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John Hay.
Fnll'n like nn eagle rrom IiIr scaur?
From yon clear height none dared to
?-Bents on thnt noble lionrt no nioro
Above tho wnrfnro and tho ppnll?
fhe poet-statesman's, In whose thought
Self hnd no place since first be Shared
The work IiIr. boyhood's chieftain
Tho fiiltb which life nor substance
Thoro are who serve their Country well
Yet stoop to crnvc hor light ncclntin?
His patriot pulse*; leapt and fell
Nor nsked the glory of a name.
Love, honor, ro?o to hint Indeed,
As vapors toward tho sunlit sky.
But his the generous heart, nt need.
' 'Without a pang to put them by.
Even so, a white st.-ir on' his chest.
Wo know him In his stainless youth;
Even so?naught else than loynllcst?
Tho world his manhood learned In
And If there bo?and If thoro ho
A realm whero lives still forward roll.
Even so?no other?strong and free
Through time find space shine on, dear
Edmund Clarence Stodmnn, In Now
York Tribune.
At 10 o'clock. July nth. In Emnnnurl
Episcopal Church, Wftrrcnton, N. C, Dr.
William Woodruff Taylor and Miss Eliza?
beth Wallace Poindoxtor were united In
mnrrlago by thc Rev. James 12. Poin?
dexter, tho father of the bride.
Tho ushers. Messrs. W. K.? Barbara
nnd Lewis Alston, Norwood Boyd nnd
Will Graham, Gordon Poindoxtor and
Edmund Gregory, entered the center
aisle of the church In pairs ruin marched
to the chancel forming tho letter "V."
Immediately following tho ushers came
the bride, elegantly gowned In a white
chiffon dross nnd a white lace picture...
hat. carrying a ben.titlf.uil bouquet of
Pride roses, with Miss Naomi Hunt, of
Maryland, gowned (in white organdy,
trimmed with pink ribbon, and holding
a cluster of Ln Franco roses.
Miss Mattlo Hunter, of Warronton,
rendered Mendelssohn's wedding march.
Thp church1 wns crowded to overflowing
?with friends of the bride and groom from
all parts of the country nnd Stale.
Immediately after tho ceremony the
party wns driven to tho homo of the
bride's father, where an elegant break?
fast wns awaiting them. Tho bride nnd
(jronm left later for an extended trip
through Western North Carolina.
Tho church wns decorated with lfTns
nnd palms, the chancel being brightly
lighted with numerous candles. Thc
bride Is tho charming nnd highly .accom?
plished daughter of the much beloved
Rector of iCmanmiel Church.
Among the friends from a dlslnnce was
Hiss Leonora Taylor, of Mooksvillc*, N.
C-, a sister of the groom, and Miss
Blanche Mudd, of Waldorf, Maryland, a
friend of tho bride.
Miss Katharine D. Goodc, daughter of
' Lieutenant J. H. Goode, and Mr. Walter
E. Trimmer, both of this city, wore
quietly married Wednesday evening at
.'.ho homo o? Dr. W. .T. Derleux, No.
JTOj East Franklin Strcot.
Both parties aro very well known in
ihe East End.
immediately after tho ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Trimmer left for Washington,
Baltlmoio and Atlantic City, where they
will spend several weeks.
MIeb Ada May Moore, daughter of 'Mrs.
Adt>. Moore, of Main Street, Danville,
Va., was married Monday evening to Mr.
Waiter E. King of this city. Tho cere?
mony was performed in the presence of
relatives and a few intimate frlonds, 'at
the homo of the Rev. J. C. 'Holland, pas?
tor of thc Keen Street Baptist Church.
Aflci spending a few days with rela?
tives in Danville, Mr. and Mrs. King
Mill come to mako their future homo In
The Washington Post of Thursday has
the following mention of tho marriage of
-a Richmond couple on July 0th. Tho
Post says.
