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.WANTS
ONM CBKi? A WOHI).
-i- .? - *? -?
JLoit anb jfounfc.
tOST, THURS1'AV 'BVEN 1 NO, NBAR
Flfth and Cary .Streets, male bull
pup, whltc; brown spot over'hls nycn,
lilack apot ovor hls noso; nged two
lii'iiitliH and linlf. If fuunil return to
210 houth Second .Street. Huliablo
reward glven.
LOST. BETWBBN 207 WEST ORACE
and -000 West Franklin, a tortolso
comb, mounted wlth gold. Flneler
pleaso return to -01 Wcst Grnce and
recelve rewurd.
LOST, AT MOSBLEY, VA., DECEM
hcr 2Sth, oul sottcr dog. whltc, llver
spots on eyes, cars aml body. An
swe-rK to naine Mn.t; $10 reward. J.
h, KELLOGO, Wllllumstown, Mass.
&)?ip (uaaiueo, ittale.
WAN'1E|>, 1'UH U. H. AKlli, ARLIV
LuuK-ei uiiiimri n'd rhen,,between age? of
ls und 35; citlzens , of thu uniieu
Btales, of goofl character and tomper*
ate hablts; wlu caa speuK, rcuii uud
wnic iMiglluii. Men wanted now lor
Bbivlce ln Cuba und thd Pnilipplnes.
For Inforiiiuti'in apply to llecrultlng
Offlcer. o20**Sast Uroail St.. Kiclmioiid,
Va., 123 Sycamore St., PCtorsburg, Va?
or Columbia liuiluing Grauby St., Nor?
folk. Va.
FIRFMEN AND URAKEMEN ON RAIL
roadh ln Riehmond vlclnlty, to 1111
vucanclus caused' py promotlons. Ex
perienco unnecessary. State age.
helght. welght. Flreinen. J100
monilily, bccORie' englnecra and earn
$201). lirakemeii, $76, bccoinlng con
ductora earn $150. Namo positlon
prefcrred. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION,
care RIchmond Times-Dispatch.
i _
I MADE $30,000 IN FIVE YEAHS IN
the mail ordi r buslness, began wlln
$5. Any one can do tho work. bend
for free booklet; tella how to get
Kiarteei. MANAOER, >Jox 570, Eock
port, N. Y.
WANTED', AGENT ON COMMISSION.
for sale shares well known rcalty
investment company puylng dlVldenda
regulurly ten years and ownlng
nearly three millions assets. Addrcsa
F 3G3. care Time.--Dihpu.tch.
[WANTED, WHITE MAN TO COOK IN
boardlng-hoi /<.-. on contract work;
must bo str/ilv sober und first-class
cook aml baker. Wages, $G0 per
month. JAMES MULL1GAN, Wilson,
N. C.
.WANTED. MAI'.rtlED WHITE MAN TO
work on farm; must know how to
linnillf- horses und drlve team of four
mules. N. ii. NOLAND, Beavcr Dam,
Hanover county, Va.
.WANTED. CLBANER AND PRESS
er, by March lst or JOth. P. O. Bo*C
305, city.
"WANTED, A GOOD. SOBER WHITE
man to nurso an old gc-ntleman: $5
per week and board. Apply 1519
Floyd Avenue.
t- . _.i, . -s
&ittmttoii?( VManttb, iflalc.
W a N T ED. POSITION BY COMPE.
lent offlce mnn, seven years' ex?
perlence as bookkeepcr, stenograph
??r, e-ntry clerk, etc; employed. .\d
drces E 346, care Tlme.-s-Dispatcli.
A OEP.MAN WANTS WORK AS FIRST
i lass farm hand. 621 North Sev
cntecntli Street. A. WEBER.
A GEH.MAN WANTS WORK AS A
first-class cabinet m?k<*r. Address
62' North Seventecnth Street.
$clp WLantttj, Jf emale.
WANT!'.!'. A SETTLED GEH.MAN OR
Itisli or Scotch woman. wbd has lia,i
experlence as a worklng housokeep
t-i ; good wages will be palel for good
work; do not apply If un wllllng to
stato nationallty, antecedents, lncum
brance*.-, experlence, reference nnd
? lualiricatlons. Address F 391, care
Tlmes-Dispatch.
WANTED. COMPETENT SERVANT
to cook, wash and iron and o-sslst
in house work for small famlly;
good wages. Apply Soul Grove Ave
6ERVANT WANTED FOR SMALL
famil/. Apply .-econd flat, 250S
West Grace Street.
WANTED. EXPER NCED WAITRESS.
Apply at once, at 1S35 Monument
Avenue.
WANTED. A COLORED GIRL TO
nurso baby. Apply to Mrs. W. E.
WOOD. Forel's Hotel.
WANTED. A COLORED WOMAN "to
do general house work. Apply 410
West Grace Street.
WANTED. COOK. WITH RECOMMEN
ilutlons; good wage-s to right party.
Apply 301 South Cherry Street.
WANTED, HOUSEKEEPER FOR Tliis
city. MARTIN & CO., 305 North
Elghth.
?? i ' ??
?S>tiuation?. Manteb, jFemale.
w^tISPbTXyouncT u.\gvTa~po^
sltlon to do general offlce work,
typowriting, etc; can give best ref?
erences. Address A 133. caro Tlmes
Dlspatch.
P?elp, iflale anb Jfcmale.
W AN T E dT^aT^VOPJ^INgT ^1 A^ACHiR
on a farm, who ,understands atteiid
ing stock, growing vegetables and
flowers; wife to be a good butter
inaker and to attond to poultry. Ap?
ply to ASA JOHNSON, at T. XV. Wood
& Sons, 12" South Fourtecnth Street.
WANTED^ COLORED MAN AND
wife as scrvants ln home near For?
est Hill: house wlth small garden
furnlshed. Address Box 312. city.
r- _
$rofes.fiioiiui ^elp ?Hanteb.
WAN^rT^TE ACII ERS^TO^^CHOOLS
and schools for teachers. THE VlR.
