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Copytlght, 1901, by Robert Howard Russell.
lS^^ro--^tUn V-to'Sbe;,..thV -to'Sbe;,..th' i .gr-rcutest;
|^br^n'aation;in;th'^rru!d/',s^dMni
pSennessy.Who i had ; been 'laboring through
pjjagesFof^athletib/intelligcnce which- he
r / ;_. ■ / „:^'
pSL-Ohtso wo- ar-re.V said Mr. Doolcy. ; An
pi wobdherrdoesUt do; us t anny fi ßood
L^mpoorted/ir'm, th/ j English. , Th^^e
& a^sayin' ;overj there that tK? jook j JggJJj
gaihton-said-firs^orsomebody^aid^him,
$?nh^ that/sbecn said; a number.lv times
ißJice^that th« /battle iv Watherloo^vas
J^bnY^n th'playln- fields v. Eton, :.that
l^s s gSb^ir^t^"SaS.:
&& s htln^; people, an' a / Fr-rinchman
P^bn'^Wt^'golufjb^l-fl^h^^i
1 fehovel. Th' Germans .is a hard> ,; race, ,
ihi-j-they Ihrain on Wesphalyan^ ham an ;i
llßoodweiser. an* :.th';i on'y exercise :;; they
iliaveW" Is bowlin* at a sangerfest ■ \Th
« 3l6osayans is a. tur-rble : crowd; ar^thej |
? >get their strength by standin' on th cor
g ncr askJn': if ye have.army ol' .clothes ye d
"' : likse to sell or be matchin' kopecks.fr th.
I^ddkies. Ar-re we army batther. telVme,
th* high tinnis experts, th ; in
viherprisin' rowsmen, th'^ cbampeen yacht
fe«rs iv th' wurruldthin we were whin we
ij^weie ; on-y th' champeenipuddlers, rnim-
sewin'-machine asrents?
¥iAVhy: is /England losia'.i: her : : supreemacy,
Eaainnissy? Beeu.use Englishmen get down
f"to /their: jobs at iliven o'clock, figurln a
I roluf scoor. on their cuffs, an' lave ava
to; twelve on. a Wcyde. ■ We
Ibate thim. because 'twas th' habit iv
joynts iv commerce f r to be up with
? ? th' cock an' down to th' damper befure
fW- cashier come; an' in his office all day
I Jong in his" shirt sleeves, an' settm on
S-Oi' safe till th' las' man had gone. Now,
*>iti ye call up wan Iv these captains iv
f.Jndusthrees at Van o'clock iv a Saturdah
; "nfthernoon, th' office boy answers th
-iillyphone. ■ Th' Titan iv Commerce is
ifjout in a set iv green, an' blue knee
s^breeches, batin' a hole ih\ a sand.pile an
=-cur-rsln* th f evil; fate" tliat made him a
vinillyionaire. whin natureT intinded him|
'•'.Tt a goluf cbampeen. Te can't keep ye'er
i«yeon tb.' ball an' on th* money at tli*
* same time. Te've got to be wan thing or
another in this wurruld. I niver knew a
i/good card player or a great spoortsman
r that? cud do\so much iv. annything else.
-They used to tell me that Napoleon Bonjr
: parte, th* impror iv th* Frilich, was a
: champeen chess player, but Hogan says
fc'e "was on'y good, because, annybody that
; tiate him might as well i' go down an' -', be
measured f r his ball an* chain. A rale
' hlghi' class chess player, without room' f'r
annything else in his head, cud close his
eyes an*- put tli* dhrings on Napoleon
:23onyparte in three moves. Did ye iver
iear iv Grant wearin' army medals f'r
"a-liundherd yard dash? Did army wan iver.
Well ye iv th' number iv base hits made!
Abraham Lincoln? -.Is there army re
jCordiv George Wash'nton doin* a turn
Son a'thrapeze or Tliomas Jefferson, gettin 1 .
•"th*; money f*r throwin." th* hammer? ' ■' ■
//"In me younger days 'twas not con
:shidered rayspictable f'r to be an athlete.
iAi athlete was always a man that not
enough f r wurruk." -Fractions
: dhruv him f r'm school an* th* vagrancy
'laws dhruv, liim to base-ball. We used
• to.goto th' ball game to see him. sweat
an*; throw pop bottles at -th* empire, but
jione iv his fam'ly was iver proud iv him
•except his younger brother. A good- seat
on. th'bleacheries, a bottle .handy /f'r
a neegaryous decision "at first base an' a
/bag iv. cracker-jack w^.s"as' far iver I
"got tow'rd being" a spoortin* character,
: aa*. look at me now! 1"c can't have ye'er,
strength an' use 'iiji too, Hinnissy. I
; gredge th* power I waste in walkin' up
stairs or. puttin* on me specs." .
1/ "But 'tis good f'r th' women," said
■Mr.' Hennessy
r-/i~-"Is it, faith? "said Mr. Dooley. "Well,
r St may be. 'but it's no good f r th' wo
man f r th* men. I don't know army
Uueries«nrfAnsprs
ji ; The 1 ■ * f Seniox' w Senator.
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
3_ Which is the senior* senator? The
one who has served the greater number
'of ; years or the one whose term . expires
first? '■ • --„
F"2."'Where can I get -or exchange old
: and^ odd numbers of magazines .
Greystone, Va.
