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TO ASK CITY
$10,000 for Monument to the
CITY'S PLEDOE OF 1864
Revlved In Support of Welghty Petition
of Taxpayera to Be Presented
??; at the Councll'
Greatly oncouragod by tho patrlotlo and
?frell-appTOved action of tho Leglslaturo
In grantlng a slto ln Capitol Squaro and
$10,000 for tho purposo of oroctlng aa
cnuestrlan statue of Q'enornl J. 13. B.
fituart, C. S. A? aa a monument to hlm
_elf,,and lho poerless young cavalrymon
that foilowod i lilm through tho traglc
days of tho Confoderato war, tho Voteran
Cavalry Associatlon, a/n. V., aro about
tp try to brlng thelr long labors almost
to nn end, by securlng an eciual appro?
priatlon In monoy from tho clty, whlch
tho monumont wlll go to beautlfy and
jglorlfy, ln tho lrnmodlnto defenso of
whlch the gallant and IndlsporiHuble Oen-,
eral gavo up hls llfo. To that end, tho
followlng petition has been prepared and
ii? belng clrculated for stgnuturos;
'?To the Honorablo, tho Clty Councll:
"Gentlemen,?We, the urideralgried clU
rens of Blchmond, taxpayers, approclat
lng fully the storn patHotlsrn, hlgh gener
ulship and noblo vulor exhlbltod by
?Major-Goneral J. E, B, Stuart, C, S. A.,
In crontlng and maklng glorlous tho
cavalry arm of tho Arrny of Northorn
Virginla. In our lato struggie for the pros
ervutlon of constltutlonul llborty, and re
cognlzlng the fact that ho gavo hls llfo
In battlo In ropulslng a vandal rald upon
thls capltal clty; und romemberlng tho
clty's solcmn Councll ordlnanco of May
.14, 1804, whereby lt was agreed that In
consldoratlon of Mrs. Stuurt'tf allowlng
tfier husband's body to romaln hero undor
Its caro, tho clty wouid 'oommemoralo
by a sultablo monument, Its gratltudo
and hls servlces.'
j "In tho presonco of these hlgh consld
eratlons, wo urge you (and wo belleve that
Ihe sentlment of all tho people is wlth us)
to apportlon and approprlate ten thousand
dollars ($10,000) and placo lt at the dls
posal of tho Votoran Cavalry Associatlon
of fho Army ot Northorn Virglnia, to bo
Msetl by them ln erccting un ecpiestrlan
ttntuo of Gonoral Stuart on a Bolected
slto In tho Capitol rescrvatlon."
, .Thls polltlon is bolng clrculated by tho
local offlcors of tho association nnd oth?
ers. Tho officers of the associatlon aro:
Qeneral Fitzhugh Leo, president*' Genor
Als L. lt. Lomox,-M. C. Butler, Willlam
yfl. Payno, XV. P. Boberts, T. T, Munford
'and^ Major H. B, McClollan, vlco-presl
flenls; Captnln W. Ben. Palmer, seero?
tary; Mr. jeffry Montaguo, asslstant sec
tetary; Mr. E. A, Catlln, treasurorj Cap
tiln Marlon Dlmmock, chalrman Exocu
fve Commltteo; Colonel Charles T. O'Fer
,iall, Major A. B.'Venablo, Captaln John
Lamb, Messrs. Joseph Brynn, James B.
? lordon. John W. Gordon, P. H. Mayo,
fc. C. Mlnor, Charles Seldon, Frank T.
lutton. Joseph W. Thomns, L. B.
jl*Yiuglian, James Vass anjl James B.
.verth, oommltteemen.. Tho commlttee
"rlll'go to the Councll meotlng'oh Monday,
'April 7th, ln a body. to present thls petl
?lon. and air members of tho assoclntlon
iro requestcd to attend also.