Mr. Janie.s Henry Barrow nnd Miss
Jeimlo _ Ptrgo'Poiker, lioili of Rlchmor...,
Va., ciihie'out,to Bockvlllo this morning
and wero married. Just as the' .license
w;?< Issued, the Rev. W. F. Locke, pastor
of Hit Mount Vernon Methodist Epis?
copal Church. Washington, dropped Into
liv ckrk's office on a 'business matter,
nnd his services wore at onco .engaged,
and the ceremony performed right there
'?.*) the presence of a number of the court?
house officers and several others. Tho
young couple left for Washington in
mediately afterward.
Mrs. McLean Honored.
A public reception was hold in
Frederick, Md? July 5th, in honor
of Mrs. Donald McLean, President
General of the Daughters of thc
American Revolution, who' is visit?
ing Frederick, hor birthplace, for thc
first time since her election to that ofllcc.
Mr. Jceeph D. Baiter, president of tho
Citizens' National Bank, of Frederick,
presided at tho mooting nnd tho speak?
ers, besides Mrs. McLean, were Mr. Wil?
liam P. Maulsby, of tho Frederick bar,'
and tho Rev. Dr. I. Nevltt Steole, vicar
of old Trinity Church, New York, and a
grandson of John Nelson, of Frederick.
Tho mooting was held under tho aus?
pices of the Frederick Chapter, Daugh?
ters of tho American Revolution, Its ob?
ject being to express Frederick's pride
in the honors won by hor distinguished
daughter .In reply to tho tributes paid
to her, Mrs. McLean, afler feelingly ex?
pressing her appreciation of Frederick'.',
interest in her career, spoke of tho pur?
poses of the 1). A. ]{.. and declared that
since her election all factional bitterness
was happily ended, and that sho waB
confident she would have the cordial sup?
port of the entire membership in her
t-fforta to promote tho work of tho so?
Following the spoeeh-maklnK thero was
nn Informal reception,
Left Last Night.
Miss Margaret Shields, Mr. Charles
Mhlclds, Miss Maud,* Mori;:.., Mr K T
Morgan. Jr., and Miss Martha Bowie ali
> That Makes
Trial proves.
There's a reason.
Thisjs Remnant Day!
Out buyer in New York'made some li.cky;.purchascsand
you will see them on thc counters to-day.-' .^pfl-Safi 6P-7K
75c Silk Organdy, 25c.
These are tlie wanted lengths of Silk Organdies nnd Voiles, In the
most approved colors; values to 75c, for 25c a yard.
30c Silk Moussclinc, 10c, in solid colors and self-embroidered spot
effects. r
Embroidered Waisl Patterns.
All our beautiful lino of handsomely embroidered'wuist patterns aro
'put on snle to-dny nt half of original prices. This means awuy below
cost, but they must be closed out.
Handsomest $5.00 Wnltt Patterns, beautifully embroidered, t|i2.r*0; |3,50
ones, 1*2.00; $1.98 ones, 911.00; $1.00 ones, KOe, and 50c ones, Sl?e.
Whatever your occupation riiay be, and however crowded
your hours with affairs, do not fail to secure at least a few
minutes every day for refreshment of your Inner life with a
bit of poetry.?Professor Charles Eliot Norton.
i No. 540.
Theodore. Watts-Duaton wns educated ns a naturalist, nlso ns a lawyer. Ho was
critic on Hie London Examlnor and Athoneimi for many years Ho !i?s ?ii i? m; 1
blosrnphlcnl nnd critical matter. Me his nlso mnde a special study of "-j-pslesanrl folk"
lore. His poe.ni* have been printed In several small volumes. Ho wns a close friend of Ilos
sotll.v lor many years he hus been tho Inseparable companion of Swinburne. Lost
March, when ,0 years old, his engagement to Clara Relcle, an artist's modol, was an
HE mirrored stars lit all the bulrush spears,
And all the flags and broad-leaved lily-isles;
The ripples shook the stars to golden smiles,
Thon smoothed them back to happy golden spheres.
