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Tho Too T?oo ??/ont Aile wi" he'P y?u to mana^e y?ur affairs?and even though your affairs be very simple they
lllC IKXrVKK ft dill /ills? w?H usually "manage" you if you don't get a helping hand from the Tee=Dee "Wants."
lt>R CLASSIFIED WANT
?i 1 cent per ? ord Net Cash In
ADVANCE, with a minimum cost
of 25 conte for each Insertion.
The same rato applica to deaths,
marriages, obituaries and all othor
classified notices. No display typo
allowed In tho classified columns.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-APRIL 22D, GOLD M13DAI* 1N
ecrlbod "Company H, Fifth Regiment,
G. S. T., awarded Waldo I. Davis,"
etc. Reward for return to CARTER S
. DRUG STORE, 1102 Hull Street, Man?
LOST-WHITE 13 U L L ? ? URIE R,
marked with brlndle spot on h|p and
tall; had on collar and medal: answers
to name of."Tlgo." Reward if returned
to 302 West Franklin Street.
SALESMAN WANTED-A RELIABLE
muni to sell ,?> (ino line of ? and 10 cent
cigars; stalo experience and what terri?
tory acquainted with. Address A. 175,
care this oflico.
TWENTY-FIVE MEN WANTED FOR
cur repair work. Call ut the other of J?
L.. GOULD, Master Mechanic, Seven?
teenth Street Shop, C. and ?. Rwy.
TWENTY GRANITE CUTTERS WANT
ed; 40c. per hour for first-clnss men.
Apply RAM'SAY-BRISBEN STONE CO.,
Atlanta, Ga. ? \
WANTED, THE RIGHT KINO OF
young num. who hns $100, to learn a
good occupation and got employment.
Apply at 1112 Capitol Street (third floor).
WANTED, MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade; cannot supply demand
for graduates; ?4 to $5 por day; many
complete course in two months; grad?
uates admitted to Union and Master
Plumbers' Ass'li. Send for free cata?
logue. COYNE DROS CO., Plumbing
ScnoolS, Cincinnati, o., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED, MEN TO LEARN BARRER
trade. Great opportunity; eight weeks
completes; wages Saturday; position
worm 510 wceKly, guaranteed, wiicn
through; begin anytime; Illustrated
catalogue mailed froo. MOLER'S BAR?
BER COLLEGE, 131 Prince Street, New
WANTED, SETTLED MAN, EXPER1
enced In grocery business; light work,
small pay. but good homo, with hoard,
tp a good man; location, on suburbs;
city reference required; no hoy or
'young man need apply. Address Mr.
JOHNSON, care Carrier No. 1. city.
WANTED, THREE DERRICK RUN
ners for stiff-logged derrick on stone
setting: must be careful and competent
men; Job will last a year. Address Box
2-17, Charleston, S. C, stating wages re?
quired and experience In stone setting.
WANTED, AT QNCE, FIRST-CLASS
blacksmith for wagon and carriage shop
and custom work; must In; strictly
sober; married man preferred; steady
job to right man. JOHN LEWIS ?b
SONS, Greensboro, N? C.
WANTED. A3.; BOOKKEEPER! MUST
be ' absolutely sober, courteous. Indus?
trious nnd honest; references required.
Apply to S, care Postmaster, Newport
WANTED, A DRUG CLERK or regis?
tered assistant; one capable of taking
charge of'store; exceptionally good po?
sition. Apply, with references, to GEN
CONA, Newport News, Vn..
WANTED, A BOY' TO WORK IN OUR
composing room; must have at least
two vears' experience. Apply to WIL?
LIAMS PRINTING CO., 0 South Tenth
WANTED. YOUNG MAN ????GG IG
years old as office boy; salary to start
$2.00, per 4w.eek. Address II, 173, care
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WHITE BAR
. ber nt once. M. E. STEPHENSON, 113
Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Va.
A YOUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION
to teach the usual English branches,
Latin, vocnl and Instrumental music
and elocution. MISS S., Fredericks
WANTED, POSITION AS BARTENDER
by middle-aged, single gentlemnn; can
speak English, Merman-,and Rollsh; ten
y.ears' experience.;-? good' references. Ad?
dress D. 'Hi!?, care tills olllcc.
EXPERIENCED MALE BTENOGRA
pher desires position during his vaca?
tion of two weeks, any time in July;
salary expected, $10. Address VACA?
TION STENOGRAPHER, P. O. Box 22,
WANTED, POSITION AS COLLECTOR
or odlce assistant by an experienced
young man. Address BUSINESS, 511 N.
I.?. ? , ; ? ?? ?: - ? -r
A LADY STENOGRAPHER IS WANT?
ed who has a good English education,
who knows bow to spell, who has u
good vocabulary, and who understands
English giammai?. Sho should have
speed of one hundred words por minuto,
and should be neat and accurato, Any?
one with the above qualifications, who
desires a position, apply to SPEED
AND ACCURACY, care Christian Ad?
vocate, Richmond, Va.
