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Some time ago I had an attack of
grippe which finally settled in my kid?
ney* and bladder I doctored with the
doctor* ar.d they claimed I had dropsy
I tried other remedie* and (tot no re?
lief from any of ihem. My condition
WBj such that I waa unable to work
for about two months and the annoy?
ing symptoms caused me a geat deal
of trouble and pain 1 wan hardlv
sble to turn over in bed. Seeing one
sf your Almanacs, 1 decided to give
Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot a trial and
gftrr taking svv? ral bottles was able
to resut' f my work again. I cannot
say too much in praise of your Swarap
i: .>? the results in my case were
Yours very truly.
FOHKKT l: AI.T.ARP.
Sworn and subscribed before inc. this
Tth w> i f May. 1:<U'
Hay C. Longbothutn.
j Dr. Kilmer & Co..
i Ringham ton, N. Y
Prove Whit Swamp-Root Will Do For Yon
Sena to Pr. Kilmei & <'o. I'.inKham
tor.. N Y , for a sample bottle It will
convince anyone. You will also re?
ceive a booklet of valuable informa?
tion, telling sll about the kidneys and
bladder Wien writing be sure and
mention the Richmond Sunday Times
Pispat;h Regular fifty-cent And one
dc-liar Mte bottles for ?ale at all drug
10 CALL SHE
Vast Majority of Enginemen and
Firemen Favor Quitting
(Spefla! IS The Tiroes-Dispatch'
K*SJ York. r?: ruiry S-Whlle no off'-lal
?tate-tiert was -nad* Is daf of the rate of
C? nre-nen , n the Kas-.em radrvadi foff or
agalnat strike, it was learned unofficially
that the vote, which if rei? counted. U fer
a strike by about M per cent. W K. Carter,
?realdent of the Brotherhood of LocoruotUa :
rirerr.-n and Saglai lass ?ho has been noti
flsd of the strike vote, has telegraphed to
Bhaha l*e, chair-ran of the ceafaeence
committee of the Eastern railroads. ;ropos
tag a final conference en Tuet.lay between
this committee ir ; the ?...
tee representing las r: re men. when the re- ?
*.:? M the vote will be la:: before the r?p
re?nta*.!v? of the re.ilroads
It Is believed that the railroads will ask <
time at th:s conference to take up the mat?
ter, and rear propose another conference to
Sire a final reply ir this r?ply ts still a re?
fusal of the SenaadS of the firemen or of
their proposition to arbitrate the points In
eispute under the Erdman act. the strlka
will be declared
SPREAD LIKE WILDFIRE
All Over America the Tie SIS sf the Mar
veious Damlrult Cures <if Parisian
>ace Has Spread.
A few years ajro thcie was intro?
duced into An'crica a cure for dandruff,
falling hair and all scalp diseases
This hair rcnewer did not Mtrat t
tnuch attention fur some moi.th?. until
a progressive business man, hearing <f ,
eajveral almost mnplcal rures. de ll led
to tell the American peopla of it? '
Blighty power to destroy thS dead)]
To-day, without any sensatliral or'
untruthful advertising. Parisian huffs
Is used extensively in SlsUUlt i very
town :n America. What has produced '
this great demand'.' Simply this: Paris
lan Sage does just s hat w e ars |aUiB|
tlie readers of tins paper It Will da. i
We claim?and we hack :>ur claim
with our mousy hack puarant;-e??hat
fansian Sage is the most lUTtsj irating
and rejuvenating hair tonic. It cures
dandruff, stops f..Hin? hair and Itching
Scalp: it makes the hair grow str um
and viRorou?. > *t soft and lustrous. Jt
Is the onl> hair dressing that re., ?
the root bulb of the hair ami destroys
BBS dandruff germ.
At.'I to the women who are reading
this simple statement of fact we wani
to say that Parisian Sane works won- :
der? with women's hair, it will turn .
dull, harsh and faded hair into hSBB
tiful. lustrous !.a:r i a few d., s.
Is the most pleasant an<l satisfying
lair dress::.K a:.. wo".ati ever used.
