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HOUDAYI;PMi||iIHJGfiiIPK)TOI
vpoculstoM- in the I,<-;it((»iii t-*o»«t
M..ro Cliccrfnl 1 Velli»«-sh rtn ji nKC
in Wor)<r« Ccronl J\»ort Sui»i>iyi±
1 »rov isimi* ; JCvOi-plJwttnlly St roiiisVvS
XEV\* >*ORK, ■■:-.; kovemb^r ! 29.~Bjflgj|
• street's; to-morrow will say: Tho advent
of more seasonable ■■ woaiher has .. .piven
the apaprcntly only; iiotHlod "stimulus to ;ro,-:
..ail and holiday^. demand: inT the.vXorth;':
Vvest, and portions- of :; tlie^ Soutli: j;ir*rbnij
now on retail; ralhor.Uhuhrwliolesaiefde?:
jnand .will ■ attract! inostvatientlon.Vt Colder;
v.<at!ior and snow! would;, however.^- benc-'
l,t Northwestern:; trade : -; v ;aiid;! industry;
though the open: father? }n ; cvailing!ihas;
, nablofi more than rbrdinary^; obinplete
mrminp preparations and; extended;;build
ing actlxity .■•;'; Accompanying- tlie":..';^ im-§
j-irbvemetit- in tho tone ; : of . : traded there
));»•: l»oen a broadening': and : deepening! of
: peculation in ' thei leading:: : food : ; staples.',
„n<l "sill in all there is r a. ra ther! more ;
■ c j:ocrful feel ins prevailing. Xo sign » of
the y sual . seasonable ; quieting". ; dowrii ' : in I
the demand f or! iron and steol is : apparent;^
r .- K 5 buyers are as eager!: as r ever .,'* to '-.. bb-^
t-.in supplies, v The car shbrtagefandHhel
congestion of freijrht; in the. Pittsburg:
flis'.ricts .have been; accentuated; -by. -the
switchmen's strike, and the trouble there,
if sn>thing, Isj aggravated. A number;
of" furnaces' 1 are banked,, and: a. number"
of mills are idle for lack of V supplies."
finished products, bars, sheets; and
Miactural material: are all active. •
dry-goods; r i -,;-;.
There - is ■ loss": doing. : in . the ; wholesale
flistributioh of; 'drj'-gfoods."-. but the. demand
is reported as in good volume. Sales for
r.t'xt sprihjr sire ; ; hot- us ■! heavy as : ex
pected. Business : in print-cloths is slow,
"snd brown cottons are quiet, but .these
poods are ; ; reported:; largely sold- ahead.;
3n woollen goods, the; situation is! one of
the best 'or years. '. : ■[-: : : : . .
The strength of the !. coarser r! grains'
torn and oats, has been^a. feature sus
lainins wheat, !-; which might
have receded, oh large Northwestern- re
:ci p Js and a heaxo" increase in ! the visl-j
Me supply. A resume.; of the' world's
-orcal food- supplys shows a shrinkage
Uiis year of 1,05G.000,W0 bushels, as com
/fareti with! last; year.! : - ' •
Provisions are; showing' exceptional
strength; owing : to ; shorts* covering, and
reported heavy, buying by packers/; IHbg
i eceipts are large, but: the weights ; of the
animals are "light,: and L this < accounts ; ; for
he relatively VgTeateri advance In lard.
FAILURE RECORD." ■ ' ! i
Business failures in .the United: States
:or -the week number IS9,- as; against IS4
In iho same week last; year. .
Failures in Canada for flic week. !26,
,s against 2S in; the same week a year
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AX ALEXANDRIA AVEDDIXG;
Miss I,aml)ert jtlic Bri<le of Mr. 3lar
*li all— Webster's " Case.
ALEXANDRIA,; VA., November 29.—
(Special .)— A quiet marriage occurred last
evening at. the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
William Henry Lambert, oh Duke street,
when their daughter; Miss; Helen <Louise
Lambert, became the bride ;Of ;Mr:?Robert
Douthat Marshall, of Berryville, Va. ; ,
The ceremony was .performed- by Rey.
P. >P. Phillips, .;-,■ of .: St. Paul's -Episcopal
church; in the presence of only 'a few im
mediate friends and relatives of the two
families; . , ;" ...
A reception followed, after which the
briile and' groom left for a northern tour.
They i\ill- reside in Berry%-ille.
The case "of ■William F. "\A T et>ster,
tliarged 1 with; violating: tlie" postal!* laws;
was called this, morning, before United
Slates Commissioner John S." Fowler, and
was postponed ;' until December^ 10th. Ow
incr to the; absence of: United; States ~Dis
trict Attorney Allen, "vV-ebster renewed his
bond."
He; is; accused of sending obscene and
scandalous matter': through' the mails. '.'■'
."■■•'."... -' -.. V«^ . ;•.■■.: •: :■ )'■■:.
For Xorfollc or Lynelibarg- via C.
Jc O. Route. :
Passengers using the CJiesapeake and
Ohio railway .between- Richmond/ ; Xor
lolk, or Lynchburg pass! over the new
Etc-el - Chesapeake and Ohio viaduct " and
-Enter tho new "Main-Street Station."