WANTED, 25 SALESLADIES, EXPERI?
ENCED HANDS ONLY. AND 10 STOCK
BOYS AND GIRLS. APPLY CHEAT
WOOD'S, l?ll E. MAIN STREET, BE?
TWEEN ? AND 12 ?. M. THURSDAY.
SERVICE DESIRED FOR THE BIO
MILL REMNANT KALE.
?WANTED. A GOOD AND RELIABLE
cook and house servant; good wage:: to
the right party. Apply to io.' W. Clay.
A GRADUATE <jF THE WOMAN'S
College, Richmond, Vn.. desires a posi?
tion to teaen the following sessioni
teaches English, French and other
branches; Munie and Latin specialties;
-position in college or Academy pre?
ferred. Address Miss M?. W. v., New
Kent Courthouse, Va.
WANTED,'PUPILS FOR OUR SPECIAL
summer session; rates of tuli Ion greatly
reduced for pupils entering during ine
month of June. Call or telephone for
? particular*. MASSEY BUSINESS COL?
LEGE, corner Main and Seventh
Streets, Mayo Building,
WANTED, AT ONCE, 20 MEN AND 1?
women for good homes North; good
wuges; tr.'iiiHportutlouii furnished. W,
M. MARTIN & CO., 215 N. Ninth Street.
SOLICITORS & SALESMEN
WANTED, SALESMAN A L R ? A D V
traveling to Hill linseed oll und paini? on
liberal commission: no samples. Ad?
di' ?<? Box 209, Richmond, Va.
HOTEL LAWRENCE CAFE.
YEBT, IT IS HOT ALL RIGHT! RUT
suppose you were under the fune ut
HOTEL LAWRENCE CAFE drinking
a Gin'Rickey, Mini Julep, High. Rail
?G Cold Bottle (any brand) Beer, don't
you think you would cool off somef
Twelfth and Hain.
BOARDERS--708 E. GRACB-PERMA
nent, trnnslont and tabio boarders; a
room always for transient. 'Phono 4141.
EIGHTH St., N., 61&-MCELY FUR
nlshed, comfortable rooms; good table;
permnnont and translont boarders;
FRANKLIN ST., E., 416-1*?7RMANENT.
trnnslent nnd table boarders. 'Phone
Bcrvlco. Mrs. STELLA C. FRENCH.
Franklin st.. e., ub-m?8. pitzer's.
A few choice rooms for translonta. Jiix
tonslvo Improvements will bo mnde by
October, also addition of parlor and dtn
GRACE ST., E., 103-BOARDERS WANT
ed for nice front nnd back rooms; nlso
LARO R, COOL ROOMS, NICELY FUR
lllsliod, ?1.00 per day, with board, ill
East Twenty- fifth Street, Now York,
Mrs. J. C. MASRROUCK.
MARSHALL ST.. ??. ??-??ART3INO;
central location; one and a half block?
from Murphy's Hotel; terms reasonable.
TWEWFTH ST., N., 403-FIRST-CLASS
hoard and rooms at EANES HOUSE.
?10,'t N. Twelfth Strcot. Terms reason?
THIRD i?\ S~ 11? sECOND-STORY
front room for rent, furnished, with
WANTED, TWO COUPLES, WITHOUT
children, or four gentlemen to occupy
nice rooms, with board; home-made, but?
ter, nice milk: location, suburbs of city.
Address E. 190, caro this otllco.
DODSON COTTAGE, VIRGINIA BEACH,
ocean front; Sunday dinners, 40 cents:
piano; modern Improvements; special
rates to parties; 50 yards from hotel.
Pavilion Station, Mrs. LUTUJill?
NEW YORK CITY, 12?W. EIOHTY-SEC
ond Street: family living iwar Central
Park, would accommodate Southerner;
convenient to all car lines. "Wrlto for
THE* RUTLAND, SIX MILES FROM
Richmond, on main lino of C. & O. ; con?
venient mall and train service; telephone
In house; hot nnd cold baths; boating,
swimming nnd fishing; rallriad fare, $2.75
per month. Address J. 112, care this
WANTED, BOARDERS AT THE ROSE
wood f'ottago, Virginia Ray Station,
Ocean View. Special rates for parties.
Mrs. W. A. GRAVES.
WANTED, 25 SALESLADIES, EXPERI?
ENCED [HANDS ONLY, AND 10 STOCK
BOYS AND GIRLS- APPLY CHEAT
WOOD'S, 1511 E. MAIN STREET, BE?
TWEEN 9 AND 12 ?. M. THURSDAY.
SERVICE DESIRED FOR THE BIG
MILL REMNANT SALE.
WANTED, FOR CASH, STOCKS OF
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, Dry
Goods and Notions, Stationery, Confec?
tionery, Furniture, Carpets, etc. can
WANTED, TO BUY A FULL SET OF
band Instruments, either rfew or sec?
ond-hand. Address DIRECTOR, Tonno
Brass Band, Toa no, Va.
