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MINIMUM
CHAINE
25 Centi,
CiihIn Adveno?
THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT ADS.
THAT BRINO ?REATEST RESULTS.
HEL?* WANT?O--FBMAL?.
?u, .-. .*
WANTED, A, REFINED YOUNG
(white) WOMAN, not under 26, as nurso
for infant; reference? required, Ad?
?IroBs Mrs. WM. SLOANE, South Nor
folk, Vn._
WANTED, A YOUNG WOMAN. WITH
somo experience In book-kcoplng and
stenographer, for offlco work. Call be?
tween 4 and 6 P. M. to-day 020 East
.' -?- Main, . '
Wanted, settled lady of rb
flnoment, without oncumbcrance and
ot unquestionable ohnraoter, to koop
houso for widower; Southern' lady pre?
ferred; roforonco required; photo to ac?
company nppllcatlon. Address Box 216,
Charlottesyille, Vn,
WANTED, LADIES TO MAKE NEC?<?
wenr from sample, $7 to $12 weekly; ex?
p?rience not necessary. Bend eelf-nd
dresscd envelope. IDEAL M'F'G. COM
/????, 508 West 133d St., New York.
Wanted, at once, a good white
woman, not liicumbored, to oook and
, attend lo houso cleaning; good wages
and pleasant home to right poreon. Ad?
dross by lettor L, R,, care this office.
Wanted, ladies, to make neck
wenr from ?ampio; experience not noces
sary; steady work; good pay. Send solf
ndtlressed ?tamped envelope. IDEAL
MFG, CO., DOS West 183d St., New York.
situations wanted?female.
Wanted, situation as chambeb
mnld or nurse In West End; best refer?
ences furnished. Addross MARY, 17 N.
Twenty-fourth Street.
Wanted, at once, position by
an experienced lady' stenographer, with
I good references. Address Miss ?T., care
\ this ofTlco.
LADY OF EXPERIENCE DESIRES
position during summer months or by
fall; teacher of English. Mathematics,
French, Calisthenics. Piano. Banjo, Gui?
tar and Fancy Work. Addrees CABLE,
Carrollton,? Va.
help wanted?male.
Wanted, a graduate of phar-,
mricy; young man with satisfactory ret-'
eroncos; Ringln man proferrod. Apply to
JOS. B. GORRELL, Culpeper, Va.
WANTED, A DRUGGIST TO RUN A
drug store in Wost Virginia. Address,
w!l.h references and salary, X. X., care
this office,
VaNTED, BOY 17 OR 18 YEARS OF
age, to d? clerical work In transporta?
tion office: moderate salary for beginner,
Address, with references, "TRANSPOR?
TATION," care this office.
Wanted, at once, 25 able-bod
led colored men for yard work. Apply
nt one*? tc C. C. WOODRUFF. Foreman
American Locomotive Co. _
Wanted, hand drillers, sledg
ers and Block Makers. Applv DELA?
WARE GRANITE & MINING COM
????, Wilmington. Del. y
WANTED--H?RNKSS MAKERS ; steady
employment for competent mon.
LEROH BROTHERS,
1 IS Hanover St., Baltimore, Md.
COLOBED LABORERS WANTED FOR
excavation on B. & O. contract at Key
ser, W. Va, ; wages, $1.40 per day and
work all summer. Apply at once to W.
A. SILLER, Koyoer, W. Va.
WANTED, PERSON TO CALL ON RE
tall trade and agents for manufacturing
houso; local territory; salary $18.70 paid
weekly and expense money advanced;
proviens experience unnecessary: busi?
ness successful: Inclose .self-addressed
envelope. STANDARD HOUSE, Caxton
Bldg., Chicago.
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN AS MAIL
clerk; must have good habits and be
well raised: position will pay moderate
salary at etart. but will admit of pro?
motion and Increase, according to abil?
ity and application of employer: givo
age and reference. Addross 'TRO
GBESS,'.' care this office.
situations wanted?male.
Wanted, by an experienced
registered Pharmacist, a position; best
of references. Address PHARMACIST,
713 Cameron Street, Alexandria, Va..
WANTED. BY A GRADUATE OF THE
University of Virginia, with many
yenrB' experience, ? position as superin?
tendent or principal of public schools;
state salan* paid. Address TEACHER,
en re this office._
SALESMEN WANTED.
pALESMEN-SIDE LINE. PAYS HOTEL
and cigar money every day; goods paid
for when sold: pocket samples. Give
present line and territory? MAER GUM
CO., Memphis. Tenn.
, SIX PRIZES
CARTOON CONTEST
TENTH WEEK.
SIXTH PRIZE. ..
By JAMES A. MULLINS.
Martlnsville, Va.
Six pr?tes ?Mill. b? avrarded each
weck ? for the best drawing sub?
mitted, Illustrating that It paya ad?
vertisers? to'use The Times-Dispatch
want columns. The six prlzea will
awarded In tho following order, -vli.S
First prize, 12; second, third, fourth,
. fifth and sixth prizes, fl each.
