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The Silk Section replete with the~brig:ht= estand catchiest creations. / ; a Shows To-day for the &!$&" T . "'^rst. time the richest v-r'^JLNy ' ■ wiw "a t^Sj )A few suggestions are given below as to what will lead in the coming season's dress : New Louisines in the New Rainbow, t Moire Velours, in dainty 6ven-.Ef|>. Persian, and Heavy Corded ef-O j ; OK j ing tints, per/yard ...... .... ..^^V sd Foulards, beautiful creations in wcnea .wme, a yara. .. . .... Black and ■ White, and the new Vl^Qf* 27-inch Black Satin Duche3s, £& s;^ Pastel shades, a yard ■ .- V C soft, beautiful quality, the yard, -? vJ V Embroidered Panne Foulards, in - a^ al i n f +\,* most popular street shades, finest i| And hundreds of others, all of the ..:.... $ l I daintiest co nception. The newr spring wearings with a- tantalizing price on e very • 5 '" Black/that is good at all times, rain-proof; and good wear- J " S wlored stuffs haven't been here long enough, to get ac quainted, but there's all the newest patterns and designs that are uitra-stylish for Evening and Street Dress. Follow these prices : Ail-Wool French Albatross, /tT/- Crape Etamine ' soft and %Qc the new spring shades.'per yd. ;-f V. clingy, for the yard. . . ... >JVV b . * . _ 52-inch Spring-Weight Broadcloths, • ;Melrose Suiting, all shades, in striped ever p O p U lar for tailored suits, in the rftects, for spring wear, 50 inch- QO f most desirable shades, per A^^ «s wide, the yard crvj^o yar d. ../........ C?C?(U Silk and Wool Sublime Cloths, one Vigoreaux Melange Suiting, satin- Df the newest spring fabrics, CJ BQ finished, choice spring color- Jjj J EQ jy ar d .. ...... U?l,BCr ings, the yard A|; '' s/V: JIOIfT H.3IOODT-S DEATH. He Wits n- Venerable nn«l Kespectcrt Hanover Citizen. BEAVER J)AM, VA., February .18.— (Special.)— Robert T,. Moody, of Beaver 3 jam Mills. Hanover county, Va., died February ,12, . IDC2, at 9 o'clock A* M., with pneumonia and paralysis. He was "tlie. son of the late .Samuel "Moody. Sr., of this county, and. was born The- Bth of December, 1821. - Therefore,- he had attained the ripe old age of 80 years, 2 months, and 3 days. The deceased- started early in life as mall agent "on the Chesapeake and Ohio railway. -With credit to himself and his employers, he held this position for a number. of years. He ,: married i. Miss Margaret Swift, of Louisa county, when 24 years old, and Until them were born two children—Cap tain William C. Moody, of Clifton Forge, Va,, and Mrs. N orris Isbell, of Hopeful, A'a, . . . After the death of his first wife he v.-as married the second time. Miss Sallie L. Davis, daughter of William T. Davis, of Gordonsville. Va.. being his bride. In tlie: last two years of the "war of Uie sixties he served under Captain Johnson as a brave and" .efficient, spl 3ier. '<■ After the war he. settled down on his farm in this county, whore he made for himself many warm personal friends, who mourn their loss. ■ The deceased was kindhearted and gen rrous to all who knew him. He. was a jn ember of the Beaver Dam Christian 'vhurch. He followed close behind his .ilder brother. Samuel M. Moody, to the. Xr'aye. The latter died on the 2d in stnnt." aged So years. He was one of the oldest men of this, community. The late Robert' Moody leaves a wife, one brother, and two children. MILS.. nEKSHBKRGER, DEAD. A V<-nerMJ»U» It«;«.-i<loiit of Ltiray—Cir rnit Court of l'ase. LUR AY. : VA., February IS.— (Special.)— Mrs. Kliaabeth Her.shberger. widow of 31. P.Hers^berger, of this countj*. died at 31 o'clock last night, at her home two miles south of Luray, aged .86 y.earsV." .A number of c'lildren survive her, r among them Messrs. J. S., D. H., and A. : .33.- : Hershberger,' prominent of this county. ■ : fi Th«>.Februarj' term of the Circuit Court :'or' the county,, adjourned to-day. There •was no business of very great- importance transacted., The damage suit of Clarence Logan ngninst the Page Milling Company, of this placo, for .damages sustained recently \vhile employed in their mill, was; con tinued till the May term of the court. /•Judge Harrison left' here this evening to resume. his duties in the Constitutional Conyentlon. ; | XATXOXAI^ItOADS GATHERIXGS. AkKOclatlon to Meet in Oliarlottes vllle In Mareii— Personal N'oiex. ' CH ARLOTTES\aLLE, ■ VA., February' 3J».— <Speclal.)— The committee of the Clwimber of Commerce liaving In hand the arrangements: for the proposed meeting here of tho National Good Roads Asso ciation on the 19th, 20th, and '_: 2lst /of ; March have procured the necessary .funds and: mado all other, desired- preparations, and it Is now posMiyely announcedrthat this important gathering will take place «n Charlotiesvllle. -Among those expected to speak are .Governor Montague, . Senator ' Daniel, "General John/8., Gordon, G-eneral Joseph "Wheeler, General" Fltzhugh Lee, Senator 1 Senator/ Perkins, Senator Doll iivor.i Senator JHanna, Senator Depew^ ex- ; Becretarj r of • State Olney. > ex-Governor >Z>a\id Rr. Francis, and. otliers. -';. ',"< ' I^Mraj Charles G. Sinclair, of ; the Univer - *!Hy, ;; ;left" to-day, for- Thibedeaux, La., Stalled thither, py a telegram /announcing. |t-hoi serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. -Charles Morvaunt.. Mrs. Morvaunt . was. married l Januar> r 14th. ■ : >/ i ••;■,■ Mrs." Thomas H. Carter '■. is very much i fetter. She is . now . regarded as safely; '/•/: l^ '■■-■■ .■.'.'./. .•"'.' i ;)• . >"''v'- ." Professor E. 3.'Set?.ler, ; : of/ Kewberrjv |flj" .Cv So.