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\ this season is a revelation that demonstrates 1 the now-
J er and; i^SpSpMSSipH
J well a^fe. Wed iSfthHSf feSf!
:\ perfectjfitting.;aua such truly ele^aritiOv^fcdSiSfcffil
5 dganticp>^St'Stock-has slioWiilS^^^^^®
V that pertains to tailoring— it practically illustrates
y that the long career of .sixty years of perpetual- cloth- V
ymg counts much- to the wearer —it J
? proves that the outcome and result^qF^feffinis^d^S
X gnrment is past the point of expenmentin^Ta^lffowl^S
yin every detail of the workuianship applied I " that there -5
\ is a ripe . knowledge as regards to. practical features J'
n and most beneficial results; not only -to strengthen V
\ and finish, but comfort as well. . J
S Swell Raglans, in knee or ex- 5
| . tra lengths, Dressy Boi O^er- 5
a -a 4>* jpjk /wv Front and Yoke Back Over- V
iiH fl »S " coat s, Plain Front and Yoke #
$■ yh i li 11 Bi Back Overcoats, Yoke- Front #
a -^» ■ i,^^ B ■■^^-^^■■- an d" Yoke Back 'Overcoats
2^ . Yoke Overcoats witli plaited 5
\/ backs, fulllined, half or quarter -J
\ ' lined, colorings are in the new- 5
restr est ideas Df Oxfords, Olives,
F ; Grays^Brdwns; vTans; Greens^ l #?
r/^ fi?-'~dPI : >, 231iaes, aiici Blacks; inclusive v of ? ;^
i Jw ®fe I! Ie swe^ °v e rP^ a ids andxfancx'-
i ™Mw W effects so exceedingly -popular 5
K^^^ . ■. ii nn f asn i on centres.;; Their tailor- 5
r ■..■:■-•-. in.c: -excellence, is -criti-
t * ci T' *t the highest priced -to ,#
j order tailprs only are to Jaeob-^
\ tamed the, perfection inTfit and £
\ j, _ . g^ jg. . > stvlc. of tlieir .wide : extended '-'"Pjjk
% 1 O lifl shoulders, full backs, full flare J
P"M""UBJi' ' skirtj their graceful hang and -J
H. W B W W swell appearance, but at char- #
x - _ gesj treble^ arid often still more, <£
than the maker-to-wearer prices'^
*>k -- - •■■.■■.. ■■.' ■ ■■-■ "■- ■■ *■ ■-■" ' char °"ed here. ■ ?■■■■■■•■ ■■■•■.•■■■ ■ -....-. ■■■-■■>.;.-^.- ( jjj
iHiiffiffPK fn Mpn and flnvc I
luHlliUul) Lv lull ullu ..:Jm)j $
$ SIX BIG STORES, < $
t 1003 EAST MAIN STREET.
,-WEST-roivr.-
The Oyster:. Bnxlness Very. , Hcayjr^."
1 : ?\i:Persohal Xotcs. ._ ..://' : .
WESTJPOIKT, VA.. November. SS.T-kSpe;
cial.)—The" oyster, business; isi very -heavy
at present. : Larger shipmentsYare being
made than, in any previous season for
a long-time. : '■■ / - * 'c" . •
Mr. Tyler Jobson, 6i Richmond, -will
address the L. T.; L. and : - : T.' s W* C^^UJ
at! the Methodist church' Sunday afternoon
at,2:SO. : /.- :-:'J^''' ; -\' : "-.:.: : ' ' " " '^" .' : '■
Mrs. A. J. Crane and two children; -of
Wnshinston,'.' are': visiting > Mrs. Crane's
/ather, 3layorA.V'W". Eastwood. :
Mr. A. J. ... Smith; of -the Philadelphia
Inquirer, was here 'Monday, in the'interest
of his' paper. v ; > : - _- '
Mr. McMullen,- of Baltimore, a former
resident; of our} town;'-, is here. ....
Mrs. Dr..- ~W: K. Gatewood has returned
l'rom a visit to Mrs. Dr. Fauhtleroy, in
King and Queen: _ . : "
A new telephone line - has been put' up
in our town, connecting oyster-packing
houses and the Southern Express Coin-;
pany's office. ■■-. - * , ,
3\lrs. H, I.: Lewis has returned from a
visit to her brother, Lieutenant-Com
mander United States | Nayy^W.- M.~ Parks,
who is now. stationed i in' .Washington. " ; ..:
Mr. Preston Campbell, of Abingdon, a.nd
Mr. A. T. Lincoln;; of" Marion^rnembers
uf the ; Constitutional;: Convention,; came
down fromfßlchmondj.Friday^and; spent
the nightf with -Dr. 'ahd^Mrs.'-Hargrave. V
Miss Kate Puller • will > give a f recital ■■ at
the Masonic Hall- Friday evening.) De
comber €th~; at S o'clock, ; for/the benefit
of the Ladies' Aid and ' Missionary Society,
of the Baptist?;church: :"■ -;,'J^'- , :.'• -J ■•'.- L;
Rev. Ll'C; Shearer, .who has been! pastor
or the Methodist -church here^for ./the
jast year,- preached his farewell sermon
Rheumatic pains are tHe cci&'ipf protest
and distress^fromtorttiredjnu^les; aching
joints and cxdtdd nerres^^He blood has
!>tea poisoned ibyAtlie; ac^mulation>: of
jnai^}in'tie ;^teni;^djcaninc>.
longer supply tHe pureand healtH~sustainr
ing food they Tequire:v/Xhc whole system
feels the eSect of this; acid poison ;"t and
not until the bl<^ ; hast been purified and
the achesand pains cease. ■ ■■.. ■ ... ,
Krs'. James' KellJ- of wjKinttfst^Wt,;^-^'
nwathsagcTl hid an attack of : Saatte Mienm*
tisaiaits-wcrstform-'The - .;.-. . ■ ', j
pain was so intense that I .— '^_ /
sitcasie completely; pro*: \ - 1
tratcd.- The attack -was an. - r ' /ff*jg^CT'
unusually severe one;aud. ' ;:: SkT " 7^lwa>) : ■!'
