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Corsets For 79c.
Original Prices $3, $5 and $7.
Tho names of the Corsets are a guarantee of their worth. La
IPremiere, W. B., P. D., Kabo and Thonmons Glove Fitting.
If you're not particular about getting this year's model and wo
hare your size its about the best opportunity for getting a finely niado
Corset at a nominal price that "we know of.
Corsets for 39c that sold from 75o. to ILOO all fmU-kno-m molwe.
A Saturday Candy Special?Mint Lozenges, 10c Pound
You Can't Buy Them Anywhere Bise Under 20c.
Not a Very terge Amount on Hand.
? ?oceai ana
The last meeting of the Hollywood
Memorial Association for this Bummrr
war. held in Lee Camp Hall yesterday nt
il o'clock to ndjnst the unfinished busi?
ness of Memorial Day.
Mrs. Joseph Bryan was present nnd
the attendance wns large. Reports sub- I
jnltted by the different committees showed
un Increase ot interest In tho work dono
by tho association. The ladles desire, |
through tho press, to express thanks to
the Senior and Junior Oakwood and the
Senior und .Iunior Hebrew Associations
for lovely flowers sent; also to the Rich?
mond milito ry, the Sons of Veterans, R.
33. IjPo Camp and tho Richmond Ico
The secretary was instructed to write
to Mr. Craddock and express the sympa?
thy of tho ladies for him in regard to
tho recent pad dpath of his son. Ar?
rangements were mado lo placo the. grave
of General J. E. B. Stuart and other Con?
federato g-raves in Hollywood, outside of
the soldiers' section. In charge of com?
mittees. The ladles oxpressod gratifica?
tion over the recognition of the fact
last Memorial Day that many persons
having privat* carriages Joined In the
?procession. They hope hereafter that all
who aro so provided and arc Interested in
the purpose of the day and Its exercises
will accompany the moinbors of tho as?
sociation to Hollywood.
General Robert White, the orator of
last Memorial Day, has given the origi?
nal manuscript of his admirable nddrcss
to Miss Mlnnlo Baughman. It will by
her bo placed In the library of the Con?
federato Museum. Tito next meeting of
the association will bo held October 31st.
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Thursday afternoon at ? o'clock a quiet
marriage took place In the home of tho
Rev. W. G, Starr, of Washington Street.
Petersburg. The contracting parties wero
Mrs. Hattle Virginia Harris, of that city,
und Mr. Jamee Arthur Warren, of Rich?
Dr. Starr performed the ceremony and
Mr. and Mrs. Warren carao at once to
Richmond, whore they will malee their
homo in future.
The wedding ot Miss Grace'H. Moseley
to Mr. David F. La Prode took place Wed
nesdav evening last in Mount Herraon
Baptist Church. The Rov. R H. Wlnfree
performed the ceremony. The church
whs prettily decorated and Mrs, George
Salle directed the music.
The bride's attendants wero Miss Ethel
Brown, of Manchester, the maid of
honor; Miss Eddlo I>e Prado, Miss Alma
Markham. Miss Silence La Prade and
Miss Mattio Bailey.
Mr. J. ?. ?? Prado was best man. The
groomsmen and ushers: Mr. E. A. Moso
ley, Jr., Mr. Ben La Prade, Mr. J. E.
Bass, Mr, Clopton Wilkinson, Mr. Robert
Stratton and Mr. Frank Bailey. The wrd
delng was followed by a handsome re?
ception in tho home of tho bride's mother
near Mopeley's Junction.
Mrs. PhlUp Taylor and her daughter,
little Miss [Phyllis Taylor, aro visiting
Mrs. J. A. Euiwmerville, of Newport
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Mise Mamie Stone, who has been visit?
ing friends In this city, has left for
her home, In Sfartlnsvllle, Va.
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Mr?. William Owens Moore and Misses
Lilian Gentry and Julia D. y eager, who aro
enjoying iho hospitality of Mrs. Wright,
at her beautiful Virginia Beach cottage,
The Arlington, are having a dollghtful
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Misa Nellie MoCluer and Mr. .Toseph
Lipford were married Thursday night <U
"Powhatan," the Rev. A. A. Jonoa, of
Benny t?tiftet M. E. Church, ofllclatlng.
Miss Emma Gauldlng and Mr. Court
land lipford were tho attendant*. The
croom's parent? gave the bride kind/
groom a reception ot No. 423 Denny
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Mrs. James 1. Parklneon Is the guest of
lier parents, Mr. and! Mrs. James A,
Glenn, at "Glenmary," near Damillo,
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Mi?a Daisy Hancock, who has been
visiting her sister, Mies Lena Hancock,
at Virginia Beach, Is expected home tills
Miss Hampton, the daughter of Gen?
eral Wade Hampton, of South Carolina,
la viBitlng ???. Robert O. Itennolds, at
No. 20? Eist (Franklin Street.
MIsr Hallle Williame, of Boyrtton.
Mecklenburg county, left for Imme Thurs?
day, after u week spent at No. 215 East
Franklin Street. Miss Williams received
many pleasant social attentions while
Mr. end Mrs. Robert B. Wood, of North
Fourth Street, ere spending several
. weeks at Haddon Hall, Atlantic City.
