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(to anxlelis to g<*( n <-l<-so loolt nt hor
that 15110 wna nlhios! sWept off her
?ffie, *ni| Mr. O'llollly wns forcOd I"
llght n wn> through lhe erowd for
When tho otlin- /.members nf the
?riir.w fntnlly left llu* ItulldliiK II rc
t-ul'ted scvo'rnl polleefno'n lo I'fptect
them from Ih* eiirlous onos.
Two extrft court offtccrs wero sworii
ln i-hortly artcr fi o'clock. nnd will
tieslPl the i-ogiilni- court oflicors lll al
toiiriing tho jury,
All the members of the Tbnw falnily
rcmnined nt the eourthbiiBfl and sent
OUt for tholr tllnnor, rnlhor tlinn faco
the erowds who surroundod the court
Recess Until Night.
At f>*lfi Justlco Fit/.gorald announced
ti recoss untll !' o'<?'ock, tho .iiiry. nt
that tlmo having shown no slgha of
luichlng nn agrei'inent. At 0:53 ,lus
tlcc Fllzgerald left tlie courtrooin for
dlctior. A few nilnutos later lhe Jury
Hlartod for tho Rrondwny Contrnl Hotol
for dlnnor. ln splto of tholr long con
itn'enlent, they lookod fresh, nnd woro
Inughlng nnd talklng together when
they left tho bulld Ing.
Juror Plnk, who wns Ul during tho
day, lookod niucli bc-tter than when
ho appenred In court thls afternoon.
The straln, so fnr, does not seem to
hnvo told partlculiLl-ly on any of tho
other jurors.
When tho jurors returned to-nlght
from dlnnor. one of them. .lohn S.
Denne, .No. 10, enrried n grlp. To the
wnitlng crowd, thls seemed an indl
entinn thnt tho jury had elther rench
eil n verdicti or oxpectod to lio dls
cliarged to-nlght.
Thaw Ver5' Cheerful.
llai-ry Thnw's famlly?his wliite
hatred mother, hls pale young wlfo.
his sist-crs and brothers?romaine.l at
tho courthouso untll lntc in tho nlght.
They vlslted tlio defendant on sov?
oral occaslons in the prlson'er's pen
on tho rioor above tho eotirtroom,
Their purpose wns ?;.?> cheor hlm, but
lie appearod by fnr V.:-.- most cheer?
ful or the gxoun.
Tlio man's confident air seems never
lo lenve hlm for any sr-:**! lencih of
time. nnd a buoyaney of spirit i.? hearly
nhvays npparent. Few --?.? arcused nf
imirdor ln tlio rtrst degree have awalted
tho seallnsr of tholr fate w!;>, the calhiT.
noss and happr-so-iucivj' auinnier wlilcli
has cliamctcrised Harry Thaw slnce the
jury retlred at 5:1* o'clocls on Wednes?
day afte-rnoon.
There wero all sorts of rumors nnd
guesses .lu tho alr to-day as to how tlie
jury stooii. Therfi woro more different
reports ns to tho results of the ballots
thnn thore could posslbly havo boon test
votes taken. None of the reports had
nny degroo' of authcntlclty. Some were
uttered in jost by promlnent flgtires con
liectod wlth the trial, nnd occaslonallj
tliese woro taken ln fleadly enrnest by
pc-rsons who "overlicntd them.
Upon Question of Sanity.
Thr- action of tho jury in twice fo
j-.-r beforo .lustico Fltzgerald and to
bave certaln portions of tho testimony
rei.4 to them waa wldoly comniontocl
-cpon and naturally caused much
,":'.. , natlon. It seemed evident that
-., jary*s dellbefatlons woro hinglng
?a-noa the queatlon of tho sanity or
,',L- --.- T -.:.?- defendant as rhoivn
j! -? .' i-'.?'.?-. The jury showed an
,:r,?',-.-. bi rtllng familiar|ty with tlie
?-i -,-'??:?? er.d she testimony they de
, ? -. ..: BgaSn tc.-day v,-as giv.'n
ln'jjb-tj ?? ;;r-~ons -who wero not
r{ ..'.?-..-- - .-'-.- Eutmnlhg np jjpeeclu-s
?? ?'- , . :: ;? -O 7?'?? ot .>t
- -...'-- ._-:-.-. feed tbai a ver
re and
:.' entire
iltlBS tha
Mrs. Eoiman Expresses ihe Hope
Thai He: Saa-3a-jLaw Will
NF.\V YORK, A;.ri'. 11-?A? ittoowrlas
how strong waa Stanford Whlte*
fondnetiH for Evelyn Xeabit a l?tt?r
piirportlng io havo been written b -
hlm to hor was mado public yeilerdar
afternoon by Daniel O'Rellly, i l
Thaw's counsel. For not offering tha-t
letter In evldence Jerome hail crlt:-.
clsed tho dof.nse-, and the retort to
him hrul been. In subKlaiO'^, '*\Vi.y
don't you off.-r lt?" Tho inl'Dlve wais
dated Aprll lltll, with no yoar Bpecl
fied. and run:
"My Doar,?I am tlie awfullest of
i rands when lt comea to k*tt.*r wrlt
lng. lt ls no uso. 1 havo what 1'eter
Pooley called wrlterphobla, and a bftd
case of that, but 1 do not see what
use Tnushroonis ur<-. Cut lt out!!!
"By the way, whon Is that Fa.ll
Rlver boat going to sall? 'Tlio BocinJ
Whlrl' has openod, and is whlrllllg
alortg, It ls roally qulto good,
"At that, 1 am glad you aro having
mioh a good tlmo?tho doao of homo,
aftor all, ls tho very liost medicine
any of uh can take. Whatever you
do, do not como back prottliu' uiid
r.ioro allurlng than you wore?foi un?
der ihose clrcumstancos l cat*|iot |j<
responsiblo for my netlons, ac.ii then
would be real 'thrubblo' and no inla
tf.k<-. and thon, i>. rlnip-i Ihero wouu
be oiu* li'Hs muuhrootn In tho world.
