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makeis and sG?te\
mono moo's h
sfooss £foa« any o^eiAjg^pm^P^^^ V Lf ,
tfro world. YiHY 7 r^-^HI
. BEGAUSE J^fade of the best im*\\
W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes placed ~ nt .* nr t -.^..j { I
6 idc by side -with $5.00 and $6.00 shoes P orte^ and American Ifi
; of other makes are found to be just as leathers, itlCludlflg P&' ,
• I rStt I Ssosho°es tWC * r * W ° ***** ° f tent Corona Kid, Corona
Colt and Rational IQcin* [
r BECAUSE garco.
> His reputation for the best $3.50
t: shoos in =1346, fit and Vcar is world Fast Color Eyelets and
; wide. Always Black Hooks used. 8
MM^woTffiff tela intat " e lam " ■■BoYsanwaarW.L.Bou- \
WBB3B3B^mB gFso $2 S QQ Strong Mads \
1899=: 898,1 8g Fairs. e»e.^.^_ _ w«— <x.*«~ «4< *7«r 1
■■■■bhlehesmsii - Shoes ; Youtts s s w &3b7&b I
mSmf^ilmlii if ii ijf f ir ?l Shoes b mail ° 5 cents extra I
1901 — 1,566,720 Pairs.
BmaJneu More Than Doubled //> Four Years. BrOCktot, MfISS. 8
To say that I am surprised
at their action will convey but
a slight idea of the' value I set
upon ■— Bipans- Tabules, I de
rived immediate benefit, and
to Ripans- Tabules am deeply
indebted for feeling as I do
to-day.. . If the people of this
country knew the efficac} 7 " of
Ripans Tabules for stomach
and head troubles they would
be relieved from many afflic
tions.
The Five-cent packet is enough for ail ordi
;-l ■■-.■-. nary occasion. The family bottle, 60 cts.,
contains a supply for a year.
. aLaS pi r ite ' M :
FORTHE WDMAR of FASHION
' at!u S&diho STROtISUBIER &€O. WJ^i
/?£■+ xA MANUFACTURERS ?W» V 'V\
„*«!UO^ 41? BROADWAY. KEW YORK.
•zc l-Tu&Th-oe.no.f e.mh.ap&n-y)
•• /^^^^ ;^ Cement, Lime, and
;:Jg^ portlakd IGfld tOud npCo
■•■.telr i :r^ — ~~/7oi c aye le es^- ne °
Li me, Cement and .
N^^^P^ Terra Cotta Pipe,
§||p? ' .m. m^ r: - i ''-\ -'-*-& and we want your business.
l^pTOprices and let us send you a sample.
SSBaLD\A/SIM & BROWN,
fe^enU for the Old Dominion Portland Cement.
THE RICHMOND DISPATCH.-TUESDAY. AP^IL L 1902.
TIOfcEmSiiSESSIONSi
SEIfATB AKD HOUSE i AT BUT. ' '/A
FEW MINUTES YBSTiERDAY.
WILL ADJOURN WEDNESDAY.
It i» Expected That the Final Ad
journment Will Be Taken To-
Morrow— The Bills Up Yesterday
, Were Not of Importance.
The : HtUo sessions of the . liCgislature
yesterday were purely of a. formal • char
acter, there being many lacking of a
quorum in each branch. It may be_that
the two houses will adjourn for: the term
to-day, though it is. not expected they will
do so before. to-morrow. ■ But there will be
nothing more done of general interest.
There are very few of the old members
in the city, nearly all of thorn having
returned to their homes. Those here; are
having a good time with their friends or
attending to business matters which they
were .unable' to look after, during the ses
sion. _'. ■ . ■ ■■■••.""•
The fact is commented upon that the
committee clerks and the pages of the
two bodies have not received the-addi
tional pay this year, as usual, probably
due to the fact that there was such a
long recess.- .
THE SENATE.
There were eight mem'oers in their seats
when.the Lieutenant-Governor called the
Senate to order at 4 o'clock. Messrs. An
derson, Barksdale. Byars. Claytor, Lyle,
Massie, Walker and ATatkins.
A communication was received from the
Governor saying he had vetoed the Pro
tective Insurance Company's bill which
gave it the right to combine with other
companies to make a general rate, in
convention of .the Wharton law, which
has just t'eon repealed.
. Mr. Claytor offered a reso lution thank
ing Sergant-af-Arms Watkins, Doorkeeper
Donald and T. A. Lynch and Mr. Her
bert Mann. Clerk Button's assistants, for
their faithful and courteous services. The
resolution was adopted. A similar resolu
tion-was adopted some days ago thanking
the other officers of the Senate
Mr. Anderson seconded the adoption of
a joint resolution permitting the introduc
tion of a bill to incorporate t'ne Tuck
ahoe Country Club of Richmond. The
House is expected to concur to-day.
Mr. Barksdale secured the passage of
a bill making the. malicious -killing of
horses or -cattle a felony.
The Senate adjourned after having been
in session but a few minutes.
Honsc of Delegates,
There was not a quorum of members
in the Hcure of Delegates when Speaker
Ryan called for order at 12 o'clock yester
day. Of the twenty-five members who
were faithful, few of them had any bus
iness to attend to. Even those few did
not seriously expect to accomplish any
thing.
As it was no business could be dispatch
ed, first, because there was little to be
done, and second, because there was no
quorum present.
The members having no business on the
calondar that is not contested and there
fore could not be enacted, dispensed with
thn roll call, the reading of the minutes.
and all other routine, and passed one bill
only.