Street-cars'; .to- and. from all portions of
Richmond will take you to or from; the
Chesapeake and Ohio Main-Street Station.
.-.:._ — i^i" — ■ — '.•■-■■■:•■-■■"■.-■■.•■.»
SPECIAIj A'OTICK. .-'.*■ .'-.'.,".-■. •■■- -i
,\ t la H tie-Coa st Line Knil road's - Diii
inj?-Car Service.
The Atlantic-Coast Line i-ailrbad an
nounces, effective December 1, -1901, the
Inauguration; , of . dining-car service '.on
th^ir celebrated: -' Florida and West In
dian Limited" trains X 05.32 and 35. This
makes these trains complete in every.! par-;
ilcular. and "offers to We travelling
]iublic the best railroad ser\ice between
F.ichmond; Florida,! Cuba, and all south-"
crn points. . For full information In re
gard :to schedules, rates, etc., .apply to
ar.v agent of the company, or !, ,'"•-'"
■C. S. CAMPBELL,
Division Passenger Agent.
„..;; . 838 east Main street. ;.
Atlantic-CoaKt Line.
This line announces. the opening winter
Kiun'st season of 1901 and 1902 to Florida,
Cuba, and other southern 7 winter tourist
points. " The time, service; and trains tare
unexcelled. This vis the rro te ;of the
celebrated New York and Florida Special.'
Tickets on sale from October Jl3, 3901,; to
April 30, 1902. ;; For full information apply.
Jo Richmond: Transfer Company;; 903 {east
Main streef.iW. Steele, Ticket :; Agent,
liyrd-Street Station, or '
C. S- CAMPBELL.,
Division Passenger ;A gent,
KS oast Main street, Richmond,,Va.
Atlantic-Coast iJiie R: Hi Co.— Xation^
al Montal • , ScU'iK'c : Association,''
<S<;nl»re<»ie»- Daytoiiii,; Fla.. _■.>'« vein
«n'r 3tK>l. ■ ; ' v ::;- : ' - ;;; ' ■- : .;; : - .
This line will sell for tJie above occasion
tickets one -first-class fare for the round
tri]>. On sale November 15th to; 2Gth;;in
rlusivo limited to' December: 35. rlS01i.; : For
full information apply-to Richmond .Trans-
J«T Company.'^ 9o3 east;. Main •;;'. street; ~W.
?('?]<• Ticket Agent. Byrd-Street; Station,
t»r ' ;: ; •/■::; C; S. .CAMPBELL., _
.',-..' : Division Passenger' 1 Agent."
- - :. ; SJB east Main r street. . .
<'!if«'-Car Servlcer-Sftaboard AlrfLliic
Ilttllway-; j ,v
Thr; Scabbard' Air-Li ne : railway; will j in
f.uijurate about 'December, .Ist :. a special
Cafo Car Service.? 'Cafe; C«irs: ; willfbe;at r
relied to trains Nos. "1 (Florida and
y»>n -opoiitan-' Umiied^and'^ M
and? Richmond^andHbetween.
< 'ohimbia andi Bavannah t p:-infj boths direc-
Hons These carsl will- be'Uvejnnestiever
M-en: In the ; South];;- and Kafe^slmilary|to
Uiosc now in use on! the New. York Cen
tral. Union ; Paiilic^ and) Sunset i routes.-^;
Quick Time to Sew York. «o«ton,
<-«c.,.via:Ai:;Bia,Li»e-.K.,;r.^||g
v/itMd;ConnMrton^|#;;:^^;i:;;^fe»^
You canUeayet Richmond (and reach; the;
Xollowing? "places iithel'Kame; day:slNew|
York 7 (running Ktime,rjibest|:traln.£el«nr|
hours and ;twentyVinlnutes)^Bqston,|Bur- f
ralo, P.lttsbufig^andsadja.cent?poln^c 5
The; rounds trip;; to ;? Waßhingtan;>Bal«ij
njore",- and: PWladelphlcKniayjl>e (roadejUJej
same day^'^vlriglseycrallhourssa^eacnl
Plaws^-: particularly^ at«. Washing tonte ana|
v Apply at ByTd^t«et,troi?ajlßl^mqnaT
Transfer.rCkuripany'e^ offlcea, "■ndi'Sw^
board AJr-Une XBrokArStrert j.9tatlpnJ..^p|;
, .o^^. - ,"o^» ' ".!I",T?»j.% •'■--^^B^H toS
J kHb£ % - : "" :; "- " ' "'" "**■ '' fIUB :
;^^^^^'C."'. -. ..';.• "..'-■ f 'l^^t .^p .•."''■*'-■*'-^f -y"^' ■' '^' *■
B a O .^^l 111
|| v '■-;•..■'.•' Sold.br all denlers. ' >;-■
M ' Ayf nt« wanltxl. ? Apply qntdfljr.^Termillbrrai.^ B -
H FRANK LESLIEPUBLISHJNGrHOUSE, ■
P[ y(KiuAi«hea ISSS) 141-147. Fifth Aye.. N. Y. fl
S'KWS i FROM ;OL.!D 'LOUISA;
Game 1h Altnndnnt! and JSportsmen
•■'"■ ! Are ■ HaTins ■ Goofl >" Liick.. .? , . r;J
! FREDERICKS "HALL^ «VA:, .Koyember
2?.— (SpeciaL)^-A good !• rain last; Friday J
iiightf brought ,up much rof . the : wlieat
and; grass which the farmers had regardf
ed as dead. .':!,'! : ':S",' ;*V';!. "'■!■
On account of the \ dry : weather!a ther ! during
the pai=t; two months,; very; little ) tobacco
has been 3 shipped/ but !;; the ; few sales ,: of
dark tobacco which' have" been made, have
been satisfactory, to the shippers./: The
prices averaged ?I" per! hundred more thaii
for the. past several years.
