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ttHS RICHMOND Mil? Orphan Society desire?
to ??cur? tb? servi??? n( ? mile TEArilF.lt
to tslte chsrg? of th? school tit the nsylnm
florins th? coming s??slon; th? position pays
|,VH1 * vc?r ?nd bonrd. Applications should
b* mud? nt on?? to W. S COPBLANII, Chslr
roan School Ocmmtttee, Tlmos-IMspMeh Build?
WANTED, COOK who win wash ?nd Iron. Ap?
ply JUI W. Msln Street.
WANTED. ? good COOK: ? (rood home to the
right party. Apply 1*42 W. Franklin.
A SUCCESSFUL teacher desire? ? position)
brunch??. Menor Mathematics. I.?tin. Modern
tangling??; usnnl English branch?!; Music,
Drawing. Ml" A. P.. Lennlg, V?.
WANTED, by young lady holding flrat grid?
certificate, teaching English brunch??. Music
nnd Art: private or public school; throe yenrs'
experience. Address Box 11, Spcrry ville, llnp
palinnnook county. Vn.
A METHODIST LADY desires a comfortable and
a pleasant home with agreeable people n?
tearbor of voting children. Address Miss K.,
No. Hi Adam Street. Petersburg, Va. Ref?
erences given and requited.
WANTED?A lady of experience In teaching
wishes a position for the coming session. Ad?
dress Miss .1. A. F.. Chariot tisvllle. Vn.
WANTED, by R. former student of Hollins In.
stltnte. a position ns tendier in a fumlly or
a private school; nnallflcatlons. th? nstinl Eng?
lish branches. Latin and Music. Address Bol
47. Round Hill. Va._
BOOKBINDER WANTED; a reliable man of
good br.blts. who is n ruler, forwarder and a
finisher: steady employment nnd good wage?.
HAMMOND'S PRINTING WORKS, llonnoke,
WANTED, ln wholesale offloe, experienced male
Stenographer and Remlngtop Operator; ?tato
fullv nge. ??pprlenee, sp?ed nnd ?alary wanted.
JOBBER, cure tbl? office.
WANTED, two ?r?t-ola?i white BARBEES at
once. HALL AND STEPHKNSON, 118 Syca?
more Street, Petersburg, Va.
THIRTY-FIVE MEN wanted, hustler?, who are
not sfrald of work. Apply ROOM 17, Tlmes
WANTED, a registered DRT/0 CLERK at once?
single. Addrces, with reference?, W. M. C,
enre this office.
WANTED, AGENTS to take order? for an
thorized "Life of Pope Leo XIII.?' .Written
with approbation and blessing of Flln Holiness.
Over flOO pages: elnhorntely Illustrated; sells
,nt sight; best terms; book? on credit; freight
pnid. Sample, with full Instruction?, postpnld
free on application. Address GLOBE BIBLE
PUBLISHING CO., 723 Chestnut St., Phlla..
WANTED, experienced BOOK-KEEPER, to com
menee September lat; state experience, where
lnst employed: reference, snlnry expected. Ad
drefS THE T. E. ROBERTS TOBACCO CO..
Cbns? City, Va.
YOUNG MAN for office and collecting position,
'his city: solar? $20 weekly: chance for pro?
motion; experience unnecessary: good address
and references required. Address MANAGER
CLINE, Colonial Co.. Rochester, N. .T.
WANTED, by ? young man, 17 years of ago,
who has had three years' experience In offiro
work and has had a fair schooling, would
like to have a Job either ln nn office or whole?
sale business. Address ONION STRIKE, care
WANTED?Several sets mercantile hooks can
he kept at night? ?ml fpo?l.il work dono on
large books bv [irnrtlr.il book-keeper. Address
P. O. Pot 17?. t-My.
WANTED, by an experienced farmer, a position
a? manager on large farm; bot Inferences.
Address Farmer, It. F. D. Honte r?. Richmond,
WANTED, to buy Feather Bed?: highest cash
prices paid: also Feathers Renovated. 'Phone
B7S1< CASPKIt BROS., 120514 W. Main
WANTED, from twelve (1C) to fifteen (1&)
thousand dollars for working capital In young,
attractive, growing Richmond manufacturing
enterprise; Interview direct with Investor. l\
O. Boi 841. Richmond. Va.
WANTED, to rent or will lease a ?mall place,
near the city, nn or near the car line. Ad?
dress "RURAL," care this office.
WANTED, 60,000 old BRICKS; purohsssr will
haul them. Address BRICKS, care this ofTlro.
WANTED, Iron Office. SAFE; very lirgo and
tall. Address, stating price and where can bo
seen. P. O. Dorr No. MS, city.
SALE OMEN '..WANTED.
WANTED, good, live, enorgetio young MEN to
represent China ware factory nnd to travel the
State of Virginia on commission: traveling ex?
penses advanced where satisfactory references
can be given; nn elecant opportunity to make
money. Address CHINA, core tills office.
THE ONLY authorized life of Popo Leo XIII.
