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a\/\/YCiSl--I' to concentrate your advertising expenditure and apply it where it will do the most
good use Tee=Dee Want Ads. ^Cost one cent a word. * * * * *
THE RATE
FOR CLASSIFIED WANT
ADVERTISING
to 1 cent por ? ord Net Cash In
ADVANCE, with n minimum cost
of 25 cents for each Insertion.
Tho rame rnto appllo"- to deaths,
marriages, obituaries and nil other
classified notices. No display type
allowed In tho classified columns.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-APRIL 22D. GOLD MEDAL. 1N
s-crlhod "Company H, Fifth Regiment.
O. S. T., awarded Waldo I. Davis,"
etc. Rcwntd for return to CARTER'S
DRUG STORE, HO:1 Hull Street, Man
Chester, Vn.
HELP WANTED-Mais.
SALESMAN WANTED?A RELIABLE
man to soil a one line of 5 nod 10 cent
clears; state experience nnd what terri?
tory acquainted with. Address A. 175,
care this otflce.
TWENTY-FIVE MEN WANTED FOR
car repair work. Call at tho otllco of J*
L? GOULD. Master Mechanic, Seven?
teenth Street Shop, C. and O. Rwy.
TWENTY GRANITE CUTTERS \VANT
?1; 40c. per hour for first-class men.
Apply RASfSAY-BRISBEN STONE CO.,
Atlanta. G.i.
WANTED. SETTLED MAN. EXPBRI
eoeed in grocery business; light work,
small pay- but {rood home, with board.
:o a tt?d man; location, on suburbs
city reference- required: no boy c
young man need apply. Address Mr.
JOHNSON, care Carrier No. 4. city.
WANTED. MEN TO LSAJLN BARBER
trade. Great opportunity; eight wee*;s
completes: wages Saturdav; position
worth S10 weeKiy, g-aaranteed, when
through; begin anytime: Illustrated
catalogue mailed free. MOLER'S BAR?
BER COLLEGE. 131 Prince Street, New
York City.
WASTED. MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
plumbing trade; cannot supply demand
for graduates; $4 to $5 per day; many
eomp'e.e course in two months; grad?
uates admitted to Union and Master
Plumbers' Ass'n. Send for free cata?
logue. COYNE BROS CO.. Plumbing
Schools, Cincinnati. O.. St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED. THREE DERRICK RUN
ners for stiff-legged derrick on stone
setting: must be careful and competent
men; job will last a year. Address Box
247, Charleston. S. C. stating wages re?
quired and experience in stone setting.
WANTED FOR t). B. AKsTT?A3LD.
bodied unmarried men. between bih of
fi and IS, cltisens of United States, -if
food oharacter and temperate hablu, wh?
?an speak, read and write English. For
information apply to RECRUITING OF
1TCKR, UO E. Broad St., Richmond, Va.
WANTED, A BOOKKEEPER; MUST
be absolutely sober, courteous, Indus?
trious nnd honest: references required.
Apply to S, care Postmaster, Newport
News, Va.
WANTED, A BOY TO WORK IN OUR
composing room; must have at least
two years' experience. Apply to WIL?
LIAMS PRINTING CO., ti South Tenth
Street.
WANTED, YOUNG MAN ABOUT 16 '
years old ns office boy; salary to start
$2.50 per wv.-ek. Address H, 173, care
.this office.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED BUNDLE
wrapper. Apply to MANAGER. Miller
& Rhoads.
WANTED. A YOUNG MAN IN WHOLE
sale notion store, with experience. Ad?
dressiPO. Bj-xJSS^CIty*_
' SITUATION WANTED?Male
WANTED. A POSITION AS CITY
salesman or solicitor: experienced and
can give best references. Address
JAMES, 71S E. Clay.
WANTED, BY YOUNG MAN, AGED 21,
some kind of work to do from 1 P. M.
till 7 P. M? or from 6 P. M. till 11 P. M.
Address K, 1R6, care this office.
V- . i
HELP WANTED?Female.
WANTED. SEVERAL, EXPERIENCED
salesladies. Apply at once, W. A.
CHEATWOOD, 1511 E. Main Street.
WANTED, A THOROUGHY EXPERI
enced fore lady to overlook 18 standard
machines and assist with cutting overalls
and pants: refervivce required; good
position to right party. VIRGINIA
AND CAROLINA PANTS M'FG. CO..
Umbra, Brunswick county, Va.
SITUATION WANTED.Female
i. YOUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION
to teach the usual English branches,
Latin; vpcal and instrumental muslo
and elocution, MISS S., Fredericks
Hall, Va.
A LADY WHO HAS MANAGED H0USE
keeplng In a school, desires position
wheremuch experience would be useful.
Address E. l*n, euro this oflloe.
LADY TEACHER DES1 RES POSITION
in family or school to teach Music,
Harmony and usual English branches
Music a specialty; references exchanged.
Address Miss M;t; Ea?t Radford, Va.
SOLICITORS & SALESMEN'
WANTED, SALESMAN ALREADY
traveling to sal) Unseed oil and puints on
liberal commission: no sample--;. Ad?
dress Box 1:09, Richmond. Vn.
