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Astarita. the Favorlte. Wins
from Rosland in a Hot
(By Assoclatod Press.)
NEW YOIUC, Oct. 12.?The Rlpplft hand
Icap at slx furlongs, tho featuro of tho
opening day of tho Brlghton Bcach ltiic
Ing A?soclntlon, autttmn meetlng, was won
ln a hard-fought flhlsh by tho favorlto.
Afltnrlta, wlth Rostand second. Tho card
was practlcally rulned by scratchns. so
heavy was tiie golng. Tho inflcld was
complotoly covered wlth watcr, and tho
?tooplochnso had to bo doclarcd off. owlng
to the had condltlon of tho cottrso, Hum
tnarles: , . ,? .
Flrst race?slx furlongs? Graceful w to
I) flrst, Sonotna Bell (12 to 1) second, Engle
(6 to 1) third. Tlmo, 1:14 2-5.
Becond raco?slx furlongs? Wntnn (13 to
I) flrst, Snls (4 to 1) second, Palette (5 to
1) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:14 1-5.
Thlrd rnee-selllng, ono mlle and a slx
teonth?Dalsy Ureen (1 to 2 nnd ofut)
flrst, Nevermoro (8 to 1) second, Htar and
Oartor (20 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:49,
Kourth rnco?Tho RIpplo lland eap. slx
furlongs?Astartlta (8 to 5) flrst, Rostan.1
(9 to 1) Hccond. Young Henry (4 to 1>
thlrd. Tlmo, 1:11 2-4.
Flfth raeo-selllng, ono mlle and a quar
ter-Moon Dalsy (13 to 1) llrst, Wyellei.l
(12 to 1) second, Tho Regent (18 to ?.)
thlrd. Tlmo, 2:00 4-5. Rough Rider nnd
Oold Bell nlso rah.
Slxth race?slx furlongs?Nlne Spot (4 to
l) llrst, Sabot ?1 to 1) nocnnd. Dovo Not
(7 to 2) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:15.
KINQ GEORQE PRIMARY
Victory for J. T. Minor, Jr.. for Treas
(Snocial to The Times-Dlspatch.)
COMORN, VA., Oct. 12.?Tho Demo
cratlc prlmary electlon ln Klng Georgo
Haturdny rcsulted In a great victory
for J. T. Mlnor, Jr.. for trcasurer. his
majorlty over hls opponents bclng about
60. At Pa8sapotanzy preclncl uiiikor t?t
%ce|ved 105 votes, nnd Mr. Coghlll, his
'.'opponent (the present lncumbent), ro
N-clved one vote.
c' Mr. B. C. GrytTKk one of the Demo
'.'! ratic candldates for trcasurer, withdrew
? rom the contest on the day of the prl
:J Mr. J. A. Pullen recelved n majorlty
/ofi about 70 over Mr. J. H. Boggs for
i cdrnmlf-sloner of the. rovonue.
t.'nder the clrcumstances. Mr. Mlnor's
victory for the nflico of trcasurer ls rc
garded ns one of the most emphatlc won
here ln many years.
Mr. Mlnor's total voto ln the county for
treasurer was 255, while that of hls oppo?
nent, Mr. Coghlll, was 195.
IN K1NO GEORGE
A Hurricane Blcw for Thirty-six
fSpeclal to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.)
CO.MOKN. VA.. Oct. 1-'.?News of last
Frlday's wlnd storm and Saturday's nnd
Bunday's floods aro Btlll coming In here,
nnd (t Ls sald that no one here over wlt
nessed such a terrlflc storm. The wlnd
for thirty-six hours was nothlng less
than a hurricane of unpreccdentcd se
Oreat dnmago was wrought along tho
Potomac Rlvcr. Immense barges and
Rall vessels loaded with railroad tles
nnd lying off the Klng George shore.
near here, were sunk and wreeked, and
HmaR crnfts were tos?ed to pleces nnd
thrown up on the beach.
Hundreds of dollars' worth of fodder.
yard-trees, forest trees and other trers
were destroyed by the hurricane, and a
great part of tho country ls stlll Inun
Mr. K. B. Stoner'Selected Democratic
Candidate 'or Treasurer.
(Speclal to The Times-Dlspatch.)
BUCHANAN. VA., Oct. 12.?At the
Democratic mass moeting hcld In Fln
;astle to-day, K. B. Stoncr was noml
nated for the ofllce of county treasurer.
