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TO BUCKROE BEACH
A Great Crowd Expected to
Go Down To-Day?Ex?
the railway passenger offices ar? taking
advantage of tho strike situation to work
advertising schemes. Captain R. T.
Adams, of the Norfolk and Weltern
Trilby excursions, had posted In front of
the office ot the company a large placard
heidefl Strike News, whereon were past
ed half a dozen "bulletins," which soon
attracted a crowd. One of these read!
"Walking IS good, but riding On th?
Trilby to Norfolk, Ocean View, Cape
Henry and Virginia Beach next Sunday
Is goodcr." 'Another road; "Strike while
the weathor la hot for tho coolest ?pot,
the Trilby for Virginia Boach On Sunday
morning; It's a 'peach.' As the crowds
read the bulletins each person smiled
mu] walked away, letting others get fool?
The greatest excursion parly Of the en?
tire season, that of tho employes of the
Richmond branch of the American Loco?
motive Works, talli ko down to Ituckroe
Bench In flvo apocini trains over the
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway to-day.
Orcat preparations liavo boon made for
the journey, nnd It is expected that 2.500
people will make the trip. Tho railway
company In all ready for the ciowfl, and
aside from some :,. o;.vor.itnce In reaching
the station thero Is nothing to diminish the
number of excursionista. An elaborate
programme of atheletle. eporte has been
arranged, and everything to eat and drink
and make tho crowd merry will be pro?
vided, except, of course, that there will
be no Intoxicants.
R. Campbell Kennedy, of Huntington,
W, Va., southeastern passenger agenr
of the Big Four route; 1. M. Borile, of
Bhlladelphla, district passenger agent of
the Northern Pacific Railway, and Mr. J.
A. Back, excurelon agent of the Norfolk
and Western Railway, wero visitors at
the offices of the Norfolk and Western
and Coast Line Railways yesterday.
The Sunday-school of the Second Bap?
tist Church, carrying eight or ten coaches,
went down to Reach Bark, the Southern
Railway resort at West Point yesterday
on their annual outing. Tho Sunday-school
of the Calvary Baptist Church will go
down to Boach Park to-day.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway car?
ried down a large excursion train to
Buckroe Bench yesterday. It being the
Sunday-school of the Monumental Epis?
copal Church and friends. The trip was
made with promptness nnd safety, and a
very enjoyable day spent.
Tho June number of the Book of the
Royal Blue contains several short stories,
and some handsome Illustrating of scenes
it and near Harper's Ferry. There are also
poems by B. E. KIser and Arthur O,
Sergeant Farley Found Him Driving an
Animal Unfit to Work.
Police Officer Farley, of the Second Dis?
trict, yesterday afternoon arrested a ne?
gro driver for tho Pioneer Transfer Com?
pany for driving a mule attached to a
dray when the animal was unfit for
work. Tho driver stated that he had called
the attention of his employers to the con?
cinoti of the mule, which had a. great
running sore on his neck, but was or?
dered to take him out. nevertheless.
Thereupon Officer Farley swore out s
warrant for Mr. Cyrus Bossleux, pro?
prietor of the transfer stables, alleging
cruelty to animals.
Mr. Bossleux went up to the station and
was recognized for his appearance to?
day. He is president of the Society for
tho Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The attention of the officer was directed
to the condition of the mule by several
persons, among others a clerk In the rail?
way offices of tho Chesapeake and Ohio.
Play at Ashland.
The Virginians and Athletics will cross
bats at Ashland this afternoon on the
college diamond. These are two strong
local organizations and the game will no
doubt be close and exciting. The follow?
ing will be the line-up of the two teams:
Virginians?S. Swift, third base; Cross,
catcher; Trovllllan, pitcher, H. Llpscomb,
first base; Hobson. second base; w. Llps?
comb, loft field; Bridges, centor field, Fox,
right field; Leake.-short-stop.
(Athletics?Cottron. catcher; J. Swift,
pitcher; Atwell, short-stop; W. Jordan,
first base; E. Jordan, second base; Kerr.
third base; Wright, left field; Hall, center
field; Winston, right Held.
