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They Refuse to Serve In
GIRL IN BOAT ALL NIGHT
Serious Charge Against a Baltimore
Bridge Builder?Naval Board of
Inspection at Norfolk?Negro
Gets Eighteen Years,
(Kpeclnl to The Times-Dispatch.)
NORFOLK. VA., August 4,-Frank
Clark, of Baltimore, about thirty years of
nge, was arrested this afternoon upon
the charge of taking from lier
mother for immoral purposos Theresa
Murray, the slxteon-yoar-old daughter of
Mrs. Man" E. Murray, of No. 340 Chapel
The all?gation Is that Clark oarrlod the
girl out last evening for a sail and kopt
her In * boat all night. The mothor re?
ported the matter to Mayor Rlddlck this'
afternoon, and the Mayor accompanied
her to Magistrate Dalton's oITloo, whore a
warrant was eecured for Clark. This won
served later by Policeman Pbllllpn,
brother-in-law of the Murray girl, who ,
lodged the defendant at the station house.
Clark Is a bridge builder from Baltimore
?who lias been working here,
Naval Board, of Inspootlon Is here from
?Washington to-day. Captain Francis J.
' Train, chairman, did not'come, but Cnp
' tain? Oowles, Koper and Woodnrd made
an lnsspectlon of the Novndn, now at tho
yard. The ship pased a satisfactory In,
npeotlon save as to her turrets and
the board ls> confident that tho altera?
tions to the rollers now holng made here
will be euocessful.
Two Judges appointed by the fusion
faction, of the Democratic party in the
party, hrvvo refused to servo on the pri?
mary election to occur on Thursday. Tho
feeling Is bitter between the fuslonlsts
and the stralghtouts, and this incident is
likely to Increase its intesnlty. There are
forty-five judges appointed.
The two who refused, James Redd and
' D. B. Mackle, print cards In the news?
SENTENCED FOR EIGHTEEN TEARS.
George Washington Grlggs, tho mulatto
recently convicted of a criminal assault
on Marlon, the four-year-old daughter of
Mr. Bruce Maaon, of Port Norfolk, was
sentenced to-day by Judge Portlock In
Portsmouth, for eighteen years In the
penltontlary. It was a particularly vi?
cious assault, and there was a throat of
lynching, but tho officers protected the
The meeting of tho stockholders of the
Norfolk, Newport Newa and Portsmouth
Company was postponed from to-day to
next Tuesday. Ono reason stated la tho
unavoidable absence of President R. Lan?
caster WllllamH. of Richmond. Another
reason, stated by Wellington Hardy,
treasurer, of tho Atlantic Termlnnl Rail?
way, Is the papers necesnry for the disso?
lution of the company into its original
companies, representing tho Alexander
Brown interests and the Williams inter?
ests were tint ready. There was no state?
ment to glve~out nt the office except that
tho meeting was postponed.
HUNG JURT FOR FIREMAN.
In tho Samuel White case there was a
hung Jury. The fireman, of the York
Street engine house sued tho Norfolk
Railway and Light Company, for $7,600
for personal injuries. In a collision be?
tween the fire engine and. a stret car
last winter. White was thrown from the
engine and suffered a broken nose and
bruises. The case was on trial two days
and the Jury considered It from noon yes?
terday tiU thin morning without agreeing.
The Jury was dismissed as unable to make
COAL SALES NOT BRISK.
The price of hard coal was Increased
to the dealers ten cents a ton at the
mines on the first of tho month. But the
price has not changed here. It sells here
for J7 a ton, but not briskly. There Is a
small supply of hard coal, and there are
not many., sch?'nners arriving. Tho ad?
vices from northern cities are that the
supply is not (rreat and all of t? ? Juno
orders from here wero not filled In July,
There Is no salo of soft coal for domestlo
use. so that practically all of tho soft
ooal-ln the market now Is the steam coal,
whloh.for the run of the mine grade sells
for tZ.Zt a ton. That conl in here In
' abundance. It is Belling freely, but one
deslKW Bays he oould take 10,000 tons and
not fee overstocked.
SOME GLOSE VOTES
(Special to The TlmeM-Dlspntch.)
CHARLrO'rTEBVrLLE, VA., August 4.?
The County Democrat! o Committee met
to-day and canvru=sed the voto of Satur?
day'? primary. The olBolal count gave
tho treaaurershlp nomination to Nathan?
lel C. McGee over William Gnrth, the
former's majority being ?S.
Luc?an C. Watts was renominntcd fqr
sheriff, defenthiK Williams bv 324 votes.
Wm. R. Luke led Win. H. Boaz 10, and
W. Sara Burnley 063 In .he contest for
the House of Delegates.
SHOT HIMSELF WITH
PISTOL THROUGH BRAIN
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
WTTHEVILLl-, VA.. August 4.- Jnmeg
H. Wilkinson, a well-known citizen nf
Wythevllle, committed suicide llils morn?
ing by shooting himself through the
head with a pistol borrowed from bin em?
ployer, the property of the Not-ii drug
Store, whnre lie was s clerk. H? left no
( xplanatlen and only conjecture, ran be
brought to bear to explain his rush act.
lie ivas about forty-five, yens of age and
is survived by his wife find three drib
M. M. Krise In Extremis.
is ? ist.tr The Tlme>?PI*petcl|.)