M. S. Cnhoon was declared the nomlnea
under the prlmary rules adopted, but de
cllncd tho nomlnatlon, and a mass menl-y
Ing wns cailed to supply the vacancj^
Mr. Stoner I's a well known cltlzen nnd
represented the county for two terms ln
His opponent ls J. B. Buhrman, who ls
endorsed by tho Republlcans. Mr. Buhr?
man ls n strong man and also formerly
representod tho county ln the Loglslnture.
It Is understood that O. U. Brugh nnd
W. F. McFerran will be Mr. Stoner's
deputles if ho ls elected.
Death of W. M. Carner.
(Speclal to Tho Times-Dlsnatch.)
ROANOKE. VA.. Oct. 12.-Mr. W. M.
Carner, n promlnent cltizen of Mt. Ho
reb. Bodford county. d ed yesterday, aged
elghty-five venrs. He is survived by ftvo
F. L. BRAUER & BRO. FAIL
^ Well-Known Wall-Paper Firm Goes
to the Wall Itself.
A petitlon In bnnkruptcy was flled ves
torday ln the.l'nltcd States Dlstrlct Court
by F. D. Brnuer and R. B. Brauer, doli g
buslne?s as F. D. Brauer and Bro., In tho
wall papor lino. The aggregnte 1 abllltles
ln the cuHe are $7,039.71, of whlch $6,77.io
ls unsecured nnd tho i emalnder glven
prlorlty. Tho nsseta aggregate J3.105.37,
of whlch the stock Is placod at J2.000; bll s
payable at $1,000; eash on doposlt, $:H8
Ht ono bank nnd SISH at another nnd $n.S7
at another. The dobts erivon prloilty nre,
Wnges. $103.SG; clty tuxes, $88.20; ront of
. J, W. Brnuer, the largo-t credltor, is
named by tho court ns recelver and au'r
tborlzed to tako clmrge of nnd dlspnse
of tiie assets. Tho amount due the re?
celver is nearly $2,000. Mnny Rlchmond
firms are crodltors for small nmounta.
JUST ONE A DAY.
How the Coffee Crapk Compromises
His Health. *
Somo peoplo sny: "Coffeo don't hurt me'1
and then add: "Anywny X only drink one
cup n day."
]f coffeo really don't hurt why not
drink moro. There Is but ono answer nnd
that ls coffeo doea hurt them luid they
know it. When they drink it onco a day
they oompromlsn wlth thelr enemy. There
aro people whom one cup of coffne a day
will put ln bed, If tho ^TJjit bo contlnuud.
"Although warned by phyHleians to lct
coffeo alono 1 havo always been bo fond
of it that I continued to use It," eonfess
es an Ohlo lady. "1 compromlsed wlth
mysolf and drank Just ono cup every
jnornlng untll about slx wcoks ngo.
"All tho tlme I wns drinking coffee l
had heart troublo that grew stoadlly
worso and tlually 1 ltad such nlannlng
sonsatlons in my lioad (a^nnotirne.-i eausl'-g
mo to fall down) that 1 ?? t l.ut took wy
doctor's advlco nnd qult coffeo nnd hegnn
to uso Postum Coffeo In Its phtco.
"The results havo been all that the dec
t? hopod, for l have not only list my
crav'ng for ceffee and enjoy my good
Postum just as well, but my heart troublo
has ceased and 1 havo no more d!z?y
spells ln my hend. I focl bottor In overy
way aud consldor myself a vory fortu
nate woman to havo found tho truth'
nhout Postum." Namo givon by Postum
PO-i Hattle Creek, Mlch.
I,ook ln eaoh packngo for a copy of the
famous ttttlo book, "The Road To Well'
A GENU1NE GIFT
is a genuine pleature.
is genuine when you
can find the trade
mark label on each
DRIVEN FROn 110MES
Residents of Princess Anne Suffer by
the Fierce Storm.
(Speclal to Tho Tlmc8-Dlspatch.)
RACK BAY. VA., Oct. 12.?The storm
that hiLS been rn-glng for tho past seventy
two hours ls almost wlthout a parallel
both In Its elTects and duratlon and tho
domage la bcyond estlmate.
li." hlgh w nds laahed the waves of tho
ocean lnto a pcrfect fury and tho great
waters of the ocean rose to auch a helght
that tho narrow strl pof 'and separaling
the waters of Back Bay from tho ocean
was in many places cntirely submcrged
and the two bodies of wator turncd lnto
The waters In Back Bay soon rose and
submcrged many of tho Islands, whlch
ln many lnstanccs aro lnhablted. Those
llvlng on the Islands had to ta.ko to tholr
boats and flee beforo the wlnd to the
shoro leavlng tholr stock to what seomcd
Many of the farmers llvlng nlong tho
shores of Back Bay were driven from
thelr homes, the waters comlng not only
In tholr yarda and flelda, but ln thelr
houses. Mr. W. W. Bowcn, a justicc of
the peace, for thls countyf Is one of the
partles who had to leave hls homo. Mr.
