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PERSONAL INTEREST centres to-dny in the wed dlng of Miss Evelyn Gray bell to! Mr. James Hogc Tyler, .Tr., to bo celebrated at 6:..0 o'clocy P, M. ln Flrst Baptlst Church, by tlie Rev. George W. McDanlel, D. D,', pastor of the cliiirch. Among those from a dlstiuioe to be present at tne ceremony wlli be former j Oovernor J. Hoge Tyler and the Misses| Tyler, of Radford, Vn., and Mr. and Mrn. A. O. Bell. of Wilmlngton, Flu vanna county, the parentnof the brlde. The popularlty o_ the contracling; pnrtles renders thelr ntiptlals nn event; In the soclsl enlandar of the week. ."._ wmnn?Harris. Mr. Alexnnder Harris, of No. 209 J fiouth Lombardy Street, has Issued In vltatlons for the marrlage of hls daughter, Nellie May, to Mr. Aluace I.orralne Newman. the wedding to be celebrated nt !) o'clock on the evening of .June 24th. ln the home of the bride's father. Weddlng Announced ?***.*. snd Mrs. M. I. Barker announce the weddlng of thelr daughter. Bertha Oertrude. to Mr. John Dsnlel Mathews on June 17th nt 11:30 A. ?_., In Carrol ton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Mathews, who are now enjoylng thelr weddlng ft*lp, will re slde at No. 1102 Balnbrldge Street, Manchester, when they return. Mr. Mathews is the son of the late Dr. T. P. Mathews, of Mnnchester, and a brother of Mr. Klrk Mathews, of thls city. Clark?Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Holt, of Eurllngton, N. C, announc.. the en gagement of thelr daughter, Bertha Harpef, to Mr. Uufus W. Clark, Jr., of Detroit, Mich. MInh Hoge I.neaged. RIchmond relativos and friends are dceply lnterested in a recent announce ment made In I-oulsvllle', Ky.. and re latlng to the tngagement of Miss Mary Hoge, daughter of the Rev. Peyton Hoge, D. D., of tha Flrst Presbyterlan Church, Loulsville, to Mr. George Hous? ton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robb Houston, of Covlngton, Ky. Miss Hoge has been the recent guest of her relatlves. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bolllng, ln Richmond. She ls a niece of Mr. Randoiph Holladay and a sister of the Marchesa Kan Germano, of Home, Italy; most plcai-antly recnlled by many friends here. No date has been an? nounced as yet for the weddlng. Mc.lol.__?Wlnfree. The weddlng of Miss Ada Ruth Wln? free. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wlnfree, to Mr. Wllllam M. Nlch olls, was celebrated at 5 P. M., June ISth, In old Powhatan Church, Powha? tan county, by the Rev. Alton B. Nlch olls. of Plttsburg. Pa., asslstcd by the Rev. J. XV. Reynolds, of Powhatan. Ferns an.l dalsies made beautlful church decoratlons. Mlsa Bettic Tur pln played tlie weddlng marehcs, an6 Miss Wlllle Tttrpln sang "Love Me and the World Is Mlne." Miss Mahel Brandis. of Manehe.?t>-r -was maid of honor and Mr. Bevcrl. A. Wlnfree, of Lynchburg. the best man. Oth^er attendants were MIkec' Mattie Jones, Manrtie Sorollct, Dcan Moseley, Helen Maxey, Norvella Key nolUs, Grace Howard. Jullct Wlnfree Messrs. W. M. !?_. Maxey. H. W. Goode J. C- Wlnfree. Joe Harris, Edwarc Sorollet. Herbert H. Nicholls, Dr. J. E Baiiey. Mce'srs. Fxapk Mlchaux an. Eldridge Adklns. The bride wore whlte polnt d'esprl over taffeta, a tulle veil held wltl cape Jessamine blOFsoms, and carrie( white earnatlons nnd maldenhalr fcrn5 The maid of honor was gowned li whlte sllk and had a bouquet of whlt. roses. The- brldestnaldi- wore ralnbov tlnted mouBsellr.e frocks, wlth rosette to match. ln thelr halr, and carrlei clusters of sweet pcas In ratnbow tlnts. A receptlon was giv,m the brida party and Immediate relatlves by th. parents of the groom. Many'hand some weddlng glfts were recelved. Drewry?Guernrd. RIchmond friends are lnterested ii the wedding of Miss Anna Guerard ii Mr. Augustim Henry Drewry, son o Major and Mrs. Clay Drewry, of '.hl clty, whlch was celebrated at 7 P. 1! June 18th, in St. John's Church, Ra vannah. Beautlful altar and chancel decora tions were ln palms and white phlo. Professor Blakeley, the church organ lst, dlrected the muslc. The ribbon were borne by little Masters Will Guer ard and Guerard Bond, dressed ln whlt sults and pink ties. Miss Mariann Schley, ln white with pink rlbbons, wa a pretty little flower glrl. The attendants entered in the follow Ing order: * Mr. Stewart Hlneks with Mr. Roger Woods. Mr. Evelyt) Allen wlth Dr. "V*. R. Daney, and Miss Lucllle Hunter le the bridesmalds, walking nlone. Fo! lowing her were Miss Ellzabeth Butlf wlth Miss Mary Wayne: Mr. Edmun