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,The State Gives the Democratic
Tickct Fifty Thou- ,
RURAL REPUBLICAN GAINS
Election iV Eighth and ' Tcntlv
Districts Close, With No Fc
turns to Indicatc Result.
Bpecial to The -Tlmeg-Olspatch.l
RA1,I.1GH,,N. C,.November 8.?Ralelgh
and Wako county glvo a Democratlc ma?
jority of about 2,000 In Stnto nml .county
tlckets, bji compared wlth 2..7W lnst olec-.
tlon. The vote for PreBident shows Re?
publlcan gains in rurnl dlstrlcts, many
vollnp Stato Democratlc and national
Returns from Stato very Meagrc as yet,
voto evldently llght In east and mlddle
?ectlotis, nothlng as yet to show results
of congresslonnl flght ln Elghth nnd
Tenth Dlstrlcts, whero election ls cloncst.
Davidson County Safe.
BEXINGTC'N, N. C November 8.?
Davidson county Is satcly Democrntlc.
All county oiilccrs nnd members of l.cg
Islature elected by mnjorlty of about
KINSTON, N. C, November 8.?Lenoir
county wlll glvo entlre Democratlc tlcket
from 700 to MO majority. , Kopubllcana
made strong flght, but were snowed un?
der. It 'ls cstlmatod from advices from
Ralelgh, that State wlll go forty-five to
flfty thousand majority, Democratlc.
WXLMXNGTON. N. C, November 8.?
Reports from Brunswlck county Indlcate
lhe election of the full Democratlc tlcktt.
ImpoSBib-le to get deflnlte roturns to
Reports received here to-nlght glve the
Republicans 500 majority In Sampson
Winston fell behlnd hls tlcket by neanly
100 votes. Hmplo,' for tho Senate. und
Boney, for the House, received the full
Deniocratfe voto, as dld PnltersOn for
Congress. There wus no oppostllon to
the Democratic county tlcket. The vote
here wns the Ughtest on record.
The election pnsser] off very quletly ln
New Hanover county. Full returns show
a totnl voto of 1,250, whleh i* only 40
per cent. of the reglstered voto of lhe
county. All the. Democrntlc Uckets re?
ceived a blg majority. Parker carried the
county by nenrly 1,300 majority. Glenn,
for Governor, received over 1,200 plurallty
Mecklenburg and Charlotte.
OlfARDOTTE. N. C. November 8.
Mcklenhurg county. of whlch Charlotte
is lhe county seat, hus glven lhe Demo?
cratic candldatos, national, State and
C"unty. 2.S00 mnjorlty. Thp election wns
riuler, th^r^ belng no dlsturb^uco.
Wilson County, N. C.
WIXSON. N. C. November 8.?The
Demoennlc Stnte nnd national ttcVnt has
n blg mnjor'ty In Wilson county. Evory
thlne pa.^od off ainlcably.
Newland Probably Elected.
SAhiSBUIlY, N. C, November S?Row
nn orv.inty Is safe for the Democrats.
The ormgresslonal situation between N^w
Innd nnd Blnckburn In the Elghth Dis
trict, ls conceded ns very close, with New?
land probably nhead,
Alamance Is Democratic, But
Elects Republican Sheriff.
(Speclal to The Timcs-Dlspntch.)
RA1.EIG-H. N. C. November 8.? Ro
:turns from the State nre belng received
'ln Ralelgh very slowly, compared wlth
several electlon? past. Democratic Stato
Chairmon Slmmons said at midnight lhat
he ls confldent that Democratic majority
ln. tlio State wlll be 15,000 to 00.000, and
thut a solld Democratio delegatlon will
ho sent to Congress. He says that sev?
eral countles ln the east, that wero be?
lng claimed by Republicans have been
heard from nnd show safe mnjorJties for
Democrats. For Instance, Rockingrham
wa.t belng claimed for Republicans, and
it reports SOO Democratlc majority.
Four years ago, however, tho Domo?
cratlc mnjorlty was 1,600, Alamance coun?
ty was ln the doubtful list, and roturns
show that It Is Democratlo by 150 on
general tlcket, hut elects a Republlcan
The congresslonnl flght Is consldcred
closo ln only two dlstrlctH, tho Eiglith
and the Tenth. The only news at nll
from tho Tenth (tho oxtreme western dls?
trict) at thls hour ls that Transylvanla
hus gono Democratlc. lt ls gonerally
Republican by good mnjorlty. The. ohnnge
ln Transylvania would lndlcato that Gud
ger, Democrat, hOs defeated Ewurt. Re?
publlcan, in the Elghth.
