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MINIMUM
CHARGE
25 Cents,
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THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT ADS.
THAT BRBNQ GREATEST RESULTS.
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
WANTED. LADIES. TO M. Alf E NECK?
WEAR from snmple, ?7 to ?12 weekly,
exp?rience not noeossary; send Bolf-ad
dressed stamped onvolono. IDEAL MAN
; UFACTURINO CO,, 60S Wost 13?d Street,
New York.
LADY BOOK-KEEPER AND TYPB
wrller! office work light; ono that would
be willing to ?????-In general storo a?
saleslady when not otherwise engaged!
salary, $3.50 per week and board! refer?
ences required, THE II. J. ARIUNG
TON CO., Claremont, Va,
WANTED, COLORED GIRLS-10? RE
?pectable colored girls for light and
healthy manufacturing work; will bo
paid whllo learning; can soon mako
good wages! girls from 14 to 20 years of
ago, who Ilvo at homo and who havo
never worked In service preferred, Ap?
ply Immediately to No. BI? ?. Twelfth
Street, opposite colored Normal School.
SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE.
AN experienced" lady wants
position In Bttmmor resort as house?
keeper! can give tho vory best of ret?
o?ec? no objection to leaving State. Ad?
dress ?iiss Victoria, care this office.
WANTED. A HlOH-ORADE 8EWINO
' MAC MINE SALESMAN, experienced In
handling men, to take an excellent
wholesale proposition In Virginia on a
commission basis, Address M. A. JOHN?
SON, room 501. Atjae building. Chi
cago. Ill,_
I AM DESIROUS OF OBTAINING ?
place for a young woman who Is a well
educated stenographer; she Is In every
way competent, and 1 am prepared to
give her tho highest recommendation.
W. S, COPELAND, Tlmes-DIspatch.
HELP WANTED?MALE.
WANTED. SIX FIRST-CLASS MACHIN
ISTS; steady work and good pay. Ap?
ply THE MATH1ESON ALKALI
WORKS, Saltvlllo, Va.
EXPERIENCED FINISHER IN WOOD
enwaro factory; Hteady employment to
right man. J. HENRY EPPLER, 20?
Stockholm St., Baltimore, Md.
WANT/ED, FIRST-CLASS PLUMBERS
Ml li.00 per day; nine hours. Address
???? A. LORICK & BRO., Columbia,
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALE.
SALESMAN-WANTED, POSITION AS
* clothing salesman; previously with R.
j H. Macoy, New York. Address L. O,,
? care this office.
SALESMEN WANTED.
RELIABLE SALESMAN?TRA VELINO,
reaching retailers, to carry, specialty
line dry goods, ior?udlng blankets, F.
C, ROLLMAN & CO., Mfgrs., Phlla.
_____
?STRAYED OR STOLEN-FROM 12 ?
Beech, one fornaio ? Fox TERRIER)
brown ears and spots. Suitable reward
If left at above number or at R. L.
CHRI8TIAN & CO.'B.
LOST?GOLD ORNAMENTED INDIAN
Arrow-Head and Buckle. Reward It
returned. R, DUC?CHARDT, &?3 East
Cary Streot
SIXTH PRIZE.
JENNIE D., Richmond, Va.
BLACK INK ON WHITE! PAPER
OR CARDBOARD. AND MUST NOT
EXCEED 6x6 INCHES IN WIDTH.
Name and address munt be written
plainly ON BACK OF DRAWING.
Do not ?end letters, but Inclose stamp
If you wish drawing returned. Do
not fold, but roll, when mailing. Ad?
dress all drawings to "Cartoon Con?
test," Room No.. 17. Times Building.
Five prizes will be awarded each
week for the best drawing sub?
mitted.. Uluelratlng. that It pays ad?
vert Icore to' use The Tlmes-Dlspatch
want columns. The six prizes will
awarded ln the following order, vlx.t
First prize, |2; second, third, fourth,
fifth and sixth prizes, II each.
ALL DRAWINGS MUST BE ORIG?
INAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH
BUSINEB8 OPPORTUNITIES.
2 COTTONSEED OIL MILLS. PALES
tlne and Jacksonville, Tex. Cap. CO and
SO tons respectively; excellent location
for fertilizing plant or oil refinery; lino
R. R. facilities; J1C0.00O. W. it OS
TRANDER, N. A. BIdg., Philadelphia.
HAVE RELIABLE INFORMATION OF
an Important movement In an activo Now
York stock; desire correspondence with
rellablo party willing to take advantage
of same. Write me at once. RICH?
ARD ELWOOD, P. O. Box 070, Toronto.
Canada.
_ FOR SALE.
WANTED, TO SELL FOR CASH ONE
new Mahogany Bureau and Washstand,
J30; one Ofck Book-case. $12; one new Oak
Table. $6. Apply COI West Main Street.
FOR SALE-SODA FOUNTAIN, COST
$1,300, In perfect order; $450 will buy It
with all fixtures to run It, H. ANDER?
SON, West Point, Va.
SODA WATER? PAYS LARGE PROFITS.
New and secend-hand fountains; large
. line; low prices; easy payments; full In?
structions to purchasers; catalog free.
ROBT. M. GREEN & SONS, Phlla.. Pa.
FOn 8ALE.
FOR SALE?IO NO. 2 WHEEL, SCRAP
ors, completo! 1 Side-bar Buggy, 1 Trap,
1 Surrey, nil good as new and In good
condition; 2 Sets Buggy llnniesa, 1 Fine
Bay Mare, 0, years old, city broke, any
lady, can drive, Sold for want of uso,
Apply to JNO. R. GRIMES, State
Library or 10 N. Thirtieth Street,
. ' L?ST. .-.-??-:-'"
FO UND ON ? AI?"'STREBT ? E8TER
day afternoon, a small Gold PIN, eagle
shape, with V. P. J., '02, ongraved on
face, Owner can securo same by call?
ing upon R. at this ottico and paying
for this advertisement.
