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FACTS, FANCIES^MD FADS FOR FAIR FEMINIIW
pai'y^ffienu. /
Friday, ■' January '16th.' " : ,} /
.. "BREAKFAST^^';/ '
Oatmeal} arid ' ' .'
Fried>Smers.r; ; }. 7
' Country ; Sausage^ - y ' .
JKuffiris.; : ' *■}■;■ } ■ } ".• '"■■■■•,-:■" ■■■■•,-:■ ■■-.'• Fruit.-,:
' '/; irUXCHEON/ } '
.i --•■ "' ;... ;- ; ■ *g^ ";'■:
. Stuffed; Lobster. ,' "
Stewed Veal -Salferlrib."
Fried -Egg-Plant. -■
■ CarameJ'Puddins.r . ,/ . s
/}. ' jdinxer. ..,:;-/ .} •
: Oysters. - '. " .:.. \ ['.:'' }}- ■'
. .Beef c Tongue. : . \ • •
. ; - ..- Stuffed ■ Peppers. - .. }
.Potatoes. .
Saddle} of Venison." ;"■; "■ }. .',
Celery. Salad. .
Chocolate Ice Cream. . "'■'[[ : '...-■;
'Eclairs;}"
. :--;', Coffee. ..:-;.• . - .-.
J^is first - r
The >!,3inepa*p<?rs:afe telling: a' story ot
ivtTung minister, who on his first .'charge,
iras railed upori.t* preach "a"; .funeral ■"'ser-'
non ovci a woman. It-was his, first fu
rjeral strmon,. arid lh'e laid'himself l oi'it:to
mnV:e an'impresslori. "and* succeeded. The
■Roman had had. her. faults., but the;minis-
V-r V<!'.£Gt them. ; This. was to be expected,
bti: he extolled j? her.. "so :; highljv} that-; the
jKisr. bereaved husband^bUting.-tliere. list
rrinp.-'couldn't':recognize :lier -by- tlie de
pirii)(ion~ 'Firnlly. in-aVglowirig perora
llon, lH!'pictured ; God "atidHhej archangels
and ih<> angel's .^nd.allft'ric-hosts-o'fHhe
Trd^ein <> d Joyously formirip* a parade; to
wf.i-cmc tr. ileavc-n ■ths«'-"one cT the.very
bcsfoi' all wonien.V The 'husband: dnuld
stand it no longer, arid." leaping up. inter
rupted him with- beckoning -., hand, gasp
ing but: "No. no. elder: .fn'oti quite that!
She was- only -'bout "middliriV"-- ■ . .
J Walked &Mj*era'£ittle
■ ". Way:, --:;./:•'--.■.
'■ (Harper's Ma p'azi rie.) ". ' '
I walked with- her a -little way. ' - .1 .
"And slfiewis'V saw the.rise and'fall '
Of lac'c upon' her I'arasbl,-: ' • ,' *
And. that was. all I" saw 'that' day. • ' ■
•3 could not speak, but what she said
■Was. only music; not a word' j .
Meant --ln^thirig to nic. '.I". I" heard _ '
In - ecstasy without a head.' .
An<s in a moment sho was- gone!' _'. .-'. .-"' /'.
Tlve music ceaFed.' and thenvl;drcamed
lleriiand in iniric— and- straight she}-. ...
?»tmed :.,"..,
A vision flaaling on the lawn;; : v; ! ; ; "
F.oinctimes. when} summer lcomes. .a, flay
Ferrjis different from -the. rest,: and- 1;
H»mcn:ber to forget to"- sigh.
And -w-al- v.-ithher. a tittle; way.' .;,;j , -
fadsofihe-pcrr.
Stocks ofiEilk in all the tartan colorings
tro -conspicuous.'.. .. Aroiind the top is..a
rlain band of. silk in dark'red/. blue;- white
ar black, according to, the tinting: of. the
OH4S. ■ - - - ': ■ -■ ■ ''■ v :
TVcarins pure 'white, chiffon- of tulle
Mouses under fur wr ; ap's:an<l;coats; ; isj one
ii the recent idea sV The.chiffon is mount
rd on white- silk and .much- tucked, but
umrimmed. •;■. -' • . " ■ - .'-. '' '• ■- ;1; 1 -
Equare. effects rin'.pla ids', makera-. splendid
bodice nnish "for a; white,* lightor ablack
relvct dress! " ' r; *-.; " : '•*--' . . :> '.'' . '-
A picturesque hood , finishes, an: opera
cloak, even 1 hough t the ' wearer ", may: not
C2r« to putr.itToyeriher. headl r .' ; "., :,;
Handsome belt; buckles of "rose ; gold., m
the dt;sign of a wild \. rose; the leaves " ex
t?n^ing on either; side.' is'one of the hoy
titles for holding:, a girdle. . _ " .
-
A copper watering .pot of 'quaint 'shape
*ovid be a usefuli ornament for the. win-.,
i^w garden.- : ; '■;■• ■' ■" - • J : ->'-.■ '■
©lift might find a sudden inspiration. for,
» friendly gift In the ;-pretty.' - dressing
sacks of eiderdown.. ivOne." in crimson
eiderdown has shoulder ruffles of red
satin, embroidered in black." :
Very . pretty things there', ai-e - for : the
children's , bread; and: "milk-; sets.'; The
«iihes show charming .-designs of ; chil-.
<!ren"s figurts and childish-? scenes, with
aursc-s • and nursery- rhymes, upon r the
three pieces, bread and milk 'bowl, pitch-.
cr and plate.".."" ' »• ' --
One of the^most interesting-things in
toikt materials {is a fino 'bay-rumiwhich
*s Ec-sled in copper cans, covered, with
jnmcthing that • looks ,like >i heavy flan-j
Sel. These cans "are rather -small, and'
cost $1.50 each: Finc'cssenccs: come; to
the wholesale dealers sealed up in similar
copper cans, onlyl-larger,; and, the; small
ones have aj-professionalvair v „ ,
/^r &ind£&sea:fieK,
Kow— •;■"'■- : ■'- "--"-; ■■;'.■■ .'.'V-.. '-■.':■-'. ■-■■"'";'
That toreadors -are so. modish, .why _wHI
tot girl? '■vrear-; them: on. windy- days -and
Rive .up -hose -frantic struggles;." holding
on to their bis- hats while, freezing and
tiring their hands- and -arms.- and iJookinc
?o? But no one can see: herself as others
see her. It* Is*. worth while remembering
that picture* ;hatsV in : a^high; wind ■ lost^
'heir. picturesquenessJj "y „ ' . ; ; : ,-
"Hots- Paris Amuses! v .-Herself!* :.is i thb
title of a book which? Mr."" F.^ .Berkeley.:
Smith is now i engaged: upon.'..': He r will.
Probably Illustrate' thisjivolumc; himstlf,
»s he did his firstybook,. "The- ! Real tatin
Quarlcry." The author iis'lthe'r son "of *Mr.
