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1 * - all montha ? 8) ao Ihe aubacnp a Boarv Onler. ii can aen ??at ln one of th< other ua to | our aubarnption ' ? . .-thrrwiw w? ,-arn >t B Ireaa of a aubarnber. ae muat be ar I . - r aa well aa tbe preaent al iraaa. .: the Poat Oflkor at Richmo?-. ? ??'. c.aaa n.i' U \i l RDA1 n M \\ 8 ?gs. a this \* n it ? the business men ..f that thrl ooaaaiault] ? . ... - houaes, a bank. a .... ? ?! churches and many tha paaaphlet with int.-r.-st and 8ee nothine hut aa for th*-se tlag citlzens. THE ? ??\ I EMP1 ? \SKS Ry a mandate of th* LTaltad I -to-riir ? I*. thlpp and 1 Bherlf t>f Chattanooga. Tennesaee and four others.? Haa '.:-??? Uithen f?|H4 and William Mays were hrought aafora the bar of that tribu nal for j-.-nt.-nc- ujion having adjudged guilty ef eont.-mpt of court la perniitting the lynching of Edward Johnson. colored. March 19. 1906. The reeult was anything but com pllmentary to that learned assombly of Jurists for a atay waa grantei BBB*aaaa had heen pfl upon the men who had already been adjudged gutlty of contempt. The reanlt makes the attltude of the court the subject of merrlment rath er than one of aerioua conslderation It showa too that the court can be lnfluenced by publlc clamor. When it ls observed that a Demo? cratlc Chief Justiee led ln the de mand for the pun'sbment of the sympathiters with the lynchers. It may ac well he understood that conditiona are changing. It may as well be understood now that the aen tence. lf auch a one ls ever aaeted aill be more ln name than fn aub I *re glad that the lsaue l*** ' : for no other I reaaon than to demouatrat. ?sgion and the injuring of the | BBBjIa **ill result in the op ? IHI ?.! < rltXal \ Sl I I I I Ml \ I ? **>11 ' from the The iffaira is that ' ? ?pa. : - I'ltKSIDI M I \l | \\|, in,,mi R I IM t \| |..\ aa ia - v ; le of lsnguage "Tt. ? that th.it ir the put upon It tl albility of cil rollowa ? b of fa. ? did Tl ??rer. or : i ? which throv >n the Stat.-s the bunlen i >n and . d ju ;ion aith Thla is a plain statement of a fact. ntinued: "Hoa ?lumbia is concernt-d. and the establlahBo Bg in this Dtatrti ? trom any aaa leat attl obli B, and lt is ft- ? tha gov erameal of the i?. bobM '.bligatitm of t: list'"- inaintenance of a class univ.rsity for the ct.lore.l Baea I a:n far from .. 10 pat Into tr ord??r | by an argument which has weight but haa not aalfht when lmpr. that the colored ra all of them. would be bett.-r ?.ff II ?ill had univoraity education I think they wt.uid ha ln a very bad way if they had.becausc would not know hoa- to use it, and would not find means or using N \'o race would be i..rt.r off if they were all educated as aalr. The great body 0f th.- olor.-d as the great body of the whit* ranst depend for th. hood upon their manual labor. sklll <>d or uoskilled. or upon some I?atlon which requires less education ihan that which is conferred by a unlversity. and if lt is too widely extended the effect of lt ls to put a lot 0f men Into life who do not find occupatlona ahlch are suited to their taete, aad to make them unhappy j I ar.d really not flt for the life whlch . ? ra bal h>- eaaaa baek and ?8 ho BBBd in so ;. that a >n that it acsaaary for the . race flf m for that ;? ? ?\ dlfferent p ? much maln "-> b y and r uni I ' lll he ? I " s wlsdom He - '? :ig Of way. . i llke B4M UB what they aay. raraeiahar baarlac H.-v. i>r I who went abroa.i :""1 ; : la Bpui palplt an.l aaa aorthy D in that preaa his fri.-ndship for the Of Augusla. wl Bpeat Bve or w ol tha i.roix.sition tha1 old be moved to try than this. He mighty w.-li aatisti. B AuguBU until thaa went to y did not want to ?itil th.