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Meeflhg of State Muslcal As?
soclatlon ln Greensboro.
ORCHESTRA FROM BOSTON
Elaborate Arrangements are Planned to
Mako the Occasion Most Notable
ln the Muslcal Hlstory of the
City and State.
(Speclal to Tb* Tlmea-Mapatoli.)
ORBraN?BORO, N. C, March 4.?The
meotlng of the State Muslcal Assocla?
tlon, whloh wan to have boon hold' In
Oreensboro, boglnnlng Easter Monday,
havo beon changed to Aprlll 30th, May
Ed and 3d.
Professor ' Clarenee R. Brown, of tho
Eflsoclation and of tho faculty. of iho
Btato Normal and Induatrlcal College
concolved tho ldea of a grand muslcal
feBtkval on that occasion, and in con
Junotlon wlth Manager Schloss, of the
Grand Opera Houso, havo Blgned a con
traot wlth the Boston Festlval Orchestra,
composod of flfty flrst-class artlstH, to
glve tWo concert- hero on that occa
?l0n- ' n '.'_
Tho guarantoo for thla featuro of the
Xosllval alone, was $1,000. Encrgotio
prepnratlons nre boglnnlng to mako tho
conventlon and festlval a groat occaalon.
Mr, J. C. Morrlss, a oootractor here,
waa to-day awarded by tho Southorn
Rallway, tho contract for the ropalntlng
_jid general improvement .of tho pas
?pigcr station, at Greensboro. Tho two
targo waltlng rooms, wlll be thorcftlghly
ronovated, and handsomoly decorated;
The entlro Bocond floor of tho bulldlng Is
to bo romodelied, all rooms to bo doco
rntcd. A Hpeclal sulte of rooms wlll
be f.ttod up for the ofIl<? forco and gen?
oral superlntendent COllins. who wlll ar?
rlvo hero from Sn.!hi_ury as soon as
those quarters have boon prepared. Mr.
Morrlss wlll begln work lmmedlately,
and wlll compiete the work at tne
earllest date posslblo.
Mr. Morrlss has also been nwardod the
contract to bulld a brlck freight depot
for tho Southern Rallroad at Hlgh Point,
nnd wlll go thoro to-morow to mako ar
rangementfl to begln work at onco.
Tho bulldlng will be of the" latest lm?
proved model of archltecturo, dlmenslons
BOxtCS foot. ? ' ,
Buperlnlendont of the Clty Schools
Broadhurst has placed an order with tho
Lelber Art Company. of Now York, for
1176 worth of plctures, to be dollvered
framed, wlthln four weeks. Thoso plc?
tures wlll be placod on the walls of the
varlous rooms of tho graded schools.
Tho fund was rolsed by entertalnments
glven by .the puplls, and another fund of
|20O for addltlonal plctures. will be con
tributed by cIti_on? next sesalon.
At a soBslon of the Mlnistors' AsBOcla
tion last nlght, Dr. L. W. Crawford waa
eleotcd ?presldent for tho ensuing year;
A letter recelved here yesterday from Dr.
H. W. Battlo, stated that ho would not
bo' able to leavo Peteraburg before
March 12th, and would occupy the pulplt
of tho Flrst Baptlst Church hero for the
flrst tlme on Sunday, March 16th.
Interestlng Personals About People
(Speclal to The Timea-Dlspat?O
REIDSVILLE, N. C, March 4.?Tho
roads ln thls pnrt of the country have
beon ln a fearful condltion, owlng to
much and severo ralns. They are Just
now bccomlng passable. Roldsvllie and
vlolnlty has beon vlslted thls wlnter wlth
only one slight snow, but has had raln
Mlsa Ada Denny has returned from a
vlalt of two months to her Blster ln
Mrs. Bessle Carraway and hor eon,
Paul, wlth hor two slstors, Missos Em
and Gussle Evans. left to-day to malie
Charlotto thelrfuturo homo.
Mrs. Nannle 'Blackwell, of Sponoer, ls
a guest of her rolatlves horo for a few
F. B. Jones and Co.. furniture dealers.
have boen bought out by James T. Smlth,
aiid wlll be opened under that name.
Mr. C. N. Evans, of Charlotte, spent
Saturday and Sunday ln Roldsvllie.
