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Pai'y'M&m.
Xyesday^JannaryVl3th. ,
Breakfast. ■
Cccs a l'Aurore :. , H'-; Broiled ; Mackerel
Breakfast Bacon .' ~ ;
«?wcot Potato : : rv. Fruit
Luncheon.. V
Broiled Florida; Shad ,
Cucumber) Salad '
Beef Tongue v Macaroni
Whipped Cream ' . '
Dinner
- : :■ ClSLms'.- ■■■
Rtfiishcs ... ■ .' :/:-■ .. ' : Celery'
Lobster Curry. • ' ,
Chicken Croquettes. -
Stuffed Lettuce: J
Roast Turkey *-.- Craaberry. Sauce •
Romaine Salad '-'.■.■■■';
Jelly and Blanc" Mange •'.
-t ■'". -Coften-' :•".:■">-"•;,: .■
A Woman s Paradise.
There «p a remarkable community in
Ibyssinia where the i women, without hold
ing meeiirigs of agitatioinsj of any, kind,
bavc emancipated; themselves. 'All the
women work hard, while' the: men are idle;
nit by way of compensation the house and;
ill it contains belong to" the wife/ At the
least unkind' word,' she turns the husband
out at riighV in storm or rain, and he
»nnot come back until he mates amends
by the gift of a cow. The wife considers
it a diitjv-to abuse the husband, 'arid ' if .
rhe were weak enough to show any love
for him in life or^ grief at hisVdcathsho
■nould be/scorned by her 'tribe- The'wife,
wlthoul any reason, may strike her tent
sniJ go, -taking with her one third of
the Joint possessions. The, busba"nd,,iin.
k«s he is travelling:, may -not live out
of his tent.— Golden Penny.
. Woman.
15 My son.: wouldstthou know, women? j
'acline' thine ear unto my "sayings:,. -
16. She Is like the stone on the hillside, ;
tlfflcult'to be moved; :
17. Yet once_ stacted^ and. she. goeth fast j
md far: and no man knoweth the end]
Sisrecf. ■ _- •■■-:■ "' ■' -' !
IS. She belieyeth that all men are vain "-{
and easily to be,, flattered; . . ' .1
IS. Suffer her this belief < hat she may. i
discover to thee her; curin.ns; arid her j
ways ehall be made, plain. ; •;- : ".''-." j
2ft, Her heart Is older than'her, head; j
vet. her emotion is the mother of her.
21. She remerofbereth anniversaries, even
to the <say thereof; arid 'by -your memory,
EliaU your love be measured. ...".
22. When she is least -sure, then is she
most 6c?ideii; and a: stubborn woman is
otl times inlstalien.-rExcliange. -.-
Jhe pull)Pe6pte:
We an m ifsVa'dmit" " ■ . • ■ "
That the dullest ;
Of folks. . -,
Ar? those that- don't lau«h
At our own — :..-•-• -.; — .-;.
Funny jokes.'
Itiool hVi'tens Adopted.
Many smart women are,, now." wearing
Jie finest of- wool -of angora" mittens over
*heir kid gloves when -".w alking. •
"A double, purpose is' accomplished" by
his: the hand that : lifts the ' skirt from
"nc ground Is protected "from ""cold, and
he glove is kept- immaculately clean. . -.. :
The idea started with the athletic;: girl
/rho spent her da>-3. on the links or the
ice, and has, now been' adopted by. many
rto have found its comfGrt worth con
deferation. ; * '"' .:.-■-*■"-' ; -;■;;■;: ■
The best qualities only, are used. . . ';
£iterary ifc!es.: X
The late Mar>- Hartwell - Cathefwood.
the novelist, died of that woeful disease,
cancer. Her lastt-book-; was . 4 *l.a7arre";
2nd. it is net probable that she left any
unfinished work. It is said' that 1 she
thought <his book to; be: her .best.. . , , "
Mrs. Cat her wood was a : roost . conscien
tious romancer; ehe studied, with extra
ordinary care all '.the^ availablel- records.
find scenes associated with her historical
persosiagefi. and did a prodigious quanti
ty of reading before beginning her work.
A cherry little ''rhyming letter, written
by Thackeray, in 1536.' has 'just been sold
it tuctioa In London! It was apparently
t^dresscd to his long-time friends. Miss
Kato Percy and her .sister: ■•Well. I
thought, as sure ,as - sure : . could .be.
should find a letter' from kind *J.. E.;
Pray, why doesn't she -write to nic? -I'd;
like to know, and If not. she.'
her sister. 'Miss' Xi P. One or other
surejy tree to 7 send a line to double yoii
le a. What is the reason? I have, or.en
said. Are Kate, or Jano both ill in bed?
Is thai little shivering greyhound dead?
Or has anything possibly ;' happened ■'- to
Fred? Or ; have they taken &.-; friend ln
«ead Of that i-'o!d "fellow they've often
fed (Along with ■-Vcnables. Clem, and
WltH a broken" nose an^^a'snowy
te?,d? Tell me? how >shaU the riddle J be
rea<J?" '■'■' ' '■■"■"- ' ' ' : ; '' "- ; ' v '"' :
For JwoAmeriGan Jfomes^
Gerome, the - French sculptor, has* de
signed ~i\vo':'stgtues * for* Charles*. ;M. :
Schwab.* which- upon their completion:
"Pc-113 be"plaeed;'in;his~new; home on^River-"
side Drive. tn Kow York. ;• ' '- "V '.. :
The model Just ' completed represent;
"Labor"*;: and; "Mctahirgical Science.'*-:: 'ihs
first shows'* a workman'; vigorously;; haiid-
Ung a tool .with which'; he is: stirring*. niol- •
ten metal, the/ second , is represented"; by ;
a I<;malei figure of the American ; t> ne^ ■
A fountain "designed-.' by/ Bruce': Price
and castHn; bronzejjy the Jc! i AV llHainsj
Bronze Y ourfdry • has i been placed on I the;
trounas" of Georgian Court- Gould's'
country horiieT at^l-aV.ewood; N.iJi. »ay«
the Art Ntsws.- The basin: of \ the A fountain
!s tjQ f e( «t in jdiameterT 'andfof ■wliite^niaj
:'We. From thisTrlses -a ;< heroic I ligure ' bf
a charioteer ; driving; pea :■' horses:.' This ■■ is
in bronze: Clustered fTaboutJ the .base" of
U;c chariot are: marble" nymphs. " -
COhyJDoldidotfs&earCapsl
i It i 8i 8 most'- surpristne what- a -number, of-
Sl «]e^ ihin^r-we?<lofliiio«r] without toow^
Icsihrroion. .. ' "
•■■Why. for ftuilance. '6o' widows wear
; caps? Perhap^yousraa^^ySbecausejtbey
.4 make th^^j<»^^^ttyTand|^t€ses|in6i.j
■; «ut. the? rrai«; reason il«f that% when^*ie|
ttomari were In England they s^J^.
.be, eeea. wJth^^^aWfh*^,' to '«he : ;roßA>
vt f h«r»eif •iHwftftj^i^'flM^jlijJifc^S*
.... \-3£Mi
\Jo Prepare Celery for Ja'ad;
. In winter salads. --celery lis especially;
useful and of value. It mtist; be: white;':
crisp, .and 'tender- for this,, purpose," ? an.d
may : constitute ; the salad or. only a. part
of it, according to ; how. elaborate or; how
slmpleyou desire the ■ salad to" be. .■■--.-_Clele'ry, :
endive.' and 'cress: may be" converted J into
a : very - pretty salad, especially if the
celery - is" mixed with niayonnaise" and,
a garnish of hard-boiled eggs is ■used.
A celcryj salad 'should j never be" dressed
long ". before it is j required " for the ; table,
or .^ the . celery,.' will;: lose, its crispness : and
become discolbredL When ' the : celery^. is
cut, thrpwit in C9ld water and: only^re^
move.it: in time: to drain -arid* wipejper
feetly" dry,, before adding the
The' light, fresh- appearance, which" makes
•a- salad-- of£tbls- kmdso\: acceptable," can
only be preserved! by having all; the green_
vegetables in their -combination absolute
ly'freFh^arid dressed at v the" very) last miri
ute before serving. . */--'"■ '■•/ -, :■:
Jhe &ab!e Jhat Mature Sets.
