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THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT ADS.
THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS.
(WANTED. ? SALESLADY AT MRS.
JULIUS BEAR'S, 1423'East Main Street.
WANTED, ? REFINED YOUNO
(white) WOMAN, not undor 26, a? nurse
for Infanti references required. Ad?
dress Mrs. WE 8LOANB, South Nor?
WANTED, A GOOD GENE?UL SER
VANT to tro north Immediately. Apply
1000 West Avenue between hours of 12
and 3 P. M. Thursday or Friday.
[WANTED. GOOD, STRONO WHITE
WOMAN, keep store room and do gen?
eral work; must be willing worker. At>?
ply .LEXINGTON HOTEL._
WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NECK
woar from samplo; experience not neces
unrvi steady work; good pay. Send self
nddressed stamped envelope. IDEAL
MEG. CO., 60S ??-est 133d St., Now York.
.WANTED. AT ONCE, POSITION BY
an experienced lady stenographer, with
good references. Address Miss J?, care
?/ADY OP EXPERIENCE JDESIRES
position during summer months or by
fall; teacher of English,' Ma'.hematics,
Fronch, Calisthenics, Piano, Banjo, Gui?
tar and Fancy Work. Address CABLE,
WANTED, A POSITION AS ASSISTANT
housekeeper, companion or to take
charge of children. Terms moderate.
Address with references. MISS R., 711
Hast Franklin Street, Richmond, Va.
? ' ' ' ...
.WANTED, A BRIGHT BOY. 14 OR 15
years old, to run elevator. R. T. PEM
BERTON & CO., 300 East Broad Street.
WANTED, MARRIED MAN TO_TAKE
charge of farm. Apply F.
STABLES, 0 South Eighth.
ohaTge of farm. Apply BWEENY'S
WANTED, YOUNG- MAN TO ASSIST
. book-keeper and do stenographic work;
salary 135 or %V) per month. Address EX
F. G., care this office.
WANTED, HAND DRILLERS,~SLEDO
ern and Block Makers. Apply DELA?
WARE GRANITE ? MINING COM?
PANY, Wilmington, Del.
> , .
WANTKD-HAIIN?SS MAKERS ?' steady
employment for competent men.
118 Hanover St., " Baltimore, Md.
(COLORED LABORERS WANTED FOR
excavation on B. &? O, contract at ICey
eer, W. Va.; wages. $1.40 per day and
work all summer. Apply at once to W.
A. BILLER. Keyer. W. Va._
WANTED. A YOUNG MAN AS MAIL
clerk; must have good habita and be
well raised; position will pay.moderate
salary at start, tut vwill admit of pro?
motion and increaso, according to abil?
ity ai\d application Qf employer; give
atra and reference.' Address '"PRO?
GRESS," -care this offlco.
Wanted, by a graduate of the
University of Virginia, with many
? years' experience, a position as superin?
tendent or principal of publlo schools;
state salary paid. Address TEACHER.
care this office.
IA RECENT GRADUATE OF EASTMAN
College desires a position as book-keep?
er; would prefer-a position.in a'bank;
best references. Address W. i L. ED?
WARDS, Fergusson's Wharf, Va.
WA NT.?? BY* AN EXPERIENCED
registered Pharmacist, a position; best
of references. Address PHARMACIST,
713 Cameron Btreet, Alexandria, Va..
??*? EXPERIENCED HOTEL MAN.
with a lot of good help. Is open for sum?
mer employment. Address MANAGER,
care Hotel, Jackson Springs, N. C.
' AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED. STATE AND COUNTY
agents to sell my newly patented oombs.
Guaranteed to remove dandruff.? cure
falling hair, nervous headache and scalp
ailments;-?Kl varieties. , Everybody uses),
combs anffiSguents these. ' Men and wo?
men ngerrtsSfBitim- rich. Write quick for
terms. Sample 2S cents; money back If
you want It. PROFESSOR LONG, Box
871. Pekin, III.
?aLESMEN-SIDE LINE.' PAYS HOTEL
and cigar money every day; goods paid
for whon sold; pocket samples. Give
present line and territory. MAER GUM
CO., Memphis, Tenn. _?
FOR SALB-??? BEST HOTEL IN A
summer and winter resort; good busi?
ness all year; a. enap for party wanting?
a hotel; satisfactory reason for-selling.
MELVILLE DANI?L.S, this offlco.
