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VOL?. XXI NO. 16.
? .?.?. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1904. Rif.Hn. ??? RI( \E,F1VJE'CJB.>T' ?. OF G. NOTES. , Notice. , Tomorrow will be gala day of thanks? giving for the Lodger and Courts, and they will be joined by the Uniforn Rank of the city, who will be out in large numbers. The ?Second Baptist Church will be taxed to its utmost c8j<a eity at'd it is hoped that the member? of tbe organization will meet at the designated points at the time appoint;? Blooming Lily Lodge No. 15 met on last Tuesday night and was paid mi ofb eial visit by the Grand Cbanoellor who was aooompanied by many of the Past ?Chancellors of this city. The meeting was a memorable one and the members of the lodge were greatly benefited by the presence of the distinguished official. Venus Court No. 47 had its second anniversary last Tu? sday evening ??the Pythiah Castle. 511 N. 3rd St. The-con? dition of tbe Court a* shown by the re? ports is excellent, having a large meui bcrship as well a?? a large Bank ?.?'count. The ecercisvs were of ? high or 1er and did credit to the committee in char?.*??? af affairs. Theftllowiug named visitors were present and addressed the C?'urt. viz. Gratti Worthy Register of Deeds, Miss M. L. Chiles, Mrs. Harriet Tliomp ?ou, Mis? Eva Davis, Mn>. Anna Taylor, Mr Elam L BankK, Col Thoi. M. M. Crump, Capt. Tin mina H. Wyatt is the only male member of the Court and is much pleased over the fact. Refresh? ment* were served and all present rpent a most enjoyable time. Samson Lodge, No. 16, and Virginia Lodge No 6 will meet on Monday night March 2s?h. Ext eleior Court. No. 117 nacots or*, Monday evening March tSth, 1!*>4 at 4:?}'' o'clock. All members are requcet ed to be present. frettala. A <iraail Time Kxpectfd. The thirty-ninth annaal anniversa-y of the Afro-Americana to bo celebrated by the ? rights of Damon of Virginia, jyiri pt tiers. VVp learn that pu the 3rd of April there will, be a. rijpectLal sermon delivered to them by Rev. White, B. P., at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church at 3 p. m. And on Monday the 4th of April that they will meet at the Knight? of Py? thias Castle, 727 N. ?Sri St. Doors open ar 7:00 p. m. Admission 10 cts. The oommittee has made all arrange mente to serve all of the delicaoes of the season at City prices. We learn that the Right Worthy Grand Coun? sellor Sir J. C. Randolph has arranged to admit and feed the old people free. We heartily endorse this move and may God guide him to a success. We hope that as many as possible will be pres? ent. Still Waiting. Baltimore. Md.. March 21, 1901.? ; Dear wife:? . , I have received your letter ol the 19th inat, and am vt-ry sorry to hear that you have postponed your home coming for another month. Too have everyone laughing at ine through the paper, and if you do intend to come home,give me a definite answer at once. The 27th of January 1 put a long add in the paper, and received no answer. If von want to come home I will pay for the n;c ..th that yen :t;*-r.eci tc work for thofa? people I went down to the bank Friday anal drew the $50 00 and was sorely disappointed by you not comiu?? hotte when you promised. If y ?m are coming home let me know at once. I ?cannot wait 'till the 20th of Ap? ril. I will not answer nay questions "till 1 get a dbiluite answer, when yon are coming h.<ni-, and let me have your addreaa. 1 promis*? \ will not interfere with you at your work. 1 r? mam, ? Oar '.?iving husband, J. ?.?? < ?loretl nan Wanted. Who hi intelligent and re'iable, for reapottaible puaUipq in New Y??rk Office of Corp? ?ral ?a? , As he will handle funds, must be aile to give best refer? ence* and furnien ?f?oo.00 in cash as t-vViirity, which vAll be secured. To the right man a liberal ?alary will be given, with chance for advancement as utility is demonstrated. Don't answer unless yon can furnish the sot-a ri ty .