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j^SSfe B^ilW^ari our s.ore and « e£|
ffi, f purihasoclwc will give FREE a beautiM AIR SH P.; the greatest noyelly
|B-. of tHe new.century. Here are some cut-price hints: ;
$7.00 SUITS, MONDAY OWLY±$4.9£
$6 00 S UITS, MONDA V ONLY $3. 98.
1 $5.00 SPMS, MgtDAY-ONLY $2.98.
i $4.00 SUITS, MONDA Y ONLY.Sf.9 8.
I Every one of these Smart SuHs for little men is f j^ 3o^^^
finish, and ifiber: the finest of respective grades, liet a auii * uei au.A^.
i^r *\^j~ O O l|(9Ctl LmW Vjf j
'Outfitters to mankind.
Hovr JjOjik to Keep a Deed from Re
cord;.'.
To the Editor of the Dispatch : ; . %
What' is. the' law in regard to the re
cording, of deeds? How lomp can a person
hold a deed before having' Unrecorded?
V Colloy. -y»: -.-■■ ;' "■'■■'■■ " H. D. S.
Section 2105. as' amended hy the Acts
of 1593 and ISSn. i>. 542. sajs in relation to
con t racis, tlee*ls, and so i forth that are
void ns'to creditors and purchasers unless
recordedl '. „'. -^^ -.*' •
Ev<t>- ;. fTtj'cki contract' in writing, every
deed conveying ;jany^sucli;estate or term,
and every deed of gift or deed of trust
or mortpse conveying real estate or
goods arid chattels shall be void as to sub
sequent; purchasers for valuable consider
ation \vhhout> notice, and, creditors, until
and except from the time that it is duly
adJnitted to record in the county or cor
porationi whtreiu .the, property, embraced
in such contract or deed may be; provid
ed thati possession of any such estate or
term, without notice of other evidence of
title, shall not be notice to said subse-;
quent purchasers for valuable'considera
tion. - - : . .
Section 24<u. as amended by the Acts
of 3505 and 1896, p. 285, makes this pro
vision: [I _ ti.ii '
That anj r such .■WTitinE,vfhich l ls admitted
to record within ten days from the date
of its being acknowledged- -before and
certified by a justice. ' notary, or other
person 'authorized to certify the same for;
record, shall, unless it he a mortgage, or
a deed of trust, -, not in consideration of
marriage, be as valid as to^ creditors and
<?übscnuent purchasers, as if such admis-
Eion lovrecord -had"Tjeen on^the day. of
such acknowledgement and .certificate..
Tlicre ; is no limit, we take it, within
which a deed is to be recorded; the paper
Is, however, only valid as to purchasers
and creditors, &c, from the day of re
cordation. with the- exceptions above
noted. X : ''' ' '"" r ",'','.
} I^ocal Option. ;. r
To the Editor of the Dispatch: , .
Docs an election in a district or county,
that has been carried for local-option,
revoke the license previously issued at
once, or does it allow the sale of intoxl-.
catins liquors until the license has ex
pired? , - . ..LOUISA.
Louisa, Va.,, June 24. 1902.
As we understand the ; law, the sale of
liquors in a case like "that,' suggested must
cease at once. ""
SmoUc-StacUa on "Kaiser Wilhelm.V
To the Kditor ol the Dispatch:
Your reply to , the fol.owing'willVbe of
Interest to several local? readers:
I. State the number, of (smoke-stacks on
the Kaiser Wilhelm^derl Grosse/ or any
other of the largest, ocoan- -steamships,
■with diameter of said; stacks. . ;
± AKjn*cKateJhors.e i power on one . of
these ships.' * "' > ,> ; : . " ■ . ' ' ; ..'
3. Quantity of coal consumed in a' trip
across the Atlantic. , S::S..;
Petersburg, Va. •
1. Tho steamships Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grcsse and Kronprihz 'Wllhelm both have
four smoke-staclts, -which. is ; practically
a distinct feature, wo are informed, ; of
these ' large, fast vessels. We are unable
to give tho diameter ovf the "stacks.
2. The horse-power of the Kaiser Wil
helm der Grosse is 28,000. That of the
Kronprinz Wilhelm 33,000.