'Those' who. partake /of the •fe«^^^hos^talityj : \oj:
Nature need never suffer from ; gout; ; indigestion^ or- a
of tissue. - : '- ' . : .-■ ''. '■"•-•■■'-' f ■' i'j^'Slf D -"-'
"~ BiHousness. will flee before fi^otf^es^
Dyspepsia lays down its weapons at the invasion of.lemons,
limes^aiidapples,^;'- :^$MMMr^& :
: Spinach; cooked in it§;own juice, is caUedby the^French, :
"the scavenger of the sto^aqh|;V,an4^
fier is unsurpassed.- ' / \ • - . .^
.Rheumatism: yields rto lemonsj and all: pure acids.;
Nervousn ess and insopinia; dissppear. before: celery, let
tuce, aiidcnions. •'"-" '/.-_' '.''Z
Kidney . trouble.' is, vanquished: by- grapes, strawberries,:
peaches, ciirrents^ and; great draughts of fresr^ipurew^fer.::-;
V Tomatoes, onions,'; and lettuce are sure cures for "that
tired. feeling." /: ' - ; ■ ;_ , : :■ ';- ":/'•-' ;'.,^ ,
Eat regularly, frugally, : and intelligently./' ."■=-• - .
Masticate yo\ir food thoroughly. •'
Abjifre 'that" which; jis* interided: merely^-tb^^tickle. , the
palate." i ' ■._ i*ifft
::c. ■^Kever-eat'-unless-yo^ are-hungry. ;;__. „: ; .."',}'»-' "''"
Why are bells tolled for the dead? This
has become so .familiar a practice, that
a funeral ''without- it would -appsar. -un- ;
Christian, -ct the reason is quite bar
barous. - Bolls 'were tolled / long ago. -; when
people were bc'ns; buried, in' order to
frighten away ..the evil spirits who lived
in the. air.;. / " !*«"'#
Why do fair. ladies break a; bottle; OX
wine on the ship they are; christening.
Merely another "survival of, baxbarous;cus
tom; In the bay's . of t sacrifice; to? thfe^gods
it' was customary ,"to get:some]po6r.s.vic
tim when a^ boat was being]. launched
and to. cut h;s throat ."'over, the prow," so
th'-it- his blood baptized; it."- ';"■;.■ .
Why do we sometimes.t hrow... a ?, shoe
after a.bride." Th e " reason is npt^veryrepm
pljraentary. Froni" of old: it: has" been^ the
habit of Smothers to chastise -their chil
dren wiin a shoe. -Hence i-.the .custom
arose of -the- father^ of,: a bride \ making'; a
present to the bridegroom' of' a -shoe as a
sigii that it was to -be .his .right^ tp -keep,
her" in order.— New York News, r \
What the ''duds'' ajp Wearing
At a recent dunce a debutante wore
a -white. -tnll c ~ dancing I gown ! over white ;
liberty satin,- flounced,; and trimmed withj
ruchirig3 of itulle,; graduated' so 'that', only '
the white ruchlngs apprbachedjth'eX train.,
which • was:; not"" over^ long. : /None ) of-C the
youris girls 4 had on exaggerated -skirts.
Sleeves, and -sash ends ;-.were fall : in, double
tulle -ffcoting ruchings;. and a; more- c.the-
Teal' .^'entrancing^ -trimming- it^wbuld. be
diflleult tp,-itriaginev "No; flowers-f-nothing.
to break the .vaporous cbarralof-white
ness." A double rbw.:of:peai:ls;for^riecklace,
arid a riari-bwrbabe- ribbon of; diamonds: in;
one long; loop. v held^by-;a>"slngle^' pearl,;
where it ■ crossed . towards j the end f pr.; her,,
corsage : brooch, r^vwas ■■! perfection. •_;Debu
tanties'. %vithabunaarit hair and > rosyrcom-
plcxions sqemed . -,- tbi have - the, ■ prettiest
white gowns, • ibr was : It they ; looked the
prettiest, in £ •.hem 71 Gi rls^ who ; become :■ pale
after dancing have some excuse for. chqos^
'i.PR: -pinks, or blueT'the.' onej-to I assist'' 1 in.
'givinga tinge of color s ;to;:the cheeKs, v the
other, to ihlreas'e: the; effect of "what I little
coJor may.\be .there.; • , ' ' -.' -
Morning and Afternoon (jowns
cf Cloth.
Arao'ns .the light, cloth .suits.; grays.; and;
the pale "gradations of ,5 caitqr ' ; shades,'
reaching"' toY biscuit" Onts:Tp"revail;i' while
whl te .' and < wbi te-Vine < shadesJ and ; a deepf
er aniber : tone, mark- the^choice^.of ; lonff
coats seem •,«b > ; generally 7am6risitheicar^
riage • contingent ?. of 'this f ashjonable' ; ren
dtzvous. , , ~ • " •'
; Very "much the " sam c dress -' is '■worn at
card /gatherings ■; in" the" afternoon; "less
Ask to sec the trader
mark ".
Gorhatn
Silver.
may easily be distinguished
from .unreliable, .wares
ma fs€^ f »s:such>y
a glance at the tradcr»[email protected]
HFnisrt isr equivalent \ to itheis
■ t , ' . * r* ' »• i. *l
ball-mark on Lnghsn. s nr
||^;«j^aMUß:iJ:mr^ra^^
I f[ Jhe iState of Affairs. v
S^,h&l|^'^f nwer/f B!e^em'|tO'{ 3gree^|j|?*^^^S- 1
iFor^onißTnamejfs^arlatocratie. '."- '^|pi§ ;
"*The other is plain as can be. " ;
,Tolfindltl^" i true|cg.usevof ( thje; tfotible'.S^S j
; You rieed^tb'tabe"rherery-"a loolc
•:For^llag;gi_e;:i my,-» wifchila-r th.e'S: mlstrea^ I
And Gwendolyn— -"she 'is -the* couh. " ' [[
MtMj'h v^McLANI?BURGHsWiIiSbN. v
l^g^for Sire* 6> 3 i§^\
White Ungcile skirts are fast tulang: the
place ' of silk ■■ onea on the street" among !
weji-d.ressed [^womin; :; They ."■; have - the )' at-- i
tractiveness of cleanliness, which is ■so I
greatly in their favor, and they, rest ? our. j
eyes from cut and frayed, ruffles, plisses. ;
arid? ragged edges^in general, which*: the: !
■mddjshness: of ;■_ silk" Tralkirig;^ skirts'; made*,'
possible:; There ilsfii a/?. new^ petticoat^ ma- s
teriai.'S however;? called ;Vwash - silk^ in coX ; ■
ors, 'which" is as light' as "taffeta: arid^waft 5*
ranted" toi wear : far-better "The fact . that ;
:it : will; waslu makes? it" desirable^ for? street
petticoats;^ lt ■'■. differs : frbm'vcustomary. -.i
wash; silks Sforlwaists so <>nn Itirely^t;ha!r-itv!1 tirely^t;ha ! r-itv!
: never could be . made Into Ja; waist ' wi th , j
i any ; success at .all or : - be . mistaken^f or :i
I ;waist l fabric: ; ; --' ;.; v';'- : '', ; . •:>■. ■; v" ■■ ■''■-'-,. '• ' ; '■ V: : : - : < I
Ctha fashionable Coat.
