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REV. DR. JAMES R. GRAHAM.
REV. JAS. R. GRAHAM
PASTOR FIFTY YEARS.
J'Ji. semi-centennial is an anniversary
that does ?ot often occur. l'm> years,
Jt is true, is not a very long penoq of
time, aiid fifty years of sccuiar service
even of continuous ser\ ice in on< piaoo?
ls not an experienoe with wh?cb many ai\>
Xamiitar. But that period ot cmUnujus
eerviee in the mimsta-y of a sir.gic church
ls a very iar<; occurrence.''
These wero among lhe opening words of.
Eev. Dr. James H. Graham s .--? ::. on >i<
Uverefi Sunday morning-. Oetober 13th, at
the Prchbytenaii Church in Winchester,
at the services in commemoration of the
fi^ticth unnl\ers;ary of his ordlnatlon as a
minister of the Prcsbyterian Church.
Among other things, Dr. Gmham said:
"The history of our presbytery furnisl -
cs no other instance of il. 'i'i:- :? '
our great Synod afford but a Eingli s m
plc; or. at most, but two. And of 100,000
mlnlsters that have served the Presbyte-:
rian Cnurch in its various branches in
our ctuntry. it is probable Ihat noi more
than a score or two can bc named that
navc sirved one church ccntinubusly for
half a century."
Dr. Graham gave an intensely Interest?
ing review of the harmony that had. al?
ways prevailed, and said ihat but one
member had asked lo be distnissed to an?
other churcli. Of more than seventy-flve
i'amilies' compo.sing the cohgregationi as
he found it. all but eleven; have dlsappear?
ed, and only two reside Ih the houses they
cccupied half a century ag?-.
The Pr^sbyterian Church on tbat occa?
sion was crowded. and scores cf p.-opl-i
were unablo to gain ndinil.tance. Ev^ry
bodv in Winchester was desiroas of doing
honor to one so -universallv loved but
only a portion cou'd gaJn auir.ittan??.
The mlnifrters of other denominations
made addrosfes in behalf of tlieir congre
patlons. and Mayor R. T. Bnrtnn spoke in
behalf of the city of Winchester.
i ;. - vencrable minister rcsponded in
brief terms aud wss visibly aflV.-ted.
j >r. >.....:^... w_- v_u ..i ,.??>? -.?-mery,
N. V., was graduated irom Union College,
Aew }< .... iri J .?.-?; gx-*uu-uo.?.cU *..i_?i
I : ion rheological Seminary in 1850;
Uccrised by Huusor. Presbytery, and at
... me to \ irglriia, where he has since
A. On October 13. 1S51, he was or
by tlio Winchester ?Presbytery";
? cted its stated clerk in April, 1S53,
?? thi po; . i -.i yet: and was modera
tor ol the G< neral jisseinbly at Nashville,
Hc has v,Mi.-_.:d and takon part in the
division of Lhe Winchester Presbytery, by
the .blue. Ridge Mountains, in 1854; tiie
d? vision of ihe Presbyterian .tyiirch;
. n a.nd southern, in IStil; the re
nion of thc old and new school presby
teries of V. inchester, -in li-'w, and the
union of Loudoun-Street and Kent-Street
-.--. ln l_09. Of the flfteen members
... IVinctester Presbytery, in 1S51, he is
: r. Graham married Miss Fannie Bland
who was a member of one of Vir
ginia'i most prominent families. She was
near i f the great and powerful
nt, John Randolph Tucker,
. ? not.'ii ?::.- ag i i:i the bright hopes
of a giorious immortalfty.
Dr. ?'. il im has three sons in tho min
Istrv. Ti;- -.- are; R< vs. Alfred, Tucker
and'-i tmes R. Grahain, Ir. Randolph Gra
ln;:i ls .-? pr minent young physiei nn. ard
Miss Evy Grahani, an accompiishSd young
': . lives with her honored father in tha
. : _ -??:??>?. in North Braddock
Sb - wh re "Stcnewall" .Tai.ckson used
? ? Ir : ? bh hours with his preach?
er nd when not piirsuing the enemy.
? .:--! although nearly e'ghty
, ; ia still an active man ar.d en
,vs good h Ith 1. wi !1 as lb-- cwn . .->nc3
of im amei Lble friends. HOOVER.
A Great Demand Upon Growers jor
OPENING OT HUNTING SEASON,
The Game Lawa Are Stricily Enforced
and the Sport h Qood?boys Fioed
Ior Loitcriag Aiound a
(Special Difipatcli to Ihe Times.)
VONCrtl^STEK, \.\., OctOhaT 13.
thiriy-second annual fair oi lh< Sb
-6oah Viuiey Agncultural Society,
begins ou Tuesday. tne --?; ?-:
looKtd forward i? wiih < ?'?
interest by tbie people of thls .
?Spv.C. ' '5 O-' l&S '-!- ; '" "
esam..--..1'!! 61 thu socieij S wpOKS :
moath. Every day big consignments
are Bhlpped away, only to be Shipped
back again at higher prices later in lhe
year. Many y&u: ?; - - r.rCs have men
planted by tlie farmers, who bftlieve ;!i<;>'
ls aific money ln Iruii '-'?? _ - wheat.
1*\, prospects ln ih.s section centerlng
?ureund Winchester. whlph ls headQiiai
ters for many northern -? i, are
good lor an abundanoe ot quail, pheas
b.iiti and other Bnia? game this year.
Tlie season opens on Novemfcer lst. The
good Siate laws, and, more Important
eiill. their strict eoforceinent, have beon
primv tactors ia bringlni many lii.?
