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l?M ?Mi OHE GEHT ? WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE Gash In Advance THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARGE Gash !n Advance GENT A WORD. fT\ HELP WANTED?FEMALE. .WANTED, PIANO PLAYERS; ACTIVE/ overy town, l'a., Va. and Vf. Va.; groat chanco to make hnndsomo Income. I?. C. 80RENSBN &. CO., 15 E. Columbia, Detroit, Mich. WANTED aoon COOK: ALSO HOI'SE MAIIJ. for niedluin-slzed family; mid dle-agcd Bottled womnn preferred; must bo competent nnd well recommended; good ?alary paid. Apply rear office S19 E. Main Btreet, WANTED. FEMALE STENOGRAPHER, nblo to Increase her Incorno hy using a machino 20 to 40 per cent. Rpeedler than the rest an.] on account of up-to-date features must turn out better work with less niftifal and physical effort. Address OLIVER STANDARD VISIBLE _y?'RITER, Richmond. _ " ^t??tG???'^??'t??^^????.?. WANTED. BY A YOUNG WOMAN OF education, a position a? stenographer; nn accurato and conscientious worker. Address Miss S.. 112 S. Third Street, city._ HELP WANTED?MALE." ?WANTED, AN E XP ERI KNCED PAI NT EH unii a BLACKSMITH nt once. Vf. C, SMITH, 311 N. Fifth Street. WANTED. CARRIAGE BLACKSMITH nnd PAINTER; good works to Rood men. W. C. SMITH, 314 N. Fifth Ht. .WANTED, DOUBLE-ENTRY ROOK KEEPER of Borne experience: ?talo sal? ary expected. Aildrcss "BROKER," care this office. WANTED, AN ASSISTANT REGISTER ' od DRIIC.OIST; single nnd sober; ser? vice? required at one??. KELLAM'S DItUO STORE. Capo Charles, Va. iWANTED, FIFTY BRICKLAYERS; NO strike; union men; ?.G-1 per day, 8 hrs. MASTER BRICKLAYERS' ASS'N., Worthing ton. P. C._ IWA?'i ED, FOUR GOOD rf?M?NT FIN^ LSIIER8. Vf, P. VEITCH, 214 South Sixth Street. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED P.OOK KBEPER to travel with tho Heck Car? nival Company, now at Bronil-Streot Park. Apply Mr. ARNOLD. Murphy's Hotel, between 4 arid 5 to-day. ACTIVE AGENTS", INTRODUCE QUIC?*", seller, Ph., Va. nnd W. Vn.; no compe? tition; cnHh prizes given to customers; nothing llko It on earth. L. C. SORENi SEN & CO., 15 E. Columbia, Detroit, Mich. .WANTED. AT ONCE, AN EXPERI enced lace and embroidery man; Rood opportunity a?? salary to the right man. Address, with references. "The I-argest Store South nf the Ohio." LOVEMAN, JOSEPH & LOEB, Birmingham, Ala. (WANTED. DRUG " CLERK WHO wishes to be kept busy; registered, as? sistant registered, or reasonable exper? ience ln city drug Rtore; permanent flaco for tho right man. Address, stat ng experience, habits and references. A. G. BOND31HRK. Richmond, Va,_ "WANTED. A YOUNG MANATO COM menee as salesman ami collector end learn management of Installment busi? ness; good, permanent position nnd steady work. Address COMMENCE, earn , this office. ? O I I? E R 8MAKERS WANTED FOR rnllrond shops out of Uiwn; must be able-bodied and experienced mo"h; trans? portation free. Call between Is A. M. and 7 P. M. Gladstone Hotel, Room d, at South Soventh Street and East Cary Street. Apply to JOHN P. WALLACE. ?WANTED. AT ONCE, A REGISTERED or assistant registered DRUGGIST; must he thoroughly reliable, single, so? ber and energetic: good references and character. Address PHARMACIST, Box ?72, Lynchburg, Va. FOR RENT. THREE VERY DESIRABLE Newly arranged and papered, on the THIRD FLOOR of the TIMES DISPATCH BUILDING, Light, heat and Janitor servios. For price and particulars apply to the TIMES-DISPATCH office. Only three left. COR RENT, STYLISH NEW BRICK DWELLING, Fifth near Main Street. NO. Ill S. FIFTH STREET: 7 Rooms. NO. 311 N. TWENTY-NINTH STREET; l Rooms. BUTTON & CO., Tenth and Bank Stroets. COR RENT, 830 WEST GRACE STREET; 11 ROOMS; Brown Stone Front. J. D. CARNEAD & SON, 1106 13. Main Stroet MEETINGS. ALL ALUMNAE OF THE ALBEMARLE FEMALE INSTITUTE and tho RAW LINOS INSTITUTE, who wish to at? tend t.ho aiuiunl luncheon to bo given at The Hotel Gleason, JUNE 1st, at 3 o'clock, are requested to send In their names promptly to Miss KENDALL, Rowlings Institute, Charlottesvllle, Va. ^ s??mImer^Fsorts. ???.??" '.'.'"'""'." THE HEBGHTS (In Heart of Vlr?lnla Mountains). Magnificent building; electric lights; ftoum heat; ideal rooms; suites with ath. Experienced hotol manager: repu ation for fine table; Illustrated folder; Seasonable rutes; opene Juno 16th. G11? IEIOUT3, Buena Vista, Va. M. 1 . fuhon, manager. Till Juno 10 h.at IH outli Blxteoiith Btreet, Philadelphia. Pa. HOTEL BEL AIR. NEWCASTLE, VA. OPENS JUNE 1ST, Under Now Management. Beautiful hotol, with every conveni? ence and flrst-clnss cooking. Muslo and dancing every evening. For terms ad dn-SH ?MRS. HORACE WELLFORD JONES. VIRGINIA HOT !