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THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT ADS.
TNAT BRINQ QREATEST RESULTS.
HELP WANTED?MAM5* 14 r <pri I
.WANTED. AT ONOE. TWO FIHST*
elaftfi job snd tabular eomposltor..
QUEEN CITY FR1NTING CO., Char
^ lotte, N. G, ?_.
iWaNTBD, TRAVEL1NG SALESMA.N TO
8011 Blue Flamo 011 8tove_ to de"*?'
In VlrglnU and North Carolina. *Ad
drtBs, hy lettor, flving- roferenoe.i B.
F. O, S? care thlai office._ ;' ?
iWANTED. A YOUNO. MAN .TO RON
coppor-plnto presa and ttaalst in Jot> or
flee or stock room: "teady JobT.Ute.
wngoB expected. QUBBN CITY FftlNTt ,
ING CO., Charlotte, N. O s
(VVANTED, A COMPETENT MAN.
elther presflman or (ransfercr; rnu.tpe
nober and Induatrloue; one who naft-haa
oxperlenco on foldln*-box work, both
from stone nnd alumlnum; goodpoJh
tl.n 'and wages to right man. Aadretw
iPo.tofflce Rox 265, New Haven, Conn.
.wanted.'^ien with rig to 1ntr<>
duca Monarch Poultry Mlxture: $20
weekly and expenses; ye&r's contract;
Weekly pay. Address. with stamp,
l MONARCII MFG. CO., Box 1340, Sprlng
neid, in. " .:.
tr ;:?",.-, .J..., t a ? ' a.cM
SITUATION WANTED?MALE. "
IWANTED, SITUATION BY MAN WHO
Is experiftticed as locomotlve nreman.
Address/W. N. SALE, 1525 Bedford Ave?
nue, Lynchburg. Va. /
iWANTED, BY A MAN WITH BXPERI
ence, a Bltuatlon aa butoher; Is a flne
cutter and can glve good reference. Ad?
dress w. N. SALE, 1625 Bedford Avenue,
O-IRST-CLASS BTBNOGRAPHER AND
offloe man wantB posltlon; aevoral yeara
experlence and best reference furnlsh?
ed. AddroBB R? Care thls office.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN OF BX
porlence,' who ls an all-round offlc#
man, dealres to securo a sitiutton ln
Richmond. Addresa W. 6. COPELAND.
caro thls office. __________
POSITION AS COLLECTOR, _ TtME
keeper or clerk, or could .urnlsh soyerai
j hundred dollars end Joln othfer party In
buslness; good clty reference or caah
deposlt. Address Mr. D., care FRY &
THOMAS. 1410 E, Maln._
WANTED, BY YOUNO MAN. POSITION
to learn to dres. wlndows with somo
dry good? house; best refereneea, eto.;
amall salary to ?tart- Address WIN
DOW, Room. 17, thla offlee,_
.WANTED. BY A' YOUNG MAN, A POSI
tlon ln an office of a wholesale flrm:
can glvo reference from promlnent
wholesaie men ln city: have been ? with
present employer nearly one yoar. as
book-keepor. Addresa WHOLE9ALE,
care thls office. .. _____J_________
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN OFBX.
perleaico and hlghly recoromendea, a
posltlon with a doslrable flrm as book
keeper, ahlpnlng clerk, or general i of?
flco work; some oollectlng. wouid not
be objectlonable. Has been with pres?
ent employer one yenr". Double -entrv
booka preferred. Address "DOUBLE
ENTRY," care thlB office. _^
? HELP WANTED?FEMALE
WANTED, LADIES. ALSO MEN. TO
copy letters at home: good pay; Btrlctlv
Kenulno. Address EXCELSIOR MANU
FACTURING CO., B, Clevel.tnd. O.
WANTED. A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN
eral houso1 workcJS per month: no.laun
dry; reference ..requlred. ...Apply,. 4907
Floyd Avenue.* feiioi ________________
SvANTED, WHITE WOMAN, WITH
reference. to eook, wash and Iron for
famlly of four; good wnges, permanent
home: suburbs of Richmond. Address
HENRY, care of Rnral Dellvery No. S,
WANTED. A GOOD WHITE WOMAN
to eook and clean and take entlro chargo
of house for famlly of three adults
(wldow preferred); must havo flrBt-cIass
Teferencc; good wages and splendld
home for the right porson. Address
"COOK." oare thla offloe,_
WANTED, POSITION TO HELP IN
famlly; wllllng to mako myself usoful.
asslst Ih house work, aewing, etc Ad?
dresa G. DANIEL, oare this office. ?
WANTED, BY A LADY OF SEVERAL
years' experlence, a posltlon in hotel as
housekeeper, or ln llnen-room, atore-'
Toom or pantry. Address A. B. C, Care
A LADY WITH SEVERAL YEARS' EX
perlence In hotel as houBokeepor and
llnen-room wlsh a posltlon In a hotel
as housekeeper or ln a llnen-room; can
kIvo the vory best refereneea; no ob
jeetlon to leavlng the clty or State. Ad?
dress Miss L, X. H.. care thls office.
A LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES
a posltlon' as companlon, or to. teach
nmall chlldren English and Myslo. Mlsa
T. X. ADAMS, care Carrier No. 1, Pe?
tersburg, Va. _;
Vanted, by a cultured lady,
who wrltes a good hand, office work a
part of day, or wouid do work at homo:
could address envelopes or any light
work. Addresa B. C? care thl3 office.