Bowen llves on a good farm and hls
housn Is about the avernge, well bullt
and hlgher from the ground tlian some of
hls nelghbors. At tno tlmo he left, the
water was In hls house.
Mrs. Calvin "Watorfleld falred even
worse than Mr. Bowen. for ch? and her
sons were forced to leavo her homo In a
boat nnd go to the home of a fiiend for
safety and shelter.
Thls entlro sectlon Is flooded. brldges
aro w'ashed away and travel on tho roada
? SECURE LARGE VESSEL
MAX1LA, Oct. 12.?When last heard of
Herman and Johnston, tlie fugitive de
iaulters from the constabulary servlce,
v:erc on thelr way tc> the Island of Caga
yanes. Thev had abandoned thelr tug
fcoat at Asya, a small port ln Negros
Occidental, and had gone to Gimbault,
on the southeast coast of Iloilo, where
they secured a large vessel for thelr trlp
to Cagayanes. One of the natlve con?
stabulary was still with them, the others
naving left at dlfferent places en route.
The shortage ln cash'of the Commtssary
Dopartment money taken from the safe
amounts,. upon investlgatlon. to $10,000.
GROUT WILL NOT
MAKE LEGAL GONTEST
(By Assoclated Press.)
NEW YORK. Oct. 12.?CompfoHer
Grout has flnally declded not to make a
legal contest to keep his namevon t. e fu
slon tlcket as a candldato for re-election
to the posltion. which he now f.'lls. H.>
made public a brief statement to-day ln
whlch he doclared that wh.le he cor.sld
ered the action of the Repub Ican C y
Convention in withdrawlng h m as a can
i didate to be illegal. he would not insti
i tute any proceedlngs ln the courts.
Manv Democratic organlzatlona n
Brooklyn have voted to follow the par
tv in Manhnttan and support Messrs.
Grout and Fornes.
King George Primary.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Oct. 12.?
Tho Democratic primary In King George
county on Saturday resulted In the noml?
nation of J. T. Mlnor, Jr., for county
treasurer by as majorlty over H. B.
Coghlll, the present lncumbent. J. A.
Puilen, present lncumbent, was nomlnated
for commlssloner of the revenue over
J. H. Boggs by 2.0 majorlty.
Oeath of Mrs. Anna L. Hall.
(Speclal to Tho Times-Dlsnatch.)
ROANOKE. VA.. Oct. 12.?Mrs. Anna
L. Hall. wldow of the late Louis Hall,
who was a well known newpaper mnn,
dled at her home, ln thls clty, laat n'ght
from heart fa:iure, aged forty-three year--.
She was a Mlss Rowland, a natlve of
Rockbrldge. She leavea one daughter.
Death of John H. H stings.
(Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
ALKXANDRIA. VA.. Oct. 12.?Mr. John
H. Hastings, arj olci Confedorate soldler,
dled yesterday at the home of hls son-ln
law. Mr. Samuel Tlcer. Althoug i Mr.
Hastings was horn In Delaware, he en
tered tho Confederato servlce, und served
throughout the war.
YINQ MU.ST BE DEP0RTED
Chinaman Found in America in Viola
ti n of Geary Act.
In the Unltcd States DIstrict Court yes?
terday the cuse of Chew Ylng, a China?
man, on appoal from tho commlssloner'a
declslon that he was In thls country In
violatlon of tho exclusl'on act, came up
for a hearing before Judgo Waddlll,
with tho result that the court sustalned
tho Judgmont of Commlssloner Brady
and ordored tho Colostlal returned to hla
natlve land. The case has boon pendlng
for months. Ylng is a lnundryman, and
cotild not produco hls chock chee or cer
tlflcato that he waa entitled to remaln
ln thn United States. As a result of the
commlsslonor's rtillng, sustalned by tho
hlgher court, the Celestlal will be taken
to San Franclsco ln Novembor nnd placed
ahoard a steumer bound for Chinn.
Yee Ilung Sung, annther Chlnnman
beld on thn samo churge, stlll haa a hope
of romnlnhig. Hla easo Vvas contlntied
untll Octobor 27th, In order to glve
hlm tlme to Bficuro the proper cortlflcata
to hls papers as a returnlng merchant.