?I'sd hunters io this vicinity. As a rule,
they are men who spend their money
troely on such trlps and wht> appreciate
thla famous Virginia hospltalliy.
Proltssor A. B. Warwlck. M. A, pres?
ident of the Valley F.-mak College has
hstd murh trouble with young men tolt
e:lng around the college building at
v.isrht. Hr mado complahn to the police
tae several boys were umisttd and lined
?i'he rcikije has been guardvd for sev
?ral wights past and the police are on
Che lOokont tor more young men iurking
ijj the vicinity.
A rrsuriHge wlth a tiuire ol romance
t t.-.cl .- t;> it was Bolemnized at Berry- j
?v .:lc ?. f< v,r days .tj;.?. when ljcwii< Small- j
\. ,.i cl a::d Miss Muggie Stickles Jolued [
ttcarta aml hands. The young Than wa* ?
recently injured by falling trom a horse j
t'-.d Miss Sticklfia acted as nurse during ??
hJs illnesB, They ?opn gr<?w to love -
t-aeh other, and aa ?oon as he recovered j'
* -:t,a_f';JaM. ilo time ill iiwitie ih* oaremony
performed by Rev. A. N. Mundiay, of
?? oiethodist Eplscopal Church.
:' the most liiiiicult drcum'stances
I altlmore and Ohio Railroad has had
tp contend with during the past two
s ls a shortage of passenger and
freight brakemen. Frequently staUon
been pressed in service as
lUgh arbitration. thc $2.?00 bond giv.
n I Baitimore and Ohio Railroad pas
conductors hus been reduced.to
Tho United States Fish Commission 1'.'
. i. the small tributaric-s to the
Shenandoah river with thousands of
small black bas-. f
Many transactions In real estate are
ng made this fall, and tlie property
as a rule, is bringing good prices.
Mr. Harry li. Baker, president of the
,. de grocery lirm of Baker <_ Com
pany, 6f Winchester, sustained injuries
to his left shoulder at Front Royal while
...;.: :,- several ladies in enterlng a
r.arriage. The horse started and IMr.
Baker was caught between the wheels
and thrown down.
Mrs, Wm'. Byrd and family have gone
to Alexandria, where they wiil reside in
Congressman Hay made many new
? ? - is while campaigrting here this week.
li.- wm? assisted by Hon. E. C. Jordan
at tho Democratic meetings.
^Appoiatments for SpeskiGg.
Headquarters Democratic State
CoiiijiuLi.ce, xi.oo._l 42,
Chanioer ol Commerce liuuumg,
Richnionu, v a
A. J. MONTA . . _.
Rockingham Court, uc^pw' -lst.
New MaiKot, October liist, (night;)
Fannvme, uctober _Jd.
j-. ..-iv:, October 2?n (night.)
Marion, October _>th.
Wythevllle, october 25th" (night.)
Abinguon, October 28th.
Moh ?.gomery court, october 29th.
Radford, October 29th (night.)
JoSEPld E. WILLARD.
Bedford Ccurt, October 21st.
Lyuchi urg-, October 21st (night.)
idi . .-. county, October -3d.
Ri inoke, October ?6th (night.)
1 !? .>:..>: ( :.;?., I Ictober 2Sth.
H_ ..*.._ Court; October 2iith.
Isle of Wight, Novunber 4th.
UULUlAM A. A. DKKSON.
Jonesville, Lee county, October 21st.
Bristol. October 22d (night).
Roanoke City, October 23d (night).
Fredericksburg, October 25th (night).
Staunton. October 2Sth.
Lexington, November 4th.
H. D. l'LOOD.
Amherst Court, October 21st.
Fork L'nion, October 26th, at 3 o'clock.
Fauquier Court, October 2s>th.
:>..-.na vistn. Octooer ai*i.
Bott tourt, Eagle Rock, November lst.
Buchanan, Botetourt county, November
PETER J. OTEY. .
Roanoke Court (Salem). October 21st.
tiidt'ord Court. October 2Sth.
Montgomery Court. October 29tb.
Blacksburg. October 30th. at 4:30 o'clock.
CLAUDE A. SWANSON.
Amherst Court, October 21st.
Hallfax Court. October 28th.
Oo<->ch!<in.l Court,' October 21st.
Kmg William Court, October 22d.
Rockingham Court, October 21st,
. rldgewater, October 22d. .
T unberville. ctober 2Zd.-.,.._
iElktaa. Oeto!>er 2ith. i:
Page Court, Oetober 2Sth. *
Barryvillo, Oetober 29th.
Albemarle Govrt, November 4th.
JOHN F. RIXEY.
Fainf-ax Court, Oetober 21st.
Oranye,C*?1, Ootober 2Sth.
p. Bt. LASSITER.
aiecJdenbUM: Court, Oetober 21st.
Amelia Ootfrt, Ootober' 24th.
Brunswick Court, Octcber 28th.
WIJJ.JAM F. RHEA.
Bland Court, Oetober 29th.
\V. A. JONES.
Mecklenherg Court, Oetober 21st
S. lt. K.BLLEY.
Southampton Court, Oetober 21st
Surry Court, Oetober 22d.
Middlesex Court. Oetober 23d.
EPPA HUNTON, JR.
Richmond City, Oetober 23d (night)
Prince William, November 4th.
AVM. P. BARKSOALE.
Buena Vista, Oetober 19th (night.)
Dinwiddie Court, Oetober 21st
Madison Court, Oetober 24th.
