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SHEARING IN THE JURORS,
pine of Taiciii Obtained for tte Grymes
BOUT SEVENTY-FIVE MEN EXAMINED.
Itt the rtral ladtetnaswt Insaalned.
11 .ino a ol Vt ?U roar's
ii... ? rvltngs.
icd an opin
I thal he hud form
n ? ?
a the prisoner a fnir trial,
r deraon said he had u strong
as., and that testimony
opinion, bu* could not remember even what.
bis ..pinion was. said that he had ii-> preju
dil ea one way 01 tim other, but whs rather In?
clined to think some testimony would bars
quired to chance bia general Iroprea stan,
Mr. Obriatopbei Evenaen said he bud formed
a decided ..pinion
Mr. 8, H. Kl .nu 1 bud formed and expreuied
a decided opinion.
art BTBal mr.
Mr (reforge B. Sydnor, Jr., bud not formed
an opinion is to ths guilt orinnocense of tho
prisoner, knee no reason why he could not
the prisoner n fair trial, He was accented.
tba well known furniture
dealer on Broad street
Mr. \ I'. L.uiiiaku. hnd expressed a decided
Mr Jobi ? had formed n decided
' id had formed and ex
I 11 .1.?cid d opinion.
rt, W, ticishman said he had a decided
op, I li
Ml Ids said he did not have n de
ibout the case, bul that bis im_
?ould repine testimony to cl
ild lind formed Hiid i-x
\1 Call had foi med g decided linpres.
Mi e had not formed or 1 \
for he Ind no impression
nd about the casi H< w ^ accepted,
ll R. rt .\.i e bu.! formed and ' X
Mr E. M Oat idence would be re
'' x> la decided
n bad -vxpre-s. 1 a de.
Air. M \\ Redford said he bad a decided
e I opinion
ne dav be expressed
M w \ i c.mt, Jr.. bad a decided opinion.
I .1 di cided opinion.
? IL" ' ell U)
I hir.l Session.
l."k and tim
hv tbe six jurymen
Mi C. V < lash, who had formed a decided
M I yreo lind also formed a d<" -
id not formed
? :???.? to the
; Mr Wen - a juror.
H.- ? bani
Mr. I N he had no! expressed
:i why be
n well known Odd
Mr. IL I ' an opin
? ; if he had
red for fully a
i the qui
. I have."
li- " .
had be.-Il ili<
" ' pp* stated to the 1
Mi ? pre
c. p. w uston h 1 an
next calli d.
He wa*) told to stand
Mr 1 M. I iller 1 ide !
? ? urned an
? thal he could gn
yon not '
av I WOU
i left no impres
Mi B juror, making
M1 ' vu broker of Rich
had formed an
'?'. ? imed an
? (emption fr ?m jury duty.
Mi - i and exp] ?
made ap his
Mr. Iv 11 1 dh v said he had an opinion
1 Mr. il. Grimmcll bowed
was also made
Mr W. V dd he had
male up his mind.
i; 1; S> in a ven
Mr. L. A. I vi ? npoi ?
r. R, ).. 1 .
. ai nev had formed
hu "| answei an informal
eing no more jurors
Many more had been ordered, but they had
? .. up, and the Judge left the beni li
?? more 1 ould be gotten within the
v Addison at last put in an appear?
er, said that he formed an opinion. Mr.
aid he made np l. s
mind some time ago, and Mr. Levin -1
? ibell replied "I have,
Mr. K Harvey Qa pr' baie way, said
P.*G. Hai 1 made up bia
. and Mr. Sam. he bad
-ir" in a
a ??'? c arge I, and
dr. I.. W.
1 .Mr. .1. d'.
had not formed
be would be
ii/ a cold a few nights
catarrh bad become greatly aggra
1 asked if the deafness would
??? bette) to-inonow (to-day), and in
Mi > ? gsa d be thought not. Ht< was
I'hore aili liv sixteen jurors selected, and
? ? , number the twelve that try the
paneled. It is probable that
th- full number will be gotten to day.
ttings ? ? : lay M Gi
I the j and the letters wife,
Mr. Gryiui wa taken out after the aecond
putysnd provided with an en?
