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Too many left over; too many that show
handling. An unusual price.
The Whita Sale.
? Will start ;i will be
most importaitVto all- families -of,
Richmbnd./' ? Only "a ; few- prices of
the entire; sale; that j could be,dupli
cated. \ './.;-,- *' " *
Sa!e of Children's Books. v
- Were sto 12c. are each 3c. - ;^
'% -A; Christmas Carol, by. Chiarles.Dick
■ -ens; illustrated as a holiday book, <t |
was : s2.o9, for... . .............*K *
Romola; by George
- xm sl.23, for ."..-.. ..'...." *^V
' 7 One; in; Charity, mustrated; Cf)W
- was 89c., f0r....... /.". : .I. ..'..*.VVVV
CMlds',Life in Art, holiday 7CW
• edition, was §1.69, f0r. v. ..... -f y V
Notes #
Society.
: ; I/ittle- Miss Cary Valentine, -will be the
charming hostess this afternoon at a
-Christinas tea, which will -be- given from
4 to 1 6 o'clock at the Lome of Mr. and
Mrs. 'Mann, S. Valentine, on west 'Frank-;
liri street. Miss Valentine ; will jbe assisted
in-receiving her guests by Misses ' Gay
Montague, Anne / Royall. - Rosalie Valen- 1
■Une;>ATice Nelson, Sarah Temple, of Pe
;,tersburg. and Nannie Patton. Games, for
• -which; prizes will be given, will' be played,
arid deJiglitful- refreshmehts; will be 'serv
ed. -Among the . guests invited : are . Nora
Randolph, Martha Clark. Mary Lancaster,
Elsie Harrison, Elizabeth ' Cocke, Isabel
Carter, Charlotte Bemiss.: Edith Steams,
: Kathleen^ Munford. Mabel O'Ferrall. :Alice
Burwell Reed, Katherine Gunni Imogene.
Riddick, Mary McCaw. Ellie Wingfield,
Emily Clarke; Gwyndo.ine Rutherford.
Claire Smith. Katherlne Patterson. Alice
Nelson. Ruth Kitty Hart. Edith Donnan.
- Imogce^ Warwick, * Lettice- Woodard, Sa
die': Habliston, Elsie Lindsay,- Floyd Tay
lor. Louise':. Crump,: Fannie • Crenshaw,
Ellen Ball, Amie Dunn. / Sadie Temple,
jMartha-Grlgg. Jessie Anderson, vrrace
Tatum.r; Margaret Jones, Belle Willard.
Barbara Trigg. ; Grace Perkins, Zadie
Branclv Elinor Lindsay,: Elizabeth" Pres
ton,' Helen Adams. Helen Watson, Doro
thy/Christian. Mary Saunders, • Helen
Btagg. Louise McAdams, and Mary Cooke
Sranch. "
:.• ■'"■ ' .'- : *• * -- , * "-. -. -
.': Mrs. J. Alston Cabell ■will give a tea
this 1 afternoon .from .5 to ; 7 o'clock,
to-morrow afternoon from s 'to 7 o'clock
- Jn honor of her eister-ln-lEW, Mrs. Cabell,
J-wlfC jf i Colonel Henry Coaltcr. Cabell, of
the? United States army, •who -is a guest
or Mrs.-, Herbert- A- Clalrborne, in west
Grace street. The color 6cheme L of the
: decorations will : bo In crimson and the
will be a massive solid silver
■*■■ eland filled with; bright red berries and
-f ■ferns/-'-" .".•■- -■/*.; : ' '.' - ■
:;"- Mrs.. Cabell. go"wnod In, white satin trlm
•xnedin blue panne velvet., will be assist
' ed in reeeiying byrher guest of honor and
■ Mrs. Jariiee \ Pobley,' *of ."Maymont" ; , Mrs.
-John; Hunter,/ Mrs.' Henry :C.\"Rieley..and
: Mrs. Edwora -StctUnius; of; Chicago.. The
a jrunch bowl, 1 "presided over by Mrs. James
Allison; will be' In the front drawing-room,
• And" the" chocolate "table, .at which Mrs.
V? Hairy -.tandorif' Cabell will preside, will
: -l>e in the rear drs wing-room. ,\.; . .
'. The young girls invited to assist -will be
>2ilßses Nellie -Boykins. Sue Spilman,
- Georgie '', Blankeriship;: Kathleen
gEl«rabeth:';WhlUork. -Elizabeth Townes,
i; Mary I: James; : Sally Reid / Anderson; - An
; nlsv Howard, , EstiC; Paxton, : Mary: i Ball
SandJJEstell^l De ' Saupsure. 'Mrs. Cabell
: has :lssuc»i 350 : invitations.'; and as her rep-
as a ; charming hostess : is well
■kTJowiv her rooms* "will be filled to-mor-
Vrbw.' :""- "* -■;■ ■ ',""-' / - ','■ ■ ' . * . '.
.] :-';-- • : ;- * ! ■ ■■.:■-••;•-•
;Y ; The r handsome home, of Mrs. ; Mann S.
'<' Valentine, on west 1 - Franklin • street, . was
• thrown -open yesterday afternoon, when
-■ ehe- grave a brilliant^ reception, 'from. 4:30
■ to 7^ o'clock. The r parlors, and dining-room
.■was* covered .with. white canvas arid artis
{^itlca4lyl-decorated 'with : -white wreathes
fg-f arid ] Christmas . bells i tied '> with , broad, red
;^«atln- ribbon./ The : pbrtleros i.were' caught
; / with 1 sprays of j holly and; mistletoe, : and
fh a" large mistletoe bough.; from. which-hung
'y •■■• a ' ; bell ."of - holly, was = suspended , between
•-the .parlors. In the dining-room;, an elab-
J forate menu. • includingr salad, " olives, oys
m, ters, cakes, ices, and almondsrwas" serv
■ ©d Iby j colored waiters. - : Thilqw*s [orchestra
■>--was"'; stanbned v in- the '.<. conservatory;': arid
T.r'^liscburßed ■ ewcet music during the after
" jioon. •' -The - receiving party % included | Mrs.
,' . .Valentine,; Mrs. . AVilliaxn 'F-i Gray, -Mrs.
Blair, ;Mrs^ Andrews Gray," Jr.;
'&";• Mra-V Edu-ard •' Quarles, ' Mrs. B. B. Valeri
'*-.'■:; tine. ■■ Mrs. E. P. ; Valentine;- of this ■ city.
' and =■ Mrs. E. W. Finch and Arthur, :Kyle
3% "Davis; of Petersbui-g. Among' the out-of
"; ;S ;. town, guests was a large -part- of Peters
lv" burg's : elite, : who came ■ to" the city; yester
fe'iday. for/the occasion: Little - Miss; Cary
■^■hrid'Rbsaiie Valentine and Master; Valen
1 : ■line' assisted in doing the . honors: Frappe"
■v "Was served in the hall by; Mrs. Frederick
/.Valentine. -
. ' ' • .! ■
■ Miss Flora Umlauf entertained her. Sun
flay-schccl class in "htr home, ,121 South
Hf I street;; Thursday. ; The evening
: " - pleasantly spent in parlor games arid
nusici At 10:30 supper was 'sexved.; Miss
; \J Jjxblaurs' -class, which ; % is .composed of
: " .jrieri; ; ; presented ; her ■ ■ with -: a "**; handsome
,;>. : gold V.watch. watch- chain \ as a . Christmas " re
. meinbrance./ ;'. : . . ; ' "
:--•■:-■■•/:::-----•- • . • ,;. -■ -- :
■ A delightful /entertainment' was given
:^p:init*He:home of; Mr. arid Mrs., J.; F. Baur^
:.{-' on New Eve night-, -'i ne" evening
; ' '.'iv^.s spent: pleasantly f -by thetyoung, peo
i'!'' r ole with; music "arid ; gamies. and; atTmid-
' r.ightsuppcr-was; served; 'the- guests; be^
//- 'ncr '.seatediiat; a-handsoriiely- decorated
\ table. •
..• « • '. - .