"S<'i-lmiBly, dmr. when uiv you com
Ing back? I.ovlngly. j* \y ??
That Tired Feeling
That comes to you every Bpriug in i
?ign that your blood .\b wanllng ii
vitality, just as plraplpa and othor tran
tloiiB are signa Uiat it is iiiniuro,
One of tlie jfreat facts nf pxporienc
and obBcrvation is thnt llood's Barai;
parilla alwaj'H rempveB That Tired ]*'ee
ing, gives new life and CQurago. Ttd;
Hood's Sarsaparilh
UBoal llquid form or chocolatiid l
i called earaatabs. itx) Iiosob
Ouaiuutewi uii'ler FnoO ond liruiis Act,
3wvM,W<i. #o,r.i,
"Berry's for Clothos"--lor boys nnd juv*?nl1*s.
Aftor studylng iho wholo nmvket, for fnbrtoa nnd ntrlKtnrt
pnttorns, vvo'vo hnd mndo up th? finest, nssonnierit of Boys'
Togsthnt hnve evi>i' boon shown in Rlchmond.
Out or Justlco lo your.boy you cannot ntfoiM lo miss thla
Ncbby Russlnn, .Inpnncso nnd Snilor Blousos; jnunl-v
double nnd slngle'-breastod sncks; grncoful Norfolk nnd Elon
Sults--rts well ns ovoryllilng els? for your boys' styllsn nnd
economicnl ndarnment.
New Spring Sults, $3.80 up.
O. H. Berry & Company,
Successors to tho MerchantTallors.
This magnlflcent modern temple. whlch has cost for constructlon alone $6,000,000, and taken tlilrty months to
crect, coyers a ground space of four acres. Its llbrary will liold 1,500,000 volumes. Its art galleries cover 44,700 squnre feet,
and Its museums 104,000 square feet, The entire structure contalns no woodwork, and ls absolutely fireproof.
Carnegie Institute is Dedicated?Distingriished Gathering of Notables From
All Parts of the World--List of Guests and a Scheme of Degrees
Conferred in Honor of the Occasion.
PITTSBUKG. PA., Aprll 11.?The for?
mal rcdcdicatlon exerclses of the en
larged instltute of Pittsburg. valued
at J6.000.000, and one of the most
beautiful und complete institutes or
its klnd In ,the world, were brought
to a close for the day with the an
nouncement ^of the prlze winners in
the ink-rnatlonal art exhibition. Fol?
lowlng are the successful painters,
amount of awards and titles of
First prize?Gold medal and $1,500?
Gaston La Touche, Parls, France, "The
Second prize?Silver medal and Jl,
600?Thomas Eaklns, Phlladelphla,
Pa.. "Professor Leslie W. Miller."
Third prize?Eronze medal and $500?
Olga I>e Boznanska, ,Parls, TYance.
portrait of a -woman.
To-night the .foreign and Arnerican
gru*sts attended a concert g-iven in
their honor by the Pittsburg orchestra, i
uirected by Mr. Emll Paur. The con
cert was tlie most brilhant in the his?
tory of the orcm-stra.
Tat ceremonies to-day, while elabor
ate, were marked with extreme sini
pllclty. Addresses of internationa! im
porlance were ?deliverc-d by His Excel
.r:-v Theodortr von Moeller, Minister
?'. State, Grrir_any; Paul Dourr.er, c-x- ,
.-':?? c\:':r oi the Chamber of Deputies,
i'r.r..- Andre-.v Carnegie, Baron d'Ea
tournelles de Constant, membt-r of the
.-? aale, Paria. and iJr. John Rhys, prin
? ' ot J?-if'Js College. Vnlversitv of
Oxtori. The Rev. Dr. E. S. Roberts.
- hancellor of tbe Unlvorslty or
- ? -irjg,;, Enzland, dellvered the in
President's Letter.
A lengtby I<*tter ol regr*-t from
Prtsldent Roocevelt \va? read by the
?-?? :?ry of the Instltute, In his let
-.- -.- President pralsed Mr. Carnc
Sii Cor the great g'fl to sclence and
Durlng the ezerciees the President
.. , refcrrtd to as "thc great peace
? ? ??? - ? ? - ? d rodferous applauee greec
?"..-. :?'!.* lon of hie name.
M :.'?? of State Von Jloeller paid
;... ?;.;.'.;?'?.?>: trlbate to Mr. Carnogle in
blt address, Tbe Popular Blgnifi-J
Cfcncri ?' lhe f;..rr,/;gie Inttitute." 119
UijiK????' ? ?-'? ! PJUsbttrgers ln ihelr
,.--??-.??? - .* tbe great Instltute.
1 ? :. itable ftat-jreu of the ex<rr<:is'.-.:
? .-? . -- ?-.. the parade of th? iCuro
J^ean ar.-i Ai:i^!|.i.r. gue?U tXOta thc
Hotei ? :?-.--? to tbe Instltute, over
a sutuu-e av.-ay. The march began
about ' ???- route being alpng;
Porbt-t .-??--' to lhe east entrance of
lhe I i Idh g Dlrei lor A. Kf llHinc-r
schlag. of the Carnegie /Technlcal
.-'< ? >??.. ??.?? oi ? s nled by the faculty,
head. .>a sslon Immedialcly
i bohlnd ? - Andri w Carnejfle and
: ??-.-.- president ot lhe In
I Btltuti Next came thi forelgrr) (ruesis,
followed by Mayor Outhrle, prominent
PJtUburgera ac) tbe American gut-Bt*.
