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rdurqureftii, Temple 6 Co. Fourqure&n, Temple <5> Co.
New Wash Materials
Tho Atincx is a crowded placo?
OoWded with tho bui'sting newness of Spring;
With beauty and freshrioS- that beckons to
baimy days out of doors,
. Ancl with styles so rofreshing, so numerous, so
difibrently now 'that they nearly bcwilder
one's admiration. .
Tlio war-sh-gootls buyor is just back from tho
markot ancl thoso ull'rf. fchiiigs that will toll thai*
eriiicitig stovy so much botter to your oyos than
wo ran writo it, aro trailirig in after him. loit
will soe sorts to-rlay that woro iiot hom at this
writing, so wo cannot givo a tietailed list, but wo
can tell you this:
That Liriens, brown or bleacHed, are to be fche
scason'sloremost feature and that the provision
liere in them and in every other new fabric is
Round Throw] Lincns for shirt-watfits, bleachpd, S3o toOOc.
Froneh Walst LlnoiiH.soft ilnlsh nnd flno, 40o to <Mc.
Hotinil ThrciMl-JilnonH, soft flnlsh, heavy, 50c to 75c.
ItoundThrend SlilrtlngB for waists, 2Mi yds.wltle.ll to $1.75.
Lln.U CJrashos, W%C to 25c. Linen Hucks, 80c to 85c.
Liiiou lltu-lw, diimiwk pattern*. nowost tlosIgna. OOc.
Colorod Llnens nnd Linen Crasbos, last tlnts, 80c to 50c.
Theso new wears in cotton: L
" Whlto Oxford Sladras. 12Mc. Whlto Corclod Madras,12'Ao.
Morcbrlzod MivlniH, dnmask patterns, very ciTectlvo, 2oc.
McrccrlzcdOxfortl*, imported, permnnoiit histrti, 24>o to 60c.
8--lnoh Miul'ras for waists or clrcwscs, pretty pnttcrns Ifitfo.
Chuinbrav Ginfflmnw. lntcst patterns, 87 inchos 10c to 1SJ.O.
fltVlncli Whltve All-Llficn Lawn. 35c quallty, for 2,5c
Silk Kinbroiciercd Moussellno, funcy colors, worth 50c, forStic.
Fourqurean, Temple & Co*
429 East Broad and Annex.
Coroner's Jury Found No In
dlcatlons of Foul Play.
ACCIDENT IN MANCHESTER
Sad Death of Arlher Roach? Funeral of
Mr. Latham?Report on Liquor Li
cense?Mr. Nunally Belter.
.Aio Tlrries-Dispatch Bureau, 1
No. MZ Hull Street. J
No blame wai givon the Passenger and
power Company ln the kllllng of Arthur
Roach In belng run over by one of Its
cars on tho Forest Hlll llno Monday night
by tho coroner's Jury.
A thorough lrivestlgatlon of tho accldent
was had yesterday aftornoon by Coronor
Brodna'x and tho followlng Jury: Messrs.
W. J. Stone, H. L. French, James Gal
loway, M. A. Campbell, M. F. Martin
und J. S. Alvls.
Tho Invostlgatlon showed that young
Roach, ln company with a young
woman of Petersburg, -formorly of
Manchester, left the former clty about 2
o'clock Monday afternoon. Doth had been
drinklng. Tho woman, upon thu arrival
of tho car In Manchester, went tojsco
rolatlves, and the young mnn strolled
about tho clty,
About 8 o'clock he was soon In n bar
room in Swnnsboro, nnd had a short con
versatlon with Constable Alvis. lie told
Mr. Alvls that ho camo to Manchester
to got work. and ho also gavo hls namo.
Ho remalnod nround tho place for a wlllle,
nnd then left, golng In tho dlrectlon of
tho Forest Hlll car llno, aeross Tnnyard
Bottom. .j . , , , .
Near tho scono of tho accldent hls foot
prlnts wero soen, Indlcatlng that he had
been In a staggorlng condltion.
? Tho theory of foul play wns taken into
little conslderallon by tho Jury and tho
coronor, although tho motormnn of tlio
car thnt preceded the one whlch ran
ovor Roach sald ho saw soveral men
standlng noar tho spot whon hls enr
passod, and that ho slacked up, thlnkltig
thoy wanted to got aboard, but they did
not (jet on the car.
The woman who nccompanled Hoach to
Manchostor, It was learned, returned to
Petersburg on the !> o'clock enr aloho.
After ull tho ovldonce, had been glven
the Jury returned a verdlot holding tho
At tho Inquest was the unolo'of tho
young man, Lleutenant Vaughan, of tho
Petersburg pollco furco, who Identlflod
hls nephew, tho son of Mr. and .Mrs. W.
M. Roaoh, of Potorsburg.
Tho body was uont to Potorsburg at 3
o'clock yestorday afternoon nnd tho fune?
ral wlll be at 10 o'clock thls mornlng.
He loaves, bosldos hls parents, two
brothers and a slstor, Messrs. Waltor M.
