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ONE
CENT
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WORD.
MINIMUM
CHAINE
25 Cents,
Cuh In Advino?
THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT ADS.
TMT BRINO OREITEST RESULTS.
MINIMUM
CHARGE
26 Cents,
Cash Inidonee
ONE
CENT
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WORD.
HELP WANTED-MALB.
{WANTED, YOUNG MAN, BETWEEN 18
unti 21 year? of age, with nomo oxuerl?
once In handling men's furunlsuinge.
Apply to MANAGER, Miller & K^Cmdi.
?WANTED. AN ???tROUND DBNTIST
(unmarried); ?tato age, experience anil
Bnlary expected. Address ''DENTISTA
caro this? office.
young MEN everywhere, copy
letters, homo evening?, 17.00 weok.
Send addressed envelope for particulars.
MANAGER, Dept. W, 08, Box 1411, Phil?
adolphla, Pa, __________
{WANTED. PARTY TO FURNISH |2,000
to 16,000 and take c-hnrgo or. brick plant;
(rood clay and unusual opportunity foca
satisfactory roan. Kor particulars ad?
dreee Box 128, Norfolk, va.
.WANTED, 'FIRST-CLASS PRACTICAL?
drug clerk, with thorough knowledge
of soda water business, Address, with
salary wanted and r?f?renc?e, THE)
LEWISBURG DRUG STOBE, Lew-,
Isliurg, W, Va.
Wanted, for the ?. ?. army: Ahie
fcodled, unmarried men, between agos of 21
and SS, cltlzons of .United States, of good
character and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For infor?
mation appy to RECRUITING OFFICER,
110 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va.
.?WANTED. INDUSTRIOUS MAN FOR
permanent position; no canvassing, nut
to represent old-established manufact?
urers with large capital; some traveling:
guaranteed salary of $1,000 per year and
expenses, with chance of promotion;
previous experience not essential; state
age, general business experience and
references. Addres? R. ?. BYRNE,
Manager, t? North 4th St., Philadelphia,
Pa.
? ? v. ... " : '??? t" .,i_s '..',',
SITUATION WANTED?MALE.
? YOUNG ???? WITH fi YEARS' Ex?
perience In the transportation business
and with experience as shipping clerk
desires situation as shipping clerk; ref?
erences from present empoyer. T. \V.
E., care this office. _
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
'ANTED, 'EXPER3ENOBD COOK;
none other need apply; 313 East Cory
Street.
KvANTED. A FIRST-CLASS WASH
W?JIAN. Apply at once 305 South
Fourth Street.
INDIES EVERYWHERE. COPY LET
ters, home evenUigs, and return to us;
1 we pay $20 thousand, cosh; new plan;
steady work. Bend addressed envelope,
full particulars. GUARANTEE CO.,
Dept W, 98, Philadelphia, Pa.
YOUNG LADIES WISHING TO MAKE
$3 to $5 per day decorating or teaching
China painting at home. Write for
catalogue. THE ART ROOMS, 1008 G
St., NT W., Washington, D. C.
PLAIN WRITERS* EVERYWHERE,
?paro time evenings; $9.M week; steady
home work. Self-addressed envelope,
full particulars. MANAGER, Dept. W.
68, Box 1411, Philadelphia, Pa.
?WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECK/
wear from sample; experience not
necessary; steady work, good pay. Send
self-uddressed stamped envelope. IDEAL
MFG. COMPANY, WS West ?3M Street,
New York.
LADIES TO DO PLAIN SEWING AT
home; steady work; good pay; material?
eent everywhere free. Send addressed
envelope for particulars. DU PONT,
Dept. W, ee, Lock Box 13?, Philadel?
phia, Pa.
m
BOARD WANTED.
WANTED, BY GENTLEMAN.. ROOM
and board In private family; on, Grace,
Franklin or Main west of Fourth
Street. Address P. O. Box 294.
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY^ WELL
furntshed, largo, bright ROOM, with
board, for lady and three-year-old child,
and accommodation for maid; will pay
liberally for right accommodattoh In
good neighborhood. Address IC. K.,
caro tills office.
BOARDERS WANTED.
?WANTED, BOARDERS FOR A'LARGE
eunshlny second-story ROOM; best of
fare: professional cook from Hj-gela
hotel; terms moderate. Apply 219 S.
Third Street.
IWANTED. BOARDERS. TWO GENTLE
men or couple to occupy well furnished,
?well heated front room on third floor;
also one room on second; Groco Street
near the Jefferson; torms $50 per month.