2lopkniEon ; Smiai.'iv.'hoiapears; tpsHaye
8> Jarc<i with the young, man^hls own eh-
,V,®5|r»ECT FOHM
TO^ for r«rfcct f:girc*-a perfetteE'of im-
M \»v 1 I>«iect<iJcur«LYsltffolk>ws the<lines!i
ii I \\»:.ofi.thc? perscn.t<lcvcl<jpinffi'BUjtJ:e| >
ill 'Sfci". natural r beaut y/ of -i the s forra j and t.
iWf mV: assist the brcathip^and dJges«vft|
\ V* VvvS? -^iunctJon«. c ;^A*!'AH>J>e»l«r*Mf
•\ :.iv'i x W; '■-" •:< Price tip from $j.m
RfiI'JjMW'.VEIKOARfEN^BBpSM
p.lQ^w'jro other ef>r«et«iM»"<»»V^ r thij>U.«««ftlJ«'f,
. Care of Joiiet Articles.
. "^Brushes ; arid : combs require^ careful at
tention.; :Each:Uriiethat}the hair is sham-*
pooed, r the;: hair. fbriish and comb'shpuld
be thorough Iy( cleaned. };. }};}/•/ :'.'/-'}"" ,'-"■
:it: is}an ; easy matter; to; ruin "a. hair brush'
bv,careless;;waßliirig;.but properly " s dPne,-
the■bruEnjrieedTnbt be. injured. .V. V --
Prepare a suds of tepid. water and,' holdi
ing the brush' : soi: that 'only the : bristles
enter-ithc'w3ter,:'shake'lt about "gently for
a^fewf minutes'r '..lf- you : have two brushes
to clean,"; b'ruslvthe.bristles .tbgether.^ririVe
.!n; clear,-. cold'. water and -wipe with a cloth 1
free/ffbrii ' lint^.Theri; dryjiii ;the'bpeh"'*air
with the' bristles 'downward, so "that: no
moisture-will soak into the back bf. the
brush.';-: .:/'-"" •'/•-. . . ■/. } ":. '•"' .'•'. '■}•■■..
Wash ..your.-; coriibs 'in .tepid '.suds
andyuse a} stiff nail brush,- or ; the- long
horse}hair "wisps which- come for. the pur
pose,/to clean -them. 1 . Ririso in coldlwater
and- dry.iri tlie'bpen air.; : - •■ , '" -. •
"-.;.'; &he Best Receipe for Mayonnaise.
• .
:Sometimes. ; it is because they :do- noKujiderstand^th^'art'of !
making'at" palatable;' Belowi we:, give; directions ■ for fmalafig •
tiie-most' - r dejicious; dressing i for salad : : - iV ... ,.:' .',- 1 ,:.'-;'./-;-\ 1 :v,^ i .>-,
"■}}/, : Break;into a soup plate -the yolks of^twofeggsr/tStihlightr"
lylwitli-aVsilver fork, addiri^a-quarter/bf^easp^o.bnfuliof^salt,'
■whicli/.sliould slightly thicken the yolks. ..:
: / :I^ow beg^
olive stirring rapidly '.untU
: spoonful;' of >taragon vinegary and} one. of leni6n"juice,^an{i'a
pinch of red pepper. • . * \- ' . "- """ %•*' " V -. *"r-'
"■'■~” .'Beat 7 : the. white of an 'egg^to a froth, and.putit'in; the re
frigerator, itil'l just before ser\4ng''the}saucej'wheh}th*e ; "wKi'p; r .\
'is quickly, added. """..', ■ "
■v^.All-the : : ingredients." iiic^^^^
ice .seyerar.hoVrs, thatth'ey /m
colder. the lnaterialsj the greater the chance pLthe'ialad'.beihg;
-success..;} }.' : ; r' ; ,-- ; - /:}'•■■■■ : :~\- :l :- ' "'. '
:\7 mayonnaise is. one:ofj&^
liberties^may be taken. ; - -
■ - ' ; -JZobster Satad. / \
... Cut -the -meat from oiie (cold;:bolled^lpbste/r;ihto v s^uares :
6f;6ne;inch. "Season with salt, .pepper; andiiesnon -juice, imix
/with".the*"mayonnaise dressing and serve on^iettuce leaves,
p-arnislied}with the shell of the lobster: '. • •l ; , .
:^: •.•>?-••■-■-■■;:- ";:■■"■ ; '"■-;■.■ : '" :'"-'■ ■'■-'■ } r -;'.. ; ;,: ; ...:-".'}:v;: i \..r"'/ / "'':^;.'}"
-■ gvr^-'mi ■ : " ■' • :'; ' ;; Shrimp Jalad:*^'} ■■vs|i^>i^-^§&
.; L}Turn : theVshrimps outpfithe can several hours :befofe^ypu
•makeCthe salads -^Drench 'thtm^ithiOil-andlivih^^nahdlset
on ice'until: needed. When* the Jettuce.^
,A-er, sprinkle. it with a;fine^cracked^^
and'oil 'from' the -shrimps 'and -lay them on thedeaves.' -vAdd
the mayonnaise, and serve}iriimeciiately(' \, . } '\' .'""" \
viable gifts as writer and ajrtist
. The" late -Mr.}.Hehty a short time-be
fore' he died '.stated " that}- he .'always -got
considerably: more- letters from girls about
his books; than ; from boys— though alljthe
books - were,^written \ for :- boys: Inlerestcd
in this 'fact, ; the 'veteran made up = his
mind /to •consider} girls in; connection with
' future^ s storiesri \& ppreciatihg, '.'■ \ moreover,"
the^ Duchess" 'of. Sutherland's point of
view:'""Why:sTiould'COurage,'resource:and
fair"play be. held>up ; for the admiration
of- the' male? sex;- alone?" ■ ; . ' . . v
J : j?orMe- Aittle folks. \ :;}
• A~ smart "way .-of dressing little Juniors
of eight or- ten. years "of : ' age for the street,.
Is! to. have :thcm> hide; their pretty- white
frocks under black poplin redingotes.with
flaring-; sleeves. 7 ; -The extremely : modish
touch^ lies in big- soft white lace: and mull
collars embroidered^ in a-jour./or
over-stitch^ > .These collars pass :beyond
the "' shoulders; before they, are trimmed
with a wide: mulCruffle, embroidered Yon
its -=-dge also. : Then ' they ;droop over. isof t
iv like iace.l'andpossess.rthelr true chic.
Fancy tlie beauteous childish j faces, c and
a wealth of y lovely lrhair .crowned with . a
big picture ■ hat 1 in . black ; also-soft beav
ers '•' felt,- or- velvet/t rimmed .with , top-;
plfng swaying black: plumes.. A Radiant
picture, indeed,, and pnev of distinction.-^-:
VOgUe. ' ■■■ r_. . ~ ' ...;/■ ;•:. ;..; '/• - t
IN THE ROCKBRIDGE CAPITA^
Daughters of tUe Confederacy ■■Electi
: Officers— County TVeddingrs.