LYNCHBURGj va.. August 4.?M. M.
KrlSO, i .?.-?:???..? i.t of the Krise Hank?
ing Company, and only son ,,f IV A.
Krise, if- extremely ill with appendicitis.
His condition icnlght i? so grave thai
lut little hope Is fciitertaned for his re?
C. B. ROBERTS,
Millwright and Mill Supplies,
and the txsst up-to-date grinding mill?
for all purposes. I can luve you
money wh?-n you are in want of any
thlng'in the milling line. Coramunl
Oate with 0. U HOKKKTS. I80? East
Cary Struct, 'l-'hone?Old ~?,',i.
Bloating, Gravel, Dull Back Ai
Kidney Diseases, Urinary Affectl
cured by taking Stuart'* Gin nnd Due
The worst form.1- of Kidney nnd lilac
Trouble, nftcr every Intelligent rem
hns failed, are always curable by tak
Stuart's Gin nnd Ruchu. It Is a bland,
Ilghtfulty plonsnnt tnstlng medicine, t
nets directing on the kidneys nnd bind,
quickly drnlnlng out every Impurity, h.
Ing and strengthening tho kldnevs. glv
them Ufo nnd vigor. Stunrt's ' Gin
Huchu Invnrlally cures Bt-ignt'B iJlse
and Diabetes even when the patient 1
given up hope, or w.hern thoy had b
tapped to drain oft tho accumula
DISEASED KIDNEY SYMPTOI
Agonizing pains In the back, swollen 1
or nbdomen, discharges from the ureth
neuralgia nf tho bladder, burning sen
tlon or difficulty In pnsrlng water, n
a frequent desire or oven involuntary r
charge of the urine, ralntrh of the bli
der, stone In tho bladder, dlsagroea
odor of the urlno, scanty and hlgh-c
orod; rhcumntlsm, wllh nches nnd pa
In bonos and back. Dcnth may frequei
ly follow these symptom?.
For any of these symptoi
take Stunrt's Gin nnd BUchU, and y
xvill be restored to health, and your kl
ncys and bladder perfectly cured. Stunr
Gin nnd Hurhn sweetens the urlr
cleanses the bladder, removes nil obstru
tlons from the kidneys nnd urethra, m?k
the blood pure. The highest grade kl
ney remedy innd?-. Thoroughly tested f
past ?0 ven?s In hospitals and private pra
tice. Druggists ?">r by express, H. SA?
PI.? nOTTi.K, also circular, giving son
of the many cures made, FRESE, by wrl
Ing Stuart Drug Co., Atlantn. Oa. Spec!
medical nilvlco given If you describo yoi
trouble. Sold In "Richmond, Vn., t
TRAGLI?) DRUG CO., 817 East Broe
Street. Cnll or write. Stuart's Gin ar
Buclin sent "hy express.
JUDGE RHEA IS
MaKes Caustic Reply to 06n
Charles Thurman's Card
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
BRISTOL, VA.. August 4.-As the rcsul
of tho sensational attnek made upon ex
Congressman Rhen, of the Ninth Virgin!
District, by General Charles Thurman, o
Bcrryvlllo, In connection with the pond
Ing suit of Mrs, Thurman for divorce, th
ox-Congressman has replied as follow?
his reply having been addressed to th
Clarko Courier, of Berryvllle, in which hi
Inters-low In connection with tho Thur
man dlvorco caso wn* recently published
?Bristol, Va., August 1, 1903.
Editor Clarke Courier:
I have seen and road the General's (7
(otherwise known as "Big (0) Naught" li
Berryvllle} rorr.nrka.ble manifesto, and
would take no notice of It, but I thinl
It duo him that he should publicly hav?
certain information. He complains hit
terly that I hnd grievously Insulted hin
and then "sneaked away at midnight."
before ho had time to get satisfaction fo:
his Insult. Your paper was published a
12 o'clock noon, on "Wednesday, July 2Sth
nnd I remained In Berryvllle until the
train loft at 9 o'clock tho next mornlns
for Bristol, so he hnd nearly twonty-foui
hours to get satlfciactlon for my terrible
But I am charitable enough to excuse
him for this delny upon the ground thai
he did not come to the conclusion that he
had been Insulted, nnd that his blood?
thirsty angor did not arise until after 1
It 1b a long rldo nnrl I am very busy
now, but Btlll I would return Immediately
If I did not feel assured that his anger
would keep, certainly for a month or two,
during which timo I expect to be In Win?
chester to nrguo a motion in tho case In
which he Is defendant and of which he
will have due and proper notice, and I
will be delighted on this occasion to give
him the opportunity of seeing me, but I
would prefer that ho would not wait again
for nearly twenty-four hours to do so, as
It might be very inconvenient for mo to
bo detained. If he cannot wait, I would
bo glad to see him in Brls-tol, and I know
that Mrs. Thurman's friends would give
him a very warm reception. If It is not
convenient for him to be at either Win?
chester or Bristol, I will say to him that
later on I expect to be in Berryvllle, per?
haps on several occasions, and on any
one of which he will have ample oppor?
tunity to see me. but 1 trust he will try
and make up his mind earlier than ho
did on the last trip, nnd at all events
before I am gone. On each occasion I
have been In Borryvllle I tried very hard
to see him, and although each timo I
requested that I might be given the ex
aulslte pleasure to look upon him. yet it
was denied m?.