FOR ' RENT.
A DESIRABLE FLAT FOR RENT; AN
unexplrod term; corner Third and Main
Streets, ?
COLONIAL COTTAGE FOR RENT
furnished) for summer. For particu?
lars, address F. GREAVES, University
of Virginia, Charlottesville.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
?<6;60O?A3i COAL LAND. Breathltt co., Ky.
Located In Oil Belt; fino quality bitumi?
nous coal; bldgs,, In good repair; large
quantity fine timber; pood shipping facil?
ities. W. M. OSTRANDER, North Amer?
ican Bldg,, Phlla.
FINE FLAT BLDG. and lot, Columbu?,
0? Douglas and Oak Sta.: 2-story brick!
20 apartments, 4-r. and bath each; natural
gas; will pay 8 per cent, net on prloe ask?
ed. W. M. OSTJRANDER, North Ameri?
can Bldg., Phlla.
EXCELLENT stock and grain farm,
Nodtfway co., Mo. i 1,C20 ?., situated In
Bluo'Ornss and corn belt; 4 sets of bldgs.;
Vt under cultivation; 80 head cattle Includ?
ed. W. M. OSTRANDER, North Ameri?
can Bldg.. Philadelphia.
WANTED.
WANTED. $1,G00! GOOD INTEREST
guaranteed; security twice the loan.
Address Box 292, city.
WANTED, TO BUY A FEATHER BED
for cosh. Address J. W. C, 21S South
Laurel Btreot._?_?___
AWNINGS, TENTS ANfJ FLAGS.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
to; no trouble to coll and give estimates.
J. ROSS JONES & BRO.. Awnings,
Tents and Flags, 902 East Broad; 'phone
2142._
BELTING AND LACE LEATHER,
BEST 'OAK'TANNED' PELTING AND
Rawhide Lace Leather. THE VIRGINIA
LEATHER CO.. Richmond, tho only
manufacturers In the State, Repair
work neatly done. _
"\ BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
THAT'S HIM?JO BICKERSTAFF, THE
expert?He has one store, 1803 East Main.
He sells, buys, rents exchanges or re ?
pairs anything In ehape of a bicycle.
rPhone 3398._
BOOK-BINDING AND ? RI NT ?? ?G""""
BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER,
Magazines bound, lettering on Bibles,
Hymnals, etc. S. B. ADKINS & CO.,
6 Governor Street.
BUSINESS WANTS.
AS A PEACEMAKER TRY A BOX OF
KABMPI'VS CANDIES; It works won?
ders.
SOMETHING NEW! PIPE ORG'AN
FOOT-PEDALS ATTACHMENT for
PIANOS. FERGUSSON PROS.. 11 Wost
Broad. Always up-to-date,
B.OOO ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
? n?t ten days at Go. F. L. BRAUER &
BRO.
WAXBNE. THE ONLY DURABLE
floor polish. TANNER PAINT & OIL
CO.. 1419 East Main Street.
DON'T THROW AWAY SOUR OLD
books, pamphl.-ts. papers, etc.. I buy
them, D. It, HKT. 703 East Cary.
WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE-ANIMALS
movod ? from all ' parts; no charge.
BICKERSTAFFj 'Phono 2811
LADIE8? COLUMN^
?!?U*t>UaU?M??><WM??>?M*?iM??vU*A^ **?**F*?f\ ?wanwiW-i
?,??? ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ten days at 5o. F, L. BRAUER &
BRO,_., _
BETTER THAN DOCTORS AND MFJJ?
clncs?DANIELS' method of deep
breathing and physical culture. It costs
nothing to Investigate; 027 East Brood.
p-ERSoNALS ?
KILL 'EM-BED BUGS. ROACHES;
Ante. Moths, etc. Rooves' Insect Ex?
terminator doe? th? work quickly. Pro
pared by F. W. KOENIG, AZI North
Sixth._?_ |
SAVE MONEY AND ORDER YOUR
Awnings now: remember the hot wave si
coming. 'Phone SST76 and'we will call. M.
a. COPELAND CO., 108 N. Ninth Street.
Out-of-town orders receive prompt at?
tention. ,..?':??''?'?'
WRITE FOR OUR PRICE LIST OF
Oak Tanned Bolting nnd Row-Hid? Lac?
Leather. The only manufacturers In
the State. ReDalr work neatly done.
THE VIRGINIA LEATHER CO.. Rich?
mond. ?''? i'.'v
I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE TO IN
' crease the chest expansion of any lady
or gentleman to 6 Inches in 6 weeks
by my method of deep breathing and
physical culture. MELVILLE DAN?
IELS' SCHOOL. ' 827 B.. Broad. Special
attention given to children; lady always
In attendane??
LADIES' CHESTS AND BUSTS DEVELr
oped (no massngo): results positively
guaranteed; best city reference', lady al?
ways In attendance. DANIELS' SCHOOL
PHYSICAL CULTURE. C27 East Broad,
HAVE YOU TRIED DOYLE'S DEVILED
Crabs? The best you evor tasted.
DOYLE'S LADIES' & GENTS' CAFE,
corner Seventh and Broad.
