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KDGAK -A. POE'S Lip
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K O A SKVF.XTKI2X VOX.CMI 3 AVOnici
PREPARED AT THE s UNIVERSrrY ;
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ual Sonrco*— Tlt^ ; R«nl Poet :l*re
■ ontrii— Error* Corrected.
CH A KLOTTESVILLE. VA., June C. r .
(Special-)— Dr. .Inmrs A. Harrison, Profes
t-or of Toiuonic : - Language's iii the Uniycr
tity.'of .Virginia., has ni^out completed the
most notnhle edit ion ever issued' of the life
nro works of Edgar Allan Poe. It will be
puhlfehod sn.seventeen. seventeen volumes by Crow-.
oil. ot New. York. _, „;';: . ,f ' !s. . .
Pof. tifrs :i cbritincnJnl European, reputa
tion, and ;■ won it through. the one agency of
his ■■peculiar- and striking penius. /Even
I/Onpfollow, KmiTson, Lowell, and Ilaw
thornc. could not carry so far without
■cTtrancous .nids. ;-.lsaron yon Tauchnit7., of
Germany.- dirt much! to popularize', these
Is'ew England lltorati. but Poe waslndc
pojuicnt of suoh h«>lp. As pobn fts his
fiirihlng and, in many respects, unparal
}*>i\. sl'.ort Ktorics v were published in
America thoy became the rogue in France.
Th^y were- seized; upon and turned into
..French, and their influence created a diß
tlnrt school of ilctlon In that 'country.
. Thr.t was more than sixty years: ago, but
the 2' rt P cult is still noticeable in French
. li;«r.iturp» ' : ' .
12JR FAME UXDIMIXISHED.
Throughout this Jong period of nearly
p:\Ty .years. Foe's fame has not only: con-L
t!nu«l unditninJshcd. but has crown.-.and
hi? jilnce is now conceded to be' one/of
jrreat". d'«jnitj\ while -much of the' preju
fiice which maoo it '.impossible for a .dis-.
passif>nnto consideration of the / , events;. of
Imp life, has ]>n«:£«; away; as 'the. truth
h.is lit' K.me kiiown. -
-lii. the i resent c.n«?e, as hashappened'in:
nflny others, a very noteworthy achieve
ment has : : .£rowii out of a movement under
tnken: with. ii wholly different end in view.
Two or tlsree years ago the Poe Memorial
Association of the University was. founded
to provide a bust of the most distinguished
alumnus of that Institution, : aod no
thought of going further than: this object
was entertained, but a correspondence
rpra-ng up. : between v.Dr.. Harrison ajicl the
vcijcrablo Thomas H.Eilis, Bishop. O. F.-.
Fitzgerald, and other contempornries. of
tlic pool, the result, of which r was : the col
.lootiori of reminiscences: of .great value
n:ia:Qcep::Jhtercst. Dr. Harrison prepared
n scries of brief papers, which were print
ed :n the: Nov.* York Independent. ,
A GREAT UNDERTAKING. ,
T\vo publishers, aware 1 of the deep, and
nnd incrcn sing interest in Poeand his
works, at once wrote, to the author of
thcpp articles. One. of «. them inquired
■whether they could be printed- in: book
form. The other had a larger ; scheme to
propose, and I that was. that Dr. -Harrison
un^crsalse the complote edition .of Poe's
works; cxt»nding:to ten volumes.: The first
of those propositions presented little diffi
culty.: since the work' was already nearly
all done. The second was, however, a
Jargo undertaking 1 ."- involving not only. a.
heavy" burden physically, but a. very se
rious responsibility.'- It v/as entirely ap
jiropriatetthat this work should be done at
tiie University of Virginia. Poo's alma
mater, whore it ' is-brlleyrd a great many
of his creations first shaped themselves,
and ....where- som« of his writing was ac
tually donf>, arul it is peculiarly fortunate
that it should fall to the lot of a scholar
F.i well equipped" us Dr. Harrison to give
Bcope and editorial <Mn-etinn tothe tmd^r
{akirig. It is quite certain that. the- Doctor
has done all that W3s?]>osslblo— and much
was possible— to vindicate the fame of this
piiied p.nH unhappy man, by.! an edition of
Jiiß writings rdrui such 'estimation of his
ch.irncterrar.d genius as' would." while af
jix-inc lh« seal; of; finality to such - a.: work.
■'v bring the truth t" light and have thetruth
irvc Edgar Alini Poe from the calumny,
unjustly 1k>;: l"*! >'P n n him: " - ' :,"
'■'AN ASTOUNDING REVELATION..
. Such nn edition as Dr. Harrison] s has
aiiparr-nily bad It 3 .forerunners. In IR9I
..<i!iii appeared under the nditorship of the
jioet ••Steadm'a'n" .nnd- Professor Woorlb'erry/'
at; one lime, editor of the Atlantic Month
ly;- Hr, Ilarrlsori, .at fiist, regarded .these
as ■liniil.-:. Elegantly printed, chnrmingly
illujrtrateu nnd with the nir of having col
]i?ctoil:; ;;nd said?, everything that could
■'Tj-ft-jujt for-.vnnJ concerning Poe, the public
accepted ;il and ' be.lievcsl tiiat nt irsst juc
tiet? lirt'l hccn.rlonc, that Poe had been ex
hauKtivoly edited, ..that every chink and
CKinay had lieeh swept: and garnished,
"and Tor: over! a generation at least, thb
ivntlcsf? rjiirit of the poet .magician -had.
bec-a laid," Dr. ..3larris«?n's original idea:
v.as tc accept UVeitcxt of the. IS'JJ .edition.
vnryin?; from it only in certain particulars,
such as the arrangement of the material,
the iliustratod matter, and the like. But
Avhen he' went to work at the plan, he was
nTrmzed to find, that Poe had never been
cdiU'tl at all. thnt Griswold, : liis : early
oditor, had palmed oft --.a lot of -stuff as
Po<;'s ihht-Poe had never seen, never writ
ton, never /imagined. This was an as
tounding ■.-..revelation. Griswold Was a'
preacher, whoso questionable conduct had
resulted: in his being turned out of his
church By a siro'iiue irony of fate, he
hail bocn i made l'oe'a liternry executor,
with plenary.- powers: over his papers and
manuscripts. Thefic power's;! ho exorcised
In the composition of the malignant me
moir which blackened Poe's memory, for
sixty years.;: and in -the publication of
the so-called edition; of Poo's works, in
four volume}-', which" only now has had re-
Ytfiilod its true character of malice.
SOUGHT, : THIS OKKiINAL SOURCES.
l>r. Hnrrison ■ bognn his; work with, a
direct study of the original sources in
which these writings first and last ap
}>«ircd. because lie was convinced. that: no
patlsfa'ctory text could be established
enhorwise,;! The difference in tho existing
editions was so marked that no course
was left except to reject nil I ' of them and
extract a new and wholly authentic text
from the magazines, periodicals, and books
of talos and poems which Poe had edited
or to which he i-a<l contributed.. Tn. a rc
r«u locture before the Philosophical S6
. cietj-Cof the University of Virginia, Dr!
