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Personal. THE marrlage or Misa Pocahontaa _-Cttflr_n, daughler of W. It. Ilcin dren, of Now Orleann, to John .Amblcr Monon. .orinerly of tlila clty, now or New York, wlll be colebrnted In Now Orlenna on Wednosday, Aprll 27. Mfaa Hendren ia a very beautlful glrl, nnd wus one of the most ndmlred dcbutantoH who wero preaented to so? clety (n the South thls wlnter. Mr, Mason Ib a son or Rev. and Mra. Lan rlori 11. Mason, or this clty, nnd tho wedding will be nn event* of much interest both here and In New Orlenna, whero the eeremefny will take place. ll-ll?C-rver. A vory pretty wedding wlll tako placo lo-dny fti YVuke Forest, N. C, when Miss Ellzabeth Cnrvnr will bo como Iho lirlde ot M. D. Hall, atipor Intcndcnt ot thc schools nf Falrfax county, Vn, Congressmnn Carlln, ot Alexandrla, will bo Mr. Hall'a best rnan. Immedlatoly after tho coremony Mr. nnd Mrs, Mall wlll leave to spctid thelr hotteymoon In; Jacksonvlllo and Cuba l.iincliroii l.nil Week, Miss Ellzabeth Wlnter Jones enter talncd at ti luneheon on Thursday at her horae In Alexandrla, compllmcntfiry to Miss Hllda Shrlver. of Union Mill.. Md. Covera were Inltl for aix gueatn. and tho table wus prettlly decorated In plnk llllcH und vloleta. Those pres fiil were Mrs. John Maraliall Jones, Mra. Ctiurlea Mlnnlgerode Maignc, Mrs. Thomas Brackonridgo Cochran und Miss Llsa Dcane Anderson. Sn.ll for Suuiii Atnerlcii Mr. and Mrs. Henry ._. Schmelz and their daughter, Misa Margaret Schmelz, of Hampton, have salled for South America and Pananw, where they will spend several months. V. I), C. M.cllusi' To-Dny. The regular meeting of the Rlch. mond Chaptcr, Unlted Daughlera of the Confcderacy. wlll he held thls morning at 11 o'clock in Lee Camp Hall. All vislting Daughters are wcl <? omc. Mlas Chrlstlnii AHcnds IJIuncr. Tho Aaslatant Secretary of State and Mr.t. Huntlngton Wilson cntcrtalncd at dlnner Kuturday evening. when thelr gucst3 were the French anihu. sador and Mrhie .Tuseerand, the rnlnlster or Gua temala and Mtno. Herrarte, the rnlnls? ter of Swltzerland and Mme. Bltter, the Speaker and Misa Cannon, tlie charge d'affalres or Poru, Miss Ellzabeth Kean, Misa Chrl.itian, or thls clty: Mr. Ekcn ?ren, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lcgarc and Mr. and Mra. Beynolds Hltt. .trt.rned from Old Polnt. Mrs. John Herbert Clalborne and Mrs. Waltcr J. Blount, who havo boen spend? lng some timo at the Chttmbcrlln Hotel, nt Old Polnt Comrort. have returned to thc clty. Mrs. Clalborne will remain In Rlclimorid aa thc guest of Mrs. Blount for a few weeks before return ing to her home in Petersburg. Children'- Part.*. Mr.. Oranvill- Gray Valcntlne, of 13 East Franklin Strect. waa hostess ot a very attractive cliildrcn'a party yesterday afternoon, complimcntary to the childrcn of her sister, Mrs. Small. i.f New York, who are iicr house guests for several weeks here. Cant oT -he .ll____ Shleldn. MJ_s Bessle Dcnham, of Florlda, will arrlve In Elehmond thc latter part of thia month and will lio tlie guest of the Misses Shlclda at their home on tlio corner of Fifth and Franklin Streets. Miss Denham will be' one of the at tendants at the Draper-Shlelda wed A Single Cup Correctly Brewed ProA-es the merit and satisfaction there is in Postum. But it is often only half brewed, and the result is often unjust condemnation. There are no "grades" of Postum. Every package is the same. It is the steady boiling, for at least fifteen minutes after boiling begins, that gives a cup of Postum its fine, snappy flavour. lj If your first cup of POSTUM Was not satisfactory, the fault was in the brew ing?it must be boiled until it is dark and rich-?don't attempt to make it as you would make coffee, but