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Tmportant Addition to This Ne? gro Industrial Institution, Near Petersburg. MEMORIAL TO NOBLE SONS Fagoda Stand Erected at Bland ford in Memory of Peters? burg Soldicrs. Tlm<!?-Dlnpatch Bureau, 109 North Hycnmoro Ktroot, .'Oteraburm Va., July 9. Important Improvemontfl nre belng mnde at the colored Stato Normal and Industrlal Institute near tbls city. Among these Is the erectlon of a brlck liuliding 100x60 feet, to be known as tho agricultural nnd Industrlal build? ing, and to cost about 111,000. It will bo completed and equlppcd by the lst of November. Tho cellar of thls build? ing, whlch will have a granollthlc rioor, will be used for a dalry, cheese (ind butter department, where the stu? dents, under a practical and expe? rlenced Instructor, will be taught tho irt of linndling milk and maklng tliceoe nnd butter. The floor above tvl| Ue used for Instructlon in cur penterlng, blacksmltlilng, chalr canlng nnd btisket mnklng. On tlie top story will bo thlrty-slx clormltory rooms for Ihe senlors ln the female department. Tho Institute has a farm of slxteen ncres under cultlvatlon, but tho board "f visitors conteinplato purchaslng ad? dltionai farmins lands in the viclnlty. lnstructlons In the Institute. whlch formerly embraced a hlgher educatlon, hns _ gradually been brought down to n practical Industrlal system, and in thls llne has accompllshed a great deal of good. Interentliig Dcdlcnlory Ceremony. The Ladles' Memorial Assoclatlon of this clty has hnd erected on "Memorial ._il!I." In Blandford Cemetery, a hapd Home and costly iron pnyoda stand us ;i permanent memorial of the soldlers of Petersburg who fell ln th* war of 1861-186!.'. Thls stand will be ded.cated wlth ImprcBslve ceremotilos on the "Otli of July, tho anniversary of the bnttlo of the Crater, ln whlch the Pe? tersburg troops took actlve anrl prom Ifl< nt part. Through the president of tlie as-ioclntlon, Mrs. Louls L. Marks, an Invitatlon was sent to Colonel W. Gordon McCabb, of Richmond, to de llver tbe dcdlcatory address. A letter has been recelved from Colonel Mc Cnbe; in whlch, among other things. he say.v: "It would give me the most un iiffccted pleasuro to ocrfonn thls ser? vlce for thc women of thn Ladles* Me? morial Assoclatlon, from whom I hav[e recelved so many tokens of K^noroui partlallty, nnd a mnjority of whom nro old and vnlued personal frlandS; but I am salling for Europe on Wed ncsday, tlie 15th instnnt. to be gone severai months. nnd am. therefore, un ?ijilo lo aocept the most flatterlng In? vitatlon. No city in anclent or modern tlmes ever sent forth tc battle more BUperbly gallant troops than did thiB heroic *Vtrglnla town (Petersburg). and none were over worthl.r of com nicnioratlon for nll time by the women of tlu- South." Much regret is expressed at Colonel McCabe'K inabllity to dellver the ad? dress. Sudden Death of n Yoimjr Mnn. Mr. Don Blshop. only son of Mr. and Mrs. Carter It. Blshop. dled ciulte sud? denly of heart disease last nlght at thc horne <>t hls nar'ehts, on Marshall StreAt, apred twenty years. Hls health had been dellcate for :-ome tlme on hec iunt of henn trouble. but he was able lo bc out and about until the futal attack. Tlie young miin was ge nial and kind-hearted arid a favorite wlth all who knew him. Mr. Charles E. DavK a respected eitizen and merchant, dled last eve? ning nt hls residence, corner of Hali? fax, and Harding Streets. He was es teemed ln thc community for hls lnteg? rlty and ttprlghtness of character. He ls survlved by hls wife nnd two chll? dren?onc son, Ernest S., and one linughter, Miss Alma B. Davls. Ilrlef NeiT*. Iteiui. Lieutenant R. S. Chandler, formerly of the iiollce