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Sst&Sß;l>Gtt>mo'''a' custom ;for.: the. Bhk!-.<
wciaß-Men'ft : Associs t Ion 11 of - Manchester, to
uupplyf a New Tear's review to the;Djs
p&tch;;preKcatine some cf the most prom-,
Inent things relative to the' municipal and
■roaHmcrclal life of v tho city- and such
SSBSrWicrs of public interest as>hould.
r§jpSaSSivsi»: gggiggto sn . 1j I
'.Manchester during the year 3001 has
it'iiarted^but _■. on^? a? renewed- life 'of growth;
ihd'prosperlty. : vVVHh? other ..cities ;of ;;Ujie;
i.'St&tc, except where; the j- have 'been ;bl<*ss^
;^>i with -peculiar," lncentives : of ■■ business?
Jictivity,^ and [ccmmerctalfimpulseft- this]
cl ty necessarily fel f . the; depressing ; effect s j
■»f f£tie^stringency in; the 1 money ? market^
find? tfieTsheiyins.- of ail V dealings in.: real:
:*statd Incident to the: unparalleled; specy
ilations:ia?stocks;of^an Hinds;- -which have
boen s in\ich in vogue.; Being; a; community^
'where stock Jobbing* was; out of ; the- ques
itlori,^the i people^ have riot enjoyed : the im-;
itnenie^profits which ;spYing; from I such=
Itrinsajctions."; : ~- T - We ; had and 'have; thinjes
Jnorcfsuhstantlal ' and f solid J- to goffer 1 the
thinkinc and ■ discerning, andiwhich' are;
.'grounded, upon truth iand >eal tf oumlatlon s
of material, growth and : substance. : -If
««\'cc3n but open the eyes of the investor.
■to their." value and future .possibili-.
UJes;' we can: point- him' to -what; tnust
present a' most desirable C and profitable'
fleldvfor. business aad'investmcnts,; which; i
■"jf* cultivated; will benefit -him,;^ while it
beneflts us. - "Will the man who * has the
monnscto invest?— will;. the, manufacturer
,vho wants a Rood site rand: practically^
•n n exom ptlon from ; ci ty taxes? will the;
vrorkinßjnan who; "wants; a sood home,:
• neccssibJc to street-cars, and thence Ho
his v.-oric; in a respectable "and
and at fair rates, either;
of: rental or purchase, read this: articlb:
and ponder it?— if ;h<J- docs,; then we are!
content; because, if he can, be convinced,:
Aye feelisa'tisfled tb at ;it s will; present: facts;
that -■will'lrad ; him;to Isnvestijratc.-*".1 $nvestijratc.-*".W rc'ask
and urpe- careful: investigation, and then.:
iionviction must follow. -'-■„.-.-.'--'.
IX TH K HI3 ; AIiT OF P.ICHMOXD.
Manchester,; is virt ually ' in ; the ' hear t; of '
Kichraond. The centre of ttie cit>' Is only
/about twenty-three squares :f rom ,thel cor--
Vif-r "of " ■ S«>veiith -"'and ■'" Broad "streets, in
ilichmond. Take a reliable map and in--.
■fp« v c< it ; =- and it- will appear:that-Man
chostcr is", hußKed r in ..by . liichmond, on
tlirpo sicl«rf?. aiid that" Forest Hill Park,;
V'ith:" itS' beauty and sylvan attractions.
: Js: as near the\ central, business- part; of;
Jiichmond as Klchmond College or Libby
Hill Tark. There are fine street-car
lines in .this city, whose service will
«oon be 'quickened -and rendered more
efficient, v.-hen the Passenger and Power.
Company has thoroughly rehabilitated its
. Jiiies. which it is now working: on. These]
considerations. ~<3o potent , in modern life,
V>"t Manchester in the very heart of
; llitairaonri. Therefore, if lUchmond-^suc
ocods, Manchester; is bound to; succeeed.*-
We say; this, because what benefits the
' jipople of Richmond must bon< iil tig, and
.vice- versa: us wo are. practically one
' p.>opl6 : and: one community:, and by thus
S localizing our city -we present most clear-;
ly her 'geographical sites, and impress
•iipon all her environment. v.
/"Moreover: v'-weVisomeUmes:- catch the
spirit of the Dispatch, when it, speak
of' the : Greater Richmond, and to show
"••the creat population in that city and its
• 'environs, embraces' us. and reach out at
rjcayt to show our nearness to and prac
[tical territorial incorporation with our
i neighbor acrossHhe.'river.
■ A short synopsis cf details will show
-what Manchester has <lone in the past,
nnd the inducements she has to -offer at
.lircsent and in the future. .'. -
'■-" The city has a population within her
corporation limits of about 30,000 people,
arid about 5,000 just outside her corpora
tion boundaries. She hiis tlirce street
car lines, which connect with all parts
% of Richmond, on the 'most-- favorable:
■condition" of. transfers. She will be
in a few weeks .connected with Peters
'-. burg by a splendid electric railway, which
; js superbly built and equipped, and which
■/will also connect , her with all of the
' Intervening portion of Chesterfield ccun
'; ty. which means much for her 'future
'-growth arid prosperity in trade arid jn
'fluence.
She has the finest railway, and trans
portation facilities of any city that we
car. recall— being in close and: economical
• contact, as far as her business, inanufac
"'Turjug. arid commercial interests ore ccn
' corned,; with- the. great railway systc-irs
■ of the Atlantic-Coast I-.ine, the Southern,
arid the Seaboard Air- Dine, and tho
•steamboat companies of the James river.
I Bordering the James river for at least
itwo : miles, the; city possesses the most
"magnificent* water-power In , the State,
nnd which will most favorably compare
with, that of any other spot in "this coun
jtry. as \vell as fine harbor facilities in
iUiat "part" of the city opposite the wharfs
>f Richmond. -The water in the river at
• tliat location being deep and free from'
Instructions, as ucmonslratcd by the
, ? rUni ted States engineers in. the numerous
[surveys made; of the river and the ad
;>.lacent lands on the Manchester side of
! the. 'river. .. ._
j '."The city lias a most excellent sewerage
'eystem, which is gradually being put
iinto. full operation, and which is soon
Ito^ become a y "source, of; considerable In
: come to the city, and which ..'.will enable
ithe city, in ■connection with the income
'Troiii the water-worlcs,' owned and' ope
■ratod; by the city, to again lower the
:.,isi. rote. The ' water- works are "in most
. oxccllent condition, and are year by year
;bpcomiiig more useful and . profitable.