I have always thought, and now his
vulgar tirado convinces me, that Drs.
Blackford and Walker mndn n frroat mis?
take thnt they did not place him In the
coll where ha could see the light of
heaven only through iron bars, nnd had
sent his lovely wife back to the home
which had been ndnrned and beautified
?with her money nnd by her ceaseless care
and toll. I truHt it may never be so, hut
it would not bo a ?trange piece of poetic
Justice if his conduct and his conscience
drove him to that condition that some day
ho would be carried up tho beautiful Val?
ley of Virginia In the direction of Stavin
ton, but not tho happiest drive of his life,
as he promised Mrf. Thurman hers would
be when they left their beautiful home on
that fateful morning.
(Signed) WM. F. nilEA.
PORTRAIT OF JEFFERSON
An Elegant Gift to William and Mary
(Special Ti The Times-Dispatch.)
WlLLIAMSBTTHO. VA., August 4.?Tho
college has received a (Inn portrait of
Thomas Jefferson, a present from Mr. 1'J,
r. Andrews and his wife, the daughter Of
the lMe Dr. Mlnnlgerud?, of Richmond.
Mr. Andrews Ifc the distinguished Wash?
ington iirtlsl, who has charge of the i.'or
cortin Art Guljery. The gift Is mi appro?
priste one for many reasons. Mr. Jeffer?
son wns s student nt William and Mary
l,,r two years and afterwards spent live
years In Wllllnrr.sburg Studying law under
the celeb rated (lenice Wvlhe. To one of
the professors of Wlllleni and Mary. Dr.
Willem Bmali, Mr. Jefferson ascribed
tin, -nxlng of hi? destinies In life, ' The
collection of portraits at William and
Mary lins become In the last few years
a very )iandBOtna one.
(Sneclnl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
CHINi'uTl'Ai'l'I.. S'A., Aug. I -At ?l
recent meeting of Accornao Hodge, No.
???in, a, r .?i.i a M.? the following "Ul?
cers were Installed by Mr. Park ?Tones,
State lecturer, of Wllllamshurg: \v. J.
MesHick, worshipful master; J P, Raker,
M-nlnr warden-, Inlm 1, Anderton, Junior
warden; Charles I', Matthews, secretary;
\v. f. R, Croppor, treasurer! (-"rank M.?t
thews. tiii-i; i>. .1. Calyer, senior doacou;
It. Wllgus, Junior deacon,
Immediately after the Installation of
olliccrs ill,of the members repaired to
Hi" reception room, where a bouuu-oim
lepaut wan served in honor ?if the Btute
W. tiding Cards.
(Special to Tin- Tlmes?Dlspatch.)
I'RKDERJCKSBURQ, YA., Auk. 4
"/H?tions havo been received her?.'
the qiunlage "f MIkh Jessie M
fluughter of Judge'U, M. I^ove, of
in-, county, to Lieutenant t;?-??rK
bVeeman, p| th?? United Him.it ,
Tho m.?i ik.ir.- will take plac? a
Wh, ?a 6:30 P. M., at Jifon
Chur-.li, ut l.'ulrfux Cuurthoubo,
Henry Abernathy Badly Shot
by His Uncle.
ARMORY FOR THE GRAYS
Council Committee Recommends tho
Erection of One at a Cost of Ten
Thousand Dollars?City Saves
by Combining Positions.
(Speclnl to The Times-Dispatch.)
PETERSBURG, VA., August 4,?Mr.
Henry Abernathy, of Qrocnesvllle county,
who was shot by his uncle in that county
last Friday morning, was brought to tho
Homo for tho Sick in this city last night
for treatment. The pcoplo in tho neighbor?
hood say that young Abornathy lay
where ho was shot from 0 o'clock until
a o'clock In tho afternoon. Ills wound
Is exceedingly dangerous. Tho first surgi?
cal treatment he had reccT.-e'd was when
ho was brought to tho Homo In this city.
The special committee from tho Com?
mon Council to meet to consldor tho ex?
pediency of giving financial aid to the
local military organization, recommended
the building of an armory at Centre
Market at an estlmatod cost of $10.000.
Tho matter was referred to tho Finance
Commltteo for careful consideration.
Permission was granted to several prop?
erty owners olt Bank and Sycnmoro
Streets to lay granolithic pavement In
front of their stores, tho city to share
There wero several candidates for tho
?frico of keeper of the. hay scales, the
position heretofore paying $100 per year.
At the Council yesterday a resolution
was adopted adding tho duties of tho
keeper of tho hay scnles to those of tho
clerk of the market, with an additional
salary of $100. When the voto was taken
on the question, tho friends of the appli?
cants stated that tho application had
been made with the idea that the position
would pay $100. and, therefore, did not
press their candidacy for tho position at
Tho receipts during the month were
$27,179.44; expenditures, $15,0SS.C1. City taxes
amounting to $12,300 wero declared de?
Miss Rosa Stephcnson has gone to the
country to spend several weelts.
Miss Pattle Moon, of Richmond, Is visit?
ing Miss Mary Roper.
Miss Susie Evnns. of Murfreesboro, N.
