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"Wlll-Power" Will Not Curo It. Drink tn tho erenteM enr*? of mtnfclftd. Muny k yonn? man of Rrontent promtse h?8 found tn? "SJnJionored rrnre of a dninkard lnatoafl or ?n iooornWe plno ln aoclety. i FhrrielnnB have long reeofmlted tnat eon .tlnned lndnlretice ln nlfehollc atlMOUnt* eanaea tho rtomach nnd dtgfStlvo nrcana to btrome <llto>*oed. In tbo TB?t mnjorttj- ot cnies, tbcrc fere, habltnal dnuiki>nnrs? ln n rh.T?lral iIIb e?M, anfl no nmoimt of raentnl rrsolre or , "falth rore" wlll caro lt. MANBNTLY. CCRI3 TKB DIUMt HAmT. M> rti??nteo "il? ern "rin rrt"ni n," m?n?J, i should tbo reroedr foll. I3ut lt norer tloet fllll "OBBIWE" in tnntilMis, 6dt>tltM nnd color Ifgn, ?cd can b? glven wlthout tbo f/nUent i Itioirledse tn ton. C"feie. unter or nillk. lt Vonea op thn dlaenaed ntonwh nnd fclret ? bmrtr appotlte nrfl J9M d:cr?tlon._ Membera of tbe W, 0. T. V., cUrcrBMi, ohr ?lolann nnd rmtillo m? nH orer the lnnd emloraa tbln wonderful romedr, Rav. Thoa. 0. Eneton, P.D., ?2T H. Capitol St, ?Wtlb'BFtoo, D. C, wrltea: "I ?? ?lWM? Brm, from onaes nnder mr naraonnl Mwrration, that ORBRTE la a ranrrclmin and pertnnnant remedy for clirotife Irebrlnten." $1 per box, 6 bofet for ?5. Reenrolf ?oaledi pontpnld. fc-aled twtklet mallert freeon ro Jpeat. AddreM onrtlNR ro., Popo Dulldlnj, Wtflilnet?. D. 0.. or caa on 11 PER BOX-fl BOXES FOR *5. POLK MILLER DRUG GO. SM ErbI Main Btreet. POLK MtLI.ER-COLB.MAN CO., Flrst and Broad Streets. DANIELS ASKED REMOVAL OF GASE Argued That Alleged Gam blers Could Not Get a Falr' Trlal in Charlotte. CSpeclid to The rtmoa-Dlapateh.) C_LA_t_OTTE, N. C. April 26.?A Ben aation was sprung ln the Superlor Court this morning, when Walter Danlels, one of the men Indlcted by Booorder Shan nonhousc for gambling, asked, through his oounsel, Mr. Thomas C. Guthrio. that the caso agalnst hlm and others 3do removed from Mocklenburg county for trlal. In hla affldavlt Danlels states lhat owlng to the fact that a hot munici? pal flght la on, and that he and those In dloted wlth hlm have boen held up as gamblers, ho does not thlnk that lio, or the others charged with llkc offensos, can Isecure a falr trlal, Aa soon as thls amdavit was read Mr. Herlot Clarkson, who appears wlth Soll cltor Webo lu the proseoutlon, osltcd that tlmo be allowed them for an aiiBwer. Thls was dono, and nt S o'clock this a.t tcrnoon Mr. Clarkson read, in the prea ence of the court, the answor of the State t-o tho oontonUon of the ailldavlt <if DoJL \s. Bitch, Mlller. Hayman. Llttle, Horah and others. Judgo Shaw over ruled tha motion for removal. John Carter, tho negro who murdered his wife, Mnggle Carter. tho morning of the 28th of last Novomber, was to-day ^entenced to thlrty years at hard labor ln the State penleuiiary at Balslgh. Carter was brought Into court thls morn? ing, n.nd through hls attomeys, Mr. J.'rank B. MoNlnch nnd Mr. Thomas C. Gi)tlirle he Bubmltted to the charge of ?