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i'oaturo Is IncUlcnt to Session of
Woman's Christ inn Temperance j
Union at Petersburg.
Kaielgh Man Wins Itoanoke ?HHde,
and They Are Now Kn Itoute to
Palm Iloach for Honeymoon.
Negro Workman linrily Injured.
PKTKnSnimO. VA.. February 24 ?
The session of the Woman's Christian
Temperance t'nlon In the Market Street |
'"hurch last night was largely attend- j
I'd. Kino music was rendered by Uio
choir, and a feature of Interest was a |
rending contest for the prize of a silver (
medal. There were six contestants for
the medal: Misses Mamie Thweatt, |
Irene Hogwood, Helen ItauRh arid j
Mamie Perkins, and Franklin I'.auKh '
and Vernon Parker, all from nut of >
tlie rltv. -'AH read well, but the Judges
decided in favor of Miss Paugh as the
winning contestant, and the medal was
presented to her by Mis. Howard M.
Iloge, State president of the union.
The union held an Institute to-day,
with Mrs. Howard M lloge as leader.
Mrs. (logo, ilelb-verad an address at
the opening of the Institute. The
speakers during the day were Mrs. j
Pound, of Manassas; Mrs. .Spencer, of
Keysvllle; Mrs. Ould, of Concord; Mrs.
Nowlln, of I.ytichburg; Mrs. Weaver, of
Waynesboro. Mrs Clements, of e'en- J
tralla, and others
The session to-night closed this mid- I
year meeting of the union. It was In
the nature of a mass gathering. Spe- j
cial music was rendered, and an ad
dress was delivered by Miss Christine
.1 Tlnllng, national ami State organizer,
who has given tnueh attention to
temperance work throughout the
county. She tohl in interesting story of
the great progress the cause has made j
and is making.
Unlet Afternoon Miirrlngr.
Almond C. Strickland, a young busi- |
nesn man of rtaleigh. N. and Miss i
Kllznbeth M. Hoard, of Itoanoke. came i
to Petersburg yesterday afternoon, and ;
wrrs quickly married, subsequently]
leaving for Palm pearh, l'ia . to spend j
their honeymoon The rcrcmony was j
performed at the residence of the of- i
delating minister, the 1'ev. K. W. Moore, !
of tiie Second Baptist Church.
'leorge Peeves, colored, was brought
to tiie hospital from l.dnwlddie last
night suffering with a severe er?.sh in
the lrft forearm. He was engaged
In chopping wood on a farm near the
city, when, by some means, the ax
slipped and inflicted the wound. Tiie
main artery was severed, and he bled
so freely that ho was much weakened
before receiving the attention of a phv- i
siclan. He is attended by Pr. 11. A
? Hurke.
Ileport of SpIhhiU.
Superintendent Martin's report of the
schools for January shows a while en
rollment of 2.2"*3. witli an avorace :>t- j
Imitaiirc of ??*..*! por rent, and ,??. cot
'iro<l oproll merit of l.'.M, with an avcr
a ge attendance of S9.1 per rent The
percentage of att.-nd-ince was remark
ably good. Tlie attendance In th? high
s< hool was r,T.S per cent. There were
very few absentees among the teachers
\rn* \ 11 ten of Inlrrrnt.
\V. II. Frey, Inc., lias sold his drug
business and stock of goods. In Syca
more Street, to Russell A- Howe, uho
will condui t the business at the same)
Little Miss Lucille O'Neal. of Kttrlefc,
who was visiting her aunt, Mrs. 'toheit 1
I.edl'ord, at Wythe and Jefferson
Street.*, was struck hy a passing to:!m
yesterday afternoon, and narrowly es
caped serious injuries.
