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SPEECH OF MR. CABELL
He Contends for the Seating of Messrs.
Lambeth and Bibb?Leake Makes
Strong Presentation of Other
Side?Finished up To-Day.
Neither house of the Legislature ac
?aompllshed a great deal yesterday. ' Thb
Senate session was short and without
public Interest. Abbili was offered by
Mr. Byars to reg?late the buslnMs-of
|unk dealers and th?'one to appropriate
J20.O0O to the Eastern. State Hospital vas
The House held, two ?sessions; devoted
mainly to'argument In the Norfolk city ?
contested election' cane, tho matter hav?
ing como up as a special order. Three
hours were ?riven to each side, and Mr; :
Cabell, of Danville, opened In a two
hours' speech of much forco for Messrs.
Lambeth and Bibb, the contestante.. Mr.
Leake, of Gooohland; Who has change >f
the majority report,, followed on behalf
Of Messrs. Whltehond and Wool nid.
and there will be'several other speeches
on both ?Mr*.
Mr. Heermans (Republican), member of
the committee, will advocate the hnjfj?'
ing of a new election on the ground that
th?*re wa? fnud perp?tu?t?*] on both
sides, From all that con be lenrned the
majority report will bo adopted, retain?
ing? Messrs. Whitohcad and Woodard
In their ?eata.
The II luse adjourned to meet at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon.
The Senate. .
The Senate met with prayer by the
Berv, W. B. Beauchamp.
? resolution wa? adopts fixing to-diy
at 12:30 o'clock as the time for elec'lnir
the Judges of the twenty-four Judlcinl
circuits. The resolution was offerel by
Senator St. Clair, in whoee district Is
Wrytho (jcunty. the home of Judge R. C.
Jackson, nominated by the Democratic
caucus, It will be remembered that th're
was a little talk of calling another cau?
cus, as stated In The Tlmes-Dlspatch
Sunday, but the few who wanted to re?
open the old fight on Judge Jackson, be?
cause he did not support Bryan in 1S??.
met with little support.
The Senate lusted only twenty-five min?
utes. No bill? were passed. All upen
the calendar were passed by except, the
ene appropriating (20.OO0 for repairs at the
l?stern State Hospital which was or?
dered to 'ts engrossment.
A bill wns offered by Mr. Byars to reg
tilate the business of Junk-denlers so as
to prevent the encouragement of theft,
and to make the violation of this act ?
felony, punishable by Imprisonment In
Ihe penitentiary for one year.
The House woe called to order at noon
by Speaker Ryan, and prayer was of?
fer??! by Rev. John Hannon, D. D., of
the Methodist Church. Two days' leave
of absence waa granted Mr. Toney, of
Manchester," on account of sickness, and
there were a great many petitions In
favor of the Mann Bill. Mr. Weaver,
of Grayson. was granted Indefinite
leave ?on account of serious Illness In
Several bills were reported from com?
mittees, but they were mainly of local
The Speaker laid before the House the
Norfolk City contested election case.
Mr. Hunley moved to limit debate to
one hour on each side. This was op?
posed by Mr. Cabell. on behalf of the
contestants, and earnestly advocated by
An amendment was offered by Mr.
Carter, of Scott, and adopted, giving
two hours to each side, and fifteen
minutes was agreed upon for Mr. Heer
mans (Republican), member of the com?
mittee, in which to state the position of
himself and Mr. Robson (Republican),
?who did' not sign either report.
When the matter of time had been
disposed of. Mr. Cabell, of Danville,
was recognized and delivered an elabor?
ate and able speech In favor of tho
minority report, which 1s signed by
himself and Messrs. C. C. Baker and
"West, recommending that MessTs. Lam?
beth and Bibb, the contestants, be seat?
The speech of Colonel Cabell was a
X'ery strong one, and he went over tho
record carefully, contending that should
the precincts named as having had
fraudulent elections be thrown out, the
contestants would be elected by a good
Blr.ed majority, These precincts were
In the First and Fourth Wards, and the
Bpeaker laid great stress upon his con?
tention on this line. At times Colonel
Cabell rose to beautiful flights of ora?
tory for which he Is. famous, as he ap?
pealed to the House to deal out even
handed Justice to all parties concerned,
and be was often questioned by various
members. Ho charged that there was
an open and undisputed comb'nntlon be?
tween the contest?es and the negroes
and Republicans, and he earnestly
pleaded that the entire Fourth Ward
be thrown out.
Here he contended that the vote had
been "padded" and that all the officers
of the election were named from the
partisans of the contest?es.
Mr Cabell suspended for a motion
to extend the time to thr?o hours a side
and when It had been adopted, the body
at 2 o'clock took a recess until 3|30,P,
Afternoon Session. .' '
The House session; was resumed' at
8:30 o'clock, and Mr, Cabell continued
his argument, begun at the morning ses?
He passed to the consideration of" the
Fourth Ward and dwelt upon It ' for
over an hour, declaring that the record
showed that glaring frauds had been
committed here in the interest of the
cont?steos. He. said that tho nogroes
had been purchased by the wholesale in
open violation of the law. and that Re?
publican speakers had addressed negro
clubs In the Interest of their State tick?
et and of Messrs. Whltehead and Wood?