- ttnirdor in the second degree, whlch sub ' mlaHlon was agreed to by Sollcltor J. S. Webb. \VII1 Harrla. the house burner. tho thlcf Miul tho -lll-round despernto negro, wns nrralgned In tho Superlor Court thls morning- on nlne dlfferent chargos or housebreaklng, as^aults wlth deadly . weapons. and other lawlessness. Judge Fhaw sentenced hlm to servo twenty-flve years at hard labor ln thn State ponlten Mnry. Harrls wns eaptured In Norfolk arveral wceks ago by n colored iletecllve. TOKEN OF ESTEEM Mr. L. O. Wendenburg Was Happily Surprised. Mr. L. O. Wondenburgr, counsel for Dl? vlslon 162. A. A. of S. B. E., was the ro clpient ol a cilver tea servico from that organleatlon on Frlday nlght, an a token , of the affectlon and esteem In whlch ho Is hold by the membors of the body. Tha prea'ontatlnn speech wtm mado by Presl? dent Wilbur J, Grlggs, and Mr. Wenden? burg feellngly renlled, t Mr, Cornell III. Mr. A. B. Cornell, of Mantno, Va., Is* quIUi slck nt No. MS North Twenty-sec ond Street, Church Hlll. He Is undor the caro of Dr. VlrglnlUS Harrlson. BARN DANCE THE Merry Nlght at Bazaar for South Carolina Tablo. MOST ATTRACTIVE TABLES Descrlptlon of Some of the Features at tho Ma9onic Templo?The Pro? gramme Arranged for Monday. Monday's Programme. Aprll 27th?Masonlc and dcorgla Day. AFTERNOON, from 4 to 6? Novelty Party for Chlldren, wlth many unuaual attractlons. EVENINO, at 8:30? Masonio Home Chfldren'o Per formance, undor the dlrectlon of Miss Barbotir. The Shrlners to glve their Arab Drill. All Masons And tho publlc gohorally askad to be present. At tho Confedorate Bnzoar, tho barn dance glven by the ladles of the South Carolina tablo kept all hnnds-and feot as woll-bUEy ln answer to ihe etrum, strum of the banjo and the llvoly monsuro of the vIollnB. Tho dance, In Its roproductlon. was a trlumph for tho ladles of one of the vory prottlest nnd most popular of the iJazaar tablos, And what of South Carolina at the Ba? zaar? Flrst to answer to the bugle call ln tlme of wnr is sho standing wlth ldle hands in Ume of peaco. when the call cotnos 10 honor Its fallen h^eroes? On entarlng tho Bazaar bulldlng, turn lng to the loft. past the flower booth, tnore suddenly bursts Into beauty before the vlsltor a Japaneso pagoda, over wi.ich tralls the daluty Japaneso wistarla. Jap? aneso maldons fllt to nnd fro from the porttco Into the tea room, servlng South Carolina toa In dalnty Japanese cups or eelllng tho many oheup and beautlful ar tlcles offered for sale. Ono Japanea mald slts ln an end of tho portlco alone. There u usuallv a crowd around her. all very merry, for over her hoad sho holds a large Japaneso parasol. from the rlbs of whlch dnngle dalnty prlsres; all a mystery, wrap ped ln Japano'se tissue, lcorchlefs. A* she twlrls lt tho cuetomcr pays a tiny price nnd grabs a choloe. She ????*??! sriows pearly teeth, end clips the thread Whon tho prlze ls openod, what is ltf A dalntv cup or somo Japaneso toy, all pretty and attractlvo. "It ls the cheap booth.'! South Carolina Is. "Over tho tea cup" ono may chat and smlle nnd have a rest from the erush elacwhere. Newcomb Pottery. An Interested group may always be seen about the Newcomb pottery nt the louisiana booth. It seems to havo at traoted tlie attentlon of nll the Btrangers passlng through our clty. as well ns the resldents. ? _. _ . It la mado at the Sophle Newcomb Col? lego In New Orleans, and deslgned n> the students, who are only allowed to use tho floral nnd fauna of the Btate ln thelr deooratluns, and every plec0 ls unlque, They tnke thelr drawlngs to the potter; who "turns his wheel," and