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m ? M L* M ONE CENT A WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Cash In Advance 7?G THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BR?NQ GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM ?HAINE 26 Genis, Cash to Advance ?me mi A WORD. ? HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ?"WANTED. COOK, WHITE OR OOLOR ed. Apply 2217 West Main Street. WANTED. AT ONCE. YOUnT) MAN with Rome experience in drug store; reference must be first-class; -rood po? sition to right man. Address G. O. Box 187. .WANTED, A COMPETENT YOUNG lady an stenographer, typewriter and office assistant. Address, In own hand _wrltlng, imOKER, 1\ O. ?ox 2G,1, clty._ ~~HfUATI? N S "W? ? ? E D?F E M A L?. (WANTED, POSITION A3 8??? ograplier and Typewriter by voting lady of experience; best references furnish? ed. Address Box 428, city. WANTED-A YOUNG WOMAN OF EDUi cation and experience In stenography ?nd book-keeping desires a position: ?he tuarnntees to do flm-clnss work; refers to \V. fi. Copeland. of Tho Tlmes-Dls? patch. Address STENOGRAPHER, care this office. HELP'WANTED-^MALE.. WANTED, EXPERIENCED HELP IN Ealnt deporlmcnt. Apply to Vf, C. MITH, 314 N. Fifth Street. Wanted, io able bodied coix)r ed men; report to A. 11. GARBER, foreman Foundry, American Locomo? tivo Company, 7 A. M. Wanted, farm hands, white or colored, to work on truck farm, four miles from Richmond, on Nlnn-Mllo Road, near New Bridge Church. STEIC5 LEDER BROS. WANTED AT ONCE, AN ALL-ROUND Unmarrleti dentist; stato age, experi? ence and salarv expected In first lot tor. Address DENTIST, care of this pa? per. Wanted, an experienced dry goods and notions salesman to travel BouthweHt Virginia. Apply, with refer? ences, CilJINN-MARSHALL COMPANY, Lynchburg, Va. BRICK SETTERS TO TVOUK ON OUR yard, two miles, East Suffolk, on South? ern Railway. Apply on yard or to STANDARD BRICK CO., Withers Building, Norfolk, Va._ WANTED. WANTED. TO BUY FEATHER BEDS for cash. Address J. W. CASPER, 2IS South I-aurel Street, city. WANTED. HORSES FOR PASTURAGE, price tu per month. Addrcse BARNEY, Jatneslow?, Va. WANTED. TO BUY HOUSEHOLD EF fects, Beather Bods, Merchandise; state ! quantity. Box 177. WANTED, A GOOD DRAUGHT HORSE; must be lnrge nnd In good condition. Address HAULER, enre this office. WANTED. SECOND-HA.VD TYPE? WRITER; must be In good repair and cheap; give full description in first let? ter. C. S. KINZER, Interior, Va. DR. F. E. CLARK COMING TO-DAY Founder o? the Christian En? deavor Movement Coming \ to Richmond. Tho Rev. Francis E. Clark, of Boston, the world-famous founder of the Christ? ian Endeavor movement, and the pres? ent international president of tho organi? zation, will reach ? Richmond about 6:30 o'clock this evening from Bristol. Dr. Clark 1? one of the best known ministers In the United States. Tho Christian Endeavor movement, now num? bering some two or three million mem? bers, was started by him, and he Is now at the head of the organization through? out tho world. Ho has recently returned from a tour of Inspection In Furope and other countries. At the present time ho ls making his way back home from Ala? bama, where he has been to attend a SLate convention. To-night In the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. Dr. Clark will hold a conference with the State Executive Committee of the Virginia Union. Among other things tho coming International convention In Denver, where somo ",?,??? or more dele? gates from all parts of tho world will ho present, will he discussed. Dr. Clark will preside at this meeting, which will bo held July 0-13. To-morrow morning Dr. Clark will prcacli at tho AVest End Christian Church. In the afternoon ho will address tho men's meeting at the Y. M. C. ?., and to-morrow night he will preach at tho Third Christian Church. From this place Dr. Clark will go to Chnrlottesville on Monday rand Alex? andria on Tuesday. LUCKY CHILDREN Names ofthe Winners in May Festival Contest to Be Printed To-Morrow. Tho names of the lucky children who wero fortunato onotigh to win tho prizes in tho groat word contest inaugurated by the May Festival and Exppsltlon Com mltteo will ho published In The Times Dispatch to-morrow morning. To the lit? tle girl forming tho largest number of words out of the letters contnlned In the two words Chimborazo Hospital, a watch Will be given, and tho boy who ls honored Will also receive a similar prize. Everything ls In readiness at Broad SITUATIONS WANTED?MALE. WANTED," BY YOtJNQ MAN. A POSI? tlon as book-keeper, collector or office work; woulel llko work right away; flrst clftss referenco furnished. Address HURRY, caro thl? office. FLATS FOR RENT. A SIX ROOM, THIRD STORY. 