ONB CENT A WORD_
lost anb _f ourrti.
toST; POCKET^OOKi ON BROAD AND
iluln Stroot our, between uarrlson
glrcct und Hoservolr, iibout noon
TuOHduy, contalnlng uiiout $11 und
ruuuliout tlcket; bolonglng to Mrs.
LttUshlon.'- Rowartl li' roturne_ to
OEO. O. TENNEY, lloom 413, Mutuui
iAWT, A LADY'S GOLD UUNTINO CAHl
watoli, attaohcd to a leather .ItimuH
town tob, aoniewhero between Twen
ty-acoond, Clay und Tlilrteentli anu
Maln, or un Cluy htreot car. Ruward
H lelt at 1305 Eust Maln,_
*?oST, MONDAY, E1THER ON STH.?..-.
or Laurol Stroet car, small old-fnnh
loncd breasipln, set iu Jot, wltli tlic
words "Aiy cnlld" angruved on tlio
back. Revvnrd glvon** if brought to
iOJ North Fourth btrect._
LOST, SOUTHERN RAILWAY CUECK,
puyublc LEV1 T. WtllTTON, amount
VjU.-O. Laiorai roward lf returned
to Wi WeHt Twelfth Street, Mun
chester, Va. _ _
LOST, TUEBDAYi A FRENCH POOD_,l_.
Answers to natne of "'Beauty." Ke
vWril lf rcturnuu to l.*)Of Wost Cary.
boiilcd, unmarrled mun, butween
ages of ls and 35; citizens of tlio
Unlted States, of good character anu
temperato liaults, wlio can speaK,
rcatt and wrlte j.ngilBti. Men want?
ed now for service ln Cuba and tho
Fhiiippines. For'information apply to
ltECKUlTING OFFICKH, 62u i-OHt
? Broad" Street, Hlchniond. Va.; 128
bycutnore Street, * Petersburg, va., or
Columbla Buildlng, Orunuy Street.
to earn better salurles aml do rnore
c-ongcnial work. lf able to road and
wrlte, and umbitluus to succeed, we
can ijuallfy you for a positlon aa
liioclianlcal, electrlcal, steam, clvil or
mlnlng ongineer, archlteet, otc, etc.
Wrlte at once, stat)n_ positlon want?
ed. I. C. S., Box lb4D O, Scratiton,
?WANTED, MEN TO LEARN BAKBfcUt
trade; now system; only fow weeks
required; wages after flrst month;
ti'i to lio weekly guaranteed when
througli. Write for freo catalogue.
MpLER'S BAilBBR COLLEGE, _07
Bowory, New York Clty.
eryrnan for North Carolina; must bc
young, slngle man and good address;
reqtiirca tlve hundred-dollar bonj
For nparticulars address In own
handwrltlng. H. 0. HARVEY, P. O
Box 818, Itlchmond.
AMBTflOUS. RESI'ONSTbee DISTRICT
manager for large advertising com?
pany; ciirn 15 dally ln spare time;
learn $10,000 yoarly business; no can?
vassing. Dept. 131 A, CRANK Mc
NALLY CO., 356 Dearborn. Chlcago.
WANTED, FIVE FIRST-CLASS INBUK
anco sollcitors to sell the bc.it health
? and accident propositlons on thc mar?
ket; good place for producers; call
between 8 and 9 o'clock. room -10,
Amerlcan Xatlanal Bank Buildlng.
|25 PER WEEK AND TKAVE1_1N<_
expenses pald by rellable house tc
salesmen to visit dealers. Experl
. ence unnecessary. FUHITY CO.
WANTEb7 AX INDUSTRIOUS BOY TC
-.work In - a wood yard; wages 54 a
week. Apply ln own handwrltlng
? wlth references, to FOREST LUDGE
Gien Allen. Va.
WANTED. REGISTERED OR REOHS
tored asslstant pharmaclst; can use
n mun at once. Apply wltli refcr
once, Box 74S. Norfolk, Va.
?g?ituation*3 W&mtzti, iHale.
WA NT1:15." '*_*8siftIO.V XS l fCTTEl
clerk; summer resort preterred
twelvo years' experience; sober an<
attentlvo to business; now employed
but wish to change. Reference. Ad
dress D 215, care Tinios-Dlspatch.
WANTED. POSITION AS -SHIPPINt
and receivlng clork for lumber. sash
door and bllnds and bulldor hardware
and also a glazler; best of reference
Addross ALBERT M. WAYNE, 2S!
Granby Street, Norfolk, Va.
WANTED. ""SITUATION ASGROOMS
man; had four years' experience li
handllng horses in S'cotland: am sln
gle; twenty-two yoars of age. Ad
_dress 11 450. care Tlmes-Dtupatch.
ed asslstant druggist: refcrenco fur
nlshed; 3 1-2 years* experience. Ad
dress J 487, caro Times-DIspatch.
WANTED.'A POSITION AS-?ATRAV.fcJl>
ing salesman by an experlenced, en
orgetlc traveling man; best refcr
ence furnished. Address II 46S, car>
.WANTED, PpStTION 3Y. REGTsteTi
ed asslstant pharmaclst. severa
years' experience; bost of reference
Addross K, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
_JIlJL^antcb^ $ ernajc^^
WANTED, FEMALE^ EXPERIENCE1
woman stenoBrapher, wlth som<
knowledge of bookkeeplng; mus
havo good educatlon and bo wllllni
to llvo In an Iron works tciwn ln Vir
ginla. Answer PRINCESS FUR.NAC1
CO., Glen Wllton, Va.