Benson, of -rtlchmond, wlth Mr. Alfre Marshall; Miss Jamle Head. of BIrrr Jr.gham, wlth Miss Lucy Daney; M , William North, of New York, wlth M Stuart Leake, of Richmond: Miss Lll Lynah wlth Miss Agnes Heyward: M Frank Jones with Mr. Ross Guerar. Mr. Frank de Ford, of Baltlmore, et tcrod alone, preceding the matron ( honor, the bride's sister, Mrs. Evely AV. Allen. The Ijrlde came ln wlth her brothe Mr. Wllllam E. Guerard. At tho alt: she was met by the brldegroom, wil his best man, Mr. Frank Phlllips, . Richmond. The marriage servlce wi performed by the assistant rector . i_t. John's, the Itev. \V. T..Daktn. The brlde wore a handsomc han. Your table linen has lost its lustre; do you know why ? Is it not because you have allowed your laun dress to wash it with ordinary iaundry soaps. which, being overstrong in alkali; "cut" the fab ric and make linen look like cotton? Use Ivory Soap anc your linen troubles wil cease. No "free" alkali in it; no color lng matter; nothing but soap, soap that is 99 *?>(?_ per cent pure. Ivory Soap 9&*Xo9 Per Cent. Pure Four of the Greatest Suit Values Ever Offered in Richmond Jn fact, the present week will bc onc of most tinusual in? terest to Richmond women, as it will witness the sclling out of irmny beautifnl new spring styles ri greatly reduced prices. In beauty, in style, in quallty, and at the prices we have marked them, we know that these new Spring garments can? not bc equaled*. The remarkable values which have eaused this store to be RF.COGN./.ED as the lcading Women's Outfitting Establishmcnt of RicnmOtid will be constantly in evidence. $25 and $35 Spring Suits, $9.98 To Immediately eloee out all our Sprlng Sults, to make room for the most magnlflcent summer apparel thls Rtore has ever /hfk f|n shown, to-day we offer unrestrlctd cholce of all our JnJjI.jJO .2..00 ond .35,00 Sprlng Sults at the genulne bargaln prlce of ? $50 and $75 Spring Suits. $19.98 $40 and $45 Spring Suits, $12.98 All our Very BeRt Spring Sults that were ln our unsurpassed I.O.f.O and *45.0'. IIimik thls reaifoii have been grouped together. About sevonty-flve Sults ln tho lot. To dlspose of them Imme? diately we offer cholce ?f any Suit ln the collectlon at Ihe extremc bargaln prlce of ..-. $30 and $35 Linen Suits, $19.75 There aro ten styles ln thla magnlflcent collectlon of Llnen Sults. the most complete aiid-attractlve ahowing we have ever made, The materlalB and workmanshlp are unuurpassed; handsome bralded and lace-trlmmed effect? and the newest cretonne trlmmed models, In nll the new shades. Sults that would be cheap at 130.00 and .36.00. cholce of any ln this lot. $12.98 _?* aigcu on.. $19.75 Special Bargains for This Week's Selling $8.50 and $10 Skirts, $5 Seventy Skirts ln thls lot, made of voile and chlffon Panama: plaln gorod and plalted styles, wlth bands of same materlal and Af t\i\ sijk folds at bottom. Colors, navy and black. Were J8.30 rfc"***} Illl and flO.OO; speclal at . T ., $2 and $2.50 Lawn WaisU, $1.19 Onc hundred and flfty Waists In this lot. made, of shecr batiste and Persian Lawns, wlth yokc effects of Val. lace and em- *,y \c\ broldery mcdalllons. Short sleeves. trlmmed to match walst. \ I IM ?_.'.00 and $2.50 Walsts, now .T** w $1.25 and $1.50 White Linonette Skirts, 98c 3'.'0 Skirt?. made of lightwelght linonette, ln nlne and eleven-gore flare and plalted panel effects, wlth blas folds at bottom; just ^n the Sklrt for thls B.ason's wear. Skirts that are worth 81.25 H(5C and .1.60. special at . $1.25 and $1.50 Lawn Waists, 89c Ono hundred Fine Lawn Walsts; fronts of embroldery panels and fine tucks. open back: thret-quarter sleeves; cuffs and col- q? lar lace trlmmed. Walsts that were 51.25 and $1.50 are QJ_fC now . $5 Taffeta Silk Petticoats, $3.98 We offer to-day not only the greatest value. but the best va rlety of RiiKtUng Taffeta Sllk Petticoats. Made with very rf?Q fjn wlde clroular ruffle, and ".inder dust ruffle. These Petticoats JhJ.J/O . are posltlvely the .5.00 ones: speclal . ? t made Japanese lace robc over whlte satin, a vell, wlth orange blossoms. 