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T1IK Rev. nnd Mrs. Corbln Rraxton Bryan, of Petersburg, have Is feucd Invltatlona to tho nmrrlnge <*r their riattghter, Eltziibulh, to Jiimes Morton TowtiHChd, of that clty. The weddftiK will be 'eelebrnted on Wed neiday, April 14, ln OraCe Church, Pe I'-ryburg, Vn. I.clhcrnuith?Well, Last evclilng nt 8:30 o'clock flir. wod dlng of Mlsa Lottle Well, daughter of .Mr.'. FrdncoB Woll nnd tho lnte Churh-s Well, to Le0n I.elherniutli, Hop of Mr. and Mfs. I'mnk Lelbehfnutlh was cela bmied in tho Masonlc Temple, whlch had been Imndsomely docornted ln a aclieme of yillow and grcen through out, wlth white, Eauter IIIIch nnd piilms usnd In the hulls. Rev. B. N. Callach pcrformed the ceromony, LowU Lelhermuth, the griimu'a hrothcr, was hfa beHt man, nnd Mlss Bftdla Well, slstrr of tho brldo, acted na her mald of honor. Uahefs wrrn Messra. Jullus Klaus, Arthur Wel>. Halph Lov.y, I'crcy Htniuso, llto C?ro| and Menry (^nnst. Tho brlde, gowned In an exqulalle drcfirt of white sntln trlnimed ln renl IttOO and embroldorcd In ornngo blos aoms, entered wlth her brother, Cllff Well, and was glven nway by hltn. Her long tulle vell was raught wlth the blosscms, nnd ahe carrlcd a shower houqtiet of lllles ot?the valley and or chlda. Her ornamonta were pearia. Mlss Hadle Well's costume was o? yellovv rnebsaltne, and her flowera ?? large bouquet of violeta. A beautlful receptlon was held in tho . Temple lmmedlately after thu cero? mony, when Mfc and Mrs. Loibcrmuth j recelved tho congiatulations of their | many friends. Mrs. Well, the brlde's mother, wore I black crepe de chlne embroldered ln loses. and wore a corsago bouquet of j vlolctB.' Mre. I.olbermuth wa? gowned ln palc ' blue aatln wlth allvor ornamentatlon*. j Mlss Bertha Bariks, of Atlantn, who j Is MlfH ijadlo Well's guest, was qulto liaiidaomo in white aatln trlmmed in j gold tnread. She carrled Amerlcan Beautles. Mra. Charles Gunat was ln black sat In wlth Jet and pcurl trimmVigs. Tho groom'a aloters were present?Mra. Ar nold Stlefel, Of New York, In a black Jet robe, nnd Mrs. Lawrencn Hchwerin in a costume of black cmbroldery. Mrs. Charles Pollack. of New York, was gowned ln black aatln embroldered ln gold and jet, and Mlss Rose ?elber mut'i, of Atlanta. wore palc ?lu# aatln. >.r. and Mrs. i.elbermuth lett for n Northcr.i trlp, and will rpturn to Rich? mond durlng the latter part of April and be at home to their frlenda at Murphy's. Knariigemcnt Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Charles VC. Jones, of Norfolk. announco tho \aPProaclll"8 marrlage of their daughter, Allua Vlr? glnia, to James C. Perrow, of Rlch mohd, the wedding to take place on Wedn'eaday mornlng, April -i. in Park Place Metiiodlwt Eplscopal Church. Mct In Muacuin Yewterday. At the meetlng yesterday at II A. M. of the Confedcrate M'tnorial l.lter ty, held In the Minjeum, it d that the portralt of ? h. Seddon, Secretary of Of thc Southern Confederttcy. will bc preaented by tnerobara of the Sed don famlly to thc eoclcly. . Mra h. C. DaBIel wna appolnted sto nidke arrangements for the presenta tlon, Mrs. James V.'erth prcsided at the meetlng. and others present woro Mrs. H. T. L'llvson, Mr.'. J. I'.nders Robln aon Mra. W. N. Hamlct. Mr?. A. M. Uwathmoy, Mrs. J. H. Drake, Mrs. W. A. Harrls,' Mr.