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V.VI101-K NUMBER 13.33:..
RICHMOND. VA.t WEDNESDAY. APRIL 25. 1894. THREE CENTS PER COPT. POSTAL STATIONS. Ile Anihoriilf.s A?iw to Establish Two in Richmond. ? ?iOODE-EPES CASE A,Siim?i( <?f < turntet llefor*? the Home ? oliti ilt????? SB I In I'm'? "? Mkhlng I ? t.....lp ot llil.ie??. \ Aj.nl Mb?(Special.)-- j tit!?. \\ ,?. liad ?mother confer? ii . li G??'?1 Attutatimi n tu reference to ' ? s in 1.1? h \lr ' .1 Um mittt-r had ?? ?. and ihe de io Ih?? e*iaMifih- ! ? ??? ? tit ?t?:? Bsoeaenl ? , na In Rial mood, Mr. -t ? tiftKCtie tn this rnat ..- t.. 1, ? < oiigratulaU.l on hin lay called if the Treaxiit? an I tt ?? ' Internal Ravenna t?. :' . .a t?. prevent Id?? Ih- ? r, a* wa* ??G"????!" ?. in- ' f ??? f earn. This re- j sn an mm h ??r?- ' ? ta the I I titr,. * in thi* rnnt- ? ? ? ? prom ? thi?? ry to gi ml *tii?? ? ? . ? .?. } I) ?t t;.? .u pat tments ' \\ liutT, of \1 , ? ..? - ? no wot thy ?..Idler. ? WIVE i'^i.'. ' "IN \??. ?? . .?t inir?. . ICM ? IB ?. lay, r?v "request, a < ???; 11 ? i-rfiity ? . tais. ? ,? rive ben until I la reported 1 Aolll in . ?? iban, ???? dl? ? to-day, . ? Senator ' da attorni . ?. vi mor ??'?' iia? ? ? ? ,-.? M ? , ninth ?'??? '? ? tb? reported In favor , ? ? . ? ,,, ?,., ? aati bMebcd in county. Lilly Bhaford, county, ? ' ' : ? ..it?, ? trotina, ?... ??. Ufferty, ?: hm ' ?*?? ? .?, . ; Harrison. Frede . ? r ??-.? ??. '? ?, f. Trip? , ::. ?n ! W. Il ??. |b ? n. THE COODEEPES CASE. i:i,im,.i Visan ?..i?i."i tie Qaand \. m.?! 111?? I?ciii>?? ritlic ?I "iilf-lt?.?. . ,? . , -, \? ril '-'i -??-!'?' lai I ?.? tad ? of 0 ?, , ? , rtIons. Tin? room wn ? | ? when U?e argument . n.? sitting r, was on \\?\? early with his ; ti ? 11 M inn, of Notte? ' nt, ? ' :, nl J. I ? pr?s ut. and hl? j ?? it ? t?; n ? I ? k county : ? ? ? R >.:.">,?? im | ?. ? ?? ? II ? mmtttn w re ? to order, and then of thi ih?? Houn . ?.. Including , ,?. ? ? Bwan- ? Ilth, ,? ? Tyl r. \ ?? ??.?. Is s ???? nil? r il? .?. and SU ? ill I? ill his ' .'. ? .i:-? i. n ? .:? -?, had an hour I ?n . . ? ? opening argu ? nt? t-tnt Was ina.le , .??? ? rrls ? twin need by telling ?? hn re.-old , ; ? ,?. . med to on th* ' ommlttee thai . | ? ??.?????? \ ? ? ? ' ? ill |.?t-l?ai.?..? ' t?l)?' that ?'.?!?????? ifederate army. ? election 11\? s ?.f the s:,u??, ? ? ? th?? ol 1 and the a -? nt I ? lecth_n-boe ? ? ? appointed l ?? n. ?? ? ita h id a m ? i"t Ity at of tbi can? J idge Hat I is also , \ ? t.t? nded that, their ? lai He ?vent Into de? ? it.?? commtttn with all . an t I. Ctlon, in I Fourth D trlct had . publican. Col t h ? ha ? t???? n formerly a t elei ii"ii tm ..n the Ived !'lit ti? all ?t ? ? ? . ntlre Bi publican vote. ' ?:? ? : OF FRAUD. u.at be hlmnlf r : ? iiki t very much \. : bs ?? m ? !!i - ? that oui d the ? ?? ? pre? ? ? I ths i rec??ete ? .?. thi \? i? ".?t by tt Hi ? l?? nt. Coloa l ted, > 1? cted I ?? a ?.. Judge H ich chargei but I to al ?w n?. the p ny taken .. rn le obj ? t on the put it a fair . ? ? '?? incta .??? thi most ii. ? i\\ ? had ???????? s??! nt . thai some ' ' : ' ? ? .?? in. t." Itti ? ttiat the el? Ron - did their doi <? by Um Ta? unni!?? r and nearly | it ? ? with .! an] ? ??? ? ? - than any? ? f.?r It? ? . ' aa old ? arpet : the purp ? iarda . Judge Hal it ot.? went to ? greed to the throw ? ? ? ? .? ?. they had ?-?? ira - ? Ige Hirn? ? on? * ;? thrown oui il ?? the ballots ? I ' " ' l'I ? ? threw ont a ? I it vu of ebeattng, Virgin ? ? - believed thai " ell . ??as th! "lu-1 ?a,v ni ? ?w <?G VIROIN1 \ \ . ml? ob th? mbji el ot ? ? halioti a a the ? \t fi r mn m ;_> Hm ?, | ? M Ih? ?'??.umili.? i had ??? ?n m ?rally tbrown ? - ? ? ed In tl ? lan ai Uni : wer? ? ? iiio'tat*. nformed tb? cosontM a tbe barde?! ? ?> ? ? itile lo argua ?. t- iun Um pnetnets tbrowa "ut ?? iti.?.,! any , ? ? ? Ths ? turns ?ver.? e ?mplete, trlct m Um Unti ?i s sti s . ? in ??? it. r afe-ape? '"?t Um ? ? ? Id BOI taks am ? t ??, , .. ? nu tant at rhen *.?? no Ju?? Bntl ? la ? ?t the precincts, i-nd he hoped ? ? ??..in.! give Um ? m to Ma ? nt* ? ? thai ? .?ton??: ?i -t ga Men flarfe onvicUi | i, ?n.? ante "? ' fo o I guilty of traici. I ' ? . lection?." ??. ? ?. ?r. a? with ?mp.ia?!1*, and ,' ???'? meni that Mrginta gtojdt had unfortunately been ?du vat cd to believe they were doing right In sane? ti indi? auch practice! a? he had relate?!. Judge Harria spoke for three ?p?mera ??f ?n hour, and then he gave a-ay to Mr. Hrent, who nddMst???! the com ml I tee. He ?lid n,?t agn?.? exactly ali h hla fellow at? torney on behalf of Colonel doodt?. Judge Harria, aa ahown above, ?aio? pretty handy Hi ,!.?:?!?!? the people of the district with who!? aal?? frauda In the Interest of Mr. Ff??. Mi: FUFNT Fll'l/IMATIC. Mr. Breal started out boldly by paying he did t, ? eharga fraud on the pert of the Democrats <?f ihe Fourth 1 ?latrici. H? ??,,? potg ..o? ful nn?l diplomatic, and BBftoothed th?? thing ,??.?? ani varaBbei it ex-jutslielj i? sasertlng that he be? ; the boards had thrown oui th? ?? under "a a?saaeBsabeaBea of ?luty." Once more Mr Hrent aald he I no fraud, mi! then he went on te exp?alo the election law? of virginia, and SOiae of the diltlcultlea counsel for eonteataal had in inking testimony and getting cotone] for the other aide to ?'?"in te th?? aerateli," aa It were. Ut, lu. m apoke most fluentlv and f't'it.i.? in the ?brief lime he ?iijilafl eau than ?? ? Bikratea in aB, MR fi Ut, He waa fallowed by Boa, .lame? f. in ?i "??n hehelf. Be ni regarde in the I altad? d <" tha chargea that had ? '?*? '' ? an and his part/, ? thirty-two ??.?, t.,1 precincts, ! he ??? I thai ??' ?: ? have to ??>? lodged by " - on th i? cord. Tb it ra ?rd ol the ludgas of eise ti p The thirty-two pieclacta alluded t<> red over i< n rirtiBtiaa. Why ? ni fit the contt-stant'B attorneys ??>. ninlii?? the ' ? ? Ion, and Sad - al if ihe pi? ? in.???. I d been raj? ??-1? Id thej examine the ?. ? ivas easy d. make . but the proof ? hould i>?? pre nnd they had BOJ dor??? It. Only sixteen Of tl ? ?. ? .? hum. d. There were ninety-six jiulge?, and yet ? ? mi.??.I only sixteen, and to only f um? judges ?v re tbe poll?booka rd if tli pr. ? InCtS had >?