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IS THE CHEAPEST,-'_
AND THE BEST IS THE
WE ALONE SOLE AGENT
appeals to every member
cf the household;.all be
- come performers and each
finds a personal pleasure
In It, Let us show It to you;
BIG AND LITTLE PRICES
' ' "I
means possession of the
power to please,provided
the player uses a
Kim ball, or
A beginner, at a high-grade
Instrument, gives and receives
more genuine pleasure than a
master at a poor piano.
Waiter D. Moses & So.
OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN THE CITY,
I03 E_. RROAD
THE TOG CO
?Vins Out in a Case in Court
ESTATE OF G. E. SAVILLE
Law and Equity Court of Richmond Was
?Reversed in This Case and
Also In a Third
Judgo Keith wrote the opinion handed
down In the Court of Appeals yesterday
In the case of tho W. R. Trlgg Company
vs. Lindsay, reversing the Judgment of
the Law and Equity Court, ot Rich?
mond. This was an action for damages,
In which the jury rendered a verdict for
tho plaintiff. Llodsay was employed In
the Trigg shipyards, and. was injured by
an accident. One of the emery wheels
in the department ln which ho was at
?work burst and he was badly hurt,
Lindsay ?.on his case ln the lower court.
Tho appellate tribunal holds ' that theio
was no evidence that the Trlgg.Company
failed to perform Its duty "In the selec?
tion of servants or ln provld.ne ma?
chinery for the use of its employes, and
the Judgment complained of must bo
Was Partially Reversed.
Tn the case of the Granite Building
Company vs. Savllle's administrator aud
others, the Law and Equity Court of
Richmond Was partially reversed. Judge
Harrison wrote the opinion. This was a
case In which the late George E. Sa?
vina was bonded ln the sum of $2,000,
with the American Bonding and Trust
Company as surety. Mr. Savllle was
beok-keeper for the Granite Company.
The suit was to hold the estato of Mr.
Bavllle liable for $3,000 und to hold the
American Bonding Company liable fur
the amount of Its bond.
The Court of Appeals holds that the
lower tribunal did not err in dismissing
the bill as to the American Bonding and
rrust Oompany.ibut that It did err In dis
jnisalng tho bill as to the administrator
Bf Mr. Savllle.
A Third Reversal. /
Judge Cardwell wrote the opinion re
Terslng tho Law and Equity Court of
?Uclimood ln the case Ot tho Passenger
Xnd Power Comi? n y vs. Allen.? Mrs.
Alice Vf. Allen claimed and was awarded
Samag?s for lujuries received through
the alleged negligence of a conductor.
Mrs. Allen was on a Main-Street car
jrolng east. At Third Street she at?
tempted to step off tho car before It
reached the regular stopping point.
The conductor claimed that he warned
Mrs. Allen to wait until the car stopped,
but Mrs. Allen denied this.
Summary of Opinions.
Judge James Keith, P.:
Trlgg Company vs. Lindsay. I_iw and
Equity Court, olty of Richmond. Re?
Lea _ Snead vs. Willis et als. Circuit
Court of Franklin county. Reversed,
Judge R. H. Cardwell:
Richmond Passenger and Power Com?
pany vs. Allen. Law and Equity Court
city of Richmond. Reversed.
Judge John A. Buchanan:
Robinson vs. City of Danville. Corpo
rattoa Court city of Danville. Affirmed.
F?rst Brothers vs. Banks. Corporation
Court of Newport News. Affirmed.
judge George M. Harrison;
Davis vs. Bavis, etc. Corporation
Court of city of Lynchburg. Reversed.
Downoy vs. Btrouse ?_ Company. Cor?
poration Court of Alexandria. Affirmed,
Granite Building .Company vs. Savllle's
administrator. Law and Equity Court
city of Richmond, Affirmed m part and
reversed In part.
Judge 8. G. Whittle:
Farmers' Benevolent Association vs.
Klnzey, Circuit Court of Franklin coun?
Petitions and Writs.
Petition to rehear, Pettyjohn vs. Na?
tional Exchange Bank, Petition to re
? hear refused.
Whitehall Company vs, Hall, Appeal
and supereedeos. Circuit Court of Bucle
?pgham county. Bond, $-1,500.
Hancock vs, Whitehall Tobacco Com?
pany. Circuit Court of Buckingham
county. Writ of error and supersedea?.
Southern Railway Company, ve. Cootw.
Writ of error and super60deas. Clrcn't
Court of Campbell county, Bond. 18,000.
Bristol Belt Line Railway Company vs.
Bullock Electric Company. Corporation
Court of Bristol. Bond. $1,200.
Radford West End Company vs, Cow
n. Appeal and supersedeas. Circuit
Court Montgomery county. Bond. $1,030.
Richmond Traction Company vs. Wil?
liams. Law and Equity Court city of
Richmond. Writ of error and suporsc
deas, Band. $750.
Horn? vs. Bolton. Writ of error re?
fused. Circuit Court of Augusta.
Glroloml vs. Commonwealth. Hustings
Court of Richmond. Writ of error re?
RIclimond: Delia Ashton to Mattle
James, certain furniture at No. 1_24
Moore Streot. $1.
W. P. Burwell to Mary E. Burwcll.
40 feet on east side St. John Street, be-'
tween Federal and Coutta, for life, and
at her death to her husband. If living,
or, If he be dead, to her children, ?1.
Samuel H. Kornlck and wife to Fred?
erick C. Kellam. leasehold Interest In
33 feet on west side of Ninth Streot b?
".tween Franklin and Grace, $3.100.
G. D. Pearraan and wife to A. C.
Eecker, 35 feet on Twenty-sixth Street,
southeast corner M, $2,000.
Same to Henry S. Wallersteln, 28 feet
on south side of Grace Street, 33(1 feet
east of Allen Avenue, $1.6S0.
