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IN MANCHESTER \ Load_d Wagon Passes Over a Man's Body. BETTING READY FOR THE FETE. Mane he-sie-r la 'Mii.-.r n 1'lnr Klicmlng In Hie Tra'lc-.' I'linule Kiriike-u \\ ni, Ctoaaajgdatna e>r tho tii-ain. lil iel Me lil I,,n. Manehester Bureau, Richmond Times, 1112 Hull t le BU* k A white mun , \ Icli nt ly (rom the coun? try, fell from Mg wagon cn Hull Pi O'-ar the corner of lifchth str. ? t. y< day afternoon and v. tmely hurt, and rn ghi h.vc le n killed had he not be* n drunk. He fell ever the fr.,r.t of tim wagon, ?Inking on his head Tu e.i-er his body was heavily |es>dei with lime. The man ndf j.' m I ;lnn where Kr M I him TKAKKS KAUAI'K. A most fi.' I Ot tlief Itun iaesB Moa'g I night ai T'".? f*g Hall * w_. ,,.. - manlfeet ed nnu.-t. Inn i<*t lr. aleal ani ? la te, -ilv.,; t he reporti gabe ? th. IV. J ? J' ': t .ufactur-inir j>!.it.!s li K ' 1 join ?h s proc oh are ree ? Mr. lt O. Wood a nted Chief n would ?I Bt* raised 1 mem ? - i . ? Maj Hall Tba meei ? (?steed .'? - ariah tbe ? r. The - sith 111. r i IT. I id, the I ? ? instalments. Th. request fl i lt di, a? eoe ? from 1 - ?' erl - \ ? - ? i nt. t. Thc red on Hull lo ti, ? ? I lr. E. S ' vi ' Ibo aaa* areli I >? - ? i Bl ? tb YVt'h . il lind ? r the ? ' -.- Sat? ire" K . mat bad. The rema!- ' Jenkins for fir (he nea ? ? T*d the elty >?. M and ?.? "ThcVestis the Cheapest/' Expedience teaches that good clothes wear longest, good food gives best nutrition, ar J a good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medi? cine money can buy, because it cuns when all others fail. Poor Health ' Had Mtv health ftp < ? ...k and hips, tutth constant headache. -ie"*f-c5t!?5 and rn arix'thr. Used Hcxxfs barsaparilli. puned strength ind can <uvr<V hard all day; ti.' heartily and -.'.<?" 'well. I took it because it heired my huslind lo whom ri yate st'ength." Mn. E. J. Giff els. Moose Lake, Mmn. ZfiwdUSt lio-d** Flin car* 'ive, ill*. th* noa Irrtuttn. sod __.!/ ctal__siUc te uk* wits Uwod't ___.**. eil u_ ATBESRYS. *WiK, x*MlflMH Your Derby M rtHI X*M\MU $3.00 M tin- sum many have se! aside lor their new derby. We've made special iirovision for you. Buying in such quan? tities direct from the manufac? turers wc have other battels' DSOSl 5} qualities to offer you at $y o. They're in Blue. Brown and Tan?newest blucks. Urdartaberi B. h Morrl* etta f. I taken tn the realtlr:u<' ol Mr -? I beet Tb* i 'in,.ii,,r yenna lad) occurred Mon H"r many I pained lo beni of har - ? ?? t< M .. . i M Matti* uh i r, I i. ..-ir ? BS] -i rm mbar "f tba li.iinurtdlr. ail! take | John T. 1 rho I a In Po ? ta MR. i-:akn"1.t m. le-.Mt* ?.?a by Sore] l ? Hom ? At ri if tin' Matu li' itei ? li ti ? i Mi Oil .Mr. i.. P. Pool and Mr. ' ? tt. Judo ? ia! ,i man. Mr. ? Willi ? i Ml , m high tnt. to, Tin ? ? lenard '. THE WINSTON RACES. \ Munificent Sireel Pnrndc Pre I tin- IKii uii. I vms ... ? al.?The ? ' N, a i In tl it Ave I ? ? ? 