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In Lighter Veinl
r- M,an-/,thinBs can be treatcd in a Hght and frivolous manner
C*ood light, however, cannot bc treatcd llghily. Good light
enablcs you to keep rood eycsight. It avoids doctors' bills as
?well as gas bills, Wc will prescribe for all light troubles free of
cost?and sell you the necessary medicine cheap. ,
We hope before many more months are past to have the
mantle of fame cover us on account of our good work in manteis,
Ministers and rnissrnaries help people lo be good?we come
next and offer thera every facility to keep clean. " Cleanliness
' is next to godliness." We have the best assortment of bath
room supplies in the city?this 'act won't wash -ut. See ?
RICHMOND PLUflBING & MANTEL CO?
Both plioncs 636. 20 N. Nlnlli Street, Hlelimond, Vn.
Is to Come Up Next Tuesday
In Hustlngs Court.
NEW EVIDENCE IS LIKELY
Reported That the Defense May Spring
a Surprise, Which May Fftesult
in the Acquittal of Mr.
i tfnlcss some unforcscen ohstaclo scts
ln tlio wny, cx-Alderman John M. Klng,
of Jefferson Ward, charged and convlcted
ln tho Pollce Court wlth havliiB received
a. ibrlbo while a member of a former
Council Street Commlttee, wlll ba trled
next Tut-sday in the Huatlngs Court on
an appcul taken from tho declslon of
Justlce CruteJiflcld. lle secms conlldc-nt
of acquittal, and tho llnal result of thu
case will be watched with Intercst.
Judgo Ingram, of the Corporatlon Court
of Manchester, wlll preside over the trlal
ln tho place of Judgo Wltt, wbo is still
conflnt-d to his home. Commonwcalth's
Attorney David C. Richardson, probably
assisted by Clty Attorney Pollard, wii;
imsh tho proseeutlon, whlle Messrs. Hill
Carter and Wyndham Ii. Morcilllh wlll
represent the dcfendant.
A NEW JURY.
Judge Ingram ordered last Friday af?
ternoon that a new Jury bo Impaneled.
and yesterday tho court dt-putles wero
buslly erigag.'d In, pushlng thla work. As
n result, it is probalalo that Mr. Klng's
gullt or Innocenco wlll bo passed upon
by twelve men who have not before oc
cupled Ihe chalr of a Juror in tho Hust?
lngs Court this year.
Tho reason for ordorlng that a new
jury bo drawn is apparant. The old
panel. nll of whom hnve beon dolng duty
since court convened thls term, pleaded
one after another the explration of thelr
ten days' service, asklng to be e.tcused.
Thls clcpleted the panel so materlally
that Friday afternoon Judge Ingram dls
charged the entlre panel, ordcrlng that
another be drawn.
Slnoo the convlctlon of Mr. Klng In
the Pollce Court several months ago,
the appeal of lila case has. gone over
from tlmo to tlme, flrat on one account
and then on nnothcr. For two or thrca
months contlnuances wero asked by tho
defense and granted by the Judge. on
account of the lnabllity of Clty Engineer
Cutshaw to bo present.
When the case was last called It was
postponcd on account of a flaw In the
indictmont, but thls haa now been rem
edied, and lt looks vory much as if the
case will be gone into.
Although Commonwealth's Attorney
Richardson feels conddent of securing a
second convlctlon. there are soveral per
slstont rumors n.float to the effect that
new and startllng evidence for the de?
fense wlll be xprung. The nature of
thls "is" not known, but It Is supposed
that tho defenso wlll conflne Its efforts
to an attempt to Impcach ccrtain of
the Statc's strongest testimony.
J Striking Subjects "
In the Churches "
HMMI M ? ?Mf*rJt~H-Hf + ????
Laurcl-S treet Methodlst, Hev. H. E.
Johnson, pastor. U A. M? "Tlio "Clmlta
tlon of Dlvine Effort for tlie Salvatlon of
Men"; 7:45 P. M.. "The Falseness of Self
St. Jame3 Methodlst Church, Rev W.
A. Cooper.. pastor; S P. M., "The Mann
Hlll?Is It Falr?"
Broad-Streot Methodlst Church, Rov.
W. B. Beauchamp; 11 A. M., "Ideal Bnsls
ot Chrlstlan Unity"; S P. M.. "Falso Ro
llglon vs. The Truo."
Union-Stntlon Methodlst Church, Mr.
Charles N. Crlttenton, the mllllonaire
drugglst, mornlng nnd evening.
Trinity Methodlst Church, Rev. George
If. Spooner; 11 A. M-. "ln Splte of Ap
poarances"; s P. M., "Lesson From Uie
Llfo of Washlngton,"
Graco-street Presbyterlan Cliurch, Rov.
Jore Witherspoon, D. D.; 11 A. M., "Fol?
lowlng Afar Off"; g p, M.. "The Prof.t
Thlrd Presbyterlan Church, Re>r. R. U.
Eggleston; 11 A. M.. "An All-ImriorUnt
Declslon"; 8 P. M., "Tho Greatest Sln or
Church of tho Covenant. Rev. J Cal
vln Stuart, morning aml nlght.
Becond Prosbytorlan Church, Rev Rus
sell Cccll, mornlng. and afternoon
First Presbyterlan Church. Rov. I s
McIClroy, morning nnd nlght.
