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iCS IRREGULftR.
(C 6>TINUEP; FROM rAGE TEN.)
Crcashavr 72.TT0 pounds;
**°-ij O( > <J7,£l0 'pounds;^. Shclbournc, M.395
Ihoc • {jjoncwaJl; 33,i55 pounds.
pound?.
•<tii 'he announcement; that Jamvs
iid of the imperial Tobacco Com
-)jcl>o*><u j. cc j J]rn j nK v) ihis couiury. mo
f» r^ > ',:.,^ lx-oii revived that] ihc Amcr
:"« !trl * ors - iil c aijo 'iS!lie<' iS!lie<s * None
*' a ?v' oinnais were In town yesterday.
tf '' !lt -,
PRODUCE MARKET NOTES.
;^,, r5 Js decimatSng the hogs in some
t \sT A Hanover county larmer liv
*? c — -_ ■» j nc I'ariiunky river, was in liic
' psicrday «.nd roportcd the loss of
c>! " > "t^o swine last week throiigh this
t ' il> H-^e.isc. This is one reason lor
rv " > „,r ri ty this reason and tlie conse
®e/l;l '- eh prices,- Cholera is said to
CUC;I , re general around Hanover Court
** ■'" '.j.vj-, in ar.y otlier section of the
$ihX(- _____
v . ail the hogs are affected. TVrlght &
Apt received yesterday thirty-five
ciniens dressed, which appregated
"°' '?' n4 00 and 5,000 pounds, and sold J
** : *V.nyt T 1-2 cents. These parties re
*6T > -t& also about 1,0i""j pounds of dressed
ct ' '- , Irsd ton live calves, -which sold
(or * l---cti'i*.
v rrC e!plP of walnuts were consider:
i ■' Wright &. Crow-der received and
■]' vfvctity-f've bushels at 40 cents a
t° li. .; -ll "is said that if the. farmers
!ifi taKe the trouble, to shell the nuts
*°< -ahiv '-' :ii >' the kernals - tne >' would
* r 'i '.- ' 'worth" their time, because These
fd\ ior 1~ "1-2 cents or more a
■""",""- -mI t'lere is s. considerable de
pc-jr.a, «'»
* Crovrder received yesterday
j^^t thirty cases of epgs.
t 1 Richmond Fruit Company will re
i '•» to-day one car of bananas from the
m' Giorgio ; Steamship and Importing Com
■ , n ( farmer has scr.t Moncure & "Walk
. V , pjgaTitic bipeds, known to com-
:•- iv.i-v, as white Plymouth Kock
"I X-pt-^- for the trio the shipper wants
lit' 3.
y.vtcomery & Company received yes
'tr-* Jay'J ay ' three more crates of sugarloaf
-"'■!•; ii:s from Alva. Fia. This fruit
ireich'" 1 -from six to about ten pounds
itpipcc and emits a fragrant aroma, which
j« Us best advertisement. This firm re
ceived also ten half-boxes of tangarines.
/vhlcS they quote; 'at from $2.50 to ?3 the
fceif-bex.
p crre ro & Crovo were in receipt of
twcr.tv crates of red emperor California
i-.n.-I- They are packed four baskets
to the crate." which sells -for 53. This
.0..,.-rr. 0 ..,.- rr expects about December loth one
"-.,;" California/ navel oranges. This
»-j'ii be ihe first car to arrive in Rich-
Bond this season, it is said.
George M. McMinn <t Company receiv-
Xi about 150 bunches o: celery. This stock
•-.me :,rm >'w York and Cincinnati.
mi from as far west as California, and
r?s first-class, but sold a little "slow,"
»wing to the warm weather.
Robinson & Co. received Tuesday and
vefK-rday 400 baskets of Catawba grapes,
v.kich were quoted at 20 cents a basket.
ThcV received also five barrels of Cape
Cod" cranberries The price on these was
' IX Oa : ing to the scarcity, the price on
.cranberries is higher than in ten years,
11 is said. : - -
William M. Luck received 100 live tur
keys' from Southwestern Virginia.
; Edv.-ard L, Frost & Co. received about
I v.anty crates of eg-gs. Mr. Frost says
j that Florida oranges and grape-fruit are
j ; ,.,. «;,.,,.,. on j) le market, due to the
[ cipher price paid for them in New York,
vhich attracts them all there.
