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Wanted lo Organize a Party to
? Lynch the Mur?
ONLY LACKED A LEADER
Clarence Payne, Well Known
.Young White Citizen, Nearly
(Spoclal to The Tlmes-DlsDtilch,)
ARVONIA. VA., Juno 28,-County offi?
cials und others at Bucklnbham Court
houso huve been telephoning hero per?
sistently since yesterday trying to deter?
mino whether or not a mob Is forming
hero for the purpose of lynching the
young negro John Henry Hanks, who
murdered tho negro John Brown at
Johnson's Station on Saturday, and who
Is now lodged in tho Buckingham jail.
Somehow tho Impression hue gotten out
that tho negroes In and about this place
have organized to lynch Banks. The
county ofllcluls, In ordor to insure his
sufoty, havo been endeavoring to learn
thu exact status ot the case.
WANTED A LEADER.
On Snturday thcro was strong tnlk of
organizing a lynching party here among
tlio negroes. Some of them seemed anx?
ious to undertako the hazardous business,
but they lacked a leader. It is learned
that a number of negroes approached one
or moro prominent white men of this
town, with tho urgent request that they
act as leader In tho party to deal In a
summary manner with Banks, who was
thon at Johnson's Station. Meeting with
no succcsa in getting u white leader, tho
negroes abundmi-l tholr project.
'Phono messages have Just come sum?
moning Dr. Glover, who Is one of tho
most rromlnei.t. physicians of this sec?
tion, to attend the young colored man,
Eldrldgo, who was shot tn the head and
face by Banks soon after he murdered
old "Uncle" John Brown. It is thought,
from this, that the wounds of Eldrldgo
must bo eorlous.
More details of the bad affair have
been learned to-day. It seems that Mr.
Clarence Payne, a well known young
whlto citizen, while attempting to arrest
the desperado, Banks, came within a
couple of inches of having his hiad shot
off. Benks saw Payne approaching to?
ward tho window, and ho orde-sd him
to give him "a trot." Payno told hii.i
that was what he d.d not .'venny man;
whereupon Banks fired Just as Payne
dodged, drilling a hole with a load of
buckshot through Payno's hat. It was
shortly after this that Banks went off
upstairs In his father-in-law's house and
went to sleep.
It Is tbe general impression here that
Banks will hang without any posatolo
show of clemency, ns tho crime was ono
of the most bloody and dastnrdly ever
known of in this section.
Old John Browr\ tho victim of tho des?
perado's fury, was buried yesterday by
his "society," tho "Royal Order of Jos?
eph." Members of this socloty aro es
pct&niy bitter against Banks.
Changes in the Board of Super?
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
CIIBSTERKJELD, VA., June ??.-Mr. A
A. Phaup, nf Sklnquarter, w'1 tender his
resignation this week as supervisor ??;
Clover UHI magisterial district and qual?
ify ns county superintendent of roads,
to succeed Mr. D. I?. LaPrade. Mr.
I.aPrado asked at the May me-Hng of the
board ot supervisors to bo relieved as
superintendent of roads, but his resigna?
tion was not ar.coptert until y?"5terdtiy,
when Mr. Phaup was? elected his suc?
cessor. Mr. James H. Bailey is spoken of
as a.desirable successor to Mr. Phaup n?
Tho county road fore?*? nftcr doing a
good work In Midlothian district In the
way of permanent improvement by grav?
eling, is now nt work In Matoaca .district
A contest over the fence law for Wln
froo's Store preclnet of Matoaca district
claimed a good cart of tho supervisors'
a p out inn at thoir meeting on yesterday,
Mr. W. S. lvey hoadlng ono faction and
Mr. 8. 1. Mann the other. The petitioners
for tho e.Tl'ibllfihmont of tho "no-fence"
low were finally declared, tn have a ma?
jority of the qualified voters an signers,
and to havo won In tho contest. Tlio op?
position, however, was noi satisfied, and
nniiourfoed Intention to nppeal to tho
Permission was granted the United
Slates government representative to
chango tho courso o? the conduit road,
near Petersburg, for opening the canal
for tho frweliot water of tho Appomattox.
Tho hoard also appointed commissioners,
on the motion of James It. Werth nnd
others, to Investigate a proposed chango
of road through Werth's Addition to the
village of Chester, and a commltteo was
appointed to examine the.old stone bridge
over Falling Creek, on the Petersburg
turnpike, which Is said to be becoming
Judgo Watson will try to-morrow the
suit of W, O. Watklns vs. the Richmond
end Petersburg Electric Railway Com?
pany, which was continued from last we-k
on account nf the sickness ot Mr. E, H.
