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fS A SUNBURST OF
and srood bargains flow with every ■■turn---
CERTAINLY; NO BAD ONES. The store
provides against it with every safeguard. :-.; We
speak of much in detail. It is your time
for comparison. The goods are here and here
by thousands.
■ " . Books First '. : " , ,
Not »'■ family but' what has a warm" heart for them. Not a store
■f liatflias as many to ofler norat .such very low prices.
BOYS' BOOKS AND GIRLS' BOOKS, j 5 Volume Sets of Books are CQr
The most noteworthy writers. :2 and j sold f0r. ....... . . .... ....... «^>^
xßc. for Kenty, some are 42c, and they j Thackeray's Complete 0/r
sre the book store's 75c. volumes. j Sets for 4?j£/,\}O
Some at 3c. 35c. buys the usual j lo v •• -- ■•
50c. ones. j Etc., for thousands of others.
Reducing Stock of Boys 'Clothing.
Too many, and our lowest prices are as follows :
Boys' All-Wool Cheviot C-5 (\f\ i Boys' Blouse Suits, made of Blue
Serge Oxford Suits for . .. +&O •\JU serge cheviot Oxford, per-
Boys' Norfolk Suits, well made, pei- ;*«jt fitting, the usual price fr-j qQ
feet fitting, size from 3toC7f\ A | $5»- for - •••••• ••■•■•
10, usual price $2.50, for.. *P^.»V>v/ Boys' Blue Serge Caps, well made,
The $4.50 Suits for $4. perfect fitting, usual price -g
All style of Overcoats, well-made of 35c. for... *J^
Oxford Gray, Blue Cheviot, £-j A nice line of Blue Serge Pants,
asuar price $4, for *P«^ •V V well made with patent <£ 1 f\f\
Boys' Blue Cheviot Over- <£ | aQ waistbands, f0r.... ..." — . *P * «vu
fSSts, not all sizes, for <P* »VO The usual 75c. Pants for 50c.
/ (J— LJcty o *3c£lC' U£ LJ£sKs\lllJLg
shows our position as to quantities is iiucumfortable. Here is a rare
chance :
Handsome Mercerlzefl Silk-Finished Some 192 pairs 11-4 Extra Heavy-
White Quilts, imported to fi-r AA Wh.teWocl Blankets, ro&ae yje A A
sell for $6.50, these for.. \-*pO*U\J to retail for 56.75, f0r.... *isO •\J<J
Seme made to sell for §sslrA Some 11-4 54.50 ones for <£'^ .gr
ere ... ...«4 jr «^«^^ §3; 10-4 S3 ones for •p<&<t&O
Some 53. 50 Marseilles AA $8.50 California Wool /PA
aneswillbe •. . . *P^«l/l> Blankits, 13-4, for ;*P.U#O'V
Si. 25 and $1.50 ones, 182 to p g- r Silk Slumber Robe Blaa- £ E[' (\ A
be sold for ... .. OOL kets f0r.... «4>^»v/U ?
S7 made to have sold, for Si, Af\ r Roman . Striped Mercerized _*j %>„
<vi]l be.. v)yt Silk ones for. /Ov
The Cottons, Flannels,
and Flannelettes
ifeoTif<§ not tse 6v6rlooked. Here is a price-reminder:
Heavy Fleeced Light Outing, 5-f / _ the Pastelle tints, per 'l pa l\/ r
the ioc. grade, f0r...... .... & /2^ yard...... ...... . .. '. . .. & * Z2 W
Fancy Woven Dress |t \ / r Woven, Plaid, Checked,
Plaids, the 25c. sort, for.. * * /2^ and Striped Light Ou tings, A'XAn
4-4 Fine Round Thread x -TV per yard
Bleached Cambric f0r . . . ..... 6 and Be. Dark Plaid Out- /y *2/ r
Imported Ail-Wool Waisting in j ings for O*jty\,
Even Holiday Ribbons.
Want Special Visits.
They come in every color, width, actl kind, and are no way
among- the overlooked. Extra help to meet your haste. •
Satin Baby Ribbons, 10- q- Fancy Pillow Ribbons Arc, jQrr
yard spools, are. spool >^ yard 25 and. .:.:............ **f*»'
Ko. 2 Satin Ribbons are 2C. yard. Satin Taffeta, Ribbons, good | q~
No. 5 inch-wide Satin Taffeta -pj^ quality, in all colors, at, yard.. > >^
Ribbon, all shades, at, yard ...... «^v- Fancy Plaid Neck Ribbons, -? q „
Handsome Polkadot Satin *Jf\ r yard, 19, 25, and. OOK,
Taffeta Neck Ribbons are, yard.^-^^- And hundreds of others.
■ NOTES
1 OF
Yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock a
Trshicnabk: weddir-s took place in Grace
Episcopal church, when Miss Mary "VVhar-
Jon Watkins. the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. IC "VV. YVatkin:?. and Mr. Benjamin
M. Kcsebio. 01" Frr.dericksburg, were
married. The::;. Re- l^andoh R. Mason,
rector of the church, and s he Rev. Dr.
J. \V. Kosebro, father of the bridegroom, ,
j>erjormed the ceremony.
The church was canvassed in white ]
\nfl decorated with palms and candelabra. |
The bride, who is closely relatvd to many i
of the most prominent families in the
State, including the Custis family, and is
popular in society^ inherits much of her!
Ereat-jrrandmother's beauty, the famous j
Sally Cropp<.r, -who was the mother of
Henry A. Wise, governor of Virginia.
Misa AVatkins wore an exquisite gown
of whito chiffon. with double ae
rordion plftaiing around the bottom, and J
liuilt on taffeta; the skirt and bodlco j
elaborately trimmed with white rose
T):ise<:nic-nteri-j. Her flowers were a
/hower of Brides' roses and her tulle veil i
A-as caught with a spray of lilies of the !
valley. Tho. bride entered the church
A'lth her father, wlio =;avri her away. . '
Miss M'lrj^prtt Croppvr Watkins, her
fietor, was maid of honor, and woro a.
Running gown faKhloned of crepe
jse chine, ehadingfrom l'ale yellow to
'»urr.t orange in color, and carried yel
3%v rcsc-s.
