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SIX VIRGINIA LEAGUE TEAMS READY FOR SEASQN'S, OPENING TO-DAY
FORJST GAME Mnnager Sliaffer's Charges AYiil SOppose Danville To-Day in Tip Top Shape. UMPIRE TRUBEY ARRIVES Ruhr Ilownrd's SclectUm by Mc Kcvitt a Coniplilhent to Cassidv's Powers. The day of dnys hns at lasl arrlved. To-day at l o'rloclt UmpircH Trubcy, Stanton and l.ally will sing out, "Plny lull!" ln Iticlimond, Lynchburg an.l Koi'folk, rospoctlvoly, and a moment lbter tho 1007 season of lhe Virglnla Stuto nasohall Longue will he under vii.y for what promlses to be tlio bost year in tln- ex-stonoe of the organlza don. Tln rc has beon no hitch in the plans luv thc pnriitli*. which will start from Allcn's Hotol at C o'clock, and wend itr* way through tho principal streets tn tlie grounds. Richmond will start the scason undor tho most r-tvorable nf nuspices. Not ou.* man of those who have beon re tatned hy Maniprer Shaffer but who Is ln Iho pink of condition. witli tln? pos si'.lo exception ->f old Colonol Still. v. nos*- avm i-- yet a llttle woak, but v.'io should round ti> in time for some ot' the games n. xt week. Cassidy ap t eai*s to ln- in great shape for to-day's battlo, and says that lu- is ready to !-:t.-b the game of his lifo. It will bo noo. j-sary for hi-.i to qo hls ilmlt, for Pop MoKevitt lias selectcd no other mnn tn do tho hotiors for his ag gregatlon than P.ubo Howard, who ls thotight hy many to b.-> tho best box ar.tlst the league lias tliis year. However. i! iCnssidy does his best ho will have nojhlng t.? four. and with tho mon all Svotrking their har.lesf behlnd hlm should give the Danvllleltes tho liyht of their Umph'e Trube'y, who will ofliciato ln to-day's game, as was publlslted i:i these columns yesterday, reached here last nlght from Jronton, I'a.. where he has been wint.-ring. 11,. statos that he . is- ready to handle tho indicntor in his best po.ssihle style. Trubey ls an old one ;it tho business, having urtiplrc-d ia a number of Northt-rn leagues for several l'or.several yoars slnco ho wn/ forced to ? lUit the game by getiing li's log broken a number of years back when playing in the blg leagues. That Trubey should prove ono of tbe best that the State . League has had is but. a statement ot fact. He has seen fost company for a long time, being at one tlmo a membci of the Clilcago Xationals, and holdlng a regular berth on that team for severa scasons as second-baKermin. The Danville crowd got in about fti'it and wont direct to Allen's, where the; will; put up for the serles. Follo-wing t n llst of mon whom Manager McKovit brought with him and their probabl positioiis and batting order: Reggy, ss. Doyle, 2b. Hcssler, 3b. McKovitt, rf. Bowen, lb. Powell, h. O'Cbnnor or Edwards, c. Howard. pltcher. HIcks, utillty. Storzer, McDonald, IIam and Rickarch Tlio Lawtnakcrs' Unc-up: Tltman, rf. Reevo, ss. Ifcffron. lf. Wnllac-e, cf. lj Klrkpatrlck, ?,b. I O'Nell. 2b. Shaffer, lb. Hinton, o. . Cowan, o. Cassidy, p. ? Mr, Rlce Gwynn, part owner of th Danville franchise, who is in town wit hls