Alter the third session Mr. Grymes bade
d-bye and he was taken lo jail
soon as a prisoner i?
. , hence the reason for
'; ry mes' imprisonment
i , . was one colored man summoned by
md he bad formed an ouinion.
'I he nine jurors wi re allowed their freedom
ironing, bul wen cautioned bj the
li With ?uy one about the case
<;: mlow any one to talk to them.
One of tue men summoned, in answer to
the question if ho formed an opinion, replied
"Ves; I formed it at tho breakfast tallie, and
have kept to it ever since."
The court adjourned yesterday to meet
thi? mor muir at ll o'clock.
HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY CO.
Annual Meeting of Its Stockholders Held
THE REPORT OP PRESIDENT BARGAMIN.
No Mnferlal flinn fe In Hie <nn?lltlon nt the
(iraveyard Treasurer's Communication.
Officer* Klritnl Tor Hie Year.
The ?,!,,< V holders of tho Hollywood Ceme?
tery Company held their annual meeting at
tha rooOM of the Chamber of Commerce yrs
terdayafternoon, with Mr. Willimill!. Wag.
lng in the chair.
.Mr. A. Bergnmin, the president of tho mm
Dany, submitted hm report, vvhieh read as
Hines mr is?t report there hns been no mater?
ial change nude in Hie appearan *<>! HoUywood
Cemetery, althongh there have been nany lm
portant improvements We have cul out
feet of new walks and graveled moat of them,
and they will soon be finished vVhen this *ork
- it w\\[ gire that part ..t the grounds
a much better appearance
Persona purchasing lots in that part of the
ci m.'t.rv often asa where tho w?K,s will be. Ho
this work will ha\. a two-fold advantage, lt
I for i thi r worl nd mai ks "fl the
grounds as they are intend* tin plaus.
Wo have graveled several ol the old wslkf nd
ayenuea, sud kej.t diem all in good condition.
u. , spool very soon to stan agi rk on
Itiversidehill, and hope *o make itavery at?
tractive place 1 he vun- tr.un this point evc< ls
if mw other i"irt of the remi ter
i. ur. linrgwyn ii making a plat of tha
? ii the lull and the river, and ss
soon n* it is ulled to a proper grade the walks
and avenues will be marked om sn-i niavclct.
The valley nt the entrance between easi and
west Vale avenues, that was so lona ni" rough
and unsightly condition, is about to resume ita
former h 'eu ty.
ive hoi p this year to atvs rather more atten?
tion to the old grounds than wo have ?? ? I
lo do of late. Your executive nommittea feel
? in. li encouraged al the success they have
had in tim care of sections and they hope event
uallv to have charge ol even section in Holly
We think if the lot-holders would only
give tin- lustier proper consider
? -r to (he - ii? rintend
en* io be rared for bj the company Verj many
rt tn-1 ci meter) companies, both North and
West, will not allow any one to do work in the
- icepi through the company or by the
. iv, mt- i bemaeli es
NV. iiH\e no ..i ;e,t in dearing thi* work other
good .>f the cemetery, which ii
oneiit of all thoa, who own lots
<.r ar< otherwise interested in the proper man*
agemeni ol the grounds. There are vi ry many
citizens ot Richmond who
lu .? here an I ar keep them
who never pay the least attention lo them, lt
is sun rising to iee the names of people in pood
snd some who ure w. ?
whose sections are in such ? condition si to
mar thu appearance ol the whole cemetery, or
ist thai part ot it in which their sections
I ti d.
u,. have now ahoul ns to care fur.
and these arc well attended to. Iii* financesof
thee.panyan in avery sat! indi
hon In addition to pa.vingsll expenses which
nted t.. we bave invest* d
in securities sui li.wi in fix
- on the lol owned by the com
psii ?. "ii which we
So >? n mill see by thu statement thai we have
not only kepi thc grounds in good ordei
we have adde.I t.< your linking fund
and 11.93 in other property thal
D i n goo I inter**! IVe 'eel
that it is absolutely necessary that the
I evi ry year if it
-o; that at the en 1 ol twenty or
thirty rears when all the sections shall )m\e
ni the revenue from that direction
fl, which isnow our principal m.-.,me. wa
shoul lerest < Dough ir.m. our sinking
lund to maintain the cemeterv perpetually. 1 he
I 'll :.; ll Work is Un ter Til- d
the superintendent, and 1 will refer yon to bis
, ti nt for that inform..