Caldwell county, tho home of Newland.
Democratlo candldate for Congress, hns
gono Republlcan hy a small mnjorlty; tt
has been Republlcan heretotoro. Ircdell
nnd Rowun i*;o reported Domocratlc. Tho
dlstrict Ib still in much doubt, nnd Re?
publicans claim Spencer. Bluckburn has
In.Ralelgh and Wako county, thero |s
a majority of probably 2,100 for Demo?
cracy. The vote for presldentlul oloctors
In Rulelgh wus 1,208 Democrutlo, nnd 211
Republlcan, and for Governor Glenn, 1,292;
TIiIh indlcutes a decided' leud for Roose
purity, strength and age of
Hottted in 'Bond
See that government stamp
isovcrcork. Your-security for
the purest whiskey made.
Lookfor"Otd Varbta" on the ?__?*.>
*? Jno. T. Barbee & Co., Louiiville, Ky,
velt over tlie voto for I-Iarrlf, tho Repub?
lican' candldate for Governor.
There seems to bo u Republican galn
for tho natlonal tlckot In all parts of the
The Result in the Tenth Is Still
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
KALE1G-H, N. 'C November 8.?A
lelegram rcceived from Stanly county at
12:9) reports n Republican majority of 100.
Always Democratlc horetofore. Thls adds
to tho probablllty that Blaclcbum (Re?
publican) has defeated Ncwland (Demo?
crat) Tor Congress ln tho Eighth.
A telegram recelved from Ewart Re?
publican candldate for Congress In the
Tenth Dlstrlct, state that he carried llon
derson by 100 nnd is confldent he has
defeated Gydger (Democrat) Buncombe
gave Gudger a small majority and the re
bult In tho Tenth Dlstrlct is stlll in doubt.
STATEMENTS OF LEADERS
Governor Odell, Murphy and
Others' Give Their Views.
(Dy Assoclated Prera.)
NEWBUltGH, N. Y., Nov. S.?Governor
Odell recelved tho eiection returns at his
home.. hero by two speclal wtres. . Ple
gavo out the followlng statement:
"Tho victory, of course, greatly pleases
me. It Is a magnlflcent endorsement of
tho Republican admlnlstration, both State
nnd natjonal. I hnvenhought all along
lhat our people ln welghing up the quall
licallons of the opposlng candldates would
reach the conciuslon that they have
reached. Personally I am gratlfled be?
yond mcasure. because this victory de
monrtrates to me that the Amerlcan
people wlll always resent unwarronted
assatilts upon tho Integrity of thelr pub?
Murphy's Regrets. .
(By Asfoclnted Prens.)
NEW YORK. Nov. 8.?-riarles F. Mur?
phy, lender of Tummany Hull, mnde the
followlng statement to-nlght:
"0 course, I nm very much surprlsed
at the result. 1 do not attempt to ac?
count for it. Whatever mny have been
the cause, it will dovelop und the 'party
cun then denl wlth It.
"I slncerely regret tho defeat of Judge
Parker. He was ln nll respeets a worthy
eandldnte. As much can bo sald for
candldate. As much can bo sald for Judge
Herrick and hls assoclates on tho State
tlcket. They undoubtedly wero the choice
of tho Democracy and thelr defeat is
to be regretted mor_ for the sake of tho
country nnd the party than for the can?
Carried the House.
(By Aspociated Press.) x
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 8.?Chalr?
man Cowherd, of tho Democratlc Con?
gresslonal Campalgn Committee, nt 11
"Wo concedo that the Republican Roose?
velt landslldo has carried tlie Houso of
Repres-entatlves for the Republlcans by c.
majority at least ns large as th-t by
whlch they jiow hold control."
DANVH.BE, VA.. November 8.?Official
voto for Danvllle, Va: Parker. 81(1: Roose
volt, 101; Swanson (Democrat), SCO; Sto
viitl (nenubllcnn), Sl.