remember? The longer Postum is boiled the better it is! " / Well-made Postum, served with good cream, has a flavour distirictiy its own, and not urilike that of mild, high-gra.de JaA'a coffee. The best proof of the value of Postum is found in the clear brain and | steady nei*ves .which follow its iise as the regular daily bever age in place of coffee or tea. Postum?made of clean hard wheat (includ? lng the bran-coat with its "vital phosphates," grown in the grain)?quickly assists in rebuild ing the worn-out body cells, because it con tains these valuable elements in liquid form; in. factit is a very palataWe ,-liquid food. 'After all arguments, 10. days' trial proves. "There's a Reason" for Postum Postum Cereal Co., .Ltd? Battle Creek, Mich. HAVE IT RIGHT Have Your Beverages Made Good Enough to Wln You. Thc rule about not boiling coffee leads many pcrsons to preparc Postum ip the same way. This is a mistakc. and, of course, is un fair to Postum. Have it just right and it has much the same flavour as thc mild and high-priced Java coffee, but "never causes the troublcs that coffee does. An Illinois man found out how to make Postum so it tastcd as good to him as his old-time coffee. He writes: ^ "For years I could not breakfast with? out my ciip of coffee. "During this time .1 was troublcd with palpitation of the heart, with smothering and nervous spells. Thc doctor told me to quit coffee, but I did not. ?S) "Finally, one time, while visiting, I was given Postum for breakfast. I can't say T cnjoyed it at first?they only gucssed how to make it. But when we followctl thc dircctions on the package wc nll agreed that 'Postum was fine.' "Then I began to enjoy \my meals. Could take plenty of substantial food be sides thc Postum and felt good afrcr wards. pMy hcadaclics were gonc, and gradually I forgot I ever had heart trou? ble. ,--. "P have'told pcrsons wc used Postum at our house, and they remarked they did not know how wc could 'use the stuff.' . They did not get at its gaoe_n_ss because it was not made right, "A lady tricd to give Postum to a lot of hired men, but they would not take it. J.'.tasted it ns she madc.it and didn't wonder?it didn't tastc like ours. Asked about it/she said she neyer had paid much attention to tlirections on the package, "Tho next time I saw her she had lparncd how to mako Postum right, anel said the men folks asked for the second cup. Follow dircctions and you'll have good Postum." Have it rightI. ',9'm ?___???_-__?- mar* m Baking Whan ?'(Ieod t__n_'' Is ue?d I one round of au.c.-sefs and pkasuro., Every product of tho oullnary. art rls.s whlte, liRbt and dolight.ol to tho patatc. 600DLUCK, JAKlNS^WbEi THE POWDER When Tlond T,n.k" I* used lt absolutely pure, hlgh In leav cnliiK cnmllttes, and Is packed ln patentcd mottlure - proof nows-board cani. Cut the vaiunbl. coupon trom can Inbcl and aavo for usctul premlumt. G ounces, 6 cents; 1 pound, 10 cents. The Southern Manufacturing Company RICHMOND, VA. ding, which wlll bc one or the bril? liant BOclety evonia nt Eaater, _, Vlnlting In Wnablngton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blmore, or Rlggs Place, Washlngton, have aa thelr guesta Junltta Lamb, of Bichmond, and Mrs. Wllllum Landrum I.amar, of At? lanta, Ca. Mr. 1/amur lcrt last weck for Tenneaaec, where hc wlll spend some wcckH before rcturnlng home. Foraythe? Peuxel. Mra. Charles F. Pcnzcl has lssued -arda announcing the marrlat?e oT her daughter, Medwlg Ellzabeth, to Wll? liam Bradlsh Foraythe, of Albemarlo county, the ceremony having taken place on Saturday, Fcbruary 12. ln Llttle Rock, Ark. Mr. and Mra. For? aythe left lmm*-dlately for a trip abroad, and are now In Egypt. On thelr return to thia country. aBout June 1 they will make thelr