The ■ Iprig, loose coats Oi of; three-quarter
ierigth "l have « proved-ith© ~ "popular :
in- outside garments;: for/.both day ,and
evening - wear,- and : they' are :seen ; in silk:'
satii^-cibthJ-' ands : . velyetV as Jwell^ as.'., in
lace. ; Bla ck;Tsatin coats are popular : wfth
furor •lace^triri^ed'cbllars' but for.thosa
who r desire Va ■ serviceable"., and compara
tively inxjxpensive-rwfap^the^three-quar
ter '■' coat 'cv Qf -.^black^sinjgothrf ac'ed ' j cloth
'ia?aL rveryjfsoo^>E^rßh4s^?i?!%r veryjfsoo^>E^rBh4s^?i?!%' s ? I< '^S^. 11 '
rows" of ' stitchirig ' an d; alyel vet 'cbUar, and
lined );w'Uh;whlte -:'sati.n; ■witb'ablack'clpth.
tailor..: skirt ? arid;; white" satiri ; blouse : en
suited the • costume V is .-both? useful? and
good-loojlcins^; 1,;'% ; . ;, ". ' :"-l. ■ ■[; "y" y ■•■;' £0 ;«>.
dress at 'some of .the forenboj!i card, classes,
which v. last : from* one to \ two ■-. hours ■- and.
givei one time to' keep , other; more practi
cal V before;: or after. Black,
mixed I; gray, •-■'and.iwhlte and l , other;lpng
or cufied" hair cloths. ; as ! well as "the solid
blues ■ and^- browßs ; in.'- med him . .tones,i are.- :
wornVwith"dark furs and paneauxrtorea-^
dors, or; toques." '. suitably trimmed^en .
suite, at' these -"classes. ' '
Jhe Retort Courteous.
'■ "It rdoes- noti; always pay "to -'^ be tpp
smart.'' i said|AttQrriey.- Albert :: F. ,- Massey^
"At ' our" boardirig;.hou4e"t aj new;; waitress
was". em?lbyed,":;arid:Va .youns'Jcha^ asked
her. what I : he. shpuld' call ■• her. - c . \. „. . ..^
" frie^ Pearl,' ; shei" said. .' ' : : ;,^ ":•;-;
i ".'Are -you ;,the. : Eearl; of ;;great price?'
he''asked..: : -r'- .;-V?Y..'k; : -' ; * z~as^c- '•'■:.'-_-■ ■■■""■■■
* " 'No* answered A the :f: f glrK^'guess ;; 1^ a.ny
the" Pearl • .that fi'was' cast y before .^swlne.*.**
BARTOM HBGHT^NCTES:
Sirs. Mary. Gordon,. wlxck has been *nak-j
Ins^Richmond* her -/home' forp several
weeks, isinow the : guest; ol ;,-:lier.. cousin,.
Mrs.^AV.^G: C^^ 3V::'".'/;3 V ::'".'/; r \':'. •■^^
Mr. B: i LARagland, : after a . short visit
to- the:; HeisUts,:, return^/ yesterday; to
Ashland^ ?■,:■ - ■^'„';,-: v,.'.v:. - : V --' v •■^"VV : V ,' V ('•:;.■
The ladies* VAldr Society. ■willTmeeUat
the.: residence'; of ; ;Mrs. •; E. yH;'- Lee Thurs
day afternoon at' 4. o'clock. j .■,■_..
Cadet ? Rose, ; of^ -the*, Polytechnic Insti
tutes :home?6^a?sick" furlough! i^^^^^
.'■" There ?isVvefy'!?ilttle : .iinpr'Qvement: In.- the
condition of; S^tC.^Raglan dT who, has been
i 11,.;1 1, .; foi^soSip'fmonftis: J:^ ..-.-■__;■'■".■.•■■•;. ' -> ■'-■'.'■, lW
:l\lf - : t Thoma&'J Ja'cksonr " who r.;, has .been
visiting- ."friends in" Br6cklarid r : Park." shas
returned: to' his home la Louisa. '• -'/ , ,
A stray pug.dosis'a^thehomo ofMrs.:
George A'.^lSlinor ip : -iamb laven^e,V. The
owh«r" will -please call- for"him. ' - -"'
-'Mr^RobeVt'tCole.lsHmproytngr from- the
accident caused rby~Sa:;falKfroin;?an>elec
tric-car. 1 '„.•."■ -.*-"'. ,
Miss ". Mary •"•WilHanis. \. of •'•■Norfolk;.. Is", the
guest ofiMre^Goddin.-'nea'r'Lakeside. ' •
Mrs;* Mary f f Chicago:? is ;: ; : the.
' of • Mrs. Charles Hill, near the
seminary. • ■"' ' ' *
-Mrs; ' Willie ■/Boyce/ :■ of. Charlottesvine,:
is -visiting^ Mrs?. Sinithers;. • near ; the /sewi-
C Mr^ Tom, : Jaiwson; r of^ BTOokiyij, ParkY
hasy returned 1 af ter j aT 3 businessT{ txi&_
itoTlStorfolfc. " "
r>Mr.-F; o>Roblnson ; has returned: to, his
•hbineTiri'lndianapolis. . "' •' .'
.Mr: Charles'ißeck,; who. has been - : vtsi tin s
r Mr7j Robert '"->" alker;t of •;. Brooi; H°aa« • has
; returned ; : horned i -^^)^:^4^: : 'r--ir-^J^
':■': Mrs.- John ;E.-. Harding. To? : Barton^ aye-;
; ?"?-: : --ii.--: '&?'% : : ''' :^,i' : - : ; ; -K.
-' Mrs "Fa rreri'; of Chester, Ojasis returned*
after a visit to Mrs. H-'D. Goddin, near
■■Lakeside. -^ *
;>RosabeUi'Thorße.| ot^Duinbarton.
risHheg^stfofrMis^ Esther,. Feather. >;.;;,;
' Is^ the -^uest^of > Miss.\Fordi - of tHanover^-', .
- -Mr^^ Cliarles^nders^hKofJ Charlotte. N.
'f*' ;C is ; visiting Mr; P. C. Watklns. of
Jcn&ut'Hinf:. ' /lHf*N
Rev. C. P."; Scott has ; lef t for Wilmbig
ton. • • M „ .. /jSSiM
*JMr.: Charles A. Brocks,, ot. North Cnro
iLadies'4Mile:R6aai;ha»: re*»rned:hpnieA ;■-._■
r^Mf M. C. Baugha,n continues
S Mtes Helen Harris let .C Saturday, noprrx-,
rus|(fflivEhnadelpHla.V „-• t . J§&M
■ther." ef Indiana, U&
•Cor WMMxtaoii- • ".^^
7SCi Underwear at 33c.
n-. .. ■i - i r ax' ' '■■ iin '••'- ' tir ■ •r--"-- ; '"TT-"''J- •-'■^v^i'--'."'
iliiinereiis^a'yiotoi'^
phalhas been slow io sell. We don t know why»*#
all here — Shirts and ■ Drawers-^-gbod winter:
rr S rV^'lv / J^'« '-i'V'""-^ V^- ; V^" ■ •*'" - : "- '-*V^- V i '"--"';•: -tP- : ' ■i' : 'r.'S;^;i;~?''-":V.--- .'••'oV'V'£v'c'''--' I' IV"" "
"weights, and nughty crooa values ai oeventyr iveg
Jt\t -33 Cents iiracn. - - :^^
•^-^•^j^-sOurci^^reaxiw'--^:'?*' c m o*e ; - '$'*
429 East Broad and Annex. ; I
Garland \ Reid, - Mr. and : Mrs.^ Wolfed; Mrs.'
Nplte, '■■ Mrs: .-Koss." Mrs. ■ Parker and Mrs.'
Hazelgroth. ;.. .
-■"::■ Windsor Chit' Chat. . . .
:. WINDSOR; VA:, ' Jariuary ii 2.-f (Special.);
The ■:!. Woman's - : Ji Christian '■;.}■ Temperance
Union: Gospel ; temperance meeting, which
was", to-have ,takeri>.place«at, the.Bapiist
churchfhere last: night; -was postponed;;
on-: : account: of: the ; weather A: ;: ,^ • V
This town was overrun^Saturday night
with \ drunker^ people. .There v was: consid-;
erable -excitement r for- at' while -between
; the t, whites. i\- It. seems- that, seyerabnegroes
cursed a. whlte^man;' and were goingitp
'assault \ him when other white ' men inter
fered. ; : ' •'..-.■'•"" -:w-v.~^- ■.-'-■■: i- ■-' '.-■■ - - - - "-;-'■-"■::.- •
Miss: Mary ; Jarrett, of ;Wa.kefleld, spent
•; Saturday.;- arid i Sunday- here ;• as the guest
of ;Miss : Gaye. Ellis. : \: . >.-.-"
- ;;•/.._ j ; jpi,ij £ : qarnatipn» __.".' ;:,..■ '■'_ ;'-.
