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N NG HERCY ON PRICES that are winter
goods. *%Th&Sfo
-ffoi^s toiunjbHd are in qyick^^^
are yet four full months of wiritier before. us..
Is? an Irstancei" $?isoo|Worlh of
Furs to Bb -Sold ;.f or $ I >250.
That makes; $12 Real: Cffi A A
Persian Lamb' Muffp; ;^ . •?** •v V:
$24 Muffvsr4-s°' .-,-'-:
' :: : . : : " -. '■•§3-75 Muffs; s2;'; i ,;.,,:"--- '-.
$2.98 Electric Seal Scarf, $1.75. .;
' $19 Mink' Scarfs;^sl2.s0 v : ; r
' "$47.50 Slue. LynxV s3O-
Sio Sable Scarfs, $6:
$57^5b~Black Lynx Bqaa, $35;
■ Children's 79c. - Ermine Sets, 25c -
■■■ : '■■' - ; ■„ -.".' ■:■•'-'; 'i.-.- ■-.■;■ J SsC/ ■:.-■■■,'■ .' ■■/,. .•:':,■;; '^v '„:--- ■■.•;^.' < --:: -'-
but \ve have to: get rid of an enormous lot. ; ,':;-,
The Ladies 1 88c. White Wool cCr-1' I^dies f^2sc.v-
Tfxtssxt .. .-....'.■'■.. : .-. ;.;;'.-.VvC .:[ Ribbed Pants and Vests are v.'.;:-*^^
'.:■■-;.;.' ■'■.■■."*"*■*■*■■ *■"■;■.">■':■ /;-'■■■■'■'■■ ■■'■^'-- v i Boys-H eavy; Fleeced, up ; to ; |;q^
The $1.25 grade for 75c ;*- : _ ,:.,:. ; | size 34,; will :be sold"for...v. : . ..■* ;>^V
The : best ITattiral Woo! Ribbed ChUdfen's jUnion Suits,. best f|lcg
Tests and Pants .wefe^ sold "VIX/ £ 25 c -: ones » are...:.-..-..;... •••-*Y w
theap '■at v 59c M"arenbw:...-..v;/..y^VM "arenbw:...-..v;/..y^V Etc.-. 7> - ;-; - -• r ■■ -
Cohen's^•^ I ?m^v^*^":^#^#^
has made a reputation long, ago. Half or quarter price father
than to keep .them;; to;. a< timejwlienf vthe^U^^^out^ of
These as^ sample reductions merely^ '" :. r . ./,.,-. ..,* -
CARLO COATS'arel-:"-:^: Wy •"." **& fabnes, n0w . . ..... .•P I y«VV
$21.50 NEARrSEAL-^|9;rA CMldrenXf6-sOf«W2s;<):^ v 7C
COATS are -.1 :"...:. ?*^'v" Coats, various 'styleß,;all. c ; +Py*'^
S2«;.";o Ladies' Kersey ' : ■ Misses'- rsr2:so:CoaUr .7
Cc&ts, full ' satin lined, ;£ 1O ! 11 trimmed withpanne velvet,- (t „< | C A
aie n0w. . . ..:..:.: .... :s.:*y4:P- :V. are ;. ... :!. . .'. ■.-.•.. . .v.v1 .-; ; »^f .^V
"$18.50 LadiesV Tailor .Suits, a, num- Etc. :->--..:;y: ->--..:;y v .:,,■ ..:..:;,..::/
Notes of
Society.
■An appreciative and cultured audience
greeted Miss Alice N. Parker- yesterday
at the Woman's ' Club.- who : : delivered; a
};"Sl-.l v Jntercsting lecture on kindergarten
work: Miss Parker, in a charming style,
exposed the kindergarten system, and ex
plained the advantages 1 of it in training
children. • Her htarers gave. her the closest
attention" and only regretted: that the lec
ture 'was not longer. Mrs.- Landonia. R.
Dashiell terved the coffee, and tea was
■dispensed :• by Miss • Kate Winston:- The
chairman's guests were Mrs. Parker and
Miss ' Lucy Colexnan. Some, of the visitors
were Miss Blackford, of New York; Miss
Tiuffin. of Hanover county; "** Miss Mary
■Prusibn; Moore 'and Miss. Martha. Laird
iloorc^. of Lexington.
The c?-jb is fortunate in having- secured
iiss Maria Blair for next Monday 7 af
cn)»on. who will give, her delightful.lec
tiire* piv "The Seven. Great 7Pictureß7 PictureB of
•he-Wor'u." ■ . A- -
:..-■ •' - ■'. . ■•»■■ ■ y.r " -...-:■ ■ ■
;JL'nst' eyeniifg. to the inspiring Strains of
rhilbw's orchestra, the belles and beaux
.-if; the Richmond German Club wereled
through, the intricate mazes of ? the ger
rrinn *t the ■ Masonic Temple. 'Christmas
decorations 1 and- favors were effectively
used, and an elaborate supper was served
at the conclusion, which, included-. ali: : the
delicacies of ; the- season. Many of the
lairj young debutantes were present , with
their sparkling eyes' and bright, young
faces graced the occasion, and" the hand
some matrons ; never looked better gowned
In • marvellous creations of dressmakers'
irt- The chaperones of-.the Richmond
Serman Club are. . Mr. and Mrs. :" E. T.
D. :Myers. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Thomns
Boiling. Mr. and Mrs. Levin Joynes, Mr.
and.'-Mre W. W. Morton, Mr. and 1 Mrs.
3eorge W. Stevens! Mr. and "Mrs. Egbert
Leigh, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs>T. Moncure Per
kins, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Willis, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S: P.: Mayo. Mr. and Mrs. Eppa
Hunton, Jr.. Jfc and Mrs. A. C. Young.
- " ■ " • ' "^ - -' ■ * " ; ■ "
.-'■■. . ■ • ".. -" .
Miss Louise Brbckenbrough McA dams
tvas' the .guest of ; honor at" a delightful
;ard party last evening, ' given by Mrs.
James, J. Sutton, . at her home, 312 Byrd
*treet.- : "Holly. ■ -cedar, and -'■ mistletoe
ivere - beautifully arranged in the
parlors and hall.. Among \ the in
fited guests were Misses Mattie Lambert.
Mine Jennings. Mary Cooke Branch.
Hyra- Chambers. . Lelia Bradley. Sara
Baughman. Ellie Meade, Connie Evans,
Bena* Glazebrook, -Howsie ■ Glazebrook,
Lisa" Archer, .Nellie" Sinton.c Nellie; Sutton,
Lucy Christian, Lily Booker.- Kate Ben
son. Rosalie Jones, Katherine Watkiris,
Courtney Crump, Martha Bowie, Lily Up
jiiur, Ella Hammond and Annabel Forbes.'
Messrs. Roy Jones. Thomas • Brccken-
Krough. Wellford'i Jurockenbrough," "Fon-
Same Jones, Catesby 'Jones. Mac Dbble.
ilrving . Blauv Willie , Baughman. Howard
Sutton, Lot tier Upshur, Shelton,
David-Merrill. " Hal"Adair, "Gilmc-r Minor,
William Minor, Pleasariton_ Conquest,-Wil
»on Hazard, Randolph Wilson ,: Leslie Jen
nings. Baughman: - Sam? Brockenbrough.
James Reeves. William^ Archer,. . James
Dunlop,^ Allen ..Newton/ "Warner : Robins.
{Jarmer Mcadc, William Baughman 'and
Rebrge B. .Sutton. ; '■■-/ ' ■
- •■::■" :.■ ; --' , " 9I ."« •'' : -
Miss .Rosina' Abrams.'of No. 714 east
Clay street, will, be married; at: noon, to-
Say,' to Mr. Gustave Harris, of Memphis,
Ten.. Rev. Dr. E.N.Calisch will officiate:
■v \ " r " - ;■■--:■ - *: : •■'•',-'' : .' v :;: . " .
Invitations were issued to-day to a tea
Jo, be given by' Mrs. : Mann S. Valentine,
Jr. Friday aft ernpon,': In • her home, \9lB
ivest'; Franklin . streeti ■"'- •: ', • :.'
>'■ ■" - ■ ■ ■ " * -■» *I -'-'■"'; '-■■ ' ■ • •' '■'
Mrs. : Charlcß Shields; has issued . invita
tipns^tb'a: card party" to be; given /Friday;
January 2, In her.' home . on '; Fifth and
Franklin streets. V.- : - -
o. "-' \ J \.-<t'-.-. • ■■■•"■':'■■. t.
Mrs.: "E. t A. ■ Baughman will entertain this"
aiternoon in honor of ' Miss • Sara ; Baugh-
Ey^bllrhed In 1802,
Oar pidjnpit/i Stock*
as teen, i greatly p augtncnttd
"and include* representations of the
Hrhestster.da'd of; individual de'
'sign a.nd .workmanships . , i
'J'' All ofonr gems are ofonecual-.
iiv~-THE / t ES7^-and fortnat
'quaJ tv our prices are always TH*i
IOW£ST. C' M^'^'^-y ■ Sr
£&"■' Up r *t isatisfdetofvrefer^
enay-we will' be-. pleased '-tb\ send,
■goods on' dfprqviL-' : :^ ■* ; '
■GALT&.BRO.,
'>:■:■ Jewellers, Silversmiths, and'
pilliip •
, rxo7 Penmv.vo.nia Avenue,'
Washington, D. C..-■C ..-■
COHEN'S WHJTE SIUE§sfARTS
: MEXTMOMDAY.
i The k>ng ; j preparation V."will
warrant 'every ';^constuner^in
.'Bjcßmonjd' to]aijjend"{;pr6m^tty^
There' "are niany, pnrclia'ies-that
can never come* again'. r " "■ ; ;' ;"
man." arid this ■ evening; a ; card, party iwill
be- giveh.;. . . « ..' .- ; ' • •"- '•/'
:■- •;' v>*-*:<*m ' ■-.•',•";•.■-'■ . ■.;-• ■.■>.:-• v ;v v
.Mrs. ■ James AVinston j and - her.'son,.-Wil
liam. *- arrived- in the city yesterday -^and
spent- the ; night- en • route - from - Cumber
land - to . Louisville, "...-Ky. -'•'■' •i . ,-•
Mr. Harry .; T. - Jngalls =is -visiting "his
family at -their : home •on • Fourth* street -"
;,•*. ■ . ■■ ■■ '•*■.-•- •-''••• ".' • : '..'■; . ','.:.-
• Miss Lida. L,aneV of Selma, Ala., Ms ;tHo
guest. of : Miss :Mafianne"Mfeade.at;No:. 101
Soutlv Third'. street.'"^!^.:. • ' ■ .' : - "
:"- \ I :■•■■,*;.. .*« f .«.-.-..- - : ' . .' .' ■ ;
Miss Mattie: C.--Pegram ; has -gone ;to
Baltimore: to be- the -guest 1 of '{ the Rev.
