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Greater Richmond's Greater Newspaper
& te ?Tim ?fi ^?^g>- ^ijapat rii
GREATEST WANT AND REAL BS.
TATK MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA. A KU
ONH OF TUB BEST IN AMKUIW.
Want Ad Rates
In affect June 11, 1911.
Daily, one cent per w/?rd when paid
fin advance. No Ad. taken for lea* than
ten cent*.
One and one-bait centa a word all
clamuut-Mtion? except Situation Wanted
(or ounday. Situation v? anted, oue ceui
? Vord. No Ad, bunday takcu lor let>i>
than uiteeu ceuta.
No Ads. tniteii (or les? than twenty
? ve cenia nbea phoned tu or cUnrtcd
ot the counter.
Phone oruern not guaranteed.
Cla??IIR-aUou not ?vuarantved aftci
9 I'M) 1*. .11.
l'or business contracts, aend toi the
Want Ad. ?UD, phono Monroe U
"tour, ano j-ouuo
lug seventy-two pearls, one diamond
and ruby, either on Twenty-third,
JelXerSon Avenue, Tweniy-lii tn North
or Twenty-Sixth Street. inward it
relurnod to at'.' North Twenty-sixth
Street;_
IXJ?T," BETWEEN 91? west GRACE
Street and llarri-on and Broad
Birgel?, or on Clay Street or Broad
and Main car, between Harrison and
Broad and Fourteen lb and Muln
Streets, or on Fourteenth Street, be?
tween Main and Gary, one gold lock
?I to watch fob, with Initials lt. V. V.
on one side and deer h;iid with dia?
mond eyes on oilier Hide. Beward
If returned to 317 West Grace Street.
or to K'chmond Hardware Company.
Lost, $5 on decatur street; by
a widow with five children to caro
for; 15 oer week la her only Income;
the loss leaves her pcnnllesu and
badly in'n^ed of food and fuel. Tho
flndor will do a charitable act by
returning same to MRS. e. I'. wat
kins. 230 East Sixth Street, South
Richmond._;
lost. MOKDAT AFTERNOON, ON
Dill's Road, between Northslde Storo
and Meohanlcavlllo Turnpike, gold
?watch and fob; monogram w. H. H.
on case. Reward If returned to 1315
Third Avenue, Highland Park, or
phone Madison 5658-j._
loST. SILVER CARD CASE. EN
yravod with monoarram "M. B. o.";
case lined Inside with blue, and con?
tained small amount of change. Lib.
eral reward If returned to 300 West
Franklin Street._
I/DST. LADY'S open FACE SrLVER
watch, with fob. on Fifth Street, be
twoen Canal and Broad Streets, or
on Broad, between Fifth and High
Echool. Finder will please return to
J. A. CONNELLY <fc CO.. end receive
reward.
liclp cciantt?, 2?aU
WXiiTiTL^lft^^ ABLE
bodied, unmarried men, between ages
ot 18 and 35, citizens of Untied States,
of good character and temperute hab?
its, who caa speak, read and write
tho English language. For Informa?
tion, apjily to Recruiting oflicei. 830
Eaoi Bruad Street. Richmond. Va.
WAT ED, EXPERIENCED man TO
open and oook oysters and wait on
trade; must bo sober. Apply lo j. H
MOORE & co., corner Fouricenlh
und Hull Streets. South Richmond.
WANTED. CHAUFFEUR! WITH;: EX
parlcnce; references required; no
other need apply. Address A ?06.
cars TImes-Dispalch. _
BRIGHT. WILLING BOV WANTED TO
learn printing business. cook
PRINTING COMPANY. 27 rioulh Thir?
teenth Street._
wanted. Foreman for our binu
ery, capable of doing finishing und
forwarding, and well vereed In gen?
eral bindery work, progressive and
up to data, with executive ability to
handle emplo>cs and obtain beul re?
sults. Hinte experience, with whom
you hove worked and In what capuc
lly; aUo age, married or single and
salary expected. M.. ? & d. A. bvgk
co., Savannah, Go.
\\ .v.N I fclO, YOUNG man as PARTNER;
ptiylng proposition; give age and
particulars. A 472, care Tlmes-Dls
Iiatch.
WANTED. REGISTERED DRUGGIST*
oldiir man preferred, to run drug
store In small Virginia town. Write
with Information Room 218 Colunlal
Hotel. Norfolk. Va._
WANTEU. young men TO LEaRN
tne automobile business; pocitlona
secured cornpcteni graduates. RICH
MoND auto SCHOOL. 503 Graaain
Street |
TELEGRAPH OPERATORS ARE IN
great demand. Nice work, good pay
and bpie.iu.id opportuuitiea for ad-j
vancement. Get paruculars to-day.
massey business college. bo2
East Broad Street- _
WANTED, good ADVERTISING EO- '
llcitor for business magazine; state
exparlenoe hud and salary wanted.
BUSINESS MAGAZlN't; CO., Knux
vllla, Tonn._ I
WANTED. MEN to LEARN BARBER
trade. Ouily few weeks rociulred.
Wages after first month. Steady po?
sition guaranteed. Wrlto for cata?
logue. SIOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE,
207 Bowery, New York City._
BOOKKEEPING, BANKING, ARITH
metlc, commercial law, rapid calcu?
lations, spelling, penmanship and!
correspondence?all taught under
life scholarship for only $16. MAS?
SE Y BUSINESS COLLEGE, 803 East
Broad Street
you are WANTED for GOVERN
roent job; $80 month; sond postal for
list of positions open. FRANKLIN
institute, Dept. 876-l, Rochester,
r N. Y._'
?TOOO GOVERNMENT JOBS OPEN.
Write for tree list. FRANKLIN IN?
stitute, Dopt. 376-L, Rochester,
N. Y._._
WANTED. job PRESSMAN AT ONCE. I
. Apply the FRANKLIN PRESS CO.,
peitrsburg, Va.
tTclegraphy. railroad work
and typewriting taught under lifo
scholarship for only $45. Great de?
mand for operators. MASSEY BUSI?
NESS COLLEGE. 803 East Broad
Street._
MACHINEST WANTED; ONE T?'
keep In repair ulr drills; experience
on drills absolutely necessary; good
Job for rlghl man. Apply by lelier'
to UWARRA MINING COMPANY, I
Candor, N. O.
situations) t?iintc?, xXfXiU?
wvAN^edt~POifiTR^^
or or assistant, by young man; three
years' experience with hooks; can I
use typewriter; good reason for de- I
siring change. Address A 474, care
T Imas-Dlspatch._
COLORED CHAUFFEUR WANTS Po?
sition; good references. 202 East
Franklin Street._
YOUNG MAN (COLLEGE GRADUATE)
wishes temporary position for two
or three months. Will tlo either I
?warehouse or office work. Address
C 696, earc Times-Dispatch.
tYifo iWilvn d?t vrew RiTtSaTilpisllI
lng,. English, mimeographing and
filing?nil taught under life, scholar?
ship for only $45. MASSEY BUSI?