Governor _*Slecta Guliford Battleground
for Nash and^Davidson Monuments.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
RALEIGH,. N. C, March 4.?Governor
Aycock announces hls deolslon to recom
mend to tho Secretary of War that the
monuments to General Francls Nash and
General William Davldson, provlded for
by an aet of CongrosB, bo orected on
Guliford battleground. There has been
a hard flght on slnco the announcoment
two woeks ago that tho Govornor would
choose the locatlon. Tho Socloty of the
Clnolnnatl ond members of the Nash and
Davldson famlllos urged that tho Nash
monument bo placed in Nash Squaro,
Ralolgh, and tho Davldson monumont ln
Charlotte. Tho Daughters of tho Revo?
lutlon wanted tho Nash monumont ln
Ralelgh and Davldson monument at Da?
vldson Colloge. Guliford Battlo Ground
Assoclatlon, Greensboro people and Con
KroHsman Kltchen contendod It was un?
derstood alj along that both were to bo
on Guliford Battlo Ground, and that the
blll oould not havo passed' had the pur
pose boen othe^wise. The monuments
are to cost $5,000 each. '
Result of Investigation of'Alleged Crue|
ty to Convlcts.
(Speclal to Tlio Tlmca-Plsiiatch )
RALEIGH, N. C. March/Wriio Jolnt
speclal commltteo appoln-ted$f? Invostl
gato charges of oruelty tc-V bnvicts In
moving a snuad of 150 fror |pruco 1*1 ne
vla Marion to tho penltent ' ry, January
21st, submltted thelr repor^to the Leg?
islature to-nlght, After r_<fow|ng briof
jy some of the testlmony, tho oommit
"We fall to flnd any acts of oruelty
on the part of Superlntendent Mann or
any of the State employes, but that Su?
perlntendent Mann has In ofllolal lottors
and personal dlreotlon beon on the slde
of humanlty, Justlce and meroy. The
same ls true of Captaln Lnshlcy, who
was ln charge of the convlcts on tho
Tho report statea that tho march
oould have beon avolded by brtnglng
tho convlcts by rall through- Tennesseo,
but puthorlty ovor tha convlcts ln- ano?
ther Stato waa\ questlonablo, and the
Governor and Board of Dlrectors had ad
vlsed agalnst lt aa unsafe to take tho
convlcts out of tho State; thereforo, tho
Spruco Pine rnoroh was the only avall
able route under the clrcumstancea.
The commltteo flnda that tho maroh
waa Justlilable; that ample, wholosome
food waa furnished and duo oare oxer-r
olsed ln the treatment of tho prlson
ers on tho march; that thero was aomo
curslng of convlcts, but that It waa by
___,'_! einployea by, tho i_lhro*4 "conv
The Crltlcal Eyes
Of women wlll flnd no fault with
tho olothes wo makol Our new
spring atlyos are aultlngs to be proud
of. Fabrlcs of good quality?and wo
ITlvo you good quality talloring. Our
cuttor la an artist ln hls line, and
camo from crltlcal Boston. Thore Is
a roflnod looJc to evory sult that goes
out of thls placo. Wo glvo you that
feo?our reasonable prlce la only for
tho materlal and workmonshlpl
W. S. Constable & Co.,
903 B. Maln Street.
pany. The recommondatlon ls, there
fore, made that In futuro no outslde
overseera bo portnlttcd to havo any au?
thor! ty oven convlcts, ond the superln?
tendent speclfy hereafter ln taklng con?
tract work that the prlson ovorseera
havo absolute control of tho oonvjota.
The committee crltlclses the steward
for not givlng the convlcts hot coffeo
for supper at Marion, and says they
were kept houaed up ln the car too
Altogethor, tho report ls very favor
ablo to the prlson authorltles.
Blll and Resolution for Bond Issue and
. Loan from Llterary Fund.
(Speclal to Tho Tlmes.Dlspatch.)
RALEIGH, N. C? March _?Tho House
of Representattves to-nlght passed the,
substltutc Jolnt.resolutlon and blll provld?
ing for borrowlng $100,OW from tho Stato
llterary fund for paylng tho second
$100,000 Behool approprlation for 1002, and
for the issuance of $300,000 ten year bonds.
