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overnor Receives Many
ppeals For Needed Assistance.
RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP
AORl??nof Now York Wauts statist let of
Executions of Innocent People?Cuttle
Quarantine January 1st?Succoissful SaTo
Cracking at Trevllinns, Louisa County?
''? Republicans ami tho Constitutional Con?
vention?Question Involving tlio Uomo
- atoadExeuiptlon?Judga Wadditl's Fluni
Ruling Awaited With Interest.
Richmond, Va., Doc. 29.?For some
days past' Governor Tyler has been
receiving letters from Confederate sol?
diers In destitute circumstances ap?
pealing for aid. The Governor is him?
self a Confederate soldier, and' these
appeals have touched him deeply.
Were he a rich man no soldier, who
made known his needs to him would
A letter was received by him today
from an old soldier in Nottoway coun?
ty, in which he said that his grand?
father served in the Revolutionary war
'.under Washington; his father fought
under Andrew Jackson, and he served
under Robert Lee. His father and
grandfather both were born in Ches?
terfield county. He has been living
In Nottoway for many years, trying
hard to support a wife and family by
doing carpenter's work, but finds it a
moat difficult thing now to get enough
work to support himself and family,
and he asks the Governor to try to se?
cure some position for him to help him
A NOVEL COLLECTION.
The Governor today received a let?
ter from Mr. John P. Rocock, of New
i York, who Is engaged in collecting sta?
tistics as to the number of persons
executed on charges of crimes in tho
United States who are Innocent. In
concluding his letter, Mr. Bocock says:
"It is estimated that there Have been
several thousand such executions in
Great Britain and some hundreds in
the United States. But it is exceeding?
ly hard to get authentic data in this
"There are some well known Ameri?
can cases, viz.: that of the Boom
brothers, at Manchester, Vt., and Glb
lin, In New York city, where sentence
of death was passed and the innocence
of the accused finally made plain.
There are others where the death sen?
tence has been actually carried out
and the Innocence of the prisoners
then demonstrra'ied, as Boylngton's
case in Mobile, in 1S54; Margaret
lloughtaling's in Columbia county,
New York; Dr. Hamilton's in Ken?
tucky, in 1820 odd." Mr. Bocock would
like to know if any such cases as the
above have occurred In Virginia. If
. there have been there are no records
In the executive office to show It.
Dr. E. P. Nlles. veterinarian to the
State Board of Control, was at the
Capitol today. He says the State nnd
Federal cattle quarantine rules will
take effect January 1st, and all quar?
antine cattle for Richmond will be
handled as In former years, in the pens
(set aside for such cattle In the Rich?
mond Union Stock Yards. The quaran?
tine line for Virginia remains as for
last year, except the release of that
portion of Franklin county lying north
of-Daniel's Run and the Black Wa ter
ROBBERY AT TREVILLIAN'S.
A telephone message today from
Trevllllan's, Louisa county, stated that
some party unknown broke into the
Store of C. Danne, the leading mer?
chant "there, last night and blew open
his safe with nltro-glycerine, escaping
With $250 and a revolver.
A red-bearded German tramp who
was around the place the previous
night, Is suspected, and the police of
this and other cities have been request?
ed ito keep a lookout for him.
Some of the leading Republicans
were asked "today what they would do
In reference to the constitutional con
_ ventlon. One of the most Influential
men In the party said he presumed
that after the Legislature fixes the
dato for the election of delegates there
will be a conference of Republicans
representing the several sections of the
State for the purpose of talking over
the situation. He said the Repulicuns
were Just as much Interested in secur?
ing to the people a good constitution
as the Democrats, and he thought the
ablest and best men should be sent to
ths convention, be they Democrats or
AN INTERESTING QUESTION.
The question of whether a man. who
has made an assignment, can claim the
benefit of homestead exemption, Is at
present a live issue among the legal
DIVERSITY OF OPINION.