Tljeso aro sald to bo ln tho possosslon
of tlie departmont nt YVnshlngton.
CIlOW Ylng wi'll he tnken nci-osa the
contlnent In company with n bevy of
Norfolk Chlneso, whoso dopnrtation has
been nrdereil. It Is not yet cortaln
whethor Mnrshal Morgnn Trent will tako
the men to 'Frlseo or whetlier they will
he taken ulnng with others from Boston
bv annther marshal. Any odleor would
like tho trlp.
MR. J0SEPH W. LAUBE
IN SERIOUS CONDITION
Mr. Joseph W. I.auhe, who llos 111 at
l-.is home, ln now ln a crltlcnl condltlon,
ar.d his frienda have but llttlo hopa of
LOSS BY FLOOD
Thousands ln Paterson. N. J.,
Have Ncither Food Nor Shel
(By Assoclatod Press.)
PATF/RSON, N. J., Oct. 12.-Tho pcople
of thls unfortunate clty are beglnnlng to
realizo tho extont of the great flood whlch
began last Frlday. Noarly two cntlre
wards, taklng In tho mamrfnoturlng sec
tlon, havo been under water slnoo that
day. Thls mornlng thOUSflhds of men,
women and chlldren employed In dlffer
ent mllls and factorlOH found they could
not go to work on account of thoso placea
belng shut down. A great many of theso
people have alfio been drlven from thclr
homes and havo nelther food nor shelter.
Tho hoavlent damago in Paterson was to
tho manufocturora. At proscnt It ls Im
posslble to glvo an accurato Idea of th?
total loss, but conservatlvo estlmates are
about $2,000,000. To-day tho water con
tlnued to fall and thero dld not Bcem to
bo any chancc of furthor dnmagc belng
dono unless nnother sovcrc Btorm should
set in . . ihj-j
City of Savannah Arrives in Haven With
a Big List.
(By Assoclatod PrcsB.)
NE7W YORK, October 12.?Incoming
steamers from Buropean and coastwise
ports to-day reported extremoly sevoie
weather durlng tho last throe daye. The
steamer Clty of Savannah oamo Into port
wlth a hcavy llst caused by hor cargo
shlfUng. She was compell^d to proceed
under reduced speed. Heavy sens broko
over her brldge. The forward vcntllators
were nwept away early in the Btorm, dond
llghtn wern smashod ln and tho water
poured into tho saloon. Tho Clty of Sa?
vannah carrled In all flfty-four passcn
Tho Ward llnor Nlagara also rocolved
Komo damago to hor rails and decks. The
Anchor Dino steamer Vlctorla, from Mort
Itcrranoan port?, oncov.ntorod ^lolent en.st
gn.les for thres days, In whlch, sho lost
ono llfoboat and rooeived other dam?
ALONG THE DELAWARE
(By AsBociatod Press.)
TRBNTON, N. J., Oct. 12.?It ls estt
matod that tho havoc wrought by the
flood nlong tho Delawaro Rlver will cnuse
a loss of ncarly $1,000,007). N'no l.rldges,
ench built at n ctwt of from $r,0,000 to
$100,000, whlclv spannwl tho, rlver at va
rlous polnts betwccn hero and Bnston.
were cnrrled away. The loss austalncd
bV tho Pennpylvnnla Rallrond Cnmpnny
is ostlmnted at $100,000. Brrlotia wnshouts
havo occulrrcd at twfcnty-frvo dlfforcnt
points on tho Bo.lvldere dlvislon nnd trnf
flo has bcon BUsponded.
IN A RACE BATTLE
(By AsBoclated Press.)
PADUCAH, KY? October 12.-A battlo
oceurred ten miles from thls clty, at
Kevll, a sinall rallrond statlon on tho
Illinols Cet.tral, last night, between ne
groes nnd whlte youths. It orlglnated
over tho negroos ordcrlng tho whlte peo
ple to rcmaln off tholr part of the rall
rcad platform. A dozen shots were flred,
and Tom Hnll, a negro, was shot through
the arm, and a whlte man namod Chll
dress was Bhot over the heart nnd fa
tally lnjured. Hall ls the only ono ar
FOR DESTROYING WRECK
(By AsBoclatod Press.)
NEWPORT, R. I., Ootnber U.-OwnerB
of the frve<mt?Bted BOhooncr Jennlo R.
DuholB, whlch wns sunk In colllaion wlth
n, HtPamer off Block IbIbihI flvfi weokr.
ngo. announced to-day that they lntend
to brlng BUlt ngalnBt the Fnitod Btates
Oovernment for blowing up the wreck
before an opportunlty was glven the own
ers to removo her cargo.
