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Sun Proof
Serges,
$16.50
We've Just received -from the makers
l new lot of our iaeclal serges; $20.00
values.
.-'tnuif, Bilms, regulars and stubs for
I tie small men
Every suit gua.rarvt.'ed <o hold shiupo
tnd color for ouo year or bo replaced
?Ith new on-es.
FINAL EXERCISES
HELD AT SEMINARY
Diplomas Awarded and Degrees
Conferred?Address by
Bishop Strange.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Alexandria. Va.. June 10.?The com?
mencement exercises of the Episcopal
Theologie i! Seminary of Virginia, lo?
cated west of hete, were held tnlti
morning at 10 o'clocy in the ctiapci
at that institution. Bishop Gibson,
president of the rcmlnary. w'th the
professors in their academic robes,
were seated In the choir, and tho
graduating class with tho other stu?
dents occupied seats In front of the
president and faculty.
After a short opening service, con?
sisting of prayers and a hymn, tho
bihhop announced the names of the
ttudents advanced from tho Junior to
tho middle class.
The following students received cer
tlllcates In certain departments of
study: George Victor Hell, of t:te
Diocese of Virginia; John Lewis Tracey
Glbbs, of the Diocese of Southern
Virginia.
Diplomas were then presented to
the following graduates: .losiah Tid
ball Carter, of the Diocese of West
Virginia; James Harry liarncr. D. A.,
of the Diocese of Washington, and
Edward Anderson Pcnick, Jr., M. A .
of the Diocese of h'outh Carolina. !
The degree of bachelor of divinity
was conferred upon the Rev. Robert
A. Goodwin. Jr.. SI. A., of China; Rev.
William Gibson Pendloton, of tho Dio?
cese of Southern Vlrgln'a. and tne
Rev. Joseph Todhemtor Wore. U. A.,
of the- Diocese of Maryland.
The following clergymen received
the degree Of doctor of divinity: Rev..
John A. Asplnwall. of Washington, D. ;
C; Rev. Frank G. Scott, o'f Petersburg;
Rev. Robert A. Goodwin, of Richmond,
and Rev. Edward I- Goodwin, of Ash
iar.d.
The Rt Rev Robert Strange. D. D..
bishop of East Carolina, delivered an ,
earnest nnd helpful address to the
graduating class, after which the ex?
ercises were brourtlil to a close with 1
the tinging Of "Blast He tne Tie That
Binds" and the pronouncing of bene?
diction by tho president.
Shortly after the. close of the com
mencement exercises the annual meet?
ing of the alumni was held III the
chapel and called to order by the
president, Bishop reterkin, of West
Virginia.
A memorial address on the late Rev.
Richard W. Mlcou. D. D. professor of
theology at the seminary, whose fun?
eral took place In the chapel at that
Institution yesterday afternoon, was
delivered by Bishop Gibson, pf Vir?
ginia. When this was concluded, the
stuninl essay was read by Rev. Wil?
liam H. Ivilnd, of Wilmington. Del.,
after which the tegular or<ler of busl-I
ness w.T- disposed of. This w as fol- I
lowed by the alumni dinner In the I
refectory of the seminary.
Theie was a largo attendance of j
ilergy and frlenels of the institution j
St the closing exercises. The whole'
proceedings were tolctnlnizcel by the j
' in era 1 of Dr. M'eou. who dleel June j
I last, in Oxford, England, where he
nael gone for the purpose of re?
cuperating his health.
Among the bishops present at tho
online ncenient Were the following:
Bishops Gibson, Virginia: Randolph
tnd Tinker. Southern Virginia; Petci
kin nnd Gravatt, ot" West Virginia;
and Sttange, of Bast Carolina.
Among the clergy attending were
?.he following: Rev. Drs. A. B. Kin
lolvlng, of Baltimore; W. M. Clark
ind J. .1. Gravatt, of Richmond; nnd
the Revs., W. A. Crawford, Frost and
M. I'age Dame. Baltimore; Henry r\
FCloman, Portland, Me ; W. H, i.aird
tnd Konsey J. Hammond, Wilming?
ton. Del.; Dr. C. E. Grammer, Phll
ai ?Iphla.
