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ONE CEN r PER WORD when pald Jn advance. N'o Ad. taken for Icji than TEN CENT3. NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY-F1VE CENTS when phonecl ln or charged at the counter. FOIV BUSINESS CONTRACTS Thono Monroe 1 for tht? WANT AD MAN to call JUisr ano jrounu. KCirfT.'" Tii-Act-' ' 'si-aniki...' Fuuii whlto feel, whlte breast nnd whlte . spot on foicluad; answors t'i tho name of ".Mlke." itrwnrd If returneil to 1 ,.'<-. Clruve Avonuo._ i.t-st, i t'i ts 5" (?< INTA i N i.-i; Tv at< ;i i fob and initptii neor l-.lglileenlh tind Broad, fieward lf returned to 815 North Keventocnlh or notlfled ut ?phone Mndii'iui _"1?-_ l7o.-iT. ".lANUAitv '?/:<. "bktwi.i.n Tenth nnd OracO nml Nlnth and Flrst, Oll Broad, lmly'a gobl wati'h, monogram ? 0. E. <'?": fob ait-ch.d. 'Phone Madlson :."-. I'-uanl._ LOST, I..--1 :<:<?: AMBBR ..AUU'IN*HET wlth rhineBtonei betti.u 11-tth antl Monroe Pork, Frunklln or uia'lti, Tue.doy. Sultable rcward. i'i'1 North Fifth Btn et, X/08-. TU15SDAY, \ PART OF MASON Ic charm, Elber-tl roward 11 retiii'mid to li. <- PEI-OLV,.:, 1320 Ka_i Frank IIii .Street. ?: Wlf-E TIIT-r IMCBHUN WHO T'.OK A caae of clulnmet from belllnd the fence nenr Brown's stoneyard, bn Weat Main Strcet, early Tue?day mornlng, pleaiie r turn to 302 Weat Main Street nnd ri.-i-lv.- rewanl. $elp W&antta, iflale. MEN ?WANTED i'O 1'1.1".I'Ai.:". FOR railway examlnations; conitiicnce ment salary $suo; preparatlon free. FRANKEIN INSTITI'TE. Dopt. .0. I., Itoclicstcr, N. Y._ WANTl-lf, a"iV)A<-'1I-MAN. .MM'I-V AT onee 13 North Fifth Street, __xi*..i:ii.N':i.D st'kn tui'ii A.-iii-i., moderate salary; permanont posl? tion. Apply J04_Mutual Building. "WAnTeT^7~v7iTtNG MAN AS A88IST ant bookkeeper; niro capable of do ln~ atcnoKraphlc work. Apply wlth ie?crenc'*a to P. a_ Hox No. 087, Clty. w7\NTED. YOUNG- MAN, fwi-NTV :lx to twentv-eUlit years of nge, tor .iflirc work; must bo nu'ek. a.curate aml fully conipctent in handliiig bg ?iref. Address. wllh ful! partleular., K .85, rare Tlmcs-lMsputch. "^VANTr.I>i A.MBITIOUS YOUNG MEN 10 heeoine travellng saloimoni expe? rlence unnecessary. Writo for our free book. ?'How S&lesmeo Succoed " RRADSTRF.KT SYSTEM OP IN STRUCTION, Dept. 15, Rocheater. N. Y._?_ MKN WANTED QUlCKEY BY B-5 Chlcago mail order house to dl. tribute .-^t.-iUigue?. advertisc. $21 wrckly; $.,0 expcni-e. allowance, MANAOER, 12_2 SUit-i Street. C!il<"aco._ tTw !-;;tV V.oYri ~\V AN T! "j < "TO VVo'uK for'a fhetland p<ir,y, cart and har nct..". Eihcr.il pay to brinht boya, l.'-Mtlea the chance to earn a pony. <.,,.?_.:;,,! bovs will bu glvcn per manrnt posltion.--. whleh will not in terfere wlth school dutles. B. RO. HI'IiEKY. JP... """' Ka.-t <"-ir;.- .-"iic- ' WANTED. A MAN FROM TIIE COUN; trv. Whl b requlred. rare Tim an. t< .ND*, i .--.- : WANTED, A HEL-PER E ractory- 613 li?!l Street. 3 Va. __ _ WANTED. STENOORAPliER, YOl "?? man. ^^?"_.e0/le*^nA^p FIN< H with somo oxpenencc. -.i r-. \VI1ITI.?"'<"K '"?>. .?"' '"', w'\NTKf.>. IN "l.VKRV CITV ANI town in state, orauttisers* for first ,'H." f-at.rr.ai beneflt awbclatlon novel and unlcnn plo": A"*.0PP?r, luhity; a.nd three referencea bo 4.'.. Newport News. Va.___ ' Situation-! WLtmtzv. iflalc. ^.ANTEi;.' KY' AN " fex'-^RIBN^ niati. marrled. a pl--<*^ M uuinaoe of II farm Can glvo Siod reference AddreSrW- 108 North Elghth Streot Richmond, Va._,_ WANTED. 1M.MeTjIATF.EY- V PbAJ'l as farm manager on f"'ldrj__rnrTUt. share of crop; .share "V 'ropwP ferred. Best of roferencea. Xi. 1 BltOWNlNG, It. F. D. No- 1, EvlnS ?WANTED, HOStTKjN ;A^?*5SiS? __rSf.^?S^?^" Street. _ _ ! Scm^Q^l^ATiTZS AND G1KI__ DESIR ' lne Petltions wlth pleasant sur _oundl?> and .f^-Wj?"^ _.,i__ .Viiin write o-r appiy to j. ih WHITLOCK BRANCH. Twenty-thlr and Cary f-treats. Richmond. Va. ; wanteT37X"young uvdy to kee: books and holp ln store. and wlllin 1 to workV and know typcwritlng- i AVHITFIEL.D, Com* tl and. Va. ??WANTKD. A CO'OK-. AliSO A NURS1 '?' at .13 Floyd Avenue. _ WANTED; REL1ABL1*. WOMAN T help ln a homo and to holp ln cook ng when needed*. to live as one.c the famlly or salary. Address MR! '. Q. A. CRBASY. Mount Alry. Vn. i-wTj-ITED. U\THE-TURNER. 1NSPEC / tors, sawyers. blacksmiths, wagor body makers, ofllce help (bookkoei crs. stenographera, clerk?), aalnsme salcsladlea. PIEDMONT IjMPLO. MKNT AGENCY. Durham. N. C jt-r_'._7 DA1I.Y 1009; YOU, TOO, ME! / women; home; no ?nvasHins. Stair I for partlculars. BROWN. US Thlr j N. XV., Washington, D, C, _ (?WANTED, POSITION AS PRtVAT tca.-hcr. Quallllcations*. Usual Em llsh branches. ftrpt;'?tepai hv Eat I and algebra, GRACE SMITH, Ca \. toravllle, Va. _ ^^ent7Santeft.___ AGEJ^P^ITaTe A HOUSE1IOL artlclo of real merlt that agents a maklng *4 to JC a day on. PA1 NEEL MFG. CO., Manufacturers, B( 4-1, Rlveralde. R. I,_ OUR AGENTS AR E N OW JI A UI > $lv_0 average per month; men women; be. your own boss. Wrl for free partlculars and bool-l EAGEE SUPPEY CO., Box l-\ aou Sldo, Plttsburg. Pa- n P^rt^antc^" w^n^M16T^ty\''o ^tWffii&^tti board. for lady and yoiuig soik W< Entl preferred. Addresa E. C. S., 1 . Grove A_<ouiic-_ REFINED FAMIEY WANT OCC -pauts for bright rooni. -07 \\ < Grace. n_s.acm._- tov ftmt:?'