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''JPfrfDAY" COHEN S
~...<RBMNAN^DAY.
A oerfect destruction of ail values to=day. Our forced safes of
the^ week have reduced many of the : most wanted wares to the rem»
nant oile Look to us for some extraordinary happenings.
Over $8,000 have been taken off the former prices.
Among the Hundreds of Short
Length White Goods
for to-day's selling will be Sheer White
Organdies, 40 ; inches • wide, that R/j
were 12 1-2 c:, for; per yard ..... . V u
White India Linens; 40 inches, g^
thr-t were 12 . i-2C, now, per yard V**
' Lot of Finest Fancy White Goods,
mercerized stripes and figures, includ
ing plain White ludia Linen,>ery sheer
grade, were 162-3 C. andj2oc:, to- q
day's price, per yard ... . -• ; • *;
About 700 yards of S^. \Vhite In
dia Linens, that were* originally 6 1-2
»nd Be, will be closed out, per q%!. r
yard...... ° {* v
Fancy Centre Linen Bureau Scarfs,
i i-2, yards long, instead of tpjfof*
25c, to-day's price will be each” r~<*
I Some of the finest 50c; Open-Work
Damask Towels, hemstitched ends, that
were $6 per dozen, are marked, 9 p* : n
each...... --**?S
'Turkish Bath Towels, some that were
f i. per dozen, will be sold to-day,
Soft Finish Bird's-Eye Diaper >f p
Cloth, per yard
___________ .
No Room Here for Cotton Remnants.
-Read of a few for quick selling.
4-4 Androscoggiu, Fruit-of-the-Loom,
and Langdon G. B. Bleached Cot- g^
tons, to be sold for, a yard . . ****
All the printed Fancy Wash Stuffs,
full piece, price was 15 to 23c, o_
remnant price to-day • - - • v.**u .**
The loc. and 12 1-2 C. Batiste r_
_nd Dimities are "... .
Lawns, Ch«mbr3ys, Dimities, Cali
coes, etc., all dumped into a lot, to **-
be' sold to-day for, a yard . . . . *"*«
Perhaps You Will Find Just What
You Want Among the Remnant
Laces.
If so, the price is less than one half.
Alldver Laces, in lengths of 1-2 to
2 1-2 yards, that were 45c. and 50c.
per yard, you can buy them now *>
for.. ■....*Oy
Torchon and.Val. Lace Edges, Inser
tions, and Ribbon Beadings, instead of
25c. per dozen yards, will be, per *-
yard.... • /v
Lace Galloons, Platt Val. Edges and
Insertions, and Torchon Edges and In
sertions, are all dumped into one lot for
to-day's selling. They cost 9, 10, q
and 12 I-2C— price for any vU
Open Edge 3 and sc. Embroideries
are £mong the Remnants To-
Day for, Per Yard, Ic.
Handsome Wide Embroidery Skirt
ings in Black, some embroidered in
white, original price was $2.50 and $3
per yard, to be closed out for, «{?-,
per yard. .... <£•?(*
Lot of Finest Wide Embroidery Inser
tions and Edges, that were 15, 17, q ■
and 20c, to be closed out for, per yd*'"
The Closing of All Silk Remnants
To-Day.
Wash Silks that sold for 39c. fQ^
all season, closing price, per yd. . J£/G
69c. Finest Foulard Bilks to be #> «
sold for, per yard .' . .HOC
Fine Black Silk Taffeta, 59c. ««
quality, for. ....'. OvC
And others: '
i * V X OF >> X
The marriage' of -Miss Bessie Dorset,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. AY. Dorset,
to Mr. Luther B. Lacy, son of Mr. and
Mrs. .D. A. Lacy, took place j-esterday
evening at C:3O o'clock in the home of the
b'ride'Sj parents,- GOTte north Eighth street,
j The parlors and hall were artisti
cally; decorated .with palms, potted plants
and cut flowers. •
. The oride, *vho is a pretty brunette,
■* - ore white silk mu'.l over white
taffeta and carried Bride's, roses. Her maid
oi honor, her * sister. Miss Annie E.
.Dorset, wore . a costume of blue organdy
and; carried pink roses. The best man
was Mr. Fleet Kurk, and the two ushers,
Messrs. Henry Epps and Luther J. Dor
set: The ceremony^was 'performed- by
the. Rev. D. A. Solly, pastor of Immanuel
Baptist churclv after which Mr. and Mrs.
X*cy left for an extendeu trip through
the Northwest, visiting Cincinnati, Chi
cago, Niajrara and Nfw^York. and return
ing by the Old Dominion Line to Norfolk.
Their future home will be : Sl6 east Clay
ptreet.
Mr.. Lacy is chief clerk Jn the comp
troller's office in the Chesapeake and
Ohio offices, and is a successful young
business man.
' i • -- " - ' • '
:'>An enjoyable trolley party, was given
TTednesday night to Lakeside Park, fol
low by a dance. The ygung people ' were
• cri?.peroned by Mrs. David • Hutzler. and
Mrs. IsaacMlutzler, and every one pres
; em. pronounced the affair one. of the moat
enjoyable .of the season. ■
The party was composed of Misses Rose
Guggenheimer and Claudia- ' Engel. of
Baltimore; . Rosonheim. of St. Louis:
Claire; 11. Kahn, of Harrisburg; Rhonie
Jbfulzler,' Florence Levy.. Helen Ezekiel,
Jiil'.fct Straus, Corinne Straus. : Etta Sycle,
■ Arinic Bowman and : Rose'Gqldenberg. '
Louis- F. Leibermuth, Walter
Whitlock. 13. W. Lovensteln, Sydney
• Gunr.t. Louis Goodman,; M. ■.-..' FlorsheJm,"
Melvin Fiegxsnhelmer,j£ Samuel -Bowman,
. Samuel Wallerstein, Herbert Bloomberg,
•Leon Baer and Bernard Caron.
■ ■"'• . ■'■■'-•••■•»•■. ■ '"-■ ' ■"■■■•
.r'A fjuiet : . and pretty, : -wedding: was per
> formed yefiterday. morning "at 11:30 o'clock
%at-l the' residence -of '■ Mr. J. J. Stallings,
r 120}^,; west .Clay street; 'The.- paniors . were
;> bonutifully. JjghtecJ .for the .occasion. ', The;
| principals : w«re Mr.: Charlos' AY. , Caxnp- ;
bell ; and Miss Mollie . E.VLatidrum"; ."■ the;
- 'ccreraony being perforaied: by : Rev:-L. B.
