A BURGLAR I Best for medicinal uses COUNCIL I Greatest Bargain DETECTED MANCHESTER Locked Himself In a. Room to Prevent Pursuit and Then Saturday of thé Season Your physlclau will tell you that you should always havo sonno good whiskey in the emergency cases, it relievos house. For accidents, fainting spells, exhaustion, and other for poor whiskey, adulterated and revives. lint you must have good whiskey, puro whiskey, what you need for It, «oca whiskey, may do decided hurui. HAYNER WHISKEY It) Ju.it direct from our own distillery to you, with all Its original strength, richness and flavor, carrying a UNITED STATESdealers' enormous DISTILLER'S G UA«ANTEE ot PUR¬ ITY and AGE and saving tho REGISTERED quarter ot a pronte. Wo haveItover a for medicinal Increase in Membership Kot De¬ sired by a, Number of the The greatest bargain attractions of the season are provided for.to-day's purchasers, million satisfied customers, exclusively family trade, abould try it. is bestmoney back li who know Members. Jumped From Window. purposes and prefer It for other uses. Thai's way YOU you oro not satisfied. . Your They are beyond a doubt the greatest and grandestapparel of a higher offered right all the inducements ever character in in the TOM CHARLES MERRYMAKERS heart of the season to practical economists seeking fashion and fitting. The keynote to the situation is the LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS Direct from our distillery to YOU points of materials, workmanship, the purchase of the woolens at the manufacturingat head¬ great savings that were made in choicest (The Ciiargcs Against Treasurer Siv·· DiiIiiV Profili! Prmnt· Adulteration I Coming Drama at Leader Hall. quarters, Thousands of yards of foreign and domestic fabrics were bought a big Father Waters Better.Coun¬ sacrifice of actual value. Shipment upon shipment of better and choicer grades with the have been . Powell, of ? otto way, Were Dismissed by, Grand Jury. (Special *>ETERBBURO, to Tho Tinics-Dlspnteli.) VA,, Dee. ll.-An al- HAYNER WHISKEY PURE SEVEN>YEAR*OLD RYE ty Supervisors. Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch, 1 No. 1102 Hull Street, j Tho Common Council of Manchester received during the week, and these will go week's cullings and mark downs of all broken lines and single" garments, presenting public the on special sale to-morrow in connection their dashing style and to the $9.90 tempt wosi made last night to rob the last night set at deflanco the constitu¬ Men's Choice Suits and rtsldenco of Henry Pannili, In High $£¡20 EXPRESS FULL tion, by laying on tho table Indefinitely ? resolution providing for an Incroaso in elegantfor tailor work.Spe QUARTS 9 PREPAID Btrcot. Mrs. Pannili heard a man in tho the niembcrnhlp of that body, in accord- cial to-morow at house and notified lier husband. The intruder then entered a room and bolting unco with tho provisions of the constitu¬ tion, Tho resolution wns drawn by City At¬ Overcoats, $7.35. only .... Iho door, prevented pursuit. A pollco officer arrived on tho scone In response Wo will send you FOtm FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S SEVEN- torney 1'agc, and It wns put upon its passage at tho suggestion of Mr. Fer- Bargain Leaders which no economically Men's Elegant Suits, $15 00. to an alarm, but the thief Jumped from YEAR-OLD ItYE for 13.20, and wo will pay the express charges. Try it and If you don't find It all right and ns good as you ever used or can buy from gtsson. inclined purchaser can afford to pass un¬ ft window and made good his escape. anybody clso at anynext mall. Just think our expense and your 13.20 will bo price, send It back ot that offer over. How could it be Mr. Sampson amended the motion by noticed. Suits of strictly pure wool, effect war¬ AU that fashionable dressers can desire is' Tho man had already thrown a num¬ returned to you by fairer? If you aro not perfectly satisfied you ore not out a cent. Better let us suggesting that It bo iald on the tahlo ranted color Black Thibets and new embodied in the elegant Suits on sale to¬ send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts youreelf, get a friend to indefinitely. This amendment was lost, ber of articles from the window, but Join you. Shipment made In a plain sealed cuso with no marks to show whut's and thon Chairman Reames put the orig¬ fancy Cheviots and Cassimeres.Overcoats day at $15.00.each and vvitn one hand- every in his hasty flight could not curry then off. inside Orders for Ariz., Cat,, Col., Idaho, Mont, Nov., N. Mex., Ore., Utah, Wash, inal question, which was upon tho pass¬ age of the resolution. of pure wool Black Cheviots and Blue Ker¬ tailored throughout.made hand-padded The Roscndttlc Literary Society held nn or Wyo. must be on tho basis of 4 Ounrt* for ·*.