Instead of $400,000 flfty-year bonda, flrat
The resolution and blll wero conaidored
together, the resolution poaalng. 78 to 2,
and'tho bond blll 69 to 13. The dlscus?
slon brought out the fact that the pres?
ent deflolt Is f-ir.2,600, of whloh 1200,000 ls
money borrowed ln New York, $100,000
duo publlo schools and $152,000 duo varl?
ous partles. There Ib at present $30,000
avallable, leavlng $I22,?<I unprovlded for.
Tho passage of the resolution and bond
blll leave $22,600 to be gotten extra out of
taxes soon to be collected.
A blll passod by the Houso was to ln
corporate North Carollna and Ohlo Rall?
Tho Senate completed conslderatlon of
tho revenuo blll and passed lt on second
readlng. Section S0 was amended so as
not to apply to expresa or stoamboat
companies. An amendment by Mr. Tra
vls to change tax on oxpress companies
from $2 to Jl por mllo was lost.
The Commltto on Approprlatlons re?
ported unfavorably the blll to approprl
ato $30,000 for a Stato exhiblt at St,
Louls. THe House and Senato were in
session untll 11:15 o'clock,
SHOT ON A TRAIN
Capt. W. H. PembertonSlightly Wounds
Capt. George O'Hanlon.
(Speclal to Tbo Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
WILMINGTON, N. C, March 4.?A
difllculty occurred yesterday evenlng on
the westbound Seaboard Alr Llno traln,
when about ono mlle out from Wilming?
ton, ln whlch Captaln W, H. Pomberton,
a well known Atlantlc Coast Line conr
ductor, Bhot and sllghtly wounded Cap?
taln George O'Hanlon, a oommerolal
traveler of Fayottovllle. Tho plstol ball
took effeot ln the abdomon, glanclng to
the left slde. lnfllctlng only a superflclal
flosh wound. O'Hanlon returned to the
clty and had surglcal attentlon. The;
wound Ib not regarded aB eorious by the
attendlng physlolan. No notloo of tho
affair was mado by the local newspapora
owlng to the crltlcal lllnesa of an aged
member of ono of the famlUea Interested.
WILL NOT APPBAL
Arthur L. Blshop Wlll Servo Flve-Year
Term for Killing Wllson.
(Speolal to Tbe Tlmes-Dlapatcb.)
CHARLOTTE, N. C, Maroh i.?Arthur
L. Blshop, convloted of kllllng Thomas J.
Wllson and sentenced to flve years ln tho
penltentlary, wlll not appeal, but to
morrow wlll leavo Charlotto for Ralelgh,
whero ho will be turned ovor to the poni?
tontiary authorltles and wlll begln serv
Ing hls sentonce. BiBhop held out to the
very last for a now trial, but flnally
agreed wlth hls counsol that he had bet?
ter accept the sentenco of tho oourt.
Mrs. Blshop storts for Petersburg to.
morrow mornlng. She wlll go aa far aa
Greensboro wlth hor husband, whoro ho
and Sherlff Wallace wlll change cara for
A Box Party on Frlday.
(Speclal to The Tl_es-Diapntc_.)
WILLIAMSBURG. VA., Maroh 4.?Tho
young ladles of thls clty wlll glve a box
party nt the courthouso on next Frlday
nlght, March 0th, for the beneflt of the
Wllllamsburg baso-ball team. Mra.
Bydnoy Bmlth wlll havo oharge of the
entertainment. The /ollowing pro
Brammo wlll bo renderedi Muslo,by the
Wllllamsburg Oloe Club, bass solo by
Colonol L. W. Lano. Jr.,, ?tump apeec^
by tho Hon. B. Frank Wolfe, thanklng
the young ladles and Mr_ Smlth for
thelr ald, muslo by tho G oo Club,
quarte'tte by the Mlsses Maupln, solo by
Mlss llazel Roberts, duet by Mlsaea
Lucllo and Ruby Maupln, recitatlon by
Mr. W. R. Wrlgglesworth, song by the
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A Meetlng of Pythlans.
(Speclal to The Tlnies.-lBpntclO
LYNOHBURG, VA., March i.?By or.
der of Brlgadler-General D, J. Turner,
of Norfolk, a meotlng wlll be held. noxt
Saturday afternoon for Uio purpoae of
reorganlsslng the Seoond Reglment of the
Uniform Rank, Knlghts of Pythlas, and
to eleot a colonol, Ueutenant-coloiiol and
two majors. Roprosentatlvos aro ex
peoted from RIohmond, Roanoke, Dan
ville, Staunton and Alexaudrlu.
m i_,_. ? ?!_,.ai
A Large Number Follow Pas?
sage of the Watts Blll.
