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i ? ? ' ONE CEN. PER WORD when paid frt arlvanoc. No Ad. taken for less than TEN CENTS. / NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS when phoned ln or charged at the counter. FOR UUSINEsT CONTRACTS Phone Monroa 1 lor tha WANT AD MAN to call._ . DA Hoat anb $ounU. _, J/iST' I'lt'll-AY'. HI-'.TWKKN I AND 0 o'clock, bear Mr boar. either on Monum.nl Avenue. tho Btmlbvard _o Carv Btreol Road. Beward lf 10 lurnod to The Cltfl _____? pg?elp '.-iatitEO, iklale. W A N T B O, Ai"l'oMOP.II,l-; DBMON atrator: our- who can niaUe-ropairB and niijm-.nts on cars of all types. STRATTON & BHAOCl COMPANY, I'l-icisburg, Va._. ^SfaWxW^Tr^S^^ ?S_$8n* JS&S coWXnV: Petersburg, Va. WANTED. BOOKK.EEPEII; ONE THAT has had exporlenco preferred. Addr, - " lt,K. Klvlng ng il. T ln bank work own hand* rll ? rlenee and sal iNK OB1 i'l 101 BUB, i' "VVANTEJ maken Vf'AtJJ_ I'AYI r, l-ANT.-, AN1 v -.vork. Addn on, N, C. ITUATK VEST h B. U o'l'EN . Wh ANSV <Vnil ~ I'A YIN? I srn.'ATI'K, W? ? r__h weekly niade copylng. check i-lc attending adverllslng rhaterlal for no canvaaslng. ; I'ANiu/ltA Ml"?;- *''-- U"n' nt. ?WANTED. TW -?ii exceptloni \WM1L,LH TO CUT eood tract nt liutl v_ to six mlllton feet. -or r,i l.-r' partlculars, bc- M. IL WRIGHT, 206, American Nationaij Bank. Hlchmond. V TUUr 30 at ui ter pai v er cal i" ' Col Ulll T i i-lu pei lo enl I,y bc fui w'r No I'l Ag Vn i.anx. nieoo. ? ? ... _ - __ __? WANT,-:,.. '^';>'71'1;::ii;^:?;;r',Ap: yo VI CI.ay STH15E L'.Kl'; BTOHB. Thlrty-flrst and Clay \ Btrei f. Clty._ T~" WANTKI'-A VII'-ST cviindi-r nressman.; Babcock Omimus presr.ea: niust be atrlctly sobei --. non-uni BTONB. & CO.. ^ ??S?i 1'nnr.|,. Ia*T apply tO W. T further p.ir.P.uin.H -m'i '-> ORADYi Mlne Hun. Va._-. tT'APS-'sALB.SMANHIlIl-. EAKN $1,000 ttT$B.0_0 pt year: we furnish stu de.tts" posltlons where_thery ?*??#? illlce. s i.oi-i JOS. J. N. C. 1100 per month wh.Ue_ fltudy ln*. PHACTK.'AL, SCHOOL OF SA LLh MANtiHIP, Now Ilavej*. Conn._ WANTKii. IN EVElfY "'UT. AND town in State. orgut.lr.ers tor.ant. class fraternal benefit ?},HS-oc[a"?"' novel and unlque plan; fine oppor? tunity; sr-r.u three references. Box l>. Newport News. Va. ?I,\.v \:<>P, i'RINT PRIXTING CO.. 3 liu ____? i-'i 11: llv Ht un: loi po rov te ed .NTED, I'l': r. ANDT.P. : P.K<; t; one e rlenee; red ap lerlenco. ?PHAR gsiauuions .<uanieo. ituue. WAXTEDi POSI' clerk: four ye* DRUG IF Altl i c b WA t. FO d ;.. BV YOUNO MAN* v.'.v: ED, 1 man ualnted ?'".n ,.n iinuil salary; can hand and Klve gojJ ref '.M. care Ttmc-s-lHtrpaU !, O^ITION A_' TUAVE-INU bv a speclalty man: ac ??' virginia and Carollna; mployed. but dcslr irr-cnt empmyi'd. out "?'?'"''-" cha__e; can furnish best references. <? i' n. Box unfMortoMc Va-_ ^^n^r-gTstS^ha^na^t^Al ^f:^:r:"^:^scia^d_Avir ^^^^?^^r_\ ro_ndPln_s and fi"*,..**,^0,^ ?nd CnVy Btrepta, Rlchmond. Va.^ h-lr-drewins buslness. -lt- ?? l -*1" promotlon of H -"""l-".."--^'..; replles ^flldren" A.^lv ^" Hcnovcr Ave, tat-V DESIRES POSITION AS COV r.ioucester. Va ^licitors^nD ^alcsmciu_ ?Cv^^KDTA^riS^a^IENCEn CIGAU ^Wiesman, on a commissiou basl ^or Klchmond and vlclnity. ->*--u MKNCKEN & BRO., Baltlmore._Md._ _iT^T~'VOlilCc<CO SAlI-SMAN WANT ed by large llrm; must be well.ac qualnted wlth locarclgar^manufao turers. Address OPPORTUNITY, -lj Pearl Street. New York,. Clty. ( _.-?> l-'i _Tl^^TiIAN'-=bPP<Ji:TUN-ITV TO es bAt^Ush profltable aB^^'^-1^^; tatlvos wanted for moderate prlcea offlce"8speclalty of Brca; "J^t^; tenslvcly advertised; ext lus ve ter 1 tory anrl assistut.ee in ?^W-?>g; KCOF1 EI_P 00?IPAN\. ;M.uiufactur ers. 150 Naasau';St., New YqrK._ WA-fTED, SAL-SWOMEN FOR TIIE VoUowlng departments: suits nnd muslin underwear. whlto goods and wash troods; none but exporinn m H?___i______3i_l_ 9fX_r'_rr'ToTuy a"pa-iNG re ^tanTdrug h?_lness.;cltyHOr town/a. dress 1 _:!?!?!, care Tlmes-Dlspatch._ X-iuCI UIOXD. MANUFACTUKING A concern oftera to wlde-awakef.lh vostors n limited numbei? of. slfares of lts capital stock. Address P. O. Box 210, Clty._._ &ONEYLOAN-ED TO ^VENTORS^TO * patent Sood Idoas. JOrlttWEDDER; BURN. Capttallat. Brookland. D*-^ TTTrTTNEil^-IT IS COMPUIiSORY FOR me "o tako Partnor on account of oTtendlng l-ualncss; 16.600-^eaufrod for one-half ntoresi; atrlctly leglti mate cash buslness; hoadquurlots _tore, Norfolk. Vn.; net pt'ollts wll avorago about S800 ?e^!??J; ing to handlo flnanc^a^na_cash pio ferri-d. Address E. lllClvl'OUU. 1J0 Bank Ht.. Norfolk. Va,. _ a&oomss for^fnt_ SlCEl?Y^^FURN^lfED ROOMSl OR portlon of resideneo, to doalrable persons; baths; telephone, 417 W. Clay. vVlJL-N YOU COM 1-1 TO ^OHMOHP nton whero you can k<h a oiean, comfo'-tahlo bed for C0 eonts; contral, rollned nelghborhood; heat, bath. phono freo? oxcollont moals served noxt door. 1002 East Cluy._ Jtf3oMS~FOR RENT, CENTUAI.I-Y LO cated. furnlshed Or unfurnlshed. 