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Confcderatcs Dclightcd at Wel?
come Extended by
MEETING OF COUNCIL
Petersburg People to See First
League Game at Home
109 North Sycamore Street,
Petersburg, Va., July 7.
A. P. Hlll Camp, Confederate Vet?
erans, roturned home thls evening
from Sprlngfteld, Mass., whero they
have been the guests of E. K. Wilcox
Post. G. A. R. Thoy marced in great
form from the depot to tholr camp
hall, being chcered by all as they
pasaed by. The veterans are loud In
thelr pralse of the receptlon glven
them ln Hprtngfleld, declaring that
even the women and chlldren wore
cqually cnthuslastlc as the G. A. R.
veterans in their cordlality and grect
ings. The trip has proven to them
that not a vestlge of 111 feeling ro
malne ln thu hearts of the Springfield
G. A. R. veterans.
ilertlun of Councll.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Common Councll was held last even?
ing. but as all of the business iaci
dent to the close of the flscal year,
June 20, had been attenflcd to ln Juno
and appropriations made to sottle all
accounts there was little to be done
?t thls meeting.
The reports of the Treasurer and
Audltor were received. The former
? showed that tbe clty's cash recelpts
ln June were $14,437, and the latter
showed thut tbe expenditures for the
month were $35,615. These expendl
tu_-es included all obllgatlons for the
months of May and June. The report
of Police Justice Plummer showed col
lectlons of $175 on account ot flnes
for vlolatlona of clty ordlnances.
The Councll dlrected the Collector
ef Clty Taxes to turn over to the
Collector of Dellnquont Taxes all do
linquent tax accounts for the year
1909. A resolution waa lntroduced and
referred. provlding for the use of the
old artillery gun house on West Thbb
Street by the Petersburg Grays as an
armory, as the company haa to glve
Up the present armory ln the Library
Bulldlng In September. The Library
Bulldlng has been purchased by the
Vlrglnla Railway and Power Com?
pany, to be used for lts own purposes.
The ordinance prescrlblng the man?
ner in which the prisoners in the Clty
Jail are required to work was called
up and referred to the Pollce Commit?
tee with instructlons to so amend it
as to relieve the pollce of the duties
lmpoaed by the present ordinance.
The prison force Is known as the
"chaln gang," and an offlcer of pollce
has been required to take charge of lt
The Councll at lts last meeting made
ar. approprlatlon for the establishment I
of a pollce electric patrol and tele- J
phone system. The contract for the |
Installatlon of this system was read j
to the Councll last evening and waa
referred to the Pollce and Flre Com?
missioners wlth the vlew of embody
ing ln the contract a flre alarm sys?
tem, and $250 was allowed for the
employment of an expert electrlclan
to euperlntend the work.
Kllled In New Vork.
George Ciawford. colored. about
nlneteen years old, and the son of a
Condttton Grozvs Cntical
RKPRESENTATIVTS WAIiTBR P. BROWNtOW,
vrho . Is critloaily ln at hla home in Tenneesee.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Baby's comlng will be a time of rejolcing, and not of ap?
prehension and fear, if Mother's Frlend is used by tho expec?
tant mother in preparation of the event. This is not a medi
cino to do taken Jnternally, but a Uniinent to be appllod to the
body, to assist nature in the neceasary physlcal changes .of the system. Moth?
er's Friend is composed of oils and medicineB which propsio tho muscles and
tendons for the unusual straiu, render the ligaments supple and elastlc, aids in
the expanding of the skin and nosh nbros, and atrongthens all the membranes
tnd tissues, It lossens the pain and danger at tho orisis, and assures future
health to tharaother, Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our
in* book,.containing viluable information,for expectant Motawi.
VIRGINIA SOLDIERS IN CAMP OM FIELD OF GETTYSBURG
KII.I.D, STAFF AND LINE OFFICERS OF SECOND VIKGIMA ItEOI.MENT. -_?_,_.
Left to rlKht, .IttlnK?Orderly White, Warrenton, Captaln Georaze C. Herrlnpr, HarrlKonbiin?, Captaln II. L. Ople, Stannton, Captaln B. Ia. SlauRhter, Cn lpeper, Colonel R. F. L*etlr, J-uray,
peper, Orderly John Fray, Culpeper.
very respcctable parents In thls clty,
>vas a vlctlm of the race rlotlng In
N'ew York Clty on the nlght of July !
