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IN THE COURT
Cases Combined and to be Heard
PARDON THAT CAME TOO LATE.
Convict DIcs Bcforo Papers SettiiiR
Him Free Kcncbed ttio Prison...
More Commissicncrs are N;a tn ed.
Lawycrs in the three cases designed to
* test the Vaiuation Law, one' from New?
port News. another from Alexandria and
the third from Richmond, appeared in the
tSupreme Court yesterday and it was de?
cided, upon conferenc. to hear nrguments
ln one case on the _tS__ instant Tlie law
yers were allowed to decidc upon which
case should be heard and they discussed
the matter in tlie oflice of the Attorney
No decision was reached at that con
~ ierencc, pending the hearing of a case
lhat it is -iiought may come up from Nor?
Thc counsel present were Messrs. Maryus
Jones a_nd F. F. Causey, of Newport
Nerws; John D. Horsley, of Lynchburg;
? F. XV. Christian. B. B. Munford. Charles
S. Strlngfellow. of Richmond; Francis L.
-Smith, A. W. Armstrong, of _tfexandria;
Vi_ H. Wihite, of Norfolk, and XV. XV.
Woodward, of Newport News.
The State will be represented - by Mr.
HiU Carter and tlie Attorney-General. ?
Commt-Floners of Vaiuation were ap
Spodnted Monday and their commissions is?
sued by Clerk Scalt_.-r as follows:
A. J. McNeil, of Franklin; lsham K.
Briggs, of Clarke; John M. Smith, of
Spotsylvania. TJp to date, eighty-one
commissioners have been appointed, out
of one hundred and seventeen.
iNo century bonds were bought in by
_!-_? State yesterday. The Sinking Fund
GMnmlsskmere wall open bids to-day.
Mr. Waiton O. Malley, of Pocahontas.
has been appointed by the Governor a
delegate to the International Mining Con
gTess, to be -ie!d at Milwaukee ln June.
The Governor has appointed Mrs. Ste
phen Putnc-y, of Richmond, and Mrs.
Hugh Nelson Page, of Noriolk, as mem?
bers of thc Honorary Executive Commit?
tee of the Woman's Board of Managers
of the Pan-American Exposition, to bo
held at Buffalo, N. Y.
The State Board of Phai*macy met at the
Capitol yesterday witta all thc members
in attendance as follows: James L. Avis,
of Harrisonburg. (president): E. R. Beck
?wllh, of Petersburg. (secretary): Edgar
?Warfield, of Alexandria; C. R. Link. of
Charlottesville; and T. A. Miller. of Rich?
Thirty-nine persons applied for exami?
nation "to become registered pharmaclsts
and twenty-two to be registered assistant
?pharmacists. Six failed to appear. There
t.re in the class one lady, fifty-three
white men "nd one colored man.
The Board will be ln session two or three
PARDON CAME TOO LATE.
John Texas, a negro convict. died in the
penitentiary at 1:30 o'clock yesterday
The Governor had just pardoned him, but
the papers had not reached the prison
vrtien the man died.
Dr. Benjamin Harrison. the surgeon at
thc penltentfiaxy. Monday requested the
Governor to pardon Texas. He said the
man was hopelessly 111 with consumption.
Texas was sent to the penitentiary ln
IK% to serve fifteen years for murder in
tho second degree.
The Governor p,rantcd a pardon to R.
_E. Pope, of Tsle of Wght. who was
serving six years for housebreaking. Dr.
Harrison recommended this action on ac?
count of the man's 111 heaith.
"Water Puddlcs About Prisoners Feet
at. the CityJaU.
City Sergeant IL Claiborne E])ps wants
tho sanitary ?condition of the city jail
improved. ln a letter to rhe Grounds
and Buildings Committee of the Coun?
cil, ho states that, after the improve?
ments made Iby tliat committee, he is
eurprlsed to see the ?sanitary condition
of the Jail in a worse condition now
tlhan it was ln toefore. The cells are
overcrowded and the accommodation is
as bad as it can be.
I vbritc-d the jail yesterday and found
it in tlie condition as described by Mr.
33pps. The odor from the corridors.
cooking rooms and the apartments are
almost unbearable. while the ground
jloors within the walls are the scencs
of running water. The walls of the cor
riders are hespaUerc-d with mud, to?
bacco juicc and other dlsagreeable look
There is some talk of building a ne?
TOOK PRISONER TO CAPITAL.
Con>i>lcUiijr Semer.ee Here Dickerson
is Koimivuil io Waf-Iimjilon.
An order for removal was Issued yes?
terday afternoon at 5 P. M-V directir.g
the marihal lor the Eastern Distriet of
Virginia to convey Guy M. Dickerson
alias C. P. Dlckinson, to Washington, D.
C. and deliver him over to tlie marshal
for the Distriet of Columbia. Dlcker
fcon is wanted on a charge of larcenyj
but has boen detained here, where he
Just completed a term of service of two
years in the penitentiary. which ex
gjired Marcli 34th.
Some tlme before the expiratlon of his
term here, a warrant was served by
Deputy Bondlt, and the prisoner taken be?
fore Unl'.cd States Commissioner Henry
Flcgenhcimer. who commlttcd him to the
city jail to flnit-h his tlme. Since March
34 th he bas bpen detained as a TJnited
States prisoner awaiting the issuance of
the order of removal. Deputy Marshal
Bcndit took the prisoner to Washington
last night and delivered him to the
?marshal for lhe Distriet of Columbia.
