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the cr?T?u? ceaiatav. new york crrv.
IS NOT IN FAVOR
OF THE CHAPLAINS
Religious Herald Not Inclined
to Aid In Getting "Jus?
tice" to Those in Navy.
Tho Religious Herald, tho organ of the
Baptists of Virginia, declines to grant tho
request of a number of Its constituents to
vso such Influence 03 It may havo with
the Virginia representatives ln Congress
to secure "Justice" for a number of Bap.
tlst? navy chnpIeinB.
Recently tho editora of the Herald have
heer In receipt of several communications
colling upon It to> take some action. Re?
- cent military legislation, It Is said, has
discriminated against Uie navy chaplains,
and the Herald Is asked to interest itself
ln tho matter. But the Herald declines to
do so, and states its reasons in no un?
certain fashion, declaring that thero is
a vast humliuggery about tho chaplain
business. Tho editorial says in part:
Now, thero havo been many noble chap?
lains?men who counted not their lives
dear unto themselves that they might
serve their comrades nnd honor their
Lord. And yet. In tho very nature of the
cose, tho chaplain ls an official of the gov?
ernment, and there'Is nothing which will
tako the heart out of religious service so
promptly/nnd effectively as the atmos?
phere arfu spirit of officialdom. There Is
vast humbuggery about this chaplain bus?
iness, certainly in . time of peace. All
sorts of political wires are pulled In order
to secure an appointment. Too frequently
men who have failed ln other directions
find comfortable hcrths ln these chaplain?
cies. The religious service which these
chaplans render ls too often merely for?
mal and perfunctory. Drop in at the
opening of either houso of Congress and
observe tho attendance at the opening
prayer. A few Senators or. Representa?
tives, as the case may be, standing list?
lessly and Inattentively, and a hastily
mumbled petition, to which no one seems
tu pay the least attention. Plainly, there
Is very llttlo heart In the business.
If wo did not have this governmental
meddling? with religion, the various reli?
gious' sects would gladly mako all needful
provision for the spiritual needs of sol?
diers and sailors, Senators and Represent?
atives. As a matter of fact, It Is truo
that the most vital and efficient religious
work done In our late war with Spain was
ione by voluntary organizations.
With theso views of the situation, wo
feel constrained to decline to' use any
Influence which wo might possibly have
tu secure any legislation which tends to
perpetuate tho chaplaincy business. It Is,
as wo bellovo, utterly unnecessary, inef?
fective, and In Its very essence subversivo
o? liberty of conscience.
People's Drug Store
Roal estate ls on a boom in Fulton at
the present time and a' number of pri?
vate sales have been made rocently. It
was stated yesterday that several hand?
some brick stores would bo erected on
Wllllamsburg Avenue next month. Sev?
eral stores are undergoing repairs at
A number of the young people ot Ful?
ton gave a pound party and soolable at
tho residence of Miss Ashes Crimes last
rilght for a oharltablo purpose.
Invitations were issued, stating that
the pounds wore for a very worthy fam?
ily, who wero ln distress, and the re?
sponse was very liberal.
Rov. C. W. Sheriff, of Chester, Penn?
sylvania, who has boon on a visit to his
father. Rov. O. W. Sheriff, of Varlna,
lias returned homo and will resume his
studios at Croiior Seminary,
Mr. John T. Neaglo Is Quite 111 at his
residence on Lester Street.
Mrs. Jamos T. Grant Is fil?le at her
residence on Nicholson Street.
Mrs. Chorlos E. Ilrdwn left Tuesday
afternoon for Cincinnati, Ohio, to visit
hor old homo, Mrs. Brown, will remain
several wooks with her mother, Mrs.
Captain J. M. Bryant left Tuesday for
Washington on a business irlp. It Is
rumored the National Cemetery, utiilor
Captain Bryant's supervision, will bo en?
larged shortly. The comotery la nearly
flllcd. several veterans of the Spanish
^morlcan War havo been Interred there
Miss Katlo Lambert entertained a num.
bor of hor friends op Monday night at
her residence on Graham Stroet.
