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THE TRIAL OF PANNILL
CAPTAIN ADAMS THE Ell:ST MIT
A I ss ITT OA THF STA AD.
,#a??or Danial Una of the Prisoner's Cona.
esl?Only Two \\ it.ie-.sen Exam.
laml Yetti rday.
LTMCHMJRO. VA.. April _.-Special.
Court was .ail. 1 ta oner at M O'StaCfc,
i'annill was prsasat. In company with
his Wife. fatlMI mel l.rotl-.ei. Senator
John W. Kaiinl, liavliig t-< ?*" previously
retained ai? counsel tu the accused, was
M Hi<* c,,utt raiin throughout the pro
pg. The lt nntly In tak?
ing a deep Interest in the inn.', |'ii>ing
the closest attention to every remark, and
taking notes from time to r
rd Harrison trots ba
"Ihe Jury was empanelled, in,I ai BO SI
,-eptio - ounssl, they nrsrs
duly sworn. Tbs teat al the twenty
four jurois suinmonid !"i ?SrVWS a' the
United States Court wen- discharged by
from further atti
? edlngs in the I'annill
case weie opened this morning, Mr Las
ststed to the iourt thal BS fall some?
what aggi lewd at Mr. Montague's n
marki to the aflaol that ths stntsuisnt
mad. hy Mr. lying M his bStialf o.rfered
fr-,m tin- Mataasant prsvlously li?
the OOUfl bj himself Ile bad flated his
position ta the corni tully. Mr. M
gue arose and disclaimed all Intention of
ng upon Mr. K<", upon which
statsmsal made by bim ot Mr. Long.
MS. MOSTwOt'E'rl si VIM iv
The regular procee-ijriR!. ol tin OM
then taken up. Ml .Montague brief*
f. stated t,. thc jury the law In tl ?
and lilied;, outlined the position which
-.eminent took. Al tim '
his spec. I-. Major Hani. I asked USS DM
trlet Attorney if h<- took lin- ground that
over-checking was In it si ri" a timid Mt
Montague replied that o lng was
J. H. TASNII I..
not charger! in the Indlctnn nt. Bena tor,
i then asked Mr, Montague if he
nd thai I'.niiiiii had I- rivi d
. from Um depositing af thoae nine
or eleven i h.-cks. Mi Montague replied
In lha a th nun tl ve, adding that it did not
matter whether Pannll! poi it ai Ham*
ncr. Tin- Qovscnmeni contended that it
was thS satin- thin., and that the ac
e ,i> equally I uilt) in slthsi -
Mr. Harriaan addras td ths lury, ea*
i lalntng the position of the deft rn
?.Tating the history of tbs -ase from the
THB TrHTIM-1*-*. ll Ut g,
At the c.mell,sion ot Mr. Hs
dress to ihe tary, tbs examination ol
witnesses wi Into. Captain
tdami waa Aral callsd ta the stand.
and tin- morning hours mat* ipent lh
his cxamtii**_.-w^fr**~\ho i-i -becutton. Ma
> ^r 11 ??? JB ri et tin defence,
tun's timi the record ol Hamner'l con?
viction that ls, the -?! ii t. and his pies
bs i'-i|iiiii i ;,, i-, introduoed by the pros*
eCUttOO, which was done. Tin entile
day has hecn consumed witii the i.x.iiin
nation of Cashier Talley and Presldsnl
Adams. Nothing new of interest has
i.e. -i 1,1 one hi
ihe soRiinits sn r roai*.
IT'l'mlnary Hr,'?ev ('...nii.enie 1-The Blw
I'KKI'KKirKSltl KC \ A , April JR
?pastel, i in- proposed Northern
11 Company beean its preliminary
sunray h\ starting oul to-day its chief
A. Ilaiilrri t, and his
?.mt, William McDonald. H
peeled that the route will priss _j White
Oak, Paaaapatanay, Comoro, King Q
Courthouse Bhllo, Pomona, Potomai
Mills, Montrosa, and Wai i*.-..
Mr. Wilkins Walker, of Wide Water,
Stafford county, recently caught
haul ISO Innings. ? ittfrtW tish, lt
|00h tin- seine hands from 4 O'clock in
the afternoon to i- midnight ta dip ths
ll of thi seine, and was ii,
knewn In the Po?
Mr. Charles Hendon, member of lbs
banking hrm ol Conway, Oord-on A Oar*
rnn. i, | home mu' h Improved
la health from his rat sal trai? n
The ? ,-,.! Republl*
cans of Pi rt Royal district, Caroline
.omit), Lav.- nomlnat. -i dlstrtel od
Mts. .lane skinker, near Moss Nech
Caroline county, has i,,-t I-. Bri
st -I,I--, ni,ny and hatie -me ut
.! ming Implements. With treat dit?
her horses ||,r dw ll
lng caught at one time, hut was put out.
, i , - mnilssion ul' Un- \
ami ?ix citizen... appointed recently to
ros of the proposed nea
roads to il-- : Vir?
ginia lin.-, i ., I coun?
sel or in.- Vtralnla, Pre-erlckaburg and
West, rn road that K.e commutes will In
glad to i. -. n< mmy ,,,(.., malton li
tum tu tin pigM and pun -
oeaapany, and its ability to bullfj tin
A ut mn t;i ir- lu ,t ii:i.\is
Itaall Easier, lh.. Mg r-> liicltlv,-. lapp* neil
lo he .? I allfas,
HOUSTON, VA., Ai" il ? .-pedal
Last we.k p Itemsnt
in the indgiiisithuo'l ol BeottShuiY. thM
county. Thc murder of an old woman
t>> A Will lie
guilty and condemned to be hung.
He eser-i.ii d finn. fm -ix
with i ? ?
wards offered for his capture, Las!
a rumor ? .nu. tu il,is pin,- thai he hail
?ni in Bcattahurg, his ..id home.
ivs that vicinity was diligent
ny the sheiirr and a p
men, I.nt tu i,,i avail, 'f seen, h. \\.,a
again eluded Justice Ths sonne ,,i the
rumor was u eotarud giri, srha bad baan
criminal's aunt, where be formerly lived
tamed greatly <-v, h. _ ami de?
clared that Basil BaaMj was sitting in
front of |ke cah|ii llr.pl.i . when she
en-., n I. gad immeHatch climbed up the
and Bad. Ti st printed In
chimney sool were found on the roof,
e uol thus far, as in the case of
tracks four; ison Crusoe, led
to the a dual savage.
