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Brittle Hair and all Scalp
Troubles, such as Itching, Eczema,
Eruptions, etc. Purely Vegetable,
harmless and reliable.
iwn after all other remedies have failed.
or money refunded,
A NEW YORKER WRITES:
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?Olction of many yrars' traodine? The onr? i? r?
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For Sale by all Druggists and Barbers. '
Treatise on Hair and Scalp Troublei?
free on request.
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FOR SALE BY
OWENS & MINOR DRUG CO.. 1007 Main
Street; TWIN CITY DRUGSTORE, Seventh
and Main Streets. PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE,
3900 Wiltlamsburq Avenue.
Citizens Will Gather to Do Honor to
AN INTERESTING PROGRAMME
?.11 the Military Companies, Memorial
Societies and Veterans "Will At?
tend?Those Who Will
Act as Aides.
Tho annual celebration of the Oakwood
Memorial Association and the Junior
auxiliary will be '.held to-day with the
usual inspiring- and appropriate ceremonies.
?Coining has been left undone to add to
the beauty and impressiveness o? the occa?
sion, and the programme which has been
arranged does them ample credit.
?Eev. ?. ?. ? Kippan will offer
the opening prayer, and Rev. R, H. Ben?
nett tv-ill pionounce the benediction.
Attorney-General A. J. Montague is ora?
tor ior the day. Mr. John T. Hughes,
who has so faithfully served the associa?
tion in past years, will again be chief
marshal, with Mr. W, H. Ehervin as
chief of staff, and Mr. Henry. Christian
will form the line -of carriages. The
procession will start promptly at 4:30
o'clock, from St. John's church. Mr.
James C. Harwood "will act as master of
ceremonies, and Captain Cunningham
O?as charge of the music, having drilled
SL ?Tine chorus for the occasion.
All the military companies of the city,
the Confederate memorial associations,
?bee and Pickett camps and their auxil?
iaries, veterans from "the Soldiers' Home
end the Sons of Veterans will be present.
Governor Tyler and staff have also been
The public In general Is invited, not only
<to come, but to como bearing in hand'
come token of flower or evergreen, to lay
B.t the foot of the graceful monument
erected in memory of the gallant l?Ou?
?soldiers from the thirteen States.
SELECTED THE AIDES.
The aides to the chief marsnal have
Jfcieen selected as follows:
"W. A. K?rting, D. E. Taylor, Thomas J.
IWood. J. T. W. Curtis, J. F. Flourney, R.
?H. Harwood, F. H. Garber, Samuel P.
Flournoy, John CF. Fiourooy, George W.
Taylor, Dr. Ralph Clements, Captain W.
G. Harvey, John Reed, Urico Steward,
L. F. Picot, Judge E. C. Minor, John
Xi. Talley, R. A. Cavedo, Rolf E. Glover,
C. E. Richardson, A B. Curd. H. T.
Christian, J. W. Sinton, J. H Lawder,
Joseph E. Sorg. Wirt E. Taylor. John E.
Epps, H. Claiborno Epps, Charles C
Reed. W. H. Curtis, John A Curtis, J.
T. Anderson, Jr., Reuben Jacobs, Charles
H. Phillips, Charles I. Phillips, Julian
Bryant, R. Edgar Shine, R. Carter Scott,
C. H. Read, Hon. Samuel Stern, D. O'Sul
livan. J. L. Satterfield, Charles A Hetz
ger, W. H. Dean, W. T. King. John M.
?Clng, A, O. Burch, R. S. Brock, Jr., E.
H. Fergusson, John Mann, Jr., Marcellus
?Walsh, George C. Parker, J. S. Moore,
Jr., E. A. Saunders. Jr., J. D. Patton,
Monroe Levy, J. H. Redwood, J. D. Red?
wood. H. M. Tyler, C. W. Tyler, Edgar
B. White, Phil. Shea, J. A Black, Peter
T. Murphy, James Grady, Hon. John
Lamb, J. E. Phillips, W. O. Burley, H.
L?. Reese, G. I. Powell, L. M. Conway,
"W. A. Toler, Judge J. C. Lamb, James
R, Sheppard, George J. Hooper, Jr., Hen?
ry L. Carter, Samuel H. Cottrell, W.
E. Stokes, J. Harper Dcane, Simon Sycle,
5. A Steinbrecher, Nelson Powell, John
A. Gilman, Charles L. Brown, Charles O.
Saville, Harvey Savage. Captain E. J.
Bosher, R. S. Bosher. W. S. Wortham,
Thomas N. Curd, Elmore Redwood. Judge
George L. Christian, Colonel John Cus
Eons, R. L. Childress, Henry Kraker, Jo?
seph W. Thomas, George T. Dean, ?. M.
Batkins, A. N. Gill, Dr. Thomas Strai?
ten, Captain J. "W. Stratton, Captain J.
W. White. Phil. Tallafcrro, C. A. Raw
son, W. T. Smoot, Walter L. Christian.
John L. Ingersoll, R. S. Valentine, Alon?
so D. Blankcnship, James L. Botts, Phil.
J. Bagby. E. A. Caliln, J. B. Elam, W. L.
Hllllard. George Bannister, E. S. Rose,
Marshall Boyle, Thomas Snelling, E. C.