Mld Buddy Roach and Mrs. Evu Davis.
MR. LATHAM RUIUED.
The remains of tho late R. O. Latham
were lald to rest ln Ilollywood yestor?
day aftornoon at 4 o'olock, tho servlces
havlng beon held at Flfth Stroot Metho?
dist Churoh by Rov. Asa Drlscoll aml
W. A. I~.tighon, A lnrge numbor of
friends attendod the funoral.
The Suboommltteo on Flimnco wlll
_iakn a report on tho proposed Increaso ln
llquor llcensos at tho meotlng Frlday
plght. The full commltteo wlll probably
fecommend that the llcenso bo Inereascd
to $100, but It ls llkely that Councll will
eut lt from that flgure, as many members
?t that body do not feel that It wniild be
just to make such a blg lncronso at ono
tlmo, Tho present feo Is $30, nnd somo
members thlnk an Incroase of ono hun
_red por cont. would bo moro oqultuble.
Mr, E. P- Nunnally, who has beon slck
for some tlmo, Is lmprovlng.
Mr. 11. I. Andrews has gono to Suffolk,
QINC- th- WAR
NOW OVER 40 YEAR8-AND L I K U LY TO
NtMAIN THE ONLY REAL CURE FOR
RhBumatltm *m><T? blood r*mton?,
Al dnu-UM, Ita. Bottlo, Poi-tal brln^n ttookltf;
WK._.WtruM.Uiiln-?Uv ?__i. Aow Vork. -
whoro ho wlll mako hls future home.
Mlsa Blrdle Cox ls expcctod back from
Furrnvllio thls week.
Mr. J. J. Bayly and hls famlly wlll re
movo to TuBcumbia, Texas, thls week.
Chlef Llpscomb haa _ polnter dog In
charge at the Pollce Station. whlch the
owner may get lipon applicatlon.
Mitchell Farmer was fined $1.50 yester?
day by Mayor Maurleo for creatlng a
dlKtufbanco In tho street
Tho Alrnshouso Commlttee mot last
nlght and transncted routlne buslness.
IN THE CITY HAL.I..
The clty ofllclals nre very much Inter?
ested In the plan of Councilman Owen
for cxtonslvc addltlons to the Courthouse,
making of tho finished bulldlng a com?
plete Clty Hall. with ofllces for the va
vlOiia departments and the courts and
Mr. Owen estlmates that the new bulld
Ing undor hls plan wlll not cost mmpi
thnn J15,0?, and that It will bo an orna
montnl ns well as a sub^tnntlal 1)ulldln_.
The Finance Commltteo wlll eonslder
the proposltion, and It Is believed by
many Councilmen thnt tho schemc wlll
be a rcallty hy the tlme tho next bud?
got !s promulgated.
OIAWIPIA CUJB'S ENTEBTAINMENT.
The Olympla Cluh's entcrtalnment for
the benefit of the Daughters of Blbcrty,
now belng arrnngeel for, promlses to be
one of the most elebaorato wor glven
ln Manchester. Besldos carrylng nll the
fc.it:*res of n festlval. other line of
nmusement wlll be followed out. Among
tho featu'resj wlll be acts by Messrs. John
M. Ryall nnd Bonnle Wllson, of Itlch
FOR THE SOUTHERN
Sir.-^-Owing to the great Importance of
having to mako contracts ancl genoral
nrrnngements for the Southern Education
Conference- to bo held ln Richmond dur?
ing April. I have secured Mr. Fayetto
Ball to cnlloct nmounts duo on pledgea
nnd dollvcr sald pledges, as a recolpt for
samo. All who havo not pledged them
solvos, and so dcslre to make a contrlbu
tlon can send check to me by March 15th.
HENRY I,EE VAT..ENT1NE.
Chalrman Flnanclal Comntittee, P. t>.
Box 247, city. ,? .
A Divorce Granted,
Mrs, Mary Schnurman, of Norbh Sev
entcenth Street, has beon grantou an nb
soluto divorce from her husband, Gus
Schnurman, on statutory grounds. Tho
divorco wns grnntod by Judge Mlnor, of
the Law and Equlty Court.
IS MUCH AMAZED
Say They Have Always Pald
Bills from Richmond's
Tho supervisors of Henrlco county aro
nll n.mn.od thnt tho Board of Firo Com
mlsKlonoi-H of Richmond should go to nny
cnnsltl.riible lengths to presont them with
a blll for servlces renderod, They- are
curlous to know why thero Is bolng so
much snld about tho mattor, in view of
tho fuct that they havo been p:iylng such
bllls ever sinco thoy can romombor.
Tho supervisors met yesterday at tho
courthouso ln regular sossion, but hnd
not yot recelvod tho communlcatlon from
tho Board. Honeo tho mattor was not
oven montloned nt the meeting.
Several monibers, soon nl'torwards, snld
they woro nt a loss to uudcirstnnd what
It all mennt, For years back they hava
boen paylng bllls for damages sustalned
by tho flro dopnrtment during servlcvs
rendereel to Honrloo pooplo?damages such
ns broken hose nnd so on. Not once
have thoy refuaod to meet auch bllls pro
sontocl to thom. Thoy have no looa now
of clocllnlrig to do so.