A ll i i o Lt a i n.u.s.
A. I.. Matthew*. Itu- *>T,r ???> Hi* C. aad O
l?'??r** *"H St l.mrli-iw_.
LYNCHKKKC, *\ A . April H Special.
A. 1_ Milli'"*, "i thl.s pity, was i-_n
t] rake and I
train carly this morning iii ar slx-mllc
tridge, pud tum bafsri bri pouM be
I rought home, lt I- supposed that he
waa on the lia'n, and In attrill! ting to gvt
off. fell under the care and resolved the
Injuries which resulted in hi* death.
At ths office of the Clerk of the Corpo*
ration Court to-day. Mrs. nara Llggan
bled a suit for dh<>r,e from her huslmnd
\\ Il Llggan. The groun ls for her re?
nal the defendant has not WT
. tim.- co.ililhnted anything '
,. .,,,'1 has on more than Ont
siana mls,,,.al'-al her. The bil! asks that
athone a mensa et horo with alimony
WMPiBM i- BtJtccTBIi.
Dlnwlddle Repob ISSSM Not lo Coslesce
Vt Kb Oat Popni's's.
PET?R8B1 !:o VA., April 2S.-Kp.i.'
The RepUhMeaaa and Populists of I?Jn
w I,Id!,- .-unity met Hf the county court
for the rut |">s.* of fusing
nnd deciding whether <r not they would
nominate i endl latea for the various ooun?
ty ,,-)?. ? I at the -dav ale (ion.
After ??? I'liKfhy coiifctenccag|0ld outside
of the aourl-hous.*, the Kcfllblla ans re?
tune I to fusa- with the populist- The I'*
r v.- in Ute court-house,
and male the follow Ina nomination, for
county eftcea: P-r sheriff. Bracli B i
dale Treasurer, P. ". Roherteon; < "*?
missioner of the Revenue, Matriel No.
i .1. w. Hain; Hlstriot X". **. U. Meaveo;
Commonwealth's Attorney. Cliarlis W.
Mr. f, V ?! 111 L'< m was nominate! foi
OOunty Ti -dosurer, bal he eppear*
tore th,- maetlna sad asked that bia nome
tbdrawn, as he would not accepl
tin. nomination. Mr. Robt risen was thors*
At their aaeetlna the Republl* si *
sd a preamble land reeolutione explaining
fm* not making Bomlnatloma
Tin- f,,r,,,.r asserts that in UM
opinion ol the pieetlng <h'* present
election mi i i'i" nt ot Dlnwlddle ls so
manipulated aa to b* Impossible to ob?
tain a fait . "int "f th*' ballols.
'rids is the resolution:
"Therefore, rei lived, Tint we. tho Rc*
p il,li, ans in the county oi I'ifiwidd.c. In
nesting easembled, decline to make
iai,\* nominations for county officers, leav?
ing ttl. Held te Jil" Populists and Oemo
?i the sprint*.- Sll '
" Ul- mn i liva- rs: n.
Some three or four frelghl trains paeoed
over the belt extension of the Atlantic
Cast Lin., around Petereburg last night
.re th.- first trains that hav. bea
run " ll was built.
This extension leavee tb'* Richmond and
Petereburg road at Bwlfl creak, in Ches*
tertleld county, and connects with the
Petersburg nm! Weldon road al A<t>**s
siding, in Dlnwlddle county, a short dis?
tance beyond th, corporate limits. The
extension is about six miles In length,
and is mostly of trestle, At Swift creek
a tower-houee haa bean built, aad an
attractive paaaetigat depot is now* in
course of erection, OB Hie upper floor "f
the depot th.!, is to be a iniagi apb ofBce.
Rev. W, c.. Starr, D, D., paator of
Washington-Street If. B. church, will
preach a apodal seimon on neal Sunday
Bight. His subject will be, "Whal Part
Can the Public Press Take in Shaping
the Morels ol the < 'ommunltyT"
XII II ll BaW I KI I I'l,*. I -I IllII'E.
The MMaon HMophone Company, of
Kichmond, has been awarded ii" i
Ma, t for putting in the SXOhangS fo>* I hf
Mutual Telephone Company, i
bttrg. it is expa ted to have the ea
in operation by de 1st ,,f July next. Tha
, ,,i!i,, ,,f th" company trill ba la
tba ,v ham.', building on Bank atreet,
Ther* li some talk "f organtetng a new
Odd-Fellowi in tin weetern pan
LIX ISO ItlS't A kW BAAK.
J he fly t Nattlaanai Upsssd llieie Tester
.Ihv-i--.Vi.ooo C.pK ?!.
LEXINOTON, VA.. April -'*? Bpi I ll
The Fire! National Bank ol Uextngton,
with MAMt capital stock, threw open
Ita doora bore to-day for buatncBi B,
? aughan is the cashier. The si >ck
iii'* mostly capltalleta Ol !ai?,
'?r Lynchburg. Va., Washington,
i'. c., Beltimore, and ether points. The
capttal atouk will be incmaved winn tba
om ii u:v
n mri nv.
Mr. u Sheehy, tor twenty vi-ars a
well-known /employe ot the Weialger
Clothing Company, died at lils home, aw
Poplar .street, yeaterday, egad niiv-six
Tbs funeral will take place from st.
Pialii, k's "Pur, h Ibis morning al I"
o'olock, with requiem iiit-h maaa
Aintlier .tssiitniiiei t.
Mr. B. a. Tyler, the ownei of a grocery
i.u i liquor atora el No. 010 west Cary
(lied ,i ,i" i oi i
mt nt in Hie clerk's nib,ie oi th, Cl
Court, k, etc., In
tb* BtOI*, I" H. ,;. I',,Hurl .is trustee,
i"i c,e benefit of hla cr '.lu n -
AfUi the paymi ni "f th.* inst of the
execution "t Un trust th,- deed provldel
for tin- ion,,win-; creditors in the order
? ?? '1, I
Find Bloter, Myers ? **?, sn:,.vi; j.
I*'. Tyler, "i Henrico county, ?'.uiiT bor
rcwi i in nu \* and |7i*30open acciaut.
Be "no W. h. Brooke, ot Louisa, fi",.i:>.
Third, j cow i, s <v Co., New ?, n k.
