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BOARD OF FIRE
Regular Meeting Was Held and Re?
BOARD WOULD RAISE THE PAY.
Firemen Ar? Too Poorly Pa hi for Their
Services ? I*t?w Fires in the Ciry
During Ilio Past Yea??, ami No
Lus?, of Life ? The Kcport.
A regular meeting of the Board of Fire
Commis.-loners was held in the their room
in the City H3?1 last night at a o'clock,
with all of the members except Captain
!.. C. Jenkins, who was laid up from his
unpleasant experience of being thrown
from the buggy with Chief Puller yes?
O. Knight, call hoscman in Truck Com?
pany No. L was dlsmlssii? from the ser?
vie* arid George C. Sliei ?person, substi?
tute In the same company, was promoted
to the ?oostlion
The reports of the Chief Engineer and
surperinVrndcnt of Fire Alarm showed
that their respectivo departments were
in the best of condition.
There were forty-six alarms of fire dur?
ing the month of December, none of
which proved to be serious.
"ino secretary submitted his financial
statement for the p:i.-'. year, which showed
that there wore nice balances to the credit
of all of the accounts under the charge,
of the Ixiard. which will bo returned to
the- city. They will amount to about
? The presideut rend his regular annual
report, which was forwarded to the Coun
?11 as Is prescribed by law. The report is
REPORT OF TUB BOARD.
Richmond. Va., Jan. 1. VMtO.
To th??? Honorable, the Mayor and City
?Council of Richmond. Va.
Gentlemen?In obedience "to the law the
Board <-'f Fire Commissioners submit
th? ?r twelfth annual report tor the. Fire
and Fire Alarm Departments for the
vear ending December :U. 1S99.
' The year ending has been highly sne
cessful from a tire point of view, and
while the losses throughout the State have
been phenomenal; our city has been spared
and there has been neither loss of life or
property to any extent. There, were IST
alarms of fire receive and transmitted
to the Fire Department with a total loss
approximating W&OOO. which is inconslder
?ble '?t our city and is an additional re
?commendation to Chief W. G. Puller and
hie command. Their continued alertness.
capacity and interest in their duties have
made the duties r.f t'.ie ? ard of Fire
Commissioners comparatively easy.
The vear just nasi was a bugbear, how.
ever,.in point of detail, as certain im
prbv? metits were necessary, without spec?
ial appropriation; and in order to compiere
??: plans within the amount set apart, j
rigid economy had to l>e ex<-rrised and j
the small demand for th? service enabled ?
th'? department to successfully finish up j
The splendid quarters of No. 11 Engine j
Company ware finished at a cost of ??.G?'? ]
and that model of perfection in the way ?
of lire quarters not only adds t<> the
beauty of the city, but lilis ? necessity j
that was lour, recognized. That particu- ?
It district is rapidly becoming the .enter
of large factor'.?? and commercial plants
aha requires the very host lire protection; .
The building, vaca'ted will be utilized for j
general purposes, such ns veterinary Ros?
vita!, re-ai- -hop and storehouse, a long
In view of the rapidly increasing work
and the erection of large establishments
of all hinds, it is important that the en
rire department should be placed on a
iull-paii basis, so when the ?<jr?ar_iiellt
reaches a fir?e it should be fully equi] ? d
with men to bandi?! the .apparatus, and
i:i cases to ?.Tiisli out the lire in its in
clple*cy* with ibis object in view, your
honorable body arra again urged to malo? a
sufficient appropriation to make this im?
portant department full paid.
We most urgently request that our pay?
roll accounts be increased for rbasons
stated above, also as we think that the
Chief Engineer. Assistant Engineer and
Superintendent o? Fi'.v-A'nrm. as head*
<.f their departments and capable officers,
are inadequately paid and should be more
The most notable fires were the Hawes
lim?; warehouse. Angle cheroot factory
and the Watt Plow Company! all of
which were restricted to the premises, still
the loss was considerable.
Our board desina to extend to your hon?
orai.le body their srneere thanks for the
ordinances ?concerning shingle ropfs and
fire-escapes, which were amended at their
suggestion and approval, and while these
laws will work no hardships, they will les?
sen the danger U? life and property, from
There has been no serious infractions of
our laws, and, with some few exceptions,
the disciplino has been well-nigh perfect,
Yitu are referred to the Chief Engineer's
?report for detailed statements.
The physician's report will give you in?
teresting details concerning his ?luties,,
and is writ worthv of perusal.
Tho Fire-Alarm Department, under the
??are of our efficient superintendent, "\V.
H. Thompson, and his corps of capable
assistants. 1? kept up to a high standard,
.-nid It Is a very rare t'r.|ng that an alarm
Our city is fast outgrowing the liistrtt
tmonts now used in this department.