Address REX. care this office.
FOR RENT.
m.?.".?,..,?.?w, ...?,.... ..?... ??..
FARM, SUITABLE FOR CREAMERY,
for rent. Address CREAMERY, Tyler,
Hanover county, Va,
SIX PRIZES
CARTOON CONTEST
SIXTH WEEK.
THIRD PRIZE.
BEFORE.a?^? AFTER
ADVERTISING IIM THE
want columns of the
Times Dispatch.
A. B., Box 434, City.
Sis. prizes will be awarded each
?week for the best drawing? sub?
mitted. Illustratine that It iwys ad?
vertisers to use The Tlmes-Dlspatch
want columns. The six prizes will
awarded In the following- order, viz.:
First prize, $2; second, third, fourth,
fifth and sixth prizes, Jl each.
ALL DRAWINGS MUST BE ORIG?
INAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH
BLACK INK ON WHITE PAPER
OH CRDBOARD, AND SHOULD BE
FIVE TO SEVEN INCHES IN
WIDTH. Name and address must
be written plainly ON BACK OF
DRAWING. Do not send letter*, but
Inclose stamp if you wish drawing
returned. Do not fold, but roll, -Then
mailing. Address all drawings to
"Cartoon Contest," Room No. 17,
Tlmse Building.
All drawings must reach The
Tlmes-Dlspatch, office not later than
12 P, M. each'Saturday, In order to
be counted In tho week's contest.
Every reader Is cordially Invited to .
take part In this highly instructive
FOR RENT?NEW MODERN SIX-ROOM
houso; possession Immediately; unex
pjred lease. Inquire at 10! South
Fourth Street
FOR RENT?DESIRABLE OFFICES IN
Crenshaw Warehouse, rocently occu?
pied by tho Virginia-Carolina Chomical
Company. Apply to S. D.'CRENSHAW,
No. 11 South Twelfth Street.
FOR RENT?DWELLING. 110 NORTH
' Fourth Street, between Grace and
Franklin Streets; eight rooms. B. R.
LIPSCOMB, No. 1310 East Franklin St.
FOR SALE,
LARGE SUPPLY FRESH COUNTRY
Eggs, Butter and Old Virginia Hams.
GEO. L. HATNES & CO., 118 N. Eigh?
teenth Street.
OLD HOMESTEAD VINEGAR, PURE
and good; full quart bottle for 10c. GEO.
L. HAYNE3 & CO., US N. Eighteenth
Street.
FOR SALE?A PROSPEROUS, WELL
tabllslipd business In one of the best
locations In Richmond for J7,500; thor?
ough Investigation solicited; retiring
from business on account of poor health.
Address RARE OPPORTUNITY, caro
this office.
'"i FOR 3ALE._
TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE?DENS
more. $85; Williams, *45; Yost, I?;
Smith-Premier. J?0; all are g-ood as new,
TYPEWRITER, 28 N. Tryon Street,
Charlotte, N. C.
FOR SALE?A TUFTS ONYX AND
Sienna SODA FOUNTAIN, d feet long,
6 draught tubes, 14 syrup faucets. The
apparatus will' be found In excellent
condition. Address Box 172, Richmond,
Va.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
WANTED. OCCUPANTS FOR ROOMS,
?with first-class table board: 60S West
Grace Street.
FOR RENT?THREE (3) NICE CON
nectlng rooms, with large covered porch
and bath-room (second storyl: central
location. Apply ??? E. Marshall Street,
city.
WANTED.
WANTED. SMALL SLOOP. BICKER
STAFF, 1803 E. Main Street.
WANTED. TO BUY A FARM, CLEAR
ed or timbered, within ten miles of
Richmond; state size, price and exact ?
location, bo it can. be seen. Address
BUYER, care this office.
LOST.
FOUND-ONE F?8M?LB SKY POODLE;
cam? to 421 W. DUval. Owner ploaso
call for Baine. _
LOST-A PACKAGE. CONTAINING PID
low COVER, on Brond betweon First
and Third Streets, yesterday evening
about 3 o'clock, Finder will pienso noti?
fy Mrs. KRATZ, 2014 Jefferson Place.
LOST-FROM CAB BETWEEN 90UTH
ern Rllway Btatlon andino Monumont,
small Black SATCHEL; contents,
bunch keys, bottle medclno, etoAd
vise RICHMOND ? TRANSFER COM?