3 1-arj ison took vp the tales and 'gave a
most interesting description of the sources
of his material. This dPFcrlption showed
the fiurprJsinjjiy' larßO field which his ener-
Ri'llc ami conscientious labors had - cov
ered/and pointed out the immense value
Ills r>tfhion will have for those who desire
the most authoritative work on Poe's mar-
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Heartburn, Dtepust of F00d."..'-Fiillnes's\bf
Weight in the Stomach/ Sour, Eructations/
BinhinK or Fluttering of. the Heart/Chok-'
Itifi or Suffocating: Serif ations : when in
lylnjt po.sture, Dimnees of Vision,; Dlzzl-:
ii«>ns on: risiiig BU'ldenry. Dots' or f-Webs
Kforc. the Slfiht, Fever: and Dull Pain in
the )loa<3. Dcilcl^ncy of Perspiration. Yel
lowncEs of the Skin and Eyes.- Pain'in the"
Kide, Chf;st, Limbs, and Suddrti Flashes of
Jlfeat, Burnlmr in the Flesh. A few: doses
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"•ill frco* the system; of : all the'aboyei
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REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD USE BROMM'S BREAD
-We i)ate EVERYTHING we sell— buying nothing already baked. „.' /;-'-•
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ff ■ >vif TXT d ■ O Ort-'/W ; -?M"' : si^.E] 'Harshall St.
volious' career 'as poet, story-teller, and
CrUl( TIIE REAL POE PRESENTED. ; .
v In criticism, the edition .under considera
tion : .unquestionably; challenges. compari
son with all others in the confident belief
that the real critical : Poo -is adequately,
presented for .the llrst time.. An immense
amount of new' matter has -been ■ ..intr<*
duccd, and whnt is true of lils,taJe S; and
critical work is true also of his letters
and misecllnnics. When: !t; is : said .that
something, like 3,000 t pages-- of absolutely
new matter 'appear in this euition. : some
thing of. its immerieovalue and something
of the great seryice. rendered by Dr. : Har- !
rlsoh may be guessed. The work grew uij
dor his hand from ten to seventeen. vol 7
umes/ for.- afterldiligent^nqulry^and cor
respondence with a number, of: Poe s : still
surviving Dr. .Harrison
■hfts v brought:' out a-numbef of. new^fadts
in regard- to Foe's early and^middleglite
which- will prove of surpassing interest}
Thirty or -forty unpublished letters, many,
of ■them of 'great, interest; are among: the
results of the Doctor's; labors:; , r /-'
VOLUME DEVOTED TO POE'S LET-:]
:-■ •'; ■ -- :":---'-' -^ TERS.-'";- : v.;;/vV- ",;:-',
-A ; special volume 7 of over > 400 pages; - s Is
devoted to a complete: .presentation^ of ;
Poc'b • correspondence,- overhand ; above the :
original letters: jspoken} pf- above; :A' great
mass of this ? correspondence twill s apP^r,
forUhe first; Umeln theWtrglnla Editlorto
is thc^ubllshsrswili^cftll thetvacw/Poe^e!
Dr C W. Kent, o£-the-chair^qfsEag!tfih;:
Ll^aVurc inUheiyniverslty^iiaStassistedji
ProfessorlHaVrisbhUnVe<Mtiing 4 the|poems,r
£mnr}?n^J£i Stewart? haft I contributed;
JifiMrtont.wbrk;on;tb«:ti»tJ}^«jr^i,,
sas|tlcmo^hy^^e^ W»|ggS
THE KlC^oP^A^-^PA^-^^ lH
southern point , of ; view, accompanies the
seventcen;lyoltimeis. -: ;.'• ; "?- :i*v :: ; : ; ;
vThe . edition is on [ the eve of J publication
after eighteen - months of prepaf atibn.
Many Richmond people have assisted Pro
fessor IlaiTison "in .the work, : especially
Mr.R; L'.\Traylbr. Mfs." 87 A.-Wcifis/ Dr.'
B. B.} Minor, Mrs.; L. ■ Or. Mayo; Mr.; Charles
Poindexter, and others. .;'.;-.. ' i" : ; ~' •:]
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II U,Vi VLMI!is O0 utf«» ttl §8 only%b«
' •— T""* 7 •"-**•"••-■• retched by a ~smclrl
wedicin*, -v cnangtnc m the^Atur* Sof .;' tht
bl66dM"Fam6UB sPreacrtMloh? mas^f disil
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iYork.^ • -;jyJ-Sun ttt tati**
IBilliSßli
fTHE AFFAIR IS 'A MYSTERY
Two Snfes Opened, BntlThodsanaii
-; ■
or Dollar* «n «Bmps Were Lett
• .
Unmoleafed— The Cotirt of Appeals.
Xci^ Courtbonse Duildlnsx. . >■■ :v - '.
I : , VA..' June; 7.— (Special.);' \
I Nocluc ,asy€t:has>eenlellscovered:asUo ?■
I the: parties .who "robbed the" post-ofilceat •
': tjiia place : on Tuesday night. 1, Every thing ;
indicates that' -tho: thieves live: : : lft .Wythe- .
I '\^lle; ; thatitbey are not'experts.- Mr.:sea 7 ■;.
\- gle, an assistant iri: the (Offlcc, had been ..
i sleeping in" the place, .but he did not-derso_ ,:
j i the" night of- the robbery. This must \ have ;
been known.: In addition,* -.the /.thieves; y
knew the combination of the safes. CTfh'e'se" ;
1 two< facts indicate strongly.^ that the. rob- : ,.
,i bers live in or hear^Vytheyille/If thcrob^' { \
berj-v had been: committed, on : Monday}iri-^ £
stead of Tuaalayj riigtit ' "the" haul* 'woulel^ : '
. have been double' In- value. The
■roshains : a mystery. Why tho -robbers :
opened : both"" safes. ':. atid stilt did ; not : rob' !
either of all: lts. valuables: Thousands ;6f
dollars: in , stamps were left in one- ; safe, ;
and a considerable amount of cash in the .
other." 1 - -
'Another mystery is how the robbers got =•
1 into the office by the rear: window, which '
is qiiitoaVdistance from; the ground, some
"twelve" or fifteen feet. ; It must have been
; exceedingly difficult for '.aman to .; hot3t .
■himsell! from 'the inside, with; only the aid
of an ordinary plank' which" didnof reach
the'window by several. feet. ;-.;..;.■:
■■ . Airs. Maggie Jordon. the :- postmistress, .
• who, by the way, is a daughter of the late
Cougressmah ' James A. ; Wa.Ker, of this i
: plac6, has notlflea the officials at Wash
instoh' of the-" robbery arid -it is. tHought. :
that;a; detective will be sent here at. Once -.
to investigate it. :- Your correspondent ;
looks, for- something, etartling. ;, : -v^L ).
" -THE NEW COURT-HOUSE.-' ;;f^ ■]
! ; The 'contractors nre busy gra'dirig! fe'ric-' -j!
! ing,- and paving the grounds surroundihgr %
\ the new court -building on Fourth street., ; :
%Vheh' completed -the '-people cf •Wytfieville |
i and AVy the- county will point with satisfac
tion to V thi3 ; Improvement, wbleh ,,will. have
coat over . sso,ooo. .For this bonds running -
for five years . and at 4 per cent." were .
issued. The levy; each year , retires one
fifth ofthe bonds, so in five years the en-.
