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Personal. MRS. JOHN FRANKLIN TEMBLK TON, who, wlth her daughter, has boen spendlng tho winter nt tlie Jeffersoii Hotel, haa gono to vislt frlends jn Baltlmore, Md. MIbb Mary Oaborno Tcmploton ls thc guest of Mrs. AVilllam Ilodgea Mann at the Exocutlve Manslon. Colonel Tem pleton wlll Joln his famlly in AVaynos boro, Va., at the close of tTie General Assembly, lliison?Tivlford. Tucaday afternoon at thc rcsldence of Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Twlford, In Nor? folk, a prntty Avedding waB solcmnlzod, when thelr daughter, Mlaa Rosa Mae, becatno the brlde of Sldncy A\'. Mii?on. Tho brldo woro a bcautlful crcatlom of whlte- moiisselliie wlth trlminlngn of Irlsh point, and carrled ,-i shower of roses and llllcs of thc valley, und was glven away by her father. MIrfa Pearl Twlford, thc brlde's slatcr. was mald of honor. Her gown waa of Whlte moua sellnc with lace trlmmlngs, and her flowers were yellow tullps. Harry Masnn actcd as best man. The ribbon bcarern wero Mlsses A'lrglnla Ewell and Mlrlam Jones. Rev. George IW'e&ley Jonen, pastor of McKendree Church, offlclatod. Immedlately after tho cercmony Mr. and MrB. Mason left on thc Washington steumcr for an extended Northern tour. MImn I'arrlsli Here. Mlas Mary Parrlsh is spendlng aov f-r.il days ln thls clty as thc guest of her uncle, AA'illlam H. Pnrrlsh, at his homc, 1?'!3 AA'est Grace Street. Ilrltirn-il I-'rom Aliroad. T. Moncure Perklns. who has been spendlng some months at waterlng places ln Germany for his hcaith, re? turned to Rlclunond on Tuesday even? ing and Ih now much Improved. Mrs. l'erklns wlll rcmaln In Swltzerland. whero her daughters, Naney and Allce, aro at school. The Cleveland chlldren are also puplls at that Instltutlon. Dlnner for JiiiIkc Slmrkrlford, Judge George Shackelford, of Orangc, A'a., was thc guest of honor at a bcau? tlful dlnner tendered hlm last even? lng by the cltizens of Culpeper. The affair was a very handsome ono and attended hy a number of distlngulshed gueat*. Tn h c h n I?AVo r d. Palms, sllvcr candolabra and quanti tiea of whlt? flowers were the decora tiona at 1704 Hanover Avcnue yester? day mornlng at 11 o'clock, when Mlas Mlrlam Spottswood AVord became the brlde of Her'schcl Fellx Paachal, ot New York. The cercmony, whlcli took placo lu thc homo of the brlde, was performed by Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, D. D., ln the prcaenco ot only the ne-areat relatives and most Intlmate friends of the bride and grooin. Little Mlss Anne Lccky, ln a llngerle froek, with flowcrcd rlbbons. and Mastcr James Lecky, Jr.. ln a whlte <Ioth suit, held the rlbbons. Harry White, of New York. was the groom's best man. Tho brlde enfered on the arm of lier brother. Kdward Lyle Word. by whom she was glven away. She wore a handsome tailored suit of dark blue and carrled a shower bouquet ot lilles of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Paachal left on the noon traln for Atlantic Clty and other Northern clties. On thelr return they wlll bc at horne at the Pembroke, 11G East Twciity-.lftri Street, Ncw'York. Vlalting Here. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer L. Carter. of Preston Street. Baltlmore, are spend? lng some tlme ln this city ns the house guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Atkin? son, 101 West Franklin htrect. Mr*. Marnhnll Knt-rtnln-. Mrs. John F. Marshall. Jr.. cntcr talned the members of her brldge club most dclightfully Tuesday afternoon at her home ln Norfolk. Thc highest score was made by Mlss Bessie Dpylc, and thoso enjoying Mrs. Marshall's hos pltaHty wore Mrs. Phlllp M. Prescott, Jr.. Mra. Menalcus Lankford. Mrs. AV. Lane Kelly. Jr., Mrs. 1. Branch John? son, Mlss Bessie Doyle. Mlss Mary Boyster and Mlss Bessie Merritt. Homc AVeJdlnB In Slafford. Mlss Eva Sthrcshley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlus Sthrcshley, of near Lceland. ln Stufford county, and John B. Uroaddu:?, formerly of Carollne county. now of Washington. were mar? rled Wednesday at 11 o-clock at the home of the brlde's parents, Bev. De ratur Edwards. of Frederlcksburg. per forming tho .ceremony. Mlss Carrie AVilllams played the weddlng music. The parlor and dliiins-rooms were decorated wlth ferns and carnatlons. The flower glrl, Mlss Frances Smlth ers, of AVashlngton, carried pink sweet p?as. The brldo wore a blue broad eloth travellng ault and carrled roses and' llllea of tho valley. Among tho guests from a distance were Mra. R. B. McCalley, Mrs. Charles Smlthera and two chlldren, of Washtng If there is such a thing as "luck" in tne service given by automobile tires, it is very un* evenly divided. Goodrich Tires aeem to be lucky tires year after year;?in making new tire records in the big endurance contesUi or inv the service of owners. 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TION\ Dyspopala, I.umbago; Catorrh, lllitfu matlsra, Gout, Nephrltlo Collc, fitono' InTlio Klclney and Bladdor. aml most Kldm-y, I.lvor and Stomach Allmvnts. 3c, A MAGTci .TONDBR for Ui-iiio-rliolils, Sw_lllns_, Infianicd or Cliafert .Parts,' Bmns. '.''Orui.so-i OINTMENTK so?.. - - , , , ? snralns otc. A U-Cful liomo r-me.dy nnd sh-iild bo hopt ltamly for uao ln thu hoiiseholcl. un An-itli for the Comnloslon: Icoopa tlio Bkln aort niul removos riniplca, BlomlsluiB, BlaiOthoarta! etc. Tr" lt. For Salo Uy DruS?(lst8. Mauft'd by HANCOCK JUQUIIl SUb J-IU_I. CO ,.VrU? for. booblct an S.\i1pliur, Biilltmui-i, Mil, If your Dnalor can't uupi'l)*-you, Bftit by V_.lp.ll or BNpioiiB, prcpalil. Th? moat he-lthful of coffeea i -Read the label oo the eaa and then refer to Bull-tm No. 19 of the U. 8. Dept. of A.rlcaltera, P?<c 13. It comes from Loulsiana whose Prench-speaklng, _ people have the art ?*? of coffee-maklng w to perfectlon " . LUZIANNE COFFEE A Rich Men's Coffee at a Poor Man's Price Why not be one of, Its two mllllon users? Atkyour Croctr The Reily-TaylOf CO. NewOrtaani, U.S.A. .on; Mrs. H. C. Clinc, Sr? of Clay ton, ind.; Mrs. H. C. Cllno. Jr., sister of the jrlde*, of Proepcct Hill Farm, Carollno :ounty. Followlng tho ceremony a weddlng breakfast was served, after which Mr, ind Mrs. Broaddus left for a Northern bridal trip. They wlll rosldc In Wash Ington. U. O. C. Entertnlned. The nichmond Chapter, United Daughters of the Confedcracy, were most dollghtfully cnlertalned at the Home for Confederate AVomen from 5 Mrs. Asqmth to Ask Separation RIGnT HO>". nERBERT II. ASaUITII . LIBEItAL PREMTIER OF ENGLAND. Mra. Asqulth, tho -ccond wifc of thc E iikIInIi l'rcmlcr. She was M1-* Mnrgn ret Tennnnt, und is n woman of much declslve charucter. "Eccentricities on Both Sides Said to Be Cause of the Re? ported Estrangement. I.ondon, March 10.?Tho report that Prlnc? MinUtcr Herbert Asquith and hls wife are to seek "Judiclal scparatlon" Is no loneer whlapered. but has become - favorito con vcraatlonal toplc tn London soclety. TVhllo the news of an actual break camo as a surprise to many, it has long been known that the Aaqulths did not Uve hap pily togethcr. Many thought that for rea-! sons of policy they would not Invlto tlie publiclty of court proceedlngs. It is now almost certaln that Mr. A? qulth wlll resign the leadcrshlp ot ihe Ubcral party and retlra as piimo mlnlster. He will bo mado a. pecr by Klng Edward. lt the present program ls carrled out, and