At present there Is much diversity of
opinion, and Judge Waddill's final rul?
ing Is awaited with much interest. Art
tho matter now stands, the report of
Mr. C. P. Cardwell, referee in bank
5 ruptcy, has been overruled by Judge
, Waddlll, of the United States District
Court. This opinion was rendered
orally, but Judge Waddlll will be asked
to file a written opinion,
v The case in question is "in the mat?
ter of W. E. Moran, bankrupt." On
August 20, 1900, Moran made nn as?
signment, conveying all of his prop
i OTty to E. B. English, trustee, for the
benefit of creditors, with the power to
convert hts stock In trade into cash
and distribute the net proceeds, pro
: rata among his creditors. Two days
later, however, a petition was filed bv
v certain creditors of Moran. asking that
? lie (Moran) be adjudged a bankrupt,
alleging that he, by virtue of his deed
\ of assignment to E. r. English, had
committed an act of bankruptcy, on
-?? October 19, 1900, Moran was adjudged a
Wk?" Moran having in his-deed r,f assign?
ment waived nil claim to the benefits
of the homestead exemption act in the
bankruptcy proceedings entered claim
for these benefits. The counsel p>. op?
posing creditors contended that
B^.-FIra;. That the goods claimed mo'
ariart under his homestead died l
; . not been paid for, and the burden o."
proof is on the party claiming such <???:
?mptlon to show that they have bei n
Second. That by virtue of the deed of
assignment to the said V). It. English,
trustee, conveying all his propcrtv. in?
cluding that in which he now claims
bis homestead, tho bankrupt parted
with the title to these articles "so
Claimed' and is now estopped from
claiming them under the homestead
deed filed in these proceedings, on the
ground that the title to this property
had been vested In the trustee under
the deed of assignment and could not
In any way revert to the said Moran.
Mornn. however, submits evidence
showing that the title to the property
was rightfully Invested in him. und
Referee Cardwell has also ruled In
favor of the bankrupt in the second
ThO?gh the amount involved is small,
yet there Is a possibility or an appeal
being taken to the United States Cir?
cuit Court of Appeals by those who will
be affected by the court s ruling.
M-. Ella A. Miner, of Hampton, and
Miss Mary T. Woodson, of Gobchland,
wotv married Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at Bethel church, Gooch*
land county. Ya.
The groom is the son of Mrs. M. Is.
and the late E. G. Miner, of Henrlco
county, and the bride is the charming
and accomplished daughter of Mrs. S.
A. and thv: late P. B. Woodson, of
A NNOUNCE M ENT.
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Tlgrett, of Newburn,
Tonn., to the marriage of their daugh?
ter. Miss Rebecca Tlgrett. to Mr. Wil?
liam A. Shlbley, of Van Buren; Ark.
Mr. Shlbley Is well-known In Vir?
ginia, where for several years he was
prominent in the college athletics of
the State. For two years he played
half-back on the University of Vir?
ginia team, prior "to which he played
with St. Albans School of'Radford.
Mr. Shlbley made himself famous In
Richmond in the Virglnla-Lehigh foot- 1
ball game, played here on Thanksglv- '
lug Day, 1899.
He is now practicing law at his
home, in Van Buren, Ark.
Ex-Prestdent Grover Cleveland was
in Richmond today. Ho and a party
of friends passed through here in a ?
private Pullman car. They are on |
their way to South Carolina to shoot
ducks. T^he train was at. the Union
depot twenty minutes. Very few peo- !
pie were aware that Mr. Cleveland wns
Wm. Relnhelmcr & Sons today filed 1
a petition In bankruptcy, with liabili?
ties $14.000. and assets $5.000. The firm1
succeeded to the confectionery business ,
of Morris, now of Norfolk.
THE MARRTAGK OF MISS GAY
AND MR. PARK Kit.
Franklin. Va., Dec. 29.?Th* Frist
Baptist church of this place was the
scene of a beautiful marriage cere?
mony on Thursday last, at 3:30 o'clock,
when Mr. Walter G. Parker led to the
marriage altar Miss Antoinette Alice
The church was artistically decorat?
ed with holly, mistletoe and running
cedar, while the entire pulpit and front
of the edifice wns filled with potted
plants, arranged In a most pleasing
The ceremony was performed in a
most Impressive manner by the pastor,
Rev. J. L. Lawless. The bride, charm?
ingly and becomingly attired In a
tailor-made gown of broadcloth, with
hat and glover, to match, entered with
her father and carried a handsome
bouquet of Palmer violets.
The groom entered with his uncle,
Hon. J. C. Parker, who was best man.
