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_ HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
atUST have th? CLEVEREST and ???? EDtT
?1???11 woman stenographer In Itlphmmid; the
ntmin??? rnjtilio? It ?ml tl,o salary conim.iinl?
It; tibei-ater of Smith Cr?mier Typewriter pre?
fer-*,). Artdrest G?GG,??t, cero this t.lTI.-e
WANTED, ? ?ettled WOMAN to mm? ?Mid.
Al'plr. trilli re'crem?,?, Mr?. HUFF. Barton
WANTED, IMr A|r?nti to ??11 htnuefcold rem?
edy; good ??????,? position. Addres?, with
r?f?rence?, Sltil.till R1?MEDT CO., 108 W.
Lexlitgton St, nitllitnoro. Md.
?OTJNO LADY Stenographer to go to Neigh?
boring city; nice position; good ?nisry nnd
Chance?, Address or ii]ipl.v lit unco EMPLOY?
? ? ? ? ? C RUA U, Southern Stimili A Station?
SITUATIONS WA ??? D?FE MALET""
WANTED, Politl?n ?? Mill?n Rccontly Hod
charge of a lrx) Imrri'l"milt In Went Virginia.
Artdre-in W.. SOU B. Mnln Street.
WANTED, Cook ?nd Men for House Work! Hua?
bnnd nml ? If.? preferred; Rood ????? nnd
?tenti.?" employment; bout reference required.
Address J. W. CALPWl.Lt,, Moadowtllle, Vit.
WANTED, an experienced circular SAWYER;
one ran handle MenlTI wlgger. Address YllItK
I.l'Mni'll CO., Ursfton, Vn.. or J?RN DAMN.
No. a N. Tenth Street, Hlchmond, Vn.
LABORERS WANTED. Otti? flrst-elluis railroad
grnde G???????? nt $7? per month, who cnn
bring with hltn 2.1 first-class praetlcal prndo
Inborcr? ?t $1.110 per day. ,1. W. DAWSON,
Oon. Msr., Kellys Creek nnd Northwestern
Hy., Odnr Grove, Knunwlin co., W. Vn.
WANTED, a rotine man to commence aa aale??
mnn nntl collector and loam miinugptnent of
Installment business; good, permanent posl
WANTED, work hy a young man experienced In
fnrnilnr. and dnlry business; steady worker, of
good habita. Address J. ?., ?117 Smith Street.
WANTED, Oentloman to Occupy Pleasant Room,
wltti board; bnth eoorenlentj comfort? of
borne; two blocks ?boro Monroe Park; refer?
ence? exchanged, Addrea? A. W. ?., care
WANTED, B0ARDER8 for well-fumlehed room?
and good table; transient?, tttken at moderate
term?; (?17 W. Ornee Street.
?LEFT HOME about the middle of September
last. OSCAIt V. NIXON, ?ged nlnteen years
(colored); soar on face. An Information will
bo thankfully received by bis mother, JANE ,
NIXON, 2700 13. Franklin, j
LOBT?In West End, ??????????, containing
$20 gold piece, change pnd linby pin, engraved
'i. O. Y. llettirn to 2O10 Floyd Avenue und |
LOBT?Sunday morning, -wlro-halr finale) Fox
TI31Ulir.ll; white with blnck ?ikjU on enr and
around eyes. Itowurd, 2100 Veunbl?.? Streot.
LOST?White Setter D0O? nlieared, bushy tail,
left eyo und bind leg Injured; he's no good to
anybody but mo. Pienso return him to OIIAS.
B. COOKE, 1107 K. Main. _
WANTED, Tenant for tho Randolph Residence,
corner ot Hlxlh nnd Grace Streets; twelve
room?. Apply tn PRESBYTERIAN' COMMIT- I
TEH OP PUBLICATION, No. 12 Governor Bt.
FOR RENT. _
FOR RENI -Entire aecond floor ?00 West
Ornee, corner Jefferson nnd Oraee; all mitd
iTtt conveniences nnd deslrnble In every way;
Immedlalt' possession. Apply HELL BOOK A
STATIONERY CO., 014 E Main.
FOR RENT?West Oreoe-tUrsot Residence! Will
rent tn ? fnmllv without children for tbe sum?
mer month?; an -??legnutly furnished West
CrnceSlreet Residence. For full particular?
address P. 0, Do? 14, city.
FOR RENT?Lnrge Eight-Room OOTTAOE, With
or wittoMtt board, or kitchen, ot Blue Rlttgo
Mountains; nearest mountain resort to Hlch?
mond. niNWimiin BROS.. Greenwood, Vn.
FOR SALE?One Thcrtniehbred Mai? Pointer
I'liI?. two months old; ? beauty, only |?0;
also one Female Setter PCP. three month?
old (mother ts full blood Bed Irish Setter,
Father Gordon): price. Jin. Apply to P. D.
Q.. Box IS, rinremont, Surry county. Va.
FOR SALE?New Stewart Hand Bheep-aheartng
Machine; cost ?IS.MI; will sell for $ir>. GEO.
?. I'ONNBLI,, Irwin. Vn.
Y PAY MORE for TYPEWRITERS. Tho NEW
COMMERCIAL VISIBLE. MODEL No. 0. Is the
only nil visible writer on tho market; price,
r.u S All oilier tnnltes; New No. fl Olivers,
$."0. All other limites; New No. ? Ollvers,
No. a Remington?, fit!"? to $ft0? rebuilt and re?
iilelteled machine?, nil makes, guaranteed 0
months, $|ti up to ?45. VISIBLE TYPE
WRITER CO., 128 E. Fayette Street, Bnltl
WANTED, to buv Household Effect?, Feather
Beds. Merebandise; state qnnntlty. Box 177.
WANTED, To Buy FEATHER BEDB In Rloh
moiid nnd Petersburg for cash. Addres? CAS?
PER BltOS., 21? S. Laurel Street.
WANTED, ono roller-top DEBKt al?o typewriter
STAND or DESK. Apply SMALL A- POW?
ERS. Vn.-Chein. Building., Twelfth nnd Cary
WANTED, To Buy Bomo GOATS; Must he In
good order. Address GOAT, care this office,
WANTED, HORSES for pasturage ? price, $5 per
month. Addres? BARNEY, Jamestown, Vn.
WAXENE, the only durable floor pollah.TAN
NER PAINT ? OIL CO., 1410 B. Main Street.