-tated. Address: ((? ? '.?PineSt., (Room M7,) ?t New York Cirv. .Notice ! On Friday night, April 8th,, 1904, the "Carey Lyceam' of lito Virginia Union l?uiversuy will bolo: its regular annual public e.re>rcia?*s The subject for debate is; 'Kesolveo that there should be a Uniform Divorce La ?* in the V. S." Tin* ' Uarcy Lyceum" has always at traoaud lar,?.? and intelligent andtences; to its public .-KerctHfs? and on this ac? count, ample preparations are being made for the entertainment of its many friends. All are cordially invited to attend. R. C. JijDKivs, Pr?s., S. S Booker, Sec. ? Yon save money in buying groceries of Reformer?? Store. See ad. on another I'-p*. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. _ . The T. M. C. A. Conference met last Friday evening. The programme was very interesting. The hoe was ful! of honey. .The explanation of*thp Snmlay school? Lesson last Saturday by Prof. B. F. Mc Wiliiams was a help to all who attend- j ed. Tho report from ih* jail lajst Sunday was very encouraging. One pr sonor accept??d Christ. The b^ys lsRt Sunday had a very timely address delivered to them by Mr. Chas H. Hooper. Our brother is in? vited to come again. Much inter??st was manifested in tbe men's meeting hist Sunday. Prof. A. B. St ?t of the Virginia Union "University delivered an address that every man in Rudiniond ahossld have heard. Subject; The Dignity o? Wom?in. The music by the University Quartette was enjoyed by all. Do not forget that women an?! men are invited to the explanation en the Sunday School Lesson today ? ?> m., at the Y. M C A. Rooms. A.I m??n f?*r Committee work are re? quested to be on time Suuday. Let every man attend the True Re? formers' Hall Suu?lay .3:30 p. ru. The iiiit Men's Meeting Lawyer J. Henry Crutchtield will address the men. Sub? ject: "And whom do you place next Thtjse?" Special music will be rendered by a quartette under tbe directions of Mr. Nelson (t. Booker. Oome end bring another man. The w:?men are happy to know tha* Ibera will be a special meeting for them Sunday April 17th, 3:30 p. m and Rev R. V. Peyton will address them. Every woman in Richmond is invited. TeU the other woman. Seats are free. Do not forget that we ask every home to remember these meetings. Boys meeting Sunday ?1 p. m. ?All boys ar?> welcome. ANOTHER PYTHIAN I.OIM.I . Tbe (?rand Chancellor in Halifax County. Sntherlins, Va. March 10th. 1904. A lodge of Knights of Pythias. ?. ?., S. ?., ?., ?., ? ?^ ?.. was instituted here at White Oak Baptist Church last night with a membership of 26 Grand Chancellor John Mitchell, Jr., accompaiuod by Assistant Surgeon Gen eral ?. ?. Jefferson and Grand Master at Arms S. S. Baker got off at Pace's Station where they were met by two wagons and brought five miles to the church. There they met impecia Deputy Grand Oran eel lor H. S. Keen, Past Chancellor (?tro. W. Bison. Major L. W. Holbrook, Past Chancellor W. W. ? Manns, Sirs A. H. Claiborne, P.S. Terry Deputy Grand Obancellor W. A. Mill ?ner. They were drawn up in front of Mr. A. B. Betts store and warm greet iugs fcllowed: The lodge 'was instituted at 9 o'clock. The Sir Knights named assisted. The following ofneers were installed; C O, J. Squire. M. of W., A. B. Bette, P., Thomas Edmonds, K. of R. and S , S. M. Whitlock, M. of F., Granville Marabl?\ M. of Ex . H*ury Goode. M. at ?.. John Davis, V. C, T M Dodeon, 1. G., Philip Jeter, 0. G., Howarii Lips comb.' Trustees: A. B. Betts, J. Squire, S. M. Whitlock. The Lodge will be known as Wnite Oak Lodge. No. ?7. Sir A. B. Betts was appointed District Deputy Grand Chan? cellor This ltxlgewas institut ?