807 East Oraco_gtreet.__i_ _wcTiXROE anD'one hmai.i, con ni-ctlns room; furnlshed or utifiir nialiod; hourd lf tloslrods 101 Weat ftii-aco. JLY PUZZLES at athletlc aportV ,'EH TO YKSTEHDAY'S PUZZLB Drlll. jfor _5>ale. TKE'S SALE OF BTOCK?10 TO 4harea United Wireless Telegraph 130 per share; flscal agents aelllng $10 per share: transfer guaran i. io to 10 BharcB Tolepost Com y (Serles "A," with threo con tiblos oach); at $n.per share; lla Bgonta M.lllng Serles "B" nt $10 Biiare. 10 to 200 Bhares Nceiy tmi an.l fomprc:.... ut !M> cen's ;? r re li" or 28 shares Burlln_uma md T.. at 18 per share. 50 or 100 res Burllngaine T. and T.. at;*2.75 share; tranefor guaranteed. io lfiu shares Collins Wireless il'.ir Company), at $2.60 per share. 10 to Shares American Natlonal Ulfe. ichhurg, Va., $12 per share. Must ?.,:.i at once; detalled lnformatlon nislied upon appllcatjori. Wire or it.. "TRU-TEE,'' P. O. Box_887, -folk Va.. "r AMERICAN BECUR ES AND UNl-ERWRITERS CORP., ents, Dlckson Building. Norfolk. ,_NS AND BUGGIES TO SUIT u at RICHARDSON BltOS.. 81o -.-,* Avenue. _____ ITED, TO BELIJ 100/MO ODD rd burnt brlcks: bast kind. Au ? 1820 F.asl Main St. ~SAI,E. TWO ONE-lioRSK DE cry wagons. Apply all B. Cana ?cet. _ NT WHEAT.?ANOTHER CAR i,l burnt wheat. $1-50 per M unds; cheap; good fred for ChlcK B. W. J. TODD. 426 North tatxtr. ~_A_.e" THE CONTRO I.L.1NO IN rest in medium Size, long cstahllnh hoslery mi'l; splendid opportu ly tor man of Binall capital. Ad euH IIOSIERY MILL. care Times spatch. YOU WANT SOMETHING DELI >ua. oak your grocor for Smithfielt uxaite._J f YlYr~f/x)k"tNG for A wago: nny deacrlptlon? Call to see u id we will supply you. Dargcs r.ck and lowest prices in the cilj ?w repoaltory. 731 East Cary: fac ry. 18" South Elghth. A. MEYER' r\VO-<"IIAIR HARBER MIOP; ? >od .stea.iv trade, Apply to II. I I.vi.k'EEY. No. i M. Plke. Swans iro, Va._ NTI-:D."rir<"'i:EL'lNTErtEST"lN EF .bliahed laundry; good Investmen isy terms of payment. lAddres 2S7. care Times-Dispat-ch._ "t SAX.E, 7 1-2-HORSE POWE ireet current motor. or wlll e^ ange for n-horse power A. C- A< ress K rt.tO, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. ?Soartitng. \l? BOARDING HOUSE; RfiASOI ble rates. 1003 West Grace Stret KTEdT BOARDERS FOR VACAN ooms; also table boarders. 203 irace._,_ RGB. BR1GH"* AND ATTRACTIV ooms for rent, with or wlthot joard. Reasonable rates. Refei ncea required. 412 North Elght treet. 'Phone Madison 7660. iSoarti Wanttti. UNG GENTLEMAN DESIRl oom and board in private famtl letween Jcfferson and Fifth Streei outh of Broad; Al references fu ilshed lf elesired. Address H **. are Times-Dispatch. IinTsHED HOUSF.KEEl'ING FDA .11 convenlences. 7 North Slxth. fteal <?_tate for ?ent. iR RENT, "UNEXPIRED LEASE < wo beautiful ofltces. adjolnlng. '.ank of Richmond Building; imn llato possession; wlll rent very lo Apply to BQXV104, Clty._ lirTlENT, 416~W. TWELFTH. MA -heteri contalnlrig ten -j*oms a jath; electric llghts; large groum lervants! quarters. and stable; stt iblc for two families. Phone Mu. ion -158 1-I_ ~&eal (gjstate for.&ale._ STORIC VIRGINIA HOME ? acrea ft-rtlle land; tlmbcr bounda. liing streams; terraced gard chafming old colonlal house; m em equipment; glorlous vlewa; o feet envlronmcnt; i'.lustratod pu phlet. Prlco, $55,000. Frce renl lato reglfiter. 200 select propert H. W. HILLEARY & CO? Charlott vlllo, Va. _ Tb"0?25-ACItE FARM. TEN ACI tlmber; 8-room house, furnisl; piano, lncubator. poultry hou: two and one-halt mllea, south Elko Va.. at Glondale. Addresi 21S, 'enro Tlmes-Dlspatch._ Oir_A_E.--SPECIA_ BAUOAINS, lots on Floyd Avenue, Maln , Carv StreitavroBt of the Boulev. App*ly 615 Brook Avonue. Ph Madison 1467._ OTS?$25 PER FOOT WIIJJ &?} whole block on West Main. just v of Boulevard. 357 x 180 feet. tnc.1 Ing two corners; four sldo lots; it can bo cut off that is w $13 foot; tho best of terms. 1 li Madison 1467, _" FlOO AVIDD BUY' WEST Cl Htreet houso, S rooms brlck. nc napered, new bath. detached. < lot; rented to good tenant ror month; will make good home; cash; balance in two years. A filr. Brook Avenue. _ ?Xrms-:and TTMBEB UANDS.^ new catalogue contalns 400 fu nnd timbor lands: beat bargain Vlrglnla. I pay your rallroad l Wrlte for frce catalogue. Add J. R. EDAM. Box "17. Charlottoal Va. 3BUal OK^ate^^antctt. 