NEWS IN BRIEF FROM
ALL OVER THE WORLD
(By Assoclated Press.)
ALBANY. N. T., Oct. 12.?Arguments were
made ln the Court of Appenls to-day in the
matter of the will of Wlllinm Marsh Illce. tn?.
probate of whlch Albert T. Pntrlck. convlcted of
the murder of Illce, 1b flghtlng te reverso. The
reipnnrtent ls John D. Bartln. one of tbe exccu.
tors of tbe probated will, who reprcsents mprc
particiilarly tbe Wllllam Rlce Inatltuto for the
Adrnnce of Llterature. Sclenco and Arts, of
Ilouston. Tex.. a proposed memorUl te,Mr.
Rlce, to wblcb. ho bequeatbed the bulk of hls
CUICAGO. ILb.?A memorlnl to t'ongrcss, prc
centi'd several dajs ago by Dr. C. L. 1'arks, of
Atlanta Ga.. recommenrtmg the educatlon or
the colored peonle of the Switi by tbe United
Ktutes eovernmont, was adopted to-day r>y tne
Roek Rlver Conferencc of the Methodlst Church
ln sesslon nt Aurora, 111.
MtXILA.?Elght I.adrones have just heen scn
tene'ed here to be hanged and two to twenty-uve
years' imprlsonment by Judgc H. Sweeny.
These men were captured in Bulucan and ouier
prorlnces of Luzon adjacont to Manlla.
BOSTON'.?Of the 350 or more Chinese taken
lnto custody here yesterday because Uiey could
not produce rcglstration certlflcates, about o0
were reloased durlng the nlght, frlends haTins
r.larcd the requlslte papers beforo the Federal
sulboritles. The pollce say that most of tb*
others probably will be deported.
S'EW YORK.?It was announced to-day that
n "mnoting of the ntocUbolders of tho United
Stntes Sblpbulldlng Company ha? been called for
October 21st in Jerscy CIty. Thls mcctlng is
called it was annonnced, for the purposc of con
slderlng a proposal to asscss tbe stock of the
CIHCAGO. ILL.?Mre. Kate 51. Cleary, of
thls city. writer of novels ai?' short stortea.
was ndjudged lnpanc by a Jnry ln Judge Carter's
court to-day and ordered placed in an asylum.
The use o'f drugs, to whlch ?be beuame addlcled
through tbe ad'mlnistcring of morphlnc durlng
n fcrer in 18114, Is sald to bave unbulanced her
NEW ORT.EANS.?Work of loadlng cotton
r.long the lower water front, wlilch was sus
i.ended for weeks, was resumed to-day on the
hasls of last nighfs Bettlement of the con
trorersy between the screwmen and the agents.
KNOXVILLE, TEN'N.? An electrlc motor car
and trniler. heavly loaded with passengers, en
rnute to tbe clrcns grounds bcre to-dny, becamo
liucontrollable nnd rapldly descended the Guy
Street hl? between Vtne and Jaeltson, one of
tne iteepeVt IncUne. in the clty. A number of
passengclrs were lnjurcd. Inclodlng many mmen.
SAVANNAH. GA.?At the annual roeetlnsof
the Central Kallway of Gcorgla, held to-day.
two cbangea were made ln the board of dlrec
tora. ttoss C. Smlth. of Blrminghnni. was
elcctcd to Bucceed E. T. Comer. and Jamea A.
Bla'.r, of New York, to flll vacanclea on the
board. The offlclals of the road were re-elected.
WASHINGTON.?The answer and croaa blll
of the Stnto of Loulslana in the cnse cf I-flubi
lnna vs. the State of Missls?lppi. lnrolving the
water boundary between the tivo States and tia
control of large oyster bcd?. was flled to-day
in the Unltcd States Supreme ronrt by Attorney.
General Wllllams, of Mlsslsfllppl.
WASHINGTON.? The L'nltcd States Suprcme
Court to-day convened for the October tcrm,
but wlUiout transactlns any buslness beyond
the admlsslon of a number of attorneys, ad
Journed to ruake a formnl call upon the Presi
dent. followlng the asnal custom.
BILBAO. SPA1N.?As a result of the colll
aion yesterday between Soclullsu engaged ln a
deiuonstratlnn and a body of elerlcals, seren
nersons w/j kllled and thlrty-three were
wounded l/ae of the latter belng mortally In
Jured, lncludlng tbe managor of I'ucblo, a nowa
WASHINGTvii?It waa announced to-day
that tho call lor the "cxtraordlnary Besslon of
Congroas, to meet November Oth, will be lssned
probably on the 20th lnstan^,, , .
