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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-SUNDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1898.
A I ip-Top Can
- vegi table*?, soups, fish,
. ! ntt OI tish, you (?an
:' > More of the choicest
. : '-?-l.lv canned, at an
m -i iv l??4v price. \\ ',.
m?os <>f deli.nri.'s in
lobetfjr, fine French
l l'?Mnatoes, in eans,
ived at Te. Ofean-^Virgiaiaj
b1 ?'11 tiie inalLt.
C -, 7?-.
('reamer*/ Butter at the. is
' thii ??.?'.'k.
II Cu .mi Clu-ese, 131e.
iii'ininy and Grits, Bo, lb.
Mule ?Icily and Apple
: ?. ""-. i>'?uiid.
M unUin Roll Butter, 15e,
? ? -*? . IJ.^c. pound.
D I Beet Hams, 10c.
Cs?t*olina Roo Heningt,
Smithfield Hams, 12$c pound.
\a m"U * lackers, 5e. ]>ound.
Qont Maple Byrnp, lOc.
Woi -' i Sane??, ~n\ bottle.
Our < 'roaniery P.utf.r at 15c is
. j on pay 25c, . leewhere
1820-1822 E. Main St.
Old 'Plume 81-fl
n?-44 Phone ??on?.
506 tast Marshall.
Old and H?44 Phones .14.
Quick delivery to all parts
of the city.
We run ten Delivery Wa
! . ? ih ( )\>t.i- Crackers and
< ker Dust, 5a pound.
Spiced l'i'j s Feet, l?-. pound.
( hood Hay. 50c. hiin?ire.l.
I'.ivakf.i- t 1 i.t? ' >?i, in nice strips,
lifornia Ham, 7c. pound.
! ! v I'liniaii Beel Soap, ten
' : 25c.
.,!?ta '1 Su _ ai. 5c pound.
I ble Pi . ,i?---, Tc. can.
i an Salmon, 5c,
t King Minnesota Patent
v 11? .ni-, |4.25 barrel, 27c.
?wflake Patent Family Flour,
?i b irrel, - '?? . ba.fr.
. . . quart
i ass, an
Mill-Feed, 70o. hundi.,1.
i : ,und.
X2 1-2 pound.
i '.\?l?irs, 10c.
< ?! I ?untv ( '!< .unery J.ut
.Hi lcelng, 7c.
? ' ,111. 7, .
.lid Apple Butter, 3c.
all fruit Preserves. 5c.
L\e, 5c. box.
: ?is, 5C.
trial Bi ; 3-slrlng
. a! - Ini i i
2 f,,r .'o. ; or, 2T,c. dozen.
n Baked Beanii 3c can.
Pure Old Country Cider Yine
Anaiirin Family Soap, 10 for
!. lied Oata. 'n 2-pound package?.
Ground Psppsr, 10c.
Bauer Krant, le. quart.
Klntjan ?ns. We. pound.
?. ; U ' BSL
l?o Tun?lo Catsup, 10c.
Orspas every day, 10c. bask? t.
. BSlllBf a r? j-ular 60c. Tea for 40c
II ,! *?>. 7<-. pound.
|SJ 1-pound papers, ?1-2?'.
??nal ?saeta syrup, lOc.
' ?, ,! l'i.-kle?. 6C.
,, Comb Hoii.y, 12c. pound.
,1 Grits, 2c. pound.
1 ,?a Otaan t>ntaa, ?Va.
: jara Cott**, i6 2-3c. pound.
, oiind box. only 5c.
. ..i. sail i lasts, I ., pint?. 10c.
a 6c. t-an; large can?, 7c.
I. !'.-IS..U ?spring Wheat Flour,
in the 44orld, |tjV75 barrel,
- for cleaning 2 for Be.
I'ollsh for tc.
Virginia Exiru Flour. 13.60 barrel; or, Ba
nd? Sal Soda for ?c.
h?, \\hl?k?y. 1126 gallon.
.r-old Ry?, Whl?k?*y, 12 gallon.
-.-. Jar? Homc-Mtde 8*weet Pickle?,
no iruh rotates?, 18c. p*ck.
Winking Wins*. HlackY??-rry and
ijart; or, ?lOc. gallon.
Mixed Spices for pickling, 20c
it ?ill pay you to gst on? of our ntw
^-aa-lUta; U't a regular nioney-savor.
"tinntloiHt n? CHu CtVi M
HE COHB\]; ca
ei a ?o. cet MTKn.