-. W. H. Miilcr, Mrs. Philip Taylor, Mrs. .T. n. Hlll, Mrs. S. II. Vonge, Mrs. L. C. Danlcl, Mrs. J. A. Hodgcs. Mra. .1. Taylor Ellyson, Mrs. S. H. Shelton, Mrp. C. E. Bolllng. Mrs. B. A. Blenner, Mrs. N. V. Randolplu MJaa b'llen Jones and Mlss Emma Scott. ServU-c of Song. Thls afternoon, when tho I^adlcs" Mlaalbnary Soclcty of Flrst Baptiat Church will hohi Its meetlng at 4 o'clock, several of the clty's mostpopu lar rololsts will be heard in a very ot tractlve rhualcal program, which has been arranged for the. pleasurc of thembera of the soctoty and its frlcnds. Th'- publlc is cordlally lnvited to at tond the song ecrvlee and hcar Mrs. Jasper I,. Rowe, Mrs. Pettigrew, Mrs. Chesterman and Mrs. Pattee, who are among those who will take part. Ilonrd of ManTngers to Mcet Tneaday, The board of managers of the Asso? clatlon for the Prcscrvatlon of Vir ginia Antlqulties will meet Tueaday, April 6. at noon in the rooms of the Vlrglnia Historical Society. Colonlal Dumta To-morrow. The Colonial Dames of America ln tho State of Vlrglnia will hold tholr monthly meetlng at the Woman's Club ?t 4:30 P. M. on Frlday, April 2, this belng tho flrst Frlday in the month. Cnllla?Tomllnaon. The wedding of Miss Lottlo Tomlln BOii, daughter of Alexander Torn!in8on, to Harvey Roanc Callls, was eclebrated at 10:30 A. M yesterday ln the home ot" the brldo, 51 a North SljCth Street. &'. ?U'itt Tomlinson. the brlde's hrothcr, was best man, and Mlss Ray.Evans, of Petersburg, acted as her maid of honor. . ,,, After April 10 Mr. and Mrs. Callls will be at home to their friends at 513 North Slxth Street. For Rlehmond Glrl. MUs Mira Jones, of this city, and Mrs. Clarence Williams, who aro the guests of Mrs. K. Foster Murray, a-t her home, ln Norfolk, wero compli mented a few days ago, when Mrs. Wllllam S. White entertained a few friends for them nt an afternoon hrldge party glven at hor liorao, in Yarmouth Street. Mrs. Whlte's resi? dence waa decorated ln an abundance of white narclssl. and two tables wero engaged. Mrs. Charles Wales scorod highesit at. one table and Dr. Anne Humphrbys nt/ tho other. Playlng wore Mrs. Clairence Williams, Mrs. Wales, Mra\ K.1 V. Murray, Mrs. Alex andor liiggins, Mrs. S. A, Arinstead, We are showing Easter creations. Seymour Sycle 11 West Broad Street. M1i?h Jones, t)r. Anuc Humphroys and Mrs. White. Motlicr*' f.ltib To-?a?. Tho Bellevuo Mothers' Club will ineet to-day "a.t I o'clock, the aubjeet under dlscut-slon belng "The Tralnlng of the Wlll." ' All inciubcrs and frletids are Invltcd to uttcnd. . Iloard Mt-piing at 11(O'clock. The regular ineetirig of the board of tnanagera of the Baptlat ilotne for Aged Women wlll be held to-day at 11 o'clock In tho home. t'loptou?llrooka. Mra. William Grcgory Brooks, ?f Weist I'oint, Vn? has aunounced the ahgagemeni of her daughter, h.uia to Kdwln Boawell Clopton, of Gloucester, Va. The dntu of the wvdding haa not yet been ^et, but wlll probably takc place Horue time in the sprlng. HodgrM-Oplc. itivu.itioiiN have been laaued to the Mreddlng or MMa Ida St. Clalr Ople to \u.-tin Lawrence Hodgea, of the faculty or the Unlveralty or Penneylvanla. MIhk Ople haa many relatlveH and frletids ln Ilurrisonbiirg. where aho hua Oftetl Vlaltbd, apd l?"very popular lu-JIar ; laonburg agclety. PriWnnI "Mentlon. Mrs. Davhi Lfake and Mrs. Otto lluas are vfsltlrig in Nejy Vork. Mrs. Bcn Palmer leavea to-day for trip to Phlladelphia and Atlantlc Mrs. Hawes, of Xew Vork, and Mjss Panford, of Connecticut, who have been South durlng the winter, are apendlng sevoral days in Rtchmond. Mrsv Bannlater Anderaon, of this clty, who has been the guest of her mother! Mrs-. Kate Spratley, on South King Street, In Hanipton, Va., was expeeted home yesterday. Mrs. It. T. Hunter left for Staunton yesterday to attend tiie runeral ser vices of tho late O. G. Goocli to-day. 1'. If. I'arrar la In the city after apendlng a wcek in Scot'tavllle, Va. