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WANT
ONE CENT A WORD.
Hoat nnn jrounU.
LOST, THUHSDA Y EVENING. IN G. &
O. Statlon, ono gold lady's wnieh.
Reward lf rotllrned lo -10 Floyd
Avi'inip._ .
gSp 'ffiSlantcb, itfale.
WANTED, FUR" U. S, ARMY, ABLE
bndli'd, uiiiiiarilod men, between
ages of IH and 35; Cltlzons ot the
Unlted States. of good character aml
lernperato hablts, who can speak,
l-i-ad and wrlto English. Men want?
ed mnv for servlce in Cuba and tho
Piiiiiiiplnes. For informatlon apply to
REi.inHTING OFFICER. 820 East
Brood Btreet; llli-liniond, Va,-, 12 il
bycamo'ro .street, Petersburg, va., or
Columbla Huikilng, uranuy Htreet,
NurlolH, Va.
WANTED, yOUNCi MAN ABOUT 8IX
leon yeara ? >i< 1 i<> learn good busi
ii"...-:; llght wni'k; sultable position
for student Who wlslies to mako )iv
Ing durlng summer. Addresn C 62D,
c. Tlines-Dlspnfj.i._
WANTED. FIVE FIRST-CLASS IW3UK
nnco sollcltors lo si-ll tho best health
and accident proposltlons on the iimr
Itot; good placo for producers; call
between 8 and 'J o'clock, room 210,
American Natlonal Bank Building.
WANTED, A WELL EDUCATED, ALL
round young man u? bookkoopor, Bte*
nographer, typewriter and corre?
spondent, Atldress 11 899, care Tlmes
Dlspatch. _
WANTED, EXPERIENCED BOOK
keeper, one with some knowledge
of furniture business prcfdrrcd; an
BWer at once. JAMEB PERLEX .V
SONS, Charlottesvlllo, Va.
Wanted] colored boy to clean
and run Tt-niids. Apply THK LAU?
REL CONFKCTIONKRY, ~2Z West
Cary Slreet
WANTED, AT ONCE, WHITE BAR
bor. 91?> West Cary F.'t.'liet_
E?. - '-?-- ' ?- - -?
?s>ttuatton_ Wlanuti, iflalE.
WANTKli" POSITION HV RKOISTKK
ed asslstant pharmaclst; good ?--xr"'ri
ence; i < ? - -1 of reference furhfshcdjalso
one ycar ln <-oil<?g" Address K 978,
i ara Tlmcs-DIsp.itch. *
WANTED^ POSITION HY REGISTER
cd asslstanl pharmaclst, rlwuu ycxrs'
. pcrli nce; best refe*rence; i tte brI
aiv expected to pay, Adilrosa 211,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
WANTED.-?YOUNO MAN DESIRES
position ns bOoHkeeper or asslstant;
flve years" exporlence; references.
Addn^i II '??'?'?? <-nr- Tlniei-lii.-lvM'-li.
??elp Wnnttb, _fzma.it.
WANTED, AT ONCE. A FIRST-CLASS
Ger.rrurb glrl as cook aml for genoral
purposes. Apply at o'n'ce to X. caro
Fostmaster, Enfleld, King Wllliam
county, Va.
WANTED, A 'RELIABLE, CA7\\I}>7"
whlte woman, wlth goOd references,
as nurse uiiiid for two young chil?
dren. Address C 645, care Tlmes
Dlspatch:
WANTED, HV YOUNG LADY, POSI
tiott to <!?> general office work ahd
typewrltlng can glve besi reference.
Address c 624, care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
WANTKD. SEP.VANT. MI ST BE GOQD
cook and como well recommended.
Apply 7 Xorth Cherry Streot_
Sltuation. (IHanteo, Jfcmalc.
WANTKD* I'OSITION Ari STKNOGRA
:?:.??? and asslstanl bookkeeper by ex
n rienced and i ipable woman of ex
lent educational odvantagos; five
..: ?? ?. e work, Address .1
921 care '! Iroi s-Dlspatsh.
WANTED, HV A LADY OK BXPERI
ggeng Wianttfj.
AGENTS, MAKE FROM S > TO/SS Fl K
day Introduelng i ; ow h'.'juolioid
necessity; tho best r..|>.-it .kPt L'et
ter on the market; pni-i I ;>i' li .- Iroe.
Write to-day. HARVEY COMHfe,
"?',-:i Detrolt Avenue, Vorthv/cst,
Cli-vc-land. Oi.io.
~ 4_rofc2?ion?i gJdp (Mantetj.
?WANTED, TKAOHKRS l-Oi: SCHOOLS
and schools for teach6rs. THK vnt
GINIA TEACHERS' BUREAU, Rev,
R, W. CR1DLIN. Manager. Manches?
ter, Va. _
i\oom?! for &ent. _ _
I fVrNISHKD ROOMS, HOT WATER.
telephone; meals served. 700 Kast
Marshall,_
.Mli-KI.V FURNISHED ROOM CHK'.P
to qulfet adults. Apply 621 Xorth
Elghth Street _
iNICELY-FURNISl lED ROOMS 1N NEW
huuse, Xo. GoS Xorth Tenth.
?Soarbin_.
INICE ROOMS, WITH OOOD SERVICE;
excellent meals; for trunslcnt, J1.50
per day; one block from all car llnes.
THE LANGLEY, 5011 Kast Franklln
Street.___
WANTED, PERMANENT AXD TRAN
' slf-nt boarders at THE LURAY. 403
Kast Maln Street; excellent tablo:
iELKGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
wlth or without board, second floor
front; trarislents accommodated. ol7
Wost Oraco. ^_^^^
I\eal (EStatc Manteli._
i .WANTED! INFORMATION REGARD
ini,' a good house and lot for sale,
iu or wiihln twenty-flye miles of
Rlchmond; prefer-deallng wlth own?
er only; state prlce, locatlon and
give full descrlption. Address L.
DARBYSHIREi Box 69S4, Rocliester,
N. V._
''.WANTED". A "HOME THAT CAN'-BE
bought on tho oasy payment plan.
clty or suburbs; must.be in good lo
catlon and havo slx rooms and bath
room and havo nice lot; ho bullillng
nml loan companles need answer.
Address C 623, caro'Ti'mosrDJspatch.
WANTED] TO RENT WITH "PKRl'OSK
of buylng a country store ahd dwell?
ing or llvlng rooins over storo; soine
land wlth property preferred. Au
dress A 646; care .Tlmes-Dlspatch.
i_lu?.{nes_ ?ppoctuntttes. ?:'?-.
FOR REXTrPART OR ALL oVpROM
lnont largo offlco-ln Mutual Build?
ing; 'phono sorvlco and typewrltlng
facllitle-t. Address P. O. Box 291
clty. i_
IKtal C.tate for 3Rent._
for "rent," furnis'hed house fON
Preston Heights, Charlottosvllle, Va.
all modern convenlences, 11 rooms,
use of cow, chlekens, and llour
lshlng garden, frult, stablo wlth ?
box stalls. For terms applv SUSSKN
D. DAVIS, Preston Heights, Char
lottesville, Va.v_
rOR'.'RENT, LAKESIDE CAF13 ANU
i soda fountaln. Apply to LEWIS GIN?
TER LAND AND IMl'ROVEMEN'l
CO._
??ra RENT, FOR SUMMER, SMAKI
furnlshed houso, near Centrnl PiirV
cntrance. Ailtlress -11 East Slxty
fourth Streot, New York Clty. _
IFOR RENT, AN UP-TO-DATE. STORE
-room, 1530 Kast Maln, lSxAO feet, op
posltn tho Main Slreet Station. Ap?
ply DAVIS HOTEL.