.;;; Pork is being shipped freely" now and it,
too.: is. bringing good :. prices.. .;_; , ; ■■'■;.;
Richmond sportsaien";'are v ; frequently to
be seen ; around : here and .'they: usually go
back with: gbod^ strings^ of ; game. ;■■-: . ; : ,|
Mr. M.:S: Pendletonfi; of the^yirginia;
Fire and Marine; Insurance CompanSVicar-'
ried;do\\'n ; a;strihg^ of forty-five. partridges;
and two'^pheasants fas ;'a; result
J days'"hunt;;" "- '■ ■ -„ ' !)■ "
- ! Some i of r the.- northern:; sportsmen .with
plenty ; ; of .money \ should come .to. this
ahd^ invest; in hunting; preserves,
f Game isy plentif ul around ' this" neighbor
; hood ; and ". land '■. is J cheap.' • ; . > ; : ; ■ ' r~ : .'" '
; There is a^tournamerit and oyster supper
scheduled .! for liewistoh •;! to-mDrrow ''after-,
noon to' raise funds' to complete the
"Town Hall" at -that ; placed ; ; A Jarge
crowd.is expected 'and! all-who;: are not
afraid to : spend their! cash are" invited to
attend/" ':. , . -: " : '. y .; " *" * :-. ;
.Mrs. C. K.Peridieton; : of 'Ashland, Va^,
has-been -visiting;her;;numerous;friendsrin;
this ; section ■; for ; the^ : past^i ten - J ; daysjV but ■
returned ?! home Tuesday -evening. '': f ,- : - : ; '■'■
V^MissVWortley >Wise;~.b"f i-the Woman's
College. Richmond, VaT.S is a ; guest of IMiss
! Sallie . I)e Jarnettej of •": Xiewiston". :%. V~ - :,- •../ ■! :.
Mrs. M. W. Gardner and: her daughter,"
Miss Sallie. who ! haye^.' been.-^visiting
relatives near Henderson, y K.y.; "returned
home to-day. • " ' -^:,^*-' jZ-f.'' l^?'' 1~ L '■'<
; Messrs^ J.H. Crank and ;e:^P:; Waller
returned from Washington to-day, after
spending several daj's ■- there. .' - .- .
- Mr. Claude Petti t, of b. the Medical '-.'Col-;
lege of ; Virginia, "is ■visiting his aunt,.- Mrs,!
N.* C. Harris^! ' '-■'".-':. • ~ '•■ "•' : *;; ' '. ;-;■"■ ■'"'/:
HAPPEXIXGS ixf CHESTER^
Accident, to. Mr. . Carl;llbyd^-Persbiial
and Social Xotcs.V- . '■■■:■■■•
' „. CHESTER; ; VA., ! Noveimber ; 29^-(Spe
: Oial.)— Thauksgiving'-Day ! •; was -generally
observed^ here. -Services were: held; at the
various churches, [the stores ; were closed,
and the post-offlce /was only open a por
:tion ofCthe-day: .- - _..-; ...';.
Numerous • hunting 1 and fishing; parties
left 1 ; here and. among /them ,were ' many
visitors -Who ?; returned J- seemingly;- •well
pleased ; with . their .day's : : sport.- :■ ;-; ;, v ■
Mir. ; Carl - Boyd 1 cam c" near being, serious-;
i ly - injured ; while; working 6n ; the ; residence
'of ; Mivi ßowles, :■ which is jbeing remodelled.''
:•;•■; Mr. f Boyd :: was on • the [ second 'floor i and.
Mr;' J. ; Rr ; Moody; was ; at : . work;: on !" the
= firs'tV' floor :■• removing, \the bracihg .of an
old staircase preparatory ; ;toV;puttirig;{ in"
a« new -^ one,'; when Mn ;Boydf attempted
to descend by the staircase,; whicli gave
.way. But 'for.: his "catching-: a grafter. : he
; would have fallen a; distance :;bf -".twenty,
'feet on "a pile oE boards. ; t
The Misses '■ 'Archer:: have issued inyita^
; tions to ; agerman- which wlll^be given
;at T Uieir : hbme;;on':December^2dj/-{;7^i"^i : ;
;3 : A'> very delightful Card? party!, was'!; given
at: the!, home' of ' Miv :and;.Mrs.!; J..;ljynn
.Donohoe.;w:hich was -greatly;, enjoj'ed! by
;their numerous guests/.; . ■.•....--■.■ : , .; --\
j';;Gill ■;' Bros. :shipped: from „ this: pointV v tb
rdayfourteen'carsof wood to! their" yards
iir -'Manchester.-* ■ . .
