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WANT
ONB CENT A wonu.
THE'RATE for Clnaalflcd Want Advor
tlslng- la 1 cent por word, wlth a mlnimum
cont of 10 conts for each Insertion whon
pald ln advance. and 25 cents when eluirged.
The samo into applleB lo duathi. marrhiBes,
oblttmrlea und all other ditsslfled nollcoi.
No display typo nllowsd in tho claaslflod
columns.
?Eimetf-Bispatcfj JfrancfjeS.
The followlng Branch Offlces havo been
?stabllslu i for tho bonoflt i thoid llvlng
at a dlstance from the Muln Offlco of Tho
Tlmcs-Dlsputch. Tho Times-Dispatch Wants
loit at any of theso branches wlll receivo
thi satnii careful attention us iliough they
bad boon luft at the Muln Offbc, aml thcra
wlll ba no extru cost to tlm rtdverilscr:
BliAUOHTER'8 DRCO STORE, Tweiity-flfth
an.l tuiinbla Stieets.
W. 1-'. EANES ,2813 East Broad Streot.
A. A. BCOTT, Twenty-flfth and Uroad Sta
TVILLIAMS'S PHARMACY, T-venty-flrst ani
.VaiBliall Streets.
TAItRA.NT, OHA.NT & CO.. Koushso and
Bioad Hlroets.
0. W. LATIMER, No. 800 Wcsl Marshall St.
TIIOMPBON'8 UKL'U STOKE. r.'o. 1521 V.
Maln Htreet.
1. L BEVBRIDOE, Brook Avo. and Clay SI'
RiDY'S DRUO STORE, Barton Helghts.
l't.Ol'LES DRUO STORE. No. 390(1 Wtl
liamsburK AVOnuer, l-'ulton.
ROBIN'S PHARMACY, No. 200 East Mar
.i rfU'-i.-t.
C1T1 DRUO STOHE, No. 1444 East Maln
Street, cotner pirtcenih.
JTJDSON CCNNJNOHAM, No. 2017 East
Maln Street.
WILLIS'S I'HAKMACY, No. all Bouth Plne
Ktrect.
KlKK-l'AHHISH CO.. No. 412 Easl Broad
THK. 1'ARACiON PHARMACY. No. J01 West
Cary Street.
EATON PHAI1MACY, Twenty-elghth and
N Streets.
KiSON'H PHARMACV. No. 113 Canal Street.
V/OOD &. 1UNKEK, Twenty-Ilfth and Loig'.l
Streets.
J. T. LEWIS. No. 4 East Broad Htreet.
NOKTHBIDE PHARMACV. PlP.h and Buk--r
CAKTER'S DRl.'O STOI'.E, No. 1102 Hlll
htreet, Manchester. _.,
TV, ENTY-EI'-.HTH AND N STHEET PH\U
MACY, Twcr.ty-elghth ond N Streets
O. T. XV. KEltN. INC, corner Twouty-flfth
and Chureh Hill Avonuo.
K>ST PHARMACY, No. 2601 iMireet.
TIMES-DISPATCH, No. 40 North Sycamorc
blrect, Petersburg.
TIMES-DISPATCH. No. 215 Elshth Stree*.,
Lynchburg _
iost anb Jf ouno.
r6lSriCX^O.-d^N^^llArKIt CHALN
purse. contalnlng vnluables und a
srntill sum of money. The owner can
recover safe by calling at T'*.c
Times-Dlspatch llbrary, ldentlfylng
property and paying for adverttso
motit. _
LOST. ONE GOLD SEAL PIN: MONO
gram 11. V. M,. Monday night. on
Broad. Elg-hth, Ninth or ln Academy.
Itewurd lt returned to 10'J Lact
Broad._
X~OCND. SOME COWS. O.N THE PROP
crty of thc SouthBlde Land and Im
provomont Co., near Manchester
Owner may get same by identlfylns
cows.and paying charges.
&elp tManttD, ittale.
xln-: ADVERTISINO IjEPARTMEN'1
ul a dally newspaper has a good
openlng fur a young man. ono whe
, '? Dmprehend ti.e- advertislng pos
aibllltlea of varied Itnea of bustnesi
? .. pare series of attractive
.-. mcing ile--lgns und matter foi
menti; must present u ncu
a. and. ppsseB-s a fuir degrei
of ablllty ...- a salesman; cxperience
elther a.-. advertlseraent writer -oi
oalosman, not entirely reciulsite; a;
the necessary nualificatlons may b'
lound ln one. wno has never had thi
training thts opportunlty offers. Ad
dross, glvlng your own ideas of youi
fitnoss, by letter only, L U02, care
The Times-Dlspatch.
WANTED, l-'OR U. S.' ARMY, ABLE
bodled, unmarrled men, betweei
ages of IS aud 36; cltizens of th
L'mted States, of good character un.
temperato habits, who can &peak
read und wrlte Engllsh. Men want
ed now for servlce ln Cuba and th
Pliilippir.es. Kor lnformation appl;
to RECRU1TING OKPICER. 820 EaS
Broad Stree-t. Rlchmond. Va.; 12.
Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Va.. o
Columbia Bulldlng. Granby Street
Norfolk, Va.__
LVMBER COMPANY. W E S T E R :
Pennsylvania, about to start bo:
thook factory ln Virginia seek 1
competent man. cxperienced 1 .thi
llno: ablo to lnvest $.J,000-$j.<K>0 ii
company, good opportunlty. Wrl?
glvlng particulars of experlence rcf
eronce, Mr. LITCIIFlEuu, caro HaP
goods!1137 Park Building. Plttsburg
Pa._
YvVNTED. MEN TO LEARN BARBE1
' trade; new system; eight weeks com
nletes; expenses earned while learn
lng- $12 to $18 weekly guarantee.
wllcn through; beautliully murtnrta.
catalogue malled free. MOL.LK
BARBER COLLEGE. 207 Bowerj
Now York Clty._
BTVRT A" MAIL ORDER BUSINES
of vour own, but not wltb. a,chea:
trlck or novelty. I mado $00,000 1
fivo years and began small. I wil
show you how- to start right. sen
for my freo booklet to-day. UEA
COCK, Box 935, Lockport. N. \.
WANTED, AT ONCEANINDUSTRIOU'
rellahle whlto man, to work halve
011 my farm wlth me in corn and to
bacco; would profer a marrled nm
without chlldron. Address R. 1
JOHNSON. Angola. Cumberland coun
ty, Va._
W A N T E D. A FIRST-CLASS ALl
round, sober, strictly rellable an
lndustrlous pressman: good salary t
right man. CIIRONICLE PUBLISH
ING CO.. Alexandria, La.