We rowed?we sang; her voice seemed in mine ears
i^n angel's, yet with woman's dearer wiles;
But shadows fell from gathering cloudy piles
And ripples shook the stars to fiery tears.
What shaped those shadows liko another boat
Whero Rhona sat and ho Love made a liar?
There, where tho Scollard sank, I saw it float,
While ripples shook the stars to symbols dire; ?,
We wopt?wo kissed?while starry fingers wrote,
And ripples shook the stars to a snake of fire.
This scries began in Ths Times-Dispatch Sunday, October 11, 1OT3. One is published each day.
loft Richmond last night for New York.
Tho Shields-Morgan party will sail by the
Umbrla to spend several weeks abroad.
Miss Bowie will join her friends, Mr,
and Miss Bobbott, In New York, and go
over with them on tho Finland. She will
go flrst for n visit to friends in London.
Miss Puller's Engagement.
Miss Kate Elsmoro Puller, Richmond's
popular elocutionist, spent the last week
of Juno at Wachaprongue, on the East?
ern Shore; sho returned home Sunday,
and Monday morning left tor Roncevorte,
W.- Vn., where she is engaged for elocu?
tionary work at tho Greenbrier Chautau?
During July and August Miss Puller
will give entertainments In Middlesex
and Caroline counties, and at tho Harri?
sonburg Chautauqua,
Personal Mention.
Friends or Mr. Benjamin Vnughun Mc
Cnndllsh In Petersburg and Richmond aro
pleased to hear that ho has successfully
passed lii niexamlnntlon for entrance Into
the United Suites Naval Academy, at
Annapolis. Ho Is tho son of Mrs. J. Gray
McCandllsh, of Petersburg, and received
his appointment from Hon. R. G. South
The Fifth Avenue Colored Presbyterian
Church of Roanoke, Vn., niv.i milking
lOady to place In their church a memoiial
window to General Stonewall Jackson.
General Jackson, While at tho Virginia
Military Institute, was superintendent of
u colored Sunday-school. Some of thoso
he taught are about to show their ven?
eration for his memory In the placing oi
this window.
Miss Lucy B. Wilson, one of thfl host
known clerks of tho Western Division of
the Pension Bureau, Washington, D, (J
and Major George M. l.orkwood, tho new?
ly appointed superintendent of tho Pen?
sion Office, weiv married In Virginia las*
Saturday morning. They will be at home
,to their friends at their French .street.
residence, Washington, after July 10th.
For tli? present, at least, Mrs. Bockwood
will continue to hold h/.-r clerkship, her
experience in the work of her deimrtinoii?
being particularly valuable.
Mis. Jullnn Tyler and little daughter,
Kllv-abeUi. have gone for a two-weeks'
visit to Mis. Tyler's sister. In Baltimore.
Mil. From Uulluooie, Mm. Tyler will go
to Moldy, Mo., to visit relatives until Au?
gust Jsl,
? ? ?
Mr. Charles Murkainp's "Lady Vivian'1
nnd "Lida Woodland" were both prize,
winners at the Culpopor Morse Show,
A delightful house party Is now bolt)-*
given nt Cape Henry. Among llios/.. pres?
ent are Misses Julia and Sue Russell,
Emma Young and [.Ola Warren and
MecsiH. Kenneth and Harry fiiapinan,
Patrick Talem and Jack Brown, of Ports.
mouth. The party is being chaperoned.
by Mrs. B. Floyd Chapman.
Miss Carrie Wright, of Frodarlcksburff,
who has lie-n visiting friends In Rich?
mond, has returned home.
Mrs. David Ltinlop and children, of Pe?
tersburg, are at the (iiaiubeiiln Hotel,
The Rev. William Meade Clark spent
Hi/- Fourth with friends in Fredericks.
General end Mrs. William R. Cox have
gone for nn extended Hip to Canada,
Mm. Herbert A. Claiborne and Mr. Ham.
