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IN FAR SOUTH (fonlinued front Flrst prigf.) flgo lo frult and vpgetallon |- reported. No report hns 1>een recelved from Otitlor and Ihe H.-micsfead Pfctloti.o where It ls feared Ihe most damnge has been done to frult (Hfrl Vegetflbles, J A Schooner Wrecked. The schooner Molrnsr? fwlth a crew of Msjlu and four paysengers was wrecked Saturday, Just beforo sunset a great tvnve swept oy?>f Ihe vessfl capslilng lt and throwlng the pas?*engers nnd crew Into thn sea. Mrs, Hallen, one of thn paspengers wan |o"at but Iho cr?w mnnacod : lo cllng ot the Mdes of Ihe vessel nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wollcr, (wo other pnsseti- I K?Vrp, found themselves ln the water wlth- i In reach of tlie ynrdnrrii of the foremasl, whon Ihe ahlp rlgliterl herself the two | Mlll cllnglng lo tlio rlgglngs. The mnsl, | howevor, fell nnd cruehed Mrs, Weller. Ifer llfeless body was wnshert overboard WHII- Mr. Weller had both bonen of hls rlght nrm broken. The sciiooner drIliPd iin?l| Monday wh?n all were wnshed over* board. Mr. Wnller grasped a hatch and flonted aslinrn landlng near Pnlm Bearli ns rlld the captain, mate and two colored sf-nmen. One whlto mnn nnd four negroes wero drowned. At present It ls Imposslble ? '> glve thoir names. Schooner and Bark Stranded. Tho foiir-masted schooner Jamen Judgn of Philadelphia. is aground four mile** ROtltli of Palm Beach, hnvlng gone nshore, Monfisy |n ? terrlflc gale ln whlch the wlnd blew from fiO to no mlles an hour. Tho crew nre nll snfe. The vessel ls bad? ly rlamUged. lt carried no cargo. Tho three-mastcd bark Zlon, owned by A. Hcmme.i, of Emden, Oerm.i.ny, load cd wllh a mllllon feet of lumber from Pensacola to London, stranded flvo mlles north of the Houso of Refuge near Fort Laiiderdale, about 3 o'clock yesterday and Captain Hemmes nnd crew of fourteen men after several hours of struggllng. saved thomselves wlth the ald of pleces of lumber nnd Improvlsed rafts. Th. Rainfaxe Aground. (By Aixoolated Press.) K.BY WBST, FLA., Oct. 19.?The N'or w'eglan bark Rainfaxe from Campache for Europe, Captain Logwood ran aahore yes? terday on Marqucsa reef durlng the storm. The crew wero rescued by the schooner Welcome and landed on Mnrquesa Beach safo. " The tug Chllds and wreckers gave nsMs-tancc. The hurrlcano mlssed Key Wc.st. No damage waa done here. TRAP SHOOTING. Walter Huff Scores High Gun, With 186 Out,of Possible 200. (Speclal lo The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) RALLIGH, N. C. Oct. 1ft.?ln U.e trap shooting thls afternoon ln connectlon wlth ?Uhb State Falr Walter Huff scored hlgh lS'l out of posslble i'OO. Georgo Lyon, of Durham scored lilgh amateur wlth 1S2. Thore w*ere tlilrty-two shooters, twenty two Miootlng through tlie programme. In tho last contest snootlng for the flrst paynicnt on a life pollcy ln the Prudentlnl, W, P. Whltaker and J. C. Elllngton. Jr.. tled, 160 each. and were-unable to hreak the tlo. whlch ls to bo-ahot- off on tho local fleld. ? - ? OBITUARY. Alice Josephine Colquitt. Miss Alico Josephine Colquitt, the d.nightcr of the late J. H. and Mrs. M. A. Colquitt. dled yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Her resldence, No. O West Grace Streot. The funeral will take placo thls after? noon at 4 o'clock. Tlie Interment will bev rnade li^ Hollywood. Arthur Davis. COMORN, .VA.. Oct. ii'l?Thn -remalns of Mr.'