Saturday will ho the semimonthly
pay day at the Pu Pont works, at City
Point, and thousands of employes will
receive their checks for theli two
weeks' waces. The National Hank of
Petersburg will open Its door from C
to 8 o'clock in the evening to cash
these checks
Two negro brothers, Sjun and Nick
Drumgoole, were sentenced '.o Jail by
the police Justice to-day for stealing
money?sottiu S30 or more?from their
Tho Ladles' Hebrew Auxiliary So
ciety Is arranging for a masquerade
ball to ne given at the library Hall
on March 3. and the Daughters of the
Confederacy are arranging for a grand
Easter grennan.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch 1
BLACKSIU'llC, VA., February 24 -
The Lee and Maury literary societies of
the Virginia Polytechnic Institute held
their annual Joint midterm celebration
on Monday night in Herman ?* 1 u?? Hall,
when teams from the two societies con
tested for a medal in declamation and
(?>r possession of tho silver cup that is
given each year as a trophy to the win
t s in debate. Professor II. M. Ar
i ?!r>. chaplain, made the Invocation, and
I'wl.-t Gray, president of tho Lee, intro
i r ? il tho speakers. The Judges wero
!'? ? l>. J. Woods. Dr. C. M. Newman and
P < ? "ssor A. S. Jewelt. The. declaimers
\\ e?? ? C. J. Kirbv of the Lee. and Rich
ard {'?. Hutchcson of the Maury. The
debaters on the affirmative side of tho
question, "Resolved, that emigrants
should lie subjected to the literacy test,"
were W. W. Ford and J. W. West of tho
Maury; for the negative, J. K. Cowles
and F. R. Klrhy, of tho l.ee. R. (J.
Hutcheaon, of Charlotte Courthouse,
was awarded tho declaljiier'.s medal, F.
R. Klrhy, of (Jrayson, tho debater's
medal, and the Judges decided that tho
team from the Maury bad the best of
its opponents In the debate as a whole,
in I he possession of tho Maury society
The silver cup will, therefore, remain
fir another year, and was given into
ts care by Professor C. K. Vawter.
[Special to Th$ Times-Dispatch.]
ASHLAND VA., February 24.?Secre
tary of State William J, Bryan will
deliver an address beforo the Wash
ington Literary Society of Randolph
Macon College on Friday evening. Mr.
Urvan was to have delivered an ad
dress here on Monday evening, but was
detained In Washington by pressure of
-late matters. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan
will arrivo In Ashland at f. o'clock
KrldaS' evening, and will return to
Washington thrr-o hours later.
Fair Dates Are Fixed.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
24.?Tho hoard of directors of tho Rap
pahannock Valley Agricultural and Me
chanical Fair Society, at a meeting
here, fixed upon September 2S. 29 and
30, ns tJio dates for holding tho next
annual fair at this city. President It.
C. Vance announced tho appointment of
i ho following executive committee:
Captain M. R. Rowe, A. P. ftowe, W. S.
Fmhrey, J. M. Ooldumlth, F. C. Bald
win, C. II. Hurkamp. Captain R. C.
Vanco (?::-o(Hclo). Tho standing coin
mltteea were annotinced for tho year. A
contract was cloaod with the Moyer
hoff shown of New York for their at
House Votes Against Hill Providing
for Their Klection by Vote
of People.
Committee Recommends Against
Selling Stork in Atlantic* anil North
Carolina Railroad at Price Offered,
and Asks Further Negotiations.
RAL.ETGH, N. C. February :t.?The
House hart a lively debate to-day over
the nine pending bills providing for
the election of county boards of edu
cation by vote of the people, that for
Brunswick County bring the first up.
The. House voted by a large majority
against this and the rest of the bills,
carrying out the policy agreed upon
in the Democratic caucus on Monday
nicht. that for tne future these boards
shall be appointed, except in the six
counties that have had the elective
system for several years
The House received, through Repre
sentative Seawell, of l,t>e County. the
report of the legislative committee
from the special session on the ques
tion of th?- advisability of the State
accepting the proposition of K. C. Pun
can and interests he represents to sell
the State's shares of stock in
the Atlantic and North Carolina ltail
road, Goldsboro to Morebead City, for
$!H9,9iiO. The committee recommended
that the prlco be not accepted, the
property being worth more than this.
It recommended that the Governor and
Council of State or other individual
should be authorized to negotiate
further with Mr. Inincan. and be em
powered to sell If n satisfactory price
can be aereed on, with a specification
that within one year any counties,
municipalities or private holders of
stock may have an option to sell their
holdings at the same price the State
receives. The committee reviewed the
situation as to the stock and the road,
the present lease to the Norfolk and
Southern and possibilities for Increased
value nnd for deterioration, in Ar
riving at Its conclusion that the State
should sell If the price Is made right.
The report is signed by Seawell. K.
