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the Christmas Horn Is
Notold and passe published books;, no m^ap
drscarded types; no i poorer bindih^thah the best
in any single volume that is published no
matter where or by whom. THE BEST IN ALL
or do not look for the book at Cohen's. If is arid
has for many years beeri the bookstore of Rich
mond and will continue if money and careful iri
teiligent labor can keep it there; IT'S THE
BOOKSTORE DOUBLED OF A YEAR AGO
WITH PRICES INDEPENEENT OF WHAT
OTHERS GET FOR THEM. Cohen's is the small profit store for the
best end newest. When it fails in that mission it will fail to deserve
your patronage. IN TO-DAY'S BOOK SALE:
2,178 Fancy Cloth Bound Books—
fclion, poetry, biography, etc. j the
usual 20c. 16 mo. volumes, q»-,
for V. .■-.-.. P-t
13 mo. and 16 mo. various sorts
and publications, scmeis.ooo books in
all, hundreds of various titles by the
best authcrs, most of them published to
be sold at ihi popular price of V q^,
50c, the choice i 5...... ...... * Vl'
There are full libraries at 8 and 9c. a
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most possible for your money.
A t ALE OF LONDON BIBLES—
NOTES
OF
SOCIETY.
Miss Maria Blair'B lecture on the Ma
donnas, yesterday afternoon at the
Woman's Christian Association, was a
rare treat to many who have not had the
opportunities for visiting, as Miss Blair
ticis done, the famous European 'art gal
jcrics. All the old masteis and celebrated
vninters whose conceptions of tne Blesed
V r irgin have been placed on can
vas, were treated of and the strong points
in each impressed on the audience.
Raphael's Sistine Madonna. Murillo As
sumption, the Procession to Calvary, by
a Spanish artist. Mater Dolorcsa, the
Madonna ci" the Artist Church, were a few
of .those that were mentioned. Miss Blair
closed her lecture by paying a tribute to
the wonderful meekness of the Blessed
Virgin, which is strongly manifested
throughout her entire life, and which
characterizes her whether in the com
pany of angels, kings, or the fishermen of
Galilee. The large audience hall of the
Woman's Christian Association was fiHed
to Us utmost capacity by a fashionable
3nd cultured audience, who gave iiiss
Blair their closest attention. After the
ecture, a large number of Madonna cal
endars were disposed of and quite a nu-e
iitlie sum was netted by the Whittle Me
morial Circle of King's Daughters. Some
of those present were Mrs. J. B. Light
foot. Mrs. H. B. Bondar, Mrs. Wingo. Mrs.
George T. King. Mrs. W. W. Wright,. Mrs.
Duk«\ Mrs. John W. Gordon. Mrs. J. S.
'.Vellford. Miss Emily Morris.-Mrs. Hous
ton, Mrs. William Wade, Miss Alice
Dooley, Mrs. R. McJones.
Dr. and Mrs. William M. Wade celebrat
j(V their crystal wedding on last Monday
evening in a very charming manner. A
very elegant supper was served and the
table was beautifully decorated with ros<-s
and carnations. Among those present
were Mrs. H. P. Lef ebore. Mrs. W. A.
lowers, Miss Macky Powers, of Clarke
Ipoufty, Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Wade.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reid. Dr. and Mir.
Wade, received a large number of hand-
Eomc cut glass presents.
* • •
Miss Nellie Robbins. of Baltimore. vi<n
be the guest of Mrs. George L. Pcnder.
who has recently moved in her new home,
1511 Hanover street, next week.
* •
A very delightful silver tea will be given
at the home of 2^-s. George T. King. SC»
cast Leigh street, next Friday afternoon,
from 4 to C o'clock, and from S to 10
o'clock. The decorations will be in wh'te
nnd gold, and proceeds will be for the Re
bekah Peterkin Circle of King's Daugh
ters.
. : • » •■ :,-.--
Thursday will be -donation day at the
Sheltering Arms Hospital, and all con
tributions of whatever nature, will be
gratefully received by the ladies.
* . •■-..-
Mrs. Turner Ashby MiLer gave a flag
cut lire pnrty in honor of her aunt. Mrs.
E. H. Miller, of Danville, yesterday af
ternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock in her home,
opposite the Soldiers' Home. The tables
■were, marked with smalS silk flags of
nil nations, the score was kept with
flags and the markers .pinned on wltn
flag pins. • The entertainment was
unique and very attractive. At the con
clusion of. the game supper was serv
td! in cour.3es on the card tables. The
fcouse had . been artistically decorated
•with chrysanthemums and other fall
flowers.
•. • :
The marriage of Miss Emma D. Mills to
Mr. Archer L,. Ford took place yesterday
♦■venin,-; at^the home of Mrs. McAlister. at
«;02 Beverly strc«:t. Mr. Bradley Taylor
performing the- ceremony. The bride was
attired' in white, and carried white chrys
anthemums. The attendants of the bride
■wc-rc Miss Lula Mills. mr-*il of honor, and
Misses Birchie Mills and Rosa Wingo, all
of. Richmond, bridesmaids: all were at
tired in white and carried flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford will be home to their
friends at GO2 Beverly street.
The following Richmond people were
present: Mr. and Mrs. McAlister, Mrs.
Bam Walker, Mrs. Talley, Mrs. Burnett,
Mrs; Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, Mrs.
E. J. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Mrs.
Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. John Alley, Misses
Harriet and Rosa Lowry. Miss Lena
Mills. Miss Jcra Ford. Mrs. Blankenship,
Mis? Etta Portaway. Miss L»na Porta
wav, Mrs. Hill and Miss Cartrell: Mrs.
Witt and Miss Fannie Witt, and Mrs.
J>illy Woodi?oii. of Hanover: ■ Mrs. Walter
Thorpe anci family; MJsb Bessie Johnson,
Mrs.- Watson..
: ''Messrs. L; W. Terrell, Andrew Damson.
J. W. ChildrcFß.. H. J. Ford. E. E. P'ord.
H. J. ; Frnnklln. Catrcll.. O. B. Atkinson.
J. H. Wulion.: C -1.. Mills. Deals, and
,"riiacl:er,; of ' West Virginia ; Robert and
foe McAllister of Fredcrlcksburg, were
• also pi - e6cnt. . ' . - -
"' '. '; ' „ *-.'*-' '■
There was a* very enjoyable entertain
fn<*nt: given j at]£lhe] home of ; Mr. and Mrs.
V/illieCondflck'.iSr'South Reservoir street!
