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HIE HOT SPRINGS, j
THE XBW HOTEL HAS BEEN COM-, 1
rLETKD AXD IS NOW ItEADY.' j
PLENTY, OF BEApTIFQL ROOMS,
Win. Bnrncd.Downoß July 3d ot
I.«M Vcar, an«j Wondertul Energy
""' "con Shown »R Ilebnlldlnff Xt~
Some »c«rrlptlon of the Xcw llou.*.
Ttaia Scrvlco t«> W Inau-
K«rntc«l To-Morrow,
HOT SPRINGS, ya., March 6.-(Spccial.)
The new Homestead Hotel is now com
j>;cr«d and roady for sucsi& To-morrow
U will open. When St is renvembered that j
"S? <>f-.-Juiy 3. 'v'iMi. looked
down upon the smoking ruin* or the old
Jloaestcad on tie pr^ent site, it rcQ U i?S 1
tome explanation t 0 understand how in!
po short a tune this solid brick structure f
< rcctcd around a hollow square, with its i
brand sweep of porches, nnd Its solid, firm 1
loundaUons, oouia have reared •' itself "in
co a time. !
QUICK WORK. \.
The pla.ns, adopted before tlic ruins had
cooled, have been pushed through with
vigor. Bat for the excellent iveathvr
Mhich provftiled during the fall and early
winter this would have becxi impossible.
Only two days of all that time was the
•weather such that "work could not be '
can-red or. with comfort on tho outside, j
an.il before the- cold weather began the f
building' was roofed In. ■ . j
Wlicn the extension along, the crest ot
the hill is conipletecL this hotel will have
«» its main building "400 hundred rooms'
with 200 private bath-rooms.
THE L.OBBY. i
The lobby is one of the jnost attrac
livn in the South, with its high ceiling.
-.- supported' by."",. largo white columns, and
.stretches alonp tl^v v.hole front, with its
■windows opening on the one siae to thy-
Rrronnds on Uivj east, cr.d on tlie opposite
»iide on the square. .^grassy court, across
>v]iich is 'lie dining-room.
This is on xhc ground floor. Ou the
. rjght, it l^afls off into: the place where
jihe circular shaped ball-room is building',
!C.nd to the ladies" vnriting-rooin, tlie roonis
; iracra will bo kept the jewelry store, and
the otber rooms, to be- used. by thote who
from tlrrso to time br'nj here thoe att'c es
•of personal Rdornmcnt which so deliyht
c, woman's heart.
OFFICES. I
On tha Itft are the hotel offices, and
st the extreme southern end of the lobby
are the openings Into the gentlemen's
s>iol- find billiard-rooms, tlie ladies* pool
bt!(3 biniarii-rooms. and the ladies' cafe.
Passing at the right anple one reaches
thn corridor leading Io the
cafe, the European dining-room, and the
main dining-room, while in the comvr
made by this angle are the telegraph -'and
t^lophone offices. The Southern Bell
Telephone Company have thvir. wires in |
Srire, conuectiug wiili every bed-room in ;
the house, and offering the occupants the
I'rivilege of sitting in ' their own rooms
and talking to any point in the countrj*.-
DINING-ROOM.
Tira dinicg-room occupies the western
md of the square, find it presents a most
j>l« i aslng appearance, wiili its columns an"! ,
crches supporting a high window roof, |
vrliich rises in its centre. ' # -
To the south of this, and separated from :
the main building by fire-pro^f walls and j
passages, are" 1 ; tire kitchen departments,; |
iho ice-plant, cold storage departments,
otc. All of these are on the level of the !
Jobbr, Three bed-room iloors rise ;
iibove two; sides of ibe rectangle.
Only two bed-room floors are above j
Uhc" lobby. which is itself two !
frtories in height. The balls leading on
facli side of the grass court to tie dining
s'ooin have large windows opening, to it.
Everything that electrical .fixtures can
fio to beautify these rooms lias been
tlone.' From each end "of. the lobby, a
fialnonv looks Sown into it.
TRAIN SER^^CE.
Beginning with the 10th of March, a
{Pullman parlor-car will be carried daily.
■pxeept Sunday, from New l'ork to Hot :
BpiinpF, reaching here at 11:20 P. M., an.l
a "Pullman compartment-car will rc-aoh :
here daily except Monday. Crom'the same
3)lace, arriving tore in time for break
fast.
AN OT..D RESORT.
That this r,lace is one of the oldest
resorts in this country seems to strike
ihe "minds of some people with surprise,
mmi ensaßH sores.
The Reason Wiy Inhalers and Local
Applications are Useless.
For many y^ars catarrh was considered
io be a local disease and was treated
2ntirely by local remedies, salve?, oint
tnents, powders, sprays and inhalers, and
yearly all of ihc-se gave a r^mporary
relief, but a genuine permanent cure was
sr^n* rare. :
It is true the most annoy inff symptoms,
like stoppage of the noso and throat trou
ble,? are purely loc.il, but they are sim
ply symptoms, and the real scat of the
disease is far removed. . -
Catarrh is a constitutional disease, a
blood disorcT, complicated usually with
disease of the liver, and to suppose that
local applications of sprays, powders, in
halers could wen reach tho real cause or
•Lh(< Irouble is ridiculous. .
The sensible and sucessful treatment
Is to remove the catarrhal poison from
the system by regulating the liver and
I'urlfying the blood, and this can only be
scr.v ; by an internal remedy, which should
consist of antiseptics and remedies. to act
>isor'ouslyroh the blood and liver.
The best preparation of this kind .wlr.ch
fins all The requirements of a s=afe con
itftutSonal treatment is Stuart's Catarrh
Sublets, composed of Blood Hoot.;- Red
■Sum and similar wholesome antiseptics,;
>'hSch are absolutely , safe to tako Into
etoninch and v.-hich act upon tne
iiver, stomach and mucous membrane.
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are lavge,
Measanf tasting lozenges, to b-e sloyly
dissolved in the mouthr thus- reaching
the mucous membrane and wind-pipe and
finally .reaching'' the.: stomach.
Dr. E^mondsori. In speaking of the new
Ir^atmv^t for catarrh, says:,"l( have ac
ronsplishcd the most- satisfactory results
In all forms of catarrh of the head,
throat, bronchial tubes, as well as cat
rnh of the stomach and ? liver ; by using;
nothing "else buty Stuart's " Catarrh Tab
lets. I lonjc since threw! aside sprays and
lnhnl-cTs, as: beins. inconvenient ; and ;; at
tho/best mere' temporary, makeshifts. " ;
'JSiVtarVa '■ Catarrh Tablets set : immedl
ut'oly upon the ll ver and } blood and clear,
the "whole S system • of : : catarrhal ¥ P?j»f*?v
They:' are. . pleasant arid"; very .^convenient'.
1 o u«c, v .*anfl they are 'not oniyitho' latest; :
but : I - beMeye ; thvm to Abe; the ; bfat • arid
cor tainly ! the j safes t f treatm en t : for > any.
Torm'of catarrh." '-
All (Sruugists ff'tt Stuart'sJCotarrhvTao-;
l«-te at 50fcts.;for full sized packaKC. ■ -•
A little;book on cause andicurofofiCat-!
*rrh roaileaifree.ibyladdreFbinir iho F. A.
etuart? Co.; .Marshall; MJch.
The Digestive Organs
> Some humors are inherited; others are
acquired,:, commonly through derangements of
the digestive organs. '
Whether inherited or acquired, they are
radically and permanently removed by one
and the same medicine, and that is;
Hood's Sarsapanlla, —it cleanses the
blood, perfects -digestion, cures d3'spepsia; r stops;
all eruptions, clears the complexion, builds up
the whole cystem. ;
For various reasons humors are most ■
quickly removed in : the Spring. ■
Take Hood's this Spring. :
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...;;.. .... ■"■■. ■- . • .- ■ .- ;"■■ ■ .; .. : -. ;,. ■ ;••; . . •;:. . ;;.•■ •"■ ~-.. i'
" We hare been using Hood's Sarsaparilla for several years
past and it has always given the best o! satisfaction, especially
us a Spring medicine. It builds up the general system and '
gives new life. I heartily recommend it to the public." Dvaanr
C. Pauk, WhitelantS, Ind.
; '; "• . . ■ : '-. - .' ' ' .
