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f&UIGIOX. AJTD CCLTCRB CAXXOT
. BOATWRJGnT.
;TALKS TO BAPTIST MINISTERS
T^» Sxii.taiucd CSiristja^ity Apart
from Denoailnatiounl Scbooli-d
rr(f C « ! Co B .o«i w jojj 0 j of Ri«Hxuond
Colle^e-Tho Kdacfttionar Con,
mission. •""' : - '■■■'.■'..'■'.'■-.■''■■ - - " : ■ '
"Denominational Education." the
?£*££ V^ y '^eitliiff P-pcr
read^ by rrcf es*br.;!soatWTlehV ' of - Hith.
nond Collc^/hcforc the l3 3 p?S mlnStK
in their Conference • thi« r tnoraJhe ™'" ' * " •
"upon his treatment of thc,subjecL~ar<s-it
prlntca.-.;and, clrculattd.-' The l .rca'aJtiff ' of
the pa per was followed by a! livelyfthbu'sh
fncnuiy discussion, in which" Dr ! J- B
HawUiorne, C. S. Gardner : W.'r' jJ
flmlth,; W.. E. Hatcher, and: Rev. M. Asb
t?y Jont-s, took part. : .'■
Mr. Boatwrightspokr of the large in
terests Baptists havo in education, "arid
of the work they arc doing in Virginia
u-.d the South. .Mention was incidentally
made. too.r.of ther .active part"". Baptist
fTovernors in- tlie South are taking in the
discussion of, oducationarrproblcms. He
referred to lh e large: expenditures made
for education. by the national government.
by States and by. dcriominatibris. and
acknowledged that many were enquiring
whether the 1 - results 'justified- the expendi
tures. ■ ; ;- . \ .:,■■ *::'
Coming to the question of present de
nominational /problems' in -.Virginia, the
question was a'skea whether : the reasons
for, the existence cf de.'.on.inatJonfil
creeds are as cogent :and ; as .powerful. as
formerly. It* -was admitted; that these
rtssons were not so numerous, but at the
came time urged that strong arid conclu
sive grounds for, the .maintenance of "de
nominational ■institutions still exist and
will always exist., . . • . . -
• RELIGION AND ; CULTURE.
Denominations can never ■.dissociate", re
iigion ana culture"., in the 'training .of
youth. It ; caanot hand over the: training
of its leaders to .others:- the. United : " States
might as woll give up West :*Poln"t" rand
Annapolis. Denominational life -must hot
languish, on the intellectual side, i*
"The teachers in denominational schools'"
ie said, "are also educational? mission -
aries. and "we cannot dispense with their
BervicßS. it is worth while to maintain
denominational schools for the beneficent
Influence they., exert on other schools. So
far as experience teaches.vwe do not find
RCtive, sustained Christianity 'apart from
.•senom:nation; the only.; school: therefore,
that, in the nature of the . case, can; bo
consistently and "actively religious; is; the
school under denominational control." -
"Not only do; potent reasons /still exist
for the maintenance^ of denominat'onal
schools, but the ; careful observer, may
discern- fciiegleams of . the better times
coming. It' is'; true: .that. competition" is
etrong; that ,denomiriationar'schobls'_are
E€\-erely handicapped r by '^ free -tuition . in
other institutions; and .that" in the; face
of modern; educational demands our pov
erty is - almost appalling. TVhile r these
things may makeus anxious,- they 'should
by.no means cause us •to despair. • . .
"No new colleges are being founded.
The number of properly, prepared students
Is already growing,, and. with the great
attention now-- being : paia to Becondary
•education, this number must rapidly in
ci-ease. If our. higher schools are efficient
they must have their share of these'stu
dents. The present strength of our schools
fci proper ty,"\ in .' honorable . history, in
alumni. Tin services rendered 'to the de
nomination, ;'• are all guarantees, for the
Steture.- ■- .; -'- . ' : .
RICHMOND COLLEG3 VANTAGE
'GROUND.
"Richmond College has, grea.t vantage
ground, by reason of its location. What
ever be the 'stress-- .and strain, to which
ether denominational colleges- may be
subjected, this" institution, so trisely plac
ed by our fathers, -will be . able to .endure,
Richmond is a great resource^to any ;i col
iege; Not'only wiinosal "pride ana neces
s'.ty: furnisb~an appreciable part .of.:- the
patronage. . but the history and cultural
treasures of; the cit\> Itself .constitute a
priceless c-duipmeni, Athens. ; in the: days
of Pericles, was an university . in itself,
and to a larger 'degree than the Outside
world imagines this Is; true of Richmond
in the twentieth centuryi" . . --; „
Dr. Boatwrlght" afterwards 'indicated
fully the outlines of ; what is known, as
the Maine plan of; corelatlon, by.; which
til schools co-operate, under a central
board. ~: He suggested an arrangement
vrnerc-by a consolidation might , be^effected
between Uie trustees 'of. ; rJchmotia| Col
lege and the present educational-«oramis
sion; thus bringing about' entire \ harmony
In the ' educational affairs ' of tbecdenomi
naxlon. .'-, : : ■•''; : .. '■""•]• '•■■-■ ''■- ... '
The paper closed" with a statement of
Sorrie of- the present needs of -inc, various
instltudons, particular iy. emphasislris l the
aeefi : "for better facilities for higher.edu
cation' ■' among -•;•' women:. ■ Dr. : Boatwright
also: suggested' that there .was. a need: for
tlie early ad justmeht of ojur higher edu
cational InsUtutions to the needs of tho
sociological aria industrial conditions "in
the* denomination ilEelf. . .-
CONFER AT MDRRHY^S.