;Th»?sc departments are well-managed,
' 'imdwhen a proper system of'clarificatibii
•of the water is installed,; which "will be
urged in the near future. Will become
•"among the most potent. factors in; Man
chester's municipal growth and ' prosper
■ 'oils. life. ■ ;
'AN'-EXCELLKNT FIRE DEPARTMENT
Manchester's Fire Department, while
j'one of the ml«st ecoiiomical, is one of the
• Vjnost/ efficient in! the State. Tho " : men
fomployed and engaged in this work arc
, brave, active, and vigilant, and render
"jthe: most* effective service. . The pressure
?3ri- the plugs throws the water as far
and ; with as much effectiveness jis large
. ';»U-a'm .fire-engines., the . pressure being
;/jrrcat. r : and . the system -. being designed
.for this work. The munagement at. fires
is excellent and successful, as" an illiisr
■tration.of which It, can „be_ stated ,that
The department had thirty' calls to fires
\ lastVycar. . and the total. : losses only
'amounted- to abouti ?l.CoO^.- „ ;- / ' •
.' Indeed,, with a few improvements, which
"would cost' but little/: the slepartrrient
:? "would be most efficient. The city authori
' tlosiiJiaVG - tlicse'lmprovemcnts in/ mind,
: SiSi^is>fi^i^
.'■' This root of many evils— ■' ; ..
; ,- .', Glandular tumors, abscesses, pimples
and other cutaneous eruptions; ;■ sore
v ears, inflamed eyelids, rickets, dyspep
;sia, catarfh, readiness to catch xold
•■ t-and inability to get rid of it'easily, pale-
nervousness arid other.; ailments
; including; the ■ consumptive tendency—
v .Can be completely and permanently
■■■'• r e m oved! ,n6^ matter, how, young or', ol d
'the 1 sufferer. -^ . ■:'-- ■: _ - , .-■;:
■ - Hood's Sarsaparinavrftsjriven the^dauffbter
W~vt' Silas Ternooy, TS r aTrftrsinc. N." Y.i who had
: liroken* out •with \ scrofula sores all over her.
jface' and ■ h c*d: v The 7 first bottle helped' her
{.' r :'i ajjd "when sb» had taken six thosores were all
: - iljeiled'and her face 'was smooth. He .■writer
i^^ihjatKhe'hasVnever: shown say sif n b*;thV
'••■ ecrof ul» retarcinir. --.• . ■■—•■■■;■ . .•■■■.■..■>.;■".-•■
-A Hood's SarsapariSia
tor cure and; keeps the
plprbrr.ise. Ask your druggist for it
: d;;atf^pt'nasubsUtat&^y, : v ::; : ': ■;.:
an<2C they wJil doubtless bo noon made,
Ih»s giyihgtlK- cUy^incrSisedHprotccUdn
and j benefits from ;this? admirable depart
ment.
. The health of 'life.', .city-liasjbccn :jand>i3
most Sencpiirasins^-Jlhifftct^the^raterof
mortality- lias always ibeeh •■* low, 'sand is
stilly i)ein^v^^ u<^^--;--VThex:lleaHh^l)e^
parlmerit; is ■Jallve.jto;;_tKe|' i work; : lri^harid;
and lands energetic.;^ This
d cpa r tin en t i has "'■ \n : '■'con tern plat ion f many
things -:'i to*-- suggest 4: for? the
and active administratioh\'of tli'ejsystern:
The city has ; been: heretofore;:^and ; is
now,' blessed :withva ; ; conservative,; moral,
onlerly^-and; decent -population.^ and;; the
pood order and exemption^ from ? serious
crime among o!!rpe6ple\has become pro
verbial. "The -police force:; is alert . and
capable. It : is true.' we need; a larger
force, and we : hope :to see " this demand
supplied In the near future.
:U: U TAXES HAVE BKE>T REDUCED.
The finances of Uhe city , are in an ex
cellent condition;- : ; They.' are well and
cautiously managed. -The 'has
found the way, clear/ to? reduce ; the rate
of .'city taxes.; Our," tax rate in the future
will be: City taxes, "sl 10^100; school tax,
20 cents; sewer tax;' 20 ; cents; Statevtax;
4D cents, making a .; to tal of -$1 20-100 : on
the hundred dollars. :'/Tliis, compared
with the lax ra te: of Richmond, is slightly
in favor of Manchester, as Richinorid's
tax^rate is SLSO-100 on the- hundred dol
lars;' not including the sewer vtax, •which
more than makes up the difference of
10 cents above appearing. To accentuate
the difference in "Manchester's favor in
the matter of taxation, it -should be're
membered that the assoissnents in-th's
city are lower ;than : V they arc in Rich
mond, which ', fact, makes ; : the taxes less
in ratio to the - same ■ class of property in
Richmond. But this tax rate, it is hoped
and believed, can be again .reduced, as
soon as bur water and' sewerage connec
tions rarer are fully-established: and '.enforced:
Many merchants and " manufacturers
found Manchester's great advantages."
"and have located here. —We instance Ste
phen-Putney & Co~7 W. S/ Donnan & Co..
Johnson Axle-Factory. Richmond Wood-
Working Company, the Electrical Ma
chine Company, and the ./Virginia-Caro
lina Chemical Company. .»
' ■ Many of the streets and sidewalks of
the city, other than those previously in
a good condition, have' been permanently
improved during the year. This has-been
brought about by a- wise policy- and ad
ministration- on- th'e-'part of : the -Street
Comml ttec of '{lie"" Ci tjr, -^Council, v which
seem' resolved to abandon .temporary ex
pedients for solid and permanent improve
ment. . '• ■ : - : - : -.' -; : ': '"-.'■•.•. ■■■''.:.: \ ' .. .
A plan ip. on han'd;to - .raire shade trees
and furnish them to';,th'e owners of prop
erty to plant on "the streets in -front, of
their lots. This will prove a popu'ar move
on" the part of-..ih"e < Councll|;and;Wlll great
■ly"beautify and improve the city. •.
■ CITY SCHOOLS EXCELX.EXT.:.
Tlie' public schools of the city ;ai'e ad-:
mirably conducted, "and are forceful and
efficient. ' The teachers are capable and
progressive, tho course, of instruction ac
cordant with the best methods and sys
tems of modernrpublic schools, the.build
ings and equipments excellent, and the re
sults most satisfactory." Good schools
should and do add much to the advan
tages of a city.. aiid the people feel;as
sured that the excellent system of public
instruction 3vS a most attractive anrl potent
element iii the city's; life .and growth.
Manchester is blessed with, and benefit
ed by, a most prosperous and finely man
aged Lank— the Mechanics and Merchants.
Undnr the conduct of..' its, most capable
and courteous cashier, >Ir. J. H.'Patteson,
and its vigilant directory, this institution
has prospered and grown in influence and
popularity, until- -it is to-day the most
potential factor in our business and com
mercial-life. and. is destined to be of
greater service and influence In the fu
ture.' "We are glad to; congratulate its
managers upon a year of almost-unex
ampled prosperity and usefulness, just
closed with profit and success. ■,
About two years ago the . Manchester
Light and Power Company, obtained a
charter and franchise from the City Coun
cil, its "business being to supply ' gas
to its. customers. This company has pros
pered and is gradually becoming a favor
ite institution in the city. The gas fur
nished is excellent and gives a light, of
brilliance and steadiness which attracts
much attention and appreciative com
ment. - This company is prepared to fur
nish gas to all, "and what is most com
mendable to furnish it at cheap rates, so
that it is within the. reach of all who are
willing to make aji effort to procure it.
