wont Over until to Morrow after a conference Between or. Elkins and or. Sherman. During the Day or. Pub of Alabama was recognized for a cont nuance of Hla Silver speech begun yesterday. He argued that the Omone for an International monetary conference was futile a England would not consent to it. To senator declared that if tho friends of Silver in the three political parties would be United in Ono Man they would elect a president by an overwhelming majority. Or. Morgan in the Courso of his Speeze Road Evl denotes of Spanish cruelties in Cuba. Ono referred to the massacre of seven Young men who Wero stood against a Wall and shot to death by a regiment of soldiers. Who is Reston Sable for that statement asked or. Hale. Or. Morgan wont on to read telling of violation of girls and the massacre of women and children. Six men gathering bananas were killed and bananas Staffod Down their throats a a joke. A cuban general was str cod of his clothes and exhibited before crowds of women then killed and his body dragged a mile. A Beautiful girl was torn from Ber Mother and carried off by a Spanish officer. Those atrocities were gluon with great minut Onesa. Or. Morgan said one if tho Lottner writers was a graduate of tho Virginia military Academy. Another letter was from a pm Lladoc Nolan and another from Gen. Daniel Sickles formerly United slates minister to Spain. Or. Morgan said these letters disclosed tho exl Stonco of a bloody War and it was the duty of Congress to Reno Golze that condition of War at existing. If War came said the senator there would be no Laok of Nonoy to bad seen tho confederacy Rulp itself from the mines and tho resources of the cart. The senator said in had received postal a std from the North bidding him to leave the country and Consort with to negro Maceo. But to could not be diverted by Toboso insults or by to attack of sume newspapers a bib assorted he was seeking a War with Spain in order to bring about the restoration of Silver coinage. Or. Morgan said be did not wish to give Spain any cause of complaint and be. Therefore favored the mild firm resolutions now pending. Quot and yet a added the senator in closing Quot i have not doubted that any action would cause this fanatical nation to Tako up the Guage of or. Mills of Texas gave notice that to would follow on the cuban question to Morrow. At 5 40 p. The Senate adjourned until to Morrow. Hours proceedings. Washington March 17.�?tho House devoted the Day to to Bill to Amend the administrative Tariff act of 1890 and passed it without Auba Tantal amendment. Tbs purpose of the Bill is to strengthen the act of 1890, some weak a pots Baving been developed during to six years it Baa been in operation. The Bill was drawn after extensive hearings and the advice and assistance of the Treasury department the Board of general appraisers importers and Tobera with prac Taal experience on to Subj it. One of to most important Oba Ngea makes increased duties and penal tips for undervaluation Commerce at the Point of undervaluation and not at 10 por cent above the undervaluation a provided by the present Law. The United states government report show Royal baking powder Superior to All others. Go to Donaldson s for carpets matting and Oil Olott. A new lot of Fps Anos organs music mandolins guitars violins Etc. Richmond music co. Rev store 22 Salem Avenue. Tub Kentucky legislature. It Yee Verdey who Sanator elected. Frankfort by March 17 a the Leff lbs nature adjourned to night after a sixty Dayan fruitless session. It failed to accomplish the two important acts it had before it the elect Lon of a United states senator and the enactment of legislation to save the states financial reputation. Governor Bradley has re fused to order a Spe Olal session and the state in in a bad Way. To joint session assembled a. To Day As peso ably As yesterday and the Roll stood sixty six present. Tho ballot waa then ordered for the last tote for United states senator. Neither tho democrats or republicans voted. Of motion of Hon. C. Z. Brown at the join Assembly a eternally fro Lily everlastingly and perpetually and for All time dissolved never to meet and thus ended the fruitless contest of Over two months duration. In the Bouse a Resolution was passed Denoun Cong the lawlessness and end Dorsing governor Bradley to tho end. The troops had