<»*> by Expre·« i'rcynld or KO quart« for «ß.?? by Freight Prepaid. In some unknown way tho votes wero and stylish seys. Long or medium lengjth,and Tweeds concave shoulders.shape-retaining fronts In loie.« ting meeting last night and chose switched around on the second vote, and the following ofliccrs for tho ensuing Wrlto our nearest office and do It NOW. It was lost, by tho voto of 3 to 5. top coats of fine quality Coverts ; and hand buttonholes.fashioned in the sea¬ The resolution was as follows: neither Suit or Overcoat son's swellest single and double breasted styles year: President.M. IÎ. Sykes. Vice-president. W. ?. Hawthorne. Treasuror~\V, A. Ashe. Secretary.II. li..Jefferson. THE HAYNER DISTILLINOMO,COMPANYMINN. ATLANTA! QA. 151 LOUIS, ST. PAUL DAYTON, OHIO DlSTJXLBRT, TEOT, O. ST. ESTABLISH»!) 1660. AN ORDINANCE. To prescribe the number ofmembcra of which each branch of the Council of the city of Manchester shall be com¬ possible to be matched else¬ where, under $12.50. Spe¬ cial for to-morrow only... .«¦ $7.35 in all the excellence characteristic of the Burk attire.no tailor produces better Suits from any point of view than Assistant.D. S. Hawthorne. The society will Inaugurato a freo night .chool for colored children during next month. City Engineer Thomas R. Dunn has posed, and to apportion such memher- shlp among the various wards of the city, as at present defined. Whereas, by an act of the General As¬ sembly of Virginia, approved May SO, Extraordinary Quality Suits and the matchless garments on row special at only. sale to-mor¬ $15.00 been notified of the serious Illness of his brothor, Allen Dunn, at his homo at Scotland Neck, N. C. Mr. Dunn is well known here. POWELL ACQUITTED. aioud for ???,??, and a gentleman who livor near by,\ hearing his' cries, went to his, assistance, and before ho would con- eent to help him ho required him to aproo to bo tied securely, which he did, and «n this way he wax captured. G, N. Wells tieasurer of Mecklenburg, SILK STRIKE 1903, It was made the duty of the Coun¬ cil!, of tho various cities of the State to prescribo by ordinance tho number of members of which each branch of the councils of such cities shall bo com¬ Overcoats, $9.90. The Big Store makes new records in value- giving inatthese phenomenal offerings for to¬ Men's Best Overcoats Made. They have a style, quality and tailoring dis¬ Judgo J. M. Mullen has returned to the city from Nottoway county, where he held court for Judge Hancock, of the Circuit Court, who is sick. During ntssion of the court about ten minor decrees wore entered. the who has boon confined to his room for ferverai, weeks, Is better. DRUNKS IN TOWN. 'DRY A DEADLOCK posed, and, In tho year ninoteen hundred and three, to apportion such membership among the various wards of such cities rfspectively, so as to give to each ward, as far as practicable, equal representa¬ tion in each branch of said councils. In morrow only Nine Ninety. SUITS of excellent quality Worsteds, Thi¬ bets, Tweeds and Cheviots.immense assort¬ tinction all their own and are the formidable rivals of highest charging tailors' products, whilst costing just about half.an endless as¬ The grand Jury of Nottoway investi¬ Bath County Board Will Now proportion to the population of such ment solid blacks or nobby fancy effects and sortment of everything practical and desir¬ Coun¬ gated four countB against jury re¬ be Democratic. The High Tides Fail to Float wards respectively; and, able in Overcoatings.newest fashion over- 'The ty Treasurer Powell. bill" and tho Whereas, it Is further prescribed by neat mixtures-Mailored in most painstaking turned "not a truo chargée against the treasurer wero dls- (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) WARM SPRINGS, VA., Dec. 11.