4, causod by the Jeffrles-Johnson prlze I
fight. Crawford had been livlng ln
Washlngton for somo tlmo, and was
to have been marrled yesterday to
young woman ln New York. He went
to New York on the 4th to vlslt her,
md whlle on hls way to her home was
met and attackcd by the mob, recelv
ing such Injurles as to result ln death.
He had taken no part ln the rlotlng.
The body was brought to Petersburg
thls mornlng ln charge of the young
woman who was to have been Craw
ford's wlfe, and the hurlal wlll be to
Gala Day at Honpltal.
Yesterday was a day of Interest to I
the patlents of the Central State Hos?
pltal, several hundred of whom were
asaembled on the athletic fleld to wlt
ness fleld sporta In which a number
of male patlents partlclpated. These
sports embraced standlng and runnlng
hlgh- Jumps. standlng and running
broad Jumps and races of various
klnds. The contests were splrited and
Interestlng. and were not only en
Joyed by the hundreds of patlents who
wltnessed them, but by many white
vlsltors from Petersburg.
The new Peterfburg baseball team
arrived here from Portsmouth thls
morning, and will rest over until to
morrow afternoon. when a double
header wlll be played wlth Danville.
The Petersburg poople are much
pleased wlth thelr new team. The park
at the Rlverside Club ls belng put ln
conditlon for the games.
Beglnnlng on Monday a serles of
three games wlll be played here wlth
the Richmond team.
A. P. Hlll Camp will brlng back from
Sprlngfleld. Mass., a beautiful memorial
grlft, prescnted by K. K. Willcox Post.
G. A. R. ln token of lastlng frlendshlp
between tho veterans of the blue and
The memorial is bound in full mo
rocco, witii a hand-llluminatad dedlca
tlon by Frederlck C. Bock, of tbe Yale
Art School. The memorlal contalns
prlntfc from the collectlon of orlginal
Brady war negatives, which Include
photographs taken durlng the slege.
FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS OF FIRST VIRGINIA REGIMENT.
Left to right, alttlng?Reglmental Adjutant Jamea H. Price, Staunton, M ajor Jmuea E. King;, Second Battallon,
Alexandrla; Colonel Wllllam J. Perry, Staunton, I.leutenant-Colonel Robert E. CralghlU, Lynchburg, Mnjor .Stitnlry
XV. Marlln, Thlrd Battallon. Lynchburg, Mnjor L. T. Price, Ftriat Battallon, Rt chmond.
Left to right, standlng_Lleutenant Albert S. Hurnhiim, ndjutnnt Thlrd Battallon, Lynchburg, Captaln Gllea B.
Cook, regimentnl aurgeon, Richmond, Lleutenant Charlea M. East, reglinen tal commiaanry, Staunton; Lleutenant
t'liarien Snead, adjutant Flrst Battallon, Rlehmondi Lleutenant Alva B. Coualna, qunrtermanter and commiaaary
Flrst Ilattallon, Richmond, Lleutenant Ma_c Q- Kelly, quartermaater and commiaaary Thlrd Battallon, Lynchburg,
Captaln J. Cleveland Hall, regimentnl chaplaln, Danville.
of Petersburg ln the Unlon and Con?
The funeral of Mrs. Martha Ann
Mallory, widow of Willlam R, Mallory,
who died yesterday ln Rlchmond, waa
held to-day at the grave ln Blandford
Cemetery. Deceased had many frlends
in thls clty. where she formerly lived.
W. T. Baugh wlll represent Peters?
burg Lodge of Elks in the Grand
Lodge of the United States. whlch
meets next Tuesday ln Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Baugh wlll leave for Detroit to
L. F. Meredith, of Dlnwiddie county,
was marrled in Portsmouth yesterday
to Mlsa Fannie Gregory, of that clty.
G. W. Crump, a well-known lumber
manufacturer, of Brunswlck county.
who had the greater portlon of one ot
hls hands cut off at hls sawmill on
Tuesday, is to be brought to the Pe?
ARRAXGE PRa'cTIGE MARCH.
Wnsaingtun Soldiers to Study War
ProlaleniH on Small Scnle.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch.]