The TrlfiC Company May Build Some
WASHINGTON*. March 30.?Special.?Mr.
W. R. TrisS. presldent of the Trlj-g Ship
Bulldlng Company, of Richmond. called
on Representative Burton, chairman of
the Committee on Rivers and Marbors, ln
company with Captain Lamb to-day. to
Invlte him to Richmond to Inspect lhe
Trigg plant, inflependent of the contem
piatea trip ol tne commucec
Crptaln Lamb said *Mr. Burton would
very (likely accept the invltation of Mr.
Triggl anii he would probably leave for
Richmond to-morrow or Thursday.
Mr. Trigg. the Turkish Minister and tho
naval attaisne of the French Bmbassy, have
been invltoa to take a trip on the sub
niar'no boat HoIIand this afternoon. The
French naval attaohe will report the ope?
rations of this boat to his Government
and if they declde to construct boats of
a similar character. they will be built at
the Trigg Company's plant
Court or Appeal*.
land va. Stalpp. Argued by Wan. H.
for appnUant ana Wm. McK.
^ j ) The "Provident" pays interest on deposits
V. OHIDOt II1 from first day' comP?unded semi-annually.
' All^.surns accepted?none too large, none
.Vrite, 'phone or call.
Provident Savings Bank,
911 EAST MAIN STRttT.
Woodhouse for appellee" and submitted.
? Gillesple vs. Colem'an. Submitted.
. KJng vs. Wilson.' Argued ,by John W.
H..Porter for plaintiff and John W.'-Hap
per for defendant and continued until to
The next cases to be called.are Norfolk
and Western Raiiway Company, vs.- Old
Dominion Baggage Company; Trcvett vs."
Prison Association of Virginia: and Board
of Supervisors of iNorfolk county vs. Cox?
Nos. GS, 69 and -70. ...
' Property Transfers.
Richmond: Mrs. Eiiza IC Hoppe to
Annie L,. Brooker. 15 feet on .south side
Pulliam street, 10 6-12 feet west of Pren.
tiss, $600. . . ?
J. A Potts. Allen Potts and w;lfe,
Robert Ranlett and wife to John r.
Branch, 86 6-12 feet on south side Broad
street 163 9-12 feet from Ryland street,
$7,500. *? .
Henrico county: Thomas R. Howle
and wife to C. L. Arnall, 30 feet onwest
side Twcnty-thlrd Street, 30 feet north
of R street. $375.
William Hill and wife to Sallie Mere?
dith, half interest in thirty feet on west
side Tw.nty-eighth Street, 115 feet north
of U Street $75.
Jo. Lane Stern. speeial commissioner,
to John H. Fordham, 22 feet on Grace
Street. IC" feet west of southwest corner
The police records of the city and the
work of tihe detectlve bureau indicate
tliat the decrcase ln crime has been very
decided in the last month.
The detectives say that the only cause
they can attrihute to the encouraglng
condition of matters along this line is
that there is an abundance of work for
erstwhile idle hands to do.
The churches have been doing much
missionary work recently, and this ls
regarded as a good thing by the Pol.ce
The revival at Union Station church,
ln spite of bad weather, and the sickness
of Rev. C. D. Crawley, the pastor, is go?
ing forward ln a most encouraglng .way.
Rev. Finley Gayle will preach every niglri
this week. There were two converslons
Leased Atlanta Hotel.
News conic3 ifroni Atlanta that Mr.
L>evi XV. Scovllle. and Mr. George XV. Sco
ville, his brother, have leased tho Ara
gon Hotel. of that city, for three years.
This fact will interest many Richmond
people, as Mr. Levl Scoville was former?
ly manager of the White Sulphur Springs.
lleviv.il at Asbury.
Attractive meetings are in progress at
Asbury Methodist Church, and will con?
tinue through the weeK.
The services, which are being con?
ducted by Rev. R. M. Maxey, the pastor
are growing ln interest
Take Him to Wasliington.
Guy Dickinson, a young white man
about twenty years of age and ne'at look?
ing, having served a term of two years
ln the city jail for theft, will be taken
to Washlngton, where he Is wanted' on
the charge of stealing a watch.
Mr. Adams to Run.
Mr. XV. 11. Adams, a member of the
City Democratic Committee, has an?
nounced himself a candidate for the Com?
mon Council from Jefferson Ward.
Messrs. Charies S. Stringfellow. Jr., E.
Vdctor Williams nnd J. Jord.n Leake
loave this morning for Florida and Cuba.
CHANCERY COURT CLERIC.
Mr. C. O. Snville WIII Run for,llo
To the Pubiic:
I respectfully announce that I am a
candidate for re-election as Clerk of the
Chancery Court of the City of Richmond.
I was appointed to that position by tlie
Judge of the Court two and a half years
ago, to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of the former clerk. '
That I have given satlsfaction to those
most interested in the administration of
the ofilce ls, I think, best attested by the
fact that 1 have the written endorsement
and the cordial support of more than
ninety per cent. of tlie lawyers, and of
even a larger proportion of the real es?
tate agents of the city. It seems to me
that I cannot offer higher evidence of
m.v competency and efiH-lency as clerk.
