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the news, about oil stoves? They- have
been perfected so that they now; equal
any stoves made for * cooking efficiency,
safety, beauty and convenience. The
most economical stove you can use and
the most comfortable in hot weather is the
J» lue '"Oil %tfivfe
Flame Hj^-B-fi. utu? v .
It burns the same oil you use in your
lamps, at a cost of one-half cent an hour ,
for a burner. Makes, no soot and no ,
odor. Sold in all sizes. If your dealer j
docs not have them, write to.
e-raMnoßn OIL COMPANY.
We Sen the Puritan WickEess Blue-Flame 1 can be seen in operation at our store.
OIL STOVE "~T Ny KL-EIN & SON,
1W&&-* : fi -.\> .S4 B- B " 'I 620 K. Uroad Street. KICH3IOND,' VA.
- ' '„;,,. (mT2G-jat,TaA,Th-;iin>-
the acknowledged
King '-of Bottled
Beers, possesses
every element that
makes a perfect and delicious brew. *
Nearly three quarters of a billion
bottles of this famous brand have
been consumed— a world's record.
The product of
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis. U. S. A.
yff f^~ fi/^£} 9 Faracus the world over for its tonic qualities,
f&'L£&&&^%£&&i-& / £&& T-commended by physicians everywhere, is
& ©• 0> *<•"•* prepared by this association.
TIUIJI'.VAL, OK JUSTICE JOiiX.
H«» Had an OrUinardy Coterie o£
Siiiner.s — Who They Wore.
Justice John had just an ordinary
dock et as piece de resistance in the Police
Court yesterday morning.
Willie Harris (colored) was charged
■with _beiHg a. fugitive from justice, as
dispensed _in Newport News. The mail
was held until the 14th. to allow the
Newport News police to come for him.
Hezekiah Dickerson and Leachia Jones
(colored) were charged with being sus
picious characters. Each v.-as required
to give security in 5-lfK) for thii-ty days.
Milton Johnson (colored) and George
Howard, also colored, were up for fight
ing. Joh'.ison was allowed to go free,
but Howard was fined SJ and the costs.
John Children was charged with slap
ping Mrs. -Sue M. Chiklress. - He was
r&quired to give $100 security for thirty
days.
Sarah Preston (colored) appeared
labelled with tho Charge of trespassing
on the premises of Lucinda Robinson. She
was fined 52.50 and. the costs.
W. T. Farmer. John S. Wells, and
W. .. Pearee were chary-ed with loafing on
Pine and Spring streets, ~ to the annoy
ance Qf the neishborhood. The hearing
went over until this morning. .
Samuel V&.ughan (colored! was a sus
picious characU'J-. He. was invited to give
security iv $100. for thirty days. ■
Taylor Blown (.colored i save a beating
\q Cal'le Jones. The line was $10, -which
\va,s paid.
The, remaining cases were very" ordi
nary.' ■
. l\r<»i>i'rty Transfers. •—*'■■
Richmond: Robert L. Chiles to Fannie
D. Chiles, 20 feet on west side Reservoir
Street, IS feet south of Wallace. 55.
; C. L. Dencon to William O. Doggett,
Stl -feet on north sido Marshall street,
IS 11-I* : ' f eeti- west of Henry, $2,250. •
"Marion L. Dawson to Hill Montague,
3» interest in 33 feet \. on north side
Floyd avenue/ S6 feet east of Plum street
Jl.ooo.
Thomas. McLauchlan ■ and wifo to
Chtisapeak© and Ohio Railway Company,
$&a ftjet on north side Poplar street, 19
ttfct w«st of A^-h, JCCCIO. ": v '
: Benjamin L. Purcell and wife to
Qeorg« D. Peannan, 34-1-3 feet on west
Sid© "10th street, 147 feet north of Clay,
SS-S o^ . - .... '■'"• :■,.
■; ;. G-.' D. Peaniian and wife to Mrs.' Ann
■McKinley,. 40 feet on west side Twenty
second street, 121 feet north of Marshall,
52,800.
'■:■ Cliarles White and wife to Chesapeake
;and- Ohio Railway .Company, triangular
lot on east side Elm street, 105 feet south
; of; Poplar, ?200.
Henrico: '■-. Samuel Garnett, St., to Amy
"Garnett, his wife, 10 acres 4 miles east
of-.. Richmond,- $3. -
'•••: John W. Quarles and wife to Highland
-Park- Company, lots 14 and 15 \\\ square
8. Highland Park, $1,750.
. Crowing: in' I'ubliu Kavor.
Tho Kind Words Society increases in
membershii) with each portormance of
the Giffen. Company at the Academy,
and It will be a matter of a. very short
lime, until its merits are known through
out the city. '"The Wife". has created a
unanimously favorable impression, and
The individual' members of the "company
have already won for themselves a fol
lowing. - Commtincing, Monday ■evening,
tho L bill '- will . be changed to "A" Social
liighwaymun,"- entirely new here, but
with' a mr-ord" of .'success elsewhere*'' that
few plays havo over attained. Everybody
comments upon the cool, pleasant tem
peraiuro of the theatre, and the iced-air
"THE POPULARITY OF ,
is chiefly due to its irrepi-oacliable. character."
. ,: * . 1 he I^iines:
"DRINK NOTHING but Natural Mineral Water, such as
Apolhnaris, free from all vegetable poisons." '■
; .. ' . ■: . ; - ;■■ , Boston Journal.
electric-fan system is declared a huge
success. A matinee performance of "The
Wife" will be given at 2:30 .to-day.
SUES LANDLORDS.
Deatli of a Lady Causes Suit u>- Her
Ailministrator — City Courts.
The administrator of the late Jeannette
May Harvey charges that , the owners of
the building in which she lived are re
sponsible for her death, and on yesterday
instituted suit in the Law and Equity
Court for ?5.C00. The style, of the suit is
Albert S. Harvey, administrator, against
C. F. and C. L. Saver and Elizabeth
Saver Dunston. The house in question is
No. 2111 east Broad street. It. is charged
that the plumbing was defective.
Suit has been instituted in the Circuit
Court by John M. Everett, administrator
of Arthur L. Everett, against the Penn
sylvania Steel Company, for §10,000. The
suit grows, out of the viaduct horror on
lower Main street. '
In the Circuit Court to-day the trial of
William Woodson, the negro convict, who
killed a cellmate some time ago, will com
mence. •
The largest suit brought against the city
recently will come up for trial Monday in -
the Law and Equity Court. The suit is
that of the Gallegd Mills Company
against the city for $35,000, on account of
the flooding of plaintiff's cellar by. water
from city culverts and; sewers.
In the Hustings Court yesterday John
Foster (colored) \vr - found guilty of car
rying concealed weapons, and given thirty
days in jail and fined-SSO.