G1NIA TEACHERS' BUREAU, Rev,
R, W. CR1DL1N, Manager, Manches?
ter. Vn.
r= ' .
&>oIicitor3 anb is>aleje.men.
jEA^ESMTsN^WAiJTE^^
ing on mllls, factortes, mlncs, eiec
trlc llght and power plants ln gen?
eral; slde Hne or exclusive sample
can bo easlly carried ln vest pocket;
commlssion basls only; big money
tor right partles; tor purtlculars, ap.
ply to GREENWOOD MANUFACTUR
1NG AND SUPPLY CO., No. 141 Milk
Street, Boston, Mass.
CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED; EXPE
rlenco unnecessary; $100 per month
and expenses. PEEREESS CIGAR
CO., Toledo, Ohlo. (
j&oar&ins.
WANTED, A FEW BOARDERS AT 321
North Twelfth Streot; n.ce, large
rooms; ono seiuare from Broad
Street; hot water for bath at all
times. 'Phono ln hall. Terms mod
erate. 'Phone 7153.
V.HS. PITZER. 115 EAST FRANKLIN
Street. Handsome- dlning-room: ho?
tel servlce; old Virginia cooklng;
rooms slngle and en sulte.
.WANTED. PERMANENT AND TABLE
boarders. Apply Mrs. HORACE
WELLFORD JONES. 809 West
Franklin.
WANTED, PERMANENT AND THArv
slont boaritors ut THE LURAY, 403
East Maln Street; excellent table;
nlce rooms, \
WANTED, PERMANENT, TRANSIENT
snd table boarders, at Olti North
' Elghth. Street,
WANT
ONi* C'KNT A WOI'.l).
ajjente Wlilantttj.
POIITUaVi' AGENTS' SAMt'l',13 Flfl-Tl-f;
gunrnnteed portraltB. RELIANCE
POHTHA1T CO., 00 Humholdt iilvd.,
Chlcago, 111,
Moomsf for dRent.
VVfX"*rTED? A COUPLE TO- OCCUPX
front room, soiitnorn oxposure; fur?
nlshed or unlurnished: steam heai.
electrlc H'ghts; porcelaln hath; liol
11 tirl cold water; uho of telftphono,
' wlth board. Mrs. MAUDE UAV1.S, 918
East Broad Street. 'Phone 0110.
WANTED, TENANT FOR ONE IIOOM
of Kiiltc of offlces, centrally located;
wlll alHo sharo cost of stenograph
er. Address Box 312, clty.
FOR RENT, THREE CONNECTING
rooms; without children. 1316 North
Twenty-flfth Street. Slx dollars.
?Phone 1350-.I.
FOR RENT, LARGE BACK ROOM, UN
furiilHhcd, near Third and Maln
Streets. Address C 218, caro Tlmes
Dlspatch.
TWO ROOMS; PRIVATE HATllT- 107
Third Street, between Grace and
Franklln,
FINE ROOMS, HATH, RANGE, TWO
. porches, halls, yards. for rent, at No.
910 Turpin. Apply No. 001 Turpin.
FURNISHED ROOMS. nOT WATER,
tolephone; meals served- 700 East
Marshall.
WANTED OCCUPANTS FOR SECOND
story heated room. Apply 202 South
near T{lird and Main.
TUIiNISIIED. HEATED ROOMS FOR
gentlemen, at 719 Sast Grace.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. AP
ply 723 West Maln Street.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AT 814
JCast Clay. Porcelaln bath; telephone.
FURNISHED ItOOMS FOR RENT. 109
North Seventh,
ftoomss ?Santefc.
WANTED. PLBASANT, COMFORTABLE
front or slde room. by young couple,
wlth board: want tlret-cfa-ffl acconi
' modatlons in good locallty; central.
Address C. E. S., caro Tlmcs-Dls
patch.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY. A
nlcoly furnlslied room, Wlth board:
centrally locatr-d. Address B 162.
care Times-Dlspatch.
_fiati Jfor &*nt.
FOR 'RENT, FLAT FURNISHED OR
unfurnlshed, with bath. 818 Easi
Broad; next to Bijou.
FOR RENT. SECOND STORY FLAT.
West Graco Stseet, eight rooms and
bath. Posscsslon Aprll 1st. Address
J 4 58. care Tlmes-Dispatch.
jfor ?>alt.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT. ALL STAND
ard rnakes of typewrlters. No busl?
ness complete without one. We credlt
amount pald for rent lf you declde
to purchase. Look at our rebulit
machiru-s. THE TYPEWRITER EX?
CHANGE. 605 East Maln Street,
Rlchmond, Va.
FOR SALE. WAGON MANUFACTUR
Ing plant. Including valuable real
estate; well established trade; well
located and well equipped. An ex?
cellent opportunlty. For paruculars
address* WAGON, care Times-Dls?
patch.
FOR SALE, 100 $30 SEWING MA
chlnc-H for $11.69, complete wlth at
tachments. Teo-year written guar
antee wlth each machlne, Thlrty
days' trlal allowed. Call, wrlte or
'phone us. SPOTLES-S CO., INC,
Shockoe Warc-house, South Thlr
teenth Street. Telephone, 93L
for sale] one four-cylTnder
flve-passenger autocar machlne, ln
Al condltlon, equipped wlth five
lamps. horn and cape top. Reason
for selling to make room for larger
tourlng car. Prlce, $350. C. K. LAS
SITER, 308 North Twenty-fltth
Street, Rlchmond, Va.
THE CALVERT RYE WnlSKEY THAT
ls old, mild and rlch ln medlclnal
qualKles; $1 per full quart; bottled
at the dlstlllery. THE GEORGE A.
HUNDLEV CO.. INC. Pure Food
Store. George McD. Blake, Secretary
and Manager, 514 East Broad Street.
SMITHF1ELD HAMS. THE REAL AR
ticle; we seil no Irhitatlons. THE
GEORGE A. HUNDLEV CO., INC.
Pure Food Store. George McD. Blake,
Secretary and Manager, 514 East
Broad Street.