-1 Thursday, evening. The house was taste
: fully: decora ted and th< re were many
;frlendß\of'the:ybung couple present who,
■after spending; a. pleasant time dancing
and other, amusements, regretfully ' bade
their hest and hostess
•'•" ■ '-■ ": '/' ■ ?■*■'•'.-•■• '" •■ »• •
1 The approaching marriage Is announced
; «>fi Ml«s> Emma .Thompson, of Fefdohia,
; K.v:Y.. and Mr. George Powers, of - this
C 8 * Wln take P^ce December
"SS^l^ '^^.accompanied i by^ hlsl bro-i
iZI ? r » r<k Powers.^ When^^he bflwrr
lS!i%?^^ Richmond. Ithey^u^Ss ;
Ftoeir home oa wuth Third etrwt
Full ssze Teachers' Bibles, limp seal,
revised version,. with concordance maps
and many other helps. The best $5.50
j Bible ever sold; ;only 1,172' to- Q.Oi-,
be sold; price ... .. ;:;....... -.ooy
51.00 BIBLE FO3 38c. Handy size,
full gold edge a_d good type, on India
paper. -"~ : ;
Cellu'oid-Bound White Bible,^hand
some, published as a^.oo Bible,. for
$i.oo, and many others. :■-■;: ■-■;
jTESTAMENTS, well bound for
4 j cents, from " that up^O HP
Prayer-Books an_ HymnalsV .'evjery
] novel sort of bindings, in;u.the
Miss. Mary Louise Bruce, who is to be
one of this season's most attractive de
butantes, is visiting relatives at Hock
Castle, Goochland county. Miss Bruce
j will return to Richmond soon and be
for the winter with her aunt, Mrs. George
Ben Johnston. Rumors are current of a
large party to be given in her honor early
in the season. . . ■.'■' . -Is
* _ • ■'.••
Mrs. Dunbar Roy. of Atlanta, formerly
I Miss Carrie Ellfitt. of this city, gave a
handsome entertainment this weekiirither
.home. The Atlanta Journal says: •??! *•'■•
' "Mrs. Roy was beautifully powne'd and
j looked exceedingly handsome in white
I and blue tissue, made with low neck and
! short sleeves. A great deal of "white
Spanish lace was used forming the- yoke
and panels on the skirt, 'and the corsage
| was chiefly of lace. A large black bow
'of velvet ribbon was worn in the
coiffure."
■ _ •<■»•.'.'•.'*:.. ''•''. '
Invitations have been received; 'here
I from Mr. and Mrs. Edward WjllJams
j Amsrien to the-mnrringe of their daughter,
! Harrietts to Captnin Leßoy Springs
I Lyon. artillery corps. United States.army.
■to take place Dec. 1 in St. Bartholomew
; church. Brooklyn. N. Y. Captnin Lyon is
I a son of the late John Lyon, a distinguish
ed lawyer of Petfrsbunr and Richmond,
and was born in Petersburg. He is well
. known here.
I "
if The marriage cf Mies Elizabeth See
linger, daughter of Mrs. Amelia Seelin
; per, to Mr. William 11. Bahen. will take
place next Tuesday evening, at 5 P. M..
at the rpsidonce of the bride, No. 115
I cast Marshall street.
j .An interesting- mnrriage. which "will
' take place on Wednesday. November 2<Uh.
; at C o'clock, will be that of Miss Goldie
j Vera Curtis to Mr. Henry Joseph Miscoe.,
• Both of the your.fr people are well known
i in this city and Beltimore.
j* * *
i Miss Lizzie Brander is the guest of Mrs.
i William Ronne Aylett. of No. 113 Thirty
j first street. Newport News.
I /-..•-•
J Mrs. Patrick has been visiting her
■ daughter. Mrs. Mac Talley. at the apart
ment of the latter. Fourth and Franklin
. streets.
i * ' - •
i Miss Sophie White is still in New York,
; and will not return to Richmond for some
j weeks.
* » • ■ •" *
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, of New J York,
will come to Richmond next week and be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Valen
j tine, at No. 103 south Third street.', Mr.
j Baldwin will appear under the auspices
j of the Richmond Educational Association.
lat the Young Men's Christian Associa-'
tion Hall to-night, nnd will tell tfis;£au|
I dienee why "A Business Man Should Be
i Educated."
i . *-' - .
: Misses Annie and Lelia Gray, who went
] abroad last spring with Mr. and' Mrs.
; James Caskie. have returned home. 'Their
trip, an extended one. was very delight
ful. '" ■?- » ■
Miss Reynolds, of Scranton. Pa., is the
guest of Miss Elsie Watkins. and will re
main with her young hostess until I lifter
Thanksgiving. . iay.t
Miss Josephine Putney will attend the j
double wedding of hor friends, the Mifses
Goodwin, in Wytheville, one of the most
interesting out-of-town prospective mip
tial* happenings.
*„ * ■
Mrs. Buckner Randolph and Mr. and
Mrs. Dabney Crenshaw attended the Tay-
J lor-Randolph wedding in Norfo.K. Thurs
day, afternoon.
* «.■ ♦
Mrs. Charlrs T. O'Ferrall. wife of r ex-
Governor O'Ferrall. and her daughter.
Miss Helen O'Ferrall,. yesterday issued '
invitations to a card party Wednesday
evening at S o'clock, in their homoCv. 903
Park avenue. - >J\
* *• *
, Miss Camille Hayes, of Morgantown,
j W. Va.. will be the guest of Miss Jane
Wingo during Thanksgiving.
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Mrs. W. E. Thurston will give a parlor
j talk at the Woman's Club on Monday, af r
J ternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Her subject.. Self- j
| Imposed Limitations of Personal Develop- j
| ment. bftlng of- particular interest to^-o-j
men. Mrs. George W. Stevens willt be j
chairman of the day. - >
Tho Milton C. Work .Whist Club met. at
the Woman's Club on Thursday,' after
noon, when team whist was played. Team
j No. 3 again made top. score, thebutfons
bring won by Misses E. M. Harvie' and
Josephine Knox. .north and south; -and
Miss Claire Guillaume. and Mrs. Arthur
Cannon, east and west The next meet
ing of the club will be on Wednesday, as
usual.. . , . • ."> -.
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Miss Annie Pendleton Gordon will have
as. her" guest on Thanksgiving Day, Miss j
Mann, of Baltimore. -!.'.
*»• ■ ■
Miss Elizabeth Easley will be the guest; J
of Miss Rebecca Daingerfield Gordon: tor <
Thanksgiving. -- . ■ . '*& - '
i Colonel W. O. Skelton," of this city.fwUl
|be among the guests? at the' ba'cheJor
! dinner which Mr. Heth Lorton willi'sjlve
[at the St. Nicholas Club on ■," Saturday,
I evening. November iJth, in New-York?".