W. D. Rock and wife to Eva B. Pal
more, 21 feet on north side of Broad
Street, 31 feet west of Thirty-second, $2.
Thomas J. Todd to Mary V., wife of
Charles L. Todd, KJx50 feet on Twelfth
Street, southwest corner Basin, subject
to deed of trust for $1.005, $5,0O0.
A. B. Whart?n and wife to Engolhard
Horn, 31 feet on north side of China
Street, 62 feet east of Cherry. $760< .
Henrico: H. S. Wallersteln, wife and
L. E. Ullman to E. W. & X. T. Mosby.
114 1-2 feet on Thirty-second Street,
southwest corner of Clay, $1,000.
The National Union.
Old Dominion Council, No. S54, of the
great secret fraternity and assurance
order, "The National Union of Amorlca."
will hold Its regular monthly meeting;
to-nisht at 8 o'clock ln Marshall Hall,
Broad and Twenty-llfth Streets.
This will be an unusually Important
meeting on account of the expected visit
of the State senator of the order, who
will be here In the Interest of the ex?
tension of tho order, and a full attend?
ance of the member- Is urgently re?
Miss Aunspaughto Lecture.
Miss Eugenia Aunspaugh will give a
publlo lecture and readings on the "Faith
and Spirituality of the Poets" at the
residence of tho Rev. Robert P. Kerr,
D. D., No. 418 West Grace Street, on
Saturday' afternoen, February 7th, at 6
Miss Aunspaugh ls doing much to in?
terest people In the study of poetry, and
her. lectures aro not only eloquent, but
show also a deep Insight Into tho under?
lying thought and purpose of poets.
The Phoenix Club.
One of the most Important meetings of
the Phoenix Club Is to be held to-morrow
evening at 8 o'clock at the club rooms,
No 912 Capitol Street. The matters con?
sidered will be new quarters nnd an en?
tertainment to be glvfn next month, This
club has a largo amount In tho treasury
and has been In existence a long time.
""take a fresh hold.
Good for a Stepping Stone.
Tho route hack to health Is nine times
out of ten through the use of proper
food. The healthy enjoy life: It Is the
sickly and weak who have lost Interost.
Restoring health (through sdentino feed?
ing) means restoring happiness, too.
You must take a fresh hold. Kore Is
a sample case?a lady of Dallas, Texas,
who writes: "Two years ago I was
sick all tho time. None of the food i
was eating agreed wlta me. It did not
digest and I suffered dreadfully,
"I went to Florida and stayed three
months, but got worso all the timo.
Came back to Georgia and filially came
West. At this time I felt aa If I wero
losing my mind. My health was slip?
ping away, strength and energy were
gone and I stood'in fear of the dreaded
asylum. I would not have given two
cents to see the greatest city In the
world, but continued to travel, hoping
It would help mo.
'Vlnally I tried Grape-Nuts and I must
say words are Insufficient to express the
good tho food did me. I have been us?
ing It some time and my health Is bot"?
ter, my mind clearer and I weigh more
than I have In tun years, 1 eat anything
I want and nothing seems to disagree
"J don't tolte any medicine at all now
and I feel well all the time. I slmplv
would not be without Grape-Nuts."
Name given by Postum Company, Battio
Answers the Statements in
tho Christian Advocate.
THE LETTER OF MR. LIGHT
Statemont That It is Totally Unfounded
In So Far as it Relates to the
Episcopal Church of
Distinctly a sensation has been created
In local ministerial circles by the publi?
cation In the Richmond Christian Advo?
cate of . this week of an article contain?
ing tho assertion that tho State Institu?
tions of learning are practically under
Episcopal control, and tho additional as?
sertion that certain other schools and col?
leges advertised as non-sectarian and un?
derstood to bo such, are nevertheless tho?
roughly denominational ln spirit and
Much discussion was given to the mat?
ter yesterday and particularly to the fact
that tho Methodist organ by Implication
endorsed all the article contained. It Is
highly probable, ln fact It Is certain, that
lho statements will provoke a long con?
troversy, which will echo tor some days!
yet to come. Several denominations are
Interested, and several of the denomina?
tional papers will take the malta? up.
The Episcopalians particularly are touch
.arousfcd, and the ne_r*wcek's issue of the
Southern Churchman will contain a hot
and indignant reply to tho Advocate. The
.nature of this reply Is best seen from
the Interview with the editor of the
Churchman, published below:
The article ln question, It will be re?
called, was from the pen of the Rev. J.
H, Light, a. Methodist minister of Lex
? ington, who wns arguing for contribu?
tions to the endowment of Randolph-Ma
con College. In support of this argument
he went on to make the7 assertion that
Methodists should support Randolph-Ma
con because they could ?_ pect nothing
from th_j>ther Institutions of learning In
the State." Certain colleges, labelled as
non-sectarian, are thoroughly denomina?
tional, and are using various lofluences
to wean Methodist boys from the faith of
their fathers. The State Institutions, sup?
posed to be undenominational, are really
under Episcopal control.
In. its editorial columns the Advocate
called special attention to this article as
a timely 'and suggestive communication,
worthy of tho attention of its readers.
Methodists should awake, said the Advo?
cate, to a consciousness of the facts set
forth ln It. and should bestir themselves
in behalf of Randolph-Macon.
A GREAT STIR-HP.
With the publication of the two?the
communication and the editorial-arises
a storm which bids fair to shake things
before It Is done. Two or three of the
religious papers will have Interesting
things to say next week. The Religious
Herald, the organ of tho Baptists, will
go In for the subject, though Just ln
what manner cannot be learned.
