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ARTICULATE DEFEATSIWYETH.
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>'KAV YORK. July, 7.— Keynote, OM-Eng-
Innii, and Ohnct Vcro" Uie'-.win'ninK 4 favor-*
Itoa at Hrighton Roach : 10-day.- Thc-fva
turo wn» the Jlnish in the lir.st race, which
was for apprentice boys, when Keynote
was a favorlto «l 7 to 30. ChoHie (8 <o
',) ]cd.. his field .in; the Jirst; Quarter .by
fciv lomrths, l>ut Keyjiote. in. a hard drive
n3HJiJ'M«"d to get a dead heat.-. Summary:' *
Kirst race— Mile a^jd a sixteenth— Cho.-ite'
jS to 1) and Keynote (7 to 10) ran dead
beat; Bessie McCarthy (9 _to 2) third.
Pinie. IM7. Run-off— Ki'.ynoto (1 T<) 5) won,
thoatc (3 to 1) second. Time. 3:521-5...
Second race— V^ive • furlongs— Eugenic
gurch (II to 5) won. St.; Jude (2 -to 1) sc
-oad, Louise Elston (fi to 1) third. Time,.
i:i)l ~-Tk •-. - • ' ; •- . -. ■ -.• ■
Third nice— Six furlongs — Old England
(I 10 1) won, Josopha (3 to }) second, Re
morse (•« to 1) third. Time. 1:13 4-5.
Fourth race— Handicap; mile ruid a fur-^.
long— Francesco 02 to 1).w0n.; Noiis. (2:to
3) second, Roxano (3 to 1)' third. Time;
1:5! 4-3. , . . .'. " ' /';• '7' .
Fifth race — Six furlongs— Dramatist \(fi.
to 1) won. Joe Cobh (ev«*n) Becc>nd* Frank
lin C H2 to 3) .thirds Time, 1:14 3-5.
Sixth race— Mile an<V a- sixteenth— Ohnet
(even) '.yon. Peninsula. (. r > to 1) 'second,
-•;>tir<- O-' to T») third. • Time, 1:48. ■■"...
WASHINGTON PARK.
CHICAGOJ July 7. — Articulate, owned by
George A. Davis,: of San Francisco, and
trained by R. A. Smith,,- won another
straight vinory to-day. ■In the third
racfl at "Washington Park he easily- outran
tlie Derby winner,';. Wyeth. Articulate
a:nl Wyeth wer<» nssigiunl equal weights
the scale, but Wyeth picked up two.
pounds in order that L.yn"e. the stable
jockey, might ride. Wyeth hung to
within two lengths -of him for five fur
]i«iirs, and weakened only a little before
lhcy turned into the- stretch. Articulate
cvftitunlly drew away, snd won easily by
five lengths. Summaries: ; ..
First race — mile and twenty yards— Otis
(< to 5) won. Favonlus OO to ]). second.
Brief (8 to 3) third; Time. 1:48 3-B.
Second rac«' k - ; 2-yonr-olds: five fiirlongs—
Gr<»por K. (2iVi.to.l> won. Top' Soil {6 to 1)
• pecond, Miranc« (10. to 1) third. Time.
1:05: • * r -' t
Third race— mile and an eighth— Articu-
Inte <7 ti 10) won, Wyeth (13 to r>) second.
Wild Pirate (SO -to 1> third. 5 Time, 2:01.
Fourth rac»i — sir'ftirlonps — Ethel- Wheat
(7 to 1) won. R^d Hook (S to 1) second,
Hanover Queen (9 to f>) third. Time, 1:20.
Fifth mc*> — 3-yrar-nlils; one mile — Lucion
Appl«*by Ol 10 30) won. Corrlpnn (4 to 1)
second." Bragg (5 to 1) third.- Time. 1:48.
Sixth rare— selling: seven -and ahalf fur
\ongf—Winter (11 to 2) won, Artena (20 to
D P'-cond, Marshal (G to 1) third. Time,,.
!:-!l 2-o.
NATIONAL I.KAGUI2 IlAI^.
Rronklyn l)rfrn«K lh<» CiiiclnnntinnH.
So«iro, «• <<» O.
CINCINNATI. 0., July 7.— (National.)—
Cincinnati could do nothing with New
ton to-day, and played a miserable game.
Score:
Cincinnati 0000 00 0 0 o—o 5 2
Brooklyn. •••. OSOOO-2000-5.il 0
Batteries: Thlelman and Tietz; Newton
nnd A hern.
Umpires. Messrs. Powers and Brown.
Time of; the gnme, 1 hour and SO minutes.
A 1 tendance^;' liOOJ
PITTSBURGH C; PHILADELPHTA. 3.
PJTTSBURG, "PA.. July 7.— (National.)—
Until the eishth inning Pittsburg -\\^s
l;ept guessing, then four hits won the ;
pr.me for the home team." ..Score:,.
liUsi.uiir .... ....2 00 0 0 (MJ 3 .*— a 7 2
rhlladolphia .. ..:.] 10001 ofi o— 3 S 2
Batteries: Tannehill anrl Smith; Iberge
nnd T'ocTn. ■ ". ,
Umpire, Mr. Eirisllc. Time of the game,
1 hour ;m<l •!"> minutes. Attendance, 190.
NATIONAL LEAGUE RECORD.
W. L. P.O.
Pittsl>urg ...... 4r, v .7H7
Brooklyn ........ Sf) 29 .',73.
noston '... :S3 27 .r.r.o
Chicago S3 SO: .52!
Philadelphia ." 29 37 .43:)
St. Loiiis 2S 3G .4"? ;
Clnclrnnati 24 3S .357
Kc-w York .............. 20 42 .323
SCHEDULE FOR TO-DAY.
rTrtladelphla at Pittsburg. -
New York at Chicago, >
Boston at SL Louis,
■ Brnoklyji at Cincinnati.
TIIK AMKUICaS* I.KAGI'K. '
Clrvolimtl WiiiM from Cliicnjxo—
Score, S to Tt.
CLEVELAND, July 7.— Cleveland out
batted Chicago and won easily. Bemls
was i-ont to tho bench for disputing one
of Sheridan's decisions, while Manager
Oriliith was ordered off the field. Score:
Cleveland 4 10111 0 0 *— S 13 4
Chlcajprv'- 10 003 0 0 10—5 G 2
Batteries: Wright; Bemls and Wood;
Patterson ami Sullivan.. Time of game—
one hour and 35 minutes. Attendance,
2.751. r ,. r , . . .
Umpire^ Sheridan: ;<( <■ ■ • • ... . • „..;'
BOSTON. 4: PIIiLADELPHrA, 2.
BOSTON*. MASS.. July 7.— Boston won
to-day liy bundling four hits in the sev
enth Inning. Score:-
Boston ........0 1000 03 0 •— 4 S 2
Plilladclphia .0 oloon 001— 2 C, 4.
Batteries: Winters. and Warner; Plank
and Towers. Time of game — one hour and
* ft minutes. Attendance, 4,547.-
Umjiire, Connelly.
BALTIMORE, 13;; WASI^NGTON, ,0.
I'.AITIMOnE. MD.. July 7.— Baltimore
I'.iit.'d Orth. of the Washingtpns, out of
the box in the iniiing this eve
nine and the visitors never had a chance
to v/in thereafter. Score:
Baltimore ...0 74010 10 •— 13 19 > 3
0000 00 0 0 0— "0 7 1
15aitfri(?s: Ilowell and. Robinson; Orth,
Towiiscnd. Clarke and Drill. Time of
same— one hour and 45 minutes. Altend
ance. 2.214.
Empires, Johnstone and Carrutliera.
POSTPONEMENTS.
Chicago-New York . game postponed;
w<A grounds.
St. Louis-Boston- game postponed; rain.
lianterii Lenfrn'e^ ; '
At Provivlencn— Montreal, 7; Providence,
At WorceKter— "Worcester!- 8; Toronto. 2.-
At Jersey City— Jersey City. S; Newark.
E. " * .-■.„.'■-
At Rochester— Rochester? 12; Buffalo, 1.
-North ('uruliitn Lcnßue. . ■ .. '
Charlone, «; .Newbtrn. 7. ,
Gw^uKboni's S; Dnrhjim. 1.
Ralfjgh, 35; Wilmington," 4.
Southern I<traic«i<** "j
Chnttnnooga, f'; Little Jtock, 5.
"Inulnnlmm. \: M'-niphls. 7-
Atlanta, 10; N>w Orleans. 8.
