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Wm Lnllut UnLtu
Danvillc Saloon Man's Books Rc
veal Large Pttrchascs from Dry
BAINES UNWILLING WITNES5
Cjtiestioncd as to Transactiotis o
.Which tlic Distillihg Company
-.? Company Kcpt no Account.
ISpeclnl to Th* Tlmes-Plsjjatch.]
DANVILLK, VA., Aprll 20.-C. T
Balnes, a Uanvllle snloonkeepcr. wa.'
on the wltncas stand practfcally th(
ciitire tlme to-doy ln tho UHited Statei
court. In tho trlnl of T. M. Angle, th(
president and mnnager of the Dry Forl
DlBtilling Company. chargod wlth ex
tenslvc frauda on the government ir
the manufacture and tho aale of un
etampc-.i spirlts. Balnes is ah Invol
xintary wltnesa for the government, ant
was put on for tho purpose of shbwlhfi
that hc had purchascd large quantltiet
oC whlskey from Angle and the Dry
Fork Company. whlch were not re
ported In the stntements made to the
rcvenue department of the governrneht.
'Ihe concluslon from thls is that tbe
tax was not pald on thls whlskey. The
books and vouchers kept by Mr. Bnlnefi
Fbowlng the purchaaes he made of
whlskey for the pnst severai years
were Introduced thls mornlng as evl
dence. Baines wns made to brlng IiIm
books and nccounts before the Federa]
grnnd .itiry durlng the investlgatlon
here last fall. whlch led up to the
Irrdictment of Angle.
BalnsK to-day was subjected to a
severo examlnation by Dlstrlct Attor
j.ey Thomns Lee Moore. The dlstrlct
attornoy had in ihls possesslon tho
books Kopt by Jlr. Balnes, who wns
risked to explaln many transnctlbns,
The gpvernment nlleges that' Mr.
l'alnes hn:- durlng the pnst. two years
purchased i"<; barrcla of whlskey from
tlie T'ry Fork Company, and that the
l.ooks of tbe lntter do not nnd wili
not show ihe sale of n slnglc gallon
of thls amount to Mr. Balnes. It is
further alleged by tbe government thut
Balnes purchnsed a large part of tho
y.'hlakey at the prlcc of $1 per gallon'.
The government tax alonb on whlskey
is $1.10 per gallon. Tho government
ilniins that lt wlll provo the above
jlllegatlofis by nccounts kcpt by Balnes.
Vrom present Indlcatlons it wlll prob
ably be severai days at icast before
ihe presentntion of docuriientary cvi
dence by the government wlll be eom
ploted. Only two of tbe attorneys for
the lefense. .1. .1. Brett, of Ashcville,
and R. AA'. Pealross, of thls clty, were
present at tbe trlnl thls mornlng. Jlr,
_.Moorc iK being asslstcd by Assistnnt
Plstrict Attomey S. H. Iloge.
'.I. .1. Drakesford. Revonue Inspertor
of the L'nited States Revenuo Depart
jnent. nnd an cxpert nccountant, was
placed on the stand by the govern?
ment late tlils afternoon. He testi
fied that he had made an examlnation
of both Ihe records of tbe T. M. An
f;le and of the Dry Fork Qlstllling
Company nnd tbe books of <\ T. Balnes.
The records of Angle and tbe Dr.v
Fork Company, tbe concern havlng
been opcraud under two namcs, show
td. he said. that only twenty-ninr
barrels of aplrits had been shlpped
durlng the pnst severnl years by th.
Dry Fork Company. whllo the bookt
or O. T. Baines showed that he hatl
rcceived 135 barrels.
jVVhat tbe line of examlnation to
niorrow wlll be is not known. tbough
it ir- stated that tbe government hn>
sf-veral other saloon-keopers in rc
Borv.e as witnesses, who'so books wlll
show n sltuatloh slmllar to tbosc of
Mr. Balnes. The offlclal records oi
the shipments of the Southern Railway
may be Introduced to-morrow.
. II1VAI, IV THE Ctl.AI, KIEI.DS.