Folkes. N. Thomas Mosby. John Lamb.
Jr., Captain J. W. Lockwood, ?. S.
Lanier, G. Percy Hawes, H. S. Kawes,
Chris. Manning. Judge S. ?. Witt, John
W. Starke. A C. Maynard, A. W. May?
nard, Frank Blilcy, John Bliley. Chief W.
G. Puller, D. C. Richardson. E. C. Garri?
son, John B. "Welsh, Daniel Wcinburn,
C. J. Billups, L. T. Christian, "W. J. -Kim
brough. John E. Gilman, George T. King,
R. M. Pilcher, James E. Smith. S. S. P.
Tattcson, S. L. Kelley, Joseph Waller
stein, F. S. Valentine, H. L. Valentine.
E. P. Valentine, A J. Vaughan. Jr.. Jef?
ferson Wallace, Walter E. Mercer,
Charles E. Lefew, W. T. Woody, Spencer
Cornick. John F. Tolen, James T.
Disney, Robert B. Bowe, Stuart
Bowe, Dr. R. D. Garcin. Harnr Huber,
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nothing so quick to take effect as
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ALL LEADING OT\ JGGISTS
U. I'OYIUKLSS & CO., ?isiributing Agents
John H. Frischkorn. Robert Whittet,
Nelson Powell, James H. Hartley, Cap?
tain F. W. Cunningham, J. H. Nolde,
August Nolde, W. H. Taylor, Guy ?^
Cheny, Elmore Pate.
A pretty feature- of?the occasion will be
the musical exercises. The High School
chorus of eighty voices will sing, under the
direction of Prof. C. F. Mutter.
Mayor Taylor on Tuesday issued an order
directing all the city offices to be closed at
noon, in honor of Memorial Day.
ATTEMPTED TO WRECK A TRAIN.
Henry Warren is Acquitted of Charge
City ?nil Courts.
The Taylor-Boiling Company on yes?
terday afternoon instituted suit in the Law
and Equity Court against Charles Clinely,
doing business under the firm name of G.
W. Woodall & Co. The amount Involved
In the Hustings Court yesterday Henry
Warren, a young negro, was acquitted
o? the charge of attempting to wreck a
train on the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
way, by uncoupling a pin. He was rep?
resented by Mr. ?. M. Smith and Mr.
Julia Holmes, colored, on the charge of
assault, was dismissed by Judge Witt.
The case was not a strong one, and' it
was shown that the woman had been in
jail for six weeks.
A decree of divorce was granted, in the
Law and Equity Court to Mary E. Sledd
against Harry S'edd, on the grounds of
Judge Minor, in the Law and Equity
Court, expressed an opinion yesterday
morning in the suit of Carrie G,. Parsons
against the Richmond' Traction Company,
in which a verdict was recently rendered
for $1,500. The plaintiff sued for S10,<00
damages, for injuries sustained by being
run into by a car on Broad Street.
The company, through its counsel, made
a motion to set aside the verdict. This
motion was overruled' by Judge Minor,
and judgment will be entered in favor
of the plaintiff.
The defendant signified its intention of
appealing, and the case will be carried
to the Supreme Court of Appeals.
MISTAKE IN PRINT,
Col. Mann Sends Out Official Notice.
Colonel William Henry Mann, Clerk of
the House of Delegates and Keeper of
the Rolls, has sent out tho following
"I desire .to inform you that Chapter
10?3 of the advance sheets of',the Acts
of the General Assembly, entitled 'An
act to amend section 3C">2 of the Code of
Virginia, so as to provide that a house
hplder may waive the exemption made
in his favor by said section.' which
appears on page 1119, was erroneously
printed therein. The bill failed to
become a few, not having received the
Governor's signature. It will not be
published in the volume of the Acts of
the General Assembly."
Hon. George W. Settle was the patron
of this act.
The State Board of Medical Examiners
/will meet in Lynchburg on the 2Gth
instant to examine applicants for license
to practice medicine in this 'State. Many
of the graduates of the medical colleges
of this city will remain here several
days, and then go on to Lynchburg to
try the board.
Governor J. I-Toge Tyler and hi? staff
have accepted the invitation 'of Colonel
G. Percy 'Hawes, chairman of the Mili?
tary Committee of the Richmond Carnival,
to participate in the military parade.
The escort will be the cadets from the
Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
The local members of the Governor's
isitiff will Tide with him in carriages at
the Oakwood Memorial exercises to-day.
\ Many of the visitors to the city were at
the Capitol and Library' yesterday.
RHODES ON TRIAL TO-DAY.
Slayer of Frank Barnett Feels Con?
fident of Acquittal.
The trial of W. J. Rhodes, who is
charged! with the murder of Frank Bar?
nett, will begin in the Hustings Court
at 11 o'clock this morning.
Mr. ?. M. Smith will act as counsel
for the prisoner.
Rhodes says that he feels sure of a
short trial and acquittal. He daims that
he was justified in killing Barnett.
Rhodes claimed that undue intimacy
between hi? wife and Barnett was the
cause of the homicide.
The trial promises to attract a great
deal o~~ attention.
Tax on Experts to Hawaii.
