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Gash In Advance
THESE ARE THE WONDER
THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS.
WAMTEl?, A YOUTl?. 16 TO 13 YEARS
ofW, for oftlco vrork, AddresH, In own
lia?awrltlng and niutio. references. P. O,
WAmi?D, a coiiOiusn man as qah?
denet to go to Wurm Sprillare, Va., ta
etteiil to the iranien ani. ?uTjo vegeta-?
p?os tor the hotel. Apply to H. Wj
WOO?, at Wood's Seed Store. 113 Mali
WANT??D, COl-ORttD HOY TO-WOB
in balber shop. Apply at. 2500 E. Dro
YOl/NO MEN '.EVERYWHERE, CO
letters, lionio evenings, V weilt. ?
addressed envelope for partlcuf'
MANAGER, Dept. W, 9S, Box ?W"
Bdelphln, I'd. _
WANTED?. TWO BiHLKRMAI*?:
food watros; steady employment. ,?.}.
O TIIH ???7G?1530? A^Jjl
WORKS, SaJlvllle. Va. ?_
kWANTEDj TO EMPLOY Ml ?Cn?
ability and Rood address; asfroc" 553
remunerative position. Only j "?.,
energy need npiily. AddrcflD r"
?91. city. '__
WANTED. A BOY ABOUT 1G. fc*? 95
ase to learn shirt outline1 ???m
bright anil intelligent nndlY "??;,!.''
to work: good opportunity fiJ|?.VB
boy. Call Room 17, Times "alnt
WANTED, FIRST-CLASS-"^ C??"
for private family out o.'V1'. gi?r
wares to rlirht party. A; " ?? iu??
?18 E^ Broad.__-?_
XN" ESTABLISHED CE? T?f ?225
Company desires the rer* ?' ^?"^
often maniiRor; compens" ?T-ry ?p,?i
annum; highest reierenS?lulre?:and
glvon; opportunity of a ?m,? ??rv?-?ht
party. Address ''s CEI?'? B?x 24S4?
Battle Creok, Mich. _
YOUNG MAN, WHO .? ?*?/?? EX"
perlonco on desk, can :? lJn*dt\M":
eral work on Rnsteritern?3n?an X!
send samples of worl?0,n,n5L?ua,A1"
cntlons; good clinnce ,a i1"311^?. M\
dress QUALIFICATP? care thla of?
WANTED. FIFTY ? ??11 ???}? m
West Virginia; poo^',10, r|Kh? ?el>?
Apply :it No. 21iT S.lr(1? from 9:3? A.
M. to 1 G. M._
WANTED, LOCO?IVB. MACHIN
ISTS for rallrond a,??0lwJBffs?^d
full Information l.3flre!iirF? S. HOFF
MASTER. Capo Oea- ??~_
WANTED, BRIO INTELLIGENT
BOYS, not afr??1v,'9rlt. f0'' bIotq
and office, to 1>. ">?'r. ? ? mes and
address nt ???t"'!'" ?nmlFreo J*"
ployment Burea?00"1 17? Times Eld?:.
.VANTED, BY ???3 MARYLAND LIFE
Insurance Company, two Special Agents
to H-ork in tho tobnooo irootlon of Vir?
ginia under particularly valuable oou
tniets. Addre?;. wIUl roforonoo?, WIL?
LIAM?' a. ?LAirriTORD, Mnnnsor of
Ap?llele?, Homo (jfTloe, Baltimore, Md.
.VANTED, A COLORBD MAN ?T
driver for physiolan, Apply nt PEO
PI'K'S DRUG STORE, 8900 ?Wllllamsburg
WANTED; A COLORED ??? TO WORK
In a boarding-house morning and eve
nine; and drive a doctora buggy; board
furnished. Apply at once lo Mrs. J. 13.
flODDKS DOARDINO-HOU3E, No. 817
West Main Stroct, city.
WANTED-DISTRICT MANAGER FOR
Riohmond and vicinity, for the largest
mutual health and nooldont insurance
company In the United Statos; lots o?
(rood territory outsldo of Richmond for
the right mon. Address P. 11. Van D??
sen, Detroit, Mich.
DR LYON'S SANITARY TEA AND
Corleo Maker; Just patented; fits any
pot; suves coffoe. Agents easily clear ti
daily; 60?. sample 25c Send now. Dr,
LYON. Pek?n, 111.
WANTED, LADIES, ALSO MEN. TO
copy letters at home and roturn to US|
good pay: strictly genuine. Address
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURINO CO..
B. Cleveland. O.
SALESMAN WANTED TO SELL VAR
nlshe to dealors and factories. Jap-a
lac, .ne great colored floor varnish; sells
on sight Address the QL1DDEN VAR?
NISH CO., 114 John St., New York city.