?Arthur Davls, who dled In New Mcjdco a few days ago. arrlved ln Klng llcorge yesterday. Tlio last lllness and death of youiiR Davls were pccullarly sad and dlstresslng. He was just clghteen years of age, and aymptoms of serloua lung troubles developed whllo he was a ?srudent at Wllllam and Mary College laat sprlng. He then came to hls homo here to recuperate. I Ils physlclan advlsefl a change ol' cllmate. nnd about the first of July hls father accompanled hlm lo New Mc,\k-o. When hls father returned Iwrne tho flrst of Augnst ho brought hopeful news; and Mrs. Davls, tbe young man's 'mother. went immedlately to vlslt hlm. and iliidlug hlm rapldlv dc-cllnlng. had to remaln wlth hlm untll slis returned wlth tho remalns. Locvnsod waa the youngest son of Captain and Mrs, Charles K, Davls, of DJdo, thls county. and wns ono of tho most promising and iinlvc-rsally popular yoiins; men of Klng George. Tho Inter? ment wlll be made In the cemetery of F'.. Paul's Eplsi-pal Church thls after . lioon. Miss Tomasia Meade. 'fSpo-clal to Tlie Times-lliKpatch.) MILLWOOD, CLARi-B COUNTY, VA., (ici. Vj,?JIIbs Thomasla Meado dled Mon? day evcnlnB at Pro.speut Hlll. near Mlll*, wijod. Lho resldenco of her brother, Mr. l\ Key Meado, after nn lllness of scv* eral weeks. M'ss Meade had been for some years past 'prlucapal of the Bi'fix ton Sjelioul for Glrls, In Millwood. She was very popular here, and wlll be great; l.v nilsst*! by her many friends and rela? tlves. Slie was tlie daughter of Mr. F. B. Meado. docoased. of thls county, and granddaughter of tho lato Bishop Wll? llam Meade, nf Vlrglnla. Sho is sur? vlved bv three liiotlieis, Mr. F. Key Moad.\ Phlllp C. aud Rov. Wlllinm N. Jlnnde, and ono fiislor, Mrs, Frnncls B. Whlttng-. Mrs. C. E. Smith. \ fKpeclal to Tho Tlnien-DlKpatrh.) LYNVUBMRG, VA.. Oct. IO._Mrs. Ches tlue |2. Smlth. wlfe of .Mr. John ?3. Smlth, aged seventy years, dled yosterday morn? lng ln thls clly of pnirnlyMK, nfter nn lllness Inaiing only hIx hours. Sho Is sur ,Vlved hy slx sons and her husband, all of whom urn rosldents of thls clty save one, who IJvok in Cnmpbell county. Mrs. J. H. Sullivan. .(Speclal to The Tlmes.Dlspalcli.) FrUSDKRlCKSBURO. VA., Oct, 1(1. Mik. John 11. Sullivan, a well known lady of Stafford (ounty, dled yesterday at hor home. near Montelthavllle, of congestlon of ihe Ktoinach, aged sevent.v-one years. She is survlved hy hor husband, four sons aud flve daughtars. ?. Deaths Reported Yesterday. Deaths reported to the Board of Health yesterday were: WITr-TE? Frances Wrlglit, fomale. 71 years, 0 months, 3 doysi Hotirleo county, Wm. H. Throckmortdn, male, 68 years; 711 Grnharn Street. COLOReD? Xtobert. Brown, rria|e, -10 years; Henrlco county. DEATHS. COLQOITT.-Dled, October li). 1001, at her resldence. S29 XV. Grace Street, AL1CK JOSEFH1NF, COLQUITT. duughtor of the lato J. II. and M. A. Colquitt. Funeral from resldence THIS AFTER? NOON, Octobor 20th, at -I o'clock. Jn*. ternient_?llollywood. GET RID OF ynuv old fogy ideas and your'no account preparations. n. BE UP TO 1>ATE AND UaE XANTHINE HAIR RESTORATiVE and you wlll get i'lrt of nll HAIR troubles nnd lf gray, natural color WILL COME BACK, Not a dye. PRICE $1,0Q PER BOTTUE, And usa tha XANTHINE DYSPEPSIA TABLETS and your food wlll agree wlth you and nourlsh you and you wlll be _lad you ?re Hv(n?, PRIOE 60C, PER BOX?We poy charges op all ordtrs.a.dreesed to XANTHINE CO,, R1CHMONP, VA, .Wrlte us for clrculars, -??"