\'[?' - Stooii-rFOirR wntT<3 ioN'i' it a"eey"T eated, furnlahed o_ unfurnlshed, I East Graco Slroot._ tFO.ritI.NT, IN 800 BEOCIC WE ?raco, two conneetlng rooms n bath; ateam heated. etc, Apply l- - care Times-Dlaptitelv_ ifcA-tGE. FURNISHED FRONT ROC / for threo or more porsons; also o er rooms, oheap. 710 Eaat Frank ? Stroot._ 81. EAST CEAY?NICFIA' FURNU , ed rooms; central; reflnnd-ilelglih j hood._ -_ IjfOR RENT, FOiill OFBTOE ROO; fteal Catflte forjfeotc._ FARMS ^\NI>' TIMBER l*ANt)M_~M*V new calnlogiic eontulnu 400 fnrms nnd tlmbor lntids; best bargains ln Virginia. I pay your rallroad fure. Wrlto for freo cataloguo. Addrens 3. R. ELAM. Box ri7. Charlottusvllle. Va. _ FOR ' KA LE'.-"-SPKCIA \, BAltOAWlS'l N lols on F'oyd Avenue, Mulri nnd Carv su-"c'h weal or thr Boulevard. App'iv 016 Brook Avenue. 'Phone Madlson 1467. BRICK i'lt'il'I'I'TV. BOUTI-t- FIFTH, never vacanti rcnis ror $2hs per year, 92,100. Brlck iiropoiiv ori Jlosn Strcet. rentiiig for 98!W. $J,sm>. Jackson Ward new property; wlll nel you 12 pi.) cent. seo. \"u; wc have otliors Jiihi nn godd. AMOS & l'OIN DrcXTER, ni" ISaai Maln. TEN-ACRE FARM, Alth FRONTAGE, one nnd n half mllfta from Riehmond, on principle streot. VVeat. Tho ad jolnlng property htm been dovelopcd and K?>id at from $7 to $15;per foot. To tlie liirtii who wlll huv thls I Wlll guarantee t<> make him l"n n"' Cent. prollt. IC 886. curo Tlmea-DlEpatch. HAVINO *BANDONED DEVELOP mcnt. I V. ill toll Foreat Lodsc- cheap. JOHN Cl'SSoNS, Cl.-n Allf-n, Vn i-rm sai,!-:,""two'vbry dpsiuablw pieces of properly in Falrmount; ceJiy terms; moderate prlcea, ln goou loei'ilttv, with aii modern conven lertces. Tha owner wants to aoll on niToiini ?'f leaving tho ctty. Apply 1201 Nortli TjvgiUjeth Streot._ ~ Beal (Etftote ftllar.teu. \V,\NTi;i''. NEAR WKSTMAMPTON "i: Ashland Uii'-k. to reni <>r buy. n" dtum-slze houae, or wlll purchaae f acrea and bulld. Real eatftte age and othera anawei wlth partlcular**. .; .'.:.. . ;. -.? Tltnc-s-1 d-'pat*-h. Wanted. To'iirv a mtif:-." H'"'---''.. nt nearly central aa pos-rtbln; -lur aboul 13.000. P 753, care Tlmes-pis ilch LAJhC-I**, Hit'lUII'i* AND ATTHACT1V1-: rooms tor rent, ?R-ltii or without board. Rensonable rates. Iiefer enc-es requlred. 412 North Elghth Strcet. 'Phono Madlson 7560. COUPLE FOR HEATED ROOM. WITH bourd. on Weai Orace Rtreol. u Weat Orace, Wanted, boardbrs for seCond story frc.nt; al-o table boardera. 209 Eaat Graee. _______ MONEY I/JANKl/TO')j?^J?Srri? patent. good Idens. JOHN -.VEDDER BURN, Capitalist. Brookland. p. L._ Ai;f6MOP.ii'd''.s':--T!iia"is thk time to have- your car repalred and re patnted; get ln ahape for miidcr weather. W. C SMITH &. CO.. 314 North Flfth Street _ *kr<sonais'. fiTiy'ci^rruiNVi stock ""of" scljAtrC Joseph U Marks. r,SS Broadway, New Vork. up-to-date tailors. ir. now belng sold at ;.0c on the dollar at the FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.'S. Second and Broad. Goinc early and secure a bargaln.-_ THK LARGEST CltF.AM \'yW* j* i-ttv. '2t- a dozen. 'Plione 410 DlllNKARD'S._, LADIES I NOW HAVE IN A FULL t'lN-Y- ?,!? NEW SAMPLES, BOTH LM? PORTED AND DOMESTICr_ALSO THE UATEST DESIGNS N STYLES KOR THE 8PRINO. NOW IS THL TIME TO OIVE THE ORDER FOR YOUR SPRING SVIT. SU AS TO IN HURE GETTING IT MADE LP BE? FORE THK EASTER RUSH AND AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE. II. 1.KW1S, LADIES" TAILOR, 202 >. FIRST STREET, 'PHONE MONKOB ?J.i15. HUMAN HAIR -BOUGHT aND cOLD at HUOHBS'S. 209 North JThlrd. RICH.MON D KKFIN l.NCJ COM 1'AN V, 1703 Kast Carv Street. Clty Conirac tors. Dead anlmals removed ot once ?Phone Monroe 3C'7. Buyers ol tal low and bones. iJoticeg. ___^ THE CLOTIIING^STOCK OF SCHATZ, Joseph & Marktfi S3S .Broadway, New Vork. up-to-dati- tailors. is now belng .sold at 60o on tlio dollar at thc FAMOUS CIjOTHING CO.'*>. Second and Broad. Come carly and aecurc a bargain._ WANTED. TjFe PUBLIC-TO KNOW that Jahnko Bros., jiewelers. 912 East Maln Strcet. buy. sell. ex? change and rijmount diamonds ln the latcst styles. Old gold and sll? ver taken ln exchange._ VOL'R -SAVINGS ARE-OF VAST 1M portance to you, and shouid be de posited ln the strongest bank avail ablo. The First Natlonal Bank. ol Riehmond, Va.. has for over fort-; years conducted a successful bankint? business at No. 1104 East Mair Street, and has over *J2,000.000 of it! own money to protect your savings It allows 3 per cent. Interest or savings accounts. AUTOMOBILES! ? REPAfJHNG" RK palnting and tops; satlstactlon guar antced. W. C. SMITH & CO.. 31 North Flfth._<___ RELIABLE TRANSFER. MlLLNKIVfc 302 North Ninth Street, hauls trunk for 25c; valises, 15c, to any part o tho city. Claim checks issued at th house for your baggage; two men o our wagon. Wo make a speclalt; of moving furniture and piano: 'Phone Madlson 1445. H. L. BAUMGARTNER. practica: safe and lock expert. 