lind a scopa for his abillty in other chan aels. AVlthlr, .wo weeks tho promler ls sald to havo offended Klng Bdward by appeannjj before hlm too ofton after havlng lunched woll, but not wlsely. Ha came to ask a pledgo from thc Klng that he would sus tnln tbe govornment'a hond ln the matter of abollshing the vote ln tbo Rouse ot Lords. "I will give you no pledse," sald tne Klng tnrtly,. "but I advise you. alr, to take one." Tho very fact that Asqulth ls to bo maa_ a pecr ls llkely to dolay tho. legal stcps toward a soparatlon. Mrs. Asqulth Ib en? tlrely too ambltlous to loso tho opportu? nlty of becomlng a pceross. She has lert for the Contlncnt, and tho report ls that durlng her absence tho Ilrst movc for a soparatlon wlll be> made. Many thlngs contrlbutcd to the domesti unhapplncss of thu Asqulth-. Mattcrs havo reached-euch in acuto stago that no. aooner does tlie prumler arrlve at the officlal resi denco than the wlfe packa her trunUa and leaves for the country. Mrs. Asqulth's uccentricltlcs and want ot lact are offset by Mr. Asqulth's IrrltaUillty and Increaalng quest for stimulatlon. Tha "sreat ladles" ot the IJberal party attena offlclal functiona at tho houae ou Uown lug Street, but they do not call inform ally on Mrs. Asqulth later. Thoy ii-ve learued from experlence that she takes nt, patns to conceal her boredom when sho ie not wlth her small and equally eccentrie sot. Tho wlfe'o frlendshlp for Maud Allan. the dancer, has boen tho eausu of moro llian ono famlly squabble. Mlss Allan haa a great lnfluence over the promlor's wllo, ana j has had her social support desplte a elrcio . of trowns. Ucalc?Thornton. [Special to ThoTlmos-vDlapatch,K('r; I Waverly, Va? March 10.?-A pielt.\ marriage was solemnl-od at tho homo of Mr. and -Alrs. AV. E. M. Thornton. near Lumberton, Suasex'county, Va? on Tuesday, when Mlss Mfcfliello Thornton became the brlde of .luliua AV, Boulc Tho ceremony was Imprcssively .per? formed by Rev. Mr. AVilllams, pastor of AVuvorly M. E. Church. Mr. and Mrs. Bcalo left ovor tho Norfolft aml AA'est ern road for AVashlngton, Boltlnioro and other Northern citlos, after which thoy wlll'i return aud make Franklin thelr home. Mra. Mary E. WlUlnina, , [Special to The Tlmes.I'.'lspatelt.l Lyncliluirg, Ara,, , Mareh 1Q.?Mrs. Mary K. AVilllams, wldow of Jamea T. AVilllams, died tci-rtay nf tor two weeks' lllness ot' pneuinonla, Sho wus slxty-four years old, aud waa a natlve of Lesbui'g, havlng llved -here twenty flve years, She hus two . brothers. Qscar and 13- W, llanvoy, tho foriner llvlng tn Loudouii; coutity, and tho Qtlier in AA'asliliiffton. ;-, to 6 o'clock on "Wcdncsdny afternoon. Thofie recoivlng v/cre Mr?, A. ... Mon tague, Mrs. Hlmon fijolo, Mrs. D. A. Brown, Mrs. V, 3, Whlte and Mrs. Raab, Tho Daughters wero invited to the Homo for nn infot'mal recepllon and to Inspect thc rcnovntlons nnd Improve? ments recently madc. Rlchmond Chaptor WRrtncj-lay morn? ing passed a resolution that a lotter bo wrltten to tho Vlrglnla Leglslature urglng it to mako tho appropriation necessary for tho contlnuanco of tho work ,of the Kccper of Confederate Records. A motion was unanlmotisly carrled that a badgc of tho Rlchmond Chaptor bo presented to Mrs. Jacob Van Doren, of Albemarle, ln rccognitlon of thc splendld work done by her for thc Vlr? glnla Daughters, and In motnory of her iilustrlous father, Commodoro Matthew Fontalne Maury. An honored vlsltor at Wednosday's meeting was Mrs. James llalsey, of Philadelphia, foundcr of thc Goneral Uabney Maury Chnptcr. Daughters of tho Confederacy, ot that clty. Tllble Clniisei. nt Ccntennry. Miss Angle Mnnning Taylor, who conducted Biblc classes ln tit. Paul's Cburch nnd the