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PREAMBLES AND ORDINANCE.
GRANTING CERTAIN PRIVI! EGES
TO THE MERCHANTS' CO-OPERATIVE
LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY.
- (APPROVED OCTOBER 23. 1903.)
Where.!?, the City Clerk hns lad be?
fore the Common Council the ord nance
approved auch?! 1?. 1903. entitled/an ordi?
nance; ti provld*. for the * rar. tins by the
City of Richmond to ? porson or corpo?n
Hon. hereinafter to be nscerta.ned In the
-node prescribed by law. permission to
erect poKs nnd run wires on the streets
end allevs of the City of Richmond tind
to.conftruct conduits or subways th-re
tihder for the purpose of furnishing light
sftd power bv electricity, together ?in
s certlf cate of due publient on of tie
same, once a week for five successive
weeks. In a newspaper published in ine
Cltv of Richmond, commencing on tne
K'tfi dav of August, 1903, made in pur?
suance of the act of the General ASS^m
hlv. of Virgin a, approved May G0. 19 3.
mid, whereas, the presiding officer of sa d
Common Council thereupon invited b-d? ,
for the? said franchise- as required by law;
end. , I
Whereas, the Merchants Co-orer.K ve
Light and Power Company siihmitfd a I
bid-for one. dollar, which was rend aloud
to the body: nnd,
Whereas, the presiding officer, then nnd
there inquired for any further bds; :-nd,
Whereas, none- being offered, the pres.d
Ins- officer declared the bidding closed;
therefore, be it ordained, by the Coun
-II of the Cltv of R chmnni). That?th?
bid for the Merchants' Co-oper.itlvo Light
end Power Company be accepted, and
that tho rights and privileges proposed
to be granted by the said ordlnar.ee. be
iind the same one hetcby1, granted ,to the
Merchants Co-opeiatlve Light and Power
?, That the name of the sa'.d company
shall be Inserted in said proposed ordi?
nance, and tho same so amended Is here?
by-enacted and reorda?ne.ci In tho words
and ? inures following:
To grant permission to the Merchante'
Co-opc:nt.vc Light and Power Company
to erect poles and run wires on the streets
sud alley.- of the City of Richmond, aid
to construct condu ts or subways there- ?
under for the purpose of furnish,ng light
BD? power by electricity.
Be it ordained by the Council of the ?
Cay of Richmond?
1. That the Merchants' Co-operative :
Light and Power Cumpany be, and Is here- |
by., authorized to erect poles ai.d run wires ?
over and construct conduits or subways, I
nnd run wires therein, under and along
the streets and alloys of the City of
Richmond In order to furnish and supply
clectr.c light and power upon the condi?
tions, provisions and limitations hoi ein
iifte-r set forth, and under those also set
?forth, to far as applicable and not in con?
flict with this od.nance, in chapter S?
of-Richmond City Code, 1SS9. and the
amendments thereto, heretofore made, or
which may be hereafter made, but w.th?
in the district bounded! on the west by !
??.'he west line, of Adams Street, on the
noi th by the north line of Clay Street,
on the east by the east Ine of Govern r
and Thirteenth Streets, and on the south
by James River, no pole shall be erect
'ed or maintained, and the City of R ch
mond shall have th? right from time to
time, to require the said Merchants'
Co-operative L ght and Power Cumi.any
to remove poles and wires from other
street?? and squares and place its wires
In conduit* and subways.
??.? All conduits shall be built with a
rapacity ot ot least thirty per centum
larger than the said Merchants' Co-o; era
five Light and Power Company, shall
need for its w.res, and the man-holej
shall be at least thirty per centum la ge..
The Committee on Streets ni.d Sl.Ocltoe
Creek may require said company to use
iii? occupy tli6 conduits and poles al?
ready erected by any other person or cor?
po: aiion or which shall hereafter be
nrected. before the running of wires upon
buch route. Each route shall be first
determined upon bv the Committee on
Streets and Shockoe Crcelt before any
poles are erected, conduits constructed or
wires run. and all work done .n puisuar.ee
of this ordinance shall be clone In.a
manner satisfactory to the City Engineer.
3. The privilege hereby granted shall
continue for Unity year?;, unless sooner
forfeited, and upon the terminatoli of
the grant hereby made, the plant, as well
as,the property. If any, of tlio sa.d Mer?
chants' Co-operative Light uno Power
Company in the streets and alleys, or
other public places of the city, snail
thereupon become the property of the
City of Richmond, upon tho payment of
a. fair valuation therefor, but the said
company shall be entitled to no compen?
sation by reason of the value of the tr.m
chUe hereby granted; such compensation,
:i not agreed upon between tho City of
Richmond and said companv more than
six months before the termination Of
such franchise, by lapse of timo or within
thirty/days arter forfeiture, shall be de?
le; mined by arbitration, olio of the ar?
bitrators to be appointed by ? he City of
Richmond, one.by said company and' the
third by the Hustings Court ot the Cilv
of Richmond, and upon tne payment oi
compensation, either agreed upon as
aforesaid, or ascertained bv the Board of
Arbitrators, to be appointed as aforesaid,
the plant and property of the sa.d com?
pany shall vest absolutely in the City of
4. The City of Richmond expressly re?
serves the right to Impose other rea?
sonable regulations.? conditions and re?
quirements upon the said Merchant's Co?
operative Light and Power Company, and
to pass all ordinances necessary to se?
cure ? efflc ency of public serv.ce by tt.'e
eald company at reasonable rutes, and to
-ompel tne maintenance o? the pioj.eny
of. tne. said company. In good order
throughout the term of the grant, and
to charge such annual sum for the privi?
lege of using and occupying the slreeis
of the city, a-f, ??herelnoetore authorized.
as is 'now or, may. heieatier be chaiged
against other persons engaged in like
bus.ness by the Imposition of a tax un
poles, wires and conduits, and a tax on
gro.?s ?receipts, or a license tax; and it is
hereby expressly provided that for a fail?
ure to comply with tlie provision- of th.s
ordinance, or such additional/regulations,
the- privileges hereby granted Shall be
?offelted, and this ordii.ance may be re?
pealed- and the franchise hereby grunted
declared to be at an end.
