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DEATH CLAIMS A
Hon. W. B. Clarke, of Surry.
Passes Away?First of
/he members of the Legislature wore
pained and shocked yesterday when the
sad news reached them of the death at
his home In Surry county, at 9:30 A. M-,
cf Hon. W. B. Clarke, member of the
J loose from Prlnco George and Surry.
The Information came ln tho shape of
the following telegram from Mr. Clarke's
/ather, to Speaker Ryan:
SnilthKeld, Va., via Norfolk,
February 4, 1903.
Hon. J. F. Byan. House of Delegate*
My eon, VT, B. Clarke, died this morn?
ing at 9:30, GEORGE T. CLARKE."
The cause of Mr. Clarke's death was
pneumonia, though ho had been sick only
a. few days. Ho left here one day last
week to be at the bedside of his sick
wife, and was himself stricken while
Mr. Clarke was about thlrty-ftve years of
age. and was a man of much prominence
in his county. He was Commonwealth's
Attorney at tho time of his death, and
was sohool superintendent when barely
twertty-one years of ago. He was a law?
yer of recognized ability and a leading
member of tho Finance Commltteo of the
House. Mr. Clarke was a man of quiet
demeanor and gent?o manners, and had
won his way to the hearts of his col?
'tagues In the Legislature.
He leaves a wife and several small
children and a number of other relatives
in Surry county.
Ho was serving his first term In th*
Bouse, and was a most valuable law?
maker, ever watchful and earnest In look?
ing after the lnterests"of his people ana
Tho Houso and Senate passed suitable
\; ?"ltlons out of respect to the memory
-he dead member, and then adjourned,
gj?fo former appointing Messrs. Lacy,
Lassiter and Sebrell to attend the fuenral,
which will take placo at 10 o'clock to?
Governor Montague ordered tho flags
on the Capitol to fly at half mast until
after the funeral. Mr. Clarke's death is
the first to ha/ve occurred among the
members of the present Legislature.
CASES WERE ARGUED
Four Were Heard by the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals.
The United States Circuit Court ot
Appeals reconvened yesterday morning at
?0 o'clock, with'the /ollowlng judges on
the bench: Circuit Judges Goff and 81
monton and District Judge McDowell.
The following cases were argued and
No. 4C6. Schooner "Nollle Floyd," ap?
pellant, vs. the Coal, Cement and Sup?
ply Company, appellee; appeal from the
"District Court at Wilmington, N, C. Sub?
mitted on briefs. Thomas Evans, of Wil?
mington. N. C for. tho appellant, and
Rountree and Carr, and Empio & Empie,
of Wilmington, for tho appellee.
No. 4?2. City of Newport Nows, Va.,
plaintiff In error, vs. Alexander Potter,
defendant In error; In error to the Cir?
cuit Court at Norfolk, Vn. Argued by
J. A. Massle, city attorney, and R, G.
Blckford, of Newport News, Va., for the
plaintiff in error, and hy O. D, Batcho
lor and Perkins, of Newport News. Vs.,
for the defendant in error and submit?
J. A. Massle and O. D>. Batchelor, both
of Newport News, Va., wero admitted
as attorneys of this court.
The following cases will be in the call
No. 471. Tho Chesapeake Shoe Com?
pany, petitioner, appellant, vs. A. 13.
teldner, trustee and receiver of John F.
mall, bankrupt; appeal from the Dis?
trict Court at Norfolk, Va. To be ar
guod by Edward R. Baird, Jr., of Norfolk,
Va., for the appellant and by p. -A.
Aeelasto, of Norfolk, Va? for tho ap?
- No. 475. Ella C. Coclee et al., appel?
lants, vs, John H. Coponhavor, sheriff
et al-, appellees; apponi from tho Circuit
Court at Charleston, W. Va, To be ar?
gued by B, VV. Wilson, of Charleston,
W. Vn? and John Osborne, of Union,
V, Va., for the appellants, nnd by Flour
noy. Price & Smith, of Charleston, W.
,Va., for tho appellee.
The court adjourned at ? o'olock until
this morning at 10 o'olock.
Called Meeting of This Body to be Held
Chairman Glenn, of Police Committee,
lias called a meeting of that committee
for this afternoon at 4:80 o'clock, to fur?
ther Inquire Into the matter of tho ffitaidg
?f |b? chain gang.
GIVEN A CHANCE
Number of Small Cases Before
Justice John Yesterday
Justice Crutchfleld had a large number
of small cases In line yesterday, but
there was scarcely one above the trivial
Charles Woodward, colored, was taken
up as a suspicious character. He said
he came here to seek employment -with
Eostock and said he -worked with the show
In 1S00 at the street fair. Tho negro was
given sixty days' security, with the un?
derstanding that If he could prove his
character his releaie would follow.
Mamie West vas charged with threat?
ening to shoot Jennie Crafton. and ehe
W?3 fined IS. which was palei by a friend.
The caso was one of Jealousy. Mamie has
just recovered from a dose of laudanum,
which she took Sunday night, and It was
through unrequited lo'.'o that she did
_?andridge Dunn, colored, was fined $10
and put under thirty days' security for
assaulting and striking Ellen Mills.
Harrison Mosby and Robert Graham
were fined ?10 each for being disorderly.
Then a lino of drunks as long as from
he-re to there filed past and received
"In anticipation of local option and
things." said Justice John, "liquor Is flow?
ing to o,i unusual extent. There have
been moro common drunks in the past
few weeks than ever before in the- same
space of time In my recollection,"
Richmond: Effle, Margaret E., Blythe
W., John K. Branch and their wives to
John P. Branch, their interest in property
in Lee District and tn Birmingham, Ala,,
acquired by devise or Inheritance from
Mary L. M. Branch, deceased.
P. E. Eubank and wife to Henry S.
Wallerstein, 26 feet on the west side of
St. John Street, 85 feet from Coutts
E. O. Lafong to "William Hoist, 21 8U-12
feet on the east side of Fourth Street,
?41 10tt-12 feet north of Main Street, $2,450.
