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■'"■ ; -T, •7 f - ■■; :
about preparing pure food for their families
nowadays because not only haA^e the makers
pf:-.foodlproducts taught 4 them, but they have
learned from their own experience. They have
learned, for example, that it is both wiser and
cheaper to use an absolutely . pure .baking
"It Rises Every where.!' . .
It is absolutely 'pure, and so fulfils every
requirement for health. It is of such strength
that housewives : should^ not use a particle
more thanvthe directions call for. V
OUT TO-DAY,
k WAGA^% OF .. I
MAY NUMBER.
■ Sold by all Periodical Price, 25 Cents,
The Charge bf the "400,"
an Anonymous Satire on Society, inverse, that every one will read.
A PECULIAR PREMIER, BY CHARLES VALE,
a Brilliant Novelette of English Society.
CLEVER STORIES by H. C.Chatfield Taylor, Clinton Ross, Julian
Gordon, Carlton Dawe, Eden Phillpotts, -Mrs.
-Burton Harrison, and other writers.
POEMS by Charles G.D. Roberts, Carolyn Wells, Ella Wheeler
Wilcox, Kate Masterson, and others.
The MAY numl)er consists of 160 pages' of reading matter, containing, 44
signed contributions and a number of sketches.
SPECIAL OFFEIKio have everybody become acquainted with "The Smart
S:t." We want you to see the first three numbers. To this end we make the libe-"
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' . The_MARCH number contained "The Phantom Duke," by Edgar Saltus, the
prize satiie by'H.C. Chatfield-Taylor and Reginald de-Koven, and 38 other articles.'
- . rile - APRIL number, besides 40 other coutributions, contained the Countess'
31 Warwick's article, «'Tl»e Kevolution of Society," which has created
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bers will be sent you FREE. . -.."'* " . . . :."
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No. 4-i.
: VA PERFECT MOUTH WASH.
■•. ;rAlarge bottle ;?Bmall;price^-i
U5 Cents.
T. A. MILLER,
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| Orders for printing sent to the Dispatch
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'' THE- ~'RIGH'MGN©SiD
TO SPEAK IX RAJPPAHASNOCK.
Attorney-General Montague Goes
There To-Day— Capitol Jfote*..
Attorney-General Montague will go -to
Rappahannock county to-day, to deliver
an address Monday at the unveiling: of
a Confederate monument. Mr. Montague
has to hasten on to Abingdonffrom Rap
pahannock, to engage in: the trial of ;
an : important case " in the United States .
Court. ; Mr. Montague has a great num
ber of engagements for this summer.
"I regret exceedingly that r will not
be able -to. make more fepeeches : . for a
constitutional convention," said Mr. Mon
tague yesterday. "It is probable that I:
will be able to do some fwork of; this
character, but the pressure or offlcial
business, and the engagements made
weeks ago, '. will "greatly interfere.' ' -'■
■ Mr. Montague will deliver the annual
address. at Hollins Institute . commence
ment in' June.; : -
Commissioner (Koiner will soon have
to :g: go ■. up / against :the army;worm again.
During: the past year damage was done
to garden crops by. a' species of ; insect
known as , the . fall army worm Not a
few farmers have noticed 1 insects on their
garden- plants/ which, no doubt, belonged
to ;i this species, but which have; been
classed' among ■ other, worms morel com
mon. : A". farmer living, near Richmond
yesterday.: said; that he had found ..in
sects ■in his: garden whlchi he believed to
be the fall army worm;- and that he In
tended to' send one of -these "bugs'*; to
•the Commissioner of Agriculture, in the
hope of ascertaining to just whatspecies
it* belonged.' ' "'■- :
A. conference of those interested in se
curing for Richmond : the next annual
of the: Southern Educational So
ciety will be held at the Department of
Public Instruction this^ afternoon.-; This :
meeting is to take action supplemental
to that taken by the Chamber of-Com
i niercia, looking to- securing ,'tjhe next
meeting of the society for this city. :
Governor Tyler ' will go to f Mt Vernon
Tuesday, to^ attend: the session- of '-the
Board of Visitors. He will : probably be
accompanied by Mrs. Tyler.
:•■ Dr. ;J.;F. , Bryant, Superintendent of
Schools of Superintendent; Dr." F.W.
Lewis, Superintendent of Lancaster, and
Dr. Douglas, of Westmoreland, were visi
tors at the i Department of Public In
struction yesterday. '.-'-; '■•: - '"
Mr. H. F. Olmstead, 1 of the Federal
Department of Labor,; visited the office
of Labor Commissioner Doherty yester
day. Mr. Olmstead is -collecting statis
tics, which will.be published soon. ,\ : :
FOR COURTS TO SETTLE.
Electoral Board Declines toil Go Into
the' Jaclcson Ward! Casei .7; •
As forecasted' in the, Dispatch, the Elec
toral Board will not settle the: question
of printing the names of alleged-fraudu
lent candidates on the offlcial ballot for
the muncipal election. It met yesterday,
morning, .and after considering : . the
opinion rendered by Attorney-General
Montague, decided that the 'members 1 , were
unwilling, to exercise the discretion I; which
the -Attorney-General say s they : have, . pre
ferring to .have all such matters deter
mined by the courts. ' -
In accordance /with a decision of the
Board; -. 1 the determination to leave the
: case for settlement .in the . courts Vwas
communicated _to Mr] . William Li Royall
later in; the day, together with the
opinion of : the Attorney-General."^ Mr.
Royall announces 5 his intention : to carry
the case; into the; courts at ; onee 1 .: •
. "Reference was~ made , to an. opinion in
yesterday's Dispatch rendered by Attor-'
ney-General Scott in- 1896 in. a case some
what:similar. : The case : was that'of trie
Electoral • Boa rd of Montgomery county
inthe matter of Colonel Hoge, a candidate
for Congress. ;.Attorney-General;Scott:held
that that the board could not accept Co
lonel Hoge's withdrawal and omit
name upon the /ballot as a candidate ' for
Congress. :'.:.- .'Vr ■ ■'/"/■ .- ; :' .; -^ ..
j ': It is ; understood 'that the action^taken
by the board yesterday was^influenced in
! some measure by the opinion in? the Hoge
! case. ..',: •• •■.■' .'■' -.-.: ■■ :"■ -•- . : .:.~: .-.■.■ - - -
HONORS FOR ARTHUR.' GLASGOW.
