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?io rlch reftltn of llborlr. fraternlly dni ftftiiel proiperlly from oconn lo ocenn, , Corporai .tamca Tanenr epoko for tno Qrnnd Ariny ot-ganleatlon, whosti com ttiuhdetMM-ehltf he Is. Hls wclcbmo was ?xceoded only fty tho enthuslasm whlch hla rcmarks nronaed. Hoforrlng to (Jen erat Wheclcr's rocotfl In thc Clvll War, *?e oald: i "Iti th&M mi)i>t atranumi* yooto of tn* Nsptibllo'a llfe, 'Gl lo '?., ho waa about the moet strenuoua, Intonpe hnman belng the ?ouih contnlned. If marehlng wero in order hls deatro was to jsct thcre Just ns qulckly ai waa poasiblo .wltli duo legard to tho ?trnln thn mounts of hls cnvnlry eotlld ?tftiicl. If nffhllng were in order, then flnthlim satlsfled hls will but to be In the hoCtost nf H, and If hi* nJlotted posltlon waa not so at tho start, he soon brought the tflmpp'ralurc up, ns mnny or my l>?f tohal frlon-ls cnn lefillfy. If cojnmon bc?c and mllltnry ecumeh dlctnted to hlhi thnt thP'tlmrs Wore unprnpltloiis ond that dii; taneo Would 'lphd onetutntmenl to tlio vlow, thrn lio cmild aotnohow ahvnys ttl, away, wlth n fnclllly ? nnd uelerlty whlch waa provoklm; Indoed lo u.? of tho North. "It I? hnrdlv jioMlMo thnt any In'elllRent youth of w-d'ay needs n word as to Gen? eral WiealnrB' ahlllly, but It stich thore bo I wotild Kav lo hltn that In nny flrmy, com petlllon la nlways Inlense. and geoured eml ence comi-s only lhrour.li nphleveine.nl. oen eral Wheale'r stnrlod ns a tlrst lleulcnant of (irtlllcry, nnd nt Iwnnty-sevon waa a lloutcnnnl-ironoMl. llls brnvrry n. sentenro tcll? llo rodn In iwo hundred battleu nml aklrmlshes out of the two thnusand Ihoso four vonrs wltnossodi wouhdea llireo tlmef. slxtren horse* tdin'. under hltn. oflhrof hls Imme.liate ntnff killed. nnd twenty-lhree of hPm woundod. Mnrt.il mlrid tvjn tfoln no eulofey of brn-vrry thn! cnn excel that slm ple ilntemont of fnet. ' , , . ._ "Purlnr- all n.'a llfc but partletilnrly from '?1 to '?. Ho- wa? a llvlng llluslratlon of th? faot that I'hO bravesl Ara tho tcndorcst, Tho lovlng ni-o tho darlng. "Mnny of my comr.idos foll Inlo hls powcr as Liilsoncrs r'.f war, a:ul wlth niany of thom 1 havt convfi-^l rop.vnlhiB tholr oxporlcnco. bm from tho llps of no ono of;them lmvo l ovor li iird n wor.l of cohtplalnt aboUt narah' tio.-.smonl or ?i.u.ilve UmBuage. V/ar With Spain. Afler tbtichlnn iipon General Whecler'a recoid In civil llfc aftor the war. Corporai Tannor reforred to tho outbrenk of hos tilltles wlth Spaln. "Aealn, nothlng sntlsncs hls soul but tho forofront. and ngnln lip B??a there.v 1 o ?ttlphurous Binell of battlo ls In hls .uost'lls ?>w and tn tho cxnltatlon of hls wavllko soul tlnio Is annlhllatod, tho third of n cen tury ls wtped out,and ns lio ?ees tho enomy flee h? crlos out 'Soe tho d-d Yankeo* ?un! Glvo Ihem h-1 boyal' We took no offonso, my old Johnny Reb jfriends. I ? was vour Joo Wheelcr In the old dnys. Ho wo,s oura nnd the natlon'a at La Uuaalmas. Son Juan Hlll, In tho Phlllpplnos, ond lib ls ours In tho halls of niomory ot a" tlnio. "1 soe you proiK.se to bulld a. monament to hls moinnry. Will you do ItY 1 hopo ibo. Mnny monutnorita have beon proposed thnt havc nover bcen bullt. Some aro propoafd that It would be much bcttor never to bavo built. Memorloa thoro aro concornlnK whlch It would bo better thnt prayers sliould as cond o high Heaiven thnt thny may Cl\o out from tho rocolloctloas of men and be ironted tho meroy o? obllvlon rather tlian that they ahould bo perpetuatod. Hut a monument to Josoph Wheoleiv-ves. "Whon 1 sland in tho prosenco of suohi. a monument 1 lltt my hat. U It In ^climond. Chlcago or wherever It may be. I knew tho oiin they comniemoralo and know that they wero omong the bravest-ln short, they were Amerlcan soldlers. Hiroism of the South. BpeaWng ln general terms of the Clvll ,War wlth more particular reference to the scenes whlch marked its close, tho Corporai sald: ;? '?' "As I concmplated the close thereot, there cumo to m? a vlsion of tho two sr.ea ij-mles, ?atac hoino, whon peaco camo at A^ponvatlot I aaw ono mnrchlng North, ftillv e<iulppod, countenancea beamlng Wlth t n knowedga of achlovod sueoess, anns BMstemng l.f the mornlng ??*M*anj ners nroudly wavlng, dnuns beatlng buMts butrlnT bands pluylng, tnarchlnB .hpmffto receivo tho plaudlta the world at lurgo Ihvays clvoa to thoso who corn? vloloilous from thf rod flelda of Btrlfo. Thro be 9re my dreamy vlsion came the proaenl irt o? lhat ^utlioui host, as they turn; the r fSces louthward for thelr last ma-chi-nc. 11 wns not a march. it waa a pedestrian tour 1SS "n many .tnatancea, of hundr,ds and hu-^ve.u of mllaa; arms slaclted ,and sur ren^TTT; thelr battlo bnnners furled In an inevltablo b?L an .honoratolo aoteat. The> kei.t steo to no drum beat, thelr uiynas were sllent, thelr causoi was lost, nnd so thoy lo;ik thelr nourr-a for home. loo of en when they arrlvod thore, nnd the ramlllar ?c"n"s of ohlldhood, they found but wasted an<ihVdevastated llelds. the nests of thelr blrth Uio often ropreaentod only By tho backened ohlmnoy sincKs. rmmed ale hun eer fnced them. tho wolf of want confront thcin From tho A.our whon my thought wns tirst turned to the contoitiplatloji of thls situatlon, I havo never had any nesl tancy In declnring thnt thn Confederate so dler, when he found hlmsolt thus con fronted as wlth prldo and doflancei he nilsed hls hoad In dctermlnatlon n^a|nst Bdversn fate nnd swora by tho, Ood abOva hlm that whlle bo wns down for tho mo ment. he would not stay down, nnd then bravoly