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TOEYERVOUT-OF-
SOWN PURCHASER
i£~; OF ONE OF
. OUR NEW
ill III:
DURiI^G CARNIVAL
'■: ■■■■■.." ■■■"■ - : ■■" "■ ■ - ■" - ■ " •■•-•■ :-' ■ ■
WEEK,
living in Virginia or
adjoining States, we
will refund inmonev
amount pa i d for
transportation to and
from Richmond!
ONE BETTER.
We will go you one
better by making. a
special discount on
every: instrument in ::
our large stock.- This
means a great saving
to a "purchaser, and
you should avail
yourself of the oppor
tunity to examinei ne our
large stock, arid pur
chase while you are
here to -make your
own selection *
Of Course You Know
that we are the only
manufacturers of Pi
anos and Organs hav
ing a branch house in
Richmond. In pur
chasing of usyou buy
direct of the maker/
saving all middle
;■ profits and purchas
ing on the most ac
ycommodating terms,
jif^desired. »
■"'::"'/' ';rl.~:; r l.~: ■'■■V^.' •-■-.---■;.-• .:".-. S/"'
The On!y Genuine
Taffdhg Machine.
Lots of fun for lit—
.tie money.; No Re
cords compare- with
; : tlie; Edison.;: :Call at
I our booth and listen
to the wonderfuljn
-;slr.unients; "/--"::.'"
J. G. CORIXV.Mgr.,
213 E. BROAD STREET;
-,r. Headquarters o f
- S« h-eet Music and
Small Musical In
instruments.
(my: t i3»6t)'
KE-'v* I.^,1 .^, - ~.~ ■ ;;■
■L y Carfls, Bill-Heads,"; Statements, ; Ivetter
'-"ijitaiis. Note-Heads, Circulars Handbills
Ws£o& * * ■ -'•'
pDodgeVs," &c printed by the Dispatch'
£&&**&*.*'■': " * • &»S* I ,Bl ? ,Kgf
'-VII^,-.:! 1 :! I U,; v -^l -II l» :-:. *-.*;l« . ■• ■;
(COXTIVUEb PB^IfPAGEvOSTEO
on arrival : , or knights -at 'places . above
mcntioneed. ,••_-. ' • ,
"By/order ofj G. Percy /Hawes, General ■
CoWxnarideJr. i;--v.'.->r^;i":;:v-T.V..---i ;--v.'.-> r^ ; i": ;:v-T. V..---- rw" i : -VK ,
.edwin:h. ; ;lea, .
Attestc: - :' Grand I ; Secretary.-*?:
■■-■■■■ pft^^^T ll^ nr^^ * I ?'* s^^^-*
.Visitors ■ to- tho;; carnival f return ■
homo humming' the', strains of. a' new/air—
tha^Klchmond Carnival Alarcli,": coinposeai
by_i Walter • G. c "\Viimartn; o£ : ; \vastuhston;f
D. C/;' which will l>e" played: at-i in tervaisi
every, i&y- by 'the; various - banas tnat \ will
rnaKQ-the carnival music." . - - '.=
ilr- Wilmarth, the; successlul L competil*
tor .for the "Kichmond Carnival; ilarcn,':; ;
was' born in; Washington, I>.^C, in "■•isea.""
His musical talent .was strongly maniiest.i
even- ;in : .: very Yearly .' years,;:, but ■ ■guided^
by^ parental ' authority,; he ;■ became; ' ' Dy
prbiesslon,. a illustrator.
However,: a strong musical inliuence pre
vailed, xand he: has ; devoted much; of his '
spara . time-; to/comPosHion; lriV'wft'ch "he ,
has: attained much 'success and; ;. approval.;
Tha?"Old Dominion ; Two-Btep,". named in .
honor of the State of 'yirglnia;, has been'
most popular; and successful throughout
MIXTIXG, THE ONLY SPIRAL UMCYCLIST IX THE WORLD. /
ODCOUhe K ~*^ W«J^™««»"W «J^™««»" Be- Given l« tlxe irec ilxow.
tha South, .other pieces which have been t
much liked-are "Hypnotized, Coons," "Mia i
Uttlo Lump-ob Sweetness," and ".Cady : |
brsula," the latter a little . classic de- i
serving to. rank .Trtth the" -worK; or older !
a«u most distinguished composers He-is !
■•m- accomplished violinist, ana his • -er- !
vices are much in deniand'at social runc
:Uon^ With an his .successes an^arUsl
a^.viohnist, and a composer, ne is one or
na c ii^ SS It:m°1 t:m °f c 1 t> ' unassu ™mg men in the '"A
national capital. . . . . ' •
It_ss not. known exactly how many
ba^ds vm be, in attendance h'Jre S^e
:Sn -I ,, k * Uis no l - thou^t\ that there
sain- T^lf
nations, first and last. Those "engaged by
Rni^^fr ■ - of Staun ton;. the' Old Pomt
fw^-,. 6 Ba "d. of this city, and
■.the Citizens- Band, : also of Richmond. The
Stonewall Band is engaged for only three
here°^^f SOfthQ:WeClC - andwill^
nera on the opening day. They v-m b P
S^venm t0 ■P« tIcI ?«« m^e^nc'
pal events of succeeding, days
_ Votes of lite Carnival.
These.shows: have been' closely inspected
by ; two 1 separate ; committees from the
Carnival Association; and pronounSd
to, be exceptionally fine.' ObjectloSe
features .will not be in evidence Shi
! Snt ?6? 6 hS , S ; Su ard ed , against that
point The location: and description of
:the_ V arious : shows .are indicated:.^^
article ; elsewhere the Dispatch this
morMng.sThe.pubJic- will be^teres "d
r?*o the ours : of Performances, and: the
-Prices of admission.. Performances will
be ;.; repeated hourly at all , the various
ftands. ,,To : every show.: save^^^Sn
back- menagerie; on Masonic Temple lot
; theN P rice of : admission will be^^ts'
>Twenty r flve: cents- admission "fee
chargedttp the^mehagerie -- c
Offin-S? \f -^ r and Register of .the Land
Office Pachardsonigranted.permissioniyes;
terday morning to : r the .CarniVa^ssocii :
Cani^ Ve^ the :^WnSn-» chorus^^
fha 4^t-°T The terr ace. in, front of
the. State Library Building, and the steas
thereon,, willbe roped off foKthe^i£ ? of
:thehttle onev and those wishingto^hear
¥ms" wm't n^ cu Py -the OPPOSES
> This will take • place on Thursday "a* t^r s
seems an, almost ."universal -wish that
■terjs. said to -exist in- the "action of the
.board at the time r o£stWtorktow^?CeH?