Win* Medal Offered i* y ; tie AmeVi
;r; r can Gas-Ll»ht AsHociatibH. ::
..Mr: -r Arthur v G.: Glasgow, T formerly ■ of
t»is i; city, ;butsnow;;of London^ England
was : recently : • awarded ■?-. the • : Beal^ medal
offered; for,; the best ; P aper=rekdat7the
meeting of ;the7 American Gae-Ught-As^
g^SS^ in /New;; Ybrk^last- > ! O^'
tober,. HJ S . -subject;;;, was -VCarbufetaed 1
Water Gas.as'a-CoarGas Auxiliary.'- ;;
;y.; y. Many^aluable v papers i: werd :;read. r ': and:
. the , ; committeeVadmit^that itheir"task ; of
selecting thesbest, was vnotran^easy^oiSi
They.say.vhowever, : inf referenced to- Mr^
G^?5 0W • * w ?rk/ thanvtherpaper. Abroad'
n its. scope.; and of? great^and^g'eneral
usefulness ;to , the' gas ? engineer .W.The rde^
ductions;are,reachediby^the;authoriafter
a-v thorough y analytical « examination >bf : all
-underlying economical bases of fgas
"Mr" Glasgow . is « 30n ' of Mr. p. T .
Works.:; and sl brptHcr..]™vMfs*SiS i
Glasgow^thejauthore! s
Bible Movie, .n Cnnvan. -~ „
meeting, on Sunday after
noon, at i o'clock.. In JiAssocifid ■*:H: H ii?
i .prCßsloii with his orjglnal pamttagsltwdj
weeks ago, will "give the second series'
;. ;offthe same.- - 'jCv&>M
Thoi hall" will-- be :darkened^6o"a^ to'
Eivo night * effect, . and the xssi.turts arc
I '^revelatJdn^Ambng 1 ? : those 4whlch|VwiU!
I l b^|«^iWt^,%andiupoh : r|iWhlch^he!;|wUr
I |^e^sare^'ThetCrea^6n^'^i^e?Murder3
i [of : * ! A^l,^^!THi^pehjge l !!i^JatSVslliadsi
■| ide^lS;''The7iDertructionWofSPharaoli's^
5 ;^rmy,^S"pavidfandsGoliah.'' "Nebuch.^"
etc. Alr. v Henry^T>r:
I >Hiddickj,wlll be the soloist umi Mr.Burk^
I ;aaugiiteri|aieTplaiilst; " ' ■ v^^^^
|fi?py s ' f >^^P>-! Army will meet in the
< music room at .2:45 for :■'■ thelmonthly*
I "jßiblef drlU % and I songTservlce;L3i.Thef drill!
will be conducted by Assistant Secretary
"^° rrls - „ ,„ ' \
4 "WJDr. ;; Pell • will ; roncluct-:the 'study ;of pthe;
\ : Su iid^^sch^l|l^s6nfini^sJqciati6n:HalH
; : thisT afternoon ; at :sio'cl6clC;/j-;s"T:7TTT:S:: sio'cl6clC;/j-;s"T:7TTT:S:
VIRGIKIA'S icbIVSTITUTiOS/
The Plan to Kevise It Commented
On by Congrewmen.
A* Washington special to the Baltimore
Sun says: •: The Virginia ■ ' members- of
[Congress:, are .-looktt'^'rorward ; \ta^the' : :reT:
sultvof :the ; : yoj.e^ttie^lattej- : part'-of Jthis
month, pass to ■ whetherXa constitutional
convention shall;be: held ;in Virginia,? with
a great deai of interest.
Owlrig j; ; to;; the ;Wtter/ v fight : which ;[has
iheen; raging:-, bet ween ; those who ; favor -a
constitutional ; ajnd I those "'- : op
posed .to; it, most^of the"members^^hen
asked; to-day, -'were ivery ; chary ' about • ex
pressing I.^1 .^ an opinion; 7 •■-":■' -:vV. : •"; : -~.~ -
Danieb said he 'had; already an
nounced his .position.- ;He . was , in favor,
;of j a. convention v which.. Iwould : give "to
Virginia^^ a ; Constitution; -better: fitted '■'■, to
her needs than ; the -out-of-date Tone „uu-"
der which ';_ the ".State goyennment is 1 now.
being ■ conducted^ .'.The : ; p're"sent"Constitu-
Hon;:;he;aaid;Twas' drafted soon. after: the
in 1869— and : ; isi totally ainfitvfor^use.:
TJnder : its operations : the interest; oiiT the
State; debt > was : increasing,"^ andi'a great:
deal of harm :is: being^: done ;in 'other di
rections. He was j- unqualifiedly of the
opinion that the proper remedy could 'hot
be had by amending the; Constitution',
but only byT revising ■; it, : .; and makingTa
-newT;Constitutibnvaltogetner.v; : : ..' ih "^.regard
to the : disfranchisement of ieither negroes
or .whites, Senator Daniel- declined to
T ----- .- * * -■ " " : ■■ ; : . ;'" " ---■" 7 "
■Representative Otey, a member of .the
National Democratic Committee, ; heartily.
