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r ?j Ibt "Il MAN ABOUT TOWN i 11 By Harry Tucker, j out of port ATtTHtm. (By wireless" telephone, via tiio CHy Hall Tower.) PORT AHTltrn. July Dl.-AVo struolt two mines In rumini* lulo th?* clly. btlt Iticy WOl'o suited mid dldn t ainoiint lo Anybody says Hci and chop-souy nre _ihh|"|ii o"it all the timo innkos a tnlatnlio. We'd rather hnvc som o of Kirkwood s buttermilk and sweet potntne pi?, When wo went tn tho postofflce to :isK nt thc ????p?? delivery for our mall, wo fourni (.hat tho ?onerili was out trying to liwiti off the Jape. , , ??????? The only Renerai wo found wns General Humidity, and wc felt llko wearing ono of those three-dollar linen suits that wo woro to Beach Park last bui.)mer. and Bot ciiught In tho rain with. While wc wero standing at the delivery window trying to toll the clerk what wo wer.? there for In Russia a. shell hurst over our head and dented our tourist hat, Nnbodv pulii nny attention to tho shell. This surprised us, and wo asked the clerk ??-Jiy that was that. "Scatterewolaterkoff babbon zcr hog literovltchstopf tent zer kopporkettlo disloff," he replied. "Oh, that Is different," wo said, In very good English. , ,?? ' '% Among our mall was a letter front Har? ry Glenn. It read In part: "Having nothing to do, I will now write; having nothing to aay, I will now , Another lettor came from Secretary Mooro, of tho Olympia Club. He Invited us to spend a few days with the club at their camp thla summer. '?',?. , The other letters contained hills from various persons, nil of which wo placed on file, nfter making a d?termination to pay every one of them when our ship got home. .", ., Then a wireless cablegram from the office stated: <?. "Come home at once. We need you. They aro going to select a new Chief of Polke, and the presidential campaign Is on. Cut out the wur. XVo havo 'got to lick Teddy, or we'll have a war on our own hanus." if we could only got home, we'd come quick, but a Chinese junk Is not as sea? worthy as wo would like a boat to be, and we don't think we could get paasngo on the Siberian Railway just at this time. Wo. .have no automobile or roller skates nor any balloons, so wo can't seo how we are to cross the angry waves. , Nobodv wants to got ? way, from those awful shells and torpedoes and things an ? more than we do, but until Admiral? Ketohomlfgcncansky relieves Port Art.hur \\a expect to he bottled up just as tight ns Pnbsl's blue ribbon. "What are those streets all torn up like this for?" wo asked a policeman. "Rutskatsky gazoolorurnoskoff," he said. "Oh. an underground railway, chi" wo replied. Then wo understood that tholr besieged rllv was on the alert, and that feetllng that the inevitable result would he ocou ?Jitlon by thc Japs, they worn digging an underground passage far out Into the bay. When the. .laps come in the citizens will go oui luti? this underground and under? water passage, float tn the top and es *ap" by swimming away, while they are heilig searched for In the city. It'll take Hie japs a long- time tn got in. but when they do thoy will find the inhabitants among the missing. , If we can make our_i**capp, disguised as a. t'miiaman, on a junk, we will come .home at once. ?11. T. Work Being Rushed. (By Associated Press.) ????????.?G,. TENN., June "27.?Chief. -??'L.ri?'.rheo]? willowby, uf the Knosvllle T.a Volleite and Jellco Branch of the Louis? ville and Nashville Railroad, Is authori? ty for the statement that trains will bo running from Knoxvillo to Jelico by Oc? tober 1st The heading of the Cove Creek lunnel south of La Follette has been cut through, and work is being pushed on the Dossetts and Oak Creek tunnels which are very difficult pieces of en? gineering. ?\*1^? trains run through from Knoxvillo to Jelico the Tjoulsvllle and Nashville through lino from Cincinnati to Atlanta will have been completed. - ? Shriners Going to West Point. The "Fez Club." composed of all tho ?members of Avr? Temple, will haie a llri/vate outing at Beach Park, M'est Point, on WedniVday, the 23th inst,int. They will leave In a privato rar at fi:"t1 P. M. on that day, carrying with them ii bountiful supply of camel's milk, which will add zest to tho delightful fish sup? per which will be served to them In the private dining rooms of this pleasant re? sort. SCHOOLS. RICHMOND, VA. ? ONE OP THE GREAT SCHOOLS OP THIS COUNTRY POR THE HIGH? ER EDUCATION OP YOUNG LADIES, li? PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. Trained In best schools of this country and Europe. 270 students last session. Unsurpassed advantages at moderato rates. Send for catalogue. JAMES NELSON, President. THE GLEBE SCHOOL . A SCHOOL FOR BOVS, 419 West Grace Street, JUNIUS K. LEIGH.Headmaster The third WKMlon of Th? Glebe Rchool will opnn IVBDNEBIMY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1!W* Primary Department for ?mall hoya; prepares lor colleges and universities, Terms t'OO per school year, one-half payable on entrance and on<,-ha!f payai.l?? February 1st <?????1??. Num. bur of boys limited to twenty-five. *.