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k IvilUulV OnLUUiiu MUU|l|f
? .'lirniTEiui'CMTE is voiciso mo-
; AGAIXST THE TRAFFIC.
UP THE CITY COUNCIL.
bliTwi «rrwBBB on Lee'AUo Deiirered
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■ Sunday was marked by the delivery of j
■ perhaps a dozen- sermons' advocating; thej
■^■"vaufte of -' ':'■ tcmperaxice ; and declaiming |
-l^agalnst : 1 the" v saloon:; ■ These :' sermons 1
the, approach of the Anti-saloon
'■':'■ League convention, which^ assembles^ «h
ST'diy.* ■■■ '■•; . -" : : •■' ."'-:- '•:'.: ;.-.■■• -.- ■■ ■■ ■■'.-' ; -
- At Randolph-Street Baptist church Rev.
ifi/sS'f Boylesf epoke of ; wha-t the /League
•had: accomplished In other States. ?; and'.
I' l tdd ed : ; TWhen ; you knock : the saloon out
: ; of : the politics of :thls old city, you will
-'.knock not less than 95 per cent.: of hell
feoutaßVure as you live..'*
..In the afternoon Dr. Crawford. of.Rlch.
l^tn"ond,f«ndi ftjles Tlnllng." of, London, J?d
.drrwed a large congregation at Randolpn
■ Street^ on; temperance. ' : ,V «
\- ■'< BALOON:POWER CONTROL HERE..
«M r-The:'r -The:' Ahtl-SaJcon : League / had an/"elo
;«iu«nt champion at -Methodist
j|{ church;; Sunday' night! -lnithek, person^. of
' Rev. -M. Ashby Jones. >the ;pa«tof of
;X;L«lgh-Strect' Raptist *church> A fine con-
greeted . the " : minister, and was
■ greatly/ pleased v.ith hi 6 discourse, which. .
Ip'was'j? prefaced by an f exhortation to
', Christian; ml nistr:*. \
P ' ' KJs ref rrenco to local .conditions was
|f flocldedlv purgent: .The party./
" : be said. Is controlled by men who aare not)
«fi>nd the saloon powen. ; The defeat" of
« the. Minor resolution was, caustically.
\f criticised. : as was also' ,the~ threat made
-if against' Mr. .-.Crenshaw.'":* on of ;
: his high-license measure. Christian clti
""«ens,-he saJd should raiiy: against the
>S«aloon power In polllic^r and against the
:..pttf ails ' for their sor.s." r ; •>..■ ". :..
gREV. W.B.jBEAUCHAMP'S SERMON.'
i .Rev W. B. BcauQhnmp.l at: Broad-Street
KMethodlst church Sunday night.' spoke in
- sthe Interest of the Anti-Saloon ; League. ; |-
Mr. Beauchamp said In part.: ;
- "The church of, God— andll ,mean to be
• ~ understood to ; Include alirbf lit&}branches—
la not; without a spot or blemish. ( It is
; : Snot perfect or what. we would; wish-it to,
■ ;bo. yet. whatever faults It may have, and
.itwe will-admit them all. It still is the best
% thing in the world. .
-, "The 'church represents the. best' that is,
: - : and the saloon the worst- The saloon Is
:; the: most ; effective organization^the devil
V^jr has; ever, placed among men for their de
etruction: ; V !
■ "Saloon men have no respect for the^
's laws of God and snap their, fingers of de-1
V fiaTice In the- eyes : of ,' the . laws' of. men
every- day in the "week and all* day ou
' . _' ; '. '"' "'"■■__ / * .'
. "The Anti-Saloon League Is' not a poll
tlcaJ organization, but an" organization of
has it In Its power- to
'. gr've the liquor qiestlon and 1 believe ;
r It - will solve 1 !1 lifrausefthachurchof i
■:G<S Is working In it." ._.":;■ . j
At the Seventh-Street Christian church |
Sunday morning ' the Rev. Dr. W. . W. !
• ■ Lear; . pastor of Centenary - ! Methodist.' j
preached a strong sermon on temperance. I
"■ In which he took occasion to criticise ,
: the / Dr. Lear referred to tho j
screen* ordinance., and.; Indicated plainly, !
s; his belief that' the" saloon Is controlling I
:.■ the actions of some j of the' municipal
I legislators. - • ' ■ ' " . r :
TWO BKRMCNS ON LEE. . !
I . The* Rev.. Dr/ Russell Cecil, pastor ot :
: . /the. Second Presbyterian 'church, preach
a special sermon .to the:;veterans of ;
;V ; LYe" and Plckett camps and' the Inmates
: of; the" Soldiers'; Hbme^ Sunday after-;
v noon "at 4} o'clock In commemoration \ of ;
J; - RobPrt E. Lee's birthday. ■ ' I
> Nearly crt p iy> ; member „of :thc. two !
■:V: camps; attirod In: •their.' pray -uniforms, i
N together with the old soldiers from the |
& i'home.'- !• filled /the center of the church. I
|CJ;s?;Blshop" '. Graubery, ; of.- the Methodist j
xl.x 1 . Church, : assisted Dr. , Cecil.- and : Miss I
'. Belle-Powell sang "Face "to' Face."
\. The Rev. Dr. . John . wniam Jones de
|i:nyered" an. address "-Sunday ; a±- Leigh- |
* Street Baptist church .. on . thi" life and |
'character '•■- of GeneiraJ ' '.-., , Lee.' The!
: . theme - ,1b an , old ;." and .'dear one i
-to; Dr. Jones, and iio man .'.was ever j
-held In higher \?stecm .by ' a. Fellow-man
"than was- General Lee" by '-.'the "" speaker.
, BISHOP AT, ST. • PAUL'S;
' The Right Rev. Alfred fM.p, Randolph.