then deco rntos them. The deslgner then puts her marlc, In addltlon to the college whlch nlco pastos n llttlo Jnpnn label nftor flrlng ls done, descriptlve of the de Bun Somo of tho pleces on exhl.bltlon wlll make exquislto lamps. nml tho pur chasers have the ndded pleasurc of know Ing that they havo Bomothlng dlstlnotlve. Thls table hnn tourlsts' guldes to the clty of New Orleans, and mnny plotures of the BUgar-plantatlons, souvcnlr pos tnW flg presorves, gumbo filo, tobasco sauce, prallnes, nnd, lnst of nll. though far from lenst, tho worltR of Louisiana autbors mnnv of them belng autogrnph coples. The?e Include tho wldely known Mrs. M. K. M. Davis, Mnry Ashby Town eend, Mls's' Nlchola, and others. In addltlon tb Its other charnis. you can get 11 glnss of lee orenm soda nnd sit on the roof gnrden to drlnk and en joy the ever-changlng crowd of the ba? zaar. Teneessee Table. The Tennessee tablo Is exhlblting for sale the orlglnal coples of the fnmous Shepard army plctures. Those orlglnnls aro in wntcr colors and show a perfec tlon of detall. color nnd expression which no reproductlon cnn entlroly cntch. Tho doll department of the, Tennessee tnble contlnucs to be one of its most pop? ular features, nnd is constnntly besleged by onger purchasers of lts dalnty and niueh befrllled d'onrzens. Two pnrtlcu larly Interestlng dolls ln the collectlon nre made entlroly of cnrn shucks. with cnrn silk for halr. They were mnde hy a llttle lame girl, who l'lves ln Kansas, and wero sent from her tn the bazaar. Thls tnble has also mado a. speclal fea ture of Its flags, the small hand-painted flngs, each wlth a staff, made of wood from General Leo's houao. whlch aro tho Bouvenlrs of tho table, nnd larger alllc fliias In nll four of tho wvll loved Confed? erato deslgna. Mrs. I* M. Hart has been particularly successful In thla de pnrtment, and Is so constantly beslegel by buyers nf thOKO bonutiful souvenlrs that lt Is nlmost Impossible to aupply her with tho surprlaing number she' needs, Ono of the most he.autiful contrlhutlona In tho Tennesseo .tablo Is a white shirt waist, extiulsitely embroldered ?nd ready tn wear. It was glven by Mra. Shin What We Have Done for Others Let Us Do for You. Cash or Credit, We wlll Trust You. Our Prlces are % Low, Our Terms Very Easy. Chlna Cases ai priw a thnt willhuriiHsi-yuii Dlnlno Tublea nnd Chalrs, A neat, tlurahlo tablo for |3,( Others nt |5.00 to|35.00, '?}''? . I". :>*V -'-"??'- "-V gldeboardi, largest nssort iiHiit, lowost prloos, und iutest iloKlgns. g^jgagjgjgjajBS \' ???'.??-.r>'iii*!?W?3S ' . . ? '.Viir- . .c*P - , ?'.?y.jo-.'-; ij,,}. Mattings, Go=Carts, Iron Beds, Parlor Suits, Chamber Suits, Nntional and Vlctnr 1-Ylt Mattn?808, Jackson, Adt-hildn tflro Klng andl vietorine Springs to cwmfort. BuperbGw) Itenges. Jlluo Flame WickJess Oll Cooks, Home Furnishers, Fourth and Broad Streets. r. f I::l ?' ':.W-".,; -; '"- ""^^Xl Monaroh || ,V,,----4>L^^;^,^Lvv3 u^frlger f^SM i ' '?'"' l ? '-89 ?*??? Nm. ~^? -#j Koonom priec-Ji. IrVfiBIJ :-7 C'_L__^_S?a__r'^''' M__Jia_____Li_r_Wrfi~'faf^ Snecial Spring Sale on Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilst flrticles at Pr c^v.ui ^t*'"'^, ^ ???*?