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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1898.
ready for the fray
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San T.IOHOl'."! * 04K1IH41LF.D.
URARGENEliTS FOR A BUSY SEASON.
The A-B-nl Fall Ir,??ecllo? Will Or
Va?e?j?.llr lalereatlag^aase Free
SJtSrJ Uln.irsfloBi I'roinl?ed~Whet
fin? Urea ArrAmolUhed.
The Hr? Departraeal Is now through
ly In ?hav* tor the fall nnd. w'rrrer sen
POa. Th? h<ro ha? all b>*en tested to
M pound? pr???ure, and where It would
not stir, i ws? reared and replaced by
aew pip*- ' r,P*'rt ri*-'?"*'1" ot tne
flepartment. Mr. N. W. Bailey, hns rut
elj the < ' " ; '?''Ue th0
<- s ?o arranged his horse? that*
all Ifl ns cornil'?? SB the cornm!*
know ho??- to make it and the :
only ?.s-v-it ? ni ?intend. Bt 1 h
im*.'*. !? i
It baa been a dull summer in the fire*
bvfllneB?. but a busy winter Is SX]
fsong furloughs are n?-w rsdaoed tO live
tJay?, and ti.o chief ?Saglneer has s'gn?-d
ever IS bunding permita since he
BBS bad COntl number one
for a raamraootl building fur the new
dry-dock nt the bead < * the cr?<k, fc
cured by the, ?hi;.-l ?JlMlnt company Ju.*?t
? . I with i-vei >v, and the
i placed In eomnils
sion ti?e t on Church
nt svlth new
iios?, and l,,uid?*sl o\, r to the. Holic?* 1k
r?ifrtBi'),f J ' >' . will expend aev
;-rn! tl. I ;nf> the
rteui? ?t le
t ill ??n Mori
lay next visit tn- new Theological a mi
able Inform?t!? n to 1! Ige SJ
to wh it to do In c " sa iy
.- r it is
raeessary to connect with oui I
-i.ii'h tratera <r i ?. and
3? win of cent*
fer the '
Ion of I
TH!'. FALL INSPBCrriQN.
Bill pTi I abOttl the 9th <?f
ffaveaober. The programme ? i'.i I
nterestlug, and will COntalfl
at? nd -i t ? Fhow
how the tires are pat oui aad
* thiir way into
lurnlng ! N > prlatsd Invitationi
?rill be issued, but th.- conununltj In gen?
rial will bo lrivit? :
' |n, to at t way
ind ptvrent ac? It will be
lomo display, and - I u l ar.- quite
nire that n i??ii ' ive the appr?
if ev.r.-. i chlel Puller, at
'hi, .' ?-"h ut "J'ii??ru? -
on, m range sil ti." details
Ilia? llnu.li? s la Weil M*\ Wilson.
J inle 17 '.
0 Mr. R B ttei \\ ?n, on I
huiili, | ird to with nni' ii
,n, Jud| i county,
m 1 has ?resided It
. lined a lio.--?
1 arming mam
Mr. Vi. | of this Btl
'ii of manager of W.
f honor win l?e Mlaa J? nni.
1 ?i??", and Mr.
'. l-;. v> brother of the groom,
? i i i
" Mi Richard !..
tale, ? . i m*- on. Thomas Qard?
i.r, i:i I ard n. Tayl ir,*and C T. \ an*
Baal lli.-liiiK.ini Note?.
she was thought
d Frl lay
.nd there la ? bar n
ov. i y.
Tb? rae? ting at Net : oantln?
?la, and mu I
"roui-h, ?,f Qo hiand county, who hav?
,nd 1ml ?,
Mia. Whit? , ft hi-1 W( ? '. I ?
heir home, :
Rev. y ,,, oca a nro
rarted m< I t?. | ., near here,
n -Sunday, U
lUehmond: Horn. Company to
L L Buntt S) feet oa Is Csrj
M_**A 40 feet eai-t of Kar.i.'oipri. )
W and wlfa to Isabella F,
I? i?.et ?until of Raker, |1.4"?.
anus ij.-hui'.i trttatee to D. M. V
ti ?-id?* M,.?,re street,
rest of Han
Eilaaheth J. Wlnn's trustee to I
). r> .m.;-n. is feel n
sfkth *ii" i. 'ii-i ^ ut?i el o. I
Ht'tirii?, ' H. rmana and i
ieiiry Joseph, II aeree oa Deri
i?, low Blchmon i
St. Mar*'a .iiiiuul M.etlne;.
" '. Bt, Mai.?
