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Eouth Richmond.lCN Hull Street l'etersburc Bureau....*.CJ N. gycareor? Street I.ynchburg Bureau.SU Eighth Street. BY MAIL, Otis -lx Three Ono j VtisiWGK r.vin Yt itr Mos Mos Mo Daily with Sunday...$4.00 S3 N ?1.50 M Dally without Sunday.... t 00 -CO 1.00 .34 Sunday tSItlon only. X.?O 3*0 .M -?, Weekly (Wednesday). IN ?? *5 ... By Times-Dispatch Carrier Delivery Ser-] vice In Richmond (and suburbs) and !??? j tersburn? One Week j Dally with Sunday. I1 cents Dally without Sunday. 10 cents tunlay only . f cents :nry ~. 1J0J; at Richmond. vs II I. VOl Ml I.I' \* 11 WISt The appeal for popular subscriptions Sued by those who hnve In charge the < mo.-rat:, i ttional campaign should icet with a most general and liberal I required amount , Their dimes and their dollar? are needed now. By the nclton of the Baltimore con? vention nnd by the position taken by ? Governor Wilson, the party has voliin - support of corporations and great cor? porate combinations. The nominee hlm s-If will scrutinize the subscript., is to the end of rejecting tlioj.e which j bear the taint of selfish corporate In? terests. The Democratic party stand? firmly against the corrupt use Of money in th's campaign, but an immense sum w'l! be needed to meet the rightful I needs of the militant Democracy In I those privotal States which will de- ? clde this epoch-making contest. To . raise that sum liy popular subscription in every State ought hot to be a dilti cull task. The Democratic party po,? into the campaign with tho odds' in its favdr. Is united and aci v. , j 1" cause It ha? nominated a man who appeals to the great decisive hideperi-1 el.'r.t vote of the country. It IS draw j ing toward itself the balance of power I ? ? With the situation such as it Is, the) Democrats of Virginia, whatever their! faction or their past alignment In the campaign for the nomination at Hal- : tlmore, should give gladly to r> fund j ?which will put the Democratic partvl into power and restore popular govern-| mont. If any additional appeal !>.?>'? 'needed, let It he remembered that the. nominee is a Virginian toward wli in) ] tho people of the country expect Vlr-j glniahs to do their duty. Every Democrat, whatever hl? situ* I at lor. or whatever his. means. Is re- | quested to co-operate In this move-1 rh'erit. There will be no limit on the amount of individual subscriptions, j AVhatever any Democrat feels that ne I is able to give will be gratefully ac- : cepted. The Tlmes-DISpalch will be glad to receive, acknowledge and transmit to the proper authorities any j ? :. I all subscription? to tho Wilson Marshall campaign fund?small or! large. The number rather than the amount of contributions signifies most. Thes Individual clt'zen has a part to play in this campaign, and this Is h<* opportunity. Other Slates are raising large popu lnr subscription funds composed of small individual contributions. North Carolina',** ^Louisiana, South Carol 11 i nnd Georgia, among the Southern States, have passed the thousand dollar mark. Can Virginia afford to la^ be? hind? The Democrats of the Old bo mlnion have an opportunity to kid second Democratic President in more ? THI3 HKS lTO \M> I in: l VIIIFF HI) Alt I). To the UhSOphlSttcated observer the action of the majority in the Senate it inserting in the sundry civil approprl. nilon bill a provision for the conttnu ? ? . v board I ? i. might unconsc' t Of the pr. the Republican VOltd to npprc present hoard, have it contih to-day in the cratlc House v. smendm- ?.? priatlon, there Republican Se proprlaCon for the Tariff Board w'tii thi; f?ll expectation that It would fce thrown out In th.- lower flouii ': stand-pat Republican!) eonsldi red such ?etlon politically expedient. Th. that they could do this and then ait -i the appropriation hail been loot hi the He.tire, tho ee.uld go l.efote (hi V I in the com'ng campaign and deceive ?them With the' aster) le.- ii.