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THE ONLY WHEAT FLAKE GELERY FOtffl
Satisfactorily caoked, ncconltng to etrict principles ol cullnary chemistry, which
renders it the butter sultedto tho Casy yielciing up of its nutritious qualitir-to the
The lowprico pl-acej lt wlthin the reach of all.
' ready to m m a ?bie gabin m a royal castle
Promotive of Mgh health and lenffth of days. -while tlie eating of itnpore .'.oods
nndenninds tho health, nnd ende in prematuro disablcment and death.
Dyspeptics should e?t DR. PRICE'S TRl'ABITA FOOD nnd note its agree
able restorative qualities?conslstently nsed, it deieats insominia.
Pnp,r8dby pfilDE GEREf-L FOOD 00., Batflo Cre?k, Nich.
Dr. Price, tht creator of Dr. frier's Cream Betklng JPowder and
Deltcioux Flavorinjr HxtrUcts.
one Nearly Severs Other's
Head With' a Knlfe.
?fTHEN HE MADE HIS ESCAPE
Terrible Fight at the Mouth of a Fur
-lace Which May End in the Death
of Ohe of Those Engaged
Whllo firlng a furnace tn the Tredegar
Iron Works yestcrilay afternoon. shovcl
lnc coal and dripplng wlth perspiration,'
two negroes?llarvey Push and "Dlck"
Johnson, engaged In a flght for llt'e, as
a result of whlch tho former ls now a
fugltive from Justlce, presumably hld
ing in tbe clty, whlle the latter Is an
inmalc of tho Clty Hospltal, suffering
from a serious and probabiy fatal knifo
blado wound ln hls throat, and ono or
two other staba of more or less conse
iiuence. The scrap oeeurred shortly af?
ter 5 o'clock and was witnessed by a
dozen br more othor rmployes at tho
Svorks. who lr.terfered jusl as quickly
us they could reach tho men.
Johnson wiis sloshed across tho throat
and stabbed twlce ln the body. llo
blod profusely from each of the wounds
and was exhausted from weakness when
tlie ambulaiice arrlved on the scene a
,?ew minutes later, having been calk-d
? by telephone. Dr. Flcgenhoimer, who
was jn charge of the wagon, dld what he
could to rcliove tho suffering of the no?
gro, which was lntense, aftor whlch ha
was llfted gently into tho vehicle and
carrlc-d wlth hasto tq the publlc institu?
HEAD NEARLY SEAT/RED.
. Hero a more critical examlnatlon of
the wounds wero mado. The negro was
on an operatlng tablo for an hour or
more, durlng which tlme the hospltal
surgeons took a number of stitches lu
tho wound ln hls throat. Hls head had
been nearly sevoriid from hi.s body, and
the deep; ugly gash only raissed peno
tratlng tha jugular veln by a fraction
of an Inch. Tho other stiibs were of
less ltnportanco and are not at all dan?
Realizing that ho had wounded hls
antagonist, Pugh fled, darting from tho
mlll wlth tlie speed of a groyhound. Ho
has not beon seen since, and Is supposed
to bo hldlng lu the clty. The pollce are
on a close lookout for tho negro, and
hopes are entertalned for hls capture,.
Almosl Immediately aftor tho fight Ser
geant Sowell und 1'atrolmun Gary were
on the scene, having heard of tho at
tempted murder. They chased tho fleo
Ing negro for n number of blocks, but
ho lost hlmself from them ln the mysto,
rlous Penltcntiar)' Bottom. Tho olilcors
Ikivo a good doscriptlon ...f Pugh, and lo
?some of tho pollcemen he Is known well.
Thls mornlng at 1 o'clock, when tho
different rellofa departed from the three
respectlve statlons tho ofllcers wero rea'd
descrliitUms ot I'ugh, and nll wero nott
Jled to bo on a closo lookout for hlm.
aa lt ls feared that the wounded man
rnay dic- and the affalr assume the grayo
proportions of a murder.
From all accounts, it soems
nnd Johns>.n havo worked t>
the Trcdcgnr AVorks fur severi
belng engaged at tho sarno fur
were powert'ul men, thelr inus.
been hugely dcveloped by th
exorciso in wlileh thoy cnga
flred one of tlie furnocps.
Testerday afternoon the men were en?
gaged ns usual ln stoklng tho oven. wlie?
they fell out over some Buppbsedly trly
ial matter, tho nature of wlileh I;-- not
No Plague Aboard the 1 r is
(By Athoilun.,1 it... ?.
AVASHINCTOK, Ff-Ji, -"l.-'J ? followlng
t'liblrgrttin was rtcelved to-day ;u thu
ytate Di--|iartinent from Vito-Cuusii) Liy
Ht Uaroiilona, Himln:
"""? -alujfuo uboaid tho Irls; mulurlal
fever. Vossel wlll proceed to Mnrsolllea
without comtnunlcatlng with Majorca."
Tho vessel j'efcrred to ls a merchant
shlp, which cleared from nn Amerlcan
port under ausplcion' of l>elng Infccted.
Tlie Stnte Department followed her up
by cablegram wlt.li tho result nliove noted.
Site of Over 450 Acres ln Alabam
Offered for Site.
(By As.oc-iited Press.)
SCOTTSBORO, AI.A., February _3.?R
Is annoiiiiced that a donation of '50 ftcr.s
of land near thls place wlll ho offered to
the trustees of tho Peabody fund, pro?
vlded tho proposed teachers' collego wlll
bo loco.ted near Scottsboro.
The land, lt Is said. wlll bo offered by
tho Mlsses Smlth, owners of a largo por
tion of Tully Mouiitnin. Thc grant, if
tho school ca_n be seeured, wlll bo abso?
lutely wlthout cost and w-111 Includo the
sanltarlums now located In Tully Motin
tlan. lt Is stated tluit many hiduce
ments wlll bo made hy' the citizens of
thls place for tho locatlon of tha collego
YT.RDICT FOR THE RAILROAD
Awnrd, by Agreement, Against Amalga
mated Society of Railway Servants.
(Uy Assoclnteil I'rfH.)
. LONDON, February 23.?ln accordanca
v/ltli an arrangement arrlved at between
cho parties to the sult, tho court to-day
awarded tlio Taff Valc Rn'llrond Corn
rar.v -Tll.,000 damnges agalnst tlie Amal
gamnted Socloty of Railway Servants.
