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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1904
?G?G BRAVZtr OF THE BEAVE. ?TaBy Bina can k. ? ?? i>> rwHBIBBJI w ? ???? Ihe ?\. ? y ^ . Th. ? BCafer? BlSI leads through pleas lands; ?axy ? an Isaeil at troub.?? wh?'n each ? Por coaasa tu :a> see Btnaswi?s in 1 is hands: .'?'!>' man ens s??ifT at i-are When aroi i!.i him al! is fair, "er* .-n th? work il ? .? ?? tains wins the usnlreoftbos< ito \??. Any man ?a? ?? ? |j ?av.? l toper? IkSI : I,. ?.. v. VI ?? the misti. - .f lia lai? y K'adty i ??? AS bim sil ti?i ,.??. ? iln\ mm can b?? ? !.. ?. arlen ' h? Blair? Of ti?? trumpf ..:. ; ih?? il aen of mai ? s thii?. <>.n> man can ha \> '??? !?? ? ???: \ lo!.it?? When he a?es Us colors cnirtod up the Uli; Any man can .i-:i?: I h?? 11 rciis?; And, h urlali in??., ntnrcl ?. o -;. Xh?llath ? thousand ,?? ?.,..?. ,.i>.^>-:.< i.? upon the wa> lie ko?s; Any n:in can rush at ? a.I When- ? he furrow ???<? He ?is ar? r?"d iTV'hili bis ?...;,lain ? a us linn I ? ?.?.., iti to strike do?m his countrj '? foes, They are few who have the brav.ry to Haunt Tk? splendid flati of lop? in Trouble'8 face. *?5Vho can atJU press on wt ???? l'ai in??, s-tim and ??aun:. , Stalks Siti them siilie:,!;, from pince to , place; T: ?\\ sr? few who have the I.??art To ? ?oui Bsjsons y lepar? From tL?? ?vor? wa;. s wherein other men ,, ha\c toilQWoi and h;n. ,.d; The] are I'.'W who,:..?? : o burst Cnetoni*? bonds anil!,.? il?? ?iist. Who as al?t?neera m? ?rilllag to push boldly ? out ?lend. ?S. K. Kii>?_i. Ui ?.'hi cas o Becord-H?aisl? r? Kitty Enters By SARA LINDSAY COLEMAN vole? (Coivrlirht, 1??H, l?y i .atly Story I??ib. Co.) BY WARD looked doem at th?? oven telegram in 1 is li;md. The girls ice singing Kitty's llttl?! song ?Irift ed into ?ne leofa'i itlllmiaa Tin girl had but recently moved Into the house next door, s.?.? anag often, bttl to? night it was that ?????. ??> ... .?. inrgoi ten long of Kl Hey wird atlr lar it. restleaal** If th? ?? ?????;?.., 1 I I r I? bed him earlier he aoinii noi ire ha and thi ?song f< r.e?i B m him. Now, under its 1??????????. hi' ' OUI o\ seas and indi ta bj Wo derfnl ti old Mnssii Ptr m%* r than n?wly isolrid philosophie? >>'. Ufi tini ? ?< i'u!" ?>?<? ]<?\ . I . ad .!<?< 'ing throtmli th? hi ?.??. ? frou-frou ihnl distinct.) he ?noki femininity, nnd Heywird looked lip t? 11 ???,! and gowned in charming si Ire healtatl ?; ?? his doorsti ? , Hi atnn I r b?wllderlni*ly. it ?.as no v\ ? ? ii on > pent GUV\ ? 111? ? CU \ i:mi \? A 1 l'i Ul. rRAVF.l.lN-U A* tight h y the power of a sonf at ? bj an nnknoerj girl it was tha glowing, laughing, sumptuous Kitty In?!?-? If. I!i? liackman was so uncertain," ?id, with ? soft, hreethleaa ente! i:i her rotea th?! bl remembered. "He . d thai h| was- ? roiig after bl got rue here, and ho ?ranted to take me to another Mr. Hey ward's. Did my wire surprise yon? When I found there ?was a delay here I couldn't resist the impulse to run Op and dine with Nell and you. It simply overpowered me. I didn't, weigh things. I tried to tell myself that I didn't Know the ad?ir?ss, whether yon lived here atlll, whether you siili Heed, in rae:. Thu I could do nothing with myself. Why ?rere you ft.irlng at my message? Couldn't the ?^rairnet of memory finii me? Were you ?hying, 'Han? it all. who was Kitty M inson, anyway?' " Hey ward Bung hack his head and laughed. "W. ? ,r f..,ge?." lie Hid, "Not a mar. of that big army of the rejected. You have witch ways of re? turning to m That?" with a jesture towards the open window, through which the girl's ?olee ?till singing the old, familiar "Tordi ?ame, "is one of them." Kitiy dimpled distractedly. Time in its long ninnili?-? off of three years had aoeeeoded In doing what Heysrsrd had persuhded hi bnl b? had done it had forgottei Kitty Ma?ano. "When the your??? iprfrtf* oomes?