-i Lh?,v had advocated and voted for n com? mission to study the tariff In nn un? biased nnd scientific way. They would he stunned >r the Tariff Board appro? priation should meet with the ap? proval of the Mouse of Representa IctlderS wish to have all the facts Which can he secured relative to a proper revision of the customs duties. They have had experience with the present Tat iff Board, however, and are thoroughly convinced that It has been used by President Taft as a pie. text for delaying much-needed tariff reforms. Furthermore, it Is evident that a board or comhtisston under the ? Is not the correct way to deal with the matt? :. The study of the tariff; ? judicial form of procedure as Is the which fore a body like the Interstate Com-! merce Commission. its solution r. - ' quires commercial, industrial an.I i!s. il Investigations which cannot be prop ? . mission. The best method for scienti? fically gathering Information for tailit ? y I louse, it consists In the creation b! the Division of Tariff Research In the1 i.. w Bureau of Domestic and Porciyn Comntercc i:> the Department of Cbin Board hiis clearly demonstrated by its work and actions the Impossibility "f, I MNSPIIIKD. ? ' forms are- being reeied off ant adopted Iri one Stale alter another with the result that a certain deadly parail-jl is obvious. There is a strain of same? ness that makes the whole lot kin. j i.'f course, there la nothing suspicions I about tl-.is. nor anything that sho?'d be taken to suggest dictation by a! upon assurance has been piled up ti'.at the Bull Moose is not meddling, and j knows nothing of these platfoiinS un? til they nre adopted. Of course, it Is' only an unintentional coincidence th t. In Michigan and Vermont and N'.wj ?lerscy the Roosevelt party >s coming j out for government ownership. in! Michigan this was confined to express j nnd telegraph services, but Now Jer? sey and Vermont stretch it to tele? phones. Will not Kansas and Nebraska Include ti'.e railroads? Will not the Chicago Convention Insist on universal old-age pensions? Will not some -f tlie btlier State conventions make the recall of Judicial decisions their key nbtt?7 Of coarse, lie would be n foal tsh man who would intimate that the Vaiiou^ State platforms are being j doctored and toned up or down tb catch the people In each State, for, everybody know? that the Bull Moose Imids that a platform is u saertd contract with the voters. Who would dnro to assert that the whole Roosevelt movement Is Inspired? Anyone who would say that would bo a tliii^.-. a highwayman, n pirate, a bad scout and a short and ugly falsifier.! Wasn't it the corking idea of the people to have a bully ex>Pr5sldent come back and lake cllitrge of Iiis peo? ple and run his government.' Wnsii'l u a great irreslst'ble popular demand j that recalled the Cedoiiel? Of COtirite it was. Of course the Colonel gave no aid or comfort to those who suggested thnt a third term might be had. The whole thing has beeil the people's job. Tlie people demanded the Colonel, didn't they? They dragged him against I.is will into the race. Wasn't il the people who bolted ftoni the convention and swept him along? Tin people are wilting the party plat? forms now, and the people will as? semble in Chicago next month and the Where before has there been such universal and spontaneous demand I y the peopli for a Hosts? When befoie "lias there been such an uninspired popular movement for unselfish ami altruistic purposes? Of course the third-party movement, for his pr soriut relation to it is negligible. With ? : in driving hi in to stand at Armageddon find baltlt lor the Lord ? ati ! thi demand, fanned It and "work rtii: ii w r<>it ii < isi-:. Iba reaolutlfl dent Giant accepted his resignation: but the House management pressed the matter, and the articles were pre? sented to the Si n.