%PRINGS. The Homestead Hotel. ?Will make special rates from June 15lh :o August ltjlli to parties staying one nonth or longer. Amusements?Golf Inks unii club-house, temila and Squash lOiirtH, swimming pool, fino suddle horses md llvory, caulno for dancing, Royal ?olnclana Orchestra. Table unexcelled! S supplied with fresh vegetables and milk 'rom Homestead garden and dairy. O. G. M'LAUGHLIN will bo at the Jeffer >on May 20th and L'ita to show room plans, vive tenis, etc. FRED BTERRV, Manager. PEABODY COLLEGE SUMMER SOHOOLS, Nashville, Term., June 1-July 20, 1903. Tho Southern Rullwuy announces one fare, plus 25 cents, from all points to Nashvillo and return. Tickets on sale ??ay ?1st, June 1st, 2d, 19th, 20th, 21st, July 3.1, 4th and Otti; limited n?teon days ?rtim ?luto ot ualo. HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED, 5. ABLE-BODIED WHITE MEN for work In boiler ?hop; experi? enced men preferred. Apply to J. T. GOODWIN, Foreman. American Loco? motive Co., Richmond, Va. MEN WANTED TO ADVERTISE A school of muslo nn?? obtain new schol? ars; (115 E. Main; very good proposition to right men. AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS WANTED IN THIS TERRI tory to sell tho Underwriters' Fire Ex? tinguisher; "Examined under the stand? ard of the National Board of Underwrit? ers by tho National Flro Protective As? sociation and approved lor ubo;" our success means success for our ngents; quick sales; largo profits and a perma? nent business can bo eecured. KNIGHT ? THOMAS, 31 C'/.itral Street, Boston, Mass. FOR BENT. FOR DENT-FOR SUMMER, NEW FUR. nished HOUSE; pure water, shnde; short walk from electric car; low rent. Ad? dress AVEST END. Station A. city. HOTEL ROR RENT IN VALLEY OF Virginia. Suitable for Summer HOARD ers or transient trade; brick building; all conveniences; some furniture; rent low. Address P. O. Box 207. Waynes WANTED. TENANT FOR THE KAN doipl? residence, corner of Sixth and Grace Streets; twelve rooms. Apply to PRESBYTERIAN COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION, No. 12 Governor St. COOL, QUIET, FURNISHED ROOMS, with private baths; central location, near shopping district, Fifth Avenuo, Waldorf-Astoria and other hotels; also all surface and elevated car lines. Tele? phone. Special summer rates. Address PROPRIETOR, 72 Madison Avenuo, New York. FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR LEASE-WEEKLY No?vnpaper; well patronized. Address OPPORTUNITY, care this office. FOR SALE-FINE THOROUGHBRED Jersey BULL, three years old; splendid animal. Apply to J. W. IVEY, 1707 E. Franklin Street. BUILDING MATERIAL FOR SALE Matcrlal of building soon to be de? molished at southeast corner Tenth and Main. J. E. <_ A. L. PENNOCK, 812 East Main Street. LIBRARY FOR SALE.? THE FOLLOW Ing valuable books from tho library ol the lato Dr. F. M. Miller are for salo: 1. Library of the World's Best Litera? ture, edited by Charle? Dudley Warner: brand no?v and unused; 30 vols., half Morocco; price, Jfxi, 2. Americanize^ En? cyclopaedia Brit?nica, revleed; half Morocco, almost now. 10 vols.; J15. 3. History of tho World. Rldpath: half Morocco, fine new edition, 4 vols.; JS. 4. Library of Universal History, Moses C. Tyler, new; cloth. 8 vols.; I?. 6. Ameri? can Encyclopaedic Dictionary, revised; half Morocco, 4 vols.; ?10. 6. Webster's Encyclopaedic Dictionary, revised to date; Leather, 1 vol., 2050 pp. (now): ?5. 7. Bulwcr'H Works, cloth, 9 vols; ia. 8. Library of Choice Literature, edited by librarian of Congress, cloth, 8 vols.; M. 9. The Condensed American Cyclo? paedia, clotlj, 4 vols.; price. $4. ?a Shakespeare, nn art edltUm, edited by Charles and Mary Lamb, Morocco, 1 vol. (new); J2. 11. Hla tory of U. C.Les ter. cloth.? 2 vols.; ?1. Address R. I_ ' CECIL, 60S East Grace Street. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. GINSENG?THE PLANT WITH WHICH to coin gold; limited amount of treasury stock In large Ginseng Farm; pays fifty thousand (loO.OOO) per acre every year. A card will bring booklet. Box No. 682, Richmond, Va, SUMMER RESORT8. ROCKBRIDOE ALUM SPRING'S. VA? Celebrated for WONDERFUL cures of Dyspepsia, Stomach Troubles, Hemor? rhoids of Kidney, Scrofula. Eczema and Consumption. High altitude (2,000 feet); free from fogs; beautiful drives and walks; magnificent Golf Links, Tennis Courts, splendid table, capacity 800. Open Juno 1st. Write JAMES A. FRA ZlER for Illustrated booklot. "THE CHILDREN'S PARADISE." Mothers have no cause to worry at the MYLES STANDISH SPRING HOTEL, SOUTH DUXBURY. MASS. Seaside and country combined in historic Plymouth county. A long vacation?June 20 to September IB. L. BOYER'S SONS, Owners, WILLARD WILSON, Manager. Hotel Chamberlin,01d ^ngfci_i?amiorfc' Most magnificently situated'and comforta? bly furnished hotel on Atlantlo coast. Summer Rates, June to Oct., 13 per day up. Special Weekly Rates. Orchestra, boat? ing, bathing, sailing, fishing, tennis, golf. Largest military post In the country. Ren? dezvous of North Atlantic Squadron. New management, 1003. Booklets oan be had at offices C. & O. Ry. GEO. F. ADAMS, Mgr. OUT ON THE COOL OCEAN, OFF MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SBA. THE WINNEEGAN, BAKER ISLAND, MASS. For booklet and Information address HENRY Vf. MORSE, Prop., Salem, Mass. Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs, VIA 8ALEM. VA., OPENS JUNE 1ST. Elovatlon 2,200 feet. Sulphur. Chalybeate and Freestone Water; large lawn, plenty of shade; ball-room and muslo; resident physician. Terms?Reasonable. Write for descrip? tive pamphlet, analysts of water, eto. Mrs. KIDDBft M. HITE, Agt., 1200 Grovu Ave,, Rl_tmiond, or T. C. CHAPMAN, Prop. Catawba, Va? 9 WASHINGTON COUNTY. MD. Overlooking Cumberland and Shenan? doah Valleys; elevation 1,600 feet; no mos? quitoes; pure mountain spring water: supplies from our own farms: cuisine and service unexcollod; porcelain baths; vestl lmli'd trains service. This magnificent mountain resort will open for season of 1903 on JUNE 16TH. For Information re? garding reservation of rooms, rates, &c, apply to or address PETER S. FLYNN. Manager 215 E, Baltimore Bt? W. M. R. R. Bldg. BALTIMORE, MD. " ROYAL MUSKOKA " .?.HIGHLANDS OF ONTARIO.?. The romantlo and beautiful situation of the new "Royal Muskoka" Hotel, located In the heart of tho most magnificent sum? mer resort district ln America, Inspire an? ticipations of tho most pleasant sort. Every comfort und luxury that modern civilization has given us is found In this great hotol, which oan aocommodate 850 poople. Publlo and prlvnte baths on each floor. All rooms are outside, single or en suite; hot and cold water ln each room; electric light and bolls;,open Are places, eto, Sanitation arrangertients most Jmod? ern. Cuisine of the highest order of exr cellenco. Among tho amusements are a beautiful Bathing Beach, Tennis Grounds, Golf, Bowling Alley, Croquet, Bowling Green, Recreation and Billiard rooms and many enjoyable water tripe. Direct telegraph service with the hotel, About six hours Journey north of Toronto; excel? lent transportation service. Illustrated descriptivo literature giving all particulars regarding routes and rut??, etc., oan be had on application to G. T. ?E-__, G. P. & ?. ?., Grand Trunk Ry. ??y.?tem, Moutreal ? FOR RENT?SUMMER RESORTS. THE GREENWOOD HOUSE. GREEN wood, Va., on Blue Ridge Mountains; region noted for scenery, hoalthfulness, water, fruit; reduced rates. Christian management. Send for circular. FOR RENT-LARGE EIGHT-ROOM COTTAGE, with or without hoard, or kitchen, on Blue Rldgo Mountains; near? est mountain rcRort to Richmond. DIN WIDDLE BROS., Greenwood. Va. WANTED. WANTED. TO BUY FEATHER BEDS In Richmond nnd Petersburg for cash. Address CASPER BROS., 218 S. Laurel Street. WANTED, HORSES FOR PASTURAGE, price ?5 per month, Address DARNEY, Jamestown, Va. WANTED, TO BUY HOUSEHOLD EF fects, Deather Deds, Merchandise; stato quantity. Dox 177. SUMMER BOARDERS WANTED. SUMMER BOA RDEHS WANTED AT ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND TONIC SPRINGS; healthy location; ?valor de? lightful; cures Indigestion, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Teething Dables; pa? villon dances. Terms reasonable; spring near lodging. J. IL HARRIS. Burko vlllo. ROOM8 FOR RENT. WANTED. OCCUPANTS FOR THREE nice ROOMS, centrally located; access to bath. Apply at 603 N. Fourth Street. FOR RENT?TO YOUNG MAN. COOL, comfortablo furnished ROOM, with southern exposure, ono squaro of car line; board if desired; In private family, Barton Heights. Address A. J., P. O. B. 291._ LOST. LOST?? -TWBEN TENTH ??? Eighth Streets on Broad, about 10:10 o'clock Tuesday morning, a small open face Sliver WATCH, with gold strfpes across the back. Reward for returning I same to Miss LIZZIE ROLPH, No. 7 Bellevue Flats, city. LOST?EITHER ON A LAUREI.-STREET car, or between Fifth and Broad and Grace Street, an EAR TRUMPET. The finder will be suitably rewarded If re? turned to 808 Vf. Graco Street. LOST-ON 'TUESDAY EVENING, ? spring light OVERCOAT, between Third and Grace and Dill's Farm, on C. & O. Rwy. Reward If returned to 223 E Graco Street. BICYCLES, AC. JOE. JOE, THE BICYCLE MAN-AL ways something doing ln lowest prlceB, largest stock, best workmanship; every? thing up-to-date ? ln Bicycles, etc. BICKERSTAFF'S?Ono Store-1803 East Main. LADIE8' COLUMN. KAEMPF'S CANDIES ARE MAKING friends evory day. Are you one of them? BETTER THAN DOCTORS AND MEDI clnes?DANIELS* method of deep breathing and phyalcal culture. It costs nothing to Investigate; 627 East Broad. ONE MINUTE, PLEASE?WHEN YOU buy Candles are the?' always pure and fresh? Try KAEMPF'S and see how you will be pleased. BARGAINS. BARGAINS IN SUMMER HARDWARB Extra heavy, large size Lawn Swings, W.60; Lawn Settees, painted in red or green, 75 cts. each. MOUNTCASTLE HARDWARE CO., 8 East Broad Street SUMMER