AN AMUS1NG SITUATION
'Many of tha Would-Ba Towna Have No
? Populatlon and are Remoto from a
PoitofFlce, but Thore la Some
Dlatlllary In Operatlon.
RAL?_!< N,*&, tehWrathar
amualng- oondltlon prevaila ln tho Gon?
oral Assombly-'Juat now. Tho Watta blll
oonflning both tho manufaotura and salo
of whlskoy to lncorporated towna having
boon paaaed and ratlflod, a flood1 of bllls
are now bolng Introduced to lnoorporato
towna, Thoro havo boon probably a half
hundred auch bllla introduced ln the
past threo days. An illustratlon of tho
charaotor of thoae n-aooa asking
corporato oxlatence ia Churchland, Davld?
aon oounty, a blll for tha incorporation
of whloh waa Introduced yeaterday. It
la admlttod' that thero are not. a half
dozon famlllea thero or a postofflco ln
two mlloa of the place, but thoro aro
two a-overnmont dlstlllorlea thore. Un?
der tho elroumatanooe the name "Church?
land" la not ono of tho looat ourloua olr
cumatanoea of the cuse.
Ono blll of thls oharaotcr haa eJroady
passed ond boon ratlflod. It Inoorporatos
WllliamB, Yadkln county, whero tho fa?
mous Old Nlck dl.tlllery has boon lo
oatod slnoo tho Revolutlonary porlod.
Thero ls nothlng thero exoopt tho Wll?
llams homestead, tho dlatlllery and tho
dwolllnga of the mon worklng at tho dla?
tlllery and on the plantatlon, Mr. N.
Glenn Wllllams, presont propriot'or, ls
named ln the blll aa mayor. Ho la a
membor of the Btato Democratlo Execu?
tlve Commlttee. It ls hardly probablo
that many of the bllls for now towna
now pendlng wlll becomo law.
Btato Insurance Commlssloner Jamea R.
Young announces that receipts In hla
department during Fobruary wero $3(5,
782.34, the largest oollectlons for a month
since tho establishment of the depart?
ment. During the past elevon months
of tho flscal year $H.,MB.a_ haa beon col
leoted, a galn of $22,306.86 ovor the cor
respondlng porlod of laat year.
Captaln F, B. Phelps has been re
appolnted comman'dant of cadcts at the
North Carolina CoUege of Agrlculture
and Mechanlo Aris hero.
Tho Houso Commltteo on Corporatlons
wlll roport favorably a blll requlrlng all
forelgn ooijporatlons deslrlng to do busl?
ness ln thls State to pay, beforo flllng
their charters with tho Seerotary of
Btato, 10 oerrts for overy $1,000 of au
thorlzod capltal stock, oncT ln no caso
loss than $f0, or moro than $100, Thia
is not to apply to oorpbratlons already
dolng buslncss in the State.
Mr. W. C. Harris, son of Colonel J. C.
L. Harris. of Ralelgh, ls crltlcally 111 at
tho Stato Unlvorslty. He ls a member
of the base-ball team for tho coming sea?
son and was hlt by a pltched ball Thurs?
day. Ho now has a sllght homorrhngo
on tho braln, Ho la an oxoeptionally
brlght young man, and ls only abcteen
The Secretary of Stato | to-day char
tered four new stock oompanlea, all for
EHzaboth City, tho aggregnte of tho
capltal stock authorlzed bolng $375,000.
and all four comoanloa having the samo
stoekholders. Tho oompanles aro the
EHzaboth Clty Soworago Company, capl?
tal $100,000; EHzaboth Clty Gas Conv
pany. capltal $7E,0OO; tho Electric Light
and Powder Company, capltal $100,000, o_id
tho Ellzabeth Clty Water and Power
Company, oapltal $100,000. Tho atoolc
holdors ln all tour oompanles are Danlel
B. Banks and Milton W. Offett, of Bal
tlmoro, and Cornollua M. Ferebee, of
THE NATIo'iNAL QAME
Playlng Schedula for Season Adopted
(Br Aisoclated Press.)
