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OPENING SALE. CARLOADS ot new Pianos, ohosen by our oxporfis ln tho fnotorles aro on vlow thls wcok, Master crcntlons of tho makers' art. Pianos rccognlzotl as poerless all ovor tho wnrld ? EXP0S1TI0N OF PRIZE W1NHERS. ' It is an opportunlty to boo nt ajrlnnce tho porfectlon of plnno mnnufaofcure. Evoryfain ous mnko ls roproscntecl, inolutllng Steinway, Knabe, Hardman, Standard, Kimball, Haines. Our Spring oleanlng hns dlscovored a host of bargalns that must bo sold an nny prico. Wo need more room, nnd havo selectoda lot of PIANOS, ORGANS, SMALL INSTBU MENTS, MUSIO BOXKK AND SHEET MUSIO to bo sold REOARDLbSS OP COST. WALTER D. MOSES & 00., Lorgcst nnd Oldost Muslo House ln tho South, 103 E. BROAD STREET. DR. W. F. CREASY GETS PAYING PLACE Succeeds Dr. Sam W. Hobsort as Quarantlne Offlcer of Newport News. Governor Montague yesterday ap? polnted Dr. W. F. Creasy to be quaran? tlne offlcer at Newport News, to suc ceed r>r. Samuel W. Hobson, whose term of offloe exptros May lst. Thls posltlon, from a unonclal polnt of vlow, is one of the most deslrable ln the gift of the Executlvo, being worth, lt is said, not less than *G,0O0 a year. Dr. Hobson was appolnted by Governor Tylor early in hla term of offlce, and has made a llne offlcer He was hlghly ondorsed for re-, appolntment. Dr. Croasy's appllcatlon was also splondldly Bupported. He ls about thlrty-flve years of ago and a reg? ular practitloner of the clty of Newport Nows. He has never boen an offlce holder. Dr. Hobson Is one of the best known young men In the eostern part of tho Stato. Ho ls a son of Mr. Hasklns Hob? son, of Powhatan county, and has a brothor llvlng ln this clty, Mr. T. M. Hobson, of the Life Insuranco Company of Virginia. The Governor had a nu'mbor of call erB yesterday mornlng, but managed to attend to a good deal of Stato buslnoss. CLOPTON FOR SENATOR Dlstingulshed Jurist to Become Legis lator Agaln. From present indlcatlons there ls hardly a doubt that Hon. W. I. Clopton, of Manohester, Clty Attorney and Judge of the County Court of Chesterflold, wlll bo sont toJth'e'Setfato to succoed Hon, Phll. B. Cdgbitl? bf Chesterflold. Judge Clop? ton was years ago a dlstlngulshpd mem? ber of the House of Delegates from hls dlstrict, and ls regarded as ono of the ablost and purest county court JUdgos In Virginia. The term of Judgo Clopton wlll end wlth the abolltlori of tho pres ont county court sy3tem, on the lst of February noxt, and ho wlll moanwhllo bo choson to the Sonato. Tho dlBtrlct cm braces tho countles of Powhatan, Ches torfleld and Goochiand and tho clty of Slanchester, and so far as ls known the dlstingulshed Jurist wlll havo no oppoal tlon. Judge Clopton, apart from being a fine lawyor, ls one of tho most soholarly mon in Easrtern Virginia, and is wldely known throughout that soetion. COMPROMISE ON THE TONNAGE TAX B1LL A compromiBO has beon practlcal'ly roacftied betweon the frlonds and oppo nents of tho proposltlon to levy a tax upon tho output of mlnes In Vlr_lnia. which brings tho ilguro down from $1 per, por flOO of valuo lo Uilrty conts, and lt is thought tho lattcr wlll go through tho House nnd Sonato, too, for that mattor, Gonoral Rufus A. Ayers, Alr. W, A. Glasgow, Jr., and