?Tlie ordlnance of Mny M, 1S54, referred
<0,- nnd upon the moral obllgatlon of
yhlch tho associatlon basos Its hopes,
p tlio followlng, passed two days aftor
"Whoreae, the peoplo of Blchmond, In
common wlth tiielr fellow-cltlzons of the
Confederato States, havo to deploro tn
the death of Major-Goneral J, E, B. Stu?
art not only the loss of ono of tho flrst
jillltary characters of fho age, but also
tho loss of a cltlzen whose emlnent pa
/.riotism and pure llfe gavo tho best guar
anteo that his great milltary capaclty
wouid never be otherwlso .employed than
in the causo of freedom and for the wel
fnre of hls country; and
"Whereas, thoy not only recognlze tflils
thelr great mlsfortune, ln common wlth
the rost of tholr countrymen, but bearlng
tn mlnd that ho yielded up his heroic splrit
iln tho Immedlato defonse of thelr clty and
ln a suecessful offort to purchaso thelr
. eafety by tho sacrlflco of hls own llfo,
they are protoundly moved wlth sontl
, jncnts of gratltudo for hls great servlces
nnd of veneratlon for hls glorlous mem
ory, and aro dcslrous to express nnd to
record tihelr sonso of peculiar obllgatlon
Jn nn emphatlo and a permanent manner;
therofore, bo It
"Besolved, That the Councll of tho clty
jof Blchmond, in bohalf of tho cltlzens
'thereof, tonder to tho famlly of Genornl
fituart thelr deepest and most hoartfolt
cjmdolenco, ancl oornestly requost thnt
tho remnlns of their grent bonofactor may
bo pormitted to remain undor tho oyo and
gunrdlanshlp of tiho poplo of Blchmond,
and that they may be allowed to com
memornto by a sultablo monument thelr
eratltudo and hls servlces."
'' A copy of tho abovo proamblo and rcs
' olutlon wne communlcated to Mrs. Stu
?rt and mot wlth her approval. General
Stuart is buried In Hollywood, and hls
?firave is marked by a monumont orcctod
et the expense ot hls famlly. Tho clty
'\as not cnrrlcd out Its purposo expressed
h tho ordlnnnce. A number of years ago
/ho Councll offered the Stuart Monumont
Committee the 8.0,000 slto nt tho Junctlon
[bt Broad Streot nnd tho Brook Boad, ln
; jllscharge of Its obllgatlon, but owlng
" \o nn unfortunate dlsngreement, whlcli lt
' Wouid bo unprofltablo to rovlve, the slte
?vns rojectea by tho commlttoo of tiiat
l lay. It sooms to bo vory gonerally deslred
.thnt nll concerned should let dlsagroenble
?fbygonos Bloep, and all unlte, in a sympa
In the arts tna chlnery ls i good
servant but a bad master, In
other words, machlncry unai*
sisied by hand-work produces
no work of art, The
has realized this truth
and no piece of silver
leaves its workshop
that has not received
the loving finishing
touches of the trained
human hand. Some
are entirely hand
wrought from start to
finish. .But all bear
the one distinciiishing
stamp of value?the
thetlo movement to ralsc hlstorio honors
to the noblo dead and to tho undylng prln?
clplos for whlch all the droadful sacrl
flcos of the past and tho many plnchlng
llmltatlons of tho presont wero made.
HAS ~)ONE FINE BUSINESS
Gratlfylng Reports at Meetlng of Trust
and Safe Deposlt Company.
Tho annual meetlng df tho,stockholders
of the Hlchmond Trust and,Saf_ Deposlt
Company was held yosterday at 12
o'clock. Tho reports mado by tho offlcera
of the company showed Its condltion to
bo most favorabla During tho past
year tho company pald to its stockhold?
ers dlvldends amountlng to J.0,000 and
added $_.,..2.G0 to its surplus, making
that Itom now J7~_,1_-.G-,
Tho followlng were elected dlrectors
for tho ensuing yoar: , Messrs. E. B.
Addlson, John L. Williams, Jamos H.
