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Not Willing to Tamely Give Up
What They Believe Arc
Their Natural Rights.
THE FEELING IS VERY BITTER
There Will be Trouble if They
Make Up Their Minds to Dis
regard the New Law.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.,
TORKTOWN, VA., Nov. 7.-Tldowatcr
Inopie ara watching with anxious Inter?
eet for th? promised forthcoming report
Of the oyster commission. This dally pa?
pers are eagerly scanned for even a sug?
gestion or hint or what the board may
havo to say, as to what they deem am
the necessities of the present time in the
great oyster industry.
Tho work and plana of these peopl?
have been ?rently hindered, awaiting the
?xpeci*(i changes In the statute laws re?
lating t'j matters so pertinent'to tbeir
?very-day existence. A change Is ex?
pected, so the numbers and numbers of
tongmen, Interviewed by Tho Tlmes-Dls
patch correspondent, give as their con'
eepUon of what the recommendations
?will consist, but each and every one of
them seemed anxious to Impress the fact
that they do not propose to yield without
a fight. - ?
The Ignorant class of oystermen assert
their pugnacity In no uncertain tone,
while? th? better and more intelligent men
?ay calmly yet earnesUy thit they do
not proposo to give up what they believe
to be their public rights without a con?
As an example of the feeling among
these people, the words of on? of the
largest ?nippers of barrel stock oysters
on York Hiver.are herewith quoted;
"Yes. sir, the feeling among the Oyster?
men. with whom I come'In contaot. 1?
very bitter In regard to th? breaking o.
th* Baylor survey and I say to you in
all candor, and I think with due regard
to the Importance of the subject, that
these ?en will certainly resort to arms If
the?? famous lines are encroached upon
too much. They are very patient, but I
have heard them declare themselves aiong
this line time and again as to what they
would do if they felt their rights wer?
encroached upon. . And let me add that.
I don't believe that the entire force of
the Virginia Oyster Navy. Is In any way
adequate" to quel! such an Outbreak if It
should occur, and enforce the laWi
Another fact of interest to the public
Is that the tongmen are as rapidly as
pose bla .acquiring ground from the State,
and becoming planters. I know the temper
of these.men. both colored and-white, and
I'll tell you, sir. there'll be a hot time In
Old Virginia If they make up their minds
to. resist the law.
This gentleman Is a very conservata?
man. of greatest Integrity, and his word?
ar# but an echo of what can be expect?
ed If the oystermen decide to go into
open rebellion. The Interesting episode
of '??' to 'CS may again take- pIa?e,:only
In this cas? Orcek will surely meat Greek.
'313 'FOR NEWSPAPERS.
A cor...cal, rather queer, but at the same
timo quite pract.cal uso for old news?
papers Is In voque amor.3 tho negroes
of this section. Nothinc ?Jits ? aesthet'c
taste of the old-time "black mammy," in
the decoraUon of her boudoir, the orna?
mentation of her btd-chambar or sitt ng
room better than papering the walls
with < out-of-date issues > of the news?
papers of her native .State. The
chilling blasts of wintry weather
s 6 permanently excluded . from their
humble homes whan sealed with a
sheathing ?f these useful articles of pub?
lic print. The artistic beauty, as well as
literary '.taste of one who beholdi for
tho first time this queer spectacle. Is
pretty apt to re?oive a rude shock.
Nearly:?v?ry Journal In Virginia, as wtll
as other States, finds representation here;
the comic colored pictures find resting
places alongside a sermon, hanging and
weddings.ml* In mild revelry of exposure,
deaths and picnics, want ads. and obitu?
aries, editorials and advertisements, all
run riot Jn garrulous splendor lu a mute
appeal for attention. Among all this dis?
play of the world's wonders, calmly alt?
the queen of the cabin, fat and fussy,
serene In the perfect enjoyment of a
short-stem, clay pipe.
With the opening of the gunning sea?
son, the first of the week, matters have
been decidedly Interesting for tho furred
and feathered creatures of wood and
meadow. The pollehod and perfeot city
sportsman, the plain hut persistent rural
Nlmrod have all held revel at the ex?
pense of "Bob White," or "Molly Cotton."
or, speaking rather more coroetly, the
ole har' or partridge, has been fully
able to carp for himself,: and leave his
pursuers with on aching void m his gamo
bag. a big hole In his ammunition supply,
with an atmosphere full of rents.