3. The average coal consumption is
somewhat over 500 tons per day. "\. :
"The rrldc of Battery Bee."
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
Would you' please ' publish a piece of
poetrj' called "The Pride of .Battery
Bee?" v A READER.
Richmond, Va.
Let some one s/nd us a. copy..-* ' -. '■ "'■■
A WillvCa«e.
To the Editor of the Dispatch: „■
An unmarried woman dies and leaves a
will. She disposes of her, property item
by item. In item 12 she; leaves her jewel
ry, -etc., "and other articles not men
tioned" it'o be dividedfamong certain heirs.
Do the words "other articles" include
the. money left after paying all legacies?
Or should it be divided : equally, among
all the heirs, including.- those who .have
"received legacies, but whose names are
not mentioned in the 12th item? Nowhere
in the will is any mention of. the residue
of her estate, or any disposition of the
money left after paying the legacies.
OLD SUBSCRIBER. ,
We should not like to say. The reading
of the entire paper would be 'essential to
a clear - understanding of . the question.
Better consult a lawyer. ;
Home ami Turtle Fountain.
To the Editor of the' Dispatch: ; „•
Will you please, tell us; where the horse
and turtle fountain is found , in
ton— at the Capitol or at the Public ;Li
lirary?. The fountain is described as fol
lows: It has a large horse with a man
on it and; several turtles: sitting .around,
with water flowing from their mouths. .
- ■■ . • - ;:. XJj ,-: :.'\Hi~*
The St. Gaudens fountain, named for iti'C
sculptor who designed , and .executed Trie
work, is in front of the; Congressional
Library. It consists of i a group— two sea
horses rampant on either side of Neptune,
who is seated in state; each of the sea
horses bestraddled by a robust' nymph.
In front are two" tortoises spurting, water
upon the two horses, and a serpent, which
spouts water at the foot of Neptune's
ocean throne.
Ditcli-Dig-Rinsr problem. .
To the Editor of the: Dispatch: v :
The question of L.. , E. \ R... bears "upon its
face or presentation a ; raliacy". r It v states
too much, and answering or^' working it
amounts to nothing. .' ■■'.*' .-,.• ■
Please state it thus and let it be workea
by some of the readers, of the Dispatch^
It isa ROQd v ohe,.but;it can be done. ~_ : ]~
A arid JB "agreed to dig a ditcH! 100 yards
•Whether you want to start housekeeping 1 , or help adorn
the already furnished home with amew piece of furniture:- ■; ■ ■
Get Out Prices. Gpt Our Terms.
They are made to accommodate every body. /A feature of our
June sales has been : - • , • -v
' : ::'i : firidaJ-SuiiS::: . ",_
with Wardrobe to matoh. Some choice ones, left at :midsum-;
mer prices. . ,■ . ' • ",
Baldwin i^/ir^e^a|ors
are never 'reduced/ They don't Have to he. s They; have ~fea~
tures that^nak^ them THE GREATEST ICE-SAYEKS, and ■
the greatest sellers on the market^; Anybody ;woiild;ipay rr a y
few "dollarsrhorevfco have a Baldwinif they^ had tb^but they.^
lmow tliey}3o^
are put ion- every thing sold by, Ry an ';•. Smith & ; 3?alman;' irTsea^
son and:out of season.: .lTheref ore there can bo no one third or
one half off at any time., . \ ffif;
4,000 yards fresh, new-China , Maitingswill be on sale this
week. .Prices 20 to 40c. Laid free. . - .