DREW'S NEW WAY TO REPAIR
SHOES; a whole sole; no Joint to leak,
no nails to tear tho sock; Man's, it;
Ladles, 85c. 'Phone 2G07. Will call and
deliver. DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FACTORY. 71?.E. Main.
let her come at once; a box of
kaempf-s candies. __
floofTstains"
floor stains,' all shades^ tan-,
NER PAINT & OIL CO., 1419 East Main
Street
MISCELLANEOUS
THE BEST. WHAT? WH07 WHICH?
KAEMPF'S CANDIES.
DON'T DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU
see us, F. L. BRAUER ? BROTHER.
?M BUYS A $300 HANDSOME .MAHOG?
ANY PIANO. Just ns good as now.
Guaranteed. FERGUSSON BROS. 11
West Broad.
6,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ton days at Be. F. L. BRAUER &
BRO.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. THE
VIRGINIA LEATHER COMPANY,
Richmond, are the only man?
ufacturers ot Oak Tanned Belting
and Ruw-Hide Lnce Leather In the
Stati? Repair work neatly done.
HARRY MADE PEACE WITH HIS
/ motncr-ln-law by taking her to
DOYLE'S CAFE, whero thoy serve the
best drinks In olty to ladles and gents.
Seventh and Broad.
IF IT'S WALL PAPER YOU'RE LOOK
Ing for ard want the best at satisfac?
tory prices call and see us. F. L.
BRAUER ?Ss BROTHER, 20S-210 North
Fifth.
TO BE AN ACTOR OR ACTRESS TAKE
the shortent road to the etago via DAN?
IELS' SCHOOL OF ACTING; most
complete school In the South; private
theatre ln connection; 627 East Broad.
CASH OR CREDIT,
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY AND
, sell you Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothings, Hats aril Furnishing 'Goods
on caey terms? Do not comparo our
price with other cash-or credit stores,
but with the cheapest spot cash store
In the city. BALTIMORE BARGAIN
HOUSE. 108 East Broad SU-oot. Cash or
Credit Clothing House.
etc. 219 W. Broad Btreet._
CAKES AND J?uXv~ROLL3.
CAKES AND .TELLY ROLLS, SPE
clnls, 3-pound for 25c; 25c.? Layer Cakes
20c. Our 2?c. Pound Cakes -are delicious.
Seven kinds of Cakes '15c. each.
DRINKARD'S, 423 1-2 North Sixth St.
GENTS' COLUMN.
BEFORE ORDERING THAT NEW SUIT
coma "'and see the nice assortment a.1
Slxth.and Main. Suits. $IB up: Trousers,
$3 up. RICHMOND TAILORING CO.,
Chas. A'. Bpence, Manager.
75C, HALF SOLINO MEN'S (SHOES;
Ladles, (J0c; best leather; evory pair
rostltched: no nails, no pegs. DREW'S
ELECTRIC POWER SHOE FACTORY.
716 B. Main; "phone 28S7.- Will call and
deliver. This advertisement good for
10c. payment half soling.
" " PIANOS.
BEAUTIES/YOU BET! THE DAVBN
PORT-TRBACY PIANOS; largo and as?
sorted stock always on hand. FERGUS
SON BROS., 11 West Broad.
F0R SALE?BARGAINS.
CHARLEY ROBS IS FOUND, SO ARE
fresh candios nt KAEMPF'S, 110 North
Ninth Street.
$200 BUYS AN ANGELUS PIANO-PLAY?
ER; Used onlv a few weeks; worth $275,
FERGUSSON BROS., U West Broad.
FOR 8ALB?BARGAINS.
PRIMI) COTTONSEED MEAL AND
Hulia and Mixed Meal and Hulls. We
havo them for salo; prices right and
finality guaranteed. KERSHAW OIL
MILL, Korshaw, 8. C.
KEEP MONEY IN CIRCULATION A.?
home by using the VIRGINIA LEATH?
ER CO.'S Onk Tanned Belting and Raw?"
Hldo Laco Lenther of Richmond. The
only manufacturers In the State. Satis?
faction guaranteed.
"hand-made shoes.
VICI. PATENT LEATHER OR KID,
shoes made to order; hand stitched; besl
material; workmanship and perfect fll
guaranteed, for $3.50. BALTIMORE
BHOE HOUSE, 1719 East Main.
? ?-?t? ' ? .,'.. I
PHOTOGRAPHS.
DAVIS GALLERY IS STILL THE MOS'r
reliable placo for photographs. Compera
our work and prices. From 25a. up; 22J
and 817 Broad, ? ??,.???
OXFORD SHCfc!?
LADIES' FINE OXFORD TIES, AT $1.00.
ALBERT STEIN, corner Fifth and
Broad Streets.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
tUO AND UP FOR SMALL INSTFJu"
monts. Headquarters for Banjos. Oui??
tars. Mandolins, eto. FERGUSSON
BROS., 11 West Broad. .
'", , ..?
RUNABOUTS AND, WAQONB.
FOR NEW AND SECOND HAND RUN?,
abotits. Wagons, Phaetons, Surreys, Day.-,
tons, come to see me. . W. C. SMITH,
No. 314 North Fifth Street
SPECIAL NOTICE.
LADIES' DINING-ROOMS AT DOYLE'S
Cafo fcornor Broad and Seventh), whore
beet drinks In city served to ladles and.
gents.
TO FRIENDS AND PUBLIC GEN?,
ernlly: Mr. H. S. JENNINGS has with?
drawn from the firm ot. JENNINGS
FISH AND OYSTER . MARKET CO..
414 North' Sixth Street, and has opened
directly opposite (615 North Sixth), Stalla
69 and 89 (Second Market), as JEN?
