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HERCUL
BALBWIN ? BROWN,
(Incorporated)
No. 1557 East Main Strcet,
Richmond., Va.
Dealers in Hardware, Builders' Supplies, Lime, Cement,
Terra Cotta Pipe, etc.
Virginia Equipmeat and Supply Co.
" (Incorporated),
Engineers?Contractors
STRUCTURAL STEEL AND REINFORCED CONCRETE.
Offices, 305-06 Bank of Richmond Bldg.
Phonc Madison 1110.
Phones, 843;
Night, 842
BBSEB3SSSRBB9I
STORAGE OF
GOODS
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
STORAGE DEPARTMENT OF
NEW BUILDING.
MAIN & BELVIDERE STREETS?
If Not, Do Not Storo
Your Goods Until You Have.
eaB&nasnrasssa
Have Our
Own Wagons
for Bauling
Prices on Complete Hot
Water Heating Plant
6-Room Ho'J'5.1210
?-Room Houec.W*
10-Room Houec.J-69
12-Rooai llousc.J3t0
14-Rouni House.W*J
iG-Room Houoe.Jtl"
i8-Room House.5-180
20-Room House.J623
The above prices lncludes: CON.TINENTAL
HOT WATER HEATER; Complete Outfit?
Radiators, I'iping, Valvcs, Expansion Tank. Smo?c
Pipe, Oiiing Plates. Gaskets, Elboivs, Nipples,
Plusa. Firc Ccrnent. etc nccessary to install a
complete Hrating Plant. This price does not
include labor nccessary to the installatloii. At
these prices the jooda can be boufcht Jioiu any
teputable fitter.
For iurthcr particulars. addresi
Continental Heater and Radiator Co., Inc.
Room 1.09. Mutual Bulldlng.
RICHMONp '\? '. -.?? ? VIRGIMA
Albin Netherwood,
PaYing and All Kinds of
Dressed and Rough Granite.
Addrr.in P. O. Box 578. Rlcb
inond, Vb. ftunrrieii at Granlte,
Va., on Southern Unllvwij.
ChesterfieW
GRANITE, VA.
BUILD1NG STONE,
PAVING STONE.
CRU6HED GRANITE,
And Stone for all Purposes,
Prices on application. Estirriates fur
rihhed.
>>
SEMI-PASTE PAINT.
READY-Mixed Paint.
John L. Branch & Co.,
"Paints That Stay Paintcd."
1319 E. Maln St.,
Richmond, - - - - Virftinia.
Phone Madison 164.
Mayo Iron Works,
(Incorporattd)
i ENG1NEERS,
5 FOUNDERS and
MACH1NISTS
Owntti of the Patterns of Talbott
j 4 Sona. Prompt and careful atteution
j given to all ordre and repair -work.
A. B-. Harvard College.
C. IC Lawrencc Scientific School Harvard
Unlvcrtity.
C. P. E. Burgwyn,
Civil and Hydraulic Engineer,
917 Hunk- Street, Rlchmond, Va.
Phune 5610
Wharves and terminals constructcd; rlver*
and harhors improved; railro.ida built; re?
ports on proportics; water poivers devclopcd;
water worka erccted; tewcr ?yttcms desisued;
clear water nlu.Uitm
A. W. EVANS,
Room 615-A Mutual Building,
RICHMOND, VA.
W. H. JENKS
Electrical Contractor
617 E. Main St. Madison 338
Electrical Wiring, Electrical
Rcpairing, Combination and
Electric Fixtures.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Your Patronage Solicitdc
METAL CEILINGS
CEO. L. SUTER & CO.
1600 W. Lelgh St. Rlchmond, Va.
Madison SJ7
Southern Pipe
Covering Company,
(Incorporated)
Asbcstos - Magnesia~ Pipe
Covering, Fire and Acid Re
sisting Ccments, Packing and
Rooting. Contract work our
specialty.
No. 22 Governor Street,
Richmond, Va.
J&vaintii ?pportunitiea,
TTbATCMT S1.CUREU ou'?Ei
1 ?T* * ?"-** ^ * fv-v itpoil as t
fateiitubility. t'.ulde Hook, New I.ist Invei
llon? Wuntird tmd I'rizrs ofTered for invcntloi
tcnt fitr. i'utentb advertised fti'C.
V1CT0R J. EVANS & CO.. WASu!Nc!lw
If You Want a GOOD Roof be Surc to Specify
MONROE RE-D1PPED T1N
Sold in rolls or in boxcs. Cort'ligatccl nnd \*-Ctimp RoofiiiR ant! Pltimbcw
Supplics.