After a Ioiik trlal tho caso of tho Taff
Valo Rallroad Company agalnst tho
A'malgamated Soclety of Railway Ser?
vants, Involvlng -maiiy of tlio questlons
of great Importnnce to trndes unionlsrn,
r.sulted. Decemher 19th, ln n verdlct In
favor of the plaintlff. Tho latter com
plalned of mallclous innlestntlon, plcket
lr:g. Intimldatlon, etc,, during the strlke
MADE THE FASTEST RUN
ON THE MIS5ISSIPPI
llly A__o.latoil rr.M.)
NEW OHI.KA.N.--, I.A.. l-'.Iirunry 23.
Completlng one of tlm fastest trips over
made on tho rlver, (ho blg steamer Clty
of Loulsvllle, wlth 130 carnlval visltors
board, has arrlved at her wharf. Sne left
Clnclnnatl last Wednesday nt 1 P. I
moklne stops at Loulsvllle; Memphls!
Greenyille, Vicksburg and other polnts,
and covered the l,r.:U mlles In 106 hours,
less than four dnys nnd a half.
NEGRO GETS DAMAGES
FROM PULLMAN COMPANY
(Hy Assoeliitiirt Proas.)
TRENTON, N. J? Feb. 23.?In the
LTnited States Court hero to-day a jury
awarded SoOO damages to Rov. Henry P,
Johnston, of Camden, n colored man, who
sued tho Pullman (*ar Company for $10,
00_. Johnston ls edltor of llio Chrlstian
Advocate,; and on March 23th last whilo
rlilink ln a Pullman car between Riclu
nuuiv!. V_i., iii.tl Washlngton, Bought ser?
vlce ln tlio dlnlng car. lh- clalmed that
lu--was rofuscd food iiy dlfferent su*tpr
fuges, notwlthstandlng he npplicd threo
time.. Pinally, when nll tho passongers
had been served aiul tlio employes Wero
eat Ing, he sald, he was offered food.
Will Get iho Cup.
Tlie RIchmond Oollpg? bnsc-hnll team
will reeelve the cup given by tlio Inter
collcgiato State Athlotlc Assoclatlon.
GRANT IS GIVEN
Tlie Negro Wlio Shot Sandy
Hogan Over a Gamo
Unless tlio Supreme Court roverses the
di mi of twelve cltUehs bf Rlohmond,
'?? nvl i Grant, a negro, wlll spor.d thu
' >tl flfi n yeara oi hl, liiv tn tho penl
| ii lai v ii, Waa coin iotofi In tlie Hust
h ? Court yesterday aftornoon of mur
ad Blvon sueli .i sentonoe in prlson.
?i nt iv com loti d of (ho murder of
llogfiii. whlch occurred juit
?'' fu '? il U nfii r Ohrlstmaa, whl|e tho
' ? ' ?? nn!) r - r ol hor iiegrues
''''' ! : l ? ??.n itice in tlie
?I'h ? ?? i ' thi evldence ml
tl : th ? laylng of llo
; K;uj I affalr, and the
? ? Ui iso a lema
[ ' ' '' wlth th npprova) nf Lh. who
The caso Waa on trlal dui m: fho wholo
ly, u mi
' over im
[ lt seoiiii tliat iii-'iMii, Ci-uit and a num
, bor of other i?.-..>->... copgiegoted i? a
.?riiiii houae ahorlly after _-hrlstraaa
? foi tha i.n,"0 pf playlng "sWu" und
... .i row aroaq between
ilrant, wii ch lqrinlimt< d in
ot tho formur by thu lut
.,! i__._ft.iJ .._.
Riehmond Men and Mlnlstors
Rev. Mr. Miller, of the Reform Buroau
In tho City and Makes Address
to Pastors of Riehmond
Tlio Rov, O. R, Killor, fleld seorotary
of tho Reform Ruroau of Washington,
D. C, ls ln tho clty, nnd ls Bocurlng slg
naturos. to a petition addressed to tho
ITnlted' States Senate, calllng upon that
body to act favnrably on the Interstate
llquor bill?n mensnre to proteet the rights
of Stntes, counties nnd towns which may
voto ln favor of local optlon, no llcensn,
or prohibltion. by mnldng llquor shipped
fi-om ono Stato lnto nnother Biibjoct to the
laws of tho State Into whlch, lt ls shipped
as soon ns It exosscs tbe Stato llno.
At tho Methodist mlnlstors' moetlng at
Centenary Ohurch yesterday mornlng Mr.
Miller spoko on tho subject and work of
the Reform Bureau. He snld that the
prlmary object of tlie- Reform Btireau wns
to seoure the possage of lmportant reform
legislation at the Natlonal Capltal along
tho llnes of tomperance, S.abbntli obsorv
a.nce, antl-dlvorce, antl-gambting, etc
Ho spoko of several lmportant
reform laws whlch hnd been se
curedl largely through tho work of
tho bureau. Ho mentloned soyen bllls
which hnd! beon passed by Congress
nnd whlch had' beon drawn up by the
R-eform Bureau and lntroduced at its ro
Mr. Miller snld that the bureau was
mnklng great efforts Just now to socuro
tlio pnssnge through tho Unlted' States
Sonate of House bill 15,3.11, gener.-Uly
known ns (he "Interstate Llquor Act."
Thls measuro alms to proteet no-llcense
and prohibitlon terrltory agalnst brewers,
dlstlllers and wholesale llquor dealers
from outstde of a State, and to prevent
thelr sendlng llquor Into suoh torrltory
In original packages; thereby nulllfying
the voto nf the people.
Thls blll passed tho Hoiiso of Rapre
sentatlves on January 27th. and ls now
pendlng In the Senato.
Mr, Miller presented a petition, which
he read. nnd to whlcli be sald he do-1
slrcd to secura a "largo number of slgna
tures of lnlluenlial men. The petition ls
"To the Unlted States Senate:
"Tlie underslgned hereby petition your
honorable body to pass Hrxiso act 15,331,
gonerally known as tho 'Interstate Llquor
Act,' to proteet the rights of States,
counties and towns which may vote In
favnr of local optlon, no-llcense or pro?
hibltion. by making llqnors shipped In
tho oi-iglnnl packages frnm one State
lnto anothor subject to tho laws of the
Stato lnto whlch it ls shipped ns soon
as lt crbsses tbo State llne."