?Y LAYISSIA D. RICHARDSON,
Six pri?es ?rill be ?war a ed each
week for the best drawing? sub?
mitted, Illustratine that It pays sd
vertlaere to use The Times-Dlepatch
want columns. The six prizes will
?warded In the following order, vii,:
First prize, f.; second, third, fourth,
fifth and sixth prizes, ?1 each.
ALL DRAWINGS MUST BE ORTG
INAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH
BLACK INK ON WHITE PAPER
, OR CARDBOARD, AND SHOULD BE
FIVE TO SEVEN INCHE8 .IN",
WIDTH. Name and adir?s? must
be written plainly ON BACK OF
DRAWING. Do not send lettera, but
Inclose stamp If you wish drawing
returned. Do not fold, but roll, Then
mailing. Address all drawings to
"Cartoon Contest," Room No. 17,
All drawings must reach The
Tlmes-Dlspatch office not later thin
12 P. M. each Saturday, ln order to
be counted In the week's contest
'Every ?ader is cordially Invited te
take part In this highly lnbtmorlv?
WANTED, PURCHASER FOR OFFICE
Fixtures and Awning. Apply A. B.
CLARKE & SON HARDWARE CO.,
1215 E. Main Street.
WANTEPi. TO SELL, CHEAP, THE
most complete set of House Moving
Tools. Apply to 412 North Twenty-third
FOR SALE-?AT SACRIFICE: NOS. 2
and 6 Remington, Bmlth-Preroler, Jew
ett, Oliver, Bar-Lock; taken In exchange
for Underwood's: snap for cash. RICH?
MOND TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
tlO.OOO-WANTED, PARTY AND CAPI
tal to organize an active, vigorous Joint
? stock publication company to specially
handle certain classes of rare and val?
uable Manuscripts; this .Is Indeed a
rare chance, and verily, Richmond now
offers a unique opening for such much
needed enterprise; incalculable resource
are at command. Address JOINT
STOCK CO., care this office,
WANTED, AN INFLUENTIAL?YOUNG
man to Join mo In well-ostabllshed bus?
iness; about ?900 required. Address "X..
L. Z.," cnre this office.
AN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN, WITH
some capital, wishes to purchase a part,
whole or salaried Interest In a gpod
paying business. Address FOREST, care
?1,200 BUYS LEASE, GOOD-WILL,
Stock and Fixtures of one of the nicost
Hotels In State, clearing J3.000 year;
.-great hargain; must sell, good reason.
MELVILLE DANIELS, this office.
?600?WANTED PARTY TO GUARAN
tee paymont of ?500 at ninety days with
collateral In hand: 2S per cent, bonus
Said, or would take In partner," Adv
ress SURETY, care this office.
FOR RENT. .
FOR RENT-HOTEL BEL AIR, SBA
son of 1903v One of the most sucessful
summer resorts In Virginia; well fur?
nished. Address YODER & SPESSARD.
New Castle, Va.
WANTED, TENANT, 1213 FLOYD AVB
nue; possession at once; eight rooms,
stable, iste. Apply at 911 Floyd Avenue
or 1431 East Main Street. ,. ,
FOR RENT, FURNISHED HOUSE,
near" the University, for the summer.
Delightfully situated. S. R. WHEEL?
ER, University P. O., Charlottesvllle,
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR DELIGHT
ful ROOMS; a room always for trans
lent; 201 East Franklin.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ROOMS AND
hoard can be ?ad at COS West Grace
Streot: travelers desired; half block of
Elba Station and car lines.
PRIVATE FAMILY CAN ACCOMMO
date a few BOARDERS; nice rooms,
good table, all modern convenlimces;
: moderate terms. CENTRAI. LOCATION.
care this office.
the"'PARTY WHO PICKED UP BY
mistake package containing a lady's
dress SKIRT, on west-bound car leav?
ing Chlmborazo Park at 11:10 A. M.
Tuesday, will please leave samo at Nos '
2011 East Grace.
LOST?TWO SMALL BLACK AND TAN
toy TERRIERS near Bostock'a Arena;
one a dog with red ribbon around his
nock, and the other a female, had blue
ribbon around her noclt. A most liberal
reward If returned to C D. HUTZ
LER'S, 008 East Broad Street
ROOMS POR RENT.
L?nOB WELL-FURNISHED FRONT
parlor, bath and 'phono; with or without
hoard. CENTRAL, care this office.