1 I 1 ?? . 1 ?" ? ' hy ; B. la. I lightfoot, br. i ? ? ? . ' i . (Wt hlnaton) .< ?> i; ->,ti- ni I. tiiiii.i. \ ri, OHIO, Ocl M Apple* .i. k (SO to I) Ital ? ? Trice ii to I) third. Time, I-M '-i trent) yalda , llitlnk IK' ' J | !;?, mi.-., i Bain iii to i -I,,' ' itumri fl KnsiKlr'K un.,. John Vt: ti. - ii i" : i third ki ft ii rrn-i ? mlle nini ;i S (I tn ii lint, Kodak (4 t KiMim 02 ti K third Tuan, I ? I., -li Hs .it Vf,|,,."l,ii |. N'Kw ?v 04UC, Oct nnd a half (ui n ?nd 1 to rhlrd Timi*. K'S. **eorind ra I ia 1 I llxtl Booti h Plaid '" t and outl iieoad Thno, I Third ? -Alva ?f-t, tJnei* Trials (MO to vthruruis tr, to 1) ? 1 fl I-". I'.iri ? mil* -ind a alxteenth? ? to Ci third ? (7 tn 2) ' i'm (IS tn 1 I to I 'lura ?i tana i . ?euron fl" to 0 to ll tree third fla H.-SIDNEY, 11; ST. ALBANS, 0. Will Play lilt hum,ul CMlsJOJI \<U Sat Bsanaj Here, ' |?! .1 v -?' l ' . v V \ ? '? r '.'I Albina . I., n in 'nv." Hamp I th, inth, In Ka | af th* ' Reena**) VflirnaUi i' ? ni**alojBa OMAHA nki: Ott :t Win am Jm nlaai Bryna to-day otarted m ott hs ?s?t c*mna'go'ng tour of Nebraska be? ra** election. Hl? first ?odreij was st 8,*vflrrvs*N"rr' where he anoVe 'n 'he f*t*r? Park. S'>?-'ch-*s war* ?lsn msde st I>svld City Shelby and several other points. I-arg* audiences greeted him at each place. MANY PRETTY OCTOBER BRIDES Numerous Marriages Were Celeb: ted Yesterday. THOSE WHO TOOK SOLEMN VOWS Mi Andrew II. Smlllicr Weela Ml*,, Annie May smlilier 'Nf.W.T. Wpm. .ir., and Mise* 'h-i.il.'in_.in The Other Coupli**. IJndet Hie Mai ahJea anal hen ith the ' sun of a balm;. I young coujii- s yaaisrosy antered UM mer* mid good wishes of friends by the hundred I. Mi cv <leoda.ii and ll iii Adelaide Montacui were naarrled ins; ' ,.- ' ? tl !l-"!l-St . tl-.ll I i k hana ? belan tba appa nted hour ? of the young i eera admitted, many .i BU?. daughter of R. a lat . ? . - etty, ead ..... - yoong ' ' KKIDKS She wa- elad in a Milt of dark I lOtb ? eotTeeporad, and : br da i Hi r Nolba M tal ifne, a ut ? ? ? | ? u v. "i pink trimmings, an . i ir* ? Tba groom, Mr. E, Manley Qoodwln, Q : ? among b a friends, i li iccompanled by 1 M .-' I V '. - ? reriiiK lng up i to thi ?n:ii,l of bi on thc li ? I t and altar ?i-uk,ny the; bridal party 1-ft M< ndtlaoohn, and -.tho ip i were di ;ve-.'.i al 01 ? to th" ?? . 1 Richmond Mr. and ' bride sud iee Bmlther, ? Mai -1 ? T. .1. - : - r ba a 1 who bnow him. ? ? ? - of Mei delssohn's ? - ? vi ry handsome. \\. -1 bongan ? I ? with ? ll.r Tlial'l - willi VI I, ? VI' of ih. B ? after rc < ? Ivlng 1 ' ? , The ir-re 1 were M ? n, \n ? Ile,eil -Mella. aa ? rt Kelly, 1 I ? - Or. Bel I ? I B . .;?