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Gathering by Thousands in
City of Greensboro.
A SPLENDID PROGRAMME
Men Who Wero Born in Norlh Carolina
Are lo Assemble on Their Native
Heath to Renew the Associa?
tions of Their Youth.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
GREENSBORO, N. C, October 10.
'The reunion of North Carolinian's residing
In other State?, to be held In Greensboro
October 12th and 13th, will be the most
Interesting event in our Stato during the
.year. In January last tho city of Greens?
boro decided to have a reunion of non?
resident sons and daughters ot North
Carolina, nnd asked the State to Join in
the Invitation. While Greensboro Is the
local hostess and will entertain most
' royally nil who will come within her
(?Mes, yet the celebration and the Invita?
tion are not local?are not Greensboro's.
They belong to this? wholo Staio, and tho
.whole State will join Greensboro in mak?
ing the occasion one of the most honor
jable ln our history. Tne Governor's mes?
sage to the General Assembly, nnd tho
'joint resolutions adopted by that body set
I forth fully and eloquently the objects of
The press of tho country, voicing the
sentiment of the people of the whole
Commonwealth, welcomed the suggestion
:of a reunion of native North Carolinians
: residing ln other States, and have co?
operated with the local committees In
bringing the matter to the attention of
North Carolinians everywhere.
The response from those scattered
abroad shows that they nro coming in
largo numbers, if not an "hundred thous
tnd strong." and coming with (he filial
?love of all North Carolinians for their
i mother State. Some o'. them have grown
I rich in their new homes; they are leaders
? !lr. law. In commerce, manufacturing and
cgrlculture; they have mariled in the
l?eme of their adoption; they are closely
I Identified with the communities and
?States which they hare helped to build;
?but there ls not one of the 326,037 of the
native born North Carolinians who will
noi e In Greensboro on the 12th and
13th' of October, in person or ln spirit.
In addition to these letters expressing
?the fraternal phase, the more practical
one of organization has been developed
'by the formation of North Carolina so?
cieties in New York, Baltimore, Norfolk,
Richmond, Philadelphia, Atlanta. Macon,
New Orleans, Chicago, Seattle, and sev?
eral other cities, and delegates havo been
?selected to represent them in the re?
Everything that could be done has been
done by the Board of Managers of tho
Reunion Association, the various com?
mittees and private Individuals to make
the proper preparation for reunion visi?
tors. All arrangements are now com?
plete, the association forces and the city
awaiting with pride the oncoming thou?
sands of beloved ones nt homo and
abroad. Thorough appreciation Is felt
and expressed here on all sides at the
cordial co-operation of sc? many people
and of the press of the State, to mako
tho reunion a success, nnd they will al?
ways remember kindly those .vlio havo
shown such Interest.
The stores, publia- and private buildings
will present a beautiful appearance with
bunting, North Carolina Stale flags and
national colors entwined. Tho ?various
college societies and county headquar?
ters will be handsomely decorated and
Indicated by great electric signs on South
Elm Street, near the courthouse, and
when lighted will spell out the words,
"The Old North State Forever," tho
other sign will be plncod across the same
street and will spell the word, "Wel?
come." Committees are mooting overy day
i and night malting final arrangements and
getting things in the proper shape for
'? this creat occasion.
Besides tho central reunion hendquar
ters the following counties have pro?
vided sp*jclal headquarters for visitors
| from those'?cbuiitles: Randolph, Cumber?
land. Orange, Chatham and Wake.
The Musons, Pythlans. St. Andrew's
Brotherhood men. Physicians and n^Yier
, orders and societies have also arranged
I especial headquarters.
The visiting newspaper men will be
well taken care of. A meeting of the re?
union Tress Committee was held yester?
day afternoon for tho purpose of making
' the necessary arrangements.
Headquarters ft?:? the editors will be !:i
the lobby, and the two front ofllces of the
building of the Security Life and An?
A sign will be prepared bearing tho
words, "Headquarters, Visiting Editors."
Availing tables, stationery, dr nltlni;
water, etc., clKars nnd Whatever else the
committee cnn think of as useful to thn
visiting representatives of the press will
be provided in abundance,
The Press Committee will also _ee to It
(that all other countries |n the way of
(transportation and the Ilk?: arc* extended
1r? the newspaper mnn who will gather?