115.70; c. L, Todd W8.HU; J. S, .al iore
.\ Sa ii. sjt :,*.>: w i: Taylor >*. Co., fl5;
W, Baelser, sui ?*-*>: Ballard ai Ballard,
?BJ: Matthew Hi -I. FJM.1l', Richmond
Pickle Company, vu:*:, v \\. Hechlei
KW , , Jacob Kirsti, fca*"i.l4; Hicks a*
Howard, ATA; W. P. Ford ami n.nvi'
Brothel ?, .iiiout *n? each.
a tia in1 e I,, Morrow,
on Saturday sfternoon at 2:.10 ?
there will be ., repetition a,f "'rh. 'i ?
han Queen," which was i-n successfully
presented at the Academy during the
?..; W ? . la 'I'llil nina, tba- [?!
tl,.- ben, (it of tin* ' lld I tominion
11,,- |,itii. and tba performan* ,* pi
\ en a Hie,Uer sn,,',-ss I han :
as instead ,,f tin- former Intermissions,
there win be musical or voce! selections,
,"i ? nf tin- latter a recently published
saang by Mi un. of this city,
nnd stinir by Mlaa Iss Smith.
chilli sham!,! sa-a. "The Tyrolean Queen,
as it ls a glimpse ,,t fairyland to tbe
little oms. .iii.l will Indelibly Impress
Itself upon the memory of each on,
?rio' admission for children will be the
popular pl I.*-*- .'?*'. ?"?''. and 13 > < ni
adults, no and IB
There will I." ? rehearsal this nfti
nt 8 M) at Hie Academy Hsserv* i
seats caa be had at the Academy Satur?
I lira-e Comm li tees ('siled.
Three meetings of Council a-om;
,-t ,-\. nina r
minces a-n Water snd Be, md Market
j, Committee on Health considered
port of *.hd subcommittee In re?
laid to certain reforms In the health
department. li recommends thnt ihlr
ta a-n nu i: !?? I from the force
finally laid over until
nexl rnursday evening, when th*
, - a ', a - "ll t he mies
tion. Certain repairs wars ordered to
i tu- city ja'l
, i , ffort to secure a quorum of
II.',' will be male this
evening at i:i" o'clock.
1009 E. Maitu
BARS MUST BE PUBLIC.
NORFOI.E'S NEW LIQ COR LAW IN
< TE R.I HON MAY FIRST.
T'PPl**r? MuH fUn.l l*plo Ihe Hack end
Or.ak Up n'. -.IJsin.rrall** Numl
ne. s al I'm twinoulh.
NOKKOKK. VA.. April -V-Work has
begun with energy on tim pawer house
of the ocean View electric road. A
swill ii has baan tate sa tim Aetna com,
jinny's land at Oakwood, and aliout forty
men an at work.
On the first of May itu- law rei-ulrim,
all l.ar-rooms for which license to sell
llipior is gnats! tu occupy front rooms
? ?-, ene.t. 'ih,- law also requires
all st reins, pointed Ki"***-'. < te., to le- re?
i'aids arc out for the marriags of Mr.
James J. Johnston, of Norfolk, and Miss
Virginia I.--- ? Wilkins.,,., of Hlrlinion-1,
to take pteca in Richmond April Mth.
mara ga tatt.
Mrs. Maty Harker Med a suit In the
? irt this morning,
asking IMM for injuries received ly fall
Mg ov.r un obstruction on Waverly
: ' aWOI I ll MM1NEKS.
Ths i"moi rati, eandldattM sslsctsd at
tin- primary in Kortsmouth are K. <".
Hutchins, city eollect-r; .1. W. Wood,
stn 11 inapactor; F. P, Johnson, sanitary
Inspector; BS. X. Cram, clerk of mar?
ket. .1. ti. Overton, kaspar ,< atmsbouae;
l" B, Hope, physician to aln
.). iiashieid, koaper of cemetery; charles
O. Woodley, seller of weights and me.ii
?ursa. Ths vots polled wai small. "
The pollCI COUI
un ie ci a vigorous war upon disreputable
l-l i ,s lure. A WOtnan was hefore the
police jusiiee r.hH awning and tin.si tr,;:
fm- keeping .. bouse of tin- chara ter in?
di, .ind ,,ii Bouth street II t*1 said thal
tin Indies of the W. C. T. ti. will make
rollcs Officer Wynn a. present in appre?
ciation "t his activity in gettl
bafon tin- ju-i
mt. tn usu s qc rm hised.
Hie I?c fcn*e Tr-rln**; pa Connect Him With
?he Lament 'I r-*ir**i1\ .
SAX FRANCISCO, April
son was Ptmtn called to tin- st ind on tin
.lion ot th" lunar.' ? \a mina! ion
tins afternoon. Ha ?'i* asked tor a spe?
cimen of his handwriting, hui declined to
giVS it Aft'-r some tilt with counsel for
the defence, howi ver, I Anally
wrote his name on a piece Of paper, and
a, ti,,, requssl ol tim eonnaal bs also
w mle tbs ii.tine.s of i;...ic- Kine
i, pi,,lessor, which were mi thc lu-wspa
w iiiih tin- ringi of Klan-in- La?
mont were enclosed.
TRTIK'' IO lMI'UrATF. DH. l-l
lt was evident from this that tim da
vere trying to connect i>r. Qibeon
with tin- Lamont tmgsdy. Ths witn.se
Identified th, chlseli rmi hsmmer Intro
-1 ii- ed l-y the defence as lils |-i-,p, i ty.
lilied that they were kept in a
!-,. iin being d'-'
aa to his connection with Bt Andrew*i
Baptist ? inn ? ir. Beotiand, a ll
that h.- could not remember tin name of
ths sile. I upon which I' wI
I (though h.- had lived thu <
it- wai asked to give th- location in tim
Bmanuel i lunch of tin- wash-basin in
Which the blOOd-StalnS were found, ll"
further stats I thal in- iuppli< I
thai wi !? uai i. and thal thej uen
in an unlocksd drawer in thc study. Tha
mil ros,,,pe has shown that a SI
varnish stain -m the ?]?? -,f tim
BAW. I lt. Ci!,.-,m's study wa reel, bj
ni. i in sr.Cs coNTKUili Bli
Hr. i : Cooper < *, liege, taM
lasl night that h.- bad found nothing
ibUsb Durranfi statement thai bs
attended ti'- lactuts on the afton.'.-? ol
.\piii .rd. iuni.mt alwag? took i ??
i lures, an J a ai careful In transcribing
them, hence his note-book was In irre.it
demand, lt cannot now be fcund by the
polle-, iin 1 il ls Ciller il] his. ililli Or lilt*
attorney's possession, il>r. Cliensj bs
li.-v. s the elura, ter ol' Ins notes them
eoh iv would demonstrate their genuine*
1' would he ImpOSSlblS, sa\ s ll--,
fur a student to wilie inti! ions notes
of a leet ure w liieh would nut he :
mle on then ir., ,-.
iiiiriusr ks'k.w miss \mi riAM*1.
