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TARGUE7 DON'T INFER. JOST TRY THE TEE-DEE IAITMT1B
By Harry 1 ticket.
Bench Park. July Utli.
Tt'fl so clad ?n feel that the Si. Louts
convention Is over, for It' gives us n
'Charter In get something In tht? pnper,
while Harris nnd Royce am) th" others
? are. examining strange things along the
While Cowardln. Taylor nnd Maekretb
Aro phasing Mi" elusive Items, we are
hnppv In th" thought thnt We ran dangle
our tio. 7's In th" York Hlver nnd wdtl'll
thp breezes from Baltimore as they r-otne
down over the Bay Line route.
We lovp to nil on fh" hnnrd walk and
look at the prettv cIiIh In white stock?
ings an thev com" down from West Point
lo hear Mose Stein's orchestra play "The
Moon Shines Bright To-Night Upon the
Wabash" and "Bedella."
It reminds ns of the time when we had
ft large Income, nnd when we used to go
to olrl Coney and Luna Park.
But you don'l have to have much In?
come here. George Ouvernntor and Airs.
George are charming hosts at the Ter?
minal, and Perkins makes It Interesting
at the club; so why go off lo the moun?
tains and the sliore, when rlcht here even
our office hoy may pet his health bnck?
The muse of poetry comes to us ns the
breezes hlow our beautiful tow hair about,
and make us look like we are working
We love to bear the sweet and gentle
Aa the frisky hobby horses start their
?We love to hear the frogs In cadenco
While tho winds from down the York
hlow in our face.
The cricket on the hearth is npt a
To the katydid who sings from top of
If the brown-eyed girl were on the, board
How happy, oh! how happy, we would
Or words to that effect.
We like this place because it Is so
close to home, and still so far away. And
?we have made tip our mind that we shall
spend our vacations here every summer,
We have Just opened our mall. After
, putting the bills on file we found a
communication from the office hoy, who
has been spending his vacation at Reser
'voir Park. , ,,-':- ?.':"?',
And we also received a letter from
; Maurice Schwartz, the cigar merchant
at the Lexington. Ho wants us to get
up a "wrastllng" match at Beach Park.
He says he Is the champion of the Lex?
ington Hotel, notwithstanding the fact
that Allen Straus has been putting up.
When Charles Relnecke comes down
here we will see him and try to get some?
thing for Maurice to do.
More anon. H. T.
A NEW COMMANDMENT.
Th6u Shalt Not Steal a Look at
the Veiled Prophet
(Special to The Times-uispatch.)
CONCORD. N. H.. July 1L?The addi?
tion of a new by-law to the rules of
the Christian Science Church was an?
nounced yesterday. The by-law was pro?
mulgated at the request of Mrs. Mary
Baker G. Eddy, the founder of the de?
nomination, who has been subjected to
considerable annoyance by crowds of
Christian Scientists, who awaited' the
passing of her carriage. The by-law is
Section la ot Article. 21. and is headed:
"Thou shalt not steal." The test fol?
"Neither a Christian Scientist, his
student, or his patient not a member of
the mother church, shall dally and con?
tinuously haunt Mrs. Eddy's drive by
meeting her once or more every day
when she goes out, on a penalty of being
disciplined and dealt with Justly by her
Church. Mrs. Eddy objects to said In?
trusion. Inasmuch as she desires one
hofise for herself. And she, who for
forty years has 'borne the burden and
heat of the day,' should be allowed this.
The only exception to this by-larw Is on
public occasions, when she has the privi?
lege of seeing others and of being seen."
ST. JOHN'S LODGE, No. 36, .
A. F. & A. M.
With Stop Over Privilege Old Point,
THURS., JULY 14th.
Train Leaves Main Street Station at
8 o'clock Sharp,
Returning leaves Old Point 7:45 P. AL
Round Trip Adults, ? - $1.00
Children Under 12, ? ? -50c
Every Night. Popular Prices.
"A great bill."?Norfolk paper*.
THE REGULAR EXAMINATION FOR
TEACHERS will be held at Henrico
County School Office; corner Twenty
tf-fonil and Main rtire.ts, ?n the follow?
ing daj'8: white Teachers on lha JZth
and 13th Instant, colored Htli and iSth
Instant. Tbo.-'e who desire to tea"h in
our schools will ple.ise reniernber thin.
J NO. K. FL'SSKLL, fiupt.
Commonwealth of Virginia,
Superintendent ol Public Printing
Richmond. Va., ,luh- 10. 1!M.
SEALED PROPOSALS lull PRINTING
KH-TKKN lll'NliHLH COPIES OP
THE ONE HUNDRED A.Mi SECOND
VOLUME OP VIRGINIA REPORTS
will lie received at lion office up I"
M. FRIDAY. Jl'LV '.".'. itsn.
Al tin- mrne time anil plan- hi,is will
b? received for Binding, W.i.ng mid
Labelling one Ihous*nd ' copier?g| r
a ho vu mentioned nooks, and for pm
lag five liundred copies in unfolded
sheet* in substantial wood pox.e?, each I
box to rontaln tin- prlnlrii sheet* foi |00
cTutipU'lo copies of th.- giild hunk.I t?
pa plainly marked or labelled on two
outer ?-nil* and Ml Md.i., go ?n to liuli
\;,t.- the rent en U thereuf.
printed whedules, on which ail hide
will he re<iulied to hi- niude, will be fur
. nlshed on application.