Miss Annie E. Gay, a sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. She wore
white silk and carried bride roses.
Little Miss Katie v aughan was ring
bearer, while liitlo John Crafford Par?
ker carried the license on a Bilver tray.
The ushers were Crafford C. Parker,
L. A. Gay, Jr., Herman Cobb and R.
B. Turnier, and the other attendants
were Miss Rosa Gay, with Mr. Julius
Wills: Miss Nellie Parke.-, with Mr. E.
F. Story: Miss Marion Lawless, with
Mr. J. F. Bryant; Jr.; Miss Gable Bry?
ant, with Mr. J. B. Prince, Jr.: Miss
i Susie Gardner, with Dr. W. H. Arthur;
Miss Doratha T.ee. with Mr. G. W.
Harrison: Miss Teile Gay, with Mr. C.
J. Edwards; Miss Reble Moyler, with]
Mr. R. G. Camp: Miss Bessie R.
Prince, with Mr. M. C. Hortan; Miss
Sunie Parker, with Mr. Holt.
The bride is a handsome young
woman of the blonde type, and comes
of one of the most prominent families
in Southampton, Her father. Mr. L.
A. Gay, Is our presenit popular and effi?
cient Circuit Court clerk. Mr. Parker
is a prominent young 'business man
of this place and a nephew of Hon.
John C. Parker.
The happy couple left Immediately
after the ceremony via the S. A. I,, for
a Northern honeymoon.
The bride was the recipient of a
number of handsome presents.
MR. PERRY'S ASSAILANTS LEFT
Roanoko, Vn., Doc. 29.?It became
known yesterday that Mr. Slmcox and
wife have loft the city, leaving a fine
of $30 and costs of trial. Imposed by
the City Court, unpaid. They were
convicted of assault ?n J. s. Perry, a
well known business man, on Thanks?
giving Day. The woman alleged, as
Justification of the assault, that Mr.
Perry had Insulted her.
The court's decision was a complete
vindication of Mr. Perry. It wns shown
in the testimony that Mr. Berry had
seen the woman but once before the
assault, and that for a period of ten
minutes, during a visit to his office, nil
of which time there were others pres?
ent. SiifncOX mini Wife were comp.na?
tive strangers here and wore little
known, both haying come to the city
recently. They were married after an
acquaintance of two weeks, the woman
having come from Jersey City and
Simoox from Tennessee.
"Make good use of this penny." said
the practical father. ' You must hau
-to put your money where it will double
A few hours later the boy enmc In
"Paw, there was no end io (he in?
vestment I made with that penny."
"I am glad to hour that, my son."
"Yes, I bought a cruller."
A little three-year-old miss, nfler
watching the cook scouring the pots
and pans, reported to hor mother that
"Jane had scrubbed all the kitchen in?
Cures a Cough or Cold at once.
C.iipnc and CoiiMiniptioii. Quick, sure rrsiilts.
Ur. bull'? 1'ills cure Con.qlpution. 50 pills 10c.
A Young Man Prevented From
Swallowing Dose of Poison. ?
A Hoy's Narrow Escape From Ileitis flatb?
ed to Dentil?This Coiilitry'i Last Sun?
day?Clilof of Flro Ilepnrlmont Hurt?
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Suffolk, Va., Dec. 29.?Grasping a
bottle of laudanum, which he had
meant to swallow. Alec Howell, a young
white man, tonight was seized by Jas.
10. Ballard, on athletic citizen, who
took away the opiate after a struggle.
A Tier that Howell said he had already
I drank some of the drug, but that may
have been a "bluff," for the bottle he
1 had \v-Jl3 full, and. though they walked
him for a while to counteract the ef
i feels of anything harmful previously
swallowed, no signs of laudanum pol
| son developed.
Howell tried to buy laudanum from a
drug store, but a friend told the pro?
prietor not to sell It and he didn't. All
the local shops were notified not to sell
Howell laudanum lest lie persist in his
intention of drinking too much.
No further trouble is expected by Mr.
How-ell's friends. He had not eaten all
day, but was Induced to take a late
supper, and at 10 o'clock is much bet?
ter." He had been very nervous before
A CHRISTMAS SEQUEL.
