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O.S'H CflNT A WORO. 3-.oat ann jTounD. ^ LoifrrXaijvV ' kx.ickt'iJo'o.-, - C.ON i.iinlug ._ i. noln. olther un Cluy fjtro.t cnr 01 on ilructi Btroet, botween M.V.htll nnd Centenary Churcli. Flnd ^ Or roiuin t.-i f.<jI North Twoiity-soeoiiil .is Mtrcel nnd fecelv. ruwnrd. _JfrYKI., A HCOTCH Ci.ll.I_lK, IIALK grown, fi.rti-.lo; "CUble;" dnrk tnu, wllh whlte liinrkliigH. ReWltrd It !u luiiiL-il to l-ARRIHON'S DRUG HTOHE, I'liltoii. 'I'liono *JUl. _ bT11AVI.Ii," FROM 1TNORTI1 IIAU111 .?".III, lilnclc.colllu dog; answers to iinin. ol Major. . ReWftrtl If left nt above td irrata. 0. E. I.UETIUCH. #c.p _wfl.aiu_.ti, itinie. WANTED, I.UU Li. o. .UUIV, ABLE Uooitu. uiiiiiiuiica nitn, out wnen ugos of j. .mi) 36; cui/eiiH ut oini':iJ ritni..M, ot guou Vlmiuuier und tomporatu litto lli*, wno c.ui speaK, ruuil and writ jaiiglujii. for iritorihat.bn tipply i it-ui'iiiting uincer, __.?. m.i broau bt., Rtcliiiiond, Va., or Coluuiblu Uulldlng, li.i.iii.y .st., Noriolli, v a. _j_ WANTl.I., A \\ lil'l'l. .MAN," HU'JtV.11 or Mcuirtlinuvlun .preferred, to care for two horses, two cov.h antl garden nntl feetteriil worit; no fiinnlng; good referetice.. feq'ulred. Address iiiK.i, 11. ar. smith, winittinBbtirg.'ya; WANTED, RtJoiSTEltEtJ PHARMa" clHt. must bo u. man ot good hablts and a hu_(tler; rel'oroiiccs requlred. Addresa monticello 1'Harmacv, Norfolk, Va. RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS '__.RE wanted! examination m Iticiunond .ind muny otlier citles Muy 16th. Purtl-. ulara free. Wrlte at once. SI'l.lNG MKLD SCHOOL FOR MAIL SER V1CE, Sprlngfleld, Mass._ ANY . INTELLIOENT PERSON MAY mrn good Income corresponding for it-wspupera; exp ..rlence unneceusary. No car.vasslng. .a*ind for particulars. PRESS SYNDICAl'E, Box -17, Lock port, N. Y._ WANTEt>r~RA1L.VAY MAIL X.LERKS. ?Commencement salary |.O0. March oxaMlnutlons. ' Preparatlon free. Wrlto Immedlately. FRANKLIN IN? STITUTE, Rochester, N. Y._ .VANTED, RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS. Coiunicnconieiil salary js... March examlnatlons. Preparatlon free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Rochester, N. Y._ .WANTED AT ONCE, THOROUGHLY (upnl.li: man to tako chargo of gen , eral ij.crcliandise store; must have best of references'; no drlnklng rnan lieud apply. MATHEWS-CUKTiS CO., Lee Hall. Va._ 1 MADE 160,000 _N FIVE YEARS IN tlie mail order Uuslnosa; began wiu. J5. Any one can do the work at home ln spare** tlnic. Send for my freo booklet. Tella bow to get start . ed. HEACOCK, Box 746, Lockport, N. Y. _ TWO EXPERIENCED FARM HANDS who can glve good referenee.. Wrlte nt once. Address B 'J.l, care Tlnies LMspatcbi. SvANTICD,"FULL REgYsTEhTzD DRL'G glHt or rcglHtered asslstant. Apply to CHESTNUT AVKNI'E PHARMaUi l'u.. INC, Newport News. Vh. ? SVANTKL-, A' SlH.iKMAk.Elt-AND RE palror, at Crozet, Va. WAN'f_5D, A ~Rlio7i_TERE__ DRUCf glst; man of good hablts; referenee reqiilrrd. Apply to DRUG STORE. I'.nc Postmaster, Slilpman, Va. .van rkl>. iT"oNCj*_rXN~AL..-Roul*a} archltecturai draught.'iuan; good po Kltlon j<?r tho riglit party. AdJrc-i.i I, 6S0. i-art* Tim .--Dlspatch. WA.vn.n, TWO iti'.i;is-r;:i.i:i. PHAB iii'icl. t?. Apply, \>llh reteren.-ea, io l-Ll.ROW. MARTIN __ COMPANY, INC. 2''- Maln .Street,.Norfolk, Va. i&ittiatjMff Wlantttj, itMe. ilA.N. GOC-'? EXPICUIenced' farm linnd, wants posltion on larm; m., wlfo to do genoral housework. Ad tlrefls 1) i.C. care Tlmes-lJlMpatcli. W VNT..1 >,"* POsFr'lON-AS~FARM MA.N uger or asslstant; atork farm pre i?-?tic*il; undorstands ca'rlng fur stock of ull klnds: best referenee, Address B., S'.'l Nortli Twenty-seventh Street, Richmond, \'h. YUl'NG MAN. EXPERIENCED IN WIN dow trimming and decorating, also Imokkeepltig and salesman In dry goods store, deslre;* posltion: sober, - rellable; good references. Addresa .1 649, care TImcs-Dispatcli. WANTED. i-^SiriON Bi SOBEH yoiiug man as steam engineer, In small plant, or flrem.in in Iorgc plant. Address A. M. KOI1LS, can Gllbert'.. Hotel. Richmond, Va. _?OSfT76x'-WANTED BY UP-TO-DATK and competent advertising man, witli a thorough knowledge of crcdits .in. collectlous. Address ADVERTISE R earo Tlmes-Dlspatch. Wanted, position by a young man as clerk In grocery store. ln any clty, wlth three years' experlence can furnlsh references. S. J. COLO. 618 North Maln Street. Danvllle. Va ..VANTED, BY YOTJNG MAN. TWEN ty-fotrr years of age, posltion of any kind; referenee furnlshed; salary $C or $(. per week. Address G 409, ca,re Tlmes-Dlspatch. .WANTED, POSITION AS ENGINEEU of some plant; ten years' exporience ? wlth engines and boilers; also mn* chinlst by trade; can furnlsh best ol references. Address G 490, cart Tlmes-Dlspatch._ WANTED, I3Y MAN. TWENTY-ON'l* years old, posltion as travellng sales? man for some good company. Cai: furnlBh references. Address H 307 care Tlmes-Dlspatch. ? . ?** AKY INT_3I_L-a-5NT^I_R_wr^__^ earn good income correspom'ing foi newspapers; experlence unnecessary. No canva&sing. Send for _.