set to work to rebulld hls broken forlunes. and to mnko tho fftlr Inmls of the Bouth bloom and blORBOin agaln under tho banner of peaco, exhlblted a type of mortjl counige that Is n? hlgh above moro phyal cal courago, as tho atars In thelr brllllancy *ro above tho darkonpd flolds of earth. '?Tho Unlon forces would have aohlovcd ruccess. In my opinlon, olghtecn tnonths noonor than they dld if It had not been for Iho women of tho Kouth. Why do I say thla? Bocauso It ls of world wlde knnwl edge thnt men novor carrled oaugfl wward to tho drr-ad nrbltrnment of the batllenold. who were so lntenaely support^d by the prayers nnd by the offorta or tho gentler iex oa woro you men of tho South. lwery mothex-B son of you know that If ynu dldn't keep oxaot *eplto f.he muslo of Dlxlo nnd the Bonnv.Blno .Fla'g, lf you dld not tread the ven- front Hnp of bnttlo when tho.or.n lest wns on. kne?- In short thnt If ypu.re turned homo In auglit but soldierly honor, thnt the vory (lre* or hell would not scoroh and comaimo your uhshrlven soula aa you would bo scorched nnd consumed by thn seorn and oontempt of your womanhooil. The aamo condltlon of affalrs, though not to EATEN OUT OF HOUSE AND HOME Wow a Conflrmed Dyspcptlc Developed an Appetlte Ulke a Corn-husker'a j." and Cleaned Out Everythlno ! In Slrjht. Thn wifc of a loadlng dmgglst of Dea Molnos tells hnw lu-r brothor was changod from a dyspeptlo wlthout appotlto to a prodlglous eater. _. "My brother, who is a lawyor in f hl cago, camo to Vlfllt mo and 1 hardly knew hlm on hls arrlval he waa so thln and run down. I had not suon hlm for years nnd was much alarmod at hls np pearanco. Ile told mo not tn worry as Jie had been In thls condltlon for years UF a result of chronlc dyspepsln. I asltod hlm what he had dono for It, and bo anld ho had dono evorythlng?takon every reinedy he had over hnard of nnd eorisulted doctors wlthout number, nono cf them hnlpod hlm. 1 nskod hlm lf ho evar took Htuort'a nynpopsla Tnblnta, and he sald be hadn't nnd what waa nioro he wouldn't. He had aworn nff taklng medlcJne of nny klnd. "I had my huaband brlpg homo a box from the Btora and I cctually mndo hlm tiike one or two of the tablota after he had eaten. They mndo him fei-1 so much botter that ho offorad no further nbjoc tion. Ile had not takon the ono box be foi?> hn waa Jffipatly impruved and ihroo or four boxfs curod hlm of dyspopsla and gnve hlm n wonderful nopotlte, lrfn oamo nrar eiting ub out of houso nnd homo. M>". l?l" !t d!'1 m" K?ort ,n BC* him eat. 'llf g'lno.l flfloen pounds bo foro ho returiH'd homo, and ho wrlt'.s nio that ho hns Ji'it bf'Pn troubled wlth dvf.pnpsla slnce." Rtuart's ltvaiipyla Tnblcts acttmlly do 1ho work nsalgncd to them. Thoy re JleVfi we.'ik and nvprburdenod stomaohfl Of ihelr woik of dijCOStlve ii.tlon Thelr C'unimnent partB nre identlonl wlth thow, f.f the dlgcstlvp flulds and ?orretlons of thn Htomnch and tl.oy almpirr t''ke up. tho grind and earry on thc work JUSt ibn aama a? ? good, strr.ng, hcalthy Btnmaeli w,.uid do It. f)n thls apcounl Stunrt's nyspepsln T.'ihlf-lB nre r*rf6Ctlv riMtuiTil In thelr actlon und tffo'ts. They do r.oi cnuse pny unnalurul or vb.lot dlsturbanc. in the stnrniich or Nw-ls. Thny Ibrtn ticlVf-H dlgflat ihe for.d and aupply the pyntoin wlth all thn nourlshinent c/.n tolnod lu What is eaten .'ind earry out Naturq'B plaus f"r llm austenanro nml ih-ilntalnniico or th<; bodjV Etiiart's Pyspf-Iisi'i Tnblcta, by thns rellevlne thc ptomeoli of its wmk, en iible It '" recunenvto and regaln Ita normal luvalth and rtmnnlh. Nature rcplilin the worn nnd wasted tlsnues 'uil i?? shn.he-ilK nnd knlls lllfi bono of a brr.Uen llnib. ?whleh ls of coiuro not UKfd duilnir thO procrss of ropair. ' Biuart'a pyapopala TftMeta are <or ?ale by all druggists at r.O ct-nts a box. Ono Koa wlU fre<iucntly effect ? perfect cure, 'Berry's for Clothea?,J ThoWalldtig Coat strucigled soveral yoarsto wln popular ity, but this season wlth its newcut, lt has cut ln, and la a wlnner?tho Berry sort. It ls for buslness, but of course itgives rnore atylo nnd dlstinotion than the regular buslness saclc sult. It is not becornlng to every man, but lt mak'es a hlt on the rifjht flgure; You try it on! $18 to $28. Spring Hats, Shirts, Shoes Top C.oats?-all ready. Buch a unanlmdua degreo, cxlated north of Jlaaon and Dlxon'a llno, The Present Duty. " 'Peaco hath hor vlotorlos, no less renown . ed than war.' Qft quotedj but ovor truo, and bofore t tako my seat, 1 would hupross upon eomrados all, that thero. la a eall to duty and tq. battlo tq>dayj OB: forcpful na any wo over. heord,e.r thousht iwo, hoard ln 1S61. Jt uionrM. noUnow froni the [th'roat ot tho gllH.len'Ingf-'buklC',. U coipea not through tho roll or.thoJdrilmV or Uio Bhrill ahiluk of tho llfo,' biifit' coities, noverthelcsa.. lf ls n call to a hlgher and purer llfo, to tho exploltn tlon In tho civll atTalra of tho natlon of ns thoroiig-h aolf-abnoga-|on aa was ovor ox hlbllod when our comradea ruahed to death on the front llnn. I am not so prono aa I usod to be to predlct Iho unquestloned ox Istonco of thla rciiubllc to tho ond of tlnio. Conddent I am that physlcal foroo can nover brcak tt down. Its wcak polnt la tho poaal blo domtnatlon of moral dugrndatlon throngn corruptlon. Wtthln the paat twolvo montha we.havo''been broughl facc to fooe wlth tho contomplatlon of. tho mlglity" posslble dlffer enco.'butween ehnratter and rephtntlon. Wo havfl('se.ert'.tho'repiitatlon of manjvof thoao whojutqo^ In the front ranks of-our natlonal llfo'yjii'ddenly atripped