**lhi lam.rhed. "th ?-.- \\ ! flflda i ? " That child , couldn't b? ?. ? an .?!??-1 oui of tier mei . an?? I go over there ?and t?. >i Brea burn down to bellere me. !T*aere's nothing one can do for them. They've got h*J learn by living." "Ixird. ; es." said H?yward. without a true of bb'ernes'? in hfs voi???* hit's the on'y nrhool Young things ?ill <on<??ntrate on a supreme passion. They d?>n't know the solid comfort in a s.hmie of life that la all things to all men aepcirlil >? to all women." H\.ej)t one. Nell doesn't come int?> that m hem??, of course." "Xell ?" in?jtiir:ngly. "Naturally I apok? of Nell Criffls Heywar?!,-' with an icy little tinkle In ber voi???. Hey ward laughed good-naturedly. "Hut why? I never philosophized for ber benefit. I always thought her a doll with a sawdust beert -begging your pardon." 'My pardon?" Kitty stared at him in amazed imlignation. For the first time her glance went down the room that showed no trace of a woman's presence. "Where ?I she?" she asked. "Who? Oh. .Mrs. Hey ward. At one of her eternal card parties, probably." Kitty's eyes had sobered. ? ? a they xu.pt the long, dusty, tobacco scented room that showed DO woman's touch anywhere. And it had come to this! She thought of the foolish little quar? rel ? hat had separated her [roa Hey? ward. lv?nienibered the wild way the lower? on ihe wail had dance?! ?rheo she rrend, over and over, that her old friend. Nell C.rifiis. wa.s going to marry Lesrts Hey ward?the man to whom sin had been engaged not six months be? fore. ? She had believed things would come right betwein them down to the very day the flowers swayed on the wall, and. believing, had ?lreanie.1. as women will while time lasts. Because of the little dreams aweetnesa she had put an ocean between herself and Heyward and hept i?" there. "Haven't kept up with Mrs. Hey war?i?" Heysmrd'a ?talee ama cheer? ful. It nemed to sway to her as from | a distamo. "She chases the butterfly. Did it ever occur to you. Kitty, that hymnal beatitudes are not always what they're crncked up to be?" Kitty got to her feet She was very indignant. and very disappointed. Not BO much with Hey ward as with her? self. For three years, although at times sh<? ?rented <o shriek out at her bondage, ihe had wandered, trying to forget an Idol, clay to his chin. She held out her hand in farewell, and the light went out of Ileyward's face. Women do not love perfect men. He was still an Idol. Clay, probably, but lonely, to all appi aran. < s ?h-serted. and -sh<? and Quirreled eith him foolishly. "I thought you were happy." she said, as she dropped back into her .hair. "I wa..:?d you to be." The pStthoi in h.r voi. e reached him. He went to h? r uncertainly. "Child." he said, "those big fires you spoke of burn down to COld looking 11101 that have Use embira under them. Child!" But iha shrank from him. He went blCM to his chair and sat down, bailing hack Bl though tired Wlnn Mrs Hey ward came in ariti I sii!??n awtan of s1 ins ? few momenti later she didn't notice Kitty's dejection or that Hey ward was just about as chi'orlui as a fUI?Tnl director-- she was BOt an observing woman. She fell on Kitty affectionately. I've been to thi train," she said. "I've sear?-he?; ?lie .-.nets, and stopped at the hot??Is. If I had not met an <?!?! hack man 1 1 now ?G?? is burdened with a conscience ? would n??t have found you. Why didn't you bring her to in?? Mr. Heywnrd? Lewis," to a man's ligure that loomed in the doorway, "you had better BIS, and meet Kilty be? t?r?? ' ? \ : to the air. She ran IWU] Jull ' lore our wedding. Mr. I leyward. An ! ;!,? ' ? M n pr .about over Mien? ever Bin?**??. What ?nade y ?? Btoy RO long? Didn't you get very lonely, Kitty?" "l thought thought " Kitty's voice sank ind How they all And th? ?'