?--?-?"?-?-?-# -+4-#-*-*~ft-* ?-?-?-?-?-?-?-# The place to buy Sporting and Atliletic Goods, The only place in the city to buy an elegant Tennis Racquet for $1.00. Tennis Nets, Tennis Markers, Tennis Poles, Tennis Racquet Covers, Tennis Racquet Holders, Tennis Shoes. Golf Goods. Drivcrs, Mashies, Clecks and Put.ers., Wizzard and Haskell Balls. We exehange these makes in reniade or new for old balls. 4.sk to see our Sweaters, /Jerseys, Golf Shoes. Foot-Ball We make a special price to foot-ball teams, Moleskhi Pants, Leather Head Har? ness, Shin Guards and Shoes. Jerseys, with your college colors, at factory prices. We Cmi S-Kve You Money. J E.QUARLES -?Oiy!F?Ar??'V, l'ne. 105 E. Broad Street. WOMAN TERRORIZES BOTETOURT MEN Lcvics Tributc for Herself and Horse and Three Dogs. (Speclal to The Tlmes-Die.atcli.1' ?'? BUCHANAN, VA.. . Oqt.' i?.?.For tho past ten days a strange womaii, -fantas tic ln appearance aiid "'dres.,' ha.ybeen: greatly worrylngr the peoplo of lower Bot ctourt and Rockbrldge, She'. wa'ndera about th& country wlth a horse, which she lends by a ropo .thought brldled and saddled and three dogs. Food for herself and doges slie lovles upon whatever fnnn house she happens to bc near when hun? ger-comes,/and Ehe abundantly provldes for her horse from any convenient corn crlb. After nlghtfall ehe usually puts lier horso ln some faimcr's stable, feeds hlm liberally wlth graln and prownder and (Inds rest for herself In the hay. Tlier. wa_ ono farmer. who objectlng to the froo uso belng! made of hls etable and feed. ordered tlie woman away. She refused and the farmer Started for tho horso to i-omovo-lt. Tlie woman at onco whlpped out two plstolg' nnd nlmins them at hlm Uared hlm to touch the horse at t|ie perll of hls llfe. Where'the" woman comes from nobody knows. She eays sho ls the daughter of a stockman who Is somewhero ln vir? ginia selllng horses from whom she has liocomo separnted nnd sho is on her wny to Joln hlm, but ns she has been for ten days In the samo nelghborliood, not much faltli ls put |n her story. She calls herself a cow woman and holds the fnrmers ln great contempt, far In ferior to thn cow boys and cow women. She says her narne-la Bessle Hatfleld and clalms to bclojig to the Kenttioky famlly of that name. She ls appnrently of mlddle age,\uid hns llght halr whlch ls short and curly. ? ? ?, ? ?? " ?? Declines the Call. (Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) STAUNTON. VA., Oct. 19.?Rev. Dr. A. M. Fraser, the very popular pastor of tlie Flrst Presbyterlan Church, who was reeently called to Nashville to accept llie co-ordlnate secretarysblp of the Board nf Forelgn MJsslona ofthe Southern Pres liyterlan Church, whlch call was mado lo hlm by a commlttoo commlnsloned by tlie Gentral Assembly, announced last nlght that he would not accept the call, luit would remaln m Staunton Dr. Fra? ser has been conalderlng the call for somo tlme, apd hls large number of frlends liere aro dellghted over hls decision to stny ln Staunton, Re.uK. of a Jag. Mary Chllds and Wll|lam ISvnns went mit on a jag together. They alao wero .isorrtei'ly. and the result was $5 and 30 dfiys for each. LUMBER SCHOONER 1SABANDONED '-Urk of British Vessel Fired After Being Torn by Storm. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, October 39.?After having >een. buffe.tcd by wlnd and wavo for seven la>-5. untll only her battered hulk remain d, the Britlsh sciiooner Syanara was set m fire and abandoned at sea October Sth,; off Georgetown. S. C. Her com nander, Captain. Morohouse, and four nembers of the crew arrlved here to-day n Uio Clyde Line steamer Apaohe, which Ighted a wreck early yesterday morn :ig and after resculng tho fivo men, set Irc to tlie hulk. Two other sallors had een taken from tlio -wreck on Monday y the Britlsh steamer Barrlster. The lvo men who arrlved on the Apache at ho time, decllned to leave the wreck, i the hope of maklng an Amerlcan port, nd provlslons were furnlshed. them by ho. captain of tbe Barrlster. .""Pho Syanara left Savannah, Ga,, on 'uesdny, October 11th. wlth a load of Imber for Llgby, Nova Scotla, and on Vednesday began her battle wlth tlio a'lo in tlio first- loss of her deck load nd finplly compelled the cuttlng away f the threo masts In order to keep the essel rlghted. HARVARD WINS AGAIN. rakes Intercollegiate Golf Cham? pionship Seventh Time. (By Assoclated Press.) HAMILTON, MASS., October l&.?Harvard von ihe Intorcolleglato golf championship for he seventh tlme to-day, defeatlnc. Yale |n the Ir.al round of team matches on th? Hnks >f Mlapopla Hunt Cluh by a acore of 13 1-2 o 7. Three Harvard men and two Yale playera von thelr matclies while the leader- of the ?-o teams, H. 0, Egan and Max Behr were ?ven UP at the end of the day'a play of lilrty-elx heles. *JEW YORK MAN DIES IN SLEEPER ON WAY HOME (By A??oclated Prsps.) P.ALBIGH. N. C? Octobei' 10,-Mr. J. P. ?Inrphy. apparently a prosperous youn_ bus. neas man of New York, accompanled by hls vlfe and little chlld, and on hla way home rom Kl Paso, Jex., dled on a Bleeper near <lng'? Mountaln thls mornlng. The body vsb sont to Now york an- on evenlng traln, ?Irs, Murphy nccompnnylne* lt. ,., ...... ? ,.?,,,., r, ? i . Knights Templar Inspection. (8pec.ini to The Tlmes-Dlspa'teh.l LVNCHBURG, VA., Oct. 10,-The CnlsTli-ts Templar coinmanderlee ln thls Hy, Danvllle and Roanoke wlll be lu* pected here to-morrow ln the annual rlnngulnr Inspection. The vlsltlng com nanrlerles will reach here about i o'clock n t|ie afternoon, and after a march hrough the prlnclpal business streets, y||| be Inspectod bv the offlclals ot the irand Couimanderyln front of the Cor* lomtion Courthouse, At nlght the Lynch. iiirg knlghts will entertatn the vlsltors n an elaborate Jjanquet at the hall of he Hlll Clty Lodge, A. F. & A. M, *..' ?-.?*...???. Mrs. Marshall's Removal. <6p*clal to Tho Tlmes.Dlspatch,),, BBULAHVILLE, VA., -Oct. W.-Mrn. ?Taiicy Marshall. who la III at Mrs. Rob* rt Floyd's wlth lunammatory' rheuma Ism, wlll be. (aken- Thursday ln a oai* lage to Hanover Stntlon, on tho Chotia eaito and Ohlo. where sho. wlll ,go liy rnll *> Klnglund's SttUIon. on tho Richmond nd petorsbum Rallroad, Chesterfleld otinty. the home of her son-ln-law, Dr. ohn Fendall Ragland, whom ahe makes i?r home with. Dr. Ragland wlll meet or at Hanover Statlon. Dr, w, ;A. lltchell wlll accompany.ljor to tho eta Ico, - . , ' GALLANT KNIGHTS MAKE A DAY OF IT Automobiles Race and Wln Prizes?