5?5*aSto3c'V:to-.buy a I-ot at W liiiinpton; unlmprovisd or Imprc slute condition of houso and iv Borlos; state prlco. J 283. Times-Dispatch. Coat: anW ??oij;_ WOOD THAT BURNS, GIVES Hl I am Bolllns about three care a oak and pin'o samo price; my burns to'porfoct nshOB. Coko, $o Try tho WOOD MAN, Madison lt Sl'.RQ WIWU'-.BUV A 11ADF CORI tho bost factory preparod plno 1 ling wood; prompt doltverlos. COTTREUIi & SON, Phone Ma iru_ TliOROUGHDY SEAHONED BOX torv klndllng wood; oxoeptlo gocid iituillty; 11.60 IW h*M delivered. Call us. S. II. COTTI & SONS, Madison 177. ? slotltta, _ __ '_ \ loilN " U. ' Y-TliTSON' CO.MJ'ANV AN- I noiin.-,. the shOWlttR "f tlio Siotson i-l.-i-lal xlylcs of flerbtea nnd aofl ; httts for llie aprlug hciisoii of nln"- I teen hunUred and ten by i.peclfil ap polnlinent at M. II. tJARNETT'S. Main Btrcot, corner Hlghth. BROKEN HIZl-:s OF STII-'VaND'HOFT ] lintp, worth up to %:,, Saltird.-iy for l $1- M. II. GARNETT. Elghth nnd ; Maln. i THIS IS TO NOTII-'V TIIE PUBLIC , nnd Btorekeopora overywhore thnt I' wlll not be responslblo for anytlobtsl contractod by anybody excepi myself. .1. W. JACKSON, Oordonavlllc. va. j ' Clarkevlllo, Va., February 11, lOlp " THIS IS TO NOTIFY TO ALL WHOM thal lt may concern; Any good sold; by any one aud eharged to me, un- I less by an order from mo, or told i bv mo ln person, I wlll not pay for ! snme. Ilcapcctfully yours, W. II. GOOCH._*_ WANTED. TIIE " FUBLIo' TO KNOW that Jahnke Broa., Jewelers. 912 Ear.t Maln Strcet. buy. Bell. ex- I change and romount dlamonds ln . the lateat styles. Old go!d and all- j ver taken In exchange. _ THE INDEPENDENT MAN IS TIIE on? who hna luld away somethlng out of hls S-rnlngS. Deposlt your savings In the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICHMOND, a strong, safe lnstltutlon. backed by $2,000,000 cap Itul and protltB, and beeome indepen? dent. Three per cent. Interest al? lowed. Banklng house No. 11C4 Ean Maln Street. _ IF YOU WANT FIRST-CLASS JOB prlntlng. hrlng us your work. AN DB-RSON PRINTING CO., 3 Governor [ S-'R'ee^_ WANTED, YOt; TO GET OUR PRICES on your prlntlng; wo do lt good and qulck. ANDERSON PRINTING CO., 3 Governor Street 200 P*Q?t Bett BI Tha TTtable and medicinal water wlthout a pecr?flve gallons for Zoc. delivered?Holly Sprlngs Lithia wa? ter. 'Phones: Madison r,232 and ?621. $er_onate. IF YOU WANT OOOO PRINTING. SEE ANDERSON PRINTING CO.. 3 Gov crnor St HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT aND aOLD at HUGHES'S 209 Nortb Thlrd._ RICHMOND""" KOT.N'INU COMPANY. 1709 East Cary Sireet. Clty.Contrn tcrB. Dead anlmalH removed at once 'Phone Monroe 3C27. Buyers of tal? low and bones. ________-_? ON_T '_XrG_TBfG'Jf-"GRADE^'MtJLlo tor salo: can bo seen at 416 "tt est GraCc._ ??ant_0. _____ W^NTEdT^LiTkINDS OF, COMMER cial printing; qulck delivery;rea onable prices. ANDERSON PRINT? ING CO.. 3 Governor S_t-_ WANTED. TO BU V FOR CASH. HOUSE^ hold goods in any quantlty. Phone Madison 3851. 1 WANTEDi TO BUY A SECOND-HAND violtn In good condition; price must l.e reasonable. Address J 30S, care Tlmes-plKpat.-li. Btatlng price WANTEIA .TO BUY SECOND-HAND tractlon englne: about 15-hor.?o pow ed. II. & J., Boxwood. Va._ Lif. Ci Nor bou loa< hea al Isla se|I Ol" llfo Wlll In C mai W. Tlu T wlt plei a t T Noi the lat* S Sal the suf the ln mo str ula for WANTED, W1NDOW CLEANING; cents, unvwhere ln the clty. JOHN- tea STON.' 110!' N- Thlrd Street. | SCI ^tecellaneous.. ___ ~FOR MAN OR BEAST. FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONE LINI ment. Over forty years* teat proves lt the best. 25c a bottle at all drug Blstn. __ ISHOE REPAIKENI*. 75C. HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; LA dies'. ?0c Every pair aewed. Beat le"her DREWS ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Maln. Phone Monroe 26S7. Wlll send for shoes and return. _ ' Folk miller quartet. records now on sale. come and hear them. Better than tha origlnal. C. B. HAYNES & CO. - FLORISl. FUNERAL DESIGNS. $1 TO $1 M. A. WHITTY. est Ud 100 n-th ono ."ay wly ecp $30 J6R0 -Ply ^MY rms i ln are. reaa llie, iffeetmgs. OFFICE VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Richmond, Va., Feb. 10, 1910. ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD? ERS.?The regular annual meeting of Stockholders will bo held at the company'3 ollice, No. 1015 East Main Street. Richmond, Va., on TUESDAY. the 22d lnstant, at i_ o'clock M. Transfer books wlll be closed from February 15th to Februarv 23, 1910. WILLIAM II. McCARTHY, Secretary. THE ANNUAL -MEETING OF THE stockholders of the VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS COMPANY. for tho pur pose of electlng directors. and for the transaction of such other busi? ness as may lawfully come before tho said meeting. including the ap proval of all of the acts of the Board of Directors and all commllteos thereof of said company in the past year, wlll be held at the ofllco of th" company, Homestead Hotel, Hot Sprlngs. Va.. on TUESDAY. THE 22D DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1910. at 12 M. The transfer books wlll close Mon? day, February 11, 1910. at 3 P. M., nnd remaln closed untll 10 A. M. Wednesday, February 23, 1910. A. TREVVETT. Secretary. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tho annual mee ng ot the stock? holders of the Chesapeako Western Railway will bc held at the. prin? cipal offlce of the con.pany, No. 605, Mutual Building. Richmond, Vu? on TUESDAY. THE 1ST DAY OF MARCH, 1910. at 10 o'clock A. M.. for the election of directors and thc transaction of such other business as may proporly come beforo tho moctlns. W. II. HALL, Secretary. Panjttupt 3^tfce?k\__ __ j^T'THE D?_TTiiCT^Ci5_RT OF the UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST? ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA: In thc matter of \ No. SI-1 B1R A. PILLOW, .IR. J- In Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy. ORDER OF NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE. On thls 18th day of February. A. D. 1910. on reading thc petltion for dls ohat'go of thc bankrupt, lt is ordered by iho court that a hearlng- be nad upon the samo on the 2D DAY Ol MARCH, A. D. 1910, before said ourt at Richmond. in snid dlstrlct. at 13 o'clock noon- an.l that notlce thoreof boCUpub.!sni,end ln, The T!mes,DUpatch;, a newsnnper printed In i-nlcl atstrict, and tlmt all known creditors and other persons ln Interest mny appcar ut tho said tlme nnd place. und show cause tr i.nv thev have. why the prayor of tlio a-ila POtltloner should not bo *rtnd0,?'it is further ordorod by tho ^oi.it that the clerk shall send by mall tn all knqwn creditors coplos ot Billd nntitlbn nnd thls order. addressed to thoniat their places of rcslclonce us Btwltne8S tho Honorablo EDMUND WADDILL, .IR-. .ludgo of tho aald cmirt und tho aeal thereof. ut ? "Rich? mond' In snld dlstrlct. on tho 18th day of Fobruary." A. D. 1010. (Seal.) ;. * Attest; .lOS'EPH P. BRADY, s Clerk. GEORGE .T. HOOPER, Attorney for Bankrupt. <*AC nally cord The Valerctine Museum . ULEVENTH AND CLAY STKEETS. tELL Open daily from 10 A. M. to 5 P.M, AdtttlwIOJ I 25c. ffeconSMunUy* ns on a ?mall town lot?lt will ^8 iim make more inoney. Orelder*s v flook eontalos 300 p?K?s or jti?t iforinntlon the poultryiimn ner-iin, 30 jiue colored pUt_s showltii. pure-bred tw llluslratlon* de?crlblu_ 65 ?rBrlelle?. look Is full of prnctlcnl help, gnltied -h actual eiperlence 00 the Ufatst r farm ln Pennsylrsnla. lt tells how ?here 10 buy stock. e_B?, incnbnlors and es ?t re_?o-ablc prlce*. Don't mlMtltil e. Wrlte for thi* book to_ay. Send loc. _?0o?ia_e, malting, etc. KGREIDER. BOX 103. RllEEMS, P*. _??____? HIIH?HIIIIIIII II IU lli IE GREW FI ,111111. ft-Q i Savers Rescue Seventeei Before the Norwood Goes to Pieces. f Speclal toTlm Tlmes-Dispatch.V ipe Charles, Va., February IS?Th wood. a full-riggod s'alllng vesse nd from Bucnos Aires for Bostoi ied wlth salt. wont oground In ry sea fog at midnlght laat nlgl Shlp Shoals Lunipi), nenr Smlth nd. Her dlstress slgnuls WOl 1 by Lowrey Hamlln, an dystcrms Mutrle] Beach. Hc telephon'-d tl ?saving station nt Cobb'a Islan . roscued the crew of seventeen nn tptaln Joseph J. Howo was in cor nl of the vessel, whicli ls owned .-1 Roy, of Maitland. Nova Scotl vesSel Ih 1.505 tons registcrerl. hc ve--scl ls spllt ln half. flllli 1, water, and ls rapldly golng :ds. Tho cargo and vessel will otal loss, ln- Merritt Wrecklng Company, folk, have been notitled. and W to offorts to Hoat the Norwood. harie;. Hatrtelrl. a sailor aboard l >. f'-ll from aloft. Hls body, strikl deck, rebouttded, and was precli ?d into the sea and lost. SehoolM Will Hnve Short Term. | Speclal to The Times-Dispatch.] allsbury, N. C. Feoruary 18.?T sbury graded school will elose wi present month on account of 1 iclent funds wlth which to contin school thls year. The school li the past been runnlng full nl nths, and the school board has ma inuous efforts to maintaln the rc r term thls season. but has bc ced to suspend. The prlnclpal a chers will continuo a -ubscrlptl ool in tho public bulldings for *< 1 months. To l.ccture nl Mlddletoivu. [Special to Thc Times-Dispatch.] Itaunton. Vo_ February IS.?1 tool of Agrlculture for the Sever itrlct will be held at Mlddleto morrow. W. W. Sproule, of t intv. member of the .Stato Board rlculture, and the woll-known 1 ?er on tho growing of potatoes, ich he has been remarkably st isful, will lecturo on this subject. ?