ACID? BY MISTAKE
i (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
ORANOIS, VA., June ?.'S.-Mlss Nellie
Reneley. daughter of Mrs, Annie Rene
ley, of this place, took carbollo acid
through mistake this afternoon. Sho was
attended by Pre, Holladay and Munciire
nnd soon regained consciousness, but her
condition is thought to bo a serious one,
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C The walls of the stom?
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?fl," FORCE" is already
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?which erette? a tentation you long to
That delicious laite lia eure sign that
you are eating something which I? coing
to do you good,
Is Pledged the Support of Prom?
inent Politicians of That
(Special to The Tlmes-Dit-patch.)
PETERSBURG, VA., Juno 2S.-Judge L.
D. Yarrell, of Oreenesvllle, candidate for
Congress from this district, spoke for an
hour to-night to an enthusiastic audience
that filled tho Council chamber, despite
tho storm that aroso about 8 o'clock.
Ho read his challenge to Mr. Southall
to meet htm m Petersburg and throughout
tho district and the tatter's reply. He
pitted Oreeneavllle county against Amelia
county, which, ho said, had always given
Kepr.oltcan majorities except when Mr.
Southall waa a candidato for Congress
two years ago.
Judge Yarrell favors legislation to placo
a BUlliclent Import tax on peanuts to pre?
vent foreign nuts raised by cheap labor
from coming to this country In competi?
tion with the nuts raised here. He was
vigorous la his critlcsm of what ho termed
Congressman Southall's Inaction during
his term In Congress, and scored his op?
ponent along other lines.
His.address was well received, and at
tho close m? ny prominent politicians went
forward and pledged their support.
Mr. Georgo Mason, city attorney, and
chairman of Uto City Democratic Com?
mlttc-c, introduced Judge Yarrell.
House and Trees Blown Down
and the Public Roads
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
KAriMVIULK, VA., Juno ?S.-A terri?
fic storm of rain and wind swept over a
part of 'Buckingham lust night, und Ilio
damage was quito extensive.
The telephono wires wero blown In
every direction, many buildings demol?
ished, sheds and stables destroyed and
fruit trees ruined.
Tho public roads aro filled with trees
and brush and wheat shocks scattered
To Unveil a Tablet.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch)
EREDERlCKE?BURG. VA., Juno 2S
On the first day of tha next term of the
Essex County Court, a handsome tablet
will ho presented to the people of Essex,
Tho tablet was mado by Messrs, Gaddess
Bros., of Baltimore, and Is the gift of
friends, relatives nnd admirers of tho late
Captain A. D. Kennolds. of Essex. It
will be known as the Rennolds tablet.
The Ronnolds court of arms Is chiseled
on tho upper face of the tablet and under
it Is "Jus Mourn Teubor." following
this Ik a long inscription.
It Is expected that Chaplain Paul Ren?
nolds, of tho 'United States navy, will
make the presentation speech, and that
tho tablet will he accepted in behalf of
the county by Judge T. R. B. Wright.
Married in Washington.
(Npeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. June 2S.?Marrla-f?
licerne? wore leeued to-day to the following:
Alder A. Bates, ot Quantico, Va., and Sarah
13. Sokes ur thla city,
Raymond Edwards, of New Baltimore, Va.,
and Fannie G. Edwarde, of Marshall, Va.
Grand Chapter Organized,
The fourteen cliaptors of the Eastern Star
of the State have chosen officers an follow?
for the Grand Chapter of Virginia: Mr?. An?
nie Ij. lluher. Richmond, worthy grand ma?
tron! Charles A. Nesbltt, Richmond, worthy
grand patroni Mr?. ?ella Jewctt, Port Nor?
folk, associate grand matron; James 11. Mor?
rison. Uuray. associate grand patron; Mr?.
Mary B. Nesbltt, Richmond, Brand secretary;
Mrs. E. II. Cleft, Richmond, ertine! treasurer;
Mrs. Ij. J. Stump, Pocahontas, grand con?
ductress; Mrs, W. B, Christian, Urbunna, as?
sociate grand conductress; Mrs. William
Leekle, Pocahontas; Parks Jones, Wlliiuins
burij; J. S, Roi'or, Port Norfolk! trustees,
Fez Club Outing To-day.