Mrs. Harvey Buffln Is quite steli at her
Nitdeace on Louisiana Street
G. W. KOINER TALKS
Says Virginia Will Do Herself
Proud at the St, Louis
Hon. G. "W. K?lner, president of the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition of Vir?
ginia, when asked yesterday what Vir?
ginia would do at the Exposition, said:
"We propose to display ns extensively
0,1 tho npiicprlatlon will admit, tho real
resources of Virginia. While Virginia
reveres her past history from its very
dawn, from tho building on her shore
at Jamestown by the white man the
flm cabin, the first village, the first
church, the first State Capitol on this
contini nt. And from this llttlo colony
o? freo men have gono out millions
of her people until they have reached
tho shores of tho great ocean on the
west. But Virginia will meet and gTeet
her sister States at St. Louis In a great,
friendly contest, where she will be shown
as she Is to-day?her wealth In soil
and mine, in forest and factory. In trans?
portation facilities and markets, ln sa?
lubrity of climate, and unsurpassed ad?
vantage of location. She will show
that on her soil can be grown any prod?
ucts grown in the United States, except
tho tropical, and her great variety of
minerals, wood, grains, grasses, trucks,
vegetables, fruits, the finest ever shown;
tobacco, peanuts; the products of hor
rivers, bay and sea; manufactured prod?
ucts of great skill and magnitudo. These
exhibits will "show what Virginia ls to?
day, and the opportunities that Invite
tho homo seeker, the investor, tho miner,
where mountains of coal and ore and for?
est ore waiting development; the manu?
facturer, where he can secure thousands
of horse power from her streams that
aro now Idle.
"Tho live stock that Virginia will show
will give evidence of tho great oppor?
tunities offered now in Virginia to stock?
men. Her green fields are at tho door
of the eastern markets, and she has the
finest exporting port on her shore.
"We will show that In salubrity of cli?
mate, kindness of soil, facilities In trans?
portation and opportunities for Invest?
ment of capital, Virginia excels them
"les, Virginia will meet her children
thi re. who have wandered 'far from
home,' and invite them to come back as
wtary pilgrims to spend thedr best days
In the land of their fathers."
With muscles drawn and throbbing
with pain, and joints swollen, stiff and
tender, tbe rheumatic patient is as helpless
aud dependent as tbough bound band and
foot. No disease causes such, intense suf?
fering, such sharp, nerve-racking pains
as Rheumatism, aud this unfceliug mon?
ster, unless checked, crushes tbe strength
and hope of its victims.
When tbe system becomes infected with
Uric Acid and other like poisons they are
absorbed into the blood and lodged in tbe
muscles, joints nnd nerves. Then witb
tbe suddenness of an electric shock, pains
begin to sboot through themuscleor joint
affected, which often swells and
inflames, aud becomes tender,
feverish and sore. Unless
treated tbrougb the
finally ending in
shaky nerves, and
tbe invalid's chain 01
crutches. The cu?
of Rheumatism can
never be complete or permanent until the
acid blood bas been purified and the sys?
tem cleansed of all poisonous matter,
S. 8. S. does this promptly aud surely,
because it is a perfect blood medicine,
aud ait antidote for the irritatiug acids
that cause Rheumatism.
8, S, S. purifies uud invigorates tbe
polluted, stagnant blood, aud wben a
tree, healthy circulation is again estab
lisbed, thegritty, corroding particles an
washed out of th?
joints, and the
longed for relief
comes and the cure
is permanent because the cause bas been
removed aud nothing remains in the blood
to produce another attack.
Write, for special book on Rheumatism,
i The Swift Spedilo Co., Atlanta, Qa.
BILL GOES BY
Gen. Ayers and Others Heard
? In Opposition.
TONEY BILL IS REPORTED
Measure to Sell Municipal Franchises
Moete Approval?Oyster Matter?
Disposed Of?Other Legislation
Of Much Importance. ?
The House Committee on T??anos held
two long eeu-ons yesterday and con?
sidered the bill oBerod by Mr. "White
?head, ot Norfolk, to Impose a tax of
three cents per ton on all ore? mined
in this State, and after many speeches
In opposition the farther consideration
was postponed until Monday, February
10th, at 1? o'clock A. M.
Among those who spoke against the
bill were General Rufu* A. Ayers. o'
Wise; Major ill I* Parrtsh, of Coving
ton; Mr. J. Norment Powell, of "Wythe,
and I. T. Bullett, of Wise.
Thoy all earnestly contended that the
bill would be hazardous to th? mining
Interest- of the Southwest and pleaded
for an adverse t????- The -111 was
postponed on account of death, in the
family of Judge A- A. Phlegar, who do-,
sires to be heard on the subject.
From -what can be gathered, the bill
-arili likely fall In Its present form,
though some measure may be adopted,
placing a specific license tax upon the
mining companies. Senator Barksdaie
offered a bill in the Senate which is
very similar to that of Mr. Whltehe-d.