.; bishop 'of the Diocese of Southern Vlr
ptnto. In his sprmon' Sunday , night at St.'
j&l^aiul'* "Episcopal church,'^. pald^a glowing I
£? tribute { to the ■ Rev. Dr. . Minnegerode : and |
- the. Rev. ,I>r..Carmlchael:j former: rectors
: : . at St."' Paul's. He spoke Jn^.affectl6nato
i^ terms -jf both as men. Christians and
j| faithful 1 workers.
sv;Sjßlshop>Rando''ph showed the necessity
?l,*f i the church' as ; fulfllllhg'a' heed In so
fcJety:; which the law*c««ld not fill. .
V^.The church; was. filled ; a ) and after the
;^rtermon many , crowded . around .the bishop
lslb,f shake "^hiß : hand Jr. AVhile^/here \ he .was
i -the" guest of James B.v Pace. "He left
\ yesterday, "morning at' 9 o'clock . for his
4 home. 23S Freemason ; street, <" Norfolk. ,
BISHOP GIBSON'S SERMON.
•"The; Unwisdom-' '-'.of Precipitate .Zeal"
V;' was ;tVei lesson. of..Bisnop' R-*'A. GibFon's
% \ termi. * .'at '■ i St. . Andrew's . Sunday night,-,
P^efore ?'£\ congregation , which > taxed i- . the
? ; *Bapaclty; of the auditorium; .The bishop's
Esfermbn; was based;; on: the^,s2d.^ verse of.'
; " *c second ' chapter :of St. . Luke, which : I
Removal Sale!
M SEVERAL CARLOADS $
I Pianos and Organs I
I© ' ■ ; at Cost. £v
I Our extensive stock of Pianos and'Orsrana ?are: v*^
¥»QV jroiug- fast. WeUmve slashed prices on every: niuai- ;f^
[|E^» cal instrument in ;tlie liouse. , • ■ -V»;
Sheet Kusio and Books of Instructions, 5 cents a Copy,
||Ov .Eypry; instrument at your own price 'and 'terms.'; : / fS*±
pCti- Wewill move ma few days to our new. storey/ ■ "~ J^ >:
|5 No. 11 W. Broad Street. §j
PS, .25 SQUARE PUMOS OF THE BEST MUKES. KAME *i
1^ \ YOUR PRICE AMD TERMS.
|g| |W|JAKGELUS - J CKI3KERINO j 6}!
lO- PIA^P^TjER. AND OTHER S^i
I$? ; Ev^ry Home S'jqu d Kavs. FIXE P^NOS. 5,
i v Fergusson Brothers,
I Bis East Broad Street.
W^^
ft FATAL MISTAKE
Is Often Made by the
Wisest People. s; }
a fatol mistake" to^n^lect'backache.
Backache Is the'firjit symptom of kldne>
lll».
Serious complication* ; follow./ - '.< \y. :.;: /;.-;,
Doan'a Kidney Pille ' cure them prompt -,;
ly
Don't delay until too late. • ;' ,-_ : ;-' .-.-.;_■ _-
Until It becomes dlabetes^-Brisht's dla
»»ase. :.' ■ ■; v . * •
Read what this; gentleman: say«: ,
Captain }? D. W^-! Welsh. . keeper^ ''ot * the
Wood County "■■ Infirmary, -.•.-•; Parkersburgr.
W. Vau/ saya : "I : had to go around /trying :
to evade pain ; constantly. f aware : that ss a •
false- step.f Jerk.- or ' twist^wouldj-bring;
punishment, and ;; l. was afraid 'to 'handle
anything for fear, of a reminder': in the
shape of a twinge of pa.lnl I -trade' at Di '[
J; n! "- Murdoch's drugstore on -Third -street
and . have something to get" In / the » dryg
line every time -< I ; comej in. : It : was jthere
1 iearned about Doan'p Kidney Pills and
I took a supply home with me and"; used
them. .-My wife used . them, and my I sister.
Mrs.' A; i A mlck. of : No. 645 ' Seventh stree t,'
used them. They,- cured ) thefthree; of ; us..
I am here In" lue city, every few days; and
can substantiate the, remarks >I have
made." : ; : ..//-•:/:, -i ;| -/.. .-
For sale: by all. dealers. Price. ,so cents
a box. FosterrMllburn Company. 1 Buffalo.'
N. T.. sole agents. {for »hV~ y.nited ' States.-
Remember the name— Doan's— and tako.
no other. ': f ■'.-"■>/"' " .*
contains the; only ref ererice'to the life
of Christ durlng'a: period.^ of /eighteen
years. Until th» Savior (attained . the age
of thirty he -spent? his ;• whole ; I Jtim', "In
creasing In knowledge? and wisdom "It
was a period of * preparation ■ for Hia) life
work, 'which Awas done in three /years.'-'"
hiißishop .Gibson." after the- sermon, con
firmed a.c!ass T of nljout twenty.^ ;• - .-; \\_ :
: The rector. Pev. Thomas - Semmes "a'n
•n ou need - ' a scr les of night meeti ngs for
men during .- February. -..- . - . :
-_...;. .
The annual meeting of Broadus'-Menio
rial ■ Baptist church was held Sunday,
at , 4 o'clock. The meeting was ; the .largest
In the history of the church"; /The; reports
of the different j societies and organiza
tions were very, gratifying,: all starting
the ncw^year with ara.sh^balancejn the
treasury and no debts except"' tho building
fund. ~\ , ■ ■ ■• ".- '.".;.:■ "' .'"'
: ; The : total amount raised during the
year was over 59.000* by the 210 contri
buting members of the church. .