Ilton Clalrbonu- will spend July with
Mtssrs. Albert and Francis Cox, at Gen.
tral Cox',, plantation hi Edgecombe coun
ty. K. C. The four young gent|cm.;i) aro
enjoying hunting and fishing to tl,(. ftill_
isi extent.
Mrs. C. K. DIckliiHou and Muster C. IS.
Dickinson, Jr., will spend tho summer
near Keswick. Va.
Major and Mrs. James H. Dooley are
guests of tho Missis Elder, of Church
Street, Harrisonburg, Va.
Misses Elizabeth and Polly Robins nre
at Mnssnnolth Springs, whero tho season
has opened with tho promise of an un?
usually largo and pleasant company.
Lieutenant Clifford Early, who camo
from West Point, N. Y., to visit Richmond
frlonds In Juno, and has boon since with
relatives In Lynchburg, has now gone to
Ashevllle, N. C.
? ? ?
Miss Edith Spratley has returned from
n visit to Miss llennle, of Norfolk, Va.
Miss Maria Harris Is spending tho sum?
mer at tho Anderson House, O'-rman
town, near Warm Springs, Va.
Miss Cora Younger and Miss Cnrrlo
N en I aro spending some time at Virginia
? ? ?
Mrs. Oeorgo P. Stacy Is spending July
with relatives In King nnd Queen county.
Miss Annlo Newman Is tho giiost of hor
slstor. In Norfolk, Vn.
? ? ?
Tin; engagement of Miss Anna Woolory
daughter 0f Mrs. \v. H. Woolorv. of
Bethany, to Mr. Howard PlnkleyRbhloy,
or Bhophcrdstown, W. Va.. ling boon an?
nounced, Miss Woolery Is a daughter
Best American jrl/ _
^nnuJiated-Siigar.Jb Oy^C
New lrlih"Potatoesri"er"~
peck ...;t.y;. ;.... 1 oc
Jefferson Brand "~Roaste?J
Coffee, In one-pound "jEn
packaaes, 2 for. 4D(j
" "Small" California Q,T/~Z
Hams, pound.?/2S
Brooms, cheap,~?our 'Jf\r,
string, 15oi five string ^UC
Best Canned SnlnTon'jgj^
In 1-113. cans, 3 for...,i?dG
Try" ouTl$7ver~Klnin*To*ur~,
best on the market (Pp. mf\
35c. baq or barrel. JO.OU
Fresh Co^hTry~~But~^i^
ter, pound/.uvi.i ....,,> ?VW
B"eot New Orl'sTni ^A.
Molasses, gallon. HUL
QoodQ re?n~or~Mi xed~-^TeT
Tea, pound.<tfi5C
*~Best 01iy~MesTT"18c"j(\n
peck or bushel. /UC
to box..'. IUC
Malta Vita, pack* in"
Good~Lard7T>?r ~2~1
pound .,... UL
S. UllmarTs Son
Main Street Stores, 1820-1822
Eaot Main Street,' Marshall
Street Store, 606 East
Marshall St. 'Phones
nt our Two Stores.
of tho late President W. II. Woolory, of
Bothuny College1. ? .-?' '?' '*? I
? ? ? ? ? ? ; I
Mr. Claudo Hhhloy, of Lynchburg, Vn?
nns nt-cptad a position In Richmond and
ho and Mrs. Henley will mnko their homo
lwro In future. <
Miss Willie'Austin and Miss Alice Cog-i
bill nro tho guests of their brothers.'
Messrs. James Hnd Henry Cngblll, of
? ..*.*
Among tho lenchers nttondlng tho
School or Methods at Chnrlottosvllie aro
Miss Emily Bliss, Miss Edith M. Booth,
Miss RAbocca Bowmnn; Mr. O. 8. Arents,
Mr. W.' H. Pox nnd Mr. W. L. Fox, of
this city. ! ,
??", ? ? ?
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles T, Hill nro visit?
ing Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. E. Hill, of No. WW South Pino Street.