The fight for the Jamestown appropria?
tion bill will be renewed and oonoluded
before the House Finance Committee at
10 o'clock' this morning, when General
Kltzhugh Lee, presldeat of the companyT
and Hon. J. Taylor EJllyson will speak
for the measure.
A great deal of missionary work has
been done by members In favor of the
bill during the last few days, and those
In charge of the measure are very hope?
ful of Its passage.
In discussing the question as to wheth?
er or not the State" ?jould afford to make
the appropriation, Mr. Gwynn T. Shep
perd. secretary of the company, said last
"Under the new Const?tutlon of Vir?
ginia, all railroad and canal companies
are required to pay to the State treas?
ury 1 per cent, of their gross earnings.
The travel to and from the exposition In
ltwT ? will so Increase tho gross earnings
of the various railroa- ?companies In the
State and those which, will be construct?
ed to occommodxte the travel made
necessary by the exposition, that Instead
of recrelving $300,000 from this source, as
Is estimated by Auditor Marye, the State
will receive at a very conservative esti?
mate, at least $000,000, so that were the
Stato to appropriate $_JO,000, as is asked
for in the. bill how pending before the
Legislature, the Stato will be paid back
In full and have a clear profit of J100,
000 as its portion of tho receipts from
holding the exposition.
The House Committee on Chesapeake
and its Tributaries yesterday dis?
posed of two measures that ha/?'? been
up for several days, and carried the
local bill as to lands In Westmoreland
county over until this morning.
The body reported favorably the till
of Hon. E. C. Jordon, of Frederick, to
require oystermen la the James River,
from Day Point up, to pay ti license tax
Instead of J2 as at present, for the privi?
lege of taking seed oysters from the said
waters. The bill was earnestly fought
by the oystermen. The bill of Mr. Ed?
wards to shorten the season by striking
o(f Sopetcmber was adversely reported af?
ter a speech of nearly three hours In
opposition by Colonel W. W. Sale, of
Norfolk. The bill was advocated toy the
State Board of Fisheries and opposed by
The bill to break the Baylor eunvey will
come up on February 17th.
There will bo two new members of the
House of Delegates during tho present
session, and possibly three.
In a few days Speaker Ryan will Issue a
writ of election for a successor to Hon.
W. B. Clarke, late a member from Prince
Gc-orgo and Surry, and on the 3d March
Hon. R. G. Southall will retire to tako
his seat In Congress, thus entailing a spe?
cial election for tho district composed of
the counties of Amelia ?fid Nottoway.
The retirement of Mr. Southall will leave
tho chairmanship of the Committee for
Courts of Justice vacant, and Inasmuch as
Mr. Duke, the ranking member. Is already
chairman of an important committee, it
Is not unlikely that the honor may go to
Hon. N. B. Early, Jr., of Greene, who is
next In Une. The House will fd-Oay act
upon the McLean case, and If the member
Is unseated there will be a new member
from Mecklenburg oounty.
In connection with the bills offered t>y
Mr. Edwards to transfer certain oyster
bottoms In Westmoreland county to pri
vrte parties, It has been.stated that in
opposing them Hon. C. Conway Baker did
not represent the voice of ...s people. Mr.
Baker Is In receipt of a series of resolu?
tions adopted by a mass meeting of citi?
zens hold in his county on January 80th,
ondorsing his course. The meeting is said
to have been attended by nearly 600 citi?
zens, and an extract from the resolutions
Is as follows:
'That we heartily endorse the course of
our' faithful representative, Hon. O. Con
way Baker, In the efforts ho has so far
made to defeat the proposed legislation
In the House of Delegates, and most ear?
nestly request him and also our distin?
guished State Senator, Hon. C. Harding
Walker, to use all legitimate means with?
in their power to defeat said hill and all
others Introduced for a similar, purpose."
Governor Montague yesterday affixed
his signature to the 1)111 paying the helTs
of the late J. J. Moran, of Alexandria
county, the sum of ?10.0000 for servi cos
rendered In prosecuting certain claims
before tho United States Government on
?bohalf of the State. Tho passage of the
bill is due to the untiring efforts of Son?
ntor F. R. Donohoa nnd Colonel Robert
B. Lee, Jr., of Fairfax.
The House Committee on Counties,
Cities and Townrs yesterday in exe?
cutive session, by* a unanimous vote, re?
portad the bill offered by Hon. D. L,.
Toney, of Manchester, providing for the
sale of all municipal franchises at pub?
The bill Is carrying Into effect the pro
visions of the new Constitution on the
subject, nnd is a popular one In legisla?