Dooloy, S. -XV. Travers, John W. Bothert,
XV. M. Habllston, J. William Mlddendorf,
Baltlmore, Md.; C. Sidnoy Shepard, New
Haven, N. Y.j Robert C. Davldson, Bal?
tlmore, Md.; Krnst Thalmann. New
York- F. R. Pemberton, New York; Isaao
T. ?Mann, Bramwell. W. Va.; W. W.
(Ma.kall, Savannah, Oa.; John Skelton
Williams, Robert S. Bosher, S. D. Cren?
shaw, E. G. I-elgh, Jr., J. Stowart Bryan,
Beverly B. Munford, Bppa Hunton, Jr.,
and H. I~ Cabell. . .
This is practlcally tho samo board
whlch serv-U last year, with the excep
tlon of tho addltion of Mr. Hunton. who
is of tho firm of Munford, Hunton, Wil?
liams & Anderson. of thls city. and Mr.
Mackail, who ls president of tho Savan?
nah Trust Company. and very prominent,
In tho business development of tho South.
Thls is one of tho largest and most
successful trust companies ln the South,
and tho result of the year's business
reflects the highest credlt upon the
management. ' , ' - ?
1 fiarton Jifeiff/tts. \
Thero will be a flne concert ln ^_tho
Parlsh Hall Frlday ovonlng, March 27 h
at 8 o'clock, for the benefit of tho Solid
South nnd Tennessee tables In tho Confed?
erate Bazaar. _
The very best talent haa been secured
and a dell'ghtful programme arranged.
Tlckets are on salo at tho drug store.
also at Mr. Jones' notlon store. Admls?
slon. twenty-flvo conts.
Mrs. J. P. Haupt, who haa been very
sick at her homo on Virginla Avenue, la
Miss Mayme Crovo erpects to spend
the Easter holldays wlth friends ln Wash?
ington and Baltlmoro. '
Mrs. J. W. Atkins. who has been qulto
slck at her homo on Miller Avenue, Is
Improvlng. _ . ,
Mrs. Coffey, who has boon quite slck
at her home ln Brookland Park, is lm?
provlng. _ ? ',..'?'_? __
Mlss Helen Brlggs, who Is vislting In
Newport News, will return to-morrow.
Mlss Esthor Feather is vlsltlng her
frlend, Mlss Goldle Dickons.
Mlss Amy Carter, ot Greensboro, N.
C, is vlsiting her aunt, near tho Seml?
nary. .'?'" '?'? , ,
Mlss Reta May Flanagan ls quite slck
at her homo on York Street, wlth the
Mr. Whlte, who has been qulto sick
at hls homo on Ladles' Mllo Road, has
MIbs Ellzabeth Chrlstlan Is qulto slck
at her homo on Monterio Avonuo.
Mlss Mary Haw, of Hanover, ls vlsltlng
frlonds ln Hlghland Park.
Mrs. Smlthors, of Ashland, ls vlsltlng
Mrs. Wlngfleld in. Hlghland Park.
Mrs. J. XV. Atkins, who hns been quite
slok, ls able to be out ngaln.
Rov. D, 1C. Waltholl has returned from
Mlss Ermlno Loirtso Thompson, who
hns been qulto sick at her homo ln
Flnalto, ls ablo to be out agaln.
Mrs. A. F. Mlllor Is quite slck at hor
Mr. Todd, of Chestnut Hill, has left for
Fork Unlon, to vlslt friends.
Mr. J. St. Jones, who has been vlsltlng
hls parents, has returned to Atlanta.