team, ;p-I,wJ)f pcinmnt. "Jlube'* Howard, he thlnks, wi be tho star pltcher of tho whole leagu and he ls expocted to glve proof of b powers iu the game this afternoon. The team has some notable bitters I its make-up, chlef among them beii Henn, whom Mr. Gwynn says was tl chlokon who batted so many fouls ' Rlchmond last yoar. ln oiio of the gam< played hore llenn wns four tlmes up ai . got four hlts, maklng a perfect porcou agn. Hnm nnd J'.ickards, pltchers, wero lo In Danville. Tho aggrogation has n yet boon slIK-il down to its nal makfle-u and tho Danville ownors will glvo the a wc.-k or more longer for lhe try-out. Howard. who pltched a game fnr t tawhiakors last season agalnst tho S parri, says that, lie has a sciuad tlm give all thi;, ou;.V*s a' rtish for tli vannali bunch, he would rathe anywhi-io olso. havo a strong ' nnd aiv glad ti 'the Beason. K; of mnlilng np ; mond fnr tho Mr. Gwynn : saUsflcd with and ho thlnks \ says that next to Danvi r play In Rlclimond tln All tbo Dunyillo in iking fnr tho Capltal Cit i tn* hero at tho oponlng ins ln Danville aro talkl i carload to bring to Rlc Saturday gamo. says that ho Is einlnen tho ouUook for hls loa tho indlcatlons Rro tl tho baseball season thls year will bo I .best ever had in tho Stato. All the Di Company. 1311 East Main Street. Leonavd Cleanable Refrigerators. Sporting Goods Departmer \x. Genuine ngsKin Leggings. Reach Baseball Good B. G. I. Tennis. jfFishing Tackle. \\\ RICHMOND'S 1907 BASEBALL TEAM Too Row (left to rlnhO-Tltman, vright-flcld; Stlll, pltcherj Long, pitcher; Heffron, left-field; Salve, pitcher. M-iddle Row-Cowan cntch? Re eve. shortstop; Wal'.ace, centre-fleld; Man nger Shaffer, flrst-base; Kirkpatrick, thi rd-base; O'Nell, second-base. Bottom Row?Hlnton, catcher; D erby, pitcher; Cassldy, pitcher; Eckstone, pitcher. ville people uro wild over baseball. and tlie franchlse owners in that clty nro fully assurcd that they will get all tho support they may want. PENDER CLAIMING OPENING CONTEST Manager of Mary Jane Makes Eig Boast?Leader Moss Says but Little. NORFOLK; A'A., April 17.?-If thero Is ituglit hut good tu be said about tln: condltioti of tho Norfolk Tercente'nnlals and tbo Portsmouth Truckers, who opeii tlio State Leaglto baseball scasun on tho Norfolk diamond to-morrow, it hus not yet been said, at least by the mauagers of iho leahis. Ono managet will likoly have to make explanatlone after tlio game has boen played, Manager lYmler, of the locals, nmJ Moss, of the Truckers, have been put ting thr-ir teams through the weedlng out process during tlio last days, am each of them now cbilma to have : team wlthout wcak polnts ln it. Gooi men have beon relensed to get tln teams down to tbe present personnol Intorest in tlio game hare and iu Ports mouth is wurm. Says Manager Pender, of the Terccn tenlals: "My team Is in flne fettlo fo iho ganin' to-morrow wlth tli' "Truckors," but no team is in as gcoi training as it should bc. This is dui to th,. bad wcathor. Tbo "Truckers" ani tlio "Torcehtonnlals" aro ev.enly matcii (-il, and 1 look forward to a vory gooi game. My team will carry off th flrst game, 1 feol suro. Manager Moss spoaks as follows "I am making no predlctlons. 