Beautify Barton Heighls.
An association to Improve and develop
Barton Heights was organized In the
school-house Thursday night with the
Rev. R. II. Pitt, D. D? president; John
15. Rose, vice-president; W. H. H. Kid
well, secretary; Frank B. Traylor, treas?
urer. Commlttoo on Rules?Captain
O'Bannon, Mr. Sharp and Mr. Woodward;
Committee on Membership?Mayor Star
rltt, Messrs. Ragland, Traylor, Jones and
Zerkle; Committee op Hall?Messrs.
Gardner, Carpenter and Harris.
There will be another meeting at the
school-house Thursday evening next,
Young Couple Return.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bennett returned
Wednesday off their bridal tour, and will
be pleased to see their many friends at
No. 2486 Venable Street.
Lost iFountaln Pen.
Policeman E. ,T. Bradley lost his foun?
tain pen yesterday. He will appreciate
It If tue fintier will leave it at tho Sec?
ond Police Station.
Rlchmonders in New York.
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, June 19.?Waldorf. H. P,
Page and wife, J. J. Hickok; Astor, S, It.
Orowdor; Hoffman, W. G. Negli Ashland,
Mrs. G. F. Ragly: St. ubiiIs, H. Pohler,
,W. C, Schoaf, J, B. Bchoaf. E. Schoaf.
THE CURFEW LAW
Rev. I. S. Boyles Issues Open
Letter to the Law
The Rev. I. S. Boyles. pastor of the
Bandolph.Street Baptist Church, has is?
sued an open letter to the Richmond
lawmakers, calling for a curfew ordi?
nance in the city.
In discussing the question Mr. Boyles
presente a series of reasons why in his
Judgment such a law should be enacted.
He declares that there aro some parents
who do not even try to guard their chil?
dren, who are therefore exposed to all
sort? of demoralising conditions, ana who,
hence, should be forced to leave the
atreets at a reasonable hour after dark.
The same should be the case with young?
sters whom their parents cannot manage,
Mr. Boyles believes that the curfew
would do good because It "would give
the boys a chance" and reduce crime.
"We bring this matter to the attention
of all concerned," lie saya, "because It
secure to be the best remedy for an
evil, or rath?r for a multitude of evils.
The curfew ordinance hae been thorough?
%?$& New York
700 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND.
MR. HESLEP'S CASE
Says He Merely Pitched Small
Piece of Ice at Officer
With Pleasant Remark
'Squke Graves cenUfJed tho case
ngalnst Councilman Howard HesUp In
the Police Court yesterday morning be?
cause Policeman Amos, who made the
arrest, could not appear o*|ng to special
duty In connection with the strike.
Tho ca&o will be called agarfi this morn?
Mr. lleslcp was arreeted on the charge
,of throwing a piece of lee at one of the
street cars Thursday morning on upper
Main Street. Policeman Amos waajm the
car, and was hit with tho Ice.
. Mr. Heslep said yesterday morning that
he threw a small piece o? loe at Mr. Amos,
simply ns a Joke.
"1 pitched It toward hlro," said Mr.
Heslep. "and told him in a emlllng way
to take It and keep cool." ?
Tho arrest was not made Immediately,
But aome time afterward. Mr. Heslep re?
grets the occurrence as much as any?
Willie Anthony, Tick Allen and Richard
Polndexter, three negroes, were sent to
the grand Jury on the charge Of assault?
ing Lauro. Smith and robbing her of ?.18.
The evidence showed that the woman
was knocked down twice, and that her
pocketbook was taken. PoIIceirian Mc
Mahone made the arrest- . .
J. E. Wicks, the man who was arrest?
ed by Policeman Wyatt on the charge ot
being disorderly at Seventh and Main
Streets, the specific charge being that
he used strong language to the man run?
ning a car, was dismissed.
The case could not be pronren.