WANTEdTp?s?t??N ~AS WATCHMAN
or willing to make myself generally ubo
ful'i cannot undertake very heavy work
Address S. H. WATCHMAN; care this
IP YOU NEED A GOOD ACCOUNTANT
and first-class double-entry book-keeper,
with ?-1 refoncee, that will work for
less limn hie merits, address W? 401 W.
Malsj Street. _
WANTED?A POSITION BY A SOBER.
Industrious young mnn, not afraid of
work. Can furnish reference. Have
had two years' exporlenco in hardware
business: five years' experience In mill?
ing. Address F. R. Mitchell, No. 103
North Seventh Street.
er (married) desire* position about
March 1st; Ixest of rororonoes en to
ability and charaotor, Address "D,,"
SIS N. Ninth Street.
WANTED, POSITION ?T WATCHMAN,
or willing to malte myeulf genomi)}'
useful; oannot undortake very heavy
work. Address S. II. WATCHMAN,
EXPERIENCED OFFICE MAN AND
stenographer wants position; references
, strictly first-class. Address "JONES,"
caro this offloo.
MAN WITH M YEARS' EXI'EKIENCE
as machinist desires position; best rcf
eteincee furnished. Address W, F. S.,
care this office.
WANTED, POSITION AS BOOTv-KEEP
or; experlanced and con furnish good
references. Address BOOK-KEEPER,
caret this office.
WANTED, POSITION AS WATCHMAN
by good reliable man; ?rst-clasB city ref?
erence. Address A B? 17 North Seven?
WANTED, A TEACHER TO ????
charge of a public school the drat of
February; can get good board.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, WASHER
and Iraner. Apply US North Morris
WANTED, A COI.OUED GIRL TO
nurse two small children, must come
well recommended. Apply S03 E. Clay
LADIES EVERYWHERE, COPY LET
tera home evonlngs, and return to us;
we pay J20 thousand, cauli; now plan;
etoady work. Send addressed envelope
full particulars. GUARANTEE CO.
Dept. W, US, Philadelphia.. Pa.
LADIES TO DO PLAIN SEWING AT
home; steady work; good pay; materials
sent everywhere free. Bend addressed
envelope for particulars. DU PONT,
Dept. W, DS, Lock Box 13S2, Philadel?
PLAIN WRITERS EVERYWHERE,
spare time evenings, !9.Fi<) week; steady
liomo work. Self-addressed envelope
full particulars. MANAGER, Dept. W,
PS, Box 1411, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED. 2 YOUNG LADIES FROM
Church Hill for dry goods nrid notion
store. DRY GOODS ? NOTIONS, care
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK. WASH
and Iron. Apply 311 N. Eleventh Ptreet,
WANTEJD; AT.ONCB; BETTLET) WHITE ',
WOMAN to cook and clean for family
of 'three adults; no coloreo people on
lot; HO wnshlni; ?rood homo; good wagoa
to right poison; must I.ivo drst-olai??
reforonoe. Address P. II., Room 17,
YOUNO LADY WISHES POSITION' IN
orfico; la usporleno?d In filing, copying
nini nil kinds of ottico work. Address
N., euro this office.
WANTED, A POSITION AS SOLICITOR I
or colteotor by lady of experience; good I
references. Address L, P, O. Box 47,
A GOVERNESS AVANTS A PLACE IN I
a family to teach; no music; alno will?
ing to be otherwise useful; beat refer?
ence. Miss U. T., 121 E. Main Street,
WANTED-BY YOUNG LADY' WITH
good knowledgo of book-keeping and
?omo experience as stenographer, posi?
tion ns stenographer or assistant book?
keeper. Address "E. T, C," caro of
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
stenographer; experience and best ref?
erences; would work for small salary.
Address M. J. M., care Times-Dispatch,
WANTED?? POSITION AS TEACHER'
In private family; small children pre?
ferred; qualifications English and mu?
sic; would bo willing to assist In sew?
ing; I er:ns very reasonable; can ?jive
beat of references. ? ? ?, Sutton,
Buckingham county, Vn.
WANTED. LADIES' NURSING TO DO;
terms very reasonablo. Address or ap?
ply to Mrs, LI/.y.lB GREEN, No. 3942
Wllllamsburg Avenue, city,
WANTED SEWING OF ANY' KIND OR |
any work that ran be done i<t homo
Address SEAMSTRESS, care Boom 17,
A LADY" STENOGRAPHER AND TYPE
wrlte-r, with Ilvo years' experience in
office work, desires temporary or per?
manent position. Address "KDUCA
TION." care Remington Typewriter Co.,
706 East Main Street, city.
WANTED-A REFINED YOUNG LADY
desires a position to teach small chil?
dren the usual English branches, Ad?
dress Miss M. C, Gays, Va.