Mr. Sncad- during- the'.holidays. ,; :.\:
• " . ' *\ ••-.;•• ;.._': ; : • > - •-,
Misses - Mary : Preston ". Mppre^and : >fer^
tha La ird Moore, - Lexington, are vis
itins■:.Mrs. i N.E.; Laird; " 410 West'^Mairi
street* ' ■' ' "* ' '-■' ■-. ■'• - ' • .'■'.' :: " . ■
.-■.■.■*';'*- "v -.';'.■-* . . •'■ -\ •♦,■•'■'-'"-.."■■*■.■■■*■';
Mrs -C C.: Walker; ls ;-.>'isitins-; friends
in Annapolis, "Md. ; " , ..."—;.'•
' Mr., and .Mrs. ". Frank _ Hobson,
who have been- visiting "Mr. - Hobsph's.
ni other here,- will- be- at-home to' their
friends after" Tuesday, i in " 3l2 "East" Frank
lin street! " V^ ■""■■ ''.'..".'V ':''...'.'.'■;■'.' >"
. '■'•■■■■"■ ;,.: .*-, •■•.'..■ vo -.'{.■■■:
CongresEman :and-Mrs.. Swanson.areiat
the Cairoi Washington, - D. • C-, • for the
winter, where Mrs. Swansem will enter
tain. "- v • ': ' '"' ''
ProfessorP: Lightfoot Wormeley.of the
Charleston , University, Criarleston, : S. • C.
is spending . the with his - family,
who are now! in .Hanover, county.
: „ .. ■ - . • ;. . . ; r ■-
Mr. . Carter ; L. . Worm eley, .; of :■■ Birming
ham, Ala., is visiting "friends in 'the city.
- *r.lr. William - Bridges; of West, Virginia,
spent- the" holidays ' with : his i parents, "Cap
tain and Mrs. William' M. Bridges. ; ;
' \ "■■ .•; « .•>'•-. - -..
Rev. and Mrs.. Land on -R. . Mason.; will
leave Friday 'for •-; Seminary. Hill., "near
Alexan D . : . .; ; :where .they! will board .about
six wecKsi. ' ! /' ' '-■••-,•■ .""•" "■"■■.
Mr. Mason* goes *to take a^mtich j needed
rest, as he was only able to .take, a short
vacation -during' the: summer. .:. .
Miss Loujse'B.: Hart is- ill at -her resi
dence, 2005 l Floyd- avenue,' with
pneumonia- :; She-had, aii attack •of grip
about, a .week ago. f . .. . ' • ->;'
: •■•■ - '■;■ --Y •,.-.•>- : ■. ' ■-.- . :1:
Miss Denise* Louise Morris ■is spending
her Christmas with- friends' in
Fork Union, .Va. ■■■ -:
"-, '- ■■•;,. , ■: -"- ■ •"** •"-■ ."■:"■ ;..■■' ■: ■:
Mrs. M L. Brooks, of Green Spring; Va.,
is now. in Richmond, being treated. by Dr.
Truman., getting .. ready to undergo an
operation at" the ■ Virginia Hospital -in -a
few; day:s. ; ' }'*: ''•'./ ' -', : S.
: : ■':■-•■ . ■ : :-. ■: *:' '•;. • ' ". .: ; -. - v ■'.
Mr. Milton T. Noyes returned "to 'the
city Sunday. '.evening; after : a : , pleasant
Christmas, spent at his home. in "Washing
ton.^. :';: '; \..' "'/- :.' '
Mr- Clarence C. 'Smitli, "English private
secretary ' t "of -\the- \ Chinese.. legation, in
Washington,' spent, the holidays . with rela
tives on south' Fourth street. ••.-- -
Miss Grace 'Carmichael and her, sister,
Marsha," of» Washington, p.; C.^aresperid
ing thef holidays, with Mrs. : '.B;, r A.' : -Clea.rj\;
No. 321'sbuth Fourth street. ■ . . -
'■'" - ' ' - ' ''. : "-.'' '■•. ' ' »■ \ ■ ••■"• • .•— . ■ • ■'.'. -i-. . ,/rV.' '
' . Mr. A- vE. Lamkin has ; recovered from
his recent " indlsposltron, . and is 'now able*
to; be. out-; "• ...... :*; " ■ ". ','-■'
•■'■■ - '■'-, -* ■ ' • ■ *\*. *.-.' • .'■ ; '■.'■'.' ■'■ '-■ ■■ V- ■ ■
Miss Halton, of : Norfolk, . will -; arrive in :
the "city shortly, and will'bc' the'gucstof
Miss Madeline DeadjV "'• ' * - y;.;% '
; % : v = :-.>? i""_ ;*;■.■'•,: / - • .•:• * ■- " "' ;v \-
At: a' late hour .yesterday eyenlng t littlej
Anne ißee? Finch 1 s part^had ;• t.o , ; be Jp*qst-""
poiied "on account of a_ case. r of , diphtheria
in the family." . " .„...'"" ! i
■ -'-:'-'\:: ■(•■■ ..-;- v - t--*::»t --* :: » , .v-:'v"!.:'>\,. v -:'v"!.:'>\, V^'l
Professor, C.H. -Wins ton_is ; in Washing-^
jtg|)fett'endlng|_tlie/ro^tl^\*ofVth"e^Ararj-"]j tg|)fett'endlng|_tlie/ro^tl^\*ofVth"e^Ararj-"]
can; Association: for -the advancement of
Science--;" •''•■'. "•';•'- '.' : ; " -,-,-•• ■:: . "•
' '" : - ••' '-.-.■■■. . '-...:?...•;'■?. ■:."; r > :■;-■:,
Mrs. Hill Montague gave a very charm-,
irig; entertainment i last sFriday; eyenirigfiij
honor v of ;her_"sister.;fMissLulie;- Winston,
who was. at home v for the holidays. :_ ;,
■-.-■■' ' '. ' : ■"* : •'":■•- ..'■' ' ■-"■•■ ;'• .-'"
. Master Caspar- Deads' has left. for. a.
visit to • friends? ihV Greenwood." . - ; •$J ::': :'
• ■■-";■■;■ ": ■*"•'"/- •■ -v^;:^^^
.The, ■friends .;^.of.. Master: James^Burke
.WiU^feßrctl.tqV learn"' that -h? was ?.yery.
painfully ; in jured on : Christinas Day while
shooting firecrackers. './; ■ .-» ■'.- ■* ■-.• ;:%■•■■ r--^-.
••;. ' ; . '■.■. ■ • ■> Boy';: Slayer i/Captiireil/' '■'. ■.['_.''■ ' :~':: ~':
I RADFORD; VAli ] De<v; 29;-(Special.)-^
Leo , Furrbw.v the" ' boy '.t who murdered 5 Sam
Scottl We^ n s s^ a y^ n 'sht at :East lf ßadford, v
iwasi.^ptured^by.jyilHia^v.Harris^'aV.Bel-*
eprJng; Saturday- and t brought' to- JRa<jfPrd :
last' night.; Furrow, -who. is ■ only, soven
tecnj: years^ old; shooting
\va«j Cone! Jn^Eelf-defenßfc':\HelwiUi receive"
afpreliinlhafy?; hearing"' to-morfbw. . ; Jji
Richmonder* in IVeWiYork.; ' ; ;
*■■•. NEWs ; Y6Rk.^Deceinoer^~(sp^claL)—
■ Following ?\wero '. the ; ; Rlchmonders^ regls-
UeredMnvNews.yprk-.'to-day-i'r.n/i'E'-i-.Lvii^-
KrAßtor—F^V^Baldwlnand^ E. A;'-Hoeh^
: f Arrivals % Sunday— r , •
!i*Brqadw«ySCentral-R.v: U-? Fieraonf vi
pJ^.C.tCrI»-htoh;i-ii:a' : -:^ : :"ii ■-• . " '."•■..^sss?^^
W. . T. Dabney. and' N.
WMimmmmmsmmmmmHKm
:■... nw ciIMnAV WlftHT
■r flonltr J One,^•me-ifUonßl-
va., Dec.-29.-(Speclal.) r
Swt^^^^^^rch^l^^WisSn^S^
last ?*n Igh t ''- the i tecond \ alarni %of » fire v._wa?j
turned ; In 1 1 romiBax , 34^whichi- is *; in; the j
centre of 'the" city. , .
~f IriVa-few-'miriutesthundredai-of ipeppic
had fgathered^Vrids for /awhile >. the ;situa-,
ti6n*wa"s;'alarmlnk^;. •" ,, ', ■" ' ' ■'
'J,TneVfireHpr6yedT,to.-;be'= ; :ln \ the. -city?. Jail j
; it y-w&s^ eova ie i^tlnie \i \ before ? the £ •. firem en ;
located "the iblaze,',^but;;.the'; smoke .'waß
in tensed and : t the ';, cries } prisoners
■was *-"_agonizlug.T;-v; ' «■ '~ '■'-^-■^"H :t \^-': s jh:
.( ,TKer jailer^^*^wasi at:c.HufchiVa.nd;theikeys
could fnot* be; found. -■*•"'.' \ '„,■
M Policeman". Newman '; broke openHhe .: cage
'dooVlf bli v' the £ firs' t^ fl^
'timefthe' jailer 'Tr^ipawsoh^aniitSheriff^
N.v-'Ct.Watts- arrived
: were ' all> taken :■ safely ■' tb Cv the < sheriff's
ofil'cej : 'in ; ;tb6 i'courtrhouse^'with ' -the"' except
.tion : 'of?James"iHonriihanowhoVwas
tiaily; suffocated (with ; the •Efnoke,^ fell
"d6wn : ;thb?stepsi and Iwas;! so '^baaly ; *s hurt
ithat ■he was -taken;: tblhlsl home. ;•- -^ '*fi.S- v ,-,v : ;
\\ jiis Xi time j "would ;S expirer. about {-} Feb. % 1:
:He'« wasi's'entenced? to ' thel penitentiary " f ;b"r
killing;: a'" s " man "";inyl'|oo.^but^for^; various
■re^ons l ih!slVsente'ncfe i*w'ays.cominut(e"d''stbi *w'ays.cominut(e"d''stb
conflnehient^ln*. jail.'f" .■<",-"•■;<'. V ; - : i'.::^. '■$.. 7 "■--.'"