*-^students In*- advanced 'lacademic! | work at the Un l versi ty last f session;:, and i:*i»<tuaent In absentia 1 this: session;*- leading ;;io his oV.gree ~of Ph. D..- In "June; and Miss i"Uha IvakeV of the same place, will be.mar ifJed" to-morrow afternoon at ; Xewberry ICollege.- ' ' [y .' /"' \ \ ■-■ ".'■■ ' /.;.,'-' ■ . > ;; r Mr. Setzlert Vwori much \- distinction'' .at . :;lho/ University^ He /was-a"iveryA actlv© slworker; in" the TTashington Literary Socle^ .fiy.^.wJnnlng^' the J orator's^ and t- debater's |ineaalK^ the Joint ~cohte«t;-wlth the Jeffer^' f«mi Society,- and i Uie State intercollegiate: i lie also^id| excellent/work v .for..; % Vtvk KUiiiverßltyr m agasslne, /i^innlng /thlrdv I'jilaee Jn the ehort' story, conipeUtion.:. ■['}''- ;v fc-»IMr./ fifetzler Is now Professor ; of Kngllsji^ iCXilteratur*; at vNewberry^Cplltge^froml twhicli' lie; is;: a blaster of; Arts, and his^ future bride is a graduate with honor from Converse College, S. C. CALLS OX THI3 I'HIDSIDKXT Governor of AVest Virjiinirt 011 T\":iy to Palmetto Exposition. . WASHINGTON. D. C, February IS.— Governor A. B. White, of .West Virginia, called oh President Roosevelt to-day, and to-morrow with twenty-five or thirty members of his staff will go to the Charleston Exposition, to i>e present on West Virginia-Day. —v ; _ ' Liverpool Eank Fmiirf Case. / LONDON, February IS.— When the hearing of the charges against the de fendants in the case of the Bank of Liverpool frauds was. resumed ..to-day, Thomas P. Goudie, the 'accused book keeper of the bank, was placed on the stand as a witness for! the Crown. He told his story substantially as already known, and said James .Manee intro duced himself as an American acquaint ance, with American jockeys, and hence In a position to "spot" winners. The introduction was followed by bets'where by Marks & «Co. won, £20,000 during the first week. Goudie explained that fear of exposure ■ rendered him the easy victim of Mance's wiles. F"" lttiililiiiK- nt St. Louis. ANNAPOLIS, MD., February IS.— The members of both houses of the Maryland Legislature assembled in the hall of the House of Delegates this morning, to hear a delegation from St. Louis, ■ who came to urge an appropriation for the erection of a suitable building by the State of Maryland at- the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition. } A bill was introduced in the Senate ap propriating $100,000 for a State building. llepuiilican Talk on Cn ha. WASHINGTON. D. C. February 18 — Chairman Payne, of the Ways and Means Comisittt-e, to-day.' announced that there would be a conference of the Republi can members of the committee, at 11 A. M. to-morrow, on the subject of Cuban reciprocity. Tteiioniinnted for Con^rrcs». GREENCASTLE, IND., February' IS.— The Republicans of this (the Fifth) con gressional district to-day re-nominated Congressman E. S. Holliday over James S. Barcus. ■'.../ . - ■ . Diviileml of $10,000,000. NEW YORK, February IS.— J. P. Mor gan & Co. to-day A distributed a dividend of $10,000,000 to the members of the syndi cate formed to undei^vrite the United States Steel Corporation. The dividend represents 5 pe r cent, of Jthe 5203,000,000, for which the syndicate. was liable. Miss Alice .Morton a Rvide: NEW YORIv, February IS— Miss Morion, fourth daughter of former Vice- President vMorton, and Winthrop Ruther ford were married in Grace Episcopal church to-day. Rev. Dr. Huntington, rec tor of the church, officiated. The wedding was simple in the ex treme, there being no bridesmaidsand no decorations in the church, except two bouquets of Ascension lilies, that filled the vases on the altar. The ushers were Winthrop Chandler, Eger'ton Winthrop, Jr., J. Borden Harriman, -William R. Travers, ajid Herman Duryea. . ■ Acoult'iit ; to the . .JJjtoliins. - PENSACOLA. FLA., February. IS.— The United States gunboat Machias sailed this evening to join the North Atlantic squad ron. In approaching the coal-docks at the navy-yard, yesterday aifternoon 'the Machias was: .caught by a swell 'and driven with such violence against the •docks that one of her plates" was loosen ed, and she sprang aleak, but this proved to be not as serious as at .first 'thought,/ and the damage;- was quickly repaired,; enablingher to sailias' soon as she filled her bunkers with; coal. - : Petlernl ltiiilcliiiK' '■'. for Xew .Orlcnim. .'WASHINGTON, D. C. February IS.— Senator Scott, from 'the -Senate Commit-, U:e on Public Buildings, to-day "reported favorably the bill authorizing the con struction of a public buiiuing at New Or leans, at a limit of cost of $1;250,000. , I.eSiiEjli llaNe-llall In tlie .Swizili. PA., February; IS.— The Lehigh University, b%se<-brll -schedule' lor 'the coming seasov} isJcludis the follow ing:; - '..>."-,■■-.'■ ■/. • /..:,";■■,■, ..- ' ;.;" ./ March* 27th- and 28th— University, of Vir ginia, at Charlottesville. . • . March 31st and: -April list— University of • North" i Calrolina, at Salem and. Chapel Hill, respectively. April 2d— Trinity College, at Durham,: n.;c: .; " _..'..,-•, .-• . ■ "-, • - / /■lee Mnnnfnctnrer.s In'Conventioii. =*.TAMPAvi ,v FLA); ":■'.. February; ";-. IS.— Nearly one ; hundred : ice-nianuf acturers : from the South, J ; :^iembers-of'the Southern 1 Ice Ex- change,-met in .'annual i convention •at the : .Tnmpav;Bay/;Ho"tel; heres to-night. For their^ entertainment- a: steamer excursion" to'-;thetManatee ; river has. been axrangeai for to-morrow.; The annual | banquet 1 will: be i given .to-morrow night.. With. E.W.i Codington'rtoast-maffter.r- - /' :-' : c' .