In the , City Circuit Court judgments
were rendered as follows: In favor of T \
M.Wortham against W. G. Goodman for
51t>1.25, and in favor of B. D. Chalkley &
Co._against W. F. Clegg& Brother, for .
In the Chancery Court Wickl iff e' V
Abraham qualified as guardian o<~ John B*
and Annie, L. Abraham.
THE SYSTEM -AVORICS AVELL.
First Use of UertiUon System He
ss«lts in liideiititioatiou of Criminal
Chief-of-Police Howard's first measure^
ment of -a criminal by the Bertillon sys
tem-is demonstrated to have been a per
fect success. Frank Preston, an alleged
pick-pocket, was photographed, and then
measured according to the system.- - The
picture and the measurements were for
warded to Superintendent George \l
Porteous, of the National Bureau of IdeV
tification by the Bertillon system, at Chi
cago.- • ■ • " • ■* .-
On yesterday the Chief's mail brought
an acknowledgment of the measurements'
with the information that "Preston" is*
one Frank Smith, who was arrested in
Detroit July C. 1890, as a suspicious char
acter. Chief Howard was complimented
upon his iirst success.
.The .'Mayor. Sworn lv.
Mayor Richard M. Taylor, recentiy
elected, to succeed himself, qualilit^ yes
terday for the ensuing term, which dates
from July Ist. Mayor Taylor took the
cath of. office before Judge S. B - Witt
on a IMble presented Mrs. Tavlor by
City Clerk, Ben T. August six years'. ago
upon the occasion of the swearing in of
Mayor Taylor for his first term The
Mayor is ; sworn regularly every two
years on this same Bible, which is" hij?h
ly prized both by himself and Mrs.
rrotutlinc Piles— No Cute, Xo "Pay"'"
Your druggist will rafund your: money
if.Pazo Ointment fails to cure you. Fifty
m^^^G^E9M^MFlmMWMmm^^mmm^^mm
PENSION PAYMENTS.
THE AUDITOR OF 'PUBLIC ACpOUXTS
V IS ISSUING WARRANTS.
HO MEW CLAIMS IRE BEIHG PAID.
Pensioners on Oltl Roll Arc First to
Receive Their Stipend — Xcw ■ Mili
tary Coinyanies — Board o£ Canvass
ers — Caiutol IVotes. ■
The payment of. pensions is in full pro
gress at the Auditor's office. About 2,003
of the 3,500 pensioners on the old roll,
have been paid.
None of those whose applications have
been acted upon by the" county pension
boards, created by the last General As
sembly, have been paid yet. They will
not be until the old pensioners have re
ceived their portions./ It is estimated
that about §106,000 will have been paid
out to veterans and widows of veterans
before the pension boards' list is reached.
The General Assembly estimated that the
Commonwealth would pay out a .total of
$135,000 in pensions this year."
Mr. E. L. C. Scott, of Auditor Alarye's
office, is the "pension artist," as he is
termed by his associates, having for years
made out the warrants for pensioners,
which are cashed at the Treasurer's of
fice. .- ■;
MILITARY COMPANIES.
Governor Tyler, after conferring with
Adjutant-General Nalle, has deterrniiied
to authorize the formation of no. more
military companies In places where com
panies already exist. This order has no
reference to the cities in which com
panies were authorized . Wednesday, in
several of which organizatioxig already
existed. The great aim of Governor Tyler
and Adjutant-General Nalle is to have
the military scattered throughout the
State, so that troops can be assembled
at any point in quick time. V
There are now thirty-two companies of
infantry, in the State; the law limits the
number to thirty-six. Governor Tyler is
very anxious, that the four to be formed
shall be in the Valley and Southwest, and'
in other sections in. which there is not
now any military.
The Board of Public Works was in ses
sion again yesterday considering railway
assessments. The work .will not be com
pleted for several days.
STATE BOARD OF "CANVASSERS.
The State Board of Canvassers will
meet on Monday, June 11th, to canvass
the returns of the recent constitutional
convention election. This is the date fix
ed by the bill -submitting the question of
a convention to the people. The returns
from .Dickenson county are not yet in,
and will. probably not be received. Seve
ral years ago the Dickenson returns had
to be sent for before .they could be ob
tained. T No re.turns of the N v election, of
ISB9, when Hon. P. W. . McKinney was
chosen Governor, were sent to " the "Secre
tary of the Commonwealth from Scott
county, and the county election officials
refused to give them up to a special mes
senger sent for. them by the General As-,
sembly. There was. no law compelling
them to do so, nor is there yet any. There
was talk of having one or more of the
county - officials brought before the bar
of the House for contempt, but nothing
came, of it. A joint resolution, reciting
that the returns from Scott had. not been
received, , and that they could in no wisa
affect the result, was adopted, and Cap
tain McKinney was declared elected Gov-.
ernor.
VALLEY FORGE CELEBRATION.
Governor Tyler has received an invi
tation to attend a great celebration at
Valley Forge on the lGth instant, in. com
memoration of the hardships which . the
American soldiers of the Revolution un
derwent in their; . struggle for indepen
dence. The Governors of all the original
thirteen States have been invited, and
'President McKinley has been asked to be
i present. One hundred thousand, people
are expected to attend the celebration.
Governor Tyler has regretting
that he cannot attenu.
VETERINARY EXAMINEP V S.
Governor Tyler yesterday appointed the
following. members of the Slate Board of
\ eterinary Examiners, and Secretary
Lawless - ; has .issued their commissions:
Dr. W. H. Bolyn. Lincoln; Dr. W.S
Daake Leesburg; Dr. W. T. Gilchrist,
Norfolk; Dr. T. M. Sweeney, Richmond;
■Ur. H. Bannister,; Roanoke. The^ new
board- will serve for four years from the.
date of commissions, which is, May 1, 1900.
- /;.-. CAPITOL NOTES. -\.;v
The Governor has been asked to :attend
Bm.V^f"! 1 ' 111 reunion of Roosevelt's
-Rough Rideris, which. will, be, held at
Oklahuma; City, July lst-5th t inclusive:
A swarm of bees— genuine,, hard-work
. Ing,. honey-makers-have taken possession'
o^ one of the- squirrel-boxes in the-Caoi
tol- Square, .and Mr. Richardson, who'is
bupermtendent of -Grounds and Buildings,
as well: as .Register ; be the Land Office/
expects to have a honey crop to harvest 1
m.due, time. ;Jt, is supposed- the squirrels
;did not/contest the : invasion ot'the bees.'
I v Governor : Tyler : apuohited- Mr. Edgar
.■v._ ; ,-js.ngiisji; of this city, 'a notary public
yesterday. .-.:.;. ■;-:.: -• : -' :-^-. ;
.Th^Aets-of the last Assembly are be
:?ng dei?vered.as ; rapi,ily,as.they can^be
lecelveds from, the: binder. - r : U .