-. - tVII.I, HOI.IJ PAIR THIS FAIiI nporia Aeriv11ltu.nl A".tocintlon 1 orgnnlzcM for Yenr. rSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.] Emporla. Va.. February IS.?The H ria Agrlcultural Falr Associat 11 he held agaln tho comJng fall. om.li there was at one tlme a stri ntlment existing among a ntirn the stockholdors lo dissolve soeiatlon. At n meetlng lieid at tho offlce e secrotary-treasurer, Major E. iodwyn, it was declded to hold a 1 ssion. The same offlcers and dii rs of last year were unanlmoi n-ted by the stockholdors present 'efirroes lluu IJovm by Bloodhouu [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 Suffolk, Va., February 18.?> ?oadnnx yesterday afternoon, J tughan. a negro preachcr, and Ife were run down by the pc oodhounds of Suffolk. A sls ateinent from J. E. Penningtoi >n. whoso meathousD was rob .vs the capture.s were made wlthli mr after the dogs arrlved. Commltted to stnte IIoNpHal. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Ashevllle, N. C, February IS.?C "rlght, formerly a well-known clt ! Ashevllle, who has for the past ral years roslded on hts farm In :otniny section. was yesterday c tltted to the State Hospital for nsane by Clerk Erwln. The ac -as taken on thc report of exatni hysicians. Vlatters of Importance Consid by Petersburg Busi? ness Men. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. Petersburg, Va., February 18. drst meeting of the rcorganlsscd C ber of Commerco was hold to-i and U was a great and enthus gatherlng of the buslness men o tefsburg, wotflcing ln harmony fo advancoment of tho clty's welfai Presldent T. F. Heath prosidet explalned *"? object of tho me, eloquontly descrlblng tiie origin growth of -llf> organizatlon, tho cultles under which lt had ope for years untll now, with the r of 133 active buslness men on H of momborshlp. Tt Btands cqu influenco to any liko organizati the country. Speeches were made hy a ni of members along dlfferent llncs all ln pralso of tho chamber, at work. A featuro of tho mcetlm the reading of postal cards fron enty-nve members, uamlng stt ot paramount Importance to the. ress of tho clty, for tho consolh of the chamber, whlc*, -woro ro to (ili'teroitt oommlttees. Among which received pronounced up was lho commission form of gi ment, Heporlii woro prosented of ii ant measuros now ongaglng tl tetition of tho board of govori Thn spocial commltteo to fori plans for an agrlcultural oxhlbt fall Toported rooommentlatlons. timt an' liH'orporatod orgunl?titl formed to obtain an annual 0 Bocond, that the scope of tho t he enlargod to twolva countles; that stiltahlo grounds b0 obl fourth. that tho oxhlhlt ho mad eatlonal along varlous llnes, aiul tlmt a pei'inutK'nl commltteo 011 for tho oxhlhlt ho iippoliUcd, The report was adopted, EIF IS NOT G?_ VViUianison Will Bc Tr-iccl for Murder in Peters? burg. WILL BE CALLED WEDNESDAY Fourth Congrcssional Teachers' Conferencc to Meet February 24. kt_j * E lm Eg yes Ins 302 ?2 Thc Time.-t-Dispntcli Bureau, lO'.i Norlh Hycatnoro Street, Pctct-rtburg, Va., February is. Tho City Sorgeatit Is busy .suniinoii lng Jurors and witncsses for the trial of Jniiltts A. Wllllamson for wlfo mtir iler, on WednoHdny next. The Judgo yesterday denled inotl.ins ot thc defcu dant's counsei for a chango of venue on tho ground that a falr and Impartial trial couid not bc had for Wlllbimson In Peiorsburg; and for tho exclusion of lhe publlc from tno courtroom dur Ing thc trial for fear of Intlueno Ing the Jury. The Judgo stated that hls experience of Iwonty years as Com monwcalth's Attorney nnd Judge Justl fied hlm In saylng that the Jurors of Petersburg are free rrom prejudice aiul unfnlrness. nnd that Petersburg Is n good place In whlcli ti. lie tried. A largo number ot witncsses will ap pear on both sldes, nnd the trial may lost two or more days. Though tlie caso has been glvcn much publlcity, lt is not thought that thero wlll be much delay ln securlng a Jury. R. II- Mannl(]|_ wlll represent the Commonwealth and wo Peck & Peck, of Richmond, the de-1 fense. Dr. W. H. Taylor, of Rich? mond. will be a witness for the State, aa he annlyzo.l the viscora of tho riep.il woman, uhose body was dlsln terred for that purpose. Denth of Mr*. Pnttlc Wright. Mr.?. Pattle Arrington Wright, widow of Willlam M. Wright, died at her resldence on Perry Strcet this morning at 3--I5 o'clock. Mr.-. Wright was tho daughter of tho late R. T. Arrington. and ls survlved hy two daughters. Mr.