WANTED, rWO OR THREE TATlIiE
HOARDERS. Apply 4M B. Mnln Street
WANTED, YOUNG MEN OU MARRIED
couple to occupy sunshiny tlilrd-ntory
ROOM) terms mod?r?t?, Special torme
to young mon: table board, Apt'
FOR SALE?PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY:
bost li cation on Broad Street: one of
the licet paying studios In the oltyj
splendid chanco for pnrty seeking a big
imyhiK Investment. Call or address
MELVILLE DANIELS. Room 17, Times
BOARDING AND LIVERY STABLES.
HAVING LEASED THE PREMISES
known as tlio Temple Hoarding Stables
1 am having lb? New Madison Htiibles.
on Madison Street; alno tin former
Templa Stuhles, JefTnnson and Rroad
StreotB enlarged to suit the convenience
of my patrons, I shn.l conduct < first
olass llvory utablo business. Hoarding
of favorito horses and storage o? ve?
hicles, will be n special feature. ")ur
entrons will receive every attention!
I, D. Kay, Proprietor, old "phonis
1458 and 708.
CREAM PURES, JELLY ROLLS, ETC!.
SPECIALS?POLKA ROLLS, WELL
filled cream puffs, Snowballs; Jelly rolls,
fille** with the finest currant Jolly.
'Phono ir> your orcer. "Will bo Johnny
on tho spot." E. Perklnson, Baiter, No,
421 North Sixth Street.
mmsssm ?. . m _u ? ?
FOR SALE-DRUG STORE." ' ? STAB?
od twenty years; stock and fixtures; ISO)
oasi ? ; good reasons for selling. Address
Lode Box 167, Berkley, Va.
FOR SALE??G? NDSOME BOLTD MA
hogany Wardrobes; Tables; Sideboards,
etc.; Antiques of every description; rea
Bonablo. C. E. LYDA, 410 West Main
Street. Old 'phono 2507.
FOR RENT?FIRST FLOOR FLAT. 4
connecting rooms; newly papered, with
range and use of bath. Apply B09Vi N.
Fifth Street (second floor).
WANTED. TO LET A NICELY FUR
hlslied ROOM and good table BOARD
for couple lu a small private family;
olso single room for gentleman; first
door. No. EOO East Grace Street.
FOR SALE-WILL SELL BARGAINS TO
quick- purchasers, FARM, SW acres,
with buildingsl well established busi
neun stand and farm of 14l> actes, 30
miles west of Richmond. P, M., Jef?
ferson, Powhntnn county, Vn.
WANTED,; TO ? EIA S. C. ? ROWN LEO
horn PULLETS; Just commenced to lay,
COo, eni'li; nlsii several gonnlne Barred?
Hnck COCK UELS. Apply No. 1026 W
FOR SALE-ONE RTANDINO DESK
one Revolving S tool, three office Chairs,
one letter Pre??! new nnrt second-hamd
Safe?, nil hIzoh; prices ? nil terms
suit customer. R. I,. BARNES SAFE
R- LOGIC CO., No. USI 13, Main fltrei
G~' '" C. E. ?YDA
(F. D. FURNITURE DOCTorO
NO. 4W WEST MAIN STREET,
All kinds of Furniture, both old und
new successfully treated; broken legs,
nrins or bucltn set In neat, scientific
manner, Internal Injuries of every de?
scription radically cured; bruises and
scrntohes healed nnd nil external Im?
perfections removed; restoring even th"
oldest Furniture to perfect youth and
beauty; charges rr.Tsonnbe; consulta?
tion free. Office hours 7 A. M. to C P.
M. Old 'phone 2iiOT.
?G?? CREAMS, ALL COLORS, TO OR
der itt Knempf's.
NUT TAFin?^T^l^UDOEr PHILADIDL*
phla Caramels. Chocolates, Don-Bons
and endless variety of other good
TELEPHONE MANCHESTER PAPER
Twlno Co. If you have any old papers,
eorlodlcals or books of nny kind. They
FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE
room apply to Richardson &. Chap
pell, No. G?1 AVoHt Main Street (Bolvi
C. C, LEVY, NO. 541 BROOK AVENUE,
makes Mattresses, Cushions and Slip
Covers ? order. Bell 'phono lOfitt.
SALTED PECANS, SALTED ALMONDS
at Knempf'n, Mta. ? pound,
MORPHINE, LAUDANUM AND LT
ntior habits permanently and painlessly
curtid at home; no detention finni busi?
ness; notion Immediate; leaves patient
In natural, healthy condition without
destra for drugs, Cure gunrnntcod for
01 ?? Wrlto for particulars. Dr. LONG
? '' iMPANYj Atlanta, Go,
OLD PASHIONE? ; MOLASSES iTAPFY
POULTRY, BIRDS, ETC.
INCUBATORS, BROODERS, FANCY
Poultry and Poultry .Supplies; cata?
logue, frei?. FA NCI KUH' SUPPLY CO.,
?1, and 510 Woet Broad Street.