The first of the two senators elected is
.the senior senator. Our. ■ correspondent,
of 'course, knows that both are not elect
ied^.by; the- same Legislature. For .'.ln
stance,. Senator.. Daniel is our senior sen-.
ator; because he was chosen before Sena
tor Martin, though the latter: now has
jnore years to .'serve.. If Major Daniel
to decline re-election, and Mr. Mar
tin were to be elected; again, the latter
iwouid; be senior senator and Daniel's
successor the junior senator:
i- We know of no concern or person
that makes a business of exchanging or
•!buying old and odd numbers of maga
zines."" Missing of periodicals
Slight" be; obtained by purchasing- them
irom the :■ publishers.
: : ': >'TIjV T»Vo AVeaver.s."
:5To r the « Editor' of the" Dispatch:
C^TTill- you " kindly advise me ; where / 1 can
obtain^ a., copy, of the "poem 'entitled "The
'*PwoV/Weaveis"?"The first line are as
ifoliows:; -;/■ " ;?*-.•/-•' ..^ .';'. - : -: ■ '/ / :
!*'Two*\'"■weaversVsat • beguiling time "with
-,' friendly/chat, / : ./,::
the pi iee -of:- meat so
: "' : :;iiigh a■> weaver scarce- could: eat.
,V; '. ■ " GRAVITr./
"-We^ cannot. recall, the poem.j. Perhaps,
SIS yon liavca' ta reKulxr^ healthy iuorcment of. the ;
§ bowels every day. you're sick, or ttIU be. Keep your I
I txiwols open, and hn Iwe 11 .." Force, in llie suapo of*
• violent |iti ysic < or pill | poi sou, is | dangerous. \z. The ;
emootbest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping tb» I
I bowels clear, ana clean Is to fcalio ; ; '"?;> •-. : . l:r
Sfv^ftii£l-^ T"AOf MARK i m§miHUl*6gis&Zjrtk
I^»S?S°? fJS^blfc'BotentiTw^'c^^'itoOowtv
B«SK5 lcken i w«w «a k on; orOrlj>e. lOe. 2s«v^fiOc.Wrltor
|-^*»««Mwi». ul bookletoaJbeAUh-^iiarcss Bs?
iPEiTiiIPBpiMI
t-tearm orfT& elrmiy^^
■.- .--■ ■-!-■■ ■••■-»:',.--:i--.-- ■■:-:■■■•■'-.-.
:hihg that! cud; be mor^demoralizin';|.thih
:o;be marrii.- tora woman ! that :cudj give
n£i ay stJirbke • aljShtlcloVat t!goluf:?; 'Tis
rolnVtolT>e:th'.rooii iv'fam'ly"llfe:r /Twill
>reak up; i th' ; ; happy .*! home. f-I'm'; a ; man;!
pv-e'll ; say, .; that' s j. dowri^ t r'm v\ th',; ' "arlyi
hornin* ' bendin' . over; a ledger; an' ; thryin*.
;6:trapTa"donar.*or two 'to keep ;thV land
ord . f r'ni th. ;dure- " I r ; dlsplse athleets. ;
[ see that alii th' men" that ' have a; metal-.
IcratUe whin, they get on"ja?,movln' :
3treet-car, are: pounds .:: overweight' :j an'.;
wud -blow up If ;theyiogffed ajound- th'
:orner.- Well; I cbme\home:at night. an'
".omatther how -I've : :been;'Here-you-d'.
iH ' day, I f eerin me heart ;that:l'm^th.' ;
jig^ thing there. What makes me feel that
rvay.isays ; you?. 'Tis "thVslnse iv ' physical
superiority; ' ; Me.: wife " is • smarter: thin I
am. r She's had ; nawthing' \to% do all day
but'th' ? house* wufruk an' puttin* in th'
coal an* studyin' how she can m'aka -me
3b. something I don't want to do -that
E wud want; to: do if ; she didn'tvwant
me to do it. She's 1 thraine'd (to , th' ; minyit
in havin' her, own '.way. . Her mind's clear^".
er; mine bein' : full -iv; bills ivjladin'; -she
can talk betther ah' more frequent; : she ;
can throw me fam'ly in me face, : an'
u-hiri har-rd: put to it, : : her "starry, eyes
can gJeam with tears that I {think ar-re
grrief.but she knows difTrent.." An' I give
In. But I've •won. just, th' same.- F"r
down , in nic heart I'm' sayin': 'Susette, 1 ;
If I. were not a gintlemahithat .wud? scorn ;
to smash a lady, they'd be butwan endinV
to this fracas. .Th' /right to Jth' pint iv
th' jaw, -S'jsette." I may . riiver ; .use it,
d'ye mind. We may go on livin' together
an' me losin' a battle ivry; day f'r fifty
year. But I always know 'tis there an'
fhe, knowledge makes a .proud an'
fiaughty man. Ifeel me arm as I go out
to lock th' woodshed'-again an' I say. to
mesilf: ..'Oh; woman, if I iver cut loose
that awful right.' ; Aii' she knows it, too.
If she didn't she wudden't waste her
tears. Th,' since iv" her physical infeery- .
ority makes her weep. She must weep
or she must fight. Most army woman
n-ud , rather . do; battle thin . cry, but they
knows it's no use.
"But now how ' is it? ; I go home at
aight an' I'm met at th. 1 Vdure be afe
nale joynt. _ Me wife's th' champeen lady
?olufess iv th'.;lvy Leaf - Goluf dub; th'
iriest oarslady on th' canal ; a tinnis play
jr-'that none, can raysist without injury.-
She can ride a horse an' I cudden't stay
an a merry-go-round, without clothes
pins. She can box a good welter-weight
in' she's got medals for the* broad jump.