Randolph Graham, 8 years old. might
have had his clothes burned off this
afternoon but for outside help in the
extinguishing of the dames. As It was
his leg Is blistered in a place as long as
a porous plaster.
A day or two ago Randolph put a
bunch of matches in his pocket. Some
of them worked a hole in the receptacle.
While sitting In a chair today he was
somewhat restless nnd the heat engen?
dered l\y friction set off one of the
matches and the whole lot was soon
burning In the space between the boy
Randolph shrieked. Miss Jimmie
Culley. his cousin, was in the room,
and she rushed to Randolph and. put?
ting her hand over the place the lire
and smoke were bursting, she put out
the bluze. Mr. E. W. Graham. Ran?
dolph's father, later pulled sixteen
i har-i-"^ match -pMtmpi from the boy's
THIS CENTURY'S LAST SUNDAY.
There will be no preaching Sunday at
the Methodist church. The pastor
elect cannot officiate because his wife
Is yet ill in North Carolina. Rev. Will?
iam T. Green, the retiring, minister,
With whom Mr. Potts exchanged sta?
tions, will preach tomorrow for the
first time at his new place In Salis?
bury, Md. Mrs. Green is visiting her
father, Mr. Old, near Churchland. Mr.
Potts will preach here January 6.
Dr. Staley, of the Christian church,
is with his family in Franklinton, N.
C. His pulpit will be occupied by Rev.
B. F. Black and at night by Rev. D. 1*.
The other places of worship will have
their usual pastors?Rev. Joseph B.
Dunn, at St. Paul's P. E. church: Rev.
L. H. Barton, at the Baptist church,
nnd Rev. John S. Thomas, at the Pres?
Mr. Thomas' subjects will be these:
"The Conversion of Soul" and "Visions
There will be a big rally on "mis?
sionary day" at the First (colored)
Baptist church Sunday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock. Rev. John S. Thomas will
make an address on "The Questions
and Hopes of a People."
The other colored churches who have
been Invited to join In the exercises are
the Pine street Baptist. Fair Ground
Baptist, Pine Street Methodist und
A nt loch Christian churches.
FIRE CHIEF HURT.
Chief Harvey M. Butler, of the Suf?
folk lire department, got slightly hurt
last night while directing the fire tight
at the blaze In Pettlt's machine shop.
A piece of glass was driven into Jils
hand near the thumb and made a pain?
ful, but not serious, wound.
The loss on Pettlt's machinery Is
covered by insurance with Woodward |
&-. Elain. The building, only damaged
slightly, was not insured. The whole
loss will aggregate S',00.
SMITHFIELD HAS CITY WATER.
Postmaster Ben P. Gay, of Smith
Held, was a very happy man tonight.
The new system of water works for
that town, which liave been In course
of which Mr. Gay was one of the prin?
cipal promoters, began operation at 9
o'clock this evening, when the first
stream of water flowed through the
iron channels, and the machinery
worked without a hitch. In one sense
of the word It is the beginning of a
new era for -the aristocratic old town
and the residents appreciate the im?
portance of the event.
Tonight was the first lime the pumps
had been put In operation. It will be
February before the stdndplpe and
everything else Is complete, but the
Gwaltney-Biinkley Peanut Company
and oilier takers will begin using city
water on New Year's Day.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATION.
Tho Presbyterian Sunday school kept
Christmas last night. Instead Of hav?
ing a public celebration In tic chur? h
auditorium the teachers nnd pupils
were entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John B. Pinner, on Brooklyn
Heights, who threw open their house
and welcomed the merry company, j
Tho parlors wert! decorated with holly
and other seasonable evergreens and
there was a Christmas tree in a win?
dow. Games were played ntel fruits
were served in abundance.
BURIED THE SECOND TIME
The remains of the late Mrs. Julia
Rush, who died three years ago.
were today brought from Norfolk and
relnterred In Cedar Hill cemetery,
Suffolk. The deceased was the wife of
Mr Isaac F. Hush, of Norfolk, and the
mother of Mrs. William II. Wells, of
O FFR' IA L SPORTSM EN.
Nansemond County Clerk. Mr. Rob
, (1ST RF.TWEHN CRESTNI'T ST..