HALF BROAD STREET STORE; BKS':
rotall lpcp.llty; low rent. Addres
E 4 2:i, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch.
FOIl RENT, NO. 2820 KAST FRANK
lln; |30 per month. Apply tu 11AR
VEY, BLAIR & CO.
FOR "RENT," for SUM&IER; FURNISH
ed houso, ln Wost, End. Thom
6250-J.
WANT
ONtt OfflNT A WOflD.
Jfot* ?s>ak.
VALUAiJLK STORE PROPERTY POR
salo quick; also iiico cl.ah stock ot
Koocln nnd llxtures, ultuatuil ln one
of thu ijeit towns lu tho .-'tate; large,
woii-llgli'ed hIcjio room; good living
rooms up-talrs; good gurtlcn and
somo uiiinll frult comlng ln; gooil
wen water; best locatlon ln town;
doing a pnylng husliiess, but lui,vu
best roauonu for c|Ulck sale. Address
No. 23, curo Tltn.s-Dlspatch. $_,uu?
net prollt ln slx monlhs.
A RETAIL GROCERY BUSINE.Sri,
whlch lu tho past twelvo j?-ars
hlivwH a net proflt of $18,000, after
supportlng a lnrge fninilv; tho only
reason for selling ls the party wishes
tO retlre from business and live on
tlie Interest of tlie money made "t
thls Ktiinil. whlch Is ono of thn best
ln the clty. For Infcji'inattoii apply
to xv. li. WEST, caro lt. ii. Hardeaty
Co., r,lo North BeVcnteenth? Street,
FOH .SALK, UP-TO-DATE DRUG
j storo; central locatlon, growing lo
cality; splendid SOda trado; Innova
tlon fountaln; llttle opposltion; *?,
(.'00 stock and fixtures; reason lor
solllng owner cannot personally look
aftor huslncsB. Terms, l-_ cash, bnl
aiico reasonable. Address Rooni 710,
Citizens Hiink Buildlng, Norfolk.
FOH SALK, GKNHRAL MKRCANTILE
business; $22,000 business; $i,nno net
profits annually; stock clean aiul up
to-date; business Increaslng; loca?
tion ln the b.-autlful Valley of Vlr
gliiln; 2.000 feet elevutlon; $5,000 cash
necessary; Address "VALLKY OF
VIRGINIA," Staunton, Va.
WANTKD, KVKI1V HOOKK K.KI'KR TO
read "How to Become a 31 -a 1 l*"Ok
keeper, Audltor or Public ACC'ii-iit
ant." Worth readlng. Wlll _---nd lt
fre*-. You cun increase your earnlng
capaclty. CHAS. -A. SWEET LAN'D,
tr, rtoyk-.-tmi p,uildlng. .'.'lil-.-.i(v>.
CAKE OH BAR KIXTURK. IIANDSOMK
wall mlrrors, set in mahogany
fraines. nbout elghty feet, for sale
at less lhan half cost. xv. a. POL?
LARD, Atlantlc Trust BuildinK. Nor?
folk. Va._
!\VH HAVI-; LARGK~ SUGAR LOAK
pincapples, wi-ighlng from 7 to 10
1 ? ounds nplecci at Stall 46, Second
..' trket, THey are the larjre.t of tho
: --,l>'on.
thrkk-hkad block deloach
sawmlll, with Rii-hinoiid Iron Works
; c,?,i; lt11 iii good order; wlll _ell
: choap for caah. LINDSAY McMINN,
R. [-*, D. No. 1, Tunstall, Va._
'FOR SAKE. GOOD, STRON'G-ROO'i'I'fi
! rcse bushiyi. $1 per dozen and up:
i your selectlon; full stock nf beddlng
plants. - MERIT ROSE CO., West
'? fHac-i- nnd Cedar._
havk Yf)i:n carrl\g"e? and wag
ons palnted. repnlred and rubber
I tlre work promptlv done by RICH?
ARDSON BROS., 61 ."> Brook Avepue.
'I*;ionc- 1167._
? KOR SALK ClfEAr. THS ON1.Y RU
I tall bakery In Bluefleld, \V. Va.'; uvn
] . er is tired of the business ani wanls
to go Into something o'm.->. Address
! TRII'MI'II, Box 636. Bluofloll. \V. Vn.
PARTY ~ LEAVING CITV WILL SELL
j antlque furniture, <.e? ?t 317 Wost
' Main Applv between S A. M. and
6 P. M. Monday, __
Il'ST OOTTKN IN CAR OI'' "p'.VRKKH*'
I buggies, neatest nnd best buggies
I on the market for. tlie price. P.RIS
i TOW-WOBSriAM, 1117 East Mnln.
FOH SAI.K. DAHLIA ROQTS, 25
' cents ;i dozoii* $1.60 a huridred. l-ll
: North Flfth Street
[FOR SALE LOT MIXED FEAS,
? -,;?,. thev IpsI nt $2.50. dellvred.
XV. M. PATRICK. Woodward, S. C.
FOR SAI.K. r.nn PAIR BALL-BEARING
skates. $1.25 a : Ir. TOMPKINS.
^zaCesmz lot &alz.
I. ' S !- RARGAIN -- NICE. LARGE
| farm. frontlng on York River (salt
I wiiti-i i.'.T'urti'slft'n Wells, tloWing. ex
' cellent wnter: 1.S00 acres, 3 barns.
4 houses. Splendid for cuttle, Iiokh
und mules. Plenty flsh and oysters.
Good shooting?ducks, partrldges and
rabblts. Threp miles from Southern
Railway. Wlll sell cheap on easy
terms. XV. It. BROADDUS, West
Polnt, Va.
FOR SALE, AN UP-TO-DAT.E RESl
deneo un West Grace Street Street.
bullt for home und has every con
venlenc'e; only reason fur selling Ih
tluil it ls too niucli liouse: price and
terins reasonable. Address G 836.
i-art- Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Ti> BUYERS AND SELLBaSf-IF \OU
have a "farm or tlmber iract to sell,
wrlte and llst lt wlth us: If you
w-lsh to buy. wrlte for cntalogue. *\.
H. JENNINGS i*. CO.. Bo_ 138,
Lynchburg, V;t.
KOR SALE, NICE DWELLING IN
tlirlvlng town. Shentyidoah Valley,
modern improvements. large lot; es?
tabllshed business; law. insurance,
real ostato; would exchange for Rich?
mond property. Address B...100 Kast
Maln._ _
FOR SALK. FOUR DETACHED D\Y_.*_
llngs, wilh latest Improvements; Just
think of a dellghtful new homo near
Chlmborazo Park; seven and eight
rooms. Prices right; terms. too. .0
North Thlrty-thlrd Street. _
Mi:ilEDlTH~c-_COO"KK'liA\^ MOVED
Into thelr now offlces, 1111 Kast Main
Street. List your property wlth
them. They niake a specialty of
sales._', ?' .'*_
FOR SALE, ONE HUNDRED AND
slxty-flvc million feet standing tlm?
ber twenty-threo thousand acre.
land und town property. T. D,
BRAGG, Victorla, Va.
FARMS AND TIMBERX_VNDS AT 1.0\V
est prices on easy terms; greatest
bargains in Vlrglnla. Writo for cat?
alogue. Address J. -R. ELAM, Char
lottosyllle, Va. _
KIO11T-ROOM "MOP.ERN BRICK. GOO11
repair, four blocks of Fifth and
Maln. Prlco. $.1,r.00; $l,r.00 cash, bal?
ance at five per cont. Rents JSHO.
