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^ ,..,,.,.,..:-.. II II..NtMMMWMM THE R/VTE for Classified tWant Advertising is i cen$ per ,-word, witli a tninimum cost of io cents for each inscrtion, wnell paid in advance, and 25 cents ?when charjred. The same ratc applies to deaths, marriages, obit uarics and all other classified notices. No display type allowcd in the classified columns. Tim^-tolpatch Branches, ' Tho followlng. JJranch Oftlcei havo boen MUbllBhod for the bonollt of thoae llvlnu Rt a dlatnnco from tho Maln Offlco of Tlie Tlmoe - Dlapatch. Tho Tlmes - DlBpnlcli Wuntii left al nny of tlicao branches will rocolvo tho sarno caroful uttonthm at though thoy liad boon lott ut the Maln Olllco, ond thuro will bo no cxtra coil to tho adycrtlsor: BLAUailTER'S DRUQ STORE. Twonty nfili and Vcnablo Streets. >V. lf, EANES, 2813 East Uroed f.treot. A. A. SCOTT, 'i'wonty-llftli and llroad Streets. .-WILLIAMS' PUARMACY, Twcnty-nrst and Marahall Streela. TARRANT, C-RANT & CU., Foushoo and ilioua BtroetB. O. W. LAT1MER, .No. 800 Wost Marshall Stroet. TUOMl'SON'8 DRUO STORE, No. 1121 Weat Main Stroot. J. L. HEVER1DOE, Drook Avonuo and Clay Btrecl. UAUY'B DllUCJ STORE, Barlon llcluhta. PEOPLE'S 11KUO BTOllE, No. 3000 Wll llumaburg Avonuo, Fulton. HOB1NH' I'lIARMACV, No. JO0 East Mar Bhall BtrooL CITY DRUG STORE, No. 11*11 Eaat Malt Btrcot, corner Firtoonth. JUDSON CUNNINC1HAM, No. 2027 Eos Maln, corner Twenty-flrat. .-VYALUS PIIARMACY, No. 331 South l'lni Btrcot. K1RK-1-ARRISH CO? No. 112 East Broai Btrcot. THE PARAOON PUARMACY. No. 80: ?West Cary Street. EATON PUARMACY, Twcniy-clEhth am N Btrcsta. ItlSON'H PIIARMACY, No. 113 Cana Stroot. \ J. T. LEWIS, No. 4 Eaat Broc.l Street. HUNDLEY & WALKEn, Twcnry-flfth an. LelRli BtruuU. KOIITUSIOB l'HARMACY, Flfth an. llttUtr .Stitcts. CARTER'S DRUQ BTORE, No. 1102 Ilul 8lroqt, Munchestcr, TWKNTY-EIOUTU AND N STREET PUARMACY, Twenty-elBhth and N 811 O. T. W. ICERX, INC, c >rncr Twcnty-flft: and Church Hill Avenue. EAST PUARMACY. No. 2001 Q Streot. TI.MES-DI81-ATCU, No. 40 North bycamor Street, Petersburg;. TIMES-DISI'ATCH, No, 215 Elgbth Strcol Lynch' urg. I ,. . . ... ' Help Wanted?Male. MEN TO DISTR1BUTE fiAMPLEi tack slgns; $20 weekiy. Steady; n cunvaHsinK. Ol.lVER, Monroe Bullt l.ig, Chlcugo, 111. WANTED, A MAN* AS HEAD CL.EH1 in my atore; must havo knowledg of bookkeoplng; one having had ex perlence ln a country atort: preferret nono but Bober, eiiergotlc men nee upply. Givo rofercncu and stut uulnry expected; prefer man 25 to ! years old. A. E. P1TTS, Arvonia, V WANTED, FOR U. 8. ARMY, ABL1 boUledA unmurrled men, between agi of 21 nnd 35, cltlzens of the Unitc States, ot good character and tempei ate hablts, who cun spoak, reud ar wrlto Engllsh. For Informatlon appl to EECRUITING OFF1CEK, 820 Eu: Urond Street, Rlchmbnd, Va. WANTED, A GOOD SAWYEK, WHIT or coiored. Stute whether marrk or singlo and wagos wanted. N drinklng man need apply. -.Addrei at onco \V. H. G., caro PostnittBte Li-.e, Goocliland' county, Va. WANTED, TWO BOOKKEEPI2RS. Al piy by mail to ATLANT1C B1TI tdTHIC CO., Box 372, statlng o? perlence und salary deslred. Onl lirBt-cluss, competent men wanted WANTED, FIRSTCEASS COOK FO instltutlon; modern convcnlencea ni good salary-*, male preferred. Wrl to Ult. J. 10DWARD ilARIUS, Iroi ville, Va. ,Wa1*JTED, MACHINISTS TO WORK 1 ono of tho best shops ln Atlant; good placuB for good men; open sho 13. VAN WINKIiE GIN AND MCI WKS., Atlantu, Oa, Wanted, freight car carpbj ters and car ropalrmen. Apply CHESAPEAKE A*\D OHIO KA11 WAY 8KOPS, both at Soventeeni Street und Fulton, WANTED, JOB COMI'OSITOU steady work; must bo sober and r lluble. FRINTER, care Tlmes-Di putch. Iticlimond, Va . WANTED, MIDDLE-AGED MAN '1 tuko caro of lodglng-liouae. $12.00 month, with bourd und lodglng. 8 E. Broad Street. WANTED, 50 LABORERS AND 0 CA! ponters, Must bo hustlera. App 1MPROVEMENT FOREMAN, Amei can Eocomotlvo A\ orks. WANTED, YOUNG MAN TO TAK charge of blndory; stnto cxperlen and qua'llflcatlohs, Address J 00, ca thls ofllco. -, WANTED, OFFICE BOY IN I'EUM Ing sliop. Apply II. A. CAUTER, 4 East Marshall Street. WANTED, A PORTDR TO WORK J Storo. Apply C. 1.1. HARPEU 1IAR WARE CO., 012 1*3. Marshall St. WANTED, GOOD JOR PRESS FEE or. Must bo accurate. Apply 202 Flfth Stroot.. .WANTED, FIRST-CEASS AD.