-it.?. Bclkhap claimed that he, no longer be inn a civil officer of the (Jiiitcd States, impeachmeni proceedings would not lie. After Ions debate, In which the minority held that Belkhap being out of ofllce. was not subject to impeachment. the majority failed to obtain thb neces? sary two-thirds vote, and he was "ac? quitted," U y default. The minority of more than one-third of the Senators who vo:, ii - not guilty," gave as their reason for so doing that HeUtnap's resignation had abrogated the right Chairman Clayton, of the llou^e .Judiciary Committee, IS "f tho opinion, it 's stated, that Congress iiua power standing his resignation, hut admits that there Is sulhclcnl doubt and di? vision as to that position as to render it unadvlaable to proceed further in the Hah ford case. The same obstacles ? Bolknap would. It Is natural to conclude, have, confronted the lmpcachini hi i'i" the latter's r< lion, even In event of the charges hieing clearly proved. ? peachment court, is entitled to ox.-r cise his independent judgment, and as has been pcrtinbnily pointed out, ex? perience in Mo- Bclknap prpcecdlima demonstrate that It would likely he haul to convince some- of the lawyers In tli>' Senate, that a constitutional rlrrht to impeach a Civil officer of the United Slat..- gives a right to impeach one who has been a civil officer, but has become : y resignation or other? wise a private citizen. Therefore, as Indicated. Judge Hdhfbrd will doubt ? doubt that by "resigning under fire" lie Hris, in the ots 6f the public, put u stigma upon hlmsi If. The unavoidable deduction Is that he did not ilaro face trial, and his n sit? uation is n confession of guilt If, as lie Im said to charge, he is the victim of persecution and conspiracy, there could be' rib medium that would u fiord hlhl better and sur.r oppor? tunity to prove It than It afforded in an impeachment court. That Judge Maliford, his friends and his apologists ought to know full well, unless they ar< wofully Ignorant of the li'story of our Impeachment trials. VMBXnixc nn: patent i?vw. Two provisions of a bill pending Iii Congress, the purpose of which Is to break the backbone of tb? patent ti List. are. the following: "It shall be unlawful for the manu? facturer ot a patented article to tlx the price ut which it Is to be sold to the consumer by tlie retail merchant. "Manufacturers are prohibited ftqm requiring the use of sped fled materials in the operation uf patented machines and other devices." This bill ought to pass at once, because U will offset the deplorable decision of the United States Supreme Court that a patentee may limit the Use and Kind of material needed in the operation of bis patent. Such a law tyould go fnr toward restoring to tin people certain rights that have been taken from them by judicial In? terpretation The decision in the pat? ent case referred to is as detrimental to popular rights as the Income lax decision, nnd it Is hoped that the former, like the latter, will he re? versed by legislation. SScail of the law by law-makers is much prefer? able! to rcc.,11 of judges. untry will be pleased to learn Colonel has arranged to have ps this year. he oddS are 10 to o that Wils shall will carry Iltchmond, he next thing to be expected from sevelt is the Colonel's edition of lllble with his picture as a fron ??ce," said Senator Bradley, of Keil v. at a Washington political meet* rhe proper size of sliced ham in a in sandwich is a burning' issue in rtli Carolina, us any Kttchih ques n ought to he. It is said that the in in the Oreonsb?ro bread stiuaros so thin that the QreCnsborO Becord l be read through it. but it Is fur v a Hege: ci that in Charlotte they v.. n machine by which they photo iph a piece of ham on tin lucid and n ;i!l th. product f ir a dime. Of irse, no one could expect to Und a il ham sandwich in the Tar Heel ite. such as can he i'ouml anywhere the <">l,i Dominion for a nliikle, a cat three-Inch thick slice 'of red. ? ice of SllOWy, crlfp and flaky Old rginla loaf, a full meal in itself. 