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Want Ad. Hates
' ONE CENT PER WORD whcfl
Staid in advance. No Ad. taken
or less than TEN CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
when phoned in er chargod at thoi
counter.
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS
Phone Monroe 1 for th? WANT
AD. MAN to call
(o'jn on: l'lt.v'tieae k<:.: 111>\nT"?t
diu'': and be ready to get one of
ilia good spring openings as a chauf?
feur at $iuo to S15(? per month.
Actual practice Jay or night. I'uy
u parr down and tho balance when
you get a position. Call or write
NATIONAL. AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL,
11 West Main, near Jefferson Hotel.
WANTED. MEN to LEARN BARBER
trade. Only few weeks required.
Wages while learning. (Steady posi?
tion guaranteed. Write for cata?
logue. MOI.er'S BAKBEft CUL
LEGE. '-?'?7 Bowery; Now York City.
WANTED, DOCTOR; a OOOD LOCA
, Uon at Brcntsvillc, Va. Also mer?
chant for this town: dwelling house
arid storeroom combined; for sole or
rent. Inquire of DR. W. 3. HULL,
Brlstow, Va._
BOB compositor WANTED: per
manch! position for a first-class
man ezbkiei* Printer, 2 South
Eighth Stret-t_
WANTED, FOR U. H. ARMY. ABLE
bodlcd, unmarried men. between ages
of 1 s :in<l 35; citizens of United States,
oj good character and temporale hab?
its, who ? an speak, road and write the
English language. For Information ap?
ply to H KCl'. Ill TING OFFICE. SJU East
Broad St , Richmond, Va.; l?l Sycamore
Rt . Petersburg, Va.-. or Columbia Build?
ing. O ran by St.. Norfolk, Va.
6.000 GOVERNMENT P O B IT 1 O n 8
open. Write for list. F BAN klin
institute, Dep't. 390-C. Rochester,
_ N. Y._
XOV AUE WANTED FOR GOVERN
motu position; JSO month. Write for
list of positions open'. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dept. 889 C. Rot bester.
N. Y_
'a practical! up-to-date school.
that admits colored student!'. SOUTH
ERN AUTO SCHOOL; 413 Brook Ave?
nue. _
?Wanted, colored 'man to ?t"
tend to horse.", drive und be useful
around house. II c. UEATTIE, Stou
16, West hampton car line.
{Senwanted.' age is-35. k?r kire
men, tlOO monthly, and brakomen.
J^O, on nearby railroads; e.\
perlchce unnecessary; no strike;
\ positions guaranteed competent
men: promotion; railroad employ?
ing headquarters: over 4?*?? n.ep sent
to positions monthly, stale age, s-nij
( stamp. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION,
enre Times-Dispatch. _
Situation- uManteti. _Walfc
W \nted. ?SlYl' >n "aS ' 1 n i'.EG1S
tered drug clerk: three years' expe?
rience; good reference. Address Box
lor.. Kmporla. \'.t.
YOUNG MAN wishes POSITION AT
anything! honest ami Industrious. H
187; earn Times-Dispatch._
thoroughly. . competent Book?
keeper and accountant of long ex?
perience desires position. U lsa. care
Times-pispatch.
EXPERIENCED TRAVELING SALES
man desires position: familiar with
entire country, O 166, care Tithes
Dlspatchi_
POSITION WANTED AS SOLDERMAN:
live years' experience in all lines of
stock atd -storage tank making;
Soldering and riveting a specialty.
Write CHARLES west, .Teffersdn.
Va. .
..WANTED, BY- M.vn !AND WIFE (NO
children) plare as working farm
fort man. Plenty of energy and not
afraid <'i work. Best references.
Address foreman; care Postmaster.
Bedford City. Va.
^clp (UHaiitcfc, jfcmal.^
Want Er. a ' cooneook'" "and
cleaner for a small family. Refer
, onces required. Good w/.ges and an
easy berth for the right party. Ap?
ply 01t> N. Harrison Street.
? WHITE WOMAN TO COOK AND
clean for a family of two persons.
Must be u good cook. Best wages,
furnished room and good home lor
right party. Address A 127, care
Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, A FEW OIRLS TO work
Jn our net factory. Paid while learn?
ing. L LICHTENSTEIN'S SONS. S
South Fourteenth Street. _
WANT ED, A C( >M B1 NATION NURSE
and maid. Apply at once with ref
: I erences. 1C1S West Grace.
WANTED. GOOD" DINING ROOM GIBE
Apply, with references. L'03 E. Grace.
WANTED. GOOrT ~COOK AT 14 2 I ~ E
Main Street, second floor. Wanted
to slay on lot at night.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED YOUNG LA
dies In our bindery. MITCHELL &
HOTCHKIS8, C-S-10 N. Eighth St..
City.
?fitiiationi ?flantea. .ire-male.
WAXTEDT" W AS 1111 N(?i:ON^TO Y>5'"?f
home. 321 W;_Duvnl Street.
DRESSMAKING-, 211 1-2 *S. PINE ST.
Prices reason-tide. Call Madison 5?01,
lyrnMA omarow.^ inv!^_j_^pj_.u_.t_gs--j_jci
Situation-, ^)vofcs_ionnl.
a YOUNG LAD\' W1 Tti' FOI' IV Y EA RS
of college and normal school train?
ing, who holds a first grade Virginia
certificate, .'ind has taught three
years in Virginia public schools, de?
sires position at once. Prefers high?
er grammer grade work. References
exchanged. Address n P.. care
ntmnster, Yards. Va.
-iTcwt?-iw:i^=-i?:? ?
ijjMlp. $lMt anb female.
W ANT K D, ST BNO< i 11A P11 E i; - BOO K:
keeper (good salary), salesmen,
salesladies, hotel help. PIEDMONT
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Durham,
N. C.
??nli-trnrs ana ihslratntu.
Wantei>; 'salksmen cai,lino' on
manufacturing and hardware trade
to handle an AI side line; liberal
commission. Answer Box f 13.
SALESMEN. To CARRY ONE SAMPLE
OF MEN'S GUN METAL Til* FILUCII
ER SHOES. TO RETAIL for Sl.r.o.
A DRESS HONEST VALUE shoe
FACTORY, BALTIMORE, MD.
Coal ah? _:_ioob
WOOi>' TO _URN SHOlir.D BIO WOOD
Indeed. I have, made a specialty of It
Since 1S?7. Recently i have added
free-burning coal: there is a dif?
ference, loo. LONG. The Wood Man.