A Irglnin nnd Southwcalern WorkliiK On
Plnna for Ulg ISiihIuchm.
I Kpccinl to Tho Tlinea-Dlspatch.]
BRISTOL, A'A.. Aprll 20.?The Vir?
ginia and Southwcstern Uailway Com
pilny. of which Henry IC McHarg Is
president, and whlch has its genera
offlces hrre, Is destlned to beconie n
rival of all other rallroads penetratlng
the So-athwes|. Virginia cool tlelds. It
now has under'. confe'ideratlon a propo
sition to purchaso. the Biack Mountali
Railway, recently completcd, and ex
tending from Appalachla, A'a., into th<
nch co:il nelds of Lee. county, Va.. n
distance of nearly thlrty mllea, nmT alst
the Hol.-ton Rlver Rnilroad, now ln pro
cess of construition between Moccaslr
l-ap and Fersia, Tenn., and con'nectlng
nt the latter place wlth the Southcrr
The purchase of these two prOper
ttf, if the deal is consummated, wll
give the Virginia and .Southwcstern
Company a direct outlet to tlie great
Soutliern coai-consumlrig tcrritory, em
Of Infercst To w)_r?en.
women as are not seriously out
. who have exacting duties
[perfornV eithor In tho way of house?
hqld cares\or in soclal dutlcs and func
^serlously tax their strength,
?urslng mothers, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prcseriptlon has proved a most
valuable supMrting tonlc and Invlgorat
ing nervine. By Its.timeh use. mucu
ferlous sickrifssiind suifering __ bu
a.yolded. Tlie Qgoratlng tabln and the
tiii_gcoiis' knife, woiild. it is belleveu*;
tpldom have to be eir.ploycd if thU most
Viiluati_._wiii;iaii'.~r''7iif:dv_ wpre r^tnrted
?6 ln good time. ? the" Favorite Prescrlp
fion"hasprovcn a great boon to expectant
iUothers by preparlng tbe system for the
coming of baby, thereby renderlng child
blrth aafe, onsy, and almost painless.
Bear In mind, pleaso that Dr. Plerco'!
Favorite Prescrlption !s not a aecret ?:
patent medicine, against whlch the moil
Intelligent people ar* qtiito naturally
averse, becauso of the uncertainty as tc
thelr composltion and harrnlesscharactcr,
but iS a MEDICINE or KXOWN' CO-P05I
tio.v, a full list of all Its ingrodients being
printed, in plaln English, on every bottle
wrapper. An examlnation of thls ll?t ol
itigredionts wlll disclose the fact that U If
iioivfticohollc in its composition, cheralc
ally pure, triplo-refinod glycorina taklno
tbe place of the commonly used alcohol
in its make-up. In thls connectlou II
may not be out of place to stato that thi
: ?FaYorite Prescrlption" of Dr. Plorce Is
tbe only medicine put up for the curo ol
wonian a necullar weukneaaes and all'
ments, and aoid through drugglsts, all
I the ingredlents of which bave tbe un
anlmous endorsement of all tho leadlng
medlcal wrlters and tpucliers of all the
' severai schools of praetlce, and that toc
hs remedles for tho alltnents for. whlch
"Favoritu Prescrlption" is rccoromonded,
A little book of the.se ondorsements wlll
bo sfnt to any address, pon-pniu, and
absolutolv frre if you requost samo by
postul cafd. or letter, of Dr. H. V. Plerce,
Buffalo. _,'. V.
Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pollets cure con
?tlpation. CoiiBtipatlon i& tho cauae ol
Eiany dtsoaseB. Oure the cuum and you
CUre tho dlfcase. v Easy to tuke as caudy,
Thcse Suits ordinarily wou
at a special cash pricc enablej
than their real value.
Snappily tailorcd, moliair
elsewhere, our pricc is $15:00.
in at oncc and get fittcd in on<
Boys' Washable Su
bracing tho cotton manufacttiring dls
trlctp. A meeting of tho stockhbldefa
of thc Vlrglnla and Sotithwestcrn Com
pnny will ho held nt its general ofllccs
here on tho 29th Instnnt, with a view
to consummutlng theso deals and ar
rauglhg for a bond ieaue to pay for tho
THK KF,\MOrti: PLAST SOhV.