GREENWOODJDESTHoSTEb. ; '-;':]
•. Fiiie ReNidence: of D. : 'E:' GooflwyiV.'ln
: : Greeneaiyille;;llurn;t,iYt»«ierilay. ; : ; \
'■] E JIPORIA, VA.V ■'.!■' Noveinbeff"; 29i-^(Spe£
cial.)^ 44 Greenwobd,". the.Phome;of :' Mr.^D?
12. V Goodwj'n's ;"; family,'. ; abouti' two;*" miles
f rom ; : this place,'- was totally, - destroyed
by« iire* this ; morning.' £: The {origin l^ of : the
fire'isCunknowh; ' _, •
''Greenwood": has been; tlvehdme^of j the
Gcodwyhs "■-? for several' : genera t ions^f and.
V;as one of the .prettiest - country,: i-esi
dences in- this ; : county. " \
; About eighteen i montlis "'i ago J the rebuild-;
Ing was painted" and I putJJnS thorough * je_f
pair. ' '-
Dr. and Mrsl : : Ji Till Jones Jhaye -returned
from a "visit to ■them* daughter, Mrs P.
fCit Mills, of Virgilina. "^ ] ' '
I P'Miiis : Sallied I/ee~ is visiting- ■ relatives f in
!Efchmond;:;^:-^-y: ; ia^: ;:^:"S:?^-^^;3
George V Stauhton.'i'- Jr.. . and ;Harry,
Wainwrightif of ■' \Vi lson^i N;^ C.; "i^vere : here
yestefdaylyisitingl friends;?.;. \&&^BEm
f-?-M.-Archersßobertson,iof Cuba. is. here
on a; visit- to; . his M^V^^
Robinson., ' ':'-.„
•Mr. VT. Ira 1 I-ee, .son of Sheriff
3,,- of- this count j, has accepted
a position' as division engineer .! (civil)'
jfeHegWes terip Ohio|jßailway^(^m
p'any, with headquarters "at iJma].:O.'.
YbungiMnlteVs r success is very,f gratify^.
ing to' his many friends hc-ro.
XE\Vr6ICT:M3>VSi
ExceVdf d • Co»»t r««-i .S|>«'«;«>— Verj riitd
{Special.^Thc new Morgan J,me steam
ship?Ew3iicU?receritlj-h mad©; a remarkable;
« r efd-trial by ruling- njr %-ighloeu; r knots;
andhbur, wlim- hor contract, called ..for
only mte-n, will .leave to-morrow<niorning
on her maiden trip to • N T e w-York ; to - enter
York ami New" Orleans. '^^
ClJlk-bf-P/JJlcC^phnsoo,^
Chief ;bf-Pollce;Vß;,Vj;marwood:-f or, : -*i^ ,
- ;-■"■■*- -t • ' - "J" J ». ' ". ■' •' ' J - > t -- : "" v* : "5.* -
•alary, .. claimed^toi be due for the, time.
: the 'ilatteii^ held;} tlie^bfflce ;after^ the^fbr
irief^apl>b)ntmeht;:to^day^obtai^;a:;yer£
d let for i the \ amount,'; for J the ; second J time, ,
in the Circuit Court. :.'
!?MrsV^lnßley^whoMive S near Poqubsln,
In York - county, . was seriously burned
lateSlast* tiign\ji a«a her. condftrdbjfnow^ls|
precarious. She' was ,pas«iiig a- stove
she was"/ burned from "head 'to fnot before
Xe^ XHtioW-nB-n^Vo; Be Started
capltalstockof the new. national 1 bank to
■ been subscribed: and ). the ;institutiqn|>lll:
be ': open for business- before January Ist.
-Application: for 'a'charter will-be made to
Uhc;Comptroller;ofithe:Currency.;at once.!
A building tv cost mOiX- will be erected.
iJ'.The-.president; of tin- iu-w bank will >be
Mayor R. T. B:irtor., .and the cashier
|MrSH.f D'it Fullerif nowjof I the | Shenandoah;
jcapi^|stbcklJwaslsub^crlbed3by|C^;m^^
1 and.^capltalists , hom 'ifarel ex||
iGovmprSpoydLl^wndes^Daniel Annanj;
I James Clark, and John Keating:. A=.sav£
; ings]? department? willt! b e ;; connected;, with;
tteeTn-ewjinstltution. , *&&
Mm. B.'.S; Herndun Dea«i.
. , -■<. ■
r - FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Xovcmb< r
29.— (Spiciai:)^Mrs; i Mary : ; Wallace;?Hern
dori. -, widbwlof fl>r*|B.^SS Herndonj^diedi at
i>ef) home here after, a brief iUuess: Three
ch'ildfen;^Yb^isters^
vive her. She leaves relatives ir» Balti
■moreTand ißichinond.
rl*her l*he Police Court Docket.
]„ the Police. Court j'esterday morning
Henry,*! Brbwn^(colb^
ingJ-David-tWarren^withya^ knife:, ■ , ,'
j^Bettie> Branch ; :^as fined; s2.sOs for ::being ;
drunk and' disorderly.