:2v condition was regard- ■ ' ■ ''4Kr"flfel|Kl>(;4l
tc as l>eing very ; danger- „ '" tW -i^jH TEvV fri
ow>. I was .attended by VsT'Uq^^^JS.'^
oat of the most able doc- ■■* '-'ifef'^P' SflßgT-' '''- -'.
tors in Washington, -who is |
also a member, of the fqP^i^jHßßfl HUBi
illy of a leading medical •s^||«B^M Hfil
allege hcre^S He told roel t^SJ^S^^^^^-:
twelve timestwi&CTitiTec«vinjf>ithcS*l«W^
t>Mcst, I declined to«ntinuchis I^tonent any ,
recoaniended for XHcamx&sm; I deoded. ataort
•a deepeir however; to fcive the jncdxone a /uW,:
and after T had taken »few/bottles I wasaWe to ;
tobblc around on crutches; and; wy»»nAttcre.
niter had aouse for them%tttall.;S.-SS;kawog;
pains have left 'mefviy ;*?&**?* has ;«™3«V,
tad I I^.^^^?^^^^^^
&^ M^.W^'punfier^andStoniCj'tixSi
v&. the ideal remedy! in all
i*~M tfc^^Bli^JS rfiefiinatic"it r«.iil>l^§
( Xj^ There" are no opiates or :
lead to ruino'as habits, ,
■ We • &7elpnwe2]^i!E£9^HSSl^^
£Heamaturaisrm<^^
niisp^fcrdisH«6l»i^lread^lUßjiej
TOost!comt)letßiiSa?acter(^mg|X!<^^«j
the kind'in'eßsta^^ltSipJlAl^tfi?*!
to any one desiringitl . WHteTbur/pbyM-.
fully and freely about your case., W« ;
lastt Sunday.* rnorning,'; andv.will
last "• of RLthis'sweekl •; for/ his ; ' honie, i j near;
I Lyrichburg^Twhere " -he ;i| wilU"- spend CA,i few!
I weeks, ;,bef bret, entering': Raiidolph-Mffcon;
'College, Ashland, _ Va. .■".',".:*"
PMr. ;- Shearer: ■ has if served : his /congrega-^
tion most acceptably^ during; hisi -short
pastorate here, and would have undoubted
ly - been returned to \ his \ charge ;had he j not
decided to re-enter college Xor.; the : purpose
of pursuing -some •pqst-gyaduatel studies^
Mr J' ' Shearer 7. has/ proved j himself we' of
thermost successful pastors;: this church
has ever had here. ;:,He' has -done; noble
and efficient' work,' and his efforts
are "appreciated, hot . only, by : the m embers
I'of his own church, but, by the jpepple'.of
the whole town as well-PrHe has:won;a
host of warm ; friends among; am denomi
nations, who are sorry -to seejhim \ go. ;
Mr Tom Dunn,- a citizen of ; this coun
i tv -died Cat :his; home, at jCqhoke; Station,;
i Sunday: night, aged^ years. ::;He,:had
' been sick :for some time. „ The ibunal
tbbk'iplace'Tuesday/ at .Colosse, church.;; -
The Point Plain Dealer ■ has , just
i irbtten^in a newJcylindef.v press, -in order,
Ito keep up with. its increasing business. a
HAS BEEX AKOIIiVDJTHE WORJLb:
First Keginient to Make;Trii»-3ray;
BcatArmy-Xavy Foot-Ball IGamei >..?
; ' -virj^sHlNG-TON,- -November " 28.^(Spe-j
■cialO— The^: Twenty-thirds Infantry, ; ; ; ; tie,
' first: > regiment :i ; to ■ circumnavigate 'yithe,
globed will arrive ;in
."row on the United- States transport
BufordJ : '■■"':_ "' "' . ■.■•.-•-■ ■•'■ .1 -i' T —vV/- i;^-;. •--:•:
"An -effort is being.niaderto;have;Secre
tarv Root order : the regiment j to\Pbila-
: delpliia that ;-it may/; he ■: atathe^
foot-ball- game" Saturday^ between^est;
'Point and Annapolis-vj: Every- army,: officer;
Jon.-duty-iiv Washington vis;- working .'vto
:' have the regiment ? sent -to , Philadelphia,^
where - it : would -receive the ovation? due*
; h^oreithe^Spani^^warj
the Twenty-third- ■ was \ distributed V; along •
■ theiMexican: border.-; ) It .was 'sent, to; lS ew,,
■Orleans; and :was intended ; to: guardjithat;
and <sther :. ports : oh ; • the:- Gulf . } c; Dewey s
■ victory." made v itlnecessaiyj;fqra^^s£
ment "to: go to % the Philippines^ and|itj
' composed- onejofvthe ;i first :;expeditions|tq ?
f-Manila^goingcby^way/of|San?Francisco^
«Its served v three - years jins:,theiPhilippines^
iCwith' : distihetic-ru^ and i;i ;i was \ sentghome sby,
: - way of.^the -Z Suez -i canal,- so :^that}; lt^has «
r circumnavigated^ the j; globe,^hich^was.
1 never » before •fdonebby,: a^ regiment ; of %a:
i"th'ousahdy soldiers. '.''
I ; practically. ■ i every ; army • and, ;, naval j
1 officer --in-p Washington" will" attend the:
i gam? at l^Philadelphia.v The Tresidentj
iandfseveraLi member^j! oflhisjCabinet^in--,
fcluding\Secretaryrbf4Warj Rootvand^&ec-j
letan^of-theiKavy.rLong,- willj probably.
'co^as'-wHlteverybody; else >in political]
' and^ social" ?Jlif eg herei who - can | possibljrj j
« . s o j j)i>»Hu»rin — OittJoit on^Coal]
|?>FREELING^,yA,, November^-.f|p > e|
•ciaf)— Your> correspondent^ has . just^re-;
feli^edilntaiigen^g^lfiytfiS^^
fardTHibbitts^Of; Darwin;; thls^county^has?
diphtheria. I ; Several cases- of Uhis:
P^Oonad y ,:n.«i^&
feustStold your correspondent ithat^they^
wUI? operate tin: tnis^(Dickenson)|county3
BiuBFIELD.. y.:. LVA".-; :. _Noycmber_.?t
%BBaßßggg&F- - -.mi
i^^^^^^^H
■' I R ICnXOBTD '(■ PEOPLE ;;' AiJHiCMJBi iED • I M
! URGE • COHGREGATIOKS THE - ROLfc
,Mc«H«cl^iiat|Betli^Aliiil»n.,-: , ■ ti'^i^*^
;/; The^ delightful we^therjy.esterday sUmu-;*
Ifstrtl wonderfully the attendance upon
the ivariou^iThanksgiving S servi ces^rs, Spe-J
rcial;serylces^were A held !na number ot Oie
;churche3?and the sermons were «*fpe4Q|Uyr
Strong and appropriate.