-MA union olllco; steady positlon. Addn DA1EV PRESS, Nowport Nows, V: WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED GR cery clerk nt onoo, Address D 6 curo thls olllco. WANTED, AT ONCE, FOUR FirtS clnsB coatinakers, THE TAT BROWN CO., Chnrlotte, N. C. WANTED, ONE Fl RST-CI,A.SS SHO iniiker. Wages $10 to $11 per woi Apply 1201 Wosl Maln. .WANTED. f.UNCl t-COUNTER MAN . suo io. Broad Strot^t_. Situation Wanted?Male .WANTED, A I'OSITION BY YOUi inurrled man in a wliolosolo slu Ikiiiso havo had years' oxpOrlonco tlm gnnortil ninrchiindlso buslno ?wiuing io do anythlng for promotl AddrcHH I). E. A? Eoek Rox. 197, E Durhuni, N. 0, .WANTED, POSITION A.S DRUG CEE1 hy young man wlth ono yeur ut C logo of Phiiriiiaoy. Cun fyrnluh r oronoos, Address SAEOL, 3M E C Btroot, city. .WANTEn, BY JUl,Y 1ST, PO.SITJ nu hotel clerk. Addross CEEUK, c thls ofllco. Help?Male and Female, .WlllTE MAN AI<D WlFEi AVANTJiil mnn to work on fnrm, wlfo to asi ln cooklng und washlng ln smnll fi llv. Wrlto or call. ROBE . qiUWVIS, Drowry's Bluff, Vu. ONE CflNT A WORD. Help Wanted?Female. COMPETENT COOIC WANTED. Al? ply 801 E, Lclgh, GOOD WAS11ER AND IRONER DH BlrcH work for privntti fnmlllus, Ad druHH 713 Bowo Stroot. WANTED, SETTLED WHITE WOMAN to coolt und help gehordlly ln ooun Iry home; two In family. Good wagos antl good homo. Apply L. BKll'WlTH, Clinrlotlesvlllo, Va. WANTED, EXl'EIUENCED DEMON Rtrntor; storn domonstratlon. Apply Friday aftornoon Mr. REGLEY, 923 East Maln' Stroot, third Iloor, 1 Situation Wanted?Female. EXPEKIENCED HAND WANTS SEW Ing to do, AddrcHB F 413, caro thln ofllce. WANTED, POSITION BY COMPETENT, oxporloncod ludy stonogruphcr. Can furnish boBt of reforoncos. Address GENERAL DELIVERY, Lynchburg, Va., care thln olllco. Solicitors and Salesmen. WANTED, HY A BRIOHT, ENEHGET1C youiiK man, n position an clty Bales mon or traveling' BiilcBinan. AddroBB S 213, caro thla ofllce. Agents Wanted. AGENTS WANTED FOR W. J. BltY nn'B ono-volunio work, "The World and Its Ways." 600 puges, ovor 200 ongravlngs. Tho greatest sollor over oitorod. Books roady for dellvery. Sond 60c for canvasslng outflt nnd terrltory. AddroHB CIIAS. L. VAN . NOPPEN, Gruonsboro, N. C., genoral agent for Vlrglnia and North and South Carolina. $20 A WEEK.?EXPENSES ADVANC ed. Man or woman to travol for manufacturer, and appolnt agents, for houaehold neceBBlty. Good pay for homo work or part time. ZIEGLER CO., 221 LocUBt St., Phlla? delphia, Pa. AGENTS WANTED, EITHER SEX, TO aoll our up-to-dato llno of household goods. You can mako $50 a weok on thlB llne. Wrlto for cataloguo at once C. A. MOORE & CO? No. 2029 Madlson Avenue, Baltlmore, Md. MAN WANTED IN EACH COUNTY TO Bell wlro flshtraps on halves. Price, $2.00. TRIMBLE & CROWSON, Oak Hill. Ohlo. Boarding. HOUSE PART1E8 OF FROM 20 TO 24 thlnklng of coming to oxposltlon ?will do woll to write to Mra. W. S. THOMASON. No. 613 Twenty-olghth Street, Park Placo, Norfolk. Va, NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AND EX collent board. 1002 E. Clay SL PARTIE8 CONTEMPLATING A TRI1 to tho oxpoBltlon or wlBhlng board during summer will wrlto Mrs. C. H HART, Smlthflold, Va. PERMANENT TRANSIENT AND TA blo boardors wanted at D16 Nortr Elghth. WANTED, PERMANENT AND TRAN alent boardors. at THE LURAY, 401 E. Maln Streot; exccllent table; nlci rooms. Board Wanted. WANTED, TO RENT TWO UNFUR nlahed rooms. wlth board, ln suburbai Boctlon; atato terms and Iocatlon. Ad dress N. S. P., care thlB offlce. WANTED, ROOM AND BOARD Bl Blnglo gentleman. State terms. Ad dress C 484, this offlce. Flats Wanted. WANTED, TO RENT FIVE OR SIX room houso or Ilat; modern and li good condition. Address A 540, car, this ofllco. Flats For Rent. FOR RENT. SEVERAL LARGE CON nectlng rooms, aoeond Iloor, wltl rtlning-room, kltehen and servantf rooms at 104 N. Nlnth. VERY DBSIRABLE FURNISHEI housekceplng apartment of sevei rooms at THE CHESTERF1ELD. DESIRABLE FLAT, FURNISHED Ol unfurnlshod. 221 N. Twenty-flfth. Real Estate Wanted. WANTED, TO BUY A HOUSE HAVINI ABOUT SEVEN OR EIGHT ROOMS WITH MODERN IMPP.OVEMENTJ SOUTH OF BROAD STREET. II REPLY. GIVE FART1CULARS, LC OATION AND i.ASH PRICE. AD DRESS D 412, 1HIS OFF1CE, CITY. Real Estate?For Rent. STOREHOUSE, FERRUM, VA.; RES' stand In placo. W. C. COUSINt Nathallo, Va. Real Estate?For Sale. FOR SALE. THE FAMOUS WATERIN' place, Rawley Sprlnga, Va.,, Rocklng lmm county. Address R. S. SWITZEI Exocutor, Harrlsonburg, Va. WANTED, A PURCHASER FOR . eontrally loeated, atenm-hoated, m< dlum-slzed Mnln Street ofllce bulli lng. Address P. O, Box 484. clty. 8-ROOM HOUSE. BROOKLAND PARI just completed, two largo lots, fc $2,750. Apply to E. R. BROWN, Bai ton Helghts. 