All those entltled to w.-ar aeademlc
dreBii dld so, whlch tetided to make
the parad'- oae ol dlgnity. Tbe pro
ceflBlon passed between (he studentM
of the technlcal schools, wbo loudly
greoied the founder witli :: colleg*
y..-ii, formed by pronounclnj: catb i?-t
ter of )i!? name :i;.d u.'iirjg with
Thousands </f pen.-,, viewed tbe
parade frorii the nldewalku, &rnn<l
Btaniia and topa oi bulldintca The
weather, while somewtiat . ool, v.-as
Idi-nl, tlinl iserved to bring out a lartje
Wanted to See Carnegie,
Krederlck Blagid, thirty-three years
ol.i, i.r i/jb Angelos, waa arrested
while alt.-iiiiitlng 10 iiiU i- the Hotel
Hi-bciili-y wlih :> ri open ki,if<- llldden
benimtli hls cout-slcevo, KlttKUl saldhe
wanted lo bqo Mr. Oarni-eie concern?
ing (i patont for mllklllg COWS Hi iiH'l
I'ii'A WhOll i. rr.-nti'.l. Tbe exerclsos will
continiii: friday and Halurday, Thosu
of to-mprrow will probably be of tbo
i.'iiiit.-Kt ImporUnce, uh tin- dletin
KUlshed forjjljfn and Amertcan pupils
will iiiioMifiH Intornailonal peace Ttn
Cinrueglo technlcal schools v.ni b?
ii.spi-n-.i, and tho la.iii-w of tb? party
wlli be i iiii-i talni d nt tia |n honor of
MiK. Carnegie
1- Th- ni...l(in T.iii|.lc ilnlli ,-,t.-.j i? lu
ature, mt. music nnd sx-lBiica, r|*?s u
i ki'.m.?iiiiig odlftco of ii.iuhii- rrom thi
% Slien i-v.i.r.i r.f Bchenlej' pa.-U, one ol
X Mf I moBi bi -..11111111 h, ihe park Hymomoi
UA clty, U,uat?,J ,m ]-'?r|?.)( ,si,-,-.-i, ,?;,,
1 tnS V.'.nu J?"",,"'?';i. tliu bulldlng f;,.i?;
W. wlth th.- th.-l-,. flo,,,,. 11,.",','"
sixteen acres, exclusJve of two base
ments and tho power-house.
The total cost of the instltute which
oceupie-d thlrty months in construc
tion. was $G.000.000. There is no wood
wqi'k in the whole building. Twenty
flve thousand electrlc lights and two
hundred mlles of wirlng are controlled
by one of the largest switchboards ln
tho world. and tho heating and venti
latlng plant is one of the most elab
orato and sclentlflc in the world. In
tho library tho no-w bookstacks are
eleven stories hlgh, and havo a ca
paclty of 800.000 volumes. whlle the i
entlre capacity Is 1,500,000 volumes. !
The art gallerles cover 44,700 square '
feet. and -the m'use'um 104,000 square
Tho maln entrance to the building
is through the facade faclng Forbes
.Street. At the westren end ls the en?
trance to the muBlc hall. whlle at tho
east is the entrance to the sclenco and
aro dc-partments. A carria^a entrance
ln the centre glves accc-ss to all de
partrnents. The llbrary entrance ls at
the centre of the western facade.
The second story of the fdcade is em
belllshd with Corinthlan columns, and
pllasiers in the logeclas of the end
pavlllons, and tlie pilaster treatment
of the central portlon wlth the great
marqulse coverlng the carrlage en?
trance. Tho effect of' the entrance
pavilions with their deep loggias of the
second floor Is greatly lielghtened by
the bronza Htatucs at olther end of the
f.ti'PK. Thon.; at tho muslc hall aro of
Hhakespean* and ijac-h. Those of Oalll
li o and Michael Angolo havo been
nlocea at tho sclenco and art entrance,
Tlio four largo brow/.o groups sur
mountlng the building reprnnent
Hclence, art, muslo and llterature, Thoy
aro placed ubove tlio cornor plers of tho
rho frio/..* whlcli enolrclon tho build?
ing bi'iirx tho narnes of dlatingulBhod
ni.-n. Tlm dedlcatlon by Andrew Car
- *.' < .,, tlu.. peoplo of FlttHburg ap
pear* in tlio frl.-z.. abovo tho contral
entrance. Tho entrance to tho build?
ing ln a Ki"*'Ht vuullod vetitlliilln, wnTi
iiiuibl"- walnucollng, and tho main
Htwlr'.-fnfo liall. iiixtv-Hlx foot squarq
und three KtorloK In helght, lia? In tlm
i-.i.tr.- an opon woll, Hurrounilqd by a
lwo-?tory oolloimde. Ilroad murblo
utalr* )? ?<l 'o tlio aocond floor. and
il<-?-<: an- luriv <levutorn at olther sldo,
The whIIh tif th..- rir?t ntory aro wnln
BCOted to a h'lnlit of tori foot with
IJg itmvllle iiiaili).-, whllo plorB of
. i.< i.aiiion rnarbio ttrouiuJ tho utalr, woll
mipport ih.- ''nrlritiilan collonudo of
th?* mscond floor.