1 ba lieve 1 have us good a tenm ns ther ls ln thc league. nud wo shall- be I: the ilgh! from start to flnish. AU th men have. shown that they know th gauie They played good ball las renr and should play br-tter thls. Ever one ls anxlous for tlio season to opoi und they expnet to wln. They ar going iii th.- gumo witli thut sort o splrit." , , Tlie two toams will line np ns foi Portmouth?YVarrnn, llilrd-hase; Mobi second-hase; Morrlson, .loft-flold; nm man, flrst-baso; Fox, conlroiflcldi AVhlb rlph't-fleld; Sharpn, shi catcher: Loos. pltch Norfolk -Dlngle; Muhon, thlrd-haso' Beiisse. catcher; ttop liiiin riglvt-fiold: M( Scitz, left-liel. d; AV: irtstop; ('iiiiiinln LY3StCHBURGREAD^ FOR ROANOKE! Champions Have Had Little Pra tice, but Expect to Give Rivals Hard Baiile. [Bpi miiI i? Thn Tlmes-DUpntch j LA'NCHHi'Hi;, va., Aprll 17.- i.yci burg is prlmud for thc ppanliiB of t champlonshp season of He VlrBh Loiigue here lo morrow afternoon wl Itoanoke. Tln leam will go in t lnitlal gamo vvoi mny ln need ot nn tlce, but Munugor Urlm to- night w hopet'ul thnt he run get good n nuJ even wlth ihib Imndli ap, lio will lu I to experhm nt for a ilino.nnd will h< i u.e . ntlre snuud of uln'oteon men I sevbriU dayu beforo m ginniug tvoedlnfc' ch procoHS. Grlui tlecltlcd lato tlils uftornon t Lhe ti am to-morrow wjll bo tlie t'u axcoptlny: tho biitie'ry, whlch put tho boautlful game agalnst nuitim Tuosduy, Btewurt and lientiuy, u old players will plny- Tho re -t of tcaiu vv11] i"-' liiiin-. flrst; llowon, ?? on i i-.'i.-1-i,iT. third; <;.uIch, ?hi | <vm bony, ii fl; liooker. ccntre, i ?Murphy, rlKht, wlth SohmetsKy Hennlnger thu battory lu rusurve. i 'i he playors "f both tea'inn ->-v 1 ii par 1 the ' Ity wlth u band prior i" gamo, and Mantigor Clrlin ha? Im Mn-, nr Smlti ia tak( tha H.i ofl | raco by senOinK the (IrM ball o'v'Or III 1- Of l!( .1 I. Ilip i th- lUtflilanrtom 1. . \ traln aud Ih ! wll] ir.akc l'.,inKS U -\ ut tho bal) L-'-vuu-ls, VIRGINIA WI FROM III Su'son&'s Wonderful Pitching and Perfect Eielding Give Char lottcsvillc Mcn Victory. GAME WAS WON IN THE FIRST Trinlty Scores One Run in Sec? ond, but After That Neithcr Is"Able toTally. CHARDOTTESVILDE, VA.. Aprll 17.? In by far tho pretticst game ol' tho season, Vlrglnlan defeated Trinlty tof ilay by 2 to 1. Tho inliold work of tho North Carolintans was bettor than that of any vi.siling team seen horo Uii/s spiing. Kinith, at short, and Siiiu-r, socond, perfored iu groat style. Virglnla also put an orrorlcss game! After lhe second lnnlng, In -which Susong was quitc wjld, the contest de veloped into a. pltcher's battlo wltl honors about even. Tho Jieldlng was of tlio gilt-edge ordor, nruKnot a sin glo base was stolen. Virginia won tho gamo in tho open? ing session. Honaker and Walker sin glod, aml were advanced bn a nea sacriflce bv Ur.lT. Tlio. l'onnoi* cbunt'ei on a lloldor's cholco; and the latter oi Asbury's hlgh throw to lirst. Trlnity.'i . single run was niado lu tho next inning Flowers was passed to lirst, saoillicci to s.