Grcenalioro • CUurcli "" Committee
■ v Guests or Dr. Battle.
The Rev." Dr. H. \\\ - Battle, of | Peters
burg yesterday* met a" ; committee from '• the
Grfcens/boro' ;- Baptist; % church,"; of / Nortli
Carolina, "which recently extended him* a
call;"' at Murphy's; Hotel, : where they took
breakfast together. ; ; The . comml ttee -is
compos'cd of "Professor Jbynes. Euperiri
tendent -oft, public schools,- . and; Lee- H.
Battle.^cashlerV of > the • City ■':. /National
Bank ofr Greensboro. •;. :
I : They" - were* in cojisultation with 'Rev.
Dr. Battle several - ; hours, "- and?' while"'* h«
flid- . riot give .a definite^ answer, /.they
br o\i&h t '. mtVch , pressure • to" bear -on him,
as the church Is . particularly anxious to
Bftcure-' his- services. - ' . >
i Th*e Impression ■ prevails -; that ? Dr. Bat-
Ue will eventually accept.- ; ; '-^ f . i)-
TEXAN OIL WELLS RUN^DRYi
Virsrlnla TnvestoVs Get Stdrtlf nff
* -.--■ '" ?"!*"!?*".' *i^o>«it ; San' JTacfnto". ..';". ; ■
An announcinent of ■-.. interest to many
people ■ in .Virginia: and rother. Southern-
State«. ; is the- fact that'. thef San Jadnto
Oil Company of :. Dallas. Tex.: has l gone
Into the 'hands of the receivers
'Rev. J. B. Cranfili, a prominent Bap-
.'- - -Established in ife ..
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-• E^J I /V|\J C'J^!^'' ' " : : ' ■'..••■■■ .- : ■■'■' ' ':'-. - l , '
For a first-class Piano in every particular, that will serve : :
you satisfactorily for a life time, get the genuine, "f f '■
CHASE BROS, i
GHSSErFiACKLcY >:;j
« CHlltlßii
TOO MANY OF THEM IME.
Tbeir Little Bodies Un^bie
to Stand the Ordeal of"
' fievelopinenU {■■ v
WE THINK! EVERY MOTKERIKI
THIS TOWN^SHOULDI KNOW
ABOUT VINO^€ tv: :
Advise te Groining vj : :
Children. ; }
_^ Is jour boy or girl pale Wd listless?
Do they act* differently. if rbin %otHer 7
children ?i -Do- they; sleep: poorly 'i and
caX poorly ?; Does yoiir boy. avoid ! the ;
sports and GTanies of other boys? : Does ■
your girl" complain of heada?che T and'
find her studies a hardship ?*'.. ."-'■= '
ylf so; you may makeup votirinind
they are growing too fast. ; TKey. need ;
Bomething.to help nature inV her great
vrork of furnishing : :the hecessary"ele
ments f overeating flesh and piviscle tis- !
Enc, bone structure and rich, ptircV red
blood. ':\:J.:'\ ■- r >■ ■ ;'. ■^'■. :/■:■: ■.'
They need a tonic: in the full sense
of. the word and. we can teU Yo\i-what
to'get.- ";-- "■----..":;-- "■: ;'" -^•■-; -'v •-;;-
It is" Vinol Wine "of Cod-Liver Oil; the
great modern re'eonstructor.
like it, it is so delicious to the taste, in
spite of the fact ; that it' contains a
highly , concentrated ' extract -of ; tha
medicinal principles that are found in
cod-liver oil; X ""• ' :;-";"■' 'I:-;.
'";' But; "because the vile-sraeliing; and
tasting- grease has 'been discarded and
all of the other disagreeable features '
eliminated , the bbsefits of VirloV: are '
easily understood." >' '\ ' -:; ;'■' . :
; Vinol acts favorably on the stomach, .
creates . an appetite and enables ithe
food that is eaten to do the greatest
possible amount of good. •• ; -.-; » /
•Follovvingis a letter that be are di
rectlyon this subject:; ; : ;v;y :■_ v^-. :;; .
ct I u ; as all'rundoTvn.and took YJnol..