'6.. For any failure to comply with any
requirement of this ordinance, tne said
Merchants' Co-operative Light and Power
Company shall be liable to a tino of not
less man ten nor more than one hundred
dollars for eacn ottenne, each day's lail
uie to .be a separate offense. The ini
pos.tion of any tine under this section
shall not prevent a forienure under the
6. That..tne said Merchants' Co-opera?
tive Light u nd Power Company in ' the
equipment of its conduits, subways, poles,
wires, futures or other works w,ll u e
Kuch appliances as will prevent injury
by eloctrolys.B to the- wutei and gas ma ns
and pi'ies or oilier public impniveniei.ts
of the city, and will pay to Uie c.ty
all damages occasioned by clectroly.-l?
caused tuereby. and will also indininty
and save harmless Hie city ? rom all claims
of damages occasioned any person
property, growing out ut injury tu such
rna.ri? or pipes doni sucli cause. And tne
und company agrees and binds lisch to
iifeep'and hold tue city neo and harmless
nom liability lor any and ail damages
thai may accrue to any person or per. in.s
on account ot injury or damage to pei
Hir. or property growing out ot the con?
struction, improvement, maintenance, re?
pairo, operation ot ino works and lis?
ture.1 hereby authorized, and whenever
th?. c.ty is liable therelor, and the ciiy
than b.'r sued foi such damage, either ln
depenaenily 01 Jointly with tne said com
pan y on account thereof, mo said co.n?
papy, upon notice to it by the cuy. will
d?tend the City m such suit, and m eveut
o? a judgment beine obtained aga.nst the
.-it? elthei Independently or jumtly whh
?he si d comp in account of acts or
?., ? ? loi ? Id co npany, ? hen too
t-oKi company will pay ?ucli judgment
wun all c.oEta and ?icio the city narrn.er;*
7. Ali electrical wires, electrical f xtures
uijd other electrical appliance? shall be
in?iaii((i and maintained m a manner s?"
lfifaetoi ?? io the City Electrician.
?>. The said company shall have placed
and Kept In their power station an electric
mechan cal boi ???. the ?am? to be connect
isd'witli the cit> fire-alarm service, to be
used ?or transmitting signals when it be
romes necessary to have the current cut
off the wlrei 01 the said company du n.g
tho progress of a fire and ? be su.d com- ?
pany HiMili. immediately upon the reoejpt '
of in. d signal at ai.y urne, have the tad
current cut off. and slip? u fclJ i0 ie- '
main until notified by the proper official
of the I'jre.Alarm and Pol.ce Telegra/h.
Department that the said current may be
again turned on? Should the said corn- i
pany fall at any lime to obey linmed au
Jv any such s guai, whenever given, it I
shall be liable to a fine of one bundled I
dollars for anv sud, failure.
? 9. The privileges hereby grant-d are
also given upon the following condition?; ,
(U That the Merchant?' Cotopeia Ivo '
tight and Power Company will, with.? .
nix months from the date of tho ap?
provati by the Mayor of the City of Rich
mond of the final ordinance granting the
privileges he:ein contained. In a manner
satisfactory to ?he City Engineer, be?
gin to con-truet the wo-k hereby .au?
thorized, nnd fully complete the same
within eghtcn months after th" ap?
proval of said ordinance.
(.') That the Merchants' Co-operative.
Light nnd Power Company will continua
to tho sntlsfnctlon Of tho City Engineer
to push to completion such work tint 1
tlie said com pa ? ? shall bo ready to fur?
nish ndeojiato electric power for the gen?
eration of lieht and power or to furnish
adontiate electric light nnd power.
(3l That the said Merchants' Co-opera?
tive Light and Power Company before
it shall be entitled to conimftncc worlt
under tho provision? of this ordinance,
shall execute a bond with good and suf
felent security in favor of the City of
Richmond for the sum of five thousand
($$,000.00) doll?ts, conditioned upon the
constructing and putting Into op?r?t on
within the time prescribed and the proper
maintaining of the plant nnd works neces?
sary to secure efflc.encv of public ser?
10. This ordinance shall be In force from
BEX T. AUGUST,
oct27-5t. City Clerk.
(Approved.Oct. 23d, 1903.)
GRANTING PERMISSION TO THE
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY
COMPANY. A TRUNK RAILWAY. TO
CONSTRUCT AND OPERATE A SPUR ?
TRACK OR SIDING FROM ???? I
TRACKS IN THEIR YARD WEST OF
TENTH STREET ACROSS TENTH
STREET BETWEEN BYRD AND
CANAL STREETS. AND INTO THE
ALLEY EXTENDING FROM THE
EAST SIDE OF TENTH STREET,
BETWEEN BYRD AND CANAL
STREETS. AND ALONG SAID ALLEY
IN REAR OF THE WAREHOUSES OF
?. M. PERKINS COMPANY AND THE
BOYD PACKING COMPANY.
Bo it ordained by the Council of the cltv
1, That permission he, nnd the same is
hereby; granted to the Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway Company to construct and
operate with all necessary cars nnd en?
gines, ? spur track or siding from the
tracks In their yard, west of Tenth Street,
across Tenth Street, between Byrd and
Canal Streets, and Into the alley on the
east side of Tenth Street, between Byrd
und Canal Streets, and along said alley in
rear of the warehouses of ?. M. Perkins
Company and The Boyd Packing Com?
pany, subject to the following conditions:
0. The location, curve, grade, manner
and materials of construction of said spur
track or siding shall bo satisfactory to tho
3 No car shall be allowed to stand load?
ed or unloaded on said Tenth Street, nor
shall said Tenth Street be closed or
blocked by reason of cars being moved
across said street so as to Impede or In?
terfere with public travel, nor occupy said
slredt for a longer period tham five min?
utes at any one time, and the said rail?
way company shall erect vertical arm
gates, which shall be lowered to properly I
protect the public from damage or acci?
dent while cars are being moved n.cross I
or occupying said Tonili Street. i
4. The said Chesapeake and Ohio Rail- |
wny Company shall grado at their own
expense and cost the. alley extending from
the east side of Tenth Street, between
Byrd and Canal Streets, to a grade" and
In a manner satisfactory to the City En?
