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Bone Pains, Itching, Scabby
Bwelllnprs. Carbiinclc-s. Plmples. Pcrofnln
Pcrmanently cured by taking Botahla
Blood Balm. lt dcslroys the actlve poP
r-on In tho blood. 11' YOU HAVE aches
and palns ln bonos, back and jolnts, Itch?
ing Scabby Skin, Blood feels hot or thln.
i'wollon cilnnds. Rlslngs nnd Bumps on
iho Skin, Mucus Patchea in Month, Soro
??hroat, Plmples, or offenslve eruptlohS,
opper-colored Spots or rash on Skin, nll
n-down. or nervous, Blcers on nny part
of the body. Halr or Eyebrows falllng
-ut. Carbuiicles or Bolls, tnko
Botanic Blood Balm, Guaranteed
to curo 'e\*en tho worst nnd most deop
sented cases where dnctors.patent incdl
cinis, nnd hot sprlngs fall. Henls iril
t?ores, stops all aches and palns, reduces
nll swellings, makes blood pure and rlch,
complelely ohanglng tho entire body into
b clean, healthy condltlon. \t. B. B. has
rured t.housands of cases of Blood l'olson
aven after reachlng the last stagcs.
,? Old Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eczema
iro caused by an awful poisoned condl?
tlon of tho blood. B. B. B. stOpS Hawklng
\nd Spitting, Itching nnd Scratehlng,
Aches and Palns; curca Rheumntlsm. Cn
tarrh; hcals all Scabs, Scnles. Eruptions,
Waterv Bllsters, foul festerlng .soros of
Eczema: by glving a puro, healthy blood
cupply to affected parts. ,
Botanlo Blood Balm Cures Cancers of
ail kinds, Suppuratlng Swellings. Eatlng
Sorcs, Tumors, ugly Ulcers. It kina tbe
Cancer Polson and heals the BOres or
worst cancer perfectly. lf you liavo a
nerslstenC Plmple, Wart, Swellings, Shoot?
lng, Stlnging Pains, tako Blood Balm and
they wlll dlsappcar beforo they develop
Into cancer. Many apparenily hopelesa
casefl of cancer cured by tp:;ing Botanlc
Jttiy n Inrgo bottle I'or IS1, nf nny
<lru'?i.l. <;,Ue u. .Ii.I.'.l. Jf '
1 r 11 a t ?
proiiiiitly lie ro- jn'n , **. 'I
-.Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) is,
Pleasant nnd safe to take. Thorouglily
tested for 30 years. Composed of puro
Botanlo IneTedients. Btrongthena weak
kldneys nnd weak stOmachs, cures dys
pepata. Completo dlrectlons go with each
bottle. Sample of B. B. B. and Pamphlet
sont free by V.Tltlng Blood Balm Co.. 11S
Mfiehell St., Atlnnta, Ga. Dcscrlbe your
trouble, and speclal freo medical ndvlcc,
to suit your case, also sent ln sealed
Reiiance Came Up to AU-Ex
pected of Her.
(By Assoclated Press.)
BR1BTOL. R. I., April 25.?ln a. flfteen
nlle beat to wlndward down Narragnn
lej 13 ay oUt to sea and a long run boforo
he wlnd b ck to her moorlnga here, tho
'-Sellance, the new acplrant for the honor
Df defendlng the Amc-rlca's ciip, was
ylvi ii her lirst builders' trlal to-day.
\t Its concluslon C. Ollver lselln, the
inanaglng member of the syndlcate of
jwners, said he was much plcasod with
Ihe new boat.
The weather icondltiona were perfect.
In a twelve knot sputhwoater, whether
rlo.su hauled ln the bi.at-down the bay
on a broad reach wlth tho wlnd abeam,
or runnlng freo under splnnakor. she
rendered a splcndld account of herself,
and gave abundant proofs of belng a
formidablo candidato ln the trials for tho
;holce of a cup defender',
Hor performance domonstrated that,
lesplta the apprehenslon Ihat she would
be stlff, she heeled r'.adlly and oaslly to
her salling llnes in n very moderato
breeze. Onct**sho rc'-funod to he*l further,
glving evl'd'enco of tho power whlch hor
broad, flat-floored hull w.is dculgned to
Impart. Bhe W'1^ nulck to come nbout,
averaglng nbout -7 scconds ln stays,
made somo fuss under her bovvs at times
nnd atecred wlth only one man at the
(Speciai to Tho Times-Dliipatch:)
DANVILLE!, va., April 86.?Tho pre
llmlnary orgahlzatlon waa effectod here
to-day ivhlch h;is for it* objeot tho
comblnatlon of all thu tobacco warehouses
ln the clty under one managoment, Tho
comblnatlon embyaces practlcally all tho
warehouses in the clty, Tha deal has
been on foot for some time, and it was
llitimated that th.. Amerlcan Tobacco
Company w.is Interested, Thls ls em
nhatlcally dcnled by tho manaeers ot the
Thls comb'natlon Ib one of the most Im
portant dcals conaurhmat d ln tobacco
clrcle.s in u long linie.. Tlio i.i w waro
house company la capltallzcd at Jl25,0X1,
Tln- offlcers Have nol been aelected aa
yet, but wlll be nameii at an early date.