Contractor* wilt be required to furnl&h
bond, with approved security, for th,.
fajjrhful performance ol contract,
The right is reserved lo reject any ur
J. II. O'BANNON,
Superintendent Public Pi luting.
FOR CLASSIFIED WANT
Is 1 cent per word Net Cnsh In
ADVANCE, with ft minimum coat
of 25 cents for each Insertion.
The same rate applies to deaths,
marriages, obituaries and all other
classified notices. No display typo
allowed In tb?> classified columns.
LOST AND FOUND.
1.OPT-LADIES' HAND BAG. CONTAIN
Ing n lot of receipts, near Second Mnr
ket. Return same to M. B. BlHftHi
tft'tt North Second Street, nnd receive
, iopT^nTrire bull terrter pup?
py; tall nnd ears recently trimmed.
Ten dollars reward for rtiiy lnforn)alio}>
leading to recovery. F. A. SMITH, v.
8., 14 South Tenth Street.^
lAVtT-UNDRF.SSED KID POOKET
book with owner's name on It. Finder
can have the money by returning pock?
et hook to 426 North Sixth Street._.
CARPENTERS -WANTED. AT ONCE,
carpenters nt new building. Main and
Ninth Streets. METROPOLITAN FfRE
GRANITE CUTTERS WANTED. APPL1
to A. NETHERWOOD. Nineteenth and
Dock Streets, city. _ ____
WANTED, MEN TO .LEARN BARBER
trade; eight weeks nverage time re?
quired; wages Saturdays while learning;
$10' to J15 weekly guaranteed when
through; illustrated catalogues mailed
Tree. MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE.
380 Canal Street. New York City..
WANTED ACTIVE. STOUT WHITE
bov or. man to take steady Job (light
wn'rk) at $S per week: state age and
last position: no drunkards or drinkers
wanted. Bos 1. city.
WANTED, A YOUNG JMAN TQ MAKE
himself generally useful In office; stnte
age and where last employed; must be
accurate and write legible hand. Ad?
dress BOOKKEEPER, care this ofllce.
WANTED, DRUG CLERK AT ONCE;
must be competent, reliable and sober;
state experience and reference. Address
CASPAR A. Box 272. Lynchburg. Va,_
FIRS T-C LASS TAILOR WANTS
steady position on repair work. Address
TAILOR, care this office.
SA LESM EN?WA NTED.?TWO CLOTH
ing .talesmen want positions now, or
first of September. Address SALES?
MAN NO. 8. care this office.
WANTED-REGISTERED P H A R M A
clst desires position; unmarried; 23
years of age; best of references. Ad?
dress 110 East Main Street, city._
wanted; permanent positions if services
satisfactory. Apply to MANAGER,
Miller & Rhoads.
WANTED, LADY TEACHER FOR
small private school: must be thorough?
ly competent In English and Music.
AVrlte with reference to Box SI, Battle
boro, N. C.
WANTED, HOUSEKEEPER. ADDRESS
Mrs. Y. J.. Lunenburg. Va._
SITUATION WANT ED.Female
WANTED. BY A YOUNG LADY QUAI^
Ified to teach English. Mathematics,
Latin aiid beginners in Music, a position
to teach in private family; good refer?
ences. Address Miss. N. M. ORG-AIN,
WANTED-A STUDENT OF THE WO
man's College (Richmond) desires a
position to teach in a private family;
qualifications, Engll&v. Mathematics.
Latin, German, and Music a specialty;
references given and required. Miss B.
R. R., Gilllamsville, Va.
YOUNG LADY' WITH EXPERIENCE
would like position as buyer and man?
ager of a millinery establishment; can
give reference. Address Miss TWEE
DALE, 3 W. Hill Street, Baltimore, Md.
HELP?MALE AND FEMALeH
SERVANTS WANTED AMONG SOME
of the best-white families In this city;
good wages paid for the right person*.
We have ajipllcatlons for a large num?
ber of cooks %vho can furnish good refer?
ences, house girls and nurses for the
city. Apply nt once to THE NEGRO
LABOR _= EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
62S E. Broad Street (second floor).
SOLICITORS & SALESMEN
SALESMAN?WANTED, A MAN WHO
understands the., book and stationery
business, or a young man with some
experience who desires to perfect his
knowledge in this line; must be of good
habits, flteady nnd reliable and a willing
worker. Address BOOKS AND STA?
TIONERY, Lynchburg, Va,
WANTED, AT ONCE. TWO OR THREE
good salesmen to sidl our line of smok?
ing tobacco (granulated), Southern ter?
ritory; none need apply except those
who can furnish good references and
guarantee results; also manager for
smoking department; must have ex?
perience and good reference; would pre?
fer ono who can take Fome moneyed
interest. THE T. E. ROBERTS TO?
BACCO CO., Chase City. Va.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE;
big money; merchants buy from M to
100;, SHnd for catalogue. Address GEO.
FRILLMAN. SIS Larrabee Street. Chica?
BOOKKEEPER AND 8TENOGRA?
PIIER--Wanted, to employ a man as
typewriter nnd stenographer and assist?
ant bookkeeper; must he Intelligent and
firs!-clans man. Address, giving refer.
enres as to character and ability ami
salary expected. MANUFACTURER
pare this oflfca.