Cards have been sent out for the mar?
riage of Mr. A. U Tynes, of Tazewell, to
Miss Georg&nna Apperson, of Morion,
Va. Tho wedding will take place next
Wednesday evening In the Methodist
Church at Marlon. Tho prospective brido
is the daughter of Dr. John S. Apperson,
ono of thu lending physlrlans In South?
west Virginia. A number o? tho Tazewell
friends and relatives of Mr. Tynes will
attend the wedding.
A Martinique. Va, party. Including
Mlwos Nannie. Mara, Anna and Nannie
Sterling Neblett. have }*on visiting points
tit interest in Richmond this week.
Mr. Joseph F. Roberts, of Newport
News, will be married in Dan?
ville on Wednesday, june 21Ch. at
I? A- H. Hia bride will bo Mita
Elite William? daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. N. William* of that olty. The
marriage will be a very quiet one, owing
to a recent bereavement In the groom's
family. Only Immediate relatives will bo
?***. Louln? i. Crews has iesoed lavi
tfitlona to the marriage of her daughter,
Miss Rosa Emmalyn, to Mr. N. H. Hnir
ston, of Danville, the nuptials to be
celebrated at Belle Grove, tho home of
tlu? brldo'e mother, near Chatham,
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Mr. C. B. Hess Is ?visitine his brother,
Mr. A. L. Hess, of Salem, Va.
Cards have been Issued by Dr. and
Mrs. John S. Apperson, of Marion, for
the marriage of their daughter, Mis?
Gnorgl&iinn, to Air. I^acy A. Tynes. Tho
event will take place June 24th at 0
o'clock P. M., In the Methodist Church
at Mai Ion.
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Miss Mary Drewry was one of the
dancers at a "bell and bow" gorman
given in Danville on Wednesday evening
Miss Fannie Ford loft Monday to spend
the summer in the mountains of Vir?
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Epiphany Church at Somerset, Orange,
county, Va-, will be consecrated by Bishop
Gibson next Tuesday at 11 o'clock A. M.
Tho Rev. K. D. Goodwin will preach on
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Mrs. William J. Fitzpatrlck and daugh?
ter. Miss -Ethel, of Pork Avenue, are
spending tho summer nt Torcga, Bote
totirt county. They expect to go to Mount
Airy about the mlddlo of Augjist to re?
main until tho 1st of October, when they
will leave for their futuro home In Bos?
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Alston Cabell and
family left for tho seashore yesterday.
THE GIFFIN COMYANY
The Season May Close With the Per?
formance Saturday Night.
It la expected that the season of the
G iff en Company nt the Academy will
close with tho performance Saturday
It will give much pleasure to the peo?
ple, of Richmond should it be djclded
to lengthen the stay of the company.
A Capitalist Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ostormajr. of
Pittsburg, with their son, Mr. William
Osteraialer, who 1:1 an undergraduate
of Princeton, aro In tho city visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Charles I. MoKee, at their
home, No. 1300' 1-2 Floyd Avenue. Mr.
Ostermaler was mayor of Pittsburg some
years ago, and subsequently delinquent
tax collector. Ho has lately purchased
a larga estate In the South and pro?
poses to orect a fine hotel with two hun?
dred rooms li) a South California valley
ns a health resort.
Mr. Ostermaier is a large property own?
er In Pittsburg, and among other proper?
ties holds the land that overlooks the
Homestead works whore the strike oc?
curred a fow years ago. In view of Mr.
Ostermaler's intimato connection with
that strike as an onlooker, a city official
and a property holder in tho very heart of
the struggle, It may be interesting to
stato that Mr, Ostermalor was much
struck with the peaceable conditions that
obtain here. v.
It is posslhlo that the Pittsburg poli?
tician may purchase a house hero. Ho
is much In love with the South, and his
frionds aro urging him to locato horo.
The present torni of tho Supreme Court
of Appeals of Virglntn ???'" ?n'1 w"1'
the examination of candid?tee for ad?
mission to the bar next Wocineaday at
Wythevllln. Thero will be about tho tiq?
uai number of appllvants for llconso tn
practico law following tlio graduation of
many students at the law schools of tho
Dr. Wrignt Recovers.
Dr. Julian T. Wright, who has been
,'nutte elok in tho Virginia Hospital for
the past week, has Unproved and hope*
to renew his practico in a fow days.
A HEALTHY COUPLE.
An Old Soldier of 00 Had Some Coffee
An old soldier's wlfo described her
coffee exp?rience as follows; "My hus?
band and 1 have been accustomed to
tho uso of tea and roftuo for a very great
many years, and wo are irery fond of
"Some timo !ibo wo received from a
dear friend In St. Louis a Christmas box
that Included a package of Postum. 1
prepared t>omo without reading direc?
tions and my husband salii: O, nonsense,
this tastos just llko tho crust water
that was ono of the luxuries They al?
lowed to Invalida SO years ago.' Thon
1 looked up tlio directions made the
Postum as It ohi'ild bo niado and wo
both found It doliclous.