The speaker was often Interrogated by
Mr. Lenite and others, favoring the ma?
jority report of the committee, but he
was not diverted from Ills course, and
kept up his remarks until nearly five
The speech of Colonel Cabell was pro?
nounced a very fine one, and he was
warmly congratulated by hla colleagues
When he resumed his sent.
LEAKEYS STRONG SPE-TCCII.
He was followed by Mr. Leake, of
Gooohland, who haa charge of the ma?
jority report. The young lawyer mem?
ber made a fine Impression on the
House and advocated the claims of
Messrs. Whltehead and Woodard In a
very able manner. He took up the
speech of Colopel Cabell and undertook
to reply to It, on? point after another,
and th*n .he dwelt at great length upon
U*e"record; contending that the election
Now is the Time to
Hyomei is positively guaranteed to cur?
DoliiH, Couphs nnd Catarrh or your money
Vili bo refunded by your druggist.
held In Norfolk had been a fair one, so
far as the contest?es and their friends
Mr. Leake was loudly applauded upon
the conclusion of his remarks', and tho
House at 0 p'clock P. M. adjourned until
8:30 o'clock P. M. to-day.
.Chairman Kclley will speak for the con?
test?es this afternoon and he will likely
be followed by Mr. Curamlng on the
same side. Hon. C. C. Baker will speak
for tho minority report and Colonel Ca?
bell will conclude for that side.
After a speech by Mr. Hecrmans (Re?
publican), of Montgomery, In favor of
a new election, the vote will be taken,
and It looks as If It will be favorable
to the sitting members.
OFFERED AND REFERRED.
The following W|l* were presented and
referred In the House;
By Mr. Banks; A bill to Incorporate
the Fnncy Gap Telephone Company, of
By Mr. Lyel: A bill to authorize
the Board of Supervisors of Lancaster
county to effect a loan for county roads
By various members: Petitions praying
passage of the Mann liquor bill.
inPORTANT BILLS REPORTED
House Committee Favors Spending
More Money on Capitol.
The General Laws Committee of the
House has report?*! favorably tho bill
offered by Mr. R. S. B. Smith, of Clarke,
to prohibit the delivery of liquor In loca;
option districts, save In unbroken pack?
The bill was offered to meet a case In
Mr. Smith's district where a man takes
orders for flquor and sells It op;nly In
Tho House Committee on Finance yes
torday morning reported favorably the
bill offereil 'by Mr. Cardwell, of Hanover.
to appropriate $100.000 additional for re?
pairs to tho Capitol building. A bill has
already beeri passed by both houses ap?
propriating (100,000 for this purpose.
The House Committee on Counties,
Cities and Towns yesterday reported ad?
versely the bill to repeal an act provid?
ing for tho purchase of an Interest In a
bridge at Radford by that city and Dub?
lin District The Interested sections
voted on the proposition favorably, and
a bill passed the Senate to nullify the
vote, declaring the election void.
DIDN'T INTEND TO
Policeman Amos Captures the
Man who so Fearfully Cut
Jam?is Straus, the negro who last Sat?
urday night attempted to murder Ar
r.ilgeo Corrclrl, an Italian bar-tendor, at
the corner of Cary and Eighth Streets, in?
flicting serious wounds with a knife, was
captured yesterday afternoon by Patrol?
man Amos. He now occupies a cell at the
Third Police Station, where he will re?
main pending Improvement in the condi?
tion of the saloonist, after which he will
be arraigned In the Police Court.
Literally, tho negro was caught napping
by the officer, who located him in a hut
In Belvidero Alley, a notorious settlement
In the vicinity of Penitentiary Bottom.
He was sound asleep when the patrolman
< entered the room? and awoke to find hlm
'i.elf looking down tho barrel of a Colt's
revolver. He offered no resistance.
At the station Straus appeared less con?
cerned about tho cutting than anyone
else, stating that it was all an accident
and ho didn't Intend to hurt "Mike," as
he called the bar-man.
Patrolman Amos received a "tip" yestort,
day at noon that Straus was In a certain
house in the above-mentioned alley, so
he forthwith set about capturing tho ne?
gro. From Information received he felt
satisfied that the negro would soon be
atltep, and he, therefore, waited for an
hotn before going after his game.
In every particular the Information was
correct, for when he entered, the room
auletly, there on the bed was Straus,
sleeping lustily. He was snoring In good
fashion when the officer gouged him In
the ribs with his plato., disturbing his
With a startled expression on his face
Straus Jumped from tho bed. but made
no further demonstration, cowing com?
pletely in front of the gun, He claims to
have sold the knife yesterday with which
he did the cutting, getting ten conts for
The condition of Correirl Is said to be
slightly Improved and he will probably
recover, but lose the use of his right arm.
THE GIRLS' CLUB
Organization Formed Some Years Ago
Secured a Charter Yesterday.
Judge Wellford yesterday granted ?
charter to tho Girls' Club, an association
that was orennizod for tho purpose of
rendering mutual bonoilt and entertain?
ment and Improvement to tho working
girls of the city, 'ine club has beon In
existence for about two years, and Is now
Incorporated, so that It will bo able tt
receive donations and have other privi?