Madison 1 009. _
PHONE T7s_"Y?? R OR DE RS ~ FOR
wood and conl of quality. We are
1iero to please yon. Madison fiOOS.
NORTHSIDF. WOOD AND COAL CO.,
C10 North Sixth Street.
:?.\oum?? ?M/mte?.
.want1u\^t?~rent^
ond door. 20 or 25 by 1O0 feet; will
tnko three or live yeftrd' lease. Give
location and irt'ice. Address It 190,
care Tlivtc.s-Dlspalc.il
WA.NTED, TWo ROOMS. FOR. HOUSE -
keeping Must be cheap. B 1&8, care
i linus-Dlspatoh.
X^STTlOcNT. TWO NICELY FURNISH
cd Mionis. with homo comforts.
Phono 4770. 108 W. Marshall._
814 E~ CEAy] BR1GH1\ NICELY PUR
nlshed front room; phono; tran?
sients.
jlflars for ?vchl
s^r?om" fLat^'Second ^?'lTjor.'.
with porch ami all conveniences. Call
_Madison 4037-1... No children.
fuilnished housekeeping flat!
furnished rooms. 7 N..Sixth Street.
&tal ?*tate ?ManteSr~
VbiTn Ren^t Xccouvi placIpSd
With N. W. JJOWE & SON Insures
best results.
BAfiST s?'fTA 11 LB'Vf?R^sVa BLB ?U
garage. 410 West Grace Street.
two SMALL HOUSES for HEN~fT
eight rooms each und basement; tl?.
Inquire corner Urouil nnd Boulevard
(Jl VE US YOIJK I'l7bl'i:T'.TY~t? SKLL
rent or Insure. We will do the rest. |
Ii. N. WALKER'& CO.. Heal Kstato
und Insurance, No. 1. Mutusl Build
%\ZiH estate xoc &>alt.
i s.\'f.i-:.'"i-i-;\V,i:e fa. p.m." osii
and half mil en west of Ceritralia,
Va.; i>rlce ?2.200. .lohn Occult will
show the place. Address JOHN e.
PHASE, Pcnton Harbor, Mich. _ ,
ai\ E US YOU It PROPERTY TO SELL
rent or Insure. We will do the rest.
D. N. WALKER & CO.. Real Estate
ami Insurance, No. 1 Mutual Build?
ing. _
F( IR SALE. FARM. lT_ :^~\ ACRES,
four miles east of Richmond, on
C. & O. Railway; nice orchard;
large barn. 26x50; good well; ground
all Heeded In Kraus. This farm will
be sold at a sacrifice of 11,600 cash;
worth 52.0"o. For further Informa
_llon_upply 22or, i:. RroJd Street
Foit sali:" two small "houses.
Church Hill, renting for month
ei ? h. MUst ho sold at once. Bargain.
RUEHRMUNO BOWLES 720 East
_Mu In Street._
farms and TIMBER lands; OUR
now catalogue con'alnn 400 farms
and timber lands; best bargains In
Virginia. I pay your railroad faro.
Write for free catalogue. Addrcsi
J. R ELaM. Box 267, Charlottesvills,
_Vi>_ ___
FARM for .sale"' NEAR APPOMAT
tdx, Vat; ;<3i 1-2 acreh. for quick sale.
|lS. Must raise some money ha
once. Would take city property or
small farm as part pay. Address
"OWNEn," P. O. Box 704, Greeus
bi.ro. N. C._1
W>:ST!ENM3 LOTS, THE CHEAPEST
to be found. Madison 14 87^ _
for" sali;, io?~ a'?:re~ "farm one
und hall miles west of Centralla.
Va. Inquire of john ORCCTT at
farm. _ _
13 elle VI ie, si'LING i 1ILL, SOUT11
Richmond?Two valuable building
lots, ??ach 31x120 feet; 168:". for quick
sale NOONANDS?N REALTY COR?
PORATION, n. Eighth Street.
Fop. sale. grove A v eni.' e. N1N E
loom:;, detached brick; hot water
heat; electric light; t$.~50.
CARY STREET, BETWEEN FIRST
nnd Second?Sever, rooms, with bslf
basement, containing dining room,
kit. hen. pantry, two cellars, stable
in rear: largo .',0-foot lot, with plen?
ty fruit, shade and flowers?15,000.
MONUMENT AVE.?30-FOOT LOT on
j south side tho avenue at Stuart Mon?
ument. Compare tho price and lo
c.litv?$210 per foot.
WEST GRACE ST.. 1800 BLOCK ?
Nine looms, three baths, steam heat,
electric lights?rft.OOO.
HANOVER AVENUE. 2100 BLOCK?
Eight looms; bath, pantry, cellar,
hot water heat, electric lights?$6.
?i'm'. GARRBTT & CO.. 1000 E. Main.
PERRY 1 st ." SOUTH RICHMOND?
Four valuable building lots, each
33x1 f>Q feet; $ i: per foot, or near of?
fer it sold this week. NOONAND
s' i.V. 2> N. Eighth Street._
MAIN STREET; WEHT OF 'BOULB
vtard?Building lots, 26x100. Will
sell by euetlon Wednesday next at
_i :i0. . J. W. LOR1.?. Auctioneer._
A SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA FARM FOR ,
sale, containing 100 acres good land:
good buildings; good water, good
fencing: In an excellent neighbor?
hood, good school at door: near sta?
tion. For further particulars write
HEN II V W. WITH ERS. Wallace. Va.
YOL'R RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON Insures
beat results
jj?u??icS? ?uportuniUe?.
LOCAL COMPANY BEING-* rjR<; AN-.
i Ized to manufacture on larger scale
j article needed In every home; es?
tablished trade; requires the ser?
vices of a superintendent of factory.
.Must hu familiar with liakery ma?
chinery nnd willing to invest some I
money. L 4:".. rare Tlmes-I ilspatch.
FOR SALE. AN uiA >,"l-STAil I .ISH~ED
drug business at Norfolk, Va.; good
stand, good clean stock, good drug
and soda business; nearly all cash
trade. Owner retiring on account of
health to take up outside work. Ad?
dress WILLIAM J. WHITE, Rank of
Commerce Building. Norfolk. Vn.
DRY QGiptiS, . NOTIONS "ANDV 8HOES.
?Owner is retiring, having made
b fortune in nineteen years at
this store. Now slock to be taken
ot cost. Show ruf."-- etc., practically
thrown in. Large store, good dwell?
ing house; runt $50 month; about $ti.
fiOu required; easy terms can be
arranged. This Is a money-maker.