// ■■-•■";-: t :- The ■ marriage.^ last atthc^Mtf-! 'soiiic :: Temple of /Miss ; ;F:inni6/ MHtel dorfer and'Alr." Eugene; Constme was. one .bi" the moat -brilliant events of •"•the sta son. The - ceremony- : was .; performed: :in the: l«mg/: halt aOjomiug: the : - iJaU-rooru, which Cwas ; - coycxed /white crash. /Palms were placed "l'rom the ai.«le •across to trie corners lot1 ot the hall, a.t/tne end of ,wmcn w'ns bankedVa "mass", of- paims, inter spersed ."with lighted -candfelaDi a. iie hindf; the palms- Reinhardt's Orchestra discoursed. sweet "music.dunng the eve ning.: An improvised '.: altar was erecttd be/ore which :the/young^ouple;-l'lighi.ed their troth,-;. Rabbi ;E. : N. Caiiseh -o.n ciatinif.' v.■ ' : ' ■; - . . . -.; . The bridal rwtrty entered in the follow ing order:: The/ ushers. Mess«^. Milton Strause.r Henry S. Hutzler... Monroe; Levy, aridvWihiam: Swabacher, of-_ Louisville, Ky. followed by Mrs. ,-Meno .Mitt^u.-rur and Miss Bertie Conatine, /attired/ in dainty gowns of white, and .carry ing bou quets of La France roses, .tied v.-iih tulle. Then the bride, handsomely; gowned in a creation of ' panne crepe, trimmed with real lace and chiffon/wearing ».*££-, tulle veil, and carrying a white^kid Bib c; accompanied by her father -Mr.. David Mitteldorfer.v At the. altar, she : was met by: the -groom, /with his bes t,m an. Mr. Albert Wise. . At the conclude ■ of_ t ceremony Mr. Constine . and passed into the long ball-room^aml stood directly in front, of the st age, where tno received- .the ..: cnngratulaUoiia : . of ■-. the r many friends: After the reception, mv. and Mr" Constine .left, on .an .extended northeS t6ur, which will include . W ash- SStpn New York, 'and Baltimore. "Among the out-of-town^ gxiests ™ «££ and Airs Eugene Constine, ;.of . \> mtes. barrel Pa., parentsof the groom « William Swabacher, of i^« is^ 11 f f ',^V h . is a popular young bu,l, ness man of Wilkesbarre. J n . ' Thpßcv E -T. VelUord, ' pastor of thi FIS? Presbyterian church in^ewr Srt^s P and\hesonof i; ru«lge^- P M^ t SulS S S^ord^lleave^i 3 R o to Algiers.. Naples. Rome, Egypt.^and the Holy- Land, taking in many inter vening points of.. interest:. Mr. an. Mrs Wc-llfonl ' will be absent for .several months, spending about thirty day? in Palestine. * . ** * ' ■V called mooting of the Board. of Man agers of' the Home for Needy Confederate Women was held yesterday afterhooivat the residence of Mrs. A. J. Pyle.^ ihe ladies are highly /gratified at the. returns which are continuing to come in from the proceeds of their recent entertain ment. The. total has already reached the sum of s:>00. and all the tickets have not been turned, in. The- meeting was presided over by Mrs. Nelson Powell. Among those present were Mrs. A. .T. Pyle. Mrs Alice M.. Roddy. Mrs. D. M. Burgess. Mrs. Nelson Powell, and Mrs. L. O. Miller. * * * Dr. W. H. O.- MeGehee. the organist and director of Grace Episcopal chm-eh. is planning "An Evening With the Choir for Easter, week. The choir ~ has been augmented recently, and numbers near ly fifty members.- who, under the efficient fi'rector, are singing, music of a; very high order. Last year a musical evening was "given."' and proved such a success that it has become an annual feature. Among those who ' will take, part are Mrs. W. H. O. MeGehee. the leading soprano; Miss Lily Urquhart. Mrs. Evan R. Chesterman. Miss Mabel Mcßain, and Miss Frances Diggs. *.. * * ■ « Miss Estelle Shepperson, of No. 40S north Eighth street, and Mr. W. R. Wagener left Monday for Washington, where they were married. They, were expected home last evening., and .will re side at No. 415 north Eighth street. Mr. Wagener. is a valued employee of R. H. Hardesty & .Co. ■ . * .- •* Professor. Boatwright,'. of Richmond College, -gave a very elegant luncheon yesterday in honor of . . Dr. Henry Van Dyke. The members of the faculty and a number of the prominent men of the city were present. ■ . St. James Junior Epworth League will give an entertainment to the members and their friends on Friday night at S o'clock^ in the- basement of the church. The programme consists of music, both BRfllH FOOD I* of .Little Benefit Unless. Hi., blKresited.' Nearly every one will/admit that as a nation we eat ■ too much, meat and too little 'of vegetables and the grains. For business-men, office men and clerks, and, In fact, every one engaged in seden tary or indoor .occupations, grains, milk, and vegetables are much. more healthful. Only men ■ engaged in a severe, out door manual labor can live on a heavy meat diet and continue in health. As a general rule, meat once a day is sullicioiu- ior all classes of men, women, and children, and grains, rruit, and vege tables should consiiiuie the bulk of food caiL-n. . .. . ■'" _ - But many of . the most nutritous foods are diftieult of digc-stion, and. it is : of no use to advise brain- workers "to cat largely of "grains and vegetables where the diyea tionis too weak to assimilate them pro perly/. /-■ : " y ', ■ ' ' ■,-;■ . ' '. " ■> - ' ' It is. always best to get "the best results from our food; that some simple and harmless digestive should be tak«.n after meals to' assist the. relaxed i dikestive organs, and several years' experience have proven Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets to be a very safe, "pleasant,, and: effect ive digestive, and a remedy _ which may be taken daily with. the. best results. , Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can. hardly be called a patent medicine,; as •.they, do not act" on the bowels nor any particular .organ, but only on the food "eaten. They supply, what, weak lack— pepsin diastase— and by/stimulating- the gastric "glands -increase the natural ; secretion of .hydrochloric- acid.; 7 . . -^"/ i People who make -a daily practice /of taking one^or two of Stuarts-D yspepsia Tablets after .each meal , are : s lire . to have perfect digestion, which means perfect health. - '"■ , ; There Is no danger "of forming an lnju rious- luibit, -as the- tablets'contaih'abso-' lutcly nothing, .but / natural f ' digestives;' cocaine,:/ morphine; .and ..similar drugs have "no ;• place- • in/a/ stomach - 'medicine,' and Stuart's, Dyspepsia .Tablets -are cer tainly the .best 5 known * arid : most popular of all stomach ;; v remedios. > •'•'. •'■; ■■■" ■ . •■■".