;tennial, i n ; another .com muni tv^whe^F
:yeSterday,vßic: ye S terday,vßich l nond; S cho\ars
>uere, given- ten; days' holiday- Patron!
; o^the^chools: are .requested {oVuS?S
; infi^ence v withl: thef boards td' secure^S
children- the- additional; day ' >- -.■■•- --3 ne
_The. fonowlng;communicat!on was- ad
; dressed; to i; the; board- yeiterdayV^ ?"
ToUhe^Honorable^SchobU Board of tho
; :cityi :O f -Blchmorid- ~ c
Carnwaie^ssociatlo^ r^
ispecWully^ requestithe f. Schoo^loa^^f
uthe^clty - or Richmbn-i. to ■^hre^thl^hn
v^^^bliclsohoois^twofdafeho }
: Tho, children's chorus on Thuvsclav if
ternopnrwni; begone- of
•b^fe^turesl^theiCarn^Snd^S
-cure^sslargevaniattftdanco^^Sb^
jgreatanc^Uve^ortthlnyS'aUeHa
in full numbers. " tna tbe
Very respectfully,
' ov, , JAliE S ■ D.fpATTOX
. . Chalrm-.n. Finance" Commitleo.
r. w;}coNNTNGHAar^
Vio/ „ „ JOHN S.-HARWOOIj,. i
THE -iIiCHM'ONi) DISPAT GH^'SCfN-^®MS^^^^^^^^
mnouncos to v's loyal :snb£
Ject3:in>hls:;domairiYthatvhe^has|cho3eh'
|th"e|hbnbrable";;inembe¥slD*|h^
|jci^ina'nldsfthat'|thl»yj;sliaU€t^|sreMgn!zed;
fas follows: _ - - : ~ *&&%&
Lord" Hi K h Cardinal-R. Lecky. J^r.
I^ord Mtiyor-Richard \M. Taylor.
■ ' .1 ester— iSdgar S. Freeman. :- : r - >
Royal'Scribe— Hon/S. L. K^lley. ', ,
- -Keeper. 'of C-the? ; 'Jewe.!s— H;"f D: /Klchel
.ibefger.' * " • r - -' *«-';
s;"^Receiver of the -K«-ys— Hon. Julian
l -'..".'Mbunte'dV.Guard*— L. : W. ~\V.
\ /Gray-i JloseJey, *? L.' • C.5 • Youmjor, * F. - . D.
vMeanley.
Foot > --'Gua"rdsVA".t J." Marc'use,:
"Hanvood. ;.,.'.,' - "' '
royal-honor,' and have sworn: : allegiance f
;to .the King. ■ . -
?;V All'? those ./who participate '-. in ilthe -.coro- :
hatibn'.'to-mofrow/ night fare- -requested-: to" :|
beiat^he^uditorium. v byv;6^ o'clock; -This;.
; ihcludes; the; Knights; of the •" Golden". Hbrse^T ;
shoe asCwell -as;bttiers. / .""'-"• / '■■■' ." -
- WHERE WILL REPORT. ;;
- The; directors": of sthe;various5 the; various jbands en- ; ;
gaged ;.by:;thel ßichmond "vA'ssqciatlqn :fbr_;
one ": week-^May 14th\to • 19th ' inclusive-^-are "
requested r to : report/upon" arrivarjn/theu
city to ' Mr. . E. . H. ■'■ Clowes, 713 •= east Main ' :
street,: so :that Ttheir ; ; respective times : for/
playing^triay^be^made: ■ ' ;;? "; „ \-~
-On 'theiafternoon^or.: the floral festlyar
photosraphs of^^, many/of, the- nanasome
equipages "in , tho- Parade will •, be .taken,
and from : these films : will be "made ; Iqr the :
inoyirig-picture machine,;: whlch^ lorms a :
part ; of ;the : Bqstpck : combination; These ;
local views .wilibeprojectedon the screen'
on Friday arid ; ' Saturday?^ ' / ■-."' .////:
Decoration of; Broad; street is .dJstri-/
buted all. along. the thoroughrafe, on bota
sides; Not all -of the big business-houses
havo.- taken- the, pains 'or .the interest: m
the fair to decorate, but a sufficient .num
ber are in gala attire': to. mane- a very nne
ensemble effect' Off Broad street how
ever, the decorated houses are. the excep
tion, rather than . the rule/- Th'a effeoi on
visitors ..would be greatly increased were
the .whole city ; more generally decorated x
It.is .urged upon the people to bepatriotlc'
m this matter, and come out "m colors'
on Monday morning. „ ;
MEETI\G OF COLONIAL BA.MES.
They Have Interesting Session ana
Are Pleasabtly Entertained. .
The monthly meeting, of the Colonial
Dames took place at the residence of Hon.
yyi \v. Henry yesterday ats o'clock Mrs
Herbert A. Claiborne; presiding.. The
ladies present -were; Mesdames Dooley
Lancaster, Dashiell, Hamberlin,-; Morris!
Farland.tHali; Charles :R; tßobins;t Robins; : Patter
r?«n' ■'- Th «™f ?' Rucker - Henry, . Lyons, Har
rison, Perkins. ; Brock, Ellerson^ Gilham.
i^ottier, .Davenport, Drake W - D
Thomas;. McCabe; White, of '.Lexington':
Misses Boykin.. Wellford, G -Pleasants
and Perkins. : -- - , ■ '
delegates to Washington gave a
most .Interesting account of the Congress."