WANTED, AGENT& EITHER SEX, TO
Introduce Ihe celebrated photo fan; can
be ,,old In every family; no limn \>, out?
put or money to he mad* with saniQ'
.'00,wm sold In Chicago alone during Hie
past six months; ten dollars per day
easily made by any bright, huilllng
house-to-house ennvassers. For parti?
culars' address MONARCH NOV, MFCS
t'O., isi pivlsdon Street, Chicago, III.
TEE=DEE WANT AD.
THERE IS A TIDE IN THE AFFAIRS OF MEN WHJCH
TAKEN AT THE FLOOD LEADS ON TO FORTUNE.
The above words constitute the sentence for this week's Tee-Den Want Ad.
Puzzle Contest, for which three money prizes nre to be,given The puzzle Is not
difficult to solve, if only attention Is paid to the conditions which are ns follows:
First?Each of the words given as thin week's proverb will appear In the T*?
Dee Want ^Ads.?one word In one Ad. and another word In another Ad., etc.
The first six words wero In Sunday's paper. The next ,slx are in to-day's
pnper, and the remaining six words will be'In Thursday's paper,
Second?Cut out the Ads. in which the words ocuir and paste them on ft
strip of paper, so ns to mnke the sentence.
Third?Send this nnswer .to the Tee-Doe Want Ad. Puzzle Department.
Fourth?All answers received before 4 o'clock Friday, wilnbe placed In a bas?
ket together and the first throe correct replies drawn out will receive the prizes.
BOARDERS WANTED FOR COOL,
. comfortably furnished rooms at 516 N.
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM CAN
be had at Mrs. EANES'S boarding
house, 403 North Twelfth Street. Kates
for table board. 512 per month; room
and board $4 to $4.60 per week; transient
boarding $1 per day._^_
MISS P1TZER. 113-115 EAST FRANKLIN
Street, will entertain transient and
table boarders during the summer.
WANTED. BY LADY , AND TWO
young daughters, board on fnrm In pri?
vate family; ujulet neighborhood not
objectionable; simple country life de?
sired. Address ORMOND, care this of?
A FEW SUMMER BOARDERS CAN BE
accommodated In a well located and
equipped home. Address W.-B. DODUJi,
M. D., Stuart's Draft, Va._
BOARDERS WANTED AT REPOSE,
five miles west of Orange, In a beauti?
ful country; view and breezes from
-Blue Ridge Mountains. Delightful shade;
excellent water; good table; place for
v comfort and rest. Address Mrs. E. W.
WILLIAMS, Orange, Va. _
BRIDGEWA TER COTTAGE. CARY
Lane, Hampton, Va.; beautifully sit?
uated on the water; fifteen minutes from
OJd Point Comfort; modern conveni?
ences; boating, fishing and golf. Terms
$S to $10 per week. _'__;
DESIRABLE BOARD WITH PLEAS
ant rooms; porches around entire cot?
tage; table unexcelled. Anply BUR?
ROW COTTAGE, Box 108, Virginia
LE NOEL. BON AIR. VA. THIS NEAR-'
by family resort and sanitarium for
children now open. Write for booklet
and Urms. A. F. NOEL._
MATHEWS COTTAGE, VIRGINIA
Beach; faces the ocean; bath rooms
free to guests; rates reasonable; Sun?
day dinners a specialty; excellent cuis?
ine. Write to J. W. CADY._
ROOMERS WANTED AT THE EGER-.
' ton Cottage, on ocean front. Ocean
View; third cottage from the hotel to?
wards Willoughby Beach; rooms all on
the front and bathing free; board fur?
nished, if desired. Address SAM'L. C.
PHILLIPS, 333?Church Street, Norfolk,
SUMMER REST-OPEN JULY 1ST. Ap?
plication for board must be made ex?
clusively at the Richmond office, 709 E.
Franklin Street/ Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays, K:30 to 7 P. M._
WANTED, AT ?'?WALNUT HILL." NEAR
Goshen. Va., a few select boarders
from July to October; have Just com?
pleted eight new rooms; terms $18; spe?
cial rates families. Address Mrs.
FRANK P. DAVIS. Goshen Bridge, Va.
WANTED. BOARDERS FOR SUMMER
months in Lexington,, Va.; sweet homo
with all modern conveniences; situated
in the prettiest part of town. Lock Box
424. Lexington, Va.
REAL ESTATE?For; Rent.
FOR RENT-STORES, BROAD STREET
retail section, 1106 East Cary, whole?
sale; floors for manufacturing; nice
dwelling, West'Marshall; alsp stable.
T. J. TODD, 1010 Floyd Avenue.
ONE OF THE AFFAIRS OF MEN IS
BUSBY'S 7T.c. or. the dollar sale.
FOR RENT?SEVEN-ROOM DETACH
cd house on Church Hill. Apply to H.
T. OWEN, 2601 East Franklin.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
WANTED, TO RENT TO BUSINESS
men. two lovely second-story front
rooms; cool, three windows In each
room; porcelain bath-tub on snme floor.
Call only after B o'clock P. M. Mrs.
FRED JONES, 413 N. Ninth Street.
WANTED, NICE COOL ROOM. WITH
access to hnth; preferable with private
family; will pay well to be nicely sit?
uated. Address W. T. J., P. O, Box 452.
AWNINGS AND FLY SCREENS.