NINGS & SONS, whore ho Is prepared
to furnish everything ln the line of fln$
Oysters, Fresh Fish (all kinds In season),
Clams, Hard and Soft Shell Crabs, Crab
Meat, Game, otc; satisfaction guaran-,
teed; our motto, the best of every thin?,
prompt delivery and courteous treat?
ment. Thanking all for.poet favore and
hoping for a continuance. of their pa?
. tronago, we ore yours to command, ?
JENNINGS &. SONS. 'Phone 8820.
SUITS TO ORDER.
"EVERY STITCH MADE IN RKtf?
mond." Nico assortment of Suits, $11
' up. Trousors, $5 up. -RICHMOND TAI<
LORING CO., Sixth and Main. Charle?
A. Sponce, Manager,
UPHOLSTERING.
C. C. LEVY, NO. 544 BROOK AVENUE.
Upholsterer.and Mattress maker. - Old
Hair Mattress made good as new. . I
?ack and?? ship furniture: nleo make
ushlon and Slip Cover? to order.
: 'Phone 1036,
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.
THREE VERY DESIilABLE
OFFICES.
Newly arranged and papered, on
the THIRD FLOOR of the TIMES
DISPATCH BUILDING. Light,
heat and Janitor ?ervlce. For
price and particulars apply to the
TIMES-DISPATCH office. Only
three left
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA.
FOR RENT furnished, a colonial houso,
16 rooms, 2 baths, elootrlo lights. Fino
grounds; on salt water: stable, 8 stalls;
1000 for the season. Address, Lock Box
45, Old Point Comfort, Va.
VIRGINIA BEACH
FOR RENT
The Tucker Cottage, ocean front, five I
minutes fromPrlnoess Anno Hotel, Apply j
BYRD <?. BALDWIN BROS.,
Norfolk, Va.
"" "BEST"
CORN & OAT CHOP
Manufactured by
NATIONAL CEREAL CO.
AN IDEAL STOCK FOOD.
Guaranteed SUPERIOR to . any on
tho market. Thero aro none "just as
?ood." If your dealer don't carry it
rop ine a postal and I'll havo you sup
. plied. Agents wanted in ovory town.
^Exclusivo territory given.
T??. T. KINO,
Gonoral Southern Agont, Rlohxuond, Va
SPECIAL RATES
Via. Seaboard Air Line Railway, Accout
Following Occasion.
United Confederate Veterans' Reunion,
Now Orleans, La? May 19-22, 1803. One
cent pe?- mile each way for the round
trip. Tickets on sale May lath to ?lst,
Inclusive; return limit May 21th, except
ijy payment of fifty cunts, ticket? ox
?tended to June 15th, .
Meeting American Medical Association,
Now Orleans, La.,. May 5-8, 1903.
One fare for the round trip. Tickets on
aale May 1st to 4th, Inclusivo; return
limit ten days from date of mile.
NOI I CE.
TOBACCO.?THE INSURANCE CO. OF
North America Issurea shipments of to
haoco and other merchandise to nil
parts of tho world, not exceeding $100,000
on any vessel, Losses, If any, payahle
in gold at homo or at any European
capita). MONTAGUE fy CO., 1114 East
Main Btreot, Agents,
SEALED PROPOSALS.
(? -jmvri'f - "i-1?""**-"*i-1?i**i?rrri'i
FORT MYER, VA?, APRIL 29. 1903. .
Boaled Proposals, In triplicate, for con?
struction of Gymnasium will bo received
Vinti] 10 A, M. MAY 29. 1903. Tho U. 8/
reserves tho right to reject or accept any
or all bids or any part thereof. Informa?
tion on application. Envelopes containing
bids should . be endorsed "rroposals for
Gymnasium," addressed Capt. W, F,
CLARK, ?5. M. '
SEALED PROPOSALS.
NOTIGE TO CONTRACTORS,
Fredertcksburg, Va., April 23. 1903.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR FURNISH
lng materials and Setting Metal SIDE?
WALK CELLAR DOORS and AREA
ORATING with Gronolithlo Coping on
existing walls on six blocks of street In
In this city will be received until MAY
6th, 1903. at 12 o'clock noon.
Specifications, general designs, schedule
of work, forms of proposal, etc., can be
had upon application to the undersigned,
Box 153, this city.
The Committee on Streets reserve? tho
right to reject any and ali bids.
E. T. D. MYERS, Jr.,
.Civil Engineer.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Fredoricksburg, Va.. April 23, 1903.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR FURNISH
Ing materials and laying 4.EO0 square yards
(more or less) of SIDEWALK PAVING
In this city will bo received at the Coun?
cil Chamber until MAY 6th, 1303, at 12
o'clock noon.
Specifications, general Instruction?,
forms of proposal, etc.. can bo had upon
application to tho undersigned, Box 163,
this city.
Bids are asked for Granolithic, Vitrified
Sidewalk Paving Brick and Standard Pav?
ing; Brick, and the Committee on Streets
reeervea tho right to rejeot any and all
bids.
E. T. D. MYERS. Jr.,
BOND SALE, ?
We will receive bids until MAY 15, 1903,
for the purchoso of FIVE THOUSAND
DOLLARS ({6,000) 5 per cent. Smlthfleld
Street Improvement Bonds, Interest pay?
able semt-anhually on the 1st day of Jan?
uary and the 1st day or July of each year.
See Act of Virginia Assembly, Chapter 127.
Approved April 4, 1903.
Right reserved to reject any and all
bids.
J. W. HOLLOWAY,
JOHN L COFER,
Api 29-Bt Committee.
PROPOSALS FOR FRAME DORMITORY
AND STEAM HEATING PLANT. De?
partment of the Interior, Office of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C, April 29, 1903:
Sealed Proposals, endorsed "Proposal?
for Dormitory, etc., Cherokee School, N.