"The Fez Club" will spend to-day at Ueaoh
Park. A large number of tho members of tho
c)ub will tro down In ft special car attached
to the twilight' special. They will return on
lha late train.
St. Andrew's Sunday school will go to the
Park this inumine on their annual outing.
Special itrru:ii:i-nii-nts have been.made for the
entertainment of tho children.
Tobacco Factory Sold,
Messrs. ?. B. Eluni & Co., real est-ite
a?????, on yesterday recorded a ttoed pf com
voyance In tho Richmond Chancery Court to
A. 8t. Clalro Butler, by which th? tobacco
factory, No. 18 North Twonty-nocond Street,
was traneferert to Mr. Butler for ?4,760 cash.
The property has a front of 113x80 foot.
A Beautiful Ceremony in St.
Stephen's Episcopal Church,
Cu 1 ? epe r.
MISS DANIEL THE BRIDE
?? Elegant Home Wedding in
Powhatan County?Mr. Agd
lasto Weds Miss Thorpe.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
OULPEPER, VA., June 2S.-A beautiful
mnrrlago was solemnized, hero this eve?
ning in St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
between Mr. Oswald Hudson, of West Vir?
ginia, and Miss Minnie Daniel, of Cui?
pepoi*. Tho Rev. Mr, Joslah Ware, roc
tor of tho church, ofllclatod,
Tho church was decorated In the most
artlstlo manner with palms, roses and
potted flowers. The sister of the bride,
Miss Alleo Daniel, acted as bridesmaid,
and Miss Caroline Bradford as maid of
honor. The groom is the son of Mr
Reuben Hudson, of tho Second National
Bank of Culpeper, and a prosperous busi?
ness man of his adopted State
Tho bride Is tho daughter of Mr. Travers
Daniel, of this county; granddaughter of
the lato Judgo Petor V. Daniel, of the
Virginia Court of Appeals, and grand?
daughter of Colonel S. S. Bradford, late
of Afton, this county,
The bridal couple, immediately after
the ceremony, left for an extended tour.
On their return thoy will reside in West
Quiet But Beautiful Home Wed?
ding in Charlottesville.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA., Juno 28.?
A pretty marrlago took place this after?
noon at 4 o'clock at the residence of Mr.
Robert Carter Nicholas, No. 927 East Jef?
ferson Street, when his daughter, Miss
Elizabeth Coupland Nicholas, became the
bride of Mr. John Zachary Holladay, Jr.,
of this city.
The bride was attended by her sisters,
Miss Annie Trent Nicholas, maid of honor
and bridesmaids, Miss Mario Carringtou
Nicholas with Mr. Harmon A. Dlnwiddio
and Miss Willie Suo Nloholas with Mr.
Thomas Hughart Irving.
The bride came in with her maid of
honor; the groom with his best man.
Professor Littlepage Holladay, of tho
University of Virginia.
The bride was dressed In white organdy
and woro pearls, tho gift of the groom.
Although tho wedding was intended to
be as quiet as possible on account.of the
state nt health of tho bride's mother, a
number of relatives and connections
were present. The ceremony was per?
formed by the Rev. Dr. George L. Petrlo,
of the Presbyterian Cnurch.
Tho bride is the third daughter of
Robert Carter and Mary Carrlngton Nich?
olas, who about three years ago removed
to this city from their home at "Seven
Islands," in Buckingham county. She is
a blonde of exquisite type.
The groom Is the oldest son of Mr. John
Zachary Holladay and Mary Dupuy Hol
lad-iy, and is ono of the prominent young
business men of this city.
Among the guests from a distance
woro Mrs. Willie Harrison Ambler, Mr?.
George Nicholas, Mr. Henry Reeve Nich?
olas. Mr. Stephen W. Trent, Mrs. Mary
Byrd Page Hoynes and Miss Mary
Aline Nicholas, all of Buckingham; Major
John Park Wilson, of Richmond; Miss
Anna Harrison Trlble, of Baltimore;
Miss Anna Wilson, of Loudoun county,
and Mrs. Wallor Holladay, of Rapldan
The bridal couplo left on the 5:55 Chesa?
peake and Ohio train for a trip to some
ot the summer resorts in the mountains
Miss Patterson Becomes Bride
of Mr. Arthur Hobson.
One of the prettiest weddings that'have
ever taken place In Fuirmount occurred
last night at 9 o'clock in the homo of the
bride, when Miss Jennie Pattorson be?
came the wife ot Mr. Arthur T\ Hobson.
Tho ceremony was performed by Rev.