PSI lllsn .-a--..is ,*oJd "for St ccr.ts a,
large bottle by Yraglt Pru^ Ca and at
drug and toilet goods counters every?
where, or jl can h?r ot.t.i r.ed direct j
fror,: the BSaatars. Qtaaea M'c Ca, ittif
falo, N Y . all t harges prepaid ?Adv. r
The Eectric Oven
1 I \BOI T 11
Llectrical Appliantts of all Kinds
Robinson. Nelson & Co.
"Event hing Mtitriij!.
Til ??st M nn
7t7 East Main Str
E?ery Lady and i\en \].in
needs a tr?A. reliabfc Watch
We hare them. I? - V.
are depeTidaWc? ju*t the '.meat
txjr Jewelry is?and aiil appre
ciate a call from you.
H. COHEN, Jeweler
7f7 Fa*t Main.
! Common Council Votes Unani
mously for Ordinance
FUNDS FOR IMPROVEMENTS
l ir-t Sketche? of New V. M
C. A. Building Received.
Other News Notes.
The Times-Dispatch Bureau.
5 Rollinirbrook Street,
(Teh phone 14SS),
Petersburg. Va . February 8.
The Common Council. In adjourned
session last night, adopt, d by unani?
mous vote the ordinance uuthcnxirig
tl'.e Issue of tSOO.OOU of 4 l-S per cent
forty-year bonds of the city, for pub?
lic improvements-, and UM Boars' of
Aldermen will as unanimously vote
concurrence at its meeting n? xt week
Among the Improvements provided for
In the ordinance ar<- a fit ??tori plant.
126.009; two concrete and steel brides
over the Appomattox. IS2.00S; a new
school building in the Sixth Ward.
J1T..00'1: sewers and water mains In
Hlandford. Ill.OOS; a new almshouse.
115,000; water mains from the canal
locks to the city. $28,006: a storm
sewer. SIS.000; a new reservoir. $10.000;
grading and paving streets, extension
of sewers, water mains, etc. The pro?
ceeds of the sale of the bonds as thus
designated can be use.i f..r ii<> other
The Council authorised an expendi?
ture of $;:?;.Cl. for paving Terry and
portions <>f Brown and Lavwrence
Streets with granite block. The traf?
fic is very heavy on these streets on
BOCOUBt of the larRe tobacco manufac?
turing plants in that vicinity.
A resolution was j resented from the
School liourd asking for $100.000 by '
bond issue or .-.pproprlation for the ;
ereetio" of three public school build
mcs for the proper accommodation
of children of tlie colored race, which
was referred to Uta Finance Commit?
tee With this resolution was pre- .
sented tlie report of the special com?
mittee appointed seme time ago to in
quire into the advUsability of conaoll
dating the Peabodj and .Tones Street
colored schools. The report was ad
rOTOI to consolidation. In the dis< us
sio?. that ensued the fact was hrouirht
out that the colored public schools of
the city are o\ercrow<ied and in bad
totidition from a sanitary point of view
?conditions that need prompt remedy?
ing. Members of the committee an 1 of I
the School Hoard will appear before
the Finance Committee la the interest :
of the 1100,000 appropriation, the
granting of which Would probably ne?
cessitate a ftesli issue of bonds.
The Council voted to increase the
pa] of police privates to per month
An increase was .llso granted the:
street employes. The death yesterday
Of <'ity Treasurer Pamey. the only offi- |
cial who can check money out of the
i ity depositories, rendered it necea- ',
aery for some arrangement to be made
to provide money to pay off city em?
ployes to-day. The trouble was set-j
tied ?>> the voluntary offer of Chair?
man Patteeou, of the Ptnsacs Commit
tee, to furnish the amount, about
$1.1'"?. and the offer was accepted. The '
vacancy caused by tlie death of Cite
Treasurer Jtan.ey will probably be
Blled tlie first of the week.
< blld nadly Buraed.
Pearl Pegram. a four-yebr-old col*
ored child, was badly huraed about the ;
body, in hot home on rcgram street, i
last evening. She was alone in the
house at the time, her parerts being
away at work. It 'a supposed h?y
dress caught tire from the grate. She
OSS rescued by neighbors and cared
for until her parents could be a Mi Bed. i
.No Plan \rt Accepted.