5. The said Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
way Company shall reimburse and pay to
much of said street and alley as may be
injured by the laying of said track, and
keep the same In proper repair, pavo and
repave between ^0 rails and two feet 'on
each side of the rails whenever tho city
shall pave and repave tho remainder of
said street, and with the same material.
6. The said Chesajeako and Ohio Rail?
way Company shall reimburse any pay to
the city any sum which the city may be
required by reason of the laying of said
track, to pay in putting said street and
alley In proper condition, in the opinion
of tho City Engineer.'"'"
7. Tho said track shall be constructed In
tho best manner, with oak cross ties,
grooved girder rails and concrete con?
struction, all of which as to location,
grade, manner and materials of construc?
tion shall be laid subject to me approval
of the City Engineer.
8. The permission hereby granted shall
at all times be subject to any amendment
or revocation by the City Council.-.and
shall be subject to nil ordinances now in
force, or that, may hereafter be adopted,
as to the streets of the city of Richmond.
9. The permission hereby granted ' Is
given upon the express condition that all
Injuries to persons or property ihat may
arise from the construction or operation
of the aforesaid track on Tenth Street.or
In said alley, as .hereinbefore provider!,
shalli when properly ascertained, be a
charge against the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railway Company, whenever the same
happens by Its negligence; and In no event
shall the city be liable therefor.
10. Upon a revocation of the permission
herein- granted, It shall be the duty of the
said Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Com?
pany, at Its own expense, within fivo
days after notice of said revocation, to
have the said entire track removed, and
that part of the street and alley affected
by said removal restored to a condition
similar to the remainder of said street
and alley at the time of said removal.
11 For a failure to conform fully to the
provisions of this ordinance, or any re?
quirement made thereunder, or any
amendment or revocation thereof, tho said
Chesapeake and Ohio Rallawy Company
shall be liable to a fine of not less than
ten nor more than one hundred dollars,
to be Imposed by the Police Justice of tho
city of Richmond, each day's failure to
be a separate offense.
12. This ordinance shall be in force from
BEN , AUGUST.
oct27-5t City Clerk.
(Approved Oct. ""d. 1903.1
GRANTING PERMISSION TO ST. AN?
DREW'S ASSOCIATION TO CON?
STRUCT AND MAINTAIN FIVE
AREAS ON THE SiDE OF THElK
PROPERTY ON-NORTH SIDE OF ???
? EY RUNNING FROM BEVERLY TO
CUMBERLAND AND BETWEEN
CHERRY AND LALRLL STREETS.
Bo it ordained by tho Council of the city
1st That permission be. and the same is
hereby granted St. Andrew's Association.
to construct nnd maintain Five Areas on
the side of their property on north side
of alley running from Beverly to Cum?
berland", between Laurel and Cherry
Streets, subject to the following condl
2d That the said Areas are to be con?
structed according to the plan presented
b? said St. Andrew's Association, and
now on ille in the office of City Engineer;
and also in such manner and with such
materials as shall be satisfactory to the
3d The said St. Andrews Association
Shall at all times keep said Areas in
proper repair, and shall mako such re?
pairs as th? Committee on Streets may at
any time deem reasonable for tho safely
of'persons using the highway over said
4th6'The said St. Andrew's Association
I shall pay the rate fixed by tho ordinance
' of the city allowing construction of Areas
! or Vaults in sidewalks or alleys.
Cth The permission hereby granted shall
at any time be subject to any amend
ment or revocation by the City Council.
Upon a revocation or amendment of said
permission, the said St. Andrew's ASSO
I elation, or anv subsequent owner of said
; house shall immediately conform to such
amendment or revocation.
Cth The said permission Is given sub?
ject to the conditions that the said St.
Andrew's Association, or any subsequent
owner of said house will Indemnify, re
Imhurs?, and aave harmless the city of
Richmond tor any charges, da mages, or
cost that the city may be required to pay
bv reason of any person being Injured or
damaged in any way. In property or per?
son, by the construction, existence, or
maintenance of kaU\ Area?.
7ih Before any work.Is done under this
ordinance ibe said St. Andrew's Asso?
ciation shall obtain from t.ha City Engi?
neer his written permit to excavate In the ,
streets or alleys of the city.
ith. Kor a failure lu conform fully to the
provisions of this oulinancc. or any
amendment or revocatimi thereof, or any
requirement thereunder, the said St. An?
drew's Association, or any subs?quent
owner of said house, shall be liable to a
?ne Of not less than ton nor more than
nfiv dollars; each day's failure to be u
uth. All ordinances or parts of ordi?
nances ore hereby repealed, so far as uio
same may conflict herewith
pith This ordinance shall be In force
from Its passage,
BEN T. AUGUST,
oct 27-6t City Clerk.
The Rate for
Classified Want Advertisinr<
Is 1 cent per word Net Cash In
ADVANCE, with a minimum cost
of ?5 cents for each Insertion,
The same rate applies to deaths,
marriages, obituaries and all other
classified notices. No display type
allowed In the classified column?,
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gold bnlr BIIOACH. with a row of binding
on inside; Its vaine mostly in association.
Liberili renard If brought to this office.
I-OKT?Ltdy'i PICTURE and RIM out of small
locket between Seventh stiri Leigh and Fourth I
mid Broad. Kewrrd ?G returned to 623 .\. ,
STRAYED?Frcm my residence Sunday, October ?
iiStbi one brown ?ini) white pointer DOG. If ?
found return snmc tu W. G. VEITCH, nurtou
Height*, und receive reward.
LOST?On Sunday lost, a email pearl BROOCH.
lb-ward will bo paid for its return to 'UOUM
NO. 7, Byrd-Streot Station.
LOST?On Wednesday morning, October 8Hh,
hl..ck leather I'OCKETBOOK. containing sum
of money, lunch ci.tipon books, ?.?rue engraved
cards und private papers; my nHrae on Inside
of book: return book and papers, keep minier.
A II. TAYLOR, this office.
AGENTS?The Manhattan Lifo Insurance Com?
pany of New York Is prepared to make liberal
coulracts wltb district inuuugers and agents
in Virginia. Address WALTER II.
CRIMES. General Agent. 40 Churobcr of Com?
merce Building, Richmond. Va.
BOY?One with some mechanical knowledge
preferred. Apply at once SOUTHERN STAMP?
ANO STATIONERY CO.. Twelve-Six Main St.