In addition to the regular work of this
departimrnt, it is made the duty of our
superintendent, by ordinances adopted by
your honorable body, to supervise ai'
overhead and underground electric con?
struction and care for all electrical appa?
ratus owned and operated by the city,
we briefly mention the- fo'U.wing: Annun?
ciators, call bells an3 clocks of the Cltv
Ha'.l, signalling apparatus at the Ci*v
Hrsp'tal. the police patrol signal service,
local electric light plum at the new _um;;
?works o? the City Water Works: in'fact.
this department has become the electri?
cal branch of the city government.
Tli?? thanks of the. board are due to His
Honor, the Mayor, and to your honorable
bodies for the -patient and generous con?
sideration always granted to the depart?
ment, and our thanks are especially due
to the honorable Committee ??i Water
?Tcrnmittee on Light an.l' the Board of
Police Commissioners, whoso kindly eo
o) ?pration has be -en of such groat .assist?
ance. Respectfully submitted,
J. H. FR1SCI1KORN".
President Board of Fire Commlsioners '
Chief Puller and Captain Jenkins
Tl.t.uvn l'ioni ? Rn?r?y
Chic- \v; G. miler and Captt?h J-n
Wns. of the Fire Department, were thrown
from the Chiefs buggy yesterday morn?
ing and very narrowly ?soaped b?G?_
seriously injured, ?-?ijcu being
?1,???,:???,:?'1, ?.'C':OCk Uley Trcre drt^ing
down Broad street Just above the M_
!3_3L_ G"";10? whon ?ro? a ?aw m ti?:
me.r.l. the front axl- broke in halt within"
odvV^h,,?f _T ,Cft Whpel and S
t?- ?, r V* ,iroJ1pet? to the groupa.
_.: ?v. . * ??""? became frightened
?, ^nglt-tree striking her leg" "?_
moment. n "" ? G??? ^ w?*??* ?4
,,'^_* 8!i;'a'!t>n ^'as a ?serious one, and
SS,a_f ??_?* Tv.1 heed 8n<J wSp???
<er. w_o wa? driving, prevented the oo
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TANFI? or seni: POST PAID on receipt of Price
cupaiits of the hussy f" -eting with
Wnen -Mr. Puller found that the
freight?ened animal eould not be stopped,
he decided to run her into pome obstruct,
ion. <jr to throw her down.
As they reached the corner of Adams
street, he turned her suddenly on the
frozen ground and tripped her, throwing
ht:r heavily to the ground.
Tie horse fell toward the broken side
of tlw huggy and turned it- over. Mr.
Puller and Captain Jenkins were heavily
thrown to the ground.
Tire Chief fell upon the curbing and was
badly bruised about the hip and leg. and
received a severe gash over the left eye,
while Captain Jenkins had his shoulder
NePher of the gentlemen were seriously
Injured although they will be very sore
from tllsir bruises for some tinie.
l?cv. Mr. Cliuiiiblry Ilctiirncil from the
Rev. C. M. Chumbly was granted per?
mission to sever his connection with
Westminster church Sunday.
At a congregational meeting held
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'elock, a com?
munication was read from tiie pastor,
asking that the church concur in the re?
quest. Tiie action of the congregation
was in accordance with the wish of Mr.
( 'huiubloy. and a committee was appoint?
ed to appear before th? Presbytery in the
matter. The church adopted resolutions
reciting the faithful and acceptable ser?
vices of the pastor, and assuring him of
the continued prayers and interest of the
congregation. On the committee were
appointed Messrs. E. D. Moore, J, D.
Leckie and J. H. Clayton.
A committee was also appointed to con
side?!? the calling of a new pastor, con?
sisting of Messrs. A. l?. Holderby, Jr., E.
D. "Aioore. J. II. Clayton, J. D. Leckie
and Thomas Frazier.
There was a meeting of East Hanover
"Presbytery at noon yesterday, presided
over by the moderator. Itev. C. E. Stebbins
of Chester; All the Presbyterian ministers
of the city were present. The communi?
cation from Westminster church was re?
ceived, and the request of P.ev. Mr.
ChUmbley for a severance of pastoral re?
lations was granted.
Rev. Mr; Chumbiey lias accepted a call :
to Samuel Davies church, of Hanover I
county, one of tho oldest churches in the
<'oo(I Hill at the Btjou.
Standing room was at premium at th<
Bijou last night, and the ?arge audienci
enjoyed Uie entire array of vaudeville
talent thai was spread before them.
The op*n:;c stars, ?. ??. Eckert and
Emma Ber., in their Japanese operetta
"LitUo Pee Weet," were the favorites,
and they hr.ve caus? to feel tlattered in
such a class.
Ha&tings and Wright are well-know
here, and wi -a th-y~appe-tred last nigh
they were heartily^ we"corned. So were
Mis-^s Bigger nd Drchsr, who also have
many friends ! re.
Others on the bill who took well were
"Watson and llitr-hings. headliners. in a
very funny sk?--,h called "The Dramatic
Agent;" -'The ?;,eat Goblin." illusionist;
Bottle and Fitzroy, refined musical ex?
perts, and Barr and Evans in a sketch
known as Viri Town on Business."