most interesting account of the. congress,
to be erected, at: Arlington, to the soldiers
and;.- sailors in;the,last war, and also to
the monument'to: George .Washington; to
be erected at, Paris. .Fourteen new mem
bers ; were .'elected,- and many ] names read
to.be voted on next; time :• c
1 litG^ ry 3 ature of tlie evening Avas
i P .v?m^ MJss Sue Seddori" Wellford
FnSr - V lst0 "cal ; research and vivid
fil tth . cW '- Bland Harrison /invited
„"• ■ >^h? ; table decorations were red
and white. .Snowballs,-; fringed with red
jI&SiJ
and >the g earn of old : mahogany and old
silyer.,made a^ beautiful /picture* * ° -
E'^ Dames: were Charmed by^he
ISte? of yin S •' ° f Mrs." ;Pergusson; Va
sister, of Mrs. Henry, .who is one of the '
finest.pi a nistsin,the.So u th > .andthe°sini-
psmH
airs.; John; Lyons, and /Mrs -Ferguson 9^
,*^ d cc l d^ to give an entertainment'
on the Ist of June at the : Jefferso n: < Hotel >
The, constitution" .demands thSon^efe
tertainment should [ be; given" a-; vear^jf'
Posslble.,and this rwill^e 'k^^'re
;union of the society.^ -;^. "'
( , Summary of Serviced ■'
: 'oSfhe ? cbn?^ ce — f
■■■■■■■
liiHiilPi
THE .FJVLLEY^GITY;
t<s 5"- sti ?ST. iOcoiialoii— A : ; ; PtcUT,
WeadiEg-Gooa Knlns— Forest Fires
■■■■ n ETulshort~Aiitl-Salooii Lcasnc.
,Per«onal and General TV'o-tci*.
STAUNTOX, VA., May 15.— (Special. )
■ ri ?en ? the Rev. i.T. ; Hullihen* him
:;
■■: :bore , Jeb; Stuart /-woundedV f :rqm~theTbat- ::
- \^ c "A el 4 :':■ at /Yellow^ Tavern;; off ered/;the
( .; ; prayer "last' night,/ ;Toung; Men^sVClirls
• - tian : Association -auditorium ;vras " packed^
; • ; the •; occasion; > being / the /presentation : by,
;
:: Jackson: Camp /of ;-a: picture^of
:• General' John/ Echols;;; of the 1-St6new^ir
.: /Brigade. ,!,-.;.Cap taln^fJaines /Bumgardner
• i maae : the - presenting ;• speech"; ; -. wherein he
, .flandsomely.narratedvthV soldier j'side^df:
-•General;;jEchols's/life? /. //" -: /:
■ v , LL r The '^P?4i lti ng .was;:shoW/:when>;Miss
. Aiary/Virgmian yMay;'% a- 1 pretty cousin of
: Mrs.' Edward Echols; drew.froraUhe : po'r-'
'fv ,- /; ™-'^. env ce lopingr."1 opingr." -veil. -tf. lrvine/ ' the
■ Louisville portrait ( painter.^was Vthen '< seen
v to.h.ave^had^happy/inspiratibrisih^cotf
: : cening ■ and - exe"cutin°- - : ■ !; - - - ' ■
Captain^ Hugh • M.: Mcllhahy/fcainp^om-'
£ ;™f nAe^^nvreceivlngcthe;picturerin'"theVn A e^^nvreceivlngcthe;picturerin'"theV
: zjowag Men's .Christian : Association, BPoke
; of v General^ Ech'ols's^geherosity Ho)! : -. the
I Association when
ff" Ye: i tS hui^^S fund 5500,' and liberally
; continued, to^contribute: thereto annually^
, Inspector-General TAC-Mortoni spoke ;in ;
vein of personal -reminiscence t of General
•;•; Echols. "/ Mrs. v William^ L./Bumgardner
sweetly/ sang :"Furl / That /Banner." .-- set
, to. music, and/Mrs:- John A;r ; Alexander,
ln_ ; her... recitation,. Really .adorned /-Tom
Pages story; of the Confederate"/ soldier-;
, .as^air/ Page;^rrltes itin "Meh Lady." /
i Thursday^tdl- Baltimore/; -where she Js
visiting her son,, Mr. T' Peyton; Brown: v?
i .Mrs. S.- Brown Alien/, who: forvseveral
weeks; has been in Newport- News visit-
son, /Mr. Frederick: Allen,- is here
;. ?at :homs/again;>/T-i^L;v^r -J\r.: ;•;;:-.; •-.;.' /-■ ;,
'w^il^' Mr " Scherertof: Marion; will
Pleach to-morrow at St;:' John's Lutheran
church.:. ; ;: //' ..-;.■■.'- ~~ : r'y .- -. -...■; ■ ;■;---%,; -y. E v-
- ; 4? n +i 6^^,P r etty beddings of thexweeite'
- was that of Miss Bessie.Whitlock.-daugh
•; • ter :of Mr. and Mrs. Johnl C.: Whitlock;
: whp^ was married to Mr. Charles"- CUne
dinst. .The ceremony was performed =at
I noon : at^the ■, home of the [ bride's" parents : .
on Sear's Hill;: by the- Rev. J.m:-Wells'
pastor.of the Second : Presbyterian church'
| Miss- IVora Whitlockr ; : the -bride's" sister^
' was^maid of- honor,- : and' the- • groom's
•brother, Mr. - Cecil.; Clinedins t; ,' was - best ■
. man. - An elegant -luncheon- was : served
cT >> , c cer6 mony, and - then Mr. "arid"
Mrsj Clinedinstwent West over the Ches
apeake and Ohio~route for their honey
moon. ; / . - -. / V •*
Recent, rains have been doubly : wel
: corned in :Augustar for, besides ; making
; the. pastures, green. ..the showers have'
served, to •„ extinguish/- the ■> forest //fires;
I winch .had been raging east in': the- Blue
Ridge, .and west; on -- North: .Mountain
range. - About : Sangersville ' the . flames
i ; swept down: the mountain slopes.so close"
to farm houses as to make ' the . occupdnts
uneasy.; For several *. days the/smoke
clouded the skies, in the fdee of thestrug
. gang,, and -the air was pungent-withy the
.spring odor, of garden /preparation "'
- ' Miss Ann. Mozell ; Fauntleroy, who has
. a position ;in. the- Patent office ; at :^W:aih-
: .mgton,-.is ; here /making Vher accustomed 1
: visit to her:mother;'Mrs: A./M./Fauritle
■ roy, on v/est Frederick street • - -
■ Dr. Stuart McGuire, of r ßichmon d > was
in town this week,/, being] summoned to
Perform a critical operation .in surgery
on a lady patient. - - .