C," and addressed to the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, will be received at the
Indian Office until 2 o'clock P. M, WED?
NESDAY, May 27, 1903, for furnishing tho
necessary materials and labor required
to construct and completo a frame dormi?
tory, with a steam heating plant, at the
Cherokee School, N, O, In strict accord?
ance with tho plans and specifications and
instruction)) to bidder?, which . may be
examined at this office. Hit office? of the
Journal and Tribune, Knoxvllle, Tenn.;
tho Register. Ashevllle. N. C. ; The Tlmee
Dlspatch, Richmond, Va.; the American,
Baltimore, Md.; the Builders and Trad?
ers' Exchanges at Omaha, Nob.. Milwau?
kee, Wls? and St, Pn.ul, Minti.; tho North?
western Manufacturers' Association, St.
Paul, Minn.; the U. S. Indian Warehouses,
205 South Canal St., Chicago, 111., 816 How?
ard St., Oi-.*iUha, Neb., and 110 Wooster
St? Now York City, and ftt the school.
For further Information apply to Henry
W. Spray, Superintendent, Cherokee, N.
C, A. C. Tonner, Acting Commissioner,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION,
Richmond. Va., May 1, 1003.
The concern of J. S. MOORE & SONS
Is thla disolved by mutual consent. All
persons to whom the concern 1? indebted
will please present their bills for pay?
ment. All persons Indebted to us will
please call and settle.
J. B. MOORE,
E. W. MOORE,
J, S. MOORE, Jr.
Referring to the above, tho undersign?
ed beg leave to Inform the publie and the
patrons of the pld concern of J, B.
MOORE & SONS that they have opened
a wholesale and retail store at No, 1724
B, Main Street (comer Eighteenth and
Main), whore Ihey will be pleased to
serve them as faithfully In the future
as In the past. A full line of Groceries,
Liquors and Feed will bo carried (n
Sk"!l!" J. S. MOORE, Jr..
W. O. MOORE,
THE CONFEDERATE MUSEUM
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Otwna dally from ? A. M. to 9 V. M.,
Admlavlon. 26 cent?, Free ?? Saturday?
NOTICE.
LICENSE TAX.
City Licenses for the
Year 1903.
have been placed ln my hands for collec?
tion, and are due'now, aa follows:
E*?
AGENTS?
Baggage and
press,
Collecting,
Fertilizers,
Insurnnco,
Labor,
Land,
Manufactured Ar
Rentlng House?,
Railroad Ticket,
Steamship Lines,
Typewriters.
ARCHITECTS.
ATTORNEYS AT
LAW.
AUCTIONEERS?
General,
Real Estate,
Tobacco,
Common Crier.
BAR-ROOM.
BILLIARD
TABLES.
BOARDING
HOUSES.
BROKERS
Cattle,
Commercial,
Insurance,
Merchandise,
Pawn,
Railroad Ticket,
Ship.
Stock,
Tobacco,
Building and
Loan Assoc'na.
CHEMISTS.
CHIROPODISTS.
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
DENTISTS.
DETFITIVES.
ELECTRICIANS.
EXPRKdS
COMPANIES.
FISH AND
OYSTERS.
FRUIT STANDS,
Ac.
HOTELS.
IMPOUNDING
LOTS.
INTELLIGENCE
OFFICES.
JUNK DEALERS,
LIQUOR
DEALERS? .
Wholesale
Rotali.
Bottling.
Wholesale Malt,
LIVERY
STABLES.
LOAN OFFICES.
LUMBER
MEASURERS.
MERCANTILE
AGENCIES.
PHOTO?
GRAPHERS.
PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE
BANKERS.
PRIVATE EN?
TERTAINMENT.
PUBLIC ROOMS.
RESTAURANTS.
SNACKS.
STORAGE.
TELEGRAPH ft
TELEPHONE
COMPANIES.
VETERINARY,?
SURGEONS,
&c. &c.
Parties falling to pay this tax on or
before APRIL 30. 19C3. will be subject to
the penalty prescribed by the City Ordi?
nances, which Is not loss than $1 nor
more than $20 per day for each day s busi?
ness carried on after April 80, 1903, the
same to be imposed by th'e Police Jus?
tice. F. W. CUNNINGHAM,
Apll5-28t Collector City Taxes.
Rlohmond, Va. May. L 1903.
NOTICE.?I HAVE THIS DAY AD
mttted Mr. H. T. RICHESON -?to an ?In?
terest In my business, whloh will here?
after be conducted under tho firm name
of H. SELDON TAYLOR & CO.
_H. SELDON TAYLOR.
DIVIDEND NOTICES,
' Wilmington,.N. C, April 27, 1903,""
? Office of the
Treasurer Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad Company.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AT?
LANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD,
COMPANY have declared 2 PER CENT.
INTEREST on the Certificate? of In?
debtedness of thl? Company. Interest
duo and payable at tho offloe of the
Treasurer at Wilmington, N. C, on and
after MAY 1, 1903. The transfer books
will stand closed from April 26th to May
let, 1903, Inclusive.
JAMBS F. POST Treasurer.
Api 29-tf
VI? Popular York-River Line.
On and after Monday, April 27th, steam?
ers ot the York River Line will run dally
except Sunday,/ cnnneotlon leaving Rich?
mond at 4:30 P. M.
MEETINGS.
Rlchn^dTva.JrAprIl 24, 1903,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LOT
owners stockholders In HOLLYWOOD
CEMETERY COMPANY will be held
at the City Bank of Richmond on TUES?