Ho said: "Thls is practlcally the old
doctrine nf Stntes' rights as applied to
the llquor trafflc, To tne it seems a burn
Injr shame and nn outrago lhat when a
town, county dr State votes to abolish
saloons, outs'cle llquor flrms. under Fed
era.l protectlon, should send in large
quantlties of llquor^ In the original pa'ck
ages, and thus practlcally uulllfy tho law.
Undor present Interstate commerco laws
tho Unlted States Supreme Court, in tho
Rhodes vri. Iowa case, doclded tliat llquor
shipped from ono State Intn another Is
not subject to the laws of the State into
whlcli lt- Is shipped untll after lt is deliv
ered to tho conslirncc."
Under the present law a wholesale
llquor tlrm out side of the Stnte can come
in and sell llquor ln a manner not al
lowed to a flrm Inslde of the State.
Mr, -Miller stated that tho Roform Bu?
reau, with other orgmilzntions whloh are
pushlng thls matter, ls trylng to get
people ln every State to wrile at onee to
thelr two Unlted States Senators, urglng
them to help socure the possage of thls
important blll. He sald that the brew?
ers nnd dlstlllers aro thoroughly arousod
nnd alarrhed, and aro pourlivg lnto Wash?
lngton in great numhers, determlnod to
use every meaii3 possible to defeat the
passage of thls bill. But if many of the
Chrlstlan people wlll show enough posl?
tlve lnterest ln tho ma-tter to wrlte at
once to thelr Senators in favor of the
blll, lt wlll be passed before Congress
adjourns on March 4th.
At the closo of hln address Mr. Miller
presented the petition above referred to,
whlch was heartily slgned by Bisliop J,
C Graiibery, wno happened to be present,
and by nll tho other minlsters preaent.
Alr. TMiller was ca.ling on several of tlio
promlnent men of the clty, glvlng them
an opportunity to slgn the petition. AA'hen
seen yesterday afternoon he hnd socured
tho Blghdlures of John P. Branch, Colonel
A. S. Buford, John C. Frooman, AV. L.
Waltors. C. la. Cook, S. E. Blshop, S. H.
'Bowman, J. O. Alwood, L. C. Chrlstlan,
TJ. B. Dugger, George M. Smithdwil. H.
M. Nuckols. nnd others.
Among the mlnlstors he hnd secured the
slgnatures of Blshop J. C. Qranbery, Pro
siiiinir Eldor R. H. Bennett, AV. AV. Lear,
AA'. B. Beauc)ianvp, L. B. Betty. J. B.
1-lawthorno, AV, R. L. Smlth, John iTnn
iion, AV. A. Cooper, Geoi_e II. Wlloy,
J. 0. Bnbcock, R. -M. tARuxey, L. C, Moore,
E. P. Parham, R. P, Lumpkin, AV. A.
Laughon, John T. Bosmau, J. B, Askow,
Asa Drlscoll, .1. T. i.umpkiu.
I fulton T/oms. \
Fulton Dareau o* Tho Times-Dlspatch,
Pooplo's Drug Stoiv.
Was'iihgton's blrthday ivus lltttng'y
observed at Fort Lee yesterday after, on,
lhooopas.au belng tho lalslng. f iho Unlti d
suu's Qag upon Fdri Leo school, Thn
I iiffair was conducted \>\ n canniiittee
% from Patrlclt ilonry Council, No, 12, j,
' <>? U*. A, M., of Fulton; wlio guvi: Old
. Qlory and Its _tn.ll tq tho school. Thn
ih"!'" .' ! lO?y toi k |)1 ic- nt :i
i.'.'lm . ? ? ? nn ai n- nc. pf i ivi ral liuii
1 dr. i, liicl.ii-. ropr. aanlatlveq bf tim
1 ordor and ui.ir!.,;- ,,r m,. Bohool Board,
! Tho Das ".v-as received on hohalt o? tho
sohool by Mlsa Agnea Crowder, the
teacher of tho school, Tho pupUs of tho
school woro Boslies ,.r the natlonal colara
and wavofl biitmerR of the siuik. AA'hlle
! the eatlre audlence was sfnglng "My
? Country, "J'U Ot Tlno" the liag was
r ed by a llttle girl. Tbo rpgt o" thu
ov nii s was spent ln .? soplal hc-sIqh,
con latlng '.r iipoeebos from menibors <if
lllfl Qrdey nnd inlalives Of tho clill.Ir?*n.
. ln .i illlapidu. -.! hou.-,- on Clrahum
Stroot, Just outsldo of Pulton, ln a flls
tresslng caso of povorty. In tho home
thoro resldcs a fntlier, molhor and a
number of Olilldron, who nro In doatltuto
clrcumntruica., bosldes llio inllior. mother
and three chlldren nro III and uro wlth?
out food nnd modlclnos. Tempbrary re?
llef wna glven them Sattnrday nnd tho
nelghbora aro dolng nll ln thelr power
to rollovo their wiints.
Tho churoh oa aro at work ln thelr be
hnjf, Any contributions left at tho
IVoplo's Drug storo or wlth Rov. W. S.
Loako wlll bo handed ovor to tho famlly.
Tha funeral of llusscll, tlio littlo son
of Mr. nnd Mra. .Goorgo Davla, of Fur
m.rdsvllle, toolt placo Sunday afternoon
from tho rosldenco. Tli" servlces were
conducted by Rov, John W. Daughorty,
pastor of tho Apoatolic Churoh'.
Work upon tho doopcnlng of the Jamea
wlll cotnmenco In nlioiit t?m dnys, I're-p
aratlona nro fast belng completed to be
gln tho work. A number nf men have
all arrlved, nnd tho lnrgo dredge, M. J,
l>egono, of Philadelphla. wna towed into
tlio harbor Sundav.
