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Society hero Is very much Interested
in the marriage uf Miss Mary iiliss uboth I.e. I'leinlng und U ildiini Flfss hugh Hust, whlcii will ms. place to iilorrow evening -it "Green Moni."' the country estate ->f tip- bride's parents, A?r, and Mrs It. Ii Lee l-'lomlllg, in fauquler County. Tin- ceremony win be performed tit !?? o'clock by He v. .1. .1. Norwood, assisted by the Rev, Harry lice; rbcldr of Christ Church In Char^ lotti sville, aild uncle >?'. th- groom The house will I..- a bower of beau? tiful flbvvers for i he occasion and a meat many distinguished relatives both bride and groom have gone tO i''auriuler to be present at in- cere? mony io-irnorrow evening. Jh.- bride will have js hei dames o' honor. Mrs Henley Carter, formerly Miss Frances l-'letnlng, and Mrs. Hugh J'avis, Nortolk. Misses Itobertu Fleming and Nancy Lee Jimmy, of Leesbiirg, will bu maids of honor, and Miss Clarissa Fleming und Miss Sadie l'ownnian will net us bridesmaids Henry it i*. ist will attend th- groom Oe bust man. ami the lishefs will in? clude Lawrence Lee, Pollock Jantiey, (leorge Hogers, Dudley Pondleiton, Julian Downman and Thomas Flom Ing. Mr. Fleming will give his datigh. lei away Several hundred c lest I have been Invited to Green Mont lor the reception and lane, that will lol llow the ceremony. ? Heturned i" the < IIy. Mrs a L .lohnst on and her daugh? ters, .Misses Mary and Lull- Jotinston, have returned to their home. tjOS West [Franklin Street; after an absence or several motitha Mrs. Johnston ana ? her daughters have been In W'ythe VIII? for the month of August. a Langstar? Johnston, ir.. r-t .med "to Richmond on Monday, after a stay of several weeks with friends in New York. Affairs of Ihr Week. rimall and informal affairs will oh jtertaln society this we k. Tl? woo [nave tit recently operier] their town houses are inviting friends in for after - ir.oon tea an! lutl heon, and September jdays pa-s Very pleasantly f'<r the ill ? .comers to the ,-ity. The Country Ciuti 4s decidedly the most Interesting pin ? anywhere near town thesi days, aha a great deal of informal entertRlnln*. Is done there evcrj week Th- r-^ itilar weekp. hop will take place on ?.Saturday night. The Woman's Club has recently teen thtvwr, op<-n. having been closed for repairs for some time, and tie Mon? day afternoon teas me very soclnble functions of each week. Howls of I Ilowers deck the tea tables and there I? an air of Informality that makes Ihe afternoon hours most agreoble, Iteiurned Frnm Ihe .North. Mrs. Kathet ne M' 'r 'Sunn and her enughters, th.- Misses Gunn, have re Biinl?p Flour Thr plift%HilRRi(^in0n(i; V<i Sec < ?ur lint- of Electric Drop Lights. The E. B. Taylor Co. J. B. Moshy & Co. Jtist-For-Friday Specials To-Day. ? ?- - i - BV HAVE YOU SEEN THE New Method Gas Ranges - AT - PETTIT & COS.'? REINACH. inc. 107 E. BROAD STREET MILLINERY Women's and Misses' Outer Apparel. Furniture, Carpets and Stoves ROTHERT & CO. fourth and Bioal Mime Quality Kvcrj PURITY ICE i Rl AM CORP., Monroe ISO I. f ? Hopkins Furnitura Lo. 7 West Broad St. Cash or Credit. tl_-:-=-ee= Children's White Canvas Button Shoes, $1.00 ALBERT STEIN KING ok siums, 5th and Broad WIC MA UK. A SPECIALTY Of packing household goods and i hlna :for shipment iRountree-Sutherland Cherry Corporation Ml-lla-llb West JJroud H.trc?u New Chiffon Blouses Long sleeve net ruffle down front; shadow lace collar, in all ? olor.s ; 1111 ffO QO pe< ial . ?