IloURlit hy Stock r?iiipiiny, llcndrd by
Mr. Grccn?Frcdi"rlck?l>iirK A'cna.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., April 20.?
The Keiimore Shoo Company, In this
clty. nwncd hy thc Wlngo. Ellett &
Crump .Shoe Company. of Rlchmond.
has been sold to a stock company of
this clty, hended by Charles J. Green.
The plaut will be enlarged and lm
The one hundred and thirtoenth an
pual Kplsoopal Councll will be held ln
St. George's Church. ln this clty, bc
glnnlng Wednesday, May 20th, and
continuo sc-vcrol days.
The Legislaturc of Now Jerscy has
passed a bin approprJatlng $6,500 for
a monumont at Sulem. Church, ln Spbt
Bylvanla county, near this clty. to thc
New Jersey troopa who foll ln battlc
during thc Clvll War, nnd for a tablet
a I. Spotsylvanla Courthouse to mark
the posltlon of the troops during
A hlg open-nlr temperance meeting
was held here ln the Clty Park yes?
terday aflernoon, nnd wns addressed
by Itev. Dr. G. M. Young, of Loulsville,
Ky.j nnd Rev. J. W. 'West. of tho State
Antl-Saloon League. In u.ldltlon to
ihc speaking thero was music. About
000 men, women and. chlldren wero
present. Thc campalgn for the loral
optlon elcction, to bc held here May
5th, Is growing in Interest, both sides
bolrig activcly at work.
The State stcamer Rappahannock, of
the Commlsslon of FIsherles, com
manded hy Captaln W. J-J. Hudglns.
which has been in the upper part of
the Rappahannock River scvcral days.
collectlng ilsh tnx from ownora of
traps, otc, left here to-day for thc
lower Rappahannock Rlver.
The big Masonlc carnlyal opened in
the Opera llouse here t'o-day and will
contlnue throughout the week. In
addition to the beautifully arranged
rooms, thero will bc- attractlve pro
grams each nlght. There havo been
many valunble donatlons to tho car
nlval, and lt is expected that. a large
sum will be rcallzed for tho fund to?
wards erectlng the Masonlc Temple as
a memorial to George Washlngton,
who was made a Mason In Lodge No.
4, lu this clty.
Sen.vlces in the churchos here Sun
day were of untisual interest. Blshop.
R. A. Glhson preached in tho mornlng
at St. George's Church and conflrined
a class. and preached at nlght in Trin
Ity Church and contirmed a class.
Presldlng elder, Dr. E. V. Reglster
preached in the Methodist Church at
nlght, and in the Baptist Church Rev.
R. Seinple Rowe, a retlred Methodist
minister of Baltlmnro. brother of tlio
late Mayor A. P. Rowe, preached ln
the mornlng, and Rev. ,T. W. AVest at
CHAIWiED WITH BEING DESEIlTian
J-'ItOSI IIATTI.KSHII' I'ltAMvI.IV
[Special to Tho Tlmee-lilepatch. |
DANVILLE, VA., Aflrii 20.?Clmrgecl
with being a desertor from the battle
ahlp Frnnklln and with the larceny of
a bracelet from a young whlte woman,
.T. O. HarrlB. clalming .Tacltsonvllle,
Fla., as hls home, ia under nrrest here.
He confessed to being a deserter from
tho navy after being held for aptlon
by the grand Jury at a preliniinnry
hearlng to-day on the rohbery charge:
Harris says ho desertod at Norfolk in
BUT TWO lkss SAI.OONS;
Thlrty-Three I.lconscs (irnulcd lu
l.yuchburg, Where There Werc I!.".,
I So'clm to Tho Tlmes-'DlsiiatClti I
LYNQHBURO, VA.. April 2u.--Thlrtv
four of the thlity-flve Mcjuor .lealeiv
dolng a rctnll huslnc.s.s In Lyhcllburj?
at (he present tlme were applieanU
beforc Judge Ohrlstlnn in thc Corpora?
tion Court to-day for llcense under
which thc business .Ih to" be comluctcl
during the year begliinlng on Mny 1st,
All of tho appllcutlons recolvcd favor
able consldoratlon at the hands of the
court savo that of P. A', Sweonev, who
"PPlled for a lleenao to do business
in tho saloon conducted by Mrs. ji o
Kegney, on Twelfth Street, Mrs!