?asial B, Id 'lu,
lay niiiht. the u?!i knetant, at St. Mar)
4i.il. Beside? the ?election of ?.Hirers to
n-rv? fur tho ensuing year, the retiring
will Bubmlt their anatisl ;
Cveiy member of the unlorl !? required
o r>? present ?t thi.-*
Tin? arrangeraantt for the annual fall
?Suatoa "f tii?! union, which Ih to I.- !,.
t th. i-i i', ol Mr. CI tlddi ndoi f,
n Chsaterfleld county, on the nth us
lent, are | iv. ard
he committee In chsrg? all wo,,
itt-iid u m< ' i ' '**e.
St. l.vo'% Club l?i Mrrt.
Th?? regular m??rithl) nTcetlng of Ft.
?"'*, Cathoile Club will bf bald to-asor?
i of special lm?
\s,?l come up h? f ?i?' the thee-tlng.
r.d the . ire exj l to att nd
After the meeting
.';! t?e a ?rvamophon? entertsln
Mr?. Kuth Berkely, Salina, Kan.
aaya: "One of dit grandchtldret
hail a ?? i-t* re case of Scrofula, whlc?
spread and formed sores all ove?
her body. Her eyes were attaclrad
and vo feared she would lose htm
sight. Thfi bent nhysioians %rti*iei
her, but the grew worse, arad h??
ex?<? ?s^tned hopeless. Wo then de*
cii??*d to try bwift's gpeciflc, ano
that ni?-*diciti?> at once imado a eopj?
I>l?*t? cure, ?he has iktver had t
tign of tliedit^atator.'turn.''
(Hwift't Sj^itlc) is gtiamt??ad^?tirrT|
*m?(table, and w ill curt* any blr-ud diaeatt
tt mattt*r? not how obevtnaia or de?ap
au?d the case. Valuable books tew
by Bwlft eciflo Oo.. AtUau, Oa
is the best remedy that I know
^** of for -^*.
Rev. J. K. CHASE,
South Hampton, N. IL
HALF-SIZE BOTTLE.*?, 50c. SA**
A BAD IIOY?'TWAS PITY.
?Mrnniio Inet?iss of Inrorrl?!l?im*r
In th*? Police Court?Other Cane?.
A curious case of "Poor Dick, had Dick,
our wayward s"n," came up in the Police
f'ourt yci-t'-rdny morning, when Norvcll
Les HLkok, the S-year-old son of .Mr. R.
kok, was Wore Justice Cnitch
fi?ld. and his parents asked for him to
to the reformatory, snyhig that
beyond their oonttol.
Tin y repreeented him 09 truly bad.
Tli,? i.i'f.r f ?id li?* WSJ self-willed, and
In 1,1 caking all the
? to his parcnl . 9
I In hla disobedience; would stay
11 hool. had a tendency to pick
up things that did not belong to him, and
was erlmlnally mischievous.
ijl fait tant tlosaat attention ani
Stronger restriction?? should be |JBBBd
than ?-"tl.l he In their home life.
ojolta fuU of ' i-' itatora
at the time, and ihis Statement from a
I about a mere infant created as
imoBg all. Ai*-1''. etumeted by
It Mr. CarltoB McCarthy, who was pres
r-tit. asked permlasloB to ma!.??
ment ai t the ' BBSs He said:
!ve that the ji? "fie of
Richmond or Virginia will Justify any
B asndlng to the reformatory a
ant, and thereby place a stigma
?pon lili BBBM and a M"t unon his fu
tusa hla parenta were
unable to szert tha Inflooncs that they
If this boy v.. trsntsd with
1 la? 1 itiitt should emanate fr.uu
1 1 trouble 1 W"
I name of ths UlteUlgence, lii
-, of tha peon?a of Vlr
. g auch a ahameful out
1 *.? < it? sending a an Iba n -
This t-eemed to be the renllment of
lustlos Crutehfleld, OomnwBWssJth'B-At?
I ardson, ami all In tha room.
1 Crutehfleld Batid that ha was ofun
o \ 1 v perplexing poaltlona concerning
. r this kind. Hla aymoathlea wera
arlth tha boya, and ha hid t.? de
11 this und ths oplaioo Of
Keith?t, to whom the IstSTSSt
child - I I
' ? ninioiiw.-altirs-.Mt'iMii y Ri hardson
thai tha reformatory area aome*
what of a penal Institution, snd thai a
Mi,: o? " over
; that r,ith<-r than bava a boy aenl
to that pi m a 1 arent : hould d a tha
ji"i--r moda of punlabm? at.
