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jiftfrr.-nrd.** kllled, was n wclt-to-do contractor of thls placo and n member of a iitomlnrrit South Cai-nllnn famlly. Ilo loft horo Monday for .lohns llop ktna Hospltal nt Hnltlnioi'o, where ho had plannr-d to have un opovatlon por formed ln thc hop.* of belng cured nt n dlfrtaati which had trouhlod hlm for n ?long Ul"*** When I*: ,ef. holT i_ j-eonicd yierfertly rntlonal. lt la thouitht bv UiOfo who know lilm horc that broodliig ovor hls physlrnl trou? blo raii.iod hlm lo b.cdnk. unliHlanccd niontnlly. _... Bctlicn wns about forty yenrs ni.t. nnd was iiiimflitled. lio I* fuiv ved hy one brother, a merchant nt Llttlo ltock. S. C. _ oid in B. & o, lhiipior* rhllAdolphln. Pa., March 23.?toiv Viurtor O. 13. Wrllmnti. who was shot and kllled l.y X. XX. Betbon to-day on it Baltlmore and ohlo twfl,;nM^VU' mingtoti. Del., llved wlth hls v.-ifo i nd four chlldren at 1402 South P [<>'; fourth Stroet, thls clty. llc, lmd been ?ln thc rmploy of thc Baltlmore and Ohlo company for nearly twonty-iH? jreara. anu1 had boen a conductor iu ^Superlntcndcnt Voy.'s sald that Weli . man wos one of the most rellable mon on thc road. peerTstanding firm Elanlfl.ancc of Largo Mnjnrlty for Lord Ro?ch.r>''a Resolutlon. London. March 2-..? Thc large ma* ? joritv by which thc Houso of Lords yosterday carrled Lord Roaebcry? thlrd resolutlon. which deals wlth tho heredltary princlplo, Is rather tho rcg - istratlon of publlc oplnlon than the forertmnor oi any effcctlvo r.eform of tho second chaiiiber, Tho resolutlon !> ivas adopted by a voto of 175 to 17. Tho debato rovcalcd a stron/g fccllnR ngainst tlie resolutlon. and Lord Lans downe had to assiirc tho members to? ward the close of tho dohato that thc lesolutlon would ln no way sacriihe tho heredltary prlnclple. Ilo added: "A pecr mav voto for tho resolutlon. nnd tnen vote that- every member of thls house should have a heredltary Lord Rosebery followed and oxuloln rd that tliev were only revoallng the manner in whloh they belleved thc re forms should so. No blll would be . *ubiiiltted; that was for somo fiovcrn* ment of thc day to do. This oyldantls impllcs that no refom. or tho House of Lords wlll bc undertalten from the Conservatlvc slde untll a Conacrvatlve govornmont is ln offlce._ WILL APPLY TOTHE COURTS l'lnn of .he l.ocul Optlon Cmupalgo Committee lu Chlcago. Chlcago, 111., March 23.?-Followlng a ?rullng bv thc board of electlon com mlssloners, whlcli made lt practlcally certain tliat the "dry" petitlon would ho thrown out, thc local optlon cam? paign committee last nlght by forinal ' resolutlon Instructod lts attorneys to carry the tlght Inlo thc courts. As a result it wlll not bo known f.or sev? eral days whether Chlcago wlll vote on tho "wet und dry" nuest-*-*n Aprll 5. and ln the ?meantlme all sorts of com plicatlons are posslble. Tho llnal declslon of the electlon board will.be glven to-morrow or Fri? day. ' ??*?-' NEW MAILDEVICE Sntkx Cnn Now llc Tokeu Vp ooil Dellvered Wllliout Dnnger. Washington. March 23?By a dcvlce invciitcd by an Iowa man and ap? proved bv "the Postmaster-Ueneral to- | dav. mail* wlll be takon up on movlng trains anfi dellvered at many places ? wherc fusl trains do* not stop. The adoption uf the devlce marko nn hn y.ru.nt *Hep ln tlie movement to equlp all rallroad lines with lt. The growth of the service and thc shortening ot 'Bcheilules has nccessi tated change ol mails without stopplng at many uillces of eonsiderable ?l7.e. - Tlie new devlce. takes on ot dlaqhargeB mail sufely without danger of throwlng the sacks" under tho whoelis and do Biroylne- thein-or deralllng tht* train. ANTITOXIN FATAL Woinnii Tlie.