WANTED, WITH BOARD, OCCUPANTS
for centrally locatod rooms. Apply at
802 East Grace. _
FOR RENT, CONNECTING THIRD
etory rooms, furnished, to gentlemen.
Bath on some floor, Franklin Street
between Second and Third. Address S.
P., eare this office. _
~ "" " WANTED,
WANTED, TO BUY A FEW SHARES
of stock In Forest Lodge Association.
JOHN U WILLIAMS & BON._
WANTED, TO BUY A FEATHER BED
for cash. Address J. M. C, PIGVi Wost
WANTED TO BORROW IMO; RETURN !
In equal payments May ?, 1904??5-'0? ?
per cent Interest; can mnko party eaf?*.
Address M. J.. Hatton, Va.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY REAL KS
tAte; 409 East Broad._
DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD
book?, pamphlets, papers, oto? I buy
them. D. H. HEY, 733 East Cary.
! 6,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ten day? at So. F, L. BRAUER &
] WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE-ANIMALS
moved from all parts: no charge.
BICKERSTATF: 'Phone 2811.
WB CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE
and varied line of Watches In the city
and take pleasure In showing them.
JAHNKE BROS., Watchmaker? and
Jewelers, 812 East Main.
DTD YOU NOTICE IT7 MEN'S HALF
fole, 85c.; ladles' half-sole, 30c; heels,
IBo.i all work, guaranteed, called for
and delivered1 free. BALTIMORE
SHOE HOUSE, 1719 East Main.
DREW'S NEW WAY TO REPAIR
SHOES; a whole sole; no Joint to leak,
no nails to tear tho sock; Men's, ?1;
Ladles, 85c. 'Phone 2667. Will call and
deliver. DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FACTORY, 716 B. Main.
WRITE FOR OUR PRICE LIST OF
Oak Tanned Bolting and Raw-Hldo Lace
Leather, The only manufacturers In
the State. Repair Work neatly done.
THE VIRGINIA LEATHER CO.. Rich?
WANTED. 600 BOYS AND" MEN TO
keep their best girls or wives In, good
humor by feeding them on our best?the
old fashioned Italian Cream Chocolates;
only at MARCHETTI BROS.' STORES,
906 East Main and 617 East Broad.
THE T. C. WILLIAMS CO. HAVE BEEN
successful, havo also used our goods,
said to be In the trust now; anyway
we've Just delivered them some fine
Crystalold Signs; you won't seo .them,
they are for export, hut we will be glad
to show you a sample. C. R. CAPER
TON, Mgr., The Whltehead & Hoag Co.,
FRESH BALTED PEANUTS AT
KEAMPF'S, Ninth Street.
5,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ten days at 5c. F. L. BRAUER &
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
are sweet, but they like the delicious
phosphates of every flavor at "THE
FOUNTAIN," 908 East Main.
TRY KABMPF'S SOFT CREAM CANDY;
Just the candy for the babies.
CASH .TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ES
tato; 409 East Broad.
POULTRY FENCING AT? LOWEST
prices at 409 East Broad.
WE PRINT TO PLEASE. ,rTRY US AND ?
see. RICHMOND PRINTNG CO., 120
East Franklin Streot; 'phono 26G2.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. THE
VIRGINIA LEATHER COMPANY.
Richmond, are the only man?
ufacturers of Oak Tanned Bolting
and Raw-Hide Lace Leather in the
, Stnt?. Repair work neatly done. ,
GET A NICE EMBLEM BUTTON FOR
the Order of Eagles at SMITH & WEB?
STER'S, 626.E. Main.
BASE-BALL SEASON IS HERE. HAR
RIS HARDWARE CO.. 109 East Broad.
Just received largo stock Base-Bolls,
Bats, Masks, Gloves, etc., etc
6,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ton days at Be. F. L. BRAUER &
IF IT'S WALL PAPER YOU'RE LOOK
ing for and want tho best at satisfac?
tory prices call and see us. F. L.
BRAUER & BROTHER, 20S-210 North
FREE-GAS RANGES PUT IN FREE.
The Jewel Das Range Is the best
In tho world; largest factory In the
world; a positivo guarantee with each
range, end we defy eompetltleh and con?
tradlctlon. HARRIS HARDWARE CO.,
409 Enst Broad, Agents.
HAVE YOU TRIED KAEMPF'S EC.
