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tntlons dlBtrlbUled among tbo genllemeh
and the ladles, each ativlatleh MSlgned
lo a gentleman tiiiding US compleincnt
In the words wrllten on the rIIjI held by
the lady, After th<> Rentlernefi had found
their fates by meanfl of thls lllerary lot
tery, thoy wero grouped al'mo and each
plven a pllp of pnper nnd fetjUlred to
wrlte n deocrlptlon of tbo young lndy
whom fortuno lm.rt BJrtigPed hlm, aven
oVscrlbltig her dros*. Theso descflptlona
?were then rend aloud. the young lndy de
acrlbed stnndlng while Ihe ouloery was
rend. Some of tlie prentloTr/en grew poet
Ical and onlhuBlaatlO In th?lr portrnltnre
of the young Indleq, of whnm in some
canes they hnd hnd but n gllmpsn. Rome
of Ihe efforlR to deflcrlba Iho BOHtUrnefl
?worn wero rtdlclllOUfl ln the extrem",
nnd ?ome KtirprlHngly ncctirnte. At nll
events, the writors of tim descriptlve
f'*ms In every rn*o trled to bo compll
montnry. nnd If they were mlxed on cblf
fon, t u I lo. algrettPR and poin|ions, slik
nnd s'ltln, sppllquo, omhroldory, laces
nnd Ihe vnrled fabrlos of femlnlno nppa
ren, It wm not nurprlslng.
After thls feature of the proe-r.imm",
Miss Ilohln.i recltwi n clever coquettlsh
Mt of dlalect, nnd r. spondod wlth nn
other to tlio npproclatlon nccorded her.
of Washington. wlll be tho gvniSts of Mra.
George W. Mayo thla week for the Gay
Other out-of-town guests. who wlll bo
nt tho Jeffefaon Hotel, wlll Inelude Mr.
Howard Ilnrrlsnn, of Erederlcksburg; Mr.
and Mivi. Airred fJlllott nnd Mrs. Hrlnton
Hioiie, nf Washington; Dr. McKernon, of
New York; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ven
able, of Norfolk; Mr. P.eiinohnn Cameron,
of North Carollna; Mr. Hnrrlaon Mc
I'adden, of New York; Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
M. B. Warlng, Mlsses Hnyes, Messrs. S.
K. Patterson, Edward V. Patterson and
James Ilartol, all of Baltimore.
Miss Sallie Rlchards, of New York.
and Miss f.eontlno MacArthur Tlmmson.
of Hifrtford, Cotin., are vlsltlng Miss Dou
Ise Allen Mayo.
Mrs. J. E, Blnkey nnd llttle daughter,
J,uelo, of Saluda, Mlddlesox county, have
returned home, after a plensnnt vlslt
to Mrs. Nelnon Powell, of No. 1023 West
Miss Roblnson has returned nnd la now
at home to hor frlends nt her home.
No. 922 Floyd Avenue. Wednosday the
faeulty of her school tondered hor A
receptlon from 5 to 7 1*. M. Sho was
MISS JANE ELLIS TUCKER,
Sponpor for tho Vlrrrlnla Dlvlslon U. C. V., at the Now Orlenno Reunlon. MIbs
TuoltiT ls a dangbter of Rev. Boverly D. Tuckcr^D. D., rector of St. Paul's Eplscopal
Plano boIos wero contrlbuted by Mlfif.es
Itena Gontry ond G>raco Cosby. Ices
wero served. but dld not npproclably cool
tho iu-dor of tho guntlemen'a enthuslastlo
ewtlniatea of the young ladles. Alto
gether tho evenlng was a vory pleasant
Week's Card Contest.
Tbe Mllton Work Whlst Club met at
the Woman's Club last Wednesday af?
ternoon. when Miss Florence Tylor and
Miss Bessle Smith tled Mlsa Suo Gordon
and Mrs Stuart Woodward for honors
north and south.
Mrs. Jnmes Kelth and Mrs. Armlstaad
"Wellford wero wlnners east nnd west.
? ? ?
Tho Kttte Wbeelock ,Whlst Club wlll
meet next Tuesday aftornoon at 4 :K0
o'clock wlth Mrs. D T. Wllllams, at No.