Indorses the plan of : a constltuti ohal \ con-;
-yention. T-He said: - ; "
"The Constitutions was framed :in the
year? 1869, ; by a lot of carpet-baggers, *;ne
jrrqo's,h and aliens. ;, Few, if any, . of the
-.Virginians, and ; particularly the -lawyers,
had any part in its construction.' ; It is
filled ; with rubbish and dead \ matter, ; and
not at all ; applicable .to ;theTneeds of ;the
State at present. -, The object of the con
stitutional : convention .:.•' movement is to
enable the people to; frame Ja: Constitu-'
tiori suitable to . them, and 7to existing;
conditions. sEvery5 Every State i: in*; the : South, :
including some .of -the border States, has:
had :a constitutional 7": convention ;7 since,
Virginia had one.; If .it is^true. that ;cor-
poratiohs;'. and : corporate 7 interests • op
pose such a convention, .they -stand;. very
muchin^their own light by so doing."
Mr. Otey would ' not; say J anything . about!
the possibflity. of 5 a measure being incor r
porated in • the Constitution disfranchis
ing- the: negroes, but said: ; .
'■■: "It IsTmy [belief: the Constitution can
be framed so as Triot to ; disfranchise a
single white 'person.;77l; would favor a
clause in it .that .under no ..conditions ■
should a Confederate 7soldier be disfran-:
chimed. Then,"' if -the negro, had fought
for the Confederacy, let him ? vote. Such
a' clause -I could be 7 framed ': in -harmony
with the Constitution 7 : of : " the United
States. I think there .should; and will
be a constitutional convention." _>
:'■■- Representative '.Quarles 7 said" he .-^would
stsr.u by "the. action' of the. Norfolk con
vention, which indorsed - the 7 projected
convonijon,; and he expected to; vote: for
.h6id'.n« one." :It was a party; measure,
iKKthcaight, and would beadopted at the
pells."- .;■; "-... ;'; ■-~ ~
■': ' S^iiator Martin declined absolutely ; to
dlsf.-uss" the matter"! in ■ any ; of : its relations.
. Just a Moderate Attendance. :-
Justice" John had a moderate attendance
of legal ; violators - in ; his court yesterday
morning.-: - :. >-: '-■•:'•' v J ' . .
, Mike ' Graham • "was - before his Honor
charged with cutting E.Pohlig with a
knife. :He was required to give security
in $100 for ten days. : r;.i .^ y
Charles Brown "was -disorderly on the
street. •> He Iwas fined 12.50. :> ■• . .
Arthur I>eroy Lewis -alias Arthur ■Uril
liams (colored), was : before his Honor on
the charge of 'striking EwellHubbard.
The tax was $2.50. '... /:< \ ■■-' "-.""■.- : .- : .-. :- ;
' Gertrude: Johnson^ -and Lielia :: Lewis
(colored): indulged -in a. fight onVthe street.
Each was fined $2.50 and. the' costs.
. ....■' Two: New Professors.
The: Board of Visitors of the Medical
College of -Virginia, ; has ; elected '. Dr.: J.
Hall Moore, ; of this city, to the chair of
chemical .. dentistry. Dr. Richard; ;C.
-.Walder,.'; who . has: :for. a year i filled the
chair J of ..of dentistry, oral sur
gery, and ; special anatomy of : the " head,
was unanimously elected to that position.
JBothselectibns are said to beTgood ones.
The young, men are regarded by. the pro
fession as eminently advanced in their
profession. - y y. ..■'■'.. ." ; ; .;; : :■ .
A Bankers' I-nncliV
The Virginia .Bankers 1 .- Association will
be entertainedj'at 'luncheon ; next Thurs
day/, by. the Board of Directors and offi
cers of the .American National;; Bank of
Richmond. '/
' The V luncheon will -be *■ served In the
bank at'l o'clock. ;^- ; V
: The Best Prescription for Cb ills .:
and- Fever is a bottle =of Grove's Tasteless
Chili Tonic; The formula is plainly. printed;
onTeach 1 package. -U It .• is simply;- Ironi and
Quinine in : : a tasteless f orm, i and: is com- 1
"pounded in -.'; correct ; proportions: ~-\ The
reason imitators do hot ; advertise Ttheir
'. formula is -because : they;' know .Vyou\ would
not £ buy. ; their fmedicin©;: if ■-• you ':} knew \ its
Ingrredlents:; -: Grove" S: is. the original, and
Is the only chilli : and ', fever ' remedy "sold :
throughout: the '-entire malarial ; section lot
the United States. : No curei no ; pay. Pricij
sO'cent*;.v.';;:;.~? - ' . ."■',• .
Genuine
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
;■ Sea Fec-SiraHr: Wrapper. Below- ■ '
I L Ve9ry aß&illauad as e&sy
j l#Al\l&itu fOBiBIZZiNESSIVr
S PILLS fOR GOHSTIPATiOH. .
M^ra^^': F3B SALLOW SKIH.
SBSaa^ I FOB THE COMPLEXIOM
Acts gently on the
Ki||||£ys, Liver
Cleanses the S^SSi
cl
. "- V ' PERMANENTLY
KBS »»S> ECTS '
■ Buy THE GENUINE. -MAM'F'O By -
:'? oi ££S« \i?£x:££. ''v^&h'
;, ,; foasAuerrAuoßUßSiSTiFßiasccfißEmnt -.;.;' ■.;-,
: : (£e 22-Th,Sat&Tuly-weowly-tcnr) ' = ;
I CH ESTER'S >ENQiuisHL
ori * JJ ™ 1 and Only Cenainc; - i
f4v\SAFE."- Alwajs reliable. Xjidlc. Mk Dror-ist 9
for 1 CHICBLESTJEK'S S ENGLISH
SgS\ia liED and Gold metallic boxu. *ealsd
* W#lS iIUIi lUI Wne ribboa - Tnfco no other. Reftus
i *ya iimtgcrovu Bnbititntians and lralto- 1
9 jTTc tioan. ' Bny of your Drugjist. or aend 4c in •
l& ••'; Et *? l Jl I » ft> ,V |*»rOoulans Testimonials |
ja and I'Kcllcf for Ladle-," <r» letter, It re
fir. turn >lalU 10,003 Te»Umoni*l«. BoM bj- ■
:M: M .t „/ . »" """BS 1 "?- , ; Ch!ehont«r Chemical Co., -
: „ (my ;9-W,Sat&Sun&w.e oyv ly)
|y-SI^AT>ALI:DRUGCIISTS : I
(te 17-F.Sat&Wl£6t-alt) i- '.'"■' ;
DEPAIITIIRE ;OP:STEAMEKB.