home at "Ny drle," near Esmont. Va. Mr. Foraythe waa rormerly Trom New Orleana, and apc-nds most of his wlnters in that place. l.rlnrii.d From Abroad. .Mrs. Harry I__nghorne. who has been travellng* in Europe tor several months past, han rcturned to her home near Cha.l6tt_a-.vHle. C. D. Langhorne, who has also been abroad ror a short tlme, haa returned to New York, and wlll shortly come to hla home, "Mirador," near Grecnwood. Luneheon for Mlxj. Ilriiiltli-li!. _>Irs. Jumes XV. Orme was hoateaa at a luneheon last Tuesday at her home in Washington, in honor of Ml?s Ellza? beth Bradfleld. Among tho.c invited to meet her were Mrs. Llvlngrston Browlnlng, Mrs. H. J. Yauchlcr. Mrs. Willlacn Brownlng, Mra. Blackistone. Mra. John N. Popham, Miss Elsle Black iatone, Miss Annn Brownlnjr and Mrs. James XV. Orme, Sr. Miss BradiU-ld wlll leave Washington at an early date for Shanghai, Chlna. ivhere her marrlage to thc Rev. Robert Evans Browning, formerly secretary to thc late Bisliop Satterleo and now pro.essor or Ih.ology at St, John's UfifvorHlty f-liiinglial, wlll tnkc placo on her nrrlvul. T.i- rtcmiu Hns..-...r*. Hoatessea nt the ten. room for thia afternoon wlll he Mrs, l.a.v!n Leake nnd Misa e.irollnc Oordon Rennold., HflMlstcd by _omn of tliclr frlends. Tn and Out at ToTtit, .Mr. and Mra. Gcorgo A. Bark.dale, of r,oo li-aat Graco Street, will leavo to-dny for Grecnwood, Va., whero they wlll spend a week at "Suirtmor Best." Misa Beasle Holland, of .Suffolk, Vn.. ls fpendlnte the week at the .Tcrferson Motcl wlth her father, Renntor E. E. Hollnnrt. Mra. Frnnk Buke. who hna been spendlng several wceka wlth her moth? er. Mrs. Charles Cooke. at Hollins In? stitute, has returned to the clty, Vlrglnlii!- Shackeltord, of Ornnge, and Thomas P. Bryan, of thls clty, spent several days recently at the Unl? verslty of Virglnln. MIsn Mary Thompson, of Fredf ricks burg, is n guest of Mrs. M. L. And. r son In thls clty. MI.s Bernn.r.i Cocke is vl.lting tlm Mlasea Ruther.oor-i nt their home ln Rolnnd Park, Bnltiirtore. Mrs, John M. Htill, or Frcderlcks? burg. Is a guest of hor slster. Mrs. W. D. Moncure, at her homp ln thia clty. Colonel .T. E. Weat rcturned to Rlch? mond on Monday after npendlng the week-end In Suffolk. Rov. and Mrs. R. J. McBryde hnvo returned to thelr home in Frederlcks? burg after apendlng a fetv dnys in Richmond. Miss Katherlne Dickson. of Norfolk. wlll arrlve here on Frlday. -where ahe will he the guest of Miss JuHa Joynea .11 V.'cst Franklln S.treot. Mrs. James C. Smyth. who has. hcen sp. ndlntr some tlme wlth her mother, Mrs. W. J. Meacham, in New York, vviH return to the city on Thursday. Misa Mabel Fletcher, of "Tho Mo ples," Loudoun county, is the guest of relatives ln Rlchmond for several months. Mis* Avi, Walker Grant ls thc guest nf Mra. Mcnalcns Latikford at hor liome in Norfolk, Va. ~>f Miss Anne Recves ha/ returned to the clty after a vlsit to hor slster, tfrs. T. W. Brooks, in Newport News. Misa Fannie Millor, who has been ?pendlmj several weoks with frlends ln .Staunton. has returned to Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Guthrif. of New? port Newa. are spendlnir some tlme v-itri relatives in thls clty. Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam H- "White. who have had npartments at tbe Jefferson ffotel all of thia wlnter, have move.