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This Unlque Enterprise May
Be Inaugurated Here Soon,
WANTS JAMES RIVER LAND
North Dakota Man Here to Inve.t ?25,
000 In Right Place?Enlargement
of Capltal Greatly/Needed, Says
Reglster of Land Offlco.
Tho demnnd' for Virginla farms and
fnrm land hy Northorn and Woslern
people Is great and conotantly lncreaslng.
Mr. W. A. Wldgor, of ,Balflw)nsvlllo,
N. Y? wants to havo a "gooso fai/m,"
Bornethlng qulto unlquo for Virginla.
Mr. Wldger hns wrlttcn to Colonel Rlch?
ardson, Reglster of tho Land OIlloo, Bay
Ing that ho wants a low, flut farm, not
very large,. with plcnty of running water,
and wlshcs to make a buslness of rals
Mr. J. McPhall, of Langdon, N. D.,
called upon <.Commlssloner Kolner yes?
terday, and had a lengthy talk with that
offlcial ln regard to tho ndvan'tages whlch
>. Virginla offcrs to homo see-kcrs. Tho
Westcrncr sald that ho had fully decldod
1 to locato In a moro favorablo cllme than
that ln whlch he had llved. Hh hns "pulled
Up slnkes" and qult North Dakota for
good, nnd with hlm has como hl? famlly.
Mr. McPhall wlshes to purchase a farm
on tho James Rlver. The commlssloner
gavo hlm all the Informatlon he deslred,
and with thls to guide hlm, tho prospeo
' tlvo settlcr wlll leave probably to-morrow
on a trlp of Inspectlon.
Tho Western man Ib ln earnest about
locatlng In thls Stnto. and lf ho was un
declded when ho reached here, Mr..Kolner
removcd all hls doubts. Iie hns tho
money to buy qulte a good farm, and Is
?wllllng. to .pay a falr ilg-irn for a place
that wlll suit hlm.
Colonel Rlchardson Is very much In
favor of the passuge of tho Cardwell bill
npproprlatlng $100,000 addltional for re
palrlng and enlarglng tho Capitol.. He
sald yesterday ho thought the Capitol
ought to be ? enl.arged and lmproved on
somo such plans as those prepared by
Peobles or Noland & Baskervllle.
Tho Capitol is badly in need or repalrs,
thlnks Mr. Rlchardson. The StatO Ll
brary Is alrwuly congestcd, and hencc in
repalrlng the Capitol, ho sald, tho room
that ls now so badly needed for storage
of the Statc's records nnd for the proper
caro and conduct of the Commonwealth's
buwiness by her State officlals should b?
Hon. II. C. Stuart and ex-State Senator
Henry Falrfax, members of the Corpora?
tion Commlsslon, were cnllers at the
Reglster of tho Land Offlee yesterday,
nnd In dlscusslng questlons for the. com?
mlsslon the reglster stated that tho of
flces now occupled by General Hlll. Rall?
road Commlssloner, were the only ones
avallablo for the uso of the new com?
mlsslon. Tfiese offlcos are small and will
In the opinion of Messrs. Stuart and
Falrfax, be inodnquate to.the conduct
of tho buslness of the commlsslon. But
thero'ls nowhere else to put the commls?
slon, hence tho crylng urgoncy for the
General Assembly providlng moro room.
Methodlst Orphanage Benefit.
On next Friday, March 0th, nt Bos
tock's anlmal arona, there will be a
benefit for the Methodlst Orphanago.
Thls wlll glve the friends of thls worthy
Institutlon a flne opportunity to show
thelr interest in a practlcal way. and
lt is hoped that a great crowd wlll vlslt
Bostock's on thls date and thus secure
for the orphanage a substantlal benefit.
Tho commltteo .wlll use every effort to
mako tho occaslon pleasant and tho
management promise nn unusually at?
tractlvo programme. It must be ro
Tnembered, howovcr, ln order for tho
orphanage to recelve any benefit that
tickets should bo purchased beforo
reachlng tho box offlee, In another eol?
umn wlll be found the names of store-i
nt whlch tickets are on sale, nnd thoy
can also be obtalned from a number of
Methodlsts throughout the clty.
A Surprise Marrlage.
Mrs. Bessle Spltzer McConnal and Mr.
Wyth'e Davls Blakey were married In
Norfolk, Va., February 2, 1003, tho Rev.
Dr. R. Baln offlclatlng.
For roasons whlch-they deemod miffl
clont, the marrlage has been kept secret
untll tho present tlme.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Blakey are now at No.
U East Marshall Streot.
Rlchmond-John II. Attklsson and
wlfe tb Henry B. Atklsson, 18 feot on
South slde Marshall Street, 100 1-2 feet
West of Ollmer, $1,250.