<1 through the effort? Special Deputy Grand Chan? cellor H. S. Keen. Grand Chancellor Mitcheu was much piense?!. The Grand Chancellor left White Oas. Baptist Oliurt;h. arrifing at Pace's and ?uding the train *k of an boor late. The party reached Richmond at atxmt 8:!5 a. m. T*e l.L. S. C. The Union Leajrue Social Club of Manchester, Va., gave an "Iraliau fau tastie toe and heel" social at Cunning ham's Hall, Fr?tay (sight, Mar?-h 18lh, 1904. Tbe g nest.?? bagsja to arrive about 8 P. M. ana the amusement laafed until th? wee enia h?mrs of mom?ib being 2 A. M. when the gathering left tor their homes, expressing regret that they <ould not remain longer and showering .con gratalations upon the young men. The music by Mr. Arthur Mosby and Mr. Thoe. White was enjoyed by all present. Refreshmedts were served about 12 o'clock and all ate heartily of the deli? cacies. Long live Union League! Our space will not allow us to mention those present. 1526.75 to New Orleans. In., and Re? turn, via Southern Kail?a?. On April, the fourth and fifth the Southern Railway will sell special tick et s fmni all points on its lines to New Orleans and return, with return limit April 9th, at rate of one far6 pins 2?*Sc, making the rate from Richmond $26.75 Comparatively low rates from all other points. The Southern Railway is the direct lino to New Orleans, fast trains con? venient schedules, through cars, ami Southern Railway Dining Oars, the service of which represents the highest standard of excellence. C. W. Wkstbvrt, D. ? ?., 2t Richmond Va. "Mock Oetigress.*'*' An enjoyable evening is promised all who obnie out on Easter Monday night to witness this great entertainment at the True Reformers' Hall under auspices of the Ushers of the First Baptist Church. Admission only 15 conte. For benefit of said church. 2t -You'll find what you want if vou call on Mr. I. J. Miller at the Nelv En? terprise ?Store, .528 E. Broad ?t. Lecture on '? Jonahs. !" Are you a Jonah? If so don't be any longer, hnt come out ov Tuesday nigh* March 29th, 1904 and bear wltat Pr?>i*. D. Webster Davis says ab.int tinse "Jonahs" at the First Br.ptisti Church. For benefit of said ?jhurch. it Admission is only i0 cents. Pythian* Attention. The anniversary exercises of the Knif/hts of Pythias and Courts of Oal anthe will take place Suuday, March ??.-th, ??h>4 ?t the Second Baptist Church at 8 p. m. The aTaajfata will meet at the New Pyth.um Castle TIT M 3rd St. at 2:00 p.m., sharp. Ih? Uniform Rank will m??er at the Rame nour. The m? mbers of tbs Courts will meet in the lecture room cf the church at 2:30 p. m. Th?? Brifdae staff will be out in full dinas -Miss M. Eise Groen, who has been sick is convalescing. -Reformers' store, 6th and Clay Sts., calls youratt? ction to their ad. in this issue. Read it and be convinced. ?-Bishop R. S. Williams of Augusta, Gs., in company with Kev. H. H Hanking, P. E.. and Kev Wui. Iv?^? of Petersburg. Vs., will aa in our city ami will preach at Bethel Chapel, Monde.y night, March 2*th. 19C4 at 8 p. tu. ? No, his head's ret in the cellar cap. He's looking at tin? latm finn stock of poods of Mr. I. J. Miller's 528 E. Broad St. -Mr Philip Hilton's "Young dun try Brethren" at Cunningham's Hall, Mondav night. 