In connection with this report, Superintend.
enl Hooper, of Holly wood Cemetery, read his
private report to Mr. Bargamin. The presi
?op..rt was adopted.
Mr. George D. Pleaaants read the annual
statement asurer, showing that bonds
amounting to fS'J.rilO are in bia custody. I he
pta dunne the neal year amounted to
1 the disbursements b
1, leaving ;j. balance on hai d of r524.0i.
ption of th
tho meeting went into the election ol officers
lor the ensuing year, on motion
of Mr. Pleaaants, Mr. A. Karara
min was re president. In the
a vacancy bad
ip the year bv the death of Mr. K. M.
M,. K. }'. I'.'.s-ieux moved to ra?
the old board and t<> add Mr. I
Kuker, n< repri mnan ele
ni. i ? ty, in the place of Mr. Griffin.
Major Kobe: t Stiles.nominated Mr. K. K
llossieux os one of the dire< lois, and thi
which was then takenhad the followii
Preston Cocki Dunlop, H
. M. M. Gilliam, F. T. Glasgow, T, YV.
Pemberton, Georgs D. Pleasanta, J. D
Star- , il- iel I
Kuki r. All of the merni i
were 1 with the exception of Mr. 0.
Judge Minor announced the presence of a
committee ol the Indies of the Hop/wood Me?
ium i Pi> ll. who Would like to I'?
ll.Mid in regard to a legacy of (500 left bj
Mai v o. Hammond.
'- V. Randolph, the ei the
will in question, stati I :i...; the testatrix, his
aunt, had by some mistake left the amount
in question t.. the Hollywood Cometary Com?
pany, while she had intended to have it to
the rlollyw.1 Memorial Association.
ISK Ol 1 ill. MONKY.
Mrs. Colston explained in detail how Mr*.
Hammond had stated to her that sin- n
the la lies to bave the use of the m..ney in re?
turn for their tak i. I her eon's grave
and her own.
Hr. Hooi?er thought thi ? company
should take charge ol the money, and Mr.
John Kihi'..ip argued that their company
should keep *150, or whet ever sbotdd i ?
rv to take care ol the two gravel
turn the 1 | ai to the U
Finally a motion waa adopted at the
gestionoi Mr M. M. Gilliam to the effect
that it wa<> th. the meeting thal the
i donated to the company Kv Mrs Mary
i. Hammond be turned over to the Holly,
wood Memorial Association, if this waa li
p> asible, and thal the whole matter be
red tu a committee "t three with |>owei
< liairapp.iinti'i as members ol thal commit.
t,,. ^ossrs. Gilliam, Dunlop andPleaaanta,
Judge Minor also stated on behalf of the
Indu thal they would like to have their rights
to the burial grounds of the Confederate dca 1
Hollywood rlearly denned. In Mo an
oiler h ul Keen made by the cemetery com.
puny to convey to the ladies that part of Hol?
lywood where the Confederate dead were
buried, bul il waa learned d the time that il
could not be done, the Hollywood Memorial
ation then not being iucorporal
The committee mentioned above will look
into the matter, and in all probability the
cemetery company will, al their next men I
convey to the ladies the property in question.
Mit. BBXCK i> niiu.f.
Be Will Deliver Um Annual Address Before
The third annual meeting of the Virginia
State Bar Aesociatlon, which will be held at
. lute Sulphur Springs on July 28th next.
promises to be very interesting. Mr. .lames
0. Lamb, the secretary and treasurer, has
received a letter from Hon. William C. P.
Breckinridge, of Ky., accepting the Invitation
extended to him Ky tho executive committee
to deliver the annual address on that oecav
sion. Mr. Breckinridge waa one of the Demo?
cratic leaders in the last <'ongress.and is well
km.wu as one .?i the ableat and in..si eloquent
speakers in thia country. Besides the annual
address there will be the president's address,
Kv Judge E. C. Murks, and also several papers
will be read, one of which will he by lion.
John Bandolph Tooker.
Jumped the Track.
Yesterday muming aKout Kl o'clock car No.
