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ONE CENT PER WORD when paid fn advance. No Ad. taken for Icjj than TEN CENTS. NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY.FIVE CENTS when phoried in or charged at thc countcr. FOR JJUSINESS CONTRACTS Phone Monroe 1 lor thc WANT AD MAN to call 3lo?t nnb jfounb. ?<)st." sunDa y'last. On' CaJ?esii?T-I car, elllt iimbrciiii, gold handle, marked "A. M. T." lf louml plcuso nolify P. O. Box ?i'. _______ LOST, yi'HTr.HlJA Y, WHITE ENAMEL wreath, net with goven dlamonds, Roward inii.i ir returncd to 1410 Bi .Muln, or phono MadlBOn 192. L< IST, A~"t II'NMiiTAL" WATCI I.~ XV i'l'l I goi.i rritiK'-d roii, lu tho Virglnia Hospital, or mi Clay street botweon Klevcntli nml Flfth, or on Flfth Htreet between Clay alid LelKh. Re? ward ir returned to Mlss LUCV !?'. CillJSON, !?<)<! I'ark Avei.u.-. $.'?'? REWARD FOIt HMADL DIA.MOND ringj set; dropped ln MaJtonlc Tcmpie or between templc and Kleiunoml Hotcl via Iiroud streei, Wednesday t.lKiit, 0th; ALDKN BULL, lloumi of I'el'.'Kilter. L< iV'V. ill-.i' i<"iVvN.\ NE'.'K. PIECE ON l-'runkiln Stroet, bolwocn Henry and ein'-, Thursday nfternoon, February i". LIberal reward lf returncd to 004 XV. Vranklln._ LOST.' YESTERDAY, IN CENTRAL part ot cltv or Mancbester, $-.o?two ten?. Klnder please return t>j 526 N. I'iftli Street and receive reward. ?/ ?"]'. Ii ETW*EBN ^RICHMOND COL* ogc and Y. M. C. A? watch fob of Mfxtcan money. Return to K. II. ICENT, Richmond College. Reward, WANTED 100 MEN TO OO TO DREW* RY'S BLUFF AND OTI1EK POINTS TO CUT t'OKD WOOD; IIIOI1EST WAGE8 PAID. TALL IN MORNINU BETWEEN HOI'ltH OF 10 AND 1. tit.'LOCK. li- V. Ml.-ni'HY & SON, IN'C. WHOLEf'ALE WOOD DEPART MENT. I 8. UTIl ST.i B. 1*. FOOTE ? SON. SADLri AND PURCHASINd AGENTS. .VVa1?TEdT COMMETiCIAL ARTIST for rctouchlng, letterlng nnd alr tirnph: state experience. knox* VLU_B ENGRAVING CO., Knoxville, Tc-nn. __ !wXNTED7~5EVEItAD GOOD. S'f'ltONG white men lo work on farm; gecu flalary and comfortahlo ciuarttrs. Address J. B. H., Tettlngton. Vn. WANTED, BOY ,T_0= CARRY PAPERB nn pmall Tlmes-Dlspatch Ka.?t hnd route. Address B 51, care Tlmes* Dlspatch._ LEARN SALEBMANSHIPi EARN $1,000 to SS.000 per year; wo furnUb stu? dents posltlona where they can earn $100 per month whlle atudylnu. PRACTICAL SCHOOE OF BALES* MANSHIP, Now Haven ''onn.__ WANTED. AT ONCE, FIRST-CLASS vest-maker; steady loh guaranteed. Addre-B WM. WALLH Wll n. N. C. Jll-N WANTED TO I'UEPA I IE FOR rallway examinatlons,; eorninenca* ment salary S'sOO; preparatlon free F^RANKlls^NSTITL'Ti:. Dept 403 U Rocncster, N. Y. Ml'N-WANTED; LEARN BARBER t'fade- new mctnod. requlring only sl*. wcekc; toois furnlshed; po.ltlons ?ectlredi Write NEW YORK BAR? BER .SCHOOL. 2 Rlvlngton Street, New \:ork._, WANTED. IN EVERY CITY AND town ln State. organizers for first class fraternal bencnt assoclation, novel cii.l mtlciuc plan: ftne oppor? tunlty; send three references. Box 45. Newport Nowh. Va._____, iBHtuatians c5_tanti-&. iWaifc WANTED-rYOONG MAN. EXPERI* eneed, wants posltlon ln gents fur ulshlnga at once; good refcrence;:. C 100. cure Tirnes-Dlspatcn._ WANTED?BY ENEROETIC YOUNG city salesman. posltlon wllh v.liolc Bale house carrylng general llne. A li. caro TlmeS'Dlspatcli. > ^VANTBD-^YOUNQ MAN. WITH SEV eral years' eatperlenco ln offlc*. wants ofrice" work; sood references; -.wlll work cheap where there ls promo? tlon c ni. eara Tlmea-Dlapatcb. Fw-Tntkd POSITION by YOUNG MAN htTvlng?soven years' experlenco . as hank teller and bookkcepcr; wislies change to something requlring Us eye work: wlll mako good man for Tome one lf glven a onweorany.tWPB .onsldered- Addre.s D 1.4. cart Tlmeg-Dlspatch r^cil7Nc_^iAI3IE-r AND GIRLS DESIR IT^ns? polttlona wllh pleasant sur* ? roundlaga and good P'y."""0'^ I tietter than write or apply to i ti* \ WHITLOCK BRANCH. Twenty-thlrd Rnd cary Ptreets. Richmond. Va. rW\NTED, WOMAN 25 OR :15 YEARS Pom to keep house for fa^<*:tw? I wlll furnlsh Bpodnrooms'. nuwt aa, Mlst in cooklng. Apply -*.-? *-? *uu"1 Street__? eSvANTED, EXPERIENCED SjVWSS* lady; refcrence required. 510 East ' Broad,_ 'WVNTED7 A COOK AND Yv'ASlILE ior a famlly of three; room on place, a pfiv >2020 Grove Avenue._ ?tvlL?TTED7T~COOK, AT 1S20 MONU ment Avenue; none need apply With out referencc. ^'TvTEDN ^i^OSITION AS HOUSE ^kc^ev c'.r matron.lw^naUtuUon. Ad* dress "MATRON." Y W, g. A? LU> Vvl^itlE^CrTD STENOGRAPHEF ^^ts half day's work mornlnc or evenlng. C 101, caro Tlmeb-Dls patch. _ _. YOUNG LADY, GRADUATE PHARMA 1 ofit. desires posltlon; ftve ycars ex; perience ln wholesalo aiul . letal. drug store; best references; prwJVJP: tion or la'boratory work woto^ Address MISS H. E. B-, t> E. llamp stead St., Charles __>.?