5.' Lexington; -va'V;.; January .^la.^cspV
cial )— At the ■ annual * meeting; of. the Mary.
Custis^Lee'cliapter -of 'the ; GrandvDivis
iorr of the Daughters of. the~Conf ederacy,
of Virginia"; held ; Monday afternoon : atythe
residence of ? Mrs. " David C. -Humphreys. ;
wife 'of Prof essor.-D. , C. • Humphreys. ? the
followihg*'onicers : were elected forj the, en
sulTiB L year :? President, Miss ; Sue I David^ i
Son;\iVe-prekdent;:Miss":;Annieß; White;
secretary? "-Miss i Mary ~r- Nelson :: Pendleton ; ;
tfeasurersMrs>:D/:c. ! -Humphreys:, Miss
Mary' N." ■ Pen dleton ; was ; elected : treasurer,
of V iiie ' funds:- f or^ the i purchase •;• of ,> the
Stonewall v Jackson residence in -Lexington;"
'which as to' beViised >s,a Memorial ;: Hosp
ital «-*f of- indigent'- Confederates. ; :From^the
sale^of 'the"l^e>MeinoriaUcalendars'Some
$300? has i-b i een^rece:ved;^while 'many, .yet
remainito be disposed of^j/: ; ;
Myrtle Alnm-daughterofj
Mrs; L"ewis Alplri. :o^Lower r iKerrs-Creek;
Viclhitv.'was^wedd^UoMr. Robert- Dixon,;
'son c of ■• the.;- lateT Robert Dixon. of ; Whist Je .
Creek^Rbclciiighamj county, ; yesterday^at
rbon : ; v. The vcerembny iivas ;perforraedi at\
;tlie^home-6f ■the^brido ; :by;;th^ ? Rev.^Drv
Dav'd '^AVuPenick;-^ pastor: of ;,New ; uMon^
mouth" chureh;v;The:best ■,maiiv,wasair.'
inaid-of-hoHor^wast.MissnElberta.^Kirlt^
patrXck.v of- Allone," :. Rockingham .^county.
r : Miss .i Lv la'iJ Jpdsay,'; of j Albn c;; presided tat
: tho'brgah; iThe j newly^wedded [coupleiat^
JterwardsliCainer to|l.exirigtonvand subse^.
"qu^ntly^leftt{for.^Washington and other
cities' on" a bridal -tour.
?'^ licichse ,'C was p issued iSby >;
?C6unltyjC%k^^Te^^!Shieldsibhjthejloth;
ilhistantlKforlltlieTmlLrriage^offMri^
uMbnrpe'.F^ult^jof il^phineivicinity, f Rock-;
Lbßdg<p*coiKfty,*^lnd:!MissjEdna?jOTe|Wil^
: .b6urnK\ 7 daughterJof|Mrs; L |Nannle|l^i^
ib^ir^sOfiihiSliam^placeJiThejCcrem^
J-wasg performed j|Tuesday>l; iali the J Palrtjer,
House . hi S«unton by iko Bey. L. H.
K-The -.Lexington . Volunteer: Ilr«*Con^anj{.
r^? a VmwUps,'.^dlMb«ia^s^btfdei^iS(l)
lb^ti^HijSMr;«;Oharle»P.Pol»^forjaer
i-ten^tfOA*^!JOTChaa©'of'ihftrb«lkvlt^ ; wi*;
'y-'a'tcred^lritoj
Th© slars before him fr--»m tho filed 'ot
•i^Drlves : ;; Niglit ;\ along* •} with ■." them ' from
..The uj Sultan s^-- l X'urrct:i,with i -«^ Sfiuft ,-^of
■ Before ;; the :; phantom *-.of c False V morning
Methought a Voice - within ■ the Tavern
} v'WheriSall the Temjlels^fepared^wltriin
out.-- :
::Uri; Side?" - '", - ."il
And; as the •. Cock /crew/r.those-; who ;stbod:
l; : S : ;.beforft v . - \ ■• J I
The ■- Tavern ~Bhou.ted} rr < 'Opon} /then /;,the"
■■ door! '
i You r know howi little 1 while} iweiJiave ". to j |
•}}'- : ; -6 stay, ■:/ ' -".-; ';}.} A : <\kS^ j
And," i once .departed^./ 'may' ;: return} '^'no; l
- • ", more;''-}} 1 ?: ; 'W : / 1;; ';; -'J '/%. *'■;?.'.':'■ ■: ; /:--;:: i ;-:-<.}': ; >
Might, Caps.:
'For} exteraa! |. 'application^ thev .}riigtitcap}
israrelypeeri;^ -It} is 'first mentioned/dur
irigithe time of-. Qie^Tudbrs/Jln; the/inveh^
tbrjv o if ' HenryXy lll'.'s : - y war'dr6be? we:::coni'e"
"acioss^the, following:- [item:] ."A"}; nightcap}
'off;blackvyel\\et'Jemb*rpidercdl"/^No';^oh-:'
dor* :witli /such ■g^earirig,~^ha^ias~Shakes-;;
pVare } suggests, v "Uneasy;* festsythe i-head
■that't wears a " crown."?. Poor old"^ Bishop}
•I.'a timer was nottcontent'.with^one^nigh.t-^
cap. -Fox, in- his),'^Bobk : of 1 ,; de-C 1
.scribes.' him-jiis-fpirowsY-v'He^heldjlhis/Hat
in ./lis.hand, having. ai handkerchief fomhis
liond. ; arid;, upon'; itV'a} nightcap/ br s \twb,
and a . great , cap, % "such 'l as "townsmen ;use. ;
.with-- broad flaps "to / buttori'^under} his
cliin." .They evlderi tlyj; believed 7 in " . keep
ing .their heads --warm, in 'those? days.—
Heal Lh'. ;.:••> 's;- ! }:-; -.^y-^-^r ;V} :
election of officers, which occurs on the
night* bf the : second : Monday |in February ". r
llThe 1 local chapter' of ,the' ; Woman's.Chris
tian r Temperance- Union rare .'now f actively
engaged in" raising'Jfuiids" for'. the purpose
of; ren ting roonis. to> be} used | by ' tHem : 7 as
headquarters ; : for ■rtheir'.f various purposes,
and: also as readings rooms' for: theigeneral
public. The com .mKtee : haying the ■ mStJ^n
[in|^arge{iiag^[s^fa?^m]et|^&|mwh^sjic^
cess, 'and • have; had ] quite T; a. v nice - siim^sub-,
scribed}; to r : aid. them -inUheir^ efforts.' ;.i : :
-?'Tb"-day,'ithe • three' large]icehbuses r at the
Wi^niapMilf'Erycltisj.itute'have been fill
}ed*.with • ice} over fo'ur}: inches": thickr'; Soihe
"eighteen '-team's -were^engaged'a- day.and a
half in hauiirig the'ice a.::dis*i.ance[of.'inear
ly- two miles >from Cameron's '"pond! where
itwas havesCed. :" "v: j! -.-.--.. ".,~ ■-■'. : ..: : : >' :
SCHOONER "SfRUNG^iIEAk.;
Tlie «Celeste,»J.r ai.'^Valuatiie 7; Ship," 'a
1 Total Lo«»:< Near - : Acconiac.^i - '
• ; ONANCOCK; : yAv^ January/
cial.)— The >■ three-masted .rj; schooner:*: •'Ce- :
lest e, 'A Captain.' Payne,'-. loaded .with i guano
andvbound ; froni'-New'.York:: to JBaltimofe; 1
sprang^ aKleak i-ppppsitejl the ' Green I ■ Run
; Station, ': near ; Chincoteague, "^ last >: night
She was runashpre": one and -three-fourths
miles: from -the' ..station J named,"; theocreWj
were i taken ■ care -■ of : by:j the keeper-'of i the
station: :iThe"-yessel^is'. a Itotal-.; loss. ; . She
islamew^oat.'Hhis-belhg^herisecondtrip,
arid : is valued at- sss.ooo, '.with an Insurance
of - SS.OOO.v'.Thei cargo > is? valued i at "510.000;
with i no % insurance. /;.The 1 crew,-;- seven v in
number. "Swere? ■'carried "to .s Chincpteague,'
;and : f rom ; there 'serit ■ to their.i homes in
New York and Philadelphia^ ;;..v . ' , ' •
- r■ . A A Keception; a.t ■•■-• -.;-}i% :■,
15.— (Special:)
Mr. i and * Mrs. : Oscie -LCrumpler." gave • a'>very
elaborate *" teception~, : >Tuesday;;.night •-: in -'
honor^of ithe Hatters '-br^ith'cr.i.Mr. %Wil.