It did me so much good and it^pas so
pleasant to take that I : gave it to my
children."' Theywere growing fast and
needed something in the Tray of a tbnio'
and I found it to bf just the thing for
them." — Sabah PicKEßpro, 1932 Fall
River, Mass. ■' ' ' ' ' ' ; . /' ' -
- i; We cordially Invite mothers inter
ested in the -welfare of their children,
: as "well as any one else needing a sure,:
safe and delicious tonic, rebuilder arid^
rejuvenator, to call on us: ' : We yvill
gladly tell any one all we know about
Vinol and whyvwe so highly endorse it.
Inasracch as we are always ready and
pleased to refund {be cost of Vino! to
those wbo don't find !t exactly what wo
claim it to be, it will be seen that 'we
are prepared to ,- substantially. Veadorso
enr claims for the; excelleoce of 't&la
marvelous preparation.
The Tragic BfugColpaffl
tlst minister and editor of Dallas, ■■• •was
president of the firm.; Through ; ; his in
fluence many peoplG were, induced- to.in
vest; heavily In the stock.- He advertised
extensively in his .own jqurrjal and; used
other, papers, - religious, arid secular, to
promote' Hhe . interest "'of the-^San' Jacinto
Oii;Compariy. " .;; I ;. •' ; .
. Mr. Cranfili in speaking of ,"the matter
yesterday, in Texas, expressed' the -pro
found sorrow at the occurrence - arid said
that the failure was due ; to "the ; ; fact
that .one of : the; oil wells has fgorie^dry
arid ■ others show the unmistakable' signs
of exhaustion. ; : ■' " *: .•■,•,;■ r-
.;.- Policeman' I"Walton1 "Walton Injured.". .•'■
■Policeman Walton, of the- Second -'Dis.
trict, fell from a. Clay-street, car -at Han
cock and Clay streets about 3~o'cl6ck ; and
painfully; sprained his leg. -He:was;taken
to" h!s home. No. 1020 west \ Clay; Etreetf
where he was treated.
NO WORD FROM RELATIVES.
Friends of Josepli . "Watson Do IVot
■ Seek His Body. - ,
The body of Joseph Watson, the man
who was killed two weeks :agoibri!!the
Southern railway, will not be; buried ; for,
several . days. ;' •■ -■( ,-%.;;-:;.; ?-Jj - : \ . ?:;
| If the man has . any relatives they have
not . been , heard from • and the authorities
have.nbt yef decided : what .disposition
wlir : "bs .m"de':of : the?body.;; '" ■ - ;
FEDERAL COURT TO MEET.
TirentT-Trrb Cases ,oh the Colendar.
Arraitlns'.pecislon. ■ .. s
The United States Circuit Court- of; Ap
peals for the Fourth Circuit wiil: convene
here on February 3ci to hold its -February
term. : Circuit-Judges Goff. of .WestV;Vir
ginia; and Simonton. of. South! Carolina^
and District- Judges McDowell,: 'of the
Western District of A^rcLMa." pv*';y.>-i
diH; of the Eastern - District of : -Virginia, ;
■will compose the court >for;. the -Herm..
Hon/John J. Jackson, District "Judge oorf r
the Northern District : of West -.Virginia;:
was" to'- have been : here as.a; member of
the court, but lias -been relieved foil - 1 nc-'
count, of .sickness; in, his. family.^There
are twenty-twb'cases on the docket _a wait-;
Ing decision, and .It, is- more \than< likely^
thatmost-of them -will be decided- at:; the;
coming : term. r .There -are seventeen* cases
on the argument calendar,; but'owjng, to
the intention of counsel •to 'continue = sev-j
eral.bf them; It Is ; not likely th^tt theoourt.
will be in session over ten days.
'.% DISPOSITION OF. NEW/BOOKS. -
i.Uhder. r as recent act of Congress > suthou^
sand; dollars u-as ■ appropriated u jfoT-? the'
purpose of purchasing' new. law; books for"
the Court : - library.;: Owing. tb> the} lack;; of ■
room in the Judces* : ofaces ithe .new book .
cases" will have to be placed '■ in ; the jcourti .
room-: Deputy-Clerk ;i Claude; ; ls
b<Yirig kept: quite "busy seeing that ; the
tboks: are .all teceived arid ;aVe ; propf-'y.
'stamped.' •' Indexed,':; arid placed: in. T their,
proper places in . the library; v ] ~; r .;^ •• -.•;', ■ , ' •.-.
The court is very,, much : crowded A for.
room, there, being : only • two: rob"ms,:_; of.
very small ; size. ; for j the library Jana^ the .
judges, who : at - time's ; number. ; as 'i jnariy
as- five and six. ■ No} doubt i;whgiif aCt'now^
building is built; aV whole v floor, will
net" aside for this court and .Us otHcers.
The "business of the • court ; for past
year • showed a" marked increiee. \*- i ;...'