- and County Court co'nvenes hero Tuesday been the Submarine Torpedo Boat and She is High and Dry. the said act that the Eoards of Alder¬ men of the said councils shall consist manner and designed in all the new single or plaids domestic colors..offashioned,foreign and and solid fabrics finest into double-breasted fashions. . mlfceed. of not less than eight (8) nor more than u. large number of young men have Otto Korn, Sr., proprietor of the Pros¬ summoned to appear before tho grand twenty-two (22) members, and that the Common Councils of the said councils swellest styles Surtout, Paletots, Chesterfield flvo hundred dollars refused pect Hotel, has Just for his an of point¬ pair offer of jury to give evidence as to the sale of liquor In this neighborhood. This case SECOND TORPEDO FLOTILLA (which body, In and by the charter of tho OVERCOATS in Swell Long, medium or and. Long "Overcoats, with dresseror belted plain will find ers. The offer was mado by a. Jack¬ grows out of the fact that a number city of Manchester, as amended, Is de¬ signated tho "City Assembly,"), shall Short Box styles.of Black, Oxford, Blue and backs.the most, exacting sonville, Pia., man. seen on the streets, his every requirement Much Interest centors In the appear¬ and as there Is no license granted here, ance at the V. M. C. A. Hall Monday there Is a suspicion that liquor Is being Ostensibly Bound for Culebra, night of the quartette fromadvance sale Illegally sold. Conservatory of Music. Tho Indicates a large attendance. WAS ? PETERSBURGER. the J.' E. Starke, now on trial In Jackson¬ Ithaca ville, Fla., tor killing John F. Angel,reí- and this will be the last regular meet¬ at of drunks have been Tho new county officers will qualify at the next term of County Court, Tues¬ day. The Board of Supervisors meet Monday But the Officers Expect to do Scout Duty Off Panama. consist of not less than fourteen (14) r.or more than forty (40) members; and, Whereas, the wards of tho city of Man¬ chester were arranged and prescribed upon a hasls of equal population, as far as the samo was practicable, by an ordi¬ nance adopted December 13, 1901, and, therefore, In order to effect such equai Tan choice Overcoatings.superbly tailored and splendidly lined.compare them only with the $15.00 garments shown at"other places and even at that you will not equal $25, $20, $18 and. fully met in these Gems of Overcoat fashions- $.1500 one time lived In this city, and has (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) division or distribution of population. It ulives In Potersburg now. Tho now heating equipment for tho nnd one Democrat, and the new board the slightest prospect of a settlement of Academy of Music has been Installed will be composed of three Democrats and tho silk mills strike here. The operatives nnd tho play-houso hns otherwise"Pret¬ one Republican. much Improved. Graco George, in ty Peggy," been ing ot tho present board. Tho present NORFOLK, VA., Dec. lb.There Is not beard Is composed of three Republicans are still out and they now demand an Mr. Batton McElwee, of Hot Springs, Increase of fifty per cent, in their wages. to appear December ISth, will has purchased the George Hi Gulnn farm, The management renewed Its offcr of Is deemed unnecessary at1 this early date to make any change In the arrangement of such wards. Kow, therefore, be It ordained by the Council of the city of Manchester: 1. That, until otherwise provided by law,' the Board of Aldormen ot the Coun¬ BURK ö CO. Manufacturers &.nd Retailers, Memphis. Tenn.. Baltimore, Md., Dallas, Texaj·. Richmond, Va·.· Norfolk. V»..^,,, Nashville. Tenn. lie the.next attraction. near McClung. yesterday, to tho effect that If the strik¬ . The funeral of the late Captain Henry The mall from Hot Springs was delay¬ ers returned to work at the reduced V. Geertz will take place from St, Jo¬ ed quite a while Wednesday by tho train scale for thirty days, they would, at the seph's Catholic Church, body will bo In¬ Jumping the track near Hot Springs. expiration of tnat time again takeThis to-rnorow morn¬ up cil of the city of Manchester ..shall con¬ cisi of eight. (8) members," of which two (2) members shall he elected from each ¦v\ard,"and the City Assembly shall'con- 1003 East Main St. ing, at U o'clock. The the. question of wages with them. slst of sixteen (10) members, of which terred in St. Joseph's Cemetery beside bis wife. STABBED CONDUCTOR. caused a deadlock, which continues. MOCCASIN HIGH AND DRY. four (4) shall be elected from each ward. 2. This ordinance shall take effect Following a widespread belief among It is now feared that tho submarine SBÇOND BAPTIST CHURCH !.. (CORNER the more Ignorant of the negroes of this Assailant Claims to be Son of torpedo boat Moccasin will not bo got¬ from the date of its approval. and was enjoyed by tho audience. city that several "Thomsonlan" doctors, capable of doing them much there Is an Prominent Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) been at work hero recently, harm, have (Sperial to Colored Man Here. she Is dug out. The high tides accom¬ ten off tho beach at Currltuclt, unless ???