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Officer Rcccivinp Bcqiiest i> Therctipon Sus*,)cnded by A/is Cin'cf. HAD SERVED LONG ON BEAT .Wom.in Kcpt Qucstionablc Rc . sort, and, Dying, ' Lcaves Propcrty to Patroiman, NOHFOLK, Decomhor 31.?Nntne.l as o bcneflcinry in tho will of Mary E. Rlchardson, n nqgress. rcsldlrig in nn nnsavory locatlon, Reld's Lano, nu/1 quallfylng us the ndmlnlstrntor or the estate, Patroiman ^. L, Knapp, of the Norfolk Pollce Dopartrriertt, has bebh suspended tomporarily by Chlef Bouah, pending jui Invosttg&tion of llio clr cumslances by the board of control. Tlie estate hequeathed to Patroiman Knapp and hls wife, conslsts of per spnal propcrty, includlng furnlture, walches and jowelry, valucd nt about ?."no. Knnpp la named as esectftor, nnd no bond Is requirod. To hor son, Willlinn Robert Loej tho woman leaves only *:.. The Rlchardson woman wus about Bixty years of age. She had operoted n qnestlonable house for n'.vr twenty years In Reid's Lano. For several years Knapp walked the beat, but lnte 1> was transferred, j;.ntly the wo? man dled. Vesterday Chlef Boush, ac-' ooinpanlod by ^:.. :i,," Lawlor, went be foro t!io Corporatlon Court to recelve iiiMruftions ns tn th<- propeVty. u waa then t>???.t Knapp, ccompanled by hls attorney. Dnnlel Coleman, appoarcd, prfcsented thu will and nuullflod as ad inedlalely referred board of control, itlgntlonl as he bn iItiL-st would causo Chi< f Bousli tho matter ii fcklng for un Jiovod1 that t! conslderablo k Attorney Coh man, representlng Knapp, cleclnres thoro Is no lmproprlety in th<- matter. II- oxplalned that, liav;. Ing walkeii tho beat for yoars; Knapp know tho old woman well; thnt sho took a notion to leavc her prbporty lo Mr. and Mrs, Knapp; that Mr. Knapp docllnod at iir :. )".n agrecd whon tho attorney was c msulted, andassured him tliat lio could see r.o reason v\ hy tho . bequest should not b'o nccopted. Tho matter has ereated a small scnsdtlon in tho clty. MRS. MARTIN ASKS DIVORCE llcr Coitnttel WrMe ror Itccoril ln Trlal of lln.sbnuil, BOYDTON, VA., December 31.?Clork II. F. Hutchlson, of tho Clrouit Court Mi ju.-l letter from Messrs. Swltzor & Wiatt, attorneys, of Huntlngton, \v. Va., Bay .itig t|ioy *.!??: it-. .1 ,-i copy of the scntenco passed upon Perey Martln, tlie dutlaw .?iiiil traiu robber, who, lt will be ro jpembered, held >>i> the passongcr trulu ?>n tho Atlantlc Coast Lln?j near Laerosse, in the eastern sectlon ot Mecklenburg, about a year a?n, for Whlch crlme lie was trled and convict cd in the Circult Courl of Meoklertburg and glven u term ?>f thlrtoen years ln the penlti n'tli ry. Messrs. Swltzcr & Wlatt wrlto that they havo alr.eady inntlluted wuit for a dlv'oree for Mrs. Martln, nnd they tvisb to liav<- a copy of tho court pro ceedtngs of the trlal of Martln to bo used a<i evidanco In tho cuse. Mrs. Martln novor vlslted the pris oner at any Uine after hls arrest and ronfincmont ln the jr.il here, not even when the trlal was golng on, nlthough hls aged mothor came all tho wav from Atlanla, Ga? and stayed hy hlm dur? lng his trylng ordeal, Mrs, Percy Martin-llvos In Huntlng? ton, W. Va.. aiul lt was In that cltv that .thls young crlminal Uve'd, and was arrosted by the Baldwiri detee tives. I>H. TIW'IX WILL LEAVE. Rnptifl I'.tHlor KcnIkum <o Aocept Wosl Vlrgtnfn I-iilpK. CILUtLOTTEKVILLE. VA., December ai.? rhf. reslgnation of tho Rev. John B. iurpin. D. )>., as pas'tor Of tho First Rnptist Church of this clty, HUbmitleil nt tho morning service Sunday, but not acted upon at that tlme, has flnally paan accepted by tho congregatibn, fol? lowlng un- annoiincemnt by the pastor that he had accepted a