C. B. NORVELL, 211 NORTH SIXTH,
manufacturer of Awnings, Shade*,
Screens; special attention given to
screening tine houses; ask for estimates
at once. 'Phone 4Mi. _
TIME AND TIDE W..i'1'S FOR NO ONE;
neither will these fascinating, becoming
and latest style hats al the prices they
are oflered; come before they are all
gone. Mrs, CMAMLEE, 31S East Broad.
Short Talks on Advertising.
Character Is not hulli in a day. ll Is lit*, most important thing I" Mfoi
hut li Im of ,dow growlh! It luki-M day after dav, WflOk after week, year
nfii-i year of rlgln living and right thinking to build character, The pub?
lic must Aral know who you an- nnd then what you are, beforn your char
iwli-r Is established, nnd thus It Is with iidvertlMlng, The public must
know who you are nnd what you me, Nor can thin be done 111 a day or
a moulh or vear. Hut day uflii ih,v i<riP| y(.M, H(\,.r year must, your millin
lie kupi before ih..m nnd (luring u,;ii tlrna If you are fair and truthful with
11)0 public, voui .'baincler for fair advertising i - growing and expanding
and ill- public Ik placing m. ami m?i? rontniepr-n In your published
stateinonls. in lime the publh mine io know vou and to l)?|lnvn you
and th.-ii it Is that >ou reap ti?- full bencltt fmm your advertising; then
n f lhat ?-very won! iha| appi'ara over your name carrloH force in I tin
public Nor need all this com niuejl, A Kllh. 'J'ee | ?-o W?lll Ad, day by
aiid -verv day will bring vou |? ?|ns? touch with the public; will
>ir nam* *, household word and will iiui.k..-n the growth of your
in advertiser n cost nmk Hum rai fare
READ I READ! WHAT ONE OF OUR
most prosperous and Influential citizens
hp.? to say of the Harris Anti-Dyspeptlo
and Tonic Water. ? ?
Mr. Jas. A. Morris, 114 N. Seventh 1st.
Dnnr Sir,?After using your Harris
Antl-Dyspeptlo Water for two months,
I can heartily recommend It for Indi?
gestion. For the fli*t time in years I
can now eat and enjoy a hoarty meal.
In addition to Its medicinal properties,
this water Is a most refreshing, and
pleasant summer drink. Very truly
yours. T. L, BLANTON, President Rich?
mond Dairy Company.
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO KNOW
choice Crab Mont, Stumpf's (own make),
Deviled Crabs, Soft Crabs (dully and
. good alze),. real Little Neck Clams at
STUMPF'S RESTAURANT. 'Phone 763.
WANTED.- TO BORROW $10,000 AT 6
per cent., secured by deed of trust on
new brick building In Petersburg, Va.;
building and lost costing $18,500. Ad-,
dress R. C, Petersburg, Va.
WHY BUY IMPURE GOODS WHEN
vou can get the best? SAUER'S FLAV?
ORING EXTRACTS have stood the test
THE MEN WE LOOK AFTER AL
ways. The newest shapes ' of collars
and heights, all two for quarter. PEM-.
PERTON. PRICE & CO._
EAT 'EM WHILE THEY ARE HOT;
BUSBY^S suits at 75c. on the dollar; 00
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that CERTAIN PILE CURE will cor
, talnly cure them': 25c. at your druggist's.
WANTED, WASHING AND STRETCH
Ing'curtains to do at home. Apply 219
~ paperFhanging. =i
"WE CARRY THE: LARGEST AND
best selection of Wall Paper and Room
Mouldings of any firm In the city; all
work done In strictly first-class man?
ner; our prices are the lowest consist?
ent with good workmanship. W. !R.
ALLEN & CO.. 215 -N. First ante.
?Phone 622._? _
I WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO MY
friends and the public that I have
bought out the paper hanging business
of CHAS. E. SMITH, 502 W. Main Streot,
where I will appreciate any calls and
guarantee to do first-class work only.
JAS. A. M'KINNEY.
WOULD LIKE TO HAVET TOU CALL
and see our beautiful new line of Wall
Paper, replete with pleasing surprises;
we are making a special effort, on some
pretty paper at 5',4c ahd' up. R. B.
BRAUER- 208 N. Fifth Street.
COAL, WOOD AND ICE.
WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN > OUR
new yard, corner of Linden-and. Cary
Streets, whore we are offering-' Coal and
Wood at lowest prices. TYtBR ? &
RYAN. 'Phone 1979.
U_B RICHMOND CEDAR WORKS'
Kindling for summer ? cooking; the
qulckeat and best fuel. Now have a
good supply; prompt delivery. Price,
DYEING AND CLEANING.
OLD, FADED, SOJLED . AND FINE
clothing for ladles and gentlemen
scoured, stiffened und pressed, made to
retain their original shape, and It cists
you no more than cheap work, at tho
RICHMOND DYEING & CLE-VNING';
WORKS, 325 N. Seventeenth Street,'
Richmond, and 1318 Hull Streot, Man?
chester; repairing neatly done.
ELITE CLEANING AND PRESSING
WORKS do cleaning and pressing In
the best manner at lowost prices; goods
called for and delivered; 213 N., Sixth
Street. 'Phono 2288.
LOOK, READ, LOO--SUITS SCOURED
and presser) 7fic.; pressed .600. . R. L,
GILL, Steam Dye Works, 325 North
Fifth Street. City 'phone 4862.
