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l COAL is bought to pro duce power and some coals are better than others for the purpOse. Nature made all coals, good and bad. If Nature could talk | and teli the best to choose no mistakes would be made. Nature is mute and man, erring man, talks for her. Reliability in the seller is as important as reliability in the coal. Atlantic Guaranteed Coal can be de pended upon?so can the Company selling it. Atlantic States Coal Sc Coke Co., Rlchmond, Va. L1TTLE eiRL FALLS OF "While Playing in Fields She Is Burned to Death?North? ern Neck News. [Special toTlir-TlmoK-Dlsnatch.l _ I.,anca-tor, V;i.. Maroh (!.?News* of a Ulstressing occnrrence rornes from the Tdlsklmon nelghborhood ln tho north eastern part of thls county. Whllo the four-ycar-old daughter of Cyrus Dun itway was playlng ln tho Held whero her oldor brothors were burnlng bru.h, _ho Vcntured too noar tho (lro, hor dress Ignltod anrl she wns bo bodly burn^a that nho rilcrl ln a fow hours. Whllo I.iitlior George wa. burnlng _>roomstraw on hls farm In dowor Lnn castor sjovoral days flgo', tlio flro got lieyond hls rontrol, and runnlng beforo a hrlslc wlnd, soon reached hls, hnu.io, ?whlch, wlth the most of the furnlture ln It, was destroyed before help could arrlve. Tho hlgh school movement grows apace In thls section; that Is, thc move? ment to establlBh more hlgh schools. Thero are already two public hlgh eehools ln Whltostono nistrlct. one at Irvlngton and one at the vlllage of Whllostone, and now a movement ls on foot to establlsh n thlrd one In the dlstrlct at the villago of Kllmarriock, near the Northampton Hne. Somo frlends of sound educatlon are bcgln? nlng to foar that tho rriovoment to tnultlply high schools wlll result In the same conditlons as were brought Bhout hy the multlplleatlon of elemen tary schools In Vlrglnla. a tendeney whlch was flrst arrested under the ad mlnlslratlon of tho late State Supor Intendent Sntithall. Those frlends of eound educatlon fear that thc hlgh pehnols wll| lose In thoroughness and eftlclency ln proportlon as they In? crease In number. It Is known that thls opinlon was strongly exprcs.od by a dlstlngulshcd profossor In the Unlverslty of Vlrglnla at an educa? tional meeting held recently In the Valley of Vlrglnla, The movement to hojrj a school falr ln Northiimberland county, suggested by Mrs. Danlol Warwlek Itead during her recont vlslt to the countle,, In tho lower Northern Neck, has taken defi nlte shape. and the followlng commlt? tee has been appolnted ln three dls trlcts of tho county: Wlcomico? XV. H, Booth. W. A. Dog gett, George Thomas, W. J. Dlller and Charles Lankford. Heathsville?rtandolph S. Brent, Bcn Davls. George D. Shlrley. Wllliam Barnes and Holland Iteynolds. Falrfields?I. II. Crowther. Davld Truitt. Thomas Cockrell, Charles Cop pedgo and T. A. .Ictt; Frank DIx, nf Whlteatone, is flndlng ?the way of tho transgressor to bc a hard ono to travel. Ho has a case now pendlng before thc Supreme Court of Appeals on the charge of selllng in toxlcatlng liquor eontrary to law, thc case having been taken on an appeal from the Clrcult Court. in which he was found gullty and flned $50, with conflnement In Jall for sixty days. Some months ago he was trled before a justlco of the peace for the same offense on two different occaslons, and flned $100 wlth conflnement In the county jall for sixty days on each count. During tho past week hc was lialcd before the magistrate for the samo offense, and agaln flned $100 and "tondemned to sixty days in jall, from all whlch he has taken an appeal to tiie Clrcult Court. Information has been received here of the marrlage of f.eroy c. Chewnlng. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wllliam Chownlng, of this county, and Miss l>ou!se Scott, a charming and hlghly culturcd young woman of Elmira, N. T. The marrlage was celebrated at the homo of the brlde tn the prosence of tho members nf the famllies and close personal friends of tho contnicl Ing partles. The groom, though a na livo of T_ancastor, has lived for a num? ber or years In Corning. N. Y., where lio Is a trusled oinclnl of the Corning Water Works Commlsslon. Among tho many vnluable proscnts Srecelved by the ncwly marrled coupl* was a magnillcent cut glass set, presented by tho Corning Water Commlssioners. Just before the wedding Mr. Chewnlng received Information from Washlng? ton that a patent had been granted him for an Improvemcnt on an elec? trical distrlhutor for internal combus tlon enginos. After receptlon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and ?Mrs. Chownlng left for a bridal tour. Tho last three days of cloar weather 5s tho longest clear spoll that has hoen seen in theso parts'slnce the year he gan. Farmers and truckers are busy jnaking up for lost time. and flsher men are engaged ln puttlng down stnkos for thelr flsh traps, many of whlch will bo put out during tho corn? ing week If the good woathcr contln ucs. Truckers In thls rogion are mak ing picparatlons for early peas. aspar agus and tonmtoes. For some years past nsparagus has been tho best pay ing truck crop somo truckers havliig clearod from $-100 to $goo on an acro of ground ln thls vegetahlo. ?-?1-??- . Tnkoii to Fitcliliii.K. ISpeclal to Tho Tlme.-DUrintch.] IjyncliburK. Va., March li.-Tho re jnalns ot" Herman M. Andorson, wiio dled horo yesterday, wero talcon thls morning to Flt.hburg, Mass., lils fortnor home, for burial. One Cough A cough, just a littlc cough. It may not amount to much. Or, it may amount to every thing! Some keep coughing until the lung tissues aro seriously Injured.' Others stop thelr cough with Ayer's Cherry Pe.ctoral. Sold for seventy years. How many years have you known it? Aak your doctor about Ayer's Chtrry Pec loral. If he tayt,:'' Take it,'' then iakcil. Ifhtiay*. "No," then don't, JSiig'ltm\ ITTEII FUNERAL Westniorcland Will Honor Mem? ory' of Faithful Colored Employe. To honor thc memory of Nathan Moore. a falthtul colored servant, the members of AVestmoreland Club have been called to meet at' the clubhouse at 10:30 o'clock thls mornlng In order that they may attenei In a body the funeral servlces, which wlll take placo at the Second Baptlst Church (colored) at 11 o'clock. No aucli honor has cve.r been paid even a momber of the club, but N'athan cnjoyed the respoct and affcctlon of all who knew hlm, and thc oflicers of the We.stmorcland felt tliat hlc ele votlon to duty and his loyalty. extend Ing over thlrty-one years, deserved an espeelal mark of e-steem. On the left arm of hla uniform N'athan wore slx gold servlee stripes_ one for each flve years of contlnuous service?and for each stripe he urew $5 every Chrl.itmas. For many years he has been head doorkeeper, anel although conflned to his horne since last summer. his place haa been kept open for hlm, and his name has been retalned on the pay roll. I__nt Chrlstmas when tho club gave Its usual entertainment a carrlagc was sent for Nathan. who Inslsted upon taking hla place at the door for that nlght. and every member who entered Ihe club stopped to shake hands and F.-iy a chcery word to the AVestmore land'K oldest employe. The club will send to the funeral a wreath bound wlth the AVestmore? land colors. which wlll be placed upon the casket. Nathan Moore was the very best type of the colored race?loyal, klnd, and always true to every duty whleh he was called upon to perforni. . John O. Farland. presldent of the club. sald yesterday: "1 thlnk tho club cannot be too pronounced in hon orlng Nathan Moore's memory, for no one served the AVestmoreland more falthfully than he dld. He was the very best type, and cnjoyed the e3 tecm of every member of thls club." Ape and Organ Grinder on Way North Are Sure Sign of Coming Spring. A large monkey ln leash and two ox terrlers created ejuite a bit of ixcltement among a crowd of Sunday Irollers on North Fifth Street vester lay afternoon. The monkey was evidently taking a lay off. for he was not dressed in the ed-trlmmed. spllt-tailed coat and leaked cap, and instead of dancing to he tune of a hand organ, he was oanng along behind his master, paus ng every now and then to Investi rate a temptlng looklng tlt-bit. Thc o.