12 EAST Main, bright, nlry. newly furnished flat for rent June 1st; no children. Ap? ply ns above. EXCELLENT THREE ROOM ' FLAT, all conveniences; suitable for light housekeeping for couple without chil? dren; unfurnished room; Church Hill; one square car line. GRADY. Box 871. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. PARTNEU"WANTED WITH 15.000 TO $1,0t)0 In stave and heading business; money secured. Addrevs ST. BERNARD, care this office. FOIt BALE? HALF INTEREST IN nice, clean, retail business on Brond street, paying 60 per cent, profit; good chance for nUsttlhg young man. Ad? dress MELVILLE DANIELS, this ottico. I'ARTY WITH J?.000 WANTS PARTNER with same amount to buy a flO.OOO wholesale nnd retail business; long on tablishcd stand; best location In large city; rent pulci by stands surrounding store; havo Investigated thoroughly; A-l opportunity. Address MELVILLE DAN? IELS, this office. EXCELLENT APARTMENT HOUSE, cor. Ann and Church Streets. Hartford, Conn.; 24 suites, 6 and 0 rooms; cafe nnd office suite: 4 stories brick with marble trimmings; central location; fine Investment, $80,000. W. M. OSTRAND? EU. North American Bldg.. Philadel? phia. FOR SALE. AVANTED TO SELL. A GOOD RIDING and Driving Horse: stylish: very good speed. Apply SOI West Cary; will sell Runabout. WANTED, TO SELL ONE STEAM EN? gine INDICATOR, as pood as new. with 3 springs. In mahogany case. Address INDICATOR, care this office. FOn SALE OR RENT?THE OLDEST, largest and best business stand on the western suburbs; also a good stock Liquors and Cenerai Merchandise; 11 ejtior and grocery license to April 30, 1904; profits will average S300 per month. Ad drcBH BROADWAY DEPARTMENT STORE. 101-33 AVest Cary. LADIES' COLUMN. KAEMTF-S CANDIES ARE MAKING friends every day. Are you one of them? BETTER THAN DOCTORS AND MEDI olnes? DANIELS' method of deep breathing and physical culture. It costs nothing to Investigate: C27 East Broad. ONE MINUTE, PLEASE?WHEN YOU buy Candle- are thev always pure and fresh? Try KAEMPF'S and eoe how you will be pleased. Street Park for the opening of the big show, which Is scheduled to' occur next Monday afternoon. The special train bearing the parapher? nalia, wild animals and other belongings of the show will reach Richmond from Lynchburg next Sunday afternoon. The show will close a week's engagement In the Hill City to-night, and the newspapers of that city pronounce the exhibition one of the cleanest and best ever seen there. Tho fourte?^n high class exposition attractions which wll be shown here have be-?n selected with great care, and nothing but the most refined acts wll be given. These will Include the Choir Inspired, the Streets of India, Moulin Rouge, Temple of I.ils, Dog nntl Pony Circus, Bostock Animal Arena antl a number of other equally meritorious attractions. The six big featured free acts will In? clude tho world famous Weotzmnns, the Merediths and a band of performing Japs. The Cincinnati Festival Orchestra, num? bering twenty first-class muslclana, will furnish the music for the carnival. HOLLYWOOD MEMORIAL Lee Camp to Take Charge?Gen. A. L. Philips Chief Marshal. At the meeting of Lee Camp last night the camp accepted the request of tho Hollywood Memorial Association to take charge of tho memorial parade on Sat? urday. May 30, 1003, and appointed Gen? eral A. L. Phillips chief marshal. The camp will also attend tho memorial ser? vices at tho Second Baptist Church on Sunday, May 24th, at 8:15 P. M., on which occasion, tho Rev. Dr. W. R. L. Smith will preach tho annual sermon. Tho members of the camp who aro go? ing to the Now Orleans reunion will moot In the camp ball this (Saturday) eve? ning at 9:3-1 o'clock In full uniform. All members aro urged to attend. Tho members of tho camp will meef In uniform on Wednesday. May 20th, at 5 o'clock P. M. to attend tho Hebrew memorial scind?es.. HENRICO NOTES Another Whiskey License Granted Yos terday?Damage Suit, It develops that more Henrlco saloon? keepers are squeezing In under the Mann law than was at first expected. When court adjourned last month after grant? ing IIcenseH, but two men bad succeeded In getting them under the new statute. Do you see another bather in this scene? REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FINE MILL PROPERTY AND 7.000 A. timber land Bflyfleld Co., Wls. Cap. f,0 to 76 thousand ft. per 10 hrs. Hide tracks, docks, etc. Land contains over 80 million ft. lumber. 1103,000. W. M. OSTRANDER. North American Bldg., "Philadelphia. BUSINESS WANT8. 