other strong Southwest ? lawyors, who aro hero to look after tho mattor, wero upon tho floor of tho Houau , yeBlerday when tho blll came up, and at thelr suKgestlon Hon. S. S. Slmmcrman, ot Wytbo, offered a substltute maklng the tax thlrty cents and rellovlng Iho injnos of local taxatlon. Alr. Gont, of > Russell, offerc-d an amondment, however, deslgned to restora thu right to local au? thorltles. and tho substltute blll, wlth tho Gont amondment, wlll almost cor talnly pasa. Tho further consideratlon of tho blll was postponed untll Aprll Oth, at the ihstance <>f Hon. II. L, Garrott, . of AHeghany. who is abient attendlng hls Circult Court. OENEROUS COLONEL MURPHY Sends ffilOO to the Police Benevolent Associallon. Major Howard has Just recelved the followlng letter, which ls self oxpla natory: March 23, 1903. Major B- V. Howard, Chlef of Pollce, clty: My pear Major,?I wlsh to extend through you my thanjts and appreciatlon for the excellent iproteotion rondered by Captaln XS. P. Hulco and tho ofllcers of tha eocond Dlstrict durlng tho f.vo on March 82_ Th? polico ofllcers were tjie first <>n tho scene, and under the command of Sor geant Sowell, they, by thelr bravery aud presenco of mlnd avorted wliut inlght huve been a panlo and wholesale Jootlng _t ray hotol. Too much vrtUae uaimot bo gtven to Sergeant Sowell for hls oloar hoadodness ln placlng hls men at the right places, and to the. men for the brave and Intelllgent manner ln which thoy carrled out hls orders. I enclose you my check for $100, which you can. use at your dlacretlon for tho wolfaro of your brother offlcers. I wlsh you to say to the oftloors of the Second Dlstrict that I appreoiate ond thank them for thelr courageous_ protootlon, and Wsn them and you all success ln wour call? lng. I remaln, doar slr, Yours most gratefully, JOHN MURPHY. TONEY BILL TO PASS Measure Amendlng Vestlbule Law Read a Second Time. Tho blll offered ln tho House by Mr. Tonoy, of Manohester, to amend the Folkos vestlbule car law, was glven lts second readlng In the Houso yesterday and wlll bo passed ln a fow days, The blll ls In tho nature of a compromlse for the moasuro offored by tho delegate from Manchcstor to roqulro all streot rallway companles to vestlbule thelr cars, sidos,, as well as .'back and front, durlng cortaln months, which was roportod ad versely from the Commlttoe on Roads. . Tho Folkos law requlros veatlbullng from Docomber lst to Aprll lst and the blll of Mr. Tonoy adds a month at each end, maklng tho tlmo from Novomber lst to May lst. The popular Manchestoriun has labored earnestly for hls blll, and ls much gratlflod at the outlook. Property Transfers. Rlchmond?R, Franoiono and wife to 8. F. Padgett, 32 feet on south slde Grove Avenue, southeast corner Plum Stroot, $2,750. Honrlco?Granlto Bulldlng Company to Arnanda Allen, 80 feot on wost slde Thlrty-third Street, 120 foot south of S, $750. Henry S. Hutzler to Willlam Flemlng, 150 feet about (lvo mlles wost of Rlch? mond, on tho Broad Stroet road, $100, R. XV. Parrlsh and wife to VV. B. Sel lers, "0 feot on Second Avenue, southeast corner Burns Streot, Hlghland Park, ?l,S0O. H. R. Pollard, speoial commlsslonor, to Phlllp J, Bagley, 117.43 acres on the Darbytown road, $4,000. Wlllls B, Smlth