->"..eulars, PRESS SYNDICATE. Box 735. Lock port, N. Y. GIRLS WANTED AT ONCE; EXPEl.f - enced cigar rollors and ounch-mtikere . Can make from $7 to J10 por week Apply WHITLOCK BRANCH. Twtn . ty-thlrd and Cary fetreats, Richmond Va. WANTED, YOUNG COLORED GIRL!: of good character for llght manufac? turing work; good hours and steady employment; wlll bo paid whlle lcarulng. Apply at once to 516 Nortl ? Twelfth Stroet._ WHITE FEMALE DOMESTICS OFANV kind are promptly secured posltions j freo of any charge, >in nlce homes earning hlgh wages. Wrlte at once E -120, care Tlmes-Dispatch._ !vTRGINIA EMPLOYMENT BUREAU LTD. 208, Bank ot Richmond Bulld? lng. Help wanted; flrst-class whlt. doinestics and other female help.. .Working . housekeepeTl reli* able, not afraid of work; give rofer* onces. 'Addross D 301, earo Tlmes Dlspatch._jV: _ Wanted. experienced cook referencet requlred. 825 West Grace Street. / ' WANTED. GOOD COOK . TO ROOM ON promlses. jiQS Park )!.venue._ BOARDERS WANTED; FRONT PAR lor antl rborh to share wlth younf lady. 723 West Maln._ D K.L I Ul? TFUL -RQOMS AND EiSJED liint tuble board. 210 East Gract Street. _-flattjorjftent. gl.f?l-Nr)' FI.a"t""o.F FOUR ROOM uM prlvate bath; no chlldren , mmjfto .i_.-I.ust Clay, Stieet, , Ap WANT ONI3 CBNT A JVOIU... foitrntionn Wiantttip j?emale^ la i-v srwS.K;11a'pji i.r"mSsihS&IpO' Hltlon; two years' experiouce; best rnferenei..., Address II 611, earo TlmcH-lJlsputcli. WIIITB; GIRL, FOREIGN DESCENT, bi*?t reforci-ces, wan^s posltion to du nny kind of housework. Address E '12b, care TlmeH-DIspatch. ^imtlonti.J^tott^nal^ COLLEGE aRADUATEi?YDuNO MAN, experlenced ns teacher and prlnclpni, deslres rfehool work. Address H 606, care Tlmes-Dfspntcli. ?Rooms. fov %nt^_ ONE OU"t\vo ' LAROB/ CONNECTING tooms; elcgnnt for artists or pfofei sloiial men. Call at CRA1G ART CO., 11 r> East Broad Stroet. ._ Ix'RNl.S. Fi.d" OIT U N FURN IS U ED heated ropma; single or adjolnlng. 'Phone No. 61.72;_ Fbft llKNT. FURNISHED HINOLK room. 1. North Slxth Streot, between -Franklin ond. Maln. ". I_ ROOMST'OR ItENT, WITH OR WITH put board, on West Avonue; prlvate family, 'Phone* 7.",ii0. FURNIHIIKI. ROOMftr?FOR LIGHT housekouping. _ 700_ East Marshall. hall" room and" ONE LARGE room". 81-1-Eust Clay. Uath and 'phone. ftooms .1__.an.e0. SJs"oa-T.wo',i_A__bB. sized rooms, wlth prlvate cntranco, for ladies' cluo. Address li 304. care Tlmes-Dlspatc.1. jror _?ale. JUST TRY NO. 1 FOR COLDS AND Grip. lt cures ln a day without any unpleasant effects. All of- our "SPlv ClAL HOME REMEDIES'' alwuyi Ii-.-ii and aqtlve; _. cents bacli. RICHMOND HOMEOPATHIC PHAR? MACY, 601 East Malu btreeL OUR ' "RAVEN BRAND" OLIVE OIL and Grape Julcc nave grown lamous for thelr purlty. Uso no other for medicinal purpose.. RICHMOND HOMEOPATHIC BHAKMAUY, 6U1 East Malu. 4? ?RAVEN BRAND" GRAPE JU1CE, AB* solulely pure; the very best lu **.ck ness or as beveiage. RICHMOND HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY. IMPORTANT NOTICE.?I HAVE FOtt sale cheap, one horse, ono tnule, two dump carts. one top buggy, one su. rey, whtiili can be had at a bargain lo quick cash buyer. Apply or addrc.s Room ... Ebol Building, between 1 and 11 A. M._ POR SALE! ONE GROCERY WAGON $45; ono grocery wagon, 165; one Dayton wagon, $_!0; ono surrey, fXS; one top buggy, yio; one doctor'a bug gj*, $75; one surrey, $75; newly paiut* ed. wlth pole* and shaft**. T. H. DUKE ?Si CO.. 801 Brook Avenue._ FOR SALi:, KUK V.'ANT_OF~USE. ONE thlrty-horse return tubular bollcr; Aines iron Works make; has been used very llttle, and is ln flrst-class condition. ATLANTIC VARNl.Stl WORKS._ 3,__F~FEE~T WELL LIGIITED SPACE for storage. dry, electric elevator, trackage; exceptlonal opportunity. Address Box 694. clty._ ASK ~YOUR GROCER FOR SMITH? FIELD SAUSAGE_._ItJs tho best._ fop, Sale:?we have too many ?wagons ln stoek; we hnve cut all prices. und now ls your tlme to buy. A. MEYER'S bONS. 120 South Elgluh StreoL FOR SALE, TWO CYL1NDER BUICK, llve-passengcr, ln flrst-class orticr. ^.IZ'li West Clay Street, Richmond, Va. AC TOM OB1 LE M EN, ATT ENT ION7~F OR sale, a beautiful fur-lined coat, Per slan lamb collar, broadcioth outside; great bargain. Address K 598, care Times-Dispatch. FOR' SALE, DRUG STORE.?WISIIING to retlre from buslness, 1 offer for sale my drug store at Chester, Va.. a growlng town. S. E. RICHARD? SON._ FOR-SALE, GILTSEDGE NOTE FOR $500; secured by trust deed; will glv*s rcasonable dlscount. EZRA GOINGS, 315 Gove.rtior Street. _R_al ?5tate forj&ale^. frAIlJls. AN'IJ TlMBEI. LV_NDS~AT. lowest prices on easy torms; greatest bargains ln Virginiu Wrlte for cat alogue. Address J. R. ELAM, Char? lottesvllle, Va. R E FOR SAL E... BEAUTIFUL LITTLE SIX-ROOM bricfcswlth bay window; Park Street, near Grove, at a bargain. MEREDlTH ?fe-COOKE. 1111 East Main._ EIGHT-ROOM BRICK. CORNER MAIN and Harvle. Call and see us about the price, and you wlll be Interesteit. MEREDlTH & COOKE, -"1111 Eaat Maln._ FOR. SALE, VALUABLE HOTEL . property, with llvery stablo on lot. Apply to Box C. Waverly, Va._ -_^!_!-^i5^ali^!!