Tho honor puplls of tho achools ot
lowor Honrleo county for tho past week
aro mi follows:
Lioulslann Street School?~&Ua. Gauldlng,
Edna McCabe, Ronn Clnrko, Mamlo
Saundors, Gmco Nelson, Walter Encho,
Ciusslo Loonard, Edlth Loonttrd, Graco
Hn.rtellus, ireno Seay, Edlth Hartcllus,
Ohrla Sears, Joalo Mlnter, Catherlne
M Inter. ,
Fulton Hlll School-Lola Whltlock,
Charllo Whltloclt, Jcsslo Romer, Allco
Olll, Vlvian Clarko. Wllllo Chnllcloy, Ire
doll Enronghty, Fannle Dansy, Lowoll
Wllds, Bnrhara Romer, Marlo Wllds,
Jamos ITughos, Graco Kersey.
Laairel Hlll School?Mamle Amory,
Bliuicho Burnett, Lewla Blocchll, Panny
Burnetto, Harry ITodglns, Vcsta Bur
Troe Hlll School?Mlss Bnuer's class?
Edna Drlnkcr, Cltir.a Jenklns, Gertrude
Portewlg, Annlo Shaw, I.nnnlo Wnrrlner.
Mlsa Wngner's class?I.loyd Beasley,
Bmmctt Drlnkcr, Irene Southward, Lella
Warrlner. Allco Hoke, Clyde Southward.
Mr. Gordon Enronghty entertained a
number of his frlends at hls resldence,
No. 3S2B Seventh Street, In.st Wednesday.
An enjoynble evenlni. wns spent In musio
nnd parlor gamesv. Tlie Fulton Hlll
Quartette and Mandolln Club wore pres?
ent and enllvened tho evenlng wlth thelr
Stntlonmnn James Grubba, of Englne
Company No. S, Is qulte slck nt hls resl?
dence on Nlcholson Stroet.
Mrs. "Wllllam French hns returned
home n-Cter a pleasajit vistt to frlends ln
Representatlvos of Bowhntnn Lod_.e.
Knlirhts of Honor, last woek ih-id to the
h-Mrs of the lnto Dr. Wlllinm Farrar
}2.000, the amount of hls claim wlth the
order, The settlem-ent was made In less
tlinn twori-y days after tho papers were
Mr. Charles Chlldre^s left Saturday o.f
ternoon to accept a po.-ltion wlth a large
book bindery in Danville.
? Mrs. J. M. Brynni ls qulte sick at her
rosldenco nt the Natlonal Cemetery.
Tho funeral of Hugh Kennedy. thc flvc
year-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ken?
nedy, of Loulslana Street, took place
yosterday at 3 o'clock.
DUG UP~THE BOXES
AND GOT THE REWARDS
(Bv Ass.cSiiti'il Prois.)
KNOXVILLE, TENN., February 23-~
'Squiro A. Buffatt, of a speclal investl
jrating commltteo, to-dny swore out a
warrnrit agalnst a negro charging fraud
In obtaining approprlations for burlals
from tho Knoxillle County Court.
It Is clalmed tho commlttee vlsltod tho
county cemetery nnd exhumed n num?
ber of cofflns. or boxes, ln whlch it wns
clalmed paupers had been burled. If la
charged thnt of thls numbor about sev
enty box,-s had no bodles ln them.
It ls alleged by the committoe thnt the
burlals of the empty boxes hnd been
practlced to get money from the county
for ''burying paupers."
MOBILE'S MARDI GRAS
Emperor Felix Arrives and the Keys ,
Are Turned Over to Him.
(By Aasucluteil Press.)
MOBILE, ALA. February 23.?Tho
Mardi Gras festlvltles hero begun to-day
-wlth' tlio arrlval of Emperor Fellx and
hls attendants, to whom the keys of tlio
clty wero delivered, A publlc rcception
in his honor was hold this evenlng, and
to-nlght liis queen was crowned.
Tho clty ls crowded wlth visltors.
Gregorian Vespers Clianted.
Bishop Van de Vyver's
Ono of tho largest con_rregatlon3 ln tha
history of St. Peter's Cathedral assem
blevl Sunday night bo hear tho Gregorian
vespers solemnly chanted by a tralned
ehorus of l'oxty members of the Knlghts
of Columbus, und a sermon sultable lo
tho occaslon preached hy the Rt. Rev.
BIshop Van de Vyver.
Thoso who had tho good fort uno to g-et
eoats in tho church, many being turned
away, owlng to tho crowd, declare that
tho sermon was the most forcoful und
eloquent ever delivered here by tho
BIshop. Ilis subject was tho "Saaument
of Pemince," For more thon a half hour,
during which tlmo ho spoke, the vast
oongrogatlon listened with rapt attentlon
to hls vigorous words. Ilo hundlod hls
argumonts in inusterful stylo, most
whlch were drawn from Ch'rlst's words
1n Ilis apciotle-s?'-'Whose sins you shall
retiiln, they aro retalned j whose slns you
shnll forglvo, they aro forglven." J-lls
subject proper wns preceded hy words
roferrlng specially to tho work of tho
Knlghts of I'oluinhus. Ho compllmented
tlii'in on thelr lnrgo atteiidiince, und ex
hiirii-vl thom piirticulairly to follow out
thelr groal prinoip'lo of loyalty to . God
nnd country, Tho BIshop will IITcowIro
preach u course of sermons during tho
Suiiday evonlngs of I/ont,
The eclebrani of tho vespers was Very
Rov. J. ,1. Howler. vilar-geiiQiul of lliu
diocose, nsslstod by Rov. Fatbors O'Rell
|y nnd Mnnty, of thn Sacred Hcnrt Church,
and Rev, John McVe'rry. of St. Patrlck's,
Mlsa Nlnii. Kandolph preslded nt tlio 01'
The Knlghts o_. Columbus, somo 200
stroug, inarehed into tho churoh ns tho
rliolr sang "Onvyurd, Chrlstian Soldiers!"
