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ELEVEN ADRIFT 48 HOURS IN YACHT PARTY OF > UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE ON LONG ISLAND SOL^ SUFFER FOR FOOD AND DRINK Women ': strips to - Sen ? ? : * ? - I ? stanai and and? ? was 8euail After Squall Struck the Yacht. : X arsi the en Ion ? r water. In ? ? hail? .? Sh<>: ' afternoon ? a antonlshed t peno? I aboard 11 the entlr? tion and > flosr WJftlT t-.r ? ? port 1.. Ambu and thsoe home * - city and a: Ion. 1 the for. <>f the 1 usi ve With Hi? Uncle. Mr. Ma ? suppose In ynavp ggW e are a num ber of his? ?Is? Hie Grace?Yes. lnd?^ed. I moat me day and show t Mr? -Ah, then yof ? tat GIRLS ENGAGE IN RING BOUT OVER Y0UN6 MAN IOWA GIRLS JAB AND UPPERCUT UNTIL FRIENDS STOP CONTEST. DavenporL la.?Miss Lulu Craw? ford, a well iV or of this city, and ? ruorn ing In th? ber of : ag women had a long lime, ani*. li are of a* licei cu e ring * fa but L ? CAR. Pajamas, Pursues ? I this :il tho : >? at by ?f tho | At M to the rning ? h his t ? was I Well Posted. 'I loa cu? Are bill ? Wal. 1 .1 tho ! in th? ? will find a hu: >w. If it ? nouMi ? do I Pnet ????????G? Oprriitliiii Snrrrtifol. rONN'B, I I dltiwll <-f I . a?S !.:.?.1 ll?...|l lorj BAGNALL PHILOSOPHY. A dyspeptic Is a man whose meals don't fit fc You m at the bar? gain cou ? ? man ? 1 and still be a close o! fully and prom It takes odds ause othe >u to turn islonally a small boy I so he won't have to be tra ? who has lota of r can afford to write poetry for a liv tn who is loo'? no at a padded __ ? being wise so many a ad ? To ? ? king is no credit; to j the pur? pose. ry man knows a lot of two same time, but not If boxes on the I f ME OLD SAWS. Cbn law. ks. \es are better than Rood ? no murk? ? . :lss the water till the ?v goes do to b< s if he .m. ABOUT PLANTS AND FLOWERS. Opium le obtained f: pop; I national flow root of the beautiful hyacinth is deadly poison. sugar maple is the national em la, an ut palms live to be six or seven boa Malay peninsula Is a w. ful blossom wit ;, stem or vine, '?s on ?:? . ood aa a oy trees do not grow in ' ?t are found acnttered through? out forests and hidden in dense under the. A certain South American orchid has a which it lets down into |] when it wants a drink. At other times It is kept curled A SPINSTER'S VIEWS. One thing always learned at col? lege la a restless sj soon tent. The happiness of the conceited per? son always offends tbe ones who be? hold it. The man who wears whiskers these days thinks he has some ulterior rea? son in his mind. ? a man is very happy it meana that he has been up to something he had not ought to. It dooa not follow that because ? :ioney ? it. At the Zoo. "Mamma," asked Tommy, peering through the iron fence that inclosed the animals, "which is the kangaroo and which Is the kangaroos!? Great Labor-Saving Invention. An engineer In Fast Java claims to have Invented an Implement with which two men can cut 19 tons of sugar cane a day. Ikmgbts of fl^tbtae, ?. A.f S. A t ?. ?., A. AND ?. This organization is one of the most powerful in the country and its progress has been phenoiHtnal. The Grand Lodge of Virginia has juris diction over all of the cities and counties in this state. Thirty malei ? are toqui red to organize a new lodge. The benefits paid constitute one of its strongest features, but the principles are greater than anything else. Fouuded on Friendship, based on Charity and established on Be? nevolence, the respectable, upright people of the state will find it an order .iv of tjieir heartiest support It pays an endowment aud burial benefit of of $200.00 for all ages. It pays $4.00 per week sick dues. The badge costing 75 cents each is the solutely necessary regalia. For information concerning the orgauzaition of lodges apply at the main office. The Courts of Calanthe Is the Fein - Department of the Order. It requires a membership of thirty pers >ns to organize a court. Its memoers are pledged to exhibit Fidelity,?: Harmony and prove Love one for the other. It pays an endo and burial benefit of $150.00. It pays ?