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Talented Rlchmonder Delights
LEADING SOCIAL EVENTS
A Reception Tendered at the Summer
School?Some Beautiful Decora?
tions?Those Who Were
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
RALEIGH, N. C, August 1.?Events of
a social character ln connrctoln with the
summer school have shaken Raleigh out
of her usunl midsummer lethargy the
past weok. The crowning feature of tho
week was tho reception by the faculty
to the pupilo, State ofllcers,? boards of
education, and others. Fully S00 people
attended. The recolvlng party Included
Professor D. II. Hill, Professor E. P.
Moses. Professor C. AA'. Burkett, Mr. C.
J. Parker, Dr. and Mrs. F. L Stevens,
Miss Graham, of Charlotte; Miss Young,
Mies Slono, Miss Page, Mrs. Terrell, Mrs.
Williamson, Mrs. Barber, Miss Bedford,
Mr. and Mrs. AA'atson, Professor Hugh
Tho spacious room hi Pullen Memorial
building, which Is soon to become tlio
college library, was artistically decorated
with palms, ferns and cut flowers from
the college greenhouse. The decoration
was only a fitting background to the
daintily gowned ladios nnd handsome
gentlemen who graced tlio occnslon. Fruit
frappe from punch bowls In various parts
of the room wns dispensed at the hands
of the following young ladles: Misses
Moses, Page, Gurley. Gllllam, together
with a corps of assistants, nnd added
much to the brilliancy of the occasion.
Another brilliant event that stirred
Raleigh's social life thoroughly was the
festival concert, chorus and orchestra
Tuesday night, given under the director?
ship of Professor AVade R. Brown. Mr.
Roe C. Tupman and Mr. J. E. Dunbar, of
Richmond, and Miss Mary AA*. Ewell, of
Norfolk, were prominent among the solo?
Particularly worthy of mention wore
the "Inflarnmatus," from Rossini's Stabat
Mater, a highly dramatic number; for
full chorus, orchestra and soprano solo,
the "Miserere," from II Trovatore, and
the "Bridal Chorus," fivmi tho Rose
Maiden, by Cowen.
MR. TUPMAN'S AOICB.
Mr. Tupman, tenor, has a voice of
most pleasing quality, with a knowl?
edge of Its use, and the audience seemed
very much Impressed with his work.
In tho Miserere a beautiful effect was
produced by Mr. Tupman einging be?
hind tho scenos.
Mr. Dunbar, the basso, has a voice of
naturally very good qualities, real base
timbre and pleasing effect.
Miss Mary C. Ewell, tho soprano solo?
ist, proved to be a splonc?id singer, with
fine quality of voice, excellent training
and that Indefinite something known
ns style. In the recitative and scene from
AVeber's Der FTcichutz ail tho qualities
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tion?, containing poison? nnd other Injurious
putistnr.ro. If j-.v.ir fficc Ii dl'fUrnr??! with hlnofc
hrnds nnd pimple?, or your ?kin U rend, r.-.ugh
or oily. I e?n ?end you ? recipe thnt ?? ? potiti?
cure.' It Is harmless nnd yon can prepare It nt
o cost of 10 cents. It draws snd< tlfihteni the
Skin. Recipe. 25 cents.
ORAY HAIR MADE BLAOK OR BROWN.
2. tf your hair 1? gray or turning gray we
b?ve s formula for n pr?paration that will post?
tlvfly restore tlie gray hairs to their natural
color; also makes tlio hnlr grow and look soft
and glossy. It contains no sulphur, sitfrnr of
lend, nitrate sllvfr, or poisons of nny kind. It
will not ruh off. I? not sticky, dirty or gummy.
Vou enn prepare It ut cost of a few cents. Re?
cipe. 25 cents.
8, For 25 cents I will send the formula for s
face bleach. IVe guarnntee It to remote freckles
and all discoloration? from skin. Can prepare
for a few cents.