RESORTS. HOTEL GRACE, - Clarksvllie, Va. Will make special rates from June 1st to parties seeking Health, Rest nnd Pleas? ure. Magee's Chlorinated Llthla Water free to all guests, Good boating, line drives^ etc. An Ideal spot to spend the summer. For terms, etc., address R. H. EASLEY, Propa, ? Clarksvllie, Va. NOI ICE. Richmond, Va., May 15, 11)03. We have this day sold to Mr. GEORGE A. GIBSON the good will and agencies of the fire Insurance business conducted by us for the past thirty years. Mr. Gibson has had extended experience ln tho Insur? ance business generally, and ls most cor? dially commended as our successor to all of our patrons. T. G. PEYTON & SON. Referring to the above announcement I? beg to assure my frlonds, as well as the patrons of the old firm of T. G. PEYTON & SON, that all business entrusted to me will have prompt and careful attention, and I respectfully solicit their orders. I will have ln my agency the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., The Scottish Union & National Insurance Co., The St. Paul Flro & Marino Insurance Co., and the General Agency of the Mary? land Casualty Company. With these leading companies I am able to offer the very best facilities for the transaction of fire and casualty Insurance. GEO. A. GIBSON. No. 1 North Tenth Street SEALED PROPOSALS. BIDS FOR COAL. Western State Hospital, Staunton, Va., May 16. 1003. SEALED BIDS TO FURNISH THIS Hospital with Threo Thousand (8,000) Tons of BEST STEAM COAL will bo re? ceived at my office up to 12 o'clock M. on JUNE 1st next. Each bidder must furnish an analysis of the coal he pro? poses to deliver, and must also stata what fiercentago of lump he will guarantou ? be contained In the coal he contrada to deliver. The coal to be dumped from a trestle Inside of the Hospital coal-shed on the C. & O. Railway siding on the Hospital grounds, and to be aald for at 2,240 pounds to the ton by railway weights tai.en at Staupton, Delivery to begin as early as practicable after the award of the contract, and to continue at the rato of 160 tons or moro per ?veek, subject to the order of the Steward of the Hospital. Envelopes containing bids must be marked 'Bids for Coal" and ad di eased to the undersigned. The right Is reserved to reject nny and all bids. Terms?Cash at the end of every thirty days for tho amount of coal delivered during such period. ? C. MILLER. Steward. May 16-6t PROPOSALS FOR FRAME DORMITORY AND STEAM HEATING PLANT. De? partment of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C., April 29, 1003: Seaied Proposals, endorsed "Proposals for Dormitory, etc,, Cherokoe School, N. ('.," and addressed to tho Commissioner of Indian Affairs, wlll.be received at the Indian Office until 2 o'clock P. M. WED? NESDAY, May 27, 1803. for furnishing tho necessary materials and labor required to construct and complete a frame dormi? tory, with a steam Heating plant, at tho Cherokee School, N, C, In strict accord? ance with the plans and specifications and Instructions to bidders, which may be examined at this office, tho offices of the Journal'and Tribune, KnoxvUle, Tenu.; the Register, Ashovil,e. N, C.? The Times? Dispatch, Richmond, Va.; the American, Baltimore, Md.j the Builders and Trad? ers' Exchanges at Omaha. Neb.. Milwau? kee, Wls., and St. Paul, Mlnn.? the North? western Manufacturers' Association, St. Paul, Minn.; the U. 8. Indian Warehouses, 2C5 South Canal St.. Chicago. 111.. 815 How? ard St., Omaha, Neb., and 119 Wooster St., New York City, and at the school. For further Information apply to Henry W, Spray, Superintendant, Cherokee, N, p. A. C Temici?. AcUhiv -oimiiliia?o.Ui_? BUSINESS WANTS. ?,??? ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR next ten days at 5c. R. B. BRAUER, successor to F. L. Brauer & Bro. WANT ED-WE TAKE YOUR OLD Watches In part payment on elegant new Wntchcs. JAHNKE BROS.. Watch? makers and Jewelers, 912 East Main. WAXENE, THE ONLY DURABLE door polish. TANNER PAINT & OIL CO., 1419 East Mala Street. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF REFRIO erator repairing, ami have pkllled work? men for that purpose. .MOUNTCASTLE ?t CO., 3 East Broad Street. 'Phono 608. DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD books, pamphlets, papers, etc., I buy them. D. H. HEY. 733 East Cary. WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE and varied line of Watches In tho city, and tnke pleasure In showing thoin. JAHNKE BROS., \Vntchmokere and Jowolers, ?12 East Main. ID BEAUTIFUL NEW DESIGNS IN light and dark colors, at 5c. a roll; S yards long; any quantity! sldewall, border and celling to match. Samples mailed niiywhcro. R. I!. BRAUER, successor to F. I?. Brauer & Bro., 208 North Fifth Street. $3.50 WARRANTED DREW SHOE. IF tho sole don't wear throo months, will half-solo them free, or If the vamps break through beforo tho first sole mears out, will give you a new pair In? stead. DREWS ELECTRIC POWER SHOE FACTORY. 