Henrico: East Virginia band and Im?
provement Company and. others to Wil?
liam Russell, Jr., 30 feet oa the east side
of Oakwood Avenue, 210 feet north of
Ccwardln Street, $150.
Samo to same, 30 feet on Garrison Street,
northeast corner of Cowardln Street,
Same to Ernest Oberdofer, SO feet on the
eaot side of Oakwood Avenue. 120 feet
north of Cowardln Street, $1_.50.
| barton JFetyAts. ?
Mr. Henry Peyton, who ho_ been visit?
ing friends in Hanover, has returned to
his home, on the Hermitage Road.
-, MI ss Annii de Prairie, who has been
visiting in Portsmouth and Washington,
Is now in Charleston, W. Va.
Mrs, S. F. Martin, of Buckingham,
Is visiting ?rlends on North Avenue.
Mr, Olile Harris, of Lakeside, is visit?
ing friends In Hanover.
Miss Ella 'Thorpe, of Dumbarton. Is sick
at her home.
Miss Stella James, of Ladies' Mile Road,
Is able to resume her Studie, after an
Illness of several days.
Miss Fearle Langhorne, of CBrook Road,
Is visiting friends In Chesterfield.
Miss Hattlo Ford, of Brookland Park,
Is visiting friends in Hanover.
Miss May Smith, who has been quite
sick at her home, in Brookland Park,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Harding, who
aro visitine in Maryland, will return home
The Girls' Circle, of the Barton Height
Baptist Church will givo a Lady Wash?
ington reception, February 20, 1003, at the
home of Rov. C, B. Scott.
Mr. Ray Wright is sick at his home,
In Brookland Park.
Miss Hattle Wright Is quite sick at her
home, on North Avenue.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the -Metho?
dist Church, will meet at the residence
of Mrs. B. F. Collins this afternoon at
Miss Ruby Wright has returned to her
home In Chesterfield, after a visit to
Mllss Molile Cuvai.
Mr. B. S. Ragland, of Ashland, at
tended tho funeral of Mr. S. B. Ragland,
The C. M. A. Club will hold their regu?
lar meeting Saturday afternoon at 4
o'clock, at tho resldonce of Overton
Miss Orneo Armstrong, who has been
quito side at her home, on Montelro
Avenue, Is Improving,
Miss Grace- Du-i'ay has returned to her
home In Chesterfield, after a visit to
Miss Molile liuvol. ?
Mr. Drake, of Pennsylvania. Is stopping
at the homo of Miss Alioe Cogblll.
Willie Moore Is quite elek at hla home,
on Miller Avenue.
Miss Dolly Joaes. who has been visit
lng Mrs. S, p. Jones, of Lakeside, has
v,returned to Chesterfield county,
Can Be Condemod for Electric
Railway Purposes, .
WARM TIME IN THE SEMATE
Salary Bill Is Agreed to With Few
Changos?Liability of Oommon Oar?
tions on Mr. Clarke's Death.
The Sonate had another long discussion
ovar tho bill to allow electric railway
companies to condemn the property ot
publlo institutions for railway purposes,
and the substitute offered by Mr. Watklns
was ordered to Its engrossment, This
measure permits the companies to run
their tracks within COO feet of school
Tho report of the conference committee
on tho salary bill was agreed to and a
number of bills were reported from va?
Mr. Claytor offered a bill prescribing
the liability upon common carriers for
dnmago to goods ln transit, and Mr.
Mann offered one to (permit the clerk of
the Court of Appeals to destroy certain
The'bill to determine" tho modo of an?
nexing prbpcrty to cltlea and'towns waa
mado a special order for next Tuesday,
and the Senate at 2 P. M. adjourned out
of respect to the memory of Hon. W. B.
Clarke, late member of the House.
The Senate will meet at noon to-day, as
will also the House,
A SHORT SESSION.
The House session lastted only a few
The Barkedale pure elections bill was
roported with amendments, and aovara)
bills were offered. One was by Mr, West,
of Louisa (by request), creating an ex?
ecutive head for the University of Vir?
ginia, to be chosen by a board mado up
of three members of the Alumni Associa?
tion, three of the Board of Visitors, and
throe of the faculty and allowing them'to
prescribe his powers, duties and salary.
The measure Is understood to come from
the Alumni Association of the State.
Tho body passed resolutions out of re?
spect to the memory of Its dead member,
Mr. Clarke, and at 12:20 P. M., adjourn
ed until noon to-morrow.
Speaker Ryan named Messrs, Scbrell,
Lacy and Lasslter as a committee on the
part of the House to attend the funeral.
A deep gloom was cast over the Cap?
itol by the announcement of the death
of Mr. Clarke. The minister ln the House
made tender reference to the sad event,
and the House and Senate passed reso?
lutions of sympathy for the family, and
adjourned out of respect to tha memor*,?
of the dead member.
The Senato was opened with prayer
by the Rev. Dr. George Cooper.
Mr. Barksdale, from the Committee on
General Laws, reported faivorahly the bill
to create a bureau of Insurance and to
provide for the election of a superinten?
dent of Insurance and to regulate fire
and other Insurance companies.
Mr. Mcllwalne, from the Committee on
Courts of Justice, reported favorably the
bill to remove the prohibition upon per?
sons of CO years of age, or over that
age, from serving on grand Juries.
The bill In relation to the commitment
of certain persons to hospitals for the
Insane was favorably reported by Mr.
Ople, from the Committee on Public In?
stitutions and Education.
Mr. Ople, from the same committee,
favorably reported tho bill to authorize
the Board of Visitors of William and
Mary College to use the arprproprlatlon of
J5,000, heretofore made to said college for
an electric light plant for that or such
other system of lighting as the said board
may deem expedient.
THE SALARIES' BILL.
The report of the Conference Commit?
tee on tho salaries' bill came up early In
the session. Mr. Wickharn called Mr.