.WANTED, OFFICE WORK OF ANY
klnd Immedlately by young lady anxl
ous for work; reference. Address M. O.,
care thls office.
1 FOVRTH WEEK.
BY USIH& THE TIM\WDlSPf}TZH Wf/AlT tOLU^MfZ
THE -EEOS OF JUCOMi fllB &tt*ILH -*0*W.
M. M. STRAUS,
717 W. Grace Street, Clty.
Six prlzes wlll be awarded each
week for the best drawlng sub
mitted, lllitstratlng that it paya ad
vertlaers to use The Tlmes-DIspatch
want columns. The six prlzes wlll
awarded in the followlng order, vlz.:
Flrst prize, $2; second, thlrd, fourth,
flfth and elxth prizes, $1 eioh.
ALL DRAWINGS MUST BE ORIG
7NAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH
BLACK INK ON WHITE PAPER
OR CRDBOARD, AND SHOULD BE
FIVB TO SEVEN ' INCHES IN
W1DTH. Namo and address must
be wrltten platnly ON BACK OB?
DRAWTNG. Do not aend lettera, but
lneloae Btamp if you wlsh dxawlng
returned. Do not fold, but roll, when
maltlrig. Address all drawings to
"Cartoon Contest,?, Room No. 17,
All drawings must reach The
Tlmes-Dlspatch offlce not iatar than
12 P, M. each Saturday, In order to
be counted In tho week's contest.
Every reador ls eordlally lnvltod to
take part ln thls hlghly Instrucrive
WANTED, A POSITION AS MATRON,.
bousekeoper or companlon for lady;
best reforence furnished. Address n\ .
A. M.,-thls offlce. /^_
WANTED. BY AN ELDERLY AND
eapable lady, a posltion to care for a
glrl or boy, Or to tako caro of an inva
lld, havlng had some years" experienco
ln both; willing to work and does not
object leavlng the Clty. Addresa S. C,
care ot Woman's Chrlstlan Aasoclatlon.
WANTED. BY A LADY-OF' REFINE
ment and wlth much experlohce'-ln hotel,
a posltion ln hotel or as companlon to
lady; does not object to leavlng thls
State or travollng; best referencea glven.
Address Miss BELLE, care thls offlce.
WANTED, A POSITION AS STENO
graphor, caahier or asslstant hook-keep
er by a young lady who has had years
of experlence In offlce work. Address
M. L., caro thls offlce.
WANTED, OFFICE WORK OF ANY
kind immediately by young lady anxlous
for work; good raference. Address
YOUNG LADY, care thls offlce.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION IN
hotel na housekeeper or clerk; best ref?
erencea. Address M. G., Room 17, Tlmes
Dlspatoh. ? .
WANTED, AT ONCE, BY A LADY OF
four years' experlencOi a posltion ln
hotel as housekeeper or ln llnen-room
or pantry; no objoctlons to leavlng this
State. Address X. Y. Z., caro thls of?
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION IN
office; ii experiencod in flllng, copylng
and all klnds ot offlco work. Address
N., care thla offlce.
WANTED, A POSITION AS CASHIER,
entry clerk or offlce work by bright, lrr
telllgent lady of experienco (referenco
Mr. W. S. Copeland, Room 10, Timea
Bulldlng). Address "CASHIER/' care
WANTED. BY A REFINED AND CUL
tured lady. a placo ln hotel llnon-room
or as houBekeeper, havlng experienco
ln sewlng, and can be useful generally
in elther house or hotel. Address A. B.,
care thls offlce. _
A FIRST-CLASS LADY STENOGRA
pher deslres a posltion; have had nearly
seven years' experlence, and am also a?
3ualnted with general offlce work. Ad
ress EXPERIENCB. caro thls offlce.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALEy I
WANTED. BY A ' WHITE GIRL,_f
years old, a posltion as nurse or oham
bermaid. Please address Miss BESSIE
SOWERS, Methodist OrphanagO, Rich?
mond, Va. _
WANTED, FOUR OF FIVE ROOMS
(unfurnlshed), centrally located, or flvo
or 6-room HOUSE. Address T., 221, this
WANTED, TWO OR THREE PLEAS
i ant furnished ROOMS, with board, in a
seleot locallty and wlth a prlvate fam?
lly; satiafactory referencea furnished.
Address X., caro thls offlce.
FOR SALE, ~
WANTED, TO SELL A GOOD TOP
Buggy; also good Sewing Machina
Wagon, S. LYTHGOE. 722 West Broad
WANTED. TO SELL 2* 2-HORSE
Trucks, 1 second-hand, Richmond made
Phaeton, seoond-hand grocery wagon.
Como quick for bargains. B. C. BRIS
TOW, No. 19 South FIfteenth Street
54,000 WILL BUY PLANING MILL AND
SAW-MILL, controlllng box, hogshead
and lumber business of Important town
and county; prollt $2,500 yearly; 111
health reason for selllng. Address, by
letter, E. D. G.. Room 17 Times-DIs
?? FOR RENT.
FOR RENT?HOTBL BEL ' AIrT SEA'
son of 1903. One of the most successful
aummor reaorts In Vlrglnla: well fur?
nished. Address YODER & SPESSARD,
New Castle. Va._
house can accommodate two gentlemen,
also table boarders; good board at mod?
erate terms; S15 E. Cary.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR TWO DE
lightful connectlng front rooms, sec?
ond floor; also special rates for table
boarders; 209 Eaat Franklln Street .