71G East Main. MISCELLANEOUS. IF IT'S WALL PAPER YOU'RE LOOK lng for and want tne best at satisfac? tory prices ??all and sue us. F. L. BRAUER & BROTHER, 20S-210 North Fifth. DONT DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU see us. F. L. BRAUER & BROTHER. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. TBE VIRGINIA LEATHER COMPANY. Richmond, are the oniy man? ufacturers of Oak Tanned Belting and Raw-Hide Lace Leather In the State. Repair work neatly done. TO BE AN ACTOR OR ACTRESS TAKE the shortest road to the stage via DAN? IELS' SCHOOL OP ACTING; most .complete school ln the South; private theatre In connection: G27 Earst Broad. HARRY MADE PEACH WITH HIS motner-In-law bv taking her to DOYLE'S CAFE, where they serve the best drinks ln city to ladles und gents. Seventh and Broad. SEND 2?C. ? FOR A SAMPLE BOX OF KAEMPF'S Candies, prepaid; HO North Ninth Street, Richmond, Va. 6,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER FOR next ten days at 5c. R B. J3RAUER, successor to F. L Brauer & Bro. WE HAVE A HANDSOME LINE OF Bath-room Fixtures, Soap Stands, Sponge Holders, Tootbrush Holders* Comb and Brush Trays, eto. MOUNT? CASTLE & CO., 3 East Broad Streot 'Phono 60S. FLOOR STAINS. FLOOR STAINS. ALL SHADES. TAN? NER PAINT & OIL CO.. 1419 East Main Street, OXFORD SHOE? LADIES' FINE OXFORD TIES AT $1.00. ALBERT STEIN, corner Fifth and Broad Streets. PRESERVING JARS. MASON'S PRESERVING JARS, ONE quart size, GO cts. dozen; two quart size, 75 cts. MOUNTCASTLE HARDWARE CO., 8 East Broad Street, 8EALED PROPOSALS. Office of City Engineer, Richmond, Va.. May 19. 1903. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RB celved at thie office until 6 P. M THURSDAY, May 21, 1903. for BUILD? ING GRANOLITHIC STEPS at Taylor's ??11. Full Information to bidders can be had upon application at this office. A certified check for $2(30 must accom? pany each bid as a guaranty for execu? tion of contract. The Commltteo on Grounds and Build? ings reserve tho right to reject any and all bids offered. . W. E. CUTSHAW, May20-lt City Engineer. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office of City Engineer, Richmond. Vn., May 18, 1903. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE celved at tlds offloe until THURSDAY, May 21, 1903, at 6 P. M? for tho follow? ing work at tho now City Jail: IRON STAVES TO BAKE OVEN. GALVANIZED IRON SCREENS 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 D?RON CHAMBERS FOR INTAKE OF AIR WIRE SCREENS IN WINDOWS. ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AVITI! MO? TOR. Full Information to bidders can be had upon application at this office. A oertlilou uhock for $250 must accom? pany each bid as a guaranty for execu? tion of contract. Tho Committee on Grounds and Build? ings reservo the right to reject any and all blda offered and to award the con? tract as a wholo or In soparato parts. W. 15. CUTSHAW. May 16-tds_City Engineer. LEGAL NOTICE. Prince George county. Va., March 31, 1903. To the Register of the Land Offloe. Rich? mond, Vu, : This is to certify that at an Inquisition held the 20th day of May, ltX?. at the Courthouse of said county beforo me, Alex It. Hobbs, Eschoator for tho said county, there was found: 1st, That ono traot of land escheated; 2d. That tho reputed quantity In said traot is elghty-llvo and one-fourth (85(4) acrea: 8d. That Bald traot lies within tho county of Prince Oeorge, Va. | 4th. That John Staples dtod selzeid and possessed of said tract of land, whence It escheated. ?????? Given under my hand and eeal this ? day of April. IPW. , T TW -. ??t>?a (Seal) ALEX. R. HOBBS, Eschoator for the county of Prince George, Va. State of Virginia, city of Richmond? To-wlf. I, O, Lee Moore, a notary publlo for the olty aforesaid, ln the Stato of Virginia, do certify that Alex R. Hobbst, whose name is signed to tho writing above, has acknowledged the same beforo me. Given under my hand this 8Ui day of April, 1903. C. LEE MOORE. Notary Publio. My term of office expires cm fifth duy of January, 1907. _ -May l'-lawtlt ADM?NISTRAY-OR'? NOTICt?T" Muiichestor, Va., May 18, 19?3, Leading Building. HAVING QUALIFIED AS CURATOR OF the estate of the lato L H. CLEMENTS, tlds Is to give mitico to ull parties in? debted to tlio estate to como forward and settle their accounts, and all partlbs having, claims ugalnst the estate will jiler.no present them ut once far settle me"U ? ? " . 03KV* ? '/ - PERSONALS. SCOTCH KISSES, HOME-MADE CARA mois, and a hundred other Candles at KAEMPF'S, 110 N. Ninth Stroet, Rich? mond, Va. WHY BUY A NEW REFRIGERATOR when wo can make ynur old one ns good ns new. MOUNTCASTLE & CO.. 3 IS. Broad Streot. 