Grnoc-Stroet Baptlst Church, n<x Dr
Charles S. Gardner; 11 A. M., "CountlriR
tho Cost"; S P. M? "Chrlsfa Vlslon o?
tho Fall of Satnn." *
Venablo-Stroet Churoli, Rov. W. T. Da
rleux; 11 A. M., "Tho One-Tnlon't Man?
Hls Prlvllogo and "Dangcra"; 8 p -vr
"God Is Not MJockod." " "'
Groro-Avenue Ohurch, n?v, j. r. jrft-.v
tliorne; 11 A. M,, "BlemeitjtH of Ktornaj
Ulfo"; 8 P. M? "Tho Seed and tho liar
Flrst Baptlst Cliuroh, Rev, George
Cooper; nlght subject, "From Thirteen
to Thlrty-t-Forgotlcn Kliidncas,"
Randolph-Btrcot Church, "Rov. Samuol
II. Tetnpleman, morning and ev?.-nlng.
St. Andrevv's Eplscopal Church. Rov.
Thomas Semmos; nlght servlce. for men'
uubject. "Chrlst, the All-Sufllclcni Sa
vlour," Rev. C. A. Beckwlth conducts the
St. Mnrk's Eplscopal Church, Rev. 'E.
L. Ooodwln, at both servlees.
(Monujnontal Churoh, Rov, W, E.
I_>.-nns,, morning nnd nflernoon.
All-Salntf)' Church, Rov. j, _ Down
mnn, at both acrviccs,
Thlrd Chrlstian Church. Rev P a
C-ive; li A.t M., "The Vlslon of ' the
Fleld.."; g P. M., "The Church an Poll?
Sevonth-fltroet Chrlstian Church Rev
Caroy 73, Morgan; ll A. M., "Maklng the
Oro.-s of Chrlst of Moro Kffect"- S p M
Tho Trcnd of Paul's Four Wlshes "' ' "
West-End Christlan Church. Rev. irenry
Pcareo AtWnar.ll A. M? "Tho Stand Ing
Orders of the Gospel"; S P. M "YVlint
Chrlstlanlty Has Dono for Labor."
The Eightv-fburth YearofExistence lo
Bc Duly Ohservd in Anril.
t *"? JA',Ui-Ii- ,G'>0C'wln- Grand Slre of the
'-,,'., " has Issucd hla "nnlversarv
proclarnation to all the subordlnate lo'dsreTi
The order was Ihstltuted la 1810, Tlie
To the oflicors _ui<^ m^mlmrs of Grand
and subordlnate bodlca of the Indnpendont
Order of Od.I-Fellowa nnd to all whotri lt
In necordance wlth usnPP nnd the'reso
lutlon of the Soyerclgn Grand l_o(]ge i
John B. Goodwln, Orand Slre, by vlrtue
<,f authorlty vestr-d ln me, do hcreby en
ioln upon all Orand and subordlnate
bodiea of tlie ordrtr to take approprintc
actlon for the due comrmmoratlon of
tho twenty-slxth day of Aprll. 190_I (or it
belng Sunday, the Z.tli or 27th flay or
Aprll. as may be solected-). It. belng the
elghty-iou'rtb anniversary of our order bv
sultnldu exercises ln observaneo of 'tho
dny, and by publlc thanksglvlng to Al
mlghty God for Hls manlfold mercles to
us aa indlvlduals and as an order.
Done at the clty of Atlanta. Georgla
thla the nlneteenth day of February, An
no Domlnl nlneleen hundred und three,
and of tho onlcr tho elghty-fourth year'
The ceremony authorized to be ob
sorved at the celebration of the annlver
nry of the ordsr may bc obtalned from tho
GrancT Secretarle.s of the several Grand
Lotl'gos, the Grand Scrlbcs of the Grand
Encampments, and at the ofllce of the
Grand Secretary of the Soverelgn Grand
Lodge, Baltlmore. Maryland,
RIchmond: Kenncr T. Crawley to
Meyer ICirsh. 2i) feet on east slde, Thlrd
Street, 3TI feet north of Jackson, $1,500.
I-:. J. Cra-iie nnd wlfo to W. T. Quarles
and L. X>. WlngfleJd, 30 foet on north slde
William Street, 105 feet east of Sevcn
Prlson Assoclatlon of Vlrginla to E. II.
Gilbert. 22 1-2 feet on Franklln Street.
southcast croncr I__Jghth, $5,1.00.
HIchmond Perpetual Building, Loan and
Trust Company lo George and William A.
Sorg. 1H1-2 feet on south slde Boyd Street,
70 feet west of Norton; IS 1-2 foc-t on
south slde Boyd Street. 88 1-2 feet west of
Norton, and 25 feot on west slde St. John
Street, between Baker and Charity, J2.27S.
THE ILLNESS OF
THE CHIEF'S CLERK
Owing to tho lllness of Mr. George Pol?
lock. clork to tho Board of Pollce Com
mlsstoners nnd Chlef of Pollce Howard,
acting Sergeant J. H. Tyler, of the Thi d
Dlstrlct, has been asaigncd to duty at
the hoadnuarters. Ho is endeavoring to
flll the posltlon mado vaeant by the ab
sence of _Mr. Pollard. Yesterday Cap
tain Shlnherger, of the First Dlstrlct,
who la qulte famillar with the duties of
tho offlce. called at hc.idqunrtnrs n> d
nsslstcd Mr. Tyler for some llttle tlme,
putting hlm on to the odds and ends of
SOME MOIST SNOW,
SAYS FARMER EVANS
Indications Point to Some
Kind of Precipitatlon To
Day or To-Night.