$?Jo?70 turned tti then- pome, uftet spoil ling the summer ul Baj Head; N. J. Mii Onnn if the composer ol s new souk. entitled. "Dream Girl, Caress .Me.'' Which made 1'- n|ipeuranc?i ;.t Atlantic i'ity during the summer. It has ho come a ei-.it favorite with those '.i'ho care fOl populiit mna'c ol the day, und is already lorn liar t? many Rich monitors. MImm Moore I'ImkukimI. Mrs Ida K, Moore, of i?ewlshurg, W. V.l., announces' the engagement aril ? Prlscltla Leslie, to IJisuteiinnt Clarence M Mi.Murray, Seventeenth Infantry. I'm t McPhtrsoh, Gii. The wedding win b? celebrated some time In October. \ablund i nrd t'nri .<. Miss .\l.ee Harrison was a charming ? at her borne in Ashland Thi House Was prettily decorated with gOldenroo anil buffet iitticKeon ?'sn served dur? ing the gnrni Those playing were Mcsdumes Anna Carr. B. Morgan Shep? herd and Mi-s.i- Peachy Fleet; Blanch CHehery, Nancy Sydnor, rithel llownrd, Virginia Potts, Annh Mucon Putts. Mnrah Cnrdwell Wlise Card well, llu'tn Blakcy and Alice llarrisom Tit. inst prise tell t" Miss Pleat; wlllic ih. bobby went to Miss Annie Maoon P?tts. Important Meeting. meeting of the born d ot rituiiagers or the Virginia home for Incurables to: ? meeting will he held at the home, and full atti important bus n< ss will be discussed it ? Knstagenieni Kn.need. Mrs W W .slaughter has announced gut-rite Prances, to John William the engagement of her daughter. iiar l ournnment in OraiiRe. ? or a very eiijbyabli tournament given by the young men of the neighborhood. ? by Anthony Barclay Talluterrb. J i.-is. riding wer., .las ;0m l wyman. lya v\ liis Migs-itis Mart Miner. Manl> Carter, limes tireaves, Thomas Winslow. ?c iti . .full. Wesley iiiuufora. The successful knights were Leb Wlaslow. crowning Miss Arabella S. Pilcher, of Richmond, is queen; nay Hiner. erowr.lng Miss Palsy Graves, of Orange, first maid ot honor; .Manly <"arter. crowning Miss Lillian Brook? ing, of Orange, second mal! of honor. Jarn.-s Graves, crowning M ss Loleei winslow, of Orange, third maid ot honor. The coronation took place dn the Wide veranda of the Winslow home, which was decornted for the occasion with evergreen and goldenrod. Oebrge i. Browninc delivered th- coronation ad Ir. sp. The tournnment was followed bi 'dance in th- evening, forty couples i taking part. Some of the dancers were 1 Miuses Arabella Pilcher, Floren? Ortt thi ght in.I i- .t t ? i Oarthrlght. of Rldhmnnd; Caroline .Harbers, Marenret Hat'.eis and Ruth rcbwlcs, of Washington. Marriage Announced. Mr and Mrs. .1. T K?hn anno in ?? tne marriage ?.f their daughter. Rthet O. Kuhn, and II. N Tucker, the cere? mony having taken place yesterday at the Third Presbyterian mans. , the 'pastor Rev Kgglcslon, officiating. Mi. i and Mrs. Tuck.r will hp ;,t hoihe it told Church, Hanover Co?hty. where they will make their home in futur. Hull ? \\ altmon. Says th.- Washington Herald: "Miss Kathryne Waltmon, well i known in Georgetown, where sue has made many visits, and II.-v. Charles Ernest Nevlll Unit, of Birmingham. I England, wbre married last Wednesday ?it noon in tiie Methodist Episcopal Church, South in Rloomtteld. Vs., the 1 home town of the bride. "The e r, mony was performed by I ib.- presiding elder or the Winchester district. Rev. T. .1 l<ambert, Who was j assisted by the pastor of th,. church The bride was escorted by her brother, j William Waltmoti. She wore white satin Charmeuse made empire, with a i court train, und carried Bride roses , Miss Sii7aiin.. Priest, of Norfolk) whs the rnald of honor, and wore yellow I chiffon and carried n large bunch of ? goidenro.]. The bridesmaids, Misses Kathryne uhd Virginia Heid. wore .white chiffon find carried goldenrod. Tlie best man was Rev Prank Tyler, atoi the ushers were Ponton Ixdth, Ro I ben Binden, Arlhui Purr and Ernest Lelth. Mr-. niee-Penehe presided at the organ. A wedding hreaktitsl uns given In Pie ancestral home ,,f the Mo.do. Th.. golng-nwav gown of tiie ? I.ride was a tailored suit of army blue, ; with i. plcfllie bat to match. After it short wedding Irlp Rev Mr Hall mid in.