' hero from all quarters of the State and
There will bo a pplendld galaxy of edl
| tors and newspaper men here. Besides
editors and staff correspondents from nil
tbe dally papers of the State, the big
dallies of New York, Baltimore, Rich?
mond, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Boston,
Wsahlnglon and New Orleans hau?? given
notice that thoy would hnve correspon?
dents here for special work. H?rpe"'
Weekly, the great New York Illustrated
weekly, has arranged to nend a special
writer and sinff artist to prepare mutter
and Illustration? of tho occasion, especial?
ly of the battle ground ceremonies.
The followlni; programme ot exerclsirs
Just completed gives the story of the
formal oelebratlon of North Carolina's
[first great State Reunion:
Sunday, October 11th, Il A. M.?First
Presbyterian Church, Rev. \v. Vf. Mooro,
X? ii. presldert Union Theological s??ml
nary, Richmond, Va.
Wftst Merket ?. ? Church, Rev. C.
'Vf. Byrd. I>. D,, Atlanta, Qa.
8 P. M-Grand Opera Howie, reunion
perrnon, Itev. A C. I'ixon, D. D., Bos?
?Monday, October 12th, Grai.d I '!?? ra
'flouse, 2 P. M??Invocation.
Introduction of Hon. Matthew Whltaker
?Hansom as presiding ofllcer, by Presi?
??ent Charlen D. Mclvrr, chairman of the
[Board of Managers.
Address of welcome on behalf of the
etate, by Governor Charl?? J}. Ay-cock.
Addrous of welcome on behalf of the
???ity of Gieeneboro, by Colonel Jamen T.
Response?-, (seven minut?e each):
From the North Carolina Society of
?Js'ew York, Hon. Frank K- Bhohi-r.
From the Norlh Carolina Society of
IphllttAelphla., Vf. F. Futiell, Esq.
NEW IDEA PATTERN, 10c.
Try Our Credit System. You Con Buy What You Want at
CA5M PRICES and Pay in Small Payments,
Weekly or Monthly.
Special Sale Carpets, Rugs and Druggets.
New Tailored-Mo.de Suits, Skirts and Cloaks.
Ladles' TaHor-Made Suits of black
cheviot, mnde with long blouse coat.?.,
elaborately trinimeli wiUi fancy silk
braid, with capes over shoulders, 7
gore finned skirt, nt Qtt?t,
Lidies' Tiilloi-Maiie Suits of Zibe?
line, in navy blue and gray, with
long blouse coats elaborately trimmed
With 3llk bands, ornaments and braid,
deep cape collar and seven-gored
trimmed flare skirt, at .f*'<>.
Ladles' Cheviot Tnllor-Mudo Pult?,
lunik* cinse lilting, long coat, silk llm'd
and seven-gored flare skirt, at ??StS.
Lades' Tailor-M.ide Cloth Suits in
navy and black with s-hort blouse coal,
trimmed with Kinds of taffeta and
seven-pored skirt, trimmed to match
coat, nt $1U.
Ladies' Close-Fitting Box-Pleaicil
Coats, of tan, broadcloth, lined through?
out with PA tin, with Panne velvet belt
nnd silk ends, three-quarter lengths,
at only plf?.
Ladles' Tan and Black Cloth Coats,
made In Intest stylo loosi.-fIt.tinR, large
sleeves, at lf8.
Lndles' Long Dross Skirts of doth,
nine gores, each gore bound with satin
bands, very stylish, 914,
Ladles' Stylish Dress Skirt of Zibo
llne, in navy, gray and black, beauti?
fully and elaborateli? trimmed with
bands and braid! at ??.G.?.
Ladles' Gray Walking Skirt, made
ln latest style, twenty gores, each
gore stitched, *5G,.7G>.
Ladles' Walking Skirts of cloth In
bino nnd black, corded nnd trimmed
with buttons, nt ?2.75;
Special Sale Lace Curtains ?uid Portieres.
See These Wonderful Bargains in the
New Fev.ll &.nd Winter Dress Goods.
THIS DEPARTMENT IS MEETING WITH TREMENDOUS SUCCESS.
WE OFFER THE MOST SENSATIONAL BAi^GAINS. YOU. NEVER BUY
SUCH DRESS FABRICS AT SUCH LOW PRICES AGAIN. SPECIAL BAR?
GAINS IN BLACK DRESS GOODS.
39c. FOR 75c. WAISTINQ.
Popular Waist Material nt less thnn
the maker's cost prices; narrow and
medium, with self colored cord stripes
In granite weave, in pink, light blue,
navy blue, castor, lavender, black with
white cord stripe, not ? pleco In the lot
sold less than COc. a yard, special .inc.