-,,r Infor? ?nation, circular?, etc., n/Mres?. Jl'.VU.'H IS LKIUll, 3_1 XV. Grace Ktreet. HOLLINSINSTITUTE.Virginia EstablUhed in JS?S ?oi the Hither Lduciilon ol Vouii? Ljdlei laiiillj, IS centi?me!) and S3 ladle?. J.rirolliiiciii,,_.*|,u|,|n fr..in as ?talei. rurilliiktrairilesiuln?iie, apply to MJ88SUTTY L. COCKK, Jrc?., lloUui?, Vs. VIRGINIA COLLEGE For vouNO i.Ai)ii;s. uiuiuok., Va. OneiiH Kept, ?.??!, 1*01. One of the lea/llnK Hcliuol? fur VnunK l.adlea lu th? South. New ?????????*. piano and equipment, f.'amuus ten ?tore? Orami mountain scenery In vnih-y nf Virginia, famed for health. ? uro pean and Aincricmi ceachers, Full course. Conservatory advantage? in Art. Music und Elocution. Car* llflcuta* Wfclk-slr- Ktudonl? from 80 Hlutes. ?or n.iiii...? ,, :*,|,,.?- ?.-.'??? P. HAlUil.-i, SUMMER SCHOOL FOR'bo Vs. Writ?! to liRO.VlVS _NIV.:lt_|TY SCHOOL, CharlolUsville, Nu., tor circular. St. Albans School for Boys Thirteenth se-mloii opens SRpi'. 8,tl9W l*oj- tatalpgiie addie.-M W. 1| ?AN? pVUl'll, ilcudiilviBU'i?, iUdfoid, V?. ??? RAT? KOR CLASSIFIED WANT ADVERTISING le 1 cent per word Net Cauli in ADVANCE, with a minimum cost of 25 cents for each Insertion.. The name rato applies to deaths, marriages, obituarios nnd all other classified notlooa. No display type allowed In the classified columna. LOST AND FOUND. LOST-SUNDAY MORN INO BETWEEN Freo Bridge and Main Street, along car line, open-faced nickel case WATCH, with chain. Howard if returned to C. K. C11RE1TZBERG, V. .P. 6i P. Co., Seventh nnd Main. LOST, STAYED OR STOLEN?MY large pot CAT; answered to name of Schley. Reward If returned to Miss BUTLER, caro 1. D. Brlggs's Bakery, 112 East Broad Street. HELP WANTED?Male. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY cam good income corrospojiidlng for newspaper!?! experience unncossary; no canvassing. Bend for particulars. NORTH ERN PRESS SYNDICATE, Lockport? ?, Y. BOOKKEEPER?WANTED, A FIRST class double-entry bookkeeper for sub? stituto work. Address, in own hand Jwrltlng, ?with references, LUMBER,?! cure this oillco. ? CHAIR CANERS WANTED! ONLY , ilrst-clnss need apply; steady work. OLD DOMINION WILLOW &. RAT? TAN'WORKS, IOO N. Seventh Street. FIRST-CLASS MACHINISTS, BOILER mnkers, blacksmiths, machinist's help? ers and boiler-maker's helpers. In? fluire ROOM 33, Alhambra Hotel. TEACHER?TEACHER WANTED FOR the Boydton High School as principal; a male college graduate; eight months' sosslon; good salary. Address, with tes? timonials, C. J. FAULKNER, Chalrdan of Board, Boydton, Va. * WANTED, YOUNG MAN THAT CAN lako short hand and Is typewriter; must have good Judgment; young lawyer pre? ferred; must be willing to make himself generally useful; ?tato ugo, salary ex? pected; give reference and exporlence. Addross WHOLESALER, cure fills oi? llco, WANTED, SAW-MILL ?IANDS. WE want several good white men at circular saw-mill; wages $1.16 to $1.35 por day; steady work; house furnished to men with families, Alno, woodsmen with ex? perience to work around steam skldder; , wages $1.25 to $t..r?0 por day. Address Box No. 73a,, Norfolk, Va. WANTED; MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade; eight weeks' average lime re? quired; wages Saturdays while lemm? ing; $10 to $16 weekly guaranteed when through; Illustrated catalogues'"mailed free. MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE, 3S0 Canal Streot, New York City. WANTED. OO.OD MAN TO TAKE GEN cral agency for Industrial, accident and health Insurance; best, policy on the markot; liberal contract to right man; experienced Industrial man preferred. Applv Tuesday and Wednesday to J. L. ATL?E, Jr.. Richmond Hotel. BOOKKEEPER?WANTED, A GOOD bookkeeper, Intelligent and energetic. I?> mako himself generally useful. Ap? plv SOUTHERN ADV. SIGN CO., 13113 East Mnln Streot. ? WANTED, A YOUNG MAN FOR COIr lecting and office work. Address ?tilting age nnd references, Lock Box 2P3, city. WANTED, A COLORED MAN TO RUN elevator; must have experience. Ad? dress ELEVATOR, care this office. SITUATION WANTED?Male UNMARRIED MAN, AGED 23, WITH 6 years' experience In dry goods and clothing, desires a position with some good Ilrm in Richmond; can give best references. Address CLOTHING, caro this office. WANTED. POSITION IN DRUG STORE by a young man with over two years' experience; can furnish good reference. BENJ. BLOSSER. R. F. D. No. 5, Har rlsonburg, Vn. HELP WANTED?Female. NURSE WANTED?WANTTD, A FI0 malo nurse (white, for duty In tho white female hospital; salary $20 per month and bourd. Apply to GEORGE B. DAVIS, Superintendent WANTED, YOUNG LADY STENOGRA pher; state what machino and salary ex pooted. Address