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE FOR HOOD'S SARSAPARILL'A,
- • . ...... i - :■■.■. '.■■• -'.: ;-.--' ■-■■•,; -.- ■:-,'■/■■ *•-....
when they learn at the same time that it:
was not unt:'. the year 1533 that a railroad'
was constructed into' this section. And
yet the fact remains. As early as 1720
explorers Jiad pushed, their way up the
waters of the James river, and following
Us branches bad spied out this land.
That they, thought it a goodly land is
borne out bj- an application made at. that
time to tli« authorities at Williarnsburg
■to allow them'- to -take it up and seltle.a.
family on each 1,000 acres.
The medicinal value of the. Hot Springs
was recognized early in -Colonial days,
and it soon became a resort for rheu
matics and others. Gradually it grew
into a health and pleasure resort, and
became famed far and wide.
THE NEW REGIME.
Mr. I«r. 33. Ingalls, when president t)f
the Chesapeake and Ohio railway (now
the president of the Big Four), became
largely interested in the Hot Springs,
and lie committed its development to the
untiring cure of Mr. Decatur "Axtell.-
Both of these gentlemen have given
largely of their personal time and atten
tion to" developing. 1 its possibilities, and
they have seen it grow under their hands
into one of ihe most noted resorts in;
tho world.' They found it without rail
road communications; a branch wa-s con
structed from Covington. They found it
only a summer resort; it has now be
come a most ix)pular;allrth.e-year-'round ;
resort. -
Its poor bathing facilities have given
place, to an establishment which com
pares favorably. with any in the .world.
Its wooded hillsides have been cleared
away to give place to private cottages,
come of which are not to be excelled.
The hotel building found here at that
time was soon added to and improved,
but still was second to the Virginia,
which was built in 1892, and it in turn
took second place to the new Homestead,
which was gradually extended along, tho
crest of the hill, until it. reached; the
bath-house, at its foot. Comfortable cot
tages were constructed along Macada
mized roadways and asphalt pavements,
which led through the property, offer
ing the privacy of a home, with the facili
ties of a fashionable hotel. New
and improved driveways were built con
necting it with the Warm Springs,; live
miles distant, and part of this, and most
of the' road to the Healing Springs (also
'owned by this company),: was Macada
mized, somo of the work being done by
the United States; Government. . Bridle
paths have been cut along the mountain
tops and sides, making it. possible to
rido along the; crest of the mountain
from one end of the main valley to the
other. '/ .' .' ; . : ., ; .
' GOLF AND GOOD ROADS. : ',,-•. -
Golf lihks extending for more than a
mile, and equalling any in this country.',
now cover ground which, was then thick
set with trees. ' .;
' In addition to making these im.prove
'xnents within the bounds of their own
property, and caring carefully for tho
twenty-five miles of toll-roads owned by .
it this company for the past several
years had added a like sum to tho
amount appropriated by the county offi
cials for work on thirty-live miles of
county road in this section, which had
enabled 'the Commissioners of Roads to
greatly improve them.
thb-villa.gr.;
In tho village which has grown up
around the place, have sprung. up, three,
churches, one erected by the Catholics,
ono by the Presbyterians, and another
by the Episcopalians, In which services
are regularly held. .. ; _.--.. ; ".--.
t THE NEW BUILDJNG.
On July 2, 3301, when only about ono
Hundred guests were In "the' Homestead,
came the very of fire, anu"; the house was
burned without loss of life. Scarcely, had
the debris cooled before the work of re
construction was decided upon. -,
Plans contemplating a practically fire
proof hotel were adopted, and .with a de
termined arid persistent effort, these have
oeen' so tar accompilsaea :■ as, io ; present
■at "this time the completed main part, of
a" new and most cbrnforta-ble brick hostel
ry oir the old site, with every known pro
tection against fire, with metal, lathes,
asbestos papering between"! the roomsand
floors- faedoors rea-iy ., oiv.the instant to
complete the fire walls, which run here
and there through the buiwmg.^o cut
ting off each . section ; that- should^ a fire
originate in any- part of the, building, .it
caii'be: shut .'off from the .other parts., .
Fire-escapes of: ne n«t approved vpa-;
tent project from i t'»ie r sides; here; ana
there, offeriiis a ready escapQ In case oi
emergency. : Sl/^?^S 1 /^?^
; The extension along -be; crest ,ofl: tne
hill to connect .with''; the- bath-house^ will;
be completed in the early rail. -The foun-.
datiori for it' has already ; been:laid. .;?,;,
The openins is fixed : for ;:Marchj;.loth.}
Amrar those who .have engage! ;accom- •
modaUons -f or the earl y mon ths^arerAd- ■<
miral George^Dewey; William C.fTVh^|
ney, zuid others.
TITIS LAWKKS CK VI JL-L.B ; PI3 OFI*E»
All About Well-KnoWM CliUeiiK,
Their Friends, n»d Their Movements.
LAWREKCKVILLK. Val, March^B.~J
(Speclal.)-Mr. R- H- Gregory is v l *}***?
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gregory.
In ISOS young Mr.; Gregory fnlistcd in
fIIffiaSfGHMOND DISPATCH.-SUNOAY, MARCH 9. 1902^
to the Philippines, where for t%vo yenr3
he acted as scout.
He gives an interesting accoupt of. tho
' islands,'-' the inhabitants, etc
He was sent to America last summer.
and. was honorably discharged a fey*
Weeks ago.
A dog 1 , supposed to be:rabid, frightened
several, of the citizens of this town-con
siderably • a few days ag;o. :v
.'. It went through the chief street figlit
.ln's every dog it saw, and left apparently
uninjured^
Mrs.' J. R. Shell has -returned. from.
Richmond, where she had. been to visit
her daughter, who is at". St. Luiie's I-los
pital.
Miss Bessie Palmer, who has been
teaching in Tazewell county, has return
ed home.
Judge N. S. Turnbull has 'returned from
a visit to Boydton.
: Hon. J. W. Klam has returned to Rich
mond from a visit to the 'county. ' '
Mrs. .. C. M. Hcartwrll is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Terry Stokes, of South .Hill..
Mrs. S.. Davidson is visiting relatives. in
Baltimore. . ■ ,
-. Mr. J. R; Buford is in Richmond, : the
guest of.; Colonel A. S. Buford^.
Miss' Elizabeth .Warwick, •: of Norfolk,
is spending a few weeks with Miss Lizzie
Warwick. . '. '
Miss Lannie Warriner has returned from
a visit to South Hill.
Mr.' Robert Turnbull: has returned to
Richmond to resume his duties as a mem
ber of the Constitutional Convention. He
Is of, opinion that the .convention will
adjourn before April Ist.;
Mrs. ■ H. L. Heart well has returned to
her borne, .in Atlanta. G-a., from ' an ex
tended visit to her parents here. ;
Mr. Li. S. Purdy is in Baltimore.
Dr. "A. J. Osborne and 'his. sisters,'
Misses Lila and. Bettie, have returned
from'a visit to Richmond. .
Miss Kate Percivall, who has been
visiting- Miss Margaret Jones, of Lacrosse,'
has returned. . ■
; Mr. E. "R. Turnbull is in Richmond"
this week. ;k; k
Misses Lillie and Lillian "Vaughari are
in Baltimore. .-
There is a lady of Brunswick, Mrs. „T.
T. Wade, who . sold -.•'during the past year
$104. worth- of eggs. Who can beat that?
CAREER OF SCHUMAXHT-HEIMC.
Brief Skctcb of the Celeli rated Artisf
■< AVTio is to Sing Here.
, The coming of Schumann-Heink, who is
said by many to be possessed of the most
wonderful contralto voice in "the world,
will, be an event of rare interest in. the
.musical. ■'history./- of.. the. city. The'great
opera singer is to . gi% r e a concert recital
at the Academy on Thursday, March 27th,
assisted by a pianist; of "renown. Her
programme will illustrate the" various
fields of music in which she has won
distinction— namely, opera, oratorio, and
concert- ballads. . _ "
Madame Schumann-Heink, born . Roes
sler, is the daughter of -a major in- the
Austrian army. She was born , at Leban, j
near Prague, on June 15, 1S61;"J j She .was I
educated at ; the . Xorsuliiie. : : Convent;.; in
Prague un til • she vi-as 13 j years I old, ; when :
her father was transferred to - Grate,' at
■which time she began the serious study,
of music under • Marietta yon -Le Clalr.