Barksdale to the chair, and the Senator
from Hanover made as plain and force?
ful statement as to each change recom?
mended In the report.
During the time Mr. Wlckham was
making his statement and when he reach?
ed the matter of salaries to be paid the
superintendents of the hospitals. Mr.
Ople inquired why It was that the pay
of the superintendent of the Central State
Hospital was Increased and no increase
made In the salaries of the other super?
Mr. Wlckham said he thought It was
because this superintendent hail to look
after a largor number of patients.
Mr. Mann Interposed the remark that
tho Increase was made because of the
extraordinary efficiency of the superin?
tendent at tho Central Hospital.
This brought Messrs. Ople, Byare and
Tyler to tholr feet and eaoh ono advo?
cated a uniform ?alary system.
Mr, Wlckham stated that the object
sought to bo accomplished could be at?
tained by special legislation, and no fur?
ther opposition was made to this feature
of the report which was adopted. Very
few changes wero made from the original
salary list. \
A SPICY DEBATE.
The Sale bill to repeal tha charter of
the Louisa Development Company and to
re-enact section 1101 of the Code, came
up as unfinished business. This Is the
measure which brought out the fact ln
the debate on Tuesday that the bill was
.passed In a surreptitious manner for the
purpose of giving ? street railway com?
pany the authority to condemn the right
of way through the grounds ot the
Hampton Normal School.
Mr. Shackelford opened the debate In
favor of the Salo bill and he rapped se?
verely those who had sought to accom?
plish their purpose by veiled legislation.
In support of his substituto, which al?
lows property of a public Institution to
be condemned for railway purposes, the
lines not to be run within 600 feet of
the buildings upon the grounds, Mr, Wat?
klns made a powerful argument. Ho con?
tended that It was never contemplated
by those who drafted that section of
the Coda sought to bo re-enacted that tlio
lands of public Institutions should stand
In the way of th? progress of public Im?
Mr. Watklns nrgued thnt to pass tho
Sale Bill would be tho placing ln the
hands of publlo Institutions ? club to
hold up railways until thoy should pay
exorbitant rates. He nltoil a case whore
a farm that cost only $(100 was condemned
for that sum for tho right of a railroad
oomnnny to construct a lino through the
grounds. He did not bol leva any farm
property waa very much damaged by a
railroad lino running through It,
"DOG IN THE MANGER,"
Mr. Watklns "masted" the opposition
to the proposed railway Una through
the Hampton Normal School grounds.
"It la a lovely thing," said ho, "for th?
-o* In the mangar* to ?orne here und
lay that the privilege Was refused us
and our rival shall not eat the hay that
was not gWon to us, It Is a beautiful
?peotnole of Olean' hands."
Mr. Watklns salci that the time would
oom* -when oar Unes would have to be
constructed through tho grounds of overy
public inotituUoi? of the State. He was
as much opposed as anyone to legislation
soourod surreptitiously, but ho would
neither afllrm nor deny that the Louisa
bill was gotten through the Legislature
Mr, Ople wanted to know If It had not
boon proven that the Louisa measure
was ecoured by fraud.
Mr. Watklns roplled that there had
boon absolutely no proof of this, but
merely statements to that effect made.
He did not regard the measure as a
vicious one, and ?aid it went through
both houses Just exactly ns many other
bills are passed.
Mr. Watklns naked Mr. Opio If he knew
who got this bill through.
uNo, I do not," replied Mr. Ople,
"Then," repllod Mr. Watklne, "you
want to place the blame upon this com?
pany that want to construct the rail?
Mr. Opio retorted that a person found
with stolen goods In his possession should
be considered guilty of the eteallng.
"Not If he came by those goods legiti?
mately," answered Mr. Watklns.
SUBSTITUTE ADOPTED. _^
Mr. Watklns, In conclusion, said hie
bill -was not offerod in favor of aay Tali
road, but It was a general measure ap?
plying to the whole Stato and to all
public Institutions that ewn grounds and
to all railways.
It was ovldont while ho was speaking
that Mr. Watklns was making a great
Impression upon the Senate and hie sub?
stituto was adopted by the following
Ayes?Messrs. Anderson, Byars, Chap?
man, Coghin. Dinwiddle, Ford, Garrett,
Halsoy, Harman, Harvey, Lyle, Mann,
Tyler. Wallace and Watklns-lB.
Noes?Messrs. Barksdale, Bryant, Crom?
well, Ople, Sale, Shackelford. St, Clair
The bill was then ordered to Its en?
AS TO COMMON CARRIERS.
A bill was offered by Mr. Claytor ore?
scribing the liability of common carriers,
railroads or transportation companies foT
any loss, damage or Injury to property,
caused by Its negligence, or the netrll?
gonce of any ?other coq_mon carrier, rail?
road or transportation company to which
such property mu* be delivered, or over
whose lines such property may pass.
The measure Is as follows:
1. Be It enacted by the General As?
sembly of "Virginia, that whenever any
property Is received by a common carrier,
to lie transferred from one place to an?
other within or without this State, or
when a railroad or other transportation
company Is. oes Its receipts or hills of
lading ln this State, the common carrier,
railroad or transportation company is?
suing such bill of lading shall be lia?
ble for any loss, or damage or Injury to
such property caused by Its negligence
or th? negligence of any other common
carrier, railroad or transportation com?
pany to which such property may be de?
livered, or over whose lines such proper?
ty may be delivered, or over whose lines
such property may pass; and tho tommon
carrier, railroad or transportation com?
pany Issuing any such receipt or bill of
lading shall be entitled to recorer in a
proper action the amount of any loss,
damage or Injury It may be required to
pay to the owner of such property from
the common carrier, railroad or transpor?
tation company, through whose negligence
tbo loss, damage or Injury may bo sus?
tained; and no contract, receipt, rule or
regulation shall exempt any such com?
mon carrier, railroad or transportation
company from the liability of a common
cairler which would exist had no con?
tract been made or entered Into.