The exercises will be brought to a
close at 11 o'clock to-morrow morn
b": w'th ordination exercises In the
?iiapel at that Institution.
TO VA. BEACH
WITHOUT CHANGE
Next Sunday morning and continu?
ing ever.,- Sunday morning until fur- I
ahf :? nOLIce, the Norfolk nnd Western
vrttl operate a through coach to Vir?
ginia Beach, carrying passemgiors to j
that famous nt-sort without change of
a s. T-hla coac.li will he attached to!
the "Atlantic. Special." leaving Byrd I
Street Station at 8:10 ervery Sunday
morning. The ICantnon Ball" train |
leaves al 9 o'clock, running solid he- i
Iween Richmond and Norfolk. The
i .1 trip far> is only $1.50, and good
ii both trains.
VIA
Norfolk & Western Ry.
Tickets will be sold at this rat* eaoh
Friday and .Saturday, limited to rcach
Richmond nfiturnlng not later thnn
;he ,follerwln.g Monday evening. Your
hol co of three trains leaving Byrd
Street Station 3 A. M? 3 P. M. and 4:10 i
P. M. The 9 A. M. and .1 P. M. ar."
.through trains to Norfolk without
kbii'iK* ?. carrying Pullman parlor cars.
Bor full information, apply to the of
fe,s of the company at 83S E. .Main
^Rract, l'hono ifaelbie?. Asa i
Named for Temporary Chairman
ALTON B. PARKER,
GOES UNHEEDED
(Continued From First Page.)
that Judge Parker is icoked upon as
i ro-callad "conservatlmo" Democrat.]
Still, us a matter ot fac?, be Is one of
the most progressive of our party men
and ranks in that respect as well as
In all others with the foremost lead?
ers of the Democracy in tho country!
to-day. i am confident tha Democracy
or the country will hall his selection,
If you deem it wise to name him, with
hearty approval.
"To my mind there Is hj action
this committee can take to assure
the people that the Democracy is
starting right than by selecting ono
of tho two living past candidates of
our party for tha presidency as the :
temporary chairman of the conven-1
lion. Had the .State of Nebraska
asked that its distinguished Demo?
cratic son be named as a pressing
officer, 1 would have doomed it espe?
cially appropriate that ne be naiuud
for permanent chaliptan."
Dnnlels Noinluatea Hear}'.
Joscphus Daniels, national commit- j
teeman of North Ctroliai, placed Hep-|
r.-st-ntutlve Henry, of Texas, in noml- j
nanion, and National Committeeman1
Hall nominultd Senator-elect James,]
of Kentucky. .Senator Kern, of In?
diana, was brought forward by Na?
tional (Committeeman Hudspelh and!
Senator O'Oorman, of New York, wus
placed in nomination by John T. Mc
Gratv, of West Virginia. The vote i
gave Judge Parker a plurality, and
there was some discussion whether the
nomination should be made unani- 1
mouF. A motion to make It so was
hot made, and after We other tern- '
porary orllccrs were chesen, the com?
mittee udjourr.od.
The committee will meet again to- I
morrow.
Tho selection of Judge Parker for
temporary Chairman to-nhght drew I
forth severe Criticism from Senator |
Obcdlah Gardner, of Maine.
"There aro scores of men In the:
country more competent to present the
keynote of Democracy to the conven?
tion than Pirker." declared the Maine
Senator, "The Democratic party owes
111 in nothing, and it would he folly
to place a man lik ehtm in such a del?
icate pofcltion."
Mut Ileslgo as Speaker.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch ]
Washington, June :0_By far the
most Important pre-convcntlon story
which has broken hero yet became
current to-day, when It was rumored
that Cl-.amp Clark would design the
Speaker's irtaoe In the event of his
gomt nation at Baltimore, and that
Congressman Underwood would Rtic
ceed him: that Francis Burton Har?
rison, of New York, a member of trie
House Ways and Meana Committee,
would succeed Underwood as majority
leader in tha Houso ->ew York's
ninety votes in tho convention thus,
It is expected, would be landed in the
Clark column.