After three years of earnest study she
applied} for the position then vacant^at .
the Court Theatre .in Dresden, and was
awarded the position "over.; hundreds ; of
applicants through ;sheerv merit- in her
singing, for she bad neither.; repertoire nor,
experience.: For. three years she studied
under . Aloysia . Krelis-Michalesi, and at
the c-nd of her f ou rth . year ,wi th" ; the ; com
pany; she married and retired from the
stage, though after a few months \ sho re
turned to take : up her beloved profession.
' Slie : .was engaged ; ; aa a member of ; the
Stadt Theatre Company,. in: Hamburg, and
made! her fi>st appearance in, the.. autumn
of ISS3. Then followed an * engagement
with the Royal Court ■ Theatre" in Berlin;
for a; term of years. - At Hamburg she
acquired a larce ; reportoire.v which •
from Ei da to Prince ; Orlbft! ski:v ; Not until
the; early-nineties did Berlin; hear her,
when : she "appeared -■ a S.V a • ; guest at . A the "':
Kroll's Garden. In 189 S- she was divorced
from her fiT-st: nushand.: and; by marriage.
with Paul Schumann. ; an actor, she; gain-,
ed, the; right "to .connect that name' with
her ; former;: name. Heinle
■; Cosima ';.. Wagner : engaged her for the
Bayreuth season of 1596. ; when sansr
iii 1 the piece call "The Ring;." - the 'i Part of,
"Erda." "First Norne.'-iand '"Waltrante.*':
Her. versatality may be ; from I
the ;fact|*that vshe: hasVsunir^ such 1 '
ent ? parts '.■"r- as ' ."Ortyud." ' "."Sextuc,":
7 "®lvira," ;:"Adriano.'* i"Sextus,"
V'Brangaline." and "Ma.cadalene." ■ . ;;
iTneisubscriptioiiillstiforitheiconcert^lSi
at •= the ■: store •: of - Wftltery D.; . Moses -\ &'l Co:s
where 9. It • has ;; al ready ; been
subscribed. ■■■LjThbse:;!who^se^names7are|atTJ
tached ; toHtiiis;ilst;wlUf:bc^givehkthe|opi;
portimity '■': for^ the ; selection ;^of '.. their?seats:
on the day before the! regular, sale opens. V
%§$U the B»toy i« Cnninss Tretli,^^!
Be sure and us» that .old and well-tried:
remody7SMr)i|j^nalow'3Ysc^tlHng:J Syrupy
for children- teething. It aoothea ;tho
chlidSeof tensrlthelfKums;^i allays! all ipainTj
«»i!res wind "colic, and is the beat remedy
for diSrrnop*, Tveiiiy-five cent* •
Ip -SUB-COMMITIEI
HOW ASD AVJIEX I'UEsESI' "WAiiDS
C.iJIE I JCTO ' K.VISTEXCE.
Marshall, Clay, Jackson^ anrtLcc All
Fornied Since the War BetTvcen the
; '- ;;' :'■: ■ ;?.- '„ yp; i■ ■■ ■■ . : X~C' '- ; ';--,"..' r: ---;'."--"--.---- <\-> -". ■-■-'
States— Prior to Eat:tbishmcnt ot
%V r ardß, -.vElectiosii'^.Wcre at Xa M
'-';:':-sl:^-::'"-•'■^i-:?-.r*'-*^~?-^-J~;~':}i~~:~:'~;'■■};-\:. •-''','■■ ' '■ :■> '-
; 3leetiiiss— Strong Seritiiacjit Agaihist
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Seven WnrdJ.- ■ ; ,
Very few ts ; of Richmond, Wrio-w
that; the city^had; been ,i incorporated ; ; f or
itwenty;one;;;yelu-3 ;:as^ a?; city?/and ' for
: forty-four -years 'prior : .to.* that 'as; a town
before it was sub-divided "into . wards," but
such is the fact. ; _
.^tTh~e recent -sub-division' of -Clay Ward,
and the creationof Lee, Warc?^ has caused
interest-, to ; centre:in this.'subject of ward
.division.' • '■,'_ ';.;;' ■-. : -'•■' .:."■•. ;..'.- ; . : ■ -.
" {Theipreseht*;change ; i .is-thc fourth/ one
tbe city has had since it -became; a city
: during the^j month of "May, • 17S2J-VT>ie7 act
"passed by' the' General Assembly . at that
■time v provided .for : a Board' of ; Aldermen
; aiicl a Comraoh Council, but . the members
-were ; EeJtctecL in; inass-nit.eting— there be
ing . no wards— consequently, the "city
fathers" were; selected .from the city v.-itli
oiit^regard:; to -'their-* residence." -"- -
..- ; THREID WAEDS- ESTABLISHED.- ' '
;' On January, 11/'-l&)3,;the : bill establishing
: three : wards : was approved by ■ the : Gov
;ernor,- and in a short time the : city-pro
ceeded; to establish these divisions. I.':1 .': They
were' .^Jefferson, rjlaclisbh*;.; and., Monroe.
J € fferson was , ; known-.- as ' Fl rst ; Ward,
.lladison as Second, and. Monroe- as third.
For many years ; the fire alarms were
3L.unde(l- in that way, one, two, or. three
taps, indicating the First, Second, or
Third Ward., as the'ease mightbe. ,
These three;, divisions remained until
after; the% war. The General Assembly,
of ISC9 provided for two additional' wards,
and it was from ;that move, that Marshall
and Clay had their birth.. The reddstrict-"
ing "of the. city was as follows: Marshall
that portion of the city lying east of
".Twenty-fifth '•'. street, running entirely,
across the city; Jefferson, between
Twenty-fifth' and Twelfth; Madison, be
tween Fourth and' Belvldere, and Clay, all
west of Bclvidere street to the city limits.
JACKSON WARD 'ADDED;
.On April 17, 1571,. Jackson , Ward , was
;born, and .the city .then possessed six di
visions. The boundaries were established
then, and remained intact until disturbed
by. the; Legislature sevral weeks ago. In
deed, the only change made then was the
division of Clay Ward, thus leaving the
other five wards remaining as established
in IS7I. "'-' -.;. . y
The statute, governing the future sub
division of the city is .so arranged 'that
should . the city- desire to make' any
changes in the present arrangement of
the wards it can be done without seeking
aia from '"the ' General Assembly. The
complications which ; arose over the divi
sion of Clay; Ward cannot; again happen,
because the increase; or decrease in the
number of members o£ the boards, which
have ward representation, is with the
City Council, and can.be charged 'at will."
SEVEN WARDS 'TOO MANY. \
There is L a strong sentiment against
seven wards, many of tlae . citizens "being
of the opinion that as soon as possible
the City Council should redistrict the city,
providing for six wards, whose boundary
lines should run along the. streets from the
southern to the northern boundary of. the
city limits. ■ ; . .-" ' •..:
This question. is being held in •abeyance,
however, by the proposition to. annex a
portion of the county. Should 'annexation
come, it will make necessary changes all
around, and it is not; deemed expedient
to make further; changes at « tliis , time.
With f " amJSTation;: decided, one way or
the other, the question of ward. division
wiil be reopened, and considerable agita
tion may be; expected;' then. : . .
Don't ActreprCounlerfcifs.
; For piles, skin diseases, sores, cuts,
bruises, burns, and other wounds nothing
equals DeWitt's Witch Hazel ; Salve. Don' t
accept counterfeits. None genuine; except
DaWitt's. "I have suffered since ISCS with
protruding, bleeding , piles; and until re
cently could find no permanent relief,"
say g J. F. Gerall, of SLP.aul, Ark. "Final
ly I tried DeWitt's Witch .Hazel Salve, .
v.-hicli soon completely™ cured me."