22c, FOR 2Pc. ALL-WOOL TRICOT.
In pink, light blue, lavender, tan. old
blue and garnet, selling in othor
stores for 2i*c. a yard, special for 22c
$1 FOR S1.25 54-INCH SANGALINE
An entirely new fall Press Fabric,
hnnd twisted, medium weight crash,
some call it snow-flake, special for sJL
50c. FOR 69c. ALL-WOOL ZIBELINE.
Much ln demand for Walking Suits
and Children's School Dresses, 3S Inch
?os wide, long nap. over fifty styles to
select from; they are worth C9c. a yard,
our prlco 80c.
.*U?e. for All-Wool cloth, SS Inches
wido, In every shade.
S!)c*. for All-Wool. Cloth, M Inches
wldo, in any shade you want.
7G???. yard for Black Cheviot, 44 inch?
es wide, worth $1 a yard.
?IK?, for Alt-Wool Embroidered Dot
Albatross, that sold for $1 a yard, in
light blue, navy blue, purple and ro
slda, green; Borne have white dots,
while others with black dot.
Rl.1.0 yard for $l-.60 Hairline Stripe
Zibeline, ai Inches wide, black and nil
$1.25 FOR $1.50 WOOL ZIBELINE.
B6 Inches wide, heavy weight twill,
with long silk finish nap, the very
th'tng for tailor-ma.d<* suits, well worth
il.fvO, our price $1.25.
DO NOT WAIT ANY LONGER FOR YOUR BLANKET AND COMFORT
ABLE BUYING. IT IS NOT SAFE. THESE PRICES ARE THE RESULT OF
SOME VERY LARGE PURCHASES. HAD WE TO BUY THEM AGAIN TO?
DAY THEY WOULD NOT BE OFFERED AT ANY SUCH PRICES.
FULL SIZE COTTON BLANKETS.
of fine quality cotton, in white and
silver gray, with pretty pink nnd blue
borders, finished with crochet edge,
usually $1.25 per pair, spt-cial for t)Sc,
White and gray, made of fine se?
lect yarn, with spool cotton warp,
large assortment of pretty borders,
size 72?!?_ inches, each pair weighs five
pounds, well worth $5 per pair, special
1,000 YARDS OF FLANNEL.
Pure, white, wool flannel, ."ill 20c.
and 21c. yard, special Monday, 14e.
Mail-Carrier Gray Flannel, 80c. a
Covered with extra heavy tick?
5l>c, for size 18x26,
T?e, for size *?x_S,
1*31.2.*. for size 22x28.
Covered in silkollne, beautiful floral
design on one side, plain on reverse,
pure white cotton filling, without
zephyr, $2 valuo, for 81.00.
Extra Size Home-Made Comforts,
covered with English Alberta silk,
some with heavy twill flannelette, the
same thing on both sides; they are
heavy and warm, filled with pure
white corded cotton, well worth $5,
special for to-morrow $15.25.
Special sale Canton Flannel at 8c.
and 10c. a yard; a bargain.
5,000 YARDS FLANNELETTE.
In neat figure and stripes, all dark
patterns for wrappers and waist, this
season's style, well worth 10c. a yard,
for ? l-lc,
For Cushion and Furniture Cover?
ing ln remnants, sell 25c. a yard by the
piece remnant will be 15c.
Sheets and Pillow Case?/- and Muslin.
IT WOULD PAY YOU TO BUY
Made of standard muslin, absolutely
free from dressing, noted for durabil?
ity, size 2n.:2Vj yards, well worth 80c,
special at 03c.
50c. Bleached Sheets, size 54xlK), spe?
Yard Wide Bleached Cotton, 5 3-4,
the regular 7c, grade, limited quantity
of ten yards to customer.
FOR YOUR FUTURE NEEDS.
Ultra Hemstitched Shc-ets, 2%x_V4
yards, the same sheet you always paid
$1 for, special to-morrow for 89c.
Extra heavy deep hemstitched Pillow
Case that always sell for 25c., spe?
cial at H>e.
Feather-Proof licking, ?fHnches wide,
medium white and blue stripe, 19c.
grade, for 1*1?. yard.
10-4 Unbleached Sheeting 18c. a yard.
Big Bargains in Wool and Cotton Underwear.
FOR LADIES, MEN, BOYS AND GIRLS. EARLY BUYING WILL SAVE YOU
At lOc.?irnfaius' Henvy Fleet?
Wrappers, usually ?ell for G-?-C., Mon
25o.?Infants' Half ??'??? Fleece
Ruben's Infants' Ribbed Shirts, 2G.?.