-o.md bv AWbb and sent homo bj biuii-'*. hit to left-fleld. While golni after Susong's long fly ln lhe ilfth Bovins and Flowers collided; but tln former novor rcllnqulshod his hold oi tlu- ball. Johnson mado a spectacula catch of Wobb's fuul lly i" ho Sixth Ono of thu largest crowds of th soason ivitnossed tlio contest, and tli roothiK was splrited. ln tho past llve days, Virglnla ho SO SAYS THE COLONEI RECORD OF THE BIG LEAGUES National League. IiKSULT OP YESXBKDAVS OA.MES. Clnclnnatl, s; St. I.ouls, 3. Brooklyn. 1; New A'oik. 2. Phlladelphia, 1; Bbstori, 2. Chlcago, 0; Piitsburg, 2. CAarE.s sciiKDi i,i:i> ron to-dav. Chlcago nt Pittsburg. Now A'ork at Urooltlyn. Boston ui Phlladelphia. clnclnnatl at St. Louls STANDING OP THE CLUBS. Clubs. Won. Lost. PC. Chlcago . 0 0 1.000 Clnclnnatl . 3 1 .750 Boston.-.:..'.".'. 3 1 .750 New A'ork. 3 1 .750 Pittsburg . 0 2 .000 Brooklyn ........ o 4 .00 0 Sl. J.ouis. 0 1 .000 CuliM Take Klrsl. PITTSBUliG, April 17.?Chlcago won, tho flrst game of tlio season horu by , j! gottlng hits nt oppprtuno tlmes and taklng advantage of errors by the J " Plttsbiirgers. <-, .Score: It. I-I. B. I .: Pittsburg ..1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0?2 10 4 Chlcago.. ,-.1 il i) 12 0 0 2 0?0 9 0 Battorles: WIUIs and Glbson; Taylor and Mornn. Ti., 1;50; Umpire, O'Day. ('ai'illiialN Lose ou ISrrorH. C1N.CINNATI, Aprll 17.?h'rrors of tho St. Louls team were largely re spori'siblo for tho victory of the local team thls afternoon. Scoro: It. D. L. Clnclnnatl ..". 10 2 2 0 0 0 *?8 7 -1 St. Louls_0 0 0 0 0 2 10 0?3 11 8 Batteries: Ewlng and Schlcl; Brown and Marshall. Timo, 2:10. Umplres, Jphnstono aud Carpenter. GtlllllH III 'lYll IllIllllgM. BROOKLYN, Aprll 17.?ln a hard fought ten-lnning gamo to-day, New Vork hailln dcfeatq'd Brooklyn 2 to 1. Score'' * R. IL I'L New Vork...O 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 I?2 9 1 Brooklyn .. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0?1 1 L Battorles: Furguson and Bresnnhan; Bell nnd lllttor. Tlmo, 2:02. Umpire, Itiglcr. Llniliiiiiini I'iuiI* I'lilllli'H. PHILADMLPIIIA, Aprll 17.?Inublllty to hlt Llndamln's tlollvory cimsod tho (lefeal of tho Phlladelphia team to "%;?,.,... It. II. E. Boston .." 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0?2 10 2 j.|i'il-i . U II ii 0 0 0 0 1 0?1 3 0 Battorles: Llndnman and Brown: LuBh nnd Dooln. Tlmo, 1:00. Umplres. Klem and ISmsllo. (lcfeated some of tho Strongost tenms ln Iho South Atlantlo division, tho nlbei vlclorloB boltiK over Georgotown, Nortr. Carolina and Georgo AVashlngton. 'lhe VlrgliilJi, Players. ll'ui-.iher, ni AVtilkor, cf lloff, 8b, . . Dnltoji, lf. Thom, rf.. .loh 11. II, O, A.E. 1.1 1 ,10 11,10 0 0 10 1 (l 0 0 l 0 (i 0 - 1 1 0 c 0 0 11 0 0 . 0 0 0 1 (r | ""'.'.'.'., 0 0 0, G 1 Chandler, Kui-nng, p Totah I'lirycar. lb Slllltll. BH.. Wlellll, e.. ,7.2 \ w ii o Tilnliy. ..oi ia o o . ,. o i i -i o _0 0 1 111 Flowers) ti.? ? ? ,, ,, Welih, p. 0 9 9 P, lilvi n.-i. If, Tlll.e. rf., Aabury, 31 Totah 0 0 4 0 0 !'