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J SOCIAL AND I j PERSONAL | tg*n*a?*matm*i*w9w**t^m+**?**P*ml'*Q Tho death on Monday mort.lug, Feb? ruary 20th, in Baltimore, of Dr. .lohn Williamson Palmer, poet, prose witter. editor and physician, in the olgllty-flrst year of his ago, r? calls the facts Hint he was a. native iM' Baltimore, n gradu? ate of the University School of Medi? cine, a Confodi rate soldier, a world v lib? traveler nid one of the, editors of the CShtury and Standard dictionaries. Probably, one of the botst remembered of bis poems I?> the following, known us Stonewall Jackson's Way. Come, stack arms, men. Pilo on tho rail?, Stir up tho cnmpflre bright; No growlltifT If the enht?on falls, We'll make n roarhiK night. Here Bhenandoah brawls along, There burly BI?0 lU?gO ?clines strong, 'i'o swell the brigade's rousing nong Of "Stonewall Jackson's way!" Wo Fee. him now?the queer slouchdl hat Cocked o'er his eye askew; The shrewd, dry smile; the speech so pat. So calm, so blunt, so true. The "Blue Ugt\t Elder" knows 'cm well-. Says he, "That's Haul:? -bo's fond cf shell; Lord savi* Ills soul; we'll give, him? Well, That's Stonewall Jackson's way." Silence' grounnd arms; knee! all; caps off Old Blue Light's going to pray. Strangle the fool that ?lures to scoff! Attention'. It's his way. Appealing from his native ?od, In forma pauperla to God? '%ny bar?) illy arm; stretch forth thy? rod! Amen." That's Stonewall Jackson's way. He's In tho saddle now. Fall In! Steady! the whole brlpaide! ? Hill's at the ford?cut off; we'll win His way out, ball and blade! What matter If our shoes are worn? What matter If our teet are torn? ?..?nick step! we're with him before morn, "That's Stonewall Jackson's way." The sun's bright lances rout the mists ?>f morning, and, by ?"?oorgc! , Hire'." Longstreet, struggling In thcA mist?. Hemmed In on Ugly gorge; Pope ami his Dutchmen, whipped before. "Bayonets and grape!" hear Stonewall roar: "Charge Stuart! Pay off Ashby's score!" In "Stonewall Jackson's way." Ah. maidens, wait, watch nnd yearn For news of Storiewnll's band: Ah. widow, read with eyes that burn That ring upon thy hand! Ah. wife, sew on. pray on, hope on! Thy life shall not be all forlorn: The foe had better ne'er been born That pets In "Stonewall Jackson's way." Denoon?Prosser. "Grecnlodge," the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.. H. Wright, al D?Swell, Va., was Hi?- scene ?if a quiet, Init pretty wedding yesterday evening at 7 o'clock, when : ??? sister. Mario Franklin Prosser, be? came H." '?'rid?? of Mr. Hugh Denoon; of Hi.-hu?..ml. Tin- Rev. Robert A. Good? win "f Bl John's Episcopal church, ,?? d. '?'li>- whole lower .... ,i in white and de . . cul flowers and pul the color scheme s was Lohengrin, : ? ,;.ii party entered, ttend ints w< re Miss Fffle ndon i.:. yo?ngcsl sister of the le, an maid of honor, and Mr. Arthur t'en way Donoon, youngest brother of the irrnom, ns best man. The bride entered with her father, Mr. David Beikclcy Prosser, and was given away by him. She was gowned In whlto crepe de chine, elaborately trim? me.! In chiffon and point lace, her veil I'finK caught with a spray of pearls. Ker flow? is were white sweet peas. The maid of honor won- v.-lilt?! radium ; si'f? ??a prim esse, ami carried violets. ? Immediately after tho ceremony a rccep- I lion was held. ?\fter a wedding lour through tho ' North, Mr. and Mrs. Denoon will ho at home (o their friends In Richmond. Miss Prosser i;< th.- daughter of Mr. David It. f'n.sKcr. of Richmond, hut. has made her homo recently with her sister, Mrs. R. II. Wright, nt Doswell. Mr. De noon is connected with the real ??state firm of C. I., nnd 11. !.. Penoon. No invitations were Issued on account or recent bereavement in tho families of both bride and groom; ti, ?? . -.Ridley?Godwin. The Norfolk Dispatch of Monday says; The many friends ?if Dr. Francis Thomas Ridley will tin doubt bo surprised t?. bear of his approaching marriage, on March 14th, t?> Miss Nettle Morris God? win; or Chariottesviilc. The ceremony will take place in Richmond at the res .'' of M.