SOFT OREAM CANDY AT KAEMPF'S, 110 N,
$3.B0 WARRANTED Drew Shoo...If the ?ole
don't wear three month? will hnlf-eolo thorn
free, or If the vamps brettk through before,
tho first solo wear? out, will give you a new
pair Instead. DREWS ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FACTORY. 71? EnSt Main.
DON'T THROW AWAY your old hook?, pamph
lets, papers, etc., I buy them. 1). H. HEY,
?.788 Enet Ottry.
BETETR than dootor? antl medlolnes?DANIELS'
method of deep breathing nnd physical cul?
ture. It coets nothing to Investigate; 027 E.
SOFT CREAM CANDY AT KAEMPF'S, 110 N.
TO BE An Actor or Aotres? Tako The Shortest
ro?d to the singe vln DANIELS' SCHOOL OP
ACTING; most complete school 1n the South;
private theatre In connect Ion; 027 13. Broad.
SHEPHERD'S "Bpeclal." Yon Eat and Drink It,
HARRY Mad? Peace With His Mother-in-I.aw
by taking her to DOYLE'S CAFE, where they
?ervo the best drinks In city to ladle? nntl
gent?. Eeventh and liront).
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY?The Virgin,?
Leather Company, Richmond, art? the only
manufacturer? of Osk Tanned Helling ami
HAVE YOU TRIED DoyleTr?OvIlod Crab? The
beat you ever tasted. DOYLE'S LADIES' *
GENTS' CAFE, corner Seventh nnd Broad.
KILL ???Bed Bug?, Roaohe?, Ants, Moth?,
etc. REEVES' Inseot Exterminator doe? tho
work quickly. Prepared by P. W. KOBNIG,
427 North Sixth.
WRITE FOR Our Price List of Oak Tanned
Helling onci IlowHIdi? Lace I-eather. ???
only manufactur?is In tbo State. lU-pnlr work
neatly done. THE VIRGINIA LEATHER CO.,
LADIES' Choit? and Butt? Developed (no mas?
sage); result? positively guaranteed; beat city
reference; lady always In attendance. DAN
1BLS" Sl'HflOL PHYSICAL CULTURE, 027 E.
_ PERSONAL8. _
SOFT CREAM DANDY AT~KAEMPF'S, 110 ?.
AWNINGS AND TENTS.
OUR PRI0E8 Are tho Lowest; 'Phono 267? and
?ye will call. ?. O. COPULANO CO.. IOS ?.
SHAVE RIGHT WHEN YOU SHAVE I
ESTES I? all right; .2? Main.
COOLING. FACE MASSAGE CREAM. THY IT.
ESTES. Seven-Twenty SI? Main. KSTJOH.
SCOTT (4 ?. 9). ? El?oTRi?TaOE MASSAGE.
STYLISH HAIR (JUTTING AT ESTES'.
ESTES' nt Seventy-Twenty Hlx Main.
LEWIS' (SES MAIN! NEW SHOP.
Clean Shave. Try LEWIS.
SCOTT (4 N. B).~~?leCTRIO FADE MASSAGE.
NEW SHOP. THE"BEST SERVICE.
At LEWIS'. S4S Main.
TRY THE PULLMAN LOAF. The Jeffemon
and other promlnont club?, hotels, etc., use
It; also lliittif-iiiniie French, Vienna nntl Our?
man Itye Broad, Cnke? and l'Ics inaile by
MUELLER'S NEW YORK BAKERY, No. 410
We?t Broad) 'phone 2..SD; freo delivery.
If these parts are put together to form a circle, what eceno will It repre?
Solution of puzzle in yesterday's limes-Dispatch: Mother is outlined by the
little girl's arm, shoulder and head, if you invert the picture
BBLTINQ AND LACH LEATHER.
BEST Oak Tanned Belting- and Bawhide Lao*
Lenlhiir. ?11? VIROINIA LEATHER CO.,
Ilti'limcenel, the only manufacturer? in th?
State. Repair work neatly don?.
JOE, JOE.The Bloyole Man?Alway? ?omathln
?deling In Inweet price?, lanient ?took, best
weirkruaeiehlp; orer-thlnn; up-to-date In Illcy
elea, ?le. ??6? BUSTA JWS?One atore?1808
DYEING AND CLEANING.
LADIEB' AND 0E1-JT8' Clothing- Thnrou-rlily
cleaned nad prc-neeel. TUB MOUKL ?VICINO
? ('.MOANING WORKS, 412 W. ?road Street.
EXCURSIONS?Jamestown Inland Oan Be Bant?
ed for exciirnloiii?. Knr te-mu, etc., apply to
L. J. DARNEY. Mendowvllle. Va.
FLOOR STAINS, All Shade?.. .TANNER PAINT
& Oil. CO., ?1? Knit Main Htriiet.
KEEP MONEY In Circulation at Home by Baino
the VIIIOINIA l.KATIIHR CO'S ()?k Tanned
lleltliu- nnd Rawhide Lnoe 1>???1??t ot llle-li
niuriil. The only innnufnctiirer? In th? State,
BEFORE ORDERING That Mew Suit oome and
Ree thn nice aaiirtment at Sixth and Main.
Hull?, ?1B up; Troue??, ft\ up. RICHMOND
TAILORING CO., Oh??. A. Spente, Manager.
FRAPPE?YOU EAT IT?FRAPPE.
HOT WATER HEATER.
YO UOAN Get Double the .ouantlty of Hot
water from the ?atne Ore lij- urIiik the COSBY
SMOKE PIt'H HOT WATER III?ATKR. Call
and ?.??? It; 4'.'.'t Vf, Brond Street.
VICI, PATENT Leather or Eld Shoe? Made to
oidor: liana atltuhcd; beat material; work
tnnablp nd perfect fit cuarautetd, for lii.r.O.
HALTIMOIlE SUOI: HOUSE. Hill Boat Main.
ICE CREAM, $1 Per Oallon. Fruit?, Cake?,
Dellcacle? at bottom price?. 'Phone 22JS8.
WINSTON'S 637 Brook Avenne.
LADIES' Pine Oxford Tie? at 91.00. ALBEHT
STEIN, corner Fifth and Brond Streets'.
CHEAPEST Printing: House In Rlohmond: Work
? trlctlr flrat-claa and up-to-date. Telephone
8841 It you hare nny doubt?, and we will
convince you thnt wo can ??t? you money.