It Is among the Episcopalians, how?
ever, that the real stir Is evident Nearly
every minister seen yesterday was talk?
ing about the matter and there was no
effort to mince words. Bishop Oibson,
himself, was, to say the least, much In?
terested In the Advocate, and was at
(Irst disposed to take some official notice
of tho statements made. He was consid?
erably surprised that such assertions,
which he declared to be wholly untrue
and unfounded, so far as they concerned
tho Episcopal Church, should appear in
the columns of a well-informed religious
The reply of the Episcopalians to the
charge will be made next week through
the columns of the Southern Churchman
of this city. That this reply will be a
pretty hot one cannot be doubted. The
Rev. William Meade Clark, editor of the
paper, was seen yesterday and stated
emphatically that he would have some?
thing to say, and ' something very de?
WHAT MR. CLARK SATS
The line the Churchman will pursue is
to be seen from tho statement made bo
low by Mr. Clark. He was asked yes?
terday afternoon for some expression
concerning the matter, and ho wrote ou?,
Tou ask my opinion 6f the statement
?a the Advocate that "the State Insti?
tutions of Virginia are practically Epis?
copal schools"; the other statemont, ?*??
It imaginable that the Episcopal Church
would be without ?. singlo Institution of
higher education, if she did not feel se?
cure In the control of the State Insti?
Tho Episcopal Church ln Virginia has
not, never had and uever will, have
anything to do with a Stato Institution
of any kind. It has kept itself clear
of all political alliances and combinations
nnd has never on any occasion asked any
favor, directly or Indirectly, by word,
act or implication, of the State. Its
clergy have confined themselves to
preaching the gospel and advancing th?
cause of pure religion. Its councils
havo given their time to considering their
own affairs and have never undertaken
to advise or instruct the State. The
Episcopal Church believes absolutely and
uncompromisingly In a separation of
Church and State, and has Invariably
practiced what It preached: and ln so
doing made no appeal to popular clamor
The Episcopal Church ln Virginia has
no Institutions of higher learning, such
as colleges, universities, simply because
Its people have felt no need for them.
Most of them are sufficiently Intelligent
to prepare for their sons an education
at a first-class State university.
And when higher Institutions are look?
ing for professors they necessarily get a
largo percentage of them . from among
Episcopalians, Is there any law to pre?
vent a State Institution from employing
the best available professor Just because
ho Is an Episcopalian? Is this religious
persecution tinder a new guise? . And
nre our Methodist brethren driven to
this extremity? And does the large mass
?? Intelligent ChJ-istian Methodists In
this State endorso this new method of
religious persecution? Are thoy willing
to be put In any such narrow nnd hlg
oted position as this? Do the hundreds
of broad-minded, liberal-spirited gentle?
men of that body in th? city of Rloh?
mond approve of this relapse Into me.
dlevol method? We would Ulte very
much to know.
Agnin, the boards of all these Insti?
tution? ars appointed by tlie Governor,
Now, there luui been no Episcopalian In
the Mansion for Rolng on twelve year?,
find In that timo every board In the
State has li?j??n completely renowed, Did
ill" Enlsenpallnn pack Ihom? If eo,
how do Governors Mnntngun, O'Kerrali
nnd tho friend?; of Governor "MWilnney
like this reflection on either their Intel?
ligence or common honesty? And these
hoards?what do they think of this
charge against thHr Integrity? Are they
willing to rest silent under It?
G? fnot, both articles In the Advocate
are simply the statements of a dlseasod
LOOK HERE FOR IT
It Is What the Reader Has
People will read advertisement? about
cures mado by medicine, a? they read
thoy wonder If the statements are true.
If true, wie the? relief temporary or per?
manent? Rend Ulis cate about Doari'
W. H. Clarke, of Bennett Street, ao
e?unUat at the Bloch Bros., Tobacco
Worki. Wheeling, Vf. Va., say": "If any
back aches' I know what will cur? it,
Doan't Kidney Pills. They are tho best
romedy I ever came across. For months
? t?_? plagued wKh backache, not sharp
pains, but a dull aching all the time,
that made mo feel mienra-ie. I got med?
icine on different occasions from doc?
tora, and It seemed to relieve me for the
time, but It Boon woe a? had as ever.
Hearing of Doan'e Kidney puis, I took
a course of the treatment. They cured
me, and that cure has been lasting. I
t .1 corroborate this In a personal Inter?
view or In reply to any communication
mailed to me." jf
For sal by all dearlers. Price. *c0 cent?.
Foster-MHburn Co., Buffalo, N. T., sole
agente for the U. 8.
Remember the name?Doan'B?and take
brain, a morbid imagination. So far as
the Episcopal Church is concerned,
there ls neither truth nor Justice In
them from beginning to end.
IN THE U. S. COURT
Cases Argued Yesterday Morning?A
Conference for To-Morrow.
In the United States' Circuit Court of
Appeals yesterday morning. Circuit
Judges Goff and Simonton and District
Judge McDowell on the bench, the fol?
lowing cases were argued:
No. 474. The Chesapeake Shoe Com?
pany, petitioners, appellants, vs. __, B. /
Seldner. trustee of John F. Small, bank?
rupt: from the District Court at Nor?
folk, Va, Argued by Edward IL Balrd,
Jr., of Norfolk. Va., for the appellant,
and by P. A. Agelasto, of Norfolk. Va.,
for the appellee, and submitted.
No. 476. Ella C. Cocke, A. C. Orr
and others, appellanti, vs. J. H. Copen
haver. sheriff, &c, appellees; appeal
from the Southern District of West Vir?
ginia, at Chnrleston. Argued by E. W.
Wilson, of Charleston, W. Va., and John
Osborne, Union, "W. Va., for the appel?
lants and by George FJ. Price, of
Charleston. W. Va., and Wesley Mollo
han, of Charleston, W. Va., for the ap?
pellees, and submitted.
Mr. P. A. Agelasto, of Norfolk, Va?
was admitted as attorney of the court.