*. ln CoHYlllalouS, Result uf Iiin<*iilntlon. Minneapolls, Minn.. March 23.?Mrs. Guy 13. Smlth, of thls clly, la ilead as the result of belng Inoculated wlth antl toxln to-dav. Sho dled ln convulalona llve minutes after the antitoxin had been adniinlstored by a physiclan. Mra. Smlth was vlslting at thc homo of Mrs. Benjamin Franklin, Jr., aild had been ailing for""several days. A physiclan pronounced Mrs. Franklln's irouhlo dlphtherla. Ho inoculated both wo? men with antitoxin, and Mrs. Smlth's death followed. TOM L. JOHNSON SAILS Former Mayor of Cleveland Golug lo' Carlsba.il for Health. New yorft,'* ? Mrfrch 23.?Former Mayor Toih' 17." Johnson. of Cleveland, salled for Europe'to-day on board the Mauretmila ln search of health. Mr. Johnson is going io Carlsbad to take tho waters, but decllned to dls cuss his plans ln any dotail. He camo to this city a fow days ago front Cleveland. -wherc lt wns reported that liis health was extremcly poor. AMUSEMENTS. Central Craud Couoert Company. To music lovcrs tho notable event of the entlre serles ot entertalnment pro grams arranged for thla city by the Badellffe 'Bureau wlll be the appear, anco at the Academy of Mugtc thls evenlng of the Central Grand Concert Company, composed of four emlnent artlsts whose names have long been assoclated with the bc?t ln their re spectlvo flelds. It does not happen often that foui auch prominent flgures in the musica world aro brought together ln on< organlzation, and tho secret of th< coiripany's instanlaneou.. success on tln lyceum cireults ls easlly understoot by thoso famlliar with its pcrsonnel Maxlmilian Dlok la ono of tho grea vlollnlsta of tho present generatior and hla name a-lono would ordlnarll: be sufflclent for any program. Mis Edith Adams. the famous woman 'eel llst, yields nothing to any other clalm snt in thls Held. She has long ag eome to bo recognlzed as a master o thls noble instriunont, lilthorto regard ' ed aa the exclusive property of th stronger sex. Adolph Knauer. as plan iat of note, and Mme. Rubi Pearlv Meyer, a soprano soloist of high ranl Wlll flll out the ciuartet. and wlll abl maintain the standard set by the Othe two. Tho program has boon arrange so as to bring each of the nrtlst.** con spleuously to tho front durlng th courso of the evenlng. 'Or Lylng just beneath the outer covering or tlsBtie-skin, is a sensitive merr l?ranou8 fleah ln whlch are imbodded thouuauds of small blood vo3sels. It 1 through these tlny voine. and artorie3 that nutriment ia suppllod from the bloo to the different porca, glands and lyniphatics. Thus the skin ls kopt health; and free from all eruption or disease, by pure blood. But whon impuritios an fcumors infect the circulatdon ita nourtshing properties aro diminished and ii ute&d of supply ing the skin with healthful properties it constantly irrltatos an dlseases the delicate ftbrcs, pores and glands with sharp uratic matter. Then tl ikln tisauos inflame. uwell and ulcerate and some form of skin disease appea: on the surface. Applying soothing lottons, salves, eto,, to tho outer eruptioi does not purify the blood and therefore the skln trouble can not be cured in th manner. S. S. 3. etirea all skin dlseasoB by neutralizing the aoids and removir the humors from tho blood. It cools the acld-heatert circulatlon, builds it up - lts normal strength and thickness, multipltes ita rich, nutritious corpuBcles, ai tdtls to its purity in every way. Then tho skln, instead of belng irrttated at inflamed by sour impurities is nourished, soothed and softened by thls coolln healthy Btreara of blood. 