PANY, 81? Main Street._/
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FINANCIAL-INVESTORS: AT 3
cents per share, promotion price, wo'
offer for a short time only a goldon op?
portunity to subscribe for ?haroe In a
company now being.organized and own?
ing valuablo property In a rich dis?
trict; ?30 buys 1,000 shares; 15 per mor.tn
for six months buys 1,000 shares. For
full particulars address C. BENDER
BROS., Canton, Ohio.
BUSINESS WANTS.~
TWO CANS BEST 1 POUND BEEF FOR
250. GEO. L. HAYNES & CO., 113 N.
Eighteenth. ,; .? o_
SPANISH YUM YUM FOOD FOR THE
gods at KAEMPF'S,1 Ninth Street.
POTTED ??? OR TONGUE, 40. GEO.
L. HAYNES & CO., 118 N. Eigh?
teenth Street.
WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE-ANIMALS
moved from all parts; no charge.
BICKBR3TAFF; 'pilone 3338.
BC. BAG GOOD SMOKING TOBACCO
for 4c GEO. L. HAYNES & CO., US N.
Eighteenth Street.
WANTED, MO BOYS AND MEN TO
keep their best girls or wives In good
humor by feeding thorn on our best?the
old fashioned Italian Cream Chocolates;
only at MARCHETTI BROS.' STORES,
906 East Main and 617 East Broad.
AFTER THE WEDDING CEREMONY I
the procession forms, marches to JONES
BROS. & CO. (1*06 East Main), the upr
to-date from cellar to attlo house fur?
nishers, and selects from best and largest
stock In city at lowest prices.
GOOD VINEGAR, 18C. GALLON. GEO.
L. HAYNES & CO., 118 N. Eighteenth
Street.
.-___-?,j
FREE HALFSOLING: CUT OUT THIS
advertisement, bring 4t to us and pay
caeh for a pair of our Guaranteed $3.54
SHOES and we will halfsole tbem when
needed free of charge, or If the uppers
break through before the first sole
wears out will give -you a new pair
Instead. DREW ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FACTORY, No. 716 East Main St.
WANTED, TO SELL 200 BUSHELS
Blackeye Peats at 6o. per quart. GEO,
L. HANNES & CO., 118 N. Eighteenth
Street. ?
7 DAYS' WONDER,
CEASE'S. COR. 6TH AND BROAD.
ASSORTED WINES:
SHERRY,
PORT, " 210.
60UPPERNONG, PER
CATAWBA, iff BOTTLE.
BLACKBERRY. ETC.,
All of Our Higher-Priced Wine*
EQUALLY AS CHEAP.
LADIES' -COLJJMNi,
BEDS AND ALL BRASS GOODS RB
flnlshed in Brass, good as new, at No.
1307 Bast Main Street.
GOOD CHIPPED BEEFJi AND IOC. PER
half can. GEO. L. HAYNES & CO., 118
N. 'Eighteenth Street.
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
are sweet, but they like the delicious
phosphates or every flavor at "THE
FOUNTAIN," 006 East Main.
10 BARS GOOD LAUNDRY SOAP FOR
25c. GEO. L, HAYNES. & CO., 118 N.
Eighteenth Street
SPECIAL NOTICE?LADIE8 TROUBLED
with superflous hair, molee and warts
can them removed. leaving no trace, by
a Now York Speclallst; ouro guaran?
teed; advice free. Mrs. JAMES. 821 E.
Broad Strqot, Room 3 (upstairs).
3 CANS THISTLE BRAND CORN FOR
25c. GEO. L. HAYNES & CO., 118 N.
Eighteenth Street.
~ MISCELLANEOUS.
3 3-POUND CANS TOMATOES FOR 25C. ;
single can, 9c. GEO. L HAYNES &
CO., 118 N. Eighteenth Street.
QUART JAR SWEET MIXED PICKLES
for 10a GEO. L. HAYNES & CO.. 113
N. eighteenth Street
/MISCELLANEOUS.
OH, FUDGE I TRY SOME. KAEMPFS
has It, Ninth Street._
WANTED. EVERY MAN THAT WEARS
a elilrt to know that the placo to have
them made Is at BISHOPS, the Shirt
Builder, 702 E. Main,
LARGE CAN GOOD LUCK BAKING
POWDER for 8c_ small can 4c. GEO.
L, HAYNES & CO., 3.1? N. Eighteenth
Street.
LARGE JAR CHOW CHOW FOR 100..
regular 29a slzo. GEO. L. HAYNES &
CO., 118 N. Eighteenth Street.
?' " ? . ? -
PERSONALS.