Written wlih the encouragement, approbation
and blessing of HI? Holiness, hi >Icr. Her
nard O'Reilly, 1). D., Lb. I)., who for eight
years lived In tho Vatican as Domestic Frelate
to the Tope. This distinguished American au?
thor was summoned to Rome ami appointed by
the Pope as his officiai biographer. Approved
end recognized hr Cardinal C.thhons and all
Church authorities S ?he only official hin?
rraphv of the PopiaVv?- r Sou pages, mngnl?
llcentiy Illustrated; ^* raHoled opportunity
for agents; best couiujisSIOil; elegant outfit
free. Send m rents for postage. Til h
JOHN C. WINSTON CO., 7]S Arch St., Phila?
?EN AND WOMEN soil "Official Life of Pop?
Leo XIII;" only biography by Catholic pub?
lishers; endorsed by clergy. Send 25c. mailing
cost, for prospectus and 20x28 portrait nf
Pope Leo. IIYLANI) AND CO., 325 Dearborn,
AGENTS?Get tho only authentic "Life of Pope
Leo" by his secretary, with Introduction by
Cardinal Gibbons, H languages; magnificent 12?
color lithograph, 18*18, free with book; best
terms; credit: outfit free. PATRICK
M'BRADY, Star RUlg., Chicago.
OFFICIAL LIFE of Popo Leo XIII.; big hook,
with large photograph ns premium; liberal
terms: ontflt free. 1L1FF AND CO., ftM?
EXTRAORDINARY TERM8 on official lifo of
Pope; endorsed by Cardinal QibbOhSj stne
tloned by Archbishop Qulgley; largest and
only life with 100 lithograph and halftone
pictures; commission or $.". per dav snl.irv;
freight paid; credit: free outfit. He quick.
MONARCH BOOK en., Philadelphia, Pa,
Customer?Where is Mr. Jones, who first showed mo this desk?
Solution of puzzle In ycsteraay's Tlmes-Dlspatch: A Bad Penny Always Comes
Daily Business Directory.
CARDS under thl? head aro t?h?n on thr?e
month?' contract, Dallv nnd Sunday, nt fl-'n
B ?CYCLES AN ?"TOYS.
TOMPKIN8' 'CYCLE STORE, 311 West Broad, j
W. F, MAHONEY AND. CO., 707 East M?ln.
THE DAVIS GALLERY, 222 East Broad^_
THAW AND GRANT, Richmond, Va^_
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY.
W. E. DREW AND CO., 710 East Main,
THE NEW HOME (Ph. 1445). 002 East Broad.
8. E. BISHOP, 702 East Main.
HARRIB HARDWARE CO.. 400 Ent.t Bro?d.
WANTED, in private cottage at Virginia Be?ch,
near tho Princes Anno Hotel, refined BOARD'
KHS. Address WARD COTTAGE, Virginia
SUMMER BOARD, Virginia Mountain?! large,
pleasure grounds nnd ?hade; tennis, golf, swim
mlng pool; saddle horses and vehicle?: cir?
culars; city references. RANDOLPH, Ken
wick, Alhemorlo county, Vn.
THE MISSES PITYE, of Virginia, permanent
and transient boarding! New York City, 147
nnd lfiO East ,17th Streol ; Richmond, Vn., 11,1
and 115 Enat Franklin Street.
SUMMER BOARDERS, six miles from Richmond,
on the ninln line of C. nnd 0. Uy.: boating
and bathing; hot and cold baths In house; con?
venient train service. Address "RUTLAND,"
cure this office.
WANTED, BOARD for motormen and conductor?,
Address, ?tnting term", location, etc., VA.
PASSENGER AND POWER CO., Seventh and
WANTED, two deslrahlo second-floor ROOMS,
with first-class Board, for Mdv nnd son. Ad
dress Mrs. "A.," Box 2Sfi. city.
"boa r d e"rs~ WANTE~?T
BOARDERS WANTED at a quiet, hospitable
home: delightful Blind.-: pine? for comfort
nnd rest. REPOSE, Montfort. Ornngc county,
WANTED, from twelve ($12.000) to fifteen
(Slfi.OOO) thousand dollars for working capltnl
ln young, nttt active, growing Richmond manu?
facturing enterprise; Interview direct with in?
vestor. P. O. Box .141, Richmond, Va.
TOR SALE?An established mercantile business,
nine years old; will bear closest investigation:
profits large; applicants with name and ad?
dress only will be considered. Addreas ES?
TABLISHED BUSINESS, care thl? offlct.
LOST?A gold Kasonio CHARM. A suitable re?
v?i?r, i?1.1 h? I""?1 ,or leaving some at the
___._ D C0,'S ?IBWELBY STORE.
LOST?Near the corner of 8o.vontoe.nth and Oary,
one wagon SADDLE and WtKKC.HI.VO. Suit?
able reward given. I). OSILI.IVAN. 12 N.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS.
WE MAKE THE BEST AWNINOH. 'Phone u?
and we will call and give estimates. J. ROSS
JONES AND RKO., 002 East Broad.
BOOK-BINDING, AND PRINTING.
MAGAZINES, BIBLES, etc., Rahound. S, B.
ADKINS AND CO.. No. 0 Governor Street.
THE NICEST, cleansst barber ?hop in th? city.
LEWIS'. 829 East Main.
IT'S GOOD-A ?have at LEWIS', 828 E. M?ln.
6C0TT (4 N. 9). ELECTRIC FADE MASSAOE.
NOTICE?For th? next 30 day? I Trill ?ill ?very
man's and boys' suits at half price. Don't
fall to see this special offering: all ?lie?.
SAMUEL E. DUGGINS, 2 West Ilroad Street.
