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VICTORY OF GftULT
Tlie Stocplcchasc at New Orlciuis
Won by 25-to-i Shot in
Hard Drivc.
THE FAVORITE COMES THIRD
Captain Jarrct Bcatcil by Both
thc Wiiiner ani! Buckman.'
Other Rcsnits.
NKW OULKANS, LA., Fobruary 17.?
There was 11 surprlse ln to-dny'a atee
plechaso al Clty Park, Oaillt winnlng
ln a hard drivc. Huckman tvaS aecond,
whllo Capti-.ln Jarre-t, favorlte, wa*
third. Weather cioudy; track good.
SutMinarli'K*
ITIrst rnce?threr furlongs?Hiirdaiina
(? to 1) flrst, Herenttde (9 to 10) second,
(Alamnl.'i (20 to ll tlilrd. Tlme, :3ti 4-5.
Second ruc-?iteeplechaae; short
course?('ault (25 to l) flrst, Hitckmiin
(? to I) second, Captnin Jarrct (9 to
D) third. Tlme. 3:07.
Third race?five furlongs; selling?
Cs-ar (? t<, i- first, Bed Mlll (11 to 6)
?.md, Needmoro (7 to 2) third. Tlme,
1:02 1-.-..
fourth raci?mlle aml a slxteenth;
handlcap?Yankee' Gin o to D lirst,
1'i'dro (13 (o 1) seconel, .lohn Carrol
(7 to li) third, Tlme-. 1:40 3-5.
Fifth l-.-i'-.-? slx furlongs; selling?
(i'lld i'ro,,f tn to 10) llrst, Bellwothor
(1C to II second. Merrlck (60 lo 1)
tlilnl. Tlm". 1:11 I-."..
?Jlxth race?ml!6 and a slxteenth?
BT". llario (5 tO 1> flrst, Severus (S to
f.i aecond, Hana (9 to 5) third. Tlme,
i:5o ,i-r,.
Seventh race?mlle and an elghth;
se-iiins?n-'lphle (ir. lo 1) flrst, Loulso
MncFar'lan flo to li aecond, Lailv Vln
elcnt (3 to 1) third. Tlme, 1:57 1-5.
I'rurl iii-ml.
Tho fnmotia hlgh-jumplng mare.
Pearl, ls dead. Sho oxplrcd .innuarv
isth in the atabla of George Peppcr,
of Toronto, Canadn, and was owned
_y E. if. Weatherbce, of New York
Clty. Senator alao dled on February
41h, of pnoumonla.
*
ritlR'CETON WILL DEVELOP EIGHT.
Jlnwtng Commlttee Aitnnniit-cn Thnl It
Wlll Turn Out I'cxir Glnaa Crevfa.
PHILADELPHIA, PA., February 17.?
Prlnceton Unlverslty wlll have a var
alty elght-oared crew ln ison, but not
thls year. For the pi'-sent the Tlger
nlumnl. who have undertake'n the task
of making row'ng nr.i- of the major
sportK at Prlnceton, wlll devote thelr
??ntlre tlnn- t<> turnlng out four class
crews aml holdlng; an intercla's regatta
during the commencement week. Thia
la the ileclslon of tha graduate Aelvls
ory tovlng commlttee, which ia ralslng
Ihe funds for th<- purchase of four
elght-oared etiells, to be presented to
each of the college clnases when row
Iner practlce is slarted 011 Carne-gie
Ijike.
Sporting Letters
Tlie Miortlng edltor tif The Tlinew
DNiini,-ii *rlll gliielly anmver lu Hiphi?
coIuniiiH iiny questlon rescnrdlng
? portlug matter*. Coiiiniiinii-Hilonn
ou sporting niibjei'td wlll 11 Iso be
prlnte-il, nnil roiiniimt* sslll Ih- iiiuiIp.
Aehlrrss Sliut'Ing lldltor, 1 i iiiis-IJls
patrb.
Itlding Schools.
Rldlng academies date from the tlme
or Queen Anne, who established the
flrst.
Solomon hud 40.000 atalls for horBOs
for his cliariots anei 12,000 horse
nien.
1". S. ItepOrl ou i-'nrui A llinialx.
The Crop Iteporting Bourd of the
Bureau of Statlstics of tho Depart
ment of Agrlculture llnds, from the
reports of the correspondents and
agents of the bureau, that the numbers
and values ol' farm anlmals on farms
and ranges In the Unlted .States on
January 1. 19WS, wero as follows:
Horaes?Per cent compared wlth Jan?
uary 1. 1907. 101.2; numbers. 19.992.000;
average prlce per head, $93.41; tolr.l
vnlue, $1,867,530,000.
Horses?Per cent. compared wlth Jan
nary l, 1907, 101.4; numbers. .1.869,000:
average prlce per head, $107.70; total
value. M 10.939.000.
Compared with January 1. 1907, the
following changes are Indlcated: In
numbers, horses have Increaseel 2 15,000;
mules increaseel 52,000.
ln average value per head, horses
decreased 10 cents; mules tlecreased
94.40.
In total value, horses increased $20,
952,000; mules decreased $11,125,000.