At the Mission,
Mrs. M, "W. Newton, organizer of the
Woman's Christian Temp?rance Union,
will speak to-night at the Mothodlat
Mission, at Nineteenth ?nd Main Street?
Entirely now pat?
terns, extra lino,
now and very at?
The usual 10?*??
12 l-2c YD
MOSBY & CO.
:: Snapshots UaAon
?? m Jrotet aCobbtes ?
"My vieit has absolutely no political
significance," said General Ruius A. Ay
ers, of Big Stone Gap, to a Tlmes
Dlspatch representative at Murphy's last
Tight, In reply to a question. "I flo not
known yet whether or not I shall enter
th* gubernatorial race. It Is too early
to give the rnottor much consideration
yet, but If I do run, I will go In to
win. I am very grateful to tho friends
who have been kind enough to link my
name wdth the honor, whether I shall
stand or not. Tho people out ray way
aro prosperous and aro deeply Interested
lii both expositions. They will help to
mak? both a success, and may be relied
upon to have a creditable exhibit of their
resources at both." General Ayers left
for his home last night.
Colonel James R. Caton, of Alexandria,
had a rather peculiar experience In his
room at Murphy'3 the other night, which
looked at one time as If it might have
some serious results. About midnight
th* popular member was sleeping soundly
When he was awakened by an awful
crash. Ho sprang from his bed, and hli
room was clouded with dust, which ho at
first mistook for smoke. Upon making
a light, however, he discovered that It
wos dust, and that from some cause the
plastering had fallen from about half
of the celling. Fortunately none fell
over Mr. Caton's bed, so he escaped un
Judge J. B. ?euer, of "Washing-ton, D.
C, president of the Alumni Association
of the University of Virginia, ls In the
city, and was at Murphy's last night
The Jamestown Exposition people have
placed ln Murphy's lobby a very hand?
some oil picture of how the big ehow
will look, with Hampton Roods strung
with the navies of the world. Just bo
low the picture ls a map showing the
location where the Exposition proper will
Among; the distinguished guests regis?
tered at Murphy's Is ex-Governor E. W,
(Windy) Wilson, of West "Virginia, Gov?
ernor Wilson Is ln tho city on private
business, and was an attractive figure
In the lobby last night.
Mr. ?. ?. Jamison, of the Roanoke
Grocery and Milling Company, ls ln tho
city on private business, and was at
Murphy's last night.
Major S. Heth Tyler, of Norfolk, and
Hon. W. B. Bowles, of Salem, formerly
a member of the Houso, wero among
their friends at Murphy's lost night
Virginians here la?it night wore:
Murphy's?John J. Foster, Norfolk; W.
B. Harris. Charlottesvillej R. L. Parrlsh,
Covlngtoni H. L. Moorman, Boydton;
Willis A. Jenkins, Newport News; S. L.
Wasserman, Norfolk; W. E Burns and
daughter, Lebanon; W. B. Bowles, Salem;
Gwyn T. Shepperd, Norfolk; C. S. Sher?
Lexington?J. B. Taylor and wife, Vir?
(By Associated Preas.)
ATLANTA, GA., February 4.?To-day's
session of the midwinter conference of
the Third District of the International
Sunday-School Workers was devoted to
tho discussion of methods best for the
organization of Sunday-schools. The dis?
cussion was led toy Rev. W. B. Splllman,
of Nashville Tenn.
THE RIGHT THING.
A New Catarrh Curo Which is Rapidly
Coming to the Front.
For several years, Rod Gum, Blood root
and Hydrastln havo been recognized ns
standard remedies for catarrhal trou?
bles, but they havo always been given
separately and only vory Tecently an In
gonlous chemist succeeded In combining
them, together with other antlsoptlca Into
a pleasant, effective tablet.
Druggists soil the remedy under tho
name of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets nnd It
has met with romarkahle succoss in tho
euro of nasal catarrh, bronchial and
throat catarrh nnd In catarrh of tlio
Mr. F. N. Bouton, whoso address Is
care of Clark Houso, Troy, N. "ST., says:
"When I run up attalnst anything; that la
good I llko to toll' peoplo of It. I havo
boon troubled with catarrh more or less
for some time. Lnst winter moro than
ever. Tried several so-called cures, but
did not get any benefit from them. About
six weeks ngo I bought a CO-cent box
of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and I am
glad to say that tlicy have dona wonders
for me and I do not "?eeltnto to let
all my friends know that Stuart's Ca?
tarrh Tablets aro tho right thing."
Mr. Qoorgo J. Casanova, of Hotel Grif?
fon, West Ninth Streot, Now York city,
writes! "I have oommenood using Stu?
art's Catarrh Tablets and already thoy
have given mo hotter results than any
catarrh cure I havo over tried."