3tS far there are n ? p'totests that ket speculators are trying to corral th-- $2? tlckets for the Third Term rty convention. Where is the old-fashioned woman io cooked glhge/cako for her chll ? Why will our contemporary suggest i that the v.onieii i ilka fool away their t in. on preserves of watermelon rir.d j when there is such an abundance of : nateriai from "which real i-jreseryes may be made?" the Index-Appeal asks ! nr. Can .1. ho', can It! ?'Everybody'* doln' It. Dolri' what? I Ttirkoy trot No, you little Shrimp. J They are inking a vacation, Thai Is, everybody that can," observes the ICouth inn [enterprise. I Swat tho feu sy'sterai An AptvniobllUt'* Protest. Tc the- Editor ? riu Times-Dispatch: sir.?The ordinance proposed by the ?ommltteo on Ordinance. Charter and Ki-term for pi isugo by the Council icncernlng the easing of automobile Irlvcrs and rccj ilrlng them to wear a badge nnd pay ? for the privilege into the bargain i enough to exasperate the patience of U'li himself, if tiu-. f<? goes into t.'. common treasury, 1 inn willing to pay it. i>ut if It goes to swell the fees ??: already overpaid or liclais, 1 sb.'ll St. and 1 promise this shall not I tho last time I shall do EO. i am also op awarded me I |M l soils." who I < IM e b< 'Ween ill Speeds forward I t>y the decision i automobile eni lit' rlclonoy to run do object t? w. i i tlflcatloh like n ? ? Every drivei o lb i :i . 5. i real la of all drive City Hall, and caught In nn oi i Ished. just as p 1 hi i "? does not t) very mys'terloUi An far us I . automobile ou : yst-matic i. State arid cltv together vvlthi I sense. The si Hie owner a !. i il lo It Ving a license i iiuai'd of "discreet not know the differ : i 'ills and lnree am willing to alilo. , , . ilo uroup of s a ? to my i'ro ni icliine. Further, 1 i nodal for Iden nvlct or a cur. a machine should be : ! it. Imt a record 111 be kept at tile :' a hy drl\ : r were se. he could be. piin . pear to be anything i:l!i tit ateiut til.it. roads. If he automobile owi own charge, o builds, against I i i c ipic t hoi bit) able, and In rot ed scarcely i" cart or wagon much as a ue I thb driver of dangerously t. being ov.-rt uri bd the machine. I have had ? ? hi,! again, and 1 i it Is not conn u have a wagon . . nnd. as the drivel i because be knows I ? ha t med mori tl he will almost cet If struck; the >lii v. agbh caring ther expensive g< i tiro ruined In ? ? atttomobills! in . .'. i) accident. In f i Ishjy delights i pen to hint or hi ? md rli in 1 have unifoimls noticed that peo-' pie dlsplse ami rail at machines who have none, but the sariie people If ever by chance they Into the posses? sion of one. do In I let, become a men? ace to the pufell ' Mr Editor, no protection Is afford? ed un owner ' f n machine against' luoketi glass, nails, tacks, etc.. that! v. irly destroy I ousands of dollars' v.". it> lined 'f w? i;et a horse-drawh . .. the life of an au ? I u< Ii Iis t he driver ? ? lights. an1 not ibout it It seems the law on this point to killed off and i oltv exacts from .? o. a nd provides ? most abomlnubli ? II them lit bis . - b< gs It nd ft- il vl11 ? I tl)'e count: y it which are pas.? iei I ore are a ward pam by n country orth, perhaps, as hpi This requires vy machine to no lie ditch and risk \ Ina skidding ut iapot n I > t:ie time iti assure anybody .? brotherly love t" ?| : ight In tho way, il ':? qtllte immune he automobile will tn he, and beside. ainly get damages or of the ca--t or i Continental whe - art stripped or a ? ndeovors that thd I ? ip and aver* t. h- rather i??