The pastor. > the; Rev. C. P.' Stealey,
made the following report: ; . . ,' -
'.;■ Sermons preached,'; 9o;. calls on : members
and other families' In ■ nPlghhorhooa," I^2ET;
funerals conducted.' 19; (weddings. ■.'■'•■6,,'
though none of ,the principals" 1 were mem
bprs of the church. 'Af great ''deal; ;of "the
pa slor's time was spent' In j raising ' money
for the new c^urch.jl,'',"-" l^^'^'^ / .
During the year the' pastor's) salary has
been paid In advance. and ' the" treasurer's
report showed a ' balnnce; of $110.43.;-. ' -
Dr. E. E. Bomar, -secretary of the /for
eign mission board, made the address of
the evening.'- * . ' -' ) ■• ■"';■•
DECLINES CALL TO HANOVER."
The Rev., w. J. Cocke „w ho-w as ten
dered a call to become .; pastor .of the
Gethsemane <i Christian , Church. In; Han
over county, has decided to "In
Shenandoah county, and will • hot accept
the call. Mr. Cocke Is pastor of '"the
Christian churches at: Edlnburgr and
Ramusville in Shenandoah county, and jhe
will remove . shortly from Woodstock,
where he has lived for five years at
Edlnburg. /'.' ',*'-'.. ; ._.
• CHURCH BREVITTES. v-
The Rev. Henry Pearce Adkins/' pastor
of West-End Christian | church, last week '
was called to' the ''Norwood" Christian
church Cincinnati: . ; O:.-'and'>;t«n minutes
after he received the Invitations he 'de
clined It *'•■". ■■•' ■■•■:' i- rr-?--i '•>*: : j ■ '.- ■ '■
Twenty-five members were received In
Grace-Street Presbyterian ! -church, .of
which trie Rev.' Dr. Jere Witherspoon is
pastor. ' ' : v " ' ■ • ''.-- ~■;~ ■; ■■■ ■ M
. . . - -.. . i ■ v-. „ _v . /-".. y I;.'1 ;.' ,/'-.
The Rev. John Roach Stratton preached
Sunday morning to avlarge ""cprigrega
tlon In Grove-Avenue v ; Baptist ."church.
In theVafterhoon he spoke at, thevYoung
Men's Christian Association HalL / ■"-; •; .
F. W. Stiff appeared before the Mei^o
dist. Ministers',- .• Conference^. ! yestei Jay
morning ; and made , a 'pleai; f or t ; the Metho
dist Institute. The bodjv "pledged'; $l,2tW.
the annual amount for Its* support. ... .
TURPIN DECIDES TO GO.
Officers ■ ISxpe'ctcd To-Doy to Take
: Hinr Bade to -Maryland.-
State's Attorney. Joseph: iLI Bailey* of
Salisbury. Md., has written' Major How
ard concerning' the negro 'Walivr Turpln,
wanted there for shooting; a man last
summer. :He asked to learns whether
Turpin -.would return to Salisbury with
out requisition papers. -. . • - . ;
;.' Turpin was: asked about; It atjall Sun
day afternoon, n-nd' said he. would '"•' go
without th^ papers. • . y. .',-■-.. -: :
A telegram? was sent to Salisbury to
that effect,- and an'officer 1 will- reach;here
to-day to take Turpin back. . ~ ■
3 Turpin was .shot by Officer Kraft In
his : capture, and was under - treatment
at the colored h nr pUa!:-f^r •—"","•■' *•
He escaped -from, that place, but waa!.re
captured'the same niylit. - ; ■ - - - :
iiiiTiifiii
a ''oiAkM' fjob^'extbas." *■. ;
Grounds; and Balldlnt£*;,°: Committee
.•"-."-. "''.'■'■^■"•"■''■"A : ~- ■■■"■-: ' r'-4;<:/"r '-4 ;< :/"- :/>■:■■ " y*'C- '-■ -■ :■■'.
\ ''Accepts £; It ' Conditionally f -A Under
■'■■'.'« '.;Contract v .'r..Drawn'>';;jby;-'tJie;-- :^
Attorney.
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: The ; Committee c ont Grounds "and ' Buildf
Ings' C yesterday^ afternoon ;^ Inspected ;.' the \
:riewicl^jail.?andja^pt.edrthef building.,
' from i the] contractor: for ' present f occupa-;
'details ; and "claims ;, tp^be;: adjusted t here
after. . " .-'.:»
Vv Promptly; at 3 o'clock Chairman : Grin^ea
and I members;* Pollock, 3 Burion, Ehett,
h Wliittet;": Hlcks^-ahdji Bottom ? rhetf at^the)
Jail L together : with iGityrAttbrney^ P.ollard, .
rAWstaiit^City^Eng^nMiir-TAyiils^on^vgHon; 1 . 1
D^ Ci Richardson; v Dr. ;S; -': W;? Gordon;";; the ■-
'jair. physician, ' and J were ; pilotedTbver Uhe
.building; .which i they'iexanlined "from'\at T ;;
"tic :;f- to Mr.'. W;.> N.- Bowman
ihß representative here. of :'the" contrac-(
'tors, ; ; jthe " Stewart Iron ;.'-, Works ;,of .^Cinj^
: clnnatl,' H<!);; . was -^the .*; pioneer. J -, •- r r cji
"'.-- The cohimi ttee >.was 7 especially interest- \
ed -In, ;'and: pleased.-; with;? the' operation ibf
'• the . locking device ■ by ; which ;the cells
can; all 'be Rocked or .unlocked f and ; thrown :
■open^together, of separately y- as r : desired:
After. ' •thbrbughly.:: examining every
apartment^ and , equipment \ of the splen
didly-constructed: building the committee
repaired- to> the * City^ Hal If to .'consider j the
.question? of accepting : thev building.'." r- 1
•": "; : EXP.ERTS; WILL; INSPECT^- >
: VyTieri J^; the committee ■ . convened : Mr.