In addition to this, it is said, that
either Senator O'Gorman or Congress?
man Redflcld, of Now York, w.ould got
second place on the ticket.
Kedfluld is an avowed candidate for
second place and Is looked upon as
one of the strongest Democrats In the
House because of his tariff views.
Senator O'Gorman, while not going as
far as Hedtleld, and making no open
fight to land the vice-presidency, ig in
a receptive mood, and will tako the
nomination if offered him.
Clark would resign tho Speaker's
placo if nominated because he would
not wish to tako the chances on plac?
ing himself In an embarrassing posi?
tion, and. at the same time, the moral
effect on the voters would be better
shoe, i bo cut entirely loose from Con?
gress until after the election. It will
be- seen by this that ono of the "deal8"
said to have been made several
months ago by the Clark, Underwood
and Harmon members to defeat Wood
row Wilson, has developed.
It Is taken by some of the Wilson
men to mean that Underwood sees
defeat staring him In the face, and
that in order to save himself would
bo allowed to be drawn into an ar?
rangement which would make him
Clark's successor as speaker. Tiie
Wilson people also sec la this move
an Indication that the Sew Jersey
Governor in the man whom the iiold is
lighting, and that only by a combina?
tion of Underwood-Clark-Tammy
strength can Wilson be defeated.
Of course, no one here will talk
about this latest 'deal'' to beat Wil?
son, but there seems to be little doubt
ti.at Tammany, in order to gel second
place on the tickets either with
O'Gorman or Hedfteld, will land it's
full strength for Clark, securing at
the same time the position of Demo?
cratic leader in the Huuse. now heil
by L'nderwood. 1'. H. McG.
Clark Claim? -too Vote*.
Washington. June 20_Fifty dele?
gates to the Baltimore convention In?
structed for Speaker Clark met In con
I ferenca at the Clark headquarters here
I to-day and definitely determined that
the MlBSOUrlan will have 160 votes
I on the first ballot. William Randolph
I Hearst and other prominent Pemocrits
j were present. Former Senator Fr? i
I'ubolj, of Idaho Clark's campaign
I manager, presided.
The object of the conference was to
organize an Invincible Clark phalanx
with which It is planned to sweep the
Democratic convention off Its feet and
put the Spe-aker at the head of the
' ticket. There was no vice-presidential
I talk.
j Committees to arrange details In
Baltimore were appointed, and as a
1 result of the "get-together" conference
i the singers of the "Hour.' daws'' song
i will go into convention with definite
( Instructions as to every detail.
Contests From Illinois.
Baltimore. Md.. June 20.?Notifica?
tion was tiled to-night with Urey
I Woodaon, secretary of the Democratic
? Nat.onai Committee, by Rrepresenta
live Henry T. Ralney, of Illinois, that
[ ci ntests wouid be made in lot the
I six delegate--ut-large from mine's
' und the first ten congressional d's
I tricts. comprising tho city of Chicago.
Rryiiu llcfueen Comment.
I Chicago. June. 10.?William Jennings
: Bryan refused to-d;iy to comment upon
the selection of Judge Alton B. Far
' ker for temporary chairman of the
Democratic National Convention.
, ' "1 will not discuss the Baltimore
! convention until I gel through with
- my discussion of this one," said Col
I onel Bryan, reterring to his reporto
; rial duties in connect.on with the Re
I publican gathering.
Ilns Nothing to Say.
Rochester. June 30.?Judge Alton B.
I'..: ker, when shown the dispatch an?
nouncing his selection as temporary
chairman of the Democratic National
Convention, declined to make any com?
ment, or to say whether or not he
would accept. He is in Rochester at?
tending the trial of the Independent
Telephone case.
Contract for New Academy,
[Special to The Timesr Dispatch. ]
Lynchburg. Yn., June '.'a.?Contract
After it ha3'been granted by the city,
a franchise cannot i,e revoked, cannot
be recalled, cannot be revised, cannot
be chang..I in any of its provisions, but
become? a contract binding on the city
for a long period of years. So the
t::ne to make sure that any franchise
.-afegua.rels the city and the people is
before such franchise Is granted.