$21.? buys "the New" iugrest
frn.de four-drawer, drop head, oak cab.
net Genuina Singer Sowing Machino:
120 for the Now Home nr Domestic; $21
for the White; Standard, ?*??: Wheeler
& Wilson. $21; Minnesota. $15.20; Btirdlck,
I15.?S; Seroco, SS.05. For rre,; sewing
machino catalogu? and most liberal fro?
trial offer eut ont and mnll this notice
to BEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Chicago.
WANTED, YOUNG MEN OR MAR
rled couple to occupy sunshiny third.?
story ROOM. Apply nt 210 S. Third.
WHY-BURN OLD ROOICS AND PA~
pers? 'l'ho Manchester Paper Twine
Co. buys them. New 'phono 1171.
WANTED. UUTLDIN? CONTRACTORS
to know I am In position to fumy,h
Blind and do hauling of all klndti at short
notice. Old 'phone 1320, H. S, URBAN.
WANTEDJ TABLE BOARDERS AT 219
S. Third Street; special low terms to
young men ami women.
CALL UP ?? I ? MANCHESTER PAPER
Twine Co.. new 'phono 1171; They will
buy your old books and papers of every
WANTED, OCCUPANTS FOR ROOMS;
with board; also occupants for room
for four or six weeks; 201 East Frank?
LEFT ON COUNTElf IN MILl??Pa?
Rhonda' basement, black Silk UM
1IRELLA, with silver topped handle
Reward If returned to C. O. SAVILLB
nt City Hall.
Mr. White^d Offers Impor?
tant flsure Affecting
Hon. Johrr,l,tehcA<1? oi Norfolk city,
yesterday /ei1 ln ?,? House a bill of
much pubm,crest on the subject of
libel, d?fit/' the offence and providing
piuilsluno/or tno ?'?me. The bill,
which Is JtlcnJly the law now in forco
In Northjrollna, provides that before
nowsp?poaro Proceeded against for
libel, du/Uo? shall be given, and If It
nppe'ars '*? the article was printed ln
good faith"-' tho error ?\-03 an hon'st
ono an1?1-' public apology has boon
made, 1 defondant shall r?celvo only
one ceni a criminal prosocutlon, and ln
civil af3 the damages awarded shall
be onljUcl1 ns luxvo uctuallr resulted.
The bplso makes It a msdomeiuior
for ancrson to furnish llbe'ous matter
to ???'1?01'3? The bill reals as fol?
Be reacted by the Genera Assembly
of VIA'?. That before any iroceedlngs,
elthi*?0*! or criminal, shall be brought
forlibllentlon In a newspaper or perio?
dici? this state of. a libo, tho plaintiff
orjbsccutor shall at leas flvo days bo-,
fofinstituting such prcoedlngs servo?
nc/e In writing on tho [?fendant or do
iafints, specifying the article and tho
etements there? v/hichno alleges to bo
fob and defamatory. J it shaJl appear
un tho trial that saldartlclo was pub
llied In good faith, tbt Its falsity was
dl to an honest mls'lco of tho facts,
(5 that th?ro were iasqnablo grounds
?? believing that tho tat?mente,? in said
?ilele'wore truo, a^ that within ton
A's after tho servis of said notice a
ll and fair corroctn, apology and re?
faction was publlsld In tho same edl
?>ns of correspond?)' Issues of the nows
per or periodical" which said article
ipenrcd, nnd In ? conspicuous pinco
?nd type as was sn'original article, then
(he plaintiff In su' ?;?=?. If a civil ac?
tion, shall reoove.only actual damages,
/and if in ? cri min proceeding a verdict
lof "guilt}?" shall'O rendered on such a
state of facts, ? defendant or defen?
dants shall 1)???? a penny and the
costs, and no >ro: Provided, this aot
shall not apply/ existing suits.
Section 2. Than>' person who states,
delivers or traf1"?15 u>' nny means what?
ever to tho mrK?r? editor, publisher, or
reporter of ?/newspaper or periodical
for publlca.tl?' therein any falso and
llbelous state;311 concerning any person
or corporate ?nd thereby socuros the
publication ?tha Bama? slm11 be ?ullty
. fc=_ =====
A .BUILT LAWYER.
FoThnt Put Him Right.
It is ?a-'*0 correct the bad effect of
vrong etp lf on0 w111 ??*?? ,l ft 1??('?
thought, clontlfla food la Just as pleas?
ant to / Palato, and in tho caso of
Orape-N? 'B moro delicious than im?
proper G mld " makes a world of
diff?rer/'" nealth and spirits.
"SonV,rco months ngo," writes Mr.
P! L. p,,or3? ot Boston, Mass., "I suf?
fered f'w>' vlth indigestion; sil kinds
of fo|fl'stl'e3S0d me; sometimes I had
a foot of suffocation about tho heart,
especA' ^ night My sleep was broken
an(11st flesh rapidly.