Sec us quick. NOONANDSON, 28 N.
Eighth Street. _ ,_
TAILORING BUSIN KSS.?$250 WILL
buy a good little tailoring bus?
iness, with furniture, stock, etc., If
; sohl fit once. NOONANDSON, 2S N.
"il5iith Street._
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON Insures
best results._
SEC O N i i-lI A In i > MACHINERY OF
i of every description bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1523 E.
j Cary St. Phone Madison 3526
l WANTED, TO EXCHANGE AUTOMO
bile for building lot or building ma?
terial, o 4??. care Times-Dispatch. j
'
i
FURNITURE AUCTION SALES WANT
ed.?We will guarantee you the besl
results at tlie lowest possible charge.
?IAS VY. LORD faucilonecr 2.r> years']
experience), 28 North Eighth Street.
Call or phone 8 L"> Mad
i
WAITED. CL1:ANINll R Y THE DAY*
Satisfaction guaranteed, 150 Pulliaiu
Street._
WANTED, A PAIR OR SINGLE
horse, stiilable for victoria. Must he
gentle, sound and city broke. Ad
dross "lloltKE." care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED. TO RIJV Fonc?SH. Hli?KfiW
hold goods In any quantity. Phons
Mi.ii^- rtsr.t.
h u M an'" II ?T it' Sou oi IT"a nd sold
I at HUGHES'S. 209 North Third.
M GOLDSTEIN. LADIES' TAILOR.
I I AS MOVED TO SOUTH WEST COR?
NER SEVENTH AND FRANKLIN
STREETS.
YOU R REN T ACCOUNT PLACED
with n. W. BOWE & SON Insures
best resells
SMITIIFIBLD ;'SAUSAGE. ? WRAPPED
In parchment paper; blue label; all
pork.
DAILY PUZZLES
What girl's name?
AKSWiSn 'lO YKSTKRDAT't rtir.7XB,
Hercules.
I_ :&ov ?s>ale. __
FOR hale, A GOOD PAYING PROP?
sltlon to the right party. Valuable
piece of hotel property in a nice
i-Izq Virginia county seat. The hotel
Is In tine condition; good patronage
and flue reputation; has i~ rooms,
all nicely furnished. Owners have
run tin; hotel for many years, and
i have good reason for auJllng. Ad?
dress K 2!,'. care Tliucs-Dlspateh.
elliott FISHER _iLLiNG^lAclllN_
I in tirst-class condition. Call or ad
| _drcsa 3IS E. Main, second floor
[ FOR SALE. COMPLETE SET OF
I shelf and prescription wore; new
furniture and cases, and one Llppen
cott icelcss fountain. PETZOLD
drug C'x, Newport News, Va.
for sale~ne\V' double and sin
Ble trucks; nlso two second-hand
single trucks, two second-hand
grocery -wagons, one second-hand
buggy. .Some bargains In these. Call
quick. D. C. BRISTOW, 16 North
Eighteenth Street.
M. < lOLDSTEIN. LADIES' TAILOR.
HAS MOVED TO SOLTHWEST COR?
NER SEVENTH AND FRANKLIN
STREETS;
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF CON
cord buggies for the business man:
strongly built, line tinUh, easy riding
quality; on easy terms. A. MEYER'S
SONS. 731 East fary. _ _
GOOD BUSINESS BUOOIES FOR A
little money; don't fall to see us it
you want serviceable buggies cheap:
rubber-tired phaetons. Jll'1 and $155.
BIO LOT OF HORSE BLANKETS;
will close out at reduced prices.
ONE-HORSE TRUCK; WILL CLOSE
i out cheap for cash: also several
laundry wagons and top delivery
wagons.
[ONE DUMP WAGONi COST 1125; WILL
.-ell at $llu; bargain?see It: closing
them out. BBISTOW-WOHSHA.M
CO.. 1417 East Main,
$0:, TOP BUGGY, tf.O; SURREYS. RUN
abouls at reduced prices, wagon
and truck. If you are looking for
a good buggy buy from us. T. II.
DUKE & CO.. S04 Brook Ave._
LUX IBER. LATHS. SI 11 NO lbs, s A sk,
blinds, doors. WOODWARD &. SON,
Ninth and Arch. Richmond, Va._
FOR SALE. AS A WHOLE OR AN IN
terest in ? an established, fully
equipped paper-box plant In Wash?
ington, D. C., making all kinds of
made-up boxes; also folding, suit,
florists and Inundrv boxes. Reason
for selling owners" operate another
large paper-box factory and cannot
?Ivo proper attention to this plant.
Cood opportunity; will sell at a very
low tlgure. Address .1. E. SMITH.
J. E. Smith Co.. 0 North Central
Avenue. Baltimore, Md.
STO<'K OWNERS. TRY OUR PURE
scrap-sugar syrup on your long feed:
13 cents gallon. 1S15 East Franklin.
FOR! SALE, AT. BARGAIN TO* QUICK
cash buyer, good tailoring business:
small town; cash trade; up-to-date
store. Address F 22. care Times
I lispstch.
3KoarDinfj^__?-:
P_RliLAN ENTe. Xffb ""TTS A N~"sTe NT
board at miss PALMORE'S, 317 East
Fra nklln._
WANTED! BOARDERS FOR LARGE,
desirable rooms on second tloor. Also
table b?ai dei s. i'cii E. i trace _
HOT WATER HEATED ROOMS WITH
board. II0 West Grace Street.
PERMANENT. TRANSIENT AND TA
ble boarders. I'S;, West Grace. Mad
1 Ison .r>~ai._
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
rooms, with excellent board. 814
Piirk Avcnue._
WHEN YOb COME TO. RICHMOND
stop where you can get a nice, clean,
comfortable bed for f?0 cents; special
attention to ladles traveling alone.
1002 East Clay. _ _
DESIRABLE FRONT ROOM, 312 SOUTH
Third; also single room; heated;
tnhlo board a specialty.
BOARDERS WANTED l~"OR DESIR
uble rooms. MRS. MILLER. 723
West Main._
WANTED! YOUNG MAN TO OCCUPY
hall room, with board: private fam?
ily. Mc.ilson ;U)tj_-.I. :-17 W. Main._
10 N. FIFTH STREET.
COR. E. FRANKLIN STREET.
_IjOARD^AN\> '^Siim?mi.1 (?A?_
??ntu-iP?aStt anil _iut s&t?cfe.