?■- Miss Florence Forstmannr gave an ln
*?> '■■ Tonrial ;" reception Thursday, ."■ from 8 • . . to
'/ftt-i^l*. M. 1 . in: her home, .619 ..west Main
honor; of ..Misses iMayme, and
;S|^7annle/Gude, -of-rNewport^ News.^ i-lght
S^r^eshmMtß^;w«e7!6^ ; ed;'^durtnV^ ; the
-Among the - callers'were 'Misses
SwaMary* Davis;VAllce ; -NolanV''Lenari\\ r igger.:
fvfi!.'Oliyia;»Est£lle. Maria, ,'iVieresa^ arid" Almß
Messrs.- Hugh
sl ■ : Wrt »: and > Nolan, v John '. Kusteier.l
. j Harry 'Schutte,'; Walter > Thompson,:';;Jolin
*i 1/ Wilkinson;*; of Newport News,', and ; Robert
""rf Forstroann. /;
(i \ ; The] Misses : Gude!. were- assisted -in re-.
'-> : - : .'oelylng ."oy : Misses ; Florence Fandj Marcaua"
/.-.j ' ■/,' "/'
&|si?Mrsr;HirG. 1 "- Fbrstmanri was' chaperone. "
•■.;•-•'• ' . „■ ■..;/■. -v >r: , ,
fe . Mr. and Mrs. A. B; Chandler.- Jr.', are
B^rtsltlng-;Mr.t^?Mfs;/A;"B. v Charidler;lof
R.*' So wHng Green. ' " " " ■ '~
vV~.';*-' > ",T < '-"' r . i^\2'' '- Ti *i' ''■•■ ' *'V "* •; ■ ■— ■' ' - •• ' . '.•"--■*- ~'<,
,_■'■-■;■ .■■■.'.■:■■■■■,.■■■ ■'■■: ■ *-. ■■■...#:..•■;- ■■.-.■ -„■ y. .s'-- .;.■■.;■,..
. , V Messrs. Archie L, Wrenn • and Hugh;P
/;: I Powell, I of I Richmond. :{ arecguests x of <■. the :
sfi^amUy of Dr.- J.E.TompklnS'-ln^Freder-;
> Jckshurc.
W^S^m .Reinhardt/^na.
»|lkypegßedlb"rdJ-Sf of i;| JUchnforidMaro]
Margaret.-; Criemond^ofj
; ' The Works of -George '■ Ebers, ; <\ Qn
was $1.50, f0r.. .. ........... *dy
Saxii; by ißobert^; Browning,, C(\A
was' sl. lß, f0r . . ............. iOXJ C
;Thackery/8 Haunts -and.; Homes,/ by
Eyere Crowe, Englishv work^ gr f\ "'
was $1.38^ ;.: . ; . . . . : . . .\ . ! P VL
/ Feudal and Modern Japan; by Arthur
May Kuapp, was :§i.oo ■■lew
f6r-:C.. : :..'.:v.v.i..\^i;.V.-;.:;i.»? ; V'V
Several hundreds of "other volumes at
similar price; cut;- ' ' ~ --' - . .' v .; " ;
, There are all those 50c. Handy Classic
volumes, including -all the' most- beau
tiful literature in the English language,
including also devotional works,; at
Cohen's, sold- for ' 25c.; ; and : | q-,
marked ;. ■.-.•.. ! . ..... .^ : :v. . .. . • KY^
Three-volume sets, for half of Cohenfs
prices, . 5 , •'■ 7, 9, ■ and • 12 c. . buys whole
series of books to-day. ' ' ; "|" v
The Misses Carririgton, of .521 West
Grace: street, -arid- their sister. Mrs. Ed
ward Stettinius, of Chicago, will have;a
Itw friends to' 'take -an informal cup : of
te« with thefn on; Monday afternoon . from
4 to 6 o'clock.
'•■* ;•-'■ . : ;
' Miss I Paxton -is \-isl ting Mrs. , Charles
V. Carrington. ' , * .' . . ij ; '
Mr and Mrs. F. T. McAlhatinn,' of
Huntington, W. ya.; are on a visit to
Mrs. > Arthur Weson, SOS East ' Clay street.
■-; ■"■" ■ ■ / . ;"-*-.-•* .-> ■ ..: . •■' ■-/"■•
Sliss Elmer Jerry, of Lynchburg, ■ iiS the
guest of Miss Mary Wilkinson, 8 South
Pine street.; ; - ' ; ,'
•■•■•• ■ ; .'.
Mrs. M. B. Wade., who has been visiting
relatives in Chase City; and : in Mecklen
burg county, has. returned to the city.
'■*'".':*■'"-/ ■ . . •.'■'. ..-* '
Dr. Robert Bryan, -who has lately re
turned from an extended stay in Europe,
gave a : dinner last-evening at^iSO o'clock,
at his father's home, ' "Laburnum," in
Henrico county. / ,
:V ' * '; * . v ./;' '■: -r
Mr. Bryan Vermillion. an expert me
chanic, at the William R. Trigg yards,
and Mrs. Tyree. ; of ' 702 north Fourth
street, were -married Thursday night by
the : Rev. Mr. Mitchell, of 11 Poe street.
Barton -Heights, in ■ his > home. Mr. Ver
million formerly lived in Pulaski county,
and is an old .friend of the Rev. Mr.
Mitchell. -
•*'•'. " * " ■ ■ ' * . ' -
Mr. Hamilton O'Cannon has returned
to. his ; home in Savannah, Ga,;' .after a
pleasant visit to > his sister, Mrs. H. C.
Boudar.
In ihe Gallery o£ PngHlsm.
Tho latest issue of the X Police Gazette
contains a likeness of John Dugan,- of
this city, a clever feather-weight -boxer,
who has achieved some reputation in the
pugilistic world. He has more than a
local reputation for his cleverness with
the gloves. . ' ■ '
Held As* Suspicions Character.
Henry Fitter, a colored youth, aged
19 years. Is held at the Second Police
Station, charged with being a suspicious
character. The arrest was made by
Officer Wyatt, who ■ picked the . negro up
on the streets. - ■ .-/■/- - ;
Riehmonders in Sew YorlC. •-.-•.
' NEW YORK. - Jan. 2.—(Special.)—Fol
lowing are th\» Riehmonders regiEtered
to-day in New York: ' * :
Sturtevant~T. : L. -Angus. ,
Imperial— S. TV.. Hun*.- \- ■
Continental— T. H. Towrisend.
Bartholdl— J. M. Stayman.;
Broadway ; Centralr-S. G. Lett .
CASTRO'S CONDITION.
IT "W r AS IN THE NATURE OF AS AL
TERXATIVE PROPOSITIONi
TRIAL BY AMERICAN REPUBLIC
This In What He Asked For the
.. Venezuelan. Case—Reasons Wliy
Roosevelt Declined To Endorse It.
Sot a Possibility.
WASHINGTON, D. C; January 2.—
The condition .which President Castro at
tached" to : his ] response jto the allies'; arbi
tration-proposal, .was.in the' nature, of an
alternative proposition; Almost from the
beginning of the negotiations. - he has
shown an aversion;. to "The Hague tribu
nal. -Castro. ;",j while^ accepting -'.the princi
ple- of arbitration, /asked | that the case
be tried by one of. the American republics.
: As President! Roosevelt has; already de
clined to act in. the -capacity of arbitra
tor,' and assome.of the- reasons which in
spired;him In.his declination would apply
with equal .force to the ''-chief executive
of any other Americari state than the
United . States, he .was obliged, to -with
hold i any endorsement -of this ; proposition
of I President 1 Castro's. . .Therefore,: it- may
be from ; the s field ; of ; possibili
ties, arid unless- Cas,tro is i unexpectedly,
Insistent- upon ' his own plan, ; the orginal
proposition of- reference to The Hague tri
bunal .will- carrj'. ■
WHY THEY HAVE-NOT ACTED.