-???????, VA., Dec U..On arri¬ panying the recent storm faileddry. float .At present the Common Council consists of twelve members, three from each ward, and the Board consists of eight. PERSONAL AND NOTES. Rev. Father Waters Is very much bet¬ ter, and expects to be able to preach at LEE-JACKSON DAY Sixth and Main Streets).Dr. M. R. thoSMHH.' and at S P. M. Dr. W. W. by preach the annual sermon of the Young pastor, pastor..Preaching at 11 C.A.TAYLOR, past .t of the First Baptist Churih. Poter bu g Men's will nil pervading feeling ot fear nmong them val of the castbound passenger train No. her, and she Is to-day high and nnd they religiously remain off the streets 4, It was found that Conductor Harry naval tug Hercules, which has been at after da*rk. Douglass hudheld a tlckot fromnegro pms- work on her, has returned to port. stnger, who been cut by a lioanoke, to The According to tho Constitution there must be at least fourteen members be¬ ginning January 1st, notwithstanding the action of Council last night. Sacred Heart Church to-morrow, Norman Blanklnshlp and William Elder have returned from Princo George county. While there they killed a deer TO BE CELEBRATED A -'¦-: Missionary Society of tho chur-h. Sumtay school at 0:30 A. M. GRACE STREET DAFT IST CHURCH (COR- nor Grace and Foushee Streets).Rev. CHAS. of Ports¬ S. GARDNER. D. D.. pastor..Sunday school" RIVER TRAFFIC. Va., to Richmond. The wounds are pnIn¬ Dr. Charles L. Culropper, tuì but not serious. Tho negro wns mouth, one of the city's most eminent wns Tho resolution will be presented at tho weighting 23 pounds. A charter has been granted the Stor¬ Disputed Date of General Jack¬ at D.-30 A. M. Preaching by the pastJi a. H* meeting of the Board on Tuesday night. A. RI. and 8 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday struck by Douglass while tho negro to turgeons, Is critically 111 at Clifton was insulting His brother, Dr. Vcrhon COMEDY DRAMA. age, Well-Pump Company, with a capi¬ son's Birth Fixed so far as at S ?, M. Peoples' Line Withdraws and cutting lilm. The negrodlfllculty occurred Springs, N. Y. has gone to his bedside. tho conductor, and the Tom Charles Merrymakers made merry tal stock of $5,000. The principal office Lee Camp is Concerned. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (PINE AND'· Groen Streets).WESTON BRUNER, 8 D. D.. Take Place. about ono mile west of this place.negro G. isCulpepper, Dr. Culpepper will not The at Leader Hall last night for the benefit Is to be located at Seventh and Hull minister..Preaching atBurningM. and P. M.' Weems Invited otllcers here promptly arrested the at 1:30 It 'feared that of tho Ellto Club. Thero was a good Streets. January 10th Is "Leo-Jackson pay" here¬ H A. Hearts"; Morning subject, "TheGreat Trcgadiei ofovon- topeclal to 'i he 'l'lraes-Dlspaicri.; Ho will havo a trial to-morrow recover. sized house, and the play was "Tho King Misses Isabel Gary and Eliso Gregory, after, Ing subject, "Two ihn KREDER1CKSBURG, VA..tho Dec. 11.. P.The M. SECOND TORPEDO FLOTILLA. of Henderson, are visiting Miss Annie Tho determlnn/lon to unito Ilio cele- Bible" ¡ No. 5, "Tho Tragedy of the Haunted The steamer Sunbeam of People's negro claims toReiormers, ofof the The second torpedo flotilla Is assem¬ bo the son of tho Philippines." Soul." Every seat frne; everybody welcome, the True Rich, Those who took part In Ilio ploco were Bell DuVal. hratlon of the birthdays of theso great THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING Steamboat Company, which hns boon ply¬ president ofHis namo ih \V. L. Taylor, bling in Hampton Roads, preparatory to well known Church Hill performers, each CO u NTY SUPERVISORS. heroes of the war between tho States was of the BAPTIST SUNDA Y-SCIIUOL ASSOCIA- ing between Bowler's Wharf on has mond, the Va. storting south. The first flotilla will ono of whom accredited himself or her¬ Tho Chesterfield County Supervisors beached by R. 12. Leo Camp, Confeder¬ TION of Richmond und Man.tuatjl·SUNDAY wll be Rappahannock river nnd