Thin affect? >?iur pocketbook, bo keep u? In
tnltid. HARRIS PRINTING CO., 1308 Ba?t
PAPER FLOWERS, DEBIONS, FAVORS, HATS,
etc. Mm. PULLI3Y. ?20 W. Broad Ht. Ph. 8726.
PHOT?Q RAP H 8.
DAVIS GALLERY IS STILL THE MOST
reliable place for photofrraphs. Compare
our work and price??. From 26o. up; 222
and 817 Broad.
SOFT CREAM CANDI?: ??T KAEMPF'S, 110 ?.
LADIES' Dtnlng-Rooom at DOYLE'S Cafe (Cor?
ner Broli) ?tid Seventh), whero beat drink?
)n the city ?ervetl to Indie? nnd gent?,
SHEPHERD'S loe Cream Prrlora?406 E. Broad.
MEN'S BHOER HALF 8?????? 7??7;
lilil?es, 60c.; roatltchod, no nail?, ne peen,
beat leather. DREW'S RU?CTRIC
POWIHR SHOE FACTORY. 716 E, Main
Street. 'Phone 2007. Will rail nnd ?lo
liver. This advertlaement grind for 10c.
8UITS TO ORDER.
"EVERY STITCH Made In Richmond." Nloe
aaaortment of Suit?. Ufi up; Trouter?, f.'i up.
RICHMOND TAILORING ill., Sixth and ?Main.
Charle? A. Spenrc, Manager.
LAWN MOWERB Sharpened and Repaired at
BLI.NNBICS, ilio N. Fifth Streot.
TO KEEP COOL.
TRY FRAPPE? YOU EAT IT.
At ALLEN'S?Nlnc-Slxteen Main.
SHEPHERD'S Pineapple Snow Refresh??.
JACOB UMLAUF, 700 W. Main Street?We d?
nil kind? of iipfiol?tOrrl ttioke nice Ila r Mat?
tresses to order; moke over Hair Mnttre????
like new; pnelt nnd ship furniture, f hin?, ?te.?
cut nntl make Slip Cover?. Price? itlwnye
right. Be)) 'phone 82?K.
.. C. LEVY, NO. Mi H ROOK A VEN UK,
Upholsterer nnd MmIrefus maker. Ola
Unir Mattress made goo?! ns new. I
pnek nntl sliln luir ? ?>??< : eleo 'r'_*-'"
Cushion nnd Slip Covers to ordel.
YOUR MARKET BASKET.
FRESH BUTTER, EGOS AND CHEESE.
HATCHER ('Ph. 1M4). SixtbSlreel Market.
BUTTER. TRY HATCHER. BUTTER
Egg?. ('Ph. 1844.) Slxtlifllrect Mkt. Egg?.
LITTLE LECTURES ON A BIG SUBJECT.
BEGINNING To-Morrow ?^S ?
A SERIES OF BRIEF TALKS.
will be mado from ?? U ? QT E fi AT F
iiisiclo the circle. ??WIIUHIti
,?? TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES.
OKKICE OK THIS
STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION.
Richmond. Vn., Halli day uf Mny, 1903.
TO THE SEVERA!, TRANSPORTATION
COMPANIES AND ALL? PERSONS
Take notice tlmt the Stute Corporation
Commission will, at lia offices In ilio city
of Rloliiri'inil, on Monday, thu 29th day of
Juno I!\i3, ut 12 M., pursuant to nuUiorl
ty conferred by tlio Constitution of Vir?
ginia mid In accordance with the pro?
visions of uu act of tho General Assem?
bly, entitled "nn net '.o require the Stute
Corporation Commission to fix und pre?
scribe storace, demurrage und car service
charges, which mny lie collected by rail?
road and other transportation companies
on freight transported ur to be tratis
_??>?'1???1 by llieui, und to be paid by them
?ii freight delayed ami curs not prompt?
ly furnished or plnced by them, with
rules und regulations governing the
same," approved tho - day of May,
???1, consider miri hour any objections
against u schedule of rules mid regu?
lations governing transportation com?
panies In the limiter ot time limit for
placing empty cars, nnd delivery of freight
ni Its destination; together with forfeitures
to he paid by comban los lulling to ob?
servo suoli rules und r?gulations; also
storage, demurrage and oar service
charges to be paid by shippers or c
s?gneos In certain cases; also local transfer
or switching charges.
All storage, demurrage and car service
charges and all car detention charges
shall be as prescribed in these rules,
subject to a revision of tho same after
tho said hearing by the Commission'.
Nothing In thoso rules shall apply to
Shipments of llvu stock antl perishable
freight, winch shipments shall be gov?
erned by Ilio statutes now in force, with
such additional requirements as may
be ordered by Ilio Commission from time
to time. In nil compulation of time
under these rules, Sundays and legal
holidays are to be excluded.
"\Y3iero a shipper makes application for
a car or carj^ ro. be ,loaded with uny kind
of freight, and. tile railroad company
faljs to furnish saino wltliln three days,
from 7 o'clock A", M. tho day following
such application, such railroad company,
so offending, shall forfeit and pay to tho
Shipper applying the siiin of SI per car
per day or fraction ut a day's delay, af?
ter the expiration of freo time, upon
demand, in willing, by tho shipper: pro?
vided, however, that this rule shall not
apply to shipments of cual and coke.
When a car or cars are properly load?
ed, ami shipping Instructions given, thu
railroad agent musi Immediately receive
the same for shipment, und issue bills
of lading therefor, ami, whenever such
shipments have I.u su received by any
railroad company, such shipments 'musi
be carried forward at tho rate of not
less than loO miles per day of twenty-lour
hours, computing from 7 o'clock A. M.
tho day. following receipt uf shipment,
und for failure io receive and transport
such shipments within the time pre?
scribed, the railroad company su offend?
ing shall forfeit and pay to tho shipper
the sum uf K.1.I.J per titty ,,,? Ifiieli.ili there?
of on all carload freight, and one cent per
hundred pom,ils per day or traction there?
of on freight In less ilmn carloads, with
minimum thing?? of live cents for any
one package, upon demand, in writing,
hy the shipper or other party whose In?
terest Is allerlei) by ,-ueh ilelay; provided,
thai, lu Computing tbe time of freight m
tranalt, there shall be allowed twenty?
four hours tdr each traiisier l'ruin ono
railroad to anqthor.