, • Judge' XL: Kirby; of : Newport News
is in- .town, the guest -of his kinsman,
; Captam. W. -H: Kable. ;^' Judge:-Kirby
formerly- a> member of ;.the':staunton -bar'
: ; is attending the Circuit. Court, the spring
term ,of which, convened; this r week 'with'
Judge S.'H.-.Letcher on the bench" :■:"
■ •■•;- T H?. :i Trinit y; branch: of /the: Woman's
[ .Auxiliary, has. chosen Mrs.. McHenry Hol-
V *w * X<: aS itS .-'■ Relegate to the Council; of
; the Diocese of Southern Virginia, which i
, meets .the ;last ;,week :in May at Lynchi
;burg. Major Thomas C. Elder goes ""- as:
Trinity .church's delegate,: and Dr Ben
jamin- Blackford is- the: alternate.
Cards are received : ;here- announcing 'the
marriage in New York ' of ; Dr. W. Bald- :
win. Wayt. a prominent young Staunton
ian, now, house surgeon at-Marion/Hos
pital,in New-York,,to Mrs. Mirinie'Olp/
of Detroit. - ,
Mr. Samuel Moore, lot Shenandoah; af
ter visiting: his sister, Mrs.
has continued his .travels, fgoing to" North ■ "\
Carolina.,,/ .; ;■.-.. ; : . • : .■-./■:,. . : .... . /
i Mr.: Herbert" A. Boyd is back in- Staun- i
.ton again, after spending some time in I
Clifton Forge, and at Edmlinney, his I
former home.- ;■. . " -' .
the ' week, ■:: at the Methodist'
■ church, there was ' organized : ; an : TJnde- :
nominationalTAhtl-Saloon: League , .
V The Rev. M.^L, -Wood, pastor : of the
Baptist- church,;;occupied ; the"/chair; while
the Methodist paator.Hhe Rev?F. J..pfet- i
tyman, offered.and: explained : a • constitu
tion _and plan of organization; .whlch ; -was
subsequently -- adopted; ; vThese officers'
: were, elected: .John "Al: Tanner; president;
:M. K- Wood,' first. vice-president; Harry I^
;Blease, second /vice-president f.^^Harry M.
; Lewis, third vice-president; Preston' A"
Ross; secretary, and H. 'Worthlngton Hll
leary,- treasurer. . . .- ' ■ . ;
> Hon. J : .S.- Craig, .off Gqshen, (was-in
town this week. / r / =■' - - •■
. Mr. W. Massie Warwick-has been spend
ing, several: daysUn-Staunton, /where ; he
/.though his mining interests) re
quire almost his ?- continual presence at '
Fire Creek coal mines." t. ' '- -
/ Mr. : and; Mrs. / William"; H.;Taibott^ for-:
i /^.Strangers, -Visitors^: 'Kings, : ■
§ : : Queens;;; Knights, /Friends/-
I^Customers are ;invited,:to - ; caU«
3: on us;and : see:how^theVnafrow--;
;;est:store'on>the;brbadest'street
doesj the largest-businesses OnaS
i ?i - the/ sights . of r.the^ city /will be '»
f th ? : -^^Sle -.« Stored which> i- will H
:? astonish -.■■■. all: ••:: in --prices: v - This :i/
y ; week we wiir;: positively 'A sell ■:
I Patent ■■■ | Medicines ££ and M Toilet i
If Ax tides . for t the/ Carnival £Week I
flower ;than ; anyr-store^inffithe^
>-. United 1 States. ' •■- -'■■*';•>■'■>">{->; •-
HERE ARE 'A /FEW^OF ODR^i
;.i^.^-a^--: .;;;'--PRICES: •:;&;-.■•,■-;;,::-:-■■■
? ? : 7o Hall's s Catarrh i Cure. . ; : ; 52 :> • j
■ . : ; 1.00 Peruna .-. .v. ■;-: : ,^ ; .v. :. ; .VV.- : ; 73 w-i
-vj 1:00 ; Gude'sJPepto vMangan^TCSis!
a ;--.,_ 25 Mennen's.TalcumSPow
;"-,,-.-. :/derJ..'..v..;..vi-. •.v^-;:.v;r;fi3j':i
25 Meade // & ; v, ; : Baker's
;/.-- v..r Mouth ;-Wash . .-'r.Vv.r.-. ;.'; IS - I
;::.I.oo.McElree's Wine of Car-".'/ > -
>/-<-^^ ui;^-" • "V:VK.v.-:; ■ vv:;: .- ois ■/ -
. oo Irwin's^. •.■:■ Nerve-;^.and' :^" :
;/:=•: -■;• '.-- Bone - ; " Liniment '' "^ .■;.'.. ; : "17-'- ::>
i^Tyeth's ,^Beef ;i;/Wine ;'/-/ ; V
and Iron - v ;;:iv; .-■; .-;--. v.-.'
g 1.00 Xanthine,'. for \ the ! hair. -7X 'i
v L00.2-quart:::^F oiintafnfe /C
? --" Syrin ge ; : ! ."-^-V;-; 'n : . y . .-. v . -: v: i 4f > ' W
- 50; Atomizers ■.-."..■■;-.;.. '.■.-■.;xSs^
' X Sea .Salt - r ;\.;:V.-.^v.;;..r Us "
||1 50. Scott'sfEmulsion ;. . . .; . 3« -
; /. 10 Malena? Salve :-.... v. • 7 '■'
/// 50 MelUn's / Food ': ;^v. ; . * ; iv^ 3a . "
;i-00 Ozomuleion r..;v..:.-. Gl>
." ; I.oo : Reaf?SeafySarsaparma; : "
; . ''-best forJthelbloodr^vfiT/S
: w 50 , Swamps Root ; iv ri'-.-.T: IV. ;< JW /
; : 1.50 Fellows's ? Syrup ao
Porous Plas
ters ■ si
50 Fig i Syrupf f^-.v . . Ir'.f.v':^ 2 jss^
i.OCO other articles/ at /a^like^
•eduction.
Note^-Every; ladyi customer ba .
:tvreeni,theThpurssofiloito|l2 each "S
| day^-will >tbe % preßehted^iwith :; a"
j Carnival Arch' Badge'; Tree- c?
•harpi* nt .