TWO GOOD MULES FOB GOOD BRED*
MARBS; also Blcyele and Gasollne
Stove for sale. Address Mrs. A. DILTS,
WANTED, TO BUY COMMON I'IGEONS,
Apply?T. 8, MUNDY, C. & O. Ry? Nlnth
WANi_0, TO ,BORROW $500 FOR
twelvo months on A No. 1 eecurlty: lib
erai Intorest flftid. ^ddross "LOAN,"
oare thls. offlco.
WANTED, TO RENT A 8TORB BE
tween Brook Avenue and Second Stroet!
elther sldo. Addross CAP1TOL, care
WANTBD. TO BUY, AT ONCE, .00 8EC
ond-hand Foldtng Chalr.. Address
_ OHAIRB,; care'thia offlco,
WANTED, TO RENT A COUNTRY
BTORB; must be locatod near rallroad
and In thlekly ?dttled oountry. Addre.s
A. C. B., Jackaon, va,
WANTED. IF ANYBODY HAS FOR
*ale a glrl's rlg, gontle hors? and run
about ln good oondltlon, pleaao notlfy
MRS, PRUB, caro thls offlee,
WANTED, TEAM8 FOR HAULINO
lumber. We Wlll pay 14 per day for _ood
four mule or horae teama; atoady work
for balanco of tho year for 3 or 4 teamei
wlll pay by the thouaand lf party pre
fers. Addresa POTTS & KIDDER, Bar
i namsvllle,. New Kent county, Va.
?" ? i ..- i. ....
I_tM_TED QUANTITY OF STOCK IN
large Motor Carriage Company; order.
toooKod far aheddi atock guaranteed to
pay 10 per cent, Wrlte for dotalls. W,
M. OSTRANDBR, North Amerlcan
_t SMALL AMOUNT OF MONEY WILL '
eontroi tho State of Virglnia on a paten
tee artlclo whlch will show pronts Of
$16,000 to $25,000 per yoar; one of the
most wonderful lnventfona ever patented:
buslness thoroughly legltlmate: wlll
bear the atrlctest Investlgation. lf you
mean bueiness wrlte to C. J. COU
CHOIS,, care Loxlngton Hotel.
WANTED. '. PARTNER, WITH AT
j leaat $.,000, ln wholesaie buslness; blg
proflta; good fleld, Whlle experlence io
not neaeseary, a thorough buslness man
to take actlvo Interest Is preferred. Ad?
dresa GOOD BUSINESS, care thls Of,
flce._: _ ?
$160,000 PREFERRED STOCK IN COM
pany promotlns Colorado Canon Entor
prises; property embraces 8S0 A? near
Colo. Sprlngat toonua ln common sto.k!
large income from admlsslons; trans
portation, photo prlvlleges, etc; 12 por
cent. Investment. W. M. OSTRANDER,
North Amerlcan Bulldlng, Phlladelphia.
WANTED, SILENT PARTNER WITH
$2,500 cash- for good payins* buslness;
references exchanged. Only those mean
ing buslness address "SILENT PART?
NER," care thls ofTlco.
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT & WATER
Works, BUpplying deslrable rosldence
asctlon of Denver, Colo.; Income $13,000
annually: llberal franchlses, including
gas rlghts. W. M. OSTRANDER, North
Amerlcan Bulldlng, Phlla, -
FOR SALE-AN OLD ESTA3LISHED.
good paying buslness (wholesalo and
retall); average cash sales $90 per day;
best locatlon ln clty. $7,500 buya it. MEL?
VILLE DANIELS, Room 17, Tlmes
$15,000 WANTED FOR ONE-THIRD INT.
and to push bus. of woll known N. Y.
Cancer Curo Co.; successfully used for
20 yrs. W. M. OSTRANDER. North
Amerlcan Bulldlng, Phlladelphia.
A TRUE BRAIN AND NERVE FOOD!
KOLA CELERY AND PEPSIN CEL
Pop-Ko ls tho only true braln and
nerva food ever dlscovered. Cel-Pep
Ko cures nervous exhaustlon by feed
Ing the braln and nervo centres with
cerebrin,' thus suDplylng new energy
and vltallty for the whole aystem. Cet
Pep-Ko wlll strengthen your heart, In?
creaso your flow of languago, lmprovo
your nterve and braln power. sharpen
up your buslness abllity and energy,
mental or physical work for lawyers,
preachers. lecturers, slngers, studqnts
and buslncss men.. Cel-Pep-Ko wlll
cure nervous headache. despondency
and the blues ln five minutes. At your
flrst opportunity try a glafis of Col
Pep-Ko at any cafe or send for a sam?
ple bottle to any drug storo or the Hy
gela M'f g. Co.. AUGUST ARNDT, Dls
trlbutlng Agent. Richmond. Va,
SHOE PARLORS. *.
DON'T WEAR RUBBER SHOES, CAUS
Ing tho feet to sweat; have your shoos
wholesoled with rubber soles for $1;
wlll koep off rheumatism and aave doc
tors' bllls. Our rubber soles are sewod
on; no nalls or pegs. ? 'Phone 2667.
