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Tried to Force Passago of
THE SALARIES OF JUDGEiS
Bill Pnssed to Ralso Pay of Those Who
Voar Fecloral Ermlno?Anior\d
ment Against Railroad Pnssos
and 'Phono Franka Dofoated
(By Assoolated Pross.)
vVASHINOTON', D. C, Jnn. 27.-S-.im
tor Qiuiy uindo nn effort to-<Iuy to hold
, tho Sonato ln contlnuous sesnlon to con
sldnr tho ntat.Vliood bill, but failed
hold n 'puorum and wns compelted on
?thmt nccount to ?Jlow tlie Soiui to to ?d
Journ at 0:20 P. M. IIip secured another
bnllDt. hflwovor. to t-eot the sentiment of
tho JVimto. tho \\jtn Ptntidlng 17 to 23
ln hls favor. Tho dny wns spont lu oon
?Idern'tlon Of ttw Btn.teUiooil bill, with the
?xceptlon of an hour -"-votod to a spoech
by Mr. Scott, of We.*t A'lrgtnla, on tho
Tho featuro of tih* wtatioTiood hlll tin.l'-r
?(?peclnl c-oiiBldorallon to-day wub t.he
Aarlsona rcfund-lng proposltlon. It wiib
oharwed that tho terrltory haa sought
to repiKlln.Ui Ixinds held by Blrd S. Cok-.r.
late Denirtcratlc candldnto for Governor
of New York Stato. Mr. ForaJcer ox
plnlnod that Uio IkiiuIs were orlglnally
JsHurtl by Plma county. nnd woro de
oloreil frniKlident by t,ho United Hint<t>
Aftemwnrd ho sn.ld tfhere had been leg
Islatlon by Congr?N making the- dobt
volld as agnhist tiio tcurltory ns a whole,
?nd thnt n.fterwnrdB the court hnd held
tho bonds to bo hlndlng. Mr. Fornkrr
eald that tho proccedj, arlsing from Iho
?nle of t.he bonds hud beon pockcted by
"a lot of tWoves and seo-iindrv-lH,"
Mr. Lodge suld that the hlstory of Iho
fconds would not bo oonsldered eredlt
ablo to nny o?mniunlty, rcga rdlrss of
whethcT they wero held by Mr. Color or
o.ny ono olrc, nnd he wns plenscd that
the ouofftlon ihnd bc<Mi hrought up. "bo
entiso," ho ndde.l. "It tlinnWH a strong
lt not a plenslng Ilght upon, tho chnrnt
ter of tho pooplo affectod."
In the House.
(By Asnoclnted ProB*.)
AVASiriNGTON. D. C, Jnn. 27.?Tho
Houso d-cvotod tho day to bllle reported
from tho Judloiary Commlfcte*. posslng
about twenty. Ono wa? to cure tho de
feet In the AA'ilson net expoped hy tlie
orlglnnl packiLgo do-clslontof iho Snprenie
Court by making Intoxlcatlng Uquors
Jmported 1nto States subjoct to Uio Juris
dlction of such Stntes. Tho bill Is do
slgnod to provont evaslon of tho local
law under tho origlnnl -packnge doe)*lon
In prohlhltlon States. Tiio oLhej- bill ls
the Sonato bill to lncrrnsn tho wiliirles
of Pedi'ral Judge-i. It rnlfiOj! tho pnjnrlts
Of tho Chief JusUen of the Suprome Court
to $13,000. the Assochite Jllfltlcos to ?I2,r.OO,
Clrouit Judges to $7,000. District JiiilgcB
to JO.GOO, Assoclato JukIIcob to $6,000 and
the JuBtlcos of tho Supreme Court of
the District ot CWumbla to $6,000.
Tho Houee voted down an amendment
offered by Mr. Handall, of Toxos. to pro
Whlt red'ernl Juilges from acceptlng froo
transporlatlon tvom riUlroads or tele?
graph or telophone frnnks.
A bill wns possed to tlx tho time for
holdlng court in tho AA'estern District of
Tho House ndjourned untll to-morrow.
