OCR Interpretation


Richmond dispatch. [volume] (Richmond, Va.) 1884-1903, September 22, 1901, Image 3

Image and text provided by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85038614/1901-09-22/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 3

We Will Be ■ Closed -To=Mof row
;, / ON ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY. ' ; . \'\
-svltli full line of new Fall -Goods- at special l^w; prices. ..There
will be special offerings lii^Dress Goods, silks,i lks, Carpets/
Underwear, Blankets, Heavy Comfo^
\ -
v -r^ . ■ '» t' mil" " am nnaßß^BPro^H--- j~~.~,.^a-..~ J mte&» J ag M^i.3a l r.-r n T— — i— ''^^^^^^^ i
1 ' AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY 'v . .-i ; ':'■ ' ;V j
I ' ■ f:».tf.»MrfVf|f,M ♦'♦:♦,♦♦♦ •■-.;■•:.:. ; „"' • j
jr^HE STORE HAS BEEN RENTED and every article in the store now I
! 1 occupied by A. 6REENTRE& has to be closed out in the next I
3 FIVE DAYS, This stock consists of almost everything usually found in a 1
> first-class establishment. i
I MIEN'S AND BOYS'' CLOTHING,- ' J
} FURNISHINGS AND HATS, FALL AND WINTER-WEIGHT UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS I
j (Launderedandiinlaundered,) HOISERY, NECKWEAR, &c. I
\ THE SALE BEGAN SATURDAY MORNING AT 9 O'CLOCK and not a dollar's worth of j
\ jnercti*andise in the store can be removed. It must be sold at some price. Please see that you 1
! the proper sizes in your purchases, as no goods can be taken back or exchanged. . j
5 ■ J . . v -.. . ..'■ i ■ -'-■■--.-.-■:" > - ! *'--■■ \
3 . :-. •■; ■.- .- ;■■. ■ . ■ -.;;■ .;■;: ■■■■ ;.-■ ■•. ; - '■', ■■--: -■■ ";-' ..-.--:■■ V ----. ; . ;: : . • ' ■-„•'.:-', I
SHEMKDOAH COUNTY
THE WEEK'S HAPPEXIXGS IX
AVOODSTOCK AXD "nCIXITY.
MOTHER BRIDGE TO BE BUILT.
It Will 31ate tlie TZi-^litn to Siirnx tlie
Sh^iia.n<loali River — Wedded' at ';.a
Caiui> Meetiugr— Dcatlr of an Aged
Laay — May Lose nn Eye.
g TroODSTOCK, TA., September 21.— j
g (Special.)— During a camp-meeting, Sun-!
|l far, at "Wissler's Grove, three /miles i
B soathtvest of Mount Jackson, Mr. Charles •
1 fiiarfce and Miss Minnie Lee ■'Bamber, i
i Loth of this county -were united in raar
8 riagi: "by Eev. K. E. "VTiiiiams, grand
1 lather of the bride, assisted by Rev. John
I Tamliiru
I During the September term of the
Sbecandoah County Court an order, sub
jected to the approval of tlie Board of
Supervisors, was entered for the erection
of a steel or iron bridge, to cross
the Xcrth Fork of the Shenandoah river,
sear Strssburg-- If this order, is ap
proved and the bridge built, it will make
tlie eighth bridge v to span this river
■within tlie limits of- Shenandoah county.
It is valued at 525,000-.
-■Irs. Elizabeth . Bordcn, wife of Mr.
Ptiry Uorden, of near Capon" Roads, died.
Thursday morning, after long suffering.
EHe was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs." John
C, Lee. of Lebanon, and is survived by
her husband and one son, Mr. Robert
Borden. She was in her 75th' year. ■
Tie funeral services were conducted
by lic-v. Asa liichai'ds,-" of . Lovettsville,
from the Lutheran .church at Lebanon,
Friday afternoon. i .
T3ie TToodstock Graded and High School
opened here on Monday morning,
when 345 pupils were enrolled. ;_ This is
the largest attendance the school . has
ever had on the opening day. The faculty
is composed of Prof essor "W. . G. . Cam
l-eU, principal; Miss Roberta McGeorge,
•iirst assistant; Mrs. W. H. Martin, se- :
coaa assistant, and Miss Jennie ■ Robin
(■ son, primary. . ■**• . \-\"
Oa last Sunday, while Mr. James
Zlrkle, near Rinkerton, was: cutting a
ridicg switch his knife, slipped from his"
hanti and inflicted a painful wound in
fcis right eye. It is feared Mr. Zirkle will,
J°se the-, sight of eye, or that the
Tision win be greatly impaired.
A large crowd attended the horse sale
a t Kow Market, on Saturday, and at
te£st twrenty-five horses were sold, . Dring
in b eood prices. A number of others
"were on the market ■ ."
A ccriKideruble sum has been realized.
by tho fanners in this section from their
Peach crop, which has tieen very • large"
ttis reason, and the .quality: as good ;
£s heretofore. A number, of cars loaded'
with peaches have been shipped to the"
lonhern markets during the. s eason;. ;;
'-Navies Carper, the. 10-year-old son , of
:^r. w. g. Carper, near' Strasßurg/: was
kickt-d in the mcuth and badly injured
fIT a-liorse, wliich he attempted :.to.niount
kV^iij-esday. Tlie' horse: was grazing, in
a pastare-fleia at the time of the acci
fi «it ; ;.- .' '•-' ■: :: : ': .-■.•
"51i« residence of Sir. Charles Balthls.;
Strasburg, was the scene of a'pretty,
*»■* quiet home : * wedding ;r on-:.Wed
iH-s-lay night, Avhen< Mr- Harry. O
»"IT. of Strasburg Junction, vwas :marf
' ! fcs to Miss Susie M. Balthls. V The [cere-
v .as performed by -Rev--. X: M.
pastor of the" Methodist church:
ut -Stra«,burg-, in the presenoe of only^tho
'"tejediate families "and £a few ■ intimate
Wends. Miss Ora Huff. :aV»ister-:bf;'- the :
jroc-ia, arid Mr. A. E.rESrerly.VofiMlddlef:
'Oivn, v».-re tho only. V attendants?- v -'After.
|"'-> ceremony, supper, was- ser%*ed- at ; the
Ihjztki of th c groom's/parents. .;' .
