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"Ihe rose is fairest when 'ti\ bu-Jding new/ ....?*
Why wouldn't Scott's words apply to our store.
Every freight brings us something new-joine branch
new style _f furniture,
Ihe stock ts now budding new. Before spring arrives
?twill be losing some qf its beauty.'
Handsome. durable furniture for every room in the
house?superior in point of quality in both material and
work man ship, beauty, style ariSlow price always.
Ihe longer you wait the poorer your choice?
See our beautiful line of GO-CARTS and CARRIAGES
Ryan, Smith & Talman,
Furniture, Floor Coverings, Stoves, &c.
609 East Broad Street. ? ? Richmond, Va.
Case Before Justlce John Held'
Over for Report from the
. * Street Commlttee.
I?everal promlnent flrms and corpore.
tlons woro before Justlce John yoster?
day morning to answer the charge of
obstrucllng tho alley In the block bound
?d by Elghth and Nlnth and Main and
The concorns summoned wore the
Richmond Trart.fer Company, the Ches
apeako and Ohlo Rallroad Company. the
Ball Telephone Company and Denoou
Real Estato Agency.
They wero charged with having plat
forms, poles, iron hoods and othor things
all along tho alley, and the case wen
over to the 31st lnstnnt, bo that tho Street
Commltteo mlght tako some action.
Mr. Travors waa f.ned I3.S5 for keoping
hls llttlo placo of buslness open.
'llattlo Da>i'ls.. colored, was assessed to
and costs for belng dlsorderly on thu
street. ? . .
George Holmes, cjolorcd. waa fined ?t
for reckless drlving.
Vlrgie Walker and T. H. Unger were
each fined S2.60 for belng dlsordeily.
James Straus, colored, waa sent on to
tho grand Jury for assaultlng and cuttlng
W. E. Taylor wll tell on tho 17th -why
ho got lnto a flght In John Allen's bar
room and assaultcd John Holtzback with
a blunt Instrument, and John Holtzback
wlll tell why he assaulted W. E. Taylor
wltb a knlfo.
Cordella Flemlng. colored. was charged
$10 izr belng dlsorderly on a streot cai
and strikir.g J. E. Waymack with a brk-:
George Vaughan was sent down for
twenty days for Intoxlcatlon.
Jamos Crawford pald $2.60 for the prlvi
lego of curslng and abuslng Rona B.
!" .?.ira?, f
Tho Woman's Alliance met with Mrs.
E. S. Rend-at tho Manor House on yes
torday afternoon, tho sesslon belng an
tinCwialiy splrlted ono. There was a good
attencmnce. Thero was a voto carrled
to glvo ou "April fool's" nlght, April 1st,
at Llbrary Hall, a awapplng party, when
each per.son who comes Is to brlng an
artlcle of any descrlptlon, securely wrap
ped, whlch they can swap and reswap
all they care to. There wlll be no ad
mtsslon feo, and no charge for tho swap,
but the ladies will have for aale appetl
ing blts of food and hot beverag.es, so
thnt all can eat, drlnk nnd be merry, as
llttlo or as much as they pleaso.
All tho members of the Woman's
Study Club are requested to attend th
regular meeting thls afternoon at 2:30
o'clock In their club room. By order of
The Annual buslness meotlng of the
Woman'3 ATilance has been chunged by
vote from September to April, so as tcj
accord with tho national organlzatlon, of
whlch they are a branch. Another no?
tlco of thls,wlll appear ln advance of the
Tho German olass wlll meet on Wed?
nesday evenlng with Dr. Roope.
Mrs, Mary J. Carter w... to-morrow re
entor tho Old Domlnlon Hospital to have
further treatment on her eyes, Dr, Da
vidson. tho oxport speclallst ot Rloh?
mond, has her ln chnrge.
Llttlo Vllla Colllns has been oulte slck
with tho menslea tho past woek, but is
Mr. Dowltt P. Hubbard, who has beon
IU for Hovoral weoks, remalns about tha
namo. Ho ls a most; hlghly osteertfed res.
Ident, and much regrot at hls protracted
lllnoss ia folt by hls many frlonds. Dr.
Colllns ls tho physlclan in attendanco.
Mlss Jennle HudglnB, who fell snd
palnfully Injured liersolf moro than a
week ago, is now able to be out.
Llttlo Ethol Brothors has ontlrely re
covored from' her rocent aciiuaintunce
with tho grlp.
Douglas Kidd and hls slster, Jane, are
sufforlng from tho murrips.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Commerford, of
Richmond, were guests Sunday of Dr.
nnd J\irs, N. J. Roope, nnd expressed
themselvos ns bolng hlghly ploasod wt'th
Hlghlnnd Springs. Mr. Commerford ls
a popular attacho of the Davls Root und
Shoe Company, ? late of Lynn, Mass.
Mr, and Mrs. Wllllam H. Rose, of
Qreondale Park, and llttlo daughters
drovo ovor. calllng on tholr friends at
I^ynhurst Sunday afternoon,
Mrs. Nesbitt and son, of \_.,estnut Hlll,
Mr, Hopo, Mr, T. O. V. a.Ker and Mrs.