-y did go to That is the same seutiment I tound la Charlotte and in p. hurg. Khl in his lsions. The distinguished orator contin ' Now. th.- fact is that the progress ?f Ul outlinlng ltaelf with B, to no- ut least ln ? Itaalf a u.^.-ful part of the cmniunlty where II at it sllil!1 not only awak-r. an altruiatlc splrit or splrit of hunianity. but. what la ?d deal better fo tie to. shall '?nomic spirit of those with wh-)tn yon llve and who value your aafTtaaa as members of the cmmunity and know how much you ad<l to its success by being there and being valuable members of that community in accumulation. in your provldence. and in making the homes that are made ln a succeasful community of negroea ln the Boat. "It aeema to me that the future M ln the hands of the race Itaelf. 11 do not mean to aay that cru< are not to exlat in the future and Injuaticea. and a great many reaaons aaplalata should be made nac the lahamaBlty of mai: mean to aaj that tl ? has been a time in i ro race who ?<! sucb 8 baais fot l>elio' -n your ??Ha as a race. and for tho in >our it aucceaa, aa it is to-day. ? ti do in th? ? ? say of helplag. aaoag ? ? it is m of th?? a, and pplled rk out iti th? pal upon tha Bt Taft is discovering much ? ffa to hring in .ving up to the princl ha wlll do ranctb I many iring - >idst.?a i is willing to - ? [thal men. 1 I fan : ki his ; 0 HOR|Z A.D MORSE. ? Tad ,. . | Railroad Rules. ln Smart Life. dl li< r hf. : I to k.-.-p track of Star. Sounsrd Like It. must he an ei ,:, of the I la othei aataa. ba aaaat hav?' been Ulrongb tl ? n II! Suitor Jhrou h the mlll? i Sro-t \o,i naai ? leektas: for a flghte: Michacl Next. MOaa af tiu> hlatorlaaa advanoes the thaorj tbat Horai ,.-? poema w.-re wrlt ten as adv r.ir a wim < BBB4 raa and I'll l,t that btlabal Angrda was an agent foi aBBe Baarbte quarry." <"liiia?.. | ,-rald Quit; Right. Little Hoy MaaaaB, the rat haa aarj bird thin Bvorni Mamma < ats don't eat bitd You Biaat 88 tuistakan lAu M ln the bird. ? Royal Magai Civ iization. U*J 'i j claim fo ba eivl : ?'?d yet | .tarlaaj raar captlvea. Native ? Pardo- but we fto not call this torturln*. n,,w. We are m.-rrly baiing him Cle alaad !.*??d Moit of lt. Ix>dger?Her*. <- a nlee breakfaat to atk a friend to lad you lay the table. Mary' Mary--Yea. alr All but the egga, alr.?Royal Magazlne 0. OF C. Attention. IV P. XIaV. Ki.hmond, Vn . May 4. 1909. orthy msel TOorta ellors and of iinate :rts: wi laaaal s. Pjtbiaa o ad Rlchl ? Grand BBd place of the al Irand ? t the of the Grand rpe The Taalfth A.BBBB1 ? Plfth Church. Tueaday, Jun. will fcjr* ntial 1 l 4 W. Li I the ? to th- moad B f..r tl ?-ligil.lt- for t tiu> ? ? BnUst the i t'.Mir' ??' : forin . ' The ?; 11 will ? ! ill para. The Uatforna ? - ;rg!nia Ualoa lt. and the follow Ing pri n of | | | to th. * to the . ln camp longesl |1! Itazaar will | tl lao C Thlrd Bt and raaalc will !>.? in ;.' have ohn. The ? Thurad Jaaa I The Bal ? ing will he held Plfth Charch. Por all . and aaalcamant t aaa, Chairma: ? Laiah <<rand Represontatlve wUl flnd lt to their advantage to send ln their ra and asatgnments will be made in advance They oaa BO d to their stopping plae. ing the efl - .us an.l carriagea win ! Iraad Rapn s and visitora. Subor dlnate Court members can al M of the Grand Court. The for board and lodging will be |1.Of per irta that have not subscribed or paid anything on trxo stock of th.' Pythian Calaatbe Intfustrial Asaoci atlon are urg.