_--__ WANTED. IMMEDIATELY. BY RE A rmed young lady, a posItlonrl? am klnd of oillce (lawyer's, rallroad, in suvance, wholesalo, retall. dootor't or'store, aa wrlting; oxperlene. nnd hlghest reforenco as to char ncter aml abllity (no stenoKraphor) llno buslness lmnd. Address V 163 caro Tlmcs-Dlspatch. &elp, Malt antj _f emale. _ AT?Y^NTLrELlcT'ENT PERSON MA5 earn good Income correspondlns fo xs_tagrcWfcHFS8 BURBAUt' Waahlngton, D.'C_ wXvI'llDnjOOD GENERAI. WOMAt nr man sleep home; two ln tam y must be llraf-olnsB. pltvln eook^wU best city referenco ln vegard t' pany. Apply t>Y lcttor t0 C 83, uai Tlmes'Dlspatch. _.? hVANTHD,-' eTBNOORAPHlHKW, BOOK r keeners ofllce clerks, hotol app 1 i can ts! .alesludlea. aaloamen, black I Btnlths irlntorH. lumhermen .(gQO ^arlesi.'piEDMONT EMPLOYMEN* I AGENCY. Dtirhitni. N. C ' Mwiw&i (?yporttmitt'etf. ISONEY^LOANE'b TO^INVENfoRS T< I patent good Ideas. JOHN WEDDISR I iiitiiv r<fiiiitnilst. Hrooklarid. D. O. Poarbing. LARGE, IirtlOHT AND ATTRACTIVIO rooms for rent, wlth or wlthout board. Reasonable rates. Refer? ences requlred. '412 North Elghth Street. 'Phono Mndlson 7600. BOARDINO?HELECT B 0. A PvD IN.G liotiso: loi'gc, hrlglit rnonls: renson iii.u rates,?.... 1003 W. Grace_, WANTED, 'i'WO CATHOL1C YOUNO men in prlvate famlly, Address A 18, 'are TlmcH-Dlspatcl). WANTECr1, TWO dENTLBMEN BOARD* ers Iii prlvate futnllj- Oll Sttmrt Ave nuo; also tablo boardors. Address B 70, cure T|me??PKpatch. _ WANTED, BOARDERS KOR BECONp storv front room; drcsslng room nt tachcd; also tnble hoardera. Apply 209 E, Grncc._ JSoarti SSHaittcb. antijk, " To'''];.Nt0f.\N<-;ir^Pi'\>'t5 for room an,i board by inan. Ad dress H OS, care Tlmes-DIspatch. ftoom0 (or &ent. ROOMS FOR 1IENT, CENT RA LLY 1.0 - cated, ftirnliihcd or unfurnlshed. 807 East Graco Street, _ FOR RENT, BRIOHT, WELL. FUR nlshed room; good liotird. 11 1-2 H. Thlrd Ut._ ONK ELEOANT FURNISHED ROOM. convrnlent to bath; prlvate famlly. 112 East Clay Street._ BRIGHT FRONT ROOMS. WITH meal*. on South Thlrd, Madlson n.-.ig-j. jflars for Sent. FOR RENT, W 12 tt L- F 0 R N IS H E D housekccplng apartment, tho Han? over,' conslstlng of two bed rooms, bath, prlvate ball; den, dining room and llbrary, kltchen, pantry, etc. Ap? ply E. V. LORD, Apartment 2, The Hanover, corner Adams and Frank _lln_Street?._i Tl l B CH ESTER Fl BLD APARTM 15NT Co.?Tenant wishes to rent beautl? fully furnlshed, sunny apartment of three rooms nnd bath, for from two to slx months; possesslon February I". Apply MANAGER_ FO 11 RENT,""A -FIVE-ROOM APA RT ment, Virginia Flats, fourth lloor, north side._ UlTE jfpTTTKD OL a"sI7 APARTMENT ot the Hanover. furnlshed, conslstlng of two rooms, bath room and prlvate hnlls; thlrd floor, south western ex? posure; Tlcllghtftil summer or wlnter quartcrs. Apply at 100 East Graco Street. &eal gffet^Majtoi^I^ WANTED, LOT IN GINTER PARK. Address B 86, caro Tlmes-DIspatch. WANTED, FROM PeBRUARY"! 6 OR 17 to Aprll 1, by Northern couplc. cotnplotcly attractlvely furnlshed house of slx or seven rooms; must bo In very qulet nelghborhood, not over ten minutes' drlve from Jof rerson liotei; wiil give $125 a month: must be electric lighted and steam heated: modern; cau furnlsh best reference; no children. Apply by let? ter only. C 109, care Tlmes-Dispatch. WANTED, NEAR?3VEST KAM PT ON O B Ashland lines, to rent or buy. mc dlum-slze house, or Wlll purchase few acres and bulld. Real estate agents nnd others answer with partlculars. G 799. care Tlmes-DIspatch. 3Rfal (Estate fo?^ale^_ FArSjT'aND TIWMER UArrtj?.?M? new eatalogue contalns 400 farms and tlmber lands; be*t bargains ln Vlrglnla. I pay your rallroad fare, Wrlte for frc? cutalogue. Address J. R. ELaM. Box -'.1. Charlottesvllii. Va._ FOR SALE.?SPECIAL BAKuAINS IN 1 lots on Floyd Avenue, Main and Carv Streets west of tho Boulovard. Anp'lv 015 Brook Avenue. 'Phone Madlson 1167._ A NICE GROVE AVENUE LOT. GO BY 17'.'.9 decp, between Shepherd and West Street. just above Soldlers' Home, on north side; you know this Ih an cxceptlonal blg bargain; see us at once; $60 per foot. AMOS ? I"OINDEX't'ER. 1110 E. Main-_ WIUTE AT ONCE FOR FREE RA1L road tickets io vlslt Greenwood Park on our speclal cars, 210 and 310 Saturday and Sunday. To every one answerlng thls ad. we wlll give a numbered coupon, whlch wlll entltle them to our free drawing for large plot and S1.500 house. White D.W1D F. WATSON. 904 E. Marshall St. FOREST HILL. ONB-HALF ACRE, two squares from park: cheap for cash to quick purchaser. Address Il 58, care Timcs-Dispatch._ FARMERS, SPECULATORS, INVES tors.?lt thls ls not a bargain there are none to be found; 1.1-10 acres plantatlon. located In Spotsylvania county, Va.. elght mlles from pros perous rallroad town; good brick and frame dwelllng of ten rooms; two tobacco barns; good horse barn; rr.achlne sheds, granary; buildings could nol bo bullt for S5.000; 17b acres under cultivation; good, rlch chocolatc sotl that wlll grow wheat. corn. oats, hay and tobacco abun dantlv; balauce ln plne and oak tlm? ber. esttmated at 1.000,000 feet. Buy thls magnlfleent estate of the own? cr at the owner's prlce, $S,S00. Call on or address tho owner, E. GOY 1NGS, 1301 F.. Main St.. Richmond, Va. 90 ACRE FARM. W1THIN 12 MILES of Richmond. Va.; 1 1-2 mlles from Elko, on Chesapeako and Ohlo; 1 1-2 miles from Meadow Statlon, on Southern; dwelllng and outbulldlngs 5600; tlmber, $250; land only $15 pci acre:' a snap. SOMMERVILLli TRUST CO, INC Newport News, Va.: three phones. __?