-nd uccklent liap wortli of tires i un without llgl v. hlcle can nriei temobile drivei pleases by hoi e n word Is said intention of th have the ntltoi . be done with It. The law says not a tiiinpr regulating! the traffic of f""t passengers, and In consequence ninny are injured by foo',-; Ishly walking behind Street cars and by walking and dodging tn front of powerf ul mac him s. I often wOridt r u liy nil old ladles nnd children are not killed, for it is these who are the worst offenders, ahA vvlid vet the teeth ot) tho autoinoblllst oni I have noticed that drivers are be? coming more careful, at.ei few are ho; Inconsiderate a< to race Oh public, I highways, and ihb speeders, 1 agfee, Shi lid not be fined, but remanded to| the rock pile. I have observed thati ftequent use of the born will almost; c.rtalnly hvert tin nCfcldent. for few people win attempt h c-rosslrig 'f the: ho'rn \i abunded In time. Richmond is ccTttiirily not large enough, tie.r the traffic congested enough to warrant the many fatalities! . we have had, and I attribute the fact to nothing else than regulating auto to the ex iuslon of all mobile trail others. l'.'chmond. REO. P. BARKSDALE. Ighbbi insure Murder Here nnd Murder There. 3 the Editor of The Times-Dispatch: ! Str. Your editorial on ?Murder In 6\y Vork." published two or three iys ago, makes us feel more com-! triable about ourselves; wo thank od that we are not as other men. nor ,-en as these New Yorkers. It be? eps, then, io the klrui of literiturei :at Mr, Rai four toasted the other] ..v. ??tii' kind that cheers us up." be-1 lie? adding to the dlscorhfort of our! In order to get tho full: i' carding the wickedness i OUghl to know ;irst how - we are ourselves, and not ? less at il. Will not The itch give us figures for the hies in proportion to 1 the number i.f con vie-1 or. for New V'OTk Clt>'i New; an 1 the State of Virginia? Vork pnper should publish' on murder in Virginia in ?It but tlnding other cruises u- Its prevalence! It would bo u::-; tensant; VIRC.lNIAN. Richmond artlcli Same Whj Hid They Foil to Puss the State Hour.If I To the Editor of The Tim- s Dispatch: | Sir.?I was not surprised to see your: Ideal of yesterday, "Richmond College Faculty Puzzjed." Including an inter-! view with U an McNeill, of the law ' faculty. ? Tl.rim inlty has been greatly In-; tcresti i :? : why of tin- f?lUires this, year amonp t ie- candidates for adritlS I slon to the t?te bar. and especially ' among the i chmond College men. it Is hi' ::?? il consequence that a young man ;:hould be retarded for : one yen 1 In i a entrance on his rhos.n profession ? .t to speak of his ex-| p. nt till period to no across the state tu taki these examinations. It. ? i- ait-.. I small consequence that >-., Rb i ? 1 there, .is life did this year. . . . : questions ;>iat few law-i ' yers nlre.nlv practlelnc could have an I swered, The examiners themselves! might question their own ability to! Btat I thi ? Neither could a young: ? student, however fresh from his text-i ljf.nl ; asscd without some prnc-, ticrvl Cxi o In moot court or law I office The law examination thl- year required knowledge of both kinds.I land f.-v.- students have l.ad a chance Transpnn -,i hosiery haint do|n' much t' (.in ih straight an' narrow path, i.iv? r i are almost unknown in dry iDWAS, TECH N I C A L I TIES. By John T. McCutcheon. [ cpxrlahl iv.; lly -elm T. ii lOutohAon ) mm "Johnny, cid you tako that jamT Anawar me thl? In? stant! " " What jam, ma?" " Yc ; know very wo'.l what Jam. Dil you take H?"' " That's a lcadlnc queatlon, ma. I can't tnertrr.lnr.ta myself." ? " JOHNNY! " " And fcoslde-i. mo, U'b no crime to take Jam, becsuaa thert's r.o mention of b!a*>eherry Jam In tho conatltut'.on." " Johnny, I'm losing patience. Once met, did you toka that .'am?" " Ma. I'd llko a d?lnv until next fn'.l to propore my ccse My ??.-!,.r.??ss'>s have none to Europe " " Y-i'.i'ro ovjrrulod. If I waited you reicht daatroy the ?vlder.ee." "Than I want a char.ffa of renua." "Overruled. Th la 1? just aa scod a placo aa th? \vood? shad." "Can I have a habeas eorriu?. ma?" " Johnny, you're hurtlnc your own cose '.iy all th'.e -rilb Lllnr Come now, dlJ you take It or didn't youT" "Ma, I'd Hka to appaa) tha cact to sor.