The, new reetrlctlons of the gamo laws
find cheerful consent among the sports?
men who wish to see them rigidly en?
There were severnl surprises at the
late general election, the first un?
der th? new Constitution. Rev. John
F, White, tho Prohibition candidate
for the State Senate, came dan?
gerously near defeating the tog
ular pernocratlc nominee, who saved his
bacon by a baro margin of Bluteen. The
gentleman snowed his Republican opposi
tlon under In fine style, Every Indepon
dent who dared show the hardihood to
appear before, the public gqt a "solar
Plexus" that put him to sleep for some
time to come. Lemuol J. ?????? a wejl
known gentleman of Pouquoean, who holds
the important position of Justice of the
ESTABLISHED OVER A CEN?
ptOR more than 100 years-~-26
I administrations?we have had the
patronage of those Closety identifiea
With the fachest officiai and social
life of the Capitai and country.
All correspondence given very care,
ful and prcrnpt attention, floods sent
on approval to all responsible parties?
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Washington, D. C
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Mothers who wish to drees
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$2-88, $3.48, $3,98,
soon up to. $ i 1,98.
Boya' fleeoed'Llned ft?o-TJnder- O "Xc
Boys' Knee Pant?, that sold up cri
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705 East Broad Street.
peace and enjoys a reputation scarcely
exceeded by that of Richmond's "justice
John," was defeated by a majority of
twehtyfour. in favor of Wise Thomas,
whose name did not even appear on the
ballot. He arlved on the scene early on
election day and beaeeched h?s many
irlanda to remember him, whloh they
proceeded to do at the expense of the
"learned Lemuel." Mr. Moore la rathar
?or? at the result, and has spoken of a
contest, which every one believes will? be
about as far ae he will probably carry
Ed. William* and Mat Camm,. du6ky
denizens ot Crab Neck, Indulged In a little
game of personalities a day of two ago,
the latter carving his friend with a raxor
In regulation style, and injuring his faolal
express.on with a pair of braes nuck*.
Justice W. S3, Weston had the belligerent
darkies brought before him and fined
Camm twice twenty dollars for carrying
both razor and nuckis, five dollars for
fighting, and.one dollar coste; forty.si*;
In oil for his little fun. Williame 'was
fined five dollars for fighting. Winalow
Lester cut hi? oouatn, Leroy, with a knife,
who, thereupon promptly proceeded to fill
his shoulder with a load of bird-shot.
Both the ebony-hued gentlemen are, a? a
consequence, languishing lu Jail, their
wounds attended at the county's expanse.
Mr. JQnas Tlllett, who, with Mrs.
Tillett, are the guests of Air. John Crulk.
shank. h?s been quite ill during the
past, He Is In very delicate health
an the result of a lifetime silent among
the minea ot ?hamokln, Venn., where he
Rev. J. W. Baker, pastor of Tork civ
cult, preaches his farewell sermon to.
The division of the old York circuit
at tho |aat conference Into York and East
York circuit, has proven a very desirable,
change. Both charges have reaped large
benefit? from the division. The peoplo of
York ciroult are very much in lovo with
the|r pastor, and earnestly desire h la r?,
turn for a second ' year. Mr. Baker la
said not to b? averse to serving them
th? coming year,
Mr, W, R, Roger?, an employa of the
Newport News postonico, has been the
guest of his father, Mr, J. W. Rogara,
during the week, He la enjoying a vaca?
tlon of sport with the gun.
Mr. J. M. Crulckshank has again re?
turned to BftUlmoro to accept a position
with a firm of machinists.
Th<? shipment of barrel stock oysters
in considerable quantities continues to
go forward steadily in Increased quanti,
tie?. Tho orders are larger then for sev,
eral years back, and equal In volume to
"five years back, when the trad? tv?*
'brisk. The bivalves arc exceptionally, fin,
Mr. Nat Rayfleld, ,Sr.. lit Newport
;News, is here recuperating,"the guest pf
Mrs. John f>. Potter, lila slster-ln-law.
The delivery of fruit treos Is now the
order of the day. Judged by the quantity
feeing delivered^ th? .fruit Industry 1?