of tlioh- dlsgulso nnd oxposed ln a poverty of oharactcr compaied to whlch l^nzarus ln hla lowoat slata \va?,a . multl-mllllonalro. Out of II all I get ono grain ot conaolatlon. I havo studled the mn-tter oloaoly, mado Iriqulrles partleularly ln Thlladelphla nnd New York. nnd In all . the niass of rottenneas and coniiptlon that haa been oxpoaed, I proudly proolalm tliat the ohE"'ncer of nOt ono votdran ot elther unlform haa been smlrchod ln tho allghest dogreo! So I would appeal to you. my com rados,' and put upon you thla Injunotlon: The ranks aro rnpldly dimtnlshlng. Ot my Northorn comradea who atirvlve, 3.000 per month nie Ivlng down In thelr laat blvouac. Ak Iho ranks grow thlnncr and thlnner Iho plorv and tho reapbnalblllty of repreacnta tlvo' 'ohnracter Inereaaes ln wolght upon our shoulder'a.' Lot It bo our aJm to aeo to lt that In tho ahadowy yeara loft to un.no act of ourn, no word from our llps, no llno from our pona, ahall bo brouRht Into exlst once that wlll, ln the Bllffhteat d''Ri'ee. Im pench our loyalty to our Clod and to our common coiintry. Rathor let ua hold our aelvoH for the llttle tlmo that romalna a8 truo to bolh as we wore to our flaga and to our causea ln the loncr nso. To the Young Men. "To the younj? mon of tho South, naltlKle ?word. Kturty tlie glory of your country ln all its phosoB, HnKcr not In a aplrll of hats on any ot thoni; do not Ret rollod over mat ter? whlch wo ot the 60's foiiRht over, \va fouffht lt to a flnlah. Tho llghtlng mon ac ceptod tho roHult. Thero aro nthers of course, thero ahvays wlll bo. 'Tho Invtslhles ln war nre tho InvlnolblOB ln peace.' Tho men who do not g-ot arousod onougli to flRht when llghtlng la ln nnler aro...tho ones who foam nn'd" froth nfter "lintii'aro llnally atacUod, Aa an nbjeet teason, you nmy well atudy tho dnmnnnoi" o'r IhS old tlmo Johnny ond tho old tlmo Ynnk when hey moet. Thoy may bo In opposltlon, but It Is Iho physlcal opposltlon whlch enmra as they alt on oppnaltn sldes nf tho tnblP, nnd ns niomorlos well up of the bruvo days of old, they tlll tholr glaasoa aRaln, 'Sometlmea wlth writer, sonietlmea mllk. Boipotlmea applejaok, amootli as allk.' and llttlng them wlth dlnnnlng oyes they .lolnily di'lnlt the toaat, 'To the loved and loat of Ioiir aRo.1 "I thanli tiod that thta communlty of foeling exlats, and J, ulvu you tuy word that ln whut j liavo sald liore. to-day l glvo you'a fali-"vxp'resaloh of ihe thought doml nant ahiilliK tho [htlHOreda ot ?thouaanda of IJnltin veterans, at Whoau 'ht-nd. olTIPlally 1 havo' lhu> honor to atand dui-lnp tho proBQnt vonr; andwhon I thlnk of thla communlty bf feollng anioug old oombatanta, thon i am llrm In tho falth that lf lt bo glven to thu aplrlta of thoso gone bofjro lo v ow inortal acenea, then Oianl and Uoe. .lohn aion nnd Shorman, Wheolor nnd Shondan, Kd/.lng over tho battlenionla of tho clty ol . liturnal Peace, oopnlianl of suoli uoenee as this, mulually exclahu, 'Thanlt tiod, all la welt bolow.' " Spanish War Veterans. T'hb lasl formnl addro.s.s of tho day was by Major Charles n, JdlllOi', of Olovolanl. Ohlo, nomnmndcr-ln-cKlof of tho Spanlsh Amerloan AVnr Veterans. Tlio youngost of the speakors, hls addross waa recolvvil wlth ninrked attontlon ttnd cnthusiar.m, lto sald ln part. "I'ormlt mo t? soy at tho outget that to cnino from tho cold, b'.oak and Wlntcr llrlvon North Into your beanitlful, Bttniiy tummer Southland, wlth its wnrmtli of Brectlns whlch touchoa thfl lusttt and toiica ita puleatlona for frlondahlp, la to mo iiua ? tho comlug honio of a long abaont wanderor, for ono ot my anceatora waa l.lout'.iuini Qoverno'r Burwoll, of Vlrglnla. and a Me Klnloy wa? born ln thai .Siate, inoved lo tho Carollnna, and waa early appolntPd an umoclato JilftgO ot tho Bupreine Couit, ??Siiango aa ll may aecm, tho hlatory of our country dlaeloaos tliat two icroal annlea, ronownod fm- valoh tho Uke of whloh ?"? world has novur B?M?n befuiv, oonVondlllB uacll for iho teachlng* und tnidltlona of Ua own fcoctlon, cioated a sinthnont of palrloi lam whloh gove to na In later daya an army tnvlnclblc uijoii forelgn a.ill. Tlio 10*80118 whlch thflr confllcta inuKht dld not hino to bo relearnud ln 1898, buf gavo to our country an army well offlcered aud e,|tilp no3, mado up ln many Inalances Ol llw mon Of bolh of the greiu armlea or tt(0 BlXtlou and ihnir uon?, What n splotidkl epoeh of llUIOtT niuklug ttl'fl th" couuadea of tho lllur an I tho Uray llooi reajKinalbln tor. ??I w-.is liannred ln bolllg inifent ai the \\'hlio llous* whon tho marlyred t'lvaldetit MoKlnloy appolntwl Qeneral Wheolor a br|ga4lBi>Keii9|0| o( thu regular army, and 1 mw tbr-r- l.i-fom mo two great men wlio, ln lh? past, had boun eimaR.,1 pn oppOB to atdci ln iku.lly oiiilmi, who Had peaea ho Iiie; roMorod i-suni-d Iho dtitles of elilaen ship, ollrablnj the laddor u< famo and ui a llm. of tho nailnu'n conlllet wlth a for, ,dt;a f"<', ono Dtl Pi'obl.lciit and t.Miuinandei'. In-ctdcf was great enough to aceopt tho bervli'i-K of hli fonn.-r anlngonlat. and uio other waa gr?Bt enough to lay hla Itfe and iklll aa a eoldier ui""i tho naiion'a nliar. i coiiie theroforo lo-day lo (Jq that whl.'.i Hli- Kiiat IdiiMiian would haVfl bpon pi'PMtl to ,lo w.ro ho llvlng. to !?!' upon th,, caaket ,jt your fi'h'ivl aad n.-n;ld,.ir, our c:.inrudo and Ui" niiif'ii'.s Ufro, Qencra Josepii wiiMtsr mv huinblB tribute to hla luallng imiooiy'ua a olll/.en and a KOhllor ?f Iho The oxciclB^a eloscd wilh "Tups" and ??Uoveille" and the l.oncdiotlim. Flames Under Control. ASHBVl^I'B, N- ?''