ICE CREAM, $1 tur Gallon, fruit?, Oake?,
Delicacies at bottom price?. 'Phono 2253.
WINSTON'S. 637 Brook Avenue.
LAWN MOWERS Sharpened and Repaired at
BLENNER'S. 310 N. Fifth Street.
$225?Afine Upright Piano, In beautiful Ma?
hogany Case, a splendid Instrument of old
reliable make, triple strung; three pedals, all
modern Improvements, nn up-to-date Plauo In
eery reBpcct for only $225. Term? $10 cash
nnd $7 per month. 8TIEFF, No. 481 East
$25?A good, rellablo Square, PIANO, Juit th?
thing for a beginner, In good condition. Terms.
$5 cash and $3 per moDth. STIEFF, No. 431
F.ost Broad Street.
WE HAVE A NUMBER of good ?eoond-tmnd
Square PIANOS. In good condition, that we
have taken In exchange, that we will ?ell nt
n sacrifice to make room for new goods.
Wo bave our expert workmen placo them In
perfect order and will ?ell them at these
sacrifico prices to clone them out. first como
first served. Prices, $15, $20. $25, $30. $35, $40
$50, and so on up to $100. STIEFF. No.
431 East Broad Street.
WE HAVE A NUMBER of new and ?eoond
hand L'prlfjt PIANOS that wo have cut the
price so that we can meet your demands; we
don't care what tiey are, come In and see
them, we will convince you: Investigate.
STIEFF. No. 431 East Brood Street.
LADIES' Fine Oxford Tie? at ?LOO. ALBERT
STEIN, corner Fifth and Brond Street?.
WATER FILTERS, LMrobe Stove?, Plumbing
good? almost nt cost. Komovnl Sale. MUR
GAN R. MILLS A- CO., 2S N. Ninth.
WE ARE going to move. Stock Billing one
thlr* oft. MORGAN R. MILLS & CO.. 2? N.
SODA TICKETS FREE.
BO SODA WATER TIOKETS given ?way every
dnv at BRANCH R. ALLEN'S. 010 Enst Mnln
$1,25 FOR HALF CORD Kiln-Dried Oooklng and
Kindling Wood, delivered; oak and pine. wood,
rhenonst cook fuel. See or 'phone 3. B.
SHEPHERD'S Pineannle Snow fcefreihe?.
WE REPAIR SHOE!',, at a low priooi man'i
half soled. 35c; bi.i.1?, 15c; all work guar?
anteed. BALTIMORE SHOK HOU?E, 1710 ?.
i you ft, marketCbaskBty
....?>-?^??.,... I ??<
FRESH BUTTER, EGOS AND CHEESE.
HATCMEH ('Ph. 1S14). Sixth-Street Market
BUTTER. TRY HATOHER. BUTTER
Eggs. ('Ph. 1814.) Sixth-Street Mkt. Egg?.
Best flrooerle?, Rea?onablo Prlco?, Belt AttantlM
At Anv At'CFRT (1110. CO. STORE?.
Center Cltv?nil K. Marshall Street.
West End? 320 W. Cnry Street.
Esst End?1731 E. Main Street.
TO KEEP COOL.
SHEPHERD'S lee Cream Parlor??405 E. Broad.
MANTLES AND GAS FIXTURES.
SPECIAL REMOVAL BALE. One-third off on
Monties and Coo Fixtures. MORCAN H.
MILLS A CO., 2S N. Ninth.
ARE PAYING OTHERS
WILL PAY YOU
SAMPLE NO. ONE.
?3,90 WILL PAY for a Tee-Dee Want Adv.
like this, Dally and Sunday, nno month.
SAMPLE NO, TWO.
BUN EVERY other day. for ono month, a
Tee-Dee Want Adv. like thl?, conta $1.03.
SAMPLE NO. THREE.
TEE-DEE WANT AD8. can be run Daily
and Snnd?y, every other day, Sunday only,
or any way you please. This ad?. 8undny
only, one month, ?1.00.
SAMPLE NO. FOUR.
BET THIS -way, Sunday only, on? month, 06o.
SAMPLE NO. FIVE.
THIS ADV. has fifteen words, and cost?,
run Sunday only, for one monta, t?c.
THE TEE-DEE Daily Butine?? Directory on
this page 1? good value. See term? under
heading in another column; $1.50 per
BIG VALUES FOR LITTLE MONEY!
(Approved July 17. 1903.} _
AUTHORIZING THE CONSTRUCTION
OF MANURE VAULTS AND THE
PLACING OF MANURE BOXES IN
THE ALLEYS OF THE CITY. AND TO
PROVIDE THE MANNER OF OB?
TAINING PERMITS FOR THE SAME.
Be It ordained by the Council of the
city of Richmond: . .
