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Times-Dispatch Want Ads. Are'AlwaysConsulted*"^ ^llfll lllll?'?: Begin to Advertise Now. The Cost is On/y One Cent a Word. The Rate for Classified Want Advertising Is 1 cent per word, Net Cash In AD? VANCE, with a minimum cost ot 10 cents for each Insertion. The same rato applies to deaths, marriages, obituaries and all other classified no? tices. No display typo allowed In the ? classified columna LOST AND FOUND._ STRAYED FROM HIS HOME, APRIL lllh, a AVb'te French Poodla Dog nn slverhiK' to the nnino of 'iipoo. Return to 607 North Ninth Street, or Terry Bros., 408 North Sixth Streit, nnd j re? ceive reward, Mrs, 11. LU'llILR TERRY. l.OST-SUNDAY AFTERNOON, OX Main Street car going west, <?r Bronfl streut car going cast, Silk Umbrella! ",l. Ai l.add" mi ?ii-? of liniulli'. Ri'r wind If returned to NELSON ,1- LAUD COAL OFFICE. 171? East Broad, or ?phniii' 1090 or 52SO. LOST?-?3UNDAY NICHT, BETWEEN Ficlith and Marshall and Rrook Avenue and 'f'l.'iv, .ill" Hold Enameled Bracelet, Reward ' if returned to ?!0I East 'Brood SlJ-e.Pl. HELP WANTED?Male. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON ?MAY earn good income corresponding for newspapers; experience unnecessary. Send for patlcuiars. PRESS SXN-Jl CATE, Lockport, N. Y._ BECOME A CHAUFFEUR AT HOME, positions guaranteed at Jli"> weekly. Write for particulars. AUTOMOBILE, Uopf. 1S2, No. 74:', Seventh Avenue, New York,' ? ? COLORED HOY AS PORTER IN DRUG stove: ono who is a good cleaner and not afraid of work. TRAGLE DRUG CO. MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO learn plumbing, bricklaying, plastering trades; pays $,"> a day. Special offer S2.'. two months' course; stiort time only; union card guaranteed. COYNE BROS. CO., New York, Chicago, St. Louis. Free catalogue. MAOniNKST OPERATOR; PERMAN ent position; $21 per week. Address J ?16;', care Tlmcs-Dispatch. vanted-men to learn barber, trade; new system; only eight weeks required; tools donated; diplomas awarded; board provided; position guaranteed when through. Write for free catalogue. MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE, 131 Prince Street. New York city, _ \yTNt?~dT~FOR U. S. ARMT.-ABLE bodled unmarried men, between nges of 21 and 35, citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Por Information apply to RECRUITING OFFICER, 820 East Broad street. Rich? mond, Va. "YvANTIiD-FRACTICAL PR IN T E It and newspaper man to conduct news? paper' In n progressive town, with not less' than live hundred dollars to invest in saine; references required. Address P. O. Box 72. AYaverly, Va. Va'NTED-AN ACT1VE MAN AS.ROOK Jcc'pcr nnd to bo generally useful; calarv $10 per week. Address G ?.Vi, Tlmes-Dlspatcb. TCANTED-A YOUNG MAX TO WORK on farm; good home and wasres. Ad? dress E. 11. SUTHERLAND, TL, F. 1')., No. 1. Church Road. Va. W ANTED- EXPERIENCED DRY el?>n-*?*!- nn'l *->?-?>sse-- of ; ladles' garments. JOHN AUSTRIAN, 3105 Washington Avenue. Newport News, Va. SITUATION WANTED?Male. ? POSITION WANTED BY A NEAT, industrious young man seventeen years old or gi.iorl character and moral habits. Address O 372, care Times-Dispatch. WANTED-A POSITION AS ASSIS-. tant to party running summer hotel, honrillas- house or poultry fnrur. Ad? dress XV 2", care Times-Dispatch. WANTED BY AN EDUCATED AND Industrious perron, a nusltlon as collec? tor, copyist, solicitor or any hones: busi? ness employment; can furnish best ref? erences. Address A., 351. tills olllce. YOUNG SCOTCHMAN WISHES SIT?A tion In pr?vale family as conchliTan to look after garden and lot: not afraid to work; coud reference, Address D, p... .?arc Times-Dispatch nfllcc. Petersburg, Va. rv.YNTI.D- A PIHSV-C?A'SS','.BU'P?HER lit once. R. KASTELBE-RG'S SON, HELr WANTED?FEMALeT WANTED A FIRST'-CLASS COOK FOR sinall rnniily, at the Virginia Flats, Fifth and Main streets; salary $10 per month; white preferred : none but llrst tinss, well rei'oiniueiided, need apply. Asit for "Janitor, Mr. Watts." WANTED- A VOUNG I.AHV ACCUS tonied It. handling a force of girls. Ad? dress In ?.wit handwriting, giving age. experience, where last employed, and ???alary expected, D 351, ear.