corps of thls clty, but for some time past employed ln tho secret detectlvc servlce of the Atlantlc Coast Line Railroad, has been promoted to the position of special agent of the road for the RIchmond dlstrlct, whlch Includes thc terrltory between RIch? mond and Rocky Mount, N. C. The ?iintaiii iNew /\ampshire Tennis, Golf, Riding, Mountain Glimbing? ?very sport found anywhere m an environment found nowhere ilse. That's the heajth-giving, beautiful White Mountains, with mch famous hotels as | Crawford House Maplewood Hotel The New Profile House Ent. Crawford Notch. N. H. l!._hlch.m. N. IL I VtinoonU Notco. N. U. i-ll. 850, Capaclty 400. Capaclty 600. Tbe Mount Washingtou Fabyan House The Sinclair Bretton Wood?. N. II. Fubyau, N. 11. B-thlrticm. N. H. Capaclty 600. Capaclty 400. Capacity 350. Twin Mountain House Mount Pleasant Houso Twln Mountalu. N. IL Bretton Wooda. N. U. Capaclty 2.0. Capaclly 275. The Waumbek and Cottages , J__t_raon. N. II. Capaclty (00. Within Twelve Hours of New York City .ralna depart from Grand Central Station, New Yoric, 8.40 A. M. and o?co P. M. dally, ex? cept Sunday. Through Parlor, Slcep ing and Dlnlng Car Service, A c___fortafcle *_.ur tor d? partire aad a caatlort abl* kour far arr rr__. THE TRUTH ABOUT K1DNEY TROUBLE ./...IIUM12N ANU CASTS.) Peoplo havo boen led tb belleve that tlio BtrlngH and fleoka In urlnary scdl ment means dlfllntegratlng kldney tl? Htie (otherwlHo known aa cnstsj, ancl havo beon frlghtened into the bcllof that thla tnoant death, As a matter of fact castu can jjot he seon wlth tho nakcd oyo, only through a hlgh-powcr mH-roscope; and even whon found they are no longer evidence of nbsolutely Incurablc cases. In thoso cases In whlch tho dogoner atlon has not procrjoded so far but what If healod tho kldney can stlll per form Its functlons tho albumcn and cnsts respond as definitely to tho re? ductlon of tho Intlammotlon by Fulton ? Henal Compound as thn other symp toms, and the mlcroscope will show tho casts to be less in number .week by week until the inflammatlon and al bumon havo cotnplotoiy aubsided. If asked what percontage of kldney rasos that show casts havo enough of the kidneys left for tfio patlent to ro cover, we would say that the pcrcent ago of cases beyond recovery Ia small. Onn of the reasons for .thls bellpl Is that thore aro very few records In the Text Books of cases ln whlch thc autopsles dlsclosed the nearly com? plete dlsperslori of the kldney. Such aro rare. Then agaln. Kulton s Renal Compound gets such a hlgh percentage of recoverles ln cases that show casts and albumen that thls also sustalns tUc above conclusion. _ Tho hlgh ciTIciency of 87 per cent. herotofore established by thls Com? pound was ln a line of cases all ot whlch, so far as we knew, wore con? sidered chronic and incurable. Llterature malled free JOHN J. FULTON CO.. Oakland, Cal. *Owens & Mlnor Drug Co. are our sole local agents. Ask for Bl-Monthly Bul letln of lato recovcrles. _^^ appolntment, whlch l? an excellent one, goes Into effect July inth. Mr. Chand. ler possesses large and succossful ex? perlence In detcctlve servlce. Miss Mary Bland Tueker and Mr. Ernest Heath, both of thls clty, went out to Henderson. N. C, yesterday and wero married. The aftalr la sald tc have been an clopement. Tho bride is quite young and attractlve. A dwelllng houso on Main Street, ln Waverly, belonging to Mr. Jeff. Ham Un, of Sussex county, was destroyed by flre nlght before last. The origln oi the flre is unknown. The property was fully lnsured by J. E. Moyler & Co., Insurance agents, of thls cltyi Mr. and Mrs. W. AV. Taylor, of Lowei Brandon, were ln thc clty yesterday. The Petersburg Grays oxpoct to go into encampment agaln on Saturday and Sunday, near the city. The Grayt have found these weekly encampments very enjoyable. Mrs. Henrletta Wolffe. residlng or West Washlngton Street, has kept ycrap-books contalnlng notlces of hap penlngs and events ln Petersburg dur? lng the lnst half century o.