The following case Is in the call for
No. 478. A, 8. Johnston, plaintiff ln
error, vs. Fairmont Mills and L. Guy
Harris, as receivers of Fairmont Mills,
defendants ln error; In error to Circuit
Court at Charleston, S. C. To be ar?
gued by C. P. Sanders, of Spartanburg,
S. C, for the plaintiff in error, and by
Nlcholls & Jones, Spartanburg, S. C,
for the defendants In error.
The court will hold a conference ses?
EARL OF YARMOUTH
MISS THAW'S SUITOR
(?Special to Tbe Timps-D*sp?tch.>
WASHINGTON, February a.?A story
was current yesterday that the Earl of
Yarmouth was a suitor for the hand of
Miss Mary Thaw, who Is the daughter
of one of the richest of the Pittsburg
Washington familles, and tho heiress of
a million in her own right.
Mrs. Thaw, the mother of the young
woman. It Is said, has sent her daughter
to Florida to keep her from the Earl.
The story also said that th0 Eearl had
followed on the first train. Tills, It Is
declared by the friends of the Thaw fam?
ily, has little foundation in fact Mrs.
Thaw is now in her Pittsburg home, and
her daughter is. visiting Mr. and Mrs.
George L. Carnegie ln their home on a
small island Just oft Feroandina, Fla.
Tho Earl of Yarmouth was the guest
.here of Mrs. Thaw's son, Harry K. Thaw,
about a fortnight ago.
Mrs. Thaw was not pleased over het
son's Invitation to the EarL It Is known
that several "Washington hostesses re?
fused to Invite the Earl to functions dur?
ing his stay, although Mr. Thaw re?
quested that he be included In the guest
list Mrs. Thaw has denied ln the most
positive terms that the Earl Is a. suitor
of her daughter.
? ? '
C. & O. Earnings.
Following Is a comparative statement
of the gross earnings of the C. & O. for
the fourth week of January: 1903,
$585,967.65 ? 1902, 460,370.14; Increase $105,
For the month of January: 1903, $1,542,
004.30; 1902, $1,339,845.80; Increase $202,158.14.
WANTED TO CO
TO CITY JAIL
Eddie Foster Would Come
Out When the Blue
Eddie Foster would rather be ln Jail
than on the streets during the. winter
months. The foot Is he hardly has a
chance to discriminate, for he spends a
large lot of his Urne in jell any way,
both summer and winter. .
He got out of Jail several days ago,
and whon he was lined up again yester?
day before Justice Crutchifleld he begged
to be sent to Jail,
"I wants to got out when the Blue
Birds begin to sing," he sold, "about the
middle of June."
"All right," said Justice John. 'Til
give you four months."
"Lessee," said Eddie, "das er long
time. I think I ruther git out the mid?
dle er May."
"We'll make It three months.?"
"I mean I ruther git out the middle er
"Well, we'll call It sixty days!"
"Thanky, boss, thanky."
Charles Rodenlueer was dlsmtiseed. He
had been charged ,wlth hlttlnrg Bessie
Brown, but the charge waa not sus?
The ease of Joseph Gardner, colored,
alleged to have taken two ba.rrels of
flour and a lot of cornmeal from George
P. Mayo, went over to the 12th, and an
attachment went out for the witnesses,
Andrew Couelns went down for sl_
months (or taking * watch vjulued at
$45 belonging to ?, N, Walker.
Daisy Morton and Annie Jonkitns, col?
ored, were each fined $-.50 for ateaultlng
Joo Genottl paid $:."? for engaging In
a. game of craps, and he was ?lven Ihe
alternative of going down for tei*- days.
? .C. Hatcher paid th* usual ???* for
Calls on the Children of the
THE LENTEN SEASON
Asks for Contributions in tho Mite.
Boxes?About $7,600 Must Be
Raised by the First of
In connection with the rapid approach
of the Lenten soason, Bishop Robert A.
Gibson has issued the followlns address
to the children of the diocese of Vir?
Richmond, Va? February B, 1003,
To the Children of the Diocese of Vir?
My Dear Children,?Lent is not far off
your Sunday-school superintendents and
tcacheri are sending for the little boxes
ln which your Lenten offerings are to be
gathered for the extension of the church
in old Virginia.
You are asking yourseVvee what self
denial you shall practice this year to
make your offering equal to that which
you gave last year.
The Missionary Committee Is prom?
ising salaries out of an almost empty
treasury to the clergy, on whom, after
all Is said and done, the success of the
work depends. (A
The treasurer Is saying to the Commit?
tee: "Tho funds are very low now, but
the chlldron's offerings will soon come
in. You need not be afraid to give the
preachers at least enough to live on."
And everything points to the fact that
the Bishop's time has come to write
you a letter. ;
The Bishop likes to talk to you. It Is
a pleasure to talk to children, and es?
pecially a pleasure to talk to them about
giving. ?Children love to give; all people
who hai'6 tried It love to givo. Giving
makes people feel feti large, and it makes
them feel good; and it makes them feel as
If they were agreeable persons. The30 are
very pleasant feelings; all ot them. But
giving to the spread of the Gospel of the
Lord Jesus Christ is better than any
other kind of giving, because It is giving
life. Lifo Is the greatest gift. But our
Lord Jesus Christ is Ufe, because he
says: "I am the Life." Jesus Christ
dwelling In the hearts of people Is life
temporal and Ufo eternal. The Holy
Spirit, who Is tho Christ Bearer, Is the
Giver of Lifo; that wo say In the
second o ftse two creeds ln the Prayer
Now you -want to give this great gift
of Life to people who have very little
of it?scarcely more than the capacity
for it The Bible contains It; the minis?
try is entrusted with it; the Sacraments
of the church, if rightly used, convey it.
What can you do? Why, send the Bible,
and support the ministry, and see that
the people get the Sacraments. That is
tno work of the Dloceso Missionary So?
ciety ln Virginia, and you can give them
your mouey and ask them to give all
these things to the people; that they
may know Christ and thus have life.