'.52«-tty., of the . : M«thoaist r ... "church.; The
gbrlde;ißith'«Tdaughter of /Mrs; Si* C;Xan- !
iJldrumV-ofJthlsrcity^whilevtheTgrobmfisra 1
a^Louisyllle/iKy^
r-corieernrVit';. '•■"'' ■'•'..:■'•■■ y "-■*'::■':' f - : ''-",'■ '",^''' '-■'■ '■'-'■-:
.fSThe bride wore a handßomegoing-away
, gown; ; with i hatv and: grloves fto- match." -^^
&^Mr.iJtndiMra.^^mpb^HleftVomthelnoon'
clt^ aSdiother: Nortbertti
The Small Lots of; Ladles 1 ; Wusiln
Underwear
are dumped into the remnant pile tor
day./. : . -:■-:-■' v ", ■-. :Jgr , : '■ ■ ':j.
Embroidered and Lace Trim-- «ff«
med ! Corset Cover's f0r . . . . . .' . . . . *"*
Oihers that were 59 to 75c. are «
Lace and" Embroidered Trim-
mcd Underskirts for ... . . .::... 8 *****,
Cambric Nightgowns, were 79 KQp
and 88c, closing to-day for ..-. .*'•'*?
And others.
White Crochet Bedspreads.
Some that show handling,; .to- p a —
day's price '..-. . . . .... ... . .-. . .-.^*'**
Colored Mitchelihe Spreads, in- /•in
stead of $1 and $1.25, to-day . . . . ©V«
Some odd Sheets that were «*Qf%
50c. are tc-day?. . . . . . . . . . . . ... .*'■'**:
Pillow-Cflses for 7c.
Linen Buggy Robas
that were special priced at 6y and#> p* _
75c. will be closed out to-day for^^V
Ail the Fine White, Solid Black and
Fancy Madras Shirt-Waists,
were 79c. to $1.25, any £§q
Waah Silk Madras Waists, Q/)*,
were S2. 50, n0w . .......... ... vUi*
The 39 mid 50c. Waists are'"fc»-,
now ..: •.'•'.w
The Ladies' Wash Shirt-Waist
Suits
THAT WERE . 31.50 AND $1.98 ARE
TO BE CLOSED OUT TO-DAY «U _
FOR ...;. ....... .:.... ... B*?^
Some of the $1.25 and $1.50 Lawn
Wrappers that were short in sizes"/* q-_
will be closed out f0r. ... .'....: . w*/U
Linen Crash Skirts,, fancy braided
styles, early season • price was ; nb~
75c.,. to be closed, out for, each.. «««
There are some five or six Wool Che
viot Walking Skirts, .with circular
flounces, stitched, that were made to
sell for $4.so—they are to £9 /\/\
be closed out, each .......... *p&»v V
Some 25 or 30 American Lady and
J. B. Corsets,
that sold for $i and .51.25, will pzf) r
be closed out, each *Jw**
The 39c. Corsets are now 20c.
Some of the finest Hand-Made Whale
bone Corsets, that were $3.50 <t*taf)
and $3.75, to-day....... .. tyl.OV.
Forty-Odd Dozen Ladles' Solid
Black Hose
some in dropstitch, some open lace to
the toe, others are plain— all seamless,
full regular- sizes, costing to '/•'/A»'^
15c.— to-day's price, per pair..' O-/4'l»
Children's White and Black Socks, in
sizes to 6, instead of 12 1-2 C, to- jj _,
day, per pair ...; **V
About 20 dozen Misses' Tan Ribbed
Hose, that were 19c, sizes 5 to" o_
8 1-2, closing at j per pair. ... . . . . -O.U
4 1 Boxes Tet low's Red Seal Swan
down for Be.
37. cakes best 25c/ a box Violet <»
Soap, cake . .'•.. ... • . . ...:.... . .-. *5C
One lot of 15 and 19c. Tooth
Brushes f0r. . .... .... . . :. ..... . &G .
cities. They will return, to the, city and
be at home to friends after, September 15.
Miss Katherine Drewry; and Mr. Sterl
ing Boisseau, of Charleston, S. C, were
quietly married this; morning at : 11
o'clock in the home of Mrs. Marshall.
320 south Third street,' in. the presence of
a lew friends. The Rev. Mr. Dennis per
formed the ceremony. -'
The wedding came somewhat as a, sur
prise to the friends of the. bride. She is;
a daughter of Mrs. Blanche Drewry and
the late William D. Drewry. . and a. niece
oi Major Clay Drewery. ■• [ ■ .".
The bride was gowned in a handsome
travelling: suit and; carried a bouquet of
Madam Testout 5 roses; and maiden .hair
ferns. ■„ ' . .. ... ,'. : -"' ...
Mr. and. Mrs. Boisseau left immediately
after, the ceremony,- for the North. . ; .
Among the few guests were Major Clay
Drewry, • MissvAmelia Coaltur and Miss
Coalter." '■ I' 1 , . . . , .
Mr. Boisseau is a son of the. late Judge
James Boisseau, • "of 'Diriwiddie county. ' - ,
■ ' : ■•.*•*'.."-■.• : :
Misses Mary and Elsie Cameron have
left •"Cameron .Lodge" and are visiting
relatives on Long. Island.
.:.-'... ■*. ,■•-' .. x - , .
Mr. William H.. Langhorne, who /lias
been visiting "Cameron Lodge" in v Orange
has returned to "Mirador" in.Albemarle.
■,- -"' -- ■■ -*. •-. *: -'. ■ .- \ :
Miss Julia .Magruder,- the authoress, is
the guest of the Princess Troubetzkoi at
"Castle Hill."
'.- "'.- ■* * ""•■', " , •
Misses Mary and Fanny Archer are the
guests of Bishop Gibson's daughters at
Orkney' Springs.
- ■.:■*-.* .'.-
Miss Carrie Lay .has .. returned home
after a pleasant visit to Staunton.
% * • * ■ - '■- " ■ :
Mr. Robert S. Wherry and Miss Emmie
Wherry will leave Saturday for the Yel
low Sulphur Springs. They will be, joined 1
at Lynchburg'by Mrs. -.; J. T. Carter and;
Miss Bessie Carter, of : Danville, Va.
■:..■ ■ ■ - . '-*•';• . '■
Miss Eunice Palmore" and Miss ;" Marie
Koch, of east Grace street," left yesterday.
afternoon for Pinners-P oint, where they
will remain four or five days. ; *•
'■"- ■ ••«-..-- • ■ ' ■-■■' . I
: Mrs. E. 0. -McCully, of : Danville,-; has
sent' out: announcement cards of -the ! rnar-^
riage of her daughter, -Miss^Mabel'-f-c-
Cully. . to- Mr: - Emerson" R. Loomis;; for
merly of this city, but now of Danville.