McGraw-Yarbrough Co.
9-11 South Eifthth Street. Richmond, Va.
Open Plumbing, But?
Tight joints. Our modern method
af sanitary plumbing is seemly,
;lean, and the piping is casily got
ten at when there's the slightest
difficulty, which seldom occurs, for
the plumbing is "open" while the
joints are tight. If you have a
thought of plumbing, think of tts.
Mahoney & Weisiger,
No. 523 E. Main Street.
Tclephone Zladison 800.
GOOD RESOLUTION3
FOR THE NEW YEAR
Should embrace those that bring
health and comfort to the home.
There is nothing that will accom
plish this most desired result like
an up-to-date bathroom equipped
with all the latest improved fur
nishings and appliances and fitted
loHN E. ROSE & CO.
No. 12 N. Eighth St.
Phones: Madison 1816 and 2480
If Yov Want the
Best Plumbing
and Heating
Fixtures,
Order Them from
G. & A. Bargamin
Company.
FR0EHL1NG & ROBERTSON
Richmond
Testing Laboratory
Cbemists, Chetnlcal Enftlncers and
?cuuoailc Gcolofilsts.
Clicmical anJ Bact eriologlcnl Examlnatlom ol
Watets, Analyscs of Foode, Fcrtilliers, Ores, Eta
Standaid Cemcnt Testing. Examinations and
Rcports oq Mincral Pioperties.
No. 2 N. Ninth Street,
Richmond, Va.
BEST BUILDING UME.
sinkfi perfectly-hpldi ?? own?wlll not
plp ou walln. .
0. E. Flanhart
Printing Co.
V
Estimates
Furnished
V
A
No. 15 N. 12th St
RICHMOND, VA.
CHARLES B. WILSON,
...Architect...
Plans, spedfications and superin
ndencc for all classes of building.
309 American Nat'l Bank.
Telephone, Madison 6252.
*.?.
*rinting|
fl. Our prices are consistent
with the grade of work we
produce, trom the highest
class of booklcts to the slm
ple job, to all of which we
give our best efforts.
Whittet C& Shepperson
11-13 N. Elebth St., Richmond, Va.
Atlantic
Varnish
For All Parposes
RICHMOND
OILS,
PAINTS,
VARNISHES,
BRUSHES.
W.S.TannerPaintCo.
1303 East Maln
and 7 South Thlrteenth Streets.
We have jnat recelved a larsre con.
slgninent of the celebratod
Beach Saw Tables
They are equipped with patent anti
rrlotlon rolllne table, which comblnci
tho featurc-s of slinpllolty. accuracy
durnlpiiity und ermo of operatlon.
Call nnd o.Mxmlne them.
Smith-Courtney Co.,
*lutlt and Gmv* Jitr??<?
ICIIIIC01 AT
fContinuod Kroni 1'lrsL Pnge.)
Timo^-Dlspatob <tn.l ntlinbors of other
good ugencles hnve Unlted Iholr effortil
to lot tlio fiirtncrs of Vlrgtaln know
ivhn.t they can do In tbe corn line, tihd
now soino uj: r.beac projre?Blvo (armera
aro lcttln*- tho world know that nfl
corn growcni they aro utrictly in it,
und do not ,isk nny odds of Kiiiihh* of
Nobraoko. or Mlaaourl or any otlior
Innd.
Vonipklri* Invndo.i tbe Weat.
Why, they havo dared to invado Ih.Bt
very terrltory und win prttes rroni
rlght under the nosofl of tho Nebrus
kans und thc Kariaaa foiks and thc
MlPHourlatui.
A few week.'t ngo tho Natlonal Corn
Kxposltion was hcld at Otruilm, Nou.
It wns .-. hiu; Ihlnsi;, on. ..f tho biggest
tlllliKS Of Its ktlld bver b-i.l iu llrls
country. There were oxhlblta from all
of tbe Western corn growing Stutes,
from Ohlo to Colorado and tho Dalto
tas. Oklahoma and Toxas, Arkansus
and Montana, Washington and Mlnno
sota. lowa and AVIscoiisin, MlssoUru
fhdiana, Jlllnois, Ohlo, und in faet all
of tbc Mlddlo West States woro largcly
roprosonted by exhlblta ann oTsnlbltofs.