C, is 'Visiting Miss Evans, on Davis
Miss May Ellen Whyte left this morn?
ing for Radford, where she will spend
tho month of August.
Misses Mary and Annnoel Patterson
have gone t? Blue Ridge Spring to spend
the rest of the summer.
Mesdames Grlswold and Wilson nnd
Miss Orborne left this morning for tho
mountains of Virginia to spend several
Mrs. S. K. Wlnn, Mrs. Carter R. Bishop
and Master Don Bishop loft Petersburg
this morning to spend several weeks In
West Virginia, near tho White Sulphur
Mr. J. H. Sherill has returned to Pe?
tersburg from a delightful trip to the
seashore. He divided his time between
Virginia Beach and tho Wachapreague
Hotel In Accomac county.
"My College Chum," the very laugh?
able comedy, has been presented with
much success by tho Cummlngs Stock
Company at Ferndalo Park Casino this
week, despite the threatening weather.
This comedy pleasea the patrons better
than any bill that has yef been presented
by this splendid company.
ROCKBRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD
County Republican Committee Decide
to Put Candidates in the Field.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
LEXINGTON, VA., Aug. 4.?Tho county
School Board of Rockbrldge hold their
annual meeting In the courthouse at Lex?
ington on Saturday, August 1st.
The most important step taken was the
practical abandonment of the Rockbrldge
county Normal School, for several years
conducted at East Lexington by Mrs. M.
S. MolTot. Sho outlined the terniB of the
contract Into which sho would enter for
tho continuance of the school, and the
board declined to accept the torms,
Four holidays were orderd to. be ob?
served during the session?Thanksgiving,
Christmas, Lee's and Washington's birth?
days. The county schoolo were ordered to
be opened October 12th.
September court day, Monday, Septem?
ber 7th. was fixed ns the time for hold?
ing a general meeting In the courthouse
at Lexington In the Internst of educa?
tion, and lion. Harry St. George Tucker,
of Lexington, ono of the Virginia agents
of the Southern "Education noard, was In?
vited to address the meeting.
Tho county Republican Executive Com?
mittee. Rpstmastor McClung Patton, chnlr
man, neiii a, meeting yesterday to rormui-ito
plans for nn active campaign this full.
It was decided to nominate district, coun?
ty ofllcors. anil to put candidates in tho
fleh] for the Legislature, The ?Into se?
lected for district primaries Is Septem?
ber Jflth, nnd for the county convention
September "Oth, the county convention to
he hold nt the courthouse In Lexing?
Senator Watklns to Care for Waif Who
Runs Away from Bad Treatment.
(Special to The Tlmos-Ijivpntoli.)
I'-AHMVII.I.E. VA., August 4.-A youth
thirteen years nf ni;e, giving his niitnei iih
Sam Cnddlngton, of Buckingham coun?
ty, was found hero to-day wandering
about Die town In search of work and
something to eat. He nnnllM to Mr.
J. L. IlTirt, of the Karmvlll? Herald,
for a position, nnd In his office tolf) the
"I rim away from my home in Buck?
Inginiin county, because my father was
mi cruel to me; )in would whip me un?
mercifully when I hiiil done nothing! my
mother is In the as??)urn and has been
there for three years. I lived with my
father as long aw I copld Stand 1,1m.
and ran away from homo to escape the
terrible whippings and punishment In
other ways that wire of the iiiohI cruel
Mr. Il.-irl asketl tho little fellow, who
won- i, suit of overall? nnd was bare?
footed. If he was hungry, A reply came
quickly; "Vos, ."Ir." He took hlin to
):Ik Iioiih- nml spread before lilm a bounti?
ful HilPplX. of which he ate.li,.,irtlly. Ho
wok then taken back 10 the lierait) office
and after " ?h?rt talk with Senator Wat?
idus, was carried to the Senator's Iwmn in
the country, who will pr?vido for hlin
as he woulrl one of his own clilhlieti.
Freilerickshurg Masons Observo an
(Special to The Tiinen-Dlsnatcli.l
FRi-:i")Klt|fI(HHI'l"tfi. VA., August 4.
The iiH-mi-i.- "i Irtederlcksbur? Lodge,
No, I. of Mason ,. Kuthored In their |odg?
room tO'tilght and celebrated the l&Otli
annlviirsui v ,.i the raiaing of ?eorgo
Washington io th? . ubllnie device of aius?
tei Mason Thai notable, event was, the
W?lk of tile lodge of this cltv and It wii'i
fitting that it should be celebrated. A
number of iihuit, .appropriate addresses
Association has been formed on the
Eastern Shore with the following offi?
cers: Henry Battalle, of Boggs, presi?
dent; N. B. Wescott. of Mnppsburg, vice
president, and T. B. Robertson, of East
vllie, secretary and treasurer; Executive
Committee, the above with S. K. Powell,
of Onnncock: Senator B. T. Gunter, of
Accltinc Courthouse: Judge G. S. Ken?
dall, and Otho F. Mear?, of Eastvllle.
Tho reviva] at Good Hope Church, in
lower'Orange county, conducted by Rev;
Dr. E. W. AVInfrey, of Culpeper, resulted
In tho addition of eighteen members to
tho church roll.