1. That the owner of any lot abutting on
any alley of the city may construct in
the allev on which such lot abuts a man?
ure vault of such dimensions as may bo
prescribed by the City Engineer, the wall3
and bottom of said vaults to bo of brick,
laid In cement mortar, or of concreto con?
struction, with granite coping and covered
with heavy Iron doors, the work to bo
done In accordance with plans filed with
the City Engineer, under his supervision
and in a manner satisfactory to .him; or
Instead of such manure vault the owner
or occupier of anv stable located on any
allev in the city may locate In such alley,
Immediately adjacent to his stable build?
ing, a manure box of such dimensions and
construction ns may be authorized by tho
2. Anv person desiring to construct a
manure vault shall make application in
writing for a permit to the Cfty Engineer,
ln which tho applicant shall stipulate that
he and those claiming under him will In?
demnify and save harmless the city from
any accident, damage or injury to the
property of the city or damage to any
person or property by reason of tho im?
proper construction or negligent mainte?
nance of such vault, and also stipulating
that when so required by the city he will
remove such vault, and under the super?
vision of the City Engineer restore tho
alley to Its former condition; and any per?
son desiring to l?ente and maintain a
manure box In an alloy shall annually
make application in writing to the City
Engineer for a permit therefor, in which
the applicant shall stipulate thnt he will
indemnify and save harmless the city
from any accident, damage or Injury to
anv person or property by reason of the
location of such manure box in tho alley
or its negligent maintenance, and also
stipulate that when so required by the
city he will remove such box from tho
8. The deposit , ln such vaults and
boxes shall ..be removed and the same
clennsed'and kept in a sanitary condition
under such rules and regulations as may
bo prescribed by tho Board of Health,
4. Any person violating any of the pro?
visions of thin ordinance, or constructing
or maintaining a manure vault or box in
anv alley of the city otherwise than herein
provided shall be liable to a lino of not
less than two nor more than ten dollars,
and each day'F continuance of such Illegal
vault or box shall be deemed a separate
6. This ordinance shall bo in force from
BEN T. AUGUST,
Julya-5t City Clerk.
Don't Rent ! Buy !
Ten minutes from Broad Street;
I? rent fare; slate roqf, water, sewers;
100 feet front? $3,500; beautiful place,
photo at office.
REAL ESTATE TRUST CO.
TO FINISH CONTRACTS
(By Associated Presa.)
PORTLAND, MIS., July ??.-At thjs !
close of the hearing In Uie I'nitert States
Circuit Court to-day on the bill In equity
brought by Roland V. Conklin and others
againEt the United States ?l?pbullding
Company for the appointment of James
Smith, Jr., of New Jersey, as auxiliary
receiver of the company for the Maine
district, Judge ]*utnani intimated that
he would enter a decree that the Bath
Iron Work? and the Hyde Windlass Com?
pany, of Bath, be allowed to complete
their contracts before being turned over
to the receiver. The Bath Company has
several large contracts on hand, Includ?
ing the construction of the United braies
cruiser Cleveland and the battleship
A formal decree will be entered liter.
WILMINGTON. LKL, July 22.-At a
Joint meeting of the creditors and offi?
cials of the Harlan and. Holllp.g'sworth,
Company and Receiver Smith, of ihe
United States Shipbuilding Company, who
1h also ancllllary receiver of the Harlan
and Holllngsworth Company, a propo?
sition wie submitted to the creditors that
the receiver continue the. plant as a going
oonc.ern. applying Hi? profits. If any,
to the payment of the concern's pbllga?
tlons. The proposition was accepted by
?he creditors and a committee- was tp?
pointed, to co upeiitii with Receiver
Smith In cwrylng Ute proposition lnlo
TO ALLOW THE SEABOARD. AIR LINB3
RAILWAY, A TRUNK RAILWAY, TO
CONSTRUCT AND OPERATE CER?
TAIN TRACKS ACROSS FRANKLIN
STREET, BETWEEN FIFTEENTH
AND SIXTEENTH STREETS.
(Approved July 17, 1903.)
Be It ordained by the Council of the
city of Richmond:
1. That permission Is hereby granted the
Seaboard Air Line Railway, a Trunk
Railway, to construct nnd operate with
all necessary cars and engines, under the
conditions and upon the terms hereinafter
set forth, four trncks across Franklin
Street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
Streets, from Its yards on the north side
of Franklin Street, over and across said
Franklin Street to tho yards to bo estab?
lished on the south side of Franklin
2. Tho said company shall replace and
repair so much of said street as may be
injured by tho laying of said tracks and
keep the same in proper repair, and re
pave whenever the city shall repave, and
with the same material between tho rails
of said tracks and between the tracks
and for two feet on each side thereof, nnd
for two feet on each side of the outer
rails of said tracks.
3. No cars shall be allowed to stand
londed or unloaded on nny portion of said
tracks in Franklin Street; no cars shall
be moved on any pnrt of said tracks in
Franklin Street between the hours of 7
A. M. and 7 P. M., except during the
hour from 12 M. to 1 P. M., and shall not
occupy the street by moving cars thereon
or across longer than three minutes at
any one time.
4. The permission hereby granted is
given upon the express condition that the
snid Seaboard Air Line Railway, or its
successors, will indemnify, reimburse, and
save harmless the city of Richmond for
any charges, damages, or costs that the
said city may be required to pay by rea?
son of any person being Injured or dam?
aged In nny way, In property or person,
by reason of the construction or mainte?
nance of the aforesaid tracks, or by rea?
son of the operation of the cars thereon.
5. The said tracks, ns to location, grade,
manner and material of construction,
shnll be laid subject to tho approval of
the City Engineer.
fi. The permission hereby granted shall
be at all times subject to amendment or
revocation by the City Council; and shall
be subject to all ordinances now In force
or that may hereafter be adopted as to
the streets of the city of Richmond.