and wlfo to J. J. Plage ma_i, 150 feot on north slde Leigh Streot, r.ortheast cornor Dlnneon Street, $720. Serlous Operation. Mrs. E. H. Harrls, of No. 812 1-2 North Nlnth Streot, hud n very serlous opora tlon porformed at her homo last Thurs? day, Dr, Bassott, assisted by several othor surgoons dolng the work. The oporatlon was In evc#y way succossful, and Mra, Harrls, though stlll auffering ifrom lts effectB, Ir dally growlng strongor, and her frlonds look for hor speedy re corery. Thurston Cardoza's Success. Mr, II. Thurston Cardoza, formorly of thls clty, has beon appolnted manager for the Flfth Avenuo branch of the Knox hat establtshmont ln Now York. Thls ls a most Important and responslblo posltlon, and Mr. Cardoza's frlends nre plousod to hear of his promotlon. \Chestnut Jfct'll ana* tftghiand 3>ark\ l-W-hH~!-r-l-H-H-H-H~H~hHH-H-t' Mr. and MrB. XV. C. Todd, of "Walnut 11111," have boon vlsltlng Mrs. Justlco, of Powhatan county. MIbs Mlldred Colo ls qulto slck wlth whooplng cough, Thu regular Wednesday nlght sorvlce wlll bo lield ln tho Jocture-room of Hlgh? land Park Mothodlst l.plBcopal Church at a quartor to 8, couductod by the pastor, Rov. J. B. Askuw. I.lttlo Walker lluxter, of Fourth Ave? nuo, who has boen lll for sevoral weeks, Is convalesclng. Rov. Pr, D, K. Walthall, who was called tn Goochlund last woek, has ro? turnod to his homo on Fourth Avenue. Mlss Oladys l?vesay, of TUilrd Avonuo, is conftned to her homo by slckiie?8. The Wednesday ovenlng prayer mooting will bo held at tho resldence of Mr. Frank F. Ronnle, coudiioted by tha Rov. Dr. Ii, K. Walthall. MIbs Hattle Onortwln Ib qtilte slck at tho homo of hor paronts on Fourth Avonue. Tho Sunboam Soclety wlll meet thla afternoon at tho reuldonce of Mrs. AIiib lio. of Second Avenue, at half-past 3. All aro urged to be prosent Mr. Willlam M. Colo, who haa beon OWay on a buslnoss trlp, bus returned to hla homo on Thlrd Avenuo and Wlllow Btreot, whero ho wlll remaln for a fow days, after which ho wlll go to Chase Clty. Mrs. Kdward Pollard, of Church Hlll, has been vlsltlng her mothor, Mra. I3park.es, of Fourth Avenue. Mtb. N. K. Vaughun, who la vlnitlng her daughter ln Sallsbury, N, C.. hau boon qulto slck, but U now iroproving. HARD FIGHT IN CAMPBELL CASE Reports Llkely to Be Debated in Both Branches of the JLeglslature. There ls ovldently gblng to be a great flght In both, the Sanate and Houso ovor the flnal adoptlon of tlio roport of the Oourts of Justlce Commlttoe ln tho Campbell-Gr&wford oase, and thore wlll no doubt a great deal of oratory both for and agalnst Judgo Campbell ln the two hduses, It ls interostlng to know Just whon the ouoused Judge wlll make hls answor to tho notice and charges of tho two houses, and what tho nature of tho an? swor wlll be. He hns untll Monday, Aprll 6th, to act, and lt ls conjecturod tliat he wlll answer "not gullty," and ask to bo allowed counsel on the floor of tho two housep. In vtho event he should bo answer, and' counsel should, be granted,' lt ls presumed' that Major Conrad would agaln represont hlm, and that MossrB', Brown and Dovlng nnd Btrodo would appoar for tho Common woalth. But precondontB In the Stovens and Shumato casos aro sald to be ngalnst tho allowlng of cottnsol, and lt ls