(Continued from Sixth Page.)
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The New York Beagle Club will hold
He annual meet at "Algoma." the home
of General Logan, In Buckingham conn?
? private ear from New York will reach
Richmond this morning with the mom?
bere. The dogs belonging to Dr. Bruns,
of Now Orinane, havo taken several
prizes. Mr. John D. Rockefeller's son Is
One of th? party.
? ? ?
Miss Florence Tyler will be the hostess
of the Stay-at-Home Whist Club, this
? ? *j ?
Mr. B. Palmer Clalborne attended the
marriage of his sister, Miss Kate Au*
brey Palmer, to Mr. John Ingles Palmer,
which took place at "Nyland." Caroline
county, last week.
? ? ? ?
Mrs. Albert H. Tuttle. of the University
of Virginia, Is at Miss Pltzer's, No. 116
Bast Franklin Street.
? ? ?
Misses Olive and Sarah Anderson, ac?
companied by their cousin, Miss Bessie
Armes, of Crewe, Va., will leave for
Norfolk^ to attend the wedding of tholr
uncle, Mr. Jefferson Powell.
? * ?
Miss Kate Howard, of Pennsylvania)
Professor and Mrs. Robert Dick Wilson,
and Mrs. J. Roy Baylor, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Bruce, at
No. 10 kau rei Street.
e ? .?
Mrs. C. L. Blgelow has returned from a.
visit to Scottivllle, and will bo at Ko. a"
South Third Street, for the winter.
? ?? ?
The Misses Moore, Captain Allison and
Mr. and.Mrs. W. G. Neale. have) returned
from Culpeper. where they attended th?j
? ? ?
Mr. and Mrs.. John H. Platt, of New
Haven, Corra., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. Clement fihafer, on tho HornA?gu
'? '. ?
Miss Alice Belle Morton, of Baltimore,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, A. Lee Thaw,
at No. 102i West Main Street.
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MJss Mlnnla-Kronnberg, of-Carlisle. Pa,,
is- vlslUng her sitter. Mrs. F. Lieber
muth, it No. 1005 West Grace Street.
? ?.? .?.
Miss Edna Barnes, of Windsor Shades,
Va., has left for New -York."where she
will be for. a .week., with .friend?.at the
Miss M. Bertha'Seay and "her sister.
(Special to The Tlmee-Dlspatch.).
6TAUNTON, VA., Nov. 7.?A marriage
has Just leaked out that took place In
?his city on Tuesday night. The con?
trading parties were Mr. Emmett B, Lee>
of Bramwell, W. Va., who has recently
graduated at the Dunsmore? Business Col?
legs, and Mies Helen H. Marr, the very
attractive young daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William T, Marr, of this city. The
ceremony was performed by Rev, w. N.
Scott. Both the contracting parties are
young, and It will -be quite a surprise
to their friends when it Is mtde known.
Miss Marr Is an exceedingly attractive
young lady, and her ad/nirers are many,
Mr. Lee is connected with t. D. Lee, a
coal operator, at Bramwell, W. Va.,
where Mr. and Mrs. Lee will make their
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Child, ot this
city, have Issued invitations to the roar?
rlage of their daughter. Mis? Annie De?
Pr?s, to Mr. Junlus R. Fishburne, the
ceremony to be performed at the home of
the bride on .November ,18th, at 10 A.
MISS ANNIE LIND FORSBURG. MISS ADELAIDE LEWIS.
Sponsor and Maid of Honor for Garland Rodee Camp, C. V? of. Lynchburg,
to the State Grand Camp at Newport News,
Mrs. M. .Eggleston Harris, are spending
a, few days In Ashland, as guests of
their aunt, Mrs. N. J. Smlthey.
? ? ?
? Mrs. Peyton Gravely McCabe, of Mar?
. tlr.svllle. Is visiting Mrs. David Merrl
wether Anderson, at her home, on East
"Miss France? B. Woodson Is convales?
cent at the Memorial Hospital, after a
severe attack of appendiciti?.- and now
sit? up.d&'ly- She will-no doubt be able
to.return to her home in a short time.
Miss Emmie Wherry ia spending eome
time In Danville, Va., visiting friends.