Bostock Leaves Mny 10th.
The announcement waa mnde yeater.
lay that IJoato k'a ahown wlll leave
:; i nn nd May loth.
,SK FOR (QEEH TICKET.
This Ticket is Given wlth every
Puir al $1.00 and Over. '
CASti VALUE (il? 'li.Kl.l 7' . CENTS
SEE THE NEW PREMIUM LIST.
31111 liroad. I5I<J /;. Maln,
i TO WED
/Mr. W. E. Smith to Brlng a
Brlde from Lynchburg.
THE BAZAAR HAS CLOSED
The Goods Auctioned OfF and Prizes
Awarded?Charged Wilh Taking
Money?Cobweb Party at For
est Hill?Personal Notes.
Manchester Buroau tImes-Dispatch, l
No. 1102 Uull Street. J
Mr. Wm. 15. Smith, of Manchoster, wlll
leave for Lynchburg to-nlght whero he
goes to take unto nlmself a brlde, The
marrlage ceremony wlll take placo Wed
nosday cvenlng, when Miss Llllle Kcsler,
ilnuglitcr of Mr. Wllllam Kesler, of that
clty, wlll become hls brlde.
Thls announccnient wlll como as a
surprlso to tho many frlends of Mr.
Smith, who ls a w'ell-known buslncss
raan, of No. 923 Uull Streot, nnd. also a
member of tho Flre Department. Mr.
Waller Smith, of the Flre Dcpartment, ls
Tho couplc wlll return to Manchester
on Thursday nnd a receptlon wlll bo ton
dcred them at tho resldence of Mr.
Wnlter Smith, No. 25 East Tcnth Street.
Vcrnon Hunt, a colored fnrmer from
Hanover county, got Into serious trouble
ln Mnnohester lyosterdny morning. lie
wns poddllng fnrm producb from a cart.
Whon he reached the resldence of Mrs.
l^acy, on Fourth Street, that lady pur
chascd somo tlilngs, and gave hlm a $10
blll. Ho had no change. bnt took the
money. nnd sald he would go get It
chnnged nnd return. He wns a long
tlme eomlng bnck nnd Mrs. Lacy mnde
cnmplalnt. The neRro was Hrrosted. He
prolestod thnt ho dld not Intend to take
the money, but had trouble in getthig the
change. Ho wlll rcmntn In tho stntlon
houso untll to-morrow, when ' Mayor
Maurlce wlll hear the story.
Anothor ton-dollnr episodo occurcd last
nlght. Mr. Georgo Blankenshlp, livlng
ln Swansboro, lay down on a lonnge to
sloep. When ho awoke ho made the an
iioiincement thnt some ono hnd robbed
hlm of $10, wlllch ho had ln hls pocket
when he wont to sleep. He sald thnt
tho only mnn ln hls room was a frlend
of his. He walked down the street wlth
hlm and whon they camo to a bar, he
suggested that they go ln and take a
drlnlt out of that >tcn.
."What! ten?' asked' hls frlend.
"You know what toh.-'I moan the ten
you have of mlne," replied Blankenshlp.
"I don't know anythlng nbout It nnd
don't know what you nro talklng about,"
sald the frlend, gcttlng mad,
A few moro words led up to blowa, and
tho frlend gavo Blankenshlp a punch ln
tlio lace. -
Then Blankenshlp attempted to get n
warrant on tho charge of taklng the
ten dollars. nnd another on thc chargo of
hlttlng. Ono of tho nlleged offenses wns
commltted In the county and the other
ln tho city nnd one or both may be se
One of the most popular and prosperous
bazaars ever glven In Manchester camo
to a close nt Dendcr Hnli last nlght. Por
a full week the bazaar ran, and as a re?
sult tho beneflclarles, Ltly Councll Daugh?
ters of Libcrty. and the Olympla Club,
wlll reap a good harvest.