• tire d3ht will be paid. ' - .
Ex-Lloutenant-Gpvernor R. C. Kent has •
rctunied -from a stay of : two.weeks at Tate
Spriris, Tenri., somewhat improved by the ■
'trip/ : ; ■' '■" ■ ' .:'■ "" ■ ':. .' ' . : , ~ " ■
■Judge AVllilam E. . Fulton hao returned
from a trip to Grayson county on business.
■.•■,' Judge Samuel ; W." Williams left', this
' morning on impdrtantbiisinces atßland. ;. ;
, -Dr. V. C. Huff and Mr. H. M. Huff have
goneto Tate Spring, Term. '-..•■'-_.'';-.
The closing exercises at Mrs. . Dew's
School for Young Ladies, on Church _
stro«t. began Friday. : : ""■
Colonel ±1. E. Withers; and' Mrs. J. XH t ■:
Fulton have returned from Norfolk; where ;
they attended, the sessions of the Episcd* •:
pal Church iCouncll. ... ."...£ <
Dry weather: continues in this section. '
The people out here : are greatly discour- ■
aged over the outlook for crops^wheat.
hay. oats, etc., "and fruits, large, arid
small. • • : • . . ■'"- ;
; The Daughters of the Confederacy at
this 'place were in session- at Miss Oben
eJh'ain's on Monroe street, Wednesday.-.
The chapter here is a prosperous one, and -;
riew .members"' are being added constantly.:
' Quite a party ;of young ladies— Misses. ,
Walker, Gleaves,- Poage,-^ and' De Van— *
went down to Kadford, ■Wednesday,- to dt r
tend the iflnal ball at St. Albans School:'
The party was chaperoned" by Mrs. Wil
liam T. De Van.- -. -. ", ' •
THE; COURT 'OF APPEALS.
, Among tho- lawy.ftrs; attending the Su
' premc Court In session heie, are Mr. Hull.
6f Bristol; Judge Barnes,: of rßussell/Vanu 1 •
Mr." Worth and Mr. Irvine, of Wise.
; The cotirt is very miichpleased with, the .
new quarters in th« new: cburtj- building, •
Clerk W. G.G. Lowrey is notoh duty this ,
session," being detained by sickness at his
homo at Abingdon. His assistant, Mr."
James Kelly, of Ablngdon, is attending to
the duties of the office in his absence.
Judge --Whittle,'-' who was not in';his seat
on the first day of the term (Tuesday), was <
eietaineeVat home on account of the*sick
ness" of Mrs. Whittle; Two of the judges; •
arc boarding at" Mr. . : Trlnkle's, and . the
other three nre at Miss Janie Gibboney's;
on -Main street. '.
--Mr. Stuart Jones and family are also at
air. Trinkle'B.; ' ■ : /.- .
'■. WHIST CLUB ENTERTAINED. '. . .
Miss Mittie Pearson entertained ; th'i .
Ladies'. Progressive Whist Club at: her'sis
ter's, Mrs; B. xi. Poage, on North street,
Tuesday afternoon. ; _
The fire losses at Mr. George Simmer
man's, at - Max • Meadows, last Friday ;
night, is being adjusted by the insurance
companies thls:week. :*..-" ; - :
, Mr. 'Simmerman-lost 1.200 bushels; of
corn, and the hay, which was balled, '-■ from
3SO acres of lend. His loss was from $5,000
I" to; $6,000, partly covered by Insurance^ ::;;.-l ;
: Miss' Bessie Umberger.- daughter of Mr.
and, Mrs. v Fran k:<■ Umberger; -well known '
people who llve'a few miles northwest of
Wy theville, ; died Tuesday. ; She had : been
ill for a long time of -consumption. The
burial took place at Fair View Ceme
tery - ; . on Wednesday. The "deceased was
ab/iutSO years of age. ...... >.■■•.■.. .. .-.•:,.■■-}
CANCER CURED AT HOME. v
P BY. ' INTERNAL .TREATMENT; .- NO '-
knifei plaster.* or pain. Bookc and-Testi
monlals^ mailed FREE: v CANCER ,n£
STITUTE "121 -West Forty-second street,
NY. - -' -•', - ; - '" ', mn 16-Sunl3t ;
ESTABLISHED 1532.
THE VIRGINIA '
fIREANDMARINE
INSURANCEXO.,-
OF RICHMOND, VA.
- , This old ~'i Virginia institution ■; Insures all ;
descriptions of; property'lnjclty. andfcoun-;
: try;«Dvv*clllngs,.- Furniture/; Stores/ : Farm";
Ihilldings,' £ Crops/: v &c ; : School-Houses,"
Milla, ". Churches, V. Factories,- &c. „ :.r .-
AGENTS IN EVEEY TOWK. AND OOITNTY. i
. . : DIREOXOBS:
■E, B. Addiion, %w% w ' D. 0. Davis,
i'W.'Jostali tea.ke r W. hOttq: Woltlng,t h-
W. H. Palmer.
iWm^af *ataier, - '■' ?: ■": ; . ' >- ."^' a * . K<-darthy, ■:•
W". v President. -:- "■ ■,■ : ' '-'{'■:"■■■ Secretary. .• r:' ; :
._.•■• <ap 24-Tb.Sun&Tu3m) ' - ■
hi*i DEPARTURE " OF- STEAMERS ? : ■'[ V- :T: T
fM^rr iRGMM MIGATIOIi CO
Jj^L JAMES WIVE R
DAY LINE.
§§£■« »cahonto. -leave. ,rery
fSln^atpW^Point\iand^NorfolkSfoK
the r.isht at
*wKi*«trlfc-^ar«T Altwst $t» 1 t.h» v wharfcf Far* 1
1 »i^;:;:^nAjtttt(tM^||c|i^pi^^:?f.;;%:
'Mscne dule^l «l| ECTe ct v May - 20^ { lf)QX*%s
|i^^^fmCH^o^lloAnLY)tfßYß^
STREET STAVIO^f.
: 9:00 A^=M3 NORFOLK ?LIMITED/SAj>:
/ rives Norfolk :lia«jA; c ii;? Stops foniy.i
- • " at Petersbafff.P.Waverly.^and iSuf-5
■ ■•',: : folk.;? Stops? at feWakefieldw only ©toi
1 .rlet;;c»ff£pa«sen«er«fholdingstlckets ;
. - from Richmond 3 and ?Petersburs.?%:^
< 9:05 :a;: M;;iTHBI CHICAGO iEXPRESS,
ior LynchDurg,"^ Ruanokfi, t Col- jn-.-.
