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Sarsaparilla Has kcpt on sclling because it has kcpt. on curing-., nnd itvbas kcpt on curiiiR- because its hitfli Ftnndard of mcrit has been con Bcicntlously inainlained. f.el It to-dny ln usnnl llquld form or ehocolatcd tahlcts cRlled Sarsatabs. WITH SGHO0?ER Captain and Crew Abandon Vcs sel and Are Taken Aboard Jamcstown. Norfolk, Va,, March 3.?When tho Old Domlnlon Steamshlp Company's liner Jamestown, Captain Catliarino, due at 10 o'clock thlr? morning, arrivod at her pier at 5 o'clock thls afternoon it was asccrtalncd that the delaj' wa3 caused in part by a colllsion betweon tlie steamship and the four-masted sehooher Asbury l-'ountain, Captain Hansen, from Mobile. AIa? for New York, wlth a cargo of lumber. The colllsion occttrred at 5:40 o'clock this morning. when thc vesscls were clghtccn lnlles siiuthwest of Winter Quarter Llght. The pchonoer was so hadly damagad that Captain Hansen nnd hifi crew of clght abantloried her and were brought to thls port aboard the Jamcstown. The llner was also pomewhat in.lured, two small holes belng stove ln her hull on thc portsido forward. Thc weather, it was stated, by Cap? tain Catharine, was thick when the colllsion occurrcd. The wind t was modcrate, cast-northcast, wlth a "Ught sea running. The steamcr struck the fchooncr forwnrd, carrying away the how and both anchors, with all ot the forrgear of the salllng yessbl. .Doats were lowercd from ""thc llner and a hawser passed to the Hcliooner, it being the intention of Captain Cath nrine to tow the Fountain to port. This proved unavalllng, howevor, as the hawser parted. Then lt was dccldcd by Captain Han? sen to abandon the f-chooncr. Ac cordingly, he and hls men were taken on board the Jamestown. Tho revciuie cutter Onondaga has put to sca to search for. the disabled schooner. whlch, kcpt nfloat by her cargo of lumber, is a dangerous dcrelict, as Fhe Is right ln the track of coastwise vessels. Pi CKLEBnATISS AXMYEHSITV. Kappn Alpbn Frntcrnity Was Foumlcil nt 1 . of V. iu 1SBR. [Speclal to Tho Ttrries-liiepatrh.J Ralelgh, N. C March ::.?Ralelgk had wlthin her borders yesterday and last nipbt forty ni^mbfrs of the Pl Uappa Alpha Vraternlty, from David ?on College, Unlverslty of North Car? olina, Trlnlty College, N. C; Agrlcul tural and Mechanlcal Colleste, nnd | yarolUs point?; t:i VirKlnla, Pennsyl- ' vania and the Ca.roUr.as. They were n.s.serr.Mcd here to cclchratc tbe forty second annlversary of the foundtng of tlm fratcrnity- at the Unlverslty of Vlrginia in lSbS. Thc enthusiasm of youth and the good f.ellowshlp vf kintlrcd spirits was manlfest anioiig them on the streets and in the hotels and clubs throughout thc day. and thft night was made nierry with a banquet at Cafe Glersch. Thc scrvlng of the banquet, whlch ?was an cight-course affair. was liberally interspersed with songs. Thc appolntments were bcautlful. A menu card. bound in old golcl and gat-net ribbons. togetber with a goltlon lulip and a sprig of llly of thc valley lay at cach platc, whllo the'walls were gay with college and frateruiiy pen nants. TO CELEBUATE AXXIVFIISAHV. Kcwhcrn, Xow -00 Yenrw Old, .\p|iro prlntCH $5,000 for Oliservnuce. [fr'pcctal to j i:c Timcs-Dlspatcli.] Newbern. X. C. March .1.?At a meeting of the county commissloncrs yesterday in tpcclal sesslon thc .sum ; of $2,500 was appropriatcU towards a ' tund for eclcbrating thc i'OOth anni? versary of. the .