? ? ? .
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Grabowskll are visit
Ing Colonel Arthur Grabowskll, in Au?
? "? ?
Mrs. John W. Talley, of No. 407 East
Gary Street, is the guest of Mrs. M. A.
Batklns, Jacksonville, FJa,, to attend the
wedding of Miss Batkins.' .
M. Mr. Flshbume Is a prominent young
lawyer of the Btaunton bar.
Mr. William Armstrong and Miss Ma?
tilda Long, both of the county, were
married near Churchvillej this county,
Miss Katie Marshall, an attractive
youns lftdy of this city, and for years
clerk In the dry goods store of 8. Di
Tlmberlake, left here Thursday morn?
ing on the early train for Washington,
where on Thursday evening she was to
te married to Mr. Robert Russell, a tele?
graph operator of Baltimore, Md. Mr.
Russell hold a responsible position as
operator in this city for a number of
years, and has many friends here,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hlldebrand, of
Flfihersville, this county, celebrated their
twenty-flfth wedding anniversary on the
S?th ult. Their beautiful home was dec?
orated from bottom to top with flowers
rotes, all shades of chrysanthemums, eta
There was a large number present on the
occasion, Staunton furnishing her share.
Supper and refreshments were served to
slyty-two persons, There were a num?
ber of useful .and beautiful presents re?
This must be your first consideration when you start 'out
to buy a
If twenty-five years of fair, clean methods don't establish
our house in your confidence, tell us what will.
We Keep & Full Stock of the Best
Pfojios, Organs and Musical Merchandise
of all Kinds.
We are always in the market for the best of evorj thing in
line, and wo never fail to get'it, Look at our list of Pianos.
Hard m an, Kimball,
If you wish to purchase a I'iuuo slightly u?ocl, and come
early in the week, you can secure it of u-, We have a ohoico
few which will sell nearly as soon as displayed.
'Don't forgot that we are Role Agents for the sale of
The Pitwnola Pia.no Player, ) .
The Victor Talking Machine, No.?in8 Sf. kl
The Regni* Music ???. j Them 0MwwW?'
Wo will glndly show them to all com?is, and be glad of the
everything Quaruntccd as Represented, Lowest Prices, Rasy Payments.
WALTER D. MOSES ? CO.,
103 East Broad Street, Richmond.
effectively trimmed, moderately priced.
The correct idea. Something to wear
and use for all occasions.
latest in Millinery*
fancy l?mgs, ?irds,
Jhe /Yew Millinery Jtore. 4Z7 Sast ?road.
tfext to fourqurean, Jempls & Co.
Week ?? Staunton.
fltlved, comprising a beautiful collection
The Mabel Paige Company, played
at tho Staunton Opera House all this
week to large crowds. ,
Mr. W. A. C. Argenhrlght. of Staun?
ton, left for Roanoke Wednesday night,
where on Thursday he was to be married
to Miss Opal Klnzle, of that olty.
Rev. R. A. Lapsley, of the Presbyterian
Bubllcatlon Board, went to Richmond
Wednesday to take up his duties. He
win be editor of the Sunday-school Lit?
Mr. David Funston, of Richmond, is
visiting his sister. Mrs. R. ?. Jett, here.
After several weeks' visit In Baltimore,
Mrs. Fannie Gay Catlett and little daugh
ter have returned to Staunton.
Miss Margaret Roller, of Harrls?nburg,
is spending a few days here, after her
return from a visit In Richmond.
Hon. H.. St. George Tucker, Of the
Columbian University, Washington, was
ir the city this w?sk.
Miss Margaret Foster, a prominent
young lady of this city, is visiting lier
aunt, Mrs. Ellle Fisher, at No. 30$ North
Twelfth Street, Richmond.
SOLONS T? COME
IN THIS WEEK
(Continued from First Page.)
Brown, of Bedford, who died before he
knew he had been honored with ? seat
in'the Virginia Senate.
Speaker Ryan will -be re-elected with?
out opposition, and Senator H. T. Wick
ham, of iianover, will likely be made
president pro tern of the Senate ?.again.
Colonel Joseph Button and Mr. John W.
Williams will likely have no opposition
for their respective positions as clerk of
the Senate and House, and so far no op?
position has developed. to any, of Senate
or House offtciafs.'." .'"