This franchise whOch it is sought to
railroad through the Common Coun?
cil to-night has never been pub
i -lied, and has nkvkr vf.t been
read before the counciu
auction ?alcG Oji? ?>ap
'The Velen?ne Auction Co.
AUCTIONEFR?
? 1 8 EAST BROAD SI
BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE.
LARGE STOCK SHOES, NOTIONS.
HATS. CAPS, GENT'S FURNISH?
INGS, STORE FIXTURES, STC.
Pursuint to an order of the District
[ Court of the United States for the East?
ern District of Virginia, enhfeed on the
I 17th day of June, 1912, In the matter
of j, H. Bouldware & Co.. Inc., bank
1 rupts, 1 will sell at public auction, on
the premises, No. ?21 Louisiana Street
(Fulton).
FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1912,
beginning at 10:30 o'clock A. M.
the entire stock and fixtures of said
bankrupt, consisting of a large steck
oT Men's. Lidics' and Children's Shoes,
I Men's und Boy?' ll.its nnd Caps, large
stock of Neckwear. Underwear, Hosiery,
Collars. Shirts, Cloves, ete.. large lot
or Jewelry, Men's ard Boys' Clothing,
etc.
FIXTURES.
[Consisting of Improved National Cash
I Regierter, two Silent Salesman Shodv
Caass, Electric Fixtures. <~t:m Arc Lamp,
j Display Case.s. Window Fixtures, Com?
bination Lock Iron S:;fo. Counter,
Benches, etc. .
I Sale positive. TERM'S; Cash.
TRY'IN S. OOLDRARTIT,
Trustee.
BLOOMRKRC, A HUTZLKR,
Attorneys for R^mkrupt.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
We have secured ti\<i services uf Mrr. v.". J Morin to draw
this picture for us without an Idea of a title. Now we want our
numerous fr+ends and patrons to suggest a t't'.e for It. and we
are offering six prizes for the best and moit emit able titles for the
picture. There Isn't a home, no matter how large or small,
but could find something In our store that Is a household neces?
sity, and will make the coming hot days cooler and more com?
fortable.
To participate In this contest, you must purchase from us
tome article during the period of this contest. Each purchase
gives you the right to make one suggestion. When you make
your purchase, a-sk the salesman to give you a "Pioture Contest
Card"; then fill It out with the title yen are submitting, and your
name and address, and turn it In to us. Every mall c/rdi;r purchase
entitles you to make a suggestion also.
The contest will eajd July 8th. The prizes will be awarded
soon after by three competent and disinterested Judges. Wc will
publish the r.-ameo of -the Judges loiter. The best suggestion wins
the first prize; the second best the second prize, *tc.
Prizes to Be Awarded:
First prtxr?One Suite of Furniture.9SO.00
?econd prlre?One Coal or tias Itinie. .935.00
Tlilni prise?One Axmlnster or Wilmso Ituit .926.00
Fourth prtr.e?One Leather Couch.920.00
Fifth prize?One Ch;ITonnlrr.. .510.00
Sixth pri??Une Library Table.-.910.00
Totnl . .9150.00
Frize winners can exchange thoso for ajvytflvlnc th-ey want,
provided ',-t is of eiual value.
Prizes will be displayed in our windows, oomn aitxl see them.
Look for to-morrow's ad.
has been signed (or the rebulld'ng ot
the Academy of Music, and the work
Is to be started next Monday mori
Ing by the contractor*). The contract
culls for the completion of tho the?
atre by October 20.
auction Sa!c0, future Sags
liy Charles A. Hose Company,
Real Estate AtK-tloncers.
T RUST F. ES' AUCTION SALE
OK
LOT <~>F LAND, WITH BRICK DWELL.
INC. THEREON, KNOWN AS NO. 6).".