.WANTED, VIRGINIA REGISTE R E
pharmaclst; good salary and goo
hours; glvo references. G. G. CONC
DON CO., Hampton, Vu.
YOUNG MAN TO ACT AS SALESMA
ln tnlloring ostabllshment; good sa
ary to right man. Apply to 802 Ea:
Main Streot.
g .
tMuationS Mantefc, fflale.
WANTED, POSITION BY REGISTET
1 ed drug clerk, slnglo. good refei
onco. Address H 574. care Timo:
D l spatch._
POSITION AS 'DRUG CLERK; FIV
years' experlence and best rereronc
hot roglstered, but practlcal drugglt
Address K., care Tlmos-Dlspatch.
BEGISTERED PHARMACIST, W1T
cxporienco and best of reference. d.
siros position at onco. Addross
575, caro Tlmes-Dispatch.
^clp Santeb, jfemale.
W^^E^In'^ABOUT TWO XVEBK
a lady to- do stenographlc and gei
eral offlce work; ono that wrlt
well and good ut tlguros preferre
Address ln own handwrlttng, atatlt
experlence and salary expected.
permanont sltuation to the right or
Address L C18, care Tlmos-Dlspatc
WANTED, SEAMSTRESS Ln ? I ? '<
famlly; must ho skillful ln flno ae\
lng und know somethlng of tlros
making; stato address, terms;' refc
ences und experlence. Address
6S4, caro Tlines-DlHpatch.
WANTEDT^HOUSKKbiEPER. LADY t
oxpc-rlouci) anel rol'lnoinent, to ta
clinrgo of house ln country; co
venlcnt to ruilroaels. Settled la.
wlth no encumbrance. Address B
242, Lynchburg. Va.
WANTED, A GIRL POR I10US
work ut 18J8 Monument Avotiue. C:
, betwoou 8 aud 10 A, M, ...-.-?
{Muatfontf \WLar\ttu, Jfemale.
WANTED,''BY A YOUNG LADY. A' VO
? slllon to do guiiuiul oltlcu work,
typowiitlng, etc; can glve best lot
i i. ....? .. AddicHM A 186; care Tlmea
Dinputch. , _
CO.Ml'HTENT LADY STENO.CUAl'.i i..>
to KO.to sinall town Where board and
othor expenses are cheap. . Addic
020, e.-atej Tliiicn-Dlfapatch,
jboaxumQ.
TRANBIBNTST 'sVa^toTcmT8 CaS
got clesan, comfortablo bed witn heat.
..-d room, ln ictlncd rtoignljorliood,
two b.iuuicM trom Clly iiail; excel
lent mculH seivid next door, old vir?
ginia Mtyio, ?!*> cents eaen. No. luo:
Ii,a.*.t Clay. 't'll.Hie- jiii'i.-L. _
'Fk-V^sTkNT, TABLE AND ROO.M
boaroers waiuecl; e.-legunt room; larc
iho best, hotel service; rates reason
ubie; referencea exchunged. 4ut> faaMi
.Maln._
WANTED, PERMANENT AND THAN*
stent boarders at THE LURAY, 10'
Eaat Maln Streetj excellent tabln
nice rooma.
WANTED, PERMANENT, TRANSIENT
and table boarders, al 516 Nortl
Elghth Streot._
WANTKD PBRMANENT, TR/*Nbl BNT
andStabla boardora. alao front t'oomi
?107 Eaat Maln. '
ixomns for ftent.
WANTED, A, COUPIjB TO OCCUPV
front room, southern cxposure; fur?
nlshed or unturnlshed; ateam heat,
tf.cctrlc lights; porcelaln bath; hot
and cold water; use of telephone,
with board. Mrs. MAl.'DE DAVIS, i?la
Eaat Broad btreet. 'Plione 5118.
TENANT FOR NICE ROOM. FKANK
lln. between Foushee und Second;
man and wlfo ..r ladies only. Ad?
dress 11., V. O. Box 'iii.
FOR RENT, NICELY FURNISHEU
room, wlth or wlthout board, ln pri?
vate famlly for otic or two young
men. Addreaa P, O. Boj. MO, city.
FURNISHED ROOMS. HOT WAI ER
' telephone; meals aerved. 700 Ea&t
Marshall Street.
NICELY IfURNIBHED ROOMS. 1
North Slxth. between Maln ancJ
Franklin.
LA.ROE AND SMALL FURNLSHE1
rooma. S14 East Clay. Bath, tele?
phone.
FURNrSHED, HEATED ROOMS FOB
gentlemen, at 71? East Grace.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. BOARt
convenlont. 723 Wcst Maln Street.
ftoomtf 2Bant?&.
C^^L^MAN^WAJ?TS^TO RENT A
large front room, olther furnlshed oi
unfurnlshed. for flve dollars pei
month. Address L 6''4. care Times
Dispatch.
Jflatfi Jfor fcent.
FOR; RENT. FOUR "ROOMS. FIRS'J
floor flat; centrally located on Floye
Avenue; hot and cold water bath ane
telephone. Addreaa H 571, can
Times-Dispatch.
FOR RENT. A NICE FLAT OF THRE1
or four rooms. Apply 216 East Maln
'Pnono 1556-J%
Jflats W&mtib.
WANTED IN"" ABOUTi_8IXTY DAYS
to rent flat or house, lour bedroom
requlred; south of Broad and wes
of Fifth. 'Phono 3385-J.
Jf or _3>ale.
RIN-A-ME," THE NEW HEAD
acho remedy, sold cverywhere o
sent postpaid on receipt of 25 cent:
Accept no substitute. Repreaenta
tlves wanted. THE CLr. > ci^r*..*.
MED1CAL SUPPLY CO., ?52 Eas
Seventy-slxtli Street, Northeasi
Cleveland, Ohio.
FOR SALE, AT BARGAINS. ONE 8 1
inch by 10-lnch twenty-horso powe
stationar-y engine; practlcally new
ono fifty-horse return tubuiar boiler
ono forty-horso power return tubu
lar boiler. RlCttMOND IRO:
WORKb. 'Phone 1037.
FOR SALE, A CASH GROCERY STOR1
on country road, two miles tror
town, doing good buslnoss; gooe
stand. Address BALTIMORE BOT
TL1NG WORKS, 10 North Twentict
Streot.
FOR SALE. EGGS FOR SETTINC
from Barred Plymouth Rock
(Thompson), Buff Cochln and Bul
Cockln Bantams, $l.ou per flfteer
Also, three Buff Cochln Bai^tar
cockerels, $1 each. 'Phono 6432.