ONE '""sORRF.i"/ MARE FOR SALE
Call at HUNDLEY'S STABLE.
F OR SALE. THREE MAMMOTH
bronze toms. large handsome and
young; one Hampshire buck, thor?
oughbred yearling; Berkshire pigs,
both sexes; White Leghorn cocks.
Address MEADOWBROOK FARM.
_Drcwry's Bluff. Vs._
WANTED, SECOND-HAND MODEL IN
cubator. We have for ?nie. or ex?
change olio Clipper lawn mow. r that
has never been used. FRANKLIN
POULTRY YARDS. Krank tin. Va._
s7~?. RHODE ISLAND' REDS. FIRST
und second prize pens .it Richmond
show. 1911; eggs for sate from prize
winning and utility stock. A few
cocks and cockerels for sale. BUCK
HILL POULTRY FARM. Buck Hill.
South Richmond. Va. Phone Madi?
son 2319. _
FOR SALE. ONE LARGE BAYi'PONV.
six years old; sound, kind and tfon
tle: broken to saddle and harness:
suitable for ladles und children.
Sold under positive guarantee. E. T.
HIOGASON. Wylllosburg, Va.
polices.
\V AN TED "THE" PfJB.^_* TO KNOW
that .lahnke Bros.. Jewelers, ?911
East Main treet, buy. sell, ex?
change and remount diamonds In
the latest stylos. Old gold and sil?
ver taken In exchange.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.?ON AND
after January R, Mr. J. P. Dashicll
has severed all C?hnoctioii with the
Ohas. E. Loehr Company. General
Insurance Agency, third tloor. Mu?
tual Building. All business claims
due by Mr. Dashicll will be paid In
cash by the ('has. E. Loehr Co., and
nil outstanding premiums should be
promptly remitted, check payable di
_reet to Clins. E. Lochr Company.
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON lnsu.es
heat results.
YOUR GROCER WILL~S_PP"LY YOU
with Smlthflold Sausage; all yurli,
j?ottcef
M. GOLDSTEIN, LADIES' TAIIjOR.
HAK MOVED TO SOUTHWEST COR
NER SEVENTH AND FRANKLIN
streets.
iHifteUaneous.
KU? li' oui,
whEREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO
catod?stiffness and soreness of mus?
cles, or Joints?rub In Froyser*?
Great Nervo und Dono Liniment, and
the pain disappears; the greatest all
round liniment In use toe man and
beast: try It?don't oufter?here If
the right help; 25c bottles, at drug?
gists'._
MATTRbSbEb.
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES REMADE
now; sanitary methods used; reliable
work. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, 'ill
East Broad Street. Madison 3104.
Hl I?E REPA IIXINO"
MEN'S SHOES. WHOLE-SOLED, $1;
half-soled. 75c.; Indies', 60c: chil?
dren's. 40c... and up, according to
size. Every pair sewed; no nails
or pegs. Best' leather. DREW'S j
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY* 716 E.
_Main. Phone Monroe J266L_
HAU LI NO. I
ip you want your hauling done
quickly and promptly at nny hour.
night or day, call ERPS, the Hauler.
Phono Madison 1801; night, Madison
570.1-L. Wagons furnished by yearly
contract.
'?: BAKKRY!
ANGEL CAKES ONLY K.C. EACH AT
DRINKARD'S, 423 1-2 North Sixth.
Monroe phono 4D)._ _
B? KERY.
Angel cakes only ioc. each at
drinkard'S. 423 1-2 n Sixth.
I bakery.
! angel CAKES only ioc. EACH at
i drinkard'S. 423 1 -2 n. Sixth._
CLARK's BAKERY.
YOU SHOULD JUST CALL AND TRY
our delicious cakes, pies and bread,
and we will be suro to secure an?
other customer, as there are no bet?
ter made. 1706 Bast Main Street.
OPTICIAnT
I IF YOUR eyes FAIL YOU. SEE DR.
1 H. BREITSTEIN, the Optician, 118 ;
; Eaet Broad Street. Hundreds get
relief; why not you?
WATCH UKr?lKINO.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OK I
cleaned by YVM. TOBIEN, JR. Is t
guarantee that It Is done properly.
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
II; main springs, $1. 408 Et"=t ?road
Street. Avil work guaranteed.
AUTOMOBILES
A FEW USED LOCOMOBILE GASO
leno touring cats at very low prices.
In touring, tourabotlt and closed
bodies, overhauled and repainted,
covered by ??r standard warranty.
Pull specifications and prices cheer?
fully furnished. "The best will serve
you better." THE LOCOMOBILE
COMPANY OF AMERICA. 1121 Con
necticut Avenue. Washington. D. C.
LADIES! GRAY HAIR SWITCHES.
WE HAVE A SPECIAL line OF
llrsl quality gray hair switches. We
are selling bargains tills week. 221
Broad Street._ _ _
furs! furs!
i
furs: furs: bargains: finest
Alaska and Russian furs. Clearing
out bargains. .Muffs and scarfs.
Come and seo bargains. 221 Broad
I_St reet._
HAIR.
LADIES. YOUR HAIR IS IMPORTANT
Your cut hair or combings
made into beautiful switches, puffs,
pompadours, wigs, frontpleces. etc..
In the .most artistic manner. Chnrges
very moderate. L"j 1 Broad Street.
TO LADIES, HAIR GOODS.
1 W B ARE SELLING REA*L HAIR
puffs; b<-st French quality; groat
i bargains. 221 Broad Street.
j haul
to LADIES: PUFFS. puffs. those
: prolty hair puffs, made from your
I own combings or cut hair; charges
very moderate 221 Brand Street.
hair; *
LADIES. VH P. HAIR. IF you WANT
Imitation hair don't come. We sell
real hair, guaranteed, at imitation
prices. Bargains tills week. 221
Broad Street._ _
HAIR ? V ES. YOlTrTllAIR.
WE RECOLOR OR REMAKE HAIR
Switches, puffs, etc. Charges vory
moderate._221 Broad_Street.
hair"
to ladies. your hair. don't
buy imitation hair goods. They are
dear at any price. We sell real Imit?
at Imitation pi-Ices. Bargains this
week. 221 Pioad Street.
Q\itiwn^S5>ale?, Jfuture "?Bapa
FOR WH OM**"* IT "i MAY CONCERN: *
We will sell at public auction, at 1
the Richmond Stock Exchange. Rich?
mond, Vn., on
WEDNESDAY. january 18.
at 12:20 P. Mi, the following securities:
$2,000 VIRGINIA 3 PER CENT.