DAY, the 13th day of. May, JIX)3, at 5
o'clock? P. M. _ ?
R. T, BROOKE,
Secretary and Tjreasuren
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholder? of,the na'jghman
Stationery Company will be hell ut tho
oflloo of the company, 1207 East Main
Street, Richmond. va? Wednesday, May
mil. ltXJJ, at 12 o'clock noon.
" ' ' JAMBS S. FRANCIS.
Treasurer?
AN ORDINANCE.
(Approved April 20, 1903.)
AMENDING AND RBORDAINING SEC?
TION 31 OF CHAPTER SS OF ..RICH?
MOND CITY' CODE; 1899, CONCERN?
ING STREETS:
Be It ordained by the Council of tho
city of Richmond that Section 31 ot Chapter
38, of Richmond City Code; 1899, concern?
ing streets, be amended and reordalned so
as to read as follows:
31. Whenever the Bo.ird of-Health shall
deem it Important to tho health of any
neighborhood or to tho cleanliness of any
lot that the said lot should bo connected
with a publie sewer, the Presldont of the
Board shall notify the owner ot the lot,
In writing, to make such connection, and
shall give such Information as will enable
the owner to make the connection in the
most economical manner consistent with
the requirements of the Ordinances of the
city, ond within thirty days after the re?
ceipt of this written notice the owner
shall make such connections and such ar?
rangements and details of construotlc*i
within the premises as may bo prescribed
by the Board of Hoatth. Whenever any
lot shall havo been connected with a
sewor, and shall bo subdivided, each sub?
division shall bo separately connected .with
a sewer as soon ns such subdivision shall
be built upon; any person failing to con?
ned his lot with a public sewer in tho
manner that may be prescribed by the
Board ot Health within thirty days after
said notice to do so from said Board, or
shall fall to connect with a public sewer
any subdivision of a lot with sewer con?
nection as soon as such subdivision Is
built upon, shall bo Hablo to a fine of not
lose than five nor more than ono hundred
dollars, each day of continuance of either
ot such failures to constitute a separate
offense. PIPE CONNECTIONS WITH
PUBLIC SEWERS SHALL BE MADE BY
THE CITY AT THE EXPENSE OF THE
PROPERTY OWN12R, AND SUCH CON?
NECTIONS SHALL EXTEND FROM
THE SEWER TO THE PROPERTY
LINE, THERE TO BE JOINED BY THE
OWNER IN A MANNER SATISFAC?
TORY TO THE CITY ENGINEER, AND
THE LOCATION OP THE POINTS OF
CONNECTION SHALL BIS DETER?
MINED BY THE CITY ENGINEER,
AND WHEN PRACTICABLE THE CON?
NECTIONS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED
AT THE TIME OF BUILDING THE
SEWER AND THE COST PHALL BE
E8T1MATED FROM THE SEWER TO
THE PROPERTY LINE, AND THE
CITY ENGINEER SHALL CERTIFY the
same to the assessment clerk, nnd ho
shall make out and deliver bills for the
same to tho City Auditor, who shall make
proper entry thoreof on his books and
place them In the hands of the City Col?
lector, to be collectod and aocounted for In
the manner for tho collection of city
taxes. Dut It shall be the duty of tho
clerk of special assessments, as soon as
tha bills have been made out, and bofore
thoy are delivered to the Auditor, to
notify the owner of each lot, -liable fol?
one of the bills, or his or her agont, by
mall, that the bill Is In tho hands of tho
Collector of Taxes for collection, and tho
notice ?hall state the location of the lot,
the kind of work done, the amount of tho
bill, and that the bill will b? delinquent
and Bubjoct to penalty on and aftor tho
first day of February next ensuing. And
whenever a new sewer Is to be run, It
shall ho placed In the center of the street,
provided, that In cose a water pipe or gas
pipe has already been plaoed In the conter
of the streot the sawer may be placed on
either side, at the option of tho City En?
gineer. It Is further provided, that In
case? of Indigent persons, or from other
circumstances satisfactory to the Com?
mittee on Streets, said committee may
cause said connections to be made and
charge the eame against tho property, to
bo charged by the Engineer as hereinbe?
fore provided: and the Engineer shall cer?
tify the same to the aeseeument clerk,
who ?hall make out and deliver bills for
the eame In four annual payment??, with
Interest at 6 per cent, per annum, to the
Auditor, who shall make proper entry
thereof on his books, and place the bills
In the hands of the City Collector, to be
collected and accounted for In the manner
prescribed for the collection of olty taxes.
2. This Ordinance shall bo In force from
Its passage. ?,??? ?
BEN T, AUGUST,
Apl2S-6t City Clurk.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, '
HAVING QUALIFIED AS ? EXECUTOR
of the estate of ?THOMAS F. POLLARD,
all persona having ?/Ialina against said
estate aro ro?iU?sTed to present same,
and those indoliteci to tho estati? will
please make payment.^ ^ ^^
' tCxeoutor of T. F. Pollard, Deceased.
AMUSEMENTS.
ACADEMY
0MSffT|FRl.Hlaylsl
_ MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON
IN
Prices: BO, 75o, $1.00,$1.60 and $2.00.
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Matinee To-Day.
Nellie iVicHenry
IN
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NEXT
WEEK
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Ruined
Life.
You'll have
to hurry.
DAILY AT 3:30 AND 8:30.
Note Alteration of Times.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 10 A. M. TO G P. M.
i ADMISI?N. 2SC.
FREE ON SATURDAYS.
STEAMBOATS.
Transportation Company.
Steamship L?ie. Direct Route to
Boston, Mass., and Providence, R. I.