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Thomaa have opoaicd their country home, at vVar renton, Va., after apending the winter in Jsforfolk. Before going to Warren ton Mrs. Thomaa wlll spend several weeks in Washington. Mlss Virginia Whlte, of Uichmond, is spendipg sotne time in Xewport Newa with frienda. Mlss Mary Pendleton, accompanied by her'nephew, llttle William Dlllon, of -Indian Rock, reached tho clty Tuea day afternoon and wl*i bo wlth Misa Pendleton's aunt, Mra. Hunter, for sev eral weeks. ? Ilenry S. Hutzler, who has been on a ten days' trip South has returned to tlio city. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Chamberlaln, of Baltimore, are at the Jefferson. Mrs. Arthur E. Owcns, of Ports mouth, is the guest of relatiyes ln Richmond. Cabell Masale, wlto is a atudent at the Unlversity of Virginia, is now spending aome time wlth hls parenta, Judge and Mrs. Massle, at thelr home In Pulaski county. Mlss Ruth Dyer, who made an ad dtess here recently on the work in primary achoola, stopped over In Roa noke wlth Mr. and Mrs. ,T. H. Frantz on Saturday and Sunday last, return liig to her home at Gate Clty, Mlss Rosa Herbeck and William Ar A Clean Mm Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A man may scrub himsclf a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Oood health means cleanliness not only outside, but insidc. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a olean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The mao who is clean in this way will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He wil| never be troubled with Uver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stom achs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood; Consurnptioo and bronehitis raean unolean lungs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery preventa theae diseascs. It mekcs ? tnan's insidcs olean and healthy. It cleans the dig? ative organs, makcs pure, olean blood. and olean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to tho nervous system, and cures nervous cxhaustion and prostration. It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs. Constipation isjthe most unolean unoleanliness, Dr. Pterce's Fleasant Pel lets cure it. They never gripe, Easy to take as oandy. ______i___stt_? thur Gee wero marrled Monday ln the home of the brlde's parents In Phoe bua, Va. Mrs. XV. Gray Wattson has returned to Richmond after a vlslt to her tlaughter, Miafi Uelen Wattson, who ls now at thc Mary Baldwln Semlnary in Staunton. Mrs. Frank Talbott, of Danville, has been called to Kichmond by the Ill? ness of her inother, Mrs. B. F. Llps C'jinbe. At /ho hcyme of the bride. In Suffollc. on Stinday evcning last, Mlss Daisy Abrams, daughter of Mrl and Mrs. Morrls Abrams, was marrled to Tforris Leon Krarnpf, of Norfolk, rormerly of New York. Mlss Abrams is a natlve ot Baitlmore. IV. K. 4.acKson, Jr., a member of last year's la-.v claaa at the I'nlverslty of Vlrglnia, hus been appolntcd to a po sltlon ln the government legal depart ,ment in the Panahia jCanal Zone. Slnce leavlpg the universlty Mr. Jackson liaa 'been practieing law at JacksonvlIIe, Fla. I.uir?Love. ?[Spcoial to The Tlmes-blapatch.J KENBU1DGE, VA.. March 31.?At 1:30 o'clock thls afternoon Mlsa May O. Ixjve waa glven ln marrlago to B. A. Eove. The ceremony was performeti by Rev. S. H. Love, the father of the grooin, and was wltnessed by a largc assemblage of friends and relatlvcs The marrlage tb?k place on thi spaclous portlco which surrounds tln house, and which was beautifully decoratcd wlth runnlng cedar anc I other dccoratlons. The bride cntcrei. j upon the arin of iier father, V. C. Love ! and the groom was accompanled to thi i altar by his hrothcr, Fred O. Love, ol | Richmond. The bridal march was j played by Mlss Lucle Meade Allen. Tht 1 mald of honor was Mlss Julia Bagley The brldesmalds and walters were ai followa: Miss Eva Orgaln, with