[ : •:'»•'■."•*-'" .■ ■ • ",- ,
I Mrs. Charles E. Wortham has": returned;
; from a, delightful visit to New York
; city. ■ : - ■■ '; ;;■ •■ .." ■; . :: . .;. .; . ■ =.<■■. ■
I ■' ' ' ;. ''.' ■ •■"■■■ ,• . • k-3^. '•■ ■ '.' '■-■ 5y
iMrs. A. H. Cobbs. or." Glade Spring;
who. Is : the guest | of Miss Sader. on Th"ird
street, .will ; act' asdnme :'of;:honorvatrth"e'
rVanderslice-Sadler wedding ; next Tues
day;/ ■;■-.■■•'■/■:,;_-; ■;';. •' ; : ''Z^-p-V.
': ■ . • . ♦
vThe Junior. Auxiliary -of ,th«. Homes, for
Incurables met 1 at the v residence |of Mrs."
Mann ;1 8. Valentine. ;on •; west i \ Franklin ;
s^^"^dajy »t| uoohrS The : imports lot I
imm^^MmSs^aiMmmsMwUß^ 2a 3SB
revised edition, prices, &/C Crt
19c. to ............... ;,JvPV.iSM
A large lot of copyrighted books;
some 500 titles, are on sale AQ.r>
for .-V. ...;.. ...:.:::..... Ol
THE NEW CALENDARS AND
B JOKLETS differ from all the previous,
mostly imponed from Berlin, because
American artists are laggards in the
art. They "are a , sight in themselves.
Cdme- V and look~--.over'(t-f -Y-^QQ
them, 2c. to -v ... . .... '*P I*'" 0
- This bookstore bids a hearty wel
come to all, that wish to look ovar them.
You maystep behind the counters or
any part you wish.
encouraging. ' It. was decided to make an
appeal through.the papers for an endow
ment fund for the Home for Incurables.
CLEAR FIELD FOR SCOTT.
Judge Wickiia'nt-. "Withrtravrsj tin n
Candidate for Tenth Circus.
The nomination of Mr. R. Carter Scott
as judge of the Tenth Judicial Circuit by
acclamation when the Democratic legisla
tive caucus meets next Tuesday evening
for the purpose of filling the prospective
vacancy, is now assured, if there was any
doubt on that score. The action of Judge
T. Ashby Wickham, of Henrico. in with
drawing his. name, now fully assures that
result. .'/'■.
Mr. Scott having been. nominated by the
bar of the city Tiiurssrtay, and having a
majority of th« caucus- pledged to him or
favorable to his candidacy, he would have
won anyhow, but Judge Wickham wouid
have received a handsome complimentary
vote. The graceful action of the Henrico
judge in .withdrawing his name .now,
ifiaves his friends free to cast their votes
or to give their voice to the acclaim in
naming Mr. Scott.
Judge Wickham addressed his letter
withdrawing his name to the gentlemen
who urged his candidacy, and in the
course of his communication he- pays Mr.
Scott a graceful and deserved tribute thit
does credit to the retiring aspirant.
Here is the letter:
To Messrs. E. B. Thomason, T. A. Cary,
J. R. V." Daniel, Addison Maupin, Wal
ter E. Grant, and others:
Gentlemen,— l have no doubt from the
information I have received that the rion.
R. Carter Scott, of Richmond, Va., is the
choice of the members of the Genera'
Assembly for judge of the Circuit Court
for the Tenth Judicial District, composer!
of the. county of Henrico and the city of
Richmond. I have as little doubt that the
bar and people of Henrico would prefer
me for the same position. .
This being the state, of the case, I yield
to the supeilo.-'wisdom of the judge-mak
ing body, and must decline any further
contest. .And I do -this with the greafr
willingness, as I believe Mr. Scott to lie
eminently : qualified for j the . place both by
his character and attainments. - "
With such thanks for your friendship as
I have not adequate words to express, 1
am, Very truly yours,
'E. ASHBY WICKHAM.
THE EDUCATION BOARD.
Dr. UJackircll President— Cotfrcll
ami Ames Fill Vacancies.
The Board of Education of the Virginia
Annual Conference, met at the close of
the conference session and organized for
the coming four years by the election' o,*
President R. E.Blackwell. of Randolpii-
Macon. as president. and : Rev. Jamcsr
Cannon. Jr.. of Blackstone Institute, as
secretary and treasurer. The board- filleo
two vacancies by the election of *W. E.
Cottrell, Esq.. of Newport. News, and L..
John Ames. Esq.,- of Churchland.
This board has in large measure the
direction of educational matters in the
Virginia Conference for the next four
years, and is heartily in sympathy with
a progressive policy, and will co-operatr
with the other educational forces of thf
State in aiding in -the betterment of the
educational .situation.
3'ink Carnations. 25e. V«m» Dozen.
• Roses,-; Chrysanthemums, Violets, etc.,
Bouquets, Designs shipped to any point.
W. A: HAMMOND.
107 east Broad street.
- ; ___ — . — + — — — - -■' "' :
$1.25 TO XORFOUC AXD RETURN.
V"-'■-' . . . - -
Thank«srivins-Dny, Tlinrsday, Nov.
-Tth— Via Xorfol.; 'ami Western lily.
-Train leaves "Richmond. Byrd-Street
(Union) Depot; 9 A. M.; Petersburg,. 9 :C3
A.. M:, arriving^ Norfolk, 11 -iO, A; M. "Re
turning,- leaves, "Norfolk: 7:50 P. M. Fast
train; no change -of cars.- See the great
game of foot-ball— V/M. I. vs. V. P. I.— ln
Norfolk. Gn that day. For. tickets and full
information, apply, to W.Steele, ticket
agent, depot, or at. company's ofTice, SSS
east Main street; John ,E. ; Wagner, city
passenger , and. ticket -agent. - ■'■■
'; ; - - ■ C H. BOSLEY;
• District Passenger Agent.
EXCURSION TO Sv/KFOLK:
Thankssi>"inßr-pay Foot-Ball— V. M.
li.vn A T . P. I.'vln A..C. L, ami ' X. *fc
:W, nnilvrays. ;
On Thanksffivingr-Day, November 27th.
the Atlantic-Coast. Line and. Norfolk and
Western railway .will sell round-trip tick
ets to Norfolk at $1.25; Train; leaves Rich
mond. Byrd-Street (Union) Stat]on. 9 ;A.
M., arriving- Norfolk; 11:20 A. ,M. Return
ing, special train will leave . Norfolk jat
7 :C0 • P.' M. . For ticlrets and r f u rt her infor
mation.: apply; to.-W.Stcele. ticket agent,
Byrd-Street "Station ; John -- E. Wagner,
ci ty; passenger ; and ; ticket agent, ' Norfolk
and Western railway^ S3B east^Main street,
or ; ;C.;S:^ CAMPBELL, ._,
•. Division. Passenger; Agent,
; 83S east:Main : street.
FOOT-BALL^
V. 31. ;I. vs :.: V. P. I. at. IVorfollc,
Tnnnk»giviue-pay, November 27th.