i^^The ? Episcopal jSas f,well ? asl the ICatliplic -,*
fcli%"cliesjCobserved f ;tlic r May witli "approi
'priate|services.\fi Father ■-.'.Sulll van, one^bf
jttfeJPaulistlFathersrl'deVlvered a- strong
at ■. SacredrHear t^Jchur ch § at'^ 9]
Ip'cldok. Rev.' "VT.-E." Evans, "■ D.'t-D. I ;'. -apoke
and Dk Strange ati St.'"
paui>:' - . " 70M
ur. Calisch preached to a large .con
cbur^el aU BethfAh^ai^pr^sß^P^l^err^
isl^qkeyat.^th3XS.^nid§Presbjrterian^Re^
iHj f ;-P. l fAtkihsTat 1 ? Seven tJftStreetiChrjstian}
iyice|was| held ?at.?iyenableTStreet|Baptistj
■£ Thef Presbyterians|unlted t in s a: splenaia > %
"meetingji; at t Secqn'd rrchurch7i and^thej
large rauditbriui^^
:' audiehce.'?All |of (thelministdrs|qf sthefde-!
npmihationlinvthe cityj participated
■me"etlng.>-v The c : sermon? was^preached^by^
rße^Richard|P^KerrSp3D/#His|therne!
Awas"^VThe"*.Triumph^qf.PGod.''H Hisi'text
Vas: ■-•«All-Thy\works}shal3 praise Thee,
O God."-Psalms 145, 10.
" Dr/; KerrJsaid^ in^paft:?j^To jpraiseiGq*
; isTnot : only Hoi sing^i but} for^theTcreaturevi
whether plant^Sbird; "beast, man, ;angel,* 1
rol^^^rlCto'us&'Go'^rFv.en^p^^f^foa^ofla
The Psalmist said : B'Allv Thy,;Ayorks|shall;
praise ltThee.'Sbecau^ef some jdb^nbt ; |but;
theySallirshalL : o David ;cbelieveu;;this;;sbe-;
cause ■ God! was] God: •S-He|Siades all? things ■
itb\prals"e'Him^ aiul- He;is ; able": tqj see tthat
ttieyTdo i- it. 7i Every^s. intelligent ':Deingi>will
i have* his jCway >if he? can; i andi! Gbd^can.'p,^
i^ -"Ifr ?our 'own /• time;- and }:: diiring^this
year, infldelity^thatvcalls] s itself j^Anarchy,
; killed^ thelPfeside^tVofi this: r It;
i was r a blow -"against : Gbd,';;His v order .Vgpv^
r^rnment; Uaw; y and kitigdomi was
: - the/ result? feFailure?f'.Tes, ! and i : more.
The death :of i. Mr-fMcKinley^ showed^ aU;
mahkind; how: VVChrist^VcanKdie^and.:
• strengthened '■ the nation and all ■ Christian
OT ? e -lt is God's way.'., said; the President;
'His Will be done.'
"3"This shows "that! not^qnly^shall^ all
that^o^ose^Gbd'siWn^bm^beJdestroyed^
but r also ' th*at X*K * every g attack ■-; strengthens _>
! theiKingdoni' and fall; the • powers ; of -man-,
kind,'^used^ mi Vqnelway/or 1 another,-? under,
God's ':fule'ffor^tiiß^ady^cernent- ; fpfJfHiSj
'purpose :;arid'vthe-praiseiqf^HisvMa3esty4
This '^principle characterizes Xall s ; history,-,
and^ nothirigshas;fever| corned to] pass ibut :
God has "used it for the glory of His
name.. — - - -
fa^'Onl this : Tlianksgiving-Dayjl ; have
Jtured^to; turn:asidesfrom : :the :.usualjtheme
of *- such ■ >'^.-blessings—
:and ;i lead?,ybu^tb«the r; greatest :cause;;fpr;
thanksgiving, vSwWchsnpjM other,
blessings'cbuld^bringdeep^peace^and^last-;
i^ijby.^ChHst-lqvesito^cpnquerjJjyfthe;
niethod ibf ! - His s Crbss;?and?here
the r sign ?aiid N principles of ithe^iumph of
God.^ for His ■ chosen -name; is love.;'
'I- At liroatt-Street '; Sletlioaist: ;
; '-' : -Rev' W - t ß. ::; ißeauc^amp,S; l thespppularj
pastor l of -Broad-Streer Methodist!.church,-.
•spoke ; vfTbmSEphesiaas^^^2o|^^iving;
thanks; 'always ifqr. J ail*?tntagsfto..Gpa. --. -
we-to T recelve'igbod^thingssfrom^oim
Fatherithat or^
get "the 'sourse of * ; : our i-guts, 'jand -ilive:
\ thrbugh>',the '^blessings Sbf ; this jvlif e r^as ;
though : they naturally- belbngedv, to , us;| ; 1 1>
is ;yery^:proper^ that jatsleast;
v onceTa^ year,^we, %as ?avpeople^and; indi-i
■ viduals,' should^ observe randi ta ke ? pact jin
a great ' national^ thanksgiving)* top. God^
; the ; great? Ruler"?qf and < all]
■1 ives^VGod^isTgppjaiiiHiScmerciesi-; endure
forever!' : : Sb;ia3&bod| andlVgratefuly man
t^«)?fßiy- ir 'S'-
Wdi^ f or ;: all 'Uthlngsi^jjwiU^heS^give
"thank's. Surely; "our. inatjpn* has (abundant
reason -for..? thank'sgiying^-prosperity^
plenty peace, V.andjgifiqd'viwin^re^hers.i
Our nation's founders: aiid* fathers thought;
'it I tlie righttthirigl tof recognize * the; good-:
Newous Dyspepsia.
A;CUREiFOR%IT;
Xot a.v Pa te nt ; Cnxej^All ', j Xor ; a ■ aioVleri
Miracle, Bnt'Siniiily'tt'ltsition'al
. .Cure for- Dy'spepjila;
: In these; days \of#humbuggeryjf and sdfrt
ceptiori^ theW manuractiirers ;-;ipf^patent
'medicinesVCasja^'rule;^-Eeem ; toi thlnkjsth-3ir.
medicines t.willfnqtfs^ljiunhissjt^y^claimj
that = itlwillFcurelrevierycdisiasei under, tho
ffi^i-And they never think of leaving
S?- dyspepsia and -,t,mach
They are sure Lo claim that Oxoif
"truH^isTabsl3lutelyYceftairi|tpvcure i every^
dysp^tic7fa¥dihefneed?lobkmo|further;g^
i-In^the^face|pflthe^iabsur^scUximstitj
ItbretofsStuar^sgDyspip^ajiTab^te^aveji
icarefully^efralnedfffpm^maki^gund^
r claims^or^falseTr'epresenta^tibris»xegafding4
itHeTmeritstb^ttWs^ihbstyeSel^htlreme^yj
fbr/dyspepsia'and/stomach^^
Sak^fbutfbncJclaimYfor^it^^u^tha^
■"th'afffo^indjgestioi^an'dl^rib.u^tst^mach!