-.a court t'r.at iar. t In seaolon." "Nonsens? This court Is capabla cf trylrti It. If you're jru'.Hy I want to know It, ar.d If you'ro Ir.r.ecer.t I should think you'd be clad to have a chance to provo It, Are you gruUtjr or r.ot ff?tUyf" "NOT OUILTT, MA"' for practical work. Should It be re riulred hi ?? young graduate? Richmond College has no moot court, und it 1/ a slgnlllcant fact that the only student from tr.ls cOllogo who passed had had practical experience Iii a lawyer's clllcc. These factt. together with the fact that a larger per cent, than ever bo fore from either colleges failed; would Indicate that the studints this . ? ir have it lust cause for complain', and that their failure was not duo largely to lack of Individual ability. " 'Mi WHO KNOWS Tilt: TACTS. ARRIVAL IN CAMP DELAYEDBYWRECK Second Regiment Is Ten Hours Late in Reaching Mount Gretna. [Special to The Tlnus-Pispateh.J Ml. Gretna. I'a . July 25.?A wreck on the road between Glasgow, Va., and Mt. Gretna. Pa., held up the Sec end Virginia Regiment, making It ten hours late In teaching camp. It was a tired regiment of soldiers that got Into Gretna at I o'cluek this after? noon, and down the lines you could tioar exclamations that carried out tho statement that the men were tlreu out and not at all pleased with the delay. After a short test, however, they seemed to lout the tired feeling, and In a short time had camp in shape, tents up and wore living with the ear? ly arrivals. The First Regiment, under Major Price, reached camp at 'JiUO o'clock this morning, having covered the dis? tance from Richmond in good time. There were but two snort holdovers on the trip. The. trip of the First was ideal, and the entire command enjoyed it. Major Price reports all well and In' fine shape for the war manoeuvres that are to follow In tn<: next ten days. Tie- camp of the Virginia troops is located In a beautiful spot surround? ed by wooded mountains, with the pretty little .Lathe Conewago and t'oncwago Hotel on the southwest and a pretty park on the north. On reaching camp this morning, tne State soldiers started to work with a vim that showed they intend te> get the most of tho Instruction camp. Ifr. akfast was serve-?, which consisted mostly of beans, but seemed to serve the purpose until the noonday meal, which the cooks had more time to prepare. They tilled up the mess pans with fried eggs and bacon nnd coitee was served black. Cook A. I.. Moore got busy on the j eggs and bacon and rescued Company; C from the hungry state. Sergeant-Major Herbert Jacobs, a graduate of V. M. 1, and former Rich-1 ntonder, now of Staunton, Virgin'a. is connected with th,. First Regiment. Lieutenant Alfred P. Upshor, son of Dr. J. .V. Upsher, of Richmond. Is serv? ing the United States Army, attached to the regular hospital corps. Th,- State V, M. c. A. Is being used and proves of great convenience to the nun for letter writing, reading and '?' ! ' '.'??! ? n ,?v . .-? 1.:.: '?! - 1 f Virginia Beach a Popular Resort With Richmond Peonle This Year Virginia Reach has been specially popular with Rlchtnondors thin sum? mer, ami more persons from this city \ than ever before have been among the cottagers at that delightful resort. The crowds being carried every Sunday through lo Virginia Reach without change of cars on the Norfolk a nd Western Railway have been stead? ily growing ever idneo the season opened. This through coach Is at? tached to the 'Atlantic Special." Pav? ing Rvrd Street Station every Sun? day morning nt S 1ft A. M. The fa? mous "Cannon nail," leaving at 0:00. A. M . running solid between Richmond and Norfolk, carries vestibule coaches nnd Rllllman parlor ears. The round trip fare I? only $1.60, Good on both trains. Returning, the above trains ioavc Norfolk ut 4;li and 1 AO P. M News of South Richmond south nuhrr.onil Bureau. I The Times-Dispatch. 