Mr. Hlckoh .-..i'l that ha had punished
liim aaverely, and thai aven now stripes
visible on hla back as tha result
if blows 11 bad been tied ??i his room,
In bed, fastened in a dark closet,
r.-d .?H bread and water, Lut nothing
let med I
Mr. Richardson auggssted that kind?
Plight have a diff? rent 1 alt
"l have treated him kindly," replied Mr.
RHckok, "but it baa only a temporary
Sect. Ha forrgeta it in a moment and
it ob iiis bad waya again."
.Mis. Hlckoh aald aha loved him better
I..111 ! and dl.l not know what
posa yon take him home again
ml glvs him another tiial,"
' Wt hnvi M?d him so often." she re
ilied, ".nul he has dlB0bay?-.l 11
liat we feel discouraged, and have given
IP all hope."
"Don't say that," paid the Justico, "a
should never give up hope." And
with them he sent the lad, ?fter
?leading with him to be good and obey
renta in everything they bade him
ty as he oould.
Tuatlee JOha then went on with the recr
iiar docket? which embraced a Bumber
if small cases.
i a " ' ase of robbing a Chesapeake
'ii.I Ohio car of corn, ?.gainst Henry
Danford, Clarence Morris, on?i Ceorge
'-, three white boys, Daaford and
:e Bsatenced to the reforma
ory for a term of three yeara and Mor?
is was turned ov? r t ? liis mother.
lames Spencer (colored) wsa alleged to
lave li? aten, kicked, and thrown rocks
it Mary Johnson, und was. lined Ut and
William Smith (. olorc,!) cave Julia
?Yilliams a beating, and was lik
?le ?l US and 1 "Sis.
Alex BraloS was fined 15 for being
irunk In ci. ippia'a bar-room.
BltTaHLAHD SPRlXf.s SEWS NOTI.S.
IV? ?in111! 11111I llllur I (?ihn of Interest
H a.Ill 111?' lleiirit'll \lllllt;a-.
Mrs. Thornley and baby daughter are
much laaproved, after a severe n
Mrs. Kate Lot Hcaiulcrk has returned
!i"iu h'-r old home, in Amelia, \\i.
Hi? ?u miner.
Mr. Woodruff is bull-ling a tillo on his
faun Low tide.
Mi*. Joe LslntOB is running1 his factory
m Mancheater, und next wsek will move
ills family over the river,
.Mis. Jamea Dudley has recovered from
lnr annual attack of hay-fever.
Misa Julia Read is still suffering some
. h i!"iu a fractured thigh, but
. to be down stairs boon.
Mr. Danaey will occupy the house to
I- vacated by Mrs. Liiiton.
.Mr. and Mis. George Olmstead, from
Boston, BIS visiting Mrs. Dan. Smith.
There la a protracted meeting going on
a Newbridge church.
Mr. woodman, formerly of PlalnSeld,
N 11., la gelling his eottags, Louisiana
Loo. in BBS shape.
Miss MatheWS, of Cedar Lawn, will
BhorUy for <a?..i. hiai.d, where aba is
OBS of the attendants in a brilliant
?redding on the ?"in of Oils month.
The Literary and Musical AaaoclaHon
?di meet next Thursday night to an
for the coming season. There wtU be no
Mr. N. B. I'.ihl, who has been residing
?nil bis sister hers lar some tima, has
purchased a house in beautiful Montrons,
?lui?- he will, on the loth of November,
1 1 v ii ase a brida?
Mr. William Matthew?, a colonel in the
Confederate army, and a scholarly gen
ii mau of the old regime, has left us
in 1 < -,.;. C-r a Un;.- with B al'-arly-be
bved waul, Mr. Gun I?oyd, with whom he
return.?I, after u brief visit here. Mr.
Matthews was al on? time champion
; I u i-r of Virgin a.
Mr. JerOW has qas -ly completed his
?liage, which Will be one of the prettiest
in the ?cpiings.
Miss Helen Dickinson has forty-flv?
scholars, and from pr?vient Indications as
many more are coming ?lowly on. We
must have another scho?il-house and an
?issUtant for Mis? Dickinson.
A Pair of lleaatlful Gate?.
Messrs. Asa Snyder A Co., of this city,
llave Just coiiipl'-ted a pair of beautiful
?vrought-lron nates for use upon th? B.