Th, on'y spoorts she isn't good at is
2bokin', an' , washin'. . . ,TJiis ?. large ;' lady, :, a ,
little peevish, because' she's on! her; dh rive,
meets me -at ' th' dure an' •issuin'
Drdhers befure I have me shoes oflt.; '.' 'Tis
just th.' same as if I was back on th'
hoist. She doesn't argy, she doesn't
weep. She jus' says 'Say you,', an' I'm
off on th' bound. ~. 1 1 look her over ah'
say I to . mesilf : "What's th' good? I
cudden't cross that guard,' an' me reign.
Is ended. : I'm ;back to th.' ranks iv. th'
prolitory.
-"It-wont do, Hinnissy. It's a> blow at
good g-overhmint : 'Twill disrupt ..th'
home. Our fathers was . r-right They
didn'trisk their lives an* limbs be marry-;
in' these female '}. Shark eys./ What, they
wanted was a lady that, they'd find set
tin*, at home whin they arrived tired ;f r'm
th.' chase that : played, th' harp to thim
an' got their wampum away fr'm thim
more like a church fair thin like a safe
blower. In th' next eighty or ninety
years, if I make .up mind to lave this
boistherous life an' settle. down, th' lady
that I'll rayquest to double me rent
an'- divide me borrowin' capacity will
wear, no medal f'r. athletic sports. F'r,
Hinnissy, I'm afraid I cud not love a
woman I might lose a fight to."
"I see be th' pa-aper," said Mr. Hen
nessy, "th* athletic girl is goin' out, what
iver that means.' '
"She had to," said Mr. Dooley, 'or we
WUd.": . ;
if it is not too long, some of our readers
will send- it to us.; ..-• . '.-. v ,
PronTmciatloxi. of- Czolffoar. • :/
To the Editor of the Dispatch: /•
Please: publish in your i.next issue the
proper pronounciation of the name of the
man who shot the President. ;
Swansonyille, Va. ; Dr. W. *T.
The name is spelled Leon Czolgosz, but
as to its proper pronunciation there are
several varying views. Many contend
that the proper pronunciation; is as if
the word were: spelled Tsolgotz— with the
"t" slightly sounded, and the "o" as in
folly.: The name is Polish. V ......
Others say the name is pronounced
Shawl-gosh and; Shollgosh. The sz of ■ the
final syllable has somewhat the sound of
Vsh," but the exact pronunciation is a
sound difficult for the English tongue to
accurately/reproduce.-. '. : .
- ■ : Remedies -Wanted.
To the Editor of the Dispatch: / . ■■/..
"Will s'oube so kind as to inform -me
what is the best cure for blackheads (if
.there is r any) and; an; oily skin;/ also,'
. wha t will kill and keep . bedbugs ;on?/of; on? /of
beds? By, answaririg these few ques
tions, you will - greatly, oblige : a Dispatch
reader. // ' "ANXIOUS TO KNOW."
The best we can do is to refer, you to
your druggist. "; ' :• : ; ; /
Omission' of'Samc from a '■■ Deed.'
Tdthe JEditor of the; Dispatch: ; ■
A makes B a deed of baxgain and sale.
C writes the deed, but in : preparing'; it,
; omits the name of the grantee/. The deed
is put on record, ; and some years- after
this omission is! discovered. All parties
appear in open court, and by motion tof
'counsel ask the* Judge : to .enter -an/order.
; directing . the necessary; change in the
deed.' : Has not .; the Judge the : authority
to do thisf; : CONSTANT KEAD ERi/
Xo, the Judge has no such' authority. A
bill in equity,, in the; Circuit; Court,' 're
citing all the facts, "would accomplish'
our ? corresponded t'sPpufpose,. the:; parties
■ being: all ;agreed:V;Tiie proper; way to.
'remedy; the^troubY^ is -to make a; new
deed [referring, to/ the old one, '.and 'stating'
: tho omission of the- name to have -been '
inadvertent.'?"-. ■/....;'■;/ '; ;:'//;/ ..;'//;. :"".-" ;
;-;Attacl>jMcnt" Issued by: a.. v Justice.;-:
-To the Editor of the Dispatch:
i:^^jus^tce;issued!aWarrant;to^try a [ civil
case}; forV about v s7o;:-' ;OnV;Qio i, day % set
I fore^itrialr: the ft defendant ;■ applied: :f or. fa
iVemoyairqf "the^case^toT the;CountyTcbiirt^
|Befo>e|reiao val^ the ; plaintiff ? for:
?anTat^^hmehtJimderj:sVeUon|2^.Tpntth©^
fpurihl groimd/;"c6nvertinsv? &c. '■>' ■-, Thefjur-^
ffied! ? all! th c j papers\tb| Gbuntyl Cbur t)#biCL
some Interesting /•■
A Phenomenal Sale
of Taffeta Silks.
20-inch extra /heavy /weight,
all pure Silk Taffeta Silks, fast
edges;' -extra /;he^vy^ weigHtv;;all
( and|in all the iij^w^and
staple shadings.
' colors,
Tan, Yellow, Heliotrope,/
Mode, ' Lilac, Maroon
Corn, . liavender, : Terra-cotta,
.;:,-. :--■;;-. . . ;- r ' . ; n'. : -;; ;;' .; » . _ " .
Cerise^ V Purple, j / Red,/ y .'•
Nile, -Reseda, Olive,
Rose,, White, I>ark Green,
Pinlc, - Black. -
The'V quality you have always bought
here and elsewhere readily, at ." fCc^ a
yard.' _ ; .; ;';.- _ ' /; - _
Our ;- Special; 50c. Yard i;
Black; All-Pure-Silk: .Taffeta
- Silks, heavy-weights, • all \ pure silk, rich,
lustrous Blacks, • extra values,
OSo., $1.15, $1.29, and 51.39 yard.