_?? _'..,__ rtn1v. Not more than two articles of morrow, Monday, April 27th, to continue ono week only. thousand articles we will put on speciai sale. es that spealc for themselves. Sale to commence to a kind to each customer, Below are a few of the many 690 330 1-2o 1-20 1-2c aste 1-2c 11o 45c 1-2o 50c Absorbcnt Cotton, i lb. iQC $i Ayer'a Halr Vigor..,. 630 BOc. Atomlzcrs (Medlclno). 'b? 60c. Anglers Petroleum Emulslon, per bottle.34 1-2o 23c. Allen's Foot Eaee . 16 1-Zo 25o. Arnlca Tooth Sonp 15,1-20 _B $1.00 B. B. B. 75c. Beof, Iron and Wine. 20c. Best Powdered Borax .. 10 13o. Belladonna Plaster .06 15c. Blxley'a Largo Shoo Paste 07 16c Blxley'a Sntln Sho; PollBh, P and Pollah . B 25c Bruahes (halr) solld back... 60c Bovonlne . 10o Bromo Seltzor ./. B %omf 25o Carrlago Spongeo . 11 1'2? $1.00 Comblnatlon Fountnln 8y rlnoo and Water Bag, two Qtiarts ."? 25o Carbollo or Sulphur Soap.... ojo 25o Cutlcura Soap . nj O80 Chlorldo of Llme .'. 10c Compound Syrup of White Pln* por ounce .?.??? 36c Castorla (Fletcher'n) .... 22 1-Zo 5oc Castilo Soap, imported, 3'J:a:'? bars, per bar . " wo White or Oreen. 25c Cartera Little Livcr Pills is i-ac 100 Empty CapsuTea ...... ??? ' 60 Castlle Soap (Importecl) ... 2 wo 6O0 Comba (unbreakable) . 29? 15c Combs .9o 25c Dlnk'B Cough Syrup . 11 1-2c 10c Diamond Dyes, nll colors.6 i-ac 50c Dink's Dyapepsia Tablets,_ best remedy on earth for indi geatlon.? J7C 25c Dead Stuck for Buga 14 1-2o Kr*M .... 35C ... $1.98 50c Elixir Babek .... $10.00 Electrlo Belts . t - --- $1.50 Elastlo Trusseo, all aliea $1.19 10c Epsom Salts, 12 ouncea.03o F" 50c Flg Syrup . 1fl? $1,50 Fe(low's Hyphophosphates . .98o 25o Florida Water, M. ond U, .. 1~o 25o Foutz'a Cattle Powder.. .. 13 1-3 25o Frazlcr Nerve nnd Bone Lln 19 1-2 $1.00 Fountal.t Syrlnge, 2 qU.39o 25c Family Physiclan. 'S0 50c Grove's Chill Tonlc... 24 M?j . 5c Glue, Iron.03 i-? ] 6c Glycerlno Soap .03 ' zo M 35o Hunadyl Water . 17 1-2? 10c Harlem 011 . 3 *:?? 25o Holmes Frostllla . 1 <"? 25o Harpor'B Braln Food .... 16 wo 25o Humphroy'B Wltch Hozel Oll. 17o 25o Hoyt'8 Cologne . 1;? DOo Hooper's Cough and Cold Cure 20o $1 Hancock's Llqulcl Sulphur -69c 25c Holiday's Wutcrproof Shoe Drcssing . ?3C 50c Horsford Acid Phosphate 33 ?-? $1 Hot Wator Bags, 2 qt., best rub ber .41? Headache Tablets, (Tragle b) no cure, no pay ., , $1 Hoopor'8 Taateleos Cod Llver 011 .;.'.59? 25c Hlres Root Beer.12 wc 25o Imported Tootlibrushes ..11 1-2o 15c Imported Toothbrushea .. 7 1-Zo Gut Thls Out, brlng lt wlth you ond aave 20 per cent. on prescrlptlons thla week only. Extra Speclal. From 6 to 8 O'clock P. M. Monday and Tuesday only?Flne Im? ported Porto Rico Cigars, 9 for 25c only 9 to oach customer. *m 10o Imported Toothbruahes . OBo 25o Irvln's Nerve and Bona Llnlment (Best llnlment on the market..12o K BOo Klng's New Dlecovery . 85o. BOo Kilmer's Swamp Root .... 84 1-2o 50c Laprictlc Pills. 100 ln a bot? tle.28 1-2o $1 Lambert's Llsterlne . 64o 23o Lyon's Tooth Powder ....... 14o 2Bo Laxative Qulnlne Tnbleta 12 l-2o 1Bo Llghtnlng Rat Klller -8 1-2o tvi 23o Meade 'and Baker's Mouth Wash, Bpaclal .16 1-2o $1 MotherV Frlend . 98 1-2 10o Malena Bnlve .6 1-2o $1 McQIII's Orange Bloaaoma .... 69o 25c Mennen'o Talc Powder.. 11 1-2C 15c Munyon'a Wltch Hazel Soap 09o E_H 13o Peara' Unscented 8oap .... 