Abovo tlio wuiiiM'otlng aro llio flrnl
?.f u ?<-i l.-H ot inuial puihtlnm* by .lohn
SV". Aloxandor, Jyjw mariilo waln.
iiotloK on tlio wjiII? (iiirriMimlliiir tlu
Imiln ?.ti tlo* b.ooimI nnd third floora
!.!!<,w lor tl)0 cnirviri./ out of tho Alex
aoflfrr ?erle.?, On il.<- 71r?t floor n broiu'
'^i-.n.r. iin.-.i with murblo, or.iskoh thi
. -.'.!.? from i.f tho . -ttfiiHlnn eoniicotlnu
; the i-liilr hall wlth tho foycr of tlu
lc hall. tho I'ftri'laao ontranco ant
.. .* ii- rooms und IiuIIh on allhpr sldo
Dlrwt\y lu iho n-ur of tho uuiln t-taii
I liull !., tl... llall of H.iilptur.*, DSxlJSl
'..i two c'oil.'H ln li'-li'hi, Kurroiiiidoi
?n iii flrat Btory by a Clro*h Ilorli
? iolot.'inidv, ?iirnioijiit?-<) nn tlm hi-ooii.
flooi by coluinii* of tln* loulo orifor, al
lilnlng, wl,lu-. riroilan, puotellb
mu rbl
| Mr. .tly on tlio axls of tl... carrlugi
.Mrnni'ii, iipoiiliig fj*Oin tho maln corrj
i nor and aU<) friiin tlio llall of Kculp
lur?t, U th- liall, lZd foot Kiuiiro, do
;vo?.rl to tl..- oxlilhlthiii of largo-Bi/.o.
?<.>-. 1,1 (,.. l,l|..|-tl||.-ll HIlMOl'lH. Tlll
I room 1. tiun*ound*i<J uv a gallery ?np
i.ort.d bv twenty.&lKlii lonln colmnni
i /, '-nty >\i f..| hiich, I'.mrwnyn o
I Cccupyluu thu cntiro tftitial portloi
of the Forbea Avenue facado on tho
second iloor and openlng from the stalr
hall are two large rooms, to be used
for tho exhibition of engrnvlngs, prlnts,
water-colors, etc. Openlng also from
the second iloor of tlie samo hall Is tho
gallery surrounding the Hall of Sculp
ture. Tho offices of the director- of the
urt department occupy the space lm
medlately in front of the stalrts on the
The art galleiies for tlie haiiglng of
the paiiuings at tlie annual exhibition
and for the permanent eollecllon oc?
cupy the secon-d and third lloors at tho
end, there being nlne great rooms, three
on the second "flbor and six on tho third
floor. Back of this sectlon ls loeated
the museum, the maln exhibition halls
on tlie tlrst iloor openlng off the east
entranco hall at the foot of tho stair
A lecture hall which wlli seat C3C
opens from tho museum sectlon. Tho
seats are arranged ln amphitheutro
style. glvlnpj all an unobstructed vlow
of tho platform. Openlng from tho
immense earrlageway ls the foyer, 182
feet long, Gtj feet wlde and 47 hlgh. The
cellings are vaulted by nnd supported
by tweniy - four eolurnns of vert
Tlnos marble, three feet ln dlameter
at tho bnse. A balcony enclrcles tbe
foyer, wlth many embrasures jutting
out llke theatre Ijoxob. Their fronts
are loaded with gold-leaf, heaten to
glve a bronze effc/t. nnd tlie adorn
ments are lyres. This balcony eon
neets with the flrst gallery of tho mu?
sic hall nudltorlum, and nbout lt runs
a llno promenade. Corbels bear tho
names of great composcrH. From the
coffered celllng depend four electroliers
of three banks of lights. Thev nre of
hand-chaspd bronze, and most beautiful
in deslgn.
Boyoud tho foyer Is the maln corrldon
of the bulldlng-, and Its small panellng
ls one of th0 brllllant slghts. Back
of the balcony Ib a largo retirlng room.
Eelow the foyer Is a Hmoklng--room.
List of Degrees.
Tho followlng degrees were con
ferred by Western Unlvorslty of Penn?
sylvanla in honor of the occaslon:
Por Degree of 1,1,. U.?Baron
Deacamps, Belglum; Baron d'Estoiir
nelles de Constant, Franee: Dr. Roln
hold Koser. Germany; Ernst von ibne,
Germnny; L,lentenant-Gotieral Alfred F.
J. Ii. von Dowonfeld, Germany; Theo?
dore von Mooller, Germany; Slr Robert
Ball, Grent Britaln; Slr Robert Cran
ston. Great Britaln; Dr. P. Chalmers
Mltehell, Great Britaln; Dr. John Rhys,
Forecast: Vlrglnia?Fair ln north,
showei-K iu south portlon Friday; Sat?
urday uhowefB; llght to froah west
North Carolina?Fair on the coast;
Hhoweis In the Jnterlor; Friday wurm
er; Saturday fair; vurlable winds, most
ly southeust:
co.vijrrxoNS yesteuda v.
Rlchmond'*) weather waa cool and
eloudy. itungo of tho thermoriioter;
a A. Al.45 tl 1'. M.o:i
IS M.Dt 0 P. M.411
a P. M.00 li ..ildnlght_47
Average.DO 1-0
Illghoat temperaturo yuatorday.SO
Lowcut ti-miMiraturo yesterday.37
Moan temperaturo yosterday...:..., 411
Normul teniperaturo yosterday.65
Depurtiiiii from normnl tompuruturc. OH
0 A. M.&4 0 P. M.06
IS M.08 U P. M.57
8 P, .\i_.08 IS midnight_62
Avorago.f?'J 2-3
' (At 8 P, M., Eustorn Tlmo.;
PInuo. Ther. il. T. AVeathor.
AbIicvIII.-, N. U, .. 41
AilgUBltt ,.'?.'. OK
Atlanla, (1?., .?,... 64
i Bilflnlo, N. ?..'.. . 82
Ghli-ngii, 111.. ... .. 44
i ' Cliiclnnatl. 0. 44
. ' Duvonport ....-.,. fiO
: Dolrolt, Mleh.,.. 38
i IliilleriiH, N. C,. .. 60
I .lai-Usonvlllii . 00
? . KuiiHiis i.'lty. 00
' IMeinphlH .,, -IS
: I Alublle ...'...'.,,. 60
Now (irli-aiiH. 72
Oklnhnmu Clty,';. <i0
?I'lllabui'K, Pa. 30
Rukdgh ,.,..,.,. 60
Htivniiniih ,. 64
Norfolk, Va. 62
Taiuiui, Fla.. ,... , CO
Vli-ksbunr . 70
Wtmhliigion . 4 1
Wllmlngton . 60
V'ellolVBlono . 40
Sui) i'Ihoh.6:41 JilQI* TTDE.
