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VOL. VI. NO 33: RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1890 PRICE 5 CENTS THE PLANET. SA ITKDAY, - ive ' lt Rev. R. Wolla Called. The Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Newark. N. J., Iihh called How R. Wells, pastor of th?> Bbaoaaar Baptist Uhurvh, an*l hus given him an iutfett nit*' tim** in which to consider nml tile hit* acceptance. Kichiiioiiti lats no idea of Ionian; ona Ol itn nuist ponnlai <livin**s. H*> ia a powar in the state anti his loss to us* ??ouhl not l*? easily lapa-nad. Wa w*>nlil lik*' to loan him tt> N?*w Jersey Init h?? istoomueh needed in Virginia just now. -J-?J^J-1 Mn*. Payne's Funeral. The funeral of Mrs. Mary.I. Payne took plniv W***Ines*hiv at ."? P. M. at Uta Thin! Stnvt A. M. E. Chunh. Kev. li. I). Jimincrson assisted by H**v. lt. Wella, Rev. .Johnson, ana Rev'. Smith ofReiatetl. It wns -tn im pn*ssive scene K?*v. Jimnierson's remarks were very pathetit-undinov t**l many to tears. Th** daosaaad profe?B**d religion July ll, ison, sin* ama 47 yean ot aga, ami nan a member <if Binnca Council, Independent order *>f st. Luk??. The *ask**t was cloth coven**! with hi'iivy liar hantlles. Dndertak er W. Isaac Johnson officiated. The tloral th-signs wen* numerouH nial i tistly. Th** following \ven> the pall benn honorary, Messrs. Oprheus Kuttiti. Wm. Ferguson, BobaH Kohiusoii. .lohn Mitchell, Jr., Matt Hoik*; active, Baxter F. Jackson. Edward Harris, Janies T. Hill, o. N. Brown Wm. Mumiin. Frank Kersey, -J-iiiies Saunders, James Coleman. Monument to Captain Scott, The raising of the monument to the Int*' Captain Emmett Scott.third ( aptain *if th** Attucks ("mini will take place Thursday, August 14. at 4 P. M. Captain Wm. F. .lackson of Petersburg will preside. Prayer hy Kev Georgs .1*Unison. Chaplain *if Battalion. The tirst Battalion, the th** Knights of Pythias an*l other organizations ol which the tie* *;is?h1 - rxmnacted expacl to take a part. Speaker. Col. (li-oi-ir-- II. Arnold ol ? -langton. 1). C. Lina ?>f march Irtun the Arinorv to Broad, up lW.,i to Third up Third * The ons-vs-don wili Sunday-School Union. The Sunday-School Onion con ven*** with the First Baptist Chunh las Snmiay afternoon. August 8, at .' P. M. Open with Scriiit ure rending by chaplain;nrnjac hy Brotharj Smith. Kecitations wen* good. Th addreHs tif Kev. J. M. Waldron wa Bar*/ pointed, Subject: "The n?*ed 0 mOTB rani Sunday-school Teachers. Prayer for the prosperity of t he S. **? Inion. Collection $7.07. Adjourn***! to ni?***t with th** Fb* nezer lia pt ist Church, Sept 7th. K. J. Kass, President. W. H. Bkooks, C*>r. baa. Called. K?*v. J. C. Brnxton, pastor of tl Krooklaud Baptist Cliurcli atlmini tered communion at the "Juth Stre Baptist Church, last Sunday. 1: hits lieen calletl to take charge of tl West End Baptist Church Ile d sires encouragement at the la named pl Virgina* Raptist State Salina School Convention. The twenty-first annual session tha Va. Baptist StatelSab ba th Scho Convention will be heh! in the Fir Baptist Church ol lexington, Vi August 21, 22, 2?'l ajid 24. i wIki have attended this eonventit know that its meetings are chan terized by harmony and a zeal I 1 hi talla ll work. Th** officers ha exerted themselves to make the ,8 ting in lexington, Va., in t higheat dev it *. profitable jo wu*> ? ?? ??? cording they invite all p.irties interested the Sabbath Sc.. *| work to present. Send conti hattons in mt ey or ideas. Arrangements for I t-eeial ra have been made with the Rich ino and Danville, Chesapeake and Oh Richmond Frederieksburg ant! Po mac and th* Norfolk anti Weet* Kail Roa^is. Other branch rot have also been written to, anti l furnish special rates. The rates t be learned from any ticket agent these roads. Applv for special rates for the i B. S. 8. S. Convention N. *v tickets sold on Aug. 19, SO and good to return on tlie 27th. P. *X tickets sold on Aug- 20 anil good ttl return on tha 96th. K. and P. tickets, a6M on Aug. li), and 21; good to r**t/?"*n on the 2' Shenandoah Valley K. K. ticket - an Aug. 20 and 21 good to ret on the 2(>th. R ? hy Spe Kound Trip Excursion Tarifl convention ' R. A* I>. t. 'd *>n Aug. 20 and 21; good to Mini on 20th. Kates as by Spacial Ex sion Passenger Tariff No. 4. Ko trip from Richmond by the R. <S *6.?.lO R. T. Hill, Pres. Kev. A. Bingi D. 1?., Sect'y. K.I. Ilium, Tn S. W. Taliafkkko, Cor DI9 Garland St. Lynchburg, Va ?Dr. s. H. Diann un tl ami arila| have left, the city to enjoy tile Bani bn*cz?*s at Old Point. The Doctor has over worked himself by his cl OBI attention to his grow mir practice and thia noB is mach Banded. -Miss Marv V. Taylor has gone ti) Powhatan. -The following named persons called on us this w*-ek; Messrs. Jft E. Hawkins, and Edward King. Kanda? rilla, N. C.; M- Evans, C. W. West, A. W. Prier, W W. Manns, W. E. Jackson, Oscar Dagger, John Fordell. M Daniels, Danville, Va.; K. H. A. Brown, Fannville, Va. -Miss Sarah W. Williams left th*' city Wednesday, Aug. 7? am! will sj>en*l tha rae) of bar vacation at Dry Cn?ek, Greenbriar Co-,, W. Va. -Mr. Hezekiah Curtis visited Old Point am! Hamilton last w?s*k. -Kev. W. F. Byers wini has Im***h quite ill for two weeks, is Improving slowly. -Mrs. Charles A. Randolph, of 211 N. Sixth St. left on the 0:20 train last Sunday, with her young est (laughter, Daisy, to visit her ohlest daughter, Mrs. Annie E Wal? la co of Jersey City, N. J. whare sle wi!! remain for several weeks -Miss Sallie M. Stephens is visit? ing her friend. Mrs. Ppshtir in Bowl lng Oreen, ('aniline County, Vu. -Miss Marietta E. Chilaa left for Old Point, t*? sp?*n*l thereinnin<!?'r of th** summer. -Mr. John K. Chiles was in the city this week. In company with Mr. Jo'n Morton lie left for Old Point last Wednesday. -A partj pl gentlemen are think? ing of chartering a steamer anti taking n trip to Old Point. Cobbs Island ami other pla<cs to fish. If this be true we envy them tia* good time. -Miss Sallie Voling is at Both? well. Va. -Miss Bettie Fields of Hampton was in tin* city. -Miss Maggie E. Chiles return***! from Old Point last w?-ek. -Miss Amaiidu Boleoanba of Columbia ,S. C.,has baan the guest ot Kev. and Mrs. A P. Dunbar. She left for Washington tbi but will return abort Iv -The First Baptist Church ol K**itiioke. Va.. Kev. K. K. .Join ttn* rai He* I $530.40 recently to built a parsonage. This is a fine n-eord. -Kev. W. M. Alexander,of Bart* mora failed on us. He has heel visiting relatives near Fort Harrison -Mrs. Mil**s B. Jones has lef the city to spend several weeks i f' Charlottcsville. Va. -A linn |in Cincinnati attache the piano of Mrs. Sarah S. Johnsoi who is exhibiting