-s. LeFew, a friend of the !?? (in account of ?-??cent affliction the rringe will bo very ?iuU t. no invita? it ins having been Issued. Dr. Ridley is now resident physician '"? the Virg nja Portland Cement Com? pany at Fordwick, Va., where h.? holds a very fine position, Afu-r a few ??ays' wedding trip, Dr. Ridley and bride will visit his mother, Mrs, Anna Ridley, In Court .Street. PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES. C. M. L. S. Meet. The Confed?ralo Memorial Literary iioco?ates and Bon Sons V.'e otn- Une First ni the tirai shipped in Hall have arrangea with Mr. A. S. Brlgi.s to enrrj- a full lino of Chocolate?,, Ranbons and Fancy Candies *?t his store, corner (1 5 In In Streets, whore oui? customers can bo supplied during ? put' ?-.tore is closed pending improvements. All Candles are by exprtss to Sir. l.rlggtt fresh dally divert from bur factory ?temporary Headquarters First and Main Streets. Ordern falten over the phono ami delivered by messenger free Of charge. Telephone No. 111. .',il*n.i*.i(i it.??nttun.-inriii-wirt ' m*ammm fc?u ...U- i,i?>.ii.-mt??.. M Em&mN. C,OMR\N Y 21c Fine Batiste, 8c. Thousands of yards to be sold, but at the price it will only last a few days. The patterns arc very neat, some are quite dainty?small figures on white grounds. Llitea-Fiiilslied Suiting, 61c This ?3 double width goods, and is a regular 12 1-2C grade. The two items above arc taken from the many such in Cotton Goods Department, center aisle, rear. White Underwear Modestly Priced. Drnwors, fnll-i Ir.c, nnmhrclla ruf? fles of etimhric, hemstitched?-some With lncc edging, ll'fe a pair. Drav.-err, full-si?.?.?, umbrella ruf? fles, formed of "?nco Insertion nnd edgliur. pome with dainty tucks rind hemstitching, Mo a paix. Drawers, made of soft Nainsook, with lawn ruffle of nemstltchcd tucks In nnd above ruffle, Hllc a pair. Gowns with entire yokes formed of hemstitched tucks and torchon lace, V-shnped neck, finished with laco edging, <IHo. Petticoats, mndo of good Muslin and tucked cambric ruffle, ?tin.?. Chemise Gowns, with round yoke formed of tucks and Val, insertion, finished with Val. edging. OOe'. Cowns, extra size, made of good muslin, yoke formed of hemstitched nnd pin tucks, V-shnped neck, fin? ished with lawn hemstitched ruffle, 70c. 1'ettlooats, made of soft Cambric, has wide ruffle with two rows of cluny lace Insertion and luco edging, 0?c. Petticoats, made of soft Cambric, lawn ruffle, with three wide hem? stitched tucks nnd ruffle of em? broidery edging, 7llc, Poems You Ought to Know. Whatever jour occupation may be, and however crowded your hours with aftnirs, do not fall to securo at least a few minutes every day for refreshment of your inner life with a bit of poetry.?-Professor Charles Eliot Norton. No. 757. MAY MARGARET. By THEOPHUjB MORZIALS. Ken'lal Is a. town in TV? Other sel?ctions from printed In this series. or?tand, Ens. author and his blORraphlcal sketch have already been F you be thnt May Margaret That lived on Kendal Green, Then where's thnt sunny hair of yours That crowned you like a queen? That sunny hair is dim, lad, They -said was like a crown? The red gold turned to gray, lad, The night a ship went down. If you be yet May Margaret, May Margaret, now as then, Then whore's that bonny smile of yours That broke the hearts of men? N That bonny smile is wan, lad, That once was glad as day? And O! 'tis weary smiling To keep the tears away. If you be yet May Margaret, As yet you swear to me, Then Where's that proud, cold heart of yours That sent, your lovo to sea? Ah! me, that, heart is broken, . The proud cold heart has bled For ono light word outspoken, For all the ?lovo unsaid. Then Margaret, my.Margarot, If all you say be true, Your hair is yet the sunniest gold, Your eyes the sweetest hlue. And dearer yet and fairer yet For all the coming years? The fairer for the waiting, The dearer for the tears! This series besan In The Tlmea-DIspatch Sunday, Oct. 11, 1903. Ono 1? published each day. Society met yesterday In tho "Museum with 'Mrs. Alfred Gray presiding. Those present were: Mrs', n. T. lillyson, .Mrs. L. C. Daniel, Mrs. C. Vf. P. Brnck, ?Mrs. Vf. N. Ham? let, Mrs. Vf. S. Murray, Mrs. N. V. Ran? dolph, Mrs. R. K. Northern, Mrs. J. Knders Robinson, Miss Nannie Archer I arid Miss Minnie Baughnian. Much routine business was transacted, j The corresponding secretary was In ! structed to wrlto a letter of thanks to the Richmond Blues for their attendance j at,, the Museum on February "_?1, Miss ? Nannie Archer wns innde chairman of a I committee, to li.ive charge of sending out i alalogucs, and Miss Sully Anderson was appointed to tho chairmanship of the -.committee attending to llfo member cer? tificates. Pancake Luncheon. Fort Nelson Chapter, Daughters, of the American Revolution, In Portsmouth, Va., j wive a pancake luncheon yesterday n 1 the parish house, of Trinity Church, the, 'object "DRinu to ralfia fiind3 for the Vir plnla column in Continental Hall, Wash? ington. ' AMONG THE CLUBS. Literary Round Table. The Literary Round Table at the "Wo? man's Club will have "Tho Garden of Allah" under consideration this after? noon. Miss Annio Stegnr Winston will di? rect the discussion. First Reception. Tho first reception given by the Wo? man's Club In Norfolk on Monday even. Ing was u beautiful affair. Mrs. Carrlngton Catiell received with Miss Susan Burnham, Mrs. Allei It. Hanckel, Mrs. Hurry Tyler. Mrs. Taylor Ham, Mrs. Gcorgo Davis, Mrs. George Calicll, Mrs. ES. 33. Hodges, Mrs. S?Ark-J Button, Mrs. Nat Greene, M ?'. .lohn E. Jenkins, Mrs. William II. Taylor, Mrs. j Francos Ward; Miss Nonio Wilkinson, Miss Nan Evonsett, Miss Carrie Wtilt?rs Miss Mary Belle Glennan, Miss Mi...?j I Druuiinoiul and Miss Ghelslln. Incidental to the reception irai-y ! members responded to tho r-jq-iest lo ; bring books' for tho club library, and ! as a result nlbotit one liut*.d.-?:d vol ; umos have been addeil and will form : a nucleus for a inoro extensivo library ! in tho future. i in,i ot" tho most pleasant events of '? the evening was tho singing pi Miss Elizabeth Taylor, who responded le ?jovcral encores. Mothers' Club. Madison Mothers' Club will hold an Im? portant meeting Thursday, March ili'Jt, at 4 P. M.. nt tho comer o:' Madison and Cary Si roots. Miss Alice Parker will mako tin ad dross on "ImaKliuitloil," and Mrs. Minor will tull? on the library fcatlll'O, (if tbii now work to be taken up by tliu "Fed? eration nt' Mothers' Cluba " All interested in the wolfara of child? rcn mo cordially Invited lo attend and make this an enthusiastic meeting. Visited Capitol. A number of young ladies from tho Richmond Art Club visited tho Capitol Monday and created quito a sensation .mu,m; the virulilla cotona m tho ?Tunata chamber and hull of Dm House of I-ele? 'riic yoimg ladies hid skotoh I'odta cml pencils, ami occupied tlietusi.'lvcs In nuik Ing drawing? from ?i(e, Bolocting ronalors - I (lologates as their models. Their presi neo and occupation proved ..very distracting to legisla tors, und pages wero sont m ttio gallery with a iitodostlv worded request that the young hullei: j send down their books fur lnapectlo(i, ' Captain Robert li. Lee was much com pllmented at finding thnt nnnrly nil the books contained hi? picture._ ENTERTAINMENTS. Mrs. Williams's Reception. Mrs. D. T. Williams gave n larg.? nnd hnatitlful reception Tuesday, from .. In 7 P. M? In her home, No. 210 B?Bt Franklin Street. .... ,.' Parlors and hall wero hennllfiilly deco? rated In palms, S'eut hern smllnx, ferns nnd American Ilentitlcs. In the dining room the color scheme was curried out In pink nnd white, the table, with Its lovely lace centerpiece and doylies, being set In cut glaHS nnd silver, and llllofl With tho most tempting delicacies. * Mrs. Williams received with Mrs. S. P. Flcklln, of Washington; Mrs. II. Carroll Montague, Mrs. T. A. Millet1 and Mrs. Larkln Olns-.cbr.onk. The reception enm mltten wits assisted In doing the honors by Miss Alma Cecil and Miss Cavrlo Ncnl. Mrs. S. H. Povkln presided nt the cof? fee table and Mrs. Edgnr l.nfferly poured lea, In .