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A 25 Cents,
WORD. Cash In Advance
WORKING WANT ADS.
THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS.
Cash I it Advance
?WANTED, A SINGLE ENTRY BOOK?
KEEPER; must wrlto good hand, make
good figures, bo accurate In extensions
and additions; must be rapid. M. C. &
CO., caro this office.
WANTED, AN ACCOMPLISHED BTOR.E
decorator and window dressor. CORDES,
MOSB?" & CO.
?WANTED. RELIABLE BOY. 16 TO 17
years old, to collccx and work in retail
shoo store. Address "8??," care this
?WANTED?A BRIGHT BOY. OR
. youth, as offlco boy and goneral assist?
ant. Btato (references, salary .expected
und experience. S. L M., caro Times
WANTED. CANVASSERS AND STREET
SALESMEN to soil our Climax Water?
proof Mack Patent Leather Shoe Polish;
a gooil margin to cood salesmen. HEB
BLEWHITE MIi'G. CO., Gainesville, N.
?WANTED. FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR?
BERS for Hotel Ncddo Shop; J? per
week; one-half over $21. Apply to J.
T. JONES, 377 Main Streot, Norfolk,
WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS. RESTA U
rant COOK. Apply at STUMPF'B, cor?
ner Eighth and Main Streets.
ANTED. A aOOD COOK; WAGES
from IS to H5 per week. Apply at Ches?
terfield Hotel, J. Mi HANRAHAN, Pro?
prietor, Petersburg, Va.
WANTED, FOR TUB U. S. ARMY: Able
bodied, unmarried mon between ages of 21
and 35, citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits, who can
speak, rearl and write English: For Infor?
mation apply to RECRUITING OFFICER;
110 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va.
.WANTED. A HUSTLING MAN, OF
mercantile ??xperlence, to represent our
wholesale merchandise association In
every town In the State; R? salary per
month. Address, with reference, en?
closing stamp for reply, or call at Room
43, MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
BUILDING, Richmond. Va.
.WANTED, A THOROUGHLY RESPON
slbl? marrle-d man of experience to man?
age farm near Eko, Va.; must furnish
best of reference; good position for the
right man. Call or address "FARMER,"
Room 17, Times Building, next Wednes?
day and Saturday.
DR. LYON-S SANITARY TEA AND COF
fee Maker; Just patented; fits any pot;
Baves coffee. Agents easily clear $5 daily;
50c. sample, 20c. Send now. Dr. LYON,
WANTED. BY YOUNG MAN, WITH
fair education, honest work of any kind;
understands .handling horses, and has
had experience in grocery business. Ad?
dress GROCERY, care this office.
WANTED, BY ? YOUNG MAN OF
exp?rience, a position as collector with
office work; willing to work. Address
DAMOND, care this office.
"WANTED. BY A YOUNG MAN A SIT
uatlon in a store: would like work Im?
mediately; can pive good references.
Address BUSINESS, care this office.
IF YOU NEED A GOOD ACCOUNTANT
and first-class double-entry' book-keeper,
with A-l references, that will work for
less than his merits, address W., 401 Vs'.
?WANTED. A POSITION BY AN Ex?
perienced offlco man: work In cotton
mill or tobacco office preferred; best
reference furnished. Address "M
care Box 19, Wilson, N. C.
PRINTER, AGED 21 YEARS, WANTS
position; over four years' experience In
both newspaper and Job offices. Address
' "B.." Lock Box 72, Crewe. Va.
.WANTED. POSITION AS WATCHMAN
by good reliable man; first-class city ref?
erence. Address A. B., 17 North Seven?
WANTED. BY A BRIGHT BOY OF 15,
office work; can give good reference
from last place. Address WESLEY
M'COY. 914 North Thirty-sixth Street.
WANTED. A RELIABLE MIDDLE
aged white WOMAN to do general house
work for a family of two: references re?
quired. Address Box 05, Scottsyllle, Va.
WANTED. A GOOD WOMAN TO COOK
and clean (white prefcrreel); must sleep
on lot: reference required. Call 204 E.
.WANTED. OLIVER STENOGRAPHER,
with experience; must be quick and re?
liable: none other wanted; good salary
and prospects, for South Boston. Va.
SO. STP. & STATY. CO.. Employment
WANTED. LADY TO TEACH ENGLISH
and Music In private family In country.
Apply SOI East IiLirshall.
.WANTED. AT ONCE, BY' A WIDOW
lady, a situation as housekeeper for
gentleman or In small family; can fur?
nish tho best of reference. Address
BUSINESS, care of this office.
WANTED, (WHITE) HOUSEKEEPERS,
Cooks, Chambermaids, Seamstresses and
Nurses to call and leave their addresses
at the Tlmes-Dlspatch Free Employment
Bureau. Room 17, Times Building.