dress Parade to night and leave to Morrow. Lieutenant governor Worthington to Day issued a Call for a Spoo Ial election april 11 to fill the vacancy in tho Senate caused by senator Welsa Loger a death. Senators Walton and James will resign tomorrow and the governor will order a special election to fusing to recognize Belr expulsion by to Senate. The Senate committee appointed to Levoat Legato governor Bradley and impeach him for usurpation of office and impose both Fine Sod Impala Ozmont reported to the Senate this evening. The committee. In closing its report declared that the use of military Power by the governor waa unnecessary for the preservation of the peace or for any other purpose and that it waa used solely for partisan poll Loal purposes wholly without warrant of Law Quot and was and la now a flagrant subversion of to civil authority by the military Power of the by a vote of 1 to 14 the report was adopted. Senator Jones and Worthington denounced the statements in the report a absolutely false in Point of fast and endorsed the governor. When the Senate convened Tala evening to republicans attempted to bring up the Revenue Bills but failed. Both houses adjourned sine die. This morning a personal encounter that would certainly have resulted in the death of either or both men had it not been for intervention of general p. Hardin and others occurred outside the Capitol hotel. Col. K. H Gartber was walking up to the hotel Whon be met Jack cd inn. Colonel Gartber said Quot How Are you Jack Quot and was passing on when cd inn a opted Quot did you Don t you speak to me Quot and at to same time made a movement for his Bip poo knt. Before a weapon could be drawn general Hardin rushed in Between the two men and such Odood in preventing a fight not before colonel Gartber however had Bald to Chinn Quot i am ready for you at any time. Air. It done to matter whether you speak to me or Kentucky Silver Campaign than Foht March 17.�?tho free Silver Campaign waa opened by the Blok Burn people in the opera House tonight. Senator Blackburn made a vigorous speech. Claiming that to failure to elect a senator was a remarkable Victory for free Silver. Senator Bron a ton denounced governor Bradley St. John Boyle attorney general Taylor and col. Lew Tarlton. Jack Chinn. Ono of tho orators of to evening declared that it was belter for tho state to spend 810,0.70 for militia than to Lave to pull tho net from some of the members and say Quot Don t Iboy look passenger and ticket aok.nt8. Let. J. R i an dots elect fld in run Dent of the american Annor Laton. Re Timon March 17.�?the convention of me american association of l passenger and ticket agents begun hero to Day. Dana j. Flanders of the Heaton and Maine Railroad waa Eleood president vice Cap. W. M Davidson of to Plant system who resigned a your ago. W. A. Turk of the Southern Railroad was elected vice president to succeed or. Flanders. A. J. Smith of the Lake Sboro and Michigan Southern was reelected Secretary the Coupon to cot committee asked for another year to prepare a ticket that would not be counterfeited. Almost sixty agents Are attending to convention. They were in tor Taino by the City in the afternoon. Auction. Carload or Keo Toeko horses for Hule Macli 90. J. T. Coker of the firm of w. Roach a co. Of Louisville by. Will sell at Pullo auction on March 20, 1396, at the Roanoke stables n Carload of High bred Kentucky horses. This Load consists of Drivers saddlers and roadsters among them being such horses a Quot Berry Wilkes Quot and a number of Tobor fast ones. Berry Wilkes is by Madrid dam Anna Berry. Madrid is by the great George Wilkes sire of Onward and sixty others in the list. Anna Berry la by Henry Clef and she is the dam of Tobin two fast onery or Berry and Jinks. Berry Wilkes is 13m bands High sound Blocky built Fine mane and tall Bay in Ocolor 5 years old kind and Gentoo and la a perfect Beauty. He is very fast and would make a no 1 gentleman s Road horse. The Broedling of All this Stock will be made known on Day of Sale. The Hosoa will be sold to the highest bidder no Reserve. Sale to commence at 10 a. M., rain or Abl no and no by by dding. Horses on inspection March 18, 1896 or. W. 0. Williams will take pleasure in showing the horses a Fioro Aalo Jay. I Kokk Sou Farmer the Well known piano tuner will be in Roanoke on