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Session of the School Comes
to an End.
THE ROLLS OF HONOR
Full List of Those Who Won Medals
and Honorable Mention,
Has Had Good
The closing exerclsee of St. Peter's
Cathedral Boys' School were hold yes?
Final reports Indicates that tlie ses?
sion oil tho whole baa been an excellent
one. Tho total enrollment was 177. The
school which Is directed by Brother Mar?
c/dlus, will reopen Tuesday, September
8th. Following aro the rolls of honor arid
tho medals awurds:
Certificates for General Proficiency
James M. Purcell. William O. B. Leonard,
Edgar J. Donahoo, Leo P. Duggan, Fran
els J. McDonough, Joseph R. O'N'oli, Cor?
nelius J. Poh, Caesar P. Maesto, Thomas
J. O'Toole, Joseph B. Bahen.
? Gold Medal-James M. Purcell, William
O. B. Leonard. ,
Gold Medal for Progress?II Division?
Jamos A. Ramsey, Henry M. Hughes.
Gold Medal for Christian Doctrine?
Jamos M. Purcell, William O. B. Leonard,
Cornelius J. Poh, James A. Ramsey.?
Honorable Mention for Christian Doc?
trine?Henry M. Hughes. Edward Foote,
Joseph R. O'Neil, William 8. Sitterdlng,
Alphonse O'Neil, Wllliftm H. Eltterdlng,
Thomas J. O'Toole, Joseph B. Bahen.
Second Premiums of Christian Doc?
trine?George P. Duggan. Edgar J. Dona
"Roll of Honor?I. Division?James M.
Purcell, William ?. B. Leonard, Edgar
J. Donahoe, Leo P. Duggan, Francis J.
McDonough, Joseph R. O'Neil. Cornelius
J. Poh, Caesar P. Massle, Tilomas J.
O'Toole, Joseph B. Bahec
II. Division?James A. Ttamsay, Henry'
M. Hughes, William H. Sitterdlng, Joseph
M. Purcell, Edward Foote, ? Alphonse
O'Neil, Frederick B. Sitterdlng; ^
Silver Medal for Progress?L Division?
. Norman V; Cavanaugh.
Silver Medal for Progress?II. Division?
Silver Medal for Christian Doctrine
Norman V. Cavanaugh, Louis C. Dona?
Honorabl/? Mention for Christian Doc?
trine?Michael Massel, George Vlar, Ed?
ward Dugnn, Thomas Baldwin, George
Walsak, Juhn West, Benjamin Ryan,
Second Premium for Christian Doc?
Honorable Mention for Good Conduct
Norman V. Cavanaugh, Louis C. Donahoe.
L?ernard McGranlghan, George Vlar. Jo?
seph M. Rose, Andrew M. Mahoney,
Thomas Baldwin, Edward Dugan, George
Roll of Honor?I. Division?Norman V.
Cavanaugh, Louis C. Donahoe, Joseph
M. Ross, Bernard McGranlghan. George
Vlar. Michael J. A. Massel. WJlllam J.
? A. Tcefey, Francis B.'Doyle, Thomas A,
Myrtle, Andrew M. Mahoney, Louis A.
II. DWislon?George "Walsak, Edward
Dugan, Thomas Baldwin., Louis Massel.
James Mason. Benjamin Ryan, Daniel
Haley, Paul Fltzpartlck, John West, Louis
Wlttkamp, William Banister, Thomas
Wrenn. John Marrin, Francis Burke, Bur?
Sliver Medal for Progress?I. Division?