DREW'S ELECTRIC-POWER SHOF
FACTORY, 716 E. Maln.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS. '
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL.RENT,'
exchange or havo a blcycle rcoalred call
on JOE BICKERSTAFF. There ls only
one JOE and only one atore?1803 B
CEL-PEP-KO; THE WORLD'S BEST
nerve" toVilc, can now be had at any
drug store, a slx-ounce sample bottle,
free of charge; ask your drugglst for
lt. Kola Colery and Pepsln is the only
.tonlo for catarrh, collc, colds, dyspep
ala, Indlgestlon and other dlseasns. Try
lt, lt wlll make you atrohg. healthy and
happy. The Hygeia M'f g Co., AUGUST
ARNDT, Dlstributlng Agent.
WAKE UP IN TIME.?SCHEER'8
ALARM CLOCKB. tho best mado, for
II; guaranteed for ono yoar. A.
SCHEER, Jowclor, No. 1665 East Maln
Street, orposlto Old Market,
FOR SALE BARGAINS,
WANTED, EVBRYBODY TO BUY OUR
Vapor Bath Cablnets and get tho bone
ilts of Hot Springs st .home. Prlce $G.
OWENS A MINOR DRUG COMPANY.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTT
FOR BALLS AND PART1BB.
CALL BELL 'PHONE 2142,
J. ROSS JONES & BRO?_
NO. 903 B. BROAD. STREET.
WE HAVE A COMPLETB LINB, Of
Costumes for MasqUerade Balls, oto. J,
ROSS JONES & BRO.,. 902 E. Broad
Stroot Bell 'phone 2142. ^_^
WHY NOT BOARD AT THB FRANK?
LIN HOUSB, adjotning, the Capltol,
where you can get breakfaat promptly
from 6 to 8. ,and a room alone for $3.50
per woek; othor large rooms $4, thls ln
eludos. board and llghts: permanont or
translent Offlco alwaya opon. 'Phone
2666. - - - " - ?_
FRBSh'cANDIEB EVERY HOUR_A_
KAEMPF'S. 110 N. Nlnth Btreet Have
you ever trled thorn7_
KAEMPF'S CANDIE& BBLL~'PHON_
634. _ _
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repalred and warranted. A. SCHEER,
Jsweler, No, 1655 East .Maln Street, op
poslto Old Market. , ._
MEN'S STHTS AND OVERCOATS.
BOYS* SUTTS AND OVERCOAT8
EXACTLY % PRICB
6SC. BUYS $1.60 MONARCH SHIRT
OR A $1.60 ECLIPSE SHIRT.
26C. BUYS A 60C. SHIRT. ,
$1. $1.60. $2 HATS FOR 75C.
SALES CLOSBS ?_?__ ? Hn_
MARCH 2, 1903.
SAM'L B. DUGGINS,
2 WEST BROAD ST.
- LADIES! COLUMN.
iHo'-MB-MAD E< CARAMELS at
THB GIRLS ARB PRETTY, THE, GIRLS
aro sweet, but they liko the dollolous
phosphatos of overy flavov at "THE
FOUNTAIN," 906 East Maln. _.
6C. AND 10C. BUYS POPULAR STAND
ard 50c. and 76o. Shoet Muslo at FER?
GUSSON BROS.', 11 West. Broad.
DAVIS' FOR PHOTOS AND PORTRAITS
FHOTOGRi- ;S OF RICHMOND FOLK
WATCH THE WINDOWS OF THB
ELITE STUDIO, No. 207 East Broad
Stroet, for the'new dlaplay of Photo
graphs thls week. Richmond people are
THE CARBON STUDIO, NO. "107 EAST
Broad Stroet, has no lntorest or con
nectlon wlth any other, photograph bus?
iness ln Richmond, except at thls num?
ber. Here always can bo found every
thing up-to-dato and flrst-olass ln tho
portralt line. _ . .' ..
YOU REMBM3BR THOSE HOT ROLLQ
mother used to mako: well ATKINSON
makes the same klnd at No. 327 Brook
Avenue: Old 'Phone, No. 2619.
600 SOLID GOLD. PLAIN AND SET
RINGS from .$1.25 up. ,Gold fllled
Watches from $8.50 up. A. SCHEER.
No. 1555 East Maln Street, opposita Old
PAX COMFORTER NO. 2 LBADS; CUR
lng Coughwhen others fall; eyery bottle
warranted. Found at A. BODEKER
BROTHERS, 800 Wost Marshall and 2303
East Maln. ________
DAVIS' FOR BROOCHES AND CHARMS.
STRONG HOREHOUND DROPS. GOOD
for a oold. at KAEMPF'S.
DAVlB' 1 GALLBRIES, 817 AND 222 B.
Broad.'??? ' ?? ? ? ?? _
'Phone2676, M. G. COPBLAND CO., 10S
Nlnth Street: COSTUMES MADE TO
ORDER FOR BOTH PROFESSIONAL
and AMATEURS at shortn otlce. COS?
TUMES for RENT or SALB.
WIGS. FALSB FACES, GREASE
PAINTS and THBATRICAD SUPPLIES.
Call to Seo us.
movfcd from all parts; no charge.
BICKERSTAFF. Now 'pltotie 1240,
WANTED?PUP1LS PREPARED FOR
Btflgo (dramatlc or vaudevllic). Slnglna
and Danclng, Oratory. Elocutlon and
Phyaleal Culture; Btammerlnsr and Stut
terlng positively and permanentlv cured,
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF VOICI3 AND
PHYSICAL CULTURE, 027 Eaat Broad.