\ terrlers were also out for a con tltutional, under the escort of two ioys. They had just chu.ed a cat ip a telephone pole and were look ng for other worlels to eonejuer, when hey espled his apeshlp. Wlth one ceorel they rushed towarel thc mon? ey, barking and brlstling. with stub >y tails cocked ln the alr. The monkey. Instead of retreatlng, dvanced to meet them as far as his hain would permtt. The son of Italy olt the tug of the leash, saw tho anx 3ty of ^hls pet for somo excitement, nel unhooked the chain at tho collar. 'hc niunk needed uot tho command of Sick 'era!" but lumbered forward on 11 fours to meet the astonlshed ca lnes. They were cvldentlv much surprlscd t this rnanocuvre, for they lowcred lelr battle-ilags and ran, turning very few yards to yelp their Insults. ho ape chaseel them for a half block, ut his flut-fnoted galt was no match ir their nlmble feet. III.I.IONAIKK'S Wll.ti AI>MITTI_D TO iti:t Oltl) ISnccial to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Frederlcksburg, Ara., March 6.?The 'IU of the late Major Seth Barton 'rench, the New York mlllionalro, )rmerly of thls city, who dloel at alm Beach, Fla., and whose rcmalns cre brought here and Interrod in tho imlly lot ln tho clty cemetery, has eon aelnilttcd to record ln New York. he will gives to his wlfe, Mrs. Mary. 'alker Fearn French, the house at 15 /?c3t Fifty-flrst Streot. New York; 100,000 in cash, the incoine of $-100, 10, and the Incomo of the re.slelue f tho estate. tho prlnclpal to be di ided on her death between the three ms?Dr. John Herndon French, Wll nm Barton French and George Bar m French?and the two daughters? th. Nannlo French Stoele. wlfe of harles Stoele, and Mlss Clarlco Mary rench. Tho testator leaves a trust md of $800,000 to his son, AVilllam, id his duughtor, Clarioe, and of $300, )() to his son, John. Mrs, fcteolo Is to avo $300,000 oulrlght and tho son oorgo tho incomo of $200,000, Increus 1 from $100,000 i,y ? coellcll, Tlio coeiitors aro ellrocted to pay Oeorge's mls out of tho money loft to hlm 0 Mrs. Fronch's mother, Mrs, Foarn' 1 annulty of $1,500 ls loft. lOlslel sltter, a sorvant, Is to havo $5,000 ?ovlded sh0 ronmlns In tho sorvico ' Mrs. French twenty years. To Mr rcneh's valot, Ooo. Williams, $2,500 glven, anel $5,000 ls left tn Mrs ronch to dividn among iho sorvants i she chooses, Two nlecos, ],oulmi rench aml VOIlen Mercer Frenoh, $1, '0 each la left, nnd to 151 ton Morcer uorbury, daughtor of Mr, Froneih's rnrier purtner anel executor, John T. ttorbury, $10,000, ju fre No Hg col gi\ in Now Vork (iiiiliiielor Here. Alr, nnd Mrs. J, o, Winston, of Klng on, N. Y? aro reglstered at tho Jof rson Hntol, Mr. AVlnstnn is a mem r of the tlrm of Wlnstein & Co.. hlch.. wlth MoArthur Brothers, of ilcago, holds a' contract with the aut_jJwia-t-U-at fii Hm .Vfitte Ciu. uw.o aft tlv yei ha: me wh bly llne sta for fal ent wh eol ref nai ant rel Sta wa of rls. tloi tho Sur fro da> son hrl vie for der by Inc Iho a ?v on of ent cou I f upl H|il: Wll tho tho tho thit Ihe If i thel woi our to t Nev senl wisi we TAKEN TO IHEKI FOR OTEPIKG E. E. Powcll Placcd in Pcnitcn tiary to Prcvcnt Violcnce. POUCEMAN DUNN D Y I N G Aged Murdcrcr Scems Indiffcrcnt to Results of'His Shoot ' [Special to Tho TImc_-Dlip_tch.l Ralelgh, N. C., March C.?C. XV. Dunn, the police ortlcer shot down at sanio tlmo that State Senator E, _,. Travia and Bopresentatlvo 1'aul Kltch In woro wounded by 1_. 