>3 00 per week s dues. Th?. ? ? pen se for regalia is the cost of the badge, 50 cents and ; cents for fun- ms. THE BANDS OF CALANTHE or Children's Department also con? tes a f* ud per I do better than to enter the little ones into this ravstic circle. Th 1 the benefits all I lid be expected. It pays from |l 'ythian ?t C Baud in your neighbor!* >n?. or alii: ' e Children :ient add Taylor, W. AC, I2( W. Hill St., "Richmond. Va. For a' ding special raies or JOHN MITCHELL, JR., mbership in the ledges an ;n N'. ;th St., Richmond, Vt WITH - HE SAGES. io has learned to rule t rot loses us. - to bo as The be<?' ? ! has com 1 that be canne ? < is only . a will.?Rus kln. must nr take the faults of r old ta.? tho. I sees, which ,ed by.? If hoi yoni a suit but if cl your fa t will soon b? worn threa.l ::i Arnot. Depend lean rust to t : will ss consists in ? nee of v and anent Btni pa him, and ;he world es him -mi!? B? Who ?ways hearing and an Rworiiic i: I of Ufi ught ful, and br;. and self sacrificing?he alone can bear ti ry of life, tern] lm to be happy and en Joy.? Phllll: irooks. PERSONAL? Theodore R osevelt is not the first to give Oj ? - Bay presidential dis? tinction. Washington once spent tw?. .-re. J. Marsh.. Chatterson, a great grandson of Robert Burns, has re? cently lnK aa a judge of the police court u Louisville, Ky. W. J. Met the famous anthropol? ogist as : t of Washington, la one of t!. . men in the United States wl.< .?. e no "given" names. Miss R..bb. .ho recently died In Ed burgh at ?.? of 94. has been on the En . y pension roll since birth, as t! tho posthumous child of CapL Ri ... )f the royal navy. A mor.?;!: ?.? has been erected to Anne Holze] the Schlossgarden, at Mannheim, ? many. She was the wife of a ? ter who in 17S4 saved the poet : r from a debtor's prison. The du< f Aosta is passionate? ly fond of ridine loves dogs of all kinds, and is an expert skater. Her royal higl?.? speaks English with Just a touch ?; accent, which krlgbtena the charm of her con? versation. Mrs. Honrr ?-"-.-?lem?n, who occupies a little enf; at Cleeve, In the coun? ty of Boi is generally consider? ed the oldest % .man in England. She is 107 yea: f ;!ge. Her mother was lier grandmother died at 101 an lighter is 80. QUERULOUS QUICK-LUNCHER Eat in has'.? and repent in pepsin. Do not eat with your knife; it spills the beans. 150 PER MONTH SlIRt TO GOOD AOCNI S. *??* 1?1.?1? tjle on l real chance of a i J. F. CLARE , Ark. ?. - - five ? Hil It will of a If ? ? ? SAYS DROTHER DICKEY. Tribu it's a g< bjunp? triini:? 1er oue ? shes ? ? ? nin' - "Crocos.le Tears." il sorrow, ? ars," In allusion to i-roco dih's raons to tl ? "The Rich." It was o : the wist? ful p fulfil '?.ly. Why? "? ? h the bulbo? wom? an wiih ? ffiways wanta tu ? Just What He Was. "He uurer ?-* *-nt or treated anyone, but he bed a good time him? self." "Sort of happy mean, eh?"? Harvard Lampoon. Think Sunstroke Evil Genius. Snnatroke in K*ypt is an evil genius vrhtci according to the naUves, must be a|aseaged into the forehead and bitten out. Only Too Willing. Seedy Party (entering office)?Ex? cuse me, sir, but can you help rne out a little this morning? Mr. Busyman?Certainly. You may have your choice of being thrown out or klckod out?Chicago Daily News. Strained Relations, Edgar?Didn't the cook like un? Euphemia?Oh, yes?she said that she liked us all right, but that we hare to economize so that ehe couldn't respect ns.?Puck. Done by Roosevelt. Office Boy?There's a man down stairs wants to see Pablisher?Show him up Office Boy?He's already been; han ? untune realist?Chicago Journal feanaahnhnhSafl IHM. 