J. B. RICHMOND.
Buchanan Court Oetober 29th.
Sand Lick, Oetober 30th.
Clintwood, Oetober 31st.
Stratton, November 2d.
R. G. SOUTHALL,.
Farmville, Oetober 21st.
AV. B. R1CHARDS.
Culpeper, Oetober 21st.
Orange Court. Oetober 2Sth.
GEO. AVAYNE ANDERSON:
Fairfax Court, Oetober 21st.
JAMES W. MARSHALL.
Rockingham Court, Oetober 21st
Fauquier Ccurt. Oetober 28th.
Smyth (Marion), Oetober 21st
Yoiktown, Octobei 21st.
MARSHALL R. PETERSON.
Fairfax" Court, Oetober 2lst
GK.rU.iAAl CL,/!. 1 i. OR.
Salem, Roanoke Court, Oetober 21st
Tazewell Court, Oetober 2id.
Gconhlanu Court, Oetober 21st.
Iving AVilliam Court. Oetober 22d.
JAMES G. FIELD.
Cuipeper Court, Oetober 21st
Mauison Court. Oetober 24th.
? I. XV. EASON.
Salem, Roanoke county,. Oetober 21st
E. BEVERLY SLATER.
James Ciiy, November 2d.
R. TATE IRViNE: - *
Lee" Court, Oetober 21st.
?Vise Ccurt, Oetober 2Sth.
GEORGE W. MILES.
Smyth, (Marion), Oetober 21st.
J. BOJfD SiiAKS.
Essex Cc urt, Oetober 21st.
Middlesex Court, Oetober 23d.
S. AAr. AVILLIAMS.
Carroll Court, Oetober 21st.
Patrick Court, Oetober 29th.
Martinsville, Oetober 30th (night.)
Mt Airv, Oetober 19th, at 1:30 P. M.
Morgan's Mill, Oetober 2Sth, at 1:30 P. M
Ru-'sell's, Oetober 21st, 7:30 P. M.
Lircsay's Store, Oetober 23d, at 1:30 P.
Ga.vlord. Oetober 24th at 7:30 P. M.
AVadesville, Oetober 30th, at 7:30 P. M.
G. E. CASSEI.L.
Roanoke Court (Salem), Oetober 21st.
Eedford Court. Oetober 2Sth.
P. H. D1LLARD.
Fatrick Court, Oetober 29th.
H. G. BUCHANAN.
Madison, Amherst county, November
C. J. CAMPBELL.
Amherst Court, Oetober 21st.
Uowesville. Oetober 25th, at 3 o'clock.
Massie's Mills, Oetober- 25th. at 3 P. M
J. TAA'LOR ELLYSON*.
J. G. Hankins. Secretary.
CHARL S E MIL E'3. AND E IS COUNTRY HOME.
HOME OF 100 YEARS
WITHOUT A MISTRESS
Delegate Miller, of Pittsylvania, President of
Bachelor's Club, Lives on Fine Estate
That Has Unique History.
Captain Charles E. Miller, member of
the Constitutional Convention from the
county of Pittsylvania, enjoys the dis
tinetion, if such it be, of being the most
contirmed old baclielor iu tliis State. He
is not only a bachelor in his own name,
but by aneestral right and comes of a
familv ^hat for hundreds of years has
not been without a bachelor member.
ln recogAition of this fact he was unani?
mously chosen president of the bachelors
club of the convention. an honor of
which he is justly proud.
Captain Miller is a unique character,
and he lives in spiendid style on his
handsome estate in the backwoods of
Pittsylvania county, flfteen miles from
the railroad and in a thinly populated
community. This estate was an origi?
nal royal grant from George III. to one
of Captain MlUer's collateral ancestors
and has never been out of the famlly's
possession. There ls a handsome man?
sion or. the estate, stai ding amid a
grove of large oaks on a natural eleva
tion. The building ia a frame one, ~.uf
is massive in its proportions, and h-13
large and oomfortable verandahs, where
in the summer time one may always* tind
a shady spot and a gentle breeze. In the
hollows roundi about the moonshiners
abound and "corn licker" ls made on
wights when the moon ls dark.
NEA'BR OAVNED A MISTRESS.
In one respect thls mansion is abso
iutely uniqye, for in all the years that
it has stood andi sheltered man from
the winds of winter and, the srorms of
summer lt has never known a mistress.
No soft voice in gentle tpnes of command ,
has-ever "echoed within Its stately rooms
or roomy halls.' Built by a bachelor, it
has remained a bachelors' hall, and if
the wishes of its present owner are ful
fllled, a bachelors' hall It will remaln
until the last shingle shall have fallen
and the last beam crumbled -Into dust.
"It never had a mistress and It never
shall," d?clared Captain Miller.
But it must not be presumed that It
is a dlsmal .placo. .hor. that.'- tnembcrs or
ffea fair sex have never been, within .its
Mr. Brereton Must Devote More
Time to His Own Business.
THh CONFEDERATE DAUGHTERS.
An Interesting Entertainment in Their Honor
N Augusta County's Splendid Court?
house Nearly Ready for the
(Special Dispatch to The Times.
STAUNTON, VA., October 19.?A great
many' citizens of Staunton express re?
gret at the' resignation of'Mr. Joseph M.
Brereton as leader of the Stonewall
Band. He will still remaln a mem?