Great Array of Iron Beds,
in all , colors; will : be ; a feature ■ this f Wek ; some slightly dam-? :
aged ones, at pleasing prices. . " * ";
Seleofc what you want and' uae our Little Payment Plan
RYAN, SMITH & TALMAM,
long for' sloo, each" to : receive JSO; and, as
one end of the ditch Is ; more; difficult, to ,
'excavate than the ; other, :A ■ says I- will
take that end if I. am allowed , : so : cents,
more per yard. How : many yards mil vi
- each dig of the 100' yards and' each re
ceive $50. You : can see t tho . problem : ■ is ,
now, ; what will each : get per . yard. H. ;
■': Jeffersonville, Va: - . .-.-.;•
•:■■ ' '■'■'. ~-■■ .' "**.. '.-■■ .--"'-■■■■'■•*■■-' .. *
To.Charise *i Batterr. , /
; To the Editor of the Dispatch: ; -
; le ft practicable. to chargea storage.bat
: tery. ,b.v. a dynamo giving -an alternating^
surrent?--; v•. r.^ ■; :; -. -.■< ■, y- ;;|;>; y-•-:.■y -•-:.■ : - -J. ■■-*
;i^ ; charging:a storage battery^ aj direct;
current is required. A dynamo giving an
alternating current cannot be used directly
for th's purpose. - "
Rain* of Frogs. ■
To tho' Editor of the Dispatch: ,
Why' do people* say it rains frogs? ,Is
it a fact" that it does rain^them?. I would
lik3vvery.much to know.;- ' C..H. B.
The popular misconception concerning
rains'' of frogs is apparently due to the
appearance of large numbers of frogs
after heavy rain's," when they come from
their haunts in the ponds and streams. ;
So far- as we are aware,' nobody has
actually seen frogs falling from the air
during a rain or at any other time.
.-./■■." ■'--.: — — "O* ' : '■ --
Fourth of Jaly-s-J?l. C. &. O. ?I—Ex
■ ■•:■■ •-:.-•.■■ „•- enrsions. '' ' "■ ■"..-,'■.,
On the fourth Day of July the Chesa>'
peake and -,Ohio\ railway ; will ; run • three
special trains leaving Richmond at 8 A.
M., 8:30 A. M., and 8:60 A.. M., for! Old
Point, Buckroe Beach, Ocean View, Nor
folk, and Newport News.
Round trip rate $1 ; good only on ex
cursion trains of July 4th.'
The SA. M. and 8 :30 A. M. trains will
not:make any stops. .The 8:50 A. 11. train
will stop at Newport News. ;. .
The trains returning will leave Old Point
at 7:3o>P.v<M;,Vand;9:4D-;P. M. : ? ;•"
Special attention is called to the fact
that Chesapeake andr- Ohio passengers can
remain at Ocean View until 9 P. M., giv
ing a chance to witness the grandest dis
plaj' of fire works ever given in the South.
The Hampton Roads Yacht ,Club will hold
their grand Fourth;. of July regatta at 11:30
A. M., Chesapeake and Ohio passengers
can witness -this beautiful i race either at
Old Point or. from ;."W.illoughby Beach. .' ,. ,
I July Fourth at Ocean View you can
enjoy'; yourself ■•■bathing, fishing, ; boating,
crabbing, etc.- Music- -by Seventy-first
Regiment Band. Three: trains, ;?1; ?1 round
trip, giving nearly twelve hours at the
seaside. • - * ;• V . : . ; ■".'. , ,
' :-"i / '-.'■"— — — •""*• — : r : - ■' - ;■!
Concert at Westhampton Park _ this
afternoon by lardella's Band.
Special Exonrsionn to Niagara Falls,
;■ via! R.V F. ; & P.' R;R. and Conncc
1 tions— sl3.so Ilound Trip. ;
The Richmond, Fredericksburg. arid
Potomac railroad will sell special • excur
sion tickets to Niagara Falls, N. V., at
rates of $13.50, • round trip from Richmond,
as follows : r ' ;
For excursions via Baltimore and Ohio
railroad,' 'leaving Washington S:3O A. M.,
July 3d and 17th, August 2d and ■" 16th,
September £sth, l and^October 9th, nnd 5:05
P. M., August; 30th, ; arid .for; Pennsylvania
railroad trains, leaving vWashington 8. A.
M:, July 24th; August 7th- and : 21st, Sep
tember: 4th -and 18th,' and October <2>l and
i6th. . ';•• :''■-" ".•'•"" '-; ' £'•■ : ■'. ■'!'
.For tickets and full informr.t ;i.' apply
to ticket agents, Byrd-Streeti jJiba,' and
Main-Street stations,' or Richmond' Tran-
s fer Company; No. 903 east ' Main" street,
Jefferson Hotel; ana Murphy's Hotel. : ,
, . . - . W. P. TAYLpR,,.
