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IS_ Situation in Croatia Assuming Alarming Proportions. FIERCE FIGHT WITH POLICE Charge IVinoO With Drawn Sabres on Ch.wcl, and Numb.rs of Persons Wer. Injured?Pensants Stone ??iuii ry, ?Vho Retaliate. ?ii.v AMocinted Pr???-..1) VIENNA, May 21.?The revolt in Croa? ti;, ?? spreading to every part of the Titular kingdom nnd threatens to ox t?mi t.. Dalmalla, Tho celebrations nt Agrara yeeterday of the anniversary of the death of Jella cihlch von Buslm, tho former ban of Crotla, culminated In a floreo conflict with the pollco, who attacked the crowds With sabres, wounding many persons and making 800 nrrests, Including sovernll students and women. The city of Agram Is now completely under military rule. The principal streets are closed by cor? dons of troops. Four regiments, fully equipped for war, have been ordered to proofed from Ocdonburg to tho Agram district. At Buccnrl and Mejam thousands of peasants attempted to destroy the rail? road ln order to prevent the arrival of troops. They tore up tho rails at five Different points, and when tho mldtary (arrived tho peasants pelted them with stones, injuring sovcnal soldiers. The troops retaliated by shooting and bayo? neting many of tho peasants. The Sla%*B r?sident in various parts of Austria and Bonomia ore holding Indig? nation me?tlngs to protest against the proceedings ln Croatia, where over two thousand persons have already beon lm jrrlsoned. The difsturbances In ?Droatla arc pri? marily due to the long standing rnco natred botween tbe Slavs and tho Mag rare, TWO SOURCES. The present outbreak has two main fources: "First, the genomi discontent of ho peasantry, arising from tho extreme poverty prevailing ov??rywhere, and from the fact that ln somo part of the coun? try tlio peasants are on the vergo of famine. Second, tho indignation aroused py the alleged tyrannical rule at Count Khun Hedeervaxy, the present ban of Croatia. Tho ?Croatlns attribute much of their poverty to the financial methods of tho Hungarian government, whlcrh Is accused of drawing from ?Croatia monoy in ex? cess of its legal proportion of the taxes in spite of the protests of tho inhabi? tants. Consequently, throughout Croatia there is Increasing hatred of Hungarian rule and languago. Tlio recent attempts mado to Introduce tho Magyar langunge In Croatia has especially aroused popu? lar Indignation. , As evidence of official tyranny, the Creations point out that there is .abso? lutely no liberty of tho preBS. Scarcely a day has passed for many years with? out opposition newspapers being confis? cated, and ln.tterly they wero all sup? pressed. The people have not the right '.o hold public meotlngs, not even at flection time, and the government is ac? cused of absolutely controlling tho elec? tions. Only three "por cent, of tho popu? lation Is allowed to vote, and many oppo? sition voters, and even opposition candi? dates, havo been Imprisoned on tho eve Df tho election. Tho Croatlnns, In brief, enjoy absolutely no rights of citizenship. Since tho Hungarian government Is employing strong military forcee to quell | ?.ho disturbances, It is probable that or lei? In Croatia will bo restored. SNAP-SHOTS TAKEN IN HOTEL LOBBIES "The adjournment of tho L?gislature will have a wholesome offoct upon the business Interest? of tho State" said a prominent business man at tlio Jefferson last night. "Tho final pnssogo of tho revenue bill, for Instance, settles tilings on that lino for a while nnd llxes tho policy of the law with reference to taxes." "Then, too, it is always true that when :ho liiwmaKliig body of tho State is ln .osston, Unire. 1b a certain amount of uncertainty about -What will he dono and It always hat-?? Its effect upon business. l'ho little surcease from, now putii No I'ombcr will doubtless bo utilized for all It Is worth by the business Interests of the' State." Hon. A. IT. Withrow, of Rath county, *e ln the olty, superintending the con? struction of "Mrs. Atkinson's new hotel, at tho corner of Ninth and Grace Streets for the building of which ho Is the con? tractor. Captain Withrow, who hns soveml times represented his ?lhrtrlct ln tho legisla? ture, 1b being urged to stand again this fall, but Ivo say? he line no pr?sont inten? tions of ro-etitoring publlo life. Hon. Wi. C. Wlnn, former member of tho House of Delegates from Lunenburg, was In tlie dty last night on privato business. "We