WANTED, STENOGRAPHER FOI
two hours dally, -1 to 6; must bi
osporlenced: Ollver machine; glvi
telephone number; SD per week. Bo;
WANTED. -A MIDDLED AG~ED \vu
man, whito or colored, to cook am
wash for small famlly, Apply 101;
LADI ES '-, TO TAKE ORDERS FOI
tallormado suits: to order on credll
._Acldross_B 407, caro Tlmes-Dispatcl
WANTED. -WHITE NURSE APPTT
to MATRON, Infants' liome, Thlrty
. second und Clay. Good home an
WANTED.- TWO E X F E R IE N C'E'i
tai^I1.fcK', Appli' at or"-'o at RE1
NACt-I'S, "107 East Broad.
WANTED.' an experi enced nursi*
":5Jlllrw'Ul'>l" rcf-c. nce need applj
027 West Graco Strset
EXPERIENCED, A C C U R a"t"_TstE
nographer, thoroughly competent, fo
genorai offlco. work, deslres perma
lient positlon; best references as t
. ciiaractei" and abillty. Mlss I? Bo
'_5, Route_ 2, Culpeper, Va,
WANTED, B YvliVDY'HAVING 4 YEAKl
experience, posltion as stonographoi
good references. Address G., 10 Eas
Mnln Street, city.
wantedTb Y^SETTLED- "w I;11TE~WU
man, posltion ln small private fanill
and to live on lot. Address J ltii
tho famous _uroma dlamoiids; ex
ports puzzled to detect trom gonuine
Immenso profit for agents, elther se>
* young or old. Sample offer (rlng o
stud) and catalogue free. li. w
?l"OUB & CO., Dept. 141 Ai Sta
Buildlng. ^hlcngo. _
WraJWANT RELIABLE MEN. EVERY
whoro to handle our goods. '? Ever
woman buys on sight; capltal un
. ...necessary; wo. trust you; wrlto to
day. BATAVIA MERCHANDISINt
LO., Look Box L am.JBatavlii, N, Y.
AGENTS, TWO YOUNG mTe"n~,~HUST
lers, lo handle our goods; oxcellen
opportunity for rlght partles; $2 t
$5 a day. SAMUEL M., 150 Wood
, land Avenue, Salein, O,
'FmS'lvCLA^S SALESMAN TO LOUI
up city trado aiul truvol lu tha Stat
oC Virginia; good money l'or tlio rigli
man,. Address E 431, caro '4 lines
CIGAR" BAT.niSMAN "" WANTED. EN
perionoe unno-ossaix; SlOO per mont
and oxponses. PEERLESS CIQA
UO? Tolodo. Ohlo, .
ONB CENT A WORD,
WANTED^ A POSITION AS IllOli
Bahool prlnclpnl by tt collego grtui
unte, oxperloncerl n.nd thoroughly
competent for tho work. Cnn teach
any ot tlm blgh achool subJoctH. Ad
dress II l.'l, cure Tlmen-Dlapatch,
TRANSIENTS, FOR 60 CENTS CAN
K'.t cloun, comfortablo bed contraliy
located ln refined nelghborhood; ex?
cellent liK-alH served next door. old
Vlrginia style. 25 cents each. No.
1002 Eaat Clay. 'Phone 4926-L.
WANTED, PERMANENT AND TRAN
Mlent boarders at THE I.URAY, 40.
East Maln Street; excellent table;
T1ID WIl/BEK, E18 NORTII NINT11
Street; newly furnlshed; all con?
venlences; terms reasonable,
WANTED, PERMANENT, TRANSIENT
boarders; single nnd double rooms.
_ _____i_____L_ Maln Street._
LARQE, DELIOHTFUL ROOMS, MOD
ern convenlences. 1011 East Marshall.
.Room* for _ftett..
FOR .RENT, - LAROE AND , SMALL
rooms; newly spapered; furnlshed or
unfttrnished; moderato prices.
FURNISHED ROOMS, HOT WATER,
telephone; meals served. 700 East
THREE ROOMS FOR RENT; CON
venlent to bath. Apply 700 Nortii
Fourth Street._ _
FOR RENTi NICELY FURNISHED
rooms. 718 Kast Marshall, near
FURNI8HED, HEATED ROOMS FOR
gentlemen, at 719 East Qrace Street.
A NICE SECONiTfL-AT, FOUR ROOA1*-.
closets, bath and porch; Chestnut
Hlll; nlce nelghbornood; references
exchanged; $15 per month. Address
H 118, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. _
CENTRALI.Y~ LOCATED" FIVE-ROOM
second floor flat for rent; unexplreci
leuse. Address Ii 446, care Times
FLAT 'FOR" r.I_NT. 6U NORTH AVE
nue, Burton Heights.
THE RIOHT MAN WHO AVILL, IN
vest .3.000 ln a strictly legltlmate,
rtspectable, nonspeculatlve commer?
cial enterprise, can make $3,000 this
ycar and irom $3,000 to $5,000 a year
for twenty years; no danger of loss.
Full particulars from E 411, care
10 PER CENT7~M_T~fNVE.ST.AIEN T;
strictly modern apartment house ln
the most select part of the clty. a
number one buildlng. and less than
two years old; prlce. $50,000. l-'or
full Informatlon, address WM. A.
POLLARD, Norfolk, A'a.
AGENTS* BON"AN*_a7^AUTO TIME
saver. repalr klt; easlly carrled In
pocket; every automoblle owner buys
at .sight. any hustler can carn $15 a
day. AVrlte to-day. S. S. BROOKE,
JR.. Box 17 .1, Roanoke. A'a.
AVANTED. TO BUY~~STOCK OF GKO
cerl.s, about $1,000 ln a good stand.
Wlth llvlng rooms attached. Address
JOHN. No. 1. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
_3i-\ealj?_f_ate for i*ale._
FOR SALE. 2,000,000 FEET OF FINE
tlmber, some oak. mostly pine, large
socond growth, near rallroad, sixt>
mlles from Rlchmond; prlce, $3,500
terms very easy; also ono sawmlll. li
operatlon at present on this tlmber
ihree new wagons. nine (9) mulet
and other accessorles; price for all
lncludlng tlmber. $-?.50o. AVill scl.
scparatety or as whole, as ownei
desires to retire from the buslnest
on account of old age. Address n
414. caro Tlmes-Dlspatch.