INSURANCE, P. O. Box 6S3, city. WANTED, ' GIRLS ABOUT 16 OR 17 years old, accustomed to handling ma? chinery. UNION ENVELOPE CO.,*! foot of Twelfth Street. SITUATION WANTED.Female ? E A CIt ? R?WANTED, BY- A GRAD uate of Blackstone Female Instituto, position as teacher in privato family for young children; references given. Adrcss "TEACHER," Tunis, N. C. HELP?MALE AND FEMALE. SERVANTS WANTED AMONG SOME of tho best white families in this city; good wages paid for the right person?. We have nppllcatlons for a lnrgo num? ber ?bf cooks who can furnish good refer? ences, house girls and nursos for th? city. Apply at onco to THE NEGRO LABOR Sa EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 628 E. Broad Streot (second lloor). AGENTS WANTED. WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE for. WHulceuhoso (patented)'; right und left stocking lit the foot; outwear all others; large commission paid. For par? ticulars address WAUKENllOSE KNITTING CO.. Lowell, Mas?. TRUNKS. GALBRAITH & CO. MAKE YOUR OLD trunk suine as now; manufacturera of trunks; trunks sold at retail called for and delivered. 'Phono ?till): 311 \S'est Broad Street (upstairs). Short Talks To Advertisers. No. S3 Stated In ? very few words, the object of advertising Is to force bus? iness, If a shoo merchant had his Hhelv??!* full of shoe.i und did not ad vertlse tlumi for sale, ho would sell sanio of tiiem an>wity to his old iiistomi'is nuil to porno 11 S who huppeneil to drop in. For convenience, wo will call that his normal sul??. But in this day of activllj nnd competi lion and with tin? modern methods nf forcing trail??, it would bo impossibili for that merchant who was satlslioii wil li his normal Irado to ,vrn hold his own. Ills neighbors who were practicing fuiuo inoih?.,1s A\\ urounil liliu, would upon diminish i-vi-n Ills no'iinnl traile. Tho saniti pili.triplo holds r? >-l as to sumiller trade. Bt.-c?usu lradc h.ows down iiuliiinlly lu the 1,. alfil s, as-un, why sit still mid bo wutislh'd with normal :i,millions. ? rath ?mii bu forced in suiiinu?!' as surely an |l ?an in winter. Returns probably :ir?? not ?1.??. ?-rial, but trailo can easily h" forcuti above luirmiil in ilio Huiiiinti. T?e?Peo Want Atls aro cheap, but thi-y uro tho Kl'eutpn trado-foreeri Richmond has ?ver known. T^ry thom this summer. BOARDINQ. BOARDERS WANTED FOR COOL, comfortably furnished rooms at BIS N. Eighth Street. CARY, E., NO. fi-WANTED, FEW GBN tlemen bonrdora In private family. No. 6 tonnt Gary. CLAY, ?., 110*1-ROOM8_ FOR, RENT, ?with und without board, special rates for tho summer months. _ _ LENNOX-HANDSOME ROOMS, WITH or without board, 1003 East Marshall. MISS ??????,??.?-??G) EAST FRAN KLIN Street, .will entorta In transient and table boarders during ilio summer. PARK ST., jjj", T^WANTED, FOUR gentlomon boarders; nice, new rooms and elegant location. Apply No. 7 N. Park Street. ?-? , .?. BOARD WANTED. WANTED, BOARD IN COUNTRY FOR the summer 1n private family for wlfo, self and two small boys; must bo near railroad or street car lino and within easy distance of Richmond. Addross, stating terms, accommodations, oto., ?., Box 1118, Richmond, Va. SUMMER BOARDING. ATLANTIC COTTAGE, VIRGINIA Bettoli, Va,?; ocean front, located be? tween hotels; tablo unexcelled; highest satisfaction guaranteed. For rates ad? dress Mrs. Y. 'F. MILLER. -;-( COOL, SHADY PORCH AND YARD; large, pleasant rooms and excellent faro; very near depot; rates moderate. Address G, caro postmaster, Ashland, Va. EDGEWOOD, ' OCEAN VIEW?EDGE wood Is now .open for the season; few minutes' walk from hotel; bathing and boating free, and meals furnished Sun? day excursionists. Address Mrs. C. L. JAMES, Edgewood, Ocean View, Va. HOMME HOUSE, ONE MILE FROM station (C. & O. Ry*.); lino grounds; good bathing; home-like accommoda? tions; best society. For full particulars address HOMME HOUSE, Clsmont, Al? hema rio, Va. ?-?-;-1 SUMMER RATES AT THE COMFORT ablo and attractive resort, "Bright 'View," Old Point Comfort, Va. For il? lustrated circulars addross Mrs. JO? SEPH MEANARD, Manager. _ VIRGINIA BEACH ? BOARDING A ? Pavno Collage; special rates to parties. Address Box SOG. Norfolk,. Va. Wanted, summer boarders, near Boswell, Va., C, and O, James River Division; delightful shade, convenient to postoffico and depot; prices reason? able. Address Mrs. II. TUCKER, Pin? ta, Va. WANTEDj BOARDERS AT OCEAN View. Va.; two or mqro adults In room; specilli ratos. Address "CLEMENT COTTAGE." ROOMS FOR RENT. BROAD, E.V 211?ROOMS I'D IiET, S1N glo or en suite; furnished, with baths, ot??. No. 211 East Broad Street. ROOMS TO LET, FURNISHED OR UN furnlshed. No. 211 East Broad Stroot; nil conveniences; or flat of four rooms. ROOMS WANTED. WANTED, FLAT OF FOUR ROOMS on Church Hill, at a moderato price, by ?.',?t of July. 1. X. L. " REALlbi?T?TE^F^~Sa??.