The following notice has been received
at the Internal Revenue Office in this city:
To Collectors of Internal Revenue:
From and after June -i, 1S00, the follow?
ing articles manufactured or produced in
the United States, cannot be exported to
the territory of Hawaii in bond, without
the payment of tax, nor with the benefit
of drawbacks as heretofore, viz.: Distilled
Spirits, Stills and Worms, Tobacco,
Snuffs, C;gars, Cigarettes, Fermented
ILiquors, Playing-Cards, Oleomargarine,
Mixed Flour, Proprietary Articles, Medi?
cines, Bottled Wine and all other products
named in schedule B, of the War-Revenue
Act of June 13, 1S9S.
G. W. WILSON,
Plans for Labor Day.
A most enthusiastic meeting of the Cen?
tral Trade and Labor Council was held at
Eliett's Hall Tuesday night, and most
gratifying reports were heard from the
many labor organzatlons of the city.
Everywhere trade is in a most healthy
condition and the various unions are rapid?
ly increasing in membership.
Fve delegates were elected to the Vir?
ginia Federation of Labor, and a committee
was appointed to arrange, for the proper
entertaining of the delegates to the con?
Plans were discussed for the celebration
of Labor Day. -
Heavy Fin?is Imposed.
The case of John Seamster was called
at the County Court-House yesterday
'Squire Lewis heard the testimony and
lined the prisoner $10 and costs for assault?
ing Chainie May Lewis and a negro wo?
man named Ivey.
The case of James Ellis was continues
until the 21st.
Will Meet This Evening.
The Committee on Grounds and Build?
ings will meet this evening to
award tho contracts for improvements to ,
be made at the New Reservoir Park. City |
Engineer W. E. Cutshaw will submit es?
timates of the cost of the work. Con?
tracts for other work will also be j
There will be a called, meeting of th?
members of the AYestmoreland Club to?
night to consider changes in the constitu?
Supper will be served after the meeting.
Engine No. 3 was called to No. 611 East
Broad Street yesterday morning on a still
alarm. The cause of the alarm wss a lot
of smoke and sparks from a chimney at
Greentree's store. No damage was done.
Money and Gold Kins Gone.
Charles Jones, a young: negro, was taken
in charge of Officer Schlief, of the First
Station, yesterday, because he is said
to have stolen $13 and a gold ring from
to the limes f fflf falli]
Householders' attention is called to our very large stock of Furniture and Honsefurmshings
especially suitable for Summer use. Nowhere-else will you find such an extensive or complete line,
and our prices are the lowest, because we insist upon them always being so.
be arranged here to suit the purcaser without any additional cost.
Terms can always
Tri?t quality does not regulate prices
at this store is shown in this case:
? very handsome Parlor Table,
stror.^lv made, with under-shelf and
neatly finished. Yes, -worth more than
double. N?te the price.4!>c
A Chiffonniere that any house-pro?
vider must have. In construction,
quality, and finish It is well worth $6.
Note the 'Price.??4?.?>5
It's-"priceless comfort to be able to
come home after a hard day's work
and plunge down on a soft couch.
S "We've one here that $10 elsewhere
couldn't equal.. Handsomely upholster?
ed In corduroy, full tufted and fringed.
Note tho price.;.?7.75
j? What about a. Couch or Bed Lounge?
ga You'll sec every known style right
M at this store. Hero's one we draw
gj 'particular attention to. Fine velour
g? covering, soft, arid built on restful
? | lines. Note the price.$11.7;?
A Refrigerator, you must have. Then
let it be a good one. You d.in't run
any risk in this stock?they're aii per?
fect A heaty Hardwood Refrigerator
?clcanable and ice-saving; mineral
wood fining?best make in the world.
Xote the price..-.-?7.?"?0
| Cois, 88c.
I . _?
worth double. Now is your chance.
$40 wouldn't be a cent too much for
euch a handsome Golden-Oak Bed
Room Suit., artistically carved,,, swell?
ed front, large French-phi to mirror;
and superb finish. Note the
Here's an Extension Table that for
style and strength is the equal of any
double the many ones about town, six
?feet long, best finish. Note iti?
Now for a Parlor-Suit bargain.
Tasteful silk damask covering, highly
polished, mahogany finished, hand?
somely carved, worth 540 of any one's
money. Note the price..s^n.7."?
Tlvs week surprises are in order.
You'll think so when you once see this
Bed-Room Suit offer. Handsome oak,
golden finish, substantially built, ac?
tually a saving of 510 for every pur?
chaser. Note the extremely law
' batting Prico Cuts.
Just scan this I st of values and
judge how much greater we are in un?
j derselling. An immense, assortm-int?
1 select designs and close markings. A
? few of 'cm:
! Fancy Matting, per yard.~?
Heavy China Matting, per yard..
Extra-Heavy China Matting, per
Japanese Matting, per yard.
Fine Japanese Damask Matting,
We've a big surprise in store for you
in a Parlor-Suit offering. It means a
saving of no less than $6 or ST. It's
a prettily made suit, upholstered in
?fine tapestry and highly finished. Reg?
ular $o3 value. Note the bargain
?111 ?3?I1E i l?KT it
Ail I WEIT ili?i
>) '? LUiL,? [J ,
? I SUNDAY OUTINGS ? I
OLD POINT. NEWPORT NEWS,
OCEAN VIEW and NORFOLK.