4. FHUITB AMD VEGETABLES PRESERVED
a? fresh as when Orst gathered. Do not bave
to heat or seal them?Just put "? G?,?? Keeps
perfectly fresh end costs hut a few cents. No
humbug. Excellent Tor pickles, elder, fruit but?
ter?, etc. Also preserves milk, butter, eses,
roent, fish. Rame, etc. Tested over 10 years,
?nd gunrnnteed to ?rive satisfaction. Recipes
and full directions for all. no cents
B. Tbe formula for enlarging the bust and fill
ont hollows In chest, ueck and face Is simple,
Inexpensive mil sure. lloolpo, 25 cents.
0. The simplest thing on earth, makes It prow
nt onco, stops It falling out, prevents dandruff
nnd baldness. Can prepare It for a few centi.
Itrclpe, 2* cent?.
7. This prejinrntlon la an lnfnllable wrinkle
remover, perfectly harmless and Inexpensive.
After once usiu? It you will not bo without it.
Itecipe, 25 cents.
G?? TEMALE TROUBLES.
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Displacement, Ulc?ration, L*iicorrhooa, Painful
Periods and IrreguInrlUe?, my borne trcatuieut
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! lief. It doe? nil 1 claim and more, too. The
? same recipe I? now selling- for ?B. Onlj costs a
i few cent? to prepare It. and yon can do so your?
self. Druggists will not know (or what purpose
yon nre buying thc In-.-redlents. It will cure any
womb tronhle, healing nnd strengthening It In
? few dava. 1 send the recipe and full direc?
tions for preparing Mid using for only 00 cents.
0. A face wash tii.-.t will remove Hint greasy.
sblny look from tbe skin and leave It soft and
? white In five minutes after washing. In ? week
removes all dlscnloratlons; harmless; cost G? cents
to prepare enough to last six months. Recipe,
10. On face, neck nini arma quickly dissolved
and removed without pnln or discoloration; ab?
solute removal In 3 minutes. Reclpo, 25 cents,
11. For 25 cents we send safe recipe to bion?
dine the balr. making the hnlr any ?hade, ?oft
ns silk and brilliant; Inexpensive.
Or the liquor habit positively cured hy a simple
home treatment. Absolutely harmless, and will
I effect a speedy and permanent cure, wbelher ?
moderale drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Ingre?
dients can bo had of any druggist at small cost,
licolpc nnd full directions for BO cents.
18. Excessive perspiration of the feet and arm?
pits positively cured without closing porces.
Costs a few cents to preparo lt. Itcclpe, 25
H. For 25 cents I will send yon a reclpo for
making a hair curling liquid: will keep hnlr ln
crimp ln all kinds of wenthcr; Inexpensive.
IB. If you are addicted to the use of tobacco
In any form nnd wish to emit using It. I will
send a formula for ? SURE CURE for 50 cents. |
It Ik ensy to use, safe, nnd Inexpensive to pre
Recipes sent In plnln senled envelope, price
25 und 50 cents each; stamps, silver or G, O.
order.Those recipes, simple, will do all'we claim I
for them. All druggist? sell these Ingredients.
Recipe? ull different.
Address all order?
802 N. Carey St., Baltimore, Md..
wero displayed. besides considerable
dramatic power and execution, In the
Stabat Mater Mies Ewell took her high
notes and all difficult places with the
The festival was altogether the most
brilliant musical event ever given ln
Mrs. William Grimes entertained quite
a. party of young ladles Wednesday eve?
ning ln honor of her grand-daughter,
Miss Eliza Dancy, of Atlanta.
RUN FOR GOVERNOR
He Announces Himself a
Candidate ln North
GREENSBORO, N. C, August l.?It In
now settled beyond question that Major
Charles M. Stedman Is a candidate for
nomination of Governor, and that the
Democrats of Gullford county will pre?
sent his name to the next State conten?
tion, His campaign will be managed by
Hon. A. L. Brooks, solicitor of tho Ninth
Judicial District, who ls his close persona]
and political friend.