JHP East Franklin Street,
? ? *
The noxt meeting of the Stay-at-Home
Whlst Club wlll bo held ln tho homo of
Mr. Tom Mooro. neoct Tuesiay nlght
Tho Young Marled _adtes' Ci.rd Club
was benutlfully ontertalned last Thurs?
day afternoon by Mrs. Edmund L. Ben
aofi, at No. 114 North Third Streot. Mrs.
Clay Drowry, Jr., won tho flrst prlze, a
beautlful pln-cushlon. The consolatlon,
a laco hnndkerchlof, waa awarded Mrs.
After tho gamo dellclous refreshments
were servod ln coursos, Includlng brolled
uhlcken nnd long-stenimod strawberrles.
Diplomas to be Awarded,
Tho Old Domlnlon Niirscs' coniineriie
ment wlll bo held Wednesday evenlng at
8:30 in tho Medical Coliego of Vlrglnla.
Hon. s. ii. Kelloy, Dr. Chrlafopher
Tompklns and Dr. George Ben. Johnstnn
wlll bo present. Dr. Tompklns wlll award
tho dlplomiLS and Dr Georgo Hon, Jobll
nton wlll present tho gold badgos The
publlo ls Invlted to nttend. Tho names
of tho graduatos nro Miss Julla Edrlnglon
Btlff, Miss Murgaret Melvllla Wulkor,
Miss Niiiuilo Mayo Kponcor, Miss Mary
Ellzabeth Ewaid. Miss Grace Strader,
Misdr Mary C, Evans, Miss Claudlno
Copoland and Miss Anna Helle Furnoss.
Mrs. Wllllam Key Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. Randolph Howard, of Eruderlcks
burg. and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Randolph,
Keep the syBtetn in perfect order
py the occafiioiml xise of Tutt's
Liver Pills. They iregulato tho
bowels and produce
A Vlgorous Body
For niok headache, malaria, t>i 1 -
lousnesa, constipation and kindrod
plHi-aitcii an abaolute cur, ?
^UTT'S LIVER PILLSV
heartlly congratulated upon her com?
Presldent Georgo H. Denny, of Wash?
lngton nnd Bee Unlversity, who has been
visitlng Mrs. Larkln W. Glozebrook, left
for Peter: hurg thls morning.
Mrs. Claude Swanson haa presonted the
Vlrglnla tablo at tho Bazaar wlth a beau?
tlful plaqua patnted ln gold wlth vloleta
In the center.
The "Vlrglnla Volunteer." eomposed by
Miss Harrlet Boss Hlll, of Church Hlll,
nnd published by the Manly B. R&mos
Company, of thls clty. Is dedlcated to
Governor Montague. The muslc ls very
oright and lnsplrlng.
Mrs. Cornella J. Allen. of No. 221. North
Twontyflfth Street, left for Goorgia
Tuesday, neeompanled by lier daughter,
Mrs. Lamar Pound, and chlldren, where
they wlll spend several months visitlng
thulr frlends and relntlves.
? ? ?
Mr. Herbort Houchens and brother,
8ons of Dr. J. F. Houchens, of Baltimore.,
aro tho guests of Mrs. John B. Grlgg, of
? ffiarton Jroty/its.
A ooncort for the benoflt of tho Barton
Helghts Bplscopal Church wll he glven
at tho Parlsll Hall Frlday nlght, May
8th. at 8:30 o'clock.
Miss Blile Cofor and Captaln Frank
Cunnlngham wlll each render several vo
cal soloctlons, and by requeat wlll slng
Malen Burnett wlll ho the plnnlst of
the ovenlng. Miss CnUllo, nn nrcompanlst
of exceptlonal sklll, wll contrlbuto much
to tho success of tho ovenlng. Thls Is the
lnst nppearance ln publlo of Mlnses Bur
nott an.l Cofor bofore thelr departura for
Kurope, whero thoy wlll contlnue thelr
sludy of muslc, returnlng to Rlchmond
Mr. J. H. ICnott, of Ashland, who has
been visitlng Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Bev
eridgo, haa returned homo.
Mrs. A. J. Seay. of Fluvanna, Ls visit?
lng Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bady.
Miss Vlrglnla Sulo, of Nowport Nnws,
is .visitlng frlends near tho Semlnary.
Mrs. T J. Blgon. of Sabot Island, who
has beon visitlng Mrs. S. 12. Ixuig, ls now
Mr. nnd Mrs. John 11. Hardlng havo Is
sued Invltatlon* to tha twontloth unnl
versary of thelr marrlage Monday evo
nlng from 8 to 12.