35c. per dozen. Roses, cut Ho wers, .Violets,
etc. : Bouqu ets. Designs, • and Cu t Flowers
shipped" to any point. - • -. J . -«-■
■-■-,:;-■: :■':'■■■'->.: .■;--Vv.W...;A. .-" HAMMOND. :v
• :y-. No. 10T east Broad ; street. .:
The Only All-liail^Une to Xorfolkj|
is .yiaVthe-iyorfbllc'-- and • "WeMterii:;
. Uallivay — Quickest Time -Three
. Daily Train*. _ '. .*-'_'• V--0
The Nbrfolk Hr Lirriited ' leaving Richmond
9 7 A. r - M.t arid ■: the v Ocean" shore Xlmttsd;
leaving: Richmond 3 P. ; : M;. are fast vest!-.
buled Ttrains, running solid into: Norfolk
c without . change :: pr transfer. Time two
hours "■ and ;, twenty 'minutes./ ' -Additional
train leaves '^Richmond G:SG P. M., ; for/ aIP
stations. .Petersburg' to.' Norfolk, Inclusive.;
and general information : can: be^
/obtained at No. 819: Main street.' the Jef :
•fersbn, .Murphy's Hotel.- Byrd-Street:Sta-;
.' tiori;- < and .from . John E. . Wagner." " pasV
senger arid ticket/ agent,.. No. 838 r: Main
street: ~ " . ..' .-. :/ .'- '^C'HvjBOSTLEY."
• * ■-_ '■:'■; V ; .:• District Pa ssenger : Agent. ;.
;. ".-; , WIXTEn' TOCRIiT RATES^^
, Tin the Atlantic. Coast : LI ne n..n. v
Winter .'tourist I tickets are now., on" sal» S
tb'&H Southern, winter. resorts viaune. At-..
Lant 1 " Coast Line. : T This line;isithe.short-.
tdt! '"quickest and = most elegantly-equipped ■
betwe-n; the North South, .it -oaers
to'^hclth-- and service,
equalled by none., sYou make norchangei
to -Florida resorti,. :•?;-"/? ::' .: V. ' ;'
For full particulars,- apply to any agent
of^e con^ny.^^; £*&£££&?. .
- : '*' ' ':■■ ■;.■ r •: Division Passenper : Agent. ; :
• -638 East Ma Li; street.; Rich mond. Va. .;
Spei^i> Sotice^lnanprtiratloh" 01,
; -':'«Xew York arid 'Florida ;, Special";
"*Via Atlantic Coast Line "Railroad. ;
i The famous " "New. York "and' Florida
Special;" operated :by ; the Atla n tie % Coast
-Line :- between ! New : a'ork:. and s St. ■ Augus-:
'"■tine - will " riiake its ■ first ; trip. . southbound; ■
lathis "'season^': Jan.:.l2, 'lea^in?
11-50 - P."; M:;:.. and -continuing idailyi there
after, except Sunday, and. will .make.: its
first' tr"p-" = northbound: . ;> Jan. ': 15. % arriviiisr
Richmond* 6 :40 A: > M.: ; and continuing daily
• thereafter? except>Monday.'l'until : f urther
police. ; '.This?: train-i s composed ..exclutf
slveiv : bf-'Pullman: palace sleeping; obser-.
yat^on,' library ' : and ; dining-cars of -the
i^«^ m^ d g^' Campbell: r^
! > '■-■"' . -- f'Divisicn*: Passenger, Agent, i .'•
:-"'~^S East Main street.' Richmond; Va,^
Second JAnttual.'nxMbit;^
- ilina: ' >Poultpy, : ;.'• Assoeiatlon ;; Hlsl» :
3 , : ;- Point jrV.X. C. % "Jsiuurfry l«~2Oj, :tOO3 t '
■;; Qri" January..^th,; ;^th.,'and llth.^the
Sbuthetn-'imil way XwiUfsell "special : round
trip^ticket's;ftom;aU"ppints in. North" Car£
>;bilnayandStfbm':"Rlchmond,^Nbrfp^^fT|
■■ t olkV- arid • Daii vllle ' to ; High • Pol nt • and ' re^
■turn^at-prie;fare^for^the-found£trip;;;wth
final* return j limit; January^ 21," . 1903.* ; : . ■ ?:.
To. CalUorniaViai the Popular ;Mew
_ - -' 'Orleans Ronte.
* Double daily limited service ; via Souths
ern> Railway -\aria? Sunset .;;Rpute.%ThV far
■■ frinus - Sunset ' Limited '/trains -; now' run
daily between New. Orleans,' Los Angeles,
irid' '■Wiii>;*i::i!»:«i»i:sV C^ I '"?^^ Ithe^tlrrie
: tmA Vthi i ; ie/rtlori; ToVSuti .; ?v an ciscp to : le^s
than' five' 'days and : offerin^eyery; comfort
!on f the and 'safest- trains. ' -~
; There "is •" but ■ one .'; Sunset'- Limited vand
that is run from New.; Orleans dally^and
'injfQpariection-Vwich^theL^ Southern % Rail
way's? through- trains. , ;■
VThe^ best'vway^tb : reach -Texas.^Mexico;
IJSew".'- Mexico,- Arizona;'' "arid-all- Paciflc-_
;Coast;'pbiritsJ%' ; TTourist v'ojff-;'sale
da . s''5 '' c/ "W. TVESTHURY,
V " -~\*- l ■ v' J ■•''•"' District : Passenger*; ;
Madi Qraat- New Orleans'* ; La., Mobile,':
Ala., -"cnsacola, Fla., Feb. IS-S4;
1003.
'/ For ; the i^aboyet occasions X the Southern;
Railway -will v sell ;? tickets s from : I
'ail statiQhSH.nCVirsjnia^Northtand' .South;*
Carolina'v to visew Oneans,-:, Mobile -and:
\ Pensa^ola^ and returny . at ; One • Far e ; ; for;
the" round 'trip. '
: to : be > on sale . February ; 17th>to
SJd.l in.clusiy^.ijWith/return.-rUm.U iFebruary.;
■ £Bth; v except f : by r i deposit " of v tickets >by. {
I of igin al -(: Burchasers^ ■ with;; Jo vph pxtltdi-i-;p xtltdi-i- ;
"ardsbii;v;specialTage.nt;;:at -New/i Orleans;'
I McbileTof 4Pensacola " riot a later.- than j Feb^:
: ruaryj" 2SCh^'and j'fi.upon^paymentT of 'fee;- ofj
:ftfty; cents, an extension of limit to;"- not
Uater-than March U 190."5. may be ob
'■:'} This -offers a rare . opportunity to.? those
iw^hing^tosvlsiUtheEe^delightful^elties/at
fone^of i^the^pst";desirable \ seasons: |J £ :-f c
r Squ th^rn b |^B. he S througli'i- ca^£ linet
from "this -section to ; all of :?the:above r
polnt^i re^uiringl- but « oite :inlght^ on 2 the j
'road^f rom tv^shingtQnS Ricnmond^^[email protected]!
'folk>?and|intermeaiate points;
j Meetiiie : VirKinltt": : 'Anti-Saloou."^ljfja— i
iyu«v nlcUtuondt - V«., :[email protected]
•'^Por^the- above - occasion •the; Southern
railway will sen special ticKets to-Rich^
'{ mond?and 1 f rlun^aU^ points! Uj^thej;
'!stSte.^la_t^%ti^ffierana.:^^"elthJlr^fjßr|thej :
19liC^ahd;:0th/ with f.na? return
Superintendents ,h,o« -v \ »rs^la.:
[ •-,•' Forf- theY above raccaslorv vthq.'j Southern;
l l Miss % £e ■{ Clalr e%.: Batten i entertained 'on i
Saturtiay anignt tin = of -Atfes^iJllis'at
SUtbiS..^ir / >:~?^- ; r^ : - i fe-Vw i v^i4^:3vi :; :-v:;^^-^.