It Is suggested ln the lettor from Uio
Board that tho supervisors ostabllsli
eheniicnl statlons nnd so on in tho county,
and tako such other stop. us may lu
necessary to protoct tholr own constitu
ency',lii enso of flros, Whon asked If tho
board hnd nny idea of dolng thls sovoral
members declarod that tho inuUor hns
not even bsen mentioned, If tho clty,
howovor, cannot further soe its wny
clear to -protect tho thlckly sottlod por
tlons of the county, the board, the mom
hers udmlitect, wlll havo to do .cyiaothlin/.
Is Pleaslng 4o All Except ln
Ono Single Respect.
BUT LITTLE FOR CHARITY
Under tho Constructlon of Ihe New
Law Many Worthy Instltutlons ?
Woro Cut Off From
Probably never before. cortainly not
wlthln the memory of any ono now con
nectod with the clty government, has un
anual budget been recelved wlth more
genulne and unlversal ploasuro than tho
dooiimont whlch was passed Monday nlgln?
by th? Common Councll wlthout .so muoh
as havlng beon read. Tho actlon of tha
losaor body of tho munlclpal government
Ih takon as a compllment to tho lntegrlty
of tho Finance Committee, headed by Mr.
Jamos R. Gordon.
Thlnklntr that the budget. whlch hls
commltteo had slriven on with such cares
would be rocelnrod Monday nlght as for?
mer documonts of a liko nature, Mr. Gor?
don. although a member of tho Board of
Aldermen, was on hand to offer anv ox
planations about thls or that item which
mlght. not be quite. clear. He was wait-.
ing pationtly ln the smoking-room of the
chambor ongaged ln conv&rsatlon wlth
ono or two other gentlemen. Not one
of them hnd the remotost idea that.the
budget had beon called up, when sudden
ly In walkod Mr. ?Heslcp wlth the Infor?
mation that thu paper hnd beon passed
wlthout a dlssentlng voto, praclically.
WAS A COMPLIIME5NT.
To say that Mr. Gordon was pleased
and oqually surprlscd, is putting It mild
ly. Ho had expected a debate of at least
three hours, and reasonably thought that
several amendments would be made In
the document. It certalnly was'a com?
pllment to tho Finance Committee.
Inqulry yestorday among Councllmen?
members of different commlttees?reveal
ed that almost to a man they aro ploased
wlth tho recommondatlons of the Finance
Committee. They soem to reallzo that
every effort was exhausted to gbve each
department Just aa much money as possl?
ble, and have no klck to make agalnst
tho report. Mr. Marx Gunst, chnlrman
of the Rellef of the Poor Commltteo, anff
also a member of tho Flnmcc Cotamlt
teo, is sllghtiy upset over the fact that
ln tho budget tho estlmate of exponses
at the Almshouse Is cut down $1,000, but
otherwise he jolns hls follow members
In aipplaudlng the budget.
MUSIC IN THE PARKS.
Thero has been somo" little talk ovor
tho Itom approprlatlng *2,S00 for music
ln the parks, whlle the budget lgnorcg
the charltablo instltutlons of the clty.
Mr. Shea doesn't thlnk thls qulto rlght,
but when he advanced hls objectlons,
he eVide'ntly was not awaro that undor
the rullng of the Clty Attornoy, lt would
havo been unlawful to glvo any money
to nny charltable lnstltutlon. other than
those in which the clty is directlj' inter?
It wlll bo remembered that "whon the
new Constltutlon was drawn there wns
inserted n clnusc allowlnp no_city or pub?
llc corpomtlon In Vlrglnla to appropriate
any part of tholr funds to the malntaln
ance of charltablo Instltutlons. When ?
petltlon for a certain sum fnr such pur
poses camo up In the Councll. the mat?
ter was held up on that point. pendlng
an oplnlon from the City Attorney.
Mr. Pollard carefuly dnvestlgated tho
law, after whlch he reported that It would
bo illegal to mako any appropriatlons to
charltable Instltutlons. lt was duo en?
tirely to thls that the Finance Commit?
tee omltted In tho budgot small appro?
priatlons to the different instltutlons.
WILL BE OOMPLAINT3. -
So far no complalnt has beon, heard,
but thoy are sure to materlallze when
the fact fiilly develops upon the effecteil
charltablo Instltutlons, and an offort may
be made to have the law amended, so as
to mako It posslblo to glvo ovor small
sums of monoy to such a cause in the
As shown In tho copy Of tlie budget ro
producod In The Times-Dispatch yester?
day mornlng, the sum of $70,000 ls appro
prlatod for the erectlon of a '?water
towor." Whlle the language Is technl
cally correct, tho words are mlsleadlng
to a dogree, nnd many havo boen led to
believe that the clty contemplated the
purchase of a tower, ono of those porta
blo affalrs, such as aro In uso In other
towns ln the country.