;p^ STEAMSHIP COMPMY.
: For; KewYorK. Lite Sor^ii. and t.u»t.
PASSENGERS can leave daily exceii-"^
Sunday, "via ; Chesapeake and ■-.: Ohio at
3:43 :P; M., or Richmond and '- Petersburg
; and Norfolk; and Western railroads v a"
M.,- connecting, at -Norfolk with' 'direct
steamers sailing) same : day, : 7 :«o p tr
v Steerage : ; passengers can leave -by aux
iliary. steamers Monday, .Wednesday; ana ;
Friday at CP. M.'; : changing ito main -line'
ships at Norfolk.-; '.: '-■■;-.-..■; -.-..■ ; . :
V FREIGHT:for iall -nortbern, eastern
61^ -^forwarded
: . FROM- NEW YORK.
; PASSENGERS can leave daily excent
Sunday, ; from .company's; ..pier.. No •>«
North i river, -at 3 P. - M. ; SATURDAY 4
P.M.; for Old.Pomt Comfort and Norldik
connecting with Chesapeake and Ohio and
Norfolk and Western trains for.Hich
mond.' . 5 ■- '■ ■
AFTER: MAY Ist . Saturday's sailine
hour - from New York will be 3 p m B
* FREIGHT received and forwarded dallY
except; Sunday. . v ■ v: - ./•'•;
' Tickets on sale at Richmond. Transfer
Company's, 903 east ; Main street; -Jeffer- ;
son' Hotel, .Chesapeake,: and Ohio and
Richmond and Petersburg • depots 'Rich
mond. Baggage checked through to all
points.- • :"..:. r : r ..
For. further information apply to
; JOHN F. MAYER,- Agent,
v! 1212 east' Main street, Richmond' Va :
. General Offices: 81 Beach street 'ebrnVr"
West street, New^York, N.Y. ; '-
' '•'■* '".': J '-'-■ '•: ; ; ■■'■■' J. J. BROWN -
H. B..WAL.KER,' Gen'? Pass. A S ent.
Tradt V-.aser. ink 4
' • leib.. ' VIRGIpi-MYIGATMi
Wlfa. GOMPiNL
P^^ JAMES Riy ER
: :| -i^% v - : DAY ffcjNfc,
i Sicdiher.. jr^OAHONTAS leaves MON
DAY, ..WEDNESDAY,, and ' FRIDAY, at
7 ; A; :M.^ for Norfalk, Portsmouth,: Old
Point, -Newport Ndws, ;Claremont, and
James-river. ; landings," : and ' connecting -at
Old;: Point: '-and .Norfolk for Washington,
Baltimore: and the North. . - :j .
■State-rooms; reserved; for the night at
mederate prices. = ■;■. •: ■.:■• . :
. Electric-cars ;dirett- to the wharf. Fare
only .51.50:- and; sr to Norfolk. * Music ~bv
Grand i Orchestrion. .; \ _ .
Freight :received for above-named places
and-: all ; points: r- : in -.Easterns Virginia- and
North: Carolina. IRVIN WEISIGBR.
;^: ;....; t • General Manager;
: E. A. Barber.-. Jr., Secretary.::-; , ap ao
zMERCHANTS. AND^MIMERS.-
/Steamship Lines.
v' r ■::■■■■:.:--. . Direct Route ; to : ' : ■<•"'
BOSTON, MASS., -AND PROVIDENCE
; - .. - R. I. . ' - '
- : Steamers leave Norfolk .?,• for - Bos ton
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, , FRIDAY, and
SATURDAY ; gg f or jProvidence . TUESDAY.
THURSDAY ,* and : SATURDAY; 6 P < M.' i
" Accommodations and ;^^ cuisine unsurpass
ed. : '-■•H':.; ; . ■.'..':'■;.:: ;.:■:;, ':■: ."r- ' .:.v. ; v.--.;v :-.- -
.Passengers and .freight for all
New-^England -points.'. : - ; ,: - : :
V- Tickets on sale at : C. . &■. O. and N.i & W.
Ry.";offices and"9o3r:east Maln?street. :
>:.:-:-: 1 Mv; v ;R. <_H::^WRlGHT, rAgent^ri?
vVirA t; 4m;:.:: v:;> ... : -.v -.-• -: N orf oik .- Va: .
S T B A M S H lP^^?;;
\j ' company. ; ; : : :
: PHXLADELPIIIA, -:".' RICHMOND, AND
z iv ;£i OK U'Olai STEAAliiiiit 'Lii NE. r :
;iV Appointed "-. sailiiig- ; days: Vm'ery v XUES
■ D A Y, ' FRIDAY . ;': and yj SUNDAY i at day
:iight. s^--^-:^ ■■:. -'■■■■--' .;.•_? A'^r- :^v:^i-
7% Freight ; received (3 ally until 5\ P. ;f M.' "
- For i further c : information ;"apply. •■■: to
,;:^'- ; :: -vK- '--'^'C- : jJ. -W-^M'CARRIck; ■-■:
■ General' Southern Agent ; f Office; ■ Rocketts
: ; ; ;:-:-;:;■ -v::?>W:;P. v : CLYDEI&i.CO°^~;
:: ja 25 \A.gt?nts;^Philadelphia^O
AMERICAN LINE. -
. PAST KXI'KKSS /SJSHVICK.
NEW aYOKK — SO UTHAMPTON — LON. -
Vv^S-:-'--v:-x: , :-DON. ••;--;:--v:.v:j>v- - :
; jCallinjf at_Cherbonrar.; 1
• .:. Balling at IJ A.* M.