2. This act shall be In force from and
after the first day of July. 1903.
OTHER BILLS OFFERED.
By Mr. Mann: To authorize the Su?
preme Court of Appeals ot Virginia to
direct tho clerk of the court to destroy
manuscript records ln cases when the
records are printed and to require the
binding of the records with briefs of
counsel In each case.
By Mr. Byars: To amend sections 1662
and 16?33 of the Code In relation to boards
of directors of the State hospitals.
By Mr. Sale: To amend section 2660
of the Code fixing the order In which
debts of decedent are to bo ?paid.
The Anderson bill in relation to the
extension of corporate limits was made
the special order for next Tuesday.
Upon tho motion of Mr. Mann, the Sen?
ate at 2:10 o'clock adjourned out of re?
spect to the memory of Hon. W. B.
Clarke, late member of the House of
The House was called to order at noon
by Speaker Ryan, and prayer was offered
by Rev. Dr. W. W. Lear, of the Metho?
The distinguished minister offered up
tender supplications for the House, and
tho family of the young member from
Surry. Mr. Clarke, whose useful life it
seemed had been cut off all too soon.
In concluding the minister repeated tbe
Lord's prayer, and in this ho was joined
by the House.
The Barksdale pure elections bill was
again reported to the House with amend?
Hoa. W. H. Boaz on behalf of the
Finance Committee offered the following
resolution, whloh was unanimously adopt?
ed by a rising vote:
'?Resolved, by the House of Delegates
that the members of this house learn
with sorrow of the death of Hon. W.
B. Clarke, delegate from the counties
of Surry and Prince George, whose abil?
ity, courtesy and gentleness of man?
ner had made him uniformly beloved
and respected by his colleagues.
"Resolved, further, that a committee
of three be appointed by the speaker to
attend the funeral, and that as a further
mark of respeot this house do now nd
The chair appointed Messrs, Lacy, Lai
slter and Sebrell a committee to attend
the funeral, and the House at 13:20 o'clock
P. M, stood adjourned until noon to?
OFFERED AND REFERRED.
By Mr. West (By request): To amend
the law in relation to the control of the
.University of Virginia.
By same (By request): To amend sec?
tion 1551 of the Code in relation to the
University of Virginia.
By earn?! To refund lioense tax paid
by bar-keepers In local option districts.
By various members: Petitions favoring
tho Mann liquor bill.
State Commander Miss Etta M. Eng?
land, accompanied by Miss Connor, of
Norfolk, Va? are expected to arrive to?
day. During their visit here thoy will
be the guests of Mrs. Mary E, Robinson,
No. ?08 Thirty-first Street,
A special review of Richmond Hlvo, No.
8, will he hold ut the above residence
this evening (Fehruory 5th) nt 7:30
o'clock, at which time arrangements will
be mado to entertain the Supreme Lady
All Lady Maccabees are earnestly re?
quested to make a special effort to bo
present at this review.
In South Carolina,
Thomas J. McDowell, of No. 7111 North
Twenty.second Street, Is on a visit to his
olster, Mrs, Harry Ooodllff, of Rtou. S.
C, formorly of Richmond,
Important Matter to Be Taken
City Attorney le of the Opinion That
Transfers May be Enforced at tho
Points of Intersection and
City Attorney Pollard having formu?
lated and rendered an opinion In refer?
ence to the existing transfer ordinances
of the city, the eub-etreot committee will
meet to-nlght at Ctty Hall for the pur?
pose of further considering tho all-Im?
portant question of universal transfera
for the citizens of Richmond.
Chairman W. H. Adams placed ln the
hands of Sergeaat-at-Arma George Rus
kel yostorday morning an order for the
call, and during the day Messrs. Whlt?
tct, Bahen, West and Phillips were served
with summons to attond the session of
the committee to-nlght. In addition Ma?
jor Mllae M. Martin and General-Man?
ager Huff, of the Virginia Passenger and
Power Company, were notified to be
present, as It la the desire of the com?
mittee to disouss tho matter fully with
ENFORCE THEM BOTH.
Aa ,was stated In The Times-Dispatch
several days ago, the city attorney holds
that the two ordinances now on the
Code of the city can be enforced. One
of these requires that transfers shall
bo Issued at points of intersection and
the other makes It compulsory that they
also be granted at points of divergence.
The street car officials are perfectly
willing to establish a universal trans?
fer system In Richmond, provided the
Council will repeal the ordinance which
requires transfers at points of divergence.
Tbsy regard It as unfair that patrons of
the cars should be allowed a transfer at
both points of Intersection and diver?
Unless the Council will agree to this
It Is hardly probable that the cor com?
pany will agree to the universal trans?
fer system, and matters will continue as
they now are, In a badly muddled Btate,
transfers .for some and no transfers for
others, according to the line one may
be riding or desire to transfer to.
A BIO LOSS CLAIMED.
The, car officials claim that at least
$100 a day ls lost by them as a result
of the ordinance requiring transfers at
points of divergence. They say that un?
der this ordinance It Is possible for a
man to board a Main-Street car at
Eighteenth Street, get a transfer to Clay
Street, stop off at the postofflee, get his
mall, attend to other business and then
ride homo on the transfer. It is stated
that this ls practiced dally by large num?
bers of people.
The outcome of the meeting to-nlght
will be looked forward to with much
Interest by the people, as every one Is
more or less affected by the car com?
panies of the city.
It Is understood that the subcommittee
Is divided over the question, Messrs.
Bahen and Whlttot favoring the plan
as It now stands and opposing any con?
cessions to the company, while Messrs.
Adani3, West and Phillips are Inclined
to give the company a chance to try their
The following were the proceedings yes?
terday of the Supreme Court of Appeals
Newport News and Old Point Railway
and Electric Company vs. Lake et als.
Argued by A. B. Lewis and M. R, Pat?
terson for appellee and continued until
Sinclair vs. Quackenbush. Argued by
F. S. Collier for appellant and W, T.
Moss for appellee and submitted.