_-L__ FOR RENT, FURNISHED HOUSE; 1M mediato occupancy; near unlvorslty. Apply MRS. C. E. McMURDO, Char? lottesvllle^ Va. want1._T^ena"nt FOffLARCE FUIU -ilshed 'house, wlth boarders. Art dress L 616, care Tlmos-Dlspatch. ^Bufi.nefis. OPppoi'tunttiefli. A FII?j_r?NVsis?EN^^ most promlnent business men of Nor? folk nre now forming a coinpatry to buy a flno tract of suburban proper? ly nnd develop samo Into lots, lt Is deslred to get the'iiames of ton more subscribers wlio will go ? Into :tho compuny on tha samo equal basls. Thls Investment is tho finest over of? fered around Norfolk, and wlll suro ly show largo returns. Lots wlll* bo glven ln feo slmplo to cover your 'stock subscription. Tho propositlon is open to tho very strlctest investi ; gatlon from every viewpolnt. For \ full information address XV. S, MAT ,. THEWS, National Bank of Commerce ' Building. Norfolk. Va. wanted. TO SELL A WHOLE OR lia.f Interest in a well' equtpped woodworklng manufacturing plant, located in a good town. Full par? ticulars furnlshed to any ono serl < ously Interested. . Address L 37, care Tlmes-Dispatch. ONE THAT CAN USE A TYPEWRITER and has $250 in cash can secure au established buslness; worked at nlght 9 to 12:30, Address G., P. O. Box 206, WANTED, PARTNER WITH $600~AND servlces (if possible)"to extend legltl mate and very luorative buslness, Address D 401, care Times-Dispatch. 8_!HKl."3^ POR- SALE, TKCBEHS THOROUGHl-Rl.D Shepherd male pupploa; prlco $5 eauli, ?'ii Address JOHN G. LEWIS, llowards .vllle; Va. FOR SALE, FINE HOLSTEIN JERSEY cow; gooa mlllter. 'Phone/.063, WANT O..I3 CRNT A WOIID, <Z3.a-i._-i. ^i*5Tl1fii'C''posrrH?N isv 'a""a'abV, sobor aiul rellable fltaatp englnoorl havo had twelvo years* practical ux perlotico wlth steam trnctlon, slatioii ary antl holstlng onglnen, Addross F. B, KOHLH, care Gilbert's Hotel. Richmond, Va. i i a vi.""" yoTi ~a grocery in ri.si detitlnl dlstrlct you wlsh to sell cheap? Addross II 508, cara Tlmes Dispatch, nt once. l_A.V_--.irOU a iTesT'caTi RANT?YbtJ wlsh lo sell cheap',' Addresa E 427, caru Tlmes-Dlspatch, nt once. Coal ant* d(t(ooo. t2r7r.^ON'E-IIALFCOiaJIH-:STORKill.XL plne or* oak, split, ready for stovo. ?Phono 3426. 80UTHSIDE WOOD AND COAL YARD. DON'T FAIL TO GET ONE OF THEIR beautiful caletiC.trs and wall pocket wo aro giving freo wlth each one half cord "order ot wood. We guar? antee thls wood to suit. No charg. for spllttlng._[Phone 3426._ *Ul! HK.11-GR..DI; FUEL AT "POPIJ lar prices ls cheaper than a low grade artlcle at cut prices; more often tho grade is even cheaper tltdn tho prlce. Glve ns a trlal order nntl we wlll' demonstrato the fact. QUARLES St WINOPIELD, Reliablo Coal Dealers _ WB ARE HfiADQUAKTBRS FOR THE original thln bark, easy to split wood. It plcasos our customers. lf you have not trled it, 'phono for a sample load. Any length, any :itze, to suit; our coal Is free burning. ?PHoho 6913. NORTH CAROLINA WOOD AS'D COAL CO._ BVE ARE UNLOADING LARGE LO'tS ot wood; for a few days wlll sell hnlf cord Seasoned sawed pino, oak or mlxed, per half cord, $2.75. Thi.i wood eotnes dlrect fntnn our foro*t to you. No mlddleir.an's proflt. Best grades of coal at lowest prices. GILL; BROS. 'Phones 3 .3 and 67.. r^otiui. WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that JAIINKK BROS., Jcwelers, 012 East Main Street, buy, sell, excliango and remount diamonds ln the latest styles. Old gold und silver taken ,11 exchanfee._?- __ WE ABE PREPARED TO GIVE LOW est flgures on the new dry eloset adopted by the Board or Health. BIALKOWSKI BROS., Builders and LUmber '.Dealers, Twentleth and Streets. 'Phono 6077._ PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF repalr work nnd painting promptly. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CU., ll-U-15 Nortli Elghteenth._ 3KATES HOLLOW "GROUND WHILE you walt. BlCKF.RSTAFF.J8n East Maln. _p_rsc.in._i. wood wo dellver your nelghbor; $2.75 per half cord, for ton days only; saw? ed oak, pine or mlxed. Best grade of domestic coals, at lowest prices. 'Phones 365 and 67'.. GILL BROS._ LET 'UB E8TIMATE ON YOUR WORK. BIALKOWSKI BROS'., Contractors and Builders; dealers in lumber, latlis, etc; mlll work. Twentleth and U Streets. 'Phone G077._ HUMAN IIAllT~B_iUC*HT AND SOLD at HUC-HKSS. _.L' North Thlrd. itasceuaneous. ""funeral d'iuect6r_C~ < WHY I'AY MORE WHEN WE WILL furnlsh for $75 what the undertaker3' trust ask $1_:5 for? They don't like for us to tell the- people theso facts. That Is why they are flghtlng us. We have sumetiilng Interesting to tell you about trust prices. RICU MOND BURIAL CO, 114 North Seventh Street. 'Phone 52.2._ S"H61-"_SPATRI-.'Gr BEST LEATHER; ALL WORK GUAR? ANTEED. MEN'S SOLES, SEWED, 6.C. MEN'S SOLLS, NAILED, _5C. LADIES' SOL.JS SEWED, 50C. LADIES' SOLLS, NAILED, 3SC. HEELS, 1DC. AND ioO. RICHMOND, SHGIS REPAIRING CO., _17ia EAST MAIN. 'PHONE 49.8._ OPTICIAN& OFTEN YOC MUST GO WRONG TO DO right. When your eyes au wrong go to Dr. H. BREITSTKLS, Optlclan, I18 East Broad; tbo wrong slue of Broad Street?tho right. placo to have your eyes examlneu and glassos fllled. Consultation tre.. Pr.-cnpUon work a speclalty._?__ 'ELECTRIC RUBBER FIX. WE FIX ALL KINDS OF RUBBER goods, coals, wator bags, footba'ls, etc. Boots, half soled, 75c; hooled, _Uc: patches, 15c up. Rubber over shoes repalrcd. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phone 2667. _ : "BLACK GUM" LEATHER. WATERPROOF, WEARPROOF; SOME thing now; just tbe thing if you don't want to wear rubbers; men's half soles, "black gum." $1; men's half soles, whlte oak, 75c. Every pair sewed. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY', 716 East Maln Street. Phone 2667. _. FLORIST. FUNERAL DESIGNS. $1 TO $3. M. A. W'HITTY, _ ~ MONEY TO LOAN, LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON' DIA monds and watchcs; special ratos on large loans. JACOBS'S LOAN OF FICE, 218 North Ninth._ ~~ PURE FOOD. IF YOU TASTE IT THIS MORNING you'll bo requostlng lt to-morrow. What? Why; Taylor's Pork Roll, ot course. All green grocors und meat cutters, or 'phone P. A. 1IE1NDL & CO."| Commisslon MerchantB, Whole? sale Dlstributors. _ EDUCATIONAL. YOUNG NATIVE GERMAN GENTLE man wants pupils fo? music, Latln, . French, German and goneral school work, coachlng; hlghost rct'orencos; very moderate terms. RUBI-IRMUND'S, 2021 West Grace._ _ * ~GROCERIES' AND FE ED. M. J. MUSSEN'S SON, 8 AND 10 NORTH Elghteenth; groceries, feed and rock salt for horses and cattle. 'Phone 3326. _ _ ?20-_Bg .1 1 . . " "I THE MILLER FUND. Commonwealth of Virginia, Socond Audltor's OfUee. Richmond, Vn.. Dec. Sl. 1908. His Excelloncy, Claude A. Swanson, Governor of Virginia; Slr,?Under the provlslon of the wlll of Samuel Millor, deceased, for the establlshment and perpetual support of a Bchool on the manual-labor prlnclple, on a tract of land in the county of Albomarle, and the act of Assembly of February 24, 1874, entltled "An act to glve effect to a compromlse of tho lltl? gatlon ln respect to tho constructlon and effect of tho wlll ot Samuel Mlller, deceased,' and to establlsh tho manual labor school provided for in the tweny Ilfth olause of sald wlll," "it ls made the duty of the Second Auditor to open and keop a soparate account of tho fund glvon- ln trust for tho abovo purposo, to be denominntod the Mlller Fund, and annually on the 8lst of December to mako antl ronder a truo and accttrato account of tho fund, showing illstlnct ly and in deinll tho recolpts..and dls btirsomeats on account of tho samo durlng tho yoar immedlately preced? ing, 11 copy of whlch account, verified by tho oath of tlie Second Auditor, is requlred to' be dellvered to tlie Goy.?. tpnor. to bo by hlm Inld liororo th. L-OglHlaJLtim; antl aiiolhnr copy thero >r, vrrincd in llko mahner, to ba puii llshi'd fnr oun month in two ncWs _a|inrs?ono prlnted ln the town of .'lnifloUefivlllo nnd tho other lu tho .Hy of Rlohmond." In <l!..chargo ot thls duty I havo Ilm lionor to present tlio following i-at.mot.ts / ? Receipts nnd fltsbtlrscmerttB on ne .ount of tlie Income oC the /uml for ;ho year 3 908: RECEIPTS? liing. ? , ranuary 2?Inter? est for six months to Janunry 1, 11)08, ou $1,04.. H68.40 0 nntl . pet cent. reglstered certlflcates, Is- > HUed utitler act of ? February 2.1, 18!?2.$ao,5D.1 05 ruly 1?Ditto to July 1, 190., on oltto . 30,59.1 or, .onuary 2?Interest for six months to .lanuary 1, 190.S, on .21,400 3 per cent. reglstered bonds, Issued un? der act of Pebru ary 20, 1892. 821 00 ruly 1?Ditto to ?luly I, 1908, on .21,100 . 321 no -$'II.1R_ 50 ranuary 2?Interest for six: months to January 1, 1908, on $.75,000 Rich? mond Clty . por cent. rcglstcred bondfl . 1,500 oo ruly 1?Ditto to ; July 1, 1908, on I Richmond Ci t v bonds, $75,000, ?! per cent. Interest 1 ,.",00 00 612 00 ,Iay 3?Interest for r a 1 x months to May 1, 1908. on $70,000 6 per cent. reglstered bonds bt Vlrglnln Agrlcultural and Meohanloal Col? lege und Poly techhlc Institute. 1,750 00 ?.ovomhor 8?Ditto lo November 1, 1908 . 1.750 nn lanuary 2?Interest on Cbnrlottcsvllle Clty -1._ per cent. bonds, $140,000, to July 1, 1908. . 3,150 00 luly 1?Ditto to July 1. 1908, on ditto . 3,150 oo .'ebruarv 1?Inter? est on $70,000 4 per cent. Lynch? burg City bonds for six months.. 1,400 00 __.ua.ust 1?Ditto to AtlgUSt T, 1308, on ditto . 1,400 00 3,500 00 C.300 00 lanuary 2?Ditto ?* to Janttary lst on $27,000 . 540 to Tulv 1?Ditto on $27,000, ditto ... 540 00 1,080 00 August 3?-.21,-00 Century bonds sold for cash. 19.420 50 Intercst on money deposlted in the Planters National Bank from December 31. 1907, to December 31, 1908. Balance December 31, 1907.. DISBURSEMENTS?1908 On orders of the County Court of Albemarle, and approved by the Board of Education: January 2 ? To R. 11. Fulton, Super? lntendent of the Miller Manual Labor School of Albemarle, for current and otlner expenses . $6,901 10 January 8?Ditto.. 6.740 75 Februarv 3?Ditto. 6,365 46 March 3?Ditto_ 5,396 05 April 7?Ditto. 6,370 IR May 7?Ditto _ 6,271 7(1 Julv 1?Ditto .... 6,634 16 July 13?Ditto ... 450 00 July 13?Ditto - 5.291 62 August 4?Ditto... 3.S42 72 Sept. 9?Ditto. 4,350-46 October 7-*-DJtto.. 8,536 fil Nov. 5?Dltt... 8,205 67 Dec. S?Ditto. 891 24 ______ -$7C,250 96 januarv 10?To XV. I_ Mau? pln, Vlerk, Charlottesvllle. Va., for work for Mlller Manual Labor School , of Albemarle to January 1, 190S .?? Januarv 10?To notary pub? lic for taklng tho acknowl edgement of John G. Dew. Second Auditor, and socre? tary of the Mlller Board, t.o hls report of the Miller Fund for tho year 1907... ?>? Februarv 3?To Nows Leader - for publishlng report for 1907 .???? 61 60 February 14?To Dally Pro? gress. of Charlottesvllle, ___ ditto . ,D 00 Octobec '..-?Express on Charlottesvllle bonds. 3 oo Januarv 15?To John G. Dew. Secoiid Auditor, for pay? ment of 1 por cent. duo hlm, as provided in Sam? uel Miller's will, on $13.- .. cg .t 03 .? 138 J4 March 3?On ". _2.S17.05. 128 17 Juno 1?On $12,770.10. 127 70 July 15?On $12,503.47. l\-l 03 September 16-On $9,017.71.. 