?.- ' AT .W.- McClay was ? fined^ s2 l f ori: falling
to place a light on street obstructions at
night. ; '.•*"'- ■--_• ' -
."■•• Walter^ Cosby P. (colored) "iWas ;■: in
■charged by h Adam '; Jasper.: (also i colored),
! with ? cutting '-, and -wounding him \w i th ; a."
knife;' : :After::'hearingsr;thes^ evidence,
Justice -Crutchfield^found'itvhard toj.de
:termine\which !b.f ?ithe"? two; was at -fault/
so -^ he~; required : both : to :7give^ bond -in
penalty; of $500 each for their good be
•havior;for twelvelmonths. ,
.-;•■.:.■■■ -.-'. -v-.'-.. .■ ■ - ■.-:•! ■•- i-t.-- '■•.•,•■ a- :■.'■:■ j-v:.: ,'■• .■■'■■■'■;.•:.■■■
:. Trannfer* of Property. _..,.'.• . ;
Richmond : Christian, ißowe J & .'Court
i ney"; ' special commissioners^and ; Ed ward
■ M:* Crump, iir hisown r right^and -a s -*ub^
\ trusteed &c^lto \ JamesTC/-Deaton'sjexecu
:tors': 28 -feet onisjOUthV side'.:Gracev street,
IS3 2 3-4-12 feet west of Eighth, street,
i55,500.\ ". ' ' ' .**> ' '• ?«~ ■=— - •' „'
Jenkins andwifeiW-iF.- Jenkins
*arid' wif e'/J George ;?E.i Jenkins ;arid wife,.
l-R.';V;;.-ii"""-,vjenkins ; i:7and^.\*wif^
fitter .■;■: :' a"nd^^wlte^>-W^-vA;-^-,0%. Cole
and (>■ wif e ■: H. : - AT-; - Carcaund ■ and : 'h wif e, ;
"and "• Meivin !; Flegenheimer,':' trustee .. in
bankruptcy,", of ; Charles \W.'" Jenkins, Ibank
:. rupt- to : J. ■■'■•; S: ;Morris,-;; Morris,-; SO ; f eet \. oriS- north.
; side ;., Venable (street;^betweeng Rose and
Twenty-fifth : : streets; i $1,105:
-;'!i Henrico: James ' Hollefan's . trustee ■ ana
f c f ■ Elizabeth & Holleran, r; 54; f eet >on
east side- of Seyenteenthrstreeteopposite
f the "round-house ; of fih'e* Chesapeake i and;
? Ohio- Railway ■ Company,? slo.' : l> _>£i : . < > '■, t
.Same to same,; 3 1^4] acrjSs; described r as
?-iot No "36 in Cralgs's;:plan;i:and~66 feet
on east side of Valley; street, known as
lot S of- the same p1an,. ?500... ', §" .:
;; John; C^RobertspriSand^wifeiitoV Lang-:
boVne^M^^illiamjs.^bne-halfiinterest^in
.682 of ; ; an 'acre on ; the -,; northerly.' line of
the r'roposed " extension 'of ;Grbve ;; avenue,
So. • -■..'•
John v C. ; Rbbeftson; ; and .\wif e .to "VVest-.
• Hampton ! Park ; RallwayJ- Company/. .808 { of
;an ! acre iad joining^ :the'V.lands.>!pf vA\',;i\V.-;
;Garber &als.V: arid described' as! .Vproposed
extension rof iGr.oye:ayenueJ'.^sl.;*i^ :' ;x; x ;;
■^-Stem "fc^Ellysonr^trustees^JEmile . A.
jCusseh. ;';.; Susie CD:> Starke'sj administratbr,-:
the State;; Insurance i^Corn^
pariy to :\\ r estha"mpton ; Parlc Railway .Com-;
': p'any, "right of (wayjoyer^a^stripfof^land;
: €0 ! feet wide two ; miles west jof Richmond, ;
J5. ' . -, . . * --
•: Henry S. TTallerstein andSwifex and L». ;
■E.-;""Ullma'n'";arid/';wlfeVto!.iSaUie|.E.y.Callis",'.'
•20^feet on south; sideJ.Brbad fstreet,. 3os 6T126 T l2
deet east ;bf Thirty-sixth is'treet/x^l.SoO;;?
f:': Henry! S/ ; Wallersteiri^ to;-E^^ J. ;' :Perdue^
:1: 19 6-12 feet; bn;!west' side : of ;vT wen tj-- third
"street; 90 feet t sou thy of ; * $950. "!; ■■'-..•
What Causes Deafness
The! Principal -Cause ', it* '] Curable, But
•:-;•-. Generally iOverlooketl. ;
; Many. things, maj'! cause ;deaf ness,.; and:
vvery of ten; it is difficult to; trace; a-cause.
; Some • people i inherit .deafness".-- Acu te dis-
- cases like^ scarlet-fever, isometiinesi cause;
1 deafness. -But; by/^ar^the/.most/comraqn^
cause of loss of -hearing is catarrh of
the 'head and throat.