A lending physician of Pittsburg ali?
viaos tho use of Stuart's Catarrh Tab?
lets In preference to any other treat?
ment for Catarrh of head and throat or
He claims thoy aio far superior to In?
halers, salvos, lotions or powder and
are much more convenient nml pleas?
ant to tako and aro so hanmloss that
little children tako them with benefit as
they contain no opiate, oooala? or. any
poisonous dru?. ?
Time for Payments of Money
Extended to March 1st.
TWELVE THOUSAND DUE
A Final Urgent Appeal Issued by Rev.
Dr. W. E. Hatcher, Who Is Striv?
ing Earnestly to Save
The commlsslonere of Ui? oourt at
Bristol, Va. have agreed to extend until
March 1st tho time for tho payment of
the ?12,000 due on the Virginia Institute
located there, But announce that this will
bo the last. If tho conditions are not met
by that date tho school will be sold, and
the valuablo property will be lost to the
Dr. W. E. Hatcher, president of the
Board of Trustees ot Richmond College,
who 1b making valiant struggles to save
the Institute, has Issued a final urgent
appeal, in which he maltes some plain
statements. He says In port:
"At the meeting of the Baptist
Education Commission on the 22d
of January, the commissioners of
the court at Bristol were re?
quested to grant more time for raising
the 512.0OO for the relief of our sohool
property In that city That roquest was
presented through Brother R. Cabell
Henlng, a member of tho Baptist com?
mission, and the reply has been received.
Tlie oommisslonors of the court decided
that they cannot grant longer time than
March 1st This gives us Just one month
from this' time that tho decision of the
court at Bristol Is announced.
"I place these facts before the Baptists
of Virginia that they may understand
the real situation. What Is done will
have to be done during February, and
unless tlie rest of the money can be se?
cured by the expiration of that time,
the effort to ?a?? BTlstol will end In
failure. I state the matter in bold and
undisguised torme, and appeal to our
people to come to the resoue. I appeal to
thoso churches which have not already
taken collections to do so at once. I ap?
peal to tho*o ohurch.es which have fallen
below their apportionment to raise the de?
ficiency and forward It at once. I ap?
peal to generous friends all over the
State for personal contributions. I ap?
peal to our Baptist women, who are un?
willing to seo this school property lost,
to send us a contribution at once. 1 ap?
peal to the pastors, the real leaders of
the people, to do their duty In this emer?
"I am aware of the faut that many
good people havo withheld their gifts be?
cause they thought they had sufficient
reasone for doing so; but I would ask
them that. Inasmuch as this effort to
save our school at Bristol Is made under
tho direct instruction of the Virginia
Baptists, that they will fall into line and
do their duty. 1 appeal to pastors In
whose churches there may not bo the
warmest sympathy with this effort to
make the appeal with all the ardor and
power of their hearts."
TOOK A BRIDE HERE
Mr. Robert Royal Roane, of Newport
News, Weds Miss Mary Marino.
Mr. Robert Royal Roane, of Newport
News, and Miss Mary Angelino Marino,
of Rlohmond, were married at Union
Station Methodist Churoh at t o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Rev. Dr. John Han?
nen, tho pastor, officiating. A number
of friends of the young couple witnessed
Mr. and Mrs. Roane loft at 4 o'clock
for Newport News, where the groom is
employed as a draughtsman in the ship?
HER CREW MUTINIED
The Annie Mllford Leaking and Nothing
More Heard from Her.
(By Associateli Press.)
BREMER HAVEN, GERMANY, Feb?
ruary i.?Captain "Webster, of the British
steamer Mount Royal, which arrived here
from New Orleans, January 10th, reported
having sighted January 10th, the Ameri?
can Annie L. Mulford, Captain Flontege
from Charleston, January 5th, for Now
York, leaking badly. Captain Flentege re?
ported that his crew mutlnld January
13th and attacked him. The captain, how?
ever, declined the offer of Captain
Webster to transfer tho mea to the
Mount Royal, hut asked for the latitude
and longitude, which wero given him, to?
gether with the course to steer for Sandy
Hook and tho dlstanco to that point.
An examination of tho maritime regis?
ters available does not show that the
Anna L? Mulford hns reached any port
since she wos spoken by tho Mount
Will Tow the Mattle Newman.
(Bv Ansoelnteil Press, ?