Sccond Baptist Church, Rlchmond, several yea;*.. ugo, returns for two weeko of slmilar work In this city, under the auspices of tho Woman's Interdenominatlonal Mlssionary Unlon of" Richmond. Thls serics of servlccs will begin March M in Ccntcnary Mcth odist Church at 11 o'clock, contlnulng dally untll March 18 nt tho same hour. During tho followlng weck, from March 21 to 25, the servlccs wlll be hcld at the Church of the Covcnant at 4:..0 P. M. Miss Taylor will bc the guest of Rev. and Slrs. Calvln Stewart, 1031 West Grace Street. These women's service.. were largely attended when Miss Taylor vislted Richmond before. Pns-i? Vnncey. A very pretty wedding wan cele brated on "Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rcv. Gcorgo XV. McDanlel, D. D., offlciatlng. when Miss Pallle Frances Yancey, of Roxboro, N. C, and James Jt Pass, of Columbla. S. C, were mar? rled, Dr. J. C. Walton was best man. and Petcr Halj Walton gavo tho bride away. After March 11, Mr. and Mrs. Pass wlll be at home ln Roxboro, N. C. Surprise Pnrtr. Miss Lola White was pleasantly surprlsed at her home, Olf- East Mar shall Street, last night by about thirty frlends. Among tlic guests were frlends from Norfolk, Baltimore, "Washington, Pe? tersburg and other clties, who were visitlng ln the city. The party not only took alonsr a large fund of good cheer, but muslcal Instruments, good things to eat and cards were also taken, and cacli con Baking Powder. Every housekeeper has a keen and commendablo prlda In lier bread, blscuit, cako and other dalntics that tempt the appetlte and bulld braln and inuscle for tho members of her famlly. Tho ' food satisfaction?thls absoluto cortalnty of tasty and healthful food ls a vcry slmple and easy nfatler If you use "Good Lnck" Baklng Powder. The Southern Manufacturing Company RICIIMOND, VA. Is That Boy of Yours Late? Does he fail to meet his cngage ments around the home? Does he disappoint you on occa sions when promptness seems neccs sarv? Does he seem indifferent about these things? / Then do not condemn him or lower him with a load of censure. He probably needs. a Watch. Buy him one, and then see him meet his appointments on time. Wc sell Howard, Elgin, Wal tham, B. W. Raymond and other makes, and stand back of them. Prices right. J. T. Allen & Co., Fourtcenth and Main Streets, Richmond, Va. COLDS Are depresslnu, painful and nnnoylng. Do not neglcct u cold. Treat lt at once nnd .vnrd otf sorlous compllcattons thut will assurcdly follow nefilcct, GRIPPE PILLS Act quickly. They rcduco fover, rcllero all ochina pains, do not dopress thc henrt. Thoy aro the jjroutest ol all i|.e::lfics for colds. Fully guarantcud. Price, 23c per box?rnailable. POLK MILLER DRUG CO., 834 East Main Str^ot. Tan Oxfords and Pumps. Irlbuted her ahn.ro to the evcnlng'a en tertalnment. ^ Mlas AVhlte proved a most agrecablo hostesfl and waa asalsted by tho ex [lellont entertalncra who wero num'ber ed ln tho party. J. A. Jones furnlshed a solo whlcli was most enjoyable. Mra. E. Lawson aceompanicd Mr. Jones on tho plano, Miss A. M. Perry. of Norfolk, who ln considered an excellent nlnger ln her home clty, showod tliat she do served tho romitatlon by rcndorlng several selectlons ln a moat pleaslng rnanncr. Mlsa Lcola Powcrs, of Bal? tlmore, gavo aeveral rccltatlons, -Mrs. O. W. Murray also asalstcd in tho muslcal cntertalnment. Among those present woro the parents of the hostess, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. AVhlte, Mr. and Mrs. CJ. AV. Mur? ray, Mr. and Mrs. L. AV. Orlseolm, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles La Rovclra, J. J. Byrnc, G. C. Turner, E. 1_ McClan, J. O. Jones, James Moore, M, J. Flynn, Milton