■ ' THE : SLOT-MACHINE BILL. -.-.-/;.
Mr. .Whitehead explained the innocence
of the bill to charter the Novelty Manu
facturing Company, which he said he did
not wish to have dismissed in disgrace.
He declared that the company did not in
tend to make or sell slot machines. Amid
great amusement the bill was dismissed,
at his request.
More amusement followed when Mr.
Whitehead proposed to charter a gas
company.
i Mr.-Hunlejr. objected^to. a. monopo.ly,. and,
the Speaker declared the~point well taken.
The bill did not pass. (Great laughter.)
At 12:30 o'clock after a session in which
only one bill, allowing a man to practice
pharmacy was passed, the House ad
journed to Tuesday at 12 o'clock.
The House has practically finished all
business and is awaiting the action of
the Governor on the bills which have
been passed. ..-,...
So Delay in Bills. ' "^ ' T =''
The enrollment of bills was finished last
night. This is the first time in many
years that such has been the case. Usu
ally the Legislature has been detained
because the bills were not enrolled and
ready for the signature of the Governor.
H. B. Owen, enrolling clerk, and Mr.
Whitehead, of the House Committee on
Enrolled Bills, were at work reading and
comparing the bills yesterday.;
On inquiry the statement was made that
all the bills passed by the House were
ready for the signature of the Governor
last night. This state of progress is due
to the efficiency of the members of the
Enrolling Committee, of which' Mr. Not
tingham, of the House, is chairman, and
to the energy, skill and hard work of H.
D. Owens and his assistants. Despite the
fact that there was a large number of
bills, a much larger number than usual,
hurried through at this distinctively'bus
iness session; there will be no delay in
presenting them to the Governor for- his
signature.
NEW BANK- PRESIDENT.
Mr. L. B. Tntum Becomes the Head
of the Metropolitan.
At a meeting of the manage
ment of the- Metropolitan Bank
of Virginia, held yesterday, the following
directors were elected, namely: S. \V.
Travers, Thomas N. Carter. Henry L.
Cabell. E. G. Leigh, Jr.. Lucien B. Tatuin.
A. Yon Rosenegk, L. TV. Williams, and
B. T. Crump.
Mr. Lucien B. Tatum was elected presi
dent, Mr. Henry L. Cabell, vice-president,
and Mr. Henry A. Williams, cashier.
Mr. Taium, the new president of the
bark, luis fcr ir.nny years been identified
with the banking and other " important
business interests of this city, having for
years been a director in the National
Bank of Virginia, and several other bank
ing institutions. 'He also organized and
successfully managed the Virginia Steam
boat Company, of which he was vice-pres
ident and a large owner. He' has for sev
eral year*-, been president of the Richmond
Wyotiiing Mica Company, of New. York,
r.nd viee-VJ'<.'ssdent of the Richmond Mica
Company, oi this citj-^
HEAUD AT ■ WABBEXTOS.
Interest in the Dispensary Matter—
The Races in April.
VwVRRENTOX, TA.. March 31.—(Spe
cial.)—The advocates', of a dispensary are
jubilant over the action. of the Legislature
in allcv.-ing the town the privilege of
voting on the question. The day set for
this special election Is Saturday, A'&ril
26th. The election promises to be one' of
the most exciting in the history of the
town. Both sides are already marshall
ing their field forces, and' a very full
vote will be the result. If the. dispensary
becomes operative. April 30th will mark
the closing day . of the retail whiskey
business. . . . *
Joe Kendall Camp of Confederate Vete
rans at a recent meeting elected A. D.
Smith,; "W. A. Rucker, . and J. L>. Lake
delegates, and A. F. Rose. -How-son's Hoo'e,
and W. 8. . G. Shumate alternates.. to the
Grand Camp of • Confederate Veterans,
which will be held -in Dallas. Tex., April
22th-2th.:. "'' . •
Thomas Nelson Page was. a. recent visi
tor to this community as the guest of Mr.
L. D. Passano, Jr. / He was attracted to
Warrenton on account of the well-de
served reputation that I it- has as .a , horse
centre.. Dr. .Pago was much pleased with"
the various-driving teams; shown him,'
and , will . return at an early date to make
a purchase.- He was.accorapaniedbyhls'
daughter.- -"•■■■■/■;;.,.;■:-::-■ :■[•■?: ■•'■■: : ; -.y..;-; ,'■:'■ '
: In : addition '; to • tho > handsome silver cup
to be given \w;Zlr. John "SL Towngend. 'ot
-■■•■ '~i :■■ ■;=■: :'*>' : . c'-:-- •■-:- ■;-. ■■.■*■:■;. . ■ ■ - .> ■ - ■.. „-■■. • .;».: .. .. :
the' Orange County '\ Hunt i'dub. % of iJNew^
;Tork,xto\the" winnef^of the ; farmers' ' race
on' the 6ccasloh-bf;th"e-p6int-to-polnt*racea;
Apriljath^Mr^Towhscnd will-give a beau-:
tlful\cut-glass;;t9bacc6' jar to the; winner
of I the :\ heavy-weight f : class, : and , a .very
handsome "scarf -gin^ to. the 'winner in the
light-weight "class" '' : ' . . ; ' *
' The famous ~"Extra : Billie" Rogers tract
of larid^ln- the. upper? end 'of the county,
containing* soo? acres,,; has -been, sold to [a.
Mr. Adams," of. New ' York; for J5.000. -
TS • S OUTHWE ST VIRGINIA.
Bank to Be Organized in Wise
'County — Bristol XeTV«.' .