Kenncr T. Crawley to Cornella R.
Bhtclds, 17 1-2 feet on east sldo Second
Btreet, 40 15-12 feet north of Jackson.
11.230- . ?,
Rogor and Bettle F. Grogory to wm.
A. Harris, 28 feet on north slde Graco
Btreet, 83.SS feet west of Lombordy,
Ti. T. Maynard's admlnlstrator to Wm.
NEVER FORGETS IT
Husband Has Cause to Remember
Bo careless ln honlth nro some people
that thoy sometlmes actually forget tho
benefactor of thelr days of slckness.
Tho man whose wlfe, of tho woman
vli.se? liusbund, has been brought back
to health ahrt strongth by a pure food ls
riol apt to forget. "It sometlmes amuses
rne" wrltes a lady of Battlo Lnko, Minn.
"that.no mattor what I send to the storo
for or. what may bo forgottep my hus?
band nover forgets to supply us with
Grupe-Nuts prornptly. Indeed I may say
Jt Is the one thing ho nevor forgets,
"About a year ugo when I began uslng
tho food I was so run down and mlser
nhlo that lt was all I could ppsslbly do to
struggle through my day's household
Huties. Through catarrhal trouble I had
almost ontlroly lost the houso ot tastc and
Jnsa of appetlto followed.
I could scarcely forco mysolf to eat
food Biilllcient to furnlsh me with
Btrength to keep me up. I Just mana?ed
lo scrape througih my household dutles.
In a very short tlme aftor I commeneod
thu uso of Grape-Nuts l began to get
Btronger nnd the improvement has been
so steady and marked that my health
[s now better than for 20 years pasL J
flo ull my own h.ousa work, and for two
nionths during last summer I. had llvo
roomors whieh of course Incrensed my
Work to a greut oxtent. I am never with
put, Grnpo-Nuls now and can nover sny
tiiough ln thelr pralse. But ns much as
t thlnk of tho food my husband thlnks
tnore." Namo furnlshed by Postom Co.,
Rattle Creek, Mlch.
Practlcally all cases of stomach trouble
eomo from tlie uso . of lmproper food.
Where thls lmproper food Is left off nnd
Srape-Nuts ls used the- results are so
Cenedclul and the change so rapid Uiat
iiany vpoople look upon ls at wonderful,
Kotfclngr wonderful abouj; it, Just foi
fcwUuc N?tur?? 7' ^ ?
One Can Carn'eSj
Johnstone, 33 feet on west slde Twenty
clghth Streot, 99 feet north of M, $1,300.
i Elko News.
A dwelllng, formerly belonglng to J. B.
Hughes, and sold not so long ago to Wil?
llam Bowery, of thls place, sltuated near
Glcndnlo, was consumed by f.To Tuesday.
Two colored women occuplcd tho hoUBe,
hut could not save the dwelllng.
Tuesday hlght was the occaBlon of nn'
Informal social at Mrs. WlUlam Ad__us
Mrs. Adams Is notcd for her hospltalltv.
and all who enter her home may ex
pect a ,-pleasant social tlme. t
Mr. R. R. Halle, who hns been for sey
oral weeks on crutches, as tho result of
a palnful accldont, ls ablo to got about
a llttlo agaln.
Mr. Toblas Glbbon, who has been In
business ln Richmond for some time, wns
home on a vlslt Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Boothe, who ln vlsltlng
her mother, Mrs. Mary McCorauudalc.
of Frankllnsvlllc, N. C. cxpects to return
Little Turner Wlnn, of Elko, had a fall
Thursday, but was not serlously lnjured.
Personal and Oeneral.
Mrs. C. L. Ford, ot No. Wl'Wost Graco
Street, who has been n% the Virginla
Hospltal for soven weeks has roturncd
Mrs. L. F. Harmon, of Twenty-slxth
Street, ls now able to be up after many
Mr. W. H. Harmon has gone on a
pleasure trlp South as far as Florlda.
hoplng to return In the puminer.
Mrs. John W. Masslo. vrho hns been
under trcatment at the Vlrglnla Hospltal
for the past three weeks, Is ^urft Im
proved. nnd expects to be taken home
next week. though it wlll be several
weeks yet before sho wlll be able to go
Church Hlll Chorus.
The members of the Children's Chorus
on Church Hlll are earnestly requested
to attend the regular rohearsal at
Sprlngfleld School next Monday after?
noon, March 2d, at 4 o'clock, 'prompt.
All chlldren who are Interested In slng
ing are Invlted to joln the chorus and
help to mako the music festlval In Aprll
a grand success.
Monroe Lodge, the Newest
One. is Making Rapid Prog?