Guaranteed
Black Taffeta 51Iks ,
21-inch Extra Heavy-Weight All-Pure-
Silk Taffeta, every yard ; guaranteed to
give entire satisfaction, the regular 75c.
kind; /special. ....O5o. : yard.
. Better'grades at ........75, 89c, and ; sl.
de Chine.
In all the new, staple, and wanted shades,;
• -79c, ?1, and ?1?bo.
Figured Crepe de Chines, new and
stylish patterns ....$1.25 and $1.50.
Dress Trimmings. -
- \Our 6 wn'importatibn'i of high
grade Dress . Trimmings, in ex
clusive designs. '. i
. -French" and; Crerinan Applique : and Silic
Trimmings, in Black,; .White, and colors;
new and very /exclusive designs. Prices
■ - < 25c to $6 yara.
Persian Bands, embroidered anri hand
painted on .satin and' silk.. Prices, :- j
: . sOc. to ?«.
Persian Spangled Galoons. Prices,
; : ; 50c. to $10 yard.
Black Spangled] Gimps and AH-Over
Nets, in an immense variety of new pat
terns ............ ...........:...:. 500. to 10.
Large assortment -of Spangled Robes.
Prices .............. ......;.......?35 to §«».
Complete assortment " of Applique ana
Embroidered All-Overs, exclusive designs,
and positively the most complete assort
ment ever shown by any .Richmond
house. Price 5.. ....... ...54.50 to 515-yard.
Bolero and Eton Jackets, in Black
spangled,'' ; ■ Black a^nd . White / braided,
arid embroidered appliques. Prices,
/ • .:; $2.50 to ?20.
the justice exceed . his ; authority in . is
suing this attachment? /. , A.B.V
"Hanover, Va.
No; we think not. The case. was in the
justice's hands until sent: to the court.
The' attachment is; a summary proceed
ing to preserve : the property,' and might,
wethink, be had even after the case had
been removed. The case with all its facts,
is not before us, however, . and we are
not certain. -
" - ■ Blarion.' Soutnyvorth. ; (
To the /Editor 'of theDispatcn:
jln your issue; of August 11th, you
spoke -of "Beauty and Booty," by Ma
rion- South wor th". . .What is the nature of
the book?" Please give the name of the
publisher? Who was (or is) Marion
Southworth? . ; C.W. L. /
: Let some Dispatch reader answer. .
How to Remove MllldeTr.
To the Editor of the Dispatch: _ ,
Will you kindly; publish in your columns
some preparation : that will remove mill
dew from black Henrietta cloth, and
oblige, / ;; : M.S. H.
Cismont, Va. '. ; . : ■". .' . '/ ;; ;.'/;/■;■.
-Wo "shall have to get some ; of our read
ers to supply this information.
Validity of ' An Unrecofded^ Deed. :
To - the - Editor ', of the - Dispatch: _
Can a person obtain; possession . of land
by means of a deed recorded ; thirty years
after being .made, -when: the,-parties;.to
the deed have died, and the >land deeded
has been ■. sold j or : , passed to; : the heirs of
one who : originally, held -it in possession?
Is.tliere any ; . limit; to' the validity ; of a
deed not- recorded? •.: ■;■-- . ..-"^ r" ': •.. ■ •V-
The deed mentioned' would t>"e good after
thirty years as .between the ;purchasor
and. the grantor and his heirs, but "worth
less as to -a ".'Subsequent -purchaser, for
valuable consideration who knew nothing
of the deed. ...; ; .'■- -■•/- ;;■;;":
- As between the heirs . and. the holder
we think the . deed" is = a' good one ■- now.
It' was made ; by their aricestc-r,-- and:- he
parted with his title in the : land/ and [ his
rheirs • cannot * get from - ; him ; what is ■ riot
his. , ;"■;■ > ;:
' ; You .w ould better, not act ■on this .: ex- -
parte opinion of ours, however, as : it is
made .. without ' all .the -facts before: us:
Better - consult" your'; lawyer-;; with; ■ the; '■
; papers before; him.. - ; . . '
'The rlong;time';tbat this ;deed has .been
held^would tend toraise.a •presumption'; of
■fraudj in =' its procurement 'iriVcase the ques
tion of fraud were raised." " .
The Randolph Family.
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
■} . } The query .of your , Hampton '.'cbrres
l pbndent'jV'; in "i thje ':■ Dispatch Hof ij September;
i lSthVabou t .'j, th'eVch'ildrenL \ 6t " Ed ward; Ran-;
. dolph is /accompanied; with : soirie;; inaccu
racies.
;.^Edwardvßaridoiph; .^ Edwardvßaridoiph was the seventh and
•Maryj, Isham/:; They ;: had^'two'S 'daughters,^
j one ?of VriWhqm Sinarried a' ; ; Blarid-^froriv
whom vi GeneralQßbbert^E^: Lee ;was|^le^l
(scende^r^ndlttel^Uierlma^riedfa^StluiS
;£i.T^VMSS£s"npte&\pf^Johtt'|RandoiphTf6fa
i- Rbaribke^nbwjintjpqssessibn^ of ■ Rev Vs. Gvfßl|
sßfyanF:Pf*Hamptori,-. has this record { ~o£ l,
Jl^ardman^Ph: ' '- '- . 3^g|
(whp,liyed ;
Uhi of a ship, captivated at a luunchlat!