NORTH SEVENTH STREET.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
to th'j undersigned trustees, dated De?
cember 20. 1910. duly recorded <n
clerk s oftlce of Chancery Court of the
city of Richmond. In D. B. 209-D. page
410, default having bean made In the
pa> mcnt of the dein se-cur.'d thereby,
and having been requested so to do by
the ibeneficiary, we will proceed to .-? I
at public nuctrion, on t>r- premis.-s,
TUESDAY, JUNE 1912,
at i o'clock P. M.,
all that lot of land, with the hr'.-k
dwelling. No. 605 North Seventh Street,
and ill otic- improvements thereon,
beginning 170 Pect north of Leigh
Street, at the north line of a 20-f'>ot
alley, and running north and fronting
; on Seventh Street ?5 feet 11 Inches, and
hback between parallel lines 120 feel
i to a 2">-foot alley.
! TERMS! Cash .? U(Ticlernt to pay off
land discharge a note fovr ?3.oo\ with
interest, and cost* .,f executing tin*
I trust: balance upon terms to he stated
; at sale.
I ORDWAY PC ! I ER
ARTIM'R E. CHAPMAN.
Trustees
CHARLES A ROSE CO..
Auctioneers.
?By J. Thomp.-on Brown & Co ,
1113 Main Street.
TRUSTEE SA 1,10 TO TUB
H IGHEST ?IDDER.
TWO-STORY KRAME DWELLINGS.
NOS 11 AND 13 LINDEN, NEAR
MAIN STREET.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated
.lun,. 15, li>o;?, recorded In Richmond
?Chancery Court. I'. H. 202-C pag.> 440,
I to the undersigned to secure the pay
! men; of a note thorolll described, de
? fault being made, and being requested
CO to do. I will s.ll at public auction,
on the premises.
TUESDAY. JUNE 25.
at ? P. M.,
all these two lots .,f land, with two
frame dwellings. Nop. 11 and 13 South
Linden street, between Main and Gary
Strejts, fronting 36 feet and extending
back *astwardly 6fi feet.
Good paying property, with specu?
lative future.
TERMS: Cash as to expense of sale,
nnv unpaid taxes, and to pay a 1ml
an'ce due on note of $1,033 4.".. with In?
terest from .lun.' IS, 1912, and balance
In one year.
T>. A. RROWTN. JR..
Trustee.
.T. THOMPSON BROWN A OO.
Auctioneers.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN ? A. M. TO 5 P. iL'
Admlsalun. Zbm. Fin* on fiaiurdayfi
?anktupt flotitcQ
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING Olf
CREDITORS.
In thf matter of | No. 1156.
THOS. II. i'ARTIN. In
Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy.!
IN TUE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES KOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the creditor* of THOS. H CAR
TIN, of Richmond, in the county of
Henrlco and district aforesaid?
Bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
19th day of .lime. A. D. 1912. the
taid THOS. H. CARTIN was dull
adjudicated bankrupt, and that the llret
meeting of his creditors will be
I held In my ofllce, Rooms Nos. St'2
' and SO3, American National Bani;
i Building. Richmond. Va , on the 1ST
DAY OF JUDYi A. D. 1912, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon, at which llmo
the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee. eXDm
j ine tho bankrupt, and transact such
I other business 08 may properly com?
I before said meeting.
TI1?S. B. SXEAD,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
June 20, 1J12.
1 NOTICE OK FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS
; In the matter of j No. 1153. I
11VEl: GOLDSTEIN, I In
Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy. I
I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE '
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
! To the creditors of M VER GOLD
I STEIN, of Richmond, in the county
of Heiirico and district aforesaid?
Bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
j 12th day of .tune. A. D. 1912. th- s*id
MY ER GOLDSTEIN was duly ad'.u
I dlcatod bankrupt, and that the Hrst I
meeting of it.; creditors will be held In
! my office, Rooms Nos. Mi2 snd 80.1.
? American National Bank Building.
Richmond, Va.. on the 1ST DAY OF
I JULY, A D. 1912. at 1? o'clock
'In the forenoon, nt which lime the
t said creditors may attend, prove tbelr
I claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and trnnsnei such other bus
i tness ns may properly come beforo b^ld
j meeting.