FARMS AND TIMBER" LANDS AT
lowest prices on easy terms; great?
est bargains In Vlrginia. Write fot
catalogue. Address El-AM, Charlottes
FOR SALE, FOUR DETACHED DW j-.__".
Hngs, wlth latest Improvements; just
thlnk of a dellghtful new home near
Chlniborazo Park; seven and elgnt
rooms. Prices right: terms. too. bm
_ North Thirty-thlrd Street.
FOR SALE, ONE HUNDRED AJNX
slxty-flvo million feet standlng titn
ber, twenty-threo thousand acres
land and town property. T. D
BRAGG, Vlctorla, Va. _____
A PARTICULARLY ATTRACTfV-TccjT
tage, wlth eleven rooms, for rent oi
sale; located A'irglnla Beach. Koi
particulars wrlte L. R. BRITT, 23;
Seaboard Bank Building. Norfolk. Va
FOR SALE, ON* THE BOULEVARD
several beautiful buildlng lots, or
easy terms: no Interest or taxes or
deferred payments. Address E 4'*
FOR RENT. A FIRSt'-CLASS WATER
ing place In Shenaridoah Valley; fullj
cciuipped. modern hotel, baths. pool
room, acetyllne llghts. longe dlstanci
phone, swimmlng pool, stabies
Terms reasonable to responsible par
ty. P. O. Box 632. Rlchmond. A'a.
I FOR RENT. HOUSE. TWENTY-SE V
? cnth and Clay Streets, gas and bath
cnn be used In flats; price right ti
right party. 3312 East Broad Street
between 6 and 7 P. M.
LAST CHANCE ~TO GET~ 3ARGAIN!
in good llquors and wines at very lov
prices, as I wlll be compelled to closi
thom out by the lst of May: hai
plnt bottles, sealed goods, lDc; quarts
reduced to 45c. Different kinds o
good old wines for 18c. per quart.
will contlnue my restaurant am
luneh counter as usual. with tlu
addltlon of a stock of fine contec
tloneries, fruits. cigars, tobaccos, &c
EUGENE MAGNANI. 1200 East Car
Street, corner Twelfth.
equally entltled to the greatest se
curlty and the best service. THI
?551? NATIONAL BANK OF RICH
MOND. A'A., undoubtedly affords botl
and Invltes accounts from all olasso
needlng the facilltles of a stron_
large. oourteous bank. Assets, !?
_. _.00'__._.0___9*_Organized Aprll, XS66.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO"S-.ldK*ERSr_fO.
can buy at McCOY'S, corner Elghtl
and Broad, for the next ten dayB, i
genulne Imported Freneh brlar plpi
for 50c; others get $2 for the same
all sizes and shapes.
WANTED, TlTl_~PUBI_-C~TO KNOV
that JA..NKE BROS., .Tewelors, 91
East Maln Street, buy, sell, oxchang
and remount dlamonds In the lates
styles. Old gold and sllver taken 1:
GIVE US~__~T-fiA__ ON YOlTlTBUGGl
or surrey, palntlng, repairing am
rubber tlre work: all work dorn
promptly. T, H. DUKE & CO., _0
YOU WAN_rTH_*F_3__ST DYEING, THI
I best cleaning, the best carpet clean
ing, tho best oarpet dyolng; all t
bo had at MrB. A. J. PYLE'S, 31
_North_FIfth Street. -
LET US "HAVB" YOUR "WAGON BE
fore it comes down. It wlll cos
you less to repalr lt. Work prompt
ly done. BRI8TOAV-W ORSHAM CO
ai00 __E- Franklln._
ROOFING DONE, $2 SQUARE: TE.
years* guarantee flro proof, THE IN
TI.RNATIONAI, ROOFING CO? Ir
Ti l isv"' ARii}';.. FiTpvy * GUARANTEW1
they cook quleker; cook better, Sa;
"CAMERON" steel ranges to you
h LAWN MOWERS?HARPENBD~AN_
sl vepaln-d equal to new. JOl. BICK.
i KRSTAFF, 18U East Main. Btreet,
_ONE CBNT A WORD.
THE RICHMOND RUBBER TIRE CO.
Ir tho choapest place In tho clty to
get a tlre put on when Uie (iiiallty
of the rubber Is considered; every
Uro and workmanshlp guaranteed;
glve us a trlal; we carry tlio largest
stock of rubber tlres In tho clty; or
dors from out-of-town concerns
givcn prompt attentlon; our prices
aro correct. 221-3 West Broad Street.
''Phone 4054. We are prepared to do
blacksmlth work of every descrlp?
VALUABLE STORE PROPERTY FOR
sale' quick; also nico clean stock of
goods .-ind flxtures, situated In ono
of tho best towns ln the State; large,
weil-llghted storo room; good llvlng
rooms upstairs; good garden and
somo small frult comlng In; good
wefl water; best locatlon In town;
doing. a paying business, but havo
hest reaaons for quick sale. Address
No. 23. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. $2,000
net prollt In slx months.__
WANT"EDT ~Td"SELL FIRST-CLASS
holstlng engine and boiler, reversible
double cyllndcr engine, boller and en?
gine, about flfteen-horso powor;
good as new; price, $450; 1-- cash,
balance three months' time; satis?
factory noto. Address H 141, caro
M. GOLDSTEIN, THE LADIES'- TAIL
or, 210 North Flfth Street,, ls mak?
lng suits at 135. and has a large va?
rlety of patterns to select from. Ilo
guorantees perfect satlsfuctlon.