1 ' ; ;.'■;'"-;" "Traffic Manager..
.^Concert at Westhampton Park this
afternoon by, lardella's; Band. " HivrT
mm * At I
!BIUTIoSSRInANTIN[ffi|CHj \
i powed l>y Otlier- Cnntlldat*:? 1"^1 "^ • *
\ Blemberaof 'Convention for Judsre.
TIT approach of the extra session of.
/the ; General : Assembly. ';. Just a vfortnlght^
'from next Tuesday, ; ana the probability,
nay. - almost "the certainty, ■; that ; the' judges ;
are to be ; chosen .then for the twenty-four
provided for by the new judiciary .
system, serve to .add interest to the con-.
■■ tests for those ; much' : s6ushtspositlons. .
;■ It has been reported, withiwhat ground.;
it 'difficult to state;'; that "*_ there will; lie
alttendericy on the part of j some of tne
members i of the General: Assembly,; to' op-;
pose. the aspirations of those members of
the' late- Constitutional ' Convention //who ;
are 'caridlates fdrlthe : judiciary. ;~ lt is: not;
regarded : as ; probable that 'there will be ■
. any organized . opposition -in : any case, v
but \ it '■ is almost certain -that in several
cases wherein members of the late " con-/;
yention aspire ;to : judgeships/ for which ;
there are .other candidates, the legislators •
| ; referred 'to -will .- support the ; : ; 'i ou tsider ;_.
I rather than the , ex-con ventiorirnernber.;.
| "In general, the 1 " judges of < the / present ;
circuits, ■ wherever they- ■ a/o ; so- situates /
as to be eligible, are candidates and are
unopposed: -They will in almost -.every.
cape: be elected without r opposition from
any source. There can be no widespread
'opposition , on the part of , the ; General As
sembly due to any. animus, real or fancied ;
against t the convention, ? save in a very
few districts, for in few; are the conven
tion members aspiring, and in some of
these they-are'unopposed. ,/-. -'• . - L ;
. '.: ■•*;• THE ; SITUATION IN BRIEF/ .;„
To summarize the situation, it .may, be,
stated that in fifteen of the twenty-four :
circuits there is but one; candidate in
each, and in general that one is a^Circult
Judge :. under the present judiciary ' sys- ;
tern. In "three other circuits' judges ;of the
old .'circuits are residents, and both are'
candidates,' it is- understood.' .This fight
■betwen'the two judges will be one of the
I most interesting of the nine contests.
1" Up; to -this; time 'but "'eight -of
the convention are candidates for. judge
fships in the new judiciary plan, and/two^
of these are at present Circuit Judges and
three County Judges: -Three members of
the conventionare uncontested candidates
'or ''Judgcships. . : ' ■ ; ' ; v_j
-'■' : ■; 'FIFTEEN OP THE -'JUDGES./;.'. ~"\
Here. is ;aV list of the fifteen circuits in
v/hich there are no con tests,- together with
the candidates therein: •
.First Circuit— W.;N. Portlock, "member
of the late. convention and now a County,
Judge. - ' '.-:: - , . '■'■;■'.. '•-'.
; Second Qircuit— B./ R. Prentis*, now a
Circuit Judge/- ', . y : « :
■ Fourth Circuit-^8... A. Hancock, now a
Circuit .• Judge and member of / the ' late
. convention. ■ . . . ■ ■ " :.- - „
Fifth/ Circuit— George J. Hundley, now
a. Circuit- Judge. .. " ■ -.■ ■ ;.
' Sixth Circuit— "W.R. Barksdale, now a
County Judge of Halifax and unopposed
for the circuit bench.
Seventh Circuit— E. TV. Saunders, of.
Franklin, -now a Circuit Judge.' .-
Ninth Circuit—^Daniel A. Grlmsley, of
Culpeper,' now a Circuit Judge.
';-.;• Tenth .Circuit— Beverly T.; Crump, . in
place of Circuit Judge Beverly^R../\yell
fo'rd, who "will retire from the bench. ?