; - r'A'flb'ther.'C'whlte^prte
also 'vbadlyVovercomei: by i.the ; sm6ke,:.but
recovered;-. .-; '. ' ";\ '■-.-■ '- '-'. '•=;■_':-■* ; .-K -- ; .;\ :";:!-v'-"'-- : '■»
: The': '.origin l'. of ;;.the7 conflagration-- is) -unV
knqwnVfas' - 'it': ; is l "sup"pc§Mjttf£^^g?arj^
iri^ar-'part'ofUhe building^where -there -.was
. on iflre?.-!''Anf electric ':wire ! probably.caused
theitrouble::-ftr" "sV : '-Zi\-v'* : ''='\^'-< '■■S-.r^j. v-v',,'-
JAMES V! E7-"L'IPSCOMB;DEAD. i
Prominent- Danville r Citizen^PaHsew
; vi Away Af ter a, ■ Brl e£ ; lllness. ' -
DANVILLE.-'.VA':; Dec; '29.— (Special.)—
James *E. Lipscomb. 1 one 7 of^ Danville's
oldest'and';most : 'pfomlneht; citizens. .died
; ' BlobmingrV Plants, »Pnlms, ? «&c, i
Roses, ■'- Carnations; <ctc.-,- at .. i". --.; : ■'.'.'
1: ',"'■■-:•: hi '" 'Ci-.'i ; -.107.; east v Broad ■street.-
Seaboard ; Air, X.lne ; Hallwray— Chrißt-*"
: "TOas ; Holiday -Rates.-;:,: :. -.'.•''. '■'■'■ t -' _
TOn 1 account "of -the 'Christmas > holidays
th"c ? Seaboard ;wni'seli> round-trip j tickets
ffom.all-] station's on its iines.'at' aerate of
one : and< brie-third, "first-class" .fares ' be
tween fall '■'. points t east lof > the :' Mississippi
ahd'Bouth'of rth'e phiband'Potomac fKersC
including •- 'Washington, :",D. ;: C M . -and^-St
: Louis. ->JIq;' r ' One^first*;c|ps"si^standard" 1 fare
j will : , apply f, for -Ttbe i round | trip
poirits' jrii:ihe; --State ; :- of ?'Fl6rida:vrTickets
I will : be '■isold-Dee.T 23,^ 24,- ; 25;>30 and ; 3l^ '•■ 1902,
I and' ; ' Jan.?l i "':i9o3.":;Final':llm!t.'-; Jan/3.':1903. ■•"' .
j 'For- Students^Same^rates.rwili^ apply.' as
apoyefnotedl on f- presentation .fahd; surren:
der. of signed iby t ; the /sjjper
lnterfdent,-.;-principal or.; president ;.i: of j; a
school' lor.college.'>iTickets-will":be;l or.college.'>iTickets-will" : be; sold^to
! stud^rits'^Dec. ;16 ; 'to> the ''•" 22, ! i* inclusive, ."; in
• addition ■ -I the." jabove-mentinnqd-. 1 dates;
! Tickets rsbid^tb^students will : have* a'final
l .limi'f-Jah: ;: 8, v "l?O3.f i _;^:'"';' '^/■■- '^"T - ' 'C :*: * :.
! "For | f urtherVjnf ormation.'-apply -;to -anr
i agent ; or: representaiive;pf?the I Seaboard.'
■ or xwrite v or?cair-bn''' -•'»*. ~'~ ■"'/. : <_ ■■■ ■.•"-' '■•■' : ""r : -"-" i |>
j "■■".-Dis.:Pass'.rA'gt.,.": : y.' City-sTicket'-AL'. -
! 10d6 East r Main^streef.^;Richmbnd;- iVa.'" '
| and. r - Plants.- . -■ '
|, .Blooiriing ;, PJarits, ~.Palrris, ., Ferris, . etc.i
L Roses; Violets,': Carnations, .etc. ;, Largest
I stock \ in^ the city at v . ■ :..*- ; , : - : . ;J . -: p
! ::■', ' ';; T,'._ - : •;;-'.- ;,-;. •,; HAMMOND'S. -.-■'■■
i \ ' '■':■ :. 107 east: Main' street:
Richmond. FrederlcUsbnrff: «fc-Poto
••:■' iaac' Coinpnny~iloliday " Excnrslou
j. Rates. : -•';. t;~ T."-.;-^>>j">- ."--..y.-'t ;.";","■''. "t
>The* "Richmond," '"Fredericksburg and
Potomac "Hailroad; Company -will sell' spe
cial;'excursion'.tickets ".to points' on' the
Richmond; f'Fredericksburg^ and v Potomac
Railroad .and ."Washington -Southern". Rail
way.* account' of : the- Christmas * and :■ New
Year's, holidays, '~ at ; reduced /rates, ;^as
follows:: •"''.'■•.-•'-' *•-'--■ 'i--'' ■■-■""■-'• • ' -.
JTo the Public: Tickets to be sold- Dec.
23 -24.r25.v30 and 31.-1902. and, Jan; ? l,, 1903,
good returning 'until Jan.. 3. "/ .."../
:To students and "teachers ' of ; " schools | arid
colleges. J -oniy Tor -prnsentat'jnvandjsur
render v bf - certificates signed *by the 'pres
ident/"superintendent or • principal -. ct
school ; or • collog^Dec.-: 16 -to ?22,- inclusive,
eood returning until ; Jan:.-8 .-"::••'■<:■'."•.•;■•.••.
'.Round', trip rates from. : Richmond to
Fredericksburg,.S2:ss; "."Alexandria,- ?4."45;
Washington,'- $4.75; ■; andvtof. other ; , points
in proportion.-- -Tickets, good ; going.. only
on " : date •of * sale and- ■ for v continuous , pas
sage", i-.riea eh '■ direction/: ; ." , " ■■-'-.'..■■ ' ' . ' . ; ' ;
; Applv to' Richmond .Transfer^Company.
Sl9East Main street: Jefferson Hotel and
Murphy's Hotel: or ucket agent. Cßyrd-
Street, Elba and Main-Street Stations. g|
- , i W. :- P. " v TAYLOR. Traffir." Manager. ?
rd"el2 rt3or t3O v*- : ::-'>:-, ">:'\-^.^~ r y^ ■■'■v>: -^-' f
Spends <Jiiristina« ; nt;!Home|-.Greatly
Reduced --Rates ;Via .• lyprfolUj and
j Western -Railiray, Account' Chris
tinas Holidays.- "" r ; '"^ ' I"
■ Tickets ; will, be sold .on ■ "the h following
dates: ?To points' on -Norfolk and -Western
railway," December 22d. 23d, '24th,' 25th.' ; 27th",
SQth' 31st. and January.' lbt;. to rail -/points
south of "the -.Potomac and east "of the
Mississippi river. the-same-dates as. above,'
except" Decemtwr- 22d;-aH" good - for "return
passage until' January : 3, 1903. ' To ; stud ents
andteachers with proper certificates .these
pickets :.will !;-be , sold '; p'ecernbVr ""16th itoj 22d,'
final : limit; 'January. .S. . .19Q3. ■: .-Round-? trip
rates; from. Richmond -to ?3.50;
Lyhchburg.^S.OO:-- y/i { .■.'.-.-• :>: > ■• '-'- -••v.'r ■.'-■ "
-Fbri tickets and. further* information ap-.
ply" Richmond: Transfer Company, r 9o3 'east
*i am. street." ticketagent Byrd fstreet^Sta
tion', ; on at company's Vofflct .'= S3a ; east ■Mam"
street: - John E.r Wagner, "city ■passenger
andrticket'agejit-r- :: ; C.;H.'BOSLEY.-. v ;
• . :■■" : ..' .Division Passenger rAgent.-
Holiday -Rate, \orf oik';
i: >andf'iletnrn .-via.~-Old'".Dominion
;'. Steamship Line. -: V-
The Old^Dorriinion^Steamship. Company
! will 'selUspeciah tickets- to: Norfolk and;re
| turn j at 1 - J3.50, ,. : , including -stateroom*;- berth
; in -both a directions,i ! 'leavingKßichmond . 7
' P.;M.;sarrivlngUniNorfolkyhextimorning
1 at ■6 i o'clock.-' Tickets jwill ?be -on ■; sale *;De
! e'ember^ 2Gd,-. 24th; 1 25 th; 1 27thj| SQth,' 31st-; and
I January. Ist, 'limited' to' January; 3.; 1903. ;•; •
rlTo teachers" 'and 1 students;holding,certi
: ficates ■ f ronr president 1 -principal >: or | super
:.intendeht=:bf-institute,!>holiday ftlcke'ts";.will ;
be;f6old rr at *the E above'^rate^ commencing
1 December>l6th/; with . final jflimit 'i January
i;Sth--~:-:$ ~'-?-J V.:^.JOHN^F.vMAYER/;s>v ; ?
■ t;' ' .-■ > ;" > \l : '';':v'" s A-^'.'">-" : .:V:"-"^Agent,T ■■'■ ■
I ■'**-'/ .lfaa/.EastrMaln^streef;'.-
I ". -' -'•<■■ -SyiPfTBRvTOIiRISTl RATES ± : .<>:\ :
■ . ;Vyja.the^Atlantic^Coast Line it. R.V.;:
- r Jwiriter a tourist i tickets j' are .• now; on :- sale ■
to fair Southern winter i resorts ;yia J .tne: At- ■
I lantlc Coast ;L.lne.;.Thisnine .is; the ; short-'
est,"' quickest: andtmost? elegantly-equipped:
! between % the yNorth; and ifiouth.: ;. Itf/oJfersf
to S health-, j and fe fileassure-seekers & service^
equalledby. none. .. You •make.no. changes.
;'to ;FJorida!j ; esorts.'^. v : '■'■>■ -V : ;i -W\:\< I ?