$!.00 ROUND TRIP.
Two fast trains e\-ery Sunday with PAR?
LOR CARS as follows: The first train will
leave Richmond at S:30 A. -M. for Old
Point, Ocean Yiew and Norfolk via Wil
loughby Spit. This train will not stop at
Second train will leave Richmond at 9
A. M. for Newport News and Norfolk via
Chesapeake and Ohio steamer.
Tickets to Norfolk will be accepted on
the return trip either via Willoughby
Spit or via C. & O. steamer from Norfolk.
Returning via Willoughby ' Spit leave.
Norfolk (Ocean View Station) at fi P. M.:
leave Old T'oint S P. M.; arrive Richmond
10 P. M. Returning via Newport News,
leave Norfolk (C. & O. Wharf) at 7:15 P.
M.; leave Newport News 8:15 P. M. ; ar?
rive Richmond 10:30 P. M.
Girls and Boys, hustle for votes for
King of the Carnival and win the prize.
Go to Headquarters and register now.
Vote for the King of the Carnival.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY PRESBY?
In the United Stales, Atlanta, Ga
May 17-26, 19CO.
On acount of the above occasion the
Atlantic Coast Line announces a. rate
of one fare for the round trip, rate from
Richmond being $14.50. Tickets to be
sold May 15th, 16th and 17th, continuous
passage, with final limit May 29th.
For sleeping car accommodations and
further information call on,
Ticket Agent, Byrd'-Street Station.
C. S. CAMPBELL,
Division Passenger Agent,
83S East Main Street.
Who will be King of the Carnival? Vote.
Go to Reynolds & Eby. They have
what you want. 22 North Ninth. ?
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four bottles
of Electric Betters has cured Mrs
Brewer of scrofula, which had caused
her gveat suffering for years. Terrible
sores would break out on her head and
facet and the best doctors could give no
help; but her cure is complete and her
health excellent." This shows what
thousands have proved.?that Electric
Bitters is the best blood' purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy fcr eczema,
tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and run?
ning sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys
and bowels, expels poisons, helps diges?
tion builds up the strength. Only
50 cents. Sold by Owens & Miner Drug
Vote for the King of the Carnival.
LOW RATES NORTH AND WEST.
Before you travel North or West call
upon or address the undersigntd for low?
est rates via York River Line and Bal?
timore and Ohio Railroad (Royal Blue
Line). Superb steamer service to Balti?
more, connecting with the finest, fastest
and safest trains in the world. Leave
Richmond daily (except Sunday) from the
Southern Railway depot at 4:30 P. M.
Apply to C. W. Westbury, T. P. A
Southern Railway, 920 East Main Street;
Richmond Transfer Co.. 903 East Main
Street or Arthur G. Lewis, Southern
Passenger Agent B. and O. Railroad, Nor?
folk, Ya. _
Boom our Carnival. Vote for King.
Who will it be?_
REDUCED KATES R, F. & ? B. R
On account of Richmond Free Street
Fair and Carnival the Richmond, Ired
ericksburg and Potomac Railroad Com
nanv wil' sell tickets to Richmond and
return at rate of one fare for round-trip.
Tickets on sale May 12th to 19th, inclu
-?v- ?od to return until May 21, 1900. j
continuous passage in each direction. ?
For further information apply to agents
Richmond, Frederieksburg and Potomac
Sal road or W ?? TAYLOR.
1U Traffic Manager.
Who will be King of the Carnival? Vote.
The Southern Bell Telephone and Tele?
graph Company announces that tele?
phonic communication can be had over
its lines with Lynchburg, Va.; Danville,
Ya ? Roanoke, Va.: Wakekfield. Va.; Ap- |
nomattox, Va?: Farmville, Va.; Crewe, j
Va ? Saiem. Va.; Bedford City, Ya.; Reids- ?
vili?, N. C; Charlotte, N. C; Columbia,
For further particulars enquire at tho
Public Pay Stations and at Manager's
office. 1214 East Main Street.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND
. Boom our Carnival. Vote for Kiny.
-Who will It be? . ' '
SESSIONS OPEN |
lany Dentists Will Gather at the
ADDRESS BY DR. HODGtS
An Interesting Programme Has Been
Arranged and Addresses AVill
bo Made by Prominent
The fourth tri-union meeting of the Vir?
ginia State Dental Association, the District
or" Columbia Dental Society and the Mary?
land State Dental Association will be held
at the dental department of the University
?College of Medicine to-day, to-morrow and
?Saturday. An interesting and instructive
programme has been arranged, and there
will be many valuable papers read and in?
teresting clinics given by leading members
of the profession.
Efforts have been made to make this the
I best meeting yet held, and the committees
have been kept busily engaged arranging
io entertain the distinguished visitors.
Among those who will address the,
meeting during the three-days' session
j are: Dr. B. Holly Smith, of Baltimore
College of Dental Surgery, the oldest in?
stitution of its kind in the world; Dr. C.
D. Grieves, of the University College of
Maryland; and many others.