(Prlvato theatre ln connoctlon.)
DANIELS' MBTHOD OF DEEP
breathing and Phyaleal Culture
Btrengthcns the lungs, glves action
to the hoart and Is naturo's greatest
blood purlfler. and norvo tonlo. Tho
requislte of a long llfo lo deep breath?
ing. and a etralght bnck. Every pu
plf attendlng DANIELS' Large School
has INCREASBD THEM CHEST
EXPANSION FROM 8 TO 6 3-4 IN?
CHES. -anformAtton nnd reference fur?
nlshed on npplicatlon. No. 627 East
SCOTCH KISSEBi HAVE YOU. TRIED
thom? KAEMPF'S, 110 N. Ninth Stroet.
FERGUSSON BROS. (11 WEST BROAD)
are selllng all lato popular standard 60o.
nnd 760. Shoet Muslo at 6c. and 10c'
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT ALL
our repairlng of watohes, clocks and
Jpwelry ls fully guaranteed. SMITH
& WEB8TER, 626 E. Maln Street
IF YOU WISH TO LOOK INTO PAST.
preaent or futtire consult Mra. JACK?
SON, 1S03 East Marshall Streot. Prices:
25c to $1; strlatly confldontlal.
WANTED, CLARA, KATIB AND ALL
the rest of the glrls to. tell tholr best
fellows to buy our old fashlonod Itallan
Crearn Chocolates: best ln tho clty.
MARCHETTI BROS., two storea, 906 B.
Maln and 617 E. Broad. >
DE SPAIN'S FURNITURE COMPOUND
makes furnlturo, plato giass and plated
motale look llko new. The Cable Co.
use it on their flnost pianos: the Home
SeWIng Machino use it on thelr best
machlnoB. For salo by J. H. BUSBY,
00 East, Broad and 1403 Bast Maln.
;SEWING MACHINES< 3 ,"
SPECIAL SALE FOR TEN DAYS. WE
have a few maohlnes sllghtly soratched;
lf you want a bargaln, call at once.
NEW HOME OFFICE. Nlnth and
WATCHES, CLOCKS REPAIRED.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELKY
repalred at vory Iowest pricea. J.
WEfNSTEIN, 1301 E. Maln Street
EGGS j FOR HAT.OHING, INCUBATORS.
Poultfy Foods, - Louse Powder and
Roup,CurQr., .FANCIERS' SUPPLY CO.,
NoS.j 617-5lV'WeBt Broad Street. .
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
wo have Cabs for hlro, day and nlght.
JAM.ES M'DONOUGH, No. 15 n North
Elghteenth Street, 'phono Nos. ~\ and
WHO TUNED YOUR PIANO? WHY,
FERGUSSON BROS.. 11 West Broad,
of eourae." They guaranteo thelr work.
BNTERTAINMENTS FURNISHED FOR
beneflts of churches, lodges. socletlea,
etc. b7 tho DANIELS ENTERTAIN
MBNT BUREAU. ProfeBalonal or Am
ateur"tfilent >N6. 637 Eaat'Bvoad St.
DON"I'THROW YOUR OLD PAPER_
o.way. I buy thcmi also rngs, metals,
bottles, etc. D. H. HEY, 733 Flnat Cary,
AFTER THE WEDDINO CEREMON^
the processlon forms, marches to JONE8.
BROS. & CO. (1408 East Maln), tho Up<
to-dato from collnr to attlo house furt
ntshers. und solccts from best and largesl
stock ln clty nt lowest prlcos.
7(iC. HALF SOLINO MEN'S SHOESj
ladles', 60c.; overy palr sewcd; no nalls,
no pegfl. DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FACTORY, 716 E. Main. 'Phons
2007; froe dellvery. Cut thls advortlso
ment out, Is good for 10c.
WANTED, 600 BOYS AND MEN TO
koep thelr best girls or wives ln good
humor by feedlng thom on our best?tho
old fashloned Italian Cream Chocolntes;
only nt MARCHETTI BROS.' ST.ORBS,
000 East Maln and 617 East Broad.
WE ARE AT THE SAMB PLACE. SER
vnnts for RIohmond homes for women
and men In Northern cltles and StateB.
Apply SOUTHERN rNTELLiaENCKI
.elCffi, 211 N. Sixth Stroet
. VAUDBVILLB STAGE
627 EAST BROAD.
THB MOST COMPLETB SCHOOBV
. IN THB SOUTH._
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?noedod froo of charge, or lf the upperg
hreak through before the flrst sole
wears out, wlll glvo you a newpair.,
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BHOE FACTORY, No. 716 East Maln St.
, Pbyslcal Culture, *
Deep Breathlng, ...
Richmond, 2, 20, *03. r
Mr. Molvillo Danlels: .
Dear Slr,?When I commenced rayi'..
coursa with you In Dramatio Art, whloh'.'
lncludes your method of deep breathing
and phyaical culture, my chest expanslpn
was but two (2) Inchea. I practlced my
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welght and str.ength. I cneerfully recom
mend your methods, as they are all you
clalm for them and much more.
Yours truly, - _ .-'
CASPBR WBNDLINGBR, i 3
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF ACTING ANH
. Physloal Culturo,-627 East Broad.