B. French estate, at Hot Springe. The
?ates, which are In the puro Colonial
were designed by Captain Kdgerton
Rogers. Th? fact of a wealthy New
tug to Rivhmoml for thl? class
nt work reflects credit upon th? artist
?.lid artisan who ex?}cuted the work, as
??ill as upon the city. j
Misses Annie and Rebeeca Gordon, of
No. an north l_urel street, who have been
?pending the |??t ten weeks in the moun
tain? of North Carolina, have returned
WI'.nni-lD AT I'l.VMOl'TII.
[lev. .Mr. Snead ?n?l Ml?? Spencer
I ii ?I.-.I With Heaullfnl CVreiii.? .? .
UTTI.K VlAMDl'TH, VA., October 8
Special.)?On Wednesday last one of the
?rettlest mirrlnpes of the season took
?laco at Olivet church. Klnf* and Queen
ounty, the contracting parties being Miss
Aie R. Spender and K-v. W. T. Bat ad.
The Church, which was denselv packed
vlth friends of the popular couple Ions
?efore the appointed hour, was heautlfol
-.- and . lahorataty d?*r?irated with golden
od and ferns. The effect under the sub
it of many candles was very lm
Promptly at 3 P. M. the bridal party
ntered the church, to the strains of
deadelssohn's wedding march, beautiful
y rendered by Mis? I>ucy Yates Faunt
eroy. Mastef- Howard Snead drew aside
ho ribbons, and two groomsmen proceed
d up the aisle, and, separating, took
heir places on either side of the pulpit,
aolng one another. The bridesmaids fol
owed in a similar mann?-r. These at
ndants ??.r?- Messrs. Willie iUvans and
iobert W. Spencer, Misses Klizab.-th
Todd Faruntleroy and Mamie Snead, Mr.
Thomas I!. Spencer and Dr. Claybrooke
? "auntleroy, Misses Rosalie liland and
Elizabeth Snead, Meesrs. Dunbar Spen
:er snd Mad Pdand, and Misses Alice
-.van? and Kvelyn Ryland. Hy this time
he bride entered, leaning on the arm of
1er father, preceded by two dainty little
lower-Kiils?Misses Matty Snencer and
Jarnett Basas. Sha wna met before tha
iltar by tho Broom, who advanced up tlu
?pposlte alts!? with his brother, Mr.
."hark-*, (t. Snead.
The ceremony waa performed by Rev.
I. W. Ryland, of CThurch View, ass!?ted
?y Rev. HiiKh Martin, of West Point.
The bride Is a daughter of Captain R.
H. 6penc?T, of King and Queen county.
-lin is a young lady of great popularity,
in?! I? widely esteemed.
Tha groom, s well-knirwn young minl?
er of the Protestant Episcopal church,
s a native ef Lancaster county, and is
it preaent engaged In mission work In
levada. The brida wsa becomingly at
Ired In a gown of brown cloth, and car
'i'-'i a bouquet of white roses ard maid?
nhulr fern. The bridesmaid? wore
.vhlte organdie, and carried white cosmos
Mr. and ?1rs. Snead left Immediately
*-- L?u!.?.n,.r? T??w.v ?rill at?.-.?.? i?,/, Prn.
testant Episcopal Convention In \\ i -'.
bagman, and visit CMcago and the Omaha
F.xi'ositi.u., ni route for their futuru
home, In Da La Mar, He*/.
Idead ?'? A <.????.l Old Age?On l.ir
FINCASTM-7. VA., (?etober R -(Special.)
Mr. Pater Roueman, the venerable fath-r
of Mr. Lewis Housman, Jr., of this place,]
died at his home in Carroll county, Va.,
oa the 6th Instant, in the ?-d year of his
age. His remains, wore brought to Fin
castle on the 7th. and now rest by the
?ido of his beloved companion, whu hi 1
already gone to h?-r final reward.
Tho deceased .\ is a native, and for a
long time resident, of Botetourt county.
The Brat years of his llf?? were given to
tho farm. But about the year 1!>7!0 he
Want to the present site cm which the
town of Jackson is built, and putting up
a few houses for business and dwelling
purposes, he called ?iis little village Jack
Bon, after the old general and president,
of whom he was a great admirer. The
plan- has been known by that name lur
nearly Beventy yearn, but only a few
know thai H perpetuates the memory of
an humblo Christian man. loved and hon
oied by all who knew him In life.
Judge W. B. Slaimons recarivod a tele
gram Friday evening, giving tin*- sad in
formation that his son, James Simmons,
was critically ill with typtioid-fever In
tho camp at Jarks.mville. The Judge]
atarted the same night, and will reai Ii the
bedside of his sun this evening.