Washington, N. C, July 7.?The local
mllltary Company G. National Guard
of North Carollna, has perfected ar?
rangements for a prattice march,
covering twenty-four hours. The start
wlll be made from the city armory
Saturday afternoon, and the company
wlll break camp and return to the
clty Sunday afternoon. Captaln R. B.
Cowell. with forty-five men, will par
tlclpate in , the march. The company
will be divided into two platoons. each
in command of a lleutenant, the two
platoons to be pltted against each
other in manoeucres, with Captaln
Cowell actlng as umpire. The troops
are to work out a njodern war prob
lem, on a small scale, using automo?
biles, and keeplng close touch wlth
each other by telephone. They wlll
also make maps of the section around
Tranter's Creek, as well as do their
own pontoonlng. About elghty pounds
wlll be the pack weight of each man,
offlcers' baggage and ammunitlon be?
ing" llmited to one wagon. _
The chairman of the County Demo?
cratic Executive -Commlttee has an?
nounced that the prlmarles for noml?
natlons of county offlcers wlll be held
in the respectlve preclnts of the county
Frlday and Saturday, August 5 and 6.
Tho county convention will he held in
the court-houso ln this city on Wed
nesday. August 1Q.__
Chartera by State.
rSnec-ial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l
Raleigh. N. C. July 7.?The Pied
mont Concrete Company, Charlotto,
was chartered- to-day wlth $50,000 cap?
ital by S. B. Tanner, E. S. Player, A. J.
Haywood and others. The Htlton Lum?
ber Gompan.y. of' Wilmlngton, amonds
its charter so as to add ico-making
and wholesale and retall Ice buslness,
also cold storage- and kindred enter
prlfles. ':?, ' , "
? * An amendment .to the charter of the.
Pledmont Direotory Company, Ashe?
ville, Mncreases the capital from $3,000
to $10,000. George X.. Hackney 13 one
of the stockholders. , \
HIT BY STREET CAR
Ror .Patterson Cut In Forehead and
S!ent to Uutipatul.
Struck by a Virginia Railway and
Power Company car as h'e was cross
lng* the tracks on Eighteenth near
Venable Street,, y_aterday afternoon
about 6 o'clock,; Ray; Patterson, four
teen-yoars old, of-1404 North Twonty
seoond Street, was serlcusly cut on the
The ambulance took the Injured boy
to the Vlrglnla Hosplterl, wHare he re
oetved medical attentlon. Whlle
stunnofl and shaken up, young Pat?
terson ta not ln a dansferous condl?
tlon. It was - sald by pbyeioians last;
Jlffht ,t"hat he would probablj}1 IWaVfr
AROUND THE HOTELS
Judge Robert Aldrich, of the Nlnth
Judlclal Clrcuit, of South Carolina, was
a vlsltor to the clty yesterday, spend?
lng a short tlme here as a guest of
tho Richmond. For many years Judge
Aldrich has been a promlnent ftgure
ln the polltlcal llfe of the Palmetto
State, being one of the few living
members of the famous "Hampton
House." which, as the rlval of the
black-an-tan house of the Republican
party, displaced the latter and began
the re-lnstatement of Ihe Democratic
Congressman Carter Glass was a
guest of Murphy's yesterday.
The General Assembly was repre
sented on Murphy's reglster last
nlght by Representative Alden Bell,
tne oratorlcal member from Culpeper,
f Concord?with Ara-Noteh
* THE NEW
FOR SUMMER. Hich eMnajb far loaAa-1
low onouarb far coanfort anal plenty or rooaa
fair Uao tie to alido in.
) l&o. eaefct, a f or sso.
Cloett. Peabody A CounMany Arrow Cu (T*. 26-.'
_S. ?. Tanner. John V. Tannei
PAINTS, STAINS, BRUSHES
& Oil Co.
1419 East Main Street.
Phones Madison 39? and 1797
opkins Furniture Co.
elps 7 and 9
appy W. Broad St.
omes Cash or Credit
GOING AWAY? ?AnN ?*?
letivo your plmploa? RelleveB Nettle
Kash, PrloKly Heat and removea
aoldB.and poiaona irom the blood,
and Clerk Marshall B. Booker. of the
Senate, who still wears tho smile that
made Houston famous.
Jefferson?Mrs. Oarter Glass, Misses
Glass. Miss Perrow, Lynchburg; H. O.
Humphreys, Bedford Clty; A. B.