~ STOP PAYING RENT; OWN YOUR , home. We will help you to do so. Loans 'made on real estate. RICHMOND PER? PETUAL BUILDING, LOAN &. TRUST CO. H. Theodore Ellyson, president; Henry S. Hutzler, cashier; lOia E. Main Street, Richmond, Va. FOR SALE CHEAP?FARM OF 53V? acres, 3 miles below Richmond, fronting on River Road; dlvlderl in two tracts with buildings.on each,'and laid off in aero lots. J. F. HERMAN, nt Richmond Automobile Co., 416 Brook Avenue, 'Phone *Z1V._ WANTED, TO SELL A NICE LITTLE home In the country, 33 miles above Richmond; 200 acres. Address G. F. COX, Irwin. Va. REAL ESTATE?For Rent. FOR RENT?THE HANDSOMEST AND | most desirable store in South Boston; none except parties with Hrst-clas3 ref? erences need apply. Write J. D. TUCK? ER, South Boston, Va. NEW HOTEL TO RENT, SALTVILLE, Vn.; nicely furnished; water and steam heat; lino opening; terms reasonable. THE MATH1ESON ALKALI WORKS, Saltvlllo. Va. CARY, E, 315-WANTED, TO RENT threo rooms, sniltnblo for light house? keeping; furnished or unfurnished; hl& East Cary. NICE HOME IN TIDEWATER, VA.; furnished house; large yard, etc.; throe months. ,P. M,, Mathews, Va, STABLE FOR RENT. APPLY SOI; fa Ivclgh Street. REAL ESTATE WANTED. WANTED) WAREHOUSE SPACE, WITH Joint or separate use of Uvonty to one hundred horse-power; adequate compen? sation will be paid. Address Box 70S, city. PRINTINO. TRY US ON PRINTING; WE KNOW we can suit you. TAYLOR & TAYLOR PRINTING CO., Quick Printers. No. 1 Governor Street. UPS AND DOWNS. WE KEEP PRICE DOWN AND QUAL ity up. THE SOUTHERN ADVERT1S ING SIGN CO., mia E^Maiii. 'Phono 123. WATCH REPAIRING, ?1.U0 FOR ANY MAKE OR SIZE A.MER Ican mainspring Put In; fully guaran? teed one year. SCHAAF'S. ??? E. Uroad. FOUNTAIN PENS. SOLID GOLD 14-K. POINT EAGLE UN derfoed Fountain Pens $1 ; fully guar? anteed. SCHAAF'S, ?120 E. Broad. TEE-DEE WANT AD. PUZZLE CONTEST. TAKE CARE OP THE PENNIES AND THE POUNDS WILLTAKE-CARE OF THEMSELVES The abovo words oontitltute the sentence for this? week's Tee-Dee Want Ad. Fu__le Contest, for which threo money prl.es are to be give., The puzzle Is not difficult to solvo, If only attention le paid to the eondltlorns which ore as follows! CONDITIONS: First?Each of the words glvon as this week's proverb will appear In tho Tae Doo Want Ads.?ono word In one Ad. and another word in another Ad,, etc. Tho first four words were In Sunday's papor. Tho next four aro In to-day's paper, and the remaining five words will bo In Thursday's paper. / . Second?Cut out the Ads. In which tho words occur and paste them on a strip of papor, so as to malto tho sentonce. Third?Send this answer to the Tee-Doe Want Ad. Puzzle Department, Fourth?All answers received before ?1 o'clock Friday, will be placed In a bns kot together and the first threo correct replies drawn out will re?oive the prizes. Three Prizes: First Prize??.00, Sooond Prizo?$2.00. Third Prize?$1.00. FOR SALE. a A LLEGO WHEAT FOU CHICKEN food; only a few hundred bag's of tho damaged wheat on hand; stock will bo exhausted by July 1; $1.03 por bag of 100 pounds. Apply at Warehouse. Sev? enteenth and Dock Streets. WARNER MOORE & CO. MULES AND HOltriEE. Having Just opened at 11)17 E. Franklin Street, a wholesale ahd retail stable for sale of mules and borsch, we wish to announce that we now havo on hand a very lino ?selection of young muloa at reasonable prices, S. P. CLAY, ? Prop., J. S. WHALE-*, Salesman. I _?-?<A EVERYTHING TO FURNISH YOUR homo; furniture for ov'ory room; mat? tings, rugs, laco curtains, portieres, pic? tures, mirrors, lamps, chlnaware, etc. You can have your purchase charged and you don't havo to pay Instalment prices either. OSTRANDER'S, 208 West Broad Street. YOU FIND A 'COMPLETE MARKET; everything the best and always fresh; vegetables, chickens, meats, fresh flah, canned goods, delicacies, etc., at BRAUER'S, 3 East Broad Streot. ??? SALE-ONE POWER FREIGHT Elevi)tor nnd Motor, all In good order;? platform 54 by 47 Inches. Address WM. RU1SGER. NOT A FEW WHITE GOODS. CRISP and fresh, woro 25e., iiow's your chanco at 12 l-2c. PEMBERTON. PRICE ?i. CO. r _ ASK FOR RUSSI'JLI/S ANTI-ROACH Powder; positively destroys water bues and cock ronches; all limp-gists, I0t> Call 'phone ISlfi. If you wish It sent. IF IT'S FROM E. PERICINSON'S ??? ery It's all O. K.; made In a sanitary shop by clean hands; 421 North Sixth St. SAFE R'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS . outsell any two brands. Why? Because they are the best, purest and best llnvor. SEVERAL EXCELLENT SECOND hand Phaetons for sale at bargains. SMITH & MURPHY, 314 N. Fifth. FOR SALE?ROSES IN POTS THAT can be safely planted at any timo. MER? IT ROSE CO., Grace and Cedar.? WHY SUFFER? WHEN YOU CAN GET CERTAIN PILE CURE for 25c. at your druggist's. BAKERY. E. PERKINSON, BAKER, MAKES the bread that makes the man. Call for It; all grocers. BARGAINS. SEE OUR LINE OF PORCH FURNI ture at