!trQublestS&art*^pS'spep^aj.Table^Ms^
(radical >cuf cX \ They i go ]\ npi, f artherkthan ;
; this^ andßany^^rnan^ p^ijwbmanf sufCerlngj
f rbicn^ 'indlgestion'HchtoriicJ j qrjnerypuj^dys-]
p^sia^whbl^illfgive|th'e|yemedy^
willfiind^thatlribthing'. i islclai^dsfor ; *it,j
tet^isfafrnp^rn^i^c^et^c^pcfeedlpfj
harmless
r tbl;th6iv^kest|o^mostsd^ieate?stqmajch^
>Its^eal^uc^ss?in!curiiig|stbn^h|tfqu3
iblesiisSdUeit6'ithei'factj,that:':th"es;"inedicali
properties" are such th.it it "wl'l iligcrt
[whatever, wholesome food is taken Into
tKeTstoYnach, no matter \yhether eh*
stomach is in" • good^working ordc-r or
net. U rests the' overworked organ aivi
replenishes the' 'body,;: the .bipod, the
'nerves,'; creating. aVhealthy.:appetite, gives
refreshi!ig'.(sleep,'?a^d|thesbles«l.ngsi.w^
aiwaysl'accompany a good diKPStion^and{
prVperiasslmilation/ofsfoocl.\V-:. : V : -.V^^
-In. using Stuart's Dyspepsia TaWets|no'
Bimply K .it plenty|
: X)£lwhplesbme'3 f bqdf andvitake -Jthese;STabii
lets at : each meal,-"thus- assisting >.;and ;
?^'^fi^proplßlt^diJ^l|y^p6w^,^^h|^
.the;Tabletsiw|n ; ibe?nb^lbHgerirequJr^a^
' Nervous : Dyspepsia"; is -;slrnpli' a: c"qndl- !
tiohVirilwhlchsonve; portion, or portions of
tho nervous system are not properly nour
istiea.T Good ' digestion invigorates the
nervous] system" and every, organ in . : ; the
•'•* ■• Any dt ußgist wiil tiell^yi?u Stuart's -Dygi
pepsia; Tablet^ : gij^ universal «a?l»^
foul oaaasiWßiackichCTiot^sndi % sfflSfti wmst; sjt.m. \ i &Jf3ti&Mfi^giS^g^m M^g^ggsMgsg£*>lggi I
& «,h?fgSl k wV g em^|thetinfflin«'sißkfll^E^eiy;da«L rtyle» for children, neaUT 1 1 In !■■! I
„ velvet, coiiar, 3 joKevirwuL^^ f s and! AH- WoolfMeiton/ 1 ;. loose i-or^snapeas j\ vJitvi* -4.i~~--.*i;~A;™A*.~i;+-^*v..,4-~\L'K*: i^*- - - . -... - .■■--•TjiaeffcstfssssiSSis? h
tin/i ithnnk"',- stranned seams flounco • '{ !Mtß-tiiat.BtainttHof~infUvianaiityitnat-Caui oe. *i£j*fc'?_iit- m^jt- -mAthi****"
S^toms.^beaSty?s2s back) velve t coUars. $13.^0. --- f ound only^'&e^lliiiner milunery. ,They . ™*Qv9^v^'i™™/;'jt9!fm '
a >0,,, rt * m,r T?nr .snpHfl^ : f x.ooo .Waists'of : French 'and' AU-Wool - for less than 16 to $»^ ««^ ; /^t o* •>«■ ribbon bands, ibowt, and «tt«n»
?i. - Trench 'jFljfenel^Waists,^ open ;;back;i| 5 Kehefetbßeffatl^Tandsoc'lTlieyiinclade 'Red|fefCaator^fe#Blne;t^QllWt| ?
' Brown Marten Scarfs, cluster of .six embroidered^ andpTaffeta^trimmedjj g WinzsTlßreaflt^dM^PoinMnsPand'cbme : i^^-'CTil^W^t^^V^^^^
la r^p tails" S2 4S fronts, L'Argl en effect, I ! all ; new, shades, w-ii-inTnr*" - • ~;: --^ fBWWn r |-sw{*W*^«*CK»^*'%f«»f* |
idrge;..taiis, ♦— . *o. , -. • -»- jotwn: 0 > o°„+0 ° „+ :*»; , ■ * in all colors. ._;-? , I -iJiJI&WBe 3
; -X Stone-Marten cluster of . ?i.48 \\ aists, at $.». . < redttced^;. "....' AjM^itK |
.:.vSilver4 Fox-; Scarfs, one and three entire!waistjformed'pf;bbx':plait3,-ibe-t g. |S^-v ■ -^: J^';S^^^^^jfejJljg^&CLOTH . -^l |
Vquarterlyardsglorig;;;s4.s>.s. low yoke, -trimmed!! in? narrowAvel vet V^^a^M STTATSji.*SS TT AT5ji.*5 |S*|Ready-tb-weMr3-C*rHatSfSt*' trtmfc »
■ "■.-i- Natural ;3 Marten /Scarfs^: : cluster of k ?; ribbon^ extremely? stylish^JoiWaists, -^^r^^^r^BaSH*. r--_ - J ; _ • .-. ' •■ . 'i
: : tans -57.4S. 1 -- ; 0r. 53.48.-"'- p- .- j »J2lßßff%«w»^ assort-^ were sxlso,tf2iso^and»^foiilT,* /
l^atuVal Mink. Scarfs, six long tails, Vreuch Fiannfcl WaisiSf . flnished 'fe^^i?tn^^P^fflS^^^ 1
• $r.4S. r -.-> '3^s*llSsS?J*^pS?li!?*///}A ;
l^wn^rte^rfs^s.ream. all coloi, , ■^Pig A saffiple lot o^^^^
W Marten Conaretes specia latest cuC now ,1 eves, ... . gSß^ife l&^SiiS»ffiAS
igs?orS|cpilarette.s, of Seal or Mar- . - "j. . rf • i^ -^ Hatipj :BlSck7ktSwß^^MWC
•>i: lsabella Scarfs. ?IS, %20, and $2«. liroadcloth,:;: made;:: circulars flounce,.- * "' worth-
' • - t- , , trimmed|in|taffeta|bands3and|Clpth| | V>^^f^W^^ ™? ' "fi'i^^^^^i^^^*
Mi*<io<i' attdChilarßn S'r ■ ; Skirts«;trimmed?inf stitched ;of - /T^U' / ' ' SOC;^ lthXoll£*oll^theiaeaßon|attJ*>i^ -1
/i^pjw mum **tn**** »*•• same, :;.with>>- satin f£pipingSi>2a«sweH ■:; •-.' vN\ / J >^ ' Special •rrr^s ! «-?f*«'*^» ; it ii» J'OUG *
' //irfe^f^ ' ■■ skirt,': full i sweep-; exceedingly-: stylish, •- , $Xfz& ' afitic® »6wS^S2^SsiSSiSBSS i
'\v- .>r • i - : 'if £ ??.' ;■•-•:' -•■■■■;V. .:'/. 8 -^' -VV-x- ■ : -•-:.■., ;;::.-.^:::- : .^ •.::v-'-..J?JiSS£.^^^^^gß^^^H !