NEW YORK.?A tace for three-year-olds and
upwards, aclling, at a mlle and a furlong, will
be Biibatituted as tbe second rnce for the
steeplechase at Brlghton Beach on Wednesday,
MAII/TON, 0.?The ense of Alfred Knapp.
sentenced to be electrociited December 12th for
tbe murder of hls wlfc, Hannab Goddard Knapp.
waB thia afternoon appealed to the Clrcult Court
on error. Tbe trnnscrlpt was fllcd three hours
before the explratlon of the forty daya allowed
by law for fillng a petltlon ln error.
WASHINGTON.?The Coir.ptroller of the Cur
rencv bas declarcd a dlvldend of 2 0-10 per ccnt.
in f'avor of the credltors of the Clty Natlonal
Bank of Fort Wortb, Tex.
BINGHAMTON, N. Y.?The examlnatlon of
State Senator Gcorge E. Grcen, lndlcted for al
leged compllelty in the postal frauds, whlch haa
been sct for to-dny before Unlted States Com
missloner Hall, has been poatponed untll No
Stoves for You Here
at the prices you want to pay for them.
Every stove in our house waa
bought and paid for before stoves
advanced, you get the bonefit in price,
we get the benefit in advertising.
We Want Espcclally to Show You Our
$15 Squ&re Self-Feeder,
heavily nickled and put up
completo with floor board.
Egg Coal Stoves i^s
Cheevp as $2.98 put up.
Wood Heaters in every style, and priced way down.
?.-? ? ,
Ranges and Cook Stoves. Gas and
Oil Cooking Stoves and Heaters.
Furniture, Carpets, Mattings and Druggets ofall kinds.
Liberal Terms of Credit Given.
RYAN, SMITH & TALMAN,
609 East Broad Street.
October 13, 14,15,16,17.
Artmlaalon to nlght exhihltlons, BOo. Renerved se.its, #1.00 nnd 91.50, ln
Sneclnlly attrnctlve MAT1NEES WEDNESDAY and SATUHDAY 2 1'. M.
to b P. M. lteservetl eeats, flrat throo rows, T?o. Gonoral admlsslon for re
malnlng rows, BOo.
Concerta l>y United Statea Marine Band 11 A. M. to 1 P. M-i durlng exer
clHlntJ- and oonformatlon judglng of horses Tuesdny, Thnrsday and Friday.
Box tlckets to concerta, TBo. No reserved sents. Genonil ndnilsslon, BOe.;
Fourqurean, Temple & Co.
Fourqurean, Temple O Co.
Exhibit and Sale of Exchisive
Considcr that a sarnple garmcnt is madc for inspection, that it ttiust bc correct as to
style, material, iit, finish, and workmanship, for no niakcr would think of submitting an im
perfect sainplc. J
Considcr again that when thcir firsL duty is done these perfect garments go to you at
much lower figures tlian rcgular garments of cqual charactcr, and you will rcalize what a
chancc they prcscnt to the fastidious and to ihose who seck quality with a short purse. _
Suits at $25.00 to $50.00. Coats at % 18.00 to $25.00
Other New Arrivals in Costumes, Coats and Skirts
have put our assortment on a footing to continue the most remarkablc garment selling in our
history. More help has been installcd in the Tailoring Dcpartment, so that hcreaftcr when
altcrations are nccessary we can promise positivc delivery within a reasonable time.
Are the Brand New Things
and here is a brand new case of them that will puzzlc you with their chcapness. In checks
and countcr checks, stripes, blocks and plaids. You will recognize them as bcing easily
worth 25c. a yard. You will call the patterns downright select and the styles undeniably
new, and if you know when good fortune puts you in touch with a very good thing that you
can handlc easily, you will buy all you can of these Chambrays for immediate and futtire use,
At 12//2C a Yard.
Your Last Thought of Readiness for the Horse Show
Finds Ample auict Satisfactory Expression Here.
Ruches, Boas, Collarettes9 Stoles,
representing that newness which compels immediate recognition and carrying that charm and
gracefulness which adds beauty to the most exquisite of costumes. These form an indispensi
ble accessory to those who desire1 some touch of daintiness that will serve the double pur
pose of protection and adornment.