ALL DRAWINGS MUST BE ORIG?
INAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH
BLACK INK ON WHITE PAPER
OR CARDBOARD, AND SHOULD BE
FIVE TO SEVEN INCHE8 IN
WIDTH. Name ond address muet
be written plainly ON BACK OF
DRAWING. Do not send lettera, but
lhclose stamp If you wish drawing
returned. Do not fold, but roll, ?hun
mailing. Address alt drawings to
"Cartoon Contest," Room No. 17,
Tlmse Building.
All drawings must reach The
Tlmes-Dlspatch office not later than
11 P. M. each Saturday, In order to
be counted In tho week's contest.
Every reader Is cordially invited to
take part In thla highly Instructive
Contest
SALESMEN WANTED.
WANTED. TRAVELING SALE8MAN
for the State of Virginia to handle our
lines of Hosiery and Underwear as a
sido line on commission basis. Address
COLUMBIA KNITTING MILLS, At-,
lauta, Ga. ^ .
FOR SALE.
WANTED, TO SELL, CHEAP, THE
most complete set of House Moving
Tools. Apply to 412 North Twenty-third
Street, city.
FARM FOU SALE, 840 ACRES: DWEL
llng, 5 rooms; good outbuildings.
Further information address "P. H. J.,"
BelBchos, Va., Sussex county. _
FOR RENT.
FOR KENT?HOTEL BEL AIR, SEA
son of 1903. One of the most sucessful
summer resorts In Virginia; well fur?
nished. Address YODER & SPES8ARD,
New Castle, Va.
FOR RENT?AT VIRGINIA BEACH,
cozy, completely furnished nrivate COT?
TAGE, few st'eps from Princess Anne
Hotel; for month of May ?S0. Address
Mrs. C. E. T.. Virginia Beaoh, Va
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
TO BOOK MEN?ONE OR TWO, ???
can furnish $700, with services In an
A-l book enterprise, corporato or co?
partnership; money secured. Address
ENTERPRISE, caro this office.
WANTED. AN INFLUENTIAL YOUNG
man to Join me in well-established bus?
iness; about $900 reaulred. Address "X.
L. Z.," care this office.
EVERYBODY SEND P. O. FOR 45C.
for copies of Uly Patents; receipts for
manufacturing tohacco without steam;
law on tho subject; eye opener. WM.
A. FRET WELL, Manchester, Va.
$1.200 BUYS LEASE, GOOD-WILL,
Stock and Fixtures of one of the nicest
Hotels In State, clearing $3,000 year;
great bargain; must sell, good reason.
MELVILLE DANIELS, this office.
TO BOOK JifEN WHO CAN FURNISH
$700, with services Jn an A-l book en?
terprise, corporato or co-partnership,
Advertiser owns six several news, origi?
nal manuscripts, edited and pronounced
good: needs ready.capital to start tholr
publication; the capital advanced re?
funded within four months, with one
fourth Interest In the business: prompt
action necessary. Address for Interview
BOOK ENTERPRISE, this office. |
BOARDERS WANTED.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR DELIGHT
ful second story rooms. A room always
for transient. 201 Bast Franklin Streot.
WANTED, BOARDERS TO OCCUPY
two neatly furnished rooms, with all
modern conveniences. In private family,
.No, 18 East Marshall Street.
PRIVATE FAMTLY CAN ACCOMMO
date a few BOARDERS; nice rooms,
good table, all modern conveniences;
moderate terms. CENTRAL LOCATION,
' care this office. .
LOST.
LOST-A PAIR OF WHITE KID GLOVES
In Miller & Rhoads' envelope, between
Main and Grace Street on Sixth Streot.
Finder will please leave at this office.
LOST-STRAYED 'FROM MY RESI
donco, Blue Bolton Setter DOG, yester?
day afternoon. Answers name of Rex:
collar on with name and tag. Reward
If returned to A. B. BLAIR, No. 1117
West Avenue.
LOST?BETWEEN RICHMOND AND
Manchester, a lady's Silver-mounted Silk
UMBRELLA, with initials "?. E. O."
engraved on knob forming handle.
Please return to this office and reoelve
suitable reward.
LOST-THURSDAY, APRIL OTH, NEAR
Third and Grace and Marshall and JTlfth
Streets, between tho hours of 10 and 12,
a lady's Silk Hand BAG. containing a
five dollar bill and smaller bills; also a
hill In favor ot Mr. T. D. Klchs. A re?
ward will be given for its recovery If
left at 216 East Grace Street.
^ WANTED.
WANTED, TO BUY A FEATHER BED
for cash. Address J. M. C, 916^ West
Cary Street.
WANTED, A GOOD FARM, 600 OR
over, near river or railroad, with brick
mansion; state orice and full particu?
lars. W. S. PLUM, Stevens, Pa.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
WANTED, OCCUPANTS FOR NEWLY
?apered ROOMS over Foster's Studio,
flnth Street, opposite Capitol Square.
WANTED, OCCUPANTS FOR SEVEN
or eight desirable ROOMS In house with
couple; reasonable rent; 318 South Third
Street.