H. Freeman were guests ut Sunnysldo
Dr. H. Gllmor and Dr. E. L. Grubbs.
also of Richmond. were -guests of Mr.
and Mrs. AtklsBon ln Dnlry Avenue.
Mrs, Atklsson vislted friends ln Rich*
Mrs. O. L. Woodworjh and daughter,
Mlss Eidas, hflve returned to their home
ln' Portland, Malno. after a vlstt^ to Mr.
and Mrs, E. II. Lea, of North Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Lee, who have been
vlsltlng frienda ln Klng Willlam, have
Mrs. J. P. Haupt la quite tll at her homo
nn Vlrglnla Avenue. i
Mra, M. M. Thomas, who haa beon
vialtlng Mr. and Mra. J. G. Jetor, of% Ba
dles' Mlle Road, has returned io* her
homo In Gulnea, after a pleasant vlalt.,
Mra. Frazler, of Hanover, is vialtlng
friends on Chamberlnln Avenue.
Mr. Ellia, of Brook Road, la vlsltlng In
Mr. Robert Wade, of Charlottesvllle, la
vialtlng hls aunt, on York Street.
Mr. Archer has returneu to hls home ln
Allanta, after a vlalt to hls parents ln
Mlsa Mary Merryman. who haa beon
vlsltlng hor parents In Hlghland Park.
haa returned to East Richmond to resume
MIbs Grace Duval, of Chesterfleld. la
'vlsltlng Mr. and Mra. Robert Scott.
Mr. West, who has been vlsltlng Mr. S.
P. Jones, has returned to hls hpmo ln
Mlss Watklns. clty mlsslonary of the
Piesbyterlan churches, met ye3terday wltih
tho Badles' Ald Soclety of the Overbrook
Church at the resldence of Mrs. W. G.
Tho prayer meetlng of the Overbrook
Presbyterlan Church has been changed
from Thursday to Wednesday.
Mlss Lona Kelly, who has been quite
iick at her home on vBrook Road, is lm?
Maater Walter Hennlnger la quite slck
tt hia home on Hermitage Road.
Mr. Eddle Goodloe has returned home
ifter a vlslt to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
'.'harles B. Goodloe, of Bewlston, Va.
Mrs. Haupt Is qulto slck ai her home.
Master Alex. Sands, who haa been quite
lck, is able to be out agaln.
Mlss Anna Knlght, of Norfo-.t, Js vls
tlng frienda on North Avenue.
Servlces will be held nt the Overbrook
Piesbyterlan Church thls evenlng at 8:1b,
ciiductod by Rev. Mr. Roblnson. of the
MIbs Mary Murphy, of Huntlngton. W.
Va., is the guest of her brother. on Brook
The Epworth League wlll bo held at
ho Mothodist Church Sunday at 7 P. M.
Mrs. Frank Conners, of Manchester. ls
-ifltlng her slster, on Luck Avenuo.
Mlss Mnry Harvey, of Chester, Is vlslt
Ing friends near Lakeslde.
Mrs. M. Branner has returned to Ches
ler, after a vlslt to relatlves ln Brook
Mr. d-Iarry Worsham, of Latceslde, left
..-esterday for New York on buslness.
Miss Allce Munroe. of Lynchburg, ls
.'Isitlng friends on Chestnut HIU.
Mr, John M. Walton has returned to
Norfolk, after a vlslt to Mr. Jones, of
Early McMurran, of Nowport News,
s vlsltlng hls slster, Mrs. Kellogg, near
The Lndles' Aid Soclety of the Baptist
hurah wlll meet at the resldence of Mrs.
C P. Scott Thursday afternoon at 4
>'clock.- A large attendanco is deslred.
Mrs. J, W. Knapp, who has been qulte
Understood That Mr. Leake WIII Accept
Position With Misslon Board.
lt Ib understood thnt the Rev. W. S.
Ueake, pastor of the Fulton Baptlst
Church. wlll tender hls reslgnatlon next
Sunday, with a vlew to acceptlng a po?
sltion with the State Misslon Board.
Mr. Beako has been pastor ln Fulton
about two yoars. and he hns givon on
tlre satlsfactlon. Hls congregntlon will
much regret to see hlm go, If he flnally
determlnos to do ao,
His flnal decision in the matter wlll
probably bo announced Sunday.
Evangellat Snmuol J. Portor is preaeh
Ing at tho Plno-Stroet Bnptlat Church
wlth great acceptance. Ho Is mi ex
ceedlngly Interestlng nnd nble proacher,
nnd the congregntlons nre vory largo.
Every serv|ce Ia galnlng In power, and
tho prospecta for n groat revlvnl are very
oncouraglng. Servlces are held twlco n
clay, at 3 In the afternoon and nt 7:30 at
Pure Food Llfts the Sick Up,
Only thoso who havo oxpcrlcncod the
dellcious feellng of roturnlng health and
vlgor. can proporty appreciate the value
of pure food. When the Improper food
Is left off and' sclentlflo food such as
Grape-Nuts is used ln Its placo one be
clns to feel the glQW of returnlng hoalth.