The next cases to be called are Sun
Life Assurance Company of Canada vs.
Bailey, and Richmond Passenger and
Power Company vs. Steger, Nos. 63 and
NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
Zeeland, Feb. 7. Finland, Feb. 14,
Philadelphia, Feb. 18. St. Paul, Fob. 25.
Red Star Line.
Sailing Saturday at 10 A. M.
Zeeland, Feb. 7. Vaderland, Feb. 21.
Kroonland, Feb. 28.
Piers 14 and 15, North River,
Office. 73 Broadway. ?. Y.
W. B, PALMER & CO.,
BAY LINE TO
Via C. &0. Railway and
U. S. MAIL ROUTE.
Leave Richmond via Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway dally, except Sundny, at 4
P. M., connecting at Old Point with tho
superb steamers of the Old Bay Line,
leaving at 7:15 P. M., arriving Baltimore
0:30 A, M., in time to malto connootlon
with all trains North, East and West.
Short rail rido and all night on one of the
finest steamers In Southern water. Re?
turning, arrive Richmond 10 A M? dally,
For tickets and general information
apply at general offices Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway, Richmond Transfer Com?
pany and 1006 East Main Street.
Merchants and Miners
Steamship Line. Direct Route to
Boston, Mass., and Providence, R, I.
Steauie'a leave Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wednesday. Friday and Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6 P, M, Accommodations and cui.
eine unsurpassed. Passengers and freight
taken for all New England points. Tlok?
ets on salo at Chesapeako and Ohio and
Norfolk nnd Western Rnllway offlcos and
No. 819 Enst Main -Uroet
RICHMOND AHO PETERSBURG
Beginning Mpril l?t. I?02,
Cara leaves corner F^rry ami Seventh
Streets, Manchester, ovory hour ion i)?e
hour; from U A. M. to IQ P. M,. hut ear
11:80 P. M.
Cars leavi? i'etorsbur?, foot of Syca?
more Streot, ever> nuur from 0:30 A. M.
to 10:30 P. M,
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL
M CBNT?-ROUND TRIP-? CEN.T?.
2 NORFOLK TRAINS, 3 HOURS 20 MIN.
7:15 A. ?L?UJ- U_jeI_y--?^-t:Kl to Newport
9:00 A.'Nf.?-_>a-y--_rjtp??!Bit-40'Korfolk and
4:00 P. M?Ex, Bun,?Express to Norfolk
and Old Point
S:00 P. M.?Dally?Local to Old Point
10:10 A. M.?Ex. Sun.?Local to Clifton
2:00 P. M.?Dally?Express to Cincinnati,
Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago.
5:15 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?Local to Doswell.
10:30 P. M.?Dally?Exprcsn to Cincinnati,
Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago,
JAMES RIVER DIVISION.
10:20 A. M,?Dally?To Lynchburg and
6:15 P. M?Ex, Sun.?Local to Bremo,
C. E. DOYLE, \V. O. WARTHEN,
Oen'l. Manager. Diet. Pass. Agt.
DOHEDUXE IK EFFECT DEO. li, 1009.
TRAINS LEAVE AHD ARRIVE FOURTEENTH
TRAINS LBATB RICHMOND, VA.
7:00 A. M., NV. 7, ?IniIt, for Dinrllln, fhnr?
lotte ?nil all lociil s.'ntloiu K.uth. Connecting
at Danville for stutlons ta t.ynchhur?;, also
with D and W, Railway for Mnrtlnavlll?. and
stntlon? on that line. At Greensboro for all
?tatlon? east and wist thereof
12:60 P. M., Ko. IS. limited train dally, for
Jacksonville nnd ill Florldn polntet Havana Nos.
?au. etc. ContitctB st Moseley with Farmvlll?
and Powhntnn Railroad: ?t Greensboro for Dur?
ham. Uiili'lKh and Wlnaton-Salem: at Danville
with No. 85. Unite??] State-? fust mull. Solid
train, dally, for New Drlean? and point?
Columbia, 8nvnnnnh ami Jacksonville. Draw
Inn-Room Butlot Sleeper Richmond to Atlnnta
and Birmingham. Thrnnjrh coach for. Chase
City, Oxford nnd 'Durham. TbroiiRh train,
with Sleeper, Salisbury to Memphis. Dlnlrs?
11:06 P. H., No. 11. Southern Expr?s?, dolly,
for Atlanta, Aucuntn. Jacksonville and point*
South. Sleeper for Danville. Greensboro, Bal
Isbnry and ?Charlotte; opon nt Richmond 0:80
P. M. Connection with New York and Florida
Expresa and Southwestern LlmtteiJ, which car?
ries thrcngh Bloopers to Angusti, ???vannai!,
Jacksonville, Tampa. Nashville. Memnht?, At?
lanta, New Orleans, etc. Complet? Dlniog-Cnr
service. Alao. Pullman Tonrlst Sleaner Mon?
day?, Wednesdays and Friday? Washington to
Snn Francisco, without chnngo, with connection
for ail point? In Tesns, Merico and California.
8:00 P. ?? No. 17. loen) ?U'l.v. except Sun?
day, for Kcyavillo nnd interpellate point?.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN niCHMONR
??66 A. M. and *:25 ? St. From. Atlanta,
Alienato. Jacksonville, Aiibovllle and all points
8:40 A. K. From Kevsvllle nnd local ?tn-on?.
8iS5 P. K. From Durham. Charlotte, Danville
and Intermediate station?.
Nos. 01 and 82. between Manchester and
YORK-RIVER UNE mM?h
THE FAVORITE ROUTE NORTH.
4:30 P. M? No. IS. Ualtimor?, Limited, dally
except Sundays, for \Ve?t Point, connecting at
WcBt Point with ?tonmers for liultlmoro and
Vork River landings Moudtiy?, Wednesday? and
2:15 P. M., No. 10 (Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays.), ???a? express for W?t Point and
Interme.Unte ?tntlons. Connect? v'th atugo at
Lester Manor for Walkerton ??? Tnppuhannock.
