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/F"-7/;jf Ad. Rates. ONE CEN r PErTwORD when paid fn advance. No Ad. taken for Icai than TEN CENTS. NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWF.NTY-FIVE CENTS wheu pltonod ln or cliargcd at the counter. FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS Phone Monroo * (or th.- WANT AD MAN to call JUWl ttllU .j) Ul'.llU. I-ObtT f'kiuaV"m'o'm.\'ini;. ' Lot.i.irr from wtUrh rhnin, wttli ".I. G. lt'' uu ftarin:. Rottirtl lo POLLARD .<: BAG liv. 1102 Basl Main. )_0"i_- EVWCtI M VS i ?>? I'n:? I-i l '.i i yestorday, l;<tiirn m M w. !_? ..<!< r. -itTtAVl'.li. HL.V'IC" ('Ai~\\T"ff. COL lur nn.| boll, Return to 1714 Gtfovo Avenuo or 'phone 2131-J. Itiv.cnl. ?tyelp iAtiantzU, tfialz. LEAUN 8ALl.HMANf.HlP: EARN $1,000 to Jj.OOO por year; wu furnlsh Stll d<-rit,<) poartlons where they con ekrn | 5100 per month while studying. PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF fc'ALEb MANSHIP. Now Haven. Conn. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS fAWVK location, York county. Vn. Addrci I C 611, caro Tlmos-Dlspatch. FOREMAN i CARPBNTER WANTED for general cohstructlon work; houso bulldlng, poncroto foinis und heavy. tltnberlng; location, York county. Reply. statlng experlence, salary ex- | pected und rceommr-ndatloiif. Ad? dress r, 285, card Tlmes-JJIfSpatCh. WANTED, EXPERIENCED' MAN AS! foreman of laundry; wood opportuni? ty for cupahlc man. State salary ex? pected. Addretfs B 6"1, caro Ttiiios DUpatch. _ PltrNT-Tlib WANTED TO WORK ON dollv newspaper. Address TIIE JOURNAL Pb'BLlSiil.N'O CO.. Fred erlcksfourg, Va. wantIJiST'm ?n~to~"i?,a'rn _ai:uki: trado; only few weeks requlred; wages after flrst month; steady po? sltion suarnn'oed. AVrlte for cata logite. MOLER'S BARBER COL LBQE. 207 Bowery. N6W York City. ^ituationg UMawttii, itiait. YO'UNG MXn TWENTY-liNI- YKAl'-.V old dcslrcs posltion ln whojesalo of? llce; experlence sipd good rocortf fur? nlshed. Address V. .32. caro Tlm> .-? Hispatchr. ! M'ANTHD. POtiiflON V.'ITII WHOLE sale produce house by experlenced snlesman, now employed. Addri ss A coc. ear? Tlmes-Dlspatch. 2-?tip SSanttU, Jzmait. YOUNG LADIES AND GlitL- DEfclit Injr po.Itlona wlth pl.a.ant sur- , roundlajs and ,.??'. pay cannot do I better than write or apply to Tlli.". ] WHITLOCK BRANCH. Tv.eriiy-th.lru . and Cary streets. Klchmond. Va. WANTEDrYOUNG L.uTyTs ASSI-Tt- i ant bookkeepcr and general ollicc asslstant; must have had offlce e>. perlence; qulckL and accurate. Ad? dress. glvlng references and salary expected. B ,2r>. i-nre Tinie.s-i>i.-|iatnh. ^ituattons. WRanttti, Jfemalc. fcS_-6R_"D*"i?i;tf vant "wants* iio'm k'; good workcr. Cal! 122 North Elghth. COOK. SETTLED WHITE WOMAN; flrst-class bread and pastry-maker: best references; wages, $20. li 620. care Timen-Dif patch. ^-)etp, iflale snb tfzmalc. MASSAGE TAUGHT. DR SIMMONS. the Osteopath, 122 North Elghth Street._ _ WANT ED.'VBXPEIUENC El) STENOO - rapher; moderatc salary; must know hls business. Apply 101 Mutual Bldg. iWANTED.-SEVI.PtA-- EXPERIENCED paper box cutters. several boys. ono offlco boy and several filrls to make paper boxes; experlenced preferred. Apply POHLIG BROS., Twenty-fllth and Franklin Stroot.s. dolicitorf. an- fealeSmen. -UlAVELING SALESMAN. TO CARRY on commlsslon half-do_en samplcs of men's ilrst-grado solld leathei work shoes, mado to retail at $2.50 | and $3. State experlence and r<-f eronecs. Address $3.50 AND $3.0 SHOK FACTORY'. Baltlmore. Md. m .. i. -3_cnts WLmttii. ?U_i_iT*^T^?r. u_^d~"~no m ONE T. Proposition Is free. No catalogue scheme. Writo for terrltory at onee. __ BEM1S CO.. Washington. D. C. AGENTS?WE HA VEA HOUSE HOLD artlclo of real mcrlt that agents aro maklng $1 to $6 a day ou. PAR NELL MFG. CO., Manufacturcrs, Ilox 44, Rivorslde, R. I. _-? .' ,________;?riLii,..,.VT.r?,-iiM...i i?-, A laIdy desires' a r\rR^T\r""oi''' means, lady preferred. to finance a wonderful remedy for women. In comparably moro potent and valuable, than any thlng now for sale; Jlj to $10 soon mado for every ?1 lnves.tod, Address B 610. caro TinicH-Dliipatcli. MONEY LOANEDITO'INVENTORS TO patent good ldeas. JOHN WEDDER BURN, Capitalist. Brookland, D. C. 30u,al estate for _?ale_ lota on Floyd Avenue. Main and Cary Streets west of the Boulevard, Apply 615 Brook Avenue. 'Phono Madlson 1467._ A NICE BRICK DETACHED DWELl. Jng; on Hanover Stroet, cheap. Ad dress B 600, caro Tlmes-Dlspatc-.h. ?VIRGINIA HOME FARMS WANTED for our Northern and Western home seekers. Have you any to sell? Writo THE BOWE & VAN BLAR COJI VIRGINIA HOME LOCATING AGENCY. Fond du Lac. Wla.'". CORNER BRICK BUSINESS PROPER ty, renting for $534 per year, ln tho best condltlon. In order to got cash. will soll for $3,050. AMOS i- POIN DEXTER, 1110 East Malll,_ ""-ROOM FRAME HOME (CllURCil IUU), In Al cunditlon; dotaohod: deep lot; about 60-foot front, If you aro looktng for a good homo at a mod? eratc price and a blg bargain call at our ofllce to-day. AMOS & POIN DEXTER, UIO East Main, llAVING ABANDONED d'eVELOP nient, I will sell Forost Lodgo cheap. JOHN CUSSQNS. Clen Allen, Vti._ .FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS.?MY . new catalogue contalns 400 farms and tlmber lands; best bargains ln Virginia. I pay your rallroad fare, Writo for freo catalogue. Addross ? J. R. ELA.M. Box '"57. Charlottesvllio, Va._, iloomfi^liraliTeb.