WANTED, YOU TO KNOW THE BEST
place In Richmond to get a perfect fit?
ting Shirt is BISHOP'S, the Shirt
Builder, 702 E. Main.
JANE, EVERYBODY IS PR.AIBTNV
COSBY'S CLIMAX CLEANER; It makes
house cleaning so onsy. Go to 18 East
Broad Street and get some; we'll try It.
BEST AMERICAN SARD?NES, 40. BOX
GEO. L. HAYNES & CO., Ila NY Eigh?
teenth Street._?_
PAX COMFORTER NO. i LEADS,' CUR. ?
lng Cough when others fall; ?very botti o
warranted. Found et A. BO?EKER
BROTHERS, 800 West Marshall and 2303
East Main.
WANTED, A WIFE; MUST BE GOOD
looking and not afraid of work: muet
prefer KAEMPTPS CANDIES to all
others._
WANTED, CLARA. KATIE AND ALL
the rest of the girls to tell their best
fellow? to buy our old fashioned Italian
Croam Crtoeolatosi best fn the city.
MARCHETTI BROS., two stores, 908 E.
Main and 617 B. Broad.
NEW PACKED SALMON, OC. PER-CAN,1
GEO. L. HAYNES & CO., U3 TO Eigh?
teenth Street
LARGE JARS MUSTARD, BC. EACH.
GEO. L. HAYNES & CO.. 118 N. Eigh?
teenth Street.
2 POUNDS GOOD GINGER SNAPS OR
Soda Crackers for 9c. GEO. iL.'
HAYNES & CO., 118 N. Eighteenth St.
SEWING MACHINES.
IS YOURS IN GOOD ORDER, IF NOT
call 'phone 144s and let us repair lt_ all
work guaranteed. EAGLE S. M SUP?
PLY CO.. 902 B. Broad.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS.
LET US MAKE YOUR AWNINGS NOT*
and put them up when you are ready;
window awnings made all sizes. Just
?phone 2142 and we will call and (rive es?
timates. J. ROSS JONES & BRO., 902
East Broad. \
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
THAT'S HIM?JO BICKBRSTAFF, THE
expert?H? ,has one store, 1803 East Main.
He sells, 'buys, rents exchanges or re?
pairs anything in shape of a bicycle.
'Phone 3398.
: '.?*. ? . . .3
BOOKBINDING AND PRINTING.
WE DO BOOKBINDING, LETTERING
and printing. S, B. ADKINS & CO.,
No. 6 Governor Street"
CREAM PUFFS. '
SPECIALS?POLKA ROLLS. WBLL
fllled Cream Puits, Snow Balls, Jelly
Rolla, filled with the. finest currant
jelly. 'Phone In your order, "will bo
. Johnny on the spot." E. PARKINSON,
Baker, 421 N. Sixth Street; '
FOR SALE BARGAINS.
LARGE BOTTLE GOOD TOMATO CAT?
SUP. 10c. GEO. L. HAYNES & CO., 118
N. Eighteenth Street.
WE HAVE AN ASSORTMENT OF NEW
Home-made Wagons, also good second?
hand Wagons, new single Trucks, new
Dayton, several second-hand Phaetons
and Surrys, Dairy Wagons, heavy
Carts, suitable for hauling ooal; paint?
ing and repairing promptly done.
RICHARDSON BROS., 613 and 615 Brook
Avenue. 'Phone 1467.'
WANTED, TO SELL COUNTRY PBO
Plo grocorles at low prices. All orders
by mall shipped promptly and satisfac?
tion guaranteed. GEO. L. HAYNES &
CO., 118 N. Eighteenth Street
GROUND MEAL.
IF YOU WANT GOOD CORN-BREAD
?buy pure country water-ground meal
from GEO. L HAYNES & CO,. 118 /N.
Eighteenth Street
CENTS? COLUMN.
SWEETS TO TH? SWEETS SCOTCH
Kisses, at KAEMPF'S._'
YOU WILL NEVER WEAR A READY
made Shirt after having ono made to
order at BISHOP'S, tho Shirt? Bulldor,
7fG East Main._
OT.TR PRIDE FLOUR. 2>'C. PER BAGt
wo guaranteed It GEO. L, HAYNES &
CO., 118 N. Eighteenth Street.
GOOD MIXED CAKES, .1 POUNDS FOR
2fio.. GEO. L, HAYNES & CO., 118 N.
Eighteenth Street._
3 PLUGS REYNOLDS' SUN-CURED,
Sweet Brier, Old Peach, Grape or Plum
Tobacco for 2Co. GEO. r,. HAYNES &
CO.. 118 N. Eighteenth Street
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
nro'swoot, but they like the delicious
phosphates of every flavor at "THE
FOUNTAIN," 906 East Main.