?? Marth S7--A Itro Whloh ls believed to havv origliiuted in a Idioiograph gallery nbovu Walluoo'B Htore on Hroad Blit-ei, ln Hlalesvllie, de Mrnyed four brlck bulldlnga ibud entalhd . r, loas eatlniuted at from fjO.QDO to JJO.O'iO, I inilf i-overcd by Insuinnco. II Por a tlmo tho llro thruatonoi) tho cn llra Imslneas sectlon of the clly, ;.?id the Siiliabury Ihe depKilineiit w:is callod lo iisslat the loeal force. but UlO llames woro under controj beforo tho Hullsbury de purtun-nt iitrlvcd. 5TUDIIDIIL CISE Ccrtified Copy of Tcstimony Will Be Scnt to Missottfl Su prcmc Court. EFFORTYO GET ROCKEFELLER Writ Server Reccivcd Money from Ncwspaper for Stories >-, "j qfo'Expcricnce. >? jrJU-. ? \W\X (By Assocjotod Press.) KEW YORK, March 27.?The tnklns of testimony in thls clty In. tho procoedlngs brought bythOj.Stnte of Mlssourl to oust from that Comiiiouwonlth tho gtandaid Oll Company,' ot-Jndlana; tho ?\Vators Plerco Oil Compairy and'tho Ropubllc Oll Company, on tho gl'-Attnd'/thttt- they con slltute a coinbliip,tlpnL>UtH''>'9Bj:i'tilnt of tradc, wns cnded?;to?tla}r., v'.. vt" Attoriioy^g^noVAl^lf^je^'.^.'.MlHSouri, who has tfeeii;.i)r?aont ihi'fiiig''moBt of thc tlmo slnco tho'local Inqiicsl bogan, an nounccd that wlth to-dny's adjonrnmont tho Now York procoedlnga wero ondcd, Ho lnstructcd Commlssloner Sauborn, bo foro vrhoni tho wltnossos ifstllled, to sond a cci'tlllcd oopy of the tcstimony lo the Hupremo Court of Mlssoun, whero It will bocomo a part of tho rocord In thc Stato's oaso, Many Difficulties. Practlcally tho last movo Mr. Hndlcy made In tho:case.waa to Introduce tcsti? mony showlrig, tho'-'dJiMciiltlcH under whlch inost of the wHiiosscs who aro In any way connecte.d wlth tho Standard Oll Company wero served. Hj? put In tho record tho fnct that ovcry offort had been mado to socuro tho testimony of John D. Rookofoller, but nono had sttccBcded. Ho Introducod coplss of lottors writtett to at tonneys of tho Standard Oll roquirlng that ofllcers of tho company accopt servlco, Tho rcquest appllod to> Jolin I). Roooke feller along wlth scvernl others. Received Money. During tho oxamtnation of tho nupoona serveh, counsel. for the dofondant com panlos brought'otit.tha,t tho mu.ii hnd re colved money from ne'wspapors t'op Btories of hls experlences in trying to serve aomo of tho Standard Oll men. Oounsol de olarod thnse fncts wero brought out "to show thore has been a lot of grancl standlng and adyertlslng about thls, and a lot of sensatlnna.llsm." ' "The only sensatlonalism bhoro has benn in thls caso hns been tho seriSfttlonal at tpmpts of theso wltncsscs to evario scr vloc of subpoonns," replied AttOrney-Clen eral dl'udley., TO MAKE ARRESTS (Contlnued from. Flrst Pago.). Darwlri P.i Klngsley, vlcc-presldcnt of tho New York Llfo Insurance Company, -who nppeared beforo hlm. Edmund D. Ran dolph, treasureV, nncl several employes of the New York Llfo, wore.exnmtned In tho distrlct attorney's omeo thls afternoon. It was statcd to-nlghl that Mr. Perklns haa agrcod to apponr at tlio proceodlngs to morrow. Magistrate Moss sald conccrn Ing tho matter: "Mr. Jeromo enme to mo and asked for n .-warrant or warrants for sovcral pcrsons, and I told hlm very frankly that lf a crlmo had been commltted ho would havo to toll.me about.lt. 1 told hlm In. my Judgmcnt that could bo besl dono by deposition, and ho agreed to submit thorri to mo. The namos of no person or persons wore mentloned at the.tlmo," rt was learned to-day that the, grand Jury has not asked Distrlct Attorney Je rcme for nny moro ovldcnce Ih tho'ln suronco enses beyond what he had' al roa'dy furnlshed tho jury several days ago. BREAK COMES STRIKE IS NEAR (Contlnued from Flrst Pago.) lng, loadltig, tlmboiing and ihsp'cetlnn of shots. Aftor a numbcr of spncohe3 by pronii n'ont cxponcntB of cach sldo. Mr. Phil Pennn, of tho lndlana opcralors, in a speoch suggostnd tho settlement of tho dlffercnces by anbitratlon. Tho silgges tion was not furlher discussod. Mr. Mitcholl denied a ropovt being cir cttlalerl In thn hiill bcfoiv tho John coi, forpndo was called to order to tho Qffccl that thn inlncrs, had ask^d President. Poosevelt to usy hls ofCurta rowards seeurlng peaco, , . > Failed to Ge-t Quorum. Tho 1olnt sub-commltteo from tho Fi nanrn nnd Kloctrlelty C.'ommlttnn, failed to hold a. mcotlng last . nlffht bocausp of tho lack of a quorum at thc appolnled hour After 'waltlng for niore thon an hour, tho mombers who rcached tho Clty Hull gavo up in dlsgust, after agreelng to trv to hold a meotlng next Tuosday lilfilit at whlch tlmo tho mport on tho luostion of eswilillshhig an olactrlc plajit ,vlll bo agrcod upon. irSFDOLISH To Ignore Such Convincing Proot as This Richmond Cilizen Gives You Here. You maj! ftifVop' rrpm. your nclghhors in mnny Importaiit, fiuestlons ,.of, .tlio day, Your oplnlopfi mny coincldo wlth those of tho mlnorlty or those of tho majority, and still you inay bo In doubt. Thit you can hardly l>o skeptlcal about tho merlt of Ppau'a Kldnoy Pllls whon you rond such emplilltlo loial I'lidoisement as tho fol iowlng: John A. Thonma, In ohut.o of tho clo vator of thc Clty Hatl.1 'rnsblnrjoe 2S11 IJJast t-'ary Htt'cet, says: "I-ct mo chiuigc the oft-repeutwt phrasii "prulso to tho biidgc wliich cirrics you ovor" to "praisn a reinedv whlch oiirea you" of a Hovern atinck of paln lu thn bnck. l.urlng tho aento stag," I wns annoyed wlth bpvoic acblm; as wol) ns boihorcd wlth too fro ,,ii, i,t actlon of tho kldimy .secrellnns. I w.nt to Oweus & Mlnnr'a drug Btnro for riuan's Kldiiny I'ills and took