CORD WOOD.?WANTED, TO ESTAB
lish business relations wlth quall?
fled dc-alers to handle West Vlr
glnla cord wood; carload lots. J.
O. IRELAND, Alvon, XV. Va.
FOR SALE, HALF INTEREST IN
manufacturlng a household special
ty; ready seller; only small capit3l
requlred. Address D 274. care Tlmcs
Dispaich.
FOR SALE. 1.000 CORDS OF WOOD.
prlce $4.50 per cord ln carload lots
delivered in Rlchmond. VIRGINIA.
LUMBER AND BOX CO., INC. Pe?
tersburg, Va.
FOR SALE, A COMPLETE JOB PRINT*
Ing plant, witli electrlc motor and
fixtures cheap. Apply to J. E.
HARDING. Lafayette House, Man?
chester, Va.
WE POSITIVELY HAVE NO AGENTS.
therefore save you agents' commis?
slon on Standard light running, ro
tary shuttle sewing machlnes. JUR
GENS, Adams and Broad.
SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND BOIL^
ers frorii five to 100-horse power; all
guaranteed. I. BLUFORD & CO..
153" East Cary.
FOR SALE, THE AUTO PRESS1NG
Works; best reasons for selling. 519
West Broad.
WANTED. TO SELL A RETAIL GRO
cerv business in good noighborhood.
Address J 483, care Times-Dlspatch
&eal Cfrtate for ?>ale.
SIXTY-FOOT LOT, ASHLAND
Street, between Reservoir and Ran
dolph; only 8 per foot; excellent
lot to bulld on; no vacant property
near it. Flfty-six-foot lot, front
Homc Plnce. West Maln Street; $19
por foot. This ls bargain. Soe
ANDERSON REAL ESTATE AND
LAW CO? Eleventh Street. 'Phono
8-15.
$3,500 WILL BUY A DETACHED
sevon-room frame dwelllng, wlth ali
convenlences and well heated,
facing Chlmborazo Park. Only *9U0
cash. Address F 4 5. care TimOB-Ds
patch.
53 1-2 FEET, NEAR CARY AND
Lombardy, can be bought cheap, lf
taken ln next fow days; three houses
can be -bullt on lt. Houses ln great
demand near samo, See ANDER?
SON REAL ESTATE AND LAW CO.,
Eleventh Street, 'Phone 845.
FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS AT
lowest prlce3 on easy terms; greatest
bargains In Virginia. Wrlto for cat
alogue. Address J. R. ELAM, Char?
lottesville. Va,
SEVENTY-l'JVE ACRES WOODLANa
on Broad Street Road (Box 85), tlvo
and a half miles from clty llmlts,
Wood and saw-tlmber; flfty acres
farm land a'.tachod, wlth bulldings.
120 ACRES. AT STATION,~SIXTEEN
miles from Rlchmond; oottngo houso;
enough timber to pay for property.
Address G 403, care Tlmes-Dleputoh.
WANTS
ONB CBNT A WORD,
#oultrp?-$ct anb Itoe fctocb.
WE FURNISH WILD, RED AND QRAIT
foxos, (;uuglit by trappers; large,
hustling fcilows; wlld Jack Rabblts,
full grown, measure three feet long.
elghteen Inches hlgh! nothlng but tho
fastest of dogs can catch thom; ralso
near where Ilberated; breed fast.
Pet foxeg, cootis, fe>x squlrrclo, red
squirrnls of Europe, sllver pheas
ants, large Boigian hares, Otiinca
I>igs, largo red Carneaux plgeons,
pure white. fast flymg homers, rlng
doves. Poultry of all klnels; eggs
in season. PET STOCK FARM, Rock
Hill, 8. C.
NOW IS TIIE TIME TO 11ATCH
hrollers and wlnter layers; we sell
Charles A. Cypher'a "Model" lncu
bators and brooders at factory prlces,
f. o. b. RIchmond. Free catnlogun
and feed clrcular. W. J. TODD, Rich?
mond. Va.
NOW IS THE TIME TO ' HATCII
brollors and wilter layers; we sell
Charles A. Cypher's "Model" incu
bators and brooders at factory prlces,
t. o .b., Richmond. Free catalogue
and feed clrcular. W. J. TODD, Rich?
mond, Va.
BReal estate (t&antcb.
wa>*tedT"for" s^^ral CUSTOiT
ers. brlck dwellings from $2,500 to
$3,500. See us at once. JOtiN T.
OODDIN & CO.
ipentonals.
'HuT^'r^EVVRITER EXCH^NrjET~605
East Main Street, Brancli of Amerl?
can Writing Machine* Co., take pleus
ure ln showlng their splendld stock
of new and rebullt typewritora of all
makes to those lnterested in buying
or renting. Every machine above
$20 carrles absolutely the same guar
anteo ti.at Is glven wlth $100 new
machlnes. All mnkes sold, rented and
repalred. Supplic-a for all klnds of
machlnes. Investlgate.
EVERY DEPOSITOR IN A BANK IS
ee,ually entltled to the greatest se
curity and the best service. THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH?
MOND, VA., undoubtediy affords both,
and lnvites accounts from all classes
needing the facilltles of a strong,
large, cjurteous, bank. Assets.
$9,000,000. Organlz*-d April. 1665.
LET US REPAIR THAT SEWING MA
chine for you now..whllo the weather
ls bad, ane] before you start your
spring sewlng. All work guaran?
teed. .Standard agency. JURGENS'S
MAMMOTH FURNITURE STORE.
Atlams and Broad.
PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND
couches recovered and reupholstered
like new: sllp covers made and rnat
tresses renovated; for cash or on
easy payments. No charge for esti?
mates. CHARL'JS JURGENS'S SON.
Adams and Broad Streets.
THIS IS TO LET MY FRIENDS AND
tne public know that ln the future I
will be associated ln business wlth
my father, J. Leroy Sutherland, Fu?
neral Dlrector, 101 East Main Street.
WELLFORD R. SUTHERLAND.