BONDS.
loop RICHMOND. VA.. 4 PER cent
I BONDS.
20 SI/ARES SOUTHERN RAILWAY,
I PR E PER R El ?
! 10 SHARES VIRGINIA-carolina
CHEMICAL co., PREFERRED.
JOHN L. WILLIAMS & SON,
Richmond. Va.
Auction Sales Future Days"
Rv Noonandson Realty Corporation,
2S North Eighth Street.
j At request of owner, we will offer
for :-nle at auction.
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY' 18TH,
at 4:30 p. M..
on lot. that beautiful bulldlnc lot on
Main SI reel, smith side. East Shepherd,
lot bring 26 feet by 130. Opportunity
, to ;;el a nice lot for your home, or
{ chance for speculation. (
TERMS: Ea.-y, and announced all
! rale.
noon A NDSON REALTY
CORPORATION, Auctioneers.
Factory for Sale
Five Brick Hulldlngs. 10,000 square
ft ol Moor space, two acres ground;
railroad siding on promises. Located
on Pulton yards of c. &? O. lt. R.?
$6.500,
Investigate this bargain.
OARRETT * CO.,
1008 I-:. Miin St.
THE NOONANDSON REALTY CORPO?
RATION,
Auctioneers
OF
REAL ESTATE. PERSONAL proper?
TY AND STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE.
Auction sales conducted on or off tho
the premises, on the shortest notice,
and on most reasonable terms.
' Phone Madison 815.
Address 2S North Eighth S.t , Richmond.
J. % LOIO?. AAtcUancer.
Suction fealea. jfuture JBap?. Suction j&alc?. future ?apjc
Special Announcement
BALE EXTRAORDINARY OP GENUINE MAHOGANY FURNITURE IN
ORIGINAL AND QUAINT DESIGNS.
Friday Morning, January 20th, at 10:30,
THESE BEAUTIFUL PIECES ARE WORKED OUT IN SOLID MAHOGANY
IN THE WONDERFUL DESIGNS OF THOSE CLASSIC PERIODS'
OF HISTORY. WHOSE EXQUISITE FURNITURE HAS
NEVER BEEN KQUALED FOR DELICACY AND
REFINEMENT OF DESIGN.
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION IN THE RESIDENCE.
603 West Main Street
Below Ik a part list of what's to bo sold. We Invite every lover of
art In furnituro to view this notable collection, which will he on exhibition
all day Thursday, January l?th.
4 Beautiful wardrobes In solid
mahogany, containing chosts of
drawers, hand-carved baso and
crown.
3 Exquisite card and serving
tables, sliding and drop leaf; must
be seen to be appreciated.
4 Chests of drawers, some marblo
top. In genuine mahogany.
2 Very pretty centre parlor
tables; carved base; perfect grain.
2*As handsome china closets ever
offered. Largo roll columns, glass
paneled, circular effect: very rich
and antique.
Magnificent mahogany rockers
handsomely hand-carved; massive,
maplo lined; In perfect condition.
7 Lovely bureaus in mahogany
and rosewood. Somo havo hand
carved baso; rich and rnro.
1 Grandfather's clock, In solid
mahogany; roll crown, plain panel;
4-foot door. A specimen excep?
tionally rare and beautiful.
3 Elegant bedroom suits, ward?
robes to match. In rosewood; beau?
tifully hnnd-earved, massive and In
perfect condition.
5 Fire sets, some in brass, brass
trimmed and solid Iron. All very
large rolling arms; beautifully up- antique and hund-mnd
holstered. i 3 Pier tables: beautifully carvod
4 massive rosewood sofas, expen?
sively hand carved; a work of art.
All In elegant condition.
2 Book cases; shelving all In
perfect condition.
1 Hall rack, mirror front, spiral
columns. Very pretty In rosewood.
1 Heavily made refrigerator. In
rosewood: n rare specimen.
4 Handsome gilt mirrors, fully 7
feet high: Jjjeautlful carved col?
umns; extendeil scroll crowns.
60 Pieces of the highest grades
of silverware.
2 Beautiful carlor cabinets, one
In rosewood; hand-carved brackets.
Very old and rare: rich designs.
3 Mahogany dressers: "heavy ! Indeed.
sides and feet: unsurpasred In rich?
ness and design.
1 Exquisite plor table; Italian
marble top: carved extension col
it mns; heavy mirror. A most raro
and beautiful piece.
2 Massivo Davenports In solid
mahogany; clnw feet; heavy pol?
ished hack; elegant pieces.
n Mahogany sideboards; largo
drawers; massive columns; In per?
fect condition.
7 Hand-patntlngs in gcnulno oil.
Also sovoral rich steel engravings
in elegant condition.
10 Hand-hammered brass fern
i dishes and Jardlneres; very pretty
framed mirrors; plain nad carved
columns.
1 Folding drop-leaf sewing table:
a .perfect gem: carved feet. 3
drawers.
4 Beautiful rosewood wnrdrobes.
Mahogany Hester bedsteads
heavy massive head and footboards
exquisitely hand-carved. Roth ex?
ceptionally rare, and prize winners
1 Writing desk: glass front: very
old and rare design;
VLSO A FINE COLLECTION" OF LARGE AND SMALL ORIENTAL RUGS
IN ROYAL MAH AN. IRAN'. MO UBSOUL KURDISTAN, ROYAL
MESHED. HAMID AN AND BELOUCHISTAN MAKES. IN SIZES
FROM :'.fi BY 40 INCH ES TO 12 BY 15 FEET.
LOTS OF OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
BE ON HAND. RAIN OR SHINE REMEMRER Till: DATE, PLACE
/SD TIME OF SALE: FRIDAY", JANUARY 20TH. AT 10:3? A. M.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND.
THE VIRGINIA AUCTION CO., GENERAL AUCTIONEERS,
"do-roe 2SS3. 616 East Broad Street. Madison 3551.
Auction Sale by
McCluro-Davcnport-Tavlor Co., Inc.,
104 North Eighth Street.
SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS SALE
OF
THREE VALUABLE PIECES OF LAND
?4. 4 1-2 anJ 4 3-4 ACRES?ON OS
BORNE TURNPIKE. HALF MILE
EAST OF RICHMOND.
These trill make excellent homo sites
or trucking places.