AitKliviDe. 6; Bhr<Bvej»ort, &. r .
s!*"Crii\v to Manußp Ncmv Y<irU <.n«l>-
HALT! II ORB. MD.," July. ".—John"; J. v
McGrjiw 'announced to-night" that lie has
«!cn<-(3 -with Andrew.; Freodman, to ;mnri
ckp thp n <;w York Xational -League Base-;:
wall Chili. A .mnjorjty of ■ the stockhold^
w« of ih«. Baltimore Club met- this! eve-'
"inK, and agreed* to release. lxlin//1 His ;
salary win b.Vji o.ooo a year.'. .7116 contract^
J" for two yo«rs. ..■ ", --.; /. . .. ; - - : ;;-
Uoblnison and Kelloy were: c-iected; joint
'nunas«?rs of the Baltimore American;
J " p ai;ue Club. x : .- '
j ' - ■ * * \
Lake Best
Often Disagree With Us
' : Bocauso wo. overeat' of thorn. " < -Indi
{restionfollowg:; I3ut!-thcro'B: ar^wayAt<>
'escape suclrTOni^ueqccs^yL^osa'offa'
■^6^,dij^tahtUko]K^pV^ill'?elivo^you :
at once Your stornacli; is -simply- too
weak to digest what' jou cat; ;HThat'aTaU ;
: : md Jgostio'a :is. 7- Kodob digesUl tHo Jf odd
without-tho stomach's raid/ "Thus;,, tho
stomach rests whUe^tbe body, is strength
ene'd by /wholesome food.; is un-"
necossafy; Kodol digests s ariyl kind ; ol
g<sodfocJd.StrcngthefasaTid invigorates^
-Kodol Makes -.'■..-,-- :"': "'
S;p§ . Rich Red Eloado
Prepared only by E. C. DeWitt & Co.VChlcago.
: . Two $1 boitlocoPt.-Una2^ times tho 50c. siae.
©eWin^wnciiiisiei^iLVE
A certain icuro for .piles and slcin'tlisoases-
THE DIAMOND SCULLS.
TltuM, of Xew York, Defeat* ScholeVi,
; . of Toronto, in Prclimliißry Heat.'
lIENLKY. ENG, July 7.— C. S. Titus, of
the Union Boat Club, of New York, beat
Louis Scholes, of the Don Rowing Chilv
of .in a . preliminary heat for^th*
Diamond sculls. Titus', won by, a ?length
and a half. Time. cSfminutes,-- 33 seconds.
, J. Berosford, ' of the Kensingtoi Rowing
Club, beat K. Johnson, of '■ the Ty/icken
ham'Rdwing Club, by two and a "half
lengths. Time, 8:47. ...
! : H. li. .Etherihgton-Smith, ■'.'. of the" Lean
der Howing Club, beat L. X. F. Prevel, of
the Club Nautlque, of Nice, easily." Time
S:«: ' "• •'" ' "' ' ' .?■' ■ "•' • ■ ■ ■ '■:
COXDITIbS' OF ED. MJIvEXNA.
Hn« 'iVcycr. RepTJiJnod Coiikcloiibiiohs—
Sufferer. >foir: in ; Lynclibursr.
LYNCHBURG: VA.; July 7.— (Special.)— _
Ed. McKcnna, who was badly hurt last
Thursday on the Chesapeake and, Ohio
railway.-.' near.-. Buchanan, was" brought,- to,
this city Saturday -afternoon by his bro
ther, and was taken to the liome of . Mr.
James McKenna. "corner, of -v Maple and
Poplar streets. Jie has never ..recovered
consciousness since he was struck,-and
his friends are. wry apprehensive, as to
his condition. .As far as can be learned,
McKenna v.-as nit by some one, presum
ably with a sand-bag, behind the left. ear,
on the track, not far from Buchanan,
where he was found snortly afterwards,
and was taken to Bucnanan and cared
for. lie has never regained consciousness,
hence is unable to tell how he was hurt.-
McKenna is about 25 years of age, is a
tinner by trade, and had. only left home
last week. 'About a year, ago he returned
from the Philippines, where he had served
with the Forty-third Regiment .of. Volun
teers! ! ,■
Oil/ COMPAXIE'S TAICIXO EARTH.
S<mulard aiTTT liiiKninn ' Concernn Di
vide the Ilrl'tiuh Market. -
, BERLIN, July 7.— The Boersenhalles, of
Hamburg, prints a dispatch from St. Pe
tersburg'tOrday, Avhich says the Stand
ard' Oil Company and the Russian Oil
Company have signed a contract dividing
the British market, two-thirds going to
the Standard Oil Company and one-third
to the Russian.
The correspondent of the Boersenhalles
savH that similar contracts " for other
countries ure being arranged, and he as
sumes that Germany will 'be' partitioned.
N. &■ W;.AND THE POSTAL CO.
>'o Xesotiutionn I^obklnjsr to Matter's
SupplJintliis' Western Union.
rtOANOKK. VA., July 7.— W. C. Wal
strurii, superintendent of telegraph, of the
Norfolk and Western railroad, to-day said
that so far as he. was aware there had
been no negotiations looking to the Postal
Telegraph Company's 'supplanting the
Western Union Telegraph Company along
the Norfolk and; Western/tracks.
- .Sonthslde Social- Club. . -
The "Southside Social' Club gave their
second annual picnic at Five-Mile Locks
on July 4th. • Music was rendered by Mr.
Davis and others. Many amusements
were indulged in, such as fishing, target
shooting, berry-picking, and'other sports.
Among those who helped to make the
dayrenjoyable were Misses Florence Gar
nett. Annie Groome, Lottye Groome, Mary
Lucord. Belle Shepherd, Copeland' Row
lett. Sa<3ie Seward. and Ethel Richardson;
Messrs'. John .Lucord, IT. Micheals. J.
Davis, Hi Gibson, A. Minter. Mr. Hatton,
C. Moore, E. Clements, and Mr. Baughn.
The chaperones were Mrs. Graves, and
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin.
XI3GRO MAX CUT BY WOMAN.
AVHlinm! Peßrram Rceeivcs Several-
Wounds,', in SeW-Diefence.
Neprops.' excursions';' mean 'liquor, 'and
razors form a dangerous combination, and
it was the result of* such: a one that-Wil
liam Pe-gram. a- negro, now lies in a se
rious condition at the City Hospital with
several ugly stab wounds in his anatomy.
The woujicis were inflicted by a negro
woman named Gertrude Johnson, who
fled after the' cutting, but was later cap
tured byPolicp Officer Johnson and lock
ed up to awaif the result of the mans
wounds. He was unable- to appear when
the case was called in the Police. Court
yesterday. „ . '
"According to the best account available
ns v to the affray. Pegra m was druhk| and
was the aggressor. He boarded the train
where ihcVoman was. displayed hisjgun
in such a way as to overawe the female,
and then proceeded to slap her m no
loverlike fashion. Thus exasperated, as
she claims Gertie then-defended herself
in such a vigorous manner as to put her
assailant liors de combat. _.. .
I>ci«ili <>f Mrs. Miilione.
Mrs. Mary A. Mahone died at. twelve
minutes ,pastT4- o'clock Sunday afternoon
at her residence. No. 220 south Pine street,
after a long illness. Mrs. Mahone .was
twice married. , By the former marriage
there. was one. son, Mr. E./A. Boaz. and
by the latter marriage one daughter. Miss
Minnie V. Mahone. She also leaves one
slst'er,~-Mrs. Elizabeth .Bowers, and tto_
brothers. Mr. John Cubben and Mr.
George G. Cubben. - ■'-,
The funeral took place at 5:30 yesterday,
afternoon from the Church of the Cove
nant. . . .
Ktiitli rCrntchfielfl."
. Edith, the infant daughter of Kate. L..
.iiid the. late J.J. Crutchlleld. Jr., died
last night at the residence of Mr. John
J.i Crutchneld. ; .
'■' The arrangements for the funeral have
not been made. . .... ' „..»-
s Mlnn Annie lteirt. r ,
- Miss Annie; Reid; aged 35 years, died
Sunday at No. 3 south -Third street. _. _
V.ie funeral took place yesterday arid
the borlal was in Hollywood. ;;, ; : ; ;
Mnh'iiie V. Hall.
Mamie V. Hall/ infant; daughter of W.
H. and 1.. V. Hall, of 2417 Venable' street,
died Sunday. ' ''•' : : . ;< ■'■;,. .-'
The funeral took place yesterday . and
the, burial , was in Maury. cemetery, - Man
chester. ; - ••;/•*■ ■ •' . ..
ROW- OX S'EORO EXCIIRSIOB
:'£ rum linpirtly-Moyliigrj Traiii^v
A nogro excursion l and' a row
alvvavs associate '= themselves .together," as
wne I 'the case' yeßterdav^ when 'i a% large
number of Richmond:. negroes?;went-r.to
Ilnmpton- over, ihe Chesapeake land * Ohio
for a duy-s^mting. ." AU.went :weir=until
the train was inearlng, its.destlnatlon, on
ihP v return*trin.;w|K'n. justi;|theothersside >
of Fulton.^trouble started: -What: hap-:
ueiipd is * not* known?' but- as ,;on<?; ; otgthe.