??< * * *
n Mrs. William' S. Oooch Is a guest nt
tho Jofterron Park Hotel, nonr Charlottes?
ville. Her son, Master Slaploton D. G.
Gooeh, who distinguished himself nt tho
Richmond Academy last yenr, Is a mem?
ber of Dr. Rqbort H. Fife's Clermnn
clnssoB In tho Sqhool of Methods.
?'?''?? ? ? ?
Mrs. T. A.' Wnlker Is spending some
tlnio with hor parents, Sir. nnd MrR.
John N. Rylnnd, of Fnrmlngton, King
nnd Queen county.
Miss Bessie Cnscy, of Henrico county,
nnd Miss Isnbell, of Hanover county,
wero llio guests of Mrs. W. C. Thomas
this week.
. Miss Ida .Tones, of Washington, D. C?
but formerly of Richmond, Is the guest
of relatives horc.
Mrs. Mary Wondfln ntul Mrs. I'ercy
Pattorson nhd children, who have boon
visiting relatives In I'ortsinouth nnd Nor?
folk, have roturned homo.
Little Mozcllo Gcttling has returned
to her home, In West Point, after spend?
ing several, weeks with her aunt, Mrs.
C. P. Perkins, on Twenty-second Street.
Misses .Gladys and Elslo Bins, of Glen!
Echo, are visiting their aunt on Clay
Miss Myrtle Dowoll hns returned from
a delightful visit to relatives In Hanover
Mrs. J. E. Havt'kes and son, Master J.
Edward Hawkos, aro summering at Bre
mo, Va.
C. P. Perkins and Masters Hubert nnd
Harvey Perkins and Master Frank
Ralnoy have returned from a pleasant
fishing trip to Chlckahomlny Swamp.
Mrs. Mccks continues quite 111 In hor
home, on Twenty-third Street.
Mrs. R. B. Scott, wife of Rev. R. B.
Scott, Is Improving slowly from an ill?
ness of several weeks' duration.
Mr. Eddie Thomns has returned from
Kentucky. Ho nlso snout some time In
Newport News- nnd West Virginia. '
Messrs. John Sterling, Ray and Arthur
Hobson have returned from AValkor's,
Va., after spending the Fourth in fishing.
Master Ethelbert Loving is spending the
summer with his Sunt, Mrs. William Chil?
dress, on tho turnpike.
Quito a large number ?f- -Falrmount
folks spent the "glorious Fourth" nt the
Miss Rosa Collins, of Gre-onsboro, N.
C. is visltlne her brother's family, at
No. 1309 Twenty-second Street.
Miss Blanche Drew hns left for Albe?
marle, where she will visit relatives.
May Council, Daughters of Liberty, are
holding a luw'ti party nn Falrmount Ave?
nue,, between 'Twenty-second and Twen?
ty-third Streets.
Miss Lottie Boney. of No. HOC Twenty
flrst Streol, la visiting Miss Deahl Walsh,
In Petersburg',' Vn.
MIsSos Edna nnd Annie Ennls, daugh?
ters of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eunls, aro
visiting Mrs. Jtlonry Garnett, In Chester?
field county, i ? *
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. M. Fossett will loavo
In a few days for a trip to Harper's
Ferry. "'?- ? '
Mrs. Henry'.'Garrett hns returned to
hor homo, In oGhesterllcld county, after
visiting Mrs. J. ,W. Fnnls.
Miss Maude EJIett, of Goochland, coun?
ty, who' has belen quite sick In tho home
of -her sister.-; Mrs. Cardln,. whom she
has.been visiting. Is somewhat Improved,
and hopes to. .be able to return to hor
home In a few .days.
Mrs. C. H, Clayton..and children. Olln
and'Stuart," of'./Richmond, who wore the
guests of Mrs. JOlla R. Ralney this week,
have returned home. .. a
The Passenger and Pow?r^Company are
putting the Falrmount car tracks In
thorough order; They are laying now
rails and puftlng In new ties.