: BRISTOL, , VA., : March 31.— (Special.)—
Mr.' J. •'; E. . Bradihg has ■ resigned the posi
tion ; of "cashier of the Dominion National
Bank, of this city, and. will go to Nor
ton, Wise , county, Va., to complete . the
organization of a bank there tobeknown
as'the First National Bank of Norton.
•This new institution: will be backed iby
some of the prominent .coal' operators in
Wise county, and will be capitalized at
$25,000.'-.. Mr.'. Brading, who will bo cashier
and manager of the new institution, states
that it will be open and ready for business
on May Ist.
The new bank recently organized at
Mountain' City, East Tennessee, -with a
capital of. 525,000, is doing a successful
business, since that town secured the ex
tension of the Virginia and; Southwestern
railway, with 'its attendant mine opera
tions. '■■-•■.
MAYORALTY; CONTEST.
'■Ex -Mayor W. A. Rader, who served as
the' city's chief executive for a number
of years, beginning about 1590," has an
nounced himself as. a candidate for that
position again, and will be actively in the
race this spring.
Mr. Rader is a Conederate veteran arid
shov.-s the scars of battle, having had
one' hand shot partially off during the
war.
Mr. J. W. Parrish, the Lynchburg con
tractor, who was awarded the contract
for. erecting the hospital group of build
ings at the National Soldiers'. Home, at
Johnson City. East Tennessee, has ac
tively begun the work of construction.
The- excavating - was done during the
winter months, and most of the concrete
foundations have since been put in. Work
is now in progress on the walls. The
contract will very soon be let for the erec
tion of barrack buildings and other build
ings to be in the second group.
PURE and HEALTHFUL I
The titst aixd most wholesome I
fl^l^di^st|M^27d|3 with: I
vOGesigi€K';s\e f\igi\est\|
merited feet product I
THE EXTENSIVE S^LEOF GOOD LUCRES
BAKING POWDER. ISA UNIVERSAL^!
'TESTIMONY OF 175 EXCELLEKCE/'J
SOLD IN SOLID TRAIN-LOAD LOT&i I
H<vrvu/'o.ctu."ed by ' .. $
THE SOUTHERN {MANUFACTURING COlj
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Little Liver Pills.
Eclust Ssasp Signature of
See Far-Slm2!c Wrapper Below.
■ Tery ezacU and as easy
j tc take as ts-agt^r.
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Wi SypSv FOR TQRFiS iIVE^I.
' PBU"S FOR COaSTIPATIOH.
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CURE"""'"" '•* "ACHE.
(Tu.Th.Sal&w)
DEPARTURE OP STEAMERS. .
ESrU^t^B'Si?" Best tours. Lowest prices.
IB TO RS T P Sail Jul - V lsth »nd July Ist,
fe> i 2 & 6 &* Address Edwin Jones." 462
Putnam ay., Brooklyn. N. Y. Tour July Ist,
visiting England, France, Belfrini, $195.
iah IS-Tu&T)i-0t
MERCHANTSvANDMINEHS 3
TRANSPORTATiONCOMPANY'S
Steamship Lines.
.Direct itouce. to
fIOSTUX, MASS., AXD PKOVIDEXCE,
■ It. J". ' , ' ,-.
Steamers leave .Norfolk- for Boston
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, and
SATURDAY; for Providence TUESDAY,
FRIDAY, and SUNDAY at 6 P. M.
/Accommodations and cuisine unsurpass
ed. - -.-' '-. " ' ~ ■ .. ' ' ' V, ••;
Paasengers and freight taken for ail
New England points. .
Tickets on sa'e at Chesapeake and Ohio
and Norfolk and Western railway ! offices
and &03 etat Main street. -. „
■..':.-■ R. H. WRIGHT. Agent.
■ delS-ts ■■;■-.- r Norfolk. Va.
: v75: m&■ nlcain: Lj 5 n <&.
NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON
-■'; ■ Sailing" Wednesdays "atrlO A. M. ■,
St. :. Paul:. ..-..April 2 I Philadelphia...Ap". 1G
St. , Louis.. r. April {9 | St. Paul ....April 23
•;:ißed^ : SS:ar;ioine; ;: ;: : ,
. NEWvYORK— ANTWERP— PARI3.'
; 'v : Sailing .at Noon." .
Frie^'and l.v.April J { Pennlarid r...April 14
Southwark.;.Aprllt;9 , :■.-,.- -.-s -;i. ■/(. 3 ,V. ! M. '■
•: ■:-■• : •'■;;-!:- : •■':'•.>■ ! : Vaderland.i..Ap: -.16
- -.International • Navigation Company,.
.. ' • Pier3l4"and;ls.;North -river, .
':,'-*■,'. ■ -■ Office,- 733roadway;'-N^-Y^ ,
'.S:. - ' -■ W:> B^fPALMER^&^CO^^
h) my 15, '88-Tu,Th&3at ■ • - - Rlchnond. v
RAILROAD XIJTE3.
B ffl E&zzfki Hjjfcj^l 1
N^WNorfolk^Weslern
; : Aovcniber 24, 1901. • '
Leave richmoad (b aily), ' byrd
:'. ■ . ;' . ; _ ■ STREET ; STATION. „ . - ■ .-U
»:OO A. VM-, NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar
- rives Norfolk:U^oA. M. Stops ; only
'- r ■'- at" Petersburg; : Waverly, and';buf
folk.' Stops -i at -Wakefield only.:to
let-off passengers' holding .tickets
from Richmond and Petersburg;
0:05 A. M..-THE, CHICAGO EXPRESS.