Caches crossed! over ■'Umlalana: street-: the
forroof a ncsrownsLseenjtojsaiythrpuijh
the air Ituwas-Tom>Snead.^and- he;had'
K^h thrown ? b6uiiv.;Y from Bthe^ rapidly-]
'.movinß train^aHeilSyatinbong^iiough
tot - the crty ' ambulance to ■ make the }onp
jmovedf tonthe-ihospltal.-SwhereJiheS^raa?
foundgto^be?Buu!eringi.with?a;sbrokenyies;
andiaSnumber.oflugly- brulses.^Tom twill '|
remember the trip to Hampton for come
THE JTATIOSiAI, i:DUC"ATORS^
'Dr. •Harper! Spenkn on Eilurntlonal
'-. - • '
- :, • ProKrcnK of Year. ■
July^ 7.T-Three
imeetlngsiof J^^ the; Nationals Council, of £the
'National iHEducatlonal and
1 two ! of the J-DepartmentTof rlndianjEduca-"
;tlon?:.wore held; to-day. J The? firsts general
. session / of^the; association- will be held (to^
morrow ; afternoon. „'
. Dr. AV.iß. "Harper, president ; of gthe
tlniverslty -of ; Chicago^dellyerediianyad
dress 1 -before ; the" National ; - Educational
Council; to-night, - In ; f of - the -edui
ca tional ; progress = of -> the -\ year. '-He - re
ferred v, to*. Yankeei supremacy. fln^varioua
branches v of * peda gogy," and v in "I conclusion
pa lnted; a ■;■ picture ' of an*: Anglo-American'
alliance In j^thefJieldsK of i enlightenment
:andihumanlty,= describing ithe^scholarshlp
bequests of Cecil? Rhodes and ;the^endqw-"
mentby'Mr.-Carneglelof^a'rnatiort.iliuni
verslty at~- Washington; vast. the ."greatest
•educational -events'; ofi ther'^year.-'-H ' : :^- r
i Charles". '•-.-: Gilbert - of
Schools at Rochester, rN.jY-T' discussed 1 this
-afternoon '.'The -Function;* of ' Knowledge
In Education.". He was followed : by.'AVil
llam'.T.-Harris,"United-States CommiS';
sioner of" vEducation.:- who .delivered van
nd dress on •' 'Th e . Di ff er ence .Between Ef
ficient Causes and Final- Causes in con
trolling Human Freedom." ..':';?
KEWMES FOR SOFT COAL MIXES.
Among Them Are 150. Negroes from
1 •>Xo'rtli : Cnrblina. ' "
ROANOKE,' yA, July. 7.— Norfolk -.and
Western railroad claimed to-dayj
that more coal was mined' last Saturday,
in the Pocahontas Flat Top ■ fields than
on : any Saturday during the month /of
June, and that almost every man in the
folds returned to work this morning. .
■- . Three '* carloads •of • men : for .the West-
Virginia mines passed through : Roanoke
to-day, from ' eastern . Virginia, and a con
tractor'for the ; North Fork Coal and Coke
Company brought ■ 150 colored men in Jon
the- Roanoke; and Southern from North
Carolina: en route to the mines.-; -"Business
is resuming ? the normal conditions.
Mine Agreement at IJlrmfiiS'hnm.
'BIRMINGHAM, -ALA., July. 7.— The
miners -and. coal operators' met in sepa
rate conventions here to-day. It is. under
stood that. the Montevallo Coal and Trans
portation "Company has .withdrawn ' from
the coal operators' association and an
nounced that the company would; deal
with the miners. It is understood that
an agreement will be reached to-morrow
by" which the miners will return to work.
. Wnrrnntß for Riotous .Strikers. .
'HARRISBURG.;. PA., July
Reiff swore out warrants to-day for three
strikers at the Williams colliery for in
citing riot and interfering with his depu
ties in protecting non-union men in. going
to and from work at Lykens and Wil
liamstowh. . , • , "* -.■" •
• The sheriff says the situation in the
region is critical.
PHESrr MITCHEI.I. IN NEW YORK.
Mnch Specnlation n» to, "Why He in
.:'■■: ■ : : There. ; - •
WILKESBARRE, PA.. JuTy 1-—™^
President John Mitchell New TorK.
and'all the other iminers* leaders at Nan
licoke, attending the annual convention
of District No. 1. the strike headquarters
were an extremely quiet place to-day.
Tho ninth week of the suspension of an
thracite coal- mining, shows no change-in
the situation. There is -much speculation
as to what caused Mr. MitcheJKto go -to
New. York. - ' . -
There were several arrests ' made In
this valley to-day of persons accused of
intimidating alleged "unfair" workmen,
but the arrests caused no disturbance of
any kind. : . - •• , , .
• Kitchener. Pruises the Boers.
PRETORIA, July 7.— Lord Kitchener's
valedictory to the troops, dated June 25th,
after extolling the conduct of the British
soldiers in the face of great hardships
and difflculties. and against dangerous
and elusive." antagonists, commends -the
kindly and humane, spirit displayed in
all ranks, and concludes as -follows:
■ "This i message , ; would v be-rincomplete
were no reference made" to -the soldierly
qualities 'displayed: throughout the cam
paign bu : our quondam enemies, and.the,
admirable spirit displayed in. carrying out
the surrender. Many of those who con
tended-until the end- have expressed the
hope thatthey.may have, in the future,/an
opportunity to serve side by side with his
Majesty's .forces.'.' . ; .._ , „'
BARKEEPER MISSING.
Norfolk Antliorltio» ' liOoUinff for E.
.'., ■ --.; S. Joynes.. .
NORFOLK, VA.i July 7.— (Special.)—
E. S. Joynes. bar-keeper f orchis uncle,
N. B. Joynes. and S.- H. "Lambert are
missing from Norfolk, as is also .$1,500
in! cash, from N. B. Joyne's safe. Rich
mond; Lynchburg, and Roanoke authori
ties have been asked to be on the lookout
for Joynes and Lambert. ,. ... • , "
Rctinctioir of Naval Force In East.
WASHINGTON, July 7.— The Navy De
partment" 1 contemplates" making "a' 'ma
terial reduction of the naval force on
the Asiatic station- in the near, future.
■It: is? the view here that; while our inter
ests in" the East? are "most "important, the
large : nuihber r of' American warships '■ gath
ered in Chinese and Philippine- waters is
consideVably above the proper. .ratto.-The
plans.: it is said, contemplating ordering
at least one ot the , flag, commanders on
the Asiatic, station to other duty. : '
Woman Ge<s Shot Intended; for
* ''Another.' . — - .
• AMERTCUS, ■•■' G A.. July/ 7.— A, '■•; farmer
named Gwynes, residing on the Staphey.
plantatiori.-near Ain'ericu's. ; killed a negro
farm-hand. ; dangerously Iwounded. a negro
woman, and was. himself shot twice as
the result of an- altercation with a negro.
After a "quarrel. Gwynes shot at the .negro,
and justas he fired [thejwoman stepped in
range find received a load of -shot .in: the
abdomen. ; The negro returned i the fire
and wounded Gwynes.but ; the' latter, final
ly succeeded v in . -, killing ; C his 'adversary:
Gwynes claims that ;hc; acted In self-de
fence. -• "■; '--.■;. ■; ■ ' {•■ ; :: ' : -'-'- - ; ''-■ ■-- ■'/■'._ ;-
"■ 'Strike in 'Bnltimore. V
BAI/riMORE. . July 7.— One thousand
four hundred: workmen, affiliated; with the
carpenters' and' garment-workers' unions.'
quitted work to-day^ As a, result of the
.'strikei the carpentr>v work, on new."build
ings has been Suspended. Vj The carpenters
demand $3 per day and nine -hours as a
day's work; except' Saturday, .when the
work dayshair.be an' hour shorter/ : ". - "
."The garment-workers','; grievance is that
employers "reqiiirp'- them .; to ;supply; : their
own sewing;- machines:' and^otherj imple-
.-* . * ''■ \ ' ; - * '
. I)en«l Bo«ile« in the, River. :: '"'-
SHREVEPOBT, TjAv, .:Jul^ 'V.—Algrre
sonie-'- discovery ".was made,;to-day.;ou ;the_
rlverfront?}Durln"s:.the;morning the dead
bodies; of three negroes were found j float-;
insrin^the :Red river. one Vat the! foot; of
Milan'" ptreetr and : twoi others jat'^thelfoot:
of Travis -street, near " -the • mouth l^ of !■ the
Cross v ßayou- ■• ill., is known .'that two -more
bodies^liaye /been . found; near ; the, mouth
of Twelve ; Mile-: Bayou: .;.-a? short .distance
aboyV the" city/
a: party | of j{slx ;-who ' were; dfownediclate
Saturday v evening^while. crosslng^thofriyer
at ? Pandora pjantationr: by^the 'overturning,
of a"l)oat.V
; TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS.