-nttlcinr-nt of New? bern. Ltk( night tlio Board of Alder nien, tji wgtilar sesslon, approprlated thc siim of $:','iOfl for the nanie nur posic. makins $5,000 now availablo to >yard the celebration. Cbmmltfces have been appointcd from the Board of Aldcrmcn and also thc Chambcr of Commerce to take the matter in hand, and gi.-t to work at once preparlng for thc cclcbration The cvent wlll take place during the State firemen's tournament. and wlll last the larger part of tho wcek. Go to llrlstol to Ite Marrled. [.Speclal to Tho Times-Dmpatch.J Lynchburg, Va., March 3.?Samu'el W. Wcst and MH-s Mary Wells, n hlgh school student, daughter of J. N. Wells, eloped to Bristol toTday to bo marricd there thls afternoon. They will return to-morrow. i-'iiriiltiire f'ompnny AnnIkiih. [Speclal to The, Tinies-Disuatch.] Lynchburg, Va., March 3.?The Ban ncr Fumiture Company. an incorpora tion, asslgned to-day. The liablllties and assets are about $10,000. TWO TltAlX.s IX COM.1SION. Aecldeat Xcnr Lynchburg Due to MIs iindcrN<?udiiic of Order*. [Speclal toThe Tlrhcs-Dispatcii.1 Lynchburg, Va., March 3.?A hcad on colllsion bctween a westbouhd frelght and an easthound work tritln on the Chcsapcake and Ohio, occurred this afternoon at Albert. scven milo.s ?west of Lynchburg. It ls said mem? bers of the work train. crew misun derstood each other, and encroached on the time of the rcgular train. Flre man J. F. Kizcr. of Cllfton Forge, was palnfully scalded. He was at tended by Dr. Walkor, of Lynchburg, and sent home. Both engines and a number of cars were deralled, block lng travel elght or ten hours. 1XJUREU IX BXPLOSIOX. Entliiorr nnd Flreinan Snffer I'nln fnll.v From JliirnM. [Speclal toThe Tltries-Dlspatch.l Bliieficld, \V. A-'aTr-Miirch 3.?Englneer Klnard and Fiienian O. II. Carter wero palnfully burned ln a loconiolive ex ploslnn at Wllllamson, on the Norfolk and Western, early this morning. Rlnard's conditlon is not serious, but Carter is in a precarious conditlon. The cxplosion was caused by tlie atcam pipe that conveya steam from the boiler to the cyllnders burstlng. Oppo?e lilNpeuwary Ilill. ? ?[Speclal toTheTlmes.Dlspatch,l flouth Bnt-ton, Va., March 3?At a ealled mectlng of tho members of tlm Antl-Saloon Lcagtic held yesterday, the jnrniborti rccorded themselves as un alterably opposed to the. bill before the "Leglslaturo proporiug a vote on dl?pensarle? at South Bor-ton and Houston, and regrettcd that state inenlfi havo appcarcd in publlu prinl tio the contrary. -. URGES HER TO ES Institute at Altavista Attcndcd by Producero From Three Counties. [Speelitl to The Tlmos-Dlspati'li. I Altavlstn, Va., March :t.?a larg'e crowd of represenlatlvo farmers of Campbell, Plttflylvnhla" and Bedford cotmtica attcndcd Ihe prollmlnary meet Ing of tho Trl-Coimty Fanner.'i' Instl ttito here to-day, The leadlng speakei Rns Commissloner of Agi-lcultitre Cl. w, Kdlnor, wliotfe fartner lulk In u fiirmer's inannor. greally impressed his uidlenoo which hcard hlm to-day for :he flrst timo. Presldent Orrent, nf the State Hor -Icullural Soclety," entltuood the far nere In the Interest of apble orchnnl.-, iemonstratlng that Campbell and sls ;er cotiritles could contpeto wlih any ither Gcctlon ln the State pruduclnc lpples. T. O, Pandy. unable to be nrefeont, -ent P. S. Pcyton to tallc In the Intrr sst of boys corn clubs. A cltib wlll he organized by the county dcmonstru tor. Mr. Ca.