P :1A GILES'S | CUT-RATE ■ DRUG^I
KTonn.,
'- B .r, oast Inroad' street
p^Cßa^iof^taejßanddtan^ ;
ZY^wmmmmm&^i
THE TOWER
WE SHIP AiiGOODS PURCHASED HERE FREE.
Extra and Special Delivery During. 1 the Carnival. , Writing Material "Furnished Free DunV
l he Carnival. "We will fit and give to any seven sisters during the Carnival each one of th*> b'"'-t
fpple Sale of Tailor-Made Suits,,
PARASOLS. /: "'
:■ .White, ', Colored and Black; Taffeta: Para-;
: sols, >two; rows hemstitch, :ohlysl.SD.\'- ;:;:
-/.Colored "Taffeta:: Parasols, //with: dark
- border and> two; rows /of {hemstitch, and
Bmall -White blocks ■between
j ; "only, 52.49. '„.-." - '-. "...."■;
:. Black, -White ; and 1 Colored ■■ China Silk
\ Parasols;? fwith -five: ""ruffles, ?2.19. :
: . Black, White and. Colored/ China. ; silk
.Parasols, "'with'' four 'ruffles, $1.98. . ' -
V.^Black','. iWbite .and : . Colored* China. Silk
--Parasols, with-'three rnffies, / i?I.TS. / .
■ ; Soiid-Colored": Taffeta Parasols, $2.50.' ; ;
:: Blaok fiTaffeta /Parasols,
Hemstitcli border, only $2.79. ■; '.■';.■ ,-■' .^
-r. Mercerized Satin. •Parasols,, all icblors,
■with: silver polka dots, only $I.^*
.White,/(Black and: Colored' China, Silk
:Parasols,;: 89c. ;-' ■' . ' / ' . ■;
White,". Colored and Black - Taffeta :Para;;sois,-;54.48./": Para
;;sois,-;54.48./" :/'; ; ;/;;/ : y'-\ , 'W££i - "■'-'■■- , /
: Wnite China Silk .ParaEola, With cov
ered ;SNo.'- : 2 taffeta /ribbon, -and gathered :
/with a ! small'"- black : '-eda»" on both sides
• r of. ; ribbon, 0n1y." 52.25.;: ' - "
/ Parasols, 18c. to T30.: .
waists.-, '. - : - . - ■
.-White- Lawn Waists,- new style cuffs,
|We.*l ■://: "; : - .;./. : : /;--.r:" ■ rA^:';. :: W&0
■ White . ILiawn | Waists j ;-vrttlh; - laundfereS
:cufls;ajid'; collars,'. tucked hack- with; open
lace front; 75c. /; / . /
White Lawn IWaists, with two rows of
lace y insertion .diagonally across front,
■plaited/;- back," only $1. :/ .-" /- .' ;
'Whita Lawn-Waists, -with :four. rows of
; Hamburg ; 'straightf dowhJfront, $li'/ : '
;; White ; . Tu fted' Lawn Waists," laundered
collar, new "style 'cuffs,- $1.25.- ; , _
v .VViiite Lawn. Waists, six rows Hamberg
insertion down front, 0n1y' .'?1.25; 'small
tucks;in; the: back. ;; '' .. - ..'-"""■
; ■•■ White ;'iLawn •; Waista,- ..with cluster of
tucks, : back and front, -seven\ small tucks
in each cluster, only 51.39. :
I • White Stripe La v.m /Waists, only
■$1.59;;/ / :; -: ;r ///-.-. :.:. '• vi v ;.y /;■•=-'■..
. W^ite (Lawn ; Waists, five tucks back
find -front, /only --$1.89. . - ; - : - -/
Pure WMte (Linen./ Waists, $1.89.
; White : Lawn rWaists, ; with Val. . and
: heavy, net /lace Insertion down front.
$2.id. .v■ " . \ • --. ; . .;
;Gray Stripe .Percale Waists, .plaited
front and yoke back,; 50c. /,; . ; . • • • •
'■•■'■ Percale" ; Waists./Flora Delia, only " 50c:
: Colored -Irish;; Lawn "Waists, "with lace
;yoke,'-/;; yoke,'-/; back rand --front, 75c ' . •; " .
; ■: -. Black.an d -White" Stripe ; Percale Waists, •
plaited ; front and -"tucked"; back, 93c. . \ !';
- - Solid I Black Lawn Waists, ■- small tucks
in : front;/ 75c.; ■"/•/•/: : , . ' "'
.Solid Black Percale. Waists, $1. S
-■Colored ,:- Taffeta . Silk /Waists, corded,
front, back .and sleeves, ..?4.95. : I
iau slim caps;- ,' \ ■ : ■:. : !|
/iriislln Caps; with .' rucWng-
pompons,: -with small : and wide tucks,
25c ;;..:."■'" •■- •/>-■' .-. -•• ■ ■ --
..' White (Muslin. Caps, tucked 1 all over,
£5c.-// / ■':'■;_ \_ ' :-/. : -■-. : v "-.;• ' ,■-./■: -\X - '
.White Muslin Caps, with cord '"made"
of -: muslin, .,; ruche . top, only 50c
: : 3White> Muslin Caps, with .deep, ruche,
all around: front, . lace insertion • between
small cluster of. .tucks,' only SOc -..-'. -
. /A -. jspeciar Cap. .'bargain, ruche front,
; covered Cwith email" '.'tucks, 37c ~
: White /Muslin Caps, made of Swiss
yoking, -three-fourths ruche front, 37c.-
Whlte I : Organdy .; Caps, ; covered .-..with
tucks/ and ' cord '■? of orgranay. double - lace
ruche.- and-beadihg all around, only 75c. :
White; /. Organdy (Caps, 'covered; with
Val. --'.lace, Voniy S9c. / •• ./ ]■
?./|Wsfciitß.; : :S l wlss-/Yoke;;.-B6nnets, organdy
ruffle, : -white": ribbon trimmlnpr, :only 51.
White Muslin-Bonriets, X, : 50 -and 75c.
.• Fine/White- Caps,": $1.25 to $1.59. /-.
WHITE GOODS. ; / '
XFine Lace Stripe. Muslin,'- 10c yard.-'
';;." Fine Dainty Lace-Stripe-, aiuslin," "for
shirt-waists, :l2^c// :; : :; V ;>: -, ■///: -
/Checked l flMuslin,- 614 c. yard. >wor th= 10c
White Dimities, 10% c yard, worth ■17c.'-.