\
: igiv^asihisTopinionithatfninelout; of_:ten:
: ; ?ca^e^^6f;deafriess^is]traced!tOjthfoat'trou-i
: % ble;Sthis ~*. isiprobablv Toverstated;".- : but|; it !
i iis^certaJnly /truejthat^moreUhah ;halfiolj
poor- heariiig^were caused ; by;
-catarrh.
ithro^t^flnias^iG^waylJ^oSJth^-E^a^ilUQj
tube ami by clogging it up veiy soon
the^hearihsrKandilther hardening:
Jof^tHeXsecretion^inakesJthelJpsslp^^ear^
finHp>rnV^iit;^hlesi|th^^arrh|w^hj
1 - the^ 'trouble i.« cihed.
■ These -who are* hard of hi-aiing may
.think .this- a" little, far fetched. but.any..
foiie?a\^Up(b^r^a^t?mu^t ! -hayeAhoticed^
-howya/;hanlicoldiln?thej:headjlwill?;affect
the hearing, and that c.itarrh if 1 long.
fiiegiected|will|certainlj-j Impair ji-the* sense!
tbf'hearin&^dlultimateJy]ca^seideafnejSj|
",lf the nose and|thT6atdare|kept^clear|
and free from the unhealthy secretions
of catarrh, the hearing- will at~ oncej
■greatly improve and any one .suffering
[ ffbnv^deaf ness and : catarrh can satisfy.
* themselves on this point by. using a 50
i cent s boxf of 3 Stuart's tCa tar rhiTablets^^
5 new> catarrlifc"are^wliieh*< In; thefpaiti year^
?jiait,wonf thpapproval 2 of fthous^ndsgofi:
$ catarrh ifsufferers/? asgwel 1| as % physicians *
because It is in. convenient form to UKe,
•contains^nb cocaine" or .iopiatej-arfdj.Jsf.as;
.their: eiders- - :. **«*£&
Stuart's Catarrh -.Tablets! is a whole
some combination of Blood root, Guaiacol,
Kucalywtol m>d simiUr antiseptics -and
they cure catarrh and catafrhal deaf
ness-bv faction' upon the" blood and rau-
Tcou?; membrane fof ; tne .nose : and .\thrqat^P
"i'ou do not have to draw upon the
l^allsfe#dH o tfte h^%^^
Xc tting.beneflt f rpnv Stuart'B,Catarrhj ; Tab^ j
' lets; - improvement^ and \ relief i upparr
cnt from the .: first',' tablet > taken."
All druggists, sell and recommend them.
'backase and any .catarrp sufferer who has
i'waßte^iUmeTand : ; money;on^sprays,ißalv.ei,l
and vpowders;; wil^appreciate^to: the?; full,;
\ the ; merit" of ;Stuart ? 8 CatirrhrTabiet*^ \ : }\
Thou sands b'P&M&ts a/t iriost KettiarKaDisp^Ei©Bi^^^
;g| gp|.S||; ■ w ;||;^^^
Men's 'AH Wool Black ,UESmshcdJ ' "189 Ht ~ ; 'B IHI B' |M«^iN^^^C«fl^iKiilli
W^ds arid Thibets,. F^ncy Striped , N ffl ' . '"^■■■■jp
■Unfin^Wogted^Fancy Cassimeres fflH j^ . . .- \ -W^KB^
with 'all-wool •/ serge .and:^ 111 iw BB '■ : >f "ijßl^B ,Bt« Men's Shield^Ebws. /all-stjie* t«! ail :
400 doz Boys' Knee-Pants, A± 4± - ----- " ";'"'-; ''" '' . : -•-;.'. 7''^.-?':££S?:' --.-:■;--' l.^-^-^.:
■^^nfSaSnff S'^3P : • V Alargbline^fMen'sAlpineHaili^^^^ i^^^^^^^^^M
S^ f^S? fi? ■■ VV brown! lhat.have been f^i^^^fei^^^i^
sell for 50c, for •• Sandlingin the largesalesin Men's gQi| ml;»9^#fi^l!S
; " Hats this week, that sold from $1.00 to 031- E |^kys e n^^all^^||||^
: Alar g e line of Suits for little fellows, -Saturda^o^^^^ B^^^^^^^B
|g«iß^6|p^r;black,an|^^ |^H^:, , ; -|^^^^^^^^^S
stripes, solid -colors - . m** httt? ®^®|l!|lfc^fea^tffiQ3 : -M^M^^S
All Goods Kept in Repair One Year. Strictly One Pf (eg.
THE ROAXOKE BAZAAR A SUCCESS.
: Catholic r,a dies Mlenl ize«l -About
$s,oo©— Two'- Weddings— GeriernliXews
■ ROANOKE, .VA:, November 29.—(Spe
,cial.)—Last night the ladies of " St.": An
;drew's Catholic church y: closed' tjieir,
'bazaar; and '-'f air;?vwhichl had 'Vbeen* in !*prb^
•gress^foKthe^past'? tw6|i;weeks, ; ;vwith^a'
'"grand'tTliXnksgiylng^ll^wh'i^lw^fparjil
;ticipafed|_in"rby. : 'nearlsv a hundred = couples.]