Addross C 62^. caro Tlmes-Dlspatch,
3%atizz8.
Wi L. HEATH, CHIROPRACTOR.
Chlropractlc ls the science of locnt
"Ini*- and removing pressuro froir
' nerves; all cliseases are nerve dis
eixsesi our examinatlons are con?
flned to the spino only; xvo ask nr
cjucstlons of a dellcate nature. Il
you are suffering from nny acute oi
chronic dlsoiise, call and seo us.
Terms reasonnble. Consultatlon anc
examination froe. 51S North Flfth
Stroet. Offico hoursj a to C P. M^_
EVERY-DEPOSITOR TN A BANK IS
equally entltled to tho greatest so
curity and tho best service. THI
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH
MOND, VA? undoubtedly affords both
and lnvltes accounts from all classes
needing tho facllitles of a strong
largo, .*ourteous bank. Assets, $9,
000.000.00. Organlzed April. 1865.
WANTED, THErPUBLIC TO KNOV
that -AHNKE' BROS.. .lewelors, 01:
Kast Main Stree., buy, sell. oxchangi
and remount dlamonds in tho lat03
styles. Old gold and sllver taken li
exchange._
See-thM'-'CORTland*,' runabout.
und Peters surreys we havo jusi
gotten in; they aro pleaslng to thc
* oye. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO.,
_ ll 17 Kasf Maln.'
you want'Yhe best dyeingTthi
best cleaning, the best carpet clean
Ing, ihe bost carpet dyelng; all i
be lmd at Mrs. A. J. PYLE'S, 31
North Flfth Streot. _
LAWN MOWBRS UHARPENED "ANI
rcpalrod equal to new. JOR BICK
ERSTAFP. 1811 Kast Main Street.
10c. ONLY FOR DEVEI.OPING FILMS
best rosults daily. RICHMOND AR'
CO? 5 Kast Broad Street.
_ 5?oovh Wlanttfi._
i^OM^AND"boXrd" Bi' YOUNO^MAR
ried ccniple; private family- preforrod
siato terms. Address F 740, car'
Tlmos -Dlspatch,
WANTS
ONK CENT A WOII1)
$)er_onate.
THE COLD SULPHUR SPRINGS HO*
lol wns lotallv dc.-trriy.l bv flre
on Bunday, Aprll lOtli, slnco whlcli
tlmo we hnvo been ho overwholtned
with letters nf syrripathy ftnd ki?"1
/v.-iii ihai li becomes uecossarj to.
mako ihls publlc acknowlbdgmcnl of
our grent appreclatlon and heart
felt timnks to ono ond all, and inist
thoy wlll aceopt thls ns a personal
tcp'iv. ,1. s. CRAIOi Ooshen, Va.
_Mny I, 1008._
"WESTOVER" RUHHER ROOFING
carrled ln four thlcknesses, Is su?
perior to almost every brand on
this market. Get a sample of it be?
fore placlng' your orders. Specify
"Westover" rubber rooflng to your
dealer nnd patronlze home Industry.
TIIE WESTOVER PAPER CO., Rlch?
mond, Va.
EVERY DEPOSITOR IN A BANK IS
equally on tltled to tho greatest se?
curity and the best service. TIIE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH?
MOND, VA., undoubtedly effords both,
and Invltes accouutr, from all classes
neodlng the facilltles of a strong,
large, Tourteous bank. Assets. >0,
000,000,00. Organized Aprll, 1865. _
LET CS WRITE YOUR ESSAYS, CLUB
papers, lectures, speeches, memorlal
oratlons, etc "Every productlon i
masterplece;" wrlto us your need?.
we can supplv vou. All correspond
enco confidential. Dept. M., CEN?
TRAL LITERARY BUREAU, 1210
Harrlson. Knnsns Clty. Mo._
PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND
couches recovered and reupholstered
llke.new; sllp covers mado and mat
tresse-i renovated: for cash or on
easy payments. No chnrgo for estl?
mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON,
Adams and Broad Street.s
DON'T YOU WANT A CORSET THAT
Imparts style. glves comfort and pro
motes health? Made to ordej for anv
flgure and guaranteed. THE CORSET
SHOP, :U7 North Flfth Street, Mrs.
A. .1. Pyle. _
SEE OUR ADS. IN "FOR SALE" AND
Rosps and Bedding Plants. MKRI1
HOSE CO., West Grace and Cedar
Streets.
WE DEVELOP ANY SIZE FILM DAILY
for 10c. RICHMOND ART CO., 5
East Uroad Street._
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S, 209 North Thlrd Street.
WLantzp.^__
TANTED* THE USE OF A HORSE
and buggy for two montlis for hls
board and $1 a week; wlll be well
fed; good grazing; he must be safe
for women to drlve. A. F. BAUTRO,
Glen Allen. ?
:\V\NTI':D. ROBERTSON'S "POCAHON
tas " "De Bow." "Southern Ltterary, '
i "Old Domlnion" and a-11 Virginia
! Southern books and magazines. M.
I A. WHITTY. Rlchmond, Va._
FURNITURE WANTED: HIGHKSl
c-ash prlce pald for furniture. carpets.
i &c If you want to sell, 'phone
1906._
WANTKD." TO BUY, HOUSKHOLD
i goods ln any quantity. Call 'phone
1 3851.
dumrner Poarbtng.
j
i.SUMMKR BOARD ON PRESTON
Heights, Charlottesvllle; best eleva
tion, cool, all the convenlences of the
city combined wlth that of the coun?
try; elegant yard aml shade troes
and summer house. Apply for terms,
I wlth reference.'-Mrs. SUSSEX D.
i DAVIS. Prostnn Heights, Charlottes
XV WTKI i. SUMMER RO AHD ERS ON
! farm; mlneral s'prlng near; terms,
iJO per month. Mrs. J. P. JORDAN.
Pleasant Hill. X. C._
UxhT rknt. secoNdTfloor; sevkn
i'ooiii flat, hot \vater heat. 1625 West
Orace Street. Apply 1625 A West
; Gracq Street. _
I OUTSIDE "apartment. "two rooms
and bath. hot and cold water, eleo
frlclty and servant's nttendatu-e. Ap?
ply 617, TIIE CHES/rERFIELD.__
For" rent. twoI"flats". i south
Fifth Street._
^oultrp?pjct anb libe _s>tbtfr.
(S'ici^n^food" and supplies.?
Wheat for littlo and big chlekens;
carload just ln; dealers and largo
buvers should Inqulre. W. J. TODD,
?126 North Si_xth_j5trect._
FR E1-7 " 10C." " PACK AGE CONK EV'S
llce powder and 2ac. poultry book.
Bilng ad. to WALTER J. TODD, No.
126 North Slxth, Rlchmond. _
iHi_celIanE0U_.
SHOE REPAIRING SPECIAL
10 CENTS REBATE ON EACH PAIR
lf vou _tit out thls advertlsement and
brfng wlth shoes before April llth,
Men's shoes half-soled, 7Fic.; rebated
to 65c; ladies' shoes half-soled, 60c,
rebated to 50c. Every palr sewed.
DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FAC?
TORY, 710 East Main gtreet.
UPHOLSTERIXO.
PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND
couches recovered and reupholstered
llke new; sllp covers mado and mat
tresses renovated; for cash or on
easy payments. Xo charge for estl?
mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON,
Adams and Broad Streets._^_
LADIES'A SHOB- REPAIRING.