• v /Ask your/ druggistv: for- a no-cent pack ago of Stuart'al pys'pepsiavTablets.varid after av/eek's use; note the. improvement iu 'health:; aiDotite^arid^heryousienergy.: la of the^gfea,tc3t*[ importance.;; This; is the most critical -season ; - of ; the : year; from a 'health standpoint.;/;- :■/ ': >It is ihe time wh^en you imperatively need llood's Sarsaparilla. "-' -_ It^-yriil giyeXyou/a^gooci^appetite;: purify, and enrich" your /Wood,.- build; up and steady- your nciTeß,;oVercom6 ;that tired feeling,;; giv^^mentad^and cligestive stre'ngth"^ inf eliortj' will vitali 7.0 your ; Trhole being, and put you in perfect 'health. / : ~ Don't delay. taking' it. "■ 1 ; . Don't, experiment with others/" Get that which trial and; test haveprpved the best-^- - ~ r ~ BSSt for Spring - "I -have >taken Hood's Sarsaparilla when needed for several years and /would riot be without it in the ■house. It ia an' excellent medicine and I heartily recommend its use inthe spring and fit any time when a' blood purifier arid tonic ; is " needed." > /^f rs. F. M. Foote, 21 Irving Place, Pa3saic, N. J. ;- Spring Fever— "l have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for my spring medicine" /for years and have" always found it reliable and giving perfect- satisfaction. In the spring it takes away that tired feeling ; or spring fever,, gives energy and puts the blood in good condition!'^ Miss Effie CoLONKE, 1535 lOtb Street, N.W., Washing-, ton. D.C. - // - .; ' -•"•-- vocal and instrumental, .recitations, and tableaux. • • • ■ % . » t * .-■ ■-•'; .'- /:.-■- •-•/ .: ' Mrs. -C. A. Felvey will leave to-day for Sidney Australia. She will be ac companied by her children, and. will leav« over, the . Southern for. San ; Francisco, whence they will . sail. Dr. William E. Evans, of the Monu mental church; "l has been invited.: to preach at St. Luke's church, in Norfolk, one evening next week, . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thalhimer will celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage to-morrow evening at No. 4C4 east "Clay street. . .... ,■ " * * * " ' - - ' . Miss Lei ia Pearle Collawn. of New London, Caroline. county, is the guest of Miss Annye D. Major, of this city. Miss' Margaret Wilson, -of Norfolk, is visiting Miss. Julia Bidgdod, No. S2O west' Grace street. . " " r ■-■■-*■- .~: #-- :/ ■ • - . Misses Elizabeth .and Norton Taylor,; of Mount Airy, Va., are the guests of Mrs. Crump. » : *. * , ■•;•;•■ Miss Alice ,M. .Reddy is .in' New York city, visititng:relatives;. Miss Reddy has been the- recipient of much flattering at tention during her stay. Miss Mary, Bernard, Vho - has been staying at Miss Mary Fulton's, has re turned to her -home, in Petersburg. : - / ■■' * . • - : - ': ' Mrs. R. T. Hunter and Mrs. G. G. .Gooch, who left Monday, to .attend the Conti nental Congress, Daughters. of the-Ameri can Revolution; "in Washington,'' are'plea santly located at The Fairfax, in that city. They were present 'at -the. 0-pening."ses sion of the congress Monday -evening. '■ ■ *** ,■ - ' ■:/ ■. '-''■'.-. ■ ' The ■■ annual meetintr of The Peterkin Memorial Association, will be held at the residence of ; ; Mr.- William K. Sheppard to-day at noon. All • members of the association are urged to be present.. .* *~ * " ' : -:-. '■ ■'■- Mrs". J. T. Riogers, who had the mis fortune of being burned out at No. 1117 Grove avenue, "is now . spending a few days with Mrs. :.W..;R.:: .W..;R.: Phillips at. No. G east Main street. / ' . " ;. .'." :'.-....: '.-... . ..'. '.. '-' -' : " .- "'-■* ••" - ' M.rs. Oliver' Flippeu, of Cumberland county, ~Va., as -the guest of Sirs.-: James A. Moncure' at- No. 201 east 'Franklin street. - : -. .. .*." x ..*..-'. _ : . . . . . .- Miss Bella Walford "is. fhe guest' of Miss Vinnie Emerick,-of: Chesterfield. ,- — ... .. -,* a • . "/ JV : ".//'//■. , ;' '••■;. Mrs. William Warner Moore,;. who >has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Buiiing ham,.. for the past week, left yesterday for her home-in^Erie,v.Pa.- She- will stop en route in Washington, D.- C. Transfers ■ of Property. v : : '• In Richmond: -S. T. Beveridge and". wife to N. S. Turnbull, ; trustee, 25 4-12 feet on west side of Eighth street,- No. 112, north, ?3,000. .; . ' ■ .; : •■ •.-." :'- ■ • Thomas H. Cary's to Thomas --H. Collier, 25 feet, on-west.side^of.. Belvidere street, between Albemarle and Scrings streets, $750. , . .. • Home Building Company., to. E.^B.,Syd nor, "29 4-12 feet- on south side of "Leigh street, between Thirteenth and Four teenth streets, $680. ■ ■/-,; / -"Jpi James H. ' Holmes's trustee' to Mary Belle Holmes, 33 feet on north -side of Preston street, northwest corner, of Fourth street," $1,075. T : .:' '. Jamas T. Sloan to John G-.