Kegney being unable to uecurp a
ileonao ngalti under tho provlslori ot tin
Byr.l law. whlch prohlblts the Issunnqo
6f llcensea lo li'omen, Thc saloou not
asklng fpr a lleorise for tho comltifc
year was thal ur Mati'Qnl Broiliers on
Judga ChrlMlan statod. lo t|,,. api'll
canta before golllg into the considcra
tion of thelr ftppUcatlpns sftpurulcly
that a petitlon had beon fllnd with
hlin, whlch was addreyseu to hlm per
Id cost $20.00, but gctting them
i' us to offcr them at $5.00 less
lincd and correct fitters, $20.00
Only a limitcd supply. Conic
$1.50 to $3.25.
[its, 50c to $3.98.
Bonally, and . could not be. consldcrei
in the nnture of a contest. as to th<
crowds of loltering negroes on thi
sdowalks In front of inany of the sn
loons of tho clty. This, he sald, mus:
bo stopped. Ho suggosted to the deal
er.s that this class of people be rcfusei
tho salo of llquor and that this Woulr
onablc the dealers to rld thomselvea 6
such a class of loafers. .
BURIAL OF MR. CoiiLEV.
Formcr Gonclilnnd Mnn Durled nl
[Special to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch.1
SCOTTSVILLE, VA., April 20.?Thi
bedy of Mr. T. B. Colley, who was sho!
near hls home at Fnlling Sprlng, W
Va.i on Saturday, was brought tc
Scbttavllle vla Richmond to-day, ar
riving here on No. f?.
Mr. Colley was formerly a resldent
of Goochland county, Va., but had Jlvec.
ln AVest Vlrglnla for about sevel
yearcs, where he was engaged in th'
mercantllo business. Hls wlfe, whe
was Mlss I.aura Burgess, ot Fluvanna
county. and hls little child. Kuthleen
arrived here yesterday, nccompaniei
by Mr. J. I.. Pltts, and went at one.
to "Rcll Haven," the home of Mrs
Colloy's slster. Mrs. Pitts. Thc buria
l.ook plnce with Masonlc ceremonies ai
2 o'clock to-day at Temperance Rridge
Mrs. Colley's old home.
MERCHANT WII.T, 1113 TniKD
FOn Cl'TTIXG YOUNG MAN
f Special lo The Timcs-Dlsimteh.l
DANVILL.E, VA.. April 20.?Brad
shaw Nichols, a young white man, was
sorlously cut last night by John Cus
tor, a merchant, followlng a n.uarrel,
It is alleged. over attentions pald by
Nichols t6 the wife of Custcr. Custei
was held for actlon at a hearing this
morning for felonlous assault, and was
sent to jail in default of ball.
Merchant Chnrsred With Stenllng.
I Knsctnl lo The Tlni*s-Dlspnteh.l
SUFFOLK. VA.. April 20.?In a hear?
ing to-day before Mayor John B. Nor
fleet nnd Justlce J. V: Deborry. K. .1
Fields.?!! merchant. of Whaleyville, Va.
was sent on for Indictment on thc
charge of stealing brasa flxlngs fron
the Atlantic Coast TJne.
Injured Coupllug Cnr".
AT.EXANDRIA, VA.. April 20.?Fow
ler V. T.tlhird. nf Ta.irnl Tirlll? Ifo ?,?.,.
oloycd as a frelght brakeman by tho
.Southern Railway Company', had his
left leg amputated yesterday between
tho knee and ankle. He was injured
yesterday near Herndon. Ara., whlle
coupllng cars Llllard was cohveycd to
tho hospltal here.