At Icast one Vlrglnlan thought to let
the great West know that Old Vir?
ginia never tlrcs. and C. W. TompKlflS,
who with hls sons runs tho Oriusby
borry and dalry fnnri, In Carolinc coun?
ty, near Oulney Station, \vm at this
big corn show with an exhiblt of ten
ears grown from tho fortilo ilelds of
old Carollno county.
Mr. Tompklns walked off with a red
rlbbon and a special prue. That is to
say. In a contest In the tciw?ar booth,
where moro than 200 eoanpctltora
Bhowed up, ho obtalned for old Caro?
llno the second honor.
Honor to Wliotn Honor Trt Dtie.
Jn showlng to me hls lnucJi valued
red rlbbon nml telllng me. n.bout tbe
?>xhlblt, Mr. Tompklns snys: "Profes?
sor S. B. Helgea should share with ma
this much appreclated honor, for the
better part of my sccd was bred by
hlm on hl3 Powhatan farm, accordlng
to the mcthod and the process no bns
advocated in lectures all over Virginia
and North Carolina."
In further explanatlon Mr. Tomp?
klns told me thnt tho corn which won
tho second honor at Omuha and tho
speclal prlze came from a fleld or scv
entren acres, which produced llfty
bushcls to tho acre. It was subsoilcil
land, which had been well rtlsked nnu
worked before plantlng. Tl)e ferti
llzer used was ordlnary farm munure,
to which was ndded about 20 3 pounda
of acld phosphate to thc acre.
As has already been announced, tha
Virginia Corn C.rowcrs* Assoclatlon
will have Hs big meetlng and exblbit
ln this clty in a short whlle. beglnnlng
February 1 and lastlng threo days.
It will be a gathering of corn grow
ers and exhibltors that will attract
attention.
JODiiiNo in i.v.vciinvitf;.
TrndlitK Wltli Guatn nml Pnnmnii b>
(Jovrrnincnt Show Buwlncin Aellvc.
Ibpeclal to Tho Tinies-Dlspatch.J
I.ynchburg, Va.., January 2'J.?ir
nearly al! llnes salesmen have returned
to the road and are sending in very
satisfactcry orders, both for lmmedl
ate and future shipinentn.
Whllo tho dry goods and notlon
trado is a little qulet, the Jobbcrs re
port a good de:nand, and prices strong
Orders now belng received indlcato J
large sprlng buslness. Salesmen re
port stocks in the hands of retallen
were greatly reduccd during the holl
days.
Suitable weather has made rooi!
trade ln shoes among the retailers
nnd orders for immediato shlpment
from tbe f?.ctorles are cornlng ln nlce
ly, whllo the deinand for future shlp
ments ls on the Increase.
Tho pipe and foundry people repon
business as keeping up surprlslnglj
well for the season, and large orden
orc boing received. Ono of tho plp<
foundries here has received n big ordei
from the government for shlpment tc
Guam and Panama, this belng the sec?
ond ordor of this klnd within the las
few months. Tho outlook for sprlnf
buslnoss Is excoodingly cncouraBing
JUNING IS PItOSrEKOL'3,
BusiDi-s-. fn Soiithweet Vlrcinin I* Good aat
Mu*t uf Mlne.. ln Operation.
[Ppeclal to Tho limes-Disputch.]
Bristol. Tenn., January :"9.?The coal mln.
lng- buslness ln tbc Southwest Virginia dls
trlct Is very good at present. Most of th.
mlnes aro belng operalod on an extenalvi
?cale, and the roids are Mnding It dlfficul
to get anything liko thc neoded supply o.
cars to handlo the output. Tho ooktng bua
Iness haH been alowcr. but ls galnlng stead
llv. At present there are ln opcratlon lr
Wlao county about 4.S0O coko ovens, wblt<
orders aro said to bc gainlns, but the prtc
la not what th* operators would llke ti
have In order to make tbc business pront
ablo.
Thus far the Iron lnduBtry ln Eouthwes
Virginia 18 at a standstlll. The Virglnl.
Iron, Coal and Coke company, which own
most of tho furnacos, has not yot dlspose
uf all the Iron it manufactured a year an
moro ago. Tho company haB a very' larg
tonnago on lta yards bere, and thus far ha
Biven no orders with reference to ropatrln
Its Bristol properties. which are ldle.
SlafltfjiaQs^
Atlantic Coast Line
EFKECTIVE JANUARY 30, 1910.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and South: 1:20 A M., 8:15 A M
7:25 P. M. and *10:3S P. M.
For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M? 3:00 P. M.
Kor N. & \V Ry. West 9:00 A. M., 12:10 an
9.-00 P. M.
