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Personal. GOVERNOR-ELKCT ANn MRS. ?' .IODOE8 mann wlll receive nt , thcir Inaugnral reception Ih the .rnansion ,>n Ttiaaday oVening from 6 to .11 o'clock, the oatlt ot offlce belng| fadmlnlsterCd nn the mornlng of that day. Thern hnve hccn BO mnny fatnotis iii.tugriirul ontertalnmohts ln the spacl ouk and hlstbrlc mahalon, sd many fam* 'oub men of thli Stati and ropyeaoiitB Ifivc nol only dlplomats hut merhberB of t'lie royal fnmllics of forefg-n conn-} 'trles thnt il. sociTIB that thc beautlful 'hOBpltalitiCB oi" Ih'- pasl wlll hut he I ?prophetlc of future brilllancy ln the hands of the nr?- reglme. lln Uouor ?f Mlw AVIIsun. ? Ml.?* WUIIb Wllson, whoso weddinc;. ko BurUsdalo L.it.iirop, of Rlcliniond, is . -to tako place early ln February, tvasj the guest of honor Wednesday at a .beautlful afternoon recoption ln thej iiome of Mr, and Mrs. Enoch Carver, Cliarleston. West Virginia, Mii^epj _llioi Carver. Ella Anderson nnd j ?Alrnetla McWhortor were hosteases of . he afternoon. ahfl In tho recelvtng llno j wilh Miss Wllson were Mlsses''Iielc'n Cathrop, of Rlchrrtond, aiul ,\lif-s Jlnt le Kdgar. of Scranton, Pa. The huud-I -ornc home of ihe CarVera was oliibor-| itely decornted in gold and green I ?hrottghout, siirl in tho dlnlng-room yol-l ow tullps fornied an cffectlvo oontre iei-e. RIlSSCS Elmfl Smlth, Katherlne I " <?-. Bllzabeth Teyton. Virginia Jarrotl, .lltinn i-nrver .-lii.i Kveleth MeCbnlhay) -.??1 in r'ccelvmg and servlhg the'] tneats. Mrs. Dan . Matbews poured | Ihocolate .ind Mra. l'rcd Boyce prc Ided at thc tea table. About ITifi guests called between I .nd B o'clock. Among them were: ?llsscs Elcanor Montgomcry and Hclcn ,athrop, of Riehmond. ?fostcsm nt Ten. Mlss Pearl Heck. of Raleigh. North "!arollnH, entertalned a few friends at . 5 o'clock tea piven at thc .Tefferson ?n Monday aftevnoon. Miss llcck v.if one of the attondants at tlie Cary ilecll weddlng. whlch was a fashlon .blo eveht last weok. ii ITonor of Mlan Tsancs. Mrs. John fikelton Williams enter alned a box-party at tho Bijou Thca rn last night ln honor of her sister, flafl Isaaqs. A hcautlfully appolntcd upper followcd the porfornianco ln lie jefferson Hotel. DecoratlOns were h pink and white rosos. 'o nice* nt AV?inntt*M Club. Mlas .lano Rutherfoord, presldent of ho Southern lndustrlal Edttcational '.ysociatlon in Riehmond, has called u leetlnf- at thc Woman's Cltib tliis af ernoon at half-past -l o'clock. This ranch of tho work w-as orlginnted itiong thc mcmber.x of tho Woman's 'luh who became lntcrcsiecl in thc ,*ork .ifter hearlng Mr?. Glelow's ad roFK ln thelr club some weekn past, ul all !adies |n tlie clty interested in ny way arc cordlally Invitoil to at end the meetin? to-day. There are numbers of white children ti the mountains and rcmote rural istrtcts ot our State, who have little ; ii" nienni of education. Thoy llvo , ? donsest Ignorance, and In must ases ti.o dlrci-t poverty :ind the ob eet of this worthy movement is to Im irovc econotnic conditions, tluis niak n~ good cltizens .iF well ns flttlng\l_j bem for thcir Kfework. nn\ thus inkiiijr tliet,, indopendcnt of assist ,n<-c and reelalmlng a number from rlmes that are the result of igno-! ao ,-ini-e ahd .-? hand-to-moiith oxlstenoe. | "^ ( ls I'opcii that a large number of the .-oinon of Rlchrrtond will attend the icetin- this- nfternoon. Hrv Trlliott Monored, Mrs. W. T. Broomc enterlalnod yes pTdaj- afternoon nt hcr home ln Nor iik ;it rt very pretty bridge party in : onor of hcr guost, Misa TalboU. of ychrnohd. There were thrcc tablcs, nd prlzco were awarded to Mlss Eml - Taylor! who was presented wlth a llyer plcture frame for the highest po.ro: Mlss friara Godwin drew tlio I onsolatlon, a dainty plcture, nnd Mlss albott was jrlven an exqulsltc ivi.il; atr as the guest prize. j Mrs. Broome's- guesls wcrc .Vri V B. Bt wi Ih MI Ih W Mi Wl Sti gr: ne: at An th NI Mi -Mi IT: Rc Cr sp we eai enl An SgyfJti Keadaches Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's Pills. Sugar-coated. Easy to take. Don't forget. Hyour Joclor laus this it over and over again Headaches. Biliousness. Constipation. Ayer's Pills. Sugar-costed. Easy to take. Don't forget. is all right, then say To Fully Enjoy Your Evenings at Home You Must Have a all Clu I unr at Pra o'ol has the tlan iissc bull App Al I Issu I daii Rob tak< ruai sity At M at 1: 20G calh M Bau Stre tern j air><. j