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OVER 3,000 SKL\S PREPARED ASl>
OFFERED FOR SALE • ATESTBIUJAV.
RABBIT, SKINNING .INDUSTRY;
**, Has Its Trials and HardaWpa, But
>..?",-:*^-.y.*^y'.LTicra.tlTey.Occ«pati<lii^'
. ':\ s f ** ,Parciia."ies ; Wbre; M^ic Vby'
'Representative* -O £ Northern
:■ „-.■. ' , y ' , ;-.-'■
sta^d^^? B^ ]I^ :^ork , ; .occaalonalty!
or^W.^; ln ,i rellcr ' a Sainst the horde
£;^ cm 5105 10^ lac^ occupations.' In: 'this
r^bf^i^^ Of '^^ Cl^ lzati on= s Wnriing
rabbits:, has; grownt to; bo -an industry ;
I^^K^^^-^^T^Sinii^Tonn^see;
\-~$ *^ Or^ ' c^ ollna^hipptrs'have I ; stop
ped sending thousands;; of.;dresseti:ra^
bits to; ; thi3:market.isome';one here must
take-up ;the;unfmished>work,i:ana; one
! man. about the- Old. Market; makes tHis
I v' tilt il - 1 Re <? 8 ' ELn^- - ? lilns ■ t^ 0 . u ?? nds for, the
..V.Thomaa rL.' ; Clayton, a" rabbit; ■skinner
and .poultry; dresser,-- sold; yesterday on
; the <• open- ■-■ market -.s.m vv o f these . skins,
which he ; bad V; dried and prepared -,the
week beforv;,* andv.ha'i states -ithat.-sp'^far
this season he : has j prepared . Over/ 10.000
,of. .thece furs..; The- skins,- when .dried,
are" bought-up by/ the., wholesale Idealtrs
and * : shipped < ■ north, where < they I ar© v in'
great- demand ■ by "of
Derby .hats.- : Mn:thislwayithe?skin of =a
| defunct ; hare becomes a 1a 1 globft trotter/ to
be worn : at -last -on":-, the.-h ead of stylish
southern .gentlemen: ' /--.:;^- : . i "s .
?I^-; TRIALS 'AND;; HARDSHIPS. ;
The- rabbit-skinning • industry; is not
without "its: trials : and hardships. . Mr.
| Claytor.says \ that»his : wife usually ' helps,
and occasionally-^ when: businesses r very
brisk rone or.two extra hands L ;ana called
; in. But- there are >times ; .when -he a must
do ; most' of the^ work; himself, and then
;he:>has: worked ;•: steadily, .: eating :at
snatched u; intervals, ;*-'; for. - : sev£ntv-two
hours ; op stretch. After one suchror
dealihe-<hadts7s*to chow for.. his : labor!
Lwhich.hft. considers, worth the -strain.
;.^Most-"of ? -the\w6rk- is in the. dead: Of
nlght-or,- along -the; early mcrnirie: -- hour?,
I whenv the::mlst ; bid'ds -the stars.- .'..-itj Is
rthen ithe fur literally flies' and the glit
tering-knives;; scatter lamplight into fan
ktastic blotches>albng-,the:walls::'Yester
day "morning this adept worked »late, and
between s .the • hours . ; - of 4 and . 7: in \ the
! morning skinnedMOl .rabbits and .dressed
forty ' chickens, * which would ; be *• a-:.a '-:. proud
record ifor any ;one- less experienced.*^ it
iis nothing, however, • for ". Mr.-: Claytor,
! for. he has- been: in this, business" seven.
i-years. 7-'/-' : .'i~: :■.■:-.*?•■■ '^v.f.\ ■ "'■"-.:<■-.." ..-■-'
I:• A' LUCRATIVE BUSINESS. •■
j .Mr. .C ay tor -, says f.that the
of ! skinning; rabbits .and .dressing ;. poultry
is .when a.-man has the-con
i fidence of ,.; the trader and does , his work
1 thoroughly.: ■'„ Working V only"; eight -hours
a - day,-, he says. ■ a mai^may- average ■.?&)
a, v. r eek. : While the ...marketmen pay
one-half cent ..a. hure - for ci'canlng, .:tlie
dresser the r skin, .which; t-wheri;
flried.brings fromir to 13 cents a pound.
The-; greatest- profit., is from- dressing
geese . and; turkeys, : which i nv;t, 5 = cents a
head; ducks" come ".next,"-allowing. t .a" profit
; ofrS, cents, while .chickeri3,': which :are l the
i easiest- to dress. ; net 2 vjents a ; bird.. -Mr.
■ Claytor ■-; averages- two ; hundred chickens
a•. day, ..but declares ; he can : dress seven
! hundred, - which -makea a man hustle.i. -J.