. j biis^ and S Chicago. g Parlorl
*:>: :>::! 'Car^Petersburg; tovßoanoke.Jt'ull-j
: . ':■ : man " Sleeper - RoanokeT to a Colum- »
bus; : alao/- for BMstolSKonxville^
• 4'i^. Si ands Chatt^nooffa.^ PnUajan % bleeper_
.:•'-. ~; ,;/Roanoko;'to:lCnoxyHle.' •■
1:10 P.\^M~X Roanoke " : Express, :for
; :r;: r ; : 'Roanoke,:
. ; ; and: intermediate: 1 stations. :
'.-■ 3:00;P:-M^: ocean JShore 'Limited. ■Ar-;
rh'es : rforfolk ; s:2o P.^M. Stops only;
at Petersburs,r:W»verly,;anctiSut-;
. ..'■-; folk. : .vConnects -, at;; NorfolJc-'^with:
: - s team ers ■: to . B ->B ton, '.'•;-. JfroVldence,
•. ' :: New j: York-; Baltimore, : and "Wash.-.:
: .: . ■:'- Ington;: :• •;".--; •*u:.:v. -,: : -„::..;/;•:/ "-'.
v?:2sp."Ji:;v ?:2sp."Ji:; for^Suiffo'ik^-Korfbltoiandjin
:4-i termediate I'statlons". R< ? Affive»;,at;
f y^ : : ?Norfolk-:atflO:40; P^ftM. -?£'>../&::£& i
?. i>:4sip. v iM^^or^liynchburg ■ '1 and? Roa
•■& I "?; J<noke. at. liynchbur^iwltoi
:|' iWashlngtdn:aDd--Cnatt.'inooga Lim-j
'; Si ited."'Pullman*SletpersJ!l.yr!.chb"iirg;
;. ■ r .to "Memphis, 'and a New :: Orleaht.,;
: "Cafe; : Parlor,- and :Observation Cars
.-".'".- ' Radford ' to Attala,' Ala.: Pullman;
Sleeper between ■ Richmond ■>.. and"
; ::Lynchourg.: Berths " ready.- for ■ oc- :
cupancy at '■. 8:30 P; M. rull-
J man- Sleeper Petersburg .-■; and Roa
,■::;.- noke-V '-':■ ■'■".".'-■'':.■"'•'-..;: ;" ■■-'■-.*■,."
T '«-p.ins arrive Richmond from L»ynch
burgiandf the .West daily, at T:as ;
- r -A.'M.,*I:CO'P. M:,:ahd-B:C«'P^M:;
'from Norfolk and-- the East tat
-: ■'■: •.?. 11:10 ". A. -M., 11 :4 aA: M, and
' . iGtGOrP.M.: • • ;. .
"bfllce:" 838* Main street. ' % V -/ :
JOHN E. WAQNBR,
. City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
■ ■'•- •:.--C/'H.-BOSL.Ki-,..v.:v^v:
. District Passenger Agent.
\'\ . W. B. BEVIL.L.,
- (General .Passenger Agent.
: .'3eneral Office: Roanoke, Va-: '.}. Ie 2S
PASSEHGEB
MEW MAIM-Sf REET STATIOH,^
.-.' .\ ,- ■: ;,'?iAX?K^ 0 . 3 :.V *-"- ■
iiß we nicnMOJfD.
7:30 A. M. SxceptS Sunday. Local to
'• ■ . -"Newport 'News. ■:■.--■::'{- .
S:SO A. M. Diily;:;^:
-■ " ■;* ed" to Newport -News, , Old. 'Point
■ : Norfolk,' -and-; Portstnouth.v^Farior
: Car. CMakes -local -stops >-at;-A\ II-
J.amsburg;* Newport -:News.- ;and
f ;V Hampton. only. .-; V."«; .■'>'•■'■■'*.
10:10 A. M. Except Sunday." Local, to
■ Clifton Force. ■ Connects . r ior
" OraSe, ; Cu°peper, Calverton, - and
: -.: .; - Manassas. •V-';^.' '■•' - ' :l - '■*-'-: 11-:I 1 -: '-''■:-'■•
10:20 A. '- M. Daily; forr Lyhcbburg, Lex
; ington, . and 'Clifton-Forge^.Con
nects, except ■■Sunday.^ for Rosne>.
Alberene, and -New Castle. Parlor
' .car to CliftsnForge;v ■„;:?■.:;
v 2:45 P. M. Daily. St. Louis 3 and, Chica
;e :go Limited. /Dlnms-carjtrain^.Puu-;
| -man for Cincinnati, Louisville.; and
% I St; Louis. Five to , eight hours
quickest line West. .Connects for.
Virginia Hot Springs -Local train
follows - St. ;; Louia Limited from
Gordonsville to Staunton. except
. Sunday. ." . •
4 :OO P. M. Except . Sunday. "Seashore
Limited" for Newport- News,; ..Old
Point., Norfolk, and '■ J?ortamouth.
' Parlor Car to Old Point., Maket,
local stops at Wllliameburs, £.eW|
port News, and .:Hampton^onl>.
Connects at Old Point. with Wash
ington, ' Baltimore, and . .Cape
F- . . Ctiarles steamers:- Connects ..a.*,
-";"' Norfolk with. Old /Dominion steam
ship for New York. ■ '_.".__
'5:OO P. ,M. : Daily for Newport >e^
s"s "' 1 ' and Old Point. On Sunday^ only
connects ;for, -Norfolk and Ports
h'i mouth. "
;8:1S P. M. Except Sunday to Bremo.
jC:3O P. M. Except Sunday to Doswell.
10130 P. M. Daily. F.F. V. Dining Car
•-; -^» train. Connects for, Virginia Hot
> Springs. Pullman: to Hinton con
necting with Pullman to Cincinnati,
■'.:■■' i .Louisville, and the West. ■
ARIIIVE NEW MAIX-STREET 9TA
' '" - .:- - TION.
8:00 A. M. Except Sunday, from Dos
: ■:. -wellr,-.. - ■■ ■ - - . • -: ■ :
8:SO A. " M ' Daily from Cincinnati.
':• 8 :40 A. M. Except Sunday, from Bremo.
10;00 A M. Dally, from Old Point. ; No
r:. folk,: end Portsmouth. '
2:20 p. M. Except Sunday, from Old
: 'iii Point, Norfolk, and Portsmouth.
: 3:30 P.M. Dally from Cincinnati.
O:3O P. M. Dally from" Old Point, Not.
.. folk, and Portsmouth.
6:35 P. -M. Dally from Clifton Forge
ai(d Lynchburg. and. except Sunday,"
from New. Castle. Lexington, and
Buckingham .::Branch.:'i Parlor car
, - -\Clifton:ForgetotßlPh«iond. ' ::' .
T :2O P, M. '•- Except" Sunday, from New
port-News. • - : - : . .
\ 8:15 P. M. Except Sunday, from Clif
' ton' Forge andVCharlottesvllle.
"Apply at 809 east Main street, 00? east
Main street,^: Murphy's Hotel. :or New
Mam-Street Station ticket offices for fur
ther information. r -
H.W. FULLER, JOHN D. POTTS,
G. P. A. A: G. P. A.
I ■;;,:' C.^E. DOYLE, -General. Manager.
;HEpBCSp; HEpBCSp : RD;
> Air Line Railway.
'. , CITY ROUTE." '
r 3hort ; lihe to principal cities of the South
and Southwest, Florida. Cuba, Texas," Calr.
Ifornla -and Mexico, reaching the capitals
of six States. -. . : - -:'-■- >.'. " : '---'•: j :^'-.">-
SOHiSD ULB ■: IN : EFFECT- APRIL 13/ ; 1902.
