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tlie, House Yesterday. CASE OF CRIEPLED GHILD Japt G_rd*ell Olto's art Instance ln Mfa Speech ln Opposltlon tojhe J', , Sclentlsts?Veto Wlll Bev ?? / Taken To'Day. -...10 only matter'orBWooplhg pubilo ln? terest lh tho Lo'glslfttura ycstor'day waa tho flllng by Judgo 'Ca'm.pboll of hls, an Bwer to tho chargos mado agalnst hlm, and tho paper was ordered prlntod. Th'e Houso do^otod tho romalrider of lts sosslon to a dlscusslon of tho' Harvey blll to reguluto practtco of medlclne nnd su'rgery, known as the ostooupath blll, und Mr. Bland, of Portsmouth, offorod an amondmont to oxempt tho Chrlstlan Sclenllsts ftiom the 'ope'ratlons df tlio bill. The bill wlll llkely pass as lt came from tho Senate, Thero wero fow bllls offored in olther houso, Tho Senate was In scsslon only a llt? tle whlle, and boyond glvlng somo bllls tttolr constltutlonal readlngs, dld nothlng of'lnterest. There waB a measure offercd. hy Mr. Borksdalo. deslgnod to facllltato tho collcctlon of taxes, and it was re? ferred. > The House. The Houso was called to order at 10 o'clock by Speaker Ityan, and prnyer was oiTered by Rov. P. B. Prlce, of tho Presbyterian Church. Mr. Ware, of Am? herst, offored tho answer of Judge" C. J. Campboll to the charges upon whlclf the Gonoral Assembly will vote upon the queatlon of hls ramoval from offlco,, and it was ordered to bo spread upon the Jpurnal and prlntod for use of tho mem? bers, The document ls a volutnlnous ono, and Js prlntcd fully. elscwhero ln Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. THore were no bills offercd, tho only thlngs coming ln undor rulo 39 belng the Campbell answer, and a petltlon from cltlzons df York county, offercd by Mr. Stoarnes, faivorlng tho passage of the Mann llquor blll. On motlon of Mr. Loo, the conferees on tho genoral revenuo bill. were pormltted to slt durlng the ses slOnB of tho Houso, ond the body pro cecded to the conslderatlon of Its calen? dar. The blll offored by Mr. Whitehead to provlde for a dedlcatlon of streets and waikways in cltlea, towns and countles, whenever a subdlviston thereto has been laid out, and lots or buildlng sltes havo been sold for Improvomeots thereon, arid to conflrm and 'vost rlghts thereln hereto-y fore grantod.. caused some dlscusslon. It was defonded by. ;_Ir. Whitehead- and fought by Mr. Slpo. both tho members maklng strong spoeches. The blll was flnally rccommltted on mo? tlon of the ?patron, and tho House took a recess of flfteen ralnutes. . OBTEOPATH BILL. The body was callod to order agaln at 17:30 P." M. and tho Chalr laid before the Bouse the Harvey Scr.ate " blll known as the osteopath measure, whlch was sot asavspoclal and contlnuing order for that hoir. tf. Jfr. Bland... of Portsmouth, ? offercd an jfatjondment excmptlng Chrlstlan Sclen t.Hts from the opcratlons of the blll; and (he debate opened up on tho old llnes ln .lead earnest. Mr. .Bland was the only member of the Genoral Laws Commlttee votlng agalnst reportlng the Harvey blll, and' DR. PRICE'S TRYABITA FOOD TMfe ONLY WHEAT fLAKE CELERY FOOD. "I coosider Tryablt* Food tb. greatest achlevetnent of my life." GltOCERS OELt IT- WiW<%.&l<*/ ho lod tho flght for protectlng the Chrls? tlan SclontlBta. MR. BIPE SPEAKSi I, Mr. Slpe, of Rockln.huin.'was the speak? er for tho amondmonl, and.hp deolared that lt should,bo adopted ln'tho Interest of rollglous 'llberty. Tho speech of Mr. Sipoi Waa-one of char'actorlstlo forco. and stro'hgth, ond ?t tlmoa ho roso to beautlful fllghts of oloquer.co, as ho appoalQd to tho Houso for tho broadest oxorclso of rollglous and porsorial llborty. Ho had sald ho would not send for, a Chrlstlan Sclontlst, and thls brought Dr. Waro'1 to his feot tq ask. why lt was thon that tho