FOR SALE, AN ASSORTMENT OF NE\
wagons of our own make; severa
second-hand wagons, phaatons, sut
reys and runabouts. RICHARDSO:
BROS., 615 Brook Avenue.
ilHAVE YOUR CARRIAGES AND WAG
ons palnted and repalred and rub
ber tlre work promptly done b:
RICHARDSON BROS., 615 Broo
Avenue. 'Phone 1467.
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF DE
livery wagons on hand; the hlghei
quality for little monoy; come an
soe. A. MEYER'S SONS, 120 Sout
Elghth Streot.
SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND BOII
ers from 5 to 100-horsepower; a
guaranteed. 1. BLUFORD eS: CC
1537 East Cary.
FOR SALE, 1000 CORDS OF~WOoi
price $1.50 por cord ln carload lo
delivered ln Richmond. VIRGINI
LUMBER AND BOX CO.. INC, p.
tersburg, Va.
FOR SALE, THREE HUNDRED PAIP
flve-dollar steel ball-bearlng rolh
skates, at $1.50 per pair. TOMK1N
207 "Wost Broad.
WANTED?COME, BOYS; WE HAV
lt; vou want lt; send 5 cents for .
free illustrated catalogue. MORRIl
CLARKSON CO.. Bethel. Conn.
PutftneJltf ?pportumtiea.
wTn?E^d7"1e-a1*TOER. "WITH O
wlthout services, to furnlsh *3.0i
worklng capital for promotor <
buslness entorprlses; opportuplty f<
right party; proflts. 510.000 and i
yearly: contldentlal. Address D 26
care Tlmos-Disp tch. _
Coal anb l?oo&. _
xvlv^iioT^tf^vooD of the oni
yard here on tho Seaboard Alr Li
Railroad, whlch runs through t
orlginal North Carolina wood cou
trj. If you uso thls you will
convlnced that thero ts a dlfferen
in thls wood and the klnd you usui
ly get, one-half cord plne, $3; or
half cord slabai $2.25. Our con.
frea-burning. 'Phone 6918. NOR1
CAROLINA WOOD AND COAL CO!
? PANY. 827 Brook Avenue.
WANTED, 1.000 YOUNG MEN AND W
men to Join the Frlendshlp Post C?
lOxchango. Address POST CARD E
CHANGE, Box 11, Slation B, .Uie
liiond, Va. ? _
WANTED, WINDOW CLEANING,
cents. JOHNSON, 1101) North FI
Street,
WANTED, TO BUY JIOUSEHOl
goods ln any. quantlty, Call 'pho
ilbDl.
ONE CBNT A WORD.
Beal <?0tate for &ale.
FOR BALD, ONE Ol-' THE PRKTTIEST
and hot fiirins iu the I'iodmunt sec?
tlon of Virginia; well uilnpte-d lo
trults, cereals, grnnses, sheep nnd
cultle; nlco brlck house; good or
cliurd, water In evory fleld. Addresa
VENDOH. care Tlmes-Dlspiitch, llich
moiiil, Va.
FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS AT
lowest prlces on e-usy tcl-ms; greatest
bargains In Virginia. Wrlte for cat?
alogue. Address J. II. ELAM. Char?
lottesville. Va.
I KNOW OF -.',500,000 FEET OF GOOD
inorchantable timber thut can be
bought reasonabie. Address J. L.
DU VAL. Timber Estlmator, 819
Eust Maln Street, clty.
ftcal estate Wianttb.
WANTED, TO BUy' WOOD^LAND
clo.i-i to railroad; state full partlc
ulars. Address A btiT, caro Tltnes
Dlipatch.
4Joultrp.?^Et anb iUbe fetocfe.
NOW IS THE TIME To' ll ATCH
brollers und WJIlter layers; we sell
Charles A. Cypher's "Model" lncu
bators and brooders at factory prlces,
f. o .b., Richmond. Free catalogue
and feed clrcular. XV. J. TODD. Rieh
inond, Va.
BEAN'H BL'FF POULTRY PLANT,
Anokd, Minn. High-ctasii utlllty and
c-xlilldtlon ?Buffs," all varletles, twen?
ty yenrs' experlence; one thousand
premiums. Wrlte. Do lt now.
FOR SALE, MAMMOTII BRO.-.ZK TUR~
keys; toms, $5; pullots. $4. Pairs, no
ukin, $8.50. Fine ten months old
Hereford bull, $50. H. B. HOWE,
Dublln, Va.
FREE.?LIBERAL SAMPLE CONKEY'S
Laylng Tonic and valuable Poultry
Book, lf you brlng thls ad. to XV. J.
TODD, Rlchmond.
iVxttitt-.
WE HAVE AN* EXPERT MAN Wllu
do'-s flrst-class repalr work on type?
wrlters, Iron safes. cash reglsters,
sewlng machines; clean bank1
vaults and locks, sharpen scl->sors i
and fit keys, rebrown and blue gur.s,
flt single trlggers and autoinatlc
ejectors on guns, and any klnd of
work In thls llno ln most sclcntlflc
rnanner. HARRIS, FLIPPEN & CO..
121'J East Main Street.
I
EVERY DEPOSITOR IN A BANK I.S
equally entltled to tho greatest se-1
curity and tho best service. THFi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH?
MOND, VA.. undoubtedly affords!
both, and Invltes accounts from alli
classes needing the facilltles of a
strong, large, courteous bank. As?
sets $9,000,000.00. Organized Aprll.
1865.
WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHNKE BROS.. Jewelers. 9U
East Maln Street, buy, sell, exchange
and rcmount diamonds ln the latest
styles. Old gold and sllver taken
in exchange.
FOR SALE. THREE HUNDRED PAIRS
flve-dollar steel ball-beartng roller
skates. at $1.50 per palr. TOMKINS,
207 West Broad.
igtergnnais.
EVERY DEP^FT^R^IN^A BANK IS
equally entitled to the greatest se?
curlty and the best servlce. THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH
MOND, VA.. undoubtedly affords botb.
and Invltes accounts from all classes
needing the facilltles of tt strong,
large, courteous bank. Assets, $9,000,
000.00. Organized Aprll, 1S65.
?WESTOVER" RUBBER ROOFING.
carried ln four thicknesses, ls su
perlor to almost overy brand on
thls market. Get a sample of lt be
fore placlng your orders. bpecify
"Westover" Rubber Rooflng to your
dealer and patronlze home lndustry.
TIIE WESTOVER PAPER CO.. Rich?
mond, Va. > _'
PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND
couches recovered and reupholstered
llke now; sllp covers maue and mat
tresses renovated; for cash or on
easy payments. No charge for esti.
mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON,
Adams and Broad Streets.
BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE AGENCY,
Colorado Building, Washlngton, D.
C.?Expert Investlgatlons. any cause,
all sectlons. Unlmpeachable creden
tlals, MARGAN BRADFORD, JR.,
Prlnclpal.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SMITH
fleld sausago. It ls the best.
ifltecellantous.
^opticiaSs.
what's wrong? is it your eyebv
Probably you need glusses. Go to
Dr H. BREITSTEIN. The Optlclan,
118 East Broad, and have them ex?
amlned. They may be cause of your
headaches. Consultatlon free.
UPHOLSTERING.
PARLOR SUITE. ODD CHAIRS AND
couches recovered and reupholstered
llke new; sllp covers made and mat
tresses renovated; for cash or on
easy payments. No charge for estl?
matos CHARLES JURGENS'S SONS.
Adams and Broad Streets._
AWNINGS.
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR AWNINGS
made up now whlle you can secure
every attention and care and be ready
for the sprlng7 II. E. COPELAND
& CO.. 108 North Ninth.
VIOLETS.
FRESH DOUBLE VIOLETS. 50C. HUN
dred; carnatlons, 35c. dozen; funeral
designs. sprays from one to three
dollars. M. A. WHITTY, 28 North
Ninth Street. clty._
REPAIRING AND PuLISHING FURNI?
TURE.
LEVY, THE UPHOLSTERER AND
mattress maker, 425 West Broad
Street._
fW1uLe7th"rEE HUNDRED FAIRS
flve-dollar steel ball-bearlng roUer
skates, at $1.50 per palr. TOMKINS,
207 West Broad.
ifleetmg^_
?"^A^ATE^^mrUNICATION OF
*-_rV#remplo Lodge, No. 9, A., F. ? A.
/V\M., wlll be held ln Masonlc Tem
piTtHIS (Friday) EVENING at 7:30
o'clock. Members of slster lodges and
translont brothren are fraternally In?
vlted.
By order of tho Worshipful Master
ALEX. XV. ARCHER, Seo'y.
v " Rlchmond, Va? March 2, 190S.
ia THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THfc
stockholders of the Tredegar Com?
pany wlll be held at the company'i
offlco ln tho clty of Rlchmond oi
March IS, 1908, at 12 M.
J. R, J. ANDERSON,
Secretary Tredogar Company.
, The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Opon dally from 10 A. M. to B P. M. Ad
mU.lon. 25 conts. Freo on Raturday
Real Estate Exchange d
For Railroad Stocks or Bonds.
I havo some valimblo -Improved olty
roiil estuto, prodiielns regular Incoma aiul
Burn af fiituro eiihaiicument lu vnlue, thut
1 wlll oxchaintu for stocks or bonds of
any standard rallroad or commorclal cor
iioratton. Address A 1157," care Thnes
Dlspatuh.
ftattroaUtf.
Southern Railway. i
TRa'iNH LEAVE RICllMONI..
N. IJ.?followlng schedule Hfurei pub- _.
llhert only us Infurmalloii, and are not
ju-Hranle'-.l: g
7:00 A.M.?Dnlly?Locnl for <.narle-.it... fl
11:1.*. A. M.?Dally?Lltrtlted?Buffet I'ull- ^
mnn tn Atlantn nud BlrtJIingham, Ne?.Mr ,
Orl?an?, Mnnipnls, Chaltanooga, ane]
ull th- Houtli. Througti coach for
Chase e'lly, Oxforel. Durham. ?
con p. m.?Kx. Sunday?Ke>avill? i,.,r,ii
11:30 P, M ? Dnlly?Llmlte.l I'lnlinun lenely A
9:.10 I1. M. for all tlio South. -^
VOIIK RIVER LIN0
4:30 I'. M ?Kx. Sunday?To West I'e.int
Connootlhg for Baltlmoro Monday. |
Wcdncfi-.lny, Frlday.
2:15 I*. M.?Monday, Wodne-selny an.l Frl
day?Local lo Weat I'olnt.
1:30 I'. M.?Ex. Sundays?Local t., Wost
I'olnt.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND
5:55 A. M., S-.IO V. M.?Krom nll th. . ith, _
4:10 P, M.?"Trom Charlotte-. ItaUlRh, Dur?
ham, chnaci City and ie.c-i! .-...: T
8:40 A, M.?Finm Keysvllle?-Locu. |
???:".? A. M.?Frotn Wcst Polnt, and fiom | *
Baltlmoro Wednesday, Frlday end
Munday.
10:15 A M, Si45 I'. M.?Local from West
I'olnt. _
C. \V. WESTBURY. D. P. A., ??
920 E. Maln Htrect. Phone ISS,
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
9 oo A. M I l'am dally tralna to Old I'olnt,
4:00 V, M. i Nnwport Newa and Norfolk.
7:40 A.M?Dally. Loenl to Newport Newa.
S'.OO 1*. M.?Dally. Local to Newport Newa
and Old Polnt.
? ?? ? ,. f Dally. LoulavlliC, Clnclnnati.
miSow*! Chlcago and St. .'-onls Pullmsh
11.uo 1. si. I^tccpor.
9:00 A. M.?Dally ? Charlottesville, except
Sunday to Cllfton Forge
5:15 P, M.?Week Daya?Local to Uordoit
ville.
1C :00 A. M.?Dally ? Lynchburg, Lexlngton.
,'n., and Cllfton Forge.
5:15P.M.?Week Daya?To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARRIVE H1CHMOND
From the Enst?8:50 A. M? 11:40 A. Jl.
7:r.-, p. M.. 8:15 P. M.
Local from the Wost?'8:30 A. M., 7:15
P. JI. Through?7:30 A. JI. and 3:1*. P, M
James Blver Line?'8:33 A. M., 5:80 P. JI.
?Dally except Sunday.
1
a:
RidnnonfljFreflericlcsb'g & Potomac R, P
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE 1AN. 6,1908.
TO ANO FROM WASHINGTON AND BEY0N0
J
Loavo RIchmond
?0.10 A.M. Maln 8t. KU.
?0.-2DA.M. Uyrd St.Sta.
:;7.i..*>A.*1. Bjrd St.Sta.
?M.10A.M. Il-rd St.Sta.
I"*!).**0 A.M. MalDSt.SU.
118.01 P.M. Bjrd 8t. SU.
+4.00 P.M. BTrd Su Sta
'5.00 P.M. Elba Station
?6.1 j P.M. Maln St. Sta.