The above nlatement was confirmed by
Mr. Brooks in an interview with your
Voy can save money at our 2 sf oros
Largest Assortment, Best Quaii!*/ at
Good Salt Pork, per
Two-pound cans Roston Raked
Beans ln tomato souce.
Best Lump Starch, per
?est Lump m?ren, per ??-.
Best Granulated Sugar, per
Corn Starch, ln one-pound pack?
Root Beer, makes Ave gallone, per _r
Llon Coffee, one-pound paca? etc
Fresh Soda Crackers or Ginger A?fLc
Snaps, pound. **t/2?
Arbuckle's Coffee, per
Largo Smooth Irish Potatoes,, one
Best Leaf Lard, per pound . 10c
Lerge Juicy Lemons, per . e?- ? Freezing Salt, for freezing cream, tnr
'dozen. "O*-| peck. ???'
Nice N. C. Roe Herrings, per ?-> -?m I Hustler Laundry Soap, 12 bare .?>_??
dozen ISC.? or half barrel. -??_-./5 ? for. -..-.C
??.,? Cremo laundry Soap, large bare, ?_>__/
4??*- ten for . <*i>V
Try our Green or Mixed Tea, our
regular 50c. kind, now.
Good Green or Mixed Tea, per jnr Beat Dunlop Meal per peck 18c, -nf.
pound. .u"' per bushel. </??*
BeHt Cream Cheese, per 1er Star or Red Seal Lye, per
pound. *_)w can.,.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, per bottle
Gibson XXXX or Oscar Pepper ?,.??
Old Rye Whiskies, per bottle. / 0**
Blackberry or Catawba Wine, per j cr
quart, l.c , or per gallon. 4-5'?'
Virginia Claret. Wine, nice sum- cr\r
mer drink, per gallon. ??*_
Pearllne, tor cleaning
Matche?, per ._
Pure Cider Vinegar, per gal- ./?,.
Ion. ......... 30C
Largo bottles Household Ammonia,
Good Tea Dust, makes excellent ->?/?,?->
ten, pound. __U-?
Good North Carolina Rice, per
Fresh Mixed Cakes, per .p
Good I?rooms; ! string, 10,.; 3 or??"?
string. 12c; d suing. ????
JO Dare Reliable Ullman'e
Home-Made Preserves, 6-pound
palle for. ?.?
Best Quality Small California Hams, per pound I Oc |
Cooked Sliced Ham, per i->I/ri Small Snilthtlold Cured Hams, .ap I
pound. ,'~/2*"!per pound . ,uv'
New N. C. Cut Herrings, per <C . -n
dozen 10c., per barrel. *?'4???
Good Green Rio Coffoo, 0c? or occ
three pounds for. *O.V
oc Kitchen Soap for cleaning, two sr
,JL bars for. . 51
Enamellrif Btovo Polish, per . r Witch Hazel Toilet Soap, 3 to ir,r
in. *rw box. ,uv
Big Bargains in Canned Goods ! *&*}..?, %?.?!'JX 8c
Potted Ham or Tongue, mr
8 cans for. ,u^
Klr.o ?luallty Toma'too?, /\r
per cun. w~
Chicleen l.onf. per
Cornea Beel Hush, per
Mutton, In two-pound ->?-?>
cana for. -*0*?
linon 7c, or 4 cane for
Beut Grade Tallo Peach- An ' Houchln's Soups, per
i, per can. uv" i can. 5^
Try our Snow Flake Patent Family Flour, per bag, 25o ; per bbl., $4.00
Try our Silver King Patent Family Flour, per bag, 27c ; per bbl., $4.20
Mason's Quart Jais, per dozen, 48c ; per half gallon. 68c
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
Down-Town Stores ?
U30-1822 East Main Sti<e?.
WO Ea?t Marshall Street.
REMITTAHCES MUST ACC?t?PArl? ALL SHIPPIN? U?IH-HS.