NESS COLLEGE, 802 East Broad
Street_
"f?UNG LADIES. BECOME 8ELF
supportlng by learning bookkeeping,
shorthand and typewriting. Send for
catalogue or visit school for partic?
ulars. MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE,
802 East Broad Street.
Waited, woman canvassers-,
' sell an article used by every house?
wife. Ask for S. BERNHARD. Mur?
phy's Hotel Annex. ? Demonstrations
shown, success gttarantojd. Tuesday
? evening 8 to 10.- ? ._
WANTED. a nurse TO take CARE
of a two-montha-old baby, day and
night. Answer L>, care Tlmos-Dls
>. ?aJaa.
X3n^*nb'U8~T3oTc8^in5^^^ J
ed to prcpurc 'or good paying Po?
sition? ut our modern school of busi?
ness, shorthund nnd telegruphy. I2n
tor any time; no vacations. massey
business college. 802 IS. Broad!
Street_I
feUua?on?, jOrotc??ional
^a7Jti3d?-~Fu1^^
public school brunches 'by teacher
?with six yeurs' experience. Testi?
monials sent. Address "COACH,"
euro Times-Dispatch._
feoluuoiQ aiiD salesmen
wXK'TET^^AlTEliM^N' OF^GObb'^ad
drcss to call on tlrst-class trade In!
city. Call between 9 and li; to-day.
Room 21<j, .Murphy's Hotol._
WANTED, SALESMEN; EARN S360
per month; sell dealers highly adver
tlHed article; samples not necessary.
11 DA TO CO., Station L, New York,
N. Y._
Notices
EL ECT1 flCGAU X?fE?Vl^^\7fb~M ,UN
Streets.?We have oponcd an up-tu
dato and well-equipped electric gar
ago for the care of electric vehicles
und storago batteries.
RAUCH & DA NU ELl.CTRICS. WA
verloy electrics. Phono for a dem?
onstration, and let Mi. Smith talk
with you. W. C. SMITH & CO.. Vine
und Main. 311 N. 1 ftb .Street.
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAIl.'Kl; UKUS., Jewelers. M<
East Mala Street, buy. seil, exchange
and remount diainonus m the latest
styles. Old goi~ und silver always
taken m exchange.
JUST PHONE US IF VOUR CnOCtlR
does not keep Taylor'? Pork Holl.,
I?. A. HEIN DDK & CO., Distributor?
PIANO MOV1NO.?WE CAN PUT
your piano where others would not
attempt the work. Our moving de?
partment is llniilly equipped to move
ull kinds of furniture und planus
CRAFTS. Moving Department. IUI
East Broad Street. Madison G.',0>;
WHY PAY PAWNBROKERS 120 PER
CENT. PER ANNUM, when the
EQUITABLE do an SOCIETY Will.
ADVANCE you MONEY: ON you It
WATCHES. DIAMONDS AND jew?
ELRY AT FROM 1 TO 3 PER CENT.
PER MONTAU YOUR CODE at era L
CAN BE REDEEMED IN INSTAL?
MENTS. WE REDEEM PAWN
BROKERS' TICKETS AND CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY BY SO DOING.'
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFI?
DENTIAL SECOND FLOOR, BRYAN
BUILDING, EiOHTH AND BROAD.
ENTER SCHOOL NOW AND PREPARE
for a paying position, tircat demand
for bookkeepers, stenographers und
telegraphers. MASSE k' BUSINESS
COLl^EtiE. 802 East Broad Street.
PIANO TONE RESTORING.?BY' OUR
unique method wo cmi mako your old
fdano sound as good as many new
nslruments. Our repair depurlmont
la oqulppcd to do all kinds of piuuo
and pluycr-plano work. Estimates
cheerfully given, without charge.
Come in and get our expert ud
vlce ' without obligating yourself.
CRAFTS. 121 E. Broad Street. Rich?
mond. Va. Madison 6SP6._
&U0inrj30 Opportunities
mose;Y^?'A^Eb^b^^bia"m6NDS ANo
jewelry at lowest r.,i -s of Interest.
No charges for storage. N. F. JA- !
COBS & SON. 218 N. Ninth Street,
RICHMOND'S BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL
now at 602 East Broad Street; larso,
comfortable quarters; now equip?
ment; able teachers; thorough
courses and very reasonable luttiou
rates offered. Positions guarantee,,
to graduates. MASSE Y BUSINESS
_COLLEGE, ?02 Eust Broad Klrcct.
THOSE SEEK1NO AN EXCEPTIONAL
investment will do well to look into
the slock now being Issued by the
R. L Barnes Bafe und Lock Co., inc.
This Is an 8 per cent, preferred stock,
good as a first mortgage bond. Com?
pany now over twenty-live years
old, practically hae a monopoly on
tho trade In the South; has dun<?
more bonk work in the South than
practically . " the other companies
combined Have several large bank
contracts on hand at this time,
amounting to thousands of dollars.
Highest of references given. For full
particulars address R. THOMAS
L1PSCOMBE. Salts Manager, Box No.
123. Richmond, Va._
MANUFACTURING BUSINESS FOR
sale. A fine opportunity for the right
man. On occount of wishing to make
a change In my business 1 am offer?
ing for sale my sash, blind and door
and general building material fac?
tory, situated In one of tho mcst
prosperous cities in the South, hav?
ing an established reputation for
making high-grade work. For fur?
ther information address W. J.
WHITEHURST, Richmond, Va.
HOMES ?ND FARMS OF ALL DE
ecrlptlons bought on our plans en
ableu the borrower to pay for same
on small monthly or yearly pay?
ments. We only charge 5 per cent.
Interest on unpaid balances. You
con pay In full at any lime, thereby
stopping further Interest. Secen
years of success demonstrates our
plan has no equal. Bond for booklet
telling how. OEO. 8. RICHARDSON.
408 American National Bank Bldg.,
Richmond. Va._
TRUE ECONOMY. NO BONE OR FAT.
Taylor's Pork Roll. At your grocer's.
WANTED, YOUNG MAN AsIpXrTN E R;
paying proposition; give age and
particulars. F 788. care Tlmes-DlS
patch. _^^^^
^Al^SS^dTSClYi^oS C A tSH7 HOUSB
hold goods it. any ijuaniU/. PAone
ajradigun assi._
RAILROAD SCIENC e. TBL13G It a P H Y
and typewriting can be easily and
quickly learned tit MAS8EY BUSI?
NESS COLLEGE. 802]E, Broad_Street.
WANTED, a GOOD SECOND-HAND
safe, medium size, cash. Address No.