As a matter of fact, thoro wlll
bo no water tower In Richmond,
In nccord wlth the strlct meaning
of tho term. On tho other hand, thore
wll be a stand ptpo, and lt wlll be looatod
In the Lee Distrlct, and It Is for the con?
structlon of such an affair thnt the large
sum of money has been prnvlded by tho
It wlll be remembored that severnl
months ngo tho Councll declded to have
clear wator and to also Increase tho pres
suro In the Loo Distrlct. A jolni body.
composod of tho Wator and Flnnnce Com?
mittoo, recomrnended thnt bonds to tho
amount of $350,000 bo lssued to oroct a
sottllng basin, and that tho Finance Com?
mittee bo Instructed to proparo In its
hudgot for thla yenr nn approprlation of
$70,000 for tho constructlon of a stand
plpe ln tho Lee Distrlct.
Tho Itom in the budgot slmply makes
tho approprlation In accordance wlth the
actlon of tho Counoll.
Whilo.. as statod, tho Councllmon are
unliforsnlly pleased wlth the budgot, the
members of tho Committoo on Markets
may ho sald to bo even happy ovor tho
rocommondatlons nnd tholr flunl adoptlon.
Thls wns tho nnly pnrt of tho govern?
ment to be glven tho nmount asked ln
WOOD'S "TRADE MABK"
nre tho bcHt that cnn be obtnined
?freo lVom weed seeds and iiapur
itius and of strong geniunnting
quftlitlea. Itisvory important if
you desire to seouro good stnmls
and good crops to piirchuso tho
highest grade seeds obtninable.
Thls you cnn nlwuys do by pur
chusing "Wood's Trudo Murk
Braucl'' of Farm Seeds.
Wood's New Seed Bookfor 1903
mniled ou request, tells ull nbout
Vegetable nnd Flower Seeds,
Uruss nnd Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats,
Tobacco, Seed Corn.
Cow Peaa, Soja, Velvet and
Navy Beans, Sorghums,
Broom Corn, Kaffir Corn,
Peanuts, Jllllet Seed, etc.
, Write for Seed Book nnd prices
of'UJiy Ftinn Seeds required.
I W.W00D & SONS,
Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.
Bone Palns, Itehlng, Scabby Skln .
Swcllfnga, Ctirbuncl-.s, Plmplcs, Scrofuln
Permanontly iured by taking Botanlc
Blood Balm, lt dostroys tho notlvp Polson
In tho blood. lf you havo nchoB and palns
In bones. back and Jolnts, Itehlng, Bcnhby
Skln, Blood feols hot or thln, Swollen
Olands, lllslngs nnd Bumps on the Skln,
Mucus Patehee In Mouth, Sore Thront,
Plmplos, or offonslvo oruptlons, Copper
Colored Spols or rach on Skln, all run
down, or nervous, Ulcors on any pnrt of
t.ho body, Halr or .ISyebrowit falllng out,
Carbunclcs or Bblls, tako
Bolanlc Blood Balm, Guaranteed
to curo oven tho worst and most deop
soated eascs w.horo doctors. nntent medl
clnes. nnd hot sprlngs fnll.'Honls nll
sorea, stops all aches nnd palns, redticos
all swolllngs, mnkos blood pure nnd rich,
complotoly changlng the entlro body Into
a cloan, hoalthy conditlon. II. II. B. has
curod thotisands of cases of Wood Polson
even aftor roachlng the lnst st.iges.
Old Rheumatlsm, Catarrh, Ikzemn
aro cauaod by an awful Polsoned conditlon
of the Blood. B. B. B. stops Hnwltlng
and Splttlng, Itehlng, nnd Sc-rntchtng,
Aohes nnd Palns; curea Khoumntlsm. Ca?
tarrh; hoalg all Scabs, Scirtas'.' Ernptlons.
Watery Bllnfcrs, foul festcrlng Sores of
Eczema, bv giving a pure, hoalthy blood
supply to affectod parts.
* Cnncer Cured
Botanlc Blood Balm Cures Cnncers of
all klnds, Suppunitlng SwelllngS/ Eatlng
Sores, Tumors, ugly Ulcors. It kllls the
Cancer Polson anu hoals thn sores or
worst cancor perfectly. If you havo a
peralstont Plmple, Wart. Swelllnits, Shoot?
ing, Stinglng Palns. tako Wood Halm and
they wlll dlsappcar beforo they clevelop
lnto Cnncer. Many appnrcntly hopelcss
cases of cancor cured by taking Botanlc
^n a Ste bI^^?1
II uy n lai-??i t.ottlo fi.e 81, ?r nny
druBtrlnl, tukn ui) illrt-ct.il. Jl.itunlo
Illi,.,d llnlin ( n.li.II.) iilnuy. curea
rhun tho i-lnlit ?|iinntlty U taken.
f not cured yoar inuncy wtll
pri.iiij.tlv l.e rt- J_\/t ?
out ai-j.-inii4.Tit' UjH/Ovd. UJaSu>jSo
Botanlc Blood Balm (B.LJ.H.j is
Plcasant nnd safo to tako. Thoroughly
tested for 30 yrs. Cbmposed of Pure Bo?
tanlc Ingredlents. Strengthens weak kld?
neys and weak stomachs, cures dyspepsla.