The period durine which the move?
ment of llelKlil In suspended oil OCCOUIlt
uf accident, or any cause not vvliiiin the
pqwor uf th.. railroad company to pre?
vent, shall b? lidded lo tho lite time al?
lowed herein, and counted UU ?iditlllutml
Railroad companion shall, wiililn twen?
ty four hours nitor arrival of shipments,
give notice by mall, or otherwlso, to con
blBne-ii "i u.?' arrival uf shipments, to.
;iii.i wit i, tin. ?e-iijiit ami amount of
ireiulii uhmtsus dim tlieroou, nnel where
?..? m? ????????? in carload i|iiiuitllii-s ar?
rive, .-?. i, iiollce ?hull contain also lettera
?.?..? Initials ni ti.?- ear or cars, num?
ber "i ear or core, and if transferred
tu transit, ? in? number ami initiais of thn
car m whi.-i. originally shipped, Any
railroad company fallili? lee Kivu such
m,tie?- shull toi lilt anil pay to the ship
-.??r, .a uther party win..se? int?-i?-?t is
aftoeti-l, lim mm '.t ?1 m |..-? car per
day, i>r fraction ?? u day's delay mi
jll carload slilpiiiiinls. and one cunt I*1'''
liniiiii.il pound* per day, or fraction
thereof, un fi.-unit p. lusa than carloads,
with minimum e-h hi?.?? 'if five cents fin?
ally ????- package, after tlio expiration
of free time: provided, in.it nut more
than one- deillar pe.-r day hu charged for
any one cu|iBlgiimuiil not in excess of a
This rule la aiipliuablo ul?o to steam
bout und Mi-iuin-hi;? lines,
Railroad companies ehall deliver frolght
at tin-lr depots, or waiohuuBe ?,, or, In thu
ru.-e of shipments for. Irauk delivery,
ubali place loaded cars at ?,?, ,?., ? -it,i?
phi???? for uiile'eaelliu- -withlu t-A'eiity lour
Jiouib ; after' 'arrival, computili,- from 7
.,-cheek ?. ? ih?? day followliii- arrival
of ham?? Kinn (Jhat oarload slilpriK-nis
for ti;?-k delivery,, ar local stations bav?
in y not more ,than one team trac!*, shall
be placed Rt'uii'?Wi?HslWu l'inni for un
j ...In.-?, by the I'liudui'tor "f Ihe train i-li
wl.i' n il.?' <?'?? arrive* Tin- . hlppcr or
.ouut^uutt Siwli p? ^-14 JLW yvt Pttf ?sve
TO TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES.
day for each day, or fraction of a day,
such dellvory Is so delayed.
All carload freight, or freight carried
at carload rates, and all freight In cars,
whether full carload or not, taking track
delivery, shall be subject to tho demur?
rage or car service charges proscribed
In these rules.
A shipper, on whose order a car has
been plaoed for loading;, ?slutII bo allowed
forty-eight hours for tho loading of such
car, computing time from 7 o'clock A.
M. the day after such car has been
placed, subject to the order of shipper,
and thereafter a demurrugo charge of
not more than $1.00 per car per day, or
fraction of a day, may bo assessed and
collected on all such cars us have not
been tendered to the railroad company
for shipping Instructions; provided, how?
ever, that should the shipper full to be?
gin loading within forty-eight hours af?
ter the expiration of free time, the rail?
road company shall consider the car or
(?ars released, and may assess and col?
lect $2.00 on each car, covering the de?
murrage then duo. Railroad companies
shall not bo compelled to furnish cars
for future shipments to parties In de?
fault as to the payment of the demur?
rage charges herein lase provided for, un?
til suoli demurrage charges havo been
Cars detained or held for want of
proper shipping instructions, or by reason
of Imperfect or excesslvo ioadlng, where
loading Is done by shipper, shall bo sub?
ject to a demurrage charge of $1.00 por |
car per day, or fraction of a day, said
car or cars are so detained or held.
Legal notice, as referred to In these
rules, may bo either actual or construc?
tive. Where the oonslgneo or his agent
Is personally served with notice of the
arrival of freight on or before I! P. M.
of any day, free timo begins at 7 o'clock
A. M. on the day after such notice has
been given. Constructive notice, referred
to. consists of posting mitico by mall to
consignee Whore this modo of giving
notice is adopted, there shall bo twonty
fotir hours additional 'free lime; provided,
however, that when In any case where
notice of arrival Is given by mall, the
consignee shall mako oath that neither
he, his agents nor employes havo received
such notice, then lie will be held hot to
have received legal notice, by reason of
posting of said notice by mall.
All package freight, unloaded by rail?
road companies In their depots or ware?
houses, which is not removed by -"Vie own?
ers thereof from the custody uf the
railroad company within forty-eight
hours, computing from 7 o'clock A'. M.
of (.he day following legal notice of ar
rlva'l, may be subject to the charge of
storage for each dna, or fraction ?if a
day, tliat It may remain In the custody
of tho railroad company, as follows:
in less than carloads, nut more than
ono cent per hundred pounds per duy;
in carload ????millos, not more than ten
cents per ton of 'J,i">i pounds per day, or
fraction thereof; provided; Unit in no
? ?as?? shall the amount collected for stor?
age uf a it-.-s than carload Hhlumont <*x
leed the amount niithorliiod t?> ba charged
as storage or demurrage on a carload of
?.hollar freight l'or ilio saint? length of
lime when noi unloudrd from car, as
provided by the demurrage rules.
This rule shall apply also tu Hteamboat
and steamship companion unloading pack?
age freight In their warehouses, except
that one hundred und twenty hours uf
free time shall be alluwetl instead uf
I fortv-olErht hours.