G-reat cutin Cnilur6n S flllu MiSSftS -* ;:' Just : received a beautiful Hnc of .■ - ■.-.■. - ■:- ■• ■ ■■■ -■ -.■
•t »£&' --■ ;':;; ' :; '" - : •■ : -^.:^-' ; > :^'-' i : ; ':- /^- ; > * -iA ~•£ ~ 9 9' lM ~"- • ' '
jaCKets. - viot, beautifullys}g made;- R: circular , ■?M\lXlitMlMil{mP. "
Misses' Full-Length, Best - Kersey f^unce^ trimmed, n^ititchgf bands fof} , 'if3^feS|^lS^i*^
.»j.i&acK. _ => . . .^ :■;--. Taffeta,":;;-- lined witn; -best " percaJine, . . , \-, , , • . '„ . -..-..--
ppats^imC^^^ai^^eu^gnT-g „w e]r?m^d e> fuirswee p;. good value for Ah I These frosty,. siwroy|morningsllbdi!evening»to r del^ht«Blfif,
: ! -=§St, "storm ::c6iiar,*Ragian^cuffs|fuii ?c.4S; our price only $5. . you'ye^fionj^oii^he^te^underwe»^^Tre|no^^
;;?satinlined,i; cheap at $15; reduced to E]ack a , ?vio| . SkirlSi seven-gored, We SUggest!that youlbttylt here^Mav^al^^-saTCio^^ T ' : : '
$12.50. •;:;. •;^^?v^^:;-<; : ; :^;^^^^:.-; r;:full- ; flare,- nicely 'trimmed in bands of ..".', -^i^'ts^^:
;MissesV27-mch. Best ; American X.er r . Taffeta.V $4.98 rvalue," for > $3.08. -Ladies' Ribbed Tests, that were 19c, Ladks' Pure White Woot Vest 3 «aa
fa e r' C R°&n f "SuS^ia^ed^Sa-^ Black Cheviot I>ress Skirts>trimmed Tv"'^/^ t , , '^e^^SlSSdi^o^S
dg O ya£and Black,, reduced from .12 50 „« of satmrprettily^made, -^^f^S^Sl^l^l
;toslo. , -^.n'Tpn-th'Nnd Three- • . sizes,^ 2sc. " ' 'liadies^iVegaiiSukmibbediVestsviflal
I^cedifroSo^^O^sizesT^fe: JVflf?//naft^^P#W# tt ' rMisses^anmChil&en'siCbtt(m^JnroM
A,?^ \,?Hro linp of Children's and Wlurilliiy <k,UW fTlCes. Ladies' Heavy Ribbed, Fleece-Lined:.' f or : 2s ; and : SOc'V '5 .i>^::-- v- \^
SM^^fcSaS^B^^alTan^ahd » p^^*£§l«pl& Vests and Pants, all sizes, 35, «71-a, Boys' Heavir,Preece-LtaediTatt|Tre^*:
siieH's f^- s mcdi all ' f - -- fea^ mmmmmmmmm
Sc Other; styles^ ?3.9S ?and $5. New line -Men's =Ce. Silk Tmp«rials _. ~Z 7^ "- « .I '-'-",' " TT ~7^sl^^^^^^
. _i. „ ; and Four-in-Hands;lspecialat'2sc- • Pia^mumiUTioraains "- Cottage ; Lam pa, finely decorated/
m«■ * • Q-n- w-,Tm- tuelte.l Natural; Da>k Gray, and .Black, at : Nickel .or Brass Night Lamps, with 1 »- .
Red Blue," and vCastpr,%Corduroy. 25,- Kitchen, Lamps, with collars clinch- Parlos^l^tmps, : solid Acd P . raised .
Waists, .made. Norfolk-jacket stylo. ea^pi^e^^g^^Sthii^rt l^g^^^g^£»«l|§!9^
5 5 Extra Quality Peaude Sole , Watalg. and Drawers for* We. -^;-'::^;);! eSSS^^^Sff^^fiSS^
I corded-and - ; hemstitched, in yoko et- Men's n. Madras-Front, Stiff-T:oHom tha burner too ti-ht They cost Tea "^U WTBfec^^fd^oiuted^ln?"
lect,,tastens ; in s iJ^.-* • . , btnrts tor ooc. ■ Blue:or; Green^Jl.»9:sset.
SeliwdTiolo?s?and-made in the latest Men's Blue AU-Wool Working Shirty " nO more nhe Others - CC ° mT^ •- : Salad^ Bo wlsV^^ermaiochint^»^
from $5 ,tbl§lo. a good $LSO value, for $1 each. for 23c. '. % ' each. ' " $&£
stales. lrices,nom< * . . . ; , -.■-:,.^:;^:;,.;.^;^;v 3-^^^
ness of -God and, to be grateful. 'Let; us_.
ihope s thatlofla3 history; so ; directed|by>the
"^bod^^ providence r*- of^ Gqdl^we^ shallfc not_
vneglect itoVrecpsni'^e our 'duty as a • Chris-:
-tian State." ' ,
: '^Mr Beauch'amp referred.ma littingiaiia
Tfeelingf mariner =toJtheldeatlx?of;Presiden_t
VMcKinl eyi and iof ;the" manner^ irL\which^hiS
'assa^inswa^^ealt^^h^andldweltlupon;
ij the ffi development; of the; public
conscience.