It feels aa though somo powerful der
rlclc waa llftlng ono up into tho realms
of sunahlne once more.
"Somo tlme ago I was talcen slck and
got so very low that I thought at tlmea
I would never ba able to get out agaln,"
wrltea a buslnoBs man of Wilmington,
Pel- "Qpo. day my wife saw an ar
ticle ln the paper about Grnpo-Nuts and
read It to me. I was so Impressed that
I asked her to got some. How thankful I
am ?hat I did so. I was at that tlma re?
duced to a shadow of 75 pounds, but the
flrst week's use of Grape-Nuts brought
mo to my feet so that I could stand
alone, Bj- tho neoond week I could' walk
cmt, to the great surprise of all, and novi
l can get out to my biwinass wlthout
any troublo and I have made the phe
nomlnal galn _j>. to j'liQ. pounds.
"Improper food nearly klijod me, but
when l left It off ana used Grape-Nuta
lt did not tako long to put mo back ln
health." Name furnlBheq" by Postum Co
Battle Creek, Mlch.
?'Food rlght. feel rlght" (a a true axlom.
Rwnembjr Gmpe-I^utH food la for ath
letM, aa well a_ the elvit. i
Mysterious Letters Are Beinfl
SQUABBLES IN SCHOOLS
Supt, Fussoll Says There are Several.
Report Agalnst Mechanlcsville
, the County.
Mysterious anonymoui letters, giving
vlvld and aoourata descrlptlocis of alleged
gamollng dens ond gambllng methods
wlthln the preolncts of the county are
belng received by sevoral of the Henrlco
offloera. Efforts are belng mado to get
at ths bottom of the matter, but thus
far they have'proven frultless.
A fow daye ago Offlcer R, C. Garnett
received one of theso letters and ever
atnce 'Mr. Garnett has been dodglng
around trylng to reach some eonoluslons.
The letter waa consldorable In length,
but it contalned no slgnature except "a
resldent of the county," or somethlng
oquully vague, Tbe offlolals, therefor.,
can do nothlng with it. Under the Htats
law, they can take no atop unless the
gambllng la conducted In somo publlo
placo or Bomebody ewears out a warrant'
againsiV'the offendors. Thorefore Mr,
Garnett ls up agalnst a brlck wall, as lt
were. Ho ls anxlous for the writor ot
the letter to communlcato In porson with
hlm at No. 3001 Eaai Clay Streot He
guarantees that no names wlll be men?
In the flrst placo the letter, two or
three of whlch, It Is understood, have
been recelvod, made the posltlve avowal
that the lawa agalnst. gambllng are be?
lng flagrantly violated ln certaln sectlons
of the county. Not contont with thls
genoral statement, however, the wrlter
went on to speolfy. He accurately de
.oribed three places where, ho _ald, the
offensa was belng commltted. One of
these placos was a certaln club house,
the name of whlch was glven.
Acting upon this Informatlon Mr. Gar?
nett nosed around in the dlrectiona in
dlcated, but he could dlscover nothing.
He says he can do nothing more unless
the mysterious wrlter communlcates with
him at once.
The special commlsslon appointed re?
cently to lnapeot the condltion of the
Mechanlcsvllle Turnplke have reported
agalnst tha road. The County Court has
ordered a auapenslon of the collection of
tolls untll the highway Is piaced ln prop?
The bad condltion of the road was due
to the heavy ralns and otherwlso unfa
vorable weather of the wlnter. VIgorous
comptalnta from resldents ot the county
resulted ln the appolntment of the com?
mlsslon. whleh waa composed of the fol?
lowlng gentlemen: Messra. W. E. C?,rant,
J. W. Penick and H, C. Beattle.
All ls not sorene In school clrclea. ln
Henrlco. Here and there a little squab
blo wlth teacher or pupll enllvens the
Superlntendent Fussell sald a day or
two ago that he waa actlng the role of
peacemakcr and trying to squelch two
or three little fusses in the Bchoola. Just
what waa the nature of theae fusses ho
di-cllnod to aay. One of them was the
case of a sdholar who had behaved-un
becomlngly toward the young lady teach?
er The superlntendent instructed the
teacher to demand an apology, and lf It
was not forthcomlng to decllne to recelve
the unruly pupll back ln tno school.
A shootlng affray, whlch narrowly es
caped resultlng fatally to one of those
involved, occurred In the county Saturday
nlght A negro man named Masoiv had
Just been taken home by two brothers.
When he reached hia realdence he grew
bc-isteroua and plched a row wlth one of
hls roscuers. FInally he shot the man,
infilcting a painful flesh wound,
Caskla Balley, the chronlo lunatlc. who
every now and then breaka loose and
stirs up Varlna Distrlct somowhat. has
just been removed from tne county Jall,
where he has been conflned for some tlme,
to the asylum at Wllllamaburg. He was
perfectly calm and serene when he went
away. Friends of Balloy predlot that
ha wlll be out agaln Inslde ot thirty days.