- Thnes-Dlii pat'ii. WANTED-A RELIABLE SERVANT TO du general house work for a fmilllv of (.wo- n.? washing, Apply to Mrs l'l.MP.I.KS. Grove Road, corner Gll 11101-0 Avenue. "yVANTED-A I.ADV BOOK-KEEPER and stenographer; light work; good position and salary. Adilro-n Box B7S Hampton, Vn. "wanted an experienced SVORK h*g housekeeper for a slimmer resort; ???uVwb.i can mnk(i good desertB, Apply to F., Station A, Richmond, Vn. WANTED AT ONCE, MILLINERS, Makers and Snli ?Indies nl MrB. JULIUS REAR. II-'.'!. Easi Mai'i Stte.-t. WANTED - EXPERIENCED I. A DV TyiX'Wi ?1er for cony v..ii<; Hiiiioe-, Typewriter pre.fej-cd ; slate mlai-v. A.l dress 15 333, Tlnu s-1 llBpittch, SOLICITORS & SALESMEN. .VA NT I : I i - A SAL i-: S M V x TO TR \ V l'T South Carolina for an .--,>.; established, liiytlwai-f house. Address, stilling salary expected, exnerli u, ?? and endone recommendations, "HARDWARE," euro this, paper. REAL ?STATE^-For Rent. FDR RENT ?THREE UPPER I "l .Oi iRH, No?, 17-21 North Twelfth Street, contain*' hi?- about eloven thousand square l'eut wl I it-model to suit tenant; a'ltn.rauiy iiiited for light manufacturing: also, ofiiee. ?ix7u feet, No. If, N. Twelfth, with bii??ciriont an.l thi';e Doors above RICHMOND TYPE AND ELECTRO. 'I YPE FOUNDRY, Twelfth and Hank Streets. FOR RENT-MODERN NJNR l? M i \i Dwcllii.?-- un I'.uu \v,- lui ; Ik .,H funilKl.eil. till Hi '-Ii o,!.' I* If '. ?1 ,;t inoiilli. A.bin K.s A. 13 . .- ,i. .t ., i jpi-ymtch. FOR RENT FLVK BEI LDI NC. SI'IT nblo for light or heavy manufacturing; Southern Railway an?! war? r rbiinee tlotis. Addres? C. B.'Ft .HD cu. 'Phone S?Jg, Trlgg Hiiljiyard. I RJ5A?,ESTAf?W?NTEiDT PARTY WOULD LIKE T< > RENT B1.V . ral acre?, ?ith Iiouko, <?r niuall 'farm HUityl.li- for poultry raising, near ?b-, i, i at- lino; may pi,rcrut>e; Mule lu1"-, U ill, T!iiu*-D;?;atciL, , BOARDING BOARDERS WANTED--NlCEI.,Y-FUR nlshi'd fnmt anil buck rooms, with flrsl I'lnss boa I'd; ulst, transients nccttlnnfo4 dated. 317 West Orneo Street, EK???Tti STRE?T, NORTH, S1&-WANT ed, nertminont, transient and table boarders. Terms reasonable; humo com? forts. MISS PITZE.R ANNOUNCES THAT lia East Franklin street has had hand? some additions?steam heated nnd light? ed by electricity. Elegant dlnln? room. Win entertain'1 permanent or transient guests. WANTED-OHNTDHMK-N OCCUPANTS for well-filrnlshed, Ililrcl-Ilooi' rooms tit 111" Etist Franklin Street, .WANTED-HOARDERS. S E C O N D - story front room. 300 Mast (?inoo .Street. COUNTRY BOARDING. "WANTED--A FEW I.KlARDEHH KOK the mimnrer: moiintuln breeze; good Witter and r.-ire, with plenty fresh milk. Write to Sir's; C. II. ANDERSON, Hnck illgh.im, Vll. BOARD WANTED. BY "VOUNC1 rOl'PLH IN PRIVATE fatnllv, room und hoard, convenient to Twelfth and East Main. Box y-IS, care' this olllce. _' ' BY Y?UNG ,,OOU?I.K? IN PRIVATE fnmllv, ronin' and board, convenient to Twelfth anil East Main; preferably on Franklin. Box ?M.S. care this,ofllcc. ,.; FLAT FOR RENT. FOR R?N'J'-SEC?N? FLAT OF FOUR or Uve rooms and closets; pr?vale bell. 20.*, Fust Franklin Struct. ~' RO?MS"f?R RENT. FOR RENT-TWO OR THREE BASE nrcnt rooms on suite, with prlvnto bath; newly fitted up with steam heat and electric lights. Apply. 115 East Franklin street; A' ___^ _ WA NTED-OCOH PA NTH FOR MOST deslrnblo second-lloor rooms, with or without hoard, on Franklin street, near First; terms reasonable, F 380, Tlnies Dlspnteh. Ft'RN'IKIIEJf.JtOO.M.:. PRIVATE-PATH; $16.00 two squares of AYestnTorelnnd Club. Address.-.B .843, .oarn*rT-lrnes-DIs fpntcli'_ _'__, ... ROOMS WANTED. Yorxn cocpde wish rooms, siiit able for ll^ht housekeeping; suite price and full particulars with references. Address B. 380,'caro this olllce. GASOLINE ENCI?Es! WE HAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE stock of lho celebrated International (Insnllne Engines, from 2-H. P. to '15 II. P. These engines aro suitable for all fnrmlt'K n'urposes. Inspect tho sample In operation. YV. K. BACHE & SONS, HOC East Main Street. HOUSEFURNISHINGS.