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICE IF YOU
cut out thls advertlsement and send
wlth shoes. We havo a lot of small
halfsoles on hand, sultable for ladies'
shoes. Regular prlco, 60c; reduced
to 50c, sewed: nalled, 3.ic. DREW'S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716
East Maln Street 'Phone 2667._
AWNINGS.
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR AWNINGS
made up now whllo you can secure
every attention and caro and be ready
for the spring? H. E. COPELAND
_ CO? 108 North Nlnth._
ROSES -AND BEDDING PLANTS.
A FULL STOCK OF ROSES AND BED
cling plants ln various sizes; cata?
logue freo upon appllcation. MER1T
ROSE CO., West Graco and Cedar
Streets._
FURNITURE AND CHINA FACKIN.Q.
WE PACK AND S'HIP FURNITURE,
chlnn, weddlng presents, etc. JACOB
UMLAUF, Flno Upholsterlng and
Mattresses, 705 West Maln. 'Phono
_ 3292._
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES.
LEVY MAKES SLIP COVERS, RE
palrs and pollshos furnlluro. 'Phono
1036, 425 West Broad."'
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
DON'T FORGET BRISTOW-WORSHAM
CO. when you want repair work dono
promptly. 1600 East'-Franklln.
OFFICE SPACE,
FOR RENT. DESK SPACE, WITH
'phono; Mutual Buildlng. Address
Box 291, cltv, v_
flor'ist.
potted plants, cut flowers at
reduced prices. Funeral designs, $1
to ?3. M. A. WHITTY.
STORAGE.
CLEAN. DRY STORAGE DEPART
ment at TOMPKLNS, 207 West Broad.
special~LaI:ige carnati6n7s~tiiis
weok: i.wonty-flvo cents doz-ui.
WHITTY, Florist, Ninth Street,
The Confederate Museum
TWRhFTH AND Cl.AY ETRHETS.
OPBN 9-A; M.-TO-6 P. M. ??
ADM18SION, 25o.
EATUUDAY FRESH. ,
JLtQtll J?.Ot.C-0.
V'IHGI.MA,?1.7 THE CH.Cl._T COURT
OF Till' COUNTY OF MliCKLKN
Itl'Ril, APRIL TERM, 1008!
;. Ri Land, ..c, I In
vs. >
rho Bnnk of Mecklenburg, j cbnnoery.
EXTRACTfl FROM DECREE,
And iii? court dotii further adjuilge,
iriier nnd decree thut. Iho papers fn
thla cause hc referred to .Mnrvlii
.mtthey, who ls lioreby appolnted a
ipecial commissiiiiici- of thla cdurt for
iln- purpose nf tnktug thfl followlng ac
?otints:
(Ii An account of nll nf the prop-1
srty, real und personal, nssetti nud
jhosea in nciion of tho sald Bank of
Stecklenburg*, dlaUngulshing whlch aro
held by tll" rai.l bnnk as .-.illateral BO
?iiriticM nnd which aro held by ~ald
bank as tlio iilisolute owner iiud hold*
sr thereof;
(1) An account cif iho dobln nr.d
llabllltles cif the said bnnk. to whom
iwo and payable, or to bornine due nud
payable! wlth tlielr dlgnltlos and
firl'irltlos, ir any;
(3) An account showing wiim assetfl
-?r chosea ln action of tbo sniii Bttnk
nf Meeklenhiirg, If any, uro held by
other -leisons or banks ns collflternl
-e. iii-ities for the pnytnont of llnblll
tles of the snld Bnnk of Mecklenburg,
nnl by Whom nnd for whnt nmount
thoy nro so hold: nnd
(-1) An account 'of nll proporty, as
-ots and effects of th" sald Bnnk of
Merklonburg whlch shall como into
tho hands of tho sald recelvers and
of thelr deallngs and transactlons ns
such, whlch account the sald recelvers
_re dlrected to rendcr before tho said
commlssloner:
All of whlch accounts the said com
ml-isloner Is dlrected to atidlt. stato,
se?tlo nnd roport to court. wlth nny
other mnttor specially stntod. deemed
pertlnent by hlmself or whlch mny bo
rei-|iiirivl to be so stated bv nny party
ln interest, so as to onnblo the court
to flx and establlsh tho rights of all
partles In Interest nnd to properly ad
mlnister the property and assets of the
said Bank of Mecklenburg.
Lawroncevlllo. Va.. May fi. 1908,
Tho partfes intorostod In the docrco,
from whlch the foregolng is an ex
tract. wlll tako notlce that I have flxed
upon WEDNESDAY'. THK _nTH DAY
OF MAY*. 1908, ns the timh, and tri
banking house of the Bank of Meck?
lenburg. nt Boydton. Va., aa the placo.
to execute tlie said decree, when and
where all partles Interested aro re
quircil to attend. wlth such books, pf
pei-B, vouchors and other evidence a
v.'ill enable me to eoinply wlth Iho
snld docrco.
Tbe tnklns of tho foregolng ac
eotinta wlll bo adjourned fr,>in tlmo to
time at the samo placo untll tho samo
shall be completed.
MARVIN SMITH KY.
Special Commlssloner.
VIRGINIA.?CHANCERY COURT OP
THK CITY OF RICHMOND:
Jackson Guy. ns Admlnlatrator of
Laura Pope Martin, Deceased.
Complalnant,
vs.
Overton Howard. M. Porcy Howard.
Bettv Mi Payne Downie. Margaret
l_eo," Charlotte T.ec, Jullet Lee and
the Unknown Distrlbtitees of Laura
Pope Martin. Deceascd.. .Doff-nciants.
KXTRACT FROM DECREE.
By a decree pronounced in the above
named suit on the 22d day of April.
190S, bv the Chancery Court of tlie
city of Richmond, it was adjudged, or?
dered and decreed tliat this cause be
referred to one of the commissioners of
tl.Is court to take, state ancl report
to the court the following accounts and
matters, vlz.: , -
1. An account of any and all dehts
and demand?, if any. against the estate
of Laura Pope Martin. deceased:
_. An account of the assets of the
said estate:
"..' An accunt of the transactlons of
.Tack^on Guy. Admlnistrator of the said
estate:
? A statement showing who ni-e
tho noxt kln or dlstributees of tho
s;iid .-state. and the shares or propor
tlona ln whlch thoy are entitled to the
same;
5. Any other account or statemont
especially stated. deemed pertinont by
hlmself or reouired to be so stated
bv any of tbe pariles. - -
The commlssloner In oxecuting this
docrco shall glve notlce of the tlmo
and placo flxed upon by hlm for that
purpose 'bv' p/ubllcatlon once a wook
for four successlv- woeks in some
newspaper publlshed in the city of
Richmond, whicli notice. so publlshed.
shall bo equlvalent to personal ser?
vice upon all partles interested.
Officos of Commlssloner Massle.
Rooms .19 ahd 20, 1103 E. Main St..
Blchmonil, Va.. Anrll 21, 190S. ,
To All Partles Tntf-rested:
Take notlce tbat T shall proeeed, nt
mv sald offlces.-o'n tho 2fiih dav of
Mav 190S. at tho hour of 11 A. M., to
execute tlie roc-ulrements of thc- de?
cree foresaid. by tho terms of .whlch
this publicatlon is made enuivalont to
personal service upon you. nn oppnrtu
nitv being hereby glven you to at?
tend at snld time and place if you
thlnk proper to do so. ,,.-~TT~,
EUGENR C. MASSIE,
Commlssloner ln Chancery.
GUY & GUY. p. o_
i-fl.etmgS
MEMBERS Ol*"TEMPL-TiODGE,
No ',? Anclent; Proe nnd Accept
, ? Ncd Masons. aro requested to meet
at Masonic Temple THIS (Saturday)
Afternoon at ?* o'clock to pay mo
last sad ti-ibuie of respect to Brother
C. F. Snow.
By order of the Worshlpful Master.
