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B?ENOORAPHER, We ?re having calls for
MbKltnt? sfenograpbera (?vcporljnredl, on"
week or longer. Applr at one?.; ecroral open
6ow, with g?od salnrle*, EMPLOYMENT BU
HEAP, Ponthr-Ti Stamp anil Stat'r Co.,
Twelre Pli Mnln Street.
SITU AT? ??Y \VA NT E r>-F E M A I. E,
tATJY OF REFINEMENT dosirss position aa
housekeeper or companion: will care for inva?
lid. Ad'iresa M. h. WHITLOCK'S STORE,
Station It, Richmond, Va.
BTXADT WORK at high wages for a few first
class nonunion IRON MODLDERSi hoary
Jobhlns shop; no trouble; ninnlne non-union
for orer two j-cars. Address THE 1.0RAIN
FOt.'N?WY CO., Ijoratn, O.
WANTED, a combination XANi on? who can
Collect In the raornincs ami ilo stenographing
and typewriting In the afternoons: must he
well acftnaintpil In the city. Address M., C.
AND CO., cure this office.
WANTED, by a ?ober Registered Pharmacist
of experience, relief work. Address RELIEF,
care this office.
WANTED?A competent stenographer, book?
keeper, collector and Foneral office mon wants
to make n. change; come? well recommended.
8. J.. cure this office.
WANTED, at 'once, Traveling Salesmen for
wholesale millinery bouse; state experience!
and salary expected, h. JONAS AND CO.,
WANTED, CANVASSERS; a very attraotlve
proposition. Apply to B. M. ANDERSON
AND CO.. S03 East Main Street, Thursday
between hours of P:30 A. M. and R;30 r. M,
BIO CUT PRICE SAXE: any article in stock
ein be bonght at a preat reduction. NEW .1
AN.o 3(0. STORE, No. 7 Enat Broad Street
tOSi RENT?30o West Franklin Street, Tor
particulars address JOEL S. PERHIN. 8tate
DRUG STORE for sale at Lynohfcurr, Va.|
price, $1,200. For further particulars ad?
dress SOUTHERN DRUG AGENCY, Newport
ENTIRE STOCK for ?ale at a prest reduction.
NEW 6 AND 100. STORE, 7 East Broad
PYRITES PROPERTY for salo; moat promising;
undeveloped property In Virginia, near rail?
road and tidewater: terms easy. PYRITES,
care Postmaster, Holladay, Vn.
NICE RETAIL Bualneaa and Store Fixtures i
pood stand, Roiith sido of Broad Street; splpn
dld stand for confectionery and fruit; chance
of a lifetime. Address "QUICK," caro thla
FARMER'S SURREY for aale; original coat,
?125; price, $?>5; hf)s not be/n used twenty
times: sold for want of use. GEO. W. LIB.
UV. Qulnton, New Kent county. Va.
LOST?A Silver-Handler! UMBRELLA, marked
N. R. Jjfo. Finder will be rewarded by re?
turning same to Ocn, FlTZnUGH LEE, 1005
FOUND?A WATCH, which th? owner can get
by proving property and paying for ad. W. I.
COLEMAN. with Southern Express Co.
WANTED, a purchaser for th? entire stock, ot
any portion of It, at and below cost. NEW
B AND IOC. STORE. 7 East Broad Street.
WANTED, to bur HORSE, sound and gent?o|
also BUGOT and HARNESS. Apply 0 to 8P.
M.. 40S East Leigh Street.
BUMAC WANTED; correspondence solicited. W,
N. JONES CO., Appomattnx Mills, Tetera
WANTED, to buy Household Effects, Feather
Bed?. Merchandise; state quantity. Box 177.
TWO LADIES wish the earn of a house m
rooms for party leaving the city, or would
do housekeeping for gentlemen or small fam?
ily; would endeavor to please and can give
good references. Address R. C. W., care this
WANTED, three ROOMS, furnished or unfur
nlshed, with board, for five adults, ?n a de
?liable location; must be located In Monroe
Ward. Address P. O. Box 819. State price;
SOFT CREAM CANDY AT KAEMPF'S, 110 N.
WANTED, to huy Foathnr Beds, highest c&ah
rrlce? paid; also Feathers Renovated. Thono
S7S1. CASPER BROS., ?205H W. Main
SOFT CREAM CANDY A1C KAEMPF'S, 110 N.
TO BE An Actor or Actress Take Tho Shortsat
rond to the stage via DANIELS' SCHOOL OF
ACTING; most complete school In the South;
private thentre In connection: 027 E. Broad.
SOFT CREAM CANDY At KAEMPF'S, 110 N.
BETTER thhn doctors snd modlclnos?DANIELS'
method uf deep ? breathing anil physical cul?
ture. It costs nothing to investigate; 027 K.
SOFT CREAM CANDY AT KAEMPF'S, 110 N.
LADIES' Cheat! and Butts Developed (no mas?
sage); results positively guaranteed: best city
reference; lady always In attendance DAN?
IELS' SCHOOL PHYSICAL CULTURE, 027 H.