WANTED, FOR CASH, FURNITURE
and household effects; entire or portion
of household bought. Call 'phono 5?03.G.
WHERE 18 FOUSaiSE STREET? ????
site OLIVER'S AUCTION HOUSE. ?
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME FOR AN
energetic young man to step Into an es?
tablished "light manufacturing business;
largo demand for goods; profits over
150 per cent; only 4-100 required; other
business requires'attention away from
city. Address E. W. care of Ibis office.
TO THE LADIES WHO ARE CONTEM
plallng putting up pickles, preserves,
etc.: This season you've got to have
Jars. Now look at these prices and
'phone 192S quick before they are all
gone. The latest and best make. 1
pint, 42c. dozen; quarts, 63c. dozen; 1-2
gallons, 73c. dozen.' at BRUCE HARD?
WARE CO., 1711 East Franklin Street.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
CLEANING, DYEING, SCOURING?
Gents' suits pressod, 60c: pants pressed,
10c.; ladles' suits pressed, 60c. upwards;
paats scoured and pressod, 30c; suits
scoured and pressed, $1.00; ladles' skirt?
cleaned and pressed, 50c; ladles' skirt?
scoured and pressed, 76c; dyeing at cost;
old reliable dyo house. MUTUAL
STEAM DYEING & CLEAN1NQ
WORKS. 812 W. Broad Street. 'Phone
2274. Wagon calls anU delivers ?oods,
FORTY YEARS TEST PROVES IT THE
best?Frayser's Dhirrhoera Cordial for
nil bowel troubles, recent or chronic;
25o. bottle. J. W- FRAYSER, 1S01 Main
Tlio following Branch Offices have
been established for tho benefit of
those living at a distance from the
Main Office uf The Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Tho' Teo-Deo Wants left at any of
theso branches will rooeivo tho samo
careful attention us though thwy liad
been left at tho Muln Off'.co. and
there will bo no extru cost to tho ad
SLAUGHTER'S DRUG STORE, Twen?
ty-fifth and Venablo Streets.
W. F..EANES, Twenty-fifth and Leigh
A. A. SCOTT, Twenty-fifth and Broad
ROBERT J. WILLIAMS, Twenty.first
and Marshall Streets.
TARRANTS, GRANT & CO., Fouahee
and Broad Streets.
G. W. Lattlmer, No. '800 West Mar?
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE, No. 1B21
West Main Street.
I. L. BEVERIDGE, Brook Avenue and
RADY'S DRUG STORE, Barton
PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, No. 3900
Wllllamoburg Avenue, Fulton.
ROBIN'6 PHARMACY, No, 200 East
CITY DRUG STORE, No. 1444 Easv
Main Street, corner Fifteenth,
JUDSON CUNNINGHAM, No. 2027
'East Main, corner Twenty.flrat.
PINE STREET PHARMACY, No. 334
South Pine Street.
No. 412 Euat Broad Street.
THE PARAGON PHARMACY, No. 801
Webt Cary street.
EATON PHARMACY, Twenty.eighth
and ? Streets.
RISON'S PHARMACY, No. 119 Canal
J. T. LEWI6. No. 4 E. Broad 8treet.
CARTER'S DRUG STORE, No. 1102
Hull Street, Manchester.
W, A. PERKINS, No. 44 North Syca?
more Street, Petersburg.
& & &
Retail merchants frequently get tho
idea into their heads that because they
sell goods that the public must have,
and sell on a very low margin, adver?
tising would not help them any. There
never was a more erroneous notion.
Surely advertising will increase any
legitimate business, and the grocer, dry
goods merchant, or any one who has
anything to sell and does not use his
local paper, or in any other Ayay docs
not keep himself before the public, is
neglecting one ' of ? the most powerf ul
aids he can find in his effort to secure
Tee-Dee Want Ads. reach all Virginia.
'Phone 549 for the Tee-Dee Want Ad.
REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
FOR SALE?A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
fronting directly on Hampton Roads,
between Newport News nnd Hampton,
opposite tho site of the Jamestown Ex?
position grounds; every advantage of
boating, bathing nnd fishing; the moat
desirable location In Virginia for a homo
all tho year round; house contains 8
rooms nnd bath, modern In every parti?
cular; ground, 50 feet wator front Dy
135 feet deep; price $4,500. Write WAL?
TER OHARNLEY, M'gr. Real Estate
Dept., Virginia Guaranty and Trust
Corp., Newport News, Va.
FOR SALE, CHEAP FOR CASH?TWO
desirable building lots on Nine Mile
Rond, between Twenty-eighth nnd
Twenty-ninth Street. Address CASH,
No. nil N. Twenty-fifth? Street, city.