Ruches of Liberty Sllk, ln black, whlto and black and
whlte; Bplendld varioty.$5.00 to $25.00
Lace Collars of Fibro Silk, In black or whlte-$moo
Lace Stoles, very newest deslgns.$3.50 to $18.00
Cnpe Collarettes of Liberty Sllk, ln handsome new
shapes. ln whlte or black-.$S.BO to $15.00
Ostr'lch and Caoe Boa3, in black, whlte or gray. vory
correct and dressy.$3.50 to $50.00
Blanket Weather and the Blankets for It
Also Quilkr, Robe^ and Comfortjr.
Here is the antidote for these bleak days that are eclebrating the birth of winter. How
often have the shrill winds suggested Blankets' and how long will it take their increasing per
sistency to amount to a demand?
A demand, which if taken?like the stitch?in time, will save yoti some money and a lot
of discomfort. The numbers below are a summer-bought crop. When they are gone we must
ask winter prices'. Hencc, he buys best who buys earliest.
10-4 Extra Fine Gray Wool Blankets, at.$i!.STVj
10-4 Heavy "Whlte Wool Blankets, at.$3.25
U-4 Fine Whlte Wool Blankets, at.$:t.75
11-4 Extra Fine Callfornla J6.00 Blnnkets, at-$5.00
6xG Cotton-Fllled Sllkoilne Comfortables, at.$1.00
6x6 Cotton-Fllled Sutine Comfortables. nt.$1.50
Extra Slzo Wool-Fllled Comfortables. at.$3.75
6x6 Eiderdown Sateen-Covered Comfortables, at..$5.00
Sllk Blankets or Robes, Roman stripes, liglit or dark shades, nt.$1.25 to $5.00
429 East Broad and Annex.
HARNESS RACING AT
(By Assoclated Press.)
LEXINGTON, KY., Oct. 12.?Grny Gem
and hls drlver and owner, W. B. Mc
Donnld, were suspended by the Judges to
day for one year. Tho suspenslon oc
curred after Gray G'em won the. fifth heat
of the 2:18 trot. with Scott Httdson In tho
sulky. Rumors had reached the oars or
the litdRes before tho rnco was called that.
McDonald would attompt to lay up one
or two heats. They called hlm lnto the
stand before the flrst heat and warned
hlm. He was agaln warned after lio
lost tho thtrd heat, and after the fourth
heat Grey Gem was placed ln chiuge ot
a pollcemnn. Hudson waa awarded $100
for hls drive. Bett.ng on tho raco v/as
moderato. , . . . ,_
Blllv Buck broke a stake record to wm
tho YValnut Hall Farm Cup, $3,000, golng
the socond heat In 2:07 3-1. Tho fo mer
record of 2:00 3-4 was made by Cnptor
two yeara ngo, and was repeated by tho
Nut Boarer last year. Summarles:
2:14 class, trottlng. purse J1.000?Marlon
Wilkes won tho flrst, aoeond and flltn
lieata nnd raco; Norrle, socond; Dlreet
Vlew, third. Best tlme, 2:09 8-4.
"?18 trot purso $1,00(>-G oy (lom won tho
flrst, thlrd and fifth heats and race;
Graco Koller. socond; Margarot Bnth
K.ito, third. Best tlme, 2:10 1-4.
Threo-year-old trotters, purso $1,500
Dladem won the second and thlrd heats
and rnco: Nnnny Holland, socond; Hll
gar. thlrd. Bost tlmo. 2:13 3-4.
Wnlnut Hall Farm Cup, 2:15 trot, purso
$3 00?? Bllly Buck won tho second, tmrtl
and fourth heats and race; Cnsp'an sec?
ond: Tonso, third. Bost tlme, 2:07 3-4.
2:08 class. trnttlng, purHo $1,500? I' orono
won iho flrst and thlrd heats and race;
Prlnco of Orangn, second; nhytlunlo,
thlrd. Best tlmo, 2:0(1 1-2.
RESULTS OF RACES
ON THE WORTH TRACK
(By Assoclated Press.)
CHICAGO. l!Aj.. Oct. 12.?Busult.s at
Flrst' raco?flvo and n hnlf furlong ?
Tokal (10 to 1) flrst, Alma Defour (!i to
6) secoiui, Badgor Girl (2 to l) thlrd. T ms,
'seoon'd race? slx furjongs?Inoubutor (U
to 10) flrst. Hlr Uuiioelot (5 to 2) sec
ond. Nervalo (S to U thlrd. Tlme, 1:H
Thlrd nice-milo and slxteenth-Our
Bosslo (11 to r.) flrst. Alfred (6 to 1) sec*
ond, By Ways (0 to 5) thlrd. Tlme. 1:4'.