•St^Paul^-May^lS l Stf-Paul ;::;:'. June^ 6i
?St#X.ouisr:'.::Mayi23 St^s Louis^V;June m\
New ScYorkStMay "30 jKewZ Yorker*. June' 2o'
P: RED>STAR;LJNE^
„.,., jmwAY6RK.I^ANTWERP r I ?PAKIS,wI
Every "Wedneadayj at ?12 Nooa-Igg^^^
*Southwarkr.May,ti6 f *KensingtoriSMy 30
cWesternland.vMay.i23 , Noordland?.frJune£fi;
■Is •Theseisttiamers I carryicabinsaridstbJrd^l
Tclass 3 passenf rs a at 5 low i ratesr^&f&aigS
lINTBRNATIONAL : NAVIGATION^GOi?i
:fe^fesfeT?PlerßiJ4 : anaas,lNortlisilvißr,'s^i
iHH^f-;' W. 3. •P.ALMBRS&tCOfosSNi
■my 15--9S-TU. Th & Sa3y_^Rs c hmond. -
[^O^OT§SrJpflntinff S'-nt to the Dispatch
|<C6mpany^^iU^b^£lyen|prompt^ttentlon7i
i^^^^^RAiiiß'oja>"atiiKßsrg^^^^
Schedule la Effect Soy, IS, ISOO.'^
I.,c«V«-!» njp*l-SdSeci Station--^; 1 .
: 9:00 P.M.
f or/ Henderson s (arrive Durham 3 daily,'4es
xept I Sunday),'? Ralei~gti3 Saniordri Southern
Pinea3.WlLmlngi.on;:.',Waae3Doro"ii?Monrue;
Charldttei^i-Ancolnton, s: ahelby^ &'Kuther
fordton, i Chester, ; '■■?. Clinton, ■= Greenwood,"
-Abbeville;- Blberton.'S'Atliens.'^ATl^ANTAr
Augusta^Maeon;^Montgomery»~JA ew g Or
leans,'.; Pensacoli*. vr-j acksonville;V7*,Texa3;
:M«xico;.-; California,?' 1 andv'; the ?=West "via
; Memphis \ or; New \ Orlea ns. ' "
■■ Train -leaving:: O' F-7?M3 ninV^thrdusli
solid t. to : Atlanta^ without \ change -: of ; cars.'
Sleeper : ready/ for; occupancy, at 8 :40 p. JM.
TRAINS, ARRIVE -RICHMOND.
8 :15 ; AV M.~-Dally ,- , excep t : Sunday (Sunday
-:'■.:■-.:•:■':- l"8'- > A;"i^3l«#.' i v^--"-"' :; I : -'..v::'v''"-'- i- : "" :- r .-' :-■ ■;:-■ -:.- -
JtZO p. M:-JL»aiiy» --.•","-';. ■ --■ -"•
■■^FW.'r.tickets/vbasga^^^e'cks^ysieepinfir-"
car reservation." etc. -, apply ■ to . -
\ ■ :'y.7-':W;77"r 7:.;-:->'--_H:'-M.-;;BOTKiN.' ■
". ..- :- '}- y .z-; --'!.'-* General -Agents ~i
;-;- ; : -ri-v 7836; east >Maim street;
B.'u ST. JOHN,. Yice-President -. and Gene
:•:"-? ral -Manager.;?- 7; -;,i-: '---';?-.■■■; -,'i; :~: ~ ■:.?■ .;-■■ ••
"V.; E/ M'BEE. General' Superintendent.
H.;.W. : B;' GLOVER, ITrafflc 'Manager. -; -
'-"; ■-* "'- "V -"-■.V -:" ■ ' ; -:".: .-.-
;i:feH:.-;;;-.' . *^ a *ral- Passenger \ Agent. 7
ATLANTIC-COAST LINE.
. Sclie dale : Effective April ' S,^ 1900-
TUAISS XJEAVE RICIi2IOXDr- JBVKU-:
STKEET STATION. ' '- : ■>."■ :
»:OO A.-M:, Daily. : Arrives Petersburg ■
S:3l A. M.; Norfolk U^T^'A.l
. "- -, " l ' -'-■ M. ; Stopu only &t'.f etersbursr,-!
." . : --.Waverly.~aiia;Suffolk^%Va.i.y
8:O5 'A.- M.V Daily. ; Arrive* '^Petersburg
. - - 8:50^- A; 'M.,- Weldon ; li:»;
. - i-",i A; : M., ■.'-FayetteTiUe ?A:&^E* ;
-.. ..:■-• ..M., Charles ton i 11:20 P.M.;
. Savannah 12:50 A. AI., Jack
. : : -sonvllle 7:30 A. M., .-Port
" Tampa 6^o Pr M. " Connects:
/atfJ Wilson -with- N0.;47,-;ar- ;
riving Goldoboro*. 3:lO^ P. M.i
;•: -:.. , Wilmington . 6:43. . Pullman
• -Sieeper New York to. JackrQ
- : -:~- ; eonville. , '. '
IXiSO Ai M.. Daily, except Stinday: A>
: !"• " '-._:. _ : rives Petersburg; 12:05 PPs. s M.,:
Stops v Manchester, ' Drewry's
-Bluffs, :Centr&lia, and Ches
_. Jii^_ „ -** 1 " °n ; signal;" r / •:.-:.•,--:■■- "■.
3:83- P. M., xnaiy, x.acai. .Arrives Pc
- :V : ' teraburg 406 P.- M. ?Makea
•-"-■■ all Stops.- :' ■ :
S:W>P.M.. Dally, erc«pt Sunday. Ar
rives Petersburg 6:18 P. M.f
-;-- Weldon 8:20 P. M., and Rocky
Mount 9:30 P.M.;, makei? au:
,_ .'■'-' intermediate stops.
«:48 P. IL; Daily." : Arrives ;Pet«rsburg
7^i p. >i.- connects -with
: ; NorroUc and Western for
i ; : ; . Norfolk ; and: intermedlata
- ■■■■-...■ : . points: . fimporia, 9:10 I± (con- ■
nec?» wJ th a. . ■ and D. .-.:■ for :
1 v - ' .stations.