liamson;; of ■Pulaski;-.. who Vis: their rguest?;
About ': forty ; invitations r.were z and
as ?tmany.-: responded^' -EJegahtrJrfefresh-;
men ts ; were", served -in ; dainty vStyte'^d'uring:
the' evening.^v-r ,.";^:.^'- ; ?;v. v~i^vk-;-^?l^:--"Xrl
:;-■ Misses ,'LlUlari,: Johnson;'andJiDaisyVlPer
sons\came v In '.frpm:4theL ; country.? to
thei reception ' of Mrs." Crumpler;'
■Mr. .H'er^y" Archer,-: or Suffolli,".:,was -m
town ■-"• :Wednesday.r. r^ :; -?r.Vr '^i- iv;;-"- .■■.■ '■: ■•■:-■"■
:?-;Mr.'^and' :^Mrs^C.?iLi.ViGrlffln's"S:littie
daughter,^yiolet,;;'wh6 'has -•,bee»?sick,*; 1 -is
improving./. ";H\- .; ;i; '" -"■;""^"^v"""^ ; --; : ' ;.-.-• Tji;-:;
t* Mr; ? : - an d : -M rs.-> Tali fer ro.s formerly --Miss
i-Daisy«i -Daisy « Chapmari.'fe are '-. guests fof r ; Mr- g and
Mrs. : Ev t^ ■Joyner.:- ■-^ v " ;;'^; -^.'v K^
J - Mr. ■ K.i'E." Johnson Js' ; mo.ving-h.s3i family,
into W his vjnew.' ./residence; i oh
Court ■sti'£et:aWhen ITc6mpleted';theihouse1 Tc6mpleted';theihouse
will s be L one . of < the * pretties t ; residences \in
town.
«/J^^//<ll
Ibriric^coloi^to the cneeKsp
feels, cureconsupationi
* f amilv T idedicines; - oOla^
% ■ - -< . < . "
TI4PY WANT PCnill CDC
! COMMISSIOBi JMBN » SAT£ HUCKSTERS t '
iAREfSMARKETJS SAFETY VALVE.'. 1
%bVANfli^^MGo||^lil(sii!
placing; of, 'Snriiitts on iStreetit;Bringrs|
" " ' - :^H
s -''; D6vrn";,tlie i'Prices—^Would'^ lncrease ;
;-;%//./-5' • : /i/.: v }";. -:x/v-;;>;- '//•■ V'":*o : . ''■'J'B.^-P'
: - : ;the -•■ Demand '.-zV oriy Per ■: Cent— A
I^Btottle Roy.ll Imm i nent.
?: v-T.here . is ■: a , growing sentiment ,■ among, r
"the "commission -men of 'this city -favor
ing.: peddlers. • : .. According : to f th'e \ dealers
thel- need .of -.hucksters -was clearly l.'Se-: •
monstrated ■ '• a=: "few days- ago r when }■
. bananas : iwere^Eellirigi; around }lo} and i, 15 \
, cents- a- bunch, 'and f egg-plants -.eleven. \
crates ■ : f dr . the :-, lump • sum .- of 50 'cents.
}UTere : peddlers f'aiibwedl 'join - : . }the streets -; of
'the}'clty theri?would^the};gjlut(of^bananas '
' hayevbeen} relieved,: the: .:pbor}'}supp'liejd x
"with{fruit"at'}a; most • reasonable >'and"j jat£ %
'tracUve^flgurej}and}noVpn'e^riot' ? eyen^ : :
jretailers-r-injured^beca'use the? people? who
4 would}s buy ■at - 5". cents'- are- not :tliat*(class \
; who"? pay '-,15 } and > 20 1 cents -a i dozen'} regu- ; :
iiarly.;fpr^this fruit ■■. -,^ ,*, *- .- :
y.x Commissioh^meh }jclai rai that hucksters )
'■ act -as 'a. 'safety- valve'j' ■to.vthe.irnarket Candj ;
| iwithout^peddlefs.l, the .wholesalers,} com-, •;
['.mission'- men," "shippers. of .ifrjiit'.asidiyegeV ,
i -tables', and ' the , purchasing public; are : at- a' ■
dis}advaritage}in}selliiig'or'consumirig(Tthe ;
' products.^Through 7-, the'} absence
I of 'peddlers", there fis Slittlei'or' nb^competi^ .:
tibn, ■; therefore., the ; public ; pays-: the ■ price.-; j
' \ lav/.' which" Is winked} at; \ it Us ,said; -. '
'. in ' Norfolk,';' Portsmouth- J Danville, > :-• apd
oihef cities ".thrbrughout : the "State.;, is ;:here 1
considered} by jisoriie'^of Jthe}ablest'.law
. yer's' in .the "pro fession'}as ; ra'-*piecerbf:; class
-legislation;" while ?ohe ' member; of ; the'bar
who' is -intimate, with' the^ laws governing
the;}citylhas}.uhhesitatingly }said;it.Awas- ;
'the}' most': iniquitous i---la.w':passedV:by.'}the:
■ LTeklslatu're since ; the civil iwar! } By,^ pro-.
h;ibltingTpeddling:tHe'cityiiS;-curtailing-}its
revenue;; It.Ms";said,|or,aff the license ; was
made; $50 ■ there } would ;be ; 'enough-' taken
out „-,tp'}. insure }- the -^ city.? more y.reyenue}
than"; it'- no w": derives / from fail '■ fhe}Cretail
men -in ithe- city' put -together. ' .-}.".