Natlonal Government Conforms Its Lino
to Thnt of tho Statos,
(By Assoclaled Press.)
WASHINGTON. Janunry 27.?The Sec?
retary of Agrlculture hns Issued special
ordors modlfylng tho Tcxas fover quar
atititie line for tho StatM of Californla,
Toxas, Tennessee, Georgla, North Caro?
lina, Alrglnln, und tho Terrltory of Okliv
homa. Theso orders inovo tho line from
the Stato hordcra and adnpt the llno es
Inbllshed by tho Stalo and terrl-torlal
nuthorltlcH, who agree to co-cpornto
with tho departmont ln tho enforcement
ot the quarantlno rostrlctlons. Such re
Kt.ictlons for the Stnte of Tcxns und
the Terrltory of Oklahnma went Into of
fect January 1, 1W3, but for the remalndcr
of the States nnmed goes Into effect Feb
, The nuarantlne l'.no for A'lrglnia ls the
James Itln-er. That pnrt of tho State
south of It Is In tho affneted district.
Congressman A. T. Lntimer Elected to
(Bv ABsocln.tod Pro.'s.)
COLUTsntLV. S. C. January 27.?Con
grei>5mnn A. C. Latlmor rocnlvod the
?unantmous ivoto of both brnnohos of t
the Genernl AfsBembly to-day for United
States Sonntor to succe.sd tho Hon. John
Killed by n Fall.
Edward J. Cook, colored. of this city,
hns received news of tho death ln Now
Tork, from n. fall, nf hls brniher. Wil?
liam Cook. He was burled nt New Lon?
Free Packspo of Ihu Only Succossful
Curo Known for Drunkonnoos
Senl to All Who Send
Name nnd Addrosi,
lt Cnn Uc Put Secretly Into l:ood or Cofleo
nnd Qutcldy Curos the Drlnk Habit.
Ifow men beooino drunkards from oholoe
or Incllrm tlon?all WOlOOmo releano from
tho iiwl'ul .habit Goldon Spoclflc will oiro
tbe WOITII habltunl ?Irunkaril. Thla won
dorful ronimly can bo ailmlnlatci-nd by
wlfo or ilaiurhtei. ln food, tea, coffeu or
tnlllt, without oniiHng tho sllghtust sus
MR. nnd MRS. IIAW BURNSIDB.
plclon. ' Its ouro Is auro, without harmful
results to tbe gystetn, Many n homo In
now liappy by tho u/i?* of Golden Spoclflo'.
"My iiusbuuu vot Into the habit ot tuk
hig a drlnlt vr.th Uio boys on hla wny
homo," says Mr?. Harry Elurnalde. "Aftor
n while hj. camo home drunk froqueutly.
Ho noon loNt liii? posltlon and 1 hnd to
make a llvlng for both of iis ai.d the lli
tlo ehlldren. At times he tried to sober
up, but tho habit Waa too strong for him,
nnd then he would drlnk hardor than
ovor. I hcorfl of Clolrtcn Bpoclllc and Hent
for a free puckago. The trratment curcd
him. 1 put It ln his coffee nnd ho novor
know It nt all. Ho rogained hla old posl?
tlon and now wo aro hnppy In our little
homo nKuln. I ho;io you will s?rJ f!old?n
Speclflo to overy woman tlint-htts sni'fcrod
as I havo, aud snve hor lovod onca from
tbe drunknrd's grave."
Send your name and addrfss to Dr. J.
W, Halnos, 21(1 (llenn Building, Clnolnnntl.
Ohio. nnd he will moli you a frea paokago
of OoMcn Bpeoifio In a plain wrapper,
aocomponlcd by full direotlon* how to imc
lt. Ennugh of Uie remsdy Is sent ln each
froo package to glvo you nn npportunlty
to wltneso Its mnrvoloii.il effect on thoso
who aro nlnvrs to drlnk.
Do not dolny, Vou cannot fell whnt may
happen to tbe mnn who drlnks, nnd you
would nevor forglve yourself for waltlng.