'Phone 613.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SMITH
fleld sausage. lt ls the best.
ilottcetf.
E^rtY^EPO^IT^lT^llT^^^NJ>r^I8
equr Ily entltled to the greatest se
curlty and the best servlce. THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH?
MOND, VA., undoubtediy affords both,
and lnvites accounts from all classes
needing the facilltles of a strong,
laige. courteous, bank. Assets,
$9,000,000. Organlzed Aprll, 1865.
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHNKE BROS., Jewelers. 912
East Maln Street, buy, sell, exchange
and remount diamonds in thc latest
styles. Old gold and sllver taken ln
exchange.
REMOVAL NOTICE.?DRS. G. J. AND
D. A. DAVISON have removed their
elental offlces from Seventh and
Broad to Murphy's Hotel Annex,
corner Elghth and Grace Streets.
'Phone 21S8._
MACHINERY REPAIRS AND RE-*
newals. Why pay factory prlces
when you may save money and time
by comlng to us? C. B. FORD CO..
Trlgg Shlp Yard. 'Phone 3028.
Coal anb WLaoti.
w^^e^tThT^nly^v^otT^e^i^
ers located on the S. A. L. ln Rich?
mond. Thls road brlngs the orlgl
nul North Carolina heart plne dlrect
to us. It ls better; easy to spllt;
easy to burn, and glves good, last
lng heat. Try a sample loart We
sell all kindi of coal that 'urns
like wood. 'Phono 6913. 1 jRTH
CAROLINA WOOD AND COAL CO.,
827 Rrook Avenue.
WILL SICLL FOR THE NEXT WEEK
half cord spllt, $3.50: we aro head
eiuarters for North Carolina wood:
all klnds of coal on hand. "Phone for
our prlces. 'Phone 6913. NORTH
CAROLINA WOOD AND COAL CO.,
827 Brook Avenue.
iSujouicss <@pportuniti?g.
Wa1*^~ED~^CTIVE, ENEFGETIC
partner wlth $5,000, to take Interest
ln establlshed wholesale buslness. A
splendld opportunity to the right
one. Investlgate thls. Address
WHOLESALE, 1507 Maln Street,
Lynchburg, Va.
fteltable GTrangfers
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HAUL
lng trunks to depot or any part of
city, from Richmond College to
Twenty-nlnth Street,- for 25c.; also
piano and furniture haullng. C. C.
MILLNER, 901 East Broad. 'Phone
1445.
ifltecellancous..
^CPR5^L^O^'r^L^GRA?HY!
THE MASSEY SCHOOL OF TELEGRA
phy offers a thoroughly practical
course?a course whlch flts for prac?
tical work as a telegrapn operator. It
ls conducted by a man who has had
several years' experlence as telegraph
operator, railroad and exproas agent.
lf lnterested, call, phone or write for
CLtalogue. MASSEY BUSINESS COL?
LEGE. 705 East Main Street. 'Phono
11*47._ _
RUBBER REPAIRING.
RUBBER BOOTS HALF-SOLED, 750.;
heeled, 50c-; patches, 15c? and up;
overshoes heeled. 35c. Rubber coats
altered and flxed; hot water baga
and other rubber goods repalred.
DREW'S ELECTRIC RUBBER. RE?
PAIRING, 716 East Maln Street,
'Phole 2667. _
"Ibuggies. traps, wagons, etcT
is it a buggy or surrey of
whlch you aro thlnklng? Don't wait
until you actually need lt. Come;
look over our line. We havo them
in all varletles and at prlces to flt
your pooketbook. A. MEYER'S SONS,
118-120 South Elghth Street.
FINE UPHOLSTERING AND MAT?
TREoSEIi
FURNITURE REPAIRED, POLISMED
and reupholstered; old hair mat.
tresses mado ovor like new; sllp cov?
ers cut anel made. JACOB UMLAUF,
705 Wost Maln Street. 'Phono 3202.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
SUIT SCOURED AND PRESSED, 750'
suits pressed, DOo; ladies' and gents'
suits dyed at GILL'S, 325 North Flfth
Btreet. 'Phono 4t>63, -i
WANTS
O.NH CttNT A WORD,
ffliftttllnntousi.
^UPlFoLSTERINa.
IARLOR SUITS. ODD CHAIRS AND
couches recoverod and reupholate-'nd
llke now; sllp covers madu and mat
ttesHes renovated; for cash or on
easy payments.. No charge for estl
mates. CHARLES JURGEN.V.l bON
Adams and Broad Streets.
WliJN VOU WANT THE liE.Vi'
TR'*NKS, BAGS AND OUT GOOjJS,
ln every slze, shape and prlce, ot
wish your trunks, due or sult-case
repaired, bo siiro to call or teleph>,ne
to ROUNTREB'S RETAIL SiOKE
703 East Broad Street. 'Phone 5i;i,i:
TYPEWRITERS
REMINGTONS, UNDERWOODS, OLIV
ers, and all other makes may b<; hati
at a savlng of 25 per cent. to 75 pei
cent. at the TYPEWR1TER EX?
CHANGE. 605 East Main Street
Rlchmond,
AWNINGS.
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR AWNINGS
made up now whlle you can seourt
every attention and care and be r>.iu]>
for ? thc sprlng? II. E. COPELANL
& CO? 108 North Ninth.
FUEL.
BUY FUEL FROM THE DEALBH
who saves you money. Ono cord of oak
or plne, $6.75; dlscount on all klnda
of coal for cash. TYLER 4- RVAN.
Llnden and Cary.
REPAIRING AND POLISHING FURNI
TURE.
LEVY. THE UPHOLSTERER AND
mattress maker, 425 West Broad
Street.
SHOE REPAl?INO~
'MEN'S SHOES HALF-SOLED, 75C; LA
dles. 6Qc; chlldren's, 36c. and up, ac
[ cordlng lo slze. Every palr sewed; nr>
nalls, no pegs. DREW'S ELECTRIC
SHOE FACTORY, 716 East Maln
Street. 'Phone 2667.