: CHURCHES HAVE ADVAXCE.D.
The churches of the city have made de
cided improvements during the past year.
Manchester is notably blessed, considering
its advantages, with excellent church edi
fices. There are sixteen church buildings
in the city— ten white and six colored. No
more beautiful structures', than the new
Central Methodist, the Presbyterian, and
the Catholic church, which was recently
erected, are found in any save the largest
cities.. The 'other church buildings are
creditable, and in most instances very, at
tractive, and commodious. Meade-Memo
rial—the church of the Episcopalians— has
been attractively rearranged and adorned,
and is beautiful in. its simplicity.' The
congregation! .of the Bainbridge-Street
.Baptist church, contemplate at an: early
date, to rehabilitate their present large
and commodious edifice, and make it a
modern. building, of and comfort.
The building at the corner of Eighteenth
and Everett streets, called "Asbury chap- 1
el." where' a congregation of Methodists
worship, is a beautiful and attractive
one, arid an ornament to that part, of the
city. The good "work :of;: of ; teaching- and
preaching the word of God Js sedulously*
carried on in all of these sanctuaries,
and the religious .life of the city is now,
as it has been iri'the'years past; 'active
and influential in its blending- with the
secular existence of this ancient':muni
cipality. , . ' „ . . .. '. . .', ,''.-■;
::V ; :. ACTIVE BUSIXESS-MEN. :
The -Business-Men's- Association is one
of. the most active and potent agencies
'^iri the' city's exlstence.for her upbuilding
and enterprise. This association is com
posed of 173 members, drawn from some
of -the most" thoughtful and influential
business-men of "the city. The present
officers of the association are: H. C.
Beattie. president; David L. , Pulliam,
vice-prosMent; Clarence Vaden, "secretary;
;-.\V; :'•• H. Washington* treasurer; - Claiborne
Redfo'rd, sergeant-at-arms:; ■ -Executive
Committee— H. C. Beattle! X>avid L. Pu!
liam, Div "William" P. Mathews, Augustine
Rbyall, Julian 'C. Snellings, M. ; A. Camp
beli, A. J. Daffrori,- and-E. H. Wells.
■ \: yLXSY PROSPEROUS FIRMS.
Manchester has many prosperous business
and manufacturing. establishments. Among
the most prominent "of "these are: Three
tanneries— A. D. ''. Shotwell &. Co., B. "D;
Chalkley & Coi, and the .Virginia .Leather
Company— the -Richmond "Woodworking
Company; the Johnson Axle Factory, the
Richmond Standard". Steel; -Spike, . and
Iron, Company: Warner" Moore '.'&'>. Co".':
the Liriton Coated-Paper Company ; the
Ice" Factory";* 'Toler ~&. Sons
Furnituro. Manufaclury; ; Donnan Hard
ware Company; the Chester Stove- and
Plow- Works: tho. Manchester. Paner
.Twine 'Company:- -Woodward -& Sons
•Wood-Work Company ; ; ;; The Southern
Rail way : ; shop.".: ; : the . Virginia-Carolina
Chemical 'Company; George; Stacy.
Matress land Sliu^-jc .[factory:! ; •Alleg'hany
: Box : Company ; Electrical ;•'. Machine 'Com
pany;; Stephen Putney »t. Col; -V Eureka
Furniture Company : :7 tlie Manchester? Shirt
Factory;; the Manchester] Trunk">-Fa'ctor>';'
■ the^: Standard v Oil- Company:
ißedford: Brick -Company;*; 'Davis ~ Brick
;C6mpany ; : W. / E. ; Gill & Brother -Brick
Compan.v; Greeni&V Harrison- Brick Corri
pany; Manchester Feed-Mills; R. A. Jus
tls."ipropr!etor, _ , • - - -
'All of ; these ■ establishmen ts . lia ve ; done
a propperpus and enlarged business. during
the^past year, and have increased their
force; and.output. 1 ;- _ * ' : •.
i'yjVlllbf the; people; hare: generally- found
emplojnnent . and.', work. :\But few)-;. yie
'men Tare seen on the streets. Tlie demand
£dr~hahdß; ; ha¥''-be^
t*v\ fcjflfplfe^^
f HlSiited lwiS? S'the conduct ofahelh9urahcßb U stne 898 9 at Richmond^^^
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We long ago experienced
the comfort and good health,
derived from the use of Ei-'
pans Tabules; and they, haye %
become an indispensablehouse
hold necessity, used oii " occa
sion by every member ;of :: the
family.' N r / "" : '-"r-, "'
■ At Druggists. „.. .
The Five-cent packet is'enougli for aii'.'ordi- '
nary occasion.: , The family .bottle, 60 cts.)
containsa supply for a' year." "* : -'r-rr-:; '
and this city. . "A ! great many people have
come to this place to reside. Hundreds
have" been compelled.' to . seek homes in
Richmond and the surrounding ■ country,
becausof.'thc 'houses in Manchester, are all
occupied. It is conservatively estimated
that at least COO new houses could, be
rented here: in the next few months, it'
built ; to meet- the demand, which is for
houses with 'modern conveniences and- im
provements at reasonably profitable
rentals. ' The outlook : for "real estate is
more encouraging, and the fall sales and
Inquiries indiente l'enewed interest in real
estate and' building. ■ /,_ - "
. When these things are contemplated—
theso; signal advantages that'.' we,;, enjoy,"
and the fact that the prospect. is brighter
and . brigh tening— we sliould feel '-■• en
couraged. With this encouragement should
come - renewed ■'. energy . and '. effort. Out
people, should get together— the people^of
tliis entire- community, of Richmond, and
Manchester, of Chesterfield and Henrico—
and; assure, our success; in the future by
determined efforts, ; enterprise, co-opera
tion, and a wise utilization of the means
and agencies presented.- Learn' of the
past and profit- by its lessons. Look; to
the future; with all of its -possibilities
and instrumentalities," and ■ make V: those;
things i - calities by our own actions and
enterprise.. .*.'-< ■ ■■■'■■ ;
The old year is gone, with its victories
and its failures, its errors and • its achieve
ments Wo should turn our. faces ; to tl'.e J
new year, and' so live and .work .-.' as ; to
assure greater triumphs, and fewer, de
feats All of;;our.citizens;should..take. a
deep interest in our municipal affairs and
unite in. an effort toutilize.the resources of.