11 South Eighth Street, City;_
WANTED,"ONE BUTCHERS' ICE BO.X.
Phone Madison 2266-2257, _
WANTED, TO BUY HOUSEHOLD
goods; any quantity. Phone Monroe
11 ia-L._
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENT
ed three months, i$j und upwards.
I'.cnt applied on purchase. AMERI?
CAN WRITING MACHINE CO., 600
Ka3t Main._
WANTED, A SAWMILL MAN" TO CUT
about two (2) million feel of lumber,
25 mile? from Richmond; or will
give contract 10 cut and deliver same |
tn railroad, dlstnnco about I 1-3
miles; easy logging. Apply at once j
to B. T. WATKINS <fc CO., 28 North
Ninth Street.
DELICIOUS a N1>"a PPETIZIXG. TAY
lor's I'nrlt Roll. At your grocer's.
"TT ftoomtf Jfoc Rent
lar'heT ' "Tir'h : i'ifT^Fr?^"^nbb.NTs
between Franklin ninl Mfin, east
side of street. H North S.xlh.
1>s7ciTbY~T^
week up; central. 80S East Clay._
NEWLY FURNlsTfED ROOMS; HEAT
cd; $3.50 week up. THE ROANOKE,
111 North Eighth._
TWO FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping. 10S
West Marshall. Phone Madison -tT70
Kral <?0tnte fl?lantc?
?v? A NT ^S^9Si^BVTT: GRACEV street
residence, west of collegoi state price,
sio and number. Addnss. at once,
F 703. oare. Times-Dispatch.
ElTiBRLY-MAN, DES1 RING TO RE;
tire from active business, wants
country "placo In good condition. Ad?
dress BEE-MAN, Box 1331, Pittsburgh,
.1?*.
DAILY PUZZLES
Wlint human sound?
ANSWER to yesterday's puz'/.le.
'fair.
Jroc fe>a'c
tw? BECOND-I IAND RUNABOUTS,
oim too ouygy unu scv rul wagons,
all In goou repair ami put.neu. llic?o
arc bariums. A. ilt,ilil"S ?O.Sb, ul
bum Cury slrec*._.
F?ll SALE. MY GENERAD MERCAN
tlle btiaihess in bussux county, lorty
live nines ot Richmond; eignt mile*
ff the Atlantic Coast i.me; tis miles
of the Soumern Railway; an estao
llahed stund >?! twenty-live years;
?lo,oi>0 to V-'".'J?J traue, booka open
to inspection I" any one thai Uien.ua
business; $1,000 tu $5,000 Block; which
ean be reduced to suit buyer If they
wish; terms will bo inudu very easy.
AuurebB 11 Sil, care Times-Dispatch.
fKCUND-HA.NDMACHl.sj-.i. 1 bOuutl 1,
sold and exchanged. 1. UlL'j' Oi'.IJ <fc
CO., loua-tz i-.iist Uury Street._
FINE CAKIUAGr.S. BUSIN ESS IIL'O.
Klee, all km,is et wu-gona. carriugol
and wagon repairs, uutvinoblle re?
pairs, automoolle painting. Good
work. Reasonable prices. W. 0
SMITH & CO.; 814 N. Fifth Street._
Kl i?st 1*1 '.OOF _C ARB AO E 11LA N TS
delivered in Virginia and North Car?
olina, 61.40 per thousand; a lire neud
cra; buncoed In lots ol 60 plants.
ENTERPRISE PLAxVl' Co.. .Meggens,
s. c._
WAuoNS Tu SUIT SOU, ItUBBBK
tlrtu put on pioiiptly, at RICHARD
BUN BltOS'.. 616 Brook AvmuUB._
FOR BADE, |630 NATIONAL. CASH
register, In ut,e only two motiiim,
chuap. HOFrlElMER'S. noriliweat
corner Ttiuu und ?road Streats._
F?"S1T 1 UN s OL A RAN T E ed TO STU
denta who complete any two courses,
BoottKceping. stenography ami teleg?
raphy tuugiit. Call 01 send t^r cata?
logue. MaSSE* BUSINESS COL
LlU?, su.! East Broad street._
ONE FIRST ORADE, STANDARD,
fireproof safe, cheap. Box No. 133,
City._
for BADE, ON E SURREY, 5 50; one
pnaetbn, 136; one top buggy, $36; one
ruiiaimul, ?50; one coal curt, }2U;
painted and in nrai-clusi order.
THUS. H. DUKE & CU.. Sot Brook
Avenue._
TYPEWRITERS. ALE MAKES. KENT
ed three months. 15 ami upwards,
Kent applied on purchase. AAlEltl
CAN WRITING MACHINE Co., beo
East Main._,
PIANOS FREE,?as we ARE ABOUT
to begin extensive alterations in our
warehouse, we arc willing to siore
a limited number of pianos wilfi re
sponslbie parties. Free delivery. To
oul-ot-town pat ties desiring 10 store
pianos or piayer.-plv.uus, we will
prepay frulgtil and puy carluxes. You
do nol obligate yourseil in any \\,.y
except ihut you will return lo us
the instrument?at our expense-?
when we call for It. Write us tho
make you prefer, or, better still,
come In und select your choice, which
win he delivered without cost to you.
THE CRAFTS PIANO CO., 121 East
_Broad Street. Richmond. Va.
FOR SA LE. a-L?RGe ASSORTMENT
of buggies, surreys, runabouts, Day.
ton wagons. laundry und grocery
wagons at special prices; several
second-hand vehicles; in good order
cheap. a. MEYER'S SONS 731 East
_Cary Strtet.__
eat SMlTHFIELD sausage! EAT
fcmitlilield sausage: For aale at your
grocer's.
no gro?ch AT BREAKFAST TIME.
Just Bllce and fry Taylor's Pork RolL
At your g: peer's,_
Pcceonala ~
hlTman hATr : BOUOriT' ARTd"1^!^)
' at HUOHFS'S, 209 North Third
JUST Tri E RIGHT TlilNTj IN THE
rlgiit place. Taylor's Pork Roll. At
your grocer's.
I. CUTLER, LATE OF HAAS BROS.,
New York City, flrst-clars Indies'
tailor, 212 North Third Street.
Phone Monroe 3276. New Year re?
duction suits from $30 up.
OREGO SHORTHAND AND TOUCH
typewriting Is quickly and eusily
learned by our methods of teaching.
Positions secured free for graduates.
Catalogue mulled free. MASSEY
BUSINESS COLLEGE. 802 E. Broad
Street
Real estate f;ov ssalc \
Nisw*vTiWE^RO?5M" vC?^fTxm^T?iif
over Avenue, renting for $660; price,
$7,000._J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
WEST LEIGH STREET?CORNER
brick More and dwelling; rintal.