-i charmingly decoratod Japanese tea room, opening from the hall, and filled with Japan?:-!' Iiik-a-brac und curios. Mrs. Charlea Wnlklns was, at punch bowl. * Many callers filled the parlors with gnycty nnd animation, and 'ho occasion, characterized by the merry spirit of Mardi Gris, wan extremely agreeable, iillko to hostess and guests. Governor Dinner Host. Ono of tho handsomest entertainments of Tuesday was tho dinner given by Governor Swiinson. at which members of both branches of the Legislature wero invited to meet Moutcnant-Governor J. Taylor Ellyson, Among thoso present were Senators Lasslter, Phlegnr, T. II? Wlckhani. Thomas, Wllmer ?^liii--". J? Boyd Sears and J. It. Campbell; Delogntos Roger Gregory. Jr.. A. R. Coleman, M. M. Green. G. T. Lane, VV. W. Old, M. E. Barrett nnd R. W. Withers. Floral decorations wero Beautiful, nnd tho menu verv fine. Tho Governor proved tho most genial and charming of hosts. Personal Mention. A meeting of the Bell Bryan Day Nur? sery will be held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mr ?lohn Boyd Blair attended the Gray's annual ball, given In Montgomery, Ala., February 23d. ? ? ? Miss Oettle McGuIre Is Improving steadily nt St. Luke's Hospital, as her many friends will be glad to know. Tho PI Lambda Sigma Fraternity, of Frederlcksbtirg College, assisted by the young ladies' society, gav? a highly ap? preciated Intermediate celebration In that city on Friday nlu-lit lust. The Stay-at-Homo Whist Club met Mon ?day evening with Miss'? Lou Leigh, at No. 202 West Main Street. Four tables engaged, the highest scores being mado by Mrs. Correll and Miss Guillaume. Tho club will meet next Monday evening with Mrs. John Hunter, nt No. 401 East Grace Street. Portsmouth Chapter. United Daughters of the Confederacy, ?lirected a banjo recital nnd concert given by Mr. Robert I. Russell, in Portsmouth Y. M. C. A? Hall Monday evening, -r Miss Louise Cocke, of tho I'nlverslty of Virginia, who tins been tho guest In Richmond, of Mrs. George Ben Johnston, left for her home on Saturday last. Mrs. Pendleton Boatwright, of Norfolk, is visiting relatives In Richmond. At n meeting of the Maryland Society .f Colonial Dames Monday afternoon at the rooms of the society In Baltimore, tin illustrated talk on Ceylon was given. ? ? ? Mr. Marshall Harwood spent Sunday In Portsmouth, with Dr. and Mrs. Charles Culpcper. ? * * Mrs. Allan R. Hanckel, of Norfolk, gave a luncheon nt the Virginia Club or. Saturday last, In honor of Miss Eleanor RobsOn. ? ? * Mrs. Robert Bosher and Miss Eleanor Bosher are In New York. The Winchester Evening Star of Mon? day, says: Mrs. Richard E. Byrd returned to her home here on Saturday evening after a visit to Richmond, Norfolk and Wash? ington, where Bhe was extensively en? tertained. At Richmond, Mrs. Byrd chaperoned Miss Virginia Baker. ? * * Miss Grace Anderson, who has been tho guest of Mrs. Swanson, nt the Kxo cutlve Mansion; has returned to Alex I nndrln, Va. -. ? ? ? Mr. Eugene Crumpton, of the Univer? sity College, of Medicine", has been tho recent guest of his parents In Danville, Va. * ? ? Mrs. Stras and Miss Stella Stras are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R. RobertSj at No. 101 South Third Street. Mrs. Bahlke, wife of Mr. George Vf. Bahlke, and her Infant son, George, are visiting relatives In Baltimore, Md. LECTURE ON JAPAN. Admiral Webster to Deliver His Popular Talk. Tlie third number In the Night School l,y. ccum Lecture, Course at the Methodist Mission will lio delivered on to-morrow night at S o'clock, whim Admiral Ilarrle Webster. (J. y. Is'., will tflvo hi? popular and IfStructlvo Inc? lure on .lupnn and Korea, Illustrated with ster ooptlcon nnd dissolving picture?. The Lyceum Course, Inaugurated thin sen son by Mr. McL, Judklns, Is in growing favor and will doubtless accomplish much good. The course programma Is a varied one, mid cover? a wide field of Instruction nnd amusement. Admiral Webster will bo followed on Thursday night week by Dr. Whltnold, of lllohmond College, who will give his lecture on "The Origin. Art nnd Manufacturo of Glas?." tho lecture which lie delivered n. few week? ago at tin, rol lege nnd which so greatly charmed the audience. Other numbers will follow. So much Interest la being displayed In this feature of Die varied