TRAINS ;■ LEAVE. RICaMOND-MAIN
; ? " STREET, STATION— DAILY.
■No. 'zi.--:-:": No.-Si: : •'■.': ■'■■■■ -■'■ *--• . '
2:15 P.M . 10:37 P. M.—Lr. Richmond.
2:b6 P.M. .11:20 P..M— Lv. Petersburg.
7:27, P.' M." 4:12 A. M.—Lv. Raleigh.
10:26. P. M. 7:0) Ai.M.— Ar. Hamlet. ■ :
10:35 P- M.: 7:20 A. M.—Lv. Hamlet.
;7:B0 A. M. 3:65 P. M.—Ar.- Atlanta."
2:00 A. M. 10:36 A. M.— Ar. Columbia
■ : (Eastern Time).
1 :05 A. M. 9 :40 A, M:-Lv. Columbia
. (Central Time).
•4 :SS ' A: ! M, .2:10 P. '• M.— Ar. Savannah. \ i
9:15 A:iM. : i 7:00 P. M.— Ar. Jacksonville. -
10:60 A. M.y; .-.:— Ar.. St. s Augustine.
15:45 P." M. 6:4fi*A: M.— Ar; TamDa.'- '
10:32 P.M . 10:08 A. M.—Ar. ; Charlotte. '
;>I:JS-A/ M/ : 10:22A." M-rfLv.'- Chester. ;-.
;3:43 A. M. 12:35 P. M.—Lv. - Greenwoods
i C :I3 A. M. 2 :50 P. ftl— Lv.v Athens. : V A
.7:50 A. M. 3:65 P.M.— Ar., 'Atlanta.
'■■ -.. - : 5:40 P. M.—Ar/ Augusta.
11:35 A. M. v 7:20 P. M.-Ar. Macon/ :.
6:25 P/M. 9:20 P. M.—Ar: Montgomery.
■-■:-•-.'. ■ A.M.— Ar. Mobil*. : ;
1 : : "7:25 A^M.—Ar:;Newj Orleans^
•■; 6 :55 P. M. 1 :40 A. M.— Ar.> Nashville.
?8:20 A. M.V 8:20 A.:M:— Ar. Memphis/:
i : Train No. 36 leaves Rienmoa*' d^o A;- »L
daiiy ftfr Petersburg,: Norllnaj'sN. iC.,< and
all ■}: intermediate ooints. > i ConnecUon sat
Noflina x with :. trains arrlvlng^Henderson:
2:loP.>M.~and Raleiafh^2:so P. M., dally,,
arid Durhdni 4 P. M. ■ dally,; txcebt Sundays
(Trains leave' Richmond f orj-waihlngton,'
Netr Tork;* and the East Mftlly-No,ia42at
8:46 A..M.ivand.No/ie6;at!3:o6;P.iM.^i:S^
M Connections i at s Jacksoarllle; and^Tampa
for all Florida>Eaßt Const points and Cuba
and Porto Rico: ?at>New^ Orleans^ for -all:
points In Texas;^ Mexico.' and s Calif ornla."-
I p, TRAINS I ARRIVS ?AT >KlOKalON3>^ W
-6:35 A/M.; No: » 1 iron, all point* South
| 4:65 P: M. No.; 68 - ; and SouthwsjU ■%X% X
|s:«6^P^M^ No. 36. v from^Norlln*. 3 N. , C.;;
p■--:^p ■--:^ PAtersburg, ; and? local ?polnt«. y .
• i BLEEPINa-CARfSERVICE^w^/-
U- Nos/ SI and^S4-^-i'lorida ; and? Metropolitan;
kLlmited^PuilmanrSlDrawlng-Roomj'jand;
Sleeplng-Cars s>b«twee&^ tf ew STork a f and
iTannjarffSiVestlbuledSS Coaches ?|b«tw€«»t
;New'York«and*Kichmond.^aud»betlreen'
Richmond ?# and fe? Jdcksonvlllfc^ PuUinan =
\ Sieeping-Cars m (dally) %bet#eenir Jackson^
ivlll«^and^TaMpa?a:AJsO,SthlroUfh|Dr**r:
■Sg^c^mpßle«plnr^i»?Pbetws«n^N«w;
iy«kiand^tl^toaridCaf«iCar#;betTr««}
•H»mi«ty*a«f:Atl»nta,t^diS»« l .«M^ d j
»nn«c«n«?atsH*ml«t' t wlth:Bl«*ping-Car
!toV*^?fromrAtlanta,*ihfeoiuiectro»|i»lti]
iwhfchithf6UfhjsPullmmnitlckets|atet<6ld.i
IPiinnuinF>arlpr^CArs^toetwe«n«?Jack»o«K
... * -
■ ; - " t H At LKO AD S SCtIEDr LE§.^WtS
: 6Vtk* '-cnfiTifißffJV''
oUUlncKIi
RAILWAY
Schednle in Effect Mar 25, 1002.
Tr«ln«|t*iTc|«l^' ? AwlT«'l4lli-S_tjre«t'
■^TRAIWS 'LEAVE HICXIMOXD* V4l^
loao^rai4"No^9;!danyjforJDurbam,:N.:
. C. D»nvW#,i and 1 all * lochi > »ta«oii»!
r. >> ; sou tb, .- connecting sa at v 3 Burk«vUl»
: \'--with Norfolk an JsW*est<»rn;rai!w4y,
? ■ >^ Xor^Parmvillc, "liynchburg^ino Jail
'->-■: v: lo^al stations :W.cSt;?at Jeffreys;for
* <'slocai-statlonsFon«Norf"l3c v Dirlsion?
. ; : to ; : Danville ;i; at ' Oxf era /or.: Hen- ;
-^:— v^dersoi«: ; ? :.:•'■- --v -;:v ; .':■ 'y^z;C'% : - : -: / :-::
2-8O p.:MX -iXo. lb^ [ limite(J ; ttala V^allJ.
VSM»r T Jackson vilieSanti all Florid*
■-';;':;•: =fPolnta;^Havana^;Na3sau,^etc. c:on
, - nects : at » Mosel*/^ with iTarmrin*
:•: .^>nd :Powliatan ":, ; fasiroad;v;^at
- , .-. Orcensboro' -Tor Durban*; KAj«lS*»
. Vand WinsroE-Salcro;yat^ChariotW
: ,: ■;< :^w!th:N3. X. ':,< United ■" StatM ? fast;
mall, solid train;- daHy. tor: J»e^r
Orle? ns « and ;: points s S6iith,^-*rhlc«
;f carries ;Sl«eper»itO:New: Orleans.:
" I>rawlß«ißoom; 81c £ 9 er?K V :hTnond
• r ■"; rto: Atlanta :c and: v Birmingham.
f - ' Tnrcugh -train, with Bleepwr, {Bali*-;
>;,'■ ; burr to M«mpbl«. Dln:n»-C«r ■ aer
: - --..vice. ,->:■ -:\:- :-i- r -::; : -',:^' ; -'' ; -"-:^;: t'".':".
li;3O P. M.; Ko. 11^ "abiitnftrh '>. Exprp«;
' - >• dally fori Atlanta. lAuirasta..Jac4
i :; •onvtll&.'and polnts;South. 9ie«f<*?