$300; price, ?3,500. .1. A. CONNELLY'
,fc_c<r_
GROVE AVENUE BRICK DWELLING,
near Sycamore Street- 28-foot front?
age; price. $6,800. J. A. CONNELLY I
A- CO.
NORTH T WENT Y - fTftT I STREET?
Store and dwelling; rental. $33.)j
mice. SS.250. J. A. CON'NE LEV CO:
NORTH SEVENTH STREBT? BRICK
residence; nine rooms; rental, 1439*1
price,_$ j. 100. j. A. CONNELLY .* co!
FOR A NICE HOME OR A FARM
cheap, Salisbury, Md., Is tho place lo
go. For full particulars address
SAMUEL P. WOODCOCK. Salisbury.
ttrol (BStatc fw lixfnt ?
?*ArtT^r??73.^^
or business. Apply within.
FOR "RENT, POSSESSION AT ONCE!
heated house: nin ? |-oiun>; rill modern
conveniences. 1408 Stuart Avenue.
Call Madison ?::<;?>.
ONE LA ROE. ACCESSIBLE. SECOND.!
story, centre of city, make excep?
tional gonil warerpom or (or storage
Address uox_ No. 123, city.
FOR RENT. POSSESSION AT ONCR,'
healed house; nine rooms; till modern
conveniences. iM?fc Stuart Avenue.
Call Madison 6719.
Coal iino iXiooxs
if~1"l i a d" a ll yfftvf TOsT lm on ia1 jj
Of good housekeepers and the few!
men of good Judgment that express 1
themselves umout long's - wood It1
would be Interesting und worth even1
more than 10 cents. If you will or-'
der this week or next 1 will send |
dry ouk and pine und the best oak j
and ,-lno slabs over sold and coal that I
burns. long's. 1506 West Broad, 1
K??ni? Mrthrtb ! I
yoiTng^?IJ w^ I
a furnished, heated room, convenient
to bath, in private family prefcrrd:
strito prleo. Address A 478. caro
Tim<?-.DUnatch.
News of Petersburg.
Times-Dispatch Bureau,
5 Dollingbrook Street,
Telephone 1465.
Petersburg, Va,, January ID.
Coadjutor Bishop Tucker, of tho
Episcopal Diocese of Somborn Vir?
ginia, will vlBlt Petersburg to-mor?
row, and at night will preach and ad?
minister the rite of confirmation to a
class ut St. Stephen's Churcli (colored).
Menth of a Good Woman,
?Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Whyte, widow
of Thomas Whyte, died this morning
shortly before 0 o'clock at hor homo
on friend Street. She had been In
feeble hualth for several months. Mrs.
Whyte u'us the daughter of tho laic
Richard A. Young, unit was a devoted
Christian, active and uselul In church
arid social work, and was possessed of
many noble and beautiful traits of
character. She was in her sixty-third
year, and Is survived by four daugh?
ters and two sons, viz.: Misses Mary
Ellen, Susie T. and Elizabeth Whyte
und Mrs. John M. Hannah in. all of this
city, and Henry Whyte, of Wilming?
ton, N. C. und Thomas Whyte. of Nor?
folk. She Is also survived by two
brothers?David Young, of Waco. Tox.,
and .lames Young, of Seattle. Wash.?
and one sister, Miss Nellie Young, of
Buffalo. N. Y.
Stricken With Paralysis.
Mrs. Mary Jones, widow of. John P.
Jones, for years a resident of Peters?
burg, was stricken with paralysis sev?
eral days ai;o at the residence of .Mrs.
lt. D. Blnnkonshlp. at Virginia Bench.
She Is seventy-eight years old, and
the stroke was so severe that little
hope Is entertained of her recover/.
Accidentally Shot.
Miss Mabel Wade, si:;teen years old,
daughter of Wesley Wade, was acci?
dentally shot In the ankle yesterday
at her home In Ettrlclt. Her brother
went out Into the yard to shoot off a
pistol. He shot to the ground, but the
ball is supposed to have struck some
hard substance, and. glancing oft,
struck and wounded the girl, who was
standing some distance away. The In
Jury is not serious, nml Dr. Clalrborne
Jones rendered tho necessary atten?
tion.
Pretty SlnrrlnRC.
Miss Nannie Fletcher Austin, daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Austin,
was married this afternoon to Wil?
liam Madison Crawford, of Richmond.
Tho ceremony was performed nt 2:39
o'clock In the Second Baptist Church
by the pastor. Rev. F. W. Moore, as?
sisted by the Rev. J. J. Fix, of South
Richmond. The ring was carried by
Boarting
\vt ieTT ^^^/coSie^to^ fKi chmoScu
slop where you can get a nice, clean,
comfortable bed for 69 cents, ice wu
ter, oath and phone tree, louj East
Clay. _
FIRST-class ACCOMMODATIONS for
permanent. transient and tablo
boarders can be secured with MRS.
HORACE WEI.FORD JON ics, at -UU
E. FranKlIn Street- Gentlemen a spe
ciulty._
WANTED. BOARDERS; ROOMS WITH
hoard; members of Legislature please
call. MRS. SMITH, HOI Eusl Grace.
?DAt? cClantcti
wa15t^dT135ard^Cn^d LodgFng'for,
delegates to State Anti-Saloon League
convention. January 23 to 25, send
terms for rooms and meals to MRS.
g. M. JOBSON, chairman oi commit?
tee. 15 South Third Street.
??i!Scc?ancouj5
shoe"'re RaTrDNqT
75c. HALFSOLE ME.n 8 SHOES, 60c.
ladles; every pair Sower J best leuth?
er, no nails, n< pegs. Royal ruD
ber heels, 25c; Treu-Air rubuer heels,
40u; leather heels reuutlt like lie**,
2ic DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTO P. Y, 71? E. Main. Phono Mon?
roe 2G67.
UPHOLSTERING
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND POL
tsned, mattresses renovated, antiques
bougiu and sum. LEVY, the Upuoi
sterer. a 5 West Broad.
WATCH REPAIRING.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM. TOBiEjJ. JR.. Is a guar
anteo that It ' uone properly; 20
year*' experience. Classing, SI: main
_Springs, iL. 4US East D.oud Street.
ALADDIN K BROSENS OIL.
DELIVERED ANY PART OF THE
city or suburbs, ftve gallons for 60
cents; no odor; no sruokc. HOWELL
BRoS,. tl02 East Broad.
bakery"
CREAM PUFFS. VANILLA FLAVOR;
twolvo largo one*, 25c; largest *ale In
the history of our busnicss. DR1NK
ARDS, '.'3 1-2 North Sixth._
PORK roll
ALL MEAT, NO BONE OR FAT; AND
oh! my, so good. Taylor's Pork Roll.