* alts. j John H. 'Johnson' gave' a: reception
on : ; if'naay Jnigiu '•.■ in i nonor ; of ;rieri caug^n- ; 4
ters^'Aiibse^:j^^e."aQyV-L^ l i £ Ln i «'Olin.bOa:tJ^':
number ?of j guests :' w«n c vpresen t ' ania ' ; ; 6leV
gatitr: refreshments -}were - bervtu. Jv>: :::■;■
, ruvtrs/VMaagie ; Uay,:.wao i! \v as : taiieri : sud
denly, i>i a lew- cia,i s ago^; is be.Uer at tois
VVIKIEg. _
0; Mis.'. Camilla^ Darden.vone- of ; thei oldest
restuents.;oi' tue to Wn,"is isieu at her.MK}me,>
'on y iviain "sireeiiV-'r-.^r'.-'Voj/-'""'-^". '^3v'i^>r^y
;v;Mrs.i?\yniiairi - ; Cheek,-> of ? Norfolk, ! -;who
\%vasl\ %vas l the - felieit O£ ■ 'xa"rs.'= : Eyie x -iwey^; l.^Ct
oa - Saturua.y • >Itn I her ; husoand, tea ■ rotate
••• to . -\itki ■lii.&v ' to -';■ a uerid -;T : at;^ tiig : x unr.sitan ;
&cienve : coaveii tion.' [c Air.': aritl f -airs,": uueeK'
ai c :•» oo th : ; v'&cien iiSisl" rV> 3dr s. J Ciieek/; it-:, is :
suid, : ; v, as cai cii .: by :' theai. " Sac : had ~ not
■Avauvea'; a; steplin . : .tenV> ears'- beiore^iakixis,
•tueir trea:Lmeni;.: novV:_:&u.e is. ■inoruugniy.
:\: \ :^;'^": : }':r"; ■;.
«BJD'IxLJE|TS ;.i;lll4»\isO' ; \iaiT.«|(v WATCBIU»>
Firing of the .Sultan of Morocco's
Forces ' oujThcir Oppdaents X'aeleas. i
" t LONDON; January : . : : Vi,— lie'uers :■ received :
jin i-Tliondons from^Amer.can ,'and v English • j
missions r ies : at •.i<>z, i < dated ;December, bU«.n,ij
say:'i there * was* Uctle : anxiety.; at > that < |U?n.tt J
'ior^the! safeiXv bt;Uhe-foreigners; -eyeri- ioTj
-the": event r ;0f..: the! pretefaiier*sjen tering' Vezy >.
'l he"? pr etiricier. '> the : missidriai ies say, ■>. nag ' j
. too /mucn ' wisdom ; to; slay .< the foreigners. ]
and \wiil- simply ; convey ' them ' qutrof^ his ;
; territory. "^he? is; desci ibed as > a ,i strona
■ ma n;". and as : exer ting: his au thority iwisely .'J
"Jews at Fez nave received letters from
frienu'^in: Taza,? saying that part of/the
cpuntrv;is,saie;and:'ciuiei under.:! the -pre-:
'tender, ; that'*- their taxes"; have : : t been
gieatly /reduced. : •' ' • '. . ' ■■'■'■'?
r The Sultan'a>forces at Fe2 are said? to
be demoralized' b>vdefeat, and?the-.follow
ers or the pretender assert that,, although
tfcie imperial" forces^tried again: and ! again'
to kxlitiiefr, oppouents.: their, ftutleta^u.rnr'
' cd .into water. '•^The"p"i-eiender.s' strategy,
has quite; outwitted "the. Sultan. ":: r / .
ijTMessengers have- b'e<;n sent Ho iMequines
to itirir*"-; ."o ,F?*.. •. -o American mission-"^
'arieslwh63are r tJuere^Cv'V':'.:: J; : ■■' ■ £.??■ ''■•''-.■:
i^EWis jackson^dead;
Was ; n' Respected ; . Resident: of Cfcea
'.- "r'teirfl'eld— Personal "Informattonr'X* :
-■-CHESTER. ,VA., January 12.--CSpeclai.)
Mr.^Lew is ; Jackson, an {aged and highly
respected Tcitiaen \ of « the . county ,"; died quite
-unexpectedly : Friday ; , at: his "home/'about'j
five -miles from* Chesterfield I Courthouse..;
fThe 'deceased ; was: :about?ffi-'yearsnold: |
.HiS' wife- died just before" Christmas.;;!" he
j-funeral took; place atMpunt Gilead church;
:yesterday,?iandß the-' interment' was '.made
•|tolthe ! famlly.'a'old";-graveiyard?';-^-<^;-JVili!Tj«
\ % Chester fieldiCoUnty.i Court > convened, a in
regular session to-day. /,. _• ' -;>- ■-. <• : ,
: Thomas H.,:^yon started ,a ; private
school : in- the '■'- village s" this * morning. - '"^
.schQol"is:loeated?in;the.hotel!building.- - •
■' - The >-■ weather ? here - Is "very v cold \ to-day. .
and those who "en.py- such sport 4 as -skat-,
-ing-;seem';toibe having. a ."barrel": otfttn-",
. The ' A tlanticTCbast^ Line.' railroad agents
"arid operators arequiteipleased at-the an-:
nouncement madei by; the general manager.
: thati' j beginning v January^ lst.^ the .- agents
I and ".operators % would § receive 'a | raise B in;
:sa larj' amounting ?to s abou t , lO .'• per ' cent; *\ ■
:3Mayo ; Rector.- the ;• little . son of Mr.*? and
'Mrs.'^ L; -?E. Rector. i who ;fell:; fell : and v stuck'
a'i stick iin hi»^ -head s one ;day- r last '.week,:
;is/Kettingialong;:y«ry^n<ceiy.fv:v ; s,;^
<Mr. E, : , N.i Perdue reached' home ; Sunv.ay,
rriorning.-rafter an absence ;of : several days
in : Southwest -Virginia on business' oi, •": in-. :
terest ; to the Richmond ; firm.; he repre-,
sents.:'.^'*'-'^'': A--";' ; ''-~. : ''-:V. "■■■■■■ '•■' : -'- " •■■••■-*■■•■ r~':
-, Mr. 1 H. . D. _-*chelberser . and family hay«»
fromr.a'ivisitito-.f Norfolk., .- ?■■. ":
. ..-'.'- '/ . ; : Stannton^XeTCs Sold. ■- .■;••.-: ;'.
STAUVfT6N;-i'.Y-A..v-J.ur^Vi4^?P e:^ L '"i : -
: Rev. Geprge^ s XV^ Finley,-; T>:i D^TJnkling
Sprin'ss: chu.'rch^.this county^ has'.beenTse^
cured; by? Stonewall'. f Jackson^ Camp,^ Cori : '■_■
'. fed era te • VVeteraris/. to : deliver j an i address
ori^ the anniversniryl'of ';} Stonewall 9. Jack?
son's blrth;;;ori?Ja-%iaryVl^|i.' .The* Storie : ;.
wall ■ band will' be present? and Interesting
exercises : be •• provided^ Re vv; Dr/t Firi
ley ■ is ari'excellent speaker, : arid 'during the
"warTwas a \ captain vln - Picketfs >Dlyisl6ri.:
: O^ng:toV,the: scarcity^"of- coal 'here the
city iha s 'shut : off : street, lights.? "-..■ ' V' ;•
;; Mr.' E. Baxter. Perrjvi the J.blina : pianist
of. Chicago, gave, an? enjoyable: concert
at^the'iVirgiriiaftFemalejClnstitute^here
: Friday, 1 night.';:- ■■ - :; ; - ;*".''■
J Dr. Fred .Wood, the Richmond- dentist,
; who .so I suddenly 'disappeared ."? from :•. Old
Point last : year^'is-Jn : Staubton. He "will
• take; ; ; charged of Jt the ;' Baltimore A Dental
'Parlors ; here. v^/-'--'-.. ''•s•:?/ s-.-:-^^;:;. :.oi '-Lv-i-'-if - :
Wlliife LECTUn^tbKcAMfe
Dr, Fliiiejr'-TVas a .Captain : f n TUcketts {'
".■■-;-'■ nivlsion—Dr. Fred Wood.