BUSINESS WANTS.
DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD
hooka, pampblete, panors, etc., I buy
them. D. H..HBY, 733 East Cary.
| C.OOO ROLLS OF WALL PAPER, FOR
! next ten days at 6c. F. L. BRAUER A
BRO._'
OUR SPECIAL THIS SATUKDAY
Regular 85c. Layer Cake nt 23c; 7 kinds
t" V?lent from. E. PEIIKINON, 421 N.
Sixth Streot,. Phone 1208. _
I WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE-ANIMALS
I moved from all. parts; no charge.
BICKER8TAFF; 'Phone 2811
I POSITTVBLY GUARANTEE TO IN
croaso tho ohest expansion of any lady
or gentleman to 8 inches Jn 0 weeks
by my method of ' deep breathing and
physical culture. MELVILLE DAN?
IELS' SCHOOL. C27 E Broad. Special
attention given to children: lady always
In attendance. _
KEEP OUT THE WEATHER: 'PHONE
us to put In your window glnss. If In
need of carpenters'-* tools, hardware of
any description. Unie plaster, laths, hair.
TV J. KING COMPANY'S prices.,will
'save you money! 508 East Marshall,
HAVE YOU TRIED COSHY'S FLOOR
WAX7 Well, Just' give It a trial and
Sou'll 'never Use any other: 18 East.?
road.
DREW'S' NEW WAY TO, REPAIR
SHOES; ?. whole sote: no Joint to leak,
no nails to tear the sock; Men's, $1:
Ladles. 86c. 'Phone 2857. Will call and
deliver DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FACTORY, 718 E. Main.
WHITE FOR OUR, PRICE LIST. OF
Oak Tanned Belting and Raw-Hide Lace
Leather. Tho only manufacturers In
the State. Repair work neatly dono.
THE VIRGINIA LEATHER CO.. Rich?
mond. .JaSSSIBMHSMHI?
WANTED. 500 BOYS AND MEN TO
keep their best girls or wives in good
humor by feeding them on our best?the
old fashioned Italia* Crenm Chocolates:
only at MARCHETTI BROS.' STORES,
908 East Main and 017 East Broad.
LADIES' COLUMN.
FRESH SALTED PEANUTS AT
KEAMPF'S, Ninth Street.
5,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ten days at 6c. F. L. BRAUER &
BRO.
SEE THE LABOR AND MONEY-SAV
Ing Blue-Flamo OIL STOVES; loweet
prices. T. J. KING COMPANY, 508 East
Marshall.
LADIES' CHE8TS AND BUSTS DEVEL
oped (no massage): results positively
guaranteed; best city reference: Indy al?
ways In attendance. DANIELS' SCHOOL
PHYSICAL CULTURE, 827 East Broad.
BETTER THAN DOCTORS AND MEDI
cines?DANIELS' method of deep
breathing and physical culture. It costs
nothing to investigato; 827 East Broad.
WHAT COULD THE POOR GIRL DO.
but tako advantage of low prices?cash
or credit?at JONES BROS.'. 1406 East
Main, Headquarters for Houso Furnish?
ings^_
THE aiRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
are sweet, but they like the delicious
phosphates nf every flavor at "THE
FOUNTAIN." 908 East Main.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TRY KAEMPF'S SOFT CREAM CANDY;
Just tho candy for the babies.
WE PRINT TO PLEASE. TRY US AND
see. RICHMOND PRINTNG CO., 1208
East Franklin Street; 'phono 2662.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. THE
VIRGINIA LEATHER COMPANY,
Richmond, aro the only man?
ufacturers of Oak Tanned Belting
and Raw-Hide Laco Leather In the
Stati? R,epalr work neatly done.
GET A NICE EMBLEM BUTTON FOR
the Order of Eagles at,SMITH"& WEB?
STER'S, 626 E. Main.
STOP BAKING AND GO TO BUYING
Layer Cakes at' PERKINSON*S: to-mor?
row 23c. quality, best, regular price, 35c;
421 N. Sixth Streot.
5,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR
next ten days at 5c. F. L. BRAUER &
BRO. ,
_;__?_:_:_
IF IT'S WALL PAPER YOU'RE LOOK
Ing for and want tho best, at satisfac?
tory prices call and see us. . F. L.
BRAUER & BROTHER. 208-210 North
Fifth.
TO BE AN ACTOR OR ACTRESS TAKE
the shortest road to tho stage via DAN?
IELS' SCHOOL OF ACTING; most
complete school In the South; private
theatre In connection; 627 East Broad.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MEND YOUR LEAKY ROOFS-TAR
Rooflng Piaper ortlv 76c. per roll at T.
J. KING COMPANY'S. 608 East Mar?
shall.
PERSONALS.
HAVE YOU TRIED KAEMPF'S 40C.
Mixture.
DON'T DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU
see US. F. L, BRAUER.ft BROTHER.
WANTED, CLARA. KATIE AND ALL
the rwt of the girls to tell their best
fellows to buy our old fashioned Itnllan
Crertm Chocolates.' best In the city.