At your grocer's._
3?Cfrinrt0
Richmond, Vol., J a n ?rVlsTTsiiT^i
the ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Broad .Street
Bunk, Richmond, Va.. will be ' eld
at their banking house TUESDAY
February IP.. 1!H2, ut 10 A M '
ANDREW M. GLOVER,
_Cashier.
Virginia Stute Insurance Company,
Richmond, Va.. December 29, 1911
the ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of ibis company will
be held at the olilcc of the company
in i lie city of Richmond, Va.. oil
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. 1912, at 12
o'clock noon
WILLIAM r. MILLER,
,_;_Ton surer.
Virginia Trust Company,
Richmond, Va., December 27. toil
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders ef this company will be
held ut the ollico of tho company
In the city of Richmond, V?., ou
TUESDAY. January ic, 1912, at U
o'clock noun. K D. AYLETT,
_?__Sec ret a r y.
Richmond, Va., January 4. mil
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Christo Manufac?
turing Company, of Richmond, Va.
for the election of directors and for
such other business as may properly
come before said meeting, will bo
held ni the ollico of tho company at
13(1 Virginia Street, I P, AI. MONDAY,
January 15. Business of much im?
portance will come before this meet?
ing and every stockholder is urged to
bo present.
(Signed) H. B. CHRISTIAN,
_President.
? A STATED COMMUNICATION
Vy of the Richmond Randolph Lodge,
/V\ No. 19. Ancient, Free .md Ac?
cepted Masons, will be held THIS
< Tuesday i EVENING, January 16, 1911,
at 7:30 o'clock. In the Masons' Hall,
Franklin Street, near Eighteenth.
AU Muster Masons in good standing
are fraternally Invited to attend.
By ordor of the Worshipful Master.
w. a. Clarke, jr.,
Sccrotnry.
a SPECIAL MEETING OF st.
Ornar Council of Kndosh, Ancient
and Accepted Scottish Rite, will
be held in the Masonic Temple TO?
NIGHT at 12 o'clock midnight, to pay
the last sad tribute of respect to our
docoascd brother, e. N. Dennis. 33d de?
gree. All members nr.i urged to bo
present. Tho services will be. open to
the public, .md all frlonds of Mr. Den?
nis are invited to bo present.
By order of the Preceptor.
ohas. A. NESB1TT, 33d rtsffree,
Secretary. 1
Muster Frederick Moore, ?nd tits'
ushers wore Itoyall Fendloy, T. M. I
Fondley, H. M. Harrison and L Tyroo, ]
all of Richmond. A lurge company (
witnessed the marriage
firent Deiiwiud for Fuel,
The announcement that u fund had
been contributed by charitable people
for furnishing wood for famlllus ac?
tually In need of It brought urgent
applications thla morning from bo
twocn two and throe hundred persona,
more than enough to swamp the (und.
There has roally been great suffering
among the poor during this cold spell,
notwithstanding all efforts to relievo
It.
Heavy Ice in the River*.
On account of the heavy ice In tho 1
James River and the danger of damage
to the wharves, many of which are
weak, tho Old Duminlon Company
has wltlldawn its day Bleutner for the
present. The night steamers are
still running, but tli?d the leo very I
thick between City Point and Rich- j
mend; also at Fort Powhntan, and
Woyanoko, and between Jamestown ?
and Hog Island, where it Is gorged.
The Appom.iltux is solidly frozen over.
YlsltliiK Clergymen.
Tho pulpit of the First Baptist
Church wue tilled at the regular hour
of worship yesterday.by the Rev. Dr. |
lt. II. Pitt, of Richmond. The com?
mittee on calling a puslor for this
church to succeed Dr. \V. C. T-ylor,
is not ready us yot to make any re?
port.
The Dev. Samuel Knox Phillips, of
Warren ton, supplied the pjlpit of tho
Second Presbyterians Church yester?
day. Tile n'lvlsory committee appoint?
ed to rccotumi nd n pastor for this
church, to succeed Dr. D. H. Rul
ston, has not >'?t reported.
Died In HK-bmund.
Mrs. Bessie O. Braach, wife of
James Y. Brunch, of this city, died In
St. Luke's Hospital in Richmond yes?
terday uftertioon, where she under?
went a surgical operation last week.
Her death Is regretted b>' a lurge cir?
cle of irk rule In Petersburg. Besides
I her husband she Is survived by throe
! younp, children and by her purei.,
Mr. and Mm. Wlngdold Goodwin, and
by several sl6tcrs and brothers, all ol
this city.
Mrs. Martha O. Phillips. uged 23
years, d'td lust evening ut hor homo "mi
Harrison Street, after u long liluesB.
Wire Thieves Sentenced.
I Charged with stealing six rolls of
wire, the property of C- Leonard &.
Ca, Inc., from a car which they were!
employed to unload, David Morris,
negro, who got four of the rolls was
lids morning sentenced to Jail for
ninety days, und Henry Towhsend, j
ocsro, who got four of the rolis, was
lenced for sixty days. The wire was
'ecovercd at places where It had betiu
cold.
Brief New Note?,
Two men walked on tho ice on James
RKer from below Jordun's Point Light1
House to 'City Point ye6teiduy for
pruvulons. They returned 4.y the sai.ie
route?a distance of over five miles,
ft. A. Harrison, who nas been con
! fined to his home by sickness for
I several weeks Is improving and will
I be able to return to duly in a few
days.
I Mrs. Elizabeth Nowlan, who died
In Richmond on Sunday, was a native
, und long resident of Petersburg.
I Two sisters who survive her reside in
I this city, Mrs. Eugenia Sydnor and
Mrs. jHines It. Meuchain. She leaves
many near relatives in Petersburg.
John A. Bell, of Pittsburg, Pa., has
Bold to Mrs. Sarah P. Moore, of that
city, the, Lyric und Idle Hour Theatres
in Petersburg, for (30.QUO. Mrs. Moore
formerly owned these buildings, und
Boms time ago sold them to Mr. Bell.
She has bought them back.
snow fell here last night to a I
] depth of three or four inches and to
falling rapidly again this afternoon.
NEWS OF CHRISTlANSBURG
[Special to Tno Times-Dispatch.]
Christiansburg. Va.. January 15.?Tho|
following otheers have boen elected for
the year of 1012 by McDanlel Lodge. No.
id. A.. F. and A. M.: J- H. Bane, wor?
shipful master; V. C. Austin, senior
warden; J. D Morgan, Junior warden;
J. W. Class, senior deacon; J. C. Bro.vn,
Junior deaccn; C. 8. Charlton. secro
I tary; Guy F. Eilctt, treasurer; Benja?
min L. Haymaker, tiler; Rev. Goorgo
Otis Meade, chaplain.
A mesBage recolved here from Dal
lus, Texas, announces the death of Mra.
[ Fannie Shelburne, widow of Rev. Sam?
uel Shelburne, of Lee county. Mrs.