. " :for Da jville. Greensboro*, '•:■■-. flails-.."
: : " bury, ajid Char-'otte;fopen at :Rlch
1 ■ ; mort&i9S<t: P.- M. ; Connection^wlth
> ■-.-■"•' New Tork and Florida 'Exprc«j» and
'-*"'■; Bcuthw-stTn c JLtmlt«d.^ which" oar?
'.rles through Sieepers 'to AUffUsta.
.Savannah.- Tampa.
Nashvtlte, ; Memphis. - >fow
Orleans, etc. :Complete;.Dlntnißf-Car.
- rj service.' - Also. Pullman r : Tourist
: ; Sleepe" Mondays, Weanesdajra.and;
*" : Fridays Washington -to, San ci'Van-r
: . clsco.swllhoiit chaisße/wlthconnec-.
tlona ror«ll. points In Te*as. M«ai!
j "co. and California. :. .
;«:OO P iM.. No. 17, local • dally. «Tcept
Bundßv.: for Keysvllle ■■: and Inter-.
.. . mediate; points.-: . . ' '.'.
trai>'«« ARutyn i?r niciiMosp.
■,t:oo'a.>m.) ■■ ■>■;. ; : .- ; - ' ,V.y : . :
5:43 p. M.) From Atianta, Aii«ust»*
Jacksonville, ;AshevJll<?, and •1>
-:.; points South. .-- „ •
8:40.A. M,, v rr6m : KeysvUlo and local
." :; stations. " ■ ■; :~: ~ ' .. :.' "
858 P. M.. from Durham. cnar>ett#.
. : Danville and Intennedlatw stations
- '_ - •;., I.OCATi PKRinJIT. *
Ko». : 81 ■> nd «J. oetwecn Manchester and
. ■■ : NtaDoil*: : -. :-■:- : ■ .."■■ L -:, '.-'•' ■'
WBK-pe line, ; t^^^ >
JTUK FAVOillTfi nOUTK XOKIU '
LEAVE UICHMOXb. t '■_
4:30 P. il. # NO. IG, Baltimore Limited,
daisy, except Si'nuays, for .Wosl
.Point, connecting at. West Point
: -'with Bteamer3 for Baltimore and
.-;■":; York-river.; landings. ..:-'..
"S-.IS P. it.,-' No. 10, daily, except Sun-:
: -days/local express for West Point
* andintermediate'stations. Connects
with strlge at Lester;: Manor for
■"■'■" WaJkerton and Tappahannock. "
B;OO A. M., No. 74. local mlxttl. leaves
i ,}■ dally, except ; Sunday.- : for, West
' point ; and in termoalate stations,
- connecting with : stage At Lester
- ; * Manor for Walker*on andTapp*
: : : hannock. .. ...".-:. " ■■■■ ; - . . -. ...
TftAIXS ARRIVE niCIIJfO^O
;-.»:15 A. ?M. No. 15, daily,, from West
■ Point, -with connection from Baltl-
J :^:more, except Monday. : ' ;
10:45 A. M.j No. 9. daily, except Sundays
r . ' and Mondays. ;, v; >, . ,
5;15 P. M.; uatly, excr-pt Sundays, from
West Point and Intermediate sta
.;■ ■ " ; ; tlona., ■ ■ ■ '» ' " ' ' '.
.'; Nos. 15 and 16- will make.no stops be
twoen Richmond, and Quinton.
Steamers sail from -West Point 5:50 P. M."
daily, except Sundays. Steamers call at
Gloucester -Point and Claybank. Mondays,
Wednesdays, and -Fridays, anel Yorktown
rtnd~ Allmonds Tuesday, Thursdays, and
Saturdays. . -.-' --- - :
fg C. VT. WESTBURT.
t% plstrlct Passeo^er-iivsent.
- "". :-.-'.- Sii east Main street, •
..'.? . Richmond, Va.
: ■ • : S, H. HARDWICK.
it Qene?a\ Passenger AgenS.
> *^; C. H.ACKERT,
General-Manager, Washington. D. C.
R«F.^R 3 RAILROAD
' Sc'liednlc in Effect Mar 23, 1003. r
lit AJNS hKXVK HiCHMOXD— SOKTII.
• ■ yv'kd; ~ ; ; -L t _
4 :22 A. M. Dally, from B YRD-STREET
STATION, for Wasbuigtoa' ana
' -' beyond. Stops at: Mi iford. Fre<l
■ erlcksburg, , anrt Alexandria.' 3 tops
- Occoquan Sundays. Sleeping Cars
. : to Washington : and >*ew -York.
.Dining Car.
a::-fB a. .M. Dully, ibm MAIX
STREET OVATION. Flortda and
Mctropollr*.;.'. Limitetl; for Wash
ington ■£ and beyond.' Stops'SAt
" Frederickab'.trs and Alixandrla.
/Sleeping C^rs to New York.
7:o© A. M." Exempt-Sunday, from ELBA
. STATION. aocomodation for' Ajb
<,*... land -and ■ Intermediate .points. ■■•'?;
M.oo A. M. SurrJay ouiy.- from EYRD
.:- BTRB ET STATION"; i or WnshlnK
-- .on and beyond. Stops at Elba,
: ■ G:^n Jilen. anrt lnpAl-sfa£ions.
" Aabldntt to Cherry - Hill I mcl naive.
; •-NeKley. Occoquftn.jond Alexandria.
: Buffet :'arior Car. .v
8:50 Aril. /Jxcent: Sunday, . from
B^TRD-STREET STATION. .; for
Washtnifton and. beyond-^ Stops at
— Elba, a»en Allen, and local «U
tlona, Ashland to Accottnk itnclu
slve. Seminary, and Alexandria. _^ .
12:05 Noon. Except Sunday, from BYRD
. ' ;-; STREET- STATION, for W.isWuk
• ion- and beyond. ; Stops at Elba.
- > Ashlar.d, DoswelC MUfora, Fred
■'-. erlrkaburr. and Alexandria. Buffet
Parlor v Car. Connect^ with ; Con
■ gresslonal limited.' r
Sif4:oO P. ,M. Except - Sunday, 'from
>. . BYRD-STRBET ; STATION. , ac
commodation' ':for. ; t«*reder|cksburs
and Intermediate 'points." C. v i
6.-O5 p. M. Pally, n-oro MAIN-STHEBT
.■- STATION, for Washington and
beyond. > Stops at uoavtell, Fred
erlckaburc. and. Mexar.flrla. Jeleep-;
Ing'Carto^New.York.; -■ ' •■-"• -■••::
C:l« P. J"i Dally, from ELBA BTA
TIf /r, for -Wajihlngton and :b>*;
iyona. . Stops at - Frfderlcicstourg
and Alexandria. Steeping- Car .to
. ; New; York/ D!ntmr :Car. ;. ■ • v
•B:8O P. M. Except S<indny,' from ELBA
STATION. • Accommodation _. for
Ashland and !nterm"dlat«». Dotnts.