A meeting of tii? i^adi? s' Memorial
aaooefsttea was held yesterday after
BOOS tor the. purpose of COSStelerlBSJ
plans 1 >; the massive granHo memo?
rial arjii to be erected in Bland ford
Cemetery. A number Of dcslnns were
tTamlnad. but no decision was made
T ,???> " .it: in will meet Liter t"
hstr? othe;- de?igrs for exan.'nation. ,
The Rev. w. B. Atwill, u I?. pastor
af High Street M C Church, will
presch to-morrow right on "JiaHltn.1 I
in preeentlaa the asbject he win dis-!
:uss the question: "I'o?s Justice re?
quire that women shall SOti '." Dr. i
htwUI Is a firm advocste of e^ual suf
trage, ?r.i thlnkg that, legally, morally j
?nd intellectually, fssttee requires tha* .
oemai id have the privilege tt j
5 ; (Trage.
The Rev. r;e. rge R Booker. D. Dw I
pastor of Washington Street M K.
Chuach. w.li d.s' ourse to-morrow
night on "The Gambling Mar.:? and
tl >w It Can Be Suppressed." lie will
make ppecjal r<-feren-e to Kami ling In
social circles, where. In such gan'-s
ts 'progressive > u. hn ." the iItt opens
to the evi! Jn a fashionable WS]r.
Tha Rev. bawti m Hap sr. i>. Du of
uba rirst Bapehrt Church, will ts?j
sxhiow sight preach the third .f hhi
?er!-s of sermons <>n "'I?-ve, the Great- |
rst Thing in tlie World"
1 St. C i, KulMlne.
T; ?? building committee of the T
? .' A. met last SiClIt and received
tie first sketches of the sssseJastsa'a
pro;...... ,| Sa? building ThSSI sketc hes
bad been previously passed around
ssesosi th?- aseaasess af ti.. committee.
>? ? t si s?st aagl I share was se trouble
in ?'ii?llnlna a revision of th> m. The I1
? ? ;? d "t. rrr> t n? d to p.ish ? si
?? ? . - r.'tpldU i.s possilil. . although it
?as] ?. fee* ,.f six woeha safere, nr.al ? ?
plan? ir. BfepOos eevorsl nv-n.b<rs
of the rommitte?- have receStly vl?dte?t ',
im ? ? ? Wee fuss. Bssttssero, .
Washlfsgtes and PblbidalpOlSs. w?,. r< |
bull ??< .ire either in pregrsM of.
an ? I ? ' ? .v be. ? r>-. r.tu .
pht?d. w^-.rr. moch *. aliiahl* lnf?.nm
cr to ? I . 1 Mr.ss.
Cuserel ef Ur. Rassey.
? :rr- ,| s< the bbsi rf?v tre??
Vt illlsm F. R.?m. v. will tak>
V' and liberal. BS well as BSSUI b<
?d SSSOvbsrs lie was of
rn ri'art. and charltl^? ir. th. com
Ity, while qil.tiv ??est.?..i
* ppetstsseut ml * lt? Tr??.?ro
? I in the sUb e , f att]
?v *. je?-*: *'
.'. Mejodifjrand ,\ fcj|
5Ae longs for a Piano from Crafts
and the Opportunity for Gratifying
Her Longing Was Never So Good!
That many appreciate this fact is apparent 1 v the overwhelming
response to the announcement of our Removal Sale, and the delude
of orders from every section of the South plainly shows the esteem in
which CrsfU Pianos are held wherever music is known!
Sale Prices That Exemplify
True Economy Without Sac?
rificing Superior Quality
are i pleasing feature 01 this great event. Every instrument offered is from our tegular stock?peerle-s
specimens of what constructive musical art and genius can accomplish in the building of pianos of
distinctive, artistic ca-c design and true, perfect tone register.
Even at the regulai price* quoted, you cannot equal the excellence nor 'satisfying qualities" of these
pianos'elsewhere, and the stupendous price reductions are too great to be overlooked, even though you
had not at this time intended to purchase.