2Mh, promises to be the most comical concert o? the season It will be fun for fun l>vers. Watch for the parade at 4?p. ni. in Manchester. V' niiled?Blacksmith and must be an all-round man to ran repair shop. With small capital will take hit : in as partner. Good business. Apply at onoe. H. H. Ool.es, 1512 County St., Portsmouth, Ya. Southern vTomea Wanted. Young women to do plain cooking, washing ml ironing for families iu aud around New York. Nice homes and good wages. Any woman that is willing to learn will be sent for. We send you ticket?. Address; . Kcntkr. ?21 West ."9:11 St.. New York. 4t Agents wanted. Stamp tor reply. -Flour SO cts, good lard 8 lbs, for 25 cts, large new herrings 9 cts. per dozen at Reformers Store this week -He fell down trying to get there, but he bought a fine suit ft,r a little money at the New Enterprise Store, Mr. I. J. Miller, proprietor. A REMARKABLE RECORD Gurvners or? Kea?-sarcje Do Some Fine Work at Target Practice. Washington. March 22. -In a private letter r? ? ???h-ed at the navy depart ment from an officer on board the Kaa>raaraja Iba . foiiowire, remarkable ramasi made by that battleship in her tarpei practice Just compieteli at Pen? sa??? ila Is given: One 13-inch Run made six hits out of seven shots in five minut??;-. and M set-on.Is. An eight inch gnn made 10 hits out of 10 shot?? in five minutes and 20 seconds and s five-Inch gun made 18 hits out of 18 shots in two minutes. At the navy deportment this record ^as declared to be the best ev?*r made by an American warship. and as far as the officials know It has not been equalled in any foreign navy. Telegraphers Demand Increase. Newark. O., March C2. ?Telegraph? ers of the Baltimore and Ohio rail? way have voted 5 to 1 to stami by their demand for an incre.-.s.? in wages. The vote was canvassed by the general committee in the presence of H. B. Perham. president of the National Or? der of Railway Telegraphers. Thirteen hundred votes were cast. Mr. Perham and E. W. Vannetta left for Baltimore to present the demands to the Balti? more and Ohio officials. Wrong Cough Drops Kill a Baby. York. Pa., March 21.?By the acci? dental administration of laudanum in? stead of a cough remedy, the 1-year old child of Mr. and Mrs. John Camp? bell is dead at their home in Wrights vllle. PORT ARTHUR IS AGAIN JSOMBARDED admiral Togo's Fleet. Return* to At? tack on Russian Stronghold. G?? TORPEDO BOATS REPULSED 6evera! Hours Later Fifteen Battle? ships Took Up Positions and Shelled the Town For Five Hours?Russian Commander Reports Five Killed and Nine Wounded. St Petersburg. March 22. ? Another attack by the Japanese fl?*<?t on Port Arthur, beginn lag Srl?h operation?- by torpedo boats and ending arlth a boaa* bardment by battleships and eroJaere took piare aftt>r midnight Mon?!?.y. The tniptror has retrivrd th<? follow? ing tub-gram from Varare? ?! xieff. "Lieutenant deaerai btoeaael reporta that at ??.-??.?.Ii'ight of March ZI torpedo >* ts arara dtooavarad by our fia*} "?'??? "P a afaillhai behind ffiej racky ii?iIi?itut of Liautlshin and boat? bardad Port Arthur." Viceroy 1 Inali al adds that ho i*, wait? ing Por ?? ?.?ils. A (atei dispatch from the viceroy to j the rn.peit.r says: , "According to a auppleaaentary ro- , port from Lieutenant General Stoessel, the eeeeay'a B>*et coaalated of six bat- j tleaalps and 12 cruiaera, About s? o'clock ! in the aaornlna. the teet divided, the ' baJttleehlpa and lorpodo boats tiiking up a i*ositiou b-*t'vpt*n Linotlshjn and Gonrbinaia bay K'ii'.toii bay), while the. crulst ra formed up iu two divisions to the Ktmth anil southeast of Port Ar? thur. "At 9.20 the liattieship RVtvizan cptiBed ??? ovar aha creel of Liaoushin a*-ninst the enemy'a battieebipa* which replied by finn;.- on thr* town. M??aii while our Beet formed up in Hae in tlie outer, roadstead. "About 11 ?.'dork In the mornin.c? tlio cannonade slackened, aad tin* Japa aeea fi? ??;, reuniting, drew off slowly to the aoathaaatj and at 12.'?'?