Ij ;-ri:. s the electric-: and : \.^rain-storm
ivhirix j,a»sed over 'this ; section oh.. Sun-
J|ay. liglitnin^ struck. the;.dwellJhg/of<Mivj
Jijouias Itinker, at Jerome,! going-,; downj
x -"- chimney and killing ' a cat : J /which
Vl 'as lying ntar ' &: dooT^:^- ': : --.' : .-.':- '^^■■^
,/i va3i!al>i e heif«- beloneing- toVMr^Cv;
-i- SUckicy, was 'killed^Sundayrbyiione^
*t 'ho liuraerous'extra^frelghtstfainst.on:
n "railway. '- ' - -".":'
water has;againibeentturn&flntoX^ e J
.(s.-rvoir attached to - the Woodstock;
Y -v - lOUfrh3 > r "repalr^dranaftUelleakslstop-^
tests -within a few daj-s, before the: sys
tem is turned over : to the authorities or
accepted from the. contractor. - .-.
The farmers in this section are pre
paring to^plant about" the usual acreage
in wheat this fall. At present corn
cutting is claiming the attention of- the
farmers, and this crop will yield better
than any. crop planted in this valley
this season. - . ■.
Mr., and Mrs. . Sidney .Fleminjg .and
son, Dewey, of Horton, AT. Va. are lhe r
quests of Mr. Henry Fleming, . near New
Market. "
• Mr. {Robert Jack, Huntington,
'■V 7. Va., has returned to "his home,' after,
spending some time as : the, guest of;. Mr.
3P. A.; Pitman, of this place. .. •_ : ' / ;
Mrs. R. E. Golladay and sister, Miss
Ida Guthermuth, of Baltimore, were the
guests of ;;Mr. and Mrs. C. . M. Hite, a
portion of this week. ... :.-.,_ ..' -' •■
Mr. W..F. .Gordon, has returned to his
home in Richmond, after spending about
two months in Strasburg. . ..'
Dr. J. B. Maphis. of Mount Jackson,
has returned .to his. home after a plea
sant visit to White Sulphur Springs.
Trailic over the Southern railway at
this point is 'exceedingly.: heavy this year,
and "during the month of August the ex
press shipped from this point amounted
to more than, during any month in the
past ten years. ,
Mr. R. D. Grabill and wife, of New
Market, are attending the Pan-American.
Exposition . this week." •
Mr: William R. Strayer. of this county,
a United States postal clerk, is visiting
at San Juan,- Porto P.ico, whither he hast
gone on account of his health. 1 . . .■'.: -..-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowers, of Alle
gheny, Pa., and Miss "Etha Rau, of Bruns
wick, Md.-, are the guests of Mrs. G. W.
Dinges. : at Edinburg. " - • ...
Mr. Jacob Reeser,^ of Columbus, 0.,- is
visiting, his father, -Mr.: J. W. Reeser, at
Edinburg. r
Miss Annie Wymer, of "Washington, D.
C, has returned to her home, after, spend-,
ing the ; summer, with her . sister, Mrs.
George Whittington,* at Zepp. -
Misses 'Emma: Keller -.^nd Gertrude
Campbe"ll left . here on Thursday for ,
Farmville, ■.--. where Uthey' will enter: the ;
State Normal School. „ .: • .
Mrs. James ; Van Pelt,. .of Staunton, is
the guest of Captain "W. G. Campbell, of
this place.. _ , t ; : - -- .
'' "Mrs. ."Lucy Lute,: of Birdwood, Va., is
the guest of her uncle, Mr. ;w. T. . Wil
liams, near; Woodstock. - . . .' :.
, Mrs. JI: G.Kneisley, "of this place, is
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P." L.
Yates, at Harrisonburg
- Rev.iL. L. Smith, pastor of the Luth
eran church at; Strasburg, ;is slowly re
covering from typhoid- fever, from\which
hd has. been: suffering for several weeks. L i
-". Mr. Arthur Houck, of. Lynchburg,: has
returned to his home, after visiting,rela
tives'at -Strasburg. ; ■ ; * -:.. ".
; Mr: 13enjamihr Hoover, :of New Market,
•has gone to'Charlottesville, .where he 'will
continue his law : course in the University
of Virginia.;,;; •-'•', • - '- :■- - •■■[ ••• ■;. .y : - il
■ Mr. -and Mrs.. John .Lochs tampfer, "of j
Zepp, are visiting relatives : in Baltimore,
Md. ■:;-; ,- :-'-: -'-- - ' , ■■;■ '-: ." "J3- -•
:j:: j : Mrs. Allen O. Rau and daughter, Elsie, j
liave returned to itheir. home.H in Roanoke, :
. after /visiting .relatives : at Woodstock: and
Edinburg for sonic /weeks. ; . ;; :.'
Mr. and Mrs.- Joseph r W". Weriger, of ,]
Cairo,; 111., are the "guests .of, Mr: and I
Mrs. J; M r . Wenger, of ! this-place.\; .I,'
1 ':. - blisses '; Nellie • Spengler;ahd ;Mary Glaize, I
"have retufned>to ; their-homes in ; Stras-'
burg, "after visiting'friends in* Baltimore, 1
"several weeks.: .; ; ' " - .
; Professor. W. C. Roller, near. New Mar-
A VTiI VERSAL FOOD.
" " Following ■Jfntcre'n Pobtstepsi ';\;; \;: r :,
'"I have : a '^ \}dy,'f2jY^a.Ts 'did, Weighing
forty I pounds and : in -perfect i, health,; who
■ has -been raised on iGrape-Nuts ; and ; milk.
.This^.is>;an^ ideal; food;: and evidently,
furnishes the elements J necessary^ for a
: baby 'as well: as \]\, f or l adults. \viWe':: have
used ; Grape-Nuts "i. In & large- quantities -^and
: greatlyjtp : our adyantajf e." ; FAW. Leavitt,
■Minneapolis/^ Minn.
h : Ohe^advantageSa\ButiGrape-Nutsj;Food
is ' that *it Is [predlges ted Inj >-ne ■ process lof
'manufacture; (that* is,|thejstarchicontain
ediriitheiwheatand ; .barleyiis^ansformed
into ;:= grape-sugar '■/■ in S exactly the ['- -: saino
■nietnodlas?this: ; pr"ooess;-fs, carried £out?in' %
" the J human < body/-- that % is +hy}l the . * use i, of .
fih"olßtureland?lojnߣexp6snreJto£moderate;
Tvarmth;iw-hlch'srows!the?diastase:in^the
'.n-alns ! andlmak'es] the! remarkable; change
i froin^tarchStoS grape-sugar. X t Therefore^
tine*; most ~ delicate" stomach>;canii handle
t's • and fi the>: food §is | quicklyjtab^i
'^Tts'of^t^ihg^directly^tolbuildingiana^
i«6urlßbingUhe|b^ni^a;:nervelcenjtres^
fe£MSdatEt i theVpure'f f ood iiactorles] of| the
Creek, iUcfe.