Shreve, Loudoun county; E. O. Conk
Murphy's?Alden Bell, Culpeper; Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Maxey, Danville; Mrs.
T. H. Martln. Charlottesvllle; Mlss
Ely. N. F. Robinson, Norfolk; George
.V Savedge, Alllance; H. E. Morton,
South Boston; M. B. Booker, Houston;
Mrs. Walter Kirsh, Mrs. XV. E. Starke.
Lawrencevllle; J. B. Major. Isle ot
Wight; J. C. Philllps, Tappahannock;
Carter Glass, Lynohbur_r.
Richmond?W. King Davis, Church
Road; C. E. Bishop, Williamsburg; P.
F. Lee, J. J. Dalton, Norfolk; Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Kenbrldge.
Lexington?L O. Haden, Palmyra; R
A. Adams, Blackstone; James A. Clarke,
Rockville; S. M. Mettingham, Norfolk;
S. DuVal Martln, Lynchburg; G. D.
Turner, Norfolk; W. A. Stephenson,
Danville; J. F. Connally, Lynchburg1;
J. A. "Whltlock, Farmvllle.
GOING ON STOHIP
(Contlnued From Flrst Page)
Mr. Churchlll produced a paper . ot)
whlch he had wrltten a statement.
Here lt ls:
"Our whole purposo ln New Hamp
shlre thls summer is to mako Mr. Bass
Governor and to elect a Leglslature tc
support him. We have done nothing
else; we have meddled wlth nothing
else. We know that Mr. Bass ls un
comproniising. He has boen wlth the
progressive movement since lts start.
He is incapablo of maklng polltlcal
deals. The people of the State trust
him, and hls nomination and election
wlll be a clear-cut vlctory, a slgnal
stage ln the flght we began four yeara
Senator Carter, on hls return from
Sagamore Hlll on hls way to^'ew.York,
said that whlle hls vlslt was not a
polltlcal one, ho had glven the colonol
conslderablo Information about tho
situatlon ln the West.
"I assured him," said Senator Car?
ter, "that the alleged dlvlsion ln the
West were greatly exaggorated and
that -many ot us wero trylng to attaln
the same opds through different meth?
Senator Carter Said that he had as
sured Colonfll Roosevelt ' that th<
strength of the Insurgoiu movoment lr
tho Northwest had been overoatlmated
The Senator was asked lf thore was
any posslblllty of a breach betwocr
President Taft and Colonel Roosevelt
and he ropllod: .
"I can see no danger vof lt. ;. Mr
Roosevelt wlll probably haVo moro o.
a soothlng. Inlluenco thun any other."
In addition to the i ?Utical talk
the colonel alHO found time to tall
about buntlng in Africa. John Bur
rougha, tho naturallst, who apent th
?njajhr at gagamow Hlll, and T. J. Adai
who dropped ln for luncheon, swapped
storlea of the Jungle wlth hlm.
Kern Ia >on-Com_JIttal.
Indlanapolls, Ind., July 7.?John W.
Kern. Democratic candldato for Albert
J. Boverldge's seat ln the United
States Senate, to-night said that he
had recelved a prlvate communtca
tlon from New York that Colonel
Roosevelt would Bpeak In Indlana ln
Mr. Beverdlge's behalf.
"Wlll you answer Colonel Roosevelt
on the stump?" Mr. Kern wns asked.
"I declipe to make any comment,"
"Were you surprlsed at the news"?'
"I am surprlsed at nothlng."
WILL HEAR CASE
(Contlnued From Flrst Page)
Smith and Stewart, all of the Third
Artlllery, and Captaln Duval. of the
Fifth Maryland, were guests of tho
Vlrglnla Artlllery offlcers at dlnner
Sergeant S. E. Spain, of Petorsburg.
went home to-day on account of the
serlous Illness of his mother.
Sergeant Theodore Sercing, of Troop
B, Firtoonth Cavalry, suffered a frac
ture of hls left leg during the battlo
to-day. He was taken to Washington.
The accldent occurred by the wheel of
a caisson of tho Thlrd Artillery.
Cannon Roar and Thunder.
Cannon roared and thundered and
small arms cracked all day over the
hills surrounding Gettysburg. The at
tacklng force of Blues and the defend
ers, known as the Reds. battled for the
mastery of the sltuatlon, using tho
best knowledgo and thought of the
offlcers tn the modern art of warfare.