DANVII.US, VA,, " November S.-Con
gressman rtwanson wltl bo eleeted to
succoed himself ln tho dlstrlct by 'a ma?
jority of 3,000 over his opponent, J. B.
Stovall. rnrkor's majority in the dlstrlct
wlll run hohind that of Mr. Swanson. The
voto Is a tle In Grayson. All except lt
preclncts In Patrlck county gave a mo
jorlty of 411 to the Democratlc tlcket,
makes ijfe's waik easy''
Voun. men who ft.re c?reful of liieir Bppe _r.
?nce will appreci-te lhe %?*tiiiess of
Croiaell Slioee. Older men will txknowjcdje
// your d?lV?r -Iom nm *??>> thtin, wrlte me.
I will UU you who Uot,
LtWIS A. CHOSSKTT. Inc,
Aorlli Ablugiou, AUm.
WAS SMALL ONE
(Continued From Thlrd Pago .)
Ablngdon by 125 or more. The*e flg*ure_
aro dlficoufagitig to Demoerata,
PULASKI, VA., November s.-Wy.or
earrles Pulaski county, iinofflclni returns
hy from 125 to 150. Returns ?t> far In
point to Wyitofi dofcat ln Nlnth Dls?
SAI/rVIDM., VA., November 8.?Re?
turns Indlcate* that Slemp. Republlcan,
him carried Smyth county by 400 to 450.
AHINGDON, VA., November s,-Wa?h
Igton county glvos Komp 000 to .60 ma?
URIHTOU TENN., November 8,-Wv.or
cnrrled Brlstol over Slomp by 171 ma?
jority, and town or Ablngdon 53 majority.
Two years ngo Rhea had 418 majority ih
Brlstol nnd more than 100 majority In
GATE CITY, VA., November 8.-Camp
hell fllemp enrties the followlng preelncts:
'I'. Ulackmore, 10; Milton. S9; Pranccs.-W;
! Stoney Point, 42; Cllnchport, 6; Rye Covo,
| ;'?',; Addlngton, 46; Jenntng-s, 83; NlckellB
J. C. Wymor earrles the foRowlng pre?
elncts: Nlnlnger, 60; Gate Clty, 71. Po
ters. 25; Smith's, 8; Powers, 0. Fourteon
of tho nlneteen preelncts ln Scott county
Irdlcato rcllablji that Slemp haa carried
tho county by somethlng over 600 plu?
rallty. It ls reported that the Democrat*
dld not go to the polls at the Falrvllle
Scott county, Vn., Nlnth dlstrict in
complete returns Indlcate Slemp, Repub?
llcan. carried county by 500 over Wysor,
PENN1NOTON GAP. Va.. November 6.
It ls thouirht that Lkms county haa given
Slemp (Republlcan), 300 mnjorlty over
JONESVILLE, VA., Nov. I.?Ten out
of flfteen preelncts heard from give
Slemp 456: other preelncts wlll glve ma?
jority of 600 or more.
Dlckenson county, Va., gives Wysor 25
? Lee County.
BIG STONE GAP. VA., November 8.
Tho returnft from this end of thls dlstrict
Indlcate the election of Slemp for Con?
gress from the Nlnth Dlstrict, ten pre?
elncts out of fourteen in Wlse county,
give Slemp 503 majority. At thia ratio of
galn he will carry tho county by about
C60. Slemp earrles nlB home preclnct by
41 majority. Slemp mnjorlty in Wlae
county two years ago was 498.
CDINTWOOD, VA., November 8.?Dick?
erson county, Democratlc, by 25 majority;
WTTHEVIPLE. VA., November 8.?All
preelncts of Wythe except one whlch wlll
not change the flgures, give Slemp, Re?
publlcan, 292 majority. Vote for Presl?
dent about the same.
BIG STONE GAP. November S.?Shs
preelncts ln I.ee county give Slemp a
majority over Wysor ct 308. Twelve pre?
elncts ln Scott county give Slemp a ma?
jority of 353..
WYTHEVIM.E, VA., November 8.
Bland county gives Republicans 60 major?