For Pctersburs: 1:20 A. M., 8:15 A. M., 9<
A. M., 12:10 P. M , 3:00 P. M- ?3:20 P. M.. 6*
P. M., 7:25 P. M , 9:00 P. M.. and 11:30 P. M.
For Goldsboro and Fayettcville: *3:20 P. M.
Traine arrive Richmond daily: 4:40 A. M? 5:1
A M.. 6:50 A. M.. a7K)5 A M.. *S-J5.11:40 A M
?-10:45 A. M.. *1:30 P M.. 2:10 P. M? 6:50 P. M
8:00 P. M and 11:00 P. M.
* Except Sunday. ** Sunday only. a Eicei
Monday.
Tlme of arrival and departure and connectiot
not guarantecd.
C. S. CAMPBEI.L. D, P. A.
RicliiiioiitljFrBflBrlclKVg & Potomac R. 1
T0 AND FROM WASHINQT0N AND BEYONi
lioave Rlohmond
M.HOA.Jt. Moin St.Sta.
?4.50 A.M. Bjrd St.Kta.
*6.20 A.M. llyrdSt.SU.
?J.10A.M. Jlaln St.Sta.
f7.1fiA.M.B)'rd St.Sta.
17.110 A.M..Maln St. Hta.
?8.40 A.M. ByrdKt. Hta.
?18.01noouByrdSt.SU.
+4.00P.M. B?r4 St.Sta,
Sl.16P.iI.Klba Station,
?5.1BP.M JUtu St. Sta.
?8.20P.M. ByrflSt. Sta,
Arrive Rlchmonc
?7.60 A.M. Byrd8t.St
?11.86 A.M. ByrdHuSt
?l.lOI'.M.MahiKt.St
?2.60P.M.ByrdSt.St
*7.16P.M.ByrdSl.St
?7.86 P.M. MalnSt.St
?O.lOP.M.IlyrdSt.St
10.00 P.M.MatuSt.St
10.26 P.M.BjrdSt.St
10.85 P.M.MalnSt.Bt
?1.10nlgbtByrdSt.St
ACC0MMOOATI0N TRAINS-WEEKDAYS.
I.ea?-e Byrd St. Sta. 1.80 P. M. for Fredertckslmr
besre KIba Sta. 7.60 A. H.,4.30 P. M. for Alhlan
Arrlre Byrd St. Sta.8.26 A.M.ftrnin Fredorloksb*
Arrlre KIba SU. 6.40 A.M.,6.80 P.M.froui Aslilan
'Daily. fWeekdaya. JSundays only, V'Dai:
oxcept Monday. All traiu* to or from Byi
Street Statlou (except traina leaving 4,50 a. c
and arrivlnjr no night) atop at Elba. Tlme 1
arrivoU and departures aot euarantoed, Re?
thodigoi.
Norfolk & Western Railwa
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schcdule in Effect January 30. 1910.
r-,&ai.'!UB>'rd Street Station. Richmond, DA1L
.FP,SiiOR1'OLKi y;OU A- "?? 3:00 P. M. FO
LYNCllBURG ANO THE WEST: 9:00 A. 1\
UitO V M? 9:00 p. M. Arrive Richmond: Fro
Norlolk?il:40 A. M., rt:50 P. M, ii:00 P. I
l<rom the West?0:50 A. M., 2:J0 P. M.. 6:50 P. t
Pullman. Parior und Slecping Cars, Cafe Olnii
t-ar? 8. H. BOSLEY,
W. B. BEVILL, D. P. AM Rkbmoud, V
O. P, A? koauaka Va..
tyottls. % _____ _#oteltf.
THE COMMONWEALl
Altavista, Virginia.
New $30,000 Hotel in new million-dollar town. Hot
and cold water. Steam heat. Electric lighted. Telephones
in every room. Thirty guest rooms. Lawn of two acrea
and more. Mountain air. Lovely valleys. Best of water.
Place of rest.
efeummcc 3Rc?fort?(.
ftummer ^etfortsf.
CEDAR CREEK GLEN, ISABELLA STAIRWAY CAV
ERNS?NATURE'S WONDERS. Best of hotel service to
accommodatc visitors^-fall, winter, spring and summer.
Best time to see Natural Bridge and the wonders surround
ing is in the autumn sea.con. Natural Bridge Hotel open all
the year round.
For information and v culars, address
C. H. PAXTON, Manager.
&aajoaosL
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
y.OO A.\ Daily?Fast tralns to Old Point. New
4:00 P. Jport New. and Norfolk.