"If lt doesn't snow "it mny rain to-mor?
row," eald Farrner Evans, as ho looked
at the map of tho Unlted States yester?
He sald n would bo "molst snow," whlch
means that slush wlll follow, and that
rubbera wlll bc good thlngs to havo on
hand, or rather on tho feet,
Tho rain area extonded nlong the South
Atlantic coast yesterday, around the
lnkes, and on tho uppor Paclflc coast. In
nll other parts of tho country il wns cloar.
A cold wlnd Is coniing from JDakota-ward,
hui that will hai'dly reaoli thls sectlon be?
fore Monday, If it gets hero at all.
Thero aro nll klnds of doubt.. nbout
tlie posslhlo or probablo condltlon of tho
weat hor to-dny and to-nlght. Clouds liov
ored over tho populaco all day yesterday,
but tho mercury wns not dlsngreenbly
low, nnd littlo dlscomfort wa-s experionced.
"Bcyoncl Sunday nlght wo cannot go,"
snld Mr, Evans, "and ull I can say, even
up to that tlme, ls that thoro aro all
sorts of cluinces for niolat snow on Sun?
Sale Ten Million Boxes aYear.
THE FAKIILV'S rAVORtTC MEDIOINB
BEST FOR THE BOWELS
The Northern Neck of Vlrglnla
and its Prosperlty.
OYSTER AND FISH PACKING
Many of tho Most Promlnent Men the
Country Has Known were Born ancl
Monroe and Lee.
(Siicclnl t.a Tlio Tlmes-DlHiiirtrh.)
IIEATUSVIL,".,.". VA.. Fob. " 21,?The
Paippaliannock Rlver, on tho west, nnd
tlio I'ctomuc Rlver, making a sweeiaing
bend rtprthward, and then an equally de
terrnlned curvo southivard, fornis a long
polntcd neck of land Whlch ls known as
tlio Northern Neck. Tho soii of thls sec?
tlon or the Stato ls oxceptlonnJIy rlch
and fertlle, and of recent years has prov
.?;n to bo well adapted to tho ralslng Of
Many of the most promlnent men our
eountry has known, were born and raised
here. Two presldents. George Washlng?
ton nnd Joino.-i Monroe, and ono of Uio
greatest generals that ever drew a s-word
on the battlelield, R. E. Lee. Thelr old
iiomes are yet preservod and loved as are
thelr names by thk people of tho North
Ol.l Yoocomlco Cliurch, in Westmore?
land, which was bullt ln 1700, is still kopt
in good onler nnd here Is where George
Washlngton waa baptized and where
'Siiulre Rlchard Lee and many other r.oted
gentlemen received thelr llrst Impresslons
pf publlc wor.shlp. The Northern "Neck
has nn lnterestlng history, but lt Is only
the writer's Intention to give a histcrj
of its Industrles and Improvcment In the
Wlthin the last few years mnny new
industrles have sprung Into exislence. oid
on'.s have been enlarged and Improvcd
ln ovory' respect and modern buslness
methods n/Iopted. At the openlng of the
y?ir 19-'0 there was not a bank in nny
county ln the Northern Neck; now there
aro four pro>-perr>us banks here. situated
nt tho followlng places: Reedvlllo, North
umberland county; Warsaw, Rlchmot.d
county; Kllninrnock, and Irvlngton. I an
custer county. nnd a flfth one nearing
completlon at Montross, Westmoreland
county; nll of theso aro dolng a flouri3h
Ten yeara ago there were probably n>t
moro than threo or four cannerles and
even "cwer oystor shuckfng establlshnients
and llsh-packlng houses ln these coun
tles. The growth and dwvelepment of
theso lndustrk-s have been slmply wonder?
ful; to-day every cross-road has Its toma
to cannery, whlch has an Immense outpu
and many thousands of gnllons of oystcrs
are dally shipped from our waters.
The menh.idcn fisherles whlch only a
few years ago were conducted on n small
scale, and In temporary struetures, wlth
old machlnery and slow salllng vessels
havo been ivonderfully changed. Now
thero nre numerous factorles engaged in
catchlng menhaden. nnd in tho mamilac
turo of oll and flsh fc-rtllizer, loeated on
this shore of tho Chesa-peaice Bay and Its
trlbutarles. representlng many thousand
dollars of capltal. ownlng numberless
swift and well equipped steamers. em
ploylng thousands of saiiors and laborers.
In nothlng has there been greater ad
vnricement than in trucklng, the capaclty
of the large steamers daily plylng t'ne
Potomac and Rappahannock Rtvers often
belng unablo to transporl to the mnrket
the frults and trucks. which are bfir.g
raised In larger qunntitips every year.
The past year has seen more lmprove?
ments than any other in the history of
our favored counties.
All along our water coast many new
enterprlscs have sprung Into ex'stence
and new towns are rapidly belng bullt.
A few months ago "Pleasant Bank"
fnrm. situated near the mouth of the
Rappahannock, In Lancaster county, nnd
containing , ovor four hundred acres of
land, wa? purchased by Messrs. J. B.
Cralle, Wllbur James ad Dr. B. II. B.
Hubbard. and Is now belng transforme^l
lnto a llve nnd thrlfty buslness cehter.
