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ffIM||NTS,(«IND ENDS.AND LEFTOVERS
FROM UST FALL AND WINTER WILL CONSTITUTE THE
to-day. All of the last fall and winter stuffs are on odd and end
counters to-day to be sold as remnants. It's one of those money
ipsjhg days that occur aHhe opening of every seasbn.
Silks Arc- to Be Seid at Prices Like
These:
$1 -Black' Satin Duchess, pure >• & n
silk, for . '.-.■. <.. 7 .; : . . . . ;. .- v - **?-
Fancy Shirt-Waist Silk, pip
worth 45c, f0r . . . . ........
" Sx.2o^ Black Silk Taffeta r>f\ n
f0r........ .......... ••VC
20-inch Black Taffeta that sold «Q r
for 50c, for . ; . ...... :-■ 7 . . ■.'•:■ . .: ** { '
Solid-Colored Pure Silk Taf- «p-
fete f0r..... ........... ..."...■*?<?:
Hundreds of .Yards, of Colored Dress
Goods Are In the Remnant.
Pile To-Bay.
59c. All-Wool Serges for 37c.
20c. Cashmeres for 9 3-4 C.
75c. All-Wool Ladies' Cloth /TQ^
i Broadcloth that sold for $1 >»o_
Heavy Skirting Kersey that e*f\ n
sold for $1 f0r . ............... WY.
The 69c. Skirting Kersey pQfi
4-4 Woollen Cashmeres that tg*2hn
sold for 25c. are . . . . . . . . .... '/O'/w
Nuns-Veiling for 20c.
1 00 Pieces of Fine Black Dress
Goods in the Remnants,
All- Wool Clay Serge that 0 /'/)/)
sold for $1.50 for .;. tjiJ.yV
Satin Finish Venetian that b o*+
sold f0r.f1.50 for. - - - OOU
Oxford Serge that sold for 65 Aa r
and 75c, f0r. . . . • *£*•
Plain Thibet that, sold for r9&~
51.25 per yard f0r.:.... • •''*
Linen Damask by the Thousand
Yards. You ' May -Expect "to- ~
Find Most Anything at
Most any Price,
Heavy German Table Damask a p* _
f0r......................... 6&G
Heavy Bleached Table Dam- a/)**
ask, in 2- to 4-yard lengths, for */*/(*
Barnsley Table Damasks that were
51.50 per yard, in short <** /\/\
lengths,- f0r ..;..... ... . . % . V>i*VW
Turkey Red Table Damask, //}-»
lengths from 1 1-2 to 4 yards, for*«'«
Heavy Huck Towels, the 29 rn r
md 35c. ones, f0r.... :...*•'**
18-inch Bird-Eye Diaper for +&].*
per yard .... . .... . -. /**"
Absorbent Crash for ic. per yard.
fhe Domestics and Flannellef tes
from Last Season Are to Be
Sold Out To-Day. This Is
the Way We Will
Price Them,
Dark Fancy Fleeced . Outing : <*
or. WC
'4-4 French Percales for 4c.
/ Fancy Stripe Flannelette for sc.
• Brown Cotton for 3c.
Woollen Eiderdown for 3c.
Silk Ginghams for 10c.
Canvas Cloth.' for Be.
Dress Ginghams for 7 3-4 C.
Pillow-Case Cotton for Be.
Lace Stripe Chambrays for sc.
- Dimities and Batiste for 3 7-BC. .
Odd Lots sf Bed Coverings.
Full Size Heavy Crochet Quilts tsr^^
ior .... ........ yUG
Extra Heavy Unbleached po^
Sheets for ...«Ow
Double Bed Lambskin' Blan- o^-,
jts ........: 4oc
$5 Gray Wool Blankets, §3.25.
Extra Large Pillow-Cases for 7c.
f§6 Eiderdown Comforts for §3.50.
NOTES
OF
SOCIETY.
. Mrs. George A. Lyon and Mrs. C. P.
W r alf ord jj .will chaperohe the ■ excursion to
Natural. Bridge, which will be given, by
the Belle S. Bryan Day Nursery and Free
Kindergarten, tlbe first week in October.
The patronesses of the affair will be Mrs.
George i , A. Lyon, Miss Robinson, Miss
Annie Moore, Mrs. Gordon Wallace, Mrs.
J> P. Harrison, Mrs. Bland Cmith, Mrs.
Otway Allen. Miss Loulie Nolting,, Mrs.
Elizabeth Burfoot. Mrs.* James Caskie,
Miss Lizzie G rattan, Mrs. 'Herbert Clai
borne. Mrs: Randolph Wellford, Mrs. Ed
ward P. Oox. Miss Bessie" Hill, Mrs. James
Caskie, Miss .: Maria Blair, Miss Juliet
Lee. Mrs. James -Siiiton, ! Mrs. S. G. Wal
lace,, Mrs. Beirne Blair, Mrs.' John* Harri
son,/and Mrs. Harr>' Hazard.
: ■■•■ » • ■';?;.-. 1 ■" ■ '-
Miss Marj' Dean Scott and Mr. Walter
RussellShafer were married in the home
of the bride's sister, at Blowing Rock, N.
C.; Tuesday last, the Rev. A. A. Little
officiating. The announcement will beire
ceJved with much interests here,, as Miss
Bcott is the: daughter" of Mrs. J. P. Scott,
and is well-known- here. Her mother/ is
now visiting Mrs! Little, at Blowing Roclv.
MnShafer i>s the city attorney of Selma,
Ala., and Miss Scott met him while Vis
iting there, r :";
'Mr. William M. Habliston returned from
Europe' Wednesday, haying b'eezi ono of
the passengers on board the Columbia.
->Testeraay*E Baltiinore;, Sun says:
."Prcfessor Charles :: Woodruff .Shields,
who has been thV gutst ;of Rev. F. Ward
Dpnye, ; at t hey 'Baltimore'"* Country Club;
has : gone ' torßlchmond '( t ofla short visit
prior ■ top his - return : to : Princeton;-/ His"
book, /' •The>United V Church Unf thelUnited
Statc-%' : has ; attracted much 'attention for
Its; ecbqlarly! treatment- of /the: subject of
church -uhitsv^; Sometime 1 durinV the win
ter , he s will V.preach. preach ?onl thisV subject in . Stl
Mari^siProtestant'EpJscbpal^churcli,' Ro
laij(J!aveDue."-v:;-V ~--:'v/^:'\ l*-/:~i;.- :!■■*■ •■"'
:-"*... • ,*'-"'■ :':: ':
The; Woman'B^Exchaiigefehfeftirjusttre'
<^lved ; a ■ fall 1 supply : Jbl k beauti ful \ artlcl es,
nj^ ;theUadi^;ii^ charge ;wbuld!be gladj to
hays" theirJpatronß : inspect them; . Some of
thoee j whoj composel thelboardfof I the ; Ex^
.cbange's are ? Mrs; v G eorge 'i Street, ;■; Mrs: J.
a?^V«Uford. Mis, y^att,. Mr^lptway,^
How Is the Time to Buy Hosiery.
Ladies', Men's'y-and Childrens.
Stocks Are to Be Cleaned
Out. Thousands of Pairs
for fo-Day J s Sale.
All Are As Good
as Ever.