12 South Sev enth Streot. Safes opened and re paired; comblnatlons changed; key made. Expert work a speclaltj "Phone Monroe 3033. $?anteo. WANTED, FURNITURE AND HOUSE hold eftccts to sell at auctlon. Im medlate returns. MAYO SALVAG CORPORATION, 1-102 East Maii 'Phono Madlson 7316._ WANTED, 1,000 CHILDREN TO SEN papa or mamina to OLD TOV TOMI KINS'S auctlon sales daily_ WANTED, TO BUY SMALL SKCONI hand soda fountiiln for cash. Stal prlco In unswerlng. Addross K S6 care Times-Dispatch._ WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOI Ihat wc carry thc largest stock i vehicles in the city; prices to sui W. C. SMITH & CO., 311 Nortli Flft Streot._ CASH PAID FOR BOXWOOU, E|THE for cut grectis or plants. Addrei wlth full particulars to Box l, Soul Orange, N- J._ WAN/TED. TO BUY A SKCOND-HAN sii-iKie truck, in good repalr, MAI SHALL. Box G^._ DOCTOR" wants GOOD "location 1 lOAvn oi- vllhige, North Carolina i Nliglnia. Addresa Box 36. Charlotl Ya. _ WANTED. -TO "lIORROW THE FOI iowlng itnioiint-s, for u term of fl years ou best Improved clty pro ertv worth double tho umount loans wanted?-95,000, ono ?l,R00, ti $800 oiich- Address D 690, ca Tlmes-Dlspaleh._ WxNTRrrvo-iT^^^^ lilticlng your order for nwnlnga wl us now nnd let us have them roai for sprlng. as prices wlll oe Meh thon. Call Madlson 7307- ^OU'll EHN TENT AND AWNINO*CO, .> WANTED. TO BUV. FOR CABH, 110US hold guoda ln any quantity. Pho Madlson 88M. _. Coal anb Mlanu. WOOD THAT BURNS AND GIV heat; wlth dampor turned. glves mc heat and lusts longor, When dr; Ma ia on half of heat goes out ohl at ney. I have the right klnd. LONC DAILY PUZZLE What weapon? AVswi'ii ro ytsitTts'n.bAY'a rvzzus. j Seo iv. jfor ??>nle. EOKTY GENUINE L'. S. addio-. RICHMOND HAR 16 North Klghtcenth FOR SALE, McClellan i N ESS CO. Stroet THB CLOT1HNG STOCK. OF SCHATZ, Joseph & Marks, r,8R Broadway, New York, Up-to-date tallorB, ls now belng BOld at GOd on the dollar at the FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.'S. Second und Unuid. Como carly and Hecuro .. bargaln. _ FOR SALE. Bl;GGlEh,"snRREy"s ANU runabouts. new and second hand. at tpeclal prices. T. H. DUKE & CO.. 201 Brook Avenue. JruW""pUT'? ON S A LE_"Di"lUMM ER'a sample trunk of overcoats. Ortginn'. cost, $15 to $2.'; our prlcc. 9? to J12..-.0. JACOBS'S IX)AN OFFICE- | FOR SALE. 25 NL\V~GENTS' SUITS. j costing upward to $20; our prlcc. ?!i ! to 911. JACOBS'S LOAN OFFICE. FOR SALE, 75 U. S. MoCLELLAN SAD dles. 40 pair new U. S. saddle bags. 50 i*. S. cavalry. brldtos. slx sets heavy double wagon hnrness, all made In Rock Island arsenal; fine condltlon; 30 llexlble steel horse col? ln rs. JOSEPH C. D1CKIN.SON. Sad? dle and Harnoss Manufacturer; 1412 East Maln._ latTies. iron and woodworkr no : Kltirtevant hlowers and automatic kntfe grlnders. I. BLUFORP & CO. LARGE ASSORTMENT ,OF SECOND" hand vehicles al your own price. XV. C. SMITH & CO.. 314 North Flfth / Street WINTER CARRIAGES:?3 E V E R A L closed carrlages on hand. We wish to got rid of them. Call and get prices. XV. C. SMITH & CO., 314 North Flfth Street. __ For sale~~or iii:nt. mi >d eTin "in room hotel ln Virginia clty of H.'loO; opportunltv for change to European; no good rcstaurant in town; would exchange for other property. K 856, it, Tlm-s-DlslJalt-h._ WAGONS!?LARGE LINE OF GRO ccrv and delivorv wagons at bargaln prtc-es. W. C. SMiiH & CO.. 314 !___i__ Elfth Street._ AUTOMOBILES:-? THE MITCHE L L .?w Is the hest car In the world for the money, or any money: guar? anteed- W. C. SMITH & CO., 314 North Fiftji Street. NATURF/S OWL* BEVERAGB?UGHTi sparkling. refreahing. pure; 6 gal-! lons. 25c, dellvered?Holly Sprlng3 Lithia Water. 'Phones: Madlson 6232 and 5621._ FOR SALE?I HAVE ONE CERTIFI cate on tho Crafts Piano Company. of Riehmond. worth 9100 as payment on piano, that I wlll sell for $50. Ad? dress K $56, care Tlmes-D1 apatch. IF YOrJ tVANT SOMETHING deli clous, ask your grocer for Sniithneld sausage. _ FOR SALE. ONE TOP BUGGY. $35; ono phaelon. nowly palnted, rubber tlres, $60; onc good grocery wagon, S6-".. These arc bargains. A. MBY ER'S SONS, 731 East Cary Street. FOR SALE. AT ONCE. REMINGTON typewrlter, No. G, ln good condltlon. Wrlte for particulars. Box 09, Boy klns, \"n._ WAGONS AND BUGGIES TO SUIT you at RICHIARDSON BROS., 615 Brook Avenue. BURNT WHEAT.?ANOTHER CAR load burnt wheat, $1-50 per 100 pounds; cheap; good feed for chlck cns. W. J. TODD, 426 North Slxth Street. _ TOlvTPKJNS'S ENTIRE STOCK TOYS. blcycle parts, household goods, etc, Wlll be sold at public auctlon daily, 3 and 7:30 P. M. Seats for ladies 207 West Broad Strcet. FOR SALE. THREE SECOND-UAND carts, two second-hand runabouts, two second-hand r-haetons, one sec? ond-hand buggy; all ln good condl? tlon and bolonglng to parties who want to sell. Ko. S South Eighth Streot. AINSLIE CARRIAGE CO. WOULD LIKE TO SELL A GKNERAI merchandise business at Chase City Box S0, Chase Clty. Va-_ ONE OF THE MOST PROFITABL* grocery buslnesses ln thc West Enc for salo at a bargain- Address i 766. care Times-Dispatch. for" s alr gTrocery WAGONS buggies, surreys and runabouts: nev and second-hand at reduced prices T. H. DUKE & CO., S04 Brook Ave LUMBER i_VTH_. SHLNQLES. SASH bllnds, doors. WOODWARD &. SON Nlnth and Arch, Riehmond. Va._ ON THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1910 at 12:25 p. M.. we wlll soll for whon lt may concern. at tho Rlchmoiu Stock Exchange. at public auctlon Hfty shares of the capital stock o the Virginia-Carollna Grocery Com pany, of Riehmond, Va.; par value JtOO por sharo. JOHN C- WILLIAM: & CO., Bnnkers and Brokers, Nc 310-1>_ East Main Street. Rlchtnonc Va, JUST C.ETTING IN CAR "HUGHES buggies and runabouts. The bes huggv on tho market for tho prlci Prtoos from $35 up. Also big stoc harnoss. See our harnoss before yo buy. BR1STOW-WORSHAM CO 1417 East Maln. WE HAVE THE MOST UP-TO-DAT] trnps on the market. They ar handsome; also havo scvoral styl business uuggles. llght or heavy, an they aro good. BRTSTOW-WOR SHAM CO., 1417 Easr. Main._ IF~YOU~~ARE LOOIUNG FOR ANY thing in tho llno of vehicles. why nc see me before you buy. I have jus thn thing you want, and prlco t sult. I liavo onc seoond-handoi ?wlde tlre, two-horse farm wagoi also ono second-haiuK-d Dayto wagon for fiulo cheap. Don't forge tho old rellablo lirm. B. C. BRIfc TOW, II. 13, 15 North Elghtoont Street. _ $oultrj><"$et nno ILfoe _Mocl ?