-;iRaslna Dippers, Oust r?ns.
ptna *__^J__, 1-<t,"lIt Pod?lng
rh?i;:?.Lar8? He P,al". a" ?"or M
fi? .'lates, 3c. enrh.
ray Cuspaoorea, 7.-.
eopa. le. each.
M' asure?. 8c
Xm^V^*'1 i'an*?' *?.
Hn T n , _ Cu?Padore--., 15c.
"t Sets, nicely Japanned, for
?i'iVaeL,Th."Ir0n D,Bh Pnn8" ?? ?>? .
? ,uhre<1 Iiottom w??h -Bollera, ?c.
Baking Wehes, with porcelain bv
?w? pan, for .?
-?Tib Traya and -Scraper?,
UM, all Bit-.?'?. 1,?. a quart,
-? nnned Sugar Boxes, kZ alze. for
!;?iuntt Hctlnned Saucepans for It*.
uSntSl^u^ Kr",lM? -?'y1''-*-*'
or i:i.-,i Fryers, 50c.
^at-Quallt} Pie Platea, le.
ri u?? S,^"?r!'- wlI> a*-?"*! a pound of
raisins m a few second?. l(?c. each.
: us and Cool. Forks, De.
<ke Turners, He.
.r?? P?.,a!? Y*??*'*?- Toaster?. Strain?
era. Stove Lifters. Drinking cups,
tftsra, ? ..ko cuite??:
l'aient Egg Beaters. 5c., wore
' N'utmpf?; Graters 2c
[?panned Coel Scuttle?.,' lOc, each.
Mrs. Potts's Bad Ir.?n?. 49<- | ? t
- ' I"?un.l family Scale??.
rhe Helping Hand, a new device for
Handln.? hot VSgSUMss, et?"., for 10c
: ?? Stove Mats. 2 for 5e
unrnrransaRi ?amm of lamps.
and $6 Lamps; clearing price,
I $12 Lamps for $6.
H I.a inns for $l..r>0
top Tsbles, $1.98 and upwards,
?so otivx Tablea fur $"
I KOM l" TO 11 c'?'!.' .?'K
bed Gaa Olobea, ?-?nch, for 10c
Ut. Drssdeu Lamps for ?; .
NBIMI l\ i.l. \--.
More than .-,..?.. pie ee rtpreasuleq in
"k. We inii?..rt dlrsct, th? reft n
Ml more than 50 per cent, on your pur
Bohemiaa Rose Jars. Salad or Olive
tc. worth up to ffc
fur l?jr. each.
flower Stand?, usually UM tot
Bohemian Bonbon Bssksta ir.c aeveh
Bohemian Cuatard or Sherberl Cu?a
Bohemian Vuaot al Bl tt, 7.r?r. and $1
are woi tb duubie.
THE COHEN CO
S?.t-l?'ty Ofllc.Tsi Elect?*?!.
The Mi Blgma Rho Literary Society,
f Riobmond i >aa elected th.- fol?
iwlng ? n. foi the Brsi third * rm?
TesMsBt, Mr. B. H. Wast; Vie? h
?ut. Mr T. W. Moore; Rece-rdlag Bee?
atary, Mr. j. p, McCabe; Correepondlna;
ecretary, Mr. ti. B. Batea; Trsasursr,
lr. La J. Smith
of the Philologlan Bo l< ty
-, Mr, H. Q, Nol
Presid? nt. Mr. Moi bj Bt ty ; R?
Mr. u. ii. Hudson; Tres?
i.i.r. Mr. .1. La Hart; Cent i, Mr. J. N.
las Mnnnlld w??r?e.
M Ha;. I le M :l" l?' , I 11' aotrsM Who
i.? ? n ill in tins cuy for aeveral wesaa,
Irat at toe St. Clatl Hotel, then at the
'ai DomlnlOD Hospital, and iat.-r at tue
miel, had to be reiuined to the hospital
in a wry serious COBdttlOB, and
t will be .-"in.; tine before ah? reoovera
During bar Illness Misa Mabvlle, who
las no irlanda in Richmond, and seems to
i :. latlvee ?.unisn?-i?-, baa i
nany atentions and kindnesses from la- .
lee of Richmond Cor which abe exprei
I?. p appreciation.
'I'hs? ??".? iiili-Mrcct I hunh ( h?*Mr.
Mr.--, i - Tbompsoa bas late?
y been engaged to take charge of the
> > ? n. .-i ??.. ? ? in iet i ?,i ? bui in choir.
i baa alreatl] organised a chorus ch??ir
>i tweu':. or more good voices, taken
?rindpaUy frota tha oongregatlon, and la
irouslng much latsrsst and enthusiasm la
tetter congregational ingt-wg ea mil a?
n devel? good i boraa choir.