BOOK-KEEPER? Wantod, a. thoroughly practi?
cal uud experienced book-keeper for ? retail
house; must be energetic and well qualified
to tuke charge of double entry set of book?
nnd furnish monthly ? trim balance; bond re?
quired; stato age, experience and give refer?
ence. Address I". G. 11.. care this office.
DRUG CLERK?Wanted, registered drug clerk?
must be active aud reliable. Address, with
references, stating age nnd experience. PHAR?
MACIST, care P. 0. Box S4S. Norfolk. Va.
DEPUTY CLERK wanted! one who has had of- ;
flee experience! no one need apply unless he I?
familiar with court forms; good salary to good
man. Address all application? to P. G.
SMITH. 317 53th St.. Newport News, Va. j
RECRUITS WANTED FOR THE U. S.
Marine Corp?Able-bodied, unmarried men, I
between ages of 21 and 35.' for service
ashore and afloat. Apply at Shafer Build- ?
lng, next door to General Postoffice.
SALESMAN?Wanted, experienced salesman to
sell on commission In this city. Apply 14-18 E.
SALLSMAN?Wanted, diet-class cigar salesman,
with established trude. for Virginia. North
nnd South Carollnn; good reference required.
Apply to FRITZ BROS., Cincinnati. O.
WANTED?Tlist-class. building and loon or In?
surance solicitors; most liberal contract? of?
fered. S. L. HARRIS. Home. Life Building.
Washington. D. C.
WANT-.D, fgr institution, sinude man of good
moral churaeter. 20 or 30 years of nge; onu
with knowledge? of flowers and vocal music
preferred. Address'SUt'T.. School P. O., Vu.
WANTED, forty men; cook?, batters, waiters,
porters, drivers, dairy und general farm hands
nnd suw-tnlll men for Richmond, Va., nun
North; good wages; transportatlon furnished.
MARTIN AND CO.. 203 N. Ninth Street. '
CUTTER?Experienced outtor and tailor wishes
position. Address CUTTER, 222 S. Stricker
Street. PnlMmero. Md.
DRUG CL. RK?Wanted, a position aa drug
clerk, with nix years' experience, with good
habits; can give A-l references. Address H.
M. C. Box 3S. Virginia Beach, Va.
BOOK-KEEPER?Wanted, a lady as book-keeper;
experienced In d-iublc-entry bsok-keeping. Ad?
dress P. O. Box 153, city, stating experience.
WANTED, ladles and gents; we pay $12 per
1,000 cash copying nt home; everything fur?
nished; send stnmp. MONARCH SUPPLY CO.,
Stn. 3, Worcester, Mass.
WANTED, thlrty-flve good women and girl? for
cooks, maids, nurses f t Richmond. Vn., Mary
Innd, Pennsylvania, New Jersey. New Yor*.
I Connecticut. Massachusetts and Rhode Islnnil;
I good wage?; transportation advanced. MAR?
TIN AND CO., 203 N. Ninth Street.
WANTED, .on? or two experienced loopere; also
Knitter nnd monder rut line h Mery; sternly
work. Apply E. SHIELDS HOStEl-Y MILLS.
Ninth Streut. Manchester. Ve.
TEACHLR?An educated ladv desires ? position
to tench sninll children; c nlil ?1.? siiprrltitriul
housekeeping. Address X.. C4te of ??.??.?
News Office. Staunten. Vu.
tVAN?lO; skirts to make; price frtm $1.25 up.
Address A. 11. C, Station R. city.
HELP WANTED--MALE OR "F?mVvLE.'
IF YOU WANT work see MARTIN AND CO.,
2QS Nortta? 'Ninth Street.
B0ARDLR8 WANTED| largn second-story con?
necting rooms arid teble board nt IOS Rast
Gru oc Street.
BOARDjlRK?Wanted,, at 10.1 West Main Street,
gentleman nnd wife or two young nipn to t.c
colly nicely furnished room, convenient to
Imth; tubili Orst-ciuss.
NINTH BT,, N., 413?To one or more gentle
mon. n large newly papered fcermd-story front
room, furnished: porcrlnln bnth-tuh nnd telo
ph no In house. Call onlv nft?r 0 P. M.. or
before fl A. M., 413 N. Ninth Street.
ROOMS?Wanted, furniture storsgo for bright
rooms. In private family, lu West F.nd, or
gentlemen occupants for two furnished rooms.
Address J.. G, O. Box 401.
FALL TRADE has opened up nicely, but we aro
nut too busy to accominodntp you at Till!
ELITE STIIDtO. ??? E. Be. ad St'vet.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
STRAIGHT WHISKIES? Ovcrholt, $3.60 per sal.
Ion: Clifton Spring. $2.00 per gallon; goods
delivered; 'phone 135S. KELLY. 1703 Frank?
KtEP WARM! Wood Heators and Cooking
Stoves. BUCCE HARDWARE CO., 503 East
WINDOW GLAbS?Keep out vne weat.ier. Cume
by uud tell the BRUCE HAHDWAHE CO.'S
man to come around nnd put them In; COS
JURGLN8 SLLL8 the "Royal" and the "Grand
Helper" Itnngi's; no repairs necessary to these;
tnke cure of theinsplvps.
GUNS AND PISTOLS, leaded Si.eLs and Arnmu
nltlon nt the BRUCE HARDWARE CO., 608
YOU CAN'T BE hospitable and havo a cold
home; get the Crown Base-Buruer (the moat
pconornleiil coal, stovol or tho Magic AVood
Stovp from Jl'1'.r.ENS' and lie happy
H. W. MONETA will make bread crumbs daily
ufter Weduesday for frjlng oysters and meats;
something pood: try them; 117 Enst Main.
SADDLLS, Brldlos and Harness of air kinds;
Farm Wagons. Plows anil Plow Castings.
BRUCE HARDWARE CO.. 608 E. Marshall.
SEE OUR NEW styles in millinery; boccming
shapes and Just th? right thing to wear; rea?
sonable prlcps. Mrs. ANNA B. ROACH. 220
East Broad Street.
CALL AND. SEE one of tlys handsomest lines.of
Trimmed nnd Untrimmed Huts; up-to-dnto
styles, at lowest priei?'. MRS. JULIUS
BEAR. 1423 East Main Street.