* WHITE ENAMEL WARE OR STEEL will not break; Gas Cooii Sloven; Hot Piales, Oll Cook Stoves, at :,<><? each! e?eganb new stock; cannot ho undercn'd; HARRIS HARDWARE CO., 400 East Broad. WINES AND LIQUORS. TO SAVE ??ONEY IN WHIsT-TErTTotr have to buy It at II, F. WADBRQP'S, 3(Vi Brook Avenue. There you can got old Bumgnrdner for ?3; Molwood. $2.50; Star Rye, $2; Bourbon, $1.50; Rose Rye, $1.23 gallon, and the best North Caro? lina Corn $2. Wines. cheap In propor? tion. FISH FISH! FISHI FOR THF NEXT TEX DAYS T WILL sell three larpe corned shad for 25c.'; three large mackerel, 25c; one dozen small mackerel, 25c. ; one dozen roo her? ring, iSc. H. F, WAL-DROP, 305 Brook avenue. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. JUST.) REOFIVED-A OAR-LOAI) "AnI derson" celebrated buggies, runabouts and sin-rles; latest styles, finest finish. Now Is the ilmo to buy. XV. K. BACHE & SONS, 1106 East Main Street. FLOOR STAINS AND VARNISHES. WE CARRY HARRISON'S FLOOR Stains and \"ernlsh"s: the best that can be had. ELBA'HARDWARE CO.. Henry and Broad Streets. WATCH REPAIRING. YOUR WATCH REPAIRED or cleaned by Wil, TOBIEX, Jr., |? ? Kiiarantee that It is done properly; 20 years' experience. Cleaning, $1,00; Main Springs, $1.00. *WS East Broad street. 'AH work guaranteed. DYEING /ANDiCLEANl?G. THF Pt.ACF TO HAVE YOl'R CBEAN Ing. dyeing, and repairing dune is at 21 East Main.' Mrs. R. S. FAB ER '& CO, SHOE REPAIRING. ?5C. V.'E REBlTIl.n HERDS: NO WFDliE shnpe scran nut In to shove out on ed'go and look ugly; 3Vo stitch our solos on Goodyear Eleotr\e Stltclier; no i>lg, ugly Hitches like th" cobbler sews by hand, Men's shoes lralfsoled, 75c; ladles', OOo.i best leather. "Morgan .i- Wright's" Rut> ber heels, 85o,! Red Cross rubber heels, ?5e. HIIKW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FAC? TORY. 710 B. Main P'.reel. 'Phone 2067, Our bicycle messenger servlcu goes any LAST CALL! DORMANT ROSES. TO CLEAR OUR OUOI'NDS FOR spring plant In?. Three-year Philadel? phia aril Crimson Ramblers and otber fine Roses, 25e", and under, If taken away by you, MERIT ROSE CO, Times-Dispatch Branches. t?J%i?la?Z\?A fe, ?"Vin ""'" distance from the Main O <? * T Thn"ri AV.* Dispute?,* Th? 'riino?-Ol.(,nto|i w.,,,.s E'/P ?? ^-^??Ar1"."'?-"? tl.Al'CIIi'F.lt'K DIU.'il BTORE Tu.-nlu ?a,,. iti,d'YMSails 8trants. '???nif-dfin \V. r. KANUS. yil3 K. I!r*,ar) 8|r0B. A. A. SCOTT. Tw.-niv.rlfii, ??,, ||,,,u,? ?*,.?., Tf?^S?t?**"ANT ? ?" ?'"??h? ?MU ?-H?S?, IAVnMKK' Nfc ? W-, M.r.h.11 T?ai?te'.8 1)Ki;n ST"R"' N?' ,3'1 Wait 1',,?;.eJ!l:VK,n,":1':' nro?K ?''"'?".? au,! ,'lay RADV'fi l'Uin STiinil li,,ri?n i),.,?,,,. ftf?.u5?uF?i?o1nORR'K"' liraw KOHLVS ?'MAKMACV, No. m WsM ??,?,? CITY IMlfO STORH. No, i:|, Fl... ....? Jl-USON ?'ir.VN'IN-iilIAM. .?,',,. :???; ,..? . ., oornei Twiuy-rlnit. '-a?t .Main. *'l*,-,. s,r!"?''T ^?^"MACV, No. tii fi(lua l'ulNi/rrXTii? 1,'MIX PAItl'.l.SIl (?,,. v.0' 41i Km? Hr..a.l Slreot. ' '>0- ,u Tin. l'AllA?'.'iN l-HAHMA'-V, .S'.,. f)l W?.? BATOK l-"'l?lt.MA<'Y. Tivinlj-Oeiuh 9ni ? ?^J<?vK,v,sArv,'u,,T. s.",,m ?'0*"" strsot. J. ,. l.hUIS. N'> , l.nai Hrnuil Streut '?).^i,l!'mu.M, WA1'KEH' Twn.iy-nf'th . and CAJ.TRIVS PRUO STCiUK. .S'o nos Hull W A PKRKIN'6. No i Wei| Tabt, Streol, I*, 'i-,-i-jr.*. Phona Ni. 176. ' 1*WKNTY;KtOHTH AND N KTHEFTT' MIJU? MACV. Twcuiy-viglitli auj n atreet*. *.. Ansew to vosterday's puzzle: Between pony's feet. - ? Willie Wntklns' aunt Is going to tul. o hlni out In the (into. Can you help hsr find him? _ ;_ -_' _NOTICE._, WANTED-THE PUBIJ?C TO KNOW that W. K. HACHE ?*>. SONS bave HUi* ceedcd tlie Bacho Diinlenient nnd Seed company, at H06 East Main Street, In th '? farming Implement, vehicle, harness nnd seed business. Your patronage Is re? spectively solicited. WE STAND~ltEADY AND WILLING to pay }100 for the production of u,ny case of pain wo cannot cure to stay cured. We ltliow how to sure sickness and we cure It. Defectlv?! hearing cured. Reference: Cured patients. DIVINE HEALING INSTITUTE, 219 East Clay street, Richmond, Va. NOT ICE-AT 1f>!l EAST~CARV s?'r?T?t Is tho place to get nil kinds of black smithing and woodwork done on short notice, with a guarantee of best work iiianshli*. Come nnd got our prices. WILSON ? BASINGER. SPECTAL NOTICE?DON'T THINK OV buying- a buggy before seeing our $10.60 ,1ol>: leather trimmed, leather quarter and stays and all nnrls right. F. C TTOENNIOER & BRO., No. 3 South Fifteenth Street. NOW IS THE TIME! CERTAINLY'!?! Of course!!! for "Crafts' Royal." if your dealer can't supply von. write THE ARTHUR J. CRAFTS CO.. Rich? mond. MHS. L. B. MORRTS IS NO LONGER connected with Fournurean. Temple ?