Its namo is Whlte Stone, ar.d ls but a
short dlstance south of the progress've
vlllage of thnt name. The part of the
farm, whloh ls situated Immcdlalely on
the rlver. has been lald out Into town
lots, whlch havo been sold at good prler-s
and handsome dwelllngs nre belng rapidly
erected. A substantlal wharf and wnre
house, and a large store and express of?
flce wero erected by the owners of the
property. E'sner Bros., of "Maryland, op?
era ted a large tomato cannery hero last
senson, putting up many thousands of
cases. A large oyster shueklng buslness
Is bo'ng conducted by Charles Newbcrt,
of Baltlmoro, and a saw-mill is being run
by M, P. Jones; Thls place Is situated ln
the very center of the oyster Indlistry
and lhat it wlll continuo to grow and
flouri'sh ls undoubted. The beach is beau?
tiful and bathlng excellent, and it Is be
lleved that the place wlll soon becomo
popular as a summer resort.
At tho mouth of Cockrell's Creek.
Northumberland county, and Juttlng out
into tho Chesapeake Bay ls n beautiful
nnd, elovated promontory known as Fleet's
Point. -It contalns about n hundred acres
of lnnd, Is but a few mlles dlstant from
tho thrlfty and Ilorrishing town of Reed?
vlllo, whlch ls situated on the Mmo
stream. Tho property Is owned by J. B.
llinton. Wllllam Blundon, T. M. Bussells
and John A. Palmor. Jr. The locat'on is
undoubtp.dly a beautiful ono. and Its own?
ers not only lntend to dovelop Its buslness
resources, but to make lt nn ideal sum?
mer resort nnd waterlng place. A large
iiotc-I with modern lmprovements Is to bo
erected aml tho ontlre point lald off in
town lots, the whole to be llt up by elec?
trlcity. A substantlal whlirf hns bt-en
eonstruetod, to whlch tho Baltlmore
steamers make dnlly visits; n storo hns
been bullt nml other buslness houses wlll
soon bo erected b'ore. It ls not far from
Chrlstfleld, Md., nnd could onslly ho con
nccteil by a llno of steamers. Thoro ls
no doubt ot tho success of thls placo.
Two newspapers hnvo been started In
tha Northern Neck thls year; The Pro?
gress, nt Ilngue, Westmoreland county,
ar.d Tlie Echo. at ITeathsvlllo, Nortlmm
A clgar fnctory ls helng operatod at
Henthsvllle and ls the only ono in tho
I wlll venturo to Bay that no four
counties ln the Stato hnve mnde na much
progress in tho lnst feiw years as the
four counties of the Not'theni Neck.
SEARCIi FOR MURDERERS
Three Ara Wanted in Franklln County
for Recent Offenses.
(Speclnl to Tlio Tluies-DlHiiaiteh.)
BOC1CY MOUNT. VA,.' February 81.
A negro nnincd Miinso Anderson Is wanted
ln Hunter. W. Va., for shooting a nogro
down ln colri bloud. Andorwn ls a nn
tivo of thls town, aml ls well known. ITo
was seon hero yesterday mornlng by
sevornl porsons, your corrospnndont
lunong tlio nuinbnr. No ono but tho Inw
olllcers hero know lhat ho was wanted
at that tlmo, Ilo ln ln hidhig in or near
the town,' and hls capturo is only a inau
tor of tlino.
A romarkablo colncldonco is that two
murdorera, hoth of thls eounty, arD want?
ed at tho saiuo tlme, tlio last-named |a
I-'onry Frith (whlto), a yoiuig mi>n of
about twenty yoam of ug<$, who Is want?
ed ,fop Hhootlng to death John Wlllinm nnd
Henry Hofght, two whlto mon of Kok*'
uiuii, \V, Vit "?rifn Js a aon ot -Mr. Joe
Frlth, of Waldsboro, thls county, who ls
a good oitlKen. lt la eupposed thnt tho
young man<lB In hldlng ln tho mountams
now hla fnthor'a homo. 'Tlie shcrlff and
a |7osH"* frrdT*notl. on the outlook for hlm,
and wlll douhtless capture hlm vory soon,
Flve nttornoya of Martlnsvilla, Inoluih
Ing Judgo I-Ialraton and Mr. Mulcns,
hnvo been. hero two dnys argulng tne
caso of Pdlrston va, Jones, Woro Judge
Snunders, at hb honi). ln ',in_-?tion Thi),
the attornayn any, Ia a very complloatcd
and Interesting caso, Involvlng a l.arg?
amount of property, nnd Its dcclslon ia
looked torward lo wllh grent Intorcst.
CONFIDENT OF ACQUITTAL
John Jones Refuscd to Agree to Com
(Speclal to Tho Tlmeiv.Dlvi.ntriM
TAZEtVELL, VA., Fobru.irv_l.-it la
riimorey horo, nnd aeenis to be an ni
tnost ccrtnln fnct, that tho Rank of
Cllnch Valley has purchnsort tho property
mi Mnln Street, owned by Surtace and
Hoplclns, nnd now occuploi] as a clothlng
storo by Messrs. W. T. Witton & Com?
pany. nnd wlll conycrt the same Into a
handsome banklng bulldlng It Is a cor?