Infants' Part Wool Bands, 25e.
Infants' Wool Bunds, ?Sl?c.
Boys' Heavy Fleece Shirts nnd Pant?,
regular ?>*.. valuo, 2.".i\
Toys' Heavy Gray Cotton Shirts,
Fante to match, special 25c. pleco.
Boys' mid Girls' Heavy White Cot?
ton Shirts, 1214c to -12e. ; Pants to
Boys' and Girls Hoavy Whlto All
Wool Merino Siti its, ?l5c. to 75c. ?
Pants to match.
Bodies' anil Misses' Heavy White
Ribbed Cotton Fleftcn Shirts, woven
edge, tape neck, extra long, great
value for ii?"n*.
LADIES' RIBBED CORSET COVERS,
Woven neck, tlght-flttlr.g, tho very
thing for wearing white shirt-waists,
special bargain, 25??.
LADIES' AND MISSES' MEDIUM
Silk tupe neck,
spi iul values for
Ladies' White Merino Drawers
dal ?Mie., sold for UK.
Men's Underwear, gray wool mixed,
BOo,; gray wool from 8' to 8l.(l2'_n,;
red from iil.25 10 1? 1.112Ka?.; white from
?ft to tfi.75; Wright's Wool Fleece, tjl.
Lnrtlep.' Heavy Fleet? Flannel Wrap?
per, made In n? v.eut style, with flounce
ruffle over shoulder, trimmed In braid,
speiinl value for fl,
MISSES' AND LADIES' UNION
Heavy fleece ribbed, 50c, value, 25c.
infanti.' Union Suits, 25c., value,
Ladles' White and Gray Wool Me?
rino ShlrtH, jiants to match, 81.
Ladles' Medien ted Red Shirts, all
wool, special value for 81.25.
Light-weight gray, 50c. and ?1.
Hoavy Fleece Lined, no,..
Fine Wool Suits, pink and blue 82
?".?mon Drawer-, as??.
Full line of all winter Underwear,
Special sale of Bedford Shawl*?, gray
ana Mick, wnlte, mixture, also brown,
From the North Carolina Koelety of
Baltimore, Mr, John Wilbur Jenkins.
From tho North Carolina Society nt
Richmond, Rev. W, W, Moore, D. D,
From the North Carolina Boclety of
Atlor.ta, Bhei ?uii Bryan, i--?q?
From th?? Sliite . ?S'evada, Judge Flt?.
From the state oi South Carolina, pr?s?
? ni It. P. Pell.
Prom the State of Tennessee, Hon, !..
Brief responses, from other Btatr-n.
? p. Ma?Bnterlelnraonia:
The North ?'anilina Hint? Normal and
The Ui censi???)??? I'emnle College.
vii Hing l'y
Fill your houso with boarders thn,ugh
a Tlmes-Dlspatch Want Ad.
?? .?. ?3 1"0 1=1. X j&..
??are th. t? M '?"''?J Vm tia>a Ali-rayj. Bought
BIgnttnH S7$> . ?/-?/?-?~??G'
Smoker at Pythian Hall
\?/j/> l?. M. to 11:80 I'- M.?Reception? at
Tuesday, October i.'.tl,, Qultford Hattle
giound, 10*80 A M.-rAddresses \,y:
li?,... H?,i;..? Bmlth, of Georgia.
I'an. Joseph! ?M. I'-xon, nt Montana.
I/.?-. Paul '.arrl/.ger, of Virginia.
Mr. 'A'iilter II Pi???, of New York.
I resident >?- ' ? Alderman, ??f Louisiana.
Hon, Murai HaJstead, of Ohio.
? ??, m Hasl'.ei dinner,
;, ? m Conlral Carolina Fair
' G. M -?"one Alt leti?- I'ark l-'lrewnrks.
:? ?;?> ??, m. Hmitn Memorial Building.
il 1' ta] HUt?!
?? ? ?gemei t D -r??,?ci,
TI .'iriilly ut M Us Mary Vf. Mercer, of
V.u? burn-, pronounce erroneous the
report ?<f ? ? . agerneut t?, Mr, M?-r
bert C. i.'KiitfD,.?, primed In yesterday's
'Jlmes-Dlspi irti ? ht li?:m In i-urntl ??
v.?,?: opted fi?' p tbo columna ?t a Nuw
pciit ..'? ??> ti? ., .?.?*?.