8. S. S. Cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheui Poison Oak, boilB, plmples, rashes, etc Bodk on Skln DlBeases free to all wl wrtte. Sro SWITT __-&<___-IO 00., ATLANTA, <_A. Here are three of the new Spring styles-^New York styles?not the exaggerations of Chicago, but the correct, pronounced fashions that will be worn by the intelligent man of business or college. Come in and try on; some of ? these were made for you. ' When you come to this store to select a Suit, you will leave Doubt and Indecision - on the outside. ' Our Spring and Summer models will meet your preconceived idea of what is right in style, fit, quality and value. You cannot afford to overlook them. Spring Sack Suit., $15 to $35. Prince Albert Coatt and Ve.t.j $25 to $35. The new Cutaway Coat and Ve.t, $28. For Boys and Girls here are' hundreds of beautiful Spring Reefers at $2.75, up. For Boys here ai'e all the novelties and new things in Suits either Washable or Woolen. ^__ For girls again, here are the swellest Milan Straws and for the older ones, beautifully trimmed Panamas. lf you want something dainty and different for girls and misses, come to the Berry Store. _ * -'""^ 0. Ti. BERRY ? CO. Successora to the Merchant T&ilqri. News of Mancheater I Manchester Bureau, Tlmes-Dispatch, i 1103 Ilull Stroet. Wlth several of hla supportors around hlm. Davld h. I'ulliain addressed a falr-tlzeil crowd of colored voters laat night ln Cun nlngham's Hnll. JJls remarlts wero mostly r.poilUons of Iho Antl-Anncxnilon Loaguo's platform. excopt whero' now and then ho went more Into explanntlon to bring his as? sertlons more forclbly to tho attentlon of thoso present. Me reltoraied tlio prpvious spceches or hla parllsans ln bolitting Itlch monfl's present conditlon, and attached great Importanco to the alloged splendld conditlon of Mnnchoster. Tho negroes woip generally sllenl; frequently. however, they exprcssed thelr approval of the spcaker'a statcments. Jn reference lo the ivards and tholr wants, he sald: "I can see them now scrambllnp for It, anrl iho mtlo Washlngton Ward o't Manchester, having no power or control. What has a ward ln Itlchmond that has u colored person In lt ever gottenV Whon you surrendgr self-Kovcrnmont you sur? render the next thing to home. After it hns onco be dono you can't got a divorce." ln speaklng of Juatlco Crutchflcld's court ho cxclnrmed: "Woe unto yo. if ho get.. you boys." He doclnrftd that Hlehmon<_< couldn't moet hor obllsatlon, and noxt yoar would be in dobt ..lS.OOO. lle agreed wlth "Burley" Anderson's statement that TUcli mond wns practically "bankrupt." "Rlchmond needs Manchester much moro than Manchester ncods Rlohmond." Election Offlcers. Tho followlng will bo the offlcers ot tha comlng election on the consolidation ques? tlon*. Klrst Ward?clerks: II. A. Glll and A, -?? C-Olif; Judges. J. 1_ Hodford. C. W rtoach nnd A. Q. Powell. Second Ward-CMerk'a: .T. R. Ferdue, Jr., and V. I_. Anderson: Judges. Wllliam W. I.umpkin. C. VS". Schwartz and J. H. Oalla gher. Thlrd Ward?Clerks: rhftrles R. Fowlke: and T. P. Cheatham: Judfcos. M. A. Rlght sel, E. r. Davls and A, W. Johnson. Vourth Ward?Clerks: K. C, Phllllps an. A. L. Sampson; Judges, W. ti. Porter, J A. WllUanii-on and VI. C Beattle, Sr. 1'uneral of Mr*. TlrooUs. Tha fun_ral of Mlss Mary F. Brooks. wh' dled at the homo ot her brother, W. E Brooks. of OhesterfleM county. at .:_0 1', M Tuesday. wlll bn condue.ted from Mr Brook's hom_ this afternoon at 3 o'clock Interment wlll be in tho famlly hurying ground. She Ieaves her brother and nn slster, Mr6. Emma Berklnson. Dnmug-d by Ga.oloi.o. Damages estlmated at $50 was eaus.fl b a leakln-r gnsolene stove yesterday moruln nt ?:~0 o'clock in the store of J. B. Moor *- Company at Kourteenth and Hnll Streot: By thc ald of buckots of water nnrt th prompt responee of ihe flre department tl