-Enjoyable Ball . Last Night. A large ?Sfowd of people saw and en joyed Ihe ..utomobile races, and tho lournamont at Broad Street Pnrk yester? day afternoon. Tlie autornobile obstaclo races were partlcularly Interesting, flnd some good speed and manlpulation was showp. Before tho affalr started a pa rade of the autos w:th two bands was had from the Clty Hall to the park. -y The flrat event wao t.he obstncle race. "Wh'.te Steamer," Dr. Stuart MoOulre's auto, wlth B. A. Blenner ns chaffeuer, made the half?mlle ln 3:50, striklng two obstacl... . I "Cadlllae,*' ' ot tho Foster Auto Com? pany, made lt In Z:Vx, with threo obstar cles struck ond over taps. \V, C, Pond, on an overted buckboard, made It ln 3:35. wlth no obstacles down, and won th. blue rlbbon. The second prl.e wns won by S. Stngg, ona Knox Water Motor, ln 3:50, over obstacles. The polnts between Foster and Blen? ner resulted ln a. tle. Both of these gentlemen acqultted thomselves moet crodltably. Blenner ran agalnst tlme and made the hailf ln 3:10. The second event was won by Blenner. 300 yards In 35 seconds; Foster, second, |n 38i Stagg, th'rd, In 52; Vaughan, fourth, ln oi, handicap. ThQ next foaturevwas the tournament, wlth fcho followlng wlnners: Flrst?F. F. Whlte, Knlght of Fork Unon, ?20. Second?_,ynn Moody, Knlght of Bon Air, $10. Thlrd?A. Jahnke, Knlght of Vlrglnia, ?6. There were ten entrles ln th!s event. Tho Judges were Messrs- W. A. Ham mond, Major R. Mills. H. T. Davis, Vaughan, Lloyd and Jenkins. The Dlxle Tournament Assoclation, un? der whose ausp'ces thls affalr was held, ?will glve annual tournament. and falrs. ,,Tho ball at Saenger Hall last nlght was a most enjoyablo affalr. GETS TEN YEARS. Negro Given* This Term for At tempting to Wreck a Train. (Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.) ^AWBBNCEVILLE, VA., Oct. 10.?The fall term of Brunswick Clrcult Court opened yesterday. The crlmina! docket ia long, and tho session may last two weeks or longer. The grand jury has been in session two days and has found a good -many truo bllls. '?* Only one case lias been trled at thls wrltlngy that of Rlchard Palmer, colored, charged wlth broaklng a swttch lock on the Southern Railway and attempting to wreck a train near Brodnax Station. ln thls county. Tho jury __ve hlm ten years ln the ponltentiary. the full llmlt. HE ENDS HIS LIFE BY SHOOTING HIMSELF (Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) LEESBURG'. VA.. Oct. 19.?Walter P. Compher, a wealthv cltizen of Loudoun, son of John Compher, of Waterford, com? mitted sulcldo yesterday afternoon by shooting- himself. He had been despond ent for several years as tho result of 111 health. Mr. Compher was flfty-two years old and unmarrled. Four slstera survlve? Mrs. Jbseph Lodge, of Round Hlll; Mrs. John Paxson and Mr.. XV. O. Russell, of Waterford,. and Mrs. Anan, of llyatts vllle, Md. a Will Sow Large Wheat Crop. CSpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) KENT'S STORE, VA., Oct. 1fl.?The prolonged drought in thls Sectlon, pro vents tho farmers from seedlng the largo crop of wheat. whlch, on.account of tho hlgh pr'.ce of thls cereal, tho acreage will be lncreased -by nearly double of that of tho last few years. Mr. G. H. Kent, former senlor member of tho firm of