'Phono 600. MRS. MAS.SON, THE FAMOUS LONDON Palmist, may be consulted dally at 703 Wost Clay Street by those desiring a careful, conscientious and sclentlfip hand reading. / WRITE FOR OUR PRICE LIST OF Oak Tanned Delling and Raw-Hid? Lace Leather. The only manufacturers In the Stato. Repair work neatly done. THE VIRGINIA LEATHER CO.. Rich? mond. KILL ' EM?BED DUGS, ROACHES, Moths, etc. REEVES' Insect Extermi? nator doet? the work quickly. Pro pared by V. Vf. KOENIO, 427 N. Sixth. LADIES' CHESTS AND BUSTS DEVEL oped (no massage); results positively guaranteed; best city refor?tico; lady al? ways In attondance. DANIELS' BCHOOL PHYSICAL CULTURE, 627 East Broad. HAVfl YOU TRIED DOYLE'S DEVILED Crabs? The host you ever tasted. DOYLE'S LADIES' & GENTS' CAFE, corner Seventh and Broad. I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE TO IN crease the chest expansion of any lady or gentleman to ? Inches In 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. AWNINQS AND TENTS. OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST; 'phono 2670 and wo will Sali. M. G, COPELAND CO., 108 North Ninth St. ????-eG??^???^^?^^????t???. blank books made to order, Mngazlnes bound, lettering on 3lbles, Hymnals, etc. ?. B. ADKINS & CO., 6 Governor Streot. AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS. WB MAKE ???3 BEST AWNINGS* Tent? and Flags. 'Phone 2442 and wo will call and give estimates. J, ROSS JONES & BRO? 902 East Broad. CAKES AND JELLY ROLLS. CAKES AND JELLY ROLLS, SPE clals, 3-pound for 25c; 25c. Layer Cakes ?0c. Our 25c. Pound Cakes are delicious. Soven kinds of Cakes 15c, each. DRINKARD'B. 423 J?2 North Sixth St. BELTING AND LACE LEATHER. ; BEST OAK TANNED BELTING AND Rawhide Laco Leather. THE VIRGINIA j LEATHER CO.. Richmond, the only ? manufacturers ln the State. Repair . work neatly done._ BREAD. TRY THE PULLMAN LOAF. THE JEF fereon and other prominent clubs, ho? tels, etc., use it: also Home-made ? French, Vienna and German Rye ?????, ? Cakes and Plea made by MUELLER'S NEW YORK BAKERY, No. 410 West Broad; 'phono 2589: freo delivery. BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES. NEW AND SECOND-HAND BICYCLES, sundries at lowest prices; tires guaran? teed not to puncture, from JI to $4; re? pairing a specialty. VAUGHN'S, 618 E, Main Street. EXCURSIONS. EXCURSIONS?JAMESTOWN ISLAND con be rented for excursions. For terms, ote, apply to L. J. BARNEY, Meadow vllle. Va, RAILROADS, RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG ELECTRIC RAILWAT. Beginning April 1st, 1902, Cars leave corner Perry and Seventh Streets. Manchester, every hour (on the hour) from 6 A. M. to 10 P. M., last car U:60 P. M. Curs leave Petersburg, foot of Syca? more Streot, every hour from 6:80 A. _I. to 10:30 P. M. FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL EXCURSIONS. 60 CENTS-ROUND TRIP-60 CENTS, STEAMBOATS. Clyde Sieamshio Co.'s PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM? SHIP UNE. Appointed sailing days: Every TUESDAY. FRIDAY and SUNDAY, at daylight. Freight received daily till 6 P.M. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY JAMES RIVER DAY LINE. Steamer POOAHONTAS loaves MON? DAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 7 A. M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point, Newport News, Claromont and James River landings, and connecting at Old Point for Washington, Baltimore and the North. Stato-rooms reserved for tho night at moderate prices. Eleotrlo cars direct to wharf. Faro only $1.00 and $1 to Norfolk. Muslo by Grand Orchestrion. Freight received for abovo-named places and all points in Eastern Virginia and North Carolina. IRVIN WElSlGER. General Manager, B. A. Barber, Jr., Secretary. Transportation Company. Steamship Line. Direct Bouto to Boston, Mass., and Providence, R, I. Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues For eta on salo at C, <_ O. Ry. and N. & Vf. Ry. offices and No. 819 Bust Main Stroet. R. l? WRIGHT. Agt. Norfolk, Vo. BAY LINE TO ???/????? Via 0. - 0. Hwy, aad Old l'utut. U. ? MAIL ROUTE. l.i'iiYu ltlebuiuiid vlu O. & ti. dally exi'otit Miiiuliiy, nt -1 l'. M., con? necting ut Olii Point with MiL'jiuit-r nf Old Uny Mui), luitrUig 7:1!. _, M., srrivlutr llulttiiim. 11:110 A. M., connecting North, -ant and Went.' Tor tlt-titu und liiliiriniiiliui upply to ?. ,- O. Itwy., ItlcU innnil Tunisie!? Cuuipuiiy, or s fill Knut Main St. American Line. NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON Suiting Wednesauya at il A. M. Ne?v York, May 27. Bt. Paul, Jim? 10. Philadelphia, Juno 8. New York, Juno 17. Red Star Line. NEW YORK-ANTWERP?PARia Hailing Saturday at 10 A. M. Finland, May 28. ICroonland, June 6. Vaderlund, May 80. _eelu>td, June 13. Piers 11 and 15. North River. Office. 73 Broad?vny, f?. Y. Vf. ?. PALMER <_ CO.. The Valentine Museum ,??'