■'■' Wotib, >Telc.~The Democratic:; congres-;
slonal 'convention ; for_ the^3Sleverith'rrDls. :
trlct nominated Robert Henry.
■ Providence, R... l.— The : motormen and
"conductors?,of?,th<JiUnltedr-Ti^ctlonsCom-!
pany ; ;retiirhed*tosworkj;after.;a'ietr}kesof=
two smonthsl; duration. Tho men founds
Jforfaboiitf foiie^drSllve^JiundredjSapipillfi
cants/PTlielrsiilwajriofflqlalsiwillSnptjdi^
pliuielth.ose! who'iwere^ taken 011 ciunrso tne<
London. — Ist the House i of IComtnbns.fAl^ j
= J. ft, BaUour/« the "^ government!- leader;s anfl I
■nounced -ithatlanf auturanfaessionsof sPax£>
llament^-vvould'-ibeSmecessaTy.'gbeginninSi
aboutUhe' middle 'of / October;* andlthatithe; '
Houpo would adjourn early in August^ |
"iomc.-A memlwr of the committee, of
: CardinaJs^whichs^isf: examining S theiv pro-^
■ positions ~ submitted ?- to 1- the; Vatican sau-j
thori ties' by? Judge) Taf^Governor J of j.tha ]
Philippine Islands. ; with ? regard : to ' y : re-;
lielous>affairs:in:the : archlpelago.lhaa?un-?
omcially^ informed- BlßhopiO'GormaniSof;
Sioux s Falls.v- Bl 3 D.fiwho >is ; a ; member, ,'ofj
Judge"Taft's ! party, 1 ? that tthe; committee!
expects; to be able toireply. to Judge Taftsi
proposition,"; submitted : July- 3d," by; next
i.Thursday/inight. ;s: :" ' • - - . m~ , -
;. Guthrle^ O. ; T— The; Cheyenne.; lndians;
"are .= reported : to.,; be': holding ; a; council-} of '
war;-?, being t angry. i over..: an i- order f. issued \.
by i Mo jor < S touch,-; Indian H'Agen tf, prohibit-; ;
; ing?; them) from a pracUcing -■■ the /tortures,^
:so r caUed I^inci-si=nt^ to; the. sun- dance. .;:
St. r'Paul>r 'Paul> Minn.— The 'National. Afro
- American' Press Association:- convened 'for:
its s twenty-third session, -the "■ programme:
including- a : paper : by :T.' Thomas i Fortune, 5 :
editor of the Age. .New -York city : ; an ; ad- ;
dress on : "The Future :of. the Afro-Ameri-;
can^Press." by C.J.: Henry, of; the ;,Trlf
-Philadelphia/ >and. addresses : ; by
Harry' C. ; Smith; of Cleveland. ;,= and John
R.j. Clifford, of ; Martlnsburg. W. Va. - , -- „.
Washington.— The ■Colombian Govern
ment has ! rejected the counter-proposals
made >by .Vargas Santos, one : q'fi the rebel j
leaders, -: ini response \ to i proposals from the :
government,*- offering i a" general' amnesty
to perscsLs who have taken 'an;actlve • part
in- the:rebellion, i on ■ the ■ conditionv.that
they surrender and cease further hos
tilities.- ■■-.-.. . : : : :.:t; v-<-. },-■•:' :■:' X-. :■;;..;•
"VVinnipeg. Man.— Canadian "-- NoVthern
•trainmen. Including conductors., have, de-.j
■ manded recognition - within:- forty-eight
hours, i; .The: engineers : and? firemen are
m eeting and ■ probably will . come' to some ;
decision.: SuperintendenUMcKenzie vsays
the road will spend a million dollars 'be-,
fore j any organization will .be recognized.'"
;Th« i'Nof them ;, has imported -:. sixty.; men ;
■froni"? the -.South to replace , the : strikers.
,— '".- ■ ■-*■■■'.• . . '---■-.' '-.. ■
■'-Havana.— The reply of the, bankers, of
Havana to the request of the government
to projects^ for the^raißing ; -of^a':
loan of -ROOO.OOO to assist- the 'sugar-cane:
cultivators, .was" received. It announces:
that the bankers did not consider that
: the loan 'could be raised. . „
Boston.— ln a thick fog the Eastern
Steamship Company's- steamer Cumber
land and the United :Fruit Company's :
steamer Admiral Farragut; were in col-"
lision.-and the Cumberland, in a sinking
conation, put back to her dock: and land-;
cd. safely the passengers with whom she
: had started for Maine ports, only. half, an
hour before, while the AdmfralFarragut.
with bent stem and damaged; forward
■works, steamed more slowly up to her
'docks, i ..: \ ■ *" ' , ;
. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING
-- . ■..;..■-■— -—■■■ ' - : .
The FI«I«1 Topped I-nrny Oollesc,
•Tower— Bnildiiiff Daiiiapren. .
LURAY, VA., July ".—(Special.)—.
During an. electric storm, which ; passed
over this section of the county yesterday
evening between six and seven o'clock
lightning struck the tower on Luray:
College and set fire to the building. The
Luray fire department responded prom'pt
•]y to the call and the .flames were : con- ,
iflned. to the tower and soon extinguished.
•There were no occupants of the house,
but the shock was distinctly felt 'by citi
zens residing hear the college. - The. loss
is covered by insurance. There was a
light-fall of rain ihJL.ur.iy, but just south
of Marksville the rain fell in torrents and
the storm was a severe one." On Tanner's
Ridge Mr: John L. Koontz,, of Marksville,
lost nineteen cattle, killed by, lightning,
and had two others injured. Several
other cattle belonging to other persons
were also killed. ;
"W. -' CvXauck, editor of the Page News,
the local Democratic' newspaper, ; has
bought the one half interest of his part
ren. C. J. L. Clem' and is now. the owner
of the entire plant. Mr. Clem retires on
account of his health, and expects to
engage in other business.
Rev. W. J. Cocke, of "VVoodstock, ad
dressed a. meeting in the iuethodist church
here last night in the interest of the Anti-
Saloon League of Virginia. -. ' .
BOOKER WASHINGTON
Ta AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
Expression o£ President of Afro
" \ Anieriean Press* Association~bn
-; ' "I". 'I the ' Subject.
WASHINGTON, July 7.— President Cy
rus Field. Adams, Assistant Register. -of
, the United - States Treasury, . made his
annual address at to-night's session of
the "Afro- American ; :.- Press Association
Convention..: Of an incident that excited
much comment,; President Adams said:
' ''Doubtless - President Roosevelt knew
what • he -yvas doing when he Invited 800k T
er ; Washington- to dine at' the White
House": £Of course, the southern people did
not like' It; they do not -.: like to- see :the.
Afro-American treated as a human being,
but the Hindoo caste ought not to. prevail
in the "United States. -President .Roose
velt believes that he may invite a clean,'
respectable man of ; any race to' dino "with
him, with>ut defilement.";
SUIT INSTITUTED AGAINST '
X STEEL CORPORATION.
To " Uestirriln Conversion of Prefer
red Stock Into Boricls— J. P. ]»Ibrr '^
.-!"•; -Ban »t Company Defenilantn.
TRENTON, N: J., July 7.— A' new suit
against the United States \ Steel Corpora
tion has been instituted in the' Court of Chan
cery, to restrain"^ the,- conversion^ ,of pre
ferred stock of the corporation into bonds.:
A rule to, show ;cause vwas ; granted;, re
turnable in Newark. July ; lsth.-; A^tempo
'rary. order was also granted, restraining
the conversion. ■/.-' .. _:
: J.- P. "-i Morgan'-.. and Company-are.- made
party ' defendants." All of the directors of
the United States' Steel -Corporation are
also personally named as defendants.: The
suit is -■•brought '■•: by Hopkins Brothers, 4 J.
Aspinw'all Hodge, Bernard Smith and'Wil
11am H. Curtis. • ; . .- ,''
. It is charged^ that the proposition to
convert the preferred s- stock . Into" bonds
was result - of v domination of •; ..the
. Board ' of i Directors of the- Steel Corpora-,
tion by J. P. Morgan and others: allied
with 'him in business. v>-- . .; <_,
...; Mllftia . Officer? Comiuiter Suicide. , .