7 Ladies' Fast Black Hose for sc. :
Children's Heavy School Hose /•//-*,
f0r. ..... . . ...;.:......: :.;. : Wj?G
Ladies' Fine Hose, worth 20c, f/)A
pair, f0r . . . . ... .z.~. ......... ..*^^
Children's Hose, sizes 5 and 6 _
only, worth ioc, these sizes fori.^y
Summer and Winter Underwear. Ail
last Season's Stuffs Are to Be
Sold Like This;
Ladies' Fall Weight Vests, high neck
and Long Sleeves, are to be closed iA~
out f0r . . . . . ... .... ..... . . : . ::JUG
Ladies' 25 and 35c. Winter Weight
Ribbed Vests are to be closed out ef%^
for. ................... JBC
Ladies' Early -Fall Knit Vests * ■_
are to be closed out f0r . . . . . . . ... *rG
Children's and Misses' Vests for e% _
5 and..;... ..:........... ; OC
Ladies'. Fine Merino, non-shrinkable,
that sold for as high as 75c. m Om,
10r ...... ........ . ........tOC
Boys' Shirts and Pants to match
that sold at .39 and 50c. e%p*~
f0r .... . . . ................ '. : .*a9G
Dr. ..Wright's Boys' Fleeced-Lined
Shirts and Pants to match that «'f?L'
sold for 50c. are to be sold for.. &QG
Men's Department.
. 1,000 Fleeced-Lined Shirts for 50c.
The 50 and 69c. Heavy Knit Jer
sey Ribbed Shirts are to be sold <**% _
f jr. »^
Men's $1.50 Ribbed Woollen
Shirts and Pants are to be rt a /\f\
sold f0r . .......... ... ..... .0*. 6/ 1/
Men's Working Shirts, in solid Black
and Black and White stripes, $?/)-,
are to be sold f0r..............f 0r . ............. OUG
Men's TNegligee Stiff-Bosom Shirts,"
that sold for 75c. are to be sold ar\^
0utf0r......:......;.........5w
Thousands of Lining Remnants.
Fast Black Percaline/ that sold r/} ~
for 15 to 25c. are to be sold for. . * vG
Spun-Glass Black Lining that: jr/)^,
sold for 20c. per yard,. now . : '. ...SwG
Shrunk Canvas that sold for « 2/--,
12 i-2c, f0r. ... ...... . . . :. .'. . § 7»u
$3,000 Loss in Ready-Made Gar
ments. Ladies', Misses', and
Children's, Jast, as Good
as Ever, Only We Want
to Start the Season
With All Hew
Warss.
Ladies' All-Wool Suits,' in rt p* f\f\
Gray. Blue, and Black, for;. O Q*UU
Ladies' Fine Cloth Suits too &s\
that were §12.50 to §16, for oOoofc/
Ladies' All-Wool Skirts, in Black
and Blue, that sold- for- §5, ;*»; *» ~e*s\
$6, and s7, for .... . . . . . ... . 0C.34/..
Children's Coats that sold 0r pmrx
up to -ss, now f0r . . . . . . . . . . . tpi.QU
Children's Coats that sold tf« 9 c.n
up to $7 and §8, f0r.... .■..■.o.»»vfe/
Ladies' Flannelette pretty
effects, that sold up to 85c, **rz-,
f0r...... ...;..... ......... .^OG
len, Mrs. Charles Davenport, Mrs; S. W.
Travers, Mrs. Henry Wickham, and Mrs.
Randolph Cannon.
- -' ' * • * : , ' - ;
Miss Susie Harrison ] has returned | from
a pleasant' sojourn at Mrs. Jones's- cot
tage, at .Virginia: Beach;
-; _ - *"*•.,
Mr. Benjamin Grubbs^and family, and
Mr. Alfred Benson and family, have re
moved to Barton Heights:
.Mrs. A. C. -Young is spending some time
at the Rennert, in Baltimore. ,
•' I -.-' ;"■.»• •> :;■: -■'"-.'. ... '„
Mrs. George Watt. Taylor has returned
from Way nesboro*.
■ •■ ■ ■:; •', '•"';..- .•
Mr. George Watt Taylor, who returned
from . Saratoga last week, has? left for
New York, to attend the fire convention
held in that city.
-./■ ■•*■*./ • ' .;-■
Mrs. Peter Warwick and Miss Lena
Warwick are now at their home", "Camp
field.'', after a pleasant summer spent at
Virginia Beach. •-:
1 * •'* -\ . • '
Mrs. H. Cabell Tabb is spending the
nionth of September at the Sweet Chaly
beate Springs.
:• ■ v -'•* • '-. . ' .
Mrs. Paul Orgain . ha s returned from a
delightful trip to Saratoga.
- * '» • I"!
. Mr. R. G. Lambert has. been called to
?Cew York to fill a position. with the Amer
ican Tobacco Company,/ as assistant'su
perintendent of the priming branch. ;
--*.*"■• : .• : ';
. Mrs. C. G. Lambert has returned from
the . Jefferson ."Park Hotel. Her daugh
ters,- Misses Bessie arid -Mattie Lambert;
are visiting Mrs. H. Minor: Davis,, in'
Lynchburg,' where they will remain until
October Ist. .
. . . :-■ * * * - " - '-■• .
Mr. C. F: Dowdy, 'of this city, was one
of the attendants at the'Avaht-Hall'mar
riage, in Norfolk night. r -. ...
.■:.:■•■.- .''.:.-' : ; . ..-;'-;. '*r.» ;:*.- ■■-'■■..- ■-.-.■. ■.■..■.:-'■.•-.
The veil worn by the at the" mar
riage Wednesday, in Baltimore county, of
Miss Annabel Lee ; to ':-Mr. " Calvert A. ; iMac-""
Clure> was also^ worn^by,Mrs.;JohnWalk
er, of this city,- at her • marriage lastyear. :
'■'-■-.- ■■]■..'■■ ■:'.' - v * '» '.*^-'- : ■■-. -'.".■ -..-•■; ':': ";'."■".
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.' : Tr6up, of Baltimore;
arethe guests of Mrs. Henry ;T. East. '-V
\ '' ' » „ • ;!.-• ■■:-_-'. 'it-:. : '
.Captain Charles M: Wesson 'has ' re
:turned/from':a,;delightfuli^yisit \ to Xthe
mountains of i.Vlrginia. ' " '
'".- ' • ' ' .•• . '- -• /
: .Mr. and! Mrs. Gideon tDaveriport ; are fat
the -. Jefferson at - present; /Mrs. Dayeh
port % will! ; soon :j j oin y, her i ? daughters, s AitlM!'
; Misses V Davenport; i who '; are ; ' with B Miss !
Sal lie : Coles/lini Albem^lß,3andEremalnl
[there v n til ; the ~ 'younger fm 'embers lof |her-
I family/ are established fat |sch6oL|pl^
TOE RICHMOND --.Plgp&TGH^^^
Thousands of Spiled and Tumbled
Muslin Underwear; Picked Up;
Here and There for
To-Day's Sale.
- ; White Muslin Skirts are. to be :/Qp»
ciosedout for v ..:•.; . . -. ''.■:-. . ... . . * **y
Another lot for.-isc.
A lot of Corset Covers for 35c. • .••'■ ;
r A lot Vbf Gowns ■ f?/)^i
are.tobe 1 sold for . ". / «31/w
A lot of Muslin Drawers that /mi :
were sold for 50c, -f0r: . ... . . . . &&y
The End of Shiri-Waist Selling,
-..:■ One lot of Lawn 7 and Gingham
Waists that sold up to 50 and /(?/»
60c. f0r ...... ..... . .... . . . . . ; *®V
75c. -Shirt- Waists ' are to be -«'n«'>,
sold f0r . . ; ., . ...... ../...... .. «^^
A lot of White -Waists that Bfi n
sold up tosi;for '. : ..1:.7.. '.:L '-^Vy
Silk -f Waists that "sold for $4 &r ■ QJJ
and $svare5 v are to be closed out '' forv»/« •?<■>•
BoysVClothing. The Odds and Ends
Ire to Be Soid Out To-Ooy. '
Boys' All-Woollen Suits "0 / f?/)
are; to' be sold f0r ,7 .. .... . . / 0/.%? v.