Complete dlrecllons go wllh each bottle.
SAMPLE OF B. B. B. AND PAMPHI.ET
SENT FREE by wrltlng Illood Balm Co..
312 Mltchell St., Atlanta. Gn, Descrlbe
your trouble, and speclal froe medlcnl ad
vlcc, to suit. your case, also sont In sealod
the estlmates- submitted to tho Finance
Thls ls duo for the most part to the
efforts of Councilman R. L. Peters, chalr?
man of the Market Commlttee. He np
I>enred before the Flnanco Ccrmmltteo
with a request that $14,250 1>? approprlated
for the malntanance and Improvement o?
the throe markets. He presentcd hls
f.gures and argument In such a buslness
llko manner that the commlttee dclded to
allow tho entire sum.
Chnlrman Peters says thnt wlthln the
next year tho markots will woar n, de?
clded imprort-ed look over what ls now
scen by the patrons. Improvements wlll
be undertaken almost at once. and every
dallar wlll bo oxponded with a view to
better accommodating the people.
The Bureau ofStatistics Making Inqui
ries Most Actively.
The Bureau of Str'.istics of the United
States Treasury Department ls making
Inqulrles into tho warehouslng system ln
tho country, includlng the tobacco
warehouslng. Mr. T. M. Carcington, pres?
ident of tho Tobacco Associatlon of tho
United Statos, has received the followlng
communication from '"Mr. O. P. Austin,
Chlef of the Bureau:
"Tho Bureau of Statlstlcs is undertaklng
an lnqulry into the warehouslng system
of tho United Statos, Includlng tobaoco
warehouslng. Does your associatlon have
anythlng llke a dlrectory orllat of names
and addrossos of warehouses or ware?
houslng flrms dealing ln thls commodlty.
If so, I should be pleased to get hold of
lt. Any 3uggostlons from you ln re?
gard to thls lnqulry wlll be welcomed."
Richmond?Franccs W. ? Chrlstlan's
trustee to II. S. Wallersteln, 114 feet
on south sldo Grace Street, 313 1-2 leot
west of Meadow, $5,130.
Samo to H. T. Adams, 57 feet on
north sldo of Grace Streot, 84. feet
wost of Meadow, $2,005;
Samo to AV. H. Adams, 85 1-2 feot on
north sldo of Graco Stroet, 250 1-2 feet
west of Meadow, $3,8-17.
DoRoy E. Brown nnd wlfo to H. L.
Matthews, 30 feet on north sldo Park
O. 11. Funsten and wlfe to II. P.
Randolph, 28 feot on south sldo lvy
Streot, HO feet enst of Rowland, $4,800.
Ella M. nnd Horaco H. Howard to
Eleanora Tr.mer, 10 1-2 feot on north
slde Clay Streot, 07 1-2 foot wost of
John Washlngton Hughes to Georgo
C. Jitrvia, 31 I) 1-2-12 feet on Lelgh
Street, northoust corner Twenty-nlnth,
Thomas F. Jeffross and wlfo to Gllbort
J. Hunt, 58 3 1-2-12 feet on north sldo
Orovo Avonuo, 1123 1-2-12 feot onst of
Roblnson Streot, running back to Han?
Snmo to same, 70 feot on north sldo
Monument Avonuo, -109 feot east of
Meadow Stroot, $7,000.
H. A. McCurdy nnd wlfe to Robort
L. Taylor, 15 foet on oast slde St. Paul
Stroet, 150 1-2 feot north of. Duval, $1,
M. A. Powers, speclal commlssloner, lo
Elbert T. Davls, 51 5-d feot on Flrst
Streot (No. 1100 South Flrst Streot),
*70?. ? . . '
Richmond Tolophono Compnny s trus
toos to Warner Mooro, all of tho prop?
orty, rights and franchlsos of tho Rich?
mond Tolophono Compnny, $10,ooo.
Tho Stnndard Company, Wnrner
Mooro nnd wlfo to Snutliern Boll Tolo?
phono and Tolegraph Compnny. nll of
Its property, rights nnd franchlsos, $1.
Wlllson & Courtney, speclul commis
sioners, to Lllly II. Delnruu's trustees,
?ft 7-1" foot on north sldo of Mnrshnll
Street," 82 foot enst of Smlth, $3,000.
H.nrico?Eunlce J. Bnrrlngor to Myrtln
Anderson, 2fi 7-12 foot <>" west sldo of
Twenty-elghth Stre-'t. 222 1-4 foet north
of S, $50.
L. J. Cheatwnod's trustee to Henry S.
AVallei'stciln, 27 5-d feot on Nlnoteenth
Streot, northwest ooriier R, $254.38.
yy. M. Justls nnd wlfe to Cloorgo D,
Pear'mah, 88 4 1-2-12 foot on .south sldo
Marshall Stroot, BS I 1-H8 feot west of
Jo. I.iino Storn, spoclal commlsslonor
nnd trustee, to Wsslo S., wlfo of S. B.