M IVc' Sixty-eight years of continuous piano huild ing under the rare cif two generations of one famiiy has enabled us to pnxluce the best Piano of its time, fxild by its maker direct to thc home. Chas. M. Stieff, Manufacturer of the STIEFFandSHAW tbe Pianos wlth the sweet tone, 205 East Broad Street. Riehmond, Va. u iu Uis vlie IMC-Il 1 per. M I und i orcl KilOl latt trlp bon vall V for son frui KNEE TO ANKLE A Suffering Simply Indescribable ? Had to Scratch Till Blood Ran? Health Undermined from Lack of Sleep?Gave Up Hope but CUTICURA FREED HIM FROM SKIN-TORMENT i j About sevon years ngo n small abrn- : , gion appeared on my right leg just, above j _>iir_!__ myanltle. It. irritatod j mo so that I began to . ' scratch it, and it began ' lo spread until my leg i t from my ankle to the . 1 knee was ono solid ! i scalo llko a scab. The j irritation wns always i j worso at night ahd j , would not allow me [ , to sleep, or my wife elther. nnd it was oomrjletoly under mining our "hpnlth. I lost fifty pounds in weight nnd was almost out of rhy mind with pain nnd chagrin as no matter whero llie irrita? tion came, at work. on tha streot or in tho presence of companv, I wouid bave to scratch it until 1 had the blood "tinning down into my shoo. I simply ;annot dcscribe mv suffering during , ?hoso seven years. Tho pain," mortifl- I ?ation, Joss of sleep, both to myself and ' nfe is simply indescribabls on paper ' nd ono hns to experience it to know , i 'hat it is. <. "I tried al] kinds of doctors and U imedies but I mlght aa woll have irown my money down a aewor. They ould dry it up for a llttle while and flll i n ie wlth hope only to break out agaln | -A ist as bad if not worse. I had given I s p hope of ever being oured when I waa > n iduced by my wifo to givo the Cuticura I emedies a trial. After taklng the Utlcura Remedies for a little while I | t] egan to see a chango and after taking dozen bottles of Cuticura IJesoIvent, i conjunotion -with the Cuticura Soap nd Cuticura Ointment, the troublo had ntirely disappeared and ray ]eg was as na as the day I was born. Now after lapse of slx months with no aigns of a jcurrenee I feel porfectly safe in ex mding to you my heartfelt thanks for ie good tho Cuticura Remedies havo one for mo. I shall always recom nend them to my friends. W. H ?hite. 312 E. Cabot St.. Philadelphla, a., Feb. 4 and Apr. 13, 1009." Cuticura Jteroettlra ore sold throughout tbe world. Dttcr DniR * Chern. Corp.. Bola Props., Boeton. ftes. ar Mnllrrt free, 32-pigo Cuticura Bool on ie Care md Treatment ot t_o fikin. Hodge's, Mrs. Georgo Gbodrldgo, Mrs. anch Johnaon. Mrs. nichnrd Mcll ilnc, Jiif-s Carollne Oray. Mlss Hclen Ighes, Mlss Waddlll, of Riclimm'd; sa Talbott, Miss Oodwln, Mlss Annie tit-y, Mlss Emlly Taylor and Miss lllams. *. Jackson Entertalned. tffra; ls. ?/.. Lclter, of Washlhgton, 0 has aa her house guests Mrs. inewall Jackson nnd the latter's inddaughter, Mrs. Preston, of Ten isoe, aaked a company to meet thcm luncheon Wednosday. "he other guests were Mrs. Charloa derson, sister of Mrs. Taft; Mrs. nkinson, wifo of the Pecretary of ir; Mrs. Wllliam ,T. Calhoun. wife of ' -i new minister to Chlna. and houae' est of Mra. Dlckinson; -vtrs. Ilnndor- ? n. of Knglaml. whosc husband wrote : he Llfo of Ktonownll Jackson." nnd l io la Mrs. i.eitor's house g-uest; Mrs I chplas Anderson, Mrs. Beach Grant! j *s. John Wyeth, Mrs. Samuel Spericer, s. Nathaniel Shaler, Mra. .Tohn Haya immond, Mrs. John Tt. Williams, Mrs ibert XV. Patterson. Mrs. F B owninshleld, Mrs. XV. W. Wother ion nnd Mrs. I-Ierbort Wadswortli. drs. Jackson and her granddaughter re guests of frlonds ln rtlchmond l.v In thc wintor, nnd were much ertaincd during- tlieir stay. tliutl Meetlng-. eordlal Irivitatlon Is extended to interested ln tho Young- Women'a ist lan Association to attend the ual meetlng-. whlch wlll bo held tho association building, 709 Eaat nklin Street, to-nlght at S:30 ick. A most attractive program been arranged, and the speaker for evening wlll he Miss Agnew, sec ry of the Young Womcn's Chrls Association in Toltdo, Ohlo. This iclatlon'.haa just comploted a new ding, which ls very attractive. ronclilng AInrrluge. r- and Mrs. Eartlctt Boliing have ed c.'irds for the marrlage of their jhter, .Mlss Mary Field, and Dr. ert Baylor Shackelford, whlch is to | plare on Tuesday evening. Feb y S, at the chapel of the Unlvcr of Virginia. Home Thla Afternoon. rs. Ehiest