Eddie Hill was chargera with abusing
Mary Dudley with a. bTlck, and It cost
Tho case against Charles Williams,
charged with stabbing Rebecca Brasctoh
on Juno 6th, went over to the 23d. Tha
woman failed to appear.
Louts Rosebush, a sixteen-year-old lad.
who says his home Is la Michigan, was
taken up as a vagrant.
He Is a right little fellow, end ?ays he
?came' here looking for -work. He said he
didn't run away from home, He Will be
held for Information from home.
RAIN FOR TO-DAY
Weather Man Says Indications Point
Farmer Evans Is of opinion that there
will bo showers to-day, though he does
not look for any protracted or settled
Mr. Evans says the -weather situation
has nothing In It out of the ordinary, and
that only tho usual summer weather Is
looked for in the near future. He does
not anticipato and heavy storms, In
the next few days, and normal conditions
are expected to prevail.
UNION COUNCIL, R. A.
Will Celebrate Its Anniversary June
23d by a Trip Down the River.
The twenty-sixth anniversary of Union
Council. No. 51, Royal Arcanum, will be
celebrated Tuesday evening, June 23d.
by an outing on the steamer Pocahontas.
The boat will leave her wharf at 8 o'clock.
There will bo music and dancing, Re?
freshments will be served.
Tickets can be secured from the com?
mittee or at the boat.
Mr. Holt Much Better.
Mr, Howard Houston Holt formerly of
this city, but now residing In Albufuer
fue, New Mexico, Is much Improved in
hoalth. Mr. Holt Is an architect and was
Identified with Mie construction of the ad?
dition to the Stato penitentiary and while
In this city, made many friends. He was
also associated with Captain Lawrence
Marye, ot Newport News, and Is well and
favorably known In architectural and
building circles. Mr. Holt Is now asso?
ciated with Mr, Edwarfl Buxton Crlsty,
one of Uie leading architects of the South?
Looking for Farms.
A number of people from La Salle, 111.,
aro In the city, nnd, under the direction
of the Real Estate Trust Company, are
looking attor Virginia lands. They have
already been to Hanover county, and
will be shown other sections until satis
lied, Thoy are tired of the land of devas?
tating waters and fierce tornadoes.
Governor and Mrs, Montague return
from Providence, P. I,, to-night.
His Excellency has been absent for a
weok, during which time but little of In?
terest has transpired at the Capitol,
Adjutant-General Nail? la preparing for
the Inspection of the Virginia military
under the provisions of the Dick bill. The
Inspections will likely begin wltnla the
next few days.
Tbe coolest drink for hot weather
A. puck?g? uiekes live emioni.
Bola everywhere.orby tu*llfor2?c.
CHARLES E. HIRES CO.,
Reported That Consolidated
Tobacco Company Has
It Is reported here that the Consoli?
dated Tobacco Company i?f America,
made up of the allied tobacco trusts, has
just succeeded in capturing tho French
regie trade, which lias heretofore been
supplied through contracts t? Virginia,
Maryland and the West. No definite con?
tinuation of the rumor can be obtained,
but the fact that it exists In other cities
besides Richmond seems to give It some
cast. The following lotter, referring to
this matter and giving some Interesting
news concerning the Western crop con?
ditions, was received here yesterday from
a well-known tobacconist of Clarksvlllo,
"We have been waiting until our crop
was planted before reporting to you, but
It Is now all In the fleiri except some re?
planting. The stand Is good, and the
first plantings have grown off -well. The
area seems about ten per cent, larger
than last year, but we will soon make
our regular measurements and report to
you. Labor lg BCaree and this will give
trouble if the worms get bad. The heavy
rains did some damage In washing and
flooding and a good deal of wheat iras
"A rumor Is floating about here that
the Consolidated Tobacco Company has
made a five years'. tobacco contract with
France, and we are trying to traok it
BLACK CONDUCTOR MOBBED
Men of Howells, Ind., Drive All Negroes
Out o? Town.
An Indianapolis special to the New
York Sun says:
When the Interurban car from Evans
vllle to Howells reached the latter place
last night and was found to be In charge
of a negro conductor named George Je?
rome, a dosen angry men boarded the car
and gave him an unmerciful beating.