-lle, of Btichanan, dlsdoursed on valslng tomatoe."!, and \Y. B. Ell Avood, of Indlana, the most successful nlfalfa grower Jn hia State. contehded that the farmers of thls sectlon have paid out for hny In the pnst Iwentv years rnough to macadnmiy.e all the roads in Campbell county. nnd all tliIk could have been saved to tliem bv ralslng alfalfa. Dr. \\r. .1. Quick and Mnjor rtlce were the other speakers, Tho regiilar incetlng v.ill be beld in late April. COUNTESS NOW A SINGER ag?MgoaMaMiaiaaagMaa?gwaaaa^gaaiaro?Ka3BcaaBMa3 THE COUNTESS MAItOCERITE CASSINI, tinnoiinceij an Uic udoplrd dauglitcr of t'liiiut Caaalul when tbe Intter vaine to WiiKliington ua unilinKxmlor some years bko, who him jusl nindc ber dcbiil ns a prufcNnlounl ainger lu Pnrls, There Avaa aUvnys n mystcry uluuit (lic connt vhk ut Wnuhlngtoii, nnd tlic Imllcs of Uic dlplonmtle corpa treatcd her very IXDOltSH STItbDB-.AIYEUS IHl.t.. CIUechh of Dentiriiti Ank for I'nvoruliU Action on Mciisui o. [Special to The Times-Dlspatch,} Dendron, Va.. March I!.?At a publlc mass-meoting held here on Wodries day lilght rcsoltitlons were udoptcd in dorsing the SU-ode-Myors-blll, now be? fore the Loglslaturc. nnd reouestlnj: Senator Hobbs and Dclegate Bnrham to use everyjthonorable moans to se? cure the pasSago of Uic measiire. A committee of three was nppoirited to present the resolutlons li\ person to tho Senator and I'clogate. HEPRIEVE FOK SPIVEV. Man Condeuiiled to Dlc To-Dny Itc apltcil Until Miirch Jl. ? Ralclgh, N. c., March :i.?Govcrnor Kitehln has granted another roprlcvo to Heiiry Splvey, who was to be hang. ed at Elizabethtown. Bladcn county, is a wonderful food-medicine for all ages of mankind. For the delicate, sickly babfrf, the pale, anemic boy or girl; the thin, tired man orwoman; for-the agedand infirm. ? To all it gives rich, red blood; firm, healthy flesh; strong nerves and muscles; it gives resistance, endurance, and often prevents serious illness. all nunaciisTB Rend 10c., nntno of psper nnd th.i? n<l. for onr l?-autljiil 6?vlnK?B?nW nnil Ohlld'n Hlii.ti-li Book. Eaoli bank oouialmn Good I.urkl'ouuy. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., N. Y, WBXtt'aBSU* RV/, tVlinn ''Oood Lnck'' la uxod I? ono round of succcsmoss nnd jileasurno,- Every proauct of the oullnary- nrt Hses Whlte, i:.'M and dcltghtful. to. tho pnlntc. ujckj PAKlN?P>wt>EI When "Good tuek" is used 18 nbsolutely pure, hlsh In leav oninu uunlltlcs. and Is packcd in patcnted moisturo - proot netva-bonrd cans. Cut tho valunblo eoupon from can label and savo for uoeful prcmlums. C otinccs, 5 ccnts; 1 pound, 10 ccnts. The Southern Manufacturing Company BICHMOND, VA, t'rlgldly, (leclarlnjir thnt lf aho was nc llie unilia.s.siidor'H wife alic, Imd no rlgli !o the tltle of coiintcsM, She Ncpnrutc iroiii Ctiuitt CiinhIiiI when be AvnN nind ulniatcr (o Mudrlil. He nlAvaya con Iciulcd kIic had been ninde u countea >y xpeclul iiniciit, Some snld abe la hitigbtcr of the lnte cinr. to-morrow, tho reprlevo bejing t March 11, ln order to glvc counsel fc Uic prisonor tlme for a hearing. Tl irial judge, \\" J. Adams, has pron tsed blm to rccommendto the Govo nor that there be commutatlon to lll imprlsonment. ""1 ' PIEAD FOIt COMMLTATTO.V. VjuillcatlotiN FUeil In Caaea of Tn C'oiidciiihcd Mtirdorcra. [Speblal to The Tlines-Dlspateh.] Ralelgh, N. C, March 3.?ln the ca.' )f