1 and carrled Brlde roses and lllles of the valley. The groom's glft. a dou? ble vlolet brooch of baroque pearls wlth a diamond ccntrt, was her only ornamont. Mrs. Allen, the matron of honor. wore 1 j whlte batlste and Mechlln lace, and carrled whlte pconles. The brides? malds had on pretty white lingerlc 1 frocks and held bouquets of pink peo nlc-a. At the receptlon glven after thc wed? ding in thc honor of the bride's mother, Mrs. Lona Ross Guerard. a quantity ot elegant wedding glfts were -dlsplayed. The brlde presented her raatds with baroque pearl flower plns and her matron of honor wlth an amethyst [, vell pln. Major Clay Drewry- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guerard. of Charleston, S. C, and Mrs. Frank de Ford. of Baltlmore. were among the wedding guests. Mr. and Mrs. *Drewry wlll spend the mo3t of the summer at Major and Mrs. Clay Drewry's country home. at Cen tralla, and wlll llve in Richmond next wintef. Personal Mentlun. Mr. and Mrs. Rlchard Meade and family are Ispendlng some time with Miss PollocW; at Virginia Beaoji. Mr. Worth Dempsey is vlsltlng Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dempsey, on South Falr d fax Street. in Washington. Miss Lucy Christian. who has been (j spending some tlme at Virginia Beach, j has returned to the clty. Miss Nancy Patton has returned to the city from Burllngton, N. J., where she attended school. 5* Mrs. Lorralne Ruffin and little son are guests of Miss Elizabeth Tulbott <*? in Freemason Street, Norfolk. Miss Tyler is the guest of Miss Anna .? Woodward, of Newport News. Miss Emnia Gray Whlte s vlsltins Miss Susle Slaughter. in Warren Cres* cent, Norfolk. Mrs. Warner Moore is the guest oi MIss'iElla Rose Smoot, oi\ South Roya: Dt Street, Washlngton. 0( Mrs. M. C. Gentry ls spending some timo at tho Drlftwood Cottage, Vlr rt_ ginia Beach. Mrs, J. T. Boland is spending somi tlme at Ocean View. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ellett, of Cin? cinnati; Miss Nancy Ellett and Mastei Andrew Ellett. Jr.. are guests of Mr and Mrs. C. B. Ryan. in Freemasor Street, Norfolk, havlng come on foi the Barron-Ryan wedding, which take place to-day ln Norfolk. ' Mrs. H. C. Rell'y is the guest ot Mlsi Lilly Pollock, at her cottage at Vir ginia Beach. I Bishop Penick is the guest of Mr and Mrs. Serpell, in Duke Street, Nor folk. Mr. S. B. Robertson and Mastei Meade. of Witt, near Danville, are ii the clty for a few days. Mr. Robert Skoine, who has been th guest of Mr. R. C. Nlcholas, of. Char lottesville, for several days. has re turned to th&- city. 1 Mrs- Luther Sheldon, who has bee x 'vlsltlng friends in ? the clty, has re 1 turnsd to her home on York Street, l 1 Norfolk. Miss Annle Sears has returned t her horne in Newport News, accom panied by her cousin, Miss Ruth Seari who wlll spend a month at that place. Mrs. M. J. Rlley and her daughte: Miss Cordelia Rlley, have returned t their homo In Roanpko,' after a thre weeks' trip to Jacksonvlllo, Puebh and Atlantla Beach, Fla,, and -Rlch mond. Mrs. J. A. Brubech and two ohtldr^ have returned to the clty after a d. llghtful vlslt to Mrs. G. I. Herrlng, i Charlottesvllle. Messrs. Edward and Jullan McCa; thy. Ellett Ready, Alfred Crensha* John. Royall and Mr. Gilliam. have r. turned to the city after a stay- ot tu weeks at Virginia Beach. Mrs. I. N. Jones is ln Richmond, ar is stopplng at No. 809 West Franklln. Mrs. Benjamin Nash has returned the city after a dellghtful vlslt i "Ravensworth," the home of Mrs. \ H. F. Lee. ? Mr. Rlchard Meade, Jr., has left f. Maine. where he will be the guest relatives for a few weeks. Mr. Landrum Skelton has returned the clty after spending the week-ei at the Hygeia, Cape Henry. Miss Winlfred Goodwln. of Augus county. well known In Richmond, visitlng relatives in the West. Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Waike and s< wlll spend a part of June and Ju wlth relatives in Loudoun county ai Maryland. Mr. Henry Wilson, who has be, quite sick for the past week at N 215 East Franklln Street, is impro ing. mV. A. J. Chewning has gone to Ne York, where he wlll spend a we. vlsltlng his brother. Mr. W. L Chew Ing. superintendent of the Gas Coi pany, of Newark, N. J. Later he w joln hls brother Kappa Slgmas ln thi trip to Denver. Coi., where they w ctssenible in annual conventlon tl INTERESTING S1GHTS IN Et.ECTR EXIIIBITS. Not every day In Richmond are t people Invlted to come and keep c. while tn'-a'y learn somethlng to th lnterest und advantage. This Is wt lhe electrlcnl coi.tractors and supi men are doing wlth thelr exhibit 72S East Maln Street. Minlature t clones are belng passed all over t place by numerous electrlc fans, wh: t sllently distribute the coollng draug! I of air'as tho interested vlsltors Insp ar.d ask quer.tions about the many n varled electrlcnl connectlons, (lxln utenslls, devices and appliances used every-day life of nearly everybody. Horns that cnn be heard hlocks av, and electric