-" WANTED, 1JEATED ROOM, WITH board, for middie-aarod gQntlomati, AiLUreaa B CI, caro Tlmus-Dl.paJ.ch, DAILY PUZZLE W.bat letter of the alphftbet? ANSWBlt TO YtZaTiaillSAfa ri'Z7,LB. I'eiii. &tal ?state ?Hantcfc. WANTKD, PARTY TO BUILD HOUSE at WesthamptOn; they to furnish lot nnd I to p:iy 37." l"*r rnunlh rent until property ls paid f..r. Thls rc.n f-'ii must Include Interest. House to com 55.000 to 10.000. Address A 671. mre TImeii-Dlspatch. iiuUSE wanted " i or ~cahh7"tkn; to twelvo room/', Grace, Frankiin, Park or Grovo Avenue. between Hrr-t and Dombardy. Addrenn BCYER 383, enre Times-Dispatch offlce. &cal Cstatc fou ?\cnt. FOR RENT, ri20 NORTH TWENTV , thlrd Strcet, modern, new. clglu 10..I.1 .iv.-eillns-. Iiniiicdiiitf- p^isses jSSoaufcins. . WANTED, BOARDERS FOR 8ECOND story front; also table bourdcrs. 203 i; > y Grace. La!:<SE, HltIOH'r"Ar-D^TTfiACTIV13 roonis for rent, wlth or without boar.l. E.-asonable rates. Refer? ences rcoulred. 412 North Elghth Street. 'Phonw Madlaon .560._ 3toqih?-fot ftcnt. '.VIIEN iOU COMfc; TO RICHMOND stop where you can get a clean. comforuble bed for 50 cents; ccntra! reflned neighbo.-hood; froe uso of 'phono and bath. Excclleni mealn served next door. No. lOtJ-j Eait Clay. LA RG Ei; FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. for three or more persons; also oth? er rouniH. cheap. 710 East Frankiin _ Street. FOR RENT. FOUR OFFICE ROOMS, corner Scnvnd an.l Rroad. Apply a*. FAMOUS CLOTHRTO CO. FOR RENT, NEWLY FURNISHED loomu: use of b.-.th nnd 'phono. 211 Eaai Maln, 'Phone Madlson 7S37.-L) NICELY I-X*I'NISiIKD~lto6jis. ^RONT ond h;? k MI Eagt Clay. .Ifiats Jfor jfont^r N i'' i -: L v' 1 -*t ? i: .v i ? 111 ;i >' ^"r'oom's. l'tof and ? <jld water; entlre lower flat. three rooms. kltchen. pttntry; rent cheap or exchanga for board. 1101 ?>.at Clay Str.c*.. Use 'phone. feituatums, $3rotc?(Sional. 7 X. i; or'aiiL'aTE OF GOOD CCTCLftoB desires position ln publlc or private schooi; college branches nnd music t:. li-xht. Wrlte promptlv. MISS WILLIAMS, Spotsylvanla. Va. .Sfor gfait. LrUR N T "" WI l EA T.?AN OT i IE rt^XR" load burnt wheat. $1.50 per 100 pounds; cheap; good feed for cliick ens. W- J. TODD, -126 North Slxth Street. TOMPkTns'S ENTIRE bTOCK ruYs. blcyclo part.s, housohold goods. etc, will be hold at public auctlon datly, 3 an.l 7:30 P. M. Seats for ladies. 207 West Broad Street. MOTOR CAR AT A BARGAIN!? \VK havo for sale a 1309 6-cyllnder, 6 pa isongor touring car. whlch was taken in trade for a iuio cnr. This car has been repalnted and thor oughlv overhauled at the foetorv. Address COMMERCIAL DEPT.; E. R. Xli.-nms MotOr Co.. Buffalo, N. V. Wanted.vTO sell~a~<;p.kaVbah" galn. in a good manufacturlng busi? ness for cash. Don't lope no tlmo. A bargaln for >-...[. Address C 613. v caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. FOR SALE. TWO EXTRA FINE mounted elk heads; can be seen ln Riehmond. A 57S, care Times-Dis patch. MAHOGANY - PIANO CHEAP FOR cash. Apply qulckly; leaving clty. 2ol jNorth Twolftli Street. FOR sale; fobty.: GBNUINE:U S. McClellan saddley. RICHMOND HAR NESS CO, lti North Elghtecntli Street. TIIK CLOTHING STOCK OF SCHATZ, Joseph .t Marks. 58S Broadway; New York, up-to-dnte tnllors, Is now l.eing sold at r.?j?- on the dollar at the FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.'S. Second ami Broad. Come carly and secure a bargain. JUST PUT ON SALE DRUMMEIVii sample trunk of overcoats. Original cost, Jflf. to 525: our price. SS to $12.50. JACOBS'S LOAN OFFICE. FOR SALE, 25 NEW GENT5' SUITS.' costing upward to $20; our price. $3 _ t0 $11* _ JACOBS'S-LOAN OFFICE. WAG ONS i~W AG ON S7~W AGONS! LET us supply your wagon wants. V.'o have them from $75 and up for every use. Easy terms. New reposltory. 731 East Cary; factory, 120 South Elgjlth^_A. MEYER'S SONS. WAGON S AND rBUGGIES TO SUir you at RICHARDSON BROS.. 615 Brook Avenue. GASOLENE. ONLY" 15C^'HE~GALl6n~ af SCOTT'S OLD MARKET DRUG STOKK. Automobllcs furnished at _lc less._ NATURE'S OWN BEVERAGE?LIGHT, sparkllng. refreshing, pure; 5 gal? lons. 25c, dellvered?Hollj- Springs Lithia Water. 'Phones: Madlson 6232 and 5621._"_ IF~ Y"OU WANT 6C-METHING DELI^ clous, nsk your groeer for Smlthfleld sausage. gs :. . ? i ?? Motitts. l'ffE^^'LOTIllNG^T'di5l-;''6"F sch"at? Joseph & Marks. 583 .Broadway, New York. up-to-date tallors, ls now being sold at 50c on the dollar at tho FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.'S. Second and Broad. Come early and secure a bargaln.- _ A TABLE 'AND^fEDICINAL WATER without a peer?flve gallons for 25c, dellvered?i-Iolly Springs Lithia Wa? ter. 