Baltimore, no MASS-MEETING. sail for tho Philippines to-morrow, and self In a most pleasing way. They were: wont out along the line of the oloctrlc ate Veterans, last night. hold at Plne-Stroot Ba.tl«' Church AFTERNOON at 3:30 o'clf K. Address by Rev. been withdrawn, and this lino has the second flotilla will go to join tho Mrs, Tom Charles, Misses Lummlo Nuck- road yesterday on an Inspection trip. Tho dato of Genoral Stonewall Jack¬ W. ??. SISK. All Sunday-school workers ure steamers operating on the Rappahan¬ Atlantic fleet'at Culebra, osten¬ They will make a report at the meeting nock river. Roanoke to Push Claim for En¬ North although Its officers expect to do sibly, ols, Loo Coles, Maryo Adklns, Messrs. Tom Charles, Andrew Moonl, John Du- on Monday, son's birth has always been a matter ot doubt. In the biography ot him writ¬ cordially Invited to attend. DUKE, President. W. D. At a largely attended meotlng of tho A. H. McDowell, Secretary. Buslnese Men's Association held last larging Government Building. scout and patrol duty off the coast of gan, Forest Locksett. ten by his wlte, sho says that tho re¬ METHODIST. night, a resolution wus adopted calling (8|ieclal to Tho Tlmoa-DIspatch.) mass- the Isthmus for several weeks. 11..A Tho comedy was given In fino shape PECULIAR ACCIDENT. cord» were destroyed in some way unti CENTENARY METHODIST CHURCH- ROANOKE, VA., Dec. held to-night that tho General, himself, was never Rev. ??. J. YOUNG. D, D. pastor.-ServUoS on Mr. Henry Williams, president of the of citizens was Vcora« Steamboat Company of Balti¬ meeting purpose of devising plana for MINE CAVED IN. Seriously Hurt Jumping Over a able to settle tho preciso day of his by tho pastor at 11 o'clock In tho morning «ml nt S o'clock nt night, the run¬ for the \. - birth, though he thought It waH January more, to continue permanently pushing the claims of Roanoke for an Last Man Escapes Through Hole Mud Puddle. iiist. Tho year, of course, Is 1S21, Some- CIAY STREET .METHODIST CHURCH (corner Adams and Clay Snoots).Rev. T. McN. ning of a steamer from this city to addition to the government building. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) thno ago, Stonewall Camp, of Stattnton, SliuPSON. D. D., pastor..Preaching Sunday Urbannu, on tho lower Rappahannock decided to appoint a committee in Shaft no river, and return, us at present, and to It was such Information that would Bigger Than Body. WILLIAMSBURG, VA.. Doc. 11.. J. N. decided that Inasmuch as tho date of at ? A. M. and 8 P. M. by the pastor. Sunday school nt 0:15 A. M. (Special to VA., TImes-DIspatch.lBen¬ Tho a student of William and Mary put on, If possible, a boat equipped with to collect for submission to a govern¬ CHATHAM, mine near Toshes caved In needed Dec. 11..Tho Hillman, College, lies In a serious condition In¬ In Jnekson'e birth wus not uofinltcly fixed, PARK PLACE METHODIST CHURCH all tho modern conveniences. The res¬ be and a committee appointed by tho nett's barytes the college Infirmary on account of an it could with perfect propriety bo made (corner West Franklin and Pino Streets).Ree. L. B, BETTY, iwator..Services school M. and 11 A. olution assured Mr. Williams of tho sub- ment,Association will go to Washington this commenced lust operations. whllo cav¬ week, wrecking The with a January 19th, as any other day,the 10th, S P. M. every Sunday. Sunday at 9:30 stöntial Interest and support ot the'busl- Ear ing Saturday, sev¬ jury received In Jumping across a mud very groat argument favoring ness community of Fredericksburg in after tho holidays, eral men wore at work under the ground, puddle. In tho fact that It was also Leo's, ami A, M. but the giving away was so gradual that ASniJRY METHODIST CHURCH (LOM- tho enterprise. A committee composed oscaped without Injury. nil of the minersman was hoisted to the Early this morning it was found neces¬ a State holiday not only In Virginia, BACOMB DEY. bnrdv und Hanover).Rev. an., 8 P. M by of the president of tho association, Capt. WEEK OF TRAGEDIES. When tho last sary to perform an operation, and he but a number of other Southern States. M. Iiustor..Preaching It A.0:30. Epworth Leagtin M. B. Rowe. Messrs. W. E. Bradley, C. surface, tho sufficient nearly to allow'-here shaft had closed, *ho was removed to the Infirmary, where Dr, Leo Camp was asked by Stonowall Camp pastor. Sunday school meeting Wo.me.ia«* M Tuesday 8 1*. M. Prayer W. Jones, E. D. Colo nnd T. N. Brent, Edward Walthall's Head Crush¬ passing of the miner's body. telng Just H. A. Wise, assisted by Dr. J. W. King space to tako similar action. Tho matter was with and Dr. George Hanklns, performed the ?, M. .was nppolntod to havo a conference ed by a Heavy Wagon. There tuo largo cracks around tho area, sur¬ brought up In Leo Camp's regular moot· PRESBYTERIAN. Mr. Williams, with the view of carry¬ face of thosome for a considerable eni'th. slfaft operation. lug last night and a resolution adopted FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (COR- ing out tho object of the resolution. (Special to The Times-Dispatoli.) VA.. Dec. U.