-l Into their new house, S06 West Frank? lin Strect, whlch has Just been com? pletod. ,/ Miss Lora Crump wlll leave thia weok for Montclate, Pa.. where she will be the gucet of Miss Phoebo Hunter for 3everal weeks. i Miss Mary Newman, or thls city, 13 visitlnjr her rousin. Miss Mildred New? man, In Newport Newa. Miss Edith Haynee, of Newport News. will arrivo here to-day, and will be thc guest of friends and relatives I for some time. RAISED FROM A BED OF AGONY Mrs. Canon, of Argylc, Mich., Tells Strange Story of Suffering and How Cardui Cured Her. Argylc; Mich.?"I had severc pains from fcmalc trouble, and was almost wild with pain in my head. "f wrote you for advice, which I fol lowcd as carefully as possiblc, and after using seven bottles of Cardui I rcceived great rclicf. "I continucd to use it, and fmally was cured and raised from my bed of agony. Cardui saved my life when nothing else woulel help mc, and l can't bc thankful enough for what it did for mc. "1 rcconunend it to all my friends and iicighbors. Two have already tricd it and found rclicf. "I thank thc Lord for planting thc herbs and for showing you how to pre? parc Cardui for our good." Vtju may bc sure, if Cardui will rclievc anel _urc such serious cases as Mrs. Car son's?anel it is doing it every day?that it will, much more quickly and fcrtainly help ilmsc women who have no serious symptoms, but are just weak and ailing. As a general tonic for women, to ini prove thc appctitc and build up the con stitution, Cardui is in a class by itsclf. Whether scriously sick or simply ailing, try Cardui. Tt will help you. Your druggist willrecomnicnd it. Ask him. Pendleton?Bojil. [Special to 'riicTlmea-Dlspatch.l AVlncheiiter. Va., March S.?Announce ment waa made here to-day ot tlie marriage of Alexander lt. Pendleton. u retlred Wlnchester lawycr. and Mrs. Llly Dantlrldtre Bo.vel, whleh was ? ??*i omnized In Now York, February 21. Mr. aml Mrs. Pendleton are now on an cxtended weddlng trip, after whlcli they wlll occupy Mr. Pendleton's large estate near AVlnchcster. Engagcm-nt ln Aunottnred. f Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] fUaunton, Va., March 8.?Mr. and Mrs. Newton Clarko AA'atts announce the cngagement of their daughter, Leta. to AVilllam Wayt Gibbs. of this clty, the weddlng to tako place March 16 at home. SPECIAL ELECTION IN 4TH DISTRICT Turnbull Has No Opposition, and He Is Electcd to Con? gress. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Petersburg, Ara., March 8.?A special electlon was held in the Fourth Dis? trict to-day to fill the vacancy in Con? gress caused by the death of thc Hon. Francls Rlvcs Lassitcr. The district Is composed of the city of Petersburg and twelvc countles. cmbraclng tho territory from and Includlng Surry, on tho east, to Mecklenburg and Bruns wlck, on the south, and to Prlnce Ed ward, on the west of the clty. In the Democratlc prlmary on Jan uary 25 there were four candldates for the congressional nomlnatlon, offerlng from dlfferent portlons of the district, viz.: J.udge Asa D._AVatkins, of Prlnce Edward: Robert Turnbull, of Bruns wlek; AVilllam B. Cocke, of Sussex, and Senator Charles T. Lasslter, of Peters? burg?all men of high standtng and culture. Thelr popularlty ln thelr re spectlvo sectlons had tho effect of drawing out an unusually largo vote, the aggregate voto polled ln the prl? mary belng nearly 6.200. The cam? paign was conducted on a high plane, as became gentlemen and frlends, and nothing unpleasant occurred, though the contest was exciting. Turnbull received 1,906 votes; Lassi ter. 1,732; AVatkins, 1,6-2. and Cocke, 866. Mr. Turnbull thereforo won tho nomlnatlon by a plurallty ot 174 votes, and at a subsequent' meetlng of tho district committee was duly deelared the nomlnee of the Democratlc party for Congress. In tho electlon to-day the namo of Robert Turnbull, of Brunswlck county, was tho only ono appearlng onthe bal lots. Thero was no opposition to hlm. and he was clected tp lill the vacant seat in Congress. A' genorally light voto was east?nothing- comparablo to tho prlmary vote. DID XOT IIEED WAUNIIVG. Sldncy Pollclt Struck by Trala and tnjuric.it J'rore Fatal. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Cape Charles, Va? March S.?Sldncy Pollett. aged fifty-nve ycars. was struck by a northbound frelght traln whlle crossing tho tracks of tho New York, Phlladelphla and Norfolk Rall? road at Prlncess Anno th|_ afternoon. and so badly lnjured that' ho dled ln the Salisbury hospltal shortly after tho accldent. Two mules attached to the wagon were bo badly lnjured that they were kllled to rellcvo tholr sufferinss Joseph Flelels, a t.on-yoar-old coloreti boy, who was driylrig the team, escancd unlnjured. Pollett was warncd by tho crossing watchman ot tho aporoachlng traln but for some unaceountablo reason he paid no heod to the warnlng Thc wagon and Its ocoupants wero 'huiied through tho alr for somo dlstanco tlie vohlclo belng eomplotoly dcmollshod Pollett received u Xractured skull nnei -.tllMlocatod ahouldor, and one ai-m was ao badly mutllatod ihat amnutatloi'i was necessary. Tho unfortuitate man sxplred whlle undore-olng the? ormriL. tlon on the lnjured Hmb. Pollott wns n fttrmor, nnd roslded about ono mile Crom Prlneiosa Anne. u . x Iteqiilwlllnn _or nen Veath.rMonc, [Special to TlioTlmos-Dlspatoh ] RalolghTT'N. C., March 8,-~n0C|ulsl tlon was Issuod to-day by Governor Kltchln on tho Govornor Qf .virginia for Ben Foatliorstono, wanted ln Hort ford for housebroaklng and laroenv Ho is now scrvlng a term on tha roaeis In Virginia. ........?--?_____, Goretl io UentU by llull. [Speelal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch,] Brlstol. Va., Maroli 8?Samuol Thurs. ton, koopor of oattlo at the- mountaln branch of tho-Natlonal Soldlers' ilonio near; Johnson Clty, ls tlead us tho re? sult ot belng goretl undor tlio loft tirm by a Jersey hutl. whlle ho Was feceling tlie cattle last Sunday, S CARTER TO BE IICOUNTESS Lord ?Achcson, Whom She ls to W.crJ, Heir to Earl of Gosford. GROOM IS STOCKBROKER Gosford Castle Ts Known ns thc Biggcst Dwelling in All Trcland. jiv la MAnamsE m: fo.vtrxov. LORD ACII1-SON. helr to tho earl doni of Gosford, and whose wed? ding to Mi.H Mlldrod i.Ht-t.cr, daughter of J. Rldgely Carter, American envoy to Rouninnia, and granddaughter of Mrs. Davld I'lerce Morgan, of New York. and or llei nard Carter, ot Baltimore, Is ubout to tako place in London. la a momber or thc London stockbroklng flrm of Montagti. Opponlieim _-. Co.. of whlch hia tincle. Lord Charles Montngu, younger brother or the late Duke of Manchester, Is the head. I_ord Achc? son, ntter dlstlngttlshlng lilmselt In the Boer Wnr ns an ofllcer of thc Coldstrearn Ouarda, nnd belns wound? ed In thn battle of tlio Modder Rlver, vvont Into business ln the clty. under tlio auspices of thc Rothsclillds, In whoso houae ln St. Swltliin's Lane ho worked for a short tlme. Tiic more fact of hla having receiv? ed hls business tralning in tlio houso of Rothschild was of lneatlmable value to hlm. not so much in experl ence as in preatlge. Thua, I recall on one occaslon, a young man of excel? lent famlly going to Lord Rothachlld wlth lettera ot ^lntroductlon, which stated tliat ho waa thrown ontlrely on hls own resoufces through the audden death of hla rather. who had aucciunbcd to srlct on account or-his bankruptcy. lt wns fttrther stated that the young man was very clover, and Lord Rothachlld was asked to do what ho could for hlm. Tlie poor took hlm by the arm, marched hlm from the' Rothsohilds' offlce in St. Swltliin's Lane. poat tlio Bank of Kng? land, through Throgmorton Street and past tlie stock Exchange, introduclng hlm to ,a number of well-known brok ers and tlnaiiciers on thc way, and then bade him farewell. "But," sald tlie young man, who had expected great things, "are you not going to do soniethlng for me?" "My dear fellow." rcpllcd