gontle man from Rocklnghiim wua wllllng to trust thom 'to practlco upon ,othor peo? ple. Tho qulck nnswor was: "Slmpiy be? causo I do not Bond for an Epllcopallan to pray for mo." Ho sald that ho was wllllng to.aocord to ovory man tho right td his own prcach or and - physlclan, and would never glve his vbto for any blll curtaillng rellgloUB llborty. , Mr. Hoermans, of Montgomery, spoke agalnst tho amondment and ln favor of the blll as It came down from the Sonate. He mado an ablo argument, and was. followod closely by his colleagues. Mr. Wallace, of Rlchmond, fo lowed Mr. Heormans. nnd spoko etrong y a^1"^ the amendmont. Mr. Cardwell made one of. the strongest spoechos agalnst tho amondment and Inclder.tally for tho blll, and?a number of lnterestlng and amusmg collqules arose between v the speakor and Messrs. Newhouso and SIPO Mr Cardweir cltcd a pathetlc caso ln his county of a chlld who waa a ortpplo for fife, because a Chrlst an SclenUst wns cal ed ln to .treat a brokon llmb. Mr Newhouse dcalred tho name of tho chl d. but Mr. Cardwell wlthheld lt out of dcterence to the feellngs of tha pa rnntBi and Mr. NewhoUBo said that It tho chlld shoujd be .produced ln tho House ond contended ably for Its adoptlon. Mr. Baker, nf W'cstmoroland, spoko oarnost ly and at somo length agalnst the amend mont, and at the concluslon^of his ro marks. whlch wero loudly ^orod'.the Houbo at 2 P. M adjourned untll 10 o'clock to-day. The Senate< , \ There waa a small attondance of Son-' ators when Ueutenant-Governor Wlllard rapped tbe body to ordor at noon yee 1/usual1, the readlng of the Journal of tho precodlng leglslatlva day waa dls pensod wlth. _> .. __* number of 'House bllls were reported % tho Senato read a flrst tlme, and re forred to tho propor commlttces. Tho call of commlttees doveloped no? thlng In new "bllls or resolutlonB belng offered. ? Mr. Claytor asked two days' leavo ot adsence for Clerk Button. Grnntcd. THE CAMPBELL ANSWBR. Mr. Massle' oaked leavo to lay before the Senate the answor of Judgo C. Jr, Campbell, of Amherst, to tho charges filod "agalnst hlm. Senator Massle askod that tho answor be spread on tho Journal of tho Senate, and tfmt two hundred coples bo prlnted. Thero belng no objec tlon, tho matter took thls courso. - i Mr. Mcflwalne thereupon mwired to dls ponso wlth tho readlng of tho nnswer. Adopted. Mr. Barksdale, of Hallfax. offored a blll to amend the Codc ln relatlon to tbo colleotlon of taxes, so as to secure prompter and more efTIclent colloctton. ManyCIood Values Are evidenced on every floor and in every depart? ment, which you can have on CREDIT. ^ A very handsomo s w o 1 l.e d front Golden Oak Bross Jng Case, largo mlrror. $12.50 Bed* room Suits MATTINGS $11,00 Roll, 40 yards.,.-..,. $7,60 I3.'O0 Boil, 40 yards. 7.98, 14.00 Roll, 40 yards. 8.60 17.00 Roll, 40 yard3. 11.00 Others UV6 pents per yard up, Solld Oak Chif fonler, flve largo drawers, solld brass handjes; a bargaln, only. $4.98 Refrigerators Our llne comprises th? beat mako, md every one guaranteed ico aavers, Made of hard wood. E)aslly cleaped. Flfty sty(les and slzes to seleot from, $10 ones for $6.99 $12 ones for $7.99 $15 ones for $8.49 $18 ones for $11.50 $20 ones for $12.50 7 and 9 West Broad Street, The Cbeape_t Cash or.Credit: Store ln thp Clty. It waa glven Its flrat roading, and went to tho Finance Commlttee. The House and Bonate bllls on tho calendar on thicr thlrd roading were all pasaed by on mo? tlon of Mr. Harvey, of Patrlok, there bo? lng too faw Sonators presont to take thom up, , J MADE A SPEOTAIT ORDER. On motlon of Mr. Halsey, of Lynoh? burg,, tho Benato Jolnt resolution pro? poslng, to amond seotlori 110 of.the con? stltutlon ln rolatlon to commlsslonors of revenuo and Benato ^111 121,' another Jolnt reaolutlon