Mr. J. ,W. Sharp lias returnod from a
CRUSHES OUT #%
Tlie most loathsome and repulsive of all ^^^?9^_W ?^i. _f
Hving things js the serpent, and the vilest and .^ssa**^ -~-^9f_f0r
most degrading of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. The
serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the poison passes
through the entire body, Contagious Blood Poison, beginning with a little
ulcer, soon contarainai.es every drop of blood and spreads throughout the
whole system, Painful swellings appear in the groin., a red rash and
copper colored splotches break out on the body, the mouth aud throat
become ulcerated, and the hair and eye brows fail out j but these syinptoms
are inild compared to the wretchedness and suffering that come in the latter
stages of the disease when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the
body, It is then that Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hldeous
ness, The deep eating abscesses and sickening ulcers and tumors show
the whole system is corrupted and poisoned, and unless relief comes soon
this serpent disease tightens its coila and crushes out the life. The only
antidote for the awful virus is 3, S, S, It is naturo'm romody, com
posed entirely of vegetable jngredients, S, S. S,
destroys every vestige of the poison, pnrifies the
blood and removes all danger of transmitting the
awful taint to others, Nothing else will do this.
Strong mineral remedies, Uke mercury and potash,
dry up the sores aud drivein thp disease, but donotcurq permauentiy.
Send for our home treatment book and write us if in need of medical
?dvice or epecial iuformation. , Thi3 will cost you nothlng.
IHE SWIFT SPECMG CO.. ATLANTA, CAs
Committee Named to Take Up
Questlon of Smaller Body
AND TO PAY THE MEMBERS
Probnble Thnt a Report May Be Made
in Favor of Both Proposltlons.
The Jolnt Committoo
Presldents WlHlam M. Turpln and Sol
I_. Bloomberg, of the Board ot Aldermon
and Common Councll, rospectivoly, yos?
terday mornlng returned to Clty Clerk
B. T. August the name aof those members
who have been solooted to servo on a
Jolnt commltteo whlch, undor resolution,
Is to Investlgato tho advlsablllty of de
creasing the roprcoontatlon of the varl?
ous ward8 ln tho Council and the fea
ulbllity of a plan to pay membera for
From the Common Councll there wlll be
Mesars. Garbor (who wlll be chalrman),
Fergusson, Heslep, Hlcks and Ellett.
From tho Board, Messrs. Whittet, Wood,
Hall and Donahoo. Mr. Garbor haa been
mado the chalrman becauso he la tho
"father" of the rosolutlon, and lt la now
up to hlm to say when and where the
commltteo shall- meot.
MAY MEET SOON.
As yet tho chalrman Is undecldcd as to
when he wlll.have a moetlng of tho body,
but an effort wlll bo mado to get to?
gether and formulate a .oport before
tho next rogular meotlng of the Coun?
oll, although thla seoms Improbable, as
tho questlon ls one that wlll requlre
long and caroful oonslderatlon beforo any
declslve actlon ls taken.
Slnce tho resolution was offerod in tho
Common Councll and adopted, thore has
been much Bpeculation as to tho .outcome
of tho investigation. Thore aro those who
predlct that it wlll bo recomrnended that
tho roprcsentatlon of each ward ln both
branches bo materlally decreased.
It haa boen argued that tho CoUncIl
as it ls at present constltutod has too
many mombors for the good of tho clty,
needed leglslatlon bolng,unnecossarlly de
layed by falluro of aufflclont members
to attend meetings to constltuto a legal
In addltion, lt ls held that even after
the body ls in session, much tlme Is lost
and delay occaslonod by tho dobato and
frequent lnterrujitlons, lt belng noxt to
Imposslblo to have every mombor thor?
oughly understand a proposltlon.
A DARG-'E BODY.
At present the Councll 13 composed of
?flfty-slx members?flve councllmen and
threo aldermon from each ward. Thls ls
said to ovorshadow any slmllar body ln
the country. whero tho city Ib no larger
Two councllmen and one alderman, lt is
claimed, would be an lmprovement over
the present system, and would facllltato
materlally tho accompllshlng of import?
Frequently members of both branches
In prlvato conversatlon have stated that
there wero too many men In tho body.
Thus, It would seem that tho proposltlon
? to decrease-tho number wlll meet wlth
approval. ? ?