Harrls, Thomaa Farrar, of At? lanta; J. O. Jones. of New Vork; Jo? seph Connors. of AVashlngton, D. C.'j Mls? Lola Powors, of Baltlmore: Mlss Lr.ura M". Berry, Mlsa J3. Lawson, Mlsa Nelllo Press, Mlss Julla Genovleve Kussell and Mlsa Grace irutchison, of AA'ashlngton. In nnd Out of Torrn, Mlsa Katherlne Dickson, of Norfolk, wlll arrlve horc to-day and wlll bc tho gueat of Mlss Julla Joyncs, on AVest Franklin Street, for the week end. Mrs. James C. Smyth, who haa beon spendlng somo tlmo wlth her mother, Mrs. F. G. Meachain, In New York, lias returned to the clty. Mr. and Mrs. james I. Prltchctt havo returned to their homo In Danville, after a atay of somo weeks ln Hot Sprlngs, Ark. Mls- LouIbo Erncst, of Portsmouth, Va, io vlslting frlends In thla clty for a few weeks. Mrs. John M. TIull, of Frederlcks? burg, la tho gueat of hor sister, Mrs. W. D. Moncure, In Richmond. Mlss Mlrlam Norman hns rcturned to her home In Newport News, after a vislt of two weeks to friends ln thla clty. Mrs. R. C. Wellford, of "Sablne Hall." was a recent guest of her daughter. Mrs. Frank B. Guest, at "Snowden." C O'Connor Goolrlck, who has been spendlng several days ln thls clty. has returned to his home In Frederlcks? burg. Mlss Mary Klng Nash has^returned to her home in Portsmouth, after a vislt of some weeka in Washington, and Wilmington, Del. W. S. AVcddell. of thls city, haa been spendlng a few days on business ln Frederlcksburg, A'a. AV. Hill Frquhart. formerly of Rich? mond, now of Baltlmore, ls the guest nf hla mother, Mrs. AA'. H. Urquhart, ln thls clty. Mrs. Eugcne Blackford, who has been vlslting relatives In A'lrglnla for some 'tlme, has returned to Baltlmore. Mrs\ James T. Rutnerfoord and children. of Rock Castle, are the guests of Mrs. Young. at 1000 AVcst Avenue, for several days. Mrs. Charles Johnson and Miss Helen Jbhnson havo returned to thelr home in Christlansburg, after spend? lng somo time here at the Jefterson Hotel. Miss Bessie Gltnn. of Charlottes? vllle, Is visltlng relatives ln thls city for several weeks. TOOK MONEY FROM LETTERS. General Delivery Clerk in AVllurington Post-Ofllce Arrested. AVIImington, N. C, March 10.?Ever ett McAlllster, twonty-n|ne years old, for the past slx years general delivery clerk iu the AAllmlngton post-offlce, was arrested to-day by Post-Otnce Inapec tors John C. Koons and James B. Rob? ertson, charged wlth abstracting let ters containing money and other valti ables and convertlng them to his own use, his alleged peculatlons coverlng a period of several months. Markcd colns from a test letter were found on his person when taken into custody. He ls a natlve of Indiana and was for? merly a private ln the United States Army OPPOSITION TO "RIXG." Flsht AVill Oc Mndc ou AdintnlMtratlon Forces ln Norfolk. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.l Norfolk, Va., March 10.?Political gossip ls already stlrring among tho leaders of the varlous wards of the clty, and tt is expocted that the pres? ent admlnlstratlon forces, known aa the rlng, wlll have strong opposition, at least In somo of tho doubtful warda, That thero Is llttle hopo of doing more than maJting inroads Into thelr strength is also admltted. From an unblased vlewpolnt there seems to be llttle or ho dangor of the "1ns" belng turned out at the coming election or thelr powor serlously 1m palred. Wlth the Frst. Second ahd Fourth absolutoly sure to them, wlth evory indlcation that they have the Thlrd and Slxth and n better flghting chance than any opposition ln tho other wards, thc admlnlstratlon seems safcly Intrenched. Thls year a member of tho Council from each ward and two ControHers are duo to be elected. That the oppo? sition wlll devotes its efforts to tho electlon of a Controller ls admltted by thc leaders, but the anmlnlstratlon is confldent of taking caro of these men. RKCEIArER IS AIM'OINTED Declslon ln Case Involvlng A'nlunblc l'roperty Iu .liunew Clty. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. j AVIUIiunsburB', A'a., Mareh 10,?Judge D. Q, Tyler hns rendered n declslon In the tnjunctlon suit of -Potor C. Ilan son vs. Clnrenco A. Beasccker, enlnrg ing nnd perpetuating the injunctlon, und appolntlng Herbert Dean, of James Clty, recelvor. Tho suit involvos con slderablo tlmber and othor porsonal proporlv on "Rlch Neck" farm, ln jamea Clty. Governor AV. II. Mann wlll delh-er an iiddi'ess. here on Frlday nlght, March 2,", at tho meetlng of the teacliera of the Thlrd Congressional Dlstrlcl, whleh wlll bo held on March -5 nnd _?. Dr. Robert AV. Barnwoll, rector of St. Psul'a Church, Petersburg, wlll deliver tlu> baccalaurealo sermon at AVUllnm aud Mary Collego ou June 0. ??i-?? ' ? - . Marrlugo Licenso Usuctl. [Special to Tho Tlmea-Dlspnteh. J, Alpxahdrla, Vu., Mareh 10.?A'marriag- l|.. ctnsi: was iaaucd by tlio elnrk of tlm Cor poiallon Court thls afternoon to Mlss Ilft bee'ea" E. Tiillln, daughter of. Mrs. J. C, Pullln. nnd .loiiuph Fenwlok, both of thia e|ty. lt la uiiilrrstood that tho couple, wlll bo marrled aa snem ns a ill?priis;illcni ciin. bo seourod from Cardlnnl Clibbuiis. Now llotcl nt Crt'iro, [Special to Tlio Tliues-Dlapatch, ] 1,'rewu, Va-, March' 10,.?Tho new hotel bullt by T- 0. Oliver ut n eoat ot $80,000 haa been eoinplcitcd, anj wlll bo ready for gmipaney by Aprll 1. Loss of Strength i?ny form of female trouble causes loss ol strength?makes you weak and miserable. What you need is a tonic, a strength-building medicine. Try Cardui. This standard medicine for women, has been found to relieve nearly all the pains arising from female ailments, by acting directly on the cause of the trouble. Further, Cardui restores strength by its tonic, invigorating action on the whole system. It acts promptly, but easily, on the delieate wo manly constitution and Ieaves no bad after-effecta. TAKE The Woman's Tonic OH 173 Eead this letter from Mrs. Mattie ChristopHer, R. F. D. JSTo. 72, Atlanta, Ga. "I recommend Car? dui to all my lady friends.- I think it is the best medicine for female troubles. I took all kinds of medicine but noth? ing did me as much good as Cardui. Now I suffer no pain and am better j in everj} way." j Try Cardui. 'Twill Eelp you. It i [? is recommended for young and old, in every condition of life. For sale at all druggists. ll HOT TH TO 115. LICENSES L'ax on Saloons in Pctersburg j Will Probably Rcmaiu as It Is. MRS. CAROLINE EANES DEAD To Enlarge Scope of Fair to Be Held During Fail. Tlmes-Dispatch Bureau, 103 North Sycamoro Strect, Pctersburg, Va., March 10. So far as known. no effort will be nado by the anti-saloon forces to have iquor licenses in Petersburg Increased he corning year. Tho rctail licenso to eli liquor ls now $250, and theio aro hirty-two pnloons in tho city, an av rngc of about one saloon to every ,000 inhabllants. Ucfitli of .11 rN. Enuc*. Mrs. Carollne Epps I-anes, after a ong period of foeblo health, passed [Uietly away at her home on Grove ivenue thls morning about 4 o'clock. Iho had passed tho age ot four-scoro ?cars, belovcd and re3pccted by all who ?new her. Hor long Ufe waa spent in 'etersburg and she was known to a argc clrcle of friends. Mrs. Eanes was the mother of Ceorgc Sanes, for some years City Sergeant ot 'ctersburg and a Democratic loader in he exciting political days of the past. 