- This;.w]Hibeone o^the most hbtry-con
; tested j grames" Jn; Virginia* this se"asori," pg
both i teams ? are playing excellent; ball! ar.d
; are^evehl>% "matched.- i The "iroundrtrip /rate
■ toj Norfolh :^onT that s day,;; will i. be $1. £6 ';via
the i Norfollij ahd'WesternTfrall^ay^ and ;a
erei^f|hanyrfrien^S;OfjbothUeams;lnVth
<sown to cheer their favorites on tbjvlc»
BLOODY RUN RAVINE.
EIGHT. ' THOUSAJra; DOLLAIIS TO
STOP bESTIiuCTIVE HEHOIiIRHACE.
PROMPT ACTION ADOPTED^
Common Conncil Makes Appropria
tion for ConHtrnction of Sew'.Scwcr
' a* Tlilrty-Firflt and Broad StrcetH—
Special Meeting of Board of Al
dermen Called to Concur. .
j It took the Common> Council: about live
minutes last night, ■■; after^ it got a money
quorum together, .to suspend the "rules
and adopt the recommendation of .tne
Committee on Streets," that ; SS,cJ3 .-be'' rip-,
pr'opriated for the construction : of a. sew
er ■on Thirty-first r ' street from Broad ' to
Franklin. and : on' Broad street 'from
Thirty-first to Thirtieth r street; In conse
quence of the clogging and overflow of
the Bloody, Run; ravine sewer and the re
ported havoc wrought thereby to /pri
vate property during, the past ; few days.
CALL FOR SPECIAL MEETING.
The following is the call tor the .special
meeting and the resolution reported by
the Street Commltttcee as read by Clerk
I August on the assembling of the body:
! "Mr. Sol L. Blooomberg, President of the
i Common Council:' * ' ■■■_'■
"Dear Sir.— The Committee oh Streets
i and Snockoe Creek respectfully request
you to call a meeting; of. your honorable
body to -consider' the question of ..appro-,
priatirg the sum of SS.OOrr for the .con
struction of a sewer on Thirty-first street
from Broad to Franklin street; also on
Broad street from Thirty-first to Thirtieth
street. Tney deem the action necessary
from. the facts as stated to them by Mr.
Jackson .JBolton, Acting City Engineer,
i hat the sewer in Bloody Run ravine has
either broken or become choked up. and ■
should be replaced by a sewer on Thirty- I
first street from Fonklin to Broad street;.;
also along Broad street from -Thirty-first j
to Thirtieth street. ' '
"In consequence of the great depth of
the Bloody Run sewer, and in view of the
fact that this sewer runs across private
property, it would be more expensive,
as well as unwise, to attempt to repair
the Bloody Run sewer, and it should be
tepiaced by the sewers mentioned above
and at once/ and from the further fact
that the City Attorney, Mr. H. R. Pol
lard, stated that there should be no;de
lay In "this matter.:
"Trusting that you will comply -with the
request of the "committee, I am,
""Very respectfully,
"OTWAY S. ALLEN,
"Chairman of Committee on Streets and
Shockoe Creek."
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON STREETc
Following is the resolution reported by
the Committee on Streets:
"Bo it Resolved by the Common Coun
cil of the City of Richmond, the Board
of Aldermen concurring. That the turn
of 53,000 be, snd the same is hereby, ap
propriated and placed to the credit of
sewers: The said. sum of 5-3,000. or so fhucn
thereof as may be necessary to be ex
pended in the construction of a sewer
on Thirty-first street from Broad to Fran
klin street,; also' on Bread street from
Thirty-first to .Thirtieth street, with
ill necessary stacks and street basins, and
.'he Committee .on Streets and Shockoe
Creek are hereby authorized to construct
such sewer.
"Contracts to be let and work to ie
lone under the direction of the said com
mittee, and the cost" thereof to be charged
10 the appropriation for sewers. All pro
perty ownars abutting pn said sewer tc
be charged a rental for the use of same,
in pursuance of the ordinance approved
October 16, 1000, entitled an ordinance to
provide what compensation shall be paid
to' the city of Richmond for the use of
sewers, culverts, or. drains, in cases where
thure has been no assessment maoe
against property owners for the construc
tion of -the same.
"very respectfully,
.'"OTWAY S. ALLEN.
"Chairman . of- Committee on Streets and
Shockoe Creek." .
UNANIMOUS ACTION.
Mr. Ellett. of Lee Ward, moved the
rules l;e suspended. .
Unanimously tarried.
Mr. Mills, of Jefferson Ward, moved the
rccommenuatipn be adopted^-
Unanimously carried.
There were present— R. L. Peters. In
the chair; Allen, Anderson. Bossieux.
Clowes. Crenshaw, Curtis, Ellett, Fer
gusson, Garber," Glenn, Grimes. Hargrove,
Hcslep, Hicks, Huber, Mills, O'Neil, Phil
lips, Russell, Spence, Stein, Teefey, West,
and Williams.
ALDERMEN WILL CONCUR.
President William - M. Turpin ga%'e no
tice that he would call a meeting of the
Board of Aldermen oh the question of
concurrence for next Wednesday night.
THE SEWER SUBSIDES.
A visit yesterday to Thirty-first anu
Broad streets, the locality of the over
sow which followed the heavy rains of
Tuesday, and .an inspection .of the neigh
borhood, showed the condition of affairs
to be about normal, the water having
subsided, and left not only the houses. I
ihe lower floors of which were sub-j
merged, but the streets as well.
COMPLETE DREDGE OUTFIT.
C:ii»*. "\V. IT. Cnrti-s Explains. What It
■■'.';*. JllSiStS Of.
In answer to the question as to what
v complete dredge outfit consists of. cap
tain W. H. Curtis, chairman of tne
James River Improvement Committee,
said last night ' that "• it ■ consists of a
dredge, scows " and "tugboat." "We have
;he tugboat," he said, "and we^yant such
a dredge as the Finance' Committee may
decide upon purchasing 'to do permanent
work in the harbor. The scows are neces
sary -to take -material.' from a dipper
drpflge that cannot be removed by pump
dredge, such as large boulders, etc.
Christian Science Lcetnrc.
Judge William G. Ewing. of Chicapo.
will lecture on Christian Science at "the
Academy. of Music, in this city, to-morrow
(Sunday), .week. November SOth, at -4
o'clock- P. M. The 'lecture will be free
and tlie public is invited. Judge Ewinpr
was formerly judge of the Superior Court
in Chicago, and is one of the most dis
tinguished Christian - Scientists in the
country. He comes here at the invitation
of the local congregation of the faith which
is now completely \ organized, although it
hasno house of worship, and holds .its
meetings at. the home- of Mrs. Alice M.