* more Every marriage and every death that has occurred durlng thls long perloc In the city ls recorded. The book if really a valuable local hlstory. At a meeting iast nlght of the boarc* of stewards of Hlgh Street M. E Church Mr. Isham R. Dyer was elected superintendent of tbe Sunday school to succeed W. M Wlnfree, reslgned and Charles Tueker was elected assist? ant superintendent. Mr. Charles Hall Davis, the presl? dent, and Mr. E. L. Quarles, the see r'.tary, of the Chamber of Commerce went down to Newport News thls af? ternoon, where they will address thc commercial associations and busines; men of that clty at a banquet to bc glven to-tnurrow. -' DIES AT ROAXOKE HOTEL. - TrnvellnK Mnn Seizcd Wltli Heuior rlinee and Soon ExplrcM. ISpr-eial to Thy Trmcs-Dispatch.J KOANOKE, VA.. July 9.?Mr. XV. IX Egerton, a travellng man from Wheel Ing, W. Va., reprcscnting a New Yorl rubber house. died In the hall of th( Ponce de Leon Hotel early this morn Ing. He arrlved here yesterday after noon; and did not complaln of bein_ 111. He wroto letters In hls room untl i 12 o'cloc*!. and prepared for a bath. Hi | was selzc-d wlth a hemorrhage In tlu | hathroom and called up the oflfice t( i get a doctor quick. When the physl clan arrlved he was lylng on the floo: I of the hall In a puddlo of blood. Thi ' coroner's jury whlch was summoned |ciccided that death was eaused by i ! pultnonary hemorrhage. Hls body wa: I taken chargp of hy the Elks and wil ! be sent to Wheeling. j I.cmeiu?Stroud. r^Pfclal to The Tlmcs-Dlapatch.. ! NORFOLK, VA., July 9.?Miss Efflc |May Strcud and Mr. "Wllllam Robcn : Lemon, botli of thls, clty. were quletly [marrled last nlght at the parsonage oi the Cumberland Street Methodlst ? Church. the pastor, Rev. Dr. Starr of iflciatlng. Only Intimate friends were ?witnesses. HI PUT OFF ..USE Officialg Reticent as to Time and Place, and It Is Thought Demon? stration Is Feared. rspcclal to Tho Tlmcs-Dlnpatch.l SUFFOLK, VA., July 9.?Tho pre? liminary hearing of Captaln Jamea Waverly Jarratt, princlpal, and Thomas L. Smith, aggedcr accessory to tho killing of Pollceman Oeorge T. Smith laat-^Saturday, was set for 10 o'clock to-day, but lt did not occur, tho ab aortce of wltnossca belng given as the reason for a contjnuance. The authorlties aro reticent as to tho tlmo and placo of tho examlnatlon. They aro fearful of a posslble demon? stration from tho publlc in caso a large crowd Is present, and are using precautionary measurcs. It ia belleved that the hearing, when It ls called. will not be held publlcly ln the Pollce Cour troom, but probably at the county Jail or county courthouse, ln tho samo lot. Nelther the Mayor, pollce chlef nor Commonwealth's Attorney could tell the exact time' and placo of the hear? ing, when seen to-day, Captaln Jarratt has not yet secured counsel, and tho court llkely wln as sign hlm an attorney. R. W. Wlthers will reprcsent Smith. MADSTONE USED ON BOY Lnd Bltten by Dog Supposed to Have Been .llnil. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] SMITH'S X ROADS, VA.. July ?.? Tho eldest son of Mr. Lltt Pearson, who llves wlth hls parents near here, was bltten yesterday by a dog sup? posed to have been mado. The boy caught tho dog with tho intention of confining hlnv-ln an outhouse, he hav? ing shown a dlsposltion to run fro\n home, when the dog suddenly caught him by the leg. only one tooth, how over, entoring the skin. ?? Mr. Pearson immediately took the boy up to the residence of Mr. J, S. Gordon, near Baskerville, who has what Is known as a mad-stone, whlch was soon applled. The stone adhered wlth? out trouble, and it is thought that thd boy will bo all rlght ln a few days. It Is clalmed that theso mad-stones will draw out all poison by contlnually ap? plying samo, and when the stono falls to adhere to the part affected that this !ls concluslvo evidence that no trace of poison ls then left. ? * UXLOCKED DOOH FOR HIM. Baker Eiplnltm How Hc Got Out of Jall?In Iu Agaln. r.Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] MONTEREY, VA., July 9?Henry Baker, the lad who escaped from thc Highland County Jail slxty days ago i whlle .awaltlng an applicatlon for ad misslon to the State Reformatory, Is agaln locked up. having beon appre hended whlle enjoylng a vlsit to the nelghborhood of his home on Alleghany Mountain. He has spent most of hls tlmo at Horton, W. Va., and Sherlff Arbogast was ln* touch wlth his move ments. Learnlng of hls proposed trlp to Highland to spend the Fourth. the sherlff looked hlm up. and took him into custody. Baker was convlcted of arson and unlawful shootlng. He was supposed to have escaped by means of a skeleton key. but clalms now that another lad, Della Farote, who. llved wlth hls grandparents at the county Jall. unlocked the door for hlm. Young Farote was arrested on fhe str-ngth of this statement, tried before Justlce O. Wilson. and Is now locked up wlth Baker awaiting an Investigation by the grand Jury. HORSE FUIGHTF.XED BY TROOPS KXOCKS MR. WlLLIAMS DOWX rSpTlnl to The Tlmes-niipatch 1 CHASE CITY. -VA., July 9.?Whlle Mr. N. H Wllllams, cashier of tho i Bank nf Chase Clty. was drlving out yesterday wlth hls little son hls horse becamo frlghtened at the approach of the military company of thls place going out along the publlc highwav to a barbecue and target practlce. Mr. Wllllams got 'but of he buggy wlth his son, and attempted to hold tho horse until the company passed, but the animal became more restive. got loose and ran away, the buggy wheels striking Mr. Williams and passlng over hlm. causing painful Injurles. He is stlll conflned to hls home. The vehlcle was demollshed and the horse was flnally caught. Pimlor In Exonorated. . Sp?clsl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l ASHLAND, VA., July 9.?Shlloh Bap? tlst Church. colored, has been for Sun? days conslderlng a report whlch has been circulated concernlng lts pastor. Rev. W. B. Carrington. It reflected upon the moral character .of the mln? lster. and created conslderable talk among the members. After a careful revlew of all evidence submtttod, a re? port was made to the church complete ly e.vonernting him, tho church be lievlng him to be a most exemplary Christian man and fervent preacher. Bltten by Pet Polnler. rsn?rlnl to The Times-Dlspnrch 1 BOYDTON. VA.i July 9.?Mr. J. W Edmondson, a promlnent merchant of thls placo, and one of the receivers of the Bank of Mecklenburg, was quite badly bltten yesterday bv a net polnter dog belonglng to him. Mr. Edmondson was liftlng a wagon wheel off thp dog, and nt the same tlme was drag glng the animal from under the wheel when the dog turned and blt him o the hand. Mr. Edmondson at once h--1 hls hand treated by Dr. Hamllton. The doctor dld not think anything s'eriou woul<] come of the bite. Cut Sweet licnrl'N Throat. rSnorlal to Th* Tlmes-D'snntch.*l SUFFOLK, VA.. July 9?Hurrlcano Branch to-day captured a negro by tho name of John Henry, allas Fess, ac ctised or cuttlng the throat of hls sweetheart. Kato Moseley,' Tho affalr happened last month near Drlver. Va. Tho womnn'recovered. Henry was to day held for tho grand Jury. Thrown From Horse nnd Killed. rein>vni*i tn The 'rinies-Dlsoiitch. 