They ordered him not to attempt to run
a car into the town again.
Jerome was not accusod of any offense,
but was glad to give up his Job, The com?
pany says It will not employ negro con?
The beating of the negro created great
excitement and men patrolled the streets
declaring war on tho colored race. Near
midnight three other negroes were found
hidden In the railroad yards and they
were set upon, and all of them more or
less Injured with stones and sticks In
the hands of the whites.
The peoplo seemed beside themselves
with rage, but no one could assign any
reason, except that no negroes were
wanted In the town. Two families of
colored people living in the outskirts of
the town fled.
HAKES A CHANGE
Mies Carrlngton Leaves Seminary for
Miss Laura Carrlngton, for many years
conneotod with the Richmond Ftemale
Seminary, will leave that Institution and
will associate herself with the work at
tho Westminster Presbyterian School, be?
ginning with the opening of the next
The prospects for the change for next
year are very bright, and a large attend?
ance and a generally successful session
are expected. Mies Carrio Loe Campbell
will continue as principal and head of
the school. Associated with her, besides
Miss Carrlngton, will be Miss Esther Bar?
ney, Miss Annie Wilson. Mis? Virginia
Patterson end several specialists.
i..chmond?William H. Allison, special
commissioner, to T. C. Wooddy. 161-2
feet on west sido Fifth Street, between
Byrd and Arch, $670.
It. Ft. Pollard, special commissioner, to
L. M. Williams. 30 feet on west sido
Twelfth Street, between M and N, $150.
Sylvanus B. Lawrence to Nathaniel W.
Blanchard, Interest In real estate in Rich?
mond and Yarmouth, Me., owned by Paul
O. Blanchard, deceased, particularly In
Blanehard's warehouse, on Virginia
Street, and Interest In other estate of
said Paul G. Blanchard, $1,
S. W. Venablo's executors to John C.
and P. H. MoKlnley, 69 feet on Franklin
Street, corner Tjventy-seconth. $2.950.
lienrlco?C. P. Nuckols and wife and
Tax Title Company of Richmond to
Thomas H. Farrand, SO 1-2 feet on Lewis
Street, northwest oorner Rollins, $5.
C. R. Bands, special commissioner, to
8. T, Wade, 168 acres on Doop Run Turn?
Woman's Training School.
The commencement of the Woman's
Central League and Training School was
held Thursday night at tho True Re?
The occasion proved a most Interesting
one. Dr, R. E. Jones, the general man?
ager of the Institution, noted as master
of ceremonies, Major James K. Capers,
chairman of the City School Board, was
present. The address for the occasion
was delivered by the Rev, Dr. E. N.
Elks Lodge to be Instituted.
Quite a party Is being formed to attend
an Institution of a lodge of Kike at Fred
erickeburg Tuesday, June S3d, The mem?
bers of Richmond Lodge who desire to
attend are requested to send their names
to Mr. Frank Anthony, who Ik making ar?
rangement? for transportation.
New Company Wins.
The Corporation Commission yesterday
decided to allow the Bay Shore Terminal
Company to cross the track* of the Nor?
folk Railway and Light Company at a
point Just outside the city o( Norfolk
The case has been pending for a long
time, having first gone before the old
Board of Publio Works.
The following charters were granted by
the Corporation Commission yesterday:
Filaseli Ice Cream Company, Norfolk
Corporation Trust Company, of Richmond
Etuart Manufacturing- Company, Patrick;
aCrosse Academy. Mecklenburg; French
Chase Company, Dtckennon county,
THE GIFFEN CO.
The Organization Will Be Fol?
lowed by the Dalton Com?
pany Next WoeK.
The GlCfon Company will close Its en?
gagement at the Academy to-night. There
will be the usual matinee and night per?
formances, and then tho company will
disband. It will bo followed next Thurs?
day by tho Dalton Stock Company, which
Will piny the rest of the summer here,
and will open the cn?sgemcnt with
"East Lytme" a? tho bill for the last
three night? of next week and "CAste"
the week following.