The Board of Supervisors met yesterday
and transacted usual routlne buslness,
The regular term of tho County Court
wlll begin next Monday.
Mrs. Johugh Wllllams, 6f Lynchburg,
and Mrs. Dr. Lelgh Tallaferro. of Madl?
son county, have vislted recently thelr
slster, Mrs. W. H. Tatum. at No. 8<M 1-2
East Lelgh Street,
THE HOLY FATHER
Cattiolics of Richmond Cele?
brated Jubllee of Leo
Throughout tho Catholla world jjfister
day the twenty-flfth annlversary of the
coronatlon of Pope Leo was celebrated
with exorclses Impresslvo and beautlful.
In Richmond solomn pontiflclal naass
was celebrated at tho Cnthedral at 10
o'olock by Bishop Van do Vyver, asslsted
by all the Cathollo olergy of the clty.
The Very Rov. Father J. J. Bow.or. vjcar
goneral of the dlocese. was asslstant; the
doacons of honor wero the Very Rov.
Fathor Wllllam Meyer, of St, Mary's, and
the Rev, Father MoKeefroy. of St. Fat
rick's; tho deacon of the mass was the
Rev. Father Waters, and tho sub'deacan
tlio Rev. Father Smith,
Tlio sormon was preached by Father
Waters, Aftor plcturlng the life of tlio
Pontiff up to tho point whero, on Maroh
3, 1878, he wns enthraned In the chalr of
St. Peter, tlie speaker sald:
"He haa since ruled with admlrable
prudenco, executlve abllity and j?reat
learning. He found the Church In a
perllous conditlon, with enem|os-ln Rome,
and hls task was upt an easy one, How
grandly and nobly ho ruled ls a matter
of .hlstory. Ho has never falled to ralsa
hls volce in defence of right, nnd from
the Vatlc^n he has Issued Instructlons
calllng on prlnces and nationa to unita
ln one falth, to return to tho See of Peter,
under one fold und one shephord. Ho has
Issuod Instructlons on the sacrament of
matrimony, on, tho constltutlon of tho
State and the rights of tho Churqh, on
labor and capltal, the rights of one and
dutles of tho othor. Hls rule bas been
one of tho most glorloua sinco Peter.
Though a prisoner ln tho Vfltloan, he
wlelds a greater forco and powor than
any llvlng man. He posaosses the samo
authorlty and Jurlsdictlon tlmt Chrlst
gave Peter. nnd In hls person we have an
(nfalllble gulde, W.e rejotco we are CathQ*
ljcs, who are not driftlng pnd blown by
ever." witid, biit have an InfalUbU ?u
Don't expect our oom
' potitors to tell you of the
t good qualities pf tho
! GA8LE -PIANOS.
' If they did we would sell
r all of the pianos, as the
f to-day is absolutely
) The Best Piano
on the Market.
at this store as woll as
Pianos /and the guar
antee is backed by a
Being the makera of the
GABLE, we can placo it in
your home with the
Middlemen's Prof its
THE 0LDEST AND
BIGCEST BROAD STREET
[ MUSIC STORE.
I No. 213 E. Broad St.
> J. G. COELEY, M'g'r.
GREAT OBJECT OF
THE BIG BAZAAR
Where Contributions May Be
Sent and Other Infor?
In oonnectlon with tho great Confeder
ate Bazaar to be held here, beginnlng
April _5th at the Masonlc Temple, the
followlng has been Issued, showlng its
objeot?one that appeals to all Southern
All over the South we have placed mon?
uments to our private soldlors and sallors
aud Ohelr great commanders.
It now ? remalns ln the Capltal of tho
Confederacy to crown the whole by rais
Jng one to our flrst, our last, our only
President, the head of our civll govern?
ment?a government as wonderiful as it
We owo thls duty to ourselves and to
cur chlldren, that they may realize what
a subWme record was made' for them ln
history. The whole South unltes ln thls
lovlng trlbute to the mon who dlod to
uphold that government and to tJhose who1
with no less devotlon stoored tha shlp of
state. What havo you dono to help. us?
What wlll you do to complete the work?
W'j ask both your Influenco, your sym?
pathy, that we may bulld a monumont
worthy of our pooplo and thelr doathless
Thls movement is endorsed by tho
United Confoderato Veterans and the
Daughters of the Confederacy,
All contributions should be sent to one
of the underslBiied:
MRS. N. V. RANDOLPH,
MRS. JOSEPH BRYAN,
MRS. STEPHEN, PuTNEY, j
All parcels of not over twenty-llvo
pounds, addressed to Mrs, Stophen Put
ney, president of the Confederat Bazaar,
Richmond, Va., Wlll bo dellvered freo by
jlia expresa compnnies.
A meeting of Leo Cook Y,,W. C. T. U.,
wan held Monday night at tlhe homo of
the president, No. 20U1 East Main Streot.