^_________ ^eramrals^ HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT aND SOLD at HUGHES'P. 209 Nortb Thlrd. IF YOU WANT GOOD PRINTING, SEE ANDERSON PRINTING CO., 3 Gov? ernor St._ ALL STYLES OF WAGONS B'OR ALI purposes at R. II. BOSHER'S SONS, 15 South Ninth Street. _ RICHMOND REFrNVNQ COMPANY 1709 East Cary Street, Clty Coniriio tors. Dead anlmals removed at once ?Phone Monroe 3027. Buyers of tal low and bones._ ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE BEST sausage made. It's SMITHFIELD ABSOLUTE PURITY AND FREEDOIV from organlc matter?flve gallons foi 25c?Holly Sprlngs Lithla Water ?Phones: Madlson 6232 and 5621. &oultrP"^e^mip_iLib? fetocfe, TW'XT'MODEL INCUBATOR&T^'ecSnTJ ltaiid; good as new; capaclty, 260 am :i00; prlce, $20 and $20; nlso severa brooders, $5 aplooe, Address E, J HARRISON, Cartersvllle. Va. FOR SALE, MALE SETTER PUP, SO months old; not broken; cheap raised wlth childron. 2505 Vonabl Stroet._ FOR SALE, ONE CYPRESS 400-EGI lncubator; also two eypresa Style" ] outdoor brooders: lateat pattcrn ono Chatham 200-cgg lncubator, wlt] outdoor brooder; ono Ideal 200-eg: lncubator, wlth outdoor brooder only used for one liatch: wlll be sol at a great saorlflco through lllnest as owner is golng away. FRED BUR DEN, Box 3. Wayorly. Va. _ FOR SALE, NICE DRIVING HORSl! sound and gentlo; clty brolte, wlt plenty style and speod. II XV, Duva htroot. Beal Csftate for Bent. \\''ANTED.*"7rO' RENT U^xTpTrTbI house or elght rooms for $25, or wll ront furnlshed for $50; Stuurt Ave nue. Addrosa B Sl, caro Tlmea-DIs patch,_ FOR RENT, ONE S1X-ROOM. TWO story corner house, West Flyd Ave into; suulease to Soptember 1; choai: overythlng modorn, .Wi'lto O-Pl^ car DAILY PUZZLES! What bird? ANSWER TO VKSTERDAT'S rtZZI.E. I-'enclng. Jfor ?>ate. FOR SALE, THE CONTROLLING IN terest ln medium clze, long cstabllsh ed hoslery mlll) splendld opportu? nity for man of small capital. Ad dresfl HOSIERY MILL, caro Timcs Dispatch. FOR SALE.' FORTY~GENGTne U. s! McClellan saddlcs. RICHMOND HAR? NESS CO., 16 North Elghteenth Street._,_? WAGONS AND BUGGIES TO SUIT you at RICHABDSON BROS.. 615 Brook Avenue. FINE OPPORTUNITY?OOOD RES taurant for stalc; good locatlon and good business. Address B 54, caro. Times-Dlspatch._ BURNT WHEAT.?ANOTHER CAR load burnt wheat, $1-50 per 100 pounds; cheap: good feed for chlck? ens. XV. J. TODD, 426 North Sixth _Streot._ FOR SALE, HANDSOME QUARTERED oak buffct. oak chlna press and wal nut suit of furnlture. 10 N. hcvciit'.i Street. _ FOR SALE HANDSOME ANTIQU11 wardrobe, 3-door mirror front. 16 North Sevenlli Street._ FOR'SALE, LARGE bTOCK OF GRO cery, laundry and buslnes3 wagons; also surreys. statlon wagons, run? abouts. buggies and phaetons. R, II. BOSHER'S SONS._ FOR SALE. VALENTINES. 4 for lc. TOMPKINS' NEW STORE, oll W. Broad._ For sale. one surrey. rubber tlres $50; one phaeton, rubber tlrer, $10 ? one top buggy, rubber tires, $30. Several delivery wagons reasonable. A MEYER'S SONS, 731 East Cary Street._ FOR SALE. TWELVE YEARS' ESTAB llshcd milllnery; golng out on ae? count of 111 health; terms very mod t-rate. 18 XV. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. _ FOR SALE. ONE LARGE F1LTER, made by tho New York Filtcr Com? pany; capable of fllterlng water for large hotel or office building; prlce, $100 f. o. b. Richmond; a bargain. Address HARRINGTON MILLS, Hotel Grafton. Washlngton. D. C._ FOR SALE, TWO CERTIFICATES OK Crafts Piano Company, $75 and $50; total. $125: S20 takes both. Apply D -123 1-2 N. Slxth._ FOR SALE, TIIE 8ECHLER BUGGY; strong; built to stand rough uso; runabout. $25: top buggy. $50; busi? ness buggy, open and wlth top. rub? ber or steel tlres. $65 and up; sur reys. $75 and $95 to $2^5; grocery wagons and farrn wagons; one phae? ton. $35; good us new. THOS. II. DUKE & CO.. S04 Brook Avenue. swltftfots ano Jjalesmcit, SAirEsSlEN' WANTED. TO CARR"! sldc line of high-grade unlon-made overalls. Writc Box 222, Martins? ville. Va. WANTED. A FIR6T-CLASS SPECIAL ty saiesman on commission basls; best references requlred; excluslve terrltory; good money for right man. c: 105. care Times-Dlspatch. _ WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that Jahnko Bros., Jewclers. 