.!',...... o ? ? ? x lnnlngs Bn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 "'-l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ??2 ;.;',,,.,,-. isurnod runs?Vlrglnia, L >.?,,.,.,.,. .lt-. i lt Thom, AVcbh. llrst ii balls off Kusuntf, V. o,? Webb, }. Slr." 1: out- hy Siinollg. .o; hy W??$,-l. Doublo ? pluys--SiTilthi Sultor ? "; vear Let on |,nncn--V rglnla. 8! Trln itv! i. 'nine! 1:36. Omiilru. HolTnor, of ICuBtorn Leuguo, -?. - Acquinton vs. Hermitage. Tha Acqulnton hitHobtill tenm will nr ,1,. |? ut, iMii.m.l to-morrow mo ' - Ing to meet iho Hi'l'iiiHugo tenm tha Hiime utuinuuii. Tho gamo will ho Ameiioan League. IlKSCLT OF VKSTEUDAY'S GAM.I1S. Boston, 2; Washington, 1, 1,'ciV1 Vork. 6; Phlladelphia, 4. Kt. bouls, 2; Cleveland, 5. Detrolt, 1. Clilcago, 4 CiAMKS SCIIKBULED l-'Olt TO-DAY. St. LoIiIh at Chlcago. l'iiiluuc-'priin ut Xow York. Jjofrolt nt Cleveland. YVi-shlngton al Boston, . STANDEs'G OF THE Cl.L'BS. Clubs. Won. Lost. J'C. ew York. II 1 .750 lnvcland . 2 1 .007 hiladoliihia . :i 2 .ijOO iileugo . 2 2 .000 outon . 3 2 .st-O 'nshlnglon . 1 '.: .250 .. Louls. 1 -'.' .200 Cli'velniKl IliinehcM 11 Its. KT. LOU1S, April 17.?Cleveland do oatod St. Louls thls aftornoon 5 to 2 lleyeland bunched hlts ln the llrst anc inth innings. Score by innings: R. II. E leveland.21000000 2?t, 7 ! t. Louls .1 0 0 0 1 0 0 (l 0?2 7 ,: Batteries: Joss and Clark; Ilowel jhI Stovens. Time, 1:00. Umplre, I'Louglilln. Sox Wln In Fourth. DBTROIT; MTCiL, Aprll 17.?Chlcagi uinehod three blts nnd a base on balli ? ii KJllian in tho fourth, scorlng ilirei uns and deciiling the result. Scorc by Innings: lt. 1.1. K )otrolt .oooooi oo 0?1 s ihlcago .ooouoooi o?*l 7 Batteries: Killlan nnd Sclnnidt*. Smili ind McKurlati.l. Tlmo, 1:40. Umplre! merldan and Stafford. Tliree Ilils Por NiiIIoiiiiIn. BOSTON, Aprll 17.?Gla/o hold dow: iVashington to threo hlts to-day. an. illhough substituted batsnien mnili .roublo ln the ninlh. Roston's two run ,vcre kmough to wln. Scoro by Innings: R. IT. 1* toston '.0 0 0 0 110 0 ? ? 2 7 iVashlngton _ooooooooi?t 3 Batterlos: Glaze and Armbrustoi Smlth and Haydon. Time, 1:80. I'm plre, Connollv. A<hlHlt-M I.oso In -Ylntli. NEW YORK. Anrll 17.?In -a nlnt inning rallv to-day the Now Yo AniorloanH dcfeatod tlio TMilhiilelphln by 5 to 1. _ __ _ Scoro bv Innings*. L. ll. 1 Philadolphla . . .3 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 0?l R Now York .0 10 10 0 0 0 3?5 0 Batterlos: YVoddoll. Bondor nn Sohrook; Doylec nd Kloinbw. Tlm 1:Ti7. Umplre.*, Tlurtit and Evans. nlnved on tho Hermitago grounds. b* gii.nlng at 3 o'clock. The Acqulnto toam lias had a vory llttlo prnotlo owing to tho bml woatlier, but oxnecta to glve Hermitago a liurd iigh Bagby will bo ln tho llring plt f; Klng Wllliam, nnd Dr. C'roxton, \vl carry tlio "blg" Klov0*_ E. & H. Defeats M. A. Ihiiory and llonry defonteil Hogo Al Uiuy Academy yosterday un tho lattei gioiinds by B to 0, , ,.,, Tlio foature wns tlie heavy hltting Rlchardson, who scored a homo rt Hattorloii: lOmory und Ilenrj?Lot! nnd Sprntl; Acadono?Lcwis, Oall