7-ROOM HOUSE. CORNER LOT, AL modern, Barton Helghts, $2,500. I R. BROWN. F-6r Sale. WANTED. TO SELL A FEW UHAltli of Btock ln Fair Japun Gojnpun; thla compnny Iuib tlio oxclush Japancso concoBslon from tho Jamc towil Exposltlon Company; largo r turus on stock; sond for propoctu Addross FAIR JAPAN COMPAN Athmtlo Trust Building, Norfolk, \ NIGHT CObD CURE AV1LL ABS< lUtely ciiro your oold, Ooos not mal you slok, no bud after-effects; opr whllo you sloop, Sold by WAGNli DRUG CO, nnd BLANKS, Proscrl Hon Drugglat. STOCIv-REDUCING SALE.?$75 TC Buggy, $00; $125 Rubbor-Tlro Ru nbout, $100; $150 Rubbor-Tlro Su roy, $120. A full llno at popul. pricoa, A, MEYER'S SONS, 120 Elghth Stroot. 11ANDSOME RUBBER-THtED RUI about; mtiilu to ordor und only ua t'<>\v weoka. Cun ho aonn tit A1N LIE CARRIAtiE COMPANY, FOR SALE, LARGE DALE 0UUCK8 / 75c. por 100 pounda whllo thoy Jai W. J. TODD, 420 N. Sixth Stroot. 425 WILL 11UY FIVE TAHLE OOUN' oro nnd forty foet sholving, wl drawora. Apply 10 & Fiftnunth St. $450 PIANO FOR SALE; CHEAP FC cash. Rollnblo mako, Ownor lonvli clty. Addross F 532, caro this ofllo FOR SALE, ALL KINDS OF FUHis turo at tho now big atoro, Adnnis u Broad Streeta. JURGENS. w&ratew&iiitr It pays to use Times-Dispatch Want Ads.. because they al ways give quick results. Cost one cent a word. No ad. less than ten cents. Business Opportunities, WANTED, A PARTNER WITH $2,500. Golden opportunlty to mako money I at the Jamostown Exposltlon. Full Informatlon on appllcatlon. Conces slon mado 300 per cent. at Buftnlo and St. Louls. No bulldlngs to con Btruct or suhirlcs to pny. Money In vosted will bo protocted wlth prop? erty. Answer to F, W. MURP1IY, Ocn eral Dcllvery, Norfolk, Va. FOR SALE, THE STOCK FIXTURES and good will ot the drug business which was succossfully conductod for the past forty-two years at the cor? ner of Twenty-flfth and Broad Streets by tho late Albert A. Scott. Dr, R. HUNTER SCOTT, 'phono 903. . JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION RESTATJ rant and Cafo Conccsslon, wlth llquor prlvllege, on water-front. Ownor de slros $5,000 to complete building and oqulpmont, clther on loan basls or will sell Interest, Address "QU1CK," thlsiofllce. GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY FINE drug etore, central corner; one of the best towns Virglnla: $2,000 stock; must sell; take one-thlrd value; an? swer qulck. Box 910. Rlchmond, Va.".. care W. H. Roy. PENN.'-WYOMING COPPER STOCK; divldends 12 per cent., payable 3 por cent. quarterly. Llrnited amount for sale nt $1.25 per share. Address K 145, this offlco. V.'ANTEI*. MANACKK FOR OFFICE buslnoss; no compotltion; oxcluslve control; opportunlty to become woalthy. THE INDUSTRIAL ASSO? CIATION, JacKsonville, Fla. FOR SALE, RETAIL GROCERY AND llquor business; llno llquor trade, paylng well; will sell cheap. Apply at 832 E. Maln Street, Room 12. Personal. EVERY DEPOS1TOR IN A BANK IS cqually entitled to tho greatest se curlty ana tlio beBt servlce, The Flrst Natlonal Bank of Rlchmond, Va., undoubtedly affords both, and ln vltos accounts from all classcs need lng the facllltles of a strong, large, courteous bank. Asaets, $9,000,000. Organlzed Aprll, 1865. SKIN AND COMPLEXION BEAUTI ller. BlankB'B Velveteen Eotlon cleans and softenB the skln, heals and pro ventB chapB, removes plmples and blackheads. No tollet is complete wlthout lt. Prlce,, 16c and* 25q per bottle. Sold by VVAQNER DRUG CO. and BLANKS, Prescriptlon Drugglst. HANDSOME RUGS AND DRUGGETS woven from Old carpets. Mrs. A. J. PYLE, 315 North Flfth. WANTED, EVERYBODY TO VISIT the South's largest turnlturc store, at Adams and Broad. JURGENS. Notice. nctice! HORSEMEN!?THE STAND ard bred trotting stalllon Wealth, 2:10, alred by Gambetta Wllks, dam Magnolla, by Norfolk, owned by Colonel W, II, Chapman, of Orange county, Va., has been placed ln tho hands ot I, J. Cofftn, Secretary and Treasurer of tho M, Kelly Horse and Mule Company, and will make the season at Stonerldge Stock Farm. Address all communlcatlons to I. J. COFFIN, Nlneteenth and Franklin Streets, Rlchmond, Va. 'Phono 4464-L City 'phono 5429. EVERY DEPOSITOR IN A BANK IS equally entitled to tho greatest 6e curlty and the best servlce. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH? MOND. VA., undoubtedly affords both, and invltos acco.unts from all olasses needlng tho facllltles of a strong, large, courteous bank. Assets, $9, 000,000. Organlzed Aprll, 1886. WE HAVE EVERY FACILITY FOR looking nfter tho rental of your houses; having appllcants for houses overy day; llst them wlth us and we can rent them for good prices. Ad? dress McGUIRE & CASPER, No, 7 1-2 North Eleventh Stroot, STUDENTS!?50C WILL BRING FORM ula for best known tooth powder. Can sell at 75 per oent. prollt; ln grcdlonts oaslly procured. Box 28. Ellzabeth City, N. C. WANTED, EVERY WEARER OF A decent watch to know thnt JAHNK13 BROS., WatohmakorB, 912 East Maln Streot, is the plnoe to havo lt proper ly repntrod. Wanted. WANTED, ALL WHO- CAN APPRE clto a vory flne artlolo of old Vir? glnla mountaln ryo whiskey to know that we havo nlno barrels of tho old est "Ye-Old Virglnla Fulcher" to bo had anywhore. Prlco, $4 per gallon, dellvered anywhero ln Virglnla or North Carolina. Try a ramplo lot our threo-yoar-old ryo at $2, and four-yenr, $2*50. If not as good as you ever had for tho prlco return and we will rofund your monoy nnd stnnd express charges. Jugs and packing froe. D. R^ GRIFFITH & CO.. 20 East Broad Streot. WANT TO HIRE FOR TEN DAYS, ON or about Juno 7th. about seventy draught horses. Will tnko them In palrs or all from ono pnrty. Anlmals to bo fed nnd eared for hy me. Com nuinlcnto nt onco, glvlng number /or hlro and prlco. Address AV ILLTAM M. MYERS, P, O. Box 51, Rlchmond, VH. WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that JAHNKE BROS., .Towolors. 912 East Mnln Stroet, buy, soll, oxchnngo nnd rotnount dlnmonds ln tho lutest stylos. Old gold and sllver taken ln oxchnngo. WANTED Ol 1) ANT1QU10 MAIIOG ur.v fnrnlturo, -ublos, HldebonrilH, etc; filini, old blue chlna. wlth Vlows. Ad? dross, plvihH i-cBcrli/tlon, MOHAN & Of >.. :i','1 l K. .Mnln WANTED, YOUIt DYEINO. FRENOH und steam clennlng; ciUnblishud 1B8S. Mrs. A. J. PYLE, 315 North Flfth Street, Millinery. AM NOW SJIOWJNG NEW, UP-TO dato modols ln spring inUUnery. im portod pattern hats, nlso coplos of flno pattern hats. Itnndy-to-wcar hats ln nll slmpus; ovorythlng ln mllllnory llno; also my Sult and Ready-to-Wenr Dopartment comploto. Mrs. JULIUS BEAR, 1483 E. Maln St. LARGE LINE OF LATEST NEW styles just arrlved. Theso hnts nro the vory hitest lmportatlons, Mrs. 4 WORTHAM, 2\il N, Thlrd Street. Miscellaneous. MW*?W<*?WW???<^?'*l?-*?l-?*'l'?-*?^*^'''?-'--^^ SUMMER HOME. **I THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO. about flfty mlles abovo Rlchmond, nnd In about ton mlnutes' walk of Fred erlck's Hall Station, Louisa county. An ldosl placo for a poultfy farm or small tobacco farm. Placo contalns forty ncres, all under hog-proof woven wlre fence, flve feet hlgh, Just bullt laet fall. Good shade and woll watered, and ln a good fruit section. Improvcments conslst of 3 - room lenant houso and log barn, both In need of repalrs. If you aro looking for a country homo to take Ufo easy and a place you will bo proud of, thls slte will sult you. Prlco $800. Ad? dross FARM, No. 600 State Street, city. SHOE REPAIRINQ SPECIAL T CUT PRICES, WE BOUGHT A LOT of Red Oak Half Soles, and wo will glvo you tho benefit, If you. will cut thls out and brlng shoes. Mon's half soles, sewed, 75c, cut to 60c; ladios', 60c, cut to 40c. Mon's half soles, nalled, 60c, cut to 35c; ladlea', 45c, cut to 30c This coupon good only wlth cash untll Aprll 13th. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FAC TORY, 710 East Maln Street._ OPT1CIAN. OU CAN'T ALWAYS BELIEVE WHAT you hear; you may belleve what you see.. But whon you eannot see the fol? lowlng, errors of refractlon may be tho cause: Hypermetropla ? or pres byopla, myopla or astlgmatlsm. To know the troublo of your eyes and to have same corrected, go to Dr. H. BREITSTEIN, the Optlcian, 118 E. Broad Stroot. Examlnatlon free. INCUBATORS. .PRIL AND MAY HATCHED CHICKS como llveller, thrive bettor and ma ture aB early, because lt ls naturo's own season. Chas. A. Cypher's In cubators and brooders glve less trou? blo than a settlng hon. AVe aro hh agents and carry full stocks. Chlck en feeds a speciallty. W. J. TODD 426 N. Slxth Street, TRUNKS AND BAGS. VE WANT YOU TO CALL AT 703 E Broad Street and comvlnce yourseli that we havo tho largest and besi Uno of trunks and travellng necessl tles ln tho city; repalrlng done. H W. ROUNTREE & BRO., Triink ant Bag Co. SECOND -HA1-JD ' GOWNS WANTED. IIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND hand evenlng gowns, tallormadi suits, riding hnbits, ladles' apparo of all klnds. Business strlctly confl denttal. Send postal and we will cal at once. M. S., P. O. Box 158, Nof folk, Va, ___ _ FINE UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES. rACOB UMLAUF MAKES OLD PAR lor furnlture, couches, etc, look llki new. Lot him do yours for you. Hii prices will not hurt you. Try hlm Phone 3292. Opposlto Monroe Park HEADACHE CURE. DURES WITHIN TEN MINUTES THI worst form of headache or neural gla?Blanks's Headache and Neural gia Tablets. For sale by BLANKS Prescrlptlon Drugglst, and WAGNE1 DRUG CO. WATCH REPAIRING. STOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN ed by WM. TOBIEN, Jr., ls a guaran teo that lt is done properly; 20 yoan experlence. Cleanlng, $1; mali sprlngs, $1. 