WANTED."MO SEWING MACHINES TO
repair; work guaranteed', we have n few
Drnphead Machines to sell at less than
i half price. HARRIS, "The Hardware
OIL AND GAS 8TOVE8.
BIG BARGAINS IN W1CKLE88. BLUE
Flame OJI and Gas Stoves; must, be sold
lo make room for fall stock; come In,
get our prices and vou will be satisfied.
IIARRIS HARDWARE CO,, 409 East
CHESTER F I E L D LUNCH ROOM,
Twelfth and Main Streets;'regular din?
ner 25c; hoi. lunch 156.1 tho best ln( the
city; give us a trial. ?
BOOKBINDERS AND PRINTERS,
8. B. ADKINS & CO. FINE. I TELL
you; 4 and 6 Governor street
-.:?."..-..??? '.. ' ??- -Jl "-'
FRUIT JARS-ANY QUANTITY; PINTS
2f,o? quarts 30e and half gallon 50c.
dozen. _. ? ? <
WW.OOrT,MIXED LABELS 86 AND WO, A
thousand, and 1,000 gross of, corka' at
, lfic. n gross, -,
_o!<kw'Tial'f'"Fl*NT FLASKS fl.fiO A
gross; Root Boer bottles (patent stop?
pers). 20c. per dozen. THE KROUSE
Bottle; co? 1101-8 w. Broad street.
GET ESTIMATES ON FLY, SCREENS
und Awnings. C, fi. NORVET1L, 2HV4
Blxth Sirtiut, "I'hone 4M. __^^
1LOVES, GLOVES GALORE; WE
havn nnlhing I'm cheap or loo line roi
"?? P^MBi'iicrqN. ,pRiqE_ft pa
.AW"n!NOS," FLAQ8~AND~TE N T6,
KEEP' COOL-TilH RIGHT KIND OF
AwnlngH, Tents and Flags at the right
prhe? at M. G. COPELAND CO.'S, ;08
North Ninth Street.
FOR SAI.E-A SMALL WHOLESALE
drug business. This house manufactures
nn httrnctlve line of nnn-necrel med->
lclner. that are largely sold through
Pennsylvania, Ohio and. the South. This
Is a rare opportunity to ohtnln cheap
an established business of big profits,
Address QUININE, this ?_)____
wanted7"to SELL A WELLE8TAR
llshed millinery and notion business
In a town of several hundred Inhabit?
ants, In a most, desirable agricultural
section of the State; the business has
a profitable patronage; l|l health of pro?
prietor only cause for selling. Address
f'MILLlNERY," osre Tlmes-DIspatch.
OALLEGO WHEAT FOR CHICKEN
feed; only a few hundred bags of,the
damaged wheat on hand; stock will bo
exhausted by July 1;. $1.06 per bag of
100 pounds. Apply at Warehouse; Sev?
enteenth and Dock Streets. WARNER
.MOORE & CO.
HAVING DECIDED TO CHANGE MY
business, I will sell for the nex.t thirty
days my entire stock of groceries and
fixtures retail at wholesale prices. Can
early and get bargains. CHAS. KING,
425 North Sixth Street,_.
WE MAKE EVERY PURCHASE SAT
Isfactory to you; if not entirely satisfied
with anything you buy hero we want
you to let ds know; you are welcome to
open an account. OSTRANDER'S. 209
YOU FIND A COMPLETE MARKET;
everything the best and always fresh;
vegetables, chickens, meats, fresh fish,
canned goods, delicacies, etc., at
BRAUERFS, 3 East Broad Street^
FORllALE-OALVANiZED IRON YARD
closet boxes, 24 Inches long, 14 Inches
' wide, 141-2 Indies deep, $1 apiece.
RICHMOND WOOD WORKING CO.,
14 Nprth Seventh Street._
WILL SELL FOR $150, A DOUBLE
four-wheel Cart, rubber tires. In first
class order. W. ,T. HANCOCK, Twenty
second Street, - between . Main and
Franklin Streets, _,_
ASK FOR RUSSELL'S ANTI-ROACH
Powder; positively destroys water bugs
and cock roaches; aU druggists. lOo
Call 'phone 1816, It you wish It sent.
ALL SORTS OF GOOD FANS WE
carry; evening fans we show ns low as
10c; let us snow our line. PEMBER
TON, PRICE & CO. _
CALL AND GET SOME OF THOSE
Jno. Kellv's $3.50 shoes at $1.50 before
1 they are all taken. PARRISH BR08.,
I 23 West Broad. ' '
FOR SALE-A LOT OF HANDSOME
Store Shelving, suitable either for dry
goods and -notions or shoes. Address C.
M., care this office. '
IF IT'S FROM E. PERKINSON'S BAK
ery It's all O. K.; made in a sanitary
shop by clean hands; 421 North Sixth St
SAUER'8 FLAVORING EXTRACTS
outsell any two brands. Why? Bccjubo
they .are the best, purest and best flavor.
FOR SALE?ROSES IN POTS THAT
can be safely planted at any time. MER?
IT ROSE CO., Grace and Cedar,
FOR MEN-SPECIAL BARGAIN IN
Low Quarter Shoes. H. SHIREYV501 E.
Marshall. ...?"? _
IF YOU HAVE READ SUB TERRY, IF
so, tell your friends how Interesting It
Is; If not. get It; now on sale.
GO TO BUSBY'S. 00 BROAD STREET,
special sale men's clothing, 75c. on the
dollar: call and see for yourself.