A-fter tho usunl buslnesa was transacted
an Interesting featuro of tho mootlng was
the proseptation of a boautlful flag to
tho American Boys' Club, a largo num?
bor of whose menibors woro present with
thelr regent, Mr. Marvin J. Taylor. Tho
presentatlon was mado by Mrs. Wall,
president of Loo Cook Y,
New Pastor Installed,
The Rev. F. H. Mensohke, formerly of
Mlnnesota, has acceptod n call to tho
Bethlsjiem Lutherun Church, of thls clty.
The now pastor was formally Installed
on Sunday last. Tho ocoaslon was a most
pleasant one for tha congregatlon. The
exerolsoij were conducted by the Rov.
H. H, Walker, of Pennsylvania.
Dlrectors and Officers Re-electad.
The stockholders of the Cheaapeake
and Western Rallway C&mpany helu
tholr annual moetlng yesterday at U
o'clock at No. 10H East Main Street, in
accordance wlth the charter of the oom
I.IUle bualneaa waa dcno outslde of tbe
re-electlon of dlrectors nnd lator tho
re-electlon of oftlcers by llvo dlrectors.
Tlie Crittenton nieetinga at Unlon Sta?
tion M. 13. Churoh will close to-nlght
wlth a blg farowell servlce. ?veryboay
l? Invlted. Largo crowda wore turnea
away Sunday nlght-__A
Tlie besfliayin-f lnvestmont ln th?
South?The Timoa-Oispfttuh Wftnt. .ada.?
Facilllies Alroady Increased
FIfty Per Cent.
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE CO
A Mls-statement Regardlng It Corrected
In an Interestlng Intervlew with
Superlntendent H. A.
The attentlon of Mr. H. A. Glllls. geno?
ral superlntendent of the Richmond Lo
oomotlve Works, was called to an arttcle
taken from the Baltlmore Nows, announc
In_ that there waa somo scheme on foot
for starting a locomotlvo plant ln Baltl?
more, bocause the oxlsting companies
woro unablo to meet the demands for lo
comotlves, and statlng espectully that
"tbe Amorlcan Looomotlvo Company,
whlch absorbed elght leading manufao
torles of/ looomotlves, has not done much
>ln tho way of lncreaslng the faclllties of
theae plants, compared wlth tho actual
lnoreuse ln the demands for thelr pro
ducta." Mr. Gillis said that he happoned
to know that thls statement about the
Amorlcan Locomotlvo Company was very
INORBASBD FIFTY FEJR CENT.
He sald, aa a matter of fact, that the
Amorlcan Locomotlve Company had al
ready Increased |lts output flfty per cent.
at Its several plants slnce the formatlon
of tho now company, and that the lm?
provements whlch were undor way
would, when completod, carry thati ln
crease of output from soventy-flve to one
hundred per cent. over the output of the
several plants when they were taken over
by tho Amorlcan Locomotlvo Company.
Ho snld that the Richmond plant was
now ln a posltion to put a locomotlve a
day of the heavlest typo, and could do
even better lf the supply of materlal
wero at hand and thero was ?no extra
ordlnary novelty ln constructlon. He sald:
"If we were bulldlng the lt,nd oi en*
gines that we bullt ten years ago, or, In
deed, four years ago, we couid turn
out flfty por cont. moro than we are:
but tho charaeter of englnos has almost
completely changed In thelr lncrease of
size and lntrlcacy of constructlon. so that
on some englhes there ls actually double
the labor and almost double the materlal
'that there was on the average englne of
ten years ago. '
A HBRCULBAN TASK.
"The . establlshment of a locomtlve
plant," continued Mr! Glllls, "at thls tlme
would be extremoly rdlfficult. , oven lf all
tho mltllons of capltal requlred was sub
scribed and all the plans wero made, lt
would, at least, be two or three years
before/ an englne could be turned out,
unless the prompters were willing to pay
very heavy. boriuses, both fo,r the con?
structlon of the plant and Its equlpment."
? llr. Glllls added: "The bulldlng and
equlpment of a new plant Is the least
part of'the undertaklng. As every largo
manufacturer knows, the prlnclpal fnc
tor would be the organizatlon of an effl
clent laborlng force. .Thls problem, diffl
cult at any tlme, would,-ln a new: con
cern, be almost Imposslble now under the
present condltion of labor, ' I do not be?
lieve that a locomotlvo works can be
started, put In operatlon and earn a dol?
lar under flvo or six yoars ln the present^
condltion of the labor market.
PRESENT DEMANXl GREAT.
Referrlng to the Baltlmore. News artt?
cle, he sald:
"I note that the Baltlmore and Ohlo
has englnes whlch have boen In servlce
flfty-flve years, and whlle thls. of course,
Is an exceptional case, lt .ls a faot that
the present demand Is excesslve.' I be?
llevo that tho normal demand can be
more than kept up wlth. by' the present
works. It must not be forgotten that
?>ne new. large englno takes the piace of
iwo of the old types,"
Mr. Gillis sald: "You may be sure that
the Americnn Locomotlve Company. the
Baldwln Locomotlve Works and oihers
now ln the business, hayo made a very
compiete survey of the future, and ara
;:ertalnly making all necessary enlnrge
ments of these plants whlch the outlook
Justlfles. I cortainly would not advlso
n frlend of mine to put a dollar ln any
new locomotlvo enterprlse with the hope
that he would soon see It agaln, lf ever.