Monroo Lodge, of the United Mod
crns, whlch was organlzod only a week
ago, wlth nearly llfty charter members,
ls mnde'up ot tho best materlal In. the
clty for rapld growth and wldo Influence
In the fratornal flold. Already a good
number of now appllcations havo been
recelved, and the next meetlng on Mon?
day nlght promlses to be a great occa?
Chancellor C. I. Phllips. who is ono
of the greatest fratornal men ln the
Stato, is anxious to havo tho fuliest
support of ull tho members, und wlth
tholr co-opcratlon. togctlier wlth hls
ablllty as a prosldlng ofllcer, to mako
very session of groat lntorest to all
vlio attend, there wlll bo no trouble for
Monroe Lodge to take tho lend und bo
como and romnln tho bunner lodgo of
Fulton Lodgo, No, _53. met ln regular
session Tuesday nlght last at Nelson's
Hall. Tho Commltteo on Entertain?
ment had prepared aomethlng of Interest
for tho motnbers, and nfter a business
session, ln whlch n groat amount of im?
portant business wnsdlsposed of, somo
of whlch wlll surely prove of greatest
benorlt to tho lodgo, tho .members wero
asked to partako of refroshments, and
to enjoy a good musHcal programme.
Every ono was forccd to ndmlt that
tho evenlng wus a glorlous success, and
every feiituro was thoroughly enjoyed.
C L A Doeppe, chnncellor, is n past
master in tho art of making a lodgo
meetlng interestlng and pleasnnt. He
ta olso heart nnd soul ln overythlng
frnternal,'und bellevos in every soclety
practlclng what they prench ln every
sonsa of tho word / /*,?,,?
Many thanks aro duo to Brother* John
II. Boulwaro, for tho llno music pro
vldod for tha ovonlng. Also many
thanks are duo to Brothers Austin, Porr
and Snend for thelr sharo of tho muslcal
Fulton Lodgo ls also under many oli
Ilgatlons tp Messrs. Bnkcr and Hlcks
for thelr ussiatnneo in making tlio even?
lng enjoyable. Tho slnglng of Mr. Hlcka
wns ospocinlly onjoyed.
Brother John L. Southward covered
himsolf wlth glory and mado for hlm
selt a rOlord as an all-round ontertalner.
When lt comos to entortalnmont. Bro?
ther John J. Cavedo can always be do
pendod on for hls full sharo, whlch Is
Brother J, P. Wllllams was on hand
after a woek's lllness, and soenied to
thoroughly unjoy himsolf and tho pleas
ures of tho ovenlng. Dr. WlUiams Is
always wolcomo, und all aro glud to
have hls presenca and counsel.
Stato Supreme Vlce-Chancisllor. D. W.
Thayer was on hand and hlghly .ploastd
wlth .ihe evonlng's entertalumert Bro?
ther Thayer has i-ecolved frorn tho Su?
preme Lodgo a beautlful lodge-room.
hadgo of the order, whlch ho had wlth
It ls a very large badge for uso m
lodge ceremonles, and ls reujly _ yery
bandHome ?nd ustful thlng. I
Pan - Presbyterlan Commls?
slon to Assemble.
DR, KERR THE PRESIDENT
He Wlll Speak at Banquet In New York.
Serles of Qraded Sunday
School Lessons Belng
At a meetlng of the Pan-Presbyterlan
Com'mlsslon for the Amorlcan contlnent,
whlch has been called for tho lGth of
Aprll ln j New York clty, proparatlons
wlll bo mado for a great canonical coun?
cll of tho Presbyterlan and Roformed
Churches' throughout tho world, to be
held ln June, 1904, ln Llverpool, England.
Tho presldent of the commlsslon ls the
Rev. Dr. R.' P. Kerr, of thla city.
The Pan-Preabyterian Council ls an
adhilnlstratlve body, whloh has a con
stltuency of about 38,000.000 people. It
rcpresents.all the branohes of the Presby?
terlan and Roformed Churcnea. Its chlef
work Is to follow. In the wake of tho
great mlsslonary movements among these
dcnomlnatlons anrl conserve the frults
of theso labors?both ln tho homo and
|n the forelgn flolds. It gathers up tho
results of those movements and organlzes
them. For Instanco, lt has establlBhed
natlvo churches In aeveral forelgn lands,
notably In Mexlco. Slmllar iwork ls belng
conducted ln Brazll, ln India and other
COMMISSION TO MEET.
The councll Is gulded by.two commis
slons, one for tho Eastern Hemlsphere
and one for the Western. Of the West?
ern commlsslon Dr, Kerr is the prosl
dent, and- It ls thta whlch wlll meot next
month in New Tork. Tho most lmpor
tant matter beforo lt Is the arrangement
for the'great meetlng of tha councll In
Llverpool next year.
Another. Interestlng and Important.mat?
ter ls the preparatlon of a serles of
graded Sunday-school lessons, whlch wlll
cover the Bible ln a course of study.