Tho officers are: President. Kathleen
Anderson; first vice-president, Roberta
Well ford; second vice-president, Sophia
Meredith; recording secretary, Maude
Morgan; corresponding secretary, Kato
, Mr. W, B, Stacy, of Amolla Court
houso, Va., is stopping a fow days with
his aunt Mrs. L. C. Ganett, of No.
403 East Main Street.
Sues for Damages.
A suit for $15,000 damages was Insti?
tuted in the United States Circuit Court
yesterday by William Ramsey against
tne Richmond Locomotive Works. Ram?
say came from North Carolina to. find
employment at tho Locomotive Works.
??????1?,???,G.<!<3 ln a" aident on the
?Wth of last; August, and as the result
had to have an arni amputated.
??? *l? 7' h^oy' H' A? Atkinson
and John A, Lamb are counsel for the
Court of Appeals Adjourned
Till March Third.
QUESTION OF TAXATION
County of Isle of Wight Can't Tax
Smithfield People for Certain
Purposes?An Oyster Liti?
Tho Supreme Court of Appeals handed
down opinions In throo cases yesterday
and adjourned until tho 3d of March
Judge Buchanan wrote the opinion In
tho case of Day and others vs. Roberts,
Treasurer, an appeal from the Circuit
Court for tho county of Iale of Wight.
This was a suit growing out of the
amendment of tho charter of the town
of Smithfield. The whole matter grew
out of tho act exempting tho people of
the town of Smithlleld from certain road,
school and other taxes. Tho Board of
Supervisors levied those taxes-upon tho
people of Smithfield. Tho Circuit Court
held that so much of the charter as
? sought to exempt the town and the per?
sons residing therein from the payment
of county taxes, other than for tho keep?
ing up of the roads or for the support
<jf tho poor, was unconstitutional. ????
Circuit Court was affirmed In ita Judg?
Another Oyster Ground.
Judge Keith delivered tho opinion of the
court in the case of Sinclair vs. Quicken
bush, appeal (rom the Circuit Court of
Warwick county. This Is on? of tho
many cases growing out of the oyster
ground survey. Sinclair Is an oyster In?
spector. Vaughan Jones applied for cer?
tain grounds, and so did Quackenbush.
When the Inspector was about to assign
the grounds to Jona??, Quackenbush got
out an injunction. The upshot of th?
whole matter was that Quackenbush got
the jgrounds. The Judgment of the lower
court was affirmed.
The third case decided was that ot
Leftwlch vs. Wells. A woman named
Leftwlch. In Lynchburg, assigned her cer?
tificate In the Grand Fountain. United
Order of True Reformers, to her daugh?
ter. Ora C. Wells. The husband. Sajnuo:
Leftwlch, claJmod It. The Corporation
Court at Lynchburg decided in the Wells
woman's favor and the Judgment was
? j?i tho Tjhoatres* %
The interesting war play, "Winches?
ter," comes to tho Academy this after?
noon and to-night.
"It Is essentially a war play for the
South, and being a romance of old Vir?
ginia, la the days of 1S63. it will have
a charm for local theatre-goers that
should not foil to attract. Some of the
scenes indeed are laid In this city and
others In Wllliatnsburg, while the battle
of Winchester provides the great central
scene of them all.
As a stage spectacle It Is without an
equal in realism and In the perfection of
detail, and It will bo Interpreted by a
company that is in every way capable,
and promises the very best results.
The next attraction at the Academy
will be Koclan, the great Bohemian vio?
linist, who comea to this theatre next
Saturday. The reputation of this artist
has preceded him, for he has created
a wonderful sensation in New York,
Boston and the other musical centers
of this country. There is no doabt that
a great treat is In store for music lov?
ers and a liberal education for all etu- ,
dents of music
Manager Giffen has announced that
he has secured the prima donna who
was with .Mascagni for his summer sea?
son In this city. There will be thirty
five members in his company, which he
Is endeavoring to make the strongest
over seen In his territory.
Manager Leath is maWng arrange?
ments for a dramatic stock company to
divide the time here and In Norfolk
with tho Giffen Musical Comedy Com?
pany. He will shortly go to New York
to complete his plans which are already
well under way.
Manager Giffen will take a dramatic
stock company to San Francisco In May.
Ho will be with the company here un?
til the season Is well advanced and
will then go with his new company to the
Gulf coast. ,
REV. MR. BRUNER CALLED
Will Succeed Dr. H. A. Bagby at Calvary
'' As anticipated, the Rev. T. "Weston
Bruner, of Baltimore, was on yeater
day called to the Calvary Baptist
Church of this city, to succeed the Rev.
Dr. H. A. Bagby, who has gone to
Greenwood, S. C.
A congregational meeting of the
church was held yesterday alter the
morplng sorvice. The Pulpit Commit?
tee submitted Its report, recommend?
ing Mr. Bruner, and the call was
unanimously extended. A telegram waa
at once sent to Baltimore,
Mr. Bruner Is pastor of the Lee
Street Church of Baltimore and is ex?
ceedingly well known here. He Is re?
garded as one of the most able and
successful pastors In tho denomination.