Thero were four ehantois couslstlng of
Mossro. Wllllam Fltinogan, John Finnc
nun, Leo Rlviigher nnd J, Morocock,
These and tlio chorus roiiriored wlth grcni
btfncl tho alli'i'iiiitn vorse.s of tho PhuIiii*;
"Dlxil Deinluus" nnd M___atus' Vlr." The
vcraos of tho second and fourth Psnlms
n'ltornated wlth tha wholo chonw n)id a
linrmi._ilz.iil qiinrtetta ooniposixl of .Me-^rs,
Walter M.iliini.y, Georgo Powell, Dr. Wil
lliiih McGowan and Mr. Keennn, Tlm
"\'iiil Ci'i-aioi-" of tho t|Uartotto wus
vory flno, aa nlso tho "O Halutarla" of
Mr. l-'o Meaghdr, nud Iho dtiet "Ave
Reglntt" of -Mi'SHiia. Cu.nopa and Keennn,
Miizuil's gr.nl '?Muglllfjcllt" Was Btrlk
Tlio chorus wus ]cd by Mr, George Mc
ou Tuesday, March Jkl, the Jutilleo of
pnpn Lvii will ho colebrnted at tho Cn
tltedral wllh solen.n high mass ?iuU u
eermou by RtV, l/at'Uer W&tora.
To all who regard good llnen ns
ono of llfo's noccflsHIc" it is Itnport
ant to know thnt wo aro rcgardod
by tho bost drcssors ns tho makors
of shirts thnt urlvo satlsfnctlon.
Dress and fntir.v slilrts.
Our Iniportod Scotoh, Mndrns ni7(l
Oxford Shlrfcings aro uxcollontj
solid eolors, blue, pink, whlte; neat
dark and wliltn strlpos nnd llgurcs;
All mado lnto shirts thnt ilt?or
sold by tho yard.
Prices, $2.00 Up.
W. S. Constable & Co.,
903 E. Maln Street.
TO ALICK A. OOODAVIN:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lhat a
lot of land descrlbe.l as follows: 70x140
feet. Lot No. 4. Square 30. und Lot No.
16, Squarn l.i, Highland Park. loeated ln
Brookiand Magisterlal District. Hnnnco
county, A'a., wns sold on the 13th dav ot
January. ">9w, "or dellnquent taxes, Ibvles.
Interests and costs due thereon, for tho
yoar ISfS, to tho Commonwoalth of A'lr?
ginla; an applicatlon for tho purchaso
thereof hns been fliod ln thls office, nnd
It appearlng from the records In thls offlce
that you are Interested In tho sald land.
you. are further notllle.I to appear here ln
four months from the date of thls appli?
catlon nnd do what may bo nccosary to
proteet your Interests.
Given under my hand thls 10th dav of
SAMUEL P. AVADDILL,
Clerk Henrlco County Court, Vlrglnla.
SAMUEL P. WADDH.L, aerk.
TO MARY E TTLER, HARRIBT A.
TYLER ."- MARTHA ORAYSON:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIKIKO thnt n
lot of land descrlbed ns follows: Forty
elght feet on Compromlse Streot, loeated
In Falrflold Magisterlal District, Henrlco
county, A'a., wns snld on the 17th day of
Fobruary, 19>>), for dellnquent taxes,
levles, interests and costs dll'e thereon,
for the year 1R9S, to the Commonwoalth
of Vlrglnla; nn applicatlon for the pur?
chaae thereof hns boen llled In thls otTlee,
nn.l it appearlng from tbe records of this
offlce that you aro lntcre.*>W\l In snld lnnd,
you are further notifled to appear here in
four months from tho date nf thls notlee
and do what may be necessary to proteet
Olven under my hand thls lGth day of
SAMUEL P. AA'ADDILL.
Clerk Henrlco County Court, Vlrglnla.
SAMUEL P. AA'ADDILL, Clerk.
TO JAMES H. I1ARTON:
YOU ARE 1IKRE11" NOTIFIED thnt
the two lots of land descrlbed as fol?
lows: Lots Nos. 7 nnd 12. ln Hlock 14. each
CO feet. In Barton Heltrhts. loeated ln
Brookiand Mnirlstc.rlal District, Henrlco
county. A'a. wns snld on the lr.th dav of
February, 1K>4, for dellquent taxes, levles,
Interests and eosts duo thereon, for the
year 1S92, to the Commonwoalth of A'lr?
ginla; an applicatlon for tho purchaso
thereof has beon flled ln thls offlce. and
It .appearlng from the records of thls of?
flce that you are interested ln the sald
lnnd. you nre further notifled to appear
here In four months from the date of thls
notlee and dn what mny be necessary to
proteet your Interests.
Given under my band thls 16th day of
SAMUEL P. AA'ADDILL.
Clerk Henrlco County Court, A'lrginla.
SAMUEL P. AVADDILL, Clerk.
Riehmond Commandery No. 2.
rtlohrnond, A'a., Feb, 23. 1903.
SIR KNIOHTS-ATTEND A STATED
(.'onelnve of your Commandery at your
asylum In the Masomc Temple on
TUESDAY, 24TU 1NSTANT. at 8 P. M?
In cltlzen's dress. Merrbers of the
Commandery of St. Andrew, No, 13, and
translent Sir Knlghts are courteously
Invlted to be present.
By order of the Emlnont Commander.
THOS AV. M'CAW,
Atte-st?W. M. AA'llliams, Itecorder.
NOTICE IS ifERK-BY GIVEN THAT
tho annual meetlng of tho stockholders
of the CHESAPEAKE AVHSTERN
RAILAVAY wlll be hel.l at tlie prlhcl"
pa! offlce of tho enmpanv. No. 1011
Kast Maln Street. Rlclimohd, A'a.. on
Tuesday, the 3d day of March. ]S>i3,
at tho hour of 30 o'clock A. Af. for
tho election of dlrectors and for tho
transaction of such other business as
inuy properly como before lt. JOHN
L, WARD. Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN THAT
the annual meetlng of tho Stockholders
of tbe CHESAPEAKE WESTERN CO.
will be held at tho prlricipnl office of
tho Company, No.- 1011 E. Maln Streot,
Riehmond, A'a., on TUESDAY, lhe 3d
day of March, 190.1. at 11 o'clock A. M?
for thn electlon of dlrectors nnd tho
transaction of such other misiness ns
may properly como beforo tho meetlng.
JOHN C. AVARD, Secretary.