Mrs, George Collins 1r quite sick in
hor homo, on Twenty-second Street.
Miss Bessie Casey will leave to-morrow
for Killer William county, where she will
spend tho summer with rolatives.
Clifford Continues to Draw Large
Crowds?Vaudeville Next.
? The, specialties given by the members
of tho company now appearing at tho
Casino, whero (ho Billy Clifford organi?
zation is making a record for tho week,
nro roundly applauded at each perform?
ance. Tho work of the musical team,
Al Plnaud and Reno, Is one of the fea?
tures. The company, will be seen at tho
matinee and again at night to-morrow.
Lovers of vaudeville will have an Inning
all of tho coming'week, when the Casino
will present a bill which, It Is believed,
has not been excelled In tho history of
the summer theatre. The programme
promises a sensation in experiments In
liquid air by Arthur Lane, ' a Harvard
man. Other features In the'bill will be
equally ns entertaining.
Youth in Much Trouble.
John McDonald, a young white mnn,
Is under arrest upon a charge of stealing
$105 from the' person of P. C, Kolley.
Tho ense wns called In Police Court ves
terday morning, but wns continued until
McDonald appears to bo about nineteen
years of age. Ho camo Into court with
sis mother, it is alleged that Kolley
wns asleep on the streets, and that Mc
Donold robbed him of tho money. Kelley
is about twenty years old.
Will Give Lawn Party.
The indies of Ascension Guild will, give
a lawn party to-night on tho lawn of
Mrs. L. B. Enslow, of Highland Pnrk.
for tho benefit of Ascension Chapjei.
Tho public is cordially Invited to attend.
Atlanta Man Gives Big Sum for
Relief of Presbyterian
Mr. Hugh t. Inman, nn aldorman, of
Atlanta, Ga., upd an. oldor and ono of
tho original members o{ tho First Pres
bytorlun Church, of that olty, recently
offered to donato $100,000 toward tho pro.
posed endowment fund .tor' tlia 'relief of
aged and infirm ministers of tho Southaru,
Presbyterian Church, uppn .tho, condition
thnt an additional amuunt'of $125,000 be
raised by tho Executive Commltteo of tho
fund. Tho committee, with headquarters
in Louisville, Ky., has accepted tho offer,
and men have boon sent Into tho hold,
with the result that a oonsldornblo por?
tion of the required sum Is lii prospect.
Dining the past five years tho South?
ern Presbyterian Church has endeavored
to raise $1,250,000 for this nndowmont
fund, but so far only 126,000 hns been
sunned. Mr, inman's offor puts tho
amount now at $126,000,
Rev, II. H. Sweets, of Louisville, Is
secretary of tho committee,-and ho,thinks
that the amount required' onn be raised.
J3ai.ii year $30,000 or $40,000 has boon se?
cured for the, relief of 'ministers, hut
this, after being divided among thorn nil,
gives only about *1SI6 to each preaoher.
An earnest offort Js being mado to place
?tho movement on a Buooessful footing, and
there Is litii,. doubt that the amount will
be sccureii. , (
Revenue Figures Indicate a Manu
' facturc of Seventeen Mil?
lion Pounds. ?
Uncle Sam Gets Million and
Quarter Revenue From Cigars*
and Cigarettes.
The revenue figures for this district,1
tho Second District of Virginia, for tho
flscnl year'ended .Tune 30th, 1905, Indicate
that sovontcon million pounds of plug,
twist, cut plug and granulated chewing
or smoking tobacco, wore manufactured
during tho twelvo months. That Is
equivalent to saying that this much wns
manufactured In Richmond and Peters?
burg, tho two cities of tho revenue dis?
trict In which' there Is nny manufactur?
ing of Importance. By fnr tho larger
portion of tho total wns mrinufacturod
In this city alone.' Those figures are
interesting to all Rlchmonders, especially
for tho reason that they effectually dls
' slpatc the Idea that Richmond's tobacco
manufacturing interests hnvo diminished
In importnnco In recent years. There
has boon no decadence In tobacco manu?
facturing In this city slrico tho dlsap
ponranco of so many of the older firms,
but Instond a substantial Increase. The
manufacture is concentrated now in 'the
hands of fower llrms.