work ?lone nt iho Metho? dist MlMlnn thnt Mr. Sharp?, tho superinten? dent, is trying to purchase a moving picture nnd ntercopileon outfit for the use ot the mission, Angle Fined in Court. Special Ufflcnr M. 8. Anglo, of Huni'leo coun? ty, wns lined $_M nnd costs by Justice Crutch Held yomcMuv morning on the charge of as? saulting a man named Lynch. Tho evidence was roinewhnt conflicting, but the weight of the testimony wns that Anglo had struck tno Iran In the fuco, "I'll limito It $2.60 nnd costs, hut the costs hero nro not like they aro In Uenrlro county before the magistrates," said Justice Crulca flold. , ? "The cost In till? case Is seventy conts, put lr\ Sergeant Tnlley. "Fina n man 12.M and costs In tho county mid hn couldn't get out with loss than "*,, ' atild Justice I'mtchflold. ,, , , "That depends on circumstances," Interrupt? ed Magistrate Meyer Anglo, who was present. "And th'- clroumstanoes aro always there, bluntly said tho One John. Antlered Ones to Meet. The nix hundred nnd thirty-third session of the Itlilininnd Lodge No. i5. B. I'. O. Blks. will he held to-night In the Elks' Home. Many candidates for membership are to bo Voted upon at till? meeting. Nominations of officers for tho coming lodge year, which brains April 1-st. will lio mnde at the March session, For Infanta and Children. lha Kind You Have Always Bought Siipitttuio of C&t^/fflc?&??ai Mix Your Baking With Good Luck Perhaps you've noticed that ofttimcs the batch of raised biscuits with which you take most pains comes out the worst. That's because you forgot to put in the "luck." Good Luck Baking Powder will produce a light, crisp baking every time?for a fact. Its use will save those spoiled bakings, because Good Luck is the always-reliable baking powder. Strength invariably the same, and highest purity guaranteed. GOOD LUCK Baking Powder costs less than any other good powder?only to cent9 for a pound can. It is so popular with those who hnve once tried it thnt we arc shipping to your sec? tion in whole carload lots. Hoping to get you to try it we offer you many handsome premiums, pictures of which are shown in gift book inside each can. Buy a pound can to-day; cut the coupon from back of label, and save it. THE SOUTHERN, MFG. CO., iHcimiHoouTcoupOw roiLow this um Solid Car-load'GOOD LUCK'BAKING TOWDERf/ CUTOUT THIS CAR AND SAVE IT. THEY f.f\Z OOOO FOR VALUABLE ARTICLES. SEE LIST I EACH CAN. Addrei?: Tut DtPA?rrMtHT Stobi ? THE SOUTHtHN Rjro?&Ogjjjjtg 851 RuhmowoV?.! ^H g&TTTfrO OUTCQUt*QH gggjtfg TtH?J TWO NEWSPAPERS WEBE VINDICATED Damage Suits Against the News Leader and Times-Dispatch Fall Down. The case of XV. T Day against tho New? Loader Company, an nctlon for al? leged HbOl, to recovar ?10.000, was con? cluded in the Law and faulty Court yes torflay. resulting in a verdict for tho ?lo fondant company A similar ense by tho samo party against tho Times-Dispatch Company was non-suited. Tho basis of the action .against the News Leader wns a publication which appeared In that paper July 31st Inst. to tho effect that tho plaintiff, who at the time was. employed by the Southern Hall? way Company, had taken an ovcrdoso of laudanum. The tlmes-Dlspatch published n sim? ilar news Item, properly verified, on Au? gust 1st. and Day claimed that ho lost his situation by tho publication of these news stories, and was otherwise damaged. Accordingly he brought suit ngalnst the News Leader for $10,000. nnd against Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch for ?5.000. In tho News Leader case, which was called first, tho Jury brought In a verdict for tlic defendant company, after being out only ten mlnu'.