\ -At Gra"co-Strfeet Baptist. ;' i
The sermon' bj Professor Whitsittj of
-Richmond? College,"; at J Grace-Street j ßap-f;
ttistS church^ was ? listenedstqfby r , a
"congregation^bf^>Baptists^flti was aiunipn
fseryice*'and4Baptistsl'c^eTfrom'!;alln^xte
fbfHtheVcltyltb)* participate" in it. . .i^^g^
|^I)r^Whitsitt;#pr^ach"edjJfrolin}^PsaUTM
= 107, ? 22;- which \ reads :|: " Anal let \tliem,'l sac^
r sacriflce"bf;t^anksgiying
{clarei His" ;1 works'; with ; rejoicing." -. . - '
ft; He ref erred -Jtb l tHeTdaygi of ? humiliation
rah"d?f astingj that rvvere^sojof ten > celebrated ;
rduriyg7.th'e^^3b€tweCn^ttfe-States^aSij
fcongratulated' hisaiearers that this was. a
more-; happy season.
|2i Sacrifices 1 of -, thanksgivin g,I- he 'i declared, •
i ' are'Cdue ,if or I\ th e M pea ce 'vwhich , ; has I pre-; ,
Jbf h affairsfand| : maySfeasbn^;!
sablylonticipate tthatf other ; nations|shair
r^jpstle^us % r udel y. ' f romftime |t»| time ; |b.ut|
lnb^such~f experience 3 has ?; befall en^uslthis,
iy ear^liet ;USibless-.thelGbdi ofjbattles/f or,
lthle|p"eace^yFej-h'ayejenjby^^iiis :^e
-, sacrir
tfice^bf fnatibnal^ dignity, and' honor.
I:! Sacrifices is of t tKanksgivingf arejj due % t^or^ : :
jthellif e ! randfachieyeinent"s"i of f our.j depart-rj |
|e'd?Pf^idOTt.^THejfeatstbf|statesn^nship;j
iWhJchsherfp'erfb£med^|theap6licie9^which
%. lie ij intrqduced^ty ill^i giy c ':-■ hini ';:\ positibnj
ihavi^ flllea^the?; presidentiai?ofßce7^g^ 1
fra^idfadyancV of 5 le^ri^
!ihlburicpuntry;^OiVr|publicl^
:isTgrbwinglevefy where;| and;- the f religious]
Jde^o^natibnslarelfollowriglth^elkamplej
foff th^e^ Stiatflajiclfbrganizhig ?af better,jsu-|
fperintendencyjahdibyersight.' lie referred'
•:tbltheTeffbi ; t' to' raise a.' hundred thousand
fdQllarsvfbrißichmbridSCpllege.'
sSpßf^sor;, i^hitsit^exprjssed ; ?;the|;hope^
ith"atvtli"e"lc6nsiit"utionai|C6liive^^^^
ll r see J> itHwaylcle^^^
Hh'at^the^U3^v^ij^|^_f^Virsinia^sM^d:
an annual oum o£ 5T0.000 *^S*
At ScventU-Street <;jirl>.tlau.
pReV. Henry Pearce Atkins, pastor of
I'thelkWest-Endf Christian I ctiUrchJ^an'dSgne;
f6fith^yprage^t^i^ters^^Be|tcity3?Sbi
Idressedi the .union -meeting of .'the , lour
'i of * ttieV eity?S.The ! ser^
vice^Swas^-held at the Seventh-Sti'eet
r church. It was Jargely^\ attended^Hej
Uo'ok «bis 'text .: from- Psalm . ICO,' ■ 4 : . ;'Enter
i.Tntb-His Gates \V ithf Th"ahksgiving|aTid^
Into.' His -; Court s: With £J Praise.;." ..Mr.
Atlcins said in part:, "In" the ce citor.es j
that have 5 passed Oaince -this full-toned
;allvi^6?rn^ciallrel^^?lsra^;^^naeiir^
I^velbTOk?n?i'nto^fxagmenoT^r^
antosdust/'The Temple Court, the-Hblyj
Place, the Holy of Holies'; and the Tem
ple . itself— the .: centre -of "Jewish * life {and:
iworship^rhave been defiled. by;.. the "pagair
a^fMefinftdej^;BuJt£tfis}F^ab^wj^tTO^
r ed^i>y- i flights of | timers sbundsS ilear/land ■
triumphant, as truly a call to all tho
earth when?;wrltten -centuries ago. ■ .•:.>•-: v v
j^feaSf*gSwo reason wUh|thf«^
mist :thatHman's)irecbgnitipn?4QfeGpciy
reoodnessTfsKallMbeV^eveflasUng; - DeHver
laiic^ijOToup^*^ W&SmlSm
people of Godi .The years oMamentatlon
give way; to ■ years of ' thankagl^int,
grim Fathers, anil is true of us to-day..
j^v^we;indlyiduallyVrecpßrii»e -the^gop<Ji
(nessT'^GMwe^eVprepared) top^the
IliFiwe" arc prosperous; l'-t iis k-arn^hat'*
pr'osperityr.fbllqwslbri tharJ:3gJying.%The]
: spirit "f of S gratitude f helps"? iis sfto \ make ?, the "
; most ??qf tlie 'Sprayer W f or
'greaterljjhjessings^needs i : rqften ?itb^bje
! changedCtb * one f for)
•Hhe^ble^ings^aJready^njpyfeiSi^OfJaU!