havo n, lino trop of candidates for pounty officers this fall," mild Mr, Wlnn, 'arid moat of thoso who are out lire good men. Our people are suffering greatly tor want of ruin and art. hoping for a good tobaooo season nhortly." Mayor Honry E. Lee, of Crew?, who ?vili flkelv be put up by the Democrats of Nottoway mid Amelia counties, to suc? ceed Congressman li. Q. Southall, lu tho Mouse of Delegates, Is hero and la reg? istered at Murphy's. Mr. Leo Is a young lawyer of ability :uid 1b ?pilte popular in both of the coun t'i-B composing tho district. There bus been tulle of Rev, Jainus Cannon. Jr., ? mining for the seat on the Prohibition Imbuo, .lefferKon?R, P, Roll and wife, Statui? toti; ?. O. Btovene, Lynchburg; John R. Moon, Charlottesvllle, M.irphv'a?N. i'- (Vatllng, Lynchburg; Rev. ("rt-orge B, Vest. Franklin; 11, ?. lAti Crew??; Mrs. R. W. iJuiii'iin and children. Howimlsvlllo; 3. il, Ayr???, Ac ;omac. New Ford's?Vf, V. Hall and wife, Vu.; LONDON BUSES And an American Food. There is probably no food on earth that could sustain a woman 60 years old ander the following circumstances ex u-i.i Drape-Nuts: For 1 months she lulil 111 from partial paralysis brought <mi by the wrung kind >f fooii ruining stomach and then affect? ing the nervous system, Luring tlie '.Irne she wan getting well the physicians !ed her on Grape-Nuts She says: "My diel consisted of two teaspoon fuis ol Orupe-Nuts and some ?i?-ain each meal for two mo-iths. Tlio?. increased t" two dessert spoonfuls, and tc show how It sustains naiui??, 1 ?,,,,,? ?ont ? pounds Jh, the whole i months, ? got well slowly und am now in prime health and III the. laid 3 months have I,,,?,, [n ? foreign oountrJeti. I carry Grape-Nub. everywhere'W|th me. "In London i saw the big Grape-Nuts tigna ??n the "buses" ail aboijt. - Con? sideling iiuw pear deatl* i wat, hi \ ?,. ; -?? well ? am now through 14*'" I food -Ion.?, and that?,! am IK) y.iii.-i (.1-1, mv Ml.-,..?.' look upon my recoi'ery as marvelous." Maino given -by i'ostuin Co., Rattle Mich, >' IDEAL CREATIONS OF ARTISTIC ENDEAVOR ARE f TH-Y HEAD THB LIST OF HIOHEST QRaDE PIANOS IN THB WOULD. PIANOLA. PIANO PLAYER. Tho oldest nnd bost. Highest point attained, Novor ????? bo surpassed. Sacrifice Sale of Organs. A GREAT CLEARANCE At 50 Cents on the Dollar. 103 EAST BROAD STREET. DESCRIPTIVE CAT ALOQUES ON APPLICATION. H. Vf-. Parks, Enfleld; T. A. Ovorby. l_iinenburg?; M. I?. Harris and wife, New? port Ne?vs. CARNIVAL FREE TO CHILDREN All children tinder twelve yonrs of age will bo admitted freo to the carnival grounds to-morrow afternoon. Yesterday nftdrnoon extensiv- preparations were commenced by tho carnival dlrootors to completo what ls promised to be an extra gala day for the children. A band of additional truined dogs, po? nies and monkeys wero busy trninlng in tlio dog and pony circus yesterday; ex? tra lemonade, candy nnd peanut stands have been arranged for, hundrods of ex? tra colored lights havo boon ordered to Increase tho brilliancy of tlio Immenso mld?vuy In tho ?ivenlng and ? general overhauling of trunks nnd properties on tho part of all tho performers ?vas In? dulged In for it has been decided to feed the curiosity nnd pleasure of tlio little ones to tho fullest extent possible. Tho Welt-mans, whose daring liigh wiro performance has attracted univer? sal satisfaction, havo ordered a big quantity of fireworks for the ovonlng, the camels, donkeys and ?vlld animals ha?'o been carefully lnokod over and es? pecially ln the mammoth Strools of In? dia steps hnve boon tnken to Increase and doublo those portions of that enter? tainment that nre especially adaptable for children. Prlnco I lamed, tho Hindoo magician, ?vili perform many no?v and nmuBlnK tricks, tlio tiny Japs and tbo boisterous Bro?vnlos ??-111 exort tliem seh.s to their utmost! In short, every? thing will bo planned nnd carried out to make tho coming Saturday afternoon a red-lottor one for boys and girls. Tbo freo attraotlons ??Mil bo practically doubled nn regards length and wenltb of detnll and In all the Individual shows extra double performances ??'111 be given. In nrrnnging this children's freo mut? in?e festival, tho directors of tho cnrnl val aro pursuing a plan that received itB first incoptlon in Ttounoke. "AVo tried the scheme und found lt gnvo ?atlsfnctlon all around," said Gen? eral Manager Will S. Heck lnst nliiht. "The boys arid girls can learn a whole lot by attending our carnival organiza? tion nnd thero Is not a crook or corner In the ?vholo midway that children ran't enter ?