MARCHETTI BROS,, two stores, 900 E.
Main and 617 E. Broad,
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Suits ?16 up. Trousers $5 up. RICH
MOND TAILORING CO., Charles A.
Bpence. managor, Sixth and Main.
WE DO PRINTING THAT IS PRINT
Ing. RICHMOND PRINTING CO.. 1208
East Franklin Street. 'Phone 26(12.
KILL ??-BED BUGS, ROACHES,
Ants. Moths, oto. Reeves' Insect Ex?
terminator doe? the work quickly. Pro
pared by F. W. KOENIG. 427 North
Sixth. ;
WANTED, YOU TO CALL 'PHONE 2663
nnd we will send our representative to
see you. RICHMOND PRINTING CO.,
1208 East Franklin Stroet; 'phone 2661
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAG8.
WE MAKE ? SPECIALtF?f MAKING
Window Awnings. 'Phone us, 2142, nnd
wo will glndlv call and givo estlmn-tes.
J. ROSS JONES & BBO., 902 East Broad.
SAVE MONEY AND ORDER YOUR
Awnings now; remember the hot wave ?1
coming. 'Phone 267B and we will call. M.'
O. COPELAND CO., 108 N. Ninth Street.
Out-of-town orders receive prompt at?
tention.
W? MAKE AWNINGS-B A R ? ? ?
Heights and .Chestnut Hill?without ex?
tra charge. 'Phone J. ROSS JONES &
BBO._ ._. ?.
BOOKBINDING AND PRINTINQ. j
MAGAZINES BOUND AND BACK NUM
bers furnished. T. B. ADKINS & CO.
BICYCLES.
IVER JOHNSON BICYCLES, BEST
Wheel In Richmond, for th? money.
Only at TOMPKINS' CYCLE STORE,
811 West Broad, .
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
THAT'S" KIM-JO BICK?BSTAFF, THE
expert?He .has one store. 1803 East Main.
He sells, buys, rents exchanges ? or ro
palrs anything In shape of a bicycle.
'Phone 3398.
BELTING AND LACE LEATHER.
BEST OAK TANNED BELTING AND
Rawhldo Lace Leather. THE VIRGINIA
LEATHER CO.. Richmond, the only
manufacturers In the State. Repair
work neatly done.
BOARDING AND LIVERY STABLES.
FOR COMMODIOUS. DRY. WARM
Stalls, send your Horses to the "Tem?
ple" and "Madison" Boarding nnd Solo
Stahlen; flirst-class attention at rea?
sonable prlcoe; special rate? for fancy
horses. B. D. KAY, Proprietor.
BICYCLES AND MOTOR-CYCLES.
TIBES GUARANTEED NOT TO PUNC
turo; bicycle repairing a specialty; If
not pleased, no chargos. Coabter brakes
.guaranteed aealnst anything. D, W.
VAUGHAN, 618 East Main.
CREAM PUFF8.
SPECIALS-POLKA . ROLLS. WELL
fllled Cream Puffs, . Snow, Balls, Jelly
Rolls, filled with the finest currant
Jelly. 'Phone v In your order. ' "will be
.Tohnny on the emot," J. PERKINSON,
Baker, 421 N. Sixth Street.
CARDS'AND BILL-HEADS.
CARDS, BILL HEADS. NOTE HEADS, ?
etc., printed neatly nnd nulckly; we
never disappoint. RICHMOND PRINT?
ING CO.. 1208 East Franklin Street.
'Phone 2662._
?CONFECTIONS. '" ?. .
ICE CREAM, $1 PER GALLON; PIES,
Cakes and Pastries In every style;
Fruits. Tobacco, etc.: 'phone 226S. WIN?
STON'S. 537 Brook Avenue.
FRESH TAFFY.
FRESH. MOLASSES TAFFY AT
KAEMPF'S.
HOME COMFORTS.
UNION HOTEL.-???? LUCE, COM
fortable, reasonable.
Q?NT?? COLUMN.
BEFORE ORDERING THAT NEW SUIT
come and see the ? nice, assortment at
Sixth and Main. Suits, $lli up; Troti?ors,
$5 Up. PICHMOND TAILORING CO.,
Chas. A. Spcnce, Manager.
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THBfc?IRL?
are sweet, but they like the delicious
phosphates of every flavor at "THE
FOUNTAIN," 908 East Main.
75C. HA"LF SOLING MEN'S 8HOBS;
Ladles. 80o.;beit leather; everypnlr
restltohedj no nails, no page. DREW'S
ELECTRIC POWER SHOE FACTORY.
718 E. Maini 'phone 2607. Will call and
dollvor. This advortlsemont good for
10c. payment half soling.
HOTELS.
UNION HOTEL. CATERS TO REGULAR
and transient boarders. Ratos, $1.60 and
$2 par day? lodging, 50, 750, atld *t; meals.
60a. each. Weekly rates; $1 to $9. Speolal
rates to parties and excursionists:
everything new; cuisine unsurpassod.
FOR 8ALE?BARGAIN8.