Bowman '.was requestea •; to make /his ; re
port b'f^tho (work itb'.be (turned over. -'"He
said' the?bulidlngirwas practically^ flnished.~
He 'expected •; to . h^ve ; .plumbers and | In-
Epectors jthere t for..; several .jdaS : s ; to .: come;
to see^ that- every thingiworkar smoothly,
"but thetbulldihg Is; readyj- to be^ occupied
and ; the": city - may' go . into it to-morrow,"
he"; said. '".->.■' .-.V-. ■:."- '■-/■.- \ '"_y '-':\ ■- ' \. '':'. : -. ■;";""'
'•^There" were .'some 'extras *he said, for
which his " company = expected the . City
to - pay. : but; the/city ; was at, liberty to
occupy -the building .pending : . the settle
ment of ithese: questions.' without preju
dice to ; the : - rights of .either party. - ; v
Assistant , Engineer,;: St .:; Julian-. -Wilson
was . next asked? to'gi ye ( the"; views ]"of -his
department as to} the status^of| the'" build-.
Ing.; : , He ; said .-he. -ad spent "\ three days
there "and ¥ every thing"? is ''correct^ "except '
i four, .cells ';: for,' insane, ' prisoners £ which, v
ae'cordliig. !! to :; the contract, were to {be :
.piadded.-'jMr.;^ Bowman claimed' that 7 itf is
practically impossible ' to ; pad | any > of the .
present' cells^jHe^was^ willing .to; make; a.
. reduction ' from .-.the contract price :In - lieu
of /this, or to :bulld lJ^ari Iron cell and";pad;
: It, " If. the committee ; preferred, ia'nd icon-;!i con- ;!
sented ;'.to)" locate it 'i in 'one; of -: the c upper j
rooms.' ••• ', \-. '-"".' . . . -
-Continuing," Mr. -Wilson said 'that In the
boiler-room there-Is- not, proper provision 1
for; the j hblstirig'of ;ashes. but-: there Is no'
specification Mn the 'contract -f r ttiis,
.which' seems to be the : result; of .."n.over
sight/ ■.-^'■' '■..,-:■ .-•■--..- -.-:.-... '■:-. -. .. .'
-' A- QUESTION OF EXTRAS. . .
;Clty Attorney, '• Pollard; being 'requested
to;glve his views on the, question :b'f, ac- i
ceptlng-the building, he. said that under
, Mr. c Bowman's : statement 'that the ■- city/
could occupy the .building withoutfpreju
dlce!t6;'elther party and subject tb' ; ' the
legal claims -of /both; there could- be: no
objection to the acceptance of ; the build-
Ing by the committee.
riiThe City .-Attorney, 'drew, up.ah agree
ment to this -effect.', which was made a
part- of the. record. .' -.. ',
Mr. . Pollard i moved Tthat'.the buUdlngibe.
accepted;ln accordance with these terms,
which; was " "
,. Mr. Bottom : moved tha t the : question '. of
extrjhsvbe referred to *tTie- sub-committee'
I on jail together with ." the; City Attorney
an<Tvclty3 engineers;. which; was adopted.V:
-The - sub-committee " Is composed •"-' of
iili il« > rsrs.':;.:Burtoh'. : Gilman..; Pollock, and
lyl'l-meet at tne -call of Chairman Bur
j ton.- ': ■ „-•. - . . .■ ' ■ . : v '. » ' -
Clerk Bates, was instructed to com
munlcKte with. Judge Witt.. of the Hust
ings Court. : and notify him of the com
mittee's /acceptance of .the building. A : .
formal order wilj^be ■ necessary for him
tqauthorize the "transfer, which: will pro
bably beJgranted. to-day, when City Ser-
-take '.charge;; and the I
city ■ prisoners" will {change their present;!
uncomfortable quarters to the new. Jail |
as ' soon = thereafter as ,. practicable. : : i- : •
After > the adjournment of; the - commit- I
tee one of the anembers; predicted-- there I
would be .. ' a ' scrap over these alleged I
"extras." -' ' " '^i "■'-' 1" :,.'■'//'.- •■-.;■' I
_ Mr. Bowman, speaking on the subject^ |
said the ; claim \ for "■■ "extras" was . not : so !
large ; that it would • break the : cityj !If
he-could get a proper decision as'to put
he could e&t a proper, decision as to .just
what constitute -extras., there would .be
little trouble' to estimate the amount-- of
their value; -as v they would . speak ' for
themsel\ r es. ■■■•--'•:-.-^: -.-^ ■ \< -, -■■ . . ... •- . :?. , ■
EARNINGS OFv RAILROADS:
Reports from Many Sonrces Show
Largelncrerises.; ; v
The. earnings of the Canadian Paciflc
railroad \ for,: the month of January show
nn' increase of :%n<i 000. and from July. Ist
an increase , of $2,811,000. , :•
I -The Norfolk and Western -railroadure
| ports its .earnings ; for ; ; the f second week
1 of January to-be-, an V intrease^ of '?lS.lfl,'
•'nd | fromi '•July'r-lst 3 an 'increase -of $1 415
298.-.J? ■ *■ \'i:l'r--^i _ "T- v .v"^.~- ; ''"7./^ J t/-.'-- )-,' ," 4 ;
.The; JLouis\ille and Nashville earnings
for ther'second week of Ja nuary show an"
ah -increase, , of -S2fl 2«0. and from July Ist
an'; increase of - $2,345.735. : :: '' :_ - ".-'
- The learnings of y the' Missouri-: Pacific
railroad ;. for ' the second week of I January <
show an increase of ;'>; s 70,000. andVfrbm-
January-lEtand Increase!pf, 50,133,176.- - ?--'
...The earnings- for : the : Central;* Branch;
for , the h second >week > oor-f r -' Jahuary '<-. show
an, increase v of :sti 000.'. and^ from January
lst,an Increase 0f :55,529.:v-'-; r-: ; =;;-;:" •
The YV abash '■ reports its' earnings'' for
the ■ second ivweek ; : in •; January to-be •? a
decrease ; of ■ J26,250.^ but S f rbm : : July Ist ■>■ an
increase of $692,915. ■-'.-]-•:[ .:.•;• . : -:;' :M -." --:., .