Miss Vlrglnla Smith. of Newport News,
la vlsltlr.g frlend* on Brook road.
Mrs. Crovo has returned homo from
Wiishlntgon and Baltimore.
Ington und Baltimore.
Mr. Boula Wrlght, of Carolina county,
Is visitlng Mr. J. O. Jeter.
Master John Hardlng, who has beon
qulto slck, la ablo to be out.
Mrs. Hall. nf Petersburg, ls stopplng
wlth Mrs. ('. T. Wilkinson.
Re>.-. J. W. MTtchell, who hns heen
qulte slck, l? nblu tn be out.
Miss Jnsslo Wilkinson Is visitlng rela
tlves ln Petersburg.
Mr." John Cowardhi, who has been qulte
slck, has roturned to school.
Miss Cora Btown has rcturncd to Char
leston. after a vlslt to frlends here.
Mr. Burruss, of Powhatan county, ls
visitlng hls dnughtor, of Brookland Park,
Milton Croxton, of Mon^olro, Avenue.
has left for Hanover.
Mrs. Parsons ls qulto ?lck.
Miss Rllzabeth McDonald of Norfolk. Is
visitlng frlends In Brookland Park.
The C. M. A. Club wlll not moet agaln
untll the llrst Frlday la May.
MIps Ixmlsft Jones wlll leave In a few
dayi for Europn.
Mrs. Thomas Armstrong has left for
MIfs Ulllo Bllsa has returned to Prlnce
Edward, after ft. <vlelt to Miss Hettlo Klt
Edwln Moore, who has been qulte slck,
ls ablo to bn out.
Mr. T. D. Jones wlll l?ave for Peters?
burg In n few days.
Mrs. T. J. Noble nnd famlly havo left
Mrs. Throckmorton and famlly. of Wal
tOn Avenue, hnve l"ft for Alexnndrla.
Mrn. R. W. Taylor left yesterday for
Oxford, N. C.
Mrs. Allen, who has been qulte slck, ls
Mrs. Garlnnd Is qulte Bick at her homo,
on Brook rond.
Mr. John Gnrdner. of Norfolk, ln vlslt?
lng Mr. .Tnmoa Gathwrlght. of Meadow
XChostnut jftll and ??
I JCighland SParA:::
Mrs, Arnold, who has beon irpondliig
somo tlmo wlth her slster, Mrs. Kells. on
Thlrd Avenue, oxpects to leavo Monday
for Chattnnoog.a. TennH where she wlll
Joln her husband.
Mrs Cleaton, who has been qulte lll
at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Flcm
mlng, ls Homewbat lmproved.
Rov. J. B. Askow, pastor of the Hlgh
lund Park Methodlst Church, wlll prcach
at tho "Homo for Incurablo3" thla af?
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs. N. IC Vaughnn, who has been
spendlng tho Wlnter wlth her daughter.
Mrs. Woodrum, of Sallsbury, N. C, haa
returned to lllghland Park.
The Methodlst nnd Presbyterlan con
gTegatlons wlll hold a unlon protractod
meetlng, commoncSng to-nlght at the
Presbyterlan Church. Rov. Dn|vld K.
Walthall wlll bo a.sslsted by Rev. J. B.
Askew and Rev. Charles Boggs.
Mr. Roiindtree, formnrly an employe of
the Amerlcan Eocomotlvo Works, has ne
ceptcd a poslUon ln Montroal, Canada,
and wlll shortly leavo for that placo.
Miss Nannle Talley, of Manchester. who
has boen vlsltlng frlonds on Chestnut Hlll,
has returned home.
Thoso on the roll of honor at thn Hlgh
Innd Park School tho week endlng Thurs?
day. AprU 23d. nre as follows:
Senlor A-Annle I?e Carlton (IS weeks),
Mabel Beard (16). E"a Rennlo (22). Mary
Huffman (IS). ?
Intermedlato A-Besslo Bruco Marnha 1
i?) Doulse Gordon Ronnlo (21), Ruth
Rennle (23), Pattie G. Chrlstlan (24).