Bernard, ,1201 Grove avenue. Judge Ewihg
spoke here .'about eighteen months, ago
and made a good impression. As very lit
tle is known in Richmond of. the Christian
Science, doctrines,' or.^ methods, it "is likely
that curiosity will attract a large audience
to the Academy. to hear both discussed. -
'Hebrew La«lics» -'Memorial. "■•:-
The president of the Hebrew Ladies' Me
morial: Association calls a' meeting "to bp
held at her. residence,; 510 ; east Franklin
street, on the " : 25th Instant, at 4
o'clock P.^ M. A very' important and. in
teresting".question ;will:-be; discussed,' and
it is desired ! that •.; every member .will-, be
present to aid ;in its " decision." r
To "Weil Next Week. .
-Another wedding/; exciting interest' in
Baltimore and t Richmond is -that of < Miss
Goldie Vera . Curtis, daughter of : Mr .: John
B.T Curtis, '• to Mr! ' Henry ; J. Mesco'e." The
ceremony; will take place at v 6:o'clock 'on
the; >vfning:of the S9th. at. the episcopal
residence,; corner . of :;Elghth: ;Elghth and Grace
streets. .•-' - ■_■- „ -*"
. ..'.. Colonel 'Ocliiltrce 111; V . :
;HOT: SPRINGS.;; VA'-r; Nov. :n:-Colohel
,Thomas^OchJltrce.^forn\erly.rrepresentatiye
from^T^kasfi ls^crltically 111 jhere.'^nd ! there
Is ;iittleihope-for-his; recovery. ; He hadfan
attack? of f, pneumonia*; about ? a >yearS &gd;
This ole f t % hl^ heart Sweak>§andj| hej^was
furtKeriweakepedSbylafc^lditakVnfa
funeral.of? John'- W.Mackay, who i 'wMibli
lW«lon*lfriei
;^^y;H^ f E»^tOYJ«KNT;:;WASTS.^-:;;,r^-
; -,; yrhm X preieated to >th« Dlipatf Meonntt*.
accoinpinl-jd -_y -the ? cart, ' , "Xnploynwnt
Wanti," :•-- VBoomi -• for Eefnt." r /""Wanted
Eboma/f lVßoarderi Wanted." f'Board^"Want
od.'f"'VLo-t.latrayed;-or-Stol-n.";will *• i°*
serted,> properly c;_isiaedjiSsiWordi'or ; le»i.
f or;. 2fic eaot : uunrtion ; additional words,
Ic^eich. 'ir CHASGEI> ! OK- ; OUH> BOOKS.
50 CEKT3 rOK- ONE-HALT IMCK '■■ SPACE.
' LEARN - siTUA
tions:.secured,', $15 to $i 5 weekly. ?HOME
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL. PhiladeN.
phla. - • - - mh;;23-Sa;,tf/:
'. '•-■•-' - - WASTED;: ; •'..-:•.■■'■ :■'■■':"".
RiELTABLE PERSON , IN EACH DlS
trJcl?-to manage 'business for old nous^.
Salary $18 weekly. Expenses advanced.
Permanent position. Enclose self-address
ed -envelope. : MANAGER, : 542 ; Caxton
building. Chicago. ' •
.no 5,9,15.1G,2^,23.£9,30 * „ :..' r ■ ;
..:■::•--■■ -wanted; ■:..
DISTRICT : MANAGER IN; EACH -Dis
trict .at'^salary , of; $15 .per -week and ex
penses,payable weekly, to represent largo
manufacturing 'establishment I known to
every ; bank in thalUn! ted ' States. A man
of -good' habits and; energy required.. Ex
perience not /necessary." Apply.- _ stating
age :and qualifications."- to' -MANAGEK.
Departmen t -V. 4, Post-office Box 824. Phil
adelphia, Pa. no 12Wed&Satlt
WASTED. .:
REGISTERED PHARMACIST TO TAKE
charge' of a drugstore in small town:
good location and expenses low;- liberal
contract offered:' married or single may
apply: Address PHARMACIST, care Dls
paich office. no 21-6t
AVAXTED.
OCCUPANTS FOR TWO NICE. LARGE
Second-Floor Rooms; convenient- to bath,
Apply 103 east Clay street. no 22-2t«
WAM'bU.
THIS AD. TVILL PR JVE ' SALARY
and expenses advanced- to salesmen, also
ndver Users.- TRIUiviPH COMPANY.-.Dal
las.-Tex.' •; ' . : ■ no 22-2t* ';
WASTED.
A RELIABLE SERVANTS FOR FAM
ily. of three. Apply to 1216 Park avenue.
n022-2t-
WASTED,
YOUNG MAN FOR GOOD STENO
crraphic position at Clifton Forge. . Va.
One of h.t .graduates- preferred. Apply
to-day at MASSEY • BUSINESS COL
LEGE." no 22-lt*
■' WANTED.
BCY WANTED TO LEARN TO x- EED
nrinlirer- press and help in "-• our manu
facturing department. Good chnnce to
ndvance for industrious boy. . SOUTH
ERN STAME & STATIO.^ERY CO.
no 22-21*
WASTED,
MEN TRAVELLING FOR - WHOLE-
grocery houses in the Southern
States to sell a projicsition that win
double their income. No samples. Ad
dress MANUFACTURER, care Dispatch.
. no 22-2t*
„ WASTED.
MOLDERS: A FEW GOOD. COMPKr
t"nt ' -Machinery Mo'ders: steady work
Wages. ?t per 3a v tn risht men. Onv:
«hop. Address, M. KAPL.AN. Box AV>
Birmingham, A.j.. ye"22ts
nUSJXESS WAXTS.
IVAXTCn.
Jl FOR WHOLE SOLING ■ STTOE?
l—c r..w; 75c. Half Soling Men's Shoos:
I'nic. Ladies' Shoes. !^/ery pair restitch
cd; no big, uerly sewing around sole lik«
t. - No nr.i".- or pegs. 'Phonr
fnew) 1232. fold) 1..(T7. Will send anywhere.
renr»- -nd return nroiiptlv.; -
DREW'S- ELECTRIC POWER SHOE
: 'ACTORY. 71« east ?J aln street.
"WANTED,
TO BUY FOUR DIRT CARTS AND
harness for mules to draw them. Apply
?o G. 11. HELMS, Superintendent of the
Penitentiary. no 22-it-
STOP PAYING UEXT.
WANTED. RENTERS WHO CAN
save $7.50 monthly to own homes; $5!.0
(■o JS.Oi'K): 3 per' oent. Business written
over 53.009.000. Home brings )iappiness.