OPTIC1ANS.
WIIAT'S WRONG? IS IT YOUR EYEhV
Probably you need glasses. Go to
Dr H. BREIT.STEIN. Thu Opticlan,
113 East Broad, and havo them ex
amlned. Thoy may be causo of your
headaehes. ConsUltatlon free.
WATCH REPAIRING
HAVE YOUR WATCH REPAIRED AS
lt should be. I guarantec all work.
O. R. KASTEN. successor to I. God
dard. 510 East Main Street.
WATCH REPAIRING.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM. TOrilEN. Jr.. Is a guaran
Ce*. that it is done properly; 20 years'
experlence. Cleanlng, $1; maln
springs, $1. 408 East Broad Street.
All work guaranteed.
ANTIQUES.
LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTIQUES
ln the State; everythlng at rock
bottom prlces. BIGGS. No. 515 East
Maln Street.
BAKERY.
CREAM PUFFS, 25C A DOZEN
tergest and best In clty. DRINK
ARD'S, 423 1-2 North Slxth.
SEWING MACHINES.
DON'T BE WORRIED TO DEATH BY
sewlng machlne agents, but buy a
"Standard" direct from us. JUR
GENS, Adams and Broad.
DTEING AND CLEANING.
JOHN LA TOUCHE. CLEANR-JG, DYE
Ing, scourlng. presslng. 123 Easi
Maln Street.
ifleettng*.
OFFIClT"'
The Virginia Fire & Marine
Insurance Company,
Rlchmond, Va., February 1, 1908.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD
ers.?The reguiar annual meeting ol
stockholders wlll be held at the com
pany's offlce, No. 1015 East Maln
Street. Rlchmond, Va., on TUESDAY
THE 18TH INSTANT, at 12 o'clock M
WILLIAM H. McCARTHY,
Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THI:
stockholders of the VIRGINIA HO'I
SPRINGS COMPANY, for the pur
pose of electlng directors and foi
thc transactlon of such other busines
as may lawfully come beforc tlu
meeting, including the approval oi
all of the ffcts of the dlrectors ol
sald company ln the past year, wil
be held at the offlce of the company
Elghth and Maln Streets, Richmond
Va.. on TUESDAY", FEBRUARY 25
1908, at 12 o'clock M. The transfei
books will close Monday, Februarj
17, 1908, at 3 P. M., and remaln close.
untll 10 A. M., Wednesday, Februarj
26, 1908. A. TREVVETT,
Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of THE E. B. TAYLOR
CO. wlll be held at the offlce of the
company, No. 1011 East Maln Street
Rlchmond. Va.. on TUESDAY, Feb?
ruary 18, 1908, at 3 P. M.
XV. E. HENDERSON,
Secretary. ?
Mechanlcs and Merchants Bank,
Manchester, Va.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
holders of thls bank wlll be hold on
FEBRUARY 27, 190S. at 12 o'clock.
J. H. PATTESON,
Cashler.
Sfaecutorg' J^otfce
HAVING QUALIFIED* A^^E^aSCXJ
tors of the estate of George A. Smith
deceased, we request that all per?
sons lndebted to the estate wlil
make payment to Blalr Bolllng, one
of the executors. at 1117 East Maln
Street, Rlchmond, Va., and those
havlng clalms agalnst the estate wil!
please present them to hlm, dul'y
certlfled for payment;
MARY T. SMITH,
,1. P. TAYLOR,
BLAIR BOLLING,
Executors of Geo. A. Smith, Doc'd.
Matitzti.
BY" 6RDER~0^fmrc^VtRESSlbNAl
Distrlct Committee, a Congresslonal
Convention for the Third Distrlct oi
Virginia wlll bo held at Leader
Hall, ln the clty of Manchester on
THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1908, to
elect delegates and alternatea to the
Republlcan National Conventlon at
ChlCaS0> JOHN O. LUCE.
Chalrman.
M. J. ENRIGHT,
Secretary.
I The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY 8TRKBT8.
Open dally (rom 10 A. M. to G p. M. Ad
mlsHlon, 25 conti,. Freo on Saturday.
Richmond Transfer Co.
UNION RAILROAD AND PULLMAN
OIT'ICK,
810 E. Maln Ht., Murptiy and Jeffenon
Hoteli.
CITY TICKET AC1KNT8 TOB ALL UNK.H,
BAUGAUU CAI.I.KU FOR ANI) CltECIU'iU
FROM HESIDENCB.
European Steamship Agents
AU Lluea Hepresmted,
ftailroabtf. _ _
Southern Railway.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N B.?Followlng srhndulo figurps pub.
llslicil only as lnformation, ' and aro not
Binrnntccd:
7:00 A. M? Dnlly?Loenl for rhnrlotlc
11:15 A. M.?Dnlly?Llmltoil?Uuffct Pull?
man to Atlanta nnd Blrmlnghum. Nci
fJrlouni, Memphls, ChntttinoiiKii. nm
nll tln* South. Throu'-li coach foi
Chnsn City, iDxford, Durhftm.
f:00 I*. M?Ex. Sundny?Keysvlilo l,o*nl
11:30 P. M.?Dnlly?Llmited Pullman roadj
9:30 P, M. ror nll tlio Hi.tith.
YORK IlIVEIl LINE.
4-30 P. M.?Kx. Sunday?To Wcst Polnt?
_, Connectlng for Baltlmors Monday
*??? Woilnesdny, Frldny.
2:1b I*. M.?Monday, Wednesday and Fn
day?Local to Wost Polnt.
4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sundays?Loenl to Wei
Polnt.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
6:55 A. M.. 8:40 P. M.'?From .tli tlie South
4:10 P. M?From Charlotte, Hulelgh. Dur
hom, Chnso City and local stntlons.
S:40 A. M.?From Keysvlilo?Loenl.
920 A. M.?From Wcst Polnt. and fron
Rsltlmoro Woilnesdny, Frldny am
Sunday.
10:45 A. M? 5:15 P. M.?Local from Wes
Point.