THOS. I! SNEAD.
Referee in Bankruptcy. I
i June 20. 1912.
UtllllDtlD'j
' Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
I ":30a ? Local?Dally?Newport New?.
I iAh A.?Locnl?Dally?Ch'vllle. Kx. Sun.
'i burnaend.
; 19:C9 A ? F.ipress-Dally ? Ncrfolk. Old Point.
' 110:00 A.?Local?Dally?Lohbg., I-ex. C. Forg*
I ?ISiW Noon?Express?Dally?Norfolk Old rt.
i *.M.t P.?Express?Dally, On.. L'vtlle.
I |?.00 P.?Express?Dally? Norfolk. N. New*.
i:00 I*.?Loci I?Daily?N. News, OIJ Point.
*.1S P.?Local?J3x. Fun.?(Jordonsvllle.
t-.li I*.?l.ocal--Iix. Sur..?Lcht>?. Natural
Urldgr. Clifton l-o?sr. |
?8:10 P.? Limited ?Dally--?.'IneIn'11, Chicago, i
?li:W p.?Express?Dally?Cincinnati, iVvllia. I
?Sleepers. U\irIor Cars. I
TRAINS ARR1VU llICHilOND~-Ia)Cttl rrom 1
Kast: S:10 A. M.. 7:1? P, M. Through from'
East: 11:30 A. m.. 7.OC p, it., 6:30 p. M. (.oval
from.West; s.'jo a. it., a. M., hid
7:M P. M. Through: S.? a. M? 15:7,1 a.
at. and j:m P M.
James RUcr Line: ??J:26 A. M., ?.?o P, XL
. ?'Daily, excest eur.dtx.
SO ?THERN RAILWAY
PREMIER CARRIER ?F Tili: SOUTH.
Trktai Leave Richmond.
N, B. ?Kollow leg ichedul? llguro- publish?
ed aa Information and not Rjaranteed:
For ?he South?OatlVS C: 10 A. 11. Local.
Trains Arrive Kici.mund.
From the South: <:40 a. M.. Sita a- Ii.,
1 i:0-t v. it.. S :0S r. M. dally; 12:eS Es. Sun.
| From West Point: !i:30 a. it. dally, 11:16 a.
I M.. Man., Weil, and Frl., 4:3i P. M. Ex. Sun.
S. K. BURGESS. D. P. a..
907 e Main St t'hon? Mnrtlnon 271
I 10.ti a. M Express i.co P. M. Uxprass,
I ?Uli elt-nlrl J Sleeping Car lor ai*
I lantn and >:;.-:..;iuharn. 11:45 P. 11. Express.
! IVtek Day?: 3:00 P, II. Local.
YORK RIVER LINE.
1:10 P. lt. !?:.:>? Connecting tor Bai ti?
mer.- Man. Wed. and Friday. 6:0-5 a. M.?Bs?
I Sun. ami I ii I'- II. ?Hon.. Wed. and l-'rl
] day?Local
Norfolk & Western Railway
I ONLY ai.I. I!AII, LIN:: TO NORIV'LK.
Schedule la Effect June 17, ?Ii.
I Leav< ii.- id street Station. Richmond, FOR
NORFOLK: bt:U A. M.. '.-lOO A. 'A.. *3:M
P. M? ?4:10 I'. lt.. b7:.1i I'. M.
TOR LYNCHBURG AND THE IVEST: '?:!*
A. lt.. ?i' .'.O A. m . .13:0-0 1". M? -9:J0 P. it.
An He Richmond troai Norfolk: aII-10 A.
it. on a A. m. ???.:>? P. it.. mo::;, p. m?
?ll:S0 P. it From ilia West: ?*:4? a M..
i. !?.. P, M? bl:40 P. 1!.. *C:K> P. M., '3:00 P.
it.
? lially. aPnlly ex. Sunday, hSumluv onlr.