NOTICTE,?THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF
tbe Stockholders of (he VIRGTNIA HOT
SPRINGS COMPANY. fpr the purposo
of olectlng Dlrectors nnd for the trans?
action of such other business ns mav
lawfiilly como beforo tbe meetlng. wljl
bo hold nt tho offleo of the Company,
Chesapeake and Ohlo Rallwav C.enoral
Offlce Bullding. In tho citv nf Riehmond,
A'a., on TTJIsSDAY, Feliruarv 24, 1903,
at 12 o'clock M. Tho transfer books wlll
bo closed on Monday, Fobrnarv 1(1, 1903,
nt ll P. M., and roinnln closed until 10
A. M. Wi-dnosiluv. February Vh, 1903,
_A. TREV.VETT. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEET ING OF THK
Stochltolflora of THE E, R. TAYLOR
COMPANY wlll bo held nt tbe offleo of
the Company, No. lou East Mnlri stroet.
Rlohmond, A'n,, on MONDAY, March
9. 19^3, at 4 o'clock P. M.
CHARLES IC. COULL1NO,
8ecri'?nrv nnd Treasurer.
HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADM'lNIS
trator of tho estate of niy futhor tim
lnto UOUKIt'l'. C, MORTON1 herobv
reqiiest lhat nll persons havlng claims
ngnliiHt sald estato will prosont t.Uem
tn me .nnd those indobted lo snld estato
wlll pleaso iiiahi- pnviiK iu to mo.
AV. JWALf.l-.R MORTON,
Admlnlstrator of Robert C. Morton
NOTICE OF AOENCY-^TO"ALL WHOM
It may coiicerii: Know nll hy thoBo pres*
ent>-. thnt I havn apiioiutod L. B. II \N
COCK an.l GEORGE A. I.ATlliioi' n,y
agents ti. CQtiduol the general wood und
ciuil buslness nt Thlrty-llrst and Popinr
Streets, Rieliiunnd. A'n.. under thn atvlo
oi UANCOCK & LATHROP. agents for
XV, F. l.ynum. AV. F. BYNUM. Pub*
ruiuy, 13, 1903.
Mnjor Anderson Improving,
MnJor AVillliun A. Anderson, Attorney.
viieral, who ii niukr livutmeiit nt St.
Luko'a Hospllal, ls niuitlng flno jirogrouu
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE DAYS.
By Oco. E. Crawford & Co.,
Roul Estitt" Agonta nnd Auctloneors,
.03 UiihI Mnln Street.
T-RUSTEI-'S SALE ?
THE FARM KNOWN AS ROCKETTS,
LYINO ON ,-EW FOUND RIVI.R,
IN HANOVER COUNTY. CON
TAlNINtl 211 ACRES WITH
LARGE HRICK RHKII.HNCE,
- IN GOOD ORDER,
In oxoctitlon of a cortnln tloed of trust
Ix'iirlng <lnlo Fohomry Mlh, 11)02. and duly
rocordad ln tho clerk s offlco ot Hnnuvor
County Court, D, U. ?!, pngo 276, nnd by
order of Ihe henollcliiry In sald dced, there
having been dnfnull ln tho payment of a
pnrtkm of the money thcroln sccurod, t
wlll offer for sale, on Uie premlses, on
SATURDAY MABCII 7TII,
at 1 o'clock P. M,, tho property abovo
referred to, nnd whlch Is too well known
lo requlre a more iletalleil ilcscrlptlon.
TEIlMS?Cnah ns to cost of salo, nnd
nny tnxos thnt mny bc duo, nnd a nnto
of three hundred and elglity-nlnc (,3,...0O)
dolldl'8, wlth Interest from February Mlh.
1003, untll pald; the rcsldue as follows:
Four .hundred and eleven (..11.00) dnllnrs
ln one yenr and four hundred nnd thlrty
Ihret! (.133.0.) ilollfirs In two years, nnd
tho balance ns mny be announced nt salo.
C, A. CRAWFORD, Trustee.
Ry A. ,1. C'huwntng Co.,
Real Estnte Atictlonocrs.
LOT AND IMPROVEMENTS,
NO. -121 CABELL STREET.
In oxoctitlon of a decree of tbe Law and
Equlty Court of the clty of RIchmond.
entered February II. 1M3, ln tho sult of
Mason vs. Maaon, wo wlll. as Speclal
Commlssloners th.foby nppolnted, aell by
auctlon. upon thc promlses, on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1903,
nt 4:30 o'clock P, M.. tlie proporty num?
bered as abovo, frontlng 2_*_ feet on tho
north llno of Cnbell Street bv a depth of
00 foot to nn alloy 10 feet wlde. .
TERM?Ono-lhlrd ensh. bnlanco ln
equal Instnlments nt 0 and 12 months for
notea, Intercst added, and tltln retalned
untll wholo of purchnse monoy ls pald
nnd conveyarieo ord-red bv the rourt.
OlLES ll.' JACKSON,
C. F. WHITTLE.
I hereby errtlfy that tho bond reqnlred
of the Speelul CommlsBloners hy the above
decree has been dulv irlven.
P. P. WINSTON. Clerk. I
I wlll sell at publlc auctlon on
FEBRUARY 25, I903,_
nt 11 o'rlook A. M.. at No. 41. West BriTad
Htreet, the followlng proporty, lo eatlsfy
a dlstress warrant ln my hands ln favor
of Ben, Nelsz vs. C. I. Copplnger. to-wlt:
Curtains, Show-Case. Clgars, clocks. lee
Hox. lot of Glossware, Bottles, (las Stovo,
Illackherry Wlne. Gln. Brandy. 2 Pt. bbla.
Whlskey. Mlrror. Back Bar, Bar Coun
ter. Partltlon, Electric Fan, etc, etc.
E. C. GARRISON, II. C. C. R.
HP1N & HUME,
Real Estate and lnsurance.
(Q 7-;0 AX ATTRACTIVE DWELL
^0,/C.U |N-G ln "West End." Beauti?
ful locatlon; very modern; 12 rooms.
?7 OnO WEST GRACE STREET RES
-J")"WlDI_NCE of 12 rooms.
?f.9 ?>Of. AN* S-ROOM BRICK DWEL
_P__.,Ot_"_f i.i-vjQ on Twentv-Bc-venth
Street between Broad nnd Marshall.
Duy a Homa on Ghestnut Kill.
We havo 6omo beautiful ones, varying
In prlco from .1,750 to -7.O.). some of whlch
can bo bought on a SMALL CASH PAY?
MENT AND BALANCE on very easy
A VERY PRETTY I.OT (56 feet) on
Grovo Avenue can tie bought chenp if
CLOSED AT ONCE. OR THE OWNER
WILL EXCHANGE for Improved Prop?