"My husband la a broken-down soldier
nrid was a dyspeptic and suffered from
severo headaches, but from tho timo
we commenced to drink Postum we have
not taken a cup of tea or corlee. Dur?
ing tho hot weather wa have eaten no
meat, depending for food upon CJrape
Nuts, My dear husband's headachea
have disappeared since wo left off tho
coffuo nnd bogan Pobtum, and I And my?
self mentally stronger and much hettor
ablo to concentrate my thoughts tlu.n for
several years past. Husband lias a good
appetite now and nothing disturbs his
"I bcllov* that when mothers com? to
pay more attention to their children's
(?let there will bu moro health and hap
plnosa In the world and In domesUo life
generally. IJttle by little this change
"Yours c/ery sincerely for all that per?
taina to health and happiness. Uso out
names If you wish." f?amee furnished
by Postum Co., ?Battle Creek, Mich.
This letter 's in the handwriting nf
tho old ludy herself and tliero are many
people half l.or years who cannot write
half so good a letter. Tho caso Is ono of
remarkable vitality, and apparently the
only lile of their old ape were thoso due
tho coffee drinking, i'hese dluuppearcd
when Postum waa usid in place of coffee.
Counsel Says Strike Does Not
Endanger Their Rights.
TROUBLE OVER LIGHTS
Several Social Gatherings of the Week.
Important Meeting of Manchester
Manchester Bureau Tlmes-DIspntoh, 1
No. 1102 Hull Street. J
Manchester Is quietly watching the
strlko situation, and tho progress either
way Is being looked upon with Interest.
Counsel for tho Passenger and Power
C.'-mpany en Id last night that there Is
nothing In tho franchise of Ihe company
that compels thorn to run cars under tho
prosent condition of affairs.
"Tho. company is going to put. cars on
ns soon ?is it can," said an ofllcliil. "nnd
It la absurd to say that tho Council con
tako our franchise away from us at this
time, and for this reason."
Travel betwoon tho two cities continues
to lie on tho ragged edge, and only those
whoso business calls them to Richmond
go to that city.
No trouble of any kind has orison by
reason of the strike, nnd affairs In police
and all other circles are quieter than for
a long time.
BAD ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
For several nights the street olectrlo
lights havo boon giving poor service, and
complaints aro numerous. The lights In
Eleventh Straot at Maury Cemetery, and
In Hull Street havo been complained
Tho company has promised to remedy
? pleasant evening was spent nt the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. 1?. Landrum,
No. S02 Porter Street, Tuesday, nlgitt,
when a number of their friends wore en?
tertained. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Flank Vaughah, Mr. nnd Sirs. W.
F. McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. Stallings, Mr,
nnd Mrs, Bennett, of Richmond; Mr. and
Mrs. Oechele, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Mor
rlsett, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips.
A party In honor of Misses Florence and
Blanche .Toffers was given by Mr. Goorgo
.loffers Thursday night. Those present
wore; Misses Maggie Wycho, Daisy Wal
don, Graco Metcalf, Gertrude Allen, Jes?
sie Chapman, Blancho JeC?rs, Rosa Jenk?
ins, and Mr. and Mrs. Ashbrook, and
Messrs. Frank Harper, Bernard Perdue,
Manly Allen, Arthur Jewott, Wllllo Met?
calf, Henry Wycho, Cosby and Johnnie
A number of outings that had been ar?
ranged for Forest 1-1111 during this week
havo been postponed on account of tho
sttcot car strike.
In all the churches tho regular services
will he held to-morrow, as usual, with
the regular preachers occupying the pul?
Exalted Ruler L'lpscomh urges all the
members of Manchester Lodge to bo on
hanri at the meeting on Monday nfrht, ns
business of sp?cial Importance will come
up, nnd tho Baltimoro trip will be dis?
Several parties are forming to attend
the amateur circus at the Horso Show
building, to bo given on July 4th for the
benefit of the Homo for Nocdy Confed?
A number of well-known Manchester
peoplo will take part In the circus, both
in tho big show and tho concert, and
largo number of their friends will attend
both performances to see them "act."
MR. BALD Y'S SUBJECTS.
Rev. B, V. Baldy will preach at Baln
brldge Street Church to-morrow on the
following- subjects: Morning. "I Thirst;"
evening. "Tho Daughter of Herodlas."
Tho chorus tdoir will practice at 8
o'clock this evening for tho services to?
PERSONALS AND NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. Oechole, of adelphla,
aro the guests of their uncle, Mr. D. F.
Lnndrum, No. 802 Porter Street.
Miss Holen Walke Is Improving under
tho treatment of Dr. Ingrani.
Mrs. J. w. Craze has gone to Philadel?
phia with her brother.
1 IME FOR NEW WHEAT
A Table Showing the Prevailing Prices
at this Date Since 1871.
As It Is nearly time for new wheat to
malto its appearance in this market, bo
low is given to-day tho following Interest?
ing table of iitatistlcs obtained from Cap?
tain B. A. Jacob, secretary of tho Grain
Exchange of this city, showing the dato
of offering and prices paid for now wheat
Date. Price paid.