W. U BBVILL. i.!. U. BOsLEr,
I il P. A.. Roanoke. D. P. A- Riciimomt
; Richmond & Pelersburj ^ii:;ric rtdilwaj
Cera iea?e Manchester, Sovenlh ant Perry
sir. , is. lor Petersburg:
?o. ;. s. "j. ii?, n, *I3 a it., :. :. *j. 4. j,
??4-.4S, ?{ ?.. s. ??, :o P. M.
11:t* P. it . lor ?-ncs:<-r. 13:00 r.ildnlghl tor
Peteriburs.
cats leav.- Petersburg, foot of ()>imo:t
Street, ior Manchester:
(4:U, ?.:.;. 'T.ii. '~.:ib. s?3. r- n?. ?io^s. lt:ti
A. ?.; 11:3$, ??:?, -:3s, 3:31. -CDS. 5:3i. iiJi.
?;:.??. s:34. tjiSi. '10:40, ii-10 P. If.
tUaliy. except Sundays ar.l holidays.
?Carries baRgngi '""i esprets.
??Limited, except Bundaya nml holidays.
All cars Irom 1'elc.-suurg connect wltt
.cars (<vt Richmond.
SKAIIUARIl AI ft LINK.
I Southbound iraini scheduled to leave Rich
i monil dally: >:0j A. M.?Local to Norllna.
\\.':o P, M.- Sleopere and coaches, Atlanta,
! Birmingham Savannah, Jacksonville-. s;?
I p. it ?Sleepers ami coaches, Jacksonville.
I llljj I-. 11. 'Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta.
I Birmingham, Memphis. Northbound trams
I scheduled lo arrlvn In Richmond dally:
1 ;;io a. M . *::g a. M.. i:0i P. it.. 1:40 i: si..
I Local._
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standard Railroad of the South.
EFFECTIVE Jl NE 19th', IMS
TRAINS LEAVE 111 HMOND D \ILY.
Fit Florida and ft.v..thi s.'.S A II. ar.J
?;M P. M? 1:00 A. 11.
For Norfolk: HO a. M., >;Oo a. II. '3.01
P. M.. 4:1? P. M . "7.35 p. M.
For N 4. W. Ry. Weiti 6:14 A. M., D:00
IA IL. ??">:!"> P. lt.. 9:M P. M.
Tor Peon-burg: l:W a. M . *.1S a. M.,
??S:10 A. M. S:13 A. M.. ?.00 A. il., 10:0) a
11 ? ?3.00 I'. M . 4:10 P. II.. 8:05 I". it., s.50
I P. M.. ";:3i P. M.. ?:ft) P. M.. 11:41 P. JI.
For Cul.dsboro and Foyet leviile: M .lOl'.M.
Trains arr.ve RKiunond daily: 5:0i a m.,
8:40 a. M?-3:U A M.. *S:37 A. it. *-IO:4$ A.
I'M., -U li) A. it.; ?U:4J A. 11. P M-.
?1:10 P. M.. 4:hi P. II.. 4:35 P. M.. 8:00 P.
M.. 0:CO P. M? ??l?:? P. iL. II ? P. M.
j 'Except Sunday. "Su.iday only.
Ttnie of arrival and departure and con?
nections not guaranteed.
I C, fi. CAJUPBELL. V. P. 'Am IU Uala SU
Railways
RiCuioni.ff?
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
Leave Richmond
?6.20 A.M. Byrd St.Sta.
*6.U0 A.M. Main St. Sta.
?8.40 A.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?0.10 A.M. !i; rJ Si. Sia.
?Il.es A.M. Main St. Sta.
?12.1)1 noon ii?* a Si. Sta.
12.01) P.M.Ryrd St. Sta.
?T3.SI) P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
it.16 P.M. Elba Station.
?5.1.1P.M. Main St. Stc.
?3.20 P.M. Ilvrd St. Sta.
Arrive Richmond
?7.50 A.M. RrrdSt.Sts,
?I i.l'.-. A.M. Elba Station,
f 11.35 A.M. Bvrd.St..Sta.
?1.12 P.M. MalnSt.Hla
?-'.SO P.M. ItjidSt.Sie.
?<:. . P.M. Main St.Sta,
?C.40 P.M. llvrdSt.Sta.