I?\ Young, Gallatin Roberts, of Bun
combe; W. I.. Parsons nnd W. H.
Wltherspoon. Other members of the
committee who did not sign the re
port. wjiich Is not unanimous, were
Senators Gilliam and Weaver nnd Rep
resentative Stevens, the latter of
The Senate set the Grier antljug bill
from tho House, under "without
prejudice" report from committee, as
a special order for Friday.
Representative Clark, of Bladen
County, this morning In the House filed
an amended resolution calling for tho
proposed Investigation of tho conduct
of Judge Frank Carter and Solicitor
Abernnthy growing out of tho judg
ment of contempt entered against Aber
nathy by Judge Carter at Newbern
three weeks ago. and specifying times
and places in the charge of grossly
Immoral conduct of Judge Carter. Mr.
Clark stated on the floor that II had
been charged that his first resolution
lacked specification and was a "sub
marine warfare"; that he was conduct
ing no such campaign and that while
his might not bo a Dreadnought ad
vance, It was certainly "open and above
After spirited argument for and
against tho Hobgood State-wide pri
mary bill from R to 11:3ft o'clock to
night, the Senate adjourned to 10
o'clock to-morrow with the agreement
that it be resumed ns a special order
to-morrow night, when It Is expected a
vote will he reached.
Don't fail to hear Pastor Russell at
City Auditorium Monday. 8 P. M? on
of Armncdlon."?AO?,
'real estate subject
Supreme Court So lltilrn In Spite of
OptnlnnN Delivered l?j- Attor
ney -(irncrnl,
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dispatch.]
I RAI.EIGH, N. C., February 24.?The
| SupriTiic Court ruled to-day In the test
i case of Solicitor Norrls vs. Cary K.
j Durfcy, trusteu of the estate of Flor
l ence P. Tucker, that real estate in
1 herltances are subject to the lnheri
i lance tax under the revenue acts of
i lfi'.'i, l<?f>7. 130'j and subsequent acts.
In spite of rulings by Attorney-' Seneral
Gilmer, concurred in by Attorney-Gen
eral Blckett, that the act a-? worded
only applied to personal property.
This suit was brought at the in
stance of the Corporation Commis.'?ii>n,
the commission holding that the rev
' enuc acts in question Intended that
real estate inheritances be taxed.
| Now there will he a general movement
j to see to it that all tho Inheritances
I that have passed during these years
, arc held, as far as possible, to the
payment of the tax, amounting, it is
'estimated, to possibly $2.*>0.000 the
] State over.
The following opinions were hand
ed down: State vg .-Vrmans,
Hyde County. reversed. Savings
Bank \ ?. Johnson, p!?.?.|OotHnk.
reversed on plaintiffs appeal: af
firmed on defendant's appeal: Mutual
Provident Association \s Kriwards et
al. Beaufort, no error: Pier.-?- vs. Wal
ters, Washington, per curiam, no er
ror; Godfrey vs insurance Company,
I Pasquotank, no error; State vs Uipkin.
j Kdgecombe. no error; I,eggett vs. Rail
road Company, Martin, reversed: Roh
j ersuii vs. Moore, Martin, affirmed: llas
! sell vs. Steamboat Company, Martin, no
error; Thompson vs. Batts, Wilson, re
versed: Guano Company vs. i.imbcr
| Company, Kdgecomhe, reversed; in re
| inheritance tax, John G. White, Bertie,
? reversed; Xewsome vs. llarrell, Hert
ford, reversed; Plnnell vs. Burroughs,
I Warren, new trial; Tyler vs. Mahoney,
? Bertie, reversed; ZollieofTer vs. Zolli
i coffer, Halifax, no error; Norris vs.
From Piles
i no matter how long or how bod?go
to your drtiggiBt to-day and get a f>0
cent box of Pyramid Pllo Remedy. It
will glvo quick relief, and a singlo box
often cures. A trial packngo mailed
? free in plain wrapper if you send us
i coupon below.
f>lS Pyramid Jtldg., Marshall. Mich.
Kindly send me a Free sample of
Pyramid Pile Itemedy. In plain
City State
Purfev, Wake, error: Cook vs. High
land Hospital, Buncornbs, no error.