The wedding ; took place Wednesday.
::.-*": »: ;> » - ■"■'■■ ■'■'■ . .r. r - ■'. ■■- . ■
Mr. Morton Mcllwaine Dukhart, of Bal
timore.' was the" guest ;6f Mr. E^ G.:. Booth,
Jr.; this week. He left Tuesday for Stauh
ton; to friends.
Mrs. . A.^W.;Bennett. and her daughter,
Miss '•'"■• Esther; 1 have" gone %io i: Montreal;
Canada, to spend August'- and Septern-'
ber. -'■. , -
-; : :. r ■/:.■. ; : ; J/c*--,*:i^;'}V- : :''.- v' T '.^ ■'■' '
•Miss:. Esther Tunstall. . daughter '"'of Mr/
and ": Mrs."- , J : '■-. R. ,Tunstall, . 0f..: Burkeville/-
Va:; ' !s \ visit ing - her ; sister, Mrs. E.- v c! i
\Vilburn, ;dt 1126 Bainbridge street v -rd l
r**L.j;ASSi^Sia»<MiK>-.ri^-t^.y-- JI -- J --'''^.«'.-^ ■ •' * . ..... . . -
87 Yards Garter! Elastic, Was IQt
and I2^c;, for sc. Yard.- : -
; One. lot of Aluminum Hairpins Ap
for,- dozen . . : .'.'.;.'; ::y.c r :v '.■/?■.•:'. .??**
Black Spool Silk for ic/spool.^'; v :
3V2 inch Satin Taffeta Ribbons, One
Shads Only, Was !9c, for
{Cc, Yard! . ■"-,.
165 yards Fancy/Ribbons, were jrpt _
29 and 35c., for, yard v.t ':■:-?:. 'j. f&b
7 One lot of Satin Ribbons,, sold for.
8 and ioc.",fo"r/: .."';.-: .-. : ;.-:-. '.'V.'. . &.**:
Men's Black Silk leek, Scarfs for
fOe,
44 Men's White Lace" Front /*£*/*
Shirts,' were $1 25, for.. . ': . . '. '. \Csl».
63 Ladies' Fancy Satin Band Bows,
soiled, from display, were 25c, +> n
f0r;:...........:.:..:........-
Ladies' Pure Linen Hsmsiitchsd
";'. Handkerchiefs.
are among the' Handkerchief odds *$ _
and ends to-day for, each : :. «3l#
.Ladies' all line Initial Handker- o —
chiefs, each.: :.. . . . .... . ; . -'••• ••'
Lace Handkerchiefs that jpfUf*
were 19c. are now. . >. *"* I^**
Lot of Paper Back Novels, sush as
you have paid sci for, are here
; to-day for 2c, each.
: ; 500 Cloth-Bound Books, amongst them
books by Careys Duchess, and some; of
Marlett's German Translations, 19 q
and'2sc. books for, each. . .... . . :;:
'45 -' Boys' Straw Hats, the 50c. ones
'.';■■;.. 'are. 2sc.- :._
One Lot "of Boys, Washable <57>»
Suits worth to 85c. for . . . ■ ... . «««
- Boys' Suits, sold for $2. 50 rtjr > o
and. § 2. 75,, choice ..- ... . . V/^O
Boys' Cheviot Wool Pants, in sizes
13, 14, and 15 years, to be ppra r
closed out to-day f0r . '. ... . : ... «** «
Among the Friday Bargains will be
found on tha Third Floor Lace
Curtains
that were $1.25" and; 51.50 will no
be sold for, per pair. . ..-....-: • yy 1 *
Fancy Silkoline Draperies that g _
were 12 1-2 C, per yard... . . . :: . . °**
; Dotted j and Figured ■ Curtain
Swiss, 10 and 12 I-2C. quality to-^
day, per yard. :...........•• • • • -;%f. H
Lot of Ingrain Hearth Rugs that
were 75c. will be 25c,
Remnants of Linen Warp Mattings,
25 and 30c. qualities for, per JQq
yard, v . . . . . ... • - •■ • * * / **
Tapestry. Carpets, slightly <Q[2f*
water stained, 85c. quality for.- y^V
.HQUSEWAItEv:
will have' no, home here shortly. Every
conceivable thing in this line you may
need you are sure to find it here at half
price. Lots of odds and ends of every
conceivable kind are out for the special
prices... ;~ .
after" a pleasant "stay of ten days, at Vir
ginia Beach. -,-,' •
.... '. . / . *.* *
Miss ' Helen ■ Jones, . of Rapidan. passed
through the city yesterday, and.; spent
last night as the guest of Miss Josephine
Tyler. ..'-,.'
' ' : ' ' - , * * *. ' . •
Mrs., Bohannan and daughter left Tues
day evening for ' Lynchburg. where they
will remain the. .rest of the summer.
Miss Olive Anderson; left last week for
Wilkesboro, :N. C, wiiere she .will re
main until* September 1. __ • -'. •
* - ' " ' * *' '*:' ' ~
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dillard left yes
terday for Blackstone, Va.
;..-•'• * ■ •;.'■•" ■"
Miss Lillie McKeefrey, niece of Father
McKeefrey, has returned to her home,
Brooklyn. N. Y. .•
■•■- -. .-. - .• „.+
''Mrs. 8..M. Baughan and daughter, Mrs.
J. A. Quesenberry, • are -visiting Mr. P.
M. Goodwin/ of Gordonsville, Va:
". *" :" '-i ' : ■? ' , -.. V--*.. - ■ *V ■ ."
Miss Mamie Reardon has been spending
the week at Old "Point: '
.Mrs. Lamar Pound and family left the
city 'yesterday for' several weeks.'
"'" - '- »> ;* •.' ;
Miss Alice Currie, of Brook Road, is
spending the month of August witlv Miss
Myrtle Andrews, in Caroline county!