WILL SELL AT A SACRIFICE, ~A
splendid Dwelling and Storo, doing ?
good business, near railroad, In Pied?
mont district. Address C. 196, care this
LARGE DOUBLE SODA AND M1NE
ral Water Fountain, with twenty syrups,
two soda and four mlncrnl water
draught tube?; i 30-gallon fountains. 27
glasses, 27 holders, connection pipes,
etc.; everything complete; a bargain,
cheap for cash or on time. See it at
No. 618 North Monroe Streot, corner
Brook Avenuo, city.
FOR SALE-FOUR CYPRESS TANKS,
2,000 gallons each; never been used. Ap?
ply V. DONATI, 312 ?. Twenty.-?lfth
I WILL SELL ONE SECOND-HAND
Ruhber-Tlred Trap, In good order, for
J75.00. W. C. SMITH, 314 N. Fifth Street.;.
TRY SNOW WHITE SHOE POLISH,'
easy to apply and doos not rub off, price
He at BLANKS'S, The Preschiptlon
WA?TEDi TO SELL A NO. 2 EASTMAN
Kodak, almost now. Will sell cheap to
quick purchaser. Address H, 172, caro
LADIES' WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS,
75c. at STEIN'S, Fifth and Broad.
I - .. . : ,?:-t
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED. TO RENT BY SEPT. 1ST,
six to eight-room house, with stable on
lot; give locntlon and price. L. 186i care
this office. ,
ENTER NOW AND BE PREPARED
for situation next fall: largo discount
from rates of tuition for pupils enter?
ing during tho month of June. Wrlto or
call for particulars. MASSEY BUSI?
WHY USE BAUER'S EXTRACTS?
BAUER'S EXTRACTS BEST BY TEST.
BAUER'S EXTRACTS ARE CHEAPEST.
BAUER'S EXTRACTS. WHY! BECAUSE
BAUER'S EXTRACTS ARE STRICTLY
SAUER'S EXT8RACTS GIVE YOU RE
sulLs whero others fail.
SAUER'S EXTRACTS HAVE THE
SAUER'S EXTRACTS RECEIVED
highest award and medal at World's
INDIGESTION AND ANY TROUBLES
caused by uric acid Is cured by drink?
ing Harris Antl-Dy.speptlc and Llthla
Wnt/r; springs located near Burkevlllo,
Va.; received fresh every day. J. A.
MORRIS & CO., No. 114 North Seventh
Street. 'Phono 4882.
LADIES' FINE WHITE CANVAS Ox?
fords, with wide ribbon, JLOO. STEIN'S,
corner Fifth and Broad.
SNOW WHITUrSHOE POLISH, MAKES
shoes white as snow, price 5c, at
BLANKS', The Prescription Druggist
ANY RELIABLE YOUNG MAN OR BOY
who wishes to mnko souve money In
his community to help In payment of
board nnd tuition nt school may address
L. 170, care this oflleo.
T? YOU WEAR SIZE 14. 10, 18V4. 17, T7V4
you can get 11.60 nnd $2 Shirts for 60 nnd
76o. each ns long ns this lot lasts. MUS?
COE H. GARNETT, Eighth and Main
IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO RAVE YOUR
shirts made to order It Is certainly to
your Interest to see our display of shirt?
Inga. If you can't call ask to see sam?
ples. W. S. CONSTABLE & CO., 7!?
East Mtiln Street.
OLIVER'S AUCTION HOUSE, 00 BROAD
Street, 'pheno 458L? If you havo any?
thing to soli go to GEO. V. OLIVER'S,
W Broad St rent. Balo every other day.
Goods received at any timo. No
charg?e for etorago while awaiting
sale. 'Phono 468L.
SPECIAL SUMMER KATES OF THE
M assay Business Colloco are now In ef?
fect. Write or call fur Information.
MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE, cor
ner Main and .Seventh Streets, Mayo
ANY YOUNG LADY WHO DEBIREB
work in her community with which to
muko some money to help defray her
expanses at rullcgo may address C, 187,
cart? this uftlcu.
WHERE IB THE DIVrniNG LINsTTlF
the city? OLIVER'S AUCTION
HOUSE, 00 Broad Street.
COAL, WOOD AND ICE.
WE SELL GOOD, COLD ICE. LET*"??s
have your order. The best of attention
and prompt delivery at reasonable prices
Is our motto. FORD & CARRINGTON,
101 South Pino Street, Coal, Wood and
Ice Dealers. 'Phono 4760.
YES, WE CAN SERVE YOU WITH
pure ice; also half cord Sawed Pino, $2.76;
Oak, $3.00. All kinds of Coal and Coke
at lowest, prices. TYLER & RYAN,
Linden and Cary. 'Phone 11)71).
?1.26 FOR HALF CORD ALLEGHANY
Box Factory Kindling Wood, delivered;
all kinds of fuel at prices to meet all
comers, quantity and quality consid?
ered; establlshcduhi 186S. J. B. LACY.
STOP! STOP!! STOP!!!
BEFORE COMMENCING YOUR SPRING
HOUSE CLEANING LET GARDNER
& PEARCE" PAPiJR YOUR ROOMS.