--*,, r,? '? ted th veil.? ? coul ? h iva b 11? oauun? ind V t ?oiliest.in! in his brief con- j tented himself with abusing the commi?-1 ? ? tuse they (th commissioners) ? ini not Bummoa the Judges and examlae ' \\ lu n ?h' depositions were taken in the vati,ms conni,.s it would liav? !.? .?,, .,?, ' ,--. nailer for the contestant and bis attorneys i" have gotten the ?"???? nioiiv of the Jodi?? s. Tin? eighty iudg??, ?ho ??? ?,? noi ?xamlaed ars ? ?? in tins ? Mr Epee then read fr..m the reeonl in a previ case, hen lu Ige Mariis ? is ?n y before the Bl ?ctkma Ooromit ihow that the ' ?. tie id.?t had V? ry dirr?!!??!?. opinions then from those he ? IK \? i' ?.? ? Hi?? i'oltit Judge Hurl? made. and ? ? which Mr. Epe? referred, wn? that ' of election ahould hav?? been ex nmit ? Mr. Rpea to >k up pome of the test!- ' m?? ? in the record in regard to the re* ? pre? in ?ta In ?ari,,us eoenth ? <>t the district, and hud ili?? oommlttee foi I..V him carefully as h.> attempted to Bkow that contestant's attorneys hid not proved their chargea The testimony, he . ntend I, allowed thai In rapesUsd la etances the ballota and poll-lists were not Seated, as the law required. Fallut*, ns mmii ?onere ti atlft? ??. were brought to ih? in in colls and rolls, and Brere dB? arrant: ?. No one would rseetVO an ex I?'? ? packagi even thai was broken apea and not ??,ale!. The statute of Virginia was mandatory ??? Ih" ? olite? tant and his attorneys to show bow toe ballota happened to be broken open, in Brunswick county, for they did ind examine cierk Turnbull, when it could meet easily have I.I"ii". Mr. Epea also eoateaded that it was ? ? for the conie tant to have pre? due? ? thi ballote, but they made bo effort In tlils direction. Mr. Ep s .??,,,?,? with much Vigor und force, ani araa Itatened to wiih the greatest interest by the raembers of the ct'lllllllili ". .11 UGH MANNS ??.'?G????. .lull;?' Mann follOW?rd Mr. BPM In an iiiKunini "?' more than flfty mlBBtea, ounsel for conti elee Uri i di KSponalblllty for the conduct of the ? behalt of hla client. Be refem I to the counties compriaing ttie Foarth ? ani ?? minded the oommlttee that i; was m u? section of Hi?? ?State known as the "black belt." There was a tr< mendoua negro population, bul he tkanked Ood iii?? negroes wen? at Ust beginning ? . ?- .? ... the people who were reaUy frlendl) to them, and were voting the D?mocratie ticket if Qoode was elected ., . lami? ?. he muai have received over I".??! Republican votes, und be ?liti noi believe this for Weaver aad Field re "iily about Fol? votes in the ?mile ? Th? platform of ti." Populist party being at such variance with the platform of the Republican party, it was not probable that all these RepubUcane roted lor Qoode. W nen the t..litest was begun, Judge M ton said, Mr. Thorp, tt?.? counsel ef Colonel Qoode, wrote Mr. Epea a letter fui: ..f ambiguity. Finally, after much pontlence, Colonol Qoode refused to go into tbe matter and count the ballota in answer to a direct question asked by Ur. Lockwood, of New York, Judge Mana Ha?? ? there waa ? ? ? ? t a recount of the ballota. Contest?e and his attorneys pro? . ? count, but Coton? ? Qoode was not willing. Then Mr. Patterson, ,,f Tennessee, ask??.] if tii.? pr? ?m? i. referred to be ? be? a really tlil"??ll "lit To this Judge Mann B-M he held with Mr. Epes that the record did not show lli.il the |de. lints had h en thrown out. in reply to a question if there araa any law ??? compri a recount, Judge Mann s ?? ti.? could have had a recount by can ? Si,,|| ,,! the conteste??. Ill ..? Mann sail the theory of his client and himself waa ihat tha fcpubUcaaa of trie! would not support ih?? Third laid? and form ' an alliance with Hein. Th, ? believed that they bad not voted the Populist ticket, and oa that theory were perfectly willlog to hav.? a r.mat, .,,,- o,.,, Brere ronlMenl that James F Epee had received a clear majority of the votea caat? Maim t?>ld the Committee als, thai hla aide aubmltted a proposition to tl.il., ? ? ids that WOUl 1 hive .'?'tllol the case in hve davs, and prevented it from ever having come befare the tona mltlee. MANN AFA1NST HM'.lllS. Judge Mann BBd Judge Harris had a llvelj arguBMnt ov r a little record the latter mad?' when he was a member of ,().? i;i, ctiona Committee of the Hoeae Mann, With ? vident glee, read the opinioni of Judge HaiTB us then es> bul s,? different from the posi? tion ? ik? p bj him to-daj as oaa of ooua? sel for .1 Thomas ? !.??, Poptlll I BOa? I from the Fourth Virginia Die ?rl- < judge Mano .?-?? there could have been mt. There was recoins t.. the courta, ??.?? 11 eonteatee had resisted a ? contestant had plenty of time, and m ? u h aa ? ? rerj lr?_taBee a maa? d.nuns could bava beea obtained compel?* |u Igeo "f electtoB to make the ,,. II' Un y had such It good ? ?. did not ui > apply to the courta? I hi- sue took no te.-ti ? , . -oa trait thej oaai Idered it t ntlrely unnei easary, In aaktag all the iiueutlon? complained ?,t by the attorner? for the contestant. Jude',? Mann ...,id Hi y had BO Intention Bl Wasting lime. They Wanted lo estal? i, ?, the taci as to how many ltepubll cana voted for Epea Ooateataat should ivo Maintained ef any waste of for ids attorneya e*aated twenty deya before th? > bei ia 04 eretlona. Mana created a ??<???? ?leal of meni in reviewing som?? of the t??? I'litnu: to the election In Prince county. A negro area wh? ap? point? I a Fnit.?,! Suites inspector. When ned and isked for whom lie hud ? ?;,? i. aald: "I dunao, sab; an' 1 kin ? ?,,-., i. ." The darky's allusions fee the Third party ?eapli, as qqoted ?by Judge Mann. w ? re in'ciisely ludlcmua and : much laughter in the ooeamhtso It" 111. The statute?. Jiulge Mann reminded tbe committee, required thai the testim??n> of be I du.d t?, writing, but thla ?.?? '!? ???? "iily in the counties which had bean visitad ?.y ??. Thorp, cmv of the counsel ?.,? <;,-."ii . Hits had I ?eta done In HruiiMWick, JL.U aeahurg, and gr-waeerUle, but had not beea done in Prince l?iward, Amelia, Bu b? ?. and other eouatlee, an?l Judge Mann. after rendit??; fiutn various de? cisions of ?