?VJO P.M. Ilrrd St.Sta
Arrlvo Richmond
?7.60 A.M. Byrd St.Sta, :
?8.2S A.M. Ilrrd St.Sta. !
*-10.3o A.M. Klba Station "
fltt-'lo P.M. Bjrd St. Sta ',
*"-M5 P.M. Maln St.Sla. '
?7.16 P.M. Ilrrd St.Sta.
*0.00P.M. BvrdSt.Sta.
?*10.10P.M.M'aInSt.Sto.
itlt^O P.M. B-rdSt.Sta.
?12.46A.M. Maln St.SU.
ASHLAND ACCOMMODATIONS-WEEKDAYS.
Learo Eltia Station?7.30 A.M. and 6.36 P.M.
ArrlreEIba SUtlon-tUO A M. and 5.40 P.M.
?Dally. fWeekdaya. JDaily except Monday.
'Sundays only. {All Pullmana, no local atopa.
All train* to or from Byrd Street Station atop
at Elba. Time of arrivala and departures not
juaranteed. Read tha si_na.
ONLY ALL*r.AlL LINK TO NORFOLK.
Leave Bvrd Street Station. Richmond. In
efft-ct December 1. 1907. KOR NOP.KOLK:
9.00 A. JL. 3:00 p. JL and 1:2$ P. JL dally.
FOR LYNCHBURG, THE '.VEST AND
SOUTHWEST: 9:00 A. JL. 13:10 P. JI. and
9:40 P. JI daily. ARRIVE RICHJIOND?
F:om N'-rfolk, 11:30 A. M. and 6:50 P. M.
daily. From the West. 7:40 A. JL, 3:05 P.
Ji. and !>:.-..) P. JL dally. Pullman Parlor
au 1 Sle?ptng Cars. Cafe Dlnlni! Cars.
V. B. BEVILL. C. II. BOSLEY,
. Gen. Pass. Agent. Div. Pass. Agent.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 5. 190S.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHJIOND DAILY.
For Florlda and South: 8:15 A. M. und
l:2i P. JI., ?11:40 P. M.
For Norfolk: 9:00 A. JL. 3:00 P. JI. ana
7:35 P. JI.
For N. & XV. Ry. West: 9:00 A. JL. 13:10
and 9:40 P. JL
For Petersburg; 9:00 A. Jf.. 13:10. 3:00,
?3-2S P. Jl., 6:00. 9:40 P. JL, 7:25 and 11:30
P. M.
For Goldsboro and Fayettevlilo: ?3:2S
F. JI.
Traina arrlvo Richmond dally: 6:10.
???C:50. 7:10 A. JL; "8:35. "10:15 and 11:30
A. JI.;?1:27. 2:05. 6:50, .8:00 and 8:50 P. *>L
?Except Sunday, "Sunday only, "*Ex
cep.. Jlonday.
Tlme of arrlvals and departures and con
nee.tlons not guaranteed.
C. S. CAJIPBELL, D. P. A.
Seaboard Air Line Railway.
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TO
LEAVE RICHJIOND DAILY.
9:15 A. Jl.?Local to Norlina. Raleigh,
Charlotte, Wllmlngton. 2:25 P. JL?Sleep
eis and coaches, Atlanta. Birmlngham, Sa
vannah. Jacksonvllle an.l Florlda polnts.
10:45 P. JL?Florlda Llmited. 12:35 A. M.?
Sieepers and coaches, Savannah, Jackson?
vllle and Southwest.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDUT,ED TO
ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
0:05 A. M.-. 9:15 A. JL, Florlda Llmited:
6:05 P. JL; 6:35 P. JL
Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railway.
Cara leavo .Manchester, Seventh and Perry
Streets for P?tcrsburg:
-. 7, 8, '9. 10, 11, '12 A. >L, 1, 2. '3, 4, 5
5:45. ?0. 7, 8. *9. 10 P. JL
11 P. Jl. for Chester; 12 mldnlght, for
Petersburg.
Cars leavo Petershurg, foot Sycamore
Stieet, for Jfancheitter.
6:35, "IllS, ?7:35, S:33. 9:35, ?10:35,
11:35 A. JL. 1'2:35, '1:35. 2:35. 3:33. '1:35.
5:35. 6:35, '7:35, 8:35, 9:33, ?10:t0, 11:10
P. JL
?Carrlea baggago and express.
"Llmited, exoept Sunday and holldays.
AU cara from Petersburg connect wlth
cars for RIchmond.
Richmond and Chesapeake Bay R'y
Electric tralns. to and from Ashland, stop.
plnsr at lntermedlate statlons upon slgnal.
DAILY*.
Leave RIchmond (Broad and Laurel
Street)?6:05, 7:10, 8:10, 9:10, 11.10 A. JL
1:10, 2:10, 3:10, 4:10, 5:10, 6:10, 7:10 8:10,'
9:10, 11:30 P. M.
Leavo Ashland?5:55, 7, 8. 9, 10 A. JL, 12
noon, 2. 3. 4, 5. fl, 7, S, 9, 10:30 P. JL
Richmond Transfer Co.
PNION RAILROAD AND PULLMAI*}
OFFICE.
I 810 E. Maln St., Murpny and Jefferson
Ilotels.
C,T_ TICKET AGENTS FOR ALL LINES.
BAGGAG1* CALLED FOR AND CUECKKD
FROM RES1DENCE.
European Steamship Agents
All Llnea Ilepre-.ei-.ted.
?Imu0Ement?f.
.CMMY-"Friday, March 6
, Nlght Only.
KlrUn Ln Shclle'n l'rmlticllon nf
:HECnERS
Icnry lllc.-t-ioni**. flrent ftficlng! I'lny.
?"rlce-t, 2*>-* to tai.HO.
iCADEMY-Sahirday, March 7th
Matlnco nnd Nlght.
.IOSKPII KINO I'lt KSPXTS
Tbe ('rent ttmotloniil Drniiui,
LAST LYNNE
l'lllCJJS t Mntlner, 25c lo ttie,
NlKlit, ***ic to *"1.00.
JIJOU?All Week
atlnecs, TuoHdny, Tliur*/i]ny. t-'nturday
The DIstin_uiHhncl Amerlcan Actor,
i. MILLER KENT
In the sensatlonnt Engllnh Huccess
RAFFLES
,'ith a company of notable players.
efferson Hotel Auditorium
Snturdiiy I'venlnj;, Jlnrch "th,
JAN
UBEL
TIIK KMINE.VT VIOLINIST,
-isisted by Mlio. BERTHE lior. Soio
?lanlst, and Herr LTJDWIG SCHWAB.
ccompanlst.