.-j Silver Medal for Progress?II. Division
Honorable Mention for Good Conduct
James Walsh, Walter Nott, Lawrence
Wlttkamp, Thomas Duggan, Willie Ma
glnnls. Clarence Mackey, Irving Wright,
Thomas Walsh, George Bragg. ''
Roll of Honor?I. Division?Clarence
Mackey, Thomas Duggan, James Walsh,
Lawrenco Wlttkamp, Walter Nott, An?
drew Cavanaugh, Thomas Costello, Frank
Burke, Frank Powell, J. Bradley Ander?
ron. William Duffy, Benjamin Vlar, Hugo
Onesty, Edward Johnston, John Hogan,
Charlea McDonough, Daniel Donovan,
11. DVvlslon?George Bragg. William
Maglnnls, Kenneth Cobb, Thomas Walen.
Irving Wright, Alfredo Gilloo, William
Whltloek, Coleman Costello, Casper
Deady, Cameron, Bannister.
Silver Medal for Progress?Adolph An?
Honorable Mention for Good Conduct
Walter McQualde, John Byrne, Gustave
Perklnson, Adolph Anderson, Charles
Wllmouth, Walker Poh.
Roll of Honor?Adolphus Anderson,
John Byrno, Walker ? Poh, Gustave Per?
klnson, Charles Wllmoth, Walter Mc?
Qualde, Philip Dalesandro, Joseph Mc?
Donough, Claudo Canepa, Amandas Le
bolo, Edward Bahen, William Woody,
Silver Medal for Progress?Joseph
Honorable Mention for Good Conduct?
Dscar Purcell, William Keavoney. Jo
leph Hughes, Henry Johnston, Ralph
Only people of means onn nfforcl to leavo tholr homes antl business for two
or thrco months at a time In search of health nt eomo mineral spring, or other
resort, This means that Wiper cent, of tho sick aro left bohlnd to flprhfc tho
battle as best thoy can. Tho time 1.? nn.spotl for such useless expenditure of
money. ECHOLS PIEDMONT CONCENTRATED IRON AND ALUM
WATER, piucos the man of Binali means on tho same footing with his rich
neighbor, as ho can bo cured moro quickly nt home by using this Remedy than
by drinking tho Natural Wntcr at tho Springs, antl the cost Is not equal to a
This Remedy Is thc product of tho Natural Water as It comes from tho
Spring, reduced IGO times by the Kchols process, which absolutely retains all
ot Its medicinal properties. It 1? composed of twenty Ilfo-glvlng minerals,
which are nearly Identical with tho different salts composing a healthy human
system. Such being tho case It stands to reason that every organ of tho body
receives benefit with this treatment.
Permanent cures ennnot bo mado until tho causo of tho trouble has brjen
removed, antl onr Concentrated Wator tloes'thlw by striking at the very root
of tho disease." Being a Natural Remedy It. contains no stimulants, which nro
often used In patent medicines to deceive you by making you think that ben?
efit Is being derived when such Is not tho caso. If you suffer with Indigestion,
Rheumatism. Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Catarrh, Torpid Llver/Femalo
Complaints, stomach and Bowel Troubles, Scrofula or other Blood Diseases,
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cheerfully refund your money If results aro not satisfactory, after a thorough '
trial. -The smnll cost (three cents per day) nt which It can bo used, places It
In tho reach of all, and it Is worth a trial, to say the least.
For Sale by OWENS & MINOR DRUG CO., 1007 E. Main Street,
arid All Druggists.
8-oz. Bottles (equal to 10 gallons of the Natural Water) 50 cents.
18-01. Bottles (equal to 25 gallons of the Natural Water) $1.00.
Wrlto for testimonials antl freo advice from Dr. Echoie.
J. M. ECHOLS CO., Lynchburg, Va.
Myrtle, Joseph Hecke, John Landers,
Bhcrr?rd Nott, Anthony Moschetti. .
Roll of Honor?Joseph Hceko, William
Keaveney, Joseph Hughos, Sherrard Nott,
Dennis O'Nell, John Lenders, Henry
Johnston, Frederick Poh, Anthony Mo?
schetti, Ralph Myrtle, Oscar Purcell,
Christopher Judge, Walter Mo.Gco. Jo
soph Culccl, Joseph Gllleo, Phljlp Ban?
ister,' Harry Scott.