Half of the Argument Heard
In Haywood Case.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
RALEIGH, N. C, Oct. 10.?Four
speeches were made to-day In the trial
of Ernest Haywood and six attorneys
nre yet to speak. Tho argument has been
In progress two d.iys, and is now half
completer!. It Ir llkoly to extend late Info
Tuesday, perhaps, taking ihe whole day".
Colonel J. C. L. Harris concluded the ar?
gument ho began Friday, and was fol?
lowed by W. N. Jones, for the defense
unti R. C. Strong for tho prosecution, and
J. N. Holding fqr defenuafit.
When court meets at 9 o'clock Monday,
Senator H. E. Norris will speak for tho
Stato, then S. G. Ryan, for the defense.
Their speeches will probably occupy the
morning, and In tho afternoon .Senator
Donnoll Ollllam for Iho Stato, and Cap
tnln ??. ?. Day for tho defense, will be
heard. Tuesday the concluding speeches
will be mado by Solicitor Vf 15. Daniel
and Colonel Thomas M. Argo. Judge
Pcel-lOB will then chargo the Jury. Colonel
J. C. la. Harris took Just forty-five min?
utes to-day In concluding his speech be?
gun on tho prcaiious dHy.
W. N. Jonoa consumed an hour ,an<I
thirty-two minutos in his speech. Hi}
was tho only attorney thus far who call?
ed any of tho Juror? by name In ad?
dressing them or referred to tho honored
family mimo of the defense. Robert C.
Strong-, for the Stato spoko an hour
and flvo minutes, whllo J. N. Holding,
for the defense, spoke for threo hours,
and devoted the major part of his argu?
ment t orevlew of the Stated evidence.
Tho Judgo holds counsel closo to the
caso as outlined by evidence, Ho nllows
no personal reference to defendant oi
deceased or any members of tholr fami?
lies. No sontlmentnl appeals are allow?
IN NORTH CAROLINA
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
RADEIGH N*. C, October 10.?The
Secretary of State Issued a charter
to the Holt Cotton Company of Smith
field. The capital authorized Is (100.000,
with 515,000 paid ln by Stephen Holt,
Willis H. Austin ana Allen K. Smith.
The company proposes to operate a cot?
ton mill and buy and sell cotton gen?
Another Important concern chartered
was tho Farmers' Consolidated Tobacco
Company, of Greenville. ThTs concern
was authorized to deal In leaf tobacco
and manufacture the weed. Among the
Incorporators aro J. J. Laughlnghouse,
C. D. Smith, E. E. Dare. Jr., S. V. Joyner,
A, A. Forbes, O. L. .Toyner, W. H. Dale,
W M Smith and others The capital
stock is $100,000 authorized and $1,100 sub?
The Greenville Lumher and Veneering
Company was also chartered yesterday,
with a capital of $25,000 authorized and
subscribed by A. B. Minor, of Suffolk;
H. McClellan, F. G. Whaley and O. G.
FREDERICKSBURG. VA.-Mrs. Julia
Foncs, widow of the late Amo3 Fones,
a well known Indy of Westmoreland coun?
ty, was paralyzed this weok, and is now
in a critical condition.
FREDERICKSBURG-?, VA.-The Sun?
day-school Convention of tho Herman
Baptist Association will meet with Beu?
lah Baptist Church In Caroline county
on October 27th for a scss on of two
YORKTOWN. VA.?The Second United
States Torpedo boat Squadron, ^mist?
ing of the Truxtun, Whipple and Stuart,
left here at noon yesterday for Norfolk
to take on fresh provisions and return
ROANOKE. VA.?Rev. Ellis Hay, pas?
tor of the Reformed Church, one of the
ablest Roanoke ministers, has been called
to the pastorate of the Shlppen burg,
Pa., Church, and will probably accept.
ROANOKE, VA.?J. B. Fishbum. cash?
ier of the National Exchange Bank, and
Edward Stone, president of the Stono
Printing and Manufacturing Company,
left to-night for a trip around tho world
for the benefit of their hoalth. They
will bo gone six months.
O'd Oornmilt ? Re-Elected.
(Special '.o The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
W1LL1AMEIHURG, VA., Oct. 10.-The
Democrats of James City county met at
Tonno to-day for the purpose of re?
organizing. Owing to the bad weather
there was a very small attendance.
Dr. H. U. Btephenson was elected
chairman and E, S. Meanley secretary.
All of the old committee wore re-elected.
Crawford in Louisa.