408 East Broad Streot All work guaranteed. CRABS! CRABS! CRABS! 2HOICE CRAB-MEAT IS NOW RE celvod dally. Stumpf's (own mako Dovlled Crabs, Soft Crabs, as we! ns nll other dellcacles at STUMPF' RESTAURANT, corner Eighth an Maln Stroots. ""' STANDING TIMBER FOR SALE. S'INE TRACTS OF VIRGINIA YELLOV plno, ranglng from 150 acres to 1,10 ncres in a tract, nnd nggregating 30, 000,000 feet, For further Informatlo wrlto S. Y'. GILLIAM, Church Roai Va._ . CARPET CLEANING. WITH FOUR OF THE BEST CARPET cleanlng systems, our plant haa n rlval in tho South. Mrs. A. . PYLE, 315 N. Flfth Streot. 'Phon 2522. Eatahllshod 18S0. AUTOMOBILES TO HIRE. THE BEST AUTOMOHILES FOR llIR in city. 'Phone 5117. All wlth top AUTOMOBILH PART8 AND SUN drles. 'Phono 5117. MOURNING GOODS CLEANED. OUR BLACK ON MOURNING aOOD has tho llnlsh that your best frlor could not'toll from now. Mrs, A. PYLE, 315 N. Flfth Streot. 'Phor 2522. Establlshed 1880. PREPARE FOR THE EXPOSITION IN PREPARINO FOR THE EXPOS llon, havo your cleanlng nnd dyulr dono ut Mrs. A, .1. PYLE'S, 816 1 Flfth Stroot. 'Phnno 2522. Estal llshed 1880. UNDERTAKER. EDWIN PIIAUP,' FUNERAL DIREt tor nnd Einbiilmer. Pei'Bonal nervl dny nnd nlght. Ollleo 006 East Oli Stroet. Ollleo Phono 131. Resldeu Phono 3239-J. PHONOURAPHS. COMPLETE LINE OF ED1SON I'lK nographs, records und supplle wliolosalo nnd retail. C. B. 11AVNE 002 East Mnln. WATCH REPA IRING. IIAVE YOUR WATCH REPAIRED ; It should be. I guurnlltee ull wi.r O, It. KASTEN, Huocossor to 1, Go durd. 510 E. Mnln Stroot. BJCYOLES. ~ ANY PUNCTURE F1XED FOR JJ encll. BicyclOH, new und soeon hand. All sundrles ut cut prlci TOMPKINS'S, 207 VV. Brond. MAOI1INEHY. BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND El gluos, Bolhirs, etc: robullt us gn. *. us now. C. H. FORD CO., Trlgg Shl yard. 'Phono 3023. wmm ONE CENT A WOIID. Miscellaneous. NEW FURNITURE STORE. WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW that wo nro ln our hlg now homo, Adams nnd Brond. JUUGENS. RED BASKET DEVILED'CRABS. WE BRING THEM TO YOUR DOOR. Cnn wo do any mnro7 Cnll up COLE MAN, tho Crab Man. Phono 3C7U. TUXEDO SUITS FOR RENT. TUXEDO AND DRESS SUITS FOR rent. SCHNURMAN, 018 E. Maln St. DRESS SUITS FOR RENT. DRESS AND TUXEDO 8UITS FOR rent. SCHNURMAN. 918 E. Maln St. and Wood. WHEN YOU BUY COAL, YOU WANT it good. Wo'vo got tho klnd tbat burna right, hcata right, and prlccH right also. Call us if you want to dual wlth snuaro people. QUARLES &. WINGFIELD. 'Phono 10S3. Amusements. Academy, Friday, April 12, SPECIAL MAT1NEH. Return cnrtoiremont of tho play that has mado tho peoplo talk. OUR NEW MINISTER A Story of the Harilscrnbblo Folks. By the Author of "Tho Old Homestcnil." JOSLT1I CONYEKS and tho Orlulnnl Cast. NO ADVANCK3 IN PRICES Academy, Saturday, April 13 . Spoclal, Matlneo. ' Amerlca'a Foremost Romantlc Actor, JAMES O'NEILL, Supported by a Powerful Company of Players. POSITIVKIA' 1118 FARKWEI.L, TOUU IN ALEXANDKR DUMA8' MA8TERPIKCE, MONTE C.tlSTO. Frlces: 2Sc to $1.50. BIJOU--A11 Week MatlneeB Tuesday. Thutttday, Saturday. ? THE SENSATIONAL SUCCESS, Bertha, the Sewing Machine Girl. SCENIC SPECTACLE. BASEBALL! RICHMOND v?. BALTIMORE, Friday and Saturday, Aprll 12th and 13th. Gamo Called 4:30. In responso to many Inquiries tho Dlrector of BOSTOCK'S ANNOUNCES THE Moki Indian Snake Dancen iHll nppear every afternoon and cvenln; this week. 14th Annual Music Festival The Wednesday Club FIVE GRAND CONCERTS. Academy of Music, May 2d, 3d and 4th. Tho club ofllce ls now open at No. S19 East Maln Street (Rlchmond Transfer Co. bulldlng;). Persons dflslr lng to becomo suhscriblnp; members may call and have their names on rolled. 'Phono 2414. Summer Resorts. SPRING AND For BEST 1007 OUTINGS. SUMMER Vlalt Jamestown Expojltlon and apen; balance vacatlon at Hotel Wachapreagu and Inland House. NeareBt aoaslde Sprlnrr and Summer ri s-ort north of Jameatown Expoaltlon. A ldeal place for rest and rocreatlon, Qron varlety out-door nports, auch os Surf Batr lne, Saillng, Rowlng and I.aunchlng Par'tie attractlvo Drlvea and Yv'alka, Tennls, Ho Rldea, FlahlnR, Shootlng, otc. Por further Information send for boolch to , A. H. a. MEARB, Wachaproaguo. Va. Tax Notice. C.co Colloctor Clty Taxos, Clty Hall, Rlchmond, Va., Aprll 1, 1007. CITY LICENSES FOR THE YEAR 1907 havo boen placed ln my hunds for oo lectlon, and aro duo now, as follows: AGENTS? Aulomobllo, Bauaaifii and Expross. Collootlns. Insuranco, Labor, Lund, Munufae t u r o d Artlclos, Rentlrig Houses, Rallroad T.lollot, Stoamshlp Linos, Typowritors. ARC111TEUTS. ATTORNEVS AT LAW. AUCTION EERS? Genoral, Uottl Estato, Tobacco, Common Crlor. B1LUARD TAULE3. ROARDING ItODSES. RROKEUS? Cattlo, Coiuineri'lal. IiiKiirunif, Morrhiiiullso, I'liwu, llallroiid Tlcltet, Shlp. Btoclt. 