■JanK-s" F. Tales, of Rappahannock.
iho was in the city yesterday, says that
he crop of Virginia apples is about mar
ii is an off-year, and the crop is said
io he very light. The prices this season
lave been fairly good, considering the
leavj- receipts from the North, where the
"op Is very large.
y. Levy, it Son are. carrying in cold
itorago about "2; ; (KW quail and from 100 to
*■'• pheasants. This stock will be held
>3Ck/for the Christmas market. Mr.
l«vy reports the receipts of birds in-
Crtaslr.g since last Saturday. Previous
to that day birds were very scarce. He
received yesterday about 500 birds, and
three deer from Amelia and Buckingham
counties. Xv. Levy said he finds it pays
to occasionally carry a. few deer in cold
storage in ordnr to supply the Northern
hunters, who shoot in 01-d Virginia, with
»ut sacess.
Curry, "^Vaikir & Co. report the receipt
Vfsterday of 2,4 M pounds of dressed poul
try, which was the largest during any
nn» day this season. They received also
fifteen coops : of live poultry and 5.003
■-.■p'tti hds ..of sun-cured and evaporated ap-
Ples from North Carolina and Southwest
Virgiaia.
Thi.- evaporated apples are said to move
v-ry well at S and 7 cents, and the sun-
Ariod at from 4 1-2 to 5 1-2 cents.
S P. Padgett & Co. report the receipt
of forty <.r fifty boxes of Florida oranges
and f. n p car (210 Vjarrels). of fancy apples
Trom Xew York State. They received also
twelve to fifteen barrels of dressed poul-
and about twenty coops of live fowl.
T*eJsli-N<reet Dwellins Sold.
Pollard & Eaerby sold yesterday the
thrr-r-s !fir y brick dwelling ;it 709 eas:t
'^iph street, for h<m. The name of the
Purchaser is vithh^ld.
MAIUM3 I.VTRr.I.ICKNCn.
PORT OF RTCwiloynj VA., DECEM
BER 3. lf-02.
5i ARRIVED.
•-tr-arner. : . Brandon. Rhodes. Norfolk.
fc' T< 1!l/1 !l /. infilsc and paKscng"crs; Old Domin-
SAIL.ED.
r i;:' far!Ur Pocahontas. Graves. James
" v er landings/ and Norfolk, merchandise
£° Passengers; Virginia Navigation
•-'• '':rt' - Brandon. Rhodes, Norfolk.
: rJP'Chandise ': and paEsengerK: Old Do
fclfUo:i Line-.
PORT- OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. DE
CEMBER 3, 1902.
(By telegraph.)
' SAILED.
VzrKo Ocean Belle, Allyn's Point.
mrr,c Georgia., Providence.
fcciiooner Three Marys. Satem":
„, ARRIVED.
Kleainer Sr. Oswald. Norfolk.
J'SJge lv.>~Au.<yj.. Portland. .
i.arg.- city of- Montreal. Portland,
.ocooonur Hattio V. Kt.leey, New York.
THE COTTON' CUOP OK 1902-03.
by Government statistician
at 10,417,000 Bales.
December, 3.— The sta
"StScian of the Department of/ Agricul
ture estimates the actual growth of cot
'on in th<i United States in the year
Ist '^MS as 10.417,000 bates, of an average
f"-l weight' of 190.7 pounds. .
The area picked or to.be picked is es
'■rnatfed at acres, a. reduction, of
"04,^^7 ecna, or 2.74 per cent, from the
*-cr*>e cc clanted. :/ ' ..- -*■/
*■• *•**! jargducttaa oj Hat cotton U
Iliad a heavy loaded feeling
in my stomach till noontime
every day, no matter how light
a breakfast I ate, and ray
breath became off ensive, v not
due to my teeth- .as I have a
good set. Being advised by a
friend, who was using Eipans
Tabules, that they cured him,
i decided to try them, I have
taken about ten cartons of the
5-cent size, and 1. give them
credit for curing me. lam
now in good health, no heavy
feeling in my stomachy and my
breath is satisfactory, and I am
ever ready for my meals.
At Druggists.
The Five-cent packet is enough .. for . an ordi
nary occasion. The family bottle, 60 cts.,
contains a supply for a year.
estimated at 5.111.570.02S pounds, an aver
age of ISS.S pounds per acre.
The estimated production by States, in
pounds of lint cotton per acre, is as fol
lows: Virginia, 245; North Carolina, 236;
South Carolina. 199; Georgia. 165; Florida,
120: Alabama. 144; Mississippi, 220; Louisi
ana, 2H2; Texas, 14S; Arkansas, 2GS; Ten
nessee, 232; Missouri, 352; Oklahoma, 252;
Indian Territory, 244.