7 28 Boys' Suits, that sold for $4, fine
all-woollen goodsj are to be <£«>/)/)
closed out f0r .... . . . . . . . . $»• *fy
A lot of odd Pants are to be pSf*
closed out f0r.. ............... «vU
Carpets— Hundreds of Yards of
Remnants and Odds and Ends
firs to Be Disposed
of To-Day.
Bring your measure— enough in some
for rooms.: ,/..■ /.:,::;/
Tapestry. Carpet for 40 1 and 50c. ..
Moquette for 50, 60, and 75c.
Velvet for 60, 75, and 85c.
Ingrain for 25, 35, and 40c.
Quite a lot of Rugs and Trunks are
to be sold cheap.
About 2,000 yards of short lengths
of Mattings that are in our way are to
be sold out at your own price.
Trunks and Satchels,
About fifty of them leftover. We
want the space. ■ You can buy them at
your own price.
• Lace Curtains and Draperies.
2,000- pairs Lace Curtains that sold
up to 52.75 and $2 are to be a » ■/)'/)•
closed out for ... . . . .. : ...-..;<»/. vv
2,000 pairs of Curtains, were $1.25
and $1.00, are to be sold.»«
for........... ......... ..... (OG
Quite a lot of Fine Curtains that
show a slight handling are . to be sold
cheap. • 7
One lot of Damask /Table Covers that
sold for .98 and 75c. are to be ; 'r /in
closed out f0r .... . .-■ . . ........ Oi/G
The House ware Department is Going
to Sell fill the Remnants That
Accumulated From
Last Week.
Dinner Sets that have a piece or two
short— quite , a lot of them ; are to be
sold for quite a sacrifice./ "7
About 2,000 of Odd Tumblers and
Water Glasses, Granite, Iron, Tin, and
Wobdenware, some Haviland China are
to be sold cheap in order, to close out.
Toilet Sets, with a piece or two miss
ings marked down to one half the price.
will join his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Allen,
of New Bedford, in Italy, and will", not
return until January, when the family
will go South' to spend the winter, months.
Miss Elise. and Elizabeth Davenport will
doubtless come to Richmond ..... for the
Horse Show. . -
■ ■ •-. - - * «. • /. -
Mr. and Mrs. Fendley Dickinson have
returned from a sojourn at the Blue Ridge
Springs. / ; . " . ' - . -
; - ' . * a *
-Cards have been issued to the marriage
of Miss Maude Eugenia Wood Mr.vA.
M., Williamson. The ceremony will -be
performed ;en Tuesday, Sept. 30, at the
Methodist Episcopal Church, ; South, at
Shenandoah, Va. - " "• " ' /
Miss Annie Wise Mayo returned yester
day from a charming trip to Boston and
other northern . points. : Miss; Mayo has
bsen away a. month, and was trie recipient
of much attention during,her stay.
■■ ''*-,'* ■-■-.•- ' '•■'' ■■■'■■■■ ■■ ■
. Miss Mary Mea'de Burwell has returned
from; a. delightful visit to Boston and
Clinton, Mass. At the latter- place' she
was the guest of the Misses Winston. // •
Miss Eleanor Abbot, daughter of Gene
ral Abbot, of. Boston,: Mass:, „who was 'one
of, the bridesmaids at theHudgins-Mo'ran r
wedding yesterday, will- arrive, in. thelcity
to-day, and will be the guest ■■ of Mrs.
James A. Grigg, on south Third street./- ...
, Mr. Joseph "■■'. Bryan ..has 7 recently -con
tributed -to; the Belle VS./ Bryan Day Nur-':
scry " and ; Free ; Kindergarten two i: porce
lain-lined bath tubs, and has also had hot
and cold water placed in •.:'. the- building,:
which will cover a long-felt need; -for
the mothers, as well as for the children,
of* the institution. ' - ' ■ • ■/.■ "■.".." 7
'■•/.-' ;•■ '.;-.■■; .7 V : * .•: '*•■ ..''-. -.':': ] :.":':■:
Mrs. James B. Pace" has "sailed from
England, and is .expected /. home 'next
week.'.:','" '.7 ■.-■"• ■ '•■/ -■■■-":' *..'.■-"•' -.■-.- — ■ ;:; - ■..-:
■ -■- J--. : :■■' * • * 7 ;
■ : Miss Ella Jackson has returned i from
a charmirigvisitto Wythe"ville,.ya:/. 7
■■ : ■'. '_■'■'■ ' •' -'; : . : ■; . /V si^ .-♦ ■'■'! ■".-'■'■~-'-7./ ,'7: : :' '- 7
;..' Misses Mamie/ and: Emily: Jennings /will
leave ' Saturday, to i spend J : some S.weeks-: at
"tha '..'Summer" Rest," in.Aibemarle 'county.
:'.' / ./ "7 ■"' / -■: : ~v;". : -i.-.'*. ■'•.»'■': *'••■'■"■;'. V-"-"-' 1 ; : " : : ;l "-' ■'?':' -:fi'.
% J Mrs> Clifford : , Smither; /of . Noi-f qlk;^'ilf
be ;. the .-; guest of vMiss r: Page : Booker,- in
.Mrs. P. ;L. Gumr has from^a"
:delightful{tw6^m6nths\strip,sdu'ririg": which;
shep.visited Sthel; PrlnciasaJ Anne?JHotel3fa£'
!OTJf^^?^.^ch;\toe>Blue%RJdgV*Sprlhg^
fand^ForStjlLodge Inn, at .Glen AllenJ'i
dMrsi^Gunn will be at ?M5 east 2 Franklin;
iitroetlthid whiter. - -^$^||pgg|
I-Xrtf, \V. J. Johnston, who is now In
•WashinsxQD, »a ejepeoted to s<sor» return
mm-- Jmm
to the Mt. Vornon, where -ahe will be
established 'for the corning Meason.
-Miss Lizzie Brander expects to have
several | young '■'■ ladies/as j her guests during
Horse Show. week. ;
Bessie fliter'will return . homoj'to^
day, 7af tej7 spendingYa*delightfulf summer
in J the; mountains;/ Her Mr. "Hiter
Melto'n;^ will/accompany.-, her -home. •;■■/,-:
'*. • '
7/Mr.7 Thomas/ B: .; Powell )■ has t accepted: a
position : with ? MrJ; Ai/y^Lestor,f ciyilf en-,
gineer^ of - the > Chesapeake and t Ohio; /arid
he left here last week for Prince, W.
Va.
S;Miss:Ltezie ;Umlauf A who/has beenfsum-'
mering in"' Albemarle'-couhty,"' has; returned
to her . home'7 in: this "city.-; >; ... ■ 77 %J .-•■. - . :
• • •
;- Mr. % WV. H. X, Glazebrook^v formerly-.;; of
ißichmond,i ßichmond, : -but ? now iof r; StJ/TLouis, ; who
has been^ spending : some 't time .visiting ;Mr.'
Preston Belyin ; in <this': city,/ will leave \the
latter part of the week' for his honiel .^/
:■/ Miss '; . Marian 7 Michaux, of ' Powhatan,
is the guest /of the :: Misses \ Harvie,/. on
south i Third street. : *..■"■'. " v 7 -"'*' : " : ; 7 :; /// ;
:■■'-:■ ■ : '::- : U.- z : ■'■ /•:/-■; •; , ■♦^-7,- •/- 7 ;-'- 7 ;:'-::7
Miss Nellie Bagby, v of King and / Queen
county, is visiting relatives c-n west Grace
street./ ■■-:■ /.■/' -7. . „"■■; ■''; \; • 7.,.- : i-7-;':-\
- ♦ • ■■■-■:':7-/"./:- ■77/7/. 77
•i rMr.-: C. W. Bowers is visiting friends in
Petersburg. ' ,7 ' - v *
/•I -■ \-. •-„ ♦
Miss Mary : Bagby^. of New -York ■ city, , is
visiting her sister, Mrs. jA- E." Dickinson,'
at/1003 .west : Grace street' 7 /•" '-
7" -' •.■'--■•.■ ;<■■ ■■■■-.• ; •■"-"."■.,- -7 ■'■.--. .-. ■:
Miss . Mabclla Garthright has returned
from a pleasant trip of several- weeks to
Hanover.--. ,/■■ ' . ■--' 7 / ■__ " //■ .' ./ - .