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
12TH AND FRANKLIN, OVERLOOKING
Capitol Square. Board, small single
rooms, $3,50 per woek; larger rooms, |4
per week; working girls, t3.R0 and t3
per week. Lodging and meals a special?
ty. Office opon day and night; 'phone
2856i capacity, 60
FINE CANDIES.
A BOX OF KAEMPF CANDIES WILL
cure the blues.
LIQUORS.
ONLY ?1.19 PER BOTTLE?WILSON'S
Whiskey, Raleigh Rye, Mellwood, Sara?
toga, Running Mead and Groen River
Brands at ?..19 per bottle, only at
CEASITS, corner Sixth and Broad.
POULTRY SUPPLIES.
mCTJBATORS, BROODERS, BABY CHIC
? food and a full line of poultry supplies:
catalogue free. FANCIERS' SUPPLY
CO., 617 and 610 West Broad. _
SHIRT FITTERS.
WANTED, EVERY MAN THAT G?
tonds to wear a Negligee Shirt this
spring and summer to see our line of
foreign and domestic Shirtings. BISHOP,
the Shirt Bulldor, T0? East Main.
SAWED WOOD.
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING YOUR
WOOD at H. S. URBAN'S. Sawed pine,
$4.50 and ?5.75; oak wood, }G. Bowe ana
Marshall Streets. Old 'phone 1320._
RUNABOUTS AND WAQ0N8.
FOR NEW AND SECOND HAND RUN
abouts, Wagons Phaetons, Surrles Day
tone, come to see me. W. C. SMITH,
No. 314 North Fifth Streot ?
SHOE PARLORS.
tM?WMM***M?kM*9
DON'T WEAR RUBBER SHOES, CAUi?
ltip the feet to sweat) have your abo??
wholesoled with rubber idles for.??
will keep off rheumatism and ?*?? aoc?
tors' bins. Our rubber soles are sewed
oni no nalla or peas. 'Phone *W7,
DREW'S ELECTHIC-POWBR ???G
FACTORY. 716 E. Main.
SAVE MONEY.
IF YOU WILL SAVE (MONEY ON
grocorles give us your number and we
will send a .polite salesman to your
door, wno will take your ordere and de?
liver the goods promptly. GEO. t,
HAYNES & CO., US N. Eighteenth St
) II
? SPRING SUITINGS.
WANTED. THE PUBLIC IN GENI-...
to know I am ready to furnish the finest
clothos at lowest prices; full line of
spring goods on view. P. COLAVITA,
203 North Fifth Street.
SPECIAL SALE.
H.X FOR HALF CORD KILN-DRIED
WOODi 12.60 to $3 for half cord ?awed
pine and oak wood, delivered. See OS
1 'phono J. B. LACY.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
FANCY ARTICLES,
. PRESERVES, PICKLES,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 10TH AND 11TH,
WOAIAN'S EXCHANGE.
THIRD AND FRANKLIN STREETS, i
SPECIAL NOTICE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND
Silverware at wholesale prices. Call at .
. J. WEINSTEIN's, 1591 E. Main Street j
TO MY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC:
I no longer wbrk for Taylor & Brown,
J. A. Grieg Shoe Co. or the W. L. .
Douglas Shoe Co. Do not-accept tb)i
same as my. work. For the same high
grade shoe repairing send work direct; ?
if it le not the neatest and best work ,
done In Richmond there will be no
? charge. J. G. LBLAND, 206 N. Fifth!
Street
TEA9.
OUR GREEN, BLACK ENGLISH
Breakfast or Mixed Tea can't be beatt
for the money. GEO. L. HAYNES &
CO., 118 N. Eighteenth Street
UPHOLSTERING.
C\ C. LEVY, NO.'644 BROOK AVENUE??
makes Mattresses. Cushions and Slid
Covers to order. Bell 'phone 1058.
GET RESULTS &
the SOUTHS fi"UTE$T ?'p
THE j& TIMES-DISPATCH
Want Columns
JUST PHONE DANIELS
(OLD'PHONE 38)
HE WILL CALL FOR YOUR WANT ADS. NO TROUBLE
SPARED AND EVERY EFFORT USED TO
FURTHER YOUR INTERESTS
NOCAUSE FOR
DESPONDENCY
W. J. Bryan Addresses Michi?
gan Democracy.