'.Dainty Striped and Checked Dimity,
2J%c- yard. - - -- ; • . ".-v .: .'
merly of west Franklin street, Richmond
were. greeted: by/ many, friends, here ; this
week. > They ■; will .: spend ■ the ; summer -at
their.. handsome. farm,, south ■ of : Waynes
boro'. '; ■■. ' , ;,- :.■■?--• ■ _ " .;■■■ , :
:,? Summoned by the 'serious illness of her
mother, .-.. Mrs: Robert;- S: Hamilton, ■ Mrs
■U -X Scherer,.of ; -Marion, is "in town - - ;
•^ r £iand;4Mrs; E. B. .-Lipscomb: have, as
their, guest Mrs. Charles j Switzerland Miss
iVirginia ; Switzer, . of .Harrisbnburg.
.•■ Mr.s :^; o. Sydnor has: returned from
tvvilson's, : in VDinwiddie; -where" he was
present-at; the "long; and '". fatal illness .of
his father,- v who < died ;at i the : old , Sydnor'
homestead : :a : ;few'days=:ago. ; :: ; „;'?. v
,>The ;Rev. ,S. ; .JV".-Cole; of ■Culpeper'" has
been ;:visi ting ,-Mr. - Robert Middlekauf ; on
north ■■ Augustav street. 'iMr-^Cole: -is' : 'en
route ■; to i : the ■• Southern- BaptistlConven
tion,;.which-will -be in 'session :next "week
at:; Hot Ark. ' - ■'*
■^ Mr. : sr James"; E. v; Henderson-, has -return-"
.. e^-i.from. a visit; to --Ljeamington, Canada^
THE t RIVAB, COMPAXEBS:
■^Tr-y^deyille; Hoase and ;: Trans
fers Snbject of Correspondence.
>The Richmond Passenger; and Power
; Company.; yesterday ;: ; submitted- to; the
jßichmond{Traction -Company^a^proposi
ltf PJ^-l^a-t : ttiel two) companies jointly erect^
! the r n^w^ : vaudeville house " la > the vviciiiity ;
t??.??tii? i Ne W; ReseryolrV;-;..whicii> Itiik Tprb^j
"posedjito-have: Mr. •;. Jake ' Wells^ conduct:^
The. proposition V contemplates an equal
ias3umptioii: :of ithefcostTof the ;
) building and r the "eh joj^inent ' of ¥« ual f acil- 1^
ities.
feThe ; Passenger ■ and Power Company re
ceived :■■ an rj answer • : f roni- : the y - ■ Trac tion •
■ QB^VB-inyp yesterday,? in ■ ; response V. to - the:
form^s^suggesUon^thatSconferreesSbe^
: n^?s^ l^^? |twbj Companies itdE takeiup |
;the\sub'ject |of i r iriteribiajigeablel'transf ers 4
; T^6jMTmction:£Company, , Un p: effect, S said >
''J^^itJ^dlaotlrecognlze^tixei^^sengiri
iandjvPpweKS Company! as % th'aff owneraS mi
i succesaloSl toltSelßlchmond \ Railwaylana \
jE^ctH«^Cj3mpSy^?a^fc^W!teke^pHhei
subject only with the intention of dis-'
•cussingJtrgTh© 'company! declined ';'toi talie
any action further than that. "."v^glgS
St. Leo. Catliolic Clab Drama,,
ibeneflt Sof V S t& I^'^C^tSolld?aul>^enS
.titled
laawyer.^was s given lat? S t*t * :■ M.arj'*s>Hall \
[on i a Thursday,iHnaef : :therdlfectl6nsTdfiEevs?
fl^&^msiig o?s Bj_g^THi|£f|air^^gtf
Sizes 32 :i0"A0.
:; Heayy Corded Pique, -__ Bayadere Strips,
:>l2'/Sc."yard." ' ' " " _' •" / - -
/ Pure /Whita Linen -Lawn, SS inches,
; 50c' ■ yard,' worth, .75c ;_. : ■.. ■i;/ t.
. i Thread -vCa-inbric,:- for handkerchiefs,
-9Sc c , Vworth 51.25. V: : ; - -^..- Y:C: ..
..Colored .Pique— Red/. Garnet- and Old
vßlue-^at:l6'2-3c^ /sold for ; 25c : "/ '; .
'•; ; Colored - ; Organdies, : in ' ;Tellow,v Navy;
■ Red; :iPink, /Lavender, - Blue, Green and
>White;;l2^c; "yard ; ,wide. v ; . ,~ : ;' -
;;.Whita; Organdies, two yards wide, at
SoC.^'TI,.; ' -;■'.;■ -:■■•-.. ■ /.'- •■;/;■;. - .:.:■■-.
: /EjEtra-Quallty vWhito .Organdies, two
: yards Iwide,;- at- 75c. : •"->_ ■ .. ' :'-./ -- - ;■ ;
.Dotted Swiss? in Jail, the latst styles, 1
jtoOOc :/ ; : : '-■■ / ' ,'■■"
;; L Dotted; Swiss, in all the latest styles/
bands iof'Val.v insertion; only 90c/
c -,'WhitarVandV'Black ■; Dotted Swiss, ; tt ■25
and''4oe. - - '
..Tarletan,'in:kn colors; including White
/and-'Blaok, at 12%0." r /. ;■ -.: - './
LINENS: '~ - -^ ' ' ; * ; -^„ ,
Turkish;:; Bath; /Towels,-, from -'-to: to Jl
.■;apleca.-f=" ' . . . *> ■ ; % ;'
Bxtfa-QuaMty Table Damask, at -50c.
per^yard. ■' ; .- '; : '- ..: ;■ ■-■' -..;. ■
/ /Larsre-Size i ; .WTilts Bedspread at 73c.
; Red and White Counterpanes at
'extra size. ; f : - '."■'_'-■ : - "/',, * /" ;' : / /.■/-" •/■
Red .Table; Linen at all prices.
