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COHEN'S ONE CLEARING
The Least Priced Wash Fabrics in
America They Were and Now
the Clearing Sale.
The Bniirftlte Etflnilnes that hnve boen
2Se thl.?? season are f" 1-Slc.
Finest Imported Scotch Ginghams,
nearly yard wide, for O l-2c,
12 l-2r. Sea Island Percales, 7 fl-4e,
Mercerl?od Oxfords, Instead of 12 l-2o,
am ? 1-2<\
R5c Skirting Poplin*?. IBe.
Embroidered Imported Batiste, , 25o
value, .12 1-2r.
40-lnoli wide Black Organdy will be
Silk Warp Batiste Jacquard flgure?
and printed. In organdy designs,
made to sell for 1.0c, prlco lf>c.
Chalilos and Batiste?fancy printing?
sold all tho season for 6 l-4c and
8 l-8o, your pick from the lot for
Etamlno Organd?es, were 89c, will bo
Silk Voiles, .In fancy ^embrolrtercfl*
champagne colors, were CUc, for .15c.
Silk Taffetas, wero 26o all tho sea?
son, aro 12 l-2c.
Bourette. Voiles, were SBc, for 18 I-2c.
Poplin Shirting Aladras, for shirts and
alilrt waist suits, was 45c, for
Imported Organdies, sold nil tho sea?
son for 2<"ic, are marked IB l-2e.
40-Inch Batiste, Instead of 12 l-2c, for
12 l-2o Cannon Cloth for ft l-2o.
The Clearing of White Goods
Gives our public thousands of yards of the finest fabrics
that have been offered this season, at such prices that it seems
that all of them would be taken up in a single day. '
"White Organdy?6,100 yards to bo sold?
was 19c a yard, price will bo ?S ?t-lo.
Imported Mercerized Oxfords, the
same quality eold first of tho season
, at 2So, sales -price 10c. I
Lot of Fancy "Weave Sheer Mercerized
Fabrics, made to sell at 25c, price
now 12 ?-2c.
French Pique Welt, the same quality
that has been 2">c, sales prlco 12 l-iso.
6,000 yards of Persian Lawn, also a
case of Pin Check "Dimities, only de?
livered by tho Importer flvo daye
ago; tho lowest price has been 16c,
this salo price 10c a yard.
Full Tard Wide India Linons, ?i 3-4o.
The first time In the history of White
Goods selling-, 40-Inch Imported In-,
dia Linons, have sold readily all the
season at 25c, sales prlco 15c and
Embroidered Dot. India Tenons, Im?
ported from England, 2d? the best
price hitherto, sales price 12 l-2o.
Largo lot of Nainsook and Long Cloth.
- that havo been 19c and 25c, sales'
price 12 l-2o and 10 2-?? a yard.
2 yards wide Block French. Organdy,
the quality that usually sells for $1,
tho clearing price aiSo.
200 ploces of English Long Cloth, In-.
stead of $1.89, Is OSo a piece of 12
26 pieces of Sheer French Nainsook,
value COc, sales prlco 36c a yard.
Cream White Paris Mousseline, value
G9c, sales price .HBo.
40-lnch India Linons, our best 12 l-2o
grades all the season, sales price
'?? 10 l-2o. '' ?
"12 l-2o Corded Piques, 7 3-4o.
19c Mercerliied Striped Madras,
60? Silk Embroidered Poplins. 2"5c,
And so for tho rest of our wonderful
"Wt?lto Goods stock.
Clearance Sale of Em
Is not for a lot of old stock,
but all fresh, pe\v goods out
of the: warehouse. They have.
been. the best bargains the
town has ever seen heretofore,
but the mark down for this
sale is over twelve hundred
dollars. . r ?
Hundreds of yards of Embroideries
you cannot buy under 25c anywhere
are here for 12 l-2c a yard.
Wo have sold theso 60c to 75c Embroid?
eries for 35c; Monday's clearing price
will bo 25c a. yard.
There arc Embroideries tor Re, Sc ana
i>c. all about half price.
What the Clearance Sale
Has Done for Mattings.
12 l-2c a yard for Linen Warp Mat?
tings, carpet patterns, were 20c and
3?c a yard for Heavy Jolntless China
Mattings, close weaves, were 20xs
20c a yard for the best 30c China Mat?
JIIOc for 3x2 yard Matting Rugs.