I'l'Miinal?. I.ml 11: it I?.
lllvla V. Rodg? IS baa '?turned
i mi fron New Y??rk.
Mr. William Evans, a member of the
\ B u', Is in the elty.
I N. Bowdou, cd Petersburg, is
ida "ii rhuieh Hill.
Mr. William Gray has returned from
?\ arm Bprlni u> th? lit \ ai non.
,. 'I'. Bn Mass has returned from
ttssvUle to ii"-- Mt Vsrnon.
Mm *?*. W, Qosdsn is m Boston, visit?
later, .mi?. Colonsl w. f. rtshe,*.,
Mi9s Lina Blum has returned to the
"v. aft ant Visit to the tnuun
ThS Mlartl htoors, Ut S/SSl Franklin
.i.,,.t. bave returned from the artoun?
Mm Walter T. Ka??- and little daugh
., | ,,,. rapidly i iron the dlph?
Miss ROM Bisker, of this city, return
1 from Baltimore oa Friday last Cre?a a
rtslt with friends in that city.
Mi>s.s Linn- Middleton and Llllie Tra
.., bave i- ea tbe guMta of Mm
J. K. OUI, liave returned home.
M1?., | DelbrtdgS, "' Stauntnn,
and Mis: Will'?- !' Hancock, of K
are the guests <>f Miss Maude Blunt
Mrs. Henry dlsasndsr Whits, of baa?
ngtoa, Ya., is vlsltlas her father, Judge
; k Wsllford, N". !? ' " -' '- Orat*sstreet
?..n.ral Dsbusy H. Maury. is visiting
lis ?on at Peor?a. 111., and will probably
ematn there ?luring the autumn and win?
Bov. M? * ' . r P. Logan, of Wyl
to win "tu'dale at at Panl'a church to
l.-,y, at b??lh '?tie iiiouiing und evening : 11
Allee Yarbrough. of 17.13 west Cary
\stia has b?en sick for the last
ika with fever, is slowly im
TIiO Junior Hollywood Memorial As- -
elation will hold a very important neet?
|ng Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at L?e
Mr ami Mrs- John ?' Uf** an<1 iaiT'll5'.
if sabot, Va., apeol Tua?day with Mrs.
Powell W.-sl.y, at Ylnita,
\ taMgrnn arns ISSSlsad yesterday an?
nouBCing the arrlvnl of Mr. A. s. Kraker,
of this citv, at Colorado Springs. Col.,
| a went to engatre in business,
M1M Kmri?. Fula Ha Baker, of No. 1017
-lovd avenus, left by the ?teamer Poca
nontaslaal wsek foravlsll to Mr. Charles
W. roAmOtasnh'A Ureka, Accomac coun
Mrs T Robert Robinson, of Iron G
,, . , y. , daughter, Miss Mai y Kobin
v, a! is visiting tbe city, and ia the gu-.it
? re. George E. Foster, of nt 1-2 China
'lIlM Fannle Chalkley, of No. 1738 west
Lelah street, returned home yeaterdav
from Clarksville. where ?he has been
visiting relatives and friend? for tha past
Mr Bernard P. Wattaon. of thla city,
wbe SnUsted in the United State? army
et.me timo ago. ha? been appointed high
c?rpor?r n Company U Ftrat Cavalry,
now ?utUned at Fo.t Rlley. Ken.
Mr? Herbert E. Gray, of Cumberland.
mV? Rlach of Wilmington. N. C ; Mr. and
Arn Francia E. Pratt, of Waahlngton,
r\ ?-. M J P Swords, of Alexandria,
and Mis? Emma M-reh^d Whittleld. of
ntimore. are at the Mt V-mon.
Klolimonder. I? ^?* - * ? * _
N'KW YORK 0 u.ber s. --(special.V-r.
r stahl, Morton; J. (A Godfrey. Union
EGROES IN OFFICE.
ARLY l.fMMI BLACK OFFICIALS IS
NORTH 4 4 HOI IN \.
IE THREE HUNDRED MAGISTRATES
B Race Question Maat Be Settled?
Vont to Buy llifl.-r -Roller 4 ?mu?
"i for Fnalon?Military Ment?a?
ALEIGH. N. C., October ?.-(Special.)
lator Butler, In h!? two and a half
ir?' speech here yesterday, came out
larely for fusion. He had been rather
|uo before. Hi? attitude 1? now plain.
delights the Republicans. He went a
v-shot beyond them,
und? for the Soldiers' Home are not
nlng in as rapidly as wished. It is the
BS that the next Legislature will make
ch better provision for the home,
ere ought to bo at least 2?X) Inmate?,
plications Tor admission a?-e very nu
rouB. Julian S. Carr makes a girt to
> home of ten barrels of flour and ten
re!? of corn.