- M. E. 1 ip '. ? 'I : I - .. rid Lc Itll-UIV III VVfl'c and Mr r, \ [LiT-it to BBB. riNsriAM so. Mata] "Dear Mrs. Pinkh_.i_?For nome time I have thoupht of writ inp to voa lo let you know of the -Treat Loneri* 1 , have received /*<-I--_? *-?**--i *rom tne BBB "' Mrs. Johnson u< Sa''ed from Insanity by Mrs. Plnkham hums V,. hie Compound. Boon after the birth of in} fir t child, I oona* an need lo have opella with my spire. Beor** mouth I |rewworee ami at la.st be-ceme so bad thut I found 1 was, gradually _oa__tg my mind. '? The doctors treated me for female troubles, hut I got no better. One doctor told me that I would be insane I waa advised pe a friend to (-ive Lydia E. Piukhama Vegetable t'ompouud a trial, and before I had taken all of the first bottle toy neighbors noticed the UhgBfg in me. "1 have now taken five bottles and cannot find words sufficient to praise it 1 adriee every woman who issufferiiiL' fr> ii. uny female weakness to give it a fair triai. 1 thank you fur your good medicine "?M hs. t'r.*tTBUDB Kl. Jc.mi.n BO_i, Jo.'-KMBOUO, TKXAS. Mn Perkin*' Letter. "I had female trouble uf all kim's, had three doctora, but only grew worse I beiran taking Lydia E. Pinkness'), Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and uaed tbe Sanative Wash, and can? not praise your remedies enough."? Maa. trna Puuuai, Via.ul, La. I R-aux, of this city yere married Mon? day at the home of the bride, Washing? ton, D. C. After Nov. Rth Mr. and Mrs. Breaux will be at home at No. 12 rant Franklin r-rr ? ? Mr. Mrcani I- manager for the Ballard and Ballard COSBJIOBT. rt thia city. ?si ii ,?? i..,iri . n. Mr Jori'ph BetaOtt* aral Kial Lo I 88 ?'<'r rl?an w-frc married yeateMay morning at BL M U v - I i hoiic , lurch by Kev Kat Kr Wh ii'1 K.nimgartner, the pa.itor. Mr Schntt* ls an employe of the Hich nmnd Lor-tanwttva Works. HI-, bride la a "h.liming vating lady. lu Ucl To Dav. M -.cary anti Mr M. St Jnhn .'.,alter will l- in..-rif.i to-day at IdOBOO nf MOjOf lr; way t\ AOSO, Na K north Sixth street. Niau I Sheahan and Mr. Jame* ll. BOWtU are to wei nt o'ctOOk thia afternon at st. Katr;. Vi hnreh Mr David SheUnr, n i Mi - ki; ?? I'hrisUan win be marra-1 at J o'clock ireh M I!.miry ii,rm,ri and Mr. Jame." H. Clark will wwi at . a' - .' | .I" fa \t i: Ho ?. ? md Mr. J A'.'.t-ii v .' I A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING. Maioinae ot T. Rtediard Sebwnb and MinaOort reeta rlahl , Mar ra, fi ai:ki:.\'1"i'N". ya . - ? ? ,l - T. Ka al , . rrude M.n lyn, dau ? '. Mr. and d this ste ? .rated - and .ut ll l.. . j ii raard Willa K 1. . Th" Btld* ? ii'- n d ila- ? ireh with :.? r tattaei i. Mr. F. fl Tbe i ' ' a > ; ' I "The Kr I he ??ro.->m, Mar tjro vva ra l'?? 0 m? i Mna, ol Wit i - " . and J. I: i, v n *?J'i . I md . re tin.' Kt oom -I ; Nev. "-:i il. ! 