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BUYING
ADVANTAGES
: Are frequently offered,
t'but what you. most
is to have the
f utmost assurance that
jTOur Piano is
I ilB dBSi.
Ithat the action and tone'
; of yourPiano is supe-
that you are
spaying an
Honest Price
"for such a piano.
CHASE BROS.,
niiUi\LLi 5
and
fiflßl Rl F
uririLßuLL
PIANOS.
r WE MANUFACTURE.
WEWARRftHT.
WE SELL THE BEST.
Chase-iackley
Piano Co.,
603 E. Broad St;
50ERS REJOICE .
: ;; IN PEACE ADVENT.
JThey Will Loyally Observe tho
;'■-. .Tetmi 1 ' of Settlement, StvyH
w ■■' Botha^Snrrendcrs Continue.
: "LONDON, June 1-r- In a dispatch from
' Pretoria the correspondent of the Daily
jffelegraph: gives conversations with some
" of theßoer: leaders; -General Botha ; de-:
clared the burghers would loyally ob-
Bftrve.the terms of . tlie settlmenL Per
ebnally. General "Botha said tliat everj'-
Ithlng would be • done by tho authorities
J. 6 avoid friction and assist the people.
i-c- Judge "Hortzogv similarly, expressed his
\ tteslre; for the eff acement of all bitter
jness -between Briton and Boer, and his
Readiness toward the restoration of homes
'iind^ the promotion of ' prosperity of the
icommunltles under British rule.
"^General: DeWet, according to: the"cor
respondent, appears to be little affected,
leither physically or mentally, by the cares
jof warfare. He said he was > going to:
fcls ' farm to : resume ...a work ; there.
■5T- REFUGEES : TO RETURN." :
.^DENVER, COL., June 7.— Twenty-seven
I Boer- refugees | in j tliis - city ; have ■ sent an
*|Lppeal ; to> the British Ambassador ' at
..■ /WaHhhigton, relative to "their return to
jjSouth v Africa, ' They speak for ninety
? SSoera who are ; In Colorado. They ask
I £hat arrangements be made tori their re
\ teirn to South Africa, and promise to be
• saw-ablding citizens". ,
': . -GO^: save the king." ;
CAPE ; TOWN, June; 7. 1 — The surrender
■ f .-jbt more than 1,500 Boers has already been
Ireported; covering various points. Com
- inandant '? Fouche *. brought Into ; Craddock,
iCape "•■ Colony, -his commanao,- consisting
;b£.'S6 Prea Staters and 219 rebels. Fouche
■■Lv in.' .' ..":.' . - '
■;& Commandant Conroy's men, ■ on ; hearing
: that' peaces had ; been .concluded, threw
,v their ; hats . In the air, cheered for King
: Kdward, andfsang "uod Save the King."
: CThese' : Incidents dissipate ,, the :; fear ex-
I pressed that the Cape Colony commandoes
■jBTOUId; refuse :to accede to the peace
S"ALi; WELL-," SATS : : KITCHENER. .
June 7.— Lord Kitchener, in
•■-"tLTdlsp'atch from, Pretoria, dated to-day.
announced that the progress made In the
■ (surrender of the Boers ' is entirely ■ satis
'lfactor>'. ™ Four, hundred and forty bur
fchers have laid down their. arms at Mid-:
tflelburg,. Transvaal.; - . They , also; brought
'In? a ; pom-pom, complete, .with '.. ammuni
ilon.aiid!> Indicated the hiding places of a
fcowiteer 'and a Maxim gun.
: *;Two hundred arid eighty-nine Boers
' fiave : isurrendered their, armsl at: Stander
«HoiW Trans% r aal; and Lord '■'. Kitchener : con
ilrms ithelreport' that 255 .• Boers, of whom
" JOT were rebels," Burrendered at ; Craddock,
pape Colony^ .. ;" .:■ y:-l '■!'; \-^
f=3i; Many- more surrenders . are expected -< to
.;: llay. r All Boers who surrendered ; in "■ Capo
SColonyTexpreßsedUhemselves as being re
' Uolced fat the fact that peace has-been
S©rranfirefl-: -■}, ' • ':..'; . _]„
jrWENTT-FXVE : PERSOXS INJURED.
Street-Car and Locomotive Collide—
, *-■; Tyro Hurt Will DIe
?^BTVMI«OUIS,;: MO.; June 7.— Twenty-five
injured,, two of them ,
'&■ tn - arcrbssinff? collision between,- a* ; car" of > s
1 1 *he tf. Clayton" ■;. Branch of y the Suburban
- islectrlcrlirie and" an" engine on the Mis- ; .
■3«rouri: Pacific railway.' The men fatally
4: Injured, are — . ,_ -, . ; : ■;' \ :
vl^WHliamiliazon,; inotofman. ; ; • ; : "
' j:>:JlGeo»erei'i.Glbbons,"fj :>: Jl Geo»erei'i.Glbbons,"f a\negro>laborer.
' t^The fireman'ahd'englneer'of .the" railroad.
s, train were both Injured and removed to the
i : jateßOuri!Paclflo Hospital: Almost" every
"■ «>ne ofjthelnjuredjwas cut by flylnsr slass.
' j idt- severely^; bruised/-'; ";:': :; ".: '-■ ■"""■.:'--. .::.■■ Vr:.-':V r: .-':
j*j It* Is > Btatftd ■ that the* accident ; resulted
M from ; lnablilty ■ tbT control \ the electric ■ car;*
ran lntotandvderailed th«: loco-,
fe^notlve. ' ' - *
■ l^i-ft ■;':?■■;■;■:"'.';; ; J"..'.'.-",'' ■■ "^ ■."""■ " "" -'-■■'■/ ' ,:■'■:-' ; "
* v Pottnuuten for Virginia. :■■■..