a box. Thls remedy acts dllTiiient from anylhlng 1 ovor used. It went ln my caso dlrcctly to tho snat of the truuble, uaiuely, tho kld ueys. and rcstored Ihom lo a normal con dltlon, and tlicn tho achlng ccased." For salo by all dua|or?. l'rlcu f.O.eonts. Kostor-Mllbiirn Company, Huffalo, N. Y., solo iigontS for thn Unltcd Btates, Hi-memlinr the namu?Pouu's?and tako v.) f.ubstiluto. Strerigth froiti the Ocean's Storehouse The best fcnown vitalizing Food Is a scicntific'ally prepared emul sion of Cqd Liver 011, in combina tion with dycerine, Guaiacol and the Hypophosphitcs of Limc and Soda. 1' i other food substance is so rich iri health-giving and dis case-resisting energy. Qzomulslon Is Nature's Food It fattens by feeding the impover ishcd nerye and blood cells. It stimulatcs digestion and over comcs torpid Livers without the distress of so-called bilious drugs. Tlicr? ore two aiiea?8-ox. and IfVoic. Bottles; the Formula ls printed In 7 languages on <?eh. ? OZOMULSION LABORATORIE8 ' 98'Plnb St, Now Tork. OFFERED TO MATCH COII5__FflB_S4l.nl Birmingham Game Too Small for John ,W.V Gates to Think About. (Speclal to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.) BIRMlNG-'HlAM, A1A.,, Wai'ch 2T John W. Gates Is-ln tho clty and the lld has beon taken qff. Mr. Gates' came to tho "Plttsburg o? the South" Salurday ostcnslbly to pur clniso a few? .mllllon dollars' .worth coaland iron-.mlnes, and he'tdev.oted' hi.i' flrst ,day-.ln looking over tho: properly. ln quostlon.,, Reporls tliat Mr, Gates had dropped $311,000 at j)6kei" dlco In Hot Sprmgs caused rnuch enthuslasm umong tho lnem bors of thb.Alabnnm Clufli, and. lmmedi ately a pool. of '$,1,000 was formed and a cpm'niittoo was appolnted to w.alt On Gates and lnvlto lilm to a"no linill" 011 tertuinment?-at. whlch ho could narno tho brand of, game. AVhen tho'cbmmltteo, called at Mr. Gates's hotel Sunday Hhey found lilm prepared tto'/gORfor a spln lo tho country club ln nn,a,n,to.l,HQ,Bmllod,blandIy, w.lwn they mado known the object. of tno(lr vlstl. " ? l ?"' '"' ?' ''"" :.-. ??? "Forty-. "tlibusarlfli" ?he?'?? eomrrienfeoy "well, ab-long-as thore Is no llmll wo wlll mntch colns for $40,000 a throw." Tho momber/; of the oommltteo paled perceptlbly as Mr. Gates b'owed and rocle awny. Novertlieless, they liope'to on icrtai'rt hluv bpfore ho lenvos'tho clly, Y PULLEH DEIIES GHMGE (Contlnued from; Flrst Page.). 'both hotises of tho Gonoral Assembly, But tho blll ns cngrossed Is bnrc of nny mpntion of inoncy. Thero ls somethlng wrong. "[ have hero a letter whlch wns wrltten to tno by'PolcKHto Robei-t \V. AVIthers, of Suffolk, whlcli shpws tliat tho conferenco coinmlttco agreectjlo inako an approprla tlon of $5,Q00, uncinhat it was so ordered by bolh houscs. Tho following is the let? ter, wlth persoiial rofornncos omitted: "Hero aro aome of tho faots whlch wlll lielp you ln clieoklns throngh tho i;eoords; After tho .lloiiHO rcfuaed to conour ln tho Sennto nmendments I waa appolnted to Inforni tho Senato of tho posltion taken by tlie HoiiHo. Senutor Thomns was iuob Borigor from tho Senato to Inforni tho Houso that tho Sonuto rofused to reccdo from Its aniendments and requostod a Coinmltteo of Conforonco. Tho liouao ngrocd to tho, Coimulttee of Conforonco nnd tho spoakor appolnted the follow? ing oommltteo: Wlthors, Leo and Wllsah. Tho oommltoo on tho part of the Sen? ato was composocl of Thomas,' RobertB and tho third namo has osoapeel mo, Tho Conferenco Coinmltteo met ln tho clerk's ofllce of tho Sennto. Wo ngreed that no roport should bo mado untll next day, ln tho nieantlmo Thomns wub to seo Son ator Wlckhum lo lenrn If tho Sennte would 'ngree to npproprinto any money, ito reported noxt inorning that Sonntor Wlckhani had Itgrepd to an approprhit?*W of Jo.COO. ] waa uppointed by tho coin mittco to draft the conferenco roport. I romnmnor that lt wub drawn ln dupllcuto nnd tho roport whieli wnnt to tho Hnuso wns wrltten on tho statlonpry pf tho clerk of tho Senato nnd was slgnod 'by_tho conforeoB. - "Tho report ropomnionden tl;nt tho Sen? ato rocedo from all of Its amohitmonts and that the oriftlnal IfoiiBo blll bo amonderl ,by fitriklng oul tho word tlfteon ln n cor taln llno nnd Bubstltutlng therofor llvo, and tn strlk" oul all of tho lialanco ot tho sei^tloiv whlch denlt wlth an. annual np nroiirlatloii, bo ttiut the sontonco slioiild reud that ihe sinn of J6.000 was horetiy nppropriated. Tho Houho cnitourred ln tho conferenco roport by a recorrted voto ana 1 wub ii'ppointod measonger to Inforni the Hentitt!, whlcli \ dld. Hentitor ThoniBB was the mosBonger. frmn Iho Sonuto wtip ln? formed tho Jtouao that tho Sonuto, hy 'i rocorclpd voto, lmd nlso concurred In tho conforeiioe loport, "At your t'orttiast 1 went t? tho cnrnlllng room nnd examlnoil tho t'ocorrl kopt liy Jtnlgti flooch, whlch hIiowh Iho iicllon fiken on tho aiivcin.l hllls by numbei's; I found that your blll hnd lieori onrolled, l dld not cxam'no 'l?e purfllled hin. but m Ivhi" upon IIiIh enlry to esttibllsh. the fuct tlnit Ihe blll hail beori enrolled, I roport ed to you ihlH fui't r "The iibove aro tho farvtsin tho OUEO, ns 1 romomljor, Jfi thvpiish ciirelossnpjPfl, tho ameiiilineiitM Imyo been omitted in (ho enrollment nf tho blll 1 ahouhi lil'lng tho mutter at QliPQ to Ihe nttenllon of tho clerk nf tho llotiBe. Judge Gooeh, tho ("lovernor nnd tlie coinmltteo appolntod by tho Cleneral Afisoinbly tq Investlgntn tho tainperlng wlth IdllH. 