.- '-For 5 f ulljparticulars.rapDlyitD ■ any^agent
of-' the eompariy.'ror,-'" ■■.-._ -ySr-ji*: .-. -rr-'-SC- y-\--a >>.-' -f
: r* \. ■: ;;;.■ ;■ >■ ■ 4 ?.■;%■■% CX S^CAMPBELL-^:>|
:.j= ■ ;-.;•«: Division -Passenger,- Agent, 1 :^ fi
. '\-'V. £3S ! EasUMain ' street^UJchniond^.Va.'lVi
TJievbnijr'-'All-Rail JLiue tbvkorfoik:
■ ■ — -/ v—**'- ; ■'"■-•'•• .;■*••■ ■'■ ■; •■.■'^■> ■.<"■■■•- •/-■.-.-.'•?. - ■ j
:- i ls>l y la\f *.he^' Norfolk^ and .^Wenterns
■; i ßallvrar ."— Quickest Time — • .Three
; ;-The^ J'Norfjolk^ Lini lted" • i leaving ; KiclV-.
'inoEM? 9-:oo>A^ M;?!- an<jSthe|^O(iean g s l}^ r9.;r 9. ; I
;Limited"SieavJng/; R"iqluTVond^3:oo|P^M^i I
iare^fastlvesUbuied^trains/vrunnlnßifSolid.:
"iritbrKprfblkrwithbut'changotbr^transfe^
TJipe.' 2 3 hours,';* 20 minuted. ;SlA.ddition'al ■
: train* leaves^ Richmond T6:56 !P^Mii JfO^H ■
'stotioVs^r?Peiersburg]to*Norfpu^lin
iTickets V and general e information Jxan ;lb?j
■ obtained y atf^ Sl9 f Main Wstrfet^the^ Jefy
ife^ri^.Mu^h>;B|Hotelf4rßj^d|street| sta^, I
bioh^andf from v John! E.^!Wa^er?|passj^| j
ticket 83S sMain.* street. -,
T>|«trl**t P»«*rg^' Air-'ri*
Silver Polish
I No 5 »ad; ori injurious sjmgrcmaitj
G'svesW instantancqu-r ; pol|s ; h;; ' .
;hi3 rooming ati 9.■ o'clqck^af ter 5 an J illness
of only ; a iw.eekii Mr.; Lipscomb iwas i a i na-
Uve iof > Dan villc.^ He :■ wasvbprn -fJunevs.,
;;B«.^HeHserVed jfpur. jyeaj^v in^the-Con
iederate' army; s as f a^member-Of 5 Stomp.s
; aattery^ At^the ■■ close ?of s the v war A he ; ac-.
;;eptedia%position ; ,with:a notion
aouse .'of Baltimore, vwiiich;-:- position :^he
neld-Sf ong ten 11-years,**-;I 1 - years,**-; leavings to;, enter .the
wholesale : - •> grocery.-^business -Jiwith m his
orother.^' 'which -lithey 1 ,' have /successfully
.-ohductedyitoi the .present; time;: .^Hoj- .was.
.-narried- Iny 1874 /.to ii Miss:' Camellan Easley,
of i.Ringgoldr-thisicounty.'.-iOf^ thisis mar r
rlage 'ono'ison, ; J.;-E. Lipscomb,-: survives.
He* wasKmarriedf-agaln.^ln ■tBBB.-.;to:.;Miss
L'elia"=-Wooding."-pft this: county, ;:who.-. with
; two .'children,-; survive .him:":, •".:;.";.' ,"\. : ••> : v
' Mr. Lipscomb «was;a prominent- member
of I Roman - Eagle < Lodge at l Masons- and
deacon i"in-:'tbe"-Flrst'Baptlst."church..i "in-:'tbe"-Flrst'Baptlst."church. . v . :>y
AT^CUFTONy FORGED
Mnch ' Stock ;.i n ;,t hc;f>vileshan y Go^"
itrnctlon^C.ompan} : ;Has'Bcc^
VAC; ; Dec. .'^29.^
"(Sp'eciaL)— Sixty -thousand v"dpllars., worth
of '■shares'" of h the : Alleghany-J Construction
; Cbmpan y", "^hich "was j recently'- granted ? a
charfe-have'i been <: sold ->yand^-the ;.pro
. riioters % think i the . prospect -bright for -the
sale;- of -' upward;, of ■(. JIOOJOOO ' worth ,; of • the
stock. v, V■;-'. 'v'-.V J' ■-■■ : ; ' : . -.." ' : . .'-.■■"-■■ .■■•';'*<•'■■"■
.The • deed v from \ the f Chesapeake •. and
Ohio ; ' i Development v Company, ■ conveying
aIl-.its?propertyU6';the"Constructioji;Cpm
pany. has r b.eenirecelveid . by " the " new^con-;
cern.l and"; they* navelboiight '■■< seyeral^valu-'
able Jots iin?>West-- Clifton"^ Forge jprepara"-;
tory"- f of " the erection V next', spring { of - fifty
new?dwellirigs'inAWest;Clifton\Forge.:-:-:,
-VTheseme^v.- additions-: to vthe tdwniare
greatly. 'rieeded,"vjand .will . .undoubtedly
niean'. the"' enlargement of the Chesapeake
and r Ohio -{shops i here U toV'almost ; double
their'.- present'' capacity.". ■■._■[';; ... '.-■-.;. •. - /
GEORGE; DAVIS KIIiIiED.
A' Phoebus yScgro Supposed to . Hhve
i_;Been Murdered— ■Ar.rests . Made. .
-HAMPTON, v-VA", i; Dec.h 29.— (Special.)f-
Gep'rgeVDavis, colored,; was : found .'dead
iii ; his : roorii V in .: Tennis ;j Lane, : Phoebus,
this;' niorning a- with - a j bullet .! hole -.in his
heart.""Thornas4Randalivand'lsabella.Jor
dani" 2wHoAocc'u'py2 wHoAocc'u'py aTportibri ; of .--the 'dwell-,
irig' a"re ; in i jail i =charged'vwith>,the; murder.
■•.ThV^ead'srnan, : who, is forty/y ears .old,
wast murdered ' in , his . room '. some :; time
diiririgrthe: night, 'and . -the police .were'in
forriied^bf '.the ; fact; by";. the -woman about
10' o'clock "this 'mbrrilrig.' :'~. ..; ■ . "■'."'. "..■ v
An.inv estigation * brought but ' develop
merits ; that, vindicate"?, that ?-the -.man van.d
woman, arel-- responsible '/for., rhis * death:
1 he:" authorities vare\now^makirig!; an ■!■ in-,
vtstigatipri',': and •"''a-^cbfb'rier's". jurj' : -has
bee.n :: summoned ' ;'f or ithis P;af ternboh: >, '.;" "
•-itandalH arid the: Jordan iwoman^deenrie
t<i "discuss;.; thei ';- charge them,- al
leging"; that-, they .found : DaviS: dead ; in; his
room. r-vri •-:-.; .'"'--• - V ; .' -. -'.... .- '■■■■■■ ■
'J.j- -y.-lB ; ibDIiEJS FATAL I FAJLI/.
■\ycll-Kno>vn» Rockingham Man; Dies
'■i ;.:'■' ' :from : ~an Occident. -. ''. '„': '
HARRISONBURG; iVA.,. Dec. -23.—(Spe
cial')— James. -N.- Riddle,, -a. .well-known
citizen.; of Uhis. county,' felljfrom his horse
Saturday night and received -in 'jur?t : s':f.'.i\*i
which "he died '.several/ hours .later.' He
was- returning 'from. •Hai'risonburg'.. when
th<"i :■ adelde'nt . happened. - He never '" re'eoy
er'ed • c cbn"sciousiiess. .Mr. ; Riddle '-. leaves . a
large ' family. ,:-. - --. ■-■".. ; ■'"■'.' ■
FIVE ESGAREf JAIL.
Inmates of Clifton, Forge Frisbn.Re
- " . gain" Their Liberty- . '
. •: CLIFTON . FORGE, VA., Dec. ' 2!K— (Spe-.
cial!)^-The;jail ; was" broken? open- by pris
oners i Saturday : ;,nlght .and. five .; escaped.
George Johnson -and, Robert -.Harisberry, ■
-"who"' were "Saturday^ sent on'".tbVawait- the
ractipn "of "'grand /jury - : for {highway
rbbberyji' Christmas*:. Day,:: -were ; among
those'.who^ 'gained "freedom;* .and -it' is. sup
p'osedl,-they,-..were the -ones; who , effected
the -delivery. . > " ;'."..; '.". . / ■■■*■ -'./. : J/?, 7, ; ':.. .'"L : : ;
iThe'doori was 'broken': open and outside
help is supposed. to; have" been" contributed
by., .'some -.; of- ■ • the "gang : who : ' have - ; been
holding.up. people; in. this locality, during
the,' past' two' months.; . -":•-.'. . ' V':
' j "Red. Bill," "notorious 'character, ; arid
John } Smithers, ; also colored, .who : stole a
gold -arid"', other •"■-valuables' from
tlie-'office ; of -Glady's ■ Inn,' and who • were
•"sentenced .j yesterday .'-to s ;' six -''.years'yiri ,the
refbrmatbryi "also" escaped.'; Besides these,
several: other. ■persons' gained ■;* their lib
ei-ty. : None :of ; ithe: ; prisoners have been
caught. '''■;' : - . .'-■■,:■;•■..- ,'''\i-.'..'J ' .' ',:,--'.'
TIDINGSvFRO-JVI^CHATHAIVI.
Jcrc; JonesParnfor Whackiiig'Hln
''■'■■' Brother— Christmas -FroUcs. - .
; CHATHAM^ VA;; vDec'ember. 29c-(Spe r
cialO-^ero Jones (colqi'tid). was,* on Sat
rurday, : in - JusticevHurt's'-Court, fl.ned- $5
"arid"-. costs " for inflicting with" a deadly,
-a: .very .'severe '-wound' on -/-his
brbther's" head. V.i-/,.:^ , ; . . - • ■- .-•" . ; :
iThe I lovers; of :• whist > wore fenfertained
royally -Friday . evening;-at the home'/bf
MesdamiesVN. E.: Clement. aridVSallie ;M.
Coles.-: -Straight-.whist. was -the. game -of
'the-tveninff.i and; many/tables fwere filled:'^
Honors >for. the first^prize-were v '.warmly
contested '-for. I : Miss 'Edna Hunte, won '■' the
trophy, ,\which " wa^ %very,. handsome
medallion 1 picture.', r-Miss- Perm, r of (Eoa
noke.-fellr heir; to thevbooby,- - : - „ ; >' . .