DON'T DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU
tee us. F. L. BRAUER ft BROTHER.
WANTED, CLARA. KATIE rAND ALL
the rest of the girls to tell their best
fellows lo buy our old fashioned Italian
Cream Chocolates! best In the city.
MARCHETTI BROS., two stores, DOO/B.
Main and 817 E. Broad,
KILL 'EM-B,ISD BUGS, ROACHES,
Ants. Moths/ etc. Reeves' Insect Ex?
terminator does the work quickly. Pre?
pared by F. W. KOENIO, 427 North
ENCOURAGE HOME ?NDU8TR*!
Suits $15 up. Trousers IS up. RICH?
MOND TAILORING CO., Charles A.
Spence, manager, Sixth and Main,
WE DO PRINTING THAT IS PRINT
Ing. RICHMOND PRINTING CO.. 1208
East Franklin Street. 'Phone 2*103.
WANTED, YOU TO CALL 'PHONE 2*63
and we will send our representative to
see you. RICHMOND PRINTING CO.,
1208 East Franklin Street; 'phone 2683.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAQ8.
LET US MAKE YOUR AWNINGS NOW
end put them up when you are ready:
window awnings made all sises, Just
?phone 2142 and we will call and give es?
timates. J. ROSS JONES & BRO., W2
East Broad. '
SAVE MONEY AND ORDER YOUR
Awnlpgs now; remember the hot wave si
coming. 'Phone 2S76 and we will call. M.
O. COPELAND CO., 108 N. Ninth Street.
Out-of-town orders rocelve prompt at?
BABY.CARrTaQES AND GO-CARTS.
BUy' of' THE MANUFACTURERS;
prettiest and latest 1903 designs.
SOHRBMP <& TUMA. 317 North Fifth
Street. Old ones cleaned and rebleach
BOOKBINDING AND PRINTING.
MAGAZINES BOUND AND BACK NtTM
bors furnished. S. B. ADKINS & CO.
IVER JOHNSON BICYCLES, BEST
Wheel In Richmond, for the money.
Only at TOMPKINS' CYCLE STORE,
811 West Broad. ?
ETCYCL?3 AND REPAIRS^
THAT*? HIM-JO ?ICKERSTAFF, THE
expert?Ho has one store, 1803 East Main.
He sell?, buys, rents exchanges or re?
pairs anything In shape of a bicycle.
"BELTING AND LACE LEATHER.
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING AND
Rawhide Lace Leather. THE VIRGINIA
LEATHER CO..r Richmond, the only
manufacturers In the State. Repair
work neatly done.
BOARDING AND LIVERY STABLES..
FOR COMMODIOUS. DBX WARM
Stalls, send your Horses to the "Tem?
ple" and "Madison" Boarding and Sale
Btables; flirst-class attention at rea?
sonable prices; special rates for fanoy
horses. B. D. KAY. Proprietor.
SPECIALS-POLKA BOLLS, WELL
fllled Cn-am Puffs, Snow Balls, Jelly
Rolls, filled with the finest currant
.1elly. 'Phone In your order, "will be
Johnny on the snot." E. PERKINSON,
Baker, 421 N. Sixth Street.
ICE CREAM, ?? PER GALLON; PIES.
Cakes and_Pastrles In every style;
Fruits. Tobacco, etc.; 'phone 2263. WIN?
STON'S, R37 Brook Avenue.
cards. bill heads. note hbads!
etc., printed neatly and oulckly; we
never disappoint. RICHMOND PRINT?
ING CO.. 1208 East Franklin Street
75C. HALF SOLING MEN'S SHOES:
Ladles. 60c; best leather; evory nalr
restltched; no nnlls, no pegs. DREWS
ELECTRIC POWER SHOE FACTORY.
716 E. Main; 'phone 26C7. Will call and
deliver. This advertisement good ior
10c. payment half soling.
BEFORE ORDERING THAT NEW SUIT
como and see*the nice assortment ai
Sixth and Main, Suits. ?IB up; Trousers,
?S up. RICHMOND TAILORING CO.,
Chas. A. Spenoo, Manager.
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
are sweet, but they, like the delicious
phosphates of every flnv?r at "THE
FOUNTAIN," 900 East Main.
UNION HOTEL.-HOMB LIKE, COM
fortable, reasonable. _? ,
KEEP MONEY IN CIRCULATION AT
home hy using the VIRGINIA LBATH
EH CO.'S Oak Tanned Bolting and Raw
Hldo Laoo Leather of Richmond, The
only manufacturers In tho State. Satis?