A crents wanted. Room 5, Chamber of
Commerce/ . no 16-12t
WANTED,
DO YOU WANT TO nl OH' ■WO T ?TC T **T.
for others on a limilvd salary and enter
i bxisiness of your ■ own - and -become an
employer? JI.OJO cash will place you in
that position. Hi?h-toned, permanent,
ar.d absolutely safe: equal to $10,000 in
vested In other lir.Vs; no scheme., but
thoroughly legitimate. A better invest
ment in case of death than $10,000 life in
suranc". Invpstlijnfp this. Address
"SUCCESS." this. office. . no 22-1 1
MASOXIC XOTICES.
MEMBERS OF FRATERNAL A
LODGE. No. 53. A. F. and A. JL JA
are requested to attend a cal'.ed /SiT
communication of their lodge /.>r >
MONDAY EVENING. November iith
at 7:30 o'clock, for work. Members of
Sister lodges and transient brethren in
vited. Work' ln M.-M. and F.D. Degrees.
By order of the W. M.
E. BOTTIGHEIMER.
no 22-lt " ' • "V -Secretary.
TAX -NOTICE.
; MANCHESTER TAXES.
I AM NOW .READY TO RECEDE
the lnst half of. the CITY, SCHOOL, and
SEWER TAXES, also the STATE
TAXES for IC€2.
• All -.persons who have paid the first
half of the city taxes -and who pay the
other half by December Ist will save b
per cent.' penalty on that half, and those
who have paid none will save the 5 per
cent, penalty on the last half of the city,
school, and sewer tax by paying tlie
whole of the same by December Ist.
Five per cent. 'will' be added. to all taxes.
£tate, city, school, and sewer, unpaid De
i.e;nber 1, ICO2.
J. W. BRONAUGH. JR..
Treasurer City of Manchester.'
no 21-t de 1 in
DR.' J. P. GILLIAM. TREASURER
n-ill be at Jones & Clements' store
Swansboro". to COLLECT TAXES for
Chesterfield county, November 21st '2P-\
nnd 24th. Five per cent, penalty will be
added 'to all bills unpaid on December
Ist. ' J. P. GILLIAM,
no 21-3t* .. . Treasurer. "
EDL'CATIOXATi.
ART SCHOOL
.-, : of Rlclimond, Va.,
■corner Madison and Grace streets.
Miss ANNIE C. FLETCHER,
Instructor.
Mr. MITTELDORFER STRAUS,
Teacher of Design.
Classes: Monday— lo-2, Drawing; Tues
day—lo-2. Painting: Wednesday— lo-1.
Painting: '.-■. Wednesday —2-5. Modelling;
Thursday— "-5. -Design; Thursday— S-10,
Drawing; Friday— S-10. Drawing: Satur
day— 10-1. Children's Drawing and Model
ling Class; Saturday— 2-5, Teachers' Class;
Saturday— 3-5.- Design." • •
Classes are now being organized in
drawing, modelling-find painting. in water
color and oil. Tnorough instructions given
in these various studies. '
LOST. -STRAYED, AXD FOUXu.
LOST, ONE BLACK. WHITeTaND
TAN SETTER BITCH- PUPPY: about 7
months old; .heavily marked black:
strayed from corner of Hermitage road
and Bellevue' avenue. Reward if returner 1
to CHARLES B. .COOK, .1107 east Main.
■VT ' :y".-~.": y ".-~." ■' "..'.'' • nols-lt---
Colonel Ochiltree _was sent here on ; ad
vice :of Dr. Morris?? of New: York, about
a fortnight; ago, but came here to late to
be ; bcnefited. ': .-: . ".!> ■ * .
• ; Cornelias Vauorer Dead.
;.. FREEZING, VA., November 21.—(Spe
cial.)— Cornelius Vanover. : aged = S5, died at
his V home, on .Cumberland "mountain,- a
day or, two ago. aftera longjlllness. Mr.
Vanover- was- the oldest man in this
county, with probable exception of one.
. . Ttlclijnoiidcr« In.XeTV York. .
:'[. NEW ; * YORK.' .: November :21 .—(Special )
'. Following were .the Richmohders regisr
; tef cd ;' yesterday Yin New York : . . '
; : .v. Waldorf. F. A. : Davenport. : "WT. ' B. Ten
inantr. ■> % r, ■ , . ■ ' • -„.
; ; Herald Square. v J. T. ■ Disney arid i wif e,
L "■-: T>:^Brlgga fc Jr.. j> R; ; B. -^ Forrest; f ■* ■'•■ ;■ -.i:. i :
fr.Victoria, L- Broom.
viMajTlborouifh.' P.' Belvtn.
SBroadwayJCentrai;],T^E. Taylor.
M Bt,f Dennie, J. i M,\ Fourqurean;
; " si'ECIAiv^SOTirES.- -■
Headquarters for Groceries.
Granulated ; Sri<rar,j)er Ib. ;^|>»
r33estGin?:er Snaps or So- IJLryfc.
' Jji ;Grackors"vp6ond . . . . ";^ —
New Ta. : Buckwheat, per "yc^r
;pouuaaa,or;7:il^;..v. : ..^^
; Lar«^icann^j^-Tomatoes^>g^;
9^,:or/3 cans for 'J-ii..^ *M^
White A " ■ Su^ar, 6 pounds oorr r
Arbuck-es or Cardova Cof- | '~fiU
\':7eerlßvV.-:..r."MV / ::\:V. v i : y.V
Good Salt- PorV; per,lb: ...... 10c
Prepared Mouutr.in Buck- | f\~
wheat, package - - ..-. . > ■- . *Mr
Blackberry or Catawba |A-
Wine, per quart ..........
Silver KiD_r Jb'iour, always ri'ffjn
crbod, barrel $4. 10, ba_r... V
Snowflakfc Patent Faraily rj^ r
rio«r,:barrel. §3.50. bas;. '^~?S"-
Best City Meal, per peck. . . ...20c
Good : . Gfeetx or Mixed Tea. 1b..30c
New N . G. Cut Herrings, doz. 12c
Best Feed- Oats, V QV A(\n
bu5he1 ..........:..:.... :;**"vt-
Best New Crop N. O. Mo- £f\ ,
lasses, per 11 ... *V *
Best B ro wnstuit' or Bran, per
hundred . . $1
Good Lard per pound.!. ■-. . . . . . .9c
Best Sweet Potatoes, peck... ..15c
Lion Coffee, 1 pound paper.. .. 9c
Mountain Eoll Butter 1 lb.
roll.. {. ............... ....15c
Best Syrup, in qt. Mason Jars. 10c
S. ULLIVISIM'S-SON,
Down Town Stores, 1 32 0-182 2 E. Main
Street.
Uptown, 506 E. Marshall Street.
Manchester, 1212-1214- Hull Street,
Manchester.
BOTH JPHOXES AT >_M OtU STOK-iCS
'Tu.Xh.Sa&w
Tvpewritors— All Kinds
writer CHEAP. ymi-HSml it here tU^ _
:««OUTIIEB: ««OUTIIEBN P STAMP c AND §TATIbSSKT CO,
PIAXO WASTED.'