th** little 4 yoi\ old girl pianist. Th** amount w.i for $50.78. fliles l\. Jackson, Est] learning of her condition paid til neceasaiy amount allowing her t make an effort to repay him by tl: txmcart*} to be given hera. -Mr. Copelnnd D. Claiborne hi gone to Charlottesville to see h mother who is sick. -Kev. J. Milton Waldron has a eepted t lu* call to the Berea!i Baptii Church of Washington. D. C. -Mrs. Amanda Harper, of Cohn bia, S. C., is in the city, the guest Kev. A. P. Dunbar natl wife. th of ol ?st ?-, Ul 111 li? ol* ve It he nil :'v iu be ai bes nd io, to ?rn als viii ?an on ra. W. 11; o il; F. 20 i th. sold urn cial for 19, the cur uikI . A. i Jr. -Miss Bettie E. Ag**** Btawai formerly of Richmond, but now Baltimore, is in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. lt. Sheppard i No. 02O N. St. Peter St. She w spend the remainder of the sumiii at St-ottsville. -Miss P. M. Barksdnle, one tba public school teachcrsof Danvil Va., who has been attending the N. ?x C. 1. session al Petersburg, V has bean in the city forthepnst tin weeks as the guest of Miss Nannie .lones, 615 Judah Street, Kichmoi and Mina talina J8. Moon of Mi cheater, Va., leaves f?aBBanBnBnas?>n*<' Dan viii*'. Va., Saturday, August much to the regret of the many frien who have met her in both cities. -Miss M. E. Smith, of Han ton is stopping with Miss Wv Jnekson. -Mrs. Cnrrie E. Hawkins left i city last Thursday to spend tba inainder of tht* summer at Old Poi -The Rising Mt Zion Bani Sunday School lint! its annual pu? nt Warwick Park, Monday, J uh I SOO. Th** day wns a pleasant t and the trip was enjoyed by all v went with us. The boat made til trips, carrying very large crowds there was no accident pr dison Mr. E. Smith and his commit managed things nicely ami the pi* was quite a aucceaa. "No nation is strong enough * oneede to any part of its people right to nullify its laws. It is an ominous thing that mit ion of America has begun its ond century by casting out the n uscript of equal rights to be trot umler Ihe feet of lawless men." From speech of Hon. J. P. 1>< >1 VEKoflowa. on the Federal 1 tion Bill. Tin* Manaring lettara nm relative to th.Scott Memorial Monu IlU'tlt. Iahk Bo\.OO.M Wi ill STKU. Y\ . I July 84, 1890 J C T. Pay ii.-. Es,,.. Dear sir:? Your lat? ter taine to lonni to-day. In nj-lv l would say. that while 1 duly appre? ciated the honor you have conferred, upon in*', th*' fear that 1 shall not be ab!*' to serve yon ii. ihe month of August, romped me to lifeline. With Hi** lightest regard for your project. I nm Sir Yours Reepectfully, A. Bi nu a. Ju. Oro, M K. ft P. Dm. on v. Wau Dki't.) ? 'm.in Paras. i'wi.; I'khiiikm tiTvaca tu-win \--<i*ierio\. Itu iimomi. N Bear Sir and ?>1?1 tim** friend:? In reply to VOUrS Of July 23, just now-delivered. I thank you very much for the invi tution to ba present in August dur in<r the tina* tli.it cs-remonies attend? ing th** raising of a Monument to the late Captain Stott will tnk?> pince. If I am to be one of the speakers it will suit nie best to be the last Ott tho programme and my reniarka ??