'I'obuoiio, Btilhllnu nnd ' Loiin Aubqq'ph, CHEM1KTS. OHIRQPGDIHTS. COMMISSIO.N MHRPHANTH. CONTRACTOHH. DENT1STH. DISTECTIVES. ELECTRIC1ANS. EXPRESS COMPANIE FISH AND OYSTER FRUIT STANDS, E! HOTELS." 1MPOUWDING LOT in'i:elligence OFFIOK JUN1C DEALER LIQUOR DEALERS Wholosalo, Rotall, llotlllnf,', Wholotmlo Ma L1VEKY STABLK LOAN OKFIOES. LUMHER MKASUREII MHRCANTILE AGRNCIP IUIOTOGliA P1IMP PRIVATE RANKEI PRIVATE EN TKRTA1NMEN PUBLIC ROOMS Ulli-'TAl'RANTS HNAOKS, STORAGE. TELEGRAPH ei TELEl'llONE COMPANll TIIEATUEH. VETKHINARV HU ROKO.N &C, &0, piutins fuillnir tn pay this tnx on boforo Al'UiL au, lUOT, will ho suiiji to thn piMialiy proi)oi'(hod uy tho ci Ordlnanciis, whlch ls not loss thnn nur liiiirn thnn 330 por tfny for on day's huHlru'MH cnrrled on aftor Ap 30, 1007, tlm samo to bo iu-.puai.'d by t Pullcu Jiistioo, F. W, Cl'iVNINOIIA.M, - Colloctor Cily Taxcs. Sealed Proposals. Commonwonlth of Virglnla, Olllco of Superlnlondent of Public Prlnting, Rlchmond, Aprll 8, 1907. SEALED PROPOSALS h'OIt I'lllNTING F1FTHEN HUNDRED COPIES OF THU ONjE HUNDRED AND 8IXTII VOLUME OF VIHOINIA. REPORTS will bo rcceived nt thls ofllco up to 12 M., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1907. At tho satiin tlmo nnd placo blds will ho recelvod for hlndlng, wrap plnrr und lnhellng nlne hundred coplon of tho nbove-montlonod books, nnd for pncklng six hundred coplos In tinfoidcd slieets ln substnntlnl wood en boxea, each box to contnln tho prlntcd sheetH fnr 125 comploto oonles of tho pald book, nnd to bo plnlnly markod or lnboled on two outerf* onds nnd on sldos, so as to Indlcato tho contcnts thereof. Prlntod sohodiilos, on which nll blds will bo requlred to bo mndo, will bo furnlshod on nppllcatlon. Each bld must bo onclosod ln scalnd cnvelope, nddressod to tho Suporln? tondont of Public Prlnting, nnd mark? ed "Proposal." ContrnctorB will bo requlred to fur nlsh bond, wlth approved securlty, for tho falthful pcrtormanco ot con? tract. Tho rlght Is resorvod tn reject any or all blds. DAVIS BOTTOM. Suporlntonderit Public Prlnting. " HIGH-SCHOOL BUILDING. SEALED PROPOSALS will bo recolv? ed by tho Greonsvlllo County Schoo Board untll noon THURSDAY, APRII 18, 1907, at tho ofllco of tho Suporln tendont, Emporla, Va., for tho erootloi of a Hlgh-School building. Plans nnd spoclflcatlons may bo seoi nt tho ofllco of tho Suporlntendcnt, Km porla, Va., and nt tho ofllco of Albor F. Huntt. Archltect, 1107 East Mali Streot, Rlchmond, Va. All blds must bo accompanlod by i certlfled check for $250, payablo ti Henry Maclln, Superlntnndcnt, as i guarantoo that tho blddor will onto Into a contract for tho amount of hl bld and executo a suroty company' bond for 40 por cont. of hls contrac prlco wlthln ton days from dato o ncceptanco of proposal for tho falthfu performanco of contract. Tho rlght Ih roserved to accept or re Ject any or all proposals. HENRY MACLIN. Suporlntendent, Emporla, Va. CITY BONDS FOR SALE. BY ORDER OR THE COUNCIL OF THI clv. of Radford, Va., Its Flnnnco Com mlttoo offors for salo $20,000 4 pc cont: gold bonds, Issued to refun tho old town bonds, boarlng 6 pe cont. Interest; also $25,000 4 per con' gold bonds to be used for schoc building, street lmprovements, et< ThesO aro thirty-year bonds. Bld will be, rcceived tlll Aprll 27, 190' Tho rlght to reject any and all bld Is roserved. Finance Committee: W. R. ROBERTS, R. .T. NOELL, R. O. SCOTT. Meetings. Dove Lodgo, No. 51, A. F. & A. M. ,SL THE STATED COMMUNICATIO; TOv ot Dovo Lodge, No. 51, A. F. , f^r\ a. M., will bo held ln the lodgr room, ln tho Masonlc Tomple, on THI FRIDAY, Aprll 12, 1907, at 7 o'cloc P. M. Every member of tho lodgo is rc qucstod to attend, nnd mevnbors of sls ter lodges nnd translent brethren at fraternally invlted to uhlto wlth us. By order of the Worshiptul MaRtor. BEN T. AUGUST, Sec'y. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TH Stockholders of tho RICHMON HORSE SHOW ASSOCIATION will t held at 809 East Maln Streot, Rlcl mond, Va., 1 P. M., Wednesday. Apr 24th. AV. O. AVARTHEN, Aset. Scc'y & Trcas. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THI3 Mt tual Assuranco Socloty of Vlrglnl will be held at tho ofllco of tho st olety, MONDAY. Aurll 15. 