The following Flncastle boy? from Camp
Cuba labro, Jacksonville, are at home on
furlough: Frank O. Dogget. sergeant
Company F, Fourth Virginia; Tilden Una*
merman, Company F, Fourth Vlrgiula;
William Breekenridge, Comrany F,
Fourth Virginia; J. C. Brown. Cmr.iny
F, S?scond Virginia; F. D. Strother. Com
pany F. Second Virginia; C. W. Godwin,
Twelfth New York.
Tbst Joyfal Feeliaa.
with the exhilarating aenr*- of renewed
health and etrength and lnt-srn.il cleanli
ness, which follow? the use of Syrup of
Fig?, 1? unknown to the few who have
not progressed beyond the old-time medi
cines and the cheap Bubetltutea Borosttlme?
offered, but never accepted by the well
informed. Buy the genuine. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Symp com
IHTEBBSTnta SKR VU K
At ? lii-M Church, Aleiundrla? Ad
ilrr??? s la. III-lui ?.i..
ALEXANDRIA, VA, ?October 8? (Spe
cial.)? Old Christ church here was the
scene of an interesting impromptu ser
vice to-day, tendered the Women's Aux
iliary of the BpiSOSpsJ G"neral Conven
tion of the United States, by the Virginia
Auxiliary. The old church and grounds
were alive with WSll?drsSBSd people from
all ov? r the country, and at 11 o'clock,
With the Church choir reinforce.l by other
Alexandria choir peuple, and many Splen
?Jl.i Btagera from elsewhere, Bishop .?.i.
BOB began the s?-rvi. -. Then came ad
s, mostly on missiouarv work, by
BfsbOgS Graves, of China; McKim, ?<r
Japan; whippi?-. of Minnesota, and
Rroome, of Oklahoma. After the ser
vices the local bruonh of the Virginia
Auxiliary invited their guests over Into
Odd-Fellows' Hall, where luncheon was
spread. A large number of Episcopalians
went to the seminary to hear the Bel?
nicker lecture by Bishop Doane, and in
spect the place generally. Several bishops j
preach here to-morr??w.
When the Al.xandrla soldiers boar?;- I
tho train for Richmond this morning
General Lee appeared, and there was a
THE DaSAHAFOUTAH? A'JAI!?*.
< i? iii|uiIk n ? at? ml II.-?-? Mr. Joseph
llryaii, of \ trsjtlnlt?, a, Member.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND., October. S.-Mr.
George Foster Peabody, chairman of the
"National" Democratic Committee, has
appointed the following Executive Com
mittee, who will have charge of the work
during the present campaign:
John C. Bullitt, of Pennsylvania; XV. B.
Hal.l. num. of Kentucky; Joseph Bryan. |
of Virginia; J, P. Frentell, of Indiana;
L. C. Krauth.-ff. of Missouri; W. H. Shel
by, of Michigan; J. M. Falkner, of Ala
bama; L. M. Martin, of Iowa: J. J. Valen
tine, of California; Oordon Woodhury,
of New Hampshire; George Foster Ptra
body, of New York.
Wua a, Frlentt (o the Poor.
RONCEVERTB. W. VA., October 1
(Speclal.)?Mr. Johnston? Bell, one of the
Oldest and most respected citisens of
Ireenbrler county, died at Iil.-s home, In
awlaburg, yestertlay. He had been con
ii.-.1 to Ins bad less than a week, suffer
ng no pain, but getting weakc-r each ?1 ly,
111 he passed away. He was th?* oldest
aerehant In the oounty an?! was vary
?.??i-to-.io. Be win be
n tha Presbyterian church, of Wbteh he
ras an elder, and among th?' poor. !i a-,
inostentatlous way bS was a friend to in.
leedy. Hia ago was b2 years.
IF.VF.NTIl SP.*s'VTOltlAL IHSTIllCT. ?
rime and l'lare f?,r Holding Con
?? i.i ion N.iin.-il.
STAT'NT?>.\\ VA., October 8.-(SpeHal.) I
riie Seventh District Democratic ?*>na- ;
orlal Committee met here last night,
continuing Its Session to a late hour. '
^ounty chairmen of every county, ?ave j
?ot.-tourt, which waa rsgrossntod by j
;?ruxy, were prenant, a*? W< IS Mat.--chair-1
man J. Taylor Ellyson and Jo-.
-, ph Button. Clifton Forge, and October
14th, were selected? as the place and time
for holding a convention to name a can
Jidatc for the Senate, to til! the vacancy
lauseil by the resignation of Judge I>>t<-li
f-r. Tho delegates here last night gfs
*iiss?d the congressional outlook and to?.'.?,
step? to further Judge Quartes'?, election.