GAVE TIIE MOII THE SMP.
men were ln the clty yesterday. They
were Messrs. R. p. Barham, of the
Petersburg Index-Appeal, and Raleigh
T. Green, of the Culpeper Exponent.
Both came on private buslness. but
they found tlme to call at the Capltol
and pay thcir respects to Governor
Hon. David Bernard Powers, Jr., ot
DANVILLE. A'A., Aprll 20?A youn
whlte man, glvlng hls name as Oscs
Haroldson. is under arrest here awai'
ing action by the Lynchburg author
tles on the charge of the robhery se^
etal days ago in that clty of a harc
AVhen arrested here last night as
Briatol Olficers Ar?> Sliarp nnd Oet Prla
oner Aivny on Tiniu.
rSoecial to The TImos-Dispatch.l
BR1ST0L. TENN.. Aprll 20.?Albort
Johnson, a hcavy-set negro about twen
ty-seven years old, who states that he
came here from Bluetleld, A\r. A-a., was
arrested late Sunday nlght, on the
charge of havlng held up and murdered
Goorgo M, Smlth, a weli-known suburb
an fnrmer. A mob of severai hundred
mcn had gathered at the clty jail. an
tlplpatlng tbe capturp of the negro, and
dctermined to lynch hiin. Tlie capturo
was made in a dlfforent part of the eitv
from wnat was anticlpnted, nnd wbil'o
the mpD was laylng its plans. Chlef of
Police Caldwoll and Ofllcer Odell hur
ried lo the depot wlth .lohnson, nnd,
upon the advlcp of Circuil .ludgo A. J.
Tyler, tpok lilm to Jonesboro, Tenn
on the .nldnlght train..
Alexander Marshall, a negro eotnpun
ion of .lohnson, gave tho police tho
cluc. Uo stalcd that Johnson told him
tbat he had held a man up for monev
Saturday nlght and shot him. Marshall
and two other negroes asslstod in lo
catlng Johnson, who was taken from
a shanty car on the rallroad yards. His
cpmpanlons descrlbed Johns'on's pistol;
and the descrlption oorresponds witli
j tlie pis'.ol found on tho sceno ot Ul'i
ttagedy and now in tho possession of
.lohnson would not disctiss tlie chargo
TUero was much indlguatiou on the
part of the mob whon it was learm-d
that the negro had been splrltod away
YOU DON'T KNOW
Uoyv inuoli NtifiVrliiK you cim nvolil b>
?5?_5i'^,,? '""cr? ?'? you would sto'p
oxpentnent ng nnd stlck to thls sovor
eign remody, Thousands of sufferert
nayo leraned from oxperience how
valunblo It Is, and they J,,l? wlth u?
ln urging you to try
nl once. li wlll euro and prevent llcud
itcbf, I'luliilcncj, li.vNp(-p.d<i, ludlge*.
tlun, CimllveueNH, lliilniixur?it, Kidm-j
Ironhlcx, I'cninle IIIn nnd Mulniin.
tcvcr uud Aguc, AYoid ?ubaUt,utea,
sent for, and a few days ngo they were
ccnveycd by an offlcer to be signed by
Governor Crothers, of Maryland, but
the latter waa at Atlantic Clty, and
the panera wero not signed. The wo
rsneclnl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., April 20.?
Mr. John Richard Baker and Mlss Lola
SUSpiCIOUS cnura.iw nc iiuu .?> <>?" !???>"?
sesslon a new WInchester rllle conceal
cd In the legs of hls trousers and nu
merous artlcles of hurdware.
man was. however, being held for th
Heard and Seen
. in Public Place:
?. AM for ex-Scnator J. Boy
4 4 1 Sears, of Malhews, and 1 loi
I A. C. Braxton, . of August:
1 for electors at large on tl:
A Democratic prcaidontlal tickc
In Vlrglnla this fall." sald
promlnent party lcader from the Sixt
Congressional Distrlct, who was in tb
clty last nlght. "I do not bellcve w
could lmprove upon such a team," 1
contlnued, "and if they care for XV
honor, lt will givc mc great pleasui
to support them."
In discusslng tho matter further th
speaker declnred that if Mr. Bruxto
would not accept, he would favor plai
Ing llon. E. Dec Trlnklc, of Wytlie, c
Hon. R. Tate lrvine. of Wise, on th
tlcket with Mr. Sears.