.lOPEPlI .1. ENGLISH, JR..
Acting: Secretary.;.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENjTHAT AT
tlio next meeting of the Board of
Visitors of tho Unlverslty of Vir?
ginia a professor of patliology wlll
be eldcted. By dlreetlon of Armlstead
C Gordon, rector. Appllcations and
cbmmu-iicatlons regardlng nbove may
be addressed to
KDWIN A. ALDERMAN,
Presldent,
Unlverslty of Vlrglnla._
Aprll 27. 190..
TIIE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of tho stockholders of tho Roanoko
Raplds Papor Manufacturing Com?
panv wlll be held in tho offlco of tho
presldent, Thlrtennth and Franklln
Streets, RlchnVon.i Va., on TUES?
DAY; MAY 12TH, at 12 M.
W. C EDWARDS,
Secretary.
THE/ .REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of tho stockholders of iho Baughman
Statlonery Company wlll be lield In
tho offlco of tho company. 1207 East
Maln Stroot. Richmond, Vn.. WED?
NESDAY, MAY 13, 1908, at 12 o'clock.
JAS. S. FRANCIS,
Treasurer.
Hollvwood Cnmotorv Compnny,
Richmond, Va., May 1, 190S.
THK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LOT -
ownors in Hollywood Cemetery Com?
pany wlll bo hold In the offlco nf tho
companv, No. 0 South Ninth Stroet,
on TUESDAY, May 12. 1908, at 5
o'clock P. M. XV. S. STREET,
Secretary -Treasurer.
gjnnftrupt JMices.
NOTICE^ OF FIRST ? MEETINCT"0F
CREDITORS.
In the matter of f No. 779
FRANCIS FERARr, ln
Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THK EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OP VIRGINIA:
To thc Creditors of FRANCIS FERARf,
of Rlclimond, ln tho County of Hen?
rico, and District Aforesaid?Bank?
rupt :
Notlce Is hereby glven that on thc
8th day of May, AT D. 190s, tho sald
FRANCIS FERARI was duly adjudl*
ciitc'd bankrupt, nnd that tho flrst
meetlng of his crodltors will ho hold
In my offlce, rooms Nos, 80!) nnd SiKJ,
?Vmoriciin Natlonal ? Rank Buildlng
Richmond, Va? on tho 22D DAY oh
MAY. A. p, 1908, at 10 o'clock in thc
fon noon. ut whicli time tlle said oroTl
Itcirs may attend, prove thelr claims.
apotnt a trustee, oxiinilno the bank?
rupt, nnd tiiinsict such othor blisinose
us mny properly come boforo sulil
mcioting.
THOS. B. SNEAD,
Rceeiv-r ln Uunkruplcy.
May 8, 1808.
g_alcb $)ropo_aI_. :
'PROPOBALS,
Ffitiriuler County Roal Board,
Aprll 30, 11108.
II nppnarlng lo the hniii'd Ihnt a
macadam road i? ln contomplatlon he
tween Tho Plalns nml Mldtllebtirg, a
distance of elghi mlles, undsr the su?
pervlslon of tho siain Highway Com?
misslon, lt in ordorcd thnt the clerk
or this board .vin mako out n propt-r
ndvertlsemcnt to bulld said macadam
road, rcturnablo to Mav 15, l-.lii4, at
The Plalns, and p.ihll.?h thc iitnia ln
iho count' ri tpi r?? rihd Tho TFny?i ?Dig
Ptttch, nf Rlrlimond, Va,: nnd II l.? fiirlher
ordered lhat 0 oommlltec be appolnted
to tneol al that plnco at thal tfmo
nml open said proposals nti.1 ui-i-.-pt or
rojpct nny or all bld:; and t-? let tho
Work as a wholo or i- iiv Jicirtl.m Iho'-'O"
of nn ln thr-lr Jiulcment Is i Igltt nn-I
iirop.M". snld i'onimltti-e to bc coinlinssd
of XV. N. Tlffany, W. G. Pivi- nnd
Cirinnd Sklnker. Plans nn.i speclfi?
catlons for same mny be had or seen
?t the post-offlce at The Plalnn, Va.
a certlfled check for $.-,on to accom
pany eacli bld. nnel thc fitntp nnd coun?
tv representatlves wlll he at The Plalns
on the Sth day of Mny. ID08, to show
parties sald road and speclficatlons,
A Copy?Testo:
A. R. BARTENSTElN.
Clerk.
SEALED PROPOSALS.
BID FOR ROAD BUILDING. FAU?
QULER COUNTY.
Sealed proposals for the construc?
tion of elght milos of macadam road,
from Thc Plalns to Mlddieluirg wlll be
recelved at Tho Plalns, Vlrginia, on
l?th May, 190S, at the post-offlce there?
of. Plans and* speclficatlons for snme
may be seen at thc offlce of the State
Highway Commisslon In Richmond,
Virginia, and a,t tlie post-offlco at The
Plalns, Va.
A certlfled check for $500 must ac
COmpany each bid.
Commlttee. composed of XV. X. Tlf?
fany, The. Plalns, Va.; XV. O. Davls, Ver
non Mllls, Va.. and Garland Sklnker.
Warrenton, VA.. wlll open sald sealed
blds on sald 16th May, 100S. and they
reserve the rlght to reject any or all
blds, nnd to let tho work as a whole
or in part. Tho State anrt county rep?
resentatlves will be nt Tlio Plalns on
the Sth dav of Mny. 190S. to show nnr
tlos said road and speclficatlons, Pro?
posals should ho addressed to Post?
master. The Plalns. Vlrglnln.
A. R. BARTENSTElN, Clerk
County Road Board. Fanouler Cn.. Vn.
'PROPOSALS.
Th" town of Clarksvllle. Va.. desires
the lowest blds for nbout 2,000 yards
of gi-aiiollthb- pavement. The town has
the tnonev on hand to pay cash for
thls work. nnd the blds should be en?
tered by the 2rith of May. All appli?
eants should nppear In person.
For further Informatlon. wrlte
SAMUEL DAVIS and
r.. E. VAUGHAN.
Street Commlssloners.
FROPOSAL&
The Board of Supervlsors of Char?
lotte county will meet at Charlotte
Courthouse on Wednesday, May I3th. tn
rocelve blds for repalrs to countv Jail.
All persons deslring to mako blds will
meet board there on that dav.
P. N. MORGAN.
Chairman Board of Supervlsors,
Charlotte County.
gmmmer &e_ort_.
TWO FAMOUS UOT3LS
ON TIIE LAKES OF THK
Adirondacks
Under One C.euernl
SuperviMon and Management.
HOTEL
CHAMPLAIN
AND COTTAGES,
I..IKK f IIAMI'I.AIN'.
CLINTON COUNTY, N. T.
One of thc most magnificent
Summer Hotels In America, In cen?
tro of Natural I'nrk of 430 acres.
OPENS JULV 1ST.
flolf. tennls, boatli.g, bathlnpr,
flshing, attractlve social llfe, auto
garage. Booklet aml all informa?
tion.
NKW YORK OFFICE. US FIFTH
AVE., untll July lst.
ROBERT MURRAY, Manager.
Two particularly flne cottages to
rent.
Fort William Henry Hotel
LAKE GEORGE, N. Y.
1.10,000 spent In improvements slnce
last season. One hour from Sata
toga Springs: attractlve and charm?
lng Burroundlngs. Every conven
lence. On"ns July lst. Booklet
aml all Informatlon.