^b^E'L^'^T^UB^vfbltif A.ND BROOI ora at factory prices. Full stock a wuys on hand. Start.early hatclu for best brollors and bost prlcc Free catalogue. W. J. TODD, 4: North Slxth Stroet._ ANOTITeTv CAKLOAD OF BURN ?wheat, samo qunllty, packed ln 15 pound sacks, at $1,50 por 100 pound $14 per 1.000 pounds; $27 per to ;\V. J. TODD. 426 North Slxth Strei iTOcclJanenus. FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONE UN ment. Over forty years' test prov lt the best. 25c a bottlo at all dru gtsta. BUCHANAN'S NXGKU- SCHOOL. BOOKKEEPING. CIVIL S-RVIC branohes and clocutlon. 908 Ei ?fffltecellaneot.s.^ -0H.6-3 REPAIRlNC. BC, riAI-F-SOLE MEN'B BttOEfil! ..A dlrs', 60c. Evory pair sewed. H.it Wth.r. DREW'S ELECTRIC HHOE FACTORT. 71B Eaat Main. 'Phono Monroe 2667. Will aend for ahoca and return. POL.K MIEI-ER QUARTET. IECORD-1 NOW ON SAEB, COM0 ii nd hear them. Better than tlm nrlglnal. C. B HAYNI..S & CO. UNTiRAE DESIGNH. JI TO jr. M. A. WHITTY._ BOARD OF HEALTH. HERE 18 STRONO REASON FOR BE llevlng that the danger from .n un purllled surface water Mipnly ls greatest In the wlnter. conafderablo r.utbrenks of typhold fevcr occUrrlng, Uee Holly Springs Eithlo Water, it la alwcya puro. ', gfallons, 26c, de llv.r.d. 'Phones: Madlson ._._ and G621. OPTICIAN. F YOU CAN'T SEIi. GO TO DR. II. BREITSTE1N, the Optielan, at 11. East Brond, and he will examtn'e your < y<-_ "U'l "*? y?u wl'h proper glasses from 51.00 up. fifteen years ..f practical nnd scleiitillc experlence. i.i your djapoaal. ? TIIE SHOES TilAT WliAR. riiK CIIIMBORAZO SHOE IS TIIE ahoc for styl" and wear?$3.60 and $4.00; ladics', 53.?0. .1 It. OOODE & SON*. 1447 linst Main Street. -lOODE'S C-.IMBOHA5.0 SHOE, AI.L leather, made to wear well; atyle and llt, $3.50 and $1.00. 1-1-17 East .Main Street._ WE CAN FIT YOU ANI/ SUIT fOD in style, and at the rlght prlco. GOODE'S, FIfteenth und Main Sta. AUTOMOBILES. CALL AND GET PRICES ON STO ragc and attcntlon to ears; gusolene anrl lubricnnta. W. C. SMITH <?_ CO, 314 North Fifth Streot._ WATCH REPAIR1NG. YOUR WATCH REPA1P.ED OR CEF.AN ed bv WV. TOBIEN, JR., ls a guar? antee " <>at lt ls dono properly. Twenf /-ears' experlence. Cleaning, U,-Mn"in aprlngs, $1. 408 East Broad Street. All work guaranteed. _ FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKINO. FURNITURE, CHINA AND WEDDINO presenta packed and ahlpped wlth care. Estlmates cheerfnlly glven. JACOB UMLAUF. 705 West Main Street. 'Phone Madlson -2D2._ " BAKERY. CREAM PUFFS, DELICIOUS, AT 24C a dozen thla week. DRINKARD'S, Slxth and Cloy Streets. Me:Gl-}-RE_- "cSsa Opposltc Monroe Park. Forty-nith Feselon. Preparoa tor all iintverai-les and college-. JOM-- T. McOUlBE. I'rinrlpat. ^aUroaUff. Riclifflon-.MeriGislJ'g & Potoiac R.B T0 AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYONL Loavo Rlchmontl '4.30 A.M..Main St.Sta. ?1.50 A.M. ByrdSU Sta. ?5.-20A.M. Byrd St. Sta. ?7,10 A.M. Main St-Sta. .7.15 A.M. Byrd St.SU. .7.30 A.M. Main St. Sta. ?8.40 A.M. Byrd St. Sta. *12.01 noon Byrd St. Sta. +4.00 P.M. Byrd Ht. Su. 34.15P.M.Klba Station. ?f>.U P.M. Main SU Sta. *8.20 P.M. Byrd St. Su Arrlro Richmond ?7.50 A.M. ByrdSt.SU. 11.35 A.M. ByrdSt.SU. ?1.10 P.M. MalnRt.SU. ?2.60 P.M. ByrdSt.SU. *7.15 P.M. ByrdSt.Sta. *7-35P.M. MainSt.SU. ?9.10 P.M. BjrdSt.SU. f 10.09 P.M. Main St.SU. .10.25 P.M. ByrdSt.SU. 10.35 P.M. Main St.SU. ?l.lUnlgbt ByrdSt.SU. ACCOMNIO-ATION TRAINS-WEEKDAYS. Leare Byrd St. 8U. 1.30 P.M.for Fr.d.rletoibnr-. Lea t e Klba SU. 7.60 A. M.,6.30 P.M. for A-hlaud, ArrlteByrd fit.SU.8.25 A.M. from Fr.dcrl.k.b'c, Arrlte Klba Sta. 6.40 A.M., 6_10 P.M.from Aabland ?Daily. tWeekdaya. JSundaya only. ?JDailj except Monday. AU traina to or from Byrd Street Station (except traina leavlng 4.50 a. m and arriviar 1.10 night) atop at Elba. Time o arrivals antl departure. not guaranteed. Reac the aigns. Chesapeake & Ohio Railwaj 9.-00 A.\ Daily?Fast traina to Old Point, New 4:00 P./port Newi and Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Daily Local to Newport New_. 5:00 P.?Daily. Local to Old Point 2:00 P.\Dauy?Louisville and Cindnnati. Pul 11:00 P./mans. 6:45 P.?Daily "St Louis-Cliicago Siperiat. Pullmans. 8:30 A.?Daily?Charlotteaville. Wcek days 3 Cli'ton Forge. 5:15 P.?Week daya. Local to Gordonsville. 10*00 A.?Daily. L'burg, Lex., C Forge. 5:15 P.?Week davs. To Lyncliburg. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. Local trom East?8:25 A. M.. 7:50 P. M. Through from East?11:40 A. M.. 6:35 P. M. Local trom West? ?8 J0 A, M., 0:50 A. M? 7:5< P M. Through?7:30 A. M., 2:45 P. M. James River Line? *8*35 A. M? 6K33 P. M ?Dai<v except Sunday. Norfolk & Western Railwaj ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. Schcdule ln Effect January 3, 1910. Leave Byrd Strcet Station, Richmond, DAIL< FOR NORFOLK: 9:00 A. M.. 3:00 P. M. FO! LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST: 9.-00 A. M 12:10 P M . 9:00 P. M. Arrive Richmond: Froi Nortolk?11:40 A. M-. 6*50 P. M., 11:00 P. N From the West?6:50 A. M.. 2:05 P. M.. 6:50 P. N Pullman. Parlor and Slecplng Cara. Cafe Dinin Cats _. H. BOSLEY. W. B. BEVILL, D. P. A.. IUchmond. V. G. P. A.. Roanoke .'Va.. !! Atlantic Coast Lin< F.FFECTIVE JANUARY 3, 1910. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. For Florida and South: 1:20 A. M.. 8:15 A. M 7:25 P, M. and *10:35 P. M. For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M., 3-00 P. M. For N. & W Ry, West. 9:00 A. M? 12:10 at 9:00 1>. M. For Petcisburg: 1:20 A. M., 8:15 A. M., 9:1 A. M.. 12:10 P. M . 3:00 P. M? *3:30 P. M.. 6:1 P. M., 7:25 P. M , 9:00 P. M? and 11:30 P. M. ,1-or Goldsboro nnd Fayettevillc: *3:30 P. M. Trains arrive Richmond daily: 4:40 A. M., 5: A. M.. 6:5(1 A. M-. a7:05 A. M? ?8:35,11:40 A. N "?-10:45 A. M.. "1:20 P. M? 2:05 P. M., 6:50 PI 8:00 P. M and 11:00 P. M, * Except Sunday. ** Sunday only. a Exce Monday. Time of arrlval and departure and connectio: nat guaranteed. C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A. Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railvr. Cars leave Manchester. Seventh and Pen Street., Ior Pe*<-?b,u.r<-';.- _. *_ 7 8, "9, 10, 11. *12 P. M? l, 2, '3, 4. . ?>?5:45, *6, 7,8, *9. 10 P. M. 11:00 P. M- ?or Chester, 12:00 midntght f. Petersburg. . Cars leave Petersburg, foot Sycainore btrce for Maucliesler: 5:15, o:35, **7:15. *7:35, 8:3S, 9:35, "lO^ 11:35 A. M.. I2:-35' ,uis- 2=--S. 3:35. ?4:35. 5:i 6-35. ?7 35, 8:35, 9:35, ?10:40. U:40 \\ M. ? Carries -aggage and express. ??Limited, oxijept Sundaya and holidays. All cara '<"?--* l e'ewo'ia' connect with carj 1 Richmond. Offer the unsurpassecj in LuxuriouB and Comiortable Occan Travel By the groal 20,000 ton itearaen "CARONIA" February 19 "CARMANIA" March 5 Largeat triple-icrew lutbino ia the World ^ v-.** SAXONIA" Feb. 5, Mar. 19 .<><VV Twin-Screw. 14.300 low ,v _uA ? P?r Full PartU-alari ?ni Kiwrratfoiw W*? '? THE CUNARU STEArVlSHIP CO.. Ltd. r Vork. Hoiton, Chicugo, Utniuapolli.. n.ll?d?l|>li?. Sl. Um* Sho ri-MOlaoo.TttroH^nBii Moulroal.or Uo?l A*??i?. ii iM"-mw-___a______MUiii mmmmmatm *i> II. UDWMW, 7US KtiNt fllutil Slreei. HIOHMQJVn vniANSfc'lfltt UUu SQlLJEaftt Hidu SlWct. RLSOITEU-l-t IT COSTS Tl LI Farms llavc Been DcscrUc.tl for Faciorics, Mincs .-ui'l Citics. SUPPLY FALLING SHORT Enpu'gti Younpr -Men I-ct't \\ lio Care for Agn ctiHural Pursuits. Philadelphia, Pa., January 26.?-"lt coats moro to get ^he common neccssl tlcs of llfe ln tho United Statea to day tlmn ln any other country ln tho world." Thls startllng statement wan made to-nlght by .James Wllson, Secretary of Agrloulture, ln un address dollv ere-I beforo tho Manufacturers* Club, of thls clty, Sccretary Wllson dls? cussed "The Present Food Crlsls" It a way that was original and forooful ''Some people," he snld, ''tell us tha lf tve repenl the present tariff law tf let ln forelgn products free of dutj the present dlfflculty wlll cease. I d< not believe lt. FJggs are 38 cent3 i dozen ln Canadlan cltles and 60 centi a dozen In somo American cltles. Tin duty ls 3 cents a dozen. What dlf f-rencn would lt make whether yot took off that 3 cents or not7" The secretary further stated tha he "believed the American people ari sufferlng at preaent not so mucn fron the hlgh eost of livlng as from thf cost of lilp-li livlng, his statement bo ihg: "It has been sald tliat tho Amorlcan ls the'best fed. best clothod, best odu eatecl and best housed man on earth. "Wo shall have to add now that he Is tho most expcnslvely fed." Sccretary WIIhoii polntea ont that the fundamental dlfll.nlty wus that the peoplo ar<> leavlng tlie farms to such an extcnt that there are not enough remaining to produce the food of the IncroaslniT populatlon. The lloys nnd girls of the farm, ho nssnvted, are being lured away to tho cltles, to the faotorles and to the mines. and to too groat an extent the agrlcultural re sources of the country nre belng neg Iected. Ile sald he was conivneed that the comblnations of retallers, whole salers and the like wero responsible ln great measure for the keeplng up ot priees, and that tho same lnlluenc' would be sufueient to control tht priees of products broup-ht from othei RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE BAY KAIL WAY COMPANY. Sch'dule of electric tralns to and fron nhiand, stoppini* at iutermediate sutlons upo: irnal. Lv. Richmond (Broad and Laurel Sts.) 6.-05.. ?7_t0, 8:10*. 9:1., ??10:10. 11:10 A. M. :IO, 2:10. 3:10ft, 4:10, 5:10. 6:20. 7:106, 8:10 .6:10 11:45 P. M. Lv. Ashland: ?5:55, '74, 8 ';. 10. ?"11 A M.. *1- M? ??!, i, 3. 4ft. 5, 0, 7 8.. 9. 11 P. !?'