HOTEI* EMPIBB,
Broaclway and 63d Sf rest, M a Y B City,
ABSOLUTELY FmSPROOF.
HATES ■.MOUBIUTB.". : ;
Excellent Cuisine; Mortem;
ElSicient.Service; ; : Exclusive;
Extensive Library: -'■•!■:; Accessible.
ORCHESTRAL- CONCERTS EVERY
.'• - . !; - - EVENING. ■;•■ ■ ,
„;. All Cars Pass tJhe Empire.
From ; Grand Central I Station take cars
marked. Eroad way and -Seventh avehue.
Seven' minutes ; to, Empire'.;;; .
On crossing any of ;the ferries,, take
tKe l Ninth- Avenue Elevated '; railway ■ to'
Fifth-ninth street, from which it is. one
minute's walk tp: hotel. ':
- Send for- Descriptive ; Booklet., • .
W. JOHNSON. QUINN. -, Proprietor.
■"•Mortimer^ M. Kelly, v Manager. '
■-: .'"/ ■"■■; - - ' : -.".' fe 26-W,F&SunGm ': ;
DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS.
TR AN SPO RTAf 1 0 N €0M PAN Y'S
Steamship Lines.
Direct, Uontc to ■
BOSTON. ""BIASS./.-Axii' -PROVIDENCE,
:.';'-: ■■:' - k. i.- «. ,/':^ ■
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY,' FRIDAY, .and
SATURDAY; - - for Providence ; TUKSiJAY, 1
FRIDAY,;and SUNHAYat 6'P. M. .
Accommodations anil cuisine unsurpass
ed. ' ■•-■---■■.■ ; ' ; ' ■''--;■'•-' .;.•-. ■
Passengers ■ and - freight taken for all
New England points. [
-. Tickets on; sale ? at Chesapeake arid Ohio
and Norfolk . and ; Western railway offices
and :903* etat Main' screet. '. : ■ ::" -
- , ... : R.;H. WRIGHT,. Agent. :!
r ;'delß-t8 •■•;': -U - >- Norfolk.r,Vß,:>.
DOMSNIQN LINE
PAST TWIN SCREW SERVICE.
Boston to Queenstown and Lmrpool.
Sailinga Every Saturday.
New England, ■ ■-. { Merlon - (new), . >
?.-\:-~.^ '■■■:■;<■ --.v-.: March' 8. | -^>-- ;^- :>. March '22^i
Commonwealtb, -^-i Kow i? England, *■'■•> -•-,■
' March: 2o: l ;- - - April 12.'
Saloon; §50 and upward; Second Saloon, 9 *40;?
Ok ThesoSnew® twin ijj screwy steamera " are
Rwong % the 'j «float ;• have splendid,
accommodatlona|foripaßseusrers.:on upper'
deck amidshlp*,
eosfon-MEDITERRANaN-Servlee
fffGlliR ALTAR, NAPLES, GEXOA. -
Cambroißan, April 8. May SI, July 2.
Galoon Bates, 175 upward ; Second Saloon,
§50. . ......
sE-Forratea, et«w» aadres* Canto 'on Llue,
■ •
!RA«.*oAOi|.l3nߧ.-'8
S^^^^^^^ I JB^W
.■ ■■- , ... ■. ■■■. .. •■ ■ ■.■ ■ ■■■. i ■ ■■■ ■ . :. .'.■..■.. ..■.-, . ■- . ■■, • -
"CAPITAL CUV nOUTE." ,
SHORT^LJND ITO^PBJNCIPAI^ CITIES f
j-rtOF/cU THE ,-; SOUTH -*ANDi«= SOUTH- «
;'' • WJBST.rFLORIDATCUBA,* TEXAS.'^g
- 'CAUFORNIAvS^ANDiMEXICO; --
■ • ' REACHING?® THE CAt'i
■ - TAL3sOFISIX;STAXES.' - -•'..
':-■• Scliednle 'Fin 3Jß«leet l 3larcl» h 'J-p. lOOS. :s: s
TRAINS 'LEAVE ' RICHMOND^ DAIL.Y—
"^;: .-. ' "
10:37: P.^vM. Sand^Metropolitan:
. -' Limited." for Petersburg,? Hender-j
- ' : ; ; .'-'• son; VRaleigh; 1 ' Southern ?; Pines,? Co^ ;
lumbia, fcavannab.i; Jacksonville,
' Tampa; ?Miami;:j aIH points n Sou ih-]
'-. west,; Cuba,- and y the ?>? > West '.Indies."-.-:
10 .37 P. : M. :•<<• Atlanta v Special,"^'for■■}Pe
:-.:■;'' tersburg,> ' -'Henderson,'; ; .' Kaieigh, ;
- -'-'-^Camden, :-.'-.! Southern f Pines, " ' Pine-:
.--■ -'-'- ..-■ -I hurst, "Athens. "Atlanta.;" Montgome-r"
; ry.'i Chattanooga;. vNashville. ..Uem-;
• • . :;; . phis, ; and;;'all ■•, points. South and :
.;■--■-;" - ; Southwest. ?-;;-.--:.:-^r^ ■"-:.;•'."-; v.^ : ;i : , :_yji[ :,-■
■'■ 2:18 P. -M;. ■•Seaboard^ Fasti Mail," for
" Petersburg, -Henderson, '•*-■• Raleigh v
- Southern . Pines,' Pinehurst, all
: : points :in; Florida," Athens,;- Atlanta;:
i Nashville, Memphis; s . and alii points
; ," " Souths and .Southwest. '-.'."; '■;': '. .'- ■"• ."■■■■.'■*'• .'.-■■
- O:1O A. : M.;, "Seaboard -Express.". Daily,
- . . ; for H Petersburg, . ~ Norlina,' . N; '■ Cv;
and: all ; intermediate I stations. : Con
" .' neetion: at .'Norlina. with 'train ar
: ' ; riving • at ' ; Henderson- 2 :C9 ? P.. . M. ; .
:■ ■■".■- ■ Raleigh, . N. . C, : 3:50: P: M:;- and*
Durham/: N.: C, 3:53 P.'.Jt;; daily,:
. .::^except^Sunday. ■..::.. v? 0 ::- I'_.".".1 '_.".".
: . Trains leavu "itichmond -for AVnsh
iiiKton, XevrO York, ; and the ;Ea»t
dailj-. A*6; 34 at 0:45 A. 31. and So. 4«
at3:U3P.M, ' ' -
Connections at JaclvEonvllle and Tampa
for ■all: Florida East Coast 'points, and'
Cuba and Porto "Rico. At ". New i, Orleans
for al! points in^Texas, Mexico^and Cali-,
fornia.-^-':- "■- -v f; r ■■.'-■■.,•■-•■ i> ■-- •- ■-;.-■'. ;
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND
';- ; ■ '-'-■ -■ ■- - DAILY. V ,--;■ '•"■; ,-'•■-■"■" ..'-'
6:^."> A. M. From all points South. and,
n:oo P. -■■m:. -■-. ' ; Jl^.
5:45 P. M.,, f rom Norltna;N..C.-,:Peters
burg, and -local' points. :-/ : .
' " ' : CAFE-CAR; SERVICE. „ -
■lOa f c ! Dining-Cars • will be operated I In
Trains Nos. 31 and 34, "Florida and'-Mp
tropolitaniLimited,"- between.- Hamlet,- N. ■
C, Savannaii, Ga,. and in Trains Nos. 33
and; 33,vVAtlanta^Special," between Ham
let, * N. C, and Atlan ta, Ga, Service a la
Carte. Prices moderate; no canned good*
handled, 'but; the:;- freshest;- -; and; : .■iriist
meats,";, vegetables, and -served j
This is an innovation, and -will be found
a' great convenience to travellers, as
-against meal ;• stations wor table d'hote;
dining-cars. ■■-. : % v :; ' : '
SLEEPING-CAR-SERVICE. ? r; *
Nqs. 31 and 34— Florida 'and ' Metropolitan
Limi ted. Drawi ng-Room, - Sleeping •, Cars
between New York ? and •; St. : Augustine.-;
Also, Through "- Drawing-Room.;:-- BufEef
Sleeping-Cara between' 2s ew York and
Atlanta. i ■;.'?.;■.