proposlng an amendment to soctlon UB of tho Constltutlon, wero or dorod to.thelr engrosstnent andmada a speclal ordor for. 12:16 Wednesday. Thoso House bllls wero glven tholr se? cond' readlng:' '. i ? To amond sectlon 687 of the Code, as to llconso rovdked by looat optfon. To provlde a charter fbr tho'town of Warrenton. , Rolating to cases boforo the Court of Anpeals from Cralg county. Houso blll No. 78, to amend tho charter of Newport News, waa on Mr. Tyler's motlon recommltted to the Commlttee for Courts of Justlce. Tho House bllls proposlng amendments to the charters of tho clty bf Danvllle and. of the town of BoUth Boston. wore possed by. ORDERED TO ENGBOS8MENT, Theso Benato bllls .wero glven thelr se-' cond readlng and ordered to ongross menti ? ''.. To authortze suporvisors of any county to adjust and securo Judgments agalnst any troasurers.- . Logallalng cortaln electlon in Prlnce Edward county. ' Jolnt rosolutlon proposlng amendment to sectlon 110 of the Constltutlon. , To rogulato the profosslonal nurslng of the slck. To creato a board. of sfnklng fund oom mtssioners for Gladevlllo. To amend sectlon 374 of Code In rolatlon to, courts-martlal. etc. To requlro clorks of Clroult Courts, etc, to send to Secrotnry of Commqnwcalte; llst of cortaln oftlcers.' Approprlatlng $160 to pay for pollcles of Insuranco on Govornor's Manslon, NEW METHOD OF COLLECTING TAXES Senator Barksdale. of Hallfax, yester? day oflered a blll relatlve to tho collec tlon of taxes. He clalms that the hlll oflers inducemcnts to troasurers to col loct closely, and that lts effect wlll be to grcatly" restrlct dellnquencies. Tho plan proposed by tho Hallfax Senator is basod upon the theory that tho amount f.T^l col lected Is the- easlest to collect and the last thlrd the hardest. He proposes to give the collectors two and a half per contum upon tho flrst thlrd collectlon; flve per cont. on the second thlrd, and slx per cent. on tha thlrd and last The present law gives tho colleotor flve per .cent. on oolcatlons up to J15.0O0, and two and a half per cent on the remaln der. CARRIAGE MAKERS MEET HERE TO-DAY The Southern Vehlcle Aasoclatlon wfil meet ln thls city to-day in annual ses slon. Many delegaes are already here, and tfie total number expectod is not less than two hundred. The sesslons wlll be held ln the annex of Murphy's, and wlll begin thls mornlng by an address of welcome from Mayor Taylor. Two or three sesslons a day wlll be held through otft-the conventlon, and between the meet Ings the members will get a chance to see the clty. The aasoclatlon seleoted Rlchmond becauBe they wantod to have an opporfunlty of vislting the many placos of histbrlo lnterest here, and of knowlng tho people. The peoplo ertend them a cordial welcome. MR. PHILIP BRUCE AT OLD NIMES Secretary Frank P. Brent, of the State Board of Educatlon, recotved a letter yestSrday from hls old. schoolmate, Mr, Phlllp Bruce, who, wlth hla famlly, ls at Nlraes, Franco, where Btands to-day tho modOFfrom whloh Jefferson took the Vir? ginla CapltoL Mr. Bruce wrltes most In torestlngty of the Malson Carree, the Cap Itol model. He says lt ls very amall, could be placed ln the VIrglnla Capltol ton tlmes over, but is tho most graceful ond beautiful struoture he has ever seen. It seema too beautlfully proportloned to Jiave been made altogether by man. Mr Bruce WTltes also of the baths at Nlmes and the many hlatorio atruotures tfiero. ' He ia dellghted wlth the place, sayims it alona la worth a trlp to Eu "PV_ t ? AN EQQ HUNT Oneto Be Qiven at the Methodist In? stitute. A *ood tlme la in store for the chll? dren of the Methodlst Institute and 0,11 others who may attend the blg eus'liunt that is belng arranged by Mrs. Worn ble and her commlttee to be held at the Mlasioh