Captain George D. Wise, who ha? been
on a viait to the Paciil?; coast, has i?>
lurned to the city. He Is very enthusias
tic over the remarkable development of
!he material resources of tho western
Catarrh * imii.ti 11? tared
Alth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
annot reerh the ?eat of the disease. Ca
tarrh is a bio???! or constitutional disease,
ml In order to eure it you must take Inter- !
?al remedie?. Hall'? Catarrh Cure 1? taken
utetn.ill?. and act? directly on the blood
ind raucous ?urface?. Hall's Catarrh
are i? not a quack medicine. It wa? pre
acrlbed by one of the be?t physicians
ii this country for year?, em) Is a r?g*u- '
ar prescription- It la composed of the
lest tonics known, combined with th?,
>e?t blood purifiera, acting directly on lbs
7.IUCOU? ?urfacea. Th? perfect combina-1
ton of the two Ingredient? la what pro- '
luces such wonderful results in curing
atarrh. Send for testimonial?, fi
F. J. CHBKCT A < .)..
Proprietor?, Toledo, O.
Sold by d?nia*triet?. price 7Sc.
Hall's family Pill? are the best.
M.i?ia? ni Hi?- t ,ilh??ilriil.
I I :
ig at th.j Cuth- di I '
?ithony Ball Btng at :.
rvy's "Av..- M.
,t 4 p. M. music .1 v. ?per? will 1
hiding "Salve Reg. i" fH
itarts" ? ;. Ui. .
. llalloran; "T.intum I
?t for contralto and
lastln Rafferty mil .
s servi.-.- there win be a t .
n of th?? H? .y Roa U y.
With a Nickel
can safely he sent to u*? fot
anything kept hy a hij^h
class, well managed drag
store and get precisely whtt
was sent for and at as low a
price as could its father or
mother. We want the child
ren's trade and your traile
and believe that our present
service, quality of goods an.l
prices merit it ?s
jL'of as ////your proscriptions
T. A, MILLER.
Broad St. Pharmacy, 519 E. Broad SU,
Branch Uader Jefferion Hotel
RIOHNIOND, m VIRGINIA,
c P?MBERTON, CORDES a
Ix THE NEWJTORE. '
I Fall fi mis ils in our NEW 5T0RE with full stocks of everything a progressive and public-]
T serving store should have, and all at prices that argue the improbability, if not the impossibility, of your '
9 being able to duplicate the values elsewhere. The racks, ?shelves, and counters, loaded down with the ?
t season's NEWEST AND BEST, bear the ?strongest evidence of our months of activity in the whole <
sale markets, as well as of the judgment and knowledge of our buyers. The lowness of the prices !
t is a tangible proof of our system of early cash buying. We mention below a few of the many GOOD
I THINGS we have to offer you this week:
\ Novelty Silks.
A more comprehensivo or complete
j on i- ?ortment has never been offered
tli?) Hl'hriiond public to select from.
f The values aro the best, the Driooa
| lbs lowest.
I Plaid Silks,
I 'entirely new off?cits, bright new,
and rich Colorings, Lxtra values at
ML UM and Jl.5u.
Btriklngly new, the aendon'i decided
novelty, U, UM and UM.
Ombre Barre Taffetas,
decidedly r.-w in a full line of
lor combinations, UM and
Striped and Fancy
Medium and Dark colors, very de
airable for waists : ad dresses. T5c,
U, $i U, and il .'.<.'.
I light, Medium, and Dark colors,
f..r atreet, evening, and dina ir sowns,
Plain and Two-Toned
\-i Immsn a assortment; all colors
a;,?i abades. Decidedly good values,
70 and He.
A decided novelty, full line of colors,
* exclusive patterns, }2.'2?.
24 inches wide, high lustre, extra
Wl ii?-lit ami finish. Tho usual S1.35
quality, special at $i.
22 Inches wide, an excellent wearer,
considered a "bargain at 11.2;?; special
Immense line of all tho new fall
. extra values at Jl, UM i; "
No house cnrrles so completo an as
sortment as our?. Our afin is to give
our patrons tho best washing ?nd
wearing garment.?, at the least possi
i i.j pria s.
?ii.-iv CottOB Fleece.Line 1 Shir??.,
Pants and Drawers, nicely made, wln
ter weight, BU sl/t-s; a regular 37 l-2c.
*> due, fp?-i irii at loo.
S Kern Cotton Fleece-T.ined Vests nnd
Pants, winter vrejght, all Bises. Regn*
lar value, IOC.' Bpedal at Uo.