1 WLNCHESTER, VA., July 9.~-*Wll liam Chick, a slxteen-year-old boy, em? ployed on the farm of Wllllam "Fra Jder, near Summlt Polnt, was thrown from the saddle of a runawny horse he tvrts rlding yesterday afternoon and cllod last night from the Injurles i-eceiv ed. Rev. ^Ir. .llcXubli ReMgitN. TSpeflal'to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatoh ] LEES11URG, VA., July* 0.?Rev. John McNabli, rector of St. Tlmothy Epls? copal Clmi'oh, at I-lorndon, Va., hns roslgned hls paetoratb on account, ot impalrecl heolth., Hls roslgn'atlou has boon accepted by tho v.asU*y, Ho will mbvo to hls former homo nt Capo Charles, Vn, 11OY Sl.lt lOI'SI.Y IXJUItl... ' HY Wlil, rn'llOM PORCII I to 'l'*""i TlniPH-lllspiii?!!,! C, VA., - Cuthrlt.ll, Jr., son of . .. ?-"- ' "aim- y:ii. i , NORFOLK, VA., July ,!>.?Janjos MiV and wrs. A Keep-Busy Sale Jacobs &Levy We Dress the Good Dressers Dullness is a Ghost to Many Merchants It Doesn't Frighten US One Bit tflWhen nothing turns up we turn things up ourselves. 1$ It's out of season now?trade lags, buyers are scarce? shall we fold arms and sit idly back? Not much! This "Keep-Busy Sale" is launched in order to transform a dull month into a busy one. ^ Commencing this morning, counter after counter of the Finest Men's, Youths* and Children's CLOTHING Sold in Richmond Will be on Sale at One Half (5Oi?0 Off ?|The goods are our regular stock, of latest cut and finish. No. "specials" hurriedly bought for sale purposes, and no seconds or shelf-worn articles. } *J Every Suit bears the J. & L. (guaranteed) label. Men's $35.00 Hand-Tailored Suits, $17.50 Men's $30.00 Hand-Tailored Suits, $15.00 Men's $25.00 Hand-Tailored Suits, $12.50 Men's $20.00 Hand-Tailored Suits, $10.00 Men's $15.00 Hand-Tailored Suits, $ 7.50 . Terms of Sale No Goods Charged. None on Approval. Alterations Charged for. Children's JSuits at One-Half (50%) Off. All $3.00 Grades, K. B. sale $1.50 All $5.00 Grades, K. B. sale $2.50 All $7.00 Grades, K. B. sale $3.50 All $10. Grades, K. B. Sale $5.00 Youths' Suits at One-Half (50%) Off. $10.00 Grades, K. B. sale ? $5.00 $15.00 Grades, K. B. sale - $7.50 $20.00 Grades, K. B. sale $10.00 $25.00 Grades, K. B. sale $12.50 Straw Hats. Panama Hats that sold up to $8.00 $3.50 Seonet and Split Braids, sold up to $3.50 $1.45 Neckwear That sold at 50c, 75c and $1.00 - 29c Negligee Shirts. Imported Madras, in light Q ?\ ^ and dark effects, that sold at ^%^f ?M en <-?> ?_.._ _._..-__ tt'KCi _...__ >*J%aW $1.50, $2, and some $2.50, are Trousers That sold at $5, $5.50 and $6, $2.25 Overcoats, Raincoats and Men's Fall and Winter Suits Are lncluded in this K. B. Half (50 per cent.) Off Sale. ? Buy for Now---Buy for Next Winter. James.. Cuthriell, of Portsmouth, who yesterday fell from tho ralllng of a hlgtr \porch at a nelghbors, whlle at play, and who was at flrst thought only to be stunned, has dcvoloned sp rlous symptoms, and tho attendlng physleians are apprehenslve. . ....? symptoms developed lndlcate i< rup turec] kldney and Internal hemorrlmge. The lad, who ls twelve years of ago, struck vlolently on hia back. Tno lull was about ten feet. B.VXKUVl'TC'Y 1M.OCE13DINGS. Actlon Tnkeu by Court nl Greensboro in Severnl Cn?e?. [Speclal tn The Times-Dispatch. 1 GREENSBOKO. N. C, July !?.?A dis cliarge ln bankruptcy was issued by Judgo Boyd to-day to C. Fronenberger, of Salisbury, dealer ln carrla_.es and harness. Judge Boyd issued a cltatlon to the Hlgh Polnt Publlshlng Company to show cause on July 16th why it should not bo adjudged bankrupt. Lla7 ?Effi-aasHEsaoB There's Real Pleasure and Goodness ln a ill.li ot ?