The phenomenally favorable, weather
that has prevailed almost continuously
for some weeks past, throughout a large
portion of the cotton belt, has made a
substantial addition to the cotton crop
as indicated on October 3. At the
eight States which at that date reported
a condition higher than at the corre
sponding date last year, have still further
improved their positions, while -two
(Louisiana and Mississippi) of the five
States that compared unfavorably with
the year 1901, now report slightly higher
average yields per acre than a year ago,
leaving only Texas. Georgia 'and Alabama
with, an unfavorable showing. •
The commercial crop will consist of the
above mentioned 10,417,030 bales, together
with 154.&92. bales brought forward from
last year, about -250.000 bales of lintcrs and
sample cotton, and so much of the crop
of 1903-1904 as may be marketed before
September Ist. 1903, less . K'S.l9O bales of
ti.f present crop marketed before Sep
tember 1, 1902, and so much of this same
crop as may be carried forward to -the
year 1903-1904. ■
NOVEMBER FAILURES.
Reports to R. G. Dun & Co. show com
mercial failures in the United States du
ring November 1,000 in number and $9.2.6,-
Tifi in amount of defaulted liabilities,
comparv-d with S7i failures a year ago for
59 070.44 G. There were 213 manufacturing
failures for 53,3fH,0i50. against 216 last
year involving $3,507,695; 746 in . trading
lines for $s.o^.Siu, compared .with 70. m
]<-;>! for 51,556.i:75; and in other comnier
cial lines, not properly included in either
of the two chief classes, there were 41
defaults with liabilities of 5.555.813. com
pared with 51 a year ago for $i 26,4.0.
Banking and other strictly lmancial in
solvencies were only four in number and
J157.3C9 in amount, while- in November,
1^)1 there w-cre two failures for J400,0w.
lii the following tab'.e liabilities of
<=trlctly coir.m<-rc:a! failures are given by
montbs for the last three years: _
1902 1901- 1900."
January ....J14.512.501 ?H.220.5n »2'«?*ilSl
February ... 13.302.02* 11.257.211 9.531.U1S
March 1...... 5.117.22S .V.95.4G4 l^j.Cbl
\;.i'il 7 359,341 5,571,222 J^H-?
v! ' 9 109540 7,9:*}. 423 23.u1.10l
June ■".■;"-" 15:i73>17 10.539,559 8.191.559
iilf::: : !ii HI ; 111
Nnvt-mber .. 9.276.<3G 9,070. 440' . 1-, 000.0.b
«i'« c^mii storekeepers woum na\e wui,
-n-bed "specially in thy region
wmmmm
and with the resuiiipnon of v.ork there is
exceptional prosperity.
TRANSFERS^ PROPERTY.
Park avenue? 'southeast corner Morris
Powell 5G feet on south side l\.v street,
59 tv feet west of Meadow street;, U,+f
1? T Crump special commissioner, -to
i3miiia'wSS 20 6%-12 feet on northsWe
Shall street, 156 7-12 feet from Twelfth
St wmlaS SS.5 S. Davis and wife^^g"
Taylor. IK 2%-12 ; fcet ? north of,Flo>d aMfe-
and wife to C. *™£«%
1 foot on north side of Broad street,, .o
feet west of 31st street; $40.
SeK^^on^lSd^fS
SSt'Tf^-fe^south of M street; «0
Susie B. White to Alice **->££* M feet
on west side Plum street. 2GO 6-J-" leet
north of Main street., subject to. deed- of
trust for 52.750: $4,000.
Henry S. Wallerstein and wife J o .^™:,
R Sheppard. 55 feet on «»uth Jde' Duval
street near Brook avenue ;:sl;iw.-'.
No transfer-s recorded in Henrico.
FIELD TRIALS ENTRIES.
hogn ThutWill Compete for Prl.es
«t ComlwK Exliililtlon. "- ';
' The •official list of entries of: the Vir
ginia Field Trials Association Is an
nounced ««.
THE KICHMO^U Jui»i^AT«sH-THDKBDAy, UKOUMUKKZ-fc l»Ui
Tignor's Vick— Orange and white setter
bitch; by Pinks Boy-Speck; owner, . J.
Tignor, Richmond. . \, . '
Prides Dan— Black, white,, and tan set-,
ter dog; by Cincinnatus Pride and^Jar
rie-S. 11-; owner, J.- C. Tignor, Rich
mond. ' . "i'litiJ.
Rod T.— Black, white, and tan setter
dog: by Roderigo Chief and Starlight
P.; owner, J. C. Tignor. Richmond.