WHY SUFFER? WHEN YOU CAN GET
CERTAIN PILE CURE for 25c. it your
GALBRAITH &.CO. MAKE YOUR OLD
trunk .same as new; manufacturers cf
trunks; trunks sold at retail called for
and delivered. 'Phone 2S19; 311 West
Broad Street (upstairs).
QUICK. CHE~AP; WORK CALLED FOR
-and delivered; trunks sold at factory
prices; 311 E. Broad Streets over Hof
belmer's Economy Shoe Store. 'Phone
WANTED. YOUR TRUNK REPAIRING.
RICHMOND TRUNK MFG. CO., 6U5
Brook Avenue. 'Phone 2664. . 1
MY, WHAT A CLEAN BAKE HOUSE;
you mix your bread by machinery, Oh!
how. nice for the hot weather, Is what
you would say if you saw our bake
' house; you get the best Bread'and Rolls
, -and absolutely clean a.t the NEW YORK
BAKERY, 410 W. Broad Streot. Try
them and see. 'Phone 2589.
K PERKINSON, BAKER, MAKES
the broad that makes tho man. Call for
It;, all grocers._
~~ MONEY-FOR FARflERS.
PUT UP ALL YOUR FRUITS OR VEG
etables' In cold.water In open stone jars;;
will keep tor years and taste natural as
day gathered;. Inclose stamp, Address
Box 101, RockblU. S. C.
MULES AND HORSES.
WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF
?Mules and Horses, all sizes and grades,
We buy In the West from Ilrst hands
und sell at very, close figures. S. P.
' CLAY, Proprietor. 1917-1919 East Franks
lln. J. 8. WHALEY, salesman and
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS,
LARGE. COMPLETE STOCK OF FIRST
class- Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Run
nbouta.'and Traps at the right prices.
Call and see them. SAFETY BUGGY
CO., 1309 E, Main Street.
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECONDHAND
Wagons, Trucks and Runabouts, second?
hand Surreys, Traps. Carriages and
Phaetons.- RICHARDSON BROS., 6ia
The following Branca Olllces have
been eatabliabed for the benefit of
tboae living at a distance- from tha
Main Ofllco of The Tlmes-DIspatch.
"he Tee-Dee Wants left at any ot
these branches, will receive the aoiuo
careful attention as though they had
been left at tho Main Office, and there
will bo no extra cost to the advertiser.
ou-HUUrt i KiS'b DHUti SfORE, Twen.
iy-nun ana Venaale.Street*.
W. P. EANtS, Twenty-nfth and Leigh
A. f\. qUOTT, Twenty-fifth and Broad
ROB'f. J. WH.UAM8, Twenty-first
ana Marshall Street*.
r. H. M, HHHtuaOiM, Fou*he* and
Broad Street*. ,
0. W. LATIMtH, No. 800 We*t Mar
rHOMPJsON'a DRUG STORE, No. 1521
west Main .Street.
1. l. otvENlDUt. Brook Avenue and
' may oirast,
RAPV'S DRUG STORE, Barton
PEOr'BL*'"? DRUB STORE, No. 3B00
Wiihan buru Avenue, Fulton.
ROBIN'S PHARMACY, NO, 800 East
ivVKs. RAINiSy, No. 1311 Twenty**.'
ond Street, Falrmount.
CITY ORUQ STORE, No. 1444 East
Main Street, corner Fifteenth,
JUDSON CUNNINGHAM, No. 202/
No. 418.East Broad Street.
THE PARAGON PHARMACY, No, 402
North Sixth. Street.
ALL RIGHT! MR. ANDREW WELSH,
the well-known treasurer of the Pas?
senger nnd Power Co.. said: Scheer. nil
you have.' rfot to do la frlst-class work,
leasonahlp prices; vnttr goods should
bo ns yon guarantee; this will oulrklv
advertise your new store. >Jl right,
any work brought to my slure, any
goods bought here will be found ac?
cording to Mr. Andrew Wash's advice.
Respectfully, JOHN 8CHEER, Watch?
maker and Jeweler, No. 6 North Ninth
Street, opposite News Leader Build?
ing, _| _
OUR RECORt>!~FlVE H I 0 H,E8 T
awards and gold medals, over two mil?
lion bottles sold In 1903 and distributed
In twenty-five States, three solid car?
loads shipped In ohe week this month.
Who's? BAUER'S EXTRACTS, of
course! Could this bo If their were not
the best? Try them and Judge for your?
self^. _ ' :
WALL PAPER, ALL STYLES, ALU
prices; all work guaranteed atrlrUy
first-class. We respectfully Invite you
to look over our line and get our ebti
mate before having your papering done.
W, R. ALLEN & CCX. 216 N. First St.
YES, WE HAVE HEARD THERE IS AN
epidemic of cholera morbus In this city,
but we are glad to offer you a Panacea,
for It In HARRIS'S ANTI-DYSPEPTIC
AND TONIC WATER; Mr. Morris says
It cures every time, and no doctor's bill
to pay. 'Phone 48S2.