Hon. C. C. Tallnferro, In response to
numerous requests, has decided to become
a candidato for supervisor of Taylor
District, In Orange county.
The supply of vegetables of every char?
acter in this market brought In dally from
the surrounding country was never
largec. of better quality or lower In
STOLE HORSE FROM
SHADOW OF CITY HALL
fSneci'nl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
WINCHESTER. VA.. August 4.-Satur
dav night a thief stole George Carver's
horse from the county hitching yard and
no trace of the animal has been discov?
ered, ThR theft took place In the shadow
of the City Hall and within seventy-rive
yards of police headquarters.
Rev. Dr. W. V. Tudor Presides
and Reports are Made on
All the Charges.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
CHESTER, VA., August 4?The West
Richmond District Conferenco met to-day
In the Chester Methodist Episcopal
Church, beginning at 9:30 o'clock A. M.,
Rev. XV. V. Tudor, D. D., presiding. The
religious services were conducted by the
presiding elder, and then tho conference
proceeded to organize. Rev. J. B. A-.~kew
was elected secretary. The roll was
called, and the following members were
Clerical?XV. V. Tudor, XV. XV. Lear, L.
li. Betty, J. T. Bosnian, H. E. Johnson,
R. P. Lumpkin. R. W. Maxey, J. B.
Askew, L. C. Moore, XV. G. Burch, J. S.
Hunter, B. E. Hudson, XV. C. Pace, R.
L. Wlngfleld, J. T. Sewoll, Porter Hardy,
XV. H. Jeffreys, W. E. Grant, H. J. Bay?
lor, T. J. Taylor, J. T. Mast?n, R. G.
James. William A. Langhon, C. H, Boggs,
D. S. Morrison. R. Hatcher, L. G. Crutch?
field and eighteen lay delegates.
The hours of meeting and adjournment
were fixed as follows: Morning session?
0:30 to 11:30; preaching at 11:30 A. Mi Af?
ternoon session-3 o'clock." P. M? with ad?
journment at will.
Tho presiding elder, the pastor nnd W.
G. Ivey were constituted the Committee
on Public Worship. The conference then
heard reports from the pastoral charges,
ami all tho pastors reported on their
charges. The following were appointed
the Business Committee: Revt'. H. E.
Johnson, I.. B. Betty, R. M. Maxey and
Delegates J. G. Hunt and R. E, Brldg
forth. ... i. 11
Tho clinlr also nnnounced the. following
boromittee to examine candidates for li?
cense to preach and for orders: Revs. AS.
\V, Lear, Porter Hardy and C. 11. Boggs.
Committee to Examino Conference Rec?
ords: XV. T. Ht. Clair, W. G, Hurrh and
XV. l>. Hobson, , ? , ,
Tho conference then ndjourned to heai
tho opening sermon by Rev. T. J. Taylor,
who preached a strong and eloquent ner?
mon from the text: "He that south forth
weeping, bearing precious seed, shall
doubtles? return again with Joy, bringing
|n the Hln-.ives." The sermon was one
of great power and effect.
At the afternoon session Rev. T. J.
Taylor was granted leave of Absence, ow?
Ine to a ilc'k daughter.
The Committee on Business made Us
,< port on Hi?. Bplr-itual state of the church,
Tho Committee on Tempor?neo was com
posed of Hits, nurch. Baylor, Lniiglmn.
After coniltlerttbje discussion on tho spir?
itual slate of the church, this report was
adopted mid on motion tho conferenco
adjourned lo moot In prayer mooting at
il o'clock tn-innrroW.
Rev. I'. M. Edwards, who was present
as it vlilu.r, wan announced lo preach to?
night nt S o'clock.
NO MORE DANDRUFF.
Newbro'u Herplclde Destroys the Pestl
fei-otu C-hibo of Annoylno Dantlruff.
Does v?,m- head Itch? J? V"ur coat or
drcHH full of white Hake? after dressing
your hair? null's the effect of dandruff.
in your hair Ihi tilling'/ Are you beginning
to get bald In spots? Are you;iilf.-.tdy,
In fact, rapidly becoming bad? If bo,
Unit l?? th,- effect of u measly little para
sit?- that burrow?-'in "l th!! 7"", "f,,|">
huir and throws UP the ???.'i'l> III dandruff
Un(J ,,,,,; ?? the hair ?,l ""' ?"'"""?
Bclence'H Inlnst discovery Is a destroyer
of thai pestlferoili gorni. That destroyer
I contained In no other hair preparation
I mi rart?i hut -sfowbro's Herplclde, Try
It and be ,-nnvfnccd. A delightful dreu?
Ing. Hold l,y loading ?Jniggls s be,,,!
! Klc In Lamps for ?ample to I hi. lierpl
??Jdi- Co.. Detroit. Wich- 0wp,-?- b Mlnor
, Ding Co,, a-ieclal Agent.
Cruiser Maryland Be Nearly
Finished When Launched.
PUSHING THE LOUISIANA
Race With the Government Yard at
New York In Building a Crack
Cruiser?A Governor at
(Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
NEWIPORT NEWS, VA., August 4.?
Among the guests at tho Buckroo Beach
Hotel atre Governor J. A. FrazJei*, of Ten?
nessee Ho is accompanied by Mayor A.