; Th<^ brlnesinaids. Misses Anno Wise
ilnyo: Elii'j Clark, of "Clarkton," Va.:
SHsabtih Easily, of Houston. Va.; Ed
iioiiia Blair Martin, Elizabeth Fisher,!
lane 3 r isl:cr, Sarah Leigh, of Houston, j
% nd Katljorine "VVatklnL-, wore dainty j
.vhite orrrandic-s over white taffeta, with 1
white :>athi sashes. Tluir Jlowers, pink I
rotic-buds, were tied with white satin
vireaniers. Tho best man was the Rev.
iJohh'i W. Rosebro. of Baltimore, and i}ie
übhers: Messrs. Samuel Osborne, of Pc
lerhbuis: Connor Goolrick. uf Fredcricks
buiij; Randolph Protton, Benjamin Flour
uoy; Hmsley G. Higginbothan, Charles
Orsnt, Frank Rosebro and Courtland
P k oseb:o. vi FrtavrJcktbiire.
Aj 1 reception to the bridal party and a
few frl^nfls; followed in trie home of
Mr. and Mrs. Watkins, 411 West Grace
V.treet-
Amonp the out-of-town puests were Rev.
3>r. and Mrs. Ros'-bro. Mr. Rutnerfoord
lUwbro of FrodericksburK; Dr. Henry
B. Mel ville. of Houston; Colonel a.nd Mr?.
•Eaely. of South Bo.ston: Miss Elizabeth
Bouldin. of Houston: Mrs. W B Stoke«
of BollinK Island; Miss Knu, Dogget, of
F.^ e rick«bur B:MB :Mi w Evelyn Baylor, of
Etaumon Hill. Others preset were- Mr
f v f th ' J Va i Tinßt ? n - wls «'' Dr - and" Mrs.
Lsr.don R. MDM D « Osi;:Mis!? Lucy Ma , on:
t/^ *w?*»f', Henry ■ Rl * I>'«1 >'« Mr.. arid Mrs.
"S? \T P'lCl,P ' ICI , y ' Mrs ' Ellen Vise Mayo
.Mr._ Murray. McOuire. Mrs. w. ' T. 6p-
Z>~ e.n<3 Mrs. R. P. Kerr, Governor and
Mrs. Montague, Misses Mary Carringtoti,
May and < Louise. .James, Caroline Holla
day. Marie. LiKhtfoot, Susie Welford.
Rose Morris; Messr.?. Malcolm Carring
ton, Munford Cole?, Crump Tucker. Frank
Hill, -Kent Rawley. John Lightfoo^
Howard Shackelford, Miss Estelle De-
Saussure. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith Brock-
I enbrough. Colonel and Mn=. C. P. E.
j Burgwyn, Miss Mary Hlgginbotham. Mr.
i Thomas Higginbotham. Dr. D. D. Will
j cox. Rev. Robert Harrison, Mr. William
De Saussure, and Mr. C. P. Nelms, of
Ne-^'port N«-%irs.
* *
The Confederate Bazaar Association
met at noon yesterday with Mrs. Putney
presiding. The badge committee reported
that satisfactory ' terms had been niaclc
and that badges had been ordered. Oak
wood Association representing: Georgia;
Mrs. ,D. S. Drewry, Texas: Miss Harris.
Kentucky; Miss Minnie 'Baughmari. Solid
South: Mrs. J. H. Drake. Alabama, re
ported that work was progressing for
! their respective .'.tables. Miss Florence
Tyler accepted the position as, assistant
to the" treasurer: Mrs. Will. The following
1 circulars were distributed:
i The United Daughters of the Confeder
acy, assisted by tho Confederate Southern
Memorial Associations, will hold a bazaar
{for the benefit of : the Jefferson Davis
j Memorial Arch, aii'd for the Confederate
Museum, which is. now established in the
mansion in which President Davis re
sided during the war. Thoy therefore ask
the help of every man, woman, and child,
If the Ual>y i.v Cutting. Tcetti ■
be sure and vso that old and well-tried
remedy Mrs. Winslows soothing Syrup,
f or children teething. it soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain
cures wind colic, and is the best remeuy
for diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle.
Q .A. SJ "3? O> 3E£, 2: .a*. .
Bears ti* _a The Kind YouHaveAiways BougM
Kenny?* JViims Picture,
(Size 20.\2S inches.)
Better than ever
Free Saturday. December 20th.
C. D. Kenny Co.. Broad and Sixth
streets. •
Southea st Corner ■ Main and Seventeeth
Streets.
. .. '■ — — c ■ ' '■•■
;-.. Kemovnl Snlc.
Until after Christmas in order to close
out all our neckwear, we are making the
following; prices: Many of the 50c. kind
at £f.c. $}.r.O scarfs. $1.; 75c. reduced to 50c
CONSTABLE BROTHERS.
OASTOHIA.
Bears tie _v? s Vo'J_H3v^Always Boy/jht
T«irl»:cy«: Turkeys!!
We want to buy. five thousand, live tur
keys, and will give the high«t market
price. GEORGE B. BULL CO:
O &. IST? Q RIA : .
Bsaratie _/) Tte Kind You Have Always Boagtit
Slgattaie ><y 2r //fttf^^ '
THE RICHMOND DiSPATCH-FKIDA V , '- DEGEMBEE 19, 1902-
in icrdcr that the' entire South .may share
in' tho" honor. •;Tlie. i aßsbclatidri l :of. the 1 Jef
ferson, Da\ls Monument, ynited Daughters
of th<? Confederacy, has a. director in each
State, land -the . Confederate/ MtiHejim *a
recent.' who represents. 'the. room owned
bv.f.nch State in tIK! Southern Con fc'de.r T "
acyi and will bo represented by a -taijlc
.bearing- its" name, khiel<K and oolAr?.' and
articles. received will he piven to the table
which may designated by the. donor.
| It is bcfittinK, that to, the .dauntless
• 'oiieftain and his heroic followers theso
j. two* monuments be rnisctl",in the capital
jof the Confederacy, the one spot which
jwm never •lose, its identity with the cause
for which they j-iiT.sgk-'d and died.- ,
Money and -Hrticles. small "and large, for
'.iiblo or 'rvsiniirant. for use or beauty,
■shch'ild ho. .addressed; :: to :.."Confedmitc
Bazaar.' Richmond.' Va." '
We hop'o-nl! "pack'apes will be forwarded
free! .by- tisov Southern, and , 'Adams Ex-
press ConipanioV.
■ Nani'e and residence of; the consignee
should' i?e in tlio' corner, but not given as
iifcrt of the adclrvs?. • -• •'■
' C.'omcdcrato - Ji^zaar \ Association— Mrs.
Joseph Bryan, preskltnt: Stephen
Putney, ji.s.sbci.'itc: . president':. Mrs. .5.". V.