Dr. Derieux. The parlors \?ere prettily
decorated with plams and many
shaded lamps cast a soft glow over the
scene. Miss Patterson is tho daughter
of Mrs. Charlotte Patterson and tho lato
Thomas Patterson, and. is a most attrac?
tive young lady, whoso charming person?
ality and gracious manner havo made
her a general favorite. Mr. Hobson in tho
son uf Mrs. Alice Hobson and is a young
man of sterling worth. The bride was
gowned in white chiffon, trimmed In
whlto ribbon and lace, and carried a
shower bouquet of Bride roses and sml
lttx; sho also used a real lace handker?
chief gent to her from Japan by a rela?
Tlio groom and atlendants wore In eve?
ning dress. Tho following young men
wero the attendants: Messrs. Leroy Hob?
son. brother ot the groom; M. A. Fluke,
Andrew Evans and Theodore Bnyder.
'l'ho voung couplo received a largo num?
ber of handsome and useful presents,
Among them were many pieces of silver
and a purse of gold.
Miss Nellie Kirk the Bride of
David Dodd Stuart.
(Special to Tlie Tlmes-Dlspatoh.) .
ROANOICE. VA., June &j.-Mlds NUI.'e
Klrk, the beautiful young daughter of
?)r. J. D. Klrk, and David Dodd Stuart,
ol Paducah, Ky.. were married it, tlie
rirst Presbyterian Church at 0:30 o clock
to-night. The marrlago was th? most
brillant of the season, nnd the cnurch
was crowded. Rev, W. C. Campbell, D.
D., officiated, assisted by Rav, Luighton
Stuart, of Kentucky, brother uf the ?
Mrs. George Robinson wo s matron cf
honor, and Miss Mary Klrk, sister ot the
bride, maid of honor.
Dr, T. Allen Stuart was beai man and
bridesmaids and groomsmen wero us fol?
lows: Miss Thorpe, of NV.rth Carolina;
Miss Love, of Louisiana; Miss Lear and
Miss Cover, of Covington, Va., Measrs.,
R. E. Dickinson, of Norfolk, Wa.?ren
McBryde, of Wilmington, Dei,; 'Varreu
H. Stuart, and Adalr H, Saunders, of
A reception followed at the home of
The couplo left for St, Louis and
thence to I'aducah.
PRETTY HOME WEDDING,
Miss Evelyn Balmer the Bride o?
Mr. Frederick D. Cock.
(By A ?.social ed Preae.1
JEFFERSON, VA., June t8.?Among tho
?rotty wedding? of laut week wae that of Minn
:viV?. a rlninr.ir._r und talented daughter cf
Mr. und Mrs. Charles li Halaicr. of Pow
hatttii county, to Mr. Frederick D. (!ock, of
Hamilton, Va., celebrated last Wednesday at
"Ulmtngton," the homo of tho brido'? aunt,
Mrt. Kotiert P. Alluni.
Tlie room? wero daintily doooratort; tho color
ech?me in greon and pink, bilng effectively
earrlod out In Ivy, ferns and carnation?, and
charmingly enhanced by tho roseato glow ?ilf
fuaed over all, from a crlnnon Illumination
pendant in the conter of th? apartment,
entering to the strains of Mendelssohn'?
Captain Suffered for Years
r? "North Ablntrdon, Mass.. Juno 19, 1803.
/ for nearly three years I was a great sufferej
with what tbe doctors called weeping eczema. 1
employed doctors and specialists and I eren
worse. I had to wallt tho floor nichts, sometimes
pray lnc and somet? mes s weiirlny. Anyone who
never had It can form no Idea how I suffered.
The doctors told me I was euOerln** all the tor?
tures of hell. I tried all the ointments and
washes ordered by the doctors, and everything; I
saw advertised, and all the old woman's whims.
I trot no help, and there wusti't a day la that
Mme, nearly tnree years, that I bave not tried,
something. Men and women went Into the.
fields and wooda and gathered herbs and barks>
and steeped them. I could do no work. Last
January I accidentally saw your advertisement.
Tho next diiT I prota bottle. The flrst application
benelltted greatly, and I slept all night and over/
night since, something I had not done tor nearly
three years. I can never tell half. Anyone will
bave to call at my home, Randolph street, North
Ablngdon, if they wish to hear one-tentb, I
wish everyone to know that D. D. D. Is the most
wonderful remedy. The flrst bottle worked
wonders. I could not go to church for nearly
three years. I now go and can also do my work.