! Saturday afternoon^ttre; devotees; of the
game, were: entertained^by ;Miss Isia Rags
dale V at • Hotel "Chatham;; > Refreshments
were^serve"d f >on\both' occasions.".. ; - •• '
-Mrs. -S." ~K: >: Collier :' entertained . .. the
whist'elub i to-night. ,: . -\V ' V ;; •: -
;"." Thc ;: ' lovers ;\of ; ■'•the'.-, ''giddy ; .whirl";., were
giveh !l a' ,:v'ery.-'-rerijby;<.ble'r;hbp;Vat! " the
Chatham Episcopal-; 'Institute building
Satiirday'^evening.": -.-. ''..•-•' '"..- ", ~'.; r ; ;■ '•■:■
-' 1 Mrs. 'R' rE. :L. Aylor " has --.been v.quito
sick- for; several days; at her home, : .here.
:■ -" Christmas"' week -has .thus -far.: beenfvery,
gay, and' will; continue so; tilKthe- close. of
.the;.- holidays,' as ■ v several. "parties j. . ; are
scheduled; : - ■:■« ■'•■ "'- .: "-V " '-•.:•.- '.;'•■'■-> ~ -'--.'- :•" : '■ ■■■■ ' ■
: iMrs. 1^ Samuel J. L j.Turner 'entertained with
a'vtea party tea Saturday .evening. '• Re
freshments iwere '> served ■• in- courses. , V » ;
OIMBIO^IIREEIHiniHIIVII
jV-W.'P!»ililp»..o£ Hanover, Knocked;
; Senseleßs~BeaTeV}Dam .TTlckllngji.' ; ,
: r-DAJVI,-:^yA:ir December .-29"--'
(Special.)— This.'iTiQrning-Mr.vJ.;^\ r..^Phil
: li'ps;^ Jr.;x was tthe 'victim .■ of.: a very r j se-r.
. v£re;>, acciclent.'S '^Whil'eilf elllng." ai tree % a
"df»a'd''limb;Lwhich:"was "lodged- against- an-;
otheritree.vfell-on^ his ;head ; from|a. direct
:tiQn£heJwasunbt/>'atchirig,iand -rendered?
inimUunodn^cious if or several hours. ;.iDr."
James iH^Hatclvla.ndvDr.vEmni'ettjTerrelJ^
'of'-lUchmorid/f attended him. fand; though;
'the* wound 1 "" is : severe,;: the skuli '• was <not :
: fractured.*- Xi ; ?--~.. li -' : Z\-Ji "'■".' '--V^- >.•■' ■'■l' J '- --■■ '■''- / ~.
i 'Mr:? John 'SRolla*; died:* at-;: ; his'
< home.*''. near ,"> Hewlett, 1 ;- on ; the .'2sth, •/: 4 of.
■'Bright/s^dlsea^^^^^-viJ^Vi^vx-^.tvw'.. ■:' 7
.rJA^riegrp oniChr.istmasr.Dayi stole an ex-s
ipreas H-boxiifrom^the'/ depot ;;'at>Hewlett.i
•He s.was * auickly;; caught^ byvMr. G. J '
[Baug^anoth<»lCbesapeake and "Ohio; agent £
I : there;" 1 J anfl feJii s '?. ca'pto r | stood • ' gu ard g oyer.
fhim^aU^hjshttuntilj-hfe^coiildLbo'sentstO;
I V'Mr^ John :; Anib'er iic^spending "• > the''hpli;"''
Mays .wJ'tli' his • sister, ' Mrs. A:' G. A. ; Flem
! inc. •.-■"" „ *•' -' -- 1 --■ • :
1 -WfMlss.s Grace ?i-Thomnsdn,ii of i;Newl-:York^
xl IS21 S2 is '. th e i ?uestVof > Mrs. J Rose wel I ; Paare". *j
: ; vC?rVle'ar«»*iout/annouricin>ithe2marrlas;ej
iMlssC i El!zabrtb"sDbziers?X.fv3to'«Jfr:t
'aamufl • Redd 3 Cart civS on ;•£ January •Xi7th.'*,
bfisV'Oe r isi the ?daugHter|of \ Mr.vßlcha.rd '.
\■; Dozier; Lee\ T J of *Su m ter?- S."?: C.'T and >, is|well|
i kpowh^ irilHaiioyerJand pßichiriand;^Wi^l
feThettwedding 4: w!n : tal>splace?satgthef
'(AurchVof 2 theX'Holy^ Comforter,- iSurnter.^
I#^V-. "BIHPi-OTMEWT WA3TTB.
bi«r]te«;Tprppßr'T;'«im«rifled^T^w<tT4»l» r 4»" f ',r
|f»liMe.':\M6L^.lßi^oßf"S r »d«U«i»l.i'Wor«ftjj
jfcoultf eso rowa.birfi-BOOM^
!5O? t C"eKTgi-TOJttfO'ITE"'"SALr/niCKsSPAOr.Jg!
■-■■ .--"; '" - WAIV'TED, -'
QUALIFY
catkins' to -;TeachjPian6Kand^Elocutidn'"in
:01d^pQm}nJon:-r";College,TfHonaker,^:iVa;:
; Sen'd'Pitestimonlals'Mwith;".' application,'?, to
AJLSCTS i HUTTQN, k h Presidents Hbriaker;
Va:.- I -; " , :- , .-.. de2S-4t"--.
: : :t^:p: ; ft..:.&iWASTED,v:'.«-^'<-^-'. :
YOUNG ;MAN,^35>-;YE ARS^WANTScEM A
ploymentrtkeepingi'pJainf-; accounts. r-:col-j
lectlng,scity/dnimming,"!T and ato^ look -:out:
f ori employer'ss'lnterestsigen'crally; ft where ;
ability and i.reliability^win>bo>appreclated,
andvremunerated: 3 SvPresent:positloniheld;.
! fourteen ?, years; account- ? too
much r absence }, f fom S f amily.-eT. ■ G-, 'T care
Dispatch. ',:;;u&>*:^: :;"S:f ■*■;-■ ■-:{ ' de 28-3t*;
: ?,.^:;:iWAIV'CBD.v:'-. ; '' .-:-.-'-.'-::-■ -
ENGINEERS, p.' FIRE MEN. MACHIN"
ists.i,-Electricia ns, f arid-.-' all | Steam
send *" for 40-page painphletcontaining ques
tions- asked ;.by>.Esamlning ; Board of ."En
gineers. ■:••;"■ GEORGE TA;I-ZELLER, ;■ Pub
lisher.3 Room ; 51^,'^ 18 ■: south i .Fourth", s treet;
St.lLouis.iMo.-;Es'tablished 1870. :"' ?
A;de;-21-Su4t* : : "- O'-f.;':. 7 }*^.-- " ':.'" '";'■■ "'"' '-"'
: i^::: ; :"'-'/ : ':- i WANTEJ., ; /::; :.■:-.':,.■■: :
AN^EXPERtENCED'LADY TO TEACH
four,-, children? in"? a; private :-:f amity. Give
reference- and-statetsalary.'.-. Address' Mrs.
J.-:.D.^HARRIS,>Mattoax,- Va;; ' • .^"::
>■ : ';;.-:,.■•".- ;: -:*:. "
? .SIDE I ■. LINE—P ATS 7>; HOTEL \£< AND
cigar: money :" every; day.'t: 'Pocket : samples.
Goods -paid s f or x wheri^sold.^ Give line ■ and
territdry""": . :; MAEß^ GUM COMPANY/
Memphis,; Term.: •' de 27-3t
■^•■•■■'"'■;.";';-';WAnted,': .-"- ■ ; : . .
A*YOUNGIMAN; r * MUST. WRITE GOOD
hand ;t make <!. neat r.figures,'-- and »be': quick
ahd'i'accuratev in'- calculations and'addi
tions.;.:. Giye ■"* reference > with specimen S of
w>iting-and' figures.SVA'ouress,- VADVER-"
TISER."':;.; /•-:•::■.:;■ "r - vde-30-lf;.
'. '" .'■-•'•"- \WA7iTED, :-:...-.. ; .; .
A' ; : GOOD ;CO OK.'" APPLY, >' 3W RS. . L. B.
MORRIS; 206 north* Fifth street. v de 30-lt
WANTED,. -I V-:- . ;,".."
SALESMAN OF • GOOD ADDRESS, FOR
quick selling -proposition; ; office : device.
Call?after'-7- P.- M.t Tuesday, Lexington
Hotel.- Ask -for M. i SMALL. - ' de 30-lt* ',
BUS.IXESS
':■ '" . : "'--:'" i -:-:' AVAXTED. lr-K. .V 5" ; i^t 'X
TO.' PURCHASE; HALF; OR ENTIRE ; IN,
terest:in':-an : estabiished.v paying, business.
Give -full, particulars. v :3i SI
NESS.: care; of.; ; Dispatch.'"..-' de 30-1 1*
..-"■"■■■: ".:'■ -i- ■: -"WANTED,. ''- ;' -••■■■-. :■:;;•
A*,: /PARTNERS : "WHO .CAN FURNISH
some ". capital ■•> to enlarge a •well-estab
lished- wholesale: business. Good oppor
tunity, for right;, man in the live; growing
town ' of . Newport "News, Va. :. Address
MERCHANT/ Newport News, Va. *
K-i: ':■■■■ '•; '."■.' -"V;; jVj-'/de.2S-Su^Tu2tl.:.
i-:'.<•■■:?i -:'.<•■■:? '■■:. :" ■ WASTED, :■ ■ ! . .
BIDS | TO? ;FURNISH^. SUPPLIES:. FOR
Southwestern' -Sstate-:.' Hospital,-- for", the
months-of -January". -February, and March.
1903. v' Bids >, riiustt be V sealed . and • marked
"bids^.to furnish," supplies," and addressed
to " ;th'e ; : accompanied : : with
samples ofgoods; offered,', and "must be in
byj.S- .o'clock /A.; M.j. of> the 7th day of
January, 1903. '.'.—-.•■-.%: v .: -
-A' list of such<goods as are wanted will
be- furnished .upon' application. -All goods
must ":be 'delivered' f.- o." b..' Marion. Va.;
Depbt. ;-The. right 'to: accept : 'or reject any
or all JbidSj offered r is- reserved. ' ■ y
;Tliis Decemb"Gr;27;-1902.' ' v -. ; '. . .. . .:, :
; , . • . A.-H. GIBBONEY.
•■de:3o-lt : •-■',■•• ••" — steward","
:> r >.-''- .:':'Waivted;:"v ■■".•• ■';--?... ::. "
A'.-RELIABLE-'PARTY'Tb' JOIN ME IN
conducting '.'<£: business." "Profits e<iual " to
banking; .better than'ia-life policy of $5,000.