These lessons wlll bo Introduced in the
Sunday-schools throughout America, Dr.
Kerr sald yesterday that he could not
tell yet Just when the lessons wlll be
DR. KERR TO SPEAK.
The meetlng, as stated. wll| be held on
Aprll 16th In New Tork. A feature of
the occasion wlll bo a banquet at the
Hotel Savoy, .tendered by the Presby?
terlan and Reformed Social Unlons of
New York clty. There wlll be two
speakers?Dr. Kerr, of thls city, and the
Rev. Willlam Coven, D. D., of Toronto,
Many New Houses Qive Evidence of Its
' fSpedal to Tbe TImes-Dlspatcb.)
WAYNESBORO, VA., February 28.?
The 'very substantlal and numerous re'\
cent additlons to the bulldlngs ln' thls
town are Indubltable proof of a strong
falth in Its future. When a vlsltor ls
brought to comprehend its many ad
vantages, the wonder ls that Its growth
has not been more rapld and grcater, for
very few localltles can bo corppared to
lt ln many thlng3. Other places have
been wrltten about, but tho modest el
lence here Is phenomenal.
A word or two respoctlng Its locatlon
and surroundlngs may not be out of place.
It Is ln Augusta county; Ig one of tha
oldest towns in thls part of the Stat?, and
was named for "Mad Anthpny Wayna."
It ls bullt In a crescent of the Blue
Ridge Mountalns, on the waters of the
south branch of the Shenandoah RVver
a beautlful body of pure, clear water,
with a fall of about flfty feet to the mlle?
iand aboiind3 ln marvelous mlneral
springs, some of whlch throw out over
seven mllllon gallons of clear soft water
every twonty-four hours. These springs
contaln carbonate of Iron and. hthla and
are remarkable not only for thelr volume,
but tholr health-gl'Vlng qualitles.
The town has excellent natural draln
age and ls very healthy. It Is 123 mlles
from Richmond, about the same dlstance
from Washington otty, on the Chesa?
peake and Ohlo Rallroad, withln a mlle
of Its junctlort wlth the Shenandoah Val
ley branch of the Norfolk and Western,
and contalns nbout fif teon hundred lnhabl
tants, It has a publlc syBtem of water
work, ona of theso magnlflcent Sffrlnga
furnlshlng nn abundant supply: an "elec?
tric llghtlng plant and telephone sorvlce;
contalns several vlgorous and prosperous
manufaoturlng plants; has enterprlsing
merchnnts, and ls surrounded by a flne
Thero ls a largo boys' milltary board
Ing sohool, a popular girls" boardlng
school, a beautlful hotel?tho Brunawlck
wlth modern appointments, and supplled
wlth llthla water from a magnifTcont
spring on .Its own grounds,
The followlng aro some of the houses
recently flnlshod and oecupled: Miss
Fnnnlo McComb, Mrs. W. J. Loth, W. H,
Savelle, and J. F. Tompleton, on Wavnf
Au'enue; Mrs, Archle Argenbrlglrt. Cafie
taln George Sohopart and J. H. Crablll.
on Walnut Avenuo; Toblas Bateman, tnu
Baptlst parsonago, (oecupled by Rev. Mr.
Thomas), and the resldence of Rev. Mr.
Stlckley, on Mnplo Avonuo. T. W. QuIB
onberry hns erooted ton tenement housM
on Arch Avenuo, and Mr. MoLaughlln, a
resldenca on tho samo. The. Messrs. Chew
Brothers han-e just flnlshod some tene?
ment housos for rental, and thoro are sev?
eral warehouses ond large bulldlngs ,pro
Jectod and contraotod for, among whloh
ls a new resldence of Mrs. John W. Holly,
on West Maln.
Tho Wnynesboro Card Club waa de
llghtfully entertalned thls week by Miss
Flshburne, and had a Jolly tlme.
Mrs. Horace S. Cooper, of Washington.
D. C.'i ls now a guest of Mrs, Purvls, at
BURNINQ p'lANT BEDS
Mr. J. W, Pleasants Has a Very Narrow
(Speclnl tp The Tlmes-Dlspatcta.)
VIROILINA, VA? February 28,-Farm
ers ln thls aeotlon took advantage of the
dry spell thls week and burnt a good
many plant-beds. Thoy aiso had a
ohnnc? to do some plowlng. In cpnse
quence of thls tobacco sales wore llfiht
thls week, except to-day, when a fafrly
good break was on tbo market. Prices
this week aro a ahade batter, especlally
on common bright lugs.