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$4.50 and $5.75: oak wood, $6. Bowe anor
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TO THE MEN
The Mollenhaur Chlld at the
The great theatre meetlnga for men,
under the ausplces of the Young Men'p
Chrlstlan ABsoolatlon, are now on for
weeks to come. Blg meetlngs end strong
upenkers wlll be the order of tho day, '
To-morrow afternoon ln the Academy
of Muslo there wlll bo a great meeting.
Mr. Charles N. Crlttenton, of New YONc
clty. a man of powerful Influence among
men and with a message that goea
itralght to the hearts of men, wlll agaln
ba the speaker. Hls theme wJil be "Lost
\i\ a Crowd." The chlld vlollnlst. W. V,
T. Mollenhaur, a boy of four yeara and
nlne months pf age, and whose playlng
ls the marvel of all who hear jjim, wlll
rendor two sccred solos, Hls exeoullon
ls slmply wonderful, and wouid do credlt
to xna-ny professlonaj viollnists of mature
yeara. At tha concert glveii at the Y.'M,
C, A. Hall Thursday nlght he provod hlm*
aelf a young mastej- of dils great lnstru
nient. Hls. exocution aud expression cpm
pletely won the hearts of hls audltor?,
Iho mi^ of Rlohmond wlll have a rare
pvlvllege to-morrow as they lleton to thjs
llttle rnaii'ter and the masterful and sym
patbetlc words of Charles N. CrJUenton,
ihe merchapt prlnce of New York, who.
devotes his entlro tlme and income to
dolng good amonf men. ?.
Pr, .George Cooper- wl)l> preaoh in. thb
.morning at the Flret Baptist Church ,bn
"Joy Whloh ia TransformediSorrow.", fe
\t_? evenlnu hls aubject wlll b* "lej.om
Seventeen to Thlrty-the Turning Point
at Last" '
Dr. J. B. Hawthorne wlll preach morn?
lng and nlght at the Grove-Avenue Bap?
The ususJ aervlcea wlll bo held morn?
lng and nlght at the Second Baptlst
Church by Dr. W. R. U Smlth, and at
Grace-Street by Dr. G, L. Gardner.
Tbe Rev, M. Aahby Jones wlll preach
bi the mornlng at Lolgh-Street on "Reiigion
a Personal Revelation." At nlght hls sub?
ject wlll be 'Tho Slgnlflcance of the Chrls?
The Rev, Georso H. Spooner wlll preach
mornlng and nl?ht at Trtntty Methodist
The Rev. S. O. Hatcher. pastor of the
Marbet-Street Churoh ln Petoraburg, wlll
preach at both servlces at tho Broad
Street Methodist Churoh,
The Rev, L. B. Betty wlll preach in tha
mornlng at Clay-Street on "Slttlng nt the
Feet of Josus." Hls subjoct at nlght will
be "Splrltual Confesslon."
Tlio Rev. B. IL Melton wlll preach
mornlng and nlght at the Marshall-Street
The Rev, ftenry. Pearoe Atklns wlll
preach in the mornlng at West-End on
"The Words of Josus." At the nlght ser>
vlce ftijs Bubject will be "Agrippa, Before
The Rev, Carey E. Morgan wlll conduct
tbo uaual servlces at1 tbe Seventh-Street
Cbristian Church. Hls subject at nlght
wilt-.bo "Tbo Thlrd of Paul's Four Wlsh
Dr. R. P. Korr wlll preach at both
servlces ftt tbe Flrst Presbyteilan Church.
Regular servlcos wlll be held at Grace
Street by Dr. Jere Witberspoon, and at
tbe.. Church of tlio Covenant* by Pr. J.
Cr, W. B. Evans wiii preach- **? upual
*t Monuinwila). Tbe aftornoon servlce
wlll. be held ?t 6 o'clook, Instead ,ot, 4, .as
beretofore. Holy communion will be dis'?
pensed every Sunday morning during Lent
at 8 o'clock.
The Rev. J. J. Gravatt wlll preach
morning and nlght at the Church of the
GROVE-AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
(Grove Avenue and Beeoh Street)?Rev. J.
B, HAWTHORNE, D. D., pastor.?Prtawh
Ing by the pastor at 11 A. M. and 8 P.
M. Sunday school at 9:30 A. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.-WOR
shlp at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. The pastor
Dr. COOPER. will preach. Morning aub?
ject. "Joy Whlch Ia Transformed Sor
row": nlght, "From Saventeen to Thlrty?
The Turnlng Point at Last" Bible school
at 8:80 A. M. A cordial welcome glven
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (COR-.
ner Slxth and Malny Streets).?Preaching
by the pn.stor, Rev. W. R. L. SMITH, D.
D., at 11 A. M. and 6 P. M. Bible scnool
Bt 9:30 A. M.
GRACB-STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(corner Grace and Foushea Streets)?Rev.
CHARLES S. GARDINBR, D. D,, pas?
tor.?Preaching by the pastor at 11 A. M.
and 8 P. M, Sunday school at '9:30 A. M.
Prnyor meeting Wednesday at 8 P. M. ?.
LEIGH- STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(corner Twenty-flfth and Lelgh Strfceus,
on Broad-Street line Tractlon Street rall
wny)-M, ASHBY JONES, pastor.
Preaching at 11 A, M. and 8 P. M. by the
pastor, Morning subjeot, "Rellglon a
Personal Revelatlon": evenlng eubject,
"The Signlncance of.tha Chrlstlan Jnvlta
t'oh." Leeture every Wednesday ovening
by tho pastor on "The Llre of Chrlst"*
' BROAD.STREET M, E. CHUROH
(corner of Broad and Tenth Streets)?