1907, at o'clock P. M. EDWIN A. PALMER, Prlnclrjal Agrent. Schools. Virginia Military Instituti Lexlngton, A'a. The Roard pt Visitors i their Annual Mcotlng on tho 17th of no: Juno, will nppollit STATE CADETS to f! vacanclos In tho 8th, 11th. 13th lGth. 171 21st. 24th, 28th, 33d. 3Sth Sonatorlal "Dl trlcts. and two (2) AT LAROE. Theao a pointments carry freo board nnd tultlo Appllcatlons should bo adilressod to tl underslBned on or boforo Juno 10th. i forms thnt will bo sont upnn request. SCOTT SHIPP, Supt. SUMMER SEASON "s~ Elocutlon. Rftcltntions, Monologucs, Ilepc toiro arranBod for Recltals. Delsnrto ai Swedlsh Methods in Phynlcal Tralnln Pantomlmlc nnd Fancy Danclnfr. Senrl f Cntaloguo, 317 West 67th St? Now York. The Valentine Museum, TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. Open dally from 9 A. M. to B P. 1 Admlnslon. 25 cents. Froo on Saturday. The Confederate Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 10 A. M. TO 5 P, M. ADM1SSION, 25c. GAS-WORKS CONTRACT. Why Wood Bid On Holder W. Not Considered. Messrs. R. D. AVood & Co., of Phll dolphla, onO of the unsuccossful bl dera for tho contract for rohabilitatl) tho Gas AVorks, wero also blddors ycar or moro ago for tho contract f orectlug tho now gus-holdor. At th tlmo thu company fnllud to uccompo its bid with n curtilled chock for $l,0i ns requlred by tho terms of udvcrtls ment, and consequently tho bld w not considered. In blddlng for i hnbllltatlon thoro was no such bay conslderiitlon of tho proposal, but n other bld wns uccoptod ou Its merlts Tho plan of tho Stacy Mtinufucti Ing Company ls rogarded as moro co pleto than any others subnilttod,- a provldus for greater oxttuiHlon in t futuro whon tho needs may, domu oxtonslon.* Thon, too, tho compn proposcs to rebulld tho coal gus' woi and to mako tho rohublUtiitlon of t plant comploto. Thu uward of t contrnct to tho Stucy Company 1 boen ununlinously rocommendod to t Council, und by it referred to t Finanoo Coinmltteo. If thero bo n opposition to ratlfylng tho action tho Llght sjComniltloo It hns not * ilovtiloped, nnd its rueotnnioiidutlon \\ hnvo great welght wlth tho FJhtti Commlttoo und wlth tlm Couhell, TABB A NUISANCE. Neighbors of Aged Negro Try Get Rid of Him. Nelghbors of Goorgo \V. Tubb. aged negro, nro inuklng wtreimou.H forls to got lt 1 m cltlier Ix.'hlnd tho b; or out of th.* markot. Wodnosci iiiornlng ii young IlOglQ wus Ilni-il foi* Htrlklng Tubb. Sovoral wltnos Hiilil thnt Tubli wus it nulHiiiieh, n vclie.l tlir.'ut.i wqro nmdo thnt lio wo bu brought hoforo tln* court on so chargo. Yostot'ilny mornlng Tubb wus in ou ngnln, A. ii. Klournoy eliurgod C i Schmidt wlt li hiirborlng n iilllsimcQ, ' I ouuho 'I'ni.ti wus on Suhinldt's proniU 'I'lio cii.se wus n new ono for .lust rnitehllcld. nnd ln* did nol full to I Flourntiy Ihut ho would not bo bo Ol'Oil 'wlth such trllllng uiiitters. Ti ? l wus told io go nn.l llw us poacon I (IH ho c-iuld. tcyj Taken To North Carolina. *1 : .lohn Sneinl. tlio negro arrested h On ut the liiHluiu-u of thu p.uUlorlt|0H rll | North I'lirullnii, wns tnken bnek to t ho j Sluto y.iitenluv by Hherlff Puwull, ' nogro ls iilli-'jed to hnvo emhosii I fuiidi-i of a clTurch of which Uo \ trousurcr, Police Working On Casc of Al? lcgecl Cocainc-Vcndcrs in Richmond. WITNESSES HUSTLED OFF / As a rosult of hla offort to splrit away two Important Commonwoalth witnessos, Willlam Gllos, allas Wil? llam Smith, has got hlmself Into* lot of trouble, from whlch apparcntly ho cannot cscapo for somo time. Wodnesday morning Gllos appearod ln tho Polico Court chamber, whoro Peto Lacy, tho negro cocnlno vendor, was to bo trlcd, and flndlng Elljoh | Gray and Wlllio Llncoln, negro wlt neflses agalnst Lacy, lnduced them to lenvo tho courtroom. Ho confossod that ho told Gray that hls mother had been tnkon sorlously IH ln tho streot. What ho told Llncoln ho rofused to say. ? Ofllcer- Wlloy, who arrestod Lacy, notlcod Glles talklng to Gray and Lln? coln and when Lucy's caso was callod and tho wltncsses and Gllos wero not prosont, ho started out at onco to flnd Gllos. Wodnesday night Glles was ar rested as told ln Tho Tlmes-Dlspatcn ' of yosterday, and charged wlth bolnrr' a suspleious charactor. Ho facod Jua- ' tico Crutchdold yesterday morning, and" H? I" WttH, in",in,>|t?ly contlnued/ IIo will romaln in jall untll Gray and Llncoln enn bo found. ">'%$ Work of White Men. In tho disappearanco of tho two wit-M nosses whoso testlmbny probablv would havo convicted Lacy, tho oj oged ogent of tho gang whlch doa^ h. hlf,U"TS <lrU?' tho P?nco seo believed to furnish tho monoy to tho - negroes. For months lt has boon known bv ' tho ofllcera that'eocaino was belng shippod or brought into Rlchmond