Eleventh, Circuit— J-.W-i G. .-Blackstdne,';
of Accomac," at present judge of a:^cir-_
CUit. | - ■' -, ■ \ . ;Y-> '■ ;■
i -Twelfth Circuit— T.. R. B. .Wright, of
Essex, .judge of 'one of the present, cir-j
c'uits.f - r t- -.: -, t.: ;■ -,'•;»-.
Fifteenth • Circuit— John S. Mason, .. of
King] George, judge of one of. the old
circuits.; . ' • t -- . ', -,•, • ' • ■ ■• .
; Sixteenth Circuits-Charles. E: -Nicol,. oi-
Al.exandria, at present a circuit. judge. ...
' Seventeenth Circuit— Thomas W. x-inr- |
risori,; member of the late convention and !
judge 1 of : one, of* the present circuits. .... j
Twenty-first Circuit— Robert C. Jackson, \\
ju'dge'iof one of the present circuits. ./ \
v,T.we'nty-fourth Circuit— H. A. TV.; Skeen.
atVpresent judge, of a circuit. ■
SOME CIRCUIT JUDGES .OPPOSED.
./..Hero are the cases in; which Circuit
Judges under the ;present are.
candidates for.; the bench of the; new.cir- -
cuits. but arc opposed by other candidates
for : the positions: ' . ' '- .' '
/.-Eighteenth Circuit— S. 1 Houston Letcher,
of: Rockbrldge,;. present Circuit JuJgei,
Joseph A. Glasgow, -.' of ■■'■ Staunton, and |
County; Judge Lym an Chalkley, of Au
gusta. ; / "",''■'* .'":'--..■ '"-.. :
; Twentieth Circuit— J. ■ R; Tucker, of Bed-.^
ford-, and Henry TV. Blair, of Roanoke, '
both Circuit Judges -at present.;
Twenty-third Circuit— J. P., Sheffey,;; of
Smyth, Circuit Judge at present, and-ex
' Judge F.-B. Hutton, and probably County
Judge t TV. A". Aycrs, of Russell.
, :," EIGHT LIVELY CONTESTS. •
.There are lively contests In eight of the
new/, circuits. .They- are: . v
Third .. Circuit— Timothy ; Rives, of Prince :
George, -present Judge of - the -County:
Courts of Prince George and : Surry, "and
member of the late convention; J. F.
West, I Judge of the County, Court of SutV
sex; ; Robert Turnbull, of Brunswick, mem
ber of the late convention, and; former
State Senator. ' ■■:■:: , •>. ' ,■
;; Eighth; Circuit— John M. White, present
County Judge of Albemarle;: Paul ; Pettit,
of;F,luva'nna./Mf.vß;^T. Gordon, of NeT
son,, member of the late convention,' and /
Judgs'E. N. TVood, of Fluvanna, are also
mentioned as - probabl e*= aspirants. ; : '
.;/ Thirteenth Circuit— G.-'-T. Garnett, imem
ber.'of : the late convention "and. County.
Judge of . Mathews ; arid Middlesex ; , Cla'g- .
gett/B. Jones, of King "and'Queen,, 'mem-*
ber/of the: late 'convention.'. - :. ?- ; . V
.; Eighteenth Circuit--S.'' Houston Letcher/;:
.of ; Rockbridge, \ ; present '■]. Cir ijui t : Judge ; ?
Joieph A: v Glasgow, ;'qf,- Staunton ; Lyman:
Chalkley, /Judge J of -the 'V County/ Courts of:
Augusta arid Highland. . v . / •• "
Nineteenth Circuit--George X._ Anderson;
member of:. thelate convention "and Coun-r
ty judge of Allegheny -arid Bath; G. -,TV. : ; •
Breckinf idge, 'Ju dge . of 'the County Court ] ■
;6f jßotetourt. ' "-;'•■ ' ' , ; .' '; " : ; "'
;. Twentieth-; Circuit— J.-|;. R. - Tucker,:/; of:
Bedford, 'judge ; of bn§" of the present- cir- >
cuits; and Henry E.. Blair,, judge of one
of the ; circuitsVas . now : constituted. ;..: ;i
. •Twenty-second ""Circuit— Mr.* " ; Herison,'
! arid /probably ; J. ; H.'r Stuart, County Judge
of I'Tazewell county.:" '.--*; V' -' ■' : ...