.The Senate committees wi|J be jr?W
organized,' and some good chairmanships
will go to the hold-overs, so many new
men having been chosen.
'. The Speaker has the appointment of I
the House committees, and many changes
are expected. There are enough physl- !
clans elected to the body to make up the I
entire Prisons and Asylums Committee. |
and the Speaker will likely bear this In
There will be no caucus to name Sena?
tor Daniel's successor. He Is already the
nominee of the party as his own succes?
sor, and will be elected on Joint ballot
as though he were the caucus nominee.
He will have about 126 votes on Joint
ballot,- If not the entire membership.
There are but few basement officer?
to be chosen, the Constitution having
made most of them elective by the peo?
ple or appointive by boarde or the Gov?
LITTLE PATRONAGE LEFT.
The superintendent of the penitentiary
will be elected by the board of directors
of that institution, and all the other
officers over which there are usually euch
hot caucus fights will be chosen by the
people, save the superintendent of pub?
lic printing. Register of the Land Office,
and; first and second auditors. Tho two
latter officers will likely be unopposed,
but both Captain O'Bannon and Colonel
Richardson have fights on their hands.
Not only does the Constitution take
from tho Legislature much of its patron?
age, but It shortens the regular sessions
to sixty days and relieves the body of
much trivial and routine work, such as
granting charters, removing disabilities,
etc. Theeo changes will tend to turn
the attention of the law-makers more
largely toward matters of general public
moniont and give them better opportuni,
ties for the consideration of bills dealing
with the principles of government.
ON MANY SUBJECTS.
Little has been heard as yet of the
nature of bills to be Offered In the new
Legislature, but it Is almost certain that
an attempt will be made to modify the
Mann liquor bill, Jt Is not believed that
there will be any sweeping amendment?
adopted to the measure, though" eoms
slight ore? may ha gotten through, It is
expected that congressional reapportton
nient and child labor bills galore will be
offered, and that others on the subjeots
of insurance, Stats primaries, etc, will
flood the body. Some farmer will seek
to got through a pure food bill, and thore
will be measures presented on the sub?
ject of fertilisers, minerals, etc.
Unless on occasion for an extra ses?
sion ?hull arise, the new Legislature
Will adjourn about March 10th.
A Few Foreign Facts.
King George, of Greece, has been ap?
pointed an honorary admiral in th? Brit?
Frederick Du Cune Godraan, who has
just presented his collection of $0,00u
South American beetles to the British
Museum, Is a Fellow of the Royal So?
ciety and a ti'uetee of the museum.
For the Duchess.?! Westminster a Lon?
don Jsweler hue ?reduced a costly orna?
ment In diamonds, it may be used ut a
necklace, % hair ornament or a corsage
decoration, It Is ?, flexible ribbon of dia?
monds and cost $100,000.
Sir Francis Love!) is leaving England
In the middle of December on a socond
mission on belief of the London School
of Tropical Medicine, and in the course
of his tour will visit Ceylon, the Straits
Feulements. Burmuh and probably other
parts of India and Japan,
President Koch, of the German Reichs
bonk, Berlin, has Just celebrated the
semi-centenary of the b.glnnlng of his
official career. Emperor William con?
ferred on him the Order of the Red Eagle
of the First Claie,
STAFF OF LIFE!
THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD!
TWO THINGS ARE ESSENTIAL IN ORDER TO HAVE GOOD BREAD
First-GOOD FLOUR. Second-? GOOD LEAVEN.
THE FULTON YEAST CAKES ?^^&g?&J&f?
est test. For sweet, light and. wholesome broad, use
FULTON YEAST CAKE wit^ *ny K?0^ ^our' A trial will, eonyinc?,
A SAMPLE WILL BE CHEKEFULLY SENT FREE OF-C?S*T "?
FULTON YEAST COMPANY.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. :.
NEW YORK HORSE SHOW,
. NOV. 16TH TO 21ST,
$12 ROUND TRIP
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY
AND OLD DOMINION STEAM?