1871, Juno 20th.?.?i.To
1872, Juno 20th.1.S0
1873, Juno 2Sth. 1.00
1874, Juno 24th. 1.50
18TC. July 2d.1.32
1870, Juno ?!7th. 1.40
)?7, Juno 27(11. 1,92
1878, Juno IStli. 1.36
1879, Juuu 17tli. 1.28
IS*?, June 21st.1.10
1881, June 29th.1.28
1883, Juno 24th. 1.30
1SS3, Juno 28th. 1.18
1881, Juno 25th. 1.05
18SB, July 2d.1.07
18811, Juno 28th.S3
1SS7, Juno 25th.85
ISSS, July 3d.90
1889, Junn 20th.CS
18!i0, Juiio 17th.?5
1891. July 1st.1.15
181*2, June 24th..'... .90
J8&B, Juno 27th.07
189(1, June 2_'d.03
1895, Juno 27tli.85
189?, Juno 27th.70
1897, Juno 24th.80
1898, Juno 30tli.8u
1899, Juno 21st.SO
1900, Juno 28th.85
1901, Juno '.'t?th.73
lOOli, Juno 30th..85
WAS NOT DRAMATIC
Porter Who Misunderstood the Order
A gentleman in ono of the popular res?
taurants of the city was tolling a good
story to some friends last night. He
sold that a iow days ago ho gavo ono
of the porters u ton dollar noto and told
hiiri to buy somo Bijou tickets, and In
addition he gavo hlnl ? dime with In?
fill uctlona to buy a dramatic mirror. Tho
negro bought tito tickets and returned
the ol?anse all right, but ho appealed for
further orders as to the mirror, "What
nort of a mirror did you say yon wanted,
boss?" was tho guileless ciuostlun. "Tho
dramatic mirror," waa the roply, The
negro said he fully understood, and went
off nnd shortly returned with a small
package tecurely wrapped. In It was n
filiiall looking grass, in handing it to tho
guest ho said, "Boss, Mr. Cohen says
dia Is do best he can do for ten cents."
Tho gentleman so greatly enjoyed the
Joke that ho forgot lie over wanted thu
Work Stops on Jenkins' Plant by a
Work on iho now plant for the Jeukens'
bindery on West Broad Street, being done
by Contractor G. ?\'. Lambert, Ima been
delayed for a while. ,
A few days ngo Mr. Lambert had oc?
casion to give over the work of erecting
un olllco building at the Tredegar Works
to another man, who happened to bo a
When this fact became known to the
men working on tho Jenkana building
they walked out. Mr. Lambert had pre
tb? leather, the
If yon wniit Ilio I-est n?k for
XOOK POU TH IS LABEL
fffiSTsHOE IS MADE Of
Make* heavy ?hoea eoit, light shoes
Strong. Always bright, soft and
It. Made In kid. cnlf.Roat, col
or cow hide. Writ? for book?
let, "now to Boy 8boe>."
vlously laid off pome of his men because
of his Inability to get material, so that
there wore scarcely half a dozen to walk
Mr. Lambert aald last night that he be?
lieved tho matter would bo adjusted In a
few days, and that tho delay In the work
would bo vory little.
Tho Jonkons building will probably be
completed by August 1st.
SUNDAY AT BEACH PARK
Two Convenient Trains Will Leave the
Mr. George Gnvenntor, manager of
Peach Park, snys that tho Btriko will in
no way Interfere with tho special twi?
light trips to that beautiful resort. Two
trains will run to-morrow, one In the
morning and tho other In the afternoon,
r.iVtrie all who wish a full day at West
Point and Beach Park. ,i
Tho bathing season lies opened at the
park, which Is tho closest point to Rich?
mond at which salt water baths may be
All this week Sunday-schools have been
holding their annual outings at Boach
Park, and the samo thing will bo the
rulo next weelc
Dr. Ross Returns.
Dr. George Ross has returned from
Indianapolis, where ho lins been in attend?
ance upon the meeting of medical men,
and has resumed his practice.
Fire, duo to cause:: unknown, broke
out shortly after 11 o'clock last night In
the shed attached to a vacant house at
No. RM West Marshall ^froot. It was
extinguished before damage of any
amount had beon done.
ITO."?Papa Joo Moonl learned to play
10?}?stai playing, andlust received his
four hundredth coat ot wu?tewaeh.
"Tho truth of tho old adage that 'It'e
an ill wind that blows no ono any good'
is again made plain.
"For somo timo past we have been look?
ing forward with a groat deal of pleasure
to the timo when we would got our va?
cation, when wo could go over to No, 1
engino house, whore wo could take a
few lessons in dominoes from the all-star
combination of Meonl and Company, who
think they are the real things In that
line, but we think wo will defer our trip
in that direction until somo more pleas?
ant times, perhaps next spring, when
tho gent?o breezes from Chimborazo
Heights waft tho sweet-smelling zephrs
from the wild Sowers of Jako's woods, or
elfo hie to tho headquarters of Vie First
Police District, and there learn the game
fro'm tlio mon who invented It."
Tho above beautiful story was sent us
in a big, official envelope, and we were
glad to get it, for with ?io streot cars
slopped we have not had tho chanco to
get around among our friends to gather
bright things that fall from their lips.
Wo can't see why It is that because we
had to take a rido around on the car yes?
terday, just to seo what was going on
In Fulton, wo wero called a "scab" by
somebody or other, and various others.
Wo had to tako that trip because It
was our lino of business, and wo didn't
like to walk way down thero.