■'"■ ■ • ■■- ■'• '■' •' V* ■■
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Booker, -of
Newport -News, ■ are registered •at the Eu-.
tav/ House, Baltimore. "' :• ■ . ;
■ ■-.......-.-. • - .*■■■'-*■ ■■. ■ -■•--. ■ ■'
„ * -
Mr. William E. Ashby and Mrs. Maria
L. Hodges, of; this^cjty,; 'were Vmarried
yesterday^ afternoon at 3; o'clock"- by/the
Rev. J. O.Babeock, pastor of the"; Fair
mount- Avenue Methodist :" church: -"
" . ' *. *" * - .-" ' " :.■ ■
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winfree left yester-!
day for Greensboro, N..C, to be away for
a month. ; . ■ . '...-'." --V
-■.''.■ ■ ' '--■■ * ." • . . .'-' :
Miss Margaret .B. Stringfellow will'
leave to-day for the Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, 1 "where' 1 , she .will
join her -father,. Major. Charles S. String-".
fellow.^ . j.- "- ■•.-,• ,- ■v; ■,■■ "..-; ■,■•.'.-'-■ : "*T *- ;
... - -.. ■ -V.." - > ','■:•■:■?.": \ t '■''■ '-- -
; Miss gj Nellie . May | Johnston;* * who has
been ; visiting in NewjTork and, other
Northerncities, returned to' the city ;, wed
nesday. . ' . '• :-V " .:. ■• , •
: Mr. Henry Grlmmell . entertained several
of his friends- Monday evening ..-: at 'the ;
Italian Club, on ; Cary ; Street Road: ; i The"
cliib r is run-by/Mr.iand Mrs. Chiara- Gil
lio. assisted by ..-. Mr. ; and ''■ Mrs. Zi ■ Dante..
■ Mr. ; Grimm'eli; j accotnpaiiiedjb'y ; his {sister, 1 '
leaves to-day for Salt JLake City ; ;:
:■,. - - - '• • * * * ' " *
--i Mrs.^W. ■■■.: A. vWatkins; andi ; Miss Mar-!
garet^Vatkins^S'Jeft^ yesterday-, for; thf
-\Vhite V Sulphur ' Springs." ■'-•;y*- , -'-. : ?/ ' : . : -> ; ';■
'■::?* ''■:' ■■^•'":': : ,*:=;»u»j,?^;. ;.v-;.'v- ; :> <r : .
left^yesterday^tbTspendtthe;' summer -at:
their- country/ ' home / in >• Halif ax - : -y a; : ■ ",
\:Mlss /BeMiev.Cafrington^hWhV^'hasi^'been
at] the fWhitel Sulphur^ Springs; 'foriseveral?
iWeeWsJrrhassreturnecl'ihome and is no^v
staying a^Forfst^^^J^^Carrihgton's''
■ . '.: b •■'-•■. ■ m . ■ -■
sister, left yesterday .for ', the .White 'Sul-
Don^n'ls th^^^g
brother, -' Mr. M.'K.'Donnanr in Peters
burg.
•*"■■"'"* -i-'-v -'. :■'*.'.' .-" ■ •-'!.* ■'»'■*' i -' ■' ■'- '■--,' r ; --'■'^'^'■''■:^ ''''''■
i;iMr;.N end^ Mrs. "William /Bllisoh;^ of i?ll
eastwFranklin streets left yesterdayyfor
Bramptbn, Ontario, ■ via.^Buffalo;and:Nlag
ara'^Falls.; They,; expect to jbe; absent if rom
".thcV.cjty.i' aboutv'twd«mbnths..;^.;. :^v;.;-^;£>^
'; ■ v \ r ''■■■-'•' r *-.*■-. '-'"•" .■'■-,—, . -- .-■ ■-.*•'■ *
i : Miss ;Aniiie:/Reinhart' and ,Miss r ,Bessie
Reinhart/daughtersof Dr.' Relnhart, have
>etur'ned;from .N-";C.;"after>a
pleasant stay witli ~ her 'friend, Mrs. N.
P. Bul.v_.; "■: ' ■"■',;■.■'--' .'■'"' ' ' • ■ V*' 1
;■.;'.- .-'■"■>-: '■ -■ .-.'■,-*■ m ' ■*■' •:-•.;■ '. .",•'■-;
?.•; Dr: Merrett -left the city yesterday"af
ternoon and vrill- not ''return 'iuntll; Sep
tember Ist. ■ , :■-,' '...-"-•"•".'••■■;•.•■ ."■'.' Vi" v.
r-^ '. '■• '■/■' - ■"*??» -■'• ' ■ '■'"'' ■'■■'• - ; '-'
'l Dr. R.E.- Franklin -left Richmond yes
terday; evening for Mountain .Top >: Hotel,,
[where :. he will ' spend the rest ' of "August.
■ " '■',- '■'■■*■«■ •• ' -' ' lv* ' : - -■
1 Mrs. AY. Gillespie, who has been.; visit-:
ingr'in Havre de Grace. Md... hn's returned
to the city, accompanied by. her mother,
Mrs.' Lillian -Cross: ;;'.." ' ■ :'/'-'
■•■' '■". -'- ': -■ * V" * ' ■ . . . "'" ' ' !'•'• ' ,
" Miss Ida "Gibbons; will leave Monday.
next;for Atlantic City. . ' ■ ' .
The Chatham correspondent of. the Dan
ville; Register writes. the following: Mrs.
K:";.D. Lyons: arid .Miss Lulie Lyons, of
Richmond, who have* been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Swanson for several days,
left Monday for 'New York,-: from which
place they will sail" for Europe in a few
days. Mrs. Swanson accompanied ":them
to.Charlottesville. on her' way to Monti
cello, to spend a few days.
- ■ . - . ♦ * ■
Mr. \ Preston Boisseau, of Dinwiddie
county, Va., was here to-day, in attend
ance upon the marriage of- his brother,
Mr: Sterling Boisseau, a former Virginian
now. of Charleston, S. C. "and Miss Mary.
Katharine: Druwry, of this. city.
JOHN NELSON SKIPPED '
DESPITE HIS BAIL BOND.
Charged AVith Burning; Jackson City
Gambling Houses— Sureties Must
Forfeit 90,000.
ALEXANDRIA'; VA., '-. August 7J-(Sper
cial.)— When the case of John Nelson,
charged with burning several gambling
housts in. Jackson .City, was called be
fore Judge J. M. Love in the Alexan
dria County Court this morning, a,sensa
tion was occasioned by the announcement
that the defendant had violated his bond.
It was soon evident that the. man had
.broken his'oath to return for trial.- Word
was received-, from Attorneys R. Walton
Moore, of Fairfax, and Charles Benheim
and Joseph Shillington, of Washington, to
the effect -that they no longer represented
the ; accused, as he had disappeared.
Judge Love apparently made no effort to
conceal his indignation, as he had exer
cised great clemency in admitting. Nelson
to bail. ■ The favorable' action .of the
Court- on the petition 'was . strenuously
opposed by '■ '■ Comrnonwoalth's-Attomey
James E. Cl'emerits, who' stated ..this
morning- that he was hot at all surprised
at the result/ which,' he said, was -a ful
fillment of- his prediction. .. - ' . ":■ ;,•
In addition to Mr. Clement's, Attorneys
Edmund -Burke, of Washington, ' and
Samuel G. Brent, of this 'city, -were on
hand to. conduct the prosecution.' On re
ceiving, the statement of the former coun
sel-;for. Nelson, 4 Judge Love, at once di
rected an order to be entered forfeiting
the sum of $6,000 bail, which was fur
nished by John Harlow and William Dun
can: The Court also issued a capias for
the arrest of the fugitive. The instru
ment was placed in the hands of Sheriff
Palmer, who. states that he will make
every effort to apprehend the accused. .