DELAWARE BREAKWATER, DEL.,
February 4,?The schooner Mnttlo New?
man, from New York for Richmond (be?
fore reported arrived hero In distress),
will be towod to "Richmond by the tug
Mr. Younger Will Lose No Time
Getting Ready for Busi?
Up to this timo It has been Impossible
to malto any careful estimate of tho dam?
ages resulting from the flro Tuesday
night, which destroyed tho wholesale gro
eery and llepior store of X,, c. Younger
nnd Company, on Virginia Street. An ex
j.crt will bo put to work In a day or so
iiiul somo Idea of tho situation will bo
Meanwhile It Is genoroily conceded that
the loss will approximate $100,000, Tho
buildings, with the exception of the out
sido wnlls, which aro still etundlng, are
entirely gone, and will of themselves foot
up somo $?,000 or $30,000. The stock, so
fur as an examination baa boon made,
Is found to bo almost a completo loss,
Some portions were saved, but by far tho
great bulk of It went with tho buildings,
Tim stoak was valued at 180,000.
Am stated before, the threo atoren occu?
pied by tho firm wero fully covoretl by
Insurance, The pinco? will bo roliulIt at
onco and will bo again occupied by Mr,
Younger. Moanwhllo the lutter will move
Into tomporary quarters and will at onoe
routook. He Intends to lose no time in
(.openliu: for business attain.
'My fu?) er hu? bees t mfTor-r 1 rom ?Ink h?!?d?ohe
tor lim ln?t t-rentr'??? yo?ii and Derer fourni ?nr
rnllef n n ill h? bee?*? 1?kln? jour C*M?rttl. Bine?
he bu bilinn t?kltiK Omofcrota hs Iijib never hn\
ilio haadaohg. They hare entlrilr ?nrtd hita.
C??enrel? do ?bul T<r& ?command then ?o do. I
?fill el?? ro*t Hi? PTlrlle??? of mine his ? ?in?."
B.M. Die k ion, UM BealnorHt., W.lndtsoapolU.Iad.
Plenen?, FiUttble, Potent. Tan? flood, Do Good,
??t?? Sloken, Weaken orOrlp?. 10a, !**,?"?.??t-?
Sold In balk. Tha e?ntitn? tablet lumped OO?.
laarinteed to cara or your money task.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 598
ANNUAL SALE, TEM MILLION BOXES
THIS OPINION DAY
IN SUPREME COURT
This *v7ill bo opinion day In the Supreme
Court of Appeals. Several decisions will
be rendered, and pn/bably amona; the
number will be that involving? tho larger
portion of the estate of tho lata James
j LEQAL NOTICE.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OB'
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED'STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In tho Matter of ) No. 448.
FRANK L. CHERRY. [ In
Bankrupt, ) Bankruptcy.
To the creditore of FRANK, li, CTIER?Y,
ot Richmond? In the county of Henrico,
and dlstrlot aforesaid, bankrupt!
Notice Is hereby given that on the Id
day of February, A. X>. 1003. 'the said
FRANK L CHERRY -was duly adjudloated
n. bankrupt, and that the first meeting of
his creditors will be held In my otitoe.
Room No, 10, Postofflee Building, Rich?
mond, Virginia, on tholftth DAY OF FEB?
RUARY, A. D. 1003, at 10 o'oKcIc in the
forenoon, at which time the said credi?
tors may attend, prove tholr claims, ap?
point a trustee, examino the bankrupt,
and transact such other business as may
properly como before said meeting*.
RO. H. TALLEY,
Referee ln Bankruptcy.
February 4. 1SC3.
H. W. Goodwyn, Attorney for Bankrupt.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In tho Matter of ) No. 437.
LOUTS RAWLINGS, > In
Bankrupt. ' Bankruptcy.
To the creditore of LOUTS RAWUNOS. of
Richmond, In tho county of Henrico.
and. dlstrlot aforesaid, bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on th* 22d
day of Dccembor. A. 3D. 1902. the said
LOUIS RAWX.INGB was duly adjudicated
a bankrupt; and that the first mooting of
his creditors will he held In my office,
Room No. 10, Postofflee Building. Rich?
mond. Virginia, on the 12tli DAY OF FEB?
RUARY, A. D. 1303, at 10 o"eloo!c ln the fore?
noon, at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and trans?
act suoh other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
RO. ?. TAI*LEY,
Referee ln Bankruptcy.
February ?, 1903.
Julian Bryant, Attorney for Bankrupt.
No assets returned In bankrupt's sched?
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA;
in the Matter of ( No. 417.
JAS. li NOWLAN, i In
Bankrupt. ( Bankruptcy.