NEWS IF Ti 60XERS
Packey McFarland nnd Freddlo "Welsh, of
Kiiffland. wlll ment at Mlhvaukeo February
2 Ist.
Tlifi Brltt-NeUon tt-n-rounel bout, set for
February 25th at Los Angeles, has beon
ponponed to March 3d.
Thero will bo no more.flf-hts at tbe Na?
tlon Clubhouse, .uontreai, Can., uder the
auspices pf the Sportins Club.
"Cyclonc" Johnny Thompson, of Sycamoro.
111., lias been matchod to meet Johnny Mur?
phy in a twonty-flve round bout before Cof
trrAh'n Club. San Frnnclsco, on March 7th.
Bllly Hoacli will referee.
Ilugo Kelly and Bllly Paplce have slsneul
article-s to box at Mlhvaukeo March lGth.
Thc welBht Will bo 1DS pounds rlngside.
They met ut 154 at 3 o'clock In thelr lasi,
bottle. Malaehy Hogan will roforee. nnd the
aliow wlll be held lu tho Itippodrome.
|-.
WILL HAVE TIIE ItACES.
Over Twenty Hutrles, Wlth Same of the
HlglieHt Power Cnrn.
NEW YORK. February 17.?All doubt
about tho holdlng of the Ormond-Dny
ton Beach racos in Florlda during the
Week of March 2d-7th was set ut rest
to-nlght, when. after a meeting of the
contest commlttee of the Automobile
Club of America. Chalrman Rohert Leo
Morrell made tho dellnlte statement
that the races would be held as planned
He said:
"We have received no loss than twen
ty-elght eiitrlea ,for slx events, whlch
lncludo twelvo of tho highest power
cars In tho world, and If records do not
fall next month it wlll bo a surprlse."
The llmo for recolving entrles was
extendeel to February 2flth.
? .-.-_
\ nll Ih Signed.
[Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch. 1
NORFOLK, VA., Fobruary 17.?Pltch
?r Vu.ll. of last year's Truckor team,
has sont ln a signed contraet, and wlll
pltch across tho river tho coming sea?
son, He ia confident of making u
record thls year.
SKI
DULUTH, MINN., February 17,?John
Mungsoth, of Utiluth, to-day Jtimpeel
117 feet at-tho Chester Creek Hlll skl
sllde, establlshlng a new American rec?
ord. Tho provloivs record wns 114 feet,
mado by Olo Mangsoth at Rodwlng a
yoar ago.
The Mnngsotba aro brothors. John
Evanson'a record of ltc foot, mnde here'
last Thursday, was not made in open
competltion, und would not havo atood,
even rf John Mangsoth had not bouton
It to-day. Soven thousand peoplo woro
proscnt. Thu wlnd waa rather strong
from tho northwest, nnd that faet alono
probably prevented tho making of a
record of 120 foot or better. Olo Fior
lng', of Dnluth, who jumpodi 116 feot
to-day, waa tho favorito wlth thu
crowd, Thero woro forty-four altl rld?
ers on tho hlll to-day,
WORLD'S CHAMPION MARE SOLD
i .^Mmaamm^M- ????
jc*y.?v-*..i*?
$???-.
SWEET M\ICIE. 2:02.
Sold by Mr. .Itntrnbtiry l? Mr. Hrndley, of Nevf York. I.imt Behson Sweet Mnrle liroke two world's records over
(lie Allenlown linlf-mlle triiek, cllpplng Un- Niilky record ngnlnnl tlme tn 2it)8, cnlllnc n full ncconrt off thc record ninde
by Cresdcas', nnd nn hour Inter tbe vtunilerful niiirc atcppcd a mlle ufrnliiMt llme lo wtiKon In 2tOK</?, ellpplng four seconds
of? Gie world's mnrk, nino held by CrifsceWs. ? These mlle* cniiNCd Rrent Interesi, nnd Inter Sweet Mnrle met Major
iiilnmr, 11."?'?Vit In u match rnce for .f.i.uuo nt Alleiitown, nnd non ln ntrnlirlit heats, estithllshlng n new world's recOrd
for fl linlf-mlli* irnck, (roitliiK tlie nvcotid bent In 2iOS, W. E. Bradley, new owner of tbe mare, owus Gcornx* (;., 2ili.','/,,
(h? lioldcr of tln* uorld n record nzulnsl tlme over n linlf-mllc (rnck, 2i0tt%, iiiatlc nt Allcn??wii ou thc siinic day thut
Sncet Murle beat Mnjor Delmur.
Tlie Enatern Baaoball League wlli pln>
1 lt tfamea.
l.na Angeles Athletic Club will bulld q
(1,000,004 chibbouae.
There are nearly 100 baaeball playera al?
ready at Hot Springa. /
VlckJtburg eltlxcns will run the basebail
c!ub of thut town.
K.imuel J. King. of Phllalclphln. haa
slgrerl tn mnnage the Baltimore Club of the
Ll lon I.t-agu".
Manager Arniour haa made Fr*d Abbotl
cn; tnln of the Toledo team for ihe season
Ot 10-5*.
Ilcrman Khler haa cllsposed of tbe Stibway
Dowltnc Alloya in Brooklyn to John 1'lcnlng,
ti., well-known wrestier.