;-._-;■■■- • ;. ; --what-,they^ ask for. .„- •:j.^,;.
} : In ; , making va'Tplea": % fpf "the peddler.}' a'
. member ■ of ; one -of ' the v largest : and i most '
reliable^ commission Chouses :.}in';the"'citv
■ said :.>:wo lafe'i asking- only h for ; •the Vpri.:,
:vilege}:pf}:beingf able':-^.to /put -Joiir .Vsurplus.
produce" upon : the 'streets;'..especially.'}when '
;the're} 4 |s .■:a\- i glut,-Mn ! ; ;"aiiys.particulafAllnej
iii> order ; to '^protefctV prices . and Ito f; keep
burZmarket^ from yg6lng}f to .-wreck ■as, : js;
evident : )from';th"e j condition. For
5 we";"are* forced ftp :6elU apples; at
-^auction jf or $1' or. $1:25 a'}ba"rrel ; that should
: bef bringing ;:at ' least } sltt "more."-; -and ,thls
additional.'.: price. '.we;. would '.;< ge.t.ifpr the.
farmer arid -ourselves 'if -. we ""could ."dispose
•ofJthese^ap.ples-yaround'tt'he^outskirt^S^
"the } ; city ;''. where ;} people * are :■•: anxious £to
. buy; ;but:are^ without .'reach; 7Sfibuld-;}we
be"'.grarited .the :■ privilege / of •peddling , : ,we
can-: increase I the Z demand v4o :' per "cent; "• fa ■
this city, 'and 'benefit : ; 99' per 'cent.^of- ; the.
people V including ; '- tlie. •- farmers ■'. and .•;_£ rult .
growers -^of 7 J the »}• State, r as i-it Vcertainly.
means Vmo're ; money Vf or. i theiiy produce. "Aj -1
■ "\Veare among the^highest- taxed "trier^
chants •: in '_ the State,''and jshbuld'be Jal-'
lowed some'; : way .'Mn*.- which'.; we\rhlgh't';in
crease ! our business - rather;-; than-.; havalit
■ deteriorate.-' /,: ■-} '} \ , s v .■ , ■ -' •.■..■ •-."-.. ■■'*,)
--•■■ "It "is": a fact^that. this- 'ls\ the ; only.; State":
in' 'the United , t where - they : - have
such }ai discriminating} law.". We ;do/:riot J
ask ' to ' haye'jtlie}bars - taken i dpwh . and -.to
'allow?' anybbdj*;'} and ■"everybody-:. I . peddle':,
i goods on -our. streets,: but-;we'do; wantjthis |
: power placed" 1 in "the >hands of -reliable i
■merchants .who "'have .the- interest: of our
city»i and j State'} at*, heart. We ; are .y the}
agents i}of .,' the ,:[ farmers/", and > producers; J
'throughout- 'the^ State". and : there.-. is^riol'J
"reason why we should -not: have '.the [same
as . the ;: f a rmers^of ) Hanover} arid *
: iHeKficpv. counties," who.;: send
■• '■ help' :'to }: this -; market, ' not \ only ; ■' to ."jseil.
' their.own j products, "'but -to -buy "and" ped^; I
dle : as home grown \Btuff^ vegetable's;" a.nd |
I fruit' that ;is -sold' uponVour streets.}*".} I
"*. V/ --WANT/AN INSPECTOR;: W}.^ |
-"To ■ those} critics -who' believe- that ; ped-- j
dlers - disseminate ::urihealthy v and .rotten i
food ■••'wey. would }say' that' no "one would/!
.welcome } the ■: "advent . of } a . pure * food ~- iri4. !
spector ■. more ; : than y. the , : commissionV mer-".
}cha"nts:Vpf':.Rjchmbndi':.vThat^is^'w.h"at:fwe".
want.i.'lt:'.w6uld...'help";our - own?; business"
"to^have ;thisi kind r} of stuff ;' condemned^in
■ the^ hands"; of >. the -railroads -or}-' express
companies.;. V'7.->?'-/£ -.''-'• *•'. : '~^- :- '■'*?.:'.'■ - ■' -> -
FREDERICKSBURG AFFAIRS-
jVet'l dental,- Shooting- -at KWideWater^' 1
' T- • Rediwtrictins of the Stale. j
r • "FREDERICKSBURG; V YAm 4' JanuaryJlS; ■
(Special.)— While 'jplayfullytstruggllng:: for
the 1 possession ,of a'rey6lver'at;.Widewater. ; :
in •- Stafford: icounty, I,,''yesterday,';?;':1 „''y esterday,';?;': David;
Prince .;Ucolored)'"iwas • seriously;' wounded '•
by.Hhe' accidental Vdlscharge 'of -: the ', weap--:
■on,-, which |was ' ; in;'jthe'-. hands-, of^another ■
col6red"iman. jr The -ball .-passed ; vthroughi
; Prince's -right"' lung.7 and " his ; condition ris
serious,'-' though V his "phj'slcian^'thlnks Vhe
will recover."' The wounded man'complete- :
ly. ; exoneratedfhis;companiontfrpmi;blamel,.
'-i.-tA.ti? the - Female Charity: -School: ; here:
' Tuesday: evening,'- the? new rooms % donated
by •Mrs.'.-RobertaiGarnettrMorris.t.of»thiSj
ci ty,;" were.: opened .:for.the*.flrstitimer:Tand
iailargei: crowd £was~ present: at?aj.-silver'
tea, "given; by "the ; trustees Jnihoribr^of: the"
occasion.-.^-:' ;' ;r v ::;■'-■- ; -;'.-. : ". ■---;-:-v^ ::■ -?<:•.->!•''".<■
; ' Mrs. -i S; $G. -Wallace ' delightfully.^ enter-"
tainedUhe. Ladies' ".Euchre. Clubjat;euchre;
Txi esday evening. [The .first -prize was ,won?
by^Mrs.v,C. T E. : Dickinspn, r H:ofi- Richmond,';
andlthe.sseconrTi-byiMrs.' J. ;' ,Sr
i .Those X present "., were V, Mesdames--'; John zlT^.
] Goolrick, :.-. J. -. Stan sbury V- Wallace.- : "VVf^i D- "
Carter^iH: ; vH.>' Johnstonr7i.» A:i-Rahfloiph
•Howard/; Charles; C/ißowlett.iEmmaSMsr?-'
tin.r.andl' : Missesnyirgie;vCarmicnaelr'and
f Florence- : Clark;;:-K r^':;--;--: ; .r^^^ '•',•: i-:-t.ix'. r4ii
; rlous- opposition : exists ) in « the -FJirstV; Cls
trict ?. to ;■■ the $ transfer -: of ? TPredericksburg'
and I Spotsy lvania; to ; the": Eighth." it' is;nev- f
\er theless vi true 'j. that i a : . large ? number S6t
: Dehiocrats \ here's and in.-i the jf county^ will ; ,
; .welcome*".the -> and V as; a:\whole-: the '-
move ?jvill s not V.be .unsatisfactory % tP.^the
,"people;here.S.Politicallyjspeaklng,^Fre(le-;
ricksburg \is | too ";f ar - removed g f rbm V the
' centers of •■: the * First v District. ;■; and |? exerts ;
but-- small; influence.! the-; cpunties*downr
JtheKrlveltalways^dictatfn'gAthe^nQmln^-i'
tioris%This *pleasahtt trade Srela-1|
l tlonsiwith:;.the.;ri.ven.vcounties,S ; -ibjit*poirti-fi
callyjthey. trC-at.FredericksburgjVand'sthJs;!