? i.l'v '?.lstD m that she fall? ? hat long cone ?lay whea the Rowers reell rill if her. That d.-i? her Lewli Heyward arm en gnged or arnan't ah? couldn't tell with sylng so. "i thought,1*' si,,, ?tsmmsred ignln, and Boni a frighten? d appi al nt Hey ward. \ auddei Ughi shone Ii oa hla dense soul. H<- pel d <?n her should, r, lightly. "I'll jus' have to ir.ai ? n cl id breaat "r It, " h?? anld, re sasuringly. "She mm? In her?? and found me rending a teleatrnm from some fello?*! that meant to ?line with me to-ninht, Mrs. H?j*erird. Bhi (bought it w as h< G ni? BSasy '?' ? ihat Ih? wa- in your house She's a great one to jump it conclusion* I should have told her at once, of course " "I s?><\" said Mrs. Heyward. She sent her mind beca nimbly, and smiled broadly. "1 s????!" "You don't!" said Kitty, thnlliiigly conscious of th? presents Of thoea fin? gers on her shoulder?pleading, tight? ening fingers?"yon don't?" Suddenly she Innghed a low, sweet, hobbling laugh of content that Heyward ????hoed with ?leeper notes. "But, Nell, we." lingering on the pronoun for a breath? less moment, "do!" Elderberry and Green Apple Preserve. While a little too early to make elder? berry and green grape pres*?r\ es, it is well to have it in mind against the time of ripening. SLew green fox or wild grapes slowly, until skin and seeds sep? arate from the pulp. Press through a coarse hair sieve and measure the pulp. To each pint of the grapes add three pints of elderberries, and to each pint of the whole, a pint of sugar. Simmer together until thickened ahd then put into glass ? jars.?Washington Star. Out at First. "Sir," began the timid youth, as he entered the ofhee, "I am in search?er ? that is. I came to seek your daugh? ter's hand?" "Well, it isn't around here." inter? rupted the stern parent. "She's prob ably using it as a piano thumper about this time of day."?Chicago Daily News. The Limit. ThoiiKl. ?tie Buu?nuw tool ? legion, if yoa poi it to ;? ?ote, The worsi in ?very re-srlnn Is the i.r.e ?The T0*M? tie boat. ?N, Y Morid. _ WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO OUR JOB DEPARTMENT It is thoroughly equipped to do all kiuds of printing ou short notice. We make a specialty of Society printing and work for Insurance Com? panies, such as Financial Cards, Policies, both straight life and benevolent, Physi? cian's Certificates, Sick Cards, Application blanks, Agents Report Sheets, Rate Cards, etc. We print Wedding Invita? tions, and High Class Sta? tionery for Balls, Parties, Pic? nics and all entertainments of a social nature. We print Church Envel opes, Note and Letter Paper? Bill-heads, Monthly State? ments, Business Cards, Fi? nancial and Order Books, Circulars, Check-books, Pam? phlets. EXCURSION WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS We print Handbills, Quarter-Sheets, Half and Whole Sheet posters, Tags, Tickets, Placards, Society Cards, Min? utes, Visiting Cards, Mourning Stationery. OUR AIM is to please our patrons and to give them the best service at the lowest prices, consistent with satisfactory work._ We furnish "cuts" when desired aud we will arrange to complete special work in our line. When iu need of any worlc in our line, call and see us aud estimates will be furnished. WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SAMPLES ? AVHICH WE WILL SHOW ANY ONE DESIRING TO SEE THEM. ?ut Stock IRoom Bmbtaces a jfull %inc OF THE LATEST STYLE BOND, FINE WRITING?FLAT AND LINEN PAPER, ENVELOPES, ETC. WE CAN PRINT A BILL AS SMALL AS A DODGER. A Three-Sheet Poster AS LARGE AS A FRONT DOOR. ft i WE HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS OF WOOD-TYPE Of Any Job Printiug Establishment iu the city. Our Present Corp ok Employees are Competent and Quick-working. Our Offici: is within Easy Reach of the Public, Being within Fifty Yards of Broad St. Our street-en tronce is retired and has no objectionable features, the most fastidious lady bein ? able to enter without embarrassment or annoyance. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY TO ? Long Distance Telephone, 22?3. John Mitchell, Jr., 311 N. 4th St., Richmond, Va. MULCH FOR THE ORCHARD. Noted Horticulturist Discursos ? Sub? ject of Vital Interest to Every Grower of Fruit. At tin Midi:?-?.??.!) Hort iciilural so? ciety aaaatli W .?. Ore? a dit ih?? Bllbject, and bla aiivlci? was as fol? lows: "When tho onhar.! is youni: probably ??.t.? BBllirlll ?an be "Town ot> thr Battra irai than will !><' md p(1. hin aa 'lio or? hard BjroWB Hi.? ?pian tity needed will he Increased. Finali> little ell bl -'.t'.'Wii hocau?-?. o| t',, -?hade, in other words. Marcitili nu te-rial BUI* ba Brought from mm. other Bild, Th? on-hard may perhap be Bald? pr.?bable cnoiiuh to pay for tho asa ?-' bUsCT .?round, but su. h a .(?n'firy tO tin? best prin.-i ? mod? iti hush????.!?'??. ?.?.?? i,?1 de niand (ha. <\uh BsJd bl nearly or quite self-support in?:. In ?row orrhard by thi usual method of culti \atlon with catch crops, thi tir-t out lay. ami all r??st at pro.lu.in??; th?? erop. and at tb?? sanio time < ?ill ivat im. the orohard for t< ? years, can. under I'avor.ible condii bus of ridi, flirt] level ground, bl rot out nf the sale of rops produce!; hut if much ? xtra frr llllslni la ?lour the crops will have to ho such as brin.?-?; th? his/besf price with Nasi dntln OB the poil. Of two or ?hards. on? cb : vi'.d and the other mulched, the former arili bo apt t?> show (h? bsal ?growth at thi and of the first !???> years. .Af:<r the firs' tin j ? - ' u?? Bfoald bo? ? I - bo who?l* "ivri; up to the needs of the on-hard, ?.tow in?? ? ? ? .pops al?n*? Cover crops act M mulch half ihe year and wh'Mi plowed under become plan' food very soon. If left on the sur? face they in time become plant food also. Doubtless a heavily BBUlched trcbani sufT??rs less from changes r temperature and variation ?if rninfal! than one unmatched. In orchard planted on very stony or mountalnou? ?round and steep hillsides it is of great value to know that tho trees can be brouirht to full bea ri n?: aj?e with<iu: plowing. Whatever course seems bosi in any case one fact shouid he kept steadily in mind?that sufficient plant food should he fornllbsd and the or? chard never allowed to suffer for wa. * of moisture. An orchard with a store Of plant food constantly lnrreasinK in tho soil is like a man with a life in? surance In a solvent company." She Had Never Caught Any. "Why' is it.'" she SSfc ..?. "that so many of thr men ha\e Bhsved off their mus? taches?" "I think," he answered, "it must be be? muse the doctors claim mustaches are likely to have n.i. rabea in tinn?." "Oh." ah? ?XClaiased, "I never caught my?that is?dear ine?I did?*.**? mean?" But he assuii.i Lei Inai she needn't miiul.as ha ama engaged to another girl, anyway.?Chicago Kccoid-llerald. sfntrlnxozusJ Joys. Wife-1 met Mr. Mi ski r thia morning Von remember b< ?raa your rival for my land. Husband?Yes; l hit?that man. Wife Bot yon ahouldn'l hate him .just because h? u? I O ad .??ire me. Hiisbaiut Oh, t tiaf isn't the reason. I bate him ?.??.?.??? he ?iuu'l marry juu.? Cincinnati Enquirer. Just Out! ? If you have r.wt the Pilgrims Prog? ress bv .b.liii Banyan, you ought to In? sure and read the -SEVEN SEALS by Airs. Lucinda Young. This Book sells for #1.00 and is nieetii'g with great success all over the country. Truly a great liook. Address all com manica tione to ?tB&L?OIKDA YOUNG. L uubertville, N. J., aGKNTS WANTKI): apio Oui M. LAWSON ??: CO., M \t.Fits ? 5>* FISH, OYSTERS ANI) O AME, PRRSH G1???5 ?Sc (IROCHRinS #?