6,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR next ten days e.t 6c. R. B. BRAUER, successor to F. L. Brauer & Bro. WANT ED-Wri TAKE YOUR OLD Watches In part payment on elegant new Watches. JAHNKE BROS., Watch? makers and Jewelers, 912 East Main. WAXENE. THli ONLY DURABLE floor polish. TANNER PAINT & OIL CO., 1419 East Main Street. DON'T THROW AWAY~YOUR OLD books, pamphlrta. papers, etc.. I buy them. D. H. HEY. 733 East Cary. WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLET E nnd varied line of Watchee In the city, and take pleasure In showing them. JAHNKE BROS., Watchmakers and Jewelers, PI2 East Main. WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that at STUMPF'ft RESTAURANT and Bar. corner Eighth and Main Streets, 'phone 763. you can get Soft Crabs, ex? tra f/ne Crai) Meat (dally nrrlvals), and their own make Deviled Crabs and all other delicados. $3.60 WARRANTED DREW SHOE, IF the sole don't wear three months, will half-sole them free, or If the vamps break through before tho first solo moars out. will give you ? new pair In? stead. DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER SHOE FACTORY". 716 East Main. MISCELLANEOUS. DON'T DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU see us. F. L. BRAUER & BROTHER. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. THE VIRGINIA LEATHER COMPANY, Richmond, are the only man? ufacturers of Oak Tanned Belting and Raw-Hide Lace Leather In the Btat?? Repair work neatly done?. IP IT'S WALL PAPER TOITRE LOOK Ing for ucd want the best at satisfac? tory prices call and see us. F. L. BRAUER & BROTHER. 20?-2?0 North Fifth. TO BE AN ACTOR OR ACTRESS TAKE tho shortest road to the stage via DAN? IELS' SCHOOL OF ACTING: most complete school In the South; privat* theatre In connection: 627 East Broad. HARRY MADE PEACE WITH HIS motiier-in-law by taking her to DOYLE'S CAFE, where they serve the best drinks In city to ladle? and gents. Seventh and Broad. SEND 25C. FOR A SAMPLE BOX OF KAEMPF'S Candles, prepaid; 110 North Ninth Street, Richmond. Va. 6,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR next ten days at Re. H. B. BRAUER, successor to F. L?. Brauer & Bro. Between then and now. however, some of them have made rapid time, and a few days ago, when court convened again, three more licenses were granted. Yesterday there woe another?that of J. H. Keitelback, of Fair Oaks. Another case will be up Monday. The petllton Is now being examined. Tho case of Fred Wllklo vs. the Vir? ginia Passenger and Power Company, suit for $5,000 for Injuries sustained on the Oakwood line, Is now on trial In the Circuit Court. The case was begun yes? terday, and was continued over until to-day. Mr. Charles W. Thomas, son of 'Squire George W. Thomas, has announced him? self a candidate for constable from Fair field district. LEGAL NOTICES. TO JAMES H. BARTON: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that four (4) lots of land described ai follows: Nos. 8, 9. 10, 11. Block 14, each 50 feet, Barton Heights. located In Brookland Magisterial District, Henrlco county. Va., sold on the loth day of February, 1S94, for delinquent taxes, levies. Interests, and costs due thereon for the year 1902. to the Commonwealth of Virginia; an applica? tion for the purchase thereof ha?; been filed In this office, and It appearing from the records of this office that you are Interested In the said land, you aro further notified to appear here in four months from the date of this notice, and do what may be necessary to protect your Inter? ests. Given under my hand this 10th day of February, 1903. SAMUEL P. WADDIDL, Clerk Henrlco County Court, Virginia. A Copy?Teste: SAMUEL P. WADDILI?, Clerk. May lC-Sat-lw TO HENRY BANES, JACKSON BANKS & MARY BANKS: v You are hereby notified that a lot of land described ns follows; 250x- feet, east side of Montelro Street, Barton Heights, Brookland Magisterial District, Henrlco county, Virginia, was sold on tho - day of - for dellnauent taxes, levies. Interests and costs due thereon for the year 1.??9, to the Commonwealth of Virginia; an application for the pur? chase thereof bas been filed in this of? llce, and It appearing from thn records of this court that you are Interested In the said land, you are further notified to appear hero In four months from the date of this notice and do what may be necessary to protect your Interest. Given under my hand this Sth day of Muy, 1903. SAMUEL P. WADD1LL, Clerk of the County Court of Henrlco county. Va. A copy?Teste; SAMUEL P. WADDILL, Clerk. MEETINGS. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING of (ho Stockholders of THE BRYANT FERTILIZER CO.. for tho election of officers for the ensuing vear, and for the transaction of whatever business mnv properly come before said meeting, will be held at the olTlce of the Com? pany, No. 117 King Street, Alexandria, Va., on TUESDAY, Juno 2, 1903, at 2 o'clock P. M. . WILLIAM BRYANT. Secretary. S?AI.ED~PR0POS??S, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office of City Englneor, Richmond. Va.. May 13, 1903. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RE celved at this office until THURSDAY, May 21, 19?3, at 6 P. M.. for tbo follow? ing work at the new Oily Jail: IRON STAVES TO BAKE OVEN. GALVANIZED IRON 8CRE1CNS IN WING OF BASEMENT. IRON FENCE ALONG FRONT OF BUILDING. VENTILATING FANS AND CON? NECTIONS. ELECTRIC MOTOR FOR FAN. ASH DOORS IN AREA OVER BOILER-ROOM. IRON GUARDS IN OFFICE WIN? DOWS. IRON CHAMBERS FOR INTAKE OF AIR. WIRE SCREENS IN WINDOWS. ELECTRIC ELEVATOR WITH MO? TOR. Full Information to bidders 'can bo had upon application at this office. A cnrtlllod check for f250 must accom? pany each bid as a guaranty for execu? tion of contract. The Committed on Grounds and Build, lugs reserve the right .to reject any antl all bids offered and to award tho con? tract as a whole or hi separate parts. W. E. CUTSHA\Y. May 10-td? City Engineer. PERSONALS SCOTCH KISSES, HOME-MADE CARA mols, and a hundred other Candles nt KAEMPF8, 110 N. Ninth Streot, Rich? mond, Va. KILL ??-BED BUGS. ROACHES, Moths, etc. REEVES' Insect Extermi? nator does the work quickly, Pre? pared by F. W. KOENIG, 427 N, Sixth. MONEY TO LOAN ON RTORA'VE RJ5 celpts of nil description: we also make personal loans; ?ntablfched 1-XI; nil business confidential. Address CO.N FIDENTIAL, care this office. WRITE FOR OUR PRICE LIST OF Oak Tanned Belting and Raw-Hid? Lace leather. The only manufacturers In the State. Repair work neatly done. THE VIRGINIA LEATH EH CO.. Rich? mond. I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE TO IN? crease the chest expansion of nny lady or gentleman to ? Inches in 0 weeks bv my method of deep breathing nnd physical culture. MELVILLE DAN? IELS' SCHOOL, G27 E. Broad. Special attention given to children; lady always In attendance LADIES' CHESTS AND BUSTS DEVEL opcd (no mnssage); results positively guaranteed: best city reference; lady al? ways In attendance. DANIELS' SCHOOL PHYSICAL CULTURE, 627 East Broad. HAVE YOU TRIED DOYLE'S DEVILED Crabs? Tho best you over tnsted. DOYLE'S LADIES' & GENTS' CAFE, corner Seventh and Broad, AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS. OUR PRTCES ARE THE LOWEST; 'phono 2576 and wo will sail. M. G. COPELAND CO., 108 North Ninth St. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED to; no trouble to call and give estim?tes. .T. ROSS JONES .ft BRO., Awnlnss. Tents and Flags, 502 East Broad; 'phone 2142. BREAD. TRY THE PULLMAN LOAF. THE JEF? ferson and othor prominent clubs, ho? tels, etc., use It: also Home-made French, Vlonna and German Rye Brea* Cakes and Pies made by MUELLER'S NEW YORK BAKERY. No. 410 West Broad; 'phone 2589: free delivery. BICYCLES, A.C. JOE, JOE. THE BICYCLE MAN?AL ways something doing in lowest prices, Inrgest stock, best workmanship; every? thing up-to-date In Bicycles, etc. BICKERSTAFF'S?One Btore?1803 East Main. BOOK-BINDING AND PRINTING. BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER, Magazines bound, lettering on Bibles, Hymnals, etc. S. B. ADKINS & CO., ? Governor Street. FLOOR STAINS. FLOOR STAINS, ALL SHADES, TAN? NER PAINT & OIL CO., 1419 East Main Street SEALED PROPOSALS. Office Superintendent of Public Charities. Richmond, Va.. May 13, 1903. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE celved at this office (Room 5. City Hall) until 12 o'clock M., MONDAY, May 18, or at the almshouse until G P. M. on that day, for furnishing tho almshouse with FRESH BEEF. LAMB, &c, for one year from June 1 next. Forms of proposal ?nntt probable quan? tity needed can be had by applying at this office. The Committee for tho Relief of the Poor reserve the right to reject any or all proposals offered. Bond In the pen? alty of ?200.00, for faithful compllanco with contract, will be required of, tho successful bidder. GEORGE B. DAVIS, Superintendent May 14-Thu.Frl,Sat,Sun-4t Office Superintendent of Publio Charities. Richmond. Va.. May 13, 1903. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE celved at this office CRoom S. Cilty Hall) until 12 o'clock M., MONDAY, May 18, for furnishing the almshouse with sup? plies of BACON, FLOUR. COFFEE, SUGAR, RICE, DARD. SOAP. HER? RINGS, SALT, MOLASSES. BUTTER, POTATOES, CORN. OATS, HAY, WHISKEY. STRAAV, SHOES. CLOTH? ING and DRY GOODS for the quarter ending August 31, 1903. The Committee for the Relief of the Poor reserves the right to reject any or all proposals offered, nnd of giving the contract for each article, required to tho lowest responsible bidder therefor. Forms of proposals can be obtained at this office. GEORGE B. DAVIS, Superintendent. May H-Thu,Frl,8at,Sun-4t Office Superintendent of Public Charities, Richmond, Va., May 13G 1903. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE celved at this office (Room fi, City Hall) until 12 o'clock M.. MONDAY, May 18. 1903. or until G P. M. on that day at tho almhouse. for furnishing the almshouse with PURE MILK for one year from Juno 1. 1903; milk to be delivered at tho white and colored almshouses at such times and In such quantity as may bo ordered by the superintendent. . Tho committee reserve tho right to re? ject any and all proposals offered. GEORGE B. DAVIS, Superintendent. May 14-Thu.Frl,Sat,Sun-4t PROPOSALS FOR FRAME DORMITORY AND STEAM HEATING PLANT. De? partment, of the Interior, Offlco of Indimi Affairs, Washington. D. C, April 29, 1903: Scaled Proposals, endorsed "Proposals for Dormitory, etc., Cherokee School, N. C," and addressed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, will be received nt tho Indian Office until 2 o'clock P. M. WED ? USD AY, May 27, 1903. for furnishing tho necessary materials and labor required to construct and complete a frume dormi? tory, with a steam heating plant, at tho Cherokeo School. N. C., In strict accord? ance w'lth the plans and specifications and Instructions lo bidders, which mny be examined at tills office, tbo offices of tha Journal and Tribune, Knoxvlllo, Tenu.; tho Register, Ashevlllt?. N. C. ; The Times? Dlspnteli. Richmond, Va.; the Amnrlcan, Baltlmoro, Md,; the Builders and Trad? ers' Exchanges nt Omaha, Neb.. Milwau? kee. Wie., and St. Paul. Minn.; the North? western Manufacturers' Association, St. Paul, Minn.; tbo U. S. Indian Warehouses, 2(l? Smith Canal St.. Chicago. 111., 8?G1 How? ard fit.. Omaha, Nob., and 119 Woostor St., New York City, and at the school. Fur further Informal ion apply to Henry ??. Spray. Superintendent, Cherokee, N. C. A. C. Tonner. Acting Commissioner. BIDS FOR COAL. Western State Hospital, Staunten, Va.. Muy 16, 1903. SEALED BIDS TO FURNISH THIS Hospital wilh Three Thousand 13,000) Tons of BEST STEAM COAL will be re? ceived at my ofl'lcu up to 12 o'clock M. on JUNE 1st next. Euch bidder'must furnish an analysis of the coal ho pro? poses to dull vor, and must also state what percentage of lump he will guarantee to bo contained in the coal lie contracts lo deliver. The coal to bo. dumped from a trestle Insldo of the Hospital coal-shod on the C. it O. Railwuy siding 011 the Hospital grounds, and lo be jald for ut U,240 pounds to the ton by railway weights taken at Slaunton. Delivery to begin as early as practicable ufter the award of tho contract, and ?? continue at the rato of 150 tons or more per week, subject to the order of tho Steward of tho Hospital. Envelopes containing bids must be marked 'Bids fur Cual" and ad? di eased tf> the undersigned? The right is resorved tu reject any and all bids. Terms?Cash at tini enti of every thirty days for tho amount or coal delivered during such period. 4_ C, M1LLF.R, Steward. May l?-6t BELTING AND LACE LEATHER. BEST OAK TANNED BELTING AND Rawhide Lace Leather. THE VIRGINIA LEATHER CO.. Richmond, the only manufacturers In the State. Repair work neatly done. CAKES AND JELLY ROLLS. CAKES AND JELLY ROLLS, SPE clals, 3-pound for 2?c.: 26c. Layer Cnkes COc. Our 26o. Pound Cakes are delicious. Seven kinds of Cakes 16c. each. DRINKARD'S, 423 1-2 North Sixth St. EXC?RS???S] ?XOU RS1 ON S-JAM ESTOWN ISLAND can? be rented for excursions. For terms, etc.. apply to L. J. BARNEY, Meodow vlllo, Va. FISH, FRUITS, ICE, ETC. FRESH EVERY' DAY-FINEST FISrL Crabs, Fruits, ote.; Ice In any quantity. 'Phone (2278) orders delivered quickly, E. C. WHITE, 612 Bast Marshall. FOR, SALE?BARGAINS. PRHvCQ CDTrONSEED MEAL AND Hulla and Mixed Meal and Hulls. We have t.hom for sale; prices right nnd quality guaranteed. KERSHAW OIL MILL, Kershaw, ?. C. KEEP MONEY IN CIRCULATION AT homo by using the VIRGINIA LEATH? ER CO.'S Oak Tanned Belting and Raw Hide Lace? Leather of Richmond. The onlv manufacturers In tho State. Satis? faction guaranteed. GENTS' COLUMN. BEFORE ORDERING THAT NEW SUIT come and see the nice assortment at Sixth and Main. Stilts. SIS up: Trousers, ?5 up. RICHMOND TAILORING CO., Chas. A. Spence, Manager. HAND.MADE SHOES. VIC!, PATENT LEATHER OR KID shoes made to order; hand stitched; best material; workmanship and perfect fit guaranteed, for $3.50. BALTIMORE SHOE HOUSE. 