1 . - ' ? ' ? Ity of '? , . lloyd, ? ? ? A LARGE CLASS I ,,i 11 Rtabi \| |.!n a ia Before tbe fl ? Benni Ol Kim. iii li i I - I ? ' ? J. '-. ' ? Binti i ? .'ii.i.H-si.iii. ? lib the v,u s, , , , i the-1 r o I hi.' .^raph, and : ..? .' ..f th" 'il.! ll I'I ' elk's ki.u nina t anapala**, A m*-?-tlng of i Ri rr ld * t ? i.aVl, ga m-*>t In lilli Prneileal Barcery for vuimrr.. An ". ? rw nv ' orosoi at tbe A at fl ?r before Ihe 1 to in -h i will -apnrata v.e. ore tl Panatana li Wi ll. liv >.iiim: I ir Inii.rnv.'.l under Pl mb M Cnn a about road**? le 8 ? bom* tr..rn ii. pital .Mr. Sanrth'a CVr-nfiHtaaa. Mr ll SJ Smith Bf , n*M v-ry r- ' ? his .'kJlidltinli Wa-, Mr*. i:mi' ? - N" '?' ''<*r. T1,. -,''-? Jnhn linders, who han |? . . wa.- urn-hanged lOOt nuht. , aim Ni>?? Maa* WASlllSOTOS, Oct -I-A r-ab'egram ? t] | D*i irtata ? lanes rai "ivs that th?* oeairitasani hag been ?''-?,. .1 aver to . bj th" in ' nj irt Mf,l.nt. Castro if ins \try popular . I.-?-??.^??? ll'Viilor K1K- Mir. e. CHICAGO. Oct. Si?Ttal pass*ng?r ?:? vitor tn the Warren-Springer building, 331 South Canal street, fell from the n'xth floor to the h>*ement this evening, killing one man and Injuring three, two I ut whom will die. *? The Children "5 Ye'<il\_ _MjM\% That the best ^%:%K'' thing they know is the new wafer-1 Uneeda Jinjer ^k-?K Waufer. Its delicious taste has capti? vated the little folks. You'll like them. Everybody likes them after they have once tasted You've never tasted anything like it. A new flav a new crispness, a new delicacy. Baked by tl best bakers in the leading bakeri, . t \ box and try them. Packed in a new air tight and moisture proof box which keeps in the goodness?keeps them fresh and crisp until you want them. or* ie Have you tried Uneeda Biscuit? Madeouly by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY. Bete orwaorB of tba Uaee-marb Uneeda. - BREAKING OF lilli ECCENTRIC ROD Cannon Ball Train Delayed by I to Engine. ARRESTED IN PETERSBURG. hi iiieni) Coane* in a Meet Ina i dbe I |.Ile),ll, II,,.ml- lie ||? ll. vi a ' - Mau- Will t.ni/,- 1 hi iii iii I lie Neat- I'm ni' ? - I from tba Union Depot. j. i ni t>> ? .ll ,L I. , i f io: r BO be ? A in ? .1 Ba] TUB Tl.e ter Man ? and li n Vt P ?' ? tl.le. 1 ? more la jj. . ? I'l ' ? ' tty. ? " pim nf OBI At a ra Itste ertnte . | pl tal. tho rr- ? .ns to be n the K'; > trr. w. F. Dreary, vvh-, waa the In Urea Itatl i : -irit in thi? humane project lr. - bellaree tho Itate - ? ro'ooy in the ne.ir future The monthly te>rm of the County Court of Burry is bein* hCl te--eaj Tin-re are no ea?c? of public ri tba criminal docket The . from the Chapter of tho era of the < *onfener icy of P lo tho Oran. >, r..n . In Ki' hmond Beal vi ck aro Mn li L Vt itaon, Mra K. t Meade Mr* Na \v Cbilboraa, Mrs Ashton ai M < ta ? Th,- .'