: - 'Full-Siza 1 White Aprons at 17, 22, S5 and
.•EOc-_^ - ' - ' - " .:
W Large-Size/ WTiite Bedspreads, at 75c;
-Huek: Tow-els, /.with damask borders, af
;25..an0^:°2c:./ // '\. ;-,'/:-
Wh itfv . Felt, two yards Hrtde,- at $1.50
per .yard. , - ■ .-'. -;
/UN D£R WEAR. \■' T r"" ; T-" ' ' '
Gsntlem6n.'a ;CBaH>rigg l an, D3lus Strip«.
Pink ; Stripe, Solid Blue, Shirts and
Drawers, worth 35c, only 25c."
Men's - Combed : Egyptian Shirts and
Drawers, 39c ; regular price, 50c 4vl§||||
Gentlenten's French- Balbrlggan /Shirts'
and^Dravrers/^in/Tan; Solid Blue, Blue
- Stripe^ Grays and Flesh, only 60c.
/Gentlemen's Double-Seat Bleached Jean
; Drawers,/ 25c. ; .: : ,:./■■;
.Flexible iWoven-Seani Eleaahea J»an
".Drawers,: 50c; worth' 7sc
• ;■' Ladies' -Bleached . Ribbed: Vests, sc.
: (Ladies'; BleacEed Ribbed .Vests,— -with
. tape? in neck, 7c- ■ - : : '
-L-aSiesf ,; Jersey Ribbed : " Vesta, tap©
neck. and sleeves,, 10c -
. Ladies' Jersey .Lisle ..Vests, /12%c. -
Ladies' Black /Jersey Ribbed/ Vests,
tape j neck and? sleeves,/ 15c . --: •
Ladies'. SilkoMne Jersey "Vesta, 25c. : "I
Ladles' - ./ tLong-Sleeve, . (Ribbed .Vests, j
pants match, "summer weight. 25." I
' ■ Il if.?'" t! ?'''. and'Chdldreh's^Low-Neck aha I
/Sleeveless Vests, -10c / : s\ ;/ : ' /
-." Infants',. Wrappers/: 15c / .
■;,- BoysV. Balbriggan Shlrta and Short
: Pants^to match, all sizes, 25c. :
BLACK/ GOODS- •
-.Blabk Cloth, double fold, 38 inches omV
S7%cv;" . ;/:./.;, ■■ ;./..
:; Black Cheviot, : v : inchesXwid»; i all wool, i
rop -.-'" '■ *^- •■** - ■" v ■•'' >- ■ ■ Vt'"-- ■'.*■" • * '—■*..'
Black Cheviot, / \z\: inches wide,'^ real'
value: 51.25,- now- S9c.:-v- <:"; .
; All-Woor Black Batiste, U Inches -wide*
-62!£c. yard. / . ■ . / . -.-...
/ Ten patterns of Fancy -Black Cheviot
50c. yard. • ; ; . - J : : - ;.■ '
-; $2.50 Black: Crepons, - only $1.75 yarff.
. . 'Black; SUk-Crepon3, : only %i yard |
HOSIERY- / y.
; (Boys' and Crirls' Ribbed Hose/ 6- \o
9»4, double .knee and toe, 12>^c. pair •
worth 20c; / : / • : : / . '
;Infahts\ .Black. .Tan and Wliita Socks,
4 to. 6Vs. only 10c. ' ■ : ■-'"'-'■
Infants' Lace- Strip© -Hose— Pink, Blua
-and White— 2sc.- /.'"■"/.. : .
Ladies' Li3le Hose, Rembrandt Ribbed
Hose,/ 25c. " / ;,; , " •/--./;•. -
■■■ Ladies' : - ! ' .f.B'ack": .Hose, fast dye and
"seamless, „12V-jC-. pair. . . : . -. ■-.
.Ladies' Fancy. Hose;" 12& Cto 75c
Ladies' -Lisie Balbriggan Hose. 12^4c
pair. ; -.. . . -f"
.Boys' Bicycle Hose, extra heavy, 7 to
10*2, only 23c.X .:.. .-- '
audience, and the dramaV was performed
: by ; each^one of the cast;- in-a way which
met .with .the "approval : :andlap'plauselof
the, large iaudience: : ,Those taking "part
_were ;Mr. E.- G.'.Hulcher,' Mr. F.- J. fGer
ring, Mr. J. ; H.-' Lynemani'Mr ' P:? p
Newheiser.yMr. G. E. Schraudt,- Mr. W;
H. • Schutte, - Miss ■ Teresa 'Gerring, :. Miss
Maml«;L,anders,Mr.' B: Er Bucker Mr
■w. H.j Schutte l^ Mr. B. AlGrasberger;' Mr
G. J.^ Boehling, ; arid Mr^W.-B. Remkel
v Music was furnished by Misses M. New.
heiser- Leiia ;Mc"Evoj'.' ; Professor :*C. f F.'
Mutter/ and \W. A: Sorg". '. ■ : : '■''■"
J All persons tak
| laUuUDf lllulllfi
IWt^a^e^':^ ••:",■-; \ ?y^P- ";zr'
l#iivvsi It rcportlatlauuf
0 torium at 6 P. M.,
Wei Ttme
ping Here.
&ncfies Served
to Customers.
(GLOVES.
| Kaiser /Taffeta -:glovs3 » v — y *-,>*
I guaranteed, 25 to ; 'Ac. ""^
■ Kaiser i-Siik- Gloves, ,50c. to ?1
< Tan, Gray, Mode. and Black KM Tit t
;;•; The Best $1 Kid 3in the city. ' ;
MATTINGS.
Tha": greatest .bargains in ilaLtir"s e-?n
/sold in Richmond. 12'/., 13. 37, 22 and 2i5
• . Extra-Hea\'y- Weight- 'Matting c !
/ Chilrfren's Pique Reefers, 31 m tt> r>-^
Pink, White, and -Light Blue. " '""""*
Children's Flannel R;e'ers Jl to trT?
; Boys' : Shirt-Waists. 25 to 50c. "
Boys' Blouse Waists, 5Qc. to $1.33 1
SiLK SALE:
; 'Special -prices -vrs have made darinj tiL%
Carnival. Overstock causes the reduc*^
■ prices. . ; : j ---■..-.'. ■•■•..•■
. 25 pieces of. China Silk. 2" inches -irida.
in all colors_ and Black and White, -wtrS
75c; : to yard, for 50c.