the city, "and ; secure "and "maintain "the
most- intelligent? and ' coiiserva ti ye .admin
istration of her. municipal concerns."; ;
% Cases ~wi th . tHe '\\; follow ing t ..-; distressing
symptoms cured - by : Dr. Burkhar t's yeg
fetable: * Compound: Vi Pains lint-SideK and
■Back. •? .1 Smothering --; Sensations,^"'; Coated
Tcngu^fßloated .Stomach,-;Want?of?Ap
petite, ? Sleeplessness, :• Headache,-;- --Bad
: Dreams, J fFeeling?ofSFear,§BadsMenioryy
etc.f ; Ten| days', treatment ? f reaTfi All| drug
gists. " -
Ur^W; S^BUUKHART, CinciKxiati^Oi
but a real cure." IROJB^^^^
cure any- stomach,^ bowel, ;or
-.liver trouble." "/-'.*""' " -
: Price sl, or trial size 25c. All
druorgists.- -
Read/what i-.thc'-medical profes
sion say: of this i great remedy . :■;
: ?; iTheila^ : 'OK;^CrVK./:CCJIiIi ; EJf, ; :
Games X Mill, : Va., : said," "l regard'
-IRONALito be ; a:. valuable, remedy,i in
V"; relaxing condition of : .the-, : bo\velsj;-and
: especially.in;delieate-stbmaclis''Avhere
nbthing'else will ; suit:"' ;
■ : -pK^AVM:: ; Ii^::DTJNK; -Glade
Spring,^Va:,: says, ;.' { :In; treatrrieht'.of
CHronic^Grastric rCatarrh, 1 ; regard
great value.*': ; \
-' T>R:E^J>. JOXJES,v ßristol," Tenri,
: /.writes, '* For years I suffered from /Dys-
V'pepsia. and tried: many: remedies. In
:■ my ease IRON AL was ; a specific ."
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S3:OsiiASM;»Daily;«?ArnvesfcPetertsburff ; -
A. ;-!., Wetdon^U.sofAstii->| f
Fayetteville 023 P. : M.', . Charlestoni
10:55 -P. M., Savannah?2:!w A^ M-,;
. . . . Jacksorivllle^B:3o?AisM..-Port^Tam-; ;;
-::-. .pa^7:lo:P^M:s=Connects^^tpVilson> |
: ■'■-'. v;with : Nof47. v arriving,;Goldsboroi3:i>i i
' P:-M.. .'Wilmington^C-'P^M:SPuII-j;
man: Sleeper Neyv York to Jackson- ■
11:55 A. : ji.= ■ Dally, except Sunday. .Ar
rives Petersbur&jl2:33lP:";ll^Sto p? 5
'■-■ <. Manchester, «Drewry.'s^B!uff."aV.^". ;
:•'•:•• ':■;• -■■; traliajv and \ Chester? on iSignaU^-^;.
13:001 3:00 P^iE.>:OCEAN3' SHORE ??IiIMIXBI>, : <
Z -Daily."- Arrives^Petersburs^:^ '{r-\ ■
' ■ , ■" ar.;-«Norfolk 5:20-P. :
-- y ' : -. at -Petersburg, vWaveriy.v and . tout-..
■ folk. - . " - , , _
;;*4:3O^P.;m.^ Daily. ;=I except;- Sunday- ; at;
rives Petersburss:lS,P. M.;>Weldon ;
7:^5 P. M., and RockyiMount^P.
il. Makes : all "intermediate -stops.,
.- G :0G P; il: = Da il y. " : 'Arrives : : rPetersbuj s .
i:---:;-; 7 P.vM. s Makes all^stops: -^i;^.:
- . 7:23; P." M. S FLORIDA AND^ESTffIgiS
•■ v: < DIAN .\vLIMITED.v-vDaily.-;Arme3 :
'
■- with ' Norfolk and Western for; Nor-:
folk and . intermediate * points :^i^ni-
•: : :poria ; 0:03 P. M»; KconnectslwithrAt
•- i .-'laritlc and Danville for. stations^be-,
. tweeni 'v-Emporia
- vine); ; Weldon 9:38 T: M^ -Fayette
!: ville 12:33 A.- M.. : Charleston "6^:l
:. M.", Savannah 9:06 ; A. M:.' . Jackson- ;
r - ville 12:43 , P. :M., Port Tampa U-oJ
~ P NEW LINE TO MIDDLE aEOR
: \ GlA ■■■■■■■-■ POINTS.— Arriving Au g . ? V".
7:55 A. M.. Macon"ll:15 A; M.,' At
, lanta 12:33 P. ; M.- Thomasville--^;
. P. M. Pullman Sleeper N ew YurK.
■ :. : ". ■'-" to Wilmington. Charleston.^ .Fort,
:. : vampa, ■; Jacksonville, Augusta, and
9:1O P. a M On 'Daily. .Arriving Petersburg
9:35 .P...M. Connects; at Petersburg;
with' Norfolk ■ and Western^rail
- ~ wav, ; arriving Lynchburg.^rjJy^A..
M.," Roanoke.s A. M.. Bristol 10 ; W
A. M. t Pullman Sleeper .Richmor.u
v ;: •'■ to Lynchburg. ,'■-'■':■ '.;■ '■ : * '■■ ■_ ■ w
11:30 P. M. ..Daily- ..Arrives ■Petersburg
TRAIXS JARRIVK .RICHMOXD. ..
* 3157 A. M. :Daily.:-!: Daily.:-! From , Jacksonvme,;
Savannah. .;, ; Charleston. . Atlanta..
- Macon. Augusta, and. all points
7:35 A?^f. ' Daily. From Petersburg,
; , " ■- • Lynchburg, and .the West. _ ■ „_. ,_ . ,
:.S:4S A; M.- Daily, except . .Sunday..
:' ; Petersburg local. ;;•.-. --v;' -,-.„„_,
! 11:10 A. M: Daily, except Sunday. : From
i - - Goldsboro': and : Intermediate ..sta . .
' . tions. Norfolk, and Suffolk- , ,
I 11:43 AM. Daily. From v Norfolk, -sur
j>? I " folk, and Petersburg. - V : -r«ik : 'i
11:1O A. M. Sunday, only. From Norfoi^
I •-..■-- ':. Suffolk, : and -Petersburg. . -
-2:15 P.M. ; Daily, except" Sunday. Frcm;
Petersburg.. ~ ■'. -,r -„ , T»«r.f
7:45 P.- M. Daily. From Miami. Port
■~- ■.■-.•■ Tampa. Jacksonville, v. Savannah,
Charleston. Wilmington. Golds
boro',.and all. points- South _
.6:50 P. M. Daily. From ..Norfolk, sut
" folk, and Petersburg. ' - .
■ 5:56 P.M. Daily. ; From Petersburg,
. ;.v Lynchburg,
J. R. KENLY, :. . Traffic Manager.
General Manager. • . .-
H. : M. EMERSON.
. General Passenger Agent^ .v^;. ; , ;
■. -■ ' Division Passengers-Agent, „
no 24 '■■■.■- '^:- 838 east" Main s treet. -_
BAY LINE
: TO BALTIMORE
Vik G. & 6, Railway and
Old Poiint.