Randolph.: honorary president;' Miss Is'elin
Moses- second 'vice-president': Mrs.' Archer
.\r.<.lorson, third Vice-president:- Mrs. 1 Kate"
S. Winn;. treasurer; Mi=s= Mary- B.
Bautrhman.' r'peording- secretary:. .Mrs.. Kn
ijtr.s Roulnspn.;,;c6rre.spondlns , secretary;
Miss Eleanor Tree.' assistant", corre.«ponfl
inc: secretary;
AI; .surris of money should -be sent by
j tnvr.'oy order or check U>. the; treasurer .
\ MRS. KATE S. WJNNV „'
; "SOO oast- Marshall street. Richmond; Va.
A wedding of "interest to Riclmiondtr:;
..was (hat of Mr. , George .Powers, son
of Mr. Robert. \\\; Powers, and Miss
Emma Thompson;' of Ferdonia! N. V.,
(which took place, last evening at ' 7
i o'clock in i lie home of Mrs. Mary Duvai
I Hull.
j The lnarrinco was '"followed by a re
ception from 7:30 to 10 o'clock. Mr. Pow
ers had as his best man. his brother.
Mr. Frank Powers, of this city. -■:-..
j The bride", who is" especially attractive
1 and popular both in Ferdonia. and Buffalo
sock-ty. wore a white wedding" gown
and carried a shower bouquet of lilies
of the valley and " roses. There were
four brides maids and their flowers were
La France roses.
After a wedding trip to New York and
Washington, Mr. and. Mrs. Powers will be;
at horns to their friends after Jan. 1 in
107 North Third street.
Mr. Powers is well known here anci is
ruccessful in the buine world. His
father is the senior member of the Pow
ers-Taylor Drug Company, one of the
largest wholesale drug houses in the
Sovth. .
Miss Thompson is an orphan.
*'. .* * '.
Mr George Ainsiie Powell and Miss
Mary Elisabeth "Barfoot were married
yesterday rr.orninij a r. "10:30 o'clock by the
Rev. Father J.B. O'Reilly in the parlors
of the Sacred' Heart civ.irch.
Mr. Powell was attended by Mr. James
A. Davis and by his ; brother, Mr. Wil
liam Powell. The marriage was quietly
celebrated, and the relatives and a few
intimate friends- being 1 present.
Immediately after the wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Powell left for Washington and
New York. ■ They will re turn to Rich
mond Dec. '24. to spend Christmas here,
but will be f.or a week in Cincinnati during
the last of December. After Jan. 2, 1903.
they will welcome their frieuds at Cl 4
South Pine street.
Invitations have been issued to the
marriage of Mr. Waller Holladay and
Miss Mary Elizabeth Rogers, in the First
Baptist church of Durham. N. C, on
Tuesday morning, Dec. 30. •at 9 o'clock.
Mr. Holladay is a.descendant of the late
Governor Holladay. of .Virginia, and was
born in the northern part, of the State.
Miss Rogers .is the youngest ■; daughter
of Mr. W. 11. Rogers. Immediately after
the wedding they wit" leave on a bridal
tour North, and on their return will stop
in Virginia to visit relatives.
Miss Evelyn Boiling and Mr. William
l-lnlt7.i»i-rc married yesterday afternoon
in this ciry by the Rev. B : Cabell Hen
nir.cr -- " '■ - , :~: ~-
Tho marriage was an unexpected one
to the :nends of priuap.i I*.1 *. Miss
p.llincr i.-.is here on.; a. visit to her sister,
and Mr. Hi/tz arrived yesterday witli a
license granted several days ago in Farm
vllle. Mr. and; Mrs. Holtz left last night
for Green 3?ay, where they will live. -.i\Vss
Boiling i> a cousin of General Stiih liO
li:'.u, of Petersburg. .
"Mrs. Mac Talley's pupils gave a Lang
| sons recital' Tuesday .evening. Mrs. Tal-
I ley, by way .of 'introduction., read a paper
en- the life. and; coinposit'nh of Margaret
Rythyen Lang, the sweet song writer,
after which the following ' ntunljii.-s "' we're"
rtndorid:
1. "Aredie" .Miss Kate Binswanger.*
2. "1 Knew tho Flowers That Dre-iined
-of You".. , ." .....Mr. Canepa.
S; '"Out of the Past... .. .Miss Durvin.
A. '■Hill.'?' o'Skye". .... .Miss Maude Milisr.
L. "Irish Love Sons"..Miss Bessie Hunter.
(V- ••Northward". .......Mrs. Martin.
7. "VA. Thought"..:. .Miss • Rhonie Ilulzler.
Miss Florence Thalhimor gave a beau
tiful piano selection from Mozart, and Mr.
Polk .Miller sung "Huckleberry Picnic," |
with Mr. Shepherd ."Webb, as -.accompanist,
Tile iviformance reflected credit alike on
those win- took part and on Mrs. Talley's
ability as a'juartjst and a teacher.
* * *
Miss' Maggie .Apperson.. of this city, and
Mr.' A. L. Hugh'sotV of Greenwood, left
here. Wednesday, "'for. Washington, where
there' were married. ,
Itvn*as not a .runaway match.
Miss Apperson is the daughter of Mr.
Allen Apperson,'. .who -is with
the linn of T. M. "vVortham • & Co., but
lived with her uncle, Mr. B. A. Jacobs,
en the corner of Laurel and Main streets.
Mr. Hughson is- well known' and popular
in Albemarle -county.
V^tc.Tuay Miss Lillie N.. Brown, of
514 South Laurel street, and Mr. William
Til Kirtlev. who is connected with the
C & O. railroad, left for Washington, D.
C. where they will ; be married by the
Rev. Mr. Green, a Baptist ; minioter. This
marriage was not a runaway affair, and
the young people were accompanied .by.
Mr. .Jack" Hawks. They, will remain. in
Washington -a few days, and on their re
turn will live in 514 South Laurel streot.
. ■ *.*.-..'
Miss r>aisy-Higgins and Mr. George A.
Higgins were married Wednesday night
at- I he Ik me of Mr. Gary tliifsrins, near
N.uv Hr.dgn ' church. In- the: Rev. Joel
T. Tucker.
Mr. J. Floyd, .lliighes. . Master Charles
rtrcck Hupbes. and little Miss Virginia
Fl«yd l-l;i?hcs. of Norfolk, will arrive in
the city on Monday and will be the
guests of Mrs. llugh<==. parents of Dr.
and Mrs. C. AY. P, Brock, on -Franklin
s'twt'ti - . '
" ■* C * ' -
Miss Lucy Covey Anderton w'll be the
guest of her brother. Mr. J. Gayle Ander
ton. at 953 Grace street, during the month
of January.