35c a yard for Sultana Carpets, car
pot effect on one side, matting the
18c a yard for Heavy Floor Oil Cloth,
usual 25c grade.
21c for 1x2 yard Linen Window
Shades, all colors.
Trunks and bags.
Trunks and Traveling Bags, every
kind and at cut prices to make room
for fall carpets.
25c Hosiery, 'l2^c.
I2?C?? a- pair?Several hun?
dred dozen Women's Stock?
ings; the greater portion of
them are the open lace, that
sold at 17c, and fancy styles
made to sell at 25c.
XOo a pair?Women's White Sheer
Gauze Lace Stockings.
2f?c a pair?Tho new shades of Green
Stockings for -women, also the white.
In dropstltch or plain, black allover
lace, plain black gauze lisle, black
Imported Richelieu ribbed lisle and
all the new tans In lace lisle. Tho
average values are 37 l-2o to 50c.
Now You Buy Our Un
at a clearance sale reduction.
We do not limit quantity, but
hold in reserve the number of
da3*s that they will be sold at
40c White Snltine Linen, 28c.
Finest Whiskey "Doylies, that cost
$1.75 a dozen", for Bo each.
$2 Linen Table Damask for **il.3B a
2 yards wide Grass Bleached Table
Damask, !M)o a yard/
$3.25 Double Damask Dinner Napkins.
full 3-4 size, for f*?"* a dozen.
Usual Toc Dinner Napkins, BOo a dozen.
v Samo Linen Towels, regularly $2 a
dozen, for 12 1-ito each.
50c Hemstitched Damask Towels, ?lBo.
Bleached Towelling?absorbent?lo a
Lot. of Turkish Wash Rags, ueually
25c a dozen, are 2 for le,
Ribbon Prices.Were Low
But the Clearance Sale
makes them seem high by
4-lnch All Silk Ribbons, In every shade,
mado to sell at 19c, aro Ilo a yard.
Mill Ends of Plain and Fancy Rib?
bons, worth 25c to 35c, for 10c a
White Satin Taffeta Ribbons, with
? floral designs, sold for Eoe, now
12 l-2o a yard.
4-lnch White? 25c Satin Taffeta Rib
bone, ino a yard.
6-lnch Cardinal "Moire Ribbons, worth
39c, for Hie a yard.' '
5-inch White Satin Taffeta Persian
Ribbons, worth 42c, for 2fio a yard.
10-yard Spool Satin Blbbons, 8o a
.275 Dozen Corsets
Were priced S5o to 50c, clearing pTlce
Another lot of Corsets, were priced to
80c, choice BOo; all sizes In both lots.
Clearance of Appliqne
Scarfs and Shams.
622 wero priced 20c to 69c, Monday's
sale price 2?c.
Lot of Ball Fringe, In desirable color?
ings, for 2c a yard.
Stamped Centerpieces, priced up to
12c, some thirty dozen, each, tie.
We Have 1,000 Dozen Palm Leaf Fans Which We Will Close Out
at 9c. Dozen.
Time-Honored Old Virginia Re?
sort More Popular Than
GAIETY GAINS MOMENTUM
(Bpeclal |p The Tlrnfi-l)|iir?(ch.)
liUUK RIDGE .Sl'KIN'US, Julv ;i...This
lime honored old Virginia mountain re
?on i? again ?? t 1h> summer une for
supremacy, and l",lUg Hint al the ijrop
id the seashore's rope, lb leading by innre
than, a ned', lu th? number mal quality
of li'-r giH.-.t-?.
'x\.t: liuukiugb are largo, an4 inanv aie
the dally entries beili? made by th?aa
\s;i<i corno e.iriy to--stieure the nick of the
ruoiii?. or very of to p some favored room,
that in like honre, haying been ?ecuplttd
?? ahon after seaeoii,
t?? liai) nf ?animer ealii*? is al rend y
lulling, and ??.?? day lind* It moving
fawler. from Ihe bawling alley, the bail?
und fins ?.?ve ruarked th? volcc-n of the
mountains, and sent tho children of tho
wild into sufo retreat.
MUSIC IN THE All!,
Music hR'i filled tho nlr' by night, and
the .ball-room ?gain wears Us gala dress.