FOR SALE. TWO GASOLENE EN
glnes, two-horse powor and one
horse power; sultable for wood saw
or pump: wlll exchange in part ror
large oll engine. Address X 10. care
edsurrev, sultable for famlly use; wlll
sell cheap or exchangu for runabout;
can be seen at BATES'S STABLE,
Twentleth and Franklln._
FOR SALE7"ONE WAGONT SUITABI-E
for carpenter, $50: one Becond-hand
phaeton, 175; one runabout, |30; one
top buggy, $20; one second surrey,
"$85. T. H. DUKE & CO., 804 Brook
Avenue. New 'phono 2934._
JUST- RECEIVED TTffOO GENUINE
Imported French brlar plpes, all
shapes and sizeB; wlll sell for the
next ten days for 50c. oach; others
get $2 for the same. McCOY'S, cor?
ner Elghth and Broad. A
BUY YOUR BUGGY-OR SURREY
where ejualitv is evldent in . every
partlcular; some venlcles look Hke
a picture. but wear llke a tlntype.
See our stock of all styles for a
llttle money. A. MEYER'S SONS, 120
South Elghth Street. __
THE ,'CAMERONi* STEEL KANUKb
have flues double the size of others.
Thls enables us to guarantee tho
"CAMERON" to burn soft coal wnn
out trouble. The price ls light, your
dealer has lt?get 11._
HAVE YOUR CARRLAGES AND WAG
ons palnted, repalrsd and rubber tlre
work promptly done by RICHARD?
SON BROS., 615 Brook Avenue.
FOR SALE.?SELLINGOUTMY ENTIRE
stock of liquors and wlnos at anu
below cost; call early and get a
good bargaln. DELARUE'S. 010 East
SEE US ABOUT OUR GROCERY WA
gons, slngle and double trucks. "Our
own make." We can glve you what
you want. BRISTOW-WORSHAM
CO., 1417 E. Maln._
WANTED, TO SELL FOR $35 CASH,
one handsomo quartered oak book
case, good as now. Can bo seen at
21 North Harrison Btreet.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER,
sash, bllnds, doors; yards covering
ten acres. WOODWARD & SON,
FO Ri: SALE, BUREAU AND WASH
stand; also quartered oak sideboard,
as good as new. No -dealers. 013
SECOND-HAND ENOINES AND BOIL
ers from flve to 100-horsepower; all
guaranteed. I. BLUFORD & CO., 1537
FOR SALE.-CASH RE*GTSTER; COST
$350; will sell at a sacrifice; can be
seen at No. 9 South Elghth Street,
FOR SALE. ONE SIX-HOR_E~FOWEH
horlzontal gasolene engine; wish to
put In large one. Apply quick. 1432
FOR SALE. 600 PAIR BALL-BEARING
5&?te.S* *1>25 a Pa,r- TOMPKINS,
207 West Broad.
FOR SALE, FIFTY VIENNA CHAIRS,
twelvo lunch counter stools. Apply
at noon 910 East Main Street.
ASK YOUR GROCER TOR-~SMITH^
fleld sausage, It Is tho best.
SPECIAL PRICES IN SILKS AN.O
Pongee Suits, 3-pIece suits, $45. These
suits aro made of the very best
qi-allty pongee, llned wlth sllk, mado
ln the latest style, and guaranteed
a perfect flt, for $45. I also make
shirtwalst suits at verv reasonable
prices. For thlrtwaist suits or sep?
arate shirtwaist you can furnlsh
your own material lf you profer. M.
GOLDSTEIN, Thc Ladies' Tallor, _ln
North Fifth Street.
"WESTOVER" RUBBER ROOFINO
carried ln four thlcknesses, ls su?
perlor* to almost every brand on
thls market. Get a sample of lt be?
fore placlng your orders. Speclfy
"Westover" rubber roofing to your
dealer and patronlze home lndustry.
THE WESTOVER PAPER CO., Rleh?
EVERY DEPOSITO~R IN A BANK~IS
oqually entltled to cho greatest se
curtty and the best service. THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH?
MOND, VA., undoubtedly offords both,
and lnvltes accounts from all classes
needing the facllitles of a strong,
large, courteous bank. Assets, $!),
000,000.00. Organlzed Aprll, 1865.
PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND
couches recovered and reupholstorod
llke new; sllp covers made and mat
trosses renovated; for cash or on
eatjy payments. No charge for esti?
mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON,
Adams and Broad Street.a
DbN'T~Y^U~'*vV^NT a CORS_r*FT7HAT
imparts style, glves comfort and pro
motes nealthY Made to order for auy
figure and guaranteed. THE'CORSET
SHOP, 317 North Flfth Streot, Mrs.
JUST "got in"car 6*f"goods. SEE
us for prompt survioe. BRISTOW
HUMAN HAIR BOUGrHT AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 209 North Thlrd Stroot.
SHOWING NEW SPRINO MODJPILS Uf
pattern hats, roady trlmmed hats,
untrlmmad shapes; also new llno of
sprlng suits and rendyuiado garments.
.MRS. JUL1US BEAR, 1423 East M.tln
ONE CENT A AVORD.
?poul.rp--.pet anb Ifbc _fetoct._
NOW ?'? 13 TH-fl^TlilE* TO HATCH
brollera and wlnter layers; wo sell
Charles A. Cyphcr's "Model" incu
balors and brootlors at factory prices,
t, o. 'b. Rlchmond. Froo cataloguo
and feed circular. AV. J. TODD, Rlch
FOR SALE, A YOUNG MARE, NOT
rpilte slx years old; sound, gontle nnd
.not afrnld of anythlng; very fast, but
has never been tralned. Owner
away from clty reason for selllng.
Address D. R. CHI-ECY, JR., 30.