lowest prices in the city. OSTRANDER'S, 2W) XV. Broad Street. WHY BUY IMPURE GOODS WHEN -VUKR'S FLAV ?b stood the test you can get the best? SA UER! S FLAV? ORING EXTRACTS have of years. IF YOU WANT ANY FILLING IN, JUST stop at our stpro and seo tho real bar? gains. PEMBERTON, PRICE & CO. MISCELLANEOUS. WHEN YOU MUST HAVE THIN goodSj. that's the time we put these gpotl things right In your way. PEM? BERTON. PRICE & CO. DON'T SPOIL YOUR. COOKING BY using cheap flavoring extracts. Uso BAUER'S and don't taku substitutes; CERTAIN PILE CURE. 2?C, AT VOUH drugirist's, will cure you. DYEING AND CLEANING. ELITE CLEANING AND PRESSING WORKS do cleaning and pressing In tho best manner at lowest prices; ynods called lor and delivered; 213 N. t?ixtli Street. Phono 22?8. FOR YOU WE DYE-SUITS SCOURED and pressed 75c; pressori 50c. R. L. GILL, Steam Dye Works, 325 N, Fifth Stroet. City 'phono 4SCI2. ANTIQUES. SEVERAL HANDSOME OLD PIECES of Carved Mahogany Furniture, excel? lent Brass Ponders, just received from tho South, at 1017 Semines Street, Man? chester. Cull after 5 P. M. BUY ANTIQUES OF BIGGS; GET original pieces at lowest prices; satis? faction guaranteed; 515 East Main. COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. TAY? LOR & TAYLOR PRINTING CO., No. 1 Governor Street, Richmond. Va. IN ALL CREATION. WE CREATE SIGNS THAT CREATE business. THE SOUTHERN ADVER? TISING SIGN CO., 1312 East Main. 'Phono iaa. . FLY SCREENS. GET ESTIMATES ON FLY SCREENS und Awnings. C. B. NORVELL, 8110 Sixth Street. 'Phone 4S?. DENTISTRY. VISIT THE SOUTHERN DENTAL Rooms; If you are a denial invalid you can bo restored at small coat; lady attendant; l?tt) E. Main Streot, ??????? ! U'iOt. I ?, ?'. DESl'OKTES, D, D. S., DENTIST. C35 E. Main Street. 'Phono ..'00, DR. PHARES W. CALLIHAM. DEN? tlst. Manchester, Va. Office: 1209 Hull Street. Telephone 2?U0. SUPPLIES, BLUE-FLAME OIL STOVE I BOUGHT n|. you Is elegant; cooks everything lovely. That Is what wi.? luiir from our customers. You need uno'.' HARRIS, "The Uardwaru Man," |0?t East Uroad. ROOKING TIN. IRON AND PAPER roofing, nails, builder's hardware, sash, door, etc.. earring?o and wagon goods, faints anil oils, cook and beatine stove?, ??ui?.?-. pistols, rlll?s, "Robin I loot.'" load? ed shells. Do you use nny of ? be above ? Write us. HARRIS? HARDWARE C?, m m iK'tjud, ?ucJiuuiwi?, Vk WANTED. READ! READ I WHAT ONE OF OUR most prosperous and Influential citizens ha? to say of the Harris Antl-Dyspoptlc and Tonic Water. Mr, Jas, Ai Morris, IH ?. Seventh St. Dear Sir,?After using y our Harris Anti-Dyspeptic Water for two months, I can heartily recommend It for Indi? gestion. For the first time In years I can now eat and enjoy a hearty meal. In addition to Its medicinal properties, this water Is a most refreshing and pltnsnnt summer drink. Very truly yours, T. L. BLANTON, President Rich? mond Dairy- Company. WOOL! WOOLl-We HAVE LARGE OR ders for new clip wool and pay highest prices and no expenses deducted except freight charges. Farmers and mer? chants will do well to correspond with us. We carry large stock of agricul? tural peae, and solicit orders for snnie. WALLERSTEIN PRODUCE CO., 18 and 21 S. Thirteenth Street. WANTED, IN A HURRY, 5.000 VINE gar and pickle barrels for my new crop of pickles, 4,000 molassos and syrup bar rols, 7,000 oil barrels of all kinds, 2,?63 lish barrels, S0,0O0 cabbage crates, coca cola, half whiskey barrels, all kinds of Hogs, older barrels; lard tubs and tierces, bought at highest prices. D. O'SULLI VAN, 'phone 3212. WANTED, TO KNOW WHY HAVE "your shoos repaired by machine shoe? makers and cobblers whon L1SLAND warrants superior work for tiio same prlco? Shoes made to order for Indies " and gents; also shoos for all kinds of cripples; 205 North Fifth. WANTED, MY FRIENDS AND ?? trons to know that 1 have moved my Jewelry Store to ? North Ninth Street, opposi t?? News Leader Building. Full line of fine jewelry a lid great reduction In watch repairing. JNO. SCIIEHR. W ANTED, TO BORROW ?-.d? ON three or four years' timo on Richmond real esta.te; will pay the Interest month? ly or quarterly fo suit lender. Address BORROW, care this office. wanted; everybody to know choice Crab Moat. Stumpfs (own make?. Deviled Crabs. Soft Crabs (dally and good size), veal Little Neck Clnms nt STUMPF'S RESTAURANT, 'Phone 753. PROTECT TOUR BANK ACCOUNT; best check protector; prints the amount across face of check and prevents It be? ing raised; cheap. CHECK, caro tills office. WHY BUT IMPURE. GOODS WHEN you can got the best? SAUER'S FLAV? ORING EXTRACTS have stood the test of years. WE WANT YOU TO? GET FIRST chnnce on the Ginghams from France that are hammered from 25c. to 12 l-2c. PEMBERTON. PRICE * CO. WANTED. SECOND-HAND LIGHT Dayton Wagon. In good repair: state * price. Address DAYTON, care this of? fice. WANTED, TO BORROW JO.OOO FOR ! three yoars at 5 