-. Gaston Battle and Mrs. Jacob Battlo. Jr.. both of Rocky -Mount, N. C, and four brothers, R. T. and Ivy L- Ar rltiKton. of Richmond. and W. P. and S. W. Arrington. of Petersburg. Cluirlers Uecordctl. The cortificate of the charter of tho Dinwiddie Distillcry Company. Ine. has been reeord"d here; cupltal stook. $1000 to f25,0nO; purposes?'to distlll, manufacture sell. deal in nnd store export spirlts nnd whiskey, etc; of rt-j cors?W. T. Staftord. Emporia. pres? ldent; W. H. Flowers. vlce-preaidont: I F Sta-fford, secretary and treasurer. Tlie charter of the Blnford Grocery Companv has also been recorded; cap? ital stock. $2.',00 to $23,000; J. A. Bln? ford Is president and treasuror, and the purpose is to conduct a wholcsale and rctall grocery business. Mlneellnncoiin .%>"?? Rt Rev B. D. Tucker, D. D.. Coad jtitor-Bishop of the Dloccsc of South? ern Virginia, wlll visit the Church of the Good Shepherd, ln thfs city, and admlnister tho rltc of contirmation. Three alarms of fire were turned In during the last twenty-four hours. The damages resultlng hardly exceed CdCommlttces of local teachers are rnaklng all necessary arrangemc;nh> the Fourth Congrcssional platrlot Teachers* Conference, to be held ln thls cltv February 2t-26. The meet? ing wlli be largely attended and Its proceedings will be of interest Willlam. allas "Tad," Smlth. whe. at temptod to commlt suicide in a drug _?_ro last night by .irinklng carbollc acid whi.-h he had Just purchased ls all rlcht to-day, and was dlscharged from Jall. such acts belng *ao crltnc n the eyes of the Virginla laws. T-unos' Parker. a negro from Weldon. V C after being acqultted ln the Husti'ngs Court of a charge of lnrcony, threatencd to com?ilt suicide by cut ting his throat or Jumplng ln tho river. His friends had hlm arrested, and af? ter hls excitement was over ho was released and told to roturn to "Weldon. le ls ear olin liis Uce ned ned, 1 an . B. Izen sev thc om the tion tlng I'n lnl> nnd Fnlls Inlo Fire. | Soecial to Thc Times-Dlspatch.1 ?tocky Mount, Va., Fobruary 18.? Professor Wm. T. Wade, a retired ed uc.itor. who is living on a farm near here had a. lalnting spoll thls morn w an.l fell Into an open nre. Hls ?aco was qulte badly burned. and he faco ?? , may lose his eyesight jred I -The hain ight, astie : Pe i* the e. und iting, and ditll rate'd anies i roll il in >n in niber , and nl Its ? wns scv .1JOCIK prog latiott .'orreil those irovul ivorn iport o at ors. Illllllto : noxt Flrst, on bo chibit. xhlblt thlrd, atnud; s odu , ilfth. plllllH Wlll Improve AVnlcr Knollltlcn. rSDOCial to The Times-Dispatch.1 Frederlcksburg. Va., February 18.? The Cltv Councll. .at Us meeting last night. decided to lmprovo thc water ficllities for domcstlc and firo protec tlon in certaln parts of tho clty. nt a _oSt "f over ? 12.000. Over $5,000 of the work ls to be dono at once. the baianeo within the coming year. To Bulld Concrete wnrelioiiHC. (Special toThe Times-Dispatch.] Lynchburg, Va., February 18.?The McWane Foundrv Company -will bulld a relnforced cohcrcto warohouso for Its plow department to ta.kn the placo of tiie one destroyed by fire on Jan? uary t. The new bulldlng is to cost upwnrds of S2r..0Q0.__ Want ProliiliHIon l.nw F.nforced. f Soecial to The Tinies-Dlspatch.l Wadesboro, N. C February ls.?A determined effort ls bolng mado on tho part of a number of cltlzens of the town to inslst upon the enforcoment of tho prohlbltlon law, and to thls end lega! talent hns boen employod, and, detoetives wlll bo used to convlct the violators of the lnw. County ConiinlMKlom,r? Indlctcd, | Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Washlngton, N. C. Februnry IS.? Tho grand Jury of Boaufort county having been eharged hy Judge Fergu snn to brlng ln an lndlctment agalnst the county commlssloners, chnrglng them wltli neglect of duty In not pro vldin? n new courthouse, tn-dtty brought ln a trtto hlll of lndlctment agalnst them. It Is understood that a motion "'Hl too muao tr> hnv0 the oaso removed to nnotlior county for trial. :?_ irester's Cotton Stnte?iien(. Now Orleniis. ha,., Fobruary 18.? Booretary llcstor's statement of tho world _ visiblo supply of cotton is ?i ht to-day shows tlmt total vlsible "t'i 6<J0-*03 baros.- ugninst t.liOIUfit Iiist wcek-uti.l 6,501.075 last year. Ol* ? hls t l?o total ot Amorlcan cotton ls V'70 2?l. agalnst 3,42-UtlS last week ?'.', '14 10 4175 last ytiar.-'iunl of all olh gkfrilbil' Inclu.liii^.Egypi. Brasll, ln "" 7rW& M. O 7W.'_M * ? Bronchial TROCHE9 t.__fi_v r?Utv* Sor? Thro??, Ho*n?n?u. snd cS_r.h, Un.kcU.d lor ci??lng th? vo.?. At?e Sampl* Mlll ?n r*qu???- : ^ ' V. jOHN 1. BRCTN Si SOU. Bo?ton, Miw. ___ji&a3Sz?*m3nBCS3at3(% GET A BOME IN THE _ Coloilist Fares EffectiOc March 1 to April IS, 1910 To Points in Western Montana, Idaho , Washington, Oregon, British Columbia $25 00 from St. Paul, Minncapolis, Duluth, Superior; $33.00 from Chicaeo; $31.50 from Milwaukee; $27.85 from Des Moincs; $32.00 from St. Louls; $25.00 from Kansas City, St. Joseph and Omaha \i;t tl Corrcsponding reductions from all castcrn and southern points. (ortfaern PaciHc Ry Ooeratcs ckctric-lighted, leather-upholstcrcd tourist sleeping cars daily from Chicago. St. Paul, Minncapolis, and from St. Louis, St. T-?