I ? and Virginia Manufacturing com?
pany's plant, envelope containing $9 and
small account hook, bearing W. J,
HARNES1 name. Reward for return to
Vlrglnlnn-Pllot, Suffolk office. n
Suffolk. Va., Dec. 2ttli, IfJOO,
Woodard ,<i F.lam,
Di t. Agents, Union Central Life Ins. Co
1 wish to thank you and your
Company for the prompt payment of pol?
icy for $1000 on the lifo of Mr. Booker,
He was examined on the 18th, of inst
month and died before policy was re.
COlved, but the Company paid claim in
less than ten days ato r proofs were sent,
Uc'.MOt. FANNIE M. BOOKER.
crt R. Smith returned home this after?
noon from Rugged Island, N. C. He
was accompanied part of the way by
fellow-clubmen Judge W. N. Portlock
and Clerk Alvah H. Martin, of Norfolk
county. The party had good sport at
NEARING HIS END.
A telegram came today saying that
Ernest Walton, of Richmond, father
of Mrs. Charles Keller, of Suffolk. Is
very ill, and Is supposed to be dying.
Miss Kemper Culley left today for a
visit to Norfolk friends.
Mrs. Eugene L. Karbee, formerly
Miss Etta Horum, left last night for
Henderson, N. C, accompanied by her
uncle, Lewis Brothers. She wus join?
ed there by her bridegroom, and they
went to Durham, N. C, the groom's
Professor Peter J. Kernodie Is visit?
ing his former home in Suffolk.
Mrs. Harry Tollen, of Waverly, Is In
Suffolk visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Culley.
Hurricane Branch Is sick abed at his
home in the county. He Is threatened
Miss Emily Deik, daughter of Cap?
tain Deik, of Smtthfleld, is a guest of
Miss Marie Woodward at the home of
Judge Rawles, on Bank street. She la
one of Smithheld's pretty debutantes.
A great many persons are saying
that they will sit up Monday night to
see the century die.
Mr. Charles L. Hutchlns is visiting
relatives in Baltimore county, Md.
A license was Issued today for the
marriage of John J. Holland and Miss
Addie C. Holland, both of Nansemond
county. They will wed in Suffolk \.o
BUSINESS CHANGES ? WATCH
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Petersburg., Va., Doe. 29.?So far
as learned there are to be but
few changes in business circles in Pe?
tersburg on the opening of the New
Year. Business in all branches of
trade will compare very favorably with
what it was in lf'OO.
Wutchnight services will be held at
several of the churches on next Mon?
The gorman ? given at Library Hall
last night, under the auspices of the
Virginia German Club, was a most de?
lightful affair. There wvre sixty cou?
ples, and dancing was kept up until
half past 1 o'clock this morning. There
were a lrage number of strangers in
Mr. E. P. Goodwyn will give a sup?
per to some of his friends on next
Monday night at the rojma of tho
Petersburg Club, on Sycamore street.
Seventy-five thousand dollars 3V4 per
cent, forty year street paving and im?
provement bonds of the city of Peters?
burg, Yn., exempt from ail city taxes,
principal and Interest payable in gold,
u:-e to be issued. Sealed proposals for
the whole or any part of the bonis
will ba received by the finance com?
mittee of the Common Council until
the 10'h of next month. The bonds
will be steel engraved by the American
Bank Note Company. The bonds will
be coupon bonds, JfiO.000 of the denomi?
nation of $1,?00 and $25,000 of the de?
nomination of $000. Tho bonded debt
of the city. Including this Issue, Is
$l.33'j,O00. The amount in Its sinking
fund Is $331.000. The annual Increase
in the sinking fund is now over $30,030.
The assessed value of taxable real
estate is $0.508,091; of personal estate,
$4,025,319. The tax rate Is $1.00.
Rev. Richard D. Mcllwaine. presi?
dent of Hampden-Sldney College, pass?
ed through the city this morning, on
route home from the Southern Educa?
tional Association in Richmond. Dr.
Mcllwaine says that the college is get?
ting on nicely.
Mr. Thomas IT. Bolsseau. who has
boon spending tho holidays In Dlnwld
die county, has returned to tho city.
CHIEF HARWOOD DECLINES TO
Newport News. Yn., Dec. 29.?Capt.