call to tho piia, torai care of the Calvary Baptl.st Church, of Parkersbtirg, W. Va. Dr. Turpln appealed to hls friends to vote unanimotKiiy,. fpi?,-. aocoptlng hls r'eslg nation, ..liiJt^ as b matter of fact very few votes wea actually east in favor of acoepting lt. Dr. Turpin's deoislon to go to an? other Held of Inbor has caused much rcgret throughout this soctlon, whoro ho is gcnerally belovcd. A committee from the First Baptist Church has beon nppointed to draft suituble rpKolutioiis to be prsented for adoption by the cliurch nt tho service to-morrow eve? ning. IlOWDIl.V AIBOH IMI'ltOVEIl. K\-( iniKi-e-Niiium's Um-overy In Now llopod l-'or. ISpecial to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.] NORFOLK. VA.. December ;U.?A marked improvement was announced late thls afternoon in the roudition of May the New Year be a happy one to you, Happy to many more whosc happincss depends on you. ? Dickens. ?f And we thank you foi making the past year the best for the "OldestMusic House jn Virginia." ^ For 1908 we have our usual line of Pianos, Pianolas and Pianola Pianos, Victor Talking Machines, Victor Aux elophones, Victor Records, Organs, Stringed Ihstruments, Sheet Music?in fact, EVERYTH1NG MUSICAL. Walter D. Moses & Co. 103 East Broad Street. Oldest FVlusic House in Virginia. n?^^?T-Tli'iV_'>wr^tfT'*'***? ?^*? ^B^^^^am^amna^mmmTanBmmtBasBmssxnii $22.50 and $25 Men's Suits and O'coats, $16.50, $18 and $20 Men's Suits and O'coats, Jacobs &. ILevjj THAT'S ALL. $5 House Coats, $2.19. BISHOP ANDREWS DEAD ro->~yT?T?,- v-T.'.V'J.i.'I'h.'lJ.i'.-y;' ;mi VJ-v".',?'v".l' ^;SlPiSiSW niSHOP EDWAITO AXDREWS. NEW YORK, December 31.?Blshop Edward Andrcws, of tho Methodlst Eplscopal Church, dled at hls home Iri Brooklyn at 5 o'clock thls morning. Blshop Andrcws, who was olght'y-t.wo years old, contrnotoda sovore cold whlle iitteruiintf tho blshops' conforence and tho mcetlngs of tho home and foreign mlsslon boards of hls church at San Franclsco last October, and a general bronkdown lollowed. Blshop Andrcws for nenrly half a century was one of tho most wldely known olergymen in the Unltc-d Stirtos. Ho was fornmrly pastor of scveral large churchos irr tho New York Eastern Conferonce. liorn Irr Ccntrnl "New York, ho studled for tho nilnlstry ln Wesleyan Cbllego, For severaj years before entorlng tho mlnlstry he was presldent of Cazonovla Academy In thls State. llo was chosen blshop ln 1872, nnd ln 190-1 was relloved of many dutlcH and plnced on the retlred 11st. He contlnrred to tako an important pnrt ln tho counclls of tho church untll tho last. Blshop Andrews ls survlved by a widow, ono son nnd tlrreo daugliters. Georgo E. Bowden, clerk of tho Unlted States Court, tlio pntlent rallylug and showlng lncrcaslng strength. Altend Iiik physlelans now hope for his ultl mato rocovory. Workmun Itctiirn Home. [Speclal lo Tho Tlnies-Dlspatch.l GrliADESBOilO; VA., Docombor 31.? Mr. Itoubeu Worrell, J, A. Smlth and famlly, K. Cloud, J. Worrajl, F. Clorid and famlly. Vlptor Dlckerson, ,1. AV. Smlth, 0, Dlckorson, Norman nnd Wal tor Weddlo and many others from this place have returned from West Vir Ki'nia. where they havo boen at work for some tlme. They say that wagea are not so good thore now. Publlc works have boen closing up nnd they had to roturn. WYTHEVILLE NATIONAL NCM Coitvcrslon 6t Stuitc Binik by Comp trollcr In Approvcd. [From Our Kesular Corrcspondent.] WASHINGTON, D. C, Docember 31. Postniasters appointed: Virginia?Bag. loy's Mllls, Lunenbur-g countv, Thomas 1. Jonea.vico lt. M. Fllppln, romuvod North Carolinu?Avocn, Bortio coun? ty, AVllllum R. Capohurt, vico W. lt Capcharl, dead. Tho Comptrollcr of the Currency hns approved tho convorsion of the Bank of Wythevllle, Wythevllle, Va., !'