G. II. Keni & Company. ls absent on an extended vlslt to t.ho Western States, and wlll also vlslt the World's Falr on the trlp. Jones at Fredericksburg. (Snecial to The Times-Dispatcli.) FREDERICKSBURG. VA.. Oct. 19. Congressman Wllllam A. Jones. from thls dlstrict, nnd Democratlc candldate for ro-electlon, arrlvtv] liore to-day by tho M eems Llne steamer and dellvered a rousing speech ntthe courthouse to-nlght to tho voters, who were out ln largo nuin liers. Mr. Jones spoke at length. touehing on all of tho prlnclpal Issues of tlie cam? paign wlth force. and vlgorously revlewed the Tocord of the Republlcan pnrty, bring Ing out the strong polnts of the Demo? cratic party bv contrtist. Mr. Jones was freouently npplauded during the dellvcry of hls speech, nnd his vlslt here wlll re? sult in good to the Democratlc party. Mr. Jones's next appolntment ls at Westmore land Court, at Montross, next Monday. Attorney-G'enerai W. A. Anderson, wlio was anonunced to speak here. on Frlday night, Is unable to come, owlng to con fllcting engogements^ Hon. H. St. George Tucker will speak here on Monday nlght. .-a Judge Hundley Named. Governor Montague hns deslgnated Judgo George J. Hundley to slt in ono of Judgo Walter A. Wntson's courts for a part of the October term. is ono of the main symptoms of that terrible disease' called Eheu matism, which makes life a daily torture to many thousands. HAMLINS WIZARDOIL is a treatment which affords a poaitive cure for rheumatism and allied diseases. Applied externally, it relieves the pain at once, Taken inter nally, it cures permanently by purifying the blood of the lactio acid which-causes the disease. Anthony Smith, of Mayville, XII., says; "I had such severe rheuraat io paina in my arm and shoulder that I could neithor work nor sleep and was fast losing all hope of cure, when I heard of and jtried Hamlins Wizard Oil, two bottles of which performed a perfeot, per. manent cure,'' Price, 50c and $1. Wov sale arnd reoommended by ALL DRUGQISTS Will the Men Be Fittingly Clothed? If they have not already made proper preparations it is not too late, for here is evefything a* man needs to put blt. Dress and Tuxedo Suits, Black Sacl< and Frock Suits, Silk and Opera Hats, Full-Dress Shirts, Full*Dress Gloves, Collars, Ties aml other things nccessary to make a man's outfit complete. BURK & CO., 1003 E. Main St. Makers of the Clotties We Sell. ettmvy (?PUBLISH-NG| ?^r ' s.-?> HOUSE O212-21I NORTHSIMM STRECT. J ??iHBUjg " Tfte tfandsomest Book Store in the South," Is the verdict of travelers about our new RETAIL BOOK STORE. You are cordlally lavltcd to vlslt our building: and inspect our elegant now stock of 5tandard Works, Gift Books, Bibles, Fine Stationery, Art Publications and Leather Goods. Orders for Engraved Cards, "Weddlng and Soclal Invltatlons. e ' ? - = THE AMERICAN NUT JOURNAL The Only Paper in ' Existence Devoted to a Large Industry. The "American Nut Journal" has just begun issuo at Petersburg, Va., succoed lng the "Trade Journal," which began publication about one year ago, 'nnd whlch, by reason of the space devoted to nut news. galned a largro circulation throughout the Unlted StatesT Wllllam N. Boper Is edltor and general manager. Tlio "Amerlcan Nut Jaurnol" has the dlstlnotlon of belng tho only publication in the world devoted to tha