Tennis, and "lovo" uro again consort?
ing on the green sloping lawn, whllo
clock-golf, whist and euchro aro setting;
the pace. The devil Is herel Our
thoughtful host, Mr, Phil F. Brown, hue
bought iihn for tho ontorlnlnmcnt of hi?*
guests, and .(he old gentleman In thn
gulct of a boy's top, makes merry ????????**
men, and knocks them; out Just us ho doos
In i'-xi) life. The tamn Is novel and cx
clting?, and the popularity o[ "tlio devil
among tho tailor**" ia m-cured.
Tho Blue Ridge Spring, clear, cold und
curativo, Is a mecca to the guests, who
aro in search of either health or (Ippo?
lito. Wuo Jtliluo's long sustained n-pu
latlon for daintiness and comfort Ih being
llvi-u up to In a royal way. ?nul the "com
iorlB of homo aro delightful realities,"
Till?" KlltST (?HUMAN.
BJuo 1.|??|??? us usual 'leads lu tho ilrst
gorma? of tlu? season, with the Rounoku
(?orinan Club, to grace Ilio occasion with
twenty-llir-o t*QU'pl??, und a generous
*-?Ji'piy of 8taevi
The clubs t-j.lui tniln arrived at nine
uixl at nlne-thll"ty the ball \yau on, with
.Mi. ?. G., l-'lfcgiii. Il-? president of Iho
club, doliie the honui'S In his usual mat.?
terly waj?._No n^ed?Hr-i-all It a succ?s?.
j ????? ?very ono hnpwa that whim youth
und beauty meet, tlio hours fly with fairy
! Arrivale ore the topic of the rbiJ". ?nd
? some of tie? lut? rolliti!, uro: Mrs. .Ino.
' urris ani Mik* Fumilo Lewis, of Itlcil
i inoinl; \\l,o ?ile always suro of a wann
J welcome; Uf, and .Miti, Uun-lol-?)- il-iiks?
We find that the enormous business we have done in May and
June has led us into extravagant buying. In round numbers we
Seventy Thousand Dollars More Goods
than we had a year ago. Our surplus is enough stock for a large
store in Richmond. It is absolutely necessary?in fact it is impera?
tive?that this surplus be sold in the next thirty days. \In midsum?
mer there is only one way to.create a large demand for. merchan?
dise: Cut prices so that even shrewd shoppers cannot afford to fore?
go such bargains. Never in the history of this, old store has there
been such immense price reductions, because there has never been
such an urgent necessity for it. All of our best and most seasona?
ble goods are included. But remember that this cut only holds good
until a safe limit is reached.. We will not sell goods below cost
longer than is necessary to accomplish our object.
?OTE.==For obvious reasons during the continuance of this
sale our liberal policy in taking back or exchanging goods must be
limited to two days after purchase is made.
Clearance Sal? Prices of Notions,
Leather Goods, Veilings, Etc.
10 gross Household Ammonia, a l-2o.
80 Perfumed Talcum Powder 8c.
Turkish 13ath Soap, large cakes,
1 l-2c. .
Colistier'? Crushed Rose Toilet Water,
, J5o a bottle.
Rogers and Gallef s Vera Violetto
Extract. 4Sc on ounce.
lOo Dress Shields, ?e a pair.
Crowley's Soft Finish Machine TTiread,
3 spools ?br Bo.
Mercerized Embroidery Cotton, 2 l:2o
a spool. i
Mourning Pins, 3 boxes for Bo.
Hat Pins, 3c a dozen.
6 nieces White Tape for 3c.
lOo and 12 l-2o Foundation Collars,
10 gross Pearl Buttons sold for 16c.
for 8c a dozen.
BO pieces Handsome Chiffon Veiling?,
made to seil at 35c and 45o, Monday
lBo a yard. '
25 Ready Made Veils, sold for $1.26 and
$1.60, for 7"5o. each:
300 p'leiies of .Tewclry, sold for 15o te
25c, for Be'each.
2 Golf Hat Pins. In caddy, I.Oe.
BO Bone Slick Fans, -worth $1.75 to
$2.50, choice 8?>c.
10 gross Fans, with ohalns, 4c each.
260 Crushed .'Leather Belts, sold for
25c and 45c. all colors^ 1 Oc each.
200 Colored Hand Bags, sold for lOo,
j 25c and 60c, choice 10c.
Hand Bags, sold for $1.25, $1.60 and
$1.75, choice any BOe.
White Duck Belts for Be each. .?'