- : George, Y. ; Hundley, member of the
Houses of Delegates^ .from-llathewsVcbun-'-.
.ty.rwus- at theCupitoliyesterday:^ '
•■VTV T - "" y :rU - Campbell; of >HanoverVi and
Mr. A;; G.iSmlth,fof Caroliri'e,iSuperlnten- ;
:dent of Schools, for- their respectivo^cbun^
:^^wero^callors,;at^thGL.Dep>rtmentidf
l lib. ie Instruction yesterday. : .
11 ■Bahhoh^ Supefinien^ent
of.PublicrPrlnting, w ho has been confined
'ilPikis'* home I by^slckness for several^ays;;
.wasiable^o^belat^hlsSdeEkvyeaterday^"^
,^l^bor :Commiß6ioneriJa^es^B. J-DbliertyJ -Dblierty
is- st il 1 absen t i f romUhe iei cf ty; bhi business^
Colonel William; Henry.:Slann7?of;Pe
.tersburg,7;;Clerlc>;of: the:;House;£of/V;Dele-
; gates,ai:d: .Ke>!p'?r;'of^ the.;iio)ls, : was; at
his foffico\yester.]ay, 'having; Just 'returned
;from?a"ltrip'tb Lbiijsville; Ky. < - .
DONtT^VAIiKJCPSTAinS^
XeTr ■ Elevator in V C.^Vf O. Oißces—
" ".'■ ■•: ■■■-■;; / Rnilrimd >,'oies/ •„;-.,
; The>'Passengcr --elevator; in, the "general
offices;; of Mhe icfesapeake -and "pi-ilo.'-at ■
Eighth and. Main streets, has been prac-:
tically' completed,, and was V put 1o -Use
yesterday, afternoon.'- :i1..-, is. : ; an electric
hydi-auiic elevator^ put in by a Phiiadfi]
phia!-company,' through' A": : 15.; Sheltoh >& :
C0.,j.0f ~ this's city,;;and under: the, super
vision"^ of Mr. James"' McConville. ' It ; Ss
the only one of the; kind in. Richmond;;
costing -55,000.',. Mr. :J.V E. Wade, of "this
city, . is the -engineer -in. charge -of the
building. .
The" installation' of : the -elevator ..is an
improvement so . great that At ? wasXthe
uppermost ; . topic in ;; all the offices : in the*
building yesterday. It and other, improve
mentU put in since last wjnter's fire make
the -Pace..- building-/ one of Hhe- niost
thoroughly- modern -}h' . appointments in
the ; city.. i.The' fire is regarded by: the
Chesapeake -and Ohio people -as being
somewhat of a blessing in disguise. /
Mr. C. S. Campbell,, division freight and
passenger agen t 'of ■ the .- -Atlantjc-Cqast'
Line,': who hais been, ill -at. his home, at
Staples's Mill, is again in hjsolce.
Mr." J. C. "West, the excursion agent": of
the Chesapeake :ahd has recovered
from a recent severe illness; and left
yesterday for Willoughby Beach to spend
several .days. . -... ,_ . : . . : . .
. Mr. J.. Newton" Snead, Jr., formerly of
thifs city, has recently " been placed in
charge- of. the rate and revising depart
ment in the freight. office of. the, Alabama
Great Southern, in ; Birmingham. ' Mr.
Snead has many friends ,in this city „ who
will congratulate him on his promotion.
Mr. C. W, Murphy, of^ Savannah. :Ga.,
travelling passenger "agent of the South
ern Pacific, was at the local offices" of the
Southern.
Mr. -..8..:F. Sipp, commercial insurance
superintendent of the. Big Four, arrived
here, and ■is the guest; of his ■ brother, Mr.
George S. Sipp, car-feervice agent of $he
Chesapeake and Ohio.
Bleeding: Filen-^No Care, 3fo Pay.
Your druggist ; will i^efund your money
if Pazo Ointment fails to cure you. Fifty
cents. " ■■ -. ; -, -. ■ . "
Petcrslmrg 31a.n's Petition.
In the Clerk's office of the United
States District Court yesterday a peti
tion in bankruptcy was filed by Alfred
Reinach, of Petersburg,: through Attor
ney James T. Rawley, of.that city. Lia
bilities, $4;03G.55; assets, -nominal.
Eingworur—Xo Cure, ?fo Pay.
Your druggist will refund your money
If Pazo Ointment fails to cure you. Fifty
cents. ■" ' .■ . . "•. .-" ■ .
"Will Play Cricket.
A match game of cricket will be played
at the Exposition-Grounds this afternoon
at 3 o'clock sharp, between the Henrico
county and Richmond Cricket Club teams.
No admission fee will be charged.
The Best l J reacrn»tloj» for Chills
and Fever, is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. The formula is plainly; printed
on each package. It is simply Iron and
Quinine In a tasteless form, and' js con>
pounded in ' correct T proportions. The
reason imitators do not . advertise their
formula is because they know you would
not buy their'medicine if you knew its
ingredients. Grove's is the original, and
Is the only chill and fever remedy sold
throughout the entire malarial section of
the United States. No cure, no pay. Prlea
60 cents.
Oenulne
ILI/lt? JUIYt?! JTiiipa
Piflust Bear Signature of
See Fac-Sinillo Wrapper Below.
I Very mssU'end as easy
] to taikia as srgar.
FOB HEADACHE,
FOR DIZZINESS;
FOR BIUOUSHESS,
FQR TORPID LIVER.
FOR COMSTIPATJQK.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FGRTKEGG&IPLEXSGEI
3P«S3 WVISTHAVtStOWATUHC.
{^ i » a £5i
28 i tents Purely -5
" CURE rt "* ! * MS? VHACHE.
CTh SaTu&w).
- d^^^i-' : ''-' -'"PARKeiI'S-. ■" I
WglMm HAIR BALSAM
i^^Q^^Si^S Clcaniea and beautifies the hair.
. jßHSsslllir* feS Promotes a luxuriant growth,
■ sW&fts!S==ii w£§ Ifevep Pails to Hestore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
VsSjCTfe=-^@S Prevents Dandruff and hair f alline.
K-ftggggg -''^TT COc-'Pd gift) at DroggUts. |
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BQ C BIM ESTEB ' S ENGLISH
tik! c»r O'ldnnl and iiulf Genuine. -v
t«SSATE^ Always reUabie. Ladles, ask Drujciit
£^v itti KED and Gold . metallic ■ boxS. : ieaW '
* vfA 7» Uh blue ribt)0 °- Joke no other- Kefusa
* vfi» J»a"ceroußJ »a"cerouB Substitutions and Isnita
y ft) «»«»•• ' U"7 ot yoar Draggist. or send 4c. in !