912 East Main Street, buy. sell. ex? change and remount dlamonds ln the latest styles. Old gold and sll? ver tSKcn ln exchange._ IF YOU WANT FIRST-CLASS J013 prlntlng, bring us your work. AN? DERSON PRINTING CO., 3 Governot Street. AUTOMOBILES REPAINTED IN FIN e-st manner at R. H. BOSHER'S SONS, 15 South Ninth Street. WE WANT THE WAGE-EARNER Ai well as others. to call tho FIRS1 NATIONAL BANK OF RICHMONI hls bank. We want to asslst him t< acqulro tha hablt of savlng. If yot are not a deposltor, commence to day. Three per cent. lnterest paic ln savings depaitment. Banklni house No. 1101 East Main Street. .. Dispatch. WANTED. YOU TO GET OUR PRICES on your prlntlng: wc do lt goo< and quick. ANDERSON PRINTINC CO., 3 Governor Street. Coal ano flj&ooto._ wood'~that b"urns and giVeI heat; wlth damper turned. gives mor heat and lasts longer. When draf 13 on half of heat goes out chim ney. I have the right kind. LONG'S 'Phone Monroo 132a_ QUALITY AND QUANTITY AR1 guaranteed from us. We have oak plne or slab wood, and our price are right. We please averybody. Phono Madlson 6913. NORTH CARO LINA WOOD AND COAL CO., 82 Brook Avenue. _ ifliSttllancous^ Ishoe, r"epair1nu. 75c. half-solb men's shoes; la dleB\ 60c. Every pair sewed. Bes leather. DREWS ELECTRIC SHOI FACTORY. 716 East Main. "Phon. Monroe 2667. Wlll send for shoes am return._ ___ BUCHANAN'S N1GK1 SCHOOL. BOOKKEEPING. CIVIL SBRVICI branches ond elocutlon. 908 Eas Clay Street._ FOR MAN OR BEAST. FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONB LTNI ment Over forty years' test prove, it the best. 25c a bottle at all drug giats._._ -fOUC MILLER QUARTET. i?TTPnr<n?! NOW ON SALE. COM1 and 1?ear them. Better than th orlglnal C. B- HAYNES & CO. -JFLORiari. FUNERAL DESIGNS. Jl TO ?S. M. A WHITTY._ BAKERY. EVERYTHING GOOD AT MUELLER' New York Electric Bakory. Flrsl class homemado breod, caltes an plos o, speclalty. 110 Wnst Broa Street. 'Phone Madlson 2580._ ' r '" ANTIQUES5. ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNVTUR* furnlture repaired, pollshod an packed; upholsterlnjf, etc. L. l ARNALL, 318 Brook Avenue, 'Phou Madlson 6277. AUTOMOBILES. WE ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY O repalntlng automoblles. R. h, BOSU ?^JOl? SONS. ,15 South Ninth Streot. carriTgesT WAGONS AND BUGG1E repainted and repaired ln best sty at?R. H. BQJ$HER'$ SONS. 15 Sout Ninth Stroetk -- ?Hantco. Vv.vN'i'juorftfB-'uv i.'oR't:.\!-i'i,'iionsE hoi.i goods in uny quantity* 'Fliono M^'iison ns.",l. ni'iiii-;bt"cash I'KK'KH paid r-*on Hccond-hnnd elothes, slioea, etc. Sc:nd poBtnl. .1. hVHOnu 1903 E. Main. V,.\N'ii;i>, a'll KINDS ol-' COMMER chii prlntlng; quICK delivery: rca onable prlces- ANDERSON PRINT fNO CO., 3 Opvcrnor St. WANTED, II0B8E AND TOP BUOCIY; reasonable, Address c 102, caro Tlnii's-Dlfpati-h. _ ___ EXPERIENCED BT IINOGRA PHER wants half dny'.n work, mornlntt or evenlng. 0 101, caro Tlmes-DIs? patch._ WANTED. FURN1TIJIFb AND HOUSE hold effects to sell nt auction. im mediate returns. MAYO halvage CORPORATION. 1102 East Main. 'Phonn Madlson 7310. fIblT burned to Injurics Received by Mrs. Clarke Provc Fatal in Short Time. [Speclal toThc Tlmes-DIspatch.] Staunton, Va., February 10.?Mrs. Rowerta Clarke, a wealthy wontan of Charleston, S'. C., who spent much <>r hor tlmo here wlth her granddaughter. Mr.-*. T. T. Fauntleroy. was fatally burned here to-day and dled shortly after tho accldent. Her dress caught [trom an ovorheated stove while sho was standlng near lt, wlth no ono else ln the room. She was burned from head to foot before her granddaughter, who soon entered the room, could extlngulsh the flames. She was about elghty-rtve ycars old and qulte feeble. She llvod only about four hours after the accldent. \\ omaii SertotiKly Ilurneil. [Speclal toThe Times-Dispnteh.l Winston-Salcm, N. C-, February 10.? Mrs. Edward Marshall was porlutps fa tallv burned at her homo here to-day. While preparlng dinner she accldent nliv knocked a small bottle of turpen? tlne Oft thc wlndow. lt foll nn a Stove and Ignited. Mrs. Marshall S dress came in cotitact wlth tha flames. The woman rushed ln tho front room. plcked up her your, and a half chlld, carried it out In ttfe yard, and sat it down. Reallalng her helplessness, sho then rushed to the home of a nelgnbor, and was met by a young man. who threw water on the woman from th" hydrant ln thc yard and assisted her in removing her dress and cxtinguisn ing thc flames. .?_ Mrs. Marshall has been ln a comn lose. state ever slnce the accldent. and lt ls feared that she inhaled some of the flames. Little hope ls entertalned for her recovery. _ PASSENGBR TRAI.V WRECKEI). Cnglne Thrown frpm Track by ltuu uIuk Iuto Cows. rSDecial to Tho TlmnH-Dispatch.] Moifterev. Va.. February 10 -The southbound passenger traln on lhe GroenhrTerdlvlsion?of'lhe .ChMWgM and Ohlo was wrocked early yesterdaj morning between Bartow and Uurbln. near the western termlnus of tne road. The traln. at a high speed. ran lnto some cows? the engine belng deraile.1. It ran some dlstance on the frotfen sod, atil "urned turtlc. The engineer had his arm tom from his body. Ho .