American Bank Buildlng. olty,_
FREE, IOC. PACKAGE CONKEYH
llco powdor and 25c. poultry book.
Bring ad. to WALTER .1. TODD, No.
?120 North Slxth, Rlchmond.
t*birSAL_-",_TWb"PAIRS FINE LARGE
mules; ages seven to elght years;
wnrranted sound; price rCMOnable.
Address .1 410, care Ttmcs-I'lspatch.
FOR~8ALE. TIfOROI;G111.RE _5~FHI'TtCH
poodles, mnle and female. Apply 50'J
.v"AJ^f_*El5rA^_lECON-. - HAND NATI0N
al cnsh reglster. registerlng from
lo. up. Small machine wanted. To?
tal adder preferrcd. Address T. K.
_R? Box 010_________
KURNITUKE" WANTED; lllGFll-R7
cash prlce pald for furniture, carpets
&c. It you want to sell, 'pliont
AVANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCED
seartistress, sewing at home, or by
the day or week. 14 South Second
VaNTED. TO BUY. HOt****EHO_-D
goods in any quantity. Call 'phone
DRY PINE AVOOD, SVAAA'ED.^DI-LIV
ered anywlicre ln Rlchmond for $;
per cord. Address "FARMER," Bo>
72, R., F. D., No. Rlo Vlsta, Va.
LADIES! HAVE YOU BEEN SUCCESS
ful m securlng tlie above in youl
tallored garments? 1. ?* not, consul
us nnd be convlnced of our ctipabilit.
ln rendering a suit you will be prom.
of. Those who have been successfu
wlll receive the same ut lower prlcei
than any other flrst-class tailor. Out
worktnanship is tlie acmo of perfec
tlon, bost materluls are used fron
outslde to insldc llnlngs. Next weel
our specialty will be white and pln
stripe serge suits at reduced prices
Walt and read the announcenients
AVe reispectfully solicit your patron?
age and guarantee perfect tratlafac
tlon. AN'o remaln, very respectfullv
LEWIS & BROAVN, 202 North Flrs
Street. 'Phone 2565.
BOARDING. SALES AND EXCHANGi
LASS1TER &? DORAN, BOARDING
SALES AND EXCHANGE STABLES*.
CORNERN1NETEENTH AND FRANK
LIN STREETS; RIGHT IN THI
HEART OF THE COMMERCIAL Dls
TR1CT. AVE HAVE THE I_ARG__S'J
AND BEST EQUIPPED STABLES L*
TIIE CITY". PERSONAL ATTENTIU."
TO ALL TEAMS ENTRUSTED TC
SHOE REPAIBINQ SPECIAL.
10 CENTS REBATE ON EACH PAII
if you cut out thls advertlsement an
bring with shoes before Aprll 11th
Men's shoes half-soled, 75c; rebate
to 65c: ladies' shoes half-soled, 60c
rebated to 50c Every pair sewe<
DREAVS ELECTRIC SHOE FAC
TORY,_716 East Maln SJreet._
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICE IF YOI
cut out thls advertlsement and sen
wlth shoes. We have a lot of sma
halfsoles on hand, sultable for ladle;
shoes. Regular prlce, 6(ic; reduce
to 50c, sewod; nalled. 36c DREW
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 71
East Maln Street. 'Phone 2667. '
THE "CAMERON" STEEL RANGE I
tho only steel range manufactured i
the South; you save the dltterenc
in frelght rates; you got a rang
that lasts a llfetime, and you ea.:
get lt from your deal?r.
PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS ANI
couches recovered and reupholsterB'
llko new; .sllp covers made and mat
tresses renovated; for cash or oi
easy payments. No charge for estl
matos. CHARLES JURGENS'S SOiS
Adams and Broad Streets._
FOR 15 CENTS PER FuOT WE CA"
sell you a hose guaranteed agaln*
400-pound pressuro to square inc!
AVe also have lt 5 cents and 10 cent
per foot, at HOWELL BROS.', 60
East Broad Street.
FLOOR STAINS AND POLISH.
SEE OUR FLOOR AND FURNITUR1
pollsh. It makes old furniture lool
like new; nico llne of varnlsr
stains and palnts of all klnds. ELBj
HARDWARE CO, corner Broad an'
THE RICHMOND SHOE REPAIRIN'
CO. wlll glve you the best leathe
and the best work at low prices. 'i'r
them. 'Phone 1938. 1719 East Mat
GENUINE ANTIQUES FOR SALE?RE
palring and refinishlng antlques an
other furniture. 'Phone 2607. C. I
LYDA, 417 AVest Maln. ' __
PERFECTION OlL COOK STOVES.
WE ARE SELLING THEM FASTE!
than wo can got th'em. Tho ldoc
summer stovo; no smoke; no smol
three burner, complete wlth ovei
$11. lfs a pleasure to bIiow yot
HOAVELL BROS., 602 East Broa
FLY~_JCR EEN S.
ANYTHING YOU WANT; ADJUST
able sci-eens, 25c. to 60c.; knock (low
to mako yourself, 25c. to 35c. Door:
$1 to $2. Dellvered, at HOAVEL,
BROS., 602 EastJBroad Street,_
STAG FLOOR STAIN IS WHAT YOI
want to mako your old turnituro an
floors look llke new, at DORSETT't
2600 Hull Street, S'-vansboro.
HAMMOCKS, LAAVN SAVINGS ANI
lawn niowers, Ice-cream froezors an
othor thlngs for the hotne, at DOH
SETT'S, 2600 Hull Street, Swans
A WONDERFUL AVALL COATING A
a woiulerfully cheap prlco; sanltar.
clean, easy to apply; flvo pounds lo
50 conts; nll colors, at 110 WEL
BROS.,' 602 East Broad Street.
AVIIY NOT HAVE YOUR AAVNING!
mado up .now whllo you can Bocur
overy attentlon and caro and be read
for the spring? H. E. CO PHL ANI
& CO._J.08 North X'lnth.