Sliver Medal for Progress?Datvld
Honorable Mention for Good Conduct?
Sheppard Parsons, David Powers, Nicho?
las Parsons, William Mackey, Frank
Colli, Edward Marrln, Bernard Wittkamp,
Cornelius Starkey, Charles Woody.
Roll of Honor?I. Division?David
Powers, Sheppard -Parsons. Frank Colli,
William Mackey, Louis Nardh Joseph
Kastelbcrg, Jr., Peter - Hogan, Nicholas
Parsons, Thomas Ryan, Harry Simmons,
II. Division?Edward Marrln, Nicholas
Culccl, Thomas Mountz. Charles ?-vOody,
Coleman Cfcapel, Cornelius Starkey,
Charles Lai-c.ers. Augustus Iebolo. John
Callahan, //ernard Wlttkamp, Eugene
Callahan, John Starkey,
Southern Railway to Appear Before the
The Corporation Commission, on behalf
of the State of Virginia, yesterday served
notice on the Sojthorn Railway, requir?
ing them to appear before tho commis?
sion at 11 A. M. on Jtl;- '??X nnd show
cause why efficient local passcngb?' rer
vlco should not be maintained along their
lino between Charlottesville a*d 1,-ynch
burg. The commission acts o:: its own
iniziative, owing to complalrt of tho al?
lea id Inadequacy of the service ren?
de, ed by tho Southern atom; its main
lino between" the cities named. The com?
mission Is empowered to "remedy such
grievances if tnay be found to be weil
Mr. John ?. Upshut*. secretary of the
8tate Corporation Commission, has been
appointee,? a memoir if :>i C ?innii if? n
Iv.ailroatJ/8tatls'i-;s by tlu N.ttlon.?l Asso?
ciation ot Rallr ,d C-'niniiss'-iins, of
which Henry C Ae.anw, inotnivr o? tho
Interstate Commnrco Commission, Is the
Church Filled to Its Utmost
The celebration of the twenty-fifth an?
niversary of the ordination of the Rev.
Father James B. O'Reilly, pastor of the
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, of this
city, began Sunday morning last to con?
tinue through Wednesday.
At 8 o'clock Sunday morning a special
mass was said and practically the entire
congregation was present to receive Holy
Communion in honor of tho belqved pas?
tor. The church was filled to its utmost
capacity. Father O'Reilly was mucb af?
fected by the demonstration of the love in
which his people hold him and so great
was his feeling that he could speak but
briefly. In a few touching words, how?
ever, ho made endeavor to express his
great thanks and appreciation for the
tributo paid to him.
Yesterday morning mass was said nt the
Little Sisters of the Poor. This evening
tho children of the church will celebrale
the anniversary and to-morrow rnorn^
ing a special mass will be .said at 9
o'clock and the jubilee sermon will be
preached by tho Rev. Father James T,
O'Ferrelh of Petersburg. Bishop Van de
Vyver will be present and a number of
out-of-town clergy aro expected to be
In attendance. The celebration will close
Wednesday night with a public reception
held In Belvidere Hall.
CALLING HIS DOG
Four Policemen Arrested H.
Terry. But Not One Could
Get to the Court.
A line of tho fraizled out edges of so?
ciety floated out before 'Squire Lonnle
Graves In the Police Court yesterday.
Many of them were the remnants of Sat?
Henry Terry was arrested by four po?
licemen. But not one of them appeared
agalnet him because they were busy with
the "?trlke. and he went to Jail to await
"I didn't do nothing, nohow," he said.
"1 was calling my dog, and the police?
men was a-runnlng after somebody else
who they couldn't catch, and then they
cotched me, just because I was a-calllng
But he was charged with resisting an
Clssie Long was charged with hitting
T-llllo May with a bottle, and Clssie said
that Llllle came into her back yard to beat
her. It cost them each ?2.50.