10:0 Hull Street. Phor.e Madison 175. StanrtlnK .n Im" dirt up to their shoetops,! fully 1,009 Southslders. unable to lecure a] (eat, last night gathered m Washington I Square to hear the first of the band con? certs by Kesinlck s Municipal Hand. Pati? ently shifting around to find a firm foot- i hold, they alternately praised the musicians' for their excellent work and condemned thai parties responsible for the condition of 'bei park, which was better suited for a corn-J livid than a public place of amusement. The park, which was due to have been | I plotted up in the spring, bus been upheaved j in this past few weeks. 'i'ne around ??: < ??'? ' tlie band stand received the attention of thai ! plowmen this week. Out on this tr.aky i j ground the scats had been spread. Amusing | I Incidents, from the viewpoint of tho spec? tators, occurred tn the early part o: the I uwn'r.i when ?'..erat of the benches. : pet.d .,n ' lodS of dirt, toppled over. spilling their occupants 10 U.? ground. ! POriunately none ??i injured. 'i ..? music v.-a? greatly appreciated by the audlenco, whlcn heartily upjilsuded each : : nUmber. An extra concert will be glvcu i Tuesday nlsltt to make up for the postpone ; muni of the openine con ? r: Ueatli of I.. C, Nunnally. I I. C, Nunnally, of Stop 3, Petersburg Turnpike, died yesterday morning at 3 o'clock at St. Elizabeth Hospital, where he j bad been undergoing treatment for blood puiaonlng. caused by smashing tits hand ?Ith a lump of Ice. .Mr. Nunnally had for many yearn been engaged lit the grocery butir.css a* Blxth and Hull Street-, and It wan there the ac-| cldent occurred. He was very popular, i both In business and aorlal circles ein thi Southitlde, He was a member of New South Council. No >. Jr O. P. A. M.. lndianoi.1 Tribe. No. 85, I. O. It. M ; Stuart Lodge, No. II, I. O. O. P. Mr N'uiinally wan fifty-one years old and was born in Chcate rtlcld county, lie leaves besides his wife, two children, Mrs I(..y. inond Jackson and Barl Nunnally. He- is also survived by four brothers?W, If., O. I,, and Waverly Nur.n..lly, of South Richmond, and B. P. Nunnally, e.f Woodland Heights, and two staters. Mrs. Netta Kelly nnd Mrs J.i?h Jone? The funeral will be held this afternoon at I o'clock from the Deeatur street Mcth e.dtst Church, of which Mr Nunnally waa j a member. The Rev. Q. T. Forrester will l'arhtlng Part) Hating Vim, its from ?U.111 V|?w !>>? returning* UlllllS nr.: tu the effect that the) 1 >-*rt>? of young iSouthslderi who left ay on the yat (it 'InO," Captain Oil reached th.lr haven safely and aril a great time. Among tr.osc who wllfr irre weeks on the trip are it. itlunt, DavUt. '.< irtii Andrew?, a. Crowaer, B. Peter?. Arthur Uarrett. 11 , aort, Charlie Wi.hun. Warren Garrett.j i f Schrogglns, Ka.ph Moody. Oscar r. DI Ii, Garland Irren and I.in Dsvls Tents were taken along, an.l/ >y? are camping out on the bea'< It, it-rested in North Carolina, rdlng to n report Sr..m Greensboro. P M '?? re. of South ni.hmond. I? detained ther*) for the peile? of this Moore Is wanted on tue Souibatde ona lease the man. Says Me nldn'l Pay. charged with attempting to cheat amt defraud his landlady. Mrs. M. Heaton. by,, skipping n board bill 61 ?' ?. r>lck Kpps. thirty.rive year* old. was arrested yester dsv on a warrant. Unable to secure ball h?! wits given free lodging at the Third rolle?: Station un'll this morning. If at th.it time) he tabs to convince, Justice H, A. Maurice of hi* good Intentions, or |j unable to pnyj |h< be will be given free board for thai customary thlr-.y days at the Hot?l-d*-Sat?l Ila'led for Pollen Court. Gary Johtnon. colored, forty-one years o'd, was yesterday balled before 'Fqutre Frank? I'n .'or appearane, Saturday morning in tha Police Court. Part : Johnson is charged In a warrant with hitting Mack Jones, colored, with a brick. Jones Is ?tili ur.de!* ire of a physician. Henderson Squires, colored, charged withi dlscharalng a pistol In the city limits, will be given a hearing this morning in Polle? Court. Part 2. .