KEEP MONEY IN CIRCULATION AT
home by using the VIRGINIA LEATH?
ER CO.'S Oiik Tannod Bolting and Raw
Hldo Lace Leather of Richmond, The
only manufacturers In the State. Satis?
faction guaranteed.
POULTRY NETTING, 1 FT, HIGH, 2C.
per yard; 2 tt? 3e.! 8 ft... 4o.: 4 ft,'Be:
5 ft.. 7o.: 8-ft., 8c. T. 3. KING COM?
PANY, 508 East Marshall..
FOR SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Grocery Wagons. If you need Rubber
Tires, Runabout, call to see me. I
can save you money. B. C. BRISTOW,
19 South Fifteenth Street.
MILLINERY.
I AM NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE
l|no of Spring and Summer Millinery:
also ladies' furnishings and'notions: up
to-date styles at lowest nrlces. MRS.
JULIUS BEAR. .1423 E. Main Stroet.
PRINTING.
PRINTING! PRINTING I! PRINTING! ?I
RCI-IMOND PRINTING CO.. 1208 East
Franklin Streot. 'Phone 2862. ?
OUR BUSINESS IS PRODUCING PRINT
Ing that Is a business brlnger for you.
Try us and see. RICHMOND PRINTING
CO,, 1203 B. Franklin Stroot. 'Fhoho
2?C2. ?
SPECIAL PRICES.
UNIONHOTEL-SPECIAL?03ALRATE3
to business mon. ?
WALL PAPER.
,??? DOLLARS' WORTH OF WALL
Paper given away absolutely Free. ? No
humbug. Write to-day for particulars.
No communication nnsworod ?. ? unless
stamped enyolopo Is sont us for roply.
P. A. ARTHUR & CO., No. 303 Bast
Main Street, Richmond. Va.
ePEclAL ,??t??!.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY^ ?G_??.
RICHMOND PRINTING CO., It? B.
Franklin Streot. 'Phono 2602,
MR. JOHN J, WILSON, FORMERLY
of tho firm of Allen & Wilson, hatter?
and gent's furnishing. Is now with the,
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE, corner Main
and Fourteenth Streets. The many friends '
of ? this congenial gentleman - will be.
glad to ?earn that he will continue hi?
home In Richmond, and that they, can
command the samo courteous treatment:
in the future that they have always
received from his hands In the ? past.
Mr. Wilson carries with him tho best
wishes of his old frrande and patrons,
and tho STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
is to be congratulated on having se?
cured his services.
8EED9.
SEEDS. SEEDS-ALL KINDS OF SEEDS
at lowest prices at Seed Headquarters,.
T. .1. KINO COMPANY, 608 East Mar?
shall. ~
SUMMER RESORTS.
IN THE MOUNTAINS.
THE BRANDON, BASIC CITY, VA.,
OPEN JUNE 1ST.
TERMS SAME AS LAST YEAR
MISS DODSON, 2901 V St N. W., Wash?
ington, I), c, until June 1st,
RUNABOUTS AND WAG0N8.
FOR NEW AND SECOND HAND RUN
abolite, Wagons, Phaetons, Surreys, Day
tons, come to soe me. W. C. SMITH,
No. 814 North Fifth Street. ' v
SAWED WOOD.
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING YOUR
Wood at H. S. URBAN'S. Sawed Pln?*.
$4.50 and $5.60; Oak wood, $6.75, Bowe
and Marshall Streets. Old 'Phon?. 1820.
TOWN TOPICS.
STOP AT? THE UNION HOTEL. RATES,
$1,60 and $2 per day,
HANOVER STREETS AT ATKINSON'S
BAKERY. 327 Brook Avenue. 'Phone
,2619.
.OC QNITNIRP DNOMHCIRl THAI
? means us. RICHMOND ? PRINTING.
CO.? 120S East Franklin Street;.'phon?
2602.
UPHOLSTERING.
C. C. LEVY, NO. 644 BROOK AVENUE, .
"Upholsterer and Mattress maker.' Old
Hair Mattress made good as new. I???
pack' and ship furniture; also make
Cushion and Slip;. Covers to order.
'Phono .1030. ..?.?' : ?_
SUITS TO ORDER. .
"EVETtY STITCH MADE? IN RICH-'
mond." ? Nice assortment of. Suits, $15
? up; Trousers, $5 up. RICHMOND TAIa:
LORING CO.. Sixth and Main. Charlee
A. Spen co, Manager.
BY
USINQ
GET RESULTS
the SOUTH S """"" sum?ra
THE Sr TIMES-DISPATCH
Want Columns
JUST PHONE DANIELS
(OLD 'PHONE 38)
HE WILL CALL FOR YOUR WANT ADS. NO TROUBLE
SPARED AND EVERY EFFORT USED TO
FURTHER YOUR INTERESTS
RAILROADS.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22, IMS.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A. M.?Dally. Local for Charlotte.
12:60 P. M.?Dally. Limited. Buffet Pull?
man to Atlanta and Birmingham, Now
Orleans, Memphis, Chattanooga and all
the South.