- bride will milk.- their home at Lin? den, v.i . where in- has been in charge of th.. Methodist Church for some months Among those from washing : ton present it the eeremonv were Mrs ?'; Kibler, Mr. rind Mrs i: it. i,eith. ?>lr and Mrs. Eugene Huppert and the M sses Suzanne and Baldes l.eith rela fives." In nnd Kin of Town. Mrs. Thomas Adkins and her daugh? ter. Miss Murin Adkins. have returned to the city, nfter a May of several j months in Now Vork. Mrs A. W Gurhcr, who is visiting i-elatlyes in Nashville, will return to Richmond in a few days. Mrs. Richard Levy has gone to her home in Baltimore, after spending the summer months In Virginia. .1 B Gray; of this city. Is a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs TV. B. Buddo, in Staunton, fur a few days. Miss Sadie Bracket! Is spending some time in Powhatari County, wher.i she. is visiting relatives. Mrs Hunter McOuire has returned to the city, after a visit lo her sls ter, Mrs A. F Robertson. In Statin ton. Moncurci Perkins has returned to Richmond, after spending the sum Inter at ihe Rockbrldge naths. Churchill Gibson is In Richmond for a tojy dayB this week cu routo for the Episcopal Theolnglrril Semi? nary, near Alexandria. Mr and Mm. Philip Pryor Mpscomb have, returned t<> Warsaw, after ? weeks- stay In this city. Miss Aiiwle Waller Farinholt has returned t.i the city* having sp-nt the, past six weeks In the mountains of North Carolina, near Ashovllle. Mrn. Ernes! Mead and little .laugh? ter, who w.-r.- i.. Orange all summer, have returned to Klchmond, i N \ III' l> \ M ated In WHIInms llon. 111la in bill-it; ??? 11 Tinies-Dlspat Si ;'t?-nih Han- II lluiiSi of Minnesota, was here to-day looking over this section with a view 10 i tl i colony of Danes near WMIItmisburg, Mr. Duua has lo? cated colonies in th.- Northwest, hut he thinks th? irend of Immigration Is ti. ivli ? town I Virginia and th- Southi lie left tin- morning; in company with Johii Peterson; of Iowa, for Norfolk to look over that part of the State, hut win i turn to WllUamsburg later lu t ,.. week Demand fbr peninsula property has not been strong the past y.iar. but l:it|Ulrles and hOrneseeicers ? how becoming more frequent. The demand for timber land is good and :? rturii ? : of deals are on hand with local real estate men. Postmaster 'I'. <;. peach}' snvs that :,'< delivery In WllUamsburg may be tried within the next twelve months. The gov riimenl will put on freu de? livery- In towns o; the si/..- of this earlj t ext summer. It will require, two curriers at l&O'J [o r annum each. The annual meeting of the Charles Cltji Telephone Company was held at Charles '~ily courthouse a few day-" ago. the following b"inc elected oili? er is f r next year: 11 8 Saundere. president; W. I? Burnett* vice-presi? dent; L M Nance, secretary-treasurer. The Company Is self-sustaining, tut has not proven profitable as an Iri yest tin nt. The Hey Mr. Peebles, of Lynnhaven. preached to the congregation of the WllUamsburg Paptlst rhurch y ester da; m rnlr.g and night. The Charles City Sunday School Con vetitlon. which was held at Salem Church, elected the following officers: .lohn lltihbard, president; W .S. Bat nein idea.president W. M. Nan1. Alexandria Schools npen. (Special to Th'- Times-Dispatch.] Alexandria; Va . September 9.?The public schools of this city to-day r? ipened for studies after the annual ? ten shoe over the last scholastic year of thirty -three. I'nkea PoUon to Bad Ilia life. fspecial to Tho Tlmee-Dlspatch 1 dlaunton. Va.. September :?.?Spencer Karhart. twenty-one years old. of Spottswood, took carbolic acid at his hotn^ Sunday evening, dying In fitly, minutes. Ill health and dlspondency ar>- given as the cause of the suicide. Home Treatment for Tuberculosis Contrumpt'.re tattle nth nerd no lonscr dread either the that formerly overtook all sufferers from Iuris trouBle. or costly and lULOr.vf nt?nt .'aurnoi f*.r from home to t.th-s cltrcatea or to soine expensive sanato? rium Hundreds are: n?? staying quietly at home, restoring ihemaalvti i I hea th ut taa roit of a few bottle, of medicine. litre 1? one who speaks rr-jrn e^per'.er.