ALL THE LATEST designs in Hats, fashion
able anil tasty; call ami see for yourself. A
few first pattern bats left to be fold nt a very
low price. Mrs. M. L. WORTHAM. 216 North
Third, between Gtbcc and-Broad.
ENDLESS VARILTY of good candles at
K.VEMPF'S, 110 N. N|ntb Street. Scotch
kisses, mint crpam. old-fashion molasses taffy
nnd many other good things.
ENTIRE HOUSEHOLDS of Furniture bought for
cash?Feather Beds, .Bolsters. Pillows. Car?
pets, Sewing Machine?. Libraries of mis?
cellaneous Bocke; prompt attention to orders.
Address FURNITURE. 320 Brook ATenue.
YOU WON'T HAVE oold feet if you buy a FUah
Rearrange these numbers' so that when added In any direction, vortlcally.
horizontally or diagonally, tho total would be 24.
Solution of puzzle In yesterday's Tlmes-Dlspatch: He Is In the lower right
hand corner of the picture, between the feet of boy.
1 THE TEE-L.EE S
I Daily Business Directory. |
CARDS under this noad are taken on mroo
uontbH' contract, D.Uly aud Sunday, ut $1.60
BOARD ?? Q~~
MISSES MARTIN'B boarding house?, permanent
nud transient; nice rooms and good fare;
ion North Seventh Street.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
HANU80ME ROOMS. Best Board. Fashionable
locality; e"S West Grace.
CHEAPEST PLACE to b.y shoes. H. BHIREY,
SOI East Marshall Street.
RICHARDSON AND CHAPPLLL, Belvldere and
Main Streets. Very cheap and dry storage
rooms. 'Phone 043.
BOARDFRS?6G5 E. Grace Street. A room al?
ways for transients. Mrs. J. A. WARFIELD.
POULTRY, BIRDS, ETC.
IMPORTED HARTZ Mountain Canaries, ?ap.
aneee Gold Flsb, Cages, Globes, and full line,
of. supplies. FANCIER'S SUPPLY CO., 617
HAVE YOU TRIED Bread Crumbs to fry your !
oysters und meats: they are One. Made fresh
dally only by H. W. MOESTA. 117 East Main
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK Call up ARMITAGE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 'phone t-71.
or write us a postal; we will examine sanie?
nnd report cost of putting It tn good order.
CALL UP LEE FORD ('phone 3588) If you want
your, bouse painted or parlors enameled; all
work guaranteed; orders promptly attended to.
Shop No. IS East Main Street _
IWAN MUILLER'S New York Bakery, 410 W.
Broad Street, between Monroe nnd lleury,
Richmond. Va. Flrst-clnss Homc-Made Bread.
French, Vienna and German Rye Bread. Rot
Bread dejlyered at your home. Cakes and I'lei
a specialty. Restaurant? and Privato Fami?
lle? eupplied daily. Telephone ?580.
PARTY with |500 can secure 6tate agency for I
? business nlrcady established and paring
S2.500 n.year net profit?. RETIRING, care
." REAL ESTATE?For SaleT~
TOR SALE?Cotton plantation for tale, rich
bottom Innds. Roanoke niver; steamboat
landing on premises, ?I'M nere?, 6? miles from
Norfolk. H. C. HARRINGTON, Palmyra. N.
forTal'k . ^~
LETTER FILES for ?ale. We havo two 45
drawer Ani berg. Filing Cabinets which we will
eell at a low price to u <mlc_ purchaser.
These flies are In excellent condition, und
owner wishes to disposo of them only because
they hnve become too small for the require?
ment? of a very large business. Addicts Box
No. 435. Richmond. Va.
TOE SALE?Fine pointer BITCH, thoroughly
broke. In. splendid eoinlltlou; reuKwi for sell
Ing. no time to bunt. Apply HARVEY L.
TAYLOR, 1424 E. Main.
FOR SALE?Three horse-power Gasoline EN?
GINE. GEO. W. pUKER CO., 1? North SeT.
MINT CREAMS, any. color, to ordeV: mint
creams, any color, to order, at KAEMPF'S,
110 North Ninth Street.
FOR BALE?A good paying business in town of
5.000 inhabitants for sal-; two-thirds cash,
bnlnnee good security; sales, f'U.OOO a year.
Address S. t). O., care this office.
ANGORA GOATS for sale. We will have at
I'nlon Steck Yards on nnd after Monday. No?
vember 2d. nbout thirty (!_0) pure bred Angora
Goats that we will ?ell reasonable and In loth
to suit: all full grown nnd bimd-ome animale;
the greatest of bni6h cleaners for a farm. Ad?
dress BRADER CATTLE CO.. l.lchm-njcl. Va.
BREAD CRUMBS for fryinsr oysters, cutlet?,
etc. These crumbs are used by all (be princi?
pal hotels In the country." Made . fr.-b. dully
only by H. W. MO ESTA. 117 East Main St.
WANTED, to. sell enc trained setter DOG
and PUPPY. Can bo seen at S.,'7 East
Franklin. D. S. CRUCE.
HIGHEST PRICE paid for Furniture ?nd Car?
pets. BROWN. 627 W?st Broad Strit-t.
JURGENB BELLS OIL BTOVES.
or Magic Wood Stove at J?RGENS".
'Phone 649 for the Want Ad.
man, He will cerne,
WE CLEAN and Mock hats of all description!
e.pini to new Felt huts. 2.->c. : Ileibys cleaned.
5c.; binii!;!, binding? sud sweat lei.thrre pur
on: silk hats a specialty; cbthes cleaned,
preyed nnd repaired. Membership fee. f 1.50
Month; wurk palled for ? Od delivered. 'I'lioiH
1121. TWENTIETH CENTURY PRESSINO
CLUB. OM East Brond. ,
THE POWHATAN HOtIl, rlTv?nth and
Itrond. Is undergoing m Inalile luipruveineiits
and will he open on November 1st tinner the
management of Colonel ge?, ??, i-eytu.V,
Sixteen years Ht tin? GrenNlur White Sulphur
f<|irlngs nnd six years at the It ekbrldge nud
Jordan Alum Springs, and t'apiuln HOB, II.
BEItKF.I.Y. twenty yours conductor ou tb?
(.'besupouke and Olilo It. It.