H.,! the Cit) Ballway hue gave the peaaan
eei;, aboard of it a lively shaking up by jump*
in- the track near Fourteenth and Maui
street-. After leaving itajown line it took to
the Manchester line and starb d out at a good
speed IOT Manchester. Se\ era! Indies aboard
the car I.e. ame very min h excited, and
would have | limped from the CU m\\\
Perhaps seriously injured then,
had lt not been for several men on th* oar.
who tenured them that there waa no dancer.
Several mole passengers stauding on the plat?
form left the car as soon aa it jumped the
track. A force was dispatched from head
oAiarters and the car soon afterward placed on
the track and resumed ita run.
J>o/.vo.? /jv maxchkstbM,
Item* or Interest From Baal Otb** Side of tbs
Mr. Fleming Morgan continue, rpiite sick.
Bill in tl,,. Bighty-sbst y.-nr of hm age.
CharlmWseaoo is running br Common?
wealths attorney of Powhatan in opposition
in William If. iTlanagan.
Mahon lundolph will visit Meade-Memorial
fkITj. "?me lLme tbi" mo?th **> administer
lhec ontyOourt of Cheaterheid was in
aewt'.n yesterday. Several Manchester lnw
?r'af 'l'V ? ?tt*,?dsnce upon the curt
air. kl. A. Cogbill. of Chesterfield Court
??>"??. waa In the city yesterday on Ins way to
tue .M-ttiodist District Conference, which
meeta in Ashland.
In consequence of ths change in the ache
tillie ot the trains on and alter next Sunday
the Munday hours of tho postofftce will be
fmrn 4 io p. B 80o'clock.
At an official meeting of the Second (eoL
ored Baptist church, held Mondav evening
Bey, Daniel Tucker, of Richmond, was celled
to the pastorate made vacant by the resigna?
tion s.une months mjj?? <,t Rev. George M.
Crawley, who is now pastor of a ci
church in Nsw Jersey.
Henel > ter ia well represented in the Musical
val chorus at the Academy of Music in
I h ..se from this aide of the river who sing in
the chorus are Mis. R. p. Carrington, Mrs.
A. c. Harding, Miss Mmma Latham, Miss
Daisy Gibba, Miss Era Harrison. Mr. I -
Gibbs. Mr. B. W. Nunnally. and Mr. rt. .J.
1 ? ?? 'ire twodarnage anita against the
Richmond and Danville Railroad < Company to
be tried at the next term ol the circuit Court
of Chesterfield, which begins Friday.
One i- for injury ton negro section hand,
who WU hurt by a collision near the stone.
yards, just opposite Rochette. The otaer ia
I r dsi i Iga ' land caused Ov the alleged
stopping up of a creek by tho railroad com.
pany >n erecting a bridge.
Hon B. B. Munford, division counsel for
the railroad, will appear on behalf of the de?
The Chesterfield Circuit Court will meet
Friday, and so will the board of snpenru
I ? I ami the curt will consider the
question f building a jail for the county, the
present ail being unlit for n jsil since the
noted jail-breaker, William Drumgoole,
ii r" pu ces and made hie escape.
It is understood that a new jail will be or?
dered '..I. bu i I he present jail, which is
a stone structure, was erected in 1842, and at
? :nie itwas regarded as % wonderfully
strong and sat. b in these p |
times of jud lc akin- the Chesterfield jail
I not stand the strain, andi- now a wreck
ol' :(h fi Dgth.
Tue old w.len structure known as the debt
.?rs jail, ts still -titi,.
for criminals, as they can easily get out of it.
The 'bi,tor-' jail waa built away back yonder,
' one hundred years ,i?. >.
lt was expected thal the road viewers ap
pointed to view the proposed extension of
Thirtv-eightfa street to Forest Hill Park
would make their report to the County
Court on Mi nday.
ne "t i be re it court, nor was
their any rep.ut -ul.milted, and the matter
will not conn np until the next tenn.
Ward meetings will be held Thursday
evening st 8 o'clock in the several wards of
the citv, to nominate councilmen and to i
members of the Demo, ratio fjitj
The meeting in tho First ward will lie heh]
at C. \ Jones' store Kecond ward, at the
market-house; Third ward, .fohn W. I wens'
st ire Fourth war I, Bowen ,v
wagon-yard. These meetings will l ?