"Loaeleil curs, i-e.ntnlnliig freight HUCll
?o- iiiiiii meat, mula grain, bay, cotton
seed, fertilizer, lumber, lime, coal, colte,
sand, in-ii'U. ?tona and wood, taking track
delivery, which nre to be unloaded by
consignee, but mo not unloaded within
seventy -two hours, computed from 7
o'clock A. M. of the day following the
day legal notice of arrival Is given (hav?
ing been placed at an uccoeslblo point
for unloading), may be subject there
after to a charge for demurrage of |l.oo
! per car for each day or fraction of u day
that thoy may remain loaded In Hm pos?
session "t tb" railroad company. All nth
\ er loaded care, taking trad? iledlvery, to
ho unloaded by consignee, .-ball Imi lim?
ite?! to ii,rty-i-iglii hours of free time; pro?
videii, however, that if. after placing a
car t,r cuis, as required lu this rule, ihn
railroad company ?hull, during or after
free time, temporarily remove all or any
I of tin-in, or In any way Obstruct Ihn Un?
loading of sumo, the i:oiislgiu<ie stilili not
I..? churgoablo with the delay caused
Whenever tin- weather, during the pe?
riod of l'ivo time, ?? so s..vene, Inclement
or rainy Unit it la Impoealble ?r Im
praotlhlo to secure moans of remava) or
unloading of freight, or whon, from Ihe
nature of the goods, removal 01 luading
would cause Injury or damuge, such Iluo:
shall bg added to Ilio, flee l?rlod. Will
no doimirrage charge? ?hall ??, allowed
for un h additional iron limo. This rid?:
UpplleS lo Ilo? stato o? Ilio ve'i-alhl-l' ?Illl?
ll,? business hours.? .
Kl'l.l. X II
,\ consignee 01 consignor, living mom
than fiveiiiiiis from ihe depot, und wuniM
?night Is duslliied to ur frinii bis placi?
er buslntigfl or residence so located, ?hall
ii..? ???- subject io ?lorngu m deiiiuriu^u
i-buigt-s allowed In ih,.? fort-going ruli ?
until a sufficient' time, h.ni elapsed after
n?itlce fur said consigliai) i?i cmmlg?ior
Vo H-uioYi? or loud suW.goods by inu ti
TO TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES.
erclso of ordinary diligence. But the
time limit for loading or unloading shall
not exceed five ?lays.
. RULE XIII.
Freight held at tormlnnl points of the
delivering lines for export or coastwise
movement shall be allowed a maximum
of ?0 days' freo time beforo application
of tho storage or demurrage chargea, ex?
cept that nny such freight shipped from
point of origin on through bills of lad?
ing shall not be subject at any timo to
storage or demurnuje rules.
Incoming carload freight coming under
the prrrvlslons of Rules XI nnd XII may
be stored by railroad companies In de?
pots or warehouses at tho expense of
owner, If same Is not removed beforo de?
murrage charges attach; provided, that
dally storagi charge on such freight shall
not exceed the demurrage allowed under
Whore the consignee shall refuse to
accept freight tendered In pursuance of
the bill of lading, the carrier charged
with tho duty of delivery may give legal
notice to. the consignor of such refusal;
and If he shall not, within three days
thereafter, give direction for the reshlp
ment or unloading*, or other disposition
of such goods, ho shnll thenceforth be?
come liable to such carrier for storage on
such goods or demurrage upon tho car
or cars In which thoy are stored to the
same extent and at the same rates as
such charges ure noys. under like cir?
cumstances by the rules of this Com?
mission imposed upon consignees who
neglect or refuse, attor notice of arrival,
to remove freight of like character from
the depots or cars of a currier. A con?
signee who bus onoe refused to accept
a consignment of goods shall not there?
after lie entitled to rocelvo the same,
except upon payment of nil charges for
storage or demurrage which havo ac?
When consignors ship goods consigned
to themselves or order, It shall be tho
duty of the rnlirond companies to give
legni notice to such consignors, or to tho
persons to whom delivery Is ordered by ?
shipping directions. This notice may bo
addressed by mall to tho consignen or
other persons at point of dollvory, and
demurrage wll] begin as in other cases of
notice.'by mall; nnd tho mailing ?if such
notice s?mil be sufficient legal notice In
such cases, whether the consignee actual?
ly receive the same or not.
Railroads shall not discriminato between
persons or places hi s'rorage or demur?
rage charges. No rel?ate, drawback or
oilier similar device will be allowed; pro?
vided; that this rule shall not apply to
package freight received in less than car?
load pus ami unloaded iu depots und
warehouses; provided, further, that tho
Commission shall bear antl grnnt appli?
cations tti suspend tho operation of this
rule whenever Justice shall demand this
No other Charges shall be mado for
storage, demurrage or car service; ??
cept as provided In the foregoing rules.
BUBSTANCE OF LOCAL TRANSFER
AND ?WITCHING CHARGES?
A switching charge will Im allowed of
S'J.OO per car Where tlio switching Is per?
formed over unii lino? $-?.M> where It Is
perfoimdo by two lines; and $?100 where
performed by three linos. These charges
to he based on a four mil? limit, and
switching services to bo performed within
The switching charges prescribed by
Ibis rule are not to apply to services per?
formed In whul? nr in part by a belt line.
HEVWRLV T. CRUMP,
HENRY C. STUART,
OUT ON ??11. CHOI. OC ???,
? H l? W ? ? ? ? l?(l ? ?,
RAKER )HI.A?NlJ, MASS.
For booklet and Information luldreBB
HENRY W. MORSE, Prop..
Ri'ii'KHRIIiiii?: ??.??.? SPRING'S. VA..
Celebrated for vVONDElvFUJ. ?uns of
livspepdii. Stomach Tionbles, Hernor?
iholl?n of Kidney, Scrofula, 13c??otna ami
Consumption, High aliiiinio fii.tiiifj foet):
free from fogs; beuiillful drives ?nul
walks; muglimi em < ??.If Links. Tennis
?''Mills, splendili lable, capaclly (tOO.
Upen Juin? lui. Urbe JAMES A. FRA
'/? ER for I'lilHlritled booklet,
HOTEL BEL AIR, NEWCASTLE, VA.
Ol'ENS JUNI?. 1ST.
Under N.w Munugeinorit,
beautiful liulel. Hill. eveiy conveni?
ence miti 111 ti 'Tas?, cooking Munlo and
dancing every even In? i'*r terms .ad.
MltS. IRiRACIJ WELJ.I'MIH ? JUNES
(?JWX.KKTT Hl'JUN?/:? r\NP HA'I'HH
? ? ? ?. lune lui-, eleva Hun '?ftti ??.??; ?us.?
til.-. Hiu.'lil'li- und MM.m ? V'.'alei ?; eu ? <
Nervoun 1-roi.li.illon HI.?? liiiiitT?tt?. I'Vh
j. ;? r.. Hkln I . I ' ? I h - Mini III ??!
>??...'. ,..>:.; ? ,, Vu,
. AND THE
The Favorite Resort of Many
Well-Known Richmond Families.
