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Extra! > SUIT SALE Garments from $25 to $30 will bcsclcared at $17.50 and $15.00 Thls wlll lntorest four tlmes the number of women that we can' supply. Not thnt thls marvelously priced lot ls amall, but that the offering ln ono that wlll creato the grcatout demand of nny gnrmont sale thnt has taken placo thls een son. Nothlng ln the world hut thn unusual warm weather and heavy nupplles are rcsponslblo for thls great opportu? nity. Wondcrfully pretty mixtures, strlped materials, both ln hard and soft finlsh, nre invoived. Trimmed wlth braids, buttons, velvets, etc; strlctly up-to-date models. Coats llned wlth heavy satln'. Skirts come ln plalted and gored models, cut extremely wlde. New Coat Sweaters We have just recelved a new shipment of Coat Sweat? ers, ao needful and comfortable for cold weather, which may arrlve wlthout a mlmite's notice. They come in pop? ular shades and are priced at $1.98 and $2.50 SOCIAL and PERSONAL AMONG the lnterestlng nuptlal events scheduled for to-day, none Is more so than the wed? ding of jhhs Margaret Howe Watson, of Pulaskl, Va., ' to Mr. Can D Ing Moore Newton, of this clty, In tlie Presbyterlan Church at Pulaskl. Tlie hour for tho ceremony If 8:30 o'Clock thls evenlng. Tlie Rev. Carl H. Matthews wlll oflleiate. Miss Alva Watson, sister of the bride, ?wlll be mald of honor. and Mr. Otway Byrd Newton, the beat man. A reception wlll 00 given the bridal party, Immedlate frl<-nds and relatives ln the home of the bride, after the ceremony. Then tlie brlde and groom will leave on a late traln for a North? ern hriual tour. Out of town guests at the wedding will be Mrs. Wllllam G. Stanard and i?r. McOtilre Newton, --f Riehmdrid; Mr. John h. Newton, of Roanoke: Mr. Pclrce and Mr. E. Lee Trlnkle, of Wytheville, and Miss Emeline Mc Clelland. of Columbua, O. Snnnilers?rrice. The wedding of Miss Sadie Isora P.-h-e. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ruppe Prico, to Mr. Wllllam Davld Saunders, son of Mrs. Virginia Raun <t>-r.-i. wiil bo celebrated ot 11 o'clock ihix morning. in tlie home of the brlde's sister, Mrs. A. J. Clarke. of N'o, .'?",17 Floyd Avenue, the Rev. J. B. Hut *on. of i'lne Street Baptist Church. olii ciating. House decorntlons wlll be ln palms and Southern smllax. Thn matron of Uonor will be Mrs. James XV. Ball, of New York, who wlll be gowned In ecru net over whlte sllk, and carry Killarney roses, The ringhearer, llttle Miss Myrtle Barker, wlll have on a pretty frock of whlte mousseline de sole, with Whlte ribbons. Mr. Rohert Booker wlll be best man. ^. Tho biid..> wil! be gowned ln b'.ue, tajah sllk wlth Peralan embroidery, a black plumed plcture hat, and liave a bouquet of Brlde roRes. Mr. and Mrs. Saunders will leave by the noon train for BufTalo, Niagnra and New York. Many handsomo wedding presents have been received .by them. Guests from a dlstance to be present at lhe ceremony wlll be Mr. and Mrs. i'. ii. Saunders, of Alexandria; Miss fox, of Washington; Mrs. B. W. Tyree. ot Peteriiburg; Mr, aml Mrs. James W. Bal], of New York; Hon. H. A. Maurico and Mr. J. G. Saunders, of Manchester. i The bridal party was glven an ln ^ formal reoeptlon last evenlng after the rehearual. in the homo of Mrs. Clarke, No. 2317 Floyd Avenue. CovinRton?Burgess. Invltatlons havo been Issued for tho marriage of Miss Lois Imogen Burgess to Mr. Henry Covlngton, the ceremony to be performed in Enon Baptist Church, Chesterrield county, on Wed? nesday, November 11th, at 3 o'clock V. M. Miss Burgess is the daughter of Mr, Rnd Mrs. Walter Burgess, of Chester? field county, and Mr. Covlngton is a larmer living near Petersburg, who has oiany frlends thero and ln Itlchmond. Stnv-nt-Home Wliist Club. The