13. Powell, at Scotland Neck, belng in a dyltig condi? tlon to-day, Sheriff J. II. House and -lerk of Court H. Cary hurriod hero from Halifax thls afternoon with Powell to put hlm in the State's prlson for safo keeplng. Thoy say thero had been no wMual demonstratlon threatcnlng to lynch the prlsoner, but thoy thought lt -afest to get Powell ln tho pcnltentl iry and run no risk, as public Indlg latlon was high. Pneumonia has dcvelopcd In Dunn's vounded lung and will probably causo leath. Mr. Kitchln and Senator Travls ire both reported to be gettlng along veli nnd recovering steadily from thelr vounds. The physicians do not think that Sonator Travis's wound in hls mouth vlll seriously affect his power of ?peceh. Thc ofneers say that Powell manl ests no symptoms of Insanlty, but eems as sanc as he ever was. It has >een reported that he would bo ex ?mlnerf by experts as to hls sanlty ""ho ofllcers say, however, that no uch thing will be done. They say he ? coll and incllned to be stoclal and ndlfferent as to the situatlon. He ls early seventy years old, a man of ood family and some property. Myslery Ik Clenred. .eotland Neck. N. C, March 6.?The lystery surrounding the letter whleh Jrmed the motlve for the shooting of "nator Travls, Ropresentatlve Kitchln nd Chlef of Police Dunn here Frlday. ?as cleared to-day through tho good fflces of Unlted States Congrcssman Iaude Kitchln, who talked to Travls nd then gave out a statement of the latter. Two years ago Powell's son engaged i a deadly affray, for whlch he was ound ovor to Superlor Court. Powell rote Senator Travls with a vlew of ^tainlng hlm as counsel, and Travls, iving been employed on the other slde, Id not reply to thc letter. Travls aes not now recall the letter which owell claims hc dld not reply to. ili HELPINE x-Prisoners' Au'd Socicty Holds Annual Meeting To Night. Thc fourth annual meeting of tho x-Prisoners" Ald Soclety of Virginia ill be held ln T. p. a. Hall to-nlght, hen President Burnett Lewis will ibmit his annual report. In the last ;ar Alfred B. Wllliams, who has ro oved to Roanoke, resigned as secre ry and treasurer. and his place has en taken by George Bryan. The so cty is in better shape flnanelally an slnce Its organl~atlon, and Its ork has assumed a wider and broad scope. President Lewis's roport ls, in part, follows: "During the flseal year st closlng, our soclety, through lts perlntendent, has glven aid to sev ty-one whlte men discharged from e penltentlary ,and thirty-one fronr county and city jails. Twenty-flve these from the penltentlary wrote from thelr homes; some of them >re than once, besldes the letters at came from the families, and ends of the unfortunates who had me under our care. Of those who oflted by our society were the thir -one from the jails, and so many them young boys, ranging In age )m tlfteen to elghteen years, and lf 2 public could only know how grate l these young boys are, and how ap eciatlve thelr families. they would t allow our work to falter for lack funds. Work OiitNldc Virelnln. 'Our fleld of labor ls not conflned Vlrglnia alone, as we have men im almost every Stato ln theUnion. one, no matter what croed, ro ion or natlonallty, but what re ves all of the attentlon we can -e them, and the supply of hls needs, accordance wlth its demands, and our funds will permit. 'The colored man also is looked er Just as carofully and conserva ely as the whlte man. During the ir just closed our representatlve s shown attentlon to 194 colored n and seven colored women. Those 0 livo in tho city are all. possl ' wlth ouo exceptlon, doing well 1 all endeavorlng to livo. up to the ndord our representatlve has set them. I cannot commend too hlghlv tho thfulness of our two superintend s, Rev. G. F. Wllliams. of the ite, and Rev. A. F. Daly, of the Whlle credit is due to all, and I raln from montioning any one by ne, still I feel I should let the board 1 also the public know that the igiotis servivis conducted at tho to farm during tho year of 1909 s all due to the persistont efforts our flrst vlce-prosident, 1_. Z. Mor I cannot also refraln from mon