there foro oxpooted that the proposltlon wlll be vlgorously fought and defoatod lf it Is offerod, It is llkoly that Hon. R. B, Davis, of Petorsburg, porhaps tho strongost law-, yer in tho House, wlll leod the flght for the roport, and that he wlll bo ably sup ported by Colonel R, B. JjOo, Jr., of Falrfax, and other. strong members of tho commlttoo. lt may ,bo that should tho Hoilso adopt tho roport by any suh stantlal majorlty, it may go thro.ugh the Senate without debato, but thls ls not llkoly, and It would canse no surprlso should the dobate ln both branches last for many days. TENNIS PLAYERS TO MEET Ping-Pongers of Rlchmond College and Randolph-Macon to Contest. Rlchmond College and Randolph-Macon tennls playors wlll meot in a compotltive game oarly next month. Thoy plng-pong balls for tho champlonshlp, of the oast orn part of Virginia. It is oonslderod llkely that MCssrs. T. G. Pollard, Peroy Straus and Robort Gllllam, Jr? wlll rep? resont tho college, Tho gymnnslum class of Rlchmond College wlll glvo a publlc oxhlbitlon ln collego assembly hall on tho ovonlng of Aprll 17th. Mr. Goodwln Wllllams, tho dlrector of tho gymnaalum, haa offored two medals to be dellvered on thlH occa slon, tho ono for tho groatost proflclcncy ln dumb-bell drlll and tho other for best work on the double bar. PLAY THIS AFTERNOON The Phillies to Meet the Team Which will Represent Rlchmond. There was no contest at Broad-Stroet Park yestorday aftornoon botwoen Rlch? mond Collogo and the Phlladolphta Na-. tional Loague teams, nor was ono con templatod. However, tho Phllllos dld ln dulge ln a Uttle practlce, but not a member of the Collego team vlslted the fleld during tho aftornoon. Thero wlll be a gamo thla afternoon, tho weather permittlng, botweoh the nggre gatlon. which la to repreaent Rlchmond ln the Stato League and the Phillies, when an excitlng contest ls expected. Both teams have had practlce a plenty and both are ln fine fettlo, ready and anx Sydhoh ...AND... HUHDLfY Leaders Next Week we will have something to say about Refrigerators, Go-Carls, Baby Garriages Two gentlemen of this cify, one a prominent bank er, the other a retircd capi talist, remarked a few days ago that they saw no use longer to go to New York to buy fine goods, when there was such a display of ele gancc in Furniture as they found here. Both gentlemen we number among our best customers. It takes nerve, and a wlmle lot of it, to shoulder tlie expense of ten different Stores and to carry a stock aggregating many scores of thousands of dollars of the best goods made in this country and to sell them at from 10 to 15 per cent. less than the same goods are sold are sold in New York, but the liberal patronage be stowed upon us has proven a great "nerve tonic," and . we intend to "keep it up." Sydnor&Hundley 709-11-13 E. broad St. lous to put up tho Forap of thelr liv?_, Tho gamo wlll be called at 5:30 o'clock. The llno-up wlll boi PhiUJes?Burohell, Duggleaby, P,j _tm? mer, Jtoth, O.i Douglas, 1 B.| Braahear, 3 B.| Bulmrlth, S. B.j wolverton, I 8,1 Barry, h. _\i Hallman, C. _\| Kslstsr, R. F, Rtdhmond?Hookor, Ttltter, _?,( Mo XjHa\o'y^ C, lnomas, 1 B.j Knowles, 8 fi , Hlcks, s. S.| F. Blaby, 8 B.| Jones, L, _ .j 8, fiifiby. 