Three members of the City Central Commit?
tee Bra to be eh ward. In
tb ward ta i councilmen are to be nomi?
nated, the terms oft uncilmen J. F. Bradley
and L. w. Weisiger expiring June 30th. One
councilman fri m i i h of the other warda i- to
l>e elected this month.
William Graham. Joe Hall. Thomas Ran
dolph and dames < '.pim-, tim four negro boys
who were carried off in a box car on th* Pi
tersburg ra ' id 1 iday while engaged in an
interesting game of'craps, are now supp -d
to be in Petersburg.
They ware seen in tbe car at Clopton sta?
tion by one of the brakemen, who tried, he
said, to make them get out, but thej would
When ti ? I I to Chester the flagman
them out. ami the boya
wei. last s... n tramping down the railroad in
Petersburg, where they are
now BOpp ? ???d to I"-.
The committee to which was referred the
mutter concerning the erection of a bridge
over the railroad tracks on Fourteentb street,
for the benefit ol the Belle Isle workmen,
will meet to-day.
'I he workmen are objecting to the building
of a high i I want the walkway I
on the ground.
r / BO IS IA i\ O' IROLiy ? /.' 1 11. HO A D.
Chamber* of Commerce < .infer Upon the Sub?
A telegram from Petersburg bul evening
said: Colonel John B. Purcell and Mi. rt. W.
ara, of the Richmond Chamber of Com?
merce, arrived here this afton infer
tnembei of the Chamber of Commerce
ot Petersburg concerning the construe!.'
the Virginia and Carolina railroad.
? confer, n i in the ball of A.
P, Hill Camp. Confederate Veterans, and
lflsf.-d ab Ut two hours, during which tune
there waa a full and free discussion as to the
stat..s ot the road and what wa*
done to insure its being built. \t tbe su^.
gestion . t i olon ?! Pun ell il was de
i that a committee should be
appointed from tbe Petersburg Cbambi
Commerce to i isit Richmond to confer with a
mittee from tbe chamber of that city and
other prominei I I Richmond inter?
luding of the \ ii
c. :ina road Colonel Purcell will ??
Hon E. I . Venable, president of the Chamber
t this city, at what time it will
I. ? ? for the committee to come to
mond. Colonel Purcell and Mr. Travers left
at i in o'clock this evening for home
Tba Atlantic i wtLini Uni w th
J. \V. Phillip-. i for thei !?
itreel ml i - I i ? ? -
about -7,"Chi. Very littlewaa dom- here t -
dav in the way of registration.
burg I arpettial Building and Loan Company,
has received the following letter from Attor?
ney-General Bcott. which abowa th.i* the In
.?ion ne represents ia not
der quarterly atatementa to the Andu
other banking institutions are require I to dot
"(Ifflce of ike Attornev-General. Richmond,
M ij ?. i do not think sect;,.n 1170 of the
tbe Code of 1887 appUea to thia company, lt
is a building and loan company with powi
receive deposits after the manner ol savings
banka, winch deposits are loaned to thia ? -
.v.*) Mil; Hi Adi I.
Mr. Tarhrough, kjiaa Spark" >Ir? Fowler,
.Miss BeMelbSM b.
clay-street M- burch was filled
terday afternoon almost to .ts capacity with
friends nnd relatives of Mr. Frank li. Yar
brougo nnd Miss Marv Bparka t i witness the
nuptial ceremoniea which bound then
gether. The stained-glass windows, the
ira of many dun lights, the strains
of soft music. ana the ba
smiles and bright lacee made ,? I ??
The ceremony was performed by tbe pastor,
the Bev. W. il. Attrill, nt a few nun
look. 'The best man was tm Eugene
Hunt and the ushers were as follows: W. P.
Hm tley, Allie rtparks, W P tndersi nb J.