Clearance Sale Price of
Colored Dress Goods.
Silk and Wool Chalilos, that sold for
29c to 60c, clearance price lHc.
.All Wool Voiles, the 4Sc kind, for 25c.
Silk Finished Mohair Sicilians, In1
blues and browns, 60c kind, for 3l*c.
Best $1.25 French Voiles, 48 Inches
wide, for ????.
50c All Wool French Batiste, full dou?
ble width, 20c. ? ^
The Most Beautiful
They were, but the clearing
sale makes them a great loss
to us. We can't keep them
In the Lot at 88c
Wo place all the'Whlto Lawn and In?
dia Linen Shirt Waists that have
been the prettiest In town up to $2.25,
choleo SSc.' .
Waists at $1.25?Imported medallion
trimmed, wero $2,60.
Waists at B?c?All the White Lawn
and India Llnon Waists, ? that have
been 69c to !)Sc. !
$1 Waists for 50c
Printed etamlnes, the newest this sea
. son's tailor mado designs.
$2.50 China Silk Waists for $l.liO,
black or white, all alzes,
Hand Made India Silk Waists, lace
trimmed, that should be $3,76, clearing
New Curtain Prices
260 pairs $2 Nottingham Lace Cur?
tains, ijtJ.?f? a pair; assorted designs.
Muslin Curtains, with tucks and ruf?
fles, Hue a pair,
Sllkoliiips, floral patterns, sheer qual?
ity, tic a yard.
for full size beds, fixtures coraploto,
Clearance Sale of White
India Linon Suits,
Some 300 of Marquise make
at 25 per cent, less than their
wholesale cost. The styles are
the best of the season?prices
were to have been $5.75 to
$25. Monday, the price will
begin at $3.75 to $12.50.
Now Cotton Bourette Suits, were HfB,
will bo ?""2.
Silk Suits, In newest designs, were
$12.60 to $26, the clearance price will
be ?"tT.Tr. to ??12.??.?
275 White Skirts, 98c to 81.24,
Wero $1.60 to $2 values.
Also ?n salo Printed Cannon Cloth or
Duck Skirts?light or dark colors
prices were GOc to ?l.CO, tho clearance
salo prlco will be *'f""e to $1. .
This ready made garment store sells
hundreds of garments at half price
In order to close many small lots.
Clearance Sale of Bathing Suite -
Were ?2.48 to 512.50. are fl.BO to ."JS.riO.
Closing of Children's Dresses
at half their cost--10c to IM. ,
Supply Your Infants'
All the most beautiful Whlto Caps,
that wero sold for 69c, are on a coun?
ter, choleo ???; many'hundreds to
Handsome and "Newest Embroidery
Wash Hals, were sold to $3'M, prices
?ft 1. ""??*' to 1?-.
Infants' Dresses ('
to five years of age, nearly twelve
hundred tn ho sold,' almost every
'.stylo; prices will be 10c i? ??.?,?,
"Reduction o?,a full half."
Lot of Infunts"' Bibs will be sold for
,'ti* each, luce edge.
Throwing Away Laces.
Hundreds of pieces bought
to sell double the clearing
price sale figures.
Heavy German Torohon Laces, Edg-'
logs and' Insertlngs, sold for 12 1-2c,
for Be a yard.
Tenerlffo and other Trimming Laces,
the latest Importation, 25c value, for'
So and lOo.
Dress Trimmings and Wash Laces, tho
entire lot?several counters full?will
bo 3c and Be a yard.
Applique Laces that were 60c will be
lBo a yard.
Hand Embroidered Laces that sold to
$1 will bo BOo a yard.
Allovcr 'Laces will be 10c, 3Bo ?nd?
3l)e a yard: some of them were $L.
Several Hundred dozen Val.
Laces, priced up to 48c, clear?
ing sale price 25c a dozen.
The Stock of Muslin Underwear
taJ<es up an aisle; also half a warehbusei The sale is on. second
floor. The same fine garments/that wc have offered the past
two weeks. ?
Gown? that cost to $1.B0, hundreds to
choose from, of the light, dainty
mimmor Kiwis, placed In ono lot, at
?0 doeen plain, well made downs, with
tucked yokes, Instead of 48c, are 2ilo
Gowns that cost to 76o aro In a choice
All Gowne up to $1 are <-8? each.
60o Gowns will be iWe.