Johi Lea; Miss Bertha Bridgeforth, with W | S. lrby; Mlss Mary Lee Bridgeforth with Robert Allen; Mlss Natalle Neb lett, with Dr. W. D. Kendlg; Misi Fannle Winn, with Washington Brldge forth; Miss Florence Ferrls, with Harrj Love. T. W. Webb was master of cere monies. The bride was attired ln a handsomt white messallne dress made prlncesi style, and carrled a shower bouquet o bridal roses and white carnatlons. Tln mald of honor, Mlss Julia Bagley, wa: attired ln a handsome cream messaiim dress made prlncess. The brldesmaid; wore white dresses and carried whlti carnatlons. The groom ls a young buslness mai ot Kenbrldge. The bride is the daugh ter of V. C. Love, a prosperous farmei and buslness man llving near th< suburbs of Kenbrldge. MorrtM?Martlu. [Special to Thc Tlmos-Dlspatch.] GORDONSVILLE, VA., March 31. Charles E. Morrls and Mlss Cora Lei Martln, accompanied by the brlde'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Martint o j Gordonsville, and Mr. Buckner, o | Somerset, boarded Chesapeake ani I Ohlo train No. 12 here this mornlng foi Washington, where they were marriec by Rev. Rlchard Owens. Mr. Morrls ls a popular young busi ness man of Somerset, while hls bridi la the second daughter ot Mr. and Mrs A. B. Martin. of Gordonsvlfle, and i very popular young woman. They will make their home at Som erset. Iliii'k?Kuglenmu. | Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatuh.] ROANOKE, VA., March 81.?Mis. Clara Kngleinan, daughter of Mrs. Mat tie Engleman, nnd C. W. Bmik, a youn; buslness man of Rural Retreat, wen married to-night at tho home of tln bride ln Roanoke county. Rev. T. O Kolster, pastor of the Lutfteran Chuiv of Roanoke, ufilclatlng. They left fo a trlp to Northorn cltles, ?_.,. ?-?- ? Engagenicnt Anuounccd. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlapatch.] NORFOLK. YA., March 31.?Mr. an' Mrs. H. S, Ferebee havo announoeU tht ongagemeht of their adopted daughter Mlss Graco Rebecea Nlxon, to Arlhui Lee Pond, tho wedding to take place Or August 7, at 5 o'clock, at the brlde'i residence, ln North Roservolr Avenue Invltatlona luivo only been Issued tt the limnodlato familles of tho bride an; grooin. Moqrl?-?Thoniti*?Jn. LYNCHBURG, VA.. Mardi 31.?'#il lliini H. MoWi'ls and Mlss Cari'ip Maud Thompson, hotlt of thls clty, wero mar rli'd yesterday afternoon nt tho par sj>nage of the.Flrst Chrlstian Churct Rev. F, !??. Uullurd olllclatllig. ( uiilract In Awnrded. WINOHICSTER. VA., Muroh 31.?Tln I'ontrnct for Instnlllng a system of san Itary sowers and u diapm-ul phint fo Wlnohcstor was awarded to-day l' Irwln Bl'OB,, of Greenville, Ohlo. fo about $;i:i.000. There were seventeoi other blddera. SHtPPERS EKTER T Ask CommiS8ion to Grant Rclief from Methods of Express Company. -.<? (Speclal to TheTlmea-niapatch.] HTAUNTON, VA., March 31.?A uniquo contoat haa nrlao'n here wlth tho Adarha Kxp/osa Company. A lh/juor house, voted out of Lynchhurg, haa opened a dlatrlbutlng house here, and la dolng an Immensc buslncss wlth. lA'itchburg. The Adams Hxpress Com? pany reaehea Lynehburg wlthout trans fcr to othor cornpanles by way of tho Cllfton Forgo and Jatnes Rivor dl vialon, and Inslsta on taklng Its own inatter through wlthout a transfcr to the Unlted Statca Exprosg Company, whlch could bo done at Chnrlottesville, and thoreby bcttcr time be made. It also rcfuses to recclvo Staunton mat ter from the TJinlted States Express Company at I.cxlngton, and by Inslat ing on handllng packaftes all tho way through It cauaes tho shippers to loae from flve to twenty llours on shlp mentK. The Unlted States Fxpress Company la wllllng to take shlpmenta over tho' Baltlmoro and Ohlo to Lex Ington.and transfer to the Adams, or to rccclve from tlio Adams