' Shelburne was Miss Fannie Boswoll, of
Halifax county. She la survived by
j tho following children: Rov. James O.I
Shelburne, Dallas, Texas; Mrs. Cephas
Shelburne, of Dallas; Mrs. R. Dee Ab?
bott, of Roanoke; J. T. Shelburne, of
W'akltl. Okla., and J. William Shelburne,
of Christiansburg. Interment will bo
at Mtlltgan, Tonn., on Tuesday at 3
o'clock.
Tho condition of w. r. 8tanger, who
pnnUrupt iJotice?
^ KOTICK OF FIRST MEETING ^OF
CREDITORS.
in the matter of t No. 1002. j
.1. w. McLaren, in
Bankrupt. ! Bankruptcy, -j
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the creditors of J. W. Mel.A REN.
of Richmond, in the county of Hon
I rico and district aforesaid)?Bank
1 runt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
29th d.iv of November, A. D. 1911, the'
snld J. W. McLAREN was duly
adjudicated hnnkrupt, and that the
first meeting of his creditors will
be held In my office, Rooms Nos. 802
and S03, American National Bank
Building, Richmond. Va., on tho 2ITU
DA Y OF JANUARY. A. D, 1912. at
10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which
time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a trustee',
examlni the bankrupt, and trnnsnct
such other business as may properly
come before said meeting.
THOS. B SNEAD,
Referee In Bankruptcy.
January 1 :i, 1 :> 12. _
NOTICE OF i-TRST nYiOETING OF 1
CREDITORS.
In the mailer of 1 No. Si;,
MA LV1N M. MOSBLBY, f In
Bankrupt. > Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATICS FOR THE EAST-'
URN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
To the creditors of MALVIN'M. MOSE- '
'LEY, of Rlrhmond. In the. county of 1
Ilenrlro. ond district nforesald ?
itiinkrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the!
1st day of October, A. D. i9u<i I
the said MALVIN M. MQSBLEY was;
duly adjudicated bnnkrupt, and Hint
tho tlrst meeting .of his creditors /ill'
be held In my olilce. Rooms Nos. $?2 I
and S03 American National Bank
Building, Richmond, Va., on THE!
2ITII DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. \
"1912. nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at
which tlm?' tho i il.l creditors mny at?
tend, pro'e their claims, appoint .1
trustee, txnmino the bankrupt, and
Iransnct /such other business ns may
properly como before said meeting.
TIIOS. It. SN BAD.
Referee In Bankruptcy, ,
1 January 13. 1912.
wa? shot and badly wounded by M. L.
Johnson, of Blackaburg. haa Improved.
Mr. 6tangor Is still a patient at tho
Jefferson Hospital, at Roanoke.
QUAItni?S AltC SHl'T DOWN
DECAl'SE OF COLD W13ATI1EII
[Special to The Tlmeo-Dlipatoh.l
Arvonla. Va., January ft.?Owing to
tho almost unprecedented severity ot
the wcatiier. al) the quarries In tho
Buckingham slate field, six in number,
have temporarily shut down and will
not resume operations until marked
changes appear. Three superimposed
snows Ho upon the ground and In tho
quarry pits, making It quite ImpoBS'blo
to mine the slato without danger, ex?
treme oold and extru expense. In some
of the quarries the machinery has been
kept tired night and day to prevent the
lco ruining the bolters and pipes.
On yesterday morning?Sunday?the
official United States thermometer
showed a record of 13.6 degrees below
xcro. Other thermometers, privately
kept and examined before daylight,
showed a similar low record. This Is
tho lowest temperature ever recorded
by the local weather station.
All who usually harvest Ice have al?
ready R-otten In their supplies, and
every Icehouse throughout this sccUon
Is now filled.
The farmers throughout this section,
many of whom aro wheat raisers, are
rejoicing, In spito of the severity of
the weather, over the fact that throe
snows rest upon their wheat fields,
thus protecting nnd nourishing the
crop. For this reason a banner wheat
and winter oats crop Is expected next
summer.
By Virginia Auction Company,
Auctioneers, 616 E. Broad St.
AUCTION SALE
OF
VASES. ORNAMENTS. CANDELABRA,
BRASS GOODS, NOVELTIES, ETC.
at our salesroom. G16 EaEt Broad Street,
THIS TUESDAY, JANUARY 16,
at 10:30 A. M.
Final wind-up ttalo of the abovo
goods for ono of the leading Jewelers
In the Slate.
TERMS: Cash.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.,
Auctioneers.
auction fetiir?, Jfnttttt EDag?
TheValeii? Ca
AUCTIONEERS
616 E^A.ST BROAD ST,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT
AUCTION.
We will sell at No. 618 East Broad
Street,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1".
commencing at 10:30 o'clock,
a line of General Merchandise, consist?
ing of .Men's, Ladles' nnd Chlldr;n's
Shoes, Men's anil Children's Clothing,
! Hats. Cap?, Notions, Embroideries and
j Dices. Corsets, Drugs, etc.; also Ladles'
[Silk Waists, Silk Skirts, sixty pair
I Men's Trousers, Hosiery, and other
I merchandise.
These goods are shipped us from
Florida, and will bs sold rognrdless.
Dealers Invited to attend. Sale posi?
tive.
THE VALENTINA AUCTION CO.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Ry virtue of a deed of trust of iho
late William Edwards, deceased, I will
sell at King William Courthouse, Va..
on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1913,
at 12 o'clock M..
all that vnlunble farm known as
"Cherry Grove" (but subject to the
I widow's dower Interest therein), con?
taining 110 acres, bo tho same moro or
leas, situated in King William county.
Shout five nille.s from tha courthouse.
This Ig a very desirable farm. Suitable
! for stock raising or general farming
purposes.
TERMS: Cash as to tho amount of
the deed of trust, together with the
expenses of the sals, amounting to
about two thousand dollars: balar.oo In
one and two years, with fi per cent. In?
terest.
HARRY T. COMMINS, Trustee.
Palls. Va.
Ural estate fat Salt
FOR SALE.
Four two-story houses, west side
Second Street; good frontage. Lot run?
ning through to First Street. A good
Investment. Let us Talk to you about
this. Yielding rental $600. Room for
additional houses. Price for whole.
O. A. HAWKINS.
ISUal estate $ot Kent
"* FOIl"*RENT. W
That centrally located and most de?
sirable residence, No. 102 Eaot Frank?
lin Street, with two bnths and unual
modern conveniences. Rent reason?
able. FLAM & FUNSTEN.
jjTtnaitr/flL.
5%
MONEY TO LEND
At 5Co Interest, for three or five
years. Borrower can pay off or
curtail at any interest period.
mcveigh ?-. glinn.