W. ChambUss, of Chattanooga. Tho lat
tor has been Jolncdi by his parents, Rev.
and Mrs. J. A. ChambUss, of Orange,
Work on the armored cruiser Maryland,
In coutso of construction at tho Newport
Newa Shipbuilding nnd Dry Dock Com?
pany, Is being rapidly pushed, and when
the vessel Is launched, about October lit,
sho undoubtedly will bo further advanced
toward completion than any warship ever
put overboard heretofore. Already her
fighting tops are In place, and ahe Is
beginning to look like a naval champion.
There Is no special hurry for tho ways
upon which the Maryland now rests, and
It Is much easier to work on a vessel to
a certain point ashore than It Is after she
Is afloat. Otherwise the Maryland could
have been launched several weoks ago.
Excellent progress nlso Is being made
on tho battleship Louisiana, on which the
local shipyard Is ongaged In a practical
raco with the Brooklyn navy yard, which
In building tho Connecticut, a slBter nhlp.
Tho local yardi is contldont of Its ability
to complete its contract before the gov?
ernment yard la ready to place Its ship
It was announced hero to-day that the
historic old Temple plantation at York
town, on which Lord Cornwallls surren?
dered to Washington, has been sold by
Its owner, Mr. Mauck, a member of the
Stato Agricultural Commission, to a Mr.
Wlilerbee, a wealthy Detroit, Mich., man.
The salo, It Is said, was raado several
days ago, but until to-day nothing was
said about It.
The place has passed through many
hands during recent years. It was bought
by Mauck from John Crulckshauk, who
had previously purchased It from A. J.
The old residence in which Cornwallls
had his headquarters nt the time he sur?
rendered and virtually ended the Revolu?
tionary War, Is still standing, and Is al?
ways visited by tourists when they aro In
tho vicinity. There are hundreds of other
historic spots on the plantation, which
contains about one thousand acres, and
the entlro section Is Interesting to those
I Interoste/i In Virginia antiquities.
WANTS GOVERNMENT TU BUI.
Mr. Mauck will remain In possession o
the plantation for some time, as the nev
owner has arrangod with him to keep I
up, As Wlllorbeo merely bought th<
place as an Investment, not intending tc
use It for private purposes, it Is hardly
probable that ho will spend any time In
the section himself.
For ycmrs It has been understood that
the government would eventually buy
the plantation and convert It into a na?
tional park, and It Is, generally believed
that the new owner bought It for the
purpose of pushing this Idea and to sell
the property to the government.
Two more suits were entered by pilots
In the clerk's office of the Corporation
Court to-day. The style of the suits fol?
H. E. Reed, pilot, against XV. V. Wil
bcrt, master of the Bchooner Kate B.
Ogden, $00, with Interest from March 23d,
F. D. Cock, pilot, vs. W. V. Wllhert,
mastor of the schooner Kate B. Ogden,
$fif), with Interest from February 12th,
? ? ?i
THE BUFFALO LITHIA
A Spring that Was Famous a Hundr,
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS, V;
August 4.?The season at this dellghtf
and famous watering place, whose wate
are shipped all over this and many fo
elBii countries, Is now at Its height ar
dally the pleasures, as well as the heall
.seekers are coming to Its clear and beai
tlful fountains, where they may find re
'and ho honied.
Colonel Thomas F. Goode, the owne
ha? ?pared no time or expense In makln
this resort all that It should bo, an
has culled around him the most exper
enced and courteous gentlemen for 1
management. Colonel A. \V. Archer, wl
was once tho proprietor of the Exc.hang
Hotel, of Richmond. Is the manager t
the hotel department. Colonel Jnmes "
Alexander, with C. T. Wootton assis
nut, hns been hern for many years. The
have charge, of the office,
Mr. W. W, Wngstaff Is general mar
nger and financial agent of the spring:
Tho hotel la large and airy, containln
the ball-room, office, parlor and readln?
room, besides many suites of handsomel
In addition there are a large numbe
of cottages built In a square, facing th
spring, which is ??Jghly ornamented wit
u circular canopy, presenting a pic
ture.sriue and enchanting view, Deckonln
(iH It were the weary and thirsty to par
lake of Its cool and health giving wa
11 Ih seldom that one finds the qulo
mid beauties of nature, as Is found hert
combined with waters of auch rara remo
dial cnirilltlo?. The society here Is charm
lug. The guests mingle together a.
cordially nB If they were one large am
happy family. There are visitors her
from various nectlons of the country
Among thu Richmond peonle here, ar
Captain John A. Coke nnd wife, Judg,
15, O, Minor and wife, M. S. Qunrles am
wife, (j. CV. Minor and T. E. Wlnfree.
The many friends of Judge Minor wll
be pleased to learn that hi? health hai
greatly Improved since he hns been here
There are two mineral springs here
located about two hundred vards apart
They are designated ns No. 1 and No. 2,
both of which are of great value. Spring
No. 1 la the older of the two. For mor?
tlinn a century these, waters have stood
I he test of time and to-day It has the
t-iuinrsatlon of the ablent nnd most dis?
tinguished physicians of the Unltec!