Dunstan, 70 l'eot on past sldo Doep Run
Streot, oxtendlng from lJ'**'k Avouua to
Leonnrd Stroot, $l,tm
Honry S. Wallorsteln ?nd wlfo to A.
S llall "1 feot on north sldo of Urond
Street, .'100 foet cast of Thlrty-.ixth,
$1,400. , , , ,
Charles E. Worthlngton s admlnlstra?
tor. nnd Mary T. Worthlngton to Edgard
L. Ford 30 feot on north sldo of Floyd
Avonuo, botweon Park nnd Meadow
Stroets, $1,000. _
Tho best payln. Investmont |n the
South?Tho Tlmcd-nispatch want ads.
They vorli wondors?Tlio Tlmos-Dls
patch ada. I
GETS USED UP
The Advocate Dlscourscs on
a Strange Fact.
THE BODIES UNHEALTHY
Church Paper Says There la Somehow
a Leakage of Plety When Good
Men aro Gathered In
Tho Chrlstlan Advocate of thls week
contalns a brlelt and rathor saroastlc
cdltorlal on tho romarkablo fact that
"thero ls somehow a leakago of ploty
whon good mon aro gathered ln bunch
es." lt suggosts thaj tho cause and
curo of thls pocullar stato of thlngs
mlght be dlscussod at tho Monday meot?
lng of the mlnlstors, If such assembly
Itself ' Could escape tho ''inductlon"
'nover absent from a church congress."
Says tho Advocate:
Z-lon's Herald ls the organ of New
England Mothodlsm. It haa thls para
"A very able blshop onco sald to me:
'I nover get away from a general con?
ferenco wlthout feollng that I should
llke to go off to a oountry revlval meot?
lng and reoover my splrltual tone.' "
It seems the atmosphere of a Sanhedrin
hurts health. Tho ?_one gets used up.
The alr loses1 Its oxygen and galns car
bonlc acld gas, whlch lnoculates the
blood wlth a vlewless venom. A hun?
dred men, slttlng upon a subject sel
dom hatches a hoalthy offsprlng, rather
thoy addle a sound egg. A senate
grades down below the averago mem?
ber. The fool somehow drags men abovo
hlm to hls level.
A synod appears lnferlor ln goodness
and wlsdom ,to the Indlvldual Chrlstlan
composlng It. The frlotlon of thelr mlnds
emlts earthly odors. Thoro ls at tlmes
a bad tasto left ln the mouth at ad
journment. At the famous and hlstprlo
church conferenco at. Nlceal. composed
of men malmed ln eye, llmb and ten
don, hardly one wlthout mutllatlon ln
porsecutlons for ChrLst's aake, thore was
wlld- outburst and uproar among even
thoso heroos bf the Falth, when sharp
dlfforences moved thelr passlons. They
lost polarlty and slapped faces. of op
poslng brothren. '
Bvon Jesus loft hls "cablnot" and spent
hours . alone ln . prayer . to rid Hlm of
tho "dust of the earth" cllnglng lo
Hlm from contact wlth Hls dlsclples,
who mentally and splrltunlly substracted
from Hls highest condltion. We are
urged to Isolato ourselves In "our clos
ets" to shske off tho floating gorms, and
to rcchargo heart and braln from a
puro and dlvlno dynamo.
There ls somohow a leakage of plety
when good men are gathered ln
bunches. Thls "energy" whlch ought
to shine llke a clty slttlng on a hlll, by
a curlous hablt may run underground
and blte lnto qulet and useful oonductors
of water for tho thlrsty and of an lllu
ralnatlng vopor. The annals of the raco
report plague gonorated In the sesslons
of tho "Propaganda". and dosolatlng
home6, provlnces, the very altars of God
and Hls devout worshlppors.
Hlstory contalns the fact. The cause
and cure mlght bo dlscussod at tho
Monday meetlng and minlsters, lf such
assembly could escapo tho "Inductlon"
never absent from a church'congress.
| Snap Shots TJaken
| Sn jfcotei jCobbies
"It ls a striking-fact, and ono worth
whilo eonsldorlng," sald a prominent out
of-town Democratlc leader at'the Jeffer
son last nlght, "that so many State legv
islators aro doclarlng for the popular
?election of United States Senators. At
nearly every session of the Vlrglnla Leg?
islature Congress Is momoriallzed to sub
mit such an amendment, and thoro seoms
to be. an organlzed movoment on thlB
llno throughout the country. And> lt ls
rlght that it should bo so. Tho prlnclple
ls a tenet of Demooratlc falth, ns well as,
ln my judgment, one of tne vory corner
stones of popular government.
"Our party has doclared for lt, and tho
shameful performances that go on al?
most annuaily ln Delaware and other
States where tho corrupt uso of money
ls a common occurrenco, makes lt almost
necessary, to a proper reflectlon of the
wlll of the pooplo. We should stand by
our prlmary jrtan In Vlrglnla so long as
that ls tho noarest approach wo can
mako to tho prlnclple ln the absence of
the proposed amondmont to the United
"So far as I /im concernod I want to
Boe the prlmary system malntnlncd and
tho Barksdale puro olectlons blll passed."