6:00 A. M? No. 74. local mixed. Leaves dally,
except Sunday, for West Point nnd Intermediate
stations, connectlntr ritti stages at Leater
Manor for Wnlkerton and Tnppnbannock
TRAINS ARRIVF. RICHMOND.
9:15 A. L., No. 15, dally, from Weit Point,
with connection from Baltimore Sunday?, Wed
neadnya and Fridays.
10:46 ?. ?., No. 0.. Wednesday? and Friday?
from West Point nnd locnl ?tatlone,
4:60 P. M., dally, except Sundaya, from
West l'oint ami Intermediate station?.
Stromern soil from West Point 5:B0 P. H,
Mondnys, Wcdnesduys and Fridays, and will
call at Allmonds, Cluybani and Gloucester
O W. WESTBDRY.
District Passencer Acent,
020 East Main Street, Richmond, Va.
?. p. HAnnwioK,
General PnsRenner Agent.
?. ?. ACKERT,
General Manajtor. Washington. D. O.
General OOloea: Roanoke. Vs.
_OV_MB__ ju'l'H, 190S,
LEAVE RICHMOND iDAl-?i, -?liD-STPEET
9:00 A. 21., NOUbOLK LIMITED. Arrive?
Norfolk U_C ?. ??. Stops ouly at Petersburg
Waverly end Hutfolk. Stops at W.ikeQeld only
to let off passengers iruin Richmond and Pe?
0:00 ?. ?., THE CHICAGO EXPRESS for
Lynchbure. Roanoke, Colurnhus, Cincin?
nati, and Chicago. Buffet Jarlor Car Pe- ,
tersburg to Roanoke. Pullman Sleeper
Roanoke to Columbus, Blueileld to Cincin
nati;; also, ?or Bristol, Knoxvlllo and
Chattanooga. Pullman Sleeper Roanoke
1S:20 P. M?, "Roanoke Express,?' fur Farm
vllle. Lynchburg, Boanoks and Intermediate
3:00 P. V., OOBAF 8-OBB LIMITED. Ar?
rive? Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stop? only at Peter?,
burg, Waverly and 6 ?tfolk. Connecta at Nor- '
(oik with steamer? ta Boston, Providence. New
York, Baiti?oro and rViiBhlngton.
6:68 P. V., for BufTolk, Norfolk and Interme?
diate station?. Arrive? at Norfolk at 10:40 P. u.
9:35 P. M., for Lynchburii and Roanoke. Con?
nects at Lynchburg with Washington and Chat?
tanooga Limited. Pullman Sleeper Lrnchbnrg
to Memphis and New Orleans. Cafo Parlor and !
Observation Cars Rad ford to Attalu, Ala. Pall
man Sleeper between Richmond and Lynchburg,
and berths ready for occupancy at 8:30 P. M,
Also Pullman Sleeper Petersburg and Roanoke.
Trains arrive Richmond from Lynchburg and
the West dally at T:.lri A. M., 2:00 P. M. and
1:69 P. M.. from Norfol<t nnd the Eust at 11:10
A. _., 11:12 A. M. and 0:50 P. M,
JOHN B, WAONBB,
City Pasesnger and ?Ticket Agent,
O. H. BOSLEY,
District P?ss??nger Agent.
TV. B. BEVILL,
General Passenger Agent.
! 'Phons- 400. 1000 East Main Street.
DAILY UNE FOR NEW YORK
THE NORTH AND EAST.
Richmond ?d Norfolk
The new Steamers
Berkeley and Brandon
Leave Richmond nightly at 7 o'clock for
Norfolk, stopping at Newport News In
both directions, arrivine at Norfolk at ?!
A. M., there transforrlnt' to Now Vork
steamer, dally, except Sunday, at 7 P. M.
Pasaeutjcrs can leavo duily, except Bun
day, by Chesapeako and Ohio Railway at
S:fAi A. M. md 4 P. M.. ir 9 ?. M. and 8
P. M. by Norfolk and Western Railway,
both lines connecting at Norfolk with
direct tteamcrs sailing same day.
Freight for all northern, eastern ntui
foreign ports reox-lved and forwarded
daily, except Sunday, at company's,
wharf (toot of Atih St.), Rocketts.
Tickets on sale ut Company's office, No.
1213 East Main Street; Richmond Trans?
fer Company, No. SI9 Eust Main Street;
Murphy's Hotel; Chesopeaku and Ohio,
nnd Richmond and Petersburg depots, uud
at Compuny's wharf. Richmond. Bass;??!?
checked throuith to all points.
Local Fares lietweeu Richmond and Nor.
folle, Newport Nows, Old Point and
Hampton. 12.50; to Uultlmoro inni ??p???
Houiicl tiln fine between Richmond and
Norfolk, 84.60. Time limit. 10 days. Above
faros Includo siuteroom berti; between
Norfolk nnd Rlnhiiiom1,. Meals, Table?
d'hoto, ROn. Rlehnioml to New York, all
water or rail and wnler, Jilo). l.Imlt. 3
days. Round trip, 114.00. Limit. 80 days,
Including meals ami utalrrooni berth
JOHN F. ???1??, Auront.
1212 East Main Street, Richmond, Va.
J. J. BROWN,
fii?iii'nil Passenj?er Agent.
?. ?. WALKER. Trufl'lo Mgr., New York.
Richmond, FroderlcksMrs &
TRAINS LEAVE ??????****?NORT0BBN,
It. F. A P. is, a.
4:10 A, M? daily, Dyrd-Stre N*. ThroO*;h?
Limited ?topi. Bleeping mid Dining Cari.
0:115 A. it,. dally, Mnln-8trc?t, Thiougn?
Limited stops. Hl.-cplng Cura.
0:?15 ?. M? tlfilly, Main-Street. Through. N(
stops. AH Pullman Cari*. Dining Car.