ELECTRIC FANS, NEW AND SEC
ond-hand, electric wiring, bells Install?
ed In the best manner; give us a trial
nnd we guarantee to plea so. ELEO
. TRIC NOVELTY & APPLIANCE CO.,
610 East Main Street.
WANTED. FAMILIES LEAVING THE
city for the summer to know that they
can be supplied by us while away with
meats and everything elso contained In
a market. BRAUEH'S, a East Broad
EVERY LADY CAN HAVE CURLY,
fluffy hair, which Is so much desired;
Curllne will make it so; formula sent
. for 25c; no gum Arabic used. Address
M1N-MAX SPECIALTY' CO., Richmond,
MY, LOOK AT THIS OFFER?EVERY
fifth customer will get one dozen cabi?
net photographs of themselves free at
THE ORIGINAL DAVIS GALLERY,
R17 E. Broad Street.
Soven busts, mounted, or.-seven panels.
mounted, photographs for 25e"., and good
ones at that, at the ORIGINAL DAViS
GALLERY. 817 E. Broad Street.
I WILL SEND YOU FREE BOOK TELL
Ing how to. make Jl earn $10; larger
amounts In proportion; send no money;
book Is free. J. F. LAWRENCE, 112
Michigan Street, Chicago.
WHENEVER YOU THINK OF Hos?
iery think or this house; silk. Hale or
cotton; they begin ,at, 1214c. PEMBER
TON. PR1.CE &. CO._.
20 PER CENT. OFF ON ALL PORCH
Chairs, Rockers and Settees while they
last; nice assortment still on hand.
OSJJRANDER'S, 200 WoBt Broad Street.
WE VARNISH AND REPAIR FURNI
ture equal to new at reasonable price;
send postal.. LEGG & MORAN, 2214 E.
Main. - - . .
ASK FOR RUSSELL'S ANTI-ROACH
Powder; positively destroys water bugs
and. cock roaches; all druggists, luc.
Call 'phone 1816, If you wish it sent,
BEST I HAVE EVER EATEN IS A
dally compliment wo receive of our
bread. E. PERKINSON'S BAKEKYi
Try It "for yoursB't.' 421 North Sixth St.
YOU WILL WONDER WHY YOU DID
not try It before after using a 25c. box
of CERTAIN PILE CURE. For sale at
YOU NEED NOT GO TO THE CO.UN
try to get fat und well;.just.drink freely
or A. D. Water and be happy, 'Phone.
4882._?_'? ? ? '
HAVE YOU SEEN GEORGE? YES. AT
BUSBY'S, 00 Broad Street,.buying a suit
at 75c. on the dollar. _
IF YOU ARE GOING ON A TRIP TAKE
. 8UE TERRY with you to pass the time
a van v. It In i. irrcat book. <
0__, XCtVlki ??,.,, juu *
away; It Is a great book.
TUXEDO AND DRESS SUITS FOR
hire at SCHNURMAN'S. 721 E. Main St.
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. TAY?
LOR & TAYLOR PRINTING CO., No. 1
Governor- Street, Richmond. Va. *
TRY US ON PRINTING; WE KNOW
we can suit you. TAYLOR & TAYLOR
PRINTING CO.. Quick Printers; No. 1
WHEN YOU CONTRACT WITH US FOR
tinning, plumbing and gas-ilttlng you
may be sure It's done right; also agent*
for celebrated Kelsey Hot Air Funiace*
and Welcome Range. F. S. DALTON
?V CO.. 14 Governor Street._
VISIT THE... SOUTHERN DENTAL
Rooms', If you nro a dental Invalld-you
can bo restored at small cost; lady
attendant; 1009 E. Main Street, 'Phone
3296. _ . '.- ? '
i)R. PHARE3 W. CALLIHAM, DEN*
tist, Manchester,. Va. Office! 1209 Hull
Street. Telephone 2609,
H, V/'DEs"pORTES, D. D. S., DENTIST.
625 E. Main Street. 'Phone 206.
BEFORE ENTERING INTO ARRANGE,
menu with others for storage of your
surplus goods of all kinds we want, you
to call and see us, THE RICHMOND
MERCHANDISE & TRADING CO., P.
T. Conrad, Mgr., 8 South Fourteenth St.
IF .YOU WANT YOUR FURNITURE
stored In a clean, dry place and person?
ally looked after, see TOMPKINS, No.
207 W. Broad Street. Toys, Bicycle*
SEVERAL HANDSOME OLD PIECES
of Carved Mahogany Furniture, excel?
lent Brass Fenders, Just received from
tho South, nt 1017 Semmos Street, Man?
chester, Call after 5 P. M, ;
BUY ANTIQUES OF BIGGS; GET
? original pieces at lowest prices; satis,
faction guaranteed: 515 Eaat Main.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
ESTEY ORGANS ARE THE STANDARD
organs of the world, You have tho
perfect organ when you purohase an Es
tey.. ESTEY ORGAN AGENCY, 720 E,
SUMMER BAU8AOE-THE , CELE*
hrafod Imported Oompreeht. Bologna.
Ring and Frankfurter Sausage: finest
ever made; try them, at RRAUER'S. 1
East Broad, _
DONTT LET YOU** BABIES GET
cholera Infantum! Keep them well on
Harris' Anil-Dyspeptic and Tonlo
Water. Sold by AiOtlRlS, 114 N. Seventh.
GO~TO J~W. MARSHALL'S FOR FRESH
ovsler*. crabs and crab meat; one
square from Terminal Hotel, West
6 A UER'S~ FLAVORING EXTRA CTfl
outsell any two brands. Uhy? Becnuss
they are'the hest. purest nnd best flavor.