-This extending distance Into the Mr. Hillman is from Wise county. His unanimously deciding upon making date the ner Madison and Uruce Streets).Rov. Dr. F. T. Mrs. Kato L. Jenkins, of Rapidnn, bus been aBOSTON. disasters In Halifax, near operatorstowere afraid boiler und ma¬ BOUTH week of The enough move' the to carry ten.ns notified, and a trained parents have been the evening train from two great martial leaders twins In IV FADEN, pastor..Services ut H A. M, nnd Orange county, has purchased of Mr. r.dward Waltlmll, an employa of trio chinery which had to bo rolled away. nurse secured by of birth, as well uh twin horoos of tho 8 ?, M. AU welcome. from his wagon Richmond. SECOND PllEäUiTERIAJM CHURCH-REV. John T. Donahoe, the Donnhoo residence i-lyco seed farm, fell South Boston and A new shaft will havo to bo sunk before same gigantic struggle. Hereafter Jack- llLùîic.L.c. liAIU U. t'.. luster..Service ul 11 in this city and Mrs. Jenkins with her both wheels ran from his body, crushing resuming opérations,» whilo returning son's name will be llnketl with Leo's in all A. M. »ad ft P. M, o'cloeli. iiudlor. Wednesday by the Sunday ucliool ut mother, Mrs. E, L. Minor, and her sis¬ ills skull, Death over Instan ta neon:··. CRAB TREE FALLS. of Leo Camp's celebrullons of January ulglit Icuturu nt S ter, Miss Elizabeth Minor, will move John Jones, a colored boy, ran his hi- South Boston Tobacco Market. (¡¡-la ? m. E STREET PRESnYTBRLVN ,wus to»tm and mako the property their home. .yclo Into a fence at Black Walnut, and Mr. John T. Donahoe has purchased of was little girl, four years old, daughter toSOUTH BOSTON, weather the sales Of Mrs. Jenkins a handsome building proposes to erect a modern residence. lot A found dead. of Mr. Puqua while playing around the tobacco have not on Washington Avenue, on which ho bro had her clothes burned off her and were last week. Thorö is a very decided bhe died from the bums, (Sneclnl to The Tlmes-Dispotch.) VA.. Dec. ll.-0wlng oxtremely harshbeen as largo us they improvement In nearly all grados, Tho Larrabees An Isolated Natural Wonder to be Reached by Railroad. (Sneelnl to The Timee«DUpiitcb.) LEXINGTON, VA., Doc. 11..The Buenn 19th. Tho letters from tho camp to Auburn Post, G. ?. IÍ,, ot Auburn. N. V.. o,\- pres.sing tho appreciation of Lee of Colonel the recent courteous treatment John Murphy, a former Commander of Camp for G R A Ci CHUlU-H.RoV. JLKE VVITHE-.SP-'UiV -,;S O-, tjuslor..Sbi-vIcc-h ni 11 o'clock A. M. and P, M.- ncitiivoUui' night servici· ui ö u ci. t». ,w¡i. tiny nehoiil utOF THE M. CHURCH 1I-.3U A. COVENANT (CORNER Purls Avenu« und Harrisonpustnr..l reachingstreet).Rev. J, Carde aro out for tho marriage of Miss avorago for tho weok hns boon higher Vista Extract Company has purchased Lee Camp, wits rend. Captain Stratton, CALVIN STEWART, D. U., ihu pustor. Mld- Josltj Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LEGISLATOR'S FALL. than at any time since tho '03 crop com¬ the Crab Tree Falls property In Nelson at 11 A. M. und 8 ?, it. by F. W. Clark, of Orange county, to Mr. menced being marketed. county, which Is a large tract of timber adjutant, had written uti excellent loiter Huwll service >, uiliiot.au> evitalli), .M. oSeuls «? o eu-e». A'bout $8.20 has been tho avorago for the to tho Post of Auburn, which his com¬ Hiililiutu (ii-lii)ul «uet-U ttt OiilU nil neryl<t'H. ».I A, Joseph Martin, Jr., tho ceremony to take Hon. A. A. Gray Breaks Through entire week's sales, Theso «guies tiro land, and will build a railroad front rades readily approved. frei· mid -? enrilh'l Welcome tn pitico at Unlonvlllo Christian Church, tit not very far below tho 1802 crop. Far« the property to tho Norfolk and Westen WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Elm Street)..Services ut Hnlonvlllo, Orange county, on December Porch Railing; and Hurt. mors are greatly olated at tho prices thoy for hauling the chostnut wood which la HUNT CLUB RUN. (QrÖVe?.Avenue und R. ENGLISH. D. D., und II ?. by Rev. T. ?