-ntiy advised to do so at once to this offtVe. The nan. speclflcatlons for the building at 'ihurg and money is needed to begin work. The Calanthe Relief Fund :>. should be forwarded ta one- to this offlce. The names of those who contrlbuted last year will be found in the Minutes of'last ses *lon Tht- aaaaaa of all Courts con tributing aill be read 0ut during the session of the Grand Court. There is peace and there is harmo ny throughout the Grand Jurlsdle tion and the work is progressing in a way and manner that is entlrely satisfactory to the slsterhood. Given under our hands and the seal of the Grand Court of Vlrginla in the City of Richmond. thls fourth day of May, nineteen hundred and nine. JOHN MITCHEU., JR., Grand Worthy Counsellor. (MISSi M L CHILES, Grand Wlorthy Reglster of Deeds. f I0O.O0 Kndtvwment Paid. Richmond. Va., June 2. 1909. Thls is to certlfy that I have re ceived from John Mitchell. jr (rrand Worthy Counsellor of the Grand Court of V:,.,lnla. Order of raLanthe ($100 00) One Hundred Hollars ln nayment of the death clalm of Sister Hester Roa* who aaa a inemher of North Stax Court No rJ, of Richmond, Va. Slgaed: W. I. JOHNSON' Aaaignee. Wltneas: ANNIE TAYLOR, D. D. Q W. C DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPKY. iom always know.s when to luli gets BaBBJ :i ' irally out' i alL The :uore ? fully i I on ? our WHY HIS ADVERTISING DID NOT PAY. "** ?' raaalag reac II.- dld ? 's "pulk aftarwarda; la af wt to brlng lt t. ? He did no* kaoa that a a few b at will at traot and botd the ,>fr,'('' ' fine print. anittea in b aaaard <*:n Bucceaa Magaaiae SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY. lf you a; ? , nke neaa. TPles n e he la a ibr a .! to movf trom a w*n aud behave ln aaeb a way ng oa alr s '* la a n from the day a aaaa i f>ir i to eaaaa to h*-r Bj BBarrlBd her and al. ... away when she give* i ran hear fanaler thlnga aa gueata than any otl;. ,n<, world And wh-n vlalt. aaaaa, they tell | their hoat and !. no people are such gixid fri.-nds that . an afford to vlslt aach otl.. A man who dips Into potttlca ocea slonally may he compared to a who engagea ln a poker game occa aionally, he is Uable to run into a pro The aafe - ba aaep ,,ut of poiitica and po? ker.?.-. FOR BUSINESS 8UCCESS. lw-terminatlon can be colned Into dollars* Without lt failure is foreordained The young man who wins ia the one who starta out with a set purpoae. y aoaajaar abo belleve they can,'' says the old proverb The shears with whlch Andrew Car negle clips hia coupons were bought with hard toil and businesa aptit "I am golng to wln." was Marshall Fteld's motto. Too many of our young men now adaya want to start at the top. Thoae who. through mlatak*-n favor itiam, get a start near tha top. gen? erally Blide down. , Those who work up from the bottom BTlaat The duke of Argyle had every one of bls aona learn a trade "Mak^ yourseif neeesaary, young man. and your aucceaa ia certaiu." waa one of Joah Hillinga philoaophiee. Early Strawberr.es. "What nice. large strawberrlea,?, aald the lady "Yea. ma'am: aren't they beautiesr* replied the dealer "How do you ?eM them?" "One dollar a quart. ma'am "And are they Juaf the aarae on the bottom of the baaket as on the top ? "Oh. yea. ma'am ?giae doHar a quart Juat tbe iime." \ RECEIPT THAT CURES WEAK MEN~PREE. Send N'aine and Adriresa To-day? i oa 4 an Have lt Free aad Be Strong aad Vlgaroaa. I have ln my poaaeeslon a praacrlp tlon for nervous debllity. lack of vl gor, weakened manhood. falllng meni ory and lame back. brougbt on bj excesses, unnatural draina or the foi liee of youth. that has cured so many worn and nervous men rlght ln theli own homee?without any addltlonal help or medicine?that I thlnk every man who wishes to regaln his manly power and vtrillty, qulckly and "vuiet ly. should have a copy. So, 1 have determlned to send a copy of the rlptloa, free of charge, In a plain, erdinary sealed envelope, to any man who wlll write me for