; ; CAMDBN;.N. J.-, July.7.— Colonel George
8.. Feltbn, ;(iuartermaster r general^of^'the
Na Monalf Guard of ; NeV'" Jersey .'-'"arid; form
erly": cltyi treasurer, ;to-day^ committed sui
cide in his office, by inhaling illuminating
'gas. _"",_" . - - ,
'"-." .The ;Farapu« Missionary; Hymn. i;..
- (Atlantic Constitution.) \
T-iEditor^Constitution: s lt may, not be^ gen
erally, known- that ? Georgia' has ; a/ pa r tic
lilar. claim ; on the great missionary hymn;
"From Greenland's ] ley ; Mountains." \ sincl
the music: was ; by a Georgia : niah
for:a Cteorgia '.woman:;: " ■:; ■■• :■.■■'; '> ;.■.;;••
;KRegin^ld?Heber;;an^Eriglish^dergyjman;
'wrote , x the"i.wbrds in?lS23.i shortlyjbef ore : ,hV
became i Bishop Vof and^a^few.
years •■■■; later 1 , a' copy, (came" to v Miss i Mary
tW.\," Howard.' ■'. a; : ' member;; of .!: the' i choir J, of
th© First; Presbyterian fchurch^Sav^ajinahj-'
She~ was sd;linpressedl by^ their, grandeur,
that she; asked i Lowell ; Mason,
bank .-clerk; '.•;? tos compose' \ the ,£ music i, for,
them: ' He7 "set * to \ work;^ ijavingjjWissf How-^
.ard'sr-.vbicc^inr.troin'drj'andliinSlwa^than'!
half <air hpur^complete<l",the task. : . i\\. ,
brough it \ J t--. iii to ' i ayor,\: and ; 1 1 . still i remains
orwyof^the'inbstvpoj^rfullm^najjofrarous-:
in"slthe'TmisaJ6no^iHpirtt>^atlcarrtea?the
Gospel to the uttermost j>art3 ofi>Jj|tha
H'dleia fin % Ihdla^tdweir
Mat-on has also passed away. Mary J-low-
OPPOSITE Ri6Nßpß*'PA'Rit^^^S
■' --■:.■■]■'> ."■■■! R rc H^Np.^yA:Jv^^ : '' : '' ; :;i:
'ii^T^irty-'elg'titltfJsession^Deginiß^ September,!
iiß,^lCo2.%jJßoardingtDepartmeht l -:!limited4
• Principal. at 7- north Btlvifiere after; Sepji
P.?At«XJNIVBRSITY OF VIRGINIA stu
'dent3Bf rom ? this jschool^won.^- iri?lS93-*S6;S4]
degrees >i and 27.,*? diplomas ; £.T>VO of 4?. thef
1-FIVEfjJM; r'A-'s '.' of i that =~ year; ?in?1000-1901,i
6 5 andjoo Jdlplomas;J;insl9ol-1902;^45
\ and ; 40 : diplomas;^^£"v 't^^JS"i!sspP^
?iFqr 'at " : . ahd^the^
otheriiuniversities 3? and fi colleges,^ together^
twith : seei
catalogue,^which;may' be had 'at^book -and?
drugstores,*- or-.by. : mal!upon' ! applications^to :
JOHNiP.I M!GUIRE ,-? or; M.iM;^ M'GU;iRB.i
lavChamberiof SCommerce^Bullding. :-■: . "5
" \ ' ' O>' l-Tu,Th&F3mr ' ' \\
VIRGIWIAICOiiI2EGE
For YOU NG LADI ES, ft Roanoke, Va.
-■: Opens Sep^3B,f 1902.^ 0ne "of : the pleading
Schools for ; - Young Ladies In 1 the South;,' New
buildings^ pianos and equipment. v-Carapus ,ten \
acres. ;> Urand 1 raountara ' scenery f in jValley of
Virginia,'%' fiuned sforthealih.it £uropean^ and;
American teachers.*. Full course. : . Conservatory
adrnnlnges in'Art/Miisic and 'Elocution: ' St
udent;* from thirty States. 'For catalogue address
MATTIE P. HARRIS, Preaident, : Roanoke, Va.
';"•;; ;; v; (je, 24-Tu.Th&Sat3ot)" '\ : :\ '-' '■ -
Richmond Academy
prepares boy s thoroughly / f or . college or
university.-: facuity^of^^peri
enced-teachers. Excellent accommoda
tions are; being provided ob Lombardy.
widjjHanqyer ; : . streets?vjA^ng^'speiciar
advantages are spacious { enclosed pla-y^
grounds ' and a "well-equipped%gymna
siiim> :: Academy" opens '• SEPTEMBER
23d. For information aoply to". \[ : '
- F; W^BOATW RIGHT, [,
' Richmond College, R ichmond, Va.
: .... '■'■-. :■■ '■•' jy 9-TU|F&Sunrw - -'-•> s ',
!/ i RANDOLPH /- : MACON '] : : '■■ ACADEMY,"
rfoot' of celebrated: "Peans- or : Otter." Best'
equipped In the South.-i Ranks -with best ;
in United States, j Modern ; conveniences
and : Appliances;. gymnasium, ;etc. Instruc
.tlon-thorough. - Terms: low. E.SUMTER
SMITH, Principal, Bedford City, Va.;.(S.-
W. Va.) / -':■.":•';..:- ; •ju l-Tu,Th&Satl9t
MARY BALDWIN SEMINARY-Fot Touns..
JJidies. Term beglnsSept. 4, 1502. " Located In '
Slieriandduli Valley of.Virifinia. , Unsurpiuwed cli- .
luiite, !>eautiful grounds «n<\ modern appointments. •
210 students past sessionfrom 27 States. Terms mod-
trate." I Pupils enter any time. ' Send for analogue, ';
MISS E. C. AVEIJIAR; Trin., Staunton.Va.'
- l . - . (jy .l-Fri&Tu-lGt.)
: Fauqoier Institute for Young-ladies.
The forty-third session of . this^schoyl
■begins on SEPTEMBER IS,- 1902. Situated.
in-Piedmont region of .-.Virginia, on South
ern railway, 55 miles from 'Washington.
A limited home school. For catalogue, ad
dress GEORGE G. BUTLER, A. M., Prin
cipal, Warrenton, Va. ■ - ■■
; , - ; ' je 26-Th, Sa,&Tußw :
THE GLEBE SCHOOL.
' - A SCHOOL FOR" BOYS. : ' '2
■■;■ JUNIUS E. LEIGH, Head Master. '
This school, will open MONDAY, Sept.
23, 1902- : ■ " . ' r- : . .
'- It will consist of two departments— one
primary, for very young boys, and : one
preparatory for collegiate andruniyersity;
work. For. information, course of fstudy,
terms, etc., apply-- to •; : - . . : ;
-.!/-:...- K. - - JUNIUS :E. LEIGH, .'
1e23-13t* '•;.-: "! ,301 West Grace street..
;. SUMMER RESORTS.
: YELLOAV. SULPIIXJK SPniXGS,
Montgomery Conntr, Va.
OP£N TO' VISITORS JUNE Ist.
These Springs 'are situated on the sum
mit of the Alleghany Mountains. The- air
is -pure '-and invigorating. No fogs and ny
malaria. Accommodations first-class in
every respect. Send for pamphlets. — .-._
- RIDGWAY HOLT, .
my2o-50t - Proprietor; :
Stockton Hotel Wds*,l
1,000 FEET OCEAN FRONT, 1-3 MILE
spacious porch. All corridors 12 feet wide.
Lobby 120x50. Ball-room 20x50. Orchestra
1G pieces. Every modern comfort and fa
cility. Suites with private bath." Rates
$15'-to 135 per week. Reduction- during
July.- Write for booklet.. '' - ; -
HORACE M. CAKE.
Also Hotel Normandie,. Washington. D..C,"
,-.,- - -' • ■:-■*; .-,.-' ■■'■■ • ■'. ;- : ■je'l-B2t--
BT.UE RIDGE. MOUNTAINS.':
NEAREST MOUNTAIN- RESORT TO
Richmond. ' ■. Chesapeake and Ohio-railway
depot, telegraph,, express, and post-office
at hand.: Refreshing ; climate; famous
scenery; good water; fine fruit. GREEN
WOOD INN, Greenwood Depot, Va:
, my 18-Sun.Tu&Th2m*
ATLANTIC^ , ; ; HOTEfe
Ocean City, Maryland.
OPEN. JUNE "■ 2Sth. ; TIiORdUGHLY
renovated." Many.:' newly-furnished/, room,
single ; and. ensulte.l :wlth : bath.% Venetian
doors to every bedroom. Excellent cuisine
and service. Select" patronage. Rock
Spring Water served at .table and rooms.
Finegolf course aiiditennis grounds. '.Mv«.
sic - Finest bathing .beach; on Atlantic
coast. Lots for -sale and cottages for , rent.
For rates and particulars address : ■ "
CHARLES:WEBB, of J., Manager.