nml Ebillc Eiuory aml Henry will play Ra ilolnh-Macon at Asliland to-ibiy. I.'ollowlng Ih tho llno up ol l;,mc nnd llonry for to-day's game: Spra latchor; O'Koefo, sliortstop; Rlcliai son, thlrd-baso*. Dotson, rlght-fio Wntorhouse. cnntro-f Md; Dursvln j cond-bnsoi Br-ucor pUchor; Clark, flr baso; Locko, pltclioi.", siihstltuto, Bll' Game at Fork Union. - [Spoolfil io The Thiien-nlHlialoh-J FORK UNION. VA.,' Aprll 17,-^Th will bo a nintch guino ot hnsoball ln noxt Saturday botweon Rollyua ni School nnd the Korlc Xln\nn Acadoi Tlu. gamo last wook botweon th teams wiih won by BolR-uo, aftor vorv closo nnd excltlng strugglo. '1 Acn'dcniv club ln tho Saturday ga will lioml every effort to rogaln 1 Rlchardson or Gardnbr will oftlol in Iho hox for tho Aondoiny, wl Polly or Hall will work behlnd hat. Other Sports, See Page ; Off to a Poor Start, He Closed "?"in thc Stretch, Winning Easilj'. FAVORiTE TAKES THE THIRD Tacobite Lcads Until Last Fur? long, but Is Jockeyed Out of thc Place by Slickaway. NEW YORK, Aprll 17.?Jtifigler, al 3 to l, won tho Rockaway StakeR, the featuro of tho card at Acjuoduct, to? day. Jacoblie, at 0 to 10, was tho fa? vorlto. Jacobltfj took the lead and sot the paco to tlie strength, when Slickaway assumeil command. Meanwlillo Jug gler. who was oft poofly, gradually closed ln until tho llnal furlong, where ho caught Slickaway and in a drive won by two longtlis. Summarlcs: Klfst raco?selling, four and i*. ha'f furlongs?Rustle (3 to 1 and 6 to 5) flrst, Kvelyri G. (4 to 1 und' 8 to i>) second, .Troy of Spniles (7 to- 2 and 8 tc 0) third. Time, :54 l-r.. Socond race?Stooplechase, about twr mlles?Hot Shot (8 to 1 und 0 to 0,) first, Oommodbro Fontaine ('J to 20 anc out) socond, Aralio (1 to 1 and 7 tc 10 third. Time, 4:32 2-6. Third race?six furlongs?Grappjc ( to G and 1 to 4.) llrst, Claro Russel (Fi to I nnd even) socond. Tlmo, 1:14. FQiirth raco?The Rockaway Slakes solllng, six furlongs?lugglor (G to : uud "4 to ii) llrst, Slickaway (10 to ' !tiid .r. to 2)'second, .lacoblte (!) to 11 and 2 to Jlj thli'd. Tlmo, 1:11 1-5. I'jfili raoo?llvo furlongs?Suffragi (2 lu a and out) llrst, Haiidzarra (1 to fi iinil out) Bccond. Tlmo. :50 2-B (Only iwo stnrtovs.) Sixth raco?four furlongs?Maste Rob'cJ't (S lu ti and 7 to 10) llrst. lirldg. Whlst (-6 lo 2 and oven) socond, Soll ator Beckham (8 to 1 and 3 to 1) thlrd Tinio, : 17. McFarland Given Decision. I'ANVKNPOKT, IA., April 17.?I'ackl McFarland was glvon thc decision ovi "Kirl" Cloodman, "of Uoston, yestorda ?evonlng at the closo of tlio flfteont rounil of a fast l'lng bnttlo. Both mo sliowod clovornoss, "f Beal Estate Tor Sale. in. _,J.J.;..;.,..^r......... Manufacturing Propert; YVITII RAILROAU Sl.DINQS, Wo havo for salo. ul a very reasonah ',L' prlco, n niost doslrablo. tract of ton nor , I nn York Rlvor Rallroad, near Fulto ' I Seo Us about it. '?