-'quires wu? arrested Wed? nesday i.?'h after shooting at his ?on. Alee Foster, colored. wn? last night sum* niohed to conn for allowing n nuisance oa his premises. U-". Deeatur Street Personal Mention. Miss Bcrnlco Kelly and Miss Verneif Plankenshlp returned home after n de||Rht? fu! visit to friends In Alexandria. Wash* incton and Daltlmore. Clinton Morrlssette and Beverly Mahonri left Monday nlitht for Chicago and Cin? cinnati They will also visit other Western po.iits before returning home. the First, Second and Fourth Virginia Volunteers, Twmty-Nlnth Regiment, United States Infantry, with band and headquarters; A, C. and D. Troops. I'nited States Cavalry; Battery i:., Third Artillery, Regulars; Th'rd Unites)I States Field Hospital, a detachment company; United States Engineers, de? tachment bakers corps, and a small detachment Signal Corps, West Vir? ginia troops will arrive to-morrow. Sergeant William W. Spence. of com-1 pany D. First Regiment, rece'ved promotion from Duty Sergeant to FirstI Sergeant of B. Company, papers being] handed him while en route. An order has been Issued prohib'tin; soldiers from bathing in the lake with? out regulation bathing suits,. Toe order has caused a general scramble, to the nearest town for bathing stl'tS. Bathing In the lake Is tine and every one seems to be grasping ti*a oppor? tunity. The doctors who make up the First Regiment Hospital Corps, are on duty and have attended one patient since| their arrival. Dougherty Will Cuter Itnce. [Special to The TImeS-Dlapatch.] Bristol. Va? July 2*.--Dr. K. Daugheriy, a prominent -physician of Scott county, will seek the Itepunllcan nomination for Congress in the Ninth Virginia District. He Is nn avowed Roosevelt advocate, and it Is intimated he may run Independent If not nomi? nated. ' Franchise la Power Company, I Special to The Times-Dispatch.] f-'taiinton. Vn.. July JS,?The Board of I Supervisors n( Augusta county to-day i (?ranted the right of way for poles along I ilis /road Irnrn Staunton to Waynesboro, I twelve miles, to (he Staunton Lighting Company, which hai made n contract to furnish ndditlonsl power to the Rlvortld? I.lKlilIng and Power Company, of Waynes hero, and Will furnish HkIiIs and power at VTshervllle on the way and at Waynesboro. Workman Itadlj In lured. I Special to The Times-Dispatch. ] Sponger, N. C, .Inly 2.V?John Hcnderllte. ? young u nite man. logt n hand under a I loeomotlvc in the Bpeneer yards tnia i ternoon. lie was working on, n derail engine, and his hand was caught under a Wheel, lie wag placer) 0n n hlifh speed au lomoblle anil ruslieil to a hospital In Sal? isbury for an operation. IS NOT EXPECTED Evidence Tends to Show Self-, Defense in Killing of Waiden by Wallin. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Bristol, v*a.. July -';?.?A sevcro eioc*. trie storm swept over a portion oil Southwest Virginia during the early;] morning hours, putting ail telephone)/ lines out of commission. Jonesvllio] cannot bo crimmuhtcatied with to-nignt from .my direction, und no news what-: over has been received from that quar? ter. Apparently last night there was no further trouble likely us an Immcdlatu result of the killing of Or. .lames v. Wahlen by Perry Wallin. Wallin w?g relonsed oh ball as u result of the hoar Ing given him tu tor.- Magistrates II. C. Joslyn and E. A. Roblnette. it seemed to bo the Impression Of witnesses that Wallin did not ?re the fatal shot until after Or. Waiden had drawn his re? volver, as If determined to shoot. The election cases, more than 200 In number, -are due to he called for trial in Judge Skeen'a court on August 19. In view of th^ discontent, resulting In numerous anonymous threats upon tho court and Others, well posted resident? of Jonesvllio have time and again ex? pressed fear that bloodshed would bey the outcome of tho election Investiga? tion. Colonel Catlelt Recovering. Former Assistant Attorriey-Oeneral Hob ert Cntiett. who whs recently operated upon at Johnston-Willis Hospital, N re,:ov erlni. and Is now well enough to see hla Irlends. National State and City Bank ntclimiiiid. Vlrstnln. Solicits Your Account. Capital. Bl.OOO.OOa tturp.ua, ?000,000, Best by Test for forty years.