The victory was apparently wlth the
Reds. Generai Wotherspoon sald to
nlght that tho Blues falled to gain
thelr point. Only regulars were used,
the militia bclng saved for the blg
sham battle of to-morrow.
The Reds. composed of the Twenty
Nlnth Infantry. o_e troop of the Flf?
teenth Cavalry, one battallon of the
Third Artillery. one company pf en?
gineers and half an ambulance corpfe,
recelved notlce that a reglment of in?
fantry and two troops of cavalry. with
some artlllery, was marchlng toward
Gettysburg wlth orders to destroy the
brldge of the Western Maryland Rail?
road across Rock Creek.
The Reds were therefore ordered to
take up a posltlon near Wolf Hill and
hold the Blue force east of the centre
of the battlo untll nlghlfall, when re
Inforcements were promlscd. Of course,
at the moment ot the crlsis the call was
sounded for the battle to cease. Whlle
the movement3 appeared slow. they
wero interesting, and Generai Wother?
spoon sald to-night that ho was thor1
oughly satlsned wlth them.
Stretched imposlngly across th? pa?
rade ground, the Flrst Virginia thls
afternoon held its reglmental parade.
To the musjc of lts splendid band, tho
men marched and countermarched be?
fore Colonel Porry and the regular
army offlcers. Its appearance left noth?
lng to be deslred. All the Virginia
Infantry agaln had reglmental drlll
ln the afternoon. ln ihe mornlng lt
worked out problems ln attack against
an imaglnary enemy several mllos in
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Dula and Mrs. J.
Pinckney WUliamson, of Danville, and
Mrs. John J. Long, of Norfolk, ara
expected to motor into camp to-mor?
FOUGHT OVER FIGHT
Two Xegroes Resort to Vlolcnce Over
As an aftermath of the Jeffries
Johnson prize flght. Jamos Storr, col?
ored, of 20 West Jackson Street, ls
locked up at the Second Police Sta?
tlon, charged wlth folonious assault
upon J. R. Neal, colored, of 2 West
Jackson Streot, following a row about
the two ilghters.
Storr infllcted several palnful
wounds upon the arm, body and face
of Neal, wlth some sharp instrument.
The quarrel started ln Nelson's sa?
loon at Duval and St. James Stroet,
whero an argument took place about
Jeffrles and Johnson.
Storr chased Neal from the saloon
some distance- to St. James and Jack?
son Streets, where th? former dealt
Neal several blows wlth a weapon.
Storr escapod. but waa arrested last
nlght by Offlcer Kringle. He wlll havo
a hearing thls mornlng ln tho Police
[Special to The Time's-Dlspatch.l
Alexandria, Va., July 7.?Tho mar?
rlage of Mlss Mabol I. Huntor and T
Mark Cragg. both of thls clty, took
place at 8:15 o'clock thls evening at
tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South
Ri>v. B. M. Canter. pastor. performeO
tlie ceremony, whlch was wltnessed b>
a large gatherlng of relatlves and
The Demand Back o
Tells of lts superlority more forcibl;
than words. The volces of MILLION^'V
call for lt at the grocery store. <fo
Merit has made lt the cholce of thtld.
people. No other Baklng Powde
costlng so little does so much.
Fill oculists' prescrip
Duplicate broken lenses,
and supply everything Op
tlcal and Photographic.
Developing and prlntlng
a speclalty. Films to flt
"CYKO Paper?the best
The Expert Optlcians,
211 E. Broad St.
Direct Action Gas Ranges
Have No Equal
Sold Only by
Ryan, Smith & Co.
Martin's Massage Cieam
A cream at qamXttj
and aenrfacttoa. An
aba-atate iiminarlal ot
the toUet, aod ABBa>
aateaad to be ot taat
ti-g beacttt to tbe
A_dc any dru_?_?..
MARTIN _TOPM.T OO-. Richmond, V?.
Madison ^o Haimnond's
Special?Odds and ends In Pumlturo,,
Iron Bcds, Mattlngs Stoves, etc. Cheap;
to close them out,
310 EAST BROAD.
60-pound Felted Cotton Mattresaes, $10. ?
SUIT SALE NOW ON AT
Kitchen Cabinets wxil lesaen kitchen
labor. Try one. Sold by
Fourth and Broad.
Try It To-Day
ETTER THAN GOO
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