the two prlsoners, YYalter Morr :on, of Robosori county, aiiil Johft A tlnson, (>t ,'lohnston county, umh serilonco to be electrocuted ln tl ?Hate prlson March IS.. nppllcatloi ivoro filod to-day for commutatlon I ife lmprigonmont, Clomeucy to Moi ,-lson Is -asked because llve dlfferei latos for his clcath had beeiv sot, pos ponem'ent eaxh timo l>eing because i the delay in equlpplng tho eleetr; -?hnlr. Atkinsnn's appeal ls on th grOund thnt there are extcnuatlng' cii aiimstahces", li: thnt the man kllled ha ruiiicd his homo life. Altltl.YGTO.V SUCCEEIJS IIEECE. Forhicr Co'vcriinr Glcnn'M PrlA'nte Sec reliiry Appnlntoii limllt wltonnl t'lcrk. [Speclal to Tho Times-Dlspatch.'J Baleigh, X. C. March 3.?Stat .'reasiirer B. II. Lncy appolnts Co i. II. Airlngton inslltutlonal clork, t ucceed the hito II, M. ltooce Co irr'ngton hehi thls posltlon Avhen h .?as appolntod by Governor Gle-.n n is i>rivatc secretary. At the clo.s ? t' Governor .?Glenn's ndmlnlstratior 'ol. Arrlngton aeceptefl a poslth. i-tl'h the Pv. .1. Iteyn'olds Tohacco Corn ?any, AVinston-Salem, nnd ?? lex lontiis ago ho veturned to Balelgh an ccoDtOfi a posltlon' AA'Ith tha Mer hanta Xatlomtf Bank. ichiiHinil \<>gr<i ArrcNleil fpr Murilcr [Bpe'cial to Tho Tlmca-DlRUatch.l ' Roanoko, Va., March 3.?Georg< remper, colored, glving nichinond a! ls omo, Avas arroste,) horo to-daj hnrgod Avlth tho murder of anothoi egro. Avhom ho kllled in a crap gain l Clrolovllle. O. 5HP FBESHET IN Watcr Is Poiiring Ovcf- Crcst of Dain, but No Dangcr Is Fcarcrl. ELKS HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION Electoral Board Prcparing for Election Next"" Tuesdav. Tlmes-DIspatch Burenii, 103 North Sycamore Strcet, Pctershiirg, Va., March 3. There is a sharp freahet In the Ap pomattox, nnd the watcr has contlnued to rlse durlng thc day. Whllo the wa? tcr Is pourlng over the crest of the dam at the head of the harbor, the great body of the freshot is belng car rlcd off through the dlversion channel Into the rlvcr several milcs below the city. No danger ia apprchonded, as tho prompt moasurcs taken by tho gov ernment, tlie Norfolk and Western Rallway and thc city after the dlsns trous tlood of two or three years ugo wlll, it Is believed, prevent future overllow and damage. IVrNomil IntelllRCiicc. Charles Leonard, one of our most respectcd cltlzcns, and the oldest mer chant in Pctersburg, ls conflned to hls home on High Stiect wlth bronchlal pneumonla. Last evenlng at 7 o'clock, at the rcsldence of Rev. .1. Francls Ribblc, the offlclatlng mlnister. Miss Myra May Matteson, daughter of tho lato James R. Matteson, was unlted ln marrlaga to Lancaster H. Tankersley, formerly of Lynchburg. Charles E. Allgood, a former popu lar merchant of Pctersburg, but morp, reccntly of Danville, is in tho city, vls ltlng old friends. He wlll leave ln a few days for Nashvllle, Tenn., whero he has accepted a posltlon. Elks Rlecl Ofllcer*. Petersburg Lodgc of Elks elected offlccrs last night as follows: Exalted Rtiler. Grovge Cameron, .Ir.; Estcemed Leadlng Knight, C, 10. Bowle; Estecmed Loyal Knlght, II. V. pnrham: Estcemed Lecturing Kiiight. (Jcorgc W. AVatson: Secrctary, Owon Gilmore: Treasurer, J. Harry Bailey; Tiler, D. W. Bronch; Trustee for Three Years, K. D. Butler; Rcprescntativo to the Grand Lodgc, whlch meets in Detrolt, Mlch,. in July W. T. Baugh: Alternate, K. A. Morrlson. A great dcal of intcrest was