Pursuant to a decree of the Henrlco
Circuit Court, entered November 17,
i 1910, In the i ase of Horn.' Brewing
Company, etc., vs. .lohn IV; Clarke. Jr.,
et als. and being therein authorized
so to do. 1 will sell by public auction, on
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. 1911,
at 12 o'clock noon,
on the premises, the following parcels
of land;
First. All that certain lot or tract
of land lying and being In the county
of llenrico, Va.. nenr the eastern limits
of the city of Richmond, containing
four (4) acres, and bounded as follows:
Commencing nt a point ne.tr Almond
j Creek; thence running southeasterly
! along an Irregular line about live hun?
dred and sixty (f>60) feet to a stake;
! thence south 5 degrees west, three
! hundred nnd sixty (3t',0) feet; thence
south $!> degrees west, two hundred
land ninety t 290) feet; thence north 13
degrees west, six hundred and Beven
; teen (817) feet to a point of beginning.
; (Sec D B. 1S0B. page 1">, Henrlco Cir?
cuit Court.)
Second. All that certain piece or
parcel of land, lying and li?lng in the
county of Henrlco. Va., about half mile
or more below the city of Richmond.
1 south of McCOtll Street. In the plan of
"Marlon Hill." and fronting on said
I street, beginning nt a point on the east
side of what Is known ai Tompkln's
Street and running eastwardly three
, hundred and forty-five (345*) feet,
? bounded on the east and south by the
j lands of Neil MeCoul and on the west
; by what Is known as the said Tomp
i kin's .Street, containing four anil one
I half (4%V acrrs. more or less. (See
' D. B. ISfiO. page 272, Henrlco Circuit
Court.
Third. All that certain piece or par?
cel of land, lying and being in the
county of Henrlco. Va., north of Me?
Coul Street. In the said plan of "Mar?
ion Hill." and fronting on said street,
beginning at a point on the north line
thereof, marked by a stone separating
said property from that of Sterling
Ollmer, and 'running eastwardly thrcu
hundred and seventy-six (37iD feet,
and being bounded on the east by the
lands of John W. Clark nnd on the
west by the property of the snld Ster?
ling Ollmer. and on the north by Al?
mond Creek and the property con?
veyed by the said John W. Clarko. Jr.,
to Olivia M. Quarlcs. anil containing
"four and scventy-nlne-one hundreds
(4.79) neres. (See D. B. 1RCB, pagu
272. Henrlco Circuit Court.
TERMS: One-third cash and residue
In three equal Instalments, payable,
respectively, at six. twelve and eight
1 teen months from date of sale, with
Interest at r, per c#nt.. secured by deed
of trust.
JULIEN' OUNN.
Special Commissioner.
By The Valentine Auction Co..
Auctioneers.
? I
STOCK OF IIIOH CLASS GROCERIES,
STORE FIXTURES. 1' N ION PI RED
LEASE OF N?S. 816 AND 318 NORTH
SECOND STREET, AT AUCTION.
On necount of having other busi?
ness requiring tholr entire time and
attention, we will sell for lite owners
nt Nos. 311! and 318 North Second
Street.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19TH.
commencing at 111:30 o'clock, a dean,
fresh stock of popular and high-grade
groceries, such as Canned Tomatoes,
Corn. Asparagus. Syrups mid Molasses.
Peaches. Bartlett Pears, Lima Beans,
Early June Peas. Campbell's Soups,
Putted Meats. Pineapple, Winner Milk.
Royal. Rutnford ami Oood Luck Making
I 1 uders. Rottled Catsup. Vinegar, 1
PlcklOS, Olive Oil. Salad Dressing, etc.;
j Octagon, Moon. Ivory and Sweetheart
Soaps, Pearllhe and other Washing
! Powders. Peanut Butter, Cocoa, Cakes
I ami Cans, Crackers. Flour. Meal, S11
gar, Eggs. Mackerel, Washboards, etc.
? . CASE GOODS.
Three cases winner Ml Hi. one case
Mustard Sardines, live rases Dinglev
I Sardines one case Ivory Soap, two
cases Chip Heel', seven cases ATTtMltlc
Matches, thirty rolls Wrapping Paper.
125,000 Paper Bags (assorted sizes),
twelve cases Butter Trays.
FIXTURES.
upright show Case, two Counter
I Show cases, oak Cashier's Desk and
> Stool, line Marble Top "Cincinnati Sup?
ply Company" Meat Counter In llnisheil
oak. about 0 feel long; two line Meat
Rloeks. three pair Scales. Preserve Case
Good Coffee Mill, oil Tank and Meas?
ures, one 12-foot counter, two Awn-'
Ings, store Shades nnd other tlxttires.
Also the imexpired least' und license
This is a Hue stand for Hie right
man. who can give his undivided at?
tention to the business.
Sale positive, without limit or re?
serve. Stock nnd ilxtures will he sohl
In detail.
TERMS: Cash.
TiLE YALKNTIXE AUCTION Q?.
p.y c. u .t n. ii riPTioon,
Heal Estate Au< tloneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
A YALUARLE FARM IN HANOVER
COUNTY. ON Tili: CREIGHTON
ROAD, ABOUT EIGHT MILES FROM
THE CITY" OF RICHMONM.
By virtue of a deed of trust dated
I October 30, 1D03. and of record In Han?
over Circuit Court. D. B. 43. pace 201,
default having been made in the pay?
ment of the. debt Hierein secured, and
being required so to do. 1 will sell, at
public auction, on the premises, on
FRIDAY. JANUARY 20, 1011,
at 12:30 P. M?
nil that certain tract or parcel of land,
with all the Improvements therein,
lying and being In the county of Han?
over, Va., containing 100 acres, more
or less, and bounded by the Crelghton
Road. Chtckahomlny River and n por?
tion of the Cains tract. This land Is
well adapted to trucking.
TERMS: Cash as to the expenses of
executing this trust and to paying
note of $1.100. with interest therein
from October 30, ifiOT; balance at one
and two years.
_C. L, PR NOON. Trustee.
feteamtjoetsi
Go
"to:
%20 u? Round Thip mow Nt* >o??
I Twin Scr#?w ??> * "tivrviuiltai*," wfrtSO mnft. ?all* <?*???r?
Wednetduy. 10 ? n
Qliprtteels. eleciric fan* wirtiru ieicgrapn>
! Faiir it, new cat ana only Steamer lundiny nji.ifj.tf'ra a?
Ithe tJocii In Oertnud? Yaara. Inrluillnar nvlfl?. ?Iior?
titonUni. ?trs. ?i gjirciui rnt4-?