The entortalnmcnt last nlght wns very
nmuslng and eiitertalnlng. Messrs. Hart,
Jones Willlnmson and Colonel Bllly Allen
nmiiHMl, und Miss Gertrude Allen sang
several coon songs ns only sho can.
At tho close of tlie entertalnment tho
left-over artlcles wore auctioned off, and
tlio prlze winners wero announccd ns fol
?Gol'd watch (largo), Miss Sallle Tlllory;
lamp, Miss Elta Glll; small watch, Miss
Josle MtCurthy; Junior ring.J. E. v...l;
tea sot, Miss Gertrude Allen; silk plllow,
Miss Ruth Huband, rocklng chajr, Mlsa
Pearl Lum; ba'rrel of flour, Mrs. Kelly,
same Mrs. Sallle Huband; sult of furnl?
ture, Mrs. Wllllam M. Allen; plcluro,
llttlo Carrle Huband.
An alarm of flro from No. 1617 Decntur
Street, at 7:19 o'clock last nlght, caused
the department to run out. Tho call
camo from ii chimnoy fire. und there
was no datnage.
Mrs Cooke. Mrs, John l.athum and Miss
Cooke have roturned from Washlngton,
where they have been on a vlslt to frlends
and relatlves. ' "' '
Mr. Sun Wlcks wlll leave for Petersburg
thls week to nccept n good poaltlon.
A "ralnbow cobweb" party waa' ten
dered by Mrs.. J. l'erc-y Wlnfreo. of
Porest Hlll. to her guest, Miss Grace
Ellenwood Hnwklns, of South Nonvalk,
"on Thursday ovenlng, Comlng from the
ccnter of the hnll swung a large web, wlth
Its ?nds leading tn all parts of the houso.
whlch wero laid under nnd wound around
ovei-vtlilng that It came ln contaot wlth,
which caused much Bk|ll to f.nd the end,
ut which at beautlful souvenlr was found.
The dlnlng hnll wns beautlfully deco.
rdted wlth dogvood, chrysanthemume
nnd narclSBUS, nnd over tho tnblo wero
two pretty arohea whlch were decoratodi
bo beautlfully R was pujszllng to tcll
from ralnbowB. Tho pnrty wlll be re.
membered by ull present, and thc nierrl
ment It gavo ln chnslng tlie webs, Miss
llawklns usslstcd Mi*s Winfrce In recclv
Among Ihose present wero: Mlsses Cor
lielia aud .Mary H. llanrook. Miss Emma
Duval, Miss Ella Vlrglnla Wlnlfroe, o(
Porest Hlll; Mlssos Grace and Kmma
l'erilue, Grace Glbbs, Mary nnd Annle
Poole, of Manchester; Mlsses Edna lilan
tun and Dalsy Taylor, of Rlchmond;
Messrs. John Tyler. 0. W, Montgomery,
Eugene and C, r. Blanton. w. o. Far|n?
liolt aud Waiiiii Blauton, of Rlchinonil;
Norvei Anderson, wililo Alkrn, of Man?
chester; D, P, Moody and J. B. Haneock,
of Porest Hlll.
The firlng of a plslol at Fourleenth nnd
Hull Streeta about mldnlght caused somo
thlng of a sensatlon, nnd a crowd gathe'i
ed. The cause of It wns a row that hud
been goijig on botween Wllliam Orlfllth
nnd three young men n.unr-d Pranklln.
t'onnaily and Knowles. Orllllth sald. be
was belng beaten by tho othors, and
ii: <-.) |n s.-ll-protectlon.
No one was hurt by tlie Shots, nnd Po
llccnian Wrlght arrested Giilllth niwl car?
rled hlm to thc- statlon huuso for a hoar?
OD1J-1" ' I/1WS' CKHKBRATION.
Tho Ori-.t- l-'ollows Of Manchester wlll cel
c-brute lh" elglity-fourth anniversary of
tlie order at Bulnhrldge-Stroet Church tt'
4 o'clock tliis ufternoon. A speclal pro?
gramme wlll be glven to be taken part In
by Rev. Asa Dilscoll, Rev. K V. Baldy,
Rev. Aflhhy Jones. who wlll preach a upo.
plaj aernion. und Mr. T E. Burton, who
wll) slng a solo,
Tho funeral of Mrs. Maitba A. Muins,
v.il? of Mr. J. 0, MorrU. wllj be from
i"! ..plmi-Ktreet R.-wtlrt Church at 8
< rlock tbla afterjioon. Bev W. \V. S!.-k
Wll) conduct tho servlies, and the jn
l?iiuent will be in Muury Cemeury.
itra. WorrU ol*: yw.?rdu.y uiornlnii
My COLD CURE relieves the liend,
nose.throatand ltingfi ftlmost Imtnediately.