1 The address of welcome, which will be
delivered by Dr. J. Allison Hodges, will
be responded to by the Presidents of the
different State Societies. The meeting
will be opened with prayer by Rev. Isaac
M. Mercer, pastor of West View Baptist
This convention first met three years
ago at Old Point, the next year in Bal?
timore. At the session in Washington,
?where it was held last year, the Presi?
dent of the Virginia State Dental Asso?
ciation, in responding to the address of
welcome, stated that in regular rotation
the next convention should be held in
Virginia. He was taken at his sugges?
tion, and a few months later Dr. D. N.
Rust, chairman of the Executive Com?
mittee, announced the next convention
for Richmond. The object of the Asso?
ciation is to arom?te the interest of the
profession,? from a practical \;oinc espe?
cially, and to that end special attention is
paid to clinics and to the exhibitions of
various Dental Manufacturing Compa
RICHMOND WINS EASILY.
Mechanics AVill Meet, iii This City
The twentieth annual convention of the
?Junior United Order of American Me?
chanics' Funeral Association will be held
In this city next year. The association
met in Washington this year and finished
its work Tuesday afternoon.
A spirited contest was made over the
selection of place for the next annual con?
vention. Atlantic City and Jersey City,
N. J., Saratoga Springs and Brooklyn,
N. Y., and Richmond, Va., were nomi?
nated. Richmond was an easy winner
over all competitors, being selected on
the first ballot, with about a dozen votes
In Virginia, during the past two'or three
years, -wonderful progress has been made.
Of the 10,000 members of the Jr. U. O. A.
M., in this State, 9,334 are members of the
Funeral Benefit branch. '
The delegates from this city are much i
elated over their victory in capturing the ?
next place of meeting, and thus helping j
the growth of Richmond as a convention
city. ' j
Among those who attended from this |
city were E. T. Keeton, Past State Coun- 1
clllor; A. L. Bradley, National Represen- !
tative; R. E. Smith, State Representative:
Joseph Toomey, State Councillor of the
'Daughters of Liberty; J. C. W?ckert,
State Representative. State Councillor
Floyd A. Hudgins, of Xewport iSTews, and
State Vice-Councillor Robert E. Criddle,
of Swansboro, were also present.
The closing exercises of the Virginia ?
Night School of Technology will be held j
at the Young ?Men's Christian Association ,
I Hall to-night, beginning at S:30 o'clock;
| Rev. John J. Eafferty. D. D., will
; deliver the annual address. Colonel
C. P. ?. Burgwyn, the principal, will
1 present the prizes and diplomas.
i A meeting of the Riehmond Letter-Car
! Tiers' Association was held Tuesday nigat,
i and Messrs. J. D. Barnett and Thomas J.
: Wood were elected delegates to the.' Na
; tional Convention, which will be held in
Detroit, Mich., next September. Messrs.
Peter Burkbart and BL. Wiley Tyler were
i elected alternate?. ;_; , ?.. . : . J
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in Hardwoods, Cypress, Poplar, White
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bad teeth, foul breath, sore
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For further ???????$&?^
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SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL
TRAINS LlAVE RICHMOND. VA.
H;?O p. ?I., No. 11. Southern Express,
daily for Atlanta. Augusta. Jack?
sonville, and points South. S'.eeper
for Danville, urecnsboro, Salisbury,
and Charlotte, open at Richmond
i':."0 P. M. Stops for passengers at
locai stations. Connects at Danville
anc Charlotte with New York and
Florida Express (No. 33). carrying
through sleepers between New York
sr.d Tampa, with connections for all
Florida Doints. Also, connects at
Danvii.e and Charlotte with Wash?
ington and Southwestern Limited
(No. ,"7) carrying through sleepers
between New York and Nashville.
New York an 1 Memphis. N?w York
and New Orleans; also. Pullman
Tourist sleeper Mondays'. Wednes?
days and Fridays Washington to
San Francisco without change, with
connections for ali points in Texas.
Mexico and California.
?:01 P. M.. No. 7. sofia train cia?v for
Charlotte. N. C. connects at Mose
ley with Farmvilie and Powhatan
railroad. At K>ysY?Ie for Clarks
vllle. Oxford. Henderson and Dur?
ham, and at Greensboro for Dur?
ham. Raleigh and Winston-Salem:
at Danville with No. 35. United
States fast malL solid train, dally
for New Orleans and poinU South,
which carries sleepers New York
to New Orleans and New York to
Jacksonville, connecting tor Nassau
ana. i..,v.i!i,.i . inuu^huui siteper
Salisbury to Memphis. Buffet-Par?
lor car between Richmond and
S:00 P. M . No. 17 )ccat. daily except
Sunday, tor Keysvi?e and interme?
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
fi.T. t> ?t I ^roiu Atlanta. Augusta and
r ? a" ?,' f Ashevttle. and all points
6:00 A. M. J south.
SMJ A. M. From KeysvlHe and local
LOCAI, FREIGHT TRAINS.
Nos. til and 52, between Manchester
I YORK RIVER LINE via WEST POINT.
TIIE FAVORITE ROUTE NORTH.
4-30 P M., No. 16, Baltimore Limit?e.
daily * except Sundays, for West
Point and intermediate stations
makinp c'cse connection at West
Pomi with steamer for Baltimore.
?-3? P. M.. No. 10, local express, daily
except Sundays for West Point and
intermediate " stations. Connects
with stage at Lester Manor fcr
Waikcrton and Tappahannocfc: also,
at West Point with steamer for
Baltimore. Stops at all stations.