Sub-Committee. -"Explain- Status of
Universal Transfer Matter. ." ■ '
Mr. W. H. : Adams.", chairman of -the
sub-committee on streets,-: to which was
, referred the • ;matter .■ of - .the.... universal
transfer system; and Mr. Whittet; an
other; meJnberJbf t the -committee, ?sajd, in
reference to ; the delay complained 01;
that the company : had been working on
it ' four > months,'; and ■? ha.d * submitted ; it to
the :; committee ' too late rto get action '- of
Council on it before x the holidays-
As a matter : of fact,- the -coriimittee : in
itself j was powerless^to* authorize the : In
auguration- of the system on . approval
or otherwise. The proposition was tan
tamount to' suspending : a city ordinance,
and; that, ; it was clear .the committee
could -riot "** do.. '.';• . - ' ---;-- :; ;:
Chairman .J Adams said ?, he -was • endeav
oriiigtb'get his cbmmittee'togethef, oow
ever, as soon as : possible,/ in' order \to "get
the- matter uiri - shape"; for /the: action^ of
Council, prior "to which 'there -was no
power to initiate the matter. : _; -
IMPROVEMENTiTO GO: ON:
Plans tViilße Chiinßredißut .the Al
!'"'' -"'v iyn\'Xot-:.>VUI--BeV?lJtHl*e'd; t . -' -
.'Tho Richmond Realty aridiDevelopmerit
Compariy /has vnbt-s'et- decided ;upon>its
'^lansyfpf^roprovement^of^the'iAHen^lot,
bu t 'infa j very|shbrt j tiriie. 1 ;- It ' is
Ittiat i the :£lot Jwill f:riot?rsmain
11 Idle,*i1 dle,*i but t'wlH ! ; be]iroprbyed^ though 7 nqt|on
I thel Strauae " Hnes^of \ build ings \ for; stores^
; with : offices above. The' company fs in^ ;a
I position :| now^to r carrsgf or^ra \ aiyXplaiT:
s they 2 iriayJsee ■ fit to ; undertake, -arid ithey
\cijl decide upon this without much de-
THE
Ri L. : GARDNER'S '■ EFFECTS FOOD
- ; AT MUUPUYJS HOTEIi.
ATTRACTED N(S ATTENTION;
Appears JTo/Har^- Dropped ;^ln panel
; Dropped Out ; Witliout : Creatliag - o.
Ripple— His Bed jXot 'slept In Since
: ed-3lurdcrer» .. • ;-■■.:..-.'■■ ..■■■•■■ ■-- .■■:. ■■
The ::detectives:*of -this- city -are /-much
chagrined? over: 'their? failure i to }SC
L;;Gardner,-theyoung maniwho.is:want
ed iin JWlHlamstonn Ny •: C^- on': the" charge
oV betraying 'and r afterwards 'causing rthe
death- of . -Miss Victoria- Barnhill,-of;that
city^ They : had "i the ,: riian - in : their .hands, 1 ;
and 7, but/ f or .-. a- tip - given him over /the
'phoned - about" ten [ni mutes [before the j po
lice-appeared,, he would, now ;-;be in; jail.; -
■Word < was 5 received \ here ■ Mon day : morn
irigt thatw Gardner owasi wanted » in'/ Wil
liamstori \ on ,; the i charge - Indicated
and*- the detectives -went -to :the ;placesof
business, jof ■ Jeffress & : Sheiton : to look : for
him. -"He .was outsat ? the- time,: but : tho
detectives % explained ' why :-■'• they ] wanted
Gardner,;; and ■ exacted ; a*, promise from 2 a
gentleman .connected- with: the '.comp any:
to Jphone . them :if he came : in ; and j say
nothing aboutit.- Hardly had they gotten
out —of 'the " -office when " the /gentleman
called •: up Gardner ;■ over^ : the'- 'phoneyand
to|d;him:to get- dutTbf town.' Another geri- :
tlerrian, who ; was" in -the -office *at the"; time, ,
was i indignant '.''over -this" betrayal: of -the'
detectives,' - and ; told I them.'. But ; Gardner,
had time to skip.' and he -hasi :so success
fully ■febvere'd 'his'^ tracks that" tne efforts
of the - police . all /over -the country have
been unsuccessful > in : ; locating; him. s Des-.
criptions ; have been '■ sent - throughout i trie
South, where- he ;is supp6sed;;td ; have
gone, ; and -tlie" police of , all ■ the; cities are
on the lookout; •*. '"A . : telegram-, has been re
ceived from: W.. H. -Robertson,;chief-of
police ;of 'Williamston, : announcing i that
a reward ■of .'six 1 or. seven . hundred , dollars
has been \ offered -for. his -captured- :, ;■ ;
R. E.-, Gardner -was in 'Richmond ! as late
as. ; Monda y; last;- ■! He -registered ' :.t: .t ;Murj'
phy's .hotel;; on" : Sundays morning,;: shortly
after, lr o'clock, from', which; circumstance,
it is believed that he, came; here; from
Norfolk: or froriiv some city, between-Nor
folk. and: Richmond. ' :': ' . .•. • - . :
His name 1 appears "written In ■ a'rathcr
Cree/harid/ on the regi3ter/"at Murphy's
and he ' was assigned 'to ■ room 39. Abso
lutely: no attention was- paid J. to his ; com
ings or , goings, , . and no ' one . ; abput "the
hotel appears to remeriiber anything about
him. -The . f act .; that; he had not slept jin
his room: since ..Sunday-was ' noti ; discov
ered until I yesterday afternoon, ;■ when 4 the
chamber • maid ' reported : the ■; fbc imj;. for 5,a
change and stated that, the baggage.; was
there, but - that : there had been gno .neces
sity, for her to.; make the ;bed; since ; the
room was assigned. ■ -Investigation"'show
ed the br. §gage . had been - packed s ready
for. remove.l.. It consist of : a dress suit case
and. another bag. On; the former Gardner's
name and initials are: written- in -black
ink, with his; address as Kinston; N.-C.
On; the hotel register he gives this -city,
as his home. The ; significance of -the
conflicting addresses " is ' obvious. , - '/■
-Gardner did not visit the restaurant
duringthe stay at Murphy's, or if he did
he paid his bill, .for there are no charges
of any : sort against him. -He appears to
have dropped in,; and dropped but ■ wi thout
attracting any attention- whatsoever. •
. WELL-KNOWN ; HERE. - •■;
Gardner is weli-known in Richmond,
where he had been for some time ■-. con
nected .with'.' Jeff ress & Sheiton, .whole
sale " merchants., as traveling ; salesman.
For the past year he; has been - "word
ing" North Carolina, 'making ■ his head
quarters ■at Kinston. ;It is - charged that
he met '? Miss Barnhill, betrayed her, and
then persuaded her to - use ' drugs which
caused her death. The young lady : died
on December 21' st. The discovery of cor
respondence between Miss- Barnhill ' and
Gardner convinced .the' police/ that ue
was ' Iriplicated. I The warrant j for -his ar
rest was' the result.; ' - - -
' .Gardner was not; a Richmond man, ' as
first: stated He came, here from North
Carolipa. - „ r ;/'/.; /'/. - - ' '„-'■"'
It is thought that he has gone to Texas.
He was a -very quiet man, who lived well,
generally/stopping at' the Jefferson; while
inithis'city.*; His manners; were culturea,
and he had many: friends. ' : ' '
BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS.