/"., "!?, Mrst Natlonal Bank oi wythovlllo, wlth $50,000 capltal. BURGLARS GET GOOD HAUL Store Ilolibed l?y Some Ono Fumllinl Wlth Place. CIIAnEOTTESVILLE, VA., December 31.?With a cauthiu and cunnlng oqua' to that of a profusslonal, a burglar on ternd tho storp of the ChurlottesvllJo Cirriplioplrorrc and News Company last nlght, and after stringlng pitper across the wlndows to avold dctectlon from tho street, robhed the. safo and made a elenrr get-away with over $100 in money and valuahlo papora belonging lo lnembors of tho flrrii. Entranco to tho buililing was effectod at tho rear of tho store. Tho proprl r-tors hellcvo that tho robbory was commlttcd by some ono thoroughly fir mlllar wlth the bulldlng nnd the pecti llnrltlcs of tho snfo. BIU. UltAGO DltUI'S DMAIJ. Foriuer Hesldcnfof Wiryiicslioro Dlvn lu Albuiiiurlo. CHAULOTTNSVIEEE, VA? Decemhor ol,?Mr. Charles R, Brugg, irged slxty ono years, dropped dead yesterday af? ternoon at his home neur Ulo four mlles north of thls clty. Mr. llrngg wns at ono tirrre n resldent of Wnynesboro, but lind resided in Albctnnrlo for tho pnst llftono years. lle wns twlco mar? ried. Hla seuonU wltV, who was a Mlss Bnead, aurvlvoa hlm, wlth oluvon uhll dren. Ho la ulso survlved by four als tors?Mrs. Sut> tlooeh, of this clty; Mrs. J. A. Taylor, of Kluvannn; Mrs. A'nge limi Old, of Rnanoke, and Mlss Knto Brugg, of Cnmpbell countv. I'OHTSMOUTIl'S IIAO FIIIE. Snlooii, Shoji and Uow of DiveIIIiig? llirruuil. [Speclal to TheTlrnes-DlhPutoh.l NQRFOEK, VA.. Deoonrlmr ,11.?Fire early thls rnornlng ln Flrst Street, Portsmouth, dentroyod Robinsou's sn loon, Wrlght's ttrllor shnp unil a row of brlck rosldencoH belonging to fjie Balrr esrato, emiiillng a loss of nhout $7,000. eovered by irrsiirnncc*. A fire early yesterday morning lir Burkley. destroyed tho Duiuan ? Club, corner or Ivy and Qhostnut Streets, autl scvcrcly dninnKCd small bilildlng.-i uboilt the Jurger structure, crriirlllng n loss of about 51,000. lt wua the pruuarty of E, T. Duncuu, WAS HUMAN NEEDLE-CASE tt xXksji/ sx'asj 1 MISS VALENTINE Notable Wcdding at Charlottes villc Unites Two Promi ncnt Familics. BRIDE WIDELY ESTEEMED Bridegroorn Is Son of Scotch Sbip-Owncr and Is Highly Connected. CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA., December 81.?At high noon to-day, in tho Prcs byterian Church, one of the most no? table weddlngs that liavo taken place in thls sectlon was celebrated. Mlss IlesHio Carroll Valentlno, dauglitor of Mr. Robort Poore Valontlne, was mar rled to Mr. Albert Edward Walker, a former well known New York tiews papet- man. Notwithstandlng more than 1,000 Invitattons wero lssued, the occa sion was entirely devoid of ostentatlon, as was deslrod by tho partles concern ed, lt was a beautlful weddlng, and of deep interest on account of the popu larity of tho brido, who is boloved throughout Albemarle county, nnd by roaspn ot tho promlnence of the two famllies. Chrysantheinums, smllax, fcrns and palms constltutod the vory tastofully arranged decoration for the occaslon. Admlssion to church was by tlcket only. Tho ceremony was lmpresslvoly performed by the Rev. G. L. Petrle, pastor of llio church. To tlie stralns of Mcndelssohn'H weddlng march, p'lay ed by Mr. Klrk Payno, tho bridal pnrty moved slowly towards tho chancal, whore they were met by tho groom and his best man, hls brother, Mr. J. Arthur Wellesley Walker, of Elmhurst, N. Y. Immedlately preceding tho brlde came her sister, Miss Ida Virginia Val? ontlne, who was mald of honor, wcar ing tan volle, trlmmed .with point d'Alencon, duchoss