Stay-at-Home Whist Club was entertalned on Monday evenlng by Mrs. Basll D. Spalding. Four tables were played, and Mrs. Spalding and Miss Margaret Morson mado the hlgh? est score. The club will bo enter? talned next Monday evening by Mrs. William R. Robins, at Tho Shlrley, No. 17 South Thlrd Street. Pcraoual .Hontlou. Mrs. Diuguld and the Mlsses Diuguid. The best way to clean silverware ? solid or plated?is to SOIL it. Put the silver in a large pan. Cover it with cold water. Add half a cake of Ivory Soap, shaved fine. Set on the stove and let the water boil until all the soap is dis solved. Pour off the suds, rinse the silver in cold water and wipe it with a chamois cloth. Ivory Soap 99 Wo PeV Cent. Pure. of Lynchburg. are spending some tlme in Itlchmond, and are at No. 215 Kast Franklln Street. Mrs. Henry Taylor, Jr., is vislting her daughter, Mlss Mary Taylor, at Bryn Mawr College. Mlss Taylor ls much interested ln a French comedy, "Le BourgeoiH Gentilhomme," to bo atnged by tlie aophomore class of Bryn Mawr, of whlch she la a member. Colonel W. Gordon McCabe spent Monday .ln Petersburg as the guest of hls son/Mr. W. Gordon McCabo, Jr. Dr. Samuel H. Hobson, who has been tlie guest of relatlves in Rlch? mond, has returned to Newport News. Mlss Virginia Maya has left for her home in Lynchburg, after a pleasant stay of aeveral weeks ln Rlchmond. Mrs. K. 11. Ktribling, Mrs. W. E. Luter and Mlss Ellen Breckinridge, accompanled by Mlss Judlth Maury, liavo left for San Antonio, Texas, af? ter spending somo months wlth Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Maury, of Charlottes? vllle. Mrs. Anne Pendleton has returned to her home ln Lynchburg, after be? lng the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. Y. Burch, in thla clty. Mrs. A. B. Apperson ts at home, after a vlsll to ber daughter, Mrs. G. V. Siiitzer, of Charlottesviila. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley D. Whltehead havo taken an apartment at No. 300 Last Franklln Street for the winter. Mr. Walter Dlnwlddle. of Charlottea ville, ls attending the meetlng of the Grand Masonic Lodge ln Richmond. Dr. McGulre Newton and Mrs. Wil? liam G. Stanard have gpne to Pulaskl to attend the Newton-Watson wedding, taking place tliere to-day. Mr. and Mrs. AHmond Blow, of Belle vilie, Gloucester county, havo been spendlng a few days at Jefferson Hotel, havlng coiruo in their yacht Crom Jamestown Island to Richmond. Mrs. John Moncure is spendlng two rfeeka In Phlladelphia, vislting Miss Lliso Moncure, who is taking a course at the Academy of Fino Art. Mr. and Mrs. XV. 8. Forbes and Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Hotchklss, Jr., and son have closed the Forbes country place, "Montt-bello," near Bon Air, and returned to Richmond for tho winter. Miss Ellen ICent, who has been vislting Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kent, in RlchmonO, has left for her home at Loulsa, Va. Mrs. Curtls Walker, ot Urbanna, Va., who, wlth her chlldren, madt an ex? tended vlslt to relatlves here, has re? turned to Urbanna. Mrs. Charles II. Goldsborough has returned to Culpeper, after belng the guest of Mrs. T. D. Neale. Mrs. S. C. Morton, Sr., has returned to her home ln South Boston, after belng the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Grlgg. Mrs. Jean Blalr ls vislting relatlves at Crewe, Va. Mra. W. XV. Hite wlll leave Rlch? mond Saturday, after being tlie guest of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Pace. She will spend the month of November in Now York. Mlss Lucy Goodo Boyd, of Reldsvllle, N. C, will arrive shortly to vlslt hei sister, Mrs. Birdte Boyd Mason, at No. 107 East Maln Street. Miss Bessle Jackson leaves Satur? day to bo tho guest of her aunt, Mrs M. P. Groner, of New York. To Be Marrled To-Day. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] NORFOLK, VA., October 27.?Tlu announcement was mado to-day thai Alvah II. Boushell, of tho Joseph M Clark & Co., largo owners of tugs ope? rating in thia port, left yesterday foi Cllnton, Conn., where hc wifl be mar? ried to-morrow afternoon to Mrs Genevleve S. Kelsey. Tho announce? ment came as a surprtse to Mr. Bou shell's many Norfolk frlends, Itonlck?llouer. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Octolici 27.?Mr. Lewls Ronlck, of Rlchmond nmi Miss Jennlo Boner, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Boner, of thla eity woro marrled here this uvetilng at ( o'clock in tbe opera house, Rabb Callach, of Richmond, performing thi ceremony. Tho best man was Mr. Joe KaBS, of Richmond, and the \ ushoi'f wero Messrs. Simon Hlrsh, Maurici BtScasburger, Sldney Kaufman anc WiUle Strasbttrger, all of this olty. Thi bride's eostumo was whlte satin, witl a net veil nnd whlto kid sllppers, anc the travellng suit was blue broadclot! Wlth hat and gloves to match. Thi wedding music was furnished hj Sanuiol'H Orchestra, from Washthgtph Glieata wero. present from Rielunoiul Washington and Baltlmore, hollow Ing th < ceremony a receptlon wns heh and lvl'i'cshineiitK served to thoi briila party aml invited guesls. Mr. aiu Mrs. Kinilck left on the 10 o'clock tr.iii t'or a Northorn brldal trip, after Whlcl lliey will reslde ln Richmond. Scabrlgltt?I'oreiiinn. [Speoial to Tho Xlmee-DitpatQli,] . "WINCHESTER, VA? October 27.?Ar? thur S, Taliley Sculirlglit, a monibei of ti woll known Wiiuilioster funijlv and Miss Ida Belle Foi oiiinn, il.uiE.yhu-, nf James t oremau, oi' Cupiin Bi'Wlgo \Y. Va., wero' niiirriiHl here ihls ovenlng hy Rov. T. K. Croni'or, of Centotiun Roforined Church. Tliey wlll resid'i here. AdmiiH?lliiyiniikcr, [Hfi-lnl to Tho Tlmes-nispnUli.] i .WiNCl.'.u",;i,UV yAm October 87i , itlisO- fc A, ?8? ? John Davld Adams and Miss JeHsln Itny maker, daughter of Aih'-rt. HaymaUer, of thls county, wero mnrrled 1,,-ro by Rev. J. W. Beall, of Market Street Meth? odlst Episcopal Church, Poweil?imiftiip. FRF.DERH'KSIll'Kil, VA.. Ootober 27.?Ceno I'owcll ftftd Miss Lllla Mai* Hllp, daughter of Mr. i-:. C. Italsllp, member ot tho board of Ktipcrvlporn of Spotsylvarila county, went to Wash? ington from hero to-day and w-ro mnr ricd thero thls aftornooti. They wlll make tholr home ln Washlngton. PETITION ANTt-fJAl.OON I.EAOUB. _______ J.ynehhtirg Mcrclinnts Want I.ncnl Op? tlon Klri-tloo I'onlponetl. [Special to Tho Tlmca-Iilnimtch.] LYNOHBUnO, va., Oetobfr 87.? A petltion is beiiiR clrculatefl ln the clty asking the executlve commlttee of the Ar\tl-Siiloon Leagtte to il,-t>-r aOtlon foi thn present ln lt* petltion to tho Cor? poration Court for a lorul optlon eleo tlon. It ls undcrstood that it was the lntention of tho leaguo to bonln at once wlth Hs canvass for petltlonern for tho election, but thls petltion may catiso a temporary postponment. It Is nlso understood that tho Re tall MerehantS' Association hns asked the eommlttee for a hearlni? on thc question of postponlng tlu> electlon un? tll nft'-r the Christmaa trade ls over, thls request havlng been mado beforf the rlruulatlon of tho petltion for a postponemont of action. There seems to 1>e no doubt hut ar election wlll be held. Tho original program was to ask for lt for earl} ln Decomber, but there is no telllng what wlll be dono now ln faco of thi! petition whlch is belng slgned by "drys' as well as "wets." NEWS OP OAK?-DIED OV HUNDREDTH niBTllOAl [Rpeclal to Tbe Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 OAK, VA., October 27.?