, for Lynchburg," ; Roanoke, Colum
• bus; and-.Chicago. -Buffet Parlor
: Car; Petersburg to Roanoke. Puu
man Sleeper Roanoke to Coium
. ■;'" bus; also, for Bristol: •Konxville.
- and. Chattanooga. Pullman Sleeper
Roanoke ; to" Knoxville. . .
3:OO P. M., Ocean Shore Limited. Ar-;
:. rives. "Norfolk 5:20 P. -M. Stops only
at Petersburg, Waverly, and Sut
folk. Connects" at Norfolkjvwithj
steamers to BD3ton, Providence,
■ New York,' Baltimore, and Wash
ington. ■ . ■■ ■ '.-■■■ ':-■
. TS3P. M.; for Suffolk, Norfolk, and in
" . termediate stations. Arrives at
■Norfolk. at ■ 10:40 ;-P. M.
O:1O P. M., for Lynchburg and .Roa
noke. Connects at Lynchburg with
Washington and Chattanooga Lim
ited. Pullman Sletpers Lynchburg
to Memphis and New Orleans.
Cafe,' Parlor, and Observation Cars
KadfordUo Attala, Ala, Pullman
Sleeper between Richmond, and
Lynchburg. . Berths ready for oc
cupancy at 8:30- P. M. Also, Pull
man Sleeper Petersburg and Roa-
Trains arrive Richmond from Lynch;
burg and the West daily at T:3o
A. M. and S:SG P.-M. ; from Nor
folk and the. East at Jl:io A. M.,
11:42 A. M., and G:SO P. M.
Office: 533 Main street.
■ JOHN E. WAGNER,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
; ■• i - -■ C. H. BOSLEY,
District Passenger Agent.
• W. B. BEVILL, .
General Passenger Agent.
General Offlce: Roanoke. Va. £c 23
ATLANTIC-COAST LINE.
Scliedule in Effect January 14, 190^.
TRAIXS ;IEAVE RICHMOND—BYRD
STREET STATION.
9:00 A. ar., NORFOLK LIMITED, Dai
ly. Arrives Petersburg 9:81 A. M.,
Norfolk 11:20 A.M. Stops only a.i
Petersburg, Waverly, and SullolK.
0:05 A.M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg
9:49 A. M., Weldon ll:E0 •A. J. 1.,
Fayetteville 4:25 P. M., Charleston
10:55 P. M., Savannah 2:50 A. 11.,
Jacksonville 8:30 A. M.. Port Tam
pa 7:10 P. M. Connects at Wilson
with No. 47, arriving Goldsboro* 3:20
P. M., Wilmington 6 P. M. Pull
mkn Sleeper New York to Jackson
ville
11:55 A. M. Daily, except Sunday. Ar
rives Petersburg 12:35 P. M. Stops
Manchester, Drewry'3 Bluff. . Oen
tralia, and Chester on signal. _
S:0O P. M. OCEAN SHORE LIMITED.
Daiiy. Arrives Petersburg o:30 P.
M., Norfolk g:2O P. M. Stops only
•"•■ : at Petersburg, Waverly, and Sut
•. • H folk.
4:30 P.-. M. Daily, except Sunday. Ar
rives Petersburg S:IS P. M., TV r eldon
. 7:35 P. M., and Rocky Mount 9P.
'• ■ • ■■ M... Makes all -intermediate stops.
G:O6 P. M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg
7 P. M. Makes all stops.
7:23 P. M.' FLORIDA AXD WEST IN
DIAN LIMITED. Dally. Arrives
Petersburg 7:. r )9 P. M. Connects
With Norfolk and Western I'pr Nor
folk and intermediate points: Era
poria 9:03 P. M. (connects with At
. lantic and Danville ror stations be
. • tween Emporia and .^awrence
ville);'Weldon 9:35.P- M., Fayette
ville •• 12:32 A. -M..-- Charleston 6 A.
M., Savannah 0:06' A.-M., Jackson
' vllle 12:45 P. M.. Port Tampa 11:30
P. M.
NEW-LINE TO MIDDLE GEOR
GIA POlNTS.— Arriving Augusta
7:55 A. M., Macnn 11:15 A. M., At
lanta 12:35 P. M.. ThomssvlUe 2:25
P. M. 'Pullman Slocncr New York
to Wilmington, Charleston, Port
Tampa, Jacksonville, Augusta, and
Macon.
9:10 P.M. Daily. Arriving Petersburg
9:55 P. M. Connects at Petersburg
with Norfolk and" Western rail
way, arriving Lynchburg 2:30 A.
M., Roanoke 5 A. M., ; Bristol 10:40
A. M. Pullman Sleeper Richmond
to Lynchburg.
J 1:30 P. M. > Daily. Arrives Petersburg
12:10 A. M. ' „„„
11:50 P. M. Daily, except Sunday. THE
NEW YORK AND FLORIDA
SPECIAL. Arrives Charleston 9:36
A. M-. Savannah 10:50 A. M., Jack
sonville 2:50 P.M., St. -Augustine
4:00 P. M.. Tampa 10:40 P. >!.■;• -
TRAINS ARRIVE- RICH3IOMJ.: .
8:57 A. M. Daily. From J-acksonvllle,
Savannah. Charleston, Atlanta
Macon, Augusta, and all points
South. . , ■
0:40 A. M. • Dally, except Monday.
From Tampa. St. Augustine, Jack
sonville. Savannah, and Charles
ton.