-H AND CLAY STR1I PEN 10 A. M. TO 6 P. ? ADMISI?N, ??C. -?'iU-?l ?t? SATURDAY* FISH, FRUITS, ICE, ETC._ FRESH EVERY DAY-FINEST FISH. Crabs, Fruits, etc.; Ice ln any quantity. 'Phone (237S) orders delivered quickly, E. C. WHITE. G12 East Marshall. FOR SALE?BARGAINS, KEEP MONEY IN CIRCULATION AT homo by using the VIRGINIA LEATH? ER CO.'S Oak Tnnned Belting and Raw llldo Lace Leather of Richmond. Tho only manufacturers ln the State. Satis? faction guaranteed. GENTS' COLUMN. BEFORE ORDERING THAT NEW SUIT come and see the nice osiortmont at ? Sixth and Main. Suits. $1?? up: Trousers, J5 Up. RICHMOND TAILORING CO., Chas. A. Spende. Manager. HOT WATER HEATER. YOU CAN GET DOUBLE THE QUANT Ity of hot water from the samo flro ' by using tho COSBY SMOKE PIPE I?OT WATER HEATER. Call and see It. 423 West Broad Street. ICE-CREAM. ICE C? 13A.M. Jl PER. GALLON. FRUITS, Cakos, Delicacies at bottom prices. 'Phone 2253; WINSTON'S. 5iI7 Brook Ave. RUNABOUTS AND WAGONS. FOR NEW AND SECOND HAND RUN. nbouts. Wagons, Phaetons, Surreys, Day tons, come to see me. W, C. SMITH, No. 314 North Fifth Btreet. DYEING AND CLEANING. LADIES' AND GENTS' CLOTHING thoroughly cleaned and pressed. THE MODEL DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS, 412 W. Broad Streot. 'Phono gflOa,_ PRINTING. CHEAPEST PRINTING HOUSE IN Richmond; work strictly flrst-clas and up-to-dato. Telephone 8341 If you have any doubts, nnd wo will convinco you that wo can save you money. This af? fects your, pocket-book, so keop us ln mind. HARRIS PRINTING CO., 1S03 East Franklin Streot. HAND-MADE SHOES. VICI. PATENT LEATHER OR KID Bhoes made to ordor; hand stitched; best material; workmanship and perfect fit guaranteed, for $3.50. BALTIMORE SHOE HOUSE, 1719 East Main. NOTICE. MRS. F, R. FAIRLAMB'S' COTTAGE AT Wllloughby Bench will bo opened 1st of June. For particulars address 1113 Brook Road, until the 25th of May. SUITS TO ORDER. 'BVEIRY STITCH MADE IN RICH? mend." Nice assortment of Suits, $15 up. Trousers, $5 up. RICHMOND TAI? LORING CO., Sixth and Main. Charles A. Spenco, Manager. LAWN MOWER3. LAWN MOWERS 8HAHPENED AND repaired at BLENNEIVS, 810 N. Fifth Street. SPECIAL PRICES. SANITARY TOILET PAPER, SPECIAL price, 7 rolls for 2G ots. MOUNTCAS? TLE HARDWARE CO.. 3 E. Broad St. STORAGE ROOM. FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE room apply to Richardson & Chap pell. No. 501 West Main Street (Beivi? dere Building). SPECIAL NOTICE. LADIES DINING-ROOMS AT DOYLE'S Cafe (corner Broad and Seventh), whore best drinks ln city served to ladles and gents. MEN'S SHOES HALF SOLED, 750.( ladles, GOo.; rostitched, no nails, no pegs, best leather. DRAW'S ELECTRIO POWER SHOE FACTORY, 710 E. Main Street. 'Phono 2G07. Will call and de? liver. This advertisement good for 10c UPHOLSTERING. C. C. LEVY. NO. 644 BROOK AVENUE, Upholsterer and Mattress maker. Old Hair Mattress made good as now, 1 pack ami ship furniture; also mako Cushion and Slip Covers to order. 'Phono 1030. HmHH ?ACOB UMLAUF, 708 W. MAIN ST, We do ?til kinds of upholstery) mako nloe Hair Mattrossee to order; mako over Hair MattresseH like new; pack and ship Furniture, China, oto,; out and mako Slip Covers. Prices always right, Bell 'phone 8292. WARM WEATHER NECESSITIES. WE. HAVE A LARGE LINE OF WATER Coolers, Ico Cream Freeaers and Garden Hose at a vory low price. MOUNTCAS? TLE & CO., 3 E. Broad St, 'Phone 606. Times Dispatch f,y 300,000 Headers Daily, Just 'phono Daniels ('phone 38). He will call, write youf Ads., aud use every effort to further your interests. RAILROAD8. R? O D Richmond, Frederick? a li ?? G? burg ?St Potomac R. R Trains Leave Richmond?Northward. 4:16 ?. ?., dally. Byrd St. Through. 6:45 A. M., daily. Main St. Through. 7:16 A. M., week days. Elba, Ashland ac? commodation. S;0O A. ?I., Sunday only. Byrd St, Through. ?);40 A. M? week days. Bryd St. Through. 12:05 noon, week days. Byrd St. Through. 4:00 P, M? week days, Byrd St. Fred erlcksburg accommodation. 6:06 P. M.. dally, Main St. Through. ?:2d P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac? commodation. 8:05 P. M? daily, Byrd St. Through. 11:10 P. M,, week days. Elba. Ashland oc commodation. Trains Arriva Richmond?Southward. 6:40 A. M., weok 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, 2:05 P. hi., dally, Main St. Through. 0:00 ?, M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac? commodation. 6:46 P. M., dally, Byrd St. Through. 9:00 P. M., dally. Byrd St. Through, 10:25 P. M.. dally. Main St. Through. 11:00 P, M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac? commodation. Noto?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Caro on all trains excopt local accommodations, W. D. DUKE, C. W. GULP. W. P. TAYLOR, Gen'l Man'r. Ass't Gen'l Man'r. Traf. Man'r TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DA1LY BYRD-STREET STATION. 8:30 A. M. To all points South. 9:00 A. M. Petersburg nnd Norfolk. 