on Easter Monday, / Rev. G'eorgo'Wlley talked to the chll? dron yesterday afternoon at 3 oolpok and there were twelve or fourteen of the luikt-st soholara. who wore at the.altar lor prayor. Thls result follows tha noble work of the teachers ln the Mlsslon sohool. The Lady Board of Vlsltors meets Wed? nesday at U o'clock. REV. DR. MOORE ON THEFIELD Tbe Re>7, Gordon B. Moore, D, D,, tha dlstfngulshed professor of Furman Uni? versity, who has Just oome hore to aa aume oharge'of the work of the Antl Saloon League of VIrglnla, mado hls flrat appearance ln the tpulplta of Rlohmond on Sunday. In the mornlng Dr, Moore preaohed at the Graoe Btreet Baptlst Church At nlght Dr. Moore preaohed at tha Calvary Baptlst Churoh .??. *?-> .-?-1 For Mr, Mitchell, Tho Times-pispatoh .bega to aoknowl edgo reoelpt ot the followlng sums on aocount of Mr, 0, O, Mtohell, to whose case wo reoently referred: R_r, -, J8; The Times-Dlspatoh, $6; cash, $1. _. Repairlng Brandon. Tho handsome steamer Brandon, of tha Old Pomlnion Llne, ls belng overhauled and repaln'.ed at the Newport Newa yards. The Rlchmond la maklng regular ti'ips ln her pluce, ?VARSITV LOST GAME Defeated by Syracuse by a score of Elght to Seven. SCORE TIED IN ElOHTH Virginla Trled Two Substltute PHchers and Lost Out?Harrls Made Good Showlng and Allowed but Flve Hlts. 1 (Speoial to The Tlraes-TJTspatch.) CHARLOTTESVTLLE, VA., Aprll 6? Vlrglnla trled two substltute pltohers ln lo-day's gamo agalnst Syracuse, and thu .Vow Yorkors won out 8 to 7. Wlnston uayed ln tho box but ono Innlng, Syra? cuse seourlng tWo hlts and throe rune. His Buccesaor, Harrls, full-back on tho 'Varslty fpot-ball elevcn, showed _p sur prlalngly well, and had ho rocelvod good support, would have pulled tho gamo out of the flre. Ho allowed but ilvo hlts and had ten strlko-outs to his orodrt. Tho South ornors dld somo hard hlttlng- through? out tho contest, but most of lt waa ln opportuno, ;On i wlld throw to tho plate ln the eighth thoy; woro enabled to tle tho score. Burrill, of Syraouso, oponed tho nlnth wlth a trlplo, and acared on a floldors' cholco. Bojter tallfod a momont later on Cocko's error. In bor half Vlrglnla was ablo to get'but ono man across tho plate'. Tho heavy hlttlng of Mason and Counoll nnd tho dlfTloult catchos of Heftorman and Cocko were tho foatures of tho con? test Tho score: SYRACUSE. R. H. O. A. E. Burrill, 3b ...........2 12 2 0 Boyd,'!. f.3 2 10 1 Bake, 2b.1 2 4 11 Hendorson, c. f.0 2 2 0 1 Hoffernnn, p.-.0 0 2 3 .0 Kutherford, s. s...0 0 1 2 0 Boland, lb...0 0 6 0 0 DeMong, o .?.0 0 8 0 0 Moore, r. f1.3 0 1 0 0 Totals .8 7 27 8 3 VIRGINIA. R. \li. O. A. H. Cooke, r. f....;.i..l '13 0 2 Rosser, 2b .0 0 6 0 1 Prlchard, 2b ......0 0 0 10 Pollard, o. f.1 2 0 0 1 Nalle, 1. f.1 10 0 0 Stoarns, lb .0 14 0 0 Stucky, s, b.0 2 10 0 Mason, 3b.2 2 2 0 1 Counoll, o.1 3 11 _ 0 Wlnston, p.0 0 0 O 1. Harrls, p.1 118 1 Totals.7 13 27 7 7 Score by Innings: ,' 12 3 4 6 6 7 8 9 Byracuse.3 0 0 0 1020 2?8 VIrgfnia...........0 100001 41?7 Stolen basea, Cocko. Two-base hlts, Baker, Counoll- (2). Three-baao hlts, Bur? rill, Mason (2). Baeos on balls off Hef fernan, 5; off Harrls, 2. Struck out by Heffernan, 7; by Wlnston, 1; by Harrls, 10. Double playa, Ruthorford, Baker and Boland. Hlt by pttched ball, Baker, Pol? lard, Councll, Cocke. Sacrlflce, Burrill. Passed ball, Demont, 3; Councll, 2. Um plres, Rauaohenaob and Calloway. .