Under Mr. Brereton the band has added
greatly to its reputation ? as a musical
THE JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Tht lawyers here are concerned about
the judicial districtlng of the Senate un?
der the proposed Constitution. Aceord
ing to the report of the Judicial Coni
mutee, Augusta, Rockbridge and RocK
ihghaxh counties are io be made one dis?
trict. lt is not believed, that one judge
can do the work of this district. There
is now more business in the Circuit Court
of Augusta county than in some whole
circuits in Easte.rn Virginia.
The work of placing furniture and mak?
ing the nnishing touches on the intenor
of Augusta county's magnifieent new
courthouse, togt-ther with constructing
a concrete fence or wall around tbe
yard, leveling tlie ground, removing the
trees, etc, has been pushed forward rap?
The Daughters of the American Revo
lution will unveil the marble slab which
they have presented to the new court?
house and upon whith is engraved the
names of the lirst ltgal officials of the
county of Augusta; chief among these
namts is that of tbe immortal John Lew?
is. the lirst white man who entered the
county of Augusta and the founder of
the city of Staunton. The ceremonies
are expected <"" bp x>*rv impressive.
The Roy. >.:canum a lodge of this
city. which has ?. membership of 203 of
the leading citizens of Staunton, held an
entertainment Thursday night iri the
Opera House, which was addressed by
Mr. James C. Elanks. of Norfolk, and
Mr. Walter F. Irvine, of Norfolk. after
whicb there was a sumptuous banquet
at Columbia Hall, for which covers were
laid for -lat). It was in celebration of
Royal Arcanum Day.
Th- rr'ni" cf a . ovMist.
pPT1l(?y?Has Blufterton begun his new
Skrlvener? No, I heard that, on account
of it being -the holiday season, he is
ha.v'ng somo trouble in getting his pub
lisher, his drama tis .- and his advertis
ing expert together.? Puck,
hospitable doors. Captain Miller, as well
as some of his predecessors, though too
wily to be captured, is fond of young
people, especially of girls. Many 13 the
gay party he gathers- in his old* home,
and right royally are they entertained.
Captain Miller lives ;in affuence, and
while not what is known as a man of
wealth in this day of colossal fortunes,
he is well-to-do, and is considered a
Sinco the publication of some of tho
facts in connection with the jovial Cap?
tain and of -his home that has never
known a mistress, Captain Miller's mail
has increased largely.
Women in all parts of the,country have
read of the bachelor and his houso of
remarkable history, and many of them
have received the news as a sort of
challenge.. Many have written letters
urging the Captain to break the spe-il
that hangs over hls home and some
express an entire willingness to become
mistress where none ever ruled before.
But the Captain is obdurate. He reads
the letters, some of which are amusing
and others pathetic, but he holds out
no hope. It would never do, he says,
thus to break the calm that has vested
over" this house for a hundred yeaxs
and more. The ghosts of my many bach
eior uncles would; rise from their graves
heard they ever the sound of a feminine
voice speaking in -tones of command
about the place they lived in freedom.
They would haunt me and make my life
miserable. The Captain is> detc-rmined
that he, at least, shall never haul down
the flag" of independent bachelorhood
from thet roof tree that has wlthstood
the charms- of generations of fair women.
The gay times that these bachelors have
had from -generation to generatlon can
?well be imagined. Thelr dogs have slept
ih tho halls-of the mansion- with none'
to say-'them:. nay .'.??Horses have browsed
undistiirbed upon tha grass of the lawn
when thelr- lordis, so . wished lt and all
has gone m^rry without the sound ot
wedding bells. .
Cor. GOVERNOR aad
New and Modern
....FRE5 FROM THE....
Noise of Streets and Cars.
ome with all the Ccmforts of a Hotel
GEO, BANNISTER, Jr,
Manager and Proprletor.
Sometime last Week a Bad
You can do the same with a
Tria! 25c Packags
They relieve instantly and
cure permanently all dis?
eases of the Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys, Bowels and Blood.
All Druggists Keep Them.
No good Druggist will offer a
Call and Examine the Large Stock of
R. H. BOSHER'S SONS
15 South Ninth Street.
All the latest styles in Fancy
Traps, Boulevards, Surries, Phae
tons, Victorias, Depot Rockaways,
Runabouts, Doctors' Buggies, Day
ton Wagons, Delivery Wagons,
Buggies and Carts.
Manufacturers of all Styles of Vehicles.
Repairing and Repaintinjj.
The grand jury to-day has decided in fa-'
vor of A. Billikopf, Mtrchant Tailor
doing business at No. 1327 East Main
We, the grand jury of the Common?
wealth of Virginia, city of Richmond.
unanimously decided that ? A. Billikopf
Merchant Tailcr, of No. 1327 East Main
Street, makes the flnest-fitting garments
for less money tnan a.r.y of the tailor?
here in the city and that he has the -flnest
stock of forcign and domestic woollens.
A. BILLIKOPF, 1327 E. Maln St.
TAILOR AND IIVJPORTER
Makes traveling a pleasure, when correct
time ls always necessity. Yours may be
a capable tlme-keeper. but through mcoin
petent repairing you have lost faith in it.
Bring it to me. I will REPAIR the worst
wiecked watch. and I will do it eeonoml
?AVATCH: IXSPECTOR FOR THREE
RAIROADS?R., F. and P. R. R A. C. L.
and Southern. -'
906s atfej Maln Str
Little Willie?Say, pa, what does "carte
blanche" mean? .
Pa?It ia a term used to explain the
actions of a man who has $50. ln his
pockfet and his wifa ia ;spendlnc a week
in tlt ecotmtiy."?-Chteago N?w? -;,'.'