Htiii Bi-iH..0:-ll Morning,.,.. .'1:3.
Moun sets.0:60 ilSvenlng.4:iA
l (Ircnt lirlinln: Hr. 13. S, RoboHS, Oront
I Urltnlii; ln-, .Tidln Rosa, Ci-eiil Hrltnln;
Klr Wllliam Henry Proooo, GrOitt
1 Hiitn.ini Frofessor Frlta Belinpof, Oor
For Hogioo of Doctor of Tiltciniiire?
l.entio.' Honodlto, FrntlOCj C. F, Mobnrlv
lloll. Glent Mi'llnln; SV. Ti Snonil. Groat
Hrltnln: Jooflt Wlllem von del* Foorlolu
t'chwarti!, llollnml.
For Dogroo ol' nootm* of Selcneo?
Cnnilllo lhilurl, Friineo; Froilorlck S.
Artj lion hold, Gcrinnny.
For Uc-Bl'Od of Doctor Of Muslc?Slr
Kdwnnl ISlgttr, (It-oiit Hrltnln.
1.1 ST 1)1'' C4U.li.8Ta,
Tho. roiiowlng lisi of rtlBtliigttlnhotl
Riiosts woro ni'Osonl from Etu'opoi
H.'hvliiin?vtnron Doscninpii. MIuIhIoi
nr Stnte, Friifo.ssor of I iit<riintliitiiil
l.uw. uiombor of Hftguo Court of Ai-hi
Ft'ittlco?houtlCO Bonodltc, (llroetor
lAtXqm.bOtlrg Gullory, l'ni-hi, iiuthoi* of
books on inodoi'it art,
Biwon D'HstourmHlos do Conslartt,
riiomb'or of Fronolt*i Sotinti\ lioml of
Fronoh Sctitlon, Intoriintldiial l'ouco
Corifarohco: orntor nnd cllptomnt.
Puul lioumoi*. ox-(1ovornor of French
Iiulo-Chlnn, ov-HponUor of Clinmber of
Hoputlos. Hnd many votes for Prosl?
dont of tho Froiicli Hopublk; nt tho luat
Cnmlllo Enlnrt, dlrocloi* of Troeiulorn
Miiaoiini at l.'nrls,
Gormnny?Fi'ledrlqh S. Arclionbold,
iiHtronotnoi- illrootor Troptow' Obaorvn
!.>i\ Uclnholil Kosor, chlof dlrootor of
tho Prusslan Stato, Arclilvofl! Upper
Prlvy Councllor; moSrpber of tho Acad?
emy of Scloncos nt l.lorllti; mithor ot
many important hlKloiioiil worka. lu
oiuding "Llfo of Frederick tho Groat."
KriiBt von thno. arehltoe-t: court archl
test to lils Mnjos-ty. tho Emperor; Im
perlnl V'l-lvnto ITp-pur Court Archltect.
lils Exoollenoy, nieutfunnt-nienornl
Alfrcd 1-'. J. 1,. von IxJOWallfold. gonoral
ndjutant of II Ip Mnjesty. tho Empbrorj
e.ommandor of tho Flrst Divlnlon of iho
Infantry Gutmlti; porsonal rcpcscnla
tlvo of Rmp-.irni* WilUam.
Colonol Gu.Ttnf DU'khttth. lloulonant.
oolonol of tho Oormim Armv; mllitary
Instructor of iho Grown Prlnco, and,
nll tho others nf tho Knvporor',. sons,
HIr Excellencw, Thoodor von Moellar,
MlnlHtor of Sllito; prosldont of tho
Cliamlio-i of Commorce nt BolleCold:
nioinboi* Prusslan Houso of Roprosontn
tlves; niembor of tho Hoiclistng; Prlvy
Professor Frltz Schdpor, aculptorj
mado busta of Blsmnrck, tho Emnoror.
l.utlior nnd others. Execuldd tho flguru
of Clirlst for tho ne*w entliodrn.l nt j'lor
lin: uiombor of soolotlos of sclonco nnd
art: oroatod by tho Emperor as Vloo
Chancellor of Order of Merlt, r-opros^nt
Ing Gerntnh art for tlio occunlon of tho
rododlcatton of tho Clnrnoglo Instituto,
Groat nrltaln?Sir Jtohort Bnll, ns
tronomor; professor of nstronomy nnd
poometry nt Cambrldgo Unlversity;
dlrootor of Camorldgo ObaorvntOry; nu
thor of books On mnthoniatlcn.1, ustron
omlcnl nnd phvsicnl subjocts.
C. F. Moborlv Bell, raanagor of Bon
don Tlnios nnd author.
Slr Robort Cranston, ex-Bor-il Provost
of Edlnburgh.
Slr Edward Elgar. muslcal composer.
Dr. P. Chalmeirs Mitchell, secretary
Zoologlcal Society of London; aclentlflc
Sir Wllliam Henry Preece, elcctrlcal
englnoer. ^
Dr. John RIij*h, principal of Jesus
College, Oxford unlvorsltyj professor of
Coltlc; author; member oi Moseloy's
Educatlon Commlsslon to Unlted States
ln 1803; coinos now as roprcsontatlve
of Oxford Unlversity.
Dr. E. S. Roberts, vlco-chancellor,
Cambrldgo, master of lionvlllo and
Calus Collego, Cambrldgo Unlversity.