Can you find the woman whom theso men have robbed?
Solution of puzzle In yesterday's Times-Dispatch: The face Is outlined by the
lawyer's vest _ _._._i.....a u-..u....nLuttfjBMlJ
MECKUM'8 RIVER: first-class board on reason?
able terms by C. II. PRICE.
LE NOEL, BON AIR, VA. For rates at this
delightful nearby family resort npply fo A. I".
NOEL. Bon Air, Va.
"C COTTAGE" opened for the soasoni good
table, comfortable rm.ros. Applv at once "C
COTTAGE," Ocean View. Vn.
BOARDERS WANTED; delightfully located, near
station; horoo-Uko accommodations I terms
reasonable. Mrs. \\\ II. HENDERSON.
Sn-oope. Augusta county, Va.
AW?TngS, TENTS-?tTd PLAGST
WE MAKE THE BE8T AWNINGS. 'Phone us
nnri we will Call :,?,] clro ?t?males. .1. ROSS
.TONES AND BRO., P02 East Broad.
OUR PRICES aro the lowest, 'Phone 257? and
we will call. M. G. COI'ELAND CO., IOS V
Nlnl h Street.
KHAVE RIOHT WHE?~'yOu~SHAV1::!
ESTES Is all right; 720 Main,_
COOLING. FACE MASSAGE ?REAM. TRY IT.
ESTES. Seven-Twenty-Stx Main. ESTES,
STYLISH HAIR CUTTING AT ESTES'.
ESTES' at Seventy-Twenly-Klx Main._
FIVE OF THE BEST negro halber? In Hie olty
can be found at R2S E. Main; LEWIS'.
TRY IT ONCE and you will try It again. Elfio
trio Face Massnge at LEWIS', 823 K. Main.
BOOTT (4 N. (1). ELECTRIC FACE MASSAGE.
BOOK-BINDING AND PRINTING.
MAGAZINES, BIBLES, etc, Rebound. S, B.
ADKtNS AND CO., No. o Governor Street.?
FRAPPE?YOU EAT IT?FRAFFF.
LAWN MOWER8 Sharpened and Repaired at
BLENNEIt'S, .'IIP N. Fifth Street._.
SPECIAL REMOVAL SALE. One-third off on
Mnntlea nnd Gns Fixtures. MORGAN II.
MILLS & CO.. 28 N. Ninth.
LADIES' Fino Oxford T?os at:?1.00. ALBERT
STEIN, corner Fifth and Broad Streets._
CHEAPEST Printing House in Richmond: Work
strictly flrsi-clss and up-to-date. Telephone
S3J1 If you have any doubts, nnd we will
convince y?>u that we can save you money.
Tills affects your pockethook, so keep us In
mind. HARRIS PRINTING CO.. 1303 East
WE KEPAIR SHOES at a low price: men'a
half solerl, 38c; heels. 15c; all work guar?
anteed. BALTIMORE SHOE HOUSE. 1710 E.
ALL GOODS must bo sold within tho naxt
thirty dnys regardless of cost. NEW B AND
IOC. STORE, No. 7 East Broad Street.
Daily Business Directory.
CARDS under this head are taken on three
months' contract, Dally nnd Sunday, at $1.50
pf-r month. _
BICYCLES AND TOYS,
TOMPKINS' 'CYCLE STORE, 311 West Broad.
PLUMBING AND MANTELS.
W. F. MAHONEY AND CO., 707 East Main.
THE DAVIS GALLERY, ?22 East Broad,
THAW AND GRANT, Richmond, Va.
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY.
W. E. DREW AND CO., 710 East Main,
NEW HOME SEWING M'CH. CO,, 002 E, Broad.
B. E. BISHOp77?2 East MaTn* '? " ? *
TIN-PLATE AND STOVES.
HARRIS II?IrDWAr? Coll *400 East BroadT"'
G E ? TSr_C ? LU M N.
A SINGLE LINE, run daily, $3,00 per month.
THIS TEE-DEE WANT ADV., run every other
day, one month, costs ifl.CO.
THIS TEE-DEE WANT ADV.. Sunday only,
costs only $1.12 for one month.
TEE-DEE WANT ADV. like this, Dally and. Sun
day, one month, costa S3.12.
"WE HAVE MADE a grcnt hit," ?o let th? good
work go on. Seven kind? Fancy Layer Cakes,
16c; our 25c. Pound Cakes are great sellers;
Ginger Snap?. 3'/jC. pound. DRINKABD'S,
42.1H, North Sixth.
ALL GOODS now In stock must he disposed of
by July B3tli r?gardless of C08t. NEW 0 AND
IOC STORE, No. 7 East limad Btrcei.
' SPECIAL NOTICE!
SHEPHERD'S Ice Cream Parlor??405 E. Broad.
BOFT CREAM CANDY AT KAEMPF'B, HO N.
MEN'S SHOKS HALF SOLED, 75C;
ladles, GOc. ; restltchod, no nails, no pegs,
best leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC
POWER SHOE FACTORY, 71G E. Main
Street. 'Phone-2C67. Will call and de?
liver. This advertisement good for 10c
WATER FILTERS, Latrobe Stoves, Plumbing
goods aln.ost st cost. Removal Rale. MOR?