gongs that can bo hei a half milo aro a conpla of tho no scunds that aro heard or made for ? benefit of thoso Interested. Ligf from the small Jot for tlio slck-ro or hospital cot to the great incand cent lamp and are light are cxplait to shaw howto got tho most llght the least money. Every one agroes t the exhlblt is a nlce. cool, interesii instructive nnd beneficlal place to gc WATCHEl For Graduates (~)VR Watches are THI KJ BEST that can be pre duced, and are guaranteed t be free from any defect w me terial or construction. AU correapondence glven citreful attei tlon. Good* sent on approval, expre prcpald. GALT&BRO Established Over a Centur Jewellert, Sllvt-ramltha, Htntloncra, 1107 Pennsylvania Avonue, Washington, D. C. lst of July. Mr. Chewnlng gori. nr, the repreReiitntlvr. of Itlchniond College Chapter, Mr. and Mrs, A. J, Cliewnlng and famlly will spend Ihe Rtimmer ln thelr hmne, Mountain \'lnw, In Loulsw. cotinty, Mrs, K. O. Llnyd, who hnR been vislt? ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'". A. Noel. nt Won Alr, for tlie pnst. few weeks. has returned to her home ln KliiHhliig. Xj. I. Mr. Wllllam Mnrshnll, Jr.. will spend the summer wlth IiIh grnndmothnr, Mrs. Ttobert Reld, of Norfolk, Vn. Mrs. W. W. Sprntley is Ihe guest In Oxfor.l, N. (!.. of Or, and Mrs. J. II. Dnvls, Mr. H. Clay llouchens hns gnne to Ahn Arr.or, Mich., to take Ihe sum? mer course at th'e Unlverslty of Mlrlil gan. ? Miss Rthel M.'Oaw. of RIchmond: MIsk Virginia Rolter. Mr. Flelrher nnd Mr. Snell, of Ilnrrlsonburg. -niul Miss Josf.phlne Wrlght are guests of Miss Wrlght's sister, Mrs. Thomas Smith Shepherd, of Frederlcksburg. Mr. Joseph Oullck. of RIchmond Col? lege. Is Hpendlng hls vacatlon af_ hls home, Manassas. Va. Mr. M. A. Barbee and famlly are guests of Mr. Barbee's brother. Mr. C. A. Barbee, of Orlando, Va. Mr. W. Ashby Jones, Jr.. and hls Ibrldo. formerly Miss Loulse Mltcholl, of Denver, Col., are summer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Jones, Sr., at Dlt.bley, Gloucester county. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam Wolfe Dim mock. of Ne**. York. are occupying Blmlngton, their recently purchnsed home on North Rlver, Virginia. Miss ITelen Mllls, of Goochland coun? ty, ls vislting hor frlend. Mrs. Julia Holloway. She wlli spend the month of July tn Ain(*rhiv--returnlng home about August. lst. Rev. Mr. Rov-c to Wcd. [Speclal to Th? Tlmes-Dlspatch.) BUBNA VISTA. VA., June 22.?An nouncement has been mado of the ap proaching marrlage or Rev. E. II. Rowe, presldent of the Southern Sem? inary. of thls place. and Miss Frances W. Hunter, of Tennessee. The cere? mony will be performed at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hunter, near Rogersvllle. on .Ti-ne 30th. Miss. Hunter has been the head of the art department ln the Southern Seminary. ? Heard and Seen in Publie Places _. _TAM on my way to Norfolk to lool % k I after some mattors conr.ected I with the I. O. O. F." said State X Senator John C. Noel. of Lee county, at the Park Hotel last night. "My vislt to Richmond at thls time has no polltical slgniflcance." li. contlnued. *'Being the grand mastei of the order in Virginia, I am making jsome official vislts to lodges in tht eastern sectlon of the State. I hav? some work to do here, and will go tc Norfolk Wednesday." "How about politics?" he was asked "What kind do you mean?" hc ln qulred. "National, flrst, lf you please." "Well, I like the results of the Chl , cago convention, and belleve the Re ipubllcans will wln wlth ease thls fall ^The candidates are ntrong men, an. \ they have been put upon a good plat i forin."' | "Will you bevthe nominee of you Ipartv for Governor next year?" I "Well, I cannot say about that. I is too far off, and I have not beei offered the honor. Comlng down t. matters a little closer at hand, yo. mav say that we will carry the Nlnt: District this fall vyith more than usua ease. The dlstrlct Is safely Republlcan and I belleve our majorlty will be ln creased." Senator Noel has an Idea that th Democrats will probably nomlnato Hor Herbert G. Peters, of Brlstol, and h Is quite sure there will be no Repub lican opposltion to Congressman Slemv Both parties will hold thelr conven tions early ln August. "There ls one thlng encouraglng ou our way." sald the Senator. "and tha is that nearly all the mlnes and fur naces that were shut down durjng th recent buslness depression are now i full blast agaln. "We are developin coal lands In Lee county, and upon recent vislt an inspector of the Unlte States government declared that n finer bitumlnous -..