-. Dew,"; 23 9-12 feet on east, side of .Brown street, ISO feet east of Fourteenth street, $475. In Henrico: Leake and Felthaus,' re ceivers, to Mamie M. Smith, 60 feet: on the south side •of Cary / street, 116 feet west of Temple 'street, §1,030. Louis F. Meyer to Mary Eliza Meyer, stock of /groceries, provisions, tobacco, etc., , in house No. 2000 west Leigh street,. §152.G0. '. '■ ' . !-■'. TJjo "VVeatlier iii 'Jannary. ■■; X The monthly edition of the Climate and j Crop Service, the 'official organ ■". of .the I Virginia section of the Weather Bureau, I has been issued. . Tire periodical, shov.-s j ahat/the maximum temperature for tne State during January was . 69 degrees at I Petersburg on the > lltlv and the lowest |U degrees at StanardsviUe .the: 3lst. The j average precipitation, for the • State /was i 2.SS inches. The greatest monthly pre cipitation, was' at Big -Stone;- Gap— 4.S7 inches— and; the -least. atV-Wytheville— 1.90 I inches. The greatest in ■ twenty- four hours at Sfephens City,, on the 2Lst-22d. The Penitentiary. Coniniission. : "The Penitentiary Commission failed to secure a quorum, consequently no meeting was held yesterday afternoon.;; Dr./.Le Ca'tb and Mr. Kg;gieston were present. Air. Newhouse~ was expectea;iater in the evening. ; , ■ - - :■' ■ -. ' "/ , . , The •-..Trial of Rainsny. : = : ■"- ;. ; r TAPPAHANXOCK, VA., February. IS.— (Special.)— lnterest in .the Ramsey •murder trial, which is now -in progress here, con tinues unabated. All or to-day.;was.con sumed , in ■ tne ■; exajnJnation of,, witnesses.* None of the' witnesses 7 "for the -defence' have been put on the stand, y. ';. .;■■'. ,■■: '; ,•'.'"' ■:' It Is /not^proijable^ thaf'-the case- .will be argued t>etor&:, < riiursaay"arterncK)n/:^; cThere .is.'a-good deal or cbnnietingr;te's~. timony thus rfar.XTlie."; prisoner -is :■'. cool, self-possessed; v ari<ifapparently ; indifferent. :.. V Po.stinastert»lslps Confirmed. WASHINGTON, - D. C. February - 18.— Conflfraations^by;. the" Senate: : . : Knoxville;<^ - ' No f ;th » ■ Carol i na^rTyr e T- Gl en n , '■• .-'? Gr e ens-? boro' ; i. : J.-^ H.t>.Ramsay, : / Salisbury ;;;J.'iF^ \yray,Jßei^sS^iie;"'J. ; w:> Clong-.V^ States-" Tillei.E. L.;.\Vare, Kind's Mountain. ' • rfelf'v -*- lIMMMTER AND j[ I -CHESTERFIELD I' ;^ ; A"? : -'doiible-tenament T ;• frame ; '"dwelling ;house nin ; Marxsadditiqn;Snear /the Jiresi derice of : Mr. .Horn'er, : : occupied 'by: "colored familiea, -;tobk':fir'e:;yestertJay - morning and; was -burned rto ;the; ground. - . ; It ;is ; not known/ how' the nre/istarted— only /two "smallpchildreni'beirig in : fhe house =at :the, time-^but?sq 'rapidly,; did it burn thatHh*ey., camoheari:perishing. : iny the -flames. /The Mariches ter : Fi re ;Departm eri t - was no tified ; ■but, -of ; course, "could 1 not ; respond, ■] the fire being out* of -their, limit; .-;-!*. "-. . / '.: ■■-*? '■".- SUNDAJY-SCHOOL. ASSOCIATION. ; V - ; The .Union Sunday-School Association of .'Manchester', will' meet 'Sunday afternoon in Cowardin-Avenue : Christian church. The. association: meets fpr the purpose. of formulating; plans of procedure that ; : will recxir ;tq ; the ■ goo-d of , 'each and' every- Sun-, day/ school ! in ; the \ city." It is "j the Inten-' ;tion;-;of-;the: members of the/ association to wage , an aggressive campaign, among tho ■ non-Sunday-school-attending ' girls and boys of the. city. -. ; r '•.silA£l>-POX' CLOSES SCHOOL. . Two -of three cases of small-pox have developed in' the vicinity of the Swans boro'"-Graded Public School,^ and it "has been thought best to closed the school until : they /can be removed to the pest-, house. On, account : of ; tho very ■ inclementincl'em ent weather, the attendance during the past few days has ;not been up. to the average, _ and the ; temporary closing of the : school will not affnei the school's class-standing. It is thquerht that the Boavd of Health, will see that the cases are removd to the pest-ftonse to-day.. and the rschqol will/resume Its sessions the later 'part' of ■-the- Week/ . ,- R-ANDi P. OFFICES. MOVED. . :."• The '.Richmond and Petersburg electric line is preparing -to transfer- their general offices- from No. 1 12 south. Ninth street, Richmond,";' to- the vacant brick building at "Hull street \ and. the/ turnpike. .The lower, floor of the building will be : fitted upTas a waiting-room, 'while the second floor; will be used as offices for ticket ag"ehts.and tho. superintendents. • The . V'booster" at Bellewood has been transferred to ■ this end' of the line, it being thought 'that better results ■ may thus -be. obtained. " '. -r ■■■':' : ■ , /The two-hour schedulers still in effect arid three cars are being run. Traffic con tinues .quite heavy. '.". .'■...' / BRIEF MENTION. ■ / - City-Engineer Llpscomb had a., force of . hainds at work on Hull street yester day opening- "up the gutters. .„ In the Police Court yesterday six negro boys were fined $1 each for throwing rocks at thehouse of John Baker. Sam Wooten (colored) was. assessed $2.50 for firing a gun In the street. Lem Boon alias Allie Walden (colored) will be arraigned; In the Police Court this morning, • charged with assaulting and beating hi 3 mother. v It is expected - that a meeting of the City Central", Committee will soon be>held to decide 1 ; upon the date of the primary. Mr. T. H. Betty, manager of the Rich mond ;Woqd-"Working i . Company, ' has re turned from a-busiriess trip to New York city andwßuffalo. AMT7SEMEXTS. Popiilar with the People. ORIGIKALHERMAKN THE GBE&T CO. : MATINEE AND NIGHT TO-DAY., Full of Features. SEE THE CYCLE WHIRL! fe iB-5t :•". . JSeSDEIVIV, MONDAY MIGHT, FEBRUARY £4, FLORODORA, : THE -MERRY MUSICAL COMEDY , - ' SUCCESS, - ~ ~ : : From the New York Casino. . Prices, 50c. to $2. Sale of seats. this morn ing. All seats reserved on order must be called for by Saturday. . fe 19-it A^ADFMY TO-NIGHT: AND 'ilWiil/JLITI I- TO-MORROW. MATINEE TO-MORROW. MTHiraE KIOBEB, : ':■■■ '.llQitrpiTCHEßii ■ : Pr irp c • Ni s ht » 2 5c- to §1.50. . riltwo, Matinee, 25c. to $1. . fe 19-it ■'■ : ■;■: : . 