It is expected that he will accept the
"I used Cascatoti and feel like a new man. I hare
beoti ? ?ulterur from dyspepsia, and lour etotnuoh
lor the last two yenra. 1 have been ink inn medi?
cine and other druca, but could Slid no relief ouly
for a abort Cime. G will rucoinmend Oaacarett tn
my frlenda aa the only thing for indigestion and
amir atoinach and to keen tho bowels ?? good cou?
dittali. They are very nice to eat." . _
Barry Stuckley, Mauoh Chunk, Fa.
Pleasant, ralatablo, Fotent.Taate (leed, pefjoed,
Norer Siokea, Weaken or Gripe. lOo. ??5o. My. Nerer
auld In bulk. Tba cannine tablet atainpod 00 0.
Guaranteed to cure or your money back.
Sterline Remedy Co., Chicago or N.V, ?gg
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
do not depend on catchy talking points. They owe
their supremacy solely to results;
the amount and quality of the
work they do and the ease and
speed with which they do it.
Remington Typewriter Company,
709 E. Main St.. - ? Richmond, Va.
Many Matters of Interest At
tended to at the Last
Session of this Body.
The February meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Virginia Historical So?
ciety was held Saturday night at the
Society's building. Present: Messrs. E. V.
Valentine, D. C. Richardson. R. T.
Brooke, W. G. Btanard, E. W. James
W. Meade Clark, S. S. P. Patteson, Jo?
seph Bryan. J. P. McGulre and S. C,
In the absence of President McCabe,
Vice-President Valentine presided.
The corresponding socretary reported
the usual number of book?, etc., received,
The most Important gift of the mi n h
was Force's .Archives, nine volumes fo.io.
It was also reported that in accordance
with instructions given at the January
meeting of tfie committee several secdons
of Wernlcke book-cases had been pur?
The corresponding secretary reported,
that in accordance with instructions he
had gone to Washington early In Jan?
uary to make arrangements in regard to
certain copying from the old Virginia
r?3cords In tho Congressional Libra ly;
that the visit had been a very sailsfac
tory one, and that the gentleman In
charge of the Manuscript Department
had recently written that the copying
had been commenced and that the finit
portion would be sent to the society In
a few days.
The committee dirocted that there
should be procured from tho library of
the British "Museum a copy of a letter
which describes the events Immediately
preceding the surrender of Virginia to
the Parliamentary forces In 1652. Practi?
cally nothing has hitherto been known
In regard to this Interesting period of
The committee also directed that a sub?
scription for 1903 should be sent to the
publishers of "Abstracts of Probate Acts
in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,"
beginning In 1030. This publication, of
which two parts have been received, gives
lists of all wills and probates In the
great diocese of Canterbury (which In?
cluded the American colonies), and will
prove a most' useful hand-book to stu?
dents of colonial biography and geneaolo
The folio-wing new members were elect?
ed: Life?Captain H. C. Clement Jr., U.
S- A. Annual?General FItzhugh Lee,
Virginia, Mx. H. AJIea Wilson, Wiscon?
\Snap 3/io?s ZjaAen
Sn jfcotei j?obbi'es
"There will be nothing done looking to
a Democratic caucus to undo Its own ao
tlons in ?nominating Judfe R. C. Jack?
son, of my county," s>'* Ion. S. 8. Sim
merman, member oi>? ?o House from
Wytho, at New Ford-J,, last night. "The
talk wo heard." he contlntred, "will come
to naught. Judge Jackson is In the opin?
ion of the bar and the people of his cir?
cuit preeminently the man for the place,
and they not only do not d-eslre any
change, but will have none. Ho Is not
only a great jurist with a splendid re?
cord behind him, but he is one of the fin
est gentlemen In our country, and is giv?
ing the utmost satisfaction on the bench.
Judge Jackson will be elected in a few
days, along with the other circuit Judges
and the people of the circuit will be not
only satisfied but pleased.".
? believe the House will pass tho
Barksdale pure election bill -without the
committee arn-endmenta." said a prominent
leader of that body in one of the lob?
bies last night.
"I.have good reason for the faith that
Is within mo," he wont on. "The mem?
bers are already largely for It accord?
ing to my belief, but apart from this,
almost every mall brings strong letters
to them from Influential Democrats
throughout the State asking them to
stand up for purer election questions.
The bill ought to be passed without
amendment, and it will bo greatly crip?
pled if tho word 'corruptly* is put in."
Mr, Thomas Whltehead, Jr., of Lynoh
burg, who was a star witness for tho
prosecution In the Campbell-Crawford
Investigation, recently, was at Mur?
phy's last night. "I would not be sur?
prised to hear some more very epicy
testimony before the case Is over," said
Mr. Whltehead. "Of oourse I know
nothing of this In detail," he continued,
"but my opinion Is that the matter will
be dashed with Interesting Incidents un?
til It Is over."
Hon. Joseph T. Lnwless, of Norfolk,
former pecretnry of tho Commonwealth,
wns among his old friends nnd asso
Clnt?ft nt the Cnpltol yesterday, and
nbnnt the lobbies lnst night. Mr. Law?
less wat given ? warm reception and
wns shaking hands with allein an en
Mr. Lawless I? In fine henlth and
spirits, and Is hero to nppear before the
Renate Committee on Oennrnl T,nwn to?
night, ns the representativo of tho Chris?
tian Scientists In ??pposltlon to the Har?
vey Osteopath bill.