-\\C A i SCARCITY i OF CANDIDATES^/;* j
In the 'fourteen crrcults ; there arelno.ac-j
tive* pronounced' candidates in ; the field, \
or if ■so their ; candidacy ; : has been; very- :
quietly announced.' , County f Judges - 1. > H. '..
Christian and Sydney Smith are most: f re- 1
qeritly ; mentioned-: as probable, aspirants. -
Hon.; Manly" H. . Barries, /of the "■:
•laterconventicvi; fr6rri"New. Kent, ;has been
frequently I mentionednbut " has : announced
'that be' is not a candidate. "/
;; This completes the/list/of -the
For : - the" city, court ; judgeshlps : or/corpof a-/ :;
itionl/courtjs/ra^
; is :; presuriT^d;:that;thelpres^nt\judgesltwili; -i
be \ candidates and'thesr/will; be re-elected/j [
JHCHMOND— PETERSBURG.
The Richmond— Peterujlmrgr Electric
- . Railway.. ,
Commencing Sunday; Juno , 29, : 1902, - and
■ c veryl Suhaa'y/ thereaf ter.lunt 11 liurtherj 1167
iti^^wHl rß^)/sp¥olairex<^slon^ticketsxtie?:r 8^)/sp¥oIairex<^sIon^ticketsxtie?:
■^eenfMa^hester^a^
[on* aAyJreg^lar,?carlohYdayXo£ f sale.-i'atsa''
iratftjof ; 60 ; cents ffqri the ;' round [i&pSinelud^:
flng'gtrani^sjyntoiP
Sioiid^Por| further x lnf ormatlon¥apply.|to
, tlJft" jseri cr al offices; 'of tho)oonipany;icorne^
•Seventh and IPerrylßtrcetß^Mancheiter;
SGood Lard, per ' : 'i\\'X-*gy'i
;■- - . - . , - ■.: *. ..■■: ■ ■■"i,^#^^^|^if
;lc&|^:
• -
Java -and Mocha Coffee/
•; : inl,lKtms^..v.. v . ■.^•?V
Daisy Lye, for scouring, 3^
Best: Grated Pineapples, o^
'. large cans ......
;Best quality Salmon, p£
' largecans ••••••
Best. Feed Cony per JgQ
- bushel...... •••• •• •
•Best Feed Oats, bushel. 4V^ rw
I Jrf y bur High-Grade Mix- 4(j^r
- ed'or Green Tea per lb. "f" V
Best Ham and "Veal Loaf, g^
per can....... •••••••••*•
<New Orleans Mo- 2Qc
•{. lasses, per ga110n.:.... **vy
f^Fresh Bologna Sausage,
v pounds... .....•••.••••'•,;
j - • . JZr
fSix lbs: new Prunes^- -">*
:Sweet:Catawba or Blackberry
f; Wiiie, fine summer Y/Y/V
; drink, per quart:.::.. ... * V V
American Oil Sardines, Xr
■ box '■ ..,-V -
Large boxes Mustard or^ gj>r :
'■■■; Spice Sardines, 4 cans '^^V
St. Julien Imported Claret
v - Wine, put-up Iri qt. *} C^
; bottles;. . .V. ..:..v.. . . .
Nice Salt Porlr, per; i(\ r
v pound '...". :y: y lUt
Large 'Bottle Sweet r)]z r
[ Pickles, three f0r. ... '^py
'La r g v e ca n s Star 1 r
Lye:....i.... ....;....};< w
Hickbk's Fig Tobacco, 'rye' r .
.6 p1ug5....:.-... ■.•...-".. :;^ L
New N: C. Cut ;Herring, <■ per
dozen, 12c; per half bar- d» iy
;> rel;.. :/........;...,.... ..•Pp
Grape Nuts c or ' Postum 4 c
\ Cereal, per package. v JjtV
Pure Cider Tinegar, gal : 9 ni,
, i0n....:......... • :r: r
Fine Corned or Smoked
■ California Hams, * r\\/ '
ib.:v...... .... lu /3^
- Large bottles best Ammo-
■ nia, per b0tt1e.. . .'. . . .- . . . . . v
; ...S. ULLIVI^N^S SON;. :
. DOWN-TOWN STORE, ' UP-TOWW STORE,
1820-1822 East Main Street.;. ' 500 East Marshall Street.