The regret at tho close of the CSIffen
season will be universal. The organiza?
tion le exceptionally strong and very at?
tractive, and there will no doubt be very
large audiences at both tho matinee and
night performances of Tho Bllvor King
to-day to wish the actors and. actresses
The Bijou Musical Comedy Company
continues to play to banner business at
the pretty Broad Street theatre. "Tux?
edo." while not, perhaps, the summit
of dramatic literature, is a mighty Jolly
entertainment, and audiences havo found
It vastly entertaining. It Is strong in
specialties, nnd Its chief glory Is that
It gives all tho popular members Of the
company an equal opportunity. What
the company can do In a minstrel first
part Is well worth seeing. Ther* are a
host of clever specialties, and the chorus
docs excellent work.
Next week the Bijou Musical Comedy
Company will play Its last engagement
here this season, appearing In George
Broadhursfs delightful farce, "The
Houso That Jack Built." The title sug?
gests the story when the fact 1? known
that the plot hinges upon the efforts of
an old and very worthy gentleman to
build a home for himself in spite of many
obstacles, among them all sorts of labor
YOUNQER AND JAMES
Noted Ex-Outlaws Who Will Appear In
Richmond June 30th.
Colo Younger and Frank James, two
men whoso exploits have been recited as
deeds of unexampled daring, partaking
of the history of Missouri In a manner
that has raised them In the estimation
of some to the exalted positions of pa?
triots that have endured and suffered
much for ther devotion to "The Lost
Cause," will appear In Richmond Tues?
day, Juno 30th, at the head of a big
spectacular Wild West Show.
The combination travels about the coun?
try In thirty-three railroad cars. It in?
cludes Indians, cowboys, Russian
Cossacks, Mexican Vanqueros, cow?
girls and skilled horsemen and eques
tralns. Two of tho biggest herds ot buf?
faloes In existence are part of the ex?
Six hundred horses, and as many riders,
are accommodated on the special cars In
which the attraction travels. Frank
James will manage the exhibition In the
arena, while Colo Younger conducts tho
remainder of the programme. Mimic
attacks will be made by Indians on set?
tlers' cabins and etago coaches. Ameri?
can cowboys will compete with Rus?
sian and Mexican riders In feats of horse?
manship, lassoing ana markmonehlp. A
congress of nations on horseback is to
be held dally to show the numerous types
of men whose deeds of daring In the
saddle are the wonder and boast of tho
Mr. D. P. Phillips, the genial repre?
sentative of the Wild West Show, was
in Richmond yesterday.
A HEALTHY TRADE
Excellent Conditions Prevailing on To?
Concerning conditions on the tobacco
| market during the past week, Messrs.
L. B. Vaughan & Co., proprietors of
Crenshaw Warehouse, have to say as
"Large receipts, Inspections, sales and
dellverlos were again the leading features
of this week. Receipts are from so many
sources, like private Inspections and sales,
are not obtainable. Publio Inspections
for the week, 1,103 packages, Sold on
Tobacco Exchange, 813 packages, and for
the season on Exchange, 3,339 packages,
S3 against 2,503 packages sold on 'Chango
to this date last year; or. say, Increase
for this season, 830 packages. We hear
of some round lots of dark lugs changing
hands, and other private sales havo been
goofl. Healthy trado. We regret to
hear unfavorable reports of suncured
planting. ? Flail crop of this excellent
tobacco, so much desired for mutual In?
CAPTAIN TAYLOR TALKS
He Says There Was No Politics In
Captain Charles F. Taylor, the member
ot the Board of Fire Commissioners on
whose motion the office of surogqn to the
department was the other night abolished,
Ktnted last night that there was abso?
lutely no politics In the matter.
He sold the subject had been under
advisement for sometime, und that so far
from any feeling against Dr. McCarthy,
nil tho members liked him and looked
upon him as the man for tho placo.