? -'-,'"*. ? Daily except Sunday. ?? Sunday oaly. b C .rnes bai-gage_ SEABOARD AIR LINE. Southbound trains nclieduled to leave Richmon da;ly> 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norlina. Ralcigl Chatlotte, Wilmington. t:t8 P. M.?Sleepers an coathea,' Atlant., Birmingham. Savannah. Jac! sonvillc and FKJrida points. 7:40 P. M.?To Flo ida poinla. 10:12 P. M., 10:45 P. M.?Sleepe and coaencs Savannah. Jacksonvillc, Atlanta,, Bil mlngham and M.mphis. Northbound trains achc uled to arrive Richmond daily: 4:20 A. M. 7:0 A. M. 7:25 A. M. 5:05 P. M.. 5:40 P. M Southern Railway TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. N. B.?Following echedule figutea published a information end not guaranteed: 6-20 A. M.?Daily.?Local for Charlotte. 10:45 A. M.?Daily?Limited?For all poini South. Pullman and Day Coaches. 6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday?Keyavitle Local. 11:45 P. M.?-Daily?Limited, Ior all poin South. Pullman ready 9:30 P. M. YORK RIVER LINE. 4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?To Weat PL. connectlr for Baltlmore Mon., Wed. and Fri. 4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. M ?Mor Wed. and Fri.?Local to V t Point. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From the South: 7.-00 A. Mi. 9:30 P. M.i dall 8 40 A. M., Ex. Sun., 4:10 P. M. Daily (Local). From West Point, 9:30 A. M., daily; 10*45 A. M Wed. and Fri.; 5:45 P. M., Ex. Sun. S. E. BURGESS, D. P. A., 920 E. Main St. Phone Madlaon 455. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREBT3. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. . ADMISSION. 2S_. SATURDAY FREE. The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. Opea daily from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Admi__ic .-_, Free 0 n Satuida. a i-teambemts. OLD^ffOMr^TONLSNl FOR NORFOLK AND NEW YORK. Steamers Brandon and Berkley. Daily Leave Richmond (foot ol Aah St.) . ..7:00 P. ] Leave Newport News .5:00 A. i Arrive Nortolk .6:00 A. . Connectiug with main line steamers leavii Norfolk ior New York daily except Sunday 7:< P. M Fare: Between Richmond and Norfolk. $2, i cluding atateroom berth; meals, 50 cents. Trains via Norfolk and Western Ry. at 3 P. ! ond Chesapeake and Ohlo Ry. at 4 P M. al connect with New York steamers. Night lino etearaera Brandon and Bcrkele atop at Claremont wliarf lo land passengers ai on signal to recelve them. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY. Jamcs River by daylight for Norfolk. Old Poli Newport News and all Jamea River landln Steamer Mobjack leavea Old Dominlon wh; Monday, Wednesday and Frlday at 7:00 A. Kare to Norfolk, $1.25; second class, $1.00; luc: 50 cents. Frelght. received t'or all landings James River. Tickets on sale O. D. & S. Co.'a ofllce, 821 Maht St., or 809 IC. Main St., The Jcfferson i Murphy'a Hotel. Baltimore Steam Packef C Equlpped wltli wlreleas tclegraphy. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH \ NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Daily except Sunday vla. N. & W. Ry. 3:00 P. M? Norfolk 6:30 P. M. C. & O. Ry. 4:00 P. M., Old Point 7:30 P. M. O. D. S. S- --? 7:00 P. AI. (one day ln Norfol Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (.Monday, Wednead nnd Frlday). Tickets ut all offices For ataterooius apply 11. M. BOYK1N. Agent, 830 Eaal Malii Street ? piwiiiij .l_r ONLY NECESSARY TO TREAT THE STOMACH, SAYS COOPER Tlie new ilieory advanced by L, T. | Cooper rclatlvc to the human atomach | hns attractcd such widcsprcad attention ihat tlic public in clties visitcd by tlic young man has hccn joineil by many phy eiclans in a discussion of his bcliefs and mcdiciues. Mr. Cooper says tliat hiiman hcalth is dependent almost entirely upon the stom acli. He says that no disracc can bc con quercd without first allcviating all stom? ach disorders. Ilc further says that most men and women of his Rcneration arc half-sick, owiiirj; to dcKeuerate stomachs. Aud lastly, he claims tliat his New Dis covcry medicine will rejuvenate tlic human stomach in 90 days. Cooper has been traveling from one city to another, condtictinR in each what he calls a campaign of education._ For thc past year hc has met thc public in thc larger cities of the country, and his suc? cess has been phcnnmcnal. Thousands of pcoplc have flockcel to his headquarters whercver he has pone, and tbe sale of his medicine has been beyond nnythinK of the kind ever before witnesscd. Possihly tlic most intcrestin?: feature of thc attention this young man has at? tractcd is what his army of followcrs, whoiTi hc has convcrtcd to hia bcliefs through his medicines, have to say on the subject. Thc following statcrncnts arc from two wcll-known residents of Chicago and Boston, respectivcly, and the cntliu siasm of these is charactoristic of Coopcr's admirers generally. Mrs. II. B. Mack, of 5201 State Strcet, Chicago, says: "I have becn suffering for 12 years from a combination of stomach troubles, catarrh and constipation. I had a gnawing pain in thc pit of my stomach, a sort of clull pain that f could not quite COuntrles, even though tho tarlff wero removeil. Socretary Wllson, after dcclarlng that. thc record mado hy tho manufac? turers of th% Unlted Staten ls a good one, aald: Tho education of the farmer, how? ever, has beon ovorlooked. The young farmer hafl been educatcd away from the farm