;end* of sthe;district.'inr f act,<as inaugtitlra*
-the';; equation." iThefchange.v'lfs made. ! ;;-will r i :
: create? no great -'arnonut ; of • dissatisfaction ";
;-here.^;*; : ;': -*>•<-■" * •■"''■_■■*'*'>'■ •-'■<•:,-'*■■'.
breathed:his last
| while the storm raged..
Ddath' of '-'i'lenry •'.aiullinhx^ »' !i»ictnr-
. esciue Mpuuta»neer,rd£^llij-U-.;- ;.-'
i-;:-,.- Ihssil— Dome Aivny-iii'u - =
liMprovlsed irenriie/
. : MONTEREY. V-W January ]5.-(Spe-.
cial:)—Tl« message
; theiwires , early£ thisjrnorningr/f announcing]
•• Ule^deatfa^ of ;j Mr?
in every sec
aiorij of {the county.' '
ipHeywas'a typical mountaineer,, a .valued
fcltla¥n^and£aJg«dd,^ki^^2d?inan§F6r^a?
|tyrSp parish? farm ; - ;*lri:;^ ■lowerjprabb^itolm?!
-^ajid tin/ this fca^^^^
■^w^^tte'^fflclaJs^aß(J^rmT>H_c^a.ffair^^pfj
Ithefcpurit^
.j'lsolatedj.han^^^
;.seyeH'^mlle9?.weat?sof i;tb'e'r;lseautl!ftjl^brtie;
grass vC^b^tto^gwh&a^at&fdi
the eavirdumeotsyofsoM" deer < Uckß^axft£
bear wallows; -a«d 'ail ths rugged/;sr£U&|!
■ jettr ; tfc'at v contributed ; "so • largely Ita ■ ft**.
L'iiappiri«m'< and rdiiigbt of : the ■ triie iaouts;
•*Wie«-«B«-«p«t«oma; : he- Uvrf-oaatantfr;
I-Vrt «n«1-afor*Ti?rht:j«ro. ; !Trh-Ti th« .'-'srrfm.
„ - - .tjsssh®
Were Married 5 Years Ago 11
• . ... .:■■... .-■ •:.. ..<.-•-.'■, • -■ -^ . . -.■"■-' ' - ' '' V '^*:"T" ■ '-*. " 'H| I
-;--/.//.:- -..Hefhad.a small salary/ In. 5 years they saved for .; ' . . •. }j |
-"' -"■■■■"• : -'this''housel'' J How they and-00-others 'did it.-on an- \
i f --, -• :■*, 1 , V*-* '"-./. : ;^«-^- : :v ; :-} :^'^';-:^}:}.:-;: .■ .-;}^- : },^}. ; ; i
V Average Salary of $15 a Week: None Higher Than $30 |
Is;told in the "wonderful series, "How We Saved
HwUi'-*'-- I '"^ * n • " ' *** j
The January Ladies' Home Journal
■ 10 -CENTS ON EVERY. 'NEWS-STAND
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i-\ ,' ' ". . ' '-!-r.7T1f.\..'..' .".' ' cl' 'ThVCurtls Pirtllsliinjr Company; Philadelphia, Pa. "' , ~\V "':"'-;' *
f .-. ;ys^.i.j!&^ : .'ih :'^V^'-^'::/'^-^: '^V^'-^' : :/'^-^- :-^V : v::4-A: : ".^--'~ : -0^--.7- : '^>^^^^^
monster," which :hceds;neitherr.theywoo^3s
miari'sfrifle '• nor ' the most; plaintive • prayer,
earner suddenly .■/•to.^.the' hqnie.N
: claiming,^ first, -'the wife l and - mother; Jaridj
ltd-day*Sr; the"v husband ."ahd •. '• bead : -Vof> : tie
■ household, £ The . Mulllriax v home ;.W"as , sit lif
ted l " in /close . ' proximity'; to :, some ,of
;flne^?territoryiOf;thV;AJlghaniej^
served -"as 5 headquarters";' f or ' iriany,. a'vbah'dj
of'. wealthy," ivislting. spbrtmen-^vMriiiMul-
Hnax :- had , groiyn [f arnllar.:,w.i th ifqot;
him, : and '; he" was [riot ;■ only' a? jolly;';' pleas- :
ant: companion "orT these"- protracted 1 hunts/
bii t : an " indispensable^ guide, < arid % tha.iin
nouncement; of .his ;death : will ';b.e . : fec'eiv-;
ed with"; sorrow t.by ';, city.; sportsmen, 7 . who
; knew.' and; "valued him in ..this > capacity , ;
and ••who * en joyed : ; the": hospitality |of his
humble hbmeVamon^Hhe,mountains/.-f .-
.-.. j It , wasT this 'trained old . veteran L ot -t the
Alleghanies . j.who,".^ last -\ ± fall, : , ; headed - a
' searching .IpartyS in : anxious .quest' of *llr:
Sivß.lHagei :a B;;&:;O."officiai;^of.ißock
villeV :Md,V: who;-;withi,three%companions^
ihad lost* his ;way' and? wandered^fo^thir
ty,-Bixr; Jiours in. : the lonely, desolate re
gion ';■ into . which they "' had in
search' of -big"? game.' /"DuringN'iast'vSum
?mer,- his =: ; home was also ' the : i\ camping
ground :\ of engineering-: corps > while- en
r'gaged; in ;. ruhnirig -. experimentaU>surve>-;3
east and ; west V across ; that -"ih'onster : pile,"
: the • Alleghariy, ., which 1 has .well-nigh , prov
ed-an; msurmountabl'i.;barrier-to i railroad
building . across/ the , twq^yirginias.; , ;
-:-Mr;/MullmaxVas : about 69 "years old;
and ithe"; father of a, large .family. - most
of i whom'- have - grown to rharihooa - and
womanhood., For j several /days : priori to
3 his a death, ; the most severe . storms '; have
been ' r a glng,' and li t was ■ f ou nd ; impossible
to ' reach the Mullinax home (with; Jany, sort
of -modern vehlcle.i> The; burJal;; case- pre
pared; for ..the 7remains/;pf rthe.igood .old
manr was! -therefore; placed \on;. a- sort.of
dray, made } of - two ■poles, 1 and. with - the
assistance < of V- a /: horsVjv; the "improvised
hearse -was .pulled :: t and- pushed with Mylll-
ing ihands. i-ove^hum.berjessijsnow/ .drifts
and r - through .l a 5a 5 biting, ; zero^;tempjera.ture
far « out " into '% the : ' "back*;- woods." where,
death, in \j so short a ; 'time, had
such" havoc; It Is mentioned as :arstrange
coincidence that.:; per hops years
a"gb r -thls i man's"brother.vMr., James ;:Mul
linax, and % his '< wife.'ftwere ' hurled > in i the
same their V death,- being; due;. to
fever, while these . two died ; from -. pneu
moriial'-ic^ •• : :. r f ■y-,'::^'\', : y- '..■': ■': , ■
AX OBJECT : IiESSOX.