The regular performances will be given
all th? week.
? Token tiir >?r. Duce.
The congregation ?if the First English
Evangelical Lutheran church presented
Mr. Herbert C. Duce, the organist of the
church, with a very hanrsome purse of
gold last Sunday as a token of appre?
ciation of his efforts to improve the mu?
sic of the services.
A Viti- til n'Un? ?
The condition of *(lajor Charles E. Sncd- 1
grass Is practically unchanged. He is
at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. W
S. Wi>odson. *N*o. 109 south Second street'
Little hope Is entertained of Mr. Snod
Miss Hall Takes Char-re.
Miss Williamson, who has been head '
nurso in charge of the R?>ireut for the I
Sick Tor Mima tini?? pasti ivtircn from h"r ?
position to-day und Miss Kail succeeds :
her. Miss Hall is a -jraduate of several
of the northern hoi-pita's, and is most :
competent to fill her new position.'Though
ehe has spent recent years CSorth/she --vas i
formerly of this city. .
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Interesting Facts About itici?moritl's
Ci(:z"its ?nul Olhcr Matters.
Mrs. Robert Gcmmell was resting com?
fortably last night.
Miss Carrie Eitzel, of Baltimore, is
visiting Mrs. l?. L. Smith, of north Twen?
Mr. Alfred Cohen left at 12 o'clock yes?
terday for Powhutan county. He will
Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Hardy have gone
North for a few days. ? They expect to
return op Thursday.
Dr. J. Sills Danic's has returned to the
city after an extensive and successful
hunt of two weeks.
The Richmond Chess. Checker and Whist
Club will meet for organization at Mur?
phy's Hotel to-morrow night at S o'clock.
Mrs. C. C. Butler, of Keysville, return?
ed home yesterday after a brief visit to
her mother, Mrs. Oswald, on Ninth street.
The regular meeting of the Board of
Managers of the HomeoD.-ithic Free Dis?
pensary will be held to-day at U:30 A.
M. - :
Mr. Charles II. Talbott. Jr., has gone
to Birmingham., Ala., where he will en?
gage witli his brother, Mr. Allan Talbott,
The Board of Managers of the Baptist
Home for Aged Women will hold a meet,
ing this morning at 11 o'clock at the
The monthly meeting of the Board of
Managers of the Homeopathic Free Dis?
pensary wiil be held this morning at lf:3?
Miss E. Antionette Hulphers, of Brook?
lyn. ?. Y., is paying a delightful visit
at the home of Mrs. George Watt, 1123
west Main street.
Firemen A. C Ellir-f?ton. helppr of
Steamer Company No. 2; Walter Wood,
engine driver of No. 1, are off duty on
account of sitkness. ;
The public schools of the city, which
have been closed for ten days, on ac?
count of the Christmas holidays, will
reopen this morning.
The Church Hill Branch of the Society (
for tiie Prevention of Cruelty to Animals j
will meet at 2S01 east Grace street, this I
afternoon at 4 o'clock. ?"
Mr. W. E. Christian, who is connected j
with the passenger department of the j
Seaboard Air Line, at Portsmouth, was
visiting Richmond yesterday. >
Miss Maud Odell. who has been se- j
riously ill at her residence on west Clay .
street, is now convalescent, and hopes !
to be put again in the next few days. j
Mrs. Crafts, of Washington, delivered an j
Interest'ng talk to the boys of the Gospel J
Army Sunday afternoon, the subjret be- j
'r.s "The Twentieth Century Knight." |
Mr. David Freed, of New Tork, School
Commissioner and member of Tarn- j
many Hail, ar.d Mr. H. O. Dozier,. als-j.|
a member of the "Tigers,"' are in the ?
city. ? - ? ' - >:.:
There Will be a meeting of the board of
the.T. M. C. A. held at the Association
this evening, at which time preparations
will he made to hold a Moody memorial
given by Miss Sallie West, at S17 west
Grace street, last night, and everyone
present had a good time. Among those
present were: Misses Ollie Belle Har- j
wood, Edith Spratley, Green, Wilson, Cur- t
tis and others.
The work of laying the conduits has
been suspended on account of the cold
weather, but will be resumed as soon as
possible, and the working force doubled
so as to hasten the work to completion.?
The Semi-Ccntennial Bible Class of
Laurel-street Methodist Sunday-school
.presented their teacher, Mr. Charles E.
Wade, as a Christmas gift, a handsome
teacher's edition of' the Bible and a
volume of notes on International Lessons
for 1900. >
New Ycr German.