Lord. Rothschild, "ir you are hnir as elever as I am told you are. you youraelf wlll now know what to do.'r Tlie young man was brlght enough to take tlie hlnt, and by the preatlge of hls apparent frlendahlp with Lord Rothschild, obtained unllmltcd credit In the clty. He soon made headway. and ia now ono ot tho moat auc cessful men on 'chango in London. The foundcr of Lord Goafords fam? lly was SIr Archibald Acheaon, who obtained a largo grant of land ln Armagh. in tho seventeonth century, dying as a baronet, and as Secretary of State for Scotland. The slxth baro? net of the line was transformod Into Viscount Gostord. about the tlme of tho American War of Independence. Hls son was advanced to the rank of earl, and the sccond earl was Gov ernor-General of Canada. The present Lord Cosford is the fourth earl. He Is vlce-chamberlain or the Queen, and his wlfe, a. slster of the late Duke of Manchester and of Lord Charles Montagu, and one of the most charmlng and popular women ln London soclety, is, llke her daugh? ter, tlio Countess or Dcrby, a lady ir, walting to the Queen. Lord Acheaon has two other sisters besldes Lady Derby, one of whom Lady Mary, is marrled to the Hon. Robert AVard. brother ot the Earl of Dudley, and of John Ward, who mar? rled Ambassador Reld'a daughter. Gosford Castle, in County Armagh. is celebrated aa the blggest dwelling in Ireland, and flgures In many of the writings of Dean Swift. who waa a frequcnt guest thero. Formerlv. Lord Gosford was not particularly well off. owlng to tho difltculty of obtainlng any rcvenuo to speak of from his Irish estates. But about six years ago he succocded ln -selline- the major part of his property for sum of nearly $2,000,000, at tho same timo retainlng Gosford Caatlo and park, as well as the sporting rlghts over the fornier property. The Hall Divorce. Although Sir John Bigham, president of the Engllsh Divorce Court. granted last month tho decree domanded by Major Charles Spencer Hall, formerly of tlie Oxfordshlre Llght Infantry. ror the dl.-olution of his marriage to his Amorican wltc. on the ground that after leavlng him, sho had contractetl in America another marrlago, with Herbert M. Harriman. ot New York. ln Ausust, 1908, yet he vcry sonsibly throw out of court and declined to entcrtaln the gallant niojor's cltatlon of Herbert Harriman as coresnondent In tho case. Sir John thereby cm phaslzed the fact that although his trlbunal could not recognize as legal the divorce obtained by the former Mrs. Hall from tho courts of Rhodo Island, which from an English polnt of view were incpjnpotent to deal wlth the case, and that, consenuently, her subsequent marrlage to Herbert Har? riman was invalid in Engllsh law, yet that tho matter was a technlcallty, and not sufticldint in hls eyes to warrant thc cltatlon of Herbert Harriman a_ corespondent, or to admit of his being mulcted in damages as such. SIr John took into conslderatlon that Herbert Harriman was llving in America, wa_; legally domlclled there, and had mar? rled Mrs. Hall lt) accordanco wlth the lawa of hls country. Of course, under ordlnnry circumstunces, the fact of a corcspondont belng domlclled abroad does not exempt hlm from the Issue of a decree and damages against hlm by tho Engllsh Divorco Court. But in tho instanco of Herbert Harriman. the president intimated that he coulrl not be held as having beon guilty of anv offense, although Mrs. Hall had offended to such an extcnt against Engllsh law, in marrying hlm beforo securlng her freedom from the Eng? llsh tribunals, that a decree wns grant? ed against her to Major Hall. During tho course ot the proccod Ings the fact was brought to llght that tho former Mrs. Hall, who ls now Mrs. Harriman, has an Indopend ent Incomo ot hor own of $50,000 a year, out of which she wlll, of course. havo to pay tho costs of tho divorco obtainod by Major Hall. The latter, who has loft tho Engllsh army, was proved at tho saino tlmo, to have had a prlvato incomo of $3,500 a year, plus his military pay, whlch, of course. has now coased. Ho is llving at a placo called *Bvorcreoch, In -iomorset shirc, Mrs. Harriman, boforo marry- I lng hlm, was tho wldow of C. Albort Stovcna, of Now York, and of Caatlo Stcvens, Hoboken, and la a dau_rhter ot tho late Judge John R. Brady, of New York. S 1111.1 of Nniiulrnn III. In tlio two Hnos that aro .glvon by the Fronch papors to tlio annotmce ment of tho death of Count Aloxandro Loula 1-iigono d'Orx, in hla slxty-eiirhth year, at hla chatoau of St. Andra do .S.ignanx (Limdos), no montion ls mado ot' tho fact that ho wns a natural son of Napoleon III. Tho lattor; whlle imprlsoned in tho fortresa of Ham, a_ ter tho ralluro ot hls coup at Boulogue, fell ln lovo wlth a- vcry pretty laun dre_t> of tho namo of Blanoho Vorgeet, and became tho' fathor of hor two sons, born whllo he waa ln captlvlty, ono of whom, tho eldest, receivod, the miiiio of Aloxniiaro?-. Louis , Eugo.he. whllo tho younger wns Alexanure Louis Brnost. When Napoluon bpclvmo Eniporor, he behtived vory generously, both to thn -x-huindroHS. und to" hl$ two sons. Indeod, thauka to "tho dow ry wlth whlch. ho pro.vldod,. hor, ahe found a ifuHhnncl in tho narson ot: Plorro FriineoiaRuro. onbof.the.prtn olptil Olllclnla ot tho Trettsury Pepart The moit hoafthful of coffe.t t?Read the label on the ean and tkefl refer to Bulletln No. 19 of the U. 8. Dept. of A?.riottlture, Pa|? 13. lt comes from Loulsiana whose French-speaklng, people have the ?rt of coffee-nwklng to perfectlon LUZIANNE COFFEE A Rich Man's Coffee at a Poor Man's Price Why not be one of Its two mllllon users? Aik your Qroctr The Relly-TaylOf CO. NewOrl__n_,U.S.A. menl. As for her two boys, ho caiised them to bo cnretully eelticated, fur nUhcel them when thoy grow un, wlth appolnt.monta, and not long beforo tho outbrcak ot the AVur of 1870, created tho eldest Count Orx and the youngest Count de I.nbcnne, Orx and Dabonne belng tlie names of two small ::tallons on Uio Grcn't Northern Hallroad of France. The Comtc do Lnbenno mar? rled Mlle. Ilcnrletle Parndls, by whom ho hnd u son ot tho name of George. VtslttrtK Brlttany, thoy niade> a stay nt Palmpol. Thoy doveloped such a llklnK for tho nlnco that when !,??> bnnno dled, In 1882, hla wldow antl her llttle boy took up thelr rcsldenccthere. Thc chlld dled beforo ho was flvo yonra old, nnel tho countess. who aftorwarels marrled a man of tho namo of Dn pont, now resta wlth her two husbands nnd her llttle boy ln tho anclent Chapel of Lancey, which Bhe purchasod and eonvertod Into a mausoloum, and which ls Hltimted In tho vlclnlty of Pnlmpol. Napoleon'H elder son. the Comte d'Orx, reimnlned unmarrled. He pro vleleel for hlm by bestowlng upon hlm a very large tract of terrltory in Iho Laniles ellBtrlct, whero he spent his entlre oxlstenco In agrlcultural pur sults. to which he was devoted. holel Ing hlmself entlrely aloof from poll tlcs. lie bore a st.artllng rosemblance to his Impcrlal father, the natural llkeness havlng heen enhanced by his studfous aelheronco to Napoleon ITI.'s style of dress and modo of wearlng his bcard and mustnehe. AVhllo much be loved by his nelglibors, nnd untver sally respected throughout thc Dantles. stlll he remalnetl to such a degree apart from every form of publlc llfo that his vory oxlstenco has long been for gotten ln Parls aud In the remainder of France. (Copyright, 1010. hy the Brentwood Oompnny.l r.im_r,.s against stf.ameh. Vi llmliicrton Tutr Owner Pnllert Vesieel Awny From Iturnlng lluck. AVIlmlngton. N. C, ivrnrch 