7. Upon revocation of tho permission
heieby granted, it shall be tha duty of the
said company, at Its own expense, within
sixty days to have the said entire tracks
removed, nnd thnt part of the street affect?
ed by said removal put into a. condition sim?
ilar to tho remainder of said street at tho
time of said removal. For a failure to
conform fully to the provisions of this
ordinance, or any requirement made
therein, or any amendment or revocation
Uiereof, said company shall bo liable to a
fine of not less than ten. nor moro than
one hundred dollars, to be Imposed by the
Police Justice of the city of Richmond,
each day's failure to be n separate of?
8, This ordinance shall he In force from
BEN T. AUGUST,
July 21-St_City Clerk.
sealed bids will be received
until 12 o'clock M. TUESDAY. July 2S,
1903, for furnishing ihe Penitentiary
with FUEL as follows: 000 Tons Good
Steam Coal. ISO Tons Egg Anthracite
Coal, 7ii Tons Nut Anthracite Coal, 1?0
Cords Good Seasoned Pine Wood. De?
livery to bo made nt the Penitentiary
free of drayage and as follows: All An?
thracite Coal not later than September
SO, 1903. We have storage also for 20(1
Tons Steam Conl nnd two Carloads of
Wood. Balance to be delivered at such
time* and In such quantities as the Su?
perintendent may direct.
Hy order of the Board of Directors.
O. M. HELMS, Superintendent.
reWATSWar gWKf ^/^rr^^rmK^BlMaXBTEEim
75,000 Old Bricks.
Must be CLEAN and In GOOD
Purchaser will haul them.
State quantity on hand.
P. O. Box 929, City.
The Confederate Museu'?,
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Opens dully from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission. 2? cunts. Fret on Saturday?.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 5 i>. M.
FREE ON SATURDAY?
Instruction Is offered In languages,
sciences, philosophy, history, and Juris
nrudonee. Courses of study lead to the
degrees of R. S-, B. A., M. A., and Bach?
elor of Low. Modern and well equipped,
library and laboratories.
Next session begins Sent. 24. Address
President F. W. BOATWRIGHT,
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.,
For YOUNG LADiES, Roanoke, Va.
OpensSept. 21,1903. Oneof the leading Schools
for Young Ladles In the South. New buildings,
pianosandequlpment. Campusten acres. Grand
mountain scenery in Valley ot Virginia, famed
for health. European and American teachers.
Full course. Conservatory advantages In Art,
Music and Elocution. CcrtlQcnte? Welleslcy.
Students from 80 Stntcs. For catalogue addrets
MAT?11? I'. HARRIS, President, Roauokc, Va.
Be?levwe High School,
BEDFORD COUNTY, VA.
A thoroughly equipped school, com?
plete in all its appointments, of high
grade, for hoys and young: men.
For catalogue or iniormatlon apply to
W. Ft. ABBOT, Principal,
Bellevue P. O., Va.
TnIv?rsity of vjrgih?aT
It is tho Capstone of the Public School
System of the State. FREE TO VIR?
GINIANS In tho Academic, Department
LETTERS, SCIENCE, LAW,
Session begins 15TH ' SEPTEMBER.
For Catalogue address J. M. PAGE,
Chairman, Charlottosville, Va.
MOUNT DE SALES.
ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION.
Buildings and grounds extensive and
attractive. Situation healthful; and view
of Baltimore, hills, river, and bay beauti?
ful. Accessible by electric car routes.
Thorough work In English, Science, Music,
Art, and Languages. Illustrated catalo?
gues tent on application to
WOMAN'S MEDICAL COLLEGE
Corner McCullnn and Hoffman sts., Baltimore,
Md. Special attention paid to each individual
student. Thorough clinical Instructions. Well
lighted and equipped laboratories, Term? mud
ItlCII'I) HENRS THOMAS, M. P., Beau.
NEAR OIIAltLOTTKSVlLLl?, VA.
For Boy?. Fully equipped. Send for Catalogue.
JOHN R. SAMPSON, A. M., Principal.
R. E. BLACKWELL, A. M.. LL,' D.,
Healthful Location. Thorough Instruc?
tion. Moderate Charges. Next session will
open Sept. 10, 1003. For catalogue apply to
Rev. B. F. L1PSCOMH,
Socretury and Treasurer.
McGuire's university School,
Opp. Monroe Park, Richmond, Va.
Thirty-ninth session Sept. IS. 1003, to
June 18, 1'JOL Entrunce days Sept. iSth
and 19th. School assembles on 22d. Hoard
<Ms limited. Principal at No. 7 N. Bel
vldere utter Sept. 5th. Catalogues at book
and drug stoies or bv mail.
JOHN P. M'GUIRE. Principal.
The Glebe School,
A SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
413 West Grace Street.
JV.Ml'S K. LEIGH, Heud Muster.
The second session, of this school will
begin Monday, September ~L IfXXS, Pre?
pares lor coljegea and universities. Pri?
mary Department for small boys. School
hunted to twenty-live boys. Early regis?
tration desirable. Term?! ?b'?" per years
ono-haU payable <?n entrance and one-half
payable February 1st ensuing. Address
ollieau Muster. ??1 \V. GraeuHt.
for Cirls, .Reopen? September 21th, 1008l -l-M
year UiV II. p. LJEFEBVltU, Ml?s U. 1). HUNT*
1.1.1, Principal^ JVS-IU Witt piantllu tjtrect,
GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL,
?u'l Beach, At?
lantic City, N.