TO HAVE BAZAAR
FOR THE HOME
One to Bo Hold in March and the Aid of
the Friends of tho Homo for Con
federalo Women Is Solicited.
Th? Jlomo for Needy Confederate Wo?
mon, estiibllshed October 15, 190(1, la n llv?
lng monument to the womon of tho Con
ffv.foraoy, a shofter wbloli lovlng nnd
tender friends prnvldo for the Confed?
erate women left pcnnllesB and frlehdless
In hor advancod ngo. The cry of tho.s*
womon comos ploadlngly to us from every
qunrtor, tlio lnst sad remnant of the
noblo women who boro the heat and bur
den of Uio dark nnd Btormy days of tho
Southern Cbnfederacy, who now strnggle
wlth poverty, 111 health aud old ago.
Thfso woinen ai-o tho sacred lcgnalaa
left by our dcud heroe.s. and they cry not
for u "Btone," but for bread. Our appll
catlons aro now ovor three hundred, nnd
wo aro ontV-avoring to ralse mpa:'s to
enlarge the work nn<l provlda for thitni.
To offoct this alm wo hold a bazaar ln
March, hoplng Ibercby to ralse means to
orcct n new and moro oommodlous build?
ing. We will most gratofully approcldte
any aaslstance from the publto you may
Plcnse fond nll donntlons caro Mrs. A.
J. Pylo, Plfth Street; MIbb Cuatls Lee,
president: Mra. A. J. Montaguo, flrst vlco
presidoht; Ml>s Ruby Bodoker, second
vioe-presldenti Mrs. A. J. Pylo, treasurer;
Mra. Allce Reddy, secretary.
Highland Springs News.
John T. Dale, a wcnlthy ond lnfluentlal
bualnoss man of Chicago, called on his
old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dowitt P.
Hubbar?, unexpeotedly a fow evonlngs
Mrs. Unnlol Smlth Is rapldly recovorlng
from Tier recent lllness.
Mrs. Ida Plsher, Mrs. Stephen Curry,
Mrs. Cnrmen Plsher and Miss Nellle
Ittchardson, nll residents of Ohlmborozo
Pnrk, Richmond, woro guests ou Sunday
of Mrs. W. A. Blnnkenship.
Mr. Jourdan and dnujrhtor spent Sun?
day wlth friends ln Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Rlankenshlp nro tho latest
ncquls'.Hon hero. Thoy expect to mnke
a permanent residence hore. They came
Mr. Jourdan. who enwa iiero from near
Crf.wo, Vn,, has taken pnsse.-^on of..N,ty;\\i
old mansion ^iml ivs,V,wbVij-(hWi^S.ifl't''''ihtf
1&A? I>v. Garimtt,'.;: w'Ji.'cVi' ho has pur
ckaaed, and expocta to inalce It his futuro
The roll of honor of Boven Plnos School,
Is ns follows: Nellle Werncr, Hazol Reld.
Nettle Bottoma, Sridlo Tlllor. Virsle Bot
toms, Rernard BAttonis', Ilnrry Posonaw,
Barl Held, Hob Tnylor, Prod W'ornor.
? U'll "J inc JilJO
,i : ? .. ' .,,.-?, ??., mnde up becaus
of tho loss by tlrn sovoral days ag
George's little homo.
MAKING B1G FIGHT
Trylng to Dofoat the Anglo
Aniericari Tobacco Alllanco
Accordlng to Advices.
A hand-blll Just received ln thla city
from England contains tho unusually ln
terestmg news thnt Mr, Thomas Qallalior,
of Belfast, Jrelahd, ls stmidlng In tho
wny of Ihn lmperl.il Tobacco Company
r.nr. Iho Ahiarlcail Tobncco Company.
Mr. ilnllnlin- ln nxooedlngly woll known
horc. Ho him a rohandllng plnnl In lllch
niond nnd several othor |i!*c?M ln Ihe
.?oiiTilry, nnd lio rtinkcs perlndlonl vlslta to
thlr. hMo of tho world, Moreovor, the
miccoBS of hls plans lu Dnghmd aro ot
(I)roct Intorost to tlie olty. IIo hns nl
r?a.iy nnnoimcort hl? intontlon or Invad-'
lng tho Amerlcan Hold nnd building n
funtoiy In Rlblunond. 111b attltude lu
Gieni Brltatn toward tho amalgamated
forcos Is t.-n flrst ntop.