: and L*wrencevllle). Weldon
8:68 P. .if;. Fayettevllle 12:1J
A. \L, Charleston 3:o* A. M.,
- - . Savannah 7^)4 -A.. M., Jack-;
-;-i^ 3 ;2$::&S; p °' ;i
■; cMS^'^^ms^
: ' : mg -Augusta 810 A; zv; Ma
con.-li^A.-M.,; Atlanta 1205^
- p - 'M.rPultaan Sleepers New
Yorlc to Wilmington, Uharlea
ton; Jacksonville,. Port Tar- 1
. - Pa, Augusta, and Macon.'
©.•OO P. M.V Bally. Arrives Peteraburg
9:39 P.:M., Weldon 11^0 P.
, M. /MRJies, local stops »e
.; tween Petersburg "and-Wel
.; . don.^Arrive3 Lynchburg 2:15
' iV :M^ : K °anoke, Va;, r 4:SO A."
; : • > ,M.; Bristol, Va..: 10:40 -A, M.
Connects at Emporla for
- ; - Denyille, Va.,- arriving 5:35 ;
' A.: M. Pullman Sleeper, Rich,
;i« ** ■« -.? mond to Lynchburp. -
10:45 P. M., Dally, Arrives . Peteraburg
TRAIXS ARKIVBI BICHMOHtt.
37.3 A; ;jt, .- JJajii , ; iroii! . . jUc*v.auuviiie.
Savannah, Charleston, At-
lanta, Alacon, Augusta ■ and
•:.; all points South. "
8:15 A. M., Uaily, excsipf Sunday, from
• -^-Atlanta, Athens. Balaigh,'.
. • .:- rlend«raon, . Lynchburg, ami
::;.-. ..' the .West. ;,.-•:
.. 8:37 A.. M.. Daily, :. -except" Sunday, p©.
■':;--- :-.- .; ; ■tereburg.j'V-Hl.*-:::: .---■'■ ■ -. ■'
8:OO A. M.; Sunday 0..; ; from Atlanta.
: : : Aliens. Raleigh, Henderson!
. JLynchbur^,.and theWest^
11-.10 A. M-, Dally,;: except Sunday.- 'from
Goldsboro' . and ; interme
diate Norfolk, and
Suffolk.
ll:O5 A. M.. Suuaay only. From Norfolk,
Suffolk, and Petersburg.
1-^fi P. M.,. Daily, except Sunday, from
:• Petersburg. .' . """^
,:6:5C P. M.; Daily. From Norfolk. Suf
■;■). folk, and -Petersburg
7:25 P.M., Daily. ; From Miami Port.
': v Tampa-rvJacksonville.^'Savan
nah, Charleston Wilmln.r
ton, and all
points South.
8:B6 P. M., Daily. : From - Petersburg.
Lynchburg. and West.
. T. M. EMERSON
J. R. KENL.Y, ; : Traffic Manager.
: : General- Manager. i^wr-- -;.;-■
H. -M.: EMERSON,
General ; Passenger Agent, v: :
.-'"'■ l;-? CyS; CAMPBEIJvS
■ 3a14: v Division Fasaenger Agent . .
D . r P. p Bichmond, Fratoic^;
ii«! hQi 111 1 burg and Potomac.
Schedule in Effect "Ajp'ril 18, 1900.
LEAVE BYRD-STREET STATION.
3:3 aA. M.,; Daily, for Washington and
;\ ; points ; North. Stops - only at Mil
:J: J - iord- and -I'redericksburg.' Pullman
Sleepers to : New: YorK/,:.
. 8 :iSO r A. M. V . Sunday • only, for Washing
ton : and -points.. North: Stops -at
Eba, Glen Allen, Ashland. Tay
. lorsville, ' Doswell,- Ruther Glen,
Penola; Milford, Woodslane, -Gui
nea, Summit,-. aFredericksbursr
: Brooke, : and Widewater. -Pullman
■ . car. " :-:■ ;"-.:. -' ; :v ..■ ":. ■"- - ; ,-"
H:45 A. M.,' Daily, except. Sunday, for
■Washington -and..p oints -North.
v Stops at Elba, Glen, Allen. Ash
land; Taylorsville, Doswell, Ruther
Glen, ; Penola, Milford. Woodslane,:
Guinea, Summit, •: " Fredericksburg,
Brooke, and Widewater. Pullman
■' : : ; ' car. :-r ;-■.-■:.■' ■■ ■ ■_, -:■- ■.-;.-: .- ■- -
13:00 M., : Daily, %. except Sundays for'
Wa'shiagton and points North.
Stops at 'Elba, Glen Allen, • Ash
:. land,- Doswell,- Milford, and Fred
ericksburg.S; Parlor car. Connects
with - Congressional - Limited' at
; Washington.-; . .■■',.•'■: -;•- r
T:45 P. M.; Daily, for Washington and
points North. Stops at Elba, Ash
land, :Doswell,;Milford, Fredericks
burg,; Brooke, and Widewaterl'
Stopsat other stations .Sundays.:
• -Sleeper Richmond .-to' New; York.
c, Sleeper Washington to Philadel
i ; : phia..^ _. . " ;_ . .;.:> ,: ; :- ;;, ;.
ARRIVE BYRD-STREETSTATIOX.
S:4O A. M., Daily." Stops at" Widewater,
• . Brooke, Fredericksburg, : Milford,-'
■'---./-. Cosweli. Ashland,'- and 'Elba. Stops
: •■' •'. ' . ai ; ; others stations -j Sundays.". Sieeper
New York to^ Richmond.. : .
; S :0O P. M., Daily/ : except ■ Sunday! Stops
I'- at. Fredericksburg, > Milford, Dos
';'..- well,-- -Ashland, ; Gien> Allen,- and
: Elba: ;Parlor- car; from : Washlrfgton.