-s. When the case against The Tlmes-Dlspatch ??,? called. Immediately afterwards, counsel for Day made a motion for a non-suit, which was allowed, nnd that ended the cases. Shockoe's Entertainment. Shoekoo Council, No. S9j, Roynl Ar? canum, will hold its regular monthly meeting In Murphy's Annex to-night at S o'clock. After the business of the Council the ofllcers will entertain tho Council with refreshments and r smoker followed by a musical programme, which la a follows: Pianist. Professor Kirk Matthews; singing by Captain Frank XV. Cunning? ham. Mitchell and Nunnally. Old Hick? ory Farm Quartette; humorists, Free? man and Wilson, Adam Dlacont. music, West End Angels, Davis Banjo Club. Representatives of the .Supreme Coun? cil, Executive Committee of the Grand Council. State of Virginia, will be pres? ent, who will make speeches. All members arc requested to bo pres? ent at 8 o'clock. Motormen Must Pay. Motormen for the Virginia I'nsscnBOr nnd Power Company, who pendst In exoeedlni?; the ?peed limits with their curs in the future, will have to pay the Hnes Impose?! by Justice Crutchnrltl. of the I'ollce Court. These fines are never, les? than ">lo, the court having fixed this penalty at the offsei. und there Is no variation with the One .lohn. Two oar? were reported yesttrdny morning by Officer nation Amos for making greaitr time than fifteen miles an hour. The comimny offered no d?fense, nnd In each case a One of $10 was Imposed. The company stood for thu amount, but It will come out of liie salaries of the two motormen. An official of the street cur company nfter the court said that there was no excuse for the fast runnlnK with the present schedule?., nnd that when the motormen exceeded Hie limit ttiey would hnve to pay the lint-. In the event they wero convicted. Gone to New York. Mr. C. B. Brooks, member of the city Demo? cratic Committee, and a very popular young man of thn city, left Monday afternoon for New York, whero he will spend several days, lie is contemplating accepting a position with a New York firm to travel tho Southern 1er- ' While In the metropolis ho will visit his friend, Mr. John A. Moroso, who for several years was connected with the News Leader, ?of Richmond, and who Is now doing able work on tho New York Times. SIX YEARS A FUGITIVE. John Sears, a Murderer, Arrested While Star-Gazing. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) SUFFOLK, VA.. February 27.?After being a fugitive for over six years, during which ho was traced through Canada anil finally to Cuba, whero ho was lost sight of, John Sears, a nearly white negro, went buck to tho vicinity of his crime, and last evening was arrested In Rocky Mount. N. C. Soars Is wanted at Win? ston, N, C, for tho murder of William Henry Kceno, nearly seven yenrs ago. The motivo was robbery. Keeno had $2,200 In currency In his | house. Soars called old man Keeno to his .door nnd shot him to death. Keene's wlfo then appeared, and she, too, was shot and crippled for life. Soars fled without securing the money. At one tlm? there was outstanding rewards aggregat? ing nearly $1,000, but Sears outwitted all the detectives who sought him, When arrested on the outskirts of Rocky Mount Sears was aimlessly star-gazing, and claimed to bo an astronomer. STEAMER FOR CUBA. To Run Between Isle of Pines and .Cuban Points. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) Norfolk, va.. February 27.?The steamer Cristobal Colon, which wus built by tlio Ptisey and Jones Company,' of Wilmington. Dol., for tho Isle of Pinos Steamship Company, of New. York,-enmo In hero this morning .'from Wilmington on hor innldon trip. She will run bo? teewli the Isle of Plues, that little Island near Cuba, In which Americans recently attempted to sot up a government, Cuba und other West India Islands, Captain llncncko Is In command, and will sail when tho vessel has coaled. Calendars for 19Q7 Tho largest and most attractive designs over shown by us. Seo our as? Iaortment beforo purchasing. Walthall Printing Company, PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 109 South Twelfth Street Southern Tobacconist and MODERN FARMER J. M. BELL, Editor and Manager, 913 East Main Street. ' Chartered 1832 The Virginia Fire & ?Manne INSURANCE COMPANY, KICIIMOXD, VA. ASSETS JANUARY 1, 1906,.$1,134,647.11 WM.H. PALMER.President I W. IL McCARTIIY.Secretary E. ?. ADDISOX_VIcc-PrcHlcIent | OSCAR I). PITTS.Treasurer All Varieties of City Property Insured nt Lowest Current Rates INSURES AGAINST FIRE AND LIGHTNING Jefferson Laundry OPERATED BY TWEN? 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