Mr. lrvine's record as a stunir
speaker of abillty has been cstabllshei
and tho same Is truc of Mr. Trlnkh
Senator Sears is casily one of tho moi
pollshed orators ln the eastern sectlo
of the State, and he was a strong can
dldate for oi'/slor at large in the con
ventlon four years ago. At that tlm
lic nnd Judge Samuel W. Wllliams. c
Wythe, were deteated bv Hon. llenr
St. George Tucker and former Sena
tor Wllllam 1'. Barksdale, of Hullta:
Althougli the conventlon will not mec
untll June lllh, much Interest Is al
ready felt In the organlzatlon an
work of tho body. No conferencc ha
been held by the Rlchmond delegatlor
but the frlends of Hon. hamuel 1
Kolley are talking of hlm for chalr
man, and the post will nkely fall t
him, as he is perhaps the readles
speaker and the most accomplishe
floor ieader In the delegation. It i
probable that Mr. Kolley will tak
au actlvo part ln the dcliberatlons o
Commonwealth's Attorney Otho C
Mears, of Northainpton. who was
promlnent candldate to' succeed Judg
.1. W. G. Blackstone, ot* the Elevent
.ludlclal Circuit, was a caller at th
Law Llbrary yesterday.
Colonel Thomas W. Scott, a proml
nent tobacconlst of Drakes Branch. an
former State Senator from Charlott
county, ls ln the clty.
Two nrominent Vlrc-inin. newsrtane
<-aroune county. arrlved in the citv la
nlght, and is stopping at Murphy's.
Mr. Powers Is in fino splrlts, ar
says ho has greatly onjoyed hls str
ln tbe country slnce the strcnuous se
slon of the Legislature adjourned. I
lieads hls delegation to the Dem<
cratlc State Convention at Roanolt
and though there aro no instructiot
the delegales wlll vote ns a unit, ai
probably for Bryan. Mr. Powers d
not discuss thls featurc, however, ai
morely sald there are no Instructlon
rbe Carollne lawyer and lawmakc
is here to joln a party of. hls frleni
and colleagues on a llttlo flshlng tr
in the Dlamal S'wamp. Thev wlll Ieai
here thls mornlng, and wlll probab
ho crulslng for severai days.
Hon. Howcll c. Fcatherston, <
Campbell, is chaperon of tho part
and Homo of the others who wlll go t
ll]?,,tr R, ,Ue IIon- Josbph Stebbins, Ji
of Halifax: Hon. Harry R. Houston,
Hampton; Hon. Uobort AA'. Wlthors,
Suffolk; Hon. S. Gordon Cummlng.
llampton; Hon. Carl H. Noltlng, i
Louisn. and Hon. R. Bolllng AVilcox, ,
Mr. Marshall B. Bookor, clerk of tl
scnate, crimc over from hls homo i
Houston j, t nlgnti and ma j , t|
Ipglslatlvo flshlng party to-day.
State Senator A. T. Lincoln. of Mar
on. was at Murphy's last nlght, havlr
come down to attond tho Stato Coui
cll of the Royal Arcnnum, of whli
he is a popular leader. Senator Lii
coln was warmly greoted by manv .
hls old frlends about tho lobby durli
the evening. '
CAP1TAI, TUUMrVO TO HEAI.TV.
Beeeiil ExehaiiKrn Indlcnle }|(iner Ii
? ereata ln ii<rat?u Seek That Fleld.
BObTON, MASS., Aprll 20.?liolldi
qulel in the stoclt market illustrav
now llstiess recent tradlng has beo
Utf there is llttlo ehango when
rest Is declared.
There Is a scarcity of stocks offerc
and Boston stocks aro practically foi
tureless. Among the exeoptlons ha'
been rolephones and Unlted Frult. Tl
latter has recently cllmbod nlmost
reeord prlco. Offlclals say the caw
Is a myslery.