GAN R. MILLS & CO.. 2? N. Ninth.
WE ARE going to move. Stock selling one
third Off. MORGAN R. MILLS & CO,. 2S N.
TO KEEP COOL.
SHEPHERD'S Pineaonle Rnow iefresho?.
TRY FRAPPE?YOU EAT IT.
At ALLEN'S?Nlnc-Slxteen Main.
JACOB UMLAUF, 708 W. Main Blreet?We do
all kinds of upholstery; make nice Hair Mat?
tresses to order; make over Hnlr Mnttresaef
like new; pack nnd ship furniture. China, etc.!
cut and make Slip Covers. Prices always
right. Bell 'phoDo 3202.
LABRATORY and As??v Cfflce of the Roekflsh
Mining and Milling Co., Nollysford, Va. Re?
liable Chemical Deiermlnntlons and Assays
at reasonable, price?.
. . . . t_.
NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVEN THAT TRU
COLONIAL AiiSIItANCi: COMPANY OF NEW
YORK ha? decided to withdraw from the State
of Virginia and that It linn no outstanding lia?
bilities In said State, nil policies having been
e.mco.llcd on June 1.1. 1P03. The co-npauy bas
no policies In force at the nresent rime.
YOUR MARKET BASKET.
FRESH BUTTER, EGOS AND CHEESE.
HATCHER (Th. 1SI4), Sixth-Street Market.
BUTTER. TRY HATCHER. BUTTER
Egg?. (Th. 1814.) Klxth-Slreet Mkt. Egg?.
Best Grocen'c?, Reasonable Price?, Beat Attentls?
At Any AUGUST ?UtO. CO. STORES.
Center City??111 E. Marshall Street.
Wo-t End? .120 W. Cary Street.
Ea?' End?1731 I!. Main Street.
price of \ )
Watxr runs down hill by
Itself. It lias to be pushed \
fee ACADEMY. 25c.
50c- TO-NiaiiT. 60c
AND THE RHINE
Success of tho
The Confederate Museum,
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Opens dally from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission. 25 cents. Freo on Saturday?.
SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY II, 1903.
10 O'clock Sharp.
75c Round-trip to Norfolk.75c
75c Round-trip to Newport News.75c
50c Children Under 12 Yearn.50c
Tickets Good to Return tho Following
FOURTH OF JULY
Will be Gala Day at Beach Park.
Special train will leave Richmond from
Southern Railway. Fourteenth-Street Sta?
tion, at 9:30 A. M-, returning, leave West
Point, at 7:30 P. M. 50c. round trip. Muslo
?urlng the entire day by Stein's Orches?
SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY EXCUR
Old Dominion Une. Steamer Berkeley,
leaves Richmond Friday evening. July
id, at. 7 P. M.? good returning, leaves
Norfolk Saturday evening, July 4th, or
Sunday, July Cth, at 7 P. M.
Fare for round trip, ?3.0O, Including
SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY BXCUR
Old rjrcnlnlon Line, Steamer Berkeley,
leaves Richmond Friday evening, July'
Sd, at 7 P- M.J good returning, leaves
Norfolk Saturday evening, July 4th, or
Sunday, July fith, at 7 P. M.
Fare for round trip, J3.O0, Including
SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY EXCUR?
Old Dominion Line, Steamer Berkeley,
leaves Richmond Friday evening, July
8d, at 7 P: M.; good returning, leaves
Norfolk Saturday evening, July 4th. or
Sunday. July 6th, at 7 P. M.
Fare for round trip, 13.00,' Including
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION
RATES-R..F. & P. R. R.
Tickets on sale July 2d. 3d and 4th be?
tween Richmond and Washington and In?
termediate points, at special reduced
rates, good returning until July ht?. In?
Apply to ticket agents, llyrd Street,
Elba or Main Street Stations, or Rich?
mond Transfer Company, MB Eai?t Main
Street, Jefferson Rote] and Murphy's
W. P. TAYLOR.
Eastern Slate Hospital,
Wllllamaburg. Va., June 17. IS03.
THE UNDEHHIfiNED WILL. UNTIL 12
o'clock THURSDAY, July 9, 1903, receive
healed proposals to furnish this Inslltu
t?Sn with GROCERIES, PRY GOODS,
SHOES, NOTIONS and other SUPPLIES
f'.r the three month? ending September
i?. 1963. A list of article? needed, (man;
titles of each, with Instructions how to
bid. delivery of goods and other details
funiUi.f'd oil application to A. BROOKS,
Stewfuil Latttrn State Hospital.
Virginia Trust Company
Richmond. Va.. June 23, 1903,
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS COM
pany have this day declared the usual
semi-annual dividend of three per cent,
?free of tax, payable on and after July
1. 1903. L. D. AYLETT.
Office Va. Fire and Marino in?. Co..
Richmond. Va., June 2?, lilil."