1719 East Main. PRINTING. CHEAPEST PRINTING HOUSE IN Richmond: work strictly flrst-claa and up-to-date. Telephone 3341 If you have nny doubts, and wo will convince you that wo can savo you money. This af? fects your pocket-book, so keep ub In mind.- HARRIS PRINTING CO., 1303 East Franklin Street. ,? OXFORD SHOE? LADIES' FINE OXFORD TIES AT J1.00. ALBERT STEIN, corner Fifth and Broad Streets. UPHOLSTERING. C. C. LEVY, NO. 544 BROOK AVENUE. Upholsterer and Mattress maker. Old Hair Mattress made good as new. I pack and shin furniture: also make Cushion and Slip Covers to order. 'Phone 1036. STEAMB0AT8. BAY LINE TO.BALTIMOEE Via. C. & 0. Hwy. and Old Pcfe-4 U. 5 MAIL ROUTE, beare Richmond via C. & 0. dally except Sunday, nt 4 P. M., con? necting at Old Point with steamer* of Old Bay Line, learing 7:15 P. M., arrlTlng Baltimore 0:30 A. M., connecting North, East nnd West, For tickets and Information apply to 0. & 0. Rwy., Rich? mond Trnnsfer Compnny, or 880 Enst Main St. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY JAMES RIVER DAY LINE. Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves MON? DAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 7 A. M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point, Newport News, Claremont and James River landings, and connecting at Old Point for Washington, Baltimore and the North. State-rooms reserved for the night at moderate prices. Electric cars direct to wharf. Fare only $1.50 and $1 to Norfolk. Music by Grand Orchestrion. Freight received for above-named places and all points In Eastern Virginia and North Carolina. IRVIN WEISIGER, General Manager. B. A. Barber, Jr., Secretary. S Transportation Oompany. Steamship Liae. Direct ?oute to Boston, Mass., and Providence, R. I. Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues? day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. For Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur? day at 6 P. M. Passengers and freight taken for all New Englnnd points. Tick? ets on sale at C. & 0. Ry. and N. & Vf. Ry, offices and No. S19 East Main Street. R. H. WRIGHT. Agt.. Norfolk. Va. American Line. NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON | Stilling Wednesdays nt ? A. M. St. Paul, May 20. Philadelphia, .Tune 3. New York, May 27. St. Paul, June 10. Red Star Line. NEW YORIC-ANTWEBP-PARIS. Sailing Saturday at 10 A, M. Finland, May 23. Kroonland, June 6. Vaderland, May 80. Seeland, June 13. Biers 14 nnd IE, North River. Office. 73 Broadway. N. Y. W. B. PALMER & CO.. N01IC3. ~ Richmond, Vn., May 15. 1503. Wo have this day soldato Mr. GEORGE A. GIBSON the good wfll anil agencies nf tho (Ire Insurance business conducted by us for tho past thirty yours. Mr. Gibson has had extended experience In the insur? ance business generally, and Is most cor? dially commended as our successor to all of our' patrons. T. G. PEYTON & SON. Referring to tho above announcement I beg to assure my friends, as well as the patrons of the old firm of t. a. PEYTON & SON. thai all business entrusted to me will havo prompt and cnroful attention, and I respectfully solicit their orders, 1 will have In my agency tho Liverpool & London & Globo Insurance Co., Tho Scottish Union & National Insurance Co., The St. Paul Fire ? Marino Insurance Co., and tho General Agency of tho Mary? land" Casualty Compnny. Wllh these loading companies I urn able to offer the very best facilities for the trunsuctlon o? (Ir? and casualty Insurance. QUO, ?. GIBSON, Nn. 1 North Tenth Street. THE WAY TO REACH NEW OR? LEANS Is via tho Southern Railway. Only one night on tho rond. ???.?? round trip ac? count Confederate Veterans' Reunion. Tickets on salo May llith to 21st Inclu? sive. Two fust trains dally. The through cur line. Rate open to the public. ?'.????????? or VIUUINIA. In Vlwlnlu mountains. Mtli Hummer. July 1 to Hvp ktuilwr 1, 11**1. Menni for Liviumis, fur laminimi?? (or tlie.? liar, und fur prucMtloiiiT? wliu Imvu lucked tyulv tiistli!Instruction. Kur ralaleiimt?, nd.lrue? it. ?J. UI Mill, hi-i-ru-lui j, ('lutrlultimtllli?. Vu. FIRST SUNDAY EXCURSION G? WEST POINT, MAY 17, 1903. Ti.uln leaves Southorn Depot, Fourteenth and Cary Streets, at 3 I*. M.; leaves West ? Point S P. M. Round trip, &Qc, ICE-CREAM. ICE CREAM, 11 PER GADLON. FRTHTH, Cakes, Delicacies at bottom pnces. 'Phone 22G.3; WINSTON'S, 537 Brook Ave. LAWN MOWERS. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND repaired at BLENNER'S, 810 N. Fifth Street. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. EDUEWORTII BOARDING AND DAY School for Girle. Re-opons Beptember 241b, 1903. 42d year. Mrs. H. P. I.E FEBVllri, Miss m. D. HUNTLEY, Prin? cipals; 122-24 West Franklin Streot, Bal? tlmoro, Mil. PHOTOGRAPHS. DAVIS GALLERY IS STILL THE MOST reliable placo for photographs. Compare our work and prices. From 25c. up; 222 and 817 Broad. ?UNABOUTS AND WAGONS. F^Rl^w^?T?