Mrl, J, W. Pleasants, who ls ono of tho
proprletors of tha Vlrglnla Warehouse,
hud a protty narrow escape last Wed
licsday. He was ridlng Into towp on
a horso whlch was bllnd In one eye. He
was golng at a rapld pace, and when
lioar tho dry bridgo over the Atlantlc
and Danvlllo Rallroad, somethlng at
tractod hls attentlon i In hia rear. Whlle
looklng back hls horao hlt tlie south end
of the railing of tbe brjdge wlth Its left.
flaiik, and wlth such force that several
yw_- ?t th* rftUing WM _?ao.?hed Mi} _
: r) ::-. ' . K ?-. ;.
plcco was driven Ihto the horse. Tho horse
dlod Inslatilly, falllng down. tho abutment
wnll ahd carrytng Mr. Plcasants with It,
lils left teg was eaught undwneath lho
horso nnd ho could not reloaso hlmself
unrll asslstnnco arrlved. Ho was lylng
wlthln a fow Inches of tho odgo of lho
deep rallroad but,- Whlch tho dry bridgo
Mr. Plen-sants escaped with a fow con
liudoha, only to loarii tt mlnute afle, ward
that ho hnd loet on Moriday nlght a sttlt
more valttablo ho<-so by another accident.
Ono of hlH frlcndM, Mr. Thomas Chandlor,
had rlddon the horte to Wlnston, Va? lo
attend cottrt. When eroeslng tho covered
brldge ovor Dan Rlver,> at South Boston,
on hls way back, the hbrso Btartlod at
somothlng and jumped agalnst the sldo
of tho brldge, throwlng Mr. Chandleft
and knocklng hlm unconsdous. When he
came to he found the horse slone dead
a fow feet away from hlm.
In January a crowd of young man at
tackod the houso 6f Mr. XV, A. Vaughan.
about four mllce from here, shooting
through' doors and wlndows and wound
Ing Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan and one of
tho chlldron. Four of tho partles were
arrested and sent on to the grand Jury.
Thelr trlal ls golng on at Houston, Va.,
thla Week, and ao far Oharles B. Loftle
and John R. Thames, the latter a young
merchant of Mocklenlbairg county, havo
been found gullty and glven two yeara
In the fienltontlary each. It is sald that
the trlal dovoloped tho , fact that other
partles woro Impllcated In tho shooting
and that other arrests may bo expected.
Mr. J. H. Morong has JUBt had erected
In Seventh Street a'nlce bulldlng, whlch
wlll bo used by hls son, Georgo Morong,
as an assay offlco.
TWO NEW BRIDGES
At Castloman's and Berry's Ferries In
Clarke County. '
(Speclal to Tbe Tlmes-DUpatch.)
BERRYVILLE, VA., February 28,-At
a recent meeting of the Board of Super
vlstors of thls county a contract was
slgned by tho board with Colonel R. A.
Marr, profossor of ongineorlng at tho
Virginla Milltary. Instltute, asf tho en?
gineer In charge of the erectlon of the
proposed now brldges over tho Shenan
dcah Rlver at Castleman's and Berry's
Ferrles, ln thls county. In accordanco
with the questlon submltted to the peo?
ple at the electlon held to decldo whether
or not brldges should be bullt, lf after
hls prellmlnary survey and examlnatlon
the engineer advlses that they can be
bullt with the ' sum voted for, $40,000,
then tho work wlll doubtless be pushed
at once to completlon'. If he reports
otherwlse no action can be taken wlth?
out another vote. .
Rov. E. A, Temple, Who has had charge
of Meade-Memorial Church at Whlte
Post In thls county for over seven years,
has resigned and left on Monday to take
charge of a parl3h 'at Waco, Texas.
Hon. Marshall McCormlck and Mrs.
McCormlck left Tuesday for a ten days'
vlslt to Atlantlc Clty.
Mlss Loulse Clagett left Monday for a
trlp to Washlngton and Baltlmore. She
wlll be tho guest of Mlss Mary Patter
son whlle ln the latter clty.
Mrs. H. McKelden Smlth, who has been
vlsltlng her mother, Mrs. Eugenla Glov
er, has returned to her homo ln Staunton,
Mrs. Montague Stevens, of New York,
ls vlsltlng relatlves ln town.
The Clarke County Horse and Colt Show
ABsoclatlon Is maklng arrangements to
erect a large and oommodlous grand
stand on Its grounds near thls place.
Thls, wlt,b tho Improvements already
made to the grounds, wlll furnlsh every
accommodatlon whlch could be deslred.
A Street Carnival pecldecfUpoh/or the
Thlrd Week in May. :
? (Bpeclal to The Tlmes-DUpntcb.) " .
WYTHEVILLE, VA., February 28.?