CAPT. JOSEPH FRITZ."
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don't hesitate, but go TODAY, NOW, to your
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We not only sell at retail, but also
supply druggists at Vvholesale
817 E. Broad St. 21 W. Broad St.
" Wholesale and Retail Distributers.'
"Wedding: March," tho bride, wearing a
graceful coutume of white silk with pearl or?
naments, a gift of the gro*im, nnd carrying
11 lie? of tho valley and moidori-hnlr ferns, was
attended to the altar by Mrs. R. D. Admit,
handsomely gowned In pink with La Franco
roses, as matron of honor, preceded by four
bridesmaids, the Misses Mary and Nellie
Rainier, Mattio Carhart and Eugenio Ferro,
sisters and cousins of the bride, In dainty
costumes ot puro whlto and carrying bouquets
of pink carnation?.
The groom wus supported by his brother,
Mr. Roland D. Cock, as "best man." Messrs.
Victor B. Sholburne, ot Richmond; W. Frank
Michaux, of Powhatan, and George W.
Iialnif-r, a brother of tho bride, Oltlclatlng as
in tho presence of many relatives arid tho
moro intimato friends of bath parties, tho
ceremony was most Impressively performed
by the Ttev. Martin L. Johnson, rector ot
St. l.uko's parish in Powhatan; after which
u. luncheon was served, aud amid showers of
rico and good wishes, tho newly wedded pair
left on an extended tour, attended as far ns
Richmond, by many who had honored tho
occasion with their presence.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
WEl.DQN, N. C, June 25.? The niarrlago
this morning of Miss Winifred Blount 11111,
of Haltfux, to Mr. Edward Wood Hull, In
St. Mark's Church, was a social event of
much Interest, and tho uniting of two families
prominent for generations In tho social, pro?
fessional unti political history ot North Caro?
lina. The ceremony took placo at 0 o'clock,
and was performed by itev. I.. H. Schubert,
rector of the parish.
Tho ushers woro Mcsrs, Stuart JIllli James
B. Hall. Jr., XV. 1- Hall and ?, B. Hill,
Jr.; Miss Elizabeth Hill, sister of the bride,
was tnald of honor, and Mr. Stuart Hull acted
as liest man. The decorations wero palms nml
ferns. Tho bride is a daughter ot Judgo
Thomas N. Hill, of Hallfax, und the groom
Is it son ot Or. .T. 1!. Hull, of Scotland Neck,
The fnlr bride, who Is ono of the loveliest
young ladles lu Norlh Carollnn, received many
linntlsnnin and costly pr?sents, Mr. unti Mrs,
Hall left for St. Loula.
(Special to Tbo Tlmos-Dlsprttch,.
AVILDIAMSBURG'. VA., .lune ?.??
aiilet but pretty homo woddliis took
place this morning at tho home of Mr.
XV. T. Cowlos on Duko of Gloucester
Street. The contracting parties wero
Miss Catherine Wllzaboth Thorpe, of this
city, and Mr. Petor Alexander Agelasto,
of Norfolk, the Rov. 13. A. Potts, of tho
Methodist Church, officiatili*?. Tho brido
la the daughter nf Mrs. Elizabeth Thorpo.
of tills city. The groom is an attorney
at law. Mr, and Mrs. Agoladlo left on
the 9:01 train for Norfolk.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
ROANOKE, ?'?., Juno 2J.?Mies Virginia
Shields, daughter of Mrs. J, XV. Shields,
nnd Mr. C. W. Sumidero, proprietor of the
Radford Steam Laundry, were married to-day
at tho resldc-nco of the bride, Rev. Arthur
Bopglior, pnntor of Christ Episcopal Churoh,
officiating. Tho marriage was very quiet on
account of tho recent death of the bride's
father. Tho couple left for the St. Loula
(Special to The TImes-Dlanatoh.)
WINCHESTER, VA., Juno S8.? Mrs. Virginia
Fox, a charming widow, waa married to-night
at tho hoin? of her brother-in-law*, James
Cloarhiff, to Dr. Edwin J. Darling, u practicing
physician of l.uuravllle, Baltlmoro county,
Md., by Row T. 1?. Cromor, of thu Reformed
Church. Tho wedding wus a brilliant social
evt-iit, followed hy an elaborate reception. Tho
bride I? tho widow of Etlwartl l-'ox, and daugh?
ter of the lato Oeorgo Shiner.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
WINSTON'-SAI.EM. N. O., June SS.? At 4:30
o'clock this afternoon at the residence of tho
bride's parents, Mis? Minnie Miller, the fto?
rcimpllshud daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. ?.