NETW YORK, Maroh 4.?Tho National
Base-ball Leajruo mot to-day in thla city
to preparo for the openlng of tho playlng
The leaguo adopted the playlng sched?
ula for the season. The season wlll open,
aa usual, on April 15th, and wlll oloso
Septomber 27th, ono week earller than
last year, with the Eastern olubs ln tho
West. The East opons In the West on
June lat. Thoro are comparatively tow
oonillcting dates between the Amerlcan
and National Loaguo cluba.
Colonel John I. Rogors and A. J. Reach,
who havo alnoo 1883 been identlfled with
tho league ln Phlladelphia, mado formal
speoohes, roalgnlng frcm tho leatrno
The leaguo acceptod tho report of tho
Playlng Rules Commltteo, presented by
Mr. Hart. Tho only ohange ln laat year"s
-eague rulec* relates to tho olovatlnn of
tho pltohor'a box, tho b.aBo llnes and a
sllght ohango ln tho rules governinar
balka. The' flrst annual moeting of tho
Amorloan Leaguo over hold ln thla clty
wlll bogln to-morrow._.
LIVED ON LIQUID FOOD
FOR THIRTEEN YEARS
(By Asioclated Preis.)
NEW YORK, Maroh 4.?Aftor flghtlng
death for thlrteon yeara, during whlch
he li'vod on Uquld food, taken through a
tubo, Colonel Mlohael C, Murphy, former
polloo commlssloner, dled auddenly thla
morning at the resldence ot hls nephew,
Frank L. Baoon.
Heart fallure was the Iramedlate cause
of death. It was brought about by fall?
ure of tho stomaoh and kldneya to por
form tholr functlons.
Colonel Murphy beoarao UI two weeks
ago. previous to whloh tlme he waa not
oonflned to the houae.
Colonol Murphy had not awallowed ?
mouth-full of food ln thlrteon yeara and
four- months. Thls was due to atrloture
of the oosophagus, followlng an attaok
of Btomaoh troublo.
All hls food was takon through a sll?
ver tube InBorted through an openlng
ln the wall of the stomach.
LOOKSLIKE THE WORK
OF AN INCENDIARY
Apparently by the work of an inoendl
ary. an unocoupied houso In tho rear of
the bulldlngs occupled by tho Llttlo SIs
'ters of tho Poor, and bolonglng to Mr.
Fug'one Roblnson, waa serloualy dainagod
by flro yosterday morning at an early
hour. From nll uppoarances It seoma the
bulldlng was f.red for the purpoao of alono
jrratlfylng a deslre to seo tho department
run and watoh the work of the llamoa.
It was tt o'olook ln the moinln* whed
tho call waa reoelved, tho departomnt re
spondlng ln a rush. Thoy were Boon bat
tling v'lth the blaae, and through tholr
ofi'orts tho houso waa aayed from total
tio en* UY?4 la ttta dwellipg *ad coan
nequnntly thoro waa no flro Insldo tho
houae, nnd could not havo caught from
natural caUaes, ________
TRAVELS OF "JAKEY"
WANT ARE ENDED
Youthful Jaeob Want, who ran away
from hotne three yeara ago, was rotui-n
ed to hia f?,Uior> home. No. 1S07 East
Maln Slf**?-** jrr4t*?dn.v mornlng, He
came frohl NeW York, orrlvlng at 8
o'clock A, M. yeaterday. Ho waa taken
to the Flrat Police Station and later
turned over to hia father, who greeted
hlm affootlonately, and BOid he hoped
he would be a Sfood boy, The mother
held hlm tlghtly ln her arms for aome
mlnutes at the affeotlng meotlng,
The youngster ls a bright lad and has
been well taken oare of ln hls sojourn
at Randall'e laland. "J_key," aa hls
alater call* hlm, camo hore addrcssed, m>
to apeak, to Qeorge D. Davia,
DEATH OF NICHOLS
CLEARLY AN ACCIDENT
Tha remalna of W. W, Nichols, of
Clover Dopot, Hallfax oounty, who waa
kllled by a traln Tuosday afternoon
noar Wostham, wlll be burtod to-day
It waa thought by aome that clroum
?tances Indlcated that Mr, Nichols mlght
have thrown hlmself ln the way of the
traln purposoly, but oye-wltnoages sald
yestorday that lt waa cloarly acoldental,
Road Work Needed.