ner bulldlng nnd wlll m.ike a vory sult
ablo banklng CGtabllshtnOTt. '
There wns nn efTort on tho part of
counsel for the defenso nnd the Com
mon.vcalth ln the case of John Jones,
to be tricd a second tlmo for the kllllng
of John G. Watts, ex-maralml. to havo
an agrecd verdlct and lc-t the prlsoner
take ono year ln the penltentlary, but
tho prlsoner ls so conflderit of hls 'inno
conco that he objected to such n vordlct
and will stand trlal next Monday." He
wns convlcted several months ngo, to?
gether wlth hls brotlTer, George Jones,
and sjentenced to ton years in the pcnl
tontlary- Tho verdlct was set nsidp by
the Court of Appeala, and Ooorge Jonea
was trled separateiy and convlcted, re
ccivlng three years in tho penltentlary,
whero ho Is now sorving hls tlme. John
Jones, the brother, was Immedlatnly
halled upon thls verdlct agalnst hla
brother. lt wlll bc recalled that Wllllam
Jones. 'he father. trled wlth h's two
sons on tho first trlal. was nequltted.
tho ehargo "havlng been of a conspiracy
on the part of the three Jonses tn klll
Mr. Watts. The charge wns unsupportcd
by the evldence. nnd tho two sons were
placed upnn trlal separateiy.
A verdlct wlll probnbly h<> rnached ln
?he County Court to-day ln the ense of
Rosn Dean. the young white womnii
?liarged wlth kllllng Walter Turner, tho
vnung whlto man. n few mnnths niro.
Tho crencrnl Impressoln pnwa.Is, from tho
myldence so far adduced tliat the kllllng
Gave a Tea Party.
..... (S'"""'"! '" Tlm Tlm.s.fU-pntr-h.)
MBCHANICSVT.LLE. February 21.-A
most cnjoynblo "toa party" wns hold at
Mr. J. 13. Dlckonson's on Frlday ovenlnp:
lasL Mr. Dlckenson. nssb-'M i,v .\fisq
*>'nm.K;DleT.on.on nnd Ma-, J 3^ hln Hler.
'iiilzer. entertnlned the Wlnn W. C. T. U.
nt her home ln n most hearty and grnco
?"iil mrinner. Tlie compnny wn.s glven an
?ihservatlon party In thn llbrary. The
irl&e wns awarded Mlss Julia Jeter, to
vhom It was presented by Mr. W. C.
Mrs. George R. Tlorne dcllghted the
ompany with one of her fine roeitations.
The company nll assembled in the dining
?00m to partake of a pretty nnd sumptu
iua tea. A large number of persons wero
iresent, and when it grew toward tho
iour of separation the company lingered,
reluctaiit to leave such genlal hosts.
Thls mark of_respect and estcem shown
y thls friend of temperance to the unlon
s hlghly appreclated by the presldent
ind other:? of the Wlnn Unfon.
A DERAILED TRAIN
KNOCKS SCHEDULE OUT
The deralhnent of a frelght train of
wenty cars, loaded mostly wlth coal, on
he Seaboard Alr Llne, two mlles from
.ollocks, S. C. Frlday. deranged the
eliedulo materially for some hours.
*l_e' passenger train whlch should have
?-rrivod hero at G:10 yesterday morning
lld not come in untll 11:15. The Florida
rpecial was forccd to go around by Che
raw, S. C, and dld not reach RIchmond
until 2 P. M. yesterday,
An Extended Trip. >
Dr. H, Cabell" Tabb, medlcal director of
_he Llfe Insurance Compnny of Vlrglnia,
eft last week for nn extended trip South
ind West In the Interest of hla company.
Mrs. Tabb' accompanied him, and they
.vill vlslt Colonel John B. Rlchardson
it New Orleans during Mardl Gras, ?
A Child's Funeral.
The funeral of Leor.ora C. Powoll, llttle
iaughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Powell,
.vho dled yesterday morning at Dumbar
?on, aged eleven years, takes plice at
I o'clock thls afternoon from Eethlehem
Church, Henrico county.
Miss Ritchte's Remains.
The romalns of Miss Virglnla Rltchle,
whose suddea death ln Washlngton was
notcd inFrlday's Issue, wlll reach here
it 2:05 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. The
m'ternient will be made in Hollywood.
The Barbors' Unlon wlll bo organlzed
at 2 o'clock this afternoon at No. 229
N'orth Sevententh Street. The meeting
wlll bo preslded over by M. L. Schloss,
distrlct organlzer for tho barbers.
St. John's Circle.
St. John's Clrclo of the KIng's Daugh?
ters wlll mcot at 4 o'clock to-morrow af?
ternoon nt the resldence of Mrs. Georgo
L. Curry, No. 2SO0 FnsL Graco Stroet.
He Will Unlte with Citizens of
tliat City in Celebratlng
The Governor and several members of
tho Stato Senato wlll go to Aloxandrla
Monday, lcavlng on tlio 8:.0 train of tho
Cresnpenko nnd Ohio, to tnko part tnero
ln iho celobrntlon of tho birthday of
Washlngton, All nro expoctlng to have
a d'ollglitful slay. They wlll probably
return tliat nlght,
Commissioner of Labor Dohorty cx
pecta to have hls report ready for dlstrl
bution ln two vyeeka certalnlyi Tho prlnt
ors are gettlng nlong oxoellehtly now wlth
thelr work "nd the CoinmiHsloner Is kept
busy readlng proof.