FREDERICKSB?RG, . VA., : Jan. 1.? |
Snecia'.?An exquisite ?erman. given to-:.}
night at-the Opera House by the young?}
men of the city. to. their lady friends, j
flttingl'y closed the holiday season. "Wh'?c.]
not so large In point of numbers as the j
-torn-inn*? of last week, it proved a- fine i
i-ucccsf, mid thi* ccstutnes of the ladles :
were very handsome. ?????? those dnre- i
lng were Misses Mattle Hughes, of? Ba'ti
more: Ruth Tanner, of Richmond: Eva [
Tayloe, of King George; Burrett', of Nor- I
folk: Minnie Smith, of King Geort-e; I
Ellis, of ?North Carolina.; Nannie Field??, i
Kate Doggett. Jennie Phillips, Abbie St.
John, Elise Ficklen, Nannie Stone, Mary
Gordon Wallace, Salite Tap'scott, Lillian
Montague*, Lena Rowe, Louise McCarty,
Nellie Carmichae!, Fannie Taylor, Edrno
Lee, Mary FItzliugh. Fannie Carmiehae!,
Meta Pollock, Mesdames William Ber?
nard, ?\G. C. Steams, Frank Tilford, of
"Washington; Messrs. Frank Tilford, of
Washington; Edward Bl?den Tayloe,. of
King George; Burrell. of the University
of Virginia; Clay Miller, of Baltimore;
I Ho.'oday, of Rapidan; L. H. Taliaferro,
E. M. Young, Jr., G. W. Shepherd, Jr., J.
W; Green, Tom . Shepherd, C. O'Coner
Goolrick F. W. Green. F. R. Tyler.
Charles'T. Goolrick. B..C. Young, W. H.
Hurkamp, W. K. Goolrick, H. L. Wal?
lace, Richard H- Carmichael, William
Bernard, ??. C, Steams, James Britton,
i XV. C. Warren,. J. Garnett King, Profes?
sor Ellis. A large number of spectators
enjoyed looking on until midnight.
Durlia in Hots.
DURHAM., X. C, Jan. 1.?Special.?City
Treasurer J. It. Fatten is back from Bal?
timore, where he went to carry his seven
year-old son Ernest; for a fourth opera?
tion on a fractured jawbone. The little
fedow has stootl all the operations, cov?
ering several months, remarkably well.
The tobacco warehouses all reopen-for
J. Frank Maddy. business manager of
the? Durham Sun, has resigned that posi?
tion and accepted the editorship of the
local department of the Morning Herald,
the change taking place to-day. '
Shooting in New Kent.
NEW KENT C. H., VA., Jan. 1.?Spe
! ciai.?In a shootii _ affair among negroes
? Friday, Clifton Meekins was shot in the
I thigh, and the ball glanced downward,
j lodging underneath the' knee, making
<p_uo a severe wound. Meekins claims
?that Sam Crump, his rival in love, shot
him; but one of the witnesses stated in
her evidence that Meekins toi?l'her that
he shot himself on account of unrequited
love. The case was sent on to the grand
Hy a Farmer's Wife.
(Written for The Times).
'Oh give me the life cf a farmer's wife"
In the summer hot and bright.
'Mid Croat-king lrogs anrl barking dogs,
Ar.d dreadful Meas ti:at bite.
To rise in the morning half asleep.
When the farmer blows his horn
And watch the weeds, as. they go to seed,
AH over the yard and lawn.
"Oh give me the life of a farmer's wife"
When the rain begins to pour.
When the driving breeze shr.kes leaves
from the trees.
And whirls them In at your door.
The rats go scampering through the wails,
The ants in the closet roam;
Your friends drop in when the larder Is
And the servants are gone from home
"Oh give me the life of a farmer's wife"
When he's mad as an c!d March hare.
. And rips and tears, and rants and swears
And acts like a two-legged bear.
. Whsn he bangs the door and kicks the
And treads on the tail of the cat,
And you feal like the comet had struok
the earth ? !
Ar.d knocked it perfectly Hat. V
When cold it grows, and winter snows ' I
Ar e pouring thick and white, j
When the bread won't rise and the baby ,
And the fire goes out at night; j
And wootl is scarce and kindlings wet I
And water turns to ice, J
Just try the life of a "farmer's wife" j
And see if it isn't nice! |
ROSE H. GRAY. J
A Litrle Woman.
"The boys all want to kiss mei"
Said the Jittie Anna; May.
Her.mother cried: "Why, bless me.
Child, you don't mean what you say?"
. But Anna May reseated...
Her complaint in tearful tones?
"And the worst one's, that conceited
Little freckled Rollo .Jones.
"He meets one on the highway,
. Goin' to school an' comln', too.
An' he'always gets in my way?
Now, what am I to do?.'*
"You should run away from Rollo
"? Then,; mv,child," .?t m* .'rcpllcJ.
(But suppose'-h? chouldn't follow?"
The little ...maiden sighed.
?T. A. E?. in Catholic ' Standard and
Time*. ?.;. .
is not all we wish to greet
you with. We desire to ex?
tend to you an invitation to
stop in all times during the
year and examine the most
exclusive line of
Fine Gold and
to be seen in the city. We
will display for }-our exami?
nation and approval the very
latest productions of the gold
and silversmith's art during
the season of 1900.