All the CVowns that sold to ?2.10,
oholco 08o. /
All the Corset Covers that sohl at
88c, . choleo BOc.
Cholee ot 38iTHandeome Lace Trimmed
Corset Covers, ?Bo.
All tho Lace Trimmed Umbrella l?tif-'
fie 76c Skirts, clearing price' BO?.
????? of the handsomest skirts ever
shown In tho city for ?2.10, every va?
riety of trimming, choleo 08e.
Lot of ?! dozen Vory inno White
Hklrts, bought recently, that eoet.to
$1.60, sales prlco will ho f 1.2B t?
Tho Best Home Made Drawers, with
tucks, that usually cost 25o, are IB?.
44e and '4Rr Drawers, in a variety o?
the newest styles, choice 21??.
60c Blouser Corset Covers, 20o.
Lot of Children's Drawers, well mado
and good materials, ?? a pair.
Misses' ahfi Children's Clowns, all
Thousands of Dollars' Worth of
Silks Will Be Turned Over.
The accumulation is beyond all reason. To malee the adjust?
ment as ordered will cause an enormous loss.
Fancy Silks, wore 60c to 76c, Including
Crepe d? Chines, plain Taffetas ani
a number of other'fin* ?tile fabrics,
price '?Bo a yard.
Some Silks that have been up to 60c
will Tv> S?ftcs
eilka that were ?1. 4.1t> and J1.25 will
bo BOo to ?IBc.
All the Silks?no ' matter
what the quality?arc almost .
half a gift, in, order tp reduce
the stock ten thousand dol?
lars' worth in a few days.
Wlille Habutal, that sold from 23o to
81.25, will be 18c to HKc.
Black China Silke, wer? 2So to ll.W,
will be sold for 20o to f 1.
""Double Width Silk Chiffons thnt were
? priced 19o to C9o will bo sold from
Oc to *I8?*.
This sale applies to Black Bilks, aa
well as colors.
These Hundreds of Rain
have been the wonder of the
city because they are guar?
anteed rain-proof. ' ? great
variety of handles and values
are to $1.75! Sales price, 95c.
The Chance to Buy Your
Sheer ?11 Linen Handkerchiefs, that
were 10c, aro Be.
Men's Cnmbrlo Handkerchiefs, So.
Women's Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
among them goods that cost 25c,
Men's 13. l-2o All Linen Handker?
Cohen's Wonderful Bargain Basement
Is Affected by the Clearance Sale.
Cohen's Basement Has No
Price ?-Limit. We Are
Forced to Unload a Big
Lot of Cottons.
Dress Ginghams, that should be 10o.
In every color and stylo, for
New Embroidered Swiss, beautiful
colorings, -will be Oo.
, French. Percales, all the 15o and
16 2-3c grades, for O 3~??.
6,300 yards 40-lnch Printed Batiste,
12 l-2c quality, for 41 3-4o a yard.
2,200 yards fcf Colored: Chalilos, in
pretty designs, for 3 3-4e a yard.
6 1-40 Apron Ginghams, all checks,
for 3 3-4o.
Yard Wide Soft Finished English
Long Cloth, the quality you
would pay $1.50 a piece for, price
? i-2o a yard. ? .
Genuine Sea ''island Percales, In
new styles, that sell for 12 l-2c,
price Bo a yard, ???? yard wide.
Best 10c Bleached Cambric, yard
wide, O l-4c. ?
Bo tee's 10c Seersuckers, 15 "3-4c.
Black, "White and Gray Prints for
Brown?:Cottons for 3 l-2c.
Light Shirting Prints, 4 l-2c,
2,000 yards of Full Bleached Can?
non. Cloth. De a yard.
38c Muslin Gowns, 25c.
2Bo each?67 dozen Muslin Night
Gowns, Instead of 3Sc.
6O0 each?Lot of Gowns and Skirts,
cambrlo and muslin, that sold reg?
ularly for 75c.
IS J-2c each?19c Corset Covers.
2Bo each?Lot of Corset Covers,
?"??were;88c to 50c.
25c a pair?36c and 30c Drawers.
Basement Sale of Umbrellas
Lot of Bilk Gloria arid Taffeta Um?
brellas, that were full $1 to ?1.60
values,'clearing sale price BOc
Be for Children's lOo and 12 l-2c
Ol-4o each?Women's 10c Bleached
Vesta, taped neck and arms.