Nelson- was arrested: several weeks ago,
charged with burning down several gam
bling-houses in Jackson City belonging to
Frank Foster, Charles E. Sanderson, and
others. .When', the Sheriff went to arrest
Nelson he had : escaped, and ■ Governor.
Montague- had to be called upon for.- a
requisition to get him from Washington,
where .he had: gone. The case has at
tracted a great deal of -attention: . The
fire which' Nelson, is accused of starting
destroyed entirely one of the worst gam
bling dens in the State. : , . s . .
WRECK ON THE N. &W. -
" NEAR' MONTVALE.
\V"illinni'Sng-har, the -Colored Brake
jiian AVns Madly. Hurt— Line Was
•\ Blocked for Sine Hours. ■
ROANOKE.-VA:, August 7.— (Special. )—
William Sughar, -a colored brakeraan, was
badly hurt and the main lin-e of the Nor
folk and Western railway was- blocked
for nine hours to-day, by; the wrecking of
a freight train near.Montvale this morn
ing. The wreck was caused by the break
ing of a flange' on a car wheel.
A colored woman named Louise Fineley.
aged 55 years,' was found dead, in her
home ;' this morning, ; having- died -from
heart failure. r She lived alone, and had
not been seen since last week. ' Thw body
indicated that she had been dead several
days. • ' - ■■•'_■". , /
MORGAN &.CO. BUY
L. : -A N. RY. STOCK.
Well Grounded Report Tliat the
Firm Has Purelinsed a Block: of "';
200.000 Shares.
.: NEW YORK, August' 7— The unusual
strength activity of Louisville and
Nashville- shares to-day gave . rise; to a
variety of rumors, the substance of. which
was that the : trouble which grew out
of the attempt to: corner, the stock last
spring- had been settled in a way, satis
factory to all concerned. These rumors
were confirmed in. part rby -persons in
authority, but nothing, like a definite
statement on subject was obtainable."
August. -Belmo.nt, chairman of tht Louis-,
ville . and; Nashville road," and- Samuel
Spencer,- president of the; Southern rail
way,'" conferred ;with. representatives of
J. .P., Morgan & ; Co. during the. day: and
the return to town of John W. Oat'ds,
coupled with' his protracted visit to Mor
gan & Co.'s office, were regarded" as of
more; than ■ passings importance. 1 . : '• -
The story most persistently circulated
was .that Morgan ■■& Co., who are believed
to hold 150,000 . shares of - Louisvil'e and"
Nashville, for, which they jiaid about" 130,
according to report,: have i agreed:: to! buy,
the Harris-Gates holdings, estimated at
something, like 200.000 shares, for 150.
: Questioned :on : this point, : a member
of the Morgan firm said: ""We. are not" In
a; position' to say anything about | Louis
vllle.and Nashville, but there fare no dif
ferences,, and there, will be none." ■ N
-Coincident with the movement, in the
Louisville and Nashville,- was the sharp
rise* in Illinois Central; Hocking Valley
issues, and. Nashville, and Chattanooga.
So far as-^surface indications went,^no
thing developed to -connect; the; movement
in these - stocks ■ with the S reported settle
ment in Louisville and* Nashville.
ENGLISH TENNISIVIEN LOSE:
The Americans Capture Three r of
Ponr Matches— LarneC- a Loser.
• -NE W, YORK;-; August v 7.— The':' team 'Jof
.the.-.. Amfirinanvlawn .tennis- experts :, suc
cessfully defended^, the Dwight Davis .In
ternational Challenge % Cup ; to-day, on I the
courts of the-. Crescent: Ahletic Club., Bay
Ridge. They : defeated - the "^challenging
Englishmen ; in : the '} four; matches r of t the
singfe'.by, three victories; andrsufferedone
defeat. .-.:' ::"■'-' -'■;■ ',- '"■■■:' .-: :: - .'■-
T llllamVA:f"Larned.-?'.the'.na'ti6nal^cnain-
Pion..was,the'only;.player on, the American
team to': succumb , to S the % playingi of ? the
He r was beaten : by '• R F
Doherty;^who': formerly,; held Hhe^chami'
Pio nshi P !of -< all .; ; ■■England: .: > Malcolm- D?
: i 'Vnitman,'.:Vth t e:;- unbeaten 's American •, title
liplder..:beat:pr. l vpirnr and- R.%.F. >Doherty^
|i fl F 1 l? d s on} y ; victory^was;scoredagainst :
jj r.-_ Pirn. i Six thousand :, people i were • pres-
iiAijßEljS^
Xbrf olkJ* Crack Teniila Plnyer^Can
not Win Sonthern Championship.
V ATLANTA;- GA^/AugusnT.— Theieseml^
\nnals -in .the South Atlantlc;terinls itouraa
!pent^were|»playied-llto r day^Natl,Thorn^
meet of lnfthS
nnaislto-morrow.i.'andithel.wlnMriwUlSlja'
.:.'. ■> :~ .V : '- \
f||||^EBfPLO'rMKNT,>WAHTS. -
aU^^. ' ' r - „ ' ~.^
?^Wlieft v prei«ntßdi at r: tie " Dispatch'^ o<mnt«V
f ncoorapanled ""by.:, tie § caah, w.'.'KMiployuiont
ji"Want«,^?;;'-'Room».- for -.Bent,"^ 1 "Waatt*
\ Booms," VBoardera 1 Wanted," ; "Boird^Want;,
iea^Ji'Los^SfrayeoL^or "Stolen;'- .wilipeiia-.
■ lerted, ; properly / classified, 25 1 words i or | lets, ;
;for? r 2sc.;Teach^insert!on; .^.additional Sworos,"
ilc^each;s IF =5 CHABOED i'ON^ OUKaBOOKS/
60 CENTS; FOR '■ ONE-HAUPCINCH SPACE. !;s*
■.''-'.■■ir:f: '.:.::.. WANTED, S." '.£
EXPERIENCE AHORSE v COLLAR i : CUT
ters:-■'-reliable: and . Bteady ; 3 references. ■ P.