-? . RANDOLPH MACON WON Defeated Fredericksburg College by a Score of 13 to 3. tSpeclul to Tba Timoa-DUpatch.) ASHLAND, VA., Aprll 0.?Randolph Macon defoated Frederloksburg Collogo thla afternoon before a largo crowd, The game waa alwaya In the handa of tho home team, who won as they llkod, at tho. same tlme playlng loose ball. Loako dld great work, His control of the ball was exoellent and his Bpeed very foat. Smlth, of tho vialtors, played short with snap. This is tho flrst college leaguo gamo the home men have played. , The fieldlng featuro was Green's playlng thlrd for the home team, a double from Green to Thomas and two doubles for FroderickBburg. Score by innings: R. H. E. Randolph-Macon .16040002 1-13 14 4 Freuorloksburg ..0 00000210-3 6 11 Batterlea: R.-M, C?Leake and School fleld. Fredericksburg?Baaa and Georgo. Struck out?by Leake, 16; by Baas, B. CORNELL WON Defeated. Fort Monroe Artillery Schoo| Team 7 to 4. (8peolal to Tho Tlmea-DlBpateh.) , NEWPORT NEWS, VA, Aprll 6,?Tbe Cornell Unlvorslty baso-ball team thls af? ternoon defeated the Fort Monroe Artil? lery School tea-m at the Soldlora' Homo by a score of 7 to 4. Tho Cornell team left to-nlght for Rlchmond. . ' Woodberry Defeats Pantops. (P.nrrt.1 to The Tlnios-riUpatch.) ORANGE, VA., Aprll 6.?Woodberry de? feated the Pantops team hero, to-day ln an exoltlng game, score 11 to B, The score was 6 to 6 at tbe boglnnlng of the nlnth Inning, when tho homo team plled up 0 more runs, Awarcl Was Excesaive. (Dy Aisoclated Pnsss.) WASHTNGTON, Aprll 6.?Tho United States Supreme Court .to-day docldod the cases of the solzure of a numbor of flshlng smaoks durlng the Spanlsh war. Tho lowor^ssourt havlng dooldod that the solaures woro lllegal, the only cmestlon boforo the oourt was tho questlon of com pensatlon. Tho court held tho award waa e-cesslve. EstabliBhecl a Oerttury Aro For Spring Weddings. Our Engraved Wedding Invtfations nnd An> nouncements qre excell ed by none. This is fully demonstrated by compurison. pf Eatlmat?s und_umple?subniltt.d upon upplltutlon. QALT & BRO, Jewelers, Sllversmltha und Stulloner., 1107 PemiHylvauia Avenue, Washingtou, D, 0. __-??? im*mmm*mmmammm - Don't Buy Any Whiskey Until You Road This DO YOU KNOW that cholce graln and pure water are the two essentlals fbr" maklng good whlskey? DO YOU KNOW that Government statlstlcs prove that the Miami Valley, in the very heart of whlch our distlllery is located, produces the best graln and has the purest water ot any sectlon of this country? ' ' ,? DO YOU KNOW that we have orie of the largest and most completely equipped distil leries In the world? DO YOU KNOW that we have had over 87 years' experlence in distilling good whiskey? <! DO YOU KNOW that we have a capltal of $500,000.00, paid in full? DO YOU KNOW that we have more whiskey in our bonded warehouses than any other dlstiller in the world? * s DO.YOU KNOW that there Is more HAYNER WHISKEY sold, than' any other brand of whiskey in the world? DO YOU KNOW that we supply regularly with HAYNER WHISKEY nearly half a mlllion of the most prominent and influential business and professiomn men in this country? DO YOU KNOW that these are the Very people who want the best and wouldn't be satisfied with anything else? i DO YOU KNOW that HAYNER WHISKEY goes direct from our distlllery to you, with all its original strength, richness and flavor, thus assuring you of perfect purity and saving you the enormous profits of the dealers? DO YOU KNOW that WE ARE THE ONLY DISTILLERS IN THE WORLD WHO SELL DIRECT T0 CONSUMERSi though we have many, imitators who call themselves distillers? These imitators don't distill a drop of whlskey.. They are simply dealers who buy to-day cheap spirits made yesterday and, after "doctoring" it up, sell it to-morrow as 8 to 20 year old whiskey. It is nothing but cheap achjlterated spirits and nearly half water. We sell whiskey, pure whiskey, all whiskey and no water. You cannot buy anything purer, better or more satisfactory than HAYNER WHISKEY no matter how much you pay. IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW these facts before, you know them now, and, knowing