7:40 A.?Daily Local to Newport News.
5:00 1'.?Daily. Lcal to Old Point.
2:00 I'. \Uaiiy?Louisvillc and Cindnn.lti. Pul
11:00 P. /nuna.
6:45 P.?Daily "St. LouU-Chlca?o SpedaL
Pullmans
8:30 A.?Daily?Chario'.tesville. Week. days?
Clittou Korge.
5:tS P.?Week days. Local to Gordonsville.
10:00 A.?Daily L'burg. Lex. C. Forge.
5:15 I'.?Week days. To Lynchburg
TRAINS ARRIVK lt'ICHMUND.
I.ocal from Ea?t?8:25 A. Mi 7:50 P. M.
Through t'rom East?11:40 A M.. 6:35 P. M.
Local from West? '& JO A. M.. 9:50 A. M., 7:50
P M.
Through?7 J0 A. M , 2:45 P. M.
Jam-s Kiver Line?*S:3S A. M.. 6:00 P. M
?Dai'y exceut Sunday.
RICHMOND AND CHESAPP.AKE BAY KAIL
WAY COMPANY.
Schedule of electric trains to and from
ehland, 6topping at intermeiiale statlons upon
rnal. Lv. Richmond (Broad and Laurel Sls.1.
6:056. *7:1C. 8:104, 9:10, 'MOilO. 11:10 A. M..
?10, 2:10. 3:106. 4:10, 5:10. 6:20, 7:106, 8:10.
.0:10 11:45 P. M. Lv. AshUnd: 'S:Si. ?74, 8,
96. 10. "11 A. M, '12 M.. "I. 2. 3. 46. 5. 0. 7.
8\ 9. ii p. y
? Daily except Sunday. ?? Sunday oaly
6 Carrlei baggage
: i Richmond and Petersburg Declric Railway
Cars leave Manchester. Seventh and Perrf
Strceti. for Petersburg:
?6. 7, 8. ?9. 10. 11. ?12 P. M., 1. 2. 'J, 4. 5.
??5:45. ?6. 7. 8, '9. 10 P. M.
UflO P. M. for Cbester. 12.-00 midolght for
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg. foo*. Sycamore Street,
tor Manchester:
5:15, 0:35. ??7:15, ,7::-i. 8:15. 9:35, '10:35.
11:35 A. M., 12:35, '1:35, .'.'.".. Ji*5, '4J5. 5:35
6:35. ?7 35, 8:35. 9:35, ?10:40, 11:4J P J.L'
' Carries baggage and express.
?? Limited, txcept Sundays and holida/s.
All cars from Petersburg connect with cars for
Richmond.
Southern Railway.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following echedule figures publlshed as
information and not guaranteed:
6:20 A. M.?Daily.?Local for Charlotte.
10:45 A. M.?Daily?Limited?For all point*
South. Pullman and Day Coaches.
6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday?Keysvllle LocaL
11:45 P. M.?Daily?Limited, for all polnti
South. Pullman ready 9:30 P M.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?To West Pt* connectlng
for Baltimore Mon., Wed. and Frl.
4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. M ?Mon.,
Wed. and Fri.?Local to West Point
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 7:00 A. M-. 9:30 Pv M., daily;
8:40 A. M., Ex. Sun., 4:10 P. M. Daily (Local).
From West Point, 9:30 A. M., daily; 10:45 A. -NL.
Wed. and Fri.; 5:45 P. M., Ex. Sun.
S. E. BURGESS. D. P. A.,
920 E, Main St Phone Madison 455.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Richmond
daily 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norlina. Raleigh,
Charlotte, Wilmingten. 1:18 P. M.?Sleepers anj
coaches, Atlauw. dirraingham, Savannah, Jack
vsonvillc and r.orida points. 7:40 P. M.?To Flor
Ida po'nU. 10:12 P. M.. 10:45 P. M.?Sleepers
and coaches Savannah, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Bir
mingham and Mtmphla. Northbound trains sched
uled toarrivc Richmond daily: 4:20 A. M. 7:00
A. M. 7:25 A. M. 5:05 P. M.. 5:10.P. M
a. |
Baltimore Steam Packet Co.
Equipped with wlreless telegraphy.
TO BALTIMORE AND THB NORTH VIA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT*
Leave Richmond Daily except Sundny 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. Co. 7:00 P. M. (one day ln Norfolk)
Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday, Wcdnesday
end Friday).