Wanted, at once, a good nurse,
with reference. Apply 404 North Twelfth
TUB TIMES-DISPATCH WANT COLUMNS
El* prizes will be awarded each week for
the best drawing submitted, Illustrating
that It pays advertisers to use The Tirnos
Dispatch want columns. Tho bIx prizes will
ha awarded In tho following order, viz:
First prize, }2; second, third, fourth, fifth
and sixth prizes, Jl each.
??1 drawings must be original and must
bo mado with blnck Ink on white paper
or cardboard, and should be five to seven
Inches ln width. Name nnd address must
be written plainly on back ot drawing.
Dn not send letters, but Inclose stamp it
you wish drawing returned. Do not fold,
but roll, when mailing. Address all draw?
ings to "Cartoon Contest," Room No. 17,
All drawings must reach The Tlmes
Dlspatch ofllco not later than 12 P. M.
each Saturday In order to be counted ln
the week's contest.
Every reader Is cordially Invited to take
part ,in this highly Instructive and most
A FIRST-CLASS bADY STENOGRA
pher desires a position; have had nearly
seven years' experience, and am also a?
quainter! with general office work. Ad?
dress EXPERIENCE, care this office.
WANTED, BY.A BOY WHO HAS HAD
experience In ofTlce, a situation Imme?
diately. Address WILLIAM HEN'P.Y
HARRIS, S12?4 N. Ninth Streot. city.
WANTED, ? POSITION AS TEACHER
during spring months; havo had success?
ful experience: reference furnished, and
for further Information address Box 12,
WANTED. ?? AN ' EXPERIENCED
teacher, position In private family or
public school for spring and early sum?
mer; qualifications?English and Mathe?
matics; references exchanged; best re?
commendations. Address Cox 23. Burke
THE WIDOW OF A VIRGINIA PHYSI
clan desires a situation as matron of
an Institution, or as Housekeeper for
bachelor or widower. Very fond of
children. Address B. C. E., care Car?
rier No. 2, Staunton, Va.
A LADT OF REFINEMENT DESIRES
a position as companion or to teach Eng?
lish, Music and languages. Miss
ADAMS, care Carrier No. 1, Petersburg,
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
stenographer; experience and best ref?
erences; would work for small salary.
Address 51. J. M., care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED-A REFINED YOUNO LADY
desires a position to teach small chil?
dren the usual English branches. Ad?
dress Miss M. C, Gays. Va.
WANTED SEWING OF ANY KIND OR
any work that can be done at home
Address SEAMSTRESS, care Room IT,
A YOUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION
as teacher of stenography and typewrit?
ing, or a position to do ofTlce work. Ad?
dress Box S3, Clarksvlle. Va.
WANTED. FOR A RELIABLE AND
capable lady, a position as companion
and .housekeeper In a refined Christian
family or home; no objection to leaving
the city. Address M. B. J., care Post?
master, Manchester, Va.
WANTED. A POSITION AS CASHIER,
entry clerk or office work by bright, In?
telligent lady of experience freference
Mr. W. S. Copeland. Room ?0, Times
Building). Address "CASHIER," care
WANTED. A PLACE AS CASHIER OR
office work or copying; can give good
references. Address EARNEST, care
Woman's Christian Association, 711 E.
A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION
as teacher of stenography and typewrit?
ing, or a position to do offlco work. Ad?
dress Box S3. Clarksville, Va.
WANTED, A POSITION AS COMPAN
lon or nurse to an Invalid lady or ohlld.
or convalescent attendant; have had
some experience ln nursing; references
exchanged. Address S. O. P., Carrier
6, Petersburg, Va.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION IN
office; Is experienced ln filing, copying
and all kinds of office work. Address
N., care this office.
WANTED?BY YOUNG LADY WITH
good knowledge of book-keeping and
some experience as stenographer, posi?
tion as stenographer or assistant book?
keeper. Address "E. T. C," care of
WANTED, OFFICE WORK OF ANY
kind Immediately by young lady anxi?
ous for work; reference. Address M. O.,
care this office.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY. A
position as teacher ln some county
school; can give reference; would like
to hear from some superintendent as
soon as possible. Address TEACHER,
care of this office.
ARTIFICIAL PALMS. 45C. EACH.
TOMPKNS', Sole Agent.
A TRUE BRAIN AND NERVE FOOD.