5 00 ?. M-, No. 71. tucai mixed. Leaves
daily except Sunday from Virginia
Street Station for West Pohl? and
intermediate stpMons. mnnectfng
with st.?.se at Lester Manor for
waikerton and Tappahannocfc.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN RICHMOND.
0i5 A. Mr, daily from West Paint, with
connection from Baltimore, except
10:45 A. Mi, except Sundays and Mon?
6-40 P. M?. daily, except Sunday, from
West Point and intermediate sta?
Steamers leave West Point daily,
except Sundays. 5:50 P. M.. arriv?
ine Baltimore S:00 ?. M : returning^
?rave Baltimore at 5 P, M., daily,
except Sundavs, arriving Richmond
G?:15 A. M.
Steamers call at Gloucester Point
and Almonds Wharf Tuesday?.
Thnrsdavs and Saturdays: York
town and Clay Bank Monday-,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
C. W. WE3TBURY,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
No. t>20 East Main Street,
J. M. GULP. W. ?. TURK.
Traffic Manag:r. Gen. Pass. Aptent.
F. S. GANNON.
Third Vice-Presidcnt and General Man?
ager. "Washington, D. C.
%feli^ & Ohio Ry. ?
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY G, 1000.
LEAVE BROAD-STREET STATION.
700 & M. Uailv local for Newport
News. Old Point ami Norfolk. Par?
lor car. _ ?, ., ",
0:00 A. M. Daily "Fast Lin- for New?
port News. Old Point. Norfolk and
Portsmouth. Parlor car. This tram
stops onlv at Williamsburg.
3:15 P. M. Daily local lor Newport
News, Old Point, ivorfolk and
Portsmouth. Pullman to Old Point.
10-?0 \ M Ex- Sunday. Local to Cllf
'" "ton* Forse. Connects lor Orange,
Calverton, Mariasses und Wash?
ington. , _.
1.1- ? yx Dally limited to Cincinnati.
"' l Louisville and St. Louis. Pullman
sleeping oar. Connects at Orange
with So Ry. north of Orange, and
connects for Va Hot Springs.
No 7 local train Ex. &an., fol?
lows above train-from Gordonsville
5:00 P. M. Doswell Accommodation, Ex.
1010 PUM- Daily F. F. V. to Cincinnati
' and Louisville. Pullnoan sh-cmng
car. Connects tor \ a. Hot Springs.
LEAVE EIGHTH-STREET STATION.
10-30 \ M. Daily for I.ynchburg. Lex?
ington and Clifton Forg?.?. < on
nects, ex<-<-ot Sunday, with Ruck
Ingham and Alberene Branches.
5-00 'P.?J!. Ex. Sunday, Columbia Ac?
TRAINS ARRIVE BROAD-STREET
S00 -\ M Ex- Sunday from Doswell.
R-30 ? M and 3:30 P. M. D*i!y from
" Cincinnati and Louisville.
11-0 v?i 7:10 C. M. and 10::;0 P. M.
'" bail??? from Norfolk and Old Point.
t?45 ? M. Ex. Sunday, from Clifton
TRAINS ARRIVE EIGHTH-STREET
?.-40 \ M Ex. Sunday, from Columbia.
??-0 P M Dalli' from f.ynchburg, Lt-x
ir?-'on and "'"?ifton F?rse. Ex. Sun?
day from New Castle and Rosne.v.
For detail information, connections.
etc aODly at Richmond Transfer Office,
OOS?East Main Street: C. and O. Pass.
Office, 800 East Main Street; Station
Ti.kpt Offnes, or address
Ticket uia jn.o D pOTTS ? G ? ?
fe?. Old Dominion
Daily Line for New York, the North
PASSENGERS can leave DAILY, ex?
cept Sunday, via C. ami O. at .'5:45 P. M.
oi? P- and P. and N. and W. railroads at
DA. M-, connecting at Norfolk with direct
steame-rs sailing ?ame day. 7:30 P. M.
Steerage pissengers can leave by aux?
iliary s'.eam-ar Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at 5 P. M., changing to main-line
ships at Norfolk.
FREIGHT for all northern, eastern and
foreign ports received and torwarded
daily, except Sunday.
FROM NEW YORK.
PASSENGERS can leave DAILY, ex
cept Sunday, irom company's pier. No.
?2? North River, at 3 P. ML, Saturday 4
F M , for Old Point Comfort and Nor?
folk, connecting with C. and O. and N.
and Vv* trains for Richmond.
FREIGHT received, and forwarded daily
Tickets on sale at Richmond Transfer
Company, 003 East Main Street; Jeffer?
son Hotel. C and O. and R. and P.
depots, Richmond. -Baggage checked
through to ali points.
After MAY 1st Saturday's sailing hour
from New York will be 3:00 P. M.
For further Information apply to
JOHN F. MAYER. Agent.
1212 .East Main Street, Richmond, Va,
General offices; ;S1 Beach Street, corner
West Street, N?w York. ?. ?.
J. J. BROWJT.
H. B. WALKER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Traffic Manager. _ I
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APRIL ?. I'JOU.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND?BYRD
8:00 A. M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg 3:31
A. M.. Norfolk 11:37 A. M. Stops
ouly ut Petersburg. Waverly and
?:?? ?. ?. Daily. Arrives Petersburg 0:50
A. M., Weldon 11:45 ?. .U.. Fayette
ville 4:15 P. M.. Cnarieston U:_> P.