Junlor A-Allce D. Wllkens (_). Eula
Eowman (5), Della O. Wlngfleld (2) Re
becca Clark (U), Annlo B. Sale (4) Edna
Bowman (5), Jullan Todd (I). Atwood
'pourth Grammar Grade-Mlldred Court
ney Clark (25). Bettle Ratcllffe (2) Emlly
Cross, Besslo Cdrte? (2). Bortba Marshall.
Eighth Prlmary Grade-Marvel Arllne
Cease (3). Ida Catlln (4).
Seventh Prlmary Grade-Doulse Austln
(7) Wallace Holdon (2). Lllllan Agatha
Grky (7). Claire A. Shafer (7).
Sixth Prlmary Grade-Sadlo Propst (9).
Eoulse Ilenley (3), Ellzabeth Spratley
Thomas Starko (2), Dealle Dovino, Frank
Rennlo (2), Blatacha Huffman, Mattio
Fourth Prlmary Grado-John Devlna (2),
Hunter Chrlstlan, and Harry Carter.
Llttlo Miss Ellen O'Brlen. who has been
qulte 111, Is slowly lmprovlng.
Miss Pattlo Gordon Chrlstlan, of Ches
sca Hlll, haa been vlaltlng frlends ln
Mrs Dr. Konny, who has been spendlng
somo 'tlmo wlth her mother, Mrs. Colvin,
has returned to Chicago.
Miss Janet Quarles. of Hanover county,
has beon vlsltlng Miss Evelyn Weaver.
Cards are out announclng tho marriage
of MJss Edna Gre-shoro. to Mr. Davld
Johnston. of Richmond.
Mrs. Jennlo Lambort, who has been vls
lttng her slster. Mrs. Epps, at Glen. Al
len, has returned home.
Mrs Ernest Mosby. of Augusta county,
who hns been visitlng her mother-ln-law.
Mrs. Andrew Mosby. has returned home.
There will be no preachlng at Hlghland
Pnrk Methodlst Eplscopal Church to
" Mrs". Wllls. of Powhatan county, ls vis?
itlng Mrs. Charles W. Vaughan.
| HldHLABOD SEPDBDSQtQS.' ?
The German class mot wlth Mrs. G. T.
Colllns on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Buchannon. of the Passenger nnd
Power Company. lvas aranged to havo
tho last car from Rlchmond delayed untll
11-30 for tho accommodation of members
of tho Wednosday Club and patrons of
the festlval on Monday and Tuesday
Work hns nlready begun on the lm
provements on the car llne.
Mr. Blrdlo Bltchlo, of Klng Wllllam
county. has rented a homo In Hlghland
Sprlngs for tho summer months, and wlll
movo hls family hero durlng May.
Tho Mlsses Atklsson entertalned a few
of thelr frlends Frlday ovonlng In honor
of thelr guost, Miss Brlll, of Georgla.
Mr. and Mrs. Mathows will occ.upy Dr.
Chlld'a resldence f?r the sum-roor.
The attractlvo offlco that ha.s stood on
Maln Street. ls to he moved to Holly
Avenuo and transformed Into cosy resl
Mre. Vlnols' new homo ls rapldly near
Ing oompletlon, and wlll bo a beautlful
nddltion to thls already popular suburb.
Tho muslcnl and lltnrary entertalnment
to havo been hold on Aprll 14th at IJttle
Trinlty and postponed on nccount of Iwid
weat hor, wlll tako place Weduesdny
?vent.-.g. Aprll 2?th. Wagons wlll meet
tho cars at Hopp's Bane untll 8:20 P. M.
Tho Hlghland Sprlngs school roll of
honor Is n.s follows: Charllo Drake. Rob?
ert Drnko, Douglas Kldd, John Murann,
Wllllo Murano, Henry Mnrano, John
Trlmmer. Beola Brothers, Bosa Drnko,
Jnno Kldd. Ruth PoIIard, Joslo Pollard,
Esther Stlles, Henrletta Trlmmer.
I _m RICHMOND, I
Bessle's I,ambs Soclul Club cnme down
On tho 7:.10 car Monday evenlng In Bplte
of tha Incleimmt weather nnd wore re
celved nt Woodhine, the home of Hugo
Ftege who ls a member of the club, nnd
who entertalned them ln hls cnstonviry
lavish manner. A Joyous evenlua was
spent in muslo nnd gamos untll a lato
hour whon tho Uimhs bc.nrdod tho IB'-'O
car for Rlchmond. The followlng were
present: Mlsses Bcssie Plowmunn. Hva
Splere, Jessla Oox, Mary Jones, Dlzzle
Torbeck, Messi-s. Robert Holdswnrth,
Henry Torberk, Joseph Buhlellsi-, Hugo
Ftege. Jnmos Agnew. a inembm of. the
club. was dotalned at homo through bc
rlous lllness, nnd Miss Alma Beec.harn
left a few days sluco for a vlslt'to frlenda
lu New York.