'Tb'e : \Confederai9'-;'M.us3iiin' - -TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS, Open uaiiy Irom a A. M. to 6 J?. M. Admission, .25 cents. Free on Saturday* ,da l&-ly, ' - . . .■ ' ■ ": /. ■: THEVALENTINEMUStUM ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. ; .Open aaliy from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M.~ Admission. 25 cents. s>ee on Saturdays.. PLIT3IIJIXG, GAS-FI r I*TIIVG, &c. TIXXIXG, PIAJIHBIXG, GAS-FiT"fIXG, AND HEATIXG APPARATUS. ; ;tHE :PHILLIPS-ROGERS : COMPAiN X , No." :81S east Broad street . (the managers of which are. W. AJ Phillips, J.H. C. Walker,- and David ; -Kuiniry, who were with- Mr. John Bowers for twenty-five years',, and ; are. practical V woi-Kmen)-" • is prepared" to do : all : kinds of work, in Plumbing,. Tinning, and Gas-Fitting in the best and cheapest manner. The com pany also : has - Slate - Mantelsi Latrohe, and other Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces fdrT sale.,' ■ ' : / ' . ■■ . ' ' ■' /They make- a specialty in all Heating Apparatus, and : ask for : the patronage \of those r for whom they worked when em ployed by -Mr. John Bowers. : / , ■ ' .THE PHILLIPS^ROGERS COMPANY. Richmond, Va., February, 12, IDJ2. .: ' ; . "■■■ ' / -; ■; .- -; fe !2&-19-2t ■'■ jr. ;.av. sargext. : / FINE SANITARY) PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT-WATER HEATING - .620 EAST-MAIN STREET. ■ - /Old 'pnone^lST.' ' ; : ja 21-26t . :"■■. PERSOXAI/. ;•-. ■ ■;■■ "-_. .; : : Richmond,.Va.;:February IS. 1902. -- lb MU. lil'PS IX iJAHAKST-f J :■• Having i seen . a . card , in your paper of . the ;14th ■ instant, ■ signed by. Mr. Claiborne . Epps,* ■ in . which jhe ; states ■; his : intentions of . retaining ■ one; ; of my deputies *■ in his : present:position if (Epps) -is elected City/ Sergeant;* if .has < occurred .to me ito be a? :iittle> remarkable", that Mr. ' Epps should. ;nc!t, after .two years of social as sociation -with our people" have -friends enough '; to ,-,' fill : the ;: positions j of : deputies - . and.-./ in 1 ' justice; to -my deputy (Captain' : .Chamberlayne),..l , deem " r it .proper- -to -say that :Mr. (Epps's jgenerosity is wholly-un sought and by no: means appreciated -The Captain \will. be .found/linking; his V for tunes-with." mine, Jand; wo will : both con tinue-to-stand;together,.regardless 6t re sults.-- If k Mr: : ; Epps ; - has - not : friends: :enoughof his^own-to dolthedutyiat Jthe^ city V jail, he will ;" certalinly. ' be i short " : on' election ;day. ¥ '.;-■' -.--. ;■ r;-_ ■-.-. ]■:-:■ -- • ■ .-.•;; ... ;;-.- ,; :^Respectfully, o. ; v :; ; ■: -. : frjfe-l^-lt^ ,_■_ -JAMES C._ SMITH. :' :; ; RHEUMATISM^ "NEURA3L.GIA *? L.UM-: bago,? : Backache;- .Toothache.' : and ■£. other'; aches i have no > terrors'? t orJ IZ4.RRABEE' 3 '- niNiarENT.^ QuickiJrellef;KTry SitSfree/^ Sample is mailed ffon y request^ CARROLL TON£CHEMICAL'ICOMPANY*BaItimore:: Druggists ?sell :i^;: ■-,:;?,/ •■ , -feß-Sat,Sun&Wls6t -b jS Old,; papers' : ■ for : ; sale ' '• at 'M tho ;■ Disp&tcli APCTIOy^SALES^g^IUjB^II. TAXESIPOB iTHBTcUH HENT \CALENy, Baß^ear^rb-Ito^bb|p^d^prP/ rata : by thd rvendor and ;the " * * - By J. Thompson Brown & Co., 1113 Main street. .A-UCTION SALE jOL • OF Yalua^le West-End Property, STORES ANI) DWELLINGS, , AisJD Suburban Cottages & Tracts, To Divide an Estate. We will sell at public auction, on the premises. / ' . . s ■. : • ■ ; WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10TH. , -- ■ .AT 4::3O P. M.: ' I. THREE-SrOKi: \ BRICK * STOKJ9 AND DWELLING ati northwest comer, Ashland and Washington street/ known us TERRY'S HALL, with complete BAB AND GROCERY FIXTURES, in / which isjnow conducted a profltabl* business. The" second story' is well-fitted for a fam ily residence, and the third floor "a com modious . LODGE-ROOM. * It is consider ed the BESTv STAND : in the, COUNTY, and thas: city gas and water on:each floor, 11. FRAME STORE AND DWE LL ING adjoining the above; 3 rooms; I^t 42 feet front,, with stables and other im provements thereon., v. ......... -..,.--. AT - p _ M Hi; THREE DWELLINGS and TWO STORY CORNER. STORE at northf:ust corner. Washingtoniand. Blair street. The property is new and ~ in : good order. The du-ellings contain' 3 rooms- each, and the corner store 5 rooms, and is occupied by good-paying .tenants. Will separate, lif desired. ■ I - AT 5:30 P. M. rv. TWO-STORY FRAME DWE LIN ING, 3 rooms and Lot- 30 feet ;front. being No. 1518 Winder. ; street. Then, on. the premises. . . ' . ' . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY £OTH. AT 4:30 P. M.: HIGHLAND SPRINGS PROPERTY. T. FRAME COTTAGE. AND 3 ACRES LAND, on Oren's Lane, on Seven-Pines .Electric Road, 1 3 miles- from city. occu pied by Mr.- John: Stralth. "." House con tains 3 rooms, nearly new. and in gcod: order. • . • a - AT "5 P. M. . TI.. - NEW DWELLING. 