NEW YOrtK OFFICK. 243 FIFTH
AVE.. untll July lst.
I. F. WILSON, Manager.
_2>tI)00_J.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
0F MEDICINE, SSSSSg
STUART McGL-lRE. M. I)? Presldent.
Kystematlc courses o? Instructlon ln
slxteen inboratorlea, .'.vo hospltals "-and
four illspensarles.
Three Freo Catulogues?Specify Dep't.
Medicine : Dentistry : Pharmacy.
Richmond Transfer Co,
UNION RAILROAD AND -ULLMAN
OFFICE.
811) E. Mnln Street. Murphy aud Jcffersoi
Hotels.
CITV TICKET AGENTS FOR ALL LINES
BAGGAGE CALLED FOR ANI) C'HECKEI
FROM RESIDENCE.
European Steamship Agents
All Llnes Represented.
_5>teamuoat_.
LD DOMINIQnT
STEAMSHIP CO
Night Line for Norfolk
Leavo niehmond every evonlng (foot Asl
Street) at 7 I". M.j stopplng at Nowpmi
News on route. Faro, $2.00 ono way; Jl'.Ol
round trlp, Inoludlng stuteroom borth; muul
tu cents. Street cars to steamer's wharf.
FOR NEW YORK
Yia Nlght Llno Steamers (exrept Saturday)
maklng connectlon ln Norfolk wlth Maii
Hne shlp following day at 7 P. M.j alai
Norfolk nnd Weatarn Ry. at a A. M. aml :
r M ; nnd Chesapeako and Ohlo Ity. ut '
\ M niui 1 r. M? maklng connectlon dnll;
(eacapt Bunday) at Norfolk with Main Lin
si.'lp selllng at 7 P. M. Tlckots at O. D
Line Olf lee. SOS E. Maln Sltoot, Rlohmon.
Transfer Co., Sio E. Maln Streot; Tho Jet
U-ibOii, Murphy's Hotel.
Ho represents nll
European and Oriental
STEAMSHIP LINES,
Rallroad tlekets furnished and basprngo checked to destination of
tickets. Freo Informatlon bureau, telephone BlSl.
"Ask Mr. Bowman."
No trottbln to answor fiuestlons.
S. H. BOWMAN,
SOS Kast .Maln Ktrcot, Hlchmond. Va.
TT"f'ff:***_rf-ir-i^r'Tr_ "**?<'i" """'.", II "'"'' ll"'"* '*'' ?'-""*l?<*" ?"'"??'' in_nii_iini Y_iii ii 11?? iini
3_.aftroaxi6_ ^___
Southern Railway.
TRAIN- LEAVE iuchmond.
N. D.?Followlnff sohediilo tliruroii pub?
llshed nnly n- Inforinatlon, nnd aro not
ftuaronltoil:
8120 A. M ?D.illv?Loenl fnr Charlotte.
11:15 A. M,?Imily?I.liullcd?TliifTot Pu
mon io Atlanta nn'' _!rrr.lngham, New
rirlnnr,-. M>inphlt., t'hattnnoog-, nnd
nll llio South. Ttirniisli coach for
i Mnn- Clly, i.ixfnrd Durham.
8:00 r. m.--?!?:.. Bunday?Keysvilta Loenl.
11:30 P. M. ? inllv?I.lmlterl Pullman ready
9:30 1*. M for nll tlm Houth.
-UflK RIVER LINE,
4:30 r. XI ? "x. Sunday?To West Potnt
cnnnectlug fnr naltliuoro Monday.
Wednesdny, Frlday,
2:18 P. M. -Monday, Weclne-dny nnd Frl
dny?I.ornl to West I'olnt.
4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sundays?I.ocal tc Went
Polnt,
TRAINS ARRIVE lUCH.MONn.
7:00 A. M? 8:40 p. M.?From nll tho South,
4:10 17 M.?Fiom charlotte, llnlclgh, Dur?
ham. Chais Citv nnd loenl stations.
8:40 A. M.?From Key-Vilte?I.ocal.
0:20 A. M.?From \V-nt Polnt. nnd froi.i
Baltimoro Wednesdny, Friday nnd
Sundny.
10:43 A. M? 5:45 P. M.?Local from Wont
Folnt.
C. XV. WESTBURT, n. r. A ,
i-yi ::. Mnln st. Phone iss
RIclimonfl, FrefleriC-rsb'g & Potomao R. R.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 12,1908.
TO AND FROM WASHINQTON AND BEYOND.
Leavo Rlclimond
?U..0A.M. tlyrd St.Sta,
?S.40A.M. nyrd St.Sta,
?S.-ffA-M. Maln St. Sta.
tl-.ul P.H. Brrd St. SU.
f?.00 P.M. Byrd St. BU.
?J.i.Ofll'.JI.Klha Statlon.
*0.1S P.M. M.ln St. 8t?,
-,80P,W.pyrd-t. Sta,
Arrivo Hl-_o..on?
?7.50 A.JI. Byrd St. Sta,
t9.24A.M. 3rrdSt.Sti.
JI0.36 A.JI. Kllia Statlon
?12.15 P.M. Jlaln Kt.Rta.
t2..5P.M.Il)r? St.Sta.
?7.18 P.M.Byrii St.Sta.
-fl.OOl-.S.Brr, St.Sta.
-9.3i P.M, -if-tln St.SU.
ASHLAND ACC0MM00ATI0NS-WESKDAYS.
(.eaTeElha 8tatlon-7.80 Lfl,, 1.80 P.M., 6.86 P.M,
ArrlTf Elba Statlon-0.10 A.M., 10.10 A.M,,8..n I'M
?Dally. fWeekdays. (Sundays only. All
iraina to or from Byrd Straet Statlon -top at
Elba. Time of arrivala ond departures nat
(uarantccd. Read tha -tg-s.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFPECTIV-3 MAV 1. 19"S.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida nnd Soutli: 8:1J A. M. and
7:2.", r. M,
Kor Norfolk: 0:00 A. M? 3:00 P. M. nnd
7::;. r. m.
For N. _ XV. Ry.. West: 0:00 A. M? 12:10
ar.d 9:10 P, M.
For Petersburg: 9:00 A. M.. 12:10. 3:00.
?3:25 P. M., 6:00 P. M., 9:10 P. M., 7:25 and
11:30 P. M.
For Goldsboro nnd Fnyett evllla: *3::s
P. M.
Trnln- arrive Richmond dally: , 8:10, 7:10
A. M.'j *S:35. "10:45 nud 11:30 A. M.i '1:27.
2:05, 6:50. S:00 and 8:60 P. M.
* Except Sunday. ?? Sundny only.
Tlmo of arrivala nnd departures and con?
nections not guarnntced.
C. 8. CAMPBELL, D. P. A.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
9:00 A. / FnHt dally tralns to Old Polnt,
4:00 P. \ Newport News und Norfolk.
7:40 A.?Dally. Local to Newport News.
5:00 P.?Dnlly. Local to Old Point.
2:00 P. \ Dally, Loulsvllle. Cincinnatl. Chl
11:00 P. / cngo and St. Lotil3 Pullmans. '
9:00 A.?Dally. Ch'vllle oxe. Sun. C. Forgo.
6:15 17?-Wenk Days. Loenl to O'villo.
in;oo a.?Dnlly. L'burg. Lcx.. C. Forgo.
5:15 P.?Woek Dnvs. To Lynchburg.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Loenl from Enst?S:50 A. M., 8:16 P. M.
Througli from Enst?11:45 A. M.. 7 P. M.
Local from XVent?'8:30 A. M.. 7:45 P. M.