-as to be found any where." Senator Noel will probably stop ove ln Richmond on his return from Nor folk to the Southwest. Mr. B. F. Eakle. proprietor of th Sweet Chalybeate Springs, is regis tered at the RIchmond. "Notwithstanding the great Interef whlch ls belng manlfested thus early 1 tho gubernatorlal contest to be settle next year, one hears little or nothin about the other places to be fllled o n- I tlie tlcket," declared an East Virglnl n- I Democrat at the Richmond last nigh "So far as 1 know," he contlnue. "there have been no offlcial announcc ments on the. part of those who ma asplre for these posltlons. Attornej General Anderson and Lieutenant-Goi ernor Ellyson have not sald what the will do. so far as I have been ab to learn, and the same ls probably tn with reference to the Incumbents . the other State offices to be elected l the people, It appears a little remarl able. ln vlew of the gubernatorlal ta that' is heard in almost every groi of men who take Interest ln polltlc affalrs." It ls not known posltlvely what. w be tlie course of the Attorney-Gener ,'"ml,and Lieutenant-Governor. They w __?.. Vftry probably run agaln, though ne in'| ther hns said so in any publlc inann. Each will have opposltlon, howevt Judge Samuel XV. Wllllams, of Wytl who has been mado an elector at lar. on tho Democrutlc. tlcket, is an uvow candldato . for Attornoy-General, ai In canvassing the State for tho par this fall he will very probably ke one eve on hls own llght. Thls will Judge Willlams's thlrd trial for t' honor, he having opposed Mnjor A dersop ln the last two contests, Cf onel James R. Catonvof Alexandria, w run for Lieutenant-Governor in t tirimary, according to declaratlo made by him on the suh.lect to sor \ close friends at the Roanoke conve ? tion. lt is belleved that the followli eleetlve offlcers will stand to succe themfeelves: D. Q. Eggleston, Secretary of t Commonwealth; A. "W, Harman. J Treasurer; J. D, Eggleston, Jr., Supc Intendent of Publlc Instructton, a George W. Kolner, Commissioner Agrictilture. Indoed, they have said to close friends, and thore Is hardly doubt that they and the Attorney-Oe eral and Lieutenant-Governor will ma some publlc declaratlon concernlng t matter at an early date. A" party of prize wlnners ln a ti contest eonducted by the Unlon (S. ( Tlmes, a weekly paper, arrived in t clty and spent last nlght at tlie Le ington. They will leave here over t Seaboard Alr Llno Rallway for th homes to-day. Tha party, whlch belng chaperoned by.' Mr. L. M. RI edltor of tho papor. camo here _r< Norfolk, havlftg vislted Washlngl ftrH. Mr. 1'Uci 'deelat*.d tftot the t y Astounding j SHIRTWAIST Bargains ??? iyr<CL in Women's [ OKJllu $10 and $12 Shirtwaist Suits, - - - $3.50 $5.98 Shirtwaist Suits,.$2.50 $5 and $3.98 Shirtwaist Suits, - - - $1.50 We havc altogether accumulated about eighteen Shirt Waist Suits that are sHghtly soiled and mussed from hand? ling. All will go at the above prlces. rThe Materials Deservingof Particular Notice Some are of pure linen. others of very fine Frencli lawn; these are trimmed with lace and embroidery and tucks. On sale to-df.y. White Duck Skirts Not here, nor anywhere else, have Skirts like these been sold so low. Three correct models to choose from. $1.^5 Skirts 41. had been most enjoyuble. Those who are making the trip are L. M. Rl'ce. Mrs. L. M. Rlce, Mlsses Eloise I-'oster. Ora V. Page, Fannie M. Bumbo. Orrle Farr. Mary Roblnson. Efflc Galllvan, J. Wesley Greer, D. B. Morgan. Mr. XV. G. Dunnlngton, a promlnent Farmvllle tobacconist, is at the Jef ferson. Dr. Luclen Lofton. a promlnent phy? sician of Emporla, was ln the clty yes? terday, accompanlcd by Mrs. Lofton and their llttlo daughter. Marje-rie. They stopped at Murphy's, spent much of the day In shopping, nnd left for their home last nlght. "Will you.please see if Senator Mar? tln Is ln hls room?" wns a question asked by several of the Senator'n friends at Murphy's yesterday and last night. ".Senator Martin ls not here." was the Invarlnblc reply, Rnd then the lnqulrer would take another look at the reglster. only to dlscover that the Thomas S. Martln reglstered for room S-l was not the junlor Unlted Statef Senator from Vlrglnln. but a citlzen ol Lanexa, ln New Kent county. Henatoi Martln usually stops at Murphy's when in the clty. und often has a nnntber oi callers from among hls friends here. Appenl itcfn.i.