Richmond, Va., January, 1D?0.
To Our Many Patrons and the Public in
We desire to express our thanks for the
liberal patronage bestowed upon our es?
tablishment in the past, and beg to solicit
a continuance of the same in the future.
establishment Is amohg the most ersten- !
sove in the country, provided with ev?ry
faoility for the execution of all optical
work essential for the Improvement and
preservation of tho eyesight. We do not
merely SELL optical goods. Our skill,
conscience and guarantee is behind every
order and prescription. Our
department, with lark room on the. prem?
ises and free instruction in photography,
is. dally gaining in patronage, and its most
eSicient standard will be maintained.
Cor. Ninth and Maia Streets.
Richmond, Frader?cksiiurs and
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 1?. 1800.
LEAVE ByRD-aTRKET STATION:
2:?? a. al. .i-aily for WastiMgton and
points North.' ?stops on-y at Millord
ana Fredericksburg, pullman sleep?
ers to New .York.
S:20 A. M Sunday only.- for Washington
and points North. Stops at Eloa,
Glen Allen;,-'Ashland. Taylorsviite.
Doswell. Ruther Glen, Resola. Mil-.
" ford. Woods:ane, Guinea, Sumnut,
Fredericksburg. Brooke, and, wide
water. Pullman car. .
8:4"? A. M. Daily, except Sunday, for
Washington and points North. Stops
at Elba, Glen Alien. Ashiand. Tay
lorsville, Boswell. Ruther' Glen* Pe?
n?la. Milford. Vv'oodslane, 'Guinee.
Summit. FreJerU-Ksburg. Brooke
and-Widewater. Pullman car. '
12:00 M. Daily, except Sunday, for Wash?
ington and points North. Stops at
Elba, Glen Allen. Ashiand. Doswell,
Milford and Frederlcksburg. Parlor
car. Connects with Congressional
Limited at Washington.
7:1*? P. M. Dally, for Washington and
?ioints North. Stops at Elba. Ash
and, Doswel?. Milford. Frcderlcks
.burfr. Brooke and Widewater. Stops
at other stations Sundays. Sleeper
Riehmond to New Tork. Sleeper
Washington to FhlladclDh'a.
ARRIVE BYRD-STREET STATION.
8:40 A. M. Daily. Stops at Widewater.
Brooke, FredericKsburg. Milford.
Doswell. Ashiand and Elba. Stops
at other stations Sundays. Sleeper
New York to Richmond.
3:00 P. M- Daily, exempt Sunday. Stops
at Fredericksburg. Milford. Dosweil.
Ashiand. Glen Allen and Elba. Par?
lor car from Washington?
er P. M. Daily. Stops only at Fred
. erlcksburg. Doswell. Ashiand and
Elba. Pullman cars$from New York.
S:40 P. ?.I. Daily. Stops a: Widewater,
Brooke, Frederlcksburg. Summit.
? Guinea. Woodslane, Milford. Pen?la,
R?ther Glen. Doswel!. Tavlorsvll'e.
Ashiand, Glen Allen and Elba.
. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS.
(Daily, except Sunday.)
7:12 ?. M. Leaves Elba for Quantico.
4:0O.P. M. Leaves I?yrd-Street Station
r.:.T0 P. ??. Leaves Elba for Ashiand.
fi;JO A. Jr. Arrives Elba from Ashiand.
S:2.-> A. M. Arrives Byrd-Street from
6:05 P. Ml Arrives Elba from Ashiand.
W. P. TATT O It,
E. T. D. -IVRIS.
W$Su^~ 'SQhiolty. ?
?Cfjjv.i.lV?' OC'i'uLEli. '?i), ltW'J.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
9:03 a. M. Daily, with Parlor car for
pi.ncipai sinuous, Newport News,
old Point, iNoitolis and Portsmouth.
Connects at iSoiIoik, uany ???? oi?i
Loi.iiiiie.. sLeamai.it? tor iriew "cura.
3r45 P. M. Dally, with Pullman tor local
stations, Newport News, O'it Point,
?wiiui' k&d ????&?"???3????"* C~nnecc3
at Old Point with Wasnmgton steam?
ers daily and with Baltimore steam?
ers, exeepi. aui-u^y.
10:20 A. M., i^xpreod. except Sunday, for
Clifton For^e. Conuecta at Gordons
ville for Orange. CalvertOn, Manas
sas, Alexandria and W'aonington; at
Union Station. Chariottesville, for
Lynchburg: at Basic City for
2:15 P. M. Daily, with Pullman to Cin?
cinnati. Louisville and St. Louis,
connecting at GorOonsvllle for
Orange, and at Orange with south
ern Railway, north-bound: at Cov
lngton. Va., for Hot Springs. Slops .
only at important stations, ?leals ?
served oi Dining care. No. **. local |
train, except Sunday, follows ?bove !
train from Uorooitiviile i?> ?lauuioir. !