J. The largest
und flnetit; 358
Write for book
CHARLES E. COPE.
6PECIAL RATES FOR JOTTE AND JULY
AT THE HOTEL ISLESWORTH,
Directly ou the Beach ?it Vlrgluln ATenae,
Atlantic City, N. J.
Extensive Improvements. Remodeled and
newly furnished exchange. Capacity 600. Hot
and cold sea water in all baths. Cafe and grill
room. Orchestra. American and Europeun
plans. Write for booklet.
OEBORNE U PAINTER.
Ocean City, Maryland.
NOW OPEN. Many newly furnished rooms,
single anil en suite, with bath. Venetian doors
to every bedroom. Excellent cuisine and service.
Select patronage. Roek Spring water served at
table and rooms. Fine golf links, tennis, usli.
lng, sailing, and gunning. Music. Finest bath?
ing beach on Atlantic const.
Lots for sale and cottages for rent. For
booklet; rates, etc.. nddresB WALTER BURTON,
Mgr., Atlantic Hotel, Ocean City, Md.
ROCKBRIDGE BATHS HOTEL AND BPHING8.
This mountain resort under new management, I
remodeled, refurnished up-to-date In all appoint
inents. Is the most delightful summer resort ln
Terms, $S, $10 and $12 per week: special
rates for parties. For circular and other In?
formation write to
Itockbrldge Baths, Rockbridge Co., Va.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS,
THE HOMESTEAD HOTEL
will make special rates from Juno 16th
to August 15th to parties staying one
month or longer.
AMUSEMENTS?Golf Links and Club
House. Tennis and Squash Courts, Swim?
ming Pool, Fino Saddle Horses and Liv?
ery. Cnsino for Dancing', Royal Poinciana
Table unexcelled: Is supplied with fresh
vegetables and milk from Homestead gar?
den and dairy.
Luxurious baths nnd Tiont curative wa?
ters known for Rheumatism. Gout, Obesi?
ty and Norvono Troubles.
FRED STERRY, Manager.
Rare Opportunity for Summer. Great
accommodations! Excellent fare! Low
In heart of Virginia mountains. Mag?
nificent building, electric lights, steam
heat. Ideal rooms, suites with bath, e.\
oerlenced hotel manager; board with
baths, per month (except suites), $20 nnd
S25. Beautifully illustrated folder. Opens
Juno 15th: Buena Vista. Va.
Hotel Chamberlin,old pv1?nfort
Most magnificently situated nnd comforta?
bly furnished hotel on Atlantic coast.
Summer Rates. June to Oct.. $3 per day
up. Special We.-kly Rates. Orchestra, boat,
lng bathing, sailing, fishing* 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. Hy. GEO. F. ADAMS, Mgr.
Atlantic City? N. J.
Absolutely flnpioof. No wood used ln Its eon.
Btructlon, European plan, Open ull the year,
The only absolutely fireproof hotel In Atlantic
City. KBClns Um Ocean, directly on the famous
Boardwalk, near Young's Vier..280 rooms 120
private baths, with hot and cold suit and fresh
water. I'ure drinking water from our owu Ar?
tesian Will. Iti'staurunt equal to any ln New
YUr"' JAMES S. KEENAN, Propr.
Also, HOTEL UOHDON, Washincton, ?. O.
Ellicolt City, Md.
A SELECT BOARDING &C"?2 F?R
YOUNG MEN AND BOYS.
Special ?mention, to Modern Lan?
guages. Scfwice and Commerce.
Course:, - Lit? ran". Scientific. Com?
mercial. _ ,
A thorough Preparatory Course fur
boya not under twelve years.
Send for catalog??. ??n-rueao.
THE CHRISTIAN BROTH Er?_
.ill . . \ i- t-oiioui vi fe*" o 4t, iMthn.il ? >??
Hoy?. TI... ,,lan ?,,d unulpui?''' of the sinooj
?ni taken. ^^^^'?'i., iTluclpul.
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS, VA.,
Celebrated for WONDERFUL cures of
Dyspepsia. Stomach Troubles, Hemor?
rhoids of Kidney, Scrofula, Eczema and
Consumption, High altitude (2,000 feet);
free from foes: beautiful drives, and
walks; magnificent Golf Links; Tennis
Courts, splendid table, capacity 800.
Open June 1st. Write JAMES A. FRA
ZIER for Illustrated booklet.
The Summer Rest
will open JULY 1ST. Term?. $2 per week.
Apply at office. 711 East Franklin Street,
Tuesdays and Fridays, 5:30 to 7 P. M.
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.
Beachfront of Maryland Avenue, Atl?ntic City.
N. J. 100 ocean-front rooms, many with private
bath. Elevator and every convenience of a
first-class modern hotel. Special weekly rate?
for large parties and famille?. Coach meet? all
trains. Illustrated booklet.
CROCKETT SPRINGS AND BATHS
opens June 1st; elevation 2,o00 feet; arse?
nic. Bromide and Llthla Waters; cures
Nervous Prostration, Rheumatism, Dys?
pepsia, Skin Eruptions, Kidney and Blad?
der Diseases and Female Troubles: clears
and beautifies the complexion. Write for
M. C. THOMAS. Manager.
Crockett Springs, Va_
A new, modern hotel and SANATORIUM, lo?
rn ted at Chaee City, Vu., on the Southern Itnll
w.iy, three hours' ride from Richmond, V?.