-r>h Luncoln. to The North west ofTers __w?,-*hPn_i__ _?-__ delightful climate. won the North PacitiC _*"2_ _?_*?_ drously fertile valleys. Coast. dining A la carte car scrvice. For descriptive llterature about the country along the "Scenic Hijthway throuah the Land of For tunc," address A. M. CLELAND Gen'l Paiien.er A.cnt Sl. Paul, Minn. irrigatedand dryfarming lands. Fortunes are made rnising fruit, vegetablea, grains and grasses. The rapidly growing citles offer great opportunities, too. For rates of fare, time of trains, address P. W. PUMMILL Dlst. Passenfter Atfcnt 711 Chestnut Street Philadelphla etc., i.L-Dfi.OOO. agalnst 1.272.000 lnst >l_ nnd 1,175,000 last yoar. f tho world'a vlslblo supply of cot thero ls *now alloat and held in at Kritnln and continental Europe, B.000. agalnst n.'.Bl'.OOO laat year; ln ?pt, lrul.noO, agalnst 510,000 last r- In Indla, 632.000, agalnst .RS.ono ydar, and ln Ihe Unlted States, 1, 000, agalnst 1,557,000 last year. Hijere to __?top m Viv_i\m. HE JEFFERSON, Richmond, Va. The most magnificent Hotel in c South. European plan. ooms single and cn suite, with id without haths. S1.50 per iy and upwarda. Spacious sam e rooms. Booklet on applica on. Table d'Hote Dinners Saturday nd Sunday evenings 6 to 9 o'clock, 1.50 each. The Contederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAV STREETS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. ADMISSION. 25c EATUKOAV FB.EB. ^iaOcoaos. hesapeake & Ohio Railway ?OO A.ID.iily?Ktist trains to Old Polnt, New* ?00 P./port News and Norfolk. ?40 -\ ?Dallv. Local to Newport News. :00 P.?Daily. Local to Old Point. . :00 P.\ Daily?Louisvllle and Ciucumati. Pull !45 P'.?Uuuy. "St. Louls-Chicago Special." Pullmans. _ , . :J0 A.?Daily?Charlottesvllle. Week days? Clifton Forge. ?IS p_-\Vcek days. Local to Gordonsvillc. ,:__ ..\'.--Daily. L'liurg. Lux.. C. Forgc. ? IS p?Week dayp. To Lynchburg. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. Local from East-8:25 A, M.. 7:5 P. M. ? Daily except^ Sunday. _ \tlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE JANUARY 30, 1910. TRAINS LEAVE'RICHMOND DAILY. F?-Florida and Southi 1:20 A. M.. 8:15 A. M, ?25 P. M. and *10:J5 P. M- _ w For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M. For N. _W Ry. West 9:00 A. M, 12:10 am a.f'Pctcmbun!; 1:20 A. M.. 8:15 A M.. 9M .. M., 12:10 P. M . 3:00 P.M- ?3:20 P. M.. 6?X ?. M. 7:25 P. M? 9:00 P. M.. and USfflr' M. For Golilsboro and Fayetteville: ?3:20 I. M. Trains arrive Richmond daily: 4:40 A M.. 5.1( i M fi-SOA M a7:05 A. M.. *S:35.11:40 A. M. ?il0:45 A M; '1:30 1'. M., 2=10 P. M., 6:50 P. M, ;*0 P. M and 11:00 P. M. ? , _____ ? Except Sunday. *? Sunday only. a Exccp SlTlmcy'of arrival nnd departure and conncction ,ot guaranteed. _ ? -AMpBELU D r. jV Ricliinoii(!,Fre.6riG.sli,?&PoloiacR.] T0 AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYON, X,eave KloUmond Arrive Riohmom ?7.50 A.M. Byrd St.St ?11.86 A". Byrd St.St ? 1.10 P.".Maln St.St ?2.60 P.M. BjrdSt.Si ?7.15 P.M.ByrdKt.K ?7.85P.M. MainSt. 8 '0.10 P.M. Byrd St. 8 ?4.30 A.M. Maln St.Sta. ?4.50A.M.Byrd St.Sta. ?5.20 A.M.'Byrd 8t.SU. ?7,10 A.M. MainSt. Sta. f7.15A.M.By.a St.Sta. .7.80 A.M. Maln St. SU. ?8.10 A.M. Byrd St. SU. -_..-?.-,.-.-._ ?12.01 noon Byrd 8t. SU. +10.00 P.M. Maln St. 8 +4.00P.M. Byrd 81.Sta. +10.25 P.M.Byrd St.S klSP.M.Kltm Station. M0.S5 P.M.'MBlnSUSi ?5.16 P.M. MainSt. Sta. ?l.lOnlgbtB.rdbt.S ?8.20P.M. Byrd St. Bta.l_________ AC00MMODATI0N TRAINS-WEEKOAYS. teato Byrd St. Sta. ?pW P.?-jtor Frclerleksbni Loayr, Klhn Sta. 7.50 A. M.,0.30 P. M. for Aslilat Arrlre Byrd St. Sla.8.25 A.M. rroni Krc-drrlcktd> A.?l?-Elb?St,.fl.40A.M.,g.301'.M.fruiaAslilaB ?Daily. +Wcekd?y?. .Sundays only. .Dai except Monday. All traina to or from By Stroet 8tatton (except traina leaving 4-5? "?' and arrivl-e i.xo night) ?top at Elba. Time arrlvala sntf departurea not guaranteed. Ket thcalgns._ No-_oiir& Western Railwa ONLY ALL RA1L LINE TO NORFOLK. Schedule.ln Etlcct Jaiuiury JO. 1S1U, _ 1 ,-,v. Hvnl Suret Stul on. Klchmond, DAIl FO^NORTOL^ 9_<3 A. M.. 3*00 V. M. . FC LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST: WM-AjiJ ililO P M.. 9:00 P. M. Artivo Richmond: l-u Norfol.-l.'.IO A. Mi. 6:5n P- M, U.OO X\ Fromhe Weit-6i50A. M.. 2:lt) P. M?6-50P.. Pullman. Parlor und Sleeping Cag, Caftt^nf w"_. BEVILL, D. P- A.*. Kkhmo-d. V G. P. A.. Roanoke Va.._ Schedule of electric trains to nnd fri .Itland, stoppiug ut lutermediute atalioiv- up S3.Lv. Richmond (Broad aud Uurdi'StJ _ _S? ?TllO 8:106. 9:10. ??10:10, 11:10 A. .