Fourth race?mlle and aovonty ymiis?
Bldney C, l.ovo (8 to 5) flrst. MflJor Ten,
noy (f to 6) neqond, Nlti'ato (7 to 2) thlrd,
Fifth nico-slx furlongs?King Ellsworth
(even) flrst, J. P. MayWry (8 to I) neo-.
,.iid. Mavor Davld S, Koso (5 to 11 thlrd.
SlJtth riico-ono inlJo-l.oulavilla (I to 1)
fust. Hnrd of AVOn (8 to 5) socond, Nolllo
Buwn IS to 1) thlrd. Tlme, 1:10 1-5.
MAY GO TO ATLANTA
(SpocJai to Tho TJmea'RIspatoh.)
NOBFOI..K. VA.. Oct. 12.--ltev. /.e-bulon
B. Fnrland, recior of St, Johu's Rp|aogna|
Ohurolli Portsinoiith, has been called to
All Salnls' Chuivh, Atlanla. Ila wad noni
lnatod to the veatry of that eluuvh by
Blshop Nelson, of Vlrgliila. A coiniiill
teo from tho Atlanta Chlircb waitecj on
him and exlendc-d tho call, He will prob
nbly vislt Atlanta lieforo docldins.
MRS. HURKAMP BETTER
Is, However, Not Well Enough for Hus
band to Leave for Show.
(Speclal to Tho Tlmcs-Dlspatch.)
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Oct. 12.?
Mr, C. H. Hurkamp, of tho Amarot Stock
Farm, haa been compollod to wlthdraw
all of lila entries from tho Rlchmond
Horse Show thls week, owlnK to tho 111
nesH of Mrs. Hurkamp, who Uioutrh ?>mo
wluit iini>roved, Is still too ill to pomilt
of Mr. Hurkamp's iibsenco from home.
TROUBLE FEARED IN
(By Assoclatad Press.)
NORFOLK, VA., Oct. 12.?Tho prlmary
for tho oloctlou of n Clty Domooratlo
Committoe to-morrow hi cxpootod
to devolop troublo an lo-iiihrht M iyor
Rlddick swoio In u lnrne nuinin-r
of speclal police, The "Trahv" faetl m
to-nlKht applled for an Injunotlon to re
strftln tho prlmary jUdBOS li oni eilforciDK
n twenly-l'oot llne nrouinl tho pollu nnd
wore icfused by Judgu Murtln.
DEATMS OF A DAY.
(liy Assorluted Press.)
l.KXINGTON. K\\. October 12.?Charles
1,. Vorllles, lih'ed sixty-olKlu, a retired
capilullst nnd Imnkor, dleil auddonly In
convuisionH thls niornlns. Ilo Wl>?
ki.owu all over tho gotltll.
0AN FltANC'ISCO, CAL., Ootobor 12.
Jllinos I'uno. u cflelirnled cirous inun and
tiiiluor of wlld unlmuls, dled ltere to-ilay,
anod eiKiity-two. iie waa horn i" K?i*
Kdltor of The Tlmos-ni-l>ntoh:
Hlr. -The wrller would correct uu error
ln tha ??UollhiK Kanuly" of last weWi. ul
tho chlliltvn of Robett HnllliiK and S I'ah
Al. MiiiK.'. tliere are llvlltSI
llim. Sumuel M. Itollliuj, Mlsa Ann:i I'.
nolllmr. who has llwd loma tlni- ln
Huropo, and is a most dlstlngulslied and
u^lvutud lijif-i **??. HitWuxL iJUollHlg, of
HERE FOR THE
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tho freshness of the makers stlli on
them. Pooplo who liko origlnallty ln
tholr corrospondonce will do well to
coma to HUNTEivs.
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ply splendld in quallty, and mlghty
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HUNTER & G0?
G29 EAST BROAD STBEET.
Open Tuesdny, Hopt. 1,03
12011 E. Main St.
Cough with Dr. Pavld's Oough Syrup,
Puro Pin? Tar. llorehound, Wild Ctierry,
itc. A fow dosea of thls old tlme Cousfc
i'tiro will citre you before your lungs be.
conio too inucli lnvolved. I-argo botilo
26 conts everywhero.
Staunton, and -Mr. Banlatt Bolllng. nt
The above wore. orronlously mentloned
ilr. Btewart H?ll n? Ikis flve and M>.
Huitlott liollliiK fmir atiilwart anrl haii'L
BQine boys, ln thelr famllies, to perpetuat >.
nnd do Uonor to tho im-i.1- u*u>'' "' Holl