Mr. James ' Branch ', Cabell has. for . his
contribution to" ' the current number of
the- Smart Set one of liis characteristical
ly clever and dramatic society sketches,
which he calls "A Shadowy Past." Mr;
Cabell '"s- reputation is so well established
that "anything above his signature will
be received ■ and read with .the greatest
interest.. ..Mr. ; Cabell is at pi-esent busily,
engaged in the writing of a novelette al
ready contracted, for by the' Smart' Set.
Several of hi.-? short stories wii! appear : in
the forthcoming-issues of Harper's Maga
zine 1 . ■ "■ •' -.- ■' ■. . -■ .; ' ... :."
. * -;_■ ♦ - ■ .- ■ . •"-..
Mrs. R. C. Traylor. of west Main
street, will leave to-day to spend a few
days in Farmvllle and Lynchburg.
- -- '. ' *• ' ■ * - . ■ • ■
Mrs. H.C. Johnston' v/ill leave the last
of this week to spend the Christmas holi
days wi*h her father. "Mr. Woodberry, in
Savannah. ■•■*."■ .. ■
" ■• - ■ . -■* * *> - : • - ■ .
Miss Bessie Hunter, of Maysville, Ky.V
left for home last night after a, pleasant
visit to. relatives in -.Richmond. The many
friends made .by; Miss Hunter . whiio in
the city will be very, sorry to. see' her.: go.
'„"■ ■ ". '*''--.••*. ■-".-.-■ ■-'
, Mrs. A. D. Hewitt: and -her niece,^ Miss
IdK \ Biirch, who have .been- >rith : friends
near -Beaver "Dam.^Va,, have returned to
:thcVcity; - ; "- ,-, ;. . * I.'.' >-
-. ; .- r '- 1 ' : ' ; * ' ♦ •"'" :- ■ ' - "■
Mifls" Eatelle" Wallerstein" and Miss fier
tlia •Ilertx. of Fort Gaincs. Ga.. aro the
guests r of Mr. .and -Mrs. H. * Rosenheim,
Kf9 .west Fra'nklln. street. : •
: .Tudgc - and Mrs.^B.- •&.- V» r ellford ; and
Miss Sue ■ Scddon .Wcllford will leave on
Christmas.; eve- for. Columbia, > S. C, to
Fpend : the ? .holidays with- •Dr.; and- Mrs.
Henry Alexander -White \,'~~
■;. , , ;;;* * * ',„ ;' .
Mr. .WilU&'m H. .-Hoofnagle.' will leave
\yednesday- for Abingdon.' -where'hc will
spend the- holidays/. ••• • • ■ : ■
,': - --."' .- ■ * ■''« - * ■ ■■■■- -
Mrs. T.'AHhby Miller; was the. guest of
honor WedneVday ' afternoon .at a card
party, given by . Mrs. E. H. Miller, of
Danville. ". ■ '-
Mre. ; Walter Carter will leave Saturday
for Cnattariooga, Tcnn., to' visit her
uncle." ' .
i ;.. ...„.■■■ * t * ■■■..":
Mrs. Astrop and her" little son. Robert
Astrop, -left to-day. for Surry county- after.
having - spent-, several . days . here . with
I friends. - - . . '
■ Miss Julia Eidgood. who lias been visit
11 ing Mrs. Langhorne "and Mrs. Hudgins, in
Portsmouth, has returned home. - . -.
'■ * ■' '* *"■.■'■■
Miss Jessie Tredwa'y is visiting her sis
tor,. Mrs. .Jyi'ph White-hear, at 1053 West
avenue;- .' .
-<7o!f.nel and Mrs.. Henry Easley, of Hali
fax; are visiting Mr. and Mrs.- JI: L-.
Edmunds.. Xo. OOS' west Gi'ace street.
TDBACCOSMUGGLERS
Officers Catch a' Man Trying
to Slip in Suniatran ;
Leaf. •
NEW YORK, December IS.— ('Special.)—
Fred Dola^c a "seaman, was arraigned
before .Commissioner Shields this morn
ing- oiv the. charge of smugglintr. It was
more by luck than anything else that he
was captured by the police in the patrol
boat last night.
Mistaking' the boat for that of his con- |
federates, the smuggler . dropped $1,500
\vo>-tK <- " i. --Sumatra tobacco into it,
uorn ■ a barge -Js^-''2rside tho Red Star
Line steamer Vaderia.
; The police were not looking for smug
glers. At least they were not prepared to
have them, or even one-, appear in any
such way. It took several minutes after
they, or' he,-; disco\ - ered what had beer,
dumped into their beat to grasp the sit- r
uation. ' "■-.'. ..-....,
In ths meantime, others on the boat
saw their mistake, and . two of them
clambered up the side of the Vaderland
and hid themselves. in the big vessel. It
was impossible to pick them out among
the many members of the crew on board.
Detective Shaffer and three policemen
manned the police" boat and they were
soon over, the side of the barge, two of
them searching it while. the other two
went after the -fugitives. Dolage was j
found hiding in the barge.- ; —
He told the police -that he was a fire
man on the Vaderland," "arid had nothing
to do with the smugglfng." The 'tobacco
was s-iized. The. .duty. . pn. . it . is . . «2 per
pound. - ■ •- ■■ •
SOOTHED BYA WOMAN'S VOICE
A Juvenile siibpiier \Was Lost anil
availed Mightly Till Mother Came.
While crowds were thronging the South
side of Broad street yesterday afternoon
bent on shopping or, idly promenading, a
little, boy blocked the advance of the
crowd in both directions. He stood at the
corner of Broad and Second strr-.ets, and
criod at the top of his voice. He did not
seem, to 'be hurt, and it was impossible
for the crowd >.iat quickly gathered
around him to tell what was the matter.
He was lost.
Kind hearted men tried to comfort the
little chap, and learn his name, and whero
he lived, but he was so overcome by his
tears that he couldn't answer a single
question. He was a. handsome boy and
well dressed. "To every question that was
put .to him. he could only sob. Finally a
handsome, woman got near the little fel
low, and with feminine gentleness man
aged -to do more than all the men com
bined to sooth the boy. .