New Church To Be Opende ."Witli
: , Services Sunday, -
The beautiful' new; church of- St.. An
drews will be used, for divine service, for
the first time to-morrow. Both morning
and evening; the services will be; inter
esting and elaborate, the. musical pro
gramme being unusually striking. ■•; //-'
-The church is absolutely complete.' Miss
* Arenta,-" who i has - given :it to the ; parish,
was anxious |that everything: should rbe
finished - before ; it was ; : formally :- opened,
and her' wishes hive : been "carefully -re^
garded. The building is. carpeted [through
out and /furnished in: every part./;-; It : is
one of- the finest churches in? the South,
and "the English. Gothic style of archi
tecture - has been followed all through
ihe structure.. Every -detail of the in
terior/furnishings, is as perfect as it could
be made. ■The baptistry-, is * occupied [ by. a
very massive and beautiful'; font of .'white
marble, and ' the * carving, on , : the .wood
work .i of ; t he ;-.•■' choir stalls iis . simply : ex
quisite.- The organ, which -cost. S/,000,. -is
blown'by .electricity; and^.the.-church. 'is
lighted > throughout ; by. the- same" power; ..
i Two lmraer-_^rongregatiqns are expect
ed; at ••; to-moi'rr— -. s s services;;?;? The " date of
'the; : consecration^ ■ of ithe7 church" has:- not
yet been definitely 'determined. / .
AFFAIRS OF UNIVERSITY^
Movements By the . Alnmnl For : a
.Voice In Its Affairs and Control.;
"The matter of an 'executive .head, for
the University, of Virginia and the; man
ner of his selection is.one that;,will'come
up: in tile-committee of '.the As
sembly .- soon •:; after • ;it • reconvenes. --The
alumni "• of the institution .s desire ;-,to 'have
a ; voice in i i ts .- control .* and -: management/
as* well as^in'the'Selection^of-the execu
tive-head.-"It;-is""-proposed'.'.to- give -tho
alumni' and - the >faculty.^'as"' well - as\the
Board : of Visitors, a : voice in the affairs
of", the ; institution. '■: •: ••'" -'" ■"" '■':'- "V/-.;
rAt ■ present i they Board " of have
the ; sole "power, -and ■; the ■ statute/ dra-rnj
and; offered recentlyj merely 'provides au
thority. , f or ; ; the ;* creation "-; of ■an f- office :' to
be'-- known i as ; an 1 executive J head ;for:;the
University.- Many; prominent members : of
■ the; General t~Alumril; Associationi will .urga
the -conferment ofi some' infltfence? in "the
affairs ; of "the 'sehool-jupon • the J alumni; or |
a ; cominlttee I selected-by Jt.// Several .will
appears before - theSHouse? Committee
advocacy, of the • pi"oposed? change.; - /.
-The entire -subject? of control
will "; be '•■'■'■ under ■ discussion; -■- and > f incident ;
to it- will : boi the/suggestion : of i;plans v for
the enlargement •of ..;the - patronage r and
influence of-'the/University/;:: ■://.; /-/;: -
- 4 .? Nothing i" great was { ever
:: achieved v without ■ 'enthusi
■asm" ' —Emersoa
-Three generations of cnthusi-
Vsm behind the i .[, ■.
Gorharn Co.
accounts^ for ! the fact that
itS|achievement|has >been
short •- of/; great^
Jnamdl)^ the production of X
■ the ; best |silverware;i at .■-= a'
moderate price.
I^l .*■ i —m- "~1 ' ''.* AH ' - "- % "
/U V Mf l C A II D A D D CP
iKniiilVljiliAniDAnntiyi
'ME^WEST^ OF & THE feSUB-COIttMIT
" ' "
TEE, TO MAKE 'JL' REPORT.
CONCLUSION HE REACHES!
Contends That Dr. ;; McLean). Has ; Al
- ready -Vacated" His -Office >*By- Ac
■■"■:' ceptinff • a Salaried' Position; Under;
;. . ; the - Federal / Government—ln"-Vio
lation bf-State'Statnte. -
- The I sub-committee- -of - the 'if House . Com
;"inittee .on- Privileges i-;and iElectioris,?.will
isubmlt .■••three;- separate reports' to V the
full "committee— a ■separate: report 'for each
' member.. .' Though'- all-. reach their,-- con
clusions ji by. different ; processes, r ail-, are:
substantially\T'agreed;/tha.t-;pr/ : /:McLean;
is ; not i entitled? to 'sit as ; a member of _tho
House, no tv haying- taken - the : oathJ v . Mr.:
Hejsrinans contends that the Mecklenburg ,
; man -would be entitled :*. to 1 a seatf if :he
cornplied'with "the--:'cbristitutional require
irieri t " as to taking 'h the oath, , : and " serves
notice: on him that^if ; he ; : riot 'appear,
here t and take . the- bath and < attend \ tho
sessions by- a stated date, the seat - will
be declared vacant.-.; ; ' > • - „■
Mr. .Cumming , takes - the; ground that,
having refused to take' the oath,; Mr; Mc-
Lean is not a member "of the House. He
further ■.'contends ; that,' - though compose*^
'of "the same members, • the General ' Asserii-*
bly< now sitting is nbt ; the , General ■ Asseni
bly.:;whichj; convened ; last -December; ; but
that It is ! ari: entirely new General "Asserii-.:
bly created by. behest of the constitutional.
I convention .'and -" owing \ allegiance \ thereto.'
L He 'makes: the; point: that- until 1 the ' oath
has : been -taken by any ; member, of -the
General Assembly, as- prescribed •by the
Constitution, I such . person •is not entitled
to a seat. /■- 7. ' " '-;----' ■'<".■•.
* ; Mr. West, the third member, contends
that Dr.; ■ McLean' has already 'vacated
his} office by accepting; a salaried position
under ;tho Federal Vgovernriierit,-. in viola-;
tion •of the. statute prescribing ; : qualifica-"
tons of ; members Vof the 'General "Assem
bly. •"-■ ' •; --::-.-'■■- -- *-■ ■/■■' ■■• --■-
••■■-.- ■•■ ■•MR : .WE3T'S REPORT. - " , /
'■ ■Here-i s -the report which he -wiH.make
tb*;the'"c6mmittee on .• Privileges and Elcc
tibrisV ' ' . ■/ / : ■ ■-■ : ■ - -
-;"; : '".']:.■. :■-; December -26, 1902.,/
As a member of the sub-committee of
the Committee on "Privileges and; Elec-*
tibns, -of the House of Delegates, ' to re
port on the • right of -Dr.' E. ; P. . McLean to
a seat- in; the -House "of : Delegates,- 1 beg
to -submit* , the ' following- report: .. .•/
In must be, borne in mind that this
case must i be " viewed -under the ' former
'Constitution .and under * the statutes
acted since 1870. Attention' is' called : to Vie
two vital issues that grow out of the Con
"stitutiori and ' out ■■ of the . Code of : 18S7. The
first is a .constitutional -declaratiori as to
eligibility -to election "to /the "■'■ House of
Delegates,, andHhe - second is ; both' a con
stitutional ; declaration arid a statutory
enactment as to qualifications of; mem
bers of the House of Delegates, and as to
capacity to hold -a seat therein after elec
tion. •■ • ': : ■■- :' /' ' "■ ■ . •'.
l.'As to -elegibility.to^election." Article
V., section 5, reads ;* * -*. "and! any per
son may 'be : elected a member :of the
House of Delegates, who, at the' tirrie of
election, is * .* ; * qualified to vote .for
rneiribers of the General. Assembly'; ac
cording;to this Constitution '■-•' *' ♦ "It
will be : observed that this section .: refers
to eligibility to election jto .that and
nothing else.: The qualification of; a per
son as to his eligibility? to^election to the
House of j : Delegates are, - therefore, con-,
stitutional arid - cannot • rbe .-; changed- by
enlargem ent or by curtailment by statute.
It ls.to be stressed that 'there is nowhere
any. statute that .attempts any such
change. ♦ - .".:- -/ . " :
:,•' Pursuant; therefore, /. to : Article •■..V,' sec
tion 5, on the constitutional declaration as
to eligibility, : Dr. P. McLean was, on
the ; sth of November, 1001, eligible to ; elec
tion, and was elected -to the. House of
Delegates, .and . in; further .pursuance
thereto, did take his seat : on : the 4th ;of
December, 1901, - as the then - legally' quali
fied member from Mecklenburg /county.