51.50, $2.00 and S2.50. Seats now gell
-ig at The Cable Cempany, 213 East
iroad Streot.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
Of BN 9 A M T -. 8 P M.
ADJIISSION 35c.
SATUR AY FREE.
!33fjere ?o ^top 3fn -gftrgima.
(SL^. l*aCr. KjCHMOND. "
-*-*?--*J"__irw"Lst < . "t.-*---?*?^Roij-ia
he Most Magnificenl Hotel in the South.
Wlth the addltlon of 300 bedroomg. cafe,
rlvato dlnlng-rooms, bllllard hall, Bample
wims, conventlon halla, ej^c, thls far-famed
,otel Is more beautlful. attraetlve and
octiro than ever before.
European plan cxcluslvcly. Culsine un
urpassed. Charges reasonable.
Rooms $1.50 Per Day and Upwards.
For rates, booklets or reservatlon address.
P. JL FRY, Manager.
Going Abroad
rhen "See Mr. Bowman"
VND SECURE RESERVATIONS AT ONCE.
?Ie reprosents all Atlantlc. Transatlantlc
ind Paclrtc Llnes. Jlany shlps for salllngs
n June, July and August are now booked
ull.
Samuel H. Bowman,
S. S. and T. Agent.
803 E. Maln .St., Richmond, Vn.
'Phone 5154.
?&te<nrm)oat?.
'HLTTiJominio^
steamship co.
Night Line for Norfolk.
Leavo Richmond every evening (foot Ash
Stteet) ut 7 P. Jl.. stopping ut Newport
News en route. Fare. $'.'.00 ono way; "4.00
round trlp. Includlng stateroom berthj meals
">?? cenis. Street cars to steamer's wharf.
FOR NEW YORK
VIk Nlght Line Steamers (except Saturday!
making connection ln Norfolk with Jraln
Lino Shlp followlng day at 7 P. JL; ulso
Norfolk and Western Ry. at 9 A. JL and 3
p. JL; and Chesapeako and Ohlo Ry nt J
A. JL and ' P. JL. maklng connection dally
(except Sunday) nt Norfolk wlth Maln Line
shlp saillng 7 P. JI. Ticketa at O. D.
Line Office, S0S E. jraln Street. RIchmond
Transfer Co., S19 E. Jlaln Street; The Jef?
ferson, Jturphy's Hotel.
Virginia Navigation Co/s
JAJIES RIVER DAY LINE.
STEAMER JIOBJACK LEAVES FROJI
OI D DOJ1INION WHARF JIONDAY. WED?
NESDAY nnd FRIDAY at 7 A JL for Nor?
folk. Portsmouth, Old Polnt, Newport News,
Claiemont aiul James Rlver landlngs, con
r.ecting nt Old Polnt for Washlngton. Balti?
more and the North. Electric cars dlrect tc
the wharf. Tlckets on salo at Rlchmonel
Transfer Co., 819 East Jlaln Street: 808 Eas1
Jlaln Street, or on wharf or steamer. Fare
to Norfolk, one way, $1.25. Round trlp
J2.50; second class, J1.00. Moals ",0 cents.
Frelght recelved for above-narried placei
and all points ln Eastern Vlrginla, Norll
C&rollnu and tho East.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Ct
Norfolk to Iloston, Mn*>H., und
Provldence, R. I.
Steamcrs leavo Norfolk for Boston Mon
day. Wednesday nnel Frlday: for Provldenc.
Tuesday, Frldny nnd Sunday, at 0 P. JI. Pas
st-ngers" and frelght taken for all New Eng
land points. Tlckets on sala at C. St U
R>.. N. & XV. Ry. offlces and Nos. 808 inc
819 East Jlaln.
The Clyde Steamship Companj
PIULAOELPHIA,
RICHJIOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Frelght recelved and delivered dally a
C & O. Ry. Co.'s Dopot, Sevontoenth an.
Br. ud Streets. II. K. WOODFIN. Sollcltlnj
Agent. Clvele Lino Wharf. ?hone 510
LECTURE ON
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY, March 9th, 8:30 P. M.
BY
Mr. BICKNELL YOUNG, C. S. B.,
of Chicago, 111.
Moinber ot tho Christlan Soloncu Board of Leotureshlp, of tho Flrst.
of Chrlst. MclontlKt. Jn Boston. Mass. This lecturo ls tflvpu
Cliurch
dor tlie ausploe's of First Cliurch of Christ,' Selentlst. Rlohmond. Va.
KOCAHUS. ADMISSION FKJ'.E,
>treet Committee Votes to Put
on Ten Mcs to Work on
City's Streets.
FO HELP POOR IN THIS WAY
Seven Young Men Will bc Be?
forc Oak Grove Court
This Morning.
Vtnnohester Bureau, Tlmos-Dlspatch.
No. 1102 Hull Str>--*t.
At tho meeting of tho Stroot Com?
mlttee held last nlght tho Clty Engl
tioer was empotvered to employ ter
lesorvlng men to work on tho street;
for thlrty days. Tho motlon was made
by Mr. Moore, who stated that thf
?treets are ln need of attention; that
nany men aro out of work, and tha'
It ls better for tno clty to glvo somf
if them employment and obtaln re
mlts, than to havo to go lnto the treas?
ury to ald them us paupers, and gel
nothlng In return.
A petltlon presented by Mr. GI1I
:amo from a number of cltizens llvlnj
In the vlclnlty of Tenth and Semme>
Streets, who asked that a pavement
referred to tho Second Ward delega
bo placed on Tenth Street betweer
Porter and Semmos. Thc matter -was
tlon.
Street In Hnd Condltlon.
On motlon of Mr. Purdue, tho Clty
Knglneer was lnstructed to estlmate
tho cost of puttlng Ninth Street be?
tween Porter and Perry into good con?
dltlon. At present the street ls almor.t
Impasslble and ln some places ls
dangerous.
The commlttee deelded that the stree
funds for thc year should lle nppor
tlcned ns they woro last yoar?equall;
among the fou rwards?tho work don
to be outllned by the ward dele-ration
The commlttee adjourned to meet o
Monday nftornoon at 3 o'clock, at Flrs
and Stockton Streets for thc purpos
of inspectlng Stockton and Soom
Streots, whlch aro badly In need of Itn
tirovoments.
Those present at the meeting wer
Messrs. XV. D. Fergusson, J. W. Moore
D. L. Tony, R. L. Patram. H. A. Lind
say. J. D. neams, T. E. Taylor, C. C
Jones, A. R. Hooker and J. R. Purdue.
Face Serious ClinrgtB.