Judge A, X, Montelro, of tho County
Court of Gonohlond, nnd Mr. C. ?. Do.
vit, editor of the Saloni Times-Register,
are In the city.
Mr, Augiiit Hrrnn?. president of th?i
Tnsurnwp Field PuhlHiIng Company, of
Louisville. Ky., Is In tho olty nnd Is on
a southern trip In tho Interest of his
pnper, Mr, Btrnus called upon the
lending Insurance people of the city on
Virginians here Insl night werni
Miirphv'K?Alex. Fonvnrd, W'-thevl'le;
A, S. ("?????ivelev. Mt?. A. H. r>nvMpv
Martlnsville; J, T. Lawle??, Norfolk; H.
T, Dlckenson, J> 1* Bomeal, Norfolk?
George Pi loher, Norfolk; Mrs. D. S.
Lewis, Ha.rrlsonbu.rg; W. O. Loving,
Lovlngstoa; C. B. Ilowltt, Norfolk; R,
E. Boykin, Smithfield; R. B. a Simmons,
SmlUiilcld: Judge Shepard. W, W,
Wills, Palmyra; Vf. O. Steven?, Lynch?
burg; John S. Davis, Scottsvillo; R- H.,
Norfolk county; J. B. Hloka and wife,
Now Ford's?C. B. Campbell and daugh?
ter, Fincaetle; R. R. Powell, Oordona
vllle; X?. B. Williams, Manquln; P. C,
Young Man at Bluefleld Shoots Himself
But Will Recover.
(Special to The Tlmee-Dlepateli.)
BLUEFIELD, W. VA-, February 9.?
Robert Whltaker Rleeee, a prominent
young man, attempted suicide by shoot?
ing late this afternoon. He had pre?
viously signified his Intention to de?
stroy himself, but little attention was
paid to the threat as he made It In a
Jocular manner. The bullet entered near
the heart, but the patient la doing well
and will recover. He has a married
sister and two brothers living In Roa
R?chmonders In New York.
(Special to The Tlnti's-DIspateh.)
NEW YORK. February 9.?Richmond ar?
rivals at New York hotels; Bartholdl, L.
Hnnklns; New Amsterdam. P. Miller;
Wlnsorda, J. W- Hall and wife.
Our stock of diamonds,
mounted and unmounted.
was never so large?and for
variety is unexccliod. It
also Includes other precious
etones In combination with
tho diamonds. Our prices
are the lowest
will include a delicious
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day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, li'or
Providence- Monday, Thursday and Satur
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diet? atatlon?. Arrivo? at Norfolk nt lo.?11 p. u
9:35 P. K? for Lyncbburit am] Itonn.ike. Con
ntiota *t ?.tnobborg with IViahlngton and that?
taoooga Limited. PullBan Slieper Lo-iicbhpra;
to Menipbla and New Orlenna. r?fi? Parlor and
Obaerratlon Car? ttndford to Attain, Ala. Pull?
man Sleeper between Itlcbmond and LTnebburir,
and bertb? readr for occupane; at ?:30 P, at.
Also Pullman Sleeper Puteraburi and Koanoke
Train? arrlre Klchmond from Ljnebborc nnd
(He Woat daily at 7:8d A. M., 2:00 p. if. and
?:?? ?, M., rrom Norfol'i nnd the Eaat at 11:10
A. U? Ili? A. li. and ?:?0 I>, ?. ,
JOU?-J K, WAOSHR.
Ctty Peaeanitor and Ticket Agent
0. It. B08I.HY.
District Pa??iti?er Agent.
w. ?. ?p????.
Oenernl Paiaonirer Atrnnt.
?Phon?. 40B, 1008 Bn?t Mntn Street.
R F ? ? R?chmonc)' Freder.cksg
?? G? M G? burg ?Si Potomac R. R.
Traina Leave Richmond?Northward.
4:15 A. M? daily, Byrd St. Through.
8:16 ?., M., dally, Main St. Through.
6:45 A. M., dally, Main St. Through. All
6:64 A. M., except Monday. Byrd 8L
Through. All Pullman Cars.
7:16 A. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:00 A. M., Sunday only. Byrd SL
8:40 A. M., week days. Brvrt St. Throtigh.
12:06 noon, week days. Byrd 3t. Throtigh.
4:00 P, M-, week days. Byrd St. Fred
6:06 P. AL. dally, Main St. Through.
6:25 P. M.. week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:06 P. M., dally. Byrd St. Through.
11:10 P. M., week days. Elba, Ashland ac?
Trains Arrive Rlohmond?Southward.
6:40 A. M.. week days. Elba Ashland ac?
8:00 A. M.. dally. Byrd St. Through.
8:25 A. M., week dnys. Byrd St. Fred
12:05 P. M.. week days. Byrd St Through.
2:03 P. M.. daily. Main. St. Through.
6:00 P. M.. week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
6:46 P. M.. dally. Byrd St. Through.
9:00 P. M.. dally. Byrd St. Through.
10:25 P. M., dally. Main St, Through. All
U:O0 P. M.. week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
11:40 P. M.. week days. Byrd St. Through.
All Pullman Cars.
12:25 A, ??.. dally. Main St. Through.
Notice?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cars
on all trains except local accommodations.