*' con? fined to "scenes anti in-ideals in the life nm! history of tba company muong recoliei-tions of its command ara. Yuin Dote does not specify data. I Bm so shunted that it will* ba ne ceeaary lor me <<> have at laaa days notice so tlmt 1 cnn obtain "leave of nlis-nce." fruin the Depart - nieiit. With kimi regards to you and all old friends of by-gone. Anya and new Manda of the preaent. Yours truly. Ono. M. Aunoi.ii. COUM T Pay nf., Esq. 7-27?00. of Of itt ill er ot? ic, V. ii., ve B. ni. Ul 111 cr, ids ip? ili** ilie re? nt. ist nie '2, me ?lu* i ree Vet ker. tee ?nie t.i the the sec in Ti? lden >LI Blec PrrBBBBtmo, Va . July 90, 1890. Mr.CT. Payne. Richmond,\ 'a.. Dear sir:? In anawer to yours *if *J2d inst, in which you request me to preside over th** ceremonies of .tba erection of th** monument to tha Eat*- Capt E. S*?.tt. 1 shall with pleasure comply with your lt -t pies t Keslie* tfillly, NY F. .i Un. Eliza Jordan, wife of Franl Ira .Ionian, deported this life Thurn day.Inly 21. 00, at her late resi dence in Woodville. Henrie** Go. after a very brief illness. Af years. 1 I months She was a faith ful menilier of the Mt. Tabor Bap fist Chunh 14 years. Her amiabl disposition anti christian integrity aron f*>r har a host of friends. Her funeral took place from th above named church, Sat urdui July 20th at 11:80 o'clock A. M The pastor, Kev. A. H. Mayo. *l?*li\ oreti a very unpressive s*?rinon t the larg** crowd of sympathizin friends Ri I s. c. C. F?*ggans an K. B. Evans assisted in th** sci viet's. Inter Bient In Hu mufi* Cann t.-ry. "We know maa Basal bom tn t!>?? iiouu- <>t ti r(-i-t Thi-ii * liv nhoultl wo urtiU t our mull* in viii Wc k non thou luu-t saSM vt lien't ld- \war\ a blest. To th?> laosaa tahavs wa ni* ail Basal aaala " K. B. E. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah H. Ko innon, daughter of Mr. James Harri and grand-daughter of Mollie ai Peter Dixon, took pince Inst Bundi nt lier residence in Ainelin Count Va. She departed this life on tl 2<*tli inst, rejoicing in tin* full ti umpli of faith. The deceased was in the 27th ye; of lier ago, 14 of which was spent a?tive service for her Maker. S was a member of the Pleasant Oro Baptist ('hurch, and leaves a lu band, two children and a host Manoa to mourn their loss. Artll*''! ill JeHUH, Ml-HHtll h!i-*-|>. From whli-h noni- BYS* wilki- to Wt*aaa, A eulin mid timlint url..-d MMMM I'ni.i m amoral <-t ' Kev. S\ . H. Tnyio, Offal pieached a sympathetic ear mon* Ti i-neu:?Died, July 81,18*0 the residence of her unit her, 216 liadiaon St., Maria Turner, ag*** i and 7 months. Sin* leave mother, Mrs. Delia Turner; sist anti grandmother to mouin tl Iosh. Ber funeral took place Aii? Tall bearera: Willie Gilliam, Ito Brooke, James Morse, Frank St van, Douglass Kussell ami (leo Vaughan. Rev. White officiated. "Little Maila wan our darliuK. PrktS of all our li*-art? nt lioiin-. Hut aa niiRi'l '-iniie and wBlapssasi. Harlin-* Marin do coin** hoiiu 1'ifclotiH ilarliiiK. ali*' lian left *im. l.i-fl um, .yi*n, fort-vi-r inori Mut wa liojie to nii>?t our lovfil oni? on tliat orLglil uni! happy allora. Personal. -Mrs. Ida D. Barrett of Danv Va., has got a divorce from NV Barrett. -mt m m> Personal. -Th if* is to certify that I will be responsible for debts contra* by Boan B. Cunningham,nee Bm Sin' is no longer umler my roof. Signed, J. II. ClNNINOllA Manchester, LD.a M'S. ^KW7 NEARLY J AMBERS. DAMEE SIKE. W.T.CftOWDJ H SECRETARY GRAM WE. NEARLYr K ki: BE1D, ROB I -IMBERS. HI El ETA KY. I i B. ni IV y. ii*' ri? ll in he re uv of r K -tandi ld of the (loot Sainaiitai -has risei rapidly in a mr. By his un tiring cn. lftilueea in the dis char entrusted to hil care, coi regards for th* rights of ol uni determinatim to do all t f*ir the uplift ing of a roddan people, in luis fo; rout as tun* of th* bright st.. est rial timm ment of te. He hill beenaam d*r in the pub lie eehool nville for li years. 