kot, has gone ;to Union Bridgei -.Md.,;
where he will resume his position -as
teacher of music in the Maryland Colle
giate Institute. ;
Dr. S. O. Richey, "of Washington, D.C.,
'was the guest: of his sister, Miss Jennie
Richey, of Woodstock, a portion of this
week. ■ f ; :
, "Misses Jessie and Janet; Herriman, of
Baltimore, have, returned to . their 'homes, ■
after- spending some .time with Mr. and
Mrs. C^ H. Borum,'-.of . Strasburg. '■ \ V-
Mrs. 'Kate Rau,: near this place, \ has
been\. called to Washington, . D. -= C.,\ -on
account' of the : sickness' of -her : son, Mr.:
John Rau, who has typhoid-fever. : - . .-'
Mrs. Lucinda Few, of this place, >Is
visitingher brother,: Mr. Absalom Boehm,
of Martinburg.W. Va.- : 'r -.'---;
Mrl. William Hottel; of Manassas; is the
guest of his sister,' Mrs. -W:. S.. French,,
mear Woodstock. ; . - '. -'i •
Mr.'R: F. Bell, of .Strasburg,' has a
ring 'dove that is known to; be ..forty
years old.: It was -in .his father's family
before it came into his "possession, and
seems tol.be good for, many years yet. 7
Mr. B.W. Sherman,. of near Pittsburg,
Pa., is. visiting his mother here, v
Mr. Marion ' Everly. of Mo'o'refield. W.
.Va-, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M..Coff
m'an, of this : place. ;. ..
niGIILAXD ■ SPRING NEWS;
Buildinsr Activity— CHurclx Services—
. ■' Personals nud Briefs.
There have been many home-seekers
in Highland Springs of late, making ap
plication for houses and house lots, .and
building next spring will .be in great
activity. . People ; ; are just->: beginning ; 'to
realize that Highland Springs is. a most
! desirable, place in which; to _ live. - . . • ': ;
There will be. commencing to-day, at
the Methodist Episcopal^church, revival,
services -.icontinuing-through-j. the week.
The : people of : the community.:: are j espe
cially invited to a ttend /- these mee tings.;;
The Rev.: Eugene Potts will ' be ably
"assisted in carrying it on. : ■-■:.■ :: ;
,' Dr. Collins is making, extensive .im
; provements. He is now having his house
' moved further back . from the main road,
in "order to make the surroundings" more
attractive. His home will be one (of ' the'
.-most "beautiful In" .the \illage. :■■-.■-■■...■..;
Mr. F. P. Read ' and Mr. iP. i). Gerdw,:
two : prominent architects : and^ builders,
are • kept very busy - putting up new •' ana
■ desirable houses.' .'--Ici-J" -'-.•-.- -;'- :
/-.. Mr. ; and Mrs. W.^J :? Oberby,- and s chil
dren, Miss Carrie; and /Masters Clifford
: and "Gulick, . left^last" Friday vf or, their
home in Greensboro,' N.C.. after 'a pleas
:ant visit to Mrs. Overby's brother. . . .. .
' Mrs. W. G. : Griflin has ; returned .home
/from; a: visit to V her .sister,. Mrs. JB. H.~
■JCamp,. of Hanover. V Mrs.; Griffin's health
wasmuch improved by herivisit. - ;-. • •■ .
■ Mrs.' W. Rr MartinV (nee TeryJ Smith), fof
Cold Harbor,-; has left for home .after
1 spending ■ two weeks wi th her "parents",
• Mr. and Mrs. H.\B. Smith.; ;
Mrs. Applewhite;; of . ; Quince^. avenue, . -is
j convalescent after an illness ofj several
weeks. ■;■-'■;:'.■. ■ ':..;.-;.... ; ""
■'■ 'Mrs. Collins and ; children, accompanied
by. : her ; ; mother, Mrs. : Stover, ; have fre- j
-turned home; after an -extended i.visit to ■
I "the ; mountains.'- 1 -' - , ~
■': "-■-; Mr. and Mrs. ; Montague ■ 'will ■ soon "; re^ \
■turn to the 'city, "having . spent; a; most ]
I delightful . summer^with" Mrs. 'Applewhite, J
" a^J sister ; - of : : Mrs." Montague"^ - "■;,;. ;-;■ :r v
;. "Miss .'Grace v. Godsey,,' of Cumberland
I county,^ and Miss Lou Burton; \oi xßich
!mbnd, have:/ been'.visiting ;' Mrs: }11.-B. :
1 5 Smith i and- ; Mrs : W. : r ' Gl" .■Griffin, > o f , : ;the
Springs. :■ ' • - .. - V
i /The <■ Rev. Eugene Potts, '■:: pastor, "of f the
i j Methodist" Episcopal v church'; ; here, ;; : has
.'. been : ; conducting U. a ; revival - . at
near -Fair . Oaks;* th e ".i past ' week^
; Much"- interest -has been- manifested.
,^ Mf.Y : l^slie r Read; ? a ; popular y conductor
'l on ~iiie^ Seven:'; Pines ?road;^isT against
this post, :after" a few^days::of Indispbsi-'
J:tidn;-:^ft^>;^^;;'""iv^^Mi^\:^^^Sl
■ i "^-Miss ::^!lie[Collins^havlnsJjßi»nt£a^^oat;
i-charmihgl summer -, between; the? seashore
; and;'at"^the ihome of, her": parents' ;_ln]Madis
? son;:; returned 13 last ;;weeki to; takef charge;
b'of her -fschool. Miss . Collins Jis much' be-;
?l9vediby/-herSscholars. "■ . ' , '. '
fc'car^lbfJMlss^Blanche^j^giw^V^^J?^
;floarlßhlng t cqndito~^^
s'olf '"new 'pupils fehrblled." i'Thla'is MissfFus"-?
.sell's second term. , :
s;| : Mrs.'C.^XHoward^ahdJdaugh
j'qf SNpvl 900?!!west|'Er6ad I Jstreetif : in'|cqm^
pany.' with Mr.' Andrew- MillerjS anj3 :
!daughter,s;jvlarion^^^^
t'Haya'ffgqnJi'Ko^anW.extendedS'tiip'^tqllAn^
If castera a nd |= Phi?adelphiafSPaJ;if and]§cwiil|
Cvlsit "£ the bPan-AmericanV Exjwsitldn^^f
Don't forKt-t to come i to thi>" china tea
::: i¥oii = :win?eS?.