S. A. L; Railway*
"CAPITAIi CITY KODTE."
Short Llne to Principal CiUes of the Sonth acd
Southimt, Florida, Cuba, Texas, Cnllfomla an>?
Mexieo. reaeblng the Capitata of six Statei
Eehedal* ln Effect May 28, 1901.
Sa 27. No. St.
Lv. Richmond. 2:40 pm 10:40 p ia
Lv Petersburg. 3:27 pa 11*1 p m -
Lv. Raleigh. ;.-? no 4:19 am :
Ar. Hamlet. 10:35 p m <:Ca a m j
Ar Atlanta. 9:00 a nt 4:i> p m j
Lt. Hamlet. 30:3) p tn 7S0 a m
Ar. Columbia (East'n time) 2:00 am 19:85 am
Lv. Columbia (Cent'l time) 1:05 a m 9:40 a m
Ar. Savannah. 4:52 am 1:4" p ra
Ar. Fernandtna. 9:30 a ra 6:00 p m
Ar. Jacksonville. 9:15 am C:10 p ra
Ar. Tallahassee.... 3:15 pm 6S0 a m
Ar. Orala. 1:43 p ra 1:00 a ni
Ar. OMando. 5:10 pm ':?0 a m
Ai. Tampa. 5:40 pm ?:15 a n?
Ar. PortTampa . 10:30 p m 1:38 aia
Ar. Miaml . ?-.,:, j> n. .
Tratn No. 41 leaves Richmond 9:30 a. m.. A^Xlr.
foi^Petersburg, Xorllna. N. C. ?ad all interroedi
ate points. Connections at Norlina wi'h trala
arriving HenJUrson 2:10 p. m. and Raleigh 8:50 p.
m. daily, tnef Durham 4:1.1 p. m. daily except Sun?
Trrins leave Richmond for Washlngton. Neir
Tork and the East daily. Na 44 at 8:40 a. m. and
No. W! at 3:35 p. m.
Connections at Jacksonville and Tampa fnr all
Florida East Coast Dolnts, and Cuba and Porto
Rico. At New Orleans for all points ln Texas.
Mexieo and Califorma.
TBATNS ARRIVE AT RICH JtOND DAILY:
f:82 a. m., No. 34 (From all points South a*i
831 p. m., No. 66 j Southwest.
B:4S p. m., No. SS?Ftom Norlina, N. C. Peter
burg and local points.
Nos. SI and 34?Florida and Metropo'.ltan Llm
Itrd Drawing Room and Sleeping Cars and
Through Day "Coaches between New York and
T mpn. Through Drawinit-Rooin Buftet Sleep'.r.if
Cars between New Tork and Atlanta. .
Nos. 27 and 6&-Fiorlda and Atlanta Fast Mail
Through Drawing-Room Buffet SleeDlni Cars am
tween New York and T -. connecting at K
let with Sleeolng Car to and from Atianta in
connection with which Through x'ul.man Tlt-eU
are sold. Finest Day Coaches.
Z P SMITH, District Pass- Agent.
SSSEast Main'Street. 'i-ZcZ*"'
J. Jl BABB. E- E- X'- SCNCH.
UtV.P- 4 8m'lJI?n;'r. Gen'lPass. Agen
LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION EASTBO"N'D
9.00 A. ?L. Dallr- Locat to Norfolk, Old
Paint. &c i o'nnVctaat N?r:?.k , ?.??'?? ?"?.ui ii
steiner, except Au* lay r w V>. k
3.45 P. Jt.. Daily. Local to ISorfo'.ls. Old
Pou t, ,tc. Pullraan to Old Piint.
4.45 P. JI. fxcrpl Sup-.ay, "Atlantic Limited,
tn oKat'4 Old Point witk Parlir Car.
Connects at Old Point with Washlngton. Capo
Charles and Baltiinor* steamers
r0.50 A. M., Local, except Sunday, to Clifton
?i.V,P, M., Daily. St- Louis '-irnit-'' Dtnln?-'rr
Tra'ln wlth 'ullman f-r Citicinnat'. Lott -V lle
an' Sr. Louis. Conu<rcts for l-g'.nU hotSprlngs
nnd Chicago Five to ?i?h h uri qulcicst llAe
Westi Locul tr^.n t l o^* t ? S:. l.ouU i.iwi-eu
i o:n Gor-lonsville to St auto.i, ex e t Sunday
6.30 P. JI., Boiweti Accommoaatton. Except
Sunday. . ?' -J,
10 30 P. M-. F. P. V. Daily. fonneiti for Vtr
ei n -ot Springs. Pullman to Hin'on. eonn^ct
h? g with Parlor Car to Cincinnati, acd w ih Pull
m ii- to Cincinnati, "Louisville and W?it. All
lueals ln dinittgear.
LEAVE1 EIGHTH STREET STATION.
IO.ro A. -M.. Dailv, for Lynshbnrg, Lexington.
\ a and Clifton Porgt. Except Sun hy lorEoj
ncv Albereneand ? I ? Parlor Car.
?.13 P. M., Except Sundayfor rrrno.
ARRIVE BROAD STREET STATION.
8.30 A. 51. and 3. 0 P. JI., Daily, trom Clnctn
nntl. , .,
fc O A. M., except Sundav from ? iw I.
12.-10 P. M.; Except Sunduy, irom Norfolk.
IO.t. A. 31. and 7.20 P. Jl.. Daily. from Nor?
S.J5P. M. I-o al, except Snnday, from Clifton
ARRIVE EIGHTH STREET STATION.