at Chnr? lottesville, and transport over the Southern Rallway to Lynehburg. Ship? pers have appealed to the State Cor poratlon Commlsslon ? to compel the Adams Company to accept from and dellver to the Unlted Statca Kxpress Cptnpany, so as to make shipments ln the most expedltlous way. -? IXSPKCTIOX BEING MADR. Major Mnllory l.ooking Over Compnnlex nt Xorfolk. [Bpcdal to The Times-Dlspatch.J XORFOLK, VA. March 31.?Majar John Mallory to-nl[?ht began tho ln specflbn of the Fourth Reglment 0 bcadcjUartera and the local mllltary cornpanles. It la expected that he wlll be here for thtV next three or four days before eomplotlng the work. To-nlght he inspected the reKlnicnttl head'Miarters. band, books. fleld pleces and the Flret Company of Coast Artll lery. letter ln the week he wlll inspeet tlie varlous cornpanles. He wlll al?T vislt Portsmonth, Suffolk and Franklln before returnlng to Waahlngton, Frl day nlght Captaln Thler -->nd Horn will Inspeet the artillerv cornpanles of Xor folk and Portsmouth. 9X'CCESSIOX DISCDSSEQ. ConuDg of !?:. II. Balrd Mnr Hnvc Some nenring On *'asi-. f.Spcrlal to TheTlmcs-Diapntch.'l XORFOLK, March 31.?The arrival of C. C. Chadbourne, of Xew York, in Xorfolk to-day, owing to the fact that he is the genernl counsel of the rc? celvers for the X'orfolk and Southern, Is believcd to have come bearlng on the qtiestion of who wlll succecd the late Thomas Fitzgerald as the man aglng receiver of the system. He was In consultation to-day for some time wlth E. It. Baird, local counsel, for the receivers, but no Informatlon, was given out ns to the nature of the busi neaa dlacuaaed. IVHIVI'K r.Mliilllialluil. ISpeclat to TnoTlmes-Dlspatch.] XORFOLK, March 31.?Jack Scott, arraigned in the Pollco Court this mornltig on the charge of murderlng Francea Boyd in a crap game, waived a prellmlnary hearing. and,' was or dered held wlthout ball for' lhe next session of tho grand jury. According to witnesses. Scott Bhot Boyd when lold by a woman that he dld not have the nerve to shoot. SerioisAilraents Kodol MEVENTCD BY It really donsn't sccm sensible for anvone to neglect digestive derange ments until tliey develop into orleadto diseasesthat may be incurablc. Kodol prevents dyspepsia and other seriousail ments by giving the stomach effective aid in its processes of digestion?thus making and keeping the stomach well, strong and active. And when you have a s'oundstomach.youneed not worry about dyspepsia, or* w hat it leads to. Kodol will mighty soon bring stomach-comfort. Our Guarantee. ?&H ffii^ you are not beneflted?the dniBsrlst will at onoe return your money. Don't hesltate: any drugjflst will sell you Kodol on these tertns. The dollar bottle contains 2)s times as muoh as tho 50o bottle. Kodol ls prepared ln the laboratorics of E. 0. DeWlu & Co., Cbieago, Save Time ...ajid... Money To clear at once?a few Uprights (exclianged), for merlv$250 to $600?now $150 up. Several Squares in good condition, well-known makes, $40 to $75 Sheet Music, 5c and 10c For any piece of, popular music published. Our great cut piice sale is in full swiug. You don't have to look further. The Victor is the beat Talking Machine, and we have the best stock of Victors for your selection?