WANTA.D, TO HANG all the Uce curtains in
tonn and lay the carpeta. uinUe til" ah-ides
and put on the weather ?trip?. C. It. NOlt
VELL, No. 211 V. N. Sixth Street; 'phono 433.
CALL AND S-E US, We buy and soil second?
henfl and new furniture, .stoves and bjuten.
C'-ll.nnd s.o wliut barattine roil can get. T.
? HALL ANP CO.. 42S N. S'x'h Street.
UCi. ????? niauo to order; beautiful' lamp
shndes In fancv flowers. Mre. l'l'l.Ll.'Y, SIS'
West Broifl; 'phone 8720.
THERE ARE ONLY two ways to a girl's heart
candy and kisses. LUCCHESI BROS., next U
BIJpll Then Ire.
KAEMPF'B CANBirs are pure and frnsh: havo
yon ever trle,i them? Try them und be con?
vinced of their purity nnd freshness.
QUESTION: WHERE DO you take your
work?. Ans-wrr: To the "UELl.vntE CLI.A.V
INC. AND PRESSING CO.. -12* N. Sixth St.
BLTTI.R TJIAN CRACKER DUBT?Our Bresd
Cnimttit'fftr trying oysters ntnl meats; try thnm
? and s? 'Hi? Bppetlslng flavor your me.its will
I hsveVMhdo fresh drily only by H. W.
? MORSTA.'?1? East Main.
IF YOU ARE In need of' cocks, maids, farm
1st) t. drivers, butlers, porters, etc.. we can
furnish you. MARTIN AND CO., 2CS Norti
MY NLW ANTIQUE ETORE, 515 East Milt
Street, will be open Monday; November 2d.
1 where I will be gP'.d to see all my old cus?
\ temere nnd nvke new on??*. J. G. BIGGS, An?
tiques of Every Description.
; OLDEST IN CITY: ?ttabllshed 18?. GEO. A
LEOXHAItt). *iO S. l'Ine Street. (Illluuuiid,
j Vu., cabinet maker and upholsterer: aiitlniic
? wrrk restored : new furniture lumie; ?11 nor
gniiranteeil; manufacturer of Ol't-Edge Fur
I WANTED, Runabout cr -lmi'.ar style vehicle,
must be In good condition, with rubber tires.
Address, with full partlciilurs ss to price,
etc. RI'NA1O*'T. cure this ? fflce.
WANTED?Use o r B:esd Cnmbe fcr fryuij
voar ments and oyster?! Lhry nro delicious
rede fresh dally only by II. W. ???6??
117 East Main Street.
MRfi\ FANNIE THAW GRYMFB will recper.
her private dancing elas? ut Mi-onlc Temple,
? Si tnrriay afternoon. October 21th. Apply at
I 200 East I'rnnklin Street, for terms.
WANTED, to buy Feather BEDS; highest cash
prices paid: alio Feathers Iter.ovateil. Tbone
:i7SI. CASPER BROS.. J?u.T.i West MiiId
Street, city. _
"HUMAN"HAIR AND MANICURING.
ALL KINDS OF HUMAN KAIR goods whole?
sale and retail: huir switches, shop etera.
?1.00 up.' Gray' hair |?j?:tlvf|y restored tr. .
natural color; scnlp treatment, fiel?! min?
ti-. IiMrdre-slng. etc.. at HUGHES' HAIR
MANUFACTORY. 122 East Btoed Street.
COSY HOME MAKERS.
J. F. VAUGHAN CO.. Fifth and Bread (entrance
itns ?. Fittili. Everything In furniture, lurgtsl
stock of Iron Picds In city, every kind of Stuv??
on earlli. put tip In your boaie complete; Fold
log Beds, all steel, end fuuey I'srlnr Quarter?
ed Olik Mantel designs: up-todate Rockers,
everv variety; er.slest kind of terms; Ch-tuber
Still?, Ihe prettiest you ever saw. Viali the
hingest little ?tire on earth; try our pay-easy
plan. FRED W. SMITH. Manager.
Matinee an ? Night.
The Record lireakrr of All rielodramas.
"The Fatal Wedding."
STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART.
n , Mat.': 2?C, 50c, 75c.
HriOeS ? Mght: 25c. 35c, 50c. 75c,$1 00
To-riorrow and Sat.
? t nee and NlgliL
MR. HENRY E. DIXEY
In His Greatest Success Since Adonis,
FACING THE MUSIC.
n . Mat. : 25c. 50o, 75o, $1.00.
Pr.CeS?N.ght: 2d?, ?5c, f>J0.7?c. $1, $1.50.
MISS LOTTIE WILLIAMS.
Special Matinee Friday (Kecept.on).
The Confederate museum,
TWELFTH AND Ci-AY STREETS.
Olienti daily Hum I) A. M. to o f. M.
Admission, '? cenia. Free on Saturday?.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AJ\.'1_ CLAV STREETS.
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
ADMISSION 25C. '
FP.EE ON SATURllAVa
"They Talk for You"
YOU WILL FIND IF YOU WANT
LOARDERS OR IF YOU
WANT TO RENT
Times-Dispatch Want Ads,
WILL DO THE WORK, ??G
QUICKLY FILL YO JR HOUSE
Wilmington, N. C Oct. 22, iocs.
OITIce of the Treanirer.
Atlantic f'oafct Line Railroad Company.
?11? HOARIi OK HI HECTORS OK ATLANTIC
? OAST I.INK ????.????? COMPANY him? du?
clurid TWO PER CENT. INTEREST on tlio
?, ? illicit,?? of liidebtediu'Ks of ttint Com?
l?i.v, liitontt due mid iiuyubli? ?t Hie ofllce
o( the Treasurer, at Wilmington. N. C. on
,???,? utter November Ht. ItVi?I. The transfer
b (ikt. will ktund elo.frt from the _uth duy of
October to the. lit day of Kumulier, both In?
JAMES if. I'Oti'r, Treaiurer,
Girls for the following: work at
good wages and steady employ?
ment. Beginners paid while
Machine Bunch Breakers,
Operators and Feeders
on All-Tobacco Cigarette Ma?
chines. Apply to
ALLEN & GINTER Branch.
Thirty-sixth Street and Seventh Avenu?,
Strictly fire-proof; steel construction.