DIVIDEND.?THE DIRECTORS OF THIS CG. I
pany have declared a Seml-Annual DIVIDL.'fli
of FOUR PER CENT, (free of tax), payable
on JULY 1st next to Stockholders of record
on June 20th, 1003, from which date to July
8d following the Transfer lloo!/s will bo
closed. Check? for this dividend will bo
mailed to Stockholders. Changes of address
should be notified to the Company.
W. H. M'CARTIIY, Secretary.
Virginia State Insurance Co..
Richmond. Va.. June 2d, 1903.
THE BOARD OF DIECTORS OF THIS COM
pany have this day declared n Seml-Annual
DIVIDEND of THREE PER CENT, ?free of
tax), payable to the Stockholders JULY 3,
1903. Checks will bo mailed.
CUAS. K. WILLIS, Treasurer.
Merchant? National Bank.
Richmond. Va., June 25, 1903.
DIVIDEND NOTICE?THE BOARD OF DIREC
tors of this Bank have declined a Seml-Annual
DIVIDEND of FOUR PER CENT, on the capi?
tal stock out of the net earnings of the last
six months, payable on and after JULY 1,
1003. J. F. GLENN, Cashier.
Tho State Bank of Virginia,
Richmond. Va., June 25, 1003.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS HANK HAVE De?
clared a DIVIDEND of 3H PER CENT., puy
able on and after JULY 1, 1903.
WM. M. HILL, Cashier.
City Bank of Richmond,
Richmond. Va.. June 23. 1003.
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS HANK HAVE DE
clared the usual Seml-Annual DIVIDEND of
TnitEE PER CENT., payable on and afler
JULY 1. 1003.
J. W. SINT0N, Cashier.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
conducting tho Wholesale Grocery and
Liquor Business at Nos. 102, 104. 106 Vir?
ginia Stroet, Richmond, Va., under the
linn name of L. C. YOUNGER, in which
Gustavus Mlllhlser and the late Moses
Mlllhlser were tho special partners and
L. C. Younger the general partner, has
expired by limitation.
Tho said L. C. YOUNGER has boug.Tit
out tho interests of his late partners above
named In tho good will, stock of merchan?
dise and choses In axtion of said partner?
ship, and has assumed all Its liabilities.
All debts ?hie ' to sold lato partnership
must be paid to the said L. C, YOUNGER,
and all debts owed by it am to be present?
ed to him for payment when due.
L. C. YOUNGER,
GUSTAVUS WILLI USER.
Executor of Est. of M. Mlllhlser, Dec'cl.
Referring to the above notice, I will, on
nnd after this date, its successor to said late
partnership of L, C. YOUNGER, conduct
t.he Wholesale Grocery and Liquor Busi?
ness individually und for my own account
at the same place and under the same
style. I will continue to carry a full and
complete line of Staple and Fancy Groc?
eries, Liquors, Tobaccos and Cigars, and
solicit the continued patronage so liber?
ally extended the old firm.
Ju30-10t L. C. YOUNGER.
??.?? MASONIC NOTICE.?A STATED COM
XX munlcatlon of JO ITA LODGE, NO. 40,
/v,> A. F. and A. M.. will be huid at the
Mnbcmlc Temple THURSDAY, 2d Instant, at 7:30
O'clock P. M. MhhImth of ?liter lodges aim
tmiihleut brethren lire fraternally Invited to be
present. By order of the W. M.
GEORGE C. JEFFERSON, Secretory.
8,-??/"?> A1-L ROYAL ARCH MASONS AUE
??4?k? cordially invited to mieud h Slated
Hw Convocation nr RICHMOND ROYAL
ei?JN? ARCH ClIAI'TER, NO, >8, at tbo
MukouV Hall, on Franklin Slreet, THIS EVEN?
ING at S o'clock.
By order of the M. E. II. P.
GEO. F. KEESEE, Secretary.
Virginia-Carolin? Chemical Company,
Rlchuiimd. Vu., June 25, 10?i;i,
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE STDCK
li'.lders of VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL
COMPANY for receiving the annual report
of the Ilourd of Directors fer Hie cujtoiuary
ratification of ell acts of said Direct,.r? lince
the lust meeting of the Stockholder?, for the
election of plrector? and fur the tran?aci|oD
of turn other business u? umy legally tome
before the meeting, will be held in 1 lie prin?
cipal office uf tin- Company, No. 15 Eiehnngu
Placo, Jerbc) oily, county of Hudtou, Statu of
N,.?- Jersey, m J o'clock 1'. M. WEDKE6PAY,
July 22, 1U03; und I he transfer b""U for bulb
classe? of nock will be cloaed Horn July 2d
to July 224, both lucliulve.
s. D. CKENSHAW, Secretary,
SUNDAY AT ?EACH PARK.
Two fast trains next Sunday and every
Sunday to Beach Park. Leave Richmond
ill ?f.?'J A. M. and 4 1\ M. W>c. round Uli?.
THE GREENWOOD BOISE, "
On Blue Ridge Mountains, the nearest
Mountain Resort to Richmond In region
noted for scenery, healthfulness, water,
and fruit. Modern Improvements. Re?
duced rates. Christian management. Many
attractions. Send for circular.