P Fine and loft Australian Wool Shirts
sa and Drawers, a regular J1.2?? value,
i special at Jl.
f Wo aro agents for Dr. Jaegar's "-.inl
L tary Woollen Underwear, and carry at
f all times a complete assortment in all
a VSlghtS and SUM ...
t-w-s, -*-#-*- --# <
In all-wool, wool and mohair, and
silk and wool, exclusive patterns. II,
JI...0, MM, %\ UM, $3, 1Mb; MM, $3 75,
at every prl unapproachable val
42 Inches Wide. 50c.
5?) Inch??, wide, 77. M, *7 I-?.*, ?nd 11.
Extra beery, I17C, $2, and $2.50.
recomrn.-n 1? <1 net to ?pot or shrink.
Ask to SOS It.
cx'ra Weight and finish, especially
-ood value?, Jl.2.7, 11.50, and $2.50.
a rery net ?raid,. faTearle, at Me., Ii.
Wool and Hohair
New pattern?, elegant wearers, 50,
SB, ;;,, k.-,,-.. J). Jl M, MAA, MM, and 12.
extra widths and raluee, so, tt., 85c.,
|1, and $!.. '
Una] ; values, 6", 66, 7.1c.,
Priestley's Silk Warp
Full a*-?rtment of all qualities,
$1.121-2 to ft
Priestley's Silk Warp Veilings, Jl to
?ilk Vc-U'ries, $2.00 to $4.50.
EXtra Values, $o to $16.
Foil h'ilver-Tnmii.?-1 I.,?lies' Pocket?
1 . all the newest shad. ', an un
usually g-ood valu? at $1.
IadM B I Be. a!, Kxtra-Kull |
Trltiini' d ?.'??niliiriati.jn Purse and*
C ird-i 'a?, s, all colors, an extra |
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Card-Cases, Purses, rocket- and util
atookS, ail Bises, shapes, and -
plain or :iliiiiii"?l; prices range barn
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Fun Buhner T: miming?, in Baal,
Pigskin, and Celt, extra ?pecdal
values at MM, MM, P.50, $77, $7, $1?),
A most lll.er.il assortment of the
season's newest and most popular
weaves and fabrica In a complete
assortment Of every new fall shading.
entirely new affects, plSSStng patterns
and ' olorings, ?oc.
entirely new and very desirable, 54>e.
Scotch and Kmyllsh Tweeds In all the
BSW medium and dark shadings, Jt,
11.15, Jl._, and Jl 36.
l<-Kant wearers and very popular,
U, Ji i5, UM a'"J u.yo.
the IBS BOB'S mosf popular fabrh*, ex
tra width and value, Jl.
a most serviceable fabric, gl.15. $1.25,
extra valu-s. B\ 73c, 85c, and Jl.
full line ?if BSW colorings, ftc.
An Immense assortment at every price,
Jl, UM UM a"d UM
For This Week's Sale.
Extra specials that for their de
cided price advantages should appeal
to srery housekeeper,
UuM LlnSB Hock Towels, extra
, fringed and ii'inmod, a rtftt?
lar J2 valu?:, UM dont n.
Bx41 Bxtrn-Lnrge and Heavy I.lneri
II leh Towels, B regular J2.50 value, J2
22x12 H. B. ?Strictly All-LlBSB HUck
Toareis, im?- and soft, coasldsred a
good vnltie at Jl a dOBSn, for th!?
\S'-.k'.s sale, J?i a ?tOMB.
sjf-lneh Kxtia-II- ivy Strictly AU
Llnea Scotch Table. Damasks, entirely
nom patterns, the UM quality, for this
areek'a tale, Ji.
h. s Boond-Thrend strictly ah
LslBea Sheets, siz? 21-2x23-4 yards, a
IT J?j value, for thhj WSSk*l sale,
UM pair. j
11 lliw All-BristlS Ilalr-Bnifhes,
i' 1 r Jl value, BpSOln] at He,
?'tibe I'ins, large size. 5,-.
Steel Potato*?] Halr-Pins, 2--. paper.
Size We lla.r-I'ins,
Celluloid Bach Hair Finishes, MM,
1 side and Pompadour Combs,
I Shell Tuck Combs, $1 each.
\ . r?,-?- and complete line of r??.il
and Imitation SIn-11 Hair Comba and
Ornamsnts only the very
Priesa range from DOc. to J2U
Our stock of thesa ?roods, from ?
thoroughly fashionable st.indp ?int an?
for value? offered, Is unsurpassall?1
The greatest attention has been glvei
by our buyer in selecting these goods
to give our patrons the largest am
most varied stock, at the loi
Price., range from $10 to $30.