> had disap? pear? tl. "During the bombardment five sol? diers an :?? !.lilt ? ??.? ?! Him- aere aaound ed. One aoldler ou the ahora araa bri: l' ii ?r telegram from Viceroy AJexlefl if the emperor given V? YUAN SHI KAI, COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF .CHINA'S ARMt AND NAVY. Alr^adT China has massed nearly tOO.iHKi men ?>n the Mnnchurlan frontier to resist any effort which liu?><a may make to further assail the integrity of the Chinese empire. Most military men incline t?? the ballai that If Jupa ? should meut with a series of serious revenu?* ?m hind China will come t?? her aid. putting her hordes lo charge of the alert and well rjnatTrrfl Japanese o?lo-ra. Yuan Rhl Kai. the commander in ? hiei' ?>f Chirm"* army and navy, snc?*eeded 1? Hung Chang as governor of PacblH provln?.-e and for some time enjoyed tl>e uniifue distinctioo of having under him the ?inly well trained body of traope In Cabina. It vai that fa?*t that Induced the dowager empress some time ago to slavate him to his present exalted position. Yimn Shi Kai le well known a* an ardent opp?>n?vnt of Russian flagre*?..???!. :md a warm sympathizer with Japan's attitude in the praaavt OBS?Nd in tbe ?\?st. eeait blights Our guard ships and fort batteries oaeaaf Ira upon them, the ?IAPANFSK ffOaFBOO BOAT IN WINTBB Or?? poKT aaiaua. firing lasting for 20 minutes. At. 4 o'clock In the morning the attack was renewed. "At 6..?0 o'clock in the morning four of the enemy's ships appeared from the south, follow?*?! by the whole squadron of 11 ships and eight torpedo boats. Our squadron left the roadstead ?? meet the enemy. "At 9 o'clock the enemy's battleships opened fire on Liaoti.-hin, after which sakral atakaroaTa report ag foll?sra: "?? midnight of Manli 11 two of th?1 ataaany's b&rp do boata approached the out?*f roa?i-?.?;ni, but arer? dlacoveras] hy tbe search?-iht.s of tbe batteries, and trad ii??>ii by ih?? Botta and by the gun? boats Bobr and Otvazuy. They were ol)li?;e<c? to I'M ire. "A aecopd ai:a<k was made at 4 o'clock in tha nora*kas i>.\ tbrea tor? pedo txv.t>, which also arara repulsed. 'At daybreak tbree detachments of th?? enemy s teat, roaabdlai nt six bat Ueabipa, ?-.ix armored ?raisers, six sec? ond and tbtrd claaa ?misera and eight torp -??o h?.-its, apavtaaebad from all side- At 7 o'clock our sguadron com? mente?! to l-a\e the inner harbor, the eroJaen l?Mdi<ig, ?'Mb ihe Askold Hying my flag, at th-ir head, and the battle? ships following.. "The enemy's butt lebhips approached Uaotishln and fired lOJ sh?dls from theii 12-iri? li gun.s at Port Arthur and 108 shells at the environs of the town. "Our sbatta, finii at a range of 80 cables, were well placed. About 10 O'clock a Japanese battleship way struck by a shell and retired. "We loaj no men during the bom? bardment, which ceased at 11 o'clock, when the enemy's ships reassembled, and after pacing along the outer road? stead, drew off without attacking our fleet," Port Arthur Bottled Up. Lonilon. March 23.?A correspond? ent of the Times at Tokio, under yes? terday's date, cables that it Is rumor? ed that the Japanese have succeeded \a blockading the entrance to Port Ar ."..?r. j V? m? fc rerelved from NVw? h w??**?.. ti.at a - .?? "Ain.! i* dtaparalai 'he loi points. Which means the beginning o? ? active ?per?tkiaa thai ;it lai ? arUJ re | m;\\ th<* carefully concealed ?lap a aa piau of campaign. JAPS' ARMY ADVANCING Russian General Reports Occupancy of Yong-Pyon By the Enemy. St. Peters'??!!)- March S3. The Ibl lowtng dispatch hai been received from V, ??.(.> Ai. xi? .?. dated afnkdea. March 22: "General Miel henkow reporta thai on March 11 our scoot? approached Anja und observed ?m Ute left u.mH ?if the Cheng-Chilli; rivet;, opposite Nu? li, entrenchments made by the ? nemy G? to that date th?? enemy had aot ap Beared at Toni Pyoa (15 mil?"