It. Thls p eecrlption comes from a physlclan who baa made a apecial study of men. and I am convlnced lt ls the surest-acting cornbination for tho cure of deficient manhood and vlgor-failure ever put together. I thlnk I owe it to my fellow man to send them a copy ln confidence. so that any man, anywhere who is weak and discouraged with repeated fall ures may atop drugging himself wlth harmful patent medlcines, secure whnt, I belleve. ls the qulckeet-act ing, restorative, upbuildlng. SPOT TOUCHING remedy ever devlsed. and ao, cure himself at home qulotlv and qulckly. Just drop aaa a line llke thls: Dr. A. E. Robinson. 3895 Luck Bldg.. Detrolt. Mich.. and I wlll sead you a copy of thla splendld ;', in a plaln, ordlnary sealed envelope, free of charge. TWO HELD FOR MURDER Wlf. ef Victim and Form.r Boaraar Under Arreat. Wllk.'s Barr?. Pa. June 2.?At th* roncluaion of a COTOaeTa lnqu*at to laveatlaate the death of Anthony Dan lela. whoae charred remalae war* found In th* raiaa of a fire whlch de atrapai bla home n? ar here two aeeke -ounty detectlre had war rants taaaaf for the arreat of th.- wif* .if the lecaaaaM] an.i Andrad Olabef.kl. who fornierly board*d at th.< IrantwU charglBg them wlth murder Twatlrnony waa to th.? efT.?ct that be? fore hla death Danb-la had often quar reletl wlth hla wife. and lt waa alao ahown that Olahefaki about oae month ago ga<r* him a severe beating Th* alUgation being made is tbat Olahefaki an.l the woman murd?r*?l the lattar * husband and then aet fire to tbe hyUM | their crlme. BRING IN WRONG VERDICT Jury Sent Back For Second Guea* by Pottaviile Judg*. 2 - In B sult over raluabl* tlmber land ou th* bor BOfB af S.-huylkill and I.ebannn Itaa, whlch has been on tlal for eev eral weeks the Jury roturnad a rerdlct for the plalntlff for $14 I Judge Rrumni nent th* Jury back t was not for daaaagea. but to fotsrUBlae the ownerahlp of th* lan<1 An hour later a verdict for the defendvit waa dellv*r*d. DYING MAN CONFESSES Admita Deliberate Murdar Aft*r Serv Ing Manalaughter Term. Taaaaqaa, Pa . June 2.?Mlke Oabor. il.lai.- who aaraai .la yeara ln prlaon. being convieted of ruanalaugh r CBBSbal the death of I st-.rv Berea raara ago, diei a. the r* ault of a min* accident at No. 10 col Uery. ??foia dying Gabor aald h. did not want to pass away with a He oa hia Hp*. and hf then confeas*d that tbe alaying of Story had been deliberate. entitllng him to a flrst degree v. had t!ie ta . known. SHOT DEAD IN QUARREL Neighbora' Diapute at Nicholaon, Pa , Enda In Murdar. Scranton. l?a., June 2 ?At Mlchol aon. near bara, Harry Spragua ahot and killed Thomaa Greenwood, the kllling belng the outome of a neigh bor'a quarrel. Sprague went into hl i house pirked up a ahotgun and oam* out and ahot Oreenwood b?for? he waa able to get awa\ larthquake Orphane arwaaaa*a OtNtt*. Romo. June l.~On the lnvitatlon of Quaeti Helena. 200 rhlldren who were made orphana by the earthquaka In Slcily and Calabrta. attended a garden party ln honor of tha elghth blrthday of PYlnoeaa Yolande Two Downed While Fiahlng. South Yarmouth. Masa . June 2. ? While Edward L. Oarcelon. a retlred real eatate hro'.er of Roatoa, waa fiah? lng with Wllliam Kenney. Jr. of thla vlllage, and a boy, Oeoge O'Brlen. Jr., thair boat waa upaat by a aquall and the two man were drowned Tha boy waa saved Klng Al'onso Fell From Horae. Madrid, June 2. ? Klng Alfonso. while playlng polo, fell from hia horae. He stiffered a aevere sprain af the aakle. ?, laiaaf 8uprama Court Adjourna. Washington, June 2.?The aupreme court of the United Statea cloaed Its preaent term and adjourned until the second Monday la October. nwJUNE 1809 ?l?JXOTfl|a\*JlJlJniT!|t;l|a**| Jtim 4.5.1617 I6I7I8JI