James Ten Eycx, Jr.. ann of Syracuse's
v teran rowlng conch anil atroke of bis*.
year's riyraeuse vsrslty eight, haa re-entered
tha unlverslty aml will take hla place1 among
tlie aquail of candldates for thla year's boat.
C'ereal. nlS',;, by Borcal. <lam KglonUno.
b/ Hambrlno. thut was aeeond to Locuat
Jiick. In 3:12Vi< at Bethlchem, last season
[ wl!, be ln Bllly Antlrew'a atable thls year.
Thut ii ? ....- ahe will go down the big clr?
cull
Joe Corbett. the pitcher who hclpcd Ed.
, Hunlon wln a pcnnant ln Baltimore more
t'can ten yeara ago, la golng to get hack
Into basebail again. Corbett Ia expected to
Joi'i th<> Santa Cruz team of ihe now Call?
fornla Stato League.
Leopold McLaglen and Harry Raymond,
thi wrestlsra, agreed to conditions laat nlght
loi a match at Jlu Jltsu. Thls wlli take
place in Preamland pavlllon, f-"an Fiancisfo,
February iCuh, b?*st two ln thr,:e bout?. The
r.ie-n are glants. McLaglen standlng 6 feet 7
ln'-hea ln belght and weig'nlnr 223 pound*.
whlle liaymond ls a feet 3>4 Inches In
h'eJsht und welghs 330 pounds.
The profeaalonal soulllng mnteh for tho
wirld'a champlonshlp between tln* present
hclder, Webb, and Tressider, to take place
o.i tbe Wnuganin Rlver. New Ze-aland. on
February. 20th, la attractlng much attentlon
ln the rowlng world and partlcularly In the
colonles. aa lt will bc the ilrst world's cham?
plonshlp ever rowed In thc prbvlnco. Webb
Im both a mlner and a blackamlth, and j
Tii-aalder, when not engaged In rowing, la
a coal minor.
In apeaklng of the best horaea of laat
season, James R. Keene sald:
"1 really do not caro to Compnre mlna
wlth the utbers. but you know what Colln
I'i'.a, don". Now, na to the three-year-olda
nnd the talk of Frunk Olll and Salvldere, l
belleve I am warranted In saylng that no
inelter where you looked. Peter Pan waa
tbe best S-ycar-old of the scaaon. He wa
such a glgantlc liorse and so heavy that
he requlred a treinendous amount of work
aml raclng to gi-t him Into proper condi?
tion. so l have sent hlm out to Mnjor Daln
gi rlleld, and he wlli 30 to the atud. Bal
loi. by Voter, out of Cerlto, however, will
race next year, and then we will seo more
defmltely what he Is capable of. He la a
really charming horse, and, nltbough bo
luii beaten by Salvldere, I thlnk that after
Peter Pan he waa the best ihree-year-old
we had He had a little trouble ln the
tbioat early In tlio season. and that affected
blm aqmewhat right along. but ut a xnllo
aml a hair I thlnk hc was unhentnble.
"Aa to Peter Pan, althougb the paper8
seem to have declded the qui-atlon, I have
not yet aettled wlth Major Dalngerfield how
1 will dlspose of tho atalllon thla year, but
I thlnk It ls extremcly probnblo that tho
licrse will be put to Pastorella."
AVKESTLE FOU CHAMPIOXSH1P.
IlnckeuNchinlilt Soon to I.envc London
to Meet Guteb iu Chlcniro.
M1LWAUKEM. W1S., February 17.?
Wlttig. who is arranging the cham?
plonshlp wrestllng match between
Hackenschmldt nnd Gotoli, recelved a
cublegram from Hackenschmldt to-day
announclng that he will leave London
for New York early ln March. Mr.
Wlttlg has practlcally perfected ar
rangements for the world's champlon?
shlp match to take placo ln Chlcago.
durlng tho first week In April. Wlttlg
hns arranged handlcap mntches for
Hackensclmitdt to bo held in New York
011 March lGth, ln Philadelphia March
19th and Baltimore March 21st. '
UPPLY MEASURE
PtSSfBYJlSE
Legislative, Executivc and Ju
dicial Appropriation" Bill Car
; rying Total of $32,33<5,573
WASHINGTON, February 17.?The
legislative, uxocutlvo and judlclal ap?
proprlation blll, ono of tho largo suppiy
ineusiireB of thu government, was
passed by the Houso to-day after sev?
eral days' dlscussion, The amount car?
ried by it ls practlcally as reported by
tho eommitteo?132,380,573.
There was a llvely debate ovor the
provlsion glvlng ellscrotton to heads of
departmonts to removo or reduce In
capacttated employes of tho govern?
ment. Tho provlsion went out on a
point of ordor, althougb. a now ono
was adopted declarlng tho approprla?
tion not uvnllablo for tho compensa?
tion of any persons Incapacltated for
performlng the servlce for whlch they
aro employed. In the course of tho
^dobato Mr. iTawney took occaslon to
roiuurk thulf tho orlglnal provlsion OC
tho bill was not dlrectod at "Siipor
annuated clerks or employes, but'only
at those who, rogardless of ago, had
bocomo Incnpacltated, ' ? ?>
Tho chalr rules out as new legis?
latlon nn amendment by Mr. Clinnoy,
of Indlana, provldlng for the payment
of pepaloua of 00 per cent. of tholr
salarles to all persons dlachargcd un?
der tho aub-provlalon nelopted, nntl an
nsaesment of one half of 1 per cent. per
atinurn on the salarles of employes re
talned to constltute a fund out of
which perjona nre to be pald.