blaze wns soon put under control. Mi Moore barely oBoaped belng sovei'ely burr ed. tleneral News Note*. The Manchester T.nrtgo of lhe Knlghts Pythlas will be recolved Monday night 1 fijracus. I.odge of Rlchmond, thc flr named lodge havlnjr unlted wlth .Syracus There Is conslderable talk In thls elty ot organlsing a lodge to be composod of now men in every way?that Is?those who aro not now members of the order. Tho ladies of Meade Memorlal Church wlll make a speclalty of desserts for Easter, whlch wlll ho on nale Saturday morning at I'llman's store. All mombers are rcquesteil to contrlbute to -hc sale. ns lts procceds wlll go to thc /rjran fund. Mlss BnrkBdu/c., of West Vlrglnla, ls thu guest of Mra. A. Clarenco Atklns. Mrs. Atklns. who has been vlsltlng; ln AVeats A'lrglnla, has returned homo. Mrs. AV. E. Glll and children wlll leavo to-day for Petersburg to spend Easter wlth relatives. Mlss Grace Owena Is qulte slck at her homo on Porter Street. MrB. J. K. Bodfnrd, who has been very slck. Is much better. Mlss Ellza Ingram. who has been vlsltlns Mlss l_ena Warwkk in Campfleld, haa re? turned homo. Mrs. W. F. Rudd wlll leave to-dny for Bnltlmore to bo the guest of hor frlond. Mlss Roberta Edjnondson, for the Easter season. Mlss EHa Mayo wll! leavo the last ot the wook to vlslt frlends In Washlngton. Misses Pattle and Annle r.BCV. who hav? been vlsltlng thelr sister, Mrs. T. M. Flnd ley. have left for thelr homo In Lynchburg. J. W. Bronaugh, who has been sl_k, is hettor. Mrs. Charles I.. Page, who was tak?n to the A'lrglnla Hospital for treatment, !_? rostlng moro comfortably. Mrs. Aurellua Olll and children wlll leave for retorsburn Saturday to vlslt relatives. A. T. Atwell Ib recoverlng from hls re? cent attack of slcUness. West End Church held a rehenrsal of Easter musle last night. Meado Momorinl. Balnbrldue Streot and tho rresbyterlan wlll alao hold rchearsal in the next day or two. A. "F. Sogblll has sold hls old homa placo In Ohesterfleld county to O. T>. McC3el.ee. of Newton, X. C. The place contalns 100 acres, Mluor Arrc_t_. 1_. J. Bolling. colored, was arrested yosterday on ;t chargo ot recklessly | driving ln tho Btreet. AV. A. Prlrldle, whlte, tvafi arrested on a charge of belng disordorly and reslstlng an offlcor. Blalr fctratton, whlte, was ari'estcd on a charge of carrylng a conoealed weapon. whleli was a razor. THE WEATHER Fore'oaMi Vl-srlnla nnd XNortH Cnro llnn?Fnlr TUurmlny niul probably Frl tluyj moderate, Houtli wlnil". COI.UUIO--S VRSTERBAY. S A. M. temperature. 63 Huiuldity . SO Wlnd, dlrcction .South AVInd, veloelty . 7 AYcather .Clear 12 noon temperature. 71 3 P. M. tomporaturo . 7S Mitxlnium temperature up to 5 P. I.I. SO Mlnimum temperature up lo 3 P. M. F,l Mean temperature . 6(1 Normal temperature . -19 Excess ln temperature. 17 Dellclehcy in tempcraturo slnce Mnrch 1 .'. 108 AceutTi. excess In tempcraturo Kince January 1. ___ Dctletenoy ln rainfall slnco Maroh 1.33 Aocuni. ilollclciu.y ln rnllfi.ll .Ince January 1 .03 CONDITIONS TN IMPORTANT CITIES. (At s V. M. EfiBtm-n Standard Tlme-) Place.. Ther. 11. T. AYcather. CharlottA . 44 AuRusra . 71 K<.y AVest . __ Tampa . Cl Jupltor . BI .taloigl.. 7U New Orlenns ... 71 Norfolk- .. OS Hnttoras . _2 Chai'loston . r.f) Ualvi-Hion . 08 MIXlATUm_ AI.MANAC, March 21, tOlO. Sun rlses..,, fi:00 IIIC.H TJPE. Sun _ets. fi:'_ t Morning.,,. 4;0< Moon aot.,,. 5:.0 Kvenlnif...... 4:11 DEATH GUIHS ILUJUJKT Man Who Hclped Manufacture Guns for Confedcracy Had Uniquc Career. Alexnnder D.ianoy. Siiperlntondcnt it l'uihpltou._es of thc Richmond Water Department, dled yesterday nftCrnoon tt it.ofi o'clock at hla home, 2..10 Orovo Avonuo, in tho clghtlolh year of hla igo. Mr. Dolancy had ono of tho most imkiuo and interestlng earoers of any olllzen of Rlchnioml. havlng boon as? soclated with tho Tiedegnr nnd other Iron works durlng tlio war perlod, antl havlng founded thc plant whleh later grow into tho Richmond brunch of tho Amerlcan Locomotive Company. 