FLOYI>;- : ;VA:r-, January .; li^CSpeclal.)-^'
Si ■■ Ji; 'Pendleton - Is nnderf ; arrest "^ here'; \
cha fged^with.:fof girig ithelnameibf:,- Henry,
-Willis" to f ! a "note ; for six i hundred j dollars:";
I He-is ' as dewlerj.in -ca ttle t and \ sheep.y and :
I 'was VMiv> v WHllsj's '■■ partner; forisome : years^
[ iPehdletbn > belongs % to : jan i; excellen t- f arn-'
! - ily .-.arid i has Ral ways } stpbd-.well. V; He s
1 in, ? the: 'habit?:of^sigriuTrg2contractsr,wlth >
iWillis*s^narne;^and;; it there;
"are extenuating yelrcum"stanc£S.Hjy': ;. i
;';PendlPton:^while;Tori^his.^wayi tb^his
hbus^wf,tli ; a : l view: of the;
note : ipaidX'gave, ; the ' constable -the j.^lip
and -fled. V * ... . "
r It"i Is ': believediherej that i he ; aoj over^
icbnie: by"
:ip3t'hlsih"iSd/a^-"sought-reUefrtempd»rij
>;.ta flight. ./":";; .■■"•"•..'.. "■'' -
WNCENDIARIJFIftEI
i^^^^^iisins^in •Fa fi-fax. j';- i--'' ;^?^^B
I- :i.Jx«PAJ^, VA . January 12.— fSpecIftt);
iTfc'eSbarrH: cf c Mr. 2G«rge;KWa|klnsti|;re^
"siding near here, was destroyed
ISatur^a'^ntght^by -^
tiiaa 'i pi fjcattleYihTOs hotseß. ~ a nd ''a lar^e
Iqiiantit y^of, ;f oea 'and [farming! Irn^ieioen ta3
|p'Oatlstraw;iw(th^ ;^:lcJ»;the^oft:;waßj'filK'
.rtiscovf-red ' seatfefed about f th«
barn yard, a,nd was tracked tn a .frrnay
camp a short instance away. Tbere^'aJ
w-fsaii wns found load«Hl witbVoat straw.
: ; haylng r \b>enl removed^; to- ai tent '? for*
?wtrrnnoha3^be^^ljw^<l^? wtrrnnoha3^be^^ljw^<l^
tOozdoii with Fitf po§se,l has* sSjne.f tto nutifflt
*tne nrrest.
ilipiifllngr. /A ' ri'«rrnnt wn *» J.o'Wffctehanrm)^
tWf ib>'P?lp?i b>'P?lp? ' wi'h iffJ.ony • Sheriff -Goi^on -
trt*h a . rtnsr<»' y wt:nt.:."ftf>r % the? jrvivifes^
S^eUSri 'were arrested ■ Simdavl Th*y.- were;
rharee/1 t-V>-' erf^rx?" an.? • hnrnlng\.tftei
th». lnsaJ^ ;ie • the . prolfrainary t hwiFfwr
■'■"TsSJBESf 3
!
Jotepli Batfhelor Deadrr 11 " 11 * 0 ! 1 *-
Illtica! .work don* In ttoelblM»enatorlal^
fflsßtrUißEl! : after nightfall. Thin ;jj
\were lively, even 'though halt ■' the work*
ers and a "thJrd of the members had
fgonej-horae. To-day nil were. back agato.^
ar-ci there were :nor# wrorkfrs. Perhaps
Ut?TOl!the(bSjc^day;after:;'all^J^»
'^ jQS^h r «Bl^^tch€Jo^*Esti//|dledf f at {hla ; |
horn» here last >i!sht of congestion^ of $
? th^ lungs. ; sHe^^sET?y l ??^? e P t ® I ? b * r 3&
f aha »was ■ RaleigVai ; oW?stl lawyer^ "In JISSgEi
l^iM^raM'^ttpirLiv-GeneT'al [of: this^S tate. |
;
:• " E-- B. Norvell Is put by the- Secretary ■
1
•bill^arid'MrfeilaTsir^t^Sliipp Ig firsts as-)|
isistant.^ ' " '
:^H^vE^Pries^of Salem.;ls^hCTe,:,He I sa 3?s _
kbat ? |Ss" ; hV I 'sefa T itithe?TOtt6afmHl:iriei^eTi
h£. all - rights v and ! will iti*f jSertected. *
!Mears,i Concord :\WanerJliiUdd^l.^Char s^v
\ lotteVJ:l 8.-JBlaaes."' Elizabeth] City^;f James ; >!;
in^McNeH!,-; FayetteviV e • "» <3^° r S^iP4?H I^S
'rie^Crarkton-.'L.iP.iTaro, Kinston: ;Georset
fßoTuntVe^^iWiliibingWnS SP*^ C^V James;^
: Greenyille; WV.' S. - Cbad\rtck,*^Branfort : ■■ J;
rJ^l^^hinghpj^l^tt'cwinty^^-':":- :;;i -/.,|
«3 Gbvern<6r; Aycbck I tbrday received i . a ). let- ; !
ttcrifrbin a well-k'nbwn'H North iCaronnian.i'
BftteregteiJ in seve"raf cott6n-mill3,^"saying
fthe^wrlter^Jwasj r pl_ea^d^^itbjther
fGov^rabr^VtecommerridaitidnV *s i to. the: la^ ;
i borj of : children f lii ' cot tbivmills.l and ras t to :.;
regiiia tionTof ■ hQura of ; labor. l and ; eatr-f.5
fnWly;'hbpec£; that vthe ? Legislature " would j:
car*ry r ou t thel-r'ecommendatlbnsJ^The^Goy^y
• erriorl is pleased -_' at ■;. the 3 tone Jot /
(the letter." „■'-,*
= sGJß.\;Glenh^s GJR.\;Glenh^ ex-State ;Supfrinten-;
dent of .'Public : Instruction ■ o( ■ Georgia^ and j
th'e^inanasement\bfjUhe\Peabqdj;Jfund^
•hereiloqkingiaitej Jaffalra connected ; ; with
thatfund. t ;. - . - •-. . - l ,
<9?;Thc* : first : .;of the ;conipulsory education ;
ibhls^Uiibe^lntr^i^it®^^^*^ l^?/?.^
*the L%isiattir'e;wak"iritrbduc"e^/tq-day.' : for.:
Durham county. >}. Mitchell .county, got such j.
Ta: law, two* . years'; ago/ j ;, ,' ,*;>;'■ -i'r> : ' c -;-''>-- v " r '
'"^General r Manager : 'Angler.'' of - ; the Cape
says -fifteen i
miles "of JtsFextenstbn'lagraded.'and^that;:
'track-laying begins this : week ? frpni Angier
~ •'•.■-,•. ■-,• -•■;";' '^.3i'~ :; ' 7-y '':-;:x : :J\j^- r .:y ■:?;
L~ ' ; .TrackTlaying "-.on V- the i-Jextenslon \ of ■}, the
Raleigh and . Ca pe : : Fear Us ; in
progress.'?^biit [ slowly. ; : 3;-Gener^^Manager
Mins'has' secured;' fifty •cbnYtct9.Vwtio»*on
'the/ ivhVivrill^fbegitT ' thelwork jbf ; laylrigl
'- track " and ; surfacingr; the^new part ibf .{ thej
: .r.b¥djf;ro^''l^qu3y.4^ringa : J<>;av'soiht;onj
the^l "Cape ->Fear& river •• opposite VLilling-;
;tbnj"J^.> : V-;.r- ;- ' ':■'■': '.-.I- ■'■ t v'."' '■■..■■;;.'.' ,■-: ;;-•■ -.■<*s. "•/ .."
?• In 'al few .days the Corpofat ion \ Commis-.
hearing in the*- matter" of<
the petitlonVfbr.7a;iunJon- depot:-: at 1- Durr
:han^Ut^lsTsa\idJif|theriß\^;£O.;'qnion'''deV-;
: po t ; ; the j Seaboard T L,ine i build a
station "opposite "the Hotel '(Caroline. - .