Kt.ites. Spring No. 2 was discovered some
ihlrtv years ago, nnd the great demand
f"r tho water, uttest its popularity. I
"in mir) here that more water has been
?old this year from this spring than ever
As showing the great length of time
M'i'iiig No. 1 ha? been known and val?
ued, I remember to have hoard my grand
liitlier, who If living would be consider?
ably over one. hundred years old, say that
when he was a bare-footed bpy. it was
his father's custom to ride horseback, with
lilrn.behlnd, t? this spring to ?et the bene
ii of the.water. Ho also said that at
?.'"it time there wero no accommodations
for visitors and the sick living at a dis
lance, would como in wagons and cump
to drink from this spring. Mr. David
pholton, who was a former owner, had
such rtroiiR faith In tho value of the wa?
ters for tho cure of chills and fevers, that
he hud n standing offer that any one
suffering with this trouble were free to
come and stay andif not cured they were
? not to nny a cent for hoard. The springs
We located In what, la known as the Buf
"Hi, there, Butter!" said the Salt
g"Look out for that frisky Flap-jack ! "
/^SsfScSV rv " Here he comes after you and
AW' S W?v "I can see a quick finish. Q/^^^s
v^^^^?^?tl?or a11 thrce of y0"?if any rir^X
x?Fw??fiM one fmds that hot iS-^ [ncdl
jf^^^^Kj PRESTO Pancake /M??? \V \
for cakes C\\'\\r\r pr-E- CRUST ?
BISCUITS ? VjJLUL/Jl^." short-cake
PUDDINGS ? "TJV1 ^ MUFFINS ? ?
DUMPLINGS 17 10 ill . DOUGHNUTS
Of ?11 good Orocers (er The H-O. Co, Buffalo,) In 130 and 10f< packages.
falo Hills anil tradition has It thnt In the
years long ago, this fnmous spring was
tho haunt of the wild buffaloes, who fre?
quented and at It delighted In refreshing
themselves at Its health riving fountain,
Mu&Ic Is furnished by an Italian string
band. The managers say this has been
a prosperous season for the hotel. Every
one with whom I havo spoken to on tho
subject speak In high terms of the good
living and management hero. Great care
Is taken In keeping tb,e entire premises
neat and clean.
Policeman Pond, of Ettrick, Is to Be
Tried for Misfeasance In Office.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
CHESTERFIELD, VA., Aug. 4.?George
Townson, a member of a nomadic bond,
was to-day fined $10 for assault upon
his wife and committed to Jail In default
The hearing of the charges preferred
against Policeman W. E. Pond, of Et?
trick, for misfeasance In office, will bo
heard on next Tuesday, the second day
of the County Court. The court has
granted to both sides In this case much
latitude for the substantiation of Its
claims, and about fifty witnesses In nil
have been summoned to testify.
The Salem Baptist Sunday-school had
Its annual picnic to-day, the children be?
ing taken on a Jaunt to Falling Creek,
near the Petersburg Turnpike,
mprovements made to hs resdencc bye3l.
Mr. N. H. CoRblll Is having considerable
Improvement made to his residence by
the addition of several rooms.
THE RAISING OF
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
ALEXANDRIA. VA., August 4.?The
one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of
the raising of George Washington to the
decree of Master Mason was celebrated
to-day by a pilgrimage to Mount Ver
non. A delegation of Potomac Lodge, No.
6, of Georgetown, participated with tho
The ceremonies were brlot. but appro?
priate. An Invocation was delivered and
a wreath, presented by the Alexandria
Washington Lodge, was placed upon the
tomb. Another wreath was presented by
Mr. Thompson Foley, of Constitutional
Lodge, Beverly, England; Mr. Charles
Woodbcrry, of Liberty LodRS, Beverly,
Mass., and Mr. K. Komper, Grand Senior
Warden of Virginia. #
SENTENCED FOR TWELVE
YEARS FOR MURDER
(Special to The TImes-Dlspalch.)
CHRISTIANSBURG, VA? August 4.?
Alex. Halrston the negro who shot and
killed a white man named McKenna, on a
passenger train here in May, was tried
in the County Court and given twelve
years In the penitentiary to-day. Ilo was
defended by Colonel w, M. Peyton, of
Jiartlnsvlllc, who nut up a great, right
for the accused. The verdict is gonerilly
approved though a few think It is rather
Henry Burns an accomplice of Bird
Wade, is now on trial for robbery and
will hear his fate to-morrow.
FOR A JOSTLE
(Sperinl to Tb? Tlini-s-DUpateh.)
NORFOLK, VA.. August 4.?Ruby Bean,
a young girl, who sued the Norfolk Rail?
way and Light Company for $.5,000 was
awarded $50 by a Jury this afternoon. Tne
plaintiff alleged that sho was Jostled and
hurt by another nasaenger while on the
(fipeclnl to Tbe Tlrn?s?niapttch.)
POWHATAN COURTHOUSE, VA.. Au?
gust 4.?Mr. ? llllam Arrnlstead Rice and
Miss Nannie Hobson Royal), both of this
county, were married Sunday at Hope
well Church by Rev. XV. E. Grant.
The groom Is a successful merchant at
Belona, Va-, and the bride Is a beautiful
and accomplished daughter of the late
Samuel Royall, of this county.
Children when teething nro often
troubled with diarrhoea. Tills should be
controlled, and can he, by giving Cham?