1-tu wa.s a natlve o? Dalboatl, Scotland. llc ls survived by three daughters?Alico K, Mnrle and Cuthaiinc B. ticlaney. lio marrled, October lfl. 1SS8, Mlan Ellza Ahern. ot thls clty, daughter of John and Mary Ahern. Mra. Delaney dled August l'J, IS... Mr. Delaney was brought to thla country whon a boy, and suont prac? tlcally all hls llfo lu Hlclimond. wlth tho excoptlon of a few ycars of hls boyhood wlth relatives ln Massachu? setts, Ho studlcd mochanlcnl cngl neerlng, nnd was recognlzed aa eml n.ntly efllclcnt In hls protesalon. and had been for many ycura a member of thc Amerlcan Soclety of Mcchanl cal Engtnecra. i.taito Guns for Confeilerticj-. Whon the War Between tho States broko out ln 1861. Mr. Dclaney was superlntendcnt of the Tredegar Works. Ho reslgned at rmco and enllsted for actlvo service, but was- immedlately detnehod hy tho Secretary of War and appointed superintendent of tho Tred? egar plant of thls clty. whlcli wa.s operated by thc Confederate govern? ment durlng tho war ln the manufac turo of ordnance. guns and ammuni tlon. Hc remained ln chargo of the plant throughout tlie war, <i__iniipll.il. ing many fotits in vlow of tho rc strlctod condltlons and tho lack of nt> pllancos. Tho maehlnery and arnior platlng of several of tho vessels of the Confederate navy wero manufac? tured under hls supervlslon. After the war Mr. Delaney became ti paitner ln an Iron works under tho namo of Ebbctts & Delaney, to which Colonel W. 13. Tanner was later added, tlio llrm becoining Tanner. Ebbctts & Delanoy. Later, Mr. Ebbetts retlred. and .Messrs Tanner and Delanoy or? ganlzed the Metropolltan Iron Works, at that tline one of the largost Iron worklng plants ln the South. employ lng 225 men. lts plant was located on Canal Streot, between Slxth and Sevcnih, and waa totallv destroyed bv flre on tho morning of November 11, 1881. Later, Mr. Delaney waa ln tho foundrv business wlth XV. XX. Tappey. ot Potorsburg. Followlng tho flre Colonel Tanner and Mr. Delaney form? ed the Tannor-Delaney Englno Com? pany. tho forerunner of the Richmond Locomotive and Machlne Company. whleh has grown Into thc Richmond branch of the Amerlcan Locomotive Works. Mr. Dolancy retlred from tln onglne company ln May, 1887, ond al? ways carried a handsome gold watch which was presented lo hlm bv tht DIES AT RIPE OLD AGE ALEXAJTOElt DBLANEY. POLITIGAL DBIFT ,0.P, Democrats Wonderfully Encour aged by Recent Events in Republican Camp. ?%. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.] AVashington, X). C, March 23.?The d'rlft polltlcally. at thla tlme, ls away from the Republican party. The elec? tion o? a Democrat to succeed AVilllam C, l-overlng, tn tho Fourtoonth Massa? chusetts, has boosted Leader Champ Ularke and hts colleaguos wond.rtul ly, Tlu- nrst sign of Pomocratlc gain camo from tho Slxth Mlssouri, .Tudgs Uavld A. Do Armoiid's old dlstrlct, This wa.s followed hy thc imttlo bo twoen tho Hegulars and the Ii.sun_o_.t_i In thc l.opuhilcan camp, and now tlio Foss vlctory in Sonator l.odgo'a State, "Harmony" ls tlio watehword of tho Domocracy ns represented' at AVush Irigton. lf Bryan romalns ln tho bucf. ground iho movement toward a pato nnd _an. policy wlll contlnuo lo grow and tiirlve. Thlu is what one hoars at-tlio cap. ltol. Presjflent Tart ls not dolng hls party any good, thc Doniocrats say. Ho has created tho tmprcsaion that hls bacK bone ls without vigor. Postmaster Oeneral Hitchcock, tho