W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager.
W. D. PUKE, General Manager.
C. W. CULP, Ass't. Gen'l. Mgr.
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Beginning April 1st, iUU2,
Cars leaves corner Perry and Seventh
Streets. Manchester, every hour (on trae
hour) from 6 A. M. to 10 F. M., lost car
U:80 P. At.
Cars leave Patersbure, toot of Syca?
more Street, every nuur from 6:30 A. AL
to 10:30 P. AI.
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL
? CENTS-ROUND TRIP-SO CENTS.
NEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON
Sailing Wednesdays nt n A. AI,
Finland, Feb. 14, Phllndelr ja. Feb. 18.
St Paul, Feb. 25. New York, March 4.
Red Star Line.
Sailing Saturday at 10 A. AI.
Finland, Feb. 14. Kroonlnnd, Feb. 28.
Vodorland. Fab. 21. Zeeland, March 7.
Piers 14 and 16, North River.
Office. 73 Broadway, ?. Y.
W. B. PALMER & CO.,
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK
THE NORTH AND EAST.
DAILY BETWEEN -
The new Steamers
Berkeley and Brandon
Leave Richmond nightly at ? o'clock for
Norfolk, stopping at Newport News In
both directions, arriving at Norfolk at 6
A. M., there transferring to New York
steamer, dally, except Sunday, at 7 P. M
Passengers can leave dally, except Sun?
day, by Chesapeake aad Ohio Railway at
8:50 A. M, and 4 P. M.. oif 9 a. M. and 3
.P. M. by Norfolk and Western Railway
both Unes connecting at Norfolk with
direct steamers sailing same day.
Freight tor al! northern, eastern and
foreign ports recel vod and forwarded
dally, except t?unday, at company's
wharf (foot of Ash St.), Rockotts.
Tickets on sale at Company's olflce No
1212 East Main Street; Richmond Trans?
fer Company, No. 819 East Main Street?
Alurphy's Hotel; Chesapeake and Ohio
and Richmond and Petersburg depots, and
at Company's wharf, Richmond. Baggage
checked through to all points.
Lo?-al Fares between Richmond and Nor.
folk, Newport News, Old Point and
Hampton, $2.50; to Baltimore and Wash?
Round trip fare between Richmond and
Norfolk. $4.50. Time limit, 10 days. Above
fares Includa stateroom berth between
Norfolk and Richmond. Meals, Table
d'hote, 60o. Richmond to New York all
water or rail and woter, $9.00. LIm'tt 3
days. Round trip, 514.00. Limit, 30 days
including monis and stateroom berth
JOHN F. ??? Y EH, Agent
1213 East Alain Street. Richmond Va
J. J. BROWN,
General Passenger Agent
H. B. WALKER. Traffic Mgr.. New York.
Via C; & 0. Railway and
U. S. MAILHOUTE.
Leave Richmond via Cliesapouke and
Ohio Rallwuy Uuily, except t?uuduy, at 4
P. ??., connecting at old Polin with the
superb steamers of tho Old Bay Line,
luuvlng at 7:15 P. M? arriving Baltimore
6:30 ?, ??., In time to muhe connection
with all traina North, Bust und West,
Short rail rido and ?ill ululit on mio of the
finest ateiuners in Southern water. lie
turning, arrive Richmond 10 A, M., dally,
For licitola and general information
tJ'Ply at gonenil office? Chesapeake and
inrAp Railway, Rlohmoml Transfer Com?
*?ry ft?n4 m U&>n MfUn Str??t' ?
& Ohio Ry.
MM VE HICIIMOrTO-iaASITBOUND,
2 NORFOLK TRAINS, 3 HO UBS 25 MlV
7:40 ?. M.?Ex. Sunday-Local to Newport
9i??,AA M??IXMr-Expres? to Norfolk a.n4
4:00 P. M-?EJx, Sun.?Expr?s* to Nortoli
and Old Point,
6:00 P.M.?Oally-Ixieal to Old Point.
?j MAIN UNE?WESTBOUND.
10:10 A. M.?Ex. Sun.?Local to Cltftoa
2:00 ?, ?G.?Dally?Express to Cincinnati
Louisville, St. Louie and Chlcniro.
5:16 P. M.?Ex, Sun.?T.oral to Doswell.
10:80 P. M.?Dally?Expresa to Cincinnati,
Louis-vili*. St. LOuls and Chicago,
JAMES RIVER DIVISION.
10:20 A. M.?Dally?To Lynchburg and
6:1fi P. M.?Ex. Sun.?Iy>enl to Rremo.
C. B. DOYLE. W. 0. WARTTIKN,
Ocn'l. Manager. Dlat. Pass, Agt.
I1CKEDUI.E G? EFFECT DEO. 14, 1009.
TBAINS LEAVE AND AE3UVE FOTJBTEIMXH?
TRAINS I,E>TB KICF1MOND, 7A.