8.?Llbels aggregatlng $IS,500 have boen flled ln tho United States court hero agalnst tho Norweglan steamer Herman AVedel Jarlsberg. by local harbor craft, which recently pulled the shlp out of a dock whore she was endnngered anel dnm aged by ilrc at tho Senbonrd AlrUne termlnals, whlle dlscharglng cargo of fertlllzors for the German Kall AVorks, of Baltlmore. Two ot tlie llbellants also flle attochments on tho part cargo of kalnet In the vessol's holel. Owners. of tha Jarlsberg nnd cargo wlll glve bond for dofense of the libel, and af? ter completing tempornry repalrs here. wlll proceed to a shlpyard for perma? nent repalrs. - TO EXbAUGB POST-OFFICE. Lmproveiuenlw at Dnnvllle WH| t'oit About ?il.".,oot). [Speclalio The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Danville, Va., March 8.?Blds for the tmprovement and addltions to thc pres? ent post-offlce here wlll bc opened on March 16. and tho work, for v/hlch an approprlatlon of $65,000 was mado by Congreas, ls expected to be begun this spring. 1 lt is understood that Postmaster! Frank J-umpkln has recommended the Elks' quarters, on the corner of Main and Flovd Streets, as a temporary post offlce. 'The Elks' Home ls centrally located, and wlll be convenlent of tvp proach. A representatlve from the offlce of the supervlslng archltect aJt AVashlngton ls expected here to-mor? row to make an Investigatlon. BBOWN*8 t Bboktchxax. Tbocmes I S?v? th- volce in-U kind-of w?_thu. Sin.cn _oot Pricc, 35 cmtf, 00 cent* and $1.00 per box. S-inpb. m_d__ on roqpart. 1QHN I. HBOyW- SON. Bartor., Mm?. b ? There isno elemen* of chance in buying a "Steinway" PIANO Every one is a mas terpiece?no need of choice, save to please the fancy in casing. _ We want to send you a catajog. WalterD.Moses&Co., 103 IS. Broad Sl., nlclimond, A'a, i _jo ?.___? KKCEPTION AT STAfNTON. Tcndered hy . tasonln T-_dge to Onitil Uaatai Mct'he_ney, nr Vlritlnln Mnnnni. fSp-clnl to Tho Tlmos-I-lspatch.] Staunton, Va., March it.?Staunton Lodgc*. No. 13. A., P. and A. M.. Ir to-night ten dnrlng a rncnptlon to *vVllllam B. McChcs ney, a pnet rnustcr of the lodgn and its sc.retnry, roeontly olocted grand master of Vlrglnla Mnnons. Tho nffnlr was Intondcd to bo n gurprlse to Mr. McChosney. It i? not a formnl aftnlr, and for llint reason tho fsranrt offlcors wero not specially" Invited, but two of them, closo frlencls of Mr. Mc. Chesney, n?v. H. B. t^ee, of Charlottesvillo, grand chaplnln, a coll. go m-te, and James 1.1. Woods, also ot Charlotlflsvllte. grand Junlor warden, are horo, aa tvcll aa members of Chnrlottosvtlli*, Harrtsonhurg, CUtton Forge and Waynesboro lodges. Mualc,' spenklng nnd a hnnquet 1111 up tha time. Among tho spoakers aro Rev. Mr. Leo. and loenlly tho grand master hlmsoir, and thu followlng members of tho local lodge: Rti dolph Bumgardncr, cx-Congressman Quarlcs, Rcv. W. X. S.ott. D. D., O. E. Smlth, past master^ Colonel .Vllllam J, Pcrry and L. C. Straus. Encnped From ln_nn_ Anylnin. rKpedal to The Tlmes-Dlapatch.li Roanoke, Va,, March 8.?J. C. Fued. who was arre3ted horo yeaterday for beatlng hls way from Washlngton. D, C, to Roanoke on tho roof of a Pull? man car, was Identlfied to-day as an oscaped lunatic from the government insano asylum at Washington. Fued ? waa In tlie navy when he went in sane. Ho will be" rcturned to Wash? lngton. ??COLDS Are dcpresslng, palnfut and annojint}. Uo not nc-jlect a cold. Treat it at onca nnd ward off scrious compllcatlona that ?ill assuredly follow ncglcct. GRIPPE PIllS Act quickly. They rcduco ferer. rellara nll achinft pains, do not depress tha henrt. They are the arcatest of all speclfics for colds. Fully guarantead. Prlcc, 25c per box?mallable. 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