\as th* onlv ono seriously hurt, and lt ls thought he wlll rccovor. FINED FOR KILLINU DEER. Tbrcf Citizens Indl^Ted ?? Warrant SYiorn Out hy Game Wnrden. rSnccial to The Timcs-Dispatch.J SpoFsvlvanla. Va., Eebruary 10. Fred-riek L. Ffazer. deputy U-easurer, wimam H. Stanley. Sr.. and Cleveland Coo^weve yesWd'ay brought before Justlces John Day Waller and Benja mln F Eastburn on warrants swoin ut bv Game Warden John Thomas Coleman. chargtn* them with ciiasing and killing a deer on ;^?urar,-',11Qs *??& Thr- court imposcd a line ot 510 eacn anTh0Ve0and costs wove; pald by> each party, and they were thon aiscnargca. Dclov in Countiug of TJnllota. rSnccial toThc Times-Dlspatch.1 Washington, D. C. Feoruary 10.? Th? courtfr.g '3t the ballots in the Par sons-Saunders contest didn't begin to davT as Judge Saunders had not re turi.ed from Virginia, where he had gone to attend thc funeral ot nis moth tr-ln-law. _??-1 ? -?? ?tart Construction of Brldge. (Special to The Times-Dlspatch.] SallBbury, N. C, February 10.?Thc flrst big cable to be used in the con? struction of a brldge for the uso of thc Southbound Railway Company, be? tween Winston-Salem and \\ adesboro, was stretched across the Yadkin Rlver at Whltney, Stauly county. yesterday. ? ? .?????? Kllled l<y Sairmill Exploslon. t Special to Th? Tlrnes-Dlsnatch.] Ashevlllc, N. C February 10.?By the exploslon of a sawmlll on Sheltan Laurei. Madlson county, at noon to dav tho son of Gidcon Cutshaw was kllled, and several men severely wounded. Seutenccd fop noublng Store. rsnreial to The Tlmes-DIspatch.] Lynchburg. Va., February 10.?In the Corporatlon Court to-day LewSs Jic Lanc colored, was glven two years n prlson on the charge of stor,e-robbms \rgument for New Trlnls. rSpeolal to Tho Tirnes-Dlspatch.l Lynchburg, Va.. February 10.-?Judge Barksdalo, of the Campbell Clrcull Court ln chambers, hero to-day heard artrument for now trials in slx cases aeainst tho Virglnlan Railway, ln whloh verdicts aggrcgating $5,000 were rendered for burning at the last tonv of his court. Thc motion waa taken under advisement untll to-morrow. .- m Iiiuulx f*,r Street .Improvement. rsneclftl toThe Tlmes-Dlspatoh.] Jurllngton, February 10?At thr i 1 uoon" tho'auestlon of issulng 550,000 bonds for additlonal street improve? ment'. The city ia now spendlng $35, 000 on streets. _ LOSES SUIT FOR DIVORCE. Jiulie Rules Advcrsbjy to Mrs. Klngan ?? \fdou Agnluat Hu?bnnd. rSueclol to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.] Staunton, ^a,. February 10.?Judge Hyitrv W. Ilolt. of tho Corporatlon Court to-'lav ruled adversely to Mrs. Roborta Klngan. in a suit for dlvorce against her husband, D. A. Klngan, u mcrehant Jewolep of thls clty, whose marltiul troubles havo boen ulred ln tho courts for many months. After Mrs Klngan brought suit for dlvorce Klngan sued James A. Wehn for $lo, 000 damage, for tho auenation of IiU wlfo's alteotlons, and shortly al'lot ceased Wehn one the street and shot n hlm with ? rovolver, the shot galns wild He was trled for thla, and sent rnced to pay a lino ar.d to servo a tern ln iall, Tlie Oovernur, on potltlon oi cltlzous. shoi'tenad tho- juil sonteucc. Ho lost tlio damage suit when I came to rlul, but to-day's rullng dc toats the attempt of hla wifo to sequri 0, dlvorce._ SUOT UY UNKNOWN PARTIES. Negro Called From jil? Houno nud Uan * H?roii?ly Woumled. rspoolal loThQ TimoB-Dtspatch.'l Fttyettovlllo, N. C? Fobruary 10, .Tuke McNelll, a negro, livlng ten mlle from Fnyotiovllle., wus callad tvom. lii house late last ?Wit by unknown par tles, who oliUmutl thoy wliihod. to h|r him to dlg Btumpa. R8 waa jn0 twioo with a .?l-l-cftllUre pi8tol, lt t sald that .tlm porvetxaipra WWfll con MATI3 ill rcn;i) AT BB.i. Accldent on ScltOorier Wlilch Rcmilicd ln llealli or Seinimii. Norfolk. Vn., February 10.?Severai any? overduo, and llylng imi- llag linlf-magt, rcportlng a death aboard aml li.iilnl ,.t .....-,, iu- tlii-.T-nnstril schooner Elizabeth CUlborl paa o.i in the Virglnia capea al 10 o'clock thls mornlng ln tow, fnr Norfolk. Albert Yciiton, of Prospeot Ilarhor. Me., tho Rchooncr'a mitte, was rcnorte.d by hor master upon ln.-r nrrivai here to have been kiiicd by a falling spar, iiiul tln? body btirled at sea. Tho Ellzabotlt Gilbert was bound from Portland. Me., .lanuary Sl, foi Jacksonvl'lle, via Norfolk. TlicnloKlcnl flttidcnl Cnlleft*. ISpeclal toThe Tlmcs-Dlspatch.] Staunton, Va., February 10.?Thc congrogatlon of Tlnkllng Sprlng Pros byterlan Church, Flshersvllle, Uoh cx tOnded ii call to Rev. Jarnca Osc Mann, a .student at Unlon Thcolocic.il Bomlnary, Richmond, to he grnduatod iu Juno. He BUpplted tho pulpit last nunimer. Ho Buccoeda Rov. George XV. iTnley. D. D., dcc.cascd. Ohildren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORiA iflectmgs. OFFICE VIRGINIA. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, Illclunond, Va., Foh. 10, 1910. ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKIIOLD ERS.?The regular annual meeting of Stockholders wlll hc held at the company'a otnc.c, No, 1015 East Maln Street itichmond, Va., on TUESDAY. the 22d lnstant, at 12 o'clock M. Transfer hooks wlll bo Closed from February 15th to February 23, mo. WILLIAM H. McCARTHY, Secretary. THE ANNUAL -MEETING OF~THE ntockhol'dcr.s of Tho E. B. Taylor Company wlll bo held at the olllco of tlic company, Richmond, Va., on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15; 1910, at 8 o'clock P. M. W. E, HENDERSON', _Secretary._ THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS COMPANY. for tho pur-I po = e of elcctlng directors, aiul for I th_ transactlon of such other busl? nesa as may tawfully come before the sald meeting, Including tho ap? proval of all of tho acts of tiio Board of Directors and all committees thereof of sald company in the past year, wlll be held at tho olllco of th<- company, Ilomestead Hotel, Hot .Sprlng". Va., on TUESDAY, THE 22D DAY' OF FEBRUARY, 1310, at 12 M. The transfer books wlll close Mon? day, February 14, 1910, at 3 F. M., ancl remain closed untll 10 A. M. Wednesday, February 23. 1910. A. TREWETT, Secretary. STATE ADOPTION OF HIGH SCHOOL Text Books.?At a meeting of tho Stato Board of Educatlon, held on January 1, 1910, an order waa en tered authortzlng tne secretary of the State Board ot Educatlon to ad vertlse for blds in the matter of the selectlon of test books for hlgh schools for a term of not less than four years, beglnnlng August 1, 19 L0. , , . In accordance with the provlslons oE sald resolution. I hereby give no? tlce that on or beforo APRIL 15, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon. at tho offlce of the State Board ot Educa? tlon. at Richmond, Va., sealed pro poaala wllh bu received for supply Ing publlc schools of tho Stato pf Virginia with text books for use in the high schoola of tho Stato as provlded hy law. Such proppsals aro requcsted on both tho singlo llst plan and tbe multlpio llst plan. ancl should stato the prices at whlch each book offered will bo sold to the chlldren or patrons of tha echoola and tho exchange prlcea where such book shall tako tho place of a book now ln use. A clrcular _iving a copy of tho law under which this adoptlon la made and other partlculars wlll be mailed on appllcation. Tho rlRht ls reserved to rcject any and all blds. Glven under my hand thls 15th day of January, 1910. ' R. C. STEARNES. Sec'y to State Board of Educatlon. Comnionwealth of Virglnia, Offlce of Superlntendent of Publlc Printing, Richmond, Va., January 3u, 1910. SEALED PROPOSALS FOR PRINTING FIFTEEN HUNDRED COPIES Ol' THE ONE HUNDRED AND TENTH VOLU.ME OF VIRGINIA REPORTfc wlll be received nt this ofllce ttp to 12 M. Tuesdayi February 15, 1910. vt the same tlme nnd place bids wlll bc received for BINDING, WRAP PINO AND LABELING NINE HUN? DRED coples of tha abovo-mentioned books. and for packing SIX HUNDRED COPIES in unfolded sheets ln sub? stantial woodc-n baxes, cacli box to contaln the prlnted sheets for 125 complete copies of the sald book, and to bo plainly marked or laboled or two outer ends and on sldcs, so u3 tc lniltcaie tho contents thereof. Prlnted schodules, on whlch all blch wlll bo required to be mado, wlll b.. furnlshed on appllcation. Each bid must bo Inclosed In sealed envelope, addressed to tho Superln? tendent of Publie Printing, and mark? ed "Proposal." Contractors wlll be required to make daily shlpment of carefully-read prool and to furnlsh bond, with approved securlty, for tho falthful performance of contract. The rlght is reserved to roject anj or all blds. DAVIS BOTTOM, Superlntendent of Publie Prlntlng. ffltl\)ttz to IMop in Virginia. Richmond, Va. Thc most magnificerit Hotel in thc South. European plan. Rooms single ancl cn suitc, with ancl without baths. $1.50 per day and upwards. Spacious sam? ple rooms. Booklct ou applica tion. Table d'Hote Diimcrs Saturday and Sunday cveiiings 6 to 9 o'clock, $1.50 each._ _3JCT)0OlS. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF &VIEOICINE nv?^Sr*tt.3 MEPICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY | The Contederate Museum IWEU'Tll AND CLAY STREETS, Ol'liN *> A, M. TO 5 P. 1M, i - ADM1SSION, 25c. 1 - -JAa'UlUMY tfHEK./ \ ftcat Catatt for &mle. &cnt (Eatntt brc ftale. 400 Feet on South Side of Stuart Avenue EAST OF T1LDEN" STREET. DEPTII 170 FEET, ONE. $32.50 Per Foot MONEY TO LOAN IN ALL AMOUNTS ON CITY REAL ESTATE. POLLAP.D & EACBY. ONLY A FEW LEFT st Grace 5t A BEAUTY. PER FRONT FOOT. McCURDY cVJOHNSON MUTUAL BUILDING. ^otclsf. HOTEL .. YORK NEW __. I ,_ YORK BOUTHBRN HEA BBVBNTH AVE.. rOK. Kth ST. RUROPEAN PLAN RATES: 11.50 to |l50, with detached bath. It.CO to 11.00, with prlvate bath. Occunlot tiio grographlcal centre of the city, near tha vortex of travet. Wlthln from cne to flve mlnutes' walk ot twenty-ona thoatres. Cars pass the door, and wlthln flve mlnutes of all tho Iari?'? r?tatl shops. Ilormftn Orlll toora. -ulslne of superlor exccllenco. Moderato prices. IL U. WILLIAMS, Manager. The Vaientine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. Cpcn daily from 10 A. M. to 5 P, Mu Adaiiuloi . 