and from the productlon of food for tho peoplo." In dlHcuaslng further the lure from tho farm to the clties, the secretary contlnued: "It ls up to you, gentlemen of tho Munufucturers' Club, to look Into these thlngs. Go down to the foundatlon and Inqulre. If you flnd my state mont to bo corroct that the peoplo are leaving tho farms to such an extcnt that there are not enough left to pro duco the food of our growlng popula? tlon. take steps to havo tho young farmer taught regardlng hls llfo work. "You should be glving iustructlon to 10,000 young men and women along these llnes. ln tho wlnter tlmo they mlght be getting theoretlcal knowl edgo and bo Introduced to applled sclenco. In the summor tlmo they should go into tho flolds. "Got a farm blg enough to educaU tho people who are to grow your iooi ln the future lf you aro to have food Ir the future that can ho sold to tho peo plo at reasonablo prices. If lt ls noces eary to gei a 5,000 acre farm, got lt.' CORPORATION TAX LAW Cnnmliutlniuilll.v of Mennure Sustnluei in Olrciilt Court. Toledo. O.. January 2fi.?ludgo R. W Taylor, In Unlted States Circuit Court to-day sustalned tho constltutlonollt: of the Federal corporatlon tax law, li a formal order dlsmisslng tho sult o a stoekholdor ngalnst tho Amorlcai Multlgraph Company, of Cleveland. II( sustalned the company's demurrer. Thls wlll allow thn caso to be taker at orteo to tho Supromo Court for de cl3lon. Judgo Tayler dispensed wltr a hearlng for the roiison that a slml? lar actlon has beon carrled to tho Su Drcmo Court from Vermont. B. FTjoTuTson Pu"bllshliig~C().l January 4, 1010. THE REGULAR ANNUAL. MEETING of the stockholders of tho B. F Johnson Publlshlng Company will bc held ut tho otTices of tho company Ir tho clty of Riehmond, Va., WEDNES? DAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1910, at 4 o'clocl P. M. E. L. PELL, Secretary. THE ANNUAL ME"iiTlNO OF THi stockholders of tho Jefferson Roaltj Corporatlon wlll bo held at tho Jef ferson Hotel, Riehmond, Va., ot WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1910 at 12 o'clock noon. O. F. WEISIGER, Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THI stockholders of the Riehmond Trans fer Company wlll bo held at thel oftlco, 809 East Maln Stroot, at I o'clock noon WEDNESDAY, FEBRU ARY 9. 1910. W. T. DARDEN. Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THI stockholders of the Virginia Racln and Horso Show Association wlll b hold at the Business Men's Club n 3 o'clock P. M. MONDAY. FEBIU.' ARY 7. 1910. J. XV. McCOMB, Socretary. O MASON1C FUNERAL NOT1CE. Tcy A special communlcatlon i 'TrS rjovo Lodge, No. 51. A., F. ar A. M., wlll bo held at the Mason Temple THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOO! January 27, 1910, at 2 P. M? for tl purposo of pnylng the last sad trlbu of respect to our deceased broth and momber, II. D. Whltcomb. Tho members are cspeclally reciuos ed to attend, nnd members of slst lodges and translont brethren are fr ternallv lnvlted to unito wlth us. By order ot' the Worshiptul Mastur. BEN T. AUGUST. ^A^T^aSoPTIO^ OF HIGH SCHOC Text Books.?At a meetlng ol tl Stato Board of Education, hold c January 7. 1910, an order wus ei tored authorlitlng tho secretary tho Stato Board of Education to a, vertlse for blds ln tho matter ot tl selectlon of text books for hje Hchools for a term of not less the four years. beginning August 191(1. , , , ln accordanco wlth tlio provlsloi of said resolutlon, I hereby glvo iu tlc.e that ot| or before APRIL 1 1 ii 10. nt 12 o'clock noon, at tl otllco of tho Stato Board of Educi llon, at Hleliniond, Va.. soulod pri posals wlll ho rocolvod for suppl: Ing publlc sohools of tho Stato Virginia wlth toxt books for uso tlie high schools of tlio Stato i provldod hy law. Such proposa aro rciiiuostod on both tho slng Ust plan and tho multlpio Ust pla nnd should stato tho prices at whh euoh book offered will ba sold tho chlldren or patrons of tl schools and tho exchange prlc whero such book shall tako tl placo ot a book now tn uso. A clroular glving a copy of t law undor whloh thls ailoptlon iimdft and othor particulars wlll iniilled on applicatlon. Tha right Is resorvod to reje anviincl all blds. Glvon uudur tuy hand thln 15 ' day ->f January, 1910. ; R. Q, STEARNES, . Sec'Y-4* fitate BoariL al JEduciuiou, undcrstaiifl. Then there was a dull hrud iiclic, and my mind secmed to bc wandcr in^ continually. I could nof eat, and what littlc soli'l food I did eat I could not rctain on tny stntnach. I tricd every remedy I could think of and alsotricd out a number ol patent medicincs, but without any appa? rent result. It whs through one of my frlonds that I heard of Cooper's prepani tion, and I immediatcly decidea to trv some of it. It is two weeks since l took my first done of it, and I feel like a new wotnatt. Thc headache secms to havo disappeared, and the pain in my stomach along with it. Thc medicinc is worth its weight in gold, and l want to thank Mr. Coopcr for what hc has done for tne." Mr. Edwin F. Morse, of 20 Oakley Strcet, "Dort'hcstcr, a suburb of Boston, says: "For three years I had not a well day. My stomach was in frightful shape; thc mcrc thought of food would nau.eatc me, and 1 really had a horror of anything to eat, All sohd food would cause me cx tremc indigestion, bloating and gas on my stomach, and notliing tastcd right. Som<_ time ago I got some of this Cooper's medi cines, about which there is so much talk. I actually feel as well and strong as a boy ever since the first bottle. Every sign of stomach trouble has disappeared, and I have a hearty appetite and eat three square meals; everything sccms to taste good. Any onc who knows what chronic indigestion is can appreciate what this means to me. I consider this the most rcmarkable medicinc I ever heard of." Cooper's Xcw Discovery ia sold by all druggists. If your druggist cannot supply you, we will forward you thc name of a druggist in your city who will. Don't accept "somcthing just aa good."