Comes as ropresentatlve of Cambrldgo
Dr. John Ross, chalrman Carneglo
Dunferinllne Trust.
WiUlam Robertson, vloe-chairrinan
CarnegJo Dunforinline Trust.
W. T. Stead, odltor of Revlew of Ite
Holland?Joost Marius Wlllem Van
Der Boorten-Sehwartz (Manrteu Maar
tens), Dutch author; accampa.hlad by
hls daughter.
Amerlca?Thomas A. Edlson. invontor.
Jamea Wllson, Secretary of Agrlcul
Uobert S. JlcCormJck, ambassador to
Androw D. Whlte, educator and au?
thor. ex-ambassador to Germany.
Charles M. Schwab, presldemt Bdthlo
hem Steel Company.
It. 12. H. Gary, chalrman executlvo
eommltteo, Unlted Statea Steel Corpo
Mclvlllo, E. Stono, general managor
the Assoclatod Pross.
John Burroughs, naturallst and nu
thor. /
Richa'rd Watson Gllder, cdltor nnd
Oeorge W. Cablo. author.
llamllton Wright, Mable, editor nnd
, S. S. McCluro, odltor.
Kichard Bartholdt. Congressmnn.
John W'cavor, Mayor of Philadolphla.
Rear-Admiral Colby H. Chester,
Unlted States Navy.
James Speyer, banker.
Baron Kdmonto Mayor Dos Planches,
Itallan minister to Unlted States.
13mlIlo C. joubert, minister Domlni
can ropubllc.
Bouls F. Coroa, Nlcaraguan mlnlater,
Jo'aritiln Benardo Calvo, C!osta lllca
Ephanlo X'orteia. minister Argontlne
Gonzalo Do Quesada, Cuban mlnlstor.
Dr. Henry S. Prltchott, prosldont Car
negie Foundutlon. .
Dr. F. W. Atkinson, president Brook.
lyn Polytochnlc Instltute.
Dr. Aloxandoi- Huinphrlos, president
Stevens Instltute.
Dr. Charles Sumnor Howe, president
Case Sohool of Appllod Sclonco.
Dr. Samuol Sholdon, prosldont Amor?
lcnn Instituto of Knglnoors.
Ur. Palmor C. llh'kotlB, presidqnt
Ronsselaor Polytochnlc Instltute.
Dr. "Wllliam S. Aldrioh; dlrootor,
school of tochnology.
Franklin AV. Ilooper, dlrootor Brook
lyn Instituto of Arts and Sclonc'es.
.Slr Caspar Purdon Clarko, dlrootor
Metropolltan Musoum of Art.
II. C. Btiinpus, dlrootor Amerlcan
MuHounv Natural History.
Charlos D. Wnlcott, socrotary Snilth
sonlan Instltutlon.
Edward RobliiBon, dlroclor Mu.souin
Flne Arta, IJoston.
Halsoy C. Ivds, dlrector St. Bouls
Mu.seum Flno Arts.
J. II. Gost, dlrootor Clncliinatl Muk
AVIIIInm II, Hmlth, auporlntondcnt Natlonal
Dotonlo Oardon.
Dnnlol Morrlmari, president WorcoBtor Art
AV. 'I'. llnrnnday, dlrootor Zooloaleal Park,
t?'cw York,
CharhiH M. Kurtz, dlrector Buffalo Flno
Arts Academy.
John 8. Bllllngff, illroctor New Yorlc I1ubllo
Joseph O. Rosorigarten, prosldont Phlladel?
phia Frio Llbrnry,
Thoiniiii I,, MontB*omory, Stato Llbrarlan,
Arthur T. llnilley, prosldont Yulo I'nlvcr
Dr! lt. H. Wbodward, president Carnegla
Iniitltuilon, Wnslilngton.
Dr. Hhiior 15, Brown, comnilswlonor, Bu
roiiu of Bducnllon, Washlneioii.
Dr. Nloholas Murray Iltitlor, prcsldont Co
lumbla Unlversity. ?
Dr. Dnnlol Colt ailmnn,. ex-prusl.lont Johns
HopkiiiH Pnlvoi-Hlty and <>f Carnotflo Instltu?
tlon, WnshlnBton.
Dr. Jacob C. Holiurman, preBldoiit Cornell
Dr, lltmry N. MnCrncken, cliniicollor Now
York Unlversity.
Dr. Irn Itemiien, prcsldnnt Johns llopklns
Dr. llonry Lo Povour, prosldont Slmmona
Ciilio'ga, Ilosloii.
Dr. Qhnrlos W. Noedhami prcsldont Goorgo
AVnsliliigliin Unlvorslty.
Dr. Wllllinn Potoroon, MoOlll Unlvorslty,
Montroali I'nn.
Di*. O, Ktiinloy TIii.lt. prosldont Clnrk Unl?
vorslty. _ ,, ,
Jainos A. nonvor, pXrOovornor Ponnsylva
nln. notlnar pi'osldoul Rioto rnllowo
Dr. llonry H. nrlnkoc, proslii?nt Leliigli
Dr. .laiiios 11. Moffnt. iniislilont WaHhhiB
ton nnd .loffcis'in Ccillfiuo.
Dr. I. C, ICntlcr, prosldont Clrovo City
Dr. Ocorgo V). Peod, prosldont 'Dlcltliisoii
Dr. .Wllliam II. Crawford, proslilunt Allo
liiKtiuctlnii, llnrrlNbui-g,
Dr. lllll Mei'JIclliind Bell, vlco-t'liaucollor
O iBu. ISJ "2? C? 3Z& 3C Jb. n
??? ii,-: ^?lho Kind You ll?.vo Wwavs Bought
Coupons also Redcemablc for Valuable Pfesehts
PremiuDi Department
'i_ _ imiM^ii????-?_
Drnkb Unlvorslty, Des Tilolncs, la,
llonkiM' T. AVushlnitlnn, prcultlunt Tuslca
gOB lllHtltllle.