Campbell Mencl will-he ome Informally in her apartments, Howitzcr Place, this afternoon to irs n t s o'clock. Isses Mary Barney and Sa'rah rjhman. of 0:2 Wost Frankiin et, wlll also be at home thls af 0011 at 4 o'clock. t.eigi.'s Ten. rs. Eghort G. Leigh, Jr., of 504 t Frankiin Street, gave a reception fuesday in honor of Mrs. Virgil p. dolph, of New York, who ia spend t.he wlnter ln Riehmond, The ;h home was decora-.eel with quan a of, flowers, a dilferent color idca g carrled out in oach room. One ie most attractivoly arranged spots tho oonservatory, whlch, wlth its ?ti lattlced walls, proved a most Uive hackground for lovcly bask of crimson cai-nivtions and South amllax, Tho dlnlng-room waa en ly in pink, wlth a Fre-nch hnsket mchantresa cnmatlons as a centre e, rs. Leigh recelved wlth Mrs. Ran >h und Mrs. Saunders Hobsori, Mrs. hard Evolyn Byrd, ot Wincheater. Mrs. John Skelton Williams pre d over the punch howl, and others stlng Mrs. liClgh Included Mrs. I ton Starke. Mrs. A. X). Williams, J Floronce Talbott, Miss Cally Ry I, Mrs. J. .lordan Leake, Miss i ?nee, Mlss Ella Oocke, Miss Charles I Ing, Mrs. Buek, Mlss Parko Taylor, I 1 Frances Myers, Mrs. John Skel Wiiii.iins, Mlss May Jones and i Ciirolyn Martin, Uosbl'r'a tnnl Variy. rs. Robert Boshor, of 2 Eat-i iklln Street, gavo a heautiful card y Tuesday evening in honor of hcr innl diiughter-tn-hiw, Mr. and Mrs. is liluion Bosher, who wero inar In Kovember. The guestH included i.inhi'i- of the young frlends of Mrs. Is lioshcr, and the girls wero ln 1 at 8:30 to play bridge. wlth the coming in nt 10 o'clock for sup rs. Bpshpr, gowned in black satin l.-i'-'-, wlth a i-ortrtge. bompiflt of ilds. rc-i.c-lviil wilh Mrs. J.ewls Bo ? in the front drawtng-rooin. Tlie or woro a whlto . aatin rowh iinod wlth polnt lace, and had a rpict of oichidH and lllles of the ey. ory attractive prl/.cs wc.i-o givnn iho ?higiic-Kt Hcqro-.at eaoli table. 10 of Uieiu helng- silver pIcturQ ncs, uiialut oia.,Eiit'll?h'j[iriiiU und < harinlng workbaga, Doebratlo'itii con- I slsted nf muiiy vriacs nnil bowls of I aprflig fiowers, vhlch woro effeetlvety niTunpeil lu tlie ?lKTofi.llt rooms. Unnllil.r jlleellng. The t'onfcile.iii . Mcwirlnl Llterary ? Society met yesterday at 11 A. AI. In j ihe C_i.--der_.to MuudUm, wltli Mr.s. Lizzle Cary Daniel lu iho ehalr, The n.'inic of Mrs. Kato Perry Mosher, or j <'ovlngtnii. Ky., wna uniioiinred aa thc) new regent of tlio Kentucky room, | und Mra. \v. ,i. Behan, regent of th? I Loulslana room. Two now tiiombcrrt I recelved Into tho society wero Mrs. J U*. ].. nrew find Mra. 1'oro. Mrt. AV11- | laiiison Talley waa choa.n ulternate ?ire-re**eiH for tho Maryland rooni. Itcllca prcsentnl lo Uio society In ilud.d a chr.stbnlng rob'ts und enpworn n Infani-y by Ooneral John ll. Morgnn, nd prosenteel \>y Mra. Ilctinlng through ?Ira. M. P, HaiTla; a platol captured rom Mnjor Hall, U. fc.. A? used by 'rlyato R. 13. GWathmoy, C. 8, A., who vas kllled nt Ueama's Stiitlon In 186_, .nd preaonted by Josej.li II. Clwath ney through Mrs. Jack Temple; n crap book prepared by thc slnters of i t .ewis Bremond, ot Norfolk, and glvoii | j he muKctim through Ll. T. Christlan. : Mlss Katc Mason Rowland waa ap- ' >oinieil chalrman of a commtttfo tol? inlte wlth tho United Daughters of ho Coiifeilerricy ln nrranglng for a. h nore formal niinual celebratlon. Mombera present Included Mesdamei lanlcl, ll. V. IOllyaon, i. T.. Kobinson, l. M. Gwathmeyi i".'. O'U. Cowardln, .T. I. Tlnibrrl.-ike. .1. B. Mill. tf. II. Yonge, ohu T.-foy. XV. II. Harris, Phlllp Tay. nr, N. V. J-andolph, W. K. Vawtcr, r. . Whlte, W. R. MIL'er, Mrs. Nathan ). Kller, president of the Stato 01 ialon, United Daughters "of thc Cori cderacy, aiul the guost of tho moet iic; Misses Betty Ellyson, Katc Ma3r>n towland, Ellen Jones, RI. v. Ilarrls, llnulc Baugliman, Kmma .jcott aud ully Anderson. Icelltig To-Diij-. Thoro wlll bo a mnottng of tho Man on y. XV. C. T. U. ln the homo of frs. XV, J_. Rallos. _17 Twcnty-third troot, nt 8 o'clock thls evening. rlgnde to l .u'.rrdil,, Thelr Frlenda. Ono of the pretty entertalnments of ls wcek will be that g-Iven In tho cturo room of Park Placo Chureh ?Iday night, January 28, at 8 o'clock, tho Park Placa Brlgade. Thls or nlzatlon of boys and girls wlllgather ound tholr camp/lro and enllv.n tho enlng wlth songs and rocltations. o sceno wlll be a camp in winter, y mcllow rays of tho moon falllns on tho snow, whlle the campflro i7.ca merrlly beneath the swlnglng ttle. The brlgade extends a cordlal ."itatlon to its frlcnds to bo present. lu nnd Out of Totvii. Mlss Mary Coles Carrington, who hat cn 111 for the past month, ls slightly proved. VIrs. James C. Smyth and hor mother, s. F. c. Meacham, of New York, left sterday for Norfolk, where they wlll the gucsts of relntlvcs for a fcv? >?.