H:OB P. M". Daily,; from BYRD-STREBT^
V STATION',- for Washington and b*-'
x'ond.. Slops 'at Klbn. Ashland.
Doswrit.- Milfbrd,* ■*. Frederleksburjf.
Brooke, Widewater. Quanttco,: and
Alexandria." y"; Stops ;at:r other sta-:
tlons ; Sunday.' Olceplns Chr "Rlco
mond'to New York; and Washing-.
. ton to Philadelphia. . '
11*15 P.- M. TCxcept Sunday. ; from EL.BA
•""STATION. Accommodation : for
Aohland "and; lnurmMiiite pclnta.
TUAKS ARTII\-K ntdIMOVD— SOUTH.
-. '.:.-*,- i. ' ■%/-: 1:0/ WARD.;?;*; : ;.;.-:'. i -
6:40 A. M. Except Sqnflay,^ at ELBA
■- -STATION.' "from
- -Ash'and 'arid intermediate; points."
: §":25 A. M. Except: SQndny.; at" BTRDt
STRE ET STATION. Aceommofla
■-■■■•' tion from "yredericlesburc and ;ln
. tcrmedtateJ pt>int3. ■ „' ■;■, - : -
«J'4O\:M. Dally, v at BYRD-STRSET
STATION. Stops .at : Alexandria,
Occoquan. J .V/idcwater. ' Brooke.
Fredcrlck?biirpr. .Mllford.i Dos well,
- Aahland^andjKlba;? Stops: at j ether
• stations Sunday. ;: Sleeping Car, New
: York Richmond: ;
12-O1 P "*M.- Exeunt : Sundajv at BYRD
" 8T REET STATION. Stops at ; lof
cftl "stations. Washington .to A«h
land inclusive. .; Glen vAllcnv Allcn «ad
2 02 P^M; Dally, at ELBA STATION.;
*- ♦ jStops* at- Alexandrla.?Lorton;?Occo^
, - quan.*" Fredf r!cl:sb«rc- : r> id ; ail! ford.
-:■■■"'■' Sleeping: ; Car," , from JSevr York.
- ; '"■ ■■ DlnincCTar.r ■.';■.•:•* P;^^.,i- r i, ■„--■- --s,-:,
2 : 05 PM3 i Daily, : fit L M AIN-STREET
p.. ■:- -<■ -'•■ gTATION.i •.-; fltooa - at ;.i"Alexandrla^
• , . Frederioksburg,
; '' -*~ anrt?: Ashland. «Sleepin«rcCftriJfroir;
Kew York. - • v; ' •
6 -00 P. - M. " •■'• Exc»pt Sunday. ; at ; ELBA
' -;RTATION -.-. Accommodation ;> from
/Aahlacd •andgint«rm*dlatest(blnt*3
n T -lrf P. M; Daily. -at r DTRD-STREET,
" . STATION. StopiTii at tv;Al«ftnarlJ^
- Fredertckabtiri^ DoswelJ; ; j Ashland."
-' »nd "f ;Blb».'p S]eep|njC;*Car«i3froni
New York end W«shir>cton.^Dla>
■*•■■■■ -'-'■■■" Ins:' Car.
! : 8-60 P &M; iDally. ioX BYRD-STREET,
STATION. -Stops at' Alexandria'and
locals ctatiotjs: Qoantico'tft?Aithl»n<§
" Inclusive. Glen Allen and. Elbx**Buf-
I -
If !•«» c P. v-M;' : -' Dany,< ! at a MAIN-STREET,
<m!MOi BTATION.-^FlpriaapS; »nd SM« tto-;
I i poliunf Lfmlt«d. L Matop« |at wAi9*£
andrla. Fredericksbar^posweH. 4'4 '
andr'Ashlnnd. Seeping scar* .? from
I«^SN^j<Tork^#W«a&BPa®fea^
itt'«»;piV-»ftßxcepts^nunday. «t SLBA^
'S^KAiutoAsiiseiißDraw^^g
iTLANTie^COASTififEi
tbams LEitvt niciraosD-nio.
%fQ&oist Off oik fU sW s A<B MIW Stops ! only.' a*gf
fe»:«s*A;'Sa«-^D»tty>^Arr*vc»»Eeiei»bttr*.Sg
I, J..* :V»onvJllo^B:3ag^M^-Tompaf»rf»|^
-' /"■ V- P^ M ~?Port LTamp'a/- 10:00 - t^lLtOoaS|g
- ~ „.•■' nect» at *>\vitson iwlth *Nd.T43.'*arrlr^ > ,
■ ;•; >:; ing;Go;dsboro' SrSil'i^r^pVllmins-^
• : .'^. .toa.iap.-iL^jPuHman'iSlceperlJNfiwf^
, York -to ''Jacksonville-. . ' v- ;■
11:10 a: '9!l;i Daily. 7Arrives; Petersbar^s^
: : JI:SS rAI-il. "Stops : r Majjchtater.^,
-Drewry's ißiufr." ;Ceritfalla, "'at:d .
v .--: Chester/ on signal. ' ' "'"*
1:10 P. fir. r Daily. ■ arriving
■ : vl:a)i-P;VIL: :CohnectsV,wiih';KarttwiC^f
-■ '■ : and v Western " railroad I tor^ltoArNmitM
- and ; Intermediate"; points.' StQp3.«,at;^;
Drewrv's?r Bluff,-' ■- Centralla, S
-: -'■• Cheater "
»:0O P. M. "OCEAN : SHORE jEIMITEU. .
Dally.? Arrtve3 CPetersburK ' 3:3 * ?£*?§;
; M.; Norfolk.:?:a>^P;::K;«Stop«lonrr|i:
. »t.»P*ter3burjr, Waverty* and JMI- :
4:8O 'p. ?.r: DaJTy, «c«a?t Sundft^ Ar-' j
drives Petersburg S» t». AL; '•WeWmt^
M, •" Makes all intermedfate-stopifc^y •
;«:O« p. iM.vDftily.: Arrive* 'P««e™«np^
-■■-.":?-:p.'--'Ar.-'..;Makf;ssaH:'atOJ^^V^7'>
T:3C P, M. S-- F LOR ID A AND '*.WEST^ - ? ■> •
• DTA>f; UMIT2D./ Datly.^ AlTlVf»f^
. rcterffcarc^SiO? P.
*Jtlv Norfolk and AV'«*tpr».f»«'i.Nort^
. fo!kanc!"jnterm«drat*'lp«n»l : ! i-»tfj::
- - poria3:(«iP. JM^Kcdnn^cMtwithfA^s
lantic ar.d;Danville rorstat.cna be^sg
vill^^Weldcn^:^ F."M.^Xttyette- .-.;»
avllle l:! 5 AVM.. Ch*rlestoa:«^CiA.2l
i ; M;,^Savannrth 3:10 A. M-. 'Jftctson- m
! : vine42:soP.*M.. Tampa 10rf»P>iM.»i^
i -:'\;'-'vPort;-.Tampa".lo:3o.:.P/:M.-.-:^ : -- : -^^^>i; :^
NEW LINE TO 'MIDDIJftXHSORT.^
■ ■'::- S:10 A; M:. Macon 11:20 Ai;M..'vAt-. -
.'.-■'.■ :ianta -12:45 P. M.:.Pullman^leeper^
: -New York to Wilmlnston»; Charles- ;,
. ton. Port; Tampa. f Jackaonvino," Au-v .
gusta;iand Macon. ":<" ' ~ w «
; 0:45 F; M. Dally. ;Arrivlns Petersburg .;•.,
' ~ " 10:25 P. M. Connects' at Petersburg- ;
with vNorfolk; *nd S Western \r«a^:^
Way, - arriving I*ynchbur^ > : P,^.