I WANT TO BUY A 'GOOD UPRIGHT
Piano for spot cash. In -replying:, please
j?ive full particulars as to make. etc. Ad-
Iress Post-oflice Box No. G54, main office,
Richmond. Va. no 1-ts
Wa-will no;? 'urn to I'umbar 1724—
Sevanfeen Hundred and Twcniy-
Four'Easi-'^ain.
8. O'SSLLIVAV, 1724 E. Main Strea?.
Lnrge quart bottles Queen
01 ws, regular 35.. size, J|^p
ti0w...".. Stib
Witch'llazcl; 15c. b0tt1e.... 5c
10 boxes Stove Polish. ...5e
Large bottles* Silver Skin \^\n
Onions Silb
Apollinaris, quart bottk's. 17c
16,000 cans nice,, fresh- OCp
Mackerel, (V cans .... .... 7 £, tl U
B.OGO i)a!es fine Timothy Hay,
per bale. 60c, This is choice.
6.0,000 hushHs fine Oats.. .39c
40,000 bushels- nice Virginia
Corn 6Sc
Gholcs California Hams,
00. 000 pounds nice California
Ham 5......... lie
Choice New Orleans Molasses,
per gallon 2Sc
■10,000 pounds New Buck
wheat; 6 pounds . .25c
Gulpepper Grcamrry Butter.
FotnesuTC, Ireslily made, fine
flavor, absolutely pure creamery
Butter, any quantity.... ....".: 20c
Some nice lUittet lor . . . . .15c
Chip Beef, in glass jars, lGoz.
each. ..... . . . , .15c
SO6 cans large size Ox Tongue,
nothing finer for supper, ca h,
■ 60c
Raspberry Vinegar, qii'ts. ,40c
1,102 gallons very fine home
made Blackberry Wine. qt. .20c
', S,OOO bushels" finest water
ground Corn Meal, bushel... 7oc
8 1 6 large quart bottles '.Claret
Wine, 10c. each— one to a cus
tomer. V
50 Havana Cigars, a regular
sc. cigar .. ............ $ 1.00
Pure Lard. ...lie
KsOannolt's Pars Ka!t.
Many and many a life this
pure Malt has saved. Try a bot
tle-—it may he ■ the means of
building 1 up your broken-down
5y5tem— 0n1y. . . ..... ...... . .75c
REMOVAL NOTICE.
The own3rs cf tha building v/e nov/
occupy having given notice to vacate,
for the purpose of rebuilding, January
i, 1903, we have leased the handsome
store, No: 819-E. MAIDf STREET, B£-
TWEEIi EIGHTH AND NINTH
STREETS, where we will remove our
UNION V TICKET, PULLMAN and
BAGGAGE TRANSFER OFFICE about
December 30th, with increased facilities
for handling the business.
RICHMOND TRANSFER COMPaP,
S. H. BOWMAN,' General Manager.
Both , 'phones 4G. no 4- cod
'^UEALESTATE ACEKTS.
FOR vRBXTV
:::..:;;.v^:;::'-r-'FOR:REST^;^": ::..:;;.v^:;::'-r-'FOR:REST^;^" ! ;':..-^^:
-TO BUSINESS-MEN 1 OR MEMBERS 'OF
Legislature, j'-: two l i" first-class ; i: f urnlahed
rooraa. • ■ centrally located. *Keforcncea
exchaogady^ E. -R.rr car« FDitnatch.
n*22-2t* ,
I"''. AUCTION SAl.KS— Futnrw Oa rn ,
'-{. : "W_nof ;*EEAI. ESTATE *IS BOiD XlTg
irA2UE32rO_tITHE' i;OO:aiIENT'CAI,/NDAii ;OO:aiIENT'CAI,/NDAi
YEAH AiIE:TO}BE -PAID PKO KATA BT
THE iVESIJOIt" A2fD THE •V^^^)EB.
SALE, BY PUBLIC fAUCTIOX^^^^*"
;.■-.■:-:■-;-■ "■ '.."-■.: — op-.'. '•
large and valuable cotton'
: MILL FACTOR Y, r.W ITH I>LA NT *
MACHINERY. "WATER-POWER V
; -X 3CJSES 'FOR OPKKATIVE3 "
, 's- ETC. ON -
. : SATURDAY. NO VEAI BER _9 ivc
AT PETKRSBUP.y, VA.'
By virtue of n tlped of trust from th«
Ettrick ManuC-ictjtrirff Compar.y to Alex
ander Dohnan and Wtillam Byrcl. t.-ti3
tees. dated May a. IS7S. recorded In th»
.Cleric's office of the' County Court *'•
Chesterfield county. Va.: nnd In pursuinea
•fa decree of the Hustfnsj? Court of th*.
rity of Petersburg. In the suit of C«orlt»
K.. Fisher: vs. the Ettrick fManufacturinz
Company, etc. -entered on October Vi '■■)?
the undersigned commissioners and trus*
tees will ofTer for sale by public atiotinn
at -the office of T. r Pannlll's Sony.
west Tnbb street. In th-ecitj- of P^tp^
bur^. Va.. at 1 P. M.. on
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER Z>. mi,
as a whole, a»l- of. the property o'"*f--. ft
ettrick- xvianutacturing Cc-npany {h»
same consistirsK of tne large. ,nd valuahffl
cotton-mitling buildings, plant, etc of
the- cttricic Manufactunnsr . Ccma'anv
r.ituated In the village ot Ettrick. :n nit,'
terliolrt county,. Va.. opposite the city n*
Petersburg, and on the Appomattox river'
The land consists of a tract of tfZj.yA
acres, in and near, the village of Eurlc!
witn the lars"<: milt buildings ana plant
for ; the manufacturing oc cotton tncrp O n
logecher with valuable water-power 'he.
longing- thereto, and numerous small
cHvelling-houses upon the -said land to
gether with all the houses, mi:ls Vii!'
{i»ture:s. and machinery beionsinj to said
Ettrick Manufacturing Company, and" ait
the advantages, rights, waya. water
powers, privileges, tenement?, an ! app-Jr
tenancV3 belT.ginj; and appercaiintji; to
thesaid proi)orty.
Plat of the real estate may be s-^en a*
the office of the auctioneer. Inipf>fti on '
of the property! is invitv<l.