' June
gf|»Hlay|iiominateu • the : - following : Virginia ;
': ftostmaeters:
v;Jobn" M.; BloanitChase 1 City; 7 Champ T. 1
;-;i3arladal<: DanviUe/,;;-^-^
FnHot..
;■*£-« '^ • ■ 1 ■ ~- ' -- "'*-'- --iasaJglss
I ;!2prhe % »t«ainer4; Pocabontas iwlll | carry^;* -,
PpUitbt nirht! r f Firom| preiieht s
i'jyrsjpicts, It U 'evident .thatlthaT'eventlirilll
{ #• mt» of tosa« continued pl«a«ur«,l : . ' - "
•■■-• ' * ' ;
orKJtrxo of titis churcii to-dat,
\%'ITH APPROPHIATB EXERCISES.
liRViCESIAtfHicHURWE^
. Street, HUtold Chnrcb— Dm. Wltfc
tnpoon, Cecil, nndCalTln Stewaxt
Occniiy Their Own Fulpit*.
Ihe chief event in church i^**Js&%
b¥ tho formal opening of ;th»> new
-BroiuSdus-Memorial (church, .a^new^ and
iflourlshlns::; Baptist church of tha eastern
ieecllon 7 bfithe city. ..:_ ■ . ■ -f- .
s Rev. B.lli. Whitman, IX- D.,^-^. of
Philadel?Wa,iwin preach the .opening eer
mon^vand Dr.v W. H. %TFhltßitt,<wlll A also
tako part fin the 'services. .The orchestra
of the -Toting Men s Christian
Association will be on hand to : fyrn stu the
music, and there will ; be fine choir, singing.
Mr; Haddon S. Watkins .will sing; a^olo.
? The new church is one. of. jho^/"."!^'- I . l^
est structures in the city.^nnrlth-on-^f
"gatlon deserves much crefiit for ltsjsplen
did work.- The pastor of : the church, .who
has , enginoered : the ■ building : scheme-r aU
through.vis Rev. a P. Stealey. who;ls a
faithful pastor and a good speaker. ; ■-..
Rev Dr W. R. L. Smith.; of tho Second
Baptist church,' will occupy., his; pulpifin
themoroing. -Owing to the baccalaureate
sermon \eX Richmond College there will
bo no service at night. . .
Rev M " Ashby Jones will taka for.his
morningV subject in r Leigh-Street 'Baptist
; church," "Christianity's Credentials, and
at night, ."Learning by Law.". '
A special church meeting of importance
will be held in the afternoon at the: First
church. Dr. George Cooper will \ preach;
in the morning. The night service wih: be
suspended ; that. the congregation may at
tend the Richmond ;College ; commence
ment.
Rev. Dr. William E. Hatcher will ocupy
the pulpit of Rev. Dr. C. S. Gardner, In
the Grace-Street Baptist church,: in the
morning. There will be no I evening ser-.
vice. : : t ■ : f*il&t&ttb!L\sM&£S2
The regular monthly meeting of the Bap
tist: Sunday-School': Association of Rich-,
mond and Manchester will be held at tSe
Barton Heights Baptist church' this after
noon at 4 o'clock. Rev. C. C. Cos will de-.
liver the address on this occasion. >,
In the"afternoon theVenable-Street Bap
tist church will have its roll-call and an-,
nual meeting. All 'members of the church
are urged to be present. .
Beginning at 9:3o. o'clock In the morning,
there will be interesting services at the
Second Baptist church. Officers, teachers,
and pupils. of tho Sunday school are urged
to be present; «. „, ... ■> ■■.'••
Rev. W. B. Beauchamp will occupy his
pulpit nt both services in the Broad-Street
Methodist church. „ His evening : subject
wili be "The Christian and the Law of the
Land." Sunday school, 9:30 -A- M.;r mid
week service, Wednesday evening, S:ls
o'clock; Epworth League, ; Friday even
ing, 8:15 o'clock. A cordial invitation to
all. ' ■ / V : ■'-■- ; :
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Joseph D.
Langley, at 11 A. M. t ; and- S:ls P. M.; in
Bt. James Methodist church.
Rev. John Hannon will preach in the
morning at Union-Station Methodist
church. In the afternoon,, at 3 .o'clock,"
Children's Day exercises /will' be held,"
when Rev. Dr. R, .B. Eggleston will
preach. Rev. P. A. Cave will conduct the
erening service. ■' %.
Rev. It. B. Beadles, tho pastor, will con
duct tho regular services at Hasker Me
morial church to-day at 11 A. M., and
8:15 P. M. . ;
Rev. L. B. Betty, pastor of Clay-Street
Methodist church, has commenced a series
of sermons on the "Character and "Inci
dents of the Bible." These services are
especially Interesting to the young people, :
and .will bo continued from Sabbath to
Sabbath: at the night services until the
series are completed. ' ■
Rev. George H; Spooner will preach
morning and night at Trinity.
The usual services will be held at Park
Place by Rev. J. T. Bosman, and at St
James by Rev. J. D. Langley.
Fairmount-Avenuo Methodist ..church.
The pastor. Rev. J. O. Babcock, preaches
at 11 A. M. and BP. M. New members
will be received at the evening hour.