NORKOIjK, VA? February 24.?It was
learned to-day '>n good authority that
the naval board, which arrived here
yesterday to inspect tho turbine engines
of the battleship North Dakota, will
recommend that the ship be kept in
commission. The North Dakota, which
was with the Atlantic Fleet in Cuba,
was forced to return to the. Norfolk
Navy Yard because of serious trouble
with her machinery. The N'avv Depart
ment Intended ordering the ship out of
commission, and had transferred part
of her crew to other ships.
The inspection board thinks the ship
can be made ready for service in a few
Necro I.ynched hy Mob.
KISSI.Nr.MEE, FLA., February 24.?
"Will Heed, a negro, who was accused
of having1 attacked a whito woman,
was taken from the county jail here to
day by a mob of snore than 100 men
and hanged to a tree near Forest City.
His alleged victim Is said to have
identified him.
A coroner's jury failed to determine
the names of any members of the mob.
The sheriff said the men were heavily
armed, and obtained the key to the
negro's cell by overpowering him.
What Thin Foiks Should
Do To Gain Weight
Physician's Advice For Thin, Unde
veloped Men and Women
Thousands of people suffer from ex
cessive thinness, weak nerves and feo
blo stomachs who, having tried adver
tised flesh-makers, food-fads, physical
culture stunts and rub-on creams, re
sign themselves to life-long skinnincss
and think nothing will make them fat.
Vet their case is not hopeless. A re
cently discovered regenerative force
makes fat grow after years of thin
ness, and Is also unequalled for repair
ing the waste of sickness or faulty
digestion and for strengthening tho
nerves. This remarkable discovery is
called Sargol. Six strength-giving,
fat-producing elements of acknowl
edged merit have been combined in this
peerless preparation, which is endorsed
by eminent physicians and used by
prominent neoplo everywhere. It Is
absolutely harmless, inexpensive and
A month's systematic use of Sargol
should produce tlesh and strength by
correcting faults of dlgestloi r.;id by
supplying highly concentratcil fats to
the blood. Increased nourishment Is
obtained from the food eaten, and tho
additional fats that thin people need
are provided. All leading druggists
supply Sargol nnd say there is a large
demand for it.
While this new preparation has
given splendid results as a nerve-tonic
and vltalizer. It should not be used by
nervous people unless they wish to
gain at least ten pounds of flesh.
Itev. K. II. Smith.
The body of Itpv. G. K. B. Smith, of
Kord, Dlnwlddio County, who died in
the home of his cousin, Julian H. ljuyn?\
Klmwood and Walton Avenues. Gintcr
Park, early yesterday morning after
an attack of heart trouble which lasted
less than twenty-four hours, will ho
| taken to his home at Cumberland
Courthouse for burial Friday. Ar
rangements for the funeral are being)
made tin-re.
Mr. Smith was at one time pastor of'
Kpworth and Kairmount Methodist i
Churches, lie was born in Cumberland'
In 1S71 and secured his education In I
Bandolph-Mncon and Richmond Col-'
[ leges. Besides his widow, who was
I Miss Kva Sanderson, ho is survived by
five children?William M , l'rancls, Kd- i
ward. Brandon and Virginia Smith, i
Two brothers, Judge William M. Smith
and Dr. J. W. Smith, of Cumberland,
also survlvo him.
Mr. Kay nc, his cousin, in whose house I
he filed, said yesterday that Mr. Smith
had come to his home Tuesday after
noon. . He was taken III shortly after
I ward, and his condition grew worse
| steadily, until he died yesterday morn
ing about 7 o'clock. Acute heart
trouble was given as the cause of death.
Funeral of Colonel llnrgTryn.
The fun?rai of Coillnson Pierrepont
Krlwards Burgw.vn, one of Virginia's
most noted engineers, who died at
the home of his nephew, l>r. Harry
B. Baker, 1 Kast Grace Streef, on Mon
day night, will b?; held this afternoon
at 3 o'clock from St. Paul's Episcopal
Church. Hev. W. Russell Bowie, I). I).,
tho rector, will conduct the services.
Interment will be in Hollywood Ceme
The pallbearers, will be:
Active?Kangbourne M. Williams,
George Gibson, !?', W. Scarborough, B.
B. Klorance, .1. Hampden Chamber
layne, B W. Brockenbroujfh, 11. H. Noel
and \\\ T. Oxenham.