Sun,tue,thru-lm Greenwood, Va,
Hotel Chamberlin,old ^irnj?i?amiort
Most magnificently situated and comforta?
bly furnished hotel on Atlantic coast.
Summer Rates, Juno to Oct.. ?3 per day
up. Special Weekly Rates. Orchestra, boat
Ing, bathing, sailing, Ashing, tennis, golf.
Largest military post In the country. Ren?
dezvous of North Atlantic Squadron. New
management, 1903. Booklets can be had at
offices C. & O. Ry. GEO. F. ADAMS, Mgr.
For YOUNG LAD?ES, Roanoke, Va.
OpensSept. 21,1903. Oneoftholeadlng Schools
for Young Ladies In the South. New buildings,
planosnndcquipment. Campus ten acres. Grand
mountain scenery in Valley ot Virginia, famed
for health. European nud American teachers.
Full course. Conservatory advantages in Art,
Music nnd Elocution. Certificates Wellesley.
Students from 30 StntCB. Kor catalotrtie address
M?TTIE P.. HARRIS, President, Roauolte, Va.
Woodberry Forest School for Boys
In front rank of Southern Preparatory Schools.
Testimonials required of every applicant. For
catalogue address J. CARTER WALKER, M. A.,
The Glebe School,
A SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
413 West Grace Street.
JUNIUS E. LEIGH, Head Master.
Tho second session of this school will
begin Monday, September 21, 1003. Pro
pares for colleges and universities. Pri?
mary Department for small boys. School
limited lo twenty-flvo boys. Early regis?
tration desirable-. Terms: $100 per year;
one-half payable on entrance and one-half
payable February 1st ensuing. Address
of Head Master, 821 W. Grace St.
Ellicolf City, Md.
A SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG MEN AND BOYS.
Special attention to Modern Lan?
guages, Science and Commerce.
Courses?Literary, Scientific, Com?
A thorough Preparatory Course for
boys not under twelve years.
Send for catalogue.
THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS.
McGuire's University School,
Opp. Monroe Park, Richmond, Vu.
Thirty-ninth session Sept IS, 1?03, to
June 18, IfXH. Entrance days Sept. l&tli
and 19th. School assembles on 22d. Hoard?
ers limited. Principal (it No. 7 N. Bob
videro after Sept. 6th, Catalogues at book
and drug stores or bv mall.
JOHN P. M'lJUIRE. Principal.
R. E. BLACKWELL, A. M.. LL. D.,
Healthful Location, Thorough Instruc?
tion. Moderate Charges. Next session will
open Sept. 10, JB03, For catalo?ue apply to
Roy, B. K. L1PSCOMB.
Secretary and Treasurer.
TO MY FRIDNDS AND TH?TfUBLIO?A report
U belutr circulated through tho clt,y Hun 1
h uve rodi> upan, nie cure darlo? tbo prevent
etrlke. Tlil? I PJOM miptialleally deny, und
1 defy the in.-n.oii i,r persone ?lio started thin
giouudleaa rumor lo face the charge. 1 huw
ulwuys been heartily In fuvor of Hie union end
11? mi'inliuia, und lliey dial! uhvuya have my
support. Thanking my frk-nda aud the publia
for puet fayora, and tislilii? a euiitlnutiuee of
tin- bunie, I beg to remain, Yours truly,
The Valentine Museum
ULEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPKN 10 A. M. TO f. P. M.
FREE ON SATURDAYS
The Favorite Resort of Many
Well-Known Richmond Families.
Atlantic City offers every known sum?
mer amusement and attraction. De?
lightful bathing beach; deep sea and
bay Ashing and yachting. Champion?
ship Golf Links, etc., etc.
I THE HOTEL DENNIS Is delight?
fully situated, directly on the beach,
?with unobstructed ocean view. Noted
for tho select class of its patronage.
Hot and cold sea water in private
haths. Write for booklet.
WALTER J. BUZBY.
Ocean View Hotel,
Sea Food of All Varieties at Hotel and
Booklets at All Railroad Offices.
Write J. HULL DA VIDSON, Mgr.
Willoughby Beach, Va.
The ahove Hotel is now open for the re?
ception of guests. The undersigned prom
1 ises the Table as well as everything else
appertaining to tho Hotel shall he First
The Bar has been supplied with the best
of Wines; etc.
Apply for rates,
J. A. KENNEDY.
JOHN C.? WOODLEY.
June 12-lmo. ' Proprietor?.
AMONG'THE MOUNTAINS: ATTRAC
tlve grounds; shade; large, airy rooms;
mille: fine social surroundings; dally
mail: telegraph. MISS BOYDEN,
Clsmont, Alhemarle, Va,
CROCKETT STRINGS AND BATHS
opens June 1st; elevation 2, 000 feet; arse?
nic. Bromide and Llthia "Waters; cures
Nervous Prostration. Rheumatism, Dys?
pepsia, Skin Eruptions, Kidney and Blad?
der Discuses and Ff-inale Troubles; clears
and beautifies the complexion. Write for
M. C. THOMAS. Manager,
Crockett Springs, Va.