An orror ln lnst week's nob's stated
tliat Mr. Dlotrlch lui-d taken charge ot'
the new poultry plant at Rose Bawn. Ho
hus meroly tnken a contract to oroct the
bullflings for tho sume.
Jameg Hall has taken possosslon of a
houso on the Mcssereaux estato.
Mrs. B. C. Miller ls visitlng hor daugh?
ter. Mrs. Fleok, In Phlhidulphla.
Mr. B*slle Watsou la having erected an
w'tll. ahil hnd n aplendld apr'tlto. My rtcov?ry wnt oiilok n.ftcr thnt, fu.d 71 "^ / ~
withln ibree tnotitha more r waa tn p-rtt-rt htaltli. 1 mn ao pkmswI wlth ?/ /
th? ?.ffect? ,of Wine of CaiJui and isbidly do I wrlte jou of niy ex. ?/ r
perlence. ' Recordw Order of the E&sttern Btar.
By perfectly regulating the mcnstrual flow Winc ? Cardui niakea
thousands of cures that no other treatment in the world can make. The
most obstinate cases of bcaring-down pains yield to Wine of CarduL
Women who take this medicine don't have days of agony every month.
We ask you to try Miss Ferguson's experiment with Wine of Car?
dui. If you are suffcring and see no relief akead of you, take Wine of
Isn't Wine of Cardui worth a simple trial after all Miss Ferguson
has said about it?
All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
If you think you need advice, address, giving symptoms, "The La
dies' Advisory De?
partment," The Chat
tanooga Medicine Co.,
attractlve flve-room cottngo. whlch wlll
bo completed about tho mlchllo of May.
Durlng the past week thero havo been
mnny nppllcatlons for tho houso recontly
vacated by Mr. Louro.
I mm hgil I
Mrs. Jeff Nclson and llttlo son, Master
Rhca Nelson, spent a dellghtful after?
noon last Tuesday nt tho homo of iMrs.
E. O. Gatildings.
Mr. Buck, ownor of tho largest saw
mlll ln IBvnover county. had the mls
fortuno to lose a very flne mule, which
brOko a blood veseel whlle drawlng a
Tho members of both Wlnn nnd Craw
ford Temperanco Ifntons are busy plan
nlng for tho quartcrly meotlngs of the
Hanover CIrcult, to bo held at Walnut
Grovo Baptlst Church nbout the lst of
Juno. Thls meetlng wlll comprlse four,
unlons, viz.: "AVinn," "Crawford," "I-Iew
let" and "Ashland."
Mrs. A. Jeff Nelson hns Just returned
from a vlslt to her mother, Mrs. Sydnor,
Miss Crutchfleld, of Wnlnut Bano, has
returned from a vlslt to her nleca.
Tho Sunheam Society of Wnlnut Grove
Church wlll hold a meetlng next Sunday
Mrs. Jullan Acree's llttlo child Is slck
wlth meosles at her homo near Black
Qulto an excltcmont was caused ln
thls nelghborhood at an early hour Wed
nesday morning last by the appearanco
of a mad dog. whlch blt a number of
doga beforo ho was kllled. About flf
teen or twenty p?rson.s Went ln pursult
and flnally succeeded ln kllllng lt on tho
Green Meadow Farm.
Miss Mosolle Roblns, who has been vls?
ltlng her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Johr, for the past few weeks, has return?
ed to Richmond.
Mrs. M. Syler visltod her daughter Mrs,
Ed Fnrman Kia been lndtsposed for
An entertalnment was given at Mr.
H. D. Goddln's on Wednosday evenlng for
the bnnefit of Antioch Church. Qulto a
nent sum was reallzod.
Em.jftt A. Furd.aur vlslted frlends at
Dlghtfoot durlng tlio week.