\ .710? 2.10 3.106, 4110, 5:lO 6:20,, 7:10ft. 8:1 10,10. U:?5 P. M. LV. AahUnd: tStiS, V6. ,?9-; li "?? *>? M- *U M" -' ' ' ; 8*'? _a?y ?c_p. Sunday. ?? Sunday only. ft C.mc? bu.k _e. - Southern Railway: TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. ; N. B.?Following sclicdule hgtires publlshed ai lnformatlon and not guaranteed: 6_0 A. M.?Daily.?Local lor Charlotte. 10:45 A. M.?Daily? Limited?For all pointj South. Pullman and Uay Coaclies. 6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday?Keysville Local. 11:45 P. M.?Daily?Limited, for all polnu SoutlL Pullman reailj- 9:30 P M. YORK RIVKR LINE. 4:30 P.M.-?.Ex. Sun.?To West FU conncctln? for Baltimore Mon., Wed. and Fri. 4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. M ?Mon.; Wed. and Fri.?Local to West Point TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From thc South: 7-00 A. M., 9:30 P. M., dallyj 8:40 A. M.. Ex. Sun.. 4:10 P. M. Daily ILocal). From West Foint, 9:30 A. M., daily; 11:35 A. M, Wed. and Fri.; 5:45 P. JL. Ex. Sun. a E. BURGESS, D. P. A.. 920 E. Main St- Phone Madison 455. Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railway Can tave Manchester. Seventh and Ferry Strcett, or Petersburg: ?6 7, 8, *9, 10, 11, -*12 P. M-, 1, 2. *3. 4. 5,' ??5:45, ?6, 7, 8, ?9, 10 P. M. 11-00 P. M. for Clieater. 12:00 mldnight tot Petersburg. Cars leave Petersburg, foot Sycamora Street,' for Manchester: 5:15. 0_5. ??7:15, ^iSS. 8:35. 9:35, ?10:35.' 11:35 A. M., 12_5. U:35. __5. 3J5, ?*4:35. 5:35, 6:35, ?7 35. 8:35, 9_S, '10:40. 11:40 P- M. ? Carrics baggagc and express. ??Limited, except Sundays and holldays. All cars irom Pelcrsbur_ connect with cars lot Riciimond. SEABOARD AIR UNE. Southbound trains schcduled to leave Richmond daily 9:10 A. M.?Local to Nortina, Ralelgh. Cliarlotte, Wilmingtcn. 1:18 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, AtlanU. Birmingham, Savannah, Jack tonvillc and F?rida points. 7:40 P. M.?To Flor? ida poinlo. 10:12 P. M., 10:45 P. M.?-leepers and coaches Savannah. Jacksonville. Atlanta. Bir? mingham and .Memphis. Northbuund trains schcJ uled to arrivc Richmond daiiy:4:20 A. M. 7:0J A. M. 7:25 A. M. 5:03 P. Al.. 5:40 P. M ?>team,ost_. oldIdoWnion line FOR NORFOLK AND NEW YORK. Steamers Brandon and Bcrkley. _ JJaUy Leave Richmond (foot of Ash bt.) ---'-00 F. M. Leave Newport News .5-Ci V" it Arrive Norfolk .6-00 AM. Connecting with main line steamers leaving Norfolk tor New Vork daily except sunday 7:00 P. M Fare: Between Richmond and Norfolk, $2. tn. cluding stateroom bt-rth; meals. 50 cents. Ti-dina vla Norfolk and Western Ry. at 3 P. M. ond Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. at 4 P M. alsj connect with New York ntcamers. Night lino steamers Brandon and Berkeley, stop at Claremont wharf to land passengers anJ on slgnal to recelve them. _.._._? . VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY.? JameJ Rlver by dayUght for Norfolk, Old Point. Newport News and all James Rlver landlngs. Steamer Mobjack leaves Old Domlnlon whari Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7*00 A. M. Fare to Norfolk, $1.25; second class, 5100; meals, 50 cents. Frelght recelved for all landlngs cn James Rlver. _ Tickets on sale O. D. S. S. Co.'s office, 821 E Main St.. or 809 E. Maln SU. The Jefferson and Mrphv's lloteL Baltimore Steam Packet Co. Equipped with vvirelvs telegraphy. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VI NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Daily except Sunday vla. N & W. Ry. 3:00 P. M., Norfolk o: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. (otie day ln Norfolk) Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday. Wednesday end F'rlday). Tickets at all offlccs For etaterooras apply to 11. M. DOYK1N Agent. 830 East Main Street. fUMRD QHJISES r-To ITALY and EGYPT-***! "CARMANIA," March 5 (20,000 tons) TO ITALY "SAX0NIA," March 19 (14,300 tons) "CABPATHIA.- March 31 (13,600 tons) Excellent ssloon sccoramod? tlom si vtry moderste prices. For fall Ptrilealart nnd Rtsmttions, apply to THE CUNARO STEAMSBIP CO.. LI4. New York, Boston, Chlcago, Minaeapolls, Philadelphia, St. Louls, ban Hrsnclsco, Toronto ?nd Montresl, or Lactl Agtais. S. II. HOWMAN, 70.S Knst Mnlu Sireet. RICHMOND THAN.SFKR CO., .SOI) Ka?t Mnlu Strcet. EASTER CRUISE Uiii-ini; thr l.eui>n I'erl?d o Spc cljil t'riilNi* Iihk Beon Ar HAMBURG4MERICAN LINE I.cuvli>? Ncw York MARCH 24th, on Twln Sorcw Nteiiiuer MOLTKE (H!,50Q 'l'll"*) 141 tlnyw?SH.-..U4) iil?. IlKltMllOA-ST, THOMAS. SAN .11 A\ AXD HAVANA. ' AIho ri'titiitiiur C'rulsea to, Nor-v>ny, SpU*b?rjreu, icelnud. Ktc Wrlte foi- Tntvol Hookri. ' HA1YIBURG-AMERICAN UNE ?11-15 Uroadway. N?w Vink, or I.oimiI A/.cuUi.