Nos. 27 and 6R— "Seaboard Fast Mail.";
.Through .: Drawing - Room ■and ".Buffet
Sleeping-Cars, between New York ■ and
Tampa,' [■■■ connecting at Camlet .with
Sleeping-Car : to' and from .Atlanta-- in
connection with which Through Pullman
'Tickets are" sold. . Finest -Day: Coaches. . *
Z. P. SMITH. District Passenger Agent,'
S36.'.coet Main -street .-:■'. "Phone 405.
J. M,. .BAEJK, Ist V.-P. and G. M.
R. E. L., BUNCH,. G. P. A.,
mh S ; . .."■; '-_". Portsmouth, \'a.'. ...
1 011 w SOUTHERN
RAILWAY-
Schedule in Effect. Feb. l«f, 1902..
Trains Leave and Arrire 14tli-Slreet
• Station. '■ '
TR.AIXS LEAVE RICHMOND, Y4.
10:20 A. M.. No. 9, .daily for Durham/; N.
. ,■- C, Danville, and all loc-h.l stations
' south, connecting .at Burkev. He
i with Norfolk an 1 Western railway
' for 'Farmvi'le." Lynehburg and f all
localstations West; at Jeffreys : for
: local stations on ; Norf oik Division
to Danville;-- at .'Oxford " for Hen
j ■'■•■'dcrson. - ■•?. :■ ■'■'•'. ■;■'■;■;■—'
2:30 P. if. .No. 29, limited , train dally,'
.: for Jacksonville and --'all Florida
points; Havana, Nassau,- etc. Con
nects at Mosel^y ■ -jvith' S'armvill*
i and Powhatan -railroad; at
: Greensboro' s for Durham, Raleigh,
and Winston-Salera;- at Charlotte
with No.. So.. United States fast
mail, . solid train. . fisily. for New
Orleans' end points S&ath, - which
carries Sleepers to New Orleans.
■ :DrawiE<<-Room Sieeper RlchmonU
to Atlanta "and ; -B!rmingham.
Through train, with Sleeper, Salio
x>bury to Memphis. Dining-Car ser
• , ■■ vice. ■ /: : ■ -- ;'";; '" ; '-';. ■ ■--:-■ ■ ■- -■■■ -■■•: . "
11:20 P., M., No. 11, Southern Expreim,
daily for Atlanta, Augusta. Jack
sonville-^ and points South. ■■■- Sleeper
for . Da Jvlile. - Greensboro*, , Sails- .
bury, arid CharJotte,.-open attßich
mond 9 ;3J P. --M. Connection with
New York and rFloridai Express and
s ' so'ti:h"srs«t o rn 1 " Limited, whfch car
ries, through ' Sleepers Augusta.
. Savannah, -Jacksonville,; Tampa,
: Nashville. Memphis. Atlanta. New
Orleans, etc. ConiDlete Dinfng-Car
service. Also. Pullman' Tourist
i Sleeper. Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays Washington to SanrFran
cisco, without change.- with connec
■ tions for all points In Texas, Mexi-'
'-- co, and California. ;- ;
«:00 P M.. • No. 17, local daily, except
Sunday, for Keysville; and inter
.; mediate points.' . ; -
TH-iiv-s -ARRIVE IX RICHMOND. :
.O:OO A. M.) ,- " '". -■■'-■- •
5:43 P. M.) From Atlanta. Augrusta.
Jacksonville, AshevlUe, and aIJ
'.: "points South. : \ ■ . ..
.8:40 A. M., from Keysvllle and local
:-Vv Stations. '.;'-• , ; •
3:25 P. M.. from Durham. -CTlarlotte.
Danville and intermediate; stations
T,OOIT, .FWT^IO«T. -
Noa. 61 and (f!2. between Manchester and
■.■;. -.;-.• Neapolla. ■'.•"■ ' '.;; : .;-'
MDMU I fl!C ■.:- rTiA. west
1 THE FA VORITH ROUTE NORTH.
. LEAVE RICHMOXD. :
'*:ao' PJ'M., ISO.- lti," iJaiumore Limited,
dai.y, except ; S^noays, for West
Point, connecting at „ West- Point
with, steamers for Baltimore and
York-river landings - ilondays
Wednesdays, and Fridays.
2:15 P.M..',' No. . 10, Monclays, Wednes
; days, and Fx-iaay s, — . local express
.for West Point and intermediate
staaons. Connects .with stage at
V 'Lesterii Manor for Wallcerton and
:■'■': Tappahannock.
;6:00 A.M.; No. 74, local > mixed. Leaves
daily, except . Sunday, -for West
Point and r intermediate stations
.; connecting -with stage at Ltatef
: Manor for Walkerfon and Tap pa- L
hannock. v- -",".. ■■ i_ .: -*:.,
TRAINS ; ARRIVE iUCHJIOXD.;
0:15 "A;'; M;;^ dally,^ from West Point, with
• . connection^ from" Baltimore, Wed
nesdays, Fridays, and, Sundays.
10:45 A. M., No. 9, Wednesdays and
Fridays.- : ■--; •- ;..-. •■:•:;-,
5:15 P. M.,- daily, except Sundays, from
West Point and Intermediate ; sta
;■; ..■■'■ -.-;-,; - ";-■"'->■ ■-'■-■-::-."■ "-..--■•'.■-..•- •■■ '.
Steamers . leave ; West Psisi. Mondays.
Wednesdays, and .Fridays - 5-50
P. rM., arriving Baltimore 8:3O A." M.
Steamers call rat i Almonds,: Clay ' Bank
and Gloucester Point . v . ; . •„,-.'
■ . C: W.'WESTBDRY. * ,
District Passengers Agent. v
; ; r 82) east Main street. -
; ' Richmond, Va.
S. H HARDWTCK,
•'■-.; General Passenger Agent.
■ ' - - F.- S:SGANNONv^
t nird '-, Vice-President and-: General >Man ;;
j .:.; ager, .Washington;;; D^; Cl'<;>-"~.~ - -' ite'JS
DEaPARTURE OP STEAMERS.
JAMES RIVER
DAY LINE- t
' ; pocalu>°ta3 ; leaves every MON- I
f^ iL- Jfor 3 siortoia; f Portsmouth, :• j Old - !
jainei-river s landings, * and S cormecUns j mt f j
SBalUmore^andlthesNorth.' ,
c reserved for the nights'lti!
Moderate sprtcea. r.«^
direct to the whart Fare
omyf Jl-50 and n to Norfolk. Music i?bjr?i
Grand I Orchestrion. -
?» Freight f or,! above-named placea I !
North' CVrollna. IRVIN AWEISIGER.'^^i
•'•- General ? Manajter.^ i
WimjLkßa rber.V Jxv^ Becretary.£gssga J* 1 II j
1 jL?** n*f i*3 '■■".' Ccsi*, /, tiSLlfs » ; ~' 3, t*■ too ° "J^lni^t.itcl'is'
Schedule 11b JEtJ navy ' H^VUWSt
TRAINS I/T3A.VE RICHMOND—BYRD
, . ' 'STREET STATION.
0:<H» A. It., NORFOLK LIMITED, Dal
ly. . Arrives .'Petersburg 9 :3IJA. M,»
Norfolk 11 -.20 "Aftil. "5 StopsTonly-' at
'■■ Petersburg, -Waverly^andSSaitollC.*
O:O5 Ai v M. : Dallv.fe Arrives ? Petes aburgr
3:49 A. M., " Weldon 11:50 1 A. >L.
_ i Fayetteville *3&?P.?s M^' Charleston
: ' -10:55 P.^ 51.,-. Savannah--; 255* A;M.,
Jacksom ille • 8i 0 f AJ? it^Port i Tam
pa 7aOP,M.^ton»ects;at:WiSscn
rwith 2»To. *?.- arriving Goldsboro" 3:25
P:t M:, ..Wilmington ■■« 6 'P.S M.SPuU
■ man Bleeper New ; -Yor3t to; Jackson-.
vlU*. • : • -
11:33 "A. ar;; Dally, Except Sunday. ■ Arr
' 7: ' rives 12:35 P- 'M.--', StoPB
, . Manchester. Drewry'Si ßluff. sCeo
■'-■ / - traHa, and Chesterton "slffnaL; *. • i
S:0O P. M..< OCEAiST; SHORE LIMITED.