\'lth perfect safety. Parents need not be afraid to tnlto their boys und girls to any placo ln our midway for all our shows nro clean nnd peopled by ladles and gentlemen. Everything represent? ed Is a trim picture from the den of lions In tho animal arena to tho iiualnt streets and villages of the far-away lands on tho other side of the globo, ns glvon ln our Streets of India und the Plcturesijue Orient." CLOSE OF THE EVENING COLLEGE List of Those Who Will Ob? tain Awards To ?ight. The commencement exorcises of tlio ?Evening College of the Y. M, C ?. will bo held to-night nt n:30 o'clock. The pro? gramme will consist of munie, awarding of distillations, and an address by Kev. C. 9. Giu'dner, pastor of the Grace-Street Baptist Church. The Virulilla Oleo Club ?vili h?iik. The f?lfowlnB studente uro eii tltlwl to awards this year: DIPLOMAR Keillor -Elementary Arithmetic ? ?lohn Brockwell, F. 13, J-ongan, l.lnwood Rong? era, Intermediate Arltnmetlo?W. C, Clio? iiault. Book-keeping?Goo, C, BcllWelok iii. Caskto il. Burch, Ungiteli Grammar? Ji. I ?. Wiiimn, ??\ li. ?.??????, Stenogra? phy?Samuel p. Mason, Junior?UuslnesB?Clarence Harden, Fred Dunkel. Wim?, Grlgg, Hunter Camp, F. 11. August. I'eniiiiiiinhlp-Wllllii t,ri?g, Clarence Pardon, J. Lewi? l.'nulor, Au Kust .Milliner, Clarence N. ?stiitz. Bleu ogiiiphy-wiJllnia S, Camp, ?polling?Wil? lie Grlgg, l?'. H. August, riiUTiiii'.vriv.s op iukti.ni'TIo.n. Senior?Elementary Arithmetic??R. i!, Hughes, intermediate Arithmetic?Jlarold KimIi. Book-keeping?A. M, Pullen, 11. J. I'lillman. English Illuminili -11. VA. Fliiurnoy, 11. I.uch, W. ?.'. ?'lieiiiulll. lvn iinuiship und Correspondence ?neppaul Crump. Heiiiur Stenography? William C, Miller, junior?Arithmetic?-Clarence Dur.ieu, Willie ?????,;. John F, Seuy. Krank Jett, Jumes !.. ?''p?-ier. ?.mm, Werner, Frank il. August. Business- Thomas Junes. I'oii iiiaiiMhlp- Hi,?all Junes, 1?'. II. Auyusl, Freddie Williams. ??Ye??, Dunkel. liurnunl Wiirrlniier, I.juIh \". eriur, Jr., \V. J.. ClilldresB. Charlea Hardy, Wilfrid Hardy, ?Arthur C, Junes. Spelling -Krcd. Dunkel. Clarence Darden. Hunter Camp, Thomas Junen. Karl Jones, Julian l'ut. Hleii ograpliy?Jtlchuid Sale, Jr.. Hoben A. Shaidu.il. Bull Brooks, CJ-BTIFICATI-S OK M CUIT. ?Senior?Intermediate Arllliinelli -11. \?'? Flouinoy, Book-keeping- lt. I. Phillip?, i;n,.--t Bales, penmanship und Corro? spohdeiice- ?? '?? Hughes, Henry Vv\ Fjour?oy. Mechtmlrul Dna? uh; -Malcolm Day, ?????? liui?ipliiii. Junior- -Arithmetic- Bernard Wurmner, l'nil. lniu-el. George J'Ullluij. Au,,u l Manner. Thomas 'Jones, Itoyull Jone?, Fred. Williams. Nat. Buckelt, liu-ii.? .?> Julian l'in Karl Jones, Fred. William-. penmanship ?liiili.ilii GllgS, Willie .N'el son. luiin Hammock; Frank J.a?. George li. pulling, ?mesi !.. l?nUdit, t?????a?. l*. Jone*. Spelling -Funi. Williams. Hleii ograpliy? Worthy _.. Chilares?. Clem. Johnson? COL. BOWMAN'S GOOD RECORD Was the Man Who Oot Vir? ginia Exhibition Money for St. Louis. One of tho now members of the present Houso of Delegates who took a prominent stand tn tho work of tho body, and whose constituents are understood as being de? sirous of his return this fall, Is Colonel A. M, Bowman, of Snlem, who ln part rep? resents tho district composed of Roanoko city and county and Craig. Colonel Bowman is a leading momber of the Flnohco Committee, and was looked upon as both cloar-headod and conserva? tivo ln matters relating thereto. He, perhaps more than any one else, Is responsible for tho proposed Virginia ex? hibit at the St, Louis Exposition, having gotten the appropriation bill through by hard work. Governor Montaguo named him at onco as the leading member of tho commission on the part of the State, and ho la now bclndlng every energy ln the line of making the affair a success. Colonel Rowman was also a strong ad? vocate of tho Jamestown Exposition prop? osition and worked hard for that bill. He Is a member of tho Capitol Building Com? mittee and of several bodlos of oquol Im? portance to tho Stato. Colonol Bowman Is connected with the Diamond Orchard Company, near B'alem, and It Is, perhaps, tho largest institution of its kind In the Stato. Whllo CorVmol Bowman hns not said positively what his course will bo with reference to tho coming election, It is not unlikely that ho will stand again for cltlior tho Houso