. XJ. S. MAII. ROUTE. ;
Leave '• Richmond via Chesapeake^ . and^
Ohio railway dally, except Sunday, at Ago
P h M! a c^ectog7at; Old to
iiispsfefnp|2
"SI ort^rall ride and : aU> night "on one^of
the r finest steamers jin
For tickets and generaLinf ormatlon ap
ply^ at general offices Chesapeake -and
Ohio railway, Richmond Transfer Com
pany, a-nd 536 east "Main street. r >
"departure-, of: steamers.
)^^v StEA MSH ! P COM? iKI,
•For Xevr Ynik, tlie Xortli. jiikl Kiist.
"PASSENGERS , can leave daily, except
Suiidav,;by Chesapeake. and. Ohio railway
at: t>: A.- M. via Norfolk, or 1> A. M. and
■;> p M. by Norfolk and Western rail- :
waj, (via Norfolk," both lines connecting
with direct steamers^sailing same day. .
Steerage passengers can leave by. aux
iliary steamers Monday," Wedne-iday, anrt
Friday, saiHng from' Rocketts "at •"> P.'M,.
and changing to; main-line ships, at. Nor-.
FREIGH r i : for : all northern;.; eastern,.
and -foreign ports received at company's
wharf," .'" Rocketts, and/forwarded 'daily,
except Sunday.- :■ '■'■•' -f. ■-.- -.:. ; - .... ;
' FROM NEW YORK,;
PASSENGERS -can leave "daily, except
Sunday, ' from-: company's " pier. No. 26!
North river, at :t P. M., for Old Point
Comfort and' 1 Norfolk,- connecting with
Chesapeake .and: Ohio .and Norfolk and
Western- trains." for Richmond. ' '_ .
" FREIGHT' received and forwarded, daily.
except: Sunday;."" ; : .:: ./; .. : ..^:
-Tickets on saleat company s. office, 1212
"east- Main' street; Richmond „ Transfer
Company's. 90;? : east' Main- street; Mur
phy's Hotel. Chesapeake and Ohio,'-. and
Richmond and^ Petersburg .depots, Rich-.
moiuT;" Baggage ; checked through; to all
points. -"■ -
■ For further information apply : to
;. r . . , 'JOHN F. MAYER; .Agent,,
.-1212. east Main street. -Richmond,- -Va.'
.GeneraT offices: SI" Beach street, corner
West street.. New York. N. Y. / .
H B. WALKER. J. J. B RO WN.
• TrafTic Manager. Gen'l Pass." Agent.
"licps'loliEi
TRANSPORTATIONGOMPANY'S
; sleamship Lines.
■..'•.-■ •'■•jjjruotilioute :to .;.•.:.-• ' .■.■.■■■■:
BOSTOX MASS., A.% U PR O V I UEXCE,
' : " It: I. ■ "■ v - '
qWnnier« leaA'e " Norfolk for Boston
■\IOND\Y" WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY,: and
SATURDAY; for Providence. TUESDAY,
FRIDA.Y,"and SUNDAY.at GP. M. .
• -Accommodations and; cuisine unsurpass
e passengers- aiid. freight -taken .for,- all
New 'England. ■■■points. .-;".;- ■ :-.:•.'- -'
"Tickets on ; sale at Chesapeake and Ohio
and ■ N orf oik (and -Western railway -: oflttce3
andvSOS: east -Main street. ;t -■.;;: . ",
T t .;,. v R. H..-WRIGHT. Agent. .
;;de IS-ts ■ V ': -":. '." ,;-■ -.■'.-.•"■• Norfolk.Wa;';:
\J : - COMPAS i" , . „ : .^i^^^,
pHIIiADELPHIA. ' XUCH3IOND.
>»NORFOL.K::STKAJViSHIP;LINE. .:
vAppbintedUsaiUnfff days 2-i2rary TCJEB
DA.V ;-;.; FRIDAY. ; * Bnd ;'. SUNI) AT at i day -
l'sht-Vl 5 -::.- -•-.';;■ ; '^ •■^"°>-"-' '." •::' ' •/-■■"" ■'.-: -:. i
1 ""Frebjtit- received I daily until 5 -P. IL
• ¥*nr;furthcr."informatl^n:aoply::to" :_
Gr-noral Southern AgenK; Ofllc>. r ;l?»jeketta
' ; W^ P;CL,YD^'& CO.V
'■'")ta--t '.'■": i .-'General Aeenttjj Ph»larlf»ipnia.},:
f IRGUUA. HJLYI6ATION CO.
JAMBS RIVER
?§||& DAY LINE.
D^^l^l^^! ca -d fcve F^S
it?r; 'ApiM-'-sf or | Norf ollCl Portambutto^; Old^
Pcint^ Newport "?>J cws,'-> Clai-emont,i-s and
; - James-river anas connecting ? at j
OldffPolnttf andt'Nortoik iifor:; Washington, :
;=Baltimore,Kand^thelNortb;.> i^^tf
S^ State-rooms v'r eserved ,-f or the ;nlghtH at=
p^Blectxlc-fars | dir ecti xo | th e ,w narf . aFar^
JLJ L S mr n i y; >n.sosahd?sll,xo?Norfolli iiusloibyi
?Grandi Orchestrion.
fe-prelghi'receivea^.Jor^aboveinaineasplaceal
rand^all* points'?. In :=>"Eastern?»Virglniai:* and ! I
iNorth Carolinrt . IRVIN :iWEISiaER;*^^j
Mmggp-f' ." [[ « Q«neralAManagrerJ^j
. . _ . - — — - . rz
I^^^Air lime Railway. §7.; :
w^wi'im city ol ; ti: ' >
SnORT LINE TO PRINCIPAL tfep 3
OF ■ TI:J B " SOUTH: AND vSOiir^- :s: s
WEST. -FLORID-^ 1 CUBA; TEXp. : .
" CALIFORNIA; < AND -MEXICO-;
TA LS OF SIX-: STATES. _ v;
9cl'.e«l«if J«« Eltect-Drr. 1. W&l-
TRAINS' LEAVE D.Uf^
* ; j S^£;
. * Limited," "for^Petersburg, :H: H J^^'l
; son, .Raleigh, .- Southern^Pin^^o":
; : vTampa. ' Jliami.vall 5? 1 *" 1 :
-, ' ; f« west,^€uba. and itheWVc?t • Iriii^ ;,
lO:;j7- ; P.KNt. "Atlanta :-;, Special;" f(«r •. ir^"
ISl^tersburg;?r^ Henderson,': " Rile o iv
'" ; Camden. :;: ;^ Sou tliern s Pines, j i jn«
• • hwrst: . Athens, Montsom-
S^ery/; Chattanooga; -Nashville, Mem
phis, - andiall ■.•-•points SoutlJ: and^
-■?:.; Southwe3t;;; :/ - ' V - , r „!, fn _
:IS P if "Seaboard Fast Mail, ;lor; lor
Petersburg. r ; Henderson, R; l«Si».