?The Coopcr Medicinc Co., Dayton, Oliio. ELECTRIC PLANT No Provision in Annual Budget for Operating Municipal Lighting Station. Conimunlcatlons wero recelved by the Council Committeo on PInanco last night from tho Virglnla Mochanlcs' In Htltute, asklng tho iinnual appropria? tion of $10,000; frnm tho Sprlng Stroot Homo, asklng nid to the extoilt ot ?fl.non, and froni tlio Virglnla Homo for Irif.ints, asklng $500. Tho last rcqueat wns rejecteel, and tho other two re? ferred to tho subcommltt.ee on budgot. Tho Committeo on Kloctrlctty. through Chairman 1.. T>. lUchardso.-., n.-kod $1,5i;0 for pay-roll of the elec? trical Inspectors nnd $700 tor expenses, iiotifylng the commlttee that it would be back later for a supplementary ap? propriation for pay-roll and i;xpetu.es ot malntenance as soon ns tho new munlclpal eloctrtc plant ls turned ovor to the clty. Tho Commlttee on 9t. John's Burylng Oround wanted tho usual amount.-. Pay of keoper, $720, and expenses, $600. Tho Commlttee on Prlntlng and Clalms estlmato- Its noeds at SS.500 for prlnt? lng, $4,000 for elections and $1,150 for care of lunatics. Tlio Finance Committeo sot next Monday nlght to hoar froni the Pollco Department and from the Clty f-ngi neer aH to tho noeds of the t-treot D< pt-rtment and the lmprovement of the JUClty Auditor Warren wlll complet*. his roport for tho year as soon as DQS slble after the Ilrst Of the month, un 1 by tho end of next \vcok tht ?orl wlll bo ln the hands of the budget commltloe. Tho budget of ?*?????** mancls wlll be the most MtoMlvee e. presented. tho Clty Englneei??*??? prepared an exhausllve list of tha con? dltlon and iie.ds ot streots and alleys throughout the city._ CHARTERS GRANTED Chartnrs were issued yesterday by the Stato Corporation Commission aa ?llf'*' Appomattox Hardware Company <Inc*'? Appomattox. Va. C. B. Hancock. preslduni, Blueflald, W Va.: \V. - M. Hancocl*.' vtce prwl-onti A. B. Harwood. sccretary ??d treaaur.tr. both of Appomattox, ?? Cavt tal" Maximum. $15,000; minimum, $8,000. --? lects: Hardware buaineee. Consumors Coal and Supply Company (Inc.l. Halom. Va. E. S. Barult-, prcatdcnl. \v V ISarnlt*-, aocretary and treaaurer; r. H Cooper-all of Salem. Va. Capital: M_x linum. $-.000; minimum, $1,000. Objeotoi Coal bsism- -*? A. C. L INCREASES CAPITAL TolK,tfS ?>?TS_SSS??^ Brldgeport, Conn., January 36.?The ?to_ h-lclers of tho Atlantic Coa^t "ioo Company. at a nieetiii-hf? to day, at whleh UO per cent. of tho stoclv was represented. voted to Increase the capital stock -10 per cont.. so that tho total stook of the company wlll he $5 040.000. Each of tha present stO-K holdors will havo the rlght to purchu. sharoa of the now Issue to the value of 40 por cont. of hls present hoiaingH. ORDER WILL BE INF0RCED l'ouers oC Interstate Conunerce Com? mlsslon. Vpiiclil by Judge Evnua. Washington. ?. C, JVntiary -6.? Telegraphlc ndvlccs recelved by the Intersiato Commerco Commiflslon Indi ialc that United States Judgo Bvans, at Loulb-v-llle. Ky.. to-day decllncd to tako jurisdlctlon of an application by tho I.ouisvlllo and Nashvllle Itallroad and other carrlqrs tor an lnjunctlon ag-in-t tho enforcement of an order oF the commlsslon. The order was made ln tho caso of the Now Orlean ilumd of Trado against th0 LoulsV Ile and Nashvllle, and others. reduclng the class frelght rates from New Or? leans to Mobllo and Ponsacola. Thu ordor was mado oii'eetlvc on February 1. but, ln thp, pecitliar clrcumstanccs of the case, the commission oxtended tho elt'ectlva dato Cf the order to March 1. ln order to enable tlie rall? roads to mako thelr application t'or un lnjunctlon totho full bench of tho Unltod States Circuit Court. Klimlc Island Ilcturn.. Boiiiln. Provldonc.. Tt. !?, January _..?The embar raaslng posltion of tho Stato of .thod.i Ialand wlth regard to the, rcpudinted North Carolina bonda waa t.rmlnat.d to-day when Oovornor ."othior aflfl-ed hla alsnature t.> n loKlslatlvo rcaolutlon provldlng- that tlm S.-00,000 worth of theao bonds. glvon to thn Stato for collectlon. bu roturned to thu clonoi-. Tho bonda wlll b* scnt to the bond boidcra' coinniittxo of Now Vork by apeclal raeasoilgtr to-morrow. SULPHUR Hnncock's Sulphur Remedies. ForECZEMA, Itch, Rtngwonn and all skin ailnicnt... OINTMENT^^_t5?1 A ivagic wonder Ior Hemorrhoid.s, Piles, Sores, SwelliiiRS, lnfl_m_d or Chated parts. USE IT. Fur sale by druggists. Manufactured by UAN'COCK J.IQUIP SULPHUR CO. \ Baltimore, Aid. k