'•New 'Phone 509; Old 316. : • ' Old and Nevr 'Phone 34.
MANCHESTER STORES, 1212-1214 HULL STREET.
"^TIAYING contracted for the thorough remodelling-
Xa and refitting of our store by September Ist,
we will until th at' date offer ; a special
8B2B& for cash of from 10 to 20 per cent, on' every
article in our degant stock of ?
'Diamonds,. Watches, French Clocks,
Fine Gold jewelry, Bronzes,
Sterling Silver, Qpera-Giasses,
Silver PSatedware, Ciit-Glass, &c;
An inspection of this stock is . cordially inTited, faßf a 8
- - no better; opportunity has ever been offered to secure
tHe ' : - - .'- " v-. .. r', "■ "
Handsomest Goods at the Lowest Prices.
Leading Jewellers. Richmond; Va.
- 1 - Present Fixtures for sale at a great sacrifice.
Sole Agents Jewel Gaa'Eanges and Water Heaters,
. ? V : ; ■■ /-^V v V 620 E. Broad St
"'■ Nothing adds more to the beauty of the table or home of the wedded . .
• pair-^-iniiact,* nothing is more : indicative : of refinemeht-^than* rich cut ■; ■
glass. We have a magnificent eVJestion-^guaianteed finest cutting— s
P;newest'Btylesrexclusiye'djßignai-'and lowest prices! ,
,-';; Come ia and let u» talk wedding gifts. '.*'«*' ' r
Freezing Salt for freez- t fir*
teSfCTe^p|ckK •• . : . --4 ly^t
New N. 6. Roe Herring per:
l: ; d|^^^oa;^erJ;lialf^:f|
barrel ... 1 •P*J.
Corn Starch, in 1 pound jr'
packages *^ v
Tiiil' Cream Cheese/ none^ ?££;
.better, lb ::.: l^^ :
Mountain Roll Butter, | c c
i pound r0115. . . - . . . ■■* rV *
Large Lump
Starch AO\*
Xiion^ ;Coffee, : --l one-pound q^,
; package. ....... • — v- 1 ; .
Mason-si Gluart Jars for pre
- serving/ per-:- dozen, 5? c - >
'■I for yone^half gallon; f7C^
per dozen .;..;^. . V. . . 'p V
Silver King Plour, can't >y Q >
:be beati bbL, 54:40; -bag^Pv _
Plnm; .Tornado, Peach • ' . ,
'_ andy otHer 'Chewing s r
Tobacco; 3 p1nga w.. . .... *? V •■
Gr 6 o d y-j? o v r-String *Q ~
8r00m5. ... . . . . :. ,'... > * V V
Best Root Beer, one bottle
makes five gallons, per j- -
- bottle . v .i.. ........... • - ■• v V^
Arbiicltle's^ or ■: Cordpva \(\ r
; • Coffee, p0und. . . ... . « l Vv
New Orleans ' Molasses, o^
per can.. ............. -.'... r .VV
New, Cuban Syrup, Ma- +(\>rj
son qiiart jars. ...—;: • * V V
.' a" '•- •" ■'■ : ..-. . ■ Ac
-Matches, per d0zen. ..... T w .
Large bottle Pickles .... v: .pC
Best Potted Tongue or -j A-.
Ham, 3 boxes. . . . A"^
Best Quality Baked Beans,
tomato sauce, 2-pound j-^
can 5........ ..•......".••••• **\
Tea Dust, makes excel-; <y j-^ ;
1enttea,1b..... ........ OC
New Potatoes,- p c r-inw.