'Phones: Madlson 6232 und 5621, 'FlTE~.*^ElJ'ETroE"NT MAN IH THE ono v*ho has lald away somethlng out of hls earnings, Doposlt vour savings In the FIRST NATIONAL BAKK OF RICHMOND, a strong, safu lnstltutlon. backed by $2,000,000 cap? ital and prollts, and become lndepen dent. Threo por cont. Interest al? lowed. Bemklng houso No. 1104 East Mqln Stroet. WANTED, THE FU^Llb~'o"lcNo"w that Jahnko Bros., Jewelers. 012 ?J3aat Main Street, buy, Bell, ex -cliaiigo and remount dlamonds. ln tho lutest stylos.. Old gold and sll ver loken ln exchange. Coal ano WLotib. ^r?JOD^^IA^ir^^RNS^^AN]5 3lVE? hoat; with dampar turned, glvea moro hout and luHts longor. Whon draft iu on half of hoat goes out chlm ney. l have the right lilnd. LONG'S, 'Phono MonroQ 1320, IJcraonolj.. niCI I mond n K t-iNING COMPAN v, Ji09 East cary Street. Clty Cont'.n.' (?_*' I5"1"' nnlmnls removed at oflct! - hono Moriioo 3027. Buyers of tnl low and bonea. THE CLOTII.INa STOCK OF RCIWCZ. ?*6B-ph f Marks, r,ss moadway. New . orh. up-to-date tallorr.. Is now kiWJvft-* f., !U" nn ?"'' <"-"ar at Uio FAMOUS CI/jthing CO.'S Second and Broftfl. Come carly and BOCttrfl a hnrgnlii. HUMAN HAIR "BOOOIIT AND BOLD ttt HUOHBS'B aoa North Thlrd. ' 01 LLETTE BJ lADEfi :".. ? " j io/kn' Take yOtlr Old hlnde-i to MILLER'8 DRUG STORE. Blfl Easi Broad" and havo the Bharp-0 Company make tnem better fhan new. f-.'.tr ; ..-??-.. v.-.".'.??"?.?.:?? ? ,,,, WBmtta. WANTED, FURNITURE AND IIOU8K hohl effects tr> sell at auction. im medlate returns. MAYO 8ALVAGE CORPORATION. 1102 Eant Main. 'Phono Madlson 73l?. \v.\ n;j t;i>.~ro"hecur t . a \y ici :k ly ntipplv of butter from party ln the country. Address 210 Wcst Main Stnet. WANTED, 1'O'il* cilTM.'RHN TO HKND pnpa or iiiatnma t<? OLD TOY TOMP KINS'fl suctlon sales daily, WANTED. TO BUT FOR CASH, HOUSE" hold goods in any quatitlty. Th.iio Madlson 3S51. iflt_.;eIIancous. FUNERAL DESIGNS. *1 TO $3. M. A WHITTY._ FOR MAN OR BEAST. FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONE LINI mont. Over forty years" test proves it tho best. 25c a botUw at all drug? gists. _ POLK MILLER QUARTET. RECORDS NOW ON SALE. COME ond hear them. Better than tho original. C. B. HAYNES tt CO. SHOE REPAIKING. 75C. HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES: LA dle3'. 60c. Every pair fow.i1, Bent leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Main. 'Phono Monroo 2667. Will send for shoes and return. _' BUCHANAN'S NIGHT sJCHOOL. BOOKKEEPING. CIVIL SERVICE branches and elocutlon. 908 East Clay Stroet._ iflmmgs". NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCK hclders.?Ttc annual meetlng of stockholders of tho Llfo Insurance Company of Vlrglnia will be held at the chlef olltce of tho company, on Broad Street, between Nlntn and Tenth Streets. In the clty of Rich? mond, on WEDNESDAY. THE 2ST11 DAY OF JANUARY, 1310, at 12 o'clock M. Tlie stock transfer books of tho company will be elosed from thls date untll tho 2Sth day of tho pres i nt inotuh. E. D. HARRIS", S< cretaty. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE' Btockholdera of tho Rlclimond Trans-1 i ;? Company will be held at thelr i ofllce, S0D East Main Street. at 12 j o'clock noon WEDNESDAY, FEBRU-I ARY *'. 1010. W. T. DARDEN, Secretary. THE ANNUAL M~"~1~Wng OF TlIE stockholders of the Jefferson Rcalty i Corporation will be held at tho Jef-J ferson Hotel. Richmond. Va., on WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1310,' at 12 o'clock noon. O. F. WEISIGER, Secretary. ' B. F. Johnson Publlshing'Co., January 4, 1010. thi: regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the B. F. I Johnson Publlshlng Company will bc i held at the offlces of tho company ln 1 the citv of Richmond, Va.. WEDNES DAT. FEBRUARY 2, 1010. at 1 o'clock P. M. E. L. PELL, Secretary. T11E ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Rruthcrhood of St. Paul will tako plaee ln St. Andrew's Chureh SUN? DAY'. JANUARY 23, at i P. M. Ree tors and superintendents are asked j to lnvite all boys in the chureh un? der fifteen years of age. Rev. Wal tcr R. Boivle will address the boys. i R ECU LA II MONTH LY M E E T I N G, | United Commerclal Travelers of | America. THIS (Saturday) EVENING nt 8 o'clock at Smithdea] Hall, corner Ninth and Broad Streots. Visiting mpmbers rordiallv invited. D. D. MacGRE'GOR. Secretary. __.i_j.re to i_?top tn _?trgtnt'a. THE JEFFERSON, Richmond, Va. The most niagnificent Hotel in the South. European plan. Rooms single and en suite, with and without baths. $1.50 per day ancl upwards. Spacioiis sam? ple rooms. Booklet on applica? tion. - , Table d'Hote Dinners Saturday and Sunday evenings 6 to 9 o'clock, $1.50 each. STATE ADOPTION OF HIGH SCHOOL Text Books.?At a meetlng of tho State Board of Education, hold on January 7, 1910, an order was en tored authorlzlng tho secretary of tho Statc Board of Education to ad vertise for bids in the matter of the selectlon of text books