The earnings of the iMexlcanVCentrar
for - the .second * week :< in January show lan
increase 0f :5110,249. ; i and from January^lst.
an increase. of J1b2,427. V = '.:-;; :■,:'■■
EXAMINING^WATER^SUPRiIY:
Dr. Levy to Make a Report on Con
: dftlons ; in Waterville, Me. "
JDr. ;E..^C4Levy,is jn^WatervllieJSMe.
where he -is associated Vwith^Mr.J George
CvWTiipple^bfißfooklynKthe^ell-knbwn
water /.expert; : In ; the " investigation : of >- the
v w ?! er ; supply; of -.:. the V former :; place "-n with
_f special : reference to the epidemic -of t\ ; -'
Phold-f ever .whichj has \been^present'there
for the past two months. V- v. : :-:. ■.- -;
,^ ol^ I *?^? <!h '*" ;t 55 l«l «* 1; " SI Wn ; Ma'detjMan- ;
«r*r In Xorfolk.
Mr. r Corbin > ■ShieW.Vf . whol was •• for" man v
: veors - attached - to ) the^Academy^ inlthl»i
r cl ty.i; and IwhoJ^wa sj placed | It0 charge ;V6f. :
the^ACTdcmy-iOfiMuslcJlnJNewport^News"
,« *3 the .; of I this f icasonVS has beeh i
■f^her|prornbtedfr:v>^ : ja^^; v ;,;g?/^;v v^
gMinaerKLeftth has mnde him buainess
jnanagar'-of' the in Norfolk^
, a n^ h8 /win-also hayeipracUcallchiir^lof
the 1 houee* *> In f Portemouth and : Newnort '
/»«« ;tath» Socth. ax air fS
mi , ..,,. ■:,; -;m§s
A half a hundred groups of such splendid values in Linens- of .suet. general usefulness iha t
housekeepers and, economists must grow enthusiastic over the possibilities afforded.' ;? ; «i;~
Thousands of Richmond women have learned to look to these half yearly^lea for the oiggest
Linen Bargains that are possible,, and they have not been disappointed.* _ - " -'
The goodness of all our successful previous ones has been .augmented lomake Ihis {he- most
■ successful r w.e\ev : e^altempt^ ■•-' ■ :;*' '^Si'-ZAi ''■^■^''■■?--\.^ :^ : £^
Our system of buying Linens direct is probaVy un'que in' Richmond, and:ihat "expiaLms the
usual little prices on Linens here. Take half from!most of these 'already low-figures, anii- you will re
" „ i , . „i . 'i • i •' ' ' ■ ~ i?v
ahzewhat buvinq althis salemeanstin real savings. /v ; /■ \rr ---.;. ; ,
PLATE DOYLIES, fringedi sntin damask. 7x7 inches, were $i, for 60c a dozen. t l
;% ; t PL^TE DO^LL^
DOYLIES of plain Linens scalloped land embihoidered; were 35c; for 19c a -piece. ■.■■■■>-.•.- „
DOYLIES, sa me as above, larger sizes, were^s "oc/and 65c, for v respectively 25c and 35c a piece. :
'TRAY GLQTHS,- fringed^
; TABLE pOTEßS^plainjlin^hemstilche
SCARFS, aII linen; hemstitched and drawn worki 18x4=; inches,xwere $i 4^ r for 65c apiece
GENTRE^
-- C -In best styles of . finest "Linens at recluclioris thatiayei ; age-a;third.f *'•';*-'-*
; H
1{ T A BLE GLO^HS^bprde^ w^qrth^s3vforjs237^a;piecev ; v
MTA^
:. -'Twenty pie^
TA:BLE D^lttSKS,^e^ extra he^avy, all linen, worth $12^, for $1.00 a yard.,- '" . "
--: : : ■ .; .: \
most of the depart men Is have INDIVIDUAL CLEARANCE OFFERINGS^--odd lots and I broken
lines of various sorts at/most; inconsiderable^ prices. ;;There are many reaftbarg-ains tbi be-had^almost %
for the looking, yi r^: ; -' ■ ■'^■■^•■"' i: r^o.' : -^"'v.. ;^ : i:.'- s:-^s :-^ : '-:;^';l;^'; :";• ."'- I^.' '. :: : ■':? '/-■XvX: ;',: '- :;
;; .r ■; .;; 1;:. '■:;. . ■ }\' ] ;'ri>-:^^]- ''^y^r^r. ]'■■ ■■. ; y- -^y^y^. ■: ■ . . : - ;.>-;-;. ■ . • -, r \ Z I "- .- \\,\ -. r :v j^ „.- :.• i'-.
■ 429 E» Biroad: 'j fjS^ ■'• ..'.ivV'-i '■";'■ : v :r - -" . ■•■"--•-7 :: - '-■ - :-'-■--"'■': -'-■--"'■' £TT>^^ ';}/■ ■• v". ; SXC'y- /fi^ . - ■4%§&rwib*i&>- ■*■■■■
He has passed through i every- depart
ment of the /theatre. ' beginning at- nhe
stage door.' and, - rising; gradually, -until
from - the :■ had ; ushership ;. and • : assistants tant
, tre jsurership/. he ' rose' to be a| manager.'