!■ j This Old-Market : poultry dresser, now
has; the ; .'cream ;of .> t '•.«; trade.; ..Retail ; ttAa
I' who handle' poulti : ».nd; game, send in
ithgir;. stuff at night :.l send again :f6r it
dressed /-In ••-.the', •mfi ;?. . . Everything ■; is
I! done in'the neater : - ;ui most-businVss,
like-way, and the h - j:-:,eaCn are 1 marked
■gbV the retailer m .. ; get.:, his own- N lot
•witjiout-.troubld or delay. .'As day .by day
I 'Richmond' grows more of a market an ter
I this-, industry 7 of rabbit skinning- has a
radiant- prospect. ; : ■ , - s ' .
RED HAT FOR IRELAND?
Rev. Father Slattery Sayu . 6JCbn- i
: oeli>j« 'Appointment" is.- SisniQcc'nt. I
.'Rev. Father Slattery, '.formerly;, of j this I
city, -. hxs' returned '; to. Baltimore jjf rom-; : a-j
trip abroad.' He is quoted as saying "that •
the appointment of JMgr. ■; Denis; 3£ O'Con
nell,'also; once : stationed in Richmond^-; tc-v
the rectorship . of ■ the Catholic -
means that Archbishop; Ireland^"wiir'be-.
made, a cardinal.',' t • -..;.. \/- '•'-•i-,
- "Has the appointment of Mgr. O'Corinell i
any special significance ?" asked :■ a Balti- •■ '
more "Sun reporter.^ ;•••;. -.-vv/ . !
- "Well,- yes," repllea Father, Slattery, "it I
may mean several; things;. -It is, -of course,)
a,'\iiidieationifor.>lgr. ,o'ConneU. :feut," i
lie r added,-. pausing for a : moment^ and then ! '
saying with' emphasis,' 'if lit' has "any. spe- -
cial signlflearice it: is. that j
Ireland is to'tle s. cardinal.". ''%•_< ;■ ]
-Just why Mgr. O'Connell's appointment i
tp, the, rectorship .of the. university, should j
mean the elevation oflAlgriJ Ireland jj to the
cardirialate .'Father '; Slattery isaid.- he did
not care ;to explain in uetail at this time,
but he. feels ; that that r digriity is" " ln store
for tlie prelate of SL, Paul.:. • .
BARTON HEIGHTS NEWS.
;.,\The' Ladi»s' Euchre Club .tendered the
gentlemen a^deughtfuUcard party, at , the
home of viMrs.'vißhoden,: Barton: avenue.
: Among; the winners; were : ;Miss Mary
Hulcherson. : Mrs. Taylor,- Mrs. RhOden
and Mr. William -Taylor. . :
'Miss 'Mary McMurran,., of Newport
News; is ; the guest of Miss Edy the Cosby,
Virginia avenue. ' ;-.J "'..'- ' ■
Miss Mable; Morton,, of , Richmond,
Is yisi tin c friends b'n the Heights. ; ■
: *The : Ladies* ? Aid -Society '- of \ Overbrook
church will . meet-..' this > evening. at T 4 P. ; M.
at : tho home \of Miss; Atkins, Miller, ave
nue. . - ' ' ' " ' ': .: -
•-•Eddie- S.f Gobdioe,- who has-been stop
■plng atUhe home of Mrs. -.Crenshaw,-.. wi1l
iniitherfuture ireslde Mr: .Goodloe
has ' been % assistants store-keeper J for j the
Chesapeake :• and t Ohio -at 3 Clifton . : Forge,
but recently has-been promoted, to gen
eral % store-keeper for the % company, ; in
Richmond . ,- .", ....■.-•. '■■-r . .■ - ' *
Mrs. Thomas Gardner, -who has ..Tbeeh
quite ill,-is reported 'as very much better.
1 Mrs. John : P. -'• McGuire and her " daugh-;
iter,-Mrs.~ Claudius- Smith, '-'of Washington,'
D." Ci ; the * guests -. of Mrs.- Calvin
Satterfield;" Saturday^ V ' I 4 / . ~\ ■. „ •
..J.Gans. is home. from a.:business ;trip. to
Washington and ' Baltimore: '-:'. .. - : .[ _ ■:■ ■ ;
;,F^ H. Nott, of Brbbkland Park; enter
tained ; ; most - charmingly a'^number, of his
friends at cards Friday evening. .•,.;.'
.-Miss l\nnie : Laurie Pitt, who has been
quite ill, is convalescing. .
: Miss Lucy . Jones," of Louisa, Is visiting
relatives, in Br^oklana Park. - . , >
/-ißoliof honb'rlf^^oftn^A^l^pcnoolKpE
week v ending ■ Jan. v 16 : ;.'i r Herbert i: Melton; :
Cliff ord^^Trevyettv-:; Ben jamln S^HOlladay,
Aliened Melton. | Mary, i Melton^ Rbsa-Mel*
ton'.-: f Mabel jPumphrey,t"Besslc: Trevydtt
and ; Bessie~Davis.-;^?%- ; •:'" ;■•-;■:• '-f': '-^^■•hhr* r
Miss Catherine Kuyk; : of Lamb* avenue."