T. A. Johnson, of the Huntington Ri?
fles, appointed to succeed s. J. Har
wood as chief of police, qualified and
entered upon his duties today. Bar
wood, however, claimed to hold his po?
sition pending a decision In his appeal
to tho ''orporatlon Court, applied for
an Injunction to prevent Johnson from
holding ollice. Judge Harham tonight
granted a temporary restraining order.
LIQUOR CASES DISMISSED.
Tho cases against il Snyder, Jr.; H.
A. Cacoud, Fred Holmes, Charles
Adams, Robert Frankfort, Rosa Last.
S. L. Boyd ami Beanie Jones, charged
with selling liquor on Sunday, were
dismissed by Justice Brown today. The
places wore prosecuted on evidence,
which resulted in the removal of Chief
Harwood for alleged neglect of duty.
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS.
The author of the Christian Science
text-book takes no patients, do^s not
consult on disease.-, nor read letters re?
ferring to these subjects.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THANKS.
The following was contributed by tho
Rev. Mary Baker (!. Eddy to a sympo?
sium on Thanksgiving which appeared
In the Boston Globe, November -".?. 1900.
There were twenty-three articles writ
ton by prelates of various denomina?
tions, and Mrs. Eddy's was the only
one contributed by a woman.
The communications were s^nt in an?
swer to the following tob graphic In?
quiry from the < Hobe:
"On the threshold of the twentieth
century, will >"ii please send through
tho Globe to tho people of Now Eng?
land, which Is t he birthplace of
Thanksgiving Bay. a sentiment on
what the last Thanksgiving Day of the
nineteenth century should signify to
all mankind" '
"New England's last Thanksgiving
Day of this century signifies, to the
minds of men. the Bible better under?
stood and truth and love made more
practical; the first commandment of
the Decalogue more imperative, and
?loving thy neighbor as thyself,' more
possible and pleasurable. That love,
unselfcd, knocks more loudly than ever
before nt tile heart of humanity and
rinds admittance, That revelation,
spiritual yol< d and vision are loss sub?
ordinate to material sight and Bound
and more apparent to reason. That
evil flourishes less, Invests loss in
trusts, loses capital, and is bought at
par value. That the Christ spirit will
cleanse the earth of human gore. That
civilization, peae > between nations, and
the brotherhood Of man should be es?
tablished and justice plead not vainly
In behalf of the sacred rights of indi?
viduals, peoples and nations. That the
science of Christianity has dawned up?
on human thought to appear ful|-orbed
In millennial glory. That scientific re?
ligion and scientllle therapeutics are
Improving the morals and increasing
the longevity of mankind?mitigating
and des. .-oylng sin, disease and death.
That religion and materla medlca be
no longer tyrannical and prescriptive.
That divine love, understood in divine
science, impartial and universal, forms
the coincidence of the human and di?
vine Which fulfills the saying of uur
great Master, '.The kingdom of heaven
is already with you.' That the at?
mosphere of the human mind, when
cleansed of self and permeated with
divine love, will reflect Its subjective
state in clearer skies, less (thunderbolts,
tornadoes and extreme^ of heat and
cold. That agriculture, manufacture,
commerce and wealth should be gov?
erned by honesty, industry and jus?
tice, reaching out to all classes and
peoples. For these signs of the" times
we thank our Father-Mother God.
MAUV BAKER G. EDDY.
MORE OF A GOOD THING.
(Detroit Free Press.)
If a body meet a body
Com In' thro' the rye;
If a body kiss a body
Need a body cry?
Well, not hardly,
I am sure.
Unless a body
Cries for more.
A BARGAIN DAY.
A Customer (in the "complete" de?
partment store)?1 notice so many cou?
ples taking the elevator for the thir?
teenth Hour. Why are?
The Ribbon Glek?They are taking
advantage of the Special offer in the
matrimonial department. Rev. Mr.
Splicer Is performing ceremonies today
at half price.
Little three-year-old Minnie could re?
peat nursery rhymes and talk lik? an
old woman. One da v. having done
something strictly against orders, h?r
mother said. "Minnie. 1 don't really
know what I had belter do with you."
Drawing a long breath of relief, the
little miss sail, "I'm awful glad you
don t. mamma." and marched off. tak?
ing it for granted that the matter was
Every Lady in the Lind Can Now Have
a Beautiful Skin
A TRIAL BOX FREE.