. -Piisse /Silks, in : all shacTes. -worth a
to:sL2s " yard/-' for 75c. "
Taffeta /Silks, worth 73c yard. a.]\
shades, to be sold for £oc.
Figured Foulard 'Silks, worth 73 to 530,?
\lyard, ;for /52c. /:
Black Satteen Duchesse 2i inches wldsJ
.all allk an* silk back, worth $1.50 ya'd*
•for-; jl;' ;■ ■ :"'*/..- -" .' *|
LEATHER GOODS.
500 Leather , Belts, wRh Sog heads asdi
lock, worth 50c.. for, 25c
.75- and S3c. Dps Bel t 3, to be sold foci
50c. Ladies' Doub'.a Purses, to be sold'
,for_ 25c. . . - .- ;
;MUSLiH UNDERWEAR.
■ The 75 and S9c. 'Gowns to >c sold foai
59c... : -- . / ;;.'%: :;.: ;
51.30 Ladies' Gowns to be sold for JL '
73c. -Ladies' Muslin Drawers, -witllj
Hamburg and Torchon, to ba solfi fo/i
50c./. ; ■-'. " ■ -.'
The" 50c; kind, hemstitched, to b- so r ji
for, 33c. :-' .- . ;. ■ / . .... ■■:■•
Th'a 73c. Empire Corset-Cover to hi soli!
'■■tor-SOc. - - - ../, .. ..; . ■"_
Ladies' SI.EO Muslin Underskirts to b«
sold for "11.13, with Inserting anrl edje ta
/match.
'■;.:-' Special Skirt sale, 73c. to Jl.
CHILDREW'S DRESS.
Special for this sale.— lnfants* Dr»37,
in White, with, inserting and' tucks, thi
'83c. kind, for -19c.
;A FAN SALE/
/ A r TemarkabW- one. 10.000 Fans to b*
cold-: at regardless prices — 10c to EOa,
Every fan worth over double.
CRASHrSKIRTiSALE. ;
300 iLadies* Crash Skirts, well raad^,
full width, worth 75c. for 23c.
Special sale in White Duck Skirts-a
to $5. ' . .:
: -Tha Kikl Cloth Skirt, the newest thin*
out, -for 52.50. v "
WASH-GOODS SALE.
' . V New style Dimities.'' worth' 10c. van!,
' special, *sVic. '
The New 12& c. Dimities, in' remnanta,
to be 6^4c.
/New Figured Dotted Swl3s. soliil colors
and figures, "White and Colored sroands,
IZ&c. / ,-" ;,
.; English -Heavey Raised Cord Dlmltias,
•to be sold for 12^ and 15 2-Ec
Cordlnets, worth D>c yard, I^4c.
'Navy-Blue and Black-Ground brgan
. dies, worth 25c., only 12V-C.
/, Navy-Blue-Ground L!sht-Groan4
IWmitJes.- - ev+c. ./
horded Dimity, 8 l-3c
Colored Figured Swiss Organ Jr. lIHc.
Solid-Color and/Black S-?r:s3 Organdr.
li%c ;
; Black and Navy Ground, vith Whita
figure,- -India Linen, 10c yard.
GO-CARTS AH D BABY CARRIAGES.
at special "prices— 53.50 to |23.
TRUNKS AND SATCHELS.
.New line just received. L*ss than tho
manufacturer's price. :Corna and! get oti?
prices.-;.. . .. ;;; - • . . ■;
A^^^^^^^^^
.■• -" ■ :■■: '-. ' : : ,"' '~ ■:'"''■ " - -■- . - ■ *
"223E,8r0ad St.
Bargains in Housefurnishings
We offer for this week :
o LAMPS AND GLOBES.
"S-foch Decorated Globe a>c
t -tutchen-Lamp, .with-. reflector. Burner and
jC-g-,. chimney ......... iic
' •t*i ln< i u l et - L arap. beautiful decorations ''->c.
i . Ma ?. t l Is » -■:. -t or :.--Xawby and V/eßbach
I :. lights .■.-.;.:...--„...... ioc.
I GRANITE IRONWARE.
l-2-quart.Puddins-Pan ...:„.„ .%c
Granite-Iron r Cake-Turner •''C
! .Tea- and :Coffee-Pots .......... i*«x
I o-quart" Saucepan, ;with cover - I'-
t 5-quart.*Tea-Kettle ...;.... .....'....A^
r-17-qucrt Dish-Pan '........ .......... t^
| TINWARE.
!^TIn ;ToUet-Set,Ts: pieces :.V..';1... "•"&
'Galvanlzed-Over : AVash-Tub .........-•*-'•*•
Tin-Rim : Flour-Sifter °-
t 4-quart Sprinkler v........ 1--
! CROCKERY.
-Decorated ; Vegetable -Bo%vl tJe
; 10-Piece Decorated : Toilet Set ..... . .Sl.* 51) .
1-pint Cream^Pitcher ...:.„. ..;.... 5- - v
\ ..- ■: ■
i Water; Tumblers ':.....;.. ...„. --
Butter Dish; : : with "cover .....< i "
:Salt- x and Pepper-Shakers ....... ...- *--^
Vinegar. :Bottle3 ;.:.:...... ..—>--
Berry iSaucers .:....... .....;........- !--«•"•
WOODENWARE.
j'Job | lot Eose. ; f ac tor y. price ■ 15c. f oo t ; o« r
-^-vPfico for Monday/ per : foot . ...i»<^
......... :....-.. ..'«•■■
fHatrack^;.';.v...;i ■--■-- » „3ci
Towel-Roller ..-...'. .' '"... .. t! -"
'Rollins-Pin. :-:-.;.>..r.-... .......5e,
;3(>-foot Cotton Clothes -Line lc
. STOVES.
sl-Burnerj Oil-Stove = (iron tank) ...... :^
12-Burner«Gas-Stove ;; ?. . . .. . ; ..... • • . ii*>c.;
{ SrßurneriCfasollne-Stova ; .. . . . ... . .. J3J»>.
■ ©•Burner.. GJl~Stovo:. -...-„?.;. ...... ..&•&>.
pSTA^OTiIIN-^FRONTiOFI-OUR F^gg
:IS "^FRBBLTO.iLTIIiD PUBLIC AFTEK
: Company: -wiU -b*^hwnTpromsft x^°h

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