(Spoclal to The Ttnies-UlspatchO
ELLEltSON, VA? March 4.?A horse
was drowned two weeks ago ln the road
leading from Ellereon to Richmond dur?
ing the hlgh wator, and hns been allowed
to romaln ln the road ovor stnoe. The
road was alao bndly woshed and no ef?
forts havo been made by tho Honrlco au.
thorltlea olther to have tho horso removed
or repalr tho road, and the cltlzens of
both Hanover and Klng Willlam coun
tlea aro oorapollod to travol threo or four
mlles further to the Muchanlcavlllo Turn
plke to roaoh Richmond.
Tho colored pooplo llvlng noar Pole
Green' who wore reported to havo Bmall
pox have removed and there haa been no
further spread of the diaeaae.
Oarnlval at Roanoko.
(Speclal to The Tlmos-Dlsp&tc-O
ROANOKE, VA., March l,?A meetlng
of buslneBfl men was held thls after?
noon at whlch a resolution waa adopted
oppoBlng tho proposed carnlval from
both a moral and a flnanclal standpolnt,
and the secretary wkb fcquested to se?
cure' the attendance of the committee of
the Travelers* Assoclatlon, who made the
contract, at a meetlng to be held on
Saturday wlth a vlew of not havlng any
Judge Phlegar Reslgns,
(Speeittl to The Tlmas-Dlspatcb,)
BRISTOL, VA? March 4.?It waa
mado known to-day that Judge Archor
Phlegar had reslgned tlio posltion of
vlce-preBldent and chlef counsel of the
Virginla Iron, Coal and Coke Company
and the Vlrglnla and Southwestern Rall?
way, to tako effeot to-morrow. The
cauBe ls not stated.
Judge Phlegar has been promtnently
connectod wlth the companies slnco thelr
Arrested In Aahevllle.
(Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
BRISTOL, VA., March 4.?J. J. Haai
11 ton, the young man whe recently pro
curod varlous sums of money on worth
less chockB horo, was orrost-jd nt Asbc
vllle, N. C, to-day, and wlll be brought
back to Bristol to stand trial on tho
charge of false pretense.
May Run Flve Months.
(Spretal to Tbo Ti_es-_lsp_t<_0
BTAUNTON, VA., March ?.?At an ad?
journod meetlng to-nlght, tho Clty Coun?
cll passed n resolution whereby the dty
'street car company ls glven tho power
to run thelr cars for flvo months thla*
year, boglnnlng Juno lst.
A BALL DRESS
Man Broke the Tallor's Wlfe's
Jaw Because Flance's
Gown Wasn't Ready.
(By Assc-clatod Press.)
NEW YORK, March 4,?Becauso hia fl
ance'B ball dress waa not. flnished at
the tlmo promlsod, John Fliee, a steam
fltter, lost hls tempor and struck tho
dlsappolnting- tallor's wlfo ln tho faoe,
broaklng her Jaw. Flloe'waa axrosted and
hold ln $1,000 ball for oxamlnation to-mor?
Mlss Annlo Scott, the flanoe ln ques?
tlon, had lntonded to acoompany Fliee
to a ball last nlght and had ordered a
gown for the occasion from Jaoob Katz,
a ladles' tallor. Tlie gown was to have
beon flnlshod yestorday afternoon. It
waa not, and early last evenlng Mlss
Soott aent Fliee around to Katz's-place
to got the drosB, She sald that she oould
not go to tho ball unloas ahe got lt,
He went, wlth the result stated.
That beauty of deslgn
and consummate crafts
manship can only be dis
played in 6ilverwarc of an
elaborate and expensive
charaeter. This fallacy
has hcen disproved by the
the veriest triflea pro
ceeding from wnose
workshops are de
signed with the same
with the same tech
nical skill as are the
costliest and most im?
portant, AU bear the
same guarantee of ex
cellence, the Gorham
Oa-ofthe'esaentlale of the ?^PW homes o<^aylBafand of
irt^?^_+h>rT?_ +n Ho-ht lirln_ and the beat methodo of promotlng
SSS!?^ knowledgo, each hour of
to that end ond are of not less value than the oaing of the most
whEmo fo^de^nd the selecting of the boat medicinal agents
when 5?U? With the weU-informed, medlchial agentemj used
onlv when nature needs asBiatance and whilo the Importance of
BS_5syatem effectually, when bilious or constlpated, haa
cieansmg tnu' "y8"- ^ wlZhi- reCent yeara it was necessary
KaoTto^Caltt -SracTaTroota, barL and otjier cathartlca
whicnwSe found to be objectionable and to call for coastautly
and wrmfflve princlplea were to be found in certata plants,
-rincS.lnthe teavea, the California Flg Syrup Co. acovered
pnncipauy u? i^= ., -ji-Holea in thelr purest condltion and
i^tofto^tt1!ffi??id ref roshhi liquids ln the form
?,_?-rSlble tb the av-tem and the remedy became known as?