A 25-cent vial will break up any cohl aud
prevent Grip, 13ronchitis nnd Pueumonia.
MUNYON'S DYSPEPSIA CURE is a
cerlain remedy for nll lbrrns of iudige-stion
and stomnch trouble.
MUNYON'S KIDNEY CURE restorea
the natural funetions of the kidneys even
when thoso organs nre seriously involved.
at her home ln Swnnsboro. Sho was flfty
years old, nnd ls SUrylVed by her hus?
band, flve daughters and two aona?Mrs.
P W Crlddlo. Mrs. B. M. Clarke, Mrs.
C. S. Taylor, Mrs. H. XV. Qlbbs, MIhs
Grace Morrls, and Messrs. Wiliner and L.
The romalns of Mr. S. II. Andrews, who
dled on Fritlay, wlll be lald lo rest In
Maury Cemetery thls morning at Ll
o'clock. The serviooH wlll bo condiicted
from Plfth-Slrect Church. by Rev. Aaa
Tho fnnoral of Mr. C. T. Burgess was
from Clopton-Slrcot Church yesterday af?
ternoon at 4 o'clock, and the funeral ot
tbo Infont son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C.
Hardliig took placo from tlio home at 10
o'clock yesterday. ?
Tho annriuncemei'u Is out of the np
proachlng marringe of Mr. Si \V. Lovlng,
o? No. 1100 Balnbrldge Street, nnd Miss
Rosa Wellford, of Rlchniond. The cere?
mony Wlll be performed ln Clny-Sticct
Methodlst Church, Richmond.
i CHURCH SERVICES.
Rovlval servlces aro stlll In piogress at
tho Oak Grove Baptlst Church, proachlng
by tho naJBtpr, E. T. Smith. Tho eubje-ct
for tlio 11 o'clock servlces wlll be. "Tho
Chrlstlan;" Uie evenlng at 8 o'clock P. M.
will be, "Wicstllng with tho Devll."
At the'Central M. E. Church, tho pas?
tor, tho Rev. A. M. Chandler, wlll preach
at both servlces). subjoct ln the morn?
ing, "Golng Away for Chrlst," subject ut
nlght, "Tho Egyptlan Plagtios."
Flfth-Street Methodlst Church, preach
Ing at 11 o'clock and 7:45 P. M. by tho
pastor, tho Rov. Asa Diiscoll; evenlng
suhjee.t, "The Son of God."
Tho Rev. E. V. Baldy wlll occupy hls
pulplt ln the Bnlnbrldgc-Strcet Church
morning nnd nlght.
LATE MRS. WILKINSON.
Mrs. Sarah Wllklnson dled on Monday
at. her homo ln Manchester. The decoased
is survlved by her husband, Mr. Francis
Wllklnson, nnd flve bohs, Messrs. Tyreo,
Edward, George, Frceling and Lecclier
Wllklnson; Sho also leaves ono slstor,
Mrs. Lewls Gntes, of Gloucester county,
nnd ono brother, Mr. Georgo Taylor.
Tho decoased was an aunt. ot Dr. Rolurt
Tucker, of Pbwhatan county, In whlch
placo sho leaves many other relatlves to
mourn thelr loss. The remalns wero taken
to Powhatan county on Tuesday and In
tcrred ln Red Lano Cemetery.
DESIGN ADOPTED FOR
(By Assoclatcd Press.)
PI-IILADELPHIA, PA., April 25.?A
dt-slgn for tho Jefforson Memorlal Bulld?
lng to bo ercetcd. in Washington, D. C?
was ndopted at a meeting hero to-day of
tho Executlve Cornmlltee of tho Thomas
Jefforson Memorlal Assoclation. lt wlll
bo constriicted of granlte and marble nnd
ls tn bo a partlal represehtatlon of the
Parthonon at Athens. Tho structure wlll
bc ercctcd at a. cost of $000,000.
The followlng members of tho commit?
teo wore present at tlio meeting: Formor
Senator Rlchard R. Kenney, Delawnre;
Dr. Ralph Walsh, Washington; Josephus
Daniels, North Carollna; Edwin Wnrfleld,
Maryland; I'hlllp Baker, New Jersey; H.
S. Cummlngs, New Hampslilre, and An
dU'W l.lpscomb, Virginia.