Dr. Tlioiiitis McClclland, prosldnnt Knox
lir. Qoorgo II. Denriy, presldont Wnshlnsr
ton nnd l,co Uiiivernlty.
Dr. .Knmtiul I'hintz. prusldent I.awrimca
lir. AVIIIInm H. Wolsll, profi-xnor of jia
tholoKV, .Inhmc-llopklni,- Urilversily.'
Dr. J. McK, Cftttoll, edltor,
luivlil C. Preyor, edltor.
John \V. Alexandor- nrtlst.
pr. AV. W. i.'nmpbell, dlrcotpr i.tck Obsor.
vutoiy, Mi. llumllton. C.-tl.
Dr. Etlmun.l A. Btigler, preBliIent-AVorceH
ter Polytec.hnlo Bc-hool.
W*. P. 1'ouer, Juutk-o fluprcmn Cour* of
Count HaUfoldt, chnfffe d'aiTaires Oerinan
enibamy, WoBhhiKton.
(Conllnuod from Flrst Page.)
securod. lt ls believed that many of th.j
old soldlers will prefor the camp llfe, and,
In fact, many have alreiuly exprcssed a
dealre to have tlie smoll of canvuss and
to aleep under the atirs again. The camp
will be lald oir In regular mllltary order,
with every sanltary precnutlon ot regu?
lar army oncampmonls. VJsltors will bo
allowed to go through tha camp at cer?
taln hours.
Captaln Brown say* that. tho reunion
will undoubtedly bo One of the blggeat
thlngs Rlchmond has ever seen. and that
the arrangomentfl are new well-nlgh per
fect. General Gordoii'a headuuarters, ln
tlie Mutual Bulldlng, as well an the olnco
of Quartermaster Brown, ln a vacant
store on Mnln Stroet, present busy scenos,
nnd n largo amount of preljmlnary work
ls- being: accotnplislied,
Stuart Monument
Durlng to-day the cquestrlon statuc-of
General J. E. B. Ktimrt, at thn corner
of Lombardy and Franklin Streets, will
bo holsled upon Its pedestal, The work
Is ln charge of the rcprcscntatlvea of the
castlhg company, who ar,. respohslblc for
tho safe orectlon of tho monument. The
figure ls oompletoly set up. nnd waa uu
der special guard last night to prevent
any vandallsm. On the completlon of
tho work of puttlng the flgaro ln place,
the statuo will bo diaped und will ro
maln covcred untll the dato of unvell
Ing on May 30th. Kxperts who looked nt.
the. flguro yesterday were greatly pleased
wlth both horse arid rlder, doclarlng the
statuo to bo a notnblo work of art.
Two contributlona f? thc Confedernto
Reunion fund came in yesterday, und
each was for $6. Ono wns -thc remem
brance of a modc.st rrlend who dld not
care to dlsclose hls nnme. Tho Other
came with nu attuohod paper sllp, whlch
bore thc words, "F. H. Osbourne, Van
kee." This contribution pleased tho
"joltnny Rebs" lmmensely, und thoy do
not hesitate to say ho. Mr. Osbourne Ib
keeper of tho'Nntionul Cemetery at Seven
1'lnes. His gericroslty ls hlghly appre
elated, and n cordlnl lotter of thanks
will bo writtcn to hlm.
Arrnnge.ncnbi for tho reunioni are> 10
Bresslng and the program tor the entire
flvo-d.fyperlod.win be ready for pub?
llcatlon in tho courso ofawcLkor
two. Tho ehalrmon of nll tho coin
imttoCH now nr- hard at; .work..-unfl
tbelv mails are dally growing hcavler.
NEW YORK,' Aprll ll.?Stanford
Whlte's palntlngs woro sold at auctlon
to-nlght by the American A it Awo
rintlon', nnd roallzod 180,378. ..A' *oyr
well-known namos, such as Ennls, llas
sum and Curran. brouglV hlgher prlcos,
but the other palntlrtgs so'd at low
flgiiros'. '. ? r.
"Cornellle nnd Moliere," one of Go
rome'H gold medal plcturos, which sold
ln tho A. T. Stowart salo years ago
foi $S,100, went to Edniund Holbrook
for ?1,000. This was tho record prico
of tho o'vbnlng's auctlon.
Sonator W. A". Clark purclmaed two
plcturos to add to hls eolloction ' or
ImprossionlstH. ''After the Bath," hy
Gluseppo Boldlril, for $1,060, and "Foto
ln tho Gard'en," by AdoipiVMontleolll,
for ?l,300.
Massachuselts Colored People
Will Have Exhibit.
[Spoclal to Tho Thni'H-lJlspntcli.l
BOSTON, MASS., Aprll 11.?Mrissnchu
sotts colorod peoplo will ho represented
ut the Jamnstowu Hxposltlon ln the
negro depiirtun-nt. In tho exhihits will
lie pulntlngK hy I'.'dwln Bannlstor, who
won llrst prisso nt tho Phllndelphia Kx
posltlon In 1870; Willlam Hoblnsmi and
sovoral other colored artlsts, nnd spoel
inens of books by eolored wrltors, In
cludlng Willlam O. N.-ll, Willlam Wolls
Brown. Wlllliim M. .Brotter, Arehlbald
(irlnike, Lewls llnyileu, QBOl'ge W. Wll
lliuiis und others.
Shc is a Man Officially.
OHICAGO, II,D., Aprll II,-?Mrs. Oatho
rlno W. MeOulloi'h, the rooontly .oloeted
justlco of tlio peuee In lOvaiiHton, took
tho onth of oillee this inornjng bofore
ehlef iloputy county olorK, Georgo A.