■'ttief^artsfSf
: therelis Sblit^orie-^theyar t ; of .^rausic^tliat'
I isilneededg 'tqg describe Qfe felfcity, :? iof (
Is best ■gutter e_d ■
iin'imusic^and^ in song. .It ".isr-bestaex-,.
pressed in. consistent, holy thanksgiv-'
I E:u N^Calisch, v of ' Beth
synagogue., spoke to a "large 'assembly^
£ fbf i his ■ mernbersTbmth'eTsubject,! f- The] Sum
; ; r'iS^^
* SlDrT^Calisbh ." deplor..-d the .fact^'"that
v Thanksgiving-Day; -'.was becoming^ less;
; . **andtless?a^ holy; day andimbrefandl more 1
v He said in part: ''Thanksgiving-Da^
; in its noblest practice is' a-day^of ]na-'
c
I fthe] Su"preme! f Auth'brT6f ■.j.uniyeriaUlif efandj
! •His'i?all4cqmpassing_: authority, letting I .
each one call; that Supreme 'Author^by
! ,what'name he v,ili, or approach Him" in
whatsoever manner he will. , And-Vper^
• haps at' no 4 time Jn our generation has
< ftherel^enf^eater/causejfor^
Jtialf^atitudeXbf|th"e"fA v me"ricariTpebp^
] Ireferl.notVtbJour^atlojffilJpros'per
like-'the bleM>ing of sunshine and^airfj
! jfe|fdb¥ribt'?appr^
[ jtal^en\|ffoml| usSJl But s an% incident %& Has]
; occurred . within the last four tnontli'
\. jtfetilFmigh't%wellsbldfu^lp"ause7;an^
i^imiplate^.Th^si^s'assination'lbf £burjiatei
| we ''i are |nqt ; ? y etl'i fairly 5 recoyeredl|
; ■^otst%^^is3w^th^'first?time|tliag;tlie;
| fcjtu^f|exec^tiye^f|ou^imtlb¥fjw^
irbwlb^theTc'ow^rdlylbjuilet'foffa^
; •iin^-but|beca"use*|^6f|the«li^CTeht^cbndi^ i
i Jtibns|thatjattondecl thxs^dasinabiefdeed. s /
jl'lt'^vas'ariVattack, not upon the 'occupant
rofgj^'lchai^^ut^-uponS^^^ch^i^ltTOlir^t
.Th'ercon^ciousness of this fact sta£K<?re<J .
t tiiel|nation for a moment; r»ut,".,thank'
L God,-Vour people and our iiwtitutions
'stobdlthe'strainfandicame forth'.fromith^
!|! |
••tt Is a aad and--' solemn thoucrht I
■bring! .to. you' for^xeflection^butiwe [cannot
refrain, on thia day,' feom ?,th"elcohtempla^
ftlon£pf the earnest an'! solemn duties
of <.'uv citizenship. The conclusion of :
that tragic 7 and heart-rending -incident
Twasr as vcreditable ; as - Its!jbeglnningjlwasj
"awful.'*" The; trial and lawful^ execution]
'bf^tHie^ assassin ; ,was the triumphTof^the"
American 'republic. /Shocked rinexpressi^
bly bj- a, deed that, was as rs asonleas as
it^was^Xdiabqlical^ltheJ-Ameriean ,*people^
irito|?^blenpeTf6l^putra^|
»sr lawlessness. £;That would have been
fwqrsel: than'ithe I "aas*asslnatipslifieit.j|^p
: restore bur V reverence . and"- 6iir ■ legal'? re-.
spect." Let ? it ibela-ihiblyTdayifirst^a^day
fsanctified by earnest^andilreverentttT]
1 gratitude, by humble*ir6mageitOitli l e''Mbsti
rHigh^a^d^h^V#Bt|^^l^^^C^2
'ous,~ happy.', exhilaratlngr, free, and glad.
landfall UhelcieeperEthe^^|joyTa"nd|gladnisa'
sby|j:eHson?bf.nthei i | factiteatsthefday^wlll^
the'feby'-tend' to insure the stability ot
rtur institutibns's'ah'd"'* make for thejtsijr^
vjval of £he republic, as It. shall be tha»
made, the fittest of "the "civic Powers of
f, A^vVe r jr '.- G •■ er«l .-.'Observance .■•-; of > lkv
M?M£t. : -•■■■':.•■,' •-j- ,'■'.; pJiy.^A •: V V:"
:Ll^aNGTOK,,TA^; 'November ».-HSpe
clal.^ Union Thanksglvlns ?Berytce«^«r^
Presbyterian church, conducted by all^tae,
I pa^toriiO£|tb^ra^Th'eT^^onl.'vms>'pfeacli>
ed I by.}
Methodist church. :; , ; The!; preacherjlbasea
his|sermon ■• oh : the 11th : PsalmVf and |'elp|j
quOTtly7cbntrastedftt^hvyi^se;acUbM]^e^
actuated ; byi7prudencel!or;Jpessimis tlcften^
aencies or grounded' on "faith. f '.CSf
town nearly all business ;
wasTftb-dayTsuspe
of Jpeirsons : spent^hje^ayjin^thell field: i
h^ttoi^gThe^banks gi^re^clojiedy^the' i
p^st-officerbbseryed "holiday hb'ursTjandjftbe^ j
I public | schools'* suspended. "The^i turkey^
I ;wai^ mi^hJhi|eyidenceSgo ' -9 ; -i : 'J^^^S j
jL-All "duties were suspend^ ,ie "Washlng
.to^andVLjelUnivjrai^.^ebnteary^totex^
ppctationslthe*^Varsity;fbbtib^l?tea
no^game"?f^or^to?d^y;-^T^ey|tried'|to^se^
clire galdatS7|but"" could - not clo so -.with
kny?|^utSHamVdenrSidney;; and ; ; as
had^pn^^p^ore^^i|^as"on^play^gg^ffi
tea^^they^decll_n^|{to.lpteyaV^s\cbna|
time.": It is also said that -"Washingtqnl
and'iLee did not like 1 to take the chances
oCS^ing^efe^ed|^byj|H^i^enjSid]Ky^
rwhenlthey~lwb"nj the! first' game". ; |
liplidayjvwasl more : appreciated ; th aiijany^
where r-lse in town, as ths cadets 'ihave'.
jvefyj few-"' privileges-, out of '-barracks.;
Therefore, many o? them took toj^the
field^others' spent -.the day up town, while"
others^JstiUiwentHpvßuina^is^^plvisiti
thelcbllige J girls b at | ttiel Southern | Semf|
"nary." Those who remained sin >Lexins-,
ton fen joyed , a splendM|^hHer?|in|which|
rbasttturkey^occupiedXaTcpns^icu^o^uVplacea
The^yi^inia^^Hfe^Sln^ti^^footcbaHl
tSimfand ff fieTi^^p^^
■folk^"T?h6reltheylcbntested".with|^rginiaj
Polytechnic Isictitate for gridiron honors!