V; TheK bazaar;:, realized 0 from ;; all | ; sources
'about:" ; ss,(^,ewhich|will:;beyexpendedSin^
•furnishings^ for; the' hew!-: churchi ; building,;
twhichtthey^h6pe;tb:completelby; ; Eastfer;t|i
' The' most interesting' feature :■ of s the;
• fairs was a" contest. •,• in oVg a/
;hahdsomefgold " watch :;;between:> Misses"
Pauline * Schulz ' and : Maniie SHarringtohli
It was :-wonCf by • the - latter, she having,
raised nearly. $500. . ' - -
M Tfrß Mcßryde" ? president ; of ; the
■■Polytechnic: lnstitute;! Blacksburg,-. has ar r !
fraiigedfpositively osvith ; the ;v authoritiesibf i
|ttie.|ehkrlestohl : Expbsition}as|to thejsite;
for the Virginia; i:\Polytechnic Institute
camp* next - spring. , -
' The Virginia - Polytechnic Institute
fcadets??! 450 vMn^number, will have for,
Charleston April Ist. , - - ',
SJvTwofmarriagesTiWerj^^fflmirized^n^a^
ff ord^yesteYday?;. E3 G. -rßoberts ; ahd-f Miss
Berta r Marion being the contracting;
eparties^infone'jinstaWce^andiJamesjYulUe
;arid?MisslMattie>Ritter;iri-.the;.9ther. ; ,- '
feHe^i^Branson;Wa^celebrated^rtistgbs
'Knoxvine^.Tenn.lfilsTatißlacksburgrpaJntfi
Fingjl)ivSMcßfyde r s?fpb^traitJon^^
~6t 5 the^lumni •; bf | Southl Car6lina\C6llege}
•a*ndfiUniversity, .'of which M v.t^ presi
•:dent'fro"m"lßß3'-to 1891.
■SilThe^'ljortrait-.will > be: presented, atgtnej
fcentennial ? of:theTgrantingTof£theJ^
r6h'|Decenibef;il9th>?bn the groundsldf|.,tli'ejj
1 Exposition. . |
Sf^ilb'er^Hawley^of^Snbwvjiie, was|.se^i
yesterday by a, -workman:
fdrppplnk'|f^^M? h^'s^.PP ; V?'^S 6^?^^^°^?tll
mew^buUdinig.^'hich^struckfhimSonß^^
lheadland|infiicted^a":painful>wourid.7":t;>J;
• : "A ' company 'is ;being? organized i in ': r i Rad-jj
ford^Vto'; bore \ for oil in Pulaski county.]
gifAmohglthoFe interested n belieyeTthe
•indications ■ Twill. the expenditure'
are !--. P. and T. V $U v nn = ai tl T^i|^
ftftMrs. 1,\7,7.\p. Lettwieh. , wiff of Frank
! -IJeft'wtehj'- ! -!'died^yesterdayx;:at-; her -.home.'
near Mount : Olivet, Bedford county, aged
. Death was <iue to t;onsumplioii. Rhe
jieaves : a>husban(V and ■ eight fhildfen^^g
- CIJUjO 'PATjCLLY^^intNED.^^p
S&TheVchild oL" : 'John ? Parrish, in Bedford;
'county, wet? po badlj-^blirnedl yesterday]
afternoon that it died during the night.
The -mother of the "child was- in th»
yard, and ; the" little our, tr-.^ than 2 years
old,; in- some way caught fire.
Stewart" Everett rsud John Xoell, the
rnegr6os?!Ch'arged^
ger ' train in Bedford county, -on
I'yS'teraayirsentenced^tbTone^^^
thi'-penitenrjary. Noellj^waVifurther^sen^
»tenced" on the of 'attemptingfitoj
set fire to J. C. Perrow's store.' .
i a.i |Helena.ljßedfbr'dS countyrlf
at the 'residence lof f James -^Mitchell, - his
daughter, ]NHss" Fannie, and'liobert Ash
piTliesaftendantstiWerel'ap
Estelle Overstreet •with.'.Mr. . WSHie Prt-s
[toH:"SMlss^ Bessie Mlaekworth vrUh^MiS
Irnih '-■ Mitchell ; Miss ArtJe ; Mitchell -with
Mr Ernest Arthur; Miss: -Martha '-Mitchell'
\ wlth^; Mnv^William : Dowdy ; Miss \ Daisy.
iMartlii^lthlMKtPtey Mitchell. T-WmA
, -The Interest Jn the^coal; oili fand\ gas
businciß Viß-;Rp«»?k« i county, :J»atr«ac*|e||
no^thelrn^capitalists, : which,' ■>fac_i--sls'gat|l
testediby/thejlargeinumb^riofletters^re-;
"cei vedb y esterday^ and \:-, to-day as . ; to "i the?
feasibility;? of investing FmoneySiiv-gthej
iyarioiiss-: enterprises. T,hesei' discoveries
followe^dfbne" another; so;rapidly.JthajtUhe;
: people rwerel hardly.'; awakened >to si tu
ation .before;: they vhad ■•- either/ le'ased; ; .?6p^
tidned, or ; sold their lands to ■prospectors
and 1 speculators. - , ■
t>. The ~Z glass f :'sandt< found;*; t n KoUsh?ut^theK oU sh?ut^the
section- in ithe?greatest?prbfusion^islpro-^
: nbunced:by -experts as ) being: the greatest
■in" the world. '.'-".■
fg Charles ? G^ Smith ? and j^Louiss and | Henry^
Sch^lz/f|RoanokeJ|capitalists;Sh
'Chased:;>nearly,>-;a^^thousand^S acres tof
glass 1 sana* larids."f i Samples JwhicnJ have
>beeh.Wssayed i sh9W{9srpeWce^ti--pur^
obtained ! elsewhere spanned ';but T; only.