Atlantic City offers every known snm
iiior amusement and attraction. De?
lightful bathing bench; deep sea and
bay fishing and yachting. Champion?
ship Golf Links, etc., etc.
THK HOTEL DENNIS 1b dollghb
fully situated, directly on tho beach,
with unobstructed ocean view. Noted
fejr tlio select class of Its patronage.
Hot and cold sea water In privato
baths. Write for booklet.
WALTER J. BUZBY.
llrpan View Kntel ? ?!:??||?|,? ?nd
ucean mew nomi,? p,sMnK unusu
Now Open. I ally Fine.
Sea Food of All Varieties at Hotel and
Booklets at All Railroad Offices.
Write J.HULL DA VID SON, Mgr.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS,
TlliC HOMESTEAD HOTEL
will make special rates from June? iBth
to August 16th to parties staying- one
month or longer.
AMUSEMENTS?Golf Links and Club
House, Tennis and Suuuslir Courts, Swim?
ming Pool, Fine Saddle Horses and Liv?
ery. Casino for Dancing, Royal 1-Olnclaiia
Tablo unexcelled; Is supplied wltli fresh
vegetables and milk from Homestead gar?
den and dairy.
Luxurious battis and most curative wa
lors known for Rheumatism, Gout, Obesi?
ty and Nervous Troubles.
FRED ST 10 ft RY.
Ill laRIV'/l! '.?'? . Manager.
WASHINGTON COUNTY. MD.
Overlooking Cumberland and Hhenati
doati Valleys: elevation Lf*u feet- no nio3
qultoes; puro mountain spring water:
Supplies from our own farms; cuisine and
service unexcelled; porcelain baths; vesti?
bules! trains service. Tills iniigult'lcnnt
mountain rosort will open for season of
11*3 on JUNK 16TH. For Information re?
garding reservation? of rooms, rates. &c?
apply to or address '
PETER ?. FLYNN, Manager
215 13. Baltimore Ht.. W". M. R. It, Bldg.
(In Heart of Virulnlu Mountains).
Magnificent building, electric lights;
steam heat: ideal rooms; suites with
bath. Experienced hotel mnnager: repu?
ta ? Ion for fino tallio; Illustrated folder:
reasonable? ratea; opens Juno lGth. THE
11 MIGHTS, lineila Vista. Vu., M. l?.
Million, manager. Till Juno luth, at UN
South Sixteenth Streot, Philadelphia. Pa.
OLD SWEET SPRINGS,
WUST VIKHINIA. ?
Magnlficent Mountain Resort.
2,?J(KJ feet elevation': days mlliilv warm;
nights cool und refreshing; no uioseiul
teie's; nei maini lu; lino Oolf Links. ? ?nuls
Court: Pli-usure l'ool, PllU?-l'nug. Bowl?
ing. Kxielleiil Llvery nati al) nut-door
pastimes, Newly ei|ulppod Culinary De?
bili tuwni, luti-riiir 'Pilones. Klectrlo
Lights ami inani* improvements.
For laten, apply to
J. W. BEUL. .Vaiutgei?.
Sweet Springs. W. Va.
Most magnili, ? ntiv situated und cdnifprta
bly furnish,el hotel on Allunile ppast,
Hummer Hutes .lime to Oct.. W per day
up Hpt-clul Wi.uh Rutea. Orclie-slra, boat?
In?, ballili?,.?, falling, billing, leiuils, ?-;till.
Luigi 1 militai ? post In Ilia i'"11"11'-'? ??,'?'
elezvoine of North Atlantic Sf|iiailroii. Now
management, lire. BonUli-ts can uejiad ai
olii, ?., ?' ,v i>, |(y g no. F ADAMS. Mgr.
JOItllAN WHITE BUJ.?HUH BVUINOB.
Nenr Wiucliwtvr, Vl?.
Kl. .1 lille?? ll.lll.llllgee. Me-mitlllll UR. Sul?
l'I, ui une] lre.ii Killing?. MuiUtuI? riitt'?? ??I*"
Juu? 1 m ?????..|..?G ' l.-i.r clre-iilui. ?.-I???, ailelrw?
. U. ?. e???,??, Meiii.igi-r,
iuiJ.nu t-ii'ilin;?, li'inUd-Ick Cu., .Va.
Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs,
VIA SALEM, VA.,
OPENS JUNE 1ST.
Elevation 2.?00 feet. Bulphur. Chalybeate
and Freestone "Water; large lawn, plenty
of shade; bajl-room and music; resident
Ternis?Reasonahle. Write for descrip?
tive pamphlet, analysis of water, etc.
Mrs. KIDDER M. HITE, Axt..
1?00 Orovo Ave., Richmond, or
T. C. CHAPMAN. Prop.
HOTEL GRACE, - Clarksvllle, Va.
Will make special rates from June 1st to
partleB seeking Health, Rest and Plea-s?
ure. Mngoe's Chlorinated Llthla Water
free to all guests. Good boating, fine
drive?}, etc. An Ideal spot to spend the
For terms, etc, address
R, H. EASLEY, Propc?,
Ocoan End, Virelnia. Ave., Atlantlo Oitr, N. J.
Wltliln a few ?tep? of the fumou? Boardiralk,
tiler? antl all nmuHi.tne.it?.. THE WILTSHIRE,
illuderli In ovary detail; rooniH en aulle with
nrtvtite bath?, elevator from ?treot level; $8 per
?lay ami upward?, $17.50 per week and upward?.
THH MAJESTIC, all modern appointment?*?,
excellant Util?? and ?arvlce; $2.150 per day end
upwards, $12.00 per week and upward?. Book?
let* mailed on application.
8. S. PHOEBUS, Proprietor.
"THE CHILDREN'S PARADISE."
Mothers havo no cause to worry at the
MYLES STANDISH SPRING HOTEL,
SOUTH DUXBURY. MASS.
Seaside and country combined In historic
Plymouth county. A long vacation?June
20 to September 15,
L. ROVER? S SONS, Owners,
WILLARD WILSON. Manager.
Prince Oeorgo county. Va.,
March ill. 1903.
To the Register of tho Land Office, Rich?
mond, Va. :
This Is to certify that at an Inquisition
beiti the 20th day of May, 1902, nt the
ConrtlioiiKO of said county beforo me.