MIS^ELLANEOUsT J
FLY TIME, NEW LOT WINDOW AND
Door Screens Just received; if you
can't Mud what you want, come to
VATOHAN'S. Hoi; Kant Hroad Hired
DYEING AND CLEANING. '
CLEANING, DYEING, SCOC'tlNO-'
Gents suits press**, Hit; p;inu pressed.
10c.; ludles' suits pressed, DOc. upwards
pants scoured arid pressod, 36c.* suits
scoured arid pressed, ||.oo; ludleB'' tklrta
cleaned and pressed, Wc.; ladles' .skirts
scoured und un-ist-d, 76c.; dyelns at'nnut.
Mnj&to&jsi. &>?? .mStuai;
urisAat dyeing &. cleaning
WORKS, 813 W. Broad Street 'PI ono
2274. Wugo? calls and deliver* -foods.
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED. AND PRESsZ
od for JI.00 at MI'KENNEY'S, IU-430 w"
Marshall Street. Goods culled for and
oelivorod. 'rhone 3340.
ROOFING.
SLAG, ORANITE AND GRAVEL RobpT
Jnc guaranteed for ten y*ji;ra. ia-fer
fcnee: American National Hunk (sky?
scraper), Mutual Assurance liuiidirur
(skyscraper), Jefferson Hotel, \ew
Richmond Hotel, Chcsterileld F'luts
American Tobtuioo Co,, American Can
Co., American Locomotive Works Rich!
mond C??dar -..'orks. GiUIoko Mills. Wilt
for price to AHM1TAGE MFG. CO?
Richmond. Va. '
TIME FOR EXCUR0ION8.
LP" YOU WANT ANY EXCURSION
posters, dodgers or tickets, PIZZIN1
SHOW PRINT la the place to saw you
money, iw South Ki-juth girotn.
BOARD WANTED.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES UNFURNISM
i-r room nnd hoard, In private family;
centrally loomed. (No bonrdlng houses.)
References exehntiRorl, L, 177, onro this
office.
BOARDING.
BOARDERS-TOS E. GRACE-PERMA
nent, trnnslont nnd tnble boarders; a
room always for transient, "Phono 4141.
EIGHTH ST.. N? 610?NICELY FUR
nlshed. comfortable rooms; good tnble;
permonont and transient boarders;
tern>B reasonable.
GRACE ST., E., 101-BOARDERS WANT
od ror nlco front and back rooms; also
table boarders.
MARSHALL ST., E? 710-BOARDrNO;
central location; one and a half blocks
from Murphy's Hotel; terms reasonable.
TWEWFTH ST.. N., 403-F1RST-CLAS8
board and rooms at EANES HOUSE,
403 N. Twelfth Street. Terms reason?
able.
THIRD ST., S? ll?-SECOND-STORY
front room for rent, furnished, with
board.
"COUNTRY BOARDING.
BOARDERS WAN T E D-P R I V A T E
family in the mountains of Virginia
can accommodate boarders during the
summer: home comforts; table supplied
fresh from farm; special terms. Mrs.
W. H. HENDERSON. Swoopo, Augusta
county, Va.
NEW YORK CITY. 126 W. EIGHTY-SEC
ond Street; family living *i*-nr Central
?Park, would accommodate Southerner;
convenient to all car 'lines. Write for
particulars.
THE RUTLAND. SIX MILES FROM
Richmond, on main line of C. & O.; con?
venient mall and train service; telephone
In house; hot and cold baths; boating,
swimming and ashing:; rallrlsd fare, $2.76
per month. Address J. U2, caro this
office.
WANTED. BOARDERS AT THE ROSE
wood Cottage, Virginia Bay Station,
Ocean View. Special rates for parties.
Mrs. W. A^GRAVEa
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FRANKLIN ST.. E.. 512-FOR RENT,
for the summer, two large furnished
rooms, STiUaWe for one or .two gentle?
men: cool and pleasant, with gas and
bath. 612 E. Franklin.
'""REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
FARM FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
other property In Virginia. 120 acres,
fair buildings: 45 acnes cleared; well
fenced; five miles southwest of Fnrwell.
In Isabella county. Price, S1.S00. D.
HERRYMAN, R. F. D., No. ~i, Far
?wvsll, Mich.
A BARGA1N-I WILL SELL MY TWO
Lots on Franklin Street cheap. These
lots are beautifully located, and tho
purchaser will get a bargain If applica?
tion Is made quick. Terms easy. Apply
E. 1S2, enre this oflloe.
FOR SALE, CHEAP FOR CASH?TWO
desirable building lots on Nine Mile
Rond, between Twenty-olghth nnd
Twonty-nlnth Street. Address CASH.
No. mi N. Twenty-tirth Street, city.
FOR SALE.
WE MAKE SCREENS TO FIT WIN-'
(lows. . We have them nil made up that
is adjustable; the prices are right; they
keop out files. VAUGHAN'S, 602 East
Broad. ;
I WILL SELL ONE SECOND-HAND
Rubber-Tired Trap, in good order, for
$75,00, W, C, SMITH. 314 N. Fifth Street.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE, ON TIDE
wator: cash business; only ono in tho
county. C, 192, caro this office.
LAWN MOWERS, RUBBER HOSE. CRO
quot anil Hammocks at VAUGHAN'S.