Beavens, W. C. Davis, A. Davis, G. w. Wooii.
all Tin* bride and groom left inv
medintelv for the ILrd-sireet stn'
where they look the tram for a Northern tour
ne length Uoete of friends wish them
.-. prosp i tv and happiness. Mr. >ar
!.? ough isa well-known young mai. Una
city and moves amid n laree circle of friends
while the bruin is the fascinating daughter of
Mi .bums Tl. rtparks, a prominent ctti/cii Of
Richmond. . ,
Mr. Thomas bowler and Miss Katie Beidel
boeh were married at St. Mur.v'^ German
Catholic church ai s ..'dock yesterday morn
BeT. Lather Willibald officiated. 'The altar
was lieautifiilly decorated. 'Tin; attendants
Were Messrs. ?/ , . ?;,,. Willi* I Ic.del I ..icll
Florian Tboll, Wi.bc Bchutte nnd Joseph
Herbert The l nd- was in a traveling nut px
u ii c ?lored ailk and carne 1 a bouquet ot tatt!
blo?soma. . .j ? -
1 here were a number of very handsome
After the marriage a reception was bein.
end the party left at 11:50 o'clock for a
itu it mos n roi i r.nr jtorrn.
Geographical and ll...,,,,, Society?Other
Notwithstanding tlu> attractions of tennie,
croquet and other gamea QB the campus, quite
a nuniKwr of the students of Richmond <'"1
leajl fathered in the Latin lecture-room ves.
t. iday aftemooa at. the regular s?uiii-ni"nt':i)y
meeting of the Society t..r Oeoernphical and
?rio Study, Profeaaor F. W, Boatwright
pt.-sided. Mr. H. T. Allison, of Fauquier,
reed an admlrabla paper on [ale of Wight
The original naaaeof thin county, a name
which it retained for only a sh..rt tune, wu-*
Warroaquyoake, and it waa one of the eijjht
shires or countiesbato which the colon]
Virginia waa first divided. Situated neer the
seat,.,ard it hits good commercial advents
and with a thrifty and intelligent population
is in a fairly prosperous condition.
Smithfield, the county-seat, aitnatad on an
eminence ab..ip three miles :r<.m James river,
in Um northeastern perl of the'county, bi a
mat and thriving village of about one thou?
On the road leading from Smithfield to Suf?
folk and about eight miles from the farmer
la Kenn's church, one of the moat hal?
lowed monuments of colonial <1h\^ to be
found in Virginia Tradition tella us that it
waa the sec.nd house ul worship erected in
Virginia, and that it waa built in the time nf
Charles 1 .betweenthe yean p'io and i?'.40.
All of the material waa imported from Eng?
land the brick, lune and timber and the
timber was framed before shipment.
i <? ri igo the old building was de.
scribed aa being in a state of neglect in the
the di .;ist forest, the walls covere I
with a network ol vines. In recent yea
has been repaired, and the good people i
neighborhood now meei to worship in
venerable sanctuary, where their forefathers
worshipped more than two and a half centu?
Mr. W. Owen <'arver, <,f Tennessee, pre?
sented an interesting sketchjoQAccomac coon.
Ene Eastern Shore ol Virginia, especially
Accomac county, ia prominently associated
with colonial events. It was here that Sir
William I ? ugh! refuge at the height
oi" la ons rebellion.
lt hu. Hu william Berkeley who said he
thanked (ii d there were no newspapers or free
schools in Virginia. As to newspapers, how.
ever, they were soon established, and bave
ince Keen abundantly able to t.ike caro
In 1710 Rev1. Sam Ranford lefts Urge leg
? >r the adu bildren of poor pa
and ti.u, established in v ?
county the tir-r .ree school in \
K. . Vlakensie, "the lather of
Presbyterianism," .ame as an
v . and
mac, where he soon afterward
organized the first Presbyterian church in
lue soil of Accomax is fertile, small fruits
and vegetables flourish, and the j.
intelligent, enterprising and prosperous.
Al the next meeting of the soi
which will he the last
nf the present ...liege year.
Mr. \v. B. Loving, of Albermarle, will read
a paper on the history of Richmond before
the Civil war; Profe* ? will discuss
Bicbmond as the Capital of the Confederacy,
and Profess r Boatwright will sketch the pro?
gress of Richmond since tho war.