There ls no better placo, I believe, ln
thls country for a locomotlve plant than
rlght here ln Richmond, and the capaclty
of the plant here -wlll probably be doubled
In the next elghteen months."
COURT OP APPEALS
Tribunal Met yesterday?No Declslons
are Expected To-Morrow.
Tho Court of Appeals roconvened for
the spring term yosterday, Thero wlll
be no declslons handod down to-mor?
row, Tho proceedlngs yosterday wore
Uay's admlnlstrator vs. Southern Rall?
way Company. Argued by C. W. Allen
and D, Harmon for appellant and Eppa
Hunton and Colonel F. L Smlth for ap
pellee, and continued untll to-day.
Tho next casea to be called aro Young
vs. Hart and Norfolk and Western Rall?
way Company vs, Perrow, Nos. 58 and
The case of Darden, pllot. agalnst
Thompson, master of the schooner
Neely, tnvolvlng tho constltutlonallty ot
the Virginla pllot laws, was put on the
prlvllege docket ln the court yesterday.
The case comea up from Portsmouth,
having been docldod adversely to the
pllot by Judgo Martln. It wlll bo heard
Surrenders WiHIam Tucker to
N. C, Authorltles?No
Governor Montague wna unablo to bo
at hls oftica yesterday, though he la not
conflnod to hls bed. He haa honorad
the reijulsltlon from the Ooveruor of
North Carolina for Wllllam Tucker, a
negro, wlio ls chargnd with assault with
Jntent to klll. Tucker ls under arrest
Hla Exoellency hns appolnted a num?
ber of notarles, a Norfolk lady among
thom. They aro:
Mlss Minnla Lee Sklnner, Norfolk;
George II. Sergetint, ,Tr., Norfolk' A*
li. Phllpott, Martliwvllle; J. Itramer,
Norfolk; Dudley R. Warron, Cape
Charlea; J. XV. Tlniberlaka, Fauciuler;
l", W. Hubbard, FarmvlUa; John B.
Llghtfoot, Jr.. Richmond; Russoil Pow?
No blitnks ln The TImos-Dlapatch w?nt
columns. Every ad, brhitfs results.
The best paylng Investment ln th?
South-Tho Tlmes-Dlspntch want ads.?
1EED POTATOES, Etc.
We make a speclalty of Hlgh
Grade F1ELD SEEDS, buy ln largs
quantltles and aro prepared to
make low prices, quallty oonsldercd.
Wrlte ua when buylng.
N. R. Savap & Sdn
Oraln nnd Seed flcrchanta,
PURE HERB MEDICINE
Ib ono of tho Greatest Healers of the Slck
,on Earth. Cures all Dlseases or no Charge.
il curo all dlseases that are known to ths
human raco or no chargo, no matter what
your disease. slckness or affllctlon may be.
and restore you to perfect Health. I ouro
the followlng dlseases: Heart Disease,
Consumption. Blood, Kldney, Llvor. Blad?
dor, Stricture, Pllea ln any form, Vertlgo,
Qufnsy, Sore Throat, Lungs, Dyspepsla,
Indlgestlon, Constloatlon. Rheumatlam In
any form. Palns and Acnes of any klnd,
golds, Bronchlal Troubles. Sores, Skln
Iseases. all ltchlna- sensatlons.all Female
Comptalnts, La Grlppe, or Pneumonia;
Uloers. Carbuncles. Bolls. Canoer. the
worst forms, wlthout the use of knlfe or
Instruments; Eczema, pitnples on face and
body: Dlabctes of Kldnevs or Brlght's
Dlseaso of the Kldneys. I cure anv dis?
ease. no mattor of what nature. All ven
ereal dlseases a speclalty. Medlclne sent
to any address by express. For full Dartl
eulars send a two-cent stamn for nnawor,
No. 404 Wost Broad Street. Richmond. Va.
MONEY TO LOAN
?10 and upward.i loaned on Planoa
ind household furnlture, on the
building and loan associatlon plan,
whlch makes the cost much less
than you pay elsewhere, and allow
you to pay lt off in roonthly pay?
ments, running from ono to twolvo'
months. Get others' rates, then
Tldewater Loan and Trust Co.
Sulte 83-34. Thlrd Floor,
Merchants' National Bank Bulldlng,
UC8 Eaat Maln Street.
Shoudd be- bultt here?lf . you
want them to bo perfeot ln every
way. We are dolng the best claas
of work now turned out ln tho
South?whloh means ln the entire
United States! Repalrlng prornpt?
ly aftended to. Tho work of our
skilled mechanlca ls not surpassed.
Brass and Iron castings a speclalty.
? Richmond Iron Works.
(Estab'd 1SC9. Incorp'd 1002.)
15th & Broad and 15th & Grace Sts.
NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON
Salllng Wednesdays at n A. M.