Daily. > : Arrives : Petersburg 1 3 :30 ; P.
M.; Norfolk s:2o iP^M^i StopsV only
■ at Petersburg, ?.Wav<=s-{T^.jr£rt.,Si'Xr
■folk.- . - ■ -".y*'i
. 4:30 P. M. -•DailyVXcxce'ptvHunaiy. > a>
rives Petersburg sas F. 1 >I.TWel«Joa
7-35 ; P. M.. and Rocky Mount: OP.
' M - Makes all intermediate stops.
6:06 P. M. iDiiily.! Arrives Petersburg
7>P. M.^Makes lallJstons/a ,-.-- ,v ••
: TJS3 P. M. FLORIDAAND IWEST;^-
DIATT: LIMITED.* Daily.': Arrives
Petersburg : 7:59 .P. M- Connects
with Norfolk and WestFrnr fpr/Nor
folkand jpoinU;;ETa
por!a 9:03 P. M; (connects iwiUjrAt^
lantic and Danville for stat ons be
- tween & Emporia. ; ; and " iLawrence-
vHle);iWeldon 9XS P. M.;;Fayette^
< ville: 12:32 ;/A:--M.. Charleston ;S:A.
: M.. Savannah 9 :05 A. M., Jac&son
rvilie 12:45 iP.'M.: Port Tampa 1130
'new line to middle qeok-
QIA POlNTS— Arriving?; Au*u»'a.
"7^5 A. St.; Mac?n 11:15 A.:;M.;^At
lanta 12^5 P. : M..^ThomasvtUe'2tf3
P..M. Pullman :S!er per New Tor Jc
to "Wllmrnsrton, iCharle'fon.iPort
. Tampai Jacksonville. Ausus;a, and
•'. ; ; Macon.' '■■:'. ; " ■•>■•- ' '■" - : - "'■:■■'
0:10 P. M. Daily; Arriving, Petersburg
9:55 P. M/ Connects at :Petersbnrg
with Norfolk and Western-^ ra!l
way,:. arriving: Lynchbtirg 8:3B>; A:
M.,' Roanoke ; 5 vA. • M.; BristoUlo:4o
v A; : M. ~b Pullman Sleeper Richmond
' " to ; Lynchburg. ..
11 :30 P. : >r.'-' Daily- f Arrive 3 Petersburg
■ 32:10 A. ■■M.V.^i"-">" ■ ■• ;; ',--- :; -;^ri;
ll:5O P. M. Daily; except Sunday- THE
NEW YORK 'AND
SPECIAL. Arriv?3 Charleston 9:36
- A. M.. 1 Savannah-10:50 A. M., Jar.k r
- : sonville 2:SO -P. ! M.. St. Augustine
4:00; P. M.. Tampa 10:40 P. M. .
1 TRAIXS ARtUVE UICHMOMJ. ;
3 :57; A; ■ M. \ Daily.- From ; Jacksonville.
Savannah, Charleston, Atlanta
Macon, Augusta, and all points
: -■ - ; .South. -:.:■':; <;-;■;.-.■.:;..'.-,■. -'■ •■'.-""■
6:40 A. M. Daily, except Monday.
From Tampa, St: Augustine. Jack- s
. sonville, ; Savannah, .and Char.es
7:83 A. *M. Dally. From Petersburg,
Lynchburjr. and the West.
8.48 A.- M.-v Dally.- except Sunday,
-: - Petersburg- locaL :, ' V v „ " •
11:1O A.: M. -Dally. 1 except Sunday. From
Gotduboro' * and Intermediate "'sta-.
tions, Norfolk, and Suffolk.^-. .
11:42 A. vM. Daily. From No rfobc. Suf
folk,and -Petersburg. ".. V»i
r.l:10 A. M.- Sunday only. From . Norfolk,
and . ■■._ -,:;r.
2:15 P.M. -.? Daily.except : Sunday. From
" Petersburg.- '-■ ■ ■ -■- . /• ..-A.
f:43P. M. Dai!y- From': Mi^mi.: Port
Ta mpa;.:.: Jacksonville. " Savannah,
• Charleston,- .Wilmington. GoUs
boro',' and all points South.
<-tSO P. M. Daily. From' Norfolk. Suf
folk, and- Petersburg. ,,.- --',■
B :SG P. M. Daily. From Petersburg,
Lynchburg^^^st.^-^. :
. ' •■■•; Traffic Manager. .
J. R." KENLY, ' .
General Manager.
HT. M. . EMMERSON, > •-
General Passenger Agent.
C. ?<. CAMPBELL,
Division Passenger Agent,
ia 14 fas. east Main street.
i^iFfiiWeslgni
- ' v" -9rovemlier:24; 1001.
LEAVE It ICH3I O>'I> (D A II. Y), BYRD
STUEETiSTATIOX. ;
9 :0O A. M. ; NORFOLK LJMITEIX Ar
rives Norfolk 11:20 A. M.. Stops only;
at Petersburg. Waverly.. and Suf-:
. folk. : Stops at Wukeiletd only to
let off: passengers holding tickets 1
■"-■l'roni Richmond and Petersburg.
» :05 A. 21., THE CHICAGO EXPRESS,
for .Lynehburg, Roanoke.;Colu«i-;
bus, and Chicago. • : Buffet .Parlor^
; Car Petersburg to Roanoke. Pull-^i
man Sleeper Roanoko to Colum-!
bus; also,- for Bristol. Konxviller
and Chattanooga. Pullman Sleeper;
Roahoke to Knoxville." .
3:00 P. M., Ocean Shore Limited. Ar-
- rives Norf oik 5 :20- P.M. Stops only.
-;. at Petersburg-, Tv'averly, and'Suf-
; folk.- Connects at Norfolk . with
. v steamers to : Baston, Providence.
- . New. York, Baltimore, and Wash
:--",-.■; ington.^." ■ ■.-■'.-'.• '--.■'• --,' ■■: "' _: ' " : '-■-'■■
7:23 P. M., for Suffolk, Norfolk, and In
termediate stations. ; Arrives at
•'-■:. Norfolk; at 10:40 P: M - ; ,-' ":'- : ,
0:10 P. M., for Lynchburg and* Roa-
: noke. Connects at; l>ynchbarg";wlth
v- "Washington and Chattanooga Lim
< ited. Pullman"; Sletpers ;Lynchburj?.
" to Memphis and New i Orleans.;
: 'Cafe, Parlor, and Observation Cars
ft Radford to ; Attala, Ala. . Pullman
• ■ . Sleepdr. . between ;; Richmond- ; and
Dynchburg. Berths ready for oc
cupancy at 8:30 P. M. Also, Pull-"
} man Sleeper Petersburg and Roa
noke. ~ , .
Trains ; arrive : Richmond from Lynch- ;
burg and : the West dally ~at 7 :35
A. M. and S:."»O P. J. 1.; from Nor
folk and the East at M1:1O A. 31.,:
11 :42 A. M-. and O:5O P. M.
',- Office: 833 Main street. . -
JOHN E. WAGNER.
City Passenger and Ticket AgenC
; ■ ; O. H. BOSLEY. .
' , District ;Passenger Agent.
W. B. BEVILL. . ;
General Passenger. Agent.
General ; Office: Roanoke.Va. f e 23
OEPARTUKE OF STEAMERS.
tlfliii
p^ STEWSSIf COMPiR.'
DAILY LINE
Jb'or' Jfew "i urt, tl»c Sortii, ami fiast.
can" leave daily/except
Sunday, by Chesapeake and Ohio railway
at a A. M. via Norfolk.' and-iJao.'pjjL
via Old -Point and Norfolk, or l> AVM. and
3 P. M. by; No, foik. and .Western rult
wa>", \ via - Norf r ik, -both - lines ' connectlnK
v/lth direct i steamers \ sailing, same day or
by u company's ]> : ntw s steamer: t Brandon
leaving Monday.- Wednesday, - and Priday
at 7 P. M-. arriving at Norfow at 6 A.-
M. ', < there ,- transferring to New , v York"
*- FREIGHT b f or : ell . ; northern, eaa tem v
and 'foreign^ port* received at - cornpauy'.
wharf, Rockettifc : ; and ■ , forwarded . * daily -
exceDt Sunday, 5 - •• - - '- :-•■- „ ■•■„•;
i FROM ; NET?, YORK.