Captain Taylor was euro that he was
correct in his view of the case, and reit?
erated his belief that the abolition was
made In tha Interest of the department
nnd not out of any enmlty'to Dr. Mc?
St. Mary's Benedictine Academy.
St. Mary's Benedictine Acodemy will
have their annual art exhibit on Monday
nnd Tuesday. Juno 22d nnd 23d. The pa?
trons and frlonds Of the Institution aro
cordially Invited to attend.
A line variety of needle-work will bo
displayed, nlso paintings In wator col?
ors, oil, and on china. Hours from 0 A.
M. to ? P. M.
Tho expression class of tho Academy,
undor tho direction of Mrs. Jennie yea
mans, closed yesterday morning with a,
contest for a gold medal. There were
only four contestants, however, out of
twenty-six pupils- Miss Eleanora Bteln
brecker won the, medal, doing the bom
work, Miss Bertha Levy standing next.
Her work was very good; also Miss Maria
Anderson and Bessie Cumniings.
Mr. Glass Here.
Mr. B. C, Glass, superintendent of
schools of tho city of Lynchburg-, 1? here
and wus a caller at the State Library
Judge Robertson Sick.
Judie William Cordon Robertson, of
Roanoue. is quite sick at his homo In that
city. Judge Robertson Is Improvln?* how?
ever, and will likely be out shortly.
The Law and Kqf.lty Court was en?
gaged yesterday In the trial of the suit of
Dr. Paulus A. Irving vs. the City of
Richmond and J. T. Wilson for alleged
POPULAR ? G?? 1-ilJ B BOUTE.
TO THE SEASHORE
Bpeclal Fast Vestlbuled train leaves
Byrd-Street Station 8:80 A. M. 11.00 round
trip to Norfolk and Ocean View. ?1.25
round trip to Cape Henry and Virginia
Beach. No change of care between Rich- ?
moncl, Norfolk and Virginia Bauch.
You have read our oft-repeated statement, " In use for over 30 years." It
was in the early sixties that Dr, Pitcher first made use of the prescription now
universally known as Oastoria, With a record of over fifty, under five years of age,
out of every hundred deaths, it was the AMBITION OF EVERY PHYSICIAN to
discover a remedy suitable for tho ailments of infants and children that would
decrease this distressing mortality, In Oastoria that relief has been found,
Let us take the statistics covering the deaths in the Oity of New York for
the past 30 years, and hero we find the oenificent effects of a combination of drugs
excluding opiates and narootics so long sought for, namely; 0ASTORIA.
Of the total number of deaths in New York City in 1870. 50 per cent, were
under five years of ago; in 1880, 46 per cent.; in 1890, 40 per cent.! in 1900, 35
per cent. only. Just stop to think of it.
Until 1897 no counterfeits or imitations of Oastoria appeared on drug store shelves,
but since that dato Mr. Fletcher has been called upon to suppress a number of these
frauds. While the record for 1900 does not come down to our expectation it is
owing to the carelessness of mothers when buying Oastoria. The signature of Ohas.
H. Fletcher is the only safeguard, and he alone is authorized to use the dootor's name.
.?Vege tablePreparation for As -
ling the Stomachs and Dowels of
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
Not Nabc otic.
?tanfipd Stiear .
A perfect Remedy for Constipa?
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions JeverisK
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature ot
EXACT COPT OF WHAPPEB.
Tho Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has beca
in use for over 80 years, has horno the signature <*??
and has been made under hie per?
sonai supervision since Its infancy?
Allow no one to de co ivo yon In this?
AU Counterfeits, Imitattons and " Jnet-as-good" are butt
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Snlitnta and Children?Erporlenco against Experimenta
at Is CASTOR1?
Costarla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Fare-,
tjoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant* IO
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Hareotio
substance. Its ?go is its guarantee* It destroys Worm?
and allays Feverishness. It eures Diarrhoea and Wind
Collo. It relieves Toothing Troubles, eures Constipation.
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural deep?
The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend.
6? Use For Over 30 Years.