:7': 7' 7. -: 'C'"7' '':' r: *■'*■"••;' ; '"-' -- : .'., v" '■:>'-■':-
Miss Willie England, of r Ashland, is vis
iting the / Misses Garthright, "of South
Cherry : street. ■_'.'■ '•'.'. ■'■'.'■[
jyTarichesi-er
and
Ghesterffelci
At- the meeting of the School; Board'
last night, Mr. J. J. Bayley offereH ■ his
resignation as chairman, of the. board,,
and it was accepted. He' gave as .'the
reason his ; appointment as "master- me
chanic in the railway shops ' at Lawrence
ville, Va. Mr. Bayley, ; in presenting his
resignation, made quite a lengthy speech;
reciting his association with the" board
through . the . troublous ;■ times - : they . have
recently experienced. Both Mr: Bayley
and the -members present were visibly
affected. ■, x .
Mr. Shotwell was elected to. fill. the va
cancy made by Mr. Bayley's resignatiori.
Mr. Bayley :has filled the position 7 with
ability, and his departure from the board,'
however admirably, the chairmanshfp may
be" conducted in the future, "is sure to be
felt. ~ Mr. Wakefield, speaking of ; the de
parting chairman, was unable to proceed,
being overcome by emotion.: Messrs.
Jones, Wakefield, and L. M. Nunnally
were appointed a committee to draft reso
lutions of regret.' .: . '..':' -. ,
Mr. . Shotwell reported from - the Grade
Committee/ on the action of -the Assembly
in answer to the request of the . commit
tee for relief from the present" over-crowd
ed condition ,of the public | schools. . Dr.
'Rucker '-. spoke in favor". of, / and ' made '■■; a
motion' that, temporary quarters be 'leashed
at.Tenth and Hull streets. He said that
inasmuch as the next Legislature would
undoubtedly pass; the bill allowing, the
School' Board to borrow money' for the
erection - : of. a permanent. school, _it ; would
be futile to use the money allowed by : tfie
Assembly for the erection of a temporary
structure. His motion .was lost, however,
arid I the Building and Land , Coriimittee
ordered to investigate and report 1 on the
most feasible - scheme for getting a tem
porary structure ready, for the use of the
children. , '• ■ ' - . .
* Mr: A. J. Daffron reported that lie would
probably be able to "get seats for the
-building, and the building will be gotten
under course of construction as soon as
possible/ : - ." ' - # - ■' ' »'•-
The board was ' in ; session three hours,
and. "besides the /business mentioned,- did
much routine work.' Judge-Gooch,.repre
senting the B. F. Johnson Publishing
Company, was heard, and the board
adopted for- trial in -the formation of
grades Ellmore's' arithmetic. A boy named
Lee? was expelled ! on the recommendation
of Superintendent Pulliam, : and the follow
ing-students reinstated, Wickham Lloyd
and the son of Mr. W. ''-E.'Kahh. :./•: ./• ■- ■".■•
. REGISTRATION TO DATE.
The following is the registration' to
date, given- in- wards: ' - -
■ First Ward— SO whites ; 1 colored, regis
tered .under the property clause. Two ne
groes rejected. • ; : -: \ ■ -
Second Ward— l2l whites; 3 colored, 2on
theproperty clause, and 1 under the un
derstanding: clause: : : ' ■ •
V Third Ward— s6 whites; 6 colored. 3 un
der/property clause,-. 2 under understand
ing 1 clause, and 1 (Major Johnson; who .
served in the. Spanish-American -war) the
soldier clause.. ' ."•/'.' .* - • -'
:'■ Fourth Ward— Sl" whites.. Three negroes
'have applied, but were rejected.
■: MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. /
, Mr. and: Mrs. L.T. Winner have an
nounced the approaching marriage .of
their daughter, Miss; Ree 'Winner,- to Mr.
Joseph- Hill' The ceremony will ■be per
formed at West-End Methodist church, by
Rev. A; C. Berryman,; September 24th. "";.
- POLICE NEWS.f " ;
James Riley, . an Irishman, who spoke
with a strong ..Yiddish .accent, accord
ling to an afternoon 1 . paper,';.., was / dis-^
charged by ; Mayor Maurice . yesterday
morning on /a.] charge of drunkenness. -
Lee -Wilkins," a former .boarder^ of Ole
Olson's, who departed from the . domicle
of Ole in June, accompanied by' several
articles of wearing apparel belonging/to
other . boarders., was sent jail for
twenty days for not having $5 wherewith
to~ pay; his; : m'ne. : :.•.,/ /■'
The negro Graves, ■• who attempted ■ to
beat .the little; daughter of Susan Robert
son (colored),- . contributed • $10. - "
: .CORPORATION COURT.- '
AVith a new jury composed of the regu
larly .; registered .voters . 0 f : ; Manchester,"
the; Corporation Court/will open <• for ; one
of :; the : busiest- and most/Important-sess
ions it:. has known..:: Among: the" more'
important"; cases -are: those". of ■: the iyoung
white man, /Pitts, who is j accused of en
ifenng; the /room of, arid V, attempting'.* to
assault, .; Miss Morris;^ and/ th^t^of
the;; f our,,.negroes ■ who: ; are .'accused - of
murdering John Stokes (colored).- One
of. the men (Davis); has practically admit
ted, his guilt, and. the other three -aeree
in-accusing him. ■ . - .
Mr. William J. Puckett,. on-a of the
oldest h and-best- known of Manchester's
citizens,, died :at;his:hom"e,v2l7:Pocahontas: at;his:hom"e,v2l7:Pocahontas
street,': yesterday morning; at- 2:40 o'clock !
after. a^shortailness^vThe. funeral -will
be;,, held from Clopton-Street 'Baptist
churclr to-day at 2:30.P.\M. ;\ y . ?:;< '
: ; , STREET-CAR ASSOCIATION.
-An association . of : street-car: men' was
organized /^Wednesday knight vtwith '■■ 115
members.- ; ; The-., following a officers '•'■ were
elected : £„W. j T.v; Hart. J chief./ carman-; «-B.'
S. > Smith, assistant ;1-F.VA'.^ Jones, ; record
ing,;; secretary ; B. •: % T.- '-\ Barb-er, - , financial
secretary; £ J. -E. -Davidsonr ■ treasurer- - T ■
B.^Franklln;tgulde;£W.^A;dMoore, ! i : :,wari
4eii; :C:;?ArCox,l sentinel ;^J.AW;'iiWeisiger^
chaplain;: J.' ■A.^Meredithi.pasts'cßref I car
man ;-;C.^V./Rip2-an; -insurance S"agentr
/Trustees— M^: L.- Walk'er.v: B./: l: ■-: Huband,"
FUNER At OF •, MIS S gCOSB V. ;
Will Take Place from the Idencel
r fiThe7 funeral - : of ' Mis s.-'■ Lottie /Lee :• Cosby, :
jWho X died | at 'the j,VirginialHospital I early"
yesterday^ihornin^.t "will Itakeiplacel from*
the.lreßiaehcefo£3heriinoth6r, : iMr?. l; !Mattle|
°A;HCostoy.ttNb/l 316 Invest | Clay;^ streets at?' 4*
P:A M.'ii, to-day.M The interment swill | beii ih=
Hollywood^The s pall-bearers!are|thVft>l-i
|l6wlng:^f;Messrs."£ /-Robert *;WiitQri;^Rpb«rt!
a Arthur. Samuel , W. : Bljnjer. \ Robert r S. .