alng the loss we havo sustnlned in > death of Major E. F Morgan. lerlntendeht of the Penltentlary, who m our socioty's organl.atlon to tho ' of hls death was lts warm per al friend, facllitatlng our work in nglng about tho objoct wo hnvo ln w ot having everythlng arranged tho prlsoners on the dato of tholr >arture. lf somo plan could bc set on foot whlch wo could bo assurod o? an ome of $100 per month (whlch, for ? work wo aro dolng. seeum to bo 'ory small suui), our work could go unlnterruptedly, and our custom siipplylug tho piisopdrs wlth pros s to tako tholr wlvos and children Id bo moro gonornlly prnctlced, nnd ool one of tho most onicacious In rftlng tho forlorn ton anil ln ring hlm wlth a foellng ut good I for all miinkliid. Wlinn I rofrosh your mlnd. wlth fact that one man In uostou pays entlro oxjionsos connocted wlth colored work, and, ln addltUni to i, nlvos us $200 annunUy towards whltos, lt does appoar to mo that mrao of our woalthy citizons had Ir . attentlon called to thls, thoy ild glvo us tho amount to prosocut. work without sondlng out appeals he public J. Plerpont Morgan, at ?? York, hoard of our work, and : hls check for $ioo. I think It a If the publlo could know that have only two paia omolale?-our _r-,.e5iPtJ9~!.?__''8^ >. ? ? , 0 0 SMALLI'O.Y .NirriATIOiV VKIIV ENCOIIILVGINO ISpeelal to Tho ? Tlfnns-Dlspatch.J lynchburg. Va.,- March e.?The rmallpox iiHuatlon In Lynchburg ls encouraglng. and, whlle other eases aro almoHt ccrtalnly bound to oecur, tho. hcaith attthofltleB believo thoy havo tho troublo Well In hand. Thore have beon thlrty-ono cases, and there are twenty ln the hospltal now, thc remainder liavlng beon illschttrgetl, except a colored woman, who elicd'a week ago, Tho greatest troublo the ilepnrtmcnt hns expcrloncoei has boen wlth negroes who do not report thc cases. but In? stead, attoinpt to conceal ihem, for they gcnorally are very much alarmed ovor tho prospect of golng to thc pest house. ?V?mv DeacotiH cmlnlried. [Special to The Tlmes-tllspatch.l Lynchburg, Va., March ii.?Thls af? ternoon at the Cabell Stroet Baptlst Churrh T. A, AVoodson, I\ S.'Adelerson anel It. p. Thornhlll. new deaoons, were formally ordalncd. Itev. J. M. Franklin spoke on thc ipialltlcatlon of deaeons nnd Dr, AV. AA'. Hamllton on the du'tlos of theso ofricers tn tho pastor anel church. The ordlnatlon pniver was offereel by Kov. J. T. Morrls, of"Madlson Ilolghts. sinit-ll?Mvii AHiHWiieeil. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Cha.rlotte. NC |C? March 6.?The Hhodhlss Mlll, ono. of the largest tex tlle plants In thls sectlon, has an noutu-ed a complete shut-down, wlth tho added statement that It wlll bo for an ltuleflnlto perlod. The enuso glven Is tho unsatlsfac tory stnte of tho market. Tho com? pany offers Its army of bperatlves froe rent ot thelr homes durlng tho shut down. Anmlier Glfl fnr Durhnm. Durham, N. C. March 6.?George W. Watts, who recently gave to Durham a $|00,nnn hospltal. announced to-nlght mother henefactlon. He now propoyos to flnanee the crectlon nf bulldlngs for a nurses' home and annex to Ihe hospltal, which wlll brlng his bene factlnn.? in thls regard to a total 3f $500,000. I,envcn for Sfw York. [Pperlnt to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Charlottesvllle. Va., March 6;?Presl lent Fdwln A. Alderman, of the Unl k'erslty. of A'lrglnla, left to-day ror s'ew York Clty on buslnoss connected ?vlth the unlverslty. Next Tuesday llght ho wlll speak before tho cele irated Colony Club of the metropolls >n 'The Educational Achlcvement of lu- Pouth." T -lighland Springs Congregation to Occupy Handsome New Building Sunday. The new Hlghland Sprlngs Metho Ist Church wll] be opened at 3 o'clock ext Sunday afternoon. Rev. AV. As ury Chrlstlan, presidlng- elder of tlchmond District. wlll preach the edlcatlon sermon. The church was organlzed by Rev. !. C. Scott ln 1S96, wlth llve members. iree of whom are still active work