monday dts inst. Any orders left at Ware room hobble piano co will re Colto prompt attention. Of to Donaldson s for Wall paper a full Lino of new Gooda. Fob a debug Bis. Fol lib second Day s trial of Solomon Marable at Farmville. W. F. Clark a merchant of Cha a City or. Mana Era Herbert blonder. I. V. Ltd re Ory and h. C. Or Acney to itty. Daman Long Tiit Mooy Riuo Fornor Mckinney and judge Flournoy among tie spectators. Farmville va., March 17 a this waa the second Day of the trial of Solomon Marable for the murder of . Lucy Pollard. Cart opened promptly at 10 of clock. W. F. Clark a merchant of Chase City was the first witness examined. To stated that Marable came into Bia store on to morning of the 15th of june last and Apont eleven dollars Wlton him. Marable Thon requested him to write a letter to Hla brother and enclosed fifteen dollars in it. Ben Daniels a negro from Mecklenburg was next examined. He said Marable came to his House the tuesday after the murder and informed him that a woman bad been murdered in Lunenburg. Or. Saunders Herbort Saunders and w. V. Gregory of Chase City wore then examined and testified that they were in the posse . The testimony Given was mainly a repetition of that Beard at the first trial. At 3 33 o clock judge Crutch reconvened court after a recess. Among the prominent a pfc tat Ora noticed Wero sex governor my Kennoy and judge Flournoy. The most important evidence introduced during the afternoon was that of h. C. Gregory who testified yesterday but egg recalled by the Proi Moutlon to prove to statement made by Marable at his former trial. Gregory stated that Marable swore to held mrs. Pollards bands Wyllo Pokey Barnes struck her three times with a stick Iben Mary Abernathy struck her twice with an axe. Wilson Abernathy was the last witness called. Here the prosecution rested Belr Caso. Or. Franklin counsel for Marable stated to had no evidence to introduce but submitted a motion to throw out the evidence of Captain Cunningham and h. C. Gregory. Judge Crute overruled tho motion. Court then adjourned until to Morrow morning when both sides will be ready to submit instructions. It la tho general opinion hero that the jury will agree and that a verdict will be reached to Morrow. Acquitted of one 0ba8oi. Tho Coo Lott decides that or. Drown w hot guilty of immoral conduct. San Francisco March 17.�?tho you Oil that la sitting in judgment of to Rev. Or. Brown Baa acquitted to accused pastor on one charge. After Long debate the Conoll men came i the conclusion that or. Brown was m guilty of any immoral conduct wll mrs. A. Stockton. They based the opinion on the following facts 1. Bat mrs. Stockton was not woman whose testimony could be take for tho truth. 2. That bore was no evidence introduced that was Strong enough la s Legi a Onse to convict the pastor. 3 that he had shown mrs. Shockto kindness in the Way that a Christli minister should and that she bad take advantage of that kindness. Lnda to Meriels a suit hot turd. London March 17.�?the a Venlo news Tala afternoon announces Bat to suit for 825,000 damages for libel soul so meet again William Waldorf autor proprietor i tho pall mall Gazette has been Settle out Fourt. It is added that or Atac will apologize to lady Henry so Morse and that the pall mall Gazette a Twenty Tobor papers will pay tho coat the libel complained if grew out of to Effort made by lady Henry Somerset i Reform the notorious drunkard it Jac Cakebread who Haa been convict a hundreds it times. Found dead in tied. n. C. March 17.�?william Conrad one of the beat known Post office inspectors in tho country was found dead in bed Tala morning. He had been in business in Florida and Washington d. C. He entered the postal service in july. 1889, and was atone Lime division los Perior in charge at Denver. Death is believed to be due to internal injuries received several weeks so. A a and Walling in . Newport ky., March 17 a Jackson and Walling arrived at the jail Here at 4 o clock from Cincinnati. There was a big crowd in waiting but no like demonstration. People say they Are bound to respect Law and give the prisoners a fair trial. Go to Donaldson s for parlor and bedroom suite Brothers pianos. Factory prices. Easy payments. No interest charged. Hobbie piano co., 8qle dealers

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