^^<5tbT5TTTf?i^JRU^ abouts, Wagons. Phaetons, SurroyH. Day tons, como to se* mo. W. C. SMITH, No. 314 North Fifth Street. WOOD. $1.M FOR HALF CORD KILN-DRIED Cooking "and Kindling Wood, delivered! oak and pine wood: cheapest cooking fuel. See or 'phone J. B. LACY. SPECIAL NOTICE. MEN'S SHOES HALF SOLTQD, 73C; ladles, COc.; restitchod. no nails, no pegs, host leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER SHOE FACTORY, 716 E. Main Street. 'Phone 2C67. Will call and de? liver. This advertisement good for 10c. ^^^^ NOTICE. THE LATE CHANGE IN THE FISH BUSINESS?Having withdrawn from the firm of the JENNINGS Fleh and Oystor Market Co. at No. 414 NortH Sixth Street and opened directly oppo? site at No. 416 N. SIXTH Street and Stalls Nos. W and S9 SECOND MAR? KET as JENNINGS fc SONS, I beg to say that we will now keep the best as? sortment to be had In our Uno of busi? ness In the city, at the same time we guarantee personal and prompt atten? tion to all orders entrusted to us, and we only nsk a trial from all our stock at present as follows: Fresh Mackerel, Pompano, Halibut, Smelts, Fresh Cod? fish, large and small Rockdsh. Black Bass, large and small Blue Fish, large and small TtoiH, White Perch, Spots, Shad, Shad Roe, Sturgeon, Flounders, Croakers, etc. Live Lobsters, Soft and Hard Shell Crabs, Fresh Picked Crab moat, Little Neck Clams; large Clamq by thn hundred or gallon, fresh opened; and will say our Snowflako Crabmeat Is Bomethlng grand and was never sold on this market before; it Is well worth anyono trytng It, and It is pure crab and In largo whlto flakes, free of Bhells. Most respectfully, H. S. JENNINGS, and please remember that It la now JENNINGS & SONS AND NOT THE JENNINGS" FISH & OYSTER MAR? KET CO. OUR "PHONE IS 3620. MR. A. B. GUIOON RBSPECTFUXJL.YJ announces tho removal of his law of? fice to rooms 8 and 4, second floor, Virginia Pnssengor and Power Com? pany's building, corner Seventh a?? Main Streets. Teophone 3400. SPm?L~NOT?C?i LADIES' DINING-ROOMS AT DOYLE'8 Cafe (corner Broad and Seventh), whore best drinks In city served to ladles and gents. RAILROADS. LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. 9:00 A. M.. NORB'OLK LIMITED. Ar? rives Norfolk 11:2t) A. M. Btops only at Petersburg. Waverly and Suffolk. 9:00 A. M.. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Buffet Parlor Car, Petersburg to Lynchburg and Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to Columbus, Bluerield to Cincinnati: also Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxville to Chattanooga and Memphis. 12:20 P. M., ROANOKE EXPRESS tot Farmvtlle, Lynchburtr and Roanoke, 8:00 P. M? OCEAN"8HORE LIMITED, Arrives Norfolk 6:20 P. M. Stops only at Petersburg. Waverly and Suffolk. Connects with steamers to Boston. Providence. Now York. Baltimore and Washington. 6:5G P. M., for Norfolk and all stations east of Petersburg. 9:35 P. M.. NEW ORLEANS SHORT LINE. Pullman Sleeper, Richmond to Lynchburg, Petersburg to Roanoke: Lynchburg to Chattanooga, Memphis and New OrleanR. Cafe Dining Car. Trains arrive from the West 7:35 A.M.. 2 P. M. and 8:58 P. M.; from Norfolk 11:10 A. M., 11:42 A. M. and 6:50 P. M. Office No. S38 East Main Stroet. W. B. BEVILE. C. H. BOSLEY. Gen. Pass. Agent- Dis. Pase. Agent SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APL. a6, 1903. TRAINS LEAVE EXCHMOND. 7:00 A. M.?Dally. Local tor Charlotte. 12:60 P. M.'? Dally. Limited. Buffet Pull man to Atlanta and Birmingham, New Orleans, Memphis, Chattanooga and all the South. 6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Keysvllle Local. II:0G P. M.?Dally. Limited; Pullman ready 9:30 P. M.. for all the South. YORK RIVER ?,G??. The favorite route to Baltimore and eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P. M, Dally, except Sunday. 6:00 A. M.?Except Sunday. Local mixed for West Point. 2:16 P. M.-Local for West Point. 4:30 P. M.?Except Sunday. For West Point, connecting with steamers for Bal? timore and rlvor landings. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. 6:5G? A. M. and 0:25 P. M.?From all the South. 3:25 P. M. 8-40 A.M.?From Keysvllle. 9:15 A. M.?Baltimore and West Point 4:60 P. M.?From West Point. C. ?. ACKERT. S. ?. HARDAVICK, G. M. G. P. A. O. W. WESTRITUY. D. P. ?.. Richmond. V?. RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG ELECTRIC RAILWAY. Beginning April Ist, I??2. Cars leave corner Perry and Seventh Streets. Manchester, every hour (on the hour) from ? A. M. to 10 P. M, last car U:fiU P. M. Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Syca? more Stroet, ovory hour from 6:30 A. M. to 10:30 P. M, FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL EXCURSIONS. CO CENTS-ROUND TRIP-CO CENTS. STEAM BOATO. Night Line for Norfolk Leave Richrtiond daily at 7 P. M? stopping at Newport News in both directions. Daily except Sunday by C. and O, Rail? way, 9:00 A. M., 4 P. M..? 9 A. M. and J P. M. by N. and \V. Railway; all line? connect at Norfolk with direct sicumera for Now York, sailing dally axcopt t?un duy, 7 P. M. Steamers sail from company's wharf (foot of Ash Streut) Rocketts. ?. F. CHALK LEY, City Ticket Asont, 1212 E. Main Street. JOHN F. MAYER. Agent. Wharf Foot of Ash Streut, Richmond, Va. ?. ?. WALKER, V. P. ? T. M.. New York. Clyde Steamshio Go.'s PHILADELPHIA, RICHIvfONO ADD NOKFOLK STEAM? SHIP LINE. Appointed sailing davs: Every TUESDAY. Fim.AV aiul KUNDA?. at daylight. Fitiiyut received daily till t> P. M. > . . ~. RAILROADS. rouTEa2?,r ? ??" ???? 2 Hours and 25 Minutes to Norfolk. LEAVE RICHMOND?EAflTBOUND. 7:45 A. Al.?Week days?Local to Nevrport Newa and tray stations. 9:00 ?. M.?Ila!!.?--Limited?ArriToa WIlHams burg 0:80 A II., Newport News 10:30 A. ?I., Old I Vint 11:00 A. M.. Norfolk 11:25 A. if. 4:00 P. M.?Week dayj?Special?Arrires Wll llamaburg 4:B0 P. M., Newport Nowa 5:30 P. M., Old Point 0:00 P. M., Nor.toll? 0:25 P. M. 8:00 P. M?Dally?Local to Old Point. MAIN LINK?WESTBOUND. 10:10 A. M.?Week daye?Local to Clifton Forgo and way stations. 3:00 P. M.?Dellj??Special to ' Cincinnati. Louisville, St. Louie and ' Chicago. 6:15 P. M.?Week days?Local to DoswalL 10:30 P. M.?Dally?Limited to' Cincinnati, LonlBTllle, St. Louis and Chicago. JAMH RIVER LINE. ?O-.20 A. M.?Dally?Express "to Lyncfcborg. Clifton Forgo and principal station*. 8:15 P. M_Week days?Locstl to Bremo. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND FROM Norfolk and Old Point 10:08 ?. M. dully, 11:45 A. M. Ex. Sun., and 0:80 P. M. dally. Newport News Local 7:20 P. M. Ex. Sun. From Cincinnati and West 8:18 A. M. daily and 3:30 P. M. dally. Main Line Local from Clifton Forge 7: IB P. M. Ex. Sun. Dos-rell Accom. 8:35 A. M. Ex. Sun. James River Line Local from Clifton Ports (1:85 P. M. dally. Bremo Accom. 8:40 A. M. Ex. Sun. O. B. DOYLE, W. O. WARTHHN, Oen'l Manager, Diet. Pasa. Agt. RE ? ? Richmond, Frederick? " ? ?G a ?A IT ? burg 8c Potomac R. R Trains Leave Rlohmond?Northward. ?4:15 A. M? dally, Byrd St. Through. 6:45 A. M? daily. Main St. Through. 7:l? A. M, week days. Elba. Aahland ac? commodation. 8:00 A. 41., Sunday only. Byrd Bt Through. 8:40 A. M., week days. Bryd St. Through. 12:05 noon, week days. Byrd St. Through. 4:00 P. M., week duys. Byrd St. Fred? orlcksburg accommodation. 6:0(i P. ai., daily, Main St. Through. 6:25 P. M., week daye. Elba. Aahland ao conimodatlon. 8:05 P. M.. dally, Byrd St. Through. 11:10 P. M., -week days. Elton. Ashland ao eoinniodation. Trains Arrivo Richmond?Southward. 6:40 A. M., week days, Elba. Aahland ac coininodatlon. 8:00 A. M., dally, Byrd St. Through. 8:26 A. M., week days. Byrd St.. Frtd erlcksburg accommodation. 12:0G P. M.. weelt days. Byrd St. Through. 2:05 ?, M,, dally, Main St, Through. 0:00 P. "M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac? commodation. 0:48 ?, M., dally, Byrd St. Through. 9:00 P. M., dally. Byrd Bt. Through. 10:25 P. M? dally. Main St. Through. U:0O P, M., week days. Elba. Ashland ao nommoeltttlon. Note?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cars on all trains ixcont locnl nocommodatlons. Vf. ?.????,a w.culp.w. p.taylor, Oen'l Man'r. Ass't Qen'l Man'r. Traf. Man'r TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAI.LY BVHD-STREET STATION. 8:30 A. M. To all pulii ts South. 9:00 ?? ??. Petersburg and Norfolk. 12:2!) P. M. Petersburg and ?. & Vf. West. 3:00 P. M. Petersburg und Norfolk. tt:l0 P. M. Ooldsboro Local. 6:50 P. M. Petersburg local. ??:d? P. M. To points South. 9::? P. M. Petersburg and N. & Vf. West, 11:30 P. 111. Petersburg local. TRAINS ARRIVI?! RICHMOND. 4:07 A. M., 7:33 A. M., 8:26 A. M., except Sunday, 11:10 A. M.. 11:43 A. M? 2:00 P. ?. ?:? P. M.. 7:45 P. M., 8:45 ?, M. f Except Sunday. ? ?, CAMPRl?I.T,. Dlv. Pass. Agt. Vf, J. CRATC1. Gen. Pass. Agt. SEABOARD Am Line Railway TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. 2:20 P. M.~Beahoard Mull-10:3fi P. M. Seaboard Express?To Savaiinah. Jack? souvlllt), .Ml.iuia and Southwest. 9:10 A. M.?I-ocal?For Norllna and Ham? let. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY. 6:30 A. M.-No. 34-4:55 P. M.-No. tW Finir? Florida. Atlanta and Southwest, 6:30 P. ? ??.m, Norllna uiid local points. City Ticket Ol/ioo h30 Eaat Mali? SI>e*?t, 'l'ho?? W5. .