Obscrvunce of recent real estate e:
cliangos sliows a froquencv of liiiin
rarociated wlth monoy Intorests. h
dlcating that papltal Is turnlng lo th
Held pf Invostrr.enl for uno of id
mpney, Street cnll lonns ara quoti
at : l-:: nnd ;i i-^ per cent. and tm
nioney at I und 5 per cent. Exteush
iinproveineiits, howover. have inet
sotbwek. as is shown by Now Englar
bulldlng coutrivets slnco January 1
?.Vi",!m,l,1,nfv .onl>" *? 110,118.000, agaln
*vWJ3?\000 for. tbe nai'lpd ?.__aj; aarn..
LumoncK. or Stafford county, we
mnrrled here last nlght nt th0 re?
denco of the offlciatlng mlnlster, Re
R. A. Wllliams.
Mr. I* C. Baldorson and Mlss F.I
A. Connelly, daughter of Rev. G. -:
Connelly, pf Rlchmond county, we
marrlod Thuraday by the fathcr
tho brlde. assisted by Rev. W. C. Wa.\
Mr. CharleH A. Sanford, Jr., and Ml
Cora Trew. both of Westmorelni
county, were marrled a few davs a|
at the homr. of the brlde. by R^
Joseph F. Billingsly.
SPOTSYLVANIA. VA,' April 20.?J]
and . Mrs. Benjamln C. Rawllngs.
Rockb.ridgc county, Va., have amounci
the marrlago engagement of thelr a
compllshed daughter, Mlas DJIHan Mt
Rawllngs. to Hon. Granvllln R. Swll
of Fredcricksburg, Va. The marrlai
is to bc celobrated about the flrst .
summer. The prospectlye brlde is
hlghly accompllshed and attracti'
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ballard, .
Spotsylvania county, have made ai
nouncemeit of tho mnrrlage of thc
daughter, Mlss Allco Ballard, to Mr.
F. Clcghon, of Princeton, W. Va.. on Api
29, 100S. Thc marrlage will be eel
hrated nt the home of the brlde
this county. and Mr. and Mrs. Clcghc
will reside in West Vlrgln.la.
f Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Al/EXANDRIA, VA.. April 20.?Ml:
Minnlc W. Phillips and Mr. Frank V
T.atham. superlntendent of the clty gi
works, were marrled at 11 o'clock th
mornlng at St. Paul's Protestant Epli
copal Church by Rev. P. P. Fhlllip
The f.adles' Auxlllary to tho Brotherho.
of I.ocomotlvo Ennlnecrs have changed thc
place of meetlntr to Fraternlty Hall, No. L'
tVcst Broad Street. nml Hxed the tlmp
10:30 A. M. on the llrst and third Thursda
oT each month. The ladles will have i
old-fashioiied lcunlon on Krlday nlKht
this week. and cordlally Invlte the. membe
of the hrotherhood and thelr wlves to mt
v Ith them ln the front lodge room on tl
third floor of Fraternlty Hall. Tho men
bfrs of the auxlllary will form the rccej
AHRESTGD ON SL'SPICIONt HAD
WINCHESTER IN HIS TROUSEH
ISpPclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
The Sign of Quality.
L. LESUE L0T1
Will give a Piano Recital at
Jefferson Hotel Auditorium,
Thursday, April 23, 8:30 P.M.
And will use on that occasion <
Mason & Hamlin Pian
$1 and 75c
On sale now at
J. C. CORLEY, Qtn'IMgr.
Cure for Drunkenness
Orrlnr Trentmrnl, to be I'ard at Home
-Wlthout l'lihllcliy or I.osa of
Tlme from Ilualncss.
The best ald to temperance is somethln;
that will strengthen the drunknrd's wrcckc.
r.ervous systcm and cure hls unnatura
cruvlng for drlnk. Wc belleve that an;
mar. who rcally desires to' be cured of th.
lltjuor hablt can cure hlmself by uslng Or
rine ThlB remarkablc treatment has tnad.
so many cures that we are glnd to sell I
under an absoluto guarantce lo rcfuod th.
mcr.ey If lt does not cure.