KOLA CELERY AND PEPSIN CEL
Pep-Ko Is tho only true brain and
norve food ever discovered. Cel-Pep
Ko cures nervous exhaustion by feed?
ing tho brain and nenve centres with
cerebrln. thus supplying new energy
and vitality for the wholo system. Cel
Pep-K-o will strengthen your heart. In?
crease your flow of language, Improve
your n'erve and brain power, sharpen
tip your business ability and energy,
mental or physical work for lawyers,
preachers, lecturers, singers, students
and business men. Cel-Pep-Ko will
euro nervous headache, despondency
and the blues In flvo minutes. At your
first opportunity try a glass of Cel
Pep-Ko at any cata or send for a sam?
ple bottlo to any drug store or the Hy
gela M'f g. Co.. AUGUST ARNDT, Dis?
tributing .Agent, Richmond, Va.
BOARPINfl AND EIVERY STABLES,
WANTED, MY PATRONS TO KNOW I
have leased the premises known as tho
"Temple Boarding Stables," and am
having my new Madison Stables, on
Madison Street, also former Templo
Stables, Jefferson and Broad Streets,
enlarged. I shall conduct a first-class
livery business, boarding favorite horses
and storage of vehicles a sneclal feat?
ure, giving my personal attention to all
and having the best of .help. B. D. KAY,
Proprietor. Old 'phones 1453 and 70S.
WANTED. BY A LADY, BOARD IN
firlvate family, where she will be treated
Iko ono of the family; board must be
reasonable; reference?? given. Address
HURRY, care this office.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL. RENT,
exchange or have a bicycle repaired call
on JOE BICKERSTAFF. There Is only
one JOE and only one atore?1S03 E.
WHO SELLS THE BEST PIANOS IN
Richmond? Why, FERGUSSON BROS.,
815 East Broad, of course.
LARGE JARS OF GOOD MIXED MUS~
tard for 5 cents: good Lard, 9 1-2 ?Tents
per pound; large cane of Boston Baked
Beans for 5 cents, at GEO. L
HAYNBS', U8 North Eighteenth St.
WAGONS, NEW AND SECOND-HAND
2 Carts 1 English Cart, 1 new Truck;
second-hand dairy Wagons. Phaetons.
Buggies and Surreys. RICHARDSON
BROS.. 013 Brook Avenue.
?J4.1G0.66 WILL PURCHASE STOCK IN
Incorporated company; tho said stock
carries and controls a permanent posi?
tion paying ?100 per month. Address
"CONFIDENTIAL'' this office.
BEST QUALITY TABLE PEACHES, 3
cans for 25 cents; 3 3 pound cans of
corn, 26 cents; New Packed Salmon,
9 cents; 3 cans for 23 cents; Largo
cans Good Luck Baking Powder, 8
cents; small cans, 4 cents. Special and
prompt attention given to country or?
ders. GEO. L. HAYNES, 118 North
SPECIALS-POLKA ROLLS, WELL
filled Cream Puffs, Snpw Balls, Jelly
Rolls, filled with the finest currant Jel?
ly. 'Phone In your order, "will bo
Johnny on thb spot." E. PERKINSON,
Baker. 421 N. Sixth Street.
CELPEP-KO, THE WORLD'S BEST
nerve tonic, can now be had at any
drug store, a six-ounce sample bottle,
free of charge; ask your druggist for
it. Kola Celery aad Pepsin is the only
tonic for catarrh, colic, colds, dyspep?
sia, indigestion and other diseases. Try
It, It will make you strong, healthy and
happy. The Hygela M'f'g Co., AUGUST
ARNDT, Distributing Agent.
WANTED, TO EXCHANGE A LOT OF
extra fancy bred PIGEONS for a
Beagle HOUND. Address HOUND,
care Engine Company. No. 8, city.
FOR RENT?WARM, ROOMY ??'???'
with wngon-house attached; possession
February 6th. Apply to No. 804 East
FOR RENT-FIRST Fl?>OR FLAT IN
now houso on Church Hill; desirable
location. Address "1C," euro Carrier 11,
Station B,_ /
ONE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM FOR
rent, with heat and light. Appy 009 N.
Tenth Street,' city.
FOR RENT-TUB) ELEGANT OFFICES
Just vacated by the Passenger and
Power Co. at 1114 E. Main Streot. Apply
FOR RENT?STORE-11 O U S E AND
WARE-ROOM; good location, on South?
ern Railway, for general merchandise
and large hay nnil gru In business, Mrs.
JAMES B. LEWIS, Mitchell's, Va.
BICYCLES?TOMPKINS' - REPAIRING.
FOR BALE-IS HORSE-POWER QASO
Hne Engine. Good as new. Only used
six months. CLARENCE COSBY, 324
FOR SALE-ONE ENGLISH DOC- CART,
ln flrst-clnas order. Appi ? SWEENY'S
AMERICAN STABLES, 9'South Eighth.