Tho Blshpp asked you last year to give
one quarter of your cootrlbutlons to the
Board ln New York. You did It freely,
and yet you gave as much as before to
this ?ilocese. I want you to do the same
this year. The board is a good board. If
they are not all Virginians. I put a great
deal of confidence ln ? them, and I want
you to feel the same way. Lets have
a strong effort and put those who have
been croaking about the Missionary So?
ciety to the blush. The diocese must
raise $7,E0? for Its missions before May
or else with shame begin to take a lower
Very truly Your Friend,
ROBERT A GIBSON,
Bishop of Virginia.
Orders for mite boxes for the Sunday
schools should bo sent at once to the
"WILjn Paper Box Company, No. IS Gov?
ernor Street, Richmond. Va.
W. C. T. U. PRAYS FOR
A TRENTON RECTOR
(Krcplal to The Time-Dispatch.)
NEWARK, N. J., February 5.?In the
hall of the Women's Christian Temper?
ance Union In Newark yesterday, ? ayors
wero offered for the Rev. Hamilton
Schuyler, pastor of Trinity Eplscopa
Church, of Trenton, by tho members of
the Union. Dr. Schuylor delivered a ser?
mon In January In which, it is declared,
he upheld the drinking of wine, holding
that the Lord meant it,to be used. That
part of his sermon Which the women
particularly repudiated was the following
"Bread and water, while they are capa-'
ble of supporting life, do not themselves
satisfy human oraving. Wa want more
than human necessities. We want some?
thing that is able to exhilarate, that
will bring a glow to tho heart, quicken
the pulse and refresh and gladden tho
The same branch prayed for Bishop
Potter last year.
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St. Paul. Feb. 25. New York, March 4.
Red Star Line.
Salllnc Saturday at 10 A. M.
Finland, Feb, 14, Kroonland, Feh. 2S.
Vadorland, FtJb. ?a. Zeeland, March 7.
Piers 14 nnd 15, North River,
Office, 73 Broadway, N. Y.
W. B. PALMER & CO..
Merchants and Miners
Steamship Line. Direct Route to
Boston. Mass.? and Providence, R. I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6 P. M. Accommodations and cui?
sine unsurpassed. Passengers and freight
taken for all New England points. Tick?
ets on salo at Chesapeake and Ohio and
Norfolk and Western Railway offices and
No, 819 East Main Street
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Bt-_im>i>_ Api'" Uli lUU-,
Care leaves corner Perry tuid Seventh
SUoeta, Manchester, evury hour ton ihu
hour) from t> A. M. to 10 P. M.. lust car
il:30 P. M,
Care leave Petersburg, foot of Syca?
more Htreet, ever) nour from tl:3Q A. M.
"o 10:30 P. M. S
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL
10 CENTS-ROUND TRIP-?? CBNT?,
" Ihio Ry.
LEAVE nlCTrMONTJ-RABTBOUND. .
2 NORFOLK TRAINS. 2 HOURS 25 MIN,
7:46 A. M.?Ex. Hnnrlny?Local to Nowport
0:00 ?, M.?Dnlly?Express to Norfolk and
4:00 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?Express to Norfolk
and Old Point.
6:00 P. M.?Dull???Loral to Old Point.
10:10 ?. M.?Ex. Sun.?Local to Clifton
2:00 P. M\?Dally?Expresa tr> Cincinnati,
Loulsvlllo, St. Louis und Chicago,
G:15 P. M.?Ex. Hun.? I^ocal to DonwelL
lO.'SO P. M.?Daily? Expr?s? to Cincinnati,
Loulsvlllo, fit. Louis and Chicago.
JAMES RIVER DIVISION.
.0:20 A. M.?Dnlly?To Lynchburg and
B:1E P. M.?Ex. Sun.?Leoni to Rremo.
C. E. DOYLE. Vf. 0, WARTHEN,
Gen'l. Manager. Disi. Pays, Agt.
' AIR LINE RAILWAY
SCIL-DUL-B IN EFFECT JAN. 11. 1903.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
10:28 P. M.. dally. Seaboard Florida Lim?
ited, No. 31. Exclusively Pullmans; Din?
ing Car. Arrives Savannah .:45 A. M..
Jacksonville 1:20 P. M., St. Augustine
2:30 P. M. Stops only at Henderson,
Raleigh. Southern Plnrs, Hamlet, Cam
den, Columbio, Savannah. Thalmann,
12:32 A. M., dally. Seaboard Express. No. ,
27. Sleeping cars tr> Tampa and Atlanta
dnlly, to Plnehurst trl-weekly. Cnfe
Dining Cars. Arrives Savannah 3:15 P.
M., Jacksonville 7:4") P. IL, Tampa 6:45
A. M. Arrives Charlotte 11:40 A. JI.. At
? lnnta 7:40 P. M.
2:K P. M.. dally. Seaboard Mall, No. 27.
Sleeping Cars to Jacksonville and At?
lanta. Buffet Parlor Cur to Southern
Pines and Hamlet trl-wpekly. Arrives
Savannah 4:55 A. M.. Jacksonville 9.-1B A. !
M.. Tampa 6:00 P. JL Arrives Charlotte
11:C0 P. M? Atlanta 6:15 A. M.
9:15 A. M.. dally. Local for Petersburg,
Norllna, Henderson, Raleigh, Southorn
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
6:40 A. M. No. 31. fi: 10 A. M. No. 80. 4:53 ,
P. M. No, 64?From Florida, Atlanta |
6:45 P. M. No. 35?From Norllna and local
W. J. SIVY. CUv Ticket Agent.
7t. P. SMITH. District Pass. Agt.
lOOti E. Main Street. 'Phone -Wo.