90 IS November 16?On $16.835.67.. 168 3_ Brokerage on bonds pur chased .80 00 To C TI. Walker, treasuror, for' $20,000 Charlottesvllle city bonds and $100 ac- _____ __ crued intercst.... 20,120 00 Balance January 1. 1909. 1*9 97 $98,313 84 04 SECURITIES BELONGING TO THE MILLER FUND. Tho following Is a statement of the securltles belonging to the Miller Fund ln the custody of the Second Auditor: Virginia certlflcates. regls? tered. Issued under act of February 23. 1802. bearlng 6 per cent. on $969,568.49 and * Per cent. Intercst on $75,300 to January, 1909, and 5 por cent. Interest there after .$1,044,86$ 49 Lvnchburg city reglstered bonds, bearlng interest at tho rate of -l per cent. per annum. 97,000 00 Charlottesvllle clty bonds (coupon). bearlng Inter? est at the rato of 4V_ per cent per.annum. 160,000 00 Richmond city bonds. bear? lng intrest at tho rate of 4 per cent. per annum (registerer}) . 76,000 0C Virginia Agriculturnl and Meclianlcal College nnd Polytechnlc Institute 107 40 5 por cont. non-taxa ble building and equlp? ment bonds. 70,000 Ot '.1,446,868 11 1 1( On whlch an annual inter ' cst may be relled on ot 78,76 It wlll be seen by the statement 01 receipts and disbursements on accounl of Income that there ls ln the treasur. to the credlt of tho fund, ln cash, foi malntenance and nupport of the school Decembor 81, 190S. $149.07. ,--" Respoctfully submltted, JOHN G. DEW. Seoond Auditor of Virginia and Secre? tary of the Board of tho Mlllei Manual Labor School, of Albemarle State of Virginia, Clty of Rlohmond to-wit: I, Job, Le Masurier, a notary publlc for the olty aforesaid, and ln tne.St_.t< of Vlrglnln, do certlfy that John G Dew, Second Auditor of Virginia ant ox-ofllclo sooretary of the Mlller Man? ual Labor School, oC Albemarle, whos< name ls slgned to the foregolng report has acknowledged thls same before me and has mado oath that lho statonienti contalned ln tho snld report aro tru< to tho best4of hls knowledge and be Uof. Glven undor my hand thls 7th duy oi .Tanuary, 1009. JOS. LE MASURIER. Notary Public. My commisslon explr.u February 16 1909, 3_.nltroat.s5. Southern Railway. TRAIN!. LBAVt. 1UCHMOND. tl. B.?I'ollowlns H_ho<liii?) flRui-H pnb llalioO only as Itiformnll.n nnd ara not Htinranteed: ?tiilO A. BI.? Dully?t.ocnl fnr Cfiarlotlr-. 11:00 A, BI.?Dally?MnAcd?Buffct Jirollor lo Atlanta aiul UlrmliiKiiBut, Now Orleans, Memplila, i.hattmioogn, nnil all tlie South, Througll coacii for CIibkb Clty, Oxford, Durhnm. .:0fl I'. RI,?-Ex. Huntluy?Iv.yHvlllo Local. 12:30 A. M.?Dallv?Llmltod Pullman ready 9:30 I'. M. lor all the Houth. -OIIIC HIVKIC LINE. I 4:30 P. BI.?Bx, Suntlaj?To Wost Polnt?< connoctlng for Biltlmora .Monday, .Veilnesdiiy aiul Prldsy, 2:15 I'. M,?Blondny, Weilncaday nnd Frl / . day?Loonl to Wost l'oltit. I' 1:30 A. Jl.?Ex, aunduy?Local to West Tolrit. TRAINS ARRIVE RICIIMONU. From tlio South: 7:00 A. M? D:3t P. ai., '. dally (Expreaa). ! 8:40 A. M., E*. Sunday, 4:10 l'. M., dally ; (l.ccall. From West Polnt: 9:20 A. M? dally, 30:43 A, 31., .VoJ. nnd Frl.; 5:15 V, M? Ex. -iur.day. ... E. BUI.Gf.88. D. P.' A? 920 f. M-lM St. IMmno 4..-,. i Ricimontl, Fredericlcsli'fi: & Potomac R.R SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE' 1AN. 4,1909. i TO AND FROM WASHIN0 TON AND BEYOND T.oavo Ttlclimond \..2(>A.JI. nyrdSt.Hla. '.'..Il) A.M. Muln Sl.Sla. l'"0.B. A.M. Byrd St.Sls. .*";..'_ A.M. Maln St.Sta. *H.II) A.M. Ilyrd SI.KIii. 118.01 P.M. Byrd Ht. Sti tl.Ol)P.M. Byrd Sl. sm (l.ir, I'.M. Kllia Statlon ?.. .1.1 P.M. Maln St. Sta ?S.-O I'.M. Ilyrd St. Sta. Arrlvo Illohrnontl *J...tl A.M. ByrdSt.Sta t8.2_A.31. BjrdSt.Sla. 311..!.-. A.M. lill-aStallnn ?18.15 P.JI.MlIn St.Sta. ?... I'.M.ByrdSi.Sta. ?7.10 i'.M.ByrdSt.Sta. ?'J.iin I'.M.I'.?rd St.Sta. 110.21)]'.M.Miln St.Sta. ?10.4.'. I'.M. Maln St.Sta. tli 1.811 P.M.IIyrd St.Sta. ASHLAND ACCOMMODATIONS-WEEKDAYS. I,ostbElba fitatlon-7.15 A.M.,I.4.' I'.M.,6.30 I'.M ..ri_TeI.ll-_8__-_on-0.40A.ll., 10.40 A.M..5.40PM "Daily. tWeekdayi. .Sundays only. * Dai;y except Monday. All trains to or from Byid . Street Statlon stop at Blba. Time of arrivala and departh-res not guaranteed. Read the sicns. j . AU Pullman cars, na local atops. Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE JANUARY .1, 1909. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY, For Florida and .South: X:15 A. M. nnd 7:2. P. M., ?11:33 P, M. For Norfolk: 1:00 A. il., 3:00 V. M. and G:00 P. IS, For N. & XV. Ry., Weat: 9:00 A. M? 12:10 and n:io v. ar. For Peteraburg: 9:00 A. ar., 12:10, 3:00, ?3:3n p. Jt,, 6:00 P. M.. 9:10 P. M., 7:25 nnd 11:1.. 1". M. For Goldsboro nnd Fayett .vllle: ? 1:30 P. Sl. Tralna arrlved Richmond dally: 5:10, ?"8:48, 7:00 A. M.. '8:35, 11:45 A. M? ???10:45 A. at.; *1:20 V. St? 2:05, 6:50, 8:00 and 8:15 P. Bt. ?Excopt Sunday. ???Except aionday. ? * .Sunday only. Tlmo ot arrlvnl and departures and con nections not guaranteed. C. S. CAMPRELt,. D. P. A. Richmond and Petersburg Electric .Railway Cara leave Manchester, Seventh and Perry Stieets. for rotersburg: ?B. 7, 8, *3. 10, 11. '12 P. at.. 1, 2. "S, 4. 5, ??5:15. "G, 7, 8, ?3. 10 P. at. 11 P. M. for Cheater; 12 mldnight rer Potersburg. Cars leavo Peteraburg, foot Sycamore Strc-ct, ifor Manchester: .:35, ??T:15, *7:..K, S:..3, 9:33, 'IO:...., 11:35 A. M.. 12:35. "1:35, 2:35. 