FOR SALE. A FINE AB80KTMENT OF
Grocery Wagons. If you need Rubber
Tires, Runabout, call to see mo, I
can save you money. B, 0. BRISTOW,
19 South Fifteenth Street
UNION HOTEL. CATERS TO REGULAR
and transient boarders. Rates. ?1.60 and
?2 per day; lodging, 60, 76o, and ?1; meals.
60o, each. Weoltly rates. ?7 to ?9. Special
rates to parties and excursionists:
everything new; cuisine unsurpassed.
I AM NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE
line of Spring and Summer Mllllnory;
also ladles' furnishings and notions; up
to-date stylos at lowest prices. MRS.
JULIUS BEAR. 1423 E. Main Street.
PLUMBING AND TINNING.
C. ?. COSBY, 423 WEBT BROAD
Street. You can have your plumbing
and tinning don? promptly and stove
repaired. Old 'phone 2738.
PRINTING I PRINTING 11 PRINTTNGIII
RCHMOND PRINTING CO., 1208 East
FranklfiV Streot. 'Phone 268J.
OUR BUSINESS IS PRODUCINO PRINT
Ing that is a business hringer for you.
Try us nnd see. RICHMOND PRINT/NO
CO., 1208 E. Franklin Street 'Phone
RUGS AND CARPET8 CLEANED.
CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED AND
stored. THE MODEL DYEING AND
CLEANING WORKS, 412 West Broad.
UNION HOTEL?SPECIAL. MEAL RATES
to business mon. ? ...
SUITS TO ORDER.
"EVERY STITCH MADE IN RICH
mond." Nice nssortment of Suits. ?15
up. Trousers, ?5 up. RICHMOND TAI.
LORTNG CO.. Sixth and Main. Charles
A. Spenco, Manager.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY OrVBN.
RICHMOND PRINTING CO., 1208 ?.
Franklin Btreat. 'Rhone 260?,
MR. JOHN-J. WILSON, FORA?BRJ-Y
of the firm of Allen & Wilson, hatter?/
and gent's furnishing, Is now* with the :
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE, cottier Main
and Fourteenth Streets, The many friend?
of this? congenial gentleman will b?
glad to learn that he will continue hi?
home in Richmond, and that they can?
command tho same courteous treatment
In the future that thoy have ' alwaye
- .received from his hands In the past.
Mr, Wilson carries with him the beet
wishes of his old friends and natrons
and the STAR CLOTHING HOUSE
in to bo congratulated on having se?
cured his servloos.
FOR CHEAP AND DRY BTOR?G?
room apply to Richardson & Chap
pell, No. 601 West Main Street (Beivi*
. ?_ jNr __._ MoUNTATNa"1''
THE BRANDON, BASIC CITY, VX,
OPEN JUNE 1ST.
TERMS SAME AS LABT YEAR.
MTSS DODSON. 2901 V St N. W? WMfc
tngton, D. C, until June 1st
RUNABOUTS AND WAGONS.
FOR NEW AND SECOND HAND RUN?
abotits, Wagons, Phaetons, Surreys, Day-?
tons, come to soo, me. W, t?. SMITH.
No. 814 North Fifth Street.
. . -. ?
SAVE MONEY BY BUYTNO YOUR
Wood at H. S. URBAN'B. Sawed Pine,
?4.60 and ?5.60: Oak wood, ?6.76. Bow?;
and Marshall Streets. Old 'Phone 1820.'
~ ' ?'
.?.?.?. '.. II H<
STOP AT THE UNION HOTEL. RATES.
?1.60 nnd (2 per day. ???????
HANOVER STREETS AT ATKINSON'S
BAKERY. 827 Brook Avenue. 'Phone
2819. ,:.,: ' '. '
.OC GNITNIRP DNOMHCIR?, THA*
moans us. RICHMOND PRINTING
CO.; 1208 East Franklin Street; 'phon*
C, C. LEVY, NO, 644 BROOK AVENUE;
Upholsterer and Mattress maker. Old
Hair Mattress made good as new. I
pack and ship furniture; also make
Cushion and Slip ;, Covers to order.
- '??' T?r-ni
WALL PAPER. V
.I?......I? .!...'.I '....??.!.....,..-l.lMt j
TEN DOLLARS' WORTH ? OF WAL?