laco, pearls, and wearlng a picture hat. Hor bouquot was of plnk carnatlons. The uahera wero Mr. Robert L. Valontlne, Mr. Josoph W. Tlmberlake, Mr. James Lewis Bibb and J. Payne Carroll. The rlbbons wero hold by two little girls, Mary Walker Waddell and Martha Carroll. Tho brlde, who was glvon away by hor father, was handsomely gowned ln a dark grecn broadcloth going-away sult, with ostrlch feather hat to match. and wore a beautlful sunburst of dia inonda and pearls. a glft of the brldo groom. Sho carrled a bouquet of shower Brlde's roses. A pleaslng featuro of the weddlng was tho prcsenco of the old colorod "mammy," who haa been a member of tho Vnlentlne household for throe gon orations, and another was the appear ance of Miss Valontlno's old Sunday schooi class of pretty llttlo glrls, who occupiod rosorved seats, Mr. Valentlno, tho-brlde's fathor, ls ono of tho most promlnent men ln thls sectlon, lie organized and owned the street rallway system horo, and la vlcc-prosidont of tho CharlottoavUlo woolon mllls, makers of tho cloth used for tho unlforms at the Unltod States MUltary and Naval Acadomlos and the oHlcers of tho army and navy. Ho is president of the Marchant Manufao turlng Company, and ls cgnnected with the cloctric Ilght works aud numorous other ehterprisea. The groom ls the rldnst son of the late Willtam Shirvlnj. Walker, onco tho largest shlp-ownor ln Scotland, who marriod Mlss Emlly Yarick, of Boulogno, a nloce of tho Barons Rothschlld, whoso children nro conscquontly rolnted to Earl Rosoborry, former I'remlor of Englaud, nnd to tha Earl or Crowe. Tho girts sniit tho brido were dls Played in llio ltbrary, There was a Kreat qttantlty of slivorware. jewolry nnd cut-giuss. Immedlately after tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Walker wero drlven to tho Chesapeako and Ohlo depot to hogln thelr tour, whlch will Inoludo tho Hermudn Tslnnds. Upon'thelr return "Carvel Hall," AnnapoHs, Md-, will bo thelr homo for a tlmo. Mhiilcr?SuiHh. I'Hunolnl lo Thu Tlmes-Dlnpatoh.l BRISTOL, VA.. Docombor 31.?- Mr, Ellls Wlllliim Shtilor. of Vandorbllt Unlvorslty, Nashvllle, and M1b? Lota Borry Kinltli, of thls clty, wero mar rted horo to-day. Tho Rov. J. A. H. Hhulor, of Rndford. father of the groom, performed tho ceremony. Thoro wero many relatlves from both Virglnia nnd Toniio?8eo present. Mr, and Mrs. Shu ler loft at oneo for Nashvllle. liijured ny a Fnll. I Knochil to The Ttmes-Dlsputoh.] GLADESBORO, VA? Docomber 31.? Mr. H. Woddlo foll a fow days sinco nnd dlslocatod hls shoulder. Whilo Jils Injurlca uro very pu|nful, ho Ullnlcs )lo Will soon reeover. > Mr. Jus, jsj, woddlo Qontlp-ues Y?> slck, He has been conflnod to | hlfi home for nearly a year. Mra. J. J. Ayres is on the slck 11st thls weok. NEW Y. M. C. A. FOR NORFOLK Old IluJIillnur Tnrntrd iiml Cntnpnlgn lli-Kim for Dtl'On.OOO. [8peciul ro The Tlmoa-Dlapatch.] NORFOIJC, VA., December 31.?The Norfolk Young Men's Christltin Aaso? clatlon rhls afternoon vacated tho Maln Street home, that has boen oc cupled for twenty years, nnd beyond malntalnlng an ofliee in the Arcnde Bulldlng for tho present, wili suspond actlvities untll tho new bulldlng has been erccted and is ready for occu pancy. .. The equlpment of the old bulldlng, Including tho parnphernalla of the gymnasium, was sold to other nssoela tions In Tldowater clties, and the new bulldlng wlll b<; equlpped nncw when completed. General Secretary Clem ence and Phystcal Dlrpctor Harrlngton have been retained, and will conduct the campalgn for the new bulldlng fund. Wlth a neat nucleus wlth whlch to purchaso a new site. rcnllzed by the sale of tho old bulldlng to the owners of the property, tho