DISCUSSES MR. ADDICKS
Thinks Him No Worse than Other
Senators Who Have Bought Their
Seats?Not Ashamed of Running
Cleveland Out of the Party.
(By A?Roclnted Pre?.)
DETROIT. MICH., March 10.?Without
?he presenco of William Jennings Bry
?n, who mado an address at the morn?
ing session, to-day's Democratic State
ljudlclal Convention at the Light Guard
'Armory In this city, would liave been
featureless. Judge George L. Yaple, of
Mond?n, who Is too nomlnoe for Supreme
Judge for a term of ton years to succeed
tfudge Frank A. Hooker, was nominated
(without any other name being presented
to the convention. For regents of the
Btate University, Wellington It Burt, of
Paginaw, nnd Willis ,T, Abbott, of Bat?
tio Creek, editor of the Pilgrim Maga
pine, were nominated.
Tho resolutions adopted merely bespeak
(lie support of "thoughtful citizens for
those principles of government wlilch
?find expression through the national plat?
forms of the party." This Is the only ref?
erence made to national platforms.
The Initiative and referendum Is de?
manded and the recent coal strike Is
taken as an indication of the necessity
?or the municipal ownership of publlo
utilities.
MR, BRYAN'S TALK.
Mr. Bryan, in his address, said:
??No Democrat ha\ reason to be despon?
dent wemmt not work on the princi?
pi? of expediency. We must be sure We
?re building on the right ground. Ther*
U*v*r was"a.' time when there was'a great.
er need for the application of Democratic
principles than to-day. *
; "Down East, In Delaware, I Icarnod
moro about some other things than about
future candidates for the presidency. I
found that many Republicans were fight?
ing against a man named Addlcks. I found
that In some places three-quarters of the
voters bad received money for their votes.
But I could not draw the line between
Addloks, who wanted to buy a ^enator
shlp with his own money and win It for
his own Interests, and the other men
who buy office for a corporation and run
It for the interests of the corporation."
"What, my friends, do you say of men
who buy senatorshlps with the. money
of corporations and go to Congress as
slaves of the corporations? The Senate
would not even take up for consideration
the House bill for the control of trusts.
These, men aro worso than Addlcks. If
you wanted anything from the Delaware
man you would have to talk Addlcks-, but
In these other cases you would have to
go the masters of the office holder.
CAN'T DRAW DISTINCTION.
?I can't draw a distinction between the
men who sell their votes for ?6 and the
one who makes a million trading In par?
ty policies. I remember a case whore J.
P. Morgan made millions on a matter of
Republican policy, All the difference
between Addlcks and. the rest la that
ho confessed openly to what the others
do secretly.
"I have beon accused of preventing har?
mony, No man wants harmony more
than I do, and no one has suffered more
for lack of It than I have. But you can't
keep In one organization men who want
to cut each other's throats. They ac
ouse mo of saying Wird things about
Cleveland. I never said anything about
him ?? hard as did President McKinley,
who .said; 'Cleveland is trying to make
nioney tho master and everything else the
servant.'
"I am not ashamed of any humble part
I may Jiayo hud In driving out of the
Domoeratlo party a man who tried to
mako money the maetor and everything
else tho servant. I want litm in some
other party than our?, I would be glad
to help organize one for his exclusiva
WILL EXHUMR BODY
Justice O'Gorman Will Have HagamaiVe
Death Upoked Into.
NEW ToK?Io?, o'Gor
men, |n the Supremo Court to-day, slim?
ed an order directing the exhumation of
tho body of Theodore Ha^aman in the
Rural Cemetery, Pou^hkeepsle. in order
that the remain? may b? examln?d,by a
coroner** physlolan of ,.tM? oounty, anS
direction of the DfctrJet Attorney. Haga.
man's relatives are demandine1 that hie
widow give an account of the estate left
by the dead man.
Assistant District Attorney Garv?n in
an affidavit says' he asks that the body
bo exhumed, "in view of the financial
relations of Hagaman and his wife and
in view of tho medical treatment of
Hagaman by Flower, Heald and Willis,
and in view of the faot that the cause
of death as given by them is not borne
out by the clLnlcal or modlcal history of
the case."
The affidavit goes into detail at sorde
length, Mr. Ctaiwin saye he is informed
that at the time of his death Mr. Haga?
man was worth . about $1.000,000, Which
his wife durine" ble last illness, "under
an alleged power of attorney from him.
turned into cash and deposited to her
own credit."