for hlgh .schools for a term of not less than four years, beginning August 1, 1910. . , In accordance wlth the provlslons of sald resolution, I hereby glve no tice that on or boforo APRIL 16, 1910, ut 12 o'clock noon, at tho ofllce of tho Stato Board of Educa? tion, at Richmond, Va? sealed pro posala will be recelved for supply Ing public schools of tho Stato of Vlrglnia wlth text books for use ln tho hlgh schools of tho Stato as provlded by law. Such proposals are requested on both tho Blnglo Ust plan and. tho multlplo list plan, and should atate tho priees at which each book oitered will be sold to tho ohildren or putrona of tho schools and tho exchange prlcea \ where such book . shall take the place of a book now in uso. '_A circular glvlng a copy of the lawi under which thla adoptlon is made and other partlculars will bo malled on application. The right ls rosorved to relect any and all bids. Glvon undor my hand thls 15th day of January, 1010. _, . . c _ ' S" ?\ STEARNES. lEBflKE tl TH Ai HIS FBIEHOS ^ffoits al. Liberty CaMcd "Con liiiuotis Pcrformancc in Habeas Corpus." :IRST TRIAL A DISGRACE riinc and Karly Life Rcyicwcd by Attorneys Seckitig to Amend Law. RochCstcr, N. Y., January 21.?The ffort-i that have been mado to securo hc llberatlon of Harry K. Thaw from he. Mnttcawan asylum nre Hcathlrigly ebuked by tho speclal commltteo on ho commltmcnt and dlschargo of tho rlmlnal insane, ln a report reconnnond. ng to tho thlrty-thlnl annual mcot ug of the Now York Bar Association n amendment of the habeas corpus Av-'. Tlic report, referrlng to ThawV iftorts io guln hls llborty, says; "N" itronger lllustratlon of tho abuses of >ir system of crlmlnul Jurisprudohcc nn be had than by rceallhig the elr tumstarices of thls case." TIih'.v':: flrst trial Is descrlbed os a 'disgraccful farcc," and his effurts to rain his liberty aro descrlbed as n 'continuous pcrforniance ln habeas ?orr.u:,. The amendment to the lajv whlch hr. committee suggests would make It >cfcsible for a person conflned in a prl ? ate asylum to apply for a wrlt of labeas corpus at any tlme without uipportlng aflldavlts, but would re lulrc an Inmate of a Stnte hospltal 'or thc Insane or for Insane convlets )r crlmlnals to subniit a verisied petl lon wlth the certlflcnto ot two qualt led medlcal examlners ln lunacy who nust certlfy that the Inmate socking lla releasc ls insane. The report recommends the aboll lon of thc defense ln murder of tn ianity. "The polnt wc make," wrote tho com nittre, "ls that however legally right inder existlng legal conccpts, it is eally wrong. soclologlcally wrong to Ind a man not gullty on the ground if lnsanlty." Thaw's crime and hls early life are evlewr.d ln the report ln scathing erms, and the members of his famiiy vho havo aldcd ln hls habeas corpus irocccdtngs aro rcbuked. in refer Ing to Thaw. tho report says: "A youthful debauchee, of great vealth, tralned to belleve that his nonev gave him a right of frcodom rom all rcstraints, whether imposed iy law or thc rules of decency, inhcr lin^ an abnormality of mind llkely to levelop into homlcldal acts, leadlng dobased and ignoble life, without a hought of tho rcsponsibllitles which vealth Imposes upon Us owner, com nlts"a foul and coward ly murder ln n mbllc resort. H he were sane, there ould be no escape from the pcnalty of leath. His only defense is lnsanlty. Vfter a long and scemingly neodless leli'.y?and dtlays in haling murderers o the bar for trial bring tho adminis ration of the crimlnnl lasv Into dis cpute?he is brought to a trial. which. ,v reason of the manner in which it s conducted, degeneratca into a riis rraceful farce, and a confused jury indq Itself unablo to agrec. "A seeond trial. conducted properly .nd with dlgnlty. results in a verdlct if acqulttal on the ground of lnsanlty. ind thereupon the prlsoner ls sent by he court, as requlred by the State, to i Stato asylum for the crlmlnal Insane. vhence he plans to get free upon suc cs'ive wrltB of certiorarl. for whlch ie proposes to apply ns long as his mrse wlll permit hlm to pay uti icrupulous experts, for. to the shame if tho medlcal professlon be. lt spo ten the exnert who at one tlmo sweurs iim' out of jail on an oplnlon ot in ;anltv nttempts at another time to ?wcar'hlm out of the asylum by an ipinlon of sanity. "So forgetful are the murdcrer s fani lv of thelr duty to society. thelr obll -ation to uphold tho law. that they aid ind abet tho plot. and instead of leav ng him to his fate. as It is their duty 5s cltizens to do, they claim, forsooth, hat ho ls an object of persecutlon. It s a mero questlon of tlme and money kvlien this partlcular lmirdcrer will be -et free to direct hls homicldal incli lations against some othor citizen wlio lias already fallen, or may hcreafter -omc, under his disploasure." CI1IZEI IS DEM Mountain Pionecr Passcs Away at Age of One Hundred and Fifteen Years. [Speclal to Tho Times-Dispatch. I Big Stone Gap, Va., January 21. Word