rs. Ald was glven by thc Methodlst unday School Soclety anel by the ex mslon board of the A'lrglnla Metho Ist Conference. Active work was be un ln 1908, when Rev. AV. V. Tudor, '. D.. was pastor. The corner-stone as. laid and the .building erected in 109, when Rev. Charles Wesley Ray aa pastor. The present pastor ls ev. P. 11. Balderaon. The Ladles' Ald Society has raised neat sum for the building and has Iso furnlshed two beautlful memorlal indows. which wlll be unveiled at ils first service in honor of Mrs. Maud torer Colllns and Mlss A'innle Eme ck. Dr. G. T. Colllns. ono of the origi ll founders, is superintendent of the inday school, which has grown cadlly. Wells Blrchard has been secretary ' the bullding- committeo In charge ' the constructlon of the new build 3NA1CTED CASHIEIl AVILL 1IAVB NEW TKIAL [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Eureka Mllls, Va., March 6._Judge . II. Cardwell, of the Court of Ap lals, has granted a w.lt of error ln e case of the Commonwealth against -ank C. Thornton. convlcted at the Qcember ' special term of Charlotte rcuit Court, for maklng a false re irt to the Corporatlon Commlsslon the condltlon of the Charlotte inking and Insurance Company as sliler as of April 1, 1909. lt is reported that the grounds for .varding the wrlt wero basfcel on idge Hundley's rullngs ln regard to e overdrufts. The case will now me up ln the Suprome Court for re ew as to whether Mr. Thornton shall tve a new trial. Thero romaln 'three dictments yet to bo trled agalnst Mr. lornton In connectlon wlth his man ;cment of the affalrs of the bank. immlssioner J. C. Carrlngton has lin led tlie work on contestod accounts, id his report to tho court Is readv r the March term. It Is a voluminou's port. The receivers of the bank, iptain A. J. Terry and T. J'. AVat ns, are showlng zeal and energy ln allzlng on tho assots of the bank, d. in pushlng Its affalrs to an end ley wlll recommend to tho court a rther dlvidend of 10 per cent. to paid to tho deposltors, which 'will totint to 30 per cent. paid bv the nk. ? Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A B Steinway Tone Quality and Durability. Everybody at all fatr mlndeel acknowledges thc superiorlty of Stein? way Tone Quallty. It ls ono of tho ilrst thlngs.^ypu hear about when new pianos nre ells ctissetl?lt ls tho marvol eif olel Stelnways. It do ponds ou solldlty of ciin structlon?which means durability, Ono ls bullt on tho other. To h\iy a Steinway' ls to mnke an Invoatniont, Wrlto us for cata . logue?f roc, Walter D. Moses & Co? Kl.'t E. Hroail Street. OleleM illimlq ItniiNe In A'a, anel .V. C, m Th lur 1 mo me wll Str 1 glv tho Mr; Ihe illu AIIi a e oth T Sch a c lleli ullU lott 11III llai for \\m Imii Arl Mni Thi T ills. ori-i sou T Illft t'll ' hull ai Cho terf AVo at .' T Sun THE PENNSYLVANIA STATION IN NEW YORK CITY The new sta tion. of the< Pennsylvania Railroad in New York>aty^to.*?ikflam..a3*the "Pennsyivania'Station," wilhadd a great deal to thecoittfof^andk:onvemf_nrjc^f'^^travdi? public. It is located in the centre of-thc hotel, ahopping,, ar_d,;theatricd-district.. fronting.on Scventh Avenue from ThLtty-fi.st-to TMrty-third Str*tt>.tuvd.,runwng back to another front. on Eighth Avenue, covering the entire afea of two ci.y block*. It ia one block from the busiest spot in the central part of New York City?the intersectiorj-ofBtoadway, SbrthAverme and the crosstown streets, localfy known as HeraW Square. FifthvAvenue, witrwte bighotela, its handsome manstons, ita clurb. and.frne-store* .8 only two blocks from its front. Lines of transportation ? ra diate'int. every direction. It has-entrancc. andexits on all four oE its sides. TheataJtion is servediby all through train8 of the Pimn sylvania Railroad that ar rive at or depart from New York, so that a paasenger on a. through=car^frora' thevSouth or West is dedverod in the heart. of New York without any ebango-whatover. This i _ effected