Pat O'Connell. Haul Heatll and Pottp
Scott. all whlto boys. aro locked up In tli
Manchester Jail on the charge of stealln
I rarses from the Southern Railway. The
will he trled before f:o.uire Clieathatn I
Oak Orovo this mornlng. Five other boy
v. lio uro charged wlth tlie samo ofi'cns? an
who wero trl-?d two weeks ugu, will heat- tli
declslon of ;he court ln thelr cases to-da;
'::eiulro Cheathatn reserved declslon ln thes
e ulvs.
Club Cliartered.
A charter wus flled In the Corporatlo
Court heio yesterday mornlng empoweiln
the Broad Rock Club to own and malntal
a houae and grounds ln Chesterflel
county. Thei club . hns fcocn organized fc
the purpose of huntlng and flshing, and h
eldently oporitlng- a wheat and corn mll
The capital stock ls tlxed at J10.000. an
each share ia held at $100.
The club now owns Gregory's mlll ar.
pond as well as considerable land aroun
ttus property. The pond la utockod wlt
cbub and baag, and a small clubhouse
standing thero now. The orsuulzatlou coi
tCmplates ma'.-lng many Improvements. Tl
pond la located about ten nilles from Mai
chesler.
Tho offlcers of the club are as follow
Prtsldent, H. E. Htrnlsh; Vlco-Presldent,
II Dorset; Seeretary-Treasur'.-. B. P. V'i
den. These. wlth T. E. Owens, Sam J
Moore, J. P. Carson, C. E. Oary, Judi
Wlinam I. Clopton, Ernest lf. Wells, J. j
Graves constltute Ihe bourd of dlrectors.
Persouuln aml Itrlefs.
The ragular ineetlnir of tho Fhianco; Con
mltteo wlll oe held to-nlght.
A rulnbow party wlll ho glven in tli
homo of Mrs. A. C. Hardlng; by the Your
Ladies' Aid Soclety ot Balnbrldgo Stree
e:hurch thia evenlng fur tho benefit ot tl
fcuneluy-sehool llbrary.
The chlldren's song servlce at Ftfth Stre.
Methodlst Chureh Wedncsehiy at'ternotin w;
well attended and lieartlly enjoyed. Thei
uung servlces i"-o preparatory for the chl
dren's revival meeting, whlch wlll be coi
ducted every afternoon from Sunday ln coi
noctlon wllh tlio protracted services whlc
wlll then be ln progress at Fifth Stre.
Cliurch. Tho paslor, the Rev. Wllllam I
F.ciwards. will preaeh nt ihe afternoon sei
vlces and the Rev. J. M. Rowlaud at nlsh
APPLICATION WITHDRAWN
PiederlrksburB and Southern Itallway JIo
Apply I.nter fur Brouder Cluirter.
The Frederlcksburg and Southern Railwr
Company. the- newly-orsanlzeel e:orporatlo
v.-hlch fought through tho blll repealing- tl
;<!?! i-pu .!!:?? 11 ns clause ln tlm statutes coi
coming the Richmond. Frederlcksburg ai
potomac. Rallrcad, hus wlthdrawn Its appl
cutlon for a chartor to bulld a llno fro
Ashland to Freelerlcksburg, and the Co
porutlon Commisslon haa returned the a
compaylng fee of 150. Thls Is regarded .
purely a formal matter, aa tlie comrntssli
denied tho appllcation in view of the la
prohlbltlng the paralleling of tha line of tl
Rlohmond, Frederlcksburg and Potomac.
The repeal blll will not become effectl
until nlncty days after tho adjournment
tl'.i General Assembly, when lt Is understoe
that appllcation for a much broader chart
will be niatle. Tho Goulds own the Frai
erickslnn-r and Southern, and It is sald th
they wlll elther havo the charter of tl
Rlohmond anel Chesapeake Bay Corapai
amended or apply for a new one allowll
them to parallel the Richrnonel, Fredrlck
burg and Potcmac as/far as tho Potonu
Rlver.
WILL ENFORCE LAW
Clgar Dealers Must Koeu Boxss Intact
Suffer Heavy Peimlty.
Tho Unlted States Internul Revenue Coi
misstoner at Washlngton Issued a rulii
several months ago calling; attention to t
law wlth referenco to the sale of cigai
provldlng that tho boxes must bo kept I
tact untll all tho elgars theretn uro dlnpoa
of. and that elgars must not be taken fre
ono box and placed In another.
Many ci-jar dealers are salel to havo
hablt of tearins off tlie tops of boxes wh
exhibltlng cl'j-ars ln tholr sliowcaaes. TJ
ls held to bo a plaln vlolatlon of the ln
which preierlbes a heavy penalty.
Ihe department has ruled, however. tl
tho tops may be turn oft provlded they c
taeked or In some other substantlal w
Dtlached to Ihe bottom of tho boxes. T
ls dono to ac2ommodato tho dealers und
tho samo tlme. to keep wlthln the provlsk
of the law reeiulrlng that the be.xea be ki
lrtact. Tho department wlll Insist upon
stilct obB3r\-tuiee ot the law among all (
dealers throushout the country.
gmmmer 3X.esiortfii.
Greenbrier
White Sulphur
Springs
West Virginia
Will open for season
1908 June 15th. For
rates, aceonunoiUitions,
etc, apply to George A.
Mills, Manager. Addrcsssj
until June ist, The High
lands, Washington, D. C.
I HQT SIRVHE
TH[ OPERATION
Capt. George G. Thompson, WeU
Known Railroad Man, Dies
in University Hospital.
[Soecl-d to Th-> Ttmos-Dlspa.toh.]
CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA., March 5.??
Captaln Goorge G. Thompson, of Cul?
peper, who had held a responsible po?
sltion with tho Southern Hallway over
fiince the Clvil War, dled at the Unl?
verslty ot Vlrginla Hospital at 8 o'clock
thla mornlng, aged eighty-Cour yeara.
The remalns were taken on tho 4:19
traln thls afternoon to Culpeper, whero
the funeral will tako placo at 2 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon, thc servlco to he
conductrd hy the Rov. Mr, Waro, rec
tor of the Eplscopal Church.
Captaln Thompson recently under
went a dellcato surglcal operntion, but
owlng to hls extreme age llttlo hopo
was entertained that ho would aurvlvd
lt. The seven chlldren of the patlent
i wero prasent at tho tlme of tho opcr
j atlon and remafnod at his bedsldo to
\ the last. Thc chlldren aro: Annle, wlfo
of the, Rev. James G. Mlnnegerodc, of
! Loulsville, Ky.; Lolla, who resldes tn
Loulsvlllo wlth the Mlnnegorodes;
Ellza, unmarrled, whose homo has been
wlth her father at Culpeper; Ruth.
wife of Mr. J. E. M. Hanckel, of Roa
nolte, Va.; Rlchard C, an attorney-at
law, of Washlngton, D. C: Georgo G.,
Jr., dlvlslon frelght agont for tho
Southern Rallway, with headquartcra
at Greensboro, N. C, and J. S. B.