:He continued to hold this state of qiiaU
: fication - until March 30th, - 1902, when •* he
became a Federal officer. ' ' '■ ":'
- second vital, issue. ■■■. :-" :
2. This 'brings attention to v the -second
vital; issue- of the contention, viz: "quali
fication" of membership; and i; "capacity
to hold a seat inthe'Hbuse of Delegates."
.. Article' V ., ; section 7, . reads,' '.■ " "' * I* ,' . * -
Each- house shall judgo of -i the election;
"qualification and returns- of its members.".
This constitutional provision must .point
to the expectation that' each House' will
fix some test .'of election, : and' some, stan
dard of qualification: m due :time,;stat-;
utes' 162 and lt>3, • of -Code of; 1887, follow
as ;the expressions of the General Assem
,bly-as to "the: qualifications of;its-mem
bers," •'■ and as • to .'-._ "capacity to hold -a
seat".-iri 1 either body. •;■'■• -:*■:■ ■■■•:■:■■■■:' ■
? - As- section ' 162 " refers ; . in the main to
du"elling, ;; 'section . 163 -alone ■. will be', cited
in -full; ; to-wit: "No person ■ slialUbe • cap
able of;; holding any; office,, or post men
tioned in the preceding section, who holds
any " qtflce, or post .1 of ..profit,' trust or
emolument, civil, or military, i legislative,:
executive or- judicial.'v under.-the govern
ment of the : United States, or who_is in
tlie" employment of such - ; government, or
who receives from : it, -c in -any way, emolu
ments whatever, - "and the' acceptance -of
any such office, post,'; trust, or , emolument,
: or 4* the"- acceptance /.of. - any.;. 5 emolument
whatever -under ■ such >;_ government *: shall,
ipso facto, vacate any office, .or -post of
profit;: trust or ; emolument under the gov
ernment of this Commonwealth.. or. under
any county,"- "city or - town "thereof.. *^
•■-■•:. UNMISTAKABLY CLEAR. / ' '
• This : statute in unmistakable clearness
setsforth the and; the in
capacity ; to hold . ; a '-■'• State ; office . , of any
person,' ;who accepts a"' federal office; . And
the oiily : exception- to. it, is ;a subsequent
statute -permitting school : trustees to-ac
cept the" Federal office; of forth-class -post
masters It ,is alleged,- and: iti is not denied,
;that^ on^ the SOth v day -of ;March,; 190--,-. Dr.
McLean did accept a Federal office
by .qualifying as a deputy .collector of
internal /revenue under, the government of
'theUnlted '■ States.— Now, 'therefore,- it ' is
contended;; article ;V-", -section" 7, that the
; House of Delegates' V- h as -the, right -to
"judged of the" qualifications", of ;,Dr. :'. Mc-
Lean,, and that;section ; l63, ; of Code: of 1887
defines"; the ; qualifications. . and . that; said
statute ;is riot -repugnant -to- article V.,
section.s.'j :- ' :; - / - : , - ,' ; ;-'/ ■/ : :
•'•'!'. lt" is," therefore, : in; con clusiori;' submitted
that- the; seat t of ; Dr/; E.'/P;; McLean .; be- s
came? vacant; March \ 3oth, -1902,/ whe n' he"
qualified ; as.; a':; Federal -officer,- ? apdv that
.he *: became ; then ;arid: ; there.; "incapable -to
hold" ; a ' seat ? in ithe> House ■; of ; Delegates.
; Therefore;;be;it:Resolved; : -: - - ' - - ; ;
; ; - 1./ Tha t; the "seat 'of Dr: ; E. : P. ; McLean ; is
hereby -declared;. vacant. 1 - ' % ~'.: ; "/,,--■ -* -/
:;2.T'tot;the 'speaker, of ; : the- House -'of
Delegates hereby -directed 'to ! issue; his
writ ■"■'■ of /election /to -: fill ; the /vacancy, -so
existing. /.;■ '"-.-.-' //-■•'/•^X-;V ;----■-/-:---. .-'.
'•■*. -: - ": .; - Respectfully submitted, ;
• :. ; .- - -/ ..'--:- .-; FRANK- T; r ; WEST./ ;
Youiigf / -Wa'sliingtonian.' ;'■ Still ; <:.\ the]
Guest of the City. .
■/Frank Mudd, the .^little street V.tfrchiri,' f
who f, wandered '"here - from "-^Washington
whose : riaine ?he -did * riot ; kn'ow. : Tand jVhqm :
ihe^riecessarilyVcouldr riot r find, 1 ; ls;!still ;at
5 the :" Third . Police •= Station sunder*; the care
:off the ; policed /The.;: authorities? hoped sto
befableto'iserid'himv'homejyesterdayhbut
their,
[plans iS to'.^thatS'end 'Jjwere J^not^perfected;.
iHelwill "be j'sent s home j this tmbrniriff.^ The
1 11 ttl e'S fellow .:-' has f'Lhou sed sat ;*•'; the ]
; station Tsince^Uie] night- of ■ arrival ; and
'hais^been s ; an*vpndlessjsburcel ; |pf & atriusei;
fmeritltbjthe| officers Sbf
hip*-' has \ learned « to|kriow =.very.4weli J S HJs
"Tneals^liave'frbeon'v served'! hlnif ui^'tlxo? stft«~
XyfJWtnJ ROUGH AND .DRESSED
"~- vet 1 nvp one & vßirrF pmp--'- hahd^vdddoL'^
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Best and most complete assortment in the South.
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;iccompaia<^S;by^thoUca»h,-;;"Employma«
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BOARD 'AND ROOM.' BY LADY AND 3
year-old i child ; - desire % bright. \ cheerful
room with - all. 1 conveniences and .plain,
wholesome food. Also 'meals: for husband
when in city. Private ~> family; preferred.
Address- EATING, carv^j-jajg^^
THE PACIFIC CABLE
-x. COMPLETED TO ; HAWAII.
Fact Hailed With. Enthusiasm By
Tliousnads At ■ Honolulu— Public
Celebration To-Day—Con
gratulations From /.
: 'V' ■■?'• President. .-'. .:'. ■
.HONOLULU, -■ January; 2.— By courtesy
of the Commercial Pacific Cable Com
pany, | the Assopiated - Press is permitted
to iterider. congratulations •■: on j the 'comple-r
tion of the first 'section . of the submarine *
cable-that Is -to -connect the».United States
with 5 its; insular., possessiops : : \n. the | Paci
fic/ arid 'eventually with! th§" continent 4 of
Asia- ."jhe cable • was- completed ■ at >; § :40
o'clock; last, night when _; the /two ends i
wore brought together 'in- Molokai chan- ;
nel, : thirty-five -miles ", from' Honolulu^ ;
where:' the '-San Francisco end,' had been -
buoyed. since December 26th. •/ . ' ; " !
: : i Shortly^ after ; communicationa tion was*esr ■
tablished : the : fact ; was .'announced * to the
crowd; in waiting and /was' greeted -with
applause.-;* Judge 'Cooper, v •' representing
Governor Dole, who was absent from ; the
Island, ; -sent a -message .-to. .President
Roosevelt,- announcing the opening' and
extending "a greeting- 'from 'the citizens of
Hawaii.vJA. public celebration ; over .the
completion •of the cable 'will: be held* in
the Capitol grounds- to-morrow. •
CEREMONIES AT : HONOLULU, i
Haying buoyed the deep sea end of the
cable V in -the . turbulent-- Molokai '-_. channel ■
at s:2o' o'clock on' the^ morning of Friday,
December . £6th, after [ much-difficulty j and
great "risk, ;: the,, Silyertown; came*- on to
Honolulu;- docking' at- the. naval .wharf at
noon. 'The big ship was met in" the har
bor by. tugs and ■ excursion boats, carry
ing /.welcoming:, delegations, with bands
of r music,- and escorted;" to the wharf,
where a great -crowd awaitedlher.