WEST INDIES
.?im a. * "I'ulaiia' a?ll? Jan lOlh. Kfti. 18th, and Bit???
j itdinrra lortitlglilly (or SI. Thomas, lit. Crolx. St. Km-.
Antidot, (juiitaloupe. Dominica. Murtlnlque. SI. Lucia,
llart.adocs and Drmonin. For llliiatruleri pimphlrl.
. apply to A. K. o 11 t It II it I Uli I A CO.. UrH'l Aajla.
OaAx S. a. Ce. I.lll. MI? liruu.l...,. >???? tori.
or Samuel II, tlotrmnn, 7CS Kust Main Street.
I or nil) ticket UBcnt, or Quebrc 8. S. Ca.,
I.'d., Iluebec.
Holy l.nud. Mir. etc.
Fluent Trip Ever l'launed.
Slrlclly t lii: Claas.
I.en vine New York Jnn. :?8.
11? the S. ?. CLEVELAND (17.000 tonal
DURATION e^oe AND
80 DAYS. COST ipo^J fl*._
im 1 filier Cruises tt' the Weil l?rtteT South i
I Amfrlca.ArnuiliI tl.o W.irl.l.Cli the Ml' 'If |
Send tot llttutretid Booklttt.
HAMBURG-AM EU I CAN LINK,
4111 BroadTiT. H, Y
or Local Agonts.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co
NorfcLt. to Doaton, Mass., act!
JTovldruee, R. L
I Steamer* leave Norfolk for Rotton, <un.,
I Tucs and Frl.; for Providence Man.,
I Wed. and sat. at S P. M. Passclfrer? and
freight taken 'or ah New Ktmland point*.
Tickets on sale at office C. & O. Ry.. N. ft
IV. it}'.. S. If. Ho? mnn. ICS Rast Mala, aas
Richmond Transfer Co.. 10* Enst Main.
, BERMUDA & WEST INDIES
5-Day 'lour.$36.50
8- Day Tour.$53.50
9- Day Tour.$57.50
12-Day Tour.$f?N.5t>
"ASK MR. ROW MAN,"
Steamship and Tourist Agent,
708 B. Main Street.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
l-.Oo A. i ?Yjl:??last iralua io Oia fol*C
4:00 1*. < Newport Nim ?ud Norfolk.
1:40 A.?Dally. Local to Now port Kjwi
l:W p.?Dally. Local t? Cid Polet.
1:1/0 1'. I Dally?Louisville and Cincinnati
11:1? P. < Pullmana.
? P.?Daily, "St. Louls-Cht?-.-? SSSOtlJ."
Pullmans,
1:10 A.?Dally?ChariQtterrtlle. Wee* days
? HlDtOB.
6:15 P.?Week days. Local to Oordoosvllla.
10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg. Lex.. C. Von*.
Iltt P.?Week days. To Lynchburg.
TRALN9 AHHHB RICHMOND.
Local from Baal?S:35 A. U., T-.ro P. M.
Through from Eaal?11:11 A. 54.. t:ii P. 1C
Local (rota W?l-?1:1? A. M., 8.15 A. 11..
? :20 P. M.
Through?7.00 A. lt., 1:48 p. M.
James River Ltn?~?8:15 A. 14.. ?:U P. it.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B?Following schedule flguroa published
aa Information nnd not guaranteed;
8;1J A. 11.? Dally?Local for Charlotte. Dur?
hum and Ralslgh. 10:4? A. M.?Dally?Limit
t ed?For all polnta South. Drawing Room
. Kuif.it Sleeping Car to Memphis via Aloe
> v. io and Chattanooga. 1:00 P. SI.?Ex. Sun?
Local for Durham and Inlerniei lato stations.
?:W P. .M.?Ex. Sun.?Keyevlll* Local. U:il
; P. M.?Daily?Limited?For all poluts South.
I Pullman ready ?;so P. M.
YORK RIVER t.INH.
I 4:10 P. M.?Es. Sun -To West Pt.. connect
; Ing fur Baltimore Man.; Wed. and Frl. 6:0*
i A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 5:15 P. M.?Moo., Wed.
i and Frl.?Local to We?i Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho South: 4:59 A. M.. 8:? P. M.,
dally; S:to A. M , Ex. Sun.; 11:S5 Ex. Sun.;
! 1:00 P. M? dally. From West Point: 1:10 A.
j M.. Daily; 11:35 A. M., Wed. and Frl.; 4:lf
? M.. Ex. Sun.
B. E. BURGESS. D. P. A.
?0 E. Main St 'Phnne Madison 455.
Atlantic Coast Lina
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 9. 15IL
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAI IVY.
For Fiorlda and South: 1:00 V. M., 1:15 A.
11. and 7:36 P. M. *:0:30 P. M.
For Norfolk: 3:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M , 4:11
P. M.
For N. A W. Ry. West: ?:'.5 A M., 1:00 A,
II., S:? V. M. and 9:20 P. 14.
For Petersburg: 1:00 A. M., <:li A. M., 1:11
A. M 9:00 A. M , 12:10 P. M., S:00 P. lt..
4:10 P. It., 1:CC P. M? 7:35 P. M., 9:20 P. If..
U:46 P. M.
Fo. cioidsboro and Fayottevlllo: "4:1.9 P. M.
Trains arrlvo Richmond dally: 4:40 A. M..
15:10 A. M-. ?>:<? A. M., r7:<V> A. M., ?S:37 A. M..
: "10:45 A. M.. II:40 A. M., ?::?) P. M.. "2:15
P. II., 6:C5 P. M.. S:S5 p. M., S;00 P. If.; 9:00
P. It.. U;30 r. M.
?Except Sunday. {Except Monday. "Sun
I day only.
Time of arrival and departure and conneo
tions not guaranteed.
C. P '-AMPBELt^ D. P. A.
RiCuioDu.FTeu?riCaSu'g&PotoiiiacR.R.1
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Leave Richmond
?l.riOA.JI. HjrrdSt.Sta.
?5.20 A.M. IlyrdSt.Sta.
?5.12 A.M. Main St. Sta.
?"7.1.". a.m. 11) i a Si. m.i.
?U.tO A.M. Iljrrd St. Ma.
VD-U0 A.M. Main St. Slo.
'12.01 noon II) rd St. Sta,
il.Wll'.M. II) rd St. Sta
M.15 Pill; KIM Station.