ALL PLACES OF
Many Excellent Features Pro?
vided for the People of
With the opening of the Casino and the
new Electric Theatre at the Reservoir
to-morrow evening, all places of amuse?
ment at tho terminals of the Virginia
Pat-senger and Power Company's lines
will bo ln full operation. "Too Much
Married" will be the opening bill at the
Casino, and "Down on the Old Planta?
tion" will be tho first to hold the boards
at the Electric Theatre, located ln the
West End Electrlo Park. More conveni?
ent outing placc3 are. now opened to the
residents of Richmond and Manchester,
as well as Petersburg, than are offered
by any other Southern city, nnd those
whose business deters them from going
to the country, mountains or seaside, can
And cool and pleasant places, with plenty
of amusements, convenient to their
homes. With the opening of Fulton Park,
on the Seven Pines lino, there are four
amusemont places convenient to the res?
idents of the three cities.
Manager Hartzeil, of tho West End Elec?
tric Park, ls adding new amusements
every week to that popular resort. In
addition to tho Natatorlum, Palace of Illu?
sions, Trip to the North Pole. Roller
Ccastor and the Miniature Railway, a
number of other attractions have been
added recently. At Fulton Park the Sce?
nic and Musical Railway is a new fea?
ture ln tho South. Fores. Hill Park has
tho swimming pool and a number of other
attractions, In addition to the cafe and
restaurant, In chargo of Colonel Euker,
one of the most famous caterers ln the
Scuth. Ferndale Park, In Petersburg,
now has the Casino open, with a now
change of bill each week. In addition
to these amusement places, Westhampton
and Lakeside Parks are open for private
picnic parties, for Sunday-bchools, lodges
NORTHSIDE SOCIAL CLUB
A Meeting Held Friday Night and New
The Northslde Social Club held Its
meeting Friday night at 8 o'clock, at
their hall, No. 734 North Fifth Street.
The following officers were elected:
Henry Gude, president! John Petrochllll,
treasurer; Reuben Boush, secretary, with
the following members present: Joe
Raabe, Charlea Lovell, Frank Rowo,
Charles Chapman, Richard Tlllery. Albert
Tiller.?, Tom Rnnbe, Eddie Fatmofl,
Frank Doyle, Edgar Sheppard, Robert
After the adjournment of the club re?
freshments were served, and a delight?
ful time was given to all. Tho regular
meetings of tbe club will bo Tuesdays
and Fridays. ?\ny new members will be
gladly received and a good time to all
will be shown.
EAGLES' BALL GAHE
Richmond Birds to Go to Norfolk Next
Dlxlo Aerie of Eagles hopes to win the
ball game from the Norfolk Aerlo In
Norfolk on tlio 12th instant, ln ordor to
make It a stand off on championship
honors. Norfolk won from Richmond
severa 1 weeks ugo at Broad-Street Purk,
and now tlie local club professes to be?
lieve that It is on to Norfolk's curves
and can win out.
A large crowd of Richmond Eagles
Will ?? to Norfolk with the club, and
special excursion rates will prevail.
Norfolk Ih m?kln? big preparations
for tbo event, and It Is understood the
Hlchmonders will bo given a warm re?
BOSTOCK CANNOT COME
Will Not Mako His Winter Quarters in
Mr. liostock has been vlsltod by quite
a number of his Richmond friends ut
Coney Island, to whom lio has shown thc
greatest hospitality, ho having a warm
spot In his heart for Rlchmondors, who,
he says, treated him and his people with
tlio greatest kindness.
Mr. Rostock regrets exceeding to sny
ho will timi il almost impossible to bo In
Richmond this winter, as ho has signed
contracts for both Ualtmoro and Phla
delpha for water quarters.
Richmond: John E. Etchlson and wife
to Hufus C. Williams. 10 feet on north
side'of Floyd Avenue, 30 feet weet of
K;it!o M. l.athrop to Tidewater Loan
and Trust Company, certain furniture.
R. A. Patterson and wife to R. A. Pat?
tOrson Tobacco Company, SO 1-6 feet on
Seventh Street, northeast corner Arch
und 7t> 0-1-?-1? feet on Seventh Street,
northeast corner old James River and
Kanawha Canal, ?5,
Tax Tltlo Company of Richmond to R.
a. Carter, BO feet on north side Leigh
Street, 160 feet east uf Harrison, U'
AViist Km) Home ?. F. Association to
I. M. Mener, L'7 Kct on Grove Avenue,
northwest corner Hyecinore, ?1,21??.