1! *? manii' onainaBfj I him to l? honored * laney of th Piedmosf Land lm proveinent This Company i ono of th* iiroessful enterprise in tin olored peopl arc con* air. Reiser is clel? and deacon *.n the First Baptis Chunh < lottesville, discharged t; *it both tittie* with creti and tho elected him. The crownii as his electio as Grand < i cl of the Sn marita Grand Lo mia, represei ting nearly 7,C ?0 members. May his suit* ss in th** future et-in that in the \< at N. 1 8 s a cr, i? ir r*i val illi rge Four Weeks Aa in Titi* The duties o to visit Norf ,ie beni-* SUI. mv* ed'n stn..... but Wk ty and ma. to sh| With su*-i these tiding*- 1 try bulges in The Sauuiritai r, Va. I'llice ca use* I n 27, when ti.ager of our 1 um Grand Su \ tl ays p V * ne u. n pri* ie to *1 v the woi ta he enjo; .. .-ought to Ix y and coi >n and to * casioualiy dro j ft live coal in pla* where our Wv flagging or i known; The folio win: cournginu 1. The ed by th* 2. The burt that have li ve coals,' some of the ma nih ille, . T. not i-tcd iwn. af. Va. jr and living Han kindle*! from th 1 by my deputies n your humble ki vant. The result whieh is the rc irreetion of one lot on of five i ? ni ns in tin ?wu prppe a log cot it idea, hence tf j towns and rv di<l not And As indi vitli are living in w es, while otl financially, v aims ami * quired for th order, a gt name ,which ia rather to be che than gren Large, ent-nunastic, pleasant i and the orgi lodge* 3. Th* believe in own! if it is not tile and ii; districts, inurttan H. many 5 fort a Mi? not SO iv noble 1 ? notions, selves and profitable union meetings wen* in Norfolk, Portsmouth, Sufi hehl Suffolk, vs and rural dii-tn I did not remain in towns ami cities al! of the time but visited aa many country lodges as possible, hehl dis? trict meetings and there found BO our satisfaction, som*' of the noblest Homans of them all, who believ** in finding a way fir making it. Desiring tt) be better informed ra garding the Insurance Department, I suggest***! a call of tlie commit which the President issu***l ami on .Inly 94th th** Committee had a meat ing. I wiu* present an*! am now pta pared to say that this department is living, rapidly growing, and is a Samaritan and _^BBBb**l?> -amply robbing tnemselves ano families of a much Beeden1 legu* \ . En conclusion. Title Wal alive in the Samaritan cause. Tin- order is rapidly growing. I have nppoint ed as Deputies in that section, live, honest and influential 'nen, tt* heep the ball rolling. They are hustlers and will win, as only hustlers can win In such times as tl Your obedient servant for the good of t he (Mar, Koukkt Kki^skh, Grand Chief, I 0. of G. B., i D. of S. State of Va. Snmnritnns ilo your duty. Fulton Xotes. Mrs. Martha Turner, is very sick at her residence in Nan Town. The concert given by Miss M. Trent and tithers was a success. The festival given by Mrs. M. A. Allen and others was also a su* eena. Thanks was tendered them for their work of love. Mr. A. E. Whit*', an energetit young man is titling good business On Graham St. ami is randy to accommodate his friends with all kintls of tht* beet family groceries. Mr. Wm. Sewell has moved to his residence on Graham Si. It is built on tbe latest style. Dwellings of Messrs. Allen, Daniels, Kobvrson, Banks, Scott, .tones, Whit** ami others speak well for our people. Kev. Daniel Jane's has b**en sick, hut is out again. Mrs. Maria Sewell. Messrs. Charles Washington and Isaac K?