*? ? ?? rdaj i 'iii- sr Di onis Wah h. ?
mada, calli -I at Police iii adquai ti
inrei- a statement showing thal Durrani
frequently flatted .Miss Williams .
nn ia. During tin- iiuh,ia> se?on, aboul
Christmas and Now Vern's, be bad sssn
them log-ether on several occasions, on?
cer Welch will be an Important witness
for the i-i "i -, tulon, ss Durrani emphati?
cally denied j,, ('tn. i Crowie). afl
arrest, thal hs was acquainted with Miss
Hois tri ts Wrc'w a 1.or Train.
KI KM INC I IA M. Af,A., April S.. A spe?
cial from i', tods ater. Ala., SSJ ll
".i'd,n Mitchell .md Oeorge i<, nm ly,
bejrs s. vent.,,, yins old, undertook tu
wi sch tin- Sample Lumber Company's
hu train yesterday near Hollins, Chg
county, because the engln ter rcfu
'? I i?" "i " i- -"bay i-i... ed rooks, pieces
ot drj ; cross Mas on tim
'i si i. i hi j wi-,- captured rm | tried I ? -
fort Justit '? Robinson and boui I
Tiny dui not make the bond ai. I w. re
ti, ni to jail ,.t Ashland.
mr. PT BA KO MACES,
A I Ut of KnlrUs l-r ihe "Sl.t-gfljlg ti,
lie Held In lt lc hm mid
ih.- entries for the spring masting of
tim Richmond Riding and Driving Asso?
ciation, which an gtvsa hill a. include
mo*** ,,i in, fas-teat bsrsas tiwi have ? \- i
been In Richmond. Ti ? ,, t>,,
running ra. -1 also promi -
full, a good many ppm being on thc
Mink, and Others ere entered from
Ri id.-viUe and w ashlngton,
In the list belOW, the nam,- of ti?
ls -nen Urst, full,,?,..| \,y ,.?. ?.,??. of
tin- man hy whom the horse ls entered,
and then hy the name oi th, tOWH ffum
wini li the horse com.
APRIL 30. *.:*>.r, TltOT.
i harlie Q noan m, Edward Kipps
Baltimore, lld . fr wilke., ih. K ?. .las.
C Bmlth, Richmond; Man Wilkes (Mk
? '. North Bend Btaca Kum. i*)..-?ri
county, V a . Killie l>. Kimi rn i. \V
w.i\. h un de Grass, M I : III i ?
m '. a Risk, w mimaatlc, Conn.; Billy
Acksrsoa (b g.), c. W. Halght, Bavan
iiah, Ca . Nellm Alford iii mi. O. W.
Halght, Bavannah, Qa.; Orphan Hoy (ch.
g.), Hill BtOCk Karin. Hallas, Tex ; Cllp
PST is. | I, .1. W. Cay. Ki-i-lsv ill.e N.
Cj Kor.st Kuy io e.,, *-*, ?*. Nelson,
Bampton (h g) rhalanx, J. C. BmHfa
Ki, hmond: Marlon Craig (h. s. i, .J. i*.
Bmlth, Kichmond; Fanny Marlin (hr m.),
VV .1. Shepperd. Shepjienlstow ti. W. Va.;
nilly Bowiegi (b - '. North-Bond sto.k
Karin, t hal les I t's COUOtJ. \ t Uti I
Kinney (g, nil, Mr. ti. Kass, Kichmond,
Chester Kell th. mi. T K Btackbouse,
Mari "i. _ '' . Menlo Princess thr. m.i, T.
K BtaahbOUas, Marion. S. i'.; Krlme Al
|,.it |h. v. i, B H Nelson, Kichmond,
Kouiss fill (h. k.i. S. ti. Nelson. Rich
mood; Carlos ltelle ih. mi, W 0, Hryan,
Richmond; Paasposl it>. mi. a Kisk,
W iilinianti-. Conn.; Musquetoo (li g ).
C.. \Y. Haigh!. Savanna.1!, tte.; Tobie '*'.
m.), U. W. Halght. Savannah. Ca.
MAV 1. ?-?SO U'T.
Heh Joh:.-, rr uh k?, V\ . C tl regor)*,
Richmond, lilia Anderson (h. ? i. w
C Hrvan. Kichmond, gilla ti. ihr. nt),
VV. Hans, Kichmond; Kitty H. il. nt'.
North-Uend l-*tock Farm, Charlea City
county, Va ; Dashwood tb. ?.), Joseph
I_a88ltcr, Richmond; Lillie D tdun m ,,
W. Cr^en'way. Havre de C.reee, Md ;
Mersala (h. m.). At, Rtik. Willlmantlc,
Conn ; Kally uh. m.j. ti. VV. Uaight. tia
vsni'.ah. Ha.; Postmanter (h. g ). ' I W
Haight, Savannah. Oa.; Orphan Boy (rh.
gi. Hill Stoat Farm. Pallas. Texas;
Prince Albert (eh g.b George l>. Bennett.
Ooldsboro, ,\. c,
MAT 1, 2:i5 fi'
Allen .1 (ch. g.). MW. LISPS, Baltimore;
Md ; Clan Alpine lb s ?. C. Hatch. Hal?
timore. Md., Oalmont *ch. g.), North
Bend Block Farm. Charles city county
Va.; Havelock, Jr. lb. ki. W L
Ki'hmond. Breach wood (a* nf kv. c.
Bryan, Rlehmood- Red Hird th, r ?. T.
l Btaokheaai Marloa, s. C . doy Wan?
der 'I- K', A. Ittsk, VMIIImantlc, Conn.;
Palmetto Prince <t, ak O. kv. Haight,
Sa', anna h, Oa
may 2, MitBOT.
Canny Mat tin abr BS.), W .1. Shepperd.
Sbepperdstown, W Va ; Killy I
ib. kl North-Bead Btoch Farm, Charles
City COO . \\ lllls (la SI. KV. ta,
Kass. Richmond; I ? * dei Heil Ok m.i.