G02 East Broad.
FOR SALE, ONE LARGE ICE BOX,"
good as new; cost $200 last year; will
suit large hotel or meat store; $00 cash.
Apply 822 W. Broad.
SNOW WHITE ShoE POLISH, 6C.
WAGNER DRUG CO.
WATCH REPAimNCL
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM. TOBIEN, Jr., Is a guarantee
that it Is done properly; 20 years' experi?
ence. Cleaning, $1.00; Main Springs
11.00. 40S East Broad Street. All work
guaranteed. ;???
stkih Bsraimnr* stiouxT ?
7SC HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES;-60(3.
half-sole ladles' shoes. If you , brine
this coupon and cash with shoos \ia will
accept It ns 15c. cash rebate during tho
week ending July 8th. Best rock oak
leather used and sowed with the same
mnchlne as they are mndo with. No
big. ugly stitches to rise llko the cob?
bler sows by hnnd; no squeaking! no
nails. Rubber heels, 35c. Our own
mnrle, men's sowed working shoe J'
DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY'
716 E. Main Street. 'Phono 26C7. Send
anywhere.
S-RINTlNtJ.
TRY VU ON PRINTING; WE KNOW
we can suit you. TAYLOR & TAYLOR
PRINTING CO.. Quick Printers? No. I
Governor Street.
TEE-DEE BRANCHES.
Tho following Branch Offices havo
boon established for tho benefit of
those living at a distance from tho
Main Office of Tliu Times-Dispatch.
Tho Tee-Duo Wants left at any of
tlioso branchus will receive tho same
careful attention as though th?y had
been left ul tho Main Off'.co, und
thero will bo no extra cobI to tho ud
vertlsor:
SLAUGHTER'S DRUG STORE, Twen?
ty-fifth and Venable Streets.
W. F. EANES, Twenty.fifth and Lelnh
'. Streets,
A. A. SPOTT, Twenty-fifth and Broad
Streets,
ROBERT J. WILLIAMS, Twenty.flrst
and Marshall Streets.
TARRANTS, GRANT & CO., Foushee
and Broad Streets. ?
G. W. Lattlmer, No, 800 West Mar?
shall Street.
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE, No. 1621
West Main Street.
1. U. BEVERIDGE, Brook Avenue and
Clay Street.
RADY'8 DRUG STORE, Barton
Heights.
PEOPLE'S DRUG 3TORE, No. 3900
Williamsburg Avenue, Fulton,
ROBIN'S PHARMACY, No. 200 East
Marshall Street.
CITY DRUG STORE, No. 1444 East
Main Street, corner Slfteenth.
JUDSON CUNNINGHAM, No. 2027
East M-aln, corner Twenty-first
PINE STREET PHARMACY, No. 334
South Pine Street.
POINDEXTER-KIRK-PARRISH CO
No. 412 East Broad Street.
THE PARAGON PHARMACY, No. 801
West Cary Street.
E^L?Nki PHARMACY, Twenty-elohth
and N Streets.
"'street8 PHARMACY? N?- "9 Canal
CAnVr!^l!LN0, 4 E' Broad 8t??t*
u I cR.S DRUQ STORE, No, 1102
Hull Street, Manchester.
Wm?A' PFRKINS- No. 44 North Sycu
more Street, Peteruburg,
THE DEMAND
FOR AN
ADVERTISED
ARTICLE
BEGINS IN THE HOME.
No advertiser can gainsay that the
influence', of the home is an important
factor to be reckoned with in disposing
of wares.
You must first have the endorsement
of the housewife if you would obtain
the best results from your advertising.
It is, therefore, essential that you use
high-grade, home newspapers. No other
media can accomplish such quick and
direct results.
The Times - Dispatch is the home
paper of Virginia, and the Tee-Dee
Want" Ads. are read by all of these home
people. Your ad. in these columns will
pay you.
NOTICE.
I BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY
friends nnd the public that I have closed
my store at No. S2<J W. Cary Street, and
nm now connected with The August
Grocery Company, at their store, corner
Laurel and Cary Streets, where you will
"nd a riiost complete and up-to-date
stock of Groceries, Fresh MK-ats nnd
Vegetnbles in the city and at tho lowest
price. I will consider it a special favor
to have you call on mo nt my new locu?
tion, and will give my personal atten?
tion to all orders entrusted to me.
Thanking you In advnnco for your con?
tinued patronage, I remain, most re
sprctfully, PHILLIP BLENNER. *
IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO RAVE YOUR
shirts made to order It Is certainly to
your Interest to see our display of shirt?
ings. If you can't call ask to see sam?
ples. ? W. S. CONSTABLE & CO.. 7!S
East Main Street.
OLIVER'S AUCTION HOUSE, 00 BROAD
Street, 'phme 45SL- If you have any?
thing to sell go to GEO. V. OLIVER'S,
U0 Broad Street. Sale every other day.
Goods received at any time. No
charges for storage while awaiting
salo. 'Phono 45SL.
TRY SNOW WHITE SHOE POLISH, 6C.
WAGNER DRUG CO.
WANTED, SEVERAL EXPERIENCED
salesladies. Apply at once, W. . A.
CHBATWOOD, 1511 E. Mnln Street.