'he social event of the coming vv.k
11 be the Capital Club's "house-warm
:" Thursday evening. It will be the
st brilliant affair of the year, not SVSfl
*ept!ng the "Marshals' Hall' during the
itf. Fair, whlrh will be given at the
I "Confederate Tea" was given here
t evening In aid of the Soldiers' Home,
'he attendu nee at the Episcopal Gen? ral
nveniion at WaSJanaajtan from Hal?-lgh.
.1, in fact, from all parts of North
rollna, Is late?,
"he fact that negroes nt Wilmington,
d no doubt at other points in F,
?rth Carolina, are making attempt.? to
reliase npeating *!f].s, in attra,iir.e,
served attention. Th?- .-?Kent of the
in,-luster Cotapsajr rtfnssd to rasas
i?a, rjaUbrss 32 and H rara tat rtflaa
light. It Is, perhaps, s?f-nihcarit t li-s t
rchssas wars mi?1., bars "t snununltion
those callbr? s ah n there was troubls
tars, n tbs s? rond Regiment soldlert and
last month. NsgrOeS m Halifax
unty staled publicly ti.it tru-y -,v.?,
il BUPpllsd ???til
t is Itarn.'l that In flve counties In this
st.- Hure are ll:i mur., m it-istiat? ?. In
e county seven Sal Of BlSTSB persons
the ticket are DSgrOBS. In one county
Begroea .ir?- Bominatad for the
ariaiaturs, in aaotber county two. and in
large number one. In IBS ??'hole stat"
StS are marly tbret hundred n'-gro
?? ?strates. Tbsrt are tWtntV-l .
iny negra peat ata atara it is tal4 that
tns < i?"" Btats Ibera ara Basrijr ? :..
ousand BtgTOtl >? afflcs. All lb.
?publicans. C. a. Cook, a asll?knewn
?it? i:? pabllcan was aoanlnatscl for
das by a eoai sntlon eofjraly of B?
ran 6anaanraU*/s asopM tai tns rnci
eatlon in this stat?- has got t?> !,?- ,1
d, by th<- ballot <>r <?tn?-r\\ !.--, and thai
SB. m , ? mutions cannot continue to
I'i, WMlar.lville Knitting-Mills will bs
ovad h.-re. A bnllding bat 1.?. pur?
aaadL ami in two months t!?" plant,
lii'h will !" doubled in capacity, will be
When Colonel Armfiold. of the Fir-t
? ?iiii.nt. was her?- last rn,,.ith. an invi
tlOfl was tcn,l?r,-,l l.v him an?! BthSf
Bosra of tbe reglmeni i.? visit it at Camp
iba Libra. Ha trttl probably >?o tbers m
IS next tSa days, or may *:,, to Pa ta II
IB, where its new camp will be lo. it..i. ,
:,1 from which point it will embark for
?i Bovsral stafl ,,ifi?-?-rs trill aocom?
my the ? I , \ r : 1 " r on this vlsi?. Th
irst is short something like KO men, ,,r,,i
,1s shortage nniy be made up l?y trans
ti fr?,in tht Second !!egim?iit ,,f in, n
ho are t-xtr. niely anxious to l-, t in tht
Till; >>I4I.I.-1'0\ AT VOHKII K.
0 Kara case? f??r Batatal lin>??
>*'ir?*i??l 4ul A|?|ireh.'n?l<-?1.
NORFOLK, VA., o, tober 8.?The re
?it that that there are a large num
r ol -m ill-pot casas hers i*? a fabrica?
on. pure and simple. Th. re are ten in
1e pest-house, some distan? e from the
ty, and a fett SBtpSSStd bOBStS In the
ty h.ive basa Qjuaiaatiasd by tbs polios.
So new ca.- a h.i\>- dSTSlopSd for Se\c
il days, and a sptaad of th.
i.-.- apprehended. Th.* rlctians art
1 negroes, and are fatting along nicely.
in th?- count] gnlti 1 aambsr <?t
r eruption were pronoun. r-?i small-pox
ad isol?t.?!. There have been no dSStlU
nd it is 1?, ilteve? 1 tbs truption It ?hi'k
.-i,,\. TbarS !- not tl:<- Brightest un
islnsss liars over the fan 1 ?
r??l. The precautions taken ai
I .MAN CAN'T WORK
II1K4 HE IS SlirntlM. 441 111
le Can't Eat, HBBB?, 4'nn'l 4?et (',ma
fort Any Way, But O?.?l'>raiiii?l
l'Ile Core Will 4 urr Him. Oise lle
lls-f at on??-.