; Southern ;;>:-Plnes;v;-;-;PinehursU^»,
"points : in? Florida. Athens, Atianta.
Nashville^- Memphis."; and all points
-South and Southwest. : . ;^"
O-lO A.M.; -'Seaboard Express." raio.
for Norlina. . X. v-..
and all intermediate stations.) Con
nection : at: Norlina; with :traiji'ar
riving a.t -Henderson .2rf3O -Pl?)M.; ;i
N.:C^.:3:50 P. M-J and i
Durham. N.: C, 3:33 P. M. pl'.v, <
• ■.-. : except : Sunday. ..:•"-.-' |-■
!/ 5:OOP3I.; "Richmond . and PeterpWrs
■-. •':■.■-. Local.'.'. Daily.^Petersburg and all
• : intermediate -points; : -.'.■
11:45 -P M. "Richmond and -Petersburg
' .-local." -'■ Daily.": except Sundaj, Pc
- ' tersbur3c"i and . all •; interim .diate
- : •'_".■ ;point»,'"s;-'-,;;'^--..v ■ ;. : ... .v;
Trains * leaVcniclinionil ]fov \\ n«l»7
iiuKtou) V ■ A'eVr York.- nntlltlie" flout
aaily. So. Hi nt Gtir, A. 31. and ?io. ««
at 3:12 P. >X ."- v. : .- ./ - ,:, : ' : ' .:-
Connections at Jacksonville. and Tampa
■for;'- all ■■ Florida' -Eastv. Coast -;':points,J- and.
Cuba and Porto: Rico. At New Oriear.s
for all points in Texas, Mexico; and f3f 3 - 11 '
.fornia. ■;. .:.::.:■' l'.V.:. ■:.-." ./.■■.. ..'■.' - I
V ■ TRAINS 'ARRIVE AT RICHMOND
. . -DAILY. i
0::i5 A. M. I From all points Southj and
:t-05 P. M. l- Southwest. I
al-lZ P. : M., -..from Norlina. N. C. Patera
burg, and local points. }
' 0:40 A. M. Daily. I {
. S :0O P. M. Dally, except Sunday, , from
, Petersburg. (I^cal.) t
CAFE-CAR SERVICE. . }
Cafe Dining-Cars will . be operates In
Trains. Nos. 31, and 34. "Florida and {Me
tropolitan Limited," between Hamle^ N.
C . Savarinah,Ga... and in Trains Ncp. 32
and-33, "Atlanta; Special," between Mam
let. N. C. and Atlanta. Ga. -; Service h la
Carte. Prices moderate:' no canned goods
handled,: but' ; the freshest and , finest
meats, "vegetables, : : ; i and staples seryed.
This Is ; an innovation, and will be found
a great convenience "to -travellers,!, as
against, meal -stations or .table d'hote
dining-cars. - ' ' . f
SLEEPING-CAR ""SERVICE. | [■
Nos. 31 and 34— Florida and '" : Metr6pbljtiri
Limited.^ Dra wing-Room. Sleeping Cars,
and Through Day Coaches, between New
York and Tampa. "Also, ; Tlu-ough Draw
ing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between
New Ycrk and Atlanta. \
.'■ Nos. 27 and 66— "Seaboard Fast- Mail."
Through. Drawing-Room : and Buffet
Sleeping-Cara .between New York .and
Tampa, connecting ;; at Hamlet v;tth
Sleepinjj-Oar to 'and .from Atlanta,! in
connection with, which Through Pullman
Tickets are ; sold. U Finest;- Day Coaches. <
Z. P. SMITH. District Passenger Agtlnt,
■ 836 : east Main street. 'Phone 405.
J. M. BARR. Ist V.-P. and G. M. :)
; R. E. L; : BUNCH, G. P. A:,
del -, Portsmouth. Val ;. {
' jXOVEMBEK 27, 1001. j
LEAVE W ARRIVE
KEWJAIK-STREETSTATSOH.J
LHAVE lUCHMOxb.
' ■': : ...-. ' .-. " .". ■'.'.;' ". .- '- • - - :
5>:OO A.M. Daily. Local to Old Point,
Norfolk, and Portsmouth. -
1O:1OA. M. Except Sunday., -Local it?
• ■■■- Clifton Forge.; Connects ior
■Orange, Culpeper. Calverton, ana
Manassas. : : T . •
10-2O A. M.- Daily for Lynchburg, • ex
' ington, and Clifton Forge^- Con
nects, except. Sunday, for KosneiVj
Alberene, and New Castle. -Parlor;
. Car to Clifton Forge. :. . .':_,. .'»
2:-U> P. il. Daily. St; .Louis and Chica
go-Limited. Dining Car train Pull
' foUows St. Louis: Limited: from
, ■: GordonsvlUe to Staunton, .except
; : t; Washington,; ? and" Cape Charles
'f\.-i- t p AI Kxcepi". Sunday to;Bremo.
n'-«> p' V Except Sunday to' DoswelL .
l o -JO P AI Daibv F. ■ F. V. Dining Car
Connects for; Virginia Hoc
-Sonngs Pullman to Hinton; con
necting with Parlor Car.to^incin-
I -nltl and Pullman to Cmcmnati,
. ,:. Louisville, and West.
VURIVE NEW MAIX-STHEET STA
* • ,: .. - 'tiov. ... .:,' . ■,■
S:OO A. M. Except- Sunday, from"DO3
s- JO \ 6 M Daily from Cincinnati. -
S-4O V V Except Sunday, from Bremo.
1O:OJ> a. All Daily from- Norfolk and
'Portsmouth; , ,
i«» : 40 P M Except; Sunday, from- Nor
■"" folk and Portsmouth. \
"■•'JO P M Daily" from: Cincinnati. , :
i* "••{"* P "SI Daily from- Cliftoxl Forge
and Lynchburg. and T except Sunday
from New Castle, Lexington, ana
Buckingham Branch. ;.-•„., ' -
7-2O P M: •■' Daily from Norfolk and
c.V-: x> 0I M S/ Except Sunday, from Clif
'- ton Forge and^ CharlottesviUe.
ipply at 809 east Main street, .90^ east
v^, street Murphy's Hotel, or; New
■ Main-Street 'station ticket for fur
ther .-information. „ „ "■/*'■
H. A, .FULLER, JOHN^jPOT^'S,^.
/G:R A - (no?D V •'; ■.:"■-■:
H S^JM 'ofprn'
.Vove.ui.er 21/l»0l."
LEAVE RICHMOND (DAILY), BYIID
■ ■"..". STREET 'iTATIOJt. .