; peck............—-. ZUC
Best California Claret' Sf)r
:4: 4 Wine, per gollon.^.. ■■.■...y.Vv;:
Elastic or Celluloid Starch, j g":
per package..... ....V.... r^
" ■ ■'" ' ' ■ ; - - ' ;: :
Two packages Pearline . . . . : VV
Extra: Heavy <y ■—■...-
Brooms ... ......... ■-- " D Q^
Clean
and Cool
./>,/Not. i much trouble to /cook, sura
":-■-.ri<er; or, winter/on our. Jewel" Gas
\j-Range. i; :.The nicest cooking Is "made
veasy.iand thereare many chances
' to, save in cost and; heat. They
have the'lire going in an instant—
•- and ;.when ".the r meal, is done. It is
: out without much. heat.. '~ --:. ■...- .
-." : ,The ; . kitchen's, best, comfort is a
; , Jewel - Gas Range— all sizes, all
-prices.-- "\ ■■•"■.;■-"■'■■■ :.'.'; : ' "-
N^Klein $l Son;
I PL l
IbC ullCoioj
Iee 4 Cream Freezers,
Wickjess Oil Stoves
and nthpr
, . ■ illiij ill iltil
; Seasonable Goods
! Always in Stock,
THE i i TAYLOR CO,
| 1011 E. Main St,
BSTWEEM
RICHMOND
AND NORFOLK
by the new steamers of the Old
pominion Line, leaving Rich
mond NIGHTLY at 7 o'clock
for Norfolk. Fare one way,
$2.50; round trip, $4.50, includ
ins" state-room accommodations.
Tickets on sale Richmond
Transfer Company, 903; East
-Main street ; Company's office,
No. 1212 East Main street, and
wharf, Rocketts.
- JOHN F. MAYER,
Agent.
Je2s.?>f>
ESTABLISHED 1532.
THEVIRGINII
.INSURANCE CO.,
OF RICHMOND, Vfl.
This* old Virginia' institution insures all
description's of property -in city and coun
try; Dwellings. Furniture. Stores. Farm
Buildings, Crops. .&c: ... School-Houses,
-vlilla, ■;; Churches,: Factories,. ,&c. , ; , ,
AGENTS IN EVERY TOWNAHD COTTNtTT.
; DiaECTOR3: :J
E. B. Addison. 'D. O. Davis, .
W, Joslah Leake, . : "W. ;Otto NoltJng 1 ,
W. H. Palmer. - _
Wm. H. Palmer, . ■:" "W. H." McCarthy,
President. • Secretary.
(ap 2i-Th,SuniTu3m)
Why Not Use Ceresota Flour?
It is the very highest grade of Min
nesota Spring "Wheat Patent. : Will
yield 20 per cent, more bread than other
• grades -at same. cost. A trial 13 all
that is necessary. -Supplied through
v. retail grocers. ■' ~ . -
/E.C.YOUXGEB;
WHOLESALE D ISTKIB UTING AG ENT .
(je 2a-Th,Sun&Tu-13fc)
%: , :w&: w& curb- t
I Cancers, Tumors, ami |
\ ill Chrome Sores <
J WITHOUT USE OF A KNIFE. J
|le!lain f s - Hisplfal, |
i.■;-■i .■;-■- RicHMO2rD.;yA-^_ I
£': ALL jEXAMINATIOKS FBSE. ■;.:■. %
\ Come arid aev whUt wj havodono $
X nnd are doinfr. v Vlf then you aro not *
5 BRtiatied that we do ait we CI^VIM. wo
\ will pay all ot yo\ir.EXPEJ»3Eis. .■" i
■ Q <iT -IT-W, Btin & tr 3 xa>
\* *» ','**' *i (FS R ' Rheumatism and its
lil la^-\l O'«" Blood Relations— Lurn
1 1 11 1 ? I jBsl» bago, Sciatica. and
lUvlv v Gout— can only bo
■•■-■ -••■-- ■-* ■* •■-■-•'-- ro^h^l hv n. special
medicine, changing the nature
blood. "Famous Prescription UK).o.vs dis
solves the:poisonous aair!s in tho .«yst«m
and effects a natural and. wondrous euro.
Forty-one "years', success. Druggists, .-c
bottle. Booklet mailed free. MULLER
PHARMACY, 74 University Place. N«' v
York. " jy 7-Sun C-2t nr
CHRONIC IBUOXCIHTIS.
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OF THE BLADDER,-
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