8.40 A. M.j Except s-uuday, trom r mo.
G.r.5 P. JI.. Daily, fr-tn llllton Forge anJ
Lynchburg and exctpt Sunday from N;? > utt.e
LexinptOD, VaL. and Rosney.
Ajilily ntSUQ East Jlalu Street, 9Q3 East JIain
Street and Jlurphy's Hotel for further inforina
H. XV. Fl'LI.ER, JNO. D. POTTS.
G. P. A. A. G. P. A.
i-aily Line for New York, the tion -
etJUC toununy, Dy CIlC2a.i/cu.)vt; ana OOio
jtviutway ai b A. M. via iNunolic or 3 A.
ju. anii a:ia ?- M. oy xn. & \\\ Kauv.ay
via .\utiuiK. boih iiiics oonneccing "vnn
direct steamers sailing sarnc Uay.
SCeefage pa^aecgeis can leave by aux?
iliary st-ajner Monday, V ednesday am.
i- r aay sailing irom Kocketts at a P. M..
and changing to maln-Iine ship at -Nor
FRbiGHT for all northern. eaatern ar,<:
foreisn ports received and forwardei:
dailyT except Sunday, at compa>-va
FROM NF.W YORK
?ASSE.N^^?>5 cati U-?c JJA1L.T, ?X
ceDL Sunday, liom companiTa pler, >.o. 2t
sorth Kivar at 3-A. Al., for Old Point
Oomfort and' Norfolk, connecting with C.
* o and N & VV. tra.ns for Richmond.
FREIGHT received and forwarded daily.
Tifke's on =aie at company's offlce. N'o
iwW Main Street; Richmond Trans;
fer Company No 903 East Main Stre,t
Murphy's Hotel. C. & O. ar.d R. & I
depots Richmond. Baggage. cheefce,
through to all points.
F-or further information apply to
tor turtnt. JOHN p MAYER. Ag?n'
Vn 1212 East Main Street. Richmond. V
Genefai offices: No. SI Beach .Strett. c
??r xvest Street. New Tork. >.. Y.
ner west ^ j.-.-j. BROWN"
H B WAf.KKR. Gen. Pas. Agt.
Take C. and O. Railway train, daliy ex?
cept Sunday. at 4:45 P. M. for Baltimor.
via Old Point Comfort, connecting at OIu
- ??-.,..-.- ?f thp aunnrh steamers oi
16 for Bh!
6:30 A. M
( c^t. Short rai!
ride and all night on one of the finest
steamers in southern waters.
For tickets and general information ap?
ply at ticket offices C. and O. Railway.
pLYDE STEAM.SH1P CO S jggLjT^
? PHILADETJPTH.A.T,oT T**^*f
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM?
Appointed sailing days: ^yery TLbb
DAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY at day
IiSht- ,. - -a nr
Freight received daily till o F. M.
- For further information apply to
J. XV. M'CARRICK.
Gen. Southern Agt.. offlce, Rocketts.
$35.00 - - atid - - $50.00
Natlonal Seal Works. Rubber Stami
Seals and Supples. No. 12ID East 31
- Street. over Tignor's. Old 'phone 54, N
Send for FREE TRIAL BQTTLfc
Midxam Dr.1AJWT. TX ?. IWtb ?t? N?w
JTorttCwr. ??'..'?'..,?;;.:..-. ?' ~ ???--:.
SCHED CXE EWECTIVB. JEXE30. 1901.
TRAIXS LEAVE RICHMOXD?BYRD-STRES1
?.00 A. M.. XORFOLK LIMITED. Da.ty. At
rtTea Petersburf tfctl A. M.. Xorfolk ll.OT A. St
Stop* ouIt ?t.P?ter?t)wrsc? waverlr aml Suffolk.
9.05 A. Sr.. Dalfy. Arrive* Petersburg 9MS"A. M.
Weldon lt_8 A. 31., Fayettevllle ?:2S P. St Charles
ton 10:55 P. M.. Savannah ?:.'_ A. M., Jacksonvills
8:30 A. >!., Port Tampa 7:19 P. M. Conneets at
Wilson wlth Xo. ?7, arriving Goldsboro S_J5 P.M..
Wllmlngton 6:00 P. 31. Pullman Sleeper Xew
York to Jacksonville.
ll-.-w _. M. Daily. except Sunday. Arrlve P*.
tersburg ?:X5*F. lf. Stops Slanehester, Drewiy*
Slnff. CentralJa and Chesreron sl. nal.
8:15 P. M.. OCEAX SHORE LIMITED. Daily.
Arrlve Petersburg 3:+'. P. M.,Xor.Jk 5:35 P. _
Stops only at Petersbnry, Waverly and Suffolk.
4:30 P. Jr., Datly. except Sunday. Arrives Po
tersburg 5_0 P. Sl.. Weldon 7.? P. M.. ..nd Rooky
Mount 8:53 P. 51. Makes att Intermedlate atons.
?._? & Ji- DaiI,T. LoeaL Arrives Petersbnr_
i:UP. 31. Staxesall stops. - _?--, -_-...
6:57 P. M., FLORIDA AND WE3? I^A
LIMITED. Datly. Arrlve* Petersbura 7:37 P. M.
Connecta wlth Norfolk and Western for Norrolk
and intermedlate potat**. Emporia 8M3 P. M. (con?
nects wlth A. an rt D. for stations between En*
porla and LawrenCevlHe). Wetdon fcl3 P. 31.,
Fayettevllle !*_3.A. M. Charleston 5:23 A. 31.,
Savannah 7:M A. M.. Jpcksonvilla- J*1J P. 51..