6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Keyovllle Local.
11:05 P. M.?Daily. Limited; Pullman
ready 9:30 P. M.. for all the 8outh.
YORK HIVER XINE.
The favorite route to Baltimore and
?astern points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P.
M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
6:00 A. M.?Except Sunday. Local mixed
for West Point. I
1:15 P. M.?Local. Monday, Wednesday
and Friday for West Point. _
4:30 P. M.?Except Sunday. For West
Point, connecting with steamers for Bal?
timore and river landings . MJondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
1:55 A. M. and 6:26 P. M.-From all the
South.
1:26 P. M.
8:40 A.M.-From Keysvllle. _ , ?
9:15 A. M,?Baltimore nnd West Point.
4:50 P. M.?From West Point.
B. O. ACKRHT. O. M. 8. ?. I1AROWICK. O, P. A.
O. W. WEHTRUR?. D. P. ?.. Richmond. Va.
Chesapeake
UT^ & Ohio Ry..
2 Hours and 26 Minutes to Norfolk.
LBAYB RICHMOND?KA8TB0UND,
T;45 A. M.?Week dayB?Local to Nowport
News enti way editions,
?:00 A. M.?Pally?Limited?Arrive? Williame.
bure 0:6a AM.. Nowport Now? 10:30 A.
M? Old Point 11:00 A. M., Norfolk ??SB
4:00 P.' m!?Wook days?Special?Arrive? Wtl?
RamsburK 1:60 P. M.. Newport Now? 15:80
V. M-, OKI Point 0:00 P. M., Norfolk
0:20 ?, M.
v B:00 p, M??ally?Local to Old Point.
* MAIN LINK? WESTBOUND.
10:10 A. M.?-Week ?laye?Lovai ta Qllftou Fort?
nnd way stations. /
8:00 ?, M,?Daily?Special to Cincinnati,
Louisville. Nt. Louis and Clili'fiK?.
B:1S P. M??Week ?lays?Locul to Pouwoll.
10:!?) ?, M?Dully?Limiteli to CluclUDa(l,
I.ouUvlllo, St. I/nils unti Cblcuco.
JAMB RIVHIt LINK,
|0:20 A. M.~llally?Expresa to Lynctiburg,
? Ollfton l'urico und principal ?tntlon?.
?:15 ?, M.?Week tlnys?Local to llronlo.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND ? ROM
Norfolk antl Old Point 10:05 A. M. dolly,
111? A. M. Kit. Sun., nntl 0:80 P, M. dally.
Niiwpnrt Nows Locul T:20 p. M. Kr. Sun.
from Cincinnati und West Silfi A. M. dully
?n<1 3:30 P, M. dully. Malu Llun Local from
Clifton Forjo 7:1 B P. M. Bx. Sun. Poswoll
Accom. 8:8? A. M. Ex, Sun.
Jampa River 1,1 uu Local from Clifton Fore?
41:35 P. M. dally. Bremo Accom. 8:40 A, M.
Ex? Sun,
{J, E. (POYLB, W. O. WAimiEN.
. Oen'l Menacer. DIst, Pass. Agt,
*" THE MJim?TR MUSEUM
TWELFTHS AND CLAY STREETS
Open? dally from * A. M. to & P. M..
*N_ni?elon. 2a ?eats. Ff??, on Saturday?,
RAILROADS.
RE ? h Richmond, Frederick?
? G? CX G? burg & Potomac R. R
Trains Leave Richmond?Northward.
4:16 A. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
8:16 A. M., dally, Main St. Through.
6:46 A. M.. dally, Main St. Through. AH
Pullman Car?.
6:64 A. M., except Monday. Byrd St.
Through. All Pullman Cars.
7:15 A. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac- ?
comm?datlon.
; 8:00 A. M., Sunday only. Byrd Bt
Through.
8:40 ???., woek days. Bryd St. Through.
12:05 noon, week days. Byrd St. Through.
4:00 P. M., week days; Byrd St. Fred
erlcksburg accommodation.
6:0? P. M? dally, Main St. Through.
6:26 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
commodation.
8:06 P. M.. dally, Byrd St. Through.
11:10 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac
comm?datlon.
Trains Arrive Richmond?Southward.
6:40 A, M., -week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
commodation. ?
8:00 A. M., dally, Byrd St. Through
8:26 A. M., week days. Byrd St.. Fred?
erlcksburg accommodation.
12:05 P. M.. week days. Byrd St. Through
2:0(5 P. M? dally. Main St. Through
S;00 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
commodation.
n:48 P. M., dally. Byrd St. Through.
9:00 P, M.. dally. Byrd Bt. Through.
11:00 P. M., week days, Elba, Ashland ac?
commodation, ?
12:28 A. M., dally, Main St. Through.
Note?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cars
on all trains excent local accommodations.
W. D.DUKB.C. W.CULP.W. P.TAYLOR.
Gon'l Man'r. Ass't Gen'l Man'r. Traf, Man'r '
ATLANTIC COAST LIKE
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY
BYRD-STREET STATION,
8:80 A, M. To all peints South.