Stormy .weather prevented- further cable
laying -until- December. "28th, when the
short shore-end was ; laid. ;;: ' . -
■ -The cable .-was ; : hauled •up on the soil
of ; picturesque -San. Souci ; Park, amid the
shouts .'of' thousands,/ and the crash of a
band of .music, "playing '; a cablo march:
dedicated to .President Mckinley. ; There"
was no ceremony further, than the laying
of r a A'lei,". or . native wreath, ; upon : the
end of "the cable* by Mrs." Hawes, who
repeated the ' customary native greeting
."Aloha." <_' , -
Heavy seas, compelled the Silvertown
to remain- at anchor until "yesterday,
when scarcely a- breeze stirred -the wa
ters of the harbor. A. few minutes after
•t o'clock in the morning,; the Silvertown:
heaved-, anchor "and" made a start down
the; baj'.'i Shortly-after,; 1 -o'clock, in the
afternoon, the Silvertown -reached :■ the
point -where '■ the end.' was buoyed. ' ---•' '
THE SPLICING • ACCOMPLISHED. / '
- The ;sea was "not rough,; but 'the swell
rolled ; the - vessel considerably. • Great .
care -was- taken *in , handling her ; while
taking. up the buoy, it was finally- ac-,
; complished f a.t-4 :30. .without ' untoward in
cident.j,iThe4"c6n«iection- with -the testing
room -was "; quickly." made. - arid Sari Fran
cisco- responded: promptly to i the -call.
Connection ; was , madoTat : 4 :04 ■ between the !
two -lines t and -Honolulu -by. -the shipl
Four - hours;,were- spent " in- testing "and ral-;r al- ;
.!owlng;.the7receritly-laid line -to acquire
.the- temperature ;.o£; the/ocean; depths. At'
4:4o ' P. ; : Mi; ' Honolulu i time, -came the first
call e from' San -Francisco'.: - :,. -
■ - .-;.■*.■-. Greetings \Tp, : President.
WASHINGTON.-*. V 'D: C. -January 2.—
The i - follpwirig. r cablegram ; was i received at
: the ' .White ' House- 1 : at -"2:30 o'clock r this
morning,- ; {. dated -Honolulu; -January 1,
1£03^9:33-P.hM;;;r - --:-. ;C . : ••■-■"■
• "The •
"The ;people-;of . the. ; Territory ot- Hawaii
send : their greetings^ to >you, - and -express
their •'• gratification . at>< the ; inauguration
of- telegVaphic> -communication;. with 'the
; mainland.^ -"We/ 'all ' *belf,eve' ! that /the re
moTOl^bfj:theudi^dvantage^of^isolation v
: will/ prove t:'£i.-sir.6ne'i''- factor 'mi ." the'- up
building: *of £&{ patriotic / and ; : progressive ;
'Amprican^commonwealth-; In- /these- is
lands. ' ;-" "^
;,■ (Signed) ±„ • ~ %
;{: -Si ?' i ~:i% .**■; '•■ v^'Secretary^of iHawalf .^:- ! ; ;
-The !,- President's 'if respdhsel^was yas % foX
lows:.'- - ' •. *" ;- 5 .- .' ' ~ „ '-■
~ ■ ■ "White \t House, v^ashlngtoriv-^ January :
2.-VHeriir;-E.LlCtoo^f,SSecretarySof>:'Ha-"
■■wall;-, Honolulu:
1. v/'The y Pr**? Wentlj sends H through "£ Vbu % to
Goy ernor.^pbleVajid s the \ people I of iHawal I i
hlsj hearty upon St\ (he.
opening ibf^the Scable^SHeli hopes ? that I It
;Will % teii^ft toJknU S the^people gbf iHa-v^iii ;
more-' closely Hhari>ever4tostlielrlfeHow^i
;cltl»snSiofithiofrn?; cltl»snSiof ithiofrn? Inland?:; iarid^wtlllbe'iforl
the great advantage of all our people.
"GKORG3 B. CORTBXfYOIJi^^fe
SPECIAL HOTICKf.
<A VF'-ifllftNFY* (\tiC ''-' : ' ''■■ :^^S
■.;.-./ YODRGRO^Rra
at Si , mMW^MWM
-, ■■:',<■■-■ ■,■/.-,--/:::■,--- ■_-,•;•- . '■•.;-- ■■■:. * * :~
Gran pi a fee d¥ Sugar, -per A»p;
pound.. -i. . ~i. ..- 1 .- H^wi
Be^^ingiwt^aparor*^da^tpi
Crackers per pound:..!.. ."■•*? 2y.i
FreiicHfOand yv per poundy^ . -i^ 6c
liarge^Ganneds Tomato^^O Cift!
■; ■ :■'- 1 9c^Vi^ 3 cans for. : .'.-i| .I.v.;.iT. I .v. ; .iT Lw U ;
Wiiite ;f A? Sugar; 6 -pbiuida^n C^
Arliuckie's or Cardoya/Cof-:nip|
* fep^per^pouiid. . . . : i . ♦ ■'.'": '^ w2 u
'Good^Salt Pork, per Ib^vi ..
New :'GJ^ned/Currants,%f6r. Qp
.cakes; per pound:..-./..;..... Ivy
Blackberry r or Catawbajflp:
I AV ine^per, quart . . > -. ; v.. ... . U.lr
\Ne V '"'DatesV; per poun d .... . . . . ; 5c
Sriowflake "Patent Family;: O Cp
v.\ Flour,ibarreUs3,9o^baff. tU b
Best City: Meal,) per-peck ..V; 18c.
GoodiGreen or Mixed- Tea,rQn
; -per ;pound ...~. ...... -.-^ ♦ 013
Ne^^i^ : yc/qr^l^^^v^2so;
New. >'.-.Citron;':^Lemon';'.pr 10 Jf»
Orange PeeJ/ppr pound.. I L2\J
Fresh VGoun try Eggs, per : O C jv
■v dozen ... •> .... ...-....;. Lub
S. ;ULLM AN?;s SOm
Down-To >wa ; Stores,- 1820-1822 E. Main Street.",
' Upto-w^i, 506 E. Slarshairstreat,
Manchester,': 1212-1214 Hull Street,Mariehestef
- BOTH AT Ali OUB; STOKES.
Type>yriters-r-A!! ? Kihds
1 Al I utamlard iaak»s sold, exchsnstcd, rcp»ii»<i. «id r» n tt4
an^whfre. 31«ny gocxlninew. Vof manafscturera'pric**!
Uor't buy until jooeet sample: of wr ting on enrs—nn
prejudicrt idvice. .faimense stock for netfctlon lit Ma
chines thippeil on approval. I If too want a GOOD tjp»
■srriter CHEAP, yon'U find it here !»■•- ■■
- ' Photifd. New 8!W 1 O'dISSS. : ■ v .
SOUTHERN STASD* AND STATICJTERY CO.
. Snttreßuilding'.TwelTe-Sis Main; Richmond, Vs.
SPECI AL> SALE OF FINE VEHICLES.
' ; ONE ; ii^ERY - FINE RUBBER - TIRE
CLOSE FAMILY CARRIAGE * (or station
wagon) ,at-a great bargain. Also, SUR
RIES.-RUNABOUTS,-PHAETONS. DOC
TORS' ■ - BUGGIES. - BUSINESS WA
GONS, etc ALL AT SPECIALLY : LOW
PRICES >' to -keep hands at work. "■ Also.'
a number- of SECOND-HAND ; SURRIES,
PHAETONS. RUNABOUTS, and BUSI
NESS WAGONS. VERY CHEAP, to make
room for new ; 3tock. -". " , "
. . "W.- C. SMITH,
de ls-2St . 314 north -Fifth' street
AMUSEMENTS.
Open At 10 A. M.
Every Day this Week.