12S large, handsomely furnished bedrooms, with
every homelike comfort and convenience for
the pleasure seeker or tho Invalid; cuisine and
service unsurpassed. The finest ami most perfect
Bystem of baths this side of New York City.
Chloride, Calcium and Llthla Waters, noted
for their remarkable curative effects on Indi?
gestion, rheumatism, all kidney and bladder
trouliles. chronic malarial poisoning, nervous
prostration, eczemas, blood disorders, catarrhal
troubles und a wonderful uric acid solvent nnd
Resident physician with a complete cjectrlcal
and hot-air outfit.
Howling, Panclng, Card parties and tho usual
Summer rates. $12.00, $1.1.00, $17.50 and ?21.00
per week. Send for booklet.. Address
THE MECKLENBURG, Chase City, V*.
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:00 A. AL, NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar?
rives Norfolk 11:20 A ?? Slops only at
Petersburg, Waverly and ?uffolk.
9:06 A M. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Buffet
Parlor Car, Petersburg to LynehDurg und
Roanoke, Pullman SleoperB Roanoke to
:.'olumbus. Bluerteld to Cincinnati: also
Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxville to
Chattanoogn and Memphis.
LS;20 P. ft.', ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Farmvllle, Lynchbure and Roanoke.
3:00 P. M? OCEAN'SHORE LIMITED
Arrives Norfolk 5:2U P. M. Stops only r.t
Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk. Connect?
with steamers to Boston. Providence. New
York. Baltimore and Washington.
7:25 P. M.. for Norfolk and all stations
en hi of Petersburg.
9:40 P. M., NEW ORLEANS SHORT
LINE. Pullman Sleepers. Richmond to
Lynchbure and Roanoke; Petersburg to
Lost Radford; Lynchburg to Chattunoaga,
Memphis and Now Orleans. Cafe Dining
Liatns 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.
?nice No. itts Rust Main Street.
W. B. BKVILL. C. H. BOSLEY.
Gen. Pass. Agent Die Pass. Agent
CHEDULE Ifi EFFECT MAY 24, 190?.
lu.ii.iiib LLnVx. uJ??ukUaJ),
Luu A. At.?ually. Local ior Charlotte.
l?;?u P. M.?Daily. Limited, Buffet Pull?
man to Atlanta and Birmingham, New
Orleans, Memphis, Chattanooga und all
6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Chano City lo?
ll :06 P. M.?Daily- Limited; Pullman
ruady y:30 P. M., fer all tho South.
YORK HIVER ?,INB.
Ihu favorltb route to Baltimore and
eusu-rr. points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P.
M. Daily. excftiH Sunday.
5:00 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.
6:V, A. M and ?:?? P. M.?From all th?
8 -25 P. M.
8:40 A. M .-From Chaae City.
9:15 A. M?Baltimore and West Point
4:50 P. M.-From West'Foin?
C H. ACKERT. B. IT. HaRDWICK.
O M. O- p- A?
C V>\ WESTUUB?. O. V. A., ?lcbmoud. Vs.
RE ? P Richmond, Fredericks^
1 li IX li burg &. Potomac R. ?
Trains Leave Richmond?Northward.
3:51 A- M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
6:45 A. M., dally. Main St, Through.
7:15 A. M.; week days. Elba. Ashlund ac?
S:00 A. M., Sunday ' only. Byrd St
8:40 A. M., week days. Byrd St. Throurh.
12:05 noon. weeK days. Byrd St. Tnrougn.
4:00 P. M.. week days Byrd St. 1'red
6:05 P. M.. dally. Main St. Through.
6:25 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:05 P. M.. dully. 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
8:36 A. M.. dally. Byrd St. Through
11:66 A. M. week days. Byrd St. Through.
2:05 P. M?. dally, Main St. Tlirougn.
5:00 P. M-, week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
7:16 P. M.. daily, Byrd St. Through.
9:0o p. M., daily. i-yrd St. Through.
10:29 P. M., dally. Main St. Through.
Note?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cari
on all trains ?xcept local accommodation*.
W. D. DUKE, C. W. C1ILP. W. P. TAYLOR.
GeuT Man'r. *vss't G?n'I Man'r. Traf. Man't
June 14. ?IHia.
2 Hours and 25 Minutes to Norfolk.
71*6 A. M.-? Daily?Local to .Newport News
and way ?unions.
8:00 A. VI?Daily?Limited?Arrives Williams
burg 0:5(1 A. II., Newport News 10:30 A.
M.. Old I'olnt 11:00 A. M., Norfolk H:U5
4:00 p. M.?Week days?Special?Arrives Wii
mmshurg 4M p. M., Newport News 8:i0
I'. M.. Old Point 6:00 P. M? Norfolk
11:25 I?. M.
6:00 P. il.?Daily?Local to Old Point.
10:10 A. M.?Local?Dally to Cbarlottesvllle,
except Sunday to Clifton Forge.
2:00 P. M.?Dally?Special to Cincinnati.
Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago.
5:15 p. M.?Week days?Local to G?rdonsvllle.
10:30 P. M.?Dally?Limited to Cincinnati,
Louisville, St. Louis und Chicago.