)s '■?■-. slowly. :; improyinff/v: after her . ■ recent
llhiessf. •'-; ■:.; :40:'C^fMrP- ■■'■ .'' ;> -- '>-■•". '■■("•:■■-?. : - i'-
f JAIftCREV^CONVErTED,
TTrenty; :'lritlihatesioif Henricb; Prison
;. ' ■■- - Auk for.Prayer.- -'• ■ ..• ■ ■■.-■
'^Afterfa sermon' preached there^Sunday
•evangelist; s twenty."- out" of Nthe^tnirty" '
prisoners"^tttlie^Henrico .county; jail ;csk- ;
U'dTfdt'prayeTVana'jnaicatedlUielr^fatentidn;
of leading a better life.
■ Tho Rev. XV. S. Leake, > pastor of tha [
r^uUopTßap'Ust:f(^'f^Cp"reached|.tq^tw3 ] i \
iiarge^eongregaticms -Sunday;* "ft At \
>
howinff-'whd-hadibeealelectedjasrdea^ons! j
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•puk». > John\W. - Turner. -•Rilelch; Mlnt«r.',
\wij£mS f tAFft. 0 fotJUt/ £rfjCf& &%**- $ {445. 'gl/*% dL* ctAnJLiULS* % 1f ' &*Q^£**A^ •
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v Sarnuels. chorister and ;Miss ;Lucy pTojml '<
•organist. The ;treaeurer!s ; report
the ■ amount raised ; for!; general ; expenses
: was $i; 542,9 6; . for • 'missions, $502.14;
tiori for poor ' f und,' -i SIS2.'. .The : report' was
a. very gratifying one; and" the best inthfc
history of the church.. : „ !
*.; The • Laflifes ; Aid:- Society, of the iFulton
Baptist, church ' will meet Thtirsday , after-;
noon in the- residence, j of -^lrs.rß. S.
Rice', No. •;. 427.: t)enny,: street: ■ ■: . ■]' '.--JJi • '• •
• The Ladles' Auxiliary'; Society -6f>th6
Dehhy-Stroet Methodist Episcopal, church'
met' yesterday ternqon'.with" ' Mrs;- A- -AY
Jones, in the parsonage, No. 4'S penny
street. .:, V . T^'v.:v.'. .; ;:': ; .; ',",':■"
; The Cup-of-Cold- Water. 'Circle of lithe"
King's .Daughters" and V ; Sons : ' met <:. last
night in.the residence bf .Mibs : Florenca
I Montgome'rj', . mi Seventh ; street : . . ~~ 7' : > : . : "
j •.{ Patrick . Henry^ . ?-; met . • last
night : in; regular. sessßin; .ln Nelseh's.hall,
I in >Wijliamsburg; avenue. ;; ■ li--v i :<■.>-' -^
I. ,t Fulton': Conclave,^ No. : 85, '.^.Knights v of
Dambri;-j branih of :; : the ,, American Guild]
meets; to-night '• in^Nelsen's Hall. '■'.• : "t--£
.s.Powhatah : Lodge," ■l-;i.'d4o, ■ Knights of
Honor, will meet \ to-ioSght ;at Nelsen's
I Hail.---: ;■;■; :, :: y ;-w\ : '- r ■■" --■-■■ r '°'
, Mattapbni Tribe,., Noj :ll», : Red v Men,
| will meet Wednesday night iii Nelsen's
j-'fl.aiL;;". 1 ; '-■;-■-";; 't-y-^Mi'yy ■-" '-■■^ :-; '';r./E' ;
L. i Cedar Camp, , No. 22, Woodmen •of (the.
- Woria, 'i .will > meet in- -regular Session
Thursday^ iiight in , Nelsen's ; hall. - . ; ''■' . : :
XThls camp meets ; every : fburtii Thursday
In the month at the aobvei hill. V i J
I Mrs. Eiiza •■; Heath .has be?n
by. | the ' Sunday-school /■ mlssioiiary ;|' and
Bible V- board Sunday-school;- missionary
; for;: Fulton: ■' -; - " . - .'^ ;•-. . ■ :",- • : . r^~, : M £<'■.■&.&?■%&
I :*: * ; The : ; Builders* League /.^of-'therDertnyr
Street y Methodist % Episcopal ; ; chur6h'|,iwill
j mee;t^Wetoesday^aft"erribbn^at~ ; 3; b'ciock
in the home. of Mrs. A.,A. Jones, N0.; 423
Denny^street. „;'";^: : ';:.-...-; , ■■'- , : - ■ ." -^ 'i'i " : '^ .