Rare Opportunity for Summer. Great
accommodations! Excellent fare! Low
In lie-art of Virginia mountains. Mag?
nificent building, electric lights, steam
hem, Ideal rooms, suites with bath, ex
Derlenced hotel manager; board with
baths, ner month (except suites), $20 and
$25. Beautifully illustrated folder. Opens
Juno 15th: Buena Vista. Va.
Atlantic City, N. J.
Absolutely fireproof. Nn wood used In Its con
StrucUon. European plan. Open nil the year.
Thi! only abb?luu-l.v fireproof hotel In Atlantic
City. Pacing the Ocean, directly on the fqmoui
lloanlwulk, near Young's 1'Ier. 250 rooms, l'J?
priv?le halb?, with bol anil cold salt and fresh
water. Pure drinking water from our own Ar
Ui-lau will. Restaurant equal to any In .New
JAMI-S R. KEENAN, Propr.
Also, HOTEL GORDON, Washington, 1). 0.
SPECIAL RATES 10R JUNE AM) JULY
AT THE HOTEI. IBLESWORTH.
Iilrectly on the Ueacb ul Vlrnlnlu Avc-puc,
Allauili- city, N. J
Kileuslve tniprnri mcnts. Remodeled and
newly furnished eicbango. Capuclty BOO, Ilot
und cold sea wutir li, ?]) |,?|bs. Cafe und grill
room. Orehestra. Imerlcan and Kuropenu
plans. Write fur I.|,|,.t
_OSRORNB & PAINTER.
The Summer Rest
Will open JULY 1ST. Terms. $2 per week,
Apply at office, 711 East Franklin Street,
Tuesdays and Friday?. 6:30 to 7 P. M. j
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS,
THE HOMESTEAD HOTEL
will make special rates from June 16th
to August 15th to parties staying one
month or longer.
AMUSEMEiNTS-Golf Links and Club
House, Tennis and Squash Courts, Swim?
ming Pool, Fine Saddle Horses and Liv?
ery. Casino for Dancing, Royal Polnclana
Table unexcelled: Is supplied with fresh
vegetables and milk from Homestead gar?
den and dairy.
Luxurious baths and most curative wa?
ters known for Rheumatism. Gout, Obesi?
ty and Nervous Troubles.
Beachfront of Maryland Avenue, Atlantic City,
N. J. 100 ocean-iront room?, many with private
bath. Elevator and every convenience of a
first-class modern hotel. Special weekly "rates
for large parties and families. Coach meets all
uains. Illustrated booklet.
STOCKTON HOTEL, Cape May. N. J.
Facing directly on the ocean. Largest and moat
spacious on the coast; $20,000 expeuded In lm
provements this year. Cafe and Palm Garden
lvlih full orchestra till mi?nlght. Dauclng every
evening. Bowling alleys, billards, pool and plng
licng. Hates from $2.50 to $5 per day. Special
rates by the week. Reduced rates In July. Infor?
mation and booklet address H. M. CAKE.
GH AND ATLANTIC HOTEL,
aud Beach. At?
lantic City, N.
J. The largest
and finest; 350
r u a h o n a t) le.
Write for book?
let. CHAEL?.S ?. COPE.
HOTEL BEL AIR, NEWCASTLE, VA.
OPENS JUNE 1ST.
Under New Management.
Beautiful hotel, with every conveni?
ence and first-class cooking. Music and
dancing every evening. Fine Bass Fish?
ing. For terms address
MRS. HORACE WELLFORD JONES.
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRING'S. VA..
Celebrated for WONDERFUL cures -if
Dyspepsia. Stomach Troubles, Hemor?
rhoids of Kidney. Scrofula. Eczema and
Consumption, High altitude (2,000 feet);
free from fogs; beautiful drives and
walks; magnificent Golf Links, Tennis
Courts, splendid table, capacity S00.
Open June 1st. Write JAMES A. FRA
ZIER for illustrated booklet.
Why do you take a vacation? To
rest, or to work harder than you
do at home? If the former, and you
want real rest and health giving
Chloride Oalolutn and LUhla -water
to drink, balmy breezes (rom the
pinny woods to breathe Into your
lungs, and o beautiful new hotel
and sanatorium, with all modern
conveniences, to enjoy while ynu
are resting, send for a booklet and
let us Bhow you what we have, No
malaria, no hay fever, historio sur?
round! nga.oneof the finest hotels In
theBouth. Special Hummer rates,
ad. TheMeoklenburgi Chase 01ty,Vfl,
JORDAN WHITE BULPHUR SPRINGS,
Near Winchester, V?.
Stone and Brick llulldliigs. Mouutaln air, Sul?
phur and Iron Sprltifjs. Moderato ratea. Open
June 1 lo October I. Tor circular, etc., nddresB
C. M. EDELEN, Mallager.
Jordan Springs, Frederick Co., Va.
NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON.
Palling Wednesdays ut 10 A. M.
New York, July S. St. Paul. July 22.