Hon. J. S. Muegrovo, formor member
of the Houso of Delegates and ono of
the most popular membors nt tho seB
sion of 1890-1000, Is horo on a flylng trlp
of a few days, andi was mlxlng wlth hls
old colloaguos in tho lobbles last nlght.
It may bo that Mr. Musgrovo wlll agaln
entor polltics thls fall, and stnnd for tho
House agaln. Ho was defoated by Hon.
J. N. Sebrbll, Jr., tho prosont popular
member ln tho prlmnrles In 1801 ln a
heart disease flnish, nnd mnny of hls
friends desiro hlm to stand agaln.
It. ls not known yet whether or not Mr.
Sobrell wlll stand ngaln. as he has ro
movod hls law ofllces to Norfolk clty,
whero ho ls cnjoylng a luerntlvo prnctlce
in pnrtnershlp wlth Colonol Georgo C,
Caboll, Jr., formorly of Danvllle. So fnr
Mr. Sebrell hns not indlcated what ho
wlll do ln tho mattor ot agaln runnlng
for the Houso,
"The pissngo of the Rland flromon's
rellef blll through tho Houso to-day gtvoa
us great plensuro," sald ono of tho vls?
ltlng cnptalns, who ls horo ln tho in
torost of the moasuro upd who wns
among hls frlonds at New Ford's lnst
"We thlnk the blll ls a merltlrlous
ono nnd wo doslro to lay tho oredlt for
Its passage largely at tho foet of th-j
Hon. CharU'H T. Pland, of Porthmoiitli.
tlie popular putron, who labored so oar
ncstly ln eonson and out und who lod
tlie tlght wlth so much tloxtorlty on
"Wo havo tho most flattorlng assu
rances that tho blll wlll pass tho Son
A gentloman wns telllng a good story
In ono of the popular rcstaurants of tho
clty the other nlght.
Ilo snld that a fow years ago, a
nroad-Streot morchant hnd n clerk by
tho name of Mnrrow. Tho morchant
pald but llttlo uttontlon to tho dot.ills
of hls business, nnd ono day a customer
camo ln und sald ha dealrcd to scttlo
hls blll. ? . , <;
"Just pay lt to Morrow, sald tho
morohant, meaning that hls clerk would
look nfter the mattor.
"I want to sottlo lt to-day." replled
tlio tnnnoent customer; "I havo tho
monoy now and desiro to pay my bllls
Tliero was a goneral laugh and tho
blll wus scttled.
"Vou mny stato. sp far as I am con
YOU HAVE NOT
I^EAD TO-DAY'S TIMES
IfYou Overlook the
WANT AD. NEWS.
We want the 97fusical !People ofS?/ch~
mond to call at ourWarerooms and t'nspect
the most beautiful line of artistic iP/anos
ever shown tn the c/ty, Jtfear the wonder*
ful piano'player, the jfnyelus.
11 WEST BROAD STREET.
oernod," sald Senator Peyton F. St. -
Clalr, ofGUes, at New Ford's last nlght,
"that there wlll be no further flght on
Mr. Pollock for supei^ntendent of
schools of Pulaskl county. Hls noml-'
natlon wlll be eonflrmed at tho proper
tlme wlthout any questlon."
Hon. George E. Murroll, of Bedford,
who has boen to Washington In the ln?
torest of tho Vlrglnla oxhlbit to tho
Loulslana Purchase Bxpositlon, lias re?
turned to tho city and was at Murphy's
last nlght. Mr. Murrell was in flno
splrlts over tho outlook for a sucoessful
exhlblt on 'tho part of Vlrglnla, but did
not care to talk for publicatlon at thls
Colonel L. C. Berkley, Jr.. of Danvllle;
Hon. Edmund W. Hubard. of Bucklng
ham, and former Judgo Leo, D. Ynr
roll, of Greenesvllle, wero among tho
prominent Vlrglnla Democrats soen at
Murphy's lnst nlght.
Judgo Willlam Gordon Robertson, of
Roanoko, formerly a member of tho Con?
stltutlonal Conventlon, was about tho
lobbles, mixlng wlth hls friends last
Colonel Francls L. Smlth, of Aloxandrla,
who represontod thnt elty and county In
tho recent Constltutlonal Conventlon, and
who ls ono of tho ablest lawyers and
most courtly Vlrglnlans in the Northern
section of tho Stato, is in the clty, and
stopplng at the Jofferson.
Vlrglnlans hero last nlght wore:
Murphy's?J. C. Batts, Norfolk; Ralph
D, Gunn, Vlrglnla; J. F. Tompleton, W.
K. Chew, Waynosboro; A. W. Gildner,
Newport News; Wlll Aunspaugh, Vlr?
glnla; R. H. Bagby, Norfolk county; C.