7:35 A. M. Daily. From Peiersourg,
Lynchburg, and the West.
SMS A. -M. Daily, except Sunday.
Petersburg local. „
11:10 ArMJ Daily, except Sunday. From
. ' ; Goldsboro" and intermediate sta
■ J tions, Norfolk, and Suffolk.
11:42 A.M. Dally. From Norfolk, Suf
folk, and Petersburg. L . „
11:10 A. M. Sunday only. From Norfolk.
Suffolk, and Petersburg. r
2:15 P. M. Daily, except Bunday. From
Petersburg. "
7:45 P. M. Daily. From Miami, Port
Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah,
Charleston. Wilmington, Golds
boro', and all points South. -
C:SO P. M. Daily. From Norfolk, Suf
folk, and Petersburg.
8:50 P. M. Daily. From Petersburg,
Lyr - ChbUrS ' T^M^MMERSON.
Traffic Manager.
J. R.> KENLT,
General Manager. .
H. M. EMMERSON,
General Passenger Agent.
C. SV CAMPBELL.
Division Passenger Agent,
ia 14 K3B east Main street. %
. DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS.
It'or Xe^v Yerlc, tlie Xoi-tli, niv«! East.
PASSENGERS can leave daily except
Sunday, by Chesapeake and Ohio railway
at 1> A. M. via Norfolk, and P M
via Old Point and Norfolk, or i> a: M.'and
a P. M. by Noriolk. and. Western rail
way, via Norfolk, both lines connecting
with direct steamers sailing same day or
by company's, new steamer Brandon
leaving Monday, --Wednesday, and Friday
at 7 P. M.. arriving ; at. Norfolk -at 6 A
M., there transferring, to New York
St FRE e iGHT for all northern, eastern
and foreign^orta, received at company's
wharf, Rockettc, and forwarded daily
»f pent Sunday.
except CSU FROM NEW YORK.
PASSENGERS can leave daily, exceDt
Sunday, froni^ company's pier , No ?,.
North river, a. » P. _i 1... for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk, connectlnsr with
Chesapeake and and Norfolk and
Western- trains for Richmond, or with
Jew steamer Brandon, leaving Norfo j-
Tuesday Thursday, and Sunday 7 P \r
■FREIGHT received and forwarGed daily
except Sunday
■Tickets on sale -at company's office. Ul2
east'-- Mala.' street; Richmond Tranifef
Company's, SOS.ea^t Main street; ii ur l
phy'3 Hotel. Chesapeake and Ohio, and
Richmond -and Petersburg H i C h
m ond. BaggE-Se checked throusru to all
P( For 'further information apply to
For JOHN:F. MAYER. Agent,
S 1212 east Main -street, Richmond, Va.
General oilicea: 81 Beach street, corner
West street. New York.cN.- Y.
H. •B. WALKER. J. J. BROWN.
Traffic Manager. Gen'l Piss. Ag-ent.
CLYDE STEAMS HlP "'^atSte^
.. COMl'ANi', - ~le2£
PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND, AND
WOKt'OLiK-STBAMSiiIf ; UNE.
■-■ Appointed;, sailing .? days -.evrey iT'JESi
I> AY, FRIDAY, and ; SUNDAY :.at d;i;;i
Hl»:\t.- * J . >-, ,' l - . :;
Freight j received daily ,: until: s P. M. x ;
■ For^further information iapply": to ,V\
•."■ ■■* •■ ;";■*• "•.i';:-" ; ;.^- •vJ; i WVU M'CARRICIC : ;
(general? Southern>Agent;. Office, Rocketta.
I -'-.'nAILROADMSISS.
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LEAVE m ARRIVE
HEWMAiH-STREETSTATJON.
FEUUUAKY 10. !««>-•
LEAVE RICHMOND.;
0-00 A M- Dally- .Local to Old Point.
Norfolk, and Portsmouth. Parlor
io-lO'a^Al. Except Sunday. Local to
Clifton Forge. Connects Tor
! Orange, Culpeper, Calverton, and
Manassas. :•" .
1O:2O A. M. Daily for Lynchburgr, . Lex
ington, and Ciifton , Forge. Cca
nects, except bunday. for Rosney,
Alberene, and New Castle:
2-1O P M. Except Sunday. "Wash-ns
" . ton and Old Point Limited." for
Norfolk via Old Point: Parlor and
Observation cars to Old Point.
2-45 P. "M. Daily. St. Louis and Chica
go Limited. Dir.ing-car train. Pull
man for Cincinnati. Louis\ulle, and
St. Louis. Five t<, eight hours 1
Quickest line West. Connects for
Virginia Hot Springs. Local train
follows St. Louis Limited from
G.ordonsville to Staunton, except
4-00 P. n M. Daily. For Old Pofrit. Nor
' . folk, and Portsmouth. Pullman to
Old Poirt. Connects at Old Point
v.ith Washington. Baltimore, .and
<"*ape Charles steamer.;.
5-15 P M. Except Sunday to Bremo.
f»-*no P* M Except Sunday to Doswell.
10-3O P. *M. Daily. F- F. V. D-nir.g Car
train. Connects for -Virginia Hot
- Springs. 'Pullman to Hlnton. con
necting with Pullman to Cincin
nati. Louisville, and the West.
ARRIVE SEW STAIN-STREET • STA
TION.
8:00 A. jr. Except Sunday, from Do«j
woll.
S:3O A. M. Daily from Cincinnati.
S:4O A.-M. Except Sunday, from Bremo.
1O:OO A. M. D,-:jy from Norfolk and
Portsmouth.