Tlcketg at nll offtces For staterooms apply to
II. M. HOYK1N. Agent, 830 East Main Strcet.
^?rTBowman"
ron
Winter Cruises to Bermuda,
Spanish Main, Nassau,
Panama Canal, HaVana
and the Orient
Hailsome IUuetvatcrl nonkletu, Sui'lu*
LUt? ?nd lttncTi?xlc? _
rurnlBhod on appllcatlon to
Samuel H. Bowman,
| Bouthern Paasenger Atront for All '!
Llnos,
T08 E, Mttltt Street, moaMON"D," VA.1
Teleptioue 9I?tU?oa B104, ?
trstronlae Xlotue induutry and Bulld l'?
Jloiue iC^te-rprlfiej ^__J
cS>teamboat?i.
)LD DOMfNIONTlNE
FOR NORFOLK AND NEW VORK.
Steamers Brandon and Berkley. Daily
rave Richmond (foot of Asli bu ...7*0 P. M.
eave Newport News .5:00 A. M.
rrivc Norfolk .6:00 A. .\L
Connecting with main llne steamers Isaving
orfolk lor New York daily except Sunia/ 7:OJ
I'are: Betwe-n Riciimond and Norfolk. S-. i:i
udlng stateroom bertb* meals, 50 cents.
Trains via Norfolk and Western Ry. at 3 P. M.
id i ..-.;.- it - and Ohio Ry. at 4 P M. .. .,
mnect with New York tteamers.
Night llne steamers Brandon and Berkeley.
op at Chremont wharf to land passengers an 1
i eignal to receive them
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY. ?
?rr.es Rlver by daylighl for Norfolk. Old Point.
cwport News and all James River landln^s.
teamer Mobjack leaves Old Doinimon wharf
londay, Wedn-sday and Friday at 7:03 A. M.
are to Norfolk, J1.2S; iecond ?;,.?, S1.00; meals.
j cents. Freighl received for all laudin;* cn
imn Rlver.
Tickets ou eale O. D. & a Co.'s office. 821 S.
lam St.. or 809 E. Maln SU The Jeilerson and
turphy's HoteL
lerchants and Miners Transportalion Co.
Norfolk to Hoston, Mass., and
ProTldence, R. I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boeton Sun., Tue.
nd Fri.; for Providcnce Mon.. Thur. and Sat at
P. M. Passengers and frcight taken lor ail
i'cw England points. Ticketa on nale at oHir
:. & O. Ry.. N. & W. Ry.. .S. H Bowman, 704
^ist Main, and Rlch. Trans. Co.. 809 E. Main.
OTjere to &top in Vitqinia.
IHE JEFFERSON,
Richmond, Va.
The most magnificent Hotel in
thc South. European plan,
Rooms sing'e and en suite, with
and without baths. $1.50 per
day and upwards. Spacious sam
ple rooms. Booklet on applica
tion.
Table d'Hote Dinners Saturday
and Sunday evenings 6 to 9 o'clock,
$1.50 each.
MURPHY'S HOTEL
(Incorporatedi
EUROPEAN PLAN.
RICHMOND. ..-- VIRGINIA
JOHN MURPHY. Manager.
A strictly modern hoase, fronting on threei
treets, in the heart uf bcautiful Riciimond,
Rooma fronting every woy.
The most ccntratly located hotel ln Richmond
belng sltuatcd at the conier of Twclfth and Main
Streets. All cars pasa the Lcxingtoti. Every
modern convenience.
FELIX KEEGAN and
J. E. DONAHUE.
Proprietors.
fifDAVIS HOTEL
HICHMOND. VA.,
Oppotiltc Muln Street Stntlon.
I?urupcuu or Amerlcau.
Convenlontly altuatod to ahopptns
distrlct. Evorythingr new and up-to
dato. AU cara pass tho aoor. Capac
ity. 75 rooms. Restaurant unexcellod.
J. LEEJ DAVIS,
Ownor and Proprletor.
J&usiiwta 5S82?H58!SL
CA5H FOiflOEAS
Invontors vdili Ideitn comrnunlcate ulth usj,
We Bec'ure'ond promote puteutu. Free boofc"
PVTENT nEVBLOPjnSNX COUPORATION,
Uliue SaVlngi Xlunlt._AVmulngton, P. O.
THAT PROTECT
PATENTS ?*W'ffi'
Attvlot nnd Booki Kme. RiUb Riaaonabli. Hlgheat
HitirinoB). Usa Sarvloos,
WATS0N E. COLEMAN, Patent Uwyer,
019 P SU AVASHINQTOyf, P. O. ,

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