To Miss "BdsTocks^
IS TO MISS THEBEST •
HOL'DAY FEATURE
- . OF THE CITY.
Admission All Day Long
■c r .25c. ; •' ; '•
Children 150.
ACADEMY TO-DAY.
'•"- MATINEE AND NIGHT. J
BE WOLF HOPPER
//-. IN
M. PICKWICK,
MOHDAYNEXT,
CRESTORE
A>TO HIS BAM).
BIJOU.
GEORGE FAWCETT' COMPANY,
; - : :.' - ;,-' ',••-/ -with -/•.:"-■*/ ".
; 'FRANK G!LLMORE,V
in 'WiHiain ■ Gillette's greatest ; play,
' SERVICE."
; Regular Matinees. '
the Confederate Buseura,
.: TWELFTH AND CLAY STS. : i
■ Open daily from 9 A. : M.to :$: $ P. M.
* Admission, 25c. Free on Saturdays
,' . LEGAL NOTICES.
V: -"S/Trz-COTTRT NOTICK.'; .'^v^'
VIRGINIA— I N THE LAW AND - EQUI
TY COURT OF/THE city of Rich
mond, -/the : STH DAY :OF DECEM
VBERVVI9O2. '. ■ " ," ; „•"■. * *•.:
Susan F. Johnson's Administrator. -.
':--'; ■ vs.": - * ■*• " . * . * /-.V ' * -
Fannie J. Hull, et als.
-,""*'•;.,/:/* •DECREE.:: ••"'.. " .
-It : appearing -to " the court ! that a: report
of the.accounts of Allen G:- Collins, ad
ministrator "c./t. a of ■' Susan *.F. Johnson,
deceased. '-and* a report'of the debts and
demands 'against the -estate \of ;the said
Susan F. Johnson:, deceased; " have -been
filed in.- the - = Clerk's "office ."of; this /court;
and ;it -further i ; appearing that "one.. 1 year
has v elapsed % from - the ■? date of \ the quali
fication - of ; ? said- administrator, the;: court
cothL order, -on. motion of J..Huil. r
one of :the legatees under, the will. of
Susan ,.; F. 1 Johnson; -; deceased,- that -i the
creditors •of , said Susan . F. -Johnson. ; de
ceased. ; if :. any ;. : there , be.r show -T cause. If
ariy./they can., at 'the? court-room; of cthe
Law- and \ Equity .-: Court ; of - the city/ of,
Richmondiin the City Hal!.' at 10 o'clock
(A-;; M:,: one the 4th day. of "February. = 1503,
■why.'vAHen-i Gr" Collins, > a'dmlnlstrator'voi
the.sald estate, r " should not ;be- authorised
to'^pay/ and ? deliver ; the testator's ;: estate
to"; her. : legatees' without refunding; bonds."
>- And : the : court;: doth further.-; order . an«J
decree? that ? at- copy lof < so"- much of v this
decree* as H refers t to ithis' .matter* be; pub-*
lisned 's once ■ a :.week *' for b four 5 successive
. we*ts ■ ia" the ; Richmond ; Dispatcn. a ; news
paper "published*; In', the city, of -Richmond.
and:that'said[order-be posted'at the'front
door- *»f theiCOivt-houae { on ; tne < first Mon
day^ in vJanuaryjanttiFebruary. 1503..
•: An; extract— Tests:" /: //i'V/ .:/.;:;.;
:■•>;. :-,;; r*~: : -;%%\-: . -P. I P.-WtNSTOX/- -■-■:
' ' • . ', i J .Clerk.-.
Sol L.T-Bloomberg, counsel ' for~ plainUft.
'■■, de'l3-Sat4t ■■/■:: >;--//*— *v.. ;. ; :.:■■■■•,/ -■*■-■: /' i
■'-.. -^ :■,' Bolivia-Peru Arbitration.
. WASHINGTON. D. C./ s Janaafy 'i-The
Bbliviar^Minister- has a"; cable
gram • saylris"^ that H the t 801 l vfapf govern^
raentj hex : [a\ igned \a- treaty? J br; arbitratlQir
Jwltoltlie^Republic? o( J Peru»l toYsetl3e2 tiV
boundaryfqueatJon. The arbitrator^ se
ill ■ . 'M
w^^SSSSSrSSpyS^S^^^^^^^^^^?*.'*- ".*■:
lih!dnrS!irAHMiATriwiaot»ATax j ♦
TMxM^^ojtirnah cvxxsxr loAtKroAa
, George W. Mayo.;AucUoneer.
'•-■'' - ■ - ;- " ■' '* ' v '
fTOUSTB^S<«kCCTION SALE
FIRST-CiASS S^ECriNG ' i: B'JSrNES3
'I| OUTPIT.VTPGETHER iWITH ALL OF
THE RIGHTS; OFITHEFXJBLICA
. -I! - "XTIONJKNOWNfASa'HE >V"
WARROCK-RICHARDSON "a ALMANAC,
;> NOW!, SITUATED *AT- NO.i 7 NORTH
■'■ft v -- :r '^iSEyEN^i;OTREET.;-;;;, : ; *-- ■ *
By* virtue "of ' a : deed of. truit -dated July
27,; 1301,-i and -. recorded >in *j tne f clerk's of
fice iof the , Chanceryj Court. =ta
Deed §Book 112B;:i page S 22, § default * having
been mado lln r.he"; payment ?the ■ debt
therein t and .-being: thereto re»
'qtJtredf,by^the"noteholder» ; lj.will seirat
puLaC; auction./ at "No. t 7 north -Seventh
street. ) Rlchmdnd; ' Va.. on" :.'*/. "
:SATXIRDAY.;JANUARY;3. 1303.
"•'.- ■/, ■■•,-■ / r-;atr -;at i o'clock -p. "M..i ;;
the £ proper ty "[ described 7- In ' the i deed of
trust. *as -follows: "One^Empire iTypeaet
tfnif:'Machine and j Distributor."^ four larsa
Composing - Stones ~ and I racks, eleven
Type ; Cabinets.; two l; Galley r: Racks.' one
ProofiPress. ' two,;Cabinets of'Labor Sav- r
ingiFurnlture.''l twelve Typo one
Sort s Case, j one I Case -Rack.': one Punching
Machine, one Eyeletting Machine. 'one, set
I Steel :i Labor-Saying' Furniture.' 60 .: Book
Galleys.lten -Job' Galleys, Hemper3;Pater,t
Quoins-r-small .arid "large.*! one 3-horse-pow,
er.Boiler. one 6-horse-powerJengine. on»
lot -Shafting."- Pulleys. I etc.? one jWhltlock
2-Revolution * I Cylinder Press , 37^52. on*
Whltlock'2-Revolutlon .Cylinder :Pres? a
x42.*one Chandler & Price Job Press— l-«
medium, 4 " one -Cutting zKr.ife—
44 Inches. > one^ Denny ? Tas:, Machine, on*
Hicock IPerfbratlng: Machine, 3 one Fold in?
,Desk.:oneßeminscton Typewriter and ta
ble.-"; one Millers Safe. ;one . Check Punch.
196'fontst Job Type,; one lDoihi; Electric s
hofse-power: Motor, .one I Bobs ; Nam berin sc
Machine. v' 4S r patent Electrotype -Blocks,
one i Yarger. Stapling h Machine ;s No. !).• 45
Chases." 55 • pair Cases, "two v - Lead Cutters,
40- Composing: Sticks*'-' S - s»ts 'Metal 'Furni
ture; :it> pieces Steam Pip»* and Fixtures, i
small i. Cart. : one Cabinet nnd " Bdoks, on 9
Case »Brevier iType. 's one j Case- Remington
Typewriter Type/ one.Case^Great Primer
Roman " Type, six : Cases "Nonpareil Roman
Type; S Cases Small '■ Pica;; 600 pounds Min
:lon -Type,"; soo 'pounds c Brevier/ Type. 4Co
pounds Long iprimer .Type, ...two .Scales.
and ! orie ! Gas Stove.; arid also all the rights
tltle./and : lnterest ; o f , John T: : West in and
to 'the publication ..known as the Warrock-
Rlchardson "Almanac.
iTerms— Cash." ■■■■'■ r
>' .;-. ■ , - - : -L. T. W. MARYE.