Within five day? before his death she,
the affidavit continues, "withdrew from
said sum $270,000 cash," and "gave the
sum of $200,000 to one R, O. Flower to
Invest In Blue Ridge bonds, a company1
of which said Flower was practlatvlly
the solo owner, and which ??Id bondi
wero of uncertain value."
DECIDE FATE OF
SCHOOL TO-MORROW
After a Hard Pull Bristol will
Doubtless Be Saved to
the Baptists.
To-morrow will see either the beginning
or the end of the Virginia Institute at
Bristol. Either it will come through the
fire safe and sound or It will go down In
a liminola; collapse.
A feeling of hopefulness prevails among
the Baptist ministers of tho oity with
reference to the school. The Education
Commission has dissolved after doing all
It could, The secretary, the Roy. ?.
CubelJ Honing, la still in the.field, how
evor, and Is making valiant struggles to
pull tho institute through. The way is a
hard one, but It is mote than likely that
before tho olose of the morrow he will
have in hand the few hundreds necessary
to complete the sum roqulred to meet the
Immediate debts .
Judge W, R. Barkidale, of Halifax,
treasurer, will go to Bristol to-morrow
with all the money he 04? get together,
?na will meet the creditor* of the eehooj
there.
LIFE CRUSHED OUT;
A HEART BROKEN
Mr. McArthur, Killed in Dan?
ville Wreck. Would Have
Wedded Miss Beville,^
Tho train which crushed out tho Ufo
of Joseph B. McArthur, In Danville, yes?
terday bruised and well nigh broke tho
heart of Miss Agnes Bovllle, No. 007 West
Main Street, this oity, who was to have
become his bride in Septombor, The en?
gagement had not bcon publicly an?
nounced, though the two famlllos had
been made acquainted with the interest?
ing fact
Mr. MoArthur only left here Monday
night, after a visit to his bride-to-be. Ho
came Saturday and stopped at the Jef?
ferson. They spont many of the hours
Intervening between Saturday and 11:0S
o'clock Monday night when his train left
the city for Danville and Oaffney, 8. C.,
hie home, planning for their wedding in
the early fall and their housekeeping
which was to follow. '
The shock was torrlble, and her grief
pitiful when yesterday morning, not very
many hours since sho had parted with
him, the following telegram oamo to her:
"Oaffney, 8. O., March 10.
"Miss Agnes Seville, No. 007 West Main
Street. Rlohmond, Ve.l
"Joe was killod at Danville this morning
?, railroad accident.^ y ?^??,,
The youpg Jady, ns the fearful torce
and effect of the messoge grow upon her
understanding, was well nigh prostratoci.
Friends rallied about her and by sym?
pathy und"company helped her to hoar up.
A telegram was sent to Mr. I.lp.scomb
asking for particulars. Another message
eamo to Miss Seville yesterday iiftomoon
from the brother ol Mr, McArihur stat?
ing that death lied been instantaneous.
The young lady was very anxious to
go to Gaffney, where his body fuis been
taken, but frlonde, knowing that the airain |
would he too great for her, have per?
suaded her not to go. Accompanied by
her brothers she went down town yester?
day afternoon and ?>?d a floral tribute
sent to Oaffney. She almost broke down
completely several time? and 1? now con?
fined to her room.
Upon leaving here the deceased-expros?.
ed tho expectation of coming again In
June to complete tho arrangements for
their wedding.
MR. LOWENBERG
ON EXPOSITION
Mr. D. Lowenberg, the director-general
of the proposed exposition to be held In
celebration of the first permanent Eng
iiti s?ttloment In America,, was at Mur
vhy'u Hotel last night
"I simply ran up hero to try and oon
vlnca you people of Virginia and of Rich?
mond that this proposed exposition will
bo of as much advantage to you as to
those residing In tho vicinity of Hamp?
ton Roads," said ho.
"Don't you recall that when we wore
beforo the legislative committee wo all
said that by tho holding-of such an ex?
position the entlro State and nil the peo?
ple would be benefited? Wow, we all
meant that in good faith. The so-called
Norfolk peoplo won out But I tell you
that this thing would bring about aB
neh resulta to Richmond, to Petersburg
und other cities as to Norfolk, Had you
people won out we would have taken off
our coals and worked to make the affair
a succors. We know that the Richmond
people have tho proper metal In thorn
and that thoy will co-operate with line
cities on the seacoast, making this affair
such a one as Is contemplated.
"Wo people down our way," added Mr.
Lowenberg, "don't claim that we would
j-ORp every benefit Far from It. The en
tiro State?every city, town nr county
would otther directly or Indirectly bo
helped.