'■'?-■ In a Reataiira'nt.-r'':
: *^^ e ~'y o ' 1 J
"never; noticed / in V any« large-' restaurant at i
-lunch or "dinner time ; the -_large 'number , of
, hearty,' 1 ; vigorous /old ;'men~at.V: the "• tables;
: men '.whose > ages -run/ from '• 60 ,; to} 80 : years ;■
i"mariy^f them -baW^ and 'allTof. them- gray,:
;but^none Jof^,theni)feeble;or;Senflej? ,i- v;v-;
i'?;. Perhaps -. this'; spectacle;; is /so X common ; as
■.•tVi^^:'<sci^^,;ydur^ob"seryationypr'.com-; -
;ment,'-'butrneyeEthele*ss2it-,ls};}ah.;-object
; lessonlwfiictfvm^nsr»3me;thing£ << : ", '-, \ j- - ;,
•^•lf.lyou^wlll > r^tlcesJwhat;tthesefh~eartyj
. jthatj fifiey.y axe- DotVmunchingr^bran -. crack-r;
. on ~thV contrary; v-th^^
juicy_ roast of ib'eef^Va'rpro't'erly'ttirnedilblh"
■ of ; : :muttdii.-r.-Sftd } oven- ..(Qie^deaaiy-fb'roflSl'f
! ;lolfet^ -is^ot' aUbseih^r 'Jgr^^
j V?. 5 The; point "of rail .- this \ is; that <a /vigorous;;
:plepty '}o,f^whVplesome^jfftq^^JaTi^'/pot^upon:
>dietifis>aTid/ah" ; eri'deaVart
'.crackers 1 .-' - "-- : "*-' : '• :: v-•-•v -•-• •';*■" ■•':•"• v :Tr
£*' .-There »; is ;a.f certain iclass: of 'ifbod s cranks ;
v^^oraeex^itp^b^lteve-that^i^V^pae^^an'dij
■raany.ipt^r7goo'<^
'butvthesefcadaverpu}^
:~vidualsTare*.£aJwa&in^^^^
their own theories. '.•-"".. ..' -"- ,
U '/rhe jinatterJfnTa'; nutshl|H';jsithatiif Uhfe:
stomach .. secretes ;} vthe'; : injLtpj^lvf digestive*
juices". 'inf. sufficient? quantity,! any^ywhole-*
rsome7fO£dv;wiT^
ftfieTstoinaeh^ddVsVtt^^^
''foodsf oods ; r causet^f distress; *i one^dr-/ two i'r of
I Stizart'sy X>yspepslav&TabletS2iaf terieachi
'mealSwillivre m 9Yejs^ l^^^cy*^be^ußei
ftheyTsijppiy3ust^yat3ye^Jw_eakistPiS^
i ach -I lacks;A pepsln;- : i ; l acWv;
'diastase and nux. - - -
vDyapepsla|Tablets do-, not|aet^
'uppWthe/'.bowels, ami In fact ar«^ vjots
strictly a'" medicine, as they ,xtt almost!
'ettlfely'v^n^th^fopd^teniidigestingrJlt::
ithdroughlyj and jthusfgiv^esf a-: much needed!
=r est^and?givlng ?aii?;appetitc < for. tne|next}
i• . Of i people v who -, travel,;.., nine.;, out ; off; ten ,
fuse^- Stuart's jpyspepsiaf v Ta^eti^
|th*e^^Mg^^erfcgtl^^|^S^S^^^MiS^
?tline.'--and.also •havins.^found out "bygexr]
perience -that they arc a safeguard
[against !indlgestionV in \ any \ form, 5 and fjeati,
■Ing'saSthe^jhaveHb.i'at'an'-houra-.'and'aH:
iktads of 'food, the travelUhsVpubltc'fdr,
vyea.rs.ha.va pinned their faith to Stuart's
tablets;' "■ . r£&zs
-*V?iiill| drogiisCsl sell* them-rat aorcent^sfor]
We Solicit Your Orders For
PURE ICB,
' 'Made of Distilled City and Artesian Well Water. -; , j
_•' ""Phone or -leave- your orders at the TRANSPAEEOTICE'
"W!OllKS,> corner Adams and Canal streets, or ■: -If ->- ' :
Hermann Schmidt,
iSOOi 500 East Broad Street, v ...
WM. C. S€HTIIDT & E. G. SCHMIDT^ Managers
AREPUBIiICANKPAPER;
3fny Be- Started In :l»yncliburß— W-^ C
■ ] : :-... " T -- Pendleton to :Be;Edltor. '":[--.■ ■ -.; '•
:v^TAZE\y^l»p;'>. ; yA;";^;VJan«ary'.:-is.V(Spe'*'
.ciaD-^lt; Is ; hefe' that a Republi T .
'can daUy;3Jli^soonV. be; established jlri\the :
State.*! It -, is! thought '\ that ■ Ly nchb.urg^will
be -"selected" for 3 its : location^b'yjreason ; 6f ;
: i ts" being . aicentral }. poln t; r' \ It is -"rumored ;
that?: Colonel VW.-C.'- Pendleton, editor} of
• the" : Tazewell t Republican, -J may Jbe chosen
tb^ conduct ; the editorial' departaient ; of Lthe.
'paper. ,It»is* thought^ lnlthls{section> that
i this ;. would } beta Iwlse j selection. J for -while
ihis ; : editorial ~ work -5 In ; the STazewetl j vße*;
"publican Z is J criticised, ■>■, and y f requentlyi re^
gardf d'\ as extreme and -bitter/- yet -no one
i doabts i his ability ■^as^'a'^rlter.-^Thls '.
..niovement u for- aV State ; Republican ■daily,
may? have ; started ; in \Tazewell.V:lt "should
'be' borne in I mind that ; tnis :■ Is i thej banner
c'ountyjofitrie State. \from? the; Republican'
'standpoint. ,;andt that *Mt? was i here; that
: General [>MahoneV sought :*cbmf ort* and \ rest
.when^he ■-was.. ostracised \ ln % the "Eastern
part : of -Virginia. "'.-'I It i was}: here,",; too,- that
'. one /of our -Democratic"*' citizens i said 'to
Johni S. Wlse:".when ; ! he running .]for.