Now open for guests.
Sea Trout and Drum Fishing. Meadow
Hen, Quail. Rabbit, Duck. Brant and
Goose Shooting at ' 1 ' ,.?
h ote i w ac ha pr?agu?
(near (Cobb's Island): 75 elegant rooms.
Malte your engaeoments nt once. For.
booklets and further Information, apply
to ?. 11. G. MEARB. Prop..
?.. Wachaprqague, Va,
The Very Best Wood Heaters
PL ? Sri?. ast Iron bot.om and top (in iour
: ????Sheet Iron, with cast? ron feet
(in th.ee a zes.)
For sale by caring dea'ers everywhere
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS,
iV.anufacurers of all kmas of Stoves.
TUB ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLM
f? or Ihr RICHMOND TRACTION COMPANY
will be held, ?a required by the by-law? of
the Company, m the Company's nfTlce, ??t?
enlh ami Main Street?, Richmond, Vu., at
12 o'clock noon on TUKSIIAY. November ad,
WM. NORTH HOP. -uer.tary,
SA.X LIME TO 8ALTI_10_U
Via ti. & U. Rwy. uuu Ui- _O?at.
Ul S VlA?L -t?J-.'_. ?
Ix'uva Itlctimoiid flu V, * ?? dallj
r.ri'in HuiKluy. ?t ?? ,1; u?? <-'un'
Ufcti..|_ at ?Id 1'olut ?lib Htvamni
of ubi liny Lini?, ?t?u vlu_? 7 : io f.
? M., urrlvliis BalUmiT. ?W! A.-H.,?
couneetlng Nortb. East 'IPd WMI. fur ?f,??"
-Bd lulormiitlon apply to C. & ?. ???? U?cO?
laond Trwnfet Couipauy.oi ?80 Eait lUia Ut.
Air Line Railwav
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
2:20 P. M.-Seaboard Mall-10:S5 P. M.
Seaboard Express?To Savannah, Jack?
sonville, Atlanta and Southwest.
9:10 A. AL?Local?For Norllna and Ham?
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
6:35 A. M.-No. 34-4:55 P. M.-No. 66
From Florida. Atlanta and Southwest.
6:30 P. M.?From Norllna and local
City Ticket Office, 830 E. Main Street.
YmGWA .'AVIfiATNTi OWW
JAMES RIVER DAY LINE.
STEAMER POCAHONTAS leaves MON?
DAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 7
A. M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Did Point,
Newport News, Claremont and James
River' landings, ami connootine at Old
Point for Washington; Baltimore and the
North. State-rooms reserved for tho nignt
at moderate prices. Electric cars direct
to wharf. Fare only 11.50 and $1 to Nor?
folk. Music by Grand Orchestrion.
Freight received for above-namel places
nnd all points In Eastern Virginia and
North Carolina. IRVIN WEISGER.
E. A. BARBER. Jr., Secretary,
Merchants and Miners
Steamship Line. Direct Route to
Boston, Mass., andProvidenm,!. 1,
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6 P. M. Passengers and freight
taken for all New England points. Tick?
ets on sale at C. & O. Ry. and N. & XV.
Ry. Offices and No. Slit East Main Street.
R. H. WRIGHT, A?t., Norfolk, Va.
Nlgnt L11, br Norfolk.
Loave RiohroOPd eveiy eveninj (foot of Art
Street) 7 P. M. Steamers t,*op at New?
port New. in both dlrectlone. Faro ?2.30,
Include? etateroorn berth; meals, 5Qc.
each? ???-? ? ??
FOR NEW YORK.
By Chesapeake and Ohioilly,, 9 A. M..
i ? M ? by Norfolk and Western Ry.. 0
A M S P. Mi AU Unes connect at Nor?
folk with direct steamers for New York,
sailing dally (except Sunday) . ?, M.
? F. CHALICLEY. City Ticket Agent,
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent, Wharf Foot of
Clyde Steamship Co.'s
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
Freight received and delivered dally at
C & O. R'w'y Co.'s depot, Seventeenth
and Broad Streets.
SCHEDULI- IN EFFECT OCT 4. 1903.
7:00 A. M.?Dally. Local for Charlotte.
12:30 P. M.-Dally. Limited. Buffet Tuli
man to Atlanta and Birmingham. New
Orleans, Memphis, Chattanooga and all
6:00 P. M.-Ex. Sunday. Chase City local. I
11:03 P. M.?Daily. Limited. ? Pullman
ready 9:30 P. M.\ for all the South.
YORK RIVER EINE.
Tho favorite route to Baltimore and
Eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P,
M. dally, except Sunday.
5:00 A.M. Except Sunday. Local mixed
for West Point.
2:15 P. M.-Local for West Point.
4:30 P. M.?Except Sunday. For West
Point, connecting with steamers for Hal.
timore and river landings.
TRAINS ARB!VE RICHMOND. '
6:55 A. M. and 6:45 P. M.?From all the
3:35 P. M.?From Charlotte and Durham.
8:40 A. M.?From Chaso City.
9:13 A. M.?Baltimore and West Point.
5:10 P. Mi?From West Point.
C. H. ACKERT. S. H. IIARDWICK,
G. M. f?. P. AV?
C. W. WESTBUTtY. D. P. ?..
???.?.? ?___x_vi_ luCi?.UUiNLI DAILY?
EFF__i__.V?_ iVluA'UAY, t?EPT. 21ST.
9:05 ?. ?. ?. C. L. Express to all points
9:00 A. M, Petersburg and Norfolk.
12:10 P. M. Petersburg and ?, & W West.
3?00 P. M. Poieisburg and Norfolk.
t4'10 P. M. ?oldsboro Local.
5'30 P. M, Petersburg Local.
7-25 P. M. "Florida and West Indian Llrn
Ited," to all points South.
9'40 P. M. Petersburg and N. & W. West.
13 ?30 P. M. Petersbprg Local.
TRAINS ARR \'E RICHMOND.
3:43 A, M.j 7:35 A. M? 8:25 A. M.: Sunday
onlv 11:25 A; M.'l 11:00 A. M.. 1:05 P. M.
except Sunday: 2:05 P. M., 7:20 P. M., 7:13
P. 'Mi; 9:10 P. M.
C. S. CAMPBELL. Div. FansAgt,
W. J ?t????;, n?n Pi? i.tt.
Rr_> __i ? Plchmon-i. Fre-terlc'?:-?