He j made a- splendid record -at Newport
News, pulling; that- house out of the mire
tn which; he had beer, involved for, yeais
ever since it was added to • Manager
Leath's"lis£v ■' " - : v ; -' "'" ' <: "' ■' f'zlfA
BRISTOL FUND STILL GROWS;
Consresrationa Renpoufled Liberally
,- : . ,■ to ; DrY 'UntcherJs . Appeal, -i-/- „
, The North v Run • Baptist church. :■■_ xa
Henrico .county;.' yesterday sent,Dr.'-Wil
liam-E. Hatcher $i oas its contribution
towards the Bristol Academy :fund. L This
is consldeivd a large donation for. this
church to give. / .1 ,".:;:, :>'::■ =
On r Sunday. Dr.- Harcher : preached at
Mount^Hermon Baptist church/ in. Ches
terfield county. ■■■': in the course of -his
sermon', he^madean L< earnest" appeal |for
the Bristol ; 'fund, and th"c response f : was
generous. :• '■' ■"■"'.-" ' ■■, '■-..'■ ,-..■'■■ -^" ■.]■■:' '-. ',-.''.■ "'
. Rev. LJ L..,Walthney,: a. student of; the
Richmond: College/ preached- at ,' Beth. e-,
hem Baptist church ; in?; Chesterfield ." vHe
also - mace 'an- appeal, for j the Bristol fund,
and * thei- -amount ■> requested •'.. wks ; ; given.;: .:
■The; Educational - Commission
will^meet at the Second Baptist .churcn
in:: this city, on the 22d in
stant.':" 7 .- '•:.■'■"• ':"^/' ; .;■'.";:/■■■■--.■:.■'.■-;"-■■. >'- :; - iV :"
FORCED INTO BANKKRUPTCYr
Creditors, of ■ Thalliimer •& Co. File
an Involuntary ' Petition.. ■.;.,
An Involuntary petition In bahkrutpcy
was filed i yesterday, in the United VStatts
District ; Court ': hy;t M'cssrs. .William <} and
Henrj'; Flegenheimer, i,representing;^the
Straus i-Cigar | Company-s and ; other, credit
tors. 1 against" Charles Thalhimcr & Co..
liquor i dealers : ; a t ;- 60S east .Broad ■■, street.
and: -Wl'.liam B.
Greenwald * were ; 'appointed ' receivers. : :
r . ' ;'• Cartersyille;. Chit-Chat. : C i.;
'. '"- CARTERSVILLE. • VA. , v January i Is:—
fSpeciai:)— A inumber'.: of -invitations -iha\ r e
been : received-:hcre;to,the marriage of ;the
Hon.VtH;:: St.jGeorge ».Tucker;l of >V)rginiar
and ■ Miss Martha ; Sharpe.l of : Wilkesbarre."
Ra;;: which I was, Jsolemnized at\iNo^i 110
south Pennsylvania' avenue.' Atlantic City;-
N; J.;; on ' the' 13th : of "January. : 1503 ' " ■',<'■' ■-- ;
:<'Mr.' : Tucker;,has:;relatJves^.and Jmany
'warm - : personal. : - as' . iwell "'?) ap ?• •'■ political,
friends -in this* section.'V.During ithev; war
betweeh'\the'i States, when; .his father."
Hon. ;' JohnitßanViolpH: v ;Tuckerr wasr At-;
torney-Genefalfof <he ffimlly ref
: ngeed Jherev? and; Harry.; as ;h» y is : familiarr;
lv,- -called.?.: W8 s|i one j7j 7 of ; : the ; number. ''He
. 1 Iye<3 am qngs t he ''. p<" opl e • h erp^ f ori a :: v whi le.'
- n rid f, has theverr.foreo*ten r fhe.ilr^press'on
;• h en ' maflti'nor ; have- Cumberland's'" people
; forgotten 2 him. . ::%': :%' ?'' : :-h:-. : .. ■' J
liiiilllli
And ■ what li H|e{ yp\i| force : you rs<»l f4 to
pit {d6eßKhot|hav«^the X right : vn^te ;;
(on t? of a orYl : ffr^ tK§|l i ver* ij?- i nffbtj y eji nd '
I c tteVs: Stonia cli'w Bjtte w^at^on oe:1
- Tt. will tone; iip~ the'. $1 re*to-e^thV
! appet'teßperfect ithVfdl gesHon.; and fooeni
lupfhe clogged bowels . Th«i yonMlfeel!
[bctterTill^^fc^etotdi^^ltiwill^d:
Syoii'good. , - '$Bgj
SIHiSiiHiRP--
iFOMilOHlfililiEl^
\ {....;_ 1. .'. .. : .:
V- Mr. ; Galviii -L. -Palmorc and j family . are ;
nioving?to v ßienmoiia.; : io-u&>; .',--; - : „I;
Mr. , johnj ohn H. -xrvin^."- U iui«l'd. States Post- I
Omce.Li.nspccior, ir«iua»eai noiue'sick on-
Sacurda-> : . af tex noon.- ; Jtie js now '• confined f
toi'thehbusc.'but'is.somewhat better to- :■
day:-. --■■■>:<-';■ :;-: r .' gSG ;;■ '-. ; . $W&a :■ :• '■ \
* Mr. -Richardson," of ' Richardson aridsTer-;!;
:thing,Vmerchants, • of .itrns 'p.ate, arrived \~
here/ to-day, ,. and "is -prcpaiing'-to move |
thef firm's stock: of .' goods from ■ Cartel's-' -M
yille'toaiiothei point.;:; .: . ' |
JDrl: George D: Farrow, of Fifer, Gboch-'H
land county/: is: here to-day : pracUcing his 1 1
profession— dentisiry." ,/' . . j;
; ? : .,-- Cravcl;Hill Kotos. ;- V
GRAVEL HILL, -VAi; January 19.— (Spe-.
cial.)— The'firel at Professor Boatwright's
placer near "Gold : :Hill,:' ; was in the house
occupied > L'y. Mr. , R ;,M. Pooth, i a brother
in T law, of -g Mr. Bbatwright. : Both houses
are i in the same - yard. - The fire was : first
discover ed ; by -Mrs.vßootlv and; originated
from : ;a mat^hr'whlch, it is thought, was
struck: by (rats, vVi.: .. '; ■• * V , ''
■The weather here is very cold again this
morning. -•".".' - -;■; -.;.-..- : - .:- . . . ■
:Rev.- XV. ?H. :-Lawson,'"the pastor, filled
his^.regular.appoiritmehtiat? Buckingham
Baptist church -Sunday ;morriing." ;-.