T, L Btackbouse, Manon, S. Ci Menlo ,
(hr. m i. T. I. Btackbooaah, Marton, |
B. *'.: Mlaa day (j '" '? B n. Neleea,
Richmond; Allia B (br mi. \v Orson*
nray, Havre d<- ora, e, Md.. I
m i. I Risk, Wlllimantlc, Conn.; oak?
land Prime il, g.), O KV. Haight, Sa?
vannah, 'ia.. Tobi,- iti. m.i, *;. w. Haight,
Savannah, I , , .
i 'lot lia rd ab. ml. KV. .). Shepperd.
Sbepperdstown, W. v?.; Whitby (ci a),
North-Bend Btoi k Farm, charles City
<oii!it\-. Via ; Ifi Hover (h. | I. T. I.
Blockhouse, Marton, B, Ci Lom Hill
lt,Ik. m.i, Hill Stock Farm, ballas. I
KAI !1, 2:'J0TftOT.
Little Beta (roon m >, 1. C Smith. Rich?
mond; U.iy \\ Uk.-.-* .!? K '? -I. *'? Smith.
Richmond; Miss Thompson tbr m.i.
North-Bend Btoch Perm, Chartae City
COUnty, *> a : Nellie 1> (h. m.), fi. B. Nel?
son, Rh hr,cn I . \ .,;:,, i.a I; (| n, i. \\ .
Ore* nwaj. Havn di I li ace, Md; Lady
?ii (bil in i. A Biak, Wllliman?
tlc, <*onn., Buiy Ackeraon (h. kl <;. W,
Haight, Havannah, Oa . Neille Alford (b,
m.), *; \\* Haight, Bevennah, Oe.; Ko*
lena (h. m.i, nm Bto* k Parra, I
h. | i, .). kv.
'He. N. C.
,.i I ri rstr.s's ltoinsTins, trot ob pacp.
Toodle* ii*, (hr si. a. \\ i.
Richmond; Mlaa Pianey lg as.), John
Mci inley, HI, hmond; Bob Hardy du*, g.),
John Branch, Richs.d; Nellie B
th. m.i, A. Ml. B "iii: Carloa
Bell il' mi. Preston H.'hm. Richmond;
Lune staion (raoaBS g.), M. .) Kim
mr. MAMS BAMAAM.
Contests for the Var nu. Pftari <-r?wins
?i".la Tha AMraeMsaa
Th.- Kiks' i.'.u i . nightly
i neda I i the Tbeatn
A ??*llghtful entertainment programmi is
ham la ? halrman. Tb* attra, tloi
an i um, i,
is being mer* i to.
' '? '"!?* Mai I Sub, of
Harry Greener is li
.lue musk durin*
muititu ? -/niue
u i bea ?? will be raffled. The voting
-dr. Charles LoetPet is la-auin-- I
contest for the Elks' badi,'-. Mrs, chris
Kva-nsen ls leadlna 'he gold-badge con
I. ll, s.- gi locke)
contest for the n lbj Klk.
Master .lohn Popa
for Hi" bl *.*.* le to I ht most popjil ? i
Miss Wi? ;.
. I he most ly. Lib?
erty Council, Jui I il imerti in
has entered the
lg, There ap last night
from i" t ? ii o'clock, and will be nightly
fter during th,- continuance ot the
i Professor Stein's orchestra fur
club will render aome choice music i"
'i be han leoma sti* i ? nbrella
aad ililli,ni cue will >?? naflli ! t^-night
at the fancy table, Mrs. Brasea] chair*
man. All the season tickets have a cou?
pon attached, which entitles the holdei
Ul, W hil h W di be
awarded al the etas* ? t tbe basaar. There
will be a meetlogiof th,- basaar co
. M ,,*, lock to-nlghl al the Tl
Jusilre ,1,,lin'. Court.
Duke, AH'-v Cblldrtaa, William
Phillipa ai 'i Pern,mi B*' ? ns. four boys,
ren charged in ihe P ill, i Court yester?
day w * I - l'il*'*.-'
out of vacant houses Rt. Mil and alls
ea al Bros I .-*'**?? t, os ne I by Mi J. C.
Brauer. The i ,.-?? a is continua l until
i -\i Tuesday.
Kddk Vle.idi ' olored) waa lined ir, a tad
,, sts tra , ursine and abusing Bsrah Cm I-.
i with beatint Cl uiotti Pollard,
anlinued until lo-d
\, .ni,, hmenl was Issn.-1 lt Ma' V
.bine Rosa (col ire I), olio fall* I to opp* ir
on tb* ' i"'.' md abusing
C. K. H ivsta* k nnd M irtnd i B
colored) w*,-r,- arrested and I *
I., fore County Magistrate Vince il
t, r! i\* on n.barn ? of tr*
Ul j , ' th, John B. I 'a*, is
They were lined tri and i oata oa* **??
Little Marv Ce therine Wbltlv win be
n l?. .1. Anthon]
is the little -irl who was recently found
j., the i negro woman named
Hy. Everybody who known Captain An?
thony sneaks In ihe highest terms of
Iiim and nre unanimous In the belief that
no better hom.ubi have b*
fa r the little- waif.
Ortd-I eUows' Annhrrsarr.
Raaaa Lodge, Ne Ito, 1 11. < >. P . ? ?? le*
brated th* seventy-sixth annlven ,
tbe order in Ita r,?iin- m Corcoran Hall.
Twenty-fllfth and Broad sir.-.-ts, inst
nigh! with a speech by Hon. i>. c. Kb-h
ardaon and an address by <!r;i,i,| Lee.
lurer ?? Petersburg. I'nity
Lodge, n ? "'. participated m tho exar
cto* arith them. A line .supper was
served and a mosl enjoyable time had
by ail present.
Braal t ooeoatrated Ia e.
Wedneaday Plorence, Ihe little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas HI Idell, ol No.
, ith Cherry street, while playing
around the I len illy gol hold
of a bm con* anti i and di auk it
her mother discovered what *h<.
had done. The child llnaered until \..
morntng. winn stn- died.
Th* little child was ;a ve;ir and a half
old. Th,* (uncial will take pines to-day.
\ *-tllMll I re.
The alarm ol fire turned In last night
from box i*. al 1! o'clock was occas
bv the Burning ,,f a building us.-.i na a
ind oa ned by Hoi, .tones.