Body Found In the Water
Near Newport News
TOBACCO MEN ADJOURED
Mr. T. M, Carrlngton of Richmond, Is
is Chosen President?This tho
Fourth Time He Has
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
NEWPORT NEWS, VA., August l.-Tho
body of Garrett Post, a white man about
sixty years old, wns found floating on the
river, near Chesapeake and Ohio pier
No. 4 this morning at 1 O'clock, by Reyney
St Co.'s launch. Tbo body waa towed
ashore, and upon being notifled, Dr. R. R.
Gary, the coroner, held an inuuost, the
Jury finding that the decoacod came to
his death by drowning?
Post worked aa a fisherman and It Is
supposed that ho fell overboard from his
boat Tho body had not been ln tbo w.aor
long when It was found and the man waa
eeen In a saloon In tbo city two days
The drowned man was married and had
several grown children. Ho had lived hero
for a number of years.'
Tho new plant being built for tho Eaglo
Shoe Factory, which baa boon moved to
this city from Fredericksburg, Is almost
comploted and It is ^^vd llliit ,"??* ,10,0"
tory will be turnm?; W't shoes In about
two weeks. Tho bu.iamg Is tlnlshed and
a force haa been at work Installing ma?
chinery for several days.
It Is stated tliut me company has mado
a deal by whloh all tne shoos It can man?
ufacture are to be b.u.iil up by a large
MUSIC MAN FLN'ED,
Hubert Stead, the proprietor of a local
music store, was lined M ond costs In
tho Pollco Court this morning for doing
business as a phoiogroplicr without li?
cense. Tho evidence wus to the effect
that Stead had been developing pictures
for customers and charging fcr tho work,
making a regular business of it. An ap?
peal to the Corporation Court waa takon
and the defendant gave bond for bla ap?
pearance for trial.
The report of exports from this port
during the month of July was completed
at the Custom House. The total value
Of goods exported was $l,lt>S,050.
The cereal exports for the week ending
to-day were: corn, 113,671 bushels; tlour,
21,1?) barrels; meal, 3,203 barrels,
The work of paving West Avenue with
bituminous macadam is being pushed,
and five blocks havo already been com?
pleted. The new paving had its flrsi
water test during tho rain storm yes?
terday, and tho drainage system seems to
The Hampton Roii/Js Driving Club ad?
vertised horse races for this afternoon
ait 2:30 o'clock, but on account of ruin
it was doclded to postpone them until
Monday. A number of good horses have
been entered for the events, and it Is
predicted that the sport will bo worth
Tbo Central Labor Union will adml'.
the negroes. It was announced at the
regular meeting last night that the body
had decided to ? How delegates from any
unions which may be organized by ne?
groes to affiliate. It seems that the cen?
tral body ls to make no special effort
to organize the negro laborers of the city,
but in case the negroes do organize they
will be recognized officially.
Many of the negroes, urged by tho ne?
gro lawyers and doctors, strongly oppose
organization, and It remains to be _ecn
whether or not any delegates will go to
tho Central Labor Union. The negro
lawyers claim that the whlto men want
tho negro organized ln order to crowd
them out of their positions.
TORACCO MEN ADJOURN.
The third annual convention of the To?
bacco Association of the United States
was brought to a close to-day with the
election of officers for the ensuing year,
the result being as follows:
President T. M. Carrlngton Richmond.
Vlce-Prcsident, Vf. L. Petty, Rocky
Mount, N. C.
Secretary-Treasurer, Thomas Mason,
Members of tho Board ot Governors.
M. H. Clarke. T. D. Luckett, Clarks
vllle, Tenn.; C. D. Larus, W. C. Bold,
J, M. Taylor, John C. Hagan, Richmond;
Va.; A. B. Carrlngton, Danville, Va.;
G. T. Patton, Darlington, S. C; J. ?.
Clarke. Bedford City, Va.; General Stilli
Boiling, Petersburg, Va.; W G. Clarke.