1:30 P. M. Accommodation, except Sun- j
day. for Dofwell. ,
. 10:30 P. M. Daily for Clncinn.it'. with F. '
F. V. Pullman to Hir.ton, W. Va., !
and Gordonsv?le to Cincinnati and :
Louisville. Meals served on dining .
j car. Connects at Siaunton (except i
Sunday) tor Winchester. Va., and at
; Covmgton. Va., daily for Virginia j
TRAINS LEAVE EIGHTH-STREET
! 10:30 A. M. Daily, tor L> uchburg. Lexing- >
iton. Va., ana Cintoti ij'orjse. Con
nects. except Sunday, with Buck- ?
irigham an? Aluerene branches, and ?
at C?fton Forge with No. 1 for Cm- '
! chinati. ' , . _., :
: 5:00 P. M. Except Sunday for Columbia. ;
t TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND. I
! 8:00 A. M. except Sunday, from Doswell.
| 8:30 ?. ?1- Daily, from Cincinnati. !
11:20 A. M. Daily, trum NorfolK and Old ?
i 3:30 P. M. Dally, from Cincinnati and
? 8:50 P. M. Dally, from Norfolk and Old j
! 7:43 P. SI-, except Sunday, from Clifton I
TRAINS ARRTVE ETGHTH-STREET
; 8:40 A. M. Except Sunday from Colum- I
? 6:20 ?- M. Daily, from CHfton Forge.
Lexington, Va., and Lynchburg, and '
pxcept Sunday from New Cistle and i
JOHN D. POTTS.
Assistant Gen. Pas. Agent. I
S. A. L. !
SEABOARD AIR LINE. !
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 5. ?S00. ?
LEAVES BYRD-STREET ???????. <
9:05 A. M. ?n ?.
9:00 P. M. ? Da,|y
for llende.buu tarme Durham dally, ex? i
cept t>unaay>. Raleigti; Saniord, Southern i
? Pines, Wilmington, Wades boro. Monroe. '
: Charlotte. Lincointon. Sheiby, Ruther? !
1 fordton. Chester. Clinton, Greenwood -\o- :
j bevine. Eioerton, Athens. ATLANTA :
; Augusta^ Macon, Montgomery. New Ori ?'
I leans, i'ensacola, Jacksonville. Chiatta- "
; nooga. Nashville, Memphis, Tej:as. Mex?
ico. California and the West -?ia Memphis
or New Orleans. i
Train leaving at 9:C0 P. M. runs through i
solid to Atlanta without change of cars i
Sleeper ready for occupancy at 8:40 P. M. ;
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
8:15 A. M. Daily, except Sunday (Sun- ?
day.S:00 ?. M.)
7:20 P. M. Daily.
For tickets, baggage cheeks, sleepln-r- !
| car reservation, etc.. apply to
H. M. BOYKIN.
General Asent. I
836 east Main street. !
E. ST. JOHN. Vice-President and Gen- !
V. E. McBEE. General Superintendent, ?
? H. W. ?. GLOVER. Traffic Manager.
L. S. ALLEN.
Geno?-i,l Passengrrr Asent.
D DOMINION STEAME3HIP COM- ?
DAILY SERVICE. . ?
Steamers !?*ave 'Norfolk, I
Va., DAILY at 6:00 P. ?. ?
Passengers leave Richmond i
via C. and O. railroad. 0:00
?. M-. or R. and P. ra!!ro.--.1. !
N. and W. route. f> A. M. j
daily, connectingwlth steam- |
er at Norfolk same evening.
Direct s-pnmer carrying freight and pas
sengers leaves Richmond every Monday ?
at 5 P. M. Addirional steamers (freight i
and steerage passengers) 'cave Richmond i
for Norfolk the other days of the wpek.
except Sunday, at .". P. M.. connecting- ?
with main Une steamer for New York
FROM NEW YORK passengers can
leave DAILY, except Sunday, 3PM I
(Saturday -i P. M.) for Richmond v?a ?Did
Point or Norfolk.
Direct steamer via James river leaves
every Saturday 1 P. M. (passengers and
Freight for Richmond received and for?
warded daily, except Sunday, at '3 ? y??
Saturday ? P. M. Sailings from co'm
pany's nier. 26 North river.
For full information anoiv to
JOHN F. MAYER. Agent.
1212 east Main street.
IT. B. Walker, Traffic. Manager: J: j
Brown. Gene?--it. Passenger Agent. Gen
; eral Offices. Pier 26 N. R.. New York.
rj-^n-B? crrWAMSHTP CO.'S ?^|
: PHILA Dioxin A, RI CHM ONO AIO?
i .?-* . NORFOLK STEAMSHIP
Appointed sailing aays: Every TUES.
? DAYVFRIDAY. and SUNDAY et da?-.
I ll|r?il-c!?t received (Tally till 5 P. at.