Wc. an no^ceforMond ay ,;September23a ( ;o ar^^%^
inspect our stock: and become tHOTpughly acquainted with the t&oroughness of our prepara-
Ullce ent -ii'ely fair, especially so when comparisons have been
made with other stocks; - ' . • -
Colored
Dress
36-inch . All T WooI Vene
tian. Cloths,: in all the/new
\ andiwanted fall • shadings,
•.-■• : ;::'-'>"":f.-. : -:->; ' /.- ' " ; /-/ OOc.
;- ; ;42-irich -All-Wool ; French ;
■ Whipcords, stylish arid ser
viceable, / ; full range or
[■ shadings /; . . . .; . . . ..... •.- 75c#
■ : '-" . 48-inch / - Satin - Finished
Prunella-. Cloths, in ; ari^;im
mense assortment of -color- ;
ings, " •actual '" value : 51-35;
special ;;./........:; $1 yard.
62-inch " All-Wool -liougn
.: Finish • Cheviots, ina'.l .the
wanted ; shadings ......: .?i. '.
SS-irich All-Wobl Covert
lOloths, / j ust ; the ' i proper
weight f or , tailored . suits,
all" colorings; ......... §i.°°.
56-inch All-Wool ; Paca
Clothinew and stylish, "full
range of colors ...:.. 51-°'*
New Basket Weaves, m
in all the new shadingsi •. ■•■;■
... $1.50 and §a.
.56-inch White; Hair-
Stripe Suitings, . new i ana;
stylish '. . . . . . . ...... . .J1.70.
"Broadcloths, in every.
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1, $1.25, $1.50, to.?3iyara.
Lad I&s. 51 Ready - to-M/ea r ; ; M. ppa rel .
New Tailored Suits.
High gride, perfect tailored garments,
with the proper, set style to them. All cut
in the latest shapes. The materials used
are Lyman and- Pebble Cheviots, Broad
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3 Strong Suit Specials
That Deserve Special
Mention. :
: ; A' Very Jaunty S^uit of All-Wool. Che
viot, made .with jacket or Eton, silK
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ual.vaJuesls; special ............— •5 1 -- oO v
A Very Fashionable Suit of All-Wool
Pebble Cheviot, Eton and" coat effect, silk
lined ' skirt cut in; the newest 'Shape,
seven gore, with graduated flounce, con
sidered a bargain at $17.50;. special.. -.?lo.
A' Very Dressy Suit, of -either Pebble o*
Lyman. Cheviot and Broadcloth, Eton ana
coat effect, silk lined and- faced; skirts
five, seven, and nine gore, with graduated,
flounce, fully wor th $20; our special price,
Gravesehd Miss Groves, an >• Heiress of
. £10,000," whom he. married and naa „ .
■ ' "I.'. Joseph, died unmarried. V:
"2 ; ; Edward. Married Miss Lucy Harn
son of .Berkeley, sister of Governor H
and-Mrs.. Speaker P^ndolph.by whom he
had^Harrison (married first T Miss; Starke,
by whom had Edward and Lucy and sec
only :Miss Jones, of Brunswick). - . „
I "Lucy married Mons. Latil, of Frarice
;;l "3. Elizabeth : ■ married Rev. Williar. -
Yates, of Gloucester." .- . -_._•■"-■'
;"4. : Mary married Rev. .Robert: Yates
two daughters : married in England. : ,
Bishop ■ Meade following John Randolph
gives the maiden name 'of Mrs. Edward
Randolph as But her name was
Grosvenor. ; My ..- grandmother was .her
granddaughter, and while she died; when
I was too young to remember having
heard ; her. say ; so, - her oldest .daughter,
who lived .in daily intercourse with/her
.for fifty years, ;; of ten 'told :. me ; ; so and
gave particulars of the marriage in Eng
land and of the launching at Gravesehd 1
and urged my father to preserve the name
in the . family -by ; calling my youngest
' brother Grosvenor. ;■ ;- .- -,; :
•'Edward ; Randolph was a seafaring man,
and' is spoken of /in the Dinwiddie
papers as being "in. Virginia with one or
more : of his' ships about 1755, etc. - "When
arid where l he died, : and .whether, he .ever
came to Virginia to reside, is unknown;
.The old aunt; to whom I have I refer
red; always- told me.; that his wife was
I an . heiress, j arid V a Quakeress or .(of ; such
j Quaker , sympathies- against ; negro (slavery
that she .would/ never, 'come / to America..
; Her sons-in-law : were broth ers ; and ; Vir-;
ginia.born sons of theißev. ; Bartholomew
"Tates, /an/ English ": born who
for, more ; than thirty, years was ~ rector of
Christ ; church; :"■ Middlesex . 'county, ■;•: Va. .
■ All: three ;. of ; his . sons -were ministers .in
-the' Colonial ;iChurch, ; the >ldef— of : his
own name — succeeding his . father;; as ; rec~
", tor : of -the.; Middlesex '> church';-. and;';like'; his :
father,'- [continuing 'such for": more ■ than'
thirty.^years..- They _. were educated at
Oxford; and on. their visit to i England J^to,
obtain" orders in ; : ,the\- Church; the>. two;
: younger were ' married' and e returned ;.td;
to; officiate ;" /; in ■<:_'. Gloucester,
:. churches. /Robert;. 'Continued: until his
/of .Pelswarth" parish,; and
diediieaving children, ■' one of ; whom,.