It is interesting to note the extent to which we arc co-operating with our customers?even to the
length of letting then: make pradically their own terms on any instrument scle> ied during this sale;
but co-operation is but one feature of "Crafts Service," which makes f< r the satisfaction of the customer,
and is. in fact, mainly responsible for the immense growth of our bnsinesa
So great. ^ grand, so glorious are the opportunities for saving here HOW that a perusal of the price
reductions makes the music-lover gasp in wonder a nd amazement.
Read Them for Yourself?and See Why
Genuine $250 Pianos now SI48---a Saving of $102
Genuine $275 Pianos now $175?a Saving of $100
Genuine $325 Pianos now $225?a Saving of $100
But whv go on?price reduction-- a> great or greater prevail on every
Piano and Player-Piano (excepting Melodigrands). Only a per?
sonal visit to this store during the progress of lilts sale can convince
you of the marvelous mark-downs?the superb quality of the instru?
ments and the absolute reliability- of "The Hou-c of Crafts."
Genuine $350 Pianos now $247?a Saving of $103
Genuine $375 Pianos now $295---a Saving of $ 80
Genuine $425 Pianos nou, $375?a Saving of $ 50
Call to-morrow. A representative will sbi w, demonstrate and in?
struct you in the many points of superiority that these Pianos possess,
and his practical experience and thorough knowledge of the subject
will prove of immense assistance in your selection of an instrument.
Open Every Evening
To enable those who art'
?DAble to attend this sale
during the day. this store
will remain open every
evening until 9:.J0 P. M. A
splendid opportunity It thus
afforded to select an instru?
ment that will please every
member of vour household.
Largest Retailers of Victor Goods in the South
Now 121 East Broad St. Soon 205 East Broad St.
may send their orders direct
to Mr. Crafts, and he vflH
personally select any In?
strument desired. If uot
exactly what yon wanted,
send it back at our expense.
pokitment will probably be made on , of this
.Momlay or Tuesdny.
Heath of Vir*. XMiilr.
Mrs. Victoria D While, died IhJa
mornirc ftt 1 o<lock in the home o*
her ?on-!n-law, Charles II. Steere, on
Halifax Street, ^be was in her .-six?
ty-ninth >ear and is aUI?lead by two
sons and three da i;ph ters?Winston
W. SJSd Walter L White, of Baltimore.
bud Mrs. I >. K. Perkins. ."Irs. W. I:
Reside and Ml Charta? U Steer-. all
Stops Tobacco Habit
in One Day
Sanitarium Publishes Free Book ?hnw
iuK Hu? loha.-eo Habit < aa He
flanivhed In IriiDi One to
I Ivr llii k at Horn- .
The PIders SanitnrP.m. Io^a'< I
S;o| M.iin Street Sf J,.?? jd.. Mo. I Ml
pobltahtd n free havh showlr.g ?!?
deadly effect of the tohac-o bah;i ; : *
how It ran be bari:?r,'>: Hi from SgM
to five days at home
M.-n v. ho have used teri aero for more
thin "fty years have tiled this mell.M
and my ft Is entirely successful, and
In addition to h.-tr.i?liit.?- the desire for
tob.t . .?. has improved their health
wonderfully. This n>?-:hod banishes
the desire for toha? ask no ma*t?r whe?
ther t is ?mokfr.g. chewing. < laarettes
or snuff dipp.: a
As this i.k i? t.?rr.a; aTfatrRjarMi
f-ee. j,:.- '.i' ?% :,'.t;r n : ?;? ?ho.jld
asjasl ?...?:r i !. ..r-i ash reu? at once
< Advertisement I
l.eneral \rn? Note?.
in the Btnsttsurj Court bun: evening,
j in the suit of H. L. Back tjrainst the
J Virginia Hallway and Power Com
t paus* tor dai. urvs to his Mules and
wairon. the Jan? gave the plaintiff
$417.7." darr, KCl
A accent';, dresseii Mranger. .who
said he was from Xew Vork. was
found lying in ri semi tetMl least condi
tion near the X .rfolk sual Western
PaiIro;.d. m Hlandford. thud morning:,
from the effects of liouvr and exposure,
j He was re-noved to the police station.
where he was rivlvec! and allowed to
. d> part without giving his i.amo
Robert ?iih'iam. Jr. men-lier of the
House: of Delegates fro:r thi?. cit>. who.
a? has beer, reported, would not l?e a
?'?.'!. .ate for rc-elertioti. has not ai\en
such information to any o*ie. While
I ha has not yet decided what he will
I do. he may be a ' and.date again.