,,r "riuionced using flrapc-Nuts and
the, ,ef| from Indigestion was almost
%, Atei and in a short time entirely
dl (.ari': my heart resumed Its nor
n,n?(ondion nnd I attribute the cure
i well-Mown lawyer of this city told
J that hisufferod from excessive ner
Juness, <d before 'entering the court
Join to tra case was obliged to resort
? stlmulnf- I urged him to try Cmpe
futs, whl ho did with nlmost mar
/elous resto: he not only gained flesh,
?tit tho nt'ousness left, nnd his former
/strength fi confidence returned,
"I nm oYlnced that Orape-Nuts gives
strength? tho body and vigor to tho
brain? I*" worthy of the highest praise
and I V cheerfully answer nil lettore
B6cklnsn?ur,na"?" In regard to tho
food." ?lomomlior Qrapo-Nuts food is
most /""B-tlenUy not a medicatoli food
In Olir''86 o? "10 term;,It Is modo of
wheafW barley by scloi'itlflo processes
and f0ll'y reason It helps our? pooplo
Is th noy 'iult improper food and take
? fj In which the strong brain and
neryu tiding elomonts of Nature's
fe?rtlllru l,re8ery?d and presented to the
?KjJve machiuory In ? form that can
?tP^y. ?"A surely, AJsestoJ,
of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction
shall bo fined not less than $20 nor more
Section 3. This net ehall not apply to
anonymous communications and publica?
Section 4. All acts or parts of acta In
conflict with this act are hereby rop:u.led.
Section 5. This not shall be in forco
from its passngo.
DIRECTORS TO MEET
Matters connoctod with the coming
musical festival will bo considered at a
meeting of the Board of Directors of the
Wednesday Club at the Commonwealth
Chili tills, evening.
Tito Important questlors to bo settled
aro tho selection of artists and an or?
chestra and tha adoption of a pro?
yn.'l experience tenches that the Club
?will choose the very best.
1 With the ??ailroads \
Mr. E. W. La Beaume, general passen?
ger ngont of the Cotton Belt Routo, was
In tho city yostorday In company with
Messrs. ?. H. Button, with headquarters
In Chattanooga, and ?. B. Balrd. of At
lnnlu, both of whom are traveling pas?
senger agents for the same system. The
gentlemen called at the different local
railroad offices on friendly visits and in?
cidentally tu tho hopo of securing busi?
ness for their company. They will go
from here to Washington.
Mr. H. W. Fuller, of Washington, gen?
eral passenger agent tor the Chesapeako
and Olilo, was In the city yesterday In
conferenco with President Stevens and
other officials of the company.
Travollng Freight Agent II. C. Craig, of
tho Missouri-Pacific, with headquarters In
Washington, spent yesterday In Rich?
The congestion of traillo on the Ches?
apeake and Ohio In West Virginia has
been relloved, and it was reported yes?
terday that everything was moving along
nicely, fuel from tho coal mines being
handled with rapidity.
From an authoritative source It was
leurned yesterday that a mammoth tlo-up
on tho Pennsylvania and Erie Railroad?
In the vicinity of Pittsburg la Imminent,
In tho event of which the Intenso suffer?
ing in tho East and North from tho lack
of fuel will bo materially uugmented. Tho
threatened congestion is duo to tho great
number of cars which have been sent Into
this torrltory for tho purpose of hand
lire tho output of'the coal mines.
The Executive Committee of the Order
of Railway Telegraphers, the members of
which have been In tho city for eomo
timo past for tho pi.rposo of taking up
ilio inattor of lncronso in pay for the
teJographors on tho Chesapeake and Ohio,
had a conferenco with General Managor
Doylo In his olllce yosterday morning in
roferonco to tho matter. The prlnclpnl
point of tho argument was that other
railroads had advanced tho wages of
their omployes, and that In vlow of tho
equal labor and tho advanced cost of liv?
ing, tho employes of tho Chesapeake and
Olilo see no ronson why tliey should bo
Mr. Doyle hna taken tho matter Into
consideration and will givo an answer pos?
sibly In two days. In the meantime tho
committee of tho tolegrnphers will roinnln
In session, with Ford's Hotel as ita head?
The work of double-tracking the Rich?
mond, Froderlcksburg and Potomno Rail
read is progressing ns rapidly as possible,
and it is thought that tho two tracks may
be used before many more months. A
largo nuinbor of mon aro ut work on tho
I'C-ad, which Is being groatly improvod
at a vast outlay of money. -?
It is rumored that J. M. Thomas, gen?
era, foreman and, master mocha.nl?.) of tho
Chesapeako and Ohio shops at Bluofleld,
will bo transferred to tho west-end shops
at Roanoko. It Is understood that lie will
be succeeded, by 11, h\ Staloy, of Kenova.
II, M. Smith has roslgnod as route agent
for tho Southern Express Company to ao
cept tht position of cenara! ngont at At?
lanta, Go,, for tho same company, and,
?ccompanled by Mrs, Smith, loft yester?
day for his now homo. He Is succeeded
In Blueiieid by Mr, Egglestoa, of Ports?
mouth, Ohio, -
THEY FOUGHT ON
Prominent Southwest Virginia
Men Engage in an En?
counter Near Blueileld.