; Lieutenant Bartholomew; Yates, when
about : 20 . years jof ■ age, .was ; captured / at
•? Princeton arid pied while a ' British ■ pfis-;
oner from ; wounds - inflicted" by. the Hes- \
siaris \ afjer his '■. surrender," and another of j
iwhbm^Catharirie^married Dr.- ; Robert j
-.Wellf ord;Vof "rFredericksDurg, '.. from ; whom
all : the : Wellf ord ; family;: of Virginia; are
; descended/ . .. '„ - - , |
/.The/; younger r ?. brother; ; William Yates/i j
vwhoV: rnafried% Enizabeth? Randolph","- ; ;i wa§,|
rrectorjfor'many years of 'Abington^parish,.|
i ; until^|hisjv- removal/: to i; WilHamsburg,;']
where", he died as rector of ißruton i
'parish :i and /president : /'of /Wniiam /;; and; ■
!_M_aw3Cpllege.^-Hislwid6"w;Jmarrled_!lThVo^
idorah^Blaridjand^rembvediwithher^Yates
■children ; to ;' Squthside ;": yirginia?M|Fromi
theseßchildren'" v "many ' ■'■ of the < Gholsons;
/were :^: amoii^y^them. I;;vßev/i
John Gholson- fc Judge" ': William"
YateslGhqlsqn,"; of a Ohio, :^and -Mrs.^ Fran-/
iceslTJ}'. Glasgow^ of (Richmond, 7 ; mother/of:
■Arthur^T-l Glasgow|and^Miss>Ellen^ Glas4l
fgow^the jauthqress.
&It ] appears!^
fchildrein^af son? and'^daughter: ,;i Pfbf essbr.^
rßjrdJ^'f^^UliaS£landlM^^y^9?.^? &o '' Is .
; aTdes'deiidarit|of Ittelsepond i: Edward.
pEdwardt Randolph ,is sumeiirnes men
it^^faptEdward ,|of i Brem o^CaH|anyjbfi
UocaUoS'^of|jW^'B.remo^iorlt^r!iwhy,^he!
was over so called? ' B. R. W., Jr.
Special Announcements
OPENING OF OUR
Dross-Maßlng Departmenty
Monday; Sept. 30, 1901.
We atinouiiceV witla /pleasure, that we have
secured the services pf a high-class -New
York Dress-Maker a.rid '; Modiste, and ]] are
preparedl to^ -make, at short notice, in the
most artistic^ and fashionable manner.
Street; Evening Visiting and Bridal Gowns,
.We guarantee POSITIVELY entire •satisfac
tion. -■ :;:; "^ : ./'■'/ - ' "''-,...
N Table and Bed Linens.
The new ones, are here, our. own importation,
new patterns j extra values, and positively lowest 1
prices . • Keepers of hotels and restaurants will find it
to their advantage to inspect the sterling values we
are^offering. - " ; ■
, TOWELS.
23x42-inch V Hemstitch
-ed- "AU-Pure-Linen Huck
-Towels, . extra - fine ana
j: heavy, a great bargain, / '
1 • 53 dozen.
', ■■-.-•. :. • ' ■- - : ■ ■ ' '
I Hemstitched All-Linen -
I Pillow-Cases, extra heavy
j weight ............ .".$1 pair.
Hemstitched" All-Linen
'Sheets, extra heavy
| weights, full size, .2 1-zs
I 2 3-4 yards .$5 pair.
DAMASKS. ,',.. 1
66-inch -Extra Heavy,
• Full-Bleached ■ Scotch . Da
mask ........... ........ .75C.
68-i nch ; Extra i Heavy ana j
I > Fine Scotch and Irish Da- j
[ - masks, - the usual ; •51 tind ; }
: special ;....;. S7 l-2c. / yard. /
Fine 22-inch Napkins to
match '..V.vi. .."...?3 dozen, i
70-inch Extra .Fine" ana ]
Heavy All-Linen Damask, |
;"■■ *" ' ; ;.;' ~- -S^l
'■ Napldns to match— j
B-8 size ........ ..$3 dozen..j
3-4 size .......... $4 dozen. 1 j
:■.-'. ■■■'■•■ - -I
TAKE ELEVATOR==2d Floor.
Separate Skirts.
Perfectly-fitting garments, cf Prbad
cloth, Cheviot, Melton,: Pebble Cheviot,
and . Sharkskin, and trimmed with band 3
of stitched Taffeta and satin; specially
good values •at $4.95, $5.95, and §«.9»;
other qualities up to $17.50.
Walking Skirts.
;The new ones are here, and with all the- 1
points of newness about them, and with
all the same little figured prices; colors
Black, Navy, Brown, Oxford, . and Me-;
dium Gray.' Prices :...;v...'.54.ys to $15.
Ask to see our Special. Walking Skirt,
with -stitched circular' flounce. A great
bargain- ............. :.....-.•-••••• ?s *i
Ladies' Gloves.
All the new and correct fall shadings In ;
the celebrated makes of Xavier Jouvin,;
Trefousse, -Foster, - Perrins, and Systeme
ay * r °§i' J $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, and ?a.
V. p; I. OPOOT-BxVLIi PROSPECTS
A Strong Team Assured and a Fine
.-Sciiedule Arranged.