per cent, on real estate * In heart of Richmond. Address BUSI- | NESSI care this ofTlce. WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW I that CERTAIN PILE CURE will cer? tainly cure them: 25c. at your druggist's. SAU E R'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS outsell any two brands. Why? Bee*use they are the best, purest and best flavor*. PIANOS AND ORGANS. ESTEY REED AND PIPE ORGANS loud the world. Sold only by ESTEY ORGAN AGENCY, William M. Jenkins. Manager, 729 East Main. CASH BARGAINS IN PIANOS ON Ac? count of closing out business. Call at 509 E, Main Street. "notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIlVt~? shall apply to the Guarantee Building, Loan and Trust Company, of Richmond, Va., for the Issue of a Certillcute for Five Shares of Stock In said Company In lieu of Certificate No, 30 for Five Shares, which said Certificate has been lost or destroyed. Juno 6, 11KM. LEWIS PURYEAR. -_-< ON TH/_ MARKET ONLY THREE months, and now being sold in eight dillerent States und being shipped In carload lots. V.'.hat? FOWLERS EX? TRACTS, of coursu. What's "tho rea? son? Quality, Buy a bottle and be con? vinced. DON'T . LET YOUR BAB1 ES GET cholera Infuntum: aeon thetn well on Harris' Antl-DyspeiJtlo nnd Tonic Water. Sold by MORRIS, 114 N. Seventh. WATCH THE PAPERS FOR OUR CON solatlon salo, not auction derelicts, but our cjivn K?od stuff. PEMBERTON, PRICE & CO. LAUNDRY AND BUSINESS XV???nB for salo at bargains. SMITH <_ MUR? PHY, 314 N. Fifth Street. WINES AND LIQUORS. Till?; BEST SUMMER DRINK-OL'R special California placet? Murquo, Bor? d?lais, 20c full size buttle. Cull or 'Pilone 8181. PAUL WEII.L, Kino Groc? eries, Wines and Lhiuors, TM AVest llroadj WALL PAPER AND PAPER ???????. WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND best selection of Wnll Paper und Room Mouldings of any firm in iho city; ull work done in strictly Ilrst-cluss ??,,?? ju?r; our prices lira lliu lowest constat? cut wllh good workmanship. W. r. ALLEN & CO., 215 N. Fust Sii^,. ?Phone 62'J. I WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO MY friends and the public thnt i hav? bought out Iho paper hanging business of CHAS. E. SMITH, 502 W. Main Street, where I will appreciate any call? and guarantee to do llrst-class work only. JAS. ?. M'K INNE Y. . WOULD LIKE TO-WAV? YOU CALL und see our beautiful new line of U'iul Paper, replete with plvunlug surprises; we are niuklng a spociul effort on 'some pretty paper at ?-Ac. and up, R. R. BRAUER? 20? N__Flft?, struct. "eoOKe?NOEF?S anb^rbintITrs.' S. H AIjK'INS & CO. (?'INE, ! TELL PERSONALS. _ WE CAN'T TELL VOU KERB ABOUT nil tho good, furniture we have, but If you will cull at our store wc will take pltfiisitro In doing so. Remember this, Is not nn Instalment store, chnrglng In? fllalmont prices, but you* are welcome to open an account with us. OSTRAND? ER'S, 209 West Broad Street. ? YES, WE HAVE HEARD THERE IS AN epidemic of oholera morbus In this city, but wo aro glad to offer yotl a Panacea, for It In HARRIS'S ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND TONIC WATER; Mr. Morris says It cures every time, and no doctor's bill to pay, 'Phone 4883, WALL PAPER, ALL STYLES, ALL prlcosi all wollt .guaranteed' stri illy llrst-class, We respeotfully Invilo you to look over our lino and get our esti? malo beforo havlirg your papering done. W. R. ALLEN & CO., 2115 N. First St. 'Phono 022. WHY BE FAT? IT IB POISONOUS AND Weakens the entire systom, thus endan? gering yopr life, Daniels'? rnothod of physical culture Is guaranteed to ro dtioo your wolght many pounds. Call or address MELVILLE DANIELS, No. Kit East Broad Street. EVERY LADY CAN HAVE CURLY, Huffy hair, which Is so much desired; ("urlino will mako It so; formula sent .for 2Ec; no gum Arabic used. Address MIN-MAX SPECIALTY CO.. Richmond, Va. ELECTRIC FANS, NEW AND 8EC ond-hand, electric wiring, bolls Install? ed In thu host manner; givo us a trial and wo .guarantee to please. ELEC? TRIC NOVELTY & APPLIANCE CO., 010 East Alain Streot. WANTED, FAMILIES LEAVING THE city for the summer to know that they can be supplied by us whllo away with meats and everything else contained In a markot. BRAUER'S, a East Broad Street, ANOTHER REMARKABLE OFFER Scven bust!*, mounted, or seven punels. mounted, photographs, and good ones at that, at the ORIU1NAL DAVIS GAL? LERY, S17 E. Broad Streot. ASK FOR RUSSELL'S ANTI-ROACH Powder; positively destroys water huge and cock roaches; all druggists, toe. Call 'phone 1815. If you wish it sent. YOU NEED NOT GO TO THE CO.UN try to got fat and well; Just drink freely of A. D. Water nnd be happy. 