A moment later the mother of the little
boy came through the crowd. He clutch
ed her dress with frantic joy, and she
kissed away the tears. Ho went along
with his mother, holding fast to her dress
with both his chubby hands, and the
tempting toys' in the .show windows, that
had lured him from her' side, no longer
had any attraction for. him.
Y. M. C. A. SOCIAL EVENING.
Yoiinj? Men KiKertained AVith Music
• and.-: Instructed By Addresses*.
The first social, of.. the Young Men's
Christian Association, senior, students was
given lpst night, in. Van. social rooms on
the. second floor... The. attendance was un
usually large... extra,. chairs. : having- to b>s
brought in. The .s lndents. gathered at.il
o'clock.-. The. whole.. affair. ..was .in the
hands of a committee,, .composed of
Messrs. C. L. Williamson, W. AY. Henry,
and A. M. Pullem. Mr. E. N. Newman,
chairman of tho Educational Class Com
mittee, presided, and opened the exercises
with a few. warm words of. welcome and
encouragement.
The Association Mandolin and Guitar
Club ; made' its first appearance and re
ceived a warm welcome. Then the young
men took care of the spread.
-Mr." John Ed. Pierce, instructor of the
Mandolin and. Guitar Club, proved himself
master of his instruments and an enter
tainer of merit.
General Secretary McKec made some in
teresting announcements concerning the
next three weeks, and introduced Pro
fessor- Wagner, who with his banjo en
tertained x the young men.
After a solo by Mr. John Ed. Pierce,
the young men joined in- tho singing of
"My Country, 'Tis for Thee."
work onxelTbuTlding.
Penitentiary Coiniiiinslon Inspected
tlie Work on the Foundation:
The Penitentiary .Building Commission
met at the. prison yesterday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. Those present were -Vice-
Chairman W. W. Baker. Senator Julian
Bryant, Colonel S. M. Newhoube. Messrs.
Joseph Bryan, W. D. Chesterman, A. C.
Ha'rman. and M. J. Mareuse. Architect
P. T. Marye was in conference with the
commission.
The work of digging- the foundations for
the" new building was inspected. Some
changes in the lines were taken under
consideration by the commission: Sun
dry, bills were ordered to be paid, and
after further routine business, the com
mission adjourned, subject to the call of
the vice-chairman.
Senator Le Ca to. a member of the com
mission, was absent on account of his
weakened physical condition.
G. C. PayneJs Death.
KOANOKE, VA'., Dec. IS.— (Special.)—
G C. Payne, ono of the best-known citi
zens of Roanoke, died this morning, aged
forty-eight years, after a long ..illness.
A Household Necessity
GORHAM
SIiiVER POUSH
Cleans as well as polishes :
Does not cake. Is economical
apiece;
What; This .Gentleman
: Says is a Mere State- "
'merit of Facts.
No 'one 'can. "have any' reason for dis
senting from th.i. particulars and proofs
which" follow, for- verification' of the same
is within" -easy" reach' of every resident
of .this viclnity.That. Doan's Kidney. Pills
promptly and effectually cure kidney com
plaints is substantiated .not only .in this
particular case., but by all who have
givon' Hum a fair, trial. Testimony, like
wise shows that" you do not have' to take
them. indefinitely to be cured.
.Walter McLachlin. a machine hand, em,
■ ployed ai. J. ITolliday & Sons' planing mill.
Wheeling, AY. Va.. address 30;;2 Jacob
street, says: "Had?! not used Doan's
Kidney- Pills when I did i" would not be
alive. now. I was in a terrible condi
tion, and' although I. took quarts of medi
cine, I got"no better,. but worse.. Friends
.spoke C'f roy bad appearance and thou
sands knew, about it. , I, could Jiadly get
around; -and felt and looked like. a dead
man iv.ore'than a living one. Doan Kid
ney Pilfe were a blessing to me. half a box
relieved "trip," three boxes entirely cured
me.- and ':na:*\.\'. feel as though my back
was as - strong- as that of any horse in
\Vn'celiirg:--I- would rather have a; box
of Doah's "Kidney • Pills than the ser
vices of "all the doctors in the State."
-. For. sale. by all dealers. "Price. 50 cents.
Fostcr-TMitburiv. Co., Buffalo, X. V., sole
agents-I'or the United States. .
Tiemeraber fne name— Doan's— and take
no othfcr." . "'
tJMPLOYMKXT WANTS
! r Vnfsn' presented to the Dispatch coutter,
accompanied "by 'the casli, "Emplcnient
"Wants,? . "Kooras. for Kent," "Wanted
Rooms.'.'. "Boarders '/anted." "Soard Want
ed," "Lost, ; Strayed, or Stclen,' will he in
sarted,-properly classified, 25. words or less,
for Sso.- each insartion; additional words,
lc. each. IF CHARGED ON OTJR EOOKS,
50 CEjBrTS|TOR* -ONE-HALF INCH SPACE.
~ ■-••■--- WANTED",
i ASSISTANT REGISTERED DRUG
i gist for relief work. " Address BROAD
STREET DRUG STORE, care Dispatch,
de 17-3t -
TiV'XNI'KU: I
AN ASSISTANT. REGISTERED PHAR- j
macist. . B. H. GORRELL, Druggist,"
Lexington, Va. , ■"- de S-14f ,
. . WASTED.™ " •[
A YOUNG MAN TO ■ BE GENERALLY 1
I useful .about a store. Address in own j
handwriting,:... with .reference. JAMES;
LANGSTON, -Richmond, Va. de 13-lt*
; ■■ : v-
.wanted;
a young man,- avith one or two
years' experienc-e. in a. city drugstore. Ad
dress in • own - handwriting-. . with refer
ences, stating - abits. ■A. L. IvIUNSONr
Richmond, .a. • •■ • - del9-it*--
WASTED.
COOK. -AND- -WASHER WOMAN. LIB-
I eral wages' paid,' and -furnished .room on
premises. Apply at 2101 east Grace street.
de 19-lt*
A MALE PRINCIPAL FOR THE
Plouston Graded (Public) School for the
:u: vn expired,' term of four or five months.
Give references. . Address . JAMES 11.
GUTHRIK. Clerk. Houston, Va.
de 12-F.Sun&W6t
".VAXTED,"
FOR UNITED STATES ARMY. ABLE
bodied. unmarried -men. between ages of
21 and 35; citizens of United States, of
1. good< character and temperate habits.
j who can speak, read, and write English..