0. F, i bendef, R. F. B*rt Crowhtirst wl" tmplre. MORE HEROIC FIREMEN Saved Four Persons From Probable Su'ffocatlon Early Yesterday. Herolo work waB agaln performed by tbo flreman durlng the fire early yestor? day mornln* at No. 1210 East Broad Street. The flremcn who flgurcd ln tho inoldent were Messrs. B. H Harrls, John P. Hugell aiid Mlke Jaooblnl, of No. 1 truok, and Joseph Hoofnor, of No./U en glno. Tlirough tho, donso smoke they resoued Mr, and Mrs, R. L, Charles, thelr lnfant ond a colored servant namod Rose Car? ter. Thoso four persons woro almost ln senslblo from suffocatlou by smoke, They woro oarrled and lutalstod down the lad dors by tlho four horoes montloned above, The house'was occuplod by L. B. Pot tus ns a boardlng houso, nnd thoro wero about twenty porsons In tho houso at tho tlme the alarm was turned ln. Tho flro was caused by somo mutchos Ignltlng lh a closet In the bnaement. The.damago to the housoliold effoots wlll probably reach *7B and to the bulldlng about,*50. Ono of the flramen lost hls unlform coat, whloh he would bo glad to have reUtrned. MAYOR APPROVES Delay Granted Cltlzena' Rapld Transit Company Meets His Vlews. Mayor Taylor yoatorday mornlng re? turned to Clty Clork Ben T. August tbe ordlnance passed by both, branohes of the Councll, glving the Cltlsens' Rapld Trnnslt, Company an extenslon of nlne months ln'which to undertake the con struotlon of: the vladuct over Marshall Street. He approved the measuro, and tho extenslon ls now an Indlsputable fact, . Aftor a sllght lllneas Commlttee Clerk Alfrod MoDowoll was at hls deak at the Clty Hall yestorday afternoon. The gonlal clerk lost only one' day on account of hls lllneBS,. and he was really ln no oondltlon for work yestorday, although ho laborod.i through tho day, gettlng the volumlnoue work whloh ho ls called upon to porform ln flrst classf shape, Counollman John Toefoy, of Jackson Ward, who has boon fll for sevoral weeks at hls home, was sllghtly lm proved yesterday. Hls frlends ontertalh hopes that ho wlll be out agaln ln a few days, CHURCH HILL HOSPITAL Work of Erectlon to Begln thls Summer 36,000 In Hand. The physlolans of Church Hlll, asslstod by tho Lady,Board of Managers of the Church Hlll Hospltal, have suoceeded In ralelng about,$8,000 on the fund for the now hosplttUt <: to be ereoted on Llbby Hlll. The delay ln beglnnlng work' has boon occasloned by the hlgh prlce of materlal, but lt Is expeoted now that ground wlll bo broken durlng the sum? mer. A conference ls soon to be held which wlll brlng togothor the board, tbe archltoct, Mr.iP. J. Whlto, p.n<X the con tractor. Dr. ?,Garoln ls the executlve of flcor of the /enterprlse,;;. ;Court News. The Hustlngs Court was. ln sesslon all of yesterday, Judgo Ingram proBldlng. Several casos of no publlc lnterost were dlsposod of. The oourt wlll probably be ln sosslon to-day. ,. In the Clfcult Court yesterday after? noon a sult for 11,084.86 was flled by J. N. Gorman agalnst R. T. Cole, The sult of H. C. Brauer agalnst the Rlchmond Transit Company for $200 damages was heard in the Law and Equlty Court yesterday, the Jury re turnlng a verdlct for the defendarrt. I fulton Tfews, | Rov W. 8. Leake, pastor of Fulton BaptlBt Churoh, ls conductlng r.vlval, services at Randolph-Street Baptlst