*4?,"?? orders receive prompt atten? ti, ?. Ol?) Brook Ave. 'Phone 15S0. . ?? 0. EAsL?i 6*5 ?. Second St. ICE FKKA*I, rO.NFKtTIUNAKIKh -' OAK Km, ?? t. I - Lnvu and Picnic Partiee, Fea*? vale, Weddings etc., furnished aria. tht> best high-grade loe Cream o the Shortest Notice. Satistcat?on Guaranteed. ? 7-8mos. '?F"?'"?* ?T^l^??^??,^^^^^-*?^*ft-i.A BEFORE MAKING "> 0 R G E_ ?a best tor the price aad the pria? li N v?#y low. c G. G. Jnrgea's Son ?^J * "' t?l EJi8T BROAD ?ST., ? ?Your purchase yoa woald do ?rtsl to call at the moat reliable f urnltor? house in the eity ana eee the line line of Refrigerators, batting?, Oil-Cloth?, And in fact everything that ia need? ed in house fur ? i ? hinge. RUQS AUD CARPBTg. Of every deseription ; aleo the lit? eat designe In ROCKERS and ape?? is! OH AIRS. Our good a are thi h and 5th Strut W>ailMIM?HHIMM?li S T?tsata??s*W; to ???? Planet. ?a*? 5? P?r vear. MHS. MAKTH. thr world rrtiowiml ami highly eel.brnt?il Kusiin-ss im.l T.-st M.ilium, rev?>nls ??M jibias?. No imposition. Can b? consult???! ???.?? hII affa rs of life, tmattna?. love ?al?aarriasssapaolalty. Kv.i-v myutmrj re ^real.il. also of absei? t, .!???(??????1 nini living finn.Is. Benso???? mi trisaba? ami ?-sti-ange lient... clini lei??,-.??. any M.ili unis ?? 11?, ?un ??? (???.il lier in startling revelations of thi? past, Diesi-nt. futuri? fvi'iit- of one's hfi?. Kemenil*?r -tu? w ill not for ?ny prie, latta r you ; von may rest iis-m-i-il you will ?sin fact? without Bon? dens??: Sh?? can Im-c?>nsult?il upon all affai ?? of l.ifi?, bovi?, (.Ourtship. Mani?ai' fins da. Kto., with full description <<f your fut?an ? on,pan Ion. Shi? is very accurate in itoeonnng miss tng friend-, ??ii.iiin-s etc., hlTll???. law suiti? ?..urn.-ys, c-ont.-st.il wills. divorce nml specula? tion is valuable and reliable, she r.-aU:- your .lc-titiv k.kmI or Imi.1 ; she w it holds not In nit?. MHS. MAKTH tells your entire life p.-i.t and ju-esent ami future la a DKA1) ?????'?. ha? the |hi\\ ? r of nnv t v?<) Mediums you .ver met. In tests she tells ? our mother's" full name l>e fore marnai;??, the names of all y-mr family, tin ir age-? and ?lesenotion, the name nnd busi ni-s?. of your present liu.sl.aiul, the name .,f v, ,.r next If you ar? to have one. the name off tht? young man ? ho now .-alls on y..u, th?? name of your futr.r.? husband, and the'di.y. month ai-.d y?-ar of your marriage, hew many children yon In?.?.? ??. will hav??; whetlu-r >?,ur present aw?-?'tin-art will 1m? true ??;? oil am' f he wil marrs you : If J <m hav?? IM >w ?it heart she will telinoti v, h? n ?MM v. ili have on?? an.l his name, hii-m?M ami date of aTt|i?al?aaStra All your fSfaat? ?rill Da .??Idin an honest, cl.-ar ?nd plain i..niim-?- and in a ?lead tram-e. Mothera should know th? success of their hushantls and children : young ladins should know everything about th.ir -w?-cth? aits or iiit.ml.il husband. Do not kn-(i company, ma-ry or g?> into bun lness until you know-all, do not let silly relig lf**Ba seru'ilcx prevent your consulting. Madame is the only on?? in the world who can tell you the full name ?if your future husband with ??}? and ilate of marni?, ?fe. ami tells wheth er th?? ?>ne you love is true ? r false. There are s?>him persons who believe that there is no truth to 1m? gain? i from consulting a Medium, but su?-h iM-ln-fs re contrary to the truth. It in only from the *<-k of discrimina? tion that such a conclusion ambe reached. It i? not every one who placards himself or baa*? self as a medium that can stand the test of what he or sho claims. And a person of an inquiring mind may ask the reason why. It is simply that these adver? tisers do not take the trouble to st inly human nature. Th??v do not spend th?