8:35, *4:35. 5:35. _:_5. '7:35, 8:33, 9:35, 'lOMO, 11:40 P, lt. * Carries baggage nnd expreaa. "? Limlted, excopt Sundaya and holldaya. All cars from Peteraburg connoct with cara for Richmond, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 9:00 A. (Fast dally trains to Old Toint. 4:00 P, \ Newport News and Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Unlly, Local to Nowport News. 5-00 P,?Dnily. Loeal to Old I'olnt. 2:00 P. ID.illy. Loulsvllle, Clncinnatl, Chl 11:00 P. 1 rago and St. Louls Pullmans. 8:50 A.?Dally. Ch'vllle, exc. Sun. C. Forge. 5:15 P.?Weak days, Local to G'ville. 10-00 A.?-Dally. L'burjr, Lex., C. Forge. 5-15 P.?Week days. To Lynchburg. TRAINS ARRIVE RICH.MOND. Local from East?8:?3 A. al.. 8:13 P. ai. Througll from East?11:45 A. SI? 7 P. M. Local from West?*8:30 A. M.. 7:45 P. M. Through?7:30 A. Sl. and 2:45 P. M. Jamea River Line??S:35 A. BI., 6:50 P.M. * Dally except Sundny. Norfolk & Western Railway ONLY ALL RAIL LINE IO NORFOLK Schedule In Effect October ll, 1908. Leave Byrd Stroet Statlon, Richmond, Dally: FOR NORFOLK: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. >1. and 6:00 P. M. FOR LYNC'HBUIU' AND THB WEST: 9:00 A. ai., 12:10 P. ai? 9:10 P. at. Arrlvo Richmond: Froin Nor? folk. 11:43 A. M.i 6:50 P, M. From tn. Weat: C:o5 A. lt., 2:05 P. ___ 8:13 P. M. Pullman Parlor and Sleeplng Cara. Cafo Dli.lng Cars. .y_-J3. BEVILL. C. II. BOSLEY, Gen. Pass. Agent. Dlstrlct PasB. Agent, Seaboard Air Line Railway S. Duvles .Ynrflrltl, 15. Lancaster .,'illiam., and K. C. I.iuirnn, Recelvers. SOUTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TO LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norlln*. Ralelgh, Charlotte, Wilmington, 12:25 P. RI.?Slecp e*.s and coaches, Atlanta, Savannah, Jack sorvillc and Florida points. 9:32 P. M.? Florida Limlted. 10:55 P, at.?Sleepers and coaches Savannah, Jacksonvllle. Atlanta, Birmlngham and aiomphla. NORTHBOUND TRAINS SCIIEDULED TO ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY. 5:30 A. RI.. 7:18 A. M? 5:05 P. M.. 5:43 P, M. II. S. LEARD. D. P. A. RlCII-IICO.n ARO C-IESAI-I.AICE IIAY IUILWAY C?>...I-AXY. . "Wlnter aohed-ila of electric tralns lo and from Ashland, stopplng at lutormctllate ata tlons upon algnul. I.v. Richmond (Broad and Laural Sta.): -6:05, "7:10, S:10. 9:10, ??10:10, 11:10 A.M., 1:10, ?2:10, 3:10. 4:10, 5:10,6:20. 7:10, 8:40, ??11:30, *11:4C P. M. Lv. Ash? land: '6:35, ?7. 8, 9, 10. ??!! A. BI.. *12 1... ??1, ?2, .1,,4. 5. 6, 7, 8:30, 10:30 P. RI. ? Daily except Sunday. ?,? Sunday only. ^eamBoatt. Clyde StecHnship Company FHILADELPHTA RICHRfOND AND NORFOLK LINE. Freight recelved and dellvered daily at C & O. Ry. Co.'a . Jepot, Seventeenth' and Broad Streets. H. Iv. WOODF1N, Commer? cial Agent. Clyde Llno Wharf. Phono 510. jt_-.ea._u- $ropo_.n._.. office i?r K. 10, tiavl-i, BtlpeHntentlen., Cltv Wnter Wnrkw, Clty ll.tll, Itlolitiiond, Vn,, .Iiiii. 19, 1009. SI.AI.EI) P_.OI'Gf_lAJjS WIEI, BB Ivt rolv.-.l nt thla offlce untll 5 l>, ht. I-'I.IDA V, .IANUAUY 20, l"n!., fnr lho I'oiii.t i-iiiMlfin of a Illime ?._ rondwlt nhout .?,01)0 foot ln !-tig.h from l.his fhittllng Basln tn tlio N'fW Ptltrtp FJotlHO, tho sitm.. to ho coiinlriictnil mi ? tlio roiiniiiition of ilm present flumo tm ;i bftso, Bftch bldflor mu_t furnlsh Iilnns mul speclflcatldnfl wlth pro? posal; stntlng tho kiml and CharWtor of inatorinl and work propnHOtl, tltno or compietlon of oontroct and stfttlna tho amoiiitt of bond propoMi.il to bu glven for falthful performance nf contract. Bidders should vlslt tho lin? ot work prnpnsed. Bach proposal ..hall ba aceompaitl-il . with n. eertlflcil chock for JBiJO; pay. Hhln lo tho (.'Uy Tiinsi.ii r. Tho iiiini'*. ot tim btdd.r must ho wrll1i:n on the back of proposals. Any furthor infontint lon deslred mn i,e obtalned al the offiee of iho Superlntendent. T'he rlght to reject nny nnd ull blds Is reserved. I.. I_. DAVIS, Hupdrlnt'endont. TIIE SCIIOOIi BOAHD OF1 HIOI11.ANL? I'nrk School Distriot. No, .., ot Ilon rlco county, Vn., wlll sell on JAN I'ARY Uii, 1909, ar. noon, rcgi?tored or coupon school bonds of sald dlstrlct to tho amount of $30,000; bonds dait.il .lanuary I. 1909, and payable thlrty years from thoir dato; sald bonds re deemablo at uny tlmo aftor fivo yoars, nt. option of School Board. Bontlf. oannot ho sold for lefes II911 par nnd interest, ,nnd aro to ho r lion on oll ? school property ot fald dlstrlct. bear? lng intorost st tho rato of 5 per cent., payable senil-aiinually. Blds wlll bo recelved hy tho iinderslFfncd. G. XV. BAHDKB, Chairman, No. 900 E. Broad Rt., Rlohmond, Va. 4i.ee_.ng_.. Home Offlco, 1,1 to Insurance Company of Virginia. P.lchmond. Va. NOTICE Oi-' MEETING OF STOCIv holders.?Tho regular annual meet? lng of the stockholders of the l.lfo Insurance Company of Virginia will bo held at tho offlco of tho company, No. OO'J East Broad Street, ln tho clty of Richmond, Va., at 12:00 o'clock II., WEDNESDAY, .IANUAUY 21, 1309. W. I_ T.ROGERSON. Secrotary. _TT\ .IOHNSON PU BI ,1 Sl II NO"-COM - punv.?The regular aiinunl meetlng of t'he stockholdars of tho B. F. John? son l'ubllsklng Company will bo held at tho offlce.. of tho compiitfy in ihe Clty of Blchmona. Va., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARV _, 1909, at 4 o'clock P. M. E. !