-e ZJO S. Ith St.i Colwyn 'Darby . Pa "tleotlemen. For tour years I viral troubled with Cough, which gradually became tout. A physician pronounced my caie consume tior.. and I tvae erdered to a ,"or." :mpttva It ?Va: My nephew would not a:,on no t.-> go until I bad tried Eekman's A.tera live Before I hsA taken the medle'.n? three we.Hi i commenced getting weil. I am !r,/\ ?:;... r.t ?'- a'r.d have 'aeen e in ptefety -?.?.r?d for t?n years f strongly reromtner.e; it." !?????.? , MRS> MART WASSON. BcXmaii's A.ter?t!\e :s -ff.-tlve In Droit. chills, Asthma. Ilay F-vr T.-.rnst and I.uns Troubles, ar.r! In upbuilding the system. Tffitn not r-.niam n?ts?ng. opiate, or habit* fovmtng dr-:r? For sa> ?>. wens *? Minor I>rur CO. and other >b!:-ic driKsietc Ash fcr book>t t?:.lr.r of recoveries and writ* to B-ktnar. Laboratory, r h :-adelph:a. Pa., for addittona; tvldenca for the Money ?at Everythii for your Home low pre Sec oui \'cv. StOCKi Ryan-Smith' 201 East Hroad Streer. Final Clearance of all coats, suit, and Presses. Office Furniture Sydnor & Hundley, Inc. Grace and Seventh. Open l it cry Ii? r Vntll 0 o'Cloclc. Sale You Have Been Waiting for Now in Full Blast Sellers Kitchen Cabinets $22.50 to $35 00 at ! Jones Bros. & Co., Inc. M18-1420 E. Main St. Sale of Towels 40 Dozen 25c. Handsome llcinstitt hed IItick Towels, la gc 22x 10 Im h i ize; sale price, 17c eat Ii, "i $2,04 per dozen. See display near elevator; FfiAXTON 10 HAV union station Seaboard Withdraws Exceptions to Corporation Commission's Order. [Special to Tl ?? T mes-DIspatch.J Raleigh. N C, September '.?.--The! Corporation Commission hit a announced that tht Seaboard Air Lino I'.atlroad has withdrawn its exceptions to the, order of the commission for tho erec? tion of a union passenger station at i Maxton on the site of the present Sea- 1 board freight depot, and the commls- , 'sion modified t:.e order to the extent! that the Seaboard has until September F.O to submit pia.-is and specifications for the union station to the commls- j sion. The Atlantic Coast I,tne ie to! use the station with the Seaboard un-? der lease tetms that the companies are' to agree upon, the commission Inti? mating that i: any difficulty in this respect develops, the commission will make an order Settling this mattet, The soil survey division of the state Department of Agriculture began to? day the work of malting a soil map Of Wake County. This work is also In progress In Alleghany and Ashe Coun? ties Maps have eeh completed for twor.ty-threc counties. They shoe.- in? complete topography n? to the char? acter nnd location of soils throughout the county represented. Dr. Ii. W. Kllgore, State Chemist, :s In charge of this work, and It Is conducted 'n co-operation with the soil survey dl vision of the United States Deportment of Agriculture. Charters Were Issued t?-day for The Depot Drug Co., of Asnevllle, capital J2'1,000 authorized, and $*.sna sub. scribed by S. D. Pelham, .1. G. Sticke leather and others, and for the Travis' Ginning and Milting :o., cf Travis Station. Tyrltl County. Capital $21.00". subscribed by .T. T. Alexander, P. I.. W, Kahoon and others, That Iiis rectorate, twenty-one years "id on Sunday, was the announcement made at the 11 o'clock service by Dr. 1. McK. Pitting-.