WE HAVE SEVERAL CIJSTOMERS
for SMALL HOMES on Church Hlll from
Jl.OC-i to $1,300. If you have such e place
for sale now Is your tlme to list lt.
< SUMS TO SUIT. LOWEST RATES
Unsurpassed facllltles for the colloctlo
' rents. Liheral advances mado. Promp
GHAPIN & HUFfiE, 13 N. I Ith St.
That very hnntlsome TJlRi.K-STORY
BRICK DWELLrXG No. OU Floyd
Avenue, in elcgdnt comlitinn in every
respect. SUTTON & CO.,
Tenth and Bank Streets.
(Approved Fob. 12, 1903.)
GRANTINti PERMISSION TO THE
TREDEGAR COMPANY, A CORPORA
TION DULY CHARTERED UNDER
THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF VIR
? (JINIA, TO CONSTRIJCT AND MAIN
TAIN A CEMENT CONCRETE RACJ3
WAY UNDER TREDEGAR STREET
NEAR THE, LINE OF S1XTH STREET.
Bo it orilained by tho Council of tho
clty of RIchmond:
lst. Thal permlasion ho nnd Is . hereby
granted The Trodegar Conipany, a cor?
poratlon duly charactered under the laws
ol* tho State of Vlrglnia; to construct und
nialiiiain a cement concroic racoway un?
der Trodegar Htreet near tho Une of
Slxth Stroot. subject tu tho conditlons
2d. Thnt sald racoway Is to he con
structed according to tho plan presented
by eald Trodegar Company. and now on
filo ln tho offlce of Clty Englneer; and
also ln such manner and lyith such ma-.
torlals us shall bo satlsfnctory to the
Ilil. The sald Trcdcgnr Comjiany shnll at
all tlmes keep sald racoway ln proper
ropalr. und shall make such rcpalrs ns tho
Commltteo on StroetH mny ut nny tlmo
doem roiisoiutblo for tho safoty of persons
uslng tho hlghway ovor sald racoway,
4th. The perinlBHion hereby granted shnll
at nny tlmo bo suhject to nny amendment
or revocutlon by tho Clty Council. Upon
ti rovocnlion or nniendmont of said per
uil.sloii, tho sald Trmlegnr Company, or
nny Buosotiiient owner of suld incowny,
sliull liiimi'iliately conform to such mtieml
ment or rovocnlion.
Oth, Tho sald purmlsslon Ih glvon subject
to llio conditlons thnt t.ho aald Tredegar
Company. PJ' a\\y suhsoquent owner of
sald racoway, wlll Indemnlfy. relmbuisa
and savo harniless tho clty of Richmond
for nny charges, dumu_.es, or cost tlmt
tho clty may be roqulreil to pav by rea?
son of any person belng Injured or clnin
agod ln nny way, ln property or pexsou,
by tho constructlon. exlstonco, or lin
proper or negllgetit iiiaiutciinnco of suld
rucewiiy. ? , , ,
uth. Beforo nny work ls dono under thls
ordinance, tho suld Tredegar CiJimmiiy
shall obtaln from tho Clty Englnoer hls
written porinit to exeavuto lu streets of
tho clty. ? ? ?
7th, For a fnlluro to conform fully to
tho provislons of thls ordinance. or uny
amoiidmoiit or revocutlon thoreof, or uny
roqulrcmont thoreundnr, the suld Treilegnr
Company, or uny subsequent ownor ot
sald rneoway, sluill bo liublo to a Ihui of
not loss than ten nor niuro than llfty
dollars; each duy's l'ulluro to bo a sepa
_t)i, Thls orillnaiu'o shnll bo In forco
from Its i>u,ssu__e,
UEN T. AUGUST. i
By Tho Vnlonllne Auctlon 6d?
Auctlonners. 012 Ifl. Brond Btrcot.
D IjTvEL7<Y^>nTi-'M 0V WATCHEA
T.,U.SnlTuFl',,,lly> MORNING, FEB 24TTT
at 10:"0 o'c ock, 100 llno sT, bi rini.ii iin
Oold-llllod .AVhlchOS, RO 1 R?Ln5rt
WntcliOB. FJIlver AVntchosAvair-h Chilfmi?
Cuff Buttons. MroochoH and rnlsenlT ,^m,_
Jnwelry. Rolie.l-Plntnd ^./'"""'"""?ooub
Snln mado on account of dlssolutlon of
conaern. and tho ontlro stock; must be
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO?
C. II. Ollver, Auct;nneer.
X24 West Broad Streot,?.'
f. UC.TION SALE" TO-DAY AT 10 ?M
"""* of a vory largo lot of housohold ru d
kltchen Furniture, 10 Oalc nnd AVnlmit
Chnmber Suits, 3 Parlor Suits, 1 Ch?nii
Press, I B.ank-Case, 1 Top Hllggy nn"u
stends, Buroaus. AVashstntidsr Tablos
Sl.loboards, Sewlrig Mnehlnosi C hnlr's
ged Springs, Mlrrors, PletureiV CloelM
Wnrdrobos, Kltchen Safcs, Cook and
Heatlng Stovo*. MattresHes, otc,
_ GEO, V, OLIVER, Salesman.
AUCTION SALES?FUTURE -DAYS..
By Auguatlno Royall & Co.
No. 19 10th St., Manchestor, Va,
..TC,M' Worthnm & Co.
18 N. Oth. Riehmond. Va.
Real Estato Auctloneers.
Bankrupi Gourl Sale
OF ONE OF THE MOST VALUABLE
Original Growths of Timber
IN POWHATAN COUNTY,
Containing 1,000 Acres, , Mon
ABOUT TWO AND ONE
HALF (3 1-2) MILES from
POWHATAN C. H. ON FARM
VILLE AND POWHATAN R.
R.; ON MARCH 5, 1903, AT
J2 O'CLOCK M. IN FRONT
OF THE UNITED
HOUSE, ON BANK
, STREET, RICH?
fn-'iiursiinnee of a decree of the Unlted
tates Dlntrlct Court for the Eastern
DMtrlct of A'lrginla, ln tho matter of
Robert Thrift, bankrupt, entcred on the
ith of February, !"03.