I have but one ambition in connection
with the ofllce?to render the most faith
ful and eflicient service to the pubiic
Asking your confidenoe and support,' I
am, Yours most respectfully,
CHARLES O. SAVILLE.
PREVENTED A TKAGKD Y.
Timely Information given Mrs. George
Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, prevented
a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives.
A frightful cough had long kept her
awake every night. She had tried many
remedies and doctors but steadily grew
worse until urged to try Dr. King's New
Diseovery. One bottle wholly cured her,
and she writes this marvelous medicine
also cured Mr. Long of a severe attack
of Pneumonia. Such cures are positive
proof of the matchless merit of this grand
remedy for curlng all throat, chest and
lung troubles. Only 50c and $1.00. Every
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottle free at
Owens and Minor Drug Store. .
STORY OF A SLAVE' ?
To be bound hand and foot for years by
the chains of disease is the worst form of
slavery. George D. Williams, of Man?
chester, Mich., tells how such a slave was
made free: He says: "My wife has been
"so helplcss for five years that she could
not turn over in bed alone. After using
two bottles of Electric Bitters, she is
wonderfuliy improved and able to do her
own work." This supreme remedy fbr
female diseases qulckly cures nervousness
sleep*lessness, melancholy, headache, back?
ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This mtr
aclc working medicine is a godsend to
weak, slckly, run down people. Every bot?
tle guarar.leed.. Only 50 cents. Sold by
Owen and Minor Drug Co., druggists. .
IT SAVED HIS L.EG.
P. A. Danfortb, of LaGrange, Ga.,
suffered Intensely for six months with a
frightful running sore on his leg, but
writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
wholy cured lt in ten days. For Ulcers,
Wounds, Bums, Bolls, Pain or Piles It's
tho best salve ln -the world. Cure
guaranteed. Ony 25c. Sold by Owens &
Mlnors Drug Co.
Was the result of his: splendld health.
Indcmitable will and tremendous onergy
are not found where Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If
you want th?so uualities and the success
they bring. use Dr. King's .New Life
Pills. They develop every power of braln'
and body. ? ml}* 25c. at Owens & Mlser's
Druq Btore. , ??"* /^-^
What Happened While He Was Away
AKES A NEW RULING.
Xo Spit on a Man' is Equivalent to a
Blow?The Oregon Hill Terrors Get
Up a Straiijrc Method of Rnis
iiiga JIow?Many Pines.
The Great Dispenser was as full of lifo
yesterday as a hoisting engine and as ir
resistable as a jack screw. He was greet
ed by dozens of people as if.he had taken
an ocean voyage, and given as''warn_ a
welcomo as if he had brought presents
back for al' his friends.
"When the cat's away, the mice will
Tho Great Dispenser was off the bench
only one day and yet the town was full
of lights. Men. boys and women who had
been good as long as the Great Dispenser
had his hand at tho throttle, though the
steam was popping off the safety valve,
went wild as soon as he laid off for a
day, jumped the track, and smashed
things right and left, before he got his
overalls-hung up ln the dressing-box.
BUT THE CAT CAME BACK.
John Walters and Henry Chittum were
charged on eeparate .warrants with as?
sault, striking and beating Lloyd Waldrop.
The Great Dispenser ls on the curves
of the Oregon Hill Terrors, and rested
the case early in the game as he knows
when he's got enough, but the boys had
a lawyer and he kept putting witnesses
on the stand until tlie lncrlminating facts
grew like a bail of snow, two 'inore
boys were swept into the vortex of the
law, and the evidence was so plain that
nothing stood between the boys and a
heavy fine except the pleading that im?
mediately takes ? place behind the bench
as soon as a line is imposed in front of
Lloyd Waldrop and a friend dressed in
their Sunday best, came out of Hollywood
after a walk, and Henry Chittum and
Elmo Starke and Dan Butler were stand?
ing on the corner and a strange thins
A STNGULAiR GAME.
Henry Chittum held his hand up In
front of Lloyd Waldrop's breast and in?
vited Elmo Starke to spit on It. Elmo
accepted the invitation and expectorated
with vigor in the direction of Henry's
hand, and in a timely manner, Henry
jerked his hand away and Lloyd caught
tlie spittle on his clothes.
He wiped lt away' without resentment
the lirst time, but when. the same perform
ance was enacted several times Lloyd
struck Elmo Starke and then the three
partners piled on Lloyd.
This encounter ended without serious
results, but the Great Dispenser, by way of
parenthesis, remarked that spitting on a
man was equivalent to a blow and mar
velled lhat Waldrop hadn*t let fly at the
first offense. -
Well, Waldrop went on home and he and
Elmo Starke later made friends, but while
going to church at nigiit Henry Chittum
picked a fuss with him at the corner of
Cherry and Albemarle Streets and bang
ed him in the eye, and here's where John
Walters got ln the game.
When Chittum hit Waldrop, Walters
hit him too from a point of the compas3
out of Waldrop's line of vlsion, and in
consoquence. Waldrop had a bump on his
forehead and a wail-pocket under h!s left
The Great Dispenser issued bench war
rants for Elmo Starke and Dan Butier
and fined Henry Chittum and Jno. Walters
He announced his Intention of breaking
up the disorder in the vicinity of this cor?
ner and instructed the police to report any
gathering of "the gang" there.