?v?ru^S^?-Vw used, with the planta, in.maklng lt,
beat S farSly lo?aitlvea7bec*uao it ia almple and yholesome and cleanaea
and SrSSS tho ayatem eftactually wlthout disturbing the natural
SncSwd without uapleaaant after eflecta and ita use may be diacon
toU$ w^w^ ha bleaslnge ahould remembet
?*_???? is tho ono r-medv whlch phyalclana and parents well-lnformed
t^elnTrZnSSU uso and whlch they and thofc little onea
Xe wijoy, beeause of it* pleasant flavor, ita gentle action and its
be"^P of Hpii for m* by all wliable druggista, at the regular^rice
of fifty centa per bottle, ln original packages only, havtog the name of
Se wrnedy-Syrup of Fige-<ind the full name of the Company
SoifornJ-t Fjiyjrup Co.~?riated oa the front of every package.
8Bn ^aacLoo. Cal. ^^ ^^ ^ v>
MAY KEEP COOL
Prlce of Ice Now Within Reach
of All. and May Be Still
If the present conditlon of things con?
tlnues swetlng humoi'l+v -wlll bo abW
to keep cool next aummer.
Ice men eay that the prlco of loo wlll
hardly go lower than at preaent, but
even that statoment is roost enoouraglnff,
for the prlco rangea from 18 centa to
DO centa a hundred. '
The low prloe ls for thoso who buy lee
ln quantltles; tho hight prloe for tho
consumar who gota a few pounda at a
Jn order to get . ahead of the game
b. man wlll havo t;o,get hls lee ln large
The flght Is on manufactured ico, and
the Part that most of the brewera, thg
blg con.umers, roanufacturo thelr ownV
ice has put oompotltlon down tB" a Cne
Notwlthstandlng the unce.rtalnty re
gardlng tho situatlon as Oxprossod by
tho manufaoturors with tn.? gr.at compo
tltlon aad with, no oornblnatlon, tho
prlco is likely to eo down fQt tho amall
SCHEDULE OF THE
The schodule of the unlon aervloes held
each day during Lent in tho Bplsoopal
ohurohes of tho olty, ls as follows:
Tuesday?Grace Church ond Church of
the Holy Corafortor,
?\Vednosday?Holy Trlnlty and Monu
Friday?St. James' and St. John'a,
Baturday-^AU Snlnts', St Androw'a and
TWO LORENZA WEDDINGS
WEDDED IN STAFFORD
(Speclal to Th. Tim.s.'DUDnte..}
FRHJDERICKSBURG*, VA., Maroh 4.
In Stafford county, near Belle Falr Mllls,
thla woek, a double weddlng occurred,
whlch was unlquo in several reapeots.
Tho grooms aro father and son, and each
la named Lorenza Weddlng, so that two
Weddlngs wero among tho prlnclpals ln
a double weddlng.
TWO NEQROES KILLED
West Bound Southern Paclflc Passen?
(Hy ASBoclateil Prem.)
AUSTTN, TBX., Maroh 4.?The west
bound Southern Paclflo passenger train
was deralled to-day at Alleyton, ono
coach golng ovor, Tip Woods und Clem
ont Coopor, both negro passengers, wore
killed and soven othera wei-a hurt, nono
aerlously. Englneor Plckern and Flro
man Roborts woro hurt, but not fatally.
(Ity AuiiiJC'iateil 1'roun.)
ANNAPOLIS, MD., March i?The res?
ignatlon of MIdshipman Robert Pearson,
whoso Jaw was broken ln a flght with an
upper claaaman somo weeks ago at the
Naval Acadomy, was accepted to-day.
Superlntendent Brownson so natlfted
As a result of the encountor botweep
Pearson and Thlrd Clasamun Ulnsdell,
the thlrd class hns agroed to dlscontlnue
hasilnff ln all Its phaaea.
Nothing But Smoko.