10o 25c Packer'a Tar Soap. ?4 i-a* 25c Ptzo's Consumptton Cure 16 1-2o $1 Peruna .63c 25o Pomado for the Halr, hlghly perfumed .090 25o Plerce's Pellets .13o 25c Palmer's Talcum Powder 09 1-2o 75c Quinlne, Imported, or.38e Qulnlne Pills, per dozen (2 gr.).. 03c 35c Qulnlne Halr Tonlc . 17o ( 100 2-G. Qulnlne PUls, Park & Davis .aac 25o Rublform .19 1-2o 25c Red Cross Kidney Plaater 14 1-2o Extra Speolal. From 2 to 3 O'clock. 5c. Absorbent Cotton, 2c? only one to a customer?Monday and Tuesday only. Extra Speolal. Flne Whlto Mllled Scented Tollet Soap, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day only, 1c. per cake, not more than 10 cakes to each customer. Extra Speolal. Moth Balls, for Puttlng Away Clothea only 2 pounds to a customer, 3 1-2o. per pound. Extra Speolal. 1Bc. Belladonna Plasters, only two to each customer, 6 i-ac. Extra Speolal. BOc. Imported Persian Insect Pow ders, 1 pound to each customer, 26c J 35o Razor 8tropa.14 1-2 25o Rogfcr & Qnllet Soapa . 190 3 10c Sewlng Machlna Oll, 4 oz 3 1-2o 50c 8tuart'e Dyapepala Tablata, 33 1*2 25c Sozodont. 1?o $18.8. 8. for Blood.64o 25o Sheffleld Dentlfrlce .... 14.-1*8* 1Bo 8orew Top Vaaellne Potrolaum Jelly (9 ouncea) .04 1-2o 25c Seidlitz Powders, box. tj i-ao nr 10o Tragle'e 40 Lfttle Llver Pllle, speclal. 9 1-2o 78o Tragle's Extraot of Violet* of Vlrglnla, par oz . 27o $1 Trusaes (Blaatlo) .83o 28o Tragle'a Carbollo Mouth Woah guaranteed to be the best mouth wash on the market, one bottle to a ouatomer.; ... 140 $1 Wampola'a Cod Llver Oll.. .. 63o 2Bo Wlnalow'a 8oofhlng 8yrup 1B 1-2o $1 Warnar'a Safe Cure.69o 35c Violet Cream, best for aunburn, $1 Xanthlne for the Halr.69o Extra Speolals. Vloleta of Vlrglnla?the beat and most laatine perfume made, one drop equal to ten of other oxtraots?only one ounce to a customer, used by peoplo of reflnement for ovor ten yeara?per ounce .27c , Extra Spooiais. 6,000 Madlum and Largo Lomp Chlm neys (Pearl Top) each.? 3 1-2o 1,000 Lamp Chlmneye (Pearl Top) each 1 1-2o. Extra Speolal. Comphor Flake,, best and nicest preparation, used for Motha and packlng, per pound, 7 i-ac. Extra Speolal. Tragle'a 25c. Dog Soap, one cake to customer, 7c. Extra Speolal. $1.00 Duffey's Malt Whlskey, 79c. Extra Speolals. Beat Oouble Dlatlllad Extract of Wltch Hazel, only one quart to a cua tomer (brlng bottle)'.19o Extra Speolnls, Beat Quallty Extracta of Lemon, Va nllla, Paregorlo, Splrlts of Nltre, Ja malca Olngor, and Peppermlnt, full 4 ounce bottlea, only two of a klnd to a ouatomer.12 1-2o ' Extra Speolals. 85o. Aponta Water.18 1-2c 30c Welch Orape Juloe.21c. Bo. Black Kid Tor Boap . 8 1-2o 20c. 1-2 Pound Powers and Wlght man Sodlum Phosphate.,.0o, 1Bo. Box Sea 8alt '.80 100 2-Qraln Qulnlne Pills?Parke, Davla & Co., Golatlne coatod. 22c 26c. Wrltlng Papar, all tlnts-09o. 5c Cubanola Cigars, 3 for.... 10c 33o. Rublnat Water.27o 25o. Deano'B Dyspepala Pills .... 17o 25c. Daad 6ure Bed Bug Pol?on.. 17o Bc. Whlto Scentod Derby Soap, per Cako.02e. Per Dozen . 22o, 2So. Comfort Powder .18c, 25o. 1-Pound Petroleum Jelly-09o. 26c. Flower Pot,- wlth bottle best Violet Perfumo .07o. 10c. Violet ChirmD .07c, 25c. Imported Malt Extract.09c 60c. Morjo Llnlment . 18c 1Bo. Bottle Tooth Powder ...... 04c, 15o. Whlek Brooms . 7 1-2c 2,000 Tooth Plcks . 3 1-20 1,000 Sliautb Flna Tollet Papor 3 1-2o $1.00 Montgomory Blood Purlfler B9o. 10c. Death Dust . 