UPifOLTTERING ANV) MATTRESSEt
LEVY MAKES SLIP COVERS. RE
pairs and pollshes furniture. 'Phou
1080, 425 AVest Broad._?
? * F^ORISf. "
VIOLETS. ..OC. HUNDRED; CARNA
tliins, 35c. dozen; funoriil designs, $
to .3. . M. A. WHITTY,
TIIE BEST $2.50 LAAVN MOAVER Oi
tho ltuirkot; also hand syolos, fiowu
fui-U*. und lios.., ELBA HAUDWAHJ
ONE CBNT A WORD.
FURNITURE ,AND CHINA? - _*ACKINO.
WE PACK AND RIIIP FURNITURE,
China, wodding presents, otc. JACOB
UMLAUF, Flno Upholstering nntl
Mattrosscs, 705 Weat Maln. 'Phono
I CAN GIVE YOU A THREE-BURNER
Perfcction oll stove, wlth ovon, for
$11; two-burnor, wlth ovon, $9. DOK
S'ETT, 2600 Hull Street, Swansboro.
FLY WIRE. POULTRY WIRE, ALL
wldths, screen doors and wlndows,
all slzes. Soo our stock beforo buy?
lng. ELBA HARDWARE CO.
POULTRY WIRE, ANY WIDTH. WIRE
fonclng, screen doors and wlndows.
Prices rlght, at DORSETT'S, 2600 Hull
TIIE ONLY ORIGINAL COLD WATER
paint pertoctly sanltary, all colors,
flve-pound package, 35c. ELBA
CLEAN, DRY STORAGE DEPART
ment at TOMPKINS. 207 Wost Broad.
The Wednesday Club
15th Annual Music Festival
Flre Grnnd Concerts.
Academy of Music May 7th, 8th, 9th
Tho offlco of tho club wlll bo open
at 819 East Maln Stroot, Thursday.
Frlday and Saturday, Aprll 23d, 24th
and 25th, froni 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.,
for subscrlblng memberg to pay
tlielr fees. Names wlll bo llsted, and
reserve seats lssued In the ordGr In
whlch tlio fees are pald. Persons
deslrlng to subscrlbo should do so
ACADEMY-Week April 20th
Matlnees Wednesdgy and Saturday.
THE GIFFEN COMPANY
The Prisoner of Zenda
Prices?Matinee, 25c and SOc.
Nlght. 25c, 50c and 75c.
Seats now selling.
Mats. Mon.. Tues., Thurs.. Sat.
CHARLES K. BLANEY OFFERS
IN THE MUSICAL IRISH PLAY,
IIF.I.I. AND RICHARDS,
Comedy Mimlcnl Artlnt*.
MISS IIII.I1A I.E ROY,
Thr Plr-nsliiR SouhreMc,
The Majcntlc firnph.
Matlnees. 2:30 and 5:30.
Nlght, 7:15. 8:15 and 9:15.
ArinilNftlon 10 Contn.
r* 1 ? 1 Keith All-Star Vaudeville
LOIOnial TWICE DAILY
SPECIAL EASTERTIDE OFTERINO.
Edward J.Connelly &Co.
"PresentlnR tho Southern Plnjiel,
7-OTHER BIG ACTS
Richmond vs. Roanoke
HROAD STREET PARK
MONDAY, APRIL 20TH,
TUESDAY. APRIL 21ST,
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22D.
Admlssion, 25c. Grandstand. 16c.
nnOAD STREET PARK.
Richmond vs. Danville
Thursday, Aprll 23d i Frlday, Aprll 24th|
Sntiirdny. Aprll 25th.
GAME. CALLED 4 P. M.
AiIiiiIhhIou. -'.",<?. (irimilslnnil, 15o,
L. Leslie Loth,
Jefferson Hotel Auditorium,
THURSDAY. APRII. 23(1, S-.30 C. M.
Tickets. $1.00 and 75c, nt Cnblc Company.
An attractlve, hlgli class modern
Fully equipped, handsomely fur-*
nislied, surrouiuled by beautiful
grounds; klenl location; greut
opportunity for proper party.
Rcfcronco requlrerl. Apply
Chas. H. Consolvo,
The Virginia Hot Springs Co.
ou tha full day of Mey, lUOS. at 12 o'clock
noon, nt the ufflco nf tlie company, ln Ihe
clty of Itlcinnoiifl. Vn., wlll open tendera io
HKll tn ll ou the lowesi leium auch nn
nniount of Its 5 per cent. seourul nionKUKO
bonda, wlth coupon No. l'J nnd suuseqiuuil
ceupons mincliod. Issued under nnd secured
hy ihnt deed of trust or mortgage datnd
tlu 'Jd dny of June, 100:', bolwoen Ilie Vh
Bliilq Hut Sprlng t'omimiiy nnd Henry Ti
WiRlchuni nud Henry Taylor, Jr., liustoos,
ns Uie miiiii ni' twenty thousand dollura wlll
purclinse, snld sum of twenty tlimisiiud dol
lai-f liaviin; been a<" nsldn to be hivostud
ln the purchase of snld liouds acv-rcllng to
th'i t,rins oi' ilie sIiiKIiik fund iiioi-lalini ul
lu mbl nmrt-Uge.
lly miior ot the. imunl uf directors,
Excelsior Gas Ranges
Thla Range, $13.00.
Other* at $10.00.
One cook writes: I used two
other gas ranges, but the Excel?
sior is the best I have ever used.
We claim this Range
cannot be equalled in cook
ing and baking or gas-sav
$16, $17, and
up to $25.00
YWRWWWRfc, t&if\p^\ s/SVbvts.
^WWCH&^ROK- STS., ftW-MWB. VA.