Port Tampa 11:30 P. 31. _
XEW LIXKTO 31IDDLEGBORGIA POIXT3
Arrivlng Auansta 7:-1. A. 3!., Macon 11:13 A. M?
Atlanta 12:35 P. 31., Thomasvllle 2:S? P. Sl. Pull?
man Sleeper* New Vork to Wllmlngton. Charle*
lou, Jacksonville. Port Tampa. Augusta and
*_. lS_'. M.. Dalty. Arriving Petersburg 9.SJ
v 31 Connect at Petersburg wltb Norfolk and
Western Bailway, arriving Lynchburg 2.S9A. St..
Roanoke * A. 31.. Bristol 10.-U) A. Jt. Pullma*
Sleeper RlchmoDd to Lyncbhur*. __,.,.
llTao P. SI..Dallr. Arrives Petersba nt 1*.?
A"M" TRATXSARRIVR HTCH3fO\-t>
3.W)A. Sl., Daily, from Jacksonville. Savannah,
fcarleston. Atlanta, Macon, Augusta and all
7.35 A. >!.. Datly, froa Petersburx, Lynchban
and the West. . _'.-'.
S.45A M., Daily. except Sunday. Peteribur*
local. _ _ ..
11 10 A. 51.. Dailv, except Sunday, from Golds?
boro and intermediate stations, Xorfolk and Suf?
11.03 A. 31.. Sunday only. from Xorftl fc, Su?
folk and Petersburg. ? __. ,__
11.42 A. M., Daily. from Xorfolk, Suffolk aa?
Petersburg. ' _
2.13 P. M.. Daily, except Sunday. from PflUt*.
6.50 P- 51., Daiiy from Xorfolk. Suffolk and
7.22 P. Jt.. Daily. from 3IlamI. Port Tampa,
Jacksonville. Savannah, Charleston. Wllml>oo.
Goldsboro and all points South.
8.56 P. M., Daily. from Petersburg-. Lj-OhOmtm
?ad the Viest.
T. M. E31ERSOX. TrafflO Manajar
3.B. Kxxt.T,Qeneral Manager.
H. M. EjcsBsoa, General Passenger Ag.nt
C. S. dutrszLL, Divisloa Passenger Agent,
S3S East Main . r_:
SCHEDXTLE IX EFFECT MAY _. 190U LEATH
BY. D-STBSET STATIOX.
3:SO A. M., Daily for Washln^toa and potnt*
Kerth. Stoss at Miiford. Vrederlcksbwf and
Quantlco. Sleepers to Washlnzton aud Xew Terk.
?-aoA. M., Sunday only, for Washtnzton aad
points Xorth. Staps at Elba, Glen AMen nnd
local otatlons, Asbland ta Quantico incluslva.
Enffst Parlor Car.
?^JO A. 31., Datly, exoept Sunday, for Washlnj
ton rad points Xorth. Stops at Elba, Glen Allen
and local stations, Ashland to Quantlco lnoluiivj
Buffet Parlor Car. ? -
12:00 M Daily. except SuaUay. for Washington
and points Xorth. Stopa at ?lba, Glen Allen,
Ashland Doswell. Slllford, Fredericksburs.
and Quantico. Buffet Parlor Car. Connects witU
Congressional Llmlted at Washington.
7:4s P 31. Dailv, for Washington and potnti
Xorth. Stops at Elba, Aahl.tnd, Doswell. Jlilford,
Fredericksburg. Brooke. Wldewkter an>l Quantlco.
Stoos other stations Snnday*. Sleepers Richmoni
10 Xew York and Washlnrton to Phila.l-lpbia.
S:-*OA. M., Dailv. Stops at Wldewater, Trooks.
Fredericksburg, Mllford, Doswell, Ashland and
Ilba. Stops other stations Sundays. Sleeper New
York to Richmond.
12:31 P. 31. Daily, except Snnday. Stops at
Jocal ftations. Quantico to Ashland inclusive,
Glen Allen and Elba. Buffet Parlor car.
2:42P.M. Daily stops at Frederickaburj. Mll?
ford, Doswell. Ashland and Elba.
6:37 P. 31.. Dailv. Stops at Fredericksburg. Dos?
well. Ashlan . and Elba. Pullman cars from .New
York and Washington. . , _._,,__,
S:40 P. 31.. Dailv. Btops at local sutton*
Quantico to Ashland incluslve. Glen Allen ana
Elba. Buffet Parlnr Car.
ACCOMMODATIOX TRAIX3. ,
<Dailv, except Sundav.)
7-15 A. 31. Leaves ELBA for Ashland.
.:OOP. 31. Leaves BYRD-STREET 3t?tloa ft.?
6-30 P. 31. Leaves ELBA for Ashland.
6-40 \. 31. Arrives ELBA from Ashland.
8:23 A. M. Arrives BYRD-STREET Statloa from
5:32 P. 31. Arrives KLRA from Ashland- -__
i E. A. L. TH.IOIOH TRAIN' . VIA S. A. lt. J17X0
1I0X A\D K.,F.4P.H R.. LEAVE S. A. L.
0-4OA 31.. Daily, for Washington and points
Xorth Stops at Erederickabura and Quantlco.
^a^P.'sL. Da^Nor Washington and polnti
Xorth. Stops at Doswell. Frederlcksburs and
Quantico. Sleeper to N~ew York.