12:OO Noon. E"xcept Sunday, from Nor
folk and Portsmouth.
?>:HO P. Mi Daily from Cincinnati.
6:35 P. :VI. Daily from Clifton Forge
' and Lynchburg, and except Sun
day from New Cnstle. Lexington,
avttf Buckinchara Branch.
G:45 P. M. Daily " from Norfolk and
■ Portsmouth.
S:ls P. M. Except Sunday, from Clif
ton Forge and Charlottesviile.
I Apply at SCO east Main street. 903 east
Main street, Murphy's Hotel, or New
Main-Street Station ticket offices for fur
ther information.
H. W. FULLER, JOHN D. POTTS
G. P. A. A. G. P. A.
C E. DOYLE. General Mc*mger.
Cfe 9) -
ScJieilale in Effect 3lareh 2. lOOil.
trajas leave richmond—north
-wj; rb.
-4:07 A. M. Daily, from BTRD-STREET
STATION, for Washington arid
beyond. Stops at Miiford, Fred
er'iksburs, and Alexandria. Sleep
ing Cars to Washington and New-
York, inning Car.
U::45 A. M. Daily. irorn MAIN
STREE^T STATION, Florida and
* Metropolis •/ .Limited, for Wash
ington ana beyond. Stops at
Fredericksburg and Alexandria.
All Pullman Cars. No extra fare,
- other than usual Pullman charge.
Dining Car.
«::54 A. M. Except Monday, from
BYRD-STREET STATION. New
, York ar.d Florida Special, for
Washington ar.d beyond. Makes nc
stops. All Puliman Cars. No ex
tra, fare, other than usual Puli
man charge. Dining" Car.
~:~* A. M. Except Sunday; from ELBA
STATION, ancomodation for Ash
land ana intermediate points.
8.00 A. M. Sunday only, from BYRD
STRSfiT STATION. fo r Washing
ton and beyond. Stops at Elba,
G^n Allen, and local stations,
Ashland to Quantlco inclusive,
Occoquan and Alexandria. Buffet
Parlor Car
o:50 A. M. Except Sunday, from
BYRD-STREET STATION. for
• Washington . ar.d beyond. Stops at
;,;~ ; Elba, Glen Allen, nnd local sta
tions. Ashland to Quantico Inclu
sive. Occoquan snd Alexandria.
I-:OO Noon, Except Sunuay, I'rotn BTKD
STREET STATION, for Wash'n?
tcn and beyond. Stops at Elba,
Ashland. Doswelt. MUford; Fred
ericksburg. and Alexandria. Buffet
Parlor Car. Connect." v.-ith Con
gressional LimitPd.
5:05 P. Mi Pally, from MAIN-STREET
STATION, for Washington and
' beyond. Stops at Doswe!!. Fred
■ cricksburg. and Alexandria. Sleep
ing Car to New York.
4:OO P. M. Except Sunday. Crom
BYRD-STREET STATION, Ac
commodation for Fredericksburs
and intermediate points.
6:13 P. M. Daily, from ELBA STA
TION, ■ for Washington and be
yond. Stops at Fredericksburs;
and Alexandria. Sleeping Car to
New York. Dining Car.
6:SO P. M. Except Sunday, from ELBA
STATION. Accommodation for
Ashland and Intermediate Doints.
8:O5 P. M. Daily, from BYRD-STKEET
STATION, for Washington and be
yond. Stops at Elba. Ashland.
DosTv-elr. Miiford. Fredericksburg,
Brooke, Widewater, Quantico, and
Alexandria.- Stops at other sta
tions Sunday. Sleeping Cir Rich
mond to New York and Washing
ton to Philadelphia.
11:10 P. M.' Excepi Sunday from ELBA
STATION*. Accommodation for
Ashland vy. 'ntenr.ediate points.
TRAIXS ARRIVE .» -.CH3IOXD—SOUTII
jIWARDi
6:40 A. M. Except Sunday, at ELBA
STATION. Accommodation from
Ash.'and and intermediate points.
8:25 A. M. Except Sunday, at BYRD
STREET STATION. Accommoda
tion from Fredericksburg and in
termediate points.
8:4O A. M. Dally. at BYRD-STREET
STATION. Stop 3at Alexandria,
Widewater, .Brooke. Frederick3
burg, Miiford, Doswell, Ashland.
and Elba, Stops at other stations
Sunday. Sleeping Car New York
to Richmond-.
IS;SSP.M. Except Sunday, at HYRD
• STREET STATION." Stops at lo
cal stations, Washington to Ash
fe land inclusive. Glen Allen and
Elba.
2:00 P. M Daily, at ELBA STATION.
Stops at Alexandria and Frede
ricksburg. Sleeping Car from New
York. Dining Car
2:00 P. M. Daily, at MAIN-STREET
STATION. 3toi?a yat Alexandria.
Fredericksburg. Doswell. and Ash
land. Sleeping Car from New
Ycrk.
5:53 P. M. Except Sunday, at ELBA
STATION. Accommodation from
Ashland and intermediate points.
T:i3 P. M. Daily. at BTRT>-STREBT
STATION. Stops at Alexandria.
Fredericksburg. Doaweli. AshJand.
and Elba. Sleeping Cnrs from
New York and Washington. Dir.
. \-r\~t (jar
B:4O.t>'."°.m: Dally, at BYRD-STREET
STATION. Stops at local stations,
Washington to Ashland inclusive.
Glen Allen and Elba. Buffet Par
lor Car.