Rey. W. B, BEAUCHAMP, D. D., pas
tor.?Servlcea sunday at 11 A. M. and 8
P. M. by Rev. S. C. HATCHER, pastor of
Market-Street M. E. Church, Petersburg,
Va. Sunday school at 9:30 A. M. Mld
weok aervjce Wednesday evenlng at 8
o'clook. Epworth Leaguo FrJday evenlng
at 8 o'cloclc. A cordial invltatlon to all.
OLAY-HTOEET M. E. CHURCH (COR.
ner Adams and Clay StreetsX-Ray, L. B.
BETTY, pastor.?Preaching Sunduy U A.
M? subJecl. "Sitting at the . Foet of
Jesus": 8 P. M., "Scrlptural Confesslon."
TRlrflTY W. E. CHURCH (CORNER
Twentleth and Broad Street?)-Rey. GEO.
Sul U- and,8 P. M. Speclal nylt&t)on
to jtratiaw-s. Myrnljuy ?uWect,-':Ths Ver
&T' ":: ? . CHRISTKAN.
CHURCH (corner of Seventh and Grace
Streets),?Servlces Sunday at 11 A, M, and
8 P. M? oonduoted by the pastor, Rev.
CAREY B. MORGAN. Evenlng subject,
"The Thlrd of Paul'a Four Wlsbos."
Sunday aphool meets at 9:80 A. M. Chrls?
tlan Endeavor Soclety meets in leoturo
room at 7:30 P, M. Seats free and a cor
dlal weleOme extended to all, especlally
atrangers and those who have no church
h?MARSHALL-S T R E E T CHRISTIAN
CHUROH (Marshall between Graham and
Hanoook)-Rev. B. H. MELTON, pastor.
Preaching Sunday at 11 A. M. and?8. P.
M. Sunday school at 9:30 A. M. ChrjBtlan
Endeavor Soclety at 7 P. M. Mld-week
prayer-meetlng Wednesday at 8 P. M.
\VEST-END CHRISTIAN CHURCH
(Morris between Main Street and Fioyd
Avenue)'.-Preaching to-morrow by tho
pastor. Rev. HENRY PEARCEATKINS
at 11 A. M., subject. "The Worda of
Jesus," and at 8 P. M? subject. "Agrlppa
Before - Paul." Sunday sohool at 9:30
o'olock. Chrlstlan Endeavor at 7:15 P.
M. Soats free. A cordlol welcome awnlts
all, ? !
FIRST PRESBYTER1AN CHUROH
ffirae'S and Madlson Streots).?Servides
bv the Rev. ROBERT P. KBRR. D. D?
pastor, at li A. M- and S P. All ave wel
CBECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rigidar servlces by tlie pastor, Dr.
nwhtT. at 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT-REV.
J CALVIN STEWART, D, D? pastor?
n'lvinfl servlces lo-morrow at 11 A. M.
and 8PM Sunday school at 9:80 A. M.
Devotional seFvlce Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Fiankflu Str"ct; 'phono (Boll). No. 1694.
SeVvlce"verv Suniiay at 11 o'clock A. M.
and 8 o'clock P. M. Sunday sohool ser?
vlce at 9:30 A. M.. and Wednenday nlght
servlce at 8 o'clock
THB M O N U M E N T A L OHUROH
(Broad Street. below Twelfth)-Rov. W.
E. EVANS D. D.. rector.?.Servlces Sun?
day mornlng at 11 o'olock and afternoon
serviuo at 5 Instead of i o'olock ag here
tofore. Holy communioii every Sunday
nim-nln- durliwr 'Lent at 8 o dock.
.CHUROH OF THK HOLY TRINITY
(North Laure] Street. opposlte Monroti
F_rk)~Rov J? .1- ^BAyAjT, vfc:tor.-Ser
vlo^a Sundavs at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Bun1ayUancl?oo,l at 9:30 A. M. All persons
?rTH?rWRC? 0$ THE HOLY COM
FORTER. (Grove Avenue, corner Roland
Btraetl-ReV. JOHN H, DICKlNSON,
Wcri-lervlcea Sunday ri A. JM, and 4:30
P. M. Sunday school 9:80 o'clock. Visitora
cordially welcome. Seats free.
. . LUTHERAN.
FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN (SBV
enth between Broad and Qrace).?Proa-ch
ing Sunday at. 11 A. M. ,ajid_ 8 P, M, Sun?
day school at 9:30 A! M. Wednesday ser?
vlces at 8 P. M.. .-??.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. __7
FIRST CHURCH OF GHRIST, SCI
ENTIST.?Servlces Sunday at 11:15 A. M.
Subjeot of sermon, "Man." "Wednesday
evenlng meeting at 8:30. No. 1201 Grove
Avenue. All flre lnvited. '_
AT NEW JERUSALEM OHAPEL (1320
W. Broad Street) Rov. J. B. SPIERS w 11
preach. Subject at 11 A. M.. "Tho Lord's
Prayar": at 4 P. M., "Bible Intarpreta
tlon." All welcome. -?,?
MORMONISM. _, ?__,?_, .