Philadelphia, July 15. New York, August B.
Red Star Line.
Galling Saturday at 10 A. M.
Kruonlaud, July i. Finland, July 18.
?Seeland, July ll. Vaderlsnd, July 23,
I'lcrs 1-1 and 15, North Itlver.
Office, 7;i Broadway, N, ?.
W. 13. PALMER & CO.
Merchants and Miners
Steamship Lino. Direct Route to
Boston, Mass., and Providence, R, I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wednesday. Friday and Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday mid Satur?
day at 6 P. M. Passengers *and freight
taken for all New England points. Tick?
ets on sale at C. & o. Hy. and N. & W.
Ky. office-ei and No. 819 Hast Main Street.
R. U WRIGHT,' Act.. Norfolk, Va. ,
RC O P Richmond, Fredericks
? Is (X Is burg &. Potomac R. fl
Trains Leave Richmond?Northward.
3:51 A. M.. dally, Byrd St. Through.
0:45 A. M., daily. Main St. Through.
7:15 A. M., week days. Elba, A&hland ac?
8:00 A. M? Sunday oply. Byrd St.
8:40 A. M., week days. Byrd St. Through.
12:05 noon, weeK days. Byrd St. Through.
4:00 P. M.. week days Byrd St, 1'red
6:06 P. M.. daily. Main St. Through.
6:25 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:05 P. Mi. daily. Byrd St. Through.
Trains Arrive Richmond?Southward.
6:40 A. M.. week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:15 A. M., week days. Byrd St.. Fred
8:S5 A. M.. dally. Byrd St. Through
11:55 A. M. week days. Byrd St. Through.
2:05 P. M., dally. Main St. Through.
5:00 P. M., week days. Elba, Ashland ac?
7:15 P. M.. dally, Byrd St. Through.
9:00 P. M? dally. Byrd St. Through.
10:29 P. M., dally. Main St. Through.
Note?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cars
on all trains ?xcept local accommodations.
W. D. DUKE, C. TV. CULP. W. P. TAYLOR.
Gen'l Man'r. .oss't Gen'l Man'r. Traf. Man'f
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:00 A. M., NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar?
rives Norfolk 11:20 A X Stops only al
Petersburg Waverly and auffolk.
9:06 A. M. CHICAGO EXPRESS, Buffet
Parlor Car. Petersburg to Lynchburg and
Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, Bluerield to Cincinnati: also
Roanoke to Kndxvllle, and Knoxville to
Chattanooga and Memphis.
12:20 P. M., ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Farmvllle, Lynchburcr ?ind Roanoke.
3:00 P. M.. OCEAN "SHORE LIMITED.
Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only r.t
Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk. Connects
with steamcry to Boston. Providence. New
York, Baltimore and Washington.
7:25 P. M., for Norfolk and all stations
east of Petersburg.
9:40 P. M., NEW ORLEANS SHORT
LINE. Pullman Sleepers. Richmond to
Lynchburg and Roanoke; Petersburg to
East Radford; Lynchburg to Chattanooga,
Memphis and New Orleans. Cafe Dining
Trains arrive from the West 7:35 A. M..
2 P. M. and 8:55 P. M.? from Norfolk 11:00
A. M. and 7:20 P. M.
Ottice .\'o. WS East Main Street.
W. B. BEVILL. C. H. BOSLEY.
Gen. Pass. Agent- D?a Pass. Agent.
Air Line Railway
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
2:20 P, M.?Seaboard Mail-10:25 P. M.
Seaboard Express?To Savannah, Jack?
sonville, Atlanta and Southwost,
9:10 A. M.?Local?For Norllna and Ham?
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
0:35 A. M.?No. 34?4:55 P. M.?No. 66
From Florida. Atlanta and Southwest.
6:30 P. M.?From Norllna and local
City Ticket Offlco S30 East Main Street
Night Una for \lorh\\
Leave Richmond daily at 7 P.
M., stopping at Newport News
in both directions.
Daily except Sunday by C. and O. Rail,
way, 9:00 A. M? 4 P. M? 9 A. M. and 3
P. M. by N. and W. Railway; all linca
connect at Norfolk with direct steamen
for New York, sailing dally except Sun?
day. 7 P. M.
Steamers sail from company's wharf
(foot of Ash Street) Rock?tts.
K. F. CHALKLEY. City Ticket Agent.
1212 E. Main Street.
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent. Wharf Foot of
Ash Street, Richmond, Va.
H, B. WALKER, V. P. & T. M.. New York.
tunMM BAY LINE TO BALTIMORE
ITOlSSw? V'11 ?' * ?- aw/' ?na ?ld Point,
\\W?M U. 8 MAIL HOUTE.
1W-M -"^ Leave Itlchmond via C. & o. ,???\]j
\\KSSS?BBL excent Sunday, at 4 P. M., con
In necllng ut Old Point with meunier?
11 of Old Buy Line, leaving 7:15 i;
V M., arriving imitlinore 0:30 A. M.,
connecting North, East and West, For llcketa
and information upply to C. & 0, Rwy., itlch?
mond Trauifcr Corcmauy, or 830 East Main St.