'.Mr.'; and '■' Mrs." C.';H". /Agee - ; were guests
of -Mrs. •*-Ag<*e's 'fa thef, Mr. Temple |B.
Claiborae,at White Hall.Surday. ..-, ; :.
AIBIiAZEvATtWHEALTON^
Three. Dwelling' 'Houses Owned : by
' Coalb'onrh . Brbtlicrs > Destroyed , *
' ■"'■■ by Fire. -• ;-'; -' '■' - *
■WARSAW, -,- VA'..'' January „19-—( Special.)
.To^day"-aboutV.9Jo'clocki three' dwelling
houses. belonging Up ;'Bros.,"' sltf
uated ■ in:- the -village "of ;.Whealton. ■ and j oc
cupifflr.by:'oystery;shuck€rs;iworking:for.
this 'firm,;- was. destroyed by i fire/: The loss
:has%notvbeen^estimat€di^but"ls J 'fully,.cov-: i
eredr by;Hnsuranciei;;'A^heavy TVind ; was
blbwing:at;thetime.Tand,it:wa"s with great
difficulty: that a;number, of. other buildings
adjoining '• them '"■ were^savedT /'-'■•■;■ -"■;• : : 7 > .'?~
. .:- j Richinonders in -Xew.York. .' ."-'':
:SrORK/:^January^ 19.— (Special.)^;
Following; are" the 'Rfchmbnders register^
cd v to-day jin: New '.T.ofk: , '. . •
,} Herald :Square-^J;;H;fFiske:_-,, . '-y.
; Marlborough— G. 'Kohri._.' . . .
:;;-Nayarre--C^;"Jy.;Ryaii>s -.■': "'. -'■■'■■' " :^ ; " : ..
■ ; Sts pe'riis-rRV : W.^. Coffee:-^.'-".';'"* r " r. - ;
i Victorla^-B. iß/Valeritlne^arid? wife.- ' : %'k :■
SACRED^HEARBSCHOOI^
Roll'of Honor :.; for '■rthe', Month of,
| ■''■'; ; : :-'■■/■". ;-,'-.i, "..''•■December.".-''."^'; .■'.•■• :■'._% -.-.;;■;••,.:■■
: ; Grammar,' 'department,'' fourth grade^f
Jospph'OGill^ni: :rMnry::Glll;:: r Mnry: : Glll;: 91;
iAVoblls.^9l;Y Marie.; Ranking 90
[ Shauphriess:'>V-9Q; -Agnes "Wirieler. SXX - ; ■-■■
-^Third ;» pra rte^-lA^ifs i CarTOll, " 94 ; c Be ttie]
kWcolls.- 1 : 93; Stella" -Bailey 290; — lea Knight
;ly,,9o/ s ' '" * / ,' •. , """
S' Second .- grade^JulliKtCa rroll,/; 90;/: Rossi :;
jL.yoris;: [W; i'Jt:llax^A^btt?, ! ? 90;: V- Annie"
;Shaughpe?=y. ; ! 90; JfJames; CreairierV; 9o: '^ep'!
;Gill/v SO;^ Robert V-Feiflter, : 90;", Micilaei;
[ Fen-it er. ; " 9o;- • \._ ./ ;■;
jva Firsts grade-^ipuisei^Flnch.^ 90;?-iMarIe;
i ;Keinzle/^j 9o; • "Mah^iWalah^ ? 90; 3 Kat'ei
!;By^es. i ii9oisl.iliie i ;jJV;jngler.^ 90:; Bernard;
\ Jon et£* 90 ; &/W|llam ;? IJy^ns7?|9O;l£ WlHlgjmf
-Kel IyV: 90; : Prancis'^WJ Ispn;fi S*o; f Jam ea?l>o"n|
|lieav>%t 90 i ; I pitricitS Outqll^: 91 ; ; Margareti
I Ke^ly,^ &'; ?John 91 fiCltifence ' Kielly^
:90; ■ Ir*rie I^ewls. "91;" Lillie Clark, ;' 91;.
; ißerriard (O^qnnellS^^#K/;;</f ;/ ;S?^p^
iltErtm.ary^department, third . gfrade-^i-;
j|w£rtf|Blileyv« 91:1 Thomas ?.Sri£&,^9l;fMari]
'iraret-.. Miller, 90;, Leo FerritiSv|9p;tiEa4rt]
jfUtfndtey, % 95: Jo^phl^THorpe^'9o^;: Notat?
t ißttJbink4 90;^'WIlII«l3«*T^I 90; 1 Marlcir Jar4
«•:> 80: CbrUti*o JUwi* to* •: c^nvu
I' ft**'. Ml /MtvriS'- SMML ; Mi a^Jßajp
l1:^;;wef;: ; ■-:
fthaiik Yoti
« -vr. .. ;. „,••'-■;--.-
for^C.the liberal 1 patronage
Bestowed- upon -iis- "during^
; the Vpast ' year and ? hope, by
strict^ business methods ; ; ancl
fair-dealing, to rherita con- ;
tinuance^ bf; s vsame>i#vWe-'
would: like very^^rnuch to
■call ; your 'attention" to piir
'CATERING BUSINESS: :
making : aCsr>ecialty"
"ofjiCaferirig andr \yould-be.