"MORMONISM-ON WHAT FOUNDA
tlon Does lt Stand?" wlll bo the aubject
of a leeture at corner Twenty-flfth and
Clay Streets Sunday nlght at 8 o'clock
by Eld. R- E. HOTTBL. of Shonandoah
county. Seats are freo, __ _
MILLENNIAL DAWN, ._._
MR. STAPLES' WILL FlLIi HIS
pulplt at Marshall Hall, Twenty-flfth and
Broad Streets. Sunday at 8 P. M. Subjoct
of sermon, "Chrlstlanity and Its Begln
ning." - ______________
NEW PENITENTIARY BOARD
Governor Makes Appolntments Upder
Governor Montague yesterday tsent to
tho Senato a communlcatlon, apnounc
ing tlio appolntmenta, subject to conflr
matlon by the Sonate, of Mossrs. XV, D.
Chesterman, M. E. Marcuso, Robort L.
Wlnston, T. H. Ellett and W. B. Brad.
le*'- ' .. ,
All of thoso geutlemen are residents
of Richmond, except Mr, Bradley, whoso
home is In Manchester.
In accordonce with the now Constltu?
tlon, these members will serve torms
of ono, two, three, four and five years
ln tlio ordor lu whlch thelr naniua aro
The now Constltutlon lncreases the slze
of tho board from threo to flvo mem?
bers. Mossrs. . Chesterman und Mar
cu?e aro lncumbents. Mr. Joseph Bry?
an. the thlrd member, asked the Gover?
nor to rellevo hlm from further servlce.
The new board wlll have the appolnt
ment of surgoon to ' tho penltentlar.v,
while heretoforo thls offloer has been
named hy tho Governor. Pr. Charles
V, Carrlngton. who ha_ been aurgeon
for several years, wlll probably be re
appolnted, Ho waa appolnted by Gov?
ernor Tyler upon the deabh of Dr. Bon
Jamln Harrt&on, and appolnted by Gover?
nor Montague. He has made a splon'
dld record, and tho suocess of the
movement for a new cell bulldlng and
lmproved sanltatlon is largely due to hls
energetlo efforts, '
DR. LE CATO IMPROVED
Accomac Senator Gels Ovatlon from
Sonator George XV. Le Cato was glven
qt>Ite Ati, ovatton when ho walked ln nnd
took hls old seat In tho Sonato yester?
day, aftor an absonco of many weeks on
aocount of slckness. The Aooomao states
man was in good apirits, and lookoil a
great deal botter than when he left horo
somo tlmo ago. Ho was accompanl'ed
by Mrs. La Cato, who occupled u sent
"I havo been down amld tho moun
talns of North Carolina enjoying fresh
alr nnd pure water," sald Dr, Lo Cato to
a Tlmes-Dlspatch man, "and I ?ael great
ly boneflted for having gono. My health
ls a great denl bottor, and I hope and
feel now that t wlll be able to reniain
hero and look aftor my offlcial dutles."
Dr. Lo Cato held qulto a natterlng re
coptlon at hls dosk, und hls colleagues
crowi'lod nround hlm and as.ured lilni of
thelr joy at the Iniprovod conditlon of
Mr, Holloway III.
The frlonds of Mr. H. XV, Holloway
,wlll bo norry to learn that he ls cou
fmed to hla homo, No. 800 Euat Grace
Street, threateno. with pueuraonlu. He
is belng att.nded by Dr. Goorgo Bou
ABUNPANT HEALTH is twsured when
there ls good blood ln tho veins. Hood'u
Sarsaparllla ls the medicine to make good
blood. Begln taking It now. It ls Just
what.the tystem needa at thls tlme and
wili^V) you great good. Sharpens the ap
petlv?**, stcudle. the uervea.
THE SPAN1SH WAR
A Command of Well Knowr
Young Men Has Been
Thore was organlzed last nlght a coav
mand of Spanlsh War. veterans, to b?.
known as Confederate Capltol Commond^
composod of ex-niembera of the Second,
Thlrd and Fourth Rogiments, Virginla,
Volunteors, V. S. A., who wero from thla
clty. ? ' 4
Tho ofllcers elected wera as followa:
Captaln. C. G. Bossieux, Company Wi
Second Virginla. U. S. V.i Flrst Lleu
touant, Wm. Russoil, captaln Company
B, Second Virginla U. S. V.; Second
Lleutor.ant, O. B. Gelbech, flrst sergeant
Company M. Sooond Virglnia Volun?
teers: Adjutant . W, E. Thompson, hcc
ond lleutenant Company M, Thlrd Vir
glnia Voluntcers; Ohaplnln, V. S. Hard
wticke, Captaln Company M, Thlrd Vlr*
glula Volunteorsi Qtiartermaster, G. N,
SUIpwlth, flrst lleutenant Company I.
Second Virginla Volunteors; Sergeant pt
Guard. J. C, Bosher, prlvate company
i. Hcoond Virginla Volunteera; Trustee*, ,
Captaln G. P. Shackelford and LJeuten
nnt G. N. Sklpwlth, Company O, Second
Among those present were Lleutenaatu
Mathews, Novel and Stock, 8ergeant#
K'lndovator, Glll and many others.
NEW (1UARD CHOSEN
M. E. Longan Takes lho Place of tM
Lats 'Squlre Jones.
At the meeting of the Commlttee on
Pollco yesterday afternoon, Mr. M. U.
Longan was elected to fill the place ol
guard of the chain-gang, made vaoa?t
by the death of 'Squlre Frank P Jones.
Pay-rol) waa approvad *nd reporta fro?
the pound-master and the guard of t-4
chain-ranf wore repoir<i4i