(.urtH In u number of States. ,1 as of til?? Supreme Court of the ? ,, ?. ? gtates, iii?!?ie,l that the counties n.. ???, t. in which the Uw bad not been compiled with should Ite thrown out. He explained precinct after precinct, ami Uie membri s "f ihr committee asked fr? ?-.ueii t questions on ltd? Roe to establish ! whMher1 or not the law had been vio? lated. IRHECICLABITIES. At Hutier'H-Htore Precinct, In Brunswick county the return* were not even signed, and from another precinct. In Prince Ed? ward county, came returns which ?tated that Epea had received ? many vote* and Ooode *o many. They did not ?tate the ofllce voted for, aa the law require?. Conteatant could have gotten a man damn* compelling the judge* to a.lgn the returns. Hut he did not do it. In Mecklenburg the poll-book* were al? lowed to be handled by almoat anybody. Thi* wa* Uoo?le* own county, and It wa* shown by the te*tlmony that the ll*t? had not ?Seen properly *??aled. They had been handled, and the Kepubllcan clerk In Mecklenburg county had violated the Btatute or Virginia. Judge Mann aald he did not mean to charge the clerk or Colonel dande with having opened tfene list* for the purpose ?>f (Im.liig. hut by bHng unsealed the list* were opti ? to suspicion. Judge Mann having been Interrupted du? ring hi* argument, so often by Judge Har? ria, tht? committee gave the former fifteen minutes a?l?iltloiial time, and in that time he powerfully advocated the case of hi* clltnt. quoting authorltle*. precedent?, and tlM Ilk?? in ? BMSt impre*?ivo manner, in ?I told a very d-VM anecdote to head ?.If tin- Itocklngham county lawyer. In closing hi* remarks. Judge Mann appealed In stentorian tones to the corn? ili, ti??.? to d?-c|.le th- case in accordance with the law and the facts, and he be? lieved and hojK'd that when they con tMoro? carefully th?? record, they would decid.? th?? matt' r in favor of Congress ana Bpse, a btgh ntndad. hoaeehbl? ???? tleinan, who did not want the Beat if he had not !><>en honestly elect? 1. THORP FOR ciiNTK.-sTANT. Mr. Tfearp elaaed the argument In be hair of the contestan*. When h<? robe he had a long ?trlng of newspaper clippings In hi* hand, from which he commi need to read. He said they were editorials, and went on to explain that this paper editorially declared that Epe* had not been ?looted, but that a partisan com? mittee of a iKnii" T.itie House would never mi?, at fctn, That wa? the intent of Mr. Thorp-? opining, and wh>n th?? m?nahen of tin? eeaunlttn looked sur? prised, nnd Mr. PajrBtn, Of Kentucky, acked fron what paper he read, th?? an? s??., r waa, "The Richmond Time?." Another member wanted t?> know what was the politics of th? paper, and then Mr. Thorp said, "I ? mot tratte," and uii ?lertook to prov hy some further glBBTO? lit th?? clippings h?? had pasted together. and his ?ubnquent remark? that flnator liaiii. I had in B?HM ?vay said th" Tlm???? ?vas Democratic It was all Or??? k 1? the committee, .xcepl Mr. .lone?, who, When Mr. Thorp tried to make It iipp-ur that S.riator Daniel had given the 'lim??? an sndonanM Bl as to its Democracy, quietly ask??! Ulm if the Times ?vas u fne-siiv.r paper, but Mr. Thorp did not answer. Further on in bla argument Mr. Thorp Claimed that there wen other papers In Virginia that denounced th? fraudulent election la the district, but he ?lid aoi name them. He contended thai Mr. Bpn ??as not'elected, and could not be elected if h? were to run nuain. ("".?oil?? was elect? fd, and his num.? was on b th th?? 1'opulist andtthe Republican tickets. Mr. Thorp charged that then aren Democratic heelers In the district who h ifi done cheating, and <bnl?d that contest??? bad proved that Republicana In any gnal number had vot.i] for him. A* in instance of the absurdity Of such u thing ii?? said they claim d ? "eoek^eyed negro bully" was a Republican, and had vol.'d for him. This fellow? v,as a Democrat. Mr. Tlmrp said they had BOUght to piove by the frl-nds of Bpn that Good? had l"'ti counted out. It ?vould have done no g ol to have examined partisans on the? other side. Than men had voted for Kpcs. but they won'?! never do so ?ic ,\n it they had the than? e. Mr. Thorp said. The balance of Mr. Thorp's argument was devoted to explaining In ?1<?(.? il tii?? alleged rejection Of precincts, and how they hud attempted to prove by the re? cord that the precincts were thrown out on shallow t?-chnlcalltles. He went from county to county, and also d.-tiled there was any authority of law In Vii gitila for a recount of ballots Among other listeners to the argu? ti!'nts befan the committee, in addition to those mentioned above, were Congres?. man l'enee, the Populist m?ml?"r from Colorado, ?vho made a number of BpeedMB In virginia last year, and ex-Goagreaa? man John It, L?ngsten. LAW FOR POSTAL STATIONS. Condition. Inder Which They May lie K*tabll*hetl, Postmaster Ci!lling?vorth will visit lial tiraoro the latter part of the week t.. examine Into tile working* of the postal station.* of that city. Kn route home h?? will stop in Washington to confer with the department relative to the establish? ment of four stations in this city. Th?? Inn governing the granting of these addi? tional faciliti?* reads: "Th.? Postmaster-? on'Tal, when the pub? lic convelli, in?? requires It, may establish Mithin any post-otllce ?lelivery one or mor?? branch Offlcn for th?? receipt and ?le li??!.?? r.f mall an.I the sale of stani'.s and envelope?, and he shall prescribe th?? nil.s and regulations for the government thereof. Hut in? letter ?hall be sent for delivery t" any brandi offln contrary to th.? rOQUCal ..f th?? party to whom it la addrensd. s >? h amen an? regarded as a part of th?? post-office with which they are connect.si, arc subject to th? poetai laws and regulations, ? far a? me are applicai.le. and are to b? governed thereby, and by such orden us the postmaster may prescribe not in? consistent therewith." tmong Um ?dies of less popula? tion than Richmond which have posti?! stations ari- th?? following: Canni? ?. ?. J.? Chu lesto]., S. c : De* Moines, la.; La Croni, Wis.; Memphta, Tenn.; Naah ville, Tin?.: Oakland, Cal.; Portland, Or??. : Hiitlan.l, Vt.: Los Angeles, Cai.. Taunton, Mass.; Topeka, Kan.; Williams port, l'a.; Atlanta, Ca., ani?! .ennlngton, Vt. HE GETS FIVE YEARS. I'iiiilftliineiit for Hie Slayer of Kotiert llittkett?Oilier ftiiut New?. Thomas I.ee [?rooks (colored), charged with the murder of Robert Hackett, ?t..? tilt-1 la the IIiistliiKS Court yesterday and ssBtennd i?