0:28: P. vaf , /-Daily: ■**. Stops ; only -at -, Frede
.'-"..: - ■• ricksburg.r-rDoswell. ': Ashland." 1 -- and'
' -- :: Elba; -Pullman cars from
:;: - ; York. vv,y.r.-:-:.- -'■.;-;■ ;<;:-;■ - -- ■*&, ■.- ;:
«B:4o:P.M.>vDaiiy.^Stops' at Widewater,
-; - ' ; Brooke, "Fredericksburg,".. -Summit '
;' .-': '-■=• Guinea, : - Milford, - Pe
' - nola, Ruther iGlen,~. Doswel!,'«Tay
; lorsville, Ashland,: Glen -Allen, -and
: -v ?-. ■ElDa.'-:-Sleepinsrcar.r: . ... .
r (ACCOMMODATION ATRAIXS; ;
-, (Daily except Sunday.)" 7 :r,
;T:l2 -A: M;;. Leaves ;>E!ba;for:QuanticoJ
-4:00, P. 'M.-.;- Leaves.;: Byrd - Street for
;v. .^v- Frededcksburg. ;:v:' ■.. :. ■■■....-- : -.-- ,-■=-- \ ■
K. 0 :3O P. '•• M: ;. Leaves .--Elba'- for. 'Ashland _"
v : ~; « :4O A. M;; r Elba v from ~Ash!and
? 8:25 A. Arrives j.Byrd-Street: from
-Ay;.:_ Fredericksburg^ ; - : •
; ' 6 :05 P. • M., Arrives Elba from Ashland -
I Manager v
£ E.i;TvsD:MMyers^President. ap 20
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
FRENCH HAL.
CompngnleGeaerai,
HUsS" . - T*«»«»f lantiqne. :
'DIRECT^: IJNB TO HAVRB^-PARISi
Iff Sailing .jflveryiThursdar at. 10 a. mBSI
'-From v: Pier -No.:^42,;:, North/ . river. V- foot-.
Morton street. ■ -->;.••' -
'La^Gascognfc.iMy 1 < (llafßretagrie^ Junel7j
L*' Auu'talna-Mayj 24 i-a^Lorraine^June 14^
teAecommodatlonßirt-^^sdUnither-Graads's
>Hotels- du^Trocadero during s the ggJKarlsl
JKxDOsitton.
£3 General ? Agency for ??nited? States 'gfatuti
: Canada?! 33 ißxoadway,^ New* 3f ovl&mmmm.
Company,^ ooifkaiffi
istreet. Andrew Welsh. 9J.3 '^eastmMalni
s, s ffi^^^g L^«^-^^^
1 .. . IMII schedule in ££>*• -
iEAVE RICHMOND, »YJiD-STp
lo^S'M.vRICHiiONI) ANT. ■»
s^P* " bar?" lr,^ « P«S
r j >;i"6 t - vv a veriy - ana c— *»—
■Knoxvllle; : and Chattfe 01
: 6:48 P.M.. Fr- Suffolk. Xorfolk »«»
-"tanooya. Limited. p^S^t
: berths readr, for o^ a *i
at ; S:3O P.M. Also? Pu?fi^
, . Sleeper :Petersbur X ->m o lni
rains i arrive Richmond from t» u
fc:;rs-and-the West daily at s--f M >
Ea«t at 11 :03 'A. M.. and YE^ T H «»
LJMITED atT p. M.
Office :S3B Main street.
« " JOHN, -E. WAG^FT?
* City Ptoengerand >Tlc ASt. !
- • "» : -^.^" n- OU3LET '
: _ D'atrict -Passenwp A-p at
I^^^^^ CHESAPEAKE
RAILWAY.
Schedule In Effect May G. 1900, from
: ; : " ;Richmbml.
LEAVE BROAD-STREET ST VTIOY
, 7:OOA. M., Daily local for N e wcorV
News, JOld Point, and Norfolk!
Parlor car. ' :■'- **
9:OOA. M.;-, Dally "Fast Line " for
; -.:; ..Newport vNews, Old Point, "x or .
- folk, and Portsmouth. Parlor car
- .This train stops only at William-i
; ... burg. .;: . ."■ .
'3.45 P. M., Daily Local, for Xetvnort
. : ..-'■-'. :, News, V Old Point. Norfolk, and
Portsmouth.. Pullman to Old Point
10 20 A.. M-. :e.xcept Sunday. Local t»
Clifton Forge. Connects for
Orange. :Calver ton, Manassas, arvl
. 'Washington.
2.15 P. M., Daily Limited, to Cincinnati,
Louisville, and St. Louis. Pullman
-cars. Connects at Orange
■': --with "Southern railway north, of
-. :. Orange, and connects for Virginia.
.: HotJ Springs. No. 7, local train.
except Sunday, follows above train
: from Gordonsville to Staunton.
5.30 P. M:, Doswell Accommodation, es
"» cept Sunday. '
1O:3OP. M. t DaUy, F. F. V.. to Cincin
• ■-'■ nati and Lo*t!svi!le. Pullmaa
Sleeping -car. CONNECTS FOR
-■ VIRGINIA" HOT SPRINGS.
LEAVE VEIGHT-STREET ST.VTIOV.
10:30 A. M.7 Daily, for Lynchburg, Lex
ington, and Clifton Forge. Con
nects, except -Sunday, with Buck
■ ingham and. Alberene branches.
5:OOP. M., Except Sunday, Columbia
Accommodation.
TRAINS ARRIVE BROAD-STREET
STATION.
.8:00 A. M.,! except Sunday, from Dcs-
S-30 A. ji.,'and 3:SO P. M.. Daily, from
Cincinnati and Louisville.
1150 A. M., T:1O P. IL. and 10:30 P. 11..
Daily, from Norfolk and Old Point.
T:4SP. M./ -Except Sunday, from CUf
ton Forge. :'■• : '<
TR \rXS ARRIVE EIGHTH-STREET
STATION.