- to the congregation of The Church of The Good Shepherd. Ho spoke feelingly of the relation9 that have existed all these years be? tween rector and parlahqners, relations, ho declared, tha-. have proceeded with nil "Godly quietness.'* ;tnd that have, he Insisted, accomplished much. He sp->ke with special optimism of the speedy completion of the splendid granite and marhje church for which j the congregation has been laboring for ten years. In his sermon. Dr. ; P'ttlnger treated ' Religious Instruc? tion In the public Schools" nnd ex? pressed gratification that a prominent western Judge has just ruled that there Is nothing sectarian In The Lord's : Prayer, and that It can be used in j the public school". FIRE IS STARTED BY EXPLOSION Special to Th- Times-Dispatch.] Ptiltski, \'a . September ?.?The dwelling of Dr. lames Stearnes. at Dublin, was totall> destroyed by fire Friday aft -moon Intel The lire is supposed t" have originated from the explosion of ttie kit. hen range and spread so rapidly that the building could not in- saved and onlj the hotiSt - bold furnishings in the front part of Hi.- house were gotten out. The loss win be sovi ml thosahd dollars with $1,230 Insurance. Tile dwelling of F.. I* Darsl, division superintendent of schools for Pulaskl County, at Dubllli, was struck bs light? ning late Saturday evening and badly damaged. The lightning struck a chimney, knocking it oft to tho roof ahd then foil,>wed down through s.v ,1 ni looms, knocking off tin plaster? ing and badly damaging the Interior A telephone was torn all to pieces und a pari of it burled Into the yard through a window, the ciirreilt leayihs the house by the telephone wire, sev? eral women in the hoilHe wort so bijully frightened that for a lime ii was thought that tiny hud b.en stunned. . lit soon recovered. 'I'll- hoiis, did ii"t take tire. Pulaskl will on Wednesday vote on a bond issue of $50,000 for a sewerage system. .lohn Welcome, colored, wanted in Washington County, Md., for murder and who was arrested here Friday, was tak. n back to Hngerstown, Md., yestci day by Sheriff Snlvely, who identified Web oni. as Hi- man wanted. He .-..r. i tho prisoner was considered a danger? ous man and had one.-, when under arrest, escaped i>> beatlnu a deputy over ilu. loud with the handcuffs and made his escape; Th,. public Schools of the ,;it) opened to-day wilii ib.- largest enrolment In th. history of the school The faculty Is composed .>f the following members Professor 15. .1. Cooley, supervising principal, Mrs. N A. Sttyefs, Miss Cot Nella Jones. Miss Julln Alexander La rew and Miss Mary Ella Dnrst, all Of Pulaskl. High School instructors: Miss Nell Sharltz and Miss Kulie Mil? ler, of wyth.-vllle. Miss Elisabeth T?te, Draper; Miss Josephine Dickey, ot r.tersburg: Miss Daisy West, MIsS Mury Thomas, Miss Evelyn Miller, Ml8? Florence Stevenson und Miss lit hei Stegnr, of Pulaskl, and Miss Alma Wil? kinson, of Ulllsviile, teachers of the Grammar School. With the exception of Miss Wilkinson. Miss Stegnr, Miss Miller and Miss Stevenson nil w-i. members of the faculty last year Wants .Inlnt Canvass. I Special to Th.- 'i tin. s-Dlspatcli | Salisbury. N C, September 0.? Representative R. I.. Dou'ghlon, from the Eighth t7ongressioti.il District, has Challenged G. D. R. Reynolds, ih- Re publican nomine-, to a joint canvass L$l lt\ti district. INVITES AMERICANS TO GO ON LONG TRIP Lord Lyveden Arranges Cruise! in Far East of Prominent People. L I \ ?1 VHQI IHK OK I ON I I XOY. UD Dyvotleh. who urrlves in N0%\ MuJestt'i for the i irposi ol indue ? Triivcl Cliibi uf which he la president Ihglish municipal dlghlta .1 1 us theit cicerone throughout th-i ? 11, breezy, with plenty of wit am eruutlon, Lord LjPvi leh w.ih par ? unusual Horn UP bon ol th .ut< ;? mi ough purisho e ! 1. became an actor und in IS83 . ? icnt of j>ir Squire Uahbrofi; In ? ? 