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Two fellows were etandlng on the cor?
ner the other day, contemplating tho
strike situation, according to Tony Hart.
They looked up and down the street
and then one of them said:
"It's fine weather overhead, anyway."
"Yes, but there ain't many going that
way." was tho reply.
We met Jack Stockton nnd Dave An
drada the other night, and Jako had court
plaster all over him,
".lust went through," he said.
"Can't you sod him?" said Dave.
And then wo all lined up against Rue
ger'a clam counter, and Field Wilbon
strolled in, and told us that Cliff Welll
was just putting on the finishing touches
to hfs new pool room, so that he could
hnvo a table ;jf his own upon which to
play tho interesting game, and savo
Wo wero just about to say something
when Jack again told us ho had "Just
went through," and It was up to Home?
body, so wo had another round .of clams
and walked home.
We are much obliged; wo thank you,
and we have to say that wo have enough
cigars to last for ono week, for Mr. .1,
Munii has presented us with his compli?
ments, a cigar, with a Havana mother?
hubbard weighing one-half pound to tho
Wo shall start smoking It on Sunday
on the trip to Beach Park, and wo will
give dally uiatinoos all next week, so
that when wo got Into tho lion's don at
tho circus on July Fourth wo will bo
equal to the occasioni
Positively cured by these
They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia,
Indigestion ant). Too Hearty Eating. A per
feet remedy for Dizziness, .Nausea., Drcwsi
ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue
Pa?j in the Side, TORPID IJVER. They
Regulate (he Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
Small Pill. Small Poso.
THE GOSPEL WAY
TO SETTLE STRIKES
Rov. Mr. Boyles to Discuss
This Subject To-Morrow.
It is more than likely that some of the
local pastors will make reference in ser?
moni? to-morrow to the present strike
situation in the city. At least one of
them, the Rev. ?. T. Boyles, of the Ran?
dolph-Street Baptist Churoh, has defi?
nitely announced that he will do so. In
the morning Mr. Boyles will preach on
"Three Daws"; at night hie subject will
he "The Goepol Way to Avert and Set?
tle a Strike." The fact that no cars are
running will Impose oonalderable of a
hardship upon many of the ohuroh-go
Ing people to-morrow.
Dr. Hawthorne will preach in the
morning at Grovo-Avonue on "Rowponsl
bllltloe and Difficulties of tho ChrlsUan
(Ministry." At night his subject will be
"Tho Significance of Temptation."
At IiOlgh-Stroet, In tho morning, the
Rov. M. Ashby Jones will preach nn "A
Constructivo ve. a Destructivo Dlfo." In
the evening his subject will bo "Tho Mb
crnllty of Guilt."
Dr. Weston Bruner will prendi In the
morning nt Calvary on "Compound Re?
ligion." His subject at night will lie
"Is God Just?"
The Rev. George H. Sponner will preach
morning and night at Trinity, In the
morning his subject will bo "God's Wrath
?Have You Forgotten About It?"
At Clay-Street, tho Rev. L. B. .Betty
will preach In the morning on "Respon?
sibility to Ono's Self"; nnd in the evening
on "Personal Responsibility to God."
Tho Rev. R. H. Bennett will preach In
the morning at Union Station. At nlgbt
Dr. Hannon will fill tho pulpit. v
Tho services at tho First Presbytorlan
Churoh will bo conducted morning and
night liy Dr. F. R. Beattle, of I.oulsvllle.
A congregational meeting will be held
after tho morning service.
Tho Rov. W. S. Campbell will preach
morning and night at Westminster Pres?
At Centenary, Dr. Denr will presch
In tho morning on "Humility As An Elo
lnent of Strength"; and at night on
"Sowing and Reaping."
Rov. Dr. R. J. Wlllingham will preach
at the Church of tho Covenant In tho
morning at ? o'clock. He wil deiver the
sermon for tho Woman's Foreign Mis?
sionary Socloty of that church. Dr. Wll?
lingham has Just returned from a groat
mooting at Savannah, whero hn delivered
a powerful address on missions that
thrilled tho great audience. Ho Is thor
ughly Informed on this great work, and
his utterances como from a heart filled
with love for tho great cause about which
his hands Hre busy. *
Rev. C. T. Potma will conduct the ser?
vices at Union Gospel Mission on Sun?
day, Juno i21st, nt 3:30 P. M. Some gos?
pel solo Bongs will bo rendered by Mr.
Potma, with autoharp and guitar accom?
paniment. Tho Tneotingfl during the past
week have (been specially (Interesting
and well attended. All?-are cordially in?
Tho membership of Daurcl Street Meth?
odist Church will observo "Parsonage
Day" to-morrow, and doubtless a largo
congregation will attend the services.
An offering will be mado by tho members
and friends of the church towards an?
other payment on their handsome par?
sonage. The pastor, Dr. Henry E. John?
son, will speak In the morning on "A
Homeless Preacher," and at night ho will
preach on "Woman and the Church."
A serlos of gospo tent meetings will
commence on Sunday night, Juno 21st,
at the magnificent tent pitched on tho
Marshall school lot, corner ot Twentieth
and Marshall Streets. These services
will be conducted by the Rev. C. T.