Isaac Randolph, colored, charged Pleas?
ant Wnrht with hitting him with a stick
and with trying to cut him with a meat
knife last Saturday morning. A wholo
lot of witnesses were examined and
'Beulre Graves thought that It vas cheap
at S2.50 each.
Rosa Braxton said she was trying to
get another girl home, when a p_ollceman
camo up and arrested her. The police?
man was not In court, and the case went
Alice Scott, colored, was charged with
getting a chain from an Installment deal?
er with Intent to steal It.
"I havo. under the circumstances, de?
cided to withdraw the warrant," said the
sable agent with golf togs on.
"You have decided to do so; you, have
you?" asked 'Squire Lonnle. "When did
you become a court unto yourself? When
did you attain the high dignity and
honor of a justice of the peace- ' Who
appointed you to a seat on the Supreme
bench? When do you expect to become
a member of the Corporation Commis?
sion? 1 don't think much of you as a
Jurist and I feel that your knowledge of
Jurisprudence. Justice and equity Is on
the bum. Therefore, I am constrained to
reauest that you leave the settlement of
tills case to me. Me, you understand. I
am the court, you a mere satellite at
The negro sank back within himself,
and then 'Squire Lonnle ruled that If
the woman returned the chain she oould
go, and It was so ordered.
Two small white boys about as big a?
your fist were arrested for breaking Into
a store and taking a lot of mustard and
popper, and plckels, and matches, and
peanuts. One of them said two big ne?
gro boys made them do It, and 'Squire
Lonnle instructed their mother to give
them a good whipping, which was sat?
isfactory to the store-keeper.
Several drunks closed the procession.
Those Who Passed Mental Examina?
tions for Annapolis.
(By Associated Pre?.)
. ANNAPOLIS. MD.. Juno 22.?Following
are the names of the candidates from
Southern States, who passed the mental
examination for admission to the Naval
Academy as midshipmen, which were held
at the Academy last week. The names
Included In parenthesis are alternates,
who passed and whose principals have not
yet been heard from:
Guy Evans Baken VlrglrWai B. F. Bar?
low. Tennessee; Carl Barnes, Georgia;
L. W. Bellinger, South Carolina; R. F.
Bernard. Virginia; (Win. Chester Brlng
man, Virginia), R. A. Burford, Florida;
Arthur J, Butt, Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Zle?ler.
Dr. and Mrs. Zlegler, of New York, who
are touring through the South, are stop?
ping at the Jefferson. Mrs. Zlegler was
formerly Kiss Mary Hart, of King and
Republican and Democratic
Committees and State
Board of Education.
There will be thrc-o meetings in Rich?
mond of widespread public Interest dur*
Ing the week, and each will attract a
largo number of public men hero.
Tho Republican State Committee meets
at Murphy's to-morrow night, the Dem?
ocratic Committee at th? samo hotel at
noon on Thursday and tbe State Board
of Education at noon on Saturday In tbo
State Library building. Tho two party
committees aro coming in regular session
to map out plans for tbo fall campaign,
and. In fact a number of Interesting
subject? will be brought up and disposed
It Is understood to be tbo policy of the
Republican lenders to put up full legis?
lativo nnd local tickets In all tbo coun
tlcs-and cities of the Stale this fall. Tlioy
nro claiming that tlio new organic law
has gone a long way toward enhancing
their prospects of success, and for this
reason they propose to innko an activo
fight all along the line.
Tho Democratic Committee meeting
will attract a great many out-of-town
politicians here, nnd futuro battles will
likely bo discussed. Informally.
The meeting of the State Board of
Education will bo a very important ono,
and amoiiK other things tlio body will
do Is to elect members of the new State
Library Board, which will hereafter havo
charge of the conduct of the Llhrary
and the election of tho librarian. Thero
are several county school superintendente
to be olected on account ot vacancies
caused by death, and the matter of fur?
ther extending exlstln gtetxt book con?
tracts will bo considered and disposed of.