C. \V. WESTnURY, D. P. A..
520 B. Maln Streot. Phono 455.
Chesapeake and Ohio Railwaj
9:00 A. M/Fast dally tralns to Old Pi'nt
4:00 P. M.\ Newport News and Norfolk.
7:40 A.M.?Dally. Local to Newport News
5:00 P, M.?Dally. Local to Newport New:
and Old Polnt.
"?oo p M f Dally- Loulivlile. Clnclnnati
ij.njj p* ?'?< Chlcago and St. Louis Pullmai
' * * ' (. sleoper.
9:00 A. M.?Dally ? Charlottesville, oxcep:
Sunday to Cllfton Forge.
5-15 P. M.?Week Days?Local. Oordonsvlllo.
l(>:oo A. M.?Dnlly ? Lynchburg, Lcxins'.on,
Va., and Cllfton Forse.
5:15 P. M.?Week Days?To Lynchburs.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho East?8:50 A. M., '11:45 A. M,
7-.0C P. M., 8:15 P. M.
Local from the Wcst?*8:39 A. M? 7:4!
P. M. Through?7:30 A. M. and 3:45 P. M
James Rlvor Line??8:3*5 A. M., C:50 P. M
?Dally except Sunday.
Ricliinonu.Freuericlfsli'g & Potomac R.R
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JAN. 6,1908.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND
Loavo Rlchmoml
?li.lf) A.JI. Maln KI.Kta,
?B.-iOA.M. Byrd 8t. Sta.
117.05 A.M. Bjrd SUSta.
*H.i0A.M. Bjrd St.Sta.
.?O.'JII A.M. M?ln St. Sta.
rlS.01 P.M. Bjrd St- St*.
11.D0 P.M. Ilrrd St. Sta.
36.00 P.M.Elba Station.
?fi.I.*, I'.M. Maln St. Sta.
*8.**0 P.M. Dxrd St. Sta.
Arrlvo Rlohmond
?7.60 A.M. Ilrrd St.8U
18.85Ji.M. IlrrilSI.SU
MO.;!., A.JI. Klba Statlm
tlS.33P.M. BrrdSt.Sta
?2.15 P.M. MilnSt.Sla
?7.16 P.M. IlrrdSt.SU
?11.00P.M. ByrdSt.SU
!?10.10 P.M. Maln SUSU
tll^M)P.M. ByrdSt.SU
*ia.4r, A.M. Mnln St.SU
ASHLAND ACCOMM0DATI0NS-WEEKDAYS.
Leare Elba HUtlon?7JI0 A.M. ind 6..16 P.M.
ArrlreElba Slnllon- fi.io A M. and 6.40 P.M.
?Dally. fWeekdays. IDaily except Monday
{Sundays only. 'All Pullmans, no local stops
All tralns to or from Byrd Street Station stop
at Elba. Timeof arrlvals and departures nol
guaranteed. Read tbe signs.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 5, 1908.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florlda and South: 8:15 A. M. ane
7:2o P. Mi, * 11:40 P. M.
For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M. ane
7:25 P. M.
For N. & W. Ry. West: 9:00 A. M.. 1J:H
an? 9:40 P. M.
For Petersburg: 9:00 A. M.. 12:10, 3:00
?C:25 P. M., 6:00, 9:40 P. M., 7:25 und 11:31
P. M.
For GolCsboro and Fayettevlllc: *3:2"
P. M.
Tralns arrlvo RIchmond dally: 8:10
???6:50, 7:40 A. M.: 'S'^S, ??10:45 and 11:3
A. M.;?l:27, 2:05. G:50. 8:00 and S:50 P. M
?Except Sunday. "Sunday only, ???Ex
com Monday.
Tlme of arrlvals and departures and con
ncctlons not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A.
IMmpa-MSta
ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Leave Byrd Streot Station, Richmond. Ii
effeet December 1. 1907. FOR NORFOLK
9:00 A. M.. 3:00 P. M. and 7:25 P. M. dally
FOR LYNCHBURQ. THE WEST ANI
SOUTHWEST: 9:00 A. M.. 12:10 P. M. ane
9:40 P. M. dally. ARRIVE RICHMOND?
F:nm Norfolk. 11:30 A. M. and 6:*0 P. M
dally. From tho Wost, 7:40 A. M., 2:05 P
M. and 8:50 P. M. dally. Pullman Parlo:
and Sleeplng Cars. Cafo Dlnlng Cars.
XV. B. BEVILL, C. H. BOSLEY,
Gen. Pass. Agont. Dlv. Pass. Agent.
Richmond and Petersburg Hectnc Railwaj
Cars le-ave Manchester. Seventh and Perro
Streets for Petersburg:
?b. 7, 8. '9, 10. 11. '12 A. M., 1, 2, *3, 4, 5
??5:45. ?6, 7, 8, ??. 10 P. M.
11 P. M. for Chestor: 12 mldnlght, foi
Petersburg.
Cars leuve Petersburg. foot Sycamon
Street, for Manchester.
6:35. ?-7:15. ?7:35, 8:35. 9:35, 'IOiSj
11:35 A. M., 12:35, ?1:35. 2:35, 3:35. *4:35
5-35, 6:35 -7:35, 8:35. 9:35, '10:40. 11:4!
P. M.
?Carries baggagc and cxpress.
??Llmited, except Sunday anl holldays.
All cars from Poteisburg connect wltt
cars for RIchmond.
Seaboard Air Line Railway.
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TC
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
0:15 A. M.?Local to Norlina, Raleigh
Charlotte. Wiimlngton. 2:25 P. ,M.?Sloep
ers une1 coaches, Atlanta, Blrmlngham, Sa
v.-.nnah, Jacksonvilla and Florlda polnts.
10:45 P. M.?Florlda Llmited. 12:05 A. M.?
S!e.epers anel coaencs, Savunnah. Jackson
vill, and Southwest.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TC
ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
0:05 A. U.; 9:15 A. M., Florlda Llrrltod
? 05 P. M.; 6:35 P. M.