Tho schome to pay the councllmen a
small sallary as a compensatlon for the
dutles performed by them wlll probably
bo recomrnended and may be adopted.
OF THE UNIVERSAL
( Reports are abroad to the. effect that
a reorganizatlon of the Unlversal Tobac?
co Company ls lmmlnent.
Transaotlons ln the stock of tho com?
pany havo recently boen vory few, but
during tho past week two hundred shares
were sold on tho curb at Now York at
21-2 apleco, whlch ls nearly ten polnts
lower than the former prico bf the stock.
It is said by somo that thls purchaso
was by partles who contemplated a com?
piete reorganizatlon of tho company and
that ln all probablllty some of those ln
control at present wlll drop out. Some
of tho most important constltuent flrms
of the Unlversal havo passed from under
Board of Canvassers.
The Governor was busy at hls routlne
business yesterday untll 2 o'clock, ex?
cept for a short tlmo ho waa ln the meet?
lng of tho State Board of Canvassors.
Thls body transacted only a blt of unlm?
portant business. The Governor spends
a consldorablo part of his tlmo eonsldor?
lng bllls that have passed both branches
ot tho Legislature. Just now, among
the proposed moosures wlth whlch ho Is
wrestling Is that whlch Is deslgned to
cut out from eligibility to election to tho
State iBoard of Educatlon all sohool
suporlntendonts who havo wrltten a book
or invented a sohool appllance.
Tho caso of tho fourteen-year-old boy,
Wlllle Mittor, who was arreBtod by Cap?
taln Tomllnson on the chnrgo of belng a
vngrnnt, went over to Aprll .th In tho
Police Court for investlgntlon. Tho boy
Is alleged to have imposed upon tho pub?
llc by appeals for ald for hls bllnd father,
Mr. John Ross, of Llverpool, England;
Mr. J. H. Bell, of J. & F. Boll. of Glasgow,
Scotlnnd, nnd Mr. Charlos Campbell, of
I.oulsvlllo, Ky., who havo beon vlsltlng
tho Kentueky markots, aro now ln Vlr?
Mr. C E Kersey, of Danvllle, waa ln
the clty yestorday.
THE IMPERIAL OUT
IN THE WEST
Acqulres Control of Stenv
merles of American To?
The movemente of tb. Imperial Tobacco
Company of Kentueky aro belng watch
ed here wlth no littlo IntereBt,
The new concorn has Juat consum
mated, a deal whereby tho control of the
two plants of tho AVIlllam Clarke & Sons
Company, at Hendorson and Paducah, and
also tho Btommerles of tho Amorlcan To?
bacco Company, at Heiidersou and Nobo,
Ky? como lnto Its control.
Thoro ls good reason to bollovo that the,
formatlou of tho Imporiul Tobacco Com
jiany of Kontucky works tlio flrst step ln
a movomopt to oovor Uio wost na.lt hns
alroady doua Vlrglnla and North Caro?
llno. Tho movement wlll have tho ot
foct of ellmluatliig a largo number of
cxportors frop. the trado.
00 BROAD ST.
Store for Success nnd Success for the People,
J. H. BU5BY
The OreatCash and Credlt Store.
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PRINOr enthusiasm pervades tho store, Wo aro now readv?our stock is new ancl at its best. The store is
?-yours. Come and see how well we can pleaso you. We extend to the ladies of Richmond and Manchester
a rriost cordial invitation to call and examine our immense stock, either as observer or purchaser.
GRAND QPEHIHG QF OUR M1LLIHEBY AHD LADIES' DEPABTMEHT.
The whole of our spacious socond floor erowded to overflowing.
Under the Sklllful
Miss Hattie Jacobs,
of New York.
You will find this department
,up to date with the latest and.
most artistic creations.
Collarless Blouse Venotlan Cloth
Buits, taffeta lined Jackets, sklrt nlne
gored flare, yoko offoct, percallno
?lrop, suit trimmed wlth taffeta bands.