PERSONALS.
COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINA
tlons prepared for and special coaching,
with or without board, at my homo, on
car line; tennis and othor attractions.
E. REINHOLD ROGERS, University of
Virginia.
ENTER NOW AND BE PREPARED
for situation next fall; large discount
from rates of tuition for pupils enter?
ing during the month of Juno. Write or
call for particulars. MASSEY BUSI?
NESS COLLEGE.
FLIES, FLIES, FLfES: NO I-EACE AT
homo. Why don't you go to Vaughan's
and Invest n few dollars In Window and
Door Screens nnd eat and sleep witn
comfort. Big lot Just received; prices as
low ns lowest. VAUGHAN'S, 002 East
Broad.
SAY PARTNER, DID YOUR ROOF LEAK
that last big rain? If so. It needs n coat
of Roof Paint; we have the paint, no
trouble to apply it; let us figure with
you and show you how to paint It for a
little money; our Roof Paint stays on
roof. VAUGHAN'S. 002 Enst Broad.
SURE CURE FOR INDtOKSTION.
Gout, Urlo Acid, Bladder and Kldnsr
troubles Is Harris's Antl-Dyspcptlc and
Llthlu Water; springs located at Burke
vlile. Vs.; can furnish testimonials. J.
A. MORRIS & CO. 'Phone 4882.
FOR WHITE SHOES, SNOW WHITE
Polish, WAGNER DRUG CO., 6c.
WANTED.
SLAY "THE. FLIES;^ WE CAN SHOW
you host lino Door,anil Window Screens
in tho city, the prices nnd quality Is
right. VAUGHAN'S, 002 Eust Broud.
WANTED, SEVERAL EXPERIENCED
salesladies. Apply at once, W. A.
CHEATWOOD, 1611 E. Main Street.
WANTED, FOR CASH, STOCKS OF
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, Dry
Goods and Notions, Stationery, Confec?
tionery, Furniture, Carpets, etc. can
'phone wo'ij.
WANTED, FOR CASH, FURNITURE
urid household effects; entire or mirtlon
of household bought. Cull 'phono HXJ3J.
WHERE IS FOUSH15E STREET'' OKPcT
AWNINQ8.
AWNINGS AND SCREENS MADE TO
t^Ia, estimates cheerfully (five,, V?
?PhSte1'1'' 2UV4 N""h Wh Strost
cakes"
FIVE KINDS OF CAKES, 160. EAl'll"
Hp'UigQ t'lllics, 10c; largest 26i* Pniinri
C ik, |? city. drinkarVs, & j?$g
PAPER hanging.
ARTISTIC WALL PAPER ADDS CHE MR
to any room. I have the newest shades,
designs and colors; prices right. JAMES
T. HILL, 609 East Main Street.
ANTIQUES.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED-A FINE
co lection of original Antiques at low
prices. L. N. ARNALL, SIS Brook Ave?
nue.
: FLAVORING EXTRACTS.
IF YOU APPRECIATE THE BEST AND
purest, ask for Purity Flavoring Ex?
tracts. If your grocer doesn't handlo 1:,
ask him to, or address PURITY MFQ
CO., 2300 Church Hill Avenue, Rich-,
mond; Va. '
TRUNKS.
E. H. SPENCE, 22NORTH ninth"
Trunks and Traveling Bags of all klnSe
repaired. 'Phone or Sail; I will send tot
your trunk or valise.
H. W. ROUNTREE & BRO TRUNK
AND BAG CO.. Retail and Repairing
Fourteenth and Broad Streets.
PRINTING """
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. TAT
LOR * TAYLOR PRINTING CO.. No. 1
Governor Street. Rlohrooad. Va.
--?I
GOLD AND SILVER BUYER.
WANTED OLD GOLD AND SILVER IN
any condition; highest cash prices bald,
or will give watches, Jewelry, sIlverwarA
in exchange. A. M. MEYER & BRO
Jewelers, No;) 523 Broad Street, Rich!
mond, Va.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS. "
CONSULT US BEFORE GOING ELSE
whero and seo what we can do for you in
?\rahWxVKJlnc?- COPELAND & CO?, lS
Nortb Ninth Street 'Phone 2576.
DENTISTRY.
SOUTHERN DENTAL ROOMS. OPPO
slte the postodlce.'Phone 3296". Exam?
inations and estimates free.
GOOD SETS TEETH. $o; BEST, $8; SETS
repaired, $1.00 to-$5.00; Amalgum and
Content Fillings. 50c; Gold Crowns $5 to
$10. Dr. GOLD, 310 West .Main Street.
^storageT"
rOR CHEAP AND DRY BTORAQB
rooms apply to RICHARDSON * CHAP
?S.Vk' ?"?/?-?"? Department, Belvlders
Building, 601 W. Main Street. 'Phone W
LEAKY ROOFS.
IF YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE WITH
your roofs 'phone 871, or drop us a pos?
tal and we will .oxamfno and report cost
of rnaklng them water tight. ARMI
_TAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
CARRIAGE'S AND WAGONS.
'F0,R, rINE WAGONS AND CARRIAGES,
nil kinds of repair work and rubber tiros
&?. t0, P' H- PHILLIPS & CO., 102 and
, 401 North Seventh.