8:00 A, M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
12:20 P. M. Petersburg and N. & W. West.
8:00 P, M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
t4:10 P, M. Goldsboro Local,
6:68 P, M. Petersburg local.
8:68 P, M. To points South.
0:85 P, M. Petersburg and N, & W. West.
11:80 P. M. Petersburg local.
TIfcUNS ARRIVE RICHMOND,
4;07 A. M., t8:40 A. M? 7:36 A. M.. f8:4$
A/M., 11:10 A. M., 11:42 A. M., 2:00 P, M*
8:50 P. M? 7:45 P. M? 8:68 P. M.
t Except Sunday, t Except .Monday.
C. S. CAMPBELL, Dlv. Pass. Agt.
W, J. CRAIO, Gen. Pass. Agt,
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURO
ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
Beginning April Ut, 1902,
Cars leave cornor Perry and Seventh
Streets, Manchester, every hour (on the
hour) (rom 6 A. M. to 10 P. M-, last car
11:50 P. M.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Syca?
more Stroet, every hour from 6:30 A. M.
to 10:30 p. M.
FRIDAY AENpcSUNDA| BPWIAL
6i) CENTS-ROUND TIUP-?50 CENTS,
RAILROADS.
NnWNo?Weskn
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:00 A. M., NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar?
rives Norfolk 11:20 A. M. Stops only at
Petersburg. Wnverly and Suffolk.
9:00 A. M.. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Buttet
Parlor Car. Petersburg to Lynchburg and
Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, Blueflold to Cincinnati; also
Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxvllle to
Chattanooga and Memphis.
12:20 P. M? ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Farinville, Lynchburtr and Roanoke.
3:00 P. M? OCEAN "SHORE LIMITED,
Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at
Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk. Connects '
with steamers to Boston, Providence, New
York, Baltimore and Washington.
8:60 P. M., for Norfolk and all stations
east of Petersburg.
9:85 P?M., NEW ORLEANS SHORT
LINE. Pullman Sleeper, Richmond to
Lynchburg, Petersburg to Roanoke;
Lynohburg to Chattanooga, Memphis and
New Orleans. Cafo Dining Car.
Trains arrive from the West 7:85 A. M..
2 P, M. and 8:50 P. M.i from Norfolk 11:10
A. M,, 11:42 A. M. and 6:50 P. M.
Offloe No. KS8 Bast Main Street. ?
W. B. BEVILL, r C. H, B03LBY,
Gen. Pass. Agent Pis. Pass. Agent
SEABOARD
Air Line Railway
trains leave richmond daily.
3:15 P. M.-Seaboard Matl-12:32 A, M.?
Seaboard Express?To Savannah, Jack- .
sonvllle, Atlanta and Southwest, <
? 9:10 A. M.?Local?For Norllna and Ham
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
8:10 A. M.?No. 50-4:55 ? M.?No. 60?
From Florida, Atlanta and Southwest,
, 5:45 P, M.?From Norllna, and local
points.
City Ticket Office 1008 East Main Strqat,
'Phone 405._^_
~~ STEAMBOATS.
OLD DOMINION
STEAMSHIP 00.
Night Uni for Norfolk
Leave Richmond dally at 1 ?, M,, stop
ping at Newport News |n both direction?.
Daily except Sunday by C, and O, Rail?
way.0:00 ?. M,.<P. ?..;? A. M. and i
p. M. by N, and W. Railway; all lines
connect at Norfolk with direct stoamen
for New York, sailing dally except Bun
day, ? R M.
Steamers sail from company's wharf
(foot of Ash Street) Rocketts.
H. B. WALKER, Vioe-Preeldent and
Trafilo Manager, New York,
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent
1212 Bast Main Street, Richmond, Va.
STEAMBOATS.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY
JAMES RIVER DAY LINK.
Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves MON?
DAY, WEDNESDAY and FBIDAY at 7 A.
M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point,
Newport News, Clnremont and James
Elver landings, and connecting at Old
Point for Washington, Baltimore and the
North. State-rooms reserved for the night
at moderate prices. Eleetrlo cara direct to
wharf. Faro only $1.50 and St? to Norfolk.
Muslo by Grand Orchestrion,
Freight recelvod tor above-named place* I
and all points In Eastern Vlrplnla and j
Notrh Carolina, IBVIN WHIsfOER,. '
Clonerai Manager.
?. A. Barber. Jr.. Secretary.
Merchants and Miners
Transportation Company.
Steamship Lino. Direct Route to
B?ston, Mass., and Providence, R. I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, For
Provldonco Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at ? P. M. Passengers and freight
taken for all New England points. Tick?
ets on sale at C. & O. By. and N. & W.
By. offices and No. S19 East Main Streot.