polltical lead? er of tho admlnlstration, ls charged wlth taking short cuts to mako sure of delegates to Iho next national con? ventlon. All of theso charges aro bob. l.tng up to worry tlio hlg Chief, t-om ocratle. leaders hero have no^ been ._b gressivo, hut lt heglns to look as* ll Oonly one "ni.0-.IO tUJIMNE" That ls l-AXATIVH IIROMO QUININW I.ook for tho slgnatui'c ot 10. W. unOVR. Used tho World over to Curc a Cold in One Day, _5c, . . Imitate Copy Dttplkate AN IMITATFON ia always thought of as inforior to the genuine. A COPY is as nearly like tlio origl* nal as thc copyist has power to make it. A DUPLICATE ts cxactly Hkc thc orlglnal. THE PIANO manufactured entirely and cxclu sivciy by Tho Cable Company, ls iml tatcd and copicd by otherdealers, but can only bc DUPLICATLD by Ihe authorized owners of thc patents and makers of thc INNER-PLAYER?Thc Cablo Company. For sale In Richmond only at "KEADOUARTERS EVERYTHINS MUSICW employes ot the plant on hls retlrc* SmiVrlntciidoiH of Locomotive Work.. Mr. Delaney was tho flrst suoerln tendent of the englne plant. nnd lali off and began thc ereclion of tho pros ent works at tho north end of feevcntl On 'March 1, 1805, ho was -olecter Fiiglneor of I'umphousos of the CltJ Water Department. u nosltloti wli cl hc held wlth great lidolltv until h i death. Colonel Tnnucr, hls old buijl Hess assoclate, was a momber of tlu Water Committee by whlcli he wit: elected. and the sesslon la dcscrlbe. as having been one of the most storm: on record. Mr. Delaney havlng beoi elected on the twenty-nrst ballot. A that tlme he was a member of tho nrn of Chamblln, Delaney & Scott, lroi worltei", at Slxteenth nnd Broai Street _. which Hinee hla retirement ha developed Into tho Kichmond lroi In hla service to thc Wator Dcnart ment he was pecullarly suecessful an had sovoral tlmes ,heon (?otnuieiided b the Mayor ln annual niesBages. 1 chfireo/of the pumolng plania of th city tt was his task to keep tho cit reservOirs full of water at all tlme and In all condltlons of tho river. H supervisrd the recent tnstallalton c ek-ctricallv driven pumps, nnd wn greatlv uuercsted ln the success r the cloar water plant. wllh tho opera tlon of whleh. however, he was onl indirectly connected. Tho arrangements for tho funeri havo not been comploted aa yet. - their do-nolhing policy has proved best after all. They have llter_ stalked the gamo. - "General" Cha Clarko, with hls army well formed,*, walted behlnd the breastworkg u tho fightlng factlons of tho oppos party met on the battleficld. "Ur .Toe" Cannon, tho. gamecock oC <_. O. P. Itegulars, has added fuel the ilamo that cut hlm off from Commlttee on Rules by calllng tho surgents cowards and other bad nar The outlook, thereforo, ls brlght Ing for the Democrats. The electloi Foss in the rock-rlbbed protec Stato has glven hopo and couragt the Democrats and frightened the publlcans. <_ . Cnvo lu! Selee'tliiiis. Tho Democrats wlll be very ear about seloctlng the men for tho norlty contingent on tho new C mittee on Rules. Tho names of Cla of Mlssouri; FJtzgorahi ot New V< Underwood, ot Alabama, or Sladen Toxas, and Hammond, of Mlnnesota DI,\"on, of Indlana, or Hitchcock, Nebraska, nro mentloned. Four fercnt sectlons of the country an bo represented. Some of tho hoth would make a light on Fltr.gorald tho part he took In the controvers tho bcglnnlng or the tarlff session, ooplcr one3 will not, It ls sald, po thls. Flt-g-rald has the roputatlo bolng tho best lnformed man on rules hero. His party rocord is aud hls; ablllty of a high ordor. P er. of Pennsylvania., has mado 1 reputation than any other ?emi in the Houso within tho last few y Ho ts a. new niembor, but evei'y coi.v_r.ant wlth the facts knows hn ls a powerful Oongressmun. may bo named. Thero Is somo troversy ovor the Southern mail*: elther Undortvood. or Sladen woul t^cceptable. Hammond, . Dixon liitclicock aro good men, Itoprosentatlvo .TOnos, of VIrplnl opposing Flt_g.ra.fi, nnd ho atul ers nuty carry tlio (lgiH to tho ca but the'general tmp ro.