*ed an- also sick. Mr. Wm Beverly departed this life August :t, 1890. His funeral was Branched hy Rev, Ferguson at the Mt. Calvary Baptist (burch, August 4. Mrs. Jane Tyler di* x Angus! ?". at prea. Ked at Um tist Church. August ti, L8UU, hy Rev Ferguson. She died in the triumpl of faith. -aa a av Aumial Pic-nit*. The Fifth Street Bapt. Church S. S will give their Annual Picnic to Vini ta Park Tuesday, August Iii, 18?.M) Bound Trip: Adana, BO em.Children is. BOSTON LETTER. Kev. Francis,!. Grinike, D. D.. o Washington, addressed B lurg** COB grega ti* ni at the Twelfth Bapt is Church, on the "Bast, Cresent am possible conditional Future." Tin address was quite a lengthy ona am seemed to have worried the patiemi of st inn* of tba congregation pidgin; by the numlier that left before th clos.' ol the milln Kev. Mr. Smith, a missionary ii Hayti for th** past eight years, a*l dressed a large congregat ion a Charles St. A. M. E. Church, on th condition of the people in tha country. Kev. IV Smith, administered th LsOTd'a Supper at St. IV B. Churcl Joy Street, to quita a larg*- gatun ing. As this chunh is undergoin repair, the vestry bad to ba ust-t Th** norh that is non in progref will *t>st about fl ,500. Tha congr gatiotl has subscrilied already abot 118 one third of that amount. M.-ssrs. K. J. Wilder ami S. I Spottswood have returned to tl j city, after having had a phmoni time at several of the summi resorts, ami resumed the! du the Hotel Bi unawick. A meeting ol colored musiciai was ealled by Leonard Y. V Sunday August 8, 1NI?0, for th*- pu t>f organizing a beiul to au as Wright's Ban These men have dona cousitleral business in the past antler th nam**, but have never been regulai organized before. From the abo date, the band will lie a permana organization. The colored people Booton are to In* congratulated theenterprieeoi Mr. Wright, a ahould show their appreciati therefor when opportunity offers. Preparations are bain, n the visitors that will !8fc"j here during the G. A. K. Kenua A grand time is expected. ie8 | The PlanKT can lu* bought *'N<' Czarlinsky's, 145 Cambridge St rt denier in Nawapanern, Periodic 4>* and Stationery. Give him a call. ie n *? *>f 1*1 ir ed ?J ie, u ?1*1 ?ur in ic ??'H 111 m Ige lew ion A Pleasant Trip. On Sumlav night at 12 o'clock Excursion train will leave via K. *.V ll. K., for Lynchburg, under tha < lere clent and reliable Geo. Williams,? iral who has established a reputation Sa- an excursion manager.. He is kn* nils to carry an orderly excursion. )m-! -*m* hts ' laBT*Mr. Collin* T Valentine, * ? .tn known young man of thia city in Di mer tor the PLYMOt TH KC PANT* CO., and la ready to rec iv . dens for the latest style pun*?