Bobert Lawrence came up to nnswer
a warrant that had been out for him.
since last December. He made nn unpro
voked assault on R. M. King Chri?tmas
Eve, and then moved to "Xewport News
.for a spell.
He filled up with fire water, as ls the
habit.of people of 'Richmond, with more
money and influence than Robert Law?
rence at that season of the year.
The liquor he drank was of the fighting
kind and when he met Mr. King he let
into him like a thousand of brick nnd
Mr. King said Lawrence hit him in the
face twenty-four times.
The Great Dispenser had no doubt of
the testimony. but was a little puzz'.ed to
know how Mr. King so clcverly ccunted
the licks under the cireumstances. Mrs.
King came to Mr. King's assistance and
Lawrence hlt her over the heatl with n
fcrlck and then he thought it was time
for dlsappearing nnd went to "Newport
* The Great Dispenser fined' him 520,
and as the man had no lawyer and no
members of the police force as near
neighbors. the Great Dispenser was not
wheedled to reduce the fine, and Law?
rence went to jail ln default.
. NOW BE GOOD.
Morris Baptist and Grant Thomas, col?
ored, were fighting in Broad Street when
arrested. They claimed to be only play
Ing. '"Don't you thlnk it wrong for grown
negroes to play ln Broad Street," querled
the Great Dispenser?
Morris and G-rant had to admit the
proposition. "Then I fine you $;y>0 each
for doing wrong," added the Great Dis
jienser, and Morris and Grant waltz.d
uround to the Sergeant's desk, looking
mean and cheap.
. Ella Keys was charged with assault
lng nnd beatlng Bettie Thornton, and nf
ter trying to make out a case of forgery
against Bettie, went- to the pen in default
Of $2.50 fine.
Andrew Wooldridge and Andrew Bates,
colored, harness thlevcs, were 6entenced.
to six months In jail "flat."
Cornelius Kobinsan and Peter Depr.i
tor failed to answer to the charge of h_
Ing drunk tin .the street ar.d attachments
?were--issued for them.
'Albert Pato and Edwin Hall, charged
with being vagrants, claimed to be a
draughtsman nnd a palnter and-decoratDr
respectively and plead so well that they
were allowed to seek some other place ot
? Mathias Kelly, for doing plumblng
without being a Hcensed p'uraber, Was
Mr Kllcrs U'HI Acc-pi.
The congregation of Bra.ntly -Baptist
Church. Baltimore, have extended- a call
to Re* Maurice Pennfield Fikes, at pres?
ent pastor of the First Baptist Churoh,
Trehton.\N. J. He trlll accept the call
and wlir occupy tois new pulpit after
3lay lst . :. ;?-,-' ;--' .:
Mr. Fikes ls iwell and fa-xorably. known
in:Richmond. He. recently conducted a
series of reyival services at the. Pine
Street Baptist Church,: and . -while, -here
made a numiber of friends, who will bo
glad to (hear. of his..success. .
HERO NOW ;AT REST.
Pnneral of Liientenaiit F* Watson Dunn
nt GordoiiRvillo Yesterday.
The funeral of Lieutenant F. -Watson
Dunn. was held at Gordonsville, his oid
home, yesterday. ,?'His mother resides at
\No. 507 North Nintii -Street, with her
only remaining son, J. Morton Dunn, who
ls connected with the Richmond Transfer
Lieutenant Durtn wa_i, ;for about seven
years, connected with the c_ble office ln
Havana, and ? just_ before the breaklng'
out of hostilities was banlshed.* Wnen
war was declared he vo.un.eered, and
was assigned to the sighal corps: Last
March while huilding a telegraph line
from Guantanamo to Earecoa he was
killed. Tho remains reached New Tork
on the transport "Burnskle" Saturday,
andi were immediately taken b" h'.s
brother. J. M. Dunn, to Gordonsville for
James R. Lawson quallfied in the Chan?
cery Court yesterday as guardian of
Cheadie B., Dixie E., Harry P., Doro
thea L. and Arcliie S. Lawson, the chil?
dren of the late Marcus C. Lawson.
Owing to the sickness of Hon. H. R.
Pollard, the case of XV. D. Sutherland
against the city of Richmond was not
called in the Law and Equity Court yes?
The case of Louisa Burton was called
in the Hustings Court yesterday, but
owing to the absence of certain wit?
nesses it was continucd over until the
next term. She is charged with theft
and as being a susplclous character.
The stables at the east end of the Fair
Grounds, consisting of twenty-one stalis,
were destroyed by fire ye.terdjy morn?
ing about 7 o'clock. Eight horses and
several stable hands were in the s ables
at the time, hut the men succeeded in
removing the animals. so that only a few
blankets were fourne_. Tlie piace is sup?
posed to have been set on fire by tramps.
To Build Foundry.
The Watt Plow Company has recently
purchased a piece of property on-East
Franklin Street. upon which they expect
to Ibuild a large foundry. The company's
foundry was destroyed by fire some time
ago", and _.hey are now contemplating
building another. The work will not be
begun until the fall.
C. A. Harley, bankrupt, has Tnade ap
plication for discharge, and April 5th has
been set for a hearing.