Stoamera leave Norfolk for Boston Tues
day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at ? P. M. Passengers and freight
tak?;n for all Now England points Tick?
ets on sale nt C. & O. Ry. and ?. & W.
' VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY
JAMES RIVER DAY LINE.
Steamer OLD POINT COMFORT leaves
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at
7 A, M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point,
Newport News, Claremont and James
River landings, and connecting at Old
Point for Washington, Baltimore and the
North. State-rooms reserved for the night
at moderate prices. Eleotrlo cars dlroct to
wharf. Fare only S1.G0 and tl to Norfolk.
Freight received tor above-named placea
and all points In Eastern Virginia and
North Carolina, IRVIN WEIBlOER,
Oenerol Manager,
H. A. Parlor, Jr.. Secretary,
American Line.
NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON, I.ONPON
Sailing Wednesdays at )") A, M.
Now York, May ?, St. Paul, May 20.
Philadelphia. May 13. Now York, May 27.
Red Star Line.
NEW YORK-ANTWERP-PARIS.
Balline Saturday at 10 A. M.
lOnonland, May 9. Fin and, May 23.
Zealand, May 10. Vadorland. May 30.
Piers 14 and IS, North River.
Office. 73 Broadway. ?. Y.
W. B. PALMER ft CQ...
BAY UNE TO BAI/riMOHE
Via 0, ?4 0. Bwy. ?lid OKI Fula t.
U. 8. MAIL BOUTE,
G.?????) ltk'liiu'iiiil vm ?'. ? 0. dully
?ri'pt Siuiiln.??. ut 4 I'. St., cud. Ot
Old Point ?villi ?jti'uiin'm uf Old llujr
??a?, li'iivliili 7:10 V. M., urrl.iii?,?
?ultimili?.? ?'?? A. M., cop. North,
lin at and Went. l'Or tickets und liiforumtluu uii
iily to 17. & 0. Ilivy. mid Truusfcr Couipuny, lUOa
li>jt Uulu Btreu?.
STEAMBOATS.
STEAMSHIP CO.
Night llaa for Norfolk
Leave Richmond dally at 7 P, M., stop?
ping at Nowport News in both directions.
Daily except Sunday by C. and O. Rail?
way, 9:00 A. M? A P. M? 0 A. M. and 3
P.M. by N. and TV. Railway; all line?
connect at Norfolk with direct steamer?
for Now York, sailing dally except Sun?
day. 7 P. M.
Steamers sail from company's wharf
(foot of Ash Street). Rocketts.
H. B. WALKER, Vice-President and
Trafilo Manager, Now York.
... JOHN F. MAYER. Agent
1?12 East Main Street. Richmond, Va.
Clyde Steamship Co.'s
PHILADELPHIA,
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM
SHIP LINE.
Appointed sailing days: Every
TUESDAY. FRIDAY and SUNDAV,
at daylight, Freight received daily i/??
6 P. M.
RAILROADS.
iM??MOWesieni
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. .
9:00 A. M.. NORFOLK LIMITED, Ar?
rives Norfolk 11:20 A. M. Stops only at
Petersburg. Waverly nnd Suffolk.
9:00 A. M.. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Buffet
Parlor Car, Petersburg to Lynchburg and
Roanoke, Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, Bluerield to Cincinnati; also
Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxvllle to
Chattanooga and Memphis.
12;20 P. M., ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Farmvlllo, Lynchburtr nnd Roanoke,
.8:00 P. M? OCEAN" SHORE LIMITED,
Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at
Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk. Connects
with steamer? to Boston, Providence, Now
York, Baltlmoro and Washington.
0:60 P. M., for Norfolk and all station?
east of Petersburg.
9:35 P. M? NEW ORLEANS SHORT
LINE, Pullman Sleopor, Richmond to
Lynchburg, Petersburg to Roanoke:
Lynchburg to Chattanooga, Memphis and
Now Orleans. Cnfo Dining? Car
Trains arrivo from tho West 7:35 A. M.,
8 P, M. and 8:56 P. M.; from Norfolk 11:10
A. M? 11:<2 A. M. and 0:50 P. M.
Office No. S3S East Main Street.
W. B. BEVILL. C. H. B08LEY.
Gen. Pass, Agent. Dis Pass. Agont
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APL. a6, 1903,
T1UINB LEAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A. M.?Dally. Local lor Charlotte.
12:50 P. M.-Dnlly. Limited. Buffet Pull?
man to Atlanta and Birmingham, New
Orleans, Memphis, Chattanooga and all
tho South.
6:00 P-. M.-Ex. Sunday, Kaysvillo Local,
11:06 P. M.-Dally. Limited; Pullman
ready 9:30 P. M., for all the south.
YORK RIVER T.INB.
Tho favorite route tn Baltimore and
eastern points. Leave Richmond ???80 P.
M. Dally, exospt Sunday.
6:00 A. M.?Except Sunday, Local mixed
for West Point.
2:16 P. M.-Local for West Point.
4:30 P. M.?Except Sunday. For West
Point, Connecting with steamers for Bal?
timore and river landings.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
0:53 A. M. and 0:26 P. M.-F?ora all the
South.
8:25 P, M.
??? A.M.-From Keyevllle,
9:15 A. M.?Baltimore nnd West Point.
AM P, M.-Frnm West Point,
C. H. ACKERT. ?. ?. HARDWICK,
?. M. O. P. ?.
O. W, WBHTBIIHV, l>. I?, A? ftJrlUUQii'l,. Va.
Ricmvnnn ?no wtersburq
EUCTRIC RAILWAY.