12 l-2o each?Women's Extra Size
lOo each?Women's 37c Silk Merce?
rized Vests, silk trimmed.
?2 l-2o each?Women's 26o Lace
82.2ft for $3,60 Nursery Befrlgera
tors and Water Coolers coin
. blncd, lu heavy Japanned oak,
with nickel spring fawcets; they
are galvanized lined and closely
packed with mineral wool.
8?25??-quart Blizzard Ice Cream
B4c a dozen?Mason's Quart Fruit
BOc?Fast Color Cotton Tarn H?m
/rnocks, with stretcher.
BOc a dozen?Hotel Goblets.
Be each?Largo White Ovlde Cups
8c each?Decorated Gold Traced
?Bo each?Thin Decorated Japanese
Cups nnd Suucere. '
BOc each?Plain White Uncovered
*i each?Brass Trimmed Hall
i4c each?25c Engraved Gas Globes.
Oe a box? Peterrnan's ??oach Food.
Be each?Willow Picnic Baskets.
4c a package?Daisy Toilet Paper.
4o?Silexo Scouring Soap.
Clearing ?ale Prices of
lOo a yard?Lot of 2 yards wide
French Organdy. ?
lOe a yard?35c to Wc Persian
[Lawns and Paris Mousselines,
1 1-4 yards wide. . ,
7 l-2o a yard?Real English Long
Cloth, yard wide, soft fjiish, tho
grade that sells at $1.60 a piece.
4 S-4c a yard?10-inch- India 'Lin?
one,' 8c grade.
Oc a yard?Lot of 16c Sheer India
binons, 40 Inches wide.'
4 1-20 a yard?? l-2o Checked Nain?
Bedding Clearance Sale.
includes all our immense
stock; nothing reserved.
Summer' Weight Crochet Quilts, the
usual 53c ?rires, ai?o.
Some Mill Stained $1.50 Extra Largo.
Quilts are fl.lO.
^2 Marseilles Center Crochet Quilts.
$4 Heavy ( Km bossed imported'Sat?
in Marseilles, sale price *2.SO.
$6 ' Heavy Embossed Marseilles
. Quilts. f3.7B.
Same with hand tied fringe, for
metal and tirase beds, instead of
$6.60, are ?-1.2ft.
2 1-2 by 21-2 yards Bleached Sheets,
2 1-4 by 2 1-2 yards Bleached Sheets,
2 by 2 1-2 and 2 1-4 by 2 1-2 Bleached
Sheets, BOc. ;?.-..
Extra Heavy Unen Flnlehcd
Brown Sheets are 30o. /
327 dozen '' Pillow Cases, hem?
stitched, handkerchief border,
plain hemmed and linen finished;
never sold for less than 15c to
21c; your pick from the lot for
All Our Men's Furnishings Are Reduced in Price. 100 Dozen Men's
/ 50c. Negligee Shirts at 25c, Each.
Our Optical Department During the Continuance of this Sale
' Wilt Reduce Prices Accordingly,
dalo, of Petersburg; Col, A. W, Spaight,
Mrs. Cornelia Brandi Stono, Miss Bona
Mona and "Miss Lucy Lowe, of Oalvcston,
A NEW ??-????-??.
Miss I.owo Is a new and charming re?
cruit to the Texas colony, und by hor
beauty and brain. Is already a belle. Sho
is a daughter of old Virginia on her
mother's, aide, nntl through her distin?
guished father, Maj ft, O. I.owo, of the
tinlvoston and llallas Mows, Is of Scotch
descent, a happy combination,
Ono of Virginia's distinguished gentle?
men, Judge William Cordon Robertson,
so well and favorably known hy bin
good work In tlio "Constitutional Conven?
tion" and other capacities, has been- a
guest at Blue Ridge. His wit and charm
of manner made the "Judge" universally
popular, being1 always surrounded by a
bovy of Indies.
Tho "Luden city"* Roanoke,! Is again
rhiirnilngly rpprosentccl by Mrs. Walter
Ft. Addinoli and hor gallant son, Master
.lullnn, Mrs. Adelson still retains all the
charm, that made lier such a belle whon
sho illrlcd wiili the beaux, as Miss Vir?
ginia Harrison. -?
Arrivals ot noto ari-'. Mrs, H. 13. Sownril
and children. Peb.-rsburg, Vn.; Mrs. W.