In the absence of the pastor, the pulpit
of Centenary church will be ' filled to-day
at 11 A. M. and 8:15 P.' M. byißev:; C: P/
AVil liamson, president of Richmond Semi
nary.; Sunday school at 9:30 A. M.: Wed
nesday night service at 8:15.'?'- ;
By special request Rev. . R. M. Maxey
will preach at night at Asbury on "Recog
nition in Heaven."
At Grace-Street Presbyterian church Dr.
Jere Witherspoon, the pastor, will preach
both morning and nightu The Doctor will
take for his morning subject "Hear Him ;
or, the Voice Supreme," and at night
his subject will be "The Look of the Soul
upon the Church."
Rev. Dr.. Russell Cecil .will preach in the
morning at U o'clock and in the afternoon
at 5 o'clock in the 'Second Presbyterian
church. ' -'
,:..- Rev. Calvin Stewart, of the Church of
the Covenant, will occupy his pulpit at
both services. :
At the Third Presbyterian church to
day the pastor, Rev. R.B. Eggleston,; win
preach at 11 A. JI. and 8:15 P. M. The
afternoon service will be one of special In
terest, as the ordination of several elders
will take place. . '
i .: Rev. W. S. Campbell ' will preach morn
ing and evening in Manchester.
West-End Christian Church' on Morris
sti-eet between Main and Floyd ayenua.
Preaching to-day by the pastor. Rev.
Henry, Pearce Atkins, at U' A. M., subject:
"The~Plllar and; Ground of the Truth,"
and at . 8 :15 P. iL , sub j ect : "Th c Conver
sion of a Righteous * Woman." Sunday
school at 9:30 o'clock. Christian Endeavor
at 7.80 P. M. :Seat3 free. A .cordial wel
come awaits all. -. ■.■■■:. ::
At Marshall-Street Christian church
Revv. F. W. Troy will fill his pulpit both
morning and night. •-• Preaching at 11 "A. M.
and BP.M. ;'i£ii ! are cordially, invited.. "' ■- ■-'-.-:
£ Rev. P. A. Cave will occupy, his pulpit at
the Third Christian church in the morning,
talcing for his subject. 'When? 'Where?
What?" arid at 8 :15 ; P .; M. ; the sermon lwill
be delivered by Rev.; John'Harinon; D. D.,
of Union-Station Methodist church.
; Rev. F.W.. Troy will preach morning
and;: night at Marshall-Stroet 'Christian
.'church. -: v ' --.-■.•:'•:' ;-: ■-' " S" '.■'•>.:•■' ".:: ■.■'■-:'■'■."■' : -'-
; : Rev. E. L. Goodwin .will occupy his pul
'. pit ; morning' and ■ afternoon at ; St. Mark's
! Episcopal church.' . : : :
'£' Rev. Dr. :- W. IJ. ; Evans, \ rector •of Monu
mental ! church, i f conduct; the jmorhlng/
and Idt1 dt ternoon < service \\ at? 5 s 'o'clock.^ Holy
; iwill £ bev-aaininistered^atiS
Vclocklnthe^mofning. :. -v"
; , Services will ba r held .In St Andrew's
Hall^ rpradlng.;u^e';buildii^g;i6f4tho^church,
it 1 11 A. M.. and " 8 " P. M..'-' Revj::,Thbmaß
Stmmes is "tha rector? aniSßev. 1 Caryßeck-
Trtth. assistant.
To which every department in our. house contributes its quota of new up-to-date and wanted merchandise
such as present wants, demand and marked in every -instance at from- one-half to one-third of their former or
rightful prices. It. is only necessary to examine the specials quoted below to become a ready buyer.
Highp^
With Insignificant Prices Attached, '" Sig ''^^^^^^| Ready-TO=Wear AppHrel^
.Only the choicest of this season's, best foreign and, 'domes- -■ -.nfJlONt^^^^^^^^S - ■ > or ' • r. '•
tic ■productions, marked m nearly every ;. instance at one-half . ncOSr l *^s^-^^P^^P^^ ; - surprise i rices.
their former price; • v PROOF^T^^^^^^^^^ ' Every one new and just the'; top-notch of style and ele
'2r^f%^v^^^ SS ws'w 5 ' SOC, 59c, 69C warbanteJ^^^^^^^¥ gance, marked at prices in evbry instance which would not
colorings .;...v.,.,,:: : : ; .v1^C ; 'Goods NOW 39C. i 'feff^^^P^^^S manUfaCtUre thCm '
df e SSe3SeS^ 59c: :Siik Striped: , Grenadines.^ew/ ] Tailored Suits. . BathlHg StlltS.
; and' wanted shadings, the | 7I/ r pretty .and^ stylish, all wanted , W^l'^^O^ ftfe ■: A 1 V. , " ", ' ' >. Ladies* and Mines' Bathinc : Srita of
■•87% c quality. Epeclai......'. colorings; the ,s9c. ones ■ now...^: . hfS^^^S]^-<^< : 'J*K:^W^jb Only thlS Season's most r f^, f ; v ",■• ° f
. 7 - 1 j' * '— _._ ..,.,, . .;.-. . .;..-.., Bte-^^yg^^t*** »"!5v V l *Ms» f ; ,■ • ■■■■," • Mohair and Sicilians, nicely made and
: Real scotch Ginghams. 9^2 - O S°'££ I^'^. - 39c BS^Hp^PPSI fetchy styles, right in every trlmmed; color 3 B!ack and Navy> $IDSj
kinds that wash and. wear so 25 C °^ ;,^» J^ M^M ■■particular,: that .IS, CUt, Style,. $3 . 95 , U.SS, J5.93 " to l*».0O.