MAY HAVE INVESTIGATION
Charges that American Officers Looted
Building is to Be Looked Into.
(By Associated Press.)
MANILA. June 22,-The charges that
American officers looted public buildings
in Manila aftor the" surrender of the cliy
In 1S93, have been revived ami may pos?
sibly load to a formal investigation. Re?
cently the authorities endeavored to lo?
cate certain pictures and art objects be?
longing to the municipal museum and
the lnqury showed they had been given
to a Filipino to take, care of after tho
surrender. The Filipino offers to prove
that some oillcers received tho pictures
and It is claimed that a.former staff of?
ficer abstracted a silver service from the
Manillcan place. Tho government may
ask the War Department to Investigate
the matter. Governor Taft hae return?
ed hero from Benguet. Ills health is com?
WILL RAISE RICE IN
TEXAS ON LARGE SCALE
(By Associated Press.)
NEW ORLEANS. June 22.?As a result
of hin experiment in rice farming near
Del Rio, Texas, with a colony of four
Japanese. Islmoto, the Japanoso expert
has decided to return home and organize
a colony of 100 farmers to settle on lands
In the rice belt of Texas along the
line of the Southern Pacific Railroad.
?Mr. Islmoto. says the experimental
farming he has been doing has been so
successful that It Is the belief that with?
in a few years the rice lands of Louisiana
and Texas will be filled with Japanese
rice farmers. Mr. Islmoto will leave soon
for New York.
HOTEL WAITERS v
GO OUT ON A STRIKE
(Special to Tho TlVnes-Dispatch.)
STAUNTON, VA., June 22.-Just aa din?
ner was ready to be served at the Eakle
ton Hotel to-day tho waiters all struck
for higher wages which woro refused,
and, they all marched out, leaving no one
to servo the meal.
They wero getting twelve dollars and
struck for fifteen a month. Several re?
turned in time to serve supper.
? Property Transfers,
Richmond: Emma L. and Vf. T. Arml
stead to Ella R. Bhopardson, E4 feet on
north side of Grove Avenue, northwest
cornor Cedar, 57,750.
Kate M. and S. \V. Caldbeck to John F.
Jacob, 22 feet on south side of Grove Ave?
nue. 88 feet west of Lombardi', 56,000.
William L. Johnson and wife to Mary
T. Jones. 30 feet on west side of Fousheo
Street. 165 feet south of Leigh.
Mary Elizabeth Warwick to Charles W.
Williams, trustee, 51 2 1-2-12 feet on north
side of Main Street, 71 9 1-2-12 feet east
of Eleventh Street to be held by said
Charles W. Williams In traust for Vir
ginius Newton for his, tho said Newton's,
Ufe and at his death to pass to the
heirs of Mary H. Newton, wife of said
Vlrginlus Newton. In fee simple, $37,500.
. N. N. Wilkinson, Sr.. and wife to Miss
Helen A. H. Bennett, & 3-12 feet on south
Bide of Jackson Street, southwest corner
Henrlco: Joseph Tlnslle Bryan to W.
H. and Alice A- Tyler, 30 feet on west
side, of Bryan Street, ISO feet from Llttla
Samo to Wm. II. Tyler, 80 feet on Bry?
an Street 30 feet from LIttlepage, $180.
Salile ?. and D. W. Cola to W. H.
Tyler, 111 8-12 feet on LIttlepage Street
at head of Seventeenth Street, $300.
Thomas J. England and wife to Robert
N. Ellett. 30 feet on northwest side ot
Stewart Street, 37 feet from Redd Street,
Howard's Grove, $725.
J. M. Fouraurean and wife to William
Jenkins, 8 acres near eastern limits of
R. C. Gajnes to John Fraser. 25 feet on
north side of Main Street, 85 feet west of
John Scott and wife to William A.
James, 12 1-2 acres about twelve miles
southeast of Richmond, $31.25.