F,. Pillion. Miss H. Brimmer, Norfolk,
Va,; Mrs. (.has. Baldwin, BiiYonrwh, Cla?;
Dr. and Mr*. Barksdale, Petersburg, Va.;
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jeffries and Mis? Naii
nlo Jeffries', Washington, P.'C,' Maurice
i<\ Gosner, Annapolis, Md.i Judge Win,
Gordon i?oboilHon, ttoannke, Va.; Mr.
I,, fas? Taylor, Norfolk, Va.; Col, A. \V,
?pnlglit, (i;.lv-<-s|on, Texan;. Miss l.ucy
Love, ij?lvoslon, Texas; Miss Rosa Moss.
Qalvoslop Texas; Mrs. Cornelius Branch
?toiie, Uulveaum, Texas; Mn*. Jno, Currlo,
Richmond, Va.; Miss Fannie M. Lewis,
Richmond. Vu,; Mr?. Cecil Blllups and
?on, Norfolk, Va.,; /Mr. W. M. Patton,?|
Virginia; Mr. C. M. NVhlteslde. Ocnla, Fla.j
Mr. W. F. OiihIcIH, Ocala, Fla.; Jno, ?y.
Patterson, Pulankl, Va.
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Dance at the Brunswick.
.Soediil to The Thnos-Dlspa'ch.J...
WAYNE8BORO. VA,, July 0.?One of
tho most delightful ?lancea of tho season
waa that lield'at the Brunswick Ina Pa?
villon last night. Tho fresh river breezes,
tho excellent iloor, tho fino muslo or
Clarke's ?rohmUra, togothor with the gen?
uino holiday spirit of tho dancers, all
combined to givo charm to the occasion.
Noticeable was tho unusually large num?
ber ?of strangers, ?ueste of the Inn, ant!
visitors to Ihe shooting tournamont.
Among those who participated wore
?Misses.?raen Vest, of Ashland. Vn.; May
Seipn, jiinln Ferguson,'-.'of South Carolina;
Anulo Coyijor, l.nttle Fox, Mary Haines,
Suo Wright, Cornelia Storrott, Willie 15111t
eon, Suo Purvis, und Mr. Andrews, of Way
.lcsborn; MCBHl'H, G. Lambert, H. D. Uoy
ncr, Jr., Ash with; E. O, Craig, Baskur
vlilo; Orady, Drake, Fox, Stovor. T. Wil?
son, A, Coynor, P&ale, Chase, Jlutjslar, J.
Coyner, Smith, Rogers, and Boyd. Chap?
arrones: IMr. ami Mrs, J. Frank Patter?
son, Mr. und ???. Jas. Craig, Mr. ' and
Mrs. Kemp Lambert. Mrs. Emmet Lam?
bert. ?'? '
Uncle Remus Candy Pulling.
(Special to Tuo Tlrncs-DIspatch.)
CHATHAM, VAi, July '?.-Mr?. ?'? 1';
WhlUibuml (MilcrtfiliHHl on Monday ulisiH
with an Untiti Ran tin?! cundy pulling, in
honor of her bu?hUi, Miss Sara, H. J01198?
u. slhtnr, of Lynehburg, und Ml*s Lionise
Love, of fip\v Oilcan?. ? The occasion waa
one of tho most delightful of the season,
and carried out In tho old time-style.
A largo pot suspended In the yard was
used In proparlng the candy for pulling,
during which time the guests passed Nov?
erai hours quickly by nt various games.
Tnose preferring a teto-a-totc to game?
found very oomfortahlo Heats on tho beau?
tiful lawn, which wns dotted with couples
enjoying themselves hugely.
Delicious refreshments were served, and
many wore ttus exp?eslons of a most de?
lightful time 'when home going came,
ST. JOHN'S LODGE.
Delightful Outing at Ocean View
Tlio members and friends of Bt. John's
/Lodge of Ma-eons are anticipating a pious,
ant time on tho outing at Ocean View
Thursday, July 14th. Tho orphans from
the Musonlo Home and all dependent
wldo\ys of members of, Bt. John's l.odgo
have been invited to go as guests of the
lodgw. All) (persona of good c h ora ot et?
erni go on this outing at a small expense.
The Railroad Y. M. C A.
Mr. Ft. M, Goodwin, assistant secretary,
will lead ?ho meeting at the Main Btriic-t
Station this, afternoon'at 3-30, his sub-L
Ject being "More Brotherly," or "How
jQaj* We Bo Moro Helpful to Each Other?"