812 N. FIRST ST. ????? 1926.|
SAY, DON'T THESE FLIES BITE7?AND
(inly a gentle whisper. It's nearly time
for Mr. Mosquito'. -Now,-?,to get rid of
these Interesting little ,would-be friends
get some of .Bruce's Screen Doors nt
75c. up, nnd Windows, 15c. up. 'Phon/a
1928 or call at 1711' East Franklin Street.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED-A FINE
collection '? of original Antiques at low
! prices. L.'.N. ARNALL, 318 Brook Ave
; nu?; " " .:.
GENUINE ANTIQUE FURNITURE OF
all description repaired and reflnlshed
perfectly; aleo all other'kinds of furni?
ture repaired. C. E. LYDA. No. 417 W.
Main. 'Phono 2507. .
LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTIQUES
in the State; everything,at rook bottom
prices. BIGGS. No. 515 East Main St.
TRUNKS, BAGS AND CASES. O. H.
BERRY' & CO.'S Great Basement Trav?
elers' Goods Department can supply you
With all tho newest things for travelers.
Biggest stock in this section. Worth
E. H. 8PENCE. ?a NORTH NINTH.
Trunks and Traveling Bags of all kind?
repaired. 'Phono or call; I will send for
your trunk or vallee..
H. W. ROUNTREE & BRO. TRUNK
AND BAG CO., Retail and Repairing,
Fourteenth and Broad Streets.
SOUTHERN DENTAL ROOMS. OPPO
slto the postoihVo.'Phone 8296. Exam?
inations and estimates free.
rOR CHEAP AND URI BTOHAU?
room? apply to RICHARDBON * CHAP?
PELL, Storage 'Department, Bel vider?
Bulldlo?. SOI W. Main Street. 'Phon. Ml.
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. ???
LOB * TAYLOR PRINTING CO.. No. 1
Governor Street. .Richmond. Vi.
MECHANICS' TOOLS OF EVERY De?
scription at tho proper price. 'Phono
1928 or call on BRUCE HARDWARE
CO., 1711 East Franklin Street.
AWNINGS, TENT8 ANO FLAGS.
KEEP YOUR STORE COOL AND
shady. Just call 'phone 2576 und COPE?
LAND & CO. will do the rest by fur
nlshing you an up-to-date awning. Get
their prices. 108 N. Ninth Streot.
TIME FOR EXCURSIONS.
?? YOU WANT ANY EXCURSION
posters, dodgers or tickets, FIZZINI
SHOW PRINT Is the placo to sav? you
money. 104 South Eighth Streot.
???? str?rarao ?t???a?G~
7EC, HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; OOC.
Iialf-sole ludios' shoes. If you bring
this coupon nnd cash with shoos we will
accept it as 16o, cash rebate during the
week ending July 8th. Best rock oak
leather used nnd sewed with tho unni.?
machine ns they nro made with. No
big, ugly stitches to riso like the cob
hler sows by hand; no squeaking; no
nails. Rubber heels, 36o. Our own
made, mon's sewed working shoe, $2.
DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY,
71? E. Main Street. 'Phone 2007. Scud
COME NOW WHILE YOU CAN GET
your pick of the largest etock of up-to
date, millinery; tho sale Is now going
on and every hat Is snorllleed, MRS.
CHAMLEE, 318 E. Bromi Street,
SCREENS AND AWNINGS MADE TO
order; get ostlmatos at once, C. B,
NORVELL. 211 1-2 North Sixth St.,
HAS THE HOARD OF HEALTH MAN
called on you yol ; don't let h Ini catch
you napping. 'Phone 1928 for some of
Unices Slnck Limo at 15c. peck and
have things In proper shapo. BRUCE
HARDWARE CO., 1711 EfiBt Franklin
Advertisements Inserted under Exchange
Column at tho rato of one cent a word.
No ad. accepted for less than 26 cent?.
WHITE AS SNOW, SNOW WHITE
Shoe Polish. Try It, price 6c, at
BLANKS'S, The Prescription Druggist
PAY NO ATTENTION TO AGENTS
who tell you there Is no office here for
tho DomestW and Wheeler & Wilson,
Come and see tho new styles. 222 East
Broad Street. GARLAND H. CLARKE
THIS IS TO EVERYBODY THAT LIVES
In a house: Dust Is something very die*
agreeable. Why have It? Simply use
Brucvs's Dustless Floor Oil tA 25c. gal?
lon and bo happy. 'Phono 1028, BRUCE
HARDWARE CO., 1711 East Franklin.
TRY VU ON PRINTING; WE KNOW
we can suit you. TAYLOR & TAYLOA
PRINTING CO.. yule* Primers. No. J
Governor Street- _
LADIES! WHEN YOU ARE TIRED
and warm, stop In at 403 E. Broad Street
and get a piate of our delicious >co
cream in our now parlor. HUB CANDY
MANUFACTURING CO. ._
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS.
CONSULT US BEFORE GOING ELSE
where and see what we can do for you In
the awning Uno. COPELAND & CO., It*
North Ninth Street. 'Phone 257?.