Wilson, N. C; C. E. Kersey. Wllbon.
N, C; B. P. Eggleston, Drake's Branch,
VTho meeting of the association which
was held at tho Chamberlin Hotel, Old
Pftlnt. was the best In its history. This
afternoon tho tobacco men were^the
guests of tho Chesapeake nnd Ohio Rail?
way on an excursion around tbo Capos.
President Carrlngton is to nome a com
mitten to select tho meeting place for
next year. This is the fourth lime Presi?
dent Cnrrington hns been honored with
an election by tho association. _
Are you coming to Now York City to
the Races? Stop at the Gregorian Hotel
Sfth St.. between 6th Ave?am Heratd
Sciuaro. Fire-proof, Dellghttully ap
polntetl. Cool. ^___
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&V. ESTERN RAILWAY.
Train now leaving Rlchmona .1 y^"oon
for Lynchburg, Roanoko ^M&t*?eaiate
stations will. boGlnnlng Sunday, August
'Jd and thereafter, leave at iz.io noon-io
minutes earlier, No change ln departure
of other trains, Q H BOSLEY,
District Passenger Agent.
West-End Christian Churo ?, on Mm ris
Street, between Main ?nd FIoy 1 A*.eiue
pleaching lo-day by pastor. Un. I en y
I'e.ir. Atkins at U ?? ?? '???_ = ??" * ?
Sunday-school ut 0:3- S'\0sC,re. a ??,
Endeavoi al 7:-0 P. M. Beats freo, acoi
dlol welcome awaits all.
IT'S A GREAT PLACE TO SPEND
t__. ? ?., , t?,?u? 'Po'Bt. Is 60c. round
Reach Park, Wen l^i. ? Sunday.
trip. Two special t|ttlnsB?? Fond Ali?ii??
"iiuelc" and the ??"?0^G|%?? la
Served at tho Reach Park caio.
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Bear? ? JV? Kind Y^AJS Bought
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F "Sfce Carlsbad of America.'* Mj?
A An ideal resort. All the comforts and luxuries of a perfectly conducted ?
F hotel. Cuisine and service the very best. Varied amusements. Beautiful scenery, g?
& cool nights, no mosquitoes. t A new addition has been added to the main build- m
?\ inir, containing rooms en suite with private bath, etc. Hotel lighted throughout ?
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?} with electricity. X
? Write for 50-page book, containing views, descriptive matter and full infor- ^
F mation regarding the water, hotel, rates, etc. Write to-day. S ?
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F Shipped Anytime AnywHere. M
F Tate spring water is a positive cure for dyspepsia, chronic constipation, fune- ?
L tional disorders of the nervous system, etc., and is highly beneficial in diseases of 3j
Hi the bowels, kidneys, liver and in all cases of blood poisoning and female disease, f
F Prioee, F. ?. ?. Tate Spring, Tena. 5 gal. Rockerjohn, $2.76; W
J?> 10 gal- Rockerjohn, $3.75; .5 gal. orated Demijohn, $2.25; )?
J?J 33 gal. Barrel, $5.00; 15 gal. half barrel, $3.50; case of 12 ?
F half gal. bottles, $6.00. Allowance for empties returned. M
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| THOS. TOMLINSON, Tate Spring', Tenn. f
o, A, SCOTT, DRUGGISTS, TW?WTY-F>FTH AW) BROAO STREETS, AGENTS.
A HIGHLAND BOY
IS TERRIBLY HURT
Tree Falls on Young Harper
(Special to Tho limes-Dispatch.)
MONTEREY, VA., August 1.?Another
Highland boy has been maimed ln the
West Virginia lumber camps. Harper
Reverago, son of the late S. C. Beverage,
who has been at work In the Hoover
camp, near Durbln,1 was terribly Injured
on Thursduy whllo at work ln tho woods.