Nobby Tailored. Sults of flno Engllsh
Tweed, postlllon blouso wlth trlplo
capo, stolo front, trimmed wlth sllk>.
Crash Sults In all tho spring- colors?
milltary blouse, trimmed ln silk and
Complete llno of Chevlot Homespun
and Venetlan Sults, ln the season's
Nobby Skirts of Granito Cloth.
Black ahd Whlto Poau do Soie
Waists, wlth broad tucked front,
Monto Carlo laps, pouch sleeves.
Whlte Peau do Cygno Waists, wlth
tho new Bertha, stripped ln ecru and
Evory dollars' worth ln thls depart?
ment ls new.and fresh.
Beautlful Linen, Percale and Mad?
Very styllsh Whlte Striped Madras,
plaln back wlth tucked graduatlng
yoko In.front, hemstltched linen.stock.
Beautlful'White Linen Walst, tuck-.
ed back, front of embroidery, pearl
Latest stylos ln Dross Skirts, Silk
All-Wool Soven-gored Etamlno
Skirts, wlth band of taffeta, hablt
Bluo, Black. Oxford and pray Walk?
ing Skirts, wlth strap seams, box.
plalt at tho bottom, yoko effoct.
Nlce values In Tan, Gray nnd Black
Cloth Walking Skirts, stitched seams,
wlth straps, and flaro bottoms.
Beautiful Black Cloth. Dress Skirts,
wlth tucks, trimmed wlth taffota,
plaited bottom, panel front.
All-Wool seven-gored 'Etamlno
Skirts, wlth bands of taffota, hablt
New llno of Ladles' Silk and Covert
dhlldren's and Misses' Silk Cloth
Covert Jackets ln all the now styles,
Silk Box Coats, Plng Pong Coats,
and Louls XIV Coats. .
In Endless Varlety.
Tho world-renowned R. & G. Corsets
Spring Parasols,, Indla and Japan
styles, London ,Club Umbrella ls what
lt looks, solldlty ln Itself; thls appllea
to strength as well as stylo.
In fact, ovorythlng for Ladlos' wear
can bo found in our department store.
Mens' and Boys' Clothing
You'may take your pick from thousands of new
spring patterns?such as Mixed Cheviots, Fancy Wor
steds, English Covert, Black Thibets, Blue and Black
Cheviots and Fancy Cassimeres, Wool Oi-ash and Blue
Serges?all cut and tailored by the best tailors,
Soomtr, Deatsch A Co.
1903 Sack Suit
Spring Overcoats In Nobby Effects. Business and Full Dress Suits
Your Credit is Good.
Try Our Pay?Easy Plan.
Branch Store-'l403 B. Main Street
\Chestnut Jfcill and
jfct'ghland !Park \\
Mrs. Stocklng, of Richmond, ls the
guest o? Mrs. Spratley, ln Hlghland Park.
Mr. Neurohr, of Thlrd Avunue, has
purdhased tho house ownod by the lato
Mr. Randolph, whlch was thought to havo
been bought by Mr. Wlnston, of Barton
Helghts, but thls was afterwards found
to bo' a mlstaka,
The choir practlce wlll bo held ln tho
lecture-room of tho Methodlst Church thls
evenlng.'All tho members are earnestly
requested to be presont, as the Easter
muslc wlll be practlcod.
Mr.-'Wlllle Huxter, of Fourtlh. Avonue,
Ib away from home.
The llttle son of Mrs. Kiles, ln Hlgh?
land Park, ls Improvlng, after a sevoro
spell of slckness. . .
Mlss Wlllle Palmer has returned, aftor
spendlng somo tlme wlth Mrs. Wllllam al.
Cole, on Thlrd Avenue.
Tho Senlor Card Club met last week
at tho home of Mrs. John R. Llvesay.
on Thlrd Avenue. Among thoso present
wore Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cross, Mr. and
Mrs. Vauter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S.