> the pentteatlary f.?r fln yeais. The illfliculty between these men occurred last Octnhsr, at the corner of Kifth and Canal luneta ll.tckctt had his throat cut In the affray and died soon afterward? it arsa about ?? ??'clock ??lien the jury cam?? In with a vcnllct In accordali..? ??itti the above. Delia (?ardtier, a negro woman who ?as a witness ln the caee, ?vas sent to jail for twelve month* for falsely Intlfy? ing. This was the result of the vast dlf ?, rann between her evidence lie fore the Coioiier's jury and the Statement during >. .-tt nlay's trial. Ihe other caires ln the Hustings Court yesterday were as follows: Eugene Pugh (colored), charged ?.itti stealing ? pistol and a sum of money from Andrew Nelson, was sent to jail for fifteen ?lays and lined $600. Rldaard Gibson (colored), charged with entering ? freight-car of the Richmond, Fred? ricksb'.irg and Potomac railroad and steali.g ? lot of brooms, the property of the reformatory, was sent to jail for six: month.?;. lu ihe lirw and Equity Court yesterday the following suits were Instituted: Tholl vs. Tholl, ault in chancery. Injunction granted. C. ('. Maxwell va. ?. L. Waring, Jr., gull In chancery. tm*m?*****mamm**mm*mm The Kvulutloi? of medical agent? !* gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pill?, draughts, and vegetable extract? to the rear, and bring? ing Into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative?Syrup of Fig*. To get the true remedy aee that It 1* manufactured by tire California Ftg-8yrup otmpauy only. For nl? by all leading druggists._ Auction of I'nti-ually Fin? furniture. Excellent Piano, Fine Moquette Car? pet?, Massive Oold-UIlt Mantel Mirrer?, splendid Mahogany,, Cherry, and Walnut Cramber Suit?, Cabinet?, Turkish Parlor Suit, etc., will be ?old at Mr. Jacob Kdel'a. No. 614 weat Franklin atreet. at auction on Wednesday, April tftb, at 10:10 A. M. Our facilities for ?xseutlag all kinds of job printing an unsurpaaeed. Send us your orear? and you wUI fes glnsid with ?ur work and price?. THE KIDS AIE SHORN. SMod's I-QU?I ???etes Strip ?_?p? ol ill *??\ Gto7? - -j BLAHKEISHIPS POOR PITCfilUG. The Moentalee?-re "el -a??*?. All Over the , Field and Have Tlilega Their Own -?V?,?ii?n?e? Maewher*. The aecon?! game between the Staunton and Richmond clubs. ptoyM at Weet-Knd Park yestenlay afternoon resulted in the home team being defeateu by a score of 12 to t Hlankenshlp cause?l the trouble. He pit? hed in horrible form. The "Valleyltee" got On to him early in the game, and oh. how they did whack tbe ball. There ap peared to be no difficulty In their placing the ?phere anywhere they ?aw nt. It wa* Just aa easy aa eating enow. BtBry man who clutched the aah found him, and but for the clever fielding, the ?core would probably hi.''?? been 12 times 12. About 300 cranka and root.ra w-nt to the game In preference to taking In the clrcua. hoping to gee a repetition uf Mon.lay'a exciting content but they were wofully llBaillllllBliI and many were the groana t? be heard on all ?1'1<**? Whfle iAthrop, the mountain pitcher, only gave two men their hases on halls, "our friend" Flank? n sl.ip sent seven oaUer.s to tirsi by wild pttchtag. H.? ?ildn?t ?trille out many. either, 'cause be eealia'L In th?- eighth inning the whole home team went to p.???:**?. and ??> matter wh.re a mountaineer would hit a ball? ai, 1 they all hit them?it would toe .safe fur a base-hit or a tao heggir. Several times there wa? auch a mixture of the men as they cha???l aft-r hoi b-Ba that It was almost an impopelbillty to tell whom to award th? errors, gtt error? were mad?? ii>- the Rlekaaood boya, while only two were made by the visitors. BBOTJB vi:i:v wfi.i,. The game afeBfCfd off rather smoothly. The home club came to '.he hat, and warI given a blank In the first inning. They ?lid likewise with th? Ir opponente In the Bal half of this round. Napier, Morgan, and liuckl.y a? nt ?lown In one. two three aider In the second, ami then the fun start.?!. Telgltr went to llrst on four balls, and was followed by Hart wick, who got there on an error. Fultz batl.d an ?asy ball, and by the horrible manipulation of the ?phere on the part of all in tha lull? Id, nil ihre.? of the run? ners scored. Th. side wan then retired. l?anki'tishlp came to the bat In the next Inning for Richmond, and was thrown out at first. Kaln fl-w out to /?-igler, and little "Baby** Phillip?, the ?tar of the nine, made a base-lilt. H?? ?toh? ? con?!, ani when Foster, who f .||.,we?l him to ihe but, knock??! a "but?.?" Into axtreaBS centre field "l'.aby" scored. Foster went to th:rd on a passed nail, an 1 scored when Tat?: made a safe hit. West then picked up the ash and knocked ? fly Into Zeljfler's hands, which stuck, nnd the side was retired with Tate on second. ALL THFIU OWN WAV. This virtually end? ?1 the contest ?o far a? the horn?' hoys were cone traed. Th. y made no BBora run?. Things th?>n pro greaaird smoothly until th?? eighth inning, when Little distinguished hlms If. ?-;,uk. Soberer, and Arther were aa th?? thr? 8 baga when he cam?? to the bat. Bl struck tit the lind lall that cam?? his way, and hit It solidly. It floated out on th?? am? bient air, far 88X988 the players' loads, all'i saii-.i Beati? ??ver taft-BeB feaea All of the players came In, and Little, amid ? seminili ua ?-h-ers, greased the ? ate behind Urna, Behring a home-run. Base* blte and tWO-baggera wer.? the or I? r of ih?? dey then, and FlatiKcnship waa lite rslly knocke I ? i.t ,,i ?he bos. The mountaineers scored s ?