7 1-Zo. 25c. Flne Florida Wator. 14o. Extra Coffee Speolal. Beat 35c. Moeha and Java, put up In alr-tlght oans, only one to a customer per pound, 19c; 2 1-2 pound can, 48c, for thls week only. Extra Speolal. ioc Perfumed Talcum Baby Pow? der . ?3C Exfra Speolal. Beat Oum Camphor, per pound, BSc Phone 2888. ,, Up-to-date Prescription Druggists. Mail Orders Will Receive OuV Prompt Attention as Usual. 8! 7 E. Broad Sl. I -rp.er, who dld the work on lt herself. ?he votiiig aacne the foremen of the American Locomotlve Works for the beautlful sllver servlce, now on d'.splay nt tho Tennessee table, grows moro ex cltlng dny by day. The contestants are nll popular men. and the frlends of each one are maklng a hard flght for the vlc? tory. The rnce ls too closo now for any predlctlon to bo mado as to its result. North Carolina. The North Cnrollna tnble has gotton out a souvenlr postal wlth a plctura of tho Jefferson Davis Arch. One of Its n'nlunble dbnatlons ls a stole and pouch, done ln bead embroidery by tho Call fornln Indlan.s. The order for tho ?P0 rult of clothes ponerously glven by Mr. Bnrney Myers, was drawn last nlght by Mr. Fred Wll bOR. Mr. Alec Moseloy has preHentod the tablo wlvh two handsome trunks. Mr. Slmons wlll make to order for the North Carolina table a. handsome droas waist cont. whlch wlll fall to tho guesser of a lucky ntimbef. ^8^?^o^o?oo.o.aaoxM^c8^ov?^fCfa P. Q -THE? | I WORLD OF ART | Georgo Hltchcock and Qulncy Adams, Amorlcan artlsts, havo been awarded medals at tho annual exhlbltlou of the Acadomy of Art, Vlenna. The blg bronzo atatue of Atlas, whlch haa etood on the fourth floor of the old "Times" bulldlug ln Chlcago, for more tlian a, thlrd of a century aud whlch wns placed In tho mructure by Wllbur F. Storoy, has beon etolen. The etatuo welghed more than a toi:. At a BiUti at Anderson's book auctlon rooms In N?W York last week a docu inont Hlgned bv llaphael waa nold for M00. It gavo tho Bpeclflcatlons for tho bulldlug of St. I'eter's at Rome aa well aa thu nnrne of tho mafloim and earpen tcrs, tho dlmenslona of tho walls and oth? er dotulls. At Chrtstle's ln l.ondon, a short tlmo ii go, the works of threo presldontii of the Royal Academy wore sold. A portralt by Slr Francis Ur.int, the presldent from l.stia tolSVS, foll ftt tho flrst bld for Ifi. Sir Frederlo Lelghton's "Mortsh Garden" Huld for J4.400; and Slr F/dward Poynter'8 "31ogo of Carthuge" brought $.'l,loo. Tho deuth oeourred recently of Au gusto Ivegemble, the oldest of tho Purla nrt dealers, I.-Keinhle waa ln hla elghty flfth year, and waa for ovor slxty years buylng and fielllng objecta of nrt. Ho eeoured somo of hls bost bargalna ln tho country at n tlmo when nnre und valu alilo thlnga wero to be had at Binull prices. A Rubens Ivis been brought to llght tn Vlenna, whero lt wns found In ono of th6 garrets of tlio Imperlal palnco. It wns one of a rtozen old plctures so covered wlth dlrt nnd vnrnlsh that tho uubject Waa luirdly recognlzable. After clennlng It was dlscovorod to be a Holy Family, Blgned "P, v. nubena, }830." n wns ho dHmagod l/y negleot as to be beyond repa rutlon. At Rome tho tomb ot the family of Popo Pank-mliiH (A. D. flOo-881) hns be*n rtbicovored near the catucomba of Snlnl Oall\tus, between the Appl?" >*n<1 Ar dontlno Ways, The Interlor Is decorated wlth freecoos. An epltaph of the mother of tfija Popo has beon dlscovered whlch Bets forth that sho dled at the nge of elghty nmo. Jforr, Wliport, the German avch aeojoglsl wl.ado tho dlscovery. hopes '.. flud the gruvo of thls canonlsed Popo, who ls known to hnve been buried near hln mother. -_a?, Slonewall Rebekahs. At the regular meetlng of Stonewall Rebekah Ixidgo, I. o. O. P., t'>e '"dge nc cepted the Invltatlon to attond the ser ylce* nt Trhilty M.