"There Is nothing like having our
friends coma to see us, to meet us fai'O I
to face, to see and to learn who we are
and what wo aro. Wo feel convinced that
wihen thuy do come to see us wo will bo
tibio to show therri eninellhlng new In tho
way nC expositions, ami that we will bo
ablo to make friends of them and to ?
convino? them that wo folks down hero I
love our fellow-men. and that we Ilvo I
and reside lit tho very best part of tho |
Will."
FUNERAL OF MR. ORII-HN
Remains Laid to Their Rest ?n Presence
of Sorrowing Friends.
in the presence o? hundreds of his
friends, the solemn ? (unsra? service? of
the Cathollo Church were conducted at,
St. Peter'a Cathedral yesterday altor
noon over the remains of the late Police?
man Maurice J. Griffin, and the body wee
Interred by the sido of .his brother, James
Griffin, in Mount Calvary Cemetery.
At the ohuroh wero many mo?bers of
Richmond Lodge of Elks and the Catho?
lic Knights of America, of Which orders
he was a roo^nbor. Nearly half the en?
tire police force was present, Including
officers from each' district, with all of
whom he was most popular.
Mrs. P. J. Griffin sang "Ava Ma- j
ria," and Captain Frank W. Cunningham I
sang "Some Day We'll Understand.'*
There were many beautiful floral offer?
ings.
A Double Charge.
Officers Wlltshlro and W. L. Bradley
last night gathered lit D. R. Garner, A
white man, at Third and Bakor Streets.
Ho will be before Justice John this morn?
ing charged with firing a pistol on the
street, and also with carrying concealed
weapons,
The Pair Fought.
Pearl White and Annie Taylor (both
colored) had u light In Market Space last
night. Officer Wiltshire arrested them,
BIDDING FOR THE
. NAVY CONTRACT
Richmond Contractors After a
Quarter of a Million Pound
Plum Again.
Bids for a quarter of a million pounds
of tobacco to bo furnished to. the United
States navy wero opened yesterday In
Washington. They will be forwarded to
the Brooklyn navy ynrd, where, after the
examination of samples by experts, tho
contract will bo awurded.
As usual nearly all the prominent man?
ufacturers of Richmond aro bidding on
the contract, 'which has been held for
several yeara by Butl*r & Boulier, q? this
oity.',*lt is a rich prize, ami there Is al?
ways eharp competition for It. Among the
bidders this year are Butler ?& Bosher,
C. p. Larus $ Company, United States
Tobacco Company. Ha no/fy-k.. & Company.
Continental Tobacco Company and other*.
The contract culls for 22?.OOO pounds of
tobacco, 83,000 more than tust 'year. It
represents to the manufacturer who no
cures it from ?so,oou to iioo.ooo.
MORE SCANDALS
FEARED AT BERLIN
Disappearance of Valet of the
Crown Princess Causes
Uneasiness.
(By Associated Frees.)
DRESDEN, Marob. XO.?New develop?
ments are oxpootod in the royal elope?
ment scandal. Frans Rahnlsoh, the con??
fldentlal valet of the Crown FWncess, ha_
suddenly disappeared In a most mys?
terious manner, and all attempts of the
royal family to find him have failed, It
is said that great anxiety Is felt at court*
as Rahnlsoh Is thoroughly familiar with
many scandals In which most prominent
members of court are Involved.
It is also thought that the banishment
of the American dentist, O'Brien, was ?
most unwise step, and may lead to dis*
closures which will put the Ufe led by
the court nnd even the rayol family
fore the world In anything but a, flatter?
Ing light.
It has also caused a great sensation
that the court marochol, Count W, Von
TuenipUng, the chief of court of the
I Crown Prince, and Freifrau Van Frltsch,
the first lady of Crown Princess Louise,
I have been forced to resign. Both of them
were prominent witnesses for the Crown
Prince in the divorce court
It is said that Princess Louise intend?
in the near future to leave Lindeneu
for Brussels where she will stay until
after the birth of her child. Bhn will
then publicly take a permanent residence
on the Isle of Wight. v
AMERICAN LADY CORSETS,
For 1901 the new Langfelo Models with
the jong skirt, securely encompassm* the
hips and producine a. perfectly smooth
sloping surface, are ideal for correct
dressing. Hose suportara come wurf th*
models. t>5 and 430 at il and $1.&0. At ?11
dealers'.?
Soft CrAbs, Crab Meat.'and? Stumpfs
(divi malee/ Deviled Crabs, at Stumpf?
Restaurant, corner Eighth and Main
Streets.

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