7:00 A. M? ?? 7. dally, for G?????? Cher.
lotto end all local ?intimi? South, romipcttni
at rimirili* for ?tntlnn? to T^ynchbiirg, also
wltti ? un? W. Itnllnray for Mnrtlnsvlli? and
stations on that Une. At Greensboro for ail
stations ?aat uni wont ttiPMof
18:50 V. M? No, 18. limits? tr?ln dally, foi
Jacksonville nnd ill Florida pointai Harann ?us?
nan, etc Contitela at Mossley with Farm villi
and Pnvrhstnn Unllrnffdi nt Orpi-nsboro for Pnr?
nnm. Rolcle-h ?ml Wlneton-Salcm: at nanvtl?
with Nr>. M, l'nltcrt HtatM tant mnll. sollt
train, dally, for New Prleans and polntt
Columbia, Hnrnnnnh und JacknonvHlr. Draw,
lnc-Ilnom Buffet Sleeper Richmond to Atlanti
arni Birmingham. Through coach for etimi
City, Oxford and Durham. Through trida,
with Sleeper, Salisbury to Mvnphla. Dlnlne ?
11:05 P. M? No. 11, Southern Expresa, dally.
for Atlanta. Animata. JaekaoDvlHc and point*
South. Sleeper for Danville, Oreenahoro, flal
labnry and Charlotte: open at Richmond 9:84
P. M. Connection with New York and Florid^
Express nnd Soathweatcrn limited, which ear?
rie? through Sleeper? to Allunata. ?avaneal?
Jarksnnvtlle. Tampa. Nashville. Memnhl?. Afc
lanta. New Orleans, etc. Complete Plnlnx-Cat
service. Alno, Pn limon Tonrlst SleaveT Won?'
dava, Wednesdays and Frldar? Wssnlnrton U
Sun FrnneWeo. without chapee, with conneefloi
for all pointa In Texas, Meilen and California^
6:00 P. K., No. 17. local >l?'ly. except Suo .
day, for fteysvlllp and Interpellate polst?.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN RICHMOND,
?:55 A. M, and VSS P. V. From Atlanta,
Augnata. Jacksonville. Ashevllle and all potati
8:4ft A. M. Prom Korsvllls and local stations
8:25 P. M. From Dorhara. Chartott?. Daj?T?H
and Intermediate atatlona.
Nee. ?? and 03, between Manchester ani
YORK-RIVER LINE ?a,,",.?,
THE rAVOK.lT.fc. ROUTE XORXH.
?.?30 P. M? No. IS, Baltimora Limited, dati)
except Sundays, for Weat Point, conuectlns;
West Point with steamers tor Baltimore
York Rlvor landings Mondays, Wednesday?
8:18 P. M., No. 10 (Mondaya, Wedxtcaday?
and Fridays), local express for Weat Point ani
Intermetllntn atatlona. Connect? ir'th stage at
Lester Manor for Walkerton ana Tappahannock.
8:00 A. U? No. 74, locnl mired. Ueavoa dally,
except Sundny, for West Point and Intermediate '
?trilioni, connecting pith eta (tea, at Leste*
Manor foi Walkertnn and Tuppnhnnnock
TRAINS ARRIVE RICTUIOND.
8:15 A. M., No. 15. dally, from Weat Point,
with connection from Baltimore Sunday?, Wed?
nesdnys and Frldaya.
10:45 A. M., No. 0? Wedneadaya and Fridays
from Weat Point and local stations.
4:50 P. M., dally, except Sundays, fron
West Point and Intermediate stations.
Steamer? ?all from West Point B:80 P. K,'
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and will
call at Allmonda, Claybank and OloacMtcf
O. W, WKSTBURT.
District Paeaenger Agent,
820 Esst Main Street. Richmond, Va,
' S. H. ?TARDWICK.
General Pnaaenger Ageet.
?. H. ACKERT.
General Manajjer. Waahlnaton. D. C.
Atlantic Coast Line
eliiLLJUU LN iltij-UX JAK. U, 18U3,
TUA.US? LliAVE ItlCailOND? U?UU-STtiiili?
8:00 A ?,, NOBl'ULK LIMITED, dally. Ar?
rives Petersburg i):ai ?. M., Norfolk 11:20 A,
il. Stops only at Petersburg, Waverly and Suf.
8:30 A. M., dally. Arrives Petersburg 9:13
A. M-, Emporta 10:43 A. M.. Weldon 11:33 A.'
M? Kuyettevlllo 4:35 P. XI.. Charleston 11:13
P. M., Savanmih 3:00 A. M., Jacksonville 0:08
A. M.. Tampa T:00 P. M.. Port Tampa 7:30 P.
Connecting at Wilson with No. 40, arriving
Goldaboro 3:KS P. M? Wilmington SM? P. M.
Pullman Sleeper Now York to Jacksonville.
13:20 P. M., dally. Arriving Petersburg 1:00
P. M. Connects with Norfolk and Western
Railway for Uoanoko end Intermediate pointa.
Stops at Drcwry'H Bluff, Centralla and Chester.
3:00 P. K? OCEAN SHOUT LIMITED, dally.
Arrivo^ Petersburg S:80 P. M.. Norfolk 5:20
?, M. Stops only at Petersburg. Waverly
4:10 P. H? dally, except Sunday. Arrive!
Petersburg 4:03 P. M., Weldon ?:? P. M..
and Itock Mount 8:10 P. M.. Goldagor? 9:28 P.