or tho Senate. The Odd-Fellows. Friendship Rebokah I<idgo, No. 11, I. O. O. F., tho ladles' branch of the ordor, will hnvo ? very Interesting meeting to-night nt Davlso'n Hall, corner Seventh and Broad Streets. There will ho Initiation. Tho outcome of the Bostock ontortnln ment for th? Orphans' Homo will bo re? ported; Mrs. Cella ICass, P. N. G., tho representative to tho Assembly and Ormiti J/?????, will make her report, nftor which an entortnlninent and bnlifjuet will follow. -Members Of sister lodges uro expected, and a large crowd will be assembled, who will certainly have it good timo. Wedded In Washington Mr. A. Clyde Kessler nnd Fannie R. Ynrbrough woro married In tlio parlors of tho Rev. \V, 10. Furgusson, No. G?? Third Street, Northeast, Washington, ?. C. at 10:15 o'olook Tuesday morning, May ]!?, JD03, The groom Is tho- son of tl.o lato Mr. A. M. Kessler, Wo have a splendid' Up? right l'Inno thnt cost when new tji'OO; will sell now lor *j*t'2fi. This Rhino wae taken In exchango as part payment on a It Is not ? cheap, shoddy afialr, but a llrst-rlass in? strument of a reputable make. Guaranteed for five, year??! blool uud scurf true. c ?i,M lijtst Broad Street, ??Richmond, Va, ??. I. IJUNHAK, ?1?-. CRITICISES MRJIACHEN Postmaster Scores Him for Exceeding Appropriations. BIG DEFICIT IN EXISTENCE Congress Will Be Called Upon to Ap? propri?t? for Both the Free Deliv? ery and the Rural Free De? livery Service. (By Assodatoti fro??.) WASHINGTON, 1). C, May 21.?Con gross will bo ashed at tho opening of Its next session to mako an. appropriation to cover doflclenclos In both the regular freo delivery servlco and the rural freo delivery service of the l'ostolllce Depart? ment. Postmaster- General Payne to? day announced that this deficiency now aggregates exactly $347,800, of which $105,700 Is ln the free delivery brunch and $121,000 In tho rural freo delivery Bcrvloe. The Postmnster-Qoneral snld ho vory much regretted tho exlfltenco of tho do flclt, and for tho lirst timo publicly criticised tho administration of A. W, Mach?n, tho Roncrnl Huperlntondont of tho free delivery syHteni, who Is on In? deilntte leave of nbHenco. "This is not tho first time thnt a de? ficiency hns occurred In tho froo do livery Borvico," snld Mr. Payno. "but 1 regret its existence. At tlie opening of tho lnst Congress Mr. Machen pointed out that without nddltlonnl npproprla tlons no moro routes could be established beyond those ready to bo Installed Janu? ary 1st. Ho snld. howevor, If Congress appropriated JBOO.OtW for the purpose, the work could be continued during the rest of the fiscal year. This appropria? tion wns promptly mude, but It wns ex? hausted. Dosplto this fact the freo de? livery office was going on Increasing the deficiency, nnd If we hnd not tnken steps to curtail the expenditure nnd suspend the cslnbllahment of routes until the be? ginning or the next llscnl year the de? ficit would have been much larger. It was not good administration." VJ3RY REPRHHENSIRLE. Postmnstor-Genernl Payno, In discuss? ing tho big deficit ln the free delivery Borvico, snld: "It Is vory reprehensible for a hurenu officer to have a deficit of **200.000 rolled up on the 1st of May. It wns hnd, very bnd ndmlnlstratlon. A bureau officer should not Incur ? deficit without con? sulting his superior officer, the Pont mastcr-Ooncrnl. I cannot stnnd for thnt kind of ndmlnlstratlon and I do not ap? prove of It. An official must bo hold tn ? moro strict accounting. I do not sny thnt there wns nnythlng criminal nor nnythlng wrong In Mr. Mnchen's nctlon, but It wns certnlnly loose administra? tion, and he should hnvo hnd his busi? ness more In hnnd." Postmnster-Qenernl Payne wns naked a number of questions ns to the effect of tho discovery of The tleflclcnoy on the Btntus of Mr. Mnchen. hut nnrrled all the questions. He snld thnt the mntter would be looked Into nnd onmmnntcn tlon might bo sent Inter to Mr. Mnchen nuking for nn explanation of the cond? tlon of nffnlrs. MAY MAKE BAER GIVE TESTIMONY A Vigorous Effort to Get Con? tracts Among Roads Limit? ing Production of Coal. (Spedai to Tho Tlmes-Dlsputch.) WASHINGTON, May 21.?A vlrgnrous effort Is to be made by the Intorstato Commerce Commission to compel President 'Baer, of the Rending Coal and Iron Com? pany nnd the Reading Halfway, and ofll clals of other anthracite coal carrying roads to answer certnln questions nnd to produce certain documents which