Paper given away absolutely- Free. ?* '
humbug. Write to-day for. partloulara,
No communication answered unies?
stamped envelope Is sent us for reply. >
. P. A. ARTHUR & CO., No. 303 East
Main Street, ? Richmond, Va.
GET RESULTS A
mSOUTHS "??TKT Sv
THE m, 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
BOHEDUIE IK EFFEOT FEB. 83, 1903,
?????? LEAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A. M,?Dally. Local tor Charlotte.
12:50 P. M.?Dally. Limited, Buffet Pull?
man to Atlanta and Birmingham, New
Orleans, Memphis, Chattanooga and all
6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Keysvllle Local.
11:05 P. M.-Dally, Limited; Pullman
ready 9:30 P. M? for all the South.
YORK RXVEB IINE.
Tho favorite route to Baltimore and
eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P.
il. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
6:00 A. M.?Except Sunday. Local mixed
for West. Point.
S:15 P. M??Local. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday for West Point.
4:30 P. M.?Except Sunday. For West
Point, connecting with steamers for Bal?
timore and river landings Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
TBA?NS ARRIVE R?OHHONB.
6:55 A. M. and 6 ?25 ?, M.?From all the
8:26 P. M,
8:40 A.M.-From Keysvllle. ; ? ? ,
?:1S A. M.-Baltlmore and West PolnL
4:50 P. M.?From West Point.
0, C. ACKEttT. 0. M. S. ?. HARDWIOK, <J, P, A.
O. W. WESTBDRV, D. P. A?. Richmond, Ve,
UT,^ & Ohio Ry.
2 Hours and 25 Minutos to Norfolk.
LEAVE) RICHMOND? EASTBOUNP.
T?45 A. W.?Week Any??Local te Newport
NeivK and.way stations.
B:00 A, M.?Oally?Llmlted?Arrives Willlsm?
imrK 9:00 A M?. Newport Nowe 10:80 A.
M.. Old Point 11:00 ?. M.. NorfolU 11:33
41:00 P. M.~ Week day??Special?Arrives Wll
llaniaburg 4:60 P, M.. Newport News ??80
I>, M., Old Point 0:00 V. M? Nosfolk
?;25 ?, M.
?:00 p. M?Pally?Local to Old Point.
10:10 ?. M?Weck day??Local to Ollfton Forge
nuil way stations.
8:00 P. M?Daily?Special to Cincinnati,
Loqlsvlllo. St, Loul? end Chicago.
6:1 ? P. M?Weak dar??Looal to Poswell.
?0:30 P. M._Dully?Limited to Olncliiautl.
Louisville. St, Louis and Chicago.
i,.? : ? JAMB RIVBR LINE.
10:20 A. M.?Dally?Express to Lynchbur?.
1 ? .r ?ll,u>n Forse and principal station?,
?:1?.?G?. .?L? WseTs days?Looal to Bremo.
'w1?*,1*8 A?HIVB RICHMOND FROM
Norfolk and Old I'otnt 10:05 A. M. dolly,
11:45 A. M. H*. Bun., and 0:80 P. M, dally
Newport News Local ? ?20 P. M. Ex. Bun.
^r0omo,f1">dll?,,,u ?.?? Ww? 8:18 A. M. dally
??,?,.3:30 P. M. dally. Main Limi Looal from
Clifton Forge 7:1B P. M. ??. BunT (Well
'Accom. 8:35 ?. ?. ??. Sua.
- ??m,'i* SlyV? ,?'h"> Local 'rom Clifton Fors?
frW ^ W. daily. BretUQ Acconv 8:40 A.v M?
&>. DOYLE, W, O. WARTHEN,
?ea'l Manigtr. put, tnu. Agt,'
ATLANTIC COAST UNE
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY
8:30 A. M. To all points South.
9:00 A. M. Petorsburg and Norfolk.
12:20 P. M. Petersburg and N. & W. West
3:00 P. M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
f4:10 P. M. Goldsboro Local.
8:68 P. M. Petersburg local.
6:68 P. M. To points South.
9:33 P. M. Petersburg and N. ?S; W. West
11:30 P. M. Petersburg local. .}
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND,
4:07 A. M., ?B:40 A. M.. 7:35 A. M., t?:4?