(Speelnl to Tho Tim^a-Diepntch.)
IBLCHFIELD, W. VA.., Jan. 27.?A sen?
sational light occurred, on a Norfolk und
Western passenger train this afternoon
betweon two of perhaps the best-known
business men in this section. The par?
ties to the troublo were B. B. Harding,
export accountant, with offices both In
this city and l".i Roanok?, and Roger
Martin, commission merchant and man
of affairs. Tho fight occurred between
this city and Graham, Va, and Imme?
diately after ti o train passed over tho
Stato line. Harding was severely beaten
and upon tho arrival of this train In this
city he was carried to the oillco of a
physician and his wounds dressed. The
trouble Is said to have been the result
of an Insulting letter written by the In?
jured man to another party, containing
a reflection on tho character of Mr. Mar?
tin. Harding is dangerously wounded.
Much Progress Being Mado in This
Jefferson Grovo Druids met'for the last
time In Powell's Hall last night, and
hereafter will meet in Springfield Hall,
Twenty-sixth and Main Streets.
Virginia Gro>re, No. 15, also moets on
Tuesdays at 8 P. M., at Westham Hall,
Laurel and Cnry; whllo this is a young
grove, Its moutlngs aro always vory Jn
torestlng and lnrgely attended.
This evening at 8 P. M. Jefferson Cir?
cle, No. 1 (tho ludies lodge), will meet
at Springfield Hall. This c'.rclo was only
organized last Wednesday by District
Deputy Supreme Arch J. B. Metzger, and
It has now about one hundred members.
Tho ofllcers will be Installed nt this meet?
ing and a very largo meeting Is expect?
Bclvldere, No. 24, also meets on Wed?
nesday at Belvidere Hall, and the moot?
ing promlsos to be ivory interesting and
On Thursday at 8 P. M. Myrtle, No. 19.
will meet at Ellett's Hall and adjourn
Immediately eo tliat the Grand Grove
Virginia can hold Its stpeolnl session to
adopt its new constitution and by-laws.
This will bo a large meeting and every
x ast Arch In Virginia Is expected to
On Friday at 8 P. M. Monroe, NO. 1,
will rnoet at Concordia Hall, and will
have one of Its usual largo meetings.
Next Monday, February 2d, at S P.
M. Liberal, No. 2, will celebrate Its slxty
eoventh anniversary with a. grand ball at
? ffiarton ?fe/pAis. ?j
Services will bo held at tho Methodist
Church to-night at 8:15 o'clock, conductod
by tho pastor, Rev. L. C. Mooro, .
Mr, Branch, of Old Church, Hanover
county, who line beo-i vlstllng friends on
tho Heights, has roturncd homo.
Mr, II, Lee RagUnd, of Washington,
In visiting at the home of Mr. W. L
Mrs. J. E. SohlBsler and clilU loft yes?
terday for Bui Umore.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Deltrlck Schwartz has left
for York county, Pa,, to attend the fu
noral of hl9 sister.
??G?. James Chalkloy hns roturnod to his
home In Alexandria, after a visit to Mr.
Charles P. Jone-s.
Mr. Herbert Chtsholm, who has been
visiting at the home of Rev. C, P, Scott,
has returned to Louisa.
Mr. Ben Trico has returned to hla homo
at Flanagan Mill, Cumberland county,
after a visit to Mr. Madison Flanagan.
Mr. J. Gans loft yesterday on a busi
noes trip to Now York.
Mr. John H. Peters, of Norfolk, who
hna boon visiting Mr. It. C. Smith, of
Brook Hill, has roturnod home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of North Avenue,
will leavo In ? few days for Washington
on a short visit,
iir, Allen Williams, of Moadow Bridge
Roed, left yesterday for Baltimore to
visit friends and relatives.
Miss Carrie Gray, who has been visit?
ing at Brookland Park, has returned to
Miss Annie Oarllon, of Ladles' aillo
Road, Is quite sick with pneumon?a.
Miss Nellie Wade, of Hampton, is vis?
iting Mrs. Smlthers, of Ladles' Milo
Miss Mary Vaughn, who has been vis?
iting her sister, of Miller Avcnuo, has
roturncd to her home ln Frederlcksburt;,
Miss Mary Hanklotfl, of Raleigh, N. C,
Is visiting friends on tho Hermitage
Miss Jessie Lawrence, of Maidens, is
the guest of friends on Luck Afvenue.
Miss Ella. Thorpe, who has been visit?
ing Miss Esther Feather, of Brooklnnd
Tarlc, hns returned to Dumbarten.
Miss Mabel Ellis, who has been very
sick at her homo on North Avenue, Is
Mr. Roy Anderson, who has' been vls
) Ring his parents In Brooklnnd Park, lias
returned to his homo In Blncksburg.