He was engaged In dislodging a spruce
tree, when It suddenly fell, crushing h!_
leg until pieces of bone wet o forced
through his clothing. An effort ls being
made to avoid amputation, and a hope
of success ls given out by the Burgeon
who attended tho case.
Young Mr. Beverage la one of stiverai
laborers from Highland who has been
overtaken by misfortune In the hazard?
ous work of the woodsman's Ufo. He Is
a worthy young man, highly esteemed
by all who know him.
Tho contract for building tho new
picket fence around the cemetery at
Monterey has been awarded to Mr. R. ?
Glllett for .315, and the work will begin
The threshing of the wheat crop, al?
ways belated and never large, Is now
beginning. What Is known as the Bull
pasture Valley, In Eastern Highland,
leads ln the production of wheat and a
comparative estimate. Just made by a
leading farmer of that section, will con?
vey some idea of the torrlblo drought of
last year and tuo drain upon Cnauees for
breadstuff as a result thereof. The gen?
tleman ln question says that latt season
there was not ? thousand bushels of
wheat threshed between Doe Hill nnd
Willlamsvllle, a distance of twenty miles,
and bis estimate this year la 20,000.
Dr. George Rodgers, a native of this
county, has Just turned over his practico
ln Augusta to Dr. C. C. Jones, another
Highland boy, and will locate ln one of
tho boom districts of West Virginia.
Mr. William Rarr and son, Prank, have
Just completed their Job of plastering on
the new resldenco built by Mr. I. L.
Reverago, on South Spruce Streot, and a
few finishing touches by Carpenter Bus?
sard will mako It ready for occupancy.
Messrs. L. A. Cavlchoff and A. C. Judy
nro both erecting now residences, the
former on Main Street, Monterey; the
latter just north of town, on his farm.
Mrs. Phillips and daughter, of Tennes?
see aro visiting tho former's sister, Mrs,
S. Sullenberger, near Vanderpool,
Miss Helen Campbell, daughter of Dr.
O, J, Campbell, Is ?visiting her friends,
tlio Misses Slpe, of Harrtsonburg.
Dr. Hawthorne in Boston.
The streams of Southern and Western
tourists pouring Into Boston Increase
every summer, In tho latter part of June
and throughout the month of July the
pilgrims most in evldonce are teachers In
public schools and professors and ad?
vanced pup'Is ln the colleges. Through
the month of August the hotels nre
crowded with merchants, bankers, pro?
fession*] men, rich planters and th.lr
Boston's electric railway system Is more
ext-nslve and complet? than that of any
other city In tho world, In her cele?
brated "Bubway" there are cars to take
you to every town and seaside resort In
New England. Th? people of Massachu?
?etts are great lovers of antiquity. Tii?>
Rosion art galleries aro extensivo and
t hoir exhlbltp of nnclont sculpture and
painting are simply bewildering to tho
average observer. In ajl tho cilles, towne
and villages every place of historic in
teres. Is marked by some Imposing monu?
ment and every relic of colonial times w
c-urefully preserved In some well-arranged
and carefully managed museum. There
1- ni> ?eglon of our country where fhere
la so much to Interest and Inspire the
student of history and the lover of art.
Thousands of people ot moderate meant?
come hither because tho oxpenae? of liv?
ing und transportation are comparatively
cheap, in Boston, or any of the sur
rounding towns, you can get a comfort
able room and good table board for ?a
Tbe stranger or visitor to render hi*
situation thoroughly enjoyable and to put
himself ?,,? the easiest terms with all
classes ?nf peorle can only to manifest
his appreciation of what he Bees and
Tho most historic section of this eoun?
try ia Virginia. Within hor borders tho
greatest battles have beon fought, und on
her soli the greatest Americans were born
ami reared. The time will come when lief
V-eopI. will appiedalo these facts vastly
A SPIRITO-REL.GIOUS LOVE STORY.
BY COL. A. J. ROGERS.
NOW IN PROCESS OE PUBLICATION.