PASSENGERSfcanrleave daily, lexcept
Sunday, ; from Vj^o. >2«
■North ■- river,- * t - d *P£i M., for Ofd y Pomt '
Comfort % and Norfont^connecUnff;;^
Chesapeake >; and -Norfolk 1 and i
.Western trains for-, Richmond.' or with
new* = steamer A Brandon^ leaving Norfolk '
Tuesday; - Thuraday^ and Sunday H : P *^£
received and forwarJed dany'
except Sunday. J t
Tickets : <mf«aJe _> aty company's offlce. 5 tm
ea3t^Maln;;Btreet;^Rlchir.ona;.tTraßafer
Company^; 'BCo^ east j Waimatreet; - iilar
phy's ' Hotel, ;i Chesapeake j: md Ohio. ".- acd
Richmond tandi'Petersburs .depofjvKich^
moncLi Baggage checks ; through to all
points. ■ •
• For - further^ Inrorroatloa = apply i to
r*y. L .-. - jOHNsP,, MAYER,^ient,
t ■ 1212 ;ea3t sMaln ? streetjyßichmond3Vai;?i
'■. y General ;- ofScea; |81 •; Beach J street.'-, corner.
Weiat? an-eetr New York. N. Y.
-H.iß.i WALKER. J. J. BROWN, ;
fJSg.Tragc^Manager^iGen'lliPrsa.-yAir»nt^t
PHILADELPHIA^ 'fr, RICHMOND. '-'AND'
LINE.
Us^t'" ; ' ' ' " --3®s!l
Freight received daiiy until 5 P. M. -
General; Sou thern^Ag«nt; r ;O<Bce; RoctcetUL
; iSP,tCT.TDB -:&?CO.*?^
J«a GcnfrMAc«nU. Philadelphia, r;
*lEZS YflHß ' m3K9RBHHHE*I - IQHM^^^^ht q^^^^^^^l
RiiiiiißAiiiM
TBAIM JLEArB niCUMOSIV^JIOIffW* J>
wl8s:- ■ w»b». '-_&£*}
'$.4WTfAj 31. : Daily, I Stitm-'i BXRI^STRJBB*^
i ;for.^WashlngtonS»*iS
beyondJ; Stops at *j Mfifor43F*«*|S
■ ericksburg/;iand?A»e»a*rlai.?W»«i*S
Ingr 3 Cars ito SiWasafngtoni andt|2***S
ig««!^Yorfc*x'* stair *Car.~-~ - «.
■ -2fetroDOlr&f:-.'.3ll i imXtetf3sfor^Wa«i^
inginn «pa beyondi«ti*3top«iti«^
. „ £ rederic&sburg and Al«taudS&l^
' -. AllsPulfmaft?Ca.rs. : .'.'-No';extra^f«»^l
! other;thi^-uaualfPul!niaalcha*g!^g
Dinioe Car. ~- -.■-■"-::>■;
■6::34^.. Jr. Except Monday, itntaM
■- BYRD-STREET^STA^O^rM»HIS
' York: and Florida Spedrf^siJ«Kßll
Washington ; ; nndibeyoniLiMak««!«*gl
stops; -All .Pulimanfe€^wfc'SX<@««^
■ ■ .- ; tra-fare r ;;rother^than •vuumL". i 9*K^m
_ ■ ,man " charjre."g-Dinlns*Ca«^^^®^
: . •■?■*» "A." M. ! : Except fSundayi s front : iKLB*W&
IP«^if l&wJfj andSratermedlat's ?,poiate^^^p
i i " STRKST.4 STATION^ for^WasateW^
Jfcn and;:.beyond.'«s? Stops .l at^Knwiif
. O-«>n ;'Allett;-:iancl,>local6«t*tfWW»ll
'„ •'■: -' ■-'•!i* Ash land >:«. to p QuanUco.^* tnela&MWim
: 'Occofiuan. and Alexandria Balßfttp
»:«> gf^^:: ' S^y>H3^§
. Vfaahltustonr, and Sbeyond^-*W^»t^
;^^|Elba.V-Glen::'Allen r - : ;iuidplo<aa-*.«i»ig
tlons.^ Ashland -to i Quantfao3h«aii-S
v_\^l" five. ■ Oecoquan - ?nd j ■AlexandWa-'^S'S
; »r rW> -Noon, iExcept i Sonuayv^'f rom B^KD m
; STRSETvSTATICiNV foslWasMr«*S
ton. and beyond.*?; ":.>Stopsl'at?£m^
' Ashland. jDosTretr^>ti*fofd;'?iFt*Ar»S
; ;l .-erlcksburff, >and; A?exandrta. j ;tßu*«tf|
.;■;. -; I _• Parlor Car."^ Connect^ | .witha Cßß&m
sressionat Lam!to»l. '■va?- J ..y
; 5 :03 p.- IK Dai ly, ; ? t rom * M AIX-STKBBffp
" = STATION, ■?•-; for Wa»hJngton;»2 MWtf l
, . ' beyond.; Stops at :Do«wetl,"^'Pretf-gfe
; , ; ertckijburtr. ; and ; Alexanarla.; ileep»^
:In3'car-to?N'ffw^Yorß. .-- 'prtgmggi
4:0O P. M. Except -iJ: Sunday. *9m\!
... : ■ ;■-.;?:- BYRD-STRESrr*: 1 ::- STATIO^M««^S
;-.:commoc!atton .;for
; : ■'■:'■■ - ; an<li intprmc<tiaco noir.?* , ■
' O:l a , P. M: V Daily," .. f rom'--"-; EEiB A^g BT!AM
- ;: » TION^.- for rWaahinston sianrts*oa»®
■•'• : ; ;yond.'. Stops 7 - at ---Frederlckatturg;g
-,;;• "and Alexandria.^ Sleeping "Carato>"p
; •-.'- i -Kew>-York. .'Dinins fe.Caru^-^s«fea%
«:3O P-. jr. Except : Sunday from? EUMf&s
f.;. -.;: STATION. AccommodationiafptM
;r; r ••" A3hlandiand ■Interm«»^'af«' DOlntsf^gg
k »:0O P-M. Daily, Jfrom-.BTRD-aTRK^IfS
STATION*, for Washington^ and bc«p
, : -■-■:;; -vpnH: Stops at ; ElbarWAsblantKp
boswpii. .Mil ford. ;FredericksharF,,v
--X '-.. vWldewater,* :Quantico;( aadft
• Atexandris.;.";Stops f at T other «ata^?;|
■tiona Sunday.: Sleeping* Car,: RldHja
■■'■ •■■■; '-""■-■ mond > to ; N"ew.-York and ' Waahfng I *^
ton to Philadelphm. ■ • -"■ '
U:IO.P. I .M. Except Sun«Tayffrom>EJ^BA |S
' STATION p Accommodation J7^foi,g
\.i Ashland "and intermediate ~: ; pomt*3i ;
TRArXi* ARRIVE aiCKMONDrrSO^'ISISI
: ;;';;-^^.:cWarb.
6:40 A; M. Except k Sundayv 4 at y : EIMAiW,
; STATIOJr.r >- Accomm odat Jon # txomM
Ash'and SantT ; Intermediate >point*^
5:25 A: M. I .' Except.-; Sunday.* at tBYKO<»
STREET STATION.- Acoommodßill
V tion'- from : Frederick3bury? and 'ln*;tl
termediatei soint3. - .« ' ■ " : ' .;
; S:»a A. M-^Dally, - at ' BYRD-3TEE3B>|s
/ STATION. :. Stops ; at ■"'■ Alexandria?^
Wide water. Brooke. •'■: Frederic**;^
burg. 'Milf ord,' Doswell.:; Ashlandf §g
.- and Biba.?Stop» at • others statfonstg
Si'rday. Sleeping Car -New -YoricS
to Richmond.