6 ROOMS, being the first, house in- HIGHLAND SPRING?. Large Lot. 100x365 feet;, fine bricked ove'l. outbuildings . &c.;' now readi* for occu ?nncy. ¥.:' . - ■ » - • .The above pronertv is well worth the attention "of HOME-SEEKERS 1 AND SPECULATORS. As it ML'ST BE SOLD to divide up, bargains can be expected. Terms: Easy, and announced at sale. , .7. TPIOM PSON ..BROWN & CO.. V fe-13-td . . . .-. Auctioneers. • By the Valentine Auction Company, / ■*. '■-•".'.;. Auctfonpors. . • \T7"£.WILL SELL AT pOR.AUC- H TION WAREROOM S, NO. 0 J 2 EAST Broad street. TO-DAY, FEBRUARY I9th. commencing at 10:30 o'clock, t> Good Chamber Suits. 3 Wardrobes, 5 Side boards. 6 Hatracks, 3 Extension Tables. 1 Fine Solid-Brass Bed; < several Fine Iron Enamelled Beds, with handsome brass trimmings; 10 Good, New Husk Mattresses; 1 Fine Hair Mattress (new), Centre Tables. Folding-Bed, 100 New Pic tures, 20 Handsome Rug?, 10 Fine All- Wool and Union Druggets, Carpets, 10 Mantel and . Pier .V Tors, Cane-Seat Chairs. f Walnut Dining-Room Chairs. 10 Cobbler-Seat and other Rockers. 3 Odd Dressers and Washstands. Sinsrle -Bed steads antl Couches, S Baby-Carriage3 and Go-Carts, Singer Sewing-Machine, Cooking- and Hea.ting-Stoves, &c. The above goods will; be sold regardless of cost; ■as we 'must make room for :other large consignments. '■• / THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO., felD; . ; / ' ■"- Auctioneers. SPECIAL. IVOTICES. 208 )% Fifth Street, RICHMOND, VA. Make about 20 per cent, by having your pa pering and decorating done by us. Mail orders solicited for oat of town work, or we will sell you the goods and tell you how to hang them. WALL PAPER, BURLAP, LINCRUS TA, WALTON, PLATE SAILS, ; COVE MOULDINGS, ETC. - • (Je 28— Sun & W ts.) FUEL IS THE CITY. CLOVER HILL COAL, for grates, at $-1.50 per ton. % . OUR DOMESTIC COKE, for stoves, at 53 per load. . Would be pleased to sell ANTHRACITE, SPLINT, and FIRECREEK COAL. Also, OAK and PINE WOOD. SAMUEL H. COTTRELL & SON, Harrison and Broad and 806 east Broad ■ streets. ;; jal9-ts JOriN/A. WATERS «t CO. ENGINES. BOILERS, GENERAL MA CHINERY, AND MINING O UTFITS. Office, Repair- Works, and Storage-Rooms 13V-i AND 17% S. EIGHTH STREET ' RICHMOND, VA. - Warehouse and Factory, Manchester, Va. AGENTS FOR, ERIE ENGINE-WORKS. Sectional Asbestos and Brine Pipe Covering, Mineral "Wool, Boiler Cement' &c. . ESTIMATES FURNISHED. . PLANTS INSTALLED SECOND-HAND MACHINERY fe2 / BOUGHT AND SOLD. HIGH PRICE PAID FOB /LOST COAi. WE AGREE TO PAY TWO DOLLARS per pound for ev^ry. pound found short when our coal is weighed on the city scales. Our coal is the best mined, and we attend strictly to the weighing. We do not know what others do, but we guarantee' to give you quality and quan tity, independent of combines. E. P. MURPHY & SON, Old 'phone 319. .1 New 'phones 70S-742.-. . /. ,2 north Twenty-first street. 0c25 - * . UO3 west Broad. LEGAL NOTICES. .VIRGINIA— T^ THE CORPCSRATION 1 OR HUSTIK.GS COURT OF THE CIT T OF MANCHESTER, THE 2STH DAY OF JANUARY, 1902: A. C. Knowles,. ......: ...Plaintiff, : against : F. H. Fitzgerald and Emma L. Fitzgerald, ........ .". ... ... .... .Defendants, IN CHANCERY. The object of this suit is to recover of F. H. Fitzgerald at least the sum of $5,445, with lawful ' interest -thereon,- for a debt: due trom. him to the -said plaintiff, "A. C.'Knowles, on. account of tRe misai> propriation: of moneys, aggregating at least the above amount, intrusted to him by .the-.said A. C. Knowles ; ; to have .de clared nulland void adeed of conveyance from said F: H. Fitzgerald to Emma" Li Fitzgerald dated January "10. 1902, and recorded: in the .Clerk's - office: of the Hustings Court of the city: of TManches^ ttr, Deed-Book; 22, : page:-393;^t0 have the property thereby conveyed,~ and any other real :' or personal '- property* of : said F. H. Fitzgerald, sold - and -applied to the pay ment of the 'above-mentioned < debt.; ; ' r -And, itappearing- tojthe.Court' that af fidavit: has been^made by.' the" said A. : C. Knowles that, to -the best" of his- know ledge andvbelief -the said J F. H.Fitzgera ld is^notJa President: of .this; Slate, -and that due : diligence ! has ;been"; used ~ by "said A.' C. r Knowles tojlocate the said F.- H. Fitzgerald, If,;ls'-ordered 2that the /said defendant do appear jyithin ;fif teen days after.Jduerpublic'ation !6f "this" order; and do whatiis necessary, to protect hl3 in terest. '-■■■■>• : -:'- .'■■■■'■ ' y '---.- :■" - :; =/.■.".•■": ?-.■■ . A-copy- Tester H." E. DU -VAL. v ■ -H; -W. Anderson,'/ p. q.; / : 'Clerk. i :■':.-■ -:':.;;:::/.:'.. ,'./ / - / : - ja 29-WMt r ; g(a^ CHICHESTCR'S CNQUSH.: : rB - iJ/C^^v;* : - *-- f ° : * j-j -~ r Orif taol And Only O<6Huljiflb*~~'^ AM &sßk tot OaiClX ESTER'S- KXGLISH : -iJk?^^ «£3 7.. 1Ux Wcl *»**«• T»k« no other: Refute : .T*7:«^.«^l'anjE«r»»Bii ftabftllattooa unJ Imlt»- If/ i; •~~~tj}- tloa«.:Bttj of joar DrasjUt. or *eml-lc. la v \ Jr *3 ■ «*»P« «»r Particulars, IW.lmonlala % V iff* ~" : ~'fr T:-. •** "Relief for ladle*," m J-i;«r. by p« .-\*~^_: A *■•■" turn Mall.- 10.000 Tsxitaontal*. ; ; M\\ by Tr/ *• »n Druggttu. - <.'h!«h*»tcr Chemical C»., Katln this p»r^ ■■ ■ Mr! 1 -- < ;; — i~i— . ■; Mif 1 1..\- y±i ? ESTArf/ :^ : soE^rn TAXES IFOR THJE CURFtE^ITCALS* DAR YEAR AP.B TO R"R PAID pp'r ;Ra^a- ? bx'thb /vent>6r and th'k /VENDEE.'' '- ;"... -.: ; -By'J.'Thomps'on Brown'& Co /Real Estate Agents ;ahd Auctioneers ::. .: 1113 Main street. ""''"'' ; MD-W!MTER AUCTiOH SAL? ;'"/.'■ '. ' OF.AN '"'■ '■-" : ENTIRE PLANT, 158x105. Large and Substantial Brick Improvements, - Unusual Railroad Facilities. ■•.