Phlladelphla, Mar. IL Phlladelphla. Apr. L
St. Paul, Maroh 18. St. Paul, Apr^l 8.
Red Star Line.
Salllng Saturday at 10 A. M.
Zeoland, March 7. Vaderland. March 21.
Flnland, March 14. Kenslngton. March 28.
Piers 14 and 15, North River.
Offlce, 73 Broadway. N. Y.
W. B. PALMER _ CO..
Nlght line (or Norfolk
Leave Richmond dally at 7 P. M., stop
plng at Nowport News In both dlrectlons.
Datly excopt Sunday by C. and O. Rall?
way. 9:00 A. M., 4 P. M? 9 A. M. and 3
P M by N. and W. Rallway; all llnes
connect at Norfolk wlth direot steameis
Cor New York, salllng dally excopt Sun
dnv 7 P.M.
SUamers sall from company's wharf
ffoot of Ash Street) Rocketts.
H B WALKER, Traf. Man. New York.
"' u' JOHN F. MAYER, Agent,
1212 East Maln Streot. Richmond. Va.
Kerehants and Miners
, Steamshlp Line. Direct Route to
Boston, Mass., and Provldence, R. I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boaion Tues?
day. Wednesday, Frlday und Sunday. For
Provldenc Monday, Thursday and Satur.
day at B P- M. Accommodntlons and oul
sine urisurpasaed. PassenBor- and freight
taken for all New England polnts Ulck;
ets on sale at Chesai-eake and Ohlo and
Norfolk nnd Western Rnllway offlces and
No. 819 Eust Main Streot
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION-. COMPANY.
JAMES EIVEtt DAY LINE.
Steamer POOAHONTA8 leaves MON?
DAY WEDNKSDAY and FRIDAY at 7 A.
M Vor Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point,
NewDort Nows, Claremont and James
River landlngs, nnd connectlng at Old
Point for Wushington, Baltlmore and the
North State-rooms reserved for the nlght
at moderate prices. Electrlo cars direot to
wharfFaro only 11.60 and Jt to Norfolk.
Music by Grand Orchestrlon.
Frelirht recelved for ahove-namod places
nnd all polnts hi KaiUern Vlr?lnbi and
Notrh Carollna. 1RVIN W l .ISIQI-.R..
" Genei.U Manager.
E. A. Barber. Jr., Secretary.
Clyde Sieaniship Go.'s
BICHJ-OND AND NORFOLK STEAM
Appointed sailing diiys: Every
TUESDAY. FRIDAY and SUNDAY,
at UayHght. Freight received diuly tlU
6 Pf M.
& Ohio Ry,
2 Houn and 26 Mlnutea to Norfolk,
7145 A. M,?Weok days?local to N4?wj,at_
News And way atatlon*.
J:00 A. IL?Dally.-Llniltsd'-ArrlTn Xi/iU
llnmHburg VM A. M., Old PolHl .
HiOO A. M., Norfolk llttf A. M..;
4:00 P. M.?Week dayii-SpeoIal-ArrtrD.
Wllllamiburg 4166 P. M., Ol<i
Point 6:00 P. M., Norfolk 1:38
P. M. '
BiOO P. M.?Dally?Looal to Old Point
, MAIN L1NE-WE8TBOUND.
WilO A. M.-Weok d_,ys-Local to Cllfton
Forge and way statlons.
8:00 P. M.?Dally-Speolal to Clnclnnatl,
Loulaville, St. Louls and Cbl*
6il5 P. M.?Week days?Local to Doswell,
10:90 P. M.-Dally-Llmited to Cinelnnatl,
Louisvllle, St. Louls and Ght*
JA__ES RIVBR DIVISION.
IOiM A, M_?Dally?Express to Lynohburg,
Chfton Forge and prlnclpal
6:15 P. M.?Week days?Local to Bremo,
C. B. DOTLB, W. O. WARTHEN, ,
Gen'I. Manager, Dlet. Pasa. A*rt.
RB? ? D' Richmond, Frederlcks
1 r_ W r ? burg & Potomac R. R
Tralns Leave Richmond?Northward.
4:15 A. M., dally, Byrd St. Through. \
6:16 A. M., dally, Maln St. Through.
6:45 A. M., dally. Maln St- Through. All
6:64 A. M., except Monday. Byrd Bt.
Through. All Pullman Cars.
7:15 A. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ao
8:00 A. M., Sunday only. Byrd St,
Through. ' ?'
8:40 A. M.,' week days. Bryd St. Through.
12:05 noon. week days. Byrd St. Through.
4:00 P. M-, week days. Byrd 1 St. Fred-?
5:05 P. M.', dally, Maln St. Through.
fffili P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ao.
8:06 P. M., dally, Byrd St. Through,
11:10 P. M., woek days, Elba. Ashland ac.
Tralns Arrlve Richmond?Southward.
6:40 A. M., week days. Elba. Ashland nc
8:00 A. M? dally, Byrd St Through.
8:26 A. M., week days. Byrd St.. Fred
12:05 P.-M.. weok days. Byrd St. Through,"
2:05' P. M.. dally, Maln St. Through.