SUIT ! AAmJWSS'V^;S/^A^&
Mr.s.ltliule Asks for Relief tit Hen-
S'irico Con nt— Otlieri'Henrico :i:Xe.vr«.*j^
Air. W. PI. BeverWge, •attorney^forj
|Alrs/-R<vinir- Catherine Rhule, • instituted
i suit against the fc?eaboa'rd Air-Line^rail^ 1
S way. exclaim i is j
'.fendant lias taken certainfpropertyjfor ; :j
Irailroad : ;| purposes ;,; belonging | to > Mrs. '
IRhule, and the suit io brought to re- I
?cover,the same. 'I'hf amount of damages!
§iThei- Board -pfr Super vi.sprs of Henricoj
county will convene at tho court-house
oa; Tuesday. Tlie "meetinr will be ih«
s regular meeting f«>r Lhr: month of/vDef ';
lieemberHaildltherduVstib^
f anne^ti'ohTscbeme|^Ul%be£cbnsideredi^«
feThe^peppl.e^df^tfJ^Munty^re^ajUTttost^
fsplidfa^^tl^^^^tionlofQ^lP^^
fof I the ; cbunty; ; toi Richinbiid,^an_df.are i<^-}zl
ling? upon the Board of Supervi ;nr X "not
to-let the matter, go -by default, 'i^^^
.^To-dlWisithef^pt^yJ^up^^rilch^^
taxes due in Henrico county can be paid
the addition of .5. per cs-nt to
iench bill: V Deputy-Treasurer. wJeter£ex£
pects to be busy all <'w,y receipting viorj
taxes from ]■ persons ■ who_ desire to save
disorder "and crime in Henrico county
diiririg the past week. In that, time but
one arrest -has been made! That was
for 1 •<> trifling breach of. the peace. Mi
•"cnumberl of prisoners were .discharged ■
from the jail last week, and'but;twehty£
1 sevens are i confined j there . now.^ff his nisj
under the u^uai nurnlier,xat this season
MSee^r..? t nf * aE!iiouncement''^that^^h,e|
fehlm%o^#t|ii|fi^i^h|i^»agabQu|
to be married, the Washington. Post
paragraph artisan exclaims;
again?'? Of course/ Virginia -always
Ekeeps'avstbckfof- tlie '.'handsomest -giirtj^
DI^TIPRICE> eitensively' : yused>;'and \rre-'\ r re-'
commended Vby.s Dentists for ibver.fortjr
yearsJ ;. Sold reverywhere.^ 25 aents:;:-?;;'
CPOWDER^ 7X
pHiM
TypewrWer
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LiStestTbuch
:«... -,-.5? . ■ ■ ■•-.-■:
P^that-^ saves labor; and does thesa [
I
saved by the)^^ jj
7|KEMiNGTON. ;
REMINGTON STANDARD
(no S-Tu^Tjh&S^t de^i)
PENNYROYAt^IttS
'fjMVIJ.'OOLL tii ' lirti in rC«l<lr C«l<l EMtellia bdxo^snlei S
>< T— 2j®»3P with bint ribboc. Take a* other.' Kcfaao * •
VW «%► *Sl »•!>«««»««• Sub»Ututl<.n« mad ;I«tt«-|
n»»®? B mod "KcUer forljUle^ I ?** fa««or, J>r »•- -|
'^XS^P^tani- Walt vl»tO*».T«««2»etaits Sow br.|
tfMtloa Ihli paper^-S.-; Madlion; Sq aare^" FMU*aW JPi. |
'PAINTS. ;-? J
'^>', J -PURB"IJiS3EE&''oiU"^O^K
'? ■■• " -:• ■ ■■^PAbcTEBS'-'cbLdßß.'^.i-^;-
SrU-ts "."iWholesale'Dru«ilst*;#
St?unToli;^£^oVembe"r;JS ) ri9bl^|
ISBAI^DIB^;jWJC^BBiBECEr^ED^
itlmy^bfficeiupstb^Decemberr^thlfbrlsDpSi
plies i'forJthelqu^te^endihgrMa^Khptttfi
thelfbllowlngfartlcJesSaCOEFßß;!* roasted;^
EclCE,^idliaSSflS/iSUGAR, . TEA, . green/
atndfbiack.- « -
EacharUcle mustiaccompanythe price.
withWbidderts'£i^me^LThe«HospitsalST««
serves, the right to jreject any or all blds. !
ROBERT LEE TRAYLOR
I 'AMVSEXE3IT9.~

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