(Special fn The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
LOUISA, VA., Oct. 10.~In tho legisla?
tive primary held ln this county to-day
all indications point to a signal victory
for Robert A, Crawford, over his oppo?
nete, Captain Orerton and W. I. Irby.
Mr. Crawford got the entire vote polled
at this place.
Al?-.rm in tV'anrh ster.
At four minutes before midnight the
fire department was called out on ac
couCi of the burning of an old cable box
on Lull between Eleventh and Thlrteentn
Stre?tH. Tho box had been Ignited by th?
orosslnpf of two wires, one of which was
charged. The blaze wns extinguished
with little difficulty and practically no
Mr. Hnrwood Bettar,
John S. Harwood. Jr., son of Colonel
John ?. Harwood; w*ho was quite badly
hurt several days ago wh'lo practte ng
With the Richmond College foot-ball learn,
Is Improving, and is now considered out
Fra ernal Lodge A. F. & A, M.
Fraternal Lidgo, No. C3, A, F. and A.
M?, will have a stated communication at
the Masonic Temple to-morrow evening at
7:;iO p'clock, A largo attendance of mem?
bers Is earnestly requested.
Church Hill W. '"? T, U.
Tho Church Hill branch of tho Woman's
Christian Assoaat on will hold its regular
meoilns on Tuosday ?afternoon .: ot. i
., 'clock at tho association building, No.
21505 Baal Frnlilln Btreet. The member?*
aie urged to attend, as the meeting 13
oe ot Importance to_the institution.
SICKNESS IH THE TRANSVAAL.
Government Offers Prize of ?25,000
Flve-idxths of South A-frlca Is uninhab?
itable for horses owing to a horse bIck
iu-kh wliicli carries off- at least ?SO.OOO
horse? every year, The Transvaal MV
eminent will pay -??,??? for a cure for
the diseuse. If any government hud offoi?
???1 a llkv. sum for a remedy that would
cure ltlii-uuia.ll.sm, Catarrh, Constipation,
Stornarli Trouble or any Rlood Dlsea.ee
thai allllots tho human family, Dr. Burk
Imrt's Vegetable Compound would have
won the prlie, Lust year 8,7Sfl,00O rase?
wer? tiia-ite.1 with this erreat remedy, and
(? iH>r cent, wore restored to hoalth. A
| thirty'daye' treatment costs only twonty
\<ivo tenta at dina ?lor?.
105 East Broad.
On account of the inclemont weaihor during the past weok, wo will
continue our reduction sole a few days longer, as many of our friends wero
unable to reach tho storo to take advantage of our groat reduction in tho
price of Toys. Everything in the storo has been reduced in price?new
goods and old, nothing reserved. Below we givo you a few samples of
what can bo had for a little money, all goods sold for cash only.
TEACH YOUR CHILD TO 8AVE?ONE OF
OUR BEAUTIFUL LITTLE WOODEN BANKS,
GET THE LITTLE QIRL ONE OF THE8E
TELESCOPES FOR .Oo
OR A BOX OF CROWN DOMINOES.18o
OR A DOLL FROM A LARQE ASSORT?
A WIRE JUMPING ROPE.Oo
A TRICYCLE FOR .82-20
FURNITURE SETS .OBo
INDIAN CLUBS, PER PAIR.20c
OR A LITTLE DESK AND REVOLVING
CHAIR.78o TO 84.BO
CHAIR OR ROCKER.40o AND 70o
8HIN GUARDS .48c
RUBBER NOSE GUARDS .81.20
A GOOD FOOT-BALL .OBo
BLUBBER BLADDERS .40o
ALL COLORS OF ENAMEL .10?
GOOD PEDALS .,.2??
LACING CORDS, BELL8. MENDING OUT?
FITS, SADDLES, HANDLE BARS, LAMPS
A FINE LINE OF INDESTRUCTIBLE
IRON TOYS, THE BEST THING IN THE
WORLD FOR CHILDREN.