MO SPEAfsMONMY.
.nttAL ACTIVITY THIS i WEEK?
State ; HeadanartcrwAVlHlJc; Opened,
;.':'Jn;;tlie Chamber j|Ol -Coiniuerce^^g|
: cislativc dominations — Possible
f^^^;>;^ti'MK^%^'rjr'^^i&^^^^
'•Poh t jionejnent- of • Regrnlar."-' Session.
'The campaign:- is'; slow ;? in : ; opening-, _ but
there win be considerable, activityy. in Vlr
ginifL this ' week. There"; are no ; especial
ly: great meeting's : planned, fal though i Mr;'
MoritagTJe ;will • speak -.to a"- big- -crowd, at
Nelson" Courthouse to-morrow. It : ,was
sai( j ;; a t;on e ;-time^that Jlr^Hoge . might
be^there-also to-morrow, and: that ; a joint
debate. was^not'.ioneVqfl.theXitnprofcabili-.
ties:^He^w;ill:.not be. on_ hand.- ;„•*'._-
The ' following'; appointments;, have -'been
made by ' Mr. Eilyson; State chairman,- for
public speaking to-morrow^ :'; •;;-; ■■._ .-
,:' Hon. 'A: J.. Montague, ; Lbyingston, ; NeK
■ son" 1 county. - :.-: . <• -.. ;;-;\; ;-;\ ;:■;:•:';•■;.' --.■;:■■-■
.Hon. : Jbseph ■.':' E. ."^Villard, -Montross,.
.Westmoreland county. - y ' * ; '
' "Hon. Hal. D. Flood, Palmyra, Muvanna
county. - • '■;.. ' . .' ' ;
• •Hon. William Hodges Mann will -speak
at. Amelia on,the;26th. ,
"'lt'will; riot be long before the fight is
well under way. State' headquarters .will
HOX. ;.WM. AIiliEN ! GARKETT,
(Of tlie Tiventy^Tliird .Senatorial
,: District.) •
be. opened in the Chamber of Commerce,
In this city, this week, and thence on
the contest win-"-- tiushed in every.coun
ty of the State. Mr. Hankins,' the new
secretary, '-.. will be in" charge, and, of
course, Colonel Button, whom ; he succeed
ed, will find time to yield to his habit oi
"hanging out" at State headquarters."; in
deed," many of tho Virginian Democrats
will hardly realize they are at State head
quarters if they do not see the Colonel
around.: ■ ' : . .. .. : : ',. .
There willbe many court-day meetings
to-morrow for the purpose . of nominating,
candidates : for the Legislature, ahd;of
effecting -reorganization ' of the' party, for.
the ' county: ,' A' great many; candidate's
for both branches' of the General Assem
bly have been chosen, perhaps, : consid
erably more than; a majority of them. The
-Legislature!- is' required to "meet on the
first Wednesday "in December. : :- : ■ ;
There have been. heard statements .to
the effect that ' the 1 State ticket putup by
the -Democrats at ..Norfolk will -not ' 'be
successful by so large a majority as. usual.'
Some Republicans" are even expressing the
opinion; that Mr. Hoge will' be the next
Governor.' Of course, the "well-informed
know there", is not "the slightest 'ground
for.such prediction; 'but those who are not
so ■" familiar with conditions ; in the v btate
might attach som^ importance; to "suctt
claims.'. State Chairman Eilyson is as con
fident as ever he was on : the 'eve of a
fight: He has ; never lost a battle for the
party.' He says,, whenever discussing, the
campaign, that he, has not the slightest
doiibtof the election" of Montague. AVU
lard, and Anderson' by a big majority.
'There is much regret tliat Mr. Anderson
will not be able. to go on the stump this
fall. He' is an .excellent campaigner, and
his voice would be materially/ helpfull He
has 'a; wide -.reputation and acquaintance,
two things invaluable to the party, work
er. But hesaidbef ore he was .nominated
that he. would not in any '.way .neglect
his wbirk in the Constitutional Convention
in r "'ofder' to* make the' canvass' of ..'the
State, 1 which some might think necessary
or desirable: ; He may:' be •• able -'. to make
some. speeches '=-, without hurt to his. .work
in;.the framing of the new'Constitution,
but^of course not nearly, so 'I many- as he
-.would, have' made had; he been simply' the
practicing: lawyer in Lexington: ••.■:.
Mr. rMontagi^e .will v make the most
thorough • canvass : of : the .=. State. In the
past.Jfew. years. he has spoken in nearly
every .'. county in . Virginia. Wherever ; he
; has "made a speech ;he is -enormously.
]popular, ; : and it. was 'said:: about the: time
.the ; campaign for the nomination; was
ended . Mr.' Montague '-had captured
the delegates in nearly every county in
which he 1 had : spoken ';- in the . course of
the i: past:few years. .
•■There will not "be :: the lack of speak
ers'v/hich was anticipated when' the nor n:
inatibris . ! first ;; made: 'While it :'is
true ' that ; many of •; thec-best campaign
speakers ■ are .members of -the < convention
iandAunable to: leaver their- places a great
deal, x i-but^there';are>others who are ! not'
in ; «thei: convention"; and; are willing to go
; to work when ordered. ' '-■ "" .
There Is Senatorßarksdaie,; of Halifax;
for 'instance; "who: remarked" tb-Mr.
: son"".' Jn'.the'; lobby" : at ? Murphy's, the'other.:
/ *t6^be/9 rd .ered
H6; Bristol'- of .to' Norfolk 'or.- to any other
•• place.;;; •;..'• -„• ;;.;.;".^ : - /, ■
;v;; v ; Some *'of the .'Democrats- are .talking of
haying ':- Mr. ; Barksdale 'meet ' Mr. 7 Hoge 'on
the ! stump, a ,The " LJttle - Giant ;_wou]d .have
a ; great V'deal of if un ;wi th' - the -Republican ;
Twelve Years ef -
' A. E. Aurlnger, Braidwood^lll.^'isays:
Uwel^e^years vfrom|"botl3.>; forms?/ of %jpiles?>
* andftrylrig^ ail v sorts]of fplle^remeflltfe twith-;
loutlfellef, : ;I f am r C(fmpl^tel7jcwed'by4Byra|
f jiildiPileis Cure.liSf Sold | by 4 allf drug^staT;
lso(C^itefalb«'lßook^"Plles^Cajises!ancl*
v ; •■■: " /■^■gSil
J.. B /GROWLEYy 'j
Hon: Joseph B.Crowloy;Cong^
froni Iso binsori, . 111.,! the folio 'wing 1 praise for the great "catarrhal
tonic, Peruna. Congressman^ <3rbwloy says: ' .' ; _ ~~-\ - )\
"After griying- Peruna ,^'a fair trial I can^ cheerfully.recommeiid
your remedy taiany .one 'suitering' with coughs, colds and la grippe^
and all catarrhal complaints. ;:; v : , , :,
;"Mrs. Orowley -has taken a number of bottles of Peruna on ac
couiit of nervous troubles^ '; It lias proven a strorig^tonic and last
ing cure. I can cheerfully recommend it."— J. JB n CKOWIjEY.