Honorary?General Charles .1. Ander
i son, Charles K. Boiling, Colonel Jo
I.aiic Stern. George M. Wilson, Dr. J.
i B. Gilderslceve. K. ,\. Haughman, A. W.
I I'atterson, Charles Seidell and S. H.
I Vonge.
Colonel Burgw.vn was a member of
! the American Society of Kngineers and
j of the Bifhmond Society of Kngineers.
lfe had much to do with the planning
of Richmond improvements, and showed
always the deepest interest in the city's
Drive Out Impurities and
Make the Skin Smooth
and Clear.
i rolsons In the blood, ro undermine the !
i health as to leavo tlie system In a low
Rtate of resistance. Rut use S. S. S. for
a brief time and you flare up the vital
spark of blood vigor. It sweeps Its way ]
all through the body, dlstodces rheumatism,
?relieves ratarrhal congestion. clears the
throat and bronchial tubes, dries up all I
skin eruptions, enables the kidneys, liver,
bladder and lunps to work promptly and
effectively In carrying Impurities out of the
circulation. S. S. S. Is tbe best known j
medicine for the blood and has the cotifl- j
: deuce of a host of people. They know
\ It Is harmless to the stomach and exper- !
lencc has shown that it accomplishes all !
j that was ever expected of mercury, Iodide I
of potash, arsenic and other destructive j
Get a bottle of P. R. R. today at any i
1 druggist. Read the important folder wrap- i
' ped around the bottle. it tells of the |
; work being done by a famous medical de- |
partment, with aids and helps that have
proven of wonderful value to those suf- '
ferlng with blood diseases. For a special
book on the subject written by an expert, ?
address The Swift Specific Co., 57 Swift j
Rldg., Atlanta, Ga. For nearly half r ;
century 8. S. S. has been the safeguard !
of a myriad of people who are living ex- |
emples of what wonders can be accomplished
'by thla famous blood purlflnr. Get a. bottle
| today but refuse all substitutes.
Pure and Wholesome
juafiiniiBimiMm ?mumiiii.B i ?
- Montague Mfg. Co.
Offlco, Yards and Factory:
Broad Street and Flelt Una.
The Best Light is Acetylene Gas
Cheaper and better than coal gas or electricity. A
great convenience in country and suburban homes, also
for cooking. We also sell and install small isolated Elec
tric Lighting Plants, Water Systems and Refrigerating
Machines for household or business use.
Seventh and Main Streets, ... Richmond, Va.
tho same family sis the celebrated Bap- r
tif*t preacher. Rev. Marvin Wharton. j
Surviving are four children, Mrs. Wll- J
son and Miss Salllo Colvtn, both of
Washington, I). C\; Pr. J. A. Colvln, of
Charlottesville, and C?. It. Colvln, who
liven at tJ:o old homestead.
Mr*. Kllen C. G?*.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
24.?Mrs. Kllen C. (Jee. formerly of this
city, died at her homo In Washington, I
axed elnhty-four years. She was a na- j
tivo of Spotsylvania County anil resld- |
ed In this city for a number of years.
Some years ago Bhe went to Washing- j
ton with her faintly and hnd resldorl !
there ever since. She Ib survived by j
two children, Mrs. Gertlo Anderson and j
Joseph D. Gee. She also leaves a num- :
ber of relatives In Spotsylvania County
and several In this city.
Minn Irene Arnold.
fSpecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
BRISTOL, VA.. February 24.?Mlqs
Irene Arnold, seventeen yearn old, !
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arnold,
of Bristol, riled to-day, following an
operation for appendicitis.
William Poole.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
24.?William Poole, a well-known citi
zen of Spotsylvania County, died yester
day at his homo of heart failure, aged
sixty-live years. He was a Confederato
veteran and Is survived by his widow, I
three daughters nnd one brother, one
half brother and a number of half
Norman P. Ilrnnnh.
rSpeclal to The Times-Dispatch ] j
PETERSBURG. VA., February 24.?
N'orman I*. Branch. sircI slxty-elnht j
years, a Confederato veteran and re
spected citizen, died on Sunday night j
of heart trouble at the home of his !
son. William Branch, near DeWItt, In j
'Hnwtddlc County. lie Is survived by I
four sons and two daughters.