Mrs. Hill, of Lakeside, expects friends
from Roonoke next week.
Miss Salile Seay, of Lorraine, Is visit?
ing frlonds and relatives in Brookland
Misa Alice Peyton, of Meadow Bridge
Road, has left for Portsmouth, Va? to
visit her friend. Miss Mary Duncan.
Mrs. Calvin Satterfield has returned
homo from Campbell, Albemarle county,
whore she went on account of the Ill?
ness of her mother, Mrs. R. Lindsay Wal?
Mrs. Smith, of FOrmvllle, is visiting
her mother, Mrs. E. R. Witt, o? Brook
Rev. Frank Wells, of Ashland, was the
guest of Rev. L. C. Mooro yesterday.
The next business meeting of tho Ep
worth. League will bo hold nt tho resi?
dence of Mr2. W. IT. H. Kidwell, of Bar?
ton Avenue, the second Tuesday In' Feb?
Miss Goldle Dickens is quite sick at her
home In Brookland Park.
Mr. Frank Clayton, of New Kent coun?
ty, Is the gueat of Mrs. George P. Harri?
son, of Brook Road.
Mr. Walter Staley, who hns been vis?
iting friends In Brookland Park, has re?
turned to his home In Raleigh, N. C.
Miss Mattio Nelson, of King and
Queen, is tho guest of the Misses Rich?
ardson, of Brook Road.
Miss Chinatili, of Ladies' Mile Road,
who has boon quite sick. Is considered
There wsb a delightful surprise party
tendered Miss Sadie Pr?fer, No. 3012}
Leigh Street, last Friday evening by h<>r
friends. Games were Indulgid In until
about 12 o'clock. Among those present
wore Misses Lllllo VVallace, Susie Ovi.-r
by, Sndlo Prtifor, Jennie Gllllam, Carrlo
Ford, Lelia Parkinson, Daisy Clator. Al?
ma Pr?fer, Eva Wallace, May B. Wal?
lace; Me.-srs. Dorsey Kelley. Louis Rock,
Percy Jackson, William Daniel, Willie
Elms, John Crawford, John Conner, John
Clator, Charles Winters.
J. P. Slmmerman, of Wyiho county. Is
ln the city, stopping at the Lexington,
where he will bo for about two weeks.
Keep the system Ja perfect orde:
by the occasional use of Tutt'e
Liver Pills. They regulate the
bowels and produce
A Vigorous Body
For sick headache, malaria, bil
ionsnes?, constipation and kindred
iiseascfl an nbeolute cur. i.
TUTT'S UYER PULS?
THE ONLY ALL-RA?L LINE TO
. . TRAINS . .
... DAILY.. .
9:00 A. M. 3:00 P. ?.
0:56 P. ?.
LEAVES RICHMOND 9:00 A. M.
ARRIVES NORFOLK 11:20 A. M.
LEAVES RICHMOND 3:00 P. M.
ARRIVES NORFOLK 5:20 P. M.
THESE TWO FAST TRAINS
run solid from Byrd Street
Union Station, Richmond,
into the Norfolk & Western
depot, Norfolk, without
change of cars.
TICKET OFFICES: Byrd Street Union Station ; Richmond Transfer Co., 819 Main Street
Murphy's Hotel and The Jefferson, and OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, 838 MAIN STREET.
JNO. E. WAGNER,
City Pass, and Ticket Agent.
C. H. BOSLEY.
District Passenger Agent.
I <y& the 7Jhcatres, !
A romance written around that quaint
period ln our history when old New Am?
sterdam was rapidly shifting ita allo
wianco from English to Dutch and back
again; when buccaneers roamed tho main
and portly burgher? smoked long pl|ios
und idled the broad sword with equal
j unction. Is tho tluxno of the play which
I Sidney li. Ellis has given to that well
I graced, singing comedian, Al. li. Wilson,
who appears ut tho Academy this after?
noon ?uid to-night. Tho Prince of Tat?
ters Is un Austrian prlnco who, having i
had tho misfortune to kill a countryman
' In a duel. Is exiled, and. In search of n.d
; venture nnd his brido, from whom ho hns
i bean separated by a scheming uncle, he'
! arrives incognito ln the English-Dutch
? colony of the now world. Ho falls In with
' a band of buccaneers who aro planning
: to assassinate the English governor. He
! seizes the horso of one of the buccaneers,
\ rides f nun the pirates! caveto Port Georg?
?New Amsterdam, und warns the governor
? of his danger.- Ho recognizes In tlio gover?
nor's guest his lost bride, whom her
crafty uncle Is trying to marry off to Ilio
| governor's son. In gratitude-, however,
to tho Prince of Tatters for his timely
warning, the crusty old governor himself
with an appreciation of tho romance,
promptly calls off nil machinations of the
villainous undo and restores Lady Helen
to her ?young husband, who has followed
her across the seas.