H AN D 8 O AI E HIGH-GRADE RUNN*
ahouts lor sale at reduced prices In or
2Sr,.t??..cut down my largo stock. W. C.
SMITH, 314 N, Fifth. Street.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAG8,
KEEP YOUR STORE .COOL AND
shady. Just call 'phone 2578 and COPE
LAND & CO. will do the rest by fur.
nishlng you an up-to-date uwntng. G?t
their prices. 106 N. Ninth Street.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
WHY NOT ORDER STRAIGHT GOODS.
They nro first-class and cost no more
than seconds. I have boon supplying
my trndo with straight whiskies direct
from distillery for tho past 12 years.
Thr.'.-0-year-oUl Straight Kentucky Ryes
and Bourbons us low as $2.eo por gallon
cannot bo equaled at the nrloo, Gibson
nnd Montleollo (Spring 1899), %* per gal?
lon: Ovrrliolt and Calvert (Spring 1900).
?8.60 per gnlliin; Moll wood, Atlierton nnd
Maysvllle Club (Spring 1900), $3 por gal
Ion; Carroll (Rprlnc. 1901). 12.50 per grul
lon: Jossninlne County' Ryo (1901), 12.26 per
Ballon; Straight Holland Gins, $2. $2.60
and $;i per gallon; Valley of Virginia
Claret, n-quiirt bottles, $1,76; Imported
Claret. 0-qunrt bottles, $2.50; 5-yonr Old
Birnltiht Malt (Medicinal), $8.50: 3*yenr
Old Corn Whiskey, $2.00 per gnllon, No
charge for lugs and pncklng on goods at
$2.00 per gallon or owr. Express prepaid
on goods over $3.00 por gallon, Remit
by certified check, registered letter, ex?
press or niotv-y order. P, G. KELLY,
Box ?9. Richmond, Va._
SPRINKLING AND BUILDERS' LIM.E.
Coniout nnd Plaster. ELBA HARD?
WARE CO.. 123 West Brond.
PAINTS AND FLOOR 6TAINS.
ELBA HARDWARE CO.. 422 WEST
Brond. rornor Honrv. Everything In
the Paint line, Floor Stains, Floor Wax
?<>a Varnishes, Prtups to null liio puruo
Advertisements Inserted undor Exchange
Column ?t tlio rate of ono cent s word,
No ed. accepted for less than 2D cents.
SCREEN DOOR8.
CALL AND SEE OUR LINE OF SCREEN
Doors and Windows; Hammocks, Wator
Coolers. Ice Croam Freezers and Lawn
Mowers. ELBA HARDWARE CO., 422
West Brond, corner Henry,
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
BESTMAIN'SPRINGS, GUARANTEED;
ing watches, 75c.; watch kIiissbh ibA
C. HOULGRAVE. 'The ReW'bfo Jwele*
222 East Broad, cornor Third.
GROCERIES
HEADQUARTERS FOR COUNTRY
Rood things The good jold-tlmo delici
ously seasoned Country Hams, only lbc.
a pound. If you want a real treat trv
them at HERBERT WALDROPS, 306
Brook Avenue.
N?T,h15a BETTE? THAN GOOD
?l?h.,Eggs' I B.et tnat klna every day,
and if you wnnt nny you can get thorn
' r\lr,mSricotJ)rlce at HERBERT SvA?
DROP'S, 306 Brook Avenue.
CHICKENS, CHICKENS. ALL <W7VH
fryer or If you want ono to roast 1 have
thorn HERBERT WALDROP 3?
Brook Avenue.
B?irTS5TTHI? ^FP1*. COUNTRY BUT
ter, fresh and with the real cow flavor
S.ho- ,cost ?PU nt> n-or? than at any
other place. Try it once and you will al?
ways want tho kind that HERBERT
WALDROP (^^ok^-^cri\?ERT
LEGAL NOTICE.
V ^Vi^cnVl^1^? COURT
JUU-Fom1*iOUNn 0F HENRICO,
^tKuM.nT.I1'^ J??n Foc^< and all
v? vs "???,m -t May Concern:
Price or'i?i"e l,? n8Te,? w*th you on tho
of tho tl f .. of. *1urc,*ase for tho lima
of tho freehold whereof you nro the' ten?
ants, wanted for the purposes of the
Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac
Re "road Company, notice is hereby gU-?n
an pm the ?lc'*n-ond, FredVrl&sDm'g
x Po'omn.c Railroad Company n cor
thWflfM? SUt,??r,,zed ?""" <?" w'ii on
the fifth (6) day of August 1IXK mnk-n
application to tho ClrcuU Court of U,e
?''? >? Ot Henrico. Va.. to appoint live
disinterested freeholders of said cl.u, ty!
sat ? f^ Wha,t w,m. "? a JU8t compen:
Miui?rch of the lnni1 of th0 tree
ll?H thereof: you are tenants, or other
tu??Zty- or to,v nn Interest- or estate
S?lSiSrt?'?.aed to, b0 condemned for Its
uses and to award the damages If anv
resulting to tho adjacent or other? pro&
e ty owned by you, or to tho proiMyJo!