Account above occasion, the Norfolk
and Western Railway, In connection with
the Old Dominion Steamship Company,
will sell tickets on November 14th. at the
following rates., which Include meals and.
stateroom berth on steamer. ONE WAY,
$7: ROUND-TRIP. $12; good for teu
: day?. For tickets and stateroom accom?
modations, apply to John il. Wagner,
Passenger and Ticket Agent; 83S-Eaet
Main Strtet, or at the -office of the Old
Dominion Steamship Company.
" .C.'H. B08ELET, ~
- District Passenger Agent.
SPECIAL RATES VIA THE SOUTHERN
Annual Session Virginia Conference, M,
Er Church, South Boston..-.Va., ".'?
November 18, 1903.
Special low rates via the Southern Rail.
way from all points In the State. Tick.?
eu on sale November 10th, Uth, with re
.tum Hrrtlt November 13th.
"C. W. WESTBURT.
District Passenger Agent
AITCTION SAtE or Palms.' Boston
Ferns, Pandarme and other Decorative
Plants, Carnation?, Roses, Ac, on Sat?
urday and Monday, 7th and 8th of Novem?
ber, et 10:80 A. M. and 8 P. M., at the
store next to E. B. Taylor's' store,. No.
7 East Broad Street.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ARE YOU GOING SOUTH ?
Low Winter Tourist Bales via Seaboard
Air Une Railway,
Seaboard Air Line Railway announces
special WINTER TOURIST rates to all
the principal points In Florida and the
Southwest. Tickets on sale October 15th
to April 80th, returning until May aist,
The Seaboard offers a most attractive
schedule; fast trains with Pullman's
latest and most Improved Dlnlng-Room
Sleeping Cars; Dining Car Service south
Information as to rates, tickets, etc,
cheerfully furnished on application to the
undersigned, or Richmond Transfer Co.,
No. 610 E. Main St., nnd Murphy's
Hotel. W. 3. MAT,
City Ticket Agent.
K. S. Leard. Dlst. Pass Agent,
'Phone -103, Richmond, Va
American Beauties, Pink and White
Roses. Carnations, Violets and Lilies of
the Valley In largo quantity at
MANN & BROWN'S.
No, d West Broad Street
EXHIBITION BARNUM & BAILEY'S
Richmond, Va., November 10.11, 1903,
REDUCED DATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
For this occasion the Atlantic Const
Line will sell round trip tickets from
all points on its Une, in the State of
Virginia, to Rchmond. at greatly re.
duced iute?; tickets on sale November
10th and ?th, with final limit November
7tn. Quick and convenient schedules will
be operated to Richmond for this occa?
For full Information, apply to agents,
or C. B. CAMPBELL.
Division Passenger Agent.
O Jk. ?9 -jC C? "JEM. X A. m
?64G? the _/) Jl)9 Kind You Ha<8 Always Bought
MESTINO GRAND CAMP ROYAL ARCH
MASONS, RICHMOND, VA., NO.
VEMBER 10-11. 1903.
Special low rates via Southern Railway
from point? within the State of Vir?
ginia. Tickets on sale November 8th,
Olli, 10th, with return limit November
C. W. WBSTBURV.
District Passenger Agent.
CUT FLOWER8, ROSES, VIOLETS.
The largest stock of Roses, Violets,
Lilies of the Valley. Chrysanthemum*
nnd Cut Flower?, Bridal Bouquets and
Designs, shipped to all points W. A?
.HAMMOND, No. I')7 1?. Bread St.
Can Fill Your SSoase
The Association Course.
GOV. BOB TAYLOR.
IN DEMAND EVERYWHERE,
American Saxophone Quartet. Con?
grcsMnanChat?-. B. Lanuta, Hon.
Geo. R. WcmUln?, Boston La
tiles' Symphony Orohostra,
20 pieces; Frank R Robcr
son, " Illustrated India,"
Uussollll. Conwcll, the
Lotus Glee Club, Ktc.
Season Ticket ? Two Seats, $5
Order-books now open ?c tho Cent ral
Vi M. C. A. Building. Phone 834.
Thirty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenu?.
Strictly fire.proof; steel construction.
*Now open for guest*.
The Very Best Wood Heater?
FLASH?Cast Iron bottom and top (In
STAR?Sheet Iron, with cast-Iron feet
(In three elite?)
For sale by leading deslere everywhere.
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
Manufacturers of all kind, of Steve?