13:35 P.;M.=Except ..Sunday, at2 ,BTTRI>--Jl
■■■■ StREET !STATIO>*-; Stopsjat r ilo^
cat stations, Washington -toFAsh-^i
■■-..- land^ Inclusive, JGlen Allen^and^*
Elbn. - i» \i
2:0O P. M Daily, at ELBA STATION^ff
-. Steps ,jrat "Alexandria- ar.d,":Fre*le--i ; i-;
. rlckpoursr. "- Sleeping Car ; ftom If*w;i|S
■ - York. - Dmlng Car '" '--*"_ -,
2:OO IV M. Daily, iat : aLMN-STHKETSrii
STATION". -Stops :;;at?. ? Arewuidrl«^l
Fr«Jderlcksburg..-Doswell^an<l s Aall-*' ;
- - land., = Sleeping Car, from T> l Ne«ft*
. . York;
s:Ba P. M. Except Sunday, jat -i-ELBAf ?g
- STATION. Accommodation v: from
Ashland 7 and intermediate «potata^i
> T:in RIVT. Daily; tat ---v.-BYRIVSTRKKn^
• STATION. ; Stops at iAlexandrtJ^ l^
Frederlcksburg. :;:-■• Dpswell; Aabland r ft.
and v Elba. -: : Sleeping r Cars f; f rpmrp,
New York -and; Washington!^ lifn-*!!
Ing Car. . , ..?,- ."'
B:-»o p. M. DaHy.. at" BYHT>-STBEi?sar*f
STATION.. Stops at local; st«tldtw»*f
Washington to Ashland Inclusive^?!;
Olen Allen and Elba. Buffet Par*«J
■■■■. lor Car. • :•-.'■■ ....;;;-' ...•■.,■.'•:■•■..-.• , : \;,.s*;^;vi
1»'29 P. jr. Daily, at MArN-STREETtS
STATION. and; Metros
'•"'' :'. politan IJmJtecl., J Stops, ;afc ; Alex-r«
j '-.'• andrla. ; -Fredericksburg.T -Dos-WelP^S
and. Ashland. „.; All Pullman iCartr^l
*INo extra?; fare.: -other :than*ustt«tp
'Pullman charge. Dining Car. .;.. -
11:0^ P. M/ Kxcept fJ«nday,::vat/;EI*BAIS
STATION. Accommodation -fcpxaSi
- . Ashland.
Xi:4».p. m. Except -Sunday,? -'at f:BYia>-*||
. . STREET ■ BTA^^^^N. . .New ;,Tcrlc
and Florida - Special.
atopa.AU Pullman Cars. Norfe«r^
- tra fare; other "than -usual SPOltef^
mar. charsre. D«ning Car. ;-, .
W. P. TAYT.OR. Traffic Manager.
r ;5- ;W. D. DtTTrPT^fTen^rari^ranager;^ <^
•' B. T . D . MYEFw3 .President. Jaljj
JANUARY S!> 1902. i
■ ■ 91£3£!lftFfI
iS^s^^wL^rJ • • TBAiMS .
AMI ,AB3I¥E
HEW KAIIi-STREET STATION
FKBKtAJtV I<>, X»O^. j
LEAVE RICHMOND. ,'
o:6a A: JI. Daily. Local to Old Potnt,||
Norfolk, and Portsmouth. Parlor
;■■ - Car. ■ ' - :';:'i. ■■._"• .'I--*'" "*■
1O:1O A. - - M.~' v Except -Sunday. -jLiJClliStfl*;^
■ Clifton : Forge. : J Connects^® foß^
'.:■:."■_' Orange, .Cuipeper. Calverton," andlg.
'-..,'■■ "Manassas.: ---, ." ■" . -f"_ ""„;
10:20 A. 1 M.i DaUy ' for Lynchburs.
lngton, and Ciitton Forge. ;Con« ;
necta. except SUndayV- for Bo4ii«y» .
■- Alberene, and New Castle. :/: ■
2:1O P. M.* Except > Sunday, ,"Wn3Sais-i*S
ton : and '•'; Old Point ■ Limited/*^* p»M
V Norfolk HVta. : ; Old rPolnt; ;Fartor.aadl^
; Observation carsto Old Point. J;:^:
:. ; 3:4sp;iL Dally. St- s ;Loui3 ■ and i Chlca^S
go' Limited. .Dtnins-car traln-^Pull-S
man 'or Clncir.natt.HLoalavUle.vandlli;
Ty St. Louis. Five to "eight hours'^
quickest line West. Connects
■ . Virginia Hot Springs.v^lyjcaKrraireiy
, ■•- 'I lollows ; ; St. v- Louis 4 Limited 3 Zxomfg,
Gordonsvllla >■ to Stauntonv except ;|
. -.Sunday. " - - a
4:0O P.- 11. Dally. * For .! Old ' Po ln t. ;■•;■ Nor-"*
folk,~ and "i Portsmouth: =: Pullman *tp> |?
- Old ; Point. - * Connects -at ? Old ; Po! Nt , •
: : with: Washington.": Baltimore, i^ndlla
• ' ■ ■: Cape \ Charles steamers. _",-;"'.
.•■■ B:1K p.':; M. -Kxcept : Sundays to Bcemo. -
* 5:3» P.-'M. Except | Sunday : to =Doswelt^^
10:ao p. M/ Daily.:: F;F>V^ Dlnlns'Cafcig
trafc' Connects for; Virginia^Hotja
.;: Springs., i Pullman jto Hlnton^Qon-^
/ -'■ : ::- necting wlth'Parlor; Car; to; Clnclh-ig
";- natU jahd rfPuilman- ; to CtncinnatJ; fe
y-. - Louisville' and ; the West. t
'■■•■-:■. ■ :v ; vi::;-— ~ * '
ARRIVE SEWIMIX-STHEET STA-,
■8:00 A. 1L Except" Sunder, from Do** r,
S:.*sO A: it. Dally /f rotn ?. ClnclnnatF. . ■:'•
iiK:4O ArM.* Except Sunday.; frora.ißremo.Wg
10:00 A. :M. • ' Dally f roai n."&
'"■■•-'- ■---'•■; Port?mbath. ■
1S:00 Noon. 'Except : Sunday, < from iKor*.^
?;>:?;, folk ancDPortsmouth;.
HS^O J>.. M.jDatly, from;. Cincinnati, u^vli
•;€t:3s -p.; Mr Daiv f rom :, Clifton Forgw ■"•■
'and : Lynchburg.'i and Sun-rig
" . ' day "from .New :Ca3!te;i L«lngto».p
:;: and Branch-- - - - -
< 0:43 P. 'M. ': Dally s from. :vNorfoEtei|an«is
; - Portsmouth. ' - -.'
ZSiiS P.lMrj Except I Sonday.^.'from|Qlf*S
ton Forge 'and > ChartQtte»vin<sv
: -. ■ c Apply .- at - 800 east Z Main ; street^! 90S af#a»fe;Sf.
Main street. Murphy*3 f HoteT. ,«or >Ninr4i;
-Ma I n-3t r set,s et , Sta t ton ticket office* ; for ]t&f*M
itheri Information. . . »J*JsfaS» J *JsfaS
H.^W.";FX7I»LEK; 1 •>] JOIIN:D.-'POTTS^^S
C E. DOYLE. Genera! Maaisetiis^S
ga ' 9 >. ; -r-:..r ■■:.••■•
TO BALTIMORE -■ ;';' :
Via C. & O. Railwa|f|i^
-i I*C4V# RICttSIOSdJ r Via Ch(Mkp#kkC'' Sl^ "'--
4;SP.t!M.?lcawt^ttNrs*feOld:»^KipW^
the superb steatminrofth* 014 Bajt-ltmiy
leaving xt 1:11 P. jf.; irrlvln* BilUttoT.
with i ail ' train* North.^ Eaac. •aS^«S£:
Shorts rail ; r!d« - and laUJ.itfghk) o.of iSmmm
the finest . steamers la southern watcnL- "
Returning.. -i" artive Rlehm<w«t '.ata» J^Sg^
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