General Off lo??: Roanoke. To.
_???_____._; ao-a, is?.
L,_?.V_ Rl-i-_l-M> tl*_I_ij, _t_U04Ti7.BE
0:00 A. M., NOIirOLi; LIMITED. Arrive?
Norfolk 11:20 A. ML Stojis uiily at Petersburg,
VV-terb and "ulfolk. Stup? ?t ?VikeDeld onljr
to let off puse-i.e-i frum Itlcbinoud and l_,
9:00 A. K? G?? CHICAGO EXPBE3S for
Lynchburg, Roanoke, Columbus, Cincin?
nati, and Chicago, Buffet Jarlor Car Pe?
tersburg to Roanoke. Pullman Sleeper
Roanoke to Columbus, Bluefteld to Cincin?
nati;; aleo, for Bristol. Knoxvllle and
Chattanooga. Pullman Bleoper Roanoke
1B;20 P. H., "Boanoke Expresa," tor Farm,
rllie, Lrnclibur., noun-lie und Intermediate
,t.:Mn,_?. M., OCEAF 8II0BB LIMITED. Ar
rires Norfolk 6:20 P. H. Stops onlj at Peter?,
bore, WaverlT mid f ?ffollt. Connecta at Nor?
folk with ?teamor? to Boston, Prorldence, New
Xork, Baltimore and ?Viinblnston.
6:66 P. M., for Suffolk, Norfolk and Interine,
.lata ?Utloiia. Arrives at Norf.dk at 10:40 P. M.
S:8( P. M.. tot Lrnchburz ind Koanuke. Con?
nect? at Ls-nchburg wltl! Washington and Chat?
tanooga Limited. Pullman Sleeper Lj-aehbprg
to Memphis and New Orleans. Cafe Parlor aud
ObserTutlnn Cars Itndford to Attala. Ala. full,
man Sleeper between Blehmond and, Ljuchburg.
and berth? reudr for occn-iitncy at 8:110 P. M.
Aleo Pullman Sleeper Petersburg and Roanoke.
Train? ?p-?t? Iilebmond from Lrncbburg and
the Woat dally at 7:39 A. SI.. 2:00 P. if. and
1:08 ?*. -1-, trom NorfoTi and the Eaat at ila?
A. M., 11:42 A. M. and .:S0 P. M.
JOHN B. WAONBR,
Oity Paieaoger and Ticket Agent.
C. H. BOSLEY,
Platrlct Pasne-nger Agent.
W. B. BHVITX.
Genomi P-?_?n_pr Arent.
'Ption*. 40.1. 1008 Ens. Mala Street.
DAILY. LINE FOR NEW YORK
THE NORTH AND EAST.
Richmond and Norfolk
The new Steamers
Berkeley aird Brandon
I ivo. Richmond nightly at To'clock for i
Noriolk, stopping at Newport News ln I
both directions, arriving at Norfolk at ?
A. M., t' ;re transferring to New York
steamer, dally, except Sunday, at 7 P. M.
Passengers can leave dully, except Sun?
day, by Chesapeake and Ohio Railway at
8:50 ?. M. and 4 P. M.. or 9 a. 11, ana 3
P. _L by Norfolk and Western Railway,
both lines connecting at Norfolk with
direct steamers : Balling samo day.
Freight for aP northern, eastern and
foreign ports rewaalvod and forwarded
dally, except dunday, at company's
wharf (foot of Aeh St.), Rocketts.
Tickets on sale at Company's office. No.
1212 East Main Street] Richmond Trans?
fer Company, No, 81? East ?Iain Street;
Murphy's Hotel: Cho-npenl'e and Ohio,
and Richmond and Petersburg depots, and
at Company's wharf, Richmond. Baggage
checked through to all points.
Lof-al Fares between Richmond and Nor?
folk. Newport News, Old Point and
Hampton. 12.50; to Baltimore and Wash?
Round trip fare between Richmond and
Norfolk. ?4.S0. Time limit. 10 daye. Above
fares Include stateroom berth Setwoon
Norfolk and Richmond. ???a??, Table
d'hote, 50c, Rlohmond to New York, all
water or rnll nnd water. $9.00. Limit, 3
days. Round trip. $14.00. Limit, 30 days,
Including me'-??! and stnt<?room berth
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent.
1213 East Main Street, Richmond, Vn.
J. J. BROWN.
General Passenger Agf-nt
?. B. WALKER, Traffic Mgr.. New York.
Via C. & 0. Railway and
U. S. MAILH0UTE.
Leave Richmond via Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway daily, oxce-n. ?uudiiy. _t 4
P. Mm -omi-cthi8 at Cid Point with tho
superb Bttiumor- of the Old Bay Line,
leaving at 7:15 x\ M., arriving Baltimore
6:30 A. M., In time to make connection
with all trains North, East and West,
Short rull rido and all night on ono of the
finest Htenmers In Southern water. Rn
turnlng. arrive Richmond 10 ?. ??., daily,
For tickets and general Information
apply at general offices Chesnpenko and
Ohtn Railway, Richmond Tranafar Com?
pany and 1006 East Mnln Street.
CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.'S
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM- !
Appointed sallln?; days: Every TTJES-.
DAY, FRIDAY und ?UNDAY. at day
light. IT.el.ht re?.lved dally till 5 P. M.'
ROHEDUXE HT EFFECT DEO. 14, IMS.
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARRIVE FO?-TEBHT?
?????8 LB>.7B RICHMOND, VA.