has been recelved hero that Sam uelSalycr, perhaps tho oldest citizon of Virginia, waB found dead ln bed at hls home, near Dooley, thls county, a few days ago. Mr. Salyer's exact ago is not deflnitely known, though ho wao supposed to be 115 years old at thc tlmo of his death. This g-ood-natttred pionecr of thc Virginia mountatna spent hls life ln r.omparatlvo poverty, not realizlng that lils possesslons wore worth mllllons of dollars. Ho at ono tlmo?and hot so many years ago?owned tho entire noundary of llno ?ai lands lylng around tlie town of Norton. In those days he had not tho least tdea of tho value of hls possesslons, and dlsposed of thom for a niere trlilo as "mountaln land " The property iu now the econo of Immense mlnlng and coke making operatlons, und tho owners of tho property nre. among tho mlllloncilres of this country. Even In hls oxtreme ago. halyer had a vlvlfl momory of long ago, and ro counted inoldents of the War of 1812 wlth much Interest. Durlng that tlme he rode twenty niilcs horsebacfc to see soldiers of the Amorlcan Army. Ho told of a tlme when all the mountaln re-ions of Southwest Virginia were teemlng wlth wild beasts. and whon tho red man dottod tho valleys wlth ^-BaTyer'Vas of Irlsh descent, belng _ aon of one of two brothers who camo to thls country from. North Irelund isn vears ago. Tho Solyers sottled at whaf s 1 nown a, Salyorsvllle. Ky., ?nd tounded that vWW^ . Tfor flfty years Samuel Salyor wns ? mmrlstralo In Wlsa county, and so unerrlng was ho ln hls jticlgmont that he became known by local membor8 of the bar os ".Supr-sme Court" Salyor. He wns an exeellon-t Judge ot law, nnd nn dot'lsloii b>* hlm was over rcvorsed. Tintil reoently he wns ablo to veuil sji*W-.iha..ai4 ?*UtTlaaaep*aMji-JW? Ior th cltlckc help liim make more money. Grelder** Poultry Boolc eotH.-in? nnd paffM of ju?t tlie Inforinntlon ihe poultryutan tieeds, 30 linudnoinc colored pt_t<_ dhotvlap pure-hred ? tcck, jv) lllu.tfatlotij descrlbing 6J snrleticu. 'Ihc boolt 1$ full of practical h*lp, galtiwl ilitoojli ar.tunl -spfrletico 00 Ihe Inreent poultiy farm to _ ennsyl.iinla. It tella now and ?li?re 10 buy atock. rpsi, Iticttrmiora and tuppltej nt r'Asooiitile prlceii. Dou't niis* tliis chance. Write for thla hook to-day. Send tec to cover pouajje, malhnr;, etc. n. H. GREIDER, BOX 103. RllE.MS. P.. joycd goOd health. llo ntirlhuted hls long llfe to havlng llved itt tlie. open and close fo nature. Mr. Salyc,. ls survlved by several childrcn, one of thom helng a mlnlster of the gosp-1 oC tho Soutnern Motho dlst Chureh. Another of hls children. Colonej ].. n. Salyer. a yeteran of Ihe Confederate Army, of Whltoshunr. Ky.i ls now more than olghty years old. tlestcr'n Statement. Nevv Orleans, La., January 21.?See. retitry i-lester's statement of the world b ! vl.lbie supply of cotton, issucd to I day, shows the total vislble to bo 4,SG8,625 bales. against 4.?>::3.71 S last i week and n,-6n.5?r last year. Of thls i the tnlal of Amerlean cotton ls 3JB2. I ti_5, against 3.S0..71S last week and I, r.2f?.r>67 last year. and of all other kinds. Including Egypt. Brazll, lndla, I otc. 1.21G.O00. against l.i:i2,000 last week and 1.031,000 last year. Of the world's vislble supply of cotton. there Is now alluat and held In Great Brltain and Contlnental Europo, 2,585,000, against 3,207.000 last year; ln Egypt, 220,000 against 2H7.000 last year; ln lndla. .".37.000. agaliisl 217,000 last year and In tho United States, l,5li_,000. | against 1.713,000 last year. GinnerM' Rcport. Momphls, Tenn.. .lanuary 21.?Tlie rcport of tho Natlonal Olnncrs* Asso? ciatlon. Issued to-day. saya: Complete returns lndicate there has been glnned up to .lanuary 11. 1010, 0.755,000 bales. The followlng are the ligtires by States; Alabama. 1.021.000: Arkansas. 052. 000; Florida. G1.000; Georgia. I.S23.I100: Loulslana. 2.71,000: Mlsslsslppl. 1.023. 000; Mlssouri. .','.000; North Carollna. 611.000; Oklahoma, 52^,000; South Car? olina. 1.10S.000; Tcnnessee, 227.000; Texas, 2,378,000. Kcvlcvr of 'I'rnile. New York. January 21.?R. G. Dun & Co.'h Weekly Revlew of Trade to morrow will say: "Tho dtsturbarices in Wall Street are appa.rently wlthout effect on tho in? dustrlal and trad.. sltuation. whlch. nieasured by tlie best tests. contlnues in a healthy and actlvo condltlon. "A further p.erceptiblo broadenlng of demand for pig iron is noted at many ieading centres, On the whole. there Is marked liuprovement, wlth baslc and Bessemcr grades attractlng tiiuch attention. There Is ovidenc that the rallroads are holding back considerablo nev>- business. although car orders at the West are qulte lib? eral. aud sovoral large contracta are pendlng. "In the primary dry goods market house sales aro ln progress and tho break ln the cotton market made no I chango ln jobbing priees. Buyers of cotton blankets and other nappod goods of a staplo character are oper? ating freely at an advance over a yoar ago. and stocks In all parts of 'the