Judgo Dow, Second Audltor, Is stIII pcr
plcxlng hls braln wlth thnt old aceount
botween Vlrginla nnd tlio natlonal govern?
ment. MiiBty oltl reeorda, mnny of them
oovored wlth tho "duat of ngos" nnd senl
tored, hnvo to be porcd ovor to got iho
fnuts the Unltrd States . govcrnmont in
slabi 011 havlng bofore a oent wlll eom*
Vlrglnla's way or tho old claim und coun
tei' clnini nuiv he ndjusted,
Commissioner of Aurlcnlturo IColnor hns
not yet announci.d when ho will will a
nio.tlng of tho Bt. f/OUla l_x|K)3ltlon com
mlssloiiors, Tho commlaslonors nro get?
tlng along iilcely wlth tho prollnilnruy
work of inapping oul what la to ho done.
A obmmlttoe hns Imn-npiiolnted to aco
tho rallroads lyml Hnd what concossluns
1n tlrinisportHtlon may ho seoured. lt wlll
dei'lincl lnrgely on wluit terms uro goiion
fl'om them where tho shipplptf hwulnuni'
tonjiwlll he loculed, whuther itlclinuuu]
OF LQUISVIILE, KY? SUFFERED F_R VEAR3 WITH CATARRH OF THE HEAD.
Charles O. "".oo. Assistnnt Clty
Englneor, Lotllsvilln, Ky., writcs:
"Peruna lias a lnrge numbor of
admirers in this part of Kentucky,
but none more honcst than myselr
for what lt has done for me.
"I was troubled for some years
with catarrh of the head and
throat, which waa often a serious
annoyancc to me and must havo
been to my friends. Nine bottles
of. Peruna enred me and built mo
up. It seemed to strengthon tho
norvous system, rogulatc dieestion
and drivo away the headache, be
sldea curing the catarrh.
"I have never known of any
medicine which secmed to -go
through the entirc system and
do so much good."
"I Know of no Better Catarrh
Remedy Than Pe-ru-na,M
CATARRH or the head. nose and thront
ls very frequent. These vlctlms
crowd the ofTices of catarrh speciallsts
Ki vnln. Mr. Charles _C. Roe once be
longed to this u'nlhappy'ciass. A courso of
Peruna entirely cured hlm. .
There are two things that the whole
medical profession agree about concern
ing catarrh. The first is that catarrh is
the most prevalent and. omniprcsent dis?
ease to which tho people in the United
States are 3ubject.- All classes of people
have it. Those who stay indooxs much
and those who go outdoor's much. Work
ing classes have it and sedental-y classes
The doctor flnds catarrh?to be hls con
stant and cver-present foe. ., It complU
cntes nearly ever dlseaso he .ls Called upon
to trcat. " v" '"'" " ?"??
The aecoiid thlng about catarrhiin whlch
all doctors agree ls. that .ltJsidllllcult to
cure lt. Local r.ciiiedics-may glye relief,
but they fall to cure permaticntlyr Sprays
or snufUs amount to littlo or-nothlng ex
cc-pt to glve tempornry-rollef.'rts'
Catarrh is frenuently. lpcatedvjn Inter?
nal organs whlch cannot. ho, reached by
any sort of locnl treatmeht" Xll thls Is
known hy every physlclan.
To devlse some systemic Internal rem?
edy whlch would reach catarrh at Its
Bourco, to eradl
cate lt perma- !
nently from the sys- !
teni?thls has been the i
deslre of the medlcal
profession for a long tlmo.
Forty years ago Dr. Hartman
confronted this problem. Ho belleved
then that he hnd solvcd lt, Ho still be
lieves that he has solved lt Ho cures
thousands of people annually, Durlng all
these years Peruna has been the remedy
upon whlch he has. relled.
It wns at flrst a prlvate prescrlptlon,
afterwards manufactured expressly for
him ln' large quantitles.. Thls remedy,
Peruna, Is now.to bo found In every drug
storo and nearly every homo ln the "lnnd.
lt ls tho only reliable Intornal remedy
ever devised to cure any case of catarrh.
however long the case may have been
stnndlng, . '?: .
Mr. CamlHus Sejine, No. 257 West l""th.
"I have fully recovered from my ca?
tarrhal .troubles. I suffered for three
-1-'?- yoars -with cntarrh of the
SUFFERED" head;! tiose and tthroat. I
trled all klnds of medl
clnes without rellof, but at
last ?!, havo been cured by
tho.- wonderful remedy
"I read of Peruna in your alraanao and
wrote you- for advice, which I followed.
After taking-one-.and one-half bottles of
Peruna 1 mn entlrely cured, and can rec
ommend Peruna to. anyone as the best
end surest remedy for any catarrhal
I'crunn cures catarrh,.whorever loeated.
Peruna ciires cataiirli ln whatever fonn.
Accept no substltute for Peruna, Peruna
Is the only systemic remedy for catarrh
Hon. Henry W., Ogdea.
Hon. H. W. Ogden, Congresaman froin
Loulalana, ln a lottor written at Waah?
lngton, D. C, saya the followlng of Pe?
runa, the natlonal catarrh remedyi
"I can conscientlouBly reoommend youk
Peruna ns a Une tonio aad all 'rounrf
good medicine to thoae wftio are ln nee<
of a catarrh remedy. It has been recota
mended to me by people who have uaed
It as a remedy partlcularly efXectlve ln
tho cure of catarrh. For those who need
a good catarrh medicine I know of noth?
lng better."?H. W. Ogden.