felt In the election, and thc attendance of members was large. Several changes were made. Pctersburg Lodgc has a large menibcrship, owns a line iiome and is an activ-; working organizatlon. Prcpnrlns; for tlie Klectlon. The members of the electoral board met last night in thc ofhee of the Judge of the Hustings Court, and in the presence of Judge Mullcn, stamped and counted the ballots to be used ln the congrcssional election on next Tuesday. Thfre Is only one name on the ballots. that of Robert Turnbull, of Brunswick county, who received the nomination for Congress In the Demo cratlc prlmary. He has no opposition. and it is prohable that a vcry llght vote wlll bc polled. In the prtmary election four candldatcs were voied for. and over G.OOO votes were east. Miss Julia Beagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rcagan. left yesterday for Norfolk. to take a coursc In tho Trainlng S'chool for Nurscs In St. Vinccnt's Hospital. Miss Fannle llob son, of this city, is also taking a course in St. Vinccnt's. " Captain and Mrs. M. C. Jackson left yesterday for the Virglnla Hot Sprlngs, the vlslt belng for thc bene flt of Mrs. Jackson's hoalth. MI?cellmicoii* New*. Vfllliam A. Bradl, a well known citizen of Dlnwlddio county, dled on Tuesday at Star Mont Sanatorium, Wushington Grove, Md. The body I want cvery ehronlc rheumatic to throw njray all mcdiclnes, nll llnlmenta, atl R?2?r?!,n,nA1.,t:1Y0 MUNYON'S RHEUMA ?1ISM RLMKDY n trlal. No matter what your dpctor may say, no matter what your friends may say, no matter how prejudleetl vou may be ngninst all adver tlfied roinedlos, po nt onee to yonr drng B'st aml get a bottle of the ltHEUMA 'J.TSM REM1JDY. If It fnlls to glve satts factlon.l wlll refunil your money.?Munyoa Itemcmber thls roincdy contnins no snl leyllc acld, no opiuin cocaine, morphine or other harniful drugs. It ls put up under tlie guaruuteo of thc Puro Food and Drug Act, For salc by all drugglsts. Prlcc. 25c. il Stoves Are without an cqual in oil cooking, and at our price one should be in cvery home. So!d with or without ovens. Our cxclusivc designs of Jap and China Mattings are now in, and thc pattern you want can now bc foiind here. Priccs rangc from 20c 1? 40c ert & Co. Fourth and Broad Sts. ~?~^m*mmn YOU ARE NOT TOO LATE Start Saving To-Day! In Thirty Days You Can Sepure One of the Handsome TIMES-DISPATCH HouseholdPremiums Thirty consecutive coupons, which appear daily and Sunday on Page 2 of every edition of the Times-Dispatch, and a small payment, when presented or mailed to the Premium Department of the Times-Dispatch, will entitle you to one of the valuable and useful premiums offered, Premium Sensation of the Year Open to All Virginia START TaDAY-:s'tart anyda^ A11 that y.? *~* *- *^A\ 1 need is thirty coupons of consecutive dates. Only one coupon of each date will be accepted in each set. * TWO FAVOR1TES Venetian Art Lamp I Mission Wall Clock Retail Value, $12.00 Retail Value, $10.00 Other Surprtses in Store Coupons saved now will be accepted for premiums already announced or for any to be offered in this series. Save Your Coupons! t 111 be brought here for burlal. He i survived by hls wlfe and four chil- [ -en. | The remains of Edward Bradley ' incs who dled yesterday of grip, In idlanapolis. Ind., wlll bo brought to etcrsburg for burial ln Blandford ?metery. Three whlte strangers, suspected of ?Itig deserters from thc