FOR SALE?PLANING MILL AND BOX
FACTORY, controlling tobacco box,
hogshead and lumber business of Bed?
ford; also complete SAW-MILL: *a fine
(established business. E. D. GREGORY,
Bedford City, Va.
FOR SALE CHEAP-TWO 2-HORSB
TRUCKS, as good as new; also new 1
horse TRUCK and grocery WAGONS;
B. C. BRISTOW. 10 S. Fifteenth Street.
FOR SALE-200 DOZEN FRESH COUN
try Eggs. GEO. L. HAYNES, 118 N.
FOR SALE?A PROSPEROUS MANU
facturlng nnd mercantile business; ln
1 crease in 1902, 331-3 per cent, over any
previous years and growing steadily;
ten thousand dollars cash capital re?
quired; books open to Inspection; satis?
factory reasons for selling. Address
MELVILLE DANIELS, Room 17, Times
$525 BtrrS COMPLETE MACHINERY
for steam Orlst Mill, with cut oft nnd
shingle saws; nearly new; can bn seen
at work. F. MARSHALL. Gorrlonsville.
FOR SALE-ONE STANDING DESK,
one Revolving Stool, three office Chairs,
one Letter Press; new and second-hand
Safes, all sizes; prices and terms to
suit customer. R. L. BARNES SAFE
? & LOCK CO.. No. 1431 E. Main Street.
FOR SALE?PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY:
best location on Broad Street: one of
the best paying studios In tho city;
splendid chance for party seeking a big
? pavlne investment. Call or address
MELVILLE DANIELS. Room 17, Times
SURVEYOR'S TRANSIT FOR SALE
very cheap. See It at I. GODDARD'S,
728 E. Main Street.
FOR SALE-2 1-LB. CANS OF BEEF
for ffi ctnLs; large cans Ham, Xeni
and Beef Loaf, S cents each, at GEO.
L. HAYNES', IIS North Eighteenth
DOLLS, 1 CENT TO $15. TOMPKINS'.
JUST ARRIVED, A FRESH LOT OF
Pecans. They go while they last at COc.
a pound at KAEMPF'S.
FIFTY ROOMS TO BE FILLED WITH
boarders and roomers. Old 'phone 2655.
Office open day and night.
YOU WILL NEVER WEAR A READY
made shirt after having one made to
order at BISHOP'S, the Shirt Builder,
702 E. Main._
LOST-A FIREMAN'S DUCK COAT. No!
3S2, size 46, going to Arc. Box 131. Finder
will please return to BROAD-STREET
LOST-A CARRIAGE RUG ON FRANK
lln Street between Bclvldere and Sixth
Streets. Finder will be rewarded If left
at 518 West Franklin Street.
LOST-BETWEEN SEVENTH AND
Broad Streets and the fire on Tuesday
night, or In Capitol grounds, red leather
POCKETBOOK, containing two $5 bills
and memornduni book. Flvo dollars re?
ward; owner can Identify, Leave at
Times-Dispatch office and receive re?
STRAYED OR STOLEN?FROM MY
residence at Hill Monument, a white
setter PUPPY, with lemon marks
around eye, lemon ticked over face and
lemon spot at baso of tail. Reward will
be paid If returned or information lead?
ing to his recovery to J. D. BLAIR, 1329
' E. Cary Street.
LINEN MARKERS, IOC. TOMPKINS'.
KAEMPF'S CANDIES ARE ALWAYS
fresh. Have you ever tried them?
2 POUNDS OF GINGER SNAPS, OR
Soda Crackers for 9c; 7 pounds of Old
Virginia Buckwheat for 25c. GEO. L.
HAYNES, 118 North Eighteenth St.
OUR PRIDE FLOUR, REST ON THE
markot. Wo guarantee '?"? 25 cents nor
bag at GEO. L. HAYNES?, m North
A FINE SELECTION OF LADIES"
Desks, imitation and solid mahogany,
bird's eye, curly birch and coldon oak.
Prices on these, as on everything we
sell, as low as good, honest goods can
bo sold for. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY.
ACTING AND PHYSICAL CULTURE
NO, 627 EAST BROAD.
THE MOST COMPLETE
IN THE STATE
IN CONNECTION WITH THE
THE PUBLIC ARE
THE ONLY HOUSE IN RICHMOND
that rents all kinds of costumes for
masquerade balls. J. ROSS JONES &
BRO.. ?02 East Broad.
WHAT'FIRM IS SELLING SO MANY
Planos and Organs that they are com?
pelled to move Into their large throe
story building (No. 11 West Broad! In
order to . have enough room 7 Why,
FERGUSSON BROS., who aro now at
? 815 East Broad._I
WANTED; HOUSEKEEPERS TO KNOW
they, can get Fresh Homo-mado Rolls as
cold as a red hot stove: Cakes, Pies,
etc.. at ATKINSON'S, 327 Brook Ave?
nue. Old 'phono 2619.