The whole town has been interested ln
a large degree during the past fow days
In the efforts of a carnlval company to
securethe prlvllege of the streets of the
town and free llcense for the purpose of
holdlng a carnlval ln Wythevllle. At the
flrst meeting of the Councll the vote was
a' tlo, and the body adjourned to lost
night, when the prlvlleges were granted
by a vote of eight to three. The town's
flre department: secures ten per-cent bt
the gross receipts of shows and twenty
fivo per cent, of the recelpte of conces
sions. There was conslderablo opposltlon
to the comlng of the carnlval. The-flrst
oarnlval In the town's hlstory was here
last April, Thls one will be held the
thlrd weok ln May. . The flre company's
percentage.wlll bo spent In Improvements
for the depnrtment
Tendency Last Week Toward a Better
Feeling on All Grades.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlapatch.)
DANVILLE, VA., February 28.?The
tobacco market has been ,about the same
as ln the past three weeks, with a ten?
dency toward a better feeling on all
grades. The report for the month, Issued
by Presldont Jones, shows tho total sales
for February to be 5,003,490 pounds, an
lncrease of 1,448,184 pounds over February
of last year. Tho sales for tho past week
were .,182,181 pounds. The prices has
avewigod abouit ten cents.
i The Holland Tobacco Warehouse wns
sold today at publlc auctlon, and was
bought by Jullan Meado for W, C. and
W. D. Noell, the prlco belng $10,100. The
property was owned by tho estate of the
late S. H. Holland, and Is very valuable.
TO GRAND JURY
Two Cases of Larceny Pre?
ferred Agalnst Him?Po?
llce Court Notes.
Young Cllfton Maynard prescnted the
most aoject picture of wretchedness as
he stood before Justlce John yesterday
morning to answer the charge of taking
two dlamond rlngs belonfflng to D,
Buchanan, ' , ?,, _ . ,,
He sald he felt llke kllllng hlmself,
ln both cases ho wns sent on to the
grand Jury, whlch meeta on Monday.
The young man ls charged with having
taken two rlngs vaiued, respeotlvely, at
$115 and $100. Hls parents aro ln Florlda,
where they went about a week ago.
Jit'lla Frayser (colored) wus sent down
for slxty days for taking a allver epoon
and somo wearlng apparel belonglng to
B. H. Berry. ?.
The case agalnst James Stearns,
charged with cuttlng A. Carlerrt, was
continued to Mo day.
Lewis Stern folored), for strlklng and
woundlng IV, p. Bloluirdeon, YaH se,li
to the grand ji y. and on the oliarge of
hlttlng Vtotorla Jw with a blunt nstrii
ment ho wlll be further heard on the 4th,
M, C. Eacho pald Ji'.W for reckless
Peter Duncan (colored), as a susplclous
oharactor, wus sent down for slxty days.
R. J, Butcher, an alloged desorter from
the United States navy, was held until
tho 6th for Insiructlons. He was ar
r.ested by Detectlve Gibson and Ofllcor
lj.ames Rlchardson pald $10 for as.ault
ln?r cuttlng and ubuslng G. B. Coopor.
Ed Flt"^rald and Charles Brown
.a.oh pald $8 for hclng dlsorderly on lho
StW?e'H. West (colored) got drunk and
dlsorderly $l!.50 worth.
H?A ?0BSt th'rd poge,
"Pe-ru-na is an Effective Cure for
; JAMES H%
General James B. O'Beirnne, 290 Broadway, Washington, D. 0., late Oommissioner of Charities oi
New York City, N. Y, and Assistant Oommissioner of Immigration, writes as follows:
"As many of my friends and acquaintances havesuccessfullyused your Peruna as a catarrh cure,
I feel that It is an eftective remedy, and I recommend It as such to those suffering from that disease as t
most hopetul source of rellef." > JAMES R. O'BEIRNB.
Spring Time the Best Se__
son of the Year to Treat
Notwlthstondlng that a great number
of people have been cured of chronlo
catarrh by taklng Peruna during the
past cold .seasori. yet It cannot be denlod
that the cold, wet, sformy weather has
retarded many cures, and, ln some cases,
actually ? prevented a cure.
But sprlngtlme has come at last, and
now ls the tlmo for all catarrh suffererB
to' begln a systematlo course of treat
ment for this disease. The greatest dlffl
oulty ln tho way of treatlng chronlo
catarrh is that tho patlent ls so llable to
catch cold during the traatment- and
thus delay a cure.
Thls llablllty at thls season of tho year
ia, In a great measure, removed, and no
ona should negloct the opportunlty to
Peruna is* acltnowledged by ? everyono
to bo tho only rellablo and unfalling
cure of catarrh whorover 1'. tmay bo
located. ?'When you take Peruna you
are not experlmentlng wlth ah unknown
Men and women of national reputa
tlon, aa well oa thousands In the humbler
walks of life, publicly endorse Peruna.