I ' ; The Ladies' Aid Society , : of ■ the -Weddell
[Memorial chapel, meets; Thursday.; af ter^.
nbbiV; in ; the.;= residence \ of! Miss Aririie;
Gayle in Louisiana street: ; :r-;.'. ; : • > ; ; . '■■':■
I . :-;.'.-. ' '';!';■ ■■'•'•■- *"-'■'' '••" ■ '-"; : .-;'" ''■''--■.: •;"'■.
I ■.: -"Alien i:\Childress,'.' son tbf;..Williani"iChili
1 dress^df j ; Ntenolsorii stree£;'lwho ;:for,j: the
-past; eight 'rabnths,h"aS'beehiinlCuba : aS;a
tThited , States : soidfer,. is li at . his I hbmeV^on
a. three; monthsv^ furlbughN'-^;-;:; lu{i'M : \f y ~?l
: R6ber;t-^illlanis'.and//rarolly^iir^rn3vi9'
this ;,Week;tbl ! R6ahbke^ "Vjai^where'^Mfr.;
Williams '"-will - assiima " a.\ responsible p'6sl- :
;tibn.^: • ;■, ; ; :;; ;■■;■■: '[-LJ,;' ] '■.'■-".^-•^'•-^v
'.jWillie . 'Throcloi3brtoh/;ira'^weJl-fcnown;
young i man 'of ; .Vai-iha. . «iili«ted } last -week
in ;, the '-.United ■ State? :" navy X- He ; has ? been •
a^signed^tb jtheiwarship . "Cbiumbia,'Vioh«
bf [the? largest and i faetest: cruisers •■ in vthfe
navyXvj ::--^^ : /^'^': V;< ':••■'" "?-k>'
: fCapt^n;tß.'.S. Rice; and daughter; poni
tihyes'quitfe ill in ; their reeii4(>nc6; ; lii Denny:
"street ' ■,_ '' '\ ' U : ' '
">P^teri O'Sullivan . Is ;11l; 11l -at ;. h!i \ residence,"
, in vLouislana": street/; :. ■..■■.-•: \ ■ ...'
;:iMiss^'-yiola-V3oh^non%TcontlnßM-^ o .yi6r7-.
; ill \in :• the ■;. residence of - Heiv^' parents, ; t ih ';
Nich6isbn| street^'H -s'^i-
;t-Mrs.SHenfxvßurkman; : who ■ accldentajly.
f 611 1 abd-i sprain z& ?: his ' ankle .'- aj f c wydaj-^
ago, is able {6 be out. '' ' '
'I; Samuel ¥ Meredith;;: of f, tlie ; \Chesapiake |
iisssiiiMii
'■:'■ - CUniates wear but.- Smoke* iiiifi iptit.fi ~0.
■jldo not cure.". They. relieve Bympto«ajsi
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■ fi"we;UMc« A»thjn» 00 thorou«nly Out;of 13
fHihe s system s thatft nothing .*; rertainipl
P^Vblch can produce an attack; »ufiisrera m
are coon able to .-work, e4t, c sleepand
■^ stand exposure „wltho«t;the: t tigbtertS-i
pintarhvoti Aathtna^vßeJnar^rliint; in '■$■&
M principle I qur4 treatment i dot* twbat-sp
1& reliea I* cannot dcci^rfe cv*« to wa-y/Ss
H^cured':«evere;ilofig^ndlnt*nd c pio**|g*
m nouhctd '.'incbrable'! <•*«».** If yon a» p:
s'j? skeptical,!* is because you areig noruit
fgi of on* jtieatybrfc^Sliiie© 188S jre fetwii
c 'itrea!ws2^AßtMn» : »n4 ; B«yF#rer. : jg
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Talking Machines,
- v :The?Phonbgiaph is the
Ing ; .machine :• ' in ; ;■ the • : ; world.; ; with ;
whlchl.the' great • '^wizard,? Thomas "-
A?' Edison v i has" any ; connection^: and ■
: ftmongcthe' countless ; imitations ;Ort J
:the?jna.rket- itvslahds Outin bold I
,;relief :as-", ,t, t - - ■' _\ - ■■;r^-^--.j
;The Only i
;TTe r a*e ; Southern ''• headquarters," :-; !
arid Jcarrjr >, : th'6 •■ full flfne - of- Phono- .
: gr>ph,B/ with the \ latest. reprOfiUcers :
; ahd T alliother.. ..attachments, and-: all -.
- the ';" cnew; -I records. Mail '•" : orders -
promptly ; filled. • - . ,-•'■_.