Richmond and Chesapeake Bay R'j
Electric tralns. to and from Ashland. stop
piiik at lntcrmudlate Btations upon slgnal.
DAILY.
Leave Richmond (Broad and Laurc
Strest)?6:06, 7:10. 8:10. 9:10, 11.10 A. M.
1.10. 2:10. 3:10. 4:10, 5:10, 6:10, 7:10, 8:10
9:11' 11:30 I>. M.
Leave Ashland?-5:55, 7, 8, 9. 10 A. M., 1
noon. 2, 3. 4, 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10:3.0 P. M.
c?>teaim)oat?f.
VirginiaNavigation Co/s
JAMES RIVER DAY LINK.
STEAMER MOBJACK LEAVES FRO.\
OLD DOMINION WHARF MONDAY. WED
NESDAV und FRIDAY at 7 A. M. for Nor
folk, Portsmouth, Old Polnt. NOVPOrt News
Claromont und James Rlver landlngs, con
noctlng at Old Polnt for Washlngton, Balti
mor" aml ihe North. Electric cars dlrect te
thi wharf. Tlckets on ealo at Rlcbmom
Transfer Co., S19 Enst Maln Street; 808 Easi
Maln Street. or on wharf or sioamer. Fnr,
to Norfolk, onu way, tl.25. Round trlp,
$.'.50; second class, J1.50. Meals 50 conis.
Frelght recelved for above-uamod plucoi
anel all polnts lu Eastern Vlrginla, Nortl
Carolina und the East.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co
Norfolk tn UoHton, iMumk., aud
provldeuoe, lt. 1.
Stenmeis leave Norfolk for Boston Mon.
duv, Wednesday und FrIJay; for Provldence
Tu'osdiiy uiul Saturday, at 6 P, M. Pas?
sengers and frelght laken for all New Eng
land polnts. Tlckets on sule at C. & O.
Ry., N. Sr XV. Ry- officos and Nos. 808 aud
81;> East Alaln
"See Samuel H. Bowman"
Steamship and Tourist Agent,
S0S 13, Maln St.. Richmond, Vn,
Before maklng reaorvatlons or puv
chaBlng tli-kota elsowheru. Ho ropro
Honts all ISuropean aml Orlenlal tstouin
ship llncs.
Patronize Home Industry
THONB 5164,
Daily Court Record
tlnlled Hfnle* Clrcult. Court of AppenU.
Tlio Unlted Statos Clrcult (-'oiirt of Ap?
peals reconwnod yesterday mornlng. nt 10
o'clock wlth Clrcult Judfio Prltchard presld
Inc nnd Distrlct Judgos McDowell anrl Dny
ton ln nttcndnnco. Tho followlng case* were
sipued:
Baltlmore nnd Ohlo Itnllroitd Company,
r'nlnnont r-.ml Compnny et ni.. plalntlffs ln
ettOr, va. Unlted Ht.ntes, ex fel.i Pltcalrn Coal
Cnipnny et rtl., defcndnnls In ,-i-ror; In error
to the Clrcult Court at Riilllmnrc, Md. Al ?
ki'po by HiiRh I.. Bond, Jr., John Q. Wllson
nnd Edgar II. Gans, nf Baltimoro, Mr? for
t'tfi plnlntllTs In errr,r, 'nnd hv Wllllam A.
O'.iisgnw. Jr., of Pliilndulphla. Pa., nnd FrOrl
orlck Dftllftm, nf Baltimoro, Md., for tho dc
f( ndmits ln error.
Unlted States. ex rel., t'ltrnlrn ConI Com?
pnny, ptnlutirr.<< in error, vk-. Ilnltlmore itnd
Ohlo Rnllrmi'i Compnny, rmrmnnt Conl
Compnny ct al., defondnnts In error: In er
rtr, tn tlie Clrcult Court ?t Baltlmore, Md
Argued by Wllllam A. Glnsgnw, Jr., of Phil
ndnlphln, Pa.. and Frederlr-k Dalliini, of
Baltimoro, Md.. for tlie plalntlffa In error.
aml by Htiuh L. Bond. Jr., John O. Wllson
nnd Edg*tir II. Gans. of Baltlmore, Md., foi
the defendants In error. I'enllng the nrgu
ment court ndjourns untll thlf morrow ni
10 o'clock. Tho court has nllowed elglii
hcurs for tho ni-rument of those cases.
Cnses In cnll for to-day: td-i O. Jnekson
appellant, vs. Henry 0, ,.Tnekson ct al., ap
pilloos; appeal from Ihe Clrcult Court at
I'nrkcrsburg, \V. Va. To bo argued by Mc
Ciuor ,v MrCluer. of Parkersburg-, W. Vn.
nnt' S. T. McCormlck, of W'llllnmiinort. Pa.
for Ihe appellant, und by Wllllam Beard, B
M. Ambler and V.- B. Archorn, of Parkcrs
hur-r. XX'. Va., for the appellees.
Willlnm N. Camp. appellant, vs. Lake
Di-iimmond Cannl nnd Water Company, ap
r.tlioe: appeal from Ibc Clrcult Court at
Nrrfolki Vn. Tn bo nrguod by Ttobert M.
I'tighos and Peatross A Havairo. of Norfolk,
Vn.. nnd James II. Corbctt. of Suffolk, Va.,
fi-r tho nppellant, and by Oarnett & Garnott,
of Norfolk, Va., for appellee.
Clrcult Court.
Judirments entered yesterday: Harrls.
Jr-hnson & Co. vs. P. S. Nurduccl. Judgment
fn- plnlntlffs ror J13S.B3.
W. Benjamln Oavls vs. Benjamln J.
Franklln. Judgment for plaintlff foi $7S3.33.
Suits Instltutcd yesterday: Mrs. Elcna
Bmvnott vs. Mrs. A. D. Atkinson; damages.
$.'.000.
Case set for to-day. Vlvlan A. Saunders'e
adrilnlstrator vs. clty of Rlchmond.
MIscellnneouR-. Tho case or Wllllnm II.