• nicely - ••••••—„ 69c. Striped and Dotted Grass "2f|*»... ■ E^^^^?|^^^} .^ >o^^»s«JsS« v , , • \ . • 1
-Striped Linen^Ginghams, very^eslr-; Linen, n0w.............. \ HMp^ J^^^^ Workmanship and materials - p „,..,
able' for ,-.: shirt-waist suits, -'.-'. 50c. French -Ginghams, .wlith-rsO^ : " '/#^^^^^r US.cd. . ~ ■■ OCpdIdICOMUS.
wSinS llS^.^"^ 3 37J^^ Mercerized;: Stripes, n0w........ VC . All of $15.00 Suits n0w.... 510.93. Black- an,l Navy Unlined Ail-Wool
:•■■.. _. „. . . . All of 517.50 Suits n0w.... 512.a5. Etamine Skirts, trimmed with bands
Flemish; Laced Striped Lawns, now . BOX WaiStS. Allof $20.00 Suits n0w... .515.00. of narrow " stitched tat.eta and H. P.
and - very effective patterns H>Q'r :. : r . : ' All of $22.50 Suits n0w.... 51T.50. effects; perfect hanging and very ser
every fashionable tintings..... Novelty ' Box Waists, in S^^^^^^^^^^^^fJl All of $25.00 Suits n0w.:.. «9;00. viceable garments;, the $12 (PO qq
■ Dotted Denises, embroidered;, dots, '.wt-:^ -p rrn aTl d : Rlack and" AU of f-" 5°5 ° i" US '^"H™' and L '- aS Skirts now «PO.VO
all size dots and all colors, 50.J69 oj , White, i^CJU and iilack and. C^^^^^^^^^^^ : AH of $35 00 Suits n0w.... 2,. 00. . L -^
;75,and 85c; 1 • i- • , • -White, notwo alike, exclusive * suits n0w... .j55.00. skirtg . the $] . ones now __ lU.yo
:-'S- - : rtnrhpctir* -designs. •-■,- •.;■ •■•-,;; ;/•';:.-. •■ ; |^^>^^^^^^^^^^! Wash Skirts. Mohair walking skim.c- qq
-•- UOmeStlCS. ' $6 .S Waists n0w...... 54 00, Japanese SllkS, extra ...value.. .W. 98
'(American made: Ginghams, \ fine and \'_ -57.25 Waists 'n0w...... 55.00. Guaranteed Ab s olutely Water and ' All made m - the- best and Black and Xavy Walking Skirts.
• light weight, new, and stylish pat- , *' _. • V,_ ' . ■ Absolutely waterw ater ana mn - t f U ch\nnxh\e minner all-wool, light weight, and perfect
terns and colorings, 10, 12V' 2 . 15 and : $9.2s^ Waists. now $7.00. Perspiration^ Proof. • ■' : mOSt lasmonaDie manner. hanging garments, actually Q-qO
20c. - $1.50 White Lawn Waists, <}• 120 TT • r:^ - V IV>l'- 1Z '■ White P. K. Skirts, $2.£3,; 53.43. $4.45, yorth $7.50; special...
Percales'inneatdbtsiand stripes for now ............................ IP 1 .^V Heavy weght, perfect Blacks and $4.93. , / . Ladle s- Lawn Wrappers, carefully
shirt-waist suits. v - . :, Rjart finhd<s all Pure; bilk and every yard: Linen: Skirts, $1.95, 52.45, 52.95, $3.45, selected patterns, cut full and wide,
■"■'■^ ■'"■■' 11 v t m ty, n* rt. * /\r\ — IrtCIV VJU UU3 - mn'raWrpprt in o-ivf>" p'ntirp wtU $3.9S to 55.00. . , yokes "nicely trimmed;; deep flounce:
■ y^r P r, S pS h ..°!51.00 ; For:Ho «. Wea « hCT w«a, g—eed to- give entire satis- -^^^ --$1.98 £^&.™l™£^tW
'-' ' Ready-to-use ' -■ Cotton Sheets, .all. 40-Inch All-Wool Batiste, light: jTA^r „„ ' ... " ',"-„-' '„. - .
sizes. 5V60. Ts.andssc. .-\ -\ : \, v ; : weight;andfairy, perfect- blacks OUC. 39c. for .■£* ™z^ J° % *?*£&': Our Corcet Department is the most complete. in all Rich-
Kvßeady-to-use Pillow-^Q^- /London j|^qq Sa for the wiSwTSa quaVty/ '• _ mond. - All of the best foreign and domestic makes find
?ca5e5.:^c.0..;...................? ca5e5.:^c.0.. ; ...... ............. lnC h" "^ilwooV -"voli^; " 75c. 69c. for the regular ssc. quality. ". representation here.. We fit all figure's perfectly. • Sole
Bedwear for Summer Use. camers-Hair Grenadines, ;^c.for,theireguiar:si quality.; Richmond selling agentsfor the Fasso Corsets.
-.- ■■-: ■■: •• "■ - -■--. ■•■■•■. --" : $1.25, $1.50,- »-.00 and $2.50. ' - Soc. for the regular 51.15 quality. . : • . ; "-■■ - ■ " - - ■
Allendale; and Dimity. Spreads, all : .' • ' • : " ■■ % .. • ' . _ :. '
|s:toS|?!|^p7:so; sr^^.'r;:.^.:. 0 .! $1.50 .-, printed Foulards . ■ MusMn Underwear,
summer- weight Lamin-. •• 46-inch Aii-wooi : > striped . Mistrai3, In an; immense range of entirely
;S a o n r!... c ™^:^: $1-50 't ta T A^wooi 'cLo... cane - ncw Patterns : and.cblorings. . .Properly Made, Nicely Trimmed, Little Priced.