DonefftR ILV0?.?,"3' beyond th0 P?culiar
penents that ,w||| accrue -to such Droner
""? ^spectlvely. from tho eonst?uctIon
??"? "Potion of tho company's works;
W^rnte-d bv tne ?ald Richmond
Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad
Company being described as follows;
rili?,8 nlnp at?a polnt on the original
twt ?C WRJ llne of tho Westhampton
Park branch of the Virginia Passenger
n??d ??v,'cr, Company, said point being on
the new right of way lino of the James
River branch of the Richmond, Fred?
ericksburg nnd Potomac Railroad Com?
pany and running along said right of
way llne In a southwesterly direction for
??? " in0e-iOf ?? f0e-t; U,cnce ln a north?
westerly direction for a distance of 438
Twin Ta,i?2rnT?r of the division line be?
tween Judith Foege and B. Shepers's es?
tate: thence in a northeasterly direction
along said division line for a distance of
88 feet to a point on the original right
of wny llnfi of the said Westhampton Park
"ranch line; thence in a southeasterly
direction along said right of way line for
a distance of 432 feet to the point of be
glnnng said tract containing sixty-three
hundredths (.03) of an acre. a f *
For a more particular description of
said .property so sought to be acquired,
along with n profile showing tho location
of the works to b? constructed thereon
reference Is made to the plat and profile
this day filed with tho petition of tho
company In tho clerk's office of tho Cir?
cuit Court of Henrico county, Va.
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG &
POTOMAC RAILROAD CO.,
By Leoke & Carter. Its Counsel.
A copy?Teste:
t , , SAMUEL A. WADDILL. Clerk.
Jy 7-law-4w
MEETING8.
THE TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL
meeting of tho Vlrglnln Mechanics' In?
st' "tow"1 bo bold at Iho Institute, No.
1014 East Broad Street, on Tuesday.
July 11th, 1905, at 8:.'!0 o'clock P. M. Tho
regular annual reports will be made.
Election of Board of Directors and other
business. A full attendnnco urgently ro
quostod. THOMAS ELLETT, Soo'y.
.put*. .ktv?..Y"- nldfi:' nn*- Lonn Co.
TIt?.E ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of this Company will 00
hold on Tuesday, July nth, at 4:ii0
o clock.
CHAS. T. LOEHR, Soorotary.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of tho Stockholders of th0 Rlchmona
Paper Mfg. Co. will bo held nt Its office
on Tuosdny, July 18th. 1905, at 12'o'clock
M- A. H. CHRISTIAN, Jr.,
_ President.
?JUL, ? STATED COMMUNICATION OF
XX T?mi),fl Ix,t*80 No. 9, A. F. & A.
Thiii nilriTO r? Ile.ld '"Masonic Temple
ins fluidity) Evening, July 7th. at 7-30
traT?slent?S?21n9rs of i?'BtGr >?&??' and
unnsient brethren are frnternnliy Invited.
By order W. M.
ALEX. W, ARCHER, Secretary.
^X- MASONIC NOTICE-DOVE
J^^ Lodgo-Tho momhors of Dovo Lodge
' 7 No. 81, A. F. & A. M?"wlll attend a
special communication of tholr lodge, at
tho Masonic Temple, on This (Frlduy)
Evening, July 7th, 1905, at 7 o'clock, for
work. Members of sistor lodges nnd tran?
sient brethron aro fraternally Invited,
By order of tho W. M.
. HEN T. AUGUST, Secretary.
ATTENTION, HOWITZER ABSOC1A
tlon: You are hereby ordered to meet
nt No, 1600 Floyd Avenue Friday at
9:45 A. M., to attend tho funoral of our
late comrade, J, B. Mooro.
H. O. CARTER, President.
Chns, q, Boslior, Secretary,
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
Wilmington, N, C. Juno 30, 1905.
Office of tho Tronsuror of
Atluntlc Coast Lino Railway Company.
AT A MEWING OF'THE BOARD OF
Directors, of Atlantic Coust Lino Railroad
Company, 'duly culled and hold on May
18. 1!K)0, a dividend of two and ono-half
per conl. was declared on tho common
capital stock of that company, pnyablo
at tho olllco ot tho Treasurer, at Wil?
mington, Nt C on July 10, 190i,-to all
stockholders of rocord as of Juno 23, 1905.
Tho transfer books wero closed on Juno
23, 1906, at throu o'clock P. M? and will
bo ro-oponoil on July 10,- 1005, at ton
o'clock A. M.
:v; JAMES J", POST, iTeaB,
PASSENGER RATES.
Question Involving the Legality
of Bridge Tolls.
(By Assoolnted Press.)
AUGUSTA, GA? July <).?Tho enso of
R. C. Brabhaitl vs. tho Atlantic Const
Line and tho Charleston nnd Western
Carolina Rnllways, Involving alleged un?
reasonable passenger rates from Ellen
ton and Jackson, S. C, to Augusta, was
honrrt by tho Interstate Commerce Com?
mission hero to-day, former , Senator
Cockroll and/ Judge Clements on tho
bench.
Tho case Involves tho legality of brldgo
tolls, these railroads charging fifteen cents
abovo the mllonge on nil passengor tlck
ots sold' to Augusta. No donlal was at?
tempted ns to tho fnct, and tho court
ruled that It devolved upon tho defend?
ant railroads to prove tho logallty of
tho tolls. Arguments will bo submitted
In brief.