Llvesay, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wlngflold,
Mr. and Mr3. Garland Clark and Mrs.
John R. Llvesay, Dellclous rcfroshments
wero sorved at n lato hour.
Mlsa Emma Justlco, who has beon vls?
ltlng hor friend, Mlss Katiherlne Watkins,
of Thlrd Avenue, has returned home.
Mlss FlorenCe Chapln, Mlss Mattlo Bur
tuln, Mlss Paulhie Redd and Mr. Walker
Huxtor, who havo been on tho slck Hst
for somo tlmo past, are rapldly Improvlng,
It ls reported thnt Mrs. John R. Llvesay
will soon move into Richmond, and hor
homo on Thlrd Avenuo and Wlllow S root
wlll be occupled by Mr. and Mrs. Kells.
I tfulton Tfows, |
Peoplo's Druff Store.
The long, wlde, beautlful road, known
as the Government road, connectlng
Chlmbora.o Park with tho Natlon.il
Cemotery, has beon wrocked. The magnl
flcont diivowuy la Impassnblo for several
sciutires, nnd the wator from tho beautl?
ful aprlng at tbo baso of Chlmborazo
Park !b running ln overy dlroutlon. Sev?
eral months a?o tho road-bed bogan to
slnk and great flnsures appearod From
the effoots of tlio hoavy ralns of tho
past several days the road haa been
worklng overtlma ln settllng, The road
ls closed from the park to Graham Stroot,
a alstanoe of a half mllo,
At the baso of tho park the most dam?
age was dono. Tho road here hns sunk
olght or more feot
A largo number nf pooplo havo vislted
tho sectlon in tho past two days. Tho
conditlon of the road has boon wlred tho
onglnners' dopnrtment at Washlngton,
and Inspeotors wlll he hastoned hero,
Tho speclal commlttoo nn pastor of
Fulton Baptist Church wlll moot Sunday,
As yot no action has beon takon to secure
a new pnstor,
Mrs, Fred. H. Oarbcr, who has been
qulte slck, is somewhat lmproved.
Mrs, Anu Onvln, ono of the oldest In
Iwhltants of Fulton, Is II! ftt her resl?
dence on Loulsluna Street.
Mrs. Llnda Talley, of Dluwlddlo county,
ls tho guest of hor aunt, Mra, A. A,
Jones, of Doiiny Stroet,
NORFOLK m WESTERN R'Y
THE ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE TO
\ATVK?^nr VESTI- ^ BULED pACT 1
W H*0 1 TRAINS $ DAILY ?^~A\0 1
1 I I-?J
"NORFOLK LIMITED * arid " OCEAN SHORE LIMITED/
Both run solid from Richmond to Norfolk in 2 hours arid 20 minutes without change qf
cars. (See schedule in another column).
LOW COLONIST RATES NOW IN EFFECT TO CALIFORNIA,
WASHINGTON, MONTANA, AND OTHER WESTERN STATES.
SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ VIA NORFOLK & WESTERN.
TICKET OFFICES: Byrd-Street Station; RIohmond Transfer Company, 819 E. Maln Street; Murphy's and Jefferson
Hotels, and COMPANY'S OFFICE, 83B East Maln Street) JOHN E. WAQNER, Clty Passenoer Agent.
W. ?.. riZVilX, Gen'l Pa.s. Agt. C. H. BOSLEY. Dist. Pass. Atrt
for an economical drive of Pumps, Blowers,
Hoists, Printing Presses, Machine Tools, etc.
Washington Office: 1417 New Vork Avenue,
Offices anU Works, AMPERE, N. J.
Eietlilor Face and Foot Powdor
liltcniutlonal Muiiulucturlni; Co.,
Geo, II. flurgos., Gom'l Agt.,
...6 W. Cury St., Olfcy,
COAL, COKE ih WOOD
Lower Phoua SoO. U|) pt* i'l-Oiio ?14