. -BLACKSBURG,; VA;, September 20.—
(Special.)— The 'Virginia" Polytechnic J.n
stitute team has been hard at work since
September. sth. -With a squad of forty
■ jeven men arid more coming, prospects are
brighter /for "a/^successful foot-ball sea
:on Under the efficient training of head
coach A ; B. Morrison, Jr.,' Cornell's, half
back i for three years, the team is making
• splendid "prepress. There will be few va
cancies to fill,: as most of last year's team
' will be back, and there- will be ample
material out of .tlie 200 new. men to fill
the missing places. . -
- , Manager Bolton- has secured a schedule
which: includes games .with . the strongest
teams in the South. Among them are the
University of, Virginia, the University of
'Maryland,:- ■ Georgetown -University,--, an-l
the Virginia Military InsUtute. The game
•with the University of Maryland, which
will be played In Richmond on November
tt6th, v promises /to .be one of the^ best; in
• the State this season. : That with; the "Vir
ginia Military .Institute in Norfolk on
Thanksgiving Day will ; be a spirited con
" test; as i the two : teams are evenly match
ed as canbe seen from the Thanksgiving
! gained in Roanoke" last: season, and are
: second to^ none Tin: the South. Thanks
giving excursions will be run £rom P.ad
ford, Roarioke,. l 'Lynchburg, Petersburg,
.and" Richmond, to; Norfolk. .The: scne-.
diile up to/date, " is •as I follows: ; Septem
ber,' 2Sth;/with; St. Albans at Biacks
bur"- Va October sth, with St. Albans,
;at Radford; Vai ; October llth.-sviih v;asii.
in^to'n and Lee University, atßlacksburg,
Va'^ October /26th, with . North ; Carolina
•Agricultural "and ■"• Mechanical v College, at
Blacksburg, -Va,- : November. '9th, , with
Clemson " College,; in Charlotte, N. C.
■ November : 16th, with .University, of Mary-.
; larid: : in^Rictimohd, } Va^: -.; November 23d,
; open, "i: November i 2Sth, /with the Virginia
/ Military c:lnstitute>in 3 Norfqlk,vVa.,.-: -."-;
- ..- ; -■ — «^W . ■— . - .. .-.. -
PATENTS TO RICEaiOXDERS.
Mr. ; W. ~-'-F. .Jenkins -Has an Electric
* * " Hallway; Condnit. ;..... .
-Patents -gf anted ;T ;to : residents •of ;sVir
gihia, ■:■ reported ; especially ., for the Dis
' patch;' by Davis & . Davis, Washington
patent attorneys, Tuesday, September 3),
ISOI* ■ '"■ '■ ' '"'" 1 '■''■'' ""'■ * "' ■'''''"- ' ' ■ *' ;?; ?' '■' '' ' ~~ ■■ ■-■ ■■-"■ "
■-■■ €52,705-rCqntact "device ; for i conduit elec
; trie :. railways; ■ F-- Jenkins,; Eich
:m'6rii'.: ;-:■ ':■■':.:■::■ '.- <■:■■■'•:-' :.;- -„!•,'•
CS2.7o&— Contact device ;f or conduit elec
tric railways.^Wiltbn F. Jenkins, Rich
irndrid.'-.^ : . : -:- ' : --;;:-- : ,i- .v • : ; 'f; :-v.v;; : ;; . - ■-:.. ■".-':-;
: 6S 9 707— Contact device.for; conduit elec
" trie ;■' railways, ; F. ; Jenkins,- : Hich
"mbridr^^'^.--:: ■'.. . .' *' . ---
i j.;6S2,7oß^Suspensary v.'f or : trailing
• contacts : f or conduit J: electric railways,
■ftWiltoh:F.7jenkinsr:Richniond. ...
f ':[ CS2,7o?^lnsulator;f K F. ; •; Jenkins.j
1 " ,' - "
Hr.6S2,7lo^Borid-for" ; ;electrlcV: railways conr
ductdrs^r^Yilton^ F. ,; Jenkins,;' Richmo^a^S
I ;V'cS2.7ll-4C6nduit z: for f electric"^railways,
|W^ltbhlF^Jehkiris,\;Riehmbnd;:-: xVy^yV^- •
f^6S2,B7^r7RaUfbad ; (car, i: .ventillating i ap-
1 half to Alerrioh Sidney
ißuford,: same- place.
if 683,0024Surfacef'cattle 1 guard, Robert s "sf
: Rust.- Front Royal. Va. V ...
Fop Over KJtty Year* - -'"'
■ ™. % ,' r, ■i . " "...
Mrs. ywinslowrs Syrup ; has Ibeen
used for children while teothinp^lt
soothes the child, softens the Kums";faK
laysTalll paln,s cures kwind fcbllc,-f aTidiisjthe
:b'esi'?r^edj^/^'&\piarrn'p~e^p.a^'^b*-fiva :
.cents'! a?bottW^t>JSold by all drusglsta
throughout the world. •
Black J
60-inch Wool Cheviots, w
rich, lustrous Blacks,; a-&
great bargain ..........5Uc.
'" 56-inch Extra • Quality, ff
All-Wooi Cheviots, perfect
-Black, extra values; „■ . -yC
j 75, Ssc. , §1, $1 Jis ]to V*. 3«- &
•60-inch Extra Heavy All- &
/.Wool/.iCheviots,- .for uh' &
lined skirts ......sl."><>. &
Satin-Finished 7 Venetian x^
■ Cloths,, new and stylish, w
; 51.50 yard. &
Prunella Cloths, In just /V
.".the wanted" weights,; ff
, S3c., $1, $1.25, arid $1.5°../^
p Broadcloths, -perfect *C
Blacks, extra values,. . &
$1, $1.25,; $i.50 to s:s.r»o.
Basket Weave SuitiL.ss, v'
; new and stylish, £
75, Sri-2c, $1, and ?1.3«. \.
For ÜBllned Waists. %
MELTONS,-
- CHEVIOTS, AND , &
BEAVER CLOTHS, /£
in just the right weights.;
$1.50, $2.25, 52.50, and.?lS.
Frencli Flannels,' -X
" Solid ..Colored French.
Flannels, ./every . concetv- &
able "shading. ....^Oc yard.
: Fancy Striped Frencn
Flannels, entirely nev/ pat- J}
terns .... ... .37 l-2c. yarjf.