I For information apply to RECRUITING
(OFFICER, 110 east Broad street. Rich
mond, Va. • oc l-W.F&Sutdeof
WANTED,
UNION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Company; desires the services of district
managers and special agents for Virginia
and North Carolina. DYKE A. PUT
NEY, Manaeer. No.' 821 east Main street,
Richmond. Val ' ' no 23-lm
BUSINESS WANTS
1 - .- —^^-^>^^-^*^^*-^-«--*s«rf^^^^-«-
W r AX TED;
BY.! A "GENTLEiIAN A FURNISHED
j Heated Room, with privilege of bath.
State monthly terms. Address C, care
Dispatch. .. . de IS-2t*
WASTED;
AT ONCE. FOUR .OR FIVE ROOMS
for light housekeeping. T. W., care Dis
| patch. ;del3-2t*
WANTED,
STORE. CENTRALLY LOCATED. MAIN
or Broad streets, tor men's retail busi
ness.- Address C. 8., care Dispatch.
- de 16-Tu,F&Su3t*
"WANTED.
FURNTf-'IIED ROOM.- GOOD LOCATION,
second floor, near bath: bright, clean,. .and
reasonable: light housekeeping permitted;
no attention paid unlesyprice stated.-. Ad
dress DESIRABLE, the Richmond/ ■• Dis
patch. " • ; - de 19-lt*
WANTED.
BY EVERY- MAN IN RICHMOND A
Smoking Jacket s or Bath Robe. The. best
are to be had here:" s-.30 up for Robes;
53.50 up for Jackets.- ...
de . 39-lt O. H. BEJiRY ■& CO..
ava'.vted;""' ~ ■
to rent out second story flat
of four rooms: opnvenieiices. Apply ICS
east Clay; electric bell. de 10-lt*
WANTKIi,'
BY TWO; YOUNG MEN BOARD AND
Room: private family State
terms and particulars". Address BOARD
ER, 513 east Broad street, city, do 19-lt*
TAX NOTICE.
TAX NOTICE. ' ~~"~
Office Collector of City Taxes,
Room 7. First Floor. City Hall.
Richmond, Va., December 1. 1902.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.— THE
LAST HALF OF CITY TAXES. RE.AL
ESTATE AND PERSONAL, for 1002, is
NOW DUE AND PAYABLE at this of
fice. ' ' - .
, EVERY male 21 years of age, and
EVERY person keeping house or doins
business in the city Is assessed f or per
sonal tax-38. Those who have not paid
any city taxes during the year will please
call 'and settle, so as to avoid being" post
ed as. delinquents.
GRADING. PAVING. PIPE. AND
SEWER CONNECTION BILLS are also
due, and will have to be declared delin
quent 'if not paid on or before end of
year. •'-
FIVE PER CENT, will be added to last
he If if nor paid on or before DECEM
BER 31st.
Interest at SIX PER CENT, also at
taches to all bills as soon as reported
delinquent. . -
Particular attention is called to the
above, as under an ordinance passed by
the City Council tnere can be no avoid
ance of the penally.
Office open i.rom-9 A. : M. to 6-P. M
FRANK W. CUNNINGHAM,
de 2-L3linc Collector of City Taxes.
Ko tvas among the. pioneer business men
of Roa noke, and suffered much by the
boom. He was president and genera!
ir.inager of the Payne-Shellor Lumber
Crmpany. He leaves a widow and Heve
iai children, besides his mother and seve
ral brothers and sisters.
<iDrys?J "VViu in Westmoreland.
WARSAW, VA.. ; December ls.-(Spe
cial.)—To-day a local option election was
held in 'Cople District, Westmoreland
county. The, "drys" won by a large
majority. Tho vote by precinct was, us
follows: Ivlnsale. dry 61: wets 8. Hague.
drys*so; ■w'ttslS. O'.dhams, drva 3'j; wets.
9.. ■ ' ■;;■■--."..; ■-'■•
Dnuiel Clem Dead.
" WOODSTOCK. VA.,-J December IS.—
(Special.)— Mr. Daniel Clem, oe Powell's
Fort. Shenandoah county, died this week,
after suffering: terribly, . for a few days
from, a carbuncle, on tha .back of his neck.
He ; is • survived .by * his ', wife and , two : sons.
air.XClcm* was-about-'SoJyearsVold, and
waa* well -known: in 'this "county.
Typewriters-All Kinds
All»tandard in»k<-«»ol(l, cichi-c?"!, r»i>*ired, and r»nt«l
anvwh»re.-3lanj-gotrfasntw.'i")fiinnn:actar»Ts''i.rlcesl
Uor't boy until youjjet mmpic; i.f. »r tine on mn-nj
nrfitHieed «d»ice. Immense ot«ck for. election !H Ma
chine* slnppr.l on «ppro»»l. It yu naut a'OOOD type
■sruteT CHEAP, you'll gnd ii herr II! -
-: „ '■- -- Pnon-f. N'cw RW|,OMI.WS -
SOTJTiTEBX STAMV AND STATIONERY. CO.
Entire Buildics, T"tlT&.Si.T3lain, R:chmoDd,Va. .
SPECIAL. SALE OF FITVK VEHICLES.
OiXlv VKRV -FIXE -KUBBER-TIP.R
CLOSE FAMILY CARRIAGE (or station
Wfiyon) :it a s?re:it bargain. A!«c>. SUR
RIES. -RUNABOUTS. PHAETON'S. DOC
TORS' BUGGIES. BUSINESS • WA
GONS; etc. ALL AT SPECIALLY" LOW
PTifCES to keep hands at work. ' Als.->.
a number of SECOND-HAND SURRIES.
PHAETONS. RUNABOUTS, and BIJSI
'NESS WAGONS. VERY CHEAP, to make
room for ne-.v stock. :
Vv'.C. SMITH!
ilc.-"lS-2St OH north Fifth: street.
NUTSTO CRACK.
FIREWORKS TO BURN.
PRAISES TO PROCLAIM.
I Gladness to Carry to the Fire
sides of Our Dear Friends.
i CUr-I'EPER CREAMERY RLTTEIS.
Sf) Small Tubs Sweet Butter -O
You can buy Buttor. but- this '.is .
ttie only and oritrinal goods.