-lien Dabney coldred, dled near thls placo Tuesday Ho wif.s about the oldest cltlzen of thii county, havlng passed hls ono hun dtcdth birthday. Ile was a well di^gei and was greatly respeeted by all wh( knew him. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllle Farthlng, ol Diascond, and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ilock aday and son, of Barhamsvllle, wcrt visitors in this neighborhood Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Franks and littlo daugh? ter, Annie, returned home Sunday, hav ing spent tho past week wlth hor sis? ter, Mrs. XV. P. Madlson, of West I'olnt Mr. J. li. Wllllams and John W Eamos, Jr., vlsited Sweet Hall Sunday i ????-1 Captnlu I.ovtrv tteneben Norfoik. [Special to Tha Tlmrs-IHspatch.] NORFOLK, VA.. October 27.?Cap? taln S. E. Lowry, commander of thc ill-fated eohooner Flora Rogers, thai went to pieces several mornings age on Bodtes Island, N". C, reached Nor? foik to-nlght. Mrs. Lowry Is in Eliza? beth Clty, 111 from exposure. Thc sklpper tells of 8 nlne-hour fi?rce galc lhat wrecked thelr three-masted ves? sel, wlth water waist deep rushlnfi across her deck, great waves forclnu them to lash each other to the rlg gingsf, and hov.-. the anchor chains stiapplnBr. thelr shlp was forced on U tha bea.cn. Captaln Lowry will returr to th<> scene to-morrow wlth a crew of men to assist him ln salvtng tht lumber cargo. Ile pralses highly tht work of the llfe-savers. To SHect SnreeSHor to Dr. Jones. [Special to Tho TlmM-Dlspatch.J LYNCHBURG, VA., October 27.?A mcetlnjf of the congregatlon of tin First Baptist Church has been cnller for Sunday, November 8th, at whicl a pulpit committee is to be chosen b> ballot. Tlie congregatlon wlll eleel Bve menabers, who wlll consider a mln? lster to "siiccted Dr. Carter Helm Jones who ls now pastor of the First Bap? tist Church of Oklahoma City. Okla. l-'lre in New OrlptuiH. NEW nl:'.KAN.-' LA.. October 27. Fire to-night dertroyed two frelgh I- and eleven bOX-cari Ot the llll ? Railroad at Poydras ani Roblnson Streets, in thls city. Th j loss wlll amount to about $75,000. Baking Powder The powder with flne leaven? ing qualities and pure, wholo somo lngredlents. Cut coupon from can labels and savo for valuable pre? mlums. Tbe Southern Manufacturing Co., RICHMOND, VA. ? First Shipment Thero are 100 dlfferent cholce patterns lu tho lot, and a wldo rango and varlety of dlfferent weaves. Pieces Rotil Damask Matting down to goud quality China weave. Prices, 12^c to 28c yd. Ccrticr Seccnd and Broad. (Mtilled orders lllloil.l ' Uii.ltir the auaplc?l of THE LADIES OF Tlll: I'liriti'if OP TU COY.HNANT nnil fllltlSTIA.V V 'I'o he held ln tlii> Armtir.v, Seventh und .Miimhall Sli-eels, November Mud to 1 (itlt, facluvlve, Daily at li a. M. Tlcketa tor courge, ?2.i IiiHtriu-tiir, Alm. ('. .1. JuIuimiii, I'iu-Ih K Or, solo nl T. A. Mlllor's, ChiUlrey On Ci iiiptuiy, Ilormun SchmliR and ludlos i ihu committeo, HANDICAPPED Tht* ls tlie One Wllh Mnny lllcluuonii I'eoi.le. Too many Rlohtnond citlzens a.-o handleapped wlth a bad bftok. Tho uncen.ilng piiln oaUiCa constant mlscry, making work a burden nnd stooplng or llftlng an Impnsslblllty. The back aches nt night, preventlng refreshlng rest, and ln tho mornlng ls stiff and lamo. Plastern and llniirientfl may glvo rellef, but cnnnot reach tho cause. To ellmlnata tho pains aud aches you must rnro. tho ltldnoypi. Doan's Kidn&y Pills cure sick kid neys, nnd curo them fiermanently. Can you doubt Rlchmond evidence? Mrs. W. A. King, x I:, West Clay Street, Rlchmond, Vn., snys: "I'rcvious to uslng Doan's Kldney Pills, I suf fored night and day wlth pains across my lolns, so severe as to bo almost unbenrabl^. I could neither atoop nor Stralghten wlthout shnrp twlngos strlklng me, and to 11 ft anythlng was out of tho riuestlnn. I tried several remedies, but grmlually grew worso Inatend of better. J waa In a very poor condltion when my attentlon was drawn to Doan's Kldney nilsi and I [ii-'-A-i a box at tlie Owens <v Mlnor t'nil^B^o. I used them as dlrected, nnd^Fey soemod to go to thn seat of my complaint at once. They cured me, ana my bnck hns beon well and strong slnce. I consider Iionn's Kld? ney Pills a v.