•r *% - «a««p« for- Partleulara, Testimonials
_ jbl and "RclleT for La«Uc£» ia l«ff° tr ?"
f" i. £ ara 31|UL 3 *.000 Testimonials. Sold bj
-ar—,U .vi '"" r>ru SSi |!> -»- .CUlchcMep Chemical Co.,
MenUoa thu paper. Und}ns. a H-iuai-e, PKII-A.. Pa!
: (my O-W.Sat&Sun&w^e o wly) ,
• Lli^#B^^.6.S!^a' : "l
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Iticht^iontl^Ya;, 8, 1900.;*
. , NOTICE .TO -PAINTERS:.. ,--.- ..'
. Estimates -will be 'received^at'thia oiSce'
- untjil-: 'noon -MQNDAII,".: June ;;ISth, for
■PAINTING 'AND :;KALSOMTNING '■ THE
iJIIGH^ SCHOOL': BUILDING,^ V .• ■ :. : : ;
j^Specifieaitions on: application; at -this i-of-".
;flce. ; -The School Boardv.reserves I ; theirigh t
to::reiect{any :or.aU.:bids.; Bonds Avill-be
required : with^ contract;-'.-- AS .£>..■'-';; O : ."
By.' -order pf.l'.Buildiiis^andv/Furriitura
Committee. . .'-;■■... '-. "^:';-./^;V-. y :i^".. i.-/- :- -'■? ■
1 " • CHARLES "P. WALI«XiRD,
r:je9,lQ,l2&lJ-4t::.r :je 9,1Q,12&1J-4t: :. Clerk ;^ 'and?. Supervisor/,-*;;;
p. ;'; XOTIcisH : T6;^COXTUAOTORS.f : ;
;:-r : Williamshursr/ ; A*si-i s^lune ;n, : IGOA.
r-i SEAU-: D * PROPOSALS i will?be| received ■
.^at I ?the'iofflce'*'of^li'^W.i:. ! liane";:; - Jr.7^where
E plans i and ?, specifications 'i uan'ibe'i Eeen,"2f or ;
the 1 TWO-STORY BRICK. ;
VWOOD,r ANPMmON^KNITTING^MILtrf
'-Bid.ss.\vin;;be?openearfat%ll; o'clock A- M, r
is ,i-u
; served; to -reject any .and all bids'.
jPresidentgS.WilliamaburgMKnltting^Mniai l
; Company, . i 0i 0 S-3t ,
njktiußOJUf jusmxm:
P^y *V& Q^^^a^^i 'v&ffitf'rfi* i q^«?^^^B
IheQuickest Time.
Mlk' and Western Railway.
;Three Daily Trains. .
Richmond to Norfolk.
• In effect May 27, 1DO(;.
l v. NORFOLK LIMITED. ' , '. . '
Leave ■ Richmond ::\:.. M.
Arrive Norfolk/.:... .;::.. : ;..:..-:ll£D Ai M.
: V -OCEAN -.SHORE LIMITED. ;/..;".--
Leave Richmond...:;. .;.....;.... 3:15 F.M.
Arrive Norfolk."; '. : ":'. ... ......... .5 :35 P- M.'
: . - FAST MAIL. ;, ■ ■'.'
Leave Richmond.... ....... ..;..-.-6:30-P.JL
Arrive; N0rf01k.. ... ...... .... 110:40 J?/:M.
The NORFOLK LIMCTED^ahd OCEAN
SHORE LIMITED ;. are . the finest" and
fastest Itrains in the South. „ Through;
coach to -Virginia - Beach is carried :on
OCEAN SHORE 'LIMTTED.L No change
of: cars; between; Richmond and the At
lantic shore. Close- connections, are/ made
with steamships .of the -Old Dominion
Line for New; York. Chesapeake and Ba>v
lines .for Baltimore, Norfolk and Wash
ington .Line for Washington, Merchants'
and "Miners' Line, for Boston and Provi
dence, ..and Cape Charles Line for. East
ern;Shorel: : ■
This is the only line offering such ad
vantages, and the :
, ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE.,
For all information apply at office, S3S
Main street. . „
, . "^ r - B. BEVILL,
.. General Passenger Agent,
> _/'c: h. bosley, '.;■'.. ,--.
:-; ' ; : District' Passenger Agent, '
JOHN E. WAGNER,
.my 2G-lm" ' "" v City. Ticket Agent.
Mrial Com iaceß
THe Most Skeptical
HEADACHENE
is jnade to relieye Headaches.
T. A. MILLER, 519 E. B&M,
'■■ Branch Under Jefferson Hotel.
tSa, Sun & W)
DEPARTURE OPSTEAMERS. -
R^ STEAMSHIP -COMPANY,
D^ILY LINE
For Sew York, tlie Sorth.. ana £a»t.
PASSENGERS can leave daily except
Sunday at y'A. M. via. Chesapeake and
Ohio and Norfolk and Western or 3-45
P. M. via Chesapeake and Ohio/ or 3-13
P. M- Via Norfolk and Western, connect
ing at Norfolk with direct steamers sail
ing same day, 7:30 P. M.
Steerage passengers can leave by
auxiliary steamers 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 forwarded
daily, exceot Sunday: '
- FROM NJSW YORK
PASSENGERS can leave daily exce^*-
Sunday, from company's pier, 'n o %r
North river, at 3 p. M., for Old Polnr
Comfort and Norfolk, connecting- ■ tvirh
Chesapeake and Ohio and Norfolk an r?
Western trains for Richmond
FREIGHT received and forwarded daily
except Sunday. :U<Ul/|: U<Ul/|
Tickets on sale at Richmond Transfp-
Company's, '9f>3 east Main street- Jeter
son Hotel,- Chesapeake and Ohio "uhd
Richmond and Petersburg depots 'Rich
mond. . Baggage checked through' to all
points-- - '
For further information apply to
JOHN F.- MAYER, Agent
1212 east-Main street, Richmond Va
General Offices: 81 Beach street corner
West street, New York, N. Y.
J. J. BROWiN •
H. B. WALKER, Gen'l Pass. Agent
Traffic Manager. my 18
YIRGISIfIr KAVIGATIOH
K^' COMPANY,
f^^ JAMES RIVER
I DAY LINE,
Steamer Pocshontas leaves every MON
DAY, WEDNESDAY, and : FRIDAY, at
7 A. M.. for -Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old
Point, Newport News, Claremom, and
James-river, landings, and connecting: at
Old Point and Norfolk for Washington
Baltimore and the North.
State-rooms reserved . for the i night at
moderate prices, -.
i Electric-cars direct to the wharf; Fare
only $1.50 'and $1 to Norfolk. Music by
Grand Orchestrion..
Freight received for above-named places
and ail points in Eastern Virginia and
North Carolina. IRVIN WEISIGER,
„ „ , „ General Manager.