Eyrd Jslanci Patent Family
I'lour. the finest in the land .?1.-M>
Jial;an Citron, per pound.... 1-
IS.ooo.J pounds Clean Currents...... ~
Choice New Mixed. Nuts.... J-
Mccha and Java Coffee: if you like
good -Coffee, try 5 pounds of this;
it Is sure to satisfy; per pound.. _ IS
lii^rli Potatoes, per peck.' .......' 2'>
New Fat .Mackerel; bright, white,
soft Mackerel; eats like chicken;
a k,it of 15 pounds. ". . '1.25
This'is a fine relish and sure to
;>ii'i»se. ': *
12.505 packases Quaker Oats S
Finest Red" Alaska Salmon, tall
cans, tresh eroods, per can .....'. ■
5.0Q0 pounds New. Bright, Meaty
1 California Peaches, per pound.. ~\
50£ pounds New Shelled Almond?.. 3-1
S.GOO pounds Fancy Cream Cheese,
-i pounds for .....'. J»O
It won't hang fire at this price.
Pure Cider, sweet and sparkling-,
while it lasts, per gallon 10
•Ic.GOO pounds Fine Caroline. Rice. 5
■:;■ pounds for -•■?
Just look at it; if you want a
biauty on your table.
Sti : «-t California Parma Violet
Arumonia. 3 bottles UZ
j Large Bottles Sweet Oil; imported
I goods - - — '3
6 cans Potted Ham '-M
SOG - large ■3-pound cans Aspara-
I £,u<^ Soup; cost 25c, 0n1y..: ....... 10
i Sf» dozen 3-pound cans Tripe J»
i SCO tubs Pure Leaf Lard t»
i 5.0C0 pounds Finest Hams 14
j California Plams 11
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS.
Fine Old Jamaica Rum per quart. 60
Amontilado Sherry Wine, amber
color, highly flavored, pure and
wholesome, quart '. SO
Fine Old Bumgardncr 9- Year-Old
Mountain Rye Whiskey, quart.. 75
A stimulator for statesmen.
Clemmer Old Rye AVhiskey. quart 40
Pure Olu Blackberry Brandy. -
quart .": •• 20
Gibson's Pure Family Rye Whis
key, mellow, wholesome, pala
table, and invigorating, quart.. 7G
McDermotts Fine Old Malt WhisJ
ke-^-- malt means the best thing
for good health and nothing bet
ter for poor health; try a bot
tle S3
or •! bottles 3.00
Fine Old North Carolina Corn
Whiskey, gallon 2.00
Northampton Apple Brandy, S
years old. pure juice, quart 30
Jun'cer Gin. a family tonic, quart 5O
ICOOO bushels Feeding Oats.. 35
.1.000. 1 .000 bales Fine Hay. hundred..'.... 7O
This is cheap at 00 cents; order
;■ con; it- wont last long.
o.QM bags Fine White Corn ~>n
Shipstulf. I.WO tons, per hundred 1.00
V 544 cans Boston Baked B^ans;. 4
10 pounds Buckwheat, new goods.. "•"»
Quart Bottles Maple Syrup .... 2O
l.oridoh Layer Raisins; 50$ boxes:
20 pounds each; new goods; in 5
to 10 box lots ". 1.05
&» boxes New Smyrna Figs, per
box : 7.-,
Cb'almer's Gelatine. '"• boxes 50
Finest Catawba Wine for July,
per quart ...I 10
• S>- % nd for our Christmas quotations: we
will gladly mail one to any address. We
keep on hand Fresh Meats. Vegetables.
Fruits, Butter. Eggs. Cheese, and all
goods handled by First-Class Grocery
Houses. Our Wholesale Department Jd
under one of the most expert buyers in
the South, and is; always ready and glad
fto furnish . quotations to 'merchants re
plenishing their stock.
Eighteenth and Main Streets
A2fD
502 East Marshall Street,
KICII3IOXi>, VA.
LOST, ■■STRAYED. AND FOUND
FOUND.— HOW TO KEEP HIM IN
evenings— buy him a Smoking Jacket. -at
BERRY'S. $?> Jackets for the best
to be had at S2O. de 19-lt
LOST. ONE POINTER DOG: WHITE
and brown; new leather collar: just Ket
un--: rid! of: the scratches'. Reward if re
turned to PARRISH BROTHERS. Ti west
Broad street, city. de 10-lt
PROPOSALS.
"~FORT MONROE. VA.. DECfc.sIBER 12.
19<y"> —Sealed proposals, in triplicate, for
CONSTRUCTING MESS-ROOM AND
KITCHEN- ADDITION to Guard-I louse
here will be- received until 12 M., JANU
ARY 15, ICO3. United States reserves
right to accept or reject any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes con
taining prposals should be marked "Pro
posal for Public Buildings," addressed
C. P. TOWNSLEY, Q. M.
. .. ;•".--: -V: de 1T.15.1!).-;0:ja13,i4
MEETISGS.
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PLANTFJKS'
NATIONAL BANK of Richmond. Va..
will br ; neld on TUESDAY. JANUARY
IS. Uf)3. at 12 M. o'clock in the bar.X
building.
RICHARD H. SMITH,
de 13-W,F.Sat t ja 13 Cashiur.
The .Vntioimi Bank of Virginia,
■■Richmond, ■ Va.. December 13. IW2.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the Stockholders of this Batik will b'-i
held at their Banking-House. TUESDAY.
January YJ, ISO 3. at 12 M. '•
" . T. K. SANDS, Cashier,
de ld-Tii&Thtd
notice-st. joh.vs r
LODGE.— The members Of t;T. _P\
JOHN'S LODGE. No. 3-v-A. F. and X^T
A. Ml. will attend a special com- 7 \
munication of. their lodsre at the Masonic
Temple, on THIS (Friday) EVENING,
DECEMBER 1?. 1»2. at 7:30 o'clock. Mem
bers or" sistiir lodges and transient breth
ren. are cordially and fraternally invited.
By order ?of - the Worshipful Master.
OSCAR J. ADAMS.
de 19-lt* ■■■-.• , Secretary.
A STATED CONVOCATION OF -.--,,-1
WASHINGTON .■: ROYAL ARUrtjM^S
CHAPTER. No. 0. wilt be held in W&%
the tabernacle, in Masonic Temple. *»ca»
THUS EVFN-ING at 7:30 o'clock, De
cember. IP. IW2.
Members of sister chapters and ' Visiting
companions are cordially invited to be
present. •
By order of the Most Excellent High
Priest . R. B. SNEAD,
, "de 19-lt ■ :' Secretary.
1 r .
ttEAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALI3.
"■ -FARMS' FOR 'SALEf
54 ACRES, 3 MILES FROM TOWN',
house five rooms, .barn. etc.; all coro-.
parn t ively. "new;. price. 5-iOO.-, . ,
,1.100 ACRES:. two.settlementf: two rail
roads: two stations: two. hundred acres
of -fertile ■• river : land: .300;- acres iln .good
timber, balance productive: ;;hish land;
mustrb« 'sold- to : , close an>state-; .