J. B. Pace and wife to Mary A. Fl?lds,
30 feet on north side of Jacqtielin Street,
190 feet west of Washington, $210.
Disease Drained Life Forces:
WINE OF CARDUI Cured
Mrs. Laura Van Anken, 1074 Columbia St., Chicago, HI.,
Worthy Secretary, Independent Order of Good Templars.
Chicago, III.. Oct. 13, 1902.
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Ask Your Neighbor
How easy it Is to buy here and what splendid
money-saving opportunities we offer
CREDIT AT CASH PRICES.
Folding Beds, Sectional Book-Cases,
Lace Curtains, Art Squares, Mattings.
Fourth and Broad Streets. ROTHERT & CO., Everything for the Home.
Sgelai Cut Class!
A bride cherishes hor wedding gifts
more than any presents she roceives
during her life. They are displayed
for the admiration of her closest
friends. Let us show you something
in beautiful Cut Glass that will bo a
credit to you, and a lasting source of
satisfaction to the "recipient.
Our Special?BOwl, ?5.
No- 731 East Main Street,
SWEPT BY OCEAN BREEZES.
TWO TRAINS EVERY SUNDAY
NEWPORT NEWS, OLD POINT, BUCK?
ROE, OCEAN VIEW AND NOR?
FOLK, $1.00 ROUND TRIP.
CAPE HENRY AND VIRQINIA BEACH,
$1.25 ROUND TRIP.
Two special fast vestlbuled trains leave
Richmond every Sunday?8:30 A. M, and
0:00 A. M. 8:30 A. M. train for Buckroe,
Old Point, Ocean View and Norfolk via
Ocean View. 9:00 A. M. train for New?
port News, Old Point, Ocean View and
Returning, loavo Virginia Beach via
urn elo-lrlo line every half h air until
6:30 P. M. Norfolk (Ocenn View Rail?
way) 7:00 P. M.. Ocean View 7:30 P. M.
and Old Point 8:15 P. At,, arriving Rich?
mond 10:15 P.M. Tickets also good return?
ing on C. and O. train loavlng Norfolk
4:110 P. M., Old Point 4:5B P. M., Newport
News 6:25 P. M. Ton hours at tlio sea?
shore. Three hours longer at Ocean View
than via. any other route.
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TAKE HIS BRIDE
TO FAR AFRICA
Young Missionary Soon to
Leave for Foreign Field.
Miss Bagby Appointed.
At a meeting held a few days ago the
Foreign Mission Board, which has Its
headquarters here, appointed two new
missionaries, one to take up work In bra?
zil, and tlio other In Afrloa,
The latter Is a young man, who will
shortly be married and who will take
bin brido with him to the far-otf Yoruba.
country, on tho Dark Continent. He Is
tho Rev. G. H. Strause, of Phllllpsburg,
Pa. The appointment of Miss Ermine
Bagby, w\o goes to Brazil, is of partlcu
lar lntcresV The young lady Is a native
of the South American country and a
daughter of the Rov. ' and Mrs. W. B,
Bagby. Sho was born at Campino?, but
foi some years has been at Texas at
school. She now returns to Brazil to (alto
up work with her paronts at Sao Paulo.
The board la preparing to push its work
in Argentino, the new mission Held It has
lust decided to enter. The Rev. a. M.
Sowell, who has boon appointed to Buonoa
Ayres to begin tbe work there, hopos to
sali In August or September,
Dr. George B. Taylor, the veteran nils,
slonary of the board In Italy, arrived In
New York this month. Ho will soon bo '??
iUohiuunu which iti iu.j pM hdino.
Screen Doors and Windows
aro no longer considered a luxury, but ono of tho necessities of modern life
THE SAVING ?? DAMAGE TO PAINT, PAPER, CEILING and OTJR
NITURE, and the saving of labor for cleaning in ono season will pay the
flrsfc cost of screens for a' homo. We soli a superior line of thoso SCREEN
DOORS AND WINDOWS, whioh, if given a coat of paint when needed
are practically indestructible, and, barring accidonts, ehould last as long a
any other door.