BICYCLES, $5.00 EACH. TOMPKINS'.
SALTED PECANS AT KAEMPF'S.
DAVIS' FOR PHOTOS AND PORTRAITS
GOOD WOOD AT $4.50 PER CORD AT
H. S. URBAN'S. Old 'phone 1320.
WHERE IS THE BIG HALF-PRICE
sale of Pianos and Organs now go'ajig
on? At FERGUSSON BROS.'. 815 East
TELEPHONE MANCHESTER PAPERY
TWINE CO. If you havo any old papers,
gorlodlcals or books of any kind. They
COSTUMES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
for masquerade balls and entertain?
ments. J. ROSS JONES ?& BRO., 902
BEST CCiU.vrRY WATER-GROUND
Meal, 20 cents per peck. 12 1-2 pounds
to pock. GEO. L. HAYNES, 118 North
DAVIS' FOR BROOCHES AND CHARMS.
5,000 TOYS, 1C. EACH. AT TOMPKINS'.
TOILET PAPER. ?C. ROLL TOMP
GOOD MIXED CANDIES, 3 POUNDS
for 25 cents. GEO. L HAYNES, 118
North Eighteenth Street.
DAVIS' GALLERIES, 817 AND 222 E.
REDUCED PRICES ON WATCH RE
pairlng; Main SPr|nir. $1: Cleaning. H.
A. SCHEER, Jeweler. 1555 E. Mala
Street, opposite Old Markot.
TIRES, $1.26 EACH. TOMPKINS.
SALTED PECANS, SALTED ALMONDS
at Kn/ompf's, EOc. a pound.
?.60 PING-PONG SETS ?5C. AT TOMP
OLD FASHIONED MOLASSES TAFFY
nt KAEMPF'S. /
MASQUERADE COSTUMES OF EVERY
description at J. ROSS JONES &
BROS.', 920 East Broad.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT ALL
our repairing of watches, clocks and
Jewelry'Ist fully guaranteed. SMITH
?Ss WEBSTER, 828 E. Main Street.
IF YOU WISH TO LOOK INTO PAST,
present or future consult Mrs. JACK?
SON, lSftS East Marshall Street. Prices:
25c. to tt! strictly confidential.
3 PLUGS OF OLD PEACH, GRAPE,
Plum. Sweet Briar and Reynolds'
Sun-Cured Tobacco, for 25 cents. GEO.
L HAYNES & CO., 118 N. Eighteenth
EARLY" JUNE SIFTED PEAS, 9 CENTS
per can; Best Irish Potatoes, 20 cents
per pock; three cans of Thistle Brand
Corn for 25 cents. GEO. L. HAYNES.
118 North Eighteenth Street.
A NEW STORE WITH AN ENTIRE
new stock ot Pianos and Organs, but an
old reliable Arm, FERGUSSON BROS.
Grand opening at 11 West Broad next
HOW MRS. DUNN DONE DUNN. SHE
furnished her house with furnlBhings
from Rlnfimonel's house furnlshjng
house, JONES BROS. ?St CO., 1408 East
Main, and got the best and cheapest
house furnishings in tho city.
WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that the livery business at No. 11 North
Eighth Street has removed to No. 15
North Eighteenth Street JAS.
M'DONOUGH & CO.
LARGE JARS OF CHOW-CHOW. SOME
thing good. 10 cents ; quart Jars of Sweet
Mixed Pickles for 10 cents; First-class
Mixed Pickles, 50 cents per gallon; largo'
Sour Pickles, 20 cents por gallon. GEO.
L HAY'NBS & CO., US North Eight?
WANTED THE LADIES OF RICH
mond to know that I have removed from
Sixth Street and am now ready for bus?
iness In my now store. 21G North Third
Street, where I Bhall bo pleased to re?
ceive my old patrons. I .bav% still a few
handsome Hats left from my closing
sale. Mrs. M. A. WORTHAM.
WrANTED?TO SUPPLY YOU WITH
hlgh-olass Portraits of every descrip?
tion. We make life-size work in Cray?
on and Pastel that cannot be equaled
for the monoy. Call to seo us. THE
CARBON STUDIO. No. 107 E. Broad
PLUMBING AND TINNING.
C. H. COSBY, 423 BROAD STREET, YOU
caa have your plumbing and tinning
dono promptly and stove repaired. Ola
POULTRY, BIRDS, ETC.
INCUBATORS, BROODERS. BONE
Cuttors, Roup Curo and everything
Boutrymen need; catalogue free. FANC?