Every lady who sends her name and
address win receive by mall fr-?-? i trial
treatment of n celebrated beauty's reme?
dies for beautifying the complexion, it
id no', a face powder, cream, cosmetic or
bleach; contains no oil, grease, paste or
chemicals and is absolutely 'he only suz
cesstul beauty maker known.
Fanhlo B. Ralston, f.-> Lexington Ave..
Newport, Ky.. sister of the famous Ken
lucky Beauty, H i .. Ra ston, who also
used these beautiih rs, says: "When I
began using Mmc, Rlbault's comp.exlon
beaullflers 1 did not think it pdssiblo to
FANNIE B. RALSTON.
(Showing her wonderful Improvement A
(dear my skin, iny face was in a horrible
condition, literally covered with rod spots,
pimples, blackheads, moth patches and
freckles. And whenever the weather
changed eczema, chap and salt rheum
added 10 my misery. I suffered a thous?
and deaths, and when | sent for a trial
of Mine. Rlbault's beautlflers, Just oa I
had done before time and a train with
other advertised remedies. I did not ex?
pect nny results, imagine my surprise
when the next day all redness and sore?
ness were gone. At the end of a week t
my skin began to clear, the freckles and
moth patches disappeared and the eczema
and salt rheum were completely cured, i
Improved so wonderfully that my friends
did not recognise me, so quickly had the
change taken place. My skin Is now per?
fectly lovely, and there is not a blemish
ur wrinkle anywhere.
"I hope all ladles will at least try these
I>o not delay, but write immediately.
The treatment Is harmless, a natural
beauty maker and will permanently re?
move all tfltn, freckles, moth patches,
pimples, blai kneads, flesh worms, .sun?
burn, chaps, roughness and any and all
.-kin Imperfections, no mutter what they
Write to-day without fail and the free
treatment will be mailed prepaid with
full directions and all particulars abso?
lutely free. Add re MMK. M. RlRAl'l.T,
1322 Bisa Rldg., Cincinnati, o. it
227 Main St. 227 Main St.
Havana and Domestic. Packed in
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Hambu.gir's C'gar & Ticket Office
Dr, Anna Glaring
ol high repvii?. Voij.
ttable compound tu?
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Insist upon having then, take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy.
ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM.
FOR GOLD WEATHER!
Men's Suits, all wool Tweeds and Mixed Goods,
leaders at $6, your choice #2.7S.
Men's Suits, all wool, last colors, assorted patterns,
finely tailored, regular #10 suits. Take your pick #4.7$.
Alen's Suits, in fancy worsteds, heavy weight, reg?
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Men's Suits, fine imported Royal Blue Serge, fast
colors, the latest cut, regular #14 Suits, 57.S9.
Overcoats, Men's.?We will bunch the lot. #10,
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Boys' Suits?#3, #3.SO and $4.S0 kind; your
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l 219 SV3AISM STREET.
2S-27 GRANBY ST.
Best place in the city to buy
\ A THING 0F BEAUTY \
YOU WILL FIND THAT
are without exception artis
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BEAUTY," and the light A
! JOY FOREVER." Electric
Light is the best light of
. the century.
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WORKS-COVE STREET. TELEPHONE. 221.
Such rapid operating as we can safely employ In our prac?
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principles In each particular branch of Dentistry, and lln
lshcd, practiced skill In applying. Such understanding and
skill Is tho specl.il advantage our patients derive from our
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producing tho best work and makes lower charges possible?
to say nothing of less bother and worry in tooth care.
"Newest Discovery" Is a boon to tooth sufferers. It makes
extraction painless?without sleep and without danger.
NEW YORK DENTAL ROOMS ONLY,
NO. Sit, COR. MAIN AND TAI.DOT STREETS. N. E. OF MONUMENT. ES
TAULISHED NEARLY US YEARS.
NEW PHONE 16S1.
J. D. ENNES. Dentist.
ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS,
374 Main St., Norfolk, Va. *
DR. W W. FREEMAN, Prop'r
Crown and Bridge Work, or Teeth without Plates. Flno Gold Fillings. Our
?lato Work Is the REST. Extraction ot Teeth without Pain our SPECIALTY.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE SATISFACTORY.