Even Larger Revenue.
These figures do not Include tho tax
on cigarettes and cigars and cheroots,
which yield an even larger sum In reve?
nue. Estimated approximately, tho gov?
ernment derived n revenue of nearly, or
quite a million nnd a quarter from
cigarettes, cigars and cheroots. Owing
to tho fact that the stamps on smoking
output varies according to tho dimen?
sions nnd composition of the cigar, It
Is Impossible to estimate tho exact output
of each. (
Tho revenue collections for tho entire
year In this district nggregated $2,407,
478.74,- compnrcd with $2,310,730.24 for the
preceding fiscal year, an Increase for tho
100-1-1905 yenr of $90,652.50 ovor the 1903
1904 year.
Hero are detailed .figures for tlu* month
of June, 1905, furnished by Deputy Col?
lector Robert McCandllsh. who nlso fur?
nished thc yearly totals from which the
compnrlson was made:
Collections on list. $102 84
Collections on beer. 9.765 00
Collections on spirits.2.40S 34
Collections on cigars, and
cigarettes .99,817 20
Collections on tobacco..'...85.948 S7
Special taxes collected. 9,727 31
Total collections for Juno.$207,767 56
Ice Mission Grateful.
Tho Ice Mission wishes to return most
grateful thanks for all contributions-re?
ceived, especially for thooo given by the
efforts of tho children. There has been
a great demand for Ice, owing to the
extreme heat und much sickness, and
every cent received has been expended.
It is earnestly hoped that the friends of
tho poor will QOntlnuo their support of
tho Ice Mission, for without It there will
bo untold suffering. Donations may bo
sent to any of tho places named below
or direct to Mrs. C. E. Boiling, No. 902
West Grace Street.
Donations received up to July 6th: *
Pansy Circle of King's Daughters..$il0 00
Lawn party. No. 1036 West Grace
Street, given by Mildred Callsch,
Margaret Marvin nnd Clement Wal
lcrstein . 3 82
Bazaar at No. 1624 Grove Avenue,
given by Alice Kahn, Sophie Galcs
kle and others. 1G 26
Collected by Mr. Galcskle at buzaar,
No; 1521 Grove Avenuo. 28 28
Box at TImes-Dlspatch.1181
Box at News Leader (check). 9 &0
Box at Brulle's.:. 05
Box at T. A. Miller's. 4 i0
Box at Shepherd's. 5 28
Box at Polk Mlller-Chlldroy Co.3 15
Fowls Coming Down.
Tho market yesterday reported heavy
receipts of chickens, but the prices are
Jow. Melorm aro coming In heavily.
They aro of good stock, and aro selling
at fnlrly reasonable figures. Potatoes
remain about tho same, first grades sell?
ing at from $1 to $1.25. Lower grades
aro hard to sell at any price. The mar
kot has some very nlco pooches on hand,
soiling at moderate prlcoB. Good apples
nre coming In very slowly. There Is
plenty of Inferior quality, and they are
selling low. .
Master's Report Confirmed.
In tho ense of St. J, Montague, bank?
rupt, recently referred to Claudo M. Dean
as spcclol master to determine tho ow?
nership of a certain stenm launch claim?
ed ns nssets of the bankrupt by tho
contesting creditors, Mr. Dean nied a
report In fn.vor of tho creditors. United
States District Judgo, Edmund Wnddlll,
Jr., has Just handed a'por curiam opin?
ion confirming the mnstor's report In
Cow's Leg Broken; Youth Ar?