Church. '?' , ? Rov. Mr.' Leake wlll preach hls last sermon as pastor of Fulton Baptlst Church next Sunday mornlng. The Buflders' League of Donny-Street M. E, Church wlll moot thls afternoon wlth Mts. Kate Laundors, of Nlcholaon Mobel, the Uttle daughter of Chlof Fred. Rlco, who has.beon extremoly 111, is some what bottor. ; ? Mattaponl trlbe of Rod Men wlll meot to-nlght wlth the Wlgwam at Nelsen's Codar Camp, Woodmen of the World, wlll hold tholr regular mi rtlns? on Thurs? day nlght ln Nelsen's Hall. Chlcken thlovos are operatlng ln Hen? rloo county. Several hon roosts suffered Sunday. Mrs. Norman Smlth, of Ful? ton Hlll, lost twenty-slxth Plymouth Rocks, and Charles Wbltlock, who ro-> sldes on tho Charles Clty Road, loBt a dozon or more fowles and Heveral house hold utenslls, Carl Gunlach, the llttle son of Mr. Au gustus Gunlnoh, ls quito Blck. BIG HEART OF JUSTICE JOHN ______?,? Forgave a Miserable Colored Woman for Steallng Mllk for Her Sick Chlidren. Justlco Crutchubld' exerolaed hls Jutll clul prorogutlvo yostorday mornlng ln a caso that horo,much pathos. A colored woman Uvlng bn j South ? Second Stroot nud boon arrostod fur purlolnlng a can ot mllk from tho front'doorstop of a rosidont of South Fourth Streot. Sho wus taken wlth the mllk In her possos sjoii, and aho displayed Indlcutlons of iho most abject inlsery. Whon arralgned boforo Justlco John sho told a talo thut haii lia offoot upon tho big, aofl heart of that Indlvidual, "1 got two llttle ohlldron home Blck wlth ineonlcs," sho sald. "1 dldn't havo iiDtblng for thom to eat, and thoy had lo havo Humpln. I dldn't havo no monoy, ho l Just gofcs out and lakes tho mllk. I wouldut dono (t, but my chlldorn was tso Hlck und no hungry." "Hero, Hurgeanr," sald tho Justlco, "sond a pollcumao homo wlth thla wo? man. and lf she ls tolllng tho truth |ot hor Btuy." Tho Hlory waa found to be truo, and tho woman wus left to ropunt of tho wrong In tho happlness of feodlng hor bblldren wlth tho mllkjiflnd wlth othor things that klpd hands had glven her, ra *m SHOE IW Men's S5.00 Shoes for S3.5Q. in D V. ?? Douylam mmkott and ?ttllm moro mon'm Goodyoar wolt (hand-aawodprooeam)mhocm ... than any othor manufaoturor In tho world. $25?O00 REWARD ?n in*?f*o ictSiI"^^^*! W, ,L. Doyglaa-Bolis moro men's 88,60 buocs tlian any. other. manutoeturer. ,:becauae,..they have 'ttlbw ?bj1ti,-flt' bettcr. nnd wear longer than any othor mako. They are the only 83.50 boocs that suit tho young men who havo been paying 85.00 for shoes THE WORLO m Ji .BSTABUBBSD 1870. ' Itote Inoraaae ln BuBlneai l . 1899 Sales : $2,203,883.2 I 1902 Sales i $5,024,340.00 Aajalnof Se.mso.ABfl.Tn ln FourTear*. ft ????! n n I The senulne h??e IV. lu Dnnr IiHIiI nll 11?? nnnin nnd prlco ?totnped UUUIIUIII onthebottom. , The Douglas secret process of; tannlngthebottomsolesproducoo absolutelypureloather; mpre flex-; Ible and wlll wear longer than any, other tannageln tho world. , The sales have more thandoUbled the past four yoars, whlch Pfoves Its euperlorlty. Why not glve W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes a trlal and save 11.60on every palr._[ Mado of the boat Imported and Amerl? can Leathets, HoijI'b Patent Galf, Froneh Enamol, Box.Calf, Calf, Vhl Kld, Patent Oorona Kld,-and Patent Corona Colt, "Boya all wour W. L, Doug? las' atrong mado $2AO mhooat Youth'a, $1-75. Fisl Color Erelets used ewluilralj. , gror, ?hoo? nre juw M good W. m. WATKIMS, Manmomr. Don't p?y SB for bI.oob i.t,y j D|OM|W|ONDa ?23 EdSt Bf08ll SttBOt. m"wtr?lV?f Catalo* of Sprlnir' _,. __ ...