bp-a-~iew extencion which leave. the main line at Harrison, east of Newark, N. J., and cro_~e_/the,meadow~ to Bergen Hill, oppoBite Thirty-seoond Street, New York. Here tbe trades enter twin tunnds cut out-of the solid rock, and'thenoe run into twin sted tubes uoderthe-Wud-on Riwer to Nfew York and thence by subway to the station. Thc empty trains are-ccmtinued under the city, and by tubes under East River to the terminal yards on Long Jsland, where the-car^arestored, and the trains made up, There are twenty-one passenger track&in. the-etation. At Harrison the steam locomotives are detached from the trains and powerfd. electric Iocomotives, which draw them through tunnals and tubes, are-substituted. No>power but *' electncity is emp.oy~d in the tubes and tunnds. If a passenaer wishes to go downtown dlrect, he can-change at Harrison andreachCort landt Street and the financral district in a few minutes by means of the tubes of the Hudson and Mannattan Railroad System. These great and comprehensive improvements.in. the terminal facilities of the-Pennsyl? vania Railroad in New York cannot fail to comnvand the appredation of the public. Due notice of the opening of the new station and the operation of trains-te and from it will be given. Dedicate New Church at Htghland Springs News of Manchester Manchester Bureau, Tlmes-Dlspatch, No. 110,1 Htill Street. Rev. Joseph Rowland, of thls city, ako yesterdav afternoon at 3 o'clock the Rallroad Men's Builellng, Rlch >nel, his topic heing "The Lord's itt-h Englne." Mr. Rowland is well own and intlmate wlth the rallroael :n of both Manchester antl Rlch ind, having conducted for the past e months a weekly service ln the ?ps of tho Southern Rallway Com ny. In connectlon wlth the ad ?ss. movlng pictures wero shown. !n Oak Grove Church yesterday tlio stor, Rev. -D. G. Lancaster, preached both servlces. At the evcnlng ser ;e .15. B. Phlllips. of Richmond. sang. d there was also a selectlon by the jir. .tcv. Jaine AV. Durham occupled tho Iplt at both servlces in Balnbrldge ?eot Baptlst Church. His mornlng jject was "Forgivlng Ono Another," :1 the evening subjoct, which proved be of unusual Interest, "The Man ;ster Chlldren." Jnion rcvival servlces came to an 1 in West End Church yesterday. ey will contlnue thls week ln Deca ? Street Church. Che lndustrlal Chapter of Meado Me rlal Church will hold Its business otlng thls afternoon at -1 o'clock, th Mrs. AV. H. Garnott, Uul Porter eot. 'ho Educational Assoclatlon wlll o an entortalnment March 11 in assembly hall of tho lllgh School. s. A. II, Fltzgerald ls iiv chargo of program?a woll-selectod one of strated songs anel tahloaux. Mrs. un Pottigrow, Mrs. Ruwloy Shlflett, piartet from Richmond, und many ors, wlll reneler aongs. he boys of the Chester Agrlcultural oo) met last week und organl-ed li'ib, to be known as tho "Chostor 1 Boys' Corn Club." The followlng ?ors woro electod: Presldent, How Rruco; A'lce-l'rosldont, Lesllo cher; Secretary and Troasurer, ?old Goyno. The. followlng onllstod inemhershlp: Rowlott and Flalvor "O, Page anel Alboct Uranoh, Kay n anel Arthur Englo', llarold aml hur tleiyne, Losllo Hatcher, Dtinhtir iro, Ralph Bellwood anel Thomas irstou. he elub wlll meet emce a week aiul ?uss tho work thoy are doing, aml isliiually wlll have a lucturu by iu woll-known speaker. he Boi'mtiiln District Seihool Board L ii Chester Frlday and declded ercot a $15,000 agrlcultural school dlng in that town, . ,rs. .1. M. Oregory enlertaiiieel tho sterilnhl Chapter, United Dnugh i of the Coufeiloi'ui'y. In lier heune, orlland ilelghts, Saturelay afternoon 1 nVlock, | he glrls of Mlss ICllen Weisigor'a elav-seuool class reultzeij a neat urelay. for the henellt of Meade Me morlal Church. The KIng's Daughters'held Its regu? lar monthly meetlng AVednesday after? noon wlth Mrs. B. M. Robertson. Mr. anel Mrs. AV. J. Carter and son wlll leave lo-elliy for Baltlmoro to vlsll Mr. and