;s^g&*> * .- .,.--... ,y..:.. .\ - ..-.. &ssss3s£
: EMPLOYMB NTIfWAHTS?
ed, l^ VLoitn Bttvrtdti orj Btaltt^M^i}^^,
BOrtod,^ properly I clasiifledii 85 * word«J,or^*M,
tot* 2sc. f each- :ias<irtion ; £^i^ lont^l^
Ic^each.xiF^CHAHOEDiiONIOTrE|ifpOKB,
i 60 i CENTS I FOB J ONE-HALT* INOHjffiP AOE.^
'.: • " . WANTED, , 7,^
MOLDERS-^A*! FBWP GOOD, •^ COMPB
i tent t men I for. | steady iwbffc Highest .wages
paid sto s right % men: 1 ?!; Open \ shop/ItAadress
M.-IMCA PLAN; SPost-officeTßox -,?.4«,^'Blrr
mingham.rAla.-- "" . '" se,l3-2bt
" -■.'-■.'..■•- WAKTED, ■ ,„_
FOUR^ /FIRST-CLASS -^ STEAM i/vFlT
ters; good d pay^to ;? good 2 men^'/ Address
80x>N0:i340,.- Greensboro'; N. C. • '
- ;. • selS-4t*
:;i-.7-,-v v\/'.'iaWAJfTED.:r-7 ■-. • 7---/^7^7
FOR '-UNITED "V STATES "ABMT! ABL*,
bodied,';: unmarried: ; men- -between^ ages t of
21 ,; and i 35,<; citizens ?of S States ; of
good character. and' temperate ihabits.wno
can'speak, ; read, : ; and iwrite . English.'iv For
information . apply to? RECRUITING; OF
FICER, :110 i eastsßroad, - - Richmond,/: Va..
ju 2-W.F&Su39t
i-V:77.: : /:-.v: - :7' WASTED,'-":,.-. /:-■'/-.- .;•;-■-■
'A. ®TEACHERV OF SB VBRAXi^TBAKS ;
experience i desires * a*« position , ih7 private
-family -to /teach the -/usual /English
branches,' Vibbth: vocal : and". Instrumental
' music; musics a '^'specialty ; s small /children
preferred. . : Address i Miss . M:f ■• care ; ; post
master, Riceville, ::Vas7 se 18-Th,FSun3t*. /
:7;i;':Z ''-' '7.717 WANTED;^: -7 ■-.- .
; AGENTS ": WANTED-^-AN ' '-: ENERGETIC
salesman ? to T accept 'ctheV agency^for,^ the
sale \ and -general |; in troduction /'■ of | an t ar
ticfe of > mechanism .;Uhat:; is ■ guaranteed
to net 3 hun :"• aT, yearly; income /of rat least
$5,000 ; to - $10,000; i very little -: capital ; rre
quired. A.. F.i HAWTHORNE, Room 12,
Lexington Hotel. ;V 7 > : - se 19-lt
-•• -■-:■■ -';^ ; 77/WAIfTED,-'::^-'-/-/: - : -■■
AT 900 FLOYD 'AVENUE A -\WOMAN
of experience >to - cook ' ; and - house clean
for small familyi- ; Must ■have: good^rtf
ferences. ::■ 7 / -,-n -■- .vu; ; . ; - -sel9-lt»^.
,"•.'.'• ■'•■-': ■-'■'' '■'-.■ waxted^"/ : '.:77.:,/-. /:.
a ■'-'. position - -as : / stenographer
and; Typewriter;- some '"experience and
good 7 7 references: 1 - Miss 'MART 7L.
HUTCHESON, 208 west Clay street,^ Rich
mond. -. ■ . ' . ; s*e 19-F,Su&.W6t* -
'■':>-: 7/'- ■■ -- ■-.- /WANTED, ■" '■ '7V7 V ' ./";-;
POSITION AS BOOK-KEEPER; CAN
give references as to ability and charac
ter. v/Address A.-B.- C.,/407: north" Eleventh
street. : ' : . . "• - ":-7 7sel9-lf 7
■ : -■■' .-••- ■ : -. ; :,;.-.-^.waktbd;: ? '7..-, ■--/ ". .-t- /-
A CHANCE ; FOR : HUSTLERS -IN THE
health and accident j- insurance line. We
make the 'agent a : 'participator "in : the
profits.: Write at once for particulars.
F. R. VAN DUSEN, Detroit, Mich. .
,/se:l6-7t- . --\i .■ ; -.■>' ...... "..,- .-
- IVAXTED,7 P v .- : -7 ■:■:?■■? ■■"
A REGISTERED -PHARMACIST WITH
some -capital to take half ;. interest7.in
small I stock .of general j merchandise .and
handle drugs ; good " town ; , : no opposition ;
paying; business;: money in it to the right
man.. R. L. FITCH- COMPANY. Kitm
ball.W. Va. : - :' se 19-d2t3ewlt* ;
:-. .7-- ; • „-■ 7. wanted.7 -.: -■-■/--:'- ■■/
a competent- cook and clean
er. Must have . references. Apply at 1312
Grove avenue. :. '7 \\- se 19-2t* -
FARM MANAGER/WANTED.
FOR A SMAL-L :PLACE NEAR RlCH
mond; an experienced Working Manager;
young man r.\ preferred.'. Give experfence
and* pay expected.' /Post-Office Box 666,
Richmond,- Ya:;. 7/ :-.-; se 18-lt* /
BE AL ■ ESTATE AT PEIVATE SALE.
I FOUND IN FRONTS OF -MY RESl
dence, 901 ! west: Clay. /street, ONE TUB
LARD.' Owner . can' obtain , same .by pay
ing for advertisement and proving prop
erty. C. U. i TIGNOR. ■ sel9-lt
EXCHANGE: FOR
; •'.-.■ : . WOMM'S WORK
calls : attention to the opening , for the fall
season. /A large /.assortment : of • "EMSROI
DEKIES and LACE :.WOEK on hand. ; -
Orders taken- for 7 all styles "of WHITE
WORK./ ' ■;,:;■. „:,'': ,-. > ,r/,, r /, „: ; v ; '..,_.;
OHILDKEN'S /CLOTHING' a" specialty.
se\l9-F&Xu2t ? 7 '■■:.'^-: 7 r " . .
Christian, Jr., John R. Wilbon, Jr.,. Eddie
Cosby, Frank Cosby, and* John_Kain. pp
The death of , Miss • Cosby jwas expected.
She v had -been* ill at /the" hospital for sev
eral /months, though 7a 'month or more
ago - she was .taken ; home,' : where she re
mained several weeks.7 A>few days ago
she returned to", the' institution' and under
went - another/ operation.' -She : was never
again 'conscious. /She died at 4:So;yester-
the'daughter of the late
Police Sergeant Junius A: Cosby, probably
the best-known police officer in Richmond
at the , time of his | death, | about -a ■ year
ago, and one of the. most popular men
ever on the - force. ' • -' :*.
Miss Cosby: was twenty-four .years o t
age.-. She has been/a : great sufferer. :^. -
The mother of the deceased, Mrs. Mattie
A Cosby, - survives her. V She also / leaves
a sister, Mrs.' Ada Cosby Weems, and two
half-brothers^ MrJ R-; A; vschutte,/of^
city, and Mr. Henry A. Schutte, of TNew
Tork.7-.-.:/, .7.:": V..", -.'■.■; -. .....7\ ■"' -" .' '„ - ■■
Steamer Berber -/PlcfcedtJp.