51. Makea all Intermediate stops.
8:56 P, M? dally. Arrlvea Petersbure 0:41
P. M Makes all stops.
8:60 P. ?., G LO RIDA AND WKST INDIAN
G,??????, dully. Arrives Pett-nburg 7:33 P. M,
Connects with NOrfolk and Western for Nor /
folk and Intermediate points. Emporta 8:4a"?'
P. II. (ennnecta with Atlantic and Danville fof .
ntntt'ins betwen Emporta and LawrencevllleH
Weldon 0:00 P. M.. WHmtneton 10:10 A. M?
Faycttevtlle 12:47 A. M., Charleston 0:4B A,
M? Savannah 7:53 A. M? Tbomaartlle 2:45 P,
M., Jacksonville 12:15 A. II., Tampa 10:00 P,
M? Port Tampa 10:80 P. M.
NEW LINE TO MIDDLE GEORGIA POINTS?
Arriving Augusta S:23 A. M., Macon 11:85 A.
M., Atlanta 1:00 P. M. Pullman sleeper Nei?
York to Wilmington, Charleston, Port Tampa,
Jacksonville, Oukusta nnd Macon; New York
to Thomasvllle, Tuesday only. DlnlnsCar Ser?
9:S5 P. H? dally. Arrives PoteMbanr 10:13
P. M. Connect? at Petersburg; with Norfolk
and Western Railway, arrivine Lynchburg ??:43
A. M.. Roanoke 4:^5 A. II.. Bristol 10:40 A.
M. Pnllmnn elee:por Richmond to Lynchburg,
11:30 P. M., dally. Arrlvea Peteraburj. 13:11
?. ?. o
11:80 P. M., "NEW Y'OBK AND FLORIDA
SPECIAL," dully, except Sunday. Arrlvea
Charleston 8:4.1 ? '.M., Savannah 10:RO A. M?
Louisville 2:50 P. M.. St. Augnatine 4:00 P. M,
Pullman Palace Sleeping. Library. Obeervattoa!
and Dining Cara, New York to St. Augustine,
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
4:07 A. M.. dully. From Jacksonville, Savanv
nnti. Charleston. Atlanta, Macon, Angusta end
all points South.
6:40 A. M., dally, except Monday. From St.
Onmistlne, Jnckannvllle, Savannah, Cb&rleetca
and nil Florida points.
7:38 A. M., dally. From Petersburg. Lynch?
burg nnd the W?e:it.
8:48 ?. M., dally, except Sunday. Petera,
11:10 A, K? dally except Sunday. Froa?
Rocky Mount and Intermediate stations, Nor
folk nnd Suffolk.
11:10 A, M., dally. From Petersburg, Suf.
folk and Norfolk.
11:43 A. M.. dally. From Norfolk, Suffolk
8:00 P. M,, dally. From Petersburg, Roan
oka nnd Intercediate points.
?:?0 V. M., dally. From Norfolk, 8itffoU
7:48 P. K? dally. From Miami. Port Tarn,
pa, Jacksonville. Rnvannnb. Charleston, Wil?
mington. Golrteboro and all pnlots South,
8:50 P. M., dally. From Peleribnrg. Lyuch
burg ?nd tho Weat.
P., &C K>f1irRRRON.
W. J. GRAIO,
(.encrai Passenger Agent.
O. ?, CAMPBELL.
Division Passenger Agent, ?
AIR LINE RAILWAY
SCHBDULB IN EFFECT JAN. 11, 1003,
TRAINS LBAVB RICHMOND.
10:'JS R. XI., dnlly. Seaboard Florida Lim?
ited, No. 31. Exclusively Fvillmana: Din?
lii?? Car. Arrives Savannah 0:45 A, M.,
Jacksonville 1:'.? I'. M.. St, AuRUatln?
L':3i) P. M. Stops only nt Henderson,
Raleigh, Southern Pines, i-lamiot. Cura
den, Columbia, Savannah, Tlialmaun,
13:33 A, M.. daily. Seabonril Express. No,
27. Sleeping cars to Tampa and Atlanta
dally, to I'lnehurst trt-weekly. Ca??
Dining Cars. Arrlvea Savannah 3:15 P.
M., Jacksonville 7:40 P. M? Tampa i;U
A. M. Arriv?e Charlotte 11:40 A. at., At?
lanta 7:40 P. M.
2:15 P. M., dally. Seaboard Mall, No. 27.
Sleeping; Cars to Jacksonville and At>
la ala. Sufrat Parlor Car to Southern
Pines and Hamlet trl-wroklv. AiTlvef
Savannah 4:35 A. 61.. Jacksonville 0:15 A,
M.. Tnnina t?:uu V. M. Arrive? Charlotti
?:&0 ?, M., Atlanta l?:15 A. M.
3:10 A, M., dully. Local lor PetersbureT,
Norlinii, Hendorson, Raleigh, Southern
Plnet?. Hamlet. ?.
TllAlNS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
ti:lo ?. ?. No. 31. 0:10 A. M. No, ?0. 4:M
P. M. No. 1?6?From Florida. Atlanta
6-??? V. M. No. ail?From Norllna and local
XV. J. M VY ' ,hVy Ticket Agent.
'?. P. BMITK1' "Vitriol Pa.is. Aft .
10OS K. M^'^retit. 'phon? ut, J