••SEVENTEENTH AND WIE.LIA.MS V STREETS. FORMERL.T 'OCCUPIED BY THK SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS. We will sell at .public auction, on th* premises, Wednesday, February 2Sfh, 1302, at 4::W P. yj r THE ABOVE EXCEEDLN-GLV DP: /. SIRABL.E ' "Manufacturing Plant. The .improvements afe a JLarKe Thre<;- Story, Very Substantial Factory; On»- Story Brick Warehouse; Larsce am! Ex. tensive. Sheds. . covering nearly the entire lot. Chesapeake and Ohio railway and Seaboard "Air-Line,, and- Kiectric Line ac the property, and can be put inside tn* property, if desired. Adjacent ground ca>.i be acquired, if needed. This .property .is c'omp.irativ^ly new and must be seen to be appreciated. of the property is rt-ii.tesud ,at any .time prior- to and <>n the day <>f salr. : . TERMS: One fourth cash; balance in one. two. and three yearr. interest adcieil. and secured on the property, or all cash, at 'option of the purchaser. J. THOMPSON BROWN Sc CO.. fe 18 >/ ■ Auctioncoi'3. POR REST, : FOR RENT. UNEXPIRED LEASE, EIGHT ROOMS. New Dwelling- on Park avenue. In elegant order. Present lease can hf exteiuitVi. Carpets '■■■'.■and /other ■ ■household proporty will be sold at a sacrifice. Wl LLLUI B. PIZZINJ. C 0 111' ANT, ' felS-3t Tenth and Bans streets. ~> FOR IIE.NT." A FLAT OF FOUR OR FEVE ROOMS, with bath, centrally located. Address P., Dispatch office. fe i?-2t - FOR KENT. NEAT; CLEAN. COMMODIOUS COM partments for storage of Furniture oi other light articles. Reasonable terms. RICHMOND STO RAG E COMPANY. : /No. S-10-n south Ninth street. ■ ja 12-firn When r-reaentecl a: tne. Di.Hpatt.-h counter, accoaiiinied l>j* tlie ca.iij, "Employment Want»,*' "Itoom.V for Rent," "Wanted Hoonw, "Boardert Wanted," "Boitra Wnnted," "Lout Strayed, or Stolen." vs-ili be inmerte.! yroperly elnsKiiled, 115 words or lews. for Sue. eacli insertion;- additional wrds, le. eucl». IF CHAIiUED o.^l «UU BOOK 3, u« CE.VTS FOlt O.\k- UALF INCH SPACE. * E.III»I.OY3IE.\T AVA.NTS. "VV'AATED. A SERVANT. LIGHT WORK. APPLY at No. 1 wesc Cary street. fe 19-lt AV'AATJED, TEN TO FIFTEEN MOULDERS; SEVERAL A No. 1 M.VCINI3TS; SEVEEtAL A No. . 1 WOOD- WORKERS. SOUTHERN FOUNDRY AND MACHINE-WORKS, fe 19-3t .Fredericksburg, Va. IVASTEU. AT ONCE, A RAPID," ACCURATE. AND Thoroughly Competent Stenographer and Typewriter-Operator. . Good pay; easy hotrrs. Address immediately "ENTER PRICE/." SO-l east Alain street. Rich mond; Va. fe 10-ot* AVANTKD. RE SPO NSIBLB PHII^\DELPFir.V Firm wants Office Manager at Richmond' salary.. $I,SQO' yearly;' s7oo cash and satis factory references required: commercial references furnished;, position permanent. Address Post-office Box 2SI. Philadelphia. Pa. / felO-lf WA.VTKf). f A REGISTERED OR REGISTERED AS sistant Pharmacist, one who has had ex perience at b'ook-keeping 1 . and is willing to.be useful. "Must be strictly, sober. Guo;t place to right man. Address PHARMA CIST, Norfolk, Va., L. Box 84S. I folS-3t« AVA.NTED. EXPERIENCED . BOOK - KEEPER and Office Man. desires to make a change of posltfon.. Can. furnish first-class refer ences. COMPETENT, care Dispatch. t\i I?r2t* . AVANTKD. GRADUATE OF MARY BALDWIN Seminary. , with experience. : teaching Latin. French. - Higher English, amj Mathematics. '- wishes a" Situation ' fo: \ spring term. References exchanged Miss X. Y. r L., care Dispatch. fe 12-Wed f Kri&Sat3t* i : _ : _ -^ _/ _ - 1 WANTED. FOR UNITED STATES ARMY. ABLE- Bodied, Unmarried Men. between ages of 21 and 35. citizens of United State", of good character^ and temperate habits, who can speak, rend, and write EngJlsh. For information apply to Recruiting Of ficer, 110 east Broad. Ja l-W.F&Sun t MM! WAITED. PROFITABLE / WORK - OFFEREH • A.cents in every town to secure subscrip tions to The Ladies' Home Journal and The Saturday Evening Post. We want agents who will work thoroughly and with business system to' cover each sec tion with /our illustrated little booklet! and other advertising. matter, and to looU sharply after renewals- from old subscrib ers./ The pay is" first rate, and at th< end of the season $20,000 will be glvec the : best "workers as extra prizes for good .work.. How well some of our agenti ! have; succeeded Is told in a little booklet we would like to send you— portraits oi some of our best agents,' 'with the storj of how they made It pay. THE: CURTIS PUBLISHING CO.. dell-78t ; : : Philadelphia. Pa. ■ . iIt'SIXESS WA.VTS. AV'.VSTKD. WE HAVE A/CASH CUSTOMER FOIi Store. Prqpertj- on the north side of Bro<w£ street. it you desire to make a (i"'^ !i salesend us a memoranciunx of same. . EDWARD . S. ROSE CO.\f PANV. Real 'Estate and Loans. ■ 11 north Eleventh street. fe 13-\V.F&3un^t : WAXTKJ). BT PROFESSIONAL MAN. T%VO VVR nished Rooms, with -uste of parlor. :t few hours each day. between Broatl and Main and Capitol and Jefferson Hotel. Address DOCTOR, cace Dispatch. /;■//-. ; : y , ■/■■-■-.;: :--■--.■ V feis-J.* ' > \v.v.>Ti:n.' TO RENT A FGRNrSHED ROO.U ON" first floor, with or /%vi:hout board. ;<> ona i or two youns men./ Reasonable rat«? 3. AvS dress "ROOM." care of DUputch. i. / ; . -; - .■ / fe U-U* [ ■ ■ -.1 -■! . ■, ■ | || .1.1 I»J . ■■■■ ■ ' " ""*" * I : -'"-' - ' ; ; '■'": '■ ay. vs r n:i). THREE i /YOUNG 3QUNi^ j and ; reasonable. '"jVlso.Seeop.il-Hand £;■.:.-• i 'syJor^C&ft ■and-Farm:\Vason; H.; £&M i George ;E.; Crawford & Co.. SOS^east Mam • .- ■ "■ - t felMi" ri':£';*p: •■: •VV/;''s!>V«\>'i'K»;"'\"/'-:/V V /;''s!>V«\>'i'K»;"'\"/'-:/ ■.. .' TO-SEIiIijUELJABLK HQKSE. RIDIN"^ !orj< i ;driYliJS^V'lrKlnla: ; stock: : ; also. o ' i '- Surrey./ Address v<V.SH.,";v < V.5H.,";I > y3t-oiilcv r-*>< 107. city. " - , - . felfi-3->.