?5.16P.M. Main St. Sta
?S.20 f.M. Ryrd St. Sta
Arrive Illohmond
?7.50 A.M. TtyrdSt.Sta.
si t .25 A.M. Klua Station,
til. .16 A.M. 11) rd St. Sin.
'1.12 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?2.45 P.M.BjrlSt.St*.
?J.80 P.M. njrdSt.fita.
tS.lOP.M. MslnSt.Sta.
?11.10 P.M. Hfrd St.SU.
tlO.20 P.M.BjrdSt.Sta.
M1.25 P.M. Main Si. Sta.
?12.?Onl?tit IlyrdSt.Sta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
I. earc Bird St. Sta. 1JU) P. It. for Frodcrieksbnrir.
. l.cate Klba St?. i.iVI A. M.,0..10 P. M. for Aslilnna.
i trrlre Bird St. Sta. h.'Jn A.M. rrom Frodcrlcksb'c.
! ArrlTO Elba Sis. CUD A.M.,5^10 P.M.from A-hland.
"Daily. tWeelcdays. gSundaya only.
V Daily except Monday.
All trains to or from Byrd Strtet Station
: (except trains leaviop 4.50 a. m. and arrlvlnr
II. 50 night) atop at Elba. Time of arrivals and
' departures not euaranteed. Read the signs.
Norfolk and Western Railway
I ONLY ALL KAIL LINS TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Eltect January 10, 1811.
... 1 . Kyrd Street Station. Richmond. FOR
.NORFOLK: ??:? A. M., ?3:00 P. M.. ?4:1? P.
M.
FOR LYNCHBURll AND THE TEST:
'C:i3 A. II., -J:00 A. M.. ?1:00 P. M.. ?9:11
P. SI.
Arrive Richmond frjm Norfolk: "11:49 A.
II., ?6:30 P. M., MOJO P. It. From tho West:
?6:50 A. II., a2:00 P. M.. b2:l5 P. 54., 1:03 P.
M.. ?9:00 p. M.
?Dally, nllally, ex. Sunday. bSundaj only.
Pullman, Parlor nnd Sleeping Cars, Csft
Dining Care. C. H. BOSLET.
W. R. BEVILL. I>. P. A.. Richmond, Va.
Q. P. A.. Ronnoke. Va.
RicbmoDrl and Petersburg Electric Ratlwa?
Cars leave Manchester, SeventA and Parry,
1 for l'eiersburi;:
??. 7. S, ?3. 10. 11. ?12 A. M . 1, 2, ?3. 4. (,
??5:45, 'ii. 7. S, ?9. Io P. M.
11:00 P. M. (or Chaster, 12:00 midnight for
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchester:
6:15, fi:3:., ??J:13, '7;35, 8:35 . 9:3T.. ?lOiS?. 11:15
, A. M.. 12:J5. M:3j. i:3j. 3:35. M:36. 6:15. 6:JS
ri:?, KtSS, 9:35. 'lOAO. 11:40 P. 14.
?Carries baggago and express.
"Llinlied, except Sundays, and holidays.
All cars from Petersburg connect with cars
|jr Kelunond.
SCtBOAKI) AIR LINK.
Southbound trains scheduled to leav? Rleh
mond dally: 9:10 A. M.?Local to Nnrllna.
I:S0 P. II.?Sleepera and coaches. Atlanta.
Dlrniliigliuin. Savannah, Jnoki-ouviiiu und
Florida points. S:l2 P. il.?Florida Lim?
it- d. da:1y, except Sunday. 11:15 P. M.?Sleep
>-rj and coaches. Savannah. Jacksonville, At?
lanta, Birmingham and Memphis. North?
bound, trains scheduled to arrive Richmond
dal!) : 5:33 A. M., 9,:? A. II. except Monday.
i:lC, P. II., i:tf. P. V.
RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE BAT
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schedule of electric trains to and from
Ashland, a'.opplag a: Intermediate stations
upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Broad and
L.urel Kts.l: 0;?b. ?7:10. 8:10b, 9:10b, ??10:10,
11:10 A. If.; 1:10, 2:10. 3:13. 4:10b, 5:10. 6:20,
I 7:10. 8:leh. 10:10. 11:45 P. M. Lv. Ashland:
?6:55. V00b. S. fb. 10. "11 A. M.. ?12 M., "L
. S. 4, 5b, 0. 7. 8. 9b. 11 P. M.
?Dally except SuncWy. ??Sunday only.
bCnrrles rs-cgugn.
?ftteamtaoats.
I OLD DOMINION LINE
j Lv. Richmond foot of Aoh St. dally.7:00 P. M.
I Lenv,. Now-port News.5:00 A.M.
Arrive Norfolk .6:00 A. M,
? Connects with main lino steamers leavlnm
! Nortolk for New York daily except Sunday
17:00 P. M Cohn? an also made by N. A
i W. Ry. 8 P. M. rind C. & O. Ry. ct 4 P. U.
NlRhi Line steamers stop at Clnremont to
I Innil or receive passengers on signal.
' VlttULNlA NAVRiATlOM CO.-Jumes River
; by daylight (or Norfolk. Old Point, New.
pert News ami ull James River landings.
J .Steamer leaves Monday. Wednesday and
I Friday at 7;i?J A. M. Frclsht received foi
Bit Jumes Illver lui-.-Hngs.
.Wulti (icbet Office. 821 K. Main Street.
Steam Packet
Company
K Cruises do I.nxe ts
Cuba-West ludies-Panama-Bermuda
auvKvrv victni' Kx??iK?oeta
:!,- West InJlei r>?ea(er t'rada.
R.M.S.P. t?1X<.,,AV0H",t?o..8
Jna. II (3? dar?' HI let Jt ap-Vub. IS
m-JilajiltlSOa ?P-M?r. ?5(I?ll?J8)
SSI It up.
tk*lM|?f1 1,'tl . IfSIHSS '? ..tr.tifci (tt
BMltMls tit -..-i....... m is. if ,,1 UdlM uu ?tanr.
tVf.ikly Rslltses from Sew Her ?. X. lt., N. t.
Cuba ? Jamaica ? Pauanta ? Colombia
A tic January 1st Itouud Trip 10
BERMUDA, S20 and Up
Inclusirt Tourt *t Moder.\to Kates.
SANDK?S0N & SON. 21-24 SUU St, Kcw Yerk
tzasa ceo nzap ec/a trso ton rrrra crm saaao aasa tosa tss^a racaa errrj tmsa txaat~<
... GIBRALTAR
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