Only v 51,000 cash' reauire'd. ' Good position
if '■ desired. : Rigid "Investigation. Bank : re
ferences. 11 TAddress 'OLD CITIZEN, -this
office^ :.;.:-.: :"i' V;; ;:" ; deSO-lt*:;
:-' - ■:-.,--■•:...■ : WAITED. ■•"■.../•.■•:■'.'■
OCCUPANTS' FOR- TWO- NICELY FUR
nished; well heated -rooms on- secondfloor.
Porcelam"-bath;^hot-and-cold water;:rates
reasonable. ' ,'Apply. at J7lO east Grace
street.. * - -,■•■'=.-•.■•■--'"■•• '-.v -■•-'de'-30-lt* ; " :
::■■'• :.r.: .r . : ; ." ' WANTED. " • .- .:-
BY- A GENTLEMAN: AND HIS "WIFE
four' rooms," with -bath anclVkTtchen : ' suited
to" house-keeping; t centrally }oca »ed. "Ad
dressr'A. W.,- No. 1 " li ' south' Twelf si street,
de 30-it* '- . ■:■•; •"-■ :■■- ;." ■ . .".- ' -' - ■:,
- ; : .-." -'- ; •; , -•■ :. ' wasted; '■■■'■ I - - '-. ; :-.
BOARD BY-Y OUNG. BUSINESS-MAN,
with or ; without, room .--Jewish family pre
ferred ; centrally -located." Address X: 8.,
care Dispatch: '■ ■* :"" : - ' " "" ".""de 30-lt
-: '•.::.>:,"■: :- --■;.wAxted^::;-.?:';v:;':^: :
occupants " for vlarge. t brtght
airnlsbed rooms 'at ".wr. east. Broad street.
One unfurnished- front-basement room.
lde"3o-2t*- ; i: : ;:' v ; ° V;,:-" . .• : •. ' ■ .
. ■-■■.-i-Vrfiv -'WAXTED. - "".
OCCUPANTS FOR DELIGHTFUL ROOM
on Gamble's' Hill: -furnished or, unfur
nished"; 219 south* Fourth: street. ■ '■■;":
; dev 3o-2f ;-". ■ ■: : -' ■ ; ' ; ■' ■■'■■ - "-■ ■ •■ '' ■■ . « : "
w ADEESI Use Chlchea'rer'sEnpllsh Pennyroya; Pilis
li'B'ist! 8»fe»t! «nly BcU»We! Take no other.
•I Buy rtf yon.- Drnea'li't, or « ? d 4c. nt».mp., fer p.rtic
iUri »Brt "R*n-fforL»d"M. n letter ttj return wall.
'■ ■• - ' OMche»tr>- i'-Ji-srolcal r->. i- I'bllnda., 1.-x. ■ i ■'•■■ - ;
"-. »pS-Tn:-Th^*-*'"»» rr * r * *■
SEAL' ESTATF- -4 GENXB.
- L
KBALBSTATE S;AT> PRIVATE ISALE.
~ FOR SALE,
A- Large Wholesale Store,
fronting 55 : : feet : stories and
cellar all '■ facilities^
Finest I : \vK6lesaMe; business stand
in-Cthe ;city.V:'-liocation".uhexcel
led.',-;^y..';;>;'^''-, •'■'.-" :./ V:-"'.: -"'.
" ; ;Terms : yel7| liberal ; ten annual
pavruents Hf "desired: ■:•";;"■ .■"•■■•- :
.V CHAPIN^HUMB,
".\ :};'^u J l 97 '-:■ east^ylain:street.*
TAX'IVOTICK.
. /TAX NOTICE. ..:-■..-'.
'" 'i ■'■■-'- 'r • Office Collector; of City-Taxes,
• Yd : h Room -.7. ■ -First* Floor >f
I : :, ;- ;
I ' INOTICE "^TO ■'!■> TAX-PAYERS.-THE
T ' 4 ST ■ H A.LF- OFv CITY-' TAXES.vRE^ L
'pot \.TBfiAND*VBKS6NAI*Sif6.r 1902.i is
pNQW^JEfANDf PAYABLEUtHhisf of-:
fi< F VERY " maie^ 21: :* years^ of^fage; Li and
' tverY" person* keeping- -houso" or ; doing
buslnessf in "the? city.;? is, assessed p.jr-
Ran-il 'taxes':-'- 7 - Those have : not , paid
nn""citv ; taxesVdurins;the yeartwllirplease
Si'Vand'Eettle;' so; as^to^ayold.being,post
e^DiK^viNG^ 'pipe^ and
SEWER 3 CONNECTION^BILiLSi a^re >a|so ;
I due £ and ; wiU^haycstPibeideclared
uuent* if, not- paid on or, before
s '^iVE PER CENT^-wiii*; be'i added ! to ? ;Jast'
half i ifinot paid-^onf or4befpro sDECEM^
i-^lnterest^aftsiX ; PERrCEN^alaofkt^
irtachesjto all 'soon .as % reported
l»?-tVaVttculaf "attention.. is called' .to/thCi
i^bove.^asfunder^ansordlnahcelpassedvby;
the f Cityi 1 Council Stnero- can < be •: no \ avoid-y
ANK iiCu W NINQHAM.^.pM
WGSRIIBB WEWjYEARRIGHT^
1.... *.;\£T- ft,''"%-.:.:<f -t,' '"% -.:.:< "'■ ■ ■ ■'■■■: Z Vi"-"' 1 *-~->'-:1 -;:- : :-''--'' v-S
m§ YOUR^G^ERIE?
]<3rri»nu 1a t e d Sugar, ; per i AZn
I p0und;...."../.,.* 1.;.^...«::r.H41 .;.^...« : :r.H4u | '
/BestVOipger^Snaps /orASwfc^ii^
g^ Crackers per; poundl^i. w^ 4"T2V
T^ncij(Q^Ddy^ per poundr^Vv; 6c
■■■^arj»£^GaVn^
■•■^9c,;^3'cans i fo"r;!li^f^|fc3U;
Wljiter^^Sugar^ 6 ?poim3|lo C~
-. fee;. per pound.... 1.....w; U2w
Good Salt Pork^ per;lb^Vi •?/^;i9c
; Ncir l '■;[ Cifeaned r Curr ant s; tfxyr ?Q '*
; cakes^per pound/. :V.".'.^.".'>iU v :
Blackberry ;-' or i Catawba; I fin
L \Vine^; per : ;quart.-'. ; : '.'y.>..iV;';lyw;
New* Dates, per pound ;.' . V : . •> ; 5c
Snowflake Patent QCa
p_ L\3\j
Be3tiOit"7! Meali perjiieck^. \r;--iß<y
:Good> Green or Miled*: Tea,K*lliP
: ;^rpojmd'^.;.r.V^.y.
New^Fij^ 9c. 6t B lbs/for^r 25c
New^ Citron, ;. Lemoii^or^lOi|v
Peei, p^r pound::* l ti^\i
Fresh Country Eggs^; periQ Cp
:;.;■ dozen. j^r. : A^\^;^:^pCUli
Down-To^a'store»,' : 18S0-1822-"E. : "kiia' Street.
Kanchester^l2l2aßl4H9irsmei'li«chester
BOTH "PHONES AT ALL r OTTB?SIoitES.=
Typevyritcrs— Ali Kinds
All itandard make • told, exchanged, npmitti, »nd iratti
anywhere.' M«ny pood m new. % of msnnftrturw pnce«l
Dou'tbuy nntilToneet»raple: of »i linr.oh fory—na
mtm-iictd idWce. lmraen«e stock for »«Uetwrnlu Ma
chines »lnpp«d on approval.' If you.waat a GOOD
writer CHEAP, you'll find it here !!' [?^; : . '•-:'" --';.:
:--...- ,>.-- .-. Phone*. New 8M « O!<! I89«u -• - -*- "
SO UTHEKN STAMP AND STATIONERY OX
- - '. JEn»ir» Building, T^relv»-Six 7n*iin, Biehmona, Va. .
SPECIAL SA"LE OF FI!VE .VBHICLES;
: ONE' 'VERY FINE RU BEER-TIRE
CLOSE-FAMILY CARRIAGE (or station
wagon) at' a great bargain; 'Also, .SUR
RIES. RUNABOUTS, PHAETONS.: DOC T
TORS' BUGGIES. -VWA
GONS." etc. ALL AT SPECIALLY LOW
PRICES -to keep hands :-at "■work".- Also,
a' number of SECOND-HAND SURRIES,
PHAETONS; RUNABOUTS'.."and-BUSI
NESSWAGONS. "VERYCHEAP.^to make
room 'f or- new stock. -4 '■■■..'.■'.■•■- --- ■■'-*.'.
.;;..-■"■-.>:• w.~ C- smith, "■••-■".
;ide"lß-26f ' "214 north > Fifth". street..
..NUTSJOCM.:
FIREWORKS TO;i(jRN.
pmises to prociMm:
Gladness to Garryjto;vtlie Fire
sides of Our Deir^Friends^
CUJLI»BPEIV CREA^Riy:BIiTTISR.t
89 Small Tubs Swelt -Butter™'..:. ..-2b
YouVcanl buy Butter, 'but : this'is
tne only and original goods. j'- 2 . : •
Byrd Island s ;Patentri , Family .- ;
.•L'Xour.'the finest-.in the 1and......" J4-4O
I tal;an ! Citron '^per,, pound; 'i*. .".'. . . : .'.'. :■ 12
lS.OOQ. pounds Clean.Curfents.'.v.:.^ T
Choice =■ New : Mixed Nut5r;.. ....::;. .. liS
Mccha anu Java Coffee ; if. you like .. ! ,
good Coffee, try 5 pounds of this;
tvifis* sure .to. satisfy;. per;pound.V' IS. ,
liifli. Potatoes.- per peck:r.. .;."..:;. - 2O
New' Fat; Mackerel; bright;:.- white .
-eoft Mackerel; eats like chicken;- '-.-■■
ia kit J of 15 p0und5...:. ;tV2::..".r..-1.25,
This -is' a fine "relish and. sure .to; •
■itpii-asef-'C '•••■» "■---;> ' ' £-.t> '„.:.-'."'-■ = ;; "
Finest' Red Alaska. Salmon, tall ".