I mm rais, |
Thero wlll be a ple;party glven at the
Seven Plnes Pavllllon'noxt Tuesday even?
lng nt 8 o'clock for the benoflt of Ccrrlnth
M. E. Church.
Tho second quarterly mootlng of the
Seven Plnes cbargo wlll be held in Llttlo
Trlnity Church (Crelghton Roiul) Mon?
day, Juno lst, tho hour to bo glven later.
Tho Sunday precedlng thero wlll be
proachlng by tho presldlng elder, R. H.
Mra. W. Whltesldo Is very slck. Dr.
Leftwlch is ber physiclan.
Mrs. Crosswoll ls tho guest of Mrs. XV.
I Jfiutton 7/ews, i
Peoplo's Drug Store.
Captaln C. Ia. Gay has resumed work
on hls launch "Blna," whlch wlll bo hls
home upon cornpletlon. The boat la forty
ono feot long and will mako flfteon knots
an hour. The hull of tho boat was bullt
by Captaln Gay and hls wlfo in hla yard
Rev. Mr. Ball, of Richmond Collego,
wlll supply tho pulplt of Fulton Baptlst
Church at both sorvlces to-day. Tho
church wlll probably recolvo noxt week
a deflnlto answar to tho call extended
Rev. J. Emorson Hlcks, of Chicago, two
weeks ago. It ls very llkely that Rev.
Mr. Hlcks wlll docllno tho call. for lt
ls rumored ho wlll bo ealled to tbo Flrst
Baptlst Church of Danville.
Rov. R. A. Goodwln, rector of St. John's
Church, wlll occupy tho pulplt of Weddoll
Memorlal Chapel to-nlght and wlll admln
Rov. E. B. Snead, tlie rector, will f 111
hls pulplt at tho morniiis uorvlca
MISS MAItOAItET REED,
of Portsinouth, Ohlof Mulil of Hunor to tho Vlrglnla Hponsor nt the New
Klljnh D. 'Mnker, ln Bichmond durlng thu
Tho rull of honor of Moadow Statlon
School Is ii? follows: Cloveland Bol
toms. Tomuiic liottoni.s, Valentlne Ilurt,
DudYey Ch:i.ldlck, Ellcn Appcrson. Ovlyu
Rtoorhard, Wargle Brlslrtwell, Ada iiur
Mrs. J. A. I' f has jfona-to Mlehlgan
ig vlslt her prother,
E. H. Winn wvnt to llicliiiion.l on Mon?
day to purcbasu hls >.to.-|-. ot sprlng goods,
and hls store now preseilts - Vl,ry
tlco appearauce. }
Ruv. Goorgo 11. Sliorlff '.idtl oooupy the
pulplt of llurdy Central Baptlst Church
Rov. A. A. Jonea, >f Dtsnny-Strent M. E,
Cluirch, |a vlsltlng ln Norfolk. 111a pulplt
wlll bo l'llled at tlio moriiliig hour by
Rev. R. Blaer und at nlght by ltov. Georgo
11. WlUiy. Rey, Mr. Jonea wlll roUirti to
tho clty noxt week.
Tlie. rogular sorvlces will bo bold thla
atteruoon ut Muutroso Chapol. Ruv. U. B.
Eggleston, tbo pastor, wlll ocoupy hla
Mr. Charles Kldwoll has roturncl from
B.oston. Mr. Kldwell went to that clty
iroin hero on tha tug Aniilo. la u?:i.?unt
unglnour. The voyago wab ,'ory rough,
but tho tug and crow stood the trlp vury
well. Thp Annio waa sobl rucentl r to a
K. 1,. Harrlaon'a drug store and tho
tbico pousoa iittuoliud wlll begiu lo rull
lo-uwi'uw imMJibiaf to thtir now uomo,
ono squaro bolow, on Boulslnna, Stroot.
For tho flrst tlmo ln thls city, tho ntom
wlll be ln operatlon whlle lt ls bolng
Mr. H. J. Hunt, who for several ywvrs
has been connected wlth tho Chesapeako
and Ohio Rallway, ln tlrls clty, has boon
traiiBferred to tlio Blg Sandy Road, In
Mrs. John Hunter, of Fulton Hlll. ls
qiilto slck at her residonco. '
Mr. John Demons, who was lnjured last
Tuesday, Ib stlll confined to hls rcsl
depco on Boulslana Streot
The Badles' Auxlllary Society of I>.-nny
Streot M. H. Cliurcjh aro holdlng a
bazaar at tho corner of Stale and Fultou
Mr. Edward Slegeford. of Pennnylva
nla, Is on a vlstt to old frlends.