, Beginning April Ut, 1802,
Cars leave cony- .?.'? 'en-y mid Seventh
Streets, Munches/' ' every hour (on the
hour) fiolu 6 A/ * o 10 P. M., last car
ll:G0 P. U. J '
Cura leave R bure,' foot of Syca?
more Streut, e\) . hour from 4:30 A. M.
to 10:30 P. M, \
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL -
EXCURSIONS.
? CENTS-ROUND TRIP-60 CENTS.
RAILROAD?.
RE Rm D Richmond, Frederick* ?
? G? Vi G? burg???. Potomac R. R
Train? Leave Richmond?Northward. ,
4:16 A. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
6:45 A. M., daily. Main St. Through.
7:16 A. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
commodation.
8:00 A. M., Sunday only. Byrd St,
Through.
8:40 A. M? week days. Bryd St. Through,
12:05 noon, week days, Byrd St. Through,
4:00 P. M., ?veek days. Byrd St. Fred?
erioksburg accommodation.
6:06 P. M., dally, Main St." Through.
C:2S P, M., week days.'EIba. Ashland ao?
commodatlon.
8:06 P. M.. dally, Byrd St. Through.
11:10 P. M? week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
?comnicdntlon.
Trains Arrive Richmond?Southward.
f:40 A. M., week days.' Elba. Ashland ao?
commodatlon. .
8:00 ?. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
8:26 A. M? week days. Byrd St.. Fred?
erlcksburg accommodation. ?.?'.'.
12:06 P. M? week days. Byrd St. Through.
2:05 P. M., dally, Main St, Through.
?:00 P. M., week days, Elba. Ashland ac?.
commodatlon. ^??????
0:48 P. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
9:00 P. M? dally. Byrd 8t. Through.
10:25 P. M., dally. Main Bt. Through.
11:00 ?, M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
commodation,
Note?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Car?
on all trains ?.xcept local accommodation?.
W. D. DUKE, C. W. CULP. W. P. TAYLOR.
Gon'l Man'r. Ass't Gen'l Man'r. Traf. Man'?
2 Hours and 25 Minutes to Norfolk.
LEAVE RICHMOND?E?8TBOUND.
T:4B A. M.?Week daya?Local to Newport
Ne?ru und way station?.
0:00 ?. M.?Dally?Uuiltocl?Arrl?jo? Wtlllam?
burg 0:50 A M., Newport Nnw? 10:80 A.
M., Old Point 11:00 A. M., Norfolk 11:-?
A. M.
4:00 P. M.?Week day??Special???t?t?? WH?
llainsbtjrg 4:50 V. M., Newport News 5:80.
V, M? Old-Point'0.00 V. il.. Nor,f?m
0:25 1?. M.
5:00 l?. M.?Dully?Local to Old Point.
MAIN LINE?WESTBOUND. ?
10:10 A. M.?Week dur*?Local tn Clifton fori?
und wiiy atatloii??.
2:00 P. M.?Dully?Special to Cincinnati,
LoulBTtlln, St. Loula and Chicago.
5:10 P. M.?Week days?Looul to Doawall. '
10:30 P. M.?Dully?Limited to CliidnaaH, ?
I.ouIstIIIo, St. Loula and Chicago.
JAMB HIVEB LINK.
10:20 A. M.?Dully?Expresa to Lrncfab-arf,
cilftuii Forge nnd principal ?talloni.
8:15 P. M.?Week daya?Local to Bramo.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND FROM
Norfolk nnd Old Point 10:05 A. M. iln.Hr,
11:45 A, M. Ex. Sun., nnd 0:30 P, M. dully.
Ne?vport News Local 7:20 p. M. Ex. Bun. ????'??*?
Kr um Cincinnati and Went 8:15 A. M. dally.,
nnd 3:80-P. M.? dally. Main Linn Local from?1
Clifton Forge T:15 V. M. Ex. Suq. DosweU?.,.
Accoro. S:A5 A. M. Ex. Suu.
Jiitmia Hirer Lli
?:3? ?, M. dally.
Ex. Sun.
O. B. DOYLE, W. O. WARTHBN.
fien'I Manager. DUt. l'an. Aft.
SEABOARD
?? ? Link ?Railwav
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAlLYv
2:20 P. M.-Seaboard Mail-10:35 P, M.-?
Seaboard Express?To Savannah, Jack??
sonville. Atlanta and Southwest.
9:10 A. M.-1-ocal?For Norllna and Ham
W
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
B:3S ?. M.-No. 81-4:55 P. M.-No. 66-?
From Florida, Atlanta and Southwost,
6:30 P, M.?From Norllna and loca)
P city'Ticket Oftloo .OW Eaat Main Streut.
'Phone 405,
ATLANTIC COASTLINE
TR-.INS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY-?
BYRD-STREET STATION.
8:80 A. M. To all point? South.
9:00 A. M. Petersburg and Nor/ojli.
12:20 P. ?7. P?ter?b?"?rs ar.d N. & W. W???.
8:00 P, M. Petersburg and Norfolk,
t4:10 P. M. Ooldsboro Local.
6:??1 ?, M. Petersburg local.
6:55 P. M. To points South.
9:85 P, M. Petersburg and ?. ? W. W?*ti,
11:30 ?, M, Petersburg local,
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
4.07 A. M..- 7:35 A. M.. 8:35 A. M., except
Sunday, 11:10 A. M.. 11:43 ?. -M., ?<? P.
M., B.lfo P. M.. T:48 P, M?, ?:?? IV M.
t Except Sunday.
C. 8. CAMPBELL, Dlv. Phi, Act.
W, ??. CRAia. Q*a. Pi? ?4?* *** ?

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