9:O(> A: M;,NORF6LiK/I>IiIITED. Ar
rives No«olk 11:20 A. \M. Stops only
at. Petersburg, "\Vaverly, and SuJ
■■"-'■ '■ -folk. ■ . : " , :• •:■' --' -
0:05 A. M.,, THE CHICAGO EXPRESS,
1 - for : Lynchburg, "Roanoke.-: Colum
; . bus, : and:{ Chicago. .; Buffet : Parlor
. Car Petersburg.;. to jßoanoke.'. Pull-.
■- -;. •■; "':"■■. ijiuiiV 'Sleeper,, Roanoke: to .Coluna-
■■■'■'■ bus; -also, 'for Bristol, : Krioxville;
: . and Chattanooga: Puliman Sleeper
■'. VRoanoke ; to Knoxville. .. . .C
. 3;0O P. :il., Ocean Shore\L»imited. Ar
■ rives'. -Norfolk s^o P.M., Stops "only
■': .it Petersburg, NVaverly,- and -Suf-;
.folk; .;-Connects ;at ; : Norf6lk ; with
■ ' ; steamers ; to. - Boston, -""Providence, 1
•■--. !Ne\v York,"~Baltirnore, and ,\Va>h-,|
- - ' Ingion. '„ " : .-..,' '
:.7:U:;~.p.M.V for Suffolk. -Norfolk, 1 and in
;■: : "termediuteV 'stations.-" Arrives-at
■■■ --. ; ;■.'- ■Xorfoikifat. io:io ;p;ji[. : ?;-; : v;, |.?
v : S>:io P.i'.NL.i'ior >L.ynchburg • and i-Roa-.
. :- r. :; iioke. "iConneets at L.ynchbi;rg:>",-w-ith
- - r Washington; and Chattanooga "^Urn-;
".-.-. '.K'i ttd:~ Pullman:] Sleepers j liynchburg'
- T ;Nevr : " Orleans,
::^"^Cafe^ Parlor; jand? Observation SCars!
;;: ■-:-,-,' ,' RadrordV;to;Attala: Ala. y Pullman
:' ; 0 Sleeper :?-rbetween!;gß!chrnc>ndS;rj-rlilr
•• ■'■ I^ynchburg.v Berths ;ready f orJiac-i
cuiiahcy/atjS^: P.rii:#Also; Pul!-:
i . nranvSlecpei' •"Petersburg and Roa
nokc.
I iTrai ris isi arrive -ißichmond \ • f rom :%. •■ Ijynch
burg.".and - the West "daily?at: yT;3S
: 3and*S:r.«3P.-.vM;;J:from* iN6r-1i N6r
1 ■ / : ..folk«andSthc!Eastiatgll-loVA^M.^
■ " 11:43 A. 31.'; and 0:50 P. ilMfigl
>Office:^B3S Main stnvt. ' ■
'wkgzp<j.' john \>:. wagxbrm&
f|ii§fCity' i- Passenger mnd liTicket^Agent^S
g?^S-r- ' 01 -H.\i-BOSLBYi^igig
■ -i^ . l- :: :? :' ; "/ District •: Passenger. 'Agent:- ;.
B. BEVIIJ,,
• General- Passenger^Asrentsk
;vc«er*l^Omce^RoanoJiC.!rya;?&ri rift U.^
SlilHßißllßMDi
SCI*JSOLXK IS EFFECTSOV. c Si; - 1001,
WARD. "
4:07 A: .Dallj^f rota iBYRD-STREE'i 1
' STATION. -s for I Washington - andt
• .^beyond. iStdps Vat ?SMll3fbrd» r rfF?ea-r •
Vericksbursr. jand Alexandria. = Blee- :
v in?4Care"to\Washftigton and'NftW;
]'"- Yorfcifl lining < Car. ' -'■■'■:- ":^>^C>. >..
' o'4s"Ay.-M.t' : .-I>a!'.y. from SEABOARD
: AIR-LINE -STATION.- .for-Wash?
ington and beyond..- Stops' at sirred-*
ericksburg eand Alexandria.Sleep
- -ing;Cars;t6?Nev(r,York. "■ '-^.';'-'- ; - „
i7UO>A.' Mr. I ; Except, Sunday.; from BltßAl ' •■:'
STATION,^.V- accommodation'. "■'.-; foe.
, Ashlandiandiintermedlate
: BH)O ? A: ■fjr.'.'v Sunday < ; only, " from :BYRD»
STKEET STATION, for Washlnsr
ton and beyond.- . S£op3 : at Elba, -
Glen Allen, and: local stations, Ash
land to Quantfco inclusive,' Wood :
bridge, "and Alexandria.: IBufleS
• Parlor "Car. " - ' .
8:50 A; 3r... "Except Sunday. ' fron<-
BYKD-STREKT. STATION, . foe
■ .>" Washington" and beyond.:. Stops aft . .
Elba, : Glen. Allen, and local • sta- ■
tions, Ashland to : Quantlco Inclu
sive, Woodbridgre. and Alexandria,
.Buffet Parlor "Car. -
12:15 P. M.:: Except ' Sunday, from
BYRD-STREET STxVTION, -f »S
.. .'Washington: and Stops a»
Eiba,-^ Ashland; 'Doswell. Mitford,
Frediricksburg. and .Alexandria.
BufEet Parlor Car. Connects wt Us
Congressional Limited. „
3:12 P M. Dally, from. SEABOARK
.AIK-MNB'-- STATION, for, Wash
ington and vbeyond. Stops at Dos
weH^Frederfcksburs. and Alexan
dria. Sleeping Car to New York. :
f" OO P it.; i Except .Sunday. from
: : BYRD-STREET STATION, accom
modation "for Fredesicksburg an«s
k intermediate points.;..^ _• - c _. 4>
6:12 P. M.." Daily, from EXJSA STA<
TION. for Washington* and beyond-
Steps at Fredericksburg and Alex-« .
andria. Sleeping Car to New York.
'S-aOFM.r Except Sunday, from ELBA
STATION, accommodation for
Ashland and intermediate J*?'?'^.
S-O5 P. M.. Daily, from BYRD-STREET
STATION, for Washington and bo<
Stops at Elba, Ashland^
.boswell. Milford. Frederlcksburf
- Brooke. Widewater. Quantico, ami
Alexandria.: . Stops at other sta<
tions -Sunday. Sleeping Cari
■ Richmond to Neyr Yorlr. and Wash--,
ington to, Philadelphia.
TRAINS ■AltniTE KICHDIOrn>^OpTH*
AVAHD.
6:40 A. M., Except Sunday, at ELBJIJ
STATION, accommodation from
Ashland and intermediate points. .:..,■'
8:25 A. M., Except Sunday, at BYRD
STREET STATION, accommoda
tion from : Fredericksburg and In-
S-40 r^Sally^ l T BYRD-STREE-I?
STATION. Stops at Alexandria.
Widewater, Brooke. Fredericks
burg. Milford, 7-Doswell. Ashland,
and Elba. Stops at other stations \
Sunday. Sleeping Car New York;
to Richmond.