Virginia Reel ll.— Black, white, and tan
setter bitch; by Ben Monte and Bess;
owner, E. P. Wilkins, Riverton, Va.
Bena— Black,, white, and tan setter
bitch; by Guy and Lena; owner, w. Miles
Cary, Richmond, Va. ■»
Captain Tony— Black, white, and tan
setter dog; owner, R. A. Croxton. Dan
ville -
Daisy Gladstone— Black, White, and tan
setter* dog; by Ct. • Danstone and • Lucy-
Noble; "owner, Fenton Noland, Hewlett,
--V /-POINTERS.
Flash— Liver and white pointer ;_ by 1
Johnston's ■ Victor and Craddock s JSeli;
own#r. L. S. Mason, Clover, Va. . .
The- Swift— White, black, and ticked
pointer bitch; by Young Rip Rap and
Ticket; owner, W. W. Collins. Houston,
Va
Riven Oak Ripsy— Black and * white
pointer bitch; by Plain Sam and Tintan
narowner. E. P. Wilkins, Riverton. Va.
Croxie Kent ll.— Black and white point
er -bitch; by x.ip Rap and Croxie Kent;
owner, W. N. Lipscomb, Manassas.
Acid— Liver and white pointer dog; by
Cid and Chart xl.; owner, J. R. Purcell,
Gainesville, Va. •■'■• ■ ,. t
Governor Spotswood— Black and white
poirer dog; by Cid and Chart II.; owner,
J. K. Purcell, Gainesville, Va. ■ .
Regina— Lemon. white, and ticked
pointer bitch; by Summers Kent and Su
perior; owner, R. L. Gill, Richmond. \a.
Dan Jingo— White and liver pointer
dog; by Gorham Jing and Lillian Eng
lish; owner, Thomas H. Fox, Richmond,
Ran Tucker— Liver and ticked pointer
dog: by Don 11. and Trix; owner, H. O.
Humphreys, Beaford City, Va.
Nuisance — Black and white pointer dog;
pedigree not given; owner, J. B. Raw
lings. Staunton. Va.
ENTRIES IN DERBY-SETTERS.
Bob's Tony— Black, white, and tan set
ter dog; by Tony Bob and Virginia Reel
II ; owner. E. P. Wilkins, Riverton, Va,
ivirmis— Black, white, and tan setter
bitch; by Tony Bob and Virginia Reel
11 • owner, E. P. Wilkins, Riverton. Va.
Alice Roosevelt— Black, white, and tan
setter bitch: by Champion Sports Dog
and Sallie Ktnloch: owner, Fenton No
land. Hewlett, Va.
Bob Rans— Lemon and white setter dog;
by Jang and/ : owner, J. R. Purcell,
Gainesville, -Va. •
POINTERS.
Rush' of Sam ll.— White, black,: and
ticked pointer dog: by Rush of Sam and
Lady C; owner, W. W. Collins, Hous
ton, Va. ' . '
Lady Spotswood— Lemon and white
pointer bitch; by Governor Spotswood
and cy.; owner, J. K. Purcell, Gaines
viiie, Va.
Ted the Tramp— Lemon and white point
er dog; by Governor Spotswood and Alice;
owner. J. R. Purcell, Gainesville, Va
Frank T.— Liver and white pointer dog;
by Rusli of Sam and Ripsams Fleet; own
er, J. C. Tignor. Richmond, Va.
HOME COMPANY CONDUITS.
Preslclent Manpin Says Council Ordi
nance AV r ill Be Complied With. .
Mr. Addison Maupin, president of the
Richmond Telephone Company; said yes
terday that there was no reason why the
conduits of his company should not be
laid and ready for use by March 15th, as
required by the 'Council ordinance.
The materials for the conduits have been
contracted- for, , and the work, on the un
derground route will be commenced in
the next" ten days.
The company will have all its 'phones
connected with the new central office,
on Seventh street, within three weeks, on
complete metallic circuits, thus giving as
perfect service to patrons as possible.;
THE LADIES' BOARD.
Dr. Hodpcis Says the Members Do Xot
Propose lo Resign.
Dr. J. Allison Hodges is reported as
making the following statement: "The
report that the Ladies' -Auxiliary Board
of the Virginia Hospital contemplate re
signing In a body is without'foundation.
and I cannot understand how such a re
port could start."
Notwithstanding- the statement of Dr.