-ondorful remedy, and can Indorse them as acting up to represen tntlons." For aale by all dealers. Prlce, 60 cents. Foster-Mllbtirn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agent for the Unlted StateR. Remombcr the name ? Doan's ? and take no other. STUART DOIHG EFFECTI Made a Forcible Address at Taze well Yesterday and Another at Graham Last Night. TAZEWKLL, VA., October 27.?Hon. II. C. Stuart. of RUF3I-11 county, deliv? ered a strong and convlnclng addresa ln tho courthouse hero thls afternoon to a large crowd. Mr. Stuart arrived here thls afternoon from tho west and was met at tho traln by a commlttee of twenty-flvo or moro of tho leadlng citlzens of tlie county, and was es corted to the courthousi-. Mr. Long, tho general manager of the street rail? way company, havlng provided a spe? cial street car for tho purpose. Mr. Stuart dlscussed tho national lssues wlth vlgor and slmpllclty. He pald partlcular attentlon to the tnrlff and the guarantee of bank deposits, statlng that ln regard to tlie latter plank in tlie Democratic platform hc had doubts untll he learned that it was first advanced by Chairman Fowler, of the Finance Commlttee of Congress j whlch made hlm think serlously about jit. and had concluded that lt was among the best pieces of proposed ieg I lelation for tho people, as well as the ! banks, that had been incorporated in I tbe national platform. Mr. stuart was frequently applauded. At the conclusion nf hla speech several Republicans, as well aa the Democrats, piedged him their support for Governor or Virginia. He spoke to a large audl? ence at Graham to-nlght. Politlcs on the loie of ['miles. ? CHINQOTEAOUE, VA., October 27. Last night was a gala occasion for the Democrats of thla Island. Two po? litical meetlngs were held here to night at the same time by tho sup porters of tho two old political parties, and the Democrats are jubilant. For a week or more it has been ad vertised that George N. Wlse, the RfipubUcan candldate .for Congress from thls distrlct, and itfs cousln, Cap? tain John 8. Wlse, of the city of New York, Nwould address the people here to-night. Only two days ago it was mado known that the Democrats would also liave a meim on hand in tho person of Hon. T. J. Dourlng, from Lancaster county, to represent the Democratic idea. As soon as thls was known tlie local Democratic authorltles put "up big posters giving notice of tho same, and publlcly challenglng tho Republl? can orators" to a Joint debate, and the managers of tho Democratlc meetlng personally requested and invited Can? dldate Wlse and hls cousln to Joln Mr. Dowlng ln a dlscusslon of the lssues beforo the people, but thev deollned. The Republicans held forth in tlie skatlng rlnk and the Democrats in tho hall nenrby. The Republlcan meetlng was po'orly attended, but the Democratic hall was fllled to overflowing, not tnorC'than half of the people being able to get in the house. For an hour and three-qttarters Mr. Dowlng held the closest attentlon ot his splendid audlence, in which were many ladies. -?-?