nut industry, whlch has becomo a very lmportant one in thls country, especlally ln the South. Tho prlnclpal offlce is located at Pe? tersburg, Va., whlch ls tho largest Span ish peanut market ln tho world. One of the branch offices Is at Norfolk, Va., whlch stands at the-* head aa a market for Vlrglnla peanuts, nnd tho other branch offico Is at Coleman, Tox., which ls in the midst ofthe greatest pecan section of a State that exports more carloads ot.peeans than all tha rcst of tho world comblned. Dealers have long felt the need of a publication that would givo them authen tlc information and they wlll welcome tho "American Nut Journal" whlch wlll glve them all tlie news. ln tlio lnduntry, not only ln thls country, but throughout thn world. Progrssslvo land-ownera nnd farmers ln tho Unlted Statos, especlally ln tho South, are flndlng out that noth? lng; they can plant on tho farm wlll so permanently enrich Uro property ns nut trees. Praotlcal nnd'oxpert growora wlll conduct dep'ni'tments In thls -Journal and (ho Information that they wlll glvo wlll prove of great valua to a-. who aro In tereated In growlng nut trees, whether for shado trees only or for proflt. Tlie "Amerlcan Nut Journal" is one of tho most nttractlvo publications of Its kind ever Issued ln the South. It has twonty-four pagns, nlno by twelvo Inches, prlnted on toned paper wlth a handsomo gray cover prlnted ln two colors and the nows columns are well lllustrated, It Is Issued twlee a month. Interestlng artlcles in tlie ourrent Issuo treat on "Pecan Trees and Thelr Cul ture," by Herbert C.MVhlte, Do Wltt, Ga.: "The Value of Nuts ns Food," by Prof. Charles XV. Burkett, of Ralelgh, N. C; "Opportimllles In Pecan Culture," by "Wllllam Ndson, of Now Orleans, La.; "Nut Culture ln North Amerlca," by H. E. Van Deman. Comprehenaivo reports from special correspondents covor the tradfl ln all tha lendlng markets, ANOTHER FIGHTER _IS_AB0UT READY rRof,r.1<il lo Th" Ti'"es-T'>|si-i=>t.-.h.) 1 NEW YORK. Oct. 19.?If nothlng hap pens to liiterfc-ro wlth present plans, tlio now protocted erulser Colorndo wlll bo jrlven her sneed trlal on Saturday off Cape Ann. Captain Dayton, president of tlie Board or mspoctlon, and Naval Cop struotor Woodward ara'hero from Wash? lngton, and called1'on Rear-Admlral Coghlan. commandant ot the Navy Yard, yesterday, , , . , Although she went Into dry dock on 'Monday afternoon, Uio Colotrndo was praotlcallv ready for hor trlal trlp when the whlstlo hlow at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Under tho dlreotlon of (Seorgo XV. Phene, UH workmen began soranlng tlw bottom of tho blg crulsev at 6 o clock yosterday rnornlnc. By 5 o dock la?t evenlng the bottom had been glven threo coats of antl-corroalve and antl-iouling soap, and tho shlp was ready to leavo tlio dry dock. POOR GIRL GETS. " , S A LARgE VERDICT fArino|*il In'TJlP T*-ii"j-ril?niiti-h.V CH1CAOO, ILL.. Oct. 10.?Forly thous? and dollars Is a lln? fortune for a poor | glrl wlth only one arm, and that posess fnK only a foreflnger and u thumb. That la tbe sum Kniina Grennell wlll recolv.n from the West OhlQasro Street Rallroad DIVlHlon of the Unlon Traellon Company, movlded the verdict returned by a Jury ln Judgo A-bott't* court to-duy la not ro ? :The gli'l. who ls now lifteeu yeai's old, has wulteil slnco Octobor