The '."ss was ,nut "?_'.*,". which a is
The origin of
the Ure ls unknown.
sic a ash 11 ut. i>.
ltatora '''I Oal sf S?rt. Just He Same aa
The customer B l!*il>' In the
"Ulva that razor a turn or two on the
-.tr.,p," li" sail "lt hurts my fa
Th,- barber Closed the leaoi and took
??I i-i.iirt know it -wa- mi i," be ra
?Marked BS led to freshen the
"Tired?" cia, ulai ,,m,*r.
sir. tin d. or sick.** r> i-poodod the
A razor K-'ts s ?, sometimes, thal
,n't do aaythlna with n. roma
.som.- barbel tired while otters
nr.. it is rick. The weather seems to
arta-a-t them Just Ilk,- it does folks. "11
damp, chilly weathei raaora ?
good for nothing anytime li
I ina and strop them all >OU please,
but th, v wont take a decant cutting edge.
When t'hav K' ! that way you've s'ot to lay
them away for awh.i.. Von SOS, the edge
of a raior. whan looked at under a mlcro
? WWW, appears to be a fine saw. Well.
M,, another acts on these teeth, and
when it - damp am) chilly they get
?Ciatchy. awl then we say the razor is
ui. i Bometimes nearly ovary razor In
a shop will be affected, and then we bar
,i eaoasd by pretty near every cus?
tomer ere shave."
-A record for rapid rail-rolling." says
thc BnglaWOrtag and Mining Journal,
?was made by the aouth works of the
Lackawanna Iron and Steel Company at
Scranton, for the week ending March 9.
The converting mill made 6,042 tone of in?
gots In eleven turns, and tha south rall
mill rolling &,2oi ton of finished rall."
CHARLOTTE'S BIG FIRE.
A LARGE HA RE Ito Ts E COMPLETELY
Pererel ?t.ir'h.'ti'e* t'rii?he.l lo hy Felling
WaMS ths Lamm* wu) i.. ?**.V
CHAIU/OTTK. N. Cn Arrll S ? ?
the gbtsisal Bras in he nietory of Char?
lotte occurred this afternoon. The im
lirick wa: Sanders A
-Backwood, on PstfSga street, wae dls
| rn he ablaze at 3:30 o'clock, la
thc third -tory of the portion OOCUptsd
hg the hardware department of Hrown,
vv.ddiiictnn .v Compaay. 'rh.- mom was
with sragons ami waodsa .
Tin- tailldiiiK coul-1 nut he saved, and
the tire broke out soon afterwards in
the part of the huildinj* occaptod by the
cotton brokerage firm of I low ell. orr M
Company, which hurtled, as did also tim
? Harrison Watts. VV. K. Km wll,
e. c. Bprlaga.
The stores ol .1 W. Brown, .1. I
borough, J, A. ?)'- , Hiern I'hem
Ical Oompnny, 11 Q Link, i'i-i-i iiros.,
K A I .mean. W . H HOOVCT, and tis- Of
of j. 11. sloan ? Company, wara
- in by falling wails.
Tl,.- gr, l the street several
titins. and Ignited saloons, and livery
stahl's th.re. hm the] wara saved, with
bill slight danii.
Ths 'irigin of th.- Hr.- |s unknown. The
, Hi ) . bstwi ? n >,' - "?? snd IMMtO;
p. rhsps, ii- rs ' "\i rai by in
Mit ntl it 11 ir.irs FtBWB,
Tte Seem* Informed About North Carellan
ItntMil. ir, un.
WASH I.V IT i\. I'i
tor Pritchard, ,,, North Carolina, ls In
: ,1 .. tte] or two and will k ave
ia for Bonton, athen bs win de*
. at the 1 lr Wi dinn -r Satur?
Discussing the sii uti m in his ntate. ha
si-11 h.- believed the ass! National con?
vention would have tl.,- -mild Republican
"in North 1' .-"lin 1 i'i '?' ? "?'
of McKinley for President, although bs
admitted that Bead bad many I
U-. believes McKlnle) isnttmsnl
ls the strongest I,., ans, the Seiitli 11.ls
building tip. and that can only bs dons
through de policy of pi fa hi th
McKinley is tin- greatest living exponent
>. nstor ri ii- li.1 ? ? 1 his O' ii'-!
in lin North <'molina would
send a delegation t" tin- convei Mun ready
fur fi.-.- comas Ht im
n!n tlur In- thought a free coinage plank
rt rn tu.- platform, bul !-?? M
confldenl tint tin- convention will do
lng mom than make the usual
perfunctory premiss aad that lt will de
.1.U-. 1:1 fa-. ,,r of enlarged and freer use
of silvi r.
A RtrB Ilurnei at Bsa,
XKVV VullK, April '..V Tin- st,-am yacht
' 'a[ iain Tow berg-, w inch I
iis morning from Nissan. \. P.,
April L'lst. r.-pnrts fha' winn off Hat
1 1 ? barh winiam )i.
Meta, Captain Wakely, bound from
irlck, April 1Mb, for Phllad
This ia probably
? ported by the steamer Dun
1 -i lieKenatU , -; , don foi
Liverpool, which arrived at Norfolk yet*
var vat ron 1 at or nts.
linly Om- Kadi Win nt Hu- Memphis, Naeh
vllle a,,.i lt..|,T Track,.
MEMPHIS, April 25. To-day v.
" the meering St.iried tll.,1
tin- tia, k aaa been |,,,.,... i(t Montgomi ry
laik. bul in spit,- (Jr thia 3.?m people
brave- th, we,ii',,1 a;,-I saw Hi
i- in each -vent being large. The
talent was again unsuccessful, as siva
v aa tin- ,,idy favorite tc land the
iur them. a match race, with fi, mi
added, which was scheduled to take
pl,c-e to-da) i'll-.-, 1, i: . i Ban ta Anita,
ish Day, lu Tstnblen,
and others waa declared ofr on account
Of til" Weather. Suillll. .
l-'iist race selling, threi quarters of a
mil' Bai ney Aaron, Jr. (LUI 1'. Oraham,
Ito I. in-!. Francis Pope aecond, Brown
Dick third. Tim.-. Kim,.
tit '"'"l race half a mli-. Colonel Bar
retl 'ii.'. C. Oraham, n? to li first, Lalla
Rookh aecond, fairy Dance third. Time,
Third ra,, three-quarters nf a mlle-.?
Hayrai k (MT, Chorn, VA to i> first, .Miss
? a third. 'lime.
Fourth in,-., three-quarter! of a mlle.
Hodgson HUB, A. Clayton, Vi to n tirst
Ro il I- Burrell'a Billet ton-:.