they refused nt tho recent hearing before the commission In New York, to answer and produce. Tho particular documents, the originals of which are demnnded by tho commis? sion, are alleged contracts among the coal carrying roads limiting tho production ol coal. After considering the refusal of tho rail? wny officials to present the contracts to the Intorstato Commerco Commission, the niemtiors of the commission requested Attoruey-Oencni! Knox to direct Oeneral Burnett, district attorney for tho South? ern District of Now York, to present tho cone to tha United States Circuit Court, nnd nsk for.nn order to compel the officials of the coal carrying roads to appear before tho commission, nnswor the questions and produce tho documents. This request was made May 8th. Tho sumo dny Attorney-Oenernl Knox gave the necessary directions to Generili Rur nctt. In co-operation with the p.j?ri>noys for tlio complainant in the case will lie ? William R. Hearst. Oeneral Burnett has! prepared the petition, which will ho pre? sented to the Circuit Court probably } next Monday. CROPS BEING BURNED UP Much Damage to Crops Being Done by the Dry. Hot Weather. In Henrlco county and throughout the Btato generally crops are slowly hut surely being parched by the iierco and unremitting heat of tho sun. For throe weeks or morn there lias been scarcely any rain, and tho Weather Bureau holds out no Immediato prospecta for any. Unless relief cunes soon thero Is great danger Of serious ilaniaK?. In Henrlco ?truchera ami? fanners as well are already Buffering heavily. Fields of strawber? ries niv ruined and aro producing prac? tically nothing, t??- berries are shriveled und without juice; the bushes are so dry that they almost rattle when touched, und ?they would burn nicely If set iillrn. Hny Is much Injured and various other crops, like wheat ami oats, aro very back? ward. Many of the farmers haven't yet net ?mi their tomatoes, which should have been In the ground by thu 10th ?if May. Rut little com has been planted. It Is practically Impossible to plough the dry, stony earth. These conditions prevail moro or less throughout the Htuto. In his report to Washington ? tjlls wool. Turnier Kvans (gives the following for Ylginia: Winter wheat and oats and spring ont? deterio? rating; wheat beginning to henil; corn planting delayed by luirrt, dry cpndl|lon of the land; tobacco plants abundant. imi unfavorably affect od by dry \veui ther;'grassea ami pastures: getting thin; Burden truck still backward; apples dropping, Hats. Light In Color, Light In Weight, Light In Price, Menvy In Quality ? Bring In your face?hero aro tho top-pieces I 50o up, Grey Suitings this Spring are full of go?ours are al? ready going. II grey ls not your color? here's black?blue?the new grey groens?the olives and browns. We can suit YOU. $6.00 up. GOV. MONTAGUE WOULD NOT SIGN Bill Relating to Corporations Becomes Law Without EaXecutlve Approval. House bill 102, relating to the subject of corporations became a law yesterday nt noon ?vlthout the signature of tho Go\-ernor, JUs Excellency having declined to givo tlio measure his approval, it Is understood that Governor Mori tagne dis? approved most heartily of tho merger clause of the bill nnd but for thnt pro? vision he might have signed the meas? ure. The induro of the Governor to ap? prove tho corporation bill caused no sur? prise among those close to His Excel? lency, for It luid been understood for soveral days that this would bo his course. It la likely that nt the November session of the Legislature Governor Montague will ask toe body ln a formal message to modify the bill so uh to meet hin ob? jection. Tho Corporation Comml-slon Is now in a position to grant charters and will begin that Important business In a few days, though thore ls a groat deal of ?vork yet to bo dono along tho line of senili.'.g out forms, etc. The demand for charters from nil ovrr tho State has been vory great, the gap ln the law on the subject having prevent? ed tho Issuanco of any charters slnoo April 1st. The com mission was In session yester? day, but tho business up was formal and had no reference to the granting of char? ters. - Arrivals at the Jefferson. The-? arrivals wero recorded on the reg? ister of tho Jefforson Hotel yesterday: T. R. Hosevear, H. L. Dands, J. Stanley Richmond, H. C. Rahtn, Col. Hosenbaum and wife, M. A. Greene, J. la. Meyer, VV, H. G-uyer, A. M. ChaHo, It. Alexander, Reuben C. Foster, Frederick Foster, F. L. Marshall, Jr., Theodore E. Straus, Baltimore; F. W. Vt-ghto. Rochelle; ?. Y.; C. E. Glfford, Jr., wife nnd child, Chicago; B. B. Haynes and J. A. Davis, Hartford: Miss Van Sant, Washington, D. C: Wm. M, Brumbuck, Bryn Mawr, Pa.: R. P. Boll and wife, R. P. Boll, Jr., Staunton: IC. W. Myers, ?. ?. Dr?ne. U, S. Geological Survey, A, Iaowcnthnl, Boston; S. S. Dudley, St. Laouis; 1-. A. Ebnes, Indianapolis; S. O. Stevens, Lynehburg; Georgo E. Bates, Philadel? phia; R. C. Hntnmnnd, Los Angeles, Cal.. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Wilson, Albany, N. Y.; John fl. Moon, Charlottes ville; Win. B. Tlnsley and wlfo, Wo meldorf, Vf. Va.; R, l?. Stiles and wlfo, Rodman Carson and wife. Now Jersey. Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of R? F. &. P. R. R. Information for Philadelphia Passengers Effective Sunday, Mny 3-lth, northward trains leaving Uyrd-StiV-t Station, Rich liioiid, ut 8:61 A. M? dally, and Main Street Station at 11:15 A. M., dally will arrivo at the how Pennsylvania Railroad Station, Thirty-second and Market Streets. West Philadelphia, Instead of nt Iiroad-Streot Station, Philadelphia, Southward trains arriving nt Hyrd Htrt^et Station, Klchmoud, at 8:?i A. M., daily, und 7:15 P. M. aulici, und ut Main Street Station at 10:?i P. M? dally, will depart from the Thirty-second and Mar? ket strcetii Station, Instead of Brpad Slroet Station, Phllndlppliki. Other Pennsylvania rail rond connections with R.i F. & ?? train? will continue to use the Broad-Street Station. Philadel? phia. W. I*. TAYLOR, Trafile Manager, O _9u JS -? O Sri- ?K _?5- . Beare tbo /11h? ?|?? ??? "? !__?._ ?<"-?' Bignatur? of , SUMMER SOHOOL, Athene, Ga., July .-August 9, 1903. Tho Southern Rnlhvny announces ono furo plus _i cents for the round trip from all points to Atlanta. Oa. Tickets mi sale June -?th. ailh. ::mli; July 1st, 2d, 4th, llth. 18lh and 25th. limited llfteen (lay- from date uf sale. <a _<_. is? ?_. o ___. _____.. Bear? the /i?he KM You Have Always Bought Signature of GRAN U ENCAMPMENT I. O. O. F. Richmond, Va., June 9, 1903. l'Or the' nbuve iiicusfon the Southern Hallway uniiuiiees I cents per mile one ???ay distance for thn round trip to Rlidi iiiinid nnd return. Tickets on sule June 7th. 8(h lind 9th, ?villi return limit June 1-Ui. o_*_.?iTT r-sac_.?_a., Bears tho ^xi ?: ? -d iDU Have Always Bought I ^r<_??*SSS??f ' AUCTION SALE8?THIS DAY. Ry II. A. Catlln. ? ?. Eleventh Street. ?rRTJSTEE'S SALE FRAME DWELLING, UNION HILL. In execution of a trust deed to mo, dated November 13. 1801, of record In clerk's office, Richmond Chancerly Court, t">. B. 172 C, page 2?M, defartlt hnfjng been made In the payment of a nnrt of the money therein scoured, and being required so to do, 1 will on FRIDAY MAY U, 1903, nt 0 o'clock P. M., on the premises, MI at public auction the dwelling No. ?20 North Twenty-eighth Street, which Is de? scribed as commencing on west line of Twonty-elghth Street nt a point 8S'?i feet South of "P" 8treet, thence running southerly IS feet, nnd extending back bo twoen parallel linos 132 feet to an nlley 20 feet wldo. TERMS?Cash pufflclont to my a note of $186.2?) and expanse? of executing tho trust, and balance nt one and two years, with Interest added; or all cash, at option of purchaser. E. A. CATLIN. Trustee. AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAY8. Ry C. L. & H. b. Denoon. Ronl Eotato Auctioneers, 821 E. Main Stroet. Auction Sale -ov VALUABLE IMPROVED, CENTRALLY LOCATED PROPERTY, Being Nos. 307, 309 and 311 East Marshall Street. Ry direction of the non-resident owner?, who are determined to loll; we will offer ot public auction, on the premises, on MONDAY, MAY &. 1903, at 6 o'clock G. M.. tho abovo very attrac? tive investment property, located on the south elde of Marshall Street between Third and Fourth Streets. The lots fronts 76 feet on Marshall Street and extend? hack nn unusually good depth to an nlley in the rear. The improvement? conslBt of throe substantially built brick dwell? ings, which are easily rented to good ten? ant?, and with some small Improvement? will command a large rental Income. Tho location of this property make? It pnrtl culnrly desirable for Investment purpose?. The owners arc very deslrou? of Helling, anil a bnrgaln mny be expected. TERMS?One-third cash, balance at 0, 12 and 18 months; or all cash, at the op? tion of the purchaser. C. L. & H. L. DENOON. MnylSMit \ Auctioneers. And its return prevented by USING Life ts Worth Living? Best on earth for Constipation, RlliouBness, Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles. If a liver would live As a liver should Ilvo, And keep from nil liver Ills, He must take for hla liver That certain henlth giver, Dr. David's Rest Liver Pills. Prlcn, 25c. a box everywhere. 