-.t. The Supreme Court yesterday rcfused to grant an appeal In the case of the clty of Richmond vs. the Chesapeake and Ohio Rallway Company. The lltlgatlon has been pcndlng foi many years, and grows out of the ai kged fallure of tho Che&apeaUc an.l Ohio to comply with some of the obli gatlon Of the old Richmond and Alle* Bhany Rallwav, which lt ecuulred. h Gov-.-ri.oi* nt Lcxlugton, Governo.* fcwunson left yesterday af , ternoon 'or Lexlngton, where he wll attend the V. M. I. finals. He wlll re ?'turn here on Thursday afternoon. The Valentme Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. Cpen dally from 10 A. M. tn 5 P. Jd Admisalon. 25 coi.ts. Fieo or. B.turdiy. Richmond Transfer Co. X'NION RAILROAD AND rCI.LMAN OFFICE. 819 E. Maln Street. Murphy and Jefferso. Ilotola. CITY TICKET AGENTS FOR AI.Ii LINES DAGCAGE CALLED FOR AND CIIECKEI FROM RESIDENCE. European Steamship Agenti All LIncg Repreaented. HUDSON NAV. CO DXTODI IT'S Stra. C. '/,'. Morso nn rc'%JJr~~a Adirondack k-nvc Pler 3: LINE N. R., foot c-f Canat Sl u vi iii N<-w v<->rk. at ? P. M., au New York- Albany \ve?i isuth et.. 6:30 p. .\ $| tzr\ dally. Sundayi Include. 1 . JVJ Orchestrn. flTITTTWC Steamers Onteora an ?L-II I^AVflO oreenpfi't leave Pier 46, > I INF R*. <oot of Weat 10th St NeWI0rk--lr0y cept Saturdaya. Ilouiul Trip SUNDAY STEAMEE $2.50 TOUCHES AT ALBANV Splendld accommodations. Club break faats Grill servlce. Summer book free. Directlon connection at Albany oV. Trc wlth cxpress trains for polnts North, Ea. and West. Tlckets seeured nt prlnclpal tlckot offlci and R. R. statlons. I An instrument that as attractfrig the attentlon of the musical public Not in years has a musical instrument been introduced that has at once attracted such interest as is being shown in thc KlnffBfiurp [NHpt-PUW-R Piano. > Nearly everyonc has become acquainted with the ordinary player piano, hut"the'?.ffffflB-punfl made by The Cable Company, Chicago, has marked the tntroduction of a really dependabie and satisfactory insttumenr, The tS!fS&:PiSXS& Pianos havc many distinct features of advantage. For instance: The Miniaiure Keyboard, thc Transposing Device. a case of nortrial proportions and elegant design, ancf many other characteriatics that make thesc instru ments surj-jrior. ? i Everyone interesled in music should call at our store and inspect 1 the ftipa?burp /MOt-piAYE/i, P.ianos which we have on exhibition. We have a large colleciion of music rdlls and visitors can play their own choice from many selecttons. Those who have pianos and desire to purchase one of these fNNER'piAYEit instmments can makeadvantageous exchange arrangements. Your Upright Piano Taken in Exchange * THE CABLE COMPANY 213 Eaat Broad. /. Q. CORLEY, Mgr. * NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Offlce of Collector of Clty TaxM, C.ty Hall. Bi0h1.ii.nft, /A. THIS OFF1CE WILL Bl" "? .?_*A-.'Y .*?.* HECEIVE AL__ OR ONE-fr-AL." Or C'TY TAXES, REAL.ESTATE AND PERSONAL. FOR THE YEAH _.)0S, ON JUNE 15TH. V THE WHOLE TAX IS Dt_P9,JbUt the oidinanco provldes that one-lialt may be paid in June ant tho renuinlng half ln December. Falluro to pav all or one-half ln June Incurs a penalty of 6 per cent. on the whole amount. whlch is due at once, and lf not paid I.oforo SFPTEMBER 1ST the Colle-.'or ls ie quired to levy, with costs added. Thls notlce embraces the aai...:el district. ALL MALES 21 y.ars ?C iV?re, A r-L PERSONS (MALE OR FEMALE) v.-ho own personal. property. or liu'M p.r U.-nal property as _td-.cl_.ry. an.l *_? II 'ipf.rt'ea conductlng buslno-3 ln the city !of Richmond (ot whatever nature. are :05si.y3id. and will plea:<o call and ict jtle, so as to avold dellnquency. ? GRADING. PAV1NG. PIPE AND i SEWER CONNECTION BILLS are pay i ^able ln tho same niaiine. as Taxes, ? !and at tho siime tlme. . | GIVE NAME IN WHICH PROl'l.R iTY STANDS, and see that you get all . |your bllls, I Thisv belng the only i >t'.__! providiid jfor by law, please glvo It prompt at 'tentlon. as under tlu. new ordinance ."> per cent. penalty will have to bo added to tho whole bill arter June 30th. F. "W. CUNNINGHAM, Collector of Clty Taxes, vTrginiX^Tn the law and" equity court of the city of richmond. june 1. 130s: I Wllllam A. McBrlde.Plaintiff vs. Pattie A. McBrlde.Defendant IN CHANCERY. The object of thls suit is for the plaintiff to obtaln a divorce i mensa et . thora from the defendant and to obtaln ?icustody of the Infant son of the sald .Ipartles. Morrls McBrlde. And an affi davit having been made and filed that .Ithe defendant, Pattie A. McBrlde, ls Inot a resldent of the State of Vlr Iglnla. lt is ordered that she, do appear here wlthln fifteen days after due cxecutlon of thls order and do what Is necessary to protect her Interest hcreln. P. P. WINSTON, A copy?Teste: Clerk. Sands. Wllllams & Swartwout. p, q. .feealeb $ropo__aI,s. i-E'ALED"'p'ROPOS._ L.S.' Manchester. Va., June *_0, 1D08. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE ceivod nt offlce of Superintendent ot Water Department, Manchester, Va., on or before JULY 2. 190S, 1'J M., for two 150-horse power water tube bollers. for 150 pounds working pressure, wlth nll flxtures and flttlngs complete and connected up for work. Plans and speclfications may be ob talned by applylng at the offire of tlie Superintendent or Engineer at the pumptng station, Manchester, Va. The commlttee reserve tha right to reject any or nll bids. i C. H. SMARP, Superintendent "Water Department, Manchester, Va. "ASK MR. BOWMAN," STEAMSIIH* AND TOtKIST A.S...VT. Ropresentlnff all Europoan and Orlen.A' Llnes. Thos. Cool. & Son, Fritnk C Clai'S and Dr. Ease.' Tours. Also cffllr, B. ___ O and P. ? R. F.. SIlleaRC Boolis. FREE INFORMATION BCREAtl. Don't make r.-.rvatlons or purchaso Uck eta un'll you "SKEMR. BOWMAN," 808 E. Maln SUreet, Telephone ol3_. Richmond, Vu. ?3 IRaftroaDB. Southern Railway TRAINS tjBAVfl RICHMOND. N. B.?Foltowlnn achtdul*. flttuiH pub lalied only as Informiitlon nnd iiru not ttuar intned: . . 6:20 .'.. M.?Dally?Locnl ; r Cl.srlotte. 11:00 A. M.?Dnlly?Llmlted?Buffat Drollef tn Allanta nnd il-rmlnghnm. Ne.v Orleni-.s, Mcmphli, Clwtniiooga. niv.l all tho Routh. TIimm-sii coacn tor C'litUO Uty. Oxford, Durlinm. 0:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday?Keysvllie Local. 11:30 ?'. M.?Dnlly?Mmlte.1 I'tillman ready , 9:30 P. M. fnr all thn South. YORK RIVER LINB. i:3fi, r. M.?-Ex. Sunday?To We.it Potnl?> conneotlng for Ualtlmoru Monday, AVedneailny, Friday. 2:15 P. f .?-Monday. Wednesday and Fri? day?I.ocal to West Polnt. 4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sundnys?Local to Weat Polnt. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. 7:00 A.M., 0:30 F. lt.?From nll the South. ?1:10 P. M.?From Charlotte, Ralel/jh. Dur iiain, Clmso Clty and local atatlona. S:40 A. M.?-From Keyavllle?Local. 8:20 A. M?From Wo t Polnt. nnd from Balilmoro Wedneiday, Friday and Sun'ta?-. 10:45 A. M.. 5:45 P. M.?I.ocal from Weat Polnt. C. XV. ?WESTBtmV. D. P. A.. 420 E. Maln St. Phon?_433. Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE JUNE 7. 190S. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILT. For Florlda and South; 8:13 A. M. and 7:25 P. M. For Norfolk: '*S:ld A. M.. '9:00 A. M? ?3:00 P. M., fi:00 P. M. and ??7:0ft P. M. For N. & XV. Rv. Weat: ??S:10 A. M\, ?9:00 A. M., 12:10 anrl 9:10 f M. For retersh-Uf*: "SilO A. ?.. ?9:00 A. M.. 12:10. '3:00. '3:30 P. M.. .1:00 P. M? ??7:00 P. U., f-.tO T. M., 7:23 nnd 11:30 r. M. For Uolilat,'>ro and Fuvuttovtlle; 'S;30 P. M. Tral!*.. Brrtve THrhmord i!.i:ly. 0-10. 1:05 A. M., '5:23, ??ll:13 --'.. M.. ??10:4S and ?11:13 A. M.. '1:30 P. M. ?:0S, '0:50. 4:00 -?nd S:20 P. lt.: "3:i:. J'. M. ? Exrep. Sunday. ?* Sunday only. Tlme uf arrlvo!. aiui depa-tuies and con* liofctl-ns n..' cu^rnnteed. C. S. C'AMPBBT.L. D. P. A. Ricliioi, FreflericisU'g & Potomac R. i SCHETJULE EFFECIIVE APBIL 12.1S0S. TOAND FHOUfWASHINOrOiVAND 8EY0NB. Xoavo Richmond ?6.20 A.M. ItyrdK'.Sta. ?S.4U A.M. IljrdSt.SU. ?9.S0A.M. Maln St.SU. tlS.Ol I'.M. BjTtl St. 8U. f 4.00 r.n. Byrtl 8t. 9t?. Jo.tWr.M.Elha Statlon. ?0.13 P.M. Maln au St?. ?3.20 P.M. Hyra St. 8U Arrlvo Rlol r. ond ?7.50 A.M. OrrilS'.St*. I8.2&A.M. nrrdSuSta. JI0.35 4.M. Rlba3utto? ?18.15 P.M.lUtnet.8t?, t?.ISP.M.Bjrrd8t,8t?. ?7.I6P.M.B,ra8t.8t9.. *?^OP.JI.Byra8t.8t?. ,9,3.-.P.M.Ii?lnSt.8tftT ASHLAND ACCOMMODATIONS?WEEKDAYS. [ie?ToR(ba 8tntlon-7J!0 l.??., 1.D0P.H., ?.:??'> P.li. Irrlte Elba Station-IMO A.M., ItMO A.aj.,6.40 PH I --Dally. fWeakdays. JSundays only. AII i :raln? to or from Byrd Street Station atop at Slba. Time of arrlvala and dcparturts oot fuaranteed. Read the *.i|*i? Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 9:00 A. I Fast dally trains t0 Old Polm, 4:00 P. \ Nowpr t Ncwa nnd Norfolk. 7:10 A.?Dally. Local to Newp- i Nowa. r.:oft P.- D.illy. Local lb Oll Polnt. 2:00 i*. / Dally. Loulsvllle, Clnclnnatl. ChU 11:00 P. \ cago nnd St. Louis Pullmana. 9:00 A.?Dally. <_"..'ville exc. Sun. C. Forga, 5:15 P.?\Ve?:k Dny/. Local to G'vllle. 10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg. Lex.. C. Korge 5:15 P,?Weclc Dnys. To LynchburK* TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. I.ocal fror.