" ■ .:■ r '' « \ -■• ". '-. -:v: v - "
TRINITY^ COLLEGE NOTES;
Has - Joined ■ Southern V... Inter-Colle
grlate; Athletic AwHoclntlon.; .-. ■ ;
1 -(Correspondence of the-Dlspatch.) -:,;'■
if PURHAM;4"II^ C.;' January 12.^(Spef;
clal.)— Just ; before '. the? holidays the Ath- r
leticfAssocia tlon -of Trinity.' Coll ege % made ;
application^ for 'adirilssionlntb^ the ' South ;
era ; Inter-Collegiate .." ■■Association^:
-At' the - recent ■" meeting j'of - the ' assocla tlon
In Atlanta? this" applfca tion : was- acted
upon, ■ and: . Trinity f, College \ urianl-i
'mwsly'fadmitted.^Thel-iUhletlcl^^ojda^
tion believes that: athletics should ; be un
der-offlciaT control and that^ there should:
be united L action -between ' the institutions :
engaged s In ! out : dpbr7sportsl /Trinity ! Is; also
a : niember,rof ; the Athletic, Association of,
North "\ Carolina .'" Schools and ."Cbileges. Jt; l
.hop^s'by > itstmembership"; in? these ;"organlrj
'zations to dn,somcthirig to aid -.the ; , mover;
r merit ' for ';pure;i athletics •irii" the colleges
i of ; the southern S tates. The Sou them A th- ":
i ; Httcii Association - has; dbne^much, for these'
1 interests^ and; ; the /frulesf: have .'' beerir so
I changed as ; 'toTrqfake'' them ■-. perfectly "satis^:
factory :to?.eyery/' tiistituUtm < that jis :
r *? a t^?t|cs.'-^>"i,';vi.?.:Uii;.r' ; ;
j;yjDrlr;"Edwar_d;;Mimß'^left^lart^;;Thu_if!i^s9
afternoon ■ for? Naai'vlHe^l.Tenn. 7 ; : to' attend
:th^- meeting:" of ithe ";,;"' Joint t Hymn" 'Book:
Commission \ of ;: the * Northern '% arid ' South t .
|eTO? JJethodist ? chufch'es.^.This * Is.!; the first
joint; action •■ taken ; by^-these i two branches.:
',oiJ^^e2Meth6iltet->;chuV^?3lnce;isheln!rdl^
vl3|bn; :^Profes3orJ MimsK will '-h lecture be-,
fore 7; the s ; •'■Browning- A Club Q fit • Nashville.
Term." duringi his -stay, In that; city; V :; fV
:; Dr. iW. t H-'i Glasspn.'t of 4 theVdep a'rtm.ent ;
of ' econ ioroics \ arid ; social "\ scierice.; and y Dr."
J, i S^ / Bassett. v of ; the ) department ; of I hla
tory^, at » Colic ge.S attended - \the
ijointriiectingVofUhe.i^mertcarilE^on^lc
arid , HistoricaV "Association > r whichlmet - in
; Philadelphia^ during '"::'- '-: the'^hqlidaj-sl >'Dr.;
Glassbri:: was elected, la j "member;! off. the
Council "of rAmertcari--'*Economic''Associ
ation.^. ■'-"- -\-~ '"-'■' ■-"■ ■ : .-- : - : :.'.'- '' : '-' s '- ; -■'-'■-:■.:•■
, ' Dr.': J. J I. ; . Hamaker, of i the i department
of \biolpgy, attended .the meeting "of Jthe
?Anierican r -Association l 'for^the
raient " : or : Science \ held / In , : Washingtoritdur
ijng^;the ;■ holiday s:.: > ' V: '% 7y Vs?%-*S i?;H"^
THE^WiLCOX; TRIAL AGAINi
Wa»' iicspini:. YeMtcrday -, ttt »" Hertford^
: : " ; : ;: -\ S. • C— Large ■ Crojwjd^jltfeiid.; \ ,;■ ; A
WASHINGTON^ N.T'-©ils Jiinwary^ 12.—,
"(Special.)-TThe: secoodrtrial. of James ;\v iv?
cox, - the i alleged ' murderer,? of/ pretty Nell
■ CropseyvV was begun -this niorning.at: ■ Hert
■' f ordr; with ' Judge ; Council I presiding. ~y*?Z\\
' • -The:^ conrf-house.' was -packed, and }•, to-f
morrowf spectators'.- wilt : be « admlttedVooly
by-5 ticket.' -Arfe, V^-:.-\~& : ±±< -':'^^-<^-:
t"AVUcox 1 shows : the rsame ; indifference Jto
his 5 fate ?t? t that Bhe I has S al ways % exnlbi ted."
iThere ': are ; : tojb^; more .;wltnesses ■% than fat
".tie '; first* trial: One 'woulo I think ] that C.iis
■ was • Elizabeth :•* City ? from the 5 namber <of
? pebple I here f rom ithat : town. ?.~ "x.^ „ ;i ;
;■■;:! 111 1 Jobka ' imposslblel fox J the /.prlaoner to j
get i a-- fair .trial :; here.v" Sentiment t Is very
.' st ron g :; against A him:- and i the : same , people
:-xhb z a ttended l the-; first j trio 1 .'are attend-.
■ ing- this one.' 7t-"Wlth > Uttle apparent : Inter eat
j the : : prisoner contemptuously J al ■; the
' crowds 'of t spectators. ;? Th© "A look ion his
' face * is ; any thlngr ; but I pleasant.- ; ' ■;■■■'■ .
i?-Tbe courtlbegins;tormorrow-at 9, o'clock.
.The Jury "is-riptsyet ; complete. . . ' a '
ii '■■'■■'■' .■ i :'Cl»Hil-;!Burnea''to Denth. " :J^.
■: - CHARLOTTE. 'N. 'C^ January 12>-Ip
attempting -" to f - save^ilier-f doll;: from £^^th« ;
iiames i yesterdayTr littleTi Majr 2 Sh'errilt :-., th?)
3-year-o!d i daughter?bfJ Mr.-- N. : W4 Sheri-j
: i 111. 1 -: received S burns 'I that S resulted Sin g her.
f'dMth'^^eT-.^lTd^Wasp'sUtl^'b^f^oreJan;
open f flreplacev'j wneii'; ay live coal r popped
; butti' and 'j tsnited %. the 7doirs v ' i dress^4The;
Jchild -I tried :■ to :'subdue : the \ flames. ) but j be-!*
• f ore's l she "'s succeeded >Ther^ own. £ dress -V was
'abla^^When-ithisl'pa'reats^rr^^ed^tAeU'
rchildf thei uttle foriei 3CIII i clung; to} herl/daU
:a^?h^rlcJbthing^^s^burntag. . '■ ~ ■-:>
BH^Rm|iS®s|
RALEIGH. N. C. January 12.-(Spe
tclal:>~ln '* tJieS House jttwiay, ' Mr. Fuller."
hates s"to ath'e^questtori i; of t. tulldiasnaj^ prof]
f per3'Btatlon ?at ! Durhamf and •_■ o ther, : potato
;iri ?' the fStajte/^lts 'Is:*— .■ ' "
P?i?T6 5 require Cwheo*i practicable <J tojl the
!judsmen^ of] the} Corpora tlon]Coinmi£sri|on3
'any I two Tor I moro : ratlifods»1 i wh!eh : , cow { or;
s;maylb«eafter^^a«xlcl^or|tdwx^:
to have a cotaroon. or union pajsenge^
Taepotz a»d i* to- wilt© to % th*"?' joUJtifundters;
ItaWns/and -expeinsalof ?and:2 malntalalnff
*Mc£?<Jeji^tlf«#TOraeM
ns?s of ?tsch raUroatl, or stsehlt«nM%e s :
feuiations, provisions, and Dndttlaisla*
?fatltcbi»Xßfesl.on shall »rts6xibe T %^^^
j^^^^'linlf^c.tprlea'^wais false* '^in tr«*dw«<^l
tlitSithe^SQuaeHtorSay. It prbyidwsthat
chMr^a under - 12 " shall pot Jfe : <s^plw^
iinrany^actorTlwnlesst IhavlneJ alwtftnrcge
®otlw^7rorim^attyldt^^lf.th^^
;peiul«nt; on t«J«»r labor : for = anppwi:^
:unta»;th« : ;ehll4 : l>^u orphan without
why riot ;■ bring^itjj
tfstrai2ht*tQ^us.r^Sitfrealiyls
1 _. - ~_ - ' - * -,1
dv -c* not? cdst^ an yi moreg-i
Itnibrie v^iS sndCy ou I '■ liaverj j
cimens,*and lhe£Qldes6&
ped engraving plant in <
.-i', : ■ ' .■■■■■-..■■ ■»■■;■■. ■ ■■■■■„ ■■-. : -■■_.* ■: "- ■...!. ■■ ■:... ■■' < -
thesouth : -s ;- :»
; Our specimen^
> furnish, new ideas, VWe;<
* give all work tourlpeifl
; sonal attention, a-ndj
•consider our^reputation?