During the'absence of Col. W.. F. Wick
ham, referee in bankruptcy for this, the
Eighth District, Judge, Waddill has ap?
pointed Mr. C. P. Cardwell, referee of the
Fifth District, to act in his stcad.
Fijjlitinjr the Scou.fie.
News has been received here from
Dr. McGuire Newton, w;ho went to Edna
Mills several weeks ago to fight the
smallpox epidemic, raging at that place,
to the effect that while there are still
a number of cases ln . that district
most of the danger Is over. Dr. New?
ton 'has slxtyfive cases under his care.
Awarded thc Cotitract.
Mr. E. B. Icer, . of Gree nsboro, Penn.,
has been awarded the.Jcontract to build
the Schultz Brewlng Company's plant at
iNewport News. Mr. Geo. Schultz, of Rich?
mond, is pre..ident..6f tflis company, and
the plant will be a large one.
__._i_l3.L9 _. |
The ideal fabric for the
coming- se_.son's wear?all
silk, extra heavy "weight,
new and exelusive patterns
Exelusive designs in
Freneh Printed Foulards, in
New Carriages are always wanted at this
Season. We simply advertise that you
may not forget that the ?
BOSHER ARE THE BEST
CARRIAGES T0 BUY
The Largest ahd Most Complete Stock of
ths LATEST NOVELTIES in v.
PHAETONS and SURR.ES
To ba een in tha City.
Laundry Wagons, Daliyery Wagons.
Dayton Wagans. _*?? _
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15 S. 9th St, Richmond, Va. j
?- Your ioved ones and save your money at
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i . a home institution and reliable fratemal bene
| ficiary order. Liberal benefits aiso in the event of .
I sickness and tota! disability. The only fratemal t
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% S. GALESKI, Supreme Secretary, f
& 9 North lCtI_ Street, KICMMOND, V*. &
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National Tobacco Fertilizer.
Capital Tobacco Fertilizer.
Beef Blood and Bone Fertilizer.
Capital Bone Potash Compound
Travers' Disrolved Bone Phos"
service in the adjustment of spec
tacles and eyeglasses is essential
for the improvement and preserva
tionof the eyesight. We furnish
such and guarantee satistaction in
all cases. Prescription work is
our specialty. Our
department is also in charge of
professionals, with dark room on
the premises and free instruction
in photography. Our line of Ko
daks. Cameras and Photo Supplies
is complete. Developing and print
iug finely exicuted at moderate
prices. Mail orders promptly at?
THE S. GALESKI OPTICAL CO.
and Expert Adjusters of Spectaclcs, Eye
Glasses, Artificial Eyes, &c,
CORNER NINTH AND MAIN.
THE THOMAS POTTS CO., ?
MU'ers' Agents, Richmond. Va. j
Daily Line for New York, the North
PASSENGERS can leave DAILY. ex?
cept Sunday, via C.' and O. at 3:43
P. M. or R. and P. and N. and AV. rail?
roads at 5) A. M., connecting at Norfolk
with direct stearners sailing same day.
7:30 P. M." . , ' v
Steerage passengers can leave by aux?
iliary stearners every day except Sunaay,
?it i. P- AL. changing to main line ships
at Norioll-- ._.
FRElGH-i." tor all northern, eastern and
foreign ports -. received and forwarded
daily except Sunday.
FROM NEW YORK.
F*_SSENGERS can leave DAILY. ex
cerft Sunday, . from company's pier. No.
->6 North River, at 3 P. Al., Saturday 4 P.
M for Old Point- Comfort and Norfolk
connecting with C. and O. and N. and W.
traini -tor Richmond.
FREIGHT received and forwarded dally
pxcept Sunday. ...-.
"Tickets on sale at Richmond Transfer
Company. 003 east Main street: Jefferson
iiotel. C and. O. and R. and P. depots.
Richmond. Baggage checked through to
all points. ._
For further information apply to
JOHN F. MATBR. .Agent
1212 east Main street, Richmond Va
General offices: Pier 1*6 North river. New
Vors N. Y-- - / - '-? J. J. BROWN.
IL^ WALKER. Gen. Pass. Agent*
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Appointed sailing :df*yr*^*C*>r*?ry TTJES
DA-SV FB1DAY and SUNDAY at day
"fvelght-recefved dally:"'tni 8 P. M.
iOen. ^hem A^^ff^_Rod^
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SEABOARD AIR ? LINE.
SCHEDULE XN EFFECT NOV. 5. 1S0O.
LEAVES BYRD-STREET STATION.
I for Henderson (arrive Durham daily, ex?
cept Sunaay), Raleigh, Sanford. Southern
- Pines, W'ilmlngton, Wadesborb, Monroe,
Charlotte, Lincolntoh, Shelby, Ruther
forUtou, Chester, Cknton. Greenwood. Ab
beviile.. Elbcrton, Athens, ATLANTA,
Augusta, Macon, Montgomery, New Or?
leans, Pensacola, . Jacksonville. Texas,
Mexico, California and the West via
Memphis or New Orleans.
Trainleavtng at 9:00 P. M. runs through
solid to Atlanta without change ot cars..
Sleeper ready for occupancy at _?:_?> P. M.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
8:15 A. M. Daily, except Sunday (Sunday
S.OO A. M.)
7:20 P. M. Daily.