Mrs. Annn K. Ilnrnen.
(Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
PETERSBURG, VA.. February 24.?
Mrs. Anna E. Barnes died on Saturday
night at the home of her son, U R.
Barnes, at Amelia Courthouse. She was
in her eightieth year, and Is survived
by three sons, K. R. and W. W. Barnes, i
of Amelia, and It. Irvln Barnes, of j
Urbanna, Va
Mm. Jnarph Miller.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] j
CUL.PEPER, VA.. February 24.?The
funeral of Mrs. Joseph Miller, who died
at her home near Haywood In Madison
County, after an Illness of several
weeks, was held on Sunday at tho Hay
wood Baptist Church, of which she had
been for many years a member, tho
service helnc conducted by Itfv. Mr.
Curter, the pastor. Interment wan In
the cemetery at M.idlKun <*r>urt.hou?;e.
Surviving Mrs. Milter are h<*r husband
and four sons, Dr. Jud Miller, of N'or.
folk; Bernett Miller, of Culpeper; Hunt,
er Miller, of Bedford City, an<l Wharton
Miller, of Haywood.
Dnvld ilntllmore.
'Special to T'r.<? Times-Dispatch 1
CREWK, VA.. Fel>niar> J4.~ David
Baltimore, .iced seventy-eight. a Crti
federato veteran, died at his home hein
last nlyrht. He moved hcr?> from I'eterw
burir when the Norfolk and Western
machine shops were built and had b<-?n
In their employ ns machinist until hi*
health failed him. lie leaves oti<?
daughter. Mrs. Isaac II<>rrlr\K. with
whom he made his home. The Inter
ment will bo in the Crewe Cemetery.
Jnmes \\ tlllnmn.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch 1
l/SXCHBURd, VA, February 24
Jame? Williams, who was about sc< -
enty-fivo years old, and for many years
was postmaster at Amherst Court
house. died last night at his home near
Sweetbrlar. Death was due to In
flrmaties of old age. Surviving hhn are
his wife and peveral children, ainonr
whom are Crawley Williams, of this
The New Baby
is World's Wonder
EH'ary tiny Infant makes life's per
spective .wider and brighter. And what
ever there Is to en
hance Its arrival and
to case and comfort
the expectant mother
ehould be given at
tention. Among the
real helpful things
Is an external ab
dominal application
known as "Mothers
Friend." It Is so
well thought of by
women that most drug atores through
out the United States carry "Mother's
Friend" an one of their staple and reli
able remedies. It Is applied to the
abdominal muscles to relieve the strain
on ligaments and tendons.
In a little book are described mora
fully the many reasons why "Mother's
Friend" has been a friend Indeed to
women for more than two generations.
This book was prepared not only to aid
the Inexperienced but to enable so many
women to have at hand the timely hints,
euggestlons and helps In concise and
neatly printed form for ready reference.
It should be In all homes. "Mother's
Friend" may be had of almost any drug
gist but If you fall to find It write us di
rect and also write for book to Bradlleld
Regulator Co,, 303 Lamax Bldg? Atlanta,
A Word
for the Men Folks
Kind Sir, I take it that you love your wife.
Also, that you like the biscuit she bakes. And
yet I know that it is possible to make better
biscuit ? better tasting, more digestible and
additionally nourishing ? simply by following
my recipe which I'll send Free upon request.
Pure Phosphate
Baking Powder
Princine is the baking powder of sure results.
It never fails to raise the dough into lighter,
airier, more tempting baked things than you
ever ate before. It is the
phosphate baking powder that
restores to the flour the
strength - giving element the .
milling process takes out.
Thus Princine-raised biscuit,
and all other kinds of baking,
possess added nutri
tive value.
Princine comes in ?n im
proved air-tight cup that per
fectly preserves the contents.
Half pound, 1 Ac ; one pound,
30c. Valuable United. Profit
Sharing Coupons in every tin.
Look for the Princine
Shelf at Your Grocer's
The Southern Manufacturing Co
RiokBenJ, Va.
Another Solid Car
Load of Goods
Unloaded Yesterday
24743 lbs.
About a carload in to-day by open freight.
New selections?new finishes. Remember, we get
the first cuttings. We keep up with the procession.
Will you take'the new things now or wait until New
England and the West have installed them.

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