-1?' Judge Wllllnm* nt Cnrternvllle. CARTERSVII.LB, VA.. October 27.? Judge Samuel W. Williams, one of the Democratlc campaign speakers, made a speech in the Town Hall hero on Mon? day night. Quite a crowd of voters had assembled to hear him. and somo ladlea also were In the crowd. Judgo Willlnms was introduced by Judge".Tohn O. Reynolda, of thls place, in a happy little speech, and he pro? ceeded at once to an intolllgent dls? cusslon of the lssues of the campaign. judge Mann 10 Winchester. WINCHESTER, VA.. October 27.? Judge William Hodges Mann, State Sen? ator from Nottowny county, addressed a large gatherlng of Democrats here to night on lssues of campaign. He was accorded an ovatlon. Members of tho Bryan-Korn-Hay Club attended tho meeting in a body. ??-??-;-? SYNOD OF NORTH CAROLINA IN SESSION AT NEW BERN NEW BTCItN. N. C, October 21.?Tho Synod of North C'nrollna oonvened liore to n'lRht. The body was composed of about elghty-flve minlstors and thirty laymen, abcut ono-thlrd ot tho number expected. More wlll arrlve to-day. Tho sermon was prctiched by Rev. C. II. Richards. of States vllle, retlrlnit moderator. Ho delivered a strcnp aiscourae on enthusiasm and i-.irti*st lifss ln Chrlstlnn work. Ho urged iiKiiln.it tho passlveness of tii? Individual and of the ohuroh, nnd iiintlo a powerful nppoul to encourage the youth of the ohuroh. After tho Bormoti Rev. A. R, Shaw, ot Charlotto, wns < lei-teil moderator. Rov. R. n. Leyburn, of Durham Pregbytery, and Rev Ii. P. Bmlih. of Ashevllle Prtjtbytery, worn nomlnated for the oltlce. Rov. E. C. Silor was oiected clerk. ? ABRUZZI GETS MESSAGE Scnlod Pncket Froni tbe King Mny Renr ou Hiu ninrrlnge. TURIN, October 27.?A special courler arrived here to-day wltli n sealed mOH aage from King Victor Emmanuel to the Duke of tho AbruazI, which. it Ih i holleveil. contalna the Klng's decision wlth regard to the marrlage of tho idiiK-o and Mlaa Katherine Blkln*. This i bellef is strbngthenod by tho faet that ; tho iiuk". after readlng tlm message, sent for Lhe officliil'notarv of hls liou.-i.. and dlacuBaed with hlm delloato poluta with reference to his patrlmony. lt ls reported here that the Ooivagoi' Queen Murglioritu remalns Immovablo iu her attltude of oppositlon to tho marrlage, but tliat thn duke has de? clared he wlll have hiu own way lu splte of oppositlon. Cotton ??.Hi.i start. a AUGUSTA, OA? Ootober 37.?Yeater day nlno of tho eleven 0'9't'tonmllla h'wre Btariod o'poratlon for the flrat tlme slnco tho freshet of Auguat aatli, The Sihley iinrl King mills start Tluirsdav. Tho cunal repaira are pi'iirt Icallv coin plpteil, and tlii'i'o Is a full li'oad of water. Tho weekly pay-ioil of thono Aiiauufact'orlea la (35,600, , BBILTY QF MURDER IS SECOUO DEGREE Le? Fisher, Jr., Given Fifteen Years in Penitentiary for the Murder of R. W. F. Alston. [Spe'-lal to Tho Tlmei.ninp?,tch.] A8H_VI___, N. C, Octobor 27.?L' Fisher, Jr., who han ber-n on trlal nt Columbus, Polk county, for tho murder ot lt. W. F. Alston, at Lynn Inst March, was found gullty of mur di-r In tlio second degree, and sen? tenced by Judgo Forguson to fifteen yeara ln tho penltentiary. Leo alleged that ho kllled Alston In solf-defonao and in tho proteotlon of hls home, assortlng that Mrs. Loo Fisher had been Insultod by tho dead man, who had approaohed her ln an lmproper mannor a short tlmo previous to tho killlng. Mrs. Fisher testlfled as to the alleged Insult. Fisher, tostlfy Ing on hls own behalf, stated that ho had somo hot words wlth Alston, and that after ho (Fisher) had threatened to shoot, Alston had thrown hls hand to li Ib pocket as if about to draw a weapon, whereupon Fisher shot him. Tho prosecutlon, howovor, showed by threo witnesses that Fisher rodo up to whore Alston was standlng and that somo words passed between tlio men relative to the trimming of somo grapo vtnes; that Fl3her flnally re marked: "I'll shoot your Q? d? heart out," whereupon Alston replled, "Shoot." Then, as aliegod by the witnesses, Fisher delibcratoly drew hls plstol from its scabbard and flrod, tho bullet pierclng