M., Savannah 12:00 A. M.. ?tckson
ettc 7:00 ?. ??.. i ore Tampa. ?:_?> P.
M. Connects at Wilson svl'.L No.
4i, arriving Goldsboro 3:10 P. M..
Wilmington ti:4? P. M. Pullman
Sleeper New York to Jacksonville.
11:30 A. M_ Daiiy except Sunday. Arrliej?
Petersburg 12:05 P. \I. Stops Man?
chester. Drewry's Bluff, Centrali?
and Chester on signal
3:33 P. M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg 1:13
i*. M. Makes aii stop3.
5:30 P. M. Doily except Sunday. Arrives
Petersburg &?? f. ii.. Weldon S.M
P. M-. and Kocky Mount 5>:3? P. M.
Makes aii intermediate stops.
6:4S P. Ai. Daily. Arrive? Petersburg 7:21
P. M. Coi-nects with N. and W. for
Norfolk and intermediate pointa.
Emporia 9:10 (connects w:ih A. and
D. for stations between Emporta and
Lawrenceville), "Weldon s:.V3 P. M.,
Fayette ville 12:19 ?. M., Charleston
5:?4 ?. ?., Savannah 7:?4 ?. ?..
Jacksonville 11:50 ?. ??. Port Tampa
U:i5 P. M.
NEW LINE TO MIDDLE GEOP.
GIA POINTS.?Arri v. ng Augus?
ta >:.10 A. .\i., Macon 11 A. M.. At?
lanta 12:15 P. M. Pullman Sleeper?
New York to Wilmington. Charles?
ton, Port Tampa, Jacksonville, Au?
gusta ami Macon.
?:00 ?'. M. Dally. Arrives Petersburg 0:3f
P. M-, Weldon il:'A) P. M. Maku
local stops between Petersburg and
Weldon. Arrives Lynchourg 2:23 ?.
M.. Koanoke. Va.. 4.?0 A. 54., tiris
to?. Va.. 10:*0 A. M. Connecta at
Emporia for Daiiviut. Va., arrivimi
5:35 A. M. Pullman Sleeper Etch
mond to Lynchburg.
10:45 P. M. Daily. Arrive Petersburg
11:3? A. M
TP.AINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
3:23 A. M. Daliy. > rom Jacksonville. Sa?
vannah. Charleston. Atlanta.? .Ma?
con Augusta and all noints Soutn.
S-15 A. M? Daily except Sunday. Prom
Atlanta. Athens and Raleigh. Hen?
derson. Lynchbur? and the West.
S:37 A. M. Daily ex'.ept Sunday. Peters?
S-00 A. M. ouniay only. Fron: Atonta,
Athens. Raleigh, and Henderson,
?.yp.chburr: and the West.
11:10 A? M. Daily except Sunday. From
Goldsboro and Intermediato stations,
Norfolk and Sul?cis..
JJ.-05 A. M. Sunday only. Brom Norfolk.
Suffolk and Potereburt.
1:35 P. M. Daily except Sunday. From
7:25 P. M. Daiiy. From Miami. Pori
Tampa, Jacksonville?, Savannah,
Charleston. Wilmington, Goldsboro,
ami all points South.
6:55 P. M. Daily. From Norfolk, Suf?
folk and Petersburg.
8:5C P. M. Dally. From Petersburg.
Lynchbu.?- r.r.d We;:.
T. M. EMERSON.
J. R. KENLY. TraiTic Manager.
H. M. EMERSON. i
General l'as^enrer Agent.
C. S. CAMPBELL. '
Qivfston Par^enier Asei?l
Richmond, Fie?encksinirg ano
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APRIL 13?
i.i^AV'1?. Lnai-on?.c.?? axj?XiON.
points .\ui iu. o^ui-r u? . ..- .xiiltvl'd
??>:?.. Freuerict?ourg. t'uitraan,sieeg
crs to ??\? loi ?.
S:2l> A. M iuiua.. only? toi vuiin:isvun
_.i. pouiis ?>u.i_ ?Lojs at iulba.
uieii Aueu, i_i>:and, Xaylorsvllle.
DOS Wet-, ?.ut..?: uieil, P-??iOia. Mli
t'H'.i. u ?>?.:?. i:?-. ??..,-.?. ?-u,nM?it,
Frederi k... ?._ :.: ? :. .?. ana Wide
wM-r. ?- :.i-.-^, car.
S:45 A. M. Dally, except S irvl.tv. for
Waahhi&,ioo __u points North. Stops
at Elba. C1l::? Al ,.:;?. Yuy
lorsville, Uoawel?. Kn'hcr Glen. Pe?
n?la. Miitoi'il. WaousUuie, Guinea,
Summit. Fre-ier?cksbnrs, Br^ok?
and Wtdewater- Pullman car.
12:00 M. Daily, ? scept - uncay, ?or Wash?
ington and points North. Staos at
Elba. Glen Ail?:;. ? stilanti. Doswell.
Mill???d ?':?'! Fredericltsburs'. Parlor
car. Connects with fon^resslonal
Limited at Washington.