. No other remedy invented by man has
ever received as" much praise: from men
of high ; station as. Peruna. ; Over forty
members of Congress have Vtried it arid
recommended' it' to ; suffering; -humanity.
They use it. themselves to guard . against
the effects ; of the" intense strain of public
life; vto ward -off-trie ill effects : of . : the
1 changeable r ;.' climate of Washington:
They keep ; it in their homes for family
use. , Theyl/recommend -it- to their/ neigh-
nominee. * He 'is especially - strong in; joint
debate-7-a rough* and- tumble -fight.'. :
Captain . Willard .reached, the city .yes
terday, having come through' from New
York, •where he: had^- been on business.
He is going, on the stump before many
days. . , :". „" "■'" , :.>':-:: .>':
: Mr. Robert Catlett, who is to" be mem
ber of the State; Senate from! the Seventh'
Senatorial District, is in the city. „ "He
has not, yet' been nominated, : but his
nomination is assured. ; .. The Republicans
are. going »to nominate Mr. A. H. Rever
conih, ..'of -Bath county, who is said- to
be one -of the strongest members of his
partyin the district. ' Nevertheless, the
election .'of Mr. Catlett ;is assured, ' •
■ : -;Mr. Hogre will be: in the cityiin a few
days, : and will spend ■a' week here!. It
is ; not. known, that , he will make any
speeches,- though," of • course, ~it :.is -ex
pected that he- will /do so.! There/ has
been some talk of an effort to arrange'
a joint . debate here between ; Mr.- Monta
jgue.and Mr. ; Hoge.- ■- . ..-•.,■;.:
.Mr. Summers,; member of the convenf
tion from "Washington, county, has been
invited to' address a 'Republican meeting,
at Newport. News: on the 10th' of next
•month.-, It is presumed .that the- Re
publicans of that city were so much im
pressed •" with . the recent speeech. of Mr.
Summers in the;; convention, which was
1 so loudly applauded by the negroes in the
.gallery, and which was promptly ; dis-.
;• avowed by Mr. ; T. Lee Moore,: the Ke
. publican member fioni Montgomery,
•-that- they want to hear him. - v .
■^ Hon. . Wiliam Allen ; Garret, " who will
represent the Twenty-third Senatorial.
District -in* the next ..Legislature, is 47 :
years old, and. was born in Rockingharn
county, K. C, within a mile. of the Vir
ginia line. He.is an. unusually line speci
men- of physical manhood, lippiuj the
scales- at 2CO ■ pounds. -iHe is- 6 feet .2
inches in height. : - -His first rubHc trust
was" the. position of -Deputy-Sheriff under
the veteran ex-Sheriff J. S. Johnson, of
Rockirigtiam. ' . . ' . " • - . • ■ .:
:; In ISSO'he married his cousin, Miss Sue
B. Trent, .-of. Henry county,: and soon
therafter. moved to his present home at
Ridgeway,- Henry county.- ,' " ; .. "-.-.■
Mr ; Garret was, a:member of-theLegi^
laturer during the -term of ISO7-'9B- : . He (is.
a man of fine .judgment and- of .excellent
I character arid understanding. ' - • r * =
:Rev. Dr. W- R.L. Smith, pastor of the
Second "Baptist "church -Of this "city, ,who
is a frequentattendant\upon the sessions
of the convention," is .a - great admirer of
'the "members,- and : is ; not - at ; all disposed
to criticise it forTnot making more rapid,
progress.,.: He writes the-Dispatchj on this
subject- as" follows: ■; ' ;
.:Entirely : 'self-moved,: I wish: to. record
: some . impressions'; derived -from : observai;
tioris on. the ; convention . which, isframing-.
our new ; organic "law.": A: more; patient;
laborious, and "unselfish.group of patriotic:
:: citizens, I believe,-, never.', grappled -with
?• grave-- problems pertain ing r to : the life 'of
the' State. -This is, the fourth, convention,
'in - the. his tbry-;: of Virginia; '} to [.which ...the
■■■ people have confided- the delicate; taste jof
'constitutional .revision. :"'Grave ; situations
confront this body,-such as;its predeces-v
- sors knew )not I of. ; The\; most
■ problems, - not' of ,'partizan ; polities, but of
',' civic justice, ; and righteousness, press for
osolutioii.V ; '•■ :'.: - , '•■'' .
r i i ■■■- The casual ' visitor / fails ■ not to observe
Vthe'air of solemnity that invests i the usual
j course ; of ■ proceedings. yAn iftihmlstakeable
has graven itself. 6nHhe: ; faces tof
ioxir ' honorable^and^faithful* servants^;
m The r chair niari fofjan "> important commit
ite'e^ith-tear^steeamlrigrdqwmhisrfacev
: said- ; recently ;to:; a fellow. ;-> member: ,1
'feel-like Prising -to"; make "a' motion; that this
Ccbriventiori fast ■ for the prayers! of [all » the
'■good -people^ ofE.Virginia:l I^believe-.that
these men are the; most, laborious :citizens
f in- the : State;-; In f the"; earlyji morning? hour,
\ they ' meefe i irili committee trooms^ and^je
1 assemble' iriitne fafternoon^whemtho^con^
?vention^has;;adjourned ; - Sometimes ; ;thjs
Scommittee ::.-w-6rk runs 4to^; midnight i and
even ; later."- In 'the 'Aram of this -business,;
l^mberslhovello'klbothTdlnnerjandrsup^
-per;- on ?the-rsime^ay:^Thei; private iin
sfefirigfaiidvimost/gladly^would^thejr^be.