<?* Co., hut has nncned now millinery par? lors nt 20S North Fifth Slreet. with . entire now stock of latest, millinery novelties. NOTICE AT 151' E. CA*RY STREET IS llie place to get all kinds of black smithing and wood work done on short notice -with a guarantee of bust work inans.ilp. . Come and get oui' .prices. WILSON & BA.TINGBR. MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF ?AWN lags, 'J'onts and 'flags in the South; prices right. H. E. COPELAND & CO., 108 North Ninth. 'Phone 2576. NOTICE?IF YOU WILL SEND ME ?.li I will send you a gnilon of corn whiskey, eight years old. BEN TERRY. Clarks ville, V?a. DRAWINGS OF ALL KINDS MADE quick and accurate. P. O. Box 712. IP YOU-W?NT YOUR HOUSE ON TIME give the contract to E, R. BROWN, Barton Heights, Va. WE MAKE BLUE PRINTS. RAIN OR. shine, by electricity. 2 North Eleventh. 'Phone 2281. JOB UICKEILSTA FF S EU US AND RE pairs all kinds of bicycles. 1811 E. Main. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED-EVERY ONE IN NEED OF a good cleaning past?* for washing th? linnds and for household and Icltlien use, to send I cents In stamps to P. O. Box tOS, Richmond, Va., for a free siunplo of KiUena. ' ' WE "WILL BE SURE TO PLEASE YOU If you call and'seo our selection of Wall Paper? ns It Is completo and pi-lees nro right. R. S. BUGG, DO? West. ?Main. 'Phono B">C7. IF IT'S FENCE WIRE YOU WANT, WE have It, from 1-foot to (j-l'eet. Try us on I.rices. New Store. 2 West Broad. VAUCIIAN'S. LADIES'^ "WORK A SPECIALTY-SUITS and Skirls cleaned., repaired or altered. Mrs. B, S. FARER ?1 CO.. 21'East Main. JOE BICKERSTAVF SELLS RASE imll goods and llshlng tackle. ISli is. Main. FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING. JACOB UMLAUF, 70,1 WEST. MA IN street, will pack nnd ship your furni? ture, china, etc., with care. Let him pack yours. 'Phone 3292. STORAGE. FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE rooms apply to RICHARDSON & OHAPPELu Storage Department, Bel vldere Building, WVYW1. *Maln Street. STEAM DYE WORK?. JOHN I, A TOUCHE. CLEANING, DYK Itig, pressing, semiring and repairing, French cleaning specialty, 'Phone 2119, 12:1 East Main street. RUBBER P-^'JTS REPAIRED. r.C. HALFKOLED, HEELS .'130. PATCil es 16c. and upwards. Water bays und rubber goods fixed. DREW'S EDEL? TRIC SHOE FACTORY, ,71ft E. Main. EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOLS WISHING TEACHERS AND teachers wishing politl?n for next boh sinn address CENTRAL TBAOHERS' AGENCY. Box 12, Richmond. Va, ~ EGG BAKING POWDER. EGG RAKING POWDER. MADE' op* whites of eggs, wheat phosphatui., bicarbonato soda; absolutely pure; saves eggs. MEN'S HAT REPAIRING. PANAMA AN'D STRAW HATS bleached, blocked, retilmm"d. AMERI? CAN HATTERS, toi East Marshall. Wo have no agents. UPHOLSTERING. SPECIAL MIDWINTER PRICES ON reupliolsterlag parlor furniture, couches, etc.. at J?rgen'? Furniture Store, ft9,42| East Broad street, W? accept month!/ or wc*?'kly payments on tlds work. SHEARS SHARPENED. JOE DICK ERHTA FK SHARPENS TAIL? cira' and barbers' shear... 1SR JL.. aiut.i. PERSONALS. THF PUPILS OF THE ART SCHOOL, 1112 Capital Street, Richmond, have no (lllllcttlty In getting positions or making an independent living. Inquiries from employers continue to come In for good designers, draughtsmen und for teach? ers. It Is n good Investment to enter this school. Spring and summer ses? sions now beginning, Day and night classes, WHAT IS ALABAS.TINE? IT'S A SUB ?ntiilo for whitewash; It stays on walls; It out) bo hud In any.color wanted, Call at New- Store, ' 2 West Broud. VA ya HAN'S. , MRS? bThTfABER g- (X). CLEAN ALL kinds fancy silk -waists and kid gloves. 21 East Main Street. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN IMPORTED and domestic patterns at i". B. BRAUBR'S. 120 E.'Broad Street. JOE niCKERSTAl'F'.TsHARPEN.S AND repairs hiwn mowers. LSI 1 E. Main. BUSmESSOPPORTUNITIES.;-. PATENT BUSINESS A SPECIALTY;' We buy and sell, ?promote und incor? porate companies for the Inventoria in .