· m. cukrhj. Sun lay 21th. at 7 o'clock. lust night to the depth PALMYRA, tSpecial toVA., Tunes-Dispatch.) A. are gcttng. There Is a general good fw.·!. The Dec, ll.-Hon. A. mg all nround. ma: Kotindependent buyers Tho used In their works at Buena Vista for ut s ?, ?. by Mr. W. Mid-week service Tuoiluy Hüliool at 0:30 A. M. Snow fell hero are helping tho ? groat deal, Man¬ making tanning extract. ut 8 P. M. Welcome tu ail. of threo Inches. This Is tho second full Gray had ti sovcro fall this afternoon ufacturara havo found nut that tho tobac¬ Christmas examinations nro now in Warrenton Pink Coats Take a CHRISTIAN. of snow so far this season, ot his residence, that camo near being co sold hero |s part of the kind they wunt, For over three-quarters of a progress at Washington and Loo Uni¬ Five-Foot Stone Wall, CHRISTIAN CHURCH SEVENTH STREET(Irani) stive»«)..Services a serious ? ffair. Ho was loaning against heneo thoro Is sharp competition. versity. Seventh and (corner nt II ?. M., conducted hv Prof. W. M. TOBACCO IMPROVES. the rail of ills porch when it suddenly gave .¦ » ? century Larrabee's Rheu¬ (Special to The Times-Llspatch,) WAHlUOiVHlN, VA.. Dec. U..Tho pink Sunday Virgin u. Even« FORREST, of th« university ofand PiutKhtoiu." way, throwing, him violently tobelow, wnlk, ten feet the Nuckols.Stiles. matic Liniment lias been NEW LOUISA BANK. coat« of tho Warrenton Hunt Club tina fol - In« HÚbJecti ''India's MoUieni Death of a Lunatic Who Ter- ground, on a brlcK hobruises and com¬ PETERSBURG, VA., December 11. cuts, * (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) known and successfully used. Itiwoii tho hounds at a merry pitea MARSHALL STREBT CHRISTIAN und Han« Stieut between tiratimi, cHUtOH Ho sustained severe Will Open for Business With the afternoon Huberttho snow covered Melds over (Marsuini H. H. ?·??·??>.Rev. at 11 A.MEL'lO.N, »iiustoi·...Sunday un li, rorized the County. but at this writing Is resting .Tuesday, Docombor 8th, Misa Käthe, Its wonderful curative power of Major J', Hurry's farm. The big Sunday M. und l\ M. fortably and no serious consequences are ritto J. Stiles, forihorly of Peters¬ in Rheumatism, Neuralgia, New Year. entire course, which wus only u mlln un.I sellimi ut 0:30M. M. i.'hrlsiliin Endeavor tío- A. Tho Tlmea-Dlsputch.) (¡special toVA.. Deo. ll.-Thoro Is a feared. It half lit length, wus plainly visitilo «- P. ¿leti' ut 7 END CHRISTIAN CHURCH (ON BUÏlJTON, burg, but mona recently of Richmond, Lumbago, Toothache, Back¬ (Upoelal to The Tlmes-Dlsputc-h.) ? rom au enilneiico whero tho spectators WEST decided Improvement In and1 prlco of to- tho was married to Howard J. Nuckols, of FREDERICK "HALL VA., Doe. 11.-Tho congrega tod. ihr.llllng event was the Jump¬ Morris, between Main und Floyd Avenue).-. racco lri this market the.farmers KIUUS THE GERM. Richmond. ache, Catarrh, etc, is shown Citizens' Hank, the charter- oÇ Louisa was ¿ranted by tho Corporation The most In dashing Preaching w-iuarrovv by It·, v, HENRY are bringing their crops In quit» l'reety. which sell¬ COUD The ceremony was solemnized at tho by the thousands of testimo¬ wliioh Commission Thursday, u. Woody, IS. A. with Dr. ing of a live-loot stone wall whole eh.b iiiylo und without u tip by the PKARCE ATKINS at ? A. M. »nil S P. M. EPISCOPAL. Tho low price atoffoot of It him been busi¬ Ucutenant Peary Says Thore Are No home of tho' bride's brother, J. ..Walter Terrell as "president;J. cash¬ Thn ilillng lu-day was superb. the ing has had branche». depressing nials received, It's a sure and · mid R. L. G«-dim Jr.. attorney, w.ll CHURCH OF THEund ???,? COMPORTER ness In all Bald Heads In the Arctic Region. Stiles, West One Hundred and Twenty- all pains ier, The ildm-H were guests of Major nnd (corner 11 rovo AvenueUKKIRoland Street).?a?, The merchants particularly have com¬ The people who come back from Klon¬ poäilivecurc for or two of and throw wldo its doors to tho commei'cl-.il Airs. P.obcrt Uuiry, a delightful 'unit Ijlill., Sunday morning at ?>Sii.n..-¦ aileinxm ???.?.??? KM. plained of the dullness of the Urnas.of Tl.