Kca\ estate
Get Loans On Your City
Property From
McVeigh & glinn
lUtiilroaoo
SOUTHERN IWliWAY
PREMIER CARHIBR OK I'Uw BOUT It
Train* Luiivo Richmond,
{j, B,?Follow luy schedu.e linaros publish?
ed as information and not tuaruntced:
For tho -South?Dally: ?;10 A. M. Looai
iO.ii A. M. Express. 6:00 I*. M. Ei.prc??,
with ctectilc lighted Sleeping Car for At
lunta and Birmingham. 11:46 P. M. Express.
\Vook L>uj?; 3;W 1'. M. Local.
YORE RIVER LINE.
4-80 P. M.?Dully.?Connect Ins for Ilai
tlniore Men., Wed. and Friday. 0:0o A. 11.?
Ex. Sun. and 3:15 I*. M.--Moa.. Wed. and
Friday?Local,
Trains Arrive Richmond.
From the South: ?:M A. lb. 8:t0 A. M
" 00 P. M., ?:l* P. M . daily; I2:S5 Ex. Sun
From West Point: WO A. M. dally. 11:14 A.
M Mot>.. Wo. and Frl.. <::S P. M. Ex. Sun.
I B. R. BI'ltC-ESS, U. P. A..
?Of E. Main St, 'I'Uoue Madlion 372.
Ric?nion?, FrederictSQ'g & Potomac R,R.
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Leave Richmond
??.60 A.M. Bjrd St.SU.
?5.1* A.1I. Main r>t.bu,
HM A.M. Bjrd HuKla,
tt.M A.M. llfrd ?U HU.
*7.t8 A.M.Meln?t. KU
*.1.4J A.M. Bfrd 8t. Ma
?jO.80 A.M. Main St. Sta
i3.U1 noon Bfrd St. Ma
te.00 P.M.rtrrd Kt. SU
t8.6U P.M. Bird HI. HU
?4.16 P.W. Kllia Stutluo
?5.16 P.H Main St. Sia
?S.tfuP.M. Bfrd St. Sta
Arrlv? Richmond.
??.60 A.M. UjrJM.SU.
JH.ii A.M. Kleetjtatlon.
ii!.;;> A.M. i.ji? si.m?.
?1.18 VM. Main St-Sta,
?2.45 P.M. UjraSt-Nte.
tG 60 P.M. BjrrtSt.tjU.
?J.?J P.M. BirdSl.hta.
?S.IOr.M.MalnSt.St?.
?U.lOI'.fl.BjiuNt.Bta.
?VJI2 P.M. MslnKt.SU.
tlO.t'O P.M. BjrrtSt.St?.
M1.30 V.U. MalnHI.SU.
?ii.M nicht IijrtHtjgtjjj
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
I.care Brrd St. SU. 1.(10 P. M. for * rertrrlekabttrg.
l.rate Klba rtta. S.20 A.M..?.HO p. 31. for Athlsaii.
Arrlro Ilrrd SUSI?.8.45 A.M.rrmt) Irodr-rlcaxb's;.
Arrlre Elba fiu.it.jto A.M.,6.110 P.M. from Axtilnnd.
?Daily. 1 Weekdaya. 'Sundaya oaly.
tj Dally except Monday.
All train* to or from Byrd Street Station
?except treina leaving 4.50 a. m., vy>a.nt and
arriving n 50 night? atop at Elba. Time of
arrivals and departures not guaranteed. Read'
tha aigna.
SEA HOARD AIR LIND. .
Southbound trains scheduled to loavo
Richmond daily: ?:10 A. M.?Local to
Norllna. I::i0 P. M.?Sleepers and
coaches, Atlanta, Binning tain, Savan?
nah, Jacksonville. 3:13 p. M.?Florida
Limited (excipt Sunday). 9:12 1?. M.?
Sleeper, Jacksonville coaches. Birming?
ham. 11:35 P. M.?Sleepers. Jackson?
ville, Tampa, Birtntustham, Memphis.
Nurlhbound trtltis scheduled to urrlvo
in Richmond daily: 5:31! A. M.. 7:38 A.
M., ?:2? A. M. (except Monday), 5:05
P. M., 5:10 P. M.. Local.
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
I cars leave MaovBeater, seventh and Perry
I Siroel*, tor Petuie?urg:
I ??. 7. S. ?? ID, 11. ?u A. U., I, 3. *?, ?, ?,
I ??iHi, 7, 8. ?? 10 P. M.
ti:oo P. iL. for Chester, 12:00 midnight for
Pctersuurg.
Care leays PeterBhurg, fool of Sycamore
I Street, lor Alunclientor:
toils, 8:35. ""7.15. "7:85. 8:88, ?-.35, ?10:35. WM
t. 11.. 18:36, ?1:15, 2:35. 3:38, ? 1 ... 6:38, 6:35,
?7:80. 8:38, 8.35. "10:40, 11:40 P. At.
(Dally except Sunday and ho.idays.
?carries baggage und cxutmis.
"Limned, except Sunda, a and holidays.
All cars from i'eierauu.-g connect with
cars for ttlcnmor.d.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN K.MI.WA Y.
U.M.1' AU KAIL. L1.>E TO NuKluLK.
Schedule In effeet January 1st, l'JI_>.
Ltuvo Dyrd .Street Station, Ittcnruuiid, FOR
I NORFOLK: A. Al., "J.uu P. iL, M:lu P. it.
Kult L t .NC HE U KG AND THE WEST: ?6:15
A. At.. '10:00 A. it., "3.c0 P. M..??:2? P. it.
Arrive luchmoi.d Crom -Norfolk: *U:40 A. M..
?0:15 P. M.. "li:80 1*. 11. From la* Wast: '6:10
A. 11., a3:00 P. 11., bl.44 P. M., ??:(? P. 11..
":>:00 l'. it.
'Dally. t.Dally ex. Sunday, bSunilay oaly.
Puilman l'urlor and Sleeping Cars.
IW. 11. BBVILL, C. 11. BOSLEY,
O. P. A., Hoanoko.. D. p A, Richmond.
ItlCU.UOND A.NI) cil?i-.iPEAltE BAY
RAILWAY CO Ali* AN V.
Behedule of electric trains to and (rem
Ashland, stopping al intermediate) atntlona
upon sirnal. Lv. Richmond (Llroad and
Laurel Bts.>: '6:05. *7::o. j.IOu, 9:lu, '"10:10,
11:10 A. 11.; 1:10. 2:10. 3110, 4:!0b. 6:10, 8.tfL
7:10, 8:10b. 10:10, 11:16 p. 11. ? Lv. Ashland:
?4:55. 7b. S, ?o, 10, '"11 A 11., ?12 AL, ML ",
, 8, 4. 6b, ?. 7, S, -j o. n P. II.