?1:00 F. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
6:46 P. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
9:00 P. M.. dally. Byrd Sti Through,
10:26 P. ,M.. dally. Maln St. Through. All
11:00 P. M., week daya. Elba. Ashland ao
1 11:40 P. M? week days. Byrd St. Thro.gh.
i All Pullman Cars. ,
i 12:26 A. M., dally, Maln St. Through.
I , Note?Pullman Sleeping or'Pnrlor Cars
i on nll trnln* oxcent loral accommodatlon*,
w. d;duke, c. w.culp. w. p.taylor,.
Gen'I Man'r. Ass't Gen'I Man'r. Traf. Man'i
AlB LiLNE Rail,w__v
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND?DAILY; '
10:28 P. M. Seaboard Florlda Llmlted to
2:15 P. M. Seaboard Mall to Savannah,. |
Jncksonvllie, Atlanta and Southwest,'??V\
12:32 A. M. Seaboard Express to Savan-'
nah, Jacksonvllle, Atlanta and South?
west. ? '?'.".
9:10 A. M. Local for Norlina nnd Hamlet
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND-DAILY.
6:40 A. M., Nor^l, from Florlda.
6:10 A. M. No. 50, from Florlda, Atlanta
4:65 P. M.. No. 66, from Florlda. AtlanU i
nnd Southwest. . .
5:45 P. M., from Norlina and local polnta
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
?Phone 403. 1006 Eaat Maln St
ATUNT1C COAST LINE
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY
8:30 A. M. To'all polnta South. '
9:00 A. M. Fetersburg and Norfolk.
12:20 P. M. Petersburg'and N. & W. Weat
8:00 P. M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
t4:10 P. M. Goldsboro Local.
5:56 P. M. Petersburg local.
6:56 P. M. To polnts South. A
9:35 P. M, Petersburg and.N. & XV, Weat,
11:30 P. M, Petersburp local.
fU:50 P. M. "Florlda Speclal."
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. i..
4:07 A. M.. t6.:40 A.M.. 7:35 A. M.,t8:4l
A. M? U:10 A. M? 11:42 A. M., 2:00 P. M
6:50 P. M.. 7:45 P. M.. 8:56 P. M.
f Exoept Sunday.. t Except Monday.
C S. CAMPBELL, Dly. Pass, Agt,,
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY,
9:00 A. M., NORFOLK LIMITED. Arj
rlvos Norfolk 11:20 A, M. Stops only al
Petersburs. Wavor y nnd Suffolk.
9-00 A. M-, CHICAGO, EXPRESS. Buffet
Parlor Car, Petersburg; to Lynchburg and.
Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, Bluefleld to Clnclnnatl: aliso
Roanoko to Knoxvllle, and Knoxvllle to
Chattanooga and Memphls.
""?"0P.M.. ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Far'invllle, Lynchburg and Roanoke.
3-00 P. M..OCEAN SHORE LIMITED.
Arrlves Norfolk 5:20 P, M. Stops only at
Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk. Connects
with steamors to Boston. Provldence. New
York, Baltlmore ancl Washlngtop..
056 P. M., for Norfolk and all statlons
^P^M^N&V ORLEANS SHORT
LINE. Pullman Sleeper. Richmond to
Lynchburg, Petorsburg to, Roanoke:
Lynchburg to Chattanooga, Memphls and
Now Orleans, Cafo DlnFng Car.
Tralna arrlve from tho Weat 7:85 A M.,
2 FM and 8:56 P. M.: from Norfolk Uili
A M 11-4. A. M. and 6:50 P. M,
Office No. 1*38 East Maln Street
W B. BEVILL, C. H. BOSLBY,
Gon. Pass. Agent Dls. Pass. Agent..
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Be_m?in_ Aprll lst, 1-02,
Cars leav_ corner Perry and Seventh
Stroets, Manchester. every -hour (on Uw
hour) llrom ?S A. M. to ? P. M.. lut 9"
Uir_rs leave Patersbure. foot at Syc*i
moro Street. ever) outfr trom 6:30 A. M.
'? PIU-AyMAND SUNDAY SPECIAL ?'?'
(0 CENTS-ROUND TRIP-SO CBNT*.
Via C. & 0. Rallway and
U. S. WAILROUTE.
JLeave Richmond via Cttes-peagi* and
Ohlo Rallway dully. e-cepi Sunday. ar. 4
P M.; connectlnu -t Old Point wtr.h the
euuorb stearoors of tbe Old Bay Line,
feavln- at 7:15 P. M., arrlvin_ Baltlmori?
__0 \ M.. Sr. tlme to make connectlon
wlth all tralns North, East nnd \Vejt.
Short i-U rldo and all nlght on ono ai tbo
ttneit steamers ln Southern water. R*.
turnlng. arrlve Richmond 10 A. M., dally
except Monday, , .??'.'_ _?? ?
For tlckets and _ener%l InformaW
anoly ?st general offlces Chesapeake.?4
Oblo Rallway, Richmond Tranyter '
paay and 1W East Main Streef