Heard and Seen
in Public Places
THE declaratlon of Senator Danle
ln Washlngton a few days ag(
to the effect that he has not ye
becomo "Bryunlzed" Is tho sub?
ject of much discusslon here. Polltl
clans and public men from varlous see
tions of tho Stato. uro talklng a gooe
deal on the subject. ond trankness conv
pels tho statemeit thnt they are no
all of'one mlnd and falth". Tho masi
Of tlie Vlrglnla Democracy uppears to b<
for 'Mr. Bryan, lf thls <(uestlon 1*
stated wlthout qiialltlcatlons, but whoi
Sonator Danlel's personallty onters thi
situation at once changes. Only throi
citles and one or two eountles havi
elected delegates to the State conve'i
tlon, and thero liavo not been onougl
lnstructlons or oxpresslons concernln*.
tholr probable vlews to Indlcate any
thlng whlch could be called atmll tan
Mr. C. D. Dcnlt. editor ot tho Salen
Times-Rcgister, Is hore attonding tlu
Grand Couictl of tho rtoyal Arcnnum a
Murphy's; Mr. De-ilt, though a consorv
allvc man. bollovos that the party li
the State wants Bryan nominated, am
will glvo cxprossion in favor of tlv
Ncbrnskan through thc proltmlnar:
mootlngs soon to ho held In tho varlou
eountles and cltlos. Ho dld not touc!
upoi the Dnnlel pliaHe of the campalgi
Sealed proposals for thc constructlo
of about slxtoen mlles of macadat
roads wlll be recolvo- at the clerk'
offlce, nt Orange. Vn., untll 12 o*cloo
noon. on SATURDAY. MA1 2. 100i
Plans and speclflcatlons may bo see
at tlie above offlce or at the offlco o
tlio Stato Hlghway Commlssloner, I
Richmond. Va. A certifled cheek fo
$600 must accompany each bld.
Tho Board of Suporvlsors rosorvo th
rlght to rojeot any and all blds, an
to let the work as a wholo or any por
Proposals should bo addressed to
XV. XV. SANFORD,
Chalrman Board of Suporvlsors,
Plans and speclflcatlons for Infirmar
at the W'ostorn Stato Hospltal, Staun
ton Va., two storles high, capacity o
each floor forty putleiits; ten slngl
uoomB. ono batti-room, one clothes
room ono attondant's room, ono recep
tlon-room. ono dlnlnpt-room and On
water closet on each lloor.
To draw thc plans It wlll bo neces
sary for tho archlteet to seo tho loca
tlon of the buildlng.
For further particulars apply to
DR. J. S. DE .IARNETTE,
*_rE^VLED~l5ROP6s A LS W-LlT BE~R 1=
ceived at tho county clerk's oftic
at Charlotte Courthouse, Va., for th
erectlon of a brick High Schoo
Building at that place, and the con
tract wjll bc let on SATURDAY, MA'
Plans nnd speclflcatlons can b
soon at Chnrlotto county clerk's ot'
flco and at the offlco ot Charles _!
Robinson, archlteet, corner Tcntli an
Maln Streets, Richmond. Vn.
D. Q. EGGLESTON, *
Chairman Buildlng Commlttee.
Richmond, Va? April 22. 190S.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THJ
stockholders of tlio Rtohmond an
Wost Polnt Land. Navigatlon and Im
lirovenioiit Company wlll bc held a
thu offlco of tho presldent, '922 Eus
Maln Street, Rlclimond, Va,, o
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 190S, at
o'clock P. M.
GEORGE J. ItOGERS,
Richmond, Va., April 11. 1908.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TH
sloekiiuilders of the Russell Fork Cor
and Lumber Company wlll . be hei
on TUESDAY, April 28, 19u8v at 1
o'clock M.'i at tho company's ornci
Room 7,'1103 "East Maln Stroot, Rich
imona; Vn. A. S. BUFORD,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Rlehinond,: Vu.; Aprll ll, 1908..'
TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THJ
stockholders of tho HIchmond Hors
Sliow Assoolatloti wlll bo hold u
rooms 315-310, Mutual Buildlng, Rlch
mond, Va., on WEDNESDAY, APHl
29TU, 12 o'clock noon.
.XV. O. YVARTHEN,
(. jaiuiijcnt! i^oticetf.
Atlantlc Coast, Llno Kallro'ul Co.,
Offlce of the Treasuror.
Wllmlngton, N. C Aprll 18, loos.
Tlie Board oC Dlrectors of tho Allan
tlc Coasl Llno Rallroad Compnny ha
declared two per cent. UUeroat on tn
Cortlflcates of Imlebtness of that com
pany, payable nt tlie offlco of tho Treae
uror, at Wlltuliigtuu, N. (.,'.. Oll und nl'te
Muv 1, 11)08. 'l"lio transfer books ar
olosod froin tlu? 13th dny of Aprl
1908, lo tho lsl dny of May, 1908, hot
JAMES l". POST.
The Valentine Museum
BIjEVKNTU AND CLAY STKHETS.
Open dally trom 10 A. M. lo 5 P. .V
Adnilaslim. 25 caiita. t-'ruo on Saturday.
The Confederate Museum
TWRI.FTII AND CI<AY STREET-,
Ol'ISN 0 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
ADMISSION. 2*10. ?
S' SATUIUUY J8*R_UB.
foi* publlcatlon, but he was posltlve.
tliat Bryan was docidedly. the "choice.
of a large majority oi the Domocratl
In tho ? Southwestern sectlon of th?
Slate. It. begln's to look.'very. much
as If thORo-who .oxpect a tame con?
vention at Roanoke thls year wlll bo
dlsappointed. and that .thero wlll bo
somo real scrapplng wbe'n tho question
of instructlng tlie Denver. delegation
Hon. John J. Owen, long a member
.f tho Houso of Delegates from Princo
Edward. ahd one of tho most suecess?
ful farmers and lumbernien in South
sldo Vlrglnln, whs In tho clty yester?
day on private business.