TERMS: One third of the purchas?
money is to be paid !n cash: th» resi
due in three c<\ua) parts, with S percent
interest added, payab/e in fi. 12. ana h
months from th& datr; of sale, and nego
tiable notes are to be given for the do
ferrfd payments, and said notes arA to
be secured by deed of trust upon tho
property sold,- to be given by the pur
chaser at his cost, and to provide in t!u>
fullest way for tire projection of said
notes by the maintenance of full insu
rance upon the property sold, am! to pro
vide for the proper care and preserva
tion of the machinery, building. an( j
.plant until all of the said noi*s haw
been fully pad. the purchaser to hay»
the 'option, to pay all the purchase money
in cash at the time of sale. In wh!c_
case no dfed of trust would be rvquir^K!.
W. RRYDON TEXN*\NT, '
Substituted Trustees and Commissioners.
"T. l'annlll's Sons, Auctioneers.
In the Clerk's office ot the Hustlnsrj
Court of the city- of Petersburg, tha
£th day cC Noivmber, 1002:
George E- Fisher.. Plalntl.T,
vs. : " :
Ettrick Manufacturing Co — Defendants.
In Chancery.
I. Clerk of the said court, do certify
that the -bond required by the <l"C!-*p,.
enteryl In tli-"* above styled cause on tho
ISth day of October, IPO2. has bfvn o xe .
cu ted by Alexander Hamilton ami \V.
Brydon Tennant. trustees, v.-ith security
anprcwrd by me.
noll-tds-tn RO. GILLIAM. ClTk.
NOTICE; HOME-SEEKERS.
ATJCTION SALE OF A DESTRAPLK
OLD VIRGINIA HOME. AN EI.E-
KtaNT BRICK HOUSE, with 330 iicres
jof srood land, in line ronCitlon. The late
; residence of W. D. Grayson. (leceasccf.
i nenr Batesvilte. A!he*nar!e co;:nfv. \>..
|Sale at 1 P. M. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER
• "'Reached from Crn^^t or Afton Depot?,
rChesapoake and Ohio -rail my.
i J. D. SMITH.
1 J. GRA VSOX.
• no IS-Gt Executors.
By Pollard & Bagby.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
m RUSTEES' AUCTION' SALE
WHrfIfsOUARE,
Bounded by Park Avsnue, Cedar,
Robinson, and Kensington
Sirests, Lee Dis-ricJ.
BEAUTIFUL BLOCK.
I ■ _____
| In execution of a deed of trust, dated
} March r>, 1901, recorded in Clerk's oiHe-i
■ of Richmor.ti Chancery Court. D. X *I>) '.*.
page '^2. default having been mide in
the payment of the debt lhire:;i securcif.
being instructed so to do. »*3 will svll
by auction, on the premises, on
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1902.
I at 4 o'clock P. M.. the above n:cntiopo<!
! VALUABLE SQUARE OF LAND. It h>u
|a frontage of Z37 feet ' on south 'line o£
| Park avenue. 230 3-12 reet on _aa£ li»s
; of Robinson street. 3W 1-3 feot en no^t-i
(line of Kensington street, and l"ili»-l_ !•-•:£
ion v.-est line of Cedar street. L'li.s i.locic
[of land lies bwiutifully. anil Is f;&ht or.
; the. line of- the Traction cars. This Is i
! great opportunity to buy. sub-u:vk!-± it
I into building lots, arid make a atnd*some
profit next sprinsr.
TERMS: Enough In cash to p-iy cc ' 4?t
of sale, any taxes that may be duo. in
cluding pro rata taxes for 1302. a noto
[ for IBiiAiO. with interest on sam? from
! I\lay 9. IL'O2. and the sum of iI.COO. with
j interest from November 1. 13*.'. which
{ amount ' is the balance due on a note :
lof -£_.000 secured by said deed. lh<» resl
' due at one and two years. w:th Interfti
I frosn day of sale, credit payments to l>«
| evidenced by notes, and secured t>> trusl
i deed or ali cash at option ni purchaser:
; ' H. R. POLI.ARD. JR..
! J. E. CANNON.
1 DOUGLAS GORDON*.
no 20-tds Tru3tee*.| .
HEAL ESTATE AT I'RIVATE SAEffi
FOR SALE.
I WANT TO SELL ONE TRUCK FOII
one horsy. one GROCERY WAGON, ar.l
one BUGGY with full leather top. trim
med entirely with leather; suited for
family or business purposes. I will seil
at cost to close out this work.
CALKB JACOB.
no 19-4 1* No. 403 east Marshall strevt
ELSIXESS OI'I'OKTIjNZTIES.
Drug Store
For Sale Cheap
; Write TTARUY E. KERN. Tmswi
Winc'.ie-fer. Vu. no •- > i-2\v^
.city ouoi.yArrcss.
AN ORDINANCE TO REQUIRE TH3
PROPRIETORS OF ALL HOTKLa
AND APARTMENT PEiOUSKS TO
HAVE A FIRK ALARM KKLL W>;
GATED I N* EAO H HA LI ASA V &>
EACH FLOOR OF SUCH BGTEDKg*
AND TO REQUIRE NOTICES TO B**
POSTED AND A RED LIGH/
"PLACICD INDICATING THE POal-
TION OF THE FIRE ESCAPES.
(Approved November IJ. IStC.) .
Be it ordnined by the Couaclt of ta<
city of Richmond: .
1." That the proprietor of each ac«
every hotel or apartment house lccitej
in the city of Richmond shali ir.:<:*-*
and maintain in good order, in a a-3»"
r.er satisfactory to the Suporirsfnaen.
of Fire Alarm ?r.c* Police Telegrapn. »
fire alarm bell - hi ' the Hallway on wen
P.oor. connected so as to le conveai*
eatly operated : fro:n the ■ office o£ auc:i
building, to -be sounded incase o! <1'« °*~
currir.jr. or likely to occur. In .said oul.Q
ins;-and it shall be the duty of sv.cli pro
prietors, by printed notices posted «»
each .room of such; buildings, a^ti aS^
«tconvenlent;ar.d suitable places in ci«
hallway: of: such buildings, plainly Indi
cating the location of rtre escapes^ aaJ
between the hours of 6 o'clock 1. -•>*
and "6 o'clock A.- XL of each day to lo
cate'and maintain n red light tit ::i« r *
way ;or exit ;to tho" fire escape on e^*: 1
floor ; - of i, said ouilding to indicate su<:n
location. : ; . • ,
'; 2. r Any i^rson violating the provliio-s
of. this "shaJ! be llabie to ■♦
fine^ of not lesa than $25 or more t*-- 3
?10O.V ; ■■• .. •""•-■; ■ .-'.-, -■ t a
■ 3.-.Thls ordinance .shall be Ln 'Crc«
from : its passage. :' ,„
- BENT. AUGUST.
-;.;:;- -v, ■/ ■ City C!«i
Monthry^Remedy reiieves in flve ' ioJ^:
Safe Jand-tsure. ■ ;Box i free. Send s^rV
:forVApart»cvUars. CKOWN CHSMIU^I
COMPANY^vßoxl93^MUwmukee, Vl*
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