? th ? oiKTAun ooMmnT. TT nuiiur ?t???t. Ht* ron? city.
for an economical drive of Pumps, Blowers
Hoists, Printing Presses, Machine Tools, etc.
Washington Office: 51? Bond Building. Offices and Works, AMPERE, N. J.
swept by mm breezes.
TWO TRAINS EVERY SUNDAY
NEWPORT NEWS. OLD POINT, BUCK
ROE, OCEAN VIEW AND NOR?
FOLK, $1.00 ROUND TRIP.
CAPE HENRY AND VIRQINIA BEACH,
?1.25 ROUND TRIP.
Two special fast vestlbuled trains leave
Richmond ?very Sunday?S:30 A. M. and
0:00 A. M. 8:80 A. M. train for Biickroo,
Old Point, Ocean View and Norfolk via.
Ocean View. ?:0? A. M. train for New?
port Newa, Old Point, Ocean View and
Returning, leave Virginia Beach via
new cie'-tric lino every half huir until
5:30 p. M. Norfolk (Ocean View Rail?
way) 7:00 P. Mi, Ocoan View 7:30 P. M.
and Old Fotnt 8:15 P. M? arriving Rich?
mond 10:16 P. M. Tickets also good return?
ing nn ?. and O. train leaving ? orlo Ut
4.-30 P. M-, Old Point 4:55 P. M? Newport
News 6:25 P. M, Ten hours at the eeu
shore. Threo hours longer at Ocean Viuw
than via any other route.
THROUGH COACHBETWEEN RIO H
MOND AND VIRQINIA BEACH.
On the "Ocean Shore Limited" via Nor?
folk & Western Railway,
Beginning Saturday, Junq 20th, the
"Ocean Shoro Limited." leaving Rich?
mond at 3:00 P. M.. via Norfolk and West?
ern Railway, will carry through coach
to Virginia Beach, arriving at tho heaoh
6:00 P.M. week day,? and 6:S0 P. M. Sun?
days. Returning, will leave the beach
at 7:80 A. M. week days, and 8:00 A. RL
Sundays, arriving Richmond 11:00 A. M.
Additional trulna leaving Richmond nt
9:00 A, M. (Richmond and Norfolk Lim?
ited), and 7:25 P. M., make close con?
nection at Norfolk for the b'iach.
C. H. BOSLKV
District Passenger Agent
By the Mew Steamers "Berkeley" or "Brandon"
Leave Richmond Saturday Night, 7 P. M.
RETURNINO, LEAVE NORFOLK 6UNDAY NIGHT, 7l00 P. M.
NEWPORT NEWS, 8:30 P. M.
ARRIVING RICHMOND ??00 A. M. MONDAY.
Fare, Round Trip, S?3 3 OO, Including Stateroom Berth.
LIMITED TO THESE DAYS ONLY.
OTHER DAYS IN THE WEEK REGULAR FARE WILL BE CHARGED.
H. B. WALKER, JOHN F. MAYER,
V. P. <S. T. M., NEW YORK. AGENT, RICHMOND, VA.
OLEATO LAGE CURTAINS
Isa branch of the laundry buslnosa that
jiioet luundryiiiciuln not fully understand.
But wo do. Wo make a specialty of ?a??
curtains. We guarantee eatls/aotory work.
THE iODEl LAUNDRY,
TWENTY-FIFTH AND BROAD STRUUTS
Old 'Phone, 692
fit Your Station.
Ladles, Do Not Miss This Opportunity
Vim can buy the Standard, Grand, Im?
proved Orop-Hnad Rotary Shuttle Sew?
ing Machine r tv *'?0, while the lew that
wo have on hand laat.
They are new. never, been unerated.
Why not save $20 or S30 by ordering oat
ot these machines? They are going out
last. Send us ?-'.SO aa a guarantee of goo4
faith, we will ahlp you the ma.ch.iiu
chargea paid. If found eatlsfactory, yov
con luv batanee and keep the tnuchlne,
Reference. National Han?, Bristol Tena?
utul incuciuiiile agencies.
Hamilton, Bacon & Hamilton,