,my 22-Th.Sun&Tu26t • r ' .-.-•::;;,..';
>'THH GLADSTONE,"
N ar r aganse tt Pier, R. I.
: OPEN .'JUNE 25th'.UNDER NEW' MAN
agement. Almost directly on ] the -beach,
overlooking ocean and surroundedby. four
acre; of shaded lawn. First-class In every
respect, with all modern Improvements."
Rooms single and en sulte,:wlth and,with
out private bath. " ," Magnificent ;-> Grecian
garden and large ; orchestra:, Noted for su;.
oerlor cuisine: and. select patronage. Ad
dress -E.-8.. MOORE, .Proprietor,
" . Holland House,' New York. :■..
'my 22-Th.Sun&Tu39t ■■■-,■„, ■„ '.;'■■ ■'"'.-.
._ ,GREENBRIER. ':;.••
.WHITE SULPHUR SPfIIXGS, 1
j ;-.-':. -.'.;. WEST VIROIXIA, ■', ; "
(The "OLD -WHITE"- SULPHUR)!- Open
June 15th. ; Famous for-its sulphur! baths.
Modern j improvements,', with private baths.
Orchesfrraof •15 pieces. '.Terms, ? $15 to iS
per-week,ssO to Joo;per months Write for
illustrated boojtlet. ■ Address - '
'HARRINGTON "MILLS. Manager, *
Greenbrler -i White " Sulphur ' Springs, - W.
■ : : Va.-:-- v- ••- -?-■ : -■' .~ - .'■■ ■ ; - - '. • ' - • •■■- ■> „ - : ' -, .;-;■•
"* my:18-Sun.Tu&Th39t ■ ; :■..-■ ..:.-■.-■: ;. ■-..;;
ard marriedthe.Rev. F. R.;Goulding,; au
thor of '.'The -Young} Marooners," ;and..^ is
long, since dead; but .".her.^descendants' pre
serve!the vellumrbound. copy^.bearing the
words :"■"' "Original -edition 'of "'.'Greenland's
Icy: Mountains,'- icornposed, at ■ the ; request
6l r Miss. Mary; Howard, ''[and' dedicated "to
her by ; i)r.'li6well Mason, Savannah,"; Ga.,"
1'827.*;^ '': : -'' :. - : " ""';: : '■' ".-t '■■
• ■i'_< s , The - So-iver. .v. v •■ • - "■«"
(Ohio State Journal.) ,V . '
'•: 'But, '■"?" father,' ""replied^ the '% erring t sc»ni ;
"you' know every young "fellow has. to sow
his'^wild oats.'' v*?' 1 ;^ (- : vU: "'•^-■'y-0.- :^
--"Yes",' ""a hsweVed/ the father," "but | you
ought -to know when .you ; have *, a-*,' big
enough crop in." ._:. . .' .: .
.< i ■:.-; :■;■■:■ . ■■■ r The ReiiHon. . '- i ' "
1-, ". . (New.- York- Weekly.) ■ /
:J: J Friend-^ 1 'Yoii have - new- tellers : here. I
see."^^;-" '■■■-■'•'.'r -' "■■ ' .'-■r':-:\'-X : -'r : - ' :: ' :''-^-^' : --i' '.' '■'■' '*-
i' Banker— VYes.; We areVshortofsCurren^
cy."Md|als:l^kß^V^fl'otrexpecte3;tp^ca«i»j
'checks Ywithoutjprpperf identlficationlVcwe
putjln;som.e;newitellers.wl^
anybody." '■/ '■{■ ".'';".';'.;':'■., l\'-'j' : j. f : - \'.'. 't,^
; :-'■■ CRUTCHFIEX.D^-pied I July : J, ' 1002;^at ;
the) resl'denceipf • her i grand father.- John \ J. -\
Cmtchfield;^ N^U26;Xv/eat3 Graced street;;
EDlTH^^infant r daußtiter|bClKat'etli. and
rhe late J. J. ..CrutchiißW, Jr. _?|^
■^Fiiner ftl > from ithVabove ; reil^erice _9\Jli3fc
x ' . ' -■••-"«
I Special « chartered - trains % Icarin>> i Sottthera
■- . - 'Railway Depot, i 4 th Street. :^:-j 3
Leave West rointia." V: M. . " : :
. ]
-"■'= : *<"-- : ±- .■'v-'-A-.-':''';" ■'■-.-■ ; ' '-?»■'--.■' >"p : " -' ■" •' '3 ' ■ 'C"-.: V ; ";"':.:; "' : . :
JLeave^Richmond? 9:3o A; M., and 4 P. SLji
. ' RETURNING
Leave West Point 8 P.rM; and ror P. M.
Beach Park :f&' Hotel Co.; of West Point, Val,
'<• Charterers. -' - :'"■';".-"■;
r- DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS
:;>: ;> ,/': -->„. .- : -■ .-.-^— ■ ■•' ■• - '-.;--■-:. - • ■•--■.■ -•;-,:.••:?
G LYDE: STEAMSHIP '^3M|^S
. --•; COMPANY. J^iJß^"
.>HIi^DELPHLiV"-ißlCKMOWl>:'^^fj>"'
NORFOLK STEAMSHIP . uifjcf^
=' Appointed sailjny days .every TUES-"
DAY. FRIDAY, and SUNDAY'at da^
light" - -.':-■— ,-';. '-;■. .■;.:..;:;•; -,:■ .".- v
• Freight received- dally runtil 's P.VAL- •
s For further Information apply. to L
•- nY ■„■ "V J- "W. MCAKRICK.
General Southern Agent; Office. Rnckettk. -
,^- W. P. CLYDE & CO..
:ap SO General Agents. Philadelphia
American Line.
"KEW -YORk. SOUTHAMPTON/LONDON
-^Sailing Wednesdays at 1 10 A; M.
1 ■ Philadelphia/. July 0 1 St. Louis. . . .. July 23
St. -Pau1.. ."...Ju1y 10 1 *Southwark::Aug. . 5
I .'- •From" Pier "C," foot of York-street,
Jersey City; NJ J.,-at 7:30 A: M. •
Red Star Line.
:';■'• NEW YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS. .
Sailing Saturdays at.Noon.
.Friesland.:...July 12 1 Kroonland.... July 26
Vaderland.::. July ID 1 Zeeland. ;.': August 2
;~ International-, Navigation Company,
Piers 14. and 15. -North river.
. • . Office.-73 Broadway, N. Y.
: W. B." PALMER & CO.. : ;
•my 15, '98-Tu,Th&Sa t : - > Richmond. s;
A fi^^* With Safety and Speed
' Jg^DOMINIQN line
PAST TWIN SCREW SCRVICX
to liVferpoGl
■'■'■■' Commonwealth, July 16; Morion (new),'
-.-"Ju1y.2.1;. -"Ju1y. 2.1; -New Entrlnnil, July'lJO; Cora
monwenltli. Auk. la. Saloon. $*>."> and 880.
upwurd, accordtiiMr to steamer. 'Second;
Biiloon;-8-*2.. r )O.-: Third class at, low nites. •
■ lloston-Mediterranenn : -Service.-. 'QI-:
■;; brnltar, Naples,- Genoa. Cambroniun Au-
Kiist 1(5. ;Septf\mber 27. Nov. 8:-Vancou
ver. Sept.-; 6," October; 18, r Xovemberj 29/
I Saloon rates, Sls. upward. Second saloon. .
850. For steamer pltin.v- etc.,. address
Dominion Line, boston," Mass. -. : - .'
je 19-Th, Sat&Tu-6mo
MERCHANTS'ANDMINERS 1
tRANSPORtATIONCDMPAHY'S
:: STEAMSHIP LINES.. T
DIBECT ROUTE TO BOBTOH, MASS.,
■-• AND PROVIDENCE, Jfc X.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY; FRIDAY,
and SUNDAY at « P. M.: for Providence
MONDAY. THURSDAY, and ; SATUR
DAY, at OP. M. .. ,V ■'*'■■'■■'■
Accommodations and cuisine unsur-
Passengers and freight taken for all
New England points.
on sale at Chesapeake and Ohio
and Norfolk and Western railway offices
and 903 east Main street. -',- •:■ -f
-. - 8.. H. WRIGHT. Agent..".
■ap3o. iNprfqlk. Va. '
, BAY LINE
TO BALTIMORE
Via C. & O. Railway and
'„"r. void Posnc; - v
I- U. S. MAIL faOUtE,:
'< Leave Richmond via ■ Chesapeake and
Ohio - railway, daily, except Sunday, at
4 P. M:. connecting at Old Point with
the superb "steamers of the Old' Bay Line;
leavrlng at. 7:15 P.. M., arriving Baltimore
G-30 \. M-" in time -to make connection
wiih all trains Norih; East. and^West.