Tho Bijou Comedy Company returns
to tho Bijou next week in Hoyt's great
play, "? Texas Steer." It Is a, political
Batir?, ami when asked which of his plays
ho thought tho best, tho dramatist novel'
failed to answer "? Texan .Steer."
Tim pleon lias boon superbly mounted,
th?! new sceiiei?}' bullt ou the. Bijou, and
every costumo used lu tho picco Is aleo
now, Tho play had a very successful
career In Washington, and Is playing)
this week to capacity houses ln Norfolk.
Tini seats aro now on aulo.
Tho HIJou Theatre OHtabllHhcd a new
rnatineo rooord yesterday ufiomoou with
tlio JtosH-Fouton show. The house was
crowded In every part, and evory aisle
was crowded with those who came too
lata tu secure seats. Tho fact Is not re
uiarkalils when It it? known that tho very
best vaudeville bill that has pee? noun
in this city in now running its course at
tlio cozy Broad ? tree t Tlioat ru. There Is
irut a weak spot In It. It Is headed by
Rose and Button, the well known bur
li-liquor?!, and contains six other uotit,
ull ut the '"ad of their class.
There nro twu exceptionally bright and
clover eketche? of tint farcical variety,
at rattling, musical tarn witk tho xylo- ,
phones, playlug popular marches and
other stirring airs; a. Hebrew parodisi
who Is delightfully unctuous, a Japanese
Wire act that Is tho most blood-curdling
exhibition of norvo over seen here, a
negro specialty, and last, but not least,
a spectacular feature, entitled "Tho
Bridegroom's Reverie," in a series of ex?
quisito pictures and heart touches.
Richmond: Dr. J. IF". Bright to Henry
S. Walierstein, 18 feet on ???a? Sl.tet.
southwest corner Foushee Siro'.?'., ?fl.COO.
Weyniouth E. Grayson to 12. M. Fester,
20 feet on south side Marshall Street,
between First and Adams, f2,;i?.
Guarantee Building, Loan and Trust Co.
to William A. Robinson, 18 feet north sido
Leigh Street, No. 1106 west. il.i.V).
Truman A. Parker to W. I?;, and 11, L.
Terry, US S-15 feet on west sido
Third Street, "34 1-12 feet north of
W. II. Zimmerman and wife to ,1ns.
W, Allison's executors, "7 8-1'J feet on
north side Broad Street, lilO lj-iu foot
east of Fourth Street, SlS.500.
Henrlco: Granito Building Company to
George A. Phillips, 41 2-12 feet on west
sido Fifth Avenuo, Chestnut Hill. Sleali.
Among Colored Workers.
Religious services for tho colored errr?
ployes cf tho Richmond Locomotive
Work? wcro hold yesterday at noun dur?
ing dinner hour at that place, under the
auspices of tho City Evangelical Com?
Tho exerclsos consisted of singing,
prayer and a. short sermon by Dr. 55, D.
Lewis, pastor of tho Second African
Church, of tills city.
lit Is ? ho expressed Intention by the
committee to hold theso mootlnge dally
for tho benefit of tlwu laboring element
which Is not In touch with the churches.
?Many of tho colored pastors havo slg
nll'.ed tholr willingness to servo In these
President limit ?rig lit bus returned to
collego nfter a pleasant visit to Bucking?
ham, his native county,
Mr. S. is. Bragg lias sutllclontly re?
covered from his recent Illness tu eniiblu
him to return tu ciliege.
The Rich nu,ml Collego Dramatic Club
Chill?. Fever, und Grippe, A powerful ?
Tonio and Appetizer. Try It for? your
strtuii?B, f?muli botti? C-vici large ?Ir? ti.
for tho liberal patronage bestowed open
uh during tho past year, and hope by
strictly BUSINESS methods and foie
dealing to merit a continuance of some.
We would llko very much to call you*
attention to our
Wo are making a specially of catering),
and would bo pleased to make "an <jt(
mato for your next reception. Let us da
your work. Wo can save you money.
Ill EAST MAIN.
In malting arrangements for a special
drama to bo rendered in tho spring.
PICKETT CAMP FOR
STATUE OF GEN .LEE
I Georg? 1:7 PIckett Camp held Its reg.
iilnr meeting Monday. Commander P.
'!?. Wlnulun presiding.
Thu attendance of members was tin.
usually large and miu veteran who Is an
Invalid, not being ublo to walk, put In hia
appearance. This was Comrade ?Unirne
und all were delighted to ?,eo him. Mr,
Bourne caino in his wheelchair .end wui
lifted up tho Steps by-friends.
Whether or not It was advisable to of.,
fer tho statuo of ??? for Statuary Halt
was tho I'hlof question of tho evening
with the camp. While no resolution wn<
proposed, nearly every member of trig
camp expressed himself, and there wtu
not a dissenting voice, Bvery one wai
unanimous in thu opinion that nonu w>u
no warUiy as Lee for Ulis iiwwr.