? nor.-? taat of Vnju). it is sappoaed th.?.. there i?; une Japanese division it \nju. and thai the remainder of thp h? ? aranj cora Ping Tana. "in . on? ?r? t ? of th?? report that two .? e, adi ? a ol t h ? enemy hi at Pak-Choo ? 11 too of OW | ; pa bed for ? ? ? ? > from ;? ? riv? r. Ot:r ? ?i tad ? if e Japa i on the k ri\ t r, i)'"t I '.? y wi!. . on the ai rival of <? ir ti ?ta?.' ? na)< nl il t: i. r ?? ? t |M ?? ? b. "? ? the ni? in of M.tr? h 1!? te*) ?I' ji ? ridar? en?*?nntered ?? Ja ian< -?? patrol b ?twet ? Kaaaa ?abo I aorth by w* tt <>t Piai I a nl Chen? im (about 13 mites n.ii.i "i Ka r.nn>. The petrol op???.? ?| the. bul dispatch ri'i'is rs? ;ip< il unhurt. ?A. cord Ina to i I Mi <?? ''.??? anemy'a cavalry ben d Tong Pyoa Mart h 1!?. I is ?n placed ib r?adln? *? ??? 1 h ? iti : o itti Ai ? li ?." The advaace ol ih la ? how*. Maat taaj ais? kasiauj ?<> ttaaa aad thai they ara1 ?.on? rapid thaa the Ruaeiaaa aa pec ted. Neverthel^ea, the (Ortlflca tions ot Atiju siiows the Japan????? oa? aratioaa an er?*ompnnied by ??? pronai militar) pre. ;il'.t ions. s'i. fee :is ?!.? Russian.*- an? . on. erind th? y have no latent ion ?,f Rtlai ???? ??? Jii, but ihe ?udvin.'? <>l th?? tan? af ti.nn? aaaalryuien Badea Qaaeral Mtaacaae* kow will he to harrasts aud retai ti the Japan? se in every way possible. The authorities h?*n* be?i?*ve that it will be only a matter of a short time now Whoa activa land operations be? gin, but at first these will take the form of skirmishes, aa the main Rus? sian force remains in o?t*npation of ktrategii-al ?mints on :he Yalu river. Japan Holds Up General Allen. Seoul, March 22. The Japanese ha\e stopped Brigadier <??*n?ral Henry T. Allen, formerly ? hief Of the Philippine constabulary. and now United Stales military observer with the Japanese army at Pin;; Yan.u. IMlsBatlpa, him not to pro? t?ed aaared iheir outiXists. CHINA WORRIES RUSSIA Believes Her Neutrality Depends On Result of Firet Heavy Land Battle. St. Petersburg, March 22. Iu gov? ernment circle?" there exists a strong belief that the qu.stlon as to whether China will ?>bser\e her neutrality un? dertakings "A ili depend largely on the result of the first heavy land fish ? lug. A big vi? tory by the Russian army, it is believed, win insure the amicacene? of the Celt ?liai empire, but their arc grave fears as to aiuti anight Happen in the event of a aigaal Japans?? s;n Oem la the early Stagna ol t... ?and operations. The recent naval success of the Japa ni'-se has not greatly impressed the Chinese, but if the Russians should aaatala a reali] disastrous defeat on land the Chiaeaa might suddenly be aroused, whether with the connivance or evil with the consent of the Japa? nese, against Russia and perhaps against all foreigners. Russia's paeaearJ plans are based on the appreciation of the supreme im? portance of the first land battle, and no fighting on a large scale will take plate, if it possibly can be avoided, un? til the Russians feel morally certain that ? hey can deal the enemy a crush? ing blow. Captain William V. Jtidson, United States military attache to the embassy here, has arrived and will proceed to the front as soon as possible to ob? serve the military operations for his government Another Cut In Grain Rates. Philadelphia. March 22.?The New Tork railroads having met the latest cut In ex-lalie freight rates from Buf? falo, the railroads entering this city have announced a further cut of four mills to go into effect next Saturday. This applies only to wheat, fiaxseed and barley. A cut of four mills on corn, rye and oats would have placed these grains on the free list. The m>v; rates arc as follows: Wheat and flax seed, 2 mills; corn and rye, 3 Va mills; barley, 1 mill, aud oats, 4 mills. AFGHANISTAN AMEER PQ iVJWl?j 4 St. Petersburg Hears Humi*- h) -*>??????? rent to That Effect St. PateffJboVS, Man':, g - A ?SKBJSm receired (rasa Ashkabad ?t.he -???