work of rnlslnn $200,000 for the new bulldlng wlll be gln at once. However, untll tho sprlng the actlve work will not be lnaugu ratod. Kpldcnile of Mild Orip. rspcclal to ThcTlmon-Dlsprttchl NORFOLK, VA., December 31.?Al though Norfolk has been ln the grlp of an epidemlo of #rip for tho pnst tblrty days, Health Commissloner Du puy declares that It has beon compar atively nrlld ln form. and that not one death during December has been nt trlbuted solely to the diseaso. niHiulHH Llquor CluirKCK. rBpocial lo Tho Tlmes-Dlnpatcli.] NORFOLK, VA., December 31.?C. V. Swnringen and J. G. Stephenson, chargod wlth selling llquor to a mlnor, were dlsrnlssed ln tho police court thls morning, Rlchard McQuade, the stx teen-year-old boy In the caso, belng unablo to ldentify either as the man who sold hlm tho llquor. Why I Lost My Job. Itcnsous Why ThoiixinidH LIke Me Cnn not Hntlnfy Tlu-lr Eiiiiiloyers. "I-belleve my fato Is not unllke that of thousands of othor Workers who dally lose tholr places for reasons they do not knotv, and probably would not bellevo. When thelr last pay onvelope comes along, lt ls usually "Your ser? vices no longer requircd." If the truth wero known, tho reason for thelr un ceremonious removal would probably be that thelr ueefulness was dostroyed becauso of some mental worry, bodlly allment or general Indtsposltion. These thlngs, as tyo all know, aro tho most frultful causes of fallure ln all walks of life. Tho battle of Watorloo was loat becauso of a headacho. ln thls qulck ago our mlnds must be clcar, rapld, active, and free from outslde Influence or worry, or elso wo go down to falluro wlth tlio throng of "floatera" Who go from ono placo of omploymont to another, glving no satlsfactlon to others or to themselvos, const.intly growlng older and less useful, wlth no ambltlon, no wlll power, and no hope. Every man requlros from evory other man tho best that ls in hlm. But no man can use, or get the best that Is ln himsolf untll ho ls flrst free from all fretful lndlsposltlons and worrles. That wns my trouble. I was full of troubles. That's why I lost my job. My atomach ln tho flrst place was al? ways out of order, nnd X was worry lng about lt and my mtnd grew eloudy. and slow. I mado mlstakes, and grow grouchy, That wns tho end. There are thousands llko me, golng about wlth "qulck luneh" fncos, dys peptlc rnnnners, and repulsivo atmos pheres. No omployor wants such mon's services Take my advice. A heajthy stomach ls half the battle, for lt keeps your mlnd clear, nnd your faco rosy, I havo a hoalthy stomnoh now and hold a good posltlon. arrd my employer ls snt lsfled nnd so am I, T started to take Stuart's Dyspepsln Tablets, whlch I was told wero good for the worst casos of indlgestlon and dyspepsln. Tho flrst two tablots mnda a wonderful dlfforenco ln my oomll tlon. ' Ono ingrodlent of Stuart's DyspepsI, Tablots dlgests 3,noo gralna of food. The stomach doosn't havo to work at all, The tablots do all the work, no matter how hoavy your moal, Stuart's Dyspepsln Tablots ouro brash, ctuctatlons, burnlng sensatlons, bloat. Irrltatlons, loss of appetlte, nau soa. hoartrurn, lack of onorgy, lous of ruernory, nnd dyspepsln and Indlgestlon ln tholr vpr.v worst forrns. No othor llttio tablots in tho world onn do ao much. You should oarry them nrnund wlth you wherever you go and ttike thotn regulary after meala, Then you wlll realUe what-it is to bo frood from stomach tornront, and have a clear mlnd, a qulck rnemory, a happy diapoaltlon, comfort and rost. Get Stuart's Dyspensltr TubletB at any drug storo for 50a a package. Sond us your name and address to day and wo wlll nt oneo serul you by