Miller, was innrrloil tn Mr. Richard Preston
Allison, of Htoteavllle. lir. lirown, the bride's
pastor, nillclutod, Mr. und Mr?. Allison left
to-night for the St. 1-ouls Expoultlon.
(Sneelnl to The Tlmos-Dlsputch.)
CARTERSVILLK. VA., June .??.?The
home of Mrs. A. B. Royal, in Powhutan
county, was tho scena of a protty miir
rlitgc yestorday, when Miss Emma M.
Royal been ino the bride of Mr, Kdmund
Scott of Florida. The ceremony was per
fonm'd by Rev. R. I.,. Wiugfleld, ?*f
Tho brltlo and groom left for Florida.
(Special to The Tlmee-Dlspatch.)
NEWPORT N'I'?V", VA., Juno SB.-M. II.
I ninliiil und Miss Bettle Oalnou lier? married
ini? afternoon at the brjde's homo. Tho (jropm
It, employed ut tho ship-yuid.
Meet and Protest Against Elec?
tion of Officers, by Old
THEY EMPLOY COUNSEL
Tramp Arrested in Petersburg.
Believed to be One of Gang
Who Commitcd Burglaries.
(Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.*)
PETERSBURG, VA., June ?.?The
members-elect of, the now jboard of Al?
dermen and Common Council who did
r.ot participate In tho recont caucus, hold
a meeting of protest last night at tne ot?
tico of Rogers and McCabo and omployej
Mr. George S. Bornard, a prominent at?
torney of this city, to represent thom be?
foro tho body at Ite next meeting. Nine?
teen members of the newly-olected bodies
r.ro membors of the present Counoll. At
'.ho caucus, tho present Council oleoted
.c.'ty officers, and as the now mombors
go Into offlco In September, they oelleve
llie election should be loft to thu new
The tramp giving tho name of John
MoBrlde, recently arrested in this city
by Officer Magce, has been identified ns
ono of the threo men who camped near
Suffolk a llttlo moro than a weok ago,
ar.d who Is suspectod of bel?g one of the
Turtles who have been robbing small post
oLficos, blowing safes and committing
The two men with McBrldo made their
tscape, and have not been hearj from
NEW SEASON, .
John Fay Palmer and his company be?
gan a five weeks' engagement at Fern
dale Casino, introducing as tholr initial,
;iroduotion, "Pompeii, or tlio Power of
iho Cross." Among the plays to bo given
ore several standard comedies.
The Powhatan Tribo of Rod Mon elect
ed officers to-night and transacted reg?
* Opening of the Larkin House.
Invitations have been received In this city to
tho oponlng of the Larkin Houso, Watch Hill.
?. I., on Friday of this week, at neon.
Mesera. Gilbert Johnson & Sons, proprietors,
ex|*ct to hnvo at tho outset ono hundred
guests, and havo overy reason, to look forward
to a heavy summer.
Mr. Leland at Work.
Mr. Herbert S. Leland, superintendent of the
stook subscription department of the James?
town Exposition Company, Is In the olty, and
expresses himself as highly pleased with tho
outlook for securing substantial' aid from
Rlohmond peoplo for tho project.
Dr. Charles L. Steel.
Dr. Charles L. Steel, one of the best
known dentlets ef Richmond, died at 9
o'clock last night at the Virginia Hos?
pital, after an illness of about threo
Dr. Steel was taken sick at h's home
in Ashland, and a little later wae brought
hero for treatment.
His death will be a groat shock to his
friends, as but tow of them knew he
was seriously ill. The funeral arrange?
ments had not been made lost night, but
tho burial will be in this city.
Charles L. Steel was forty-four years
of age and was a native of this city,
where ho spent his entire life as a dentist.
Ho was a master ot arts graduate of
Richmond College, and at tho time of his
death was a professor of dentistry.
He was a son ot Dr. Qeorgo B. Steel,
himself a prominent dentist, and his
mother, long slnco dead, was a Miss
Hartman, of Richmond.
Dr. Steel married n. Miss Harris, of
Baltlmoro, some years ago, and she, with
ono child, Charles h. Steel, Jr., survives
him. Dr. Steel lived in Ashland during
the summer months, but always kept his
offices In this city, whoro ho enjoyed a
He Is survived hy his father and the
following half-brothers and sisters: Dr.