Short rail jride and allnlgrht on? one .of
the l ilnest- steamers In southern waters.
Returning, " arrive Rlcnmond 10 A. M.
uuuy, "except; Monday. -■'■> ap 30
ir. TAKE , ;. :
: Steamer \ Pocaftontas
PMDAYS, WEDHESDfIYSi'
and FRIDAYS, 7 1. «:,
■ ■ ;_ roß;' ; : . ,;■;: ■ :";:■■; ,;■■;'
MORFOLX, PORTSMOUTH,
I GLD POIHT ani[ MEWPORT MEWS
ROUND-TRIP FARE (good: & j WA
• for five days):' -■ - - * * «r* o^W.
■;---•; ; ." SU3UIER hESORTS.
OPENS JUNE 15th. ;; CLOSES OCT. Ist.
■■■.i ' -.- . SEASONI9O2. ; ' : ' ' ' ;
BUFFALO ILITHIA SPRINGS
'HOTEL' . .<■ -
!. ' (COTTAGE SYSTEM), v/: \ .
on Norfolk' : Division Southern : railway,;
Mecklenboirg- county, Va., "fifty-five miles
eaat*of Danville, 1 ,Va.-'C /- - "•' - ' : -
VROUND .TRIP. AND, EXCURSION
TICKETS ; on ; sale at - reduced rates from
aIP principal -points. -.' -.'".- ". .- T . f-'-:
HOT AND fCOLD" MINERAL" r WATER
..-.- ■:■■;: i^r;v;^;;j;BATH9: ;' - -.
i; For terms for board applyi to •
■.■■'A;-W;vARCHEB,-. Manager; - ;
-THOMAS F. GOODE," Proprietor. .. ' i
-Dr. A. T.' FlNCH, "Resident Physician.
: - Je 14-Sat,Tu&Thlm !?
" --! _«VAHIETYiSPKINGS^ vf. - '
.- AUGUST-A: COUNT Y.VA^ '^ .;
: jUNE;i4th:;- ■■-: ■> ' •• > ;^. October Ist.
'' On Chesapeake, and ;Ohioirail way. JThis
resort is famous lforv its: mineral
waters." ' "Sltuated.Kon North --Mountain."
Coorand'aelightful.^A 1 natural; sanltariuu»i
Modern ;;improvementa."?Hotel 5 ; and^Cot-'
tages -. newly r furnished. »:-Hot v and % Cold
Healing ;. Baths.? SvrlmmlngyPooi.
Telegraph, "J^orth? Mountain". Telephone
(call vStauriton):? Write•?for".-.booklet;r-JAd
dress VARIETY- SPRINGS.hVA.', \ mj£?
EICHEL.BERGER. -Proprietor. I^^/ 1&
ATLAXTIOCWY, W. J. :.
I > GKANI^ATIASiTIC^HOTJBI*.
. , CAPACITV^TOoYgUBSTS. v^ •>■.-/.;';
SAN MARCOS^OTBI? ,/. . , ; •
CAPACITTr^raoio/QUBS'Xa \'''.
■' I- ; - ' ft V i ATiiANTIC ; :.C. 1 1 X , « . . J . ----.it < -,^&sia**
• ;: These • are- hundsome^hote!s,s Onely.if qril
olahed ? ana ; centrally :yocated.^rtthlnstfw
•tepu ] to 1 the S f arooua 5 8 teol^Pfer:? and| beu^t
bathlnß?grdund^iTerras.%'flO^«f r 3.n5.-ab»g
veekn|2"to's3/by.'theida>{%WrltejroriUTi
lußtmteakb'ookletrS:Spedal^.fa^ly|nna.te.l
;Or«heatra^^E-:'a'-^;^^2*¥- :; -I !^^^^
f'SCHABLESvE^COPB^Prbporletor;-.-. M
Je.U-V^ed.Th.F.Sat4Tu26t
'QONp£NS^;RAILbOAO3OBfiD;'
daily^forlDanvllle3and?Dtirliamf|ll2Bs*?'«is
M. dally for Atl«nt«,Au«cii»Ui.*xta point*
tSquth^ZdftfpiiM.) daflr Jfor*N«w| Orl«*a*&
;andrpo!nts!South-/#"F.sSti^loc»i,''<laU3ft^^;
\t YORK-WVER UNE.-4JO V-^IS&ZI
except -Sunday, f«r w u t -PotnV «oonwtln«^
,dally#except|SahdaVMlocalJS.«epre«*»,l<^
:WestiPohit;lconnectß.vwlth|Bta«»!at>io»^
: ter-Manor, /and also " v wf tii steamer, ♦tiWestj
Point for ; BalUmore; s 'ASiM^locat <n»lx«L|
for.Weat Point?dally.iexcept SundayJSg^^
rdally4se9tatil9,i|ttaiif«dlto3NorfoHt:iß9^f^
;A. AT. daily.ithe Chicasußxprew/fßrtotol.^
-:Chr t tt«RoogiCan^>i4atJ* South andjweaWi*?:
,i:IO.SP.-ar. «dai!y^« Roanoke ?expre«sSfo^|
Farmville.i Lynchburff.3etc.;3 ,P.3M.^ daHyjl
Norfolk.nctc^iT^SiP-M^daihriforiNorfolKl
and j intermediate I pbiot»;| 9:«sP^MSdaO>^
1 for iLynchburg.-^ CbatUnoos^W"aand?|N«vr^
'Orleans.- • • ' -"""'^^S
i ■?- ATLANTIt>COAaT.£iUNB^»
I : daily, f or i Petersburg; and -Norfolk;. 9*s?A<s
• iMJ'uailyifor Pet«r«bur^Jack9buviHe^aml«
! DolntsiSouth^UrlOJA^M^daily^for^Pe^
; tersburg;siai);P.:M; : idailjrifor>Petersburs:l;
3 : P. *M. > dallyj; for,- Norf o»k.^ etc:*. "■* and 1 S:C«.?
P. : M.^ ;daify.^Petersbury ;^local;S!4:3»S
P.iMr daily,- except- Sunday. tfor>Petersr«
b»rg.%WeMon:ietc.;i7^3 -P-^M. dnttyztoVJ]
points South;" connects, at ;Petersburjj t-wtthrt -wtthr ;
; Norfolk - and -Western I for^Norfolk;fTetc. ; •>•
9:45 P..? M^daily.'-forfPetersbursr. Lynch- < (
I burg. "Roanoko.i etc.: U'JSO P. M.t daily.- fc^T
! Petersburg. r, .--cyxuj::.,-: ;^:,-y<^/^f::C^,
!- : BEABOARD AIR-LTNE-(Main-Stre«»tt
station).—9:lo;Al M. dally. fbr-Petersbtjr»^v
Korllna; -vN 1 ; \;C.v"": " all"" lntermediate X
. poin ta."- cbnnectfna;'.v with . trains -f orPHen^u
derson. etc.: 2:15 P. M. and 10:37, P. atit»il
principal'clties^ 6t" the "South *> add * South-j.
west. :■ Florida.;: Cuba. * Texas. ": California. {.
and Mexico; and the 'Norths f or, Wasbing-J
ton -.S:-15 "A". M. and s:(>:> P. M. '•*.-- C
•B HI C H MOND.^: "FRKDKRICXSBtmcsS
AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.— L.eavjv*'JSf«
A. SI., daily, throusrh- train f from ?Kyra-^
Street -■■ Station -• for - ; Washington ; and--; be-,-'
yond ; i 6:45 ~A.\ M.. : daily,] from i Main-Streets
Static n. : for. Washington ] and ; beyond; ,7 'ALV
M.; : ; except^ Sunday.Wf rom- 'Elba Station? .
for Ashland ; ; S A. M.; Sunday only.? from "*
Byrd-Stre-t Station, /for
and beyond ; > 8 -50 A. M., except ' Sunday, «
from Byrd-Street Station. : ; for :^Wa»hlmfr '•?
ton and.beyond;l2:os noon.^ except* Sundoy,;,
from ■; Byrd-Street : Station;* for v Washln jr-.r
ton ; and -beyond: .5:05 P.v M. from 3laln-.r
Street ; Station for Waahlnjrtoarandi'be^!-'
yond :'<■■ ; 4 ;;p.' -.- M.; r" except .".-' Sunday, from ■-■)
Byrd-StrVet ;i Station. V accommodation for^
Frederlcksburs: " 6:12 ■ P.~ M.; dally, from,-^
Elba .Station.?.: for "Washington and: be-.. -...
yond; iS4O;P.vM.'; -except ; Sunday, from
Etba Station," for -'Ashuwd: B:C6 P. - M. r
daily. ; ; from- ? Byrd-Street --Station, -for -
Washington and .beyond; 11:15 P. -at.; ex-v
cept Sunday, from Elba^ Station, jor . Aalx- *
•land."----* 5 - 1 -"- •/■ ■-■"■• i■• • -.> •: ; /..'-;~::\ v - '" - ; > ■"■::- '■'■''.''.
i Arrlve-ißyrdiStreet J Statton-^8:» 'A; ST..^
except Sunday.: from Frederlcksburg; 8:4»
A. M.v dally, from North; 13:01 P. M-.-ex-"^"
cept Sunday; .7:15 P.- M., dally; 8:50 P. M. J
dally. - „.:--. 'V.:-~;O' •-:--.: \~7 : : •' .«
- 1 Arrive Elba Statlbn-^6:*) -■ A. = M., ; except ~
Sunday, from Ashland; 2:02 P. M., dally,,'
from the North; 6 P. M..- "except ;Bun-i
day. from Ashland-: 11 P.' M.^ except Stin-S
Arrive Main-Street Station ;2*X:> P. M^
and 10:29 P. If. dailyv - - -L Vr - v
day. from Aahland. > t ;V,.-«
$j&S&iQ*d%*&k PASSENGER
LEAVE AMD ARRIVE
MEW MAIN-STREET STAT JOU. ;•
'-;>'?' ' juxß 2», iooa.' • . Vi .