Alex R. Hobbs, Escheator for the said
county, there wns found:
1st. That one tract of land escheated;
2d. That tho reputed qunntlty In salrl
tract Is eighty-five nml one-fourth (85V4/
Bd. Thnt snld trnct lies within the
county of Prlnco Georgo, Vn. ;
4th. That John Staples died seized and
possessed of said tract of land, whence it
Given under my hand nnd seal this -
dnv of April, 1903.
(Seal) ALEX. R. HOBI38.
Escheator for tho county of Prince George,
State of Virginia, city of Richmond?
I, C. ????? Mooro, a notary public for t.he
city aforesalil, in the State of Virginia,
do certify that Alex R. Hnbhst, whoso
name Is signed to the writing above, has
nsknowlcdged the same beforo me.
Olven iunior rny hand this 8th day of
C. LEE MOOR 12.
My term of office expires on fifth day
of January, 1907. May H-lawM
The Valentine Museum
ELlflVICNTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OP1SN 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
FRKI?. ON ?SATUItHAYS._
\'????^??at? ?AY LINK TO BALTIMORE
'"'.'''.A?A V? e. Se 0. Itwy. antl 01,1 Point.
\V..*r-lvfc\ f? 8 M??"* ROUTE.
MW?i Leave Illeliniond via ?. & O. dully
U\?3J??FSSL except Suiiiluy, tit 4 P. il? eon?
HI iieelliii* at Oltl Point with Hteumer?
l'I of Oltl Iluy 1.1m?. lenvlli,! 7:1? f>.
V M., arrivine Baltimore HUM) A. M.,
eiiiiin'flliii; Niirlh, lOnat und Weal. I'm tickets
anil Informatimi apply to O. & O. llwy.. ftlch
nit.nil Transfer f'oiiiptiuy, or SHO Hunt Main St.
Clyde Steamship Co.'s
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM?
? Appoint ed Balling days: Hvery
TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY.
at dttyliii--?*?* Freight received dmiy till
6 P. M.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY
JAMl'lS RI VI*.It LAV I,INK,
Steamer POCAHONTAS leave? MON?
DA)', WEHNKSOAY anil FRIDAY ut
7 A. M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old
I Point, Newport News, Cliiruinonl and
James fllver lantiliiK.s, ami connecting "t
Old Point for Watihlnutoii, Unitimele ami
the North. Ktnte-iooms reserved for tho
iiIk'iu ut moderate prlcpe, Eloetrlo cars
direct to wharf. Fare only $1.50 und Si to
I Nm folli. Muelo by i.rnnd Orchestrion.
Freltflit received for uliovu-na.mu.l places
land all point? In ? Eitslern Virulilla and
I Nui lb Carolina. IRVI N WKISIOi',...
I E. A, Karbor, Jr., Bticruturjr*
LEAVE RICHMOND DA1LT.
S:CO A. M., NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar?
riv?e Norfolk 11:20 A. M. Stops only at
Petersburg. Waverly ami Suffolk.
6:05 A. M. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Buffet
Purler Car, Petersburg to Lynchburg and
Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, BItierteld to Cincinnati; also
Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxvllle to
Chattanooga and Memphis,
12:20 P. M., ROANOKE! EXPRESB for
Farmvllle, Lynchburur and Roanoke.
3:00 P. M.VOCEAN.-'SHORE LIMITED.
Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at
Petersburg, waverly nnel Suffolk. Connecta
with steamers to Boston. Providence. New
York, Baltimore nini Washington.
7:25 P. M.. for Norfolk and nil stations
?>ast of Petersburg. ,
0:40 P. M.. NEW ORLEANS SHORT
LINE. Pullman Sleepers. Richmond to
Lynchburg and Rounoke; Petersburg to
East Radford; Lynchburg to Chattanooga,
Memphis und New "Orleans. Cafe Dining
Trains arrive from th" Wont 7:33 ?. M .
'J P. M. and 8:55 P. M.: from Norfolk 11:00
A. M. and 7:20 P. M.
On Ico No. MS East Main Street.
W. B. REVILL. C. H. ROHLBT.
Gen. Pass. Agent- Di?. Pase. Agent
Air Line Rajlwav
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
2:20 P. M.-Seaboard Mall-10:35 P. M.
Seaboard Express? To Savannah, Jack?
sonville. Atlanta and Southwest.
0:10 A. M.?Local?For Norllna und Haro
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
0:35 A. M.-No. ?4?4:55 P. M.-No. 60
From Florida, Atlanta and Southwest.
6:30 P. M.?From Norllna and local
City Ticket Office 830 East Main Street
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Beginning April 1st. 1902,
Cars leave corner Perry and Seventh
Streets. Manchester, every hour 'on the
hour) from ? A. M.. tp 10 ?, M, last car
11:50 P. M.
Car? leavo Petersburg, foot of Syca?
more Street, every hour from li:30 A. M.
to 10:30 P. M.
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAL
50 CENTS-ROUND TR1P-60 CENTS.
Night Line for Norfolk
Leave Richmond daily at 7 P.
M., Btopping at Newport News
in both directions,
Dally except Sunday by C, and O. Rail
way. 0:00 A. M., 4 P. M.. 9 A. M. and 1
P. M. by N. und Vf. Railway; all lines
connect at Norfolk with direct steamoii
for New York, sailing- dally except Sun?
day. 7 P. M.
Steamers sail from company's wharf
(foot of Ash Street) Rneketts.
IC. F. CHALKLBV, City Ticket Agent,
1212 E. Main Street.
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent. Wharf Foot of
Ash Street. Richmond, Vn.
II. B. WALKER, V. P. & ?. M.. New York.
Merchants and Miners
Rtf ainsliip Lino. Pijuot Monto to
Bosbn, Mass,, and Providence, R, I,
(Reamers leuvo Norfolk for Boston Tue?,
day, Wednesday, Friday ami Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day ut 0 P. M Pasi-.ifiigors and frslght
taken for all Nuw England points. Tick?
ets on pille at O. f? O. Ry. and N. & W.
Ry. office?? und No. SI!) East Main Street.
R. 11. WRIGHT. Agt.. Norfolk, Va.
NEW YOIIK, SOUTHAMPTON. I.ONHON.
Kiilllnii YViMliii'MluyH ut 10 A. M.
rtilluileliililii. June S. Nuw Volk, Juno 1T
Kt. l'uni, Juno ill. Philadelphia. Jimo 21.
Red Star Line.
Sulllng Km unite y nt 10 A. M.
I'liilaiiil. Mi'.v gii. Kiwnliunl. Juno U.