_. BELL. Secretary. lanuary 20. 1909._ vrfgTnl'a Stato lnsuranco Company, Richmond, Vn., Jan. 5, 1909. TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE stockholders of this company -"lll be held at tho company's offlco, ..ornor Maln and Flfth Streots, thls c'T, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 2<i, 100J, at 12 o'clock ar. ROBT. I/ECKY, JR., Vlce-Presldent and Secretary. THE ANNUAD MEBT'inO OF THE stockholders of tho Jefferson Realty Corporatlon wlll bo l.eld at tho Jef? ferson Itotol, Richmond, Va., on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1909. at 12 M. O. F. WEISIGER, Secretary. !3^t^-r^or^_0otue.__ ABiTlNISTRATOR'S NOTICE. HAVING Ql.ALTFIED ON JANUARY 18. 1909. ln the Corporatlon-Court ui Manchester, Va., as admlnistrator or the estate of Octavla F. Purks, de? ceased, all persons havlng claims against sald estate wlll please pre? sent same to the undcrsigned, and al persons lndebted to said estate wll please come forjvard and. settle. CHAS. H. COSBY. Admlnistrator Estate of Octavla y Purks, DeceaseM. No. 4211 West Broad Stieet, Rich? mond, Va. o ftttamboaw. LD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. NIGHT LINE FOU NORFOLK. Leavo Richmond every ovenlng (foot Ash Stieet) at 7 P. M., stopplng at Newp.rt News 011 route. Fare, 4-.00 ono way; Jt.OC round trlp, Including stateroom berth; meals, 50 cents. Htreet cars to steumcr'a wharf. FOR NEW YORK Via Nlght Llno . oaniers (except Saturday), mnklng conncctlon ln Norfollc wlth Malr Line Shlp following day ut 7 P. M.; nlsc NoTfolk and Western Ry. at 9 P. M; anc 3 P. M.. and Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. at ! A. M. und 4 P. M., muklng conncctlon dnll} (except Sunday). at Norfolk wlth Muln Llru .Shlp sulllng at 7 P. M. Tickets at O. D Llno Offlco, 803 E. Mnln i-trcet, Rlchmon. Transfer Co? 809 E. Maln Street; Tho Jet feison, Murphy's Hotol. Virginia Navigation Company JAMES RIVER DAY I..NE. STEAMER MOB JACK LEAVES FROl! OLD DOMINION WHARF MONDAY, WED NESDAY and FRIDAY at 7 A. M. for Nor? folk, Portsmouth, Old Polnt, Newport Ne-va Clutemont and James River landlngs, con noctlng at Old Point for Washlngton, Bal tlniore and tho North. Eloctrlo cars dlreo to tho wharf. Tlclcots on salo at Rlchmont Transfer Co? 80D Eaat Maln Street; 808 Eas Maln Street, or on wharf or steamer. Far. lo Norfolk, ono way, $1.25. Round trlp .2.50; secoiid-clnss, $1.00. Meals, 50 contl Frelght rocolved for above-named place and all polnis In Easterr. Virginia. Nortl Cnrollnn. und the East. Merchants and Miners Transporlalion Co Norfolk to Boston, Mass., nmi Providenco, R. I. Steamers loave Norfolk 'for Boston Sun. Tuo. and Fil,: for Provldence Mon., Thui ahd Sut. at 6 P. M. Pas-eugeri and freigh taken for all New England polnts. Tlckot nn sale nt offices C. _. O. Hy.. N. & W. Ry. H. II. Bowman, 808 E, Maln, and Rlch Trans. Co., S09 E. Maln. EGYPT[ 74 DAYS North TOUCHING AT 28 PORTS OF OAJLiti. _ t No ertraa except" alde trlps. Write for O. O. LrFOSSCr Booklet. _ Tlclteta for the crulae. hai'. privilege per CrPftTia.n mUtlng passengers to roturn beforo Au V-?_" ???'?*>? BUgt 1( i909| without e.tra charge, by any of the Bleamahips of the company. OBLIUCHS A CO. General Agenlj 5 ltroiUwnj, New Terk Kurfuersi Lloyd Le_v_ NEW YORK ;Feb. 11, 1909 Holy Land S. H. BOWMAN, 808 Ea?t Main Street, Richmond, Vn. RICHMOND TRANSFER CO., 809 East Main Street, Richmond, Va. "ASK MR. BOWMAN" About Change in European Rates All Transatlantlo lines have again adopted Intermodlate season flrst cabln rates eftectlve as follows: Wlnter rates, August 15th lo March 31nt. lutetniodlato rates, Aprll lst to April 30th. * '.Intorniodiato rates, July Ifitli to Auirtist '35th, Summnr rates, May lst to July liitlu Now ls tlio tlmo to ninl.o your reaervatlons. Get ln ? oiiiuiiinicatlnri wlth "Mr. Bowman," 708 -East Muln Street, Richmond,' Vn.. at once aiul securo bost ucconnnodutlons. TKLEPHONE 5151. ' Daily Court Record. VirR-nhi Court nf Apiieiili. Tim foltovung opinions -w-t-ro handed down ytstordny hy tlio Supreme Cntiit nt Appoalll llr Judg'i James Q, Whlttle; Parks v?. Commouwenlih. From Circult Court of Hcntt county. Itavcrifttl. hy JiiiIro Jnlm A. Iluiilittnan: County of Lotilaa vs. Vanony's trustee nt ai. From Circult Court -jf Loulsa county, Reversed. I etltlonj f.ir uppeatH, etc, : Adumi \?. uuntly, From Corporatlon ? '(int or elty of Lyiicliburs.. Writ of orr.ir mn- siip?>rsc<l<*ns. u0iid, $__0. Itddford Clty Ita. sitweii. From Clrcuit Court of Bedford county. Writ of error and lUpert.d.as, llond, $1,200, Wood et al. vs. Troartwar. Froin Circult Courl uf .Oreenesvlllo coiinty, Appeal and suporsctloas. Bond, .I.ooo. A rents vs. Ciisselmun -t Company. From Circult Court ol Henrlco county. Writ nf error and superscdoas. Rond, 11,800, Cole. va, ?''