Just a little pain may so distract a
nan's min?! tti.it II will cost I.Bj.i liur.
rada ot sallara Lift i^ a i?.:-... To
?II bla tmtm*t\\m*t hlld ail
lis brain force to apply to tbs 'i 1
t band Kveii a corn will make him n
ltable, cross. ar.i;ry?and an angry man
eldom succeeds. The trifling i'-'i'i ":
, corn is a 1 l.-asaiil tasltng bSBldBS il?'
gonizlng ache of plisa Thai 1- a pain
rhlch ssaaai to pST*/a4s ?he whole t,.,,iy.
t rommuntcatas itseir u? an pasta nsai
he ?eat of the trouble, and brings on a
leavy dragging feeling In the perineum.
!,.,-.- who lia?? Baver so suffered do
lot kno?v what it means. It ru.'ka th,
larvas, prevsnta tlaep, prevents
rated thought, and BvabSl a man lost
taab as last as he would with a virulent
And yet piles ?re looked upon as a
ittle thing. They ai?- BSglSCta? allowed
o run on from month to month and
ear to year. By and by comes a sur
real operation. Maybe it cures-mayb?
There is only one sure. safe, and BU k
ure for piles. it is the Pyramid Pile
;ure. It is a recent discovery, and Its
uop.ities are ?Sjob tn.i it ClSBBSBS,
lootbes, and heals the inflamed parts, re
uces the inflammation at once, and, with
oiuinued treatmeni. removes all awell
ind, and all trace of the disease. It putt
bt 'membrane.? in a he.uihy, active MB*
lition, and cures completely aad ***M*r
Ft*** C. F. Collins, Oarnett: "I com
nenced using the Pyramid Pile Cure,
md my case was so bad I thought the
emedy was going to fall In my aaaa,
?ut before I had used two thirds of one
?ackago I began to feel much better,
ind can honestly ?ay I am entirely
uied. It is the uuickest and surest reni
?dy I have ever heard of."
From Jo?lah Robert?. Port Oram,
s\ J.: "Just one ituarter of a package
,f the Pyramid Pile Cu-e did wonders
',,r me. and I have lost no opportunity
)f recommending ?uch a great remedy"
From 4V'illlain Mi Hale, Rockport,
Via??.: "One jmckag? <f Pyramid Pile
:ure hat help.d me mire than anything
; have y?l us.-d."
p>r?niil I'll?- ?'ore is ?old by druggists
?en?ral!y. If four druggist doSSa't keep
t. h? will get It for you If you ask him.
UuOS7 on tau?? and cur?- of piles ?eni
rae. Addreea Pyramid Drug Company.
vi:i.l.??\\ -ff. \ i-: it BPatBAOIBO.
i..?ni? ? asna nt Hnttlssbnvn*, mi**.?
!?liii?i|i?-.le from \iit?-li?-i.
JACKBON, miss. Octobsr a?Jaaaaoa'a
d illy . poti Of ;- ' ?n I? VIIT i.? an iBCffMN
of new cases. The following were an
nounced lui to-lay: Three whiles and
'I a i ol UM DSU MSM, Mr. Wilcox and
'wife, are located la the Mttlaap College
addition, i hitherto unaffected Is
rein?te from the originally lalsctsd
There were no deaths here to-day.
The iwo thousand or more aagroM in
erdoned dlstrtei arc without means
.; : tones, and tha Relief ConntfttM
bave bagua to eupply thsn with aacen
.- sry provli
Rldgslaad, small si-ttlement of people.
2.".<l of whom arc lately fTOm Illinois and
Northeastern Staus, dsvslopsd
.- of v,-llow-f<v,?r in one family
t.i-day. Tl colony Is loc.ted about three
not i h of Jaokson,
NAT? hi:/. BTAMPBDBD
The two (a-, s of fsvsr IB Nat? hez, re
portsd rsstsrda), I rnped? d the
tOWB. A apecial train, loaded with r
fUgSM fri.m I for noith?rn
1 .?n Igh J ' kson to-nlght.
Madison reporta thrs? bow ? ism ut
yellow fever to-day. BtarkvUle reports
" ,.-. aad Fayette two HsrnaavUle rs
i.ii- | i Mrlously suk. Taj Im
?sports m and Han
The fsvsr at OrWBOd has about run its
ooaraa, Th? re won no bow - Um re
? ?xford reports ; w< i ad
one death The situation at Water v.ii
i.-v la unchanged.