country nre reported to be well clean ed up. Hoslery and underwear aro in better demand, and new fall lines in cotton dress fabrics are bolng bought freely. Trade is llght; ln glnghams somewhat better. and In bleochcd goods steady. Cotton yarns are dull. worsted yarns steady anil woolen yarns steady but qulet. "Stippletnentnry ordcr3 for sprlng shoes are in xuh; demand, and manu facturers regard the outlook as prom islng. The leather trado contlnues dull." Movement lo Incorpornte AmlierMt. Amh'erst, Va., .lanuary 21.?A move? ment Is on foot to have tho villago of Amhcrst Incorporated as a town. This has been attempted several tlmos bc? fore, but ln each Instanco suftlelent opposltlon has developcd to ch'eck tho movement. Thls tlmo, it is sald, to bo practieally tho unanlmotis desire of tlie citizens of tho town that lt bo Incor? porated. A petltlon asklng for thls will he presented to .ludgo Gordon, of the Amhcrst Clroult Court at tho next term. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. IiL ADMISSION. 25c SATURDAY FREE The Valentine Misseunv ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. Cpcn daily from 10 A. M. to 5 I*. AL Adoilisioj 25c. F.ee0n Saturday ^-RaflroaDff. RiclmioEa.FredericWi&PotoiacR.R, TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. Leave litohinond Arrive Richmond ?1.30 A.M. Main St.Sta. ?l.fiO A.M. Byrd St.Sta. *5.?0A.M. llyrd St.Sta. "7,10 A.M. Muio St.Sta. H7.16 A.M. Byrd St. Sta. ?i7.30......Maio fit. 8U. ?8.10A.M. Byrd St.Sta. ?19.01 noon Byrd St. Sta. ft.OOP.M. Byrd St.Sta. 84.16 P.M. Ellm Station, *fi.lfi P.M. Main St.Sta frS.SOP.M. Ryrd St. Sta ?7.S0A.M. ByrdSt.Sta. 11.85 A.M. ByrO St.Sta. ?1.10 P.M. Main St.Ht?. *_._0 P.M. Byrd St.8ta. ?7.16 P.M. ByrdSt.Sta. -7.35P.M. Main St.Sta. ?9.10P.M. Byrd St.SU. +10.09 P.M. Main St.Sta. tlO.25 P.M. Byrd St.Sta. 10.35 P.M. MuinSt. Sta. *1.10nlghtByrdSt.Sta. ACC0MM0DATI0N TRAINS-WEEKDAYS. IieaTB Byrd St. Sta. 1.30 P. 11. for Frederlcksuorfr. Lea-e Elba St... 7.50 A. M.,6.80 P.M. for Aililand. ArrlTO Byrd St. Sta. 8.-5 A.-._om Frederickjb'if. Arrlre Elba Sts. (i.40 A.M., 6.30 P.M. from A.uland. *DalIy. fWoekdays. gBundays only. <jDally exespt Monday. All trains to or from Byrd Stroet Station (oxcept trains leavlng 4.50 a. m. and nrrivine 1.10 night) stop at Elba. Time of arrlvals ana departurea not cuaranteed. Read theeleno. -tEABOARD AIR LINE. Southbound trains eclieduled to leave Richmond daily -:10 A. M.?Local to Norlitia, Ralelgh. Charlotte, Wilmingtcn. 1:18 P..M.?Slscncr- and coachea,' Atlanta'. tilrmln.ham, Savannafi. Jacfc tonvill- and Fiorida polnta. 7:40 P. M.?To Flor? ida pouiU 10:12 V. AI? 10:45 P. M.?Sleepera und coachei S_v_ui_li. Jacksonvllle. Atlanta, Blr mtnghatn and M-tnpliis. Northbound trains sclied uled tff-rrive Richmond daily: 4:20 A. M. 7:00 A. M, 7:25 A. M.'i 5:05 1>. M.. 5:10 l>. M d? A A-^A Will buy a nine-room corner brick VP ' iSfK V house on Hanover Street. d? A 00(1 Will buy a good eight-room house vP^UUU near Seventh and Clav Streets. near Seventh and Clay Streets. POLLARD & BAGBY _&cnt <?$tatc for Ss>dXt. __. ET.EVEN BIJILDtNG LOTS in Park I'ln.-o, at prices below thn mar? ket. Como qulck and thus get the cholce oner. Must go to sol.tle up a copartncrshlp. EDWARD S. ROSE CO.. Agents. No. 11 ,N\ Eleventh Street. &aa?mD5. Southern Railway. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. N. B.?Following schedule figures publlshed as informatlon and not guaranteed: 6:20 A. M.?Daily.?Local for Charlotte. 10-45 A. M.?Daily?Limited?For all polnts Sonth. Pullman and Day Coaches. I 6-00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday?Keysville LocaL 11:45 P. M.?Daily?Limited, for all pointa South. Pullman ready 9:30 P. M. YORK RIVER LINE 4:.*-0 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?To West Pt, connectlng for Baltlmore Alon., Wed. and Fri. 4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2*1*-- P. M ?Mon., Wed. and Fri.?Local to West Point TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. Krom tlie South: 7.-00 A. M., 9:30 P. M., daily: 8:40 A. M.| Ex. Surf., 4.10 P. M. Daily (Local). From West Point, 9:30 A. .Nf.. daily; 10:15 A. AL, Wed. and Fri.; 5:45 P. M., Ex. Sun. S. E. BURGESS. D. P. A? 920 E. Main SL Phone Madlson 455. Riehmond and Petersburg Electric Railway Cars leave Manchester. Seventh and Perry Streets, for Petersburg: ?6. 7. 8, *9, 10, lt. *12 P. M., 1, 2, '3, 4. 5. ??5:45. ?6, 7. 8, ???, 10 P. M. 11:00 P. M. for Chester. 12.-00 midnight tor Petersburg. Cats It.ivr- Petersburg, foot Sycamorc Strccc for Manchester: 5:15. 6:35, **7:1S. ?7-J5, 8:35, 9:35, ?10:35, 11-35 A. M? 12-35, -U-JS, 2-35, 3:35, *4:35. 5:35 6:35. ?7 35, 8:35, 9:35. ?10:40. tt:40 P. AL * Carrles baggage and express. ?* Limited. except Sundays and holidays. All cars from Petersburg connect with cars for Riehmond. Norfolk & Western Railway ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO'NORFOLK. Schedule in Effect January 3, 1910. Leave Byrd Strcet Station, Kiclimond, DAILY FOR NORFOLK: 9-00 A. M., 3.