Slr. Langly, of Kontucky, offered an
amendment' excmpting from the pro?
visions of- the law "employea who
aorved in the army or navy of the
Unlted Stutea during the War of lie
j bellion, or who as membera of the
| State mllitia organlzatlona aided ln
auppreaalng the rehelllon, and the
wldows of auch persons."
"You better Include the Confederate-!
! that are now servlng In these offlcos."
! suggested Mr. LIvlngston. of Georgla.
"I thlnk these aweo should bo ln
[ cluded," added Mr. Burleson. "soldlers
| of the Mexlcan War and tho War of
1812."
"And the Revolutionary War,"
chlmed ln Mr. Mann.
Tho amendment was lost by tho
chalr's ruling that It was oftere-d too
late.
The reading of the blll was eon
clueled. anel lt was about to pass. when
Mr. Hltclicock, Nebra,ska, moved to
i have "it recommltted, wlth Instruc
tlons io report lt back wlth an ainend
I ment requlrlng the Secretary of the
I Department of Commerce and Labor *.o
! cause to be Included in the reports of
special agents investlgating trade con
1 dltlons abroad "information showing
the prices at which Amerlcan-made
I goods are sold abroad to merchants
anel at retail."
A polnt of order was ralsed by Mr.
Tawney, whlch was sustalned, where
upon Mr. Hltclicock appealed from tho
declsion. Mr. Tawney moved to lay
the appeal on the table. The motlon
prevalled. 119 to 10S, and the blll-was
passed.
President's Mpssngc.
Followlng the passage of the legls
latlve approprlatlon blll, consideration
of the resolutlon to refer tho Preal
dent's annual message to Congress to
the respectlvo commlttees waa re
suined. General debate was declared
closed.
Mr. Hughea, New Jersey. offered an
amendment to refer ao much of tho
message: aa relnted to new leglslation
"to the blg llve of the House."
"Polnt of order," shouted Mr. Payne,
amld general laughter.
"Upon what grounda?" lnqulrcd Mr.
Wllllams, tho mlnorlty leador, "be?
cause It Is new leglslation'.'"
"Because," replled Mr. Payne, laugh
ingly, "thero la no auch commlttee in
the Houso except aa lt exlsts ln the
t'xuberant splrlt of my frlends from
Missouri," referrlng to Hon. Champ
Clark'a rharactcrizatloh of the Repub?
llcan members of the House.
The chalr sustaincd tho polnt of or?
der. The resolutlon was passed after
Mr. Payne had agreed to report at an
early date another one slmliarly re?
ferrlng tlrte President's recent speclal
message to Congress.
PETITION IS DENIED
Interstate ComnilMHion Turns Down Itc
Uuont of Ga. Southern & Florlda.
WASHINGTON. February 17.?A
petltlon recently waa filed by the
Georgla Southern and Florlda Rull
way Company wlth the Interstate
Commerce Commlssion requesting that
the time of puttlng into effect Ihe so
called nlne hour law-beJ extended from
March -1 next to such tlme na the
cc-mmlssion might determlne, so far as
the petltloner was concerned. The com
plalnt alleged that the Southern anel
Florlda Company hael a largo number
of statlons along its llno at whlch
telegraph operators wero employed.
but that thelr duties wero combincd
wlth those of a statlon agent or
frelght agent, anel that all of thelr tlme
was not consumed In sendlng or re
celvlng train orders. It was main?
tained by the company that the com
blno aervlco rendered by tho opera
A QUEEN OF THE TURF
LOT TA.
On the atnge for thc flrst half of lier life; pelieil, Hilored, ovutlona nnd
iiduliitloii -thowcrod upon her) the ilnrllng. of tlie gotlN eif MO. In tlie Mccontl,
tlie rlolicat woiiiiiii ou tlie ntaget raalng trottlug horaes) optliiilstlc, sure of vlc?
tory; the jOwner of the wlnner.of iho Trnnaylvanlii StnUe. Thls la MInn Lot
tle Crnblree'a life epltomlzed. Lotta now hns u atable of twenty ruuerN, nntl
ench one ot tho celebrntcil bcvy knows the mlslross and iiuxalcs n ullky uoho
Into her iiiind when ahe makea her mornlug rounilN. There nre, healilca Som>
niii Glrl, Stella Oi-kes, Uonn Wllkes, My Stnr, tlie fiislcHl greou uiicer of Hun
your) Ilall Dlrect, couccdctl to.be the beat bred stallion In the world) Jouuy
nnd Mary Scott, Emnin Tr)., Lord Autogruph, Nat lloy und Genlry Stur.
February I8th in the Annals of Sport.
1882?Benny Yunger ("Tipton Slaslier"), pugillst. born In Now York Clty.