Hon. Rudoplh M. . Patterson,1 a well
known lawyer of Chicago, IU., writea thV
followlng letter to Tho Peruna Medldna
Co.. 'at Columbua, Ohio: ?
Gentlemen,?"! have been a anfferer
from nasal catarrh for tha past flve years,,
and at the enrnest sollcltntlon of a friend
I trled Peruna, and am glad to say lt haa
afi'orded a complete cure, . It \g 'wlth
pltasure I recommcnd It to ?thers."-_ii-,.
dolph M, Patterson,
Catarrh Sixteen' Years.
Mlss Orelle Guimond, Gutmond, N. B
"1 had catarrh of the head for slxteen
years and could not get rld of It. After
uslng ono bottlo of Peruria I was oom
plotely cured, and I advlae all who ara
aflllcted with thls disease to try thl?
remedy. I thank Dr. Hart?
man for my cure."?Orelle
Mathllda Koch, Grange,
Md., wrltes: "I cannot
speak too highly of Peru?
na as a medicine. I wns subject to
catarrh of the hend and throat untll I
trled Peruna, After taklng elgiht bot?
tles, Porunn cured me. It also acts as
n speclal prevontatlve of throat dlfll
culties. It keeps_ me ln flne health, and
I valuo Its fine* ciualitles very much..
1 We all use Peruna in the fajfa
j ily and there are aeven of us."
I recommend lt to my neighbors and they.
nll take it."?Mathllda Koch.
May Have Catarrh and Don't Know It.
Catarrh is almost a natlonal curse
Nearly everybody hns had lt more or le^s.
A majorlty of people who have catarrh lu
! Its lnclplent atage don't knowlt. Catarrh
! wlll produce so many dlfferent condltlona
that it is no wonder that it la not often
Catarrh wlll produce deafnesa; wlll af
foct the eyeslght.
Catnriih wlll enlnrge the tonslls and
wlll mnke tho throat sore.
Catnrrh wlll cause consumptlon, dys
pepsln, kldnoy disease and so many other
mntndles that it la no wonder that doc?
tors fall to recognlze it. ...
If you do not derlve prompt and satia
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartm&n, glving q
full statement of your case, and he Wili
be pleased to glve you hls. valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, Prealdent ot Tln,
Hnrtman Sanltarium, Colu_nbUB. Ohlo.
DAILY CAL.ENPAR?February 22d.
1?>9G?Captaln J. Alexander Curtls says
wc'll never tell another fable.
Wo don't feel as lonesome as we uster
For Captaln Lipscomb Is now ln tho
saiiio ca'tegory wlth.us, whatever that ls.
At the snme tlme wo do not thlnk tho
Cuptaln >hus been treated exactly rlght. ""
Any ono who knows hlm knows ho
never told a He.
Llko George Washlngton, ho wouldn't
rpllt tho wood and lle about lt aftcr
When a man makes hls bed he must lle
on It. It Isn't always liocossary to make
a bed to llo, though, for we know many
peoplo who can llo just as eusy nnd who
do not go to bed whon thoy can get out
Still thoy say tliat when a man makes
hls bed ho must lle on lt.
lt' tho beda nro iu> better made than
soma wo know of that aro made when the
ladles nnd the servants nre awny in tlio
euriiuior tlmo, ive'd rather llo on the
benches In tho park.
And nmny llea aro told on the benchos
ln tho park, when tho moon looks down
between the leavea and wiien lt doesn't
What dtfi'erenoe does the moon mako
any way 7
We'd ratlior slt. on a bonch irt' tho deop
oeL shndow, whon wo can squoozo hor
hai.ds nnd wlils|>cr thlngs to hor, away
from tha pollcemon and thoir morbld
'Still. wo cannot say that Captaln Lips?
comb mcrlts tlie tltlo ofllnr.
Wo cannot seo why ho should havo beon
pJckad out to bocomo u. member oi' tho
All who know hlm know lhat he shu.l
devjr nt Uio Idea. of provnricailng. [Te
stlclis to plnln, utivarnlslied facts, aud
would us Hoon thlnk of falllng off tha
Frco Rridgo lnto ihe surglng wnters be
peath as to inlslead niiyciie, ,
llo told us once ho cnught Kiwenty-slx.
perch woiglilng seventy-slx, pounds, and
so niili'h falth in hls truthtiilneus dld wo
hav'i? thnt wo b.-llev'd.
IJo'snld half of them wero lost, but
lia know they wclgheil suvmity-slx pounds
by Iho sicnles (old JoluO.
Wluui wo got tlivuugh luiighliig Captaln
"Facts, hy gosh!"
Wo thluk Cuptaln I.lpscomb hua an
apology comlng lo hlm. We. thlnk tho
miin who m.-nt hlm t.io curtiflcato liu'oiiii
lug hlm tiiut |IQ litul Iioon eluison ns a
most llttlitii incinbi.r of Iho l.lars' Club
should linmoillately' get out of the c.niu
tiy, aud wu ihlnlc Cftptaln -.Upaeomb'a
frlends nro called upon to arlse as ono
mnn and denounco tho w..oie thlng.
Georgo Washlngton, they aay, was born
a long tlme ago, when cherry trees were
scarco and when blg oaks covered tho
earth from end to end, and east a shad
ow upon tho cabins of llio settlers at .
o'clock ln tho afternoon, so tho people
could go to bed early and bo wealthy,
l'.c-althy and wlse, provlded thoy got up
early ln tho morning and went out In
tho woods and cut down a. cord of wood
When Georgo was soven the Curfew
law instltuted hy Harry Glenn useci to
make him slny In tho house at nlght,
So ho couldn't go down to the drug store
or tho stnble and henr tho pollshed gen?
tlemen who gnthered there tell storles
nnd smoko cigarottoa.