Potma, recently of Chicago, but for some
time past 'doing Christian work In the
neglected montaln regions of "Virginia.
? distinctive feature of these meetings
will bo the gospel in song, ns rendered
by Mr. Potma, with autoharp nnd guitar
laccnmpanimente. Sendees begin at 3
P. M. each night during the week. A
cordial Invitation is extended to all.
Dr. WItherspoon has so far recovered
from hia severe cold that he will occupy
his pulpit to-morrow, both morning ?mil
at nlgbt. The Doctor will tako for his
morning subject, "The Visions of a
Soul," and at night his srabject will be
MISS STEWART GIVES
(Bt Associated Pre??.)
NEWPORT, R. I., Juno IS.?Miss Bes?
sie Stewart, daughter of Senator Stewart,
of Novada, has given up her dressmaking
establishment liore after a futile effort of
two years' hard work for success. Miss
Stewart was married to Lieutenant
Honker, of the army, but tho marriage
was not a happy ono, and she secured a
divorce. She afterwards took charge of
her father's stock farm In Loudoun coun?
ty. Va. Sho showed a marked ability as
a farmer, transforming the rather dilapi?
dated establishment Into a model farm
and paying off a largo part of the debt
During her experiment Miss Stewart
kept In touch with fashionablo society,
giving houso parties composed of well
known New York and Washington peoplo,
Sho gave up tho farm and came to New?
port a couple of years ago.
THE FUNERAL OF
REV. RICHARD WELLS
Obsequies Were Attended by
Four or Five Thou?
Between five and seven thousand peo?
ple, it is estimated, were present yester?
day afternoon at tho obsequies of tho
Rov. Richard Wells, conducted at the
Ebenezor BapUat Church.
During tha long senrloe, extending
through four hours, thousands of people
who could. not crowd into the over
packed church stood patiently outside and
awaited the appearance of the cortege
Whon the exorcises Dually drew to a
close and tho party came out, It halted
at tho church door and a photograph of
the sceno wan made. Thin the long line
of forty-eight hacks wended Its way
through tho city, across Jamos Hiver, to
Manchester, where the Interment was
made. Once again on its route the proc?s
Blon halted?while it stood on the brldgo,
with the ruthlng waters beneath. Iler6 a
socond picture was taken. It was. to say
tho least, a unique and striking occur?
Desplto the groat outpouring pf tho col?
ored people thero was absolutely no hitch
anywhere. Everything paesod off as
smoothly as could well be desired.
For the better portion of Thursday and
up to li o'clock yesterday morning the
body ot the beloved old minister lay.
In state in the church. Many peopfe
The Sale of
Score Its Greatest Success
--'jt-'if:fifaiS?flA.'?~i-?-"""- ' f3ffiw.ii
Men's Suits Worth #15.00, \ TAKE your
-s^L??? j CHOICE FOR
Men's Suits Worth $16.50,
Men's Suits Worth $18.00,
lu addition we havo placed on sale Boys' Knee
Pants Suits worth $3 and $3.50, at
$1.35 for Choice.
Boys' Knee Pants Suits, worth $4 and $1.50, at
?.35 for Choice.
Sample Straw Hats.
Nearly forty dozen?all shapes and kinds of braid,
worth up to $3,
Your Pick of Any at $!.00.
visited tho place. A guard of honor kept
watch over tho remains.
Tho funeral ritos bogan at 1 o'clock In
tho afternoon and did not conclude be?
fore fi. Tho programme announced was
carried out In every dotali. The church
was tilled to its utmost capacity. The
great majority of tho people could not
got In at all nnd they had to stand out?
side, which they did for four hours. Prac?
tically all of tho colored pastors of the
city, regardless of denomination, wero
The servlco opened with music by the
choir, aftor which Introductory exercises
were conducted by the Rev. W. IC. Stokoa.
master of ceremonies. A hymn was auriK,
led by Itev. ?\". T. Johnson, nnd then
tho scripture lesson was read by W. M.
Moss, and prayer mado by Itev. R. ?G.
Poylon, of Sixth Mount 7,i-">n. Muslo and
the reading of resolutions and telegrams
followed. Tho eermon was proached by
tho Itev. A. Bingo, Jr. Five minute talks
woro then made as follows: By Rev. H.
H. White, Rev. Wella ns our pastor; by
W. L. Taylor. D. D? Rov. Wells aa a
True Reformer; by Rot. D. X. Yassar. D.
D., Rov. Wells nnd our Btato Work:by Rev.
Ellis Watts, Rev. Wells as president of
our association; by Rov. Evans Payne,
Rev. Wells as a citizen; by Dr. George
Cooper, Rev. Wells as I know him; by
Rev. Walter H. Brooks; Rov. Wella as a
In closing the oxerlces the burial ser?
vices of tho Grand Fountain was road.
Tho cortego then prwifd out, led by the
ministers. It stopped' at tho door, as
stated, and then proceeded to the bury?
ing ground In Manchester. Those who sct
ed as honorary pall-boarera woro as fol?
Deacon Anderson Knox. Doacon Harri?
son Smith, Dr. George Thompson, Henry
Moore, Deacon ??. H. Isham, Deacon
Peter Shackelford, Deacon R. T. Hill,
Rev. Hugh Williams, Rov. Georgre H.