Clyde Steamship Co.'$
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Freight- received and delivered daiiy at 1
C. & O. R'w'y Co.'s' depot, Seventeenth |
and Broad Streets.
Juno It, 1?CI.
& Ohio fy.
2 Hours and 25 Minutes to No folk,
L,tlA.Vr; JtiCUMO.N 1>? EISTHOL'ND
7:45 A. M.?Dally?Local t< .Newport Newg
and way utatfon?.
9:00 A. M.?Dally?LJraIled-,lrrlre? Wlitaros
bnrg 0:50 a. M.. Newport Ne?? i(J3o A.
M., Old Point 11:00 A. II., Norfolk 11:23
4:00 V. M.?Week day??Special?Arrlv? Wll
Ii?tn?burR 4:50 p. M.. Ntwport New 0:30
P. M., Old Point 8:00 P. M., S.rrolk
0:25 P. M.
5:00 P. M.? Dally?Local to Old Point.
MAIN LINE- WESTBOUND.
10:10 A. M.?Local?Daily to CbarJotKTtlle,
except Sunday to Clifton Ferne.
2:00 P. M?Dally?SnecJ?| to ClnciDatl.
LouUvllIe, St. Lou I? and Chicago.
6:15 P. M.?Week days?Local to G-jrdonTllle.
10:30 P. Si.?Dally?Limited to Clncinatl.
Louisville, St. Loul? and Chicago.
JAMES RIVER LINE. J
10:20 A. M.?Dally?Express to Lyncjinrg,
Cllftoo Forge and principal statins.
5:15 P. M.?Week day??Local to Warr.-t
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND l'ROM
Norfolk and Old Point 10:O5 A. M. lally.'
11:4.' A M. Ex. Hun., and 7:00 P. If. tally.
Newport News Local 7:6f P. M. dally. I
From Clnclnnall and VeM 7:45 A. M. pallr
and 3:50 P. M. dally, Main Lino Local from
CllftOD Forge 8:10 P. M. Ex. Sun. from Clfton
Forge, dnliy from Chatlotteavllle. Gordouvllli
Accom. 8:30 A. 'M. Ex. Sun.
James River Line Loral from Clifton jorgq
0:35 P. M, dally. Warien Accom. 8:40 .i M
? nnvi n \v r? irinTiip^l
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MA? 24, lfcU,
'lu a. .Va i.i.i.ni. ulU'iuiu^D,
7.CO A. M.?uully. Local tor C-nurlott?.
12:50 P. M.?Daily. Limited. Buitet Pull?
man to Atlanta and Birmingham, New
Orleans, Menip?s, Chattanooga and all
0:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Chasa City lo
11:06 P. M.-Dally. Limited; Pullman
ready 9:3o P. Si., for all the South.
YORrf HIVER LINE.
Tho favorite route to Baltimore and
eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P.
M. Daily, excert Sunday.
6:OJ A. M.?Except Sunday. Local mixed
for West Porn.
2:15 P. M.-I/cal for West Point
4:30 P. M.?Except Sunday. For West
Point, connecting with steamers for Bal?
timore and river landings.
TBAINS ARBIVE RICHMOND.
6:55 A. M. and 6:25 P. M.?From all tha
3:25 P. M.
8:40 A. M.-From Chase City.
9:15 A. M.-Baltimore and West Point.
4:50 P. M.-From West Poln'.
C. H. ACKSRT. S. H. HaRDWICK,
G. M. O. P. A.
O. W. WKSTBUUY. 1). P. A., illcbmond. V?.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
IRAlMi LEAVE RICHMOND DAIL?-.
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY. MAY 24TH.
y-.O? A. M. A. C. L. Express to all poinU
?:ixi A. M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
12:-0 P. M. Petersburg and N. & W. West.
3:00 ?>. M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
14:10 P. M. Goldsboro Local.
5:65 P. M. Petersburg local .
7:25 P. M., "Florida and West Indian
Limited." to all points South.
0:40 P. M. Petersburg and N. & W, West,
U:3i) P. M. Petersburg local.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
3:<3 A. M., 7:35 A. M? 8:25 A. M., except
Surday, 11:25 A. M., 11:00 A. M.. 2:00 P.
M. 7:20 P. M., 7:45 P. M.. S:55 P. M.
t Except Sundny.
C. S. CAMPBELL. DIv. Pass. AgL
W. J. CRAIG. Gen. Pass. Aart.
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Befiinnine April 1st. 1902,
Cars leave corner Perry and Seventh
Streets, Manchester, every hour <on th?
hour) lrom a A. M. to 10 P. M., la-st car
11:60 P. M.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Syca?
more Street, every hour from 6:30 A. M.
to 10:30 P. M.
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAIi
60 CENTS?ROUND TRIP-? CENTS.
WEST POINT, VA.
Special chartered tra?na leuvlng So.
Ry, Pepor, Fourteenth St,
Jj've Richmond I):80 A. M. & -1 P. M.
Li've West Point 8 P; M. & 10:30P. M.