Mr. Harry Kay, who hns been 111 for
several wook.s, with typhold fover, ls ablo
to fiit up.
Mrs. Annle Greenlng, who for a num?
ber of years radded h-re, but for tho
past ton yenrs has been livlng ln Englond,
haa roturned to Fulton to resldo wltli
Mesdamos Lowls BrcadHvlnner and John
Hlcks, who wero called to Fulton several
wooks ago to tho bedsido ot thelr broth?
er, John Alvls, wlll leave to-day for Ea?
ton, New Moxico, thelr homo.
Mrs. Amerlcus Bnsstnger Is qulto slck
at her resldenco on Fulton Hlll.
Mr. R. C. Atklnson, who haa been visit?
lng frlends, left yestorday for Taono,
where he wlll vlslt frlends and wlll thon
return to Crlttendon, hls homo. '
Tho Cup of Cold Water Circlo of tho
Klngs Daughters anfi Sons wlll moet
Monday nlght wlth Mrs. R- Nelsen. of
Mabcl, tho llttlo daughter of Chlef
Fred Rlco, who hns been 111 for several
months. is improving.
Tho Badles' Auxlllary Society of Donny
Strcet M. E. Church will meet to-morrow
nftornoon wlth Mrs. John Wann, of Nleh?
Dr. J. Cleary Blanton. of Varina, left
yesterday for New York, from where h?
wlll Ball next Tuesdny for Llvorpodl. Dr.
Blanton wlll take a speciai courso In hls
Arthur Turner, Who Shot John Cole?
man, has Not Been Arrested.
(Speclal to Tlio Timcs-Dlspateh.)
DBAKEBVTIiE, N. C, April 25.?Ar?
thur Turner, who shot and wounded
John Coleman, colored, has never been
arrested. It haa nover been learned Why
ho shot tho negro, but lt ls sold that tha
negro curBed hlm aa he was golng on
homo. The shootlng occurred on Monrog
Streot. Tumor flrod at tho negro four
tlmos, ono ball taking afrect ln tha arm,
brealtliiK tho bona,
The cotton flra near tho Uly Mlll waa
a vory heavy loss. Tlio flro atarted from
a spark from a passlng traln. Loss
about .$7,000. Parttally Itisurod.
Tho town electlon, whlch ls to be held
hero tlio 4th of May, Is creatlng a lot ol
tnllc Tlio questlon Is whethor or not
wo ishall vcte bonds for street improve-.
Boakcsvlllo ls to have a new Mothoalst
chucch ln" tho noar fulure, Tho bulldlng
wll! bo eroctod on Henry Street. The
cost Wlll bo about JT.,000.
Mr. Jones W. Norman was marrled to
Miss Dwln Korap "Wodncsday nlght. The
groom ls a promlnent and prosperoua
InsuranJce agent, and tho brldo belng
one of <the folrost and most accompllshecT
young ladles of tho town.
!j Table Peanhes, per Can- 7o
II Sugar Gorn, 7o or 4 cans-25c
??dms REniBfiTlfliSIS 119 Camied Tomatoes, 7 cts. or^
4 fer?.? ??**>
99 Fial Gan Salrnort, 3 for.25c
1 Graied Pine-apples, per can 7a
Large Ganned Pie Peaches, per can -. 7o
3 Cans Polted Tongue or Ham for.10c
Large Gans Virginla Tomatoes, per can.?? Oo
Ghlpped Beef 9c!s. can. or 3 for.25o
Dunlop's Clty Meal, por bushel, | O
65c; per peck. a V?C
Chlpped Boef ln 1 C~
11b cnns. u
Best Granulatod Bugoi-, per A\_\Aq
pound . '~*
Snow Flaka patent family tlnur25C
$3,00 Bbl. or per bng.
Blon or Cardova Coffee, ln Q\q
1-pound packnge . -
Oood 2-Strlng Brooms, 10c; :i- _()r
Strlng. 12c; 5-Btrtng Brooms, -**"'-'
Best Amerlcan Sardlnes, A\q
,can .???, _
1-pound pacltage Boneloss Cod- ?j?
Pufl' Matches, ^C
Bniall Bmrthfleld Hams, J 5^
per pound . .