Tho olroular received hero contains an
nrtlclo from tho Bolfast ISvenlng Tolo
gioph, prlnted ln rrclnnd nhout two woelirt
ngo. This rvrtlclc, whloh dcscrlbes tho slt
ufitlon ln dotall, nays ln pnrt:
"I'lihllc Interosl ln tho 'lobacoo war' Ib
beoomlne Intonslfled-by thn announceriient?
as to thn progr.iinnio of the 'oornhlne,'
Hlthrrto tbe anmUnm.ttlon In tho tobacco
trado hiin not produood tho resultx whloh
lls promotorfi antlolpatod nnd hoped. Thoy
hnve beon boldly met, and nll crforts to
crush MeriPTH. Oallntier. Llmltcd, the well
known HclfiiHt mnnufdeturers, havo bo
fur fnllod. Irlsti and cross-channol oon
Biinurs and rctallors hnve been keenly
nllve to their own lntcrosta nnd fully
recognlie tho nocesslty of mipportlng Mr.
(Inllnhor in the flght to mnlntaln nllve
nnd vlgoroua n llrm Indepondent of com
l.lnes nml a compbtltor ngulnBt thom.
The triiBt lin.t fulled to Injure or provent
tho .contlnuoua grdwUi ol Messrs. Gnlln
h?r's bilslness: The Anglo-jiinorlcfn al
linnces aro bacomthg desperato in their
efforts to complete tholr monopoly, by
which, If onco establiahed, tlioy would
in a vory ahort tlmo rocoup themsolvea
by nn Incro.-ijo ln prloos for tno exponc?
to which thoy havo beon put iu carrylng
Hi their pronent oostly propoganda. Tho
rotallers would be powerless If suoh a po
Hlllon eventunted, herause no othor Bourco
? ?!' supply would then be ayallable; thnt
in tho dnnger against which the rotallers
ln this country hnve to guard. and hav?
ing beon forowarned thoy should be fore
niino.1, Krom tha press cxtracts glvon
below It la nppsircnt that Mr. (Inllnhor Ib
tho 0110 who Is tho 'Hon ln tho path,' nnd
is st.-inilliig In thn way of Iho Anglo
Am'erlcan truxt capturlng the trado of
Qrent Brltaln nnd Irclarid. Ho Is working
it Hplcndld and chnractorlstlcally plurky
right, nnd bo long as the homo trodo
Hlnnds by him ln tho present loynl mari
nor thn 'white flng' of siirrenilor to tho
monopollFtn wlll nevor ho oxhlblted."
Thon follow sevornl exlrncts from other
papors, n.'ttlng forth the nietho.Ui ot tho
nmalHiiimitod forces. The r.i-tlcilo Con
oludos as fo'llows: "With respect to tho
sliitement thnt 'no nrrnngemont with Mr.
Thomas Oallahor wlll lio dlscusaed, and
that tho cut wlll bo continued untll ho is
driven out of biiMnoss,' it may nt once
bo stated emphattoally thnt no arrange
mont whatovoi hns ever boon Bnggosted
by Mr. tlnllnhcr. nnd that h? hlmsnlf is
dlstlnetly hostlln to nnyttilng ot tho sort.
Tho parngrnph ln thnt respect Is mlslend-j
lng. Mr. Gallaher hns chosen hls nttltiule
r.ftor cnreful eonslderatton, and bo fnr
as he Is concorncd tho last word has been
I Mincr S. Murrill Hns Wandered Away
From His Home,
Major Howard hna boon asked to look
out for Mlner 9. Merrlll, who left his
homo ln Canton, N. T? on Novomher
29th. It lt. thought hls mind ls unbal
nnccd. Ha Ib forty-throo years old, flvo
feot eight inches ln heigh't, weigrliB 148
pounds, has brown halr mlxcd with
gray, heavy mustacho, gray-bluo eyes.