TAKE THE HINT.
TIRED BUSINESS ME.., WITH NER
vous Indigestion and Insomnia, are cured
by using Harris Anti-Dyspeptic. Water;
try It. J. A. MORRIS & CO., 114 North
Seventh St. 'Phone 4882.
LEVY, THE UPHOLSTERER, CAN
malie your slip covers now?avoid the
rush. 64 Brook Aven?i. 'Phone 1036.
TAILORS AND CLOTHING RENOVA
THE CHIMBORAZO TAILORING,
CLEANING AND PRESSING CO-,
Stngg & Wiseman, Proprietors, 2410 East
Broad. Your patronage solicited. Goods
called for and delivered same day.
LEST YOU FORGET, LET US SAY
that EANES'S Dyspepsia Tablets aro
guaranteed to cure dyspepsia In all Its
forms; 25c, nil druggists, or W. F.
EANES, Twenty-fifth and Leigh, Rich?
THE BEST DEVILED CRABS IN THE
city (home made); clnm chowder the
best; sea food cooked to order. BROAD
STREET CAFE, Max Bernstein, Pro?
prietor. 402 East Broad Street.
WADE'S DIARRHOEA AND DYSEN
tery Compound. Cures diarrhoea nnd
dysentery, cholera morbus, cramp colic,
bilious colic, painters' colic, chronio
diarrhoea, cholera Infantum, and all
summer complaints; excellent for chil?
dren teething; plensant nnd agreeable to
take. Highly recommended by physi?
cians, professional nurses nnd druggists.
See testimonials of what those who havo
used it have to say about it. Over ntty
year's reputation behind every bottle.
Price, 25 cents per bottle. All druggists.
IF YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE WITH
your roofs 'phone 871, or drop us a pos?
tal and wo will examino and report cost
of making them water tight. ARMI
TAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
BUSINESS MEN'S QUICK LUNCH.
u..>.?.?.?..?. ,.., ..
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN GET
better value for your money and In less
time at HOTEL LAWRENCE CAFE'S
Qulok Business Men's Lunch Counter
thnn any pinco In tho city? if you
don't know It ono trial will convince you.
Twelfth and Main.
FOR NERVOUS INDIGESTION
EANES'S Dyspepsia Tablets will cure
you. Why? Becouso they have oured
hundreds of others. Try them and you
will use no other. 23c. box. All drug?
GRASS WIDOWERS WILL PLEASE
take notice and remembor the best and
oldest established placo In the city, GUS
E. DELARUE'S, 910 E. Main Street,
where you can get a goofl dinner or a
hot iOc. lunch, served from 11 A. M. to
11 P. M;" I also servo dishes cooked to
order from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Sjfi M A SO ?I cV~NOt7ce-A ^STATED
YY communication of Jopjin Lodge,
^V> No. 40, A. F, &. ?, M., will bo held
at the Masonic Temple THURSDAY, (Uh
Instant, at 7:80 o'clock P. M. Members
of sister lodges and transient brethren
are fraternally Invited to bo present.
By order of the W. M,
GEORGE C. JEFFERSON,
THE REGULAR ANNUAL"meTFiMNG
of tho Stockholders of the Richmond
Paper Mfg. Co. will be held at Its ottico
on Tuesday, July 18th. 190.->, at 12 o'clock
"I. A, II. CHRISTIAN, Jr.,
Vn. Bldg, and Loan Co.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of this Company will - 00
held un Tuesday, July 11th, at ?1:?0
_ CHAH. T. LO.HHR, Secretary.
divi d E; ?b" ~n"5t? CET "
Wilmington; N. C, juno 30, 1903.
Office of the Treasurer of
Atlantic Coast Lino Railway Company,
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
Directors of Atlantic Coast Lino Railroad
Company, duly colled and held on May
18, 190:">, a dividend of two and one-Iiiilf
jvr cent, wns declared on the common
capital stock of that company, payable
nt tho ofllce of tho Treasurer, at Wil?
mington. N. 0? on July 10. 1605, to all
stockholders of recorr? a? of June 23, 1005.
The transfer books were closed on June
23, 1905. .. three o'clock P. M? and will
bo re-o|v?ned on July 10, 1905, at ton
O'clock ?. M.
. JAMES F, POST, Troae.
BIG SKATjNG RINK
In Afternoon, Free.
At Night, 5 cents.
SKATES?Gentlemen, 20 cents.
Ladles, 10 cents.
All tlie Time
The Valentine Museum?
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 6 P. ?. ,
FREE ON SATURDAYS.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Opens dally from 9 A. M. to fi P. M.
admission, 25 conte. Fren on Saturday.
Balance of Week.
A High Bom Lady
All the Week.
THE TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL
meeting of the Virginia Mechanics' In?
stitute will be held at tho Institute, No.
1014 East Broad Street, on Tuesday,
July llth, 19CG, at 8:30 o'clock P. M. Tho
regular annual reports will bo made.