5c 1 -I. - :i :- it_.-!., .-? dummer &e*_ott_;. iY? For Rest and Recreation Virginia's lcading all-the-year mountain re tort. Write for illujtrated booklet, to-day. C. H. PAXTON, Natural Bridge. Va. j^ftfbaftK*: Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 9:00 A.\ Dally?Fast trains to Old Point, N eiv ?1:00 P./port News antl Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Daily Local to Newport News. 5:00 P.?Daily. Local to Old Point. 2.00 P. \ Dany?Louioville and CindniwU. Pul 11:00 P./mani o:15 P.?rDaily "St- Louis-Cbicaso Speclal." Pullmana 8:30 A.?Daily?Cliarlottcaville. Week dayj? Clifton For_e. 5:15 P.?W'eclc day-'. Local to Cordonavilte. 10-00 A.?Daily. L'burs. Lex.. C. Forge. 5:15 P.?Week days. To Lynchburg. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. Local from Last?8:25 A. M.. 7:50 P. M. Througli from East?11:40 A. -M.. 6:3.5 P. M. Local tiom West? "8:30 A. M.. i-':50 A. .M? 7:05 P M. Thtougli?7:-'0 A. M-, 2:45 P. M. Jame*. River Line??S:35 A. M., O.Oj P. M ?Dai'v except Sunday. Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVB JANUARY 30, 1910. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. Tor Florida and South: 1:20 A. M., 8:15 .V M., 7:25 P. M. and ?10:J5 P. M. Por Norfolk: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M. Por N. Jk W Ry, Weat. 9:00 A. M., 12:10 and 9:00 P. M. Por Peterstmrs: 1:20 A. M.. 8:15 A. M., 9:00 A. M.. 12:10 P. M . 3:00 P. M.. *3:20 P. M.. 6:00 P. M.. 7:25 P. M , 9:00 P. M., and 11:50 P. M. For Goldsboto and Faycttevillc: M:20 P. M. Traina utrive Richmond dally: 4:10 A. M? 5:10 <\. M.. 6:50 A. M., a7:05 A. M.. "8:35. 11:40 A. M. ?"10:15 A. M? M: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 Except Monday. Time of arrlval and departurc and connectious not guaranteed. C. S. CAMPBELL. D P. A Norfolk & Western Railway ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. Schedule in Eflfect. Januarv 30. 1910. Leavc Byrd Street Station, Richmond. DAILY FOIt NORFOLK: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M. FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST: 9.00 A. M, 12:10 P M., 9:00 P. M. Arrive Richmond: Frotu Norfolk?11:40 A. M., 6:50 P. M, 11:00 P. M. From the West?6:50 A. M.. 2:10 P. M.. 6:50 P. M. Pullman, Parlor and Sleeping Cars. Cafe Diuiiij Cars ?. H. BO_LEV. W. B. BEVILL. D. P. A? Richmund. Vo. G. P. Am RoanoUe Va.. Ricliioiiil.rreilericlsft&PoiQiacR.r T0 AN0 FROM WASHINGTON AND BBYONi Leave Rlohniond I Ar'rlvoKIolimoncl *<.!10 A.H. Maln SUSta. ?1.50 A.M. Bjrrd St.Sta. *6..0 A.M. Byrd St. Stu. *7,10A.M. Maln St.Sta. 117.15 A..H.Hyrd SU Sta. IH.lTOA.M.Maln St. Sta. ?8.40 A.M. ByrdSt. Sta, flS.OlnonuByrdSt. Sta. M.OOP.M. Byr* St.Sta. gs.toP.M. KIlis Station, ?5.15P.M MalnSt. Kta. ?8,20P.M. Ilyrd St. Stu. ?7.G0A.M. ByrdSt.Sta. 11,35A.M; Ilyrd St.Stu. ?1.10 P.M. Muln St. Stu. ?>..S0P,M. Byrd St.Sta. *7.16 P,M. ByrdSt.Sta. *7.!15P.M. MulnSt.Htn. ?O.lOP.H.Jlyrd St.Sta. tl0.00P.SI.MttIn8t.SU, tI0.25 1'.M. KjrdSt.Sta. t().')5 P.M. Muln St.Sta. ?l.lUnljrllt ByrdSt.Sta. ACC0MM00ATI0N TflAINS-WEEKOAYS. IiCttTO II vnl St. SU. 1.30 P. M. for Ffodorlekuburr, J.earo Kllia Sta. 7.80 _. M.,0.80 P.M. fur Aililsuu. Arrtf? Byrd Bt,Sta.-8,25 A.M.from Kri'dorlcksb'ir. Arrlre Ellm SU. fi. 10 A.M..ft.l'O P.M.from Ashland. ?Daily. tWeekdnys. gSunduys only. 'jDnily except Monday. All traina to or from Byrd Street Station (except traina leaving 4,50 a. m. and arrlving' 1,10 nlght) atop at Elba. Ttmeof arrivals ano departurea aot guaranteed. Rea the aiena. Richmond and Petersburg Eiectric Railway Car? tave Manchester. Scvent.Ii aud Pcrry Stici-lo. or Pcu.-jbiirt: *6. 7, 8, *9. W, 11, *12 P. M., 1, 2. '3. 4. 5. ?*5:45, *6, 7, 8. ?9. 10 P. M. 11:00 P. M. tor Cherter, 1-';Q0 midnialit lot Petersburg. Caro leave Peterahur* foot Sycatuora Streec for Maticlu'-itcr: 5:15. 6:35, ??7:15, ?7:33, 8:3S, 9|35, ?10:3S, 11:35 A. M? 12l35, n!35, 2:35, 3-35, -4:iS, Sii$ 6:33, ?7 35, 8:35, 9:35, *10:10. U:?0 P. M. ? Catries bassaije and wpreas. i?* Limited, tweopt Sunday? ciud holidays. AU c.iu tiom I'ctcrabui. etouevt Viitb wn lor Uichuiuuvl. ftactton jfeales, ;jfuture^3aj?s. TRUSTEE'S SALB OF Valuable Real Estate Ey vlrtuo ot the power contnlned in a deed of trust from Moseg T. Mon tclro and Allce C. Monteiro. lils wife, to me, dated thc 21st day of February, 1002, and ilitly recorded In Deed Book 49, pagc 157. of tho County Court of Ooochland, in tlio State of Virg'nla, C wlll offer at public Sale; in front oC tlio Goochland Courthouse, GOocllland, Va., on MONDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1010. at 12:30 o'clock P. M., all tho prop? erty descrlbed in said deod oC trust, containing i!09 acros, tnoro or less, known as the Goochland C'ourthouso property, situated at the intersectiou of the Deaver Dam Chureh Road wltli the Rlver Road, and adjolnlng- tho !ands of William Wolfgram. Sr., Cam? eron brothers and Judge Mahan. Tho* improvements conslst of a dwelllng, ofllce. stable, corn crib, chicken houses and necessary outbiil!dlngs." The soll ls well adapted for the cnltlvatlon ot crops grown In that section. . TERMS OP SALE: Cash. For further partlculars, apply to i l'HIL. H. TUCK. Trustee, No. 207 N. Calvert Street. Baltlmore. Md. ^aflroaps. Southern Railway.. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. ? N. 15.?Following schedule figurca-publislieJ a? information and not guaraulecd: 6:20 A. M.?Daily.?Local for Charlotte. 10:45 A M.?Daily?Limited?For ali polnta South. Pullman and Day Coaches. " 6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday? Keysvills Lo.-al. 11:45 P. M.?Dally?Limited. lot all potntt South. Pullman ready 9:J0 P M. VORK RIVER LINE. - 4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?To.West Pt.. conncctimj for Baltlmore Mon., Wed. and Fri. 4:20 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:13 P. M ?Mon.) Wed. and Fri,?Local to West Point. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From the South: 7:00 A. M? 9:33 P. M.. dallyi 8:40 A. M. Ex. Sun., 4:10 P. M. Daily (Local). From West Point, 9:30 A. M., daily; 11:35 A. M.,' Wtd. and Fri,! 5:45 P. M., Ex. Sun. S, E. BURGESS, D. P. A.. 520 E. Main SL Phone Madison 455. KIt.ll.MO.MJ AND CHESAPEAKE B.\Y KAIL WAY COMPANY. Schedule of electric trains to nnd from ehland, atoppins. at iuterme-liato atationi upon giial. Lv. Richmond (Broad and Laurel Sts.l: 6:056. *7:10, H:10A, 9:10. "10:10, 11:10 A. M..' :10. 2:10, 3:106, 4:10. 5:10, 0:20. 7:106. 8:10. ,0:10, 11:45 P. M. Lv. AsIiUnd: '?5S5, *76. 8, 96, 10. "?11 A. M.. *ll M., **U i. i, 44, 5. O. 7, 6i. 9. 11 P. >.: ? Daily except Sunday. ?? Sunday only. 6 Carrtes bagsase SEABOARD A1R LINE. Southbound trains 6C'ncduled to leave Richmond daily 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norlina. Raicljb. Charlotte, Wilraingtrn. 1:13 P. M.?Sl-epen an.l coachea, Atlanta. Birmingham. Savannah. Jacfc ?onville and l",arida point-t. 7:40 P. M.?To Flor? ida pomts. 10:12 V. M? 10:45 P. M.~Slceper? and coacha S>Y,?,inaIi, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Bir mingham an-.l Munphis. Northbound trains eche.l uled to arrive Richmond. daily: 4:20 A. M. 7:0J A. M. 7:25 A M. 5:05 P. M.. 5:40 P. M Baltimore Steam Packet Co. Equipped with wirclcsa telegraptiy. TO BALTIMORE AND TIIE NORTH VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Daily except Sunday via. N. & W. Ry. J.-03 P. M.j Norfolk 6:30 P. M. C. & O. Ry. 4:00 P. M.. Old Polnt 7:30 P. M. O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. (one day iu NorfolkJ. Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday. Wedaeaday md Friday). Tickets at all offlces For staterooms appiy ta lt. M. BOVKIN Agent. S30 Eait Main Street old domMonTine KOR NORFOLK AND NEW YORK. Steamers Brandon and Bcrkley. Daily. Leave Richmond (foot of Ash St.) ...7:00 P. i^L Lcavc Newport News.5:00 A M. Arrive Norfolk .6:00 A.M. Connecting witli main lina eteamcra leavinj Norfolk for New York daily except SundUy 7:0J P. M Fare: Between Richmond and Norfolk, S2, in cluding stateroom bcrth; meals. 50 eents. Traina via Nortolk and Western Ry, at J P. M. and Cheaapeake and Ohio Ry. at 4 P M. alsa conncct with New York 6tcamcrs. Night lina steamers Brandon and Berkeley. ctop at Claremont wharf to Ltud paasengcri anj on tlgnal to recelve them. VIRGINIA NAVICATION COMPANY. ?? James River by daylight for Norfolk, Old Point, Newport News and all James River Undlnjs, Stcamer Mobjack leaves Old Domlnlon wtur' Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.-00 A, M. Fare to Norfolk, S1.25; becond ckiss. $1.00; mcals; 50 eents. Freight received lor ali iauuings .J James River. Tickcta on sale O. D. S. S. Co.'a office. 821 E. Main St., or 809 li. Main St., The Jetferscw and Mrphy's Hotel. Merchants and Miners Transpcrlalion Co, Norfolk. co Boston, Mass., and Profidencc, R. I. Steamers lcavc Norfolk for Boston Sua. Tu-. and Fri.; for Providence Mon., Tlutr. and Sat. as 6 P. M. Passengers and freight taken for all New E:i?\and points. Tickets on ealc at offlco C & O. Ry., N. & XV. Ry? S. 11. Bowman, 70d Eaat Main. and Rlch. Traiu. Co.. 809 E. Main. WHITE STAR LINE From New York and Boston to Via Azores, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers Largest Steamers in the Trade CEDRIC CELTIC Feb. 16 Mar. 16 RO.MANIC.February 26, April '2 CRETIC.March 12, April l(i CANOP1C.March 24 . 9 Broudwuy. New Yorfc, or Local Agonts. EASTER CRUISE DimiNC TIIK LKNTKY FHIUOU A Sl'KCIAI. IK1 IS1-: HAS UiCKN AIIHANGED HY Ttllfl IIAMlll'ltG-AMKltlCAN MNK, l.KAVI.\? MJW YORK March 24th on TWI.V SCIUQW STEAM SJlll' MOLTKE $g$ 1(5 1>AYS?383.00 VI* UlilOlinA, ST. THOMAS, St.Y JUAX AM> 1IAVANA, Also Sumrnqr .Crnisea to Atii'tvu,, >|>li.:b>'i-Kvit. Icelnlld, 1'Ur, Wrltn tor TnVv?l tiooka, HAMBURCAMERICAN L1NE.J 41-<1? -HpoBrtwitiy, New Yorfc, Ur l.ocnl Aismla.