<?? Mrs. XV. F. Bcrry and two children, llian and Leelaiul, of liuston, Md.. he wl 25*3 I ler -S i Mr i dai Ladies' S-t.OO and QO OC $5.00 High Shoes. tP._-.0D Ladies' $3.00 and tf>"? QC $3.50 High Shoes. ?DI.O?) Ladics' S4.00 and ffO IA S5.00 Low Shoes. 0&, 1 J} Ladics' S2.50 Oxford fl?"ij OQ __sr:'sH'":ei;$L59 shS,f:..s2.'oo.,H:eh$i.29 -\li-s_s' $2.00 Button ff?f QQ Shoes. <$ I _?J_J n < se\ 3 vls Porter's Specialty Shoe Store, 217-219 North Fifth Street, Back of riialhimcr's. - Packed for Shipment on Short Notice. (Incorporated), 10 East Broad, Wrong Side Street, Phone Madioon 2..58JI Winter Clearance Sale I Dr. of thel Kh( Blcl fatl* her Of J ttio by, Tl tral B Ma; tho Sch to-< T tlfi; aud V hon Of 11 Oll Hoi I* : tor fon Niv Ath Ore X hon Mr.s wa; day Ma: of flCl! Fr liavi rliiK Lini rlnp l.tin Mru. Ioo a yeni 1. Srui Smi brli Smi Rev i 'li u Ch; Sliar of N daug Sta Augi value pervl The aido aiiini last ROS-O propi 000,001 b.r .' -llU'l .1 Bi Cart Tenl here puri exto towi oppc cilll*-, Into detiv grtn tho petll luetl trol iinm Says Miss Gertrutle Gntlin, of Tira berville, Miss., After She Had Taken Cardui For Her Pains. Tjmbcrville, Miss^Miss Gertrude Gaif in, of this place, wrilea: "I did not know Ihal anythins could itoii (he wofnailly pains i'roni wliirli I harl iiilTercrl for two years until 1 tried your voiitlcritil medicine; Cardui. "I had been troublcd with various fc nale ailmerita, but tliey wcrc cured in a itlie while, thanks to Cardui. "When T hear any of mv friends say hey feel bad I tell them to try Cardui. t is a blessing to womanhood." Not every medicine an bc depended n to cure a woman's ills. Not evey tonic will brinpr back woman's calth. Cardui, the woman's tonic medicine, ill do both, by thc.powrr of its iiniquc, pecific, curativc, strcnglhcning ingrr ients, csperially adaptcd for use in cases f female ailmctits. Composed exclusivcly of pure vegetable latcrials, with a gcritlc. i-trcnfrtheiiing rtion on thc system, Cardui is perfectly armless to young and old anrl can be :lied upon to have absolutcly no bad ter-effccls. Thoiisahda of thankful ladies iiave writ ?n to tell of the benefit (. ardtii lias been ) them. Why not to your* Will you try it? Please do. N. B.?Write to: Ladies' Advisory 'cpt., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat moopa, Tenn., for Special lnstruclions id 64-pagc book, "Home Treatment for .'omen," sent in plain wrappcr, on re icst. -o visUing- Mrs. B. J. Corkran, 401 W. aln Street. Mlss J. Branch Sutherland. of West race Stroet, and MI.is Martha Tv\ ltherland, of Hanover Avenue, are io house g-uests of Mrs Georgo S. u-nard, in Chcnt, Norfolk. Miss Mary Waddlll hns returned to e clty, after a vlslt to her sister, Mra. cnalcus Lankford, In Norfolk. Albert Kramer, formerly of Nortli irollna and Iately located in Rlch Dnd, hns moved to Baltlmore, whero i Js cngaged ln business. Ike fa'traiisp, of 405 Kast Clay Street. io has been underKolng treatment tho Wllllam Byrd Hospltal, la now provlng. Mr. and "Mrs. Georgo Home, of El son, have as thelr guests Mr. and s. Wllllam Foley and two little iightcrs, of Washlngton, D C. icorgo W. Murncy, of Suffolk, spent eral days thls week in Riehmond. Irs. Georg-e Wllson, of Staunton, ls iting friends In this clty. Pnttee?liaghy. tSpeclal to The Tlnies-Dizpatch.l illsvllle. vn.. January 21-The homo ot and Mra. .rohn n. Basby was tlio sceno a mtirrface Wcdncsdav mornlng, when ' r ^oungest datiKhter, Madao curry, wa3 ; in In marrlaffc to Boyd C. Pattee, of ! hmond. Dr. John n. Basby. tho brldo'a '? ler offlciatlnj-. Tlio brldo enter?d wlth tnatron of honor. Mrs. James Schultz. .Innchester, and wns met at tho altar bv groom nnd htH bost man. Hatcher Bac. a brother of tho brldo. 10 brldal party left on thc eantbound n for Riehmond and other pointa. Jcn-lugN?McCullocli. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch 1 luchaiian, Va., Januarv 26.?Mlaa j* Kllzabeth McCtilloch. a nurso of v .Home atl(1 Retreat Tnilllln pol, Lynchburg, was married here lay to .1 ls. Jenjilnga, of Lynehbui-jr. ho weddlng took place at the beau il country home of her paronts, Mi 1 Mrs. E. J. McCtilloch. ~?