0WEHS& TO0RDRU? CO. RICHMOND, VA. Best Groceries for Least Money. Best American Granulated Sugar, pound .4%c. Arbuckles* Ariosa Coffee, pound.9V*?c Sugar Corn, 4 cans tor.25c. New Cut Herrings, per dozen.10c, Good Salt Pork, pound.8c. California Peaches, pound .8c. Hustler Laundry Soap, 12 bars.25c, Mother's Rolled Oats, package.8c. ?. M. Shoe Blacking, 2 boxes.5c. Best City Meal, per peck_.18c. or, bushel .?. ..65c. Canned Virginia Tomatoes, 7c, or 4 cane for .25c. Pure Ground Pepper, pound.10c. Now Prunoe, 4c, or 7 pounds for.26c Ivory or Celluloid Starch, package. .4c. Cordova or Lion Cottee, pound. .. .qVic. Gibson XXXX, Mt. Vernon, Oscar Pepper and Old Brands Whiskey bottle .80c Imported Macaroni, pound.oc. Blackberry or Cotawba Wine, quartern. Enamel ine Stove Polish, box.4c. Best Feed Oats, bushel:.42c SnowiUke Patent Family Flour, bar? rel, *$3?9?*; Dn8.?"50. Good Green or Mixod Tea, pound... .25c. 3 cans Potted Tongue and Ham for. .joe. Carolina Rice, 5c. lb,, or G lbs. for...35c. Larcje Lump Starch, pound.4c Duffy's Malt Whiskey, per bottle_85c. 5 Downtown Stores, 1820-1822 East Main Street. Uptown Store, 506 Eaat Mar? ?hall Street. 'Phones at our two Stores. The Confederate Museum, TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. Opens dully from 9 A. M. to 6 ?- M. Admission. '?t> cents. Freo on Saturday?. The Valentine'Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 10 A. M. TO d P. M ADMISION, ?SC. FREE ON SATURDAYS. MARRIAGES. ?.??.?????(HlOl)MAN.--MarrU'd. at Hun liyslde. Va.. i\lay 11). ltais. \V. IVERSON COLEMAN and -Ml?,a ROBA U GOOD? MAN. l-'aiiuvin?; ??*?# p.kuau cojm? AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAYS. By N. Vf. Bowe, Real Estnto Auctioneer. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF THE FARM OF ?KM ACRES, KNOWN AS "nWi.I-.NEY'.'}," ADJOIN? ING CURL'S NECK PLANTATION, IN HENRICO COUNTY. In pursuance of a doed of trust fror? Martha F. Smith, dated May 20, 1SR0, ol record In D. l?. 104, pane 463, Henrlco county clerk')? office, nnd by authority of ? decree of the Chnncery Court of th? city of Richmond; entered Mflfch 6, 1903 In Ihn nuit of Cox, Administrator, Ac. vs. Cox, Executor, fkc, I will soil at pub? tie nuotlon, In front of Henrlco Count? Courthouse, at 12 o'clock M. on SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1903, that well known farm In the lower end of Henrlco county, about 1? miles heW Richmond, called "SWEENEY'S," con? tiilnlng ?SOM nores. situated on tho Charlei G ty Road, adjoining the Curie Nock Plantation, now owned by Mr. C. ? Senff TERMS?Cash enough to pay expenso! of snlo, nil tnxes to January 1, 1903 nnd a debt of tl.OOO, with Interest from Feb? ruary 30. 1603, and tho residue on term? to bo announced at time of snle. ? ?? ... A? ?*? COURTNET. Mny 13-tds_ Truntee. By Aiiguntlno Royall A Co. " Resi EBtnte Agents and Auctioneer?, Leader Building, Manchester, Va. C URATOR'S BALES OF A LARGHI ^ AND VALUABLE STOCK OF GROC? ERIES, WINES. WHISKEYS. BRAN? DIES, GIN, MALT LIQUORS, TOBACCO. CIGARS AND SNUFF, SOAPS, MO? LASSES. BY HUPS, TEAS, COFFBE?. CANNED GOODS: ENGINE AND BOIL? Ell, SAW TABLE, CARPENTERS? TOOLS. WAGONS, SAKE; ABOUT W CORDS OF SAWED AND UNSAWKD WOOD; ON TUESDAY, MAY 20, iuo3, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., ON THE PREMISES, CORNER HULL AND CLOPTON STREETS. SWANSBORO, VA. On the above date the undersign?*! will sell nt public auction on the day. houl and pince named nbovo, at the store lately occupied by the lute L. H. Clementi?, hll en (Ire ?look of Fine Groceries, Wines, Liquor?; Olgnrs, Tobacco, Sturo Fixture?, Shire, Inrge lot of Canned Goods. Wagons, nnd many useful art lelo,, UHiially founi In ? first-class general marchand Is?; store As thoro Is a forge (dock to of, the sale will commence the hour named. TERMS-.neh. OBOROE E. GARY, Curator for L. 11; Clomonts' Estnte. Mny 188.8.131.52&2R By H. Seldon Taylor & Co., Real Estate Agents nnd Auctioneer?, No. 8 North Eleventh Street. C OURT SALE OF A PRETTY BUILD. vi ING ???, FRONTING 36 FEET ON SOUTH SIDE OF CARY