In answer to a atlll alarm tho Flro
Department was called to Tenth and Maln
otreeta laat nl??ht to flnd that thero
was no slgn of a blase. A gentle
mon passlug along tho btreet had boon
deoelved by the manner ln whieh tha wlnd
wafted amoke whloli waa Isaumg from a
ehlmnoy over tho offlco Of Pr. Jullan
Wrlght, on Maln Streot. It seems that
a flre had beon llghted by lho doctor and
that the done. aniolte waa cousoquent
imon thls actloa <
WANTED-BOO WHITE GIRLS
TO MAKE CHEROOTS AND O.GARS.
...APPLY TO THE...
23D AND CARY STREETsj RICr^OND, VA.
well and you look
well when fitted
with our superior
best that optical
skill can produce
is at your service
and at reasonable
"Good For the Eyes."
qite S. GALESKI
Cor. 9th and Main Sts.
MAY BE PROPOSED
Mass-Meeting of Enterprlsing
Cltlzens Called for Monday
A mass meetlng- of tho clti_en_ ot Rich?
mond has beon called for Monday nl&ht
at 8:30 o'clook at Murphy's Hotel. Mr,
Isac Cohen sald last nlght, In speaklug
of the mattor somo tlmo agltated of hav?
lng a carnlval ln May, that -whilo tho
commltteo would report unfavorably ln
regard to lt, as lt wus too late ln tho
spring now to undertaUo such a great
enterprlso, proposltlons would ho mado to
tho citlzens asaembled Monday nlght for
havlng lator on an even moro attraotlve
entertainment and one moro elevutlntf
than a carnlval was usually considered
lo be. Mr. Cohon did not say, but lt
wouldn't be surprislng if tho chlef prop?
osltlon wlll suggest a flower paiade. lt ts
known that Heveral prominent promot
ers of the last carnlval, whloh v/ua so
successful, avo ln, favor ot thls in tho
Roosevelt and Jim Hayes.
(Speclnl to Tho T-iLS-DispaCcb.)
^ NORfrOMC. VA.. March l.-The ne?
gro leaguo endorsod to-nlght Presldent
Roosevolt's stund on the negro o.ues
tion. Resolutlons oommendlng Jlm
Hayes os propliet of racio tronblea wero
also adopted. _
A bargaln iii overy Tlmes-Dlspatcli
want Od, It wlU F"y y?u to look them
New Navy Beans, per quart.. .8c,
New Liraa Beans, 7-,pound ^Kfi
or 4 pounds for. .......,'? aafJV
Best Granulated Sugar, lb.... .4$o
Quartbottle Tomato Ca.sup....lOo
Lake Fish, per dozen.iac
17M. Shoe Blacking, 2 boxes...50'
Best City Meal, per peck, M
i8c.;or, bushel., ?OO
Large Canned Virginia To- g
White A Sugar,-6 pounds for. .250
Arbuckle's Coffee, poundV-ioq
Cordova Coffee, pound........90
Good Salt Pork, per pound.,.. .90
Imported Macaroni, pound.. t. 60
Blackberry or Catawba l ?fi
Wine, per quart.?'... ? ww
Extra Fine Naval Oranges, per
dozen.iS. ao, 25 and 300.
Snowflake Patent Family OE*
Flour, barrel, $3.90; bag, fcW?
Good Green or Mixed Tea, gjj*
New Lake Fish, per dozen... 12ft
Carolina Rice, per pound.-5C
Fresh Country Eggs, dozen.-. vWSo
s. _mm m
Downtown Stores, i8ao-i8.a East Maln
Streot., Uptowu Storo, 506 East Ma?>
Both 'Phonea at our two Stores.
SlO and upwards loaned on Ptanoa
md housonolcl furnlture, on the
bulldlng *and loan assoolatlon plan,
whlch mako. tho cost much lees
than you pay elaewhoro, and allow
you to pay lt off ln monthly pay?
ments, running from ono to twelve
months, Oet others' rates, thea
Tlclewater Loan and Trust Co.
Sulto 83-31. Thlrd Floor,
Morchanta' NaUonal Bank BuUdtn*
I1C3 Enst Main Stroet,
y^ - na a jlu-., ttamm
Exoelsior Faoeand Foot Powder
Internutlonal Alanufaoturlog M>,?
Goo. K. Burgoss, Com'l Agt.,
US W. Cwy St? Clty,