BLAND. VA., November 8.?Bighty-one
preelncts In Bland glve Slomp (Republl?
can) for Congress. 51 majority. and Roose?
velt. 02. Only one preclnct to hear from.
whlch wlll not change results in ooun
APPALACHIA, VA.. November S.-Of
f Icial count. Gillcy preclnct. ln wise coun?
ty, gives Roosevelt, 109; Parker, 24;
Slemp. Republican, Congress. 109; Wysor,
Democrat, 24. The same in 1902 gave the
Republlcan congressman 63 majority.
WISE. VA., November 8.?Wlse county
gives Slemp 640 majority.
PEARISBURG. VA.. vla PEAR1SBURG
STATION. VA , Nov. 8.?Giles county
give Wysor 167 majority, wlth two small
preelncts to hear from. Will not mato
rlally change results.
AVHDRST DEPOT, VA., Nov. 8.-Vory
llght voto polled. From present Indlca?
tions Pnrker wlll carry the county by
about C00 majority. Flood has about tho
WAYNESBORO, VA., Nov. 8.?"Waynes?
boro gives Parkor and Davis 198 votes;
Roosevelt and Fairbanks, 65; Flood, for
Congross, 199; Rlvorcomb, Republlcan, 67;
Oplo, Indopeiident, 6. Tho vote of Basio
gave the Republicans ten majority.
HOT SPRINGS, VA.. l>Jov. 8.?The vote
of Bath county ls as follows: Parker, 298;
Roosevelt, 197; Flood, Democrat, tor Con?
gress, 292; Rivercomb, Republican, for
Congress, 209; Opie, independent. 2, wlth
four preelncts to hear from, whlch wlll
not mnteiially change results.
Bath county, Vo.. complete: Parker,
29S; Roosevelt, 197; Flood, 292; Revercomb,
209; Ople. 2.
Buckingham County. .
FA.RMVILT-E, VA.,, Nov. 8.?Ton pre?
elncts In Bucklngham give Parker 450;
Roosevelt. 362; Flood (Democrat), for
Congress, 163; Rivercomb (Republican).
for Congress, 8S5. Two moro preelncts
wlll llkely Increase Flood's mnjorlty to
JMIU..BORO. VA., Nov. 8.-M!llboro
Springs; Parkor, 72; Flood, 69; Roosevolt,
85j Rivercomb, 40. Warm Springs: Par?
ker, 29; Flood, 33; Roosoveit. 87; River?
comb, 26?offlclal. '
GOSHEiN, VA., Nov. 8,-Goshen Pre
clnct: Roosoveit, 61; Parker, 44; River?
comb, 65; Flood, 45.
CUMBERLAND, C, H., VA., November
8.?The ofllolul voto of Cumberland
Courthouse: Parkerr~.72; Roosevelt, 17;
1 Flood,J22; Roveroomb, 16; Ople. 1,
Fllpptn's Mlll, Parker. 26; Roosevelt, Uj
Flood, 21; Revercomb, 10, '
Flaiiogan's Mlll, Purker, 41; Roosevelt,
1; Flood, 43; Reveroomb, 3.
H-uHh Park, Parker, 74; Roosevelt, U;
flood, 83; Revercomb, 8.
Brown's Church. Parker, 78; Rooaev_.it,
U; Flood, 9; Reve7roomb, 11.
PEMBERTON, VA? Nov, 8?Vota from
Cumberland county preelncts heard from:
Bush Park, majority for Parker 455 Flood,
48. Cumberland Courthouan: Parker, JOT;
Flood, 106. Flanngan.'a Mlll. Parker, 44;
Flood, 40. Fllppon's Mllli "Parker. 11;
Flood, 9. Brown'a Churolt not heard
Fluvanna County, ?
CMWUMBIA, VA.. November 8.tAU pre.
clncts not heard from Indlcations nre
that Parker and Flood have majority of
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number'of votes c*st''72, of which Parker
recelved 56; Roosevelt,. 12; Flood, 60;
Pamphlln Precinct, total vote 41;
Parker, 30; Roosevelt, ? 10; Flood, 80;
Revercomb, 9; Cple. 1.
Tho establlshment of another precinct
the cause of thls small-jyote.
CLTFTON FORGE, VA., November 8.
A con8ervatlve estimate of the Demo?
cratlc majority in Alleghany county as
shown by precinct there far heard from.
l8 200 for Congress. H. D. Flood, Demo?
crat, wlll recclve about 150 majority ovor
George A. Revercomb, Republican.