STREET. BE? TWEEN MEADOW AND RITCHIE STREETS. AND RUNNING BACK 1_B FEET TO A 14-FOOT ALLEY. By virtue of a decree of the Circuii Court of Henrlco county, onterert Feb? runry tl. 1G03, In the suit of "The Savlngl Bunk of Richmond vs. Brnnnnn'e Admr.. Ac," I, an Special Commissioner thereby appointed, will proceed to sell nt public auction, on the premises on TUESDAY. MAY 2* 1903. at ? o'clock P. M., the real estate above mentioned. This lot commences at a point 144 feet west of Ritchie Street. TERMS?One-half cash, and the bal? anco on a credit of six months, for a negotiable note, with Interest added; or nil cash, at option of purchaser, and the title retained until a deed ls ordered by the court. A. W. PATTERSON, Special Commissioner. This Is to cortify that the bond re? quired in tho above styled suit hns been given, J. E. BROADDUS. M ny-21,22.23.25,2?-, Clerk. Wm. B. Plzilnl Co., Real Batato Auctioneers, Tenth and Bank Streets. lunule?* stori? ? be disposed promptly a) UCTION SALE OF A THREE FRAME HOUSES AND A VACANT LOT, NOS. 1812, 1814 AHD 1816 FAIRFIELD ST. One detaclied frame resldonco of 7 rooms lot 2.S feet, and two tenement ffrarno resh deuces of 3 rooms each, vacant lot of ? feet, all ln good order, Annual Incom? 1204. ?? the request of the owner, we wll) offer at public auction on the premise! on TUESDAY. MAY 27TH, ut 0 P. M., the above montloncd properties. Invest? ors and home seekers, don't nil to at? tend, as bargains mny be expected. TERMS?Liberal and announced at sale. WM. B. PIZ'/.INI CO., Auctioneers. By J. B. Elam <_ Co.. Real Estate Auctioneers. PUBLIC AUCTIO.N SALE. FOR THIS PURPOSE OF DIVISION OF THAT WELL-LOCATED AND VALUABLH TWO-STORY BRICK STORIO. ON NORTH SIUE CARY STREET BE TWEES' SEVENTH AND EIGHTH STREETS. '' ?___ NO. 718 EAST CARY STREET. By direction of tho parties In interest, and for the purpose of division, wo shall sell, by auction, on the premises on WEDNESDAY, MAY 27. 1S?3, at ? o'clock P. M.. the above named desirably-lo? cated, substantial and valuable business) property, the lot fronting twenty-ono ana one-third (21 1-3) feet, running back ?vlth In parallel Unes seventy-eight (7S) feet to an allay IB feet wldo. ard the store? house thereon, being ?veil built and of a very substantial character. Tills property, In clone proximity to th? business centers of Main nnd Gary Streets, nnd with extensivo nnd costly Improve? ments in progress around It, must Increase In v.'iluc, and this sale affords the capital? ist, Investor, and .deniers generally an opportunity of ?vhlch they ?ire respect? fully urged to avail themselves. TERMS?Liberal und announced at sale, J. B. ELAM .* CO.. May 2_-5t. Auctioneers. By J. B. Elam & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers, PUBLIC AUCTION SALE OF A BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVELY LOCATED BUILDING LOT, ON ????? SIDE CLAY STREET BE? TWEEN THIRTY-FOURTH ANO THIRTY-FIFTH STREETS. On MONDAY, MAY 26, 1903, at ? o'clock P. M., we shall, at the request of tho non-resident o?vnor, sell by auction, on the premises, Hint specially attractive Vuoimi Lot, fronting 30 feet on the north Hue of Clay Street, running back within parallel lines IK) feet to an alley, and distant 24 feet west of Thirty-fifth Street, In that delight ful and rapidly growing section of church Hill, where so many attractive homes have been recently TERMS?To bo announced nt sale. J, 11. ELAM & CO., May 21-41 Auctioneers. 13y the Valentine Auction Co., No. 1112 East Broad Street, Auction Sale Extraordinary OF Large Quantity of New Mattings, Oil Cloths, Chamber, Dining? Room, Parlor, Hall and Kitchen Furniture OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Wp ?vili sell for pnrtles leaving the cit., declinili? housekeeping, Ac. nt our wnro?; room. No. ill? Bast Broad Street, this .(FRIDAY, ?MORNING, MAY 22D. beginning a.? ? o : ao o'clock, 15 good onk. walnut and poplin? Chamber Suits, id Odd Beils, Odd Bureau and Washstund, High Buck Chairs, 3 Flue Silk Plush Par? lor Suits, Parlor Pictures, Parlor R??ck ers. 5 handsome Oak nnd Walnut Exten? sion Tables, Dining Room Chairs, Massivo Oak and Walnut Sideboards. Fine Walnut and Onk Hat Racks, Oak Chiffonier. Kitchen Safe, Kitchen Cupboards, very gnnil Cook Slove and Utensils, Kitchen Tulile, (Lounges and Couches, Mantels, several Rolls New Matting, Floor Oil? cloth. Rugs. Druggetta, &o. Sale positive, ' terms cash, . -"IiJ- ???,?????-,'? AJJC.TI ON CO?