At^\Vqpel»*octe. .■-^'H^
MW^b^6<^^V^p|Np^Srnber^^
;(Sp^ial.)^C^side|ablej|snSv^feilfS|^; (Sp^ial.)^C^side|ablej|snSv^feilfS|^
during : lastfntght 'fsmd'i covered |the| entirej
Valley in this section. The' Thanksgiving!
services^-'conducted'Sbylßeyli'J^llowardj
"Wells," pastor ■ of the -Methodist'.church;
i"in the Christian church herel.thls JiraamS
ing was. attended by a large gatheringfiof:
m r <~. m
. STAUNTON, VA,, November 25.-<3pe
cial.)^ll6retand-more with f aeh ,recur-^
Bngjlyear4T>ahk¥giv^^^
Senerallyvibpseryed \
scHobls^stbrei;? and I pubUclbuilding^werej
clo^ed/t'al^iihe|lJQlida^4SplrttJwasJ^v«y;-|
tharWongir^tibncjpined^withl^|S^^
Presbyterian in union servlcesiE.,,? Atgac-^
Vivi^ervice3^too^rereJ^ld^t|Emawidj[
andlChrist ;L.utheran* churches. : At ! Trta£
ity 'Episcopal .^church :" the ; : chancel //was
adornediwith sheaves', of com,',wheat;|a^dc
oats,^ and ■^ithjlruita^bespeaklnc
time|and'iharyest." ~-ri3g%^h
ZXrt V-"5 &&?** &*iM£&J : ; t| §m%
. November^ a.^pe^
csal.)~To-day wast, very . K^neraUyj^ob^
ii^e|Sh^e^pfelioiraay^and|,the^o^|
Thanksgiving services f werel taeta^tgtteg
Chrtetlan church, and were parueipated
tferlan?.? and Chxistf arApastors.-j%Rey:.-^ Jsl
B "Dunn; 'the jrectpr.^conducted •• services (
- PUtASKT -CITT. VA.. November.v 28.^
(3pecla!.>-A beautiful homo >eddta« topk
place Vat the residence jof ■ the Vbrlde** r
brother; :M^^miam;vHo^sSrroUD««T;V
jS^ThJrs|Splt^^tt
parlors were ;.tMtefully ; deconttej* -s^lth:-;
andf arcßf o£| evergreens land? ofcxysantite* "%
Ing^fMiss I Susan '? Kimbeto^t^lee^iiui^jl^^
cor^pUs&d^mdfattract iniiirfiaSay^*'^
j^Thelbrfde vwasjhandsomel7| gawß«l|ft|j *^
browmtravellingr salt,~and f carried ! a}*_UTfcJfi||
of ;brfde r s roses. Dr. Willfam\Grahamigo»^
Granam's Forge, was best man. /J ?Mr.,> A
JobjEt%W. r ! Price, « of :of -\
the ibrlde^* gave"; her* away: Rev. W.-|^i^':
Price^llier);father, 7 2 officiated. Mrs. J.sßjti^
Ward;'- sister of tbe brtdc, playe*9 c th^
.weddtag'ini'arctir;; ' .^f&BWi
hapPyXcouplaileftlbnlthe^nl^croclc^^
bound : train for I*yncnbursr, ..RichMl<WJ9^|
Nbrfolk? and
bome7?|atlGrabram*sl^Forse. -. > '-P"^" : i '
v ! Oh ne« Wednesday/ Rev.j- J. M.- ."West. '. ■
an "agent for th". temp«anc«|caus^»jßg
S6utnwestl.yirginla^l^llt^baw|a,fte^
S%elT£TeeUn«'?ln'4ttfe?'Bap^-|<*i»^k«i^
anti-local salooaUeaguej to jPulaakt^^^^
Cuniplnc Out ' tlic * Q>ffl€^*'Ab Ac^fP*
ciaL)^Duritf&[aTfecentlfresbet]twD^flthjlg
filled* to Ipverflqwinsr- At imucb^ffitpcna^a^
andf trouble Jtae ;Sjwater I hißtlieSgiwnall«ii|^
■QaarlyS^^S^exbliuste'd^ ,'She •&&!*s£
■Quarry'^J looked Slite^|^me!M«re«i||»ea< .-. |
;%hb3etfdepth seernedHtosbidL£d«flauacfts;ioi& :
s mal^^fltor^g^t^imuctt^ou^J^3^»^
Willianis the;. idea^oCvmatelnC ;. : '
a barge, and, it .was latmched. -Orttt*
decklwere placed { three] ponderous ipumpa.^ i
SiThe^WelstfiwdrlOTen^wl&ftth^iMtiK*
9Wllf|ioon|hadl^t|appU^c«Xwa^
then - wonderful , .ptecea'of macWnerj^j
■"ch'argedlwi _th" f steam.'J soonf sent |
HlghtyTatoeairttint^
?4ThingslWQrk^?smo6tWy.4for.-awMe^^
the 'gratliication ,'or th^vtrorkmei^aß*^
theipleasuresofltheTctirlous crowd I . '. Etot^g
ihltheFstfflnessjotfa^d&Jfenfathti^m^
a i'rap^-not "Poe's ;,th*
African" who i yelled. 1 out. l.VMr.-.Wlllkun^ :
irduhllos^nryipumpa^^Ki^y:^;^^^
■ '? lanterns it^werenilllihted; everything y}
broke,' : a* huxe boulder :wa» mlSMd lfron*
Its^pointu; of il eminence. \wM<;)b, told it*
own - story. \ ByJS|ja^twoMC^t|t<ritei
and i telephones Norfolk - soon f came ; ;t<£ ttoiS|
: reicue|^^MntlaJ3f^^wte^iwtidwßig
ithe coveted : ;pump»V ; toi :;
places. „' i ■- 1 .-"''^'' p WM ■
, % Now; .we can look down;tat© ,*h« bowofc r
t of thtveacth-aod/seelthe^uay.Wftlahinen,
with :pick •and-;crowbar,' forgetful *of th« v
Lpast^ 1; The ; hum 3of the Cwh««l;> thi ! «hfJll : ;
v note [6t i'ttie the resamed aettvltr ; :
;braJ^r?^Tmu«dle;tliat]moWitte;^orl<t^-^
• of the excursion rate* and T sjp*ntrTh«il»»^
gtving-Day te Richmond-., ;.
r ; : Some pfr our, BaptUrt i friend*', w«*sfb«*
,vitedsto;th«l-inarrla«e Joi'Mlss^lnM^ieAit,;;^
to 31r." ; HJ C, CaUholm. to -i»»|:inW iwi»ijj^
at 117 Virginia av«nu«. Barton H^akl%>
to-day, -ThurwJssyi SSth.^ Wm Ski** l»tt#.;i
■ dau'snter of Rev.-: C ; T-J Scott; ;Uwt ] P*i>ft g

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