It l? ln two forms?No. 1 that can b.
glven secretly, and No. 2. for thoso whi
wlsh to be cured. It Is not only tho mob
rellable treatment known, but It Is also th.
most oconomlca!,, as it costs only 51.00 t
box and thero Is no dctentlon from th.
usual duties, whlle If a, cure la not offected
there ls no expense whaiever. Mall order:
fllled on recelpt of prlco In plaln sealer
patkape. Writa for free booltlet. The Or
rlno Co., Washlngton, D. C, or Polk Mlilei
Drug Co.. 834 East Maln. and Chlldrey Dru,
CO., 101 Eaat Broad, or O. P. Hare Drug Co.
stimulate the TORPID I.IVER,
atrenjfthen thc tifgestive organs,
regulate the bowels, and are un
equaled as an
ln malarial distrlcts thelr virtues
.. are wldely rccofjnlzed, as they pos
scss pecultar propcrtics in ffcclnjj
the systcm from that poison. Ele
gantly ?ugar coated.
Take No Substitute.
la nbsolutcly p u r e?'
wondcrfully eftlclent for
all baking purpoBes?
and Is ao aiccurately and
sclentlflcally mado and
packed that lt kcepn
wlthout loslng Its lea
venlnc power or flrst
Boyd'a Pure Phos
phato Baking Powder
has no alum and Is
far inore wholesome
and lesa cxpenslve than
eream of tartar.
At Your Dealer's.
Boyd & Co.,
Canada Field Peas,
All Varieties Cow Peas,
Soja or Soy Beans,
Sorghum Seed, &c.
Write for prices.
Wallerstein Produce Company
t visiblc division, to see ncar and
xplain the advantages tjicrcof.
adquarters. Broad and Third
Is asaured you lf durlng the day
you talce a drlve in one of tlie many
hlgh-grado vehlcles we havo on
sale?many varletles to sult many
taates, all alike, tho', in bolng the
beat procurable for tho monoy??
best an fo ileslgn, stylo, conatruc
tlon, llnlsh and tho hlghly dcalrable
"run caslly" quallty. May we show
you our tiaaortnient?
Repairing and Repatnting.
R. H. Bosher's Sons
15 S. Ninth Street.
Mrlrtly Pnrr, Old Dutch Pro.
ceaa, Whlte I.rnil.
Strictly l'nre AVblte Zlnc.
Strlctly I'ure I.ln*rrd 011.
Strictly I'ure Colors.
Klrlrlly l'nre Turpenllne
I?ryrr nnd Xollilos Kl?e.
John W. Masury
NEW YORK CIIICAOO
John L Brancli & Co^RichmaniYa
B. P. Vaden, Manchester, Va.
My Oak Slaba, perfectly dry, caay to
Fplit. at $2.60, is KoinB fnst: Slab Pine )?
srllinB as fost. .My customnrs can burn lt.
It !? n summer wood. Try Oak or Tlne
Kindllnc Wood one tima.
LONG, The Wood Man,
1201 AV. Broad.
COMPRISING SURRIES. PHAETONS.
TOP BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS. STAN
HOPES. DOCTORS' BUGGIES, DEPOT
WAOONS, V1CTORIAS, LAUIfDRY and
GROCERY WAGONS AT PRICES TO
MAKE THEM SELL.
Don't fall to seo my great stock be
814 X. Flfth Street.
Try an Advertisement in
Baltimore and Richmond
$2.00 Per Year, in Advance.
?TAMES CANNON. JR? Edltor.
J. SIDNEY PETERS, Aasoelate Edltor.
The orsnn of tho Virginia Methodiats.
Tho leudlng rellglous wcekly in Vlrclnla.
Advortlalng rates on appllcation. Address
THE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING C0.
1015 _. Maln Street,
RICIIMOND - VIRGINIA.
I.ONCi IU8TANCE I'llONK 4H1
.Miintil'aetiirtrs of lilgh-ttrario Stnndnrd
Sttfpa nnd A'uultu.
Fuctorles N'ok. 1 nnd 2 Ti-Ihk- Shlp Yard9.
Oltlcos and Show Itouma,
11-13-IS North Fourlounth Streat,
. Rlohmond, Va.