E Rlohardson, Portsmouth; C. Perklna,
Vlrglnla; L, C. Moore, Charlottesvllle;
Bonj, Blackford, Staunton.
New Ford's?D. J. Trnynhnm, Vlrglnla
Conforonoe; Pollx O. Geo, Keysvlllo, Va,;
C. J. Reynolds, Fall Croek; T. T. Wll?
llams, Charlottesvllle; Charles Thompson,
Loulsa; J. It. Hlcks, Frederlcksburg; E.
A. Hownrd, Wlllow Springs; James L.
Mr. Bryant's Affidavlt.
Editor of Tho Tlinos-Di*pntch:
Slr,?I read an artlclo ln Tho Weokly
TUnes-Dlspatch of February _3th where
Dr. Tunstall snld that he hnd an nlil
davlt from me, donylng wh.it I had snld
on the witness stnnd In tho C.imiiboll ln
vestlgatlon ln RIohmond. I wlsh fnr thls
to bo oorroctod by saylng that Pr,
Tunstall camo to my houso thu noxt
day aftor I arrlved at homo from RIoh?
mond, .and asked mo to sign au mslru
mont of wrltlng for hlm, whlch 1 ditl,
bul It wns thls: 1 stated to hlm that
I did not intond to misroprosent him in
nny way. And ho drow up the wrlt
Ings and In that Instrumout or wrltlng
ho sald In January, 1D0J, ho (Dr. Tuns?
tall) sold out hls drug storo to a inun
by the namo of Burdett; ond that wns
wlthout my knowledgo. And that wns
till l did dony that l know of.
But I wlll stato further that during
that year of 1W'J I bought whlskey on
Dr. Tunstall- proscriptlnn from tlmt
drug storo, ln Lovlngston. Nelson
county, Va.: nnd also bought whlskey
on a pi-oscrlptliin from the sarna drug
storo on anothor doctor's preseription.
I will not call hls namo, as hls namo
hus novor beon enllod in tho Campbell
caso. And all tho lluuor 1 bought prlpr
lo thnt time wns wlthout Dr. Tunstnli s
knowledgo. so far us I know, which 1
did get at that drug storo in the. year
of 1001. whlch I can glvo tnfi cornot
date on ono occasion. 1 do not w ?h
to east a rullectlou uimn any ono lu thls
mattor, nor do 1 wlsh to t*i placod tn
nn omburrasslng posltion, ns 1 am now.
as l Stated the truth on my oath to tha
best of my knowledgo, aud I wlll so
stato agaln. ^ q imv-ANT,
Bryant, Nelson county, March .*).
Nothlng llke Tho'Tlmes-lHspatcli want
ads. tor rwmlts,
OATS, PEAS, ONION SETS,
CLOVER AND GRASS
NEW CROP, BEST GRADE.
Wrlto for Prices and Snmple's.
S. T. BEVERIDGE & C0M
1217 E. CARY ST., RICHHOND, VA. \
403 N.li'i $T. RICHMOND. VA. i
Blg Battle for Y. M. C. A. Re
cruits Now Drawing to
The membershlp contest between the
Senator nnd Represontatlves of tha
Young Men's Chrlstlan Associatlon wagoa
warrn. It wlll close Thursday nlght ot
thls woek at 10 o'clocJc. Tho Senators
havo tho advantage at thls wrltlng, but
thoro Is no tolltng who wlll load on
Thursdiay nlght. Applicatlons are com?
lng ln almost hourly, nnd Indlcatlons nre
that thero wlll ho woll on to two hundreU
by tho hour named', aonerols XV. Gray
Wattson ancl Noll D. Sllls, with tholr oap
tulns and nsslstants. uro actlve. Scorea
of inambor. wlll bo recolveci thls week.
Tho contest rulos will bo rlsldly ob->
served. tho applicatlons of new niem
l>ers thnt nro to count on tho contest
must bo ln the hands of tho soeretary be?
foro Thursday nigt 10 o'clock, and pay
ments mad'o accordlng to contest rulos.
Arratifrc-ments for tha banquot are
progrss-lng, nnd ovory now momber who
cunio In during tho contest and overy
mnn gottlng a now momber wlll havo a
st-ut nt tho batiquetlng board.
l'ronilui'iit spwiliors wlll dellver ad
dressas, and' lt ls presumed that ona of
tho most brllllant men of tho country
wlll bo hero. It wlll ba a great occaslon,
undoubtodly tho greutoat soclal event ot
tha last eight yaars.
On tho nlght of tho 6th, books for tha
nsHOflatlon year wlll also eloso. The Clt
l.ons' commlttee wlll groatly appreciata
It if tho jublleo fund subecrlbor* wtll
make tholr flnal payments.
Momborahlp dues pald on or liefoia
that nlght wlll also maferlally help In
maklng tha best rocord of any year ln
tha ossoclatlon'a hlstory. j
Nothlng Uke The Tlmes-Dispatch wanj
ads. for results. -I
No blanks ln Tho Tlmea-piap?tch w?n
columns. Kvary ad. brlngs mults.