Thompson, of Atlanta, Ga~. asslstant
to Presldent Finley, of the Southern
Rallway.
Captaln Thompson marrled Ellza
Barbour, daughter of Captaln John S.
Barbour, of Culpeper. aud sister of the
late James Barbour and the late Sena?
tor John S. Barbour. both prominent ln
thelr day ln the politlcs of the Stato
und country. Sho dled about thlrteen
years ago. The Thompson and Bar?
bour famllles have heen tor generatlon.,
among tho most prominent in Culpeper
und the adjaccnt countles.
OBITUARIES
Iticlinril D. Morcnn
Mr. Rlchard D. Jiorgan dlej -oslor
day mo ?-.!??.? at hls home, No. ivti Park
Street. after an Illness of six d'js of
pi-t.uihoi.~a. Though hls condlfi*sn had
ejen most serlous for thc pa.*t fcur
days, the end was not expected,, anc*
proved a severe shock to hls frlends
and buslness ussociates. On Wednes?
day nlght heart weakness developed aa
a complloatlon, and the physlclanu In?
formed hls famlly that the end waa
near. Mr. Morgan, who was In hla*
twenty-elghth year. was ono of the
most promlsing and active ot tha
younger buslness men of tho city, and
slnce tocatlng hore somo six or eight
years ago, hc had rlson rapldly, After
holdlng a responsible positlon wllh thc
Virglnla-Carollna Chemical Company
for some tlme. he joined wlth his broth?
er; Mr. Branch B. Morgan. in the fl'ni,
of Morgan Bros.. merchandise broker:*
aiul importers. wlth officea on Twelfth
Street,
.everal years ago Mr. Morgan mv
rled Misa Grace Schwayey. of Chlcago.
who survives him with one daughter, a
chila of two years.
Mr. Morgan was a son of Mr. und
Mrn. O. B- Morgan, of No. 1603 3rovo
Avenue, nn.l besides hls parents, "*a
tuin-lved by throc brothers, Mc-sirs.
1'lC.nch B. .Morgan und Goorso D.
Morgan, of Richmond, and Robert Meir
_un, of Martlnsvllle, and hy tw* slo
i?rs Mrs. E. T. Dadmun and Mls*. Hope
Mofgb.n. of Richmond.
Tho funeral will take placo thln af
turuotn at 1 o'clock (rom tho resldence.
John U. CiiHtleiimu.
[Speclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
WINCHESTER. VA., Mardi o.-John
R. rnstleman. ono of the leading citl?
zens of Clarke county, dled suddenly
at hls home at Gaylord, last nlght, aged
sl\ty-one yoars. Mr. Cnstleman had
just returned from a puhllo sale when
wlthout a moment's warnlng ho oxplred
ln his wife's presonce. Tho Castleman
f.-.mllv is ono of tho oldest tn thls
Bactloii of Vlrginla. belng ploneers in
Frederlck county. When a mere youth
Mr. eastleman enltsted In Colonel John
S Mosby's command ln tho Confederate
\nny. servlng wlth consplcuotis
lu-overv. Survlvlng hlm are hls wife,
ono daughter. Miss Flora. of Gay?
lord- three sons. Francis and Howard.
of New York City, and Page, also or
Mrs. Frank S. WllU-tn***.
Mrs. Xelllo Frances Wllllams, w|fa of
Mr. Frank S. Williams, died yestorday
afternoon at her homo, No. 20 Matden
I_ant*, ln tlio forty-fourth year o? her
aSTno funeral will be held to-morrow
afternoon at a o'clock from Laurcl
Street Methodlst Church.
George H. lle-itli.
Mr. George H. Retth dlod at his home.
No. 19-iO West Cary Street, yesterelay
morning at 1 o'clock.
Arrangements for the funeral have
not yet heen made.
Mr*. l.tiwls A. Hnyueii.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.1
SPOTSYLVANIA, VA.. March 3.?Mrs.
Lewis A. Hnyhes. of the. Sunimlt vlorn
Ity, in thls county. dled last nlght ac
her resldence, aftor a long and paln
ful Illness, aged forty-five years. Mrs.
llavnes was a member of the Baptist
Church and leaves- a husband and flvo
chlldren survlvlng her.
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DEATHS
JONES.?Died. at the Richmond Hos?
pital, 406 East Baker Street, of
pneumonia. ALLEN JONES, the fath?
er of Dr. Miles B. Jones. in the sov
enty-flrst yeur of lils age, Wednes?
day, March 1 th.
Funeral from the Second Baptist
Church, ?hird Street, THIS (Fri?
day) AFTERNOON at 1 o'clock.
Friends und acquaintances lnvlted.
Interment at Evergreen.
MORGAN.*?Dled, at hls late rosldence,
No. 206 Park* Street, RICHARD D.
MORGAN. at 11:20 A. M. Thursday,
March 5, 10OS.
Funeral THIS (Frlday) AFTER?
NOON ut 1 o'clock from lato resl?
dence. .
REITH-?Dlod. thls mornlng. ln hln
residenco. 1!>-Q West Cary Street.
at 1 o'eluck, GEORGE II. REITH.
Funeral notice later.
WILLIAMS,?Died. March 5. 1003, _t
12:30 p. M-. at her resldence, No.
20 Matden Lane. NELLIE FRANCES
WILLIAMb', wife of Frank S. Wll?
llams, ln her forty-fourth year,
Tho funeral services from Laurel
Street Mothodist Episcopal Church at
3 o'clock P. M.. SATURDAY. March
it.lu. Frlends and acqualntancoa of
the famlly lnvlted to attend.
iatnmmsftratoi-'g Notice
HAVWCit QUAXIFjaD A9 BIXBCUT-P^
of the lnst will and testameut of F.
H. Deane deceased, wlio conitltuted
the flrm of F. lt. OOane & Co? notloq
ls hereby glven tQ all persoiu havlng
claims agalnst hlm or sald flrm. to
present them to uie, duly cei'tlfled,
tor payment. AU persons In.tebteel
to hnn or sald flrm wlU pleaae make
i.uymeiit to mo. .,?-?
1 * JOHN M. TAYLOR,
108 South Thlrteenth &tre*t.

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