SreleasedS fromXtheseSburdenaifandi^aTe^.
a Now.?thev question 1 ; arises.^ dojwei^vlrgtnj
?lahs J owe fariythlrigitol theses no We s gentle^
liltS^nefconv^tlon?|Shall^eli?!w
1 them fougj wmpatJil.es g «^Pi^rs.£g
Ishall Iw rail^ ati them ■ and ; flout:: them^forv
itheSsloT^iesaiof ; [their^moyements?|^Kfi-
;that i lriithelproduction tofj a^gTeat
l^rkTStimeßsr^lndisr^sabJe/iel^men^.
rTho-malciiigiofialCohstitutiqnlcajnotifce
|Sorw!ln?«inf lrrevef ent | haste; j
gifted men with a just/ap^;|
patient rcburtesy, or shall w « •■"WiSgH!
bors, 'aticl they da not' hesitate 'in public
print to declare' their -appreciation '.ancJ
endorsement "of this .greatest of .-^modern
remedies.,. ; . j.' ;•■ ' ; ■■.-.:■ ;
- It : . is " exactly ."as Congressman Crowley
says:. ."Peruna is a^ swift arid;*sufe"rem
edy.'forfcoughs,icolds, 1 -and ":la" grippe, and
all ; catarrhal complalrits. -';• It is an excel
lent remedy. An all nervous . It
never 'fails to prove" itself ' a ."powerful
tonic a lasting- * cure." . :. This is what
unselfish ; sefvants-bf.:God'. arid the people j
receive the honor due .from ' a self-re- ;
specting and ". grateful, 'or^;
shall " they discharge ; their' solemn"
duties fn the . '-chilly "-., air.-, of ...taunt
ing indifference" and -heartless criticism?
Let us give the! convention time to do:its
woric: ' True;"" • the >' members
their responsibility too\well. . to., allow
themselves to be thrust into precipitation.-.;
Yet, .it would-be an appreciable; comfort
for them -to- know ithati they) shall hove
the ; privilege ;o£Ofinlshing ftheir [task" in the;
cheering ilight ..a'ndu.warrnthVof the con-:
fidence, and J sympathy j'.their^ fellow-*,
icitizens.' '''■■'■ " l '\ '""''- ■"''" ' ' l •" r *"*■••' ■'■"*•" ;r .
WEDDISG IX. HIGHLAND. -
Hymen Ileaptiij; Hi»%Vxitumhal liar-;
vest— Court: "A'd JotxrneU. Out of Respect
:J[OXTEREY,': VA.; September 20.— (3pe- ;
cial.)— During the past week there- -has;
been; quite a -flurry in -the {matrimonial
market, and 'the cris>,, autumnal air is.
redolent -with;- the' fragrance; of orange,
.blossoms. ' f "
•A quiet but very -Pretty marriage was
"solemnized .by Rev. "J. .C. * Johnston at
the residence, of Mrs: Agnes Sommers:
on the, Bullpasture- river, onr Wednesday
morning, whenher daughter. Miss.: Sadie-
Sommers, became thebrideof Mr. Charles
M. .McCHritic.' The was per
formed ;in the" presence of a few special
1 friends "at 11:40 ;O'ql0ck, soon alter which
a bountiful dinner? was served./. -.. ;; ", .-•
The young oonple, accompanied by the
groom's r brother, arid i sister *' Mr.'- ; Tobe;.
and Miss Emma; and. Mr, W. P. Camp-j
bell, reached Monterey at 3 o'clock, spend-;
ing the night'afthe'new'Star Hotel; To T
morrow evening a : receDti6n*willbe given
at the home of the; groom's mother, Mrs.
Mary E. ;McClintic. ori Jackson's river. .:-
Mr. CM. McCliritic is : a prosperous
arid energetic- young business-man,".and
is postmaster at Bolar Spring, a rapidly
growing health resort, at the Bath-High
land'line: The bride -is the second daugh^
ter of the 'late M. 'Sommers, an
attractive : little?blonde,. arid* has always
' been a favorite in ?'; the circle ■ of;. society,:
in which -she moved. '" . ".
On ; the same . day, at^Unlon ■ church, I
Knapp's Creek, iru Pocohontas .(county,
Mr. ; Joseph - Siple' and ; Miss '■ Brassie :Gib
sori were united "in marriage: .. -i.- .; . "
The wedding ceremony, was also [per
formed" in Eastern Highland,. at the home
ofMr-'Joseph Siple.vSr.; and his daugh
ter.- : Miss Bertha, ■ became the : ; bride (of
Mr: 'J. ;B:; B: Armstrong, a young farmer.
■ lately ."-"of. "Bath county, now a resident of .
Highland. . ..--'- : ..- * , ..
.".: Mr."- Cornelius rWeiri'er and wife are visit
ing their^daughter.^who. resides in Au
gusta/courity. '■ : •'•■■•; : , ; • -.■."• -■ :
■ Rev. ; W. 11. Comptori ,has taken charge
ofj.the^. ministerial ;.work ; of the; late J:
M:^Eavey. in- Cfabbottom;:'.; )-*T
Mr. Clarence j Jones, medical student,
has secured, ai position iri: the .Medical
General ; Hospital: arid is - attending; a
Baltimore Medical College. ;
> : 'Forest7Hull;-?pf :Hightown, : has entered,
: the 'University :; of Virginia as ... a medical
:S"tudent.': ."^';- r ■■':■■ ::■-,-■'• ":.-:• :-■";- --.^ ' : - '■■■'•'■■.
Mr. -E. ij. McNulty.:who = ;has been a
r guest at the/Cold Sulphur.;: Springs, in
Bath, >has' returned !to his; home,- at Me-
:Dowell:: s ' . ,
i". "Mrs. \S. W. -sWilson, of Staunton. is
JvisitmV.>tne'^ome ;6flhe'r father, Mr. J.
;B; B Bradshaw;?at McDoweJi: ? . : . '- - r
" Miss Siggie , Keister, I6f ■ Eastern High
iand,:has>riiere3th'e^school : nt Harrison-,
burg/ of vwhich- her brother ;is-princlpau:
MTheTpfoclariiatlon ;of ithe^Preslcien^ w-as
:riot : : rgerierally '..observed 'in ; Monterey.^but
a tI-3;O'cldck'.on.-;Thursday./;ja-r meeting; was;
; called /-f and -*a goodlyTnumber assembled:
at-theVPresbyterian?church. ; ; The-?ser
-- vice iias opened ;by, the 'pas tor. :Rev.i John
Ruff,' ; Cqwper*slfamoushymri. "God Moves
iri' a' Mysterious sung. ,--
cware; ; madegfromj
"the 'textr n^ Samuel lill:,\ 33: ;i'Knowv t ye ■
'not that Thouiis-a^princ*. and a great
:man ; fallen Jthis day 'lri; Israel." j.^v^:'
'■'■ : - This^day Swas Jalflo ; County r Court 3 day. \
sblit few ; ;people- were' inTattenda«ce.V:Court!