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. Tblfl preparation Is unequalled
for summer diarrhoea In, children. When
reduced with cold water and sweetened
It Is pleasant to take. For sale by all
SPEND SUNDAY AT THE SEASHORE.
Special Week?End Rates via C. and O.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway sells
tickets from Richmond for trains of Fri?
day afternoon and Saturday, good until
the Monday following, to Old Point nnd
return, at rate of $3.00; to Norfolk, $3.26?
nnd to Virginia Beach, $3.60; also ticket*
to Old Point and return, including; ac?
commodations at the Chamberlln Hotel,
for 4:00 P. M. train of Saturdays, good
until Sunday evening, at $6.00, and good
until Monday morning, $7,00.
Bear, the st Th6 Kil,d You lla,fl Alwa>'s BoU2"1
TAKE STEAMER POCAHONTAS
Saturday Night, Auqusi 8, 1903, at 10
Round trip to Norfolk .,. 76c.
Round trip to Newport News. 75c.
Children under 12 years ???????.v-P,
Tlcke\s pood to return Sunday night or
o a. ?s? w o? mat. X J&- .
Bear? th? >? The Klnd VoU Havfl Alway8 B?Uiht
Paul Painter Arrested in Am?
herst for Murder of Cash
JUDGE CAMPBELL TO RUN
He Will Oppose Dr. Scott for the House
and Mako His Announcement In a
Few Days?Visitors from
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
AMHERST, VA., August 4,-Captaln
Edgur "vVhltehcad left here this morning
for Philadelphia, where ho goes to spend
a few days visiting his daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Robert "Whltchead, and children,
who have corae from "Seattle,'" Wash., to
spend tho -summer with their friends in
Paul Painter was brought hero last
Sunday by Constable Thomas E. Everett
and lodged In the county Jail, who was
arrested and sent on to the grand jury
upon the charge of having shot and In?
stantly killed Frank Cash In this county
last woek, near "Oronoco," on Pedlar
River, about twenty-live miles distant
from tho county seat.
It Is not known what brought about tbe
difficulty between these parlies, but It Id
thought it grew out of aii old feud that
has been on hand for some timo. They
were both armed when they met. Painter
with a shotgun, and Cash with a Win?
chester rifle. It Is stated that Cash fired
a fow seconds before Painter, wounding
his adve.~>>ry In the arm. about the same
t me Painter leveled his gun 01 C'Va h ar.?j
discharged the load In his head, which
producod death instantly.
CAMPBELL TO RUN.
A number, of 'candidates have come
out for the various county and district
officers, and It Is stated by the friends
and supporters of Judge C. J. Campb^U
that he will certainly oppose Dr. Don
Scott for the Legislature from this coun
ty and will make a public announca
ment to that effect In tho next few days.
So this points to a hot f.ght in this county
between the candidates for tho House
of Delegates aa well as for the county
and district offices.
The Board of Supervisors of this county
mot here to-day and a considera 01.-.
crowd attended. The tax mailer which
has been pending against tho Virginia
Fertilising Company slnco tho last met' -
lnc of the board was finally adjusted to
day This company starto-3 th?>!r factory
In this county some Ihree year., ago, and
nt tho timo the enterprise started up the
board of supepVlsprs pasesd ? resolut on
exempting said company from axatlon
for the period of five years, but bj a
recent decision o? the Court of Appeal?
they found lh.it their action was uncon
stltutlonal. and had to-proceed against
them for the years they hive not paid,
wh.di amounts to about 111.600, The^oro
pany was represented by Messrs. Strode
Mr. Tucker Makas an Address at
Salem on Education.
(Special to The Tlmes-Ulspatch.)
SALEM, VA., Aug. ?.-The llrty-oighth
semlon of the Roanoko District Confer
-""?"> lhe m K. Church, South, now
pnce of ine -"? ~-J' . .
B TlU^mornlng Hon. Harry St. Oeorge
Tucker of Uxington, Va., ^yho is con?
nected wiUl the ogdon educational move
2fonf addressed the conference by re
Sliest I i subject was "Public School
Education In \"it'filnln "'?1 Its Improve?
ment." Tho nrldress was a profound and
scholarly one. _ . ? ? ?lnnt-nrnH
This afternoon Prof. R. E. Hlackwell,
tiros dent ?f Knndolph-Macon Collego,
also spoke before the conference on edu
CHRev'j H? Light, of Lexington, preached
this evening at 8 o'clock.
POWHATAN COUNTY COURT
Fifty Dollars and One Year for Assault
With a Brick.
(Special lo The Times-Dispatch.)
POWHATAN COURTHOUSE. VA? Au?
gust l.-Powhntun County Court met
Monday, Judge William M. Smith pre?
siding. Tho onlv criminal case was that
or Sam Williams, co ored, for throwing
a brick at H. C. Wooldridgo, a white,
person, with Intent to kill. Tho Common.,
wealth was represented by Judge A. p.
Watklns. and Mr. M. P. Ronifant the
defendant. The negro prisoner was fined
$50 and sentenced to the county lair for
thirty days. ' ...
There was a layge crowd in attendance
upon tha court, and politics were til?
topic of tho day. The registration for
all persons who have not heretofore reg?
istered under the new Constitution, will
begin In tills county September 7th, and
will continue for ten days, after which
tho books will be closed until after the