For tickets. baggage cnecks, slieplng
car reservatlon, etc. apply to
H. M. BOYKIN,
836 east Main street.
E. ST. JOHN, Vice-President and Gen?
V. E. McBEE. General Superintendent.
H. XV. 3. GLOVER, Traffic Manager.
___. S. ALLEN.
General Passenger Agept.
riCHEDb' j ? FFj-^TIVE NOV. 14, 1S0?).
TRAINS 1_.__.AVE RICHMOND. VA.
ll.cV __-. M., No. 11, Southern Express,
daily for Atlanta. Augusta, Jack?
sonville, and points South. Sleeper
for. Danviile, ureensboro, Salisbury,
and Charlotte. open at Richmond
0:30 P. M. Stops for passengers at
local stations. Connects at Danviile
and Charlotte with New York and
Florida Express (No. 33), carrying
through sleepers between New York
and Tampa. with connections for all
Florida points. Also. connects at
Danviile and Charlotte wllh Wash?
ington and Southwestern Limited
(No. 37) carrying through sleepers
between New York and Nashville.
New York and Memphis. New York
and New Orleans. with connections
for all points in Texas. Mexico and
California. Also. Pullman Tourlst
Sleeper Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays. Washington to San Fran?
cisco without change.
12:01 P. M., No. 7, solid train daily for
Charlotte, N. C., connects at Mose?
ley with Farmvllle and Powhatan
railroad. At Keysvllle for Ctarks
ville. Oxford, Henderson and Dur?
ham, and at Greensboro for Dur
hanj. Raleigh and Wlnston-Salem:
it Danviile with No. 35. United
States fast mail. solid train, daiiy
for New Orleans and points South.
which carrfes sleepers New York
to New Orleans nnd New York to
Jacksonville and Miaml for Nassau
nnd Havana. Throughout. sleener
Salisbury to Memphis. Buflfet-Par
lor car between Richmond and
6:00 P. M.. No. 17 local. daily except
Sunday. for Keysville and interme?
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
6*25 P il ) From Atlanta. Augusta and
-.'.no a' _r f AsheviIIe_ and all points
6:00 A. M. j south.
8:40 A. M. From Keysvllle and local
LOCAL FREIGHT TRAINS.
Nos. 61 and 52. between Manchester
YORK RIVER LINE via WEST POINT.
THE FAVORITE ROUTE NORTH.
4:30 P. M., No. IC. Baltimore Limited.
daiiy except Sundays, for West
Point and. intermediate stations.
making close connection at West
Point with steamers for Baitlmore
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
2:30 P. M.. No. 10. local express. Mon?
days, Wednesday and Fridays for
West Point and intermediate sta?
tions. Connects with stage at Les?
ter Manor for Walkerton and Tap?
pahannock; also. at West Point with
steamer for Baltimore. Stops at a'J
5:00 A. M-. No. 74. local mixed. . Leaves
daily except. Sunday from Virginla
Street Station for West Pofnt^and
intermediate stations. connecting
& Ohio Ry.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 1. 1000.
TRAINS LEA . E RICHMOND.
9:00 A. IM. Daiiy, with tarior car for
principal stations, Newport News-;
OliF Point. Norfolk and Portsmouth.
3:45 P. i_l. Daily, with Pullman for local
stations, Newport News, Old Point,
Norfolk and Portsmouth. Connects
at Old Point with Washington
steamers daily and with Baitlmore
steamers, except Sunday. Connects
at Norfolk with Old Dominion
steamers ior New York, except
Sunday. _'_.'__ ,
10:20 A. M., Express. except Sunday for
Ciifton Forge. Connects at Gordons?
ville for Orange, Calverton, Manas
<=as. Alexandria and Washlngton; at
Union Station. Charlottesville, for
Lynchburg; at' Basic City for
Hagerstown. _ - ?
2*15 P M Daily, with Pullman to Cln?
cinnati, Louisvill? and St. Louis,
connecting at Gordonsville for
Orange, and at Orange with South?
ern raiiway, north bound; at Cov?
lngton, Va.. for Hot Springs. Stops
' only at important stations. Meals
served on dining cars. No. T, local
train. except Sunday, follows above
train from Gordonsville to Staunton.
5:30 P. M. Accommodatlon, except Sun?
day. for DoswelL
10:30 P. M. 'Daily for ClncinnaU, with F.
F. V. Pullman to Hinton. W- Va..
-and Gordonsville to Cincinnatl and
Louisville. Meals served on dining
car. Connects at Staunton (except
Sunday) for Wlnchester. Va. and at
* Covlngton, Va., daily for virginia
! Hot Springs- _- ?__?__^_
TRALNS* LEAVE EIGHTH-STREET _
10:30 A. al., Daily, for Lynchburg. Lex?
ington, Va., and Ciifton Forge. Con?
nects.^ except Sunday. withBuck
ingham and Alberene branches, and
at Ciifton Forge with No. 1 for Cln
* cinnati. >
0*00 P. M. Except Sunday. for Columbia.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
8*00 A. M. Except Sunday. from Doswell.