? _? U G? Lurg _* Potomac R. ?
Traiis t?eave Richm. o?..oruiwarJ,
8:51 A. M., daily. Byrd St. Through.
6:4a A. M? daily, Aiain St. Through.
7;1? A. 1U.. wee* duys. Lina. a_ihui?? ac
8:00 A. M? Sunday only. Byrd St.
8:40 A. M.. week days. Byrd St. Through.
r_.u_ noon, week days. Byrd Si. Thtuugn.
4:1X1 P. M., week days. Byrd St. Fruii?
5:05 P. M.. dally. Main Ht. Through.
6:25 P. M. week days. Elba. Ashland ac
8:05 P. M?, daily. Byrd St. Through.
1 ran.e Arrive rt chmonu- S-iu.liward.
6:40 A. M., week days. Elba. Ashjand
8:15 A. M., week d*ys. Byrd St. Fred
eilclisburg accommodation. .
8:35 A. St., daily. Byrd St. Through.
11:55 A. M., week days. By id St. Through.
2:05 P. M.. dally. Mum Si? Through,
6:00 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashland ne
7-.1.J P. M? dally, Byrd St. Through.
0:00 P, M? dally. Uyrd St. Through,
10:2? P. M., dally. Main St. Thrqugh.
Noto?Pullman Sleeping or Parlor Cars
on all trainr.? except local accommodation?,
W. D. DUKE, C. W. GULP. \.. P. TA Yi.Oli,
Gen'l Man'r. ?.ss't. Gen'I Man.'?, Traf. Man.
JTJNJj) 14, 1803,
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
0:00 A. M.?NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar?
rives Norfolk U;a0 A. M. Stops only at
Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk.
9:05 ?. ??.-CHICAGO EXPRESS: Buffet
Parlor Car. Petersburg to Lynchburg and'
Roanoko. Pullman Sleepers J'toanoke to'
Columbus. Bluerteld to Cincinnali; also
Roanoko 10 Knoxvilie, and Knoxville to
Chattanooga and Memphis.
12:10 P. M.?ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Farmvlllo. Lynuhbtirg nnd Roanoko.
3:00 P. M.-OCEAN SHORE LIMITED.
Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at
Petersburg. Waverly and Suffolk. Con?
nects with steamers to Bonon, Provi?
dence. Nov.? York, Baltimore and Wash?
7:25 P. M.?For Norfolk and all stations
east of Petersburg.
9:10 P. M.-NEW ORLEANS SHORT
LINE-Pullman Sleepers, Richmond . to
Lvnchlyirg ard Roanoko; Petersburg to
EasL Radford; Lynchhurg to Chattanooga,
Memphis and New Orleans. Cafe Dining
Trains arrive from the West 7:33 A. M.,
2:0.?, P. M. and '9:10 P. M.; from Norfolk
lll00:'A;mM.'. and 7:20 ??. M.
Offlco'-'No'i ?8S East Main Street. ?
W: B. BEVILE. C. II. BOSLEY,
Oen. Pass. Afc'ent. Dis. Pass. Agent
2 I ms tut 26 Minutes toMoriolfa
Uli.? ? t, *uv,J?.ho.mj?tASiliouND.
7:10 a. ??.?l'Liii ? L?u^.?ul to fiutVbot't No?'?
?und w'uy stations.
0.00 A. M.?iii-uy?i.imltod?Arrives Williams,
? bui'ij iKuti A. M., SeVp?rt News iu:?u a.
M? Old I'olpt ?LUO'A. M., .Norfolk lii'JB
J:?u 1'. M.?Week days-^Spo?hil?Arrives Wll
? lluuitliuris l:5o l?. .M.,; .Vu-port .Vus ?:30
Vi M., old Putin ?.uo ?, ?.. Norfolk t?;i>
5:00 ?, M.~Dally?LocU to Old Polin.
MAIN LlA'D? WUS'iUUfNl?.
10:10 A. M.?Local?Dully t., ?.????? lottesv|Ue,
except Sunday to Ulttou I'Ol'gO.
2:00 I'?. .VI.?Duiis ? Bj.iclul to Clucluuuti,
Louisville, tit. touts und Chicago.
6:15 V. M.-Wi'i't (luv*?Local to (Joidoiisvllle.
10::;0 P. M.?D..1Ij? Limiten to Clucinuatl.
Louisville, Ht. Luis uud'Clilcugu.
JAMES U1VUU LINK.
10:20 A. M.?Daily?E-xprm* to Lynctiburc,
L'lifun l'orge mid principal nations.
6:15 I?, M.?Wick durs?Douai to Wunen.
XHAJNS AKitlVi: HlCil.MO.VD I'UOII
Norrulk uutl Old l'ulut JU.tiS A. U. dally,
11:15 A. 51. Ex. Sun., mid 7:00 P. M. dullj.
Newport News LocU7:?J I'? M. dully.
From Cliiclnuatl und West 7:15 A. M. dally
und 3:50 |\ M. dui1/? Main Line Lecul from
Clifton lorgo 8:10 P. M, L'x. 8uu. from L'llfion
Fornii, dully fr..Ui Oliurlotti'svllle. UoriiuiisvllU
Accolli. ?:3H A, M. Ex. Bun.
Junio? Kivi-i? Line Locul from Clifton l'Orsi
I 0.-3? 1\ M. dui/. 'Warron ' Accodi. 8:J0 A. M.
I Ex.' Bun,
C. K. DOYLE. W. O. WAHTHEN.
Geu'l MannRer DIst. Pus?. Agt
~~ ?TOWaN J P ; ? ?ftTtAT
ELEI TRI 3 RAILWAV.
I egir? ?ng fipr I I t, 1802.
Cars leave comer Perry ' and Seventh
Streets. Manchester, every -hour (on th?
hour) from t? ?. M. to 10 P. M., last car
11 ?f ? M. .
I Cars le?ve Prrer-hurR, foot of Syca
more Street, every hour from 6:?0 ?. M
I Last car eonneetirg with Norfolk and
.Vestc?n Ra.lw.iy. 10:10 P.M.