Election of Board of Directors und other
business. A full attendance urgently re?
quested. THOMAS ELLETT, Sec'y.
NOTICE?IN PURSUANCE OF A RE80
lutlon of the Board of Directors, passed
on June 27th, 1905, a meeting of tho
Stockholders of the Bank of Commerce
nnd Trusts will be held at tho olllcee of
tho Bank, Main and Tenth Streets, |il
tho city of Richmond, Va., on' 10th day
o? July, 1906, at 4 o'clock P. M,
J. D. LECKY. Secretary.
Richmond, Vn., Juno 16, 1905.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of The Everett Waddey Co.
will be held at their offices, 1105 E.-.st
Main Street, on July 15, ?1905. at e o'clock
P. M. R. S. CHAMBERLAYNE,
Secretary and Treasurer.
*+ ? HORNER
FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR BE?
GINS NEXT SEPTEMBER.
Offers Classical, Scientific and
English Courses, preparing
for A. B. and B. S. college
courses or for entrance to
West Point or Annapolis.
Every member of faculty an
experienced and successful
teacher. Discipline firm, fair,
Impartial. Location Ideal as
to climate and environment; town has no
bad Influences for boys. Buildings and
furnishings modern, perfect sanitary ar?
rangements, wholesome fare, no crowding.
Tho very best mental, moral, physical
and social training.
Illustrated catalog, terms, etc., upon
J. C. HORNER, A. B? A. M:, Principal,
Oxford, N. C.
CHRISTOPHER TOMPKlNR, M. D., Deen
Department? of Medicine, Dentistry and
The Sixty-eighth Session will commence Scp-,
tember 20, 1306. f
Excellent Theoretical Course with Thorough
Practical and Clinical Instruction In tho Me?
morial Hospital, City Free Dispensary, and
New and Well-Equipped Laboratories, all un?
der the exclusivo control of the College, to?
gether with the Stale Penitentiary Hospital,
City Almshoueo Hospital and other Publio In?
For Cataloeuo address
DR. F. M. READE,
Secretary. Richmond, Va.
University of Virginia, Charlottesvllle, Va,
DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.
Four yen r courses leading to degrees In
CIVIL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL and
MININO Engineering. Methods of Instruction
by lecture and recitation, oral and written ex?
amination, and practical exercises In shop and
Mold, drawing room and laboratory. Fully
equipped SHOPS; Laboratories of APPLIED
MECHANIC'S, ELECTRICAL ENOINEERINO,
PHYSIOS and CHEMISTRY. Museum of In?
dustrial Chemistry and Geology. Faculty of
flfteqn professors and instructors. For cata?
logue and information address
HOWARD WINSTON; Registrar.
For YOUNG LADIES, Konnokc, Vn.
Opens Sopt. 25, 1W5. One of the lending
Schools for Young lAdlos In the South, New
buildings, pianos and equipment. Campus ten
acres. Orand mountain sconery In Vslley of
Virginia, famed for health. European and
American teachers. Full course. Conservatory
advantages In Art, Music and Elocution. Cor
llllealee Wollosloy. Students from SO States.
For catalogue address MA'UTIE P. HARRIS,
Presidenti Roanoko, Va, ,
THE GLEBE SCHOOL
419 West Grace Street,
JUNIUS 10. LEIOIl, Head Mnster.
The fourth session of ihn Cllebo School
will bogln Wednesday, September 20, 1U0S.
Prepares for colleges and universities,
Primary department fur small boys. Term?
(100 i>or school year, one half puyuble on
entrance nnd ono half February 1 ensuing.
For Information and catalogues upply to the
head master, 202 W. Main Streot.
NOLLEY'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS
Pine, between draco and Franklin Streets.
Opens Tueiiduy, September (?Otti. New pupils
classified September '-"th. School house woll
lilted up with modern fixtures?filtered water,
&c. Prepares Iwys for colleges ond universities.
Number limited to llfty. Catalogues at Hook
Stores, Fur further particulars address the
O. M. NOLLEY,
.. i?,' '1.1,1'. 1 .
Holiins Institute, Virginia.
Established lu J842.
For the Higher Education of Young Ludios.
Faculty, 13 gentlemen unii 22 ladles.
Enrollment, ?07 pupils from 20 States.
For Illustrated catalogue, apply to
MISS MATTY L. COCEE, Pies., Holl?n?, Vft.
COTTON ARE GOOD
Colonel Cunningham Reports Re?
duction in Acreage Fifteen
DOCKERY NOW GETTING WELL
Governor Glenn to Make Semi?
centennial Address at
Lillington. ?. ,?
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
RALEIGH ?. C? July 5,-Col. J?o. S.