0:54 A. M., except Mondar, Dyrd-Street?
Thrutigh. All Pullman Cnrs and Dining Car.
7:10 A. M., ?fcek day?. Elba-Anhlnnd nc?
8:00 A M? Sunday only. Rrrd-Strnnt. Thronghu
Local atop?, Parlor Car,
8:10 A. M., week days. Rrrd-Strcnt. Throogh?
Lornl atop?. Parlor Car,
12:00 noon, week day?, Ryrd-Strect, Through.
Ldtultill stups, Parlor Car.
4:00 P. M? week d?ys. Byrd-Street. Fret.
6:06 ? M., ?lolly, Malu-E.
Itcd atops. Sleeping Car.
B:2H P. IL. week day?. Elba-Ashland accom?
8:00 P. M., dally. Byrd-Streot. Throogh,
Limited stops. Sleeping Cnr,
11:10 P. M., week days. Elba-Ashland ac?
TRAINS ARRIVI* IlfCHMOND?SOUTHWARD.'
0:40 A. M., week durs. Elba-Asbland accom?
8:00 A. M., dnlly, Byrd-Streot. Through.
8:25 A. St., week day?. Byrd-Street. Fred
12:05 P, lt., week days. Bryd-Strcot Tnrongh.
2:08 P. lt., dally, Main-Street. Through.
0:00 P. M., week dayi. Elha.Aabland accom?
0:40 P. M., dally. RyTd-Street, Throogl*.
Sleeping Cara. Dining Cnr.
0:00 P. II,, daily. Byrd-Street. Thron?;"?,
10:25 P. M.. dally. linln-Strcot. Through
All Pullman Cars and Dining Car.
11:00 P. it., week days, Elba-Ash land accom?
11:40 P. M., ?week days. Brrd-Streot.
Thrnuch. Ail Pullman Cars and Dining Car.
12:25 A. M? dally. Vlaln-Stroet. Through,
W. P. TATI.OR, Traffic Manager??
W. D. DITKB, General Mnnager.
O. *W. CDLP, Assist. Gen'l Mgr.
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Short line to principal cities of the South
and Southwest, Florida. Cuba, Texas. Ctllfor
ola nnd Merico, reaching the capitals of sia
SCHHITTLE IH EFFECT JA?, 11, 1903.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND??????8??*??*|
No. 27. No. 8T.
2:15 P. 11. 12132 ?. M.?-Lv. Rlcnmond.
2:62 P. M. 1:12 A. U.?Lv. Petersburg.
0:27 P. M. 5:2% A. II.?Lv. Bnlelgb.
8:65 P. M. 8:25 A. M.?Ar. ITamlet.
8:80 P. M. 8.15 A. M.?Lv. Hamlet.
5:16 A. M. 0:40 P. M.?Ar. Atlanta.
1:10 A. M. 11:55 A. M.?Ar. Columbia.
12:15 A. M. 11:00 A. M.?Lr. Columbia.
4:55 A. St. 3:15 P. M?Ar. Savnonali.
0:15 A. M. 7:40 P. M.?Ar. Jacksonville.
10:50 ?. M. ?Ar. St. Aiigustlne
0:OO P. M. 0:45 A. M?Ar. Tampa.
11:59 P. M. 11:40 A. M.?Ar. Charlotte.
11:50 P. M. 12:01 P. M.? Lv. Chester
2:05 A. M. 2:30 P. M.?Lv. Greenwood.
4:15 A. H. 5:10 P. II.?Lv. Athens.
5:15 A. M. 8:40 P. M.?Ar. Atlanta.
5:4C P. H,?Ar. Augnata,
11:35 A. St. 7:20 P. M.?Ar. Macon.
10:65 ?. II. 3:30 ?. ?.?Ar. Montgomery,
4:32 ?, M. 7:37 ?. ?.?Ar. Mobile.
?:2.-? P. M. 11:80 A. M.?Ar. New Orleans.
0:55 P. M. 1:30 ?. M.?Ar. Nashville.
8:20 ?. M. 8:20 ?. M_Ar. Memphis.
Trnln No. 85 leaves Richmond 0:10 A. M.
dally, for Petersburg, Norllna, N. C, and aU
Intermediato points. Connection at *.'crl*'j?
with train arriving Henderson 2:10 P. It. and
Italelgh 4:00 P. M? dnlly, and Durham 4 P. M.
dally, ptrept Sunday.
Connections ut Jacksonville for all Florid?
East Coast points; at Tampa for Havana and
all points ln Cuba; at Atlanta tor Montgomery,
New Orleans and all points In Texas. Mexico
and California; ul.su, for Chattanooga, Nashville
und all poluta West
TRAIN'S ARRIVE AT RICHMOND?DAILT.
15: 10 A. M. No. 34 j From all points South
0:10 A. M. No. 50 J and Southwest.
4:55 P. M.. No. 00 |
5:45 P. M.. No. 86 from Norllna, N. 0.,
Petersburg and local points.
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
No. 31.?Sealward Florida Limited; lea-ring
Richmond 10:28 P. M.. arrive Raleigh 2:23 A.
M? Southern Pines 4:11 A. M.. Columbia 7:24/?
A. M., Savannah 0:45 A. M., Jacksonville 1:20-,
P. M., St. Augustine 2:30 G. M. Solid Pullman
train, deluding Diner, New York to St. Au? "
Nos. 50 and 57.?Seaboard Express. Pullman
Drawlng-Room Sleeping-Cars between Washing?
ton and Tampa, dally. Yestlbnled coaches be*
tween New York and Richmond, and between
Richmond and Jacksonville. Alao. through
Drawing-Room Sleeplng-Cnrs between New York
and Atlanta, and Cafe-Cars between Uamlot
and Atlanta and Jacksonville. TrI-Weekly
Sleeper between Washington and Plnehurst,
leaving Washington Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Satunlays; returning leave Plnehurst Mondays, .
Wednesdays1 and Fridays.