them, how can you loneer doubt our ability to please you?, How can you hesitate to accept our offer? YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU'RE NOT SATISFIED. to join you, ' W.e'ship in a plain sealed'case, nb marks to show what's inside. VVrite ourx.nearest office NOW. Orders forArlzonn, Callfornla, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Neyada. New Mexloo, Orejron, Utah. Washlngton or Wyomlngmuat be on tbe busis of 4 ?luarta tor S4.00 by Expreas Prepald,or ?0 Quart* for Me.?? by FrelBht I're.pald. esTABtsHED THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY "W 174 ATLANTA SA. OAVTON.OHIO ?T. LOUI?, MO. ST. PAUL, MINN. MR. GAINES MAYXQSE Flght Over Woman May Cost Xtongressman His Seat. AT REQUEST OF GRANT She ls a First Cousin of the General and West Virginia Represantative \ Refuse6to Recomrriend That the Postoffice Be Taken from Her Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, No. 1417 G Streot, N. \V., "WaBhlngton, D. C, Aprll 6tU. A flght ovor a woman who Ib a post mastor, and that woman a ftrut cousin of Gonoral U. S. Grant, may havo se-i ous results ln a polltlcal way ln tlio Thlrd Wost Vlrglnla Dlstrict. It may causo a change of Congrossmeiv ln tho dlstrict, ahd may oven bo a factor ln the flght for tho seat of Hon. N. B. Scott ln tho United Statos Sonato. Durlng the flrst torra, or may be tho Bocond, of General Grant, tho daughter of his fathor's brotbor, Roawoll Grant, who waB a well-known man ln Kanawha county, W. Va.; applled for tbo postmas torahlp of St, Albnno, a small town. on tho Kanawha Rlvor, a fow miles west of Charleston. Tho lady, MrB, Baldwln, was In neody' alroumstanccs, and lnatead of asklng ald of hor emlnent cousin, slmpiy asked'hlm to holp hor got tho humble offlce she sought. How well ho holpod hor may bo-Imaglned from tho faot that.tho' oritry of hor nppolntment, mado ln tho'rocords of tho. Postofflco De partmont, stato, "Appolnted at the ro quesfof Pro'sldont Grant." MrB. Baldwln has held tbe posltlon through every admlnlstratlon slnco that' tlme. Mr. Cloveland had two ohancos to romove her, but nover thought of. dolng so. But here latterly thore Iiub boen a detormlned offort- made to got rld of Mrs. Baldwln, and use tho offlco In rowardlhg nn actlve party worker, A group of Kanawha pounty polltlolans havo sot thomselves to havo tho offlco for one of tholr numbor, and tremendous pressure haB been brought to boar on Hon. Josoph Holt Galnes, momber of Congress from tho Thlrd \DIstrlot, to Induco hlm to rocommund, tho, lady's 'dlsmlssul. Thls Galnes has steadfaatly rofused to do, "and stlll rofuaes," as tho lawyors say. Aa a roBult, there ls bltter feellng agalnst hlm in Kanawha county on the part of somo of tho Ropublloan l polltlclans, and Jf Galnes ls defeated for a. ronomlnatlon lt will bo probably duo moro to his re fusnl to reoommend the oustlng of a woman from offlco than to nny othor ono thlng. But those who know hlm best say ho will not rocedo from his posltlon. MAY RUN FOR SENATE. Thoro ls talk of runnlng Galnos for tho United States Sonnto to sucooed Senator. Scott. Caldwell, a mllllonalre, of Huntlng? ton, is Boott's moat formtdablo compe tltor, apparontlyr but he Ib not at all Biitlafaotory to a largo portlon of tho peoplo who aro oppoaed to Soott, I havo heard lt whlspared that an nrrangoniont mlght be mndo whereby Galnoa would bo substllutod for Caldwol). and W. Soy mour Edwards be eeoted to Congreas to succsod Oalnos. Edwards has always op posod the nomlnatlon of Onln&n, and, In fact, of every othor man oxoopt hluiBef..Ho |s soomthlng ot a freak ln pojltlcs, A fow people outsldo of tho dlstrict know of hlm as a ooliogo mato of Roosovelt. But all ovor the dlstrict ho ls known ns a Joka whlch novor grows stale. Ho