?0.0!? P.M. Byrd St.Sta.
ttU? P.M.IlyrdSt.Ste.
?11.17 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?ie..Mtn|ght lljrdst.sts.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
Lea*? ttyrd St. Sta. 4.(10 P. M. for Krederickubarir.
I.care illba Sta. 7.13 t. M.,6.3.7 P. M. for Aililand.
ArrlT.? llyrd St.sia.s.-js A.M. from Krfderlekiib'e.
Arrltf Kll.ii Ma.IJ.IW 1.M..A.30 P.M.from Aeblane.
?Dally. tWeeledays. iSur.daya only.
All trnino to or from r y d Street Station
j atop at Elba. Time ol arrivals aud departure!
aot fcuaruntccd. Kccd tbe sij-:j.
RlOllTlONI) and CHESAPEAKE RAX
KAI I.wa V COJI PAN V.
Schedule of Electric Tr.ilua. erfecttva M~y
30. I'd?. Leave Richmond, Laurel and 'Jroad
Utreets: b4?t06 a. M . ?7:? A. M.. bsao x.
M . 9:10 a. M "10 10 a M.. 11:10 a. M? 1:1?
P. M . 1:10 P. M.. 3:10 P. M . b<:? P. XI., 5:J0
P. M., ?:? P. M . 7:10 P. M., bJ:10 P. M .
iO.10 P. SI., K:l? P. M. Leave Ashland. Eng?
land nnd M.iple ?tro?t?: ?i;5i a. M? b *.':00 a.
M , S:GO a. M., bt.:C-l a. M.. 10:00 a. M? "lltOO
A. >!., *13:C0 M . ??l:0>) P. M . 2.00 P. M.. 5.00
P. M.. 1:00 P. M., 01100 P. M.. 6.00 P. M.. 7:iXI
P. If., SlOO P. M . bl-. >-i P. M.. 11:00 P. M.
?Daily except Sunday. "Su-day only.
bCarrlea baggai.v.
j&rcainboatjj
OLD DOMINION UXH,
j I.v. Richmond tool oi Aea St. dally.7:00 V. at.
lUavc Newport .Newa.5. m A.M.
I Arrive ;>ua.:.ii.6:o0 A. M.
' Connect! wlta tauin line itearaer! leaving
I ftortolk tor NuiV \otii dally, except. Sunday,
1 I'. M. Counectlaits u.eo madu by N. ^
W. Ity. ?> P. M. ?r.d c. A u. l?y. at ? P. M.'
.Nigtu line !le?U?Bf? Hep at Car mum to
land or recelvn pasier-gor* on nguai, aag
w.li bu met B> pu.>.:c conveyance.
\LIiUIMA NAVIGATION CO. (Kuecitv*
March U).?Jam*! Illver by daynghc (or
Norfolk Ji"l u;a Point, Ntwpurl News aaj
ell Jamoa River lending;*, steamer loavet
Monda>. Wednt!day and Friday at 6.? A.
it. Freight received (or ail Jau.es Uivel
lauding*. 1'hone Madison 17*.
i Mi.n. riebet oiTUu. a.-: K. Main hireet
I MERCHANTS' AND MINERS' TRANS. CO?
Vacation Trips "By Sea"
NORFOMC TO
BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
Steamer! Norfolk to Uoston dally, except
I Thursday: to Providence, Mond?, Th?r*,
iday anJ Saturday. 7 P. M. Through ticket?
ion ??!? :? principal points.
I Klue eteamcra, excolient aervlce. low (arc*.
I Wireless telegraph. Send for booklet,
j Apply C. & O. Hy? N. & W. Ky . 8. IL
Bowman, No. 70S E. Main Street, and RUtu
' monJ Transfer Company. No. ?0? E. Malu St,
Travel Without Trouble
IN
America and Europe
Includes railroad, steamship, indes
pendent tickets, with hotel acconuno*
uallons. ,
"ASK MR. HOW.?.IAN,"
Tourist A?rent,
103 EU Mala St- HIcbJSOHd,. y?v '

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