?Dally except Sunday. ""Sunday only,
LCarries baggage.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
7:40 A. ??.?.'., 1? Daily?Nun pen N'ewa.
i::o A.?Local?Dally?Cb'vlllc. Ex. Sub.
Thurmond
18.00 A. ? Express? Dally?Norfolk, Old Point
j ?10:00 A.?Local?Dally? Lch ->g. Lex. C. Forg,.
"2:00 P.?Exprt.sh*?Lially-In.-L'vtlla,
t4:uo P.?Express?Daiiy?i'orfolk. N. Neora.
t:oo 1'.--Loon ?LmJu?N. Sarvs. cd 1'olut.
6:u> 1'.?Local?Dully?Gor?oiisvHle.
6:16 1'.?Local?Ex. Buh.-l.chbg, Natural
Rriugii. i.illton F'>rge.
?6:58 P.?Limited?Dully- ,.,:.ujrri,lL Chl"go.
?11:00 P.?Hsprm?-Dally?''"neltinatl, L'vlllu.
?Sleepcra. tl'arior Cars.
TRAINS ARM1V E rtlCHltOND?Local irem
EnHt: 8:16 A. lt., 7:60 P. M. Through trom
Eust;" 11.SO A. M? 0:30 P. M. Local trout
I'West: K:'.iO A. II., 0:58 A. M. and 7:13 P. M.
TStrounh: 8:30 A. 11., 2:35 P. 11. und 8:30 1'. AI.
Jaiti*? River Line: ?*S:88 A. it., 6:15 p. lt.
?? Dally except Sunday.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st, 1S13.
TKAl^c LEA . E IthJUAtU.'IU DA1LV.
For Floriaa and South: 8:15 A M. and
17:3i 1'. 11.. "10:30 P. M.. 1:00 A. II.
l-or Nonolk: ?:00 A a?.. 8:uj P. il? 4:10
I P. M.
For N. ? W. Ry. West: 6::j A. M? 10:00
[A M., 8:W r M., ?:M P. M.
For Puiersdurg: 1:00 A AI., 6:15 A II.,
16:16 A. M.. S-.uO A. Id., 10:00 A AL. J:i>) P. Al.,
4:10 p. M., S:c8 P. M.. 7:35 1*. Al.. 0:2o P. Al..
I 11:45 P. M
For Qo.aaboro aad FayetUvlllSj "4:10 p. M.
Tralr.? arrive Richmond .'.ally: 4:40 A. A4.,
16:40 A. 11.. 6:40 A. M.. a7:O0 A. M.. "8:37 A.
11.. "10:46 A. M., 11:40 A. M.. "2.00 P. M..
?1:40 P. 11.. 6:05 P. 11.. 6:8i P. 11., S:M P. AC,
j?:0u p. Al., 11:30 P. Al.
?Except Sunday. ""Sun.loy only. aExcopt
[ Monday.
Time of arrival and dopartur* and coa
leclloas no> rruaranteed.
fetcamiiotU?
To the
WEST INDIES
The American Riviera
BY
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Especially attractive tours to
JAMAICA CUJA
PANAMA CANAL
BAKBADOS TRINIDAD
VENEZUELA
For Particulars Write to
SANDERSON & SON,
Oeul. Ahim.. '-- Mnlf ."it., X. Y.
?. II. Uuwinan.
Tos E. M:'In Si , - Riuhmoudi Va.
"Ask Mr. Bowman"
About Bermuda, Cuba, Panama. West
Indies, South Amor lea, Mediterranean
and Orient Cruises. The only ngoncy
representing all lines. Hotel and Free
Information Bureau.
Snmtiel II. IloMrninn.
Southern Tourist Agent.
Dl.n DOMINION LINE.
Lv. Hlchmonu loot ol Aan SL ?any.7:M P..M.
Leave Newport .News.6:00 A. AI.
Arrlvs .Nortoik..: ..-j .'. il.
Uoonseil with main lino steamara ItaVias
Norlolk for .New ?Ork dally uxuept aunaay
7:vu P. AL Connuctlous uuo mads by (i. tc
\V By. 3 I', il. and C. 8: O. Ry, ui 1 P. M.
Night Lias iteaiiiera il?i, at Claremoitt to
land or laceivs p^s^ngera cu sisoal, aad
will he inet oy ".c conveyance.
Vlllt.lMA N.VVUiAllO.N CO.-James River
by uaylighl foi Nursoia ?11.1 Old Point. New
pLn N?W* and all James Rival landings.
Steamer Icavea AIoj WeJuesday rxd
Friday nl 7:0? A. M. Freight received for
all J.imt* River landings. Phoiijiladison 174.
Mills I'li'ket Oifue. 821 K. ?alt stroo?
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To
SIO u? doe?r ? ??<? 'son N<\w .mi.
(.-r.r ? lac'.naa llquii. Cxceriidop. Lowic. Satrk
fwin Screw ^. ?. "UennuOlun," iu.&la lunaPSpuce
m : :. salla Jan'y 2llh. 31st and every \V-u.
? . stlay thereafter.
Saite* <le lax?, ?Ith n"'?" ?ath. OVrhr.tra. Olli?
keels, eicctrv fan- uircitu lelcgnphy notleeraga
Fastet,. ni>we?l tnA only ?tt umer notilnir pj??en?c(? t)
the tloek In Kamillan Oult T?nnU. K:?hin8 UitAlng.
Salltuu and Cvclln?
WEST INDIES
"tew K. ^ "tiNlana" Milt Oec llth. Jjn ynia. March
?nil.an? oiher ti.amrra toriniyMiy ?<<? Tnomai. St>'
Crolx. S'. KUH. tr.tl/i.i. GuiiliVjp-. Dnailnlci. Mtrlln
lone. St Lucia. Darbartoe? in I Pr.i-fnr.. I -.r'..niai.-a.ed
r/.ro.hUlsapp!>i0A.K.<.lTi:ltllltin
IjueLec h. 8. t>. LtJ- ?S Uro?d?aJ. Ner Yerk.
Sautnrl II. Ilottnun. 70"? E. Main St* .
Richmond, Vn., or nny Tlcke! Aitcnt, ?a
Quebec S. S. Co.. j.l;l.._<t"?,bee. _._
Merchants and Miners Tram^rola'ioa Co
Norfob. to Boaton, m.i? ,.. bad
Proflririire, R. L
Hteamera leave Nortoik for Iljaion?Dally,
excipl Thursdny: for Pravidrnce. Men.. Wert;
and 8aL a; ? P. At. Paaxengcrs and fi..-ijr.tt
taltcu for all ..car Eng.and poln 7i:ij-.i
on SAle ai ? *.6* C A O. Ry.. I?. ? \V. Ry.,
I g, 11 Rowi.iati, ,"C8 East '.1.and HUhut^aJ
I Traasfor Co.. 100 East Atabv _M

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