1.: 'Captain cclirighf in "The .;: .r I .11 his historic talents wer? ; ;? luted nt whit In- considered ti w. -W" :h- <t any rate in u tin ? t>t-cabin pa.s'seliner. I a lid I Ii? with than twenty dollars In hit- pocket, til neid hi hand to the 1lr.1t Job pi est liter] itself, mid a week later '.'slinging hash' In a cheap res Hit ?l It iw. ry I.ea'lnc ti.l?. lade his ivaj down to Charlotte, was put out it h's for hbn-paytuisnl of his bill, mott howtver ? excellent an tmpres : a nt, 11,at Inutead rntng him over t,. the police; they illj offered htm money. ? ? n'oxl 'lav y hing Vernon obtained ? a;, hnck-tlrlver, rind did so well he "ay able to hu>' a .-hare In a '? I shim: boat at Charleston, N C.i h fouti,hied In n rt'irm In 1885; .Vorkod as a printer in th. iOsIiik i ""in ff a Charleston hews ? irlcttl trjiiipe, v. .th which h< toured ?1' . Returning to Knglu hd, eenme th" leading man of Frank i "Diplom '?? ? cbmp?hy; arid mar I ij if'ii. settled down as a '?iv gardener neat- Ktanwlok, at um-Ferrers, an enterprise that ?d him in th" bankruptcy court. hing between II ilyhoari and Dublin, and afterward.' on th.. ''City of Paris." As ? tit steward he visited Itlo and also Buenos Ay res. where he iiintraof ? d yellow fever, and at th" time When lie sui.d" I to his uncle's riceragej though ii"t to his property, he was chief stifwhi'i) on ot-.e ,f the boats of tin Oenerpl Steam Navigation Company Stop concihin^! Coughing rasps I and tears. Stop it! Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is made for coughs and cohls. Ask y?tir doctor about it. i BS'.ftn?S2.: Watch Sale \Vc arc having a -ale of VERY !?" I NE WATCHES an,I at vpc ial low prices. Il you want a very tine Watch you shotlM lake at!vantage of tlii opportunity aid yet one that will I st a lib-time. "The Diamond Merchants." J. S. JAMES, Inc. Jewelers mill Opticians, Seventh and Main Streets. UELIABLK VCCO?NTS SOLICITED flowers Should be of 'Qua 1.-? meed" FTeshiicssHTtey Cost .Mo Morc I \cYC. T; 1 Mad 030 For Oil Cooking and Heating ?Stoves See .V Kl.tCIS A SOX. IMC. ?80 Bast ittoad 50c bar Green Castile Soap, 2">c at Broad Rock The Official Wan t of the American Druggists' Syndicate. Adopted as such because IT IS THE PUREST. running between Harwich ana Ham It ho failed to benoiit financially to any extent by his accession to the title it was ' ause bis lihcle and predi ? sor left everything that ho possibly could to hie young widow, who was. thoui lifty years his Juitlpr lb, lat< lord whs considerably over Bey< years of .ig- when he married ItU ... oinl w .!?? tii- da igbter ol .. pastr: i .k iit Hastings, whom be took from behind her father's counter to act as reader and amantlcnsls, but endedj .. . ;,,..kitig io r lit- wlfi The dlspar- ; .?it. hot ween tins strange pair endered still mun- marked by t??'| fact that at the tlmti of the wedding t i. old lord was so Infirm that be bad' t., be whcoled about in a chair. ccesslon t> the family, honors twelve years ago; Lord Lyyeden hue been active iu all sorts of enter? prises, ".tii more 'ii less success, lit received, a few years .ig", the Order ..f th. Crown front the German Bmperir for his services In piloting a patty ol over a hundred prbvlntilal British mayors through tler'lnany, with Hie Idea of promoting Anglo-German friendship, and has he'd a captaincy in tiie MJ': ltla (now Territorial) Buttallon of thu' Highland Light infantry Koglment. Sir I \ii speaking, the family ti.mi? ls Smith and the mst Ivjrd Lyyedlin, w ? .1 oWcd his peerage lo his services as Secr'Otiiry of st.it. for War. lecnred in mi>> purmissDn from the crown to asstime instead the name Of Vertion, Which had Uaeh that ?f Iiis mother. Tho in st Pud's father, Itobbt t Smith, waii member of Parliament tor Llncolil, and