Cunningham, of Person county, who Is
President of hoth the North Carolina
Tobacco Grower?' Association nnd the
Nortli Carolina Cotton OrowerB' Associa?
tion, says that tho reports from nil parte
of the State aro that thef tobacco crop
Is excellent nnd bids fair to euro very
satisfactorily. The cotton crop, ho says,
Is developing nicely, and there will bo a
good yield unless there Is some set bacK
later. . The acreage, he thinks, was re?
duced about fifteen per cent. Tho In?
tention of tho association was to securo
a twenty-live per cent reduction.
The Craggy Quarry Co.. of Buncombe
county, was chartered this morning with
????,??? capital, ,nnd R. 8. Ilowland prin?
Another charter wo? to tho A. T.
Orinili Manufacturing Co., of ,Goldsboro,
capital ?30,000, hy A. T. Qrllltn. C.
Dewey, E. R. Horden nnd Joe Rosonthal.
There Is also ? charter for Lllly-Alll
son Co., of Statesvllle, with capital }25,
000. by E. J. Lilly, W. II. Allison and
Mr. Jno. Dockey hns begun to steadily
improve from the wounds received at the
hands of Policeman I. W. Rogers on
the charge thnt he had betrayed his
seventeen year old daughter. Doth fam?
ily nnd physicians are very hopeful now
of his . recovery.
Govorrfor Glenn hns accepted an Invi?
tation to deliver the principal address on
the occasion of the celebration of the
seml-centennlnl of the founding of Ilnr
nett county, August 3rd- It will bo held
at Ulllngton, the county seat, and will
continue throughout the day.
President Winston of the North Caro?
lina College of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts nnnounces the addition of Mr. Chas.
W. Thomas, M. E.. of Stovene Institute.
New York, as professor of mechanical
engineering. II* Is nn Inventor of con?
TO INCREASE RATES.
Anti-Saloon Forces Celebrate the
Abolishment of Saloons.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
CHARLOTTE. N. C? July 5.?As a re?
sult, of a recent action by tho Board of
Water Commissioners, reducing tho forco
of hands at the city pumping station,
tho Southeastern Tariff Association
threatens to Increase lire Insurance rates
In this city. In a letter addressed to Su?
perintendent Campbell, of the water
works, the Tariff Association states that
if the proposed reduction In force Is mado
It will be necessary for Charlotte to be
reclasslfled from a first to.a second or
third class town for Insurance rates.
Tho proposed Increase In rates would
be a serious matter for Charlotte busi?
ness Interests, and will meet with strong
The big open air celebration of tho
anti-saloon forces, commemorative of tho
first anniversary of tho abolishment of
saloons In this city, was Interrupted by
rain to-night, and tho large crowd, num?
bering 3,000, adjourned to the courthouse,
where the programmo was completed.
HE EVADED ARREST
FOR TWENTY YEARS
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
WINSTON-BALEM, N. C, July 5.?Lum
Edwards, a white man, who has defied
the revonue ofllcers und evaded arrest
for twenty years, was given a prelim?
inary hearing before a United Statee com?
missioner hero to-day on tho charge of
blockading In Stokes county.
Edwards styles himself "tho red fox"
and says he has been too sly for tho
olllcers up to this time. Witnesses gave
damaging evidence against him to-dav,
und the commissioner,, bound Lum over
to the next term of the Federal Court
at Oreonsboro, fixing his bond largo
enough to hold him.
A deputy marshal nnd four other odl?
cers arrested Edwards, and they say it
required all of them to overpower and
put handcuffs on him.
SENSATION IN DEWEY
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
NEvVBERNE, N. C? July 5.-On the
death of a Juror, a mistrial was to-day
declared In tho caso of Thomas W.
Dewey, alleged wrecker of the Mer?
chants and Farmers Bank at Newborno,
after all evidence for tlio Stato hnd been
introduced. The work of selecting a Jury
required but forty-flvo minutes this morn?
ing, and the taking of testimony began
at onco. D. W. Roberts, bookkeeper for
tho bank, Identified tho handwriting of
various entries In tho books as that of
Dowoy, and showed that Dowey'H defal?
cations amounted to 1110,000,
Somewhat of a sensation was sprung
by the Stato In Introducjjig a lettor said
to have been written to W. B. Rindes,
of Newberne, by Dowey on December 4,
1901, In which ho naked that all offers
of rewards be rescinded, and saying
that on promise of Immunity from prose?
cution ho would return nnd pay back
dollar for dollar,
I R G ? ? 1 ?-?? THE CHANCERY
' COURT OF THE CITY OK RICH
MOND, THE ?18T DAY OF JUNE, 18?*
Jlunter D? Johnstone.Pluliillfr,
Le?nidas R, Johnstone.D?fendant
Tho object of this suit Is to obtain an
nbsolutci divorce by tho plulutlff from tlio
And nilldavlt having been mudo nnd filed
that tho d?fendant Is not a resident of
the Slate of Virginia, It Is ordered that
ho appear here within fifteen days after
duo publication of this order and do wli.it
Is nocuwsary to protect Ills interest III tin?
CHAS. O. SAVILLB. ClWk.
P. Albert Smith. ?. a.. ?ilJUa? VMWe*