Fifth ? Ightha of a mlle SK,,
(102, Chorn, _ to li tirst. Shield I
third. Tin. |
Bl-**th raci mil- an 1 a hall .hm Henry
Cd. Walker, :. to li first, Wauhatchle
H .1 Prince third. Tim. .
the rsvoBrras bow*u>b orga.
.\ ami vi kkk. TENN.. April te -Tbs at?
ti nd ll liv ?.is
? inrge as usual, the Wi
Cu, stening. A light ram dm in
ing ??i'i- I i ,- duet, hut th- h., i> remaln
howled ov.-r Pittsburg, it' tl"' Issi
? und".I ins hackers. Summaries:
six furlongs. Necedah 196,
A. Barrett I to li tirst, <;.g.- Miller
1. m.iei.!i uk third Time. l:l_
1 'rouse (110,
Blaugbter, *'? to u Brit, Rondo se ond For
Third I a half fur
Weather Predictions: The weather tu
Nut in business (we've seen over -i .1
but in .ki initial clearing-up Friday
remembered?bound tojo it at these
pieces?small lot- all down at the kn
ot these price**, then (tad the advertisi
st n will be odious?for the other telle
: Ink s!\J>- of Crinkle Sattecn, the
U ghi 1 ? r | th
- of the Wide, Unrk-K.riiii!id
l2'-,e. Battsea for I l-te. the
in Remnants of Yard-Wide
!'?( Remnants nf a. I", an-l VS-. Satteen.
Cambric, (*allco, and Crepe, thi
IM I ure silk (Ten., and Twilled, tii.r.ti
and Solid Colored Windsor Ties, they are
worth . l-"-/' Ihe
Rubber Mi i- es, sold for ?
ur-ln-lland Ties, made of white
P. K . gingham .ind Hannels, sold for 25c.,
lui WbltS P. K. Tech Scarfs, worth IC.,
to-day le. ea, h.
.lust Ti Gentlemen's Laundered Shins,
colored hos.m. attached cuff h. itti'Xl mate?
rial and well made, sold fur lee.; only 3
siz.-s left, I:.'-. I* aird l'i'-j; to doa.. 35c.
each, or 3 for tl.
Outing Flannels, worth I-1--' whole
piece, ii-miiauts, afr. the yard.
- k.*h1 Q-le-Thread. Kure White.
Peart-Button, French-Neck Kn lerahirta,
in a f'w sUes, worth TV.. To cloe.
M.-n's Mc. (laure .Whirls, any sue, I0r.
I ! lot of leather and Snake Skin
Kleaehol Tahle I - Inches wide,
,l cotton, or,iv Bc. the yard
MA IM Kid illoves. 4-hi.tton and
mus<-uctalre. regular ll goods, only 13
palra left, _5?'. a --air.
nrrwade India.-, in colors; Striped Surah,
lee, and Figured Taffeta all worth
He., but lt is,a broken lot, ao -Oe.
the yar !.
If vour size In Korset ls ls. ?_-,. *J6, 27,
> -? ur 30. will aell you ? MM p, ?,
.l Sylvia '"onset for ll es
A small lot of Silk Remnants, Sc. the
4 packs Kay finis, M in pa.k. Wc. pack.
lo.igs.-Brownw.Hv) (MS, Blauehter Ito
la tirst. Kati, 0 second. Lay-On third
lt (J, second, Lay-On thi
TF\mrthT^e~selllng. live and a heir fur*
longs, s v\ -l "nea. 3 to ?>??*??.
Seri, gtmfe second, Rachel McAlester
thin! Time, * ,, , ?,_
Fifth race-selling, mlle and a sta?
te-nth. --pittsburg (IW. Turre?r, even) nrto.
Van Karen second. Millari third. Tim.-.
OXLY oxr. VAVOBITI WON AT ROBT.
CHICAOO, April 8 Nol until OxBTma}
race did a R<">by favorite win
Thia was Lismore. Welcome and Menao
lme were winning s, "**?..,
Character and Freddie L the successiui
ouUMers The slr ?? V"" ,A*U
and the attendance MOO He"iilts.
ptret race live I '""",mpi":'
Kanwas (.liri second. *'Indera third, nm'.
1 race nix furlonga -^"l'-*!*?"
Ant, Alban i md. Ktnaora
third. Time. 1:1' ? ,1nnkn
Third ,fUr, liar
Chars. '? ?/?>''-,%lir
third Time, i Al l-t- _.,._._ ,
P.,...* I t'M-1-.MiKs. l-rc-*-Mle 1
ti,-'. univ B. aa ond, Dago third TUMP,
j ,-?.e. .,-veti fulton?. Lismore
Hrs-,. Hartford BSCoid. Ktml>.-rl>
Time. RU. _
Look, like Another lurf *.W
KV vslII.W.TnX. April ?.-The Virginia
jockey club has decided to race six days
n w.ek after th* ??* Pr?'-"J"t
J. aM?y Uth. Il M aaM -nat the
meetliiK will be continued under the rm-s
of the Wester,, Turf ComfOOg. the Ut
ter body having notified the Bmnanarai ol
?,.- virginia Jockey club i*cen?y h; f
the meeting at Bt Asaph could i.<
,l?,t.,l under the Western TOftW.and
thal a Heanes could ba grantod. or better,
that the Virginia Jockey edah would oe
ndmltted lo membership as Boon ae tne
track al st. Asaph bad been enlarged to
n mlle coom That the track will be en?
larged, ls atl established fact, bul wheth
,T it win be dene In ths near future or
:, will entirely da-pen,I upon S Bnai
meeting of all laities interested In the
Virginia Jockey Club.
\\ bat stand the old Demil
,'lub will take, should the St. Asaph
meeting Ix*- continue! daily after May
lilli could not bc ascertained to-night.
lent t. h. Joana positively de?
clining ? his opinion on tl
bad no: I".totlfled
Officially bv tba Virginia .lock,-y Club "t
the latter's action. Th" agreement arrived
al between ths two eeoodattona In Rich?
mond, Va., leal January srdl to tia* ? ? n
alternate datea "until further notice
Bhould, however, the Virginie Jockey
Club insist on tai'Ina,' six days I
doubt that the * dd Dominion
club will do likewise, and th'
outcome will be a merry turf war In thc
northern part of virginia.