Chnrged with maliciously breaking the'
leg of a cow, John'Conway, a young
white man, was fined $50 In Police Court
yostordny. Ho took on appeal,
Tho youth gnvo Offlcor Amos a chaso
of moro than a mllo boforo he was nr
rested. One witness testified to having
seen Conway when ho threw a Inrgo rock
at the cow, breaking tho animal'* leg,
Took Employes to Seashore.
Mr. C. F, Snuor, prosldont of th0 c. F.
Sauor Company, gave all of the-employes
of his coinpapy on outing to Virginia
Bench on tho Fourth, From chief book?
keeper to the humblest employe, nil took
advantage of tho .excursion, At the
boaoh all of tho nmusomcnls woro taken
in, nnd dinner was served at the hotel.
Tho ontire expense of tho trip was
borne by Mr. Snuor, who enjoyed himself
ns much ns uny of tho employes.
Positive]-'cured by
these Little Pills.
Tho/ also rollove Dis?
tress from Dyspepsia, in.
digestion and Too Hearty
Eattiiir. A perfect rem?
edy lor Dizziness, Nausea,
Drowsiness, Had Tasto
la tho Mouth, Coated
Toiifftio, Fata in tho Bide,
regulate tho Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
Genuine Must Bear
Fac-Similo Signature
Young Men's Suits,
(32. 33* 34 Inches)
From $15.00 to $4.95.
Quito a drop, but it's just what's
happened to a lot of Stylish Young
Men's Suits.
Not a great many, but all of 'em
$10, $12.50 or $15 goods, that can be
seen in our big front showcase. Yes,
sizes and everything are plainly
marked, and the price will be just
705 E&st Broad Street.
f+m^0**wH^**>mt^0+ ^i ih^s??i ?^^? \*i0****m&^^^pma
| Sale of Runabouts.
( Every new Bnnabout in inly .repository lias been MARK".
; ED DOWN IN PRICE. I have "
Pfinnhmitc thnt cut under;
, IVUIIUUUUI& with straight sills.
I Plinnhnilt?"w,th cIotn trl-nmlnRs:
I\UI1UUUU15> wlth i?nthcr trimmlnK8.
1 IP 11 n'I tarn 11c w,ln h'sh wheels;
t KUnaDOUlS wnh low wheels.
, *r? ? j w-1** Pneumatic tiros;
1' Kunabouts wlth Bolld nibber tires
, with cushion tires;
! RUNABOUTS with steel tires.
[ E^oVTSf W. C. SMJTH. 314 N. Fifth.
i**0**** *'m +" ?"'*i^11 **^*? -~- *? -1 - r ivr- x~ur .1
The Famous Dixie Beer
of tho
Old Dominion Brewing Co.
Will Bo On Sale To-Day at All Saloons.
HENRY. A. KRAMER, Manager.
We are placing at your 'phone a unique 'phone and fire
alarm card upon which you can write the numbers of those
'phones you most frequently use. If you have not received
same we will be pleased to send it to'., you.
Our calendars for 1906 arc handsome and popular with
the trade. . .
'Phoni 1965 Ko. 109 South Twelfth Strut.
T. & B. $3.50 Shoe,
For the
Glorious Fourth!!
A Pair of Our
For Men and Women
will suit you, both as to
quality and price.
918 E. Main. Richmond,Va.
We Use Only
:coPYRiotvm<& '
that's why so white without Injury.
Tho other laundries uso city water,
etc., accent on "etc."
'Phono or postal us. We'll call any
whero from Homo Place to Pulton.
1400-8-10 N. Socond Btroot.
Best quality, low prices, prompt
All kinds, -sawed to order.
We respectfully solicit a portion
f your orders.
JOHN M. KINO, Miuutfior.
Telephone No. 2038,
Office, No. 1811 K. Cury St.
'Phone M8. 14*4 8. Main fit.
Davenport & treacy
Fine values this week
in slightly used
Upright Pianos
Full size guaranteed
$135 lo $185
'"""' L ILLS,*
'Phone 1110.
Reifistered Plumber.
aoa East Franklin.

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