-tho-llst Church thls cvenlng, An Intereattng meetlng waa he d end soveral appiicatlow* tor memb ershlp were reud. DR. ABBOTT HERE TO-DAY Preaches This Morning at Flrst Baptlst Church. REV. MR. MOODY TO PREACH Addresses Men's Meeting at tho Y. M. C. A. This Afternoon. and at Qraca Street Presbyterlan Church This Evenlng. Several dlstingulshed out-of-town mln lstera ln attendanco upon tha Educatlonal Conference now belng held hera, wlll preach to-day ln Richmond. At the Flrst Baptlst Churoh, ln tho morning, the pulplt wlll bo filled by tlio Rev, Dr. Lymnn Abbott, of New York, tlio dlstingulshed edltor of tho Outlook, Tha Rov. Dr. Davld Jamea Burwell, of the Mablo Colleglate Church. New York, wlll preach ln the morning at the Church of the Covenant and at nlght at tlio Flrat Preabyterlnn Church. . The Rov. James Eels, of tho old hlstorlo Flrst Church, of Boston, wlll preach ln tho morning at tlio Smlthdeol Bulldlng to tlie Flrst Congregatlonal Church. In tho aftornoon at S:30 o'clock ln the V. IL C. A. Hall, tho Rev. Wllllam R. Moody, of Northfiold, MaBB., a son of tho late Dwlght L. Moody. wlll nddroBS a largo audlonco of men. Mr. Moody ls ono of tho most distlngulBhed mlnisters In tho country and bo wlll doubtlcaB at tract a largo crowd. At nlght he wlll dollvor an addresa at tho Qrace-Street Presbyterlan Church. Si>?olal exercl^es hold this morning at Trlnty Methodlst Church wll! mark tlie oelebratlop of tho olghty-fourth annlvet sary of Odd-Fellowahjp ln Amorlca. Tho orator for tho occa.slon wlll be tlio Rov. G.iorgo lf. Bpooner, pastor of Trlnlty, and a member of tho Order. Tho several kulgfis In and around the olty wlll aa Homble at tlio church, Unlon I.odgo, No, 7, wlll oelobrate at 3:20 o'clock In tho aftornoon at thelr lodgo-room at Franklin and Mayo Streets. Warden <'. V7. Morrla wlll dolvor an ad drcsH on Odd-Fellowshlp. Tho publlc gen. orally aro Invlted to attond. Thero wlll be no servlces at the Rloh moiul Mulo Orphan Asylum tblB (Sun day) afternoon and Mrs. Olll and her boya wlll locil tbo munlo at tbo Soldlers' Home at 4 P. M., when Dr. J. Wm. Jonea, <liiiplaln-g.uicral U 0, V.. wlll preach to hls old comradea. VotoranB nnd tho pub? lic gonerally are cordlally Invlted to at? tend thla service. Tlie Itov. Hugh Chapman, of Dondyji, KuKliiiui, wlll preach at the Monumental Churoh at 11 o'clock to-day. Dr. Chap? man ls represenled as a flne preacher. 