To the creditor? of JAS. ?. NOWLAN, of
Richmond, in the county of Henrico,
and district aforesaid, bankrupt:
, Notice Is heroliy given that on tho 2d day
of February, A. D. 1903, the said JAS. ?.
NOWLAN was duly adjudicated a bank
rut; and that tlio first meting of his
creditors will be held ln my office. Room
No. 10, Postofflee Building, Richmond,
Virginia, on the 16th DAY OF FEB?
RUARY. A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock Ln the fore?
noon, at which time the said orcdltors
may attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examino the bankrupt, and trans?
act suoh other business as may properly
come beforo said meeting.
RO. It. TALLEY,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
February 4. 1903.
W. A. Willeroy, Attorney for Bankrupt.
No assets relurnod ln bankrupt's sched?
Office Va Fire and Marino Ins. Co..
Richmond, Va.. Feb. 8. 1903.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING?? ? E
recular annual meeting of the Stock?
holders of this Company will be held
at the Company's offico. No. 1016 E.
Main Street, In this city, on TUESDAY,
the 17th Instant, at 12 o'clock.
WM. H. M'CARTHY,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of THE E. B. TAYLOR
COMPANY will bo held at the office of
the Company, No. 1011 Enst Main Street.
Richmond, Va., on MONDAY", Maroh
9. 1903, at 4 o'clock P. M.
CHARLES K. COULLING,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Richmond, Vn., Fnb. 2, 1003.
NOTICE.-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the VIRGINIA HOT
SPRINGS COMPANY, for tho purpose
of electing Directors anil for the trans?
action of such other business ns may
lawfully como boforo the meeting, will
be held at the office of tho Compnny.
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway General
Office Building, in the city of Richmond.
Va., on TUESDAY, February 24, 1903,
at 12 o'clock M. The transfer dooks will
be closed on Monday, February 10, 1903,
at 3 P. M.. and romain closed until 10
A. M. Wednesday, February 25, 1003,
A. TREVVETT, Secretary.
MASONIC NOTICE.?A STATED
Communication of JOPPA LODGE,
NO. 40. A. F, and A. M.. will he
held at the Mnsonlo Templo THURSDAY,
fit h Instant, al 7:30 o'clock P. M. Mem?
bers of sister lodges and transient breth?
ren aro fraternally Invited to be prosi?iit.
By Order of the W, M.
GEORGE C. JEFFERSON,
~ffi ALL ROYAL ARCH MASONS
VV are cordially Invltod to attend a
/VS Stateli Convocation of RICHMOND
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, No. 3, at the
Masons' Hall on Franklin Street THIS
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock
By Order of tho M. H. H. P,
y GEO. F. KEESEJ13, Seo'y.
WHOLE FLOOR, NORTHEAST COR
ner of Ninth and Main Streets, lately oc?
cupied by Virginia PnHsongor and Power
Company. Finest offices In tho oity, Pos
eeselon nt onoo.
J. D. CARNKAL ? BON,
HOG E. Mnln -Streot.
FOR F3 ? ??3?G.
FIKE BRICK BUILDING FOR LIGHT
on Sliookoo 811?, Convenient to power.
Consideratilo floor spuoo ami nice offlco.
? North Eleventh Street.
Masonic Temple Store.
in the Build*
AUCTION ??___-/G??? ?A*, .
-*??rn'-G-|--?| - .'ni i.-frr ?? m nra.ii._u -siMfT" :rarNuSfWtfWel?0
By Edward 9. Boss Company,
Real Estate Auctioneer*.
THOSE FOUR FRA_C_ DW_L_IW_?,
NOS. 237, 239, 241 AND 243
SOUTH LAUREL STREET.
, Roeognislng the great cArmand fer
houses ot this character upon the street
named, we. by way of pleasing and ap?
peasing the desire of home and Invest?
ment seekers, have decided to sell by
auction, upon the premises, on
THURSDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF FEB?
RUARY. l?03, AT 4 O'CLOCK P. ?G
the above located dwellings. Eaoh
dwelling contains five rooms with the
usual conveniences found In such houses. ,
As It Is seldom that opportunities of a
like character are offered, we bespeak an
overflow of bidden, which should mean a
oplrlted competition for the four prizes
EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY,
By B, A. Catlln.
Real Estate Auctioneer,
? North Eleventh Street..