A. M., 11:10 A. M., 11:42 A. M? 2:00 P. M
6:60 P. M.. 7:45 P, M., 8:58 P. M. <????,; ";"?
t Exoept Sunday, t Except Monday.
O. S. CAMPBELL. Dlv. Pass. Agt.
W. J. CRAIG, Gen, Pass, Agt
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:00 A. M.. NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar
rives Norfolk, 13:20 A. M. Stona only at
Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk,
?;00 A. M? OKICAGO EXPRESS. Buffet
Parlor Car, Petersburg to Lynchburg and
Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, Bluefleld to Cincinnati: also
Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxvllle to
Chattanooga and Memphis.
12:20 P. M? ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Farmvllle, Lynohbure and Roanoke.
8:00 P. M.. OCEAN" SHORE LIMITED,
Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at
Petersburg, Waverly ahd Suffolk. Connects
with steamers to Boston. Providence, New
York, Baltimore and Washington,
6:63 P. M., for Norfolk and all etatlons
east of Peterahurg.
9:35 P. M? NEW ORLEANS SHORT
h INE. Pullman, Sleeper, Richmond to
ynchburg, t Feteraburg to Roanoko;
Lynchburg to Chattanooga, Memphis and
New Orleans, Cafe Dining Car.
Trains arrive from the West 7:83 A. M.,
2 P, M, and 8:86 P, M.; from Norfolk Uilfl
A. M? Ut43 A. M. and ?:50 P. M,
Office ?"? M? East Main Street.
W. B. BEVILI., C. ?. B08LBY,
Gen. Paas, Agent Bis. Pass. Agent
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Beginning April let, 1802,
Care leave corner Perry and ?iwnth.
Streets. Manchester.every'hour (on the
hour) from ? A, U, to 10 P. M-, last car
11:60 P. M.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Byca.
more Street, every hour from 6:30 A. M,
to 10:30 P. M.
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL
* *\**T? * EXCURSIONS.
60 CEirTS-ROUND TRIF--C0 CENT8. ,
RE ? ? Richmond, Frederick?
? ? ? ? G? burg & Potomac R. R
Trains Leave Richmond?Northward.
4:15 ?. ?., dally, Byrd Bt. Through.
6:1? A. M., daily. Main St. Through.
6:45 A. M.. daily, Main Bt. Through. AU
6:54 A. M., except Monday. Byrd Bt
Through. All Pullman Cars.
7:15 A, M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:00 A. M., Sunday only. Byrd Bt
8:40 A. M? week days. Bryd St. Through.
12:05 noon, week days. Byrd St. Through,
4:00 P. M., week days. Byrd St Fred?
5:06 P. M? dally, Main St. Through.
6:25 P. M,, week days. Elba. Ashland ac
8:05 P. M., daily. Byrd Bt. Through.
11:10 P. M? week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
Trains Arrive Richmond?Southward.
?:40 A. M., week days. Elba- Ashland ac?
8:00 A. M? dally, Byrd Bt. Through.
8:26 A. M., week days. Byrd St.. Fnd?
12:06 P. M.. week days. Byrd St. Through.
2:05 P, M.. dally, Main St. Through.
6:00 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
0:4? P. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
9:00 P, M? dally. Byrd St. Through.
11:00 P, M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
12:26 A. M., dally, Main Bt. Through.
Note?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cars
on all trains except local accommodation?,
W. D. DUKE, O. W. CTJLP, W. P. TATLOR,
Gen'l Man'r, Ass't Gen'l Man'r. Traf. Man'r
Ai? Line Railway :?
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND-DAIMT.
10:28 P. M. Seaboard Florida Limited to
2:16 P. M. Heaboard Mall to Savannah,
Jacksonville. Atlanta and Southwest.
12:83 A. M. Seaboard Express to Savan?
nah, Jacksonville, Atlanta and South?
8:10 A. M> Local for Norllna and Hamlet,
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND-DAILT,
6:40 ?. M", No. 34. from Florida.
?:?? A. M. No. 60, frpm Florida, Atlanta
4:65 P. M.. No, 66, from Florida, Atlanta
6:4S P. M., from Norllna end looal points,
* C?TY TICKET OFFICE,
?Phone 405. 1000 East Main St
THE CONFEDERATE MUSEUM
TWELFTH AND CLAX STREET*
Opens dally irom 8 A. M. to 8 p. M?
Admission, a cent* Fr?? ob Saturday?,
Office of Old Dominion Steamship Co,,
April 4, 1903.