Peruna does all that ls olaimed for'lt. It
Mr. John E. Burns,, 28 Spring Gardon
Road, Hollfax,. N. B., Wator Inspoctor,
"I can hardly flnd words that can ex
press my thanks to you for what your
remedy has dono for me.' I havo been
troublod.wlth catarrh of-the hoad for a
couple of yoars, and I was porsuadod to
try Perunn, and found great beneflt after
uslng three bottles, and I can recom
mend lt hlghly tb any one sufferlng from
JOHN E. BURNS.
Peruna Cured Catarrh of Several Yeara*
Mr. G.' L. Martin, Hartford, Ont., cholr
leader at St. Paul's Bplscopal Church,
"Peruna. ls a wonderful remedy for
catarrhal troubles. I have been troubled
with catarrh for a great many years,
and always trying somothlng for it, but
was able only?? to socure tomporary ro
Hof untll r used-Peruna, Only flve bot?
tles rid my Bystem of all tracos of ca?
tarrh, and I have not notlced tho sllght
ost troublo for several montha. My head
was stopped up, my breath offonslve,
and It Is a rellef to bo able to breathe
freoly onco more." .
O. L. MARTIN.
A Promlnent Canadlan Testlfies.
Mr. Joseph Crees, Gov. Houso; Ottawa,
Canada, Head Steward to Lord Mlnto,
Goy.-General oi Canada, wrltas:
" / wlsh to emphasize my hlgh
opinion of Peruna as the finest
remedy I have ever known for
catarrhal affllctlons. I have used
lt and have found it an exceltent
tonic and a grand blood purliler.
I have recommended Its use toa
number of men under me andam
pleased to say that nothlng I have
ever observedgets a slck man out
of bed and well agaln as qulckly
as Peruna. I am glad to be able
to tell ot Its merits."
If you do not rocelve prompt and ?*tl_- .
factory results from the ma ot Peruna,
wrlte at once to Dr. Hartman, givtng t
full statement of your case, and he wlf
bo pleased to glve you hls valuable aOt
vlce gratls. _ .
Addrefcs Dr. Hartman. Preowtnt d
The Hartman Sanltarlum, Coltmahiu^
DAILY CALETNDAR, MARCH 1ST,
1 B. C?Abel waa struck out
1003 A. D.?Baso-boll belng revived.
? ? ?
The ides of Maroh are upon us,
Whatever thoy are.
And wlth them come such thlngs as
baso-ball and marblos and kltes,
lt wus ln the good old days of the
ldos that Ben Franklln dtsooverod llght
nlng by meana of a klte, and evor slnco
thnt tlme the country haa been crowdod
wlth llgbtnlng rod ngonts and barbod
wlre fence drummors.
They say tho wlnds doth. blow In
Mnroh, and thoy also say that lt's an
lli wind that don't blow somebody no
Lot the March wlnde blowj
Away wlth the snow?
We want to noe blossoma and. ftow
We want' to slt down,
On soft, mossy ground.
We won't object to spring showers.
AVo want to play ball
From Bprlng untll fall:
We want to slt In tha grandstend
And watch 'Squlre Donatl,
Who's nrnlly so fnt ho :._???,'.
Can't reach to tho ground wlth hls
Let the ldos of March come
Let thom como wlth a vongeanoo, for
we have no more coal and very llttlo
wood, and wlth the flrst sprlgs pt grass
the 8lx may east oalda thelr old shoes
and onea more may wo havo soma
funds left over to buy hokov-pokey.
It takes most of our time to koep up
wllh tho rules of baso-ball.
We usod to go out wlth a red shUt
on and a whlto stnr on our hroist. and
a belt on wlth "Captaln" ln tha nilddie,
and play ball accordlng to tho rules
lald down for us by tho blgger boys.
Not Bam and John.
Now wo hava to carry a book ln our
pockot ond overy tlmo a ball Is blffed
to short. rlght. or a foul tlp goes lnto
tl* a-ui-e over the stand, or a plavor
slldes to second on a muffod lly nnd
a lilttcr trlos to stenl a bag, wo have
to con.iu.lt tlie book to seo what It
oemita or who's rlght and what the
Bcora Is, and lf ao, why not.
,1 .We llke the goodi old way, aud :?/? ,
must admft that we llke the new way,
too, and If wo don't havo a speclal
sont set npart for ua at Broad-Stroet
Purk thls season, whoro wo can ent pea
nuts and shout outself hoarse and call
tho uiuplro a horso thlef nnd any othor
old thing wo thlnk approprlate, we want
to know why so.
Wo want ti place where we can tako
off our coat and put lt on the back of
tho bench, wlthout offendlng the "sweet
young things" who Uke boao-ball llke
WQ ao- . ? ,.