Sands vs. J. B. Elam & Co.. dlsmslscd or
motlon of the plaintlff.
In tbe enno of Commonwealth of Virginia
vhlch mies for the bonellt of Frank Snmm
l&c. vs. C. B. Ford nnd A. II. C. Butler, Jur
u turned verdlct for the plaintlff for $1?,1
Mctlon to set aslde verdlct overruled ant
Judgment by the court for sald amount
Itiistlng* Court.
Apponl ense of J. R. Clordnn, flned ln Po
I!co Court for not obscrvlng Jlm-Crow stree
Ica-.' rogulntlonj, postponed on account of ill
! nt-ss of attorney.
Choncerj* Court.
I Quallflcatlons: Mrs. Annle E. Clark a
! executor of W. B. Clark: Walter Sydnor a
I executor of Mrs. Annle E. Coleman: cstatci
small.
Luiv nnd Kquity Court.
In coao of A. D. Wharton vs. clty of Rlch
nitnd, evldence submltted; goes to Jury to
c"o>.
. Suits instituted: Andrew Leo Padgctt vs
[ XV. ll. Spllllng for $3,000; Rlchmond Puttorr
i.:d StruetUral Iron Works vs. Roney & At?
kinson for $1,000; Rlchmond Pattern and
Structural Iron Works ve. Southern "Ilell
"'olephone and Telegrapb Company for $300;
Seoton & Sons vs. Wlckhani and Northrop,
recelvers, i-s., $500.
Decrce entered: XV. H. Allon. ftc, vs. Good
Snmarltans, ?js.. in regard to tho sala of real
estate.
MAKES OF ?
PIANOS! j
for sale on the market 9
to-day, but of thom all
77te Artlatic
Stieff
heads the list of the
highest fjrado. Sold dl?
rect from the factory to
the homc.
CHAS. M. STIEFF
ESTABLISHED 1842.
??or. E. llltoAl).
L. II. SLAL'GHTEK, Mgr.
S>teainuoat?(.
LD DOMINroST
STEAMSHIP CO.
Night Line for Norfolk
Leavo Rlchmond every evenlng (foot Asn
StToet) at 7 P. M., siopplng at Newport
News en routc. Fare, 52.00 one way; $4 00
rovnd trlp, Including stateroom bertb; meala
J0 cents. Street Cars to steamer's wharf.
FOR NEW YORK
Vla Nlght Llno Steamers (except Saturday).
making connectlon ln Norfolk wllh Main
Line Shlp followlng day at 7 P. M.; also
Norfolk and Western Ry. at 0 A. M. and 3
P. M.i and Chesapeake and Ohlo Ry at 9
A. M. and 4 P .M., making connectlon dally
(except Sunday) at Norfolk wlth Maln Llno
shlp sallln:. 7 P. M. Tlckets at O D.
line Offlce, SOS H. Maln Street, Richmond
Transfer Co., SI!) B, Maln Street; Tho Jef
ft-rt'on, Murphy's Hotel.
The Clyde Steamship Company
PHILADELPHIA.
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Frelght received and dellvored dally at
C & O. Ry. Co.'s Depot, Sevft'nteentb and
Brond Streets. H. K WOODFIN, Solleitln-j
Agent. Clyde Llno Wharf. rhono 610
&C&00I&
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
0F MEDICINE, WJSSJ*
STUART McGOIRE, M. I).. 1'resldent
Syotematlc courses of lnstruction In
slxtuon laboiatiles, five hospttais and
tour dlspuuslarles.
T'lireo Free Cnttihiglie.i?Speolfy Dep't.
Medicine ?Dentiatry - Pha'tnacy.
Our $40,000
Cut Prices
Red Tag Sale
Furniture
is in
Its Second
Week.
All records have been
broken. Never have the
people bought so liber
ally. "
PRICES CUT
k, % %.
Everything
in
Furniture
is
Represented.
Come to Richmond or
write us for prices.
Sydnor & Hundley,
Furniture Leaders,
708-711-713 East Broad Street,
Richmond, Va.
3mu?fements.
ACADEflK
NIGHT ONLY.
MME. KEXXY LIPZIN
and the
THALIA THEATnE COMPAM",
== THE ORPHAN =.
BV JACOn GORDIN.
I'rlrcs, J.-n- tn $1.00.
Academy, Wednesday, February 26
Curtaln at 8:20.
?MR. JNO. CORT PRESENTS
THE GREATEST DRAMATIC SOPRANO
CALVE
And ABSociated Artistfc. Includlnsr Lloyi!
D'Aublsny. Tenor (Thev. L. Dabney), foi
merly of Rlchmond, ln u Program lncludini .
tho Second Act of
CARMEN
Prlces, 75c to $3.00.
SMITH & NIXON PIANO USED.
Under Dlrectlon of J". Saunders Gordon.
Jefterson Hotel Auditorium
Metropolitan
Grand Concert
Florence Hlnkle, Soprano;
Adah Campbell Hussey, Gontralto;
Edward Strong'. Tenor:
Frederlck Martln. Basso;
Florence MeMlllan. Planist.
Dlrectlon W. L. Radcllffe. 70S Amer?
ican National Bank Building.
To-Day
3:30 o'Clock,
Gems from the Bailads
To-Night
' 8:30 o'Clock,
Gems from the Oratorios
General arlnilnslon. with reserved
seat: Evenlng concerts,, #1.00 and
$1.50; afternoon concerts. 75e and "Pl.
Seats Now on Sale at the Cable Co.'s
and Jefferson Hotel.
B1JOU--AU Week
Matlnees Tues., Thurs., Sat.
UI3VLAII POYNTER,
LENA RIVERS
At IHIoii l'ri.-e-i.
ivecnUcnS' &ale
Receivers' Sale
Of large and well-selected atock of Clothing, Hats
and Gents' Furnishings of Samuel E. Duggins, No. 00
Broad Street. All atock at greatly reduced priceu.
The public are invited. R. R. FLORANCE and G. K.
POLLOCK, Receivers in Bankruptcy.
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