Througli?7:30 A. M. and 3:45 P. M.
Jnmes Rlver Llne?'8:35 A. M.. G:50 P. M.
- Dally except Sundny.
ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Leavo Byrd Street Statlon. Richmond. In
cftect May 1. 190S. FOR NORFOLK:
9:0? A. M., 3:00 P. M. and 7:25 17 M. dally.
FOR LYNCHBURG. TIIE WEST AND
SOUTHWEST: 9:00 A. Mi, 12:10 P. M. and
9:10 P. M. daily. ARRIVE RICHMOND?
From Norfolk. 11:30 A. M. and 6:50 P. M.
dally. From tho West. 7:40 A. M? 2:05 I*.
M. and 8:50 P. M. dally. Pullman Parloi
ar.d Sleeplng Cars. l.'ii*e Dlnlng Cars.
W. B. BEVILL, C. H. BOSLEY,
, Gen. Pnss. Agent. Dlv. Pass. Agent
Seaboard Air Line Railway
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TC
.LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:10 A. M.?Local to Norlina, Ralelgh,
Charlotte, Wllmlngton. 12:25 P. M.?Sleep
ers and coaches. Atlnnta, Blrmingham,
Momphls, .Savnnnuh, Jacksonvllle and Flor?
ida points. 9:15 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches,
Savannah, JacH-onvllle, Atlanta, Blrmlng
huni and Memphls.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TO
ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:10 A. M? 0:05 I". M., 5:25 P. 51.
II. S. LEARD. D. P. A.
Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railway
Ca-- lenvo Manchestor, Seventh und Perry
Streem, for Petersburg.
?G, 7. S, ?9. 10. 11 '12 A. M? 1, 2, ?3, 4,
5, ??5:45, ??, 7, 8. '9, 10 P. M.
11 P. M. for Chester: 12 midnight, for
Polersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot Sycatnorc
Street, for Manchestcr.
6:35, ??7:15, *7:35, 8:35, 9:35, ?10:35,
11:35 A. M? 12:35, '1:35, 2:35. 3:35, '4:35,
.-_r?, 6:35, "7:33, 8:35, 9:35, ?10:10, 11:40
P. M.
? Carrles bnggage and express.
??Llmlted, except Sundny and holldays.
All cars from Petersburg connect wlth
cars for Itlchmond.
Richmond and Chesapeake Bay R'y
Electric trains to and from Ashland. stop?
plng at Intermedlate stations upon slgnal.
DAILY.
Leavo Riehmond (llro.id nnd Laurel
Streetsl?6:05, 7:10. 8:10. 9:10. 11:10 A. M.i
1:10. 2:10, 3:10. 4:10, 5:10, 6:10. 7:10, S:10,
9-10, 11:30 P. M.
Loavo Ashland?5:53, 7, S, 9, 10 A. M,. 12
noon 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7. 8, 9, 10:30 P. M.
EXTRA TRAINS ON SATURDAYS ANT
SUNDAYS.
Leave Richmond?10:10 A. M. and I2:l(
P. M.
Leavo Ashland?11:00 A. M. and 1:0(
P. M.
Virginia Navigation Company's
-AM3.S HIVER DAY UNK.
STEAMER HAMI'TON LEAVES FROM
OI.D DOMINION WHARF MONDAY, WED?
NESDAY nnd FRIDAY at 7 A. 51. for Nor?
folk, Portsmouth, Old Polnt, Newport Nows,
Claromont nnd James Rlvor landings, con
n-i-tlnt* nt Old Polnt for Washlngton, Bul.
tlnioro nnd tlio N'oith. Electric cars dliool
to tlio wharf. Tickets on sale ut Rlclimond
Transfer Co.. S19 East Mnln Street; 808 Eust
Main Street, or on wharf or steamer. Fare
lo Norfolk, ono way, $1.25. Round trlp,
{.1.50; socond-class, Jl.OO. Menls, 50 cents.
Frelght recelved for abnve-naiiied jilai-et
nnd all polnts ln Eastern Vlrglnlil, North
Cnrollna nnd tho East. _ _
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co
Norfolk to Iloste.il Mums., und
Provldence, I{. I.
Steainers leave Norfolk for Uoston Mnn
Wod. and Fii.; for Provldence Sun., Tues
nml Sat. nt 6 P. 51. Passengera nnd frelgh
taken for ull New England polnts. Tlckoti
ou sale at cu'flcos C. & O. Ry.. N. ? XV. Hy.
S. II. Bowman, SOS E. M.tln, nnd Rlch. Trans
Co.. S19 E. Maln.
The Clyde Steamship Company
PHILADELPHIA.
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Frelght recolved and dellvered dnlly a
C. & O. Ry. Co.'s Dopol, Seventeenth nnc
Broud Stroota. II. K. WOODFIN, Sollolttni
Acc-nt. Clyde Llno Wharf. Phone 510.
AMUSEMENTS
Aendcmy??W'piliK'sdny Cltih.
C.'nlnninl?Vnmlp vllle.
rHjiiii?"N.-vor Tii,? I.nle lo Mend.*
MiiJpsIIc?Vniuln vllle.
Glffen'n Wrslrrn' Plnv.
"The Helr Tn the Hoornb," Pau*
Artnstrong'a groat play, whfoh wlll bi
presented hy tho Olffen Compnny tiX
tho Acadomy of Muslc for tho entlre:
weok, commenclng Mnndny, May llth,
Is nelther a fnrcc nor a molordatnn,
though lt comblnes i>ome of tlm ele
ments of enoh, aa they arn understood
in Amerlenn dramatlc nomonclatui-o.
It. Ih a Western play. all four acts tak?
lng plnco In Interlor scenes. Tho hero
ot iho plece Ih Joo Lacy, a mlnor nnd
typlcnl rough dlamond, ono of a trla
nf chumn wlio havo seen hard days In
thelr rutest for gold, and who havo
boen ovnntually enrlched by tho Hoorah
mlne. Joe comes Enut, marrlos a so?
ciety glrl wlth n mnmma, carrlos them
both back West In a private car and
beglna to roallze. nfter a littlp that tho
comlc papers nv not sn vory far wronqf
ln tho descrlptlons of tho muctl
berated mother-ln-law.
Wllliam J. Kelley hns In the rolo ot
?loe Lacy a part that flts hlm to a.
nlcety, and Miss Margaret Fuller la
happ..y east as the pretty Geraldine,
Joe I?icy's wifo.
llnn II ynu'* Repertnlrc.
Daniel Ityan wlll be the attraction
at the BIJou noxt woek. He wlll pre?
sent a repertolro of romantlc plays,
with all tho scenle details and hls
torio costumes. on Monday and Tues?
day evenlngs. "Tho Mad Klng" wlll
bo glven; on Wednesday and Thursday
evenlngs, "The Hunrhbnck and thn
Lady" wlll be presented, anrt tho play
on Frlday anrl Saturday nlghts will
be "Dr. Jekyll and j Mr. Hyde."
At the Tuesday matlnee "The Mad
Klng" will bo tho offerlng, and on
Thursdny and Saturday afternoons the
play wlll ho "Tha Hunchhack and tho
Lady."
The melourama'at tho Bijou this
week has pleased large aucuences, aa
It ls one of the best seen there thls
season. The engagement wlll closo
wlth the performance to-nlght.
I'.utliiio at Colonial.