« dike testify to^tho fact that no native third Albert Banks, of Grape M. E, Street, New York city, by the Rev. world on the first of January under men breakfast being ¡served at their rusiiloneo o'clock; thr? Louis aches, A bottle this Misplolous conditions, Tho now bank nnd will nnmeijiately before the drag wmi started, vices o'eloclc. Sun my seho.il at S:L'0 oui,. banks, too, have farmers sti'lngoney sell buhl lioada are there. The ovidonco Is Church, felt the would not old household remedy should to conducted In u most conservative lit Scats five. Visitors cordially welcome. limes, for thu imanes» like mannerofby oiUlrelv oxporl- MONUMENTAL CHURCHEVANS, D· I BROAD their tobacco at tho low, prices, and rati.Hi¬ that tho cold olimato kills tho germs who had money In bunk preferred sell at thut oat tho huir off at tho root. Lieut. and Mrs, Nuckols loft for ? Southern to «raw on tbolr deposits thiin to thosu Arctic Regions, Following a breakfast at Sherry's, Mr, always be hi the home ready for instant use, being taken by Louisa Louisa, tneed business men men In every walk the -dock CHURCH PIICES. THE Street, below Twelfth).Rev. Yv\ E. .M,; in,. II· MilllluUilluli -S ?. It., Iteci .|·.--????/o'eloik: iiflii'iinvn at I o'cloeli. such ruinous prices. in tobacco a bettor Perry, who went to tho Newbro's Herpl- tour, After No, 106 South Third will ho December ület they Street, Of life, and distributed throughout the BAPTIST. lug »civico ut Jl But bIiico Iho rise glvos tho same ovidonco, at home In Price 25c a Bottle, county generally, assured fuel, because aCIUOVB AVUNUtl BAPTIST l.'HUItCII LUTHERAN, doubtless In a short cldo bus the same effect as the cold cli¬ Rlohmond. toel.njs preveis and work on smoothly. Ils .succès Is un ? rovo Aviiiiuu muí Ueuiih Street).?ß?, J. n, FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH .' timo everything will that eats the linlr all parties connected with tho institut'..m ibWVTnouNW. n, n., liv tho pester. iiaetiir.-Preeclin* ut ?? Cm (Seventh Street bctwoeil Rloud and )1 ? «>-· Bevoily Tarry, colored, a lunutlo, dlod mate. kills It tho germ For sale by all druggists, or nie practical, conservativo und self made 11 A. M. and S I'. M. ?,·?G-????'?·a?????·??.11·.|·????? Rev. O A. MARKS, pustor. «Serv. es 31'. tho |iair grows again. Lipscombe.Goodwin. Spi ? G In jail here lust week. Ho was a giant oft at tho roots, and built \vi(l be sent by mail 011 receipt men. isilliji'i't. "Uuverein.·«·, uni Activity.Tim Qualities nf a Complete Ho. ?»<1 und s P. Wednesday night 8 o'clock, in strength. Before his arrest ho had Horplcldu Is the first hair remedy I-<¦¦*.W CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. - (Snodai to Tho Tlmes-Dlsnntch.ï in New York, KfiVctlvo Ilumuti Ulto"; evening »ubjeel. lay nitST CHURCH Or' CHRIST. SCIENTIST.- Rrlven a?) of his arrest and prepared familyhimself und resent upon the principle of destroying lite germ AFTON. YA., Dtc. 11..Mr. Rush Lips- away to doiuu that eaU the hair off, Its phenomena! combo, one nini Nelson's prosperous voting of of price, Riehmonders unirse Over Iho Pollita of Y..uth." Sun Bcliool at D:30 A. M. Services Sunday morning at 11:18. Subisci ot (Specilli to The Times· Dispatch.) Including M-in. nernion, "Is Ilio Universe, Wvdne*<Utt ivja· any attack. Tho ne.'ghborsnight the dread sala demonstrates the correctness of t|ie merchant* of him. Fortunately one stuod In lunu- Miss Alma Goodwin tli.i daughter of Mi·, W. II. Qoodw:<i. THE CAI1RÜLLT0N CHEMICAL CO., NEW YORK, Dec. ll.-Wuldorf. ?. Ax I'litSI in MIST (?1G??G??. WO··«">" >T te.,. W. F. Labonta und wlío: M>irlbor¬ 11 A. Al. D. t>., P. M.-Hev. G? GORDON H. Evolve!8:30. Atounlu Fore«?"·open dally fren» tt by aiound he leil scalp germ theory, Sold by luadlng drug* popularV'rglnla Legislature, were married BAUIMORE. MP. unti S Ing at S Rending loomK. »lulo BumU «Jl tio went out, and prowling of the on his back and became entangled In gists, Send 10c. in stamps for sample tq m Washington on Tuesday. They will ough. R. M, C Broadway Contrai, J, '\ Pov. ß ISOPOU aj.tíl-.'t·!" al night,;tlio mornlnj-i ftl, J, O'Connor; Bulllngton; Manhattan, MOORE· will piarti lilbla «oluKil AM. to p. M. No. TW vlhee and brush in such a wayco und that ho Co.. Detroit, Mioh." Owens make ««won their future homo after an MBÊmummatÊÊKÊMamÊÊÊÊm «? 9:î» A. ?. A cuvJiul wlcoiiia given to all. i tuo Invited. could not rise. The night wasHe dualicJ, The Herplcide Company Special Agents," extended wedding t»".|F· & -Minor Drujr iMHuatory, by morning he was çltUlca.