would mako a pioturoseiua CongreBBmnn?a Hum Lflwla wlth the bralns left out, VIRGINIA GinL MISSING, Tho pollco of thls clty have been asked to look out for Mlss Mnnle Reedy, whn dlsnppeared from tfnls olty about twenty flvc daya ago. Mlsa Reedy la elghteen yeara old, aud hor homo is at Tlmber vllls Va. Sho was omployed Bt No. 429 G Street, N. W,, from whero Bho Ib ro portod to havo dtauppearod. Tho pusents of the young woman havo communlcnted wlth tho Rov. S. P- Fogle, of No. 2003 N Sueet, concornlng hor whoroitbouts. A slghl-sooliiK party .whloh arrlved lr? Washlngton Saturday nlgflit conBlsts of tweny-flve J young ladles from the Ward Semlnary for young ladles, of. Nashvllle, Tenn. The party ls stopplng at the Eb bltt House, and ls ln charge of Professor J, D. Blanton, tho prlnclpal of the school. The young; ladles will remaln here untll Wednesday or Thursday, when they wlll go to Rlohmond, Norfolk. and, other points In VIrglnla.. INSTRUOTION IN STRATEGY. Tho Secretary of War. has dlrected the flrst class of cadets nt the"Unlted States Mllltary Academy, numborlng nlncty-four members, to procoed' to the battlefleld of Gettysburg, Pa., about Aprll 20th, for Tfiiee days* lnstruotlon In strategy and taotlcs. The cadets wlll be under the dlrectlon ot the professor and four lnstructors of the department of' englneerlng- at the academy, -and;-wlll"be-provlded wlth tho necessary modlcal attendanco and sup? plles. ?._.-. W. E. H. '""?' " "" "'?' '? " 'jbaiight the .Wrong Man. Edltor ot Tho Times-Dlspatch: Tho rnu|atto, 'Aleck Davjs, conflried in Jall horo.-charged wlth the dlabollcal aet of kllllng'Con'duoto'rLuther Roberson, ls moro than llkely not gullty. It was flrst reported'that' he was' a tramp, and that Mr. Roberson ldentlfled hlm fully before hls death, whloh report has beon cor rected, nnd\It lsr now known that Aleck Davls has been worklng in the Norfolk and Wostern Rallway yards In Roanoko, and is a resldent of ?Lynohburg, where he Is lobke'dupoh'aBfa qulet,. inoffenslve cltlzen,"and from. appoaranoe, manner and conversatlon^.o^...i:Ale9k'B-,wife and father-ln-hvw, . ,who ? vlslted hlm. In Jall on tho evoning^of the 4th, ho is related and conh'ected'wtth1 the'best class of hls raco ln Lynohburg, and lt ls now thought that tho 'suspect can prove a oompleto allbl. May-i. tha.-authorltles and detoo tlves hunt down, tho. real ^ransgresslor and punlsh hlro.ns. he desorves, ls tho wlsh of good oltlzehs. To thls end: a blg reward should be offored. W. LANCASTER. Farmvllle, Va.. Aprll 0th,.Jp03. Telegraphic Brevitles. COLUMB'US, O,?Almost tho ontlre town of Kennedy, Ala., a statlon on'tho South? ern Rallway, thlrty""mlle3 east of horn, was dostroyed by flre to-day. Tho loss wlll roaoh *40,OOO. AUGUQTA, GA.?The body of Charles Hatoher, who dlsappeared from hls home March 21st, was found floatlng ln an old mlll pond at Grnnltovllle, S. C? thls morn? lng. The ooroner's Jury will hold an in quost Immedlatoly, PENSACOLA, FLA.?As a result of a oolllBlon hero last nlght botweon. tho Swedlsh .steoimer Irone and the Brltlsh steamer Mortlake, the ownors of the for .mer vessol havo beon Ilbellod by the own? ors of tho latter for tho sum of $16,0CO. PROVIDBNCE, R, I.?The sohoonor Isaiah Stetson, from-New York, arrlved to-day wlth oolors half-most, havlng lost a sallor, Walter Pendloton, overboard March 80th. He hallod from Robkland, MTolno. ROME.?Very R?v' Monslgnor F. Z. RooUor, secretary of the Apostollo delo gatlon at Washlngton, has boen appolnt? ed Blshop of Navuvn Caorls, Phlllppliics. v^QOLORADO SPRINGS, COl/>UADO? County Judge Orr hns agreed to approvo n oompromlsti that has been reached be? tween the attorneys for I. Hnrry Strat ton and those for the oxeoutors of hls father*s wlll. Young Stratton ls to re colve |3BO,<ttO In cash. , OREENVrLLE, S. O.?Whlle returnlng Saturday nlght to hls homo, ten mlles south of Groonvillo, W. J. Bllls, a well known farmer, wns Berlously and prob? ably fatally lnjurod by Bob Bannour, a nogro. MACON, GA?Edward Spoars, asslstant agent of the Macon, Dubltn and Savannah Railroad, was shot and danuerously wounded at Danvllle,' Ga., by Wlll. Dan lel Wynne. gpears lhad drawn hls plstol when Wynne shot hlm. TALLAHASSEE, FLA-The Florlda Lfglslature wlll meet here to-morrow. FranK Adams, of Hamllton, was noml nnted for presldent of the Benato, and Ciomwoll Glbbons, of Duval, for Speakor of the House, I4TTLE ROOK, ARIC?John Turner, a negro, was lynohed at Warren, Ark., last nlght for an nttompted assault on Mrs. Nc-llly, a whlto woman. ^ DEATHS OF A DAY. lllv A??ocluti!.l I'lvss.) ' I1ROOKSVILLE, FLA., Aprll 8.?Dr. Sholton Strlnger, one of tho most wldely known physlolans In Florlda, dled thla mornlng at hls resldenco ln thls placo. _ MONEY TO LOAN (10 and upwards loaned on Planos _nd household furnlture, on the bulldlng and loan asaoclntlon plan, whlch makes the coat muoh less than you pay elsewhere, nnd allow you to pay lt off ln monthly'pay monts, runnlng from one to twelve "months. Get others' rates, then ?eo ua, Tldewater Loan and Trust Go. Sulte 83-34. Thlrd Floor, Merchants' Natlonal Bank Bulldlng. UC8 East Maln Street. ?i Take Elevatbr. WM H CULLINGWORTH &C0. COAL, COKE m WOOD Lower Phono 260. TJpper Phone 9641' he fteeley DRUG ADDICTIONS.^ 403 N.I?'"ST. RICHMOND, VA. CUT DOWN TIMBER IN BANKRUPTCY Judge Waddill Handled a[ Somewhat Peculiar Case Yesterday. Judgo Waddill, slttlng' ln chamberaj yeaterday heard contempt proeeedlnga agalnst Frank' P. CummingB, bankrupt, of Chestertleld county. i CummingB, lt waa alleged, out the tlmber- from his property ln that county after ho had beon adjudged a bankrupt, thus detract lng.from its value. Many wltnesses de-' posod, and after thelr tostimony the case w^s arguod brlefly. The oourt, lh dellver ing ouinlon, deolared that the actlon of the dofendant was olearly ln oontompt aird roally morltod some punlshment thorofdr,' but Inasmuoh aa any flne Imposed for oontompt would como out of tlie moony rlghtfully belonglng to the credltors, he announuod that he would liupose no flne, but Instead' would assess Cummtngs 1100 and tho costs Inoldent to tho proceedlng. Tlio caso of E, S. Johnson, of Lanoaa ter county, Indlotod recently at "Alexan drla for vlolatlon of the inarine laws ln ullowlng a schooner belonglng to hlm and othora to be nbundoncd lu a nnvl gable creok near Norfolk, waa transfor red to Norfolk und set for hearlng thero lu May, The case of T, H, Lankford, postmaster at Hltohcock, Greanoavllle county, liiV dloted for vlolatlon of tho postnl |awsi was postponed untll tho Ootobor tenn lu thls clty. The regular sprlng term of. the DU trlot Court will begln to-day, tho peity Jury belng ordored to assemblo at U A. M. Marshal Morgan Treat and hla d? puttes woro busy yoaterday Issulng aub poenas for the term. These will bo sent o.ut to nll parts of tha territory embracod wlthln tho dlatrlot. Thero are many mlnor oaaoa set for thls term, but there ls nono on tho dooket o( wldesproud In turost. Slnco tho last term of the oourt tho clerk's oftyo has been equlpped wlth new iiIjm and tndoxes, and wlth the ald ol thoao Clerk Brady, aftor hurd work, hucr suooeaded lu arrnti0lug all court paper* moro systomatically and convonlontljf! than they have ever been before. 4 . ? '-? Many a.vsrajt-s are so vastly improvcU by the adde4 rtchneaH Inn^artud by tho uso of Borden** Eagla Brand Condonswl MUk. The Eaglo Brand lu propared from tho mllk of herds ot well-fed, housed, groom.d cows of na? tlve breeds. Every cm ls testcd un.d l? therefore rellablo.?adv.