We are largo dealers in all sorts of FLY-TIME HARDWARE.
BALDWIN ? BROWN,
1557 East Main Street.
Opposite Old Market
Think of the Oliver.
It ' Is . tho consensus of opinion of
stenographers who have used Oliver
Standard Vlslblo Typewriters that If
the Oliver had been put on tho market
first, none of the other typewriters
now In use would ever havo been
Why? Because tho Oliver Is su?
perior to, all other raschlnos in every
particular, and adds to the operator's
SOUTHERN STAMP AND STATION?
Twelve-Six Main Street.
All makes Rented, Sold, Repaired
; anywhere. Bend for Catalog;.
$5 to $10
WHILE THEY LAST, AT
BLENNER'S, 310 N. Fifth Street.
GULLINCWORTH & GO.
Anthracite Coal. . . ?.$6.00
Prices subject to change without notice.
YARDS: Eighteenth and Urtimi.
' Harrison and Broad.
ahtayaun cull lit our ofQoo. Will CODIO to JOUr office
with typewrit? whim too went iu?l?t?n?e, or do
the work hor?, NO OHAItClK for at? of machino.
*? BOUTHBIlrl 8????? STATIONEUY CO ,
Phon. Hi'Ji. rulli? Ul.lt?. Tw.lveHix Main, Kichu-onJ, V?
Palmist. Prof. West.
The Last Week of This
Regular $2 Life ?endings.
Parlors 014 Capito) Street
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSO?
Boston, July 6-10. Only $19,60 Round
Trip via N. and W. Railway afid M.
and M. T. Company.
For the abovo occasion the Norfolk
and'Western Railway will soil round
trip tickets to Boston, July 2d 3d. 4th
nnd 6th. at tho low rate of ?W.60, which
will Include membership fee; also
meals and stateroom berth on Mer?
chants' and Miners' Transportation Com?
pany's steumers. The ''Ocean Shore
Limited" on Norfolk and Western Rnll
wav Is tho only afternoon train from
Richmond connecting with Merchants'
nnd Miners' Transportation Company's
steamers ut Norfolk. For further Infor?
mation, reservations, etc.,? apply to J.
E. Wagner, city passenger and ticket
aient. No. ?38 Main Street, ^?w
District Passenger Agent,
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION
Via Southern Railway,
On July 80, 3d and 1th tho Southern
Railway will soil speolal excursion tickets
between all poluta at rate of fare and
ono-third for the round trip, limited, re?
turning to July ?th._'
For a quick and comfortable trip with?
out change of cars, take the Norfolk ami
Western ltallwuy. Tho "only ull-rnli
route." The "Norfolk Limited," leaving
9:00 A. M., une) the "Ocean Shore Limit?
ed," leaving at 8:00 P. ??., ure the. lastest
?nun:; ill Ilio rio Uli ?.
ELEVATING AND INSTRUCTIVE
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
And All Photo Supplies.
Developing and Printing.
Mall Orders diver? Prompt Attention.
THE S. GALESKI
Manulacturing Opticians and Expert
Adjusters of i-pectucles, Eye
Glasscs and Artificial Eyes.
Ninth and Main
At Your Station.
Ladles, Do Not Miss This Opportunity
You can buy tha Standard. Grand, In
moved Drop-Head Hotury Shuttle Sew?
ing Machine tor $30. while the few that
wo have on hand last.
Thoy are now. nevar been uncraUd,
????? not save $20 or $30 by ordering on?
of these mai'hiuesT They ure going out
fust. Send us *2.?0 as a guarantee of ???4
faith, we will ship you the mschin?
charges paid. If found satisfactory, you
can pay balance and keep the machine*.
Reference, National Bank. Bristol Tenn.?
und mercantile agencies.
Hamilton, Bacon & Hamilton,