' Mrs. C. 33, Ganssert will sing. Railroad
men and "their families aro cordially .In?
vited to attend. Great preparations are
being made by the committeo of, manage-?'
mont in celebrate tho securing of eight
Iruiidrt'd members. '
They will run n 11 excursion to Buckroe
Bench and have a great, basket picnic.
It Is. to be a great gala day for railroad
employes, tholr familles and friends.
It may bo Interesting to know that ol
the present membership of?804 there are
sixty diff?rent avocations represented.
Many tlmnkH for great help In limo of neocl
a? follow?: In memory of Lewis Cllnter, ??;
check "II". $ln; boxpB collected July ?Hi.
$16.41; also Hih proceeds of ontertelnmont
given by tli? following- llttlo West ICndglrlH:
Margaret ailherl. Maud Gilbert. Evelyn 'Ihaw,
Marguerite Thaw and Gladys Thaw, 16. ?) ?
Successor to Dr. Bruner,
Rev. Walter P. Hlnee, of Portsmouth,
is prominently spoken of as a probable
successor lo Rov, Dr. Weston Brunur,
who has adopted tho pastorate of fifth
Baptist Church, Washington, P. <-'.
A Pitiful Case,
? (Hpeciabto Tljo Tlmes-Dlspatch.) .
WAI1M HPMNOH. VA? July? 0?-? Bat? and
Pitiful cano of typhoid fever Is reportad I rom
over In tho pnatrrn part of the county. A
worthy young colurod man He? el ImJ?
of death In hla homo at Mlllboro BprlngB.
Hpnie time Hgo hi? mother died, then ihm
wife mid baby, and now tlio poor .limn lie?
there alone, with only hie four email? cm,?
dren, tho eldest not ten years of ago. dai y
waiting to pura Into' eternity. Tlio .attending
physician ?ays ht? Is unablu to biro "olllie?
black man or wlilte to.nurse lilm.
.??' ' m-??
Danville Tobacco Market.
(Special to Trr? Timee-PUpatcb.) ^ '
DANV1LL1.. VA?,-July ?.-Mes?/?; Dlbrell
"Brothers In lliclr weekly review O? the J>uil
vlllu' tobacco market uay: futle?' th Is weeK
have been no Binali that we have llttlo ot
Interest to roport. ' , :
The slock ottered wu? mostly of an in-;
feriar mid undesirable typo, und much of It
riumaged and In bad condition. Practically
no good wrapper? nro now ?bowing up on tlio
break?. Prices ere without change for MveriM
weeks pu.it, and are aalte firm on good, desira?
ble lots, tjonorujly speaking, tho wnatlier for
tlio past week him been favorablo. on. Ili?
KrowhiB crop. Trado In hogshead lotsllia?.
been pulto dull, nnd wn have only heard of
a few small unie?, Wn look for renewed
activity and firm prices as soon ?? Ilio usual
summer "dullncra in punt.
Gold Watch Presented.
? reception was (?Iver* at Wbenhack's l?nll
Tuesday night hy Ilio riveters, caulkers nnd
drillers, In honor of their beloved foreman,
Mr, Ii. XV. Mannet. He wan presented with
a gold watch by his fellow workmnn. Tin?
presentation address was made hy Mr. 1.? ?.
William?.' Tho reception was closed by a
solo by Mr. Frank Williams arid a speech hy
Mr. Mannet ,
Mr. 3. Is. Wilton, business manager for hi?
brother, Mr, John T. Wilson, general oon
tfactor and builder of thla city, left yosf.er
day for Seraneo f.iike, . Adirondack? Moun?
tains, for'his health., Mr. Wilson will lie gon?
SEABOARD AIR LINE
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS TO
40 Ctnts for Round Trip.
, Tickets good on all regular Bimdo.j
trains, beginning May 15, 19W.
MYSTIC SHRINERS AT ATUANTIO
CITY VIA THE POPULAR YORK.
RIVER LINE??8,08 RpUNETTRIP,
Leave'! Richmond 4:30 P. M . Monday,
?uly 11th, "fN.or? round trip, jlckctb good
returning until July 33d. lt"s the fa.
vorlte route to'Atla.nttp seashore aud
ell Liu?U-r-i und northern, resorte,'