St, 1S05, for t-'iit Isfaction from tho streot cur cnnipuuy. fihe was run down by n cnr in ^yostenn Avenue. In . her oase there have heen ?Jlireo tiials, the flrat of whlch rosultod i If You Think the Brown is a Bit Too General for your excluslvo ldoas, perhaps you'll fancy somo of the exnlustve stiints In grey effects that nobody but our customers wlll have u chaiice to wear thls fall. i J The neweBt London concelt, mado up IntoK slngle ' or doubl. breasted aults or topcoats, for $25. No fit?nopay. ' SANDERSON, CLUElT _f &., 718 East Main Streot. ' M. 8_lLOMONSI.Y, Manager. Economy Combined Wlth Excellence. LET US REPAIR Tour Furnace or Put ln for You a Sexton'Sv Low-Down Rexdiating Hot Air Furnace, for whloh we are "SOLE AGENTS." ?-?- We would be pleased to glve yoru an estimate. "We have put ln a great many of them, and every one ls glv? lng: perfect eat Isfaotlon. Do not fall to see our WINDSOR LATROBE AND OUR LINE OF Virginia Steel Ranges. Expert Tinsmiths and Sanitary Plumbers. JOHN H. ROSE & C 0 No. 1427 East Main Street. i Right Sorts of Writing Papers. More and more folks are coming here for paper.to wrlto thelr social and buslness letters. Thls storo is getting- to bo qulto a factor ln the correBpondenco world. Peo? ple know that they can depend on us havlng the latest and best styles. shapes and tlnts, and at reasonable prlces. Of the cheapor papers we have _ good Belcctlon, our speclal belng a good grade of paper at 25o. a pound. A pound contains about soven quires, thus , glvlng more paper for 25c. than can. be bought for flvo times the prlco ln boxes. HUNTER & CO., 629 E. Broad; St., RICHMOND. VA. Uneeda Sole! And why not get a whole sole of the best leather mndo, "Rock Oak," nnd put on by tho electrlo sewed process for $1, No rlpplne. no srjueaklng, no nalls to tear the socks. A"_d if you oro, run down at the heels, we wlll lovcl you up for 25o, If you have that tlred feeling Morgan & Wright Rubber Heels wlll relleve you, 85c. Mon's- Shoes holf soled, 75c; ladles, flOo, nnd chlldrm'B, 40c. 'Phone 2667 and our blcycle messonsor wlll call for shoes. Drew's Electric Shoe Factory. . 7iq EAST MAIN. ?OBCHM R. IIUS, 809 E. FRANHLIM ST. 1110 PHONE. Wo innlio n snecinlty of ro niodelling ilefootlve plumbing. Hi'imiring Stoves, Jtiuigo. nml Furniu'os. QuicU Servico. m In a dlsiigi-oenient by the Jury; the aecond ln a 9_0,0f>0 verdlct In her favor, and tho llilnl for $10,000 dania.es. Tha verdlct to* day allots tlie lieavlest damsigea for per sonal. Injurles on recor.i ln t.'ouk county, and probably ln llllnols. _p_O0CKXXXXX.0CX_<X>_OCXXXX)C/0 GEORGE W. ANDERSON & SONS. 215 E. Broad Street. JAPANESE RUGS Look Like Real Ptrsians, 7 Feet 6 Inches by 10 Feet6 Inches, 9 Feet by 12 Feet, SEE OUR LINE OF -??D Lace Curtains. ALL THE NOVELTIES., CARPET HOUSE 215 E. Broad St. CK>X?OOOCXXXX>CX_OCC WRITING Jr/_,Jr__K BY THE POUND. The largest'- '.sortment of pound papers ln the'elty. Kld Finlsh, at 20c. per pound; Linen Finlsh at 25c. per pound; Linen Finlsh'Bond at 35c, per pound; Envelopes to match all at lOo. per packuge, Many tlnts, many slzes from whlch to choose. v i X . Everett Waddey Co. 1105 E. Muin Streot. THERE aro many excollent board ing houses in Richmond. A Tee-Dee Want will bring a reply from al? most evory one of them, Twenty-fivp words for; 28 cents.