*. and j >0(* generally at lowest p rices."""nM WaaT ,mn him at 6Pi or 702 East Broad St city, find or Plaxbt Office mre eui CONCERT! ?)o(-TIIE ABBIE JOHNSON CONCERT COMPANY-)o< ?Will srtT** a urti-nil Kutt-riiiiuiii<-nt st tbs? FIFTH STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, MONDAY, WV. 2*, 18?0. Min* .lohniK)i*. tbm *?inlti?'nt Crinia Oonim has JtiHt n'tnrnixl from ii :t .vnim t.mr throniil* A"*'''" * ?/.-.i.l.iii.l. *V\ l.ni.'.luiuiu. China. SliiK?|..ir.-. Imllii aad otln-r n..tva eMtsS with tks FISK -ll I ll s'B BINIIKKS Shs was Kn-olnl %.v?'r?? h??r.- with .rowil.il hourn-* uttrm U-<! li.v Bar ?????' XII lov.-rn of llrnt ilii*. tiniKl.- kIiouM atN-ml. Mis- .1..hun..ti will !.*? support. .1 !>.v ths |M?i imI^oI of oiir?-lt> ivor.-,..!., for thw tKWlIt otc lt Cirn-.v ?'*mr.lH. Us** a Bat lOT. Counii:iinliii? mm Doorsoffssaar4 7 ?' P B Coacsrt u-kI-ih at ADMISSION: Adult __---- J".-ts Children; - - 1m1s psBar tin- <l'it.'. Moadajr A want 26th iv.hi.-%? Tie* CONCEKT will take pin. Hess of tin weather. Nannie R. Jon****, ? ? ? ? ^JS[ Managq^ ,_ UmtX. J. H. OiBass. MaaBf B. Florsheim ONBJ Flru.X m OKTBl PJEIIOEJ THE RELIABLE COR. iib ami BROAD S TS. COR. 4th and BROAD STS ?)o(-)o( -^SPRING FASHlONS= IN MENS* AND BOYS' SUITS HATS Etc. IVMi'ii's Light Weight Suite?more than 2000 of 'em?Casaimerea Worstea*ls, Cheviots and Wales. We've got'em all. Every color in Voge?und all the styles. SUITS?Black Cheviot suits neatly made $10. Black Cheviot euita long cot aack coat, 912 Black Cheviot suits, long cut aeck coat with binding $14. Never have we experienced such a demand for these goode, cut and finished in the extreme (ashton, our stock ia full with all sizes?We beat all records on low price goods this season in hand? some and nobby styles Men's good working suits, 95. Meu's neat aud pretty businesss su;ta 97 98 and 910. Meu's DRESS SUITS in fancy end Fancv end Plain materiel in Prince Albert*. Sacks & Cutaways at 915, 918 A 920. PANTS?Single pants. We lead the town. Styles admired by every b* dy?S'ripes, Plaids, Broken Heida and plain at prioes that suit the purse of all 91.50, 94.00, 91.50 $3 00 up to 910 00 a p ur. HATS & FURNISHING?-Never has our aaaoriuieui u-eeu --puaint thau tho pteaeut season in Hats. Hat to flt * very head. The English derby in Tans, Brows and black a; 9L.50 worth 93.50 The latest in soft Hats ( The Evening Sun) 91.00 1 50, 2.00, 'J.50 Uulauiidried Shirta reinforced bosom pure linen 40 cents. ?* '? pleated ?? " M 50 eenie the greater value ever oflexed. J?00 doaen Balbrigau Underwear in plain, fancy and atripce 50 cents CHARLES G. JURGENS, FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, CARPETS, CURTAINS, A MIRR03S. Ey*Th6 Latest Styles. Sold For Cash or on Easy Terms at Pircea to suit. South wost Corner 4th & Broad St. r 1k* d. il* :il ly Vi? nt t*f (Ul nd un be nt et. Ills lill A ?tti Ir., i ns I wn areli rum if'K o or ?ulta. "Hee reet Look ont for the Great Lynchburg Excursion. Do you wont to go t*i BBB the Colored Seminary that you have lx*en buying bricks to help build, ii hu p* ttl Lynchburg. Va., on Sun? day night August LOth. anti you will be there on Monday when you can lake a view at the very worthy enterprise. Von should go tt> Lynchburg for th** following ranaon: Ihi. Tha lieut people of tb** eity are going. 2nd. Two eclebrnt?*d singing *-lul*s from the cities of Manchester and Kichinond will giv?* a grand concert in Lynchburg, Monda v night nt the Diamond Hill Baptist Church, before leaving for Richmond. 