7??? A. M.. I.V 7, dally, for D-invlllo, Char?
lotte Rni) nil local ?tntlonn Soniti, connecting
ftt Dnnvllle for xt-tlnnt? te Tonditure, ilia
with G) ?ml W. Railway for Martlinvtn? ?n<l
Motions An thnt lino. At Greensboro for ill
Itntlons en?! ? ml Trent thereof
H18O _, M? No, IS, limited train dully, for
Jacksonville nnd ill Florida point?? ??t??a Wan?
mu, etc. Comnet? at Moseley with Farm-tills
?ml Pnwhntnn tlnllrnnd: .it f?reenaboro for Pur?
hum, Raleigh and Wlnnton-Halom; nt nmitin?
with No. ?S, ftnltml *,tut?-a fast muti, ?olid
train, ?lnllr, for Now Drlenns nnd points
Columbia, Hnvannnh nnd Jacksonville. Draw?
Ing-ltoom Ruftet Sleeper Richmond to AtUnU
?ml BlrmlnghiiBi. Through conch for Chase
City, Oxford ?nd nurlinm. Thrimji? (rain, '
with Sleeper, Salisbury to Metnphl?. Dining?
11:08 P. M? No. 11, Snnrbern Express,, dnlly,
for Atlanti,. Alienila. Jncknon-vllln und point!
finnth. Sleeper for Dnnvllle?. Oreensborro, Ral.
tilbury nnd Charlotte: opon nt Richmond 11:39
?. K, Connection with Now York and Florida
Express and Southwestern Limited, which cnr?
rie? throiiirh Bloopers tn August?, "nviinnnh,
Jacksonville, Tnmpn, Nashville, Memnhls. At?
lanta. New Orleans, etc. Complot?? Dlntng-Cnr
service. Also. Pullman Tourist Slowsr Mon?
dar?, Wednesday? ami Frldnys Wellington tn
San'Francisco, without chnriRC. with connection
for nil point? In Tom?, Mexico ?ml Cnllfnrnln.
???? ?, ?., No. 17. Iner.l ?t?'l.r. except Sun?
dny, for Kor??llle ?art Interpellate pointa,
TRAIN'S ARTIIVR IN RICHMONP.
0:55 A, M. anil VS5 P. 31. From Atlnnta,
Angusto, Jacksonville. Ashevllle nml all point*
8:40 A, M. From" Knv?vll1o and local ?tntinn?.
3 ?25 P, M. From Durham. Charlotte, Dnnrllh ?
nnd Intermediato stntlon*.
Nos. (Il and OS. between Manchester ?p?
YORK-RIVER LINE ???V
THE FAVORITE ROUTE NORTH.
4:30 P. M? No. 10, Baltimora Limited, dally
except Sundays, tor West Point, connecting at
Wont Point with steamers far Baltimora and
Vork River landings Monduys, Wednesdays sad
2:15 P. M., No. JO (Monday?, Wednesdays
and Frldny?), local express for Woet Point and
Intermediato itations. Connect* v-'tb stage at
Lester Manor for Walkerton ani*. Tapnahannock.
8:00 A. M., No. 7-1. local mixed. I/.vp? dally,
except Sunday, for West I'olat ?nd Intermediate
?talion?, connecting rllh stages at L?stet
Manor foi W?lkerton and Tnppnhnn-noek
TRAINS ARRIVE RlCTtMOND.
8:16 A. M? No. IR, dolly, from Went Point,
with connection from Baltimore Sundays. Wad?
nosrtoys and Fridays.
10:46 A. M., No. 0,, Wednesdays and Friday!
from Went Pnlnt and loonl ?tatlmis.
4:50 P, HI,, dally, except Sundays, ?_o_
West Point and Intermediate atatton?.
Bteamcra ?all from West Point 5:50 V, ?
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and Wll
call at Allmonds. Claybank and Gloneeat?
O. W. WESTBUBY,
District Passenger Acent
620 Eaat Main Street. Richmond, Va,
S. H. HARDWICTC.
(Sonerai Pa??encer Agent.
?. ?. ACKERT,
General Manngor. Wa?Mntrfnn. T). O.
Atlantic Coast Line
_0__jju?,_ IN tir-Li i' JAN. 12, 1903.
TUAIKS thAVi? kicum(j:\_?_????-_??;__?_
0:00 A M., NORFOLK LIMITED, dally. Ar.
rive? Peter?burs 0:31 ?. M., Norfolk 11:20 ?.
M. Stop? only at Petersburg, Waverly and Sui?
8:30 A. II., dally. Arrives Petersburg 9:11
A. M., Emrorln 10:42 A. M., Weldon 11:23 A.
M., Fayettcrllle 4M P. M-, Charleston 11 US
P. M., Savannah 8:00 A. M.. Jacksonville 0;0J
A. II.. Tnmpn 7:00 P. M.. Port Tampa 7:30 P.
Connecting at Wilson with No, ?SO. arriving
(ioldsboro 2:55 P. M., Wilmington B:4B ? P. _.
Pnllmnn Sleeper New York to Jacksonville.
1S:20 P. U.. dally. Arri Tine Peti-rubli rs 1:0(1
P. M. Connects with Norf?ilk ind Wentera
Railway for Ronnoke nnd Intermedi:.te points.
Stops at Urcwry'H HlulT, C-ntrnli.-i and Cheater.
8:00 P. M., OCEAN SHOUT LIMITED, daily.
ArrlTO? Petersburg; 8:30 P. M.. N'orfolk 5:20
P. BI. Stop? only at Peterabars. WiTerly
4:10 P. M., dally, except Sunday. Arrltei
Petersbure 4:53 P. M., Weldou ?:54 P. U.,
and RiMik Mount 8:10 P. M.. Guldajoro 0:23 P.
U. Makes all Intermediate ?top?.
B:5S P. M? dally. Arrive? Petersbure 0:43
P. M MnkPB all stop?.
?:?? P. K? FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN .
LIMITED, dally. Arrive? P-ta-tmrg 7:32 P. M,
Connects with Norfolk ?nd W-stern tor Nor? _
folk and Intermediato poln?i. Eninortn 8:43"
P. ?I. (connects with Attnntle and Danville Tor
?tatlons betwen Emporta nnd L?wrencerllln>i
Weidon 9:00 P. U.. Wllmtr?/ton 10:10 A. M.,
Fayettevllle 12:47 A. M.. ?Thnrlealon S.4.1 A. .
M?. Savannah 7:55 A. M., Thomn?Tillo 2:45 P.
M? Jnckson-vlllo 12:48 A. M., Tampa 10:00 P.
M.. Port Tampa 10:30 P. M.
NEW LINE TO MIDDLE flEORGIA POINTS?
Arrivine Auguntn 8:25 A. M.. Mncon 11:35 A.
M.. Atlanta 1:00 P. M. Pullman ?leoper New
York to Wilmington, Charlenton. Port Tampa,
Jacksonville, Ouknetn nnd Macon: New Vork.
to Thoinnsvllle. Tuesday only. DlnlngCar Ser?
9:85 P. H? dally. Arri res Potersbnri: 10:15
P. M. Connects at Petersburg with Norfolk
and Western Rnllway. arriving Lynchburg 2:10
A. M\. Roanoke 4:45 A. M., Bristol 10:40 A.
at, Pullman sleeper Richmond to Lynchhnrg.
11:30 P. H,. dally. Arrives Petersburg. 12:19
?. ? ,
11:60 ?, SI.. "NEW YOHK AND FLORIDA
SPECIAL." dally, except Sunday. Arrive*
Charleston 8:45 ? ,.?.. Savannah 10:50 ?. M.,
Louisville 2:50 P. M., St. Angustine 4:00 P. M.
Pullman Pnluco Sleeping. Library. Observation
nnd Dining Curs, New Vork to St. Augnatine,
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
4:07 A. M? dally. From Jacksonville. Savan?? ,
nnh, Charleston. Atlanta, Macon. Augusta and'-,
all points South.
8:40 A. II., daily, except Monday. From St.
Ourrustlne, Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston
and all Florida po'nts.
7:35 A. H? daily. From Petersburg, Lynch?
bnrgr and the Went.
8:48 A. M., dally, except Sunday. Peters)
11:10 A. M., dally exceiit Sunday. Fresi
Rocky Monnt and Intermediato stations, Noil
folk and Suffolk. ?
11:10 A, M., dally. Prom Petersburg, Sal
folk and Norfolk. I
11:42 A. M., dolly. Prom Norfolk, Suffolk
? nd Petersburg. , X
8:00 P. M., dally. From Petersbure, Roas
oke and Intemedlnte points.
8:60 P, K-. dnlly. From Norfolk, SuffolK
7:45 P. M,, dnlly. From Miami, Port Tul?
pa. Jacksonville. Savannnb. Charteatoa. Wll
mington. Qnldsboro and all points Sontb.
8:56 P. M., dally. From Petersburg, Lynch?
burg and tho West.
B, K. EMMERfiOW,
Trafilo Manater? '
W. J. ORAIO.
General Passenger Agent. ??
?. 8. OAMPBHLL,
Division Passenger Agent.
Richmond, Fredarlcks?urg &
TRAINS LJ-AVE3 RICHMOND
4:15 A. M., dally. Byrd St. Through
Limited stops. Sleeping ani Dining C>_nv
G:_> A. M., daily, ?Main St. Through. Un?
ited stops. Sleeping Cars. Coaches,
6:45 A. M? daily. Main St Through. N<
Stops. All Pullman Cars. Dining Car.
G:64 A. ?VI.. except Monday. Byrd St,
Through. All Pullman Cars, Dining Can
No s tops,
7:15 A. Si., weelc days. Elha. Ashland ao<
commodatlon. Local stops.
8:00 A. M.. Sunday only. Byrd, St
Through. Local stops. Parlor Can
S:40 A. AL, week days. Bryd St. Through,
Local stops. Parlor Cur. Coaches.
12 :t>5 noon, week days. Byrd St. Through,.
Limited stops. Parlor Car, Coaches.
4:00 P. M? week days. Byrd St. Fred?
cricks burg aocommodntlon. Local stops.
6:05 P. Bl., daily, Main St. Through. Lim?
ited stops. Sleeping Car. Coaches.
6:_> P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
commodation. Local stops.
8:05 P. M., dally. Byrd St. Through. Lim?
ited stops. Sleeping Car. Coaches.
11:10 P. M., week day?. Bita. Ashland no.
com modal Ion. Local stops.
TRAINS AR1?1VK RICHMOND?
6:4,0 A. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
commodation. Local stops.
S:00 A. M.. dally, Byrd St. Through.
Sleeping Car. Coaches. Limited stops,
8:25 A. M., week days. Byrd St.. Fi??l
orlcksburg accommodation. Lo<?al stops.
12.05 P. W., week days. Byrd St. Through.
Parlor Car. Conches. Local stops.
2:06 P. M.. d-illy, Mein St. Through.
Sleeping Car. Coaches. Limited stops.
6:00 P. St., week daye. Elba. Aahland ac?
commodation. Local stops.
6:40 P. M.. daily. Byrd 8t. Through.
Sleeping Cars. Dining Car. Coaches.
9:00 P. M., dally. Byrd Bt. Through.
Parlor Car. Coaches. Local stops.
10:25 P, M.. dally. Main St. Through. .4JI
Pullman Cars and Dining Car. No stops.
U:00 P. ?? week days. Elba. Ashlojid ac?
commodation. Local ?tops.
11:40 P. M., week da?.??. Byrd 8t. Throiigh.
All Pullman Cars. Dining Car. No stop?,
12:26 A, M., dally. Moin St. Through,
Sleeping Cars. Coachoe. Limited stops.
XV. P. TAVIX>R. Trafilo Manag?.
W. D. DUKE. General Manager.
c. w, cuw, Afis't. aoa'i. aigr,