was '* opened n buti f or| &\ i ewv xninutes. 2 ani;,
fthelrecord^aslc^der^^Jky^lid^eiChaJMe^
ishowsHthe^^llowlrig^adJbt^n!ns.:^>rder:
:'signated2byJpfoctamatlonipf.|the»Prcsl
rdentlof Jthe iUnlted ; States \r o ib?i observed
in -memory -of itheJllfe, patriotic; service,;
and^eatb^ of S William ;}McKin!ey;::lat»
pfesic!ent|of 'lthV^Unltedi states; I*rho /waa
baselyS assassinated;'? itiia ; Ordered ;vitha f
ithisS: court?; be Show ,-'-< adjourned ;uhtlt a the i
first day .of tho regular term In October
next." '
X' The > pest-ofnee SbviWins/has : remalneil'
Sraped^ siricb^ the^PtetiiexiVs^deiatb^ arul
:i^fcl6sed;6ri?thelday/of:ltl3,ileinli a.vi
Iburial... . ;.^|
::''On Wedriesaay night the first frost <,t
"the Reason occurred, ftnd. It trt t~j.r>>-:
damageT-was -jlone '■ to; the : corn ; erop;[wh JchJ
s.s not yet matured. Our fanners as.
row busy j cutting their corn, ana thu
crdp^is=saldlto':b»?KOOdriit|the|daiinaupi,
; > ■ ■. . -....;" ■ . •"
iwKat I thousands iof I o thar ; peopi © ) say- .^
jingSaUlbyer^thelXJnited States./ j'■ „
-"-Co"rigr^siriia : n'lKom)SusSZ. r *lJriney,ifrom'i;i
Taylorsville,sNc?C:.; Vrites'v "3*y; -secrc-^'
Starylhact?as|baci; a.^case 'of -catarrh'; as^lg;
fe'v^r Vsaw:;-'ati'dtsiric^'-:'h^ ; ;has--j-takeri|6nej|.
!botaeiof*?errai*;be^Mem^l!k*-a:dlffer«nt^
'nianiT^Borny J ;« > Z:? UTiney:..-v : ; - X X- „■V: _
1: ;-AV •,T^;'GQO<lwyn^Robin-^
"I thave novr^;
use"d one ■b^6ttle;o£;Peiru^j:"and w *am^a well '•-.
Wn;;to-day.7— AliT^'GqoAw^Ti:vV:.;r':; ; ;.:,.;
;; ; UriUe»i -i States^ Senator," W..^ Roach. ;
"f r6Siilarlmdr.e; Vljr. ; Bl/^TrHte*^ tgl ?fia»»'|
"usSiv-Pefuria^'as *a Uorilc- ;; rlt,?hasr It,?has fgr.eatly .y
;tlte." ..,--.-
H: : Ogden. : from «
;ton?' lia^.- 1 writes: ;' "I? can icon3cientlously. ;
'■. recommend- ■: y our. Peruna.^r-H/;": -W.- .05-^:
deri^-'-??^ : £"--v^ i--'V' -■ '"-,-''■& ; ' :> -" •!!•.-■ '•'■•-' ■■?■:
';* -H.-W., Smith, i from ? Mar- ,;
■physbpfb',T:lll.v; ? vwrites: "X lhave r :taken^
I one '- bottleTof SPeruna-f or my i catarrh £
•I : ,feel VveVyTm"uch~beneflted-"--George W. 1 ;
i Smith; -.v> : -,;C ■-- :r :-- '■ "'■-'" .'?: ; ' : " v- : ----f'' .- : '^.^ .
B? Congressman; -David ' :3leekison./-:from. ,
--Napbleoh;^O'.7f'WTltesi*v'^C ? -havia usea/aev-"':
■ e'r'al^bottles "' oZ- ,Peruria and v
: ; b'enertted -sthereby ?;f com -my : catarrh :of •
<the i )head." i --Dav!d*vMcekison.: " ; /' '['.: ) "$
j ilallqry, of v Pensacola, A^Fla.; ;
■^rrites:"' {^'Ifjliavo used your .; "excellent^
remedy; Pefuria, and have Irecomm ended S
-It both "as a-tonic ;arid a saf© 'catarrlt ? :
remedy."— Stephen R. Mallory. ."„.'.
i"* Senator if. -J C Butler, ex-GoyernorJof ; ;
(South' Carolina, f *i;can reconvi;.
mend Peruria for dyspepsia arid stomach, ;:
trouble.**— M^aYßutler. :" ■"". ■ "^ r : '.-*. • T'.7.
. -Senator W. ? , Yl.-:Y 1 .-: Sullivan, from
. Mlss".r , writes if '**VL ' take ; pleasure tn ; re-
rcomineriding; :your"sTeat Inationai; catarrh. . :
I cure",;. Peruria.: as? the bes t '-V- have "ever :
"tried."-^WVIy.^ Sullivan. . -^l^:-" '. ;"
Si Senator ?J. ; - 51. r Thufstorii 'frpni -Omaha,
writes : vPeruria^Yentlrfly. • r»Uove<lT
- rrio" of :a. -very ; ircitatins; coush."-^J. M. 1
.Thurston. "•'..;'' ; ;f "' : ~"'-'""-i-r.-^"'-:.-' x ~' :
from; ;
■Neya'da; vwrites:*;."l have" f taketiTorio bot-i*;
'tie of Peruna, aridf'it Ihas* .'-benefited ma •
immensely.''— H. G. Worthington. „■ ," '//■.".
'i 'CcSngOT^rnaaf^Ho-ward, _ .from^Fort •
Payne,^ Ala., writes: T..VI !have-*'takon I .Pe-' /
runa /or/ila-' r grippe, arid: I take tpleaaura
An :recommeridiiig;Periina as r an -'excellfent
remedy."--3! r .^ r . : HoTvard.| ; ; ;:,'"I t .
Congressman ''Wulis': Brewer, from :
HaynesvHle;' Ala., wriles : -"I hav^ used
t one ,bottle of . Peruna fbr' lass ltilie.": and- I
:take pleasure" in recommending: It."r-W"illls
1 -\'.-. I '/.'■' .>■-.-.':-, ; ■.'"'..... ;' ":..
If you do riot derive prompt and satis
■fa'ctory results froni tha :use:of ?Pet*tna, ;
write "at once to Dr. Hartman.* :givtnsc.a :
full statement of your case/ and he wtlV
be pleased to .give you his valuable!ad
vice gratis. :'-;• ; . . .