All Informatlon mny be sent to No. 11S
Elm Stroet, Ellzabeth. N.'J.
A Marriage In Louisa,
On Dccomher 2S. 1902, ln the presence nt
mnny friends, In attostatloh of their hlgh
esteem, MIrb H. Clay Bowles nnd Mr.
John B, PorkhiB wero united in mnrrlngo
at the resldoneo of tho brlde's brothor,
Mr. Kdgar A. Bowles, ncnr Jackson, A'a,
Tho attondants woro: Dest man, Mr. Ed
g?r A. Bowles. with Miss Adlce \Aral
ton; Master nich-ird A. Porklns, with
Miss Mary T. Porklns; Master O. Curd
Porklns, with Miss Cathorlna Zenobla Pcr
To tho Btrnlns of Mondelssohn's woddlng
ninrch, eweetly rondorcd," they nBcondod
the ultnr, where, by tho Rev. '/.. Psrker
liirlmrilfon, of Louisa, wero pronouncrd
the -j-oti:}'* whloh mnde them man and
(? i ('? lirHc -wn.'i. ncntly gowned ln brown
br.Ht-lcloiii, whlle tho groom wns eqimlly
well ntdrod ln n well flttlng sult ot blaok,
Tho bride is tho youngeflt of the famlly
of tho lato Rlchard C. Bowles, of Jack?
son, A'n., and Iho groom Ia nnd hns long
b( en a popular nttachc of tbo Cbefiipealtn
nnd Ohio Railroad, with headqunrtcrs at
Ulnton, AAr. Arn. f
Gas Mctre Found.
Pntrohnnn Shtppard found n gus metor
at tho cornor of Clay nnd Slxth Streets
Inst night. It Ib suppnsad to have beon
stolen from somo vncnnt resldenco. It
wns corrled lo tlie Second Polire Station
and to-day wlll ho turnod over to tho
Llght Departrnont of tho city.
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
No Uato, nn orlor, C?n be ?1t?i ln flnw of
wntrr, trn or coff? without ptlloufn knoirb
wlilto Itllilioo lUuedjt will niri' or dc?tror
tha i!l.,.n,,,| oppoclto for nlcnlmllc ntlmulinbi,
nnetlirr ilin patlent U a conurniod Inabrliln,
n '.'tlpnhr," aeolil drlnker or drunlinra. Itn
P?>iillil? for nnyono to i?m ?? sppttlte for ?P
eonolla llijuoi-. nfter uilng Yfhlta Hlbbon Itcra.
Inderntrl by Memtiera of W. 0. T. D.
Mrn. Mooro, pr*?? iiipiirlnUniUnt of Wo?
man h Chrlstlan Timpcrnneo Unlon, V?ntur?,
Oallfornlt, writesi "l hon> tetM \Vnlt? Illto
br>n rUtned; on rory oli.tlnnto drnnkiudn. nnd
tho cnrn Ihto lioen mmiv. In munr e?M? lh?
Ilcinrrl/ wm Klvn llncrBjlr. I rhn?rfiillj ro.
eomniend nnd Indorto white Ribbon ltemeilr.
Mnnibem of imr Pnlon nm rtpllfiitod to find
an ri-wi'imlml trmitment to idd ut In our tnin.
Dnifgtltl or ny Wi|), Ji. Tr|?i pnoknije freo
ny wrltlnit *lrn. A. M. Toim>rnd (for ftnrn
"nrrolnrx >r n Wnimn's Chrtrtlnn Tnmpor.
nncc Dnlon). No. 2ig Tremont Rtrivt. Ho?(on.
Mnn. Sold ln Hlchiiionil bj tbe TIUISI.I9
l)IU-n B-rnilB, No. Bn East llro.d Streot.
Effort LIkely to Be Made to
Secure a SIte ln That
It ia withln tho rnnge of probability
that nn eftort -will be made withln the
early fitturo to secure on the Qlii'ter' *k
tnte, neur Lnkes'.de, a alto for the pro?
posed new "Woman's Collagc, to bo ereoted
hcre by tho BaptlstB ot tho State.