CL.1FTON PORGE. . -., Nov. 8?Tho
vote for Cllfton Forge and West Cllfton
Is as follows: Parkor 350, Roosevelt 1S9.
Flood (Dem.) 357, Revercomb (Rep.) 114,
Ople (Ind.) 2. Returns from county not
all ln, but a conscrvatlvo estimate places
tbe Democratlc majority for President at
from 125 to 200, while Flood's majority
over Revercomb wlll bo about 150.
City of Staunton.
STAUNTON, VA., Nov. 8-?The eiec?
tion passed off quletly hero to-day. The
city of Staunton polled a fair vote and
gave H. D. Flood a majority of 200 over
George A. Revercomb (Rep.). Ople poll?
ed a falr vote and was only 33 behlnd
Revercomb. For President, the clty gavo
Parker a majority of 2901 the county in?
cludlng Staunton. wlll llkely glvo Flood
(100 majority over Revercomb and parkor
STAUNTON, VA., Nov. 8.?Highland
county Is Republican ?>' 60 majority.
AMHERST, VA., Nov, 8.?Returns re?
celved from flvo preclncts ln the county
glves Parker a majority of 367 and Flood
a majority ovor Revercomb of 358. Thero
aro 17 or 18 preclncts In tho county and
judging from tho voto from the preclncts
heard from Parker's majority ln tho
county wlll be about liOOO wlth Flood a
vory little behlnd;
Amherst Courthouse: Parker 166, Roose?
velt. 20, Flood 104, Rovercomb 28, Opla
Tomperanoo: Parkor 85, Roosevelt 26,
Flood 85, Revercomb 6.
Mayflowcr: Parker, 33, Roosovelt 3
Flood 83, Revoroomb 5, Ople 1.
Fancy Hlll! Parker 80, Roosevelt 5,
Flood 75, Rovercomb 0, Oplo 1.
Monroe: Parker 40 majority, Flood 40
majority. Captain Ople recelved Boaroe
ly nny vote ln Uie county.
LYNCHBURG, VA., Nov. 8.?Madlson
precinct, In Amherst county, glves Park*
er 08, Roosevelt 11, Flood 73, Rlvercomb
8, Oplo 2.
ROANOKE, VA., Nov. 8.?Botetourt
county glves Parker a majority of 150.
BDUEJ RIDGB, VA., Nov. 8.?Followlng
mujoritles for Parkor; Fincastlo, 42;
Buchanan, 12; Coyner, 23: Bluo Rldgo,
18, parker's mujortty in county, 2_0.
HONAKEB. VA., November 8,-Unof*
flctal returns glve Sleiiip 640 majority In
Wise oounty; -ozewell, 450; el-fht pro*
oinots ln Wlso, Bcott and Dlckenson glve
Slomp majorltles; 0-vt at tox*r preclnots ln
Ruseoll, Slomp haa majority.
MiONTHUEV, VA.. Nov. 8.?Thlrty-four
majority for the natlonal Republican tlck?
et and flfty majority for Revercomb, Re*
LEXINGTON, VA? Nov. 8.?THe"i*)emo.
oratlo majority In the county end the
clty of Buena Vlsta ls somethlng over
100. H. D. Flood, for Congress, ran
altead of the tlckot. Tho Republlcans
carrlod the county four yeara ago by
over 600 majority. The vote polled to*duy
amounted to only about one-half of that
four years ago.' Tlio pemocratld majority
at, _.__?_ Vi*-*. tQ*___' wu 47. SVnr y?_r
ago the city went Republlcan by 11 ma?
COLtTuMJBIA, VA.. Nov. 8.?Fluvanna
gives Parker and Flood 300 majority.
AUGUSTA COUNTY, VA., Nov. 8.?
Twenty-elght preelncts give Flood 650
plurallty; Parker, 756 majority.
FINCASTLE, VA., Nov. 8.?Botetourt
will give Parker and Davis 150 majority;
H. D. Flood^ 200 majority.
BUCHANAN, VA, Nov. 8.?Twolvo out
of twenty-two preelncts glve Flood 20
majority. Tho remainlng preelncts will
mako his majority count about 200.
Buckingham County. "|l
BUCKINGHAM C. j.., VA., November
8.?Ten preelncts In thls county gave
Flood a majority of 98, and two more
preelncts yet to bo heard from. Flood's
majority In the county wlll bo 150. The
entlre voto at the ten preelncts. 848.