Unlted States avy, were arrested here thls morn g and wlll be held untll thelr cases ?o Investlgated. ln the Police Court this morning hearlng was glven in the case of braham Mason, colored, who is larged with the murder of hls wlfe. innlo Mason, durlng a quarrel over emall amount of Insuranre prc lunis. Mason shot hls wlfe on Feb lary 21, nnd she dled on February i. He was sent to the Hustlngs surt for trlal and committed with H ball. Tobacco has been comlng Into mar U vcry freely thls weck, and with :tter roads over which to travel, tho colpt next weck are c-xpected to ; vcry large. Pastor C. W. B. Gordon, of the ibernacle (colored) Baptist Church, thls city, has been prcaenlcd with flne autoirioblle, the gift of the cmbers of the church, and of two mrches in the courrty which he rves. Tho auto cost $1,000, and the oney was ralsed by voluntary con ibutlons. The annual meetingi of the stock ilders of the Petersburg Savings and isurance Company was held thls af rnoon. and tho old board of? direc rs was unanlmously ro-elected. At meetltig of the board, .Alexander amilton was re-elected president, id Montague Whlttle was re ected vice-prcsident. There -wlll i no cliange In the other ouicers of e company. ppnlntctl on Geucrnl Brown'* Slaff. [Spoclal to The Timcs-Dlsimtch.] I< redericksburg. Va., March 3.?A. B. atts, of this city, has been appointed - General Clement A. Evans, com ander of the Unlted Confederate Vet ?ans, as asslstant commlssary-gen al on the staff of General J.'Thomp n Brown, of Richmond, commander tho Ftrst Brlgadc of thc Virglnia ivislon, U. C. V. Mr Botts wlll take ie rank of captain. He has accepted ie appointnient. ??-?-?- , , ? ,,, TO ATTRACT SE'I TI/h.w. nventlon to Bo Held ln Lynchburg to l.tuinch Schenie for Co-Operntlon. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlfputch.] .ynchburg, Va,, March 3.?Thc L,ynchb'urg ambor of Coitimerco has Issucci n call for conventlon to be hold liorc. durlng the inth of May for Iho piiiposo of launchlng schemc for co-opcration of the cltles and antles of the Stato for ndvcrUsIng the noral resources of tho State to induce a ad clement of soltlera to coino into tlie ite. 'he chanibor Is tHsuIng circutar letters to i StRte Immlsratlon and asrleultural of srs, hoards of supervtsors of tho coun s and rcal estatc and Immlsrtlon ofTlcera the rallways nsktiur for thelr presonce 1 co-operatlon. he plan Is simply an enlargemont of the iemo now worklng under tho Chambor of iiimoroe of hynchburg and tho countles Amlwr'st, Bodford and Campboll. RETURNS HIS SOX TO JAIL. iher of Escnped Negro Dellvtrs Hlm to Sherlff. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J lanasBaa, Va;, March 3.?I^ewis Buey, the ;ro youth. who, wlth RoboH 1, Mclntour, apwd from tho Jall of thls county early -?sdny niorulipi, was returned to Shorlff V. ftorabaugh thls morning by hls father. pon hip cscape from jall Rlley went to ? home,' nonr rsroonwlch, iu the upper and the county. _McInteer told tho nou.ro that rt-iia IiIh Intentlon to go to Montana. o. fur Mplnteer has not boen apprehonded, he is so woll know a to thc police of tho rby citles that ll wlll he ulnioat a mat of Impossibility for hlm tu cntlrcly os HANQIET AT ORAXGE. Enjoyable Affalr Givrn In llonor of Judge i Sbackelford. [Special to The Timej-Dispaich.] Orane*. Va.. March 3.?The banquc. t?n dered b>- the cltlzena of Oranje county to Judse George