:VvQulltcd Mattress -'Protec- ; £J : Cft> ; perfect^ Black; a great bargain ?»SUC The 75c quality now. ; ...._^.......39c. n^o«>^r>- f-
for singl, bed.........V.^1.i5V:; J l^^: All^ 00l kellon . /I ". The $1 quality :n0w......;^:......-50c. . Urawe^. --, . , ; .^KiriS.
.*:-'. .:. " " C";.%-- : /^9?oo'-' Th e 51.20 quality. n0w...-;V.;...^..:.;-.79c. ; Nicely made Ladles' Muslin Draw- Ladies' Muslin Skirts, with Inwn
r - For double bed........".-.... •P^»VV. iing skirts ....:..............'.. •P i •-^'^ . Striped all-Silk Wash Tailetas white ers." with deep Cambric Ruf- 9()r nifflo - trimmed with two rows
V -■'■■.■ - 11 - ,'y. Arnh^ir Z^rn mioiifv ~it- grounds, l with'^colored stripes./ very : de--i fle, -..-. of lace insertion with Ct 1Q
Fibre RUgS. • '& ln^^i£3^t^ Ladies' Cambric Drawers, trimmed -Ig. ............ ...,.,,...," 5? I -IV
Many new ones just come' " H i^^^S^ 49 Ci toSr^^i|,^
'in entirely new patterns anY ;. ?: ° p q ; S^^SV^ Ws&£^^ £Z *^T^ £ ~
COlormgS. v - v - . fcirai>Ul6». _ Ings;, . the. 50c. :1 quality, bought here 2Qr Tucks ........ OyC flounce, trimmed with thre» rows of
, -. 51 ze........,?ia00 and $12.50. a^^a^g^at p r j ces tomp ve conceivable coloring,; ail sjlk;:an
- "Japanese -and China Mattings; -new •■■ ''iT*-'-*" cc *. : ' excellent wearer, yard... w"t rnrcpf fnvprc •
patterns and colorings, . -^Oc. . A () r them Ott at Once. . . : " ■ . % . . .' UJFiCL . GOWHS.
to. yard........ ......:....:...... WC .gg and^Tß P«agta now $1.19. Some Towels A nice" Corset Cover ot^lyLr -Thin Muslin Gowns, trimmed
<?limm P rCflrfflin C « WO 2Ss« fno? & £ ' Very Good and-Very Low Priced. good: quality Cambric 1 wlth embroidery, Insertion and r Qc
; - ■ ~_ 18x38 Hemmed" Linen Huck Towels. Nainsool^Corset Covers.^ withi^p tucks OVi.
Striped Madras Curtains, -d>i| rh $5.00 Parasols now $4.00. heavy weight; a great bargain, j/|vV narrow ruffla and 1ace.......... t ' ; <- w :. Cambric Gown. V neck, yoke daintily
all colors, 3 yards long, pair «P I, *O \J : $6.00 Parasols, now $4.00. . each .................. ............... 1 ! 1 C Nainsook Corset Covers. ■.'7SJ f » • •rimmed with fine tucks and AO-
Bobinet and Muslin Cur-Cc^A Tlmh^Hoc 20x40 Extra Quality and Weight Hemmed trimmed with ribbon and lace >tSC lace ............:..........:...... *O^
tains, pair, $2.00 to .'. $D.\JV .. : ; Umoreildb. ; . . • Linen Huck Towels, 15c; or. J| # 75 . Others at! 2s, 39. 59c. to $1.98. Others, $1.25 to $10.
tS^pSrToofe^:: $5.00; • Ladles . e eilrX;i ; union \' ' stationery Ribbons
: Irish -"roriif. Curtains. #|r AA T^^ n ? v^^*™^ °* 20x42 Hemmed^Ah-Linen Huck^Towels. , .: istatlOne O r - : - ... KIDDOHS.
new patterns, pair $5 to.. 4>l*J.y\J: ■■° gA& *:. -."abtually worth $3 .00 :«t: «t V Af\ • extra - <l ual ity; and .-. weight, A(\ Our stock of fine writing-papers Is , Special preparations here for the
- ■ '.. - ; :--.--:■. and's3so- special .. . dozen .....v........ ................ >pX'.' t tU the:most complete in Richmond. ."■>' All commencement season. Every known
. Negligee ShlS*tS. ; ' ■ 22x42 H - s - All-Linen Huck Towels, the new and correct styles and shapes wanted soft weave here such a 1
.> fe : . -: Hn/IPMvMf actually worth. $4.50; special..^^ A A here: Complete; line of Whiting's Fine anQ^antea.soa weave nere. sucii as
Gentlemen's Negligee' Shirts, cut full ; - UHaerWCar. ; dozen ' [ ' §£.{){) Pa pers, among them ' Organdie,. Bond. Liberties. &atin Taffetas, •„■. Taffetas..
and wide, carefully selected ; patterns, Ladles' Ribbed Gauze Cotton Vesta, ' Bath .Towels, "of extra quality tennis and Organdie Linen, Angora, Woven, and.Lousmes, in all colors and widths,
■ plain and plaited- bosoms, $1.00, $1.50, ' low neck and no sleeves, 10, 12 and cloth, fringed," hemmed, and H. <t(\ (\(\ and IrisU Linen ' -ln aII tne wanted and at lowest prices, quality con
; and $1.75. - ". - 50c v ■ S., dozen, $3,. $4, : $4.50, ;to......«P>'«vU shapes, and at specially low prices.. sidered ' •
v^pjs^srs-s-s ; whiteGbodl special.:;; .;■ Sp^ cial
stitched bosoms ............. : 4>.i.OV- Gentlemen's Balbriggan Shirts and ; PERSIANvLAWKS..; H :; ■ .. Regular 33c. papers,. In organdie ;fin- ' ■-■r. .» , »,„• o .