Jackets and Capes
for fall and winter wear, c.irefullj
tailored garments, thoroughly rlgh?
In every particular, at pri?e? to anil
An especially attractive a^.-rtment
II the newest Ideas In plain,
cent, and plat,1 faff. fas. Prices rsng.
from $5 to MS,
Our Art Department Is the onlj
thoroughly completo department ol
thl? kind in Richmond. All the neces
sary art materials, are at all times t<
be found here.
Battenburg Lace Centre?
ranging in size from IS to 36 Inches
$2 to $7.
Battenbr-rg I.ace f?,*arf<?. entirely new
patteras, f.l and 72 Inches long, $"
to $12 Iach.
Canvas and Linen Sofa Pillow Covers
thl newest and latest designs, 60c
Commenced piece? of these Cushion!
on exhibition, so as to give idea oi
new stitch?-? and color?.
We also cany at all times a full as
Kart ment of Embroidering Mat-ji'lal?
Einen. Flosses, and Threads,
Gold Embroidery Threads.
Embroidery Cottons and Silks,
,1, v.,! I, Spangles, etc,
Nottttghan I.t'-e f'irtatns, new
patterns, $1 IB $5 per pair.
Irish Point Curtains.
Immense showing of distinctively new
patterns, ssnacially attractive values.
Cil- s range $5 to $2.7.
e.?],?', ?ally good values; new patterns.
J'n, I i ingS II M to $25.
Brussels Lace Curtains,
entirely new patterns. Prices range
from $?> to 12-7.
exclusive patterns, especially good
value?, $10, $12, $15, anu up to $35.
a most complete assortmant of every
ihat is rllstlactlTsly naw. All
. aast Ideas and patterns In S;!k
and Wool Derby, Tapestry, Velour,
Brocatel le, and Satin l.ama-k. 1'ru s
rani-e from $5 to $t5.
Knrly stvot-cash buying: enable?, og
to offer the public sum? startling
Rlankct values. Th?. price ad?, it ?.
of th????- gooils should ?pi>eal to ??
l'?-4 White Wool B'nnk?t?i. es;v
g'iod values at 11.25, $1.50. J2.50, jr.
n-1 Whit-*. Wno] Blankste
Dim. link, and Yellow and tunden
Bnnmtohnnla value?, jr-, $ * pa, ?-,, ?,
J*?, and J10.
12-1 White Wool Rlankets, unap
proachablo VBltSSS Bt J''?, $7 ">'?. *?* H
li-l strictly A?-wooi Blaaksti laa
and soft, Rad, BUM, I'lnk. si
border, a regular J<;.50 value, .,- *
Solf-evld.-ut v.-iliies at UM *-> |
J5 a pair.]
T'niisua'ly good values at Jl, Jl 25,
UM J2.50. J3.50, J3.75, and J5.
Blanket Bath Robes.
Splendid assortment, full Una of
colors. UM J3.50. *4, B\ UM, BBtj ft,
Ha line ?Oovered ' 'fr,n cv.mfor?? ?t
tr.t good entuna at 7.v., j!. ;
JI.75, and J2.15.
Laminated Cotton Comforts,
lieh? as alder ?down, smna
fortable, sizo 72xM inch's, J! M
J2, and J2 75.
?Silk and Satine- Havel Pal
terns, extra values, Jl. !'*, B\ U. 1
This Is a new department with us.
an?t in order to Introduce It t ?
Richmond pul ' 0 WS ? ri a 11 offer
lm-.P-ssmg values for this B
Funcy llox I'ap'-r, containing 1 ,
of extra quality, with twenty Bi
I to match, ail i.. .?.
colors, special at Uo, box.
"?*.- entry a complete line of Hurd'a
& ."rane's High ??r.-ulo I'
colors and ehaj :
from 5 to Ma ?piiro. All new s
lag wax t.. p.
BtlOki "i", 25.*. box.
Rugs & Druggets?
The thorough . orai
sto<*k of Rugs and Druggets 1?? ??
nlzed by all. Our stock is t
and the value? the b.st ?
ever offered tho Richmond public.
An imiu- I, all a, at
c?I?ecially lOW ;
Foreign and Domestic
Rugs and Druggets.
NOW PStt? rns In Smyt I
n/eltoB ? t0
4\5 yarda, aaarhed at as
price? as to bo of Bpoclal lateroat to
rv.-ry ?>!? *. ? / B?dtS Win-low Bl