'Phono mi._ BEST I HAVE EVER EATEN 18 A dally compliment wo rocolvo of our bread. E. PERKINSON'S BAKERY. Trv It for yourself; 121 North Sixth St. I A CALL AT BROWN ? CONSTINE'? store will convince you tliat you can save many a penny at tholr sale now going on. 20? E. Broad. |-. YOU WILL WONDER WHY YOU DID not try It. beforo after using a 25c. box of CERTAIN PILE CURE. For sale nt your druggist's. FREE DEMONSTRATION ALL THIS week al Miller's Laurel Market. KO VV. Broad, ice cream Ihivorcd with FO\V LER','1 EXTRACTS served free. DON'T SPOIL YOUR COOKING BY using cheap fl*ivi?rltig extracts. p.??? SAUER'S and don't take substitutes. SURREYS. SECOND-HAND AND NEW, at factory prlc??s. SMITH & MUR? PHY, 314 N. Fifth Street. PEMBERTON, PRICE ?.- CO. HAVE A way of giving epeclal values nt the timo you want, the go???!?. TUXEDO "AND DRESS SUITS FOR hire at SCHNURMAN'S. 721 E. Main St, ^STORAGE. BEFORE ENTERING INTO ARRANGE, ment? with others for stontgo of your surplus goods of all kinds we want you to call and see us. THE RICHMOND MERCHANDISE ? TRADING GO.. I'. T. Conrad, Mgr., S South Fourteenth St. IF YOU AVANT YOUR FURNITURB stored In a clean, dry place and person? ally looked after, see TOMPKINS, No. 207 W. Broad Street. Toys, Bicycles and repairing. MILLINERY. READY-TO-WEAR HATS AT HALF. ! price; the prettiest conceits of the sea son In both dress, style and shirt-waist huts; sumptuous assortment of un trlmmed hats to be made lovely by ??eft hands of expert milliners. Mrs. fllA.M I.EE, 31? E. Broad Street. CARRIAGES A?lTWKg'??S. LARGE. COMPLETE STOCK OFFIRST class Buggies, Surreys, Pimctons, Run? abouts unJ Traps at the right prices. Call and seo them. SA FETI' BUGO? CO., 1300 E. Main Street. FOR SALE?SPECIAL-ONE-HORSE Trucks and Grocery Wagons; cull and see them before buying. B. C. BR1H? TOW, l'J SoJtli Fifteenth Street. RUBBER-TIRED RUNABOUTS, SEC ond-hand, excellent order, for sale c.ieap, at SMITH ?. MURPHY'S. 314 N. Fifth Street. COAL, WOOD AND ICE, ON AND AFTER JULY 1ST ??? WILT, occupy our new Cou I and Wood Yard at the corner of Linden and Cary Streets, where wo will be pleased'to see anyone who wishes to save money In buying fuel, TYLER & RYAN. 'Phone 1979. use Richmond cedar works' Kindling for summer cooking; the quickest and best fuel. Now have a good supply; prompt dollvory. Prlco, ?I-SO._?., _ "-AD?ES' WEAR. EVERY SKIRT IN OUR STOCK TO BE sold at' cost and less; new all-wool Skirts from ?1.50 up. RICHMOND GARMENT CO.. till Broad (upstairs). ?,?? LAWN AND SILK WAISTS, LAT 08t styles, to l>e sold regardless of cost; salo postlve; terms cash; till Broad, RICHMOND GARMENT CO, SILK SHIRT-WAIST SUITS FROM $9 up to I13?0, values ?'JO to ?2?. RICH? MOND GARMENT CO., Oil Broad. EVERY ARTICLE IN OUR STOCK AT cost to save expense ot moving; all KOodH must be sold, no reservailons. RICHMOND GARMENT CO., Uli Broad. Ai_Vlc'E~fb THE GOOD, A BAD LOOKING SIGN IS AN UNFIT representative of good merchants and good -OO?M. THE SOUTHERN AD VERTlHING SIGN CO., 1313 E. Main. '?????T 123. ? ? 22 AWNIN?S, FLAQ6 AND TENTS. ) WH ?w ?i^??A?/?r?v^''i>?>v^?'?v*-?-*-?vvv>>^?^i?<^ | you CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON HAV? Ing your awnings put up witli care, also liouduuurters for touts and Hugs, at M, G. C?PELAND CO.'B, 108 North Ninth Street, 'Phono 257?. HEART TO HEART TALK. SEEN THE PRETTY SIGNS W.E make? t'orno down and lot us lull you about tlioill. ???? SOUTHERN AD VERT1SING SIGN CO., 13hi E. Muln. ?Phone 123. PLUMBIIMQ. WHEN YOU CONTRACT. WITH UH FOU tinning, plumbing und gas-llttlng you may be sure it's dune right; ulso agoni? for celebrated Kclscy'llnt Air Funiuce* and Welcome Range. F. S. DALTON ?k CO., U Governor Street. SHOE REPAIRING ?VKCIAL. 760. HALFHOLINI! MEN'S SHOES; ludios (?Oc; Rock Ouk Leather; every ? air ?ewed. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 7111 l* Muln Streot, ''Phono ?Jt'iir. Cut out this cuupon and bring will: siloes, It Is good for 2?o. rebato un above until iJu?Ui 'Mil. Rubber llcels . ?fri, ?OU business opportunities **n*'AVs* Mu?*AiM<-W *WW>V? )W-.?WW_g^>A?* WANTJBD, A LIVE. ENEHGETRl young? man as president nf n. company iniihtiftK-ttii-lu-f p paying food pforttiol ? must have $.5,000 In invest, for wlilclt W.OOO In ntoc.lt will be Issiiod and a good salary paid. Address TOM JOHNSON, care Currier ill, city. WANTED, TO BORROW $2,R00 ON three or four yours' time on Richmond roal esitilo; will pay the Interest month? ly or (|Uiirterly m suit lender. Address UO H ROW. euro this oflleo. FIRE INSURANCE, 1111 EAST MAIN Street. FRANK W. LAUGHTOiN, Man? ager. 'Phono 8876. . ^ o?__?-^ -.-g WE DO "THE" BUSINESS; THAT'S why wo mako you handsomer signs at less money. THE SOUTHERN AD? VERT1SING SION CO.. 1312 E. Main. 'Phone )2_. BICYCLE TIRES. WANTED?BICYCLE RIDERS TO USE Sterling Tires, tho best tiro on tho market, with an absoluto guarantee: aslc your dealor to show you one and givo you price. AWNINGS AND FLY SCREENS. C. B. NORVELL, 211 NORTH SIXTH, manufacturer of Awnings, Shades, Screens; special attention given (o screening flue houses; ask for estimati.?. at once. 