AVe the underslgned. wlll soll at publlo
auctlon 011 the day, hour, and at the
plnco mentloned above?the followlng
valuable tract of land, lylng and belng
ln Powhatan Co., A'lrginla, near Powha?
tan C. ll., about 2'J mlles from
Negro-Arm Statlon on tho Farmville &
Powhatan Rallroad; containing l.Oii)
acres, more or less. A plat of thls Prop?
erty will be cxhlblted on day of snle,
or may be seen by applicatlon to Auc?
tloneera before day of sale,
Thls property adjolns the lands of
Danl. Hatcher, Esn,., and Is justly con?
sidered one of the most valiiablo trncts
In sald county, for Its tlmber, whlch eon
slsts or original growth of oak nnd plne;
thero Is on thls land a largo nuantlty of
ftrst-clnss rallroad ties: Its proxl
mlly to the rnllrond nnd Its excellent
faclllties for Hhlpplng make It excecdlng
ly valuable, and taking Into consldera?
tion tho large nmount of tlmber whlch
can be cut from thls land. lt offera
speclnl Inducements to tlmber dealers
By dlrectlon of eald decree. the under?
slgned were dlrocted In thelr dlscretlon
to offer tlils property ln tho followlng
Flrst. Thev are authorlzed to sell tho
wood and lumbor 8 Inches nnd ovor ln
dlamoter. on tho stump. wlth authorlty
to cut and remove tho samo wlthin threo
(3) years from date of sale: Tho pur?
chaser to pay one-third (1-3) of the pur
chase monoy in cash, and the balanco
ln slx nnd nine months, equal Instal
ments, wlth Inforost ndded from date ot
sale, the purchaser to execute hls notes
for deferred payments; tltlo retalned un?
tll whole purchaso money Is pald.
Or seeondly. They are authorlzed to
sell sald Heal Estate, Including all lum?
bor thereon. and without any resorvatlon
thercfor, 1-3 casli, nnd tho balance In 8
and 12 months, In equal Instalments.
wlth lnterest added from date of sale;
tho purchaser to execute hls notes there
for; title to bo retalned untll the wholo
purchaso monoy Is pald.
In either caso the purchaser or pur
chasers shall have the rlirht to pay all
cash If ho or they shall so desire, or to
antlcipntc all deferred payments by
paylng- tho prlnclpal sum duo wlth ln?
terest to date of payment.
Tho underslgned reserve the rlght to
offor first tha timber sepnrately; to bo
removed aa above stated; and then to
offer the land nnd timber, reservlng tho
rlght to accept whlch ever bld In thelr
Ju.lgment ls bost for tho lnterest of oll
A. B. APPERSON.
Admln. of Jas. L. Apperson, Tr.. dee'd,
GEO. A. JONES.
Asslgnee & Trustee,
By Augustlne Royall & Co.,
Real Estnte Agents and Atictioneers,
Office:. No. 19 Tenth Street Leader Bldg.,
A UCTION SALE
One of tho Nleest Suhurhan Houses and
Lots on Maury Street, Just outslde the
corporute llmlts of Manchestor, Vn., Im
medlately ln front of Nlnth Street, 011
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY" 25, 1903,
at 4:30 o'clock P. M., on tho premlses.
? Bv requost of tho owher (a non-rcsl
tlen't) we wlll sell nt publlc auctlon, on the
day, hour and placo name above, that
very nlce two-storv Frame Resldence, sit?
uated on the south side of Maury Street,
In the countv of- Chesterllold, between
Nlnth nnd Tenth Streets. Thls handso7ne
lot fronts 31 1-3 foot by 1C3 feot deop. Thls
Is a most deslrnble homo, Just across the
street from the clty llmlts, whero the tax
is voi'y smnll. and nt tho same tlme have
nll a.lvniitnges of the- clty. Cal] on the
underslgned beforo day of snle for further
tnformation. Thls property prosents many
advantages and should attract speclal at?
TERMS?Liberol, and mnde known at
AUGUST1NE ROYALL & CO?
By Edward S. Roso Company,
Real Estate Auctloneers.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
HOUSE AND LOT ON SCOTT STREET.
By virtuo of a certaln deed of trust
dated 12th of July, 1S92, of record in
c'lork's offlce, Henrlco County Court, D.
B. 1-10 A, pngo 147, defuult havlng heen
mado in the payment of the debt theroln
socured, and bchig requlred by tho bene
flc.lary so to do, wo wlll on
AVEDNESDAY, THE 2CTH DAY OF
. FE11RUARY. 1903. AT 3 P. M.,
soll by auctlon, upon the premlses, 27xlS2
feot of land, wlth tho Improvementa
thereon, situated on tho wost llno of
Scott Strcot, Kl foot north of a ln-foot al
lav, ln tho snld county of Henrlco,
TERMS-Cn-di ns to oxpenses of snle,
nnd balanco due on bond of jou); tho resl
duo us may be named at tlmo of salo.
L. AV, GLAZE BROOK,
E. U. SPENCE.
JO LANE STERN,
Qeo. AV. Mayo, Auctloneor,
1205 East Maln Streot,
r/HN'S AND RoFs* SUITS AND
? PANTS, RICYCLE PANTS. OVER?
COATS, SHOES. SWEATERS, OVER
ALI,S: LADIES' SKIRTS. CAPES,
CLOAKS. KHIUT WAISTS AND DHESS
ES, NOTIONB, W__ AT AUCTION.
I will bciII ot my nuetlon-houso (second
(loor) ut 10:30 A. M.
AVEDNESDAY, VMil 25. 1003.
217 Men's Suits, 3m, Boys' Suits, 453 pair
Piinlu, 28 pair ltleycl'a Pants, .71 Over
ooats, S-i A'osts, 21 SweatoiH, Ladles' Shlrt
Wulsts, Hugliuis, Sklrtu, Cnpos. Dressos
nnd Clnuks. 30 Chlldron's Conts, Mnn'a
AVhlto nnd Co or'od Shirts, Ovornlls, Tles,
Collars, Cuffs, Collur aml Cuff Buttons,
Men's, Children's und Ladles' Shoo?.
Notlons, etc. *
A. R, Mayo, Proprletor.
Uoo. 14. Valoutlno, Balcmnau,