ARRIVE S. A. L. BROAD-STREET STATION"
2_3 P. M. Dailv. Stops at Ftederickaburg, 3111
ford, Doswell and Ashland. Sleeper trom 2.?*
^1030 P. 31.. Daily. Stops at Frederlcksburj,
Bo.wll and Ashland. *!"?*" __f_ V,Zt m?
E.T. D.3ITSB3. Pxta. n. P. XA1L0R. le_. iigr
LEAVE RICHMOXD (DAILY), BYBD-3TSB21
9 OO A M.?XORFOLK LIMITED. Arrlva V.
Xorfolk 11.20 A. 31. btops only at Psterso-arfc
YmV. -/HE* CHICAGO EXPRESS. Fu
LvnehbuM, Roanoke. Columbus and Chlcaga
Hj " parlor Car Petersburg to Roanoke. Pull
?.n Slwper Rotnoke to Columbus; also for Brl*
.0\ Knoxville and Chattanooga. Pullmau
v?rf, lif 'ti_ P M. Stops only at Petersburg
WaVerfy a'nd Suffolk. CoVnaets-t Xorfolk wltT.
. eamer . to Boston. Provldence. Xew Yor?, Baltl
_ore and Washuigton 4nd ,at9f.
mm_il____l ^Arrtvea at Xorfolk at W.40 P. M.
m9dio I M -For Lvnchburg and Roanoke Cou.
. f"fV'-?hh.,-ir wlth Wa-hington and Chatta.
roo?*L^"dhb,p5lTman SleepeA Lynchburg. to
MempM. and Sew Orleans. Cafa. Parlor and Ob
^r^atlon Car Radford to Attalla Ala. Pullman
fn___ between Richmond and Lynchburg.
l'/rX/readvfor occupancyat a30 P. M. Als.
Pullman Sleeper Petersburg and Boanoke
^ Tralns arrive Richmond from Lynchbu.* an4
^rt^iT^thV ^C^t?iSl. U.^1^
CBBMMT, District Passenger AgenC
W. E. Beyill, General Pidsenger Agent.
CHEDT-TF EFFFCTITE J'"XE ?. W>1
TRAIXS LEAVE RlCn_OXD. VA
.? , ^r Lv-0 15 -iailv. for Durham. X. ('..
\ at^l^^ni'letween Eeysvil^^Durha^.
connecting ''f^.r Buffalo Lithia Spring!
Lr?Cw^ta.io.[on Xorfolk Division .0 Dan
"in ,0?t oxford fo-Henderson; at Durham for
ville; ?V?Wsl_ro"?nd all Xorth Carolina point .
1 E1?n?i% 31-Xo 7 ?oiid train daily for Char
*__ V C eonnWW ?? Moseley with Farmvi 1
1 iei???hitan Railroad; at Greensboro for Dur
!nd Pp.f/iah "nd Winston-Salem: at DanUlU
aiJfS' N^ _i Cn ted States fast mail, solid trat*
T'_\, Ar Ve* Orleans an.l points feouth. whicl
dariies _leepe.s to Xew Orleans and Jacksonville
^nnectirc for Xassao and Havana. Buffet dr.w
: f?~J_r__fleap?r Richmond to Atlanta am? Btrra
I !**__? Through iieeper Salisb-.irv to emphi .
lD?-w"p M -Xo 11, Southern Express .datly ft?
Atia'Sa Aurasta. Jacksonville and points South
iV.._.r for Danville. Greensboro. Sallsbury and
Cb^Tottc op. n ?t RiVhmond.9..^ P. M- Conneo
! fion wlth Xew York and Florida Expr-ss and
Pouthwe-tern Llmlted. which. carrtes thro.j?h
' .!..;_, to-'nea't. Savannah. Jacksonville.
tSSS Xashville. Slemphis. Atlanta Xew Or
.,??_. Complete dining-car servlce: al?o
PulTman Tourlst sleeper Mondays. Wednesdays
and Frldays Washington to San Francisco wlth
out Jhanze. wlth connectlons for .11 polat. la
?Z&?%%*?t$^*?i;T ?cePt SuaiUy. *
for Eevsviile ?nd tn'ern.ediat- points.
...? p _ and 6:00 A. 31.?From Atlanta, Aa
,uV"and Asheville and all points South.
*??_,._ -From Keysville and local statloat.
3-1S P. M.?From Durham. Oxford aad later
LOCAL FREIGHT TRAIXS.
vos- n and?2, between Slanchesteran ? >>*' ?
VORK RIVER LIXE VIA WEST POISt
* THE FAVOBITE ROUTE XORTH.
..? P u ^Xo. 18. Baltlmot* Llmlted. daily ???
ce.t Sakdays. conaetdng at Weat Point wlth
luam.r for Biltimore aud York River Landlngs
5tor? only at stations batweea Qulaton and Wea?
*__i P St.-Xo. 19. Local Express, daily. excepl
Kundavs" fcr West Point aad Intermedlate statlona.
ISSntct* wlth stage at Lester Manor for Waik.rtoa
"?? _>#???% Local Mixed. Leave. jutlji
_\ WaUterton and Tappahannock.
TBAlSa ARRIVE IX RICHMOXD.
r 13 . K.?Daily from Weat Polat. wlth conns*
ticntrt- Baitimore. .sc.nt ^oadyt. ^
Steamers _.??? Baitimore *3?A. SL
_l9.2rhVLXtdmya.txi Saturday*: CUT ajnJCM.
v _a u *'itaia*t-i*!**>.>"-*&.**?
.0. H Aaosric*. Gen. P?*?-A*V-^^