K?l'KMlC AT HATTIKSIdi:?;
MLIUl'IAX. MIS>*., October 8.-i'w.n
t\ im w-fSSM BTS reported f] in
Hattteaburg, Miss., a town of about
InbaMtanta li'i miles north of Now Or
leans, and on the Northeastern railroad.
Th>- fe\ai was brought there by C. W.
Rich, a wealthy lumberman, from Ml ?
Orleans, a!?'Ut fifteen days ago, and the
sature of the dlSSBM n"t being known, a
lar?;?- number of people were exi I
and an epidemic of tlie plague Is the re
salt. The NOW Orleans and Ncriheast.-rn
rallroa?! has ordered all trains to pass
Hatti. sb'irg at full ft.. I
Q! AUANTLNE AGAINST JACKSON
MONTGOMKKY. ALA., October S.-The
Quarantine against Jacksonville, Fla.,
WM raised to-nisht, by order of City
l'liv.-iciari Andrews, on the report of
Slate Health Oflicer Sander? that there
was no yellow-fever there.
Aaleep un Track ?ami Killed.
NORFOLK, VA., October 8.-(8peelal.)?
The Norfolk and Ocean View express
struck and killed to-nlght Mack Bartl.-l.l,
who was asleep on the trick within the
"*" FREE RECITAlT~
Mr. AND Mrs. FRANK 8TAYTON
YOUNQ MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TI IN HALL,
THl'RSDAY EVENING. OCTOHER ?th.
Admission will be by ticket, which may
be had at the music stores on and after
Saturday, October 15th.
MRS. 4.II.IV** EXCI'RSIOS TO WASH
MONDAY. OCTOBER 24TH, BY THE
Cheaapeak? and Ohio railway. The train
will leave tha Broad-Street depot at 10
A. M.; returning, leave Waahington at 2
o'clock P. M.. Tuesday. October 25th. The
ticket? will al?*o be good on the 11:30 P. M.
train October Wtb and ?th. Round-trip,
12 5^ oc Ht
JONES.-Did. in Ualtirnore M?l., on
Saturday, October 8, 1MB, FLETCHER
HARPER JONES, brother of Mrs. A.
Si'ii.'-y Qtaasr, af Rklunond, V*a
Funeral from St. John's church (Church
Hill) MONDAY MORNING, about tM
''-lock. All friends of the d
I--.-p.-cttully invite,! t0 all'ii'l.
N.w York Sun and Brooklyn Eagle
BPAINHl ?DR.?Died, October g lv
1A.VI7S EDGAR, Jr., Infant son of J. E.
lad Ruby < ?. (aat Bydnor) bpalnhour, of
Wilkesh.ro', K. ?-'., agad 9 months and I
Funeral ?ervi.'.'s at 10 A. M. October
Ml?, al Methudi.-t church. Wllke-lop,
WASH.-Dled, October 8th, at 11:46 A
M.. at ti.?- rtstdenca of her pareati
Ri ?BBIE QRACE, atar 01
K. D. and A. E. \ : 17 van.
Funeral ir,,m reaidenca?, No .--, i-.' aesl
Clay street, ai s a. m MONDAT, inter
ment in Ifiralsa aounty.
SWEENEY.- ii.pari.d this, life. OctOhei
sth, at M o'clock i'. M., at bla rastdenct
. '!.,> Btra i aft. r < long aad
painful illne;-.-, which BS bots with pa
tience and resignation, JAMES A. SWEE
if- leav?? a mother, wife, and two cliil
dren to m??urn ti.
We miss tant at beans, ah, tys ral
11 ?w Btncb hunian tn-art cannot t'.i,
It Is hard, obi so har?l to !.. patted
From a Beat ens we have tr.asur.-d SB
Tel a/hea tartbly aorrawt have vanished
And lbs heart's weary throbbing-, ar.
We bapS ? ? meet thee in Heav> :i,
W** re we shall be part-,I u? raars
Win AND MOTHER.
Funeral notice later.
In ?I?-,..... 1 . in.
Died. Waaaaaaay, r??s4eaBbei r,
the residente of it*, r. 11] north
Twenty-fourth street, K. RUB? H
HANKY, only child of Franc-' I and IBS
late Richard H. Haney; aged I week?.
.Mamma's home Is lonely BOW,
Since papa and Rubv tin? BBBS?.
But mamma i*? trusting Jesus still;
He doeth all thii.tr,*? atlL
A SYMPATHETIC FRIEND.
The death Of Mr CHARLES W.