Yndrrluiiil, Mny BO. Zet-luiitl. June ia.
PUT? 14 nini 15, Neil-Ili ?ivi?!?.
Un'Ice., TU bi-.iuilHiiy. ?. Y.
>V. li. l'ALMli'U & (?),
^ & Ohio Ry.
2 Hours and 25 Minutes to Norfolk.
7:45 A. M. ? Week dir??Local to Newport
New? ?nil way ?tallona.
8:00 A. M.~Hilly?limited?Arrive? Wllllama
liur? Ulte A M., Newport New? 10:30 A.
M., Oltl Point 11:00 A. 11.. Norfolk 11:23
4:00 P. M.~Week (laya?flp.?oUI?Arrive? Wll?
Il.tllir.barg 4:60 P. M?. Newport New? 6:30
V. M.? Ulti l'oint 6:00 P. M., Norfolk
?3:28 P. M.
6:00 P. M?Dally?Local tn Olrt Point.
10:10 A. M.?Week rtny??Local to Clifton for??
and way ?tntlori?.
2:00 P. M.?flolly?Hperlal to Cincinnati.
LoaUvllle. St. Loula and Chlcarro.
6:1B P. M.?Week day????/.col m Ilo?welt.
10:30 P. M.?? Polly?Limited to Cincinnati,
Loulavllle, fit. Inula Hnd Clilm?u.
JA.MI?: IlIVKK I.INK.
10:20 A. M.?Dally?Eipree? to Lynchborc.
. Clifton Forge and principal ?tallnn?.
5:15 P. M.?Week day??Ixicnl to Hrerno.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND KHOM
Norfolk und Did Point ln.nr, A. M dajly.
11:48 A. M. Ex. Hun., ami 0:30 P. M. dally.
Newport New? I?wal 7:20 P. M. Ex. Kan.
From Cincinnati antl We?t Htlfl A. Al. dally
and 3:110 P. M. dally. Main Linn Local from
Clifton For??? T:1B P. U. Ex, Bon. Donweil
Accom. 8:85 A. M. Ex. Sun.
Jam? River Line I?ocal from Clifton Form
(1:35 P. M. dally. Bremo Accom. 8:*)0 A. M.
O. 8. DOTLE, W. O. WARTHEN.
Oen'l Manager. Wat. Paa?. Art
RCffD Richmond, Frederick*.
l G? III G? burg & Potomac R. R
Traine Leave Richmond?Northward.
3:d1 ?. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
C:45 A. M? dully. Main St. Thiuug...
7:15 A. M?, week dayB. Klba. Anhlaiul ac
S:00 A. M., Sunday only. Byrd St
i:40 A. M.. week days. Bryd St. Through.
12:05 noon, week days. Byrd St. Through.
4:00 P. ??.. week day?. Byrd Bt. Fred
6:05 P. ??.. dally. Main St. Through.
6:25 P. M., week duys. Klba. Ashland a?
8:<jG P. M., dully, Byrd St. Through.
rl:10 P. M., week days. Klba. Ash Innd nc?
Train? Arrive Richmond?Southward.
6:40 A. M?, week dayH. Klba. Ashland ac?
8:15 A. M,; week days. Byrd St., Fretl
8-35 A. M?, dally.' Byrd St. Through
11:65 A. M. week <lnyn. Byrd St. Through.
2:05 P. M.. dally, Main St. Throuijli.
'J:00 P. M., week days. Klba. Ashland ne
7:15 P. M.. dally, Byrd St. Through.
9:0,, P. M.. dally. Byrd St. THriilii.n.
10:211 P. M., dully, Alain St. Through.
11:00 P, M., week diiya. Klbu. Aahland ac?
Note?Pullman Slnepln? or Pnrlor Cor?
on all trnltiH except local ncennimodiitlnns.
W. D.DUKB.C. W.CIJLP. W. P. TAYLOR.
Gen'l Man'r. ???? Oein'l Man'r. Traf. Man'r
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 24, 190?.
TRAINS LEAVE HIOHW0ND.
7.00 ?. M.?Bully. Local tor Charlotte.
12:5.1 P. M.-Dully. Limited. Buffet Pull?
man to Atlanta and Birmingham, Now
OrloatiH, Memphis,. Oliuttunoogu nnd all
the Sonili. , ?' ,
f!:(l0 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Chime City lo?
U.O?V. AI.-Dnlly. Limited; Pullman
ready 9:30 P. M.. for nil the South,
YORj. RIVER T-INE.
Thu favorite route to Uiltlninro and
eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:80 P.
M. Dally, except Sunday.
6.00 A. Al.-Except Sunduy. Local mixed
for Went Point.
''?IS ? M.?Locnl for West Point.
4:30 P. M.?Kxcppt Sunday. For West
Point, connecting with steamer?, for Bal?
timore nnd river landings.
?????? ARRIVE RICHMOND.
0:55 A. AI. anil Oi'J? ?, M.?from all th?
3:25 P. Al.
8:40 ?. ??.?From Chose City.
9:15 A. Ai.--Biiltlmnr? and West Point.
4:50 P. AL-From West Point.
C. II. ACKERT. S. II. HARITWICK,
O. M. Q. P. A.
C. W. WKSTHUUY. H. P. ?.. ?lclunoii.l. Va.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAII.Y
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY. MAY 24TIL
9:05 A. Al. A. C. L. Express to nil uolnt?
D:uo ?. AI. Petersburg Hud Norfolk.
l'ititi P. Al. Petersburg ami N. A W. West.
3:00 P. At. Petersburg ?mil Norfolk.
14:10 P. M. (?oltlslioiQ Locnl.
.5:65 P. AL l'eleishiirg local .
7:?5 ?, M?, "Florida luid West Indian
Limited," to nil points South.
9:4U P. M. Petersburg? nnd N. & W. West,
IL?O P. ??.'1-elcr.sluiiy local.
TRAINS AltlllVl. ItH'HAlONl).
3:43 ?. ??., 7.85 A. AL. S:25 ?. ??.. oxc?l>t
Sunday. 11.25 ?. ??.. 11:00 ?. ??.. .:(?> ?.
??., 7:20 ?. ??., 7:15 1?. ?.. 8:65 ?. ??. .
1 Except Sunday?;
C. ?. CAMI'HLLL. DI ?. Pus?, Agt.
.W. J, CRAIG), Con, l'n?ii, Atf