'he was also thc- mother of Captain londerson Eanes, who was for years .hlef of Police of the clty. Sho ls urvived by one son, Detective Davld ?. Eanes, of the police force, and Ieaves . number of grand and great-grand hildren Peraonol and Otlier-vlac. Moses R. Saal, a former prominent norchant of Petersburg, but for sov rttl years past a resldent of New Or cans. has been ln thc city several days ;rcctlng old frlends. The "Wednesday Muslc Club had a .leasant "open day" meeting yosterday ifternoon at the homo of Miss Rosa rfeath, on Market Strect. The piano seiectlons were from I_tsst, and tho vo ?allsts sang folk songs. A number of juosts were present. At a meeting of Pctersburg Council, i-Cniglits of Columbtis, last night, Jamea [I. Balley and F. M. D'Alton were elcct ;d dolegates to the Stato conventlon,to ue held ln Rlchmond on May 12. Tho falr to be hcld ln Petersburg l _c.xt fail wlll embrace twelvc countles in its territory, instead of three, as ivas the case in the agrlcultural exh of laat fail. And )t ls deslgned make it an educational falr. ?lack Myers, youngest son ot - s'annle C. Myers, and employed at ?torc of tho Stockdell-Mycrs Hardw Company, Is a patient at tho Poterab lospital. threatencd wlth blood p .nlng. He accldentally stuck a ?t .er ln hls hand last Sunday. and :roublo has extended to the arm. The Commlssioners of Election to-day and canvasscd tbo voto cas Tuesday In thc tspeclal electloh Congressman from thia dlstrlct, crt Tv.rnbull received all ot the votes polleil ln Petersburg. No rel have been received here from the ous counties in the district, but vote was very llght everywhere. Rev David Kleln, rabbi of the U Street Synagoguo, in thls city. dolivor tho address at tho Eaglos* inoiial exerclses on March 27, Stein's Orchestra, of Richmond. furnish the Instrumental music. S.\PI3 IN BUENOS ATRES. ( anlnln aud Crew of Schooncr Edga Itotm nt Lndt Heard From. rSpeclal to ThoTimes-DiBnatch.J Norfolk. Va., March 10.?Cap Rouben Quillcn, master, and the c of tho schooner Edgar C. Rosa 1* landod at Buenos Ayres and are pected to return to the Unlted St as soon as they can secure passage This news camo in a brlef cables from Captain Quillen to his famll: I_ewes, Del., and is truo beyond q tion. Tlie master does not say bo. reached Buenos Ayres, but seafa men say that it is safo to say tha and hls crew wero taken oft the ; in mldocean by somo salling ve whlch landcd them at tho South A: Jcan port. It Is almost as though these men rlsen from tho dead. Their scho was wrocked In.tho atorm of last ecmber, and subsequently was slg adrift, wlth no one aboard. T have boen several rumors that tho < had been taken off, biit proved t and the families and frlends ot marlners had almost abandoned I when thero camo a report somo wi ago that an Italian steamer, whlch portod sightlng tho Rosa, also repo that from slgns aboard her tlie'.-* appeared to have been taken off 1 passlng vessel. Thc news of tho safo arrlval these men at Biienos Ayres" ca* many ln the niarine district hero ti ovcrjoyed to-day. Captain Quillen hls famlly have many friends h abouts. CASTORI/ For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bouj Bears the Jjjf y/JF*?Jl Signature of L?a&%T<Z&JZi Invest Your Spare Money in Diamonds PAYS BETTER THAN SAVINGS BANK * We are cxpecting another advance in DIAMONDS. and for that reason we have just bought. a large quantity of vcry finc stoncs at a prico which cnablea us to ofl'er some special bargains this weck. Vou are always safe iu itivesring in DIAMONDS, for you can turn them into cash ao-?asy and inakc a good profit, hesidcs having thc use of them. . DO NQ1 MISS THIS CUAXCE. ' ' ' J.S. JAMES, JEWELER ASD OPTICIAN, ~~~ Sev?ut;h and Maln Streets. WE SOUCIT ACCQUNTS WITH RKU.M-U*. PERSQt-S.