Johnson. Rev. Archer Ferguson, Rev.
S. C. Jlurrell, John H. Rraxton, Rev.
P. S. Lewis, Deacon W. P. Burreil, Rev.
Z. D. Lewis, Rev. ?. C. Qnarles, Rev.
G. B. Morris, Rev. George Rcld. W. P.
Eppoe, Rev. J. M." Arml.itead, Rev. W. F.
Graham and Rev. D. Webster Darla.
GROYEAVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
(Grove Avenue nnd Beech Street)?Rev. J. II.
HAWTUOP.NE. D. D.. pastor.?Preaching at 11
A. M. and 8:ir> V. M. by the pastor. Moraine
subject, "Responsibility and Difficoltici of the
Chrlitian Ministry": evening subject, "The
FjitST baptist CHURCH?WORSHIP AND
preaching at 11 A. If. and H:1C P. M. Sermon
by the pastor, Dr. COOPER. Bible school ot
0:30 A. M. All mode cor?lully welcome.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (CORNER
Sixth and Main Street?).?Service? at 11 A. Si.
and Silfi P. M.. conducted by the pastor. Dr.
W. R. L. SMITH. Bible school at 0:30 A. M.
LEIGH-STREET BAPTIST CHt.'RCn I Con?
ner Twenty-fifth and Leigh Street?, on Broad
Street cor Une)? M. ASHBY JONES, pastor,?
Preaching 11 A. M. nnd Silfi P. M. bv tin, pastor.
Morning subject, "A Constructive vs. a Deatruo
tlvo Life"; evening subject, "The Liberality
CALVARY BAPTIST CnORCII (CORNER
Pine and Orace Street??ncv. WESTON BRU?
NER, 1). I)., pastor.?Subject at M A. M.,
"Compound Religion," the third In tho serles,
June religion; 8:15 P. M., "la God Ju?t?" ThB
second of thrco groat questiona. Every scut
GHACE'.?TREET BAPTIST CHIIRCII (COR
ncr Grace, and Koushec Streets)?lie?. CHAULES
S. GARDNER. D. I)., pastor. Sunday school at
0:30 A. M. Preaching by tbe pastor at 11 A. M.
and 8:l? P. M. Prayer meeting Wcdticsilny ut
8:10 P. M.
TRINITY M. E. OHURCH (CORNER TWEN
tioth and Hrond)?GEO. IIANSFORn Sl'OONEU,
pastor.?Morning subject, "God's Wrath?Havo
You I'orgottun About It?" Servlces ul 11 und
CLAY-STREET ?. E. CHURCH (CORNEn
Adams and Clay Streets)?Rev. L. B. BETTY,
pantor.?Preaching Sunday at 11 ?. M. and 8:15
P. M. Morning subject, "Responsibility to One's
Self"! evening, "Personal Responsibility to
CENTENARY ?. E. CHURCH?REV. W. W.
LEAR, D. D., pastor.?Preaching at 11 A. M.
and 8:15 P. M. Subject In morning, "Humility
as an Element of Strength"; ut night, "Sowing
and Reaping." Sunday school at 0:30 A. M.
UNION-STATION ?. H. CHURCH?REV.
JOHN IIANNON, D. D., pastor.?Preaching at
11 A. M. by Rev. It. II. BENNETT, D. U., und
at 8 P. M. by the pastor.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (CORNER
Madison and Grace Streets).?Services at 11 A.
M. and 8 P. M., conducted by Dr. P. R. BEAT
TIE, of Louisville. A congrega I lona 1 meeting
will be held after the morning service.
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CJII'HCH?REY.
RUSSELL CECIL, 1). P., pastor.-Scrvlcee nt 11
A. M. and G, P. M., conducted by tho pastor.
Sunday school nt 0:45 A. M. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 8:15 P. M.
GRACE-STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH?
Uev. JURE WITHEUSrOON. I), p., pastor.?
Services at 11 o'clock A. M. und 8:15 o'clock P.
CHURCH OF ???5 COVENANT-REV, ,1.
CALVIN STEWART. 1). D? Pastor.?At 11 A.
M. to-morrow Rev. It. J. AVILI.l.NUHAM D. !>..
will preach the annual missionary sermon before
tho Woman's Missionary Society, nnd nt 8:15
P. M., preaching by the pastor. Sunday Kbool
at 0:30 A. M. Devotional service Wednesday
nt S:)5 P, M. All welcome.
WESTMINSTER. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
(Grove Avenue aud Elm Street).?Services at U
A. M. and 8:15 P. M. by Rev. W. S. CA/lF?
BELL. Sunday school at 0:80 ?. M Mid-week
servie? Tuesday ut Silfi P. M.
MARKllALI.STItEET CHRISTIAN CHURCH
(Marshall Street between Graham and Han?
cock)?Uev. B, 11. MELTON, nastor.?Preaching
Sunday at 11 A. M. and 8:15 P. M. Sunday
school 0:30 A. M. Christian Endeavor Society
S:15 P. M. Mid-week prayer meeting Wednes?
day 8:15 P. M.
THE MONUMENTAL CHURCH (BROAD
Street, below Twelfth)?Be? W. B. EVANS, D.