Raided Disorderly Houses.
Twolvo negro women who lived In dis?
orderly houses on Muyo Street, wero be
foro Justice Crutcbfleld yesterday morn?
ing, and oncb ono wns fined $20 nnd
required to give security for six months
In the sum of $300. All aro now In Jail.
, DIVIDEND NOTICE. '
NOTICE-IN PURSUANCE OF A RESO
lutlon of the Bonrd of Directors, passed
on Juno 27th, 1905, a meeting of tho
Stockholders of tho Bnnk .of Commcrco
nnd Trusts will be held, at* tho olllces of
tho Bunk. Main and Tenth Streets, in
tho city of Richmond, Va., on 10th day
of July, 1905, at 4 o'clock P. M.
J. D. LECKY, Secretary.
AMUSEMENTS.
AT THE
BIG SKATING RINK
ADMISSION:
In Afternoon, Free.
At Night, 5 cents.
SKATES?Gentlemen, 20 cents.
Ladles, 10 cents.
All tlie Time
BILLY-Single)
CLIFFORD
AND OTHERS.
Balance of Week.
A High Born Lady
C0MIN6 NEXT
Best
Vaudeville
Bill
All the Week.
The Valentine Museum,
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
ADMISSION, 26C.
FREE ON SATURDAYS.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
Opens dally from 9 A M. to 5 P. M.
Idmission. 26 cents. Freo on Saturday.
SCHOOLS.
FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY
Julien B. Martin, Head Master.
Eighth session opens September 21st. En?
rollment last year 170. Full staff of In?
structors. Expenses moderate. Located in
the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
. T"C Academy Is n Military School. Cap?
tain Edward T. Winston, of tho United
States Army, Instructor in Military
Science. *
Academy has Department for young
ladles, their Homo being quite apart from
the campus. Musical Department of high
order.
Terms per session $140, Including Matrl-*
culatlon nnd Military fees, Board and
tuition in English. For catalogues nddre-s
WILLIAM E. HATCHER,
President Board of Trustees,
Fork Union, Va.
University ot Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
DEPARTMENT OF (ENGINEERING.
Four year courses leading to degrees In
CIVIL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL and
MINING Engineering. Methods of Instruction
by lecture nnd recitation, ornl and written ex?
amination, and practical exercises In shop and
field, drawing room and laboratory. Fully
equipped SHOPS; Laboratories of APPLIED
MECHANICS. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING!
PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY. Museum of In?
dustrial Chemistry nnd Geology. Faculty of
fifteen professors and Instructors. For cata?
logue and Information address
HOWARD WINSTON, Registrar.
ROANOKE COLLEGE.
SALEM, VIRGINIA.
Courses for Degrees; also a Commercial
course. Ablo faculty. Library, 23,000 vol?
umes; working laboratory; good moral
Influences; six churches; NO BARROOMS.
Healthful mountain location. VERY MOD?
ERATE! EXPENSES. 53d year begins
September 13th. Catalogue froo, address
J. A. MOREHEAD, President.
M'QUIRE'S UNIVERSITY SCHOOL.
OPP. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND, VA.
Forty-llrst Session Begins Sept. 18, lbUb
Location healthy and nlry. Study nans
and class rooms large, well lighted and
well ventilated. Sanitary arrangements
recont and excellent. Inspection Invited.
Eight experienced Instructors. Soparato
study hall and Instructors for small boys.
Boys proparod at this school have this
session, 1904-1905, at UNIVERSITY of VA.
2 M. A, and 2 B, A, degrees, and 20 M. A.
and B. A. diplomas; RANDOLPH-MACON
COLL. 1 M. A. and 1 B. A. degree; COR?
NELL UNIVERSITY, 1 M. E. nnd 1 E. E.
degree; U. B. NAVAL ACADEMY, 1 grad?
uate; UN1V. COLL. OF MEDICINE, 1 M.
D.i VA. POLYTECHNIC, 2 B. S. degrocs.
Cataloguo containing full Information
about Instructors, courses, regulntlons,
terms, complete University nnd College
Record for 'ast fifteon years, ot book ana
drug stores or by mall. Principal at 7 N.
Belvldoro St. aftor Sept. 6.
JOHN P. M'CIUIRE, Principal.
GLORIOUS AGE IS
TO EAST
This Keynote of Greeting' Rev
Mr. Knipp Brings Endeavor
, ers From Japan.
SESSION OF CONVENTION
Great Work of Bbdy During Past
Years Pointed Out in
Address.
?.Im?(D*' Assoclntcd Press.)
BALTIMORE, MD? july fi._Thc 80COnfl
<la s session of tho twenty-second inter
national Christian Endeavorors' ConVen
on wns presided over by the Rev. Geo
U- Stewart, of Auburn, N. J,
An Imprcslvo nrnv?.
pm - ?"whaT^rr
wsn and not heart . The &X,, "hou"* *>.