1890-r-At San Franclsco: Jack Dempsey defeated Bllly McCJarthy, of Aua
1 tralla, ln twenty-elglit rounds.
.1802?Davld Duuham Wlthors, opo ot Amerlca's most noted turfmen, dled
nt Now York. i
1890?At Philadelphla; Terry McOovern won from. Fred Snyder ln slx
rounds,
1901?At Memphls: "Young Peter Jaokson" and Boliby Doubs fought twenty*
rounds to a draw. ?
1904?At Monto Cnrlo: Maroczy won the Internutlonal ohesa tournamoiit.
fors could be pe>rformod witli compnrn
tlvo eiiHO, and It was tho deslro of tho
potltlotior thnt theso mnn should ho
employed for twelve hours In the per
fortnaiico of their dutles.
Tbo Interstate Commerco Com?
mlssion to-day, In an oplnlon rendered
I by Clialrman Knapp, donlod the re*
epiost of tho potltloner for an cxten
Hlon, I tho courso of tliis optlon
Chalrman, Knapp sald:
"Tlicro Is no allegutlon that tlio
company Is unable to obtaln an ael
i dltlonal forco of telegrnphcrs, or thnt
j lt Iiiib made any effort to elo sp.
; Nelther Is thero any allegntlon that
I tho company hns Insufflelent funds to
I pny such an lucrensed forco ns mny
I bc tieeossary to keep thoso offlces open
as at prosont nnel comply wlth" tho
! llmltatlon of hours of labor Imposed
j by tho act tn question. Tho entlre p<:ti
tlon, ln KtibBtanco nnel offoct, ls mere?
ly nn argument to show that addltlonal
tolegraphers aro not noodeel at any
of thoBO statlons. nnd thercforo the
company ought not to bo requlred to
employ them." ,
VAMJATION OP IlAILItOADS,
InterHlnle CnninilsNlon i'repnrlng I,et
(er lleiirlnw on (be l.nVolleUo Blll.
WASHINGTON. L>. C February li.?
In rcsponsn to a request of tho Sen?
ate committee on interstate Cortimercd,
! tho Interstate .Commerco CommlBsirm
i Is preparing a letter settlng forth Its
oplnlon of legislatlon provldlng lor a
physlcal valtiatfon eif rallroads. Ihls
I leglslation was proposoel by. Senator La
l Folletto, of Wlsconsln. It ls tho elo
sln* of tho Senate committee to ascor
lluin whether tho Interstate Commerco
Commlssion belIoves the meoBiiro ought
to ho onacted Into law.
The commlsslon's letter wlU constl
i tute a pretty thorough conslderntion of
i Ihe subject of the valuntlon of the fall
; roads, not onlj*- from a theoretlpal
vlewpolnt, but from tho polnt of vlew
, of practical railroad mon and loglsla.
: tors. It will conshlcr the timo neces
. sary to make a valuntlon, anel partlc
'? ularly the cost to tho governmont of
i maklng lt. It la plaln, ot courso. thnt
1 the ennctment of such leglslutlon will
; hnvo nn Important bearing upon the
I work of tlie commission In the consld
; oratlon' of complalnts of the unrenson
i nhloness and Injustice of rates charged
1 hy rallroads to shlppers. It ls assumcd
| that tlie valuntlon. If made In occord
< nncc with the LaFollette blll. will bc
i of thc physlcal propertles of rallwnys,
and not merely of their commercial
values.
WOTHERSPOON IS CONFIRMEC
Senate Af(er I-'ltv Hours' Dcbulc Volcs
for Hlm An ilrinmller-Gcnrrnl.
WASHINGTON, February 17.?Thc
Senate, after nearly flvo hours' debate
on tho nomlnation of Lleutennnt-Col
onel XV. XV. Wotherspoon to be brlg
p.dlor-general, to-day voted to conflrm.
There woro only seven votes ln oppo?
sltlon.
The contest was led by Senator Bulk
eley, Who spoke agalnst tho practico
of promotlng oilicers except by senlor
Ity, unless an offlcer hud had such ser.
vlce as would cause* tho wholo country
to demand It. He was particularly bit?
ter agalnst what he called tho promo
tlon of officers for somo ono act ol
he'rolsm when they hael not boen es?
peclally tralned for nn advanced grade.
ln the case of Lloutenant-Colonei
Wotherspoon. however. thero was not
a word dlrecteel agalnst hls record,
which was conceded to bo such as en?
tltled hlm to special recognitlon. Sen?
ators Brlggs -nd Dupont also spoko
?'brlefly In opposltlon to confirmntion.
while Senators Warren and Foster
spoke at lenprth for favorable actlon on
the nomlnation.
UANIEI, nRPOHTS ItESOI.l'TlOX
POR 7.ACHARY TAYLOR Bt'ST
WASHINGTON, D. C. February' 17?
Senator Danlel reported to-day from
the Senate Committee on tho Llbrary
nnd tbe Senate adopted a resolution
npproprlatlng J2.000 for tho purchase
of a bust of Zachary Taylor, executed
whlle ho was Presldont. The bust ls
owned by Mrs. Lola Wood, wldow of
the grandson of the former .Presldent.
Amend Mall .Subsldy Blll.