- J, B. KI.AM & CO? 1- .1113 Eaat Main. DO YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME |n the country or clty, lleal Entoto anywhere, a BuslnoBS In any llne? AVo can supply your wants. TO SELL l'AlCH OH TIMBKH LAW), clty lleal Estato, or a Buslness of any klnd? Tell us all about lt and name your price. McGuire & Casper, Land and Realty Agts. No. ,H North^eventh ^ocond Ehoor^HMOND, VA. Our facilities for prompt and satisfactory transactions are perfect, ?tUBJUiJMKTg The College Man Clean cut?well set on hls legs. Good shouldersl You cun tell hlm by hls hear? lng und hls clothes. AA'c can't glvo you hls iiienlal fortunc, hut you can havo hls style through College Brand Clothes. Ho wenra 'cm, And nbt through oconomy. IIo can't got better by paying more price, nor?A'on, Nobby Mlxtlires, Grays, Plaids, Checks, Blue Sorgo and lilacks, up to $25. Auction Sales?This Day. ^RADEl^^M/XRJS SfANPAtf |6H: i STOCK GROCERIES AND CONFKC- ' TTONERIES AND FIXTURES. SHOAV CASES, IRON SAJTE?GOODS ONLY ItOUGllT THIHTY DAY.S AGO?AT OUR AUCTION-HOUSE, 10 NORTH SEVENTH BTREET. TO-DAY, APRIL 1STH AT 10:30 O'CLOCK; alsd; after whicli wo will Kell a lot Household Goods, Iron and AVood CotB and Mat tresscs, Iron Bcdstcad, Refrlgoruiors, Cook Stove, Steel Rnnge, Carpots, Mat? tings. nnd Llnolcum, Bcd-room Suits, Chalrs, Rockors, SIdeboard , Kltchen Cablnot and Tables. Ofllco Chalrs. Desks nnd Tables: and lots others goods. It will pay partles fixing up for the reunion to vlslt our store, ns wo are fixed for lt. THE STANDARD AUCTION CO. B. C. Buford, Manager and Salosman. By A. .T. f'hewnlng Company, Real Estate Auctionoers. AUCTION SALE OF No. 1035 AV. Graee Street, THREE-STORY, SEM1-DETACHED. ON TIIURSDAA', APRIL 18, 1907. nt 0 o'clock P. M. In order to close up nn estato thia property must bc and will bc, sold. IT LS F1RST-CLASS. and tho loeation most doslrnblo. TERMS can be made to suit you. A. J. CHEWN1NG CO.. Auctloneers. By Pollard & Bagby. AUCTION SALE TO THE H1GHEST BIDDER OF A NICE LOT Z4 FEET BY 179.9, ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF GROVE AVENUE BETAVEEN STRAAVBERRY AND SYC AMORE STREETS. AVe will sell at auctlon. on the premlses, THURSDAY, APRIL IS. 1907, at fi:30 o'clock, the above mentioncd de S"vvetare instructea to sell thls lot to tho hlghcst bldder, wlthout reservo. TERMS: Easy; announced nt sale. POLLARD & BAGBY, Auctionoers. Schools, UNSVEBSITY COLLEGE 0F MEDICINE rv?rhg%?,nad STUART McGUIRE. M. D . PstBIOtMT. Thla Colloge conformt to the Standards fixed by law for Medical Education. 8end for Bulletln No. 11, whlch tello about lt. Three tree cataloeuea-SpecIfy Department, MEDICINE - OENTISTRY - PIIABMACY Dividend Notice. THE BOARD Ol'" DIRECTORS OF THH RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBUROK& POTOMAC RAILROAD COMPANY hns doclnrod a dividend of. four and a half dollars ($4,00) a shnro upon - Its GUARANTEED STOCK. pay lb Q May 1, 1907! Transfer books willbo elosed from Aprll 2lst to April 30th, both Incluslvc. ,. .,-,,, Checks will bo mallod to nl hold crs. The underslgned should bo notl flod of change of post-offlcn uihlross. I"). K. KI'.LI.UUU, Asslstant Treasurer. The Confederate Museum, J5J.13VI3NTH AND CLAY STUM0ET3, OrHN 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M. ADMISSION, 2Bo.