**?,?*>?.. * ? ?'???'- ?\v. of ?' pian be tory) says ? G ti tbe Am ha- ?? ? I!mi ?.' n, tlie \:? -.j add ! ? I ??; ? . \>'< in' * in. Q?jfcaa? bar ?. ".??. LOCAL OPTION FOR OHM Bill Provi-e - Elections In "ResiileMca-. Diatrfcta" Iretead of Wanifc.. ?'. furai?) < ?.. \':.k h Tb? v?rsea DOrtt bill list riel "k?x--S Old ? "!.? sete ? 11 ? adb of 71 ??? ? ?? tic- rt.ears? th? ?.<? ttadv It arili b? s: ;n.?,! b< ih? pivi'i m.?r. rikh Inn ?1 .?? ?:?\?. ??? ;? siiL-sV-Lr."? tor iii. ?rard l?><a! option bili, sari! pan rid?*s ?or lo? al op; ion elect in*? ?? Mresld? m >? d la trie taH last sod op *n A "residence district" is ?ictruae -a?. in.'.'in "any t 1 >arl> d?'s?-rib? n. iwt"U u.iiis. COBapact SOCttoa or t?'ir;i?'*Tf ?a a illuni? ?pal corporation coBUuadaaxaad, (??w. r than SOQ ijua'iti?'ii pi?i.barsy aaaar mote than ."? i"?' Qualified eleclBSJl . thai su? h dtatrict abaJl not ?-?(?..tafia. block in whieli ?m? half or nuc jtTOssa loot Iron ta ??' ?? su? li block M> jsbhk Btad by buildings actually d?*-??. ni?iiutai turiiiK. ni? p ani ile or business purposes, not im-hnusc 4??? lo? m s." UfjtaOf may be d'-liverod In ?Iistxfi^ac: whit li Ino o VOtad against saloon*. PLATT REMAINS LEAOE!? Will Head New York Republic^**??* With Odell As State Chairwrjwt. ?? w York, Mai ?h IL?At a c*?*?. em-t? betw??en Seiiutor Thomas '". .;iTaift. Governo?- l)?lell. Colonel Dure. -Jtoat man of the Hepiibliean statt ? ??t.t>?? tee. and niaiiy ot h?-r pronunci c -iecjcA. liiiins. after a full ex.? banne pj ??????? ami statement* by Senator "???? sr*? Govermir Odell, it was iina^iiAvReK-T' agreed that ??????? l'lair. should ?m main, as h?? lias been in th?; ;jns*L, Cbwi ? active header of the party. it was also aeraajd thai aVsaa 1 SIMM. ? Otlell should be scl?>ited as rhxLmm't*^. of the state <oinmi'taO to be Ui?svst et: tho approaehiiii; conventi?.t. It Upa furi lier a.uricil thai wtr-^??.. there wire : ? j-.-ti 1 ?-outest?? for ?i ship in the party there -h'>.!.<! ? ?.. ?_ interf?'renece in davor of 01 ?.,;a?????. any on?', either by Seuaior l'i; ?. Governor CdelL Gave His Life For His Friend?, lb, Wilmington, Dal., March 111 i-tax^jfe Stiydan. of Middletown. Del., kart febUe life in a heroic effort to save U>e LK* of his friend, Wil?ani Maxwell, r* ':? tiaore, who, while delirious, ?et??*? himself iu trout of a rapidly cnastfcaajc; train and was killed. ?utPaO ?sax* Siiydan worked at Middletown, kcaS aie?* former Saturday was taken ill 5?ay*?st. volunteere?! to take Maxwell 'j:?. Adu home in Baltimore, and wh'!? aaaaatbpj at the railroad station for a train.- jUsss well became delirious and threw Lasr*~ self in front of an approaching '. --: train. Suydan attempted to graap **2*ji well, but was too late, and bott. susw caught under the wheels of the era*?* and ground to pieces. Deranged By Drink and Shot ct't**.**. . Norfolk, Va., March 1!3.?G? ?fi Hughes, secretary of the- 1 .<? . *?-stw. Mining company, director of the **?PJPJs> burg State Hank and promin^-nt ?u?. Pennsylvania financial matters, av?a**'. himself through the head on tbe of Mahone lake, after writing: m in which he bequeathed his hvMtp *%, a medical college, and deeianK. am? was going on a long journey to ate-tf Lieutenant Peary to find the Maadte. Pole. The man had been dttcHL&et. heavily since he came here two ?-.??? ago, and his friends say his rulot? baa came so deranged as to be noUe<s*l*i*<Wr some days ago.