And we want to see some good ball,
and we have been told thnt wo are
golng to havo boiiio,
We wlsh to oxprcss our gratltude at
tho stop belng taken looklng to tho
holdlng of another Streot Falr.
Wo want to havo the ohnnca of get
tlng back that 75 cents wo lost with
tho "flshlng polo gamo," and we want
to see that Oriental beauty who dld
tho aorpentlne dance on tho mldway at
tho Clty Hall,
On with the Carnlval!
Let eonfottl fail down our back llke
apple blossoms on the orehard grass.
Let ornngcade and hot sausages llow
Hko tlie noblo Jeenies.
Let our country couslns como to see
us, and lot them havo a good tlme.
Glvo us anothor tioral parado, and an
Oriental march of camels nnd donkoys
up nnd down Broad Stroet.
Let the eleotrlo dlsplay shlno forth ln
nll Its brllllanoy, and let us tako a Trlp
to tho Moon or a rlde on the Ferris
Hurrah for Colonol Murphy nnd Mr.
Cohen nnd all tho others who wnnt to
brlng the people to town!
But let's havo a good show.
? * * S
Our good friends of Roso Lane and
Maldens'. Lano and Church Street ure
|o be congratulated.
For Mr, rotors, who has beon looklng
out for them, hns seen that a bl?_sewer
shnll bo placed lu a oonvenlent place for
them, nnd nn moro wlll thore hc
duck ponda and quagmli'es outln thelr
front yards and ln thelr back yards. j
Wo hopo, on bcliolf of our Rose Laife
friends ,that Mr. Poters wlll ba a useful
member ot tlie Councll as long as there Is
a Councll. I
Mr. Harry Huher has. also. como to
tholr ald, und ho says that ho'll see that
Rlversldo Park has somo boncho. and
urass and a nionn thls suinmor, lf ho h:is
to put thom there hlmself.
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Colonel Branch is not satlsned with
tho presont'conditlon of things.
Ho wants all the stroet cars removed
from the clty, aud wouid perforco. waik
from Fulton to Monroe Park npd back
"Street cars are a menace to the busl?
?e_5) iiu?r?'?tp 9f the. clty," fiuuth he,
"Suppose," he quothed., "you walke.
from Steeath Street Up to Steenth. You'll
naturally stop and look ln thewlndowa.
Then you'd see somethlng you'd get,
whether you needed lt or not. If you
got on a car and rode up you'd paaa by,.
and tho rosult would be that you'd not
spend tho money you havo burnlng a hole
ln your pockot. ?
"Now," ho continued to quoth,.the
buslnoss of tho clty is lnjured that much,
and lf tho monoy is""not put into olrcula
tlon, what is to become .of us7"
"I don't thlnk a street fair ls a good
thlng, neither. A old-faaoloned etook fair,
wlth plenty of faklra ls what we Vanf.
We want the fat hog, the Durham bull,
tha Jorsey cow, the blg pumpkln, and
tho three-card monte man. Them'e whal
we want, and all our energles shall be dl?
reotod to that erul," _
Old Domlnlon Lodge K. of P. to Enter
taln Frlen s.
An open meetlng of Old Domlnlon
Lodge, No. 4, Knlghta. of Pythias. wlll
be hold at Leo . Camp Kall to-morrow
nlght at 8:30 o'clock,
Addresses wlll be made by Hon. Charles
Bland and Hon. James W. Gordon, and
thero wlll be a dellghtful muslcal and
llterary programme, followed by llght re
The programnio wlll conslst of tho fol
lowliiK niimbers: Forgusson's Instru.
lowlng nunibors: Furgusson's Instru
mental Quartette; addre?s, Hon, Chnrlea.
T. Bland, P. G. C; recltatlon, Mlss Nan.
nio T. Pegram; ivoeallst and lnstru-> .
mentallst, Phaup-Brooks Group: monolo
glst, Mr, Hmmuiiuel Francls: nlano solo,
Mlss Florence Dansey; song, Mlss Lottle
K. iMuund; address, Paat-Grand Chan. '?
cellor, J. W. Gordon; mopolloglst, Mr
iAinnle Wllson: bonjo solo, Mr. H*
Lucy; accompanlst, Mlss Floreno"
The Committee of Arranvlll be glven al
O. N. Kelnlngham, Ellts Jliurch Wednesday
George Shackell, _iscd by MTs. Collger,
_ ea. Thore w|U be a re*
Reer?exc-H_m _ _n_
Brewing Ctklin-Street Sacriflce.
d :..?./~nient Avo. .close ln; owner 3 tl
Brewillg C w c\'kg out-imeda luonsy.Aond,
r.. ?n kw6>' f??fr Ac?'Oa? tho atreetj j^j,
Ql all BOCueal V'ltaU. Trust Co.