Donatl's Dandles yesterday afternoon
nt Broad-Street Park udmlnlstored n ho
vere di'ubbing to tho team from Rich?
mond Academy, tfnllnplng nround tho
basos In a dog canter and scorlnff' at
will. Tho score was 15 to II. whlch doosn't
hegln to descrlbe the walkover or ahow
tho supeHori'ty of tho professlonals over
tbe lads from the Instiuito. who scalped
BUT WITHOUT GROOM
(By Assoclatcd Press.)
PITTSBURG, PA., April 25?The Earl
of Yaiinoiith, hls parenls. brother nnd
glst?!', roached Plttsburg to-nlght, but
too lato for tho weddlng rehearsal, Tho
weddlng party waitcd at Calvary Prot
estant Eplscopal Church from 9 to 10
o'clock, ho'plhg the Earl would arrlvc ln
tlmo to parttclpate, Ho dld not, and
Harry Tlmw, brother of tho brldo-elect,
who "wlll glve her away on Monday, took
the part of tho absont groom. Tho cere?
mony was rehoarsed four times, both
tho offlciatlng clergymen being in thelr
GIVEN SENATOR DEPEW
(Hy Assoelnted Presa.l
NEW YORK. April IT).?Senator Depow
was presented wlth nn enoinimis blrthday
calte to-nlght at tho thlitcenth annual
W, Mlnor WuoUwurd,
Stewart M. Woodward.
White Plne, llhrdwooris, Mahog
any, Rough and Dressed.
SASH, BLINDS; DOORS, ETC,
Blver, Aicb, Bragg. Soventh, Eighth,
Nlnth and Tenth Streets.
Main Ofllco: Cor. Nlnth aud Arch Bta.
pocatur, .siocknui. Eyprett, Maury.
Tlilrd, Fourth an.l Kitlh Streets.
Branch Oillcu: Cor, Fourth, and Stock
W.U1TE, 'PHONE OJJt CALL.
will open an account with you, so that you can buy what you please at cash
prices and pay hereafter in small payments. weekly or montnly._
Special Sale Monday Rea,dy-Made Sheets &nd Pillow-Cases.
25c. value, ISo.
12y3c. Fancy Hose,
plain nnd dropstitch, nll
colors, 3 palrs for 25c.
Silk Gauze Fans.
Sensntionnl snle of
100 Silk Gauze Fans,
spnngles nnd flowers,
nntual value $1.00; spe
cinl to-monrow, 50c.
39c. Shlrt-Waist Lin?
en, 1 j'ard wide; spe?
clnl, 25c. .
Mcnncn's Borntcd Tnl
cum Fowder, 2 for 25c,
Ribbon Sale Extraordiiiary.
Bow-Knot TafTKla , stripes nnd ;flgurw, 4Jo
Ribbon, No. 00, regular
vnluo 25c. i special -Mon?
day, 10c. yard.
No. 22, Brilliant Tnf?
fcta Ribbon, in all col?
ors; speclnl Monduy, Oc.
1,000 yard?, in
5 inches wide, nll now
Bprlng colors, worth lo
30c. yartlj specinl Mon?
Snlin TafTcta Ribbon,
nll slindcs, 4 to 5 inches
wide, real valuo 30c.]
Monday, special, 20c.
500 boxes Wild Vlolot
Toilet Soap, 1 enko in
box, selling nll over tho
clty for 10c.} speclal to
morrow, 5c. cakc.
20 'dozen Amcricnn
Lady, J. S. Olrdle, mnde
of llne qunlity bntiste,
lxined with stetl, Lailor
finish; special to-mor?
25 dozen Fino Light
nnd Dnrk Colored Pei
cale Wrnppers, nieoly
trinimcd. nll new, bcnti
tiful pntterns, deep
flhunrn on Rkirt, cut ox
11ii full, vnluo $1,25 and
$1.50; snlo price, 08c.
50c. Chain Pursej spo?
cial to-morrow, 25o.
Scnsntinn salo of 1,600
picccs Drngo Bntistc, ln
stripes and figures,
whito nnd colored
grounds, real 20c. grade;
special for 12y2c. yard.
30c. Corsot, well mndo,
sizes 23 to 30; Bpecin.l,
Specinl Bnlc of Lndios'
Gotliain llosc Support
crs for 25c. ?
Wash Silks, 25c. ynrd.
75 and 80c. Foulard
Silks, nll new desifrns,
$1.00 Blnck nnd White
Cord Taffeta Silks; Bpe
Polka - Dot Foulard
Silks; special, f!2'/jC.
Special: Tnrtcla Silks,
nll colors, 50c. . grnde,
?1.25 Pongo Strlpe
Silk; specinl, 80<\ ynrd.