WASHINGTON, D. C. February 17.?
An amendment to the n II subsldy blll
wus lntroduced In the Senato to-day
by Mr. Lodge, whlch authbrlzes the
Postmaster-General to contract for
oarrvlng ocean mull ln vessels of the
thlrd-olass and puy a subsldy of J2
per outward mlle on voyages of 4.000
mlles or moro. The blll as reported to
the Senato nllows subsldlnrles to ves?
sels of the flrst and sccond-class.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN 3 A M i: i P M.
ADMISSION C5c. .
SATUR. AY FREE.
CURES COLDS
and GRIPP {JJ-fiSS
Eelicves the aches and feverishneas.
Contalns No Acatanllld?i
A Big Bargain
MANCFACTURINCr SITE, FRONTTNG
ON TWO STREETS, WITH RAIL?
ROAD ON ONE STREET AND VERY
CONVBNIENT FOU SHIPPING BY
RIVER;
Thc lmprovements woro slightly dam?
aged by firo a short timo ago, and can
be restored at small cost. .Tho present
ownor dcslros to dlsposo of tho prop.
erty, rathor than robulld. if purchaser
wlshes to reconstruct, there. ls a large
quantlty of excellent bulldlng materlal,
which could be used to groat advan
"?I'lilO PHOPERTY CAN P.E PUR
CHASED CHEAP; VERY CHEAP. Soo?
ploase don't 'phono?
H. A. MeCUrtDY.
Mutual Building.
Price $5,300; Renf$576
THREE FRAME HOUSES, six rooms
each, ln Hiilciitlld condltlon and best
colored renting sectlou. A lino lu
vostment; worth Investlgntlng at once.
11ARRISON & GRANT.
7 N. Eleventh Stroet.
Grace-Street Lots
Two of them 'JSxttiO eoch, for sale
at a bargaln. The very placo for homo
or Ihits; south slde, near Moutlow St.
HARRISON & GRANT.
7 N. Eleventh Streot,
&eal (EStnte.
r^RMS~WANTED
I Partles nwning Parini throiiffhout Vlr
elnla dimlriuK to dlspoue of buiiio Hhould
Hut oxchmlvely wllh
KENNKUV-WALKER LAND &
DRVHLOPMBNT COMPANY, ln:..
K.'iii Estate, Loaii.i. liiHiiraneii,
iMuln Oflice, - - - TlnklliiK, Vlrginla.
Given Away FREE of Charge!
For a Short Time Only?One Quart of Any of the
Leading Brands Advertised Below.
To thc purchaser of one bottle (full quart) of our special
brand of Pure Rye Whiskey, called
QUAL-A-FINE
This whiskey is sold on its merifs, and wc want thc cus
tomcrs as judges. ?
Price Per Bottle $1.65.
ALSO SOLD BY TIIB GALLON.
SOLI3 OWNDR OP TIIB AHOVE llll AM),
Gibson's, Canndian Club, Black Label, Royal Canadian,
Hcrmitage, Uppcr Ten, Ovcrholt, Trimble, Large,
Guckenhcimcr, Sani Thompson, Maryland, Old Crow,
Green River, Gihson's Record, Old Quakcr, Bttmgardnerj
Hunter, Dillingcr, Tom Moore, Paul Jones, Old Taylor, High
spire, Schcnley, Wilson, Pepper, Sherwood, Monogram, Old
t\. Kcller's, Mellwood, Critcrion, Nelson's.
The Oldest and Most Keliable Mail Order House io the South.
Frank Miller, ____,
RICHMOND, VA.
Suction &aletf, GCTjia 29a?.
PHONE 1906
BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE
OF A
LARGB AND VALUABLE STOCK OF
OROCBRIBS, OFFICE FIXTURES,
IRON SAFE. ETC.
TO THE TRADE.
S5.000 TO $8,000 STOCK. REPRESENT
ING 1.500 TO 2.000 CASES OF A
GENERAL LINE OF GROC
ERIES, ETC.
By vlrtuo of a tlecrce entered In the
Distrlct Court of tlie Unlteel States foi
the Eastern Dlatrlct of Virginia. ln thc
matter of Joseph W. Blanton. bank
rupti we wlll sell to tho trade, at pub?
llc auction. at 1410 East Cary Street,
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1908.
commenclhK at 10:30 A.'M.. about 2.000
cases of eleslrable Grocerlea, etc, ali
In orlglnar cases. estlmated value from
$5,000 to $8,000, oonslatlng I" Part ol
300 barrels Cut Herrlngs. very large;
stock of Extracta. Wushlng Soelii. Green
and Black Teas. Vfnogar. Mackerel.
Chewlng nnd Smoklng Tobacco (all
brnnda). Clgara and Cluiroots. Clprar
??ttea (the nbove In extra large lots).
Mustard, Tomatoes. Corn. Preaerves, in
buckets and .1ara; Wheat. EKsr-O-See,
Chow-C'now. Axle Grease. Salt. large
lot Toilet ar.el Laundry Soap. Baking
Powder. Sardlnes. Starch. Sauce. Ptcklc.