G dvernof, r that , the here .would
ostracise ~ii the"?-- -Republicans }.by t J for one
thing--^-that-the^ Republicans' were in ad
vance" of " them- in. numbers,^ wealth and
"culture, \ and.' the ; Democrats j liked . to t as
sociate' with" them. ,>";•/:." ; ■--. .^ ;' ■ ' //•/ '
UEXINGTON'SiQUdTA^OF NEWS.
Mar j-iaeeT* at: Gosheinr-Hcavy.-P'reliElit
ShipmentJ^ye<eran«-Elec^Ofl(cer^
V LEXINGTOIC/r - VA:,'t Jannary 15.— {Spe-^
•"claU— Miss TMary : Canter/Beard.'r- ffaugh-;
ter:of Mrr:Jacob*Beard, r >ofsthe.-East;L l ex-.: |
ington Bectionhv-was'marrled ' to ,Mr.~ThoniT,- j
as- iJ." Copper.^' of V SouthSßiver \vldnity,:
."Wednesdays at ,Goshen.:.Kockbrldge coanr. ;|; |
ty.. ' ''.''"''
" . * The ' cbu pie "d rove ' from :• th e : bride's home ;
t o : Goshen; where : , the rceremony,*: was" p^r I
;fo'rmed ' by : the) Rev^L.VJR/: Markwood. The }
i newly-wedded couple^will spend someitlme. [
.with jMr. vCopper*s ; mother, I who .resides
near Goshen. V'v'-Vi , ' " "*
Jv.DurfhgvtheTpast^year. .maeh" business i ;
"«has >been» done • in ;the T -.way uot : shipmentsj 1
•Sy g the ; United 1 States" Express "Company^ ;
whose 'a"geh't-:lfer^:fe ■ Mr.^Kobert -Hi; Gfl-j ;
ilock*He-;rep"Rrts^tljat>Jln^l9o2=Tßs3i crates,; -
•or. -25,530 • do'zep 1 eggs i ha ye | been | consigned ja
■ tp> U'ortlifern' I : "cfties;? as were. also-"; 342 .' coops^
i'oY-'f owls;'iwhich >weleh?d -: 24.a92; pounds] and •?.
•numberedtin.?all?s.l3o?fpw][s. ; sThe|amount:- 1
■-o? ibuslness 1 in" cash ?f.was 2 $t.8W.50; \ an s in- m
"crea sei of i $817.06 ' overithc iprevious. t gear's m
=suslness^doneibyfjthe;companyihere.v^-g;i
a smairi station", on sthetNor-".-^
-f ojk A and i. v railroad. .*: claims I the p
; lead I In i freight 5 shipments ' flurlns - the fpast o
iyear>33%From <? that there ewere;
;shrppedil.ol; shrppedil.ol3 ' full f cars \ of ; various ilvlnds ; of,
f ref ght ? over^ Qic one railroad \ which - passes]
the-i small town \
•across country^ which v ;was^ built \byj
Ithe Hate ' James; E: Ai there iwere'
ialsoiheavy.s shlpmentsimade' overi a ■] single'
i.road;sthe;'Baltimoresand=iOhlo.7:T,he con
! slgnmentß | f romlthat: point tp;63 ;
-carsi^of drv-eJstock;-:Such?asjCattle riShogs;lr i Shogs;l
ijandi'sheep^Tti'ofshay^lSJofrrallroad^tries."
I ; 25 'of; wheat,> 28 ; of ; lumber,* 2- of piling,': and t
i?r of scrap: iron.- - ' -
t s^Atl the/artnual 1 mcetins of = the ; l>e- Jack-i
j * of >Unl ted § Conf ctferate^yet^
! ; rani's-' here.-^ the T ;i f ol!owlngij|ofScers ji were ,
■.'elected : i tors the iensuingiyearr! Captain ?J.l
! Prestoii-Mobre.^coinmander;i assistant I in-
S spector-generanbf fthe' .Tenth '^Vlrgihla* IMs^ ';
-itript^J^Scott^MoorevTiflratSiHeuteriant-;'
| ■commander;* A.^ r Ar%Waddelli'lsecpndsl!ea^
j ?tenant-commander;iSEdwa"rd ?'5 J A^ Mdore^
i, third i lleutenant-fcommander; sl-W^Calvint
iStuart,S adjutant;? Samuel MkSMopre,! ser-^i
lgeant-majPr^Rey,^l>r;**^bert^J.#Me-i
j Bryde^i chaplalri-giTheS rolls 1 2,500;
f'sbldierstinitheiCdnfederate^servlcesdarlng;
I ith'ejclvilv war i f rom^Vßbckbrid^e ?courity;f^
' pi
#.3Xa}or!s Howard has s received^ a; 1 notice {
I from f- Captain 3 Gardner.m Chief g ofg Police;
;soflßeidsvJ!lc:tN^C4lasldn^sthat%s£iloo*ri
-out 5 ? bed kep t -ifori 1 s UenryriUnderwood gana .;
-■tbatApTa<e~rpfllarcia»;',vA s .tei^ar4:o^
lEssentiallythe I
Watch and
Diamond *:
People. I
:~ We have the .resources^ talent^ J ;||
and: experience^ for >- ;
li
mits of ' neither : loss nor dlaaatis^l 1 1
:-fa(^6n.'to;'oiiff."OTatpmeryi^We ba^ | ru
largely because W5 sell largely. - 'J3
Large buying makes low'sellibg -h
■ possible, vwhile preserving a high ; • >
standard jof quality at ; the same f \ '$
Kohler, VI
JEWELLER.
I 209 E Broad St.
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: a L««th«r Drt«» Sail C«s« i jjj
la an Idnl Christmas Present " j*!sb&.
•; ComS'liad see^th«"ele2a»ftr«tjle«)wo"Ziaw !|
• - ..::,- • .jQß6rece 4 vca,- ' •- *--. ;
s Ve>CfflijSiifly You at ,s6^jf
'■^Vfkind-tlwtTOtt'-hAve;^
i marked at $zo.co.
1 -;*.We carry a fuU line of . -:^S
■ : .. ■ --SUIT'CASES^^^fei
ifandicanlgiveSypttf special j.valuea;thi< 3
season." '"" " ---W&
I Shoe and Trunk House, -:
- . - *~ ' - ■ ■>« ■* _ . - ,~ , . .
"coat is of -"..waterproof material - aa^Jg fatsi
lined blank© t-Ukeajgopa^i^^A-swpl
ward X will i paldJf or|j the « rt tara (o£| tl»4^
coat to sroad^sjtree^engin^hOasßKg
be sure and use that • old \ and.wel^trttcti
remedy Mrs. : wmstowf*iSootl>tnsla3pW^i
"forfchliaren 1 § t«etbl^ ! gf lt| sooUiiai|«ttii|
!lcvrjes|ws^XcoUc^an^^|^vte»il»sil^^f^j|
for"; dtarirnoeia.- • Twenty-nTe centn"'a^ bot- ■
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