30-29 P. M. Daily, at MAIN-STREET
STATION. -Florida and Metro
politan Limited. Stops at -Alex
andria, Fredericksburg. Doswell,'
and Ashland. All Pullman Cars.
No extra fare, other than usual
-, ,w» £ ullman charge. Dining Car.
11:00 p. yj. Except fJunday. at ELBA
bTATION. Accommodation from
Ashland.
11 :4t> £"~;' L Except Sunday, at BYRD
STREBT STATION. New Ycrk
and Florida Special. -Makes -no
stops.- -All -.Pullman Cars. No 'ex
tra fare, other than usual Pull
man charge. Dining Car.
W. .P. 'TAYLOR. Traffic Manager.
V/.-p. DVKV.. General .Manager.
B. T. D. MYERS.; President. Jilt
DKPAIITURE OP STEAMSHIPS.
IRGiHIA. NAVIGATION CO.
J||fc JAMES RIVER
DAY LINE.
Steamer Pocahontas leaves 'every MON
DAY. WEDTCEpOAY. and FRIDAY at
7 A. M- for '•NoriolK, Portsmouth,; Old
Point", Newport -News, UI iU
'James- river" landings, and: connecting at
Old Point and Norfolk- for Washingtoa
Baltimore, and. the North. - '
• state-rooms i reserved for the might at
moderate •.-. :;.:-. ' :^. : •- : .-
Electric-cars -direct: to ,the wharf. Faro
only l $1.50 and $1 " to . Nor folk. ■? Music b v
Grand- Orchestrions v ; -
Freight received for.; above-named places
" and* aUii points -fin V'EasternV*virg!nta-~ and
North -Carolina. ; IRVIN aWEISIGER^;"
' ' ' O«nerar Manaser.
■• A Barber. Jr.. fccretary. Tjaa
n iiLnoxo, lwej;
C§ -K^t ~-jui!~}v3\ :^£^§v3
■ RAILWAY
.Schedule in Effect Feb. 3.0, 1D(k:.
Trains Leave. and Arrive ltth-StreeJ
. ' . station.
TRAILS LEAVE RICHSIOMJ, VA.
1O:2O A. 31-, No. 9, daily for Durham, N*.
C.. : Danville, and all lochl stattoaa
south, connecting at BurkeviUti
. with Norfolk and Western railway
for Farmville. Lynchburg ar.d all
1 r local stations Westr at Jeffreys foe
-local stations on Norfolk Division,
' to Danville; at Oxford for Ken
: derson. '
Z:3O P. M.. No. 2?, limited train daily.
•for r Jacksonville and all Florida
• points; Havana, Nassau, etc. Con
- nects at Mo3eley with 7arc\vil!a
and Powhatan railroad; at
Greensboro' for Durham, Raleigh.
, and Winston-Salem; -at ; Charlotte
with No. ?5. ' United Stare.i fctss
mail, solid tra.ln. dally, for ' New
■Orle?ns and polnt3 So.ith, whicS
carries Sleepers to New Orleans.
Drawir.*C-Room Sleeper 'Kichmontl
to '■ A.tlanta and E'.rmtnghfiTn.
Through train, with Sleeper. Balia
bury to Memphis. Dinlng-C»r aer
vice. -
lx:30 P. M-. No. 11. oouthern Expreira,
daily for Atlanta, Augusta. Jack
sonville, and points South. Sletper
far Dajvlile. Greensboro'," Saijs
bury. «XX Charlotte, open at Rich
mond 95t) P- M. Connection with
Nttv York and Florida Express and
00-athTJSH^Tii Limited, which car
ries through Sleepers to Augusta.
Savannah, Jacksonville. Tampa.
Nashville. Memphis. Atlanta. New
Orleans. ■ etc. Complete D!n!r:s-Car
service. Also. Pullman Tourist
Sleeper Mondays. Wednesdays, and
Fridays Washington to San Fran
cisco, without change, with connec
tions for all points In Texas. Mexi
co, nnd California.
0:00 P M.. No. 17. local dally, axcept
Sunday, for Keysville and Snter
mediatf; points.
TRAIXS AKltl^'E ir» RrCIISIOM>.
R:OO A. M.)
5:43 P.M.) Frtvm AUcLnt\. Aujrusta,
Jacksonville. Ashevllle. and all
points South.
S:4O A. M.. from Keysvlilo and local
stations.
3:25 P. M.. from Durham. Ctlarlccte.
Danville and intermediate stations
LOCAL FREIGHT.
Mog. 5t ?.nd 62. between Manchester S£si
- Neapoli*.
TORK-RIVEB LifiE, Vi tbLv?.
THE FAVOIUTU KOUTiu .NOK'i'U.
LEAVE RICIi:HO.VD.
4;20 P- : iL, No. 16. Baltimore Limited,
daily, except Sundays, for "Wes:
Point, conneccixiii; at West Pcinc
with steamers lur Baltimore and
York-river landings Mondays.
Wednesdays, asid Fridays, connect
ing atLesicr Manor with stage
for Walkers o:i -mcl Tappahar.nocsc
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur
days.
2:15 P. SI.. No- 10. .Mondays, -tVedne3
days, ar.d i ruiays, local expresa
for West Point arid intermediate
stations. Connects with stago "at
Lester , ilanor for Walkcrton and
Tappahannocn.
500 A. M.,-No. 74. local mixed. Leaves
dally, except Sunday, for "West
Point and Intermediate 3tatlon3,
connecting with stnije n.t L«>ster
. . Manor for Walkemm-and Tapp«
hannock.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICH.Mo\D.