-._.-. ?_- lHUXlT.AH, Hrockton, Miim_._ ?K3______________________________^ NORFOLK & WESTERN RT. THE ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE TO ..NORFOLK... (WEST Ss 3 ^ EAST ^?:-p?|_;_| -NORFOLK LIMITED" aiia "OCEAN SHORE LIMITED/ Both run; solid from Richmond to Norfolk in 2 hours ana 20 minutes without change of cars. (See schedule in another column). . ? LOW COLONIST RATES NOW IN EFFECT TO CALIFORNIA, WASHINGTON, MONTANA, AND OTHER WESTERN STATES. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ VIA NORFOLK 6 WESTERN, TICKET OFFICES: Byrd-Street 9tatlon; Rlchmond Transfor Company, 819 E. Maln Street; Murphy'a and Jefferson Hotels, and COMPANY'S OFTICE, 838 East Maln Street; JOHN E. WAONER, Clty PaBBenger Aoent. W. B. BEVIIX, Gen'l Pass. A_t. C. H. BOSLEY, Dist. Pass. A?t _HB___B____________rr_Ef__i Crocker-Wheeler Company, Manufacturers of and MOTORS. Electrical Engineers for an economical drive of Pumps, Blowers, Hoists, Printing Presses, IVlachine Tools, etc. Washhtgton Office: 1417 New York Avenue. Offices and Works, AMPERE, N. J. 00000000000000000000000000 | ffiarton Jfetghts. \ $000000000000000000000000*. Mrs, R. Xj. Middloton, of Norfolk, Va., v/bo has boon vlsltlng frlends on the Helghts, has returned home. Mlss Jordan ls qulte slck at her homo on Hermltage Road. Mr. Albert Graham, who has been vls? ltlng Mr. S. P. Jones, has roturned to Manchoster. Mrs. C. Xj. Crane and daughtor, of Elimbeth, n, J., ls expected soon to bo tho guest of Mrs. 13. H. Leo. Mra. 11. T. Minter, of Newport News, ls vlsltlng near the Semlnary. Mrs. Thomas Armstrong ls qulto slck at hor home. MIbs 'Saunders, of Norfolk, who haa beon qulto slck at tho homo of her uuclo on Chestnut Hlll, ls Improvlng, Mrs, Cleaton ls qulte slck at tho homo of hor daughtor on Chestnut Hlll. I Mr. C, J. Ward', who haa boon vlsltlng hls daughtor near tho Semlnary, has le turncd' to hls home In llamlot, N. C? Mlss Mlnnie Hlntou, ot Fluvaana county, la vlBltlng frlonds noar l_ikOBlde, Mr. Horaco Bakor haa roturnod homo from a buslnoss trlp, Mr. Tumor lnus roturned to hls homo lu Alboinnrle county, nftor a vlalt to frlonds ln Brookland Park. Edwlii Moore Is qulto alck at hls homo, Mlsa Lona Kelly oxpocts to roturn to hor home on Brouk ltoad from a vlslt to frlends ln Newport Nows thls wo.'k, , Mastor Archlo Tront, who has boon qulto slck at hls homo lll Hlghland Park, ls linprovlng. Mrs. Anderson, of Amol|a, ls vlsltlng. hor slstor on Chamberlnln Avonuo. Mr, Bay Dlokorsnn, ot I.uck Avenue, has left for Givonsboro, N. C,', to uccopt ii posltlon. MIbs Dolly Jones, who haa boen vlslt Ing hor brothor 011 l.uck Avenuo, has ro? turned' to Manchoster. Mr Batos, who has boen very slck nt his home on U>ck Avenue, ls Improvlng. Mra Robort Scott, who has been vlslt? lng iii Goophlund cour.ty, has. roturnod hMr' Ml-ort tirahum, of ch storibid county. ls vlsjtllie Mr. S. P. Jones. Mlss Baviuoiid Jones, of l.uck Avenue, is vlsltlng relatlves 1" Mancheslor. Mlss