IERS' SUPPLY' CO.. 517 and 519 West
THE SOUTH'S ??,E"E-T SJPPUER
^HE & TIMES-DISPATCH
JUST PHONE DANIELS
(OLD 'PHONE 38)
HE WILL CALL FOR YOUR WANT ADS. NO TROUBLE
SPARED AND EVERY EFFORT USED TO
FURTHER YOUR INTERESTS
REED FURNITURE, BABY CAR?
rlages and Go-Carts mado, repaired and
cleanod to look like new: Rubber Tire?
Sut on. OLD DOMINION WILLOW ?
A.TTAN WORKS, 400 N. Seventh
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ROOMS TO LET.
WANTED, OCCUPANTS FOR LARGE,
bright, newly papered ROOM; also stor?
age room. Apply 224 S. Third Streot.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND
Silverware at wholesale prices*. Call at
J. YVEINSTEIN.S, l?Ol E. Main Street,
THIS DAY THE FIRM OF JENNINGS
Ar URBAN havo dissolved partnership
by mutimi consent. H. S, URBAN will
continue the business and assumes all
responsibilities. Jan. 31, 1003. Old
'phono (Jennings & "Urban) 1320. R. T.
JENNINGS, H. S. URBAN.
DON'T WEAR RUBBER SHOES. CAUS
Ing tho feet to swoat; have your shoes
wholesoled with rubber soles for $1;
will keep off rheumatism and save doc?
tors' bills. Our rubber solca are sewed
on; no nails or pegs. 'Phone 2667.
DREW'S ELECTRIC-POWER SHOE
FACTORY, 71S E. Main.
WANTED, EVERY MAN THAT In?
tends to wear a Negligee Shirt this
spring and summer to see our line o?
foreign and domestic Shirtings. BISHOP,
the Shirt Builder, 702 E, Main.
FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE!
room ? apply to Richardson &?* Chap
pell. No. 501 West Main Street (Bolvl
C C. LEVY, NO. 544 BROOK AVENUE,
makes Mattresses. Cushions and Slip
Covers to order. Bell 'phone 1038.
WATCHES, CLOCKS REPAIRED.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repaired at very lowest prices. J.
WEINSTEIN, ISO! E. Main Street:
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. ..
THOSE LITTLE HATCHETS FOR YOUR
"Hatchet Party" at KAEMPF'S; Geo,
Washington's BirthJay._ ?
FRESH CANDIES EVERY HOUR A_
WANTED-AN ODD-FELLOW AND HT$
Wife (a Rebecca) wishes to borrow JK) foi
three months; security, their furniture,
Address ODD-FELLOW, care this office.
ARE YOU GOING TO THE MASQUE,
rade? J. ROSS JONES ? BRO.. 902 East
Broad, will furnish any kind costume.
CALL UP MANCHESTER PAPER.
Twine Co.; new 'phone 1171; they -will
buy your old boote and papers of ever*?
kind. ... . ,,
WHY BURN OLD BOOKS AND HA
pers? Tho MANCHESTER PAPETR.
TWINE CO. buy them. New 'phone
OLD HOMESTEAD VINEGAR, FULL?
qyart bottle, 10c; fine old Virginia
country Shoulders, old Virginia Sor?
ghum. GEO. L. HAYNES, US North
WANTED, TO SELL CHEAP FOR
cash, Uve hundred (600) shares La Flo?
rencia Gold and Copper Mining Co.'a
stock; non'e betten Address "QUICK,"
P. O. Box 691.
WANTED, TO BUY THREE GOOD
brood SOWS; sows already served pre?
preferred. AddToss S, T., P. O. Box 869,
city. . p ;
WANTED, TO SELL AT ONCE, FARM
of e90 acres: also Farm ot 145 acres, .with
well established country store, 30 miles
?west of Richmond. Bargains for quick
purchasers. J. H. MAXEY, Jefferson
P. O., Powhatan county, Va.
WANTED. TABLE BOARDERS, ?3 PER
week; best meal In the city for the
price;.quick service; 315 East Cary.
WE ARE AT THE SAME PLACE, SBR
vants for Richmond hornet for women
and men ln Northern cities vuid States.
Apply SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCE
OFFICE, 211 N. Sixth Street.
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WANTED?PUPILS PREPARED FOH
stage (dramatlo or vaudeville), singing
and dancing, oratory, elocution and phy?
sical culture; stammering and stutter*
lng positively and permanently cured.
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF VOICE AND
PHYSICAL CULTURE, 627 East Broad
(privato theatro ln connection).
TOO LATE TO OI^ASSI-Y.
WHERE IS FERGUSSON BROS.' NEW"
storo? Why the big three-story build?
lng at 11 West Broad. When does tfia
grand opening take place? Next Tues?
day, February 10th.