HELLO. BUSBY! TS THAT 7fiC, ON
the dollar snle of men's clothing still
gdlrig on? 00 Broad Street.
WHEN AWAY FROM \THE CITY SEND
anv ordefs for your needs to PEMBER
TON. PRICE & C.O.'fi._?_
WANTED^''" A WOnivING PARTNER,
with some capital, to take half interest
in established wholesale business In
growing North Carolina town; best of
references required and given. Address
A. X. Y? care, this office.
DON'T SPOIL YOUR COOKING BT
uRlnir che'np flavoring extracts. Us*
SAUER'S and don't take substitutes.
FIRE~INBURANCE. 1111 EAST MAIN
Street. FRANK W. LAUGHTON, Man?
ager. 'Phone 837C.
WHATS MORE USEFUL THAN AN
evcnlnc shade In Albatross? .'19 nnd 50o,
are the favorites. PEMBERTON,
PRICE & CO._
WHY BUY IMPURE GOODS WHEN
vou can get the best? SAUER'8 FLAV?
ORING EXTRACTS havc s,0b<1 lhfl ,eBt
of years. _
DON'T MISS BUSBY'S, ?'' BROAD
Street, cut price sale, on clothing; now
Is your time'; Tfic. on the dollar.
_ MASONIC NOTICE-8T. JOHN'S
>fV LODGE,?The members of- t?T.
/V\ JOHN'S LODGE. NO. .V, A. F. &-.
A. M., will attend the stated communi?
cation of tholr lodge at tlie Masonic Tem?
ple on THIS (Tuesday) EVENING. July
12, JMt. al. 7:30 o'clock. Members of sis?
ter lodges and transient brethren are
cordially and fraternally Invited.
By orderof the Worshipful Master.
OSCAR J.ADoMB, Secretary.
THE'' REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the Stockholders of the RICHMOND
PAPER MFC. CO. will be held at Its i
olllcc on TUESDAY.. July 19th, 1901, at
12 o'clock M.
A. H. CHRISTIAN. Jr., President
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the Stockholders of the WATKINS
COTTRELL CO. will be held at Its of?
fice on AUGUST 9, H>04. nt 12 o'clock M,
C, S. FENSO.M, Sect'y. and Treas.
VIRGINIA BUILDING & LOAN CO
Annual meeting of Stockholders will be
held on TUESDAY. July 12. 1904. nt 4:30
P. M. C. T. LOEHR. Secretary.
TWO FRESH COWS; WILL EXCHANGE
for a good farm horso. Apply nt Brick
House. Wl'ton Road and Osborno Pike,
Varlna. JI. D. HILDERBRAND, Sta?
tion No. 2._:v-_.____
YOU iWILL FORGET THE HOT
wenther while you are, reading SUE
TERRY, by Margaret Ryan, of Rich?
mond; now on sale.
NEW DESIGNS IN BRASS AND IRON
\Bedn: lowiMt prloes. OSTRANDER'S.
209 West Broad Street.
DON'T SPOIL YOUR COOKING BY
using cheap flavoring extracts. Use
SAUER'S and don't take substitutes.
YES. BUSBY, 00 BROAD STREET. CAN
nt you with a suit at 75c. on the dollar.
EOLIANS IN EVENING SHADES A^E
dressy and the mode; ono dollar for the
best. PEMBERTON. PRICE & CO.
CERTAIN PILE CURE. 25C. AT YOUR
' druggist's, will cure you- __
FOR A COOL SUMMER GO TO
"The Land of' Evangeline,"
A land as rich In health and beauty as It
Is In romsntlc, historical Interest. - ,.
The Dominion Atlantic Railway'*
Superb Twin-Screw l>-knot
SS. PRINCE ARTHUR
Maintains a direct weekly sendee between
Affording s most delightful' daylight trip
Through Long Island Sound,
Snlln every Saturday from tbe Munsin
Li Be S. S. Pier 11, East River, N. Y.,
YARMOUTH fjewvnoK' HALIFAX '
rtoiiul Trip. IJs'llil.IUnll Round Trip, 133.
Including Meals and Cabin Berth.
Individual Stslo Rooms nnd Rooms ds
Luxe, from ?2,00.
Illustrated literature, llme-tsbles and
tickets at alt general tourist agencies and
at the \ ?> ? --' ??'?
Munson SUamshh Line, '?,V
Room 1606 Beaver Building. Beaver Street,
MOONLIGHT EXCURSION TO
TUESDAY. JULY 1PTH. S:lfi.P. M?
MILLER & HIIOAD8 EMPI.OYES,
' MUTUAL All.) SOCIETY.
GENTLEMEN'S TICKETS. fiOC.
LADIES' TICKETS 25C. <
....ROUND $1 00 TRIP....
JULY 31. 1804, ?? , _
By Christian Band and New Church So?
ciety, Central Methodist Episcopal
church,! Manchester, Va, Benefit organ
viatn leaves Southern Depot, Marches
ter, Va.. 8 A. M.; Main Street (O. <fc O.)
Pepnt; Richmond, 8;1B A. M.
"Old Point Comfort"
July I6th, at 10 p'Clock.
7Kn R?u?d Trip tp Norfolk..lX\f%
I JU Round Trip to Newport New*,...,.?? I PL
GOc Children Under Twelve Year* of Age. 60o
Tlokiti Good to Rtturn Nut Night or th? Following Tuesday,