12:20 P. M. Petersburg and N. & Vf. West 8:00 P, M. Petersburg and Norfolk. t4:10 P. M. Ooldsboro Local. 6:56 P. M. Petersburg local. 6:50 P, M. To pointe South. 9:35 P. M. Petersburg and N. & Vf. West, 11:30 P. M. Petersburg- local. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. 4:07 A. M.. 7:35 A. M., 8:25 A. M., except Sunday, 11:10 A. M.. 11:42 A. M? 2:00 P, M? ?:? P. M., 7:45 P. M., 8:45 P. M. j Excont Sunday. O. 8. CAMPBELL, Div. Pass. Agt, Vf. Jf. CRAIG. Gen. Pass. Agt, SEABOARD Ant Line Railway? TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. 2:20 P. M.?Seaboard Mall-10:35 P. M. Seaboard Express?To Savannah, Jack? sonville, Atilinta and Southwest. 0:10 A. M.?Local?For Norllna and Ham? let. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY. 0:35 A. M.-No. 84?4:55 P. M.-No. ?C? From Fiorirla, Atlanta and Southwest. 6:80 P. M.?From Norllna and local points. City Ticket Office 830 East Mula Street 'Phone 403. STEAMBOAT8. Night Line for Norfolk Leave Richmond daily 'at 7 P. M., stopping; at Newport News in both directions. Dally except Sunday by C and O, Rail? way, 9:00 A. M.. 4 P. -M? 9 A. M. aud 3 P. M. by N. aud W. Railway; all lino? oo.tuieot at Norfolk with direct ?tetuneia for New .York, sailing dally except Sun? day, 7 P. M. Steamers sail from company's whacf ? (foot of Ash Streot) Rocketta. K. F, CHALKLEY, Cltv Tlolcot Agent, 3213 la Mala Streut. JOHN F. MAYER, Agaut, Wharf Foot of Ash Street, Richmond. Va. RAILROADS. & Ohio Ry. 2 Hours and 25 Minutes to Norfolk, LEAVE RICHMOND?KAflTBOUND. 7:45 ?. M.?Week iluyu?Local to Newport ????? und ?vuy stiitlone. 9:00 A. M.?Dully?Limited?ArrtT.?- WlUlami. tiurg 0:50 A II.. Newport Newa 10:80 A. M.. Old Point 11:00 A. M., Norfulk 11:_3 A. il. 4:00 1'. M.?Week day??Special?Arrive? Wll. llunmliurit -ISC P. M., Nmvnurt Novra 6:110 P. M? Old Point 0:00 P. M?, Ner.foU> 6:26 P. M. 6:00 P. M.?Dully?Local to Old Point. MAIN LINE?WESTBODN?7 10:10 A. M.?Week duya?Local to Clltton Forge aad way station?. 8:00 P. M.?Dally?Special to OtnclnnatL, IxjuIhvIIIc, .St. Loula and Chicago. 6:15 P. M.?We?): daya?Local to Doawell. 10:30 P. M.?Dully?Limited to Cluc-inaU, L.Dls?-llle, St. Louie and Clticaeo. JAMB RIVER UNE. 10:20 A. M.?Unlly?Exproas to Lync-burg, Clifton Porgo and principal stations. 6:16 P. M.?\Yee_ daye?Local to Bremo. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND FROM Norfolk and Old Point 10:05 A. M. dajly, 11:45 A. M. Er. Bun., and 0:30 P. M. dally, Newport Newa Local 7:20 P. VI. Ex. Han. Prom Cincinnati and Weat 8:15 Ah M. dally and 3:110 P. M. dully. Main Line Local from Clifton Porge 7:15 P. if. Ex. Bun. Doawell Accom. 8:35 A. M. Ex. Sun. Jaunis River Lino Locnl from Clifton Porga 0:85 P. M. dully. Bremo Accom. 8:40 A. M. Er. Sun. O. B. DOYLE, W. O. WAR-REN, Oen't Manager. Diet. Pasa. Alt? I SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APL. a6, 1903? TRAINS LEAVE UIOKWOND. 7:00 A. M.?Dally. Local for 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. 11:?? P. M.?Dally. Limited! Pullman ready 8:30 P. M? for all the South. YORK RIVER X-tf_. The favorite route to Baltimore and eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P. M. Dally, except Sunday. 6:00 A. M.?1-xcopt Sunduy. Local mixed for West Point. 2:15 P. M.-Local for West Point . 4:80 P. M.?Except Sunday. Por West Point, connecting with steamere for Bal? timore and river landings. _RA_NB ARKIVE RICHMOND. 6:5. A. M. and 11:25 P. M.?From all the South. 8:_5 P. M. S ?0 A.M.?From Keysvllle. 8:1.1 A. M.?Malumore and West Point. 4:50 P. M.-Froin West Point. C. II. ACKERT. S. H. HARDWICK, O. M. O. P. A, O. W. WESTPURY. D. P. A.? Richmond. Va. LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. ,:?? ?. ?.. NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar? rive? Norfolk 11 :M A. M. Stop? only at Pelei-bui?. WaVefly and Suffolk, 9:00 A. M.. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Buffet Parlor Car, Petersburg to Lynehburg and R-unoUe. Pullman Sleepera Roanc-? tu Columbus. Hlui-ti-id to Cincinnati: also P.tvanoke to Ktioxvtllo, and KnoxvUle ta Cliattunooira and Memphis. 12:M P. M.. ROANOKE EXPRESS for? Fit iiivlll?, Lynch-ill?* ?nd Roanoke. -:M P. M.70.BAN SHORE LLMITED, Arrlrea Nort?lk I?V) P. ?.JUm only ai _ eteraburg, Waverly ??nd Suffolk. Connect? 7ttb ely?nlen. lo lli.-??? Providence. Now ?rV, jtollbncTo and W__hl_*-ti_? i:W fvJM., for Norfolk and 7.11 suti.u ?Kuit of Peterob-r?. Ij? ??, ???? NEW ORLEANS SHORT LJNB. Ptillmiij? Sleeper. Richmond t* Lynehburg, Petersburg to Roanoke: LS'non&urg to Ch_tt_ni>oga. Memphis and NW Orleans. Car* DlnJiig C*r. Trains arrive from? the WM 7:SSA. _t. 3 p. M. and ? M P. Si.: (rom Norfolk 11:1. ?. M . ?:.. A. M end il-se P. M. Office N'o. ?3S East Main Street., W*. B. B?fiVHX. C. IL BOSLJ-Y. fit-? __IA_ Aia? :? J_U- -?_*?. -?i___*?.