Frank R., Albert and Thomas and Misses
Junio, of Washington, D. C, nnd Maud,
Loulso and Besslo, of Richmond,
Dr. Steel wus a man of many excellent
qualities nnd enjoyed tho friendship of
nil who knew him.
Mrs. Rebecca M. Turpin.
Mrs. Rebecca M. Turpin, an uunt by
marriage ?of President Vf, M. Turpln. of
the Bourd of Aldermen, and widow of
former Auditor Miles Turpin, dlod at hor
residence. No. fila ?. Twenty-fourth
Street, at ?:30 o'clock last evening, aged
This beloved and venom ted lady hud
been ill a wook. Sho leaves sevoral
daughters and one son. They aro Mrs.
Larkin. of I.ocus Dalo; Mrs. J. P. .Dickey
and Airs. ?. B, Turpln, of Barton
Heights; Miss Rebecca Turpln nnd Mr.
Jackson Turpln, of Martin, Tenn. One
sister. Miss JBettle Oarthrlght, also sur?
The funeral will take place to-morrow
afternoon st ? o'clock from the Leigh
Street Baptist Church.
Miss Ellen Mahoney.
After an Illness of about flvo months
Miss Ellen Mahoney dlod at 5:85 o'clock
yesterday afternoon nt the residence of
her sister, Mrs, James Quinn, No. 80s
Enst Leigh Stroot.
Miss Mahoney is the eighth member
of tbo family to die within tho past three
years. Her brather-in-Iaw, Mr. James
Quinn, Is now critically 111. Mr. and Mrs,
Quinn recently burled their eldest son,
Mr. Arthur Quinn. Miss Mahoney was a
devout Christian and was exceedingly
well known nnd well liked In tho cit,y.
She loaves two sisters,
Tho arrangements for the funeral have
not yet beeti eomaleUd.
The funeral of J. C. Denrbart, who died
at 8:10 P. M. Sunday, at It's lr.ni?,?? in
Quince Avenue, Highland Spi lugs, toon
place at 3 o'clock yesterday aftornoon
trom Leigh Street Baptlet L'hurch. Tho
services wero conducted by the r.c>V? M?
Ashby Jones, pastor of tno cu ?;t1?
Burial was mado in the family ?cation at
Mr. ? Donrhart was in hi? sixty-ninth
year. Ho leaves a wife, daughter, five
??mis and fourteen grandchildren.
(Succiai to Tho Tlnies-Dieiiftteh.l
BEALETON. VA.. Juno 28.-Mr. Daniel
Cullum dlod Saturday after a long ami
wanting illness nt Ills beautiful homo
near that place. Moving itilo this snot ion
a few years ago from the Valley of Vir?
ginia, he speedily became one of the most
prosperous farmers and the most beloved
citizen of this section. His lote I? deeply
and widely mourned,
< Constantine Bradley.
(Special to The Tlme3-D'Hr""?h.)
?.'EDDO N, N. C., Juno ?a.-Mr, Con?
stantino Bradloy. of Hallfnx, a well
known farmerof the county, died Monday
evening-of cancer of the face.
> John D. Wilbon.
(Special to Tho Times-Dlspatuh.)
DURHAM, N, C, Jyne 28.--?G. John
D. Wilbon, Sr., an aged citizen of Dur?
ham, died yesterday, aged elgluy-twu.
ile wo? twice married.. His last wltOi
The Urtateti Shoe Value 0? Earth.
Why Pay More?
If we could only take you through the Hanover factory
and show you whftt goes Into tho Hanover Shoo, and how it Is made, you
would bo readily convinced that It Is tho greatest shoe vaino on earth. We
would first show you several pairs of the oldest and most extensively adver?
tised $3.60 shoes which wo dissected to learn tholr Interior composition. Com?
paring them with our own, you would see thnt the samo quality of upper*
leather Is used, thnt tiio linings, outsold, insoles, counters, heels and bo-tt
too? aro fully as good, and that the stitching, lasting and bottoming aro ldon
tloal. Wo would provo to you thai; the only diff?rence Is tho price, and you
would seo why wo must bo satisfied with a small profit and limited ndver?
HANOVER SHOE STORE, 609 E. BROAD ST.
Direct from factory, Hanover,'Pa.
Qet Spring Style Book Free,
In favor of Bromm's Broad should be c-r
rlod out In every household In celeb'r&Uon
of July 4th. This bread le the very bent
that can bo had for lovo or money, and
there Is no botter timo to reform your
broad supply than on our great national
516 Marshall Street.
BUILDERS OF ? ? ?