yVlston's heart and killlng him lnstantly. An examlnatlon de? veloped tho fact that Alston was un armed. Immedlately after flrlng tho fatnl shot Fisher made hls escape, but later surrenderod to tho authorltles at Saluda. Rewards ^ggregatlng $750 wero offered for hls capture. After hls surrendor at Saluda, Fishor was brought to Ashovlllo and placed ln Jail hore for safe-keeping, lt belng feared that ho would be lynched lf taken back to Lynn county. whore ox cltement for a tlmo ran high. Annual Mcetlnur "t Spencer Flre De piirtment. [Special to The Tlmoa-Dlspatch.l SPENCER, N. C, October 27.?Tbe Spencer Flro Department held its first annual meeting last night, at which all the members wero present, and when several addltions were made to the company of flro flghters. Tho meet? ing waa preslded over by W. H. Bur toif, clilef of U>o department, wlio aet ed as toastmaater at a banquet, whlch followed tho business session. A num? ber of short talks were made by Mor? rls Stewart, W. A. Bobne, J. II. llarris. J. II. Benton, J. M. Ellls, O. II. Vun Canon, A. W. Hlckfl and other members of the company. Steps were taken look? ing to a reduction of firo insurance rates on Spencer property, as well as other matters of general interest. whlch wero disposed of. After tho business was transacted oysters wero served from Holt's cafe. The flrst annual ln stnlment for the beneflt of the firc men's relief fund was turned ovei- to the company last night by representa? tives of the Stato of North Carolina. K STRENUOUS WEEK L P0L1TICS Governor Glenn, Candidate Kitchin and All Other Available Leaders Take the Field. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] RALEIGH, N. C, October ^7.?A ?week of special strenuoslty in mark ing the close of the Democratic cam? paign in North Carolina, the ablest speakers going into every part of tlie State between now and the close of tho campaign, next Monday nlglit. Gover? nor Glenn refused calls from the na? tional commlttee to speak thla week ln New York Stato, and ls glving: the entlre week to North Carolina. Tho Itinerary for Mr. Kitchln, the nominee for Governor, includcs Cnr thage, Shelby, Charlotte, Sullsbury, North Wilkosboro, Durham and other polnts. whllo United States Senators Slmmons and Overman havo aapolnt ments in varlous parts of the West, along wlth appointments in the West e.lso for ex-uovernor Aycock. Then other campaigners, .such ns Waller Murphy, F. A. W'oodard, E. J. Justice and the State offlcers and electors are distributed over the State. CUBA PRODUOING COPPERj REFINED IN VIRGINIA [Special to tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] BOSTON, MASS., October 27.?Cubn will figure as a copper producer thls year lo the extent of 10,000,000 pounds at a cost of 9 cer.ts per pound. Tiie ore comes from tho Cuba Copper Com? pany, neat- SantiagO, and ls shlpped in c.rude state to a smelter at Newporl News, Va., owned by XV. F. C. Eustls, ol Boston. Tho product is sent lo Baltl? moro for rotlnlng and marketed by thc Amerlcan StreUmg and Retlnlng Com? pany. _ Let TTs Send You A 50c Package Free, You Will Be Delighted With It. This Illustration Plalnly Shows What Kengo Has Done, Use Rengo. It ls oerfectl ? safe. You eat lt llko frult or candy anii easily and safely reduco your fat a pound n day, For sale bv all drugglsts nt $1.00 pov full sla'ecl box, or by mail prepald, lij? The RengO Co? 3323 Rengo Dldg., Ua* troit Mich. Tln- companv will gladiy sond vou a 60c package tree by mail if vou wln wrlte them dlrocl to Do* troit and anclqse lOo ns aa evidence of good faith and to l:o\<- pay postugo aml packlng; no free paekages at drug stori-H. Rengo is for i-ai<- and rocommentlcfl lii Richmond by Owens & Mlnor Drug Co? 1001 ISast Matn