Cenerai Order Issued Making
GENERAL WOOD TOMANILA
It Is Presumed That Ha Will Shortly
be Given Supreme Command In
the Island Possessions of
(By Associated Prose,)
WASHINGTON, Fobruary 4.?A general
order dated January 27th, making a nutri
ber of highly Important military assign?
ments was Issued at tho War Depart?
ment. Undor this ordor tho following
changes will occur;
Major-Gonernl Arthur MacArthur Is as?
signed to conu: and the Department of?
California, to rollwe Mujoi--_cnornl Ro?
bort P. Hughos, who will bo rctlrod
Major-General John 0. Bates will re
llevo Major-General MncArtluir of the
command of the Department of the
?Lukes,? April 1st.
BrlgadlerrGeneral Jnmes F. Wado will
relieve Major-General Davis of the dlvt
v. I .
slon of the Philippines, on or before
April 1st. On being relieved, Major-Gcn
eral Daivls will be retired. Tho aides of
General Hughes and General Davis will
join their regiments.
Brlgadier-Genornl Leonard Wood will
proceed to Manila to command tho De?
partment of Mindanao.
Brigadier-General George M. Randall
will be relieved of the command of tho
Department of Columbia by April 1st,
and report to the?, commanding general,
division of the Philippines.
Brlgndler-Gonernl Funston will be as?
sistant to tho Dopni'tmont of the Colum?
bia, relieving General Randall, not later
than April 1st.
Brigadier-General Frank Baldwin will
succeed General Funston In command of
tho Department of the Colorado.
Mnjor-Gcnornl John C. Bates, In addi?
tion to the Department of tho Lakes, will
for tlio present command the Department
of tho Missouri.
As soon afler the arrival of General
Randall In tir. Philippines as practicable,
Brigudlor-Gotieral Sunnier will ho re
llorcd and proceed to Omaha, Neb,, to
command tho department of tho Missouri.
Brlgadier-Genornl N. Carter will be re?
lieved to report to tho commander of the
division of tho Philippines.
Brlgndler-Gonerol Wndo will be pro?
moted to tho grado of Major-Gonoral on
tlie retlremont of Major-General Hughos
In April next. Ho will rollovo General
Davis of command of tho division of tho
Philippines In July, Inasmuch ns ho has
already been In duty on the Philippines
beyond the two years' detail, it Is un?
derstood in army olroles that ho will ex?
orcise command of tho forces la tho
Philippines for ? few months only, and
will then be succeeded In that duty by
JACKSON, MISS.?Mitnroo McClerge
to-duy resigned the olflco of Attorney
General of this Stato, and W-illiam Wil?
liams wan appointed to 1111 the unoxplred
A Movement Is On Foot to
Establish a Refuge of That
Kind in This City. '
A home for wayfarers and wanderers
is a thing being contemplated by the
Protestant Episcopal Missionary Society
Kor some timo past it has been the
desire of tho society to open euch a.
place where the transients may of a night
find some place to sleep and where tlie
religious Influence may be brought ef?
fectively to bear. Plans are now being
matured and will uhortly be put Into
operation, Tho start will probably be
made on a small seule, but the work Is
a most Interesting one, and promises to
dovojop nlong broad lines.
It Is llkoly that rooms will very short?
ly be opened and furnished for tho pur?
pose of the scheme. All sorts and con?
ditions of men will bo roeolved?those
uithout n homo, thoso Just out of prison,
thoso Just from nowliero, and so on?will
be received and given holp.
In connection with this matter, and
other plans by tho Boelety, a mass-mcot
lng of all tho Episcopal congregation?
ot tho city will bo hold Sunday evening
next at St. Paul's Church, Tho gather?
ing Is designed to arouse Interest In tht
work of the aoolety, and to got Its alms
and objects cluarly he foro tbo peoplo.
Bishop Robert A. Gibson, president of
tho society, will preside at this mooting.
Addresses on the present work of the
society and Its purpose for the future will
bu delivered by the Rev, .W< E, Evans,
D. D? rector of Monumental, and the
Rev. John Moncure, D. D., city mission?
ary. Dr. Moncure has been associated
with the society for the past eighteen
months and ho will give some account of
ITEMS OF INTEREST
IN POLICE CIRCLES
Andrew Cousins, a negro boy, was ar?
rested yesterday aftornoon by Detective
Wren on a warrant charging him with
having stolon a watch and chain from
a Mrs. Walker. Tho Jewelry has been
Emanuel Hays was arrested yesterday
afternoon for assaulting and beating bis
wife, Salile Hays. Ho will ho tried this
Through the article which was printed
In The Tlmos-Dlsputuh yosterdny morn?
ing tho Identity of the owner of tho Mex?
ican mustang that acted so badly on
North Ninth Stroot Monday afternoon,
smashing a couplo of wagons, was dis?
covered yesterday. He le Mr. L F.