a brother of the Uov, Sydney Smith, canon of si. Paul's Odthedra.i. and >? famous as i wit, und for his hostility in everything American'; Miss Amelte Clujtwynd'S Impending marriage to Captain Claude Ueytiard. of the Twelfth Lahcersj serves to recall j the dramatic attempt made in It Id nap her and l.er elder sister, Kleanoi, by three Individuals acting in behalt bl their mother, The latter Is the s|stbr ? f the late Sir Herben N'aylor-Leyr land, an<l was the wife of the Hon. He hard Chetwynd, the late Viscount chetwynd's only son, who committed suicide four years ag?>. during ih* llfe-l tlti.: his father. Ills marriage to Mis? Leyland was an uhhapp) on- lit ever) respect, and was dissolved lit her favor, tii.- custody of nor two daughters being awarded to her. She was sub? sequently deprived of them by the courts, owing to her extravagance ?l conduct and in iinnnclal matters, the i lilldreh's guardianship heing assigned t.. Christopher lohn lieylund. of Hog gerston Castle; Northumberland. Before they had boon there very long th.ir mother made her sensational at? tempt to abduct them. Having char-j tered a steam yacht, she awaited them ..i Heal, n point on the Northumbrian coast, where her agents were to bring them .-Ii- Intended in .urry theih Off to the port of san Sebastian, In Spain, l ot Hi- plotters, in spit- of their cut? ting telegraph and telephone wires in Order to secure their safety; and dam? aging til, cuttle motor ears to prevent pursuit, failed of their object; and tw> of Mrs. Chetwynd's agents in the affair, a man named Thomas Duquld ami an? other person were captured; tried tor abduction and condemned to penal .servitude. Mrs. Chetwynd herself es raped and after living abroad for some liinc, was allowed to return and last spring landed In tiie bankruptcy court. Her two daughters have handsome fortunes of their own, inherited from their Leyland grandparents, and fur i i augmented by their guardian ! Christopher Leyland. The court-martialing of a Spanish marine at Fcrrc) for refusing to kneel with all th- othei linccra dhd men pres? ent .a th- moment of the 111. vat ion of the Host. r. calls a r< markaMc Incident ill the carv. i of tin great Duke of Wellington, win, was on.- of the Kivat esi foes if Houuiti Catholic i ma net patloh in the British Isles. When tho English army was In friendly occupa? tion of Madrid niter tiie retreat or th- French .lining the peninsular War, a procession of the Eucharist through tie- streets took place to celebrate the deliverance jf th,. city from the riiomv. Wellington lined the entire route with British troops, mid ga\o orders that on Hie approach of th- Cardlnal-Prl mate witii the Host, ail British offi? cers and men should alike bare their heads in token of respoi t. Copt. Hugh Macdonald, .,f the Fourth Dragoons, was the strictest of Prcsbj t.rinns Preferring even t.. disobey orders rallier than show honor to U ? iu which ho did not believe, h, dellberately refrained from raising his own helmet, and fr.im ordering pis men to uncover when the Host passed ike station Observing Mncdonald'a men with th. ir lieada still covered. W?lling ton rod- up, white with anger, and drawing his sword, struck tin- eiiptnln's helmet from his head; so that it ruled Into the gutter. The Dragoon: see? ing th-ir Captain thus forcibly uncov? ered, doffed their own helmets, like thu r.st of th. troops. Though guilty of intentional Insub? ordination; Captain Macdbnald was net cash lo red. Wellington held that he had been sufficiently punished by the indig? nity oi haying bis helm, nt stricken on befOro his snuhdroh. H. even went so fur as to promote !iim, hut at the same Unie Intimated that military or? ders to a. soldier took precedence ?t any conscientious scruples, especially tvhon tho^orders wore intend.to do h uioc ,., friendly nation (Copyright. 