--????-~_ JVIvenS?IIocdc. [Special to Tho Times-Difipntch.] /adesboro, x. c, .lanuary 20.?Th. Jenrr ?, V' J- Hor,ne WM Ul? ?<=ne a protty homo weddlng thls after n at 2:30 o'clock, when Mlss Ina *ne waa unlted in marrlage to D N'y,enf* R?v.( T. W. Chambllss; pan - ?f ? ?c F1"t Baptist Church, per med the eeremony. Mr. and Mrs. ons lett on the 3:45 train over tha envllle? N C lhC'1' h0me' miley?Orndorft. lf_ocNt__k? Tvn Tll?es-Dlspatch.] \ oocis.ocK, vii.. .hinuany aft>?-Tlie i. Charles M. Orndorff. of Zepp, va., i the scene of . pretty weddlng & when thelr rtanghter. Mlss rfellle t?i_r%-7oarr,_d t0 u- vprnc mhw i ed " D* H* Rll0(Jes of ? ,^acy?''"'iiHden. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-CIgpatoh;] eaejlcksburs va? January :o.icard8 \ bnr\tllue,X '_*" U,t' *PP'-?achlns mar *! ?5JIrard 'r,,"":l"". Col. Tho roar ,?ien i. ^ P'm9 oarl--" in Fobruary. Misa ?ohn r r *:n -'""snter of Mr. nnd ir's ., '.?-=LT?dc'1- Mr* -Lacy has boen tcd at Grand Junctlon for tha past slx Smlth?<.,.,i ,|, u"nf ?,"' ?!? c- January 2?.?Curry ' ? Surllngton, and^riss Dalsio l"V'_*?.?&" mJ at tho homo of tho rc^>^om^^r^nfPt'St Koteen?sha perr. [Special lo Tho Tltoc v-DIsnnteh 1 uIottM-llle. Va., Janu.u-yPm-TU cn ment la announeed to-day of Mlas Pearl Zltkn? t- V,'Uy' an'1 Moyor Koteon, u/? ;e\.V ls", *Shilt>e*-o la tho aecond l.tor of Mr. ami M,K. i? shaperc. IsAKli VALtlKS IN AVCiVSTA. i rrepared bh B-IiTTrTr U'ax tory Showa ?Ik Inrrr.aite. [Spc=cial to Tho Tlnic-t-DisnaU-h.l uuton, va.. Janutry^sriSSiftftrfc of ?Sta county propared a' tablB oi >? for submlsslon ?, ,, B d f Su. sora as a ohsIb ior iav|,,_ tho tax levy. total taxablo valu.. f,r ' ^"county Ul ?'?J1'!1'Hn": ".".':" '3 taiod aepafataly. vo..r ot li''-'-^"''1- *?"> Increase over ?W'? '--?evam?"; UBO. oal",al|t"> or head taxea num vmis G_j'r A-WmTirtTiniANCK. ?llon a? <o ExteuMou of chase Clty ^vT'T'^^teh.] ^^o^n^j^m^ io town R^i_en' lo h?-lng l^-" red 1o thi ,?J',,,,,'la"1 defondanto ls. nd Tn, "u,ma on varlous "* ''udec scott sustainert '? reason that tho ' Mifilclontly what iiosed for tho con 1 of tho proposed ??fc'aa giv?n, h3vr~ and Jmprovei .} .dl?v tho cQn^ now and klnt mon IsVTl over, (o tin. pctlllonera to nmend thelr lielltliilia ln thla reaponl, n.nd the ludgo set th,. Bceohtl week of Mnrch for Ihe Ik nring. Tn.v .?ONT.-ll. V.ll.VT FIfVTIflR CI't'Y. oll I'oles Ke.im Cntnpnny From I'iMtlHK otneo )?? Anhevlilt. A-d._w.ta1 t%Tnr,'r,,n?l!:DJiipatoh.i 11 , i ... , ' ?. c- ?In-niuiry 26,?The i ?MU.L ...'.."*!***?*& Company ).nN Htrung j Atlanta, who aro now here. tl !f.*^_ pPOhlng wlll not eome. .ffle'inN, iSi'* _,'8 '""mated to tho clty oi? i, - 'al "1r> I'"s"" "*fty "l.l "?" '':?'>? /" all. btil eklrl li. unlesB ':', ''mi1 Vlx or $:| on each ot the rn-. i,_1"?.,1,'nrl i'01^ requlred to i'tT'LJ10 cl,y ,fl reBdnded, JI The Po? n,tl..^r. ???"??"nse<l to atliiig Its wlies ?'nn,r,?.-P? 1" of tho Ashevllle Telephone inrnPn ,-V. but ?UnfloJ' th<a exb-ttn* ordl . ... , woulfl not do away wlth ne poie tax on tlm telegraph company. -?-^-? . i \ ATTH.in*Tr.D TO WRI-Ck Tn.tl.V. ? A\','*!e Yoiillis Ar.c-.ted ln T.yuch hurK nn Serioaa (.hnrgo. FSpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 r?kynohburg', va., January 2..?riobcrt wason and ,\bbert Llndsay. whlle -?ottthti. wore arrested hero. earlv 16 'ay by Poiiihern l.n.ll\v.iy dotoetlvoH, ?harged wlth two scparato offenses ast Frlday .afleriionii t r. wreck trnln 16, tho Washington anrl Atlanta ex ?reas, nortlibouiiil.' nea.r Fall Croek, orty milos -.ouih of here. The voutha, vho work from eotton mill to*cotton nlll through tho South, rvere hound for 'ynohburgr on a frelght, and wore put ?Ir by the orcw whlch took tho aido. raclr. ? Thr hof., lt ls clr-.im.id. hurrled head of thr trnln ,-ind put nleeea of l*on, a niiartcr of a inilo apart, to vrock the. frolght. Tho mail traln an around tlie frelghr. and ran Into oth ohf-truction--. The pllot was roken, but tho traln tvaa not deralled. Maaon and L-lmlsay havo Impllcated wo othe_* yo-utha, who -wero arrosted o-day ln -N'orth Carollna. Chnrg^.l tVl.h Aw.aul.1ng Negro. [Spcela.1 to The Tlinrs-Dlapatoh.] Danvllle, Va., January 26.?Clinrl?n mith, John tVcll., Jr., ftnv Thompaon. >q. Thompson and Kelstor Talloy, all ve young whlto men, wrro glvon a rollmlnary trial in the Mayor',, Court ere to-day, charged -with havlng as mlted Wllllam Smlth, an agod hllnrt ogro, on Craighead Street, sevoral eelts ago. Wella aml fhnlth were oth aent on to tho grand Jury, whilo io charges against the other thrr.o cre dlsmlssed. Wella -wa. reloased -i ball. A BUSY DOCTOR ls olten del-yrd. Keep a bottle e( GOW _N*S PREPARATION Id the bome and b_ prepared Ior pnnirannia, c.oup, colds, couthj. irippe, palnj and soiv.e.s ln lanja and throat. L-ttrrn-] ard gives qtUck relief. All druffitts. 