Lye Pepper. Oats. Soaplne, Cataup,
Pollsh. Allsplcc. Blacking. Enamoltne.
rodflsh. Cloves. Nutmegs. Cheese. Chew?
lng Guth, flnc atock of Candlea, Gela
tlne, etc. Iti faet, overythliiB ln thc
grocory Une. -
Large stoclc Paper Bags, all slzes
Twlne and Wrapplng Paper. Buttet
Trays, Brooms. large Grocer s Refrlg
Wnodenware, such as Buckets. Tuba
Washboards; etc. . ^^^_
Otllco Flxtures?Largo Double Doot
Combination Lock Iron Safe. Standing
anel Roller Top Dcaks. Stools, Chairs
Tabies." otc.
The johblng and retail trade are re
oueateel to attend sale, as quality and
nuantlty wlll Justlfy your attention.
thls atock emhrncin-r everything car?
ried bv a llrat-claaa wholesalo grocer.
Salo wlll begln wlth( o^J'fcHER63'
J.'iW.' CRAIG.
Receivera.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
Auctioneers.
^Bankrupt ^otl?^___^
ln^t!h?^[stric^c^'rt of the
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST
ERN DISTRICT OF V1RG1MA:
Tn the matter of "v No. 694
RICHARD II. CURTIS. - In
Bankrupt r ???&rugjFy.
ORDER 01" NOTICE FOR D1SCHARGE.
On tlils 11th day of February, A.
D l'JOS. ou readlngr the petltlon for
(Ilacharge of thc bankrupt, it la order?
ed by the court. thut a honr
ln" bo hael upon tho same
o/the - 23TH DAY POF FEBRUARY.
\. D. 190S, before sald court, at Rich?
mond, in said illstrlot. at 12 o cloe:k
noon: and that notlce thereof be pub?
llshed in The Times-Dlspatch, a news?
paper printed In sald dlatrlct. and that
all known creclltors and other persons
ln intereat may appear at the sald
tlme and place, and show cause, If any
thoy have, why the prayer of tho said
petltlonor should not be granted.
And It la further orelered by the
court, that tho clerk shall send by
mall to all known creduora copies of
sald petltlon and thia order, aeldreaseel
to them aa thelr placea of residence as
stated. .'-'.''?, j -r.. ,
Wltness the Honorable Edmund \\ ad
(1111, Jr., Judgo ot the sald court, and
the seal thereof. at Rlchmond. ln sald
dlstrlcf on the 11th day of February,
A. D. 1003.
Attest*.
(Seal.) JOSEPH P. BRADY
s Clerk.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
ln tho matter of ) No. 763"
C. T. LONG HEAD & SONS, > In -
Bankrupt. ) Blinkruptcy
-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the Credltors of C. T. LONGHEAD
& SONS, of Rlchmond, In the Coun?
ty of Henrleo, and Distrlct Aforesaid
?Bankrupt:
Notlce is hereby glvon that on the
13th day of February, A. D. 190S, the
sald C. T. LONGHEAD & SONS were
diily adjmllcatetl bankrupt, uud that
the flrst meeting* ot thelr credltors wlll
bo held ln my offlce, Rooms Noh.
802 and S0:i, Amorlcan National Bank
TtiilltllnK". Rlchmond. Va., on the 2UTI-I
DAV OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1908, at 10
o'clock ln the foronoon, nt whlch time
the sald credltors may attend, prove
tholr clalms, appolnt a trusteo, examlne
tho bankrupt, and. transaet such othor
buslness us may properly come bo?
fore sald moetlnir.
THOMAS B. SNEAD.
Referee tn Bankruptcy.
Fobruary 17, 1908.
NOTICE OF FIRST ME ET IN G OF
CREDITORS.
In the matter of ) No. 701
-SAMUEL E. DUGGINS, V ln
Bankrupt. ) Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the Credltors of SAMUEL E. DUG?
GINS, of Rlchmond. ip tlio County
of Henrleo, aiul Distrlct Aforesaid?
Bankrupt:
Notlco ls heroby givon thut on tlie
16tll dav of Fobruary, A. D, 1908, tho
said SAMUEL E. DUGGINS was eluly
adjudlciituil bankrupt. and that tho first
meeting of hla croelltors wlll be held
ln my office, Rooms Nos. 802 aud S03,
American National Bank Butldtng,
Rlchniond, Va., on tho 28TII DAY OF
FEBRUARV, A. D. 190S, at 10 o'olook
ln tho foronoon, ut whlch tlme tlie
sald credltors may attend, prove tholr
clalms appolnt a trusteo, examlne the>
bankrupt, aud transuct such other busl?
ness aa may properly como beforo euld
meoting.
THOMAS B. SNEAD,
Rofereo ln Bankruptcy,
L Fobruary 17, 1308,
Panferupt Jfrtt'ces.
iN^nns'^msTliKJT^
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAbT
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
ln the matter of *, No. 710
J. It. GOAD & SON, y In
Bankrupt. J Bankruptcy.
ORDEK OF NOTICE FORDISCHARGB.
On thls 12th day of February. A.