Scott Shackelford. hcld last nlsht, wai a great auecrsj. lt ;ui hold in the Maeonlc Opora Houtf. which waa beau tlfuliy decorated wlth evergreena and potled planta and flowera. f Tho aupper wa? attraetlvely aervtd, and th? menu embraced all tha delleacies of the teason. llon. George ?,, Brownliig prcMdc-d aa toaitmaster, anrl he Introduced each speaker of the cvenlng in a ^raceful man ner. Tho toasts were rl</ver and entertaln Ing. and thoac r<?aponding Included aueb ivel known men as R. T. W. lluke, Char lottcsvlllo; I.lndsay Gordon. Loulta; Charlea C. Carlln, Oonsrrnsman from th!? district; Goor?;o E. Walkcr. Charlottcsvllle; Georsn Hldrn. Culpeper; R. C. Slaughter, Orangc; M. O. Flcld. Orange; B. M. Averlll, Orangc, and W. J. Phillipa. Fredcrlcksburg. Judse Shackelford wa? grocled wlth an ovatlon when hc arose to aoknowltdge hla indebtedneia to his many frlends; TAItKNTS ItACK WITH DEATH. Iteach Sldc of llnucliter an Hour Be? fore She Dlea. fSpeclal to The Tlmes-DIspateh ] "Winchestcr, Va., March 3.?Mr. and Mrs. Robert .1. Duncan made a double race to-day wlth tfeath, and won. both belng at the bedside of thelr daugh tcr, Kmma Duncan. when she dlcd ln the AVInchester Mcmorlal llospltal. The glrl Avas brought here last nlght from her home at Xew Market- to un dcrgo a surglcal operatlon, but Avas Ohildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA nnable to go on the operatlng table. i Messages Avere sent to her father. -xhr, Avas in ,\?w York on business and het mother at New Market, and both reached here an hour before she died. Your Watch Needs Cleaning It docsn't keep time as accu ratcly as it did?maybe it gains, mavbc loses a feAv mmutes or sec onefs. Its parts nced cleaning or oiling, adiusting or repairing. Don't delay?it's expensive. Bring or send your Avatch to us because wc will clean or repair it cxpertly and honcstly, and do it at a reasonable pricc. We can do it as well as the man A\-ho made it. J.T.ALLEN&CO. 14th and Main Streets, Richraond, Va. IT HAS BEEN KNOWN Almost since the first dawn of history that the pure juice of grapes, rightly and carefully handied, stored to age, allowed the propcr amount of fermentation in order to precipitate the solids and throw.*off all objectionable matter?in this state it be conies wine?is an acknowlcdgcd benefit to mankind. It will assist in restoring strength, in fightirig and preventing illness, and tone the systcm wonderfully. For those who* desire a good, fully-nutritious Wiric that is cspecially effective as a blood purifier,and producer and as a rc viYer of fagged encrgies, \ve strongly recommend? Fine, Mellow Port, per bottle... .*......... 78c Rich, Heavy Burgundy, per bottle. ..$1.00 Virginia Seedling Claret, per bottle. .:\: \'~; 35c Everybody, Almost, Likes Lobster Try our Capc Fing Lobster, in large size cans, and containing one whole Lobster, a solid piece of whitc meat. Each, 25c. All Lenten meals are made easy by (consulting) vistting our Canned Fish Department, where is found unlimited sclections of cvery varicty of the finny tribe can be found. v Diamond Back Terrapin . ....???,... ... .... .60c Green Turtle Meat_.?.'._ ...40c Soft Shell Crabs../..^ _ ...25c Norway Smoked I-Ierring..?. ^ ... ...20c_ Writc for free and uscful cataloguc. Wc pay freight, Hermann Schmidt, Fine~Groceries and Wines, 504 to 508 East Broad Street, - - - - Richmbnd,1 Va. Phone Monroe 101.