1912. by th. Brohl?.i Compuii) 1 E1CAPB FltOM JAII., Three Negro I'rlMonem Make Relnway, I.ill t iller \ re i might; I Special to The Times-Dispatch,) Tazawell, Vg., September Will Saundors, Jim Klustott and Charley Wilson, three colored prisoners con1 lliwd in the county ja'l, two lor burg? lary ond the other for selling whis h'v. made their escape early Sunday morh'ng by prizing a oar In tu- dbbi' ? f 'lie jail which admitted theih to 'lie ;t rridor Thb> gained their frne ib in by loosening i bar in a rear win? dow and jumped a dl.itahcc of fifteen feel to '.he ground. Sherlif Harmon, as :o'on as they t*?re missed, telephoned to diifforent parts ..f the county and hid all the deputy-sheriffs ami constables on the lookout. ? Sunday night about in o'clock Boss .Brown, constable nn Indian "'reek, trill ..f them end arrested th- trio i \tl it. man should tirfesi him, and he i ftablo Brown fired at bin , timing at lip. leu.-, hut sti ic'it him in the tlilgh. .1- 1 nib I lodging in th. I.uel part of i P. t.i dy l>notors have probed for tu, bell, i Without rasuli This is the tbir.i jail delivbry t-om I'ar.eweli ?. new $:)r.,000 lull within Hie past few years Acted In Self-Defense. fSpecial i.. The Times-Dispatch 1 j Alexandria. Va . September A coronet's jury, which to-day Investi? gated tho stabbing !>? death of Wil? liam PergUSon, colored, and also the stabbing of ? brother of the dead man, named liohert Ferguson, returned a verdict that William Pi rguson came to his death at tiie hands of .lohn Bell. colored, win. did It In self-defense. John Bell and William M issi. . both colored, who were charged by the po I. wth the crime, were afterward re* leased from custdy. The.', win, not. i,av. to go through the formality of a preliminary hearing. The affair took i place August 31 last. The SchwarzschilJ Store Answers the popular demand. The most desirable articles for every occasion. SCIIWARZSCHILD BROS., Richmond's Leading Jewelers, Second and Broad Sts. THREE MEN STRUCK BY FREIGHT TRAIN Results in Death of Two and Third Probably Will Die. I Spqcla i to The "Times-Dispatch, 1 Wilmington, \. c, September o.? News reached Wilmington to-day of a fearful double und perhaps trlplo tragedy that oci urred tit B?lton, not far from this clt;.. yesterday morn? ing. The victims were l.. Beat, aged twenty: Claude Beal. aged seventeen, both whites, nod son "f A. I'. Beat, employed by the Waccama-w Lumber Company at Bolton, and a young ne? gro, David Green Tim three, return? ing homo late Saturday night, pre? sumably laid down lor a rest, with their heads too close to the tracks of the Atlantic Const Line, and n pass? ing train hit them, Instantly killing I.. Boal by crushing his h.-ad to a nu!t> and fracturing the skull of I : i : le Boal, w ho died yesterday af? ternoon, and seriously Injuring tho negro It IS thought the lott.-r also will die. It Is not thought that the L-ngincer of th- train knew when h?i struck tlu-m. as the only train that could have caused the accident wa/i a t: sl freight from Wilmington, ami It d! i not stop at or n<>ar BoltOn, but rushed right on through tho town. in l iH of mental despondency, caused, It Is said, by the Illness of his wife. Getano Paul, a young white man. liised excitement in the down street district by sliding down a rope from the fourth story of the Purcell Hotel and then falling about ten feet. ii? was uninjured, so made for the riv? er nearby. Into which be jumped with ..'.! his elothes on. He was picked up by a boat and arrested, hut later was liberated upon th-- appearance of his brother, who took him in charge, fully explaining his mental state. 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