pleased to' make,ari;;est|rhate .;
fdr-your next ; reception:
L>et us your work^we^
can:iave".you: mqniey;^; " /-
Hi W. Moesta.
mond,';.9o ;• Joseph -Dugan, ; 92-.rAnna TFolan,
X;- JohnJ?xi.iil,- 93; Annaf Feithatis,V.a2.-^-;'r
BILK 7 HAT OS ITSfTKAVELS^
?^* V '^?. IV:I V:; fr ? 1 ! n " ; Malne-"'toiCaii£oriiia. J
", ;;", En Route Cor .Texas. - '
'^^W-XOBK; ■Janua^i^A^siik^ha't,
battered, almost, out!. of shape.'Wone 'of
?^ e i.^" cl ?a t ofvfreightithat>has;arrtved at
.tne_E/rie>raUroad>station;--near'Bell«ivnie,^
l i* •! J -« The hat -was iwi thou t*= wrapping^ "
ifromifMalne^to
: Califqrnjarandithen;by aToundaboutway
ibackUo Newark.";Nearlyt4Qp shipping tags
twere-attached: to. ft;td prqyesthatiitCfc.id
:goneJthrough.ithat"numberJ6frexprcss'of
t fices^,The | hat : .;was ■< started r on g 1 ts« long
iand^yet?,unended 3 'journey!asra7Joke.^ The
{ express >. \ agents at Galveston,? ZTex:?k sent
j 1 1 : t oia 1 - fellow-age nt ; In■ a ; spirit' b^ fu n 1 and
;the;r recipients appreciatingithe'r hiimor.
i forwarded y. it^ toi; a ' f riend.dn.i California.
fiFromHhere { it iback-Jeastwara^tc
iß^ljm^yia^Buffalo.^.The^agentpatithe
I formers place retapgedvltlan^Spasaediit
i along ito i Boston,"; and ; from a there :it i: wo 3
{sent;«'tollCingßtdn^/N:BY.7^andglater iit
twUl be. dven a trip to Florida: - ■•• . •
£f>Mr"AT< tus 'declares fi thatS. the "■'. hat will
, eventually a finfl ; if s ; way , back 1 to ; its orlgi
snal, owner, la .Texas. • . -
Reflation T^n^lipl^ilarib'a.
'^T^SKTNGTpN. Jnm?*rv t3.~Rrpr££nS
(^tiv i ß;Ctiiinparker.f6filnd!anarfintr6dfc*edt
iitn^oUowlPjrirwolutlon^to-dav:' v -.
T* 13 * ith^Poatriiflster^Generali
jtßepff9entetlvfs. f iif : inot|inconrts»er(tii'jrtth'
if ppiWenceranaf «th»r:<*o<mrn*nts in! his \[vems
l ifwjßswn^ c^unfl-r* h«« contro? v , partafnlTiir, tdl
Bargain f
A^Fihe'l^JDer Piano in
prder^ ..; ; cost • ■;■ In ;
?' :; -j:>-v ■■;•■ : 'M<-i -'■■ -: i ■'■■■ ■■: -
jNe^3^rk at ;ther factory
$650. ; -BpugHt by: one of
our best families, and now
must beVsold. Fully gua
ranteed. ; Price v V
$175.
Manlißi Ramos
;'New''PH6ne JSBD. V "' " * :
and a netr appointment, matle^ so I that J th«
- people-of said -j town;, may. .be -provide* ;
:'wj.fh : j the/ privileges of, post-office «••
, ylcc.' iv-'-i-'.-' -Si :v *^ r; "" c -* *"■'"" : >: * : -*"* ; - •-' ' * '■■■■■ ; r
£-,THe resqTut!on-waa"referre<i'to : -'.th» CoaL
rßoadiir^ '
t t?9.?T>.l*7 1 - n *'T *?•■■ jP,tai»Be Conference.; '.' '
;v; v WASH! NGTOI^9 January ik^-Siirseon^ /,
sGeneral >^Vyman.<qf ~ the rPubUc^Healtlt
I Marine /Hospital ; Service. ? and 5 th© ~"eor»- '
, sentaUye^,; of :-. the }; health ;? authorities ■ of
1 nineteen^States,v the ;lndlan iTerrltory land / -
j the.- : DlatrlctM>f / Columbia; 5 met ■ in *confer-
subject -of
plague; ln *, the; United '< States/ * Vir-'
pinla was jrcpresehted^by 'Dr.^Paalos 'A^ "
•Irving, of Rlchmond.7 and i North i Carolhia.
!;by-H;>B: r Lewia.v^-: r; r->;. ;-i -ivl-v •:•-.-.- ;--v.-:-:; --v.- : -:, :-v
TUe Grip Foll'owi the Snow. v :
iil I*.1 * .^ n - >be vpreyented -rand the ' wuii( ■■;: ■
peases;* cured jln.^Jt.wo'i'dayaj In .^Jt.wo'i'day a; Vy : ? taking: Laxa^
* tl Y°|3? r or?' :v rQulnlnsif:.'na»lets.-' E.^- "W,
onibox^ :> ?. i •- . . " •> •: "'.
-".>-•• ■ Plmlc Caimatfan* 1' ■-'•->
: 35e^ per^doswUißafes.fTcut ,'floweta.^Tlolet% „
> etcJHßouquets;il>s!frii;T«n4 > Cut i Flbirirt ;VJ:
■hipped to any point.' , . .
'.- . . .w. a: hammoxt>.
;;=;.,>,;. ;:=No?:iOT;e«st?Bfda<ir«tr««C' "'•: *
day;. ««^N«rfoqf»«»*;o» P»|«t Tv** ' : -

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