AclSress *I>r. -Hartman, president of th».
rHartriiari Sanitarium,. Coliimbus.-O.
above referred to 'does "not 'prove to b«
serious.- -->'-•' • ." : . -
; t The {nishts are . unusually. ■ cool for th*
season, "the' meVcuf'y fulling to 37 degrees,':
and evening fires are the order of th 4
■day: :■ --■ ' :.■:.'■ ;y; ' . ■ : r 'S-^\?. : - V-:'V
'-•.:.■':. -:'■ y.-.'il-- < a> "-.:»•:.-.:--■;■..;■; ";-
Transfers of Property.' r " "'
Tn Richmond:. E!ir.aieth K. JOirt Ri<;h- :
ard P. 'Dunn ;to Charles A. Rose, ni3^4;
feet on 'riprth ; side Jackson street. 31 "-1 1
feet fronveastVsidsTof (Clark street, %.
'■i'-"Giibert?^"J. 'iHnntt . and'^Vif^e to^'W. J:;
Whitehurst; 2Eifeet o'n '■ north ■ sM«':;n.f. T> — ;H ■■
avenue, 19110-J2twest jof tHarrlson.:; JT.OOft '
Old Dominloni'Buildlng.'and I^oan 'Assd- ,'
elation to A". "."C. Garneal. trusteo. 60C-13;
feet .on south .side of - Bqyd street, . 125
feet west of Honcoclc' street, and 18 ;feet
"on: south iside "of: ; Boyd street, 10T feet
west of Norton. ?1,375. .
jWiliiain. .B.Plzzini, tnisteo, to . Oaorga ;
Herman, IS feet on north side of P street,^
between ■■-Twenty-sixth . and Twenty-*
seventh', streets.^ s2oo. :« v :,, ; v v t •.■..i- , i
3? The'-'Southern Benedictine *., Society : . oC,
North Carolina to tho Right:Rev*"A:Vaaf
de iVyver,- -I>.: I>. F :'Blshop of the Ronian^
Catholic .^Dioceseiof t Richmond, Va., trus- J
tee; 60.GS feet on north "side of Marshall >
street, between Third -and Fourth, "510,|
etCV ■;-■ ■■■ ■ :■:' -■■■ - : - -.i.tW.t-' 'J~i+~^r^-£t.
S. P. Waddill, Clerk, to R. B. Bowe,
170 7-12 feet "on south _side ;ot Hanover
street," . southeast "corner " r of "* Rowland
street, in name of Joseph G. Beattlerifor
taxes. :i?15.07."jf.?A i,; £.\ :'&?' '■ . ':'f?l- '■
In Henri co :;?Joseph ~\Z.'. Fouxqpreaa ana
wifeitosH. MJ Fleming,^ lots 35and 1* «n
square 'S?A on' plan of Chestnut?Hlll. Saflw.:
'M.'^li^Franklln and .wffe tojM. Tlrti^n,'
twenty-five acres "on the ohiieaßai and
Chesapeake "andijOhio railway.^S^^,!"^;;
; D. J. Martin to Henry 23. 3iHIS, 20 ft»t
on east side"; of ';^ Thirty-fourth, street, 38
feet north: of Clay street, ?m>. ■£ : --.;v-i:,
Newton, Patterson, and Hooper, JSNW
masters, to W. T. Sm»ot» 19 feet qtt" west
side of' Duncan Istreet;;lß ifeet* froni C33Jt:
street iand 16 S-12 'feet on .Wood street, ;
Chelsea^ H:1I, -$?>«- ;
• Ridge, -^ißaptlaitr "church's trustees tq
Michael 'Urbah;l2-2 acres at the^unctlon
of the Three .Chopped ; and ; the •^CiulocJ
casinroads. '<■'-] ■■" '■ ■'■■■ <y * yi*:i.sy i *: i .s £*.%.%■■
A^ J. Shackelfofd to;'Franceg -/wfllfcf
ghackelford,. : 12L30: acres i about Z' : t-welyi
mile 3; east To C Richmond, on the^WiiJlftms* ;
burg road,: ? 3, etc. _ ; _::; : / .■'■vA3-=
Deafness Cannot be Cured*
by local < applications, as ! they^cannbfi
reach ; the diseased , portion [o£ .the tear,"
There ' is only one way •to cure* 'deafness,
and that ' is by; constitutional remedies*
Deafness -is ; caused jbi' aaiinflamed vcOn»'
ditioh*of the* mucous lininsiof-thaEuata-;
chian'- Tube. . ;,; When .this :tubo i grots In-
Hamed you- have < a rumbling: asouad aOC
limperfectHhearJng/.antl; whecrjit ''la -en
tirely/, closed ..deafness i 3 tho results ami
unless tbe. ; inaammation : cs.n be ' takext'loat
and :• this ; tube ; restored j to ; its | normal . con- j
dttlonr hearing wiir be ; destroyed forever;;
;nlne:cases 'outiof ' ten aro- caused bjr--ca^^
! tarrh;t.wbich J isinptiiing ibut | an 1 inflamed:
' condition Jof* the mticuocs; surf aces. -,;:: i; ■;;
.-We.wUl ' jrt«« Q"%9^Bttatdred DoUars -< te*
. any case of /Hcatneaa (catised : by - catarrh)
; that :• cannot ibel cured ?by . Hall'si Catarrn
Care^'JScgia^t'Ji^timataTS.'Cfreo;^::;:^ ' : >r^
ff?.:- -F,- J; CKENEYi&ICO.v-Toledoi 'O^
' -Sold^Dy^dwiS^sts.TGa, -: - , '■ ■-■-■" - T*^
;Hall I s^Faiany;-Pin3lareitlid best. ;;'. . '
; Wheat,Rye, Oats t
Clover, and Grass
"■■'■' ■-■•'^^■■-■- ' ■ -■-..-■ ■■■■-■■ -."■..:" ." ■ - ... ■ ■ - .■_;■■ ; : :
l^ntetfor^pJice^adliamples^-i'-i' -'■' " -
S.T.BeveridgeSGo.
— > - <•- - - - - , , -
e» nee
*»t«SthasworJt5 M tf«(Jqw^lt|*«t.»^lUU,aa*|
Cttrw^* lscarabl«w^3Hotifalaii»a» {» sts,«acfr.t^
etiufßottj»^;&««^W^ks«»tt* tor BiH>«tl»S
■aiisr f harswey,. ,74 Tjni»«rslty Paca, Kay* Vm3u'^

xml | txt