729 E. Main Street,
and^QhiO, llb iin Nerrport Itfews; on a .brief j
business- trip., --.-/;■-■ ,• .'- v -'. : '-'
■ ? Tlie.: ReVll Jir. : ;DOhiieil& ;; preachea s Suri^' ' I
: aay;.:ai"ternobn v at i'thes") Pioneer ; '-Baptist
*chureh;:;6b/thV'PaT^
"This' r ciurcfi^ has : been r for^'.sdmetiind 1 ; '*i>'i^
:fcult->atp4Bt6r/.yAta''^: fcult->atp4Bt6r/.yAta''^
f chtirch ;' "a'V calj - ; was "jextehded jto "£ th6j Rev.'
jl^^^iptoeHai'v^ho^-iisirconsidttlris'-^tHia'
can: ; ; ' -"' '•':-] ~:V" ';
ff The j Ravi ia: I H. { jSheriff, pafetor," pi each
; eiflf^ Suhda.ys <it •'Antibch * Baptist :- ohurcti;
jilenrlco: «:N*s)ti Sunday: fhaS ; Will ■iprfeaohfat
Hardy, * Central': andj:; Foiir-'Mils - : CreeiT
;<jSy?; : -WaxxitL€r, mainber ■ of the lboara ■
.of •>■ School ►; truateM jof ' tteliiric<i;T<i6htlnucß
very, ill at his hohie 'rn«ar' /Glefldal*'; Post- :
office. "' . ' - * ' • ; '—,--.
-J;A:* {e^'dayjs ! agro c J "S^lt. r^arririeri stttck fa
nJniiHn lf his' ! . arS^^and^P}p6d -poizbh^hass^et 1
;ini'V/BiisiphystcianS'areTqiiite 'apprehensive ':
: ?a - toi the ; outooineiof Jthe? htyvj deyeldps-i
ment. - ' . , V " . ' ' . - '
= -f:"V atfna :,Trtb'4^^iNoJV^/i■l^^M^:^on*•:of
it^ftVmbst * flourishlHjr % tribes t to vrHQnrico^
;hait'ei^t^'th^-ftUft^ttgl<^O^'/.^h"d^li^
;B^inßtel}ea\nextVTh/^day7hlght!|tf*to"e'ir.
hilS^oii ;the;l)a.rbyt<J'w;n:road > v i atfew,, niilsa
■saclienv JMi'iVV'/ißobersonuienior^eaga^
: more,' J. r.E.- , HobersOn ; -; JunibrJ sagainore^
t6n ;: |chief Tot y records ■
aiafl llcollectorvof rwatfiputttf; •&, A; iw^ Sfft^
t^;l^^cr|of^irtihipunirS^;:;H.?;Hbbef|;
Von;4rußt«ejj.^G;-A.'W.^Brlttaln, M. XV.
: Eoberaomand?itlßv!iChildrewfi-^;g:-5. ; Sf
■l|j-!B*r«der!ck who«« leg was crush"-'
!'«as"fcw3^tO^.^«*4CcaT^&turday.-'n|g|h'^|
;Md^lat*s;a^tit^c:djat!theWlrir!nlAi3ti6s-1
[pltid^Vß^vWportidttflls rm<MrnlhK«a'ddtnjr;r m<MrnlhK«a'ddtnjr;
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SQO White Girls to Make
z¥~ Cheroots and Cigars. I
Learners Paid While Being: TangW. : |
THE WHITLOCK BRANCH,
Twenty-lhird and Cary Sts. t Richmond, V«i^ |
de 28-Snn t Tv-ATh2St- -V ' ' > "^ |^-> "
1 Polished Plate Glass Have y^l ll yf Te^° tS
SHELVES Wlill i-vA^^r* 7 ""'
■u/ith rirSlßhed edo*es PllliyiJiVJtOnCS, *-* %
OEDERraOM. .... • I ■MiliP^:s?P S » 3 I
i;\fcHT AND PIOXXTBE SIOBES, ■ : ' ■ ShOW.GaSeS
' HAEDWAEE SXOBES. Ti '. '.' ; " '- "■ ■ ■ '^^CSQUnt^l^frOOS*
wftnTvarn-ggrwft ■BSTAiiT.TBTrT>rP!TgT» : X&?Z3Lfe Wi $
CAHPENTEKS, PLITKBEBa, OaUS. - ,' _ -Pi C^.e iC. 'i^M \
Bmj nftuu /iiiiiMiiit niu iPnuiiiiHS^Biiii»s
Int ViHI I rLUn UUmrArii. Inu..
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Don't
Fore:et
tt»t we will'litiader jri»ar,;Ua«« la ft ma»>
nar ;ttat iHil^'da you" , piond^N^iit- iwfcpTiaijr
tlm«, tnt wtry tlm«j aot ana vMk, W*
:,eTery ; *aeli'.^ii;ti« iUty-friM»:.-X» t 'malM jnufifc ;
thoaifn,^ itf !as "foif. a* awatJ^-3r«tt'll 'teylwi
the wat'of 'tlta twe^v iW» a«k"ycro»4ttoi'
dry work becatiw "wi can do It tight.
\ Eclipse Laundry,
I.; P. GORDQH & Ca, Propriety
1519 West Main Street
1 -Old 'Pnon^^tj'NawVPttoai'MiV^:--^;

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