JAMES HIVEIt LINE.
10:20 A. M.?Dully?Express to Lynehbur?,
Clifton Korge and principal stations.
6:16 P. M.? Week iloyB?Loeal to Warren.
TRAINS ARKIVK RICHMOND FROM
Norfolk ?nd Old Point 10:05 A. M. dolly,
11:48 A M. Ex. Sun., and 7:00 P M. dally.
Newport News Local 7:85 P. M. dally.
From Cincinnati and West 7:4.1 A. M. dally
and ?:50 P. M. daily. Main Una Local from
Clifton Forge 8:10 P. M. Ex. Suu. from Clifton
Forge, daily from Cbarlottesvllle. Oordousvllle
Accoin. 8:30 A. M. Ex. Suu.
James River Line I.ooal from Clifton For??
0:38 P. M. dally. Warren Accom. 8:40 A. M.
C. E. DOYLE. W. O. WARTflEN,
Oon'l Manager. Dlst. ?ass. Aet.
Air Line Railway
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
'??.??? P. M.?Seuboard Mall?10:35 P. M.?
Seaboard Express?To Savannuh, Jack?
sonville. Atlanta and Southwest.
9:10 A, Si..?Local?For Norlina and Ham?
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
6;S5 A. M.?No. 34?4:65 P. M.?No. 6<>
From Florida. Atlnnta and Southwest.
6:30 P. M.?From Norlina and local
City Ticket Office 830 East Main Street
RICHMOND AND PHTERSBUHQ
Beginning April Ist, l???,
Cara leave coiner Pony and Seventh
Streets. Manchester, every hour 'on the
hour) from 6 A. M. to 10 P. M., last cur
11:50 P, M.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Syca?
more Street, every hour from G:30 A. M.
10 10:80 P. M.
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL
60 CENTS?ROUND TRIP-60 CENTS.
NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON
Balllni; Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
New York, August 0. St. Louis, August ]0.
Philadelphia, August 12. New York, August 20.
Red Star Line.
. Bulling Saturday at 10 A. M.
Vnderland, July U5. ?Seeland. August 8.
UroopJand. August I. Finland, August 15.
Piers 14 und 15. North Hiver
Office, 73 llroadway. N. Y.
W. 13. PALMEU & CO.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DA1L??
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY. MAY 24TH.
9:C6 A. M. A. C. L. Express to all polnt4
9:tW A. M. Petersburg p.nd Norfolk.
L!:?0 P. M. Petersburg and N. & W. West.
3:00 P. M. Petersburg and Norfolk
14:10 P. M. Goldsboro laical.
6:55 P. M. Petersburg local .
7:25 P. M., "Florida and West Indina
Limited," to all points South.
9:40 P. M. Petersburg and N. & W. West.
11:20 P. M. Petersburg local.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
3:43 A. M.. 7:35 A. M.. 8:C5 A. M., except
Sunday, 11:25 A. M.. 11:00 A. M.. 2:00 P.
M., 7:20 P. M., 7:45 P. M? 3:55 P. M
t Except Sundn v.
C. S. CAMPBELL. Div. Pass. Agt
W. J. CRAIG. Gen. Pass. Act.
, STEAMSHIP 00
Night Lina for HorialTc
Leave Richmond daily at/7 P.
M.. stopping at Newport Newa
in both directions.
Daily except Sunday by C. and O. Hall?
way, 9:01 A. M., 4 P. M.. 9 A. M. and 1
P. M. by N. and W. Railway; all lln<a
connect at Norfolk with direct steamei?
for New York, sailing dally except Sun?
day. 7 P. M.
Steamers sail from company's wharf
(foot of Ash Street) Rockntts.
K. F. CIIALKLEY, 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.. Nnw York.
Steamship Lino. Direct Route to
Boston, Mass., and Providence, R. I,
Steamers luuve Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wedne.-iduy, Friday and Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6' P. M. Passengers and freight
taken for all New England points. Tick?
ets on sale at C. & O. Ry. and N. & W.
Hy. offices and No. 819 East Main Street.
R. H. WRIGHT. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Freigut reOOJVOu i"' ?uvrg-uaiuug ihuccs
and all points in Eastern Virginia ant*
North Carolina. IRVIN WE I SKIER.
E. A, BARBER. Jr., Secretary.
BAY LINE TO BALTIMOHE
Via 0. it 0. Kwy. und 01U Point.
U. S MAIL ROUTE.
Lcavu Itlchuionu via 0, ?t O, dully
exciM't Rumiar, at 4 P. M., cod
nesting ut Obi l'oint with ?learner?
of Old Hay Line, leaving 7:10 P,
M., arriving Ilaltltnoro <i:30 a. M.,
connecting North. East and West. 1'or tickets
ird Information apply to O. & 0. Itw.v., Itlc-h?
nund Transfer Company, or 830 East Mnlu St.
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Freight received and delivered daily at
C & O. R'w'y Co.'b depot, Seventeenth
and Broad Streets.
WEST POINT, VA.
Special chartered trains leave So.
Ry. Depot, Fourteenth St.
DAILY TRAINS EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave Richmond 5:30 P. M. Return
I Ing, leave West Point 10:30 P. M.
}j3 SUNDAY TRAINS.
L've Richmond 0:30 A. M. & 4 P. M.
L've West Point 8. P. M.'& 10:30 P. M.