K. A. Barber. Jr..- Secretary. a p 10
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
TRANSPDRTATiONCOIVIPANV'S
Steamship Lines.
Routeto'
BOSTOSff, MASS., AXD PUOVIDEXCE
„ l ■ ; -'. : r. i. '
Steamers.-: leave Norfolk .for Boston
MONDAY/ WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY and
SATURDAY; for -Providence .TUESDAY
THURSDAY, and SATURDAY 6P. M. '
Accommodations . and cuisine unsurpass
ed." ■--_■-, '.:'.:'',' : ' ■'■'■'' : ■'.'■ ' *- ■ . -. • -::.
-Passengers and freight taken for all
New. Sngland '; points. -.
Tickets. en sale at C. &O. and N& W
Ry. offices and 903 east Main street ' *
- R:.H. "WRIGHT; Agent.
: sg)"i-4m :■-.'. : . . ' . N orf oik.- Va. .
nLTDE'STEAM BH-lE'ffifV
yy coiiPANY,_ . •jQgsmtb'
PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND; AND
: NORPOLOv STEAMSHIP LINE. "
Appointed sailing- days: .Every TUES
DAY. .. FRIDAY . and SUNDAY at day
•light...... •.-•.•.--' -.;-:.. . •■ : ■--
Freight received- daily. until 5 p K.
For iurtner informsitiQn apply to
J- W. M'CARRICK.
General: Southern Agent; Office, Rocketta
.: W.P, CLYDE \5t > CO
ja^ General Agents. Philadelphia.
' AMERIGAN- : LINJB:r.-
FAST JiXI'AKSS •■/SKHVICE.--
NEW TOi«i: - SOUTHAMPTON — LON
■ .'- - . -.'.'- •■ '. ■ •'•■ DQN. '";_■ '-■■• ";"■-'•■ .- : -:-■ -
Callingr AVestbou a«i at Cherbourg.
; Sailing: Wednesdays at 1) a. M.
St. Louis" . . .-.June 13 | New York. . : . July : 11
St. Pau1: ... . . June 27 St. ; Pau1.. ... .j U ]y ; is
St Louis... V. .July i \ St.- Louis ....July -25'
RED STAR UNE.
NEW ITOP-K. ANTWERP, vPAiUS
- Every ;W«jdnesday : ttt IS J^ooq, .' V:.
Frie'slandi.v.'Juno; 13 [ .Westernland;:Ju!e
'Southwarlv. -Juner 2o l "Kensington. . July v
- . *T"i^ae ■ ssua.mer3 carry > cabin ; and tnlr'd
clas3:,B9.ssent^r3 at.Jow :rates. ' ; -
; international: ; navigation ca,
-■•-. ■■-■:.- ■■ ... - : Piers J4_andls.?NorthHver.
:- - •'.■'■--•■ - '■-- Offlcs/fTS^Broadway^N;' V
i v w. b.. palmer: &!ca*"
; my 15-'B3-;.CU. Th &Sa3y,v;,c£;R} c h; roon fli%v
"; ; - r ; -;:;;-;. :O.CE AX- STB ABISIHPSi :;:'-- '■:
Comoagule ■ Ueftt'taiS ;--'.-:; --'.- : '• ■, ; -v ■ .->;-^- ' ".-■:-■..;.
■?lyc--- :L :\-':~: .- : ; ".;; : :;' : .\S ?rV?V'rranHp.tlauitlquc.
DIRECTisUNE :hTQ: iUAVaEAPAfiIS
,'■-■::-'■■■; '- :> : >' :-; "(Frsmcej.^ };-. ; :' ■■••.-:: *\.,-:. :j ... ---,--. .
.&::• Sailing /Every; Thursday iat 10 ; "AV Al, " •
From ; iPler 4 N 0.-,-> '-fci, ? vv N orth - ; river. ■.- f cot
iV^i'-} ■:"::> : '~:MV Morton street- •;.-■•. -.■■.■-*.- .'•■-■•-- -.'-:
La ; ; Gas/cogne .*. J 0 rl-i |La -■£ Toufa i nee; Juiy 5 ;
La" Cbampagne,-:Je- 21 LarLqrraine.TJV. j y - ;la |
:lJa r r4.ciuitaUie;;"jQ'?^ll^-^retK£rne;;Jy'.:j9'-
; sailing s of |;new;jUwin-sere\Y^fex-^
p"ressS« steamer.- La. Lorraine iVfram^ NevVi
July'l2. IDuO. ~ - *
•^General Agency. 32 Broadway. m,. w ,
pß}cl\niond^»-ansf ep Company;" ooifMatn^
rßtreet^^ Andrew iaWelah;^ 013 - ; eastsMata?
street. . te iAteS
RAILROAD KIKES. -^ >
Bi r- p p Rlckmoa^ Fredericks-,
ii Ti (M Ft bnrg '& Potomac R. R-
Sche&pleLin Effect .In»e S, lU«H>.
"BVHD^STnESX- STATiOXi>^
siy:^iAviiM^-Daily^Vfor.; ; AVasnlngton.yand^
". '1: points.-r ; North.;.. Stops •' at-'.'Milfqrd,'
:: f Prpdericksburg. ; -'and ::-.Q«an*ico.;
v/'O "iPuHm.an } Sleepers : ; to ,-Wa.shipston
~r v ; and New; Yorfc ;; : -';--' - :: > "-■- ■"■ ;
;S:2O:A;-LM:, .Sunday bnl>-,' for WashiHsr;
; ten and. points ' North;. 'Stop's •"-.at
Elba, Glen Allen." Ashland,- 1 Tay'-f;
.-•.; lorsville. " DosweU,or Ruth.er-,jGleu.';
Penola,' Milford,-; Woodtvta- c.- Gui-'
nea. . •-;. Summit, : :' FreUer.cksburK.
; ■■-■: Brooke, -AVidtrß-ater, and. Quantico.
■ BufTot parlor-car. • ; .
r«:Ol A., M., Daily, except Sunday, for ;
Washington' and. .points .J". North.";
Stops at Elba: r ; ; Glen- Allen; -Ash
land, Do3well.: Milford, Fredericks-;
;- : burg, and iQuantico.' : Buffet parlor
' : tf ; i.- : ; car. - -.;■ •■■-.. *-.. .:.■".- .C .- ■ ":; '■,-■
.-•ia;OO.:il.. Daily, except Sunday, x'or
/ Washington ; and . points North..