1 do not nioiin lo iisaerl. for 1 do not belinve, that nny ono wilfullv inmpaiod willi thls h))!, luit thls ls tlie only w.iy. ln ? my Judgmont, bv whlch tho blll ciin now be coirectcd, 1f an enor has been nuido. >?'? ? ? ?.. ."VtOHKltT AV. WITlllCRR." Mr. Houston wlll mokoMt liot for tho pprsou or |.ernons who tumpOrerl wlth" the blll, if ho enn Kuecced ln trnoklng down thu cul|irit. Patagonlun llnniMS llvo for yeni'H with? out tusllng water, nnd a breed of cows jtear l.oaeie, I'ru.uco, and noted for tho ^r'enness of tho mllk, tukos lt vci> fajjcb/,' FINED FOR SALE OF TAINTED MEAT Jamestown Will Gct the Amotint Named by the Hottsc Committee. NEED NOT EXPECT MORE Sccrct Servlce Agents Prosecut ing Pdwn Dcalers Who Buy Naval Clothes. (Spoclal lo Tho TimcB-Dlspatoh.) NORFO'jtC, VA? March 27,-Banks Bros., wholesalo moat paokoro, on Water Streot, wero flnod $35 and cost In tho Pollco Court to-day on tho chargo of sclllng taintud smokod meat to II. Oold stoln, of UH CllapOl Slrcot. Charles H. Btirr and ITrltfl D. Zolt, of Fhllndclphla, tho rnptltod suro.nttRora V tho Consolldatod Turnplko fOompany s toll ronds In Norfolk county, loft ln an automobllo oarly thls mornlng wlth H. H Pago, thelr local represontatlve, for tt personal Inspection of tho loll roads In tho county. Tho Tldowater Unlon, of tho Epworth l,cn.gues, comprlslng all loaguos In Nor? folk, Portsmouth and vlclnlty, met here to-nlght In regular bj-monthly Bcsslon. Commlttocs wero aippolntod to arrango for tho Stato convontlon of tho Kpworth Lnagucs In Norfolk May 20-31. The leaguors, will atterid tho convontlon from ovory cornor of the State. Betwcen threo and four hundred delogates aro nxpoolcd.' Hon, R. T. Thorp, Just back from Wnshlngton,. sald to-day he folt confl dont that Congress would pass wlthout reduntion tlio $1,450,000 appropriatlon ro commonded by tho house committee for th0 Jamestown Kxposltlon. Ilo sald whllo ho felt qulte suro that there would be no reduetlon In tho appropriatlon ns reeom mcndod, he aleo felt ppsltlvc thnt tho jl,.|SO,000 Is all the Jamestown manago ment ctin hopo to sccuro from Con? gress. i EF BY CQUNTIES (Contlnued from Flrst Pago.) literary fund is thcroby Incklng, in great nicasure, of Its due and lawful Increaso, ln vlcw of thls fact, Major Anderson offered thc followlng resolutlon, whlch was adopted: j"Resolved, That the Supcrlntondont of P.ublic Instructlon be, and ls heroby,.au thorized to- omploy ono or more agents to reeo'ver any money or llnes whlch ought to be pald Into tho treasury to tho crcdlt of the literary fund, and nlso to appolnt an agent to pnrchnse any estate sold under cxecutlon, or under decreo or deed of trust to satlsfy any debt or clalm for any such money upon the tcrms author Izd by soctlon 1?2 of tho Code." School Census Troubles. Tho board then went Into the matter of thc school census troubles, the distrlct ln Franklln county boing corrcctcd, nnd tho Kalrflold ?Distrlct census In ?enrlco 'cq'uuty belng.se'ttlod on a plan.mi . agreeablo to both' tho school board and the 'S lato boai-d. ' Thfe correctlon 'ln the hittcr dlstrict glves 920 chlldrcn less than wero shown In tho orlglnfd flguros of tho census. The Dickonson county cen? sus was accepted, and the monoy whlch has been wlthheld by tho board will now be dls'trlbuted to that county. A motlon was cnrrled that tlie depart ir.cnt have prlnted and dlstrlbuted at once throughout tho entlro State among tho superlntendents and trustees tlie Wll lllams loan blll for bulldlng school houses, tho Ould hlgh school blll and tho Curtell blll, coverlng many school laws. Tho department was also Instructed to lrsue as soon as posslble a comploto codl fio'd copy of the school laws for ovory distrlct. Mr. Eggleston brought forward hls pro ject to have plans and spcclflcatlons for modcl school-houses p'repared for frco dlstrlbutlon among thn school trustees, whlch wns authorlzed. Tho !\iperln tendnnt was nlso uuthorlzcd to hav\ pre pnrcd booklots on the mothods of teach Ing tho varlous branches in prlmary and grnmmnr grndos, such as readlng, arlth mctic, gcoBrnphy, etc. Given More Time. In vlo'w of thn fact that so mnny of thn schools In tho rural dlstrlcts opon and closo at widely varylng porlods?a condltlon due to many and Bimdry causes thnt lt Is lmposslblo to. forestnlK?tho tlmo for sondlng ln tho supetintondonts' monthy roports was extnnded to tho 2iHh Instend of, as at prnsont, tho 15th", of thn month followlng thnt for whlch tho report. wns mndo. Thls oxtenslon of tlme will be of un doubted rplief to many suporlntondents who are hard ptit to It in havlng their report sent In ono tlme. Tho mentlng last nlgtit wns of rather ttntlne length, lastlng from 8 o'clock untll ]2, ns thoro was much buslness to be transacted. The mentlng ndjourned to mcet ngaln thls mornlng at 9 o'clock, whon tho bonrd will go Into tho electlon of supor InleiMlonts for Portsmouth and Aloxan dria, lllscuss hlgh school reciulromonts, tho mattor of tonchors' cprtlllcntes, nnd will arrnngo for tho summor schools. piiill TO BE Husband Opens Magnifkent Home and Wife Dying to See Babies, (Speclal to Tho Tlmos-Dlspntch.) DENVI2R, COW Moroh 27.?Lawronce C. 1'hlpps, tho Plttsburg mllllonalre, and hls wit'o, who have beon separatod, nnd fltvorced, aro to ho remarrlod, thelr frlonds horo say. Mr. 1'hlpps hna oiiencd a magnluoent homo ln Callfomln, and Mrs. Phlpps is "Just dying to son tho bahles," nnd will Ipavo for Callfornla nexl week, Mr, Phlpps had an Important conferoneo .wlth Ids wlfo ln Penver, provlous to tho Pnllfornln trlp, nnd a comploto reconell ln(lou ls sald to have beon effocted. will savc th? dyspeptlc from many duysof inlsery, and cnable him to eat wriatever he wlshcs, They preveot SJCK HEADACHE, cnuse thefoodtoasslmlluteandnoui* Ish the body, glve kcen appetfte, DEVELOP FLESH and solld miwlc. Glegantly ?ig*r coutcrt.