^.f\'f_.4 /Formerly cal!ed\ JTU-M VEIijah's IuW Toasties with Cream "The Tasle Lingers" ' Paclum'f.'i, two slsje.?lUo nnd l.c. Mado ot Whlfo C'oiu 1>1* Postum' Coreul Company, Llmlted, Batllo Ci'uek, Mich. bllitles are stated to be at .12,000 and nomlnal assets at .8,000. In Aprll, on petltlon of AV. J. Armlield, of High Polnt, this corporatlon was placed ln the hands of E. B. Steelo. of Hlgh Point. as roceiver, by tho State courts. i A voluntary petltlon in bankruptcy was illed by John T. Reese, dealer ln cigars, tobacco, soft drinks, perlodlcals, etc, at Greensboro, wlth llabilitles of $5,000 and assets of .1,000. R. E. Stcele, of Greensboro, was appolnted recelver, wlth authorlty to closo out the business, undor the supervlslon ot. tho referee In bankruptcy, G. J_. Fer? guson, Jr. , 0UTBREAK IN HONDURAS Central Anierloim I.ltiloinnti* Tiilk Mat? ter Over Wlth Secretnry Hncou.. WASHINGTON, D. C, July 9,?All tho Central Amerlcan dlplomats' ln Washlngton, oxcept Senor Ugarto, of Uonduras, and Ambassador Creel, of Mexlco, dlscussod tho situation Incl dent to the revolutlonary outbreak ln Honduras wlth Acting Secretary Bacon at the State Department to-day. Botli tho Unlted States and Mexlco are pressing upon the Central Amerl? can countries tho necesslty of abso? lute noutrnltty ln the pendlng troublo in Honduras, whlch, according to the treatles ratlfled by the Centrnl Amerl? can Peaco Conferenco at 'Washlngton last winter,, was declared to bo noutral ground. A report tliat ono of Nlca raugua's war vessels hart sailed for another Central Amerlcan port, pro sumahly Amapala. Hnnrturas, eaused some eonstornatlon among Contral Ainorlcnn 'v dlplomats. l'lihlilnu AVork on Vlrglnlnn. . NORFOLK, VA., July 9.?Work has been resumed by the eontraotors on I tho heavy grading leadlng from the 1 Vlrglnlan Rallway coal plers, Sawoll'a ?oint, to tho maln llno of tho nUlroi*.'*' A large force of hands Is omployed, and tho announcement Is mado that the work will be rushed to completlon. TO KNOW RUSSIA BETTER. f'orrcNpouilciit of thc KommIu Urgo. Itcttcr Aciiiialiitaucc by AiucricuiiN, ST. PETERSBURG. July' 9.?Tho Rossla to-day publlshes a letter from Its corrospondont in ihe United States, who urges lu strong terms the neces sity, partlcularly for Russia, of a bot tor hndorstandlng bolwecn the Rus? slan and the Amerlcar. people, anrt who proposed a methoii by whlch thls hlgli ly deslred end can '.>'.' accompllslted. The correspondent t'oplores what ho calls thu anlmoslty cf tho Amerlcan people to-day towa.ds Russia, anc*. says thls Is a dlrect outeome of tho perslttent efforts o. the enemles of the Russlan' empire, tjua Japanese, during tho late war, and subsequently Rusoian polltical agltntors f.l'.o vlslted tl.o United States and ..avo the A-uerlcu. peoplo a false and lnisleadlng tjea ot condltlons In the empire. To remedy thls deplorablo cinrtltlon the corrWJ* pondent'snys tho Ainerinan people must. bo instructetl In wnat Russia -really is. The press ls nct the wa/'o' do it. i or must tho m'.thrd be talntart Dy any ottlclal connection. Russlan so? elety must act by itself unalded. ' - "A group of promlnent Russians," the corrcspondent says, "should Invite to Russia a number of ? ln? fluential Amerlcan polltlcians, sclen tlsts. merchants, ? flnanclers and buslness men and pormlt them to ? t-.ee and judge ot condltlons at flrst hand. The extent to whlch thoy havo been mlslnformed regardlng Russia should bo made clear to them. These men would roturn home aud give pub? llcity to tholr vlews. They would in turn Invite Russians to vlsit the Unltad, States and ln thls way there would bo established a serios of internatlonal exehanges that would result in much good to both countries." ?PpEDJrHE^QipO*VJER 7 HAVE YOUTRIEBylT?