8:30 A. at. Daily. from Clncinnati and
___.__> A. M. Daily. from Norfolk ana Old
Point. . ' __, _ _'_?? ___,
3:30 P. M. Daily, from Clncinnati axat
6:50 P. M. Daily, from Norfolk and Old
7:45 P. M. Except Sunday, from Ciifton
Forte. --'? s_9_8sSHiB9-H_
TRAJNS ARRIVE EIOHTH-STREET -
8:40 -A2 IL Except Sunday,from Colum
- ?- .bla.''
6.20 P- M. DaUy. f?P? .*31ift_*o > Fona.
? Lexington. Va.. and Lynchburg. and
?xeept Sunday from N?w <____>? and
Eoan*T~~-7 _??.-??_"?-"?*? ?"_______
JOHJt _>. _WTSl .
a<n_ _*_____ ____?_?__.
Richnonii; Fretiar idcsurg aaa
v Potomac JHailfoad.
SCHEDLi.-. x^i j-^p-TACT JAN. I* 1900.
. LEAVE xiX-Uj-o'licc.o'X a-A'HON.
3:33 A. At. Dolly fox Wasnmgten and
point* Nortn. Slops omy at Mllford
=': and Frcaencksburg. Pullman *lf&
? ers.to New Xork.
7:30 A. M. Daiiy, .except Monday. tor
Wasnlngton and points Nortn. tn*
"New Jcork and Florida. Special."
composed entirely of Pullman vesti
buleu sleeplng. compartment, din?
ing.. library .and observauon cars.
No extra. charge other thaa regular
Pullman fare. Does not stop at
Elba or local stations. .
8:20 A. JJ Sunday only.. ior Washington
* auu pomis North. . Stqus at Elba.
o?u .Ailen. Asbiand, Tay lorsvllK.
Doswell. Ruther Glen. Feuola. Mil
- ford. Woodslane. Guinea. ?umtiut,
Fredericksburg. Brooke, and Wide?
water. Pullman car.
8:45 A. M Daily. except Sunday. for
Washlngton ana points North- Stop*.
at Elba. Glen Allen. Ashland. T.?y
lorsville, Doswell. Ruther Glen. Pe?
nola. Milford, Woodslane. Guinea,
Summlt, Fr.der!ckiburK, Brooks
aud Widewater- Pullman car. ?
12:00 M Dally. except Sunaay. tor Wastt
lngton and polnts North. Stops at
Elba, Glen'Allen. Ashland. Doswell.
Milford and Fredericksburg. Parlor
car. Connects with Congressional
Llmited at Washington.
7:45 V. M. Dally. for Washlngton and
polnts North. Stops at Elba. Ash?
land. Dosweii. Mllford. Fredericks?
burg. Brooke and Widewater. Steps
st other stations Sundays. Sleeper
Richmond to New York. Sleeper
Washington zo Phlladelnhla.
ARRIVE BYRD-STREET STATIONVv
8:40 A. M- Dally. Stops at W-ttowaterv
Brooke. Fredericksburg. Milford. -
Doswell, Ashland and l_iua. Stops:
at othei stations Sunda>-3. Sleeper
New York to Richmond.
3:00 P. MV Datiy. except Sunday. Stops
at Fredericksburg, Milford. Doswell.
Ashland. Glen AUen and Elba. Par
? lor car rrom Washiruzton.
6:2? P. M. Dolly. Stops only at Fred?
ericksburg. Doswei!. Ashland and
Elba. Pullman cars from New York.
8:40 P. M. Dally. Stops at Widewater.
Brooke, Fredericksburg. Summlt.
Guinea, Woodslane. Mllfnr.l. Penola.
Ruther Olen. Doswell. TavlorsvU'e.
Ashland. Glen Allen and Elba.
9:50 P. MV Daily, except Sunday. from.
?Washington and points North. th?
"New York, and Florida .Special."
Makes no local stops and does not
stop at Elba.
(Daily. excapt Sunday.)
T-00 A. i>? Leaves Elba for Quantlco.
'.?00 P- Al. Leaves Byrd-Street Statlon
G-30 P. XVi. Leaves Elba for Ashland.
6.-40 A. M. Arrives E'ba from Ashland.
8-20 A. M. Arrives 3yrd-Street street
*S*CG P. a. Arrives Elba from Ashland.
W. P. TAYLOR.
E. T. D. MTERS.
Atlantic _0past Line
SCHEDULE IN U-'WiCT JAN. 14. l'JOO.
TRAINS LEAVE bTcUMOND?BYRD
0:00 A. M. Daiiy. Arrives potersfrirg9:31
A. M.. Norfoik LV.21 A. M Stops
on ly at Petersburg. Waverly and
0:05 A. M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg l>':50
A. M., Weldon 11:13 A. Al.. Fayette
vUle 4:15 F. AL. Charleston l?**"t* P.
AL. Savannah l:I:_i> A. Al.. j'cckson
ette 7:00 A. M.. Fort Ta-iipa. ?*-*."* P.
il. Connects at Wilson v. .":_ No.
47. arriving Goldsboro _:ll* P- M..
Wiimlnsion (-:45 P. M. Pullman
Sleeper New Tork to Jacksonville.
U:30 A. M. Daiiy excep. Sunday. Arrives
Petersburg 1-4:00 P. M. Stops Man?
chester, 'jrewry's Bluff. Centrana.
and <L.*hes**sr on signai.