MARSH, for many ?ears connected with
the Southern Express Company, will be
mourned by many friends la Richmond.
and his later home in V.'ashlngton city,
where he died BB night of ty
phoid-f.-ver. In tho National Homoeo
pathic Hospital. The b.st medical skirt
and treatment of that noble lnstltutl??n
were used, but unavailing to save him.
' The deceased was endow??d with many
beautiful trait? of character, and loved
by all who knew him, and the tokens of
sympathy expressed fully atte?t the high
esteem In which thla etcellent young
man was he'd.
His sister, Miss Kate Matthews, of
Fayetteville, N. C. and his brother, Mr.
j. M Marsh, of Baltimore, accompanied
the lemains to Fayetteville. M. C. tbe
home of hi? youth, where th? Interment
took place on Tuesday afternoon.
I HAVE RECEIVED MY FALL ST? ?. K
OF CARPETS (Ingrain. Tapestry, JJrus
?ela. and Velvets). Drugget?. Rugs, and
Mat?; Linoleum und GH-C'oth. Twenty
pieca? Fine Mattings, reduced from 40 to
j? .ents per yard. l?*rge ?tock of Paper
Hantftnt? of all styles, which I am of
fering at lowest prices. A. JENNINGS,
810 east Main street. oc l-eodZm
orders for printing sent t? tbe Dis
patch Company will r?e given prompt at
tention, and tbe ttyl? of work and prices
will be aure to please you.
I "Drops of Ink
I Make People Think,: j
i and to make it interesting we use this space <
1 to call your attention to the IMMENSE <
? STOCK OF FURN?TURE displayed at our \
i warerooms. (
? loo PARLOR SUITS, 1.','EVERY STYLE '
, AND COVERINGS, RANGING IN ?
PRICE FROH $25 UPWARDS.
? COUCHES?THE CHEAPEST QOOD?
? KIND AT ANY PRICE YOU FEEL ?
LIKE PAYING FOR YOUR COfi-?
! FORT. ?
?25 DIFFERENT STYLES OF BED?
? BEDDINGS, BLANKETS, COMFORTS, i
? AND QUILTS. ?
? CHAMBER SUITS, WARDROBES. CHIF- <
. FON NI ERES. ?
? SIDEBOARDS, EXTENSION TABLES, i
? chairs. ;
?, Have you ever in your life seen so many |
i PRETTY ROCKERS as are now on our <
> floors? Every conceivable shape, covering, *
, and finish?in fact, you can make your seat
* easy or hard. ?
? if you need FURNITURE or CARPETS ,
?I and haven t the ready money for them, come II
ii here. We'll help you. All we ask is a little M
s money once a week or once a month. Our I
? whole business policy is to help you enjoy ?
life at a very small expense. i}
??"Cash or Credit," "One Price."::
? t l?l -????? >?? ??a?? ? ??
i ROTHERT & CO., ii
n * to
i Fourth and Broad Streets. ,*,
Every day of this UNPARALLELED OCTOBER BARGAIN SALE
grows greater and greater than its predecessor?every hour finds a jostling,
hustling, pushing mass of busy buyers,eagerly seeking these UNPRECEDENTED
PRICE WONDERS that hundreds of counters and shelves are overflowing with.
Now is the time for men and bovs?the big fellows ?and the little fellow??to en
joy thw magnetic buying time in ?NOBBY, E?LEGANTLY-MADE, NEAT, SER
VICEABLE, AND FASHIONABLE READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS for the fall
and winter season.
/?llBl'l full Suits, consist
ai _ **S at sack coat, pant?,
" ""^and vost, mat. rial very
liurali!?--?neat-looklnx. There will be
no duplicates of these suits at this
price afcr the lot in ?los???!. To early
callers, rholce of size?. 2i to 42, only
Thr'-e Seventy--Ivs for the outllt com
M? n'a Single - Brssste?!
iBvy-BliM Twill. ?1 Sults
31 to '2-weil madiv
nlcely trlmmed-a sightly DD-tO-dsta
suit In every particular. Delays are
i.li- v. la :i surh a rattllng
good valu?' and surh a n?*?t-looklng
?inter ?ull Is being quoted at such an
extrem? I -low pries.
fU _?, rf-a saw UutYO Suits, ma?le up In
'Sa***,M / I --' rt.-.l Stylsa and
v'~?* * *-' Ibspei round ami square
cut aacks, ?Infle ?nd doutvls-bresstsi????
among them an ?tensiva assortment
of Macs and bines These ar.- beng?
np suits for B?ddle-Sgi ?1 m.-n of con?