Hon. W. W. Henry. Hon. J. K. M. furry,
Hon. John E. Massey, Judge B. T. Ginter
uinl Mr. IK A. Kr.-ck were elected honorary
members of the society subject to theil
? II e,
LiNCHBi'on, V*.. Ma\r ll, [Special. 1 An
plications for Riverraont lots closed to.dav
with a to 0 h.ooo. accompanied by
*M i.000 in cash. Applicants for one 1 r alone
listed ? I They represent over #1,000,000
( apital, probably the financial com*
puny having any sale in the country. River,
mont is booming, and the old Hill City is en.
'lhere will he no auction
< lontested lots will he all.'Ked.
I ai iii v11lc Booming,
Dr. .1. A. Sexton, >>f Farmville, president of
Paraville Coal and Iron Company, win
in th- ' rday looking after then,
my. The Doctor lefl for
home last evening and reports Farmville on a
Lexington, Virginie, tha Athens of the South.
Meant ifni for situation, renowned for health?
fulness, The centre of the phenomenal min.
level ipmenl in the Shenandoah \..
The home of a highly refined and cultivatetl
society. The most delightful residence town
in thc Smith. Within easy reach l.y rail of
the great .entres i f population.
The Lexington Development Company now
offers its lots to the public at low prices and
up. n easy terran. No auctiou sale, bul
lot .an be selected and Iniught at any time.
Splendid chance for profitable investment.
Add: J. D. ll. Rosa, President.
Or J. Mi I). AOAIB, Secretary.
V. v. Perfect Inn
Is the name of O.B. SydnoPs Refrigerator.
Go and buy one, and if not as represented the
Kingand Co. beg to thank their friends
and customers for the sympathy extended
them in theil loss by the disastrous fire Monday
nighl announcing they
have rented the Ulam lund warehouse on Vir
? there will be no inter,
ruption in the carrying on of their business.
They are receiving shipments daily and ex
peet by the cud of the week to have a full as
?a nt of their famous reliable brands of
vin. .ked meats and lard, and all Olden Ul.
trusted to them will receive their usual
Commencing F Hay I7th. the Cl
Peninsula division tra n
leovinc Richmond H W A M. h r Gld Point,
and the tram arriving al Richmond 6:50 K
M.. retuning will on Sundays stop al
ns between Richmond and old I
for the accommodation of local travel.
ForMalaria, Liver Trou?
ble, or Indigeation,use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Try ItellaMe Roasted Toffee.
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packages. Thc B< uthern Manufacturing Com
paiiy.' Richmond, Va. _
Corner Fourth a
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attending to tho wants of our patrons that we
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tit ad.litl-ms to our PI.oWEB BT001
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A VAN A GIG
Wo have slot of Fine SAVANA CIOAI
onr own importation just landing, whirh a
fer ?t very reasons
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'Ai TORY AND MAIN YARD. LEIGH AN
SK JAMED MUKKI.
BRANCH YARD, FREDERICKSBUBQ DEPOT.
rvr.timtii'r of ev.ry description always on
hsnd and at low pricea
Talephona No. isa. ja^-era
Ml I I INC.V
lt] HStOlfD. v?. April ?, '
> Ai?nl -v. levi, a aeneral meeting <>f tho
Stockholders of the PBKPETI W. iSVKHT
dENT.rONSTRUi riON ^NDDEPOHITCOM?
PANY ol RICHMOND, VIK..IM \. Hill bs held
attheofticeof the Company. No. 819 east l
str.cr. on I HUIWDAY, Maj (1st, a- t K. M
Thi ? ? ? eonai 1.1
amendments lo the charleroi the comps nv m
propOM t the K'.ard nt ....
Ins held tbisday. I M Biaarpif,
.-?. my 1*41. Srrr. tary and Tress.
SUMMER OPENING. ?"?i
K. B. MORRIS has returned from Nev
York and will have a
OBAND BUMMEB oPF.NTNG
PRIDAT, Mwimwi. myi2?
i\n <.<x?ns *c.
nd Broad Streets.
r days opening imr SKMMER MILLINERY ant
have not found time to prepare for a formal
announcing to the public that our
.ur BUMMEB OPENING will be displayed
, MAY 14TH,
nf Sl'MMKR SIYLFS ai aU the new idea*.
[, as well i< RIBBONS, NETBand LACKS, make
? MILLINERY PAUL' >KS on the second floor.
NN & CO.