51.W, 50c, 25c. Detroit Jewel Gas Raages -_re a Sttrnmer N-cessity?So ?f? Alaska Re-rigoretora. ;c_s no higher than inferfor rnakea aud j don't e-tperlment >rhen you buy, aer. _as.G.JURGENS'Son, Sole Agents, ADAMS AND BROAD, tht ia th* Centro of Fureitum Di^-a-' Be II. Co vll i"l ln, ors& ugars Our rcputation is built on quality, and we spare neither time nor expense in maintain ng it. Our Mail Order Depart neiit offers you as complete i service as you can get by .ersonal selection. .LLChristian&Co., 816-818 E. Main St. ri ii-.a a quartoi* ot a mllllon -ITINOTON RED CEDAR SHINCl.ES ln translt from tho Paclllo coaat, a larg-e stock of thoso and othpr s of fihingles on hand in our ltieh d anrl Mancheater yards. Woodward & Son, lllEH, I.ATHH, SHINGIiES, SASH, noons, DI.INDS, ntb nnd Arch Sla., Richmond,-A'a. COUGHS< l,..l",?rn-OVi.ne *? y?urse" "nd others. rluiilnn ?l?"nfu!' I><-odticInfi lntcnso .l??_l???.f_the p.art8 a"e??d- Broii ? ?i_i-L" d6 ___u?,,wnt,y tho result (Cherry Bark) COUGH SYRUP soothing and hcallnit. Alluys Irrlta on, c^ars the volce. _*o__ not ?"?-_ o. One Uo.._ mlloves-one bottle ires. Wefluaranteo h. Tlueo il____! C, SOc and II.QO. " ?6 ?l-es POLK MILLER DRUG CO.. 834 East Muin. ' prc (icl Ktl flni ot of cot soti UIH sta wa r XVb she the U'i we: drs out bre ma. thu H Nut 1.110 wer <*ei( of Wa tho B ilC-l at o'oli tho aiaj tota gfoo D ry. n_;e, beir. ha bott Mtop aroi thlr a; t rict of r stall Pltz of f nles tlOilK h\tto\ Just nort tnko IIUI.ll Wi Amo Bona To .T. 1 llohi 1'Var lW. for lnfants and Children Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bought has bome tho slgna ttiro of CIhih. H. Flotchcr, and has becn inndo under hfs personal wipcrvision for over 80 years. Allow no ono to decclve you ln this. Counterfcits, Imitations and "Just-as-gdod" aro but Experiincuts, and cudangcr the health of Children?Experience against Expcriment. The Eind You Have Always Bought "? Bears the Signature of 0&5&U ln Use For Over 30 Years. UPHELD BY GOURT fContlnued From Klrst Page.) I'hat an inilependent lssTrcTTs'itTvoTvcd n the declalon of Judgo Hough in the r*anaraa libel caso, that of Ils effect in tho enforcemont of .stato penal laws ti localltles under Federal jurlsdlctlon. s recognized at tho Department or ustloe. Attorney-Ocneral Wlcker ham was not prc.parcv| to-day to say irhether or not an appeal from tho de Islon to tho Supreme Court wlll he aken. There ls another Indlctment endlng ln the Distrlct of Columhia, I ?rowlng out of tho same publieation* s thoso on whlch tho Indlctmont uashed by Judge Hough was drawn. ut Judgo Anderson, of tho Unltod tates Court at Indlanapolls, refusod -> order tha removal of th* dofnndant's 1 r.Mdent thero from that Stato to thls ? -irnless." said Mr.' Wlckcrsham. ! some of the defendants appeared vol ntarlly ln tho nlstrlrt, it would not -?om to he possible to BUbmlt to the erlslnn ot a i-ourt and Inry, the o,uom iii of whether or not tiie piihllcatlcuiH nder consideration wr-n. iihclous, un ? "?< .Iiids-n Hough's decision were ap caled from and reversod bv the Su ri.-me Court." MADRIZ ALSO OPPRESSIVE oIIimtIiir rt,?rly iu Pootctep- of y.e liiya lu Deallng wilh Opposltlon. Washlngton. D. C, >January 28.? otwlthatandlng hia prote?tations to .e contrary, dlspatchea recelved ut ie Stato Department from Managua idicate that Madrlz ls following close ? ln iho footsteps of hls predeccssor elaya, ln applylng oppresitlve ineas-' rca to stamp out any opposltlon to la rulc. A dlspatch received to-day atrs that seven additlonal arrest i J ere made yesterday, and that th? t! iprlsonmenl of tho con??rvatlv? clti- A ns of -Ciearagua la contlnulns-; c roops are constantly belng cnulppcd fl id started for the front to meet Ks- o adas advanclng army. | r, Tho tolegram states that Madrlz is absolute control of ull avenucs o'r ? mmuiileatlon, and that permisslon -s been refused to tho roprcscnlatlve. tho Associated Pre*s to vlslt the rhtiiiff zone. PATAX.I.Y siioots atlXER. **tilt of Bad Hloo,l That Hn* F.il.tcil ' Between I'nnipB. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch ] Roanoko, Va., Januray 26.?WiUtann h'her shot and fatalfy woundod A Parrott at the iloodwill Coa| and" ke Company'a operations at Louis- I ?\ le, Wi Va., at io o'clock thls morn- ' ' ?. Both inen were mlnors. Had fpel X has boen existlng for somo tlm? d they tvere threatenlng to klll oacli ier on slght. parrott was shot twle? the abdomen. and taken to thc Welch ipltal. He will dle. I'he shooting occurred in thc com ny's store. Bolchor escaped. 1 Chlld l.iilmr I.n-r Iphold. s'orfolk, Va., January 20.?Under a isecutlon by thc Virginia Stato I3e lartment of i-abor, tho Norfolk ittlng ^rills was, on appeal, to-day 3d $25 and costs upon the chargqi permlttlng chlldren under the aire thlrteen years to bo eniployed ln ita ton goods factory. The defonse ight unsuccessfully to cstabllsh the ?onstltutlonallty of tho Virginia tute under whlch tlie prosecution s brought as a test case. Fntul Shooting nt Wllllamson. [Speclal to The Times-Dispatch 1 ' loanoke, Va., January 26.?FranK ', ilker, proprletor of a restuurant. -e f X?,8 lkOborts. a brakenmn on I A ? ^orfolk and Western Rullroad, at j lllamson. last nlght. Threo shola ' ,C _ha? V alV il," Ulkl?e eflLect. Thc I -,. ?LiQl ,.Vloc-I<e<i all Itoborts teeth ?(1 n,t Tr_Ui1Cr tW0 lodK???ff in hlii h4," ast He ls expected to dio. Walker I U* de hls escape to Kentucky, acros t) red 11. ZV-ttyconib?P-la.ce. [Speclal to Tho Timc.'s-Dlspatc.'li.l panolte, Va., January 20.?Alfrcc ,, tycomb, of Charloitesvliie, and Mts_ llie Pntico, daughter of Ash Prince o marrled here thls afternoon. The -mony was performed at tho home the brlde a parents by Rov. C. E. tts, of Charlottesvllle, tho uncle ot Ijriae. Flre Dentroyn liculdcucc. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.l urllngton, N. Q., Janu'ary 26.?Flpo -royed tho home of Brandt Andrews. -'08 Flsher Street. to-nlght at !l ock. _ha famiiy had retlred, and flre was woll under way beforo the *ra wa_ given. Tlio dwelling ls a J loss, nnd very llttlo housohold ds was saved. Alleged lllimi Tlger Arrested. I Special to TJje Tlmos-Dispatoh.] anvlllo, Va., .lanuary 20.?Bd. Ber whlto, about forty-ilvo years of was arrested to-day, suspected of tg a hllnd tigfcr. Whon arrested had in lils pockets six dlfferent ics of corn whiskey, wlth pa.per 'Pcrs. Ifo la suspocted of Ioitorlng incl the warehouses, qitonclilng tho st of tho farmers. - ? ' ?- ? ... ? ? Nct? omecrN Innttilled. h'l'rv.ial to Tho Times-Dtspatoh.l lexarulrla, A^a., January 26.?Dls ?- Deputy j. s. Patterson and staff iflicors, of niehmond. to-nlght in ??d ,the roceatly olected oflicers of gorald Council. No. 450, Knlghts -olumbus. following the corerno a'n oyster s.mipor was served. ?~ . ..rn^i'Ut -' lloinoVtid lo I'csl lioii.'ir. Special tcj The Times-Dlspiitoh.T invlllo. Vai.,-January 26.?Nlne per suftarlng wlth smallpox woro thla rnoon removed to tho pesthouso hoyond the qltv limits on tho h sldo. Every lhwcatitiuu is belng n to provopt thc spread of tho idy, NonUiiatloiiH Sent to Si'imii-. nahlngton, D, 0? January 26,? ng tha nomlnations sent to tho to to-rtny by tho Presldent woro: bo collootors of customa?Jn-mas fuynes, at Corpus Chrlsti, Tex ? irt XV. Dowe, at Saluria, Tnx ? usls I* I^eo, at GH-lveston, nnd Geo Allen, at Koy .'-.Ycst, ITla, \va It'i an i cvr ? III an< tog I Slr. IV v sto ma of S dor hia T[\ tho Of Ing Iho dlg its Wll ly, of you to \nc kJn and i-iin kno l'*or uso, a ii d thls uTg Si up and ono all. *\\ a s n ex gesl tritl A 1: druj CTi; Tor acli hret' Ai a bi engi field aro If nro 1 n ve ri a n i wlll T'\ l GLAVIS CHARGES PUT UNDER PBOBE , (Contlnued I'roni First Page.) ?vill ask you to eonsT_f_r~ali ouFlttate nenta ln connectlon wlth thla denlal. nid Ile Act Cormirtlyf "Then," lntcrjocted Mr. Madlson. 'you do clalrn Mr. Ballluger actod cor ?uptly?" "I have not used the word corruptly," ie exclalmed in a hlgh-pltchod voico. ?I havo dealred to bring tho faots bo oro thls commlttee. I dcem it a mat er of groat solemnlty and that no :hargo of corruptlon should bo made. t ls a matter for thls con_mitto. to de crmlno whether the great trust of loldlng thls land for the beneflt of th* icople Bnd for future gcneratlotu Is n safe hands. It la for you gentJe nen to determlne what tho safoty and he honor of the country demands." .Mr. Urnndela promised that tho In estlKntlon now on would bring out lorc than was contalned in thc charges l-ii by -Mr. oiavia wlth the President; hat thero are fact... atatcmetits aml ocurnenta not then ln hla possesslon. n connectlon wlth the Wilson Coal ompany case .Mr. BrandcU charged hat Balllnger acted aa counscl, hough hla name did not appear In *\ use whleh Involved perjury on the art of the claimants and a fraud upoa ie land lawa. WHITE SLAVE" BILL PASSES ff-n-tiire l.tfr-i-iiinlly I'rrvrul- TrnfflV iu Women f?r rnunoral Purponr... Washington. D. C, January . ..