Tho matter of puahlng tho romoval of
tho colli'ue hna Ialn dornmnl for somo
llttlo timo, whllo a spocial eommlf.tet has
been at work castlng about for a llkely
stta. Now, however, tho quosiioa la In
the opon uRaln, partloularly lu vlsiw of
tho fact that tho Hcml-nnuual mceting of
the Board of Trtlsteos will bo hold withln
lho next two wcekn or so. Tho clato haa
not yet bern finally aot, but upon thla
mceting much dopendg, Thn president of
Ihu oollego doclares that aomothlng will
have to be dono.
Several pltes have bcer. bofore the com
nilltee nnd a number of attractlve offcrs
havo beci received. Ono of thoso pro
poied slU^s is on tho property of Dr. It.
A. PattoiBon, on Qrovo Road, boyond tho
Pfelt Llno Itallronxl. Moro recontly the
Qlntor oatato hna como Into consldcra
tton, nnd thero nro Rald to bo several who
aro Btrongly ln favor of lt.
I>R. N1DLSON FA.VOKS IT.
Dr. .lanien Nelsnn, president of tha col?
lege, la much dlsposed to lend his Influ
onc?i to tha Olnter proposltlon. Speaklng
of tho matter yesterday morning ho do
clorcd that whllo sovernl were making
oyep ot tho Patteraon plnoo, he, peraonally,
fnvored the other. "Thero ls tho ldeal
flte>," he nald. "Tho wator and sowerogo
fncillties nro complote. Tlio location thore,
i\r,d Immodlately near by lf wo couldn't
get there, Ib beautiful. Plne arteslnn well
wntor Ib abundant. I hope wo shall bo
nMe to do HOmothlng ln this dlrectlon."
Concernlng tho mceting of tho trhatecs
Dr. Kelaoii said somothlng would have
to be done. Ifo thoughl soma doflnlte
rlans wottld bo fornvulated and that prob
tibly arrangemonts Jfor a campaJgn for
funds would be' mrtde.
Got Tired of the Navy After Serving
Detectlvo Gibson yesterday morning ar?
restcd a young man giving the name of
Georgo tPery as a deserter from tho re
oclvlng ship Franldln nt Portsmouth.
..0 young mnn was on Boventeonth
Btroot at tho time. He did not deny
thnt he had desertod. but conflrmed the
"Oh, I got tlred bolng ln the navy,"
How long?" aslted Mr. Gibson.
"Knllflted on .anuary Oth."
"You haven't hnd time to got use to lt
yot, so you'll havo to go back."
Tno young mnn camo from St, Lonls.
He will probably bo carried back to Nor?
Pclow aro tho ORtlmatcd earnings of
th< Southern Ilnllway ayFtem for tho
third wook In Jnr.ua.ryy, 1903; Southern
Railway Company, oxcludihg St. Louls
I.oulsvllle llnos, this year, $7S3,00" last
yo.-.r, $T16,.ir,9; Incrcaso, 16.72S.. Southern
Railway Company, St, Douls Loulsvllle
llnos, thla yenr, }74,OH; lnst year, $.'4,101;
Tho followlng Is a compnrnllvo Btnte
ment of gross earnings of the Chosnpeako
& Ohio Railroad for tho third wook of
January: 11)03, $:!I1.?M.27; 1W2. BOJ.ovii.nH: ln
oreaae, .13.5SU.71. For tho threo weeks ot
January, 1008, 976.flS8.7oj 1902, S79.475.42; In
\ Sergeant Mathews III.
Sergeant Mathowa, of tho Flrst Dlstrlot,
ls 111 at his homo on Venable Street.
Patrolman Kraft noted In his placo lnat
night, nnd iilled tho posltlon to tho sat
lsi'nctlon of Captaln Shlnberger.
Phelps and PelllgrinI Before
Pollco Court on Another
William R. Phelps and Matthow Pelll?
grinI, charged with conductlng a gambllng
houso or ipoker Jolnt at No. 618 East
Broad Stroot, waro balled In tho"Poilce
Oourt yesterday morning for thclr up
pearance on to-morrow.