- lornnitloh furnished free of charge' best of reference. Call on or write LAN? CASTER & SEWARD, Room 13 Cham? ber' of Commerce Bldg.* Richmond, Va.' W?NT?TT ?' PAl?TNER, "'LADY ' . OR' young'mini, with $50 cash, lake charge good, .reliable legit?malo business; lirolils. SMO and ifpwiird per month; $1(5 per week, lo st.-irl. . Address .1 -1.12, care TtniVK-Dispatch. ,, wI'NTiSD^? .YOUNG -MAN BETWEEN twenty and thirty, -with $250; will In? struct him In a'Ver.\<\Vtfni.atlve. strict? ly legit?mate lino of "work, nmrfl take lilm as assistant. Addi'i-si?, G 3.11. " ' STOCK COMPANIES INCORPORATED. If you h&y.O stocks or bonds for sale, offer them tbrounli_ rnc -to Investors. GEORGE.. M. . KELLQGG, Broker, ,31.1 Ellleott' Siiunre, Bttfft'.lo "N, T. ?" ' ~W ANTED. YVANTED-AT ONCE; \'1 R Gl N I A Deer. Grey und Roll F,nx'?!*?? Squirrels, Phensiints, Wild ..... Geese, ... Wildcats; l?ngles and Cr'nun'dhoKs: Address LAKESIDE PARK. Rootir 021 Mlllitiil. Building. -.' ? -, '-. 'r WANTED-PA ] R OF AV?l '. L -B? ?O lvE Cnrrlngo-Horses: wight, oliven tlft;- ?<-? twelve liundrcl po?lds. Advertiser will I m, In city W.!'*?,lnv. r ".ti -.????i .V." to make appointment for afternoon. . Address F ,'ISS, caro Tlnios-DlspiiU'ii. I WANTED-.I.IX?O TO ' io.OO? ClIESTNCT Ties, r, luches thick, T-lnch face and un; eight foot, long; want best orlco f.* o. b. rais, nafnlng station. Address Box 2, Richmond, V.i. ?Ti?iT?ST~cAsiF PRICE PAID FOR second-hand clot bine and shoes. Send postal. MORAN & CO., 221*1 East. Main. W'ANTHD-A GOOD YOUNG COLI/EC tor. Address Box' ."?"?'??city. TO ''BUY- FURNITURE IN DARGE OR small quantities. Address P. O. Box 775. PAPER HANGING. BE SURE TO SEE MY SELECTION OF Wall Paper boforo placing your order. Nothing but first-class work. R. u. BRAUER. 120 E. Broad Street. ROSE'S! ROSES! ROSESI OUR 1? AND 2ol', ROSES WILL MAKE handsome hushes and bloom profusely this season. MERIT ROSE CO. .FINE*-' UPHOLSTERING AND MAT TRESSES,* JACOB UMLAUF, 'PHONE 3292, WILL repair and rouphplster. your furnlturo like new; will sell. you a nloo new Mattress: make old ones over like now, Prices reasonable. royaLT 77 oaillf.r'h eating chocolate is royal and popular with the musses. Sold everywhere, ??:'''''.? FOR SALE. u. FOR SALE-3 no It.-P. P. ?, '1', Bollera; 1 WH.-P. Loco. Roller; ,1 ftf M.-P. En? gine; 1 No. 2 "Lane" Double-CniTla-ro 'Siiw-M.ll); .1 40 IL-P. Boiler; 1. 26 VU-V. IL T. Boll?r'! 1 I? ?I.-P, R. T, Boiler; 1 30 IL-P. Engine; 1 2!>-Toli Locomotive ? und Logging Ours. All In good condi? tion, I'eliullt. C. B. FORD CO.. Ttii'g Shipyard. 'Phono 8028. ... ? i FOR SALE-A SPLENDIDLY BUILT case, suitable for nn archils?*!'*) office, to store drawings or plans. ' ,Tunt the thing for any ono heeding a lnrgo case with wide, ideep drawers. Cheap to tiuic'? buyer. ApplV Tlmos-Dlflpntch Business Oliice, 010 East Main Street. TRIGG SHIPYARD EQUIPMENT. CON ststlng of mnchlrtory. tools. stot'Afwrn supplies, motors (IB It.-P. to 120 II.-P.), belling (single nnd double leather), shafting, pulleys,- hangers, ate. Lumber and fire wood cheap.- Address S. M. TOMLINSON, Shipyards, Richmond. Va. JN?UI?BS,1!-M.?Ij1DS,"'?M.U^BSt-?. H. 'TUA??? fer Company; of) head voulu: mules, prices $100 to ?150 n pair. Sec. SUPERIN? TENDENT, at Cninpanv's Slnblo.-v 41., 417 North Pnea 'Street, Baltimore, Mil. ALBEMARLE SWEET CU) ER BY HAH? rsl or carload; also manufacturers cl suoerlor snow white corn meal. Write for prices. GREENWOOD GRIOT ?V CIDER MILLS. Greenwood Depot. Va., ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN on Awnings, Tents and Flags; proirrpt work; large stock. H. E. C?PELAND ?it CO. 'Phoao 2576. FOR SALE?A SMALL AND WELL-SK lected stock of drugs and llxttires; a rare opportunity for ono wishing to cq.ni . moneo business; bargain to a. iiulck pur? chaser. Address G., Box <S2, Rlchiuoinl, Va. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS FRESH eggs for sale through the season; I,} <?ggs for ?51.00. $6.60 per 100. NOAH MOSES, Chatham. Va. FOR SALE-SECOND-HAND TRAP IN good order; cheap to a quick buyer: also second-hand Grocery -Wagon, good as now; a bargain. B. C, BRISTOW, 1C0O East Franklin Street. , $3.75 FOR A ROUND SELF-FEEDER Stove, isinglass doors, ut JURGEN'S - FURNITURE, STORE; 419-421 East Broad street. THE BEST VARIETIES AND - THE best Rose Bushes In Amortes, $1.00 per dozen and up. MERIT ROSE CO., W. ? jO'raco and Cedar. FOR SALE-A GOOD TOP GROCERY' wagon;' newly, painted; have use .of. shelter for same: worth $G0.irt. . X'rico, $I.