-ir thoughts for a moment with acxiuiring the art of phraseology and kindred branches that will have a tendency to make the pathway to the road of the busi? ness clear and devoid of all obstacles. It is aiul undeniable fact that persons will come for ad vi???? in full knowledge of what they want to know, and yet as soon as they confront a medium they try their utmost endeavor to dispel from their minds what they know 1*0 as to hear if it will be rehearsed by the Medium. To get the s?-cret out of a person by unfair and dishonest means if? the art uaed by many unprincipled Mediums, bat to take hold of the hand ami gain control of the mind thereby ia a matter of impossibility to most of them. And vet this can be done and by consulting Mrs. iifarth the s?s?emingly mystery becomes a realization. Thi? subject has received no little attention by eminent men and even colleta? nrofeMsore. So it prove? concluiflvely that, althouVh there are infringers in our midst with oily ton-true?, perhaps trie gate? of wisdom have on?, been ?lot-ed to the entire profesnion It t*k?? a greet deal of studv to become an accem'.nstn-d medinm and bv a con*??non? and untiring ?affort. the key to the wet?Tot apparent lv unfathomable mysterie? ha? ?en secured by MHS. MARTH for ihe benefit ?.tHumanity. -AD VICE B? LETTER, $1.00. Houbs Fbx>m 10 ?. ?. t? 9 P. M MRS. M. B, MARTH, CHICHASHA, INDIAN TERRITORY. (110X. No. iKiS.) Enc:li*e'Stauip for reply. ?*ajf***?Please mention tt a Plasbt. W. S. SELBEN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Warerooms: J508E. Broad Street, OLD 'PHONE, 1484 RESIDENCE, 130$ E. Leigh St. Richmond, Virginia. S, J. CILPIN. 306 E. BROAD STREET, ?U Richmond, Va. DEALER ?? asti ^'ine Boots, Shoes, and Ladies Gaiters, VI? Kinds of Fine Footwear. H.F.JONATHAN Fish Oysters & Prodoce 120?. 17th St.,RICMnOND, VA. ALL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Long Distance Phone, 752. New Phone, 473. ROBT* S. FORRESTER -TEFLORIST^ 2*5 E.Leigh Street, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA Plant Deooratlona, Oholce Rosebuds. Out Flo-were, Panerai Designe, ??a?? Decorations for Wedding, Parties, &o. a specialty. Gire me a call. 2 inch. 8m. When Tos Are Sid ?fur? aid Freeh MadiemeB only w?' ?ore you then ? arenas? yos? Drugaaand Mediaiae from; Leonard*? Reliable Prescript??.?. Drtif Btor 724, North Second Street. r 'Phone, 1589 Re?-i"?*>nce No 011 .tad ROBT. C?lLLlAtoo, FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EMBALMER. NO. 3019 P. STREET, BETWEEN 30TH AND 31 ST STREETS. RICHMOND, - - - VA. Special attention piveu to all husmeas on frustre', to as?, Carriap's for funer ? als, receptions and marri-ipcs at all f hours. Satisfaction fjllisntlljl to all. til*".-:.'<..-'04 A. Hayes OI-TICK ANI? \VARi;-kOOMS, 727 North ?Second Street * Ki:.sini:NTi?. 7:5 X. 2nd St. First-class Hacks aadCaaketa of all de~ scriptions. 1 have a spar?.? BOOCQ for boci las ?rhen tlie family have nut ?? aoitabls place. All country ut deis ????*? ?ri*?*-1??*? sjxci.tl attctitiou. Your special attent j;; s called to the now style Oak Cask? >c Call and s?*? me and you shall lie s>alt*?? on kindiy. - * "" ' 'Phone, 2778. fbe Castalo Hon?5 >?? E. BROAD ST. . tie? ??? remodeled my Dar. and Lie ? \g aa up-to-date place, l am prepa ? iOaerve my mende and the pua,??? | -le lame old stand. *? v^aiolce Wines, Liquori* it\? Ciaars. Fissai CLASS RESTAURA:? Meals At All Hours. ?.*n \?*hone. 1281 Wm, Guatalo. ?-ker* S. W. ROBINSON, ' NO. 23 NORTH 18TH ST. BRAI.KR IK FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. IsBr AM Stock Soldas (iuaran teed. "**?*?? ?PROMPT ATTENTION. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. JOHN M, HIGGINS, D?AI.KR IN CHOICE GROCERIES, WINES LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. PTJRE GOODS, FULL^?lieT? WM. ?6?0 East Rrant?^Street, ? rNc^o^?4a?i#!i ? -, RlCHafOirD, ? ? ? ?????????