Mrl Owen's frlends are urging hlm
to stand for tho Senate in'the Twenty
clghth DIstrict, ln ? tho event Judg*
Mann should be nomlnated for Gov?
ernor by the Democrats next year
Mr. Josepll L. Kelly, of Bristol, ono
of the strongest- lawyors ln South?
western A'lrginin, is tn tho city, hav?
ing como hero to appear boforo the
Stato Corporation Commission in a
ense for tho Vlrginia and Southwest?
ern Railway Company, for whlch ho 13
Mr. Kelly wlll remaln in Rlchmond
for seveal days, havlng_?brought wlth
him his little daughter, who ls now
under the care of u specialist wlio is
trciiting her eyes.
Asked concernlng the actlon of the
Hrlstol masB-mcetlng whlch recontly
elected delegates to the Roanoko con?
vention, Mr. Kelly said the delegates
were instructed for Bryan, and he took
this to mean that they would vote
for an instructed Bryan delegation ia
He thouglit, however. that the rcso ?
lutions were adopted ln a rather por
functory. fashion, nnd tliat littlo .it
tentiou was paid. to. them. Certainly
they cntised mo dobdjo, and attracted
but little attentlon at the time.
Mr. Kelly wns put on tho delegntiou
ns an alternate. . Ho ls. a very busy
lawyer. nnd may or may -not. attend,
according to lils engagements at tne
tlmo the Roanoke convontlon Is held.
"1 may be in Roanoke at tliat tlme,''
he sald. "It Is nlwnys pleasant and
interesting to attend n Democratlo
Stato convention, but I do not ex
pect to bo a motubru* of tho body."
Former Attorncy-General Rufus A.
Aver.s, of Blg Stono Gap, ls at Mur?
phy's. General .Ayers Im in fino health
and .splrlts, nnd was warnily greeted
liy old frlonds about tho lobby lasl
nlght. . .
Mr. Albert Fletchcr. Jr., a promi?
nent cltlzen of AVurrenton, i.s in th.
clty, and ls stopping at Murphy's.
The Stuart family seems to stand ill
wlth the natlonal adrnlnistratlpn when
il. comes to dlHtrlbutlng patronage In
'Uw** Deiia.rlinnnt of Cust.tns. They
do not all spell thelr names alike, bul
they are nll Stuarls.
Mr. Henry Clarence Stetltirt. spe?
clal deputy collector of the port ot
New York. is hero on a vlslt. und ia
stopping at tho Rlchmond. Mr. Steu
art passed through Newport News on
hls way here. and naturally dropped in
on young Jeb Stuart, who is collector
of customs thero. Ho' wtis surprised to
find upon arrlvlngl in Richmond that
Uiiolo Sam hnd put this port In tlio
hands ot' another of hls trlbe. He call?
ed upon Mr. Joseph. B. Stewart yester
dnv, and had .qui.-_._i.: l.'lg chat with
hlm. Mr. Steuart:** wifo was a Ml*s
Stuart. and.ho took u drivo through
Monument Avonue and Iooked admlr
inglv upon the monuiiient to Iho great
Confederato cavalry leader of that
open mc; hevival to-day.
Ur. Cliapiunn nml Ansiiclntca to Bcgiu
Services ln Norfolk.
[Speclal 16 Tlio Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
NORFOLK. YAV Aprll 21.?Tho great
Chnprnnn-Aloxander evangeltcal carn?
paign, whlch Ih now the prlnclpal toplc
of dlscussion in all -clrcles,' wltl open
up to-morrow niglit in tho Armory
building and in three of the churches
of tho clty. Dr. Chapman. Slnger Alex?
ander aid lils scoro or more of asslst
ants -will ?arrtvo ln tho clty to-day
froni Phlladelphla, whet'e they have
just concluded a great nteotlng. sald
to hnve resulted in the converslon of
The meetlngs In Norfolk havo been
Iooked forward to wlth tho greatest
Interest by the church peoplo of Nor,
folk for the l>a*)t two months, and hav0
been extenslvely advertlsed.
FOREST F11M- AT AVlLDEltNESS.
FInmca Sweep Ovor Vnat Aren-?_llu*li
AVuoil nml'Tlm her llnrued.
I'Sneoial to Tlio Tiincs-Disputcti.]
SPOTSYLVANIA. VA., Aprll 21.?A
iremeidous forest llre swept ovor a
large area of country in whnt ls known
n.s the "Catherlne Fui'naco" land, eon
titiiiiiiB- several thousand acres, and de?
stroyed a largo amount of tlmber. c.\
eelslor wood, lumber and cord wood.
I lt waa thought at ono tlme that AA'ako
iiuiu'-s ninniifacturlug mllls were burned
i.ut nothl .s dellnlto as to thls has been
i uHcertaln.il. ? ? ?
' Thls ls the samo sectlon where, Stone
wall' Jackson mado hls greut flank
ntovemen_l-a--'*ChancolIor8YlUe" ln 18*3
Miul General Grant nianoeuvred on iu
IM".', and is known as tho AVilderncs..
H.IIX _XI? STA II I.E lUIIMilll
j? ? lIOnSKS AXIl FEED CONSLME1)
rSn.clrtl tn The Tlm. 8-ni.natcli.l
SUFFOLK, VA.. Aprll 21.?Fire eftrlV
.ii? morning daatroyed tlio barn aud
uables of John XV. Whlt_h_ftd in lsll?'
nf Wlght county, near Chuekauu-k. tu
lietlier wlth tlieir .onteut... Includliii'
iluen ii.u-rtt'H iimi ii lot of corn, hoy, ve
Ifilelos nud hnpleniunts.
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