Steamer Brandon has been? withdrawn
for annual overhaul. The steamer Rloh?
mond will supply her place, sailing April
6th, 8th and 10th, carrying freight and
second -class passengers only.
The Berkeley will sail April 7th, 9th
and 11th, oarrylng freight and first and
second-class passengers, as usual,
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent.
Night Lin? fw Norfolk
Leave Richmond dally at 7 P, M., stop?
ping at Newport News In both direction?.
Daily except Sunday by C. and O. Rail?
way, 8:00 A. M., 4 P. M...,9 A. M. and 3
P. M. by N, and W. Railway; all line?
eonneot at Norfolk with dlreot steamer?
for New York, soiling daily except Sun?
day, 7 P. M.
Steamer? sail from company's wharf
(foot of Ash Streot) Rooketts.
H. B. WALKER. Vice-President and
Trafilo Manager, New York,
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent
?212 Bast Main Street. Richmond, Va,
EW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON, LONDO
Balling Wednesdays at .?1 A, M,
Sew York, April IB. St. Paul, April 29,
illadelphla, April 23. New York, May
Red Star Une.
Balling Saturday at 10 A. M. M
Kroonland, April 11? Finland. April 25.
Seeland, April 18. Vaderland, May 2.
.?1er? ? ?nd 15, North River.
Office, 73 Broadway. N. Y.
' W. B. PAL??BR & CO.,
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BAY LINE TO BA-?IMOHE
UoToltlcliinoiid via V. St I), dully
exeunt Suniiuy, at 4 I'. ML, con. at
Old Point with ?Uamer? of Old Bar
Unt, U'BVlne TUB P. M., urrlilng
liultlmoru B:HO A. M., con. North,
Best and Weit. For ticket? end information up.
ply to O. Sc O. llwv, 8Ud Tia-Ufcr Couiuuuj?, 1000
Sen Mela street.
Merchants and Miners
Steamship Line. Direct Bouto to
Boston, Mass., and Providence, R, I.
? Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6 P. M. Passongors and freight
taken for all New England points, Tick?
ets on salo at C. & O. Ry. and N. & XV,
Ry. offices and No. 819 East Main Streot.
R. IL WRIGHT. Agt.. Norfolk, Va.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY
J AMES RIVER DAY LINE.
Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves MON?
DAT, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 7 A.
M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point,
Newport News, Claremont and Js.mea
River landiiiRS, and connecting at Old
Point for Washington, Baltimore and the
North. State-rooms reserved for the night
Kt moderato prices. Electric cars direct to
wharf. Fare only ?1.50 and ?I to Norfolk.
Music by Grand Orchestrion.
Freight received tor above-named places
and all points In Eastern Virginia and
Notrh Carolina. IRVIN WEISfOER,,
E. A. Barber. Jr.. Secretary.
Clyde Stoamshio Co.'s
RICHMOND,AND NORFOLK STEAM?
Appointed sailing days: Every
TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY,
at daylight, Freight received daily tiJJ
6 P. M.
$1.50 ROUND TRIP,
for tho benefit of tho Maryland Table
UEAVINQ RICHMOND AT 9 A, M.
SATURDAY APRII. 11TH.
Good returning, leaving Fort Monroe
tt 4:25 P.-M. Excursionist? desiring to
remain over t?t FortMonroo can'return
on train leading Fort Monr?? at 4:25
r. u. following day.
Remember the Date.
No Hauling Allowed,
For the Benefit of the
SOUTH CAROLINA TABLE OF THE
MASONIC TEMPLE BALL-ROOM,
April 14h, O P. M.
ADMISSION,' ? FIFTY CENTS.
Banjo n-ntl Eiguro? by Polk Millar.
SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE
Newly arranged and papered, on
the THIRD FLOOR of the TIMES?
DISPATCH BUILDING. L'oht,
heat and Janitor servios. For
price and particulars apply to the
? ?mihmiiiihw 1?4? 9?
ACADEMY MUSICAL COMEDY CO,
THE FRENCH MAID
"TU?S.APRIL 21 5J
TWI?B PAILY AT 3 AND 7 P. ftl*
ADMISSION 35c CHILDREN I lie.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS,
OPEN 10 ?. M. TO 6 P, it,
? ? ADMISI?N. ?O. ;
yRBB ON SATURDAY??.