12-48 P M .Except Sunday, at BYRD
f ' STREET STATION. Stops at local,
stations, Washington to Ashland
inclusive. Glen Allen, and Elba. ■
207 P. U rn!? Dallys a^ELBA STATION.
Stops at Alexandria and rFreder-«r Freder-«
icksburg. Sleeping Car from Ne^
York. Dining Car. ,
2:30 P. M., Daily, at SEABOARD AIR- %
LINE STATION. Stops at Alex-..
- andria, Fredericksburg, Doswell,
and Ashland. ; Sleeping. ,Car from
2-4O P^r.^Daily. at 'bYSD-STREET
STATION. Stops at Alexandria,
Fredericksburg, Doswell. Ashland,
and Elba. (Change at Acca.) _
5:52 P. M.. Except; Sunday, at ELBA
STATION,? accommodation
Ashland and intermediate points. ■:•';
7-13 <P M:. Dally, at BYRD-STREETi
STATION. Stops at Alexandria,
HjTedericksburgr; "Doswell, Ashland,'
■ and Hiba. Sleeping Cars from' New
York and Washington. Dimna
C*a.r : - ■ - - ' ■ ' ■-■-■-"'■"
S4O P JL, Daily, at -BYRD-STREE'C
" STA.TION. Stops at local station.^
Washington to -Ashland inclusivev
Glen Allen, and Elba, Buffet Par*
1 0 "9 p r M Ca Dally: at '■ SE ABOAP.D AIR*
LINE STATION. - Stops at Alexans
dria" Fredericksburg.
"" \shland. Sleeping Cars from New
York- W.-.P. TAYLOR.
-C ' Traffic Manager.
W D DUKE. 31. a-.D.- MYERS.. '
General Manager. ., . President.
tm .SOUTHERN
RAILWAY,
Schedule in Effect Xov.'lM, l!)Ot.
TRAINS MJA V X KIC I DION D, V 4.
O-.20 A. M., No. 7, daily for Durham. NY
C, Danville, and all locaT stations
south, connecting at Burkaviltq
for Paimville aiad Lyrichburs; a|
Jeffreye for local stations on Nor-«
folk Division to Danville; at Ox-«
ford for Henderson; at Durham*,
for Kaleigh, / Goldaboro', and all r
North Carolina points.
2:30 P. if.. No. 29, limited train daily,,
for Jacksonville and all Florida"
points; Havana, -Nassau, etc. Con-«
: nects at aioseley, with FarmvllK
and Powhatan. railroad; . al
Greensboro' for Durham, Raleigh,
■ ; and %Vinston-Salem; at Charlotte ;
with No.; 35. United: States fast
mail, solid train, /{daily, r £or New
Orleans and points South;" whicH
carries Sleepers to. New Orleans.
Drawing-Room Sleeper: -Richmond >
to ; Atlanta and Birmingham.
'■'• Through train, with Sleeper, tialta
bury; to Memphis. Dining-Car ser-.
i- ■■--■••.": ; vice.^ '■,'-:■ >•"' ■ : - . - - - - ■. —
ll:3O P. jr.. No. 11, Southern Express,
dally for Atlanta. Augusta, Jacß
sonville. and South. '■-■■ Sleeper
for Danville, /Greensboro', Salis
bury, and Charlotte,, open ;at Rich'
mond 9^o ;P/ M: Connection :with
New York and Florida Express and
5<JUt-"^e2t,^rn' "Limited; which car
ries through. Sleepers to Augusta,
Savannah, 1 •Jacksonville, ;; Tampa,
Nashville,' Memphis. Atlanta, Ne.w
Orleans,. etc. Complete Dlnlng-Cau
service. Also, Pullman": Tourist
Sleeper, Mondays, Wednesdays, ahd
Fridays Washington to San ; Fran
cisco, without change, with connec-t
tions for all points in Texas, Mexi
co, and California.
G:0O P. M.. No. 17r- local daily, except
Sundaj-, for .Keysvllla and inter
mediate points. ■:
TR A INS ARRI VE IN RICIIMOND.
«:OO A. M.) - :
5:4.1 P. M.) From -Atlanta, Augusta-
Jacksonville, "Aahevllle, and all
'points South:. '"■■;■;.-■ ■■■ :'- - : -:~-y '-...: ..;>■
S:4O A.: M... from Keysvillo. and local
stations. '„ -' •
3:25 P.M.. from Durham, ;Cnarlottß,
Danville and; intermediate stations.
: x ■-.-■:; v-.-. local FREuarr. r
>To 3. 61 and 62/ between Manchester an'l
Neapoli?. ■
OBpip USE, Vl *S •
TIIK PAVOniTE ■ IIOLTE NORTH.
: LEAVK lUCHMOX». : *
4:30 P. il , No; 15, -Baltimore -Limited, 1
i' dail>% except v Sundays, "for. : -WesJ
S ■ Point; '"• : connecting 'at X. West -Poinc.
1 with steamers for> Baltimore antl
%: York-river landings, except .York'-.
town,": -Mondays,- ..Wednesdays; ;and
' ■■"" Fridays- C .'•" ; .. : :. . :" ; i'..-. ■ ' ■ ■■ :^-..'.
2-15 ■ p. M., No.: 10, Mondays, "Wedne3- •
day Fridays. -: local ;> express ,;
for;- West -Point and- intermediatai ■«
: '-Connects: with : stage jaki;
: r liester "; Manor- for •'•:•• Walkerton .and:
. Tappahannock. v - : - "'. ;:;
5-0O \ - il%,- Xo. 74"10cal • mixed.- ;Leave^f
: dally, except ;;? Sunday. ;i for West ■
Ii " Point and "intermediate
I : : connecting - with stage: at; Easter :
I'- "Manor "for ; Walkerton andj Tappa-r
I iciuixsr-iuiavK a!(iif»t(wo.
%-iIS ? A; M- "daily, from West Point, wittr
| : - ■ connection from^Baltlmore."., Wed-;
I U" nesduys. 'Fridays.- and ' Sundays .:
&45' A". l M:;'No; : "9, Vj>V ednt-sdays j :■ ana
'-■ t^s I'^M^daily ■: except? Sundays. ; frorn
"^ i ".: -AVest •? Point 'and ilntermediato : 3ta- ;
"" ''■ tions
% Steamers ileavei West^Point^nday^
1 i :^ : Wednesdays. -^ and.^Fr days^»:»»
l|Al^arrivlnsißaltimorei»Ni«>.A. M.^ f v;
Iteamers icaJl at _ Almonds, Clay K:ink,
f GlO " C^ ter c!'^V E STBtIRV '
S pf. • " . RichmoncmVa^
■ 1 S. H. HARD WICK: %.
I IV General Passenger fAs^nt^
:.--.-' -F 'S.'- GANNON •'■'■*;>■>

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