Whisky Trust leCalTeBehla,
CHICAOO, April M The report of John
McNulta, Kdward P Lawrance and John
J. Mitchell, the rea, Ivers cf the V
from !'? bruni * Bh to '
re-iented to the el -rk of th" i nlted
Slates <"lr iii Court at noon to-day. Tli"
report ts confined strictly t" a atatement
of the flna.'i, lal operations of the trust
during that period. The recetva
iln-ii* a ross recelpta from all
leaving a balance of *HW,.'i<*fi In the honda
of Receiver McNulta when th- other two
d on M ireh -3d.
His ."iew Beal.
"Look at that brown stone r>; -
tha erayl" moodily exclaimed tha
mau wit li Lhe shaggy hair, "lt's o
likely as not, by
that never dW B day's work ni his life, ll"
j got it by speculating in reel eetat.*
gambling In urabi, ,>r st a um.- I" lum from
som'* rich father. If ha lill,', gel lt that
way t omebody out ol it. Bv
, rsl,,,.Iv is out for boodle th,
was: There isn't any chan*
est man, and if a f.-How's poor bl
i ti r I,- dead. Th, re oughl t" bi
deal -Ul round. Hs George, th" burdens
j of society ain't ,,|ualls dis! i ituite.IT
Boms ol ua has had more than mir .shu.'*.
! Of them, and we've put UP Willi
? aiaaiut ns long ns we're going to,
' of thesa days vou'll s.a. "
' -las-,, r. ' l,i,,k>. In bia vite, "I wdnh
i you'd carry thc baby a little While. I'm
tired out:" Chicago Tribune.
The largest Bible In the world i. a
manuscript Hebrew Bible, In the t
| weighing* Bl poonda
Wbai Warnga Like*,
TO OPP* SI Wa ll ',,h j,
and in, wiunaii, be -ah., homely or comely.
i faehlone I ? i wraps'.
: J"st wal ? I,..,.', , olumn
i or Tim -rim, -. fm- ther,- alli surely be
som,?Ulina- you Braal. Von will lind
stylish spring wraps, hand
: , ..stun,, s, comfortable wrappers, Buffy
* '?'? aists, ill I
, lng dresses trial sro ,<? wllderlng i
And the ' hil,lr, h.
ovei look* I. Pretty
ts will I," shown from ti:ii" to
The Tim.- , hangs
In Hs fashion service, la order to Ul
mon promptly tli" hun,lr,-:
that ar.* pouring lu daily. All om
' will be itv* n prompt and ?
attention, and the patterns win reach the
it and best-kaown pet
tern housaa in ii"* North la supplying
: morns to The Timee. Tha
i- not one-third <>f whal is unuallj
for tli" patterns, and I Itu ely
oi tin- latest atylee, m my of them being
Import* -I dlr* I 'mm Purls.
Oo to I Iprll *!"th, M
2d, and 3d.
'-vl-.lv will probably be Fair.
lousand Fridays .it the same o.'d sandi
sale. We'll make this one lone io be
low-ebb prices. Every Remnant?odd
u'-t notoh. Make a mental inventory
meats oi Dther merchants. Comp*ari?
ill lil "I* ,
'?'I'"'*, to ? the pound
Hllverine Purr i ut-ntiv
the pric* each
? * Inet-ihae w mt* n, tal
ikea Kine Toilet ,M1|,, nutrient
I ms high . s I,'*.; iugJTily
lied, ao the "anny
U Pine j,.t .\|K,. ii
to-day io- --,..*, C ?*?
, *"" ' i wldthi of
,.'' R" ibides Navy-Blue Lrenn
thc yard *'*
Rrmnanta nf Lt -,.., ,? wMte, I
and blaa k. at o-ne-inird regular pu
Can you wear
I.over? \\ o have ahout 12, ti
J) and .oi-.: . boles for
Lad:--.* a'ainbrl | tucks and
w* I- hem
Robes, ' r?'.\
hr! ? inserting and cambric ruffle, only 5<v.
t'hild's Short Cream a'ashr-i-re Cloaks,
I regular pn *?*, i
Linen Shades, fringed. !'"*., with nil
I pl., es All-Wool 2-ply Carpets, ftc.
grade, tte. t li?
ll .IB Smyrna Ruts, f rim :
t> Moquette Rugs, I yards long, I .aird
I?t of M and 75o. Smyrna Door Mats,
10c. Itu-? fringe, 5c. the yard, double
itel Sets, with two nharns, ware
Any Remnant Matting In the house,
the la-,-, ami tho -tai,*, quality, ?'" th" yard,
ii nats of Hrusi-els, lindy ((russels,
Velvets, and af*M|Uetteo, Cc. tba yard,
i ? nemile Cover/, ll ralue,
Dry Gooda, Carpets, Shod*, B tfE
Clothiiij*;, Trunks, 15al>y Cur
riages, Window Shades.
TO-PAY you may have tho
choice of all the lots of Boys'
Short Panta Suits that have ho
coino broken in sizes. We want
to gain time, so we're wilting to
lose money. The present priest
ought to clear 'em out in a day.
There are not many of a kind
ami mont of 'em aro single Suits,
What stron_rer recommendation
ot* their worth could you haw
than that they've all heen sold
CM i-pt I t'i'VV 1 I.CCp tWO thiltgl
in mind they're All-Wool and
all stylish Spring Suit-.
A. SAKS & CO.
Noi ? ',i lu >c?r*?.
v\ .nit i . remnsni ?. ?
? Do ibl. -Bi | .
IMO, rem i I
en, h i, 7. I ?). 1", atl I II. Worth ?,
; 'it Ti.lord .'.
? um,int. pri ?
K. 7. ? Vi ? iiii-ru
lmr>-' one each . ?
U yei ' ennriiit i ?
ni, re. worth IMO. remnant pr!
7. I", and ll .
Worth M, remnani i 11
,\- Chevlol made
i-i \. ns. \\ orth J,. '
Mixed C ? k si IK
7. Worth *
!?'! ?,. \\ ?",-? I fi .
with v 1\ ? ? 1 un*
7. Worth ll. !'? riui-ini i r I
i.,,i i th Milk
i. mu- ;,, ' rn > i'. snd mi' 7. Woi th
rem nan I pi
One Int Chiidren'i Straw Hjt-ti
(wortii |j,|1.26snd 11.60) re*
31 1 East Broad.
Siiierl-ti-M* B*aiit), tibttMtM Ue.
gaucp, Ahsolult* PerfieMoti.
$1, $1.50, $2.
ret how we '**)) such Shoe
makliiK tor .. ian tit y and
small profit ko t,? make up the pre-r-rit
?h.i* lu our wa.v. \\ ?
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