Parker received 450; Roosoveit, 362; Flood,
463, and Revercomb, 3E_.
He Secures Increased Majorities
Except in Giles County.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
BRISTOL, TENN., Nov. 8.?Based upon
estlmated majorltles In countles heard
from up to 9.80 o'clock to-nlght. the Re
ubllcans claim Slomp's majority In tho
Nlnth Dlstrict not llkely to be less than
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
BRISTOL, TENN., Nov. S.-Flve pre
olncts ln Lee county glvo Slemp 172 ma?
jority. Twelve preelncts In Scott county
glvo Slemp 353 majority. Flvo preelncts
In Wise county glvo Slomp 3SS majority.
Slemp's majority In Wlse county wlll bo
about 600, and In Leo It wlll bo upwards
of 300. The Republicans claim Wythe
county by _S0; Smyth, by 360.
(Special io The Timos-DlKDatch.)
BRISTOL, TENN,, Nov. ti.-No furthtr
roturns will bo received here to-nlght
from tho Nlnth Virginia Dlstrict. Thero
ls no doubt about Slemp's nlectlon, and
Chairman Rush, of tho looal Republlcan
Commlttee, estlmalcs tlio congressman's
majority at 8,000.
PULASKI, VA.. Nov. 8.?Pulaski gives
Wysor 150. Wythe?Slemp, 2S. Smyth
Slemp, 200. Bland?Slemp, 10. Giles?Wy?
sor, 200. Briatol?Wysor, 171. Taisewell?
DOO for Slemp.
Heavy Falling Off, But Man?
chester Breaks Her Record.
The falling off ln tho voto ln Rlch?
mond clty seems to navo provalled
throughout the other portlons of tho Third
The dlscrepancy ln Manchester was al?
most, lf not quite, as ularming ns in other
places, tho tofal voto of 1,'Ui ln 1000 hav?
lng dwlndled down thls year to 800. But
lt may ho said that for'the flrst tlmo sinco
negro eufi'rage has provalled in Virglnlu,
tho Thlrd Ward of Mnnohnsicr gav-o n
Pomocratlo majority, nnd tho majority
was overwhelmlng. Rowdvelt got only
18 votes, and Judgo Pnrker polletl 54.
8o fnr ns can bo loui'ned the votlng
throughout tlie dlstrict* was llfoless, and
but littl* Intereiit was mnnlfosted pn
Iu Rlohmond the total vote wns as fol?
lows: Parker, 3,891: Rooso.volt, 597; Lunib,
8,011; Allan, 419: Hanson, 26S.
Manohoster: Parker, 285; Roosoveit, 08;
Lamb, iW: Allan, 37; Hanson, 40.
FLOYD, VA., November fc-Floyd coun?
ty comploto, Roosevelt, 1,019; Parkor, 607;
Stovall, 894; Swanson peiimcrat, C90; Cur
roll county approxlmato 300 nmjortty for
Roosevolt: 860, Btovall; Patrlck couiity,
Wtwktv, UI; J-wauaon. m.
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H70HE Chickering cxprosses most porfectly that soulful quallty tho
f% compoHor seeks to volce, lt glves that deflght whlch the sonse
of perfect tone Imparts to every true artlst?satlsfactiou that
ls beyond price.
Mado Solely by
CHICKERING & SONS.
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, U. S. A.
FERGUSSON BROS., "?2.
Solo Eepresontativos for Virginia and North Curolinu.
IT MUST BE RIGHT,
thls brend of ours; because In the
first place wo use the best kind of
flour for breud making?a pure
wheat flour?and theu wo have
made n speclal study of broad bak?
ing, so that wo produce the best
bread it is posslble to mako, Our
customers reallze this.
THE _?__ 6. BRADLEY
Seventeenth and Dock Sis.,
Spoclnltlea; i'ile Drlving and
Fomidutlon Work, W liarf
Uuildiug and General Hivor
AVork, Concrete UourHrui'.tkm.
T. W. TIGNOR'S SON
JAMES C. TIGNOR, PROP.,
Wholesale and Retall Oealer in
GUNS, RUMiES, MSTOL8,
1719 Franklln St. Richmond, Vi.