NICE PRINTING SETS .Oo
BEAUTIFUL ENAMEL BATH SETS.28o
TEA SETS, ONLY .,..,.18c
RUBBER BALLS .4c UP
RUBBER BABY RATTLES, EACH.ac
TIN ONES FOR, EACH .lc
GET FOR THE BOY:
A RING GAME OF MARBLES.Tc
MAGIC LANTERNS .2Bc UP
A FINE AIR RIFLE .OBc
NICKLE-PLATED BULL DOG PISTOI_8c
BOW AND ARROW .'..8o
OR A FOOT? BALL .05c
BOXING GLOVES .48c
INCLUDING A FULL LINE OF SPAULDING
A GOOD HUNTING COAT .?Oo
A GOOD HUNTING VEST .78c
A GOOD HUNTING LEGGINGS .-14c
WINCHESTER PUMP GUNS .818,015
REMINGTON HAMMERLESS .822.G50
L. C. SMITH .824.50
IMPORTED BRBECH-LOADER .88*60
SINGLE-BARREL BOYS' GUN .8-1.*.*,
MARCONI WIRELESS TELEGRAPH
Stock of tho Marconi "Wireless Tele?
graph Company of America Is now placed
on sale. A. limited number of shares will
be sold at ia a shar<> and tho prediction
ls made by F. P. Ward & Co. that In a
fow years this stock will be worth possi?
bly more than $1,000 a share. This sounds
Incredible, but Bell Telephone stock once
sold for $1 a sharo, and became worth
somo yoars afterwards $1,000 a share.
The Marconi Company hns a strong
board of directors and they are certain
to do everything possible to make tho
Marconi' sysetm of wireless telegraphy
moro fruitful of dividends than any
othor. It is beyond question that In a
few years tho stock of this company
must Increase many fold. Applications
for description of stock should be made
to F. P. Ward & Co., Farmers Bank
Building, Pittsburg, ?a.
BOSTON NOW LEADS
IN GREAT CONTEST
Philipp! Given Great Ovation
But He Was Unable to
Hold Hitters Down.
(By Associated Prose.)
PITTSBURG, PA.. October 1?.?Tho sec?
ond largest crowd that ever attended a
ball game at. Exposition Park greeted
tho American and National League cham?
pions when thoy nppeared on tho field to
play tho fourth and last home gamo of
the serlos. Boston won easily, 7 to 3,
making three straight victories for the
Tho magrnlflcont record mado by Phll
Ippl In winning tho throe games pitched
t?gainst the Boston pennant winners led
the crowd to think ho could do so again,
but In this they were disappointed. Ae
ho walked to tho center of the diamond to
begin th? gumo he waa glvon tho greatest
reception ever tendered a player on tho
local grounds and presented with a dia?
mond pin. Ho pitched a. good, steady
game, but Boston's hits came when most
necited, while Pittsburg could not bunch
theirs, Toung pltohed a tino gamo for
iloston, and was vory steady with men on
Score: R? ?. E.
I Pittsburg .00O101O0 1-3 10 3
Boston . 20020 3010-7 U 4
Batteries: Phtllppl end Pholps; Young
I and Crlger. Timo, 1:45. Umpires, Connolly
and O'Day. Attendance, 17,078.
Rev. W. L. Tailor Denles.
Edltor o? The Tlmes-Dlsps-tch:
Sir,?There appeared In the News Leader
of October 8th, under tho caption of "Se?
rious Charges Against ItoanoUe Colored
Pastor," the following:
"Negroes of Roanoke and leading min?
isters have passed ringing resolutions of
condemnation of tho Rev. W. L. Taylor
foi dismissing J. E. Brown, local chief ot
tho True Reformers, for refusing, as al?
leged, to collect rent and act as Tay?
lor's agent for a large house which was
rented for Immoral purposes."
lit regard to the above I beg to state
through the columns of your paper:
1. J. E. Brown has never been dis?
missed from the employment of tho
Grand Fountain, hut In a rogular mooting
liuld with the deputy generals, whose duty
and privilege It la to make reeummenda
tlon In changes ln their Held, Mr. Brown,
as well as others, was a-slfriied to a new
field and another as?lgnedi to fill his
place at Roanoke, This ho declined' to
accept, and sent In lus resignation.
II. Mr. Brown has never collected, nor
lias ho been requested to collect a cent
of rent from any houee belonging to me.
I III, The house In question lu a tene
\fucnt butdlng, and was placed hi the
WEEK OF OCTOBER 12.
THE COMEDY DRAMATIC TRIUMPH,
By JOSEPH LeBRANDT.
A BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY.
A Play with a Tone That
is Pure and Sweet.
FIRST TIME HERE.
Replete with Comedy, Sen?
timent, Surprises and Tears
Production Carried Complete.
THE GREAT COAL MIN? SCENE
THE SENSATIONAL POLICE RAID
THE DOUBLE LEAP FOR LIFE
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Popular Prices.
Chesspeako ami Ohio Railway Company,
Office of Secretary.
Richmond, Va., Aug. 18, 1003.