$1.50 flronndine; spe?
cinl Monday, $1.00 ynrd.
Specinl: I'citu de Soic,
$1.25 qunlity, 8!)c.
Fnnby $1.25 Wnist
Silks, 89c, ynrd.
Fancy Silk Belts.
Ladles* Dlnck Silk
I3t:lts, with fnncy buck
lon nnd ring effect front
and bucklos in bnck;
also poslillion back; in
tliis lot will be found
the best 75c Ilolt; spe?
cial to-morrow, 50c.
100 Lndics' Linen
chiefs; for Monday, 6c.
all wool, regular 50o.
grade; special, 35c. yard.
Shceting; special, 15c.
17c. Brown Rliirt
Wnist Linen; special,
25c. Brown Sliitt
Wnist Linen, 1 yard
10c. Bed Ticking,
16 2-3c. Bed Ticlcing,
25c. White Wool Flan?
30c. All-Wool Whilc
Flannel for 25c.
7c. Unbleached Cotton,
1 ynrd wide, 6c.
A Sale Ladies' Ready-Made Wear.
Special salo Silk
Suits, and Muslin Sli
Tliey nre mado of
good Mndrns, with deen
doublo ruffle; spceifl],
They nre mercerizcii
with black dots_ and
stripes, some ? checks,
deep flounce, with two
cxtra rufllcs; special,
$1.25. . :
$2.50 Blnck Merccrized
Skirt, with deep llotnice,
lii.-is pleats and ru'P,e3;
specinl for $1.09.
$10.00 Silk Under?
skirts, changcable taf?
fela, with deep accor
dion plcated rullle, extra
flounce; special, $7.50.
Shirt Waist Suits, Silk Waists, Tailor-Madc
$10.00 Silk Taffeta
Underskirts, well mado,
with accordion plc.tt.
$12.50 Blnck Nct
Skirt, with spun-glass
drop-skirt; specinl for
mado in thc newest
stylo blouse effect coat,
trimmed in moire bnnds,
long tab back, skirt per
cnline lincd, 0-gorc,
irimmcd in moire.
Fino Cloth Suits, mnde
in thc ncwest styles, all
colors, coat silk lincd.
collnrloss, collar trim?
med in taffeta and t.is
boIs, large Bishop
Fina importcd broarl
cloth, stitched aenms,
collarlcss jackot, silk
lincd coat, largo Bishop
slcevcs, large turn-back
cuffs, long tabbed, front
and back trimmed ln
butlons, skirt' well
mnde, with invcrted
senms, trimmed in but
Gre&t Dress Good^ Sale.
Vnliica nnd prices spenk for thcniselvcs.
76c. Etamine, nll colors, 38 inches wide, 59e. yard.
75 and SOc. Mohoirs, all colors, plcnty of black
and wbito; Bpccial, 60c.
Specinl eale of Mobairs nt 50c. '
$1.50 Figurcd Moliairs, 44 inches wide, for Bhirt
waist suits, $1.00 yard.
$1.25 Etamine j special for 80c. yard.
Voilo Cloths, 30 inches wide; special, 25e.
75c. Shepbcrd Plnid Suiting, to bo sold for 6O0.
$1.50 Gray' Mixcd Etamine; special Monday,
White Goods Sale.
30c. Heavy White Oxford Suiting; special, 21c.
25c. Oxford Suiting; special, 16 2-3c.
Dotted, Figurcd and Striped Mndrns at 15c.t
real vnluo 10c.
20c. Dotted Swiss, flne and shcer, largo and
srnnll dots; specinl, 21c.
12yec. 40-jnch Muslin; special, 8 l-3c.
$5 White Silk
Thla Waist is woll
mndo in China Silk,
strip of inscrting and
tucks back nnd froii't".
$S.00 Peau de Soic
Silk Waists, nll colors.
well mndo, tucks aud
$10.00 Liberty Louis
inc Waists, nll colors,
well made, box pleats
and stitcbing nnd pjngr
pong collar; speciuj,
Specinl snle of Waists
Linen Scarfs for Waists.
Linen Drawmvork Scarfs for making tho latest shirt waist,
18x22; oac scarf suffieient to mako waist; for Monday Special,
A chance for you all,
wnich don't you mis3.(
Crushed Vellum Linen
Pupei, pound for 15c.
Envelopes to mntch,
Linen for Shirt
Linen Shceting, Zy3
yaids wide, sold for
$1.75; specinl Monday,
SOc. Shirt-Waist Lin?
en, 1 yard wide; spe?
39c. Shirt-Waist Lin?
en, yard wide, 25c.