-??imm^ . Iako No Substitutc. \ Among Piano Players, the Standard the World Over h The Pianola The fame of the Pianola is confined to no onfe communlty or country. It entered the markets of the entire World, and to-day has.a greater sale than all other Piano-play ers combined. It costs more to construct the Pianola than any other Piano-player?it controls more patents. It is the ideal and artistic Piano-player for the whole family at any time. Josef Hofmann says:- "The Pianola is beyond all com Paderewskl says: "The Pianola is perfection." Rdsenthal says: "Nothing has more closely approached hand-playing than the Pianola." The Pianola can be bought separate or built inside four makes of high-grade Planos. It can be played both by hand and by the Pianola music-roll. Metrostyle Pianola, $250. Pianola Piano, $550 upward. This is our famous line of perfect Pianos: Steinway, steck, Wheelock, Weber, Standard, Hardman, Kjmball, Haines. All instruments at low prices. Any one sold on easy monthly payments. Walter D. Moses 6 Co. Oldest Music House in Virginia. Mail Order $ Filled. 103 East Broad. J1NST01SWEPT BY F1RE; 1 Telegraph Operator For Press Association Believed to Have Perished in the Flames. (By Assoclatod Freas.) JOHNBTOWN; PA., March 28.?A flre, whlch has already cnuaod about $200,000 loss. and whlch Is Btlll burnlng, Btarted at 12:30 o'clock thls mornlng In tho flvo slory brick bulldlng of tho Swank Hard waro Company at Main and Bodford Streets. A 'gcneral ularm wau sent ln and all tho flremen of the clty aro try Ing to get tho blazo under control. The bulldlng of tho JohnstoWn Jour nal haa been entirely coiiBiimcd. G. H. Snntamoure, telegraph oporntor for tho PubllHhers' Press Assoclutlon, lt ls feared, litts porlshcd. Tho bulldlng of the Henderson Fuml ttiro Company is almost dcstroyed, whllo the Foster bulldlng, tho D. F. A. Greer bulldlng ls burnlng. If Uicbo bulldlngs aro dcstroyed tho loss wlll bo ln.- tho nelghborhood of $700,000. ? * i ? Texas Bank Closes. ? (By AESoclatod Press.) WASHINGTON. D. C. Mnrch 27>?The comptroller of the currency hns advlsed that tho Flrst Natlonal Bank of Wcst, Tcxns, closed its doora to-day. > OBITUARY. Mrs. Sarah A. Abraham. Mrs Sarah A. Abraham. n salntly wo mnn,'rlpo In years nnd enshrlncd ln tne aftectloria of all who knew hor. dlpd at 4'35 o'clock veiiterday aXternoon at tho llnptlst ilomo for Aged Women. whoro she nnd llved for several yeurs. Sho titiu auffered two strokes of paralysls. and It had been apparont for some weeks tn.it Pho could not llvo long. For tho last ten days her death had beon cxpceted nlmost hotirly. . . ., i Mrs. Abraham had reached tno nu vnnced ngo of seventy-Hoven yenrs, nav Ing celebraled her blrthdny but a week ngo. Her htiabnnd, Mr. John W. Abru linm, who dled some yoars ngo wns ono of the leadlng men of llls soetlnn nf tho Sinte. Hls bomo wns at Rlvor Bond, nenr Goshon, where be ownod a splenflld es tiito nnd ontertnlned most hospltnbly. Mrs. Abrnham, wlth her boii, the Into Rev. AV. Y. Abrnham. cume to Blchmond somo years ngo, nnd bcsldes a Inrgo fnmllv cnnnnetlon, had n. wldo clrclo of frionds WhO woro dovoted to lier. In ovory homo sho vlKlted sho wns nffectlonntply wel comed llko u member of tho fnmlly. The sudden denth threa yenrs ngo nf her only son waa a blow from whlch sho never recovered. Thotigh dceply nttached to hor grundchlldron and to her son's wifo, sho was cruahed by the loss of hor son, ln whom sho was completoly wrappod up. In tho Inat days of her lllness iho do ceaaed waa attended by her nloco, Mrs. AV. J. Shlpman, of Prlnco Edward cotinty. and the lattor's daughte.-, Mrs. C. B. Bowory, nrrlved lnst nlght. Mrs. Abraham was u Chrlsllan womnn of thut noblo typo whlch loaves on tho world Its lmpross. Sho embraced tho Christlan fnlth ln glrlhood, and It was retlecled In her wholo llfo. Only what was puro and truo found a plnco ln hor hcart and llfo. She was oapeclully fond of young people and exerted n flno Inflti onco ovor them. Sho loaves a largo fnm? lly conneetlttii, but tho only mombors of hor Iminodliito family survlvlng aro her soiib'b wldow nnd hor grandson, Mr. John AV. Abraham, of Waahlngton. and her grunddnughtor, Annio LouIbo Abrnham, of thls clty, Tho funernl wlll take plnco from tho Baptlst Homo thls aftornoon at 3:30 o'clock. The sorvlco wlll bo conductod by Itov. K. AV. Btono, pnstor of Immanuel Baptlst Clnirch, of whlch tho decoased was a devotod momhor, and the Intormont wlll bo mado In Hollywood. Tho pall boarera wlll bo Messrs, J, AV. Shlpman, John AV. Abraham, \V. M. Fostor, J, B. AValthnll, Byron T. Goodman and S, B. AVoodfln. Mrs, Emma Chapell. Mrs. JSmma Chnpoll, wldow nf Clmrles Chapell, dled Monday at tho resldoncn of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. .1. Hudson nt Mlllcr's IMeld. bhe wns very ecoentrle nnd for years hnd had her nhyslonl nllninntn un? der tho cnro of a oolorert physloliin. Mrs. Chapell dled In n spnsm of paln, belng inken 8tidd,*:ily lllwhlln cornlng from tho lower twirt of tho houso, A Metrpnlltaii T,lfe Insurnnco polloy nmnunting to $135 and $45 In coln ls snld to bo left in cliargo of T>r. Jonea, tho nogro phyRlelun. Tho decensed wns a teeltise from the outslde world nnd held no conimunlc.ntlon wlth nmy frlends or reluUves. Onlv a few dlstnnt kln nre known lo survlvo her. William Hoehns. Tho denth of AVIllinm H. Hoehna, the Infnntann o' IT. Hoehns, nf Honrioo coiin ty, occurred yesterday mornlng nt tho homo of hls phronts nenr I.nurel. Tho funoral took placo at four o'olock from tho house. ? ?