NOTICE IS HEl-KltY (?IVK.V THAT TUB AN.
miai meeting of ttie stockholderH of ?) ??
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COM?
PANY for tbe flection of Urn Director? and
the transaction of Midi oilier Iiuh?iiobh im may
lawfully come before the meeting, Including
the union t?}? purchase, merger or consolidation
ot or with certain subsidiary companies, and
Including thu aale und piircbaic of tbe fran?
chise, rights, privileges und property of Thu
Clicsiipeitke and Ohio Rnllway Company, a
corporation organized and existing: under the
laws of tbo Slate of Went Virginia to mid by
The Cliesnpeako nnd Oblo Railway Company,
a corporittlnn organized aud existing under
tbe laws ot the Su.te of Virginia, und also
the consid?ration of the annual report of tbe
Directors for thu lust riscal year, and for tha
purpose of approving ?11 actions of tbe Ulrec?
tors, net forth In ?aid annual r?.*port and lu
the mlnutea of tho Company, will be held at
tho office of tin* Company lu tlie city of Rich?
mond, Va., on TUESDAY, the 20th day ot
October, 1W3. at 12 o'clock noon. The stock
transfer hooka will be closed nt the office ot
Messrs. J. 1*. Morgau and Co., No. 23 Wall
Street, New York, on Tuesday, September --,
1003, at 3 o'clock P. M., nnd will lie reopened
on Weduesdny, October 81, iUO.'l, nt 10 o'clock
A. M. C. H. WKLLFORD,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE HT00K?
holder? of THE DAVIS HOOT AND BUOI.
COMPANY will be held at tho office ot thu
company, In Richmond, Va., ou MONDAY,
October 10, 10O3, nt 12 M,
?,. ?. THACHER, President:
T. W. THACHUR, Secretor?*,
THE UKGULAK MONTHLY AND QUARTER*
ly meeting of tho Baptist Sunday-School Associa?
tion of Richmond nnd Manclioslui' ?111 In* held
next SUNDAY AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock at the
Fulton Raptlst Church. Rev. W????? BRU?
NER, of Calvary Baptist Oliurdi. will deliver
an uddres?, Members of the sellimi?? In the a?
snelli liuti unii the public cordially Invited:
\V, D. DUKE, President.
ft MASONIC NOTICE.?MEMBERS ERA
?? TERNAI? LODOE, NO. [??, ?. G. mid
'?? ?. M, Pinoso attend n stated commu?
nication of your lodgo MONDAY EVENING,
October l?lh, at 7:?0 o'clock. Members of uls?
ter lodges and trunalcnt fraternally invited.
By order of the W. M.
E, nOTTIGIIElMEB. Secretory.
hands of an agont bofore Its completion
and leased for one year by the agent
au a boarding house, as may lie seen from
?.digued) W. L. TAYLOR.
?- ?. ?I
Tho protracted services at Laurel
Street MethodUt Church, which havo boon
In progr?s- th's weok, continues wlh
unabated Interest. Large e owds havo
been 111 attendani-e during Iho week.
Rev. Goorgo YV. Jones, of Norf ilk. who
has been assisting Dr. Johnu*1?, will ro?
main for another week and proaoh. Mr.
J. L. Mitchell will also continue in lend?
ing the singing, which has proven a fea?
ture o? the service*,
SAT. OCT. f 7fh
Ma', and Night.
MISS PERCY HASWELL
and her own superb company in
THE FAVOR OF THE QUEEN.
Seats on salo Tuesday. Prices 2? cunts
to $1.00. Bos ofiioo ooons Mouday.
THE ART SCHOOL OF THE ART CLUB
Session o? 19UJ-O-4 ??pens October 15th.
Miss Annlo C. Fletcher, Instructress;
Mr. M; M. Strause, Art?) and Crafts.
Apply for circulars of
MRS. B. LORRAINE,
1409 Hanover Street.
EDWIN W. BOSHER,
505 North Fifth Street.
Pupil of Horraan Devrle.
Graduato Chicago Musical College.
IN VOCAL JMUSIO.
206 East Grace Street.
MISS EIA ?i IHITFlEll
ns taught by an expert. Learn to writ.
Shorthand at home, as It s written lu
CongresH, liocorno an expert and learn
to wrlto tho oloiu? short form atyio of
(-ongrtr-slonul reporters. We will take a
limited number of mall correspondent
scholnr.1 for home instruct'on, who enter
our li.si Ui? October 16th. Wrlto for m?*"'?
CONriHESSlONAI. SCHOOL? OK .SHORT.
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