NEW ORLEANS, September 18.— The
steamer • David, /Captain -Durye, / from
Truxillo via. -VCeiba^ -Honduras,' reports
that on September 12th, ■ at ■ 5 ' P. M.,^ when
between Ceiba- and '■ Truxillo, she fell in
with- the Norwegian .steamer: Bergen,
from Truxillo for -Havana,- with SSO/head
of cattle, with :her "propeller gone; and
towed her into 7 Truxillo. >When picked
up she had been drifting for/ three; days
and had placed: her cattle on short al
lowance.'..:'■ r- r :-;"■:•'■ ' : :; r ;
' Clothiers/ Close Early. ' v;/y
Every- . clothinjn, ' furnishing, 1 and ; shoe
store on -Main street, with the* exception
of two, closed Wednesday at 6 P: M. It
is thought ■ that within .' the : next day the
naitfes of;: these two will* also /be added to
the eaflyj closing -list. ,"- - -•"-,*."'
The following are those on Main street
who!close-at-;6/P. : M.; except Saturday:
W. ■:; E. :Drew,^Alleny & Wilson,. M. H.
Garnett. ; . Constable ' Brothers, ; Cox ; &
Shea; Taylor & yßrown,y ßurk - & Co., .K.
Fisher &. Son, v and -Theodore "Nelson./
/ Major Randblpli/Rettirns. „-
Major: and: Mrs. Norman: V.:, Randolph,
of west ~ Grace street, * returned 1 : from
Waynesbdro,* /Brunswick cou nty; /-yester
day.v ■ Mrs. " Randolph? .-who has / been •• in
poor 'health, /has beenv/in the /.mountains
for about 1 three ■months.^ Major/ Randolph
has-been 'with iher about .thirty days., His
own =health ; is: much improved., ,//*- / ■. '
STEAMSHIPIVIEN' CONFER.
TJniform. 'Rates/ lor : EuropenniSouth
■■.■ '■■■-■■'■ :• :-■ American Lines.- '-.- ■■■. ...j-.
, bsTEN^,-; 'BELGIUM,' September : 18.—
"A : conference of the .managers of the Ger
man?. and ; British^ steamship '; lines : plying
between ' Euro pel. and •?. South '-^America .: has
beenr-begun here:lil The" purpose, /'ofr the
conference: is to f establish: uniform "freight
rates'in the South .American' trade. : ,
/The": rumors \that the conference had if;
view; the ]of fa :^trustv f Or .' the ; pur- i
pose of'fetain^afmbmipoly^i^the^ trade
between i Europe^ an4.^ South. v America -: in •
the -hands i of I? European f ship "0 wiiers, lean
not be Iconfirmed: '''-
.:V^he^xConferen^e^h^s;;a|fe^y.K held; -two
sessions; but It is ; not expected- that \ the
decisions^ willV; be^ given '.-: out ; until^lthey
: have,;b'een'.ra^e^;ibyHh'e ? !c t ompa^^:.cOTi'f4
: cerned.\;/;-It'' ; /Isi ; said^, however, v. that % trie
conferencQ.has -practically decided, 1 :: in
/view^bf vtlie "\ continuance '■ of the} low] re tu rr :
'freight .raites^tol make^fgen'eral ; Increase
•piC 'l 2ojper : fcentl-';3^^on\butgoing(ffeightft^La
Pla^:~lt''isT^ded^thatJ^simll^;in^easa'
wili!b*elmVde'!by-It^eliines^plyingl^^^
New York and Lcl Plata. . . "
Schooner Ma i thew* to» i.
September l&^Thfj
Ithr^masted ? s^OTnorJoor^l^ttliewsiitbf \
•Ne^Torl^bpJ^|tfol^^wbcffy^rtlfor)
,jNe^T(Drk|ci^^weo^sfiorefat / lfo'clocjci
s]W^^rnini^^l^o^Md|HU}:|bl^o^
jOtiatham, and will;b6j'a!£to^l?loss.^,Thel
?«a?aJtfJnvthljs^^
I rAXES JFOK|THBj gJ^fg^SSkm ?l[*ttO
tn AfHZYVI AR#AKBiTO ftSTS &PAXD.££fW :
iRATfIBrfT^^N^RfANDjT^
|VENI>EE.- I . -j£~®^;:
Wffif.'- 'By Sutton & Co., // -
*■ ."- 'Real Eatat't. Auctioneers,
iMfefSSSlloT^fe^^Ell
m SIDE i\ OFATHIRTIETH.f BETWEEN., %
i . Q.AND R.STREETS^NO.f.IIIO .
, '." 'NORTHiTHIRTIETHTy y; ■-* - >/,
I 7 STREET. -
At f the recfuest ; of r&ei owner, 7we ' "shall
"offer. 1 for 3; sale? at ft public^ auction,}, upon
the -premises," /on * ' * - , " "
■777FIUDAY/ 'SEI^EMBER^W, 'I9O2,;/ v '-
at; 5 > o'clock* P^i;?Vthe" i PROPERTT- above
: described:' "; -I- r;,'^.-./.' 7": ;%? : -* ?■'•"■':£ •".'■-'• -■'"■■'■
yine ': house contains ■ two ,or.,three rooms
andStheelot" fronts;2s,nfeetaon; the--west
sidev.Thirtieth 3 street, '; rimnlng-v bacK r /be-.
;tweeh-i parallel /lines \, about s 130 if eet / toj an
alley:. - v; : 7/ i>'; /- ; .7;7//^ : ':■, i'7V7.7 ■-'-;;• "
0 TERMS: /Atsale/ 7---7 ; - "; .■:.-; ;-:.--,'_ 7. *.
. •. . •- :. ■ SUTTON i&" CO., .
se; lT^tds' - - : - ' 77 : -/,: Auctioneers.;/
• ;/By./The' Valentine Auction Co.,\ 7 /
7 : ;':-;i'-: : -'-.-v-.:612'-east'-BroadTstreetr".
Large;' ; attractive' auction
•ssalb of : fine -/furniture,
' cuttes i roller-top " desk.' of
fice chairs. upright ;show-v:
.-- -: case, wall7 show-case,' / '
■j .:■-'■■' ..- vIiACE -CURTAINS. FINE - - .;.
7 . ENGRAVINGS.^ CROCK- . .
ERY. CARPETS,
,7; • : ETC^/ETC:-/ ■ /::-.:
Wo will sell at our -auction warerooms,
Gl2' east/Broadv street.: /; / ' -, "7 '".'.■
THIS (Friday) MORNING, SEPTEMBER
/ 7 7 19TH/ AT 10:30 O'CLOCK./ //.
Four Massive, Handsome . Oak :■ Chamber
Suites;:- S.Walnut Chamber Suites; Hand
some Ebony Parlor; Suites; « S -Walnut
Leather-Seat DiningChairs;-9Oak Oflice
Chairs; Cuttes .Roller-Top 7 Desk; ; s%-foot
Oak China t ;Case;::Oak and /Walnut Side
boards; Fine Enameled: Iron Beds; Oak
Wardrobes ; I Lace Curtains;; Fine j Steel
Engravings; '■ Brussels iCarpets Mat
ting; **large-:iot of -Crockery; /Mantel
Clocks; Z Stand ; ? Pipe: Wall Show
case; '*. Cherry ' Lunch V Tables; Rockers;
Cooking ' Stoves; /Heating./ Stoves; , ; Ma
ttresses and Springs: and/other Household
Furniture. 1 . The entire sale \of Furniture
is:really;first ! class -and .in, splendid con
dition; used >only "a short -time.