-it runs In this liiiiin*. They did not ] lay th? Ir portion of th?? nini h inning, as they were fully satis!,,??! with the raaeoante ihey had wreaked ??? the Rlcfaasondera for havlnx shut th. m out In the gam- Monday. The two teams play Bgalfl to-day. and to-morrow the Roaaokea start a three? daya* angagameni here, Here is jester? day's BOore In ?letali: nit-HM??.\liS. Playera. A.B. it. H. o. a. k. Kam. s. a..', 0 ? o o 1 PhUlipa c. f.r? ? " 2 o o Foster, r. f. & c. .. 3 1 1 6 0 1 Tate. Ih. 3 0 16 0 1 West. 21?. 4 0 o 4 3 1 Napier, :'?h. t n | 2 2 0 Morirmi. 1. f. 4 0 1 1 ? | Huckmaii, <?. 1 11 1 1 0 ?J VYarmsley, r. f. 3 ? ? 1 o 1 Blaakeashlp, p. ... 4 0 1 0 1 1 Totals . G.6 2 ?) 21 6 STA F NT? ??. Playera; A.B. R. H. o. A. e. Clark, a a.?? 1 1 0 3 l flisierer. c f.4 1 1 1 0 | A ? tli? r, c.". 1 2 .'. 0 0 i.i I tie. lb.4 2 2 H 0 I Selgtor, 21..4 1 0 8 2 ? llattwick. Ml..11113 1 Fultz, 1. f.4 I I i 0 0 Thompson, r. ?.lilil? Lathrop, ?.3 | 1 0 1 g| Totals . 33 U 11 27 9 I SCORE Bl INNINOS. 1 ? I ? G, G 7 8 9 Richmonds .0 0 2 0 0 1) 0 0 0? 2 Statuitomi.03000117 ?-12 Bhirnsi runs -Richmond, I; Staunion. 10. 11 m.? run- i.itti??. Two-base hits?Fultz. Thontpeon, Bergen, and Poeter. First bese on errors?Hichmonds. 1; Stauntoiis, 1 Fis. .11 lulls ?'If Fiai.k.ri.shlp, 7; off Lathrop, t Left oa baaee lUchaaneida, ': Staunion, 7. Struck out-Fy Flankenshlp. i: by i_!hrL?p, :.. DeabB play -Weet and Tat.?. Passed balta?Arther. I; BuckmaB, : TtaM of Kam??, lSA Fmpliv, Mike fj/Rourka, ^^^^ A WATERLOO FOR R0AN0KES. PetaeahaegB Wta By a score ??r gg to 0 Hutlle.l Mountain Player?. PKTERSHFRI?. VA., April 2l.-(Spe. ?InD-The last of the Serica of Kam s ???u? .n Um ltoanok.? ani home trama resulted In a Waterloo for th.? vlsltora. The Roanok.-s were unable to ?Cor.? a run. vihile the hum? bteUB I or?"! twentv i.ve 1 ui.?. 11.? baited Nevea BaBweoka. and O'Bagaa Bl their leisure. Tne visi? tors arer? rattled from the jump, when ih? homi? team batted out four runs In the ins?? laatag. The asnee team made runs in every tanfaag excess! the tifth and s renth, while UM visitor? only succeeded in ?.-Mine, tWO m? ? as far us third base. K..r. man, for the bOBM team, pitched a. wonderful game, only three single hita being mad? of! his ?ithv ry. Be was per. f -ny aapported h>- Ihe rest of the home team, not an error b-in?: BBBrgBd atta lust any of them. The game was called by Umpire Clements in th?? tdKhth inning ou an? .unt of darkness. The following la the score: Petersburg .I 119 0 5 0 d-2G> It'UiiH'k?? .00000000?0 Hummary: Ha Her I""? Foreman and Krc fer; Moina, iioibrook?. CBagaa, and Smith. llase-hits-Off Foreman. I; Neves. ?j; 11 ilbrooke, ?: O'Hagan, It). Two-base nd G??????? ?-'?. H''xii?. Sanford (2). Home-runs -Hrolle and Kelly. Stolen bases?Boucher (2). Sunford. Foreman, and ? 'rocket t. Struck out?Foreman, 9; Neves. 2; O'Hagan, 1. Ha*??a on ball??Foreman. :,': Nt vea. 4; Holbrooke, 2; O'Hagan, 3. Wild pitches?Nevea, 1: Holbrooke. 2; O'Hagan, 1. Eern??d runs?Petersburg, I. Double playa?Freck, Kverson. and Crock? ett. Errors??Boon ?ke. 1. T:me of game, 2 hours and 15 minutes. Umpire, F. K. Clements. _ THE CAPETS IN HARD LUCK. Wake-Korea!? liefest Them by a licore of 14 to l-Vnlalereedag (Jame. LEXINQfON, VA., April ?.-(Special.) The game here to-day between the Vir? ginia MUitary Institute and Wake-For? rest College resulted in ? score of U to 1 tn favor of-the tatter. The teams lined up as follows: Virginia Military Institute?p. Cock?*-. first base; Miller, right field; Hheflleld, short-stop; Coole-, catcher; Moore, third base; Morgan, second base; Correen (cap? tain), left field; M. Cocke, entre field; Blscoe, pitcher. Wake rorest-Klmkall. first baas; Royal!, right field, -V?tor, ahert-atep; Stafford, catcher; J. Holding, third ban: 8. Holding, ?econd ban; Jobea, left field; Daniel ?captain?, centre held; Smith, pitcher. ? The game was uninteresting through? out, as the cadets wen decidedly off and played in hard luck from the beginning to the end. Ulacoe knocked a home run In the eighth Inning and aaved tbe home team from being gooae-egged. Summary: Wake-lV??1 battery. Smith and Stafford; ?truck out by Smith. 13; home run*. .Stafford and Taylor. Vir? ginia Military Institi le battery, BI*coe and Cootea; struck out by Bieco? *. home run, Pisene. Attendance, 50). Umpire, Maxwell, of Washington and Lee Uni? versity. Opening at KorfolB. NORFOLK. VA., April 24.? League Park wa? pai-ke-1 with people thi? afternoon to see the opening game of the Norfolk nine ln the State League championship ?erte?, when they defeated the Lynch burg team by a ?core of 9 to nothing. The game was won by the superior battery work and heavy batting of the local?. Score: R. H. E. Norfolk .504000000?9 8 1 Lynchburg .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o? 0 6 7 HatP-rlen-Coiliri.iwer and Hodge; Mc Kenna and (ilas*. Southern A**oclaMon Ball. CHARLESTON, S. C, April 24 -Score. R. H. E. Charteeton .0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 1-7 11 0 Mobile .0 0 0000000?0 4 2 Ilatterlis: Klopf and Fl"<ls; OBfl ani Trost SAVANNAH, GA., April 2l.-Seore: R. H. E. Savannah .J 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?S 3 1 Naehvill?. .010000000?l 7 2 P.atteries: Ramsey and Jantzen; Por? cher, Pratt, and Webst r. ATLANTA. ??., April tl floeWl R. H. E. Atlanta .? I 2 1 ? 2 0 0-1 :i 16 3 New Orleans.00010201-4 1- S Batt rles: Cono?, r aad B?yie; R.aun and Schabel. MACON, GA.. April 24.-Score: R. H. E. Macon .00200403 3-1. II . M'ttiphl? .000000022?4 10 3 Batteries: Hill, ???? r, and ?? Courage; Mason and Bulan. National Leagne (lame*. At Paltlmore: R. ?. E. Baltimore .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 11-l? l? 3 Boston .0 2 0000 10 0? 3 8 2 Batteries: McMahon und Robinson; Att? ratta and (?anzel. At Brooklyn: R. II. E. Brooklvn .110 0 0 0 2 0 1-5 p 7 Philadelphia. .4 4004 1360-22 15 1 Battertni ?< rwaa, Kennedy, Ln Chance, and lai.ry; Cars-y, Clement?, Grady, and Croes. At Washington: It ?. ?. Washington .0 0 10 0 10 4 0?6 8 3 New York.11 (?00 000 1-3 9 0 Batteri-s: Petty and McGutrt ; Husb? and Farr? II. At Louisville: R. ?. ?. TxniiMVlll?? .002 102002?7 8 3 Pittsburg .100000200?3 8 3 Batteries: M? nei'-e and Grim; Nichols and flagdi n. At St. Louis: R. ?. E. St. Louis.0 2 5010001-9 17 4 Chicago .0 0 112 0 10 0-5 10 6 Battertn: C-srkaoa ami Baefeley' Me? Gill and Klttrld\;e. At Cincinnati: R. ? ? Cincinnali .