: li-- . ■■/ Drawers 25 50 and 75c. FRENCH "BATISTE, . Ish, In Blue, Purple, and White; large o-Inclv Woven Dotted All-Silk Soft
PlaitinP" Machine ■ . ' . ; > .;: FRENCH NAINSOOKS, ; Lakewood square-shaped; spe- •< c_ Taffeta Ribbons, in all colors, ac
1 iun»u & iuuv^iiv^ RobeS. ORGANDIES, :. cially priced, quire......;....... I«3L/ tually: worth 35.; special. |-^
We are agents for: Richmond for .the • * x>r4'ni i^ +X «1 W > INDIA LINONS. Regular 25c. Vellam and Crepon fin- yar •— — — -.— -- — •.-•.•-",
Acme' Plaiting Machine; makes accor-. , To clear them up, and that -quick, -trices xic. 10 *i.-a yara. ... Ish. In Azure. White and "Purple; 5-inch Fancy-Colored Ribbons In
dion. knife.' and roll plaiting in Qr_ now's your pick of any at about re- New Striped Madras, pla^n and CTA/-»- square shapes; specially" priced, (\^ the choicest patterns and cotodnss
widths to 12 Inches; complete.. "v^ ■ duction of one third. .. . | mercerized, 12c. t0...;............... 01/ L/ quire .... .............'....; yC were 35 to 50c per yard- s'd^-
church will be conducted .by " the' rector,
Rev. Robert Strange, at HA. M. and 8:15
P. M. ' .. ' ' '■■- \- - ' * 'I
The. usual services will be held at All-
Saints' ..: by ; Rev. :J. Y. : Downman, at
Grace church by Rev. ;L. R.. Mason, -and at:
Christ church by Rev. G. Otis Mead.
Rev. G. Otis Meade will preach at
Christ Episcopal church at 11 A. M. and
at BIP.8 I P. M. • .- , . . :: - -„■ -■■'- v- ■
PRESIDEXT INVITED TO ATLANTA;:
Asked to Attend TJnveillns of Monn
} '■ ment to" Confederate General..
: WASHINGTON, .- June 7.-Julius L;
Brown, of Atlanta, Ga., called at the
White House to-day, with Senator. Clay^
and Representative. Livingston, and v ln
vited [. the 'PresidentTto attend .tho unveil- :
• ing of :■' a'- monument; to ";■ the X Confederate
general. - William H. T. Walker, , at "At
lanta,^ on I : July 22d.\ . ' V '.. ':-: ' "\
.-"; General I Walker .was killed", in? the same :
battle"- and on* the ' same "day that " the :
Union : general ;McPhersori: met 1 his ; death; 7
\ The"; President 'said "he y would \ : take ;the
matter .under: advisement,', but* he. very:
much-feared he would 1 not be able to go,
owing to the press of public business.: .
' Fine Horiei Bnrned'to; Death. ;
•.■■■■PHILADELPHIA; : { PA: , '- : June : 7.--Three:
buildings of jthe'Emdheini:: Stock;Farm;
near this; city, were "destroyed ; by* fire this :
ta ornlng. I Five I thoroughbred | horses '"-■ were"
burned to death.' V Tne loss ; is : placed at '
$100,000. . , „
"Summer v ElaevrhereV Via "H 3 Seaboard i
Air Line' Rail-way."
*V^ %h^, Sea^ c>ard ih^ s iust Issued iani attrac-l
:tlye I Summers Touri«t^Folder/< under.nthet
.Utle^ SummeriiElsewherer. via? Seaboard;
Air^Linesßailway,'^which'willvbeJmailed^
>U> any s address! ontapplication;v or iwiUJbe ;
Idoliveredatosanyoneiwiihlne^a^cbpy^ont
iS >p Vss?°i n^ a !l d l e - J cpwpanyTss offlce3jloo6 :
lEast^Maln*Htre6t,vißichinona -or \to'^th«*
?officeß|of UMthe Richmond^ Tra'n^ferSComlj
WMt * ,Dis^VPaßW«eerf, D i s^VPaBW«eerfA g fntM
I J X~ 1008 East : Main' street** Rlchinohd\va^;
•las*-** .
NORFOLK IN 2 HOURS, 20 BIIXUTES;
Ttto Trains That Do Tliis via Nor
folk and "Western Railvray. ,
: "Norfolk Limited" ; leaves Richmond
daily 9 A.; M. : , arrives Norfolk (104, miles)
11:20; A. M.; connects for ..Virginia- Beach.
"Ocean Shore .Limited" ; leaves Richmond
daily" at 3P. ,M., arrives 'at Norfolk, 5:20
P. M.,: making, close connection with
. steamers ■, for ; - Boston, Providence, New
York, Baltimore, and Washington,:; arid,
with, train for ..Virginia ■; Beach." Both; of
these trains run solid through to Norfolk,
.without = change 'of : cars. Additional train
leaves Richmond : daily at 7 :25 . P.- M., ar
rives at Norfolk; at ■ 10:40 -P.: M. : - See ; : that
your tickets read .i via -the" Norfolk and
Western 'railway— the J only, entire; rail
route ; : between Richmond. •: and : Norfolk.