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more than they do to-day, und when mon?
uments and museums of antiquities will
bo as numorous as they are In Massachu?
setts. Virginia Is destined to be a rich-*?
Stato than Massachusetts, and when s!?e
has put as much monoy into schools and
other facilities for tno promotion of in
tellectual culture and patriotic sentiment
as Massachusetts tourists will be as num?
erous In Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk,
CharlottOHvllle and Lynchburg as they
are to-day In the cities arid towns of Now
J. B. HAWTHORNE.
INVADES BRITISH SOIL
(Special Cable to The Tlmes-Dlspatch,
LONDON, August 1.?The sudden and
stifling heat w.ilch overwhelmed London's
millions last week brought with It such
a plague of mosquitoes as the city hus
never before experienced. ?.
Some people who.? mosquitoes havo u
lilting for had their hands and faces cjis
llgured with swellings that surpassed the
worst work of a wasp.
All the large public hospitals had mon
qulto cases among their out-patlenta on
Saturday. The surgery album' at Guy's
ehowed twenty "bites" In the list of en?
"We have mosquito cases every year,"
said tho house .surgeon ?'?'sterday, "but
never had such a day as Saturday. . Boma
of the paMetlfe were quite blind for a
time, and In the case of others tholr fore?
arms hnd swollen all round In a painful
manner. Several bnbles were badly bit?
The hospital dor-tors agreed that the in
i""ct? doing all thla mlsehlet wore tho
? rt.il mosquitoes, imponed .from abroad, |
1 and hatched in the harbor?
Prices for Carriages and Cab?,
In Effect August 1, 1903.
Theatre? .?,3 00
Marriages . S 00
?- eptlo-.?, . 2 M
Germans.,. 8 00
ChrUt<-?i!ii(? . 2 M
funerals io Cccietc-ry. 3 60
Funerals?Ilmiif, Churcb and Ijcpot. 3 50
Funerali to Depot .'....'.. 2 50
Heart,? .;. 7 00
Train Call??Ono Passenger. 50
Trulli C'alU?Two Passdigi-rs. 1 00
Traiti Culls?Three or Four Punengers.... 1 50
Pleasure rHIne. *??? Hrst hour and $1.00 for
each additional hour or fraction thereof.
Call??Ono or Tivn Passenger?.t 50
Calls?K.icli Additional Pssstnjer. 25
? ????? '.? ? ? . 2 00
Reception??One Passcntcr, $1.00; ?t?? Pas?
?ense? . 1 50
Tra Party, one hour'? duration. 1 00
Msrriajfea . 3 00
Funerala . 2 60
Germain . 2 00
Calling. Shopping and Pleasure Hiding,
per hour . I 00
Nlrjht Service Between 11 P.M. and ? A.M.
Call??Onu Paseenw. 1 00
CalU?Two Passengers . 1 60
CalU?Three or Four Passengers. 2 00
Pleasure flirting. slr.jle hour. C.U0
Ploasure Illdliif, tico hours or more, per
hour. 1 60
Call??One Pamongrr. 60
CalU?Two Passengers. * ??
Pleasure Riding?Two Pnesenger?, $1.150 rtr?t
hour mid ?1.00 each additional hour or fraction
thereof; more than Tiro Passengers, 60 cents
RICHMOND TRANSFER CO.,
THOS. B, HICKS,
JOS. W. BLILEY,
B. WITTKAMP, JR.,
W. B. NELSON,
JAS. M'DONOUGH & CO.,
BENNETT LIVERY CO.,
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It is a good time to change.
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Our Repairing md Repainting Ds<
paitwentsare First -Class.
R. H. BOSSiER'S SONS,
15 S. 0th St., Richmond, Va.
MAY GO TO THE POPULAR Re.
The popular placa of amusement 1?
Beach Park. Special train every after?
noon, 5:30 P. M. Fifty cents for lhe
riu'.tKl trip. Sunday truins Jouve 9:30 A.
M. and 1:00 P. M. The aea food .'nenie
served at Beach Paris are immense. Don't
jaitj ? hem!