BRYSON -I ■•:: MILLIKIN -- : - &/c0.. - : No. r : 1113
Light : street^. Baltimore,- Md../ '
z'.y -"■-._ ;i;^: ; : ; :,V-- \a.\i '.BrF.SU&Tu3t ,-j.::
y- ■-,>■=:■''■/ ; :. v:;;'WASTED;^ i c'' ; ~ : : ■■ : ' ; -~~~
CAPABLE MAN AS 'ASSISTANT FLOOR
Manager.' ;; Must' have experience, in retail
dryrgoods j trade'. 1 -and J furnish: good: refer
ences." 'Applications : must*; be made - I>^
letter; stating; experience,- etc. :' ■ ■ •-■-£.-*•;■'-■
.: -; :, ; miller :&;hhoads.
au:B-6t V. . ..'; Richmond. Va. :
-'■..- ' ; ;; ■••.-.■.■■•■; WANTEDi':^-' '.■-:'■'■■••■"'':'"'■•'■•■'
BOY.FOR OUR TYPEWRITER REPAIR
Department.'- One 'withJimechanical; turn
preferred; Chance uto ■ learn'-. 'good •. payinß
trade.- -TYPEWRITER DEPARTMEN^
SOUTHERN V STAMP •& " STATIONERY
COMPANY.. ■ ' P :: A. : a." ■BF&Su2t*.-.»
. : ; .-. / '.: - ' WASTED.? - .-.r, .
BY A YOUNG : LAD Y r OF.: CONSIDERA
bIe experience, a-position to 'Teach :m ; pri
vate' or public ■ schools. Qualifications:
English, "V German, : iLatin,^ '.-Mathematics,
and Music.;' Best "of .references given. -Ad
dress - (Miss) .-A^iM..- Charlottesville._ va.,
care General Delivery.; , au 1--1
■- ■'■-' ■'■■-. ■-..--- v "WANTED, ■" '-:■'-- '■' ; -
STENOGRAPHER, .-EXPERT..: W I T-H
lots -of business 'experience, will loav-e
present position". (objects vto,« location) to
accept another.""; Start 1 %on ! $lO weekly.
SOUTHERN STAMP AND STATION
ERY COMPANY..- . ;,;.-: • .;?u S-2t*
■ ■:.;"■ -, .^WANTED, *- \ i;
STENOGRAPHER, FOR -.; BIG - INSU
rance company; ;good pay. Apply, by.let
ter or in person. 'SOUTHERN STAMP,
AND STATIONERY COMPANY.
■•■-.:■- r --:, - ■"■-}-•:■ ■. ■ ■ aus-2t*
• :■■■-';■■ " ; : wanted;- -■■■ ' ■'•■.""'- - ;
by young lady position as sten
ographer:' willing : ' to' > start; on small
salary. Apply to J. P.. T., Room SS. Mur
phy's Hotel. :..■'. ; . :"v-:';, au7-2f
"VVANTED.:
AN -EXPERIENCED SHOE SALESMAN
for Southwest Virginia. One who'atthis
time is selling Shoes in: the! road and com
manding a good trade, but is ambitious
to increase his sales by r better facilities,
desired.
We carry several Specialty .Advertised
Lines, and are ourselves ■ manufacturers,
beside being large Jobbers. . .
Excellent opportunity for Salesmen of
ability and . reliable habits to secure a
good line.. . • -
Address." giving, age. experience, annual
sales, and references. " . . . .
.. DIXON," BARTLETT CO.,
au 6-W,F&Su5t ' '\ .Baltimore, Md.
. ' WANTED.;
FOR UNITED STATES: ARMY ABLE
bbdied, unmarried men between ages of,
21 and '3s,-; citizens of United States; of
good character. andtemperate habits, who
can speak; read, and write English. For
information apply to RECRUITING OF
FICER,^IIO' east Broad; Richmond. Va.
i; . , ' - ju 2-W,F&Su39t
WANTED,
FIRST-CLASS BAR .TENDER FOR OUT
of town: good : wages, to- right man. Ad
dress Post-Office Box 233. au S-F&Su
BUSINESS WANTS.
TO RENT, BY SEPTEMBER IST. A
Medium-Size .Dwelling: •centrally located.
Address HOME-SEEKER, care Dispatch.
•-■ - ■■: "-.'•-• : -- ' . ■■'■- ' au 2-6t
WANTED,
BOARDERS FOR SEVERAL ROOMS.
furnished- or ' unfurnished; ."home com
forts" ; best of tablejt fare. Also table
boarders desired. Apply 209 east Grace.
• -. - ■;.-. - • • au S-lt*
wasted,:
two gentlemen ' to occupy
nicely-furnished - room : first floor; private
bath; with board. ..First flat in Madison
building, south" Fifth: street. Also table
boarders.' - " >••-.- r .- .' . au S-3t*
WASTED,
A SECOND-HAND, ONE-HORSE. FOUR
whefel;truck wagon, ; in good, condition.
Please -state where can be-. seen. Address
Post-Office Box No; IS6, Richmond, Va.
■ . . . . au S-lt*
; SIIECIAL NOTICE.
MODEL' "A", MANHATTAN; FOR A
limited time."- The New- Model No. 9 now
ready; call to see It. Both built for ser
vice and convenience, .on the lines of the
oldest • and -best known 'machine. "Re
built" machines, Parts,. Repairs, and Sup
plies.' ' .: :i ' ■ -
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE,
803 East Klain Street.
an 2-lm
. «OHN A; WATEBS & C 0...
ENGINES BOILERS.' . GENERAL"-MA
CHINERY. AND MINING OUTFITS.
Office, Repair- Works and Storage-Rooms,
liV> AND : 17% S. EIGHTH STREET.
RICHMOND, VA.
Warehouse and Factory. Manchester, Va.
AGENTS FOR ERIE ENGINE-WORKS.
, Sectional 1 Asbestos and Brine Pipe
. . Covering; Mineral Wool. Boiler
'.- : - - . Cement, &c. ■
ESTIMATES FURNISHED.
. , PLANTS INSTALLED.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY
. fe2 BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Typeyvriters*
lypewritcrs rented $3 per month. All Taznt ■.
exctiangsd, repaired; bought and sold. Supplis- »
for all typewriters.' rßiboons tliat do not fill tl ;
type. Carbon • Paper • that does not smpi.
'•"hones -New, Sgs: old. -i^." Tweltc Six Main.
SOUTHERN STAMP AND STATION ES.Y CU
• '. ■•••'•"-. ; !' "'■:■: : : '- ; ap 24-6 m .
~i\LL » iiiOZJT-FOR MORETUAN iiALF A Cl.: .
' S^^^^P® JtUMAN BODY.
WSiaHT'SINDIAN'VEaETABLE PILL CO.; Ncr/VcrV
: ; -mo l^Tu&K 1
declared the champion, of the South At
lantic States, as Coleman Ward, of Bir
mingham,- \has notified, the management
that - h-e twill riot appear to : defend his
title. Following, are -the; results' to-day:
■:-■:■ • ; ' -'■.:?■■■ SINGLES.; • '
• Williams, defeated-Grant— L-6^fi-0: 6-4.