The' ladies are invited :to attend.. ; .
" THE -VALENTINE AUCTION. CO..
>,/sep 1 19-lt ;'-'••• I „. . 'Auctioneers.
■;.'~?: •/.■■•-■■'■■ SPECIAJL NOTICES. :
WISTER: HOME FOR TOUJiG LADIES.
IN WASHINGTON. MISS A. T. DANIEt/.
Address until October. 'White ; Sulphur
Springs, W. Va. For particulars apply
for/circular. -■ se 17-edtoc 1

typewriters rented J3 per month. All feUK<~»
«scaanged, repaired, bought and sold, j Supplif*
for aO typewriters. Hibboas that do not fill thd
type. .'Carbon' Paper thot does . ,iot -smut
•Phones— New, 895: old. 1805.'" Twelve Six Main.
SOUTHERN, STAMP AIrfTsTATIONEaY CU
':.':': '7-^/7//: // ] ' : ' ' 7 ' /•' ap 24-6m - :■
3VOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
.WANTED. TO HIRE A STONE CRUSH
er. Address E. •T. D. MYERS. Jr., .Civil
Engineer, William R. Trig?' Company. :
- ..■- ■'■ ■ - -''y-y -. - : - "--". - : /sel»-lt'
APPLES,, CABBAGES/
■ POTATOES, ONIONS, ETC.
-'■- - . WAXTED C ,' " * , " ,
■ FRUITS AND PRODUCE BOUGHT OR
handled . on ; commission. J. L. SANDERS,
Commission and Merchandise '..Brokor,
Cuthbert. Ga.We are always in the mar
ket for special bargains. "Correspondence
invited.'.'--f. :. ....r" 5«,7-2w*
MEETINGS.
A STATED : CONVOCATION -—--r-
OP : WASHINGTON ROY AL Mffi&
ARCH. CHAPTER, No. 0, will be W**&
held in . the tabfernacle in Masonic ■"*•*'
Temple THIS (Friday) EVENING at .7:30
o'clock. \Septeraber : ID, 1902. 7 .
; Members of : sister chapters and visiting
companions 'are .'cordially 'invited.' '
By -order of theM.E.H. Priesf: ' T - •
■ --77-: - , ' ; :' .' R: B- SNEAD,
: sei9-it- * - . . - : 7 secretary-
BUSINESS WASTS.
■ r : wasted, 7.
TO ..RENT A /SMALL DWELLING.-' OR
about six rooms. in a largefone, centrally
located. / Unexpired' lease would be taken
Address PERMANENCE, Dispatch office.
•:■•/;-. -7^'.' ;, WASTED, : ' "" '-: *
PUPILS IN, SHORTHAND AND TYPE
writing:; For "all particulars, apply to
RICHMOND SCHOOL OF !STENOGRA
PHY,, Miss Poythress, Principal, se 2-lm
7 : 7 .-,• ./ WASTED. ■ ;. "-;-".-,-
ONE. TWO, OR THREE FIRST OR
Second; Floor Rooms, furnished or:unfur
nished, with , or without board, "by gen
tleman "and .wife without •children. West
Grace street prefered. 8., Post-office Box
665. ■'-. • • se 17-W,F&Sun3t*> .
>--: -; ">>? wasted,
TENANT FOR - DESIRABLE . FLOOR;
two wlarge, .bright rooms i and ■ hall-room;
freshly papered; convenient to'bath.'Har
rison ? street, between Franklin and Park
avenue. 222 Harrison street. .; se 14-4t
• : „ . WANTED,
NICE: BOARDERS AT, NO. 408 EAST
Grace' 'street. . se IS-3t
"■'■'';:.[;>.: WASTED/ ■ /'-v- / ■ /■ ■
TO RENT/. OUT TO-. GENTLEMEN
Three Rooms, with use of bath; hot water
heat; . furnished or unfurnished.- -Refer
ences "required. Apply 505. west Franklin
street. ?£-■;•; // : . =•■■* '--'; ' se rl4-lwr 14-lw« J
WASTED, '-r-nr.
STUDENTS; SHORTHAND TAUGHT
by expert. •; Two -nights a'-week;' Address
J., S. PATTERSON, care Chesapeake and
Ohio ■railway. • .se 17-W,F&Sun3t* :
/ /:-:/...«"> / : wasted. . - '■ . ".-■■ / .
SHOE i REPAIRING - BY THE ONLY
Shoe.Factory in the city. ' -
v 1v 1 Whole Soles, : just /like : new, ?1.00.
Men's 'Half-Soles, 75c. .'■;
;/ Ladies'/'Half-Soles, 60c. / > / ;
- Everj- Shoe J Restitched.,. Best Leather.
''.'Phone 'l232.: Will .; send:; anywhere, ;re
paTr. and; return/promptly. -:'
r -DREWS' .'ELECTRIC-' 'POWER' SHOE
FACTORY.. 737. east Main street." <se 19 :
'■-:■'■:.:,'■■;: WAVfED,
BOARDERS . WANTEDS/IN -A .VERY
larger o pretty, second-floor : front 'room,
and '< also thirdfstory rooms; on Franklin
street. vj; References '/exchanged.^ "Address
L.fCr, care- Dispatch. '; / -/se 19-lt*
;■ ;"" ';':■;" -- . wanted, . '^.-/J. :• '. :■■ i
BOARDERS FOR.; ONE "LARGE \ ROOM;
furnishedl or unfurnished. .^BestVof' table
fare.T'AlsO: Table "Boarders /desired. "--Ap
ply:^ east- Grace streets rAser A ' se 19-lt». \
- IPROCL.AMATIOX. - • ■ .--■
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
iOpMEDIOINESsi^SS?
. . Lecture Halls far Theory, :
■ :'v .■ • & Laboratories jar.- IVoof , ■-f - r ":-' : ]
. . ?Hospital3.Ar. Practice.
":1 One hundred page CatalogneFree.:^
, au l-F^un&Tsr2m^/v > : :'-. : -^
MBiiifiiGliiSi
miss|^see|p^^6rrls^pSincipal: :
: 412 - west;; main 5 streets :j-s^^ensJSE^EMßEl^^^JcjrTOlars: j
s^^ensJSE^EMßEl^^^JcjrTOlars
;to ;j(be l; had &'at I bookstores.- Tv p-tawii J drai
stores,-or"from the "principal. .: •. ■• ,
|^(£f,>> , • au;27 T W,F&Sunlrii*^
- . WESTMINSTER* SCIfOOJL.
MisstcXß^iE'i]^B?CAJkn»BkLL V "- ; '-f "
vsgssßsagsss&sm
! the ) SchQor*? new! and | larger ■ Quarters "-No. :
LTOsiwesttGracolstreetr?^s.»->- --^Vb^
f-Faculty. 'of; ten:-.v ; '^■'^■^:>^-^i-^
WSMg®?,-. -.. . .r,r - .1 ~~" 3s*E£e&
§lIRrHBN|BEAI^yESrATET-S SOLn^C
■TAXEammITHUxCnTtREiiT CAX^?