'G????? 41 (??. JOHN FOXEL, Dealer lu General'Line of ! \?? AMI ??? IM. ? C.U? \< u mi:\i\ ?i (MILS, lOaanhOOQ, I W<M)I>, <X)\L. Ac, 11 S. 4TH ST., RICHMOND, VA. BOARDING ?e LODGING Kates Reasonable. All the Comfort! - ?I a? ?a or Home ?% ? ?).-.i? r* received by letter or telegraph ? Rs BOOUI l.KKTrYICH. pnorainTanao. Kiel-wund. Va ? ? Jonathan Pija, o/sr?:*> ; AND PRODUCE. IM ?. 17?? St.. RICHMOND, VA ALL ORDERS WILL ??????? PROMPT ATTMNTION. Long Distance Phone. 75?. A IWPROW ESCAPE. _____ | and will - ? upon I ? Tl. ? e looka of "\\ ": ??\?, .ohrane'a, for in ?aid, : : \Ve are not :. ? head for the and think? ing quiek; .uldn't be Im p.'t be ? t of work . 10 drew I :th. How He Did It. ? ' How did "Well, I was wading out wli? was beglning ??? ng to ? H. hn] Ingo ?eme i? ?is voi ? ani I I ..?. hot 1 h ? : I His Chief Reliance. ? ? r ( to ?? : colley ino* men, 1 ko ht ask. and that is. what books ho in your stltMtflOl hw an eduea tion? Yon ikhtf I up f?. uk has h. lr**d me about as b as ar.y - ? far.?Judj? MRS. JOSIB A. GRAHAM. X'i'ginia's Most Success? ful Hair Culturist. PARLORS. . . . 108 K. Leigh St.. - Richmond, - Phone, 1034. Private Parlors, Confidential Inter? vievra and Correspondence. The largest and moot up-to-date Ha?r Dressing Parlors in Richmond. The very best preparations that can be mede for the hair, scalp, face and skin. Graham's Superior Scalp Food for growing hair on bald heads and bare ???p??)???3, 2Sets, per Jar. By mail, 35cts. Graham's Superior Orange Flower Skin Fo * for developing and beanti tying the skin, 25cta a Jar. By mall 35cts. Graham's Superior Velvet Liquid Powder for giving the face a beau? tiful fair color, 25 cents a bottle. By mall 35cts. Graham's Vegetable Hair Dye the best on market giving a rich natural p. $1.00 per bottle. By mall, $1.25. Mre. Graham makes a specialty of massaging airi beautifying Infills faces for parses and public gather? ings. 35 cents. Graham Sf.nmpoos the head and puts it In a healthy condition, ?nts. All ladle? who attend parti? sodai Katherine* sTi?iuld bave thf'ir finger nails manicured and Mrs. Graham's preparations lull l'??? li vine In other ci? ties and towns ran make pood mon? ey by selling thrso preparations. Write for terms to Mrs. J. A. Gra? ham. No. 108 E. Leigh St.. Rica mond. Va. 'Phone ao48 lia W Leigh 5 John H. Braxton REAL ESTATE & LOANS Private Banker and Broker, Loans negotiated on Real Estate, Interest allowed on Deposits, I stunt! UUuVauuii H un? and prompt returns Special attention to repairs. Notary With Seal. Established 1892. SMITH'S BUSINESS COLLEC LVM'HIU R<;, VA. COURS! Phonographic. Commercial, Pennine English. F lring. Civil : fleering. \ ? 1 \ ., ? .1 Instruction Thorough.. . Position? Ha curfd. OunuUUOodrii? .i?*d Send 2c for particulars. Address: T. P. SMITH. ?. ? . Pre?!?!? STRAUS' SPECIAL Old Yacht Club, PURE WHISKEY Will Satisfy th* ?ove? uf th* right kind of atlniolant Hpoclal prices. We have all gmd.-s ot goo?! liquors, < I gars and Tobttcco. Call and se? DS. ISAAC STRAUS & CO., 422 E. Broad St., Richmond, Virginia. S. W. ROBINSON NO. 23 NORTH 18Tl-> - ?I.HR IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, &c. fU?r? ? Stock Sold a? Guaranteed."?s? PROMIT ATTENTION sour patronage Is respectfully sol ici tei. ?Subscribe to the Richmond, Va. ?????G. *1.*0 ??*" ??*t? GEORGE O. BROWN, PHOTOGRAPHER, . lai St.. Richmond, Va. ??*Ph ??orjrrai.hu Trun to Llf?? Hi^h <????* ... -?,,? 1 m*tmt I UssaSSS ? . : .': . ? - . ? ?? Pici lirtw ? tra ? p?? THE ECONOMY, 303?5 North Third St TAILORING. G AMD RBPAIB CHITMAN M. WHITE, PKOPRIKTOR. A. Hayes OKI'ICK AKD WARE-ROOMS, 727 North Second Stree UKSiiiKNCK. 725 N. 2U?1 St First-ciass Hacks .iu?l C**k< ? ecriptions. 1 have a ?pare ruotn for bot? tes when the family have not ,? si. place. All UOUUlre onlers *?*e give? special attention Your special attend - is called to tne new style Oak Cm?k*** ?Call and ser me and you shall '*? t>? :ii-'