P., Rector.?Holy communion ? A. M.? morning
service 11 A. M..'afternoon 5 o'clock.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST?
Senlccs Kuiidsy morning ut 11:1b. Subjtcf,
"Christian Science." Wednesday evening meet?
ing st 8:80. No. 1201 Gror? Avanue, All sic
(Special to Tb* Tluieii-Diiipateb.) '
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Juno 18.?
The City Council under a new law passed
by tho General Assembly of Virginia, re?
quiring a president and vice-president of
tho Council, organized hore this evening
by electing Colonel K. D. Colo president
und George W. Wroton vice-president.
Lawrence Perry resigned as Council?
man and tho vacancy was filled by elect?
ing T. N. Brcnt
VERY LOW RATES VIA SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY TO POINTS
PRABO D Y COLLEGE SUMMBB
SCHOOLS. NASHVILLE, TEN N.,
JUNE 1ST-JULY' 20TU, 1503.
On account of above occasion, the Sen.
board Air Line Railway will sell round
trip tickets from all points on Its Hn?
to Nashville, Tenn., at one fare, plus 2(
cent?. Tickets on sale May 31?t, Jums 1st,
2d, 30th, ?0th, 21st, July 3d, 4th and 5th,
limited fifteen days from date of salo,
Fare from Richmond and Petersburg,
NATIONAL CONVENTION. B. Y. P. U.(
ATLANTA, GA., JULY BTH-12TH, 1903.
On account of obovo occasion the Sea?
board Air Line Railway will sen round
trip ticket* from all points on Its Une at
ono faro, plus 25 cents. Tickets on sal?
July 7th Sth, 9th and 10th; return limit
July 15th. Faro from Richmond and Po.
SUMMER SCHOOL, ATHENS, GA.,
JULY 1ST-AUGUST 9TH, 1903.
For tho above occasion tho Seaboard
Air Lino Railway will nell round trip
tickets from all points on Its lino at rate
of one fare, plus 25 cents. Tickets on
sale June 2Rth. 29th, 80th, July 1st. 2d,
4th, 11th, ISth and 25th; limited flifteen
days from dato of sale.
SUMMER SCHOOL. TUSKEGEE. ALA.,
JUNE 26TH-AUGUST 7TH, 1003
On account of above occasion the Sea?
board Air Line Railway will sell round
trip tickets from all points on its Une
at rate ot ope fare, plus 25 cents. Tickets
on sala June 23d, 21th and 25th; Cnal
limit August 10th 1903. Rate from Rich?
mond and Petersburg, $20.35.
For further InformaUon relative toi
schedule and Bleeping car reservations,
apply to any agent of the Seaboard, or
to Richmond Transfer Company; Ticket
AKont, Murphy's or Jefferson Hotels;
Main Street Station, or to W. J. MAY,
City Ticket AgenL
55. P. SMITH,
District Pasenger Agent,
No. ?30 East Main Street.
Richmond, Va.J 1
GOING TO NORFOLK?
For a quick and comfortable trip with?
out change of cars, take the Norfolk and
Western Railway. The "only all-rail
route." Tho "Norfolk Limited," leaving
l);00 A. M.. and tho "Ocean Shore Limit
ed," leaving at 3:0Q P. M., aro the fastest
trains In tho South.
Via Southern Railway.
Beginning with June C, 1003, and con?
tinuing until September 12th, tho South?
ern Railway will soil on Saturday and
Sunday of each week special tickets from
Richmond to Chase City, Clurksville and
intermediate stations, also to West Point
and intermediato stations, at one fare for
the round trip, limited returning Monday
following dato of sale.
A special low rate of 90 cents for the
round trio Richmond to West Point and
return will apply.
To Popular Beach Park.
Two special fast trains every Sunday
leave Richmond ic30 A. M? 4 P. M. 50c.
round trip. Sixty minutes' rido eaoh
way. It's a fino placo to spend Sun?
day. ' _
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION
RATES-R., F. & P. R. R.
Tickets on sale July 2d, 3d and 4th be?
tween Richmond and Washington and In?
termediate points, at special reduced
rates, good roturnlng until July 8th. ln
Apply to tlckot agent, Byrd Street,
Elba or Main Street Stations or Rich?
mond Transfer Company. 819 East Main
Street, Jefferson Hotel and Murphy'a
J ' W. P. TAYLOR.
RICHMOND'S POPULAR SALT WA?
TER RESORT, BEACH PARK.
Sixty minutes' ride. 50c, round trip.
Two fast traina leave Richmond every.
Sunday 9:30 A. M. and 4 P. M. The
sea-food lutala served are worth the
RECUPERATION?thero Is not so much
in the ordinary vacaUon as there Is in
a single botilo of Hood's Sarsaparllla,
which refreshes the tired blood, sharpens,
tho dulled appetite, restores the lost cour?
age. Take Hood'a Sarsaparille, this tsum?
HAIR BAL8ANI .
Olwrau-J nod l>?utin,i tlio hktr,
I'iui?otc? a lqxtflnr.t punita._
lever Fall? to Bellori) Oray
Hftlr to ito Youthful Color.
Cuitn aulp dllc&ici k bilr falluig.
?0c md % l.qitt l>mitirl?U