-00 P. M. FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST: 9.00 A. M., 12:10 P M., 9:00 P. M. Arrive Riehmond: From Norfolk?11:40 A. M.. 6:50 P. Al. 11:00 P. M. From the West?6*50 A. M.. 2-05 P. M.. 6-50 P. M. Pullman, Parlor and Slecping Cars. Cafe Dlnlru Cars 9. H. BOSLEY. W. B. BEVILL. D. P. A, RIcIimond. Va. G. P. A.. Roanoke Va.. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 9:00 A. \Daily?Fast traina to Otd Point. New 4*0 P./port News and Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Daily Local to Newport News. 5:00 P.?Daily. Local to Old Point. 2.-00 P.\Dauy?Louiaville aiid Clndna-iU Pub 11.-00 P./tnans. 6:45 P.?Daily "St- Louls-Chkago Spedal." Pullman*. 8-30 A.?Daily?Charlottesvllle. Week dayi? Clifton Forge. 5:15 P.?Week days. Local to Gordonsville. 1000 A.?Daily. l.'burg. Lex., C. Forge. 5:15 P.?Week days. To Lynchburg. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. Local from East?3:25 A. M.. 7:50 P. M. Through from East?11:40 A. M.. 6-35 P. M. Local troro West??8:30 A. M., 9-50 A. M.. 7-50 P M. Through?7:30 A. M., 2:45 P. M. James Rlver Line??8:35 A. M.. 6.00 P. M 'Daily except Sunday. Atlantic toast Line EFFECTIVE JANUARY 3, 1910. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. For Florida and South: 1:20 A. M., 8:15 A. Al., 7:25 P. M. and ?10:35 P. M. For Norfolk: 9-00 A. M., 3-00 P. M. For N. & W Ry, West 9.-00 A. 41., 12:10 and 9:00 P. M. For Petersburg: 1:20 A. M., 8:15 A. M., 9:00 A. M., 12:10 P. M . 3-00 P. M., *3-30 P. M? 6-00 P. M.. 7:25 P. AL. 9:00 P. M., and 11:30 P. M. For Goldsboro and Fayettcvlllc: *3:30 P. M. Trains arrive Riehmond daily: 4:40 A. Nf.-, 5:10 A. Al., 6:50 A. M., a7-05 A. M.. ?8:35. tt:40A. M. ??10:45 A. M., *1:20 P. M., 2-05 P. M., 6:50 P. AL. 8-00 P. M and 11*00 P. M. ? Except Sunday. ** Sunday only. a Except Monday. Time of arrlvai and departure and cotuicctiotia not guaranteed. _ C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A. RICIIMOND AND CHESAPEAKE BAY KAIL WAY COMPANY. Scliedule of electric trains to and from Ashland, stopping at Intermcdial* stations upon signal. Lv. Riehmond (Broad and Laurel Sts.): *fi.-05t>, ?7:10. 8:104. 9:10, ??10:10, 11:10 A. M? 1:10, 2:10, 3-.10A, 4:10, 5:10, 6:20, 7:106, 8:10, 10:10. lt:45 P. M. Lv. Ashland: "5:55, *7b. 8, 9b, 10. **11 A. M-, ?12 M? ?*!. 2, 3, lb. 5, 0, 7 &??, 9, 11 P. M * Daily except Sunday. ?? Sunday only. 6 Curnes baggage OLD DOMINION LINE FOR NORFOLK AND NEW YORK. Stcamcra Brandon and Berkley. Daily. Leave Riehmond (foot ol Ash St.) ...7:00 P. M. Leave Newport News .5:00 A. M. Arrive Norfolk .6:00 A. M. Coimccting with maln lins steameri leaving Norfolk for New .Yor;k daily except Sunday 7:01) P. M Faie: Between Riehmond and Norfolk, $2, in? cluding Btateroom bertli; meals, 50 cents. Trains via Norfolk and Western Ry. at 3 P. M. and Cbesapeakc and Ohio Ry. at 4 P M. also connect with New York steamers. Night lino steamers Brandon and Berkeley. stop at Claremont wharf lo land paasengera and on tignalilo receive tliem. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY. ? James Rlver by dayliglit for Norfolk, Old Point Newport News and all James Rlver landings. Steamer Mobjack leaves Old Donihuon whari Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:00 A. AI. Fare to Norfolk, $1.25; second class, $1.00; meals, 50 cents. Frelght received for all landings cn James River. Tickets on sale O. D. a & Co.'a office, 821 E Main St., or 809 E. Maln St. The Jc'ienon au 1 Alurpny'a Hotel. Baltimore Steam Packet Co. Equipped wlth wireless telegraphy. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Riehmond Daily except Sunday via. N. & W. Ry. 3:00 P. AI., Norfolk 6-30 P. AI. C. & O. Ry. 4-00 P. AI., Old Point 7:30 P. M. O. D. & S. Co. 7:00 P. AI. (one day in Norfolk) Vu. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. Al. (Alonday. Wednesday end Friday). Tickets at nll offtcea For staterooms apply to II. AI. BOYKIN. Agent, 830 Eaat Main Strcet. ,agfiQf?-nirei_rj__wffiBB Qffer tbe unsurpassed in Luxurious and Comfortable Ocean Travel , By the great 20,000 ton rteamen & MCARMANIAwJan.22,Mar.5 "CARONLV'Feb.ia 0 tjv Lugat bip-e-jcrevr iurbine ta _e WoiUl ^jm, * "SAXONIA" Feb. 5, Mar. 19 ^?V Twin-Screw, 14,300 ton? #5 v r?or P-il r'artioaMri and Rtitrvntiont tpply la -jf\-T^^ ^ *\ THE CUNARD STEAIWSH1P CO-. LhL ^ k^ ^.Jj^ . _--"_.?_-1I.I_.__.__ Ul?_._<__w\__i PVtli _/.__(whl- JI. r_r.Hl* __L_ ^"?^ a<\) ?.m y<___ Do?ton. Chk*g?,Mlno?vpolU, Phl_ndfl?tu*?flt. Ixhuj. -u" ?,"?"..____?,__?. T,.r,v.iti\ _tw_ ___________ __?> Y_ru__1 _______ San franctaoo, Torouw wtd U onttual. or Loo_l A_g*?H4. _$> S. II, UOWMAN, 708 IJn-t fllniu Street. ;. Suctioii -fealctf, VLW ?np. Hy Poliard & Bagby. Kenl Estato Auctloneern. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF FARM ON KINOSLEY ROAD, ABOUT TEN MILES EAST OF RICHMOND: FIVE-ROOM DWELL.ING. BEAUTt FUE LAWN. BARN. STABLE. ETC CONTAINING 81 ACRES, MORE Oll LESS. In exncutlon of a doed of trust datM November 1, 1007. nnd recordcd In clerk's oflico of Clrcult Court of Hen? rlco, D. B. .I82-A, page 176, T will soll by auctlon, In front of tho courthousn lu Henrlco county, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. 1910, at 12 o'clock noon, thc abovo mon tloned farni. adjoinlng tho lands ot Caulfleld. James Arbro, Ncll Ammons and als. TERMS: Cash. H. R. POLLARD. JR.. Trustee. I " 3 ??tr'forr fSalcsf. future 3Ba?5. McVelgh & Gllnn, Roal Estato Auctloneers. No. 1112 East Maln Street. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF The Two Brick Dwel lings, No. 2800 E. Marshall and No. 2302 E. Marshall In pursuance of the authorlty and dlrectlon contalned ln tho wlll ot .lohn Bowers, deceased, and ln obedienco to a deeroo of the Chancery Court of tlio city of Riehmond. entcred January ?I, 1S10, ln tho sult of "Hannah L, Logan nnd als. vs. Virginia D. Meany and als.," the underslgned, substltutcd trustee, will sell at auction on the promises, on TUESDAY. JANUARY 25. 1010, AT I O'CLOCK P. M., FIRST?Tho two-story brlck dwell? ing known as No. 2800 East Marshall, Street, at the northeast corner of Mrfr shall and Twenty-clghth Stroots. Th? lot has a frontago ot twenty feot on the north line of Marshall Street anrl runs back between parallel llne3 151 feet to an alley twenty feet wlde.. SECOND?And lmmedlately after th* above Bale. the two-story brjck dwell? ing known as 2302 East Marshall Street. Tho lot fronts on Marshall Streot 19 feot 8 7-9 Inches and extendt back 117 feet to an alley. The sale of thls property is mad* to closo up an estatc, and it offers a chance to real estate buyers and in vestors and home-scekcrs to get some first-clnfls property. TERAIS: One-third cash and thc bal? anco of tho purchase nionoy in three equal lnstalments at slx, twelvc and elghtoen months. respeotlvjdy. from tho day of sale. represented by nego tlablo notes. wlth interest added froir. tho day of sale. tho tltle to bo rotalned untll tho ontlro purchase money shall bo paid and a conveyanco ordered b? the court. or for all cash, at the option of the purchascr. JAMES E. CANNON, Substltutcl Trustee. By Tho Valentine Auctlon Co.. Auctloneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF NEW GROCERIES, LARGE REFRIG ERATOR. MARBLE TOP MEAT COUNTERS. ELECTRIC SAUSAGE MACHINE, IIILL MEAT BLOCKS. COFFEE MILL, ETC. Byvlrtuo of a doed of trust duly recorded, in tho Riehmond Chancery Court. from C. A. Busch to mo as trus? tee, I will nell on the prcmlses, No. 1501 West Maln Streot, TUESDAY. JANUARY 25. commeneing at 10:30 o'clock, tho en? tire stock of Staple and Fancy Gro ceries, Clgars. ClK-arcttcs, Tobaccocs. all new and frcsh <roods, largo niul well-nelocted stock. Also ono flno Grocery, Glass-Front Hlll Refrig erator, AIurble-Top Meat Counters and Rack; Aleat Tools*. Iliil Meat Blocks, Electric Sausago Mochlnc, Moat Scales. Coffeo Mill, Electric Celllug Fan. Mc Coskoy Account Rcister, Cako Cans. Coltoo and Tea Canlstcrs. Showcases. Unexplrcd Llcense. etc. These goods aro all strlctly fresh and dnslrablo. Salo posltlve. TERMS: Cash. I JOHN B. GAYLE. Trustee. 1 THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.. Auctloneers. I By MoVelgh & Gllnn. Rcal Estato Auctloneers. No. 1112 East Maln Street. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF Three Brick Dwellings No. 608 N. 8th Street and Nos. 124 and 124K S. Fourth Street ln 'pursuanco of the authorlty und dircction contalned^n the wlll of John Bowora. deceased. and ln obedienco to a decree of the Chancery Court of tlio clty of Riehmond. entercd January 4, 1910. in the sult of "Hannah L. Logan and als. vs. Virginia D. Meanv and als.," tho underslgned substltutod truoteo, wlll soll at auctlon on the preini^es. on WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26. 1910. AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.. FIRST?The two-Btory brlck dwell? ing. known its No. 608 "North Elghth Street. Tho lot fronta on the west Una of Elghth Streot 21 feet 3 1-4 inches, more or lass. and runs back belween parallol llnes 120 feot to an alley, 20 feet wide. AT 1:15 O'CLOCK P. Af.. SECOND?Tho two-story briek tene ments known a.s Nos. 121 and 124 1-1 South Fourth StrooL Tho lot fronts on the west llno of Fourth Streot 37 feet, moro or less, and runs back be? tween parallol llnes 83 feot, Tho abovo property Is good Invest? ment real estato, anrl ls sold to cloa? up an estato. TERMS: Ono-thlrd cash, and thj, bul- ? ant*o of tho purchase monoy in thr>*s equal lnstalments at Blx. twolvo an.,' iiighteeti months, reapeec'Ivoly. froth; tlie day of salo. roprosentetl by tieg-o- ? tiable notos, wlth Interest added, from tho duy o/ salo, tno tltle to bo retalned untll tho entire uurchaao.money n'hair bo paid and a convoj-ancn ordered biy.. tha court, or for all i-a*h, at the oolfu-tl v?l' Uio. iiurchnser. . . ; JAMES '?-? CANNON. . Siibstltulud Truate*.