WHITE SLAVE GANG
DEALING IN GIRLS
Evidence That They Are Sold to
Chicago Men at $25 to
!? for ti
n... a bar
ef f'.f' In?
? P'tlna .!<??
Don't Delay?Buy To-Day
t?ir xian'lsrr] He.I i?|?r ? h*^t t o.
. r n?rne? ?.f vl'tlma.
?Od j??n'? who at
n ????. ale., are declared to
alt? for rilaste
?..'?I the court that
Set et tne (ana has been ar
.. . . s...I In U/m ball
'?ram* pea?a I Hassel the
i ..' Mr Walker
? ie?i?t a phy
i.i. Merino now earring eight
ef a parti'*.?r
r el<l 7 ? was
l'? airier*, and Woolens from moth*.
TRAILS OF GRAFT
WILL BE FOLlflWEO
f'.t t'niied K>?
: fleaa ef In-pacte** Kweeoey No In
hrm?ti"ti ??s fart he-?m n? from head
sj?altera aa t? the ler.or of the teetl
1 mony. Commissioner Waldo then o,ues- |
tioncd the four captains still In the
departm.iit who were mentioned by
TheSS c aptains denied all the acusa- I
tlons mad<' against them by Purcell.
liotli Um plain clothes men and the '
captains were made to put their state- i
ments into the form of affidavits, and
to take their .?aths as to the truthful?
ness ..f araal tk<y Bad said.
Louis J. (irant. attorney for Police?
man Kugene Pox. one iif the confessed
tr.ilt.-rs. call-d at the Criminal Courts
itullding tbls afternoon to see District
Attorn- l Whitman. He said later he
had call'-d in regard to reports In cer?
tain quarters, which accused him of
having knowledge of certain money
transactions in the Fox-SIpp matters.
Mr. Qnaf dented that he haJ any such
Met llateek to Testify.
The Curran committee on Monday
will hear as one of Its first witnesses
Thomas m. MrCHntock. formerly su?
perintendent ?.f the Parkhurst Society.
who was accused by run ell on Fri?
Commissioner Waldo had only Just
begun the Investigation of the charges
against Inspector Sweeney when Pur
cell told his story, implicating four
captains still in the department, in ad?
dition to various cx-rjollum'ti and
The. commissioner immediately or?
dered Deputy Commissioner New bur?
ger to take up this investigation of
this mi testimony, and the four cap?
tains were sent for.
pet ween now and Monday the com?
missioner will decide whether to ?all
Purcell before him on Monday to plve
additional details regarding the trans?
actions told of by the ?-an.hier on Fri?
day, or whether the commissioner will
depend upon the minutes of the Cur
ran o jinmlttee.
Inspe-tor Sweeney, now under sus?
pension, was one of the callers at
headquarters to-dsy In pursuance of
the rule requiring that suspended of
, fleers of tli?r department repo;t ea<-h
?? mornwi". Inspector IVNMy went first
! to Hie i.itrtl deputy commissioner's uf
j lire ana then wan taken by Mr. New
' burger 10 the commlnif.nfr'? office and
j reman.< 1 there an ho-.:r. No further
lufor-na ion r?gardinr Sweeney wax to
!>?? ha'l nfter the conference
1 ip tfie .Norfolk aurt Western ICail*
way Id .Norfolk. Qu'ckest. bent and
! moat popular rout*. Leave Rich?
mond 'j A. M. and 3 P. M. Pullman
parlor cars. ? Advertisement.
Same v.u-... very Day. 3
PURITY ICE CREAM.
The Atlantic Life Insurance
ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF
Mr. Richard M. Dillard
(for many years with the clothing firms of O. H. Berry cv Co. and Gan-Rady I a) as Spe?
cial Agent for Richmond and vicinity. The contracts of the Atlantic Life Insurance Com?
pany offer many unique advantages and cover every contingency.
\-k Mr Ihihrd to explain to you our plan for inviirinfj your insurance.
Mr. Dillard's office will be with A. 0. Swink, Manager for Va.
iti-na Mutual Building.