Nat Thornton defeated Broyles— 6-S; 6-4;
6-1. - . . ■"' / :> ."■"-: ; ". ■■:■'■
- -DOUBLES.
Rogers:, brothers '.-.defeated •■ Byrd" and
Tichenor— 6-4; 11-13:, -6-1. .■.':. -_.
• 'Angier,' and » Williams- defeated ' Scott, and
Agelasto— 7-5;;' 6-3. ; "'. : -, •'-." .. "■ '
'■. Rogers- brothers 'defeated Seibles and
Warren— 6-4; ; . 6-3. •■; ' v . ; ■■.:'■ .-;.-,
FIELDTRIAL ASSOCIATION.
Meeting: of )Xew Organization to Be
;•-■'■> Held TSis Evening.
The Virginia ; Field ''Trials Association,
recently organized -in ; ' this city, will hold
a meeting at T.; ; W".' Tignor's v Sons, Main
and r Thirteenth'; streets;.: this v evening ; at
8:30 o'clock.*' : The '''ass'ocia'tio'n invites, all
sportsm'en 1 : in i the. city." to -attend* the meet-^
ing, : - dog ■: owners 'i or . not, and \ x.o
become members," ; with - the . vi ew Jto pro
moting, sporting^ in ;the;State and the'pre
servation: and protection of ygame." :-■ '
tit is: expected'.^ that:' a:i large number « of
'i members : from := various: parts; of the State
;willibe i elected f to-night.tand-' the associa
:tion:placed'on-a;firm basis. ;~; ~ . r- il
CAPTAIN STOKES TO
GO MRHILIPPJNES;
Leave* Richmond fqr^ a Visit to - His
JHome in 'Soutli Carolina— Will
> , SttilSepteinber.lOtli. •. ; '. ' : :
4 Captain MaTcusiDrStokei, of. the!. Tenth
ReiHment^UnltedS^
siding' at No. 10 \ south ■s ßeservoir street,"
left yesterdays tor; a x visit': to his native^
StaTe.^Soilthft'carblinai-lpre^
going^tostheiPhilipplnesyforsservlce^^He 5
risiVacoorapanledJiby a his vwife? and;: Infant
LThrey^expectUotisailifrpmvSahfFra.nclsco
IpaUhe .16to?of; September;?
" : :■" ' \ ■
frSWHKNsREAI/: ESTATE llS ; SOliD ''TO^i
i fAXESgFORITHE I CURRENTS CAl^Pj-^
iDAR^TEAB>?ARE iTO :3E i^AXD^PgO ;
mATA^BTfITHE VENDORT AND^i THBj
•^VENDEE., - {■
; GEORGE : W^ MAYO^Auctloneer, 4-4
' '-•-. '■ 1205 East Main Street.
R' ; OLL-TOP ' ; rDESKS:J-^^AT^rOP
DESKS. REVOLVING, AND, OFFICE
■CHArRSncOFFICE^TABLESjI; &c.; _; AT.
I willsellifor accountof J. r._
Murdock. -receiver atilo:S>' A: r M-, ■ ■' ■
- ,\W- FRIDAY.^AUGUST? B. vIOO^- -^ ,
1 Oak Roll-Top ,Desk;J 2; Oak "Flat-Top
:Desks,*'l f : Oak' Table.-: 3 vßevolvlng Chairs.
Office'^Railing, :Offlce:Chairs and. other
office fixtures. . '.V . '.:>..•:■-; : '■ -^i ~ -. . ' '•_•'-.
:.-:' ■-.';-!l'7: -'■■ :;•■ . A...E.MATO. r Proprietor. -
GEORGE' H. VALENTINE, Salesman.
"; v'V^:. >-' •;. ;j ;' -- au6-2t. ' : -'^: : v :•-'■■ •:"' ' ;
:■:"■-' *:George"W; Mayo. -Auctioneer, -
:•;• ... : . 1205 east Main."-' -.;_■-..'. :
our /regular tit ltrsday_ sale
postponed until to-morrow,
W v; FRIDAY, AUGUST S. ; 1302. -
OILCLOTH,-: RUBBER HOSE, STAND
■ ING DESK. IRON BEDS. KVB ARD
ROBES. FURNITURE, ETC..
:-■ ■■_ . AT AUCTION.
•"I" I .will' sell at my auction housef at 10:30
A. M:, ■ -' ■-■ . .•.-■'-..".■ ' ■■ '
-FRIDAY.: AUGUST 8. 1902. • , -.
35 Rolls of New Oilcloth. 500 -feet Cotton-
Covered Garden Hose. Standing Desk. 3
Iron' Beds, 4 Wardrobes.; 6 Chamber Suits.
l.Parlor Suit. Oak Lady's -Desk. Couches.
Lounges; 4 Sideboards. Chairs. Rockers.
Bureaus/ Washstands., Bedsteads. Springs.
Mattresses. Hat Racks. Matting. Carpet.
Cooking Stoves, and numerous other ar
ticles.: >.' I A. R. MAYO. Proprietor..
'Geforge H. Valentine. Salesman. s
■ .; .■...'• . ; au7&3
By the Valentine Auction Company. .
V 612 east Broad street. . •.
WALNUT' AND OAK WARDROBES,
-WALNUT AND OAK CHAMBER
SUITS. OAK SIDEBOARDS AND
HALL RACKS. PARLOR FURNI
TURE. LACE CURTAINS. I
'„ ETC., AT AUCTION. -
We .will sell at our. auction wareroom.
612 east Broad street. ■
THIS' ( Friday) MORNING. AUGUST
. . : STH, AT 10:30 O'CLOCK,.
5 Walnut and Oak Wardrobes.' 1
Extra' Finvs 10-Piece Oak Chamber Suit,
several Fine Oak Sideboards. .2 --Pretty
Parlor Suits (good as new), 2 Hand-Made
Walnut Chamber Suits. . 2 Oak China-
Cases, 4 Pretty: Oak Chamber Suits. Oak
Frame Bed. Lounge (good one).. Lady's
Oak Writing Desk, lot of Toiletware. 16
pairs 'Fine Lace Curtains. Oak Extension
Tables. Enamelled Iron Beds. Pictures,
Fine -Hand-Made Walnut Etoirge, ■ Cane-
Seat and Wood-Seat -Chairs and Rockers.
Old Mahogany Sideboard.- 20 Mattresses
and- Springs, Fine Folding. Bed with' mir
ror, front- and Hair Mattress, and other
Household Furniture, etc., -'etc. ''"■'■-* - •'-■
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
au S-lt - "-..- Auctioneers."