$10 up. Cable Piano Co* 213 E. Broad Street. BUTLER BROTHERS T Jury Is Secured and Evidence of One Witness Is Begun. [Hpcciai to Thi Tlraea*)>l?pafcn,] OREENSBORO, N. c, March 31.? In tlie lrla.1 of the on.tes in tho Superlor t'ourt horo to-day agaimH ex-Unlted Stntes Senator Marlon Btltler and hls DTOtber, Lcstor I'-. llutler, puhllshffH "t the Cauenslun, for alleged erlmlnallv libelliig ox-Judge Spencer n. Adams, ln elmrglng thut he gavo rorrupt declsloim whllo chlcf Juatlc.o of the Indlan Clalms t.'ourt, the jury waa sHected by t .o'clock atnl one wltneSl' for the prose ctiMon waa examlned at tho afternoon sessloii. All tho mornlng sesslon was taken UpWlth crforts of tho defendatits to havo Tlie four hllls of Indlctmont consolldated Into one, but Judgo Long ruled aftfcr mucli debato that each ln dlctmcrit chargcd a dlatinct and HCpa rate offense, and on tho ohjectton ot pro.Mocutlon he had no power to order 11. conaolldatlon. Jtidgo Wult.'r V. Wouver, of Sprlng iieid. Ohlo, an aasbclate judgo wlth IChlef .IiiHtico Adams, had not completed [ hla tpatlmony for the Hlate when court | iidjourned. After ahowlng that tho | Butlers wero presidont nnd nuinager, respectively, of tho Cuucnslan. and readlng the alleged llbelous publlra tlon, Judgo Weavor was sworn. Hla evidence related to the llndlngs of tho court ln tho caaes whero cori'uptlon was charged, and over objectlons of defendants' connsel he was allowcd to state tho reasotis nioving tho momhers, of the court In niaklng declslona ln the cases nientloned in tho publlcatlon. The courthouse was crowded all day, and It is evldont that the cases will occupy the entlre week, Owlng to the fnct that Judgo Adams Is State chalr mnn of the Republican organlzatlon, and the Butlers belong to a bltter antl Adams factlon of thc same party, there is rnuch partlsan Republican feeltng manlfest in the trlnl. | VtSIT IS ND fl SCUE BF HURBER Jiidge and Jury Look at Place W'liere Richmond Man Mct Death. [ Hpeciai tn Ttic Tnm-s-TJirpatcli.l RALE1GH, N. (.:.. March :tl.?After three days' effort and thu exliaustlng or three npecial venires', the jury for the trial ot Earle Cotten, Tlm lloldor 0>ld and "RedV llnpkins for the mur? der of Dr. k.'w. Smlth, of Richmond, ls completed nnd the hearlng of evi? dence under wuy. Tho completed jury pornprlses Joaeph Partin, t> o. Jian gum, w. n. Norwood, .1. c. Carpenter, K. H. Kish. A. D. O'Neal, R. c. Scars. T. L. Watkins, John Dean, R, II. San-. dt-rs, Jr., W. H. Kclly, T. J. Stephen sen. .Immedlately after the complctlon of the jury, at noon, both the defenae nnd the proaecution introdueed carefully prepared mapa of the ohi rock quarry and tha vicinity, liicluding the Red Light Cafe, which waa run by Earle '?"tten. and from whlch It la alleged that "Red" Hopklns carrled Dr, Smith in a elosed hack Saturday nlght, N'o vember 11. Tlicse inaps were explain? ed to tho jury by tlie draftsman, and I then, at the request of the counsol for both slde.s. thc court took a recess, ln order that thc jury, aecompanted by the judgo and counsoJ, might vislt the rock quarry and exrunine for them aelves the locallty with refefence to the niaps Oftered for use in thc trlnl. FJIghty WltnrsNea. Followlng the inspection of tho rock quarry the examlnatlon of witnesses was taken up. There aro elghty of them, and It is expecled that all thla week will be requlred to exanilne them. ? Stepliiti A. Colller was the tlrst wit? ness. He found the body of Dr. Smlth Sunday afternoon. November 16, In tho quarry. He descrlhed the locntlon and oondltlon of the body. and under cross examlnatlon sald hc had seen a num ber of people around tho quarry durlng the mornlng. Numerous footnrlnts he had secn in the quarry he bellcved wero made by Dr. Smith beforo hls death, Wllllam Taylor llves near tho quarry and had gone near the ledgo about S o'clock Hundny mornlng and found thc coat and overcoa't of Dr. Smlth; tis they had evldently been dropped near the ledge. fcle saw the c nrriagc trackt where Dr. Smith is supposed to have been drlven and put out dead or'to go to hls death ove> the ledgo of the quarry. The clothlng of tho murdered man was Introduced and Identllled by Coroner S. E. Parks. Ed. Chavls, hack drlver, told at-con