la' lnrgo quantitlcn. Arrest aftor nrrest - was mado. but ln tho majorlly of tho cases only tho smaller agents cotPcl bo convicted. For instanco, tho drug" ls purchased by tho pound?it solls' for $S0 a pound by wholesalo?and Is brought here by somo negro who rep- ' resonts whlto men. This leadlng n? gro solls tho cocnlno ln portlons to hls agents. who In turn have agents. By tho tlmo the dopo gots to the user it has been adulteratod four or flvo tlmes. lt rcquires a greatcr quantitv thon to afrect tho perton uslng lt. Very often negroes aro arrestod with sev? eral small packagos on their porsbn. They are always convicted and fl'neu'" $100. It ls soldom that thoy roveal tho name of tho man who'solls them tho drug. Theroforo, when Lacy wns captured tho polico believed thoy had ono of tho prlnclpals. The offort belng mado to keop wltncsses' agalnst hlm from testifylng ln court atrengthens thla bellcf. \. Lacy will havo a trial Saturday 1C i tho wltnesscs aro hero. If not her?,.* t^lio caso will bo contlnued agalnst, \ and both Lacy and Glles will remain lu Jall. IN POLICE COURT. Annexed Hogs Prove Unruly. The Case of Buck. Paul Blue's hogs will hottaftor bo denled the pleasuro of an exlstopce ln the clty. Tho country for them, Back to tho rear of thn homo of Paul Bluo, which ls just oxactly twenty foot lnsldo tho annexed terrltory, the hogs will remain. Mr. Bluo was ln Polios . Court yesterday morning ln nnswer.to . a sumrnons whlch lnquired Into tho wherofore of the habltat of the hogs, "What aro you going to do about,; lt?" querled tho One John, aftor ho' had oxamlned the map and road tho ordlnance prohlbltlng hogs from run-. nlng about in the city. "Mako them hogs play ln tho back yard." , "They shall not cro.ss tho clty llno again," answored Mr. Bluo, who dld not look the name. . Juan Fernandez, hls wlfo sald, waa a "vcro. bnda man," and when tho - splrit moved hlm ho waa wont to break up furnlttire and facos and oth? or thlngs in hls reach. Sho "calla da polico and he all-a tlmo broaka da house." Fernandez posltlvely declar? ed that honooforth ho would bo good. . "Prltheo, mothlnks lt nm erbout Um? ' for do 'hursaul," oxolalmed Buck Hop klns, dashing madly Into his boudoirv "Whar dat you say you gwlno?'' : asked tho nioal tlcket of Buck. "llold, woman! Dlds't know that. Uh ls now ln do perfeaslon?" "Hero, you; you trltllu' nigger! Ef Uh don' glt somo money f'uni you dla day, Uh gwlno Wow why;tDat's all' Uh's got ter say, too." Tho imago tbat had long laborod to supply tho necessltles for tlio lnncr- i man of Buck was really Indlgnant. Heedlng not tho words of tho iyo man, Buck sllppod out of tho houso. and nolsolossly mado hls way to tho.. renr of tho Academy of Music. Breath lessly ho walted, erouchlng low ln tho shudows ot tho bulldlng. Suddonly from tho stroet thoro camo a sound. Illstl Nearer and nearer enmo tho vohlole, untll the alloy. was darkoned. Out of the gloom camo a volco hursh ly snyliig, "W'onder whero nlgj,or holp or ls?" Then Buck strodo to tho llmoltght and holpod movo somo of tho trunks-. from tho wagon and was pornilttod to touch ono ploco of sconery. RccelvlnK about ten cents for hls work, ho toro oit hla wlg nnd walked out on tho street. Tho slgns of cosmetlcs atlll llngorod. Thoro wero unnilstakublo slgns of Inulnoss when IJucH faood tho OnoJoh.i yostorday morning lu tho leadlng part ln tho olovur tlramti entltlod, "From ? Actor to Shockoe." Tho play wont wlth a snap nnd vim and tho audlenco uppluudod twhun tho ourtuln rolled down ovor Buck. lt will bo llftod ugiiiti ln six months. Meuuwhile Buck will peck rooks. . . . Court Takes Child Away. Llttlo MiiKglo Mahono, nlno yenr? old, waa turned ovor to Rov. Dr. Mjiy.boo, of tho Chllilron's Homo So> clofy, yostordav hy Justlco Orutehfleld Tho mother of tliu chlld wus in oourl und made (t pleu that tho girl bo re. uiriK'it to hor. Mugglo wttu ihinly clad und pivscntetl u vory pltlful tin^'ui'. ance. After loarnlng tlmt the i.nltd would not he restoreil to her. th? mothor usked tlmt sho bo Sont lo sont? Catholic lnatltiithm. This wus promlsed, und Futhor Muffrl will in< Uivst hlmself in lu-r buhulf, Moore Now In Jail. Mlko Moore, who docampail aftor fliullnp; a inau who went on hW bond for taoo to appear ln tho HustltijB'a Court. wns orderod hold for thnt court ero I yi'sL-riluy i>v Juetlco OrutchflQld, Somo ln tlmo iiKo Mooro \vii? <??>uvj.:-ti<l of sell hal Ing wliiskoy wlthout a llconnc. ilr l'ho nppealod from th?> di'ci.ilon of iho lowor 1ml court, nnd wliilo on bu|i loft tiie cUv. ,vna . llo was found by hls uondainau v?l d? ihered to the yolicu. 10