-..(H). Call 2201. Venablo Street. ? SPJtlNICL?NG LIME; .USl'fiT FREELY in your yard, your cellar, vour chlcKelf-" house. Ry? pccf? or-ton. VA ROHAN'S' NEW STORE. ?> West Broad Street. '.' FOR SALE-lOO.OOl) GOOD SECOND lliind Brick, near corner Ninth and Cl'av .Streets. Apply to WALLER TAYLOR ?X: SON. 109.North'Elght?'.?ith Street,., .. BARGAIN.. FOR A QUICK BUYER 'flnc.p?ythg.lu'.ioh room; strict Investiga lion nuotfid. Answer.qt.ilck. G 3D?|..eare ?Times-Dispatch. '?'. . ', il'?jR"Evl?-a first-class la dips' .and Gent's Restaurant on Broad street. doing a good business: good reasons for. selling; none hut those meaning busi? ness need apply. Address G 313. caro Tlirres-Dlspatch. FOR SALE, CHEAP. WHITE OYNX. Wall Soda Fountain;' s?*cond hand. ,E. A. MORRISON. Petersburg, Vn. JOE BICKERSTAFE MAKES KEYS and' repairs locks. '181.1 E. Main. ?;?"'[' BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES. THE 1900 "STKT.Y.ING" BICYCLE. "Bullt."llko a' wntcti.!'' Factory !i price ?last year. $45; our price for 19im;, $1(1.50. Cno'tusproof. Single-Tube Tires. ?.l.OT; "National" Single Tires.' Sl.?O. Tile best at n. cheap price. HARRIS HARD? WARE CO. POULTRY WIRE. 2C. YARD UP: CHEAPER BY THE ro'l; large stock on band. Se? us bo foro you buy. ELBA HARDWARE __eo._:_: CARPENTERS' AND MECHANICS' ? TOOLS. UNION MADE; THE MOST COMPLETE stock hi Richmond. My price-? ploaao everybody. HARRIS HARDWARE CO., 409 East Broad street. iMACHlNERYi! SPECIAL AND PATENTED MACIHN dry built. Let un develop your-moolinnl cul ideas along that patent you have been' thinking about; liberal proposition. C. P.. FORD CO., Trlgg Shipyard. ?Phono ?1028. ~ PLUMBING. PLUMBING. GAS FITTING. . TINNING nnd all kinds of shoot metal work done in first-class manner. Hot-air furnaces, ranges and" flroplnco stoves, ti. W. DORSET ,*& CO., 718 East Cary street. 'Phono '.'?117. __ JAP-A-LAC FLOOR STAINS. FLOOR OIL AND STAINS, A I ,L KINDS. ? Washable Gold Enamel, Ri'.uli?.:.!,' pin rus, etc.; large, now stock; prieo w il please nil. HARRIS HARDWARE CO., 409 E, Broad Streot. >? m ?aaiaa?^^?;^^ Everybody is Learning to Skale In Ine Big Rink at the Reservoir Three Sessions Daily, 10 to 12, 4 to 6 and 8 to 11 Tuesday and Friday mornings '".'"" for Ladies' and Children only Moving Pictures Every Night Except Friday j Races, Skating Contests and Other Events Every Friday Night Band Concerts Every Atternoon and Night | Free Sacred Concerts Every Sunday Afternoon, 3 tp: 5 O'clock asesas ? i ? i AMUSEMENT. agaaw-aaa- _i ii aaa. The Loges and Boxes POR THE Thirteenth Annual M?sic Festival . will' bo SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION on Frlthiy, April anth, ?I 1 P. 7,1,, nt Uio;Cluli Office, No,* 301.1- Eu?t .Mu.hi Street (Oplnir-lle I'osl-orflei), H,ai,.i1?aai^?i^ii.. aja. up ana.iaa.lii ?? m P <??lM*u**m*miB aJay.aai.aaa, ,i ?mjaaamipw?.^^?^ aaaa?aa^ja*rr.>.a?la<W?aaLiall?ailaaa.iii?l ?????i K, n ?iaala.a??>ii?,iilli..ftftaaa>.'.,<,.fciur, Academy, April 21st; MM. <"? N?rIiI. RH'IlAltp I'ARLI-VS .MIOK III K?.'T MUSICAL The'Maid and tiic Mummy WITH HI?! COMPANY AND CHORUS, I'i-liw: .Vl'srlit, 25, ?5, SO, 75c, II, |?.3'I? Mall f??a n-' ?rjc".!1.-.._t?_ BIJOU--AII This Week. barn?yg?more IN A ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLiN The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AN? CLAY STREETS. Open dally from 9 A. M. to DP. M. Admis** ??oti.-?O cent?. l*'iou urn ?jnturdny. i The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 10 A. M. TO fi ??. M. ADMISSION. Oc. FREE ON SATURDAYS. BASE-BALL, rtj HARVARD RANDOLPH-MACON, ? April IStii. General Admission, 25c. Grand Stand, 15c. Gamo called ?R(fO 1?. M. "BANKRUPT NOTICE. 1NTHH DISTRICT COURT OF THE I1??ITED STATUES FOR THE EAST ' ERN DISTRICT .'