U??i:?n '? to be made ^? Kln*-'*?<n of
Endcavor^eVme?.Uh?Tn,d Chr'?"*?*
ten., of thousand, moreT 21 .ft J,,!a- ?*?**
long, nnd ought n if. . ?,oclMl"> lhat be
Twenty-nve years a?*Vh." 2Ur '?"Whip.
fwell-organlU^oung XnleW, ffi" had
the exception. To-dnv . !? ' L " society was
not have such a eo"let*? I,*?Kh ,th?1 do?*''
total ofItmMO Ptr'od??f-lv? years gave ?
Blv.n to tho united -L.'jr?ny of ",!" ??
Christian E -ave'^S01 S or U??J In
ssttfflsss Fa S"'"-'
Eminent men have mm that ??.-? i
org.nliatlou In the worldto-day'e^tln.-^
^J^^SSSB ???-?? th^n8
^r^^'Tha-^nXmH
youn.*,??. froni mere lookers-on Into onS
of he most enterprising and vigorous de?
partments of the church. ??<?"?*?? a?
i*,".h.h"nnJ'",'! ?r ""S" -1 recognised pla-e
In the religious life ond sen-Ice of our times
It has not already attained, neither Is It at
ready perfect; but It Is pressing toward tho
ft'christ Je?u,r,Ze ?f 'U H"rt' ?"'? of o5d
"This Christian Endeavor, under the bless?
ing of God. and with the co-operation of
^n?tPd ^?"t'?r?, ??><? faithful workers, hm
done. Is doing, and. please God. will con?
tinue to do until He whose right It Is shot!
rule In every heart."
Greetings From japan.
The Rev. J. Edgar Knlpp brought the
following greetings from J*ipan to the
convention:
"I bring you this evening most hearty
greetings from the Endcavorers ot- Japan
the "Land of rhe Rising Sun." the land
of hope the land of the future, the land of
Nogl. Oyama and Togo. The courage and
the perseverance that made these mighty
warriors victorious In* their recent battles
are characteristic of the younr Japanese
Endeavorers In their battles for our Klnr
Jesus Christ.
"We believe that the war In the Far Elst
now- going on between righteousness sn<]
unrighteousness, between tho army of Christ
and the army of the evil one, Is a greatei
conflict than that Jueit drawing to a closo
between Russia and Japan.
"Although comparatively few In number
our 2.S00 members, belonging to 12J societies,
are scattered from the Hokkaido on tho
north, to Formosa on the south. We be?
lieve, therefore, that as the leaven grad?
ually permeates the whole lump, so these
groups of Christian young people will grow
In numbers and Influence throughout the
country..
"We believe that as your knowledege ot
the Christian work In Japan Increases
your prayers In Its behalf will become more
frequent and more fervent, and you will add
to the petition. 'God save America for
the sake of the World' the kindred one,
'Ood save Japan for the sake of thc nations
of Asia."
"The great need for such a prayer is em?
phasized when we recall the words of Dr.
John H. De Forest to the Japanese Chris?
tian Endeavorers gathered In their last con?
vention at Okayama. At the earnest re?
quest of the Japanese Young Men's Chris?
tian Association Dr. De Forest had gone to
visit the army Y. M. C. A. posts In Man?
churia and Korea.
"As It was Impossible for him tb return
In time for the Christian Endeavor Conven?
tion, where he wns expected to deliver an
address, ho sent the following message from
Port Arthur: *I hitvo heen here at Port Ar?
thur Just a week?a crowded week. I And
Christians everywhere. It Is a perpetual
surprise. Tell the C. E. friends that a
great nnd glorious nge Is coming to the
East from the solution of problems that are
being worked out on this little peninsula
'by the three great nations that count mors
than one-third of the whole race. To be
1 here In this powerful current and feel Its
direction townrds the large Incoming of ibtS
Kingdom of Ond Is Just grand.'
"The Jnpanese Endeavorers are catching
this! vision of the Incoming hlngdom, nnd
aro working for Its consummation, trusting
to the Lord Jesus Christ for strength.
J"In conclusion, I again extend their most
hearty greetings of hope and god-speed to
you all."
The nftcrnoon session of tho conven?
tion wns devoted to a "Junior and intor
modlnto rally," presided over by tho Rev.
Dr. Ira Lnndrlth. President of Belmont
College, Nnshvllle, Tonn.
?-e> . .
Heroes Get Medals.
(By Associated Press,)
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 6.?Gold
medals have beon awarded by Secretary
of the Treasury Shaw to William H, Gas
kill, the keeper, nnd Kllby Guthrlo, Wal?
ter M,-Yoomans, Tyre Moore, Joseph L.
Lewis, John A. Guthrie, James W. Ful
cher, John E. Klrkman nnd Calupt T,
Jnrvls, surfmon, of tho Capo Lookout Life
Saving. Station, at Morehend City, N. C.
Tho award was In recognition of notable
work porfomed by these men In saving
tho lives of -the crew of tho schooner
"Sarnh D, J, Rawson," wbloh stranded
on Lookout Shoals on February 0, lflOB.
has boon training young men nnd women for business and helping thorn
got positions for nenrly forty years, Owns ono of tho finest buildings In Rich?
mond. This fact, coupled with IJs long and successful record, gives business man
confidence In tho Institution. They call for Ub students to tako positions
fuster than t.hey enn ho supplied-?sometimes six a dny, Open all the yuar.
G. M. SMITHDEAL, President,
Richmond, V*.

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