S-4O A. JI., Except Sunday, from Colcm
: . : v "bia. ; -' .' '■■-'- • ' -•':
6:20 P. M-, Daily, from Lynchburg. Lex
■" ington,;and Clifton Forsje. Except
Sunday, from New Castle and Ros
.:■ - .ney." ■'•• -..: : : ":
For detail Information, connections, etc..
apply at Richmond Transfer office. No. StU
oast Main street;.: Chesapeake and Ohio
Passenger Office, No. 809 «ast Main street;
Station Ticket ■ Offices, or address
■ ■:-■;-;!■ ' ; ■■'.: JOHN D. POTTS,
Assistant General Passer.?er Agent.
SOUTHERN
RAILWAY.
Schedule Efleitive April 2, 1000.
'„ TRAINS LEAVE HICUJHON'D, VA.
ll;OO p. M... No. 11, Southern Expres3,
daily, for Atlanta, Augusta, Jack
; sonville,; and points South. Sleeoer
' \ for. Danville," "■>' Greensboro', SaJis
% bury, and Charlotte, open at Rlch
, mond aSOrP.' M. Stops for passea
gersat local stations.
Connects at Danville and Char
: .lotte: with. New -.York and Florida
- Express (No. 33), carrying througa
. sleepers -between New York ana
- . Tampa, -with -connections for a«
Florida "points. Also, connects a:
: -_ Danvihe and Charlotte with Wash
ington and "Southwestern llmltea
> (No.' 3D, -carrying through -sleepers
-.between New York and Nashville,
New York: and Memphis, New Ttori
and Ji New. i Orleans; also. Fullnun
tourist steeper Mondays, Wednes
days, and Fridays Washington to
■- ' San . Francisco without change,
. i. with connections, for all points m
Texas," Mexico, .and California.
13;O1 P. M.. No. 7, solid - train daily rar
Charlotte, N. C. Connects at MO3«
ley with Farmville and Powhatan
:'.:■'■■■•. railroad: At Keysville for Ciark3
vile. Oxford. Henderson, and Dur
; ham, and at Greensboro" ror pur
ham :Ralei S h.:and Wln^oa-Salem.
■at Danville Z with -No. 35. United
': States fast, mail, solid tram, dallj
for New Orleans and; points bou.h.
■which carries ; sleepers^ New \o.<
to New Orleans, and New tork to
'■ Jacksonville, connecting for Nassai
■--'- - and Havana-; Through sleeper Sa
: ; lisbury to; Memphis. Buffet fa»°r
.Car between Richmond and iJan
000 P. •■■: < M.', No. 17, local daily except
. Sunday. ; for : Keysville and inter
;J mediate: points. „„..„
TRAINS AItBIVE 15 RICHMOXD.
6^25 P. M.) From Atlanta, Auffasta.
. Asheville, andall points Sou r th - to . a i
8:40 A. M-;- from Keysville and local
LOCaT'fKEIGHT TRAIS. I .
.N05.61 and 52, "between Manchester an*
Neapolis..-;' / - '- '--■ ''' -
;YORK-RIVER:LiNE, yi £>£f T
THE I- FAVORITE ROtTE >ORTH.
LEAVE RJCH3IOXD.
■1:30 P. M.,; No.- 15, iBa'umore *:
. r --. daily; -except sSucdays, " r ;J e r;
■ • Point and; ? ; intermediate
■ .". . making J close , connection at ■ v»ea.
:^Poinfvwlthisteamer^for.rßaUlmore;
32:30 P.: M.; No. 10. local exp;fts=> ";
'West Point' and -intermediate f™/
'tions. Connects with; stage a<. jg-r
ter Manor for Walkerton and Tap
pahannock: ' also. -:■ a t W. esc Pom.
. with steamer. for Baltimore, fctop*
: . at all stations.: ;.; v , T ««vm
- 5«O \: M.. No. 74.: local mls?d. Leaves
v ' . . dally.i except ■ Sunday.-Jxom J- »r
. rinla-Street- Station for/VTest ?oi«
-; and'interraediate-statlons. conneci
- ■ : his: -with? stage at ,l>ster Slano
' : .for •W3"wt~i:-:»nr] „Toi»o-»h*nnncs
TaAINSARIIIVE}IXIRICH3IOXU.
O-lis^.aL:duily^from West i'oiut. with
• .*..-. connscuon -from Baltimore eicspt
10:i5 A^M^EXcept •■Sundays and iloa
> G-4O p a> M.."?claUyV except ■ Sunday, f roni
.v. v * : iWest -Point an«t r intermediate sta.v"
Steamers jTeave. West Point daH>*.
v, except' Sundays, 5:S<) P. 11-.arn^-
Ins - Baltimore s s a- M.: retvrnin*.
. .>, le£ve ;BaiUmore at X P. il dal!y%
except Sundays,- arriving Rfch&oart
-: '■; -"Stearners'cailat Gloucester poir.:
and Almond'siWharf Tuesudy?.
* Thursdays.- and: : ' Saturdays ;: Yor<c- ;:
..town and -Clay Bank. Mor.cays,
Wednesdays.- and Fridays. _
WSM?*: .:::" ;-; CSW^tVKSTBURY. v -
- Traveillns^Passenser /Agent.
■j»-east M«in"-stre« ; -
RJchnJond.^a- ;
J.M..CULP.- "- W. A. TURK.
Traffic Manager. -; :i GenrrPa"^, Asent. ; .
feg&j^i- . , ' .. -F. P. ;GANNO>; '--'-:: :
; Third {V^P-Presm^t^nd^Cenpra^Jratt- ; .
■^fc^teFISS^HeSS/flstatemeaia.fei^ 51^;:.
fH^^^Noti^Hej^s;^^!^.?!^^ ll^ ■ .
§D^ge»»^&c.*f sprinte^by^the y>'3 ??? c ? /;•_-
i Company i; at jlow.3 prices. AVili. give y°H, -.
iigodd^wbrk^at the same prices;you:p3^i 0 '
v :
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