3:33 P. M. Daily. ...r-rives Petersburg -1:13
P. M. Makes all stobi*.
5:30 P. M. Daiiy exuepl Sunday. Arrives
Petersburg 1>:1_> i.'. Jd-. Weldon X:W
P. M.. aud Rocfcy Mouat O.'.O V. M.
Makes all lntsfrmedlatn stops.
6:-3 P- AL Daiiy. Atrives Fftersburs T^t
. P. IL Cornects ?uh N. und W. tor
Norfolk anu inte;*me.l!ate poinis.
Emporia 0:10 (connects wi.h A. aml
.D. for statlon? between Einporia an.l
Lawrencevilie.). Weldon s?:..S P. Al.,
Fay.ttevilie 12*18 A. AL, Charleston
P;Oli A. MV. Savannan 7:'M A. M..
Jacksonville '1:30 A. AL. For: Tampa.
?.-w> p. m; _. _.
NEW LINE TO ItlDDLE GEOR?
GIA C-OINTS.?Arriv ng Augus?
ta S:IO A. lt. Macon 11 A. MV, At
'-infa 12it"J P. M. "r'ubmaii Sleepers
New York to Wilmington; t'hace*.
ten. Fonl 'tamya. Miami. Jacicson
vilie, jJlugrista aml Macon.
1 OO P. M. Daily Arnva pcuisburs',):J0
P M Weldon 11:20 P. AL MakeJ
local stops between petersburg aud
Weldon. Arrives Lynchourg -j:li? A.
M Roanoke. Va.. 4.-10 A. M.. Bris?
tol Va.. 10:40 A. >t Connects at
Emporia for Danvllle. Va.. arriving
6-35 A M. Pullman Sleeper Rich?
mond to Lynchburg.
10-00 P. M.. Da-iy. except S-unday. New
York and Florida Special. Arrives
Charleston 7:-n> A. M.. Savannah
<>-ol A- AL. Jacksouviue l:iiu P. St.
St Augustine 2:*VO P. AL, Tampa U:;to
10:45 P- AL Daily. Arrive Peter-nburg
TRAINS" ARRIVE RICHMOND.
rt-vx A M Daily. From Jacksonville, So
"-annan, Cbarles.on. AManxa. Ma?
con \ugusta. and all points Soutrc
?T-ir; A M Daily, except Monday. From
**~ SL ..ugustlne. J:*ckaonv.lle, Savan?
nah "and Charleston. ? ?
<t-15 A At. Daily excepc Sunday. From
AUanta. Athens ar.d Raleijfh, Hen?
derson. Lynchburg wd tne West
8:3T A. ?L Dally er.ceDt Sunday. Feters
a^in A^^t ?ouniiay only. From Atlanta.
athens. Ralelsh. and Henderson.
Lvnchburg and the West.
11*10 a- AL. Daily except Sunday. Frora
Goldsboro and imermediato stations.
Norfolk and Suffolk. ~?,,niu.
11-05 A. M. Sunday only. From Nocfolk.
".* Suffolk and Petersburg.
1:35 P. M. Daiiy except sunday. From
l-?\ P M Daiiy. From Miami, Por^
Tampa, Jacksonville. Savannah.
Charleston. Wilmington, Goldsboro.
and all points South.
B-53 P M Dally. From Norfolk. Su?.?
folk and Petersburg. iv-_*rfc-; '
S-fiSP. M. Dally. _?">*"** Petersburg.
J B. KBNLY. Traffic Manager.
H. M. EMERSON.
General Fassensrer Agent
ue CS. a CAMPBELL.
DIvIston passenger AxeiC
I.EAVE RICHMOND (DAILY), BYRD
STREET STATION. ____ __
_ 00 A. M RICHMOND AND NORFOUC
' VESTIBULE LIMITED. Arrive at
?S.f,V.VT -i-Sj A. M- Stops only at
PeK?bur#. Waverly and Surfolk
Second-class Ucketa not accepted oa
? <?^%\raiTHE CHICAGO EXPRESS.
f~2 i vnchburg. Roanoke, Columbus
and Chicago. Pullman Sleeper Roa
?Sto t? Columbus; also for Bristol.
?r^*vlUe and Chattanooga. Pull
n.an s^eep? Koanoke.to-KnoxvUIe
-i.*a t?M for SuHolk. Norfolk. and In?
termediate stations. arrive* at Nor?
folk at 10:40 P. M
-.^Sa? for Lynchburg and Roanoke.
?*W<5nnecta at Lynchburg with Wash
tosrtoa and Chattanooga Llmited.
?Pullman Sleepers Lynchburg to Mem
Bhis and New Orleans. Cafe, parlor
and observation ? car Radford to
Attr_lla. Ala. Fulunaa; sleeper be?
tween Richmond and Lynchburg. and
berths ready tor occupaney at 8-30;
P M. Also. Pullman sleeper Peters?
burg andl Roanoke.
Trains arrive Richmond from Lynch
buVgrSd the West dally ae ?:13? A. At.
=tfA%st> P MV. ftom Norfolk and ths East
S*tl_f'0& Al^M.. and VESTIBULED LD*.
ITEO T:00 P..M.
OtHcs: 838 Maiastreet^ WAOOTfc
Cttjr Pass. and Ticket Agent.
CV H. BOaLBY.
Distriet Passenser A=;enc
W. B. BEVtlX.
General Passenger Agsnt