?ervatlve Ides?, and ..re by far the
extrsordlBBry wearers ever
placed on the counters.
oretsds, ? 'heviots,
i??lmerfs, an?! [Nag?
mad" ltit?i rSSJUlur, eztrn-long,
short, stout: In fact
of size. Tha fast of the
matter la simply thla: That the ten?
doiiar ranga ?>f pattsrna tbts aasaoa
.?ivers mure Ideas, an?! goo?l OBSS,
lhari waa ever known ?nes thla i
ore-Wool Plsln Ch< loi
?uits French faced, satin
d Otherwiss, I.uilt for solid
lervlce ai e .1 aa ilghtl) api
Tha aulta are moving fast sad the tima?
will BOt likely some again In a hurry
whfii su? h ?xtrsordinarv Inducements
will ba quoted is such goo.i aatta for
m? n for ehe moderate pries Bis Porty?
a^?-^ fZt\ Men's Complete Suits
_|_L,._ II of Fine Casalsaeres, In
^ smooth and rough
weaves and a big variety of patterna,
mad? In every ??hap? on the n.-w fash
lOB plate?. The-?.- very suits couldn't
be duplicated und*?r apodal order with
out paying a big advance on the pri???.
and th>' chance? th? n would I
yotl wouldn't get one near so stylish
Men'"? Superior Qual
ify BBtta niiili? from
finer fabrics, tailor? I
and trimmed in superb manner. Tbesa
famous flftren-iloll.tr BpeCtala
bead and ?houldera above any produc
tion hitherto shown, and ar?- great
m.y-eavera for gentlemen thai sp?
prec?ate atyle, service, and sightliness
on i money-aavlng basis. Correct HI
guaranteed. Ho extra charge fut
or alt> rations.
Children's Suit?, In Reef
er and Vestee Suits, t??
8; Plain Double;
BresSted to age lfi; made from pr?'tiy,
aolld, twilled Cheviot, properly tallor-l
ed, corret-j fitting. Big Bargain Valut'
for One Forty-Seven.
m aawi'hll'lren's Suit?, stylish
?L g cssalmers; strong, tidy;
* ' * bright design?; double
st.its. th.it astend from s.nm to seam;
felled <>n by band; elaatlc bands: ?us
penders; !i\ tad sit.? buttons rlv??te.i;
taped acama; doubla knee?; built to
stand tha knock?.
,r\_ Children's Suits, In
MNC Stylish R ' ?-k.-ts,
-*'*?'**- ' to mgt I sad I'l.iin Don
ble-Breeatsd, to !' . msde good and
strong: neat design; aervlceable naate?
rial. Think of it. good-wearing heavy?
wight niater suits, for boys, up to
age 16, for less than a dollar.
*hlldren's Suit?, plain
lan.i fancy patterns;
reefers, v? ?teea, bl
and double-breaatad ?-.f*.-ts; all sizes.
Tha ; numerous, workman
?I ip ex? ell? Mt. and the materiala la
every wsj rsoosamendabla f?r good
aan I? a.
i *h!Idr? n*8 Army - Ttlu??
Butts made In military
atyle, to atse 12, with long
pant? and militar) cap to match, for
?One Ninety-Eight The sun price?
acale Includea reefer suits and others,
in si/, s tu aga M, made In asveral ?"" !.
?tapie pattern?, with Ironclad double
nats ami knees; patent button? ev? TV*
where; tap?.I teams; regular rough
_?, ?? va Children'a Suits; flouble
q>j.5U __ * .j?nt?r ?*****
^^ " meres; ?oii.i as r?.?*k, as?
trs-wida double-seat and kneea, and
otherwiss conatructed to r.-sist th<? fal
low that s t'iug'i i>n cluth.-s;
to I; regu.ar doubl? -breasted to
<_ A ?f^?Chlldren'a Suits, of She]
an4alf||easstmeraa and che?
^ in a \ari?tv of pretty ds-J
signs, representing all of th.- n
and Bwelleel "?T.-cts; nil of n?-w idea?
in fancy ?hapea ar.- included In thi"!
gigantic aaaortment of high-grade ju
aj?. ?r fofo ?" "?mblnn tlon Suit?, for
?^3?\/vf ''??. con?l?tlni?r of ?ult.
?xtra knee pant?, and
atyltsh golf cap, all to match, of ?ame
material. These are made from at&nd
ard Usted woollen?, flnlahed Al in
every particular, and represent all of
the Intrinsic worth, merit, and good
?a*?Ita that It Is ever posstblo to
crowd Into live I'.?liars.
Burk & Company, ? i
1003 EAST MAIN STREET. ^**** j
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. !
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