- M:^Roanokes A. ; M.; ;BrUrtol 10M9,
. A;; M. Pullman Sleeper Rtcamonelj
11 :3O ?: a^^Daily.^ Arrives PetcrttoSr*
- ■■ ]2:10 A"M '■' '■ •• '•--'- ■"' ''■' -■"■■ * : -- ---.";•-,:'
TRAIJfS : AHKIVK MICItMOSD- $
4:12 AIM. I Dally. ; From. JacksonvJUeJS
Savannah, , Cnarleston; ; . AtMUjta^Vlji
• Macon. Augusta. . and .■;.*» point* ,
T:BS A^S:' Dallx. Frcrn^Pettfaburs, =
' Lynchburs. and the west.'^^.i
848 A: r M: ; Datlr. ' except Sunday.
x ' ■■; Petersburaf local.' ".^ ; ■ •„ . .
: 11 :1O A. ai.: Daily. From Goldsboro - and
intermediate stations, Norfolk, and
11:42 a! M. 11 ' Pally- From Norfolk. Suf--.
Roanoke.: and .intermediate points.
4:30 P. M. Dally. From Petersburg
Sand intermediate points. :^- a^-i ■
e-5O P M. Dalf>'. From Norfolk, sac
' folk, and J>rter?bury. . t . W nl^
7:45 P. M. Daily. 'From" Mlaml^PortJ
Tnmpa. JacksonvHlc. B»vannaft.;u
Charleston. Wilmington. .Golds-^
: boroV and all points ; Son tl».^. ■ ■ ■ : ;
S-GO P. M. Dally. : From Petersburg;. .
■"■■: i
Traf flo Ma»ag« ■
J. R. KENI.Y, -■ V. ...-.:- :.--..:. ■ ' -•' ,
h. M^yss^ ' : ; ■ ..
,: General Pas^n^^t^^ . ,
' Division 'VasaPTtee?' Agent*- \
3a U CS east Main fltr«r»?.
RICHMOND AP PETERSBURG- -
ELECTRIC RAILWAY^n^ Vv|
CARS LKAVE CORNER 'PERRY «TO : :,i
\-']- ■ SEVENTH STREETS. -MAN-- /..; ,;. >■
CHESTER," 7.'. - ~ '"£. '- ■ \ /''
Every Hour" from C A. M. to 10, P. M»
CARO LEAVE -.-PETERSBURG ...... ,
30 Minutes After* Every Hour, from- «:» '
:ap 4-3ra A. M. to 10:30 P. M.* ' -
DEPARTtBB OF STEA3IEHS. :
ilulllilla
P^ nuHSßip ■ mnv, .
DSiLY LJIME
FOa NEW- YOKE, XHS 2TOBTH, A2TD ' KAST. *:
PASSENGERS can leave dally, ; except v
Sunday by Chesapeake anil Ohio railway. 3 'fe
at <s:M AV -M- and 4:W:P. ir.>"or;9:oo'Ai;M/i>-:
and 'i P. M. by Norfolk Hand , Western ■; rail-,:.'^
way.; both; .lines vfconnecting. at .Norfolfc/'
wlt'h direct steamers; anlllng- bame day/; oril'§
by company's v new i steamer ..; tilruniion^ Ssi
lea^-lnc Wednesd;iy, -andxFrfday. :>: >
at " P- ; M --^ ; arriving f at JNorfoUc : at ;6;; 6 ; A^ /: t'i
M*., there transferring ;; 'to '.: Xevr_, York; '. .;
S FREIGHT for. all sort bern, eititernir
&ad -foreign ports .received aiu-ompany'a s«-<
wharf Hocketts, and ~rorwsrastf"-cialrjr;-^
PASSENGEKS '. can ledvs i daily, sxcept n:
iSunday/*i Sunday/*" from : coranany"*- oier. :No.;2«Vf f
North^Kivcr. -•■a*r:»M».-ai., ror;Old Polntv'n
Comfort and NorfoUs. connecUnif - ,wltl» fc*
Chesapeake iand. Ohio iand; Norfolk. ; and r'.^
Western ""trains for Richmond, or- wltn ?^
new steamer. - Brandon> teavtns Norfolfe: V
Tuesday. Thursday, and Sunday 7 P.M. :";'.:
/FREIGHT received and forwarded daily r .i '".-.
except Sunday. ;: "•-*.: '■■■' :: '-. . ■ ■-". ■- .-- ■■•■: iv. ;
'Tickets on sale; at company's office. 1212 <
r^^t Main -- street; .Richmond i Transfer ij
Company; s,'.' ; 3o3 :•. east ' ? Maln lstreet; f; Mur- -,v, v ,
'"nws Hotel;'- Chesapeake --ana rJOhlo.-^and,
Richmond and Petersburg, depot?, Ricix-v
:monS- Baggage checke<l throush , to all r:
p( For S *further > Information apply, to i ,--',
* or " jOtIN' F.-MAYEfft. .Agent;; -
1212 easts t llain street^ Richmond, iVa.: . /' ?
GeneraKOfflces: SI 'Beach ; street,; corae»:?^
■"•■•- 1 Uf-etS^'w York, N.- Y." ■" ' r "*-;»,."•
"3'-B. WALKER. - rJ..J.^BRpWN; ■
TraSlc Manager. Gen . Pass. Agent. s.-W;
"SiiiniOMiiEßS I '-.
TRAHSPDRTATIOHCOMPAHrS>
STEAMSHIP LIMES. '
DIKECT ; BOTJtESTO|BO3IOir^^KIIiu» .
; A2n>;pBO7IDE»CE, B. I.
"" :«=tonmers"K ieave^"' Kcrfolk "for : "•BostoiS'^
TUESDAY. V .- VWJSDNESDAY; - FRIDAT. '
"and "SUNDAY at'Oß M.;:for Provldisnci-i
MONDAY/ THURSDAY, and " SATUR-
DAY at'C P. 511. . •- . i
•.. an<2 cuisine unsur- :v
• Passensers "and freight taken for .< aU ■ ; '
Yew England points.
m Ticket* on eale at I Chesatwake and l OhloM
andNortolVt and Western • railway sofflctaiy
ap» • - Xortolk. V«. g
BAY LI^E
TO BALTIMORE
Via C. & O. Railway and
Old Point.
U. S. MAIL' ROUTE. - - '^*S3>
OWo^raUway •; aaily^excm^ndajr^atl
r*?^&l^cbnnectlns^atiOM^Po!fttaw!tll|*
tb^uperb steamers of lth«iOldrß«ri4a«ti^
llggiiirtll
NORFOLK^STKAIIiIIIF L&K. - •

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