D. 1908, on readlng tho petitlon for
ellaeharge of thc bankrupt.it Is order?
ed by tho court, that a hoar
lng bo had upon the s&ato
on tho 29TH DAY OF FBBRUAJlf,
A. D. 11)08, beforo said court, at RIch?
mond, ln saiel dlstrlct, at 12 O'clock
noon; and that notlco thereof be pub?
lished ln Tho Tlmes-Dlspatcli, a news
papor prlnted in sald dlstrlct, and that
all known credltors and other persons
ln interest mny appear at tho saler,
tlme and place, and show cause, lf any
thoy have, why the prayor of tho sald
pctitlonor should.not bo granted.
And It ls further ordered by tho
court, that tho clerk shall send by
mall to all known credltors coplea of
eald petitlon und'thls ordor, addressed
to them a,t their placos of resldence as
stated.
Wltness tho Honornble Edmund Wad
dlll, Jr., Judgo of tho saiel court, anel
the soal thereof, at Richmond. in said
dlstrlct. on the 12th day of February,
A. D. 1308.
Attest:
(Soal.) JOSEPH P. BRADY,
Clerk.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
ln tho matter of ) No. 733
CHARLES E. BOLTON, ln
Bankrupt. j Bankruptcy.
ORDER OF NOTICE FORDI8CHAHOE.
On thls 11th day of February, A*
D. 1908. on readlng the petitlon for
dlscharge of thc bankrupt, it is order?
ed, by tho court. that a hear
. ing bc had upon the same
on the 29TH DAY OF FEBRUaRV.
A. D. 1908, beforo sald court, at RIch?
mond, In sald dlstrlct, at 12 o'clock
noon; and that notice thoroof be pub?
lished ln The Tlmos-Dlspatch, a news?
paper prlnted In sald distrlct. and that
all known credltors and other persons
ln IntereBt muy appear at the sald
tlme and place, and show cause. lf any
they huve, why thc prayer 6f tho sald
pctitlonor should not bo granted.
And lt ls further ordered by tho
court, that tho clerk shall send by
mull to all known credltors coplos of
sald petitlon and thls order,-addressed
to them at their places of resldence as>
stated.
I Wltness tho Honorablo Edmund Wad
dlll, Jr., Judge of the sald court, and
tho seal thereof. nt RIchmond. ln saiel
dlstrlct.'on tho 11th day of February,
IA. D. 1903.
Attest:
(Seal.) JOSEPH P. BRADY,
Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAfaT
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
No. 711
GRAHAM MCDONALD, '- . in
Bankrupt. ) Bankruptcy.
ORDER OF NOTICE FORDISCHARGB.
On thls llth duy of February, A.
D. 1908. on readlng the petitlon for
dlscharge of tho- bankrupt, lt ls order?
ed by tho court, that a hear?
lng bo had upon the same
on tho 29TI-I DAY OF FEBRUARY.
A. D. 1908, before sald court, at Rich?
mond, ln sald dlstrict, at 12 o'clock
noon; and that notice thereof bo pub
llshod In Tho Tlmes-Dispatch, a news?
paper prlntod ln sald dlstrlct. and that
all known credltors and other persons
ln Interest may appear at tho sald
tlme and place, and show cause, lf any
they huve, why the prayer of the sald
petitloner should not be granted.
And lt ls further ordered by the
court, thnt thc clerk shall send by
mall to all known credltors coples of
sald petitlon and thls order, addressed
to them at their places of resldence, as
stated.
Witnoss the Honorable Edmund Wad
dlll, Jr? Judge of tho sald court, and
the seal thereof, at Richmond. ln sald
dlstrlct, on the llth day of February,
A. D. 1908.
Attest:
(Seal.) JOSEPH P. BRADY,
Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In the matter of ?) No. 697
ALBERT C. CARTER, '- In
Bankrupt. * I Binkruptcv.
ORDER OF NOTICE FOR LioCHARGB.
On thls llth duy of Fobruary, A.
D. 1908, on readlng tho petitlon for
dlscharge uf the bankrupt, lt ls order?
ed by tlio court, tlmt u heur
ing be hael upon the samo
on the 29TH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
A. D. 1908, beforo said court, at Rich?
mond, In sald dlstrlct, at 12 o'clock
noon: and that notice thoroof be pub?
lished In Tlio TImos-Dlspntch, a news?
paper prlnted lu sald dlstrlct. and that
all known credltors nnd other persons
ln Interest muy appear at the sald
tlme untt place, and show causo, lf any
I thoy havo, why the prayer of iho sald
petitloner should not be granted.
And It la further ordored by tho
court, that the clork shall senel by
mall to all known credltors coples of
snld petitlon and thls order, addressed
to thoiu at tholr places of resldence as
statea.
Wltness the Honorablo Edmund Wad
ellll, Jr? Judge of tho said court, and
tho scnl thereof, nt RIchmond. ln sald
dlstrlct, on tho llth duy of February,
A. D. 1908.
Attest:
(Soal.) JOSEPH P. BRADY.
Clerk.
^WANTED
TO SUPPLY DEMAND.
Brlck Dwolllngs. well located In
central aml western sectlon of city,
from $2,000 to 15.000 each, Owner.i
wlll please notlfy us lf they havft sucli
for salo.
HARIUSON & GRANT.
Jtieal Bstuto utul Loans.
^ '. .', 3 N. BlevcutU atrcet.

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