" . : Stops at JEiba, Glen Allen, Ash
land, Doswell; Miiford"Fredericks-
.burg,;and{Quantieo.; 'Buffet ;par:or
;; caj^v -Connects with Congressional
: -Limited -at ■- Washington; ~: :
- .7:43.P;:<M,;r Daily, ior -Washington and
'points North. Stops at JElba. Ash
;- . land. Dosweil, Miiford, Fredericks
; burg. Brooke. Widewater. and
Quantico. ' Stops other "stations
Sundays. '-.: 'Slee-per .. Richmond to
" ; New: York. Sleeper Washington to . ■
', Philadelphia. " ■
ARRIVE .BYRD-STREET STATIO.V. j
:»:40;a: M., Daily. Stops at Widewater.
Brooke, Fredericksbursv- Miiford,
. Doswell; /Ashland, and F.lba." Stops
other' stations - Sleeper "
".-■*- . / . ' New York to : Richmond.
■ 3:05 P.- M., Daily., except Sunday. Stops
at Frederieksburg, :■ Miiford. Dps
■well, Ashland, Gle.n Allen, and
Elba. Buffet parlor car. .. - .
«:30 P. M., Daily. Stops at Fredericks
burg, Dosweil, Ashland, and Elba.
Pullman cars: from New York -and
. ..'.■Washington.: - ' -
S:4O P.M., Daily- Siops at Widewater.
Brooke, Fredericksburg, Surmnit,
Guinea, Woodslane, Miiford, Pe
nola, Ruther Glen, Dosweil. Tay
lorsville. -'Ashland. Glen Alien, and
Elba. Buffet parlor car.
ACCosmonATiox thaws.
•(Daily Except Sunday:)
8:l*> A. M., Leaves ELBA for Quantico.
4:OO P. M.. Leaves BYRD-STREET for
■ Fredericksburg. : . ; :
<J:3O P. M., Leaves ELBA for Ashland.
«:4O A^ M., Arrives ELBA from Ash
land.-- - - : . '■■■.:-' •.-.--■•.■
SiJ5 A. : M., Arrives BYRD-STREBT
from Fredericksburg. .
«:O5 P.: M., Arrives ELBA from Ash
. land.
S. A. L. THROUGH TRAINS.
OVER C. AND O. AND R., F. .AND P.
RAILROAD, via DOSWELL.
LEAVE BROAD-STREJST -STATION
(C. AXDO.)
.5:15 A. .;'&!., Dairj-, for Washington and
points North. Stops at Doswell,
Fredericksburg, and Quantico. Pull
man Sleepers to New York
6:00 P. M.. Daily, for Washington and
points North. " Stops at Dosweil
Fredericksburg, and Quantico. Pull
; - man Sleepers to New York
ARRIVE BROAD-STREET STATIOJV
(C. ASD O.)
2:30 P. M., Daily. Stops at Fred
- ericksburg and Dosweil. Sleeper
from New York.
1O:3O P. M., Daily. Stops at Fred
ericksburg and- Dosweil. Sleepers
from New York.
W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager.
E. T. D. MYERS, President,
je 2
SEABOARP AIR-LIKE KAIL. WAY.
The Favorite ilonte South.
Schedule in Effect Jane 3, 1900. :
Leaves Clieaapenke and Ohio Broad-
Street Stutlon.
7:30 A. M., Daily, except - Sunday, ;• for
Petersburg, Henderson, Durham,
- Raleigh, Atlanta, and all points
South and Southwest.
2:33 p. :i., "Florida Mail and Express,"
daily for Petersburg, Henderson,
Raleigh, Chera-w, Camden. Colum
bia, Savannah, Jacksonville, Tam
pa, Fernandina, and all Florida
- points.
10:40 P. M.i "FLORIDA. LIMITED." dai
ly for Petersburg, Henderson, Ral
eigh, V,'ilmington, Charlotte, Ches
, ter, Athens, Atlanta, Montgomery,
Mobile, New Orleans, points South
and Southwest, Cherayr, Camden,
Columbia, . Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Fernandina, and all Flori
." da . points.
Trains arrive from South at Chesapeake
and Ohio Broad-Street Station 5:15
A. M. and 5:40 P. M. daily; also,
2 P. M. daily, except Sunday.
For tickets, checking baggage, sleeping
car reservation, etc., apply to the Sea
board Air-Line railway office, S3i> east
Main street; Richmond Transfer Com
pany. 203 east Main street; Jefferson
Hotel, and to depot tifket agent.
. H. ,M. BOTKIN,
General As-nt.
-^ S3fi east Main st»-^r.
ATLANTIC--OOASI LiN£.
Schedule Effective; May 27, IHOO.
TH.Ai.NS LEAVE UICIIMOXD—BYItD
STREET STATION.
0:00 A : M., NORFOLK ■"■ LIMITED,
daily. Arrives Petersburg 9:20 A.
v -M.; Norfolk 11:27 A. M. Stops only
at Petersburg, Waverly, and Suf
folk," Va.
0:05 A. M... Daily. Arrives Petersburg
9:50 A. 11., Weldon 11:50 A. M.,~.
Fayettevilie 4:25 P. M., Charleston
10:55 P. M;. ■ Savannah 12:50 A. M.,
Jacksonville 7:20 A. -M., Porr Tnin
pa 6:20 p. M. Connects at Wilson
with No 47, arriving Goldsboro'
3:25 P. M:, . Wilmington 6. Pull
man-Sleeper New York to Jack
sonville. .
11:30 a: M., Daily, except Sunday. Ar
rives Petersburg 12:10 P. M. Stops
Manchester, . Drewry's Bluff, Cen
o - tralia, and Cb^.cer on signal.
.3:15 P. M., OCEAN SHORE LIMITED,
aaily. Arrives . Petersburg 3:45
P, M., -Norfolk 5:33 P. MI Stops
only at Petersburg , Waverly, and
; Suffolk: '--:■'
3:55. P.M., Daily, Local. Arrives Pc
- „„ J ersbur ? P. il. Makes all stops.
f t>:oOP.ll., Daily, except Sunday. Ar
rives Petersburg 6:23 P. M., AVei
,'don S.-tfi P. M.. and Rocky Mount
-.; 3:30 P. M.jilakes all intermediate
6:50 P. M., FLORIDA AND WEST
" INDIA LIMITED, "daily. .Arrives
-. . Petersburg 7:25 P. M. Connects
, j;ith Norfolk and:' Western for
Norfolk and intermediate points;
Emporia 9:10 (connects \ with A;
and p. for stations /between
Emporia and Lawrenceville). Wet
don 8:53 P. M.; Fayettevll'o 12:19
A. M., Charleston 5:04 A. M.. Sa
vannah 7;04 A. -M., Jacksonville
11: SO A. M:. Port Tampa »:« P. M
-NEW LINE TO MIDDLE GEOIt
•G IA : POlNTS.— Arriving" Augusta
7:55 A. M., Macon 11:15 A; M., At
lanta :12:33 P. -Mr" Pullman Steepera
Ntnv York to Wilmington, Charles
ton, Jacksonville, .Port, Tampa
. Augusta;: and Maeon.