Mrs. AV. AV. Archer. Mrs. McDowell; of Baltlmore, ls visit ing her sister, Mrs. W. F. AVInnle, or Porter Stroet. Mrs. Augustine Royall, of Forest lllll, is vlsRing her .nleq'o;' Mrs. Frank Cauthorne, in Norfolk. Mlss Georgla .llnks has returned from Momorlal Hospltal, whoro sho was operated on. She ls much Im? proved. Miss Marie Du Val, who underwent an operatlon at Momorlal Hospital, ls gettlng along as well ns can ho ex pecteei. ANOTJHEB. STEP TAKEN TO HELP THE INDIAN AVashlngton, March 6.?In Its efforts to promote thc wcllbelng of tho In elian and ralse hlm to tho standard ol cltlzenshlp, tho Bureau of Indian Af fnlrs has reorganlzed Its tlcld service Tho work ln tho fleld has boen dl vldoel Into nlne classe.?lntlustiial, In ellan eiuploymcnt, schools, medlcal, sup presslon of tho lletuor tralllc. construc? tlon of bulldlngs and engineorlng, pur? chase of suppHos. Irrlgatlon anel forosts. Each of theso departments so has beer placed ln chargo of a supervlsors, who wlll prosecutc his efforts In the mld,st of the lndlans through tho suporlnten elents of schools and reservalions. AVhllo tholr work as a wholo covers a wide ilold of endeuvor, tholr Inter? ests aro to ho elosely nllleel. The supervlsors wlll endeavo-r i\> produco fn lndustrlal awakenlng among tho Bed Mrn, 'purtloularly ln farmlng,. cattlo-irabslug pticl inliiing; tlnd cmployme'ru for them wltero neces? sary ln other flelels; promote thelr eeluontlon; eradlcato tuhore-ulnsls, whleh causes tho death.of 17 per cont. at Ihe.; Jiullans, aud other ' ravaglng tllsenses; guppross the sale. of Ihiuor among them; luiprovo. thelr abeidcs from a sauitary stautlpotnt; Improvo ihe qualltloe eif tho suppllos; Irrlgato thelr Innds, aml iionscrvo thelr for iists. Called ti? Lyiieliburg. I'Sn'uolill to The Tmiea-Dlspati'-h. | Lynuhhurg, A'a., March 0.?At a con srogalibnal meotlng tlils mornlng of ihe Rivennoiu Preshyterian Church, Rev. Allen Chrlstlan. of Si-ultsvlllo, was mlloel to the pastorato of that church, niiile vacanl hy the reslgnatlon of Rev. P. Iteriiiu'd Hill; now pastor of tho VA'oBt F.nd ProHhyterlau Church. nf Roanoke. The meotlng was prestdcel DVer by llev, llohert II. Flomlng, D. D., >t thls city. ? Mr. Chrlstlan has been pastor of a ?troup of four churches lu lower Alhe iiiirlo county for ihrne ar four years, md tlie hellef ls expressacl here that ae wlll accept the call, ilo l.s about ?blrty years oljj. "ftncl unm&rjriee^ , . KEYSESn. IJVSTltUCTED TO SIIPPOUT "STATE-WI [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatcli.] Roanoke, Va., March 6.?At a mn meeting of about 200 men and worn held in the Flrst Preabyterlan Chu this afternoon, a resolution calllng E. L. Keyser, member o? the House Delegates from Roanoke. to supp tlie State-wide prohibitlon when comes up in tho House, was adopt nnd all presant wore requestod to te graph or write Delogate Keyser ? vote for the measure. .'iiucrnl |m Hcld, [Speclal to Thc Timoa-Dlspatcli.l Onancock. Va.. March ii.?Funoi services of R.bert Custis Shield. t lad who accidontally shot himself woek ngo In gotting ovor a wlre fen were hold thls morning in the Eplsc pal Church. Tho building was till to ovordowing. Tho gun was glvon him by his p rents at his roquest a few weoks a as a presonl on his thlrtecnth birt day. ITR1AJLS ofthe NEEDEMS IMMM-tfP TH-S- CAT- Am. d.,.! A1-.V6U' " Mliliyim'tt Phw lliw 1.111m cobk tho llv Into actlvlty hy gontlo ni.tlioda. Th.y i iu>t ni'our, ~rlp? or w.akcn. Thoy ara tonlo lo .tho stomach, llvor and narvt Invlgorut. Inat.ud nf weukrn. Thoy ai rlcli Iho btood and onablo iho .loni-ch get nll tlio nourislunont from' food that put .|nto_it. Tlias. nlll. ooitlaln,' no. cal m-l: they aro aoothin., heating and aili uliutntf. J-'or tnlo by al! drugglata ln. 1 and S3o ai.ea. l( you ii.nit m.di<:_l ? vlco, wiito Munyon'a D.ctara, They w advlae to tho beat of th.lr ahillty abt lutely frcia of charge. -l.NYQVS, uj uuu. Jeff.r-u. Sta., Vbll-i.cll.biit, fa.