••••;-'*:- /''■'... "; -Trustee.
This 'sale -is y.^rtponed until.
= .MONDAY, JANUARY STH,
at'2-R-M." 1 -"-■,;■ -;-• :* : de,2S-td
. By -Edward r S. Rose: Company,'
" -;' - Real: Estate Auctioneers. „
■T 1 RUSTEE'S SALE
I,:--//:/-- ' - .—OF— '■"-■- '■'-
100 acres of land." situated neak
-- ;- .-, ; " -.;■ robio, va:; ■■ .;■
■ ;By virtue of : a certain - deed of truaf,
dated May;-12.-18a5.-.and of record in tha
•cierk*3,ofllce of Chesterfield county. Va..
T>. B. 92, page /J69..' default /having been
tqade. in' the" payment of- the note thereby
secured, and being recniested by the bene
ficiary :■: so; to «J0...1 'wilLsell by auction
atltho'north door^bf •' the? City Hall, 'on
Broad /street. 'Richmond.- Var.on tho /
- 32D. DAY OF - Jx\NUART,' 1003,
•?".;■■•-:■■■ at 12 o'clock M..v
100 ACRES OF/LAND, with improve
ments "thereon, as described in said deed
of .trustr; : - - / .
-'.'TERMS: Cash'as to expenses of sal«.
and '.one 'note for 5155. with interest; from
way 12,-lSo6,and residue as may be named
at -time of sale. •■: " / / ' '
- . -" '■-.. "• ;.A- L. MARCET.
• ' -■ :./ : ;*; * *■* .;:; *; -. :. *■ Trustae.
de 30 ja.1.3.5.5.10.13.15,17.20&22
; .- : . . BySutton & Co..
' Real "Estate Auctioneers.
Corner < Tenth 'and Bank ' streets
AUCTION SALE'
v~ .;-/ * -.- •-;._OF—
THAT- DESIRABLE •- AND, -■VTELL
•LOCATED VACANT LOT. "
ON; THE ■■ EAST SIDE. OF TWENTT
>J ..-> .' SEVENTH ■; STREET.- .;. -
BETWEEN BROAD- AND MARSHALI.
-■ ; * "■;-•; STREETS.- ••
At j the request of ■ the owner, wa shaH
offer for safe, upon tha premises, on /; '.5
; - .-, TUESDAY. JANUARY 1 6.' 1303,
. -• / 'at. 4 o'clock P. -M.. .
the -property . described aboye.
: : The lot .fronts .57 :fect -on ; th« east -aid*
of /TWenty-seventh'atr«et > an"i>ruß» b*cJt
between J parallel' tinea *113 feet- '•" •• ■ *
■This t Is truly . on{f'::of ' the :: beat vacant
lots in that " portion o{ T -ttja cftj' I . 'and- te
wide ; enough to erect-three " mQdern:ai?s
dwellings that would rent welt aqd;p?ty:a
good.*re\-enue on the Iriveatment "■"-. -
■ TERMS— At sale.- ■ .".' .■-•—-•.;
/ - SUTTON<& CO., Auctioneers.
-LOST, STRAYED, ASTD FOU.Vli^' *
-LOST. LEJION AND WHITE SBTTEB
DOG: named "Dew"; his* left; eye "is in
jured.- Reward wiU'ibe'pald "for^return
toiCHABLESB. COOKE,, UO7 east-Main
latceetn , -•; -.- -• ■/ / ' „
-LOST, A LEWELLENSi-x rii'ft '.'DOG 5
black : head, white' body.. spoti> near .talL
Reward -if . returned- to. /THOMAS ißOl^-
L.ING. ' JR.. .610 west ' Franlsiin* street* •
ia-.s-ztv. ..-•.;. ;;-:'/; :;^;;-^-:^U^ '
s 1,031% AN ODD-fELLOWS*
CHAJSM. .with ■ nameon edse;*Secprid and
'Eleventh,' on "Broad.- about B^t> last nfgrht.
/ ■ ■ . , J. rH." CAKUTHEBS.
■i~~ :- :";■ - '- - -■- ' *Ja;3-lt-;
'•LOSr-A'-KXIGHTS^T'BM'PLA-R'S
WATCH -.CHARM: name off G. W. TlHar
on same. Reward • if : left at this offlcv.
•-..-v, ""..-■v .*■.-'■ ■ <'■ ;• ■ '.: >■ ;,;/--. r jaj-2t»./ ;
.; LOST; -BLACK i SHAGGT .' FEMALE
DOG; answers to name ;of Satnllla; few
irray hair 3 in 'back:- collar .on >neck. Re
ward if] returned to DREWRY. H UGHE3
Sr CO. ; Cary street between
and^Fifteenth. : -;' '-. ."'/- <- -■* ' ;--ja:3-lf. :
I ?I < 6ST.-ONE^MALE BRINDLEiBLTLI*
.Terrier; answers toname of "Ben." Haa
split jln supper -Up. reward If re
turned to Sl9' Floyd avenue. ; de a-10t
PEAL ESTATE AT v PRITATB S.U.B.
t^Tjfe Finest Farm on
James River for Sale.
342 acres 200 under cultivation, balance
in -timber: 200.000 'feet can^b« cut: fenced
In with .three wireand:two board fencing:
macniflcent; dwelling of «Jxlars» rooms;
bath -hot and cold .water: ;larare ; barn:
■ many outhouses; four-acre " orchard ; : fln»
oak "grove, 'and 'one-half -mile of .river
front; a- great bargain to v a quick, pur
chaser :< no :'■ agents. " Address ; . the. ow nar.
Mrs."J "W. NEDVipEK,;Oldfield.:Cbarlea
City ; county. Va. ■ . : - r-ja ;4-lt":
$6,400
a First-Glass
' ; Brlcklnyestment,
renting foWST2O per annunj.i "
"T"; :.;:McVH(ffl^aLniN;-:: .;:McVH(ffl^aLniN;-:
ja 3-4t ' - •
FOR ROT,
McVeigh
. ". HAVE FOR RENT. •
"nO.^DOCS *■ FLX>YD ' AVENUE;;;;POSS2S
; Tslon -"at; once ; : A. M. " I. ... . . . .... . .&XQ
■NoSISB';- Hanover street: possession at '
:■* :;<t at bnce:.*A; M; - I. •.v.^.;..V......^. i «O
No."102 north Linden street; possession
:.t./-<"at«once:>A."M^'i:-::.^"i-v:^^...v-*:iso
■Meadowy ? « between -Hanover ;.and Ivy
';v/^:streets::?A:>M. .1^.:..';i.*iv;..'.^.... 300
Staple"»i SIHI rDwelllnff; and .? Farm."..;,.: 2»
2Dsßartoa avenue; -posaession^at^oncet
-i->¥A^M.'"l: H.^...^.V;-. r ..r;..;v..... soo
7 N.-: Cherry street at once;
■:*:*r/<A^M.^L/-.^.-.....V. .-..;.....*..... ..^350
•-; jat3-lt:-,/. : ;,; -h .<;;, - :-.■■': - /:-.//■ /.* -;
r ■' ' ' FORREJIT. . /;.
TOUR^t/SPARTIAIi>f"'--^^I^ISHE"D
Rooms I on : second • l!oor iof i handsome resl
denc«^ oo^'west .;,' Grace;-: street. rAddre»«
« WEST,- '> caro - of t Letter-Carrier < No.- 3a.
lUE VALENTINE MUSEUM
IfAdbalißlotw 4 » c«at»^7t«« on] 3» wrd»y»
'■^mW' 3B»W'' ■• ' - ■"•" -

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