-rninotiwenltli. .Voin '.'orponi tiou Ccrurt of olty of '.harl-ltcsvllle. Writ of error r.fu_o_, Shelton rt nl. v*. Hodnett et al. Front Clrcull Colirt of Pllinylvanl.i couhty. Ap pcol rbfused. John?on's adnilnlstratoia vs, CliesaposI:? antl ulilo Railway Company. From Clretilt Court ot Henrlco county. Writ ot error r-? f, ted. ..?ones et nl. vs. Buelclnffhanv Slnte Com? pany (Inc), From t.lreult i.'ourt of Bue*c Itutham Countq. Writ of error refused. Supremo. Court of Appeal. of VlrRlniu. PtocoedliiKK ycsiorduy: .McCior.v vs. Thomas, hy, &<.. Fully ar BVed l>y M. II. Pctorson ror plalntlfl ln er? ror and W. II. Vonnl.Ie for defendant ln er ior. nnd submltted. .Southern Exprcss Company vs. Keeler. r.irtly nrffiiert by W. It. Moredlth for plaln? tlfl ln error nnd C. H. Garnett for defend? ant In error. or.il continued, Noxt cases lo be called: Owens vs, Oivrns'.. executor; Norfnlk and Portsmouth Tiactlon Company va. Ntblett; Portsmouth Cctton Oll rtcllnlne Corporatlon vs. Ollver Roflnlng Company; Ollver Reflnlnir Company Company vs. Portsmouth Cotton Oil Reflnlni; CCl.porat.ah; riillllps vs. Southern Ilallway: Houtb.rn Railway Compuny vs. ftoach, and Southern Railway Company vs. Forrest'* af'iiilnlstratrlx. bclnft No*. .3, BI, 41, 52, 53, _ I and &_? on ursument docket. NEW CHARTERS ISSUED Tlie following cliartera w.ra Istucd y.s tciday by tho State corporatlon Commis? slon: Itoclcbrldga t'owcr Corporatlon. Lexing? ton. XV. O. Mathews, president, Clifton Forge; I'aul M. I'onlck, vlco-pr.sldont, Lex? ington: W. T. I'atxon, socretary and ireas Uter, Buena Vlsta. Capltal, ?'_.,000. Ob? jects: I.lght, heat and powor plant. l.lg Four Hhoo Company llno, South Boston. John II. BRile, prosldent; C. C. Pniksdale, aocrolary and trousurcr, both ot Scuth Boaton; B. H. Bowman, Lynchburg. Capital: Maxlmum. $_:.,.nn; minlmum, $.,UU0. Objects: Wholesal. and l.tall -1. buslness. FIKE I.V J-YXCIIUUIU-. Mui'k oC Itjan's lluol, nntl Art Store Completely Ilnlneil. [Special to The Tlines-Ulspnlch.] LYNCHBURG, VA., January ___..-*.*_ flro which metulced lialf a nillllon dol? lars' worth of property completely rulnod tlu. stock of tlio W. B. Ryan Company b6ok and art store, located at Tenth nnd Malu Streets, thls morn? ing. AL half-past 10 o'clock not a. per? son of tho thousauils who were attract ed to watch tho progress ot tho bluze would have glven much tor tho chanco Almond's store had to escape tha llaitius, hut thls wus accompllshed, and in less than an hour the llumea were under control. Tho tlti shop of J. H. Edmunds & Co., whlch was located under tho rear of Ryun's store, was delugcd wlth water, but Mr. Edintnids could net state wliat i hls ihi>ua_;<. would bo. Hls stock and j fixtures were lnsured for .l,u. b. The Monarch Bowling Alley, wjiich was located tn tho tirst collar under Ryun's maln store, was also delugcd by water. No iire got into thls part of the bulldlng and the loss here ls probably covered by tlie $1,000 insur? ance upon it. Almond's department storo was dens. witli smoke from collar to the roof for an hour, ond lt Is Impossible to say what the damage to the.stock from snioke is. Not a bucket of water goe into this building, and it was saved by an lS-inch llre wall. . The stock of tho Ityan Company was lnvoiced at neariy $30,000, and tlio loss here wlll bo a complete one, for whnt escapetl _ by iirq was tloodcd wlth thousands of gallons of water. Will Open Rond Bllls. LSpeclal to Tho Tiraes-Disputeh. j CHATHAM, VA:, January il.?Tho Board of County dupervlsurs wlll meet hero noxt Mondny to open blds on tho constructlon of from four to six miles of macadam road in tho county from Design to Plcasant Gap. The Coni nterctal Association, of Uanvllle, 1ms subscrlbed about $.00, and citizens re sidlng along lhe route havo been llb? eral ln thelr subscrlptions. The county now has u fow miles of macadam road on the road from Deayers to Danvllle. Vlalt Lynchburg Voat. [Special to Tlio Tlmes-Dispatch.] LYNCHBURG, VA.. Junuary 21.*? Henrv O. Grey, of houisvlllo, national president; XV. A. Kirchoff, ot St. Louls, national represenlative, nnd . C. W. Saunders of Richmond, chairman of the Stato membership committee. spent to-day visiting inombera ot Post G. Travelers' Protcctive Association. The vlslt was to arouae a greater Interest ln the post and genoral work of tlie as? sociation. A ronimlttee of buslness men had the-visltors in charge. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN JA.lt.lO! V. M. ADM1SSION, 25c. SATURDAY FRBE. The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 5 P. Sl. Ad? mlsslon. - cents. Frco on Saturday. OTjere to HMop in Vitf&inw. The mbst magnificcnt hotel in the South. European plan exclusively. Rooms single aiul en suite, with and without baths. Ratcs, $1.50 per day and up wards. SEND FOR ROOKLET. P. M. FRY, Manager.' ?egfll _?o.._es. THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA TO THE ailERlFF OF THE CITY oV RICHMOND,?GREE_.Il.Ql XVo command you to heretofore wo havo Cpnvinanded you to sunnnon the CANFIELU LUMBER COMPANY'. _ corporatlon, to appear at the clerk't, offlco of our Clrcuit Courl of the Clty of .Klchmond, i\l the Court Room Of sni.l Court ln said Clty, at rules to ha hotdvt for sald Court on the 1ST MONDAY IN" MARCII. 190.. to answer the actlan of C. W. Callisoti. of a plea of trespa>i_ 011 tlio case ln asaumpslt. Danmges Twq Thousand Dollars. And havo then there1 thls writ. Wilness. E. M. ROWELLE, Clerk of iald Court ar. Richmond. the _(Uh day of lanuary, lf>0'., aud ln lh<) ISSrd year of lho C..mmouwealth.' Fi, M. UOW'l-.'LLi:, clerk. A copy? Teste; E. M. TlOWKI.Lfc., el'k. Wm. E. Ciawford. p, ..