Fleming, a Broad Street photographer.
No cftae was mudo against Mr. Flem?
ing as ho showed to tho satisfaction ot
tho officers that the horse had been
tied and hnd broken tho rlon upon be?
ing frightened by ? street car.
MCCARTHY IS TO
MEET THIS EVENING
McCarthy Council will hold an Import?
ant meeting to-??????? at 8 o'clock in Lee
Camp Hull. Regent Bowman urges a full
attendance of members, as matters of In?
terest to every member Will comu before
In addition to Important business twelve
or fifteen candidates-will bo inltiatoU.
IN SOUTH AMERICA
Richmond Lady Gives a Thou?
sand Dollars to a Bra?
The Rev. and Mrs. S. R. Gammon, of
the Presbyterian Mission In Brazil, who
havo been spending some days In Rich?
mond, havo loft for Boelford City and
Mr. Gammon gives a most Interesting
account of the work In the South Amer?
ican country. 33o says that, begun in
18li?, after thirty-four years of, pntlont
wiirk, tho Prosbyterlan Church thoro now
has 10,000 communicants. There are
thirty American missionaries from tho
Southern Presbyterian Church?fourteen
In the? North and sixteen in the South.
It Is hnpod to educate a nativo ministry,
and so equip the church there that, ho
foro many years, tho work will no lon?
ger bo foreign missions, but tha work
of an educated und zealous Christian
Church In Its own land. Ho hopos to
Ilvo to sec that day.
Very much Interest Is felt In the Chris?
tian educational work ut Campinas and
Liiavriin, ns prosmitod by Mr. Oanimiin,
A lady of tho First Church, of this city,
has given $1,000 to this work, and It Is
hoped to secure tho additional amount
needed to purtdumo tinti improve school
property nt Savras and to carry on
schuld work ut C?mplaos, now belonging
to lho Presbyterian Church.
Home for Incurables.
The regular meeting of the Junior Aux?
iliary of tlio Homo for Inourables will
bo held at 12;30' P. M, at No. 018 West
Franklin Streot. A full attendance ls
THE MORMON CHURCH
(By Associated Pros*,)
NEW YORK, February 4.?A deputy
sheriff reported to Justice Herrick to-day
that William Hooper Young, whosa trial
for the murdor of Mrs, Annlo Pulltzor
was sot for to-day, was too 111 to leave
When District Attorney Joromo heard
this he had the .prisoner examined by
a physician, who stated that Young was
ablo to npoar. Ho was very nervous', tho
doctor salii, whloh was natural under tho
Judge n?ri-lek decided that tho trial
must procoed and ordered tho warden to
bring the prisoner Into tho court. Young
was half led nnd huit dragged into the
court-room, Ills face ashen white, his
hair and board long and unkempt luid his
oyes rolling, Ho collapsed when placed In
a chair, nml then struggling up made un
nttompt to speak, saying: "I'm not crazy
Counsel for the prisoner asked the few
tnlosmon If thoy had any prejudice
against tho Mormon Church, but desisted
whon District Attorney Jerome salii;
"Thoro Is nothing in this caso against
the Mormon Church; wo Uou't mako any
Virginians Among Officers,
(Spoulul to The TIui???-''?si>uU'1i.)
BOSTON, MASS., February 4.-At the
annual meeting this morning of the Na?
tional Shoo Wholesalers' Association, W.
11, Miles, of Rlahmoud, Va., was elected
a member of tlio transportation commit?
tee, J. W. Craddoek, of Lynchburg, wus
elected ohulnuau of tho rubber com?
HARLAN DID NOT
WIN THE MONEY
He Sends a Telegram to the
ney of Norfolk.
In another Richmond paper the story
was recently ?published that Otis Harlan,
of the Bijou Musical Comedy Company,
had won $5,000 playing roulette la Nor?
Fearing that ho might bo summ6Tied to
Norfolk as a witness, Mr. Harlan yes?
terday sent tho following telegram:
Richmond, Va., February 3, 1903,
John G. Tllton, Commonwealth's Attor?
ney, Norfolk, Va. :
Newspaper story absolutely untrue and
unauthorized. OTIS HARLAN.
(Established 1869, Incorporated 130_>
Fifteenth and Broad and
Fifteenth and Grace.
Manufacturers ot Engines, Bollori, Saw?
Mills, Agricultural Iron Works. Fire Ea<
capes, Grills, Fencing, Pulleys, Gearing,
Shafting, Verandas, and Balconies,
Bratt and Iron Casting a Specialty
Repairing promptly attended to,