Mueler. Ofllclully Mrs. McCulloeh ls n
mnn. .Sho wlli ho roferred to ln all
dncumoniB of stato u? ?ho.'! Hhe wlli
ndmlnlsti'l' his oillee to bost of "hhi"
? ? . ? '??'?
Pine Knot for Roosevelt.
Tho Virginia edltor who haa proposod
that tho Denioorats nomlniito Mr.
Hoosovelt next yocr llvea near Plne
JCnot, whoro Mr. Roosevelt ;:has hls
Vlrglnia country rosldonco. Plno Knol
nnd vii'lnity nro solld, nppnrent.5', foi
thn great American doinocrui,?dpring
iiuld Itepublicun,
Miss Alice Finney.
Mr. Georgo Finney, of Plttsylvnnla
county, a Htudent at tho Massey Busl
noss College, recolved n telogram Wed
neaday nlght from Summorvlllo, S. C,
I'.nnounclng tho death of hls ulstor,
Mlss Alico Finney, ln that town. Miss
Finney romoved from Plttsylvnnla to
South Carolina a fow months ago In
tho hopo of recovorltig hor heulth. She
wr.H a teachor ln the Plttsylvnnla.
schools aml a culturod young woman.
B. E. Eanes.
Mr. B. E. Eanes dlod ln Ilanover
county on Wednesday. Tho funeral
Korvlc.-s will take. placo to-day at II
oclock. at tho gravo in Hollywood
Funeral of Mrs. Martin.
Tho fuvioral of Mrs. A. G. Martin took
Place yosterday mornlng nt 10 o'clock
from the Hnorcd Hcart Cathodral, with
reinilem hlgh liinns.
r.,1.'!'/,' Pall-bcarora woro General A. B
PlllllpB, MoH.srs. JumoK Grav, R. H.
pllllam, John Toler, J. S. Flemlng It.
B. Traylor. Dr. E. o. Flaher, nnd Dr.
Ji. <.. Forattnann.
Charles W. Cecil.
[S|i?(-!al to Thn Tlmce-Dlspatch.]
ROANOKE. VA.. Aprll ll.-JIr
Charles W. Cecil dlod thls mornlng on
1ns farm near the city from pnrnlysU
nged flfty-llvo years.
Mr. Cecil wns at ono time one of
tho best-known rallroad men In the
South. ii,: waa a natlve of Pulaskl
county. Ho bogan hls rallroad caroor
as ajront of the Norfolk and Westorn
at Rodford, was Southern sollcltor for
the Queen and Cr?aeont route, pas?
songor agent of the Soulhern nt Rlch?
mond and Holloltor for tho road at
Birmlnghain, AIa? whero hls hpalth
bocumo so bad that ho canie to Roan
oke and purchased n farm.
Ue la survlved by hls wlfo and two
chlldron, Mrs. A. Stanford and Mr. ?
Wi T. Cecil. of Riohmond.
Mrs. Elizabcth Reynolds.
rSpoclffrto The TIm-is-DlDpatch.l
FltBUKlMCKSHUIK}, VA., Aprll 11,
?Mni. Kllzabeth R<-r.oldB. wldow of
Josoph D. Reynolds, dlod yosterday at
tho homo of hor daughtor, Mrs. J. V.',
Faulkner, ln Orango county, at th*
advanced ngo of oighty-flvo years. She
had boen a niombor or Antloch Baptlst
Church, In Orango county. for soventy
years, Two daugluors survlvo hor.
James E, Phillips.
rSpoclal to Tho Tlme?-Dlnp.*uch.l
PETERSBURG, VA., April 11.?Mr,
.Tnmow K. Phllllpa ,iie,j yesterday after?
noon about 4 o'clock at hls resldenco on
Commorce Street after n long illness.
Mr. Phllllps was nbout forty-flve yeara
old, und ls survlved by IiIk wlfe und two
sons?Jordnn JI. Phllllps and Ashton R.
George Coleman.
FREDERICKSilURG, VA., Aprll 1.1.
Goorgo Coleman, of Orango county,
dlod a few days ngo at hls homo near
St. Just. aged slxty-throo years. Ho
was a Confederate veteran und waa
woll known nnd popular.
R. S. Pendleton.
Mr. H. S. Pondloton, member of Hoi.nl
of Supervlsors of Spotsylvanla counly,
dlod to-day at hls homo aftor a long
illnoss. aged slxty years. Ilo la sur?
vlved Jiy ono aon and ono daughter.
EAVER.?Dled. In Ilanover county,
Aprll 10th. B. B. EAVES.
Burlal TO-DAY (Frlday), the 12th,
nt 11 o'clock, ln Hollywood. Scrvlcos
at the gravo.
Money Affairs
For ten years tho flrst spont art
nvorngo of $1 a wook foolishly, abso
lutoly wkhout return, Tho second
Buved $1 a week at horae, whero lt
could oarn no Interest. The thlrd]
dopositod his $1 rogularly each woolc
ln a bank paylng I! per cont. lntorest.
llero's tho way they stood at tho end]
ot ten years:
No. 1 .Nothlng
No. 2 .$520.00
No. 3 ...$005.23
W.hieh do you lntend to copy?
Tlie dlfCerenco between Nos. 2 and,
3 represonts tho interest thoso Ilttl*
savlngs carnod??85.23. Start an
account with us nt once nnd ondoavor
to get that SG05.23. Wo pay 3 por
cent. lntorost on Bnvlngs accounts,
coinpotinded soini-iinnunlly.
If you llvo out of town yoii can
uasil y hanlfl^ITali. Writo"us.'"**~
Planters National Bank,
Savings Department,
Capital, - - - - $300,000.00
Surplus and I'rof its, $1,000,000,0(1

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