9:15 A.M., daily, from West Point, with
connection i"ram Baltimore. "Wed
nesdays. Fridays, and Sundays.
1O:45 A. M-. No. 9. Wednesdays
Fridaya.
5-15 P. M., daily, except Sundays, from
West Point and intermediate sta
tions.
Steamers leave West -Point Mondays,
Wednesdays. . -and Fridays- J5:30
P M.. arriving Baltimore S:3O A. M.
Steciners call at Almonds. Clay Bank,
and Gloucester Point."
C. W. WEST3CTRT.
District Passeriypr Asent.
.220 east Main street.
Richmond. Va.
S. H. HARDVHCK.
General Passen^fr Ageni.
C- H. ACKERS
General-^Vlanager. Washington, D. C.
Air Line Railway.
"CAPITAL CITY ROUTE."
Short Lino to Frincipal Cities of the
South and Southwest. Florida. Cuba.
Texas. California, and Mexico, reaching
the Capitals of Six States. • .
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH 2. IX2.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND—MAIN
STREET STATION— DAILY.
Xo. 27. No. 31.
2:20 P. 31. 10:37 P. M.— Lv. Richmond.
3:00 P. M. 11:20 P. 21.— Lv. Petersburg.
7:27 P. M. 3:3-1 A. M.—Lv.- Raleigh.
10:25 P. M. f>:2o A. "M.— Ar. Hamlet.
10:35 P. M. 0:40 A. M.—Lv. Hamlet.
<-.v) A. M. 4:55 P. M.— Ar. Atlanta.
2:00 A. M. 9:35 A. M.— Ar. Columbia.
(Eastern Tina*.)
1:05 A. M. S:-:0 A. M.—Lv.' Columbia.
(Central Time.)
4:40 A M. 12:05 P. M.— Ar. Savannah.
7:52 A. SI. 2:50 P. M.— Ar. Brunswick.
0:25 A. ?.[. 3:-10 P. M.— Ar. Fernandina.
S:'jo A. M. 3:50 P. M.— Ar. Jacksonville.
10:50 A. M. 5:10 P. M.— Ar. St. Augustine.
3:15 P. M. 10:00 P. M.— Ar. Tallahassee.
IMS P. M. 12:10 A.-M.— Ar. Ocala.
5:10 P. M. 7:20 A. M.— Ar. Orlando.
5:50 P. M. 5:00 A. M.—Ar. -Tampa.
7:15 P. M.J C:W A. JVf.— Ar. Port Tampa.
10:r0 P. M. S:10 A. M.—Ar. Miami.
Train No. S5 loaves Richmond 3:10 A. M.
daily for Petersburg-. Nor Una. X. C and
all intermediate points. Connection at
Norlina v.-ith train arriving Henderson
2;io p. m. and Raleign 3:50 P. 2.1. daily,
and Durham 4 P. M. daily,- except Sunday.
Trains leave Richmond for Washington,
New York, and the East daily — ICo. 34 at
6:45 A. M.. and No. 6il at 5:05 I*. .
Connections nt 'Jacksonville and Tampa
for all Florida East coast points and Cuba
and Porto Rico; at New Orleans for all
points inT exus. Mexico, and California.
TRAIXS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND
DAILY.
6:."i5 A. M.. No. 3*. f From all points South
4:55 P. M.. No. <X \ and Southwest.
5:45 P. M.. No. 3t>, from Xorlina. X. C,
Petersbitrsr. and iocal points.
SLEEPIXO-CAR SERVICE.
Xos. 31 and 34 — Florida and Metropolitan
L:rr;l:ed. Pullman Drawing-Room. Obser-
A'atioa. and Compartment Sleeping-Cars
between New York and St.' Augustine,
Pullman Dining-Cars between New Yorh
and Richmond and between Hamlet and
St. "Augustine. Vestibu'ed Coaches be
tween New Yor!: and Washington, and
between Richmond and St. Augustine.
Pullrnjui Sleeping-Cars (tri-weekly) be
tween Washington and Pinohurst. ■ Pull
man Sleeping-Cars (daily) between Jack
sonville' ar.rt Tampa, and between Jack
sonville and Orlando. Also, through Draw
inr-Room Sleeping-Cars between 'Ne-w
Yonc and Atlanta, and Cafe-Cars between
Hamlet and Atlanta.
Xos. 27 and 65— Seaboard Fast MaiL
Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping-
Cars between Xew York and Jacksonville,
connecting at Hamlet with Sleeping-Cai
to and from Atlanta, in cocnectJon'witft
which througli* Pullman tickets are sold.
Pullman Parlor-Cars bf>twe^n Jackson
ville and Tampa. Finest Day Conchas.
" . W. J. MAY,
Z. P. SMITH. s en*
District Passenger agent.
'Phone 405. itWffieastiMalmstreefeS
BAY LINE
TO BALTIMORE
Via C. & O. Railway and
Old Point.
U. S. MAIL ROUTE.
Leave Richmond, 'via- Chesapeake aa4
Ohio railway daily, except Sunday, at
i P. 11.; connecting:; at Old Point wltli
the superb steamers of the CM Bay Line:
leaving at /MS: P. -M./arrlvintj Ualtimora
6:3C k ' :: 'A.- M.*.' in time no: make conaeciiom
with, all tratna North, East, and AVeat.
Short rail ride and all tiisht on one otf
the tines t steamers !n "southern watar*. •
Returnintf. /arrive Richmond 10 A. it
dally, except Mcnday. ■■/:'■ '- - -
P/^IPJTS.
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