They are new effects,
in such demand, over 20
styles to select from,
Coral, Turquoise, Illack
Bcnds, Pearl, etc, 25c.
39e. Mualln Caps,
neatly mndo and trim?
med, soveral styles to
select f rotn; Monday,
75e. Muslin Cnps, im
posulblo lor print to
describe; special Mon?
Special sale of Caps
at 75c. and $1.00.
Special snle of Dress
Skirts at $3.00 to $15.00.
$8.00 Black Vcnetiiin
Skirts, Htitched in white;
special for $5.60,
$20.00 Foulard Shirt
Waist Suits; special
$15.00; neatly made and
$22.00 Taffeta Shirt
Waist Suits, well tiiade
and neatly triramed, a
big value; for Monday,
$3.75 Black Cheviot
Wnlking SkirU, $2.00.
Special sale of Walk
ing Skirts at $5.00 and
Special Salo New Spring Mattings, yard 12 1-2
Special Sale Window Shade, best Spririg Rollor Fixtures fFg*,
at8c, 25c., 42c.,50c. and. /<3*-?
$15.00 Peau de Soie
Conts, large snilor col?
lar, box-plcated bnck
and front, large sleeves;
$20.00 Silk Coats, well
mnde, neatly trimmed
in black and white
binid, a new novelty;
Cluny and Yack
Cotton Cluny Laces,
look like the rcnl; spe?
cinl prices, 12>/2 to 25c.
50c. Wool Challies,
with sntin stripes; spe?
cial, 29c. yard.
Sel.l everywhere for
C0c, gunrnntecd; Bpe
cinl to-morrow, 25c.
Boys' and Girls' WTiito
Gloves, for confirmation,
Boys' and Girls'
Tho best 12>/ac. Hose
in the world to be found
76c. Embroidery Flan?
nel; special Monday,
Sale White Bed
75c. Whito Bed
spreads, for double beds,
$1.00 White Bed
spreads, full sizc, SOc.
Special sale of White
Hcdsprends at $1.00 to
20c. Stamped Shams;
speclal Monday, 10c.
6Ce. Face Velllng, 25c.
dlnner glven ln honor of hls blrthday
by the Monluuk Club In Brooklyn, In
resppndlng to tho welcome of tho club.
Senator Depew morallzed on tlio plcaa
iires of old age.
N0T1CE TO MERCHANTS.
IF YOU W1SH TO IMPROVE YOUR
liUSINESS come to 1450 East Franklin
Street and see ihe greatest novelty for ad
vertlalng of the present age, between tha
hours of 10 A. M. and 5 P. M.; one door
from Tbe Watt Plow Co. _VT?WI
DON'T DE1.AY; CALL AT ONCEI
NOTICE OF PISSOLUTION,
NOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho partnershlp latoly exlatlng beiwcn
us. the underslgned, FRANK BAI'TIST,
C. E. PICOT and E. T. ROUERTSON,
carrylng on buBlnesa under tho flrm name
ortlin FHAN1C UAPTIST PRlNTINf,
COMPANY and tho VIRGINIA, MANU
FACTURING COMPANY. at Richmond,
Vn , as prlnters and munufacturers of
roller gum and prlnters' rQtJers/.waB, pn
tho Tlh day of March, 1003. dlasolved by
mutual consent, tho said E. '1. Robert
C, E. PICOT,
13. T, ROHEltTSON.
Tho prlnting buslnesa hcroto/ore carrled
on under tlitr finn namo of the FRANK
J3APT18T PRINTING CuMI'ANY and
iho VIRGINIA MANUFACTCHINd COM
PANY, inanula, turera of roller gum and
nrintora' rollers, wlll hereaftor bo con
iluctcd at tho same. Placo undor tho,
nanies of BAI'TIST & PICOT aml th.-VIR?
GINIA MANUFACTUHINO COMPANY.
Thunklng our frlends nnd tho publlc
goiierally for past patronage, we respoet
fully sollclt u continuanco of same.
UAPTIST & PICOT.