TRUSTE-78 AUCTION SALE
NO, 417 N. THrRTY-FIR_T BTR&Ef
In execution of a certain deed of trust
to the undersigned trurteo, dated April
1.8, 1S98, and recorded In the clerk's offici?
of Rlohmond Chanoery Court, D. B. 101
"B," page US, I will sell at pubi io auc?
tion, upon the premises, on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY..?. 1908
at 4:30 o'clock P. M.. the property de?
scribed In said deed of trust as follows*
"All thnt certain lot or parcel of land,
with tho Improvements thereon, lying ana
being* in the city of 'Richmond, Va.. 00m
mencln? at a point on the west line a
Thirty-first Street, distant ninety f.90) fee
south from Clay Street, thence runnini
southerly along Thirty-first Street enl
fronting thereon twenty-three (23) feet
and extending b-ck from said front be!
twoen Unes parallel with Clay Street oni
hundred and sixteen (Ilo) feet to an alley
fifteen <T6) foet wide."
TERMS?By agreement will be made
B. A. CATLIN, Trustee.
Geo. W. Mayo, Auctioneer.
._1306 E. Main Street_
r\ ROAN, PIANOS, SHOW-CA-B?
'-' MATTING, IRON BEDS, FUBJ??
TURE, ETC., AT AUCTION.
I will sell at my auotlon-houa? at li
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1908. ?
Whitney Organ, Upright and Sejuars
Pianos, Mirrors, S Show-Coses. Iron Beds,
Mattlnsr, Linoleum. Rugs, Sideboards, Par?
lor ond Chamber Suits, and a large and
varied lot of attractive and household
and kltohen furnishings.
A. R. MAYO, Proprietor.
Geo. H Valentine, Salesman.
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAY&
?"???'". ,?....... IM..I....'-I" ?????-.???? I ?._, g
By J". Thompson Brown ft Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneer?.
A FORCED AUCTION
Large Warehouse and Factorj
Property, 5heds, Engine and
Boiler and Two Brick Dwell?
ings. The Effects of the
Premises Occupied by H alpin
Newcomb Tobacco Co. Lot
Fronts 135 Feet More or
Less on E. Main St.
NOS. 2823 TO 2827 E. MAIN
With Long Depth to Southern
Railway, on Which it Fronts
300 Feet More or Less.
FRIDAY, FEB. 6,1903
We will sell on the above premises o.
the day and hour aforesaid, the large an/
desirable Warehouse and Factory propon
ty situated In E. Main St, at the foot ol
Libby Hill Park, this spacious property
has Its own water by a large well tank
a large three story Factory, a large on?
story warehouse, a brick office and hai
brick dwellings. Its Railroad faciUUei
can be easily and most convenienti!
utilized. Its present low rental value ?ill?
$930, which can be Increased.
The Factory with 66 feet of _roun?J
will be sold subject to the lease of pre*?
ont tenants, which expires June 1, 1904.
TERMS: One-fourth cash. ?_lan<je 1, I
and 3 years, with Interest, _>eaared bj
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.,
By Real Estate Trust Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
WEST-EHD BUILDING LOTS
FRIDAY, FEB. 6TH, AT 4:90 P. M.
We will offer, on the premises, that de?
sirable building lot, ndJolnlng on the west
No. 1112 West Avonue, said lot fronting
about 27 feet on West Avenue and run?
ning back 115 feet to on alley. This loi
Is owned by a non-resident, who Instructs
ue to sell at o, sacrltice; thus you will
have an opportunity to secure a lot very
much lower than you could buy the ?ur*
rounding property for.
This Is a. most desirable location for a
homo, close In, within half block of cai
lino, and will Increase tn value. Buy th<
lot, we will help you build the house.
TERMS?Easy, and made known at sale
REAL ESTATE TRUST COMPANY,
By H. A. McCurdy,
Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES AUCTION BALE
THE INTEREST OFT. SAMUEL LEWIS
IN PREMISES NO. 606 ?. 8T. JAMES
STREET. BETWEEN CLAY AND
In execution of the provision of a cer?
tain deed of trust from T. Samuel Lewis
of May ?. ltXu, and duly recorded, the
undersigned will offer for sale, upon the
TUESDAY, FEEVRARY 10. 1903,
at 6 l'. M., tho Interest of said T. Samuel
l^wls undor the will of Thomas H. Lewis,
deceased. In the two-story brick dwelling
above mentioned. Lot 80x127 feet. Full
particulars of the lntereat to be sold can
bo .bud either from th?? undersigned er
H. B, POLLARD, Jr.,
r. ? ' ? ?? '? ?.?. ,1.?.?'- ? ? a
SPRING TERM BEOINS FEB. 10TH.
New Students - received during January
and February In both Academic and Law
For catalogue and Information addreoti
President F. W. BOATWRIQHT,