-. East?8:.- A. M. S-l- P. M. Through fror.i Eust?11:45 A. M.. 7 P. M. I.ocal from West?'S:3ii A. M., 7:13 P. Sl. Turough?7:30 ... M. ar.d 3:15 j M. Jamca l lver ?-lne? 'S:3- A. M., 6:3ft P. M. " Dally cxcept Sunday. Richmond and Chesapeake Bay R'y Electrlc trains to and frin*. Ast.i.iud, atcp plns -it intermt'llate atat'.ons ***;on ..Ignal DAILY. Leavo Rlchi.-.ond (Brosd and Laur*t Stroetsl?6:05. 7:in, ?t0, >:10, 11:10 A. V.. 1:10, 2:10. 3:30, 4:10, 5:10, B:10. ":10, S:l*l. ?j:1C, 11.30 P. -M. Leavo Afhland?5:1 f. 7, S, 9. 10 ,? M. t*j nonn, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6 7. ?. 9, 10:3C P. M. EMIW TRAINO' ON BATURDAYfc .-.fDi SUNDAVH. Leave. Richmond?10:10 A. M. und _:-.;o P. ii. Leave Ashland?11:00 ?.. %I. and 1:00 Richmond and Petersburg Electric RaiT.vay Cars lei\e Mmicliestor, Swvantr. wid _^ tj Streets. for P-atersburg. ?6. 7, S. *S, 10, 11. *12 . M-. '*. i. 3. . 5 ??5:43, *6, 7, S, -9. 10 P. M. "ll P. M. tor Clieat- ' l~ mldnlehi. tor Petersburg. Cars leave Peterabury, foot Sycamcta Street for ..lancheater. 6:35' "7:15. "7:35, 8:35 9:35. '10:35. 11:35 A M., 12:35, **1:35, 2:35", 3:35. ?4:35. 5:3o. 0:35, '1:35, 8:35, 9:.-5. 'lCtO. 11:40 P. M. ? Carrle? bn-*Bn*re and arprcsa. ?? Limited, except Sunaay and holldaya All cars frotn PetersiurB connoct vrltU cnrs /or itlchmond. _ Seaboard Air Line Ry. fiOL'TIIBOUND TRAINS CHEDULED TO LE.VVE RICHMOND DAILY. 9:10 A. M.?Local to N'orllna. Raletjrh, Charlotte, Wilmington. 12:25 P. M.?Sleep ero an:l coaches. Atlunta, ^ir inglium, Mem? phls Savannah. Jackaonvllic and Florlda pom'ts. 9:15 IJi M.?SUapeva and coach*? Snvannah. Jacksonvllle, Atlanta. Blrmlnx l-.am and Motnphts. ' NORTHBOUND TRAINS SC1IEDULED TO ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY. 9:10 A. .V. 6:05 P. M-. *?:-*? P* -J* H. S. LEAKD. D. P. A. Norfolk and Western Ry f.NLY A/.L-RAli. LINE TO NORFOLX. Schedul.- ;n Ktl'-ct 'ir-o 7, 190S. l.-ave Hyrd '.treet S:at:.-*n, Rlchmu.t-1. F-.;.- Norfolk: bR:10 /.. X., &9:00 A. 31. a?:00 i; M.. '6:' i l'. M.. 1.7:00 l\ M. Fnr Lyuuli burg and tlie Wctt! b3:IO ?V. M.. a9:00 A. M.. ?i2 10 P. M.. "?.. 10 P. M. -Trivo Richmond: Fror.-. NoifOlA. b!l.;'.3 A. -.t. all:45 A. M.. s?-50 P./M.. "9:43 P. ?'? From tlio West, -3:05 A. M.. *2:05 P. M., *S:!S0 P. M. l-Tuilman Parlrr and Steeplr.-; Cars. Cata Dlnin-t Cars. ? Datly. n Dally Ex. r.un.: h Sun. only. XV. B. BEVILD. O. H. BOSLEY. Oen. Paas. Asent. Dlatrict Poss. Agenr. &team&qat.S. _ _ LD bOMINION ' STEAMSHIP CO. Night Line for Norfolk Leave Richmond overy evening (foot -\sh Slreot) at 7 P. 31., siopplng ut Newport . Nt-wa on route. Fare, J3.O0 one way; (4.00 round trip. Including staic-room berth: meiU 6.1 cents. Street cars to steamev's wbftrf. FOR NEW YORK Via r'glit Llne steamcrs <oxcept Saturday). making connection in Norfolk wlth Maln Llne 3hlp following day at . P. M.i nl*j. Norfolk and "Western Ry. at S A. M. und 3 P M.; nnd Chesaponke and Olilo Ry. at i V. M. and 4 P. 31., m'Vklng connection duiiy ?. (excent Sunday) at Norfolk wlth Maln Llna Shlp salllng ut 7 P M. Tlckets atO. D. 8 l.lno Offlce SOS H. Main Street. Richmond Transfer Co.. S19 E. Maln Stra.oti The Jet feiaon, Murphy's Hotel._ Virginia Navigation Company's JAMES RIVKtt DAY LLNE. STEAMER POCAHONTAS l.EAVE FROM fi OLD DOMINION WHARF MONDAY. WED VESDAY and FRIDAY at 7 A. M. for Nor? folk* Portemoutlt, Old P?int. Newport New?, Claremont and James Rlver landlngi. cou nectlrig at Old Point for Washington. Baltl? more and th? North. Electric, car? dicect tc. the wharf. Tlckets'on sale at Richmond Transfer C?-, S19 Eaat Matr. Street; S08 Eaat . Maln Sneet. or on wharf or steamer. Fara to NorfoU, ona way. $3.25. Round trip, J;\E0; eecond-class. H-00. Meala, 50 centa. Frelght received for aboye-named placea fi nnd all polnts tn Eastern Virglnla, North ' Carollna i :d the Eaat._ Merchants and Miners fransporlation Co Norfolk to 14...1I..U. Ma??., and Provldence, R. I, Stenmeis leavo Nor- -lk for Boston Mon.. Wed. and Fr!.; for Providence Sun., Tuat. and Sat. at 6 P. M. Pa?s^*>.--ers .ind freiichl taken for nll New Englan** polnts. TIck?t? :, on aalo at offlcea C. A O. Ry.. N. i- XV. Ry., S H. Bowman, SOS E. Matn, and Rlch. Trana. Co.. ma E. Maln. The Clyde Steamship Company PUILADEt.pntA, RICHMOND AND NORFOLK 1JNB. Frelght recoltcd nnd dullvered d?lly i?t .'. & O. Rl". C.'a D??"t. Sev?n???nHi and Hroad SH-eeta H. K. WOiDFlN, ifidlcllljg Agent. Clidtf Liiio Wlmif. Ptooa iid.