Ticket offices, S3S arid 903 :"east Main street,",
Jefferson" Hotel,' and Byrd-Street i Station.
•■■■-"■- .'- — ■ — ' — o - .- .;■; ■■",:; : ;.- : ;v
Snmmer .Excursion Rates via': R. < X. : j
&P. and rCdnncctlonn. _■;■„ • j
. ..Commencing :' at ; once,:-; the ■-. Richmond,; I
Fredericksburff ':■"-* Potoriiac Railroad
Company will • sell I special excursi9n tick-"
ets v. to ;; all^the t summer Sresorts ;
north and ! east;-: including : many/ points iin j
: Canada," at greatly reduced rates. .Tickets
good returningiuntil 0ct.:31,- 1302. Inclusive.-:
,% ; For A through ; tickets v and , further* infor
mation, "/. apply, to • ticket J agents,-"; Byrd- j
Street, :Elba; and Main-Street'; stations, < or, I
Richmond > Transfer .» Company.% 903 1 Eaet
Main street, Jeff ersori Hotel and Murphy.'s
Hotels -.: ■'-^^^:^'-:.'VW;.p;TAYLOB;V-:::
,je4-tf J Traffic Manager.; ;
— ■'.■', ' ■''. ' ' ''' ' " '' ' Q ' r ---■- -v -. ■-. . ... ..^.,....- -...
■Sunday r:Exenx«ion«-rSeaboard'i'Al if.;
Line Railway— Forty :Cent« for the
Round Trip Between Richmond
ttzxl Petenlmrg.
: ; Beginning ?■ Sunday, June Ist. ■ ; 1902, v; and
eyerylSuriday- thereat ter-iintil i fuftherjno-^
.t^e.^the^SeabpardlAlr^helßailwayl^Ul
• i ßell\ticke.ta '■ from; Richmond i
ran^|fetwntat* i aVriatil6f^?l'c6?i B "|*9F^^ i 8:
;round> trip. These good i{on|ialls
tralna.&The^^
1 from* PetersburgSitbrf ßichmond Karid l* fe-1
Z. P^SMim'lM
The One Thousand Mile Interchange
able Ticket I*»ned by the Sea
board Air Line'; Railway
will : save you money. This ', ticket Is : good
over : nineteen :" r railway.- ' and ' ;; r stea.mship
lines, comprising about: seventeen thou
sand miles :. of ! road in "the south. .This
book, can be ! used "between Richmond : and
Washington, Norfolk and Baltimore (short
line mileage) | and { as far ; south as Jack- :
sonvllle, ".Tampa and -New Orleans, -and
as far -west as.; St. Louis,'; Memphis iand
Cincinnati. Further: information
fully furnished by any agent:of-the.Sea
board. ' /- Z. P:: SMITH, ■'.• - .
1 : : District Passenger Agent.
'; . 100G East Main street, Richmond, Va.
: my3l-tf ■ '. ■:■■;■ :...■/:' ■:-: . , V.
BEST GIRL TICKETS
To Be Sold by the Norfolk and
■'':... | ._ ' • Western Rallvrny. ■ ■ .•'-.-'•"' .
'Beginning June 6th, and. thereafter until
further notice, tickets = will be sold from
Richmond to * all -j summer resorts . on .; the
Norfolk ; and Western Railway for Friday
P. M;. trains -and all: trains i Saturday,;
good- for returnv; "passage until; midnight
of the following -Monday,- at? the low/rate
of : a one-way, fare; for the round trlp/fex
cept that tickets j to; Norfolk ■will be -
ahd-: ; to ■ Virginia" Beach 3; ?3.50^ '% : Now ; you
can:; spend ;; Saturday s ,, and Sundays :i this
summer -with your best , girl. ' ; For* tickets
or further '- particulars :'» apply- Norfolk ; and
jWesterh v Passenger; Office/; Ninth : and
Main % Richmond Transfer ': Com
pany, 903 Main/or ticket office Byrd-Street
Station. -
BUNDAY<EXCUnSION> TRIPS
I Between Richmond < and Peter»Dnr«,
j vl* The Atlantic-Coast Line R. R
!] CommenclHjf $ Sunday, !? June - 1;t 1902, ' and
! everyj Sunday^th'eyeaf ter: : iintiiTfufth'er.; no--'
Uc«,vthe'/AtlantlorC6a^^lns;railro^^vlli
I ielli l tickets jjCrom^Rlehmond -ito") Petersburjr
|[aSul^return;.at :rataSbfS4oj{centSif6r| i the
j round-trij^yefoodlo^^'n^ea^Klßlch^
I mondj lni morn^tgi and*: returning [oni^trains"
leavinVl Petefabur^?lri ?af terhoon j of |same ;
day. ' -. ■
;,gFpr^fuliynformatton, apply to any agent
of the*company,tor;h'" - "'J^^M
C. 3. CAMPBBI^pIpi
i^^^S|^Sltfv^i^^gMHenK€r^3pM^^S i
To Beach Park Next Sunday,: Junes .S.
Two- fast trains Richmond to- West
Point and return next Sunday ; and every.
Sunday leave Richmond, - Southern ' Rail-
W,ay Station; 10 A: M. and 4 P. M.;. re
turning, leave West Point 3 P. M. and
10:30 P. M. Quick comfortable ride; 50
cents round trip. .■-;-.".-..