7:4." P. M. Dally, for \Va.-:;:njton ami
.?-oints North. Stona .?-?- Elba. Aso?
lami. Doswett. Mth'ord, Fredericka
?fcarg. Brooki? and W?tlewater. Srups
i?t other stations Sundays. Sleeper
f?chmond to New V ??'-: -Sleeper
Was?:irir-ron :o Phl?nde?nhia
ARRIVE BYItn.Sl'ItEET STATION.
S:4u A. it ViL.j. h..??, - ? Wmnwansr,
Brooke. 1? redericKsour^, Milioni.
U'js'ncn, domiaua. aaa ciba. uu>pa
M othei ?tatioiiS Sui jays. Sleeye;?
New Y'ork to Etiche -..!.
3:00 P. M- Doiiy. *-:?. ^ Sunday, ??opa
at Fredericksl'ur:,. Slitford. Daj.*reil,
Ashiand. Glen A*ten and Elua. Par?
lor car from Was!.lauten.
??? ? M. Daily, bi.?^ onts at Fred
erlcksburg Doswe??. Asnland and
Elba. Pullman curs trom New York.
b:tO P. it. Daily. ?Stops at Wi??tvaftM\
Hroolt?. Kredfrtr-ksburfT. Sum mit.
Guinea. W'oodslane. Mi : ?:? V t'anela.
Ruther Hier:, Doswell, Taylortrvll?e,
Ash'rind. Glen Allen and Elha.
?*>aJ?y. excent Sandar'
7:12 A. M. Leaves Elba for Quantico.
4:0n P. M? Leaves Byrd street fetation
C ?0 P. M. Leaves Elba for Ashiand.
??.,? a ?*. Arri???? Riha frnrn \?i.l?,.,.?).
8:25 A. M. Arrives Pyr<?-P'r? et Station
6:C5 P. LU Arrives Elba from A?hjand.
E. T. D. 5TYKRS
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. :,. I^?9.
LEAVES BYRD-ST?CEET STATIO?t
9:05 A. M. inlllv
9:00 P. IVI. G^a!|?
l'or lieudc;jou (active Lariiam da.ly, ex?
cept Sunua},, RaieigU. sanford, Southern
Pme^. Wltmingttiri, Wadesooro, .vi'.-:vro?f,
Charlotte. Lincolulon. anelo: . tlathar
i'ordtou, Chester. Clinton, tjteenwoott, ??
bevilte, Lioeito.i. Athens, ... I'I.aN'?'A,
Augusta, Macon. Mtm?gumery, .New Or?
leans. Pensacola. Jacksonville, Texas,
Mexico, California and the West via.
Memphis or New Orleans.
Train leaving at tt.w r. ?. ?':?- throiisrh
solid to Atlanta without change or car?*
Sleener ready for occupancy a: ?;4<i p. f*\
TKAlNo AlCRIVE RICHMOND.
S:l? A. M. Daily, except Sunday tsunday
S:ou A 01.)
7:20 P. M. Daly.
For tickets, bass-ye cnecks, siaeping
car reservaiion, etc.. apply to
?. ?. ??????.
836 east Main street.
E. ST. JOHN. Vice-president and Gen?
V. E McBEE. General Sup?r;ntendmt
H. W. B. GLOVER, Traffic Manager.
L S. ALLEN.
Genera! Passenger A?:ent.
_________ Sr-baduki is F__*
MJV'i_B_; ??, i?i?.
r_?VE KiCiiMONO ihAlLV), B?RD.
^^ STREET STATION.
900 A. M.. RiCHilO.NU A.ND NORFOLiC
VESTIBULE LIMITED. Arrive at
Norfolk 11?5 A. M. Stops only at
Petersburg. Waverly and Suffolk.
Second-clasa tickets not accepted on
905 ?. M-. THE CHICAGO EXPRESS,
for Lynchburg, Roanoke, Cohunbns
and Chicago. Pullman sieepor Koa
iioke to Columbus; also for BnsCel,
Knoxviile and Chattanuoga. Pud
man sleeper Koanoke to lCuc.\vil>.
6'4S ?? M-. tor Suffolk. Norfolk, and :n
" termediate stations, arrives at Nor?
folk at 10:40 P. M.
9-00 ? M-. ?or Lynchburg an? Re*no5s.
Connects at Dyachburg with Wash?
ington and Chattanooga Limited
Pullman Sleepers Lynchburg ?o Mem?
phis and New Orleans. Cafe, parlor
_id observation ctr Kadiord xo
Attalla, Aia. Pullman si?-5?r be?
tween Richmond and _i~cttburtr. aud
berths ready tor ocoupaacy a: S.^o
P. M. Also, ^..iniaa steeper Peters?
burg and Kuanoke.
Traina aritve Richmond from Ly.icb
bun?- and the West daily a: ?:l? A. M.
*-i? 8 5C P. M-. iron? Norfolk and :h? Eas?;
at 11:05 A. M-. and VESTIBULED LIM?
ITED 7:0O P. M.
Office: S3S Main street.
Wn JNO. E. WAGNER.
City Pass, and Tic?iet Agent.
C. H. BosiJhr.
District Pmag?_fg Aaeat,
w. a. Mrnrrxju ?