.il ,? .f Mr* C K Kine*, on 07081 nish stive, w.is deatroyed by fire firs niornln-rs with contents. Fifty hair apples were burtieJ. INDEPENDENT IN PRINCESS ANNE Thc-I'eeiple.-ire Kicking Stn.ny 1"." ?' Mae Illili- nie-ihocls. s>'"M IIII.K, VA . Oct ci.il Mr Willum T. Moree, Ol this eoiin ty, han j ti ? - *naOOnceed himself un imle peiiticiit __^-*Bdato fee ibo rtoune of Deie gaiaa lg in* e_m, winch tu- erl trlhute throughout the- county thi* w-,-k, !:ires that he will auport tba II- n. j iloeja Tyler for the United Btefea Ben* Bte, ls fOf Improving- the public ? and for better , lei non laws. Much dlasatlsfactlun ia felt and tx p-cts:d at the action of the last Demo? cratic convention, the volr* 0f th* p*o pie being very much stifled by the mein* oel* employed. The people are outspoken In their views and say that this thing must have an end. From appearances a very Ure* uer ? . il to ' ? ' ? A LIVELY TIME. Sold < >nt bi nu i ? 'H. I ' I ; ? ? ' ? ' I ! I M i I ar I lr, - ? ' '. " ? ? : in I i i HIV. Hr*. M ,.' k. K.-nl. ?h the : I \\ lill.lill fi tri ? chun b *?1 i? *i| In ni* Marrar*. i lag i ? r nf Mr J H ?r tallier - i last evening of consu: , ' ? -'Uer. was i not MiUte ; ? She was fully eon--.-! " . .Dal t ttl,. " . in th. ir bar* .\ ? int'iit, H.r ' '"? nrl' '."..kV. DE.A1 HS. UKI 11 -In,-! OetOtaM -: M it til" realden.I her a li.,.v a ? ? '''? I reel M M., ?*"'"' Reid. Funeral from : church WEI N - Interment in ll r . ? I'"'. ">. BK I KN K 1 X M ' at In r Pulton, Mr*. MAR! ' : ' :" ?**? I 20th year of her ' *0O- I 1 ,Krv ton I ?'"?">> WEDN EVENING at I *? **'"? I flail. ? .c I- aidonea mother li county, ? o'c'ock P M Tuesday. October 21 1800 WIUatAM WAG-NER; aged tw?nty-*la years and four months. Th* funeral will take place trcm. 8t. Patrick'* fhurrh THK USDA lt MORN ViH a? IT oclotk. Int-o-msal lu Oakwood. NORTH CAROLINA COTTON GROW! A Strong Di!-1'-\ i n ti Atlanta Convention. :OVE THE PAIR GROUNDS Km ned in i 81 ible mi; ilciajlt, I be Silver Jubilee "i Mn Good s|, , I, i ,| ? t ', \ ., gt ? ? -? \ _ ? : IH'!. ' 1 in lh< ? ' riv ol fr ' - I V 1 ? ? ' ? ' I I I la n_) I -.. Carn* ima. In., i Uni ? i in Pt lanni. ? .sriev-.i*,. a, I image w% -e out St I th*- barracks a' ? oma wer* autteet B i.urt, and ti. g| w-j ne Villi IS TRYING TO JOIN WHITE aalaenclee il n terri' tann ame ne It |s i ? ? - artll sifter except In befai ra Of vi ar. ola-.' ? >ty. The ? - ? - the* - oona te I._.. been rn I .-.fill. At i*a;>e Town ' :? ? I I - a a *_ i .i " ???? a ll ? -, ? c.u ft raye that 8. 0 waa killed there ?h.t afterr.' BOOU0 -. pet door, he ran ll front of a train movtna st th* rat* mt thlrty-flvs miles an hour, when th* cow? catcher beam struck hhn In th* email of the back, kilima him almost imme? diately. His wife and children witnesaei Ujo acv-evient. *v_.?