* Infant's Death. Annunzlatii Vlrglnla Wlcchij Infant ehlld of F. 7,, nnd Hniostn Plcohl, dled Mnrch the 27tll at 11 P. M. ln Ihe homo nf hla parenis. Tho funoral wlll be announced later. . ? ? . ?? * . Thomas J. Crowder. (Speelnl to Tho TlmoB-nispntch.) STAUNTON,' A'A.. Mnrch 27.?Oapt. ThomaB j; Crowder dled hero fo-day nged flfty-sovfrn years. nfter a shnrt IHiiobb of Bpopk-xy. Mr. Crowder wns a, very prom luonl gentloman and Icadlng polltlclan of thls sectlon and had hold many otllco? here. Ho wus at ono tlmo cnptaln of the West Augusta Guanls; he was also past grandmastnr of tho Odd Followu of Vlr glnla, was chlef of thn Stauuton llre do partment ah? for twelvo years conimla sloner of rovenue. Just after the war ho was elected chlef of pollco for Staunton, and at tho tlmo of hls death hehl a promlnnnt odlco In tho order of Red Men and was past oxalted ruler of the B. P. O. Klks. He is survlved by four sons-Travors K. Charllc, Joe and Karl-hls wlfo and tw'o datiKhtors-MIss Etta and Miss Laura. Tho funeral will tako placo from the Second Preabytorlan church Thuraday ufternoon. . Mrs. L. L, Whitehead. (Spoclal to Tho Tlmos-nlspntch.) CT1ATHAM. VA? March'r^/rHi^ucy Uickett Whitehead. wlfe of J. W. Whlto hoad, Jr., a promlnent merehant of thls plncc, died of pneumonla Monday nlglit. after an lllness of short durallon. Mrs. Whitehead was the dauchtor of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. U-ockott, of Danylllo. Mrs. WhltPhcnd wns nenrlng hnr twen ty-clghth hlrthday. Besldes her hnspand. she is survlved by three Miiall sons?Ett gone, Jiimcs and Konnrm Whitehead? her mother, Mrs. Ellzfi Loekett, and one sistnr. Miss Flla Loekett. all of Chnthanv. thrce brothers? Mcs'srs. Phlllp Loekett, of Danvlllo: John K. Loekett. of Lynohburg. and W. B. Loekett, of near Salisbury, >,. C. Thc Interment will ho ln the Chat ham cemetery W'ednesday. Mrs. Sallie W. Carrington. Mrs. Snllle Wlnston Carrington, wldow V. D., Gco Cabell Carrington, dlel In Mary lan.t at the rosldonco of her daughter. Mrs. Beale, Tuesday, March 201 h at 12 ?o'clock. Her body was brought to Hous ton, Va? and buried Friday, March 28d. Mrs. Carrington was a rnmarkable wo man, havlng Hved ncarly SS years ln pefl".eot htJallh. .She was one of tho lnst of Patrlck Honry's'vjrand-daughtcrs. She was tlie mother of Misses J. M. Carrington, of South Boston, Va.; C. C. Carrington, of llouston. Va.; R. B. Carrington, of Sclrrin, N. C.j W. C. Car? rington. oi Sp'artansburg, S. C. nnd Mrs. Sallie Bcalc, of Accokeck, Md. Lynch burs. G. F. Dunham. (Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-DUpitch.) BR1STOL, TK.N'N., March 27.?Georgt F. Dunham dled at hls homo at Ablng don, Va., late Monday nlght. Mr. Dun? ham was forly-flyo years old, and ls sur? vlved by hls wlfe and two chlldren. He came to Vlrginla from Boston many years ago, and for sovoral years reslded in Bristol. Ho wns a tcnor slnger of supe* rlor voicc. Michael Dolan. Thc funoral of Mr. Michael Dolan, of 607 South Flrst fitroet, who dled In the Momorlal Rlspltal, will tafco placo from 'tlie Sacred lleart Church Thursday morn ,'lng at 10 o'clock wlth requlem Ma.ss. Mr. Dolan was a natlvo of Iroland, but has reslded In Richmond ovor llfty years. Ho leavoa two sons nnd several grand chlldren, R. D. Sccitt. (Speclal to The Tlmos-Dlspntcli.) CHBS.TER, VA., March 27.?Mr. R. D. Scott, who camo hcre about a year ago from Vandergrlft, Pii., a paralytlc, dled at hls homo, near thls place, at f>:30 o'clock yestorday aftcrnoon. Hls fun? oral Will be to-morrow somo tlme, and tho famlly contemplatn burylng hlm on thelr farm here. Mrs. K, J. Sowers. (flpeclal lo Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) WINCHRSTRR, VA., March 27.-Mrs. Kntharlne J. Sowers. wldow of Kanlel H. Sowers, a fortnor promlnent Clarkfl county cltlzen, dled thls aftcrnoon nt het homo ln Berryvllle, aged snventy-sevon years, from slckness Incldent to old ago. She was a Miss Kllo, of Fauqulor county, nnd leaves one. son and four daughtors. DEATHS. ABRAHAM.-Dled, Mnroh 27th, nt 4:39 P. M., nt the Bai.tlst Homn fnr Acod Women. SARAH A. ABRAHAM, relle.t of Jphn W, Abraham, ageiT seventy seven yonrs. Funeral from tho Homo TIHS CWod nesdav) AFTRRNOON at 3:30 n'elock. Frlonds and ncnunlntancns Invlificl t? attond. RERNIER.?Dled, at Dovor, Del., Friday, March 23rd, Mrs. ANNA M. 11RUNIRR, wldow of N. O. Reinlor, In her flfty nlntli year, after an lllnnss of seven weeks. Sho leaves four chlldren?Oeorgo and Ous Bornler, of thls clty. and two dnughters In Dover; nlso, thrro grand childron. Funoral at 9:3(1 n'elnek TIIIS (Wedwa. dav) MORNINO rroni St, Mnry's chiirch. Intormenl at St. Mary's Cemo* : tery. DOLAN.?Dled. nt thn Memorlal Hospltnl, March 27th, at 7:30 A. M.. M1CIIARL DOLAN, In hls seventy-flflh year. Hls funoral will takn placo', from the Sacred Tlonrt olltiroh TIIURSDAT MORNINO at 10 o'clock. JONRS-?pied, at thn resiflence of hls hrother, 1000 Maury streef, Mannhester, March 27lh, nt 10:30 A. M.. JOHN PAUL JONF.S, In tho thlrty-foiirth year of hla Funeral fronr Flfth-Slreot Mothodlst church, March 28th, 4 P. M. ttgthi cntlro Qulnlna productlon of the World II consumed evcry year by tho mukeri o! Laxatjve Bromo Quiniine "Cures a Cold In One D?y" E.W.QROVE'S fllcnatureonbox. 2Sg OASTORIA, Bearn tho w?Thil M^ lla<e Always ^ Bigaatuia