11In work Is ln Ixmdon. Dr. C. R. Oardner wlll preach at tlio Grace-Htreet Baptlst Churoh thls morn? ing on "Clirlat tho ltevelutlon of Man. TIuto wlll bo no service ln tho evenlng on account of tho Curry Memorlal exer clsea at tlie Academy of Muslc. Rov. Dr. Honry 13. Johnaon wlll occupy hls pulplt at both servlces to-morrow ot l.aurel-Blreot Methodlst Church. In tho mornlllg he wlll dlscims "Forjflven as wo Forglvo." and at tho nlght service ho wlll take for hla subject "Jesus Bearlng tho Crosa." Tho Rev, Henry Pearce Atklns wlll preach to-nlght at West-End Chrlstlan Church on "What ls a ChrlstlanT" \ _ In Every Good Family. DUNLOP PATENT FLOUR. Becauso it makes whiter, botter and moro nutritious bread than ovdinary flour. Tho family that once eats Bread made from JJunlop Patent Flonr will have no other. So, DUNLOP PATENT FLOUR finds a perraanent home; its adopled by tho family. All Grocers sell it. DUNLOP MILLS, Makers, Richmond, Va. PRIZE WINNERS IN THE TIMES-DISPATCH WANT COLUMN CARTOON CONTEST The flve prlzes for the best drawlngs tubmltted In Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch Want Column Cartoon Contest lost week wero awardod ob follows: Flrst prlze, J'.'.OO order-Bavcnport, No. 19 South PIno Street, city. Second prlzo, $1.00 ordor-Amella Tel falr, No. <J1? East Mnln Streot, clty. Thlrd prlze, $1.00 order?Jennlo D., clty, Fourth prlze, $1.00 order-J. J. Welsli, No. MO North Thlrd Streot, clty. Flfth prlze, $1.00 order-J. R. Camp? bell, Hlnton, \V. Vn. The eontestnnts deservlng speclal mon tlon aro; , Rlchmond, Vn.?Miss Dorothy Miller, J. W. COUPCll), Robblo C. Astrop. R. U Smith. Jr., Trevlllan Kainii, Mlss Josoph lno Mercer. TInlcnown, I* B., Mrs. I?, Ashburner, M. B. Wltt, Mlss Bulle Col lins, Mlss B. Gnrthrlght, Mrs. John I.. Stltch, S. II. Parker, R. D. O., Amolla Tolfalr. John Sharp, J. F. Stlth, M. W-, J. T. Stlth, W. E. Colgln, Goorgo W. Mltchell. I31ackstone, Vn?Mlss J. W. McEney. Buckervllle, Vn.-J. XV. Almond. Goochland. Va.-MlHS Sunle Harrla, Mra, Mlnnlo Gnrrod. J. B. Goodman. Ilnnovor, Va.?Miss Emma WlngnelX, E. Kelth Taylor. Suffolk, Vn.?Miss Dalsy Murney. Newport Npwb?E. S. Dlgnn. Rocltcnstle, Va.? Eoytho Laoy, Roanoke, Va.-W. T. Davnnt. Bwnnsonvllle, Va.-Julla B. Swanson, W, R- Brlght. Puehnor, Vn.-Nonnlo R. Cook. Goochland, Va?G. D. Mlllor, C. II. Garrod. _ Clarksvllle, Va.-J. E. Wllklnson, D. S, Wllklnson. Scrugg3, Va.?MIbb M. Dyon. Washington, D. C?Mrs. II. B. Gor? don. Martlnsvlllo. Vn.-Mlsa Ruth Whlttle. OharlottoHVllle, Va.?Mrs. Frnnk Mlclilp. Crow, Vn.?Maud D. Tutton, Maud J*. Sutton. Whlto Stono, Va.?Marlan James. Spottsvlllo, Va.-R. II, Jones. Orange, Vn.?Mra. X,. M. Brnnlwry. Franklin, Va.?Mlsa Nannle Dyno NATIONAL CONFERENCE CHARI TIES AND CORRECTIONS, Atlanta, Ga? May 6-12, 1003. via South? ern Rallway. Ono Fare, plus 25c. for the round trlp, from all polnts. Tiokets on salo May 4th und Oth, roturn llmlt Mny 16. 190.1. Rates open to tho publlc. SPECIAL NOTICE, Dally Servlce vla the Popular York-Rlver Llne. Effectlve Aprll 27, 1903. dnlly sorvlee wlll bo ioBiimed by tho popular Yoik Rlver l.lne, tho steamer leaving each end of the llne dally except Sunday. SUGAR CANE GROWERS' CON? VENTION. Macon, Ga., May 6th to 8th, For thls occaslon the Atlantlc Coust Blno will soll tlcltets from polnts on Us hno to Macon, Oo., nnd return at ralo of one faro, pjus twenty-flvo c-onts; tlck ets on Balo Muy -1th aml fith, wlth finnl return llinlt May 10th. Thls ',.? the quick i-st nnd most comfortnblo i itc to Mu con. Through Pullman. Sleeplng cars, wlth dhilng-cir servlce-, For full lnfor matlon apply to ngents, or 0, S.eAMT'BBIJj, Dlvlslnn Fassungor Agent, No. 838 East Maln Sl., Rlchmond, Va.