mall a sumplo naokngo, free, Addross & A/ .?tu,'ir^i Ww iB0 Stuart Bldg., The Quality Is Perfect Candies The packages are dainty and attractiye Now Sold by T. A. Miller, Inc, Broad Street, Jefferson Hotel, Chesterfield Pharmacy ? j Happy I New Year To tho thousands of our vnluod patrons nnd all tl'* good people. In vlew of tho large number of Speq tacles nnd Eyeglassos purchascd from us for prcaontil wo would appreclnto nn early call from the reclpiant( so ns to put us In a po-jitlon to grlnd and Insort auclj lcnses as will Instirc comfort and good vlslon. Com] plote optical manufacturlng plant on the premlawj Tho hlghest class of preacrlptlon work la our apo' cialty. "Good for the Eyes." The S. Galeski Optical Co: Main and Eighth Broad and Third Ilendquartcra for Kodalta!, 1'hotn Suppllea, Devrliplng nnd I'rlntlng. 1907 Has been a most suecess ful year for us. nnd wo wish to thank our friends for thelr genorous patron age. H.W.Rountree&Bro. Trunk & Bag Co. RetailStore: 703 E. Broad Street With the largest and best line of Trunks, Bags and other trnvolers' necossltius In the South, we hopo to merit your favor durlng tlie year. 1908 ^ Flowers! -eii^fJto ALL KINDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. < Prompt and personal attentlon to all ordors. MOSMILLER, Florist, 113 East Maln Street. FLOOR PAINTS. BEST^ HEADY-MIXEO PAINTS. Waxoue, Floor Wai, Brughes, Etc, Ete. Tanner Paint andOil Co. 1410 E. Maln, Klchmond, Va. forms for tho cadots aro about ready Worry to ooiitend agalnst in llfe'a struuglo in the utrtaluty of launrtry aatlsfaotlon. Don't have to e.xiunlue ea^ti shlrt, qollur, cuff. and sook to know If It's waarablo If your hundlo of solloil llnen and all elaa uomep to u*. Tako tha htni! Eclipse Laundry, Phone 413, LUMBER , ItlhwlH, Doors, Mniil' irge Bl?clt. J.ow I'rloi WOODWAKIJ Jt SON, Hh'hiiinnil, V?. Saah, ItliudH, Doors, MnuMlngs. Large Stock. J.ow I'rloeti. The Valentine Museum IflbHVENTR AND OLAY STRBBTS. \ Opea dally front 10 A. M, to 5 P, M, Ad rhiMloa, 36 oenta, Fraa cn. Saturday, New Year Greetings Ojir collootlon of Dtamonda, Watches, Jewelry, Sllverware and Cut Glass aro of the same hlgh standard of excellence aa In years paat- Evorythlng up to-dato and of tho most artlstlc deslgnB and moleda. Wo Invlte an lnapcctlon, and wlsh all our frlcnds and customera A Happy New Year D. Buchanan & Son, 111 East Broad Street Blank Books Tho new year calls for new sets of books. Wo have an enormous stock from whlch to choose. Both tho looso leaf as well as the bound book. Everett Waddey Co. 1105 E. Main St. , Unredeemed Pledges AT HALF VALUE We have an immonsa uaort nent o( unredeemed pledffee. DU monda, Watchoa, Plaln and Spt Rlngs, Broochos, Floa, Ouna, Pia tols, Ovuiooats, Bult Casoi, eto, whloh we offer you at a aavlng of 26 to BO per cent. on regular pric.es. Our ntook of hl(fh-frrft<ln Watchea and Jewelry ls elegant and cpmplote. Dlamonds aro our ipeclalty.. Throe apeclal har- r galnx aro: b'olltalre Dlamond, Tlffany cet tlng, 87.50 to 8.150; Twenty-year gua:*apt?ed QoliJV FUled, Plaln or linurav^d Elgln or Waltham Watch, accurats tlmekeeper, warranted, $10.00. Hallroad Watches, 21 Jewolod, ?Slgln or Waltham movomentB, 20 year euarantee, gold flllod, plaln >r engraved, perfaot tlmekeeper, for 930.00. Money Loaned at Lowest Rates of Interest. Richinond Loan Office, S. BACHRACH, 81S East Broad Street, Opponlte BIJou Thetttre nOnDCV Chired; <iulok rellof; ra UnUrOl nioves aU swelllnpr ln 8 effects pormanont cure, Trlal treat mont glven free to aufferors." nothlua falror. For clroulars, testlmonlala anH frao trlal treatment wrlte sDr, H., K, Oreen's Sons. Box M, Atlanta, Ga, .