Sniamcr School, Knoxyille, Term.,-
June 10-July 30, 1002.
For .the above occasion 'the Southern
railway will sell special tickets from all
stations on Its lines to Knoxvllle, Term.',
and return at one fare -for the. round trip.
Tickets to b? on sale June , 10th; 17th; and
18th;. June 2Sth, 2Sth, and 3i)th, ?and July
11th; lith, and 13th, with return limit
August 15, 19u2. \ ] ' '- ' .
Do: not fail to 1 travel through Ashevilie
(Land of the. Sky) and Hot Springs en
route to Knoxville.'.. : " * - : : - ■
Farmvllle and PoTvhatnn Railroad.
.Schedule effective Saturday, : June 7, ; 1902.
.Leave Richmond, via Southern railway,
; Saturdays, 6:00 P. M., other week days.
2:30 P. "M.. for Farmvllle ana intermediate
stations.,:" ' . " . * "
■ :;Arrive : : Richmond from : Farmyille and
intermediate stations Saturdays ami Mon
da>'S,"B:4o;A: M:; other week days, 3:S P.M.
: T. M. R.'TALCOTT. R. T. WILSON.
■■ : ' : :- : : '"• '- f Receiver.';^ '.-." 'G- P-A.-'
To California and tile Pacific "■ Slope,
;•'•■: via'.theiSealiioArd Air Line Ry.: . ■■■:■',
■■-■: On account of -the'' meeting "of the '■Im
perial "Council/ -NobleV -Jof ■': Vthe ; Mystlc
: Shrine, : held at Sari' Franciaco, = June 10 to
14,"=; 1!KB^ the : Seaboard Iwjll \ sell {round 5 trip
tickets to; either-Los Angeles or. San Fran
cisco at A the ; very «"- low.?! rate^l of - 165.25 ~ for
the I rounds, trlp.T&The 3 paapenier K mz.y.: go
one > route ? and : return another. ;r; r Tlck«ta
;wlHSbeSOtt2saleffUnUlsiJune|t/l:final^Umlt
of •; sixty ? days f. from ; date •; of sale.
Stop-oyer sprivilegea ? allowed. !*Th»i Sea
board* off ers ' the choice tot : '- route*,' 'Koin*
vlaSNewa Orleans.^ San^fAntonlo« aha* El
Paso,=i ori via* Atlanta." 3 ? C haunnootfa, Nnsh
villa * and ) Memphis.*. better] known? as ;"Th»
Lookout a Mou n tain ¥Rbute.*'i~i For/; further
lDfprmatlon.tcallfonforiaddjress^feK
|m|s.-u District :Paaa«n»er/A«afi«i
10M Ea*t Main atxee^ Wclunon^MfcHi]
Do Not Fall to Attend. Opening Beacfc
. \. Paris, June Sth.
' . Two fast trains leave' Richmond 19 A.
,M. and 4 P. M. from Southern Railway
Station". Fifty cents for the round trip.
OX AGAI.V.
The Sunday Trips to Bench I'ark.
West Point, "Vxx.— oOc. Round Trlj>.
" COc." - . • ". - .. ' ■
Commencing Sunday. June ?. and ever/
Sunday, there will "-be two trains for .west
Point.. ;■ ' ■ - - .
■.The; first will leave Richmond (Southern
Railway; Fourteenth-Street Station) a.
10: CO A. M.; returning, leave West Point a:
SiCO'P.M.
The second will leave Richmond ac '
P. 'M.; returning, leave West Point at
10:30 P: M.: -' ■ ' ; ; .
Only 50:cent3 forthe round trip. Tick
ets: good, going, and returning..:. 0:1 ettfcer
: train. ; _„,. --„(_:. .■■.."" :■;■■'- . - - "' .
;-Only sixty minutes in each, direction,
and thirty-nine miles to; salt water.
..- . -_. - .— — — :: — — o— — — ; — ;.- . .
SPECIAL AFTERXOOX EXCtKSIOX
To Beach Park, Tl>»t Point, >'**;■;:.
June 12. sOc— Round Trli*—r>oc.
Special fast train will' leave Richmond..
Southern-Railway (Fourteenth-Sere-?; sta
tion). June 12 at 3:15 P. M. .Returning,
leave West Point at 10:30 P. M.
: The .Richmond Grays, •.; Company -^ r> w i:j
celebrate! their annlversarj*: at Beach lar*
-that '"day. ami will po dowa on this tnt.ru
■ Go" with : the 'soldier bo>-3 and sp^ni a
delightful' evening. _: . : je^-.t
Southern Student Conference of *•
3J. C- A., June- 14-21J, IDO2— .VanuwJ
Conference of Y. W. C. A.. Juoc
13-25. 1OO1!, A*heTiUe, ». C.
For the above occasion the .Southern
railway :,wIII: ,wIIl: sell round-t»4p tickets from
aU^polnt* on its linesto 'Asheyille . aai»
returnT at -one ;fare for th« rouna -
JtripNiiTlckets -^to^ b* on : salo J"«*
13th|and?14th. -with return limit June -.
1902J*"
2.Thls7offerß"a rare opportunity for vi.iit*
Ingf^Ashevllle^ (the Land of the Sky). '-etc.
. .. ,
/; Saye Money I » Railroad Travel
by, purchaslncian. ;lnterch(\n*<»abl» tow
■ tnllv deket sold by th» Seaboard. & a?3l*u

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