Nos, 27 and 00.?Seaboard MalL Pullman
Drawing-Rooms Sleeping-Cars botweea New York
and Jacksonville, connecting at Uamlot with
Sleeping-Care to and from Atlanta, In connec?
tion with which through Pullman tickets are
S..UI. Finest Day Coacbes. Buffet Parlor Car
Service between Washington, Southern Pines
and Hamlet, leaving Washington Mondays. Wad
days and Fridays; returning leave Hamlet, ?
Tuesdays, Tbursduys and Saturdays. Cafe Oar? ?
on all through trains.
W. J. MAY, City Ticket Agent.
Z. P. SMITH, District Passenger Agent.
? -;- -a'.
Atlantic Coast Line
bUtii-uuLx, IN E??rj-.?X JiJi. 18, 1903.
TRAINS LEAVi! lUCUMONb? JBYRD-aXUEET
9:00 A K? NORFOLK LIMITED, dally. Ar?
rives Petersburg 0:31 A. M? Norfolk 11:20 A.
M. Stops only at Petersburg, Wuverly and Sot*
8:30 A. M., dally. Arrives Petersburg 0:1?
A. II., Einporla 10:42 A. M.. Weldon 11:22 A,
U., Fayettevllle 4:S5 P. M? Charleston Al ill
P. U,. Savannah 3:00 A. 11., Jacksonville ?-??
A. M., Tampa 7:00 P. M., Tort Tampa 7:30 P,"-\
Connecting at Wilson with N?. 49, arriving
Goldaboro 2:05 P. M., Wilmington 0:43 P. M,
Pullman Slueper Now York to Jacksonville.
12:"0 P, II., dally. Arriving Petersburg 1 :CH
P. M. Connects with Norfolk and Westen
Railway for Roanoke and Intermediate point?
Stops at Drowry's Bluff, I'entralia und ehesten.
3:00 P. H? OCEAN SI RT LIMITED, dally,
Arrives Petersburg 0:80 P. M.. Norfolk 6:2?
P. M. Stops only at Petersburg. Waverlj
4:10 P. M., dally, excopt Sunday. ArrlTe,
Petersburg 4:53 P. U., Weldon 6:54 P. Mrf
and Rock Mount 8:10 P. M.. Goldsgoro S:2S Pi
M. Makoa all Intermediate stops.
6:66 P. M? dally. Arrives Petersburg 0:43
P. M. Makes all stops.
0:50 P. M., FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN
LIMITED, dnlly. Arrives Petersburg 7:82 P. M,
Connects with Norfolk and Wsstern for Nor.
folk and Intermediate points. Emporla 8:4V
P. M. (connecta with Atlantic and Danville foi
stations betwen Emporla and I wrencevtUe)f
Weldon 0:00 P. M? Wilmington 0:10 A. M,,
Fnyutteyllle 12:47 A, M? Char: an 5:45 A
M., Savnnnnh 7:65 A. M.. Thoroasvllle 2:45 Pk
M? Jacksonville 12:45 A. lt.. Tampa 10:00 Pi
M? Port Tampa 10:30 P. M.
NEW LINE TO MIDDLE GEORGIA POINTS-.
Arriving Augusta 8:25 A. M.. Macon 11:35 A,
M.. Atlanta 1:00 P. M. Pullman sleeper Ken
York to Wilmington, Charleston. Port Tampa,
Jacksonville, Oukusta and Macon; New YorJ
to Tuoinasrlllo. Tuesday only. DlnlngCar Sort
8:35 P. M., dally. Arrives Petersburg 10:11
P. M. Connecta at Petersburg with Nortoll
and Western Railway, arriving Lynchburg 81-11
A. M? Roanoke 4:43 A. M., Bristol 10:40 A.
M. Pullman sleeper Richmond to Lyncbbur?
11 ISO ?. M., dally. Arrives Petersburg, 12:?l
"Sl?oO P. ?t? "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA;
SPECIAL." dally, except Sunday. Arrivai
Charleston 8:45 0 .11.. Savannah 10:50 ?. ???
LeuUvlllq 2!R0 P. M? St. Amvistlne 4:00 P. M,
l'tillninn Paluco Sleeping. Library. Observation
and Dining Cars, New York to St. Augustine,
??a ?-^a,??? AltlHTH ItlCHMOND.
4.?7 A, M.. dully. From Jacksonville. Sar?n,
nah, Charleston, Atlanta, Macon, Augusta ani
ali points Smith.
6:40 A. M., dally, except Monday, From BU
O'iauHtlno, Jack?niivUIo, Savannah, Cburleatoi;
ami ali Florida po'nts.
7:35 A, M,. dully. ?'rom Petersburg, Lyoch,
bure unit the Went.
8:48 A. M? dally, except Sunday. Peters
burn beul. _
1G10 ?. M., dully cr?ent Sunday. Prom
Rocky Mount and Intermediate stations, Nor?
folk nnd Suffolk,
11:10 ?. M,, dally. From Petersburg. Sot
folk und Norfolk.
11:43 A. M? dally. Prom Norfolk. Suffolk
a.oo ?, M., dally, From Petersburg. Roan?
oke and Intermediate points.
0:50 P. v., dally. From Norfolk. Suffolk
TMR P, >T.. dally. Frem Miami. Port Tarn,
pa. Jacksonville, Savannah. Charleston. WH*
minutan. fJoldsborn and all paints Sonth.
8:H) P, it,, dally. From PeUrsbnrg, Lynch
burg ami tlio Wusl.
Ri K, RMsfr-TtSON,
W. I, CRAIO.
(.?inorili Passenger Agent.
C. S. CAMPP.KLL.
Division Passenger Agent.
ItYDK PTPUMST-ni? CO'S
RICHMOND ANT? ???G??? ??????
Appointed ?atllngr dava: Kvery TUES.
?*???, FRIDAY and SUNDAY. a,t &?.y*
Usht. Freight reovlvtd dally till U.U.