Ho couldn't uven go to the BIJou The?
Woo was Goorgo, but he grew up a
groat blg healthy fellow and read Ayersr*
Almanacs every year as they came out
Ho used to go up to Farmer Evans nnd
glV6 hlm polnts about tho weather, and
then go back home and spllt kliidllngs for
hls mother and run chores about tho
Sometlm.es ho'd go a-swlmmlng without
telllng pn about It, and when he'd como
back wlth hls iliulr all wet thcro'd bo a
ttinnlng awaltlng hlm,
But ho novcr told n lle and always aald
hfi'd take two llcklna for uno good swlin.
That's how ho wns ablo to cross tho
When ho got to bo a luaty youngater of
elxleen he went out ln tho pnuture ono
dny- nnd cut. down a cherry tree that ho
dldn't like tho lookn of,
Hls father was soniothlng of an old
Mdiilllnt, nnd used to go out every morn?
ing and count hls troos lo see lf any
hody stolo ouo during tne nlght.
"Pounds, gnd zooks!" ho sald as he saw
the.cherry trv-o nll over tho ground. "Tho
brltlsh dogs ara aftor me."
"I dund It rnysuir, naw." sald llttle
"Dld you dund It, my son? I'm glnd
you tolil mo, for T wns about to go over
and klll a fow rirlttsb to keep my hatnl
li\ but now I wlll slmply pnddlo you a
_Wul over slnce thoy camo out of the
wnciiisiiwi lhat day Georgo Washlngton's
birthday hns been qelobrated becauaa ho
wouldn't tell n lln by peoplo who get up
un a horrol nnd road tho (..onsilnitlmi of
Vlri.lula and tlie ehnrtor (if thu City Coun?
cil nnd Iho rules of llio l'olleit Department.
nnd when they got tlirougll wilh tluit
Bpeeoll or Patrlck Ilenry's nbout "wlien
ln tha.oourso of liiunan fivi'iils,'' etc.. ov
oiybody goea out nml gcta full.
Funeral of'/lrs. Sherman.
Tlio funeral Of Mrs. Annlu 13. Hhor
niaii, wlfo of Mr. Frnuk A. -ihprmu.il,
wliu (lii'd Frlday nl her lumui lu Knlr
rniHint, wlll tnUii pl.-iiv from t.|?. I'"u !'?
miuint M, !?;, Cliineli nt 3 :'?>) i> ? lo k tlt'H j
nl'toriunui nml tlie Intv-niiciit will be nui'.o j
An Inspiring Scene on Yester*
day Afternoon at the Ex?
The blg parlors ?f the Eixecuttve Msu-,..'
slon were fllled wlth the muslo ol girl
lsh laughter and aiiva wlth the monre
ment of twenty-four of the prettlest eo-*
ciety glrls in the city last afternoon,
whon the thlrd rohearsal ot the mllltary'
drtll, to be given at the Corifedexate falr,
for the Homo for Needy Confederate Wo?
men, whlch will open March 16-th. ln the
Masonlo Temple, went forward under tha
Inspection ot Colonel Jo Lane Stern.
Mlsa Mabel Slms atrucli the inspiring.
notes of tha march on the ptano. and,'
tho young soldlers foi! into llne, wheelod.
by 1'ours, shouldered and carrled arms
wlth an attentlon to buslness that was
odifylng to behold.
A Inoker-on wno saw and admired tham
could but wonder If they would prove
any moro attraotl'vd, even ln red and
whlto mllltary cnstumes. ln a brilliantly
lightod and crowued hall. wlth the In
splratlon of tho crowd and tho beat of.
the drtim. Just a. week or two more
wlll sufllco to anawer thnt quostlon.
Colonoi Stern, who certalnly undor
stands tho manngem'ont of fominlne, jia
woll ns mascullno mllltary, wlll then ndd
fresh l.'iureiB to hls fame, for lt Is saf?
to pro.llct thnt ho nover before hnd under
hls commnti'd two companlos who o.aitld
oxelto such lnterest nnd prove such .rn
Tlio drlll wlll oortalnly be n promlnent
feature at tho falr, for trhlch worR is
golng actlvely forward. Tho different
booths aro tuklng shape (uid form. und
eontriliutloiis nro coming ln dally. Thlrly
i>.-.sii,-i.s from N(-w York, for the haskei
bonth, should be seen to be appreclated
ln iholr full heaiity and rinlntlness.
Tho designs for tho booths, whlch Mr,
Nolaiid Is making, ivill tio.au bo (Inlshe.J,
nnd are sald t? be nxeel]<*nl fn cOncpptlon
nnd promlse. Tho Board of Maimgers ar.d,
the othor ladles who aro helping Mrs.
Montague ln the effort slu- ls making tor
tho Confederate Women's flomo feel
much encouraged oi-er tho mit.-ume *>f
tholr work. aml pellove they wlll n-ailx*
n good Biiin for tho cause they havo r
May Build a New Church.
Tln. congiegariiui .af il... rkcoml itoptlst
Church whi meet to-tnotrow nlght tov
daclda tln- questlon of thu erVction, of a