Richmond, Va., April,8, 1903.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OFTHB
losa of ecrtirtcato No. 5 for flye shares
of tho capltal stock of the Richmond
aud Petersburg Electrlc Railway Com?
pany, a corporatlon chartered and OOlne
buslness iinrler tho laws of the Stato of
Vlrglnla,'with lts prlncipal offk-o at Rich?
mond. Vlrglnla, standlng on tho l"?'l-.s
of snld company in tho namo of Jamea
a. B. Wnohvurth, nnd In whoso name also
auid certlllc.-ne ii made out. but nsslgiv
cd by said VVoolworth to tho ynuerslga
ed, Wlll Clirlsty, and that. upon tho duo
completion of ii..- publlcation of thls no;
, tlce, appllcatlon wlll be mado to said
I coropanv, und.. Bcction H?5 of tho Codo
of Vlrglnla, as arnended. to lesue, t<? tlie
| undersl^io.l a new certlflcate ln Ileu
of aukl Iwst certlflcate. _,,?,0mv
4 CHO+O+O-fOf O-K3-KH04-O+0+CW
? FIRST TR1LBY
FAST VESTIBULED TRAIM
lyeaveH nlohmond. Byrd-Slreet
Statlon, 8:25 A. M., Petersburg. 0:05
A. M.i arrlvos at Norfolk 11 4. M.
I'teiurnliiK. loaves Norfolk 7:15 P,
pi., arrlvos Itlchmond 10 P, M.
5 NO OHANB'E OF CARS!
5 R, T, ADAMS, Manager. d
Two Days In (ho Capltal Ciiy,
THOMPSON & CO.
THE (,'OHFEDEAATE MUSEUM
VWEWTH AND CLAY STREETd.
OiJtns dally from 9 A. M. to S P. M-.
Aduilsslou. 2j cent* l>'rce on Saturd*>'*.
Up-to-dato Mlnlng paper (fully
Ulustratcd), containlng all tho
lutcst newa from 'ainous gold
campa. Includlng BIG CREEK &
U. S. Mlning Juurnal, 150 Nassau St., N, Yt
Richmond, Vn? April 24, 1003.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LOT
owners stockholdera ln HOLLYWOOD
CHMETKRY COMPANY wlll bo held
at the City Bank of Richmond on TUES?
DAY, the 12th day of May, I0o3, at 5
o'clock P. M.
R. T, BROOKES,
Becrotary and Treasurer,
MEMBERS OF PATRICK HENRY
I,odge, No. 12S, wlll asaemblo ln base
ment of the Trlnlty Methodlst Church, .
Twentleth and Broad Streta, nt 7:30
o'clock P. M., Sunday, 20th Instant.
Elghty-fourth annlvernary of Odd-Fol
jowshlp ln America wlll be celebrated,
Brothers ure requested to wear u scar
let flower In lapel of coat. By ordor of
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of tho atockholders of the Baiighman
Statlonery Companv wlll be held at tbo
otllce of the company. 1207 East Maln
Street, nichmond, Va.. Wedneaday, May
13th. 1003, at 12 o'clock noon.
JAMES S. FRANCIS.
The JaiPs Condition.
Edltor of Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch,
Dear Slr,?Havlng read so much about
tha New City Jall. both pro and con. wo
deem lt but rlght nnd nro per. and ln
Justice to Sorgeunt Srnltli and the of
llcors at tho Jall, to aay tliat we. tho
undorslgneJ preachers and Phrfstiaii
workers. havo visiled Ihe Jall and hold
aervli.es thero vory often, and llia sor
ge.int aiid lils men aro always pollto und
acci.ivimodating. glving u? ald ond every
faolllty ln thelr power. "We nro per
mltled to go to all the depa. tmeiif.s. and
havo found thom as clean and neat as
thef could well be. or any ono expect
to .seo under such clrouinsiancos.
Respeclfully, ., ,
Nesto;- U. Forbes, repreaentlns Metlio
dlst >, lnstll-uo: E. R. Mc-C'lcury and
wlfe. ClirhMian Crusadeis; Mrs. M M.
Llght. J. B. Vun Houtoa V. M< Kiniion,
jnlsslonary Grace Slr.iot Baptlst Sundiy
s.'hool- john Moncure, Protestunt Epls?
copal clty nilsslunary tov Rlohiuona.
City Licenses for the
have been plneed In my hands for collee
tlon, and nro due now, aa follows:
pay thla tax
Cattle, , ,
Pttwn, ?, , .
Rallroad Tlcket, , "
Fartles falllng to
beforo APRIL ao, 19C3, wlll be subject to
tlie penulty prescrjbed by tho Clty Ordt
naiic-cs, whk'lr ln not loss Uian Jl noi
more than f-0 per dny Cor each day's busi?
ness carrled on after Aprll 30. 1903, tht
surae to bo iuiposed, by tho Pollce Jus
tlce. F. W. CUNN1NOHAM.
, Apl 15-2(Jt Collector City TuxeS.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVE.NTll AND CLAY STREET*
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
m AOM1SION, 250.
FREE O.N dATURDAYi,