» at stakem the execution^
? of every order, small or j
I '■■ - r-* i'."-'- 1 :- .'-■•"*" "v' r "; - ! .:•'-»•- 4* •""xrv.'.r-;:/.
[large. ; - ■, !
► ' / " " ' .. <
i \ ftaf fta
BHBk INJECTION
HHhI;
■■c/^M:^a ;pw»iANßi*r|ctnw
&m« ; of the most obstinate casc»«f
■T-'"-"' PWTATE DI9KASES. BO)
■■■■■■^ '■■■■ -ocner treatment required,
r-i'^r -i'^t SOLD ;ST ALL DHUOCWTfc'^^f^
itifleates of ag» from [th* parent or gtiard-j^
ian~ of children [employed, 'arid ; to »"= keepJjUi*^
same " : - on inspections under ; ? h»avy *penal^
ties of, false certiflcat^*brifailure
UhefsameV^h© vbinTprbhibitsj the'emptoy^J
;ment iof-chiJdrenlunder. ; l6 'years :bf fa'g«;j
between* the }hour»rbf n R^M.^arid'i 5 ;fA?.|
■ M. ; -• for^^ i 'more^thaikyßteliir7 sbt : T: hours .Js&i^:
'one" week/"or " eleven ; hour's any Jone 'day j; ;
After; • January; rib^chtta ; under^l-*-;
'shall * be | employed "unless"itt can ;cead ,"and^
writel f After/ January il.< 190<rs no ne * .virid«*r, f
, 14 shall 'he * •riiplbyed "unleash they
; school • at", least 'nine .iw.eeki^aj yeac^ft.'?^
; net } less" ' than"; f bur ' weels ": consecutively^
i.The penalty ; rofr,Violationil3^frbm^CO}to
[ %.<&? nneV ror- ; Imprlsbnmerit s ln itheXdiacr,^
| tion ot -thejiudge. ?j " ' ."" , V '. (
" ■ r - : "^^^Tl^^f^etfATs-^ ; ■: ■'" f ■• ' : "
, In the Senate bills' were Introduced l:
': To v provtdeSforKthe^cpdifyrnif s|oir|lhj^
•Jaws by :i: i three .^commissioner^ ? , to -1 be * ap^jj
:polhtedr-by^Hhs''iGovernor.Yat- f JSt.6Q(>-r?*i>clii2
and ?one7cle rkiat itfsO;' fpr>^hl»lhe««r;£ dIJK f
itributlonS oispubHc~scrio<>r^ bobfts.? prbvlir;'
; Ing for riot ; less '*. than. "■ slx^npV.' more \ than "
twenty diatributirig": depots 'ln ia T county*
instead Vbf one. as at present. '-- •
:lri;the;Hovi3e-ibins?were;totrodtjced: „ ;
- To. Incorporate"? thV^i Caaol;Rlver;ira)Hi ;
way; '', to 'rregTilate^Teiripioynierit^Qf ,-Icbil- '.,;
dreri :and?.womeniini-factorts3j ■ and/.to,,'fri»£
corpora te : , the "Z Savings \ and. .Trust > 1 Com- ,
pany of- Washington. •. -.- - " ; ; " : \
y ' North! -Carolina Maw»iui. ; .-,
i RALEIGH, IS*. C. January vL— (Sp»
ciaDrrT he^Grarid * LodgeTof , Masons ]m*9t»:
here" to^morrow,;«veiilngr, 'Grand : Secretary
John ':'/[ C^ Dre wry^T wasr> lnterytewedl M this/
evening and safdt 7. t *
: , '; '^There fare ' t6^d%y" 330 .lodges ; ■a ; ata m 'jit I
six 'during i the,; yeatv^nd ] 12. SK .msmt^tMi'i.^
aVgalri of 65O.'i_Jhe; largesttgjilril onTrncorAfl
;Total = ; receipts; i'W.»l9. T f Grand Si&aßHr&fl?.
T^^meet^"
r ing7"will !be7'? perhaps." nthel": largest '^cbfflK,
munica tion i : ever jheldv^The "i commltteelox*^
the.TempleXlwlll^re'p^'irt^iThlaTcpmmitte^
i was! given " full 'powerjand ] h'asihoughii 'arid :
paid ,; for? th«j site! hereJlarid - ha"s ; HftOOO .fp'f ;
' Grand Lodge" fund* In J bank ' to Its; er^Bt.^
a (^imps^lSgSeen^orpl
•Aliesed:VlbtatloS r bf^Faiinr«nee';liartr^|lfi;
Call to Rer. l»r. Battle. .
::.r GREENSBORO*. N-- C. January .11
'■■ (SpeclaD^eTharKed^r.wJtb c: vtoJatlnj "s th«if?g
Statfrt'ns«rancfr:fcßws.rjß. i jA.s<siMweH. > ai»
■ old s man;*; bn»s been- arrested | ami WS
Jallediatgihellnstrsatlpn 'Of iState)ln»r^lr^i State )ln»r^lr^
ance; Commraaion "James Rj «Yoon«f.l otj .Ka-*Si
te!gb-v : iltij l»a charafed^ that 1 Catd w«tt|«oWS!
both- life s and lafcks benefit? lnaurance^gi:^^
VvAt^the'FlrW^^pCstcaurch^tjWJUnathi^
r'noupced^'on * Sundays that j; next a Sanmyj3o
I : Ja nuary v istbvr; a?f pastor Jkoo -^ 1 6**3 jalto^y?
iThere I fa aflttle^ donbt- tbat Titiwi S*t>^"U>s^
beTextendedilo.lßev^iUritHennriWSßaU. :
■ • tle^i pastor^ of A the =■ Flnrt g Bapt Jflt chwrgh^
i of^ Petersburg ■•' - ,'- J -'-^^
i ,i-Tbe> ';Sowtb?n»**;bUrrthiiXßSl».str*iß*,i«w»g^
i menclcs Cwith^No.^33.^ tn!* •imornlns^^ -*£
: gan • dropping g oft? their J cr<rws * ofJ poj^il^
■ cJ«^Tr»l at -.GreensboroV- Instead | of
lotte " '"' -'"' 1
fvA^a notable J^ thin? yabont .£ Jeidg«l^a'*||
; charts S I n * Svperior;i Coart y th. « taarntnyg^
;waartnat4^ejca«ea.(lh«ir«o«f^^»|»J*M
i nolfmad* ! a crime] to i thl» 1 State .; wotlfoUtraf
ImeetlnK^of.ltheilast4tegts.ature.|^^^^
S O« Callum^i a-I«o»is o^M^ A^f
fjame^? Caltam; rf of ;£qr««nsboro^Sa*M
been appolßted assfstant snpertetende«t«jfH
ithe?Fourth^andsFlftb«dlstr:ct«3optJi»L:';
lbead<iuartera3at? i Wa3h^^en^DAe-,^tt^fj
iterritorySenibFae«Bi3PentJW > tvante ;^tl!£«vif_||
JetaeyvyMaorand.^D»atrlct^ott^lumbUii^
3Vlrgfnla^WeatWlrsm!a.^North|3 Vlrgfnla^WeatWlrsm!a.^North| v Carollaq^
ISouthlCaVoUoa:: and '%Mjgm2
WILMINGTON ODD-t^l.LOWS|i
Odd^PeKo^l^Wlm^g
:t6^n«m*^rlns^t*w»;W«^W4*«jM
asmovei^ntiomft^S f^tb^^on|o^g
handsome -I- .- ; Of--. OvsrF. :j: Bundtns -Af** tg&t, *&
I won*?fful -U«-««< K©eH«W«* otrj*" '
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