Moiinlaln Roll Butter, \ 5C
per pound .
Slar or Rod Scnl Byo, ^q
box .?. ._
Rollod Onts, in 2-pound paokagoa, y^,
New N."c'.'n'oe HerrJngs, W 1-3 | g~
bnrrcl, or ilozon .
Devllod Cratis, McMonamln'a -JA
Brand, 1-1 !'? cnns lso, B-lb. cans wW
Shnlla furnlalied wlth each can,
10 cent box _7r
lO-pntiud pail PreBcrves, home- C Cf.
mado . *JU\*
Bhuikcyo Poas, Cn
por quart . * *"
New Barley, ^Sc
0 pound for . *4%J\*
New Carolina Rice, ^Kn
Hlx pounds .- ^C
Burgo Irlsh Potatoes, Ifi/i
por peck . I~l"
Bnrg.i box Muatard /\?
Good Crenm Cheesa, He,, or 8 TCp
pounds for . ~~.
Jiiat rw?lved New Cut Her- 1 "J^
rlnga, por dozeri. -.
Duffy's Mnlt Whlskey, R^C
per bottlo . uufc/
Arbuckle's Arlosa Coffeo, 1 f\
por pound ... ?. '??
Good Ground Pepper, por | f\ _
Elght Brown Sugar, por A
Glbson XXXX, Mt Vornon and Or*
car Pepper Whlskoy, per bot- KPlp
20o.; por barrol
Sllvor Klng Flour, por bag, (PA | (
Good Lard, Q^.
per pound . ^~
Kont.on Valley -i-yaar-olfl C*^ nn
Ryo AVhlnkey, por gallon, ?!'*???
Slx pounds New Callfornla "JC^
Bmoked, Fresh or Cornod Call- | | -
fonila ITams. per pound. * * V
Puro Cidor Vlnogar, ^Of*
per gallon . __VV
l eakea llnlf-Pound Baklng /^r
Chooolato for . f ^
Blackberry or Catawba Wine, | A
per quart. * VJt'
Old Peaoh and Apple iS") flfl
Brnndy, per gallon. ,p.?Wv'v?
Gold Dust "Washing I'owder. C-,
two for. ^C
Houio-Mado Preaervea, la llvo- "2f|r?
pound palls .????-. *^X
Quart Mason Jars Syrup. Ap- | f)*,
plo Butter or Jelllea, each? ~ "
Hlg Heductlon ln Tca?j Our Regular 60c
lor 50c; Our 80c mr -ttlc; Our
40c (or 25c Ib,
New Callfornla Peeohee, por O
i'uoke.1 llam. p<ir J ^W~%C
pound.? ??- /Z2r"
Ijirgo Canned Aaparagua, 20c? C/"),-,
nr throo cans for . MVy
Eloven bara Jolinny Cako Sonp 'Jt+r
Cpngrees Hall Whlakoy. in Rf)n
quart bottlea . u^
WliMowa.sh Bruahes, 15. 20 2=)C
aud .~. ^?^!
Suur Plcklea, J\\c
per gallon . *?*
Dunlop Brownatuff or Rran, <!? I (1 B
por hundred . ?P * ?V,M
Imported Port or Sborry Wlno. -y e,,
per bottle . W^v
M. Bhoa B
?arly Rose, Potatoes Per Bushol 75c.
~ A BUNCH OF BARQAMS.
ot Bonp 8 In box, 10c; Ootajron Soap, 4c. bar; Johnny Cake
Hed Keal Bye, 4c can; Houschold Ainmonla. 5c bottle; large
g' pounds for Mo.i Bell Btaroh, two puokagos, t.-., tvory
ago; Sapollo, 7c. paokng?: Hon Ami, 4c caka; Band Soap, for
p.'; Pcarllno, 2 paokugas 6ai lioM Dust, 5c sizo. HOW 1c;
a'V'poiinds for 6c; Biuunellno Stove t\>lish, 4c can; Mut-on Shoe
box; Biulics' Shoe breaalng. 6c bottle; li-tfun Glut;, 4c bottlt; T.
klng 2 boxes 6c; Cutlculu Tollet Soap. a bara 6c.
1820-1822 Eftsi Maln Strea!.
liell 'Phone, 316.
6QG Ea$t Marshalf Streot,
Bt'll 'Phone 34.
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