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 2 2 Cleveland .o <? o o o oo o i?l 3 s Battertn: Parrott and VauKhan; Young an 1 Zimin r. INTER-C'iLLKCIATE. WASHIM.?'lX, Api II L'I.?Georgetown l'nivi.sity easily defeated the Trinity College (Conn.) ball tsnat ben to-?lav. Score: R. H. E. Ccixetown .4 0 5 24315-3! 2?! 5 Trinity .030311 0-8 9 4 Battertni Oeatgsiaaa cniaaady ani M.ihonev; Trinity?Buell, Penc?se, and Williams. TURF EVENTS NOTABLE. The Clima- at Memphis to l'omo To Day? Montgomery Slakes. MEMPHIS. TENN.. April 2I.-The races to-day at Montgomery Park w?>re such as to electrify the public, but six fairly good events were run off, the tal-nt getting the worst of the ?lay. The one and-one-eighth-tniio ran between Ulnae, KbM Marlon, and Chimes was declared off. To-morrow tlvre will be the grandest race of th?? meeting, the Montgomery stakes at one and 0B0 eighth mll?s. Th? ???\? Memphis Jockey Club has added II."rt to the original amount of added mon? y. and the wlun? r will carry off som-thing Ilk?? ??? The starters a* sold la-night ln the ?moling Will be Clifford To T.itn blen, Carlsbad, K'ng Leo, and H;iivthorne. Clifford "id favorite in o.?? pooling to? night. To-morrow Is get-a.vay day. and already car-load* of horses are beginning to leave. First race?three quarters of a m?e? Meddler won. ("as* second, Miss Mamie third. Time. 1:17. Second race?half a mile?Carrie P.. won, woodstieid nconfl, Moderlco third. Tim???. IM 1-1. Third race?seven eighths of a mile? King l.eo won. Saxophone ncond, Francia ???? third. Time, !.:-' Fourth race -one mil??, selling?Taylor ? ay dea won. Captain Spencer second, Foot-Rnnner third. Tim??. 1:41 1-2. Fifth rae???three quarter? of a mile l.aily lorraine won. St. Brandon second, L.loii third. Time, MS 1-2. Sixth race?thre,? quarters of a mil?? Miss Clark won, B. F. Kly??. Jr., second. Judge Corawetl third. Time. 1:17 3-4. RKSCLTS AT ROBT. CHICAGO, ILL., April .1 -Two favo? rites, a nnod Chain, and tWO l?>ng-?".nis took tirst inoli? ? :rt Roby ?.?-day. Itoli? Lontre iK)or ?vork In th?? fourth ran led tir an investigation, which rnulted in the aaaaaaeeanal that aa nun.? . ? tries will b?? aeospted from Laven at present, and that Jockey Grillili will not be allowed to ride except f??r his own ?labi??. Hrst race?nine Mxteenths ot a mil?? ? Imp. Remedy won, Temertene snond, I. (?. U. third. Tim??. I:!"?1.. Beeoad r.?.? ? 1 ?? r-old?, nven six? teenths of ? mile -Brevity won, KitritiA c. n?oad, Tlt-for-T't third. Time. d??. Third rana flta ifgatN <?f e mu? Urn Knot won, Antoinette K. second, Red CMaa third. Tim?, 1:11*4. Fourth race?three ?niarters of a mile? ?seals Btataad wea, outlook second, o_ ric ihird. Tan??. 1 -"?'_? Fifth raee?elevea .sixteenth* of a arile Tarqu?n won. Bgcll -..nd, Adven-ity third. Time, I:__';. Haggle Bnfe fell. MOUND (??? TRACK. EAST ST. I.? ?I IS. April 21-Warm weather and lar;e attendimi?.?. V. Semite ami Chatham were the only winning favorites, although the WtBHSrS ????(_ w. 11 plajed. First race?five eighths of a mile? Yos. iniie won, ? ; .nsach seen I, Ketchum third. Time. 1:21 1-4. Second race?eleven sixteenths of a mil??, selling?Miss Galop won. Trim se? cond, Irn.n third. Tim??. 1:111-2. Third race?live etghtfea of a mile. Bell? ing?Priscilla won, Mgaata ncond, Ken? tucky Lady third. Tune, l:!l ... Fourth ract?live eighth* of a mil? Chatham won. Bettle ludger ?econd, Florence Shank? third. Tini??, 1:06 1-2. Fifth race??even eighths of uc mile, selling?Chlswell won, Milt Young ??icond Jack Richelieu third. Time, l_tt. Sixth race?rive eighths of a mile, sell? ing?Silgo won, Richal ?econd, flOean third. Time, 1 05 1-t Roaebery to the I'nioiiM*. LONDON. April 24.?The Prime Minis? ter, Lord Rosebery, in a speech at a meeting of the City Library Club this evening, said he wa* of the opinion that the English were becoming exct?dlngly weary of the eternal struggle for and against Irish cone-salon.. He asked the L'ni .?n ist s whether, apart from the Irtah question. It wa? worth their ?? hile to hold aloof from the Liberal party? II they had formerly held aloof from that party in the belief that Ita policy wa* null and volti, they were not likely, he gaid, to continue to believe *o ?o lone aa the government wa? determined to maintain the unity of the Empire abroad and the unity, tn the best aeoae of th? word, of the three Kingdoms at home. SILVER IN LONDON. LONDON. April M.?Bar aUver, ? 14 pence per ounce. ?L . . wgai Nette?. All of Mr. Jacob Edel'a Handrom? Par 1er and Chamber Furniture, Plano, Car? peta, ?ta, will be nld at auction at ?J? A. M. Wedanday. April stfe. BELVA ?. LOCKWOOD. She Still Wish? to Practice Ltw in Virginia. PETITION TO UNCLE SAM. The Fe-deral Snpreme Coart Aaked to Com? pel Onr Court of Appeal? to Admit Her. WASHINGTON, April 2t.-Through her attorney to-day, Belva LocXwood, the well-known female lawyer, presented a petition asking the Supreme Court of tho Unite?! State? tu Issue a rule against the Supreme Court of Appeals of the State of Virginia, returnable at an ?riy day, to show cause why a peremptory mandamus should not be issued against such court compelling that court to ad? mit her as a practitioner at Its bar. The petitioner asserts that she 1? a license?! practitioner in the court* of the District of Columbia and In the courts of the United State*; that on the 20th day of March last sh.? applied, through her counsel, Alfred E. Cohen, to the Supreme Court of Appeal* of Virginia to be ad? mitted to the practice of law ln that court, and the ?aid oourt refused la admit her as ? practitioner in that court, gad that ?aid nuit, in refusing her ad? mission to Its bar, violated her most .-.??!'