--Th-. 'ann ?'white .-l.-.v." bill wa., nr-H-d ly :?? House to-day by t, vlv* voce \i.t-. ctlon on the mea ure foiiowed a <n ? isslon of ita provlalons. durlng whlch epresentattve. Bartlatt .ind Klefer. ." tihlo, opponed the sections wlileli ?'lulre keepera of houses of IU fame ? report to the Commlaaioner-Gen.ral ' Immlgr;Ulon the names of any girl? Ithln auch houaei who had arrlved the United Statea wlthln threo years. islstliig that such a provlslon was an .frliigem-mt upon ihe rlghts of the ute... they cited d.clslons to provi. at It was in clear vlolatlon of the ? nstitutlon. The bill Impose.. a flne of not more an *5,ooo, and Imprlsonment for not ore than flve y-ura upon any person ho knnwlagiy alds ln the tranaporta ->n of any neraon. by tlie pureha*f a tlck.-t to be used ln Interstato forelgn oommerce, ln going to anv ace f'u* th<? purpose of prostltutloii. her provlaions of* the measure are r tho purpoae of offectually prevent g traflic lu allen women for Immorai i liilil Iliirnrd to li-nii, [Special to The Times-Diapatch.l Burllngton, N, t'.. January -?;.?.lubel iclle, the three-year-old "daughter of p. and Mrs. tlrover Shoffner, was rned to death at hor home. south of irllnston. yesterday. Tlie chlld waa 't alone In tho house a few minutes. d when the pareni returned ahe und her ao badly burned that death julted vlthin a few hours atter irds. Ivnl.lK ?>r Ihe "llound TnWe" Wnx Hud-*- lo .Nnj- HeM be-Somelliluu Before Ile Woubl Hai'e n Sonji Factory Sc? |'p in Hln l'nlace. Trlnl Pnel.ngc or SiunrCn Cliarcoul Lozengcs Sent Krrr. lou Ser, Launcolot objeoted lo tho or. But many a human Stomach Is bad aa a Soap Factory, Judging from i odors emitted therefrom. liil Tlil? Im All Accidental; no fma nts or Intends to havo bad breath; a mortllicatlon to one's self aml au loyanco to one's friends. Ind nnd 0_Ten?ive Breath comes of ong condltions of the stomach; Iho 'eroiit fiinctions working at var-l :e: pulling different ways Instead of ether, lul Tlil.. In Not a Trcntlse on tho inaeii; just a mere mentlonlng of a r. resultlng coridltlohs of a ha'ii mach, Ktich as Flatulenr., luflani tlon, Indlgostlon, Sournesa, etc., ai'i which temi to produce a bad breath, tuart's Chnrconl l.oz.eugrs aro In ovi co here?not as a palliatlvc, a keshlft, hut aa a Remedy?a POSl rE CURB. Thoy absorb and correct ucltla of the stomach. nnd Instead Fomenlnllon taking placo, destroy and wasting utitrltloua products, re is tho gentle, natural actlon of estion going on, reducing food to proper allment. leb la Then C'onduelcil in an order natural way to thn different pnrls the body fo'r Ita austenanco, But undestand this. Thls is all "cbals Nowcastlo" 1 AVc Arc Tnlklng nbout another i of coal?Stuavt'a Willow eharcoal honey mado Into ?6_*ongea, Ch'ar ! In its crude slnt.c has always b-tsn wn aa a rcmouy Sloiunob Ti-oulilea, lt. was not I niueh becaiiBO 11 ' waa iiiilian.lv untidy and trotlblespme. But -iii i.s ohahgod now. and there Ih nolh Ko easy to tako ns thls, nart's Clmrconi l,(ixeiigen arn put In a box: they aro handy lo carry no trouble to lake nny tlmo. Chow up, drlnk a glnas'of water; that in 'o All AVnnl u 1-InnltU-- Miminrh and weot, cloan breath, nnd the vory . time you have sour stomiicli, liull lon, bad breath, hearthitru, gas s, belching of gaa or food, nd '-'ii__o In Iho -lotjith. go lo the r store and got a box of STUART-. iRCOAT. I-OZENllKH nml try' ihen. your trouble. Mark uio, youi* Moiu wlll soon feel boltci- nnd your b:ul th bo dono away wflh. ui I.et lt* Sny, even If you have not id breath, take un oi;cn..|unitl 1.0** i as a provontlvo nnd oorroctlvo of s anrl., stomach dlsorders. Thr-.v 2fi cents- a box at tho Prug Sturo. Tou AVoulfl t,lk_t to aeo what thev and what thoy tasto like bofora stlng eveti a quarler, sond us your o nnd address and a freo sainpta bo mallod to you, Address tho ,. Stuart Vn., 200 Stuart Bullcllna*. ihnll, Michigan.