Tho two men were charged with main
ta'.nlr.g an lll-gorerncd hous*. Complaln'
waa lruule by T. W. Terry, a saloon
keopcr of No. 1808 Franklln Street. He
said he was asked to go Into tho houso,
whoro he lost $lfi In pokeT and put up
hls^ watah. Ho then made tho complalnt.
Tho two mon aro well known ?portmg
charaetara. Thoy were arrestod lost sum
mer as a result of tho generai ralds,
and hi company with others wero piaced
under bonds for twelve months.
Should tho cn?o go against them, the
bonds under whloh they were p'.accd wlll
bo forfeltod, and tho $300 wlll ha.vo to bo
paid by the bondsmen, i
AVhen tho cnee waa callod yojtordiy,
the defense asked for a contlnuance on
the grounds thut their counixil wns out of
The acoused malntnln thnt they are
momliera of a chartered club, und that
the roomB of that club are located nt No.
fillt Must Broad. Thoy wlll endcnvor to
show that nothlng that doea not trans
?plre at any well ordered club happencd
tn their rooms, nnd Mr. Torry ls mis
Mr, Terry rormorly kefit a bor on Nortb
Fifth Strcet. Upon nppllcatlon last time
he was refusod on the protest of a num?
ber of pooplo In the netghborhooa, who
11WflVWftflhf>| *.? ?. dlsorderly ono. Then
he ??<?.-;? k. I.Vrv'ir- <,f\f,,-V<W,iV?.| ?,?>'.,?-, ,, ,? j
toome Interos-tlnE devslopmnVits' icAa ??*- l
peoted nlien tlic. rv.sv, .cwries >.u> to-nvrx- '
row. ' ?? A., IS. V. iTl)!?'.?
Walnut Qrove Church,
The Sunbeam Society of VValnut Grore
Churoh dld not lot the cold snap keop
thom from their places Sundny monilng.
This moetlng ls the special time for gath
oring tho Christmna orfcrhiga, AATion the
collectlon was counted lt amounted to
Tho society wlll ase this for Mrs.
Ernest Jaokflon's expense to Brazll os a
This society, which ls composcd prlncl
pally of children and young people. will
do muoh toward the work of tho church
of which Dr. a H. Ryland is pastor.
Suits Are Brought.
In the Law and Equlty Court yesterday
afternoon Cabell and Custer and B. B.
lCngllsh, represontlng Herman J. Clark,
nled notloo of eult for $1,000 against tho
Old Domlnion Iron and Nall AVorlts. Tho
samo attorneys also tllod notlco of sult
against tho samo company for $1,500 for
AV. B. Clark, an lnfiuit, through J. C.
Clark, hls neit frlend.
The oases wlll be trlod at the next
term of the court.
Tho annual meeting and banquet of
the Past Masters' Assoclatlon wlll be held
at tho Masonlo Tsmple on to-morrow
night at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Neale III.
Mr. James T. Neale ls very alck at hla
teeldence, No. H21 Floyd Avenue.
Thirty-Seven New Laws Have
(Speclnl to Tho Ttmsa-Dlipntch.)
RALBIGH, N. C, Jan, 27.-Durlng the
olghtecn days thut tho North Carolina
Gonoral Assembly haa been ln seasion
thlrty-Beven bllls havo boon onaoted Into
law and sevvn resolutions adopted. The
great majority of them are of a local
cnaractsr, Thoso of generai Interest nro:
An aot to authorlzo the Becrotary of State
to appolnt biennlally an asslstant who
Bhnli prepa.ro the Indcxos, marglnal notea
and captlons to thn ncts of tho Gonoral
ABsemhly. Resolution to appolnt n Jolnt
committee on tho codlflcntlon of the lawB;
nn net to protect crops cultlvatcd under
a common fenco.
An aot roquirlnsr ploadlngs to be verl
fled In actlonfi for tho procoaslonlng of
lands. Resolution Invltlng non-resldent
North Cnro'.lnlnns to revlslt tho Stato
and partlclpato In the celebratlon to bo
held ln Greensboro on "North Carolina
ii-. ? " Octc-ber l'J, llirt!.