R. H. WBIGHT, Agt., Norfolk, Va,
BAY LINE TO BALTIMORE
Via 0. ?V 0, Rwy, ?nd Old Point,
U. 8. MAIL ROUTE,
Le? vu niellinomi via ?. ?,? 0. dully
exceiit Similar, nt 4 P. M., con. ?t
Old Point with utnainera of Old Hay
Line. leuvlnit 7HB P. M?, arriving
Baltimore 0:30 A. M., con. Nortli,
East and Woat. For tlckete and Information np?
Sly to O. * O. Rwy, and Transfer Company, 1000
ast Main Street.
Clyde Steamshlo Co.'s
PHILADELPHIA,
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM
SHIP LINE.
Appointed sailing day? ? Every
TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY,
at daylight. Freight received daily till
6 ?, M.
American Litre?
NEW ????. SOUTHAMPTON, l,ON?ON
Salllniff Wednosaay? at 11 ?. M.
New York, April?. St.PauJ. April ?.
Philadelphia, April 23. New York, May 6.
Red Star Line.
NEW YOBK-ANTWDIRP-PABIS.
Selling Saturday at 1Q A. M.
??eland, April IS. Vaderlar?d, May a.
Finland April 25. Jiroonland. May 9.
' Piers ? and 18, North River,
Office, 7? Broadway, ti. X. ^
FOR RENT.
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VifflfflliffiflfflffVWVffV
FOR RENT.
SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE S
OFFICES. !
I
I
!
Newly arranged and papered, on
the THIRD FLOOR of the TIMES
DISPATCH BUILDING, Light,
heat and Janitor service. For
price and particulars apply to the
TIMES-DISPATCH office.
I
MEETINGS.
Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia.
Rlohmond, Va., Maroh 20, 1903.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the members of
thla Society will be hold at tho office
of the Society, in Richmond, Va,, MON?
DAY, the 20th day of April, 1903.
EDWIN A. PALMER,
Principal Agent.
Atlantic Coast'Llne Railroad Company,
Office of tlio Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT A
general or speolal meotlng of the Stock?
holders of the ATLANTIC COAST LlNB
RAI uno AD COMPANY has beon called
by tho Board of Directors to he hold at
tho office of the Company in tho City of
Richmond. Virginia, at U o'clock A. M.,
on TUESDAY. THE 81ST DAY OF
APRIL, A. O.. 1?(?, for the purpose of
considering and acting upon tho pur?
chase of tho railroads and other proper?
ty, rights, privileges and franohlsos of
the Florida Southern Railroad Company,
and also for the purpose of considering
and anting upon the purchase of tho
railroads and othor property, rights, priv?
ileges and franchises of the Sanford and
St. Petersburg Railroad Company, both
corporation? ' created and oxistlng under
the laws of the Stato of Florida, whioh
Will bo submitted for their approval.
? II, u, tiORUKiN,
Secretary,
THE REGULAR MONTHLY AND
quarterly mooting of tho BAPTIST
SUNDAY-SCHOOL ASSOCIATION of
Richmond and Manchester will bo held
next SUNDAY AFTERNOON at 4
o'clock at tho Stockton-Street Baptist
Church, Manohostor. AH aro Invited to
attorni
W. D. DUKE, President,
Alf. II. McUewcU, Secretory,,
AMUSEMENTS.
APRIL I5th.
Confederate Bazaar.
Remember the Date.
No RafUlag Allowed.
Barn-Yard Dance,
For the Benefit of the
SOUTH CAROLINA TABLE OF THE
CONFEDERATE BAZAAR,
MASONIC TEMPLE BAL.t_.ROOM,
April 14h, 0 P. M.
ADMISSION, - FIFTY GENTS.
Banjo nnd Flguros by Polk Miller,
RICHMOND
. ..TO...
$1.50 ROUND TRIP,
for tho benefit of tho Maryland Tabla
Confederate Bazaar,
LEAVING RICHMOND AT 9 A, M?
SATURDAY APRIL 11TH.
Oood returning, loavlng Fort Monroe
at 4:2$ P. M. Exourylonlsts desiring to
romain over at Fort Monroe can return
on train loitviner Fort Monroe at 4:25
P. M. following day.
REAL ESTATE.
COAL AND TIMBER LANDS
WANTED.
WE DBS1H13 TO COMMUNICATE
with parties owning or having for nal??
COAL? ANIi TIMBE.tt LANTJS In Vir?
ginia and West Virginia,, Address
j INVESTOR,
4?. O. Box 9i, Newport Now3, Va,
ACADEMY
MATINEE TO-DAY.
ACADEMY MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
...IN...
THE FRENCH MAID
Next Wook : GIRL? FROM PARIS.
I
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MATINEE TO-DAY
PERCY
HASWELL
unti tho
FawceHCompany
MISTRESS
NELL
Montlfiy
Tuesday
Wednesday
George
Fawcett
In
Rip Van
Winkle.
iBOSTOCKS
Reason closes
fUESlAPRIl 2ISJ
TWICB DAILY AT 3 ANP 7 F, ?W.
ADMISSION 25c CHILDREN l?e.
Thev Valentine Museum
PUOVENTH AND CLAY STRBBTS,
OPISN 10 A. M. TO 6 P. XL
-, ADMISI?N, 2SC.
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