-slon ls tliat tho sake of pnrty harmony, tho Yorkor will bo .relulned on tho mltloe. The. A'lrglniaii.s liave agreed upon any eottr.se of nt None o[ tho mombora ls a onnd for memhcrshlu on tho Commltte Rules, - " H. E. C, OBITUARY Mra. if. .1. Ilitrver. Mra, -,1. .1. flnrvay dlod yestordny at tlio rosldonco of hor sdh-tn-inw, W, M. Luck, 700 Virginia Avoiuic, Barton Holghts. Sho wiih scvcnty-alx yenrs ot age, . . Tho funoral itrrangements wlll bc announced Inter.; , ? MImm Jeasle H. riilelicr. Mlsa Jewale B* Ftiloher dled ,V*iitftr dny at tho realdenco of her? br.nthor ? ln-lnw, Androw W. Swaln, .04 North. lrottrili Streot. Sho waa tho dn.ui.hter of tho lato John XV. Fulcher, of Nasli vlllo, Tonn. ,,, ?_. Tho fun.ral wlll tnk. placo thla af? ternoon nt 4:30-o'clook from Immanuul Bnptlat Church. Mr*. X. t<\ .Incnfw. Mra. Iloglna .Tacobs, wlfo of N. F. .rncobs, dled yosterday aftornoort. Sho wns born In Mnrburg.- Germany, .lune 13, 1SI9. Sho la survived by her hus? band, ono son aml threo dnughters?? Artolph .JacobB, fltlasea Floronco, Sclmti aiul Irone Jnoobs. Annotmcoment ot.tlio funeral wlll he made lator. , Chnrlc* AV. ttlng* rSpeclnl toTheTlmos-DlspatcJi.l LaCrOsse, Va? March 23.?Charlea XV. Klng, who llved ncar here, tlled nt hls homo thls evenlng In thc aoventy clghth year of hls ngc. Ho waa n vot. orun of tho.Clvll War, having onllstod in January, 1862, in Company D, Tw?n tv-second Virginia Battallon, Flclds'tt Brigade, A. P. Hlll's Dlvlslon., Ho waa ln actlvo acrvlce untll tho elo'so of tho war. Ho is aurvlved by six chlldren, thrcc soiib and threo daughters. Mra. Annle <_. Smlth. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Danville, Va., March 23.?Mrs. Annle G. Sniltli <Hod at b<?*" home hero to-day after a long lllness ln her slxty-elghth yenr. Rho waa a member of the Meth? odlst Church, nnd ls survived by her husband, ono daughter, Mlsa Susle Smlth, and a aon, Landon Smlth, ot Norfolk. Tho funeral wlll take place from the resldence on Plno Street Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Jnlin \V. Dnvla. [Spoclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 Roanoke, Vn.. March 23.?John XV Davls, geiicral foreman of tho cltj englnoerlng department, dled at ft io cal hoapltR] to-day of typliold fever aged alxty-ono yeara. Ilo was a na tlvo of Franklin county, and for man; years n lnrge municlpal contracto here. T-to loaves a wldow and Iiv> chlldren. Mr.i, 1.11x11 llnniriieralr.v. ^exandria. Va., March 23.?Mrs Ellzft Hainmersloy, wldow ot Jamo. JIarnmoraley, dlod thls mornlng ut he home, 1112 Camcron Streei, at the ag' DEATHS FULCflEIi?Dled, at the resldenco o her brother-ln-law. Androw \V Swaln, "04 North Fourth Strce1 MISS-.rRNNIE XI. FULCHER, daugh ter-6f tho lato John XV. Fulcher. o Nashvllle, Tenn. Funeral THIS (Thursday) AFTF.l! NOON ut 4:30, Immanuel liuptli Church. ; Nashvllle papers please copy. IIARVH V?Dled, Manch 24, at 12:1 o'clock. at 700 Virginia Avenue. Bai ton Holghts. MBS. J. .1. HAUVK" lu tho p_vcnty**__oventh yoar of ln nge. Funeral notlce later. JACOBS?fclcd. at* 1:20 P. M., MR REGENA JACOBS (m*. Stelble wlfe of Mr. _**.. F. Jacobs; born i Marburg; Germany. June 13. 134 siie is survived by her husband. or son aiul titree daughter*?Adolp Klorence, Solma nnd irene; t\i brothers?Samuel A. Stelble. of Ne Orleans, La.. nnd Emll A. Stelble. < Washington, D. C. and two alster.. Mrs. Paullno Guttenburg and Ml: Ad .1 Stelble, of Frankfort-on-Mul Germany. ?? ? Kulieral'notlce later. KI-ITH?Dled. yesterday. at hla rcs dence. 