; ._ GEORQE B. CRAWFORET& CO..
•d9.19 ;2t • ■■ ;•: gO3.Maln;Btreet. -
AUCTION SALES— This Day.
■TTHEN^'sE^ 'ESTATE. 13 SOLD XHS
TAXES - FOR" THE ' CXTRZTKT CALEy DAS
TEAK AHS TO-BE-PAID PHOHiTA 31
THE VEKDOH AJTD THE VENDEE.
By the" Valentiive Auction Company.
j - ; - »Jl2 east ' Broad street.-
AUCTTOX SALE OF TURXITCRF
SUCH A3 OAK AND WArA'r";
CHAMBER SUITS. OAK BOdKC&SE
OAK AND WALNUT SIDEBOAUf >s :
WARDROBES, FIALT. RACK"" IRf.V
BEDS, OAK AND WALNUT* Brni
PARLOR FURNITURE. BUREa s
WASHSTANDS. TABLE MfRROf 1 -
PICTURES. PvOCKING CHAIRS M \-\
TLE CLOCKS. ■ WRITING DKs":--"
COOKING STOVES. PLATES
KNIVES. VASES. .MATTRESSES
SPRINGS. REFRIGERATORS BABY
CARRIAGES. CHAIRS. Also Bruss-i
Carpets and other Household Fi;rnit?ir»
etc.. at our auction ' warerdorri kp e-l*'i
Broad street. ' " ■ '
THIS (Friday) MORNING. DECEiIBBE
IDTI-L AT 10:30 O'CLOCK
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO
de 10-lt Auct!on?«-r«
By A. J. Chewriingr Company.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
AUCTION* SALE
-OF
NOS. 403 AND 405 NORTH
• HENRY STREET.
O.Y
FrtID.VV, OECBMKEU lif, 10OU.
Nt -I o'clock I". 31.
The^e two comparatively NTSW BRICK
DWELLINGS, renting for 5l"0 eachTjo
snotl tenants, should attract the attention
ot" investors -as. well as home-seekers. vVj
mean business and expect the purchas^ra
to set sure enough bargains. '
TERMS— At .«alc.
Be prompt.
A. -,T. CHEWNING CO.
Auetionfr-*.
George W. ; Mayo.' Auctioneer,
| ' lies East -Main street.
MSN'S NEW '-- CLOTHING.'; SKOE?
DAMAGED AND UNFINISHED
[CLOTHING. &C. AT AUCTION.
! I will soli at my auction house, at 25:30
A. M.
J FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13. I?}:.
175 Men's Suits. KO Bo:w" ?'.;its. .>i Pair
j Pants. 125 Overcoats and Ulster?, B.. Pair
■Men's Shoes. 3<i Pair Ladies' S'ho»<s,
j Damaged and Unfinished poods. 30 Men a
Suits. DO Boys' Suits. IZO Pair Pants.
A. R. MAYO. Proprietor.
Georce 11. Valentine. Salesman.
AUCTION SALES— Future Days,
I FOTt KENT.
'• FOI? RE.NT.
t FOUR ■ PARTIALLY FURNISHED
• Rooms on second floor of handsome rcsl
i dence. on wesc Grace street. Address
! WEST." care of Letter-Carrier No. 35.
no 27-ts ___
I HOTELS.
Live Well
& And. live comfortably: You can with:
such a family hotel as this at your j
disposal. That is what our boarders
think. Our table is excellent; service !
unsurpassed. We are situated in the \
heart of the city— convenient to all!
depots and street-cars. 1
The Spofsweod Hcuss, !
■"■■"■ ■ .. ■ 1
Gor.. Governor and Bess Sts. q
1 "NEW YOKK CITY.
! WESTMINSTER HOTEL
(Absolutely fire-proof.)
IRVIiVG PLACE Ai:H SIXTEEOTH SX
(One block from TJnicn Square.)
Away -from the noise of tho thorougifa^so
and convenient to all routes of travel.
QtTIET. HOMELIKE, ACCESSIBLE.
Antaricaa Plan. ?3.50 per daj upwar;'.
European J?lan; iSI.OQ per day upward.
Hooms singly and-ea; suite, with bath»,
Send for booklet.
1. THOMPSON, ManagsA
(Th. Sat. M. Tv)
~~ AMUSEMEN'fsI "
ACAP'EMY TO-NIGHT.
THE GIFFEI-; COMPAWTT.'
ALSO MATINEE AND NIGHT TO-MOSXOV.
YOUNG MRS. .WIH iHROP.
BENEriT OF. THE COAL TISiVD OF TKS
CITIZENS' BELIEF ASSOCIATION.
piJ.Uiilb- M[lT|see
. _. jfl.Day
AND FOH THE KEST OF THE WEEK.
i I J-: Iv MA J I > .* ' A 1; f V' vW.
A DRAMA OF INTENSE HEART IXTERE3S
fl , J j]J5J\ ,1 h N I IM t
. , MSihllHi
h Success Exceeding the
THE WILDEST OF AHTIGIPATIONS I
A PERFEOT FUKOKE OF
yOIiU"BiLI3 EXI>Ki%^SIO>"S OP
WaNDERiEHT.
EMUMIIT,
-ahdPeUGHT
GK E EIU: D THE O I* K>* ISO
PKEiENTATION LAST
E VEXING.
Indisputably Goncsding
BCSTOCK'S GREAT ANIMAL AREHA
70 BE
THE &Q3T MAByELOUS EXHIBITIOH
EVER YET PRESENTED.
KOW OPEHS DAILY AT 2 AHD 7,
Adirission, 25 Bents,
Children Under 12, {5 Cents,
(dec 13-3t)
ILLUSTRATED LECTUKE. *
AND THE
Jap'aiNESE,
By CAPTAIN HAHHIE ■WEBSTER.
U. S. Xavy.
Beneftt Annex Building Fund Youns Stsa'»
Missionary Society.
Friday, December 19, 1902,
Lecture-Kooia First Baptist Church.
Admission, 25c. Children. 153.
The Confederate r Museum,
• TWELFTH AND CLAY STS.
Open daily from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission, 25c. free on Saturdays
THE VALENTINE MUSEUM
ELEVENTH 'AND V CLAY STREETS.
Open r dally; from. 10 r A.: M.:: to 5 P. •-M-.
"Admission.' 25 cents. Free ■ en- Sa tur day*
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