'Phono 480, LUNCH PARLORS. CHES ? E R F I E L D LUNCH ROOM, Twelfth nnd Mala Streets; regular din? ner 25c; hot. lunch 10c; tho best In Iho city; give us a trial. ECONOMV. THE PRETTIEST, MOST DURABLE signs conceivable at price.?! to match the cheap kind. THE SOUTHERN AD? VERTISING SIGN CO.. 1312 E. Main, 'Phone 123. 2 22 TRUNKS REPAIRED, QUICK, CHEAP; WORK CALLED FOR and delivered; trunks sold at factory prices; 311 E. Broad Stroet, over liot helmcr'H Economy Shoo Store. 'Phono 2404. GROCERIES AND~LIQUORs7 " GEO. A. HUNDLEY'S BIG STORE, largest and completo stock In tho city. Specials: Old Snilthllcld Hams, Orunge county Hams, genuine Ponce Porto Rico and New Orleans Molasses, country Ground Meal, pure Liquors for family and medicinal use, largo and complete assort ment of old Whiskies. Brandies, Sherries, Ports. Clarets, etc.; better value than over offered before; sold only hi full mensure, buttles ?md by the gal? lon. Call and seo the ilnest, cleanest* and handsomest storo ill the city. GEO. M.'D. BLAKE, 'Mnnngcr, under, Leu Camp Hall. 'Phono 3S0. RUBBER TIRES. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY HAVING vnnr rubber Urei put on by ?. C. HRIS TOW, 111 South Fifteenth Slreet; guaran? teed to stay on. PRESERVING BARGAINS. FRUIT IARS?? N'Y 'QUANTITY; PINTS 2>c. ?|U!ii-|s 30c and iialf gallon Wi? dozrui D?O.OOi) min EU LABELS :?.'? AND MC. ? thousand, and 1,0)0 gr<??n of corks at inc. a gross. 20.IHTI HALF PINT FLASKS ?I..V) ? gross; Root Boer bottini? (paient Uoj> p?rsj, 2ttr. per dozon. THE ? ROUSE BOTTLE CO., lim-.'i w. Broad Street. ?FLAVORING EXTRACTS. certainly; use the purest and best Try FOWLER'S FLAVOR1NO EXTRACTS nnd decide f?_??> youreelr. Sold by loarlintr groeers. ..M'EETINQS, the Twenty-first annual meet Ing ot tb<- VIRGINIA MEGHANICS' INSTITUTE will be held ai tho lli?u tute. No. PHI East Broad Street, on TUESDAY. .Inly huh, l'?i*. ??I Si3(l ui-l-? k ?'. ??. The regular annual rej-prta x?? .1 be mnd??. Election or Bonrd of Uire tora and other business. A full attend? ance urgently reniu'stcd. THOMAS ELLETT. Secy. ROBERT HARIiIN?: COMPANY. IN:'. Publisher* Poll's S. S. Pertodlruis.-Tli.. regular annual meeting of th?. ????_?< liolderg ?if tin? ROBERT HARD1N . COMPANY, IN?"., will lio ????a* ?t tl:^ ollir.? of rho Company, In riie cltv ?>( Richmond. Va., the KIRS I* WEDNES? DAY in July. 1901, at .*. o'clock P.M. E. N. NEWMAN. Secret ? ry. Richmond. Va.. .lune 'Si. 1??'M. NOTICE. N0?iG? TU Jk?-Pfi??HS. Office of Colloctor of City TaxeH. C.ty Hail, Richmond. Va. THIS OFFICE \. ILL RE REALI* TO RECEIVE ALL OU O ?Vii-HALF U.F CITS' TAXES. HEAL ESTATE ?AND PERSONAL, FOR THE' YEAR 1?W ON JUNE 16. The whole tax is duo, but tho ordi? nance provides that one-hulf may be paid ill June, and tho remaining huif in December. Failure to pay ull ur one naif in Juno Incurs a penalty of ?, p?rr cent, on the whole amount, wnlch Is uue a? once, and U not paid boiore SEP TE.MliER 1 the Collector is required to levy, with costs added. (See Chapter XIV., Sec. 7.1 ALL MALES 21 years of ng?, ALL PERSONS (?MALE OR FEMALE) whu own personul property, or Iwld personal property as llduciary, and all paru'c? conducting business In tho city of Rich? mond (of whatever naturo! aro assosi-ci, and will please cull und settle, so as tu avoid delinquency. Gradini;, Paving, Pipe and Sower Con? nection? iiills are payable in the s.irne manner us Tuxes, and at thu suine time. Give name in which property stands, und seo that you get ?all your billu. This being tho only notice provided for by law, pleaso givo It prompt atten? tion, ns under tho new ordinance 6 por cent, penalty will have to ha added to the whole hill after Juno 30. Olllce open from K:30 A. M. to 0 P. ??. F. W. CUNNINGHAM. Collector of City Taxes. NOTICE. Richmond, Va., June 5, 1904. THE TRANSFER BOOKS OF THE BUNDED DEBT OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND WILL BE CLOSED OK AND AFTER THE 15TH INSTANT AND REOPEN THE 1ST DAY OF JULY, 1804. EDW. J, WARREN, June 7-tlll Julyl Auditor. Manchester Taxes. ? am now ready to receive the Clly. School and Sewer Taxes for the paar Itw4. one-half of thu same Is payable on or m> foro July 1. lOiH, or the othor half ,?n <,r before December I. 191)4, or the whole cuii be paid July 1st. If preferred; 5 poi? ceiuf wil. be added to each lui li" if unpaid a? their respective duo d?tes. j. W. RRONAUGH, Jr.. Treasurer City of Manchester. notice: City Auditor')? Oillco, Richmond, Va., June L7, 1901. HOLDERS OF CITY OF RICILMOND BONDS, maturing JULY 1, 11)94, mo hereby notllled to present llicui at this ulllco for redemption, as thoy will i-ciist. tu bear Interest from that date. EDW. J. WARREN. Sect'y. Board Hit?'. Fund Gunim'?. Juno HS-lOt The Confederate Museum. TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. Opens daily from a a. m. to 5 p. ._, ?__.U_-.VU, .. SWU?L _??6 v_ ?-?urU*y?