Tho Secretary of Stato to-day gr.'.foil
an amendment to tho chtfrtcr of tho Mor
tin Furniture Compnny, of Hlekory, for
an Incroase of capltul stoalt from $.10,000
to $100,000. Thla company was eslab
llshod within tho pn.->t year nnd is Said
to be Bcorlng remnrkable nuccess. They
ninniifacrirre sldoboards exclnslvely.
Ho woman*a hinpi.
ness can be corhplata
without ehlldren; it
it her nature to lovo
tnd w&nt thwn
?i mneh so at
it it ,to Iotc the
pnre. The critical ordeal through which the expectnnt, mother must
past, howeve/, it bo ft&ught with dread, pain, euffering and danger,.
that the *ery thought of it fillt her with-apprehenuion and horror.
There ii no necesaity for the reproduction of) life to be either pninful
or dangerous. The ute of Mother'a Frlend so prepareo the tystem for
tho coming event that it it eafely passed without any danger. Thit
great and wonderful
remedy is always j!$&jBt __ii _j/"f j&am 9
appliedexternally.and mi&f**a e$? v'S's j* AVyTi /fT^i f5^*^
has carried thotisands
of women through ,^rr^
the trying crisis without tuffering. wr** -1 BM
Send for free book oontalnlng Infonnatlon
of prlcelesa valuo to all expeota.nl mothera.
Tha Bradflold Rerjulator Co,. Atlanta. Qo,
LEAIMRS PAID WHILE BEING TAUGHT.
Wm THE WHITLOCK BRANCH
A?< 2Jjg?P GftRY jgggpE1$i B3S2.SSOND, VA.
We Solicit Your Orders For
Made of Distilled City and Artesian Well Water.
Phone or lcave your orders at the TRANSPARENT ICE
WORKS, corner AJdams and Canal Streets, or
500 East Broad Street.
WM. C. SCHMIDT & E. G. SCHMIDT, Managers.
AND IT STAYS CURED.
ui ^f8lerian ,,s, P'easant to the taste, is harmless, is no sscret noflfcnanj
13 highly recommended by physiciuns, and does absolutely cure headach<*
La^elerlan leaves no unpleasant effect. It braces the nervouF system, iaj
vigorates the mind, relieves mental exhaustion, and cures Uisorania. As fl
liquid and as an effervescent salt.
At drug stores
bottles 10 cents
and soda fountains. TriaJ
& G1L CO.,
H19 EnstAIain Street,
COLD WATER PAINTS, FLOOR STAINS,
BRUSH3S, AND PAINTBUS
All standiird ninkes sold. exohnnged.
repnlred and rented anywhere. Many
good an new, vk nt mnnufacturers' prlcea.
'Phonea?New 823, Old 1S95.
SOUTH'H STAMP& STATIONERY CO
I20S MAIN, RICHMOND, VA.
Pink Cnrnntions % <-ontn pftr dozen at
HammoTid'B, 107 East Broad Streot.
Rates Until Feb. Ist.
15 Words for 15 Cents, and I Cent
For Each Additlonal Word.
E llnes ? CV4 cents per llno,
' to bo usod with 2 weeks.
100 llnes ? 5 cents per line,
to ho used within 2 weeks.
VOU llnos tp ?!',<. cents por line,
to bo used within 60 duys.
Avernso slx words to a line and
nothlng less tiinn ono Une counted.
CLASSmCATlON IS NOT OUAR
WOODWARD 4. SON
ROUGH AND DRESSjbo
WU1 Positively Cure Any Case of Piles, No Matter of How Long Staudiug.
MUST CONFESS That we have Unlimited Cottfidetice in Our Taimopilitie, to say
ing of NERVE when we offer the Stitii of $5.00 for atiy case three jars fails to cure.
Remember: We do not Reqtuire a PhysiciatTs Certificate.
FOR SALE BY ALL f\m
0WENS& MINOR, Distributing Agents.