Mlldrcl Clarke. who has beon qulte slck at her home on Walnut Hlll, ls able to bo out agaln. Tho Golden Gato Club wll^ meet at tho rt-Bldi-nco of .Mr*. i"0iie ttt 3'M ?'claclf p AI. to-day. \ Pau'l Miller, whoJ lias boen qulte slok, L J. MANUFACTUniSR OP pure herb mmsim la oiii! of tlio Greatest -lleiilerri of tlio Slck on KnrtlirCures nll Disensca or no Cliartc 1 cure ull dlseusea tlini uro Knuwn lo tliu humau j-acu or no ehni'KO, no matter wliat your dlaea.se, alclsiiess or nicilotlon may be, and rcstoro you to perfect Health. I uuro tho foltowliiK dlHoascs: Heart . Diacaso, ConaumpUon. lllooil, Kldnoy; I.lver. l.tlnil der/Strlcture, IJl!ea ln any forni. VertlKO, Qulnay, Sora Thront, Uing* llysriensip, lndl?oatlon, tlonatlpatlon. Rllouin.atlaAV l|> any form. Pains fintl Aohe.'i of nny Kljijl, Colda, Hronclilnl TrouDlon. Sonih, hlilir Dlaeaaes, all llehlnp senaaiioiih. all l'emalu. Complnlnts, I.a Grlpna. or I'nmimonla; Ulcers, CarbunclL's. Jlolls, Caueor. the worst fornia, .wlthout-tlio use of knlftt or liiKtrumonts; Kezoma. 1'bnplcs on tacp [iiul liodv; Dlnbeteg of KlrlnevK or BrlRhtB, Dlaeaso of iho Kldneya. I i-?re any dla c-aw, no mattor of what nature. All ven ert'iil dlNt'UKOH a spopinity. Moi?l<.'lii?> aont. to nny nrtdresR by ?xpret?. For full partl-. culnrs Bond a iwo-cent Htunrn for an?M ? No. 401 West Jlrcmrt Rtroot. TtlirlimoTul. va. Jiw Mills r Yea, of courao, wo mnnufaoture them-aiul of tlio very best oon structlon! We havo bullt rnany a aaw-mlll durlng our vast expurl onco of over tlilrty years! Wo know a ereat doal nliout them. Wo also repolr thom at ronsonnblo prlces! Rstlmatea choerfully fjiven or-mnlled upon reiiueat. RIchmond Iron Works. (Estab'd 1809. Incorp'd 1902.) 16tli & Broad and 15th & Graco Sts.' , Rictimotid, Va, at hls homo on Montelro Avenuo, Is now able to be oul. MIsb Ineas Goodwln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JO. 1'. Goodwln, former res'dcnts of tho lielghtB, but now of Hlnto:i, \V. Vn.. Ib tho guest of frlonds hero. Mr. \V. D. 1'oylon, who has boen on a buslnesn trlp through tho Southern States, ls vlsltlng Dr. G. J. pavld.on. Mr. Trueheart at Ralelgh. XV. C. Trueheart; ngont'of tho Seahoard Alr Blne at Chestor. has gbno lo Ralelgh, Ns C? to haudle the clty passenger und tieket ugencj,, whllo Mr. Guttis. the reg? ular agent, IsBOllclting tho northein tour lst travel at Plnehuret, N. C. ? _ GLOVER, TIMOTHY, GRASS SEED. SEEH OATS, CORN, NOKTHERN-fiROWH ?_ SEED POYATOES, Etc. ' Wo mako a speclnlty of Hlgh Grodo KIBLD 813ED8, buy ln large qunritltloH. and aro prepared to mako low prices, quallty consldered. 'Wrlto us whon buylng. ) N. R. Savage & Son Uraiii and Seed Hcrchants, Richmond, Va. MONEY TO LOAN J10 nnd upwords.loaned on Pianos md housoliold furniture, on the bulldlng and loan assoclatlon plun, which makes tho cost much less than you pay olsewhero, and allbw you to pay lt off ln monthly pay ments, runnlng from one to twelve nionths. Get others' rates, then ?seo us. Tldewater Uan and Truit Co. Sulto 33-34, Thlrd Floor, Merchants' Natlonal Bank Bulldlng, 11C8 East Maln Street. Tako Elova'tor. TANNER PAINT AND OIL CO., 1419 Eust Maln Streot, RICHMOND,- VA? COI.D WATER PAINTS, ? FhOOJt ?:STA1NS, RRUSHK9, and l^AlN'f* ERS' ? SUI^LIBS.