Embroidered Dot Frencn &
Flannels Sl'yarcL'.^
Cloaks and Jackets.
: 'An immense assortment of entirely new
ones, to select from, all colors and Black.
Prices ............... ....r.........55 to ?30.
Silk Petticoats.
Many new ones just in.* All, colors and
Black. Prices ....$3 to t-J>.
Special.
We make to order in our house Walking
and Separate Skirts, , and carry a special
assortment of High-Grade Suitings for
this Entire satisfaction, and
lowest. prices for high-grade work guar
anteed;-^ ; - . _ -ft / -.__ ;
Syrian
Hand = Cr och eted Laces .
New ones just in. and in an immense"
range of very effective .patterns. Very
desirable and lasting for bedwear, under
tives .'of the Democratic members of of
wear, etc. Prices,;; v . -..
39,49, CO, 69, to_9Sc. yard.
CARRIAGE. AKD TVAGO]S" BUILDERS.
Victorias,
Coupe
Rockaways,
Sxtension,
Jops,
pepot
Rockawaysr
Jwo and -Passenger CFraps.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND NOVELTIES.
• REPAIRING andREPAINTnrG done in the best manner.
my 26-Su,W&F . A number of good Second-Hand Vehicles for saia
W/holeaal^B Prices
GUNS^ RIFLES, PISTOLS, AM) AMMUNITION,
The Largest and Best Assortment of
Sl^rtsiTifeo^s Clothing,
■6UN, AND AMMUNITION GASES
Ever Offered in. 'This Section of the Country.
\ , 6oIF and Lawn Tennis Goods.
Gornbination CARROM and CROKINOLE BOARDS,
; The Greatest Home Amusement Game Ever Invented.
C ' . ; :
: ; - a T. W. JFIGNOR'S SONS, -
1219 E. Main Street. ; ' ;: ' :- '^ : 1719 E. Franklin Street.
';■-■" ''■':''"::-- - : -^ --^.s- •'/■■'/.: v "■■■;..'= ;se leSan/Vr^rri-Sm ... ■ '. .. - ; '■■'■■-
RIGHMDND AGENCY
GELEBRaTED (S |lifip "
YARD AND FAMi FENOE.
; ; We have^the cheajpestland ibest Farm and Yard Fences on earth.
- The Crimped Picke^gardi Fence is in the reach of jevery one
fandis a Strong Han<3s6me article:: ■
•'- The " Stockade " Farm Fence is the highest achievement in the
shape of a fence. - '. v
for the /asking. Investigate this Fence
before placing your, order. .
;;.::. ..." -^ -■ ■■'"■ _„,
HAEDWAKE, KOOFLNG, KAILS, Tl^, WIKE Ffl^Cr>Cr t
igliSg|ol^'ii.^i;g-iJAi^E .. : '
•'■(auar>-Su..Tu&w). _.
ffimm JJMUIBIP6- — — -
|||p| HEATLY EXCDTED AT THE DISPATCH PRINTING HOUSE,
Wants.
"We are thoroughly ready to
supply all of your Underwear
wants with the best Uncler wear
washing and wearing qualities
considered, and at positivelY
lowest prices.
: Infants' Fine and Sort Ribbed Casn.
mere Wool Wrappers, open. <low^ tha
front,. all sizes - >Vc%
Misses- Non-Shrinking Ribbed ilerlna
Wool Vests and Pants, all sizes 5i) C
Boys' Non-Shrinking Merino "Woos
Vests, - Pants, and Drawers, Wr.ito ana
Natural, all sizes 5^
Boys' Strictly Non-Shrinkingr Natural
Wool Vests, Pants, and Drawers,
73 and J?3c.
/Ladies'- Ribbed Merino^ .Wool. Vesta aaa
Pants, just the . proper weight for tha
present season's wear ~>o and ur>e.
Ladies' Non-Shrinking Merino Wool
Vests and Pants.. — %t, Jl.-3, and $1.3 v.
Ladies* Ribbed Combination Suits, in
cotton, merino, wool, and silk,
$1, $1.50, 52, to saw.
Gentlemen' 3 Fleece-Lined Shirts ana
Drawers : noc.
Gentlemen's Strictly Non-Shrink!ns
Scotch Wool Shirts and Drawers,
. $1, $1.-5, and $1.3<».
We carry at all times complete assort
ments of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and ChJl.
cJren's Underwear, in the proper weight!
for fall and early winter wear.
Special.
— j- ;
We are Richmond Agents for Dr. Jao
ger's, Harderfold, and Ypsilantl Under
wear, and carry at all times complete as
sortments in all weights and slze3.
Rugs and Druggets.
36x72-inch All-Wool Smyrna Ruga; spev
cial - 5-73
56x72-inch All-Wool Axminster Rug 3, er..
tirely new patterns and colorings, actual
value, ?4.25; special $::.3iik
3x4-yard All-Wool Smyrna Rugs, nen
and effective patterns and colorings; spe*
cial - • V~™
Wilton Rugs, all sizes, entirely nei\
patterns v..?;:.-3v ..?;:.-3 to s:»^
Lace Curtains,
•Nottingham Lace Curtains, entirely nevt
and very effective patterns.
<j9c. to $3 pair,.
Irish Point. Tambour^ and Point D'Arai
Lace Curtains, in new^and exclusive pat<
terns. Prlce3 $-t.23 to ?i«o pair.
Tapestry, Brocatelle, and Ropo Pos>
tieres, entirely new ideas, ;
$U. 50 to 525 pair.
Doctors'
Buggies,
Jop
Buggies,
Runabouts n
\furries.

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