; cans; fresh goode, > per r.can;.*:';;".^ 7:
5.000' pounds New, : Bright/? Meaty "- • _
:California Peaches, per. pound.. : TV
SOS pounds New ■ Shelled Almonds.. - v 34
£,000 pounds fancy Cream" Cheese, ■.-' -
-4 pounds for .....;..:....:.. 60
It ,'won'ti hang fire' at rnis ; price. .-.'• •" ;,
Pure" Cider, sweet and' sparkling, ■: .'
while it lasts, per ga110n:...*..;... . 1O
l£,ooo ; pounds Fine CaroiiuVßice.'S ' "
' •poundsifor ........:..;.'...'.■/..';.....■ S3
Just look, at it; if you want a a . .
"beauty on your table.' .-. .;
5 w£-et California • Parma Violet ".".;.
• i Ammonia; 3 bottles .".'...'...."*;.■.:.. 2F
Large: Bottles Sweet Oil;. imported :
•goods' ...'.;.-.:•;■.....-- IS'
6 cans Potted Kam .....\;. ;....':.. 2O
SOC .iajrge 3-poimd- cans-:.Aspara-'
'.: si; 1 - • Soup; cost 25c, 0n1y..-;. .V.. ."' • If
So dozen -S-pcund* cans Tripe...... ■ t.
£00 tubs Pure Leaf Lard.:......'....- O
5,000 pounds Finest Hams ;.-.r... ;"..*" 14'^
California ; Hams ...... ..V.V..'.../... 11
CHRISTMAS GREETIJfGS.':;
Fine ' Old Jamaica Rum -per; quart 6€
Amontilado s Sherry Wine. camber V .
/color: highly, flavored, .pure -and •-.. :'• ■■•■■-.
'■ v. holesome." quart . ; . . . ;. .1-i..~::~.-;J- ;so -
Fine Old" Bumgardner • 9-Tear-Old *
Mountain Rye Whiskey. ..quart.. V 7B ■
A stimulator for. statesmen., ;-■ ■'.. ...
Clemmer .Old Rye Whiskey;;quart, /4O •
Furei Oli Blackberry' Brandy,, -
.VJ.V... — ;..-- / ;.;>...*^.*:?.".;.- : • 20
Gibson's Pure Family Rye: -Whis-
key, 'mellow, wholesome, —pala-- -
tcble.' and invigorating; quart.. 78
KcDermptfs Fine Old MaltWhls
iikey malt means thejbestlthing:' = '
"for good health and; nothing bet
tef-' for ,poor : health; try,:-' a- bbt- *• -"!■
rtie:...'.:....:.: ...::....: i^^v*.:.*:./^ ,83 .
-•0r '.4" .-bottles ............ V.v .■*;.;.-.."/..: 3.00
Fine - Old North Carolina v Corn
■- Whiskey>. gallon . r. '.. : '. v .*.-; . .'.v.'.t . . : 2.00
Northampton "Apple "Brandy.:. -8.
years' old. pure juice. .quart.; • i .:;. • no
Jun'cer.lGin:; a family tonic, quart ■■ 5O
lC,ooo:bushels Feeding 0at5..v..;.. '35:
h.OOd bales Fine Hay, hundred;.".....'. 70
This is- cheap at 90 cents; "order:
rt. ton; it won't last long.. : -:-: . .'.. -
S.OOO "bags Fine""White Corn t .".;."'.■;';.' • 5».
Shipstuft*. . 1,000 tons, per ■ hundred.*. 1 : . : 1;OO .
i-844 cans Boston -Baked 'Beans.;- "■-: 4
10 pounds. Buckwheat, new^goods.: 3S
Quart Bottles- Maple Syrup. v.. .-.:.. .20 ■
london'!'laayer.Raisins;.soß.iboxes;. •' •
•201 pounds -each; new- goods: in vs'v 5' ' -.'"
?tovio -box i lots - . ..... .-; . .'. £ ;: i i.v.-.'ri HOS '
6GoKboxes'-New- Smyrna -Figs, per.^ '
.-fcbx-./:;-. 1 . 1 :'. ;-■... ............:.....;::.* 75
Cbajmer's* Gelatine. & boxes:... uv.; 50
Finest ; Catawba . Wine ~ for .July, -r. "
"per quart r..i...;..r.^.;..i;..:.;;;.. i ;^ 1O:
'.Send, for-our Christmas";; quotations ;' we
will gladly mail one- to; any.iaddresshrW*
keep en hand : Fresh Meats; Vegetables,"
Fruits. "Butter. - . Eggs. ■ Cheese,*: .and V all
goods V ■■■ handled by ; First-Ctass *;: Grocery
Houses.. .'Pur . Wholesalei-iDepartmentHw
under .one' of the most i expert, rbuyersi in
the South. -and . is - always ?ready ' and glad
to furnish ' quotations ; to;;merchants :: re
pleni£iiing;'their stock. - • "- •<_;,*.•-.*.
D^ O*Sulp*iii,
Eighteenth and MaiirjStreets
U -;. and ; • * :_: _ ■
.502 East Marshall Street,;
HOTELS.
Nice Board
Can he;,obtained %here: r Gobd-sized. v >
comfortable .* rooros.^ ' > : Ourtgueata?: are;
served; Sr.vti th ': -Xhn -1 best v : t the'C. market!
affdrds^ i;flve ;-mlnutiest.twalk
of ?itheii po&trofflce/; and iithe fbatnks'^on
Main ".street. j. Only 7 : a i i ew -blocks it rova
all V) the, ; depo ta. J? A " ; fam llyj*hptel : £ for
.busy people. . - '■* - •".'" ! '-; ;
r*? ? .'.;'v.;..' '"iC' . -■•' - '■•■ : -■'.-:...■■:% *i,C."
Thi Spotswood Houit,
■ ; ■« Corner Governor aa& Rosa Sttt«ts,^-.'fe?
:f»»viliU^»T«X^:- BOLI>8 OLI> gj
tgAfc A»g TO'-tt >AIP MtO aATA BT
; na^Ttii»om?AjiD';THr»;yz»D2x.'.;' -■
:-: ::-«:.■*. -of- -.:;•■ -•■ :
; '*923/fßOTC"S<wiVT^l:"arid ;^readv - for -">)«•
n6tjprrtenttdon't?knQwjwhat;great ba^!
gains ;they.rare3 missing; .»^--i < •
; FRU FT 'COMPANY
;;de 3o-lt:^ vii>'l2l2>etet*Cary street.
":";;.': ','. •-'-'' -^ George C"W*6 Mayo, r ■ • ■-. :• -. •
;."i/:'.7^v-;';."i;-_7^. ; r"Auctlbheer."':--.. >' ." ; .-..>.'
: |%TR^STErE v S-^LIE^;.I : C .. ' .. -".
-of— ::•••■• -^ - ; : ■ ■;•:-.
CORD^v;OOD/< MULES/. COAL TRUCKS.
;CARTS>^HARNESS; ! AHORSE
t PHAETON.^TYPEWRITER^ OF-
f C-'FICE-SvPrjRNITURE;:-. ETC
:^ WAR- '
. ; ..v -.v.-vDEN- &^iCO.". . IXCOR-> "—
-'.r. r i :V ': r . : ; ••?*•:?•■•/ "'PLATED. v- - ; ■ : ; * ■-."■ :
"t ßy .virtue 'of: authority- vested In me by
ascertain'^ deed •' of r trusts executed to" rj^»
by :the > J^-H.'-Warden & ; Co-'.-Incorporated
bearing^ date; on** the ; 3oth? day. of -De^^ir
b*er;-ji902.;1r i'shaUTprocced -to sell at th»
Coal-Tard.| of *f: * H.; & Co in
corporated,; at: ! . Seventeenth -and Dock
street*;" *w " • -■: -. ; " ■> f . '■' ""-; "t--.« -..*.•:
>MORNING;vDECEIIBER
\;:v" v^3OTH.- : -A'r. : -:io ..* ■
tho'C eff«ctscdf^ the -said comjJany. consl3t
frtg:'pfione;pair^Hejivy»;Draft Mules "two
Patent •* Coal T..Truck3; •. two* Coal Cart? a
lQt*;of;?Harn~essP.on"e"tH6r3wSjona Phaeton
abOut^Forty^Corcls"^ of ASawed Oak an<i
I=ine\^rbQd.', one j set^ of "Platform Wagon
Scales.Hone''Rero!ngton 'Typewriter; Oak
Office; Desk. •;Offlce-;Eurnlture anri Fix
; tnres,-i ; Wheelbarrows, . . Screws, Shovels
Scoops!'; etc-Vv etc.- 'Also the" Lease of thi
Yard.'"Offlce.'Building;;Fencingr.seic. ■
>;TERMS:vCash.; :: ;' / ,:.
-v -r '.*'-'. ~^"". -.-!-■ •-;SOLr : .CUTCHINGS. :
"•de2S&3O:.^- : .- : :'r -..;:•,'.■:. Trustee.
■A'UCTI.O'If f . SAliES— Fiitn re . Ony«.
••' -v^SyEdward'S^ Rose-Company, •■■-
;."i - Vi'. R <taV';Estfte 'Auctioneers. ;;..
rp RUSTEE'S -AUCTION SALE '
ifl^-'^'M.'v.^^.^-oF^-.;^ •*■.•.'•■..-.. .'.-..
100 ACRES OF; LAND. . SITUATED NEAR
"': ; ; ■^vr'^psip.yA. ■--■} ■
: "By-. virtue *of--a'. certain/ deed of, iruat,
dated -May .,l2. ;lS96.;and, of record In . th*
clerk's r offfce i or. Chesterfield i county, Va..
D:c-8.^92,C page}469:"~ default -havlnsr been
made'iri'.thepaymerit'of -thenote thereby
secured.tand s beirig".refiuested-bylthe bene
flcfary • so \to* <J0..?1j- will-lsell". by auction
at I the'j north "• dopr/pf;;the City Hall, on
Broad -street,? Richmond. ;->Va*'.';on the
•» ;.'22DfDAT.f OF -JANUARY. 1303. -
,J.".'>--.''5 i ;'-'"v",atil2/b'clock ;-■&?.,* -
ioo Nacres' .- of;:"-land.? with impr«^
merit 3 {thefe6nV\as ■ described . in '> said d©^§
of-? trust:"-*;-' • ■ ' v :;.-"- ■.. •■ ' '.