.OR VIRGINIA. ? , "In" the Matter of R | No. ?Sl Gus E. Per/klnsiui'o'r (ho , Firm of ifulclu'r & Perklnson1 ,'iankrupts. ? ll?nnkrpptoy. ORDER OF NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE. - .OivthlH Kidi day of April. A. D., iai?. op ?reading* Hie rpelltion lor discharge of th?.bankrupt, It Is * : Ordered by the court, Hint a hearing he hurl unori tho same on th" ^Slli HAY OF APRIL. A. IX-, 1900; be'for? m Id 'court;'rU Rlchiuoiul. in said district," at 12 d'eloolc noon: ami Unit notice, thereof ./be pub llshVl- In the Tliin-s-Dlspiueh. u ' news? paper printed In said district,, mid that Jill'"kiiOwnt'T.riJi?o?'? and other persOnH In. interest'irt'iy, ?puna-.*fi.t ?hcrsn?d lime and place,'a ml show cause, If any tliey have, why the. .prayer of ?ho said petitioner should not. b,v granted. ? .And It is furtlier ordered' i*y '.'ie court, that llio clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of hi Id ? petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence ns stat-f-i. Witness tho Honorable Edmund ?Wail (1111, Jr., judge of said court, and the seal thereof, at Richmond, In s'.ld district, on the Kith day of April, A D., 1000. Attest: O.- E. LOWDEN, Clerk. fSenl,") , Ry Joseph P. Rriniy. Deputy Clerk. ? John -A. ,T-nn,Vb, Attorney for BiMiknipt. Berber Shop Opening. Look ?>ut for CHARLES KELLER'S barber shop opening on West "Main Streit, Rieliiiiond. ?bout April 20th. Look good In Richmond, bul look better in Suffolk by shavlngpt Keller's parlors, .V.'l Main' Street. SVIton you get to Norfolk, ?look your' best by stopping at Feller's shav? ing shops. 'All white barbers". All bar-* bers' supplies furnished by addressing Charles Keller, Suffolk. Vn. ? .millinery"." T~ NEW AND PRETTY DESIGNS IN Spring Millinery, Imported and Domestic Trimmed Hals. Call and select what you need for the season. Prices will surprise you. Mrs. JULIUS REAR, 1423 East Main street. IF YOU \VANT THE VERY LATEST In Easter Millinery be sure to call and see tho bonutlful display, all the latest shades and shapes, at Mrs. M. .1.. WOHTHAM'S, 21(1 N. Third Streot. . . .COA L A Nir'w??T)7'~" ? THE COAL RTIHKE WON'T INTER fero with prices of my woqri; because I '/\.va tho largest stock of, wood. In the ?Jty and getting In Bovprt'l earn enrli day. I>is original N. C. Hart Pine and Oak?, linrf cord ' pinn JS.An:, half cord mixed $2.IV). Yards?Rowo and Marshall, 'phone 11120; 1201 West ??rond, "phono 1009, ? LONG, tho Wood Man. FOR CASH, HALF CORD OF* PINE* Wood. ?2.D0, Oak, J2.I!*,: Splint Coal, H.V,. ? lee delivered momptly nt'.'l'le. per ' n/i | pounds. TYLER & RYANVLIndon and Gary. 'Phono 107!). w^iTTnId^??tl. if yo o \\\?>i:ir~/< Iniil of wood nnrl coal, see A. E. LONG . 1000 East Main Street. He has a plan . m?it wlji I'.Jlow ynu to. ;ny by the ivfipk, , 'Pl?ono .1203. __?'__ ?_ \T"\\K C? -OSE U I " I ?'" O I'll PL' ,T 111 NO j Inivncb and only run a irunl:, bus and ] suit case store, we couldn't rut) a belief1 ' ? ii?u? than we du now, All the new In no- ' vallons In thing." for tr:ive|ers?.lrappln(?8 tu he' luid' only nt RHRK Y'H---are nove, . ready "?* "" M'ieaj and running u clotUr lug Kl"l"e, to?, eiia'n:,*..* pv !?? sell 'cm i hen per, O,, 11. HURRY as CO, wi'Iw'ant you to uali.-at fuel isAbJ*' Hroad Street and convince yourself thut we have the larBOfCt and b?sit lino of Trunks ain't Tfavtilng Necessities.in tlia city! rep'-trlng (loiiu. H. V,. ROLN* TREI* t*i ?M'ttJ., Trunk mid pay Co. . . >? I?V?GTICATI?Nf'. f '[FISHING TACKLE. TAX NOTICE. ?pilleo Collector ci:y Taxes, city Hail Richmond, Vu., April 1, I9uu. LICENSER TAX. CITY LICENSES FOR THE YEAR 1906. have been placed In my hands for collec? tion, rind are duo noiv, as follows: DETECTIVES. EI.ECTRIGIANS EXPRESS COMPANIES. Fi.SU AND OYSTERS. FRUIT , STANDS, Etc. IMPOUNDING LOTS. INTELLIGENCE. OFFICES. .JUNK DEALERS. LIQUOR DEALERS A.'li .-.l?salo. Re 1611. Bottling, Wholesale Malt. LIVERY STABLES. LOAN OFFICES. LUMBER '' MEABCRERS. MERCANTILE AGENCIES. PIIOTCJORA PHERS. PRIVATE BANKERS. PRIVATE EN TEP.TAINMENT. PUBLIC ROOMS. RESTA L'RANTS. SNACKS. STORAGE TELEGRAPH ,fc TELPJI'HONE .GOMPANH.B. THKmVTRES. VETERINARY * '^'SUI.GKONS. ' * :;?tc., ?vc. uav ' 111 i .