DAJIITEAK^AIIE^rO : BE PAID^:
■ ber j 29th^at r 12 ; o'ciock,- ; at ; th 5 ShiD-v*^"
;of*the:Petersbtirff?lron-Work<j on «n a
;mattox;iiver.,at Petersburg. Va fn. ??*
city *of TKichmond." Va.-; ' without ' UiJ. *
reserve, ;l'JScoQpjDredger Machiae tm»
and? i Machinery,: Cran# 7Dipp» r bs *
Poles;and^Spud3,;7o by 2*-7.feet,'fi irrh
EnginiefKr-by. 15 cyUnder. •, oi ncn Wi
c-'.-For.; further information sec or •*«♦
; TERMS: 7 Cash. 7 7 :: ' 8
" 7: ~ * WALTER C. KEnrXjr
;: /- '■-'' :. : -Real 'Estate AucUoneer
- 7--> -7/ ;/ 7 7 : i' * Petersburs,- " vV
l-selß-tds'-7;;./: /' . . "" Va
!-p . : BylEdward S. Rose Coin pan-/ *
> .7; 'R*** l / Estate Auctioneers. '
T:KUSTEE'S AUCTION SATE n»
l^-HOUSE AND LOT ON GltAHvv
STREET. FULTON*. '
By\virtuer of" ascertain deed of tm«*
dated. 15th June, 7 l9oo. and recorded 1^
the -Clerk's: office. ;Henrico County Cni-»?
Deed-Bookl6o A; page 366. default havu
been the -payment of &» '/^
thereby secured, and bein?: roqu!r*i ! W
/the" .beneficiary r so to do, I wtlt s .n ?
auction; upon the premises on T
TUESDAY. 7 THE : 23D DAY O P <?^
; TEMBER. 1902, AT 5 O'CLOCK P a^*
15 :by; 110 i feet -to an alley 10 f&ttwfii
with i the frame tenement dwelllnr th^f"
on-situated; on the east line of G-iV
street,; 37 feet and 7 inohe 3 "east o» v 2
shall kstreet. :. //. ' -htn
'/TERMS: Cash, as to expanses of sa;
and; a. note of $21 duo September 15' m
and ) 2l notes of $21 . each . duo eVerr "th^"
months thereafter until said 21 no-ll
shall 'have : been7 paid. • The residue «
may be named at- time of sale
7/;:. '_; ; . 7 EDWARD S. ROSE.
, Tpi3t?\
: -/By- Edward 3. Rose Company,
Real Estate Auctioneer?.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION* SALE n»
'IMPROVED REAL ESTATE TV
THE^CITT OF RICHMOND \\
CONSISTING OF FOUR FRAME
/DWELLINGS. .NUMBERED
;.. .". ■■,■-'.- .400 ; WEST CART STREEn?
: ;..': ■/.- "AND 2DB. 210. AND 212
• .7 . WEST CANAL
, STREET. I
■ By virtue of a certain deed of tr-tt
dated Ist October. 1901. and oZ reowd
in. the: Clerk's office. Richmond Chsn
eery Court..- Deed-Book 172 A. pas:° n
default having been mado in th» "pa'?l
ment/of- the debt, and in part execution
of the terms and conditions of said tr.rt
deed, and being required by the bens '
ficiary therein named so to do. we Triit
sell by auction upon the respective ori
misesiin the order follo-wintr: First
WEDNESDAY. THE 2-tTH
': : BER. 1902. AT 5 O'CLOCK P ~\r
FRAME DTTELLTNG No. -1W WP |f r - a
street.",between -Madiaon and &^!v{ ( w
streets.. --The lot has a front of 3) h r ',
depth.of ; 158 feet ■ to an. alley in common
16. feet wide.
/.Immediately, aftvr the sale of Vh»
above. /-say Tat 5:30 o'clock, those THRr?
FRAME DWELLINGS. Nos. 20?, Stafami
212 west 7 Canal. 'bet^e«n Madison' "and
Jefferson'^ streets, havin? a front on th.>
north line of Canal street of 43 fe»t ar.i
exfenflinjr. back % between parallel lines w
feet, to an alley 10 feet wide. All of th 4
nbpi-e houses find ready tenants at fii
rentnls. ' - ,
TERMS: Cash.
: " L. TV. GLAZKBROOK,
' . E. H. PPENCTS. f
f .. , JO LANE .STERN.
sel9-tds ; ■■./> ■'- > / ' ■ Trustees.
LEGAI/* NOTICES.
TO -THE ' TRUSTEES OF AMORY,
Tredegar. '". Marion. Springfield. Artlzan
Sampson, Shockoe Hiil. and Hutchins.m
Divisions. Sons of Temperance, if llvins.
if not. to any one concerned, or their
heirs at law: Whereas, there has been nri
interment for twentj' (20) years in a let
marked .quarteir sections one (I) and four
(4):in.-sectioutthirteen (13). ranee twenty
two-7'(22), to' -Shockoe Cemetery; and.
whereas, neither they or an;- one con
cerned are» known ; to -the Committea an
Cemeteriea to; reside, within. city, you ars
therefore hereby notified by this publica
tion that neither -the trustees or any om
concerned: appear within thirty (30) dayj
from the last day of this publication, to
wit..- September 26. 1902, then the sold
quarter- : sections uvwill be cons-dared v
having, reverted to:- the 'city of PJchmom),
in pursuance of. section 5 of Chapter :i,
Richmond City Code,' 183 D.
... : . ; ' E. H. SPENCE,
. .Chairman Committee on Cemetery.
EXCURSIONS.
The Last r xcursiqQ oof0 of tlie Season, to
: - Via u.,-F.&P.R. R.
MW DA ;, September iii>. 1902
l Train .: leaves Broad and Hancock stueS,
Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
-. Seturniny," : leaves Ninth and Mar7!isl
avenne", ": "Wasliinffton, Tuesday, ' Septen-ei
30th, : at ,6 P./ M.;: sharp.
" Bound-Trip 'fare Elchmond to WashinjM^
$2.50: • . •."-,.:-.-'■. /;■:■'■. ■ " ■"-, '"■-■ - ■::
"WE GO HAI2T OK SHINS.; •
1 For tlckats" and information, inquire of I
M. Thompson, ; 20 - oast Broad street, and a
the train. / . - ?
: Train stops at all regular stations let»«l
Bichmond and Quant ico.
' ■ ■ .:•'- J.H.: THOMPSON i 'CO.
; " • se 'l9 K81,23,25,26,28-6tK 81,23,25,26,28-6t
FOR RENT,
: . for ; rest, "
a large. and nicely fl'r'mshed
DWELLING;".;, desirably located t*x
Monroe "! Park, .v Stable ' and carriage-hoa-^
on premises. : _
■ H. SELDON TAYLOR. :\
sel3-lt No. S north Elevenih sired. ?
READ ESTATE AT PRI VAT E SALEJ.
Bargains in
LEEMONUMENT LOIX
Spedal Bargains— Two lot 3 FRA32-
LIN STREET, $10 under market price.
.' GRACE: STREET— Ons lot, 35 uad - r
market price.
; IVY STREET— One lot, 52 .50^
market price.'
5 You can double your .money onth^
se i9-3t POLLARD & BAGBY.?
AMCSEMEXTS.
"'■ "'"'* - : TO-NIGHT S:3O.
HUNTING FOR HAWKIIS>
,; ■•■.-■' .Prices, 15, 3. "3s 'and 50c.. -
■ s : - -; .".--■ '. : " . MATINEES . -J
Tuesday, .Thursday T and Saturday —r
- ■;••. ;■-. Prices 10, 20 and Xv.
The Confederate Mussum,
I ATfITCLAY STS.
*. : -Open'*daUy : _from 9A.M.to 5P- &
. Admiasibni 25c. Free oa Sacurf^y*.
':i!d r elß-1y.X4;.".-- ; .":- ;; -:' ■:.'.- " ; '-'' " j -'
||Efy|NTINEMUSEi
'CLAY' STREST* :
S'Open^ daily 'from 10 A. M. to 5^ P-fh^
c? "Admission;^ 2S cents^ * Free on > ba'.uru« .
- ' " BCntt_MKR'RESO3.TS. - .^
re*Qri^Ftne";vlaws;:J strong, "CaaW^.
p«alw 3 andiOhlo .raUways: Only .1^ -&J
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