street: Peop^'a Drug Company, 3800 VVtlHamsbu?'8| Avenue, Fulton: C, W. Eatoti, Twenty* slxth and Q Btreets. and Tragle Drua rn. sn Djast nroiiii xii-iTi. Owens & I Mlnor Driia Co. wholosale dlatrthu* MINIATURE PAINTER JOIl.V C'OPI'ISLI, TKI.FI'iH, lii:, East Fruukllu Street* RICHMOND, VA, -4 Dress Goods Amazingly Low When wo read the tbierved lhe f (JUantltles, Ulndn nnd vnrlotles, wo wired back llko llghtnlng: "We acceptj rush." ?tn-Inch Dress Ooods, In plaln colora, as well ns fancy, that OPn will be sold to-day nt. ?DC Samplo pieces of Dress Goods, lu checks, ntrlpes, plnln oolot;fl, ns well ns plaids; J1.00 grado, for only., ?9c New Clievron Kffects, aipo piinti* ma Sergei, each nnd every one tha best bargaln w?. hn,vo ever olTered at . Novllty Drnsa Goods, ln tho OQa best colors, 50c; but to-day,. wwC 50c Faulkner & Warriner Co,, BroLansdtreet.. For One Week Only! We Are Making These Special Prices 9x11 Brussels Rugs, . . $11.35 9x12 Brussels Rugs, . . $14.65 9x12 Amrainster Rugs, . $25.00 Wool Smyrna Rugs, 30x60, only.$1.50 Velvet Carpets, made, laid and lined, only .... $1.00 Sold everywhere at $1.50 per yd. Special Low Prices on Blankets, Comforts and Quilts. f nmaf Self Feeders, We Sell Them, They Are the Best Heaters Made. GL \j\Jm 4th and Broad Streets. fli ? WWWW?g HMMPW?I Wl?^P"PM1 t1 pjlj??s^f0eT_______________9 rt+isim<m&mtmnjm*to*rt4tf>'*f\mmitmti*i\Bm __?_??i itiiimri.? n ?*_w____i^__fc**1w_??*? That is light?is wholesome and good. If you want to hc sure of the BEST ask your grocer for ,111 Manufaclureil by Dunlop Mills Richmond, Va. Jewelry to Turn the Heart Pin'i Veil Pine, Stek Pins n.ui Belt Buckles. in chase deslgn and ex quiolte workraanship. Silver Mesh Bags and Card Cases In all of the latest deslgns and shapes. *-^ss^MK? 111 East Broad Street. Positively cured by these Little Pills. They aSrf) rclleve DLs tresa trora Dyspepsia, In dlgestlon and Too Hearty Eatlnij. A porfcct rem? edy for Blzziness. Tsausea, Drowsliieas, Bad Taate ln tho Mouth, Coated Tonguo, Pain ln tho suie, TORI'ID LIVER. Thoy regulato tbe Bowe*-. Purely Vegetabie. SMALL PILL. SMALL OOSE, SMALL PRICE, Gsnuing Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature ,-, /*j^_-_?t REFUSE SUBSTITUTES SHOES ARE BETTER AT THE SAME PRICE. Nowhere clsc will you fmd such a lot of real elegancc aiul true worth. Our very-lowest-in price suit has a superior touch iu the style and finish that tells you it is not of the ordinary class. With all our hest efforts iu the past we never had such values to offer as at present. There's lots of satisfactiori lii knowlng that the articles you buy are guaranteed exactly as ropfcsentcd hy a rcsponsible house, No inaUcr what you pay for a Bedroom Suit or a single piccc we will give yiui a genuine sur? prise iu cxcellencc add low prise. Hopkins Furniture Co., 7*and 9 West Broad Street CASH OR CREDIT. GRASS SEED. CLOVER SEED. SBED WHEAT. SEED RYE, SEED OATS, FERTI-IZERS. POUI.THY SUPPLIES, DAIRY FEEDS, IIMIISE FKICDS. MOLASSES F~3SD. Send for samples and prices. S. T. Beveridge & Co. t 1217 EAST CAIIY STREET, RICHMOND, VA. $1 Bargains f g\ por weok buys a Fine *l|l Used Upright Piano. ?*'*' standard make. in srood nditlon; Bt< >1 and scarf. Corno u-l.v. >> "Talk With Crafts. No. 214 North Fifth Street. WHAT ***> YOU DI1ISK! KIWASSA GINGER ALE lf you insist on havlng the best. At all dealors. or 'phone 3715. A COMPLETE REAPAIRINQ and MANUFACTUBINO DEPARTMENT, where compatent mtisnns attend to your nn,- WATCH aad JEWKUtV REP.UR tNCl and exoquto vour SPSCIAb ORDER WORK. 0. I.TJMSDJBN & SON, *.ll .Majn Street. Maoutacturlax Jewelera. FLOOR JPAINTS. BEST BEAOV-MI'.KO I'AINTS, Hmene, float VivC; Ilri?kUim, etc, e?. Tanner Paint and Oil Co 14IU E. 'Maln St.. KU-limoml. V*.