siderable length of his having been en gaged by Earle Cotten to drlvo Tim Htjldertleld and somo mysterlous bur den out to tho quarry from tho Red Light Cafe. and of Holderflcld having had hlm put out the hack llghts whlle he was getting the body, or whatevet it was, out on the ground. He sald that as they drove away Holderfleld remarked that he "loved to trlm a smart guy when he thlnks ho knows more than anybody elso does." All thls took place betwecn 7 nnd 8:1E o'clock. There was a long cross-examlnatlon', The court took a recess at 6:30 o'clock to 9:30 Thursday mornlng. Suprcme Court DcoInIoiik. [Special to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch.] RALEIGH, N. C, March 31.?Thls week's delivery of opiniona by the Su preme Court to-day comprises twelve appeals from varlous.- counties, as fol lows: Graves vs. .Johnson, Moore, no error; Clark vs, Loom Works, Lee, nf nrmed; Clark vs. Mnehlne Works, Loo, afflrincd: State vs. lllnson, Anson, no error; Stato vs. Qulck, Richmond, no error: Hardis vs. Martin, Wake, no er? ror; Jones vs. Assurance Soclety, Wake, afllrmed; Hicks vs. Klng, Duplln, af tirmed; Hardy vs. Ward, Duplln, af? llrmed; Taylor vs. Teletrraph Company. Durham, consont judecment entered here; Johnson vs. Bobbin Company. Gifyford. dlsrrilased under rulo 17; Da vls vs. Hlgh Folnt, Gullford, distnlssed under rulo 17. Dcatroyed by FIre. | Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatcli.] McKENNEY, VA? March 31.?Tlie old comtnlssary bulldlng, about ono-quartoi of a mIlo south of MoKenney, bulll by Tl R. Freoman, but owned by W M. Fowler, of thls place, was to-day destroyed by llro. The bulldlng was occupied as a resldenco by John Flok'l colored. Tho losa ls about $500, wlth no luaurance. i.osks her sig'ht. W'umnii Ucconics Tolnlly Hllnd Attet ., IIcIiik Frlghtcucd by Horae. | Special to Tho Thnea^Dlapntch. | NOUKOLK, VA., March 31.?After be lug frlghtened by a rutiaway, Mrs Charles Spinney, of I'ocahoiitus Avcnue, Lanibert's Polnt, has becbtho totaiiy hllnd. I'hvslcians dedare that a slroUc of apoplexy ls icsponslhlc. Whllo Ph<3 |s still vory slck ln her home, It ls pos slbic that ?ho wiu repovar from tho atrolte of apoplexy, and niay-nlso ro guln her siglit. Mi'if. Splllliey was walklug wllh luu husimnd' in Rlverview uhout 3 o'clock Sundav afternoon, and was frlghtenoO by a horse which had got heyoud cot\ troi of its vouiig rlderi and was daah lug towards hor. She soncht refugt hehiud lh dangcr v Dr. Uviv nearhv. inedlcal lo hor h it I'uivli. and after *h lvor. she* fell uiicuk; . ' Uikfonl, whnso h?% called, and ho r\ Mi!> Snlnney war son and there 11 was foun [that she ha'l suffered a stroko oi Accurate Weighing of All Raw MateriaU haa givcn fint place for ?bsotute uniform ity over aH cements on the market; to EDISON iSw^iiPortland Cement Each ounce is invariabry like every other ounce in color and strength because made by scientific methods instead of wheeU barrow meastlres?and grouhd by ipecial Edison machinery, Uniformly 10JS Finest Greund in the World. , Write ui et tik your detkr for bofcllet " How la Mix ind Um Ediioa PotlinrJ Cemmt" BALDWIN & BROWN (Inc), Richraond, Va. PETERSBURG BUILDING SUPPLY CO., Petersborg, Va. i Our Supcrlor Glasses not only glvo perfeot vlslon, but aooth and comfort the oyca, The rcaaon Is, we know how and rondcr export aervlco In every department of our business. Our complete Optical Manufacturing Plant enables us to grlnd the most compllcated lenaes mlnutoiy accurate on short not Ice. Prescrlptlon work Is our apeclalty. We are hendouarters for KODAKS, PHOTO SUP PLIES. ARTISTIG DEVELOPINO and PRINTINO. fcjend ,ds your mall orders. The S. Galeski Optical Co., Main and Eighth Broad and Third apoplexy. S'he was unconsclous for twenty-four houfs, and at the end of that time lt wns dlacovered that tfho had completely loat hor eyeslght. IX SUPREME COURT. Fmuoua CoppcT Mlne Caae Wlll Soon Get Henrlng. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] ASIfEVlI.EE. X. O., March 31.?Tho now famous "coppcr mino case." ln volving property worth approxlmately ono miUlon dollars, of the North Caro? llna Mlnlng Company agalnat tho Westfelt helrs, wlll come' up aoon In the Unlted Statca Supreme CoUrt. Counsel for tho company have gtveii notlcc to counsel for tho Westfclt heirs that they will ask tho Suprome Court for, a wrlt of certiorarl to brlng up tho case from tho Court of Appeals and have served coples of the petltlou on tho court. Counsol for the defend; ants will contest tho granting of the wrlt. Wlllla la Re-Eiected. [Speclal to The Tlmca-Dlnpatch. 1 TIAMl'TON. VA., March 31.?The Ellaabeth Clty County Hchool Board met thla afternoon nnd udoptod a resolutlon requesting tho Stato Boarc of Educatlon to re-elecf. John M. Willls the divlslon superlntcndent. The boarc ulso gavo Mr. Willis a subatantial in crease ln salary. GOWAN'S Prcparatlon ln the home is n guarantcc against pneumonla, croup, coughs, colds, palns and soreness ln throat and lungs, Ex ternal, penetrates, glvcs Instant rellef. At drugglsts. 2oc to J1.00. Spring Bridal Suits In the Many Rich Patterns Spring nnd June brldea wlll have a wide rango to make thelr selectldns from. Thla Furnlture ls purchased ln carload lots, and la BOld lower and ln better con ditlon as a result. A Car of Grand Rapids Furniture Wlll be en our floora for your lnspection wlthin three daya. Alao let us montlon our llne of F. A. Whltney and the Allwln llne of Baby Carringes, Poram bulators, Go-Carts and Foldera now ready for tho llttle one*. Sydnor & Hundley, (Incorporated) Fiirnltiirc for the Hoiue Bcautlful 709-H-13 East Broad Street, HICinillM), VIRGINIA. :xz>c Plant Wood's Seeds For The Garden 6 Form. Thirty yearB in busineas, with a steaddy increasing trade every year?until we have to-day one of the IargeBt businesaes in seeds in thtB country?is the beat of cvidence aa to The Superior Qtiality of Wood's Seeds. We are headquartors for Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas, So ja Beans and all Faim Seeds. Wood's Deacrlptlvo Catalog tho most uselul antl vuluable of Garden und Furra seed C&talogs , v^nailed free on request. < T.W.WOOQ&SONS, Seodaiiion, . Rlchmond, Va. AReal GoodTime To buy Furniture and Carpeta ia right now because things are kinder quiet and you get the best attention and very likely a little better price. Chas. G. Jurgens' Son Right in the Centre of the Furnitare Dutrict Adams & Broad THEY FIT WHEN OTHERS FAIL. $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 Snug, Com fortable Fit is a Delight. W. Mlnor Woodward. Stewart M. Woodward WOODWARD* SON, Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Simh, Bllnda and Doora. Ton acres In Lumber and Buildlngs. Main Offlce: Nlnth and Arch Sts.. Rlchmoud, Virginia. C. K. HUOHES, Manager. Branch Office: Fourth and Stoclt ton Sts., Manchester, Va. A. G,. FROSTICK, Manager. Cut Flowers, Tropical Plants, Bouquets and Designs Delivered anywhere always promptly. Mann & Browri, Ftoritti, No. 5 West Broad Street, RichmoaJ, Va. Decoratjona of any kind. Can Cancer Be Cured? IT CAN We wurit every uian and ?omin in tho Unlted Stale* to kiiow wh^t we are dolnu. Wo ar? cunng >'.n> cers. Tunrjra and Chronlo Uorii wlthout tlio utio of tha hulfe or by X-ray, and are eU4W?ed >?:? tUo Konatn an.i I.etflslature <;t VlrclDl*. PUVtflClANri TK13ATKU I'lll-'B.i Wte Guar?nree Our Curek Kellam Hospital 11',.,.'> iAe?t JUui atrert. '. BlCUJtv .*), - ? * VlIttilNIA.