•'. - , . IExVe' KICIiMOND. . ''„ , : . ,-h.
-'7:50 Ai. M. Daily, Newport Newa JU>- ! "
■- .'.cal. All stops:- . '„ .. 2.
;8:5O A. M. Dally.- for : Old Point. New-,
.: port News.-, and Norfolk. , Two .
' hours and- twenty-five mlnutef to .
Norfolk. Stops WilUarasburg. New- : .
I port News, and Hampton onry.,.,
. 'i- -:'.: . ;ParlorfCar. . - -> ;'; : .-,>}
4-OOP. M. Dally, except Sunday, for\r
■ Old Point. -Newport; News; amW
Norfolk. Two hours and twenty-fiyof.
• minutes to /.-'Norfolk. —■ Stops ~.WU- .-"
liamsbursr; ; -Newport News. _ana r .
r . Hampton only. Parlor car. .Con-^
. ' . nects at Old Point with Washing*,;
ton. Baltimore, and -Cape Charle*
steamers; at Norfolk with-Ota Do* .;
minion steamers for New York. . ,
5:00 P.M.* Daily, for ■.':." Newport " v Newa *.
and Old Point. Makea principal^
StOPS. '.;:,' -— ••;,":
- * MAIN; LINE WEST-BOUND. •
10:lO A.M. Local. Daily to :; Charlottes-;'
vllle, and. except Sunday, between.,
" Charlottesville and Clifton Forger;
\ . connects , for " Orange; %• Culpeper. .
: Calverton, and Manauaus. _■■■ ■„ ■* -••'
2:30 P. M. Dally. Cincinnati ; and Loui3-:
■ • ' "" vllle Expres3. Parlor r. cafe car_:ta,.
■ White Sulphur and: Hlnton.^-PnH-;,
mans from Gordonsvllle to Clncin.-,,
nati. Louisville, and ;the West_ r :.'A 1
local train from Gordonsville -to
Staunton follows :fQT..local. stations^
, -except Sunday. ./-V -.. .
C:3O p. M.; Except Sunday, .Accominoda-^
: , tlon to Doswell. ;,„ V,; . ■ ;^v
6:45 P. M. Dally. St. Louis and .Chicago
Special. 'Sleepers -.. ' to - Cincinnati.^
Indianapolis, and- St.'. Louis. ;; Par
lor cars Cincinnati ,to; Chicago.. ." * .-•;
10:30 P. M. Dally. F.:F..V. Limited; Pull-
' man to' Hinton. connecting .wito^
. Pullman, to Cincinnati.' Loul9vHl^,
; and the West. „:. Connects for^Vir-j,
ginta Hot Springs. .-;. ■ ; -tj
"' JAMES-RIVER (DIVISION:- r v - ; ;
1O:2O A: vM. Dally, for Lynchburg. Lex-xji
. ington. New Ca3tle.. and .; Cliftoay
: Forge, except Sunday. ' for Rosney- .
and Alberpne.. Parlor car. ? • .j:
5:15 P. ,M. Except Sunday, : -to Manteo. ',v., v .
T^ ARRIVE RICHMOND, r
. From Norfolk and •; Old Point. 10
r ' A. M., 6:30 and 7:20 P. M. dally: ■
. : 2:20 P. M.. except' Sunday .: " •
■•'.■;■?"■■■•--■■:-•-;•;• -MAIN: LINE. :\ ■-;.;., ■.:-.:■-: ;^
From- Cincinnati and the West.'v
. 7:45 A." M.. 0:45 A.' IL. and :3:30;P-i
'■-i "',-■ ' M. dally. Local. 5:30. A.- M..;except,,
Sunday, and -7:15* P. M. dally: /%
• JAMES RIVER DIVISION.
6:35 P.- M. dally and 8:40 A. i M.^ (
: except ' Sunday. .:' .■;■- ~ ■:..' , :"■
'Apply at 809 east Main -street, 903 east^
Main - street: i Murphy's Hotelj and Jef-.;,
ferson Hotel for further Information.^.
rates, tickets, and Pullman reservations.^:
- .W. O. UWARTHEN. .;,
- ; . District Passeneer .Agent. ' "
C. E. DOYLE. - H. .W. FULLER. • "'
' General Manager/ pen. Pass. Agent. u< ; r
r •.'.:-.. ■■---■? ■ -■/:■■ ■--; ■•-.":'.-;• .. je2S-:-
RICHMOND AND JpETERSBUR^i
EiiECTRIC RAILWAY. ;:^
CARS LEAVE PERRY. AND^
SEVENTH STREETS,^ MAN-. . j'^ :
;■■;' ; . " ' ' .'CHESTER." 1 :, .:,' : ?.-:,':*-.'
.. Every Hour , f rom , 6A_• M. to 10 P. M. .; .
'' : CARiJ^LEAVE'PETERSBURa .; :,: \..,,~ :
30 . Minutes 'After ■■ Every ; Htiur from •:•• ."-i*
.ap 4-3ra v^ArM.;<:o tO^O P. M. ..--.■' > ;: H
. ■ ■ '■' DJBiP ART VRK •■' OV BTE AMERS. : V^* *
fT^ STEAMSHIP _' .CBMPUpi
toe NEWiY6sK,Taz Mqara, amii rihvt'^r.
; " PASSBNGER3;/ can ; leayw s'daily^: e^cepi^i;
Sunday.? by Chesapeake uriil Vhiu railway "'"'-■,
at 8:50 • Ai.«. ALI and.4:ft» P. 1 31., or . 9:oo 'Ai* Jt<«
and i P. V M- by Norfolk's and AVevern :;rail-,Vf,
: way.M both!-. lines connecunj jforfollci-*
with ; direct * '.earner a sailing ; same day. ; or/,^
by^ ; company's "o new ,"? steamers ,
and -Berkeley. 2 teavlng ; daily-- ut'«7-?p^:it :■• r- .
arriving j: at . at 5 S A. IM.; ;;theri
transferring, to New -York steamer. "dally f - ''■*
except Sunday- - -„ -
;' FREIGHT ifor, all northern;: ;
and • foreign - ports : received tat- cbmjtony's <C
v wha"rf;:*Kockett», - anU-torwurdad -6a3y. Jl s
except:; Sunday.
S'PAS3BNGBRS|citfc Cleave | daiiy.V a iSiSt|^
i Sunday^ from '& comoany'a i \>i*tM Ko^si*r
North^Rivar;^ ar» a; & JAi^j ror 5 Old rPoln^*|
; Che»aptaJcegand|OWo ■•'&,
Western sitraJa* g f ori>Ricamoßd^ or-l>»Hfisr
new. A steamer* '^Brandon% : and sW Berk*ley?i-*
': leavlhg-rNorf olkvdaiiy; at;7/P.; : JW^i^^^@
rec©ive«l' and iorwarde<jTd»UySS
rexceptsSunday^iSi^SSi^^^^^^^^
.&g Ticket*^ o«! balft] at i corooany's: omefl^tttt^,
street; f JUcbmond -;%Tnuwf«c^'«
ipby*»§liotei;iiChe*ape«ke3an<S 3 Ohio,* mn<i .\i
f^SSf»a»t?Mato;»tw«riil^hwon3tjyj^^S
G«n*rul : Office* : . 81 Beach «r««t. ; cornaf '"
iw f >a&iir»->tg£>f »w 3*orfc^Kr'feT,-'«fcssggssws^"
pH^WAtKE.H»«J,TiifBROW^^^

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