Faro on nas-?cnge;? steamer*, includine
? tsteali and herth. ????? . _ ?_
Ttor further tato?*-?-? Mot? arotif.t?)
? j. tv. yt^CKKKtCK.
"* w. ?. CmVivm * ?S * I
Atlantic loas) Line
SCHLAU LE E??iWuVa NOV. UK VStSh
?:0? ?. ?, Daily. Arrives Petersburg 0:51
A. it, Norfors ?_?S A. _L Stop?
ouiy at t'eicrabuiji? Waverly ami
3:0_ A. M. JLWUy. Arrives Petersburg 0:50
A. M.. Vveidon U:i_ A. M-, Fayette
yjh* *:W r. AL, ca?riesioa H:_t? _V
M.. Savauiiuh L?:ut> i?. AL. Jaciiaon
ette 7;;? a. M., * ort :'iunpa o:V*i P.
M. eon-rect? at Wilson wl'? No.
_,'.%,arrivta* Goidsooro 3;1?> P. M.?
Wilmington ?:?_ p. M. Pullman
.... -. **>?eeper ?New York to Jacksonville.
.11.JO A. ii. Daily except Sunday. Arrive?
Petersburg fc_;u> p. at. stops Man?
chester, Drewry's Blu?L. Ceatralra
. ^? and Chester on signal.
3*33 ?. M. Dolly. Arrives Peteraburff 4:10
P. M. Ma?ces atl scops.
?:30 P. li. Daiiy except Sunday. Arrives
Petersburi; tt:i_ p. al, Weldon ?-."?*
P. M. ana Rocky Mount !>:3- P. M.
Makes all intermediate stops.
6:?43 P. M. Daiiy. Arrives Petersburg- 7:21
P. M. Connects with X. and W. law
Norfolk and intermediate pointa.
Emporta ario (connects with A. and
I?, for stations between Emporta ana
Lawiencevllle). Weldon s:ifj P. M-.
Fayettevllle Jiido A. M? Charleston.
5:0. A. M., Savannah 7:0_ ?. M..
Jacksonville M:M A. M., Port Tampa
8:4. P. M. *...???--.?,-.-??
NEW LINT: TO MIDDLE GEOR
GLA. POINTS?Arriving Alkeu 7:'^3
A. M.. Augusta _:lt> A. M.. Macon
11 ?. M. Atlanta ?i:?J P. M Pull?
man Sleepers New York to Wil
mrngtarr, Charleston. Jacksonville.
Augusta and Macon.
?:00 P. M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg 9:3?
P. M.. Weldon ?XrJo P. M. Makes
local stops between Petersburg and
Weldon. Arrives Lynvltourg -?;i:, a.
M., Roanoke, Va., l:_t) ?. M.. Bris?
tol. Va.. 1O-.-?0? A. M Connect? at
Empori- tur Danville. Va.. arriving
5::c> A. M- Pullman Sleeper Rich?
mond to Lynchburg.
10:43 P. M. Datiy. Arrives Petersbur??
ll:-. ?. M. "
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
3:23 ?. M. Daily. From Jacksonville. Sa?
vannah; charleston. Atlanta. Ma
con. Augusta and all noints South.
S:1Z A. M. Daily except Sunday: From
Atlanta. Athens and Kalflgh. Hen?
derson. I.ynchburrr anil the West.
S:37 A. M. Daily exce.t Sunday. Peters?
8:00 A. it. oumiay only. From Atlanta.
Athens. K.ileish.. and Henderson,
t.ynchburc and the West.
11:05? A. M. Dally except Sunday. 1? rom
Goltlsboro and intermediate stations.
Norfolk and SulToIk.
11:05 A. M. Sunday only. From Norfolk,
Suffolk and Petersbure.
1:35 P. ?G. Daily except Sunday. From
6:5."> P. ??. Daily. From Norfolk. Suf?
folk and ?'?fersborg.
7:23 P. M. Dally. From Jacksonville,
Savannah. Charleston. Wilmington.
Goldsboro and all Joints South.
3:56 P. M. Dally. From Petersburg, .
Lynehburg and West.
T. M FMERSON.
J. R. KENLY. Traffic Manager.
H. M. E MF R SON.
General Pass?rrirer A_f*nr.
C. S. CAMPBELL.
Division Passenger Acenr.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE- NOV. 14. ISO?.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. VA.
11:00 P. M.. No. il. Southern Express,
dally tor Atlanta.. Augusta. Jackson?
ville, and points South, ?bleeper tor
Danville, Greensboro. -?-i?sbury. and
Charlotee-, open at- Richmond 9:30 P.
M Stops (or passeu_ers at local
stations. Connects at Danville anil
Charlotte with New York and
Florida E::p?e--s tN_. 33). carrying
through sleepers between New York
and Tampa, with connections for alt
Florida points. Also, connects at
Danville and Charlotte with Wash?
ington and Southwestern Limite!