Before n commlttee nf flve newspaper men,
nn.i a blg audience Dr. Paullne, the hyp
ncilst, appcarlng at the Colonial Thcatro
this Week, performed yesterday afternoon,
the feature of all hls porformances. Whllo
the commltteo sat upon the stngo one of its
inemhors went Into the nitdleuco, took a.
straml of hair from a lady In the audience,
bbl la beneath a stop leadlng to an Elghth
Ptieot cxlt, and came back upon tho stage.
The performer ln tho meahtlmo remalnert
back of the stago bllndfoldcd. and in tho
midst nf the olher members of the commlt?
tee. When tho ono who had hldden tho
strnnd camo back the performer enmo back
upon the fltnpe. grasped the arm of tho
nrwspapor man and led hlm straight to
Where the halr wns hldden. They camo
back upon thc stago and, stlll bllndfolded.
tho hypnotlst wroto upon a board that tho
color of the halr was hrown.
"I found It," ho sald, "and I say the color
1,? brown."
It was.
Mnjentle Hlll f loso* Kiiir.-iceinont.
Mariollne Sadol and Boulden and
Qulnn closetl their engagement at thu
Majestlc last nlght. hcy had packed
liouses at all porformances yesterday
and last night. The novel feature ot
giving away a free $15 Merry Widow
hat has been drawlng the ladies to thls
popular littlo playhouse In great num?
bers. There wero seven performaneesl
yesterday, beginning at 2:15 P. M.
_en Grect Comlng.
Wlth his admlrable company of Woodland
players. Ben Greet wlll reach Rlchmond on
Sunday from tho Unlverslty of Vlrginia.
where hls company plays Saturday on tho
lawn botween the rotunda and tho chapel,
a perfect slto for an outdoor porformance,
bm not moro so than tho Van Low lawn,
where the Rlchmond peiformances wlll tako
placo un Monday.
Mr. (Ireot and hls piar*rs are extremely
popular here. and largo audiences wlll no
ilcubt be present both at tbe matlnee and
nlght entertalnments.
To seo Shakespearcnn cnmedles played on
the green award by a competent company
Is an opportunlty which nelther tjio young
no.- the old should allow to escape.
Cfjurcf) Jfoticc^
METHODIS^V ?
BROAD STREET METHODIST CHURCH
(Enst Brond and North Tenth Streets)?
Rev. Dr. GILBV C. KELLY, pastor. Sun?
day School 0:30 A. M. Publlc w-orshlp 11
A. M. and S P. M. Mldweek servico Wed?
nesday .1 P. M. i
UNION STATION METHODIST CHURCII
(corner Twenty-fourth and N Streets).?
Rev. R. II. POTTS, pastor. Preachlng lt
A. M. bv member of National Conference of
Charities and Correctlon; S IV M. by Rcv.
XX'. E. EDWARDS.
PREACHING AT LAUREL STREET
Church at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. by tho pas?
tor Dr. JAMES IL MOSS. Blblo class 9:36
A. 'M.
BAPTIST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (BROAD AND
Twelfth Streets)?Pastor, Rev. GEO. XV.
McDANIEI.. Preachlng at 11 A. M. by
Rev. MOIIXAY WILLIAMS, and at 3:15 P.
M. bv Rov. Dr. DEVIN'K. Sunday School
(A. W. Patterson. Supt.) 9:30 A. M.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH?DR. W. R.
L. SMITH. pastor.?Preachlng at 11 A. M.
by Dr. BRACKKTT, of the Conference of.
Charltles and Corrcctlon. Preachlng at S:I5
P. M. hy tlio pastor. Sunday School at 9:30
A. M.
GRACE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(corner Graco aud Fousheo Streets)?Rev.
DAV1D M. RAMS.VY, D. D., pastor. Sun
duv School at 9:3U A. M. Preachlng at 11
A. M. by tho Rev. Dr. MACGEORGE, of
New Vork. and at 8:1.1 P. M. the pastor,
Rev. Dr. RAMSAY, will speak on thu sub?
ject "Starting to tho Promlsed Land." Spe
clul revlval services durlng the week.
GROVE AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH?
Rev. W. C. JAMES. D. D., pastor.?Preaeh
Inj. at 11 A. M. and S P. M. hy tho pastor.
THE TABERNACLE* BAPTIST CHURCH
(Grove Avenuo and .Meadow Stroet)?WM.
LOCKIIART BALL, pastor.?Preachlng at
11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Blble School at 9:30
A. M. Prayer-meetlng Wednesday at s P.
M. Everybody welcome.
CHRISTIAr:.
SEVENTH STREET CHRISTIAN
Church.?Preachlng 11 A. M. and 8:13 P. M.
by thc pastor, the Rev. 11. D. C. MACLACH?
LAN. Morning subject, "A Vislting Dele?
gate from the Charities and Correctlons
t-i nventlon"; subject nt nlght. "Forrlng Pas
sugo to Jesus." Sunday School 9:30 A. M.
C. W. Throckmorton, Supt.
MARSHALL STREET CHRISTIAN
Church?Rev. li. 11. MELTON, paslor_
Blble School at 9:30. Dlvlne worship, with
s-i mon hy the pastor, at 11 A. 51. Tho
coiumuiilon service and welcome to now
members wlll follow the sormon. At S:15
V. M. tlu; Rev. OEORGE L. SEH.ON. of, Ken
tuoky, wlll preach.
PKESBYTERIAN.
FIRST PRESBYTBRIAN CHURCH (COR..
nor Grace nnd Madlson Streets)?F. T. Ilc
FADEN, D. D.. pastor.?Services at 11 A. M.
anil S P, M. Preachlng by the pastor. Sun?
day School at 9:30 A. M. Mldweek scrvlca
Wednesday at S P. M.
SECOND PRESBYTBRIAN CHURCH?
Tho pastor, Rev. RUSSELL CEC1L, D, D.
wll! preach at both tho inornins und evonlnjj
seivicos?morning at ll A, M. anj evenlng
ul s P. M. All aro cordlally invited to be
present at these sorvlces.
SERVICES AT ORACE STREET PRE5
byteriun Church at 11 A. M. and S P. M.,
conducted by the pastor, Rev. JERE WITH?
ERSPOON, D. D.
CHURCH OF THE COV'ENANT?REV. J.
CALVIN STEWART, D. U., pastor.?Dlvino
services to-morrow at 11 A. M. and S p. JI.,
coriducted hy the pastor. Praver servico
Wednesday at S P. M. All welcome,
LUTHERAN.
FIRST ENGLISH EVANGELICAL LU
th. inn Church iSoventh und tirace. Streot*)
-~.l. J. SCHERER, JR., pastor.?Sabbaib,
School and preachlng at 9;30 and U A. M.j
respectlvely; Luthor League 7 P. 1J... S V. M..
Veapor servlce, subject ot sormon. "Youthful
IL.i-ul.-m."
CHRISTIAN RCIENCE.
REGUUA : SEHVICES OF FIRST CHURCH
ot Chrlst. Seiontist. wlll bo held tQ-morrow
morning ln church odlfice (corner Park
Avenue nnd Meadow Street) at ll o'clock;
subject, "Adam aud Pallen Man." W?d."
ncsUay ovenlng testlmony aml experl eiio
j inei Uut "i 5:30. Tho madlng-room ts lu
] cated ln ihe Chamber of Commerce Bullil
ina and ls open evny day I'tvm 10 tllt 2.
I aii ur* cordlally Invited,
L'NITARIAN.
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH (COtlKSft
Kic v.i Avenue an,i Harrlson Btreet),?Rev;
I A. U. PETTINCILL, of Portland, Me., d?l??
I gtue to. chaliles and Correctlon Conference.
wlll preach ut ll A, 51.: nubject, "Llfo."
[sunday Si-uuoJ al 10 A, Mv

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