3rd. You will lie in Lynchburg OU Mon? day when nil pineal Ol business will b?* open. Train leaves the Richmond ft Aile ghany Depot at the foot of Ht h St. on Sunday night August. 10th nt 12 o'dodt. Only one day lost froin business as the trnin will nrrive on Tuesday niorning in time for busi |B|A|I|L|E|Y|'|S| |P|A|K|K.| FOOT ST. I'F.TKU STREET. FOB KENT?To Sunday Schools (bibs ft Private individuals for PIC-NICS & LAWN PARTIED -IssBT-loAy ow xiuht. pBaJ Grounds iu good ord**r, f Inntlsoiite New Kavillion The COOleet place in Kich'd Terms Keasonabl Apply BO? Dn. MOOREHOUSE, IS W. Marshall St re* Sniok** El Matador Cigar, 5c. LOOK r WATCH I WAIT For the Grand Excursion of tl MT. CALVAKY BAPT. CHURCH (t Kocketts) to Williamsburg, Monda; August 25, 'OO. It will lienefit a who go, to get a view of the hist*ir city,?the former Capital of Virginii No Intoxicating liquors allowed * the train. The Committee will spar" no pnii to Binste this Excursion on** of tl grandest of the season. There will 1 a tine game of Kase Kail played the on that tiny. Round Trip: Adult 75ct; Children,(under 12years) 60c Ba-TTrnins lan yea C. A. 6. Depot i 8:.'l0; returning leaves Williainsbii at f>::io. Committee: Wm.Sewell.] Bullock, K. Higgins, H. Dandrid*. Qeo. Oreen, J. Hackett, Wm. J* kins, M. Puller, A. II. Jackson. Gel Manger; E. Terrell,S. Christian, Ju Venable, Chairman. 7 mo. 81 Notices. All contracts for pictures at .the Richmond Photograph Gallery, 827X E. Broad St., which expired August hst, will be good until Bead. Then* will ba a grand Lawn Party given by the Young Men's Kefortn Club, in tin* grote <?n Jackson St.. lietween 1st nml 2nd Streets, Lynch? burg, Monday, August ll; A grund excursion from Kichn.on 1 will reach thc city in time for the a Hove affair. There will Ik* a str**et parade also. Go anti enjoy yourselv**s. All the ineinliers of tho Attucks Guard Association are ordered to meet on Thursday August 14th at 2 p. m. to take part in raising th*' monument to the late Captain Ent 1 mott Stott of the Attucks Guard. I C. T. Payne, President. K. M. Leonard, Sec'y. Parents will please keep your chil? dren front using bail language on \ the at reeta of Pulton anperaaQy Gra? ham Street whare they assemble in large crowds to the nuisance of church going people. Kespectfully, K. W. Whitish, Justice of Pence of Henrico. EIXICIUIRISIIJOIN Thor*' a Ext lindon u; Char I"lottos*, i iver Dam Sumlav August 17, 18U0. Train leaves I o. Depot at h o'clock a. iii. Return? ing lenvesCharlottesvilleat 9 o'clock p. m. Kure for the Bound Trip $l:2r>. Archik Hawkins, S**e. G. W. LioiiTKooT, Manager. Lamb Roast ! There will ben great Lamb Roast Monday, August ll, at Petersburg, I Va., on Mr. Kendle's Lot, nani West End Park. Hon. J. M. Langston, j Dr. Price, nnd T. T. Fortune, Eeo., '^'Tiav*' bean Invited. Admins-ion, 26 ?f cents. A piece of the lamb given frc*'. fi Kev. af. M. Manley, Ma unger. "iHTANTED A BARBER.?At Robert W McNaughton's, No. L7 Governor St. Good situation. Apply at once. LOOK! WAIT! & WATCH"! And tfo with us on our Grund Excursion to Frederieksburg, Moue day, August ll. Fare for the BOUND TK1P: 50 cents. Train Leaves Elba at 8:80 A. M. Monday morning, August llth, Retuning Lenval Fredericks burg nt al ? P.M. lo. COMMITTEE: I Jus. Bowler, Wise Elliott, and Albert McIntosh,