8-I0-I2 loth St.. Richmond, Va.
Our Spring and Summer Stock
Is Now Complete.
who survlvoa hor husband, was Miss
Martha T. Gaines, of Nash county. Of
this union thoro aro four living children,
as follows: Mrs. Mary Taylor and Mrs.
Ella B. McMannan, of this city; Mrs.
George R. Wrenn, of Ashaville, and John
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
At a special called meeting ol the To?
bacco Trade ot tho cit;? ot niellinone'.,
Va., held this day, Mr. T. M. Currlngton,
president, In tho chair, called tho meet?
ing to ordor, and in appropriate words
announced tlio death of Mr. Georgo A.
Tlio choir nppolnted Messrs. L. 13;
? aughan, John L. Wlngo and VS. T,
Hancock ns a commltteo to prepare and
icport suitable resolutions of respect
to tho memory of Mr. Haynes, tne salfl
committee reported the follo v. Ing. which,
?,?? motion to thai effect, was du.y anortcd,
Whereas, wo aro remlnileil that tbe
hand of death has again invaded our
midst and removed from the sphere of
ids usefulness our esteemed friend and
associate, George A. Haynes, wo meet to- !
day to pay our tributo ot respect to his
memory and offer tlie following resolu?
Resolved, That, rocognialng our uncer?
tain tenure of life, and that soon or
Into we must all answer to this call, with
sorrowing hearts, wo humbly bow to tho
VJTvIno decreo that takes from uu a mom?
'?or lovod and rospoctod by all.
Resolved, Thnt in tho death of George
?. Haynes this Trade losos a member
loyal and true In nil of thu relations of
life and full of thnt klnd.icss of bcart
which endears a man to his folluw-uien.
Resolved, That wo offer to his. hoi ouvert
wlfo nnd to all the members of his fami?
ly our sincero sympathy nnd condolonce.
Resolved,. That theso resolutions he
?proad upon the records of ?his Tobacco
Trade,-nnd thnt a ropy be furnished to
tho family of our deceased frlond,
1.. U. VAUGHAN.
JOHN L. W1NG0,
W. T. HANCOCK.
And, nn motion, It was'
Resolved, That tho Tobacco1* Viada do
meet at the church at the hour ut '.?
A, M. to-morrow, and utrend the fu?
neral In a body. The r?solution waa
T. M. CARR INO TON, President.
WM. M. BRIDGES, Secretary.
Richmond, Vn? Juno ?W, IVA.
HAVES-Died, nt her home, 003 West
Grace, Tuesday morning at 0:30, Mrs.
SARAH HAYES. Sho leaves a husband,
une son and four daughters.
Funeral notice will bo glvon later.
Roanoke and Staunton papers pleaso
KAUFMAN,?Died. In New York, June
117th, at 10:30 P. M., Was SARAH KAUF- ?
Funeral arrangements later.
Charlotte (N. C), Baltlmoro (Md.),
Providence (ft. I.) papers pleaso copy.
MUN8QN.?Entered Into rest Tuesday.
Juno US, UHM, VIRGINIA ?'. II. MUN
SON, wife of John B. Munson and
daughter of the late Robert und Vir?
ginia, C. Henning.
? Interment In Wilmington, N? C.,
THURSDAY, June SOth.
MAliONKY.?nied, ut tho residence of
her sister, Mrs. James Quinn. 808 East
Leigh H tree t, ut '>:'..'.', Mise ELLEN MA?
TANNER.-Dled, FLORENCE, the Infant
daughter of K. M. and Blanche Tanner,
of Rlohmond, at Wake Forest, N. C, ?
on tho ?????? Irismnt, ugod nix months and
TURPIN.?Died, at ber residence, No. 543
North Twenty-fourth Street. Tuesday,
28th. at -uao O'OlOok, Mrs. REBECCA
M. TURBIN, widow o? tbo lito -Mlles
The funeral will tatto placo frinii ? hu
Leigh Stiegt Baptist Church ut S o'clock
THURSDAY, June 30, 190-1. _
I I'AWKINS-HOLIjADAY'.-Married. on
June 20th, %l the parsonage, Mlllboro
Springs, Va., by Rev. J. A. Thoman.
KATE E. IIOLI^ADAY to JAMES P.
?. ?. GOODE. President
E. II. SPENGE.Vl?o-ProslCaab
W. D. L.EAKE.Sec. and Treasurer
ITI Co, M
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Crimson Glover preventa winter
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