J:1O P. M.. Daily. TArrlving Petersburg
S:oo P. M.. connect at "Petersburg
with. Norfolk and Western railway,
; . ai-riving, Lynchburg 2:30" A M
.Roanoke '5 A: M., Bristol 10:40 A.
M. .-.-Pullman Sleeper Richmond to
> : •■■:. : Lynchburg. "/ •
11 :OO P. M..- Daily. Arrives Petersburg
': 11:45 P. M. c .'
: TRAIXS ARRIVE HICHJIOSD.
3:33 .'Ai-'M:.. Daily, : from Jacksonville,
. Savannah.; : Charleston.^ Atlanta.*
v - q act h "i / Augusta; . ! and _;all :point3
" .-7:35 -A. ; .M.. .Daily." -:'-.. From- -Petersburg
v AVest. '
.S:4s:A.";,M.,;.Daily, except Sunday -Pc
" . tersburg. locaK'- • r ! ..- • ■ •■- ...---.-;
11:10 -A". M.v Dally, except Sunday, from
! Uold-sboro*:: and intermedia":© sta
11 «- "o"^. 'Norfolk, and; SuJTolk::-- -
ii:Oo A..M..- .aunday.only.-rrom Norfolk;
c -. Suftolk,. arulyPete-rsburg. , / ■
-•?:* :4 - A - M., -Dally.; ;f rom: Norfolk. Suf
_, :'-:■- tolk. and'Poteraburg.' -_-- . • - _
: 1 :«'J3 P. .MV, -Daily, except Sunday, from
: -\:P'iJeivbiirg.-. ;:;■.- ■:: ■ 'v" • ■.
! :«:uOjP.m -vDai!y/;froniiN6rfolk,-: Suffolk
' - ; and Petorsburg.- ; J ■■' ::\:::: :\: : :- ' ■- •■-■--'
: ,7:SS:P: M;, Daily, '-■.■. from- Miami. Po>-t
i >;:.../- : : Tampa. ' ij-Jackson ville^-Savanuah,
1 .;.;•'". : Charleatpn,- < Wihnins:ton. Golds
t>-^:=&■;: bow', and;an?potnt.s?South?: /.- " -■■."■
|:s§:se;P/?M;. vDaily, : Petersbu«-»
-■, "■• ■■r:;;- LyncUburg.- and--.W-*>st. -■.:■ J -; -,-■ -.■-■.-, -- '-
- ' - T M, EMERSOV - i
rJf.:R.\KENIJSV. Trartlo-MauasefSf
f-sgGenoraU Manager.
IPfM^EMnjftSQX
ita«.«GeneraliJ PPassengerr r Agii.-t. ; . . \Li~S&;
. C. S. <"A UPBElji^rt
nir ;? . £>ivtsioa Passeuse^^^at,^
f^mf^ RAILWAY.
: Sckednle'^EffeVtlve April 2. iaoo.
THAINsjiKAVE K.ICH : SU, VA. ',
ll;t>U P. M., No^ H, S6ut..«rn Kspre^a
-. v" daily, for rAtladta, Augusta.. Jacfc
: : sou ville.- and: points; Sooth. Sieeo-r
' Xor> Danville, / Greensboro*. Sa';
.bury;, and Charlotte, open at vu-h
, , mond iioiP.vM:; Stops for cas*'enl
' s „/g er»-a stations.
:•.•.-;- Connects at Danvliie and Cha
lotte . wi tb ? Ne-sv York and Florid-.
; Express :(No. 33), carryins throu-h
sleepers betv/ettii New York and
/Tampa;; with connections for alt
. . . Florida iprinid. ,-Also. connects ac
■ ; ' :: an<i Charlotte with V»"ash
-. :irajton:£Ji'l South-A-ostern Hmite'l
- ' i (Ko; 37), 'tarrying through sleepers
■; • cietween 1 "New York and Nashviio
. :Kew York: and M«mphirf. Xew T~-V
and Keis Orleans; .-Ojo, F-jn^r'.ri
'■-.■'■•■-.■" tourtot Bieeper Mondays. V.*edn»V
; day?," and , Friaays AVashlnETton "to
- S*n - Francisco without chansrt
■•'■■■..- wi'.h " conr.ections for a!; polrts f a
Tt-xas. Mexico, and CaHfomin
12:01 P. M., No. 7, solid train daily rOI.r 01 .
Charlotte, N. C. Connects at Mo«
■ . lev . with Farmville and PowKun
■railroad. cAt Keysvilte for Cla-ki
- - -vile. Oxford. Henderson, and Dur
ham, and -at Greensboro' for Dur
ham, Raleigh, j.mi Wlnstan-Pal^Ti
:i-kv: Danville, v. Ith Xo. 35. United
States fast mail, solid train da'ii-r
_ .:, for New Orleans and polr.ts South'
| carries sleepers Xevr YorV
to New Orleans, and New York tn
. ■ Jicksc^rille. connecting for Nas=aa
-- . and Havana. Through sie»p*- qVI
llsbury 1 to Memphis. Buffe!; Parlorl
■ Car between Richmond, and Dan
' * - - ville. '■ . ■"■■■■
SzilO P. M.. Ifo. 17. local datlv oxc-t
Sunday, for Keysrllle ar.d imer
. -mutate points. lmer
TR'AWS ARRIVE T^ RICHMOND.
fi:«t> A. M.).
i635P.M.) Frora Atlanta. Augusta.
■Ashevillo, and. nit points South
S:-tO A. M.. frora KeysvUle and local
■ "stations. .
LOCAL FREIGHT TTtAI^-i.
Nos. f.l and 52. between Manchester an*
Neapolis- "
YORK-RIVER UK, VI A>Sf T
THE FAVORITE P.OCTE XOKTII. '
LEAVE RICE3IOXD.
4:3t> Jfc*. M., Ko. IS, huiuoiurvs Limited
..-- daily, except Sunauyi, ior Weaj
Point and internifeuiitle stations
■ : .-'.-- making close connection at Vi-^i
.:' Point- with 'uteamer for Baltimore
2UJO P. M., No. 10. local exprews fer
Wesl Point jind intermediate sta
tions- Connects with stage at Les
ter Maajjr for Walkertoa and T.ip
pa'nannock: also, at West Point
-. '. with steamer for Baltimore. S^cps
at all v stations. *
5.00 A. M., No. 74, local mixed. Leave*
.-daily. - except Sunday, from Vir
ginia-Street Station for West Point
and intermediate stations, connoc^
ins- with stage at Lester Mano
- for Wfltei^nn and T->r>p-i t i-,T n ir>ck"
TUAIXS AURITTE I!T TJICnrrlOMl.