-r tax ! on ??r ,-iil be subject tc AGENTS--- ? ? Automobile Baggage und Ex? press, Collecting, il n sura nee, Labor," ' Land, ' Manufactured Ar? ticles, Renting Houses, Railroad Ticket, Steamship Lines, Typewriter?!' ARCHITECTS; ATTORNEyS AT LAW, ADCTIONEERS Generul, Real Estate; Tobacco, ? Common Crier. BILLIARD TABLES. BOA It DING ? ' HOUSES. BROKERS? Cattle, . Commercial, Insurance, Merchandise, Pawn, Railroad Ticket, ?Ship.? Stock, 'T<jbiU;eo, ? ?Building and 'Lbair Assoc'ns CHEMISTS. CHIROPODISTS. COMMISSION . MERCHANTS. CONTRACTORS. DENTISTS. Parties falling to before APRIL-.TO. 1W.J, tho penally . proscribed by the City Ordl natues, wh'ch is not le.iii ti??p ?l nor mp.'o thrin $:?) per .lay for eio-h day's business carried on ??ftor Avail "(I, 1990; the same to bo import-d- by tD? Police -.Iturtiee; .' F. XV. t.'i'NNINGHAM. . -apli-lino Cclb-ctoi" City Taxe/-. .SEALED PROPOSALS.. ntnfc?ors : Prap?sals'for the. construction of three miles of road bed, approximately twenty two .thousand cubic yard.? of excavation;' In,Warren Co.. N. (',.; will be received by the Grcenlcaf Johnson Lumber Co., of Norfolk, Va,, .up to noon. WEDNESDAY; April 2?*., 1906. Profile and specifications may be seen at the company's office lit' Vmighnn, N. C, on Ihn: Seaboard Air Lino Railroad. Tho right to reject tiny' and all bids Is reserved. ? ? * ?"' GREENLEAF JOHNSON 1.UMBER CO. 1 , Va?ghan, N. C. GENERAL DEPOT OF 'l'?lE QUARTER ? [muster's Department, Washington, i). C, April,-W -iFiD-H'.'.?led nroporttlti; in ?triplicate will 1" received ut this ofllcti ? until 2 o'clock P. .\L. Tuesday, May 15, 1000, an?I tli?-i? publicly ...jiencl. for fur iilshlng and .dclly.?r.iig fuel und forage ni Waiiiliigiiui Barracks und .Vai.hlng-' . ion, D. (.'.: Forts Myer ami H'tnt, Va.: Fort ?Washington, .Md.-, anil Arlington National Cemetery. Va.: Charlotte, il. C.: Richmond. Va.: Annap'iis. Md., and ?nrlnorul oil ?it Washington, D. C, Also I for removing aflies and rcfust! matter. , furnishing Ice. launderhie: towel;?, and . shoe'ug anliiiaN. Ill Washington, ]), C, during, f he. flsonl .year commencing Julv 1," 1900. . Blank forms rind instructions' :for making proposals nnd further In? formation will he furnished' Intending bidders mn' application to Oils office. ' A. XV. BUTT. Cnplala and Qiiarterinns (er, U. S. Army. In charco o? depot. Old Dominion Building 'nnd Loan AKKOe'n tlop, Richmond. A'n.. A-ir'l in. I?"'!. BIT-if! ARETNVITEH FOR THE PI'R chasi* of tho r?innlnJng nsspts of tho ??-??-?oclaflr.il, n list of which can be se?*h ; -nt the oilier, of the asso.latloi, 1300 East Mn'ti Streel: Ihe same to be pold for casli. tlic-'ni?oolallon reserving 'he right to relect itiiv or all liMs, B'ds to ho opened ?>n f'rldny, April 20, 1P00. nt 13 - o'clock noon. For further information ' apply at tho nfiw? >*f ihn association, v E- A, BARBER. Treasurer. MEETINGS SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. , .. - Now York. February 2. iron. NOTICE -IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT A 1 general meeting of tho stockholders of Southern Railway Company! has been called bv the Board of Directors, and ,wll| lie held at tho principal ofllce of thn company In the city of Rlohmond, Virginia, on "Wednesday, the JSth day of April, 1900, at 10 o'clock In tho fore? noon, ?for tho purpose of considering an 18SU0 and sale of Development and Oeti? eral Mortgago Bonds by Southern Rail? way Company, and the creation or a inorlgngo upon tho property of the com? pnnv to scour? the same, ?ill as proposed In the communication or Samuel Spen? cer' president, to the Voting Trust?es, dated Februnry .1. lDT.il and of actlrif,' on suph othor hu-inosn ns may lie law? fully brought before the mooting. The trnnsfor books of both preferred nnd 1 common slock of Oils cninpnny will ho closed on April 7. If**..?1, nnd opened ngnln on April Hi. 1900. By order of the Board of Directors. R. D, LANKFORD. Sec? retary, Kiil.l, .'.veinj; "'.I !??'. -gin 'tie, "Voll a r??)iiqnabio wi'.l.lb CALIFORNIA Where you can rpjoj Rontln?*;, Biillilng, Fishing, Golllng, Rldlr.r,', Driving. Shool ing, 'I'cnnlN. nnd all outdoor spoiiH Every Day In llio Year. SOUTHERN PACIFIC Operate? dally from NEW ORLEANS TO'SAN FRANCISCO. Sunset Express . Tin versing. . LOUISIANA,: .TEXAS.'i/N'gW MEXICO, ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA. JiKiuhe Piper Building,? Biilllmuro Sties., ' , Baltimore. Md.; . ? 032 Clwutnuf ?Uact, Pliila?l?l4*t-1?..