?! rights, and denied her one of the hi,?hrst privilege? kno?vn to the citizen. The petitioner most confidently and ear? nestly aubaUta that she, thtmgh a weaann, 1? a citizen of the Untied States, and that the su nd aegis of the Constlttilon protect* her Just as If ehe wns a man; that sh?? Is certainly a citizen of the Untad States. THE LADY'S ELOQUENCE. Further, ?ho confidently submits: "The pn.ctlce of law is a privilege, and the highest privilege. Your Honors are now r. liiiiii. the reward? and th.? honors of your high position from the privile?:?? obtained of practicing the profession of law. You to-day occupy the highest l*J sltion on this earth-high? r even than that of the Pmtdeat of this ftepubUe, and big-Mr, too. than the chief Justin Of England and the Associate Justice of the British Suruem?- fltettCb hlRher be? cause this !s the greatest country nnd m niest government on earth, an?l the Supr.'m?? Court Ol the United States 1* the highest cuit In the civili/.e-l world. Whll??. therefore, your patM-OMT I? a woman, there I? nothing ln the Constitu? tion or the law? ?f tho Patted States, .?r in the statu?.? law of Virginia t?? pr? - vent her fmni cx-reislng this high and Valuable privilege." The court took the petition under ad? visement. NOT AFRAID OF COXEY. Federal Trei??.?ry Official?. However, Add to Their Slock of I Ire-Ann?. \\'ASHlNOTuN. April 24.?The Treasury olln'iiils, while disclaiming any fea?* ..f ?r??nt !?? on account of the presence of the crowd? Incident t.? Um eoeatag ?if Coxey's army, have taken the precaution of adding tiity-Iiv carbine!? an?I tw.iiiv levuh'Ts 10 the Tr?a ?t>'s supply 0- arms. The nor? mal Btiwngth oi Um wntch-ton.f the Treasury is seventy ra'ii, divi led Into tWB relief?, ami In uddltlon to t???? <?r tiir, ?? dozen revolveri-, liier?? have always been thirty-ll??? carbt i?-s in the racks in th? ottlce of the captain of the watch, sutil dent to supply OB? to each watchman on duty. It has be.ti thought best t?> in? crease th?? supply In view <?f the crowds of hnfir" "I of Coxey's army that are expected to arrive during the c .tiling .?.. K. The captain of the "Treasury Guards." a local military organization. COtngond entirely of clerk? In the Treasury ?Depart? ment, to-day Informed the captain of the watch-force that in HUW of tr.'ihlc at any hour of the day or night he could have .?.ry man In his command at th I Treasury building Inside of fOTty-fln minute*, lie stated that Ills? men w? -?? well drill??.! In th?? use of fire-arms, and hen.ami i <?? much more effective worfe than civilians. H- Baked to be BOtlfled If th.-re was at any tlm?-? any apprehension of trouble. "BILLY" MGARRAHAN CONE. Ill? I aiutili? < brini to th? Ranch Panocho tint mie. WASHINGTON, April 2I.-Willl.im Mc | Garrahan, one of the m??st conspicuous ! llgiires about the Capitol for the last j thirty years, died at Providence 11,.-pit il I at 11:13 this morning. The ??1.1 muri, b ?? ? t.r known by everybody in Washington ? i s "Billy " Md :.irr.ih.m, was atout ?". ? ?ars of an??, and bas b. eu prosecuting hiit ' claim to a .Mexican grant in California of the Ranch Panocha Grande property for Hi- past thirty year?, an?! before that t time for many years In tho department? : and the courts. It ?vas on?? of th?? mea 1 BUM veto ?1 hy Pr-sld? nt Harrison after ( the tin had paaeed both houses for th? ' Brat tltn??, although prior to that tlm.? It , had frequently passed either one house I or the nth? i. William McGarrahan's face ha* been ? familiar about Washington, and th-re is ' not a m?mb-r or senator who has hern | In Congress during the past ?piarter of a century who ?li.I not kno?v him pcrsonul.'y. H.? had b.-n falling rapidly during the? pa*t yar. and ?v. nt to th?? hospital a f.?v wnfea ago. He arm nailed th?>re i.y many senators, who had grown attached t" tti ? ..11 man. who, ahvays kind and courteous, has besought Congress to do him Justice, but he besought la vain. In audition to a complication of diseases, dropsy ?nt in, and death ?con follow???!. lit .tier. Treasury Agent. WAAHINOTON, April 21.-e. ?. M At ??. or Virginia, ?vas to-day appointe?! a special agent in the Tr.-asury Depart? ment. LABORINC FOR THE NEEDY. Flrtt Annual' Meeting of the A?,<>, ia(e,| Charities?Kucntiraglng Keptirt*. Thc Hrst annual meeting of the Asso? ciated Charities of tho city waa hell yes? terday afternoon at 5 o'clock at th?.? Young M. n's Christian Association, with \ic Pmnaat Heary Hutzier in the chair. ? There were present a large niimb<?r of belies, riprenmiag Ihe various efenrcfeaa ! and oih. r ?-haritablo organizations of the \ city. Til- ? porta ??f the president, secre? tary, and treasurer w??re read. That of | the president briefly reviewed the year's work, which was pre*, nted a* being very tul for an organization so newly ?BtBb-lBhad. 11?? mention? ?1 with Hatlafac j tl?n the fact that of the l._0U or more ? ? ase* reported to the society every one , had be-n thoroughly investigated, and if j worthy, the necessary aid given. Mrs. W. H. Pleasant?, th?? secretary, made a detailed report of the work It the association, a* follows: Number of cases registered.1,240 Caen reported by private persons... 214 Applied ln person. g!l | S>nt by other societies. 3r? Tramps that applied. 235 Reported by police. 20 Sent from central office to police. 10 Sent from central ottlce to church ec clettc* . sog Sent from central office to other so? cieties .,. ?as Sent from central office to private clt'.zcna . 3?7 Sent from central otlloe to Superin? tendent Carter . m Vieltors reported. i;(>| Applicant? for homes..e. $2 Work furnished. M Meal? and lodging. 36g Transportation paaaes. a Reduced rates.# n Frauds and undeserving. 4j Number of letter? written.1,39-j Twenty almllar association.? in other eitle? were communicated with. The report of the treasurer showed that they had over tSM In the treaau.v April 1st A committee of three was appointed to nominate officer? for the enaulng year, and while they were out Rev. E. N. Calisi!, addreaaed tbe meeting oo the purpose* aad acope of the aaaoclaUon. Mr. Called? nld that aa clvlltnUon grew, ? did pauper?. Pauperism waa growing faster than the Btatee, aad Ihe question was how to relieve them without making than paupers. That the reUef wag eaag? wae the greatest temptation for them to become poor. Those? first to seek it were aot those who need it moat. Th? greater the relief th? greater the securing dletreaa aad tbe greater the growth of pauperiam. The only way to remedy thla waa through auch organizations as this. They did not try to stop up the str.