9:i.& a. M... uaily from. W ea c A'umt, wiUi
. connection from Baltimore exe-Dt
Mondays- " yt
10:45 A. M-, except Sundays an/1 Jion
days.
6-.40 V- M.. daily, except Sunday, taj-
West Point acd intermediate sta
tions.
Stearnera leave "West PoJct daily
except Sundays. ~>-.r,u ?. m.. arrfvl
ing Baltimore S A. M.; r^turnine
leavo Baltimore at ." P. ar da'lv
x ?- p \ Sl \r dayS ' arrlviu e Kichmon'ii
Steamers call at Gloucester Po?-"
and Almond's Wharf Tu<»sfHv3*
Thursdays, and Ssturuavs:" York
town and Clay Bank. "Monday.
Wednesdays, and Fridays. UJua ' 3 .
C. W. WESTBURY.
Travelling Passenger Agent
»20 east Main street
Richmond Va.
J. M. CULP, W. A. TURK
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass Agent
Third Vice-President and" General" Man.
ager, Washington. P. C. rnh »
-&1M Unrfn^J/ »4nm
tsnEBEB^ Sf.h(-di!!a ir» FfTorvS-
3lay 27, 1000.
LEAVE RICH3JOXD, nVKTi-STUEE-f
STATION.
9:00 A. M., NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar
rives Norfolk.Hl:2o A. It, Stops only
at Petersburg. Waveriy. and Suf
folk. Second-class tickets not ac
cepted on this train.
0:05 A.M., THE CHICAGO EXPRESS,
for Lynchburg, Roanoke, Colum
" bus, and Chicago. Buffet Parlor
car Petersburg to Roanoke. Pull
man Sleeper Roanoke to Colum
bus; also, for Bristol, Knoxville.
and Chattanooga. Pullman Sleeper
. Roanoke to ilnoxville.
3:15 P. M-. Ocean Shore Limited. Ar
rives Norfolk 5:E5 P. M. Stops only
at Petersburg, Waverly, and fcuJ
folk.. Second-class tickets not good
on this train. Through coach to
•' Virginia Beach.
C:3O P. M., For Suffolk, Norfolk, and in
termediate stations. Arrives at
Norfolk at 10:4!) P. M.
0:10 P. M;. For Lynchburg and Boa
noke. Connects at Lynchbur? with
Washington and Chattanooga Lim
ited. Pullman Sleepers Lynchburg
to Memphis and Nen- Orleans.
Cafe, parlor, and Observation cara
Radford to Attala, Ala. Pullman
Sleeper between Richmond
•Lynchburg, an-i berths ready- ioi
occupancy at 8-^) P. M. Also, Pull
man Sleeper Petersburg and Hoiu
noke.
Trains arrive Richmond from Lynch'
burg and the West daily at T:::n A. M
and Sifitf P. M-: from Norrolk and th^
East at It :1O A. M., li:-l- A. 3L, ant
«:.1O P. M.
Office: S3B Main street.
t ■ JOHN E. WAGXBR,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
C. H. BOSLEY.
District Pas3«nger Asrent.
W. B. BEVILI..
General Eas3ehgec Agent.
General Office: Roanoke, Va. my to
tßEs^fc CHESAPEAKB
Schedule ia Effect May C, lt)OO, Irom
Kifiniiuutl.
LEAVE BROAD-STKKET sTATIOS«
7:OU A. M., Daily local for Nt;W?on
; News, , Old Point, and Norton
Parlor cur. .
J>:00 A. M., i^aily "Fa^t JUn^r." Jot
Newport News. Old Point. >or
folk, and Portsmouth. Parlor car.
This train stops only at Wuiiams'
- burg. '
5.45 P. M., Daily Local, for Newpor
News, Old Point, Norfolk, fs?
Portsmouth. Pullman tv Old Point.
10 2O A. M.; except Sunduy- Local «
Clifton Forge. Connect ' 0 *
. Orunse. Calverton, Mar.assas, a-i^
. AV'ashingtou. ,
2.15 P. M., Daily Limited, to Ctnoinr.aU
l.ouisyllle, and St. Louis. Pu^"^
Sleeping cars. Connects at ur- r »;
' with Southern railway 0*
■ Orange, and connects for )i) ir s- r ? 1 ' 1
Hot Spring. No. 7, local tra-n.
: except Sunday, follows abov« rr-J
•■" from Gordonsvilte to Stuunton.
5.30 p. M..Do3weil Accommodation, ex
. cent Sunday. _. ,_,
1O:3OP. M., Dally. F. F. V., to C jncto
~. nati- -and LcMisville. K^ l^n
Sleeping car. CONNECT^ FOH
- VIRGINIA HOT: SPRINGS
LEAVE EIGHT-STREET STATIO>.
10JSO A. M.|>Dai!yr for Lynehburg-. Lei'
ington; and ... CHfttm ForS*;- Cob
: neot.<.- except Sunday, with t*^*
- ingham and-Alberene bniMcne*.
B-.00 P. M./ Except Sunday. Cciusswa
\ Accommodation. .. ..., t .t"»
TItAIJiS AItRIVEv BUOAD-SH^ti
■■--.■_.. ; STATION.' ■
S-.OOA. M., except Sunday, from vc*-
H:SO A^M.; and H:^O P. M.. Daily. Ircc
-.'Cincinnati and'LotiisviHe. ■ r
ll:i:o A. M.; T:IO P.M.. «n« «.i>:- ! j ?£+
■:-■ Daily, from Norfolk *nu Old Pctac.
7:45 P. M-. Except iunday. from CU-*
thaws aiirive ;Etr,nTn-sTKf.F.r
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S-.'to A. M., Except: Sunday, from Col"»
■ - - : " L -" bicl« ■ ■" " " •-' '-"'-'" '"-"" "' - "
. «:2U P. .M.. Dally,- from : Lynchburs. Lei
"^ngton, and Cllftca Forge- KxceP 1
.: -Sunday, from New Castle ar.d Kos
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::=For detail information." conneptloßrf. *-^--;
apply at Richmond Transfer otace, No-*- 1^
jeast ; ?Miiin; street:sChesapeake and Qaiv
v Passenger Offlqe,. No. iS®«astJMaindtr«^c:
"Station Ticket Offlceg. or address
,;: : :.if-:::::-5.v:--, : jOHND, POTrS.
. ; : : . r;"Asslstant;Gencrai .Paasenxtr Axe"*-
He^*7;Not^He^s4Circu!ars/ Handing
Do<lgt>rs, :;&c.;-;:print«d by tjie D2spa^«
[Company 'at : lbwjprices. giv* ya«
rgood|>«ork uV the same prices yuu ?- l >'
for r Inferior work. Semi - ; us your orJ^p
-•*■' we win cuarameo satisfaetfoa «
even; particular.

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