: AMUSEMENTS.
CROWDS FIiOOK THJBKE.
': TO-NIGHT «:«O.
MATINEE TO-MORROW.
AGREAT SHOW!
■'Next Week:
Willard's Temple of Music
ARTHUR BUCKNER.
|>;BI(JGJBk & DREHEE,
and others,
- ■. au S-lt
Tfag Confederafa ffiuseam
Open aaJly from 8 A. il. to i P. M.
•Admission. 25 c«nta. Fr3e on Siturdaya
de 18-ly
WEST END ELECTRIC PARK,
NATATOKIUM,
TOBOGGAX-SLIDE,
' MERUY-CO-ROUXD.
RATHSKELLER.
Open' from 6 A. M. to midnight daily,
except" Sunday. ;
Take any car going^ west. No transfer.
One fare. JelO-Tu.W.Th.P.M tf
PERSOXAL.
July 27, 1002.
I HAVE THIS DAY QUALIFIED AS
administrator of. the. estate .of Mrs.
JUDITH C. ROBINSON. '- All persons
having claims against . the estate will
please present the same to me for pay
ment. All claims due the estate must be
settled at once.
EDMUND CHRISTIAN,
. .' Administrator.
:Buell Post-Office. Norfolk county, Va.
au 7-lw ' .•
LOST. STRAYED. AIVD FOIJXD.
STRAYED. FROM MY HOME. ONE
SHORT-HORN JERSEY COW. Reward
if returned to M. D. OETERS, on ■ west
Beverly street, near New Reservoir.
„ • • . , . - au-S-lt*
MEETINGS
■VIA SONIC NOTICE. -DOVE, „
LODGE.— The members of EO^E^IA
LODGE, No: 51, A. F. and A. M-X>f
will attend the stated communica-, ■ H
tion of their lodge at th-e ilasonic Tem
ple on THlS. ( Friday) EVENING. August
B,' 1902. at '7:3o o'clock.
Members of sister lodges and transient
brethren are fraternally invited.
■By, order of the W; M.
' - BEN T. AUGUST.
auS-lt , : Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEEETING OF THE
stockholders of THE WATKIXS-COT
TRELL COMPANY will be held at the
office of the company. No. 1311 east. Main
street. Richmond, Va.. on' TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 2D. at 12 o'clock! .
-. . W.S.ROBERTSON.
: jy3t-tf ' " President.
IIS
Sra|eK
The reason VHT-GIT-OL is the best
Creator of strength, the best blood
purifier, and the best nerve tonic, is
that it contains in the proper propor
tions the very best medicines used in
such cases.
It contains medicines used every day
by ttha best doctors. . It 1 is palatably
combined and :doea not In any ; way.
derange the : digestive ;- organs, as : do
most "similar preparations;'
: "People every day tell us .that- VIN
GIT-OL has . done them so . much good.
It is" the ' best : tonic ' you can • possibly
get. -It builds up. 'and makes ".-.: you
strong, and ■ creates ."normal appetite.'
SI.OQ;
'„: prepared only, by
T. V A. : MTCT.'SB;^Pharmacist,
''V 519 East 'Broad; Street;
/ ':>.: MCHMOND^
W. E. : AXMSTSONG^* {CO.V
Arin^WM
■ •
■■AVCTIOJt 3 AI.E»--Katii*e Day ».
"vWHENIR^L^ESTAT^J^SOLD^rHE
1 I'AXES ? FOR '.THE I CURRENT ? CALEN
tDAR .TEAR :aRB<TO BB : PAID PRr
RATA ; BY . THE -VENDOR AND THE
SENDEE/ - ;"' • -.' - '-. '- ;. :
:B: By -C. L. &H. h. Derioon. :
Real Estate ARent3 and Auctioneers
■ . S2l Main street.
A' UCTION SALE '?■ •'*
■^ ■ . . .OF* .
Neat Brick and Frame Dwell
ing and Brick Carpenter
Shop,
LOCATED ON, HENRY STREET. BE
TWEEX BROAD AND MARSHALL
STREETS. :
. T\'e will sell at public auction, on.. tha
premises, on
MONDAY. AUGUST 11. 1302.
«at 6 o'clock P. M. 1 , the abora property
The Dwellinar is a very neat T\vo-BcorV
Brick and Frame structure, and win
makea comfortable home or excellent in
\-estment for renting. The brick buildi"*
i3 especially suitable for a builder for
shop purposes, and la now occupied hv
Mr. R. .E. Elmore: " -■' ■ - *
TERMS:-. Easy, -and will be announced
on day of sale, j
-'■ C. L. & H. L. DEXOON.
au 7-tds Auctioneers.
■^V'^KEAL ESTATE AGEXT3.
House and
Machine Movers.
W" E beg to announce that
■>,„_ ...,„ we are now prepared to
WdsM. move houses. ' Mr. W.
M. Cole, son of the late W. A. o.'
Cole, has charge of this depart
ment and will give the same care
and attention to all business en
trusted to us that his father did.
We also move all kinds of heavy
machinery and do general haul
ing.
GOLES' EXPRESS,
Clarence Wyatt,
Proprietor.
1316 EAST CARY STREET,
Phones New, 226 ; Old, 579.
.Q»(jy 30--W,F,a:Su-3m)
gg AMOS CO. arekh own fp|
Sg to k e e p fi r s t-class W*
il PIANOS at prices chea a
td mi Table Instruments^
: they supply ,v nsurpassed |
for tone and touch, says
g^atchless in brilliance: ||
fffl'it is clear, power anciM
ill sweetness is their ide»a
ORGANS are. shown infy
great perfection at 1 19^
E. Broad,a grandselectioi^
SHppf" Mncir ..'• 'classical aa<l. /&,
lICCL IVVUbIC, popular; they el]
show, instrumental and jjjj
vocal, wherever we g^
On mhininrr price nnd quality. jg\
O-mDimng.^ all confer, fCS
Manly 3. Ramos Com- %
..pany. command succes "
Carriages at Cost
.Having concluded "to enter largely
' in the mantif acture of
AUTOMOBILES, CARRIAGES/
and BUSINESS WAGONS,
I offer :my - entire stock of RUKA
bouts, stanhopes, surreys,
station : wagons, physi-
Icians' buggies; victorias.
TOP BUGGIES/ with fullest guar
[antee,"'-at manufacturers' , 'prices.
;/; : Als6,2 a variety of Seccnd-Hand
at very low ; price's to dose
/but t^mak^r^m/forimanufactux
|ing.^Call; and be convinced.
fW& Smith,
30^314 North Fifth Street

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