-am of charity, but to direct Its flow ao that tt wilt be a bleeatng instead of a ear*?. Dr. Callach ?-?specially emphaaised the fact that the Agaociated Charltlee waa not aa organisation to be added to th? long list of other charitable organlzatlona for the relief of the poor, but one to work in co-operation with all other charitable ef? forts, and by methods of visiting and in? vestigation prevent profeislonal mendi? cants from Imposing on them and giva charity Ha true mission of helping the worthy. He told of two lnctd'nta in the work of the association, which he held If the association had ?never dene any other work than theae. it had accomplish? ed enough to warrant Ha existence. The committee reported the following officers, which were ?luly elected: President. E. D. Starke: First Vit?*. President. Henry 8. Hutxter; Se?-ojid Vlce-Pr-sl.lent. James W. Gordon: Trea? surer, William M. HUI. Dlractora-Rev. ?. N. Callsch, W. T. Hancock. John Mor? ton. George A. Oarksdale, and Jackson Brandt. ____ Mr. If. C. Boykin, of the Wltaon-Mo ('alley Tobacco Company, of Middletown, ?).. Is in the city, the guest of hie brother. Mr. R. 11. Boykin, on Turk avenue. _ , Truly Meidtoidi.tis. We are In daily receipt of complimenta to the works of art we are offering to subscribers. All who get the "Sights and Scenes of the World" attest Its wonder? ful power us a pleasing educator. It enables all our subscribers, at a paltry sum, together with tho cutting of a few coupons from the liispatch, In effect to visit the entire world and aee what is to tx? seen. And now, in the ?am?? maein-r, through tin? "Famoua Paintings of the World." ail are enabled to have an art gallery of their own, which cannot fail of producing refining influence. Send thre?? coupons and ton cents for the number you desire to THE DISPATCH COMPANY. RICIlMUNI?. VA., April 24. 1894. To the PlBBOCretlQ Voters of tho City of Richmond: l h.avo announced myself ? candidate for the office of ?'ity Treasurer at Fio coming primary elecUoB, and NapOl i fully solicit your BOppOrt, If elect??! to this most Important office, It will be my sole purpose to piv.? It a most thorough business iidmirii-tia?!,,!!, with the nii?et efficient assistine... Having no lntcr??st lit the advancement of any family or per? sonal frl-iid?. It h* my lijtetitlon to ret.Un ali of th?? present ocBoora Mm may b? found competent, thus ??????; ??.?murano*, of a satisfa? tory administration, auch aa waa enjoyed by our people, under tho management of my late lam?ntc<i friend, Jyhn K. ChBdrey. MAXWELL T. CI.ARKF. . The school of Red Hill Is grew Bag under the effictenl care ,?r Basa Ltaate Bmha u m, a talsnted and highly caltured la iy of Richmond, Ya. Her experience ? .? ? Scieacy, aad aaotbod of taaehigg her pie amlaentlji ai th* top of tha are? feeetoa, and the patroae who ptaoe tbaB children under a pela? Ipal so \??-n equipped for training the yoaag ? les w,ii rae Han that Bed iiiii Academy bea ?ur? ia-? ? Ita enviable part ? eord.-?Bdge? held ?s. C.) Advertiser. In Iine-tor?. The United Baaklag ana Building Com puny, ?.? aast Bala ?itreet, offen 1er aata its fully-paid, and n? n a?.-? ;>al,:,? sti.ck at $00 p??.- abara ou whteh a eaah divi ?i'ii'i of u p?r eeat per aanuai is paid m nil-anniiallv. This stock further per? tlclpataa Ib the profita of the company, and at maturity testlaaated at eighty four ui-'i thai iJ re deemed at <iw ,vt share. This company la a wett-managed last!? lut!,,n. an! BOB has I sul.-crii?..! capital of over &BB.IBI and we eoouaead Us ?hares to the Investing public. Auction of let?.null?' I Ine Furniture. BxasBsat Piana, Pine Moquette ?'ar pets, Baaslve Oold-tJUt Mante! Blrrara, Bplendid Bahogaay, pherry, and Walnut Chamber Suits, Cabinets, Turklsb Parlor Suit, etc., will be 801 I at Mr. .I.i,-oh Edera No. .'ii Breen Franklin street, at auction on Wedaeeday, April 2.'?th, at ??) A. M. _ Judga F. U. Parrar, of Ane Ha. 1 jc turel last Ti'ii?',? and Frida? Bights it. the hank building. The ??"!, lea type of theotd-ttme, chivalrous, warm-hoartei, aouthern country gi Btleeaaa, and hta eher? eetev aketehea ??.' ant.?- and poet-beBaa days wer?? rl"h and racy t., th,? life, while hi? war merles often brought laughter ani tears to the ? ) ? s of "th?? old i'oii feds" wi? > arete present Qopd amBaaoag greeted ti, ? ?? ? turar euch aigbt---Weyaaa? boro St?ntili? I. Notice. AU of Mr. Jach IM. I's Handsome Par? lor ami Chaaaher Furnitur,?, Plaasa, Gar? pets, etc. Will be ?old at auction at 10:30 A. M. V.'e.ln? Bday, April BtB. FiirOver Hfly leurs Mra. Wlnalow'a'Soothing Syrup ggg bt,?n used for chll'V?ib teething. It soothes tha child, softens th?? gtima, allays ail pain, cures win? colic, and Is tho o-st remedy for diarrhoea. 25 centa ? botti?. BUM for a Hold Fountain l'eu ?warranted) and e bot? tloof good Ink at Hi s rus A Co.'s. Milk sbaekrs. Icr niuvers. Line 8qitbbzbk&, and ali. sodi-Focntaiv ??i.i ri.iK?; also a Oooo Seconp-Hanp Sopa ?olntaixcheap. OWBN9 A Mimor Orco ca. _Richmond, Va AvaosTiTiA Hitter.1 are the beat remedy for r?-m.,vu,?; Indigestion and all disease? orlgl tintili.? from the dl<oitlrn organa Beware or counterfeits. Ask for the genuine article, Manu? facture t by Dr. J. O. 11. Siegort _ Mona PART 7. COUPl?i*^ " Famous Piintiii|is\ of the World." Cot on? three of tha?e ??aup?os ?end or bring will TUN CK.NTtJ to ART DEPARTMENT, ^THE DISPATCH, RICfll?M. VA. PART 7. Sights and Scenes o? tbe World. PART 17. NIB BER? CHAVOED EVEKt WEEK. Cat U?? eoapon oat end keep It natii three ol different number? are accuini*. lated, tbeo forward thee, togeiBar with TEN CENTS, TO THX COVTOX DgPABTatg.1T. THE DISPATCH, KICUMOND, VA, and too ?111 r?crire IB? elegant port? folio of PBotograpke as adsi-rtiMd. 8?e our adterueemeoi on aaotber P-wr* CUT THIS OUT. To Subscribers. ltyoe?leal?aerile?atghis%adtVwoeeof the BeaaM'-BtemaiBeayear arder seowfaainte ea -anoaai of the meat nasb of atam\ Tkeg