400 Enat Baker Stroot, JACO F. KKITH: aged thlrty-four. Funeral notlco lator. LAMBETH?r>led, at hls resldence, North Meadow Street, nt 10 o'eloc P. M. Tuesday, GEORGE D. LAJ BETH. slSty yeara of age. Ho Icav a wldow nnd elght chlldren. Funeral wlll tnke place from tl resldence THLS (Thursday) AFTE1 NOON nt 4 o'clock. Interment Hollywood. MOORE?Dled, at her late resldent 110 West Duval Street. Tuesdi morning. Mnrch 22. nt 9 o'clock, MU ELIZA MOORE, mother of Mlss L llnn U Moore. Funoral from Flrst Baptlst Churc corner College and Broad Stree THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOO.i nt o'clock. SAUNDERS?Dled. at the Vlrgir "Hospltal, yesterday, SARAH A. SAU. DERS. thc wlfo J. T. Saunders. S waa forty-slx yeara of age. The funernl wlll take placo frt Blllev's undertaklng parlors T MORROW MORNLNG at 10:30 o'clot Burlal in Oakwood. WILLIAMS?Entered Into rest. Tu< day. Mareh 22. at 2:30 P. M., IS BELLA M. WILLIAMS, wlfo of R< XV. B. Williams. Funeral from tho roaldenco, l( Wost Graco' Stroet, THIS THUF DAV, March 24, at 4:30 P. M. Frlcr ot thc famlly Invited to attend. 1 torment private. >.ful mi DIYt* ?ke, irk: . of , or of dir i to ?arts IN MEM0RIAM LOWRY?In sad but lovlng reme brance of P. A. Lowry, who, diedvc vear ago to-day. March 24. 1909. We mlss thy klnd and willing ha Thy fond and earnest care; Our home is dark without thce; We mlss thee evorywhere. WIFE AND CHILDREN Hunyadi" Janos Natural Laxative Water Speedy Sure Gentle Quickfy Retleves CONSTIPATION Household Premium Coupon MARCH 24, 1910. NOTICE.?A. complete set consists of 30 cou? pons of consecutive dates, only one coupon of each ? date will be accepted in each set. You can begin saving on any .date, just so they are of consecutjve dates from the day you start. __fS__>_ffiW .raWwv ____s?_?K msaim^ximmim]Em. ^jgps \?gy Xjjffiar The seal pi popular ap? proval has been placed on by leaders in tbe fashion, Jfinancial and[ ^business world.' Gans-Rady Company or sovetity-clght years. Thc followln? children survlvo: Mrs. Francls T. Cox, Sldney, John and AVilllam H. Ham mcrslcy. Her funeral wlll tako placo ut 2 o'clock Frlday afternoon. Mrs. ... T. Sntimlc-N. Mrs. Sarah A. Baundej-B, wlfe of J, T, -.uuiiders, of Henrlco county, dled ye.at-.l_ay nt the Vlrglnla Hospital. Sho was forty-slx years of age. T.i_-.. funeral 'wlll take place from Ullley's undcrtaklng CBtabllshment to morrow morning at 10:_"5 o'clock. Tlm Interment Will he made ln OukwooU Cemetery. .lolin AV. l.nnktord. [Speclal toThoTlmc.-Dl_'>_t_h.1 I.ynchhurg. Va.. March 23.?John \V. Lanktord died last.night aftor a lonpj Ulness, aged seventy-elghi years. "He Ieaves one son, a resldent of lynch? burg. Mr... AVIIItnm Moon. ISpcclal to The Tlines-I-lsripteh.l ? Cliutham, Va., March _'l.?Mrs. ..11. llnin Moon died al tho Iiomc of her husband nt Elba Sa.tti.dny night. after an Ulness of several weeks. Hor hu. band and slx childrcn survlyc. A. -AI. Porlrrncld. U-ncclal toThe Tlmes-DlanfttcJi.1 P.urlingion, N. C, March 33.?A. M. Portertleld. aged si.rty-eight year.-. dled stlddcniy yesterday whlle ensaged at work ln a cotton mill at Haw Itlyer, four mlles of Burllnglon. Mudlavln. Cur._ Ttlieiinmll-m. Kidney, Skln aml Nerve Trunblett wlth i<- famous Mud Ballli. BIs -H.Ii.1?op-n nll year. Thou.antii mnrle vp.lt?natural troatment?drawa, out pain and poison. Book free. I'.. B. __P.A MEft, Prca., Kramor, Ind. The man who insures hls life is wise for his famlly. The man wtio insures his health is wise both for his family and hlmself. 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