"'TERMS:'; Cash as : to "expenses •of sal<»,
and'one. nbte*fbr'slSs.';with interest frora
isiay. 12,, island, residue "as may:be named
at'tlnie-.of 'sate.' ' " v r" ' ■'■' ■"■ '- • '
: i>: :•': ->:.-•■■-- r?~~-'±t~l'*AZ XL.:, marcey; I ;.
■"' ■--.; '.-.%" ' r ■"-■*":■:'_>'--.- Trustee.
V:de^y^4;3;6.5.10,13;,15,1X20&22^" *
j?-,?7 George -iW."- Mayo, i Auctioneer. .
mRUSTEE'S'AUCTJONSALE^ ''.'■• ■
-:-l ;■:'.::•-- v. :^« vi-v— OF— : '•:. ■ ■ - '■ •
FIRST4CLASS '''PRINTING ■ BUSINESS
• -OUTFI-TF-TOGETHER': WITH ALD OF
;4i :THE RIGHTS* OF .THE. PUBLICxV
"" r iv^^vTiON: known; as.the :•; .
WARROCK-RICHARDSON - ALMANAC,
vt;NOWt.SIT"L T ATBD<AT -NO. 7-NO.RTH
j ft-ri .^%SEVISN^Hv STREET. . - "';.-...
'T- By.- virtue of > a'Jdeed * of , trust . dated j Juiy
27,' ISOtM-a'ndSrecorded'in .toe^clerk's of
fjcb'of :the:RicKraond"Chahcery Court/ in
Deed-ißopk ?172B;,page- 22,»'default" having
o'eeni'madeV-iniT.heCpayment^of the debt
thereinxsecured;Hancl Jbeiiig.;. thereto .ri^r
q,it!red' : by. >the' noteholder;- .'-l;:will'. s»H> a*
pu'bac* auction.': at" No. " "', north TSevwift
street,"^ Bichmond^Va.'.*" on .*■.• ■-" V \
1. -.: SATURDAY.- JANITARY'3. =1903. "
■■';■- ■--''•■.-••:■ f fat 'I 7 o'clock; P.'-.M.';'--; ; "; . «
the 'v property?.' described- in ;- the .deed "oC
trust; cast-follows: , One% Empire-Typeset
ting Machlne.-and^pistributor. -four large
Co'mposihg > 'Stones V ; and -' .racks, eleven
Type ifj Cabinets.^ two 'Galley. Racks, ona
Proof vPress/ two:. Cabinets .of ! Labor-Say
ing' Furni'ture^V twelve -.Type" Stands.' one
Sort ; Case.'ii oneiCaseLßack. .one Punching
Machine. 1 ! one'-EyelettJr.§:rMa.chln^.' one set
Steel :'Labor-Savin'j.~.Kurniture''" .60 'Book
Galleys, ten' Job;Galleys,;Hempei's Patent
Quoins— small 'arid large.;orie S-horse-pow
er-*Boirer."\bne^6-h'orse-power engine, one
lbt' Shafting.APulleys;~etc.; one Whltlo.ck
2r Revolution' Cylinder is Press 37x51. ori»
Whitlbck- -^-Revolution ; ' Cylinder^ -Press <20
x42,s one j ChandJer/& ; Price: Job Press— l^
medium-.-'- one' a Champlon~: Cutting. Knif»—
44 i inchest -/oneV Denhy.;,Tag> Machine, one
Hicockr. Perforating- LMaohine,' 1 one .Folding
Desk. .one'=RemingTQn r ;Typewriter.:aQd ta
ble.- ona'> Mil ter's ' Saf e- one' Check ; Punch.
ISo :.f onts ■ Job^Type; .•"o'ne^DeihlS Electric s
horse-poweriMbtor.rOne • Bobs
Machine;- -AS • patent^Eleetrbtype'ißlocks,
dne s . Yarger ■ StapHns^Macfeine *No. ; 3. 45
chases.-: 55 palr^Cases.' two- "Lead? Cutters,
4p;Composing-'Stfcks.*B?sets- > "Metal ' Furni
ture. -'IS pieces Steam Pi peand Ftstures7" 1
small -"Cart.*: one * Cabiriet^'and on*
Case t Brevier /Type^^one-; Case; ReznJngtoß
Typewriter'Type.-onetCase "Great Primer
Roman'Type.-'slx'Ga'se's Nonpareil 'RomaD
Type.-S^' Cases Sinkllj Ptea:" 6oo pounds 'MlnS
ion ■'•Type,";' soo r pounds '.Brevier.' -Type. 400
pounds -Long . Primer^ Type.V two Scalea,
antrbne"Gas Stpve.[an«"f 'also all the right*
title, "and ' interest of. John'-T."- West" in and
to -the. -publfca'tion •known as the" Warrock-
Richardson/Almanac. " , -"-- " .
vTerms-^Caahor'^ i" -- - v: ".n ~. r '.L. ■ _.' -.
|.^;-.v '''-■.--■; ■. -L.^Tr-.W."" MARYE.
: Idec^-St""- •„•*;•:-■ "•**■--" '- :: --■• : : Trusteed
li^T^\!7^^SJ FORt REST.;:. .. .' ' ;..•.; '
FQUR;^PARTLA.LLYi"-r.FURNISHED
Rooms ; ori '■ seconds floor- of ■> handsome - resi
dence. •: on ', west'- Gcace;- street. ; Address
WEST..' care of 1 Letter-.Carrier. No. 35.
..;n0;37-ts-,v--% : '-:-^V '.-'-■; .". ■'
MEE-TINGS.
:THE"""ANNL T AL>"MEKTING '■- OF ' TH3
STOCKHOLDERS' of- tbe UNION-BANK
OF- •KlCHMOND.'iVA:;'. will'be. held In th«
First-National-' Bank"*bxiildinsr on THURS
DAY S,' ISO 3; J atl2. o'clock j noon:
•" -."-£. . .:--• :-" r ►-.;-;-;- - rJ.'-iB.t'BEASLEY. -
.|de-23-tJa*Siric .'."■_ " "- f- ; ■ ■-•Cashier.
=•! '■ .' '\'".V. ■*'':■'' "'.* "Bro'ad-Strist B^nk
' , ■.■•Richmbnd/Va.""- December. 22. 1302.
• ! THE ;-*ANNUAI/ MEETING -OF THH
STOCKHOLDERS :• OF i THIS ; BANJt . will
he, held; at ;,the{r. banking housed. s3o ='east
Broadi-. street-'.-V-TUESDA Yr ' ' Januarj*. . ' 12,
IDOa.' at *4 -o'clock i-P.M. . -> .■ •• .' , ,' ". ..
V ".: '-■.■::■-:■ ."- •■•■■ - v "^.-rV-A^M^ GLOVER.
J24-Tu&Thtd"■';;J 24-Tu&Thtd" ■';; '.r^iV^.--^Cashier::
r. .- -" -.'.The ; Saving3~,sßank,\ of •Richmond,
- * , Ricbmbnd.iVa.r DecemberS^lSCi.'
MEETING
af^the:* STOCKHOLDERS :< OF, THIS
BANKvwill'be^held .THURSDAY, Janu
ary: 8.- lSOe^at 4o'clock^PJM. : ' -:
y, vv w,^-:;n;.:;:vJAMes -*m. : ,ball. •
>; cc*: 34-td'i; •-'■;-> i^'-r ?fSc.-z'% -::•'- ■■ '■:• Cashier. "
; -i ?. CORPORATION^ MEETING. - ■-."
'it THE I ANNUAL i: MEETING "OF^ THS
STOCKHOLDERS is of .'the 'SISTERS OF
THE3BLESSBD-3 SACRAMENT FOR-IN
■piANSr^ANDiI COLORED : - -'-I*
VIRGINIA v.will -.be: held ;at .St.SUzabett
Convent.-.* Cornwells, s-Bucks • county,' Pa.
on WKDNESDAYii t6e;7th:*day ofiJanu
ary;;*t9C3,*>"at<2;O'clock-:P. M.: i:C i . '
• ; :>*-.':>,-■ i r:-; r "■^ANNIEiE.-'M'CANN. ■"'•■
■ ■*de : -.23^2wi"..% J -.":-.N-.;"*';^:.,.-.- : i".'.' 4 Secretary.*
'. +. : v ßichmond.,. Va:.v December" 13,- 19O3L'
]?{THE- REGUL'AR r-AXSuALvMEET.NQ
of ■ the STOCKHOLDERS,'OFiTHEjMER
CHANTS*i^IS-ATIONAI; | BAJTK ,wi 11 ;b*
Held ' at f their; .baijking 1 -ofSce -■. on JTUES
DAY;* JANUARY IS.-. 19C3.^ at!l2 o'clock At
; i ; . ., .-^.2^ \'S'^;B-i JOH2C-vF.t.GLBNN^ ' v
ml-'..!;^^:lm 1 -' ..!;^^:l v^i rCashJer.
; " -^r'Thfe ''Natibnattßank :'iof .Vlrxlnis^
. ; v.> Richmond Jf i Va.%§PeCcinber. 13, 1 1801 -
. iTHE? REGUiiARf ANNUAJU-MEETINCJ
olit he I Stockholders^ at I this".ißank-;-wlH'tM
Held* at^ theirAßankins-House^TCESDAT.
January,: 13. v 1903, ;; at 'l2?M.~r^:»t ' "■
•: T.>K.;"SANDS..-iCashier.
idei^Tu&TWdvr;;/ 1 ",:."-." ','''',
.■\' : K'J' ' • " "" ■ycity^^'afc^of.' Richmond,
-„'r.^vj i lilchmond^.Va.i 'December 27.' 1902-i-
THE-^REQUIiAR/iANNT"AL>MEETINa
;of ;S theSiSTOCKHOtDERS i S OF '^THtS
BANK~w»l! : fe^heldTQri VMQXDAY^JAS
= UARY,I2TH.;at U^O'clOCk^. r ? : : ~-'t : ~:
/— - T-S I --- ; - - •-••;*- «-"--:
• JLOST.'»TRATnBD; ? A!ID.rOU.'<I». '
. * ' * . ,- 1 • - - i
>iLOST.!I>EMO>r>ANX> ; AVHITE;SETTFj;
tDQSr.namtdir l **JDew";«? hisilrftl eye: is *irt-
i 3iired^Be'««ar«*-wt>l^l>e'>pal#ifop-^«tiMfc
! ti> vCHARtiEa?^COOKE»' 4W7;«?~ - ' S V»?ui
street. -■:.• . „-, '. . V . :d*3r-«f
MO?f©\SiriT ; l^Q.tJ^leosrav«a'<mlba^

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