(N'>. :rT? tarrying through sleepers
between New" York an?l Nashville,"
New York and Memphis, New York
and New Orleans, with connections
for all points In Texas, Mexico and
California. Also. Pullman Tourist
Meepcr Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, Washington to San Fran?
cisco wrthout change.
???? P. M.. No. 7. sottd train dal'y for
Charlotte. N. C. cuisoecu at Mose'
ley with Farmville and Powhataa
railroad. At Keysvllle for Clarks
ville. Oxford. Henderson and Dur?
ham. an?l at Greensboro for Durham,
? Raleigh and Winston-Salem; at D?n
vI??p "with No 3.7, United States fas
mall, solid train, dally for New
Orieans and point* ?iouth. which
carries sleeDefs New York to New
Orleans and Xew York to Jackson?
ville and Miami for Nassau and
Havana. Through 3?eeper Salisbury
6:00 P. Jr.; No. IT, local, dally except
Sundav. for ? eysvilie and Inferme?
TRA TV?*? A"0 ?TVE AT RICHMOND.
6:00 A. M. I From Atlanra. Augusta and
6:25 P. ?. ? Ashevtlle. and all point!?
8:40 A. M.. From Keys ville and local
LOCAL FREIGHT TRAINS.
Nos. 61 and 52, between Manchester
YORK RIVER Ll.\c vU-WEST POINT,
THE FAVORITE ROUTE XORTH.
4:30 P. M.. No. IG. Baltimore Limited,
daily except Sundays, for West Point
and intermetliate station-, making
close connection at West Point with
steamers :or Baltimore Mon?oys,
Wednesdays and Fridays. "\
2:30 P. M., No. 10, local express Mon- .
days, Wednesday and Fridays for
AV'est Point and intermediate eta
? lions. Connects with sta_-.? at Lester
Manor ?ov WaUcecton and Tappahan
noek: alfo. at West Point with
' steamer for Ealtimore. Stop;? at all
500 ? M.. No. 71. local mixed. Leaves
dally except Sunday from Virginia
Street Station for West Point and
intermediate stations. ?onnecting
wlth sta.-??' at Lester Manor ?o?
Walkerton and Tappahinnock
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
020 'V M., Dally from West Point, with
connection from Baltimore Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
10'45 A. M., Wednesdays arid Fr idays.
?J-40 P. M.. Dally ex<-*P'- Sunday .rom
West Point and Intermediate sta?
Steumers I?ave West Point Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays -VO P. ?G . ar?
rivine Baltimore 8:?*<? follow'.ig morning;
returning, leave Baltimore it :? ? - Iv. M.
Tuesdays. Tburs?ilajs_i.r-.l Sr.t..ra-iv?. ar?
riving West Point ?:o0 ?.?id L.t-tmond
0:20 following rno?ninr.
Sr-'amers call at all landings on York
C^W WEPTBURT. Trav. Pass. Agent.
K? east Mala St., Richmond. V?.
j _t ctn.p " w? A? itjrk.
T-atric Mann ser. Gen. Pas3. Agent.
F o GANNON. Third Vice-Preaident an?*
Gen'i Manager. Washington. D. C.
NOVEMBER li?. ?SOO. ____^
LEAVE RICH-MONO (DAILY). BTRD
STREKT STATION. ^L.1.
9:0O A. M.. RICHMOND AND NORFOLK
VESTIBULE LIMITED. Arrtv* at
Norfolk 11:25 A. M. Stops only at
Petersburg, Waverly- and Suffolk.
Second-class tickets not accepted on
0-a-Ah\iSMraT.IE CHICAGO ENPRES8.
' tor Lyr.chburg. Roanoke. Columbus
and Chicago. Pullman Sleeper Roa?
noke to Columbus; also for Bristol,
Knoxville and Chattanooga. Pull?
man sleeper Roanoke to KnoxvUIe.
1 G-48 ? M for Suffolk. Norfolk, and In?
terroedlate stations, arrives ae Nor?
folk at 10 .ID P. M .
9-CO ? M for Lvnchburs and Roanoke.
I " connects at Lynehburg with Wash
I ington and Chattanooga Limited,
imllman Sleepers Lynchburg to Mem?
phis and New Orleans. Cafe, parlor
?incl observation car Radford to
\ttala Ala. Pul-'man sleeper be?
tween Richmond and Lynchburg, and
berths ready for occupancy at 8:3?
P. M; Alsoi, Pullman steeper Peters?
burg and Roanoke.
Trains arrive Richmond from Lynch
burg and the West dally at 8:15 A. SL
and S-r.S P. M-. from Norfolk and tha East
at U'?iV ?. M., and VESTIBULE? LIU.
ITKD T;C<> G- M.
" Office: .38 Main ?tr??et.
JNC. K. WAGNER.
City Pass, and Ticket A*cent.
C. IL B08U3T,
District Fassender Axent. <
W. ?. BEVIIX. ?k