Hodge's, there was a certainly a firm and
most decided intention of" the ladies'
board to resign in' a .body. Not ; one, but
several, made the statement to a Dispatch
reporter, and one of the. most prominent
members arid one of the hardest workers,
said: "We put' oft resigning oh account
of the~ illness, of our treasurer, as wo
wanted to have a report and resign and
disband in a body. Our reason for this
is that there is* no longer interest, and
it is -hard to get- a meeting.- The board,
like, all such organizations in Richmond,
was popular because it was a fad,, and
it has died out, /and we think it better
to disband. Of : - course, the doctors' wives
>.vIU always . take an interest and keep up
their; work." ; ■ ■• _■ ' '! -/. v • •' .- ',•>,
: Dr. ;: Hodges admitted that there was a
possibility, of several of : the members : re
signing, but said .'that this was nothing;
hew, '.since the. ; ; personnel of .the.; board
;wM'Coristantiy:chari^ni^STh*'b"oardLinay,
tave • Kid % a \ meeting ,v; and • ; / changed'/ it*
AMCiEKUJfTS.
ACADEMY.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
The Volunteer Organist
"MATINEE SATURDAY. ;
A good reserved seat for 50c. RegUr
lar prices. r./-. •'•■:. ; >■_■''* .' : : ." de^f
: \ bijou:
■ LAST PESFOEMANCE.Or
•• PEACEFUL VALLETr
' '-. • THIS AFTERNOON. :. ■■-- /.
: - TO-NIGHT,- .• >
"JEKYLL AND HYDE;"
GEORGE FAWCETT COMPANY -WITH
' HISS MARY SKAW. - .
'." '■ . ' '. ■■ 'de 4-lt" ': ■ ■ ■=/■ : '"-. -
2ic s , ,50c, 70c.
The Giffen Company,
- .IN ,- ', ,/■■ ',
50c. CAPTAIN SWIFT. 50c.
Next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
• .. Seats on Sale Friday. ■_
7.5 c., 50c, 255,
The Oonfscisrafs flusaahi,
TWELFTH ; ANI> CLAY ST3. - ;
Open daily from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
.. Admission, 25c. free on Saturday*.;
THE VALENTINE MUSEUM
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. ■
Open daily from 10 A. M. to b P. ••*!.-■
. AdmiEKlon, 25 cents Free on faaturdays
au '20-ts .. - -i_^^___
TAX -NOTICE.
• TAX NOTICE.
"■•. Office Collector -of-City Taxes,;
Room 7,' First Floor, City -Hall.;-.
Richmond," Va.. December 1, 1902.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.-THE
LAST HALF OF. CITY TAXES. REAL
ESTATE AND PERSONAL for 1902, is
NOW DUB AND PAYABLE at this of
lice ■ • ' - . ......
EVERY male 21 years of age. and
EVERY person keeping house or doing
business in the city is assessed for, per
sonal taxes.. Those v. v o . have not paid
any city taxes during trie year will please
call anil settle, so: as to avoid being post
e^R!vD^ Uen pAVING. PIPE, AND
SEWER CONNECTION BILLS are also
due and will have to be declared delin
quent if not paid on or before end of
"FIVE PER CENT, will be added to last
half if not paid on or before DECEM
BER 31st.
Interest at SIX PER CENT, also at
taches to all bills as soon as reported
delinquent. .
Particular attention is called to the
above, as under an ordinance passed by
the City Council there can be no avoid
ance of the penalty.
Office open irom' 9 A. M. to 6 P..M.
• FRANK W. CUNNINGHAM." '
de 2-t3linc Collector of City Taxes. .
OCEAN STEAMERS.
Sillies ft* Direct* to the \
J^ililliL „ AZORES. GIBRALTAR
liiliMs££iGENOA. NAPLES &c :
"New England," Twin Screw, ir,400 tons,
Dec. 6,"Jan.i7, Feb. aB. "'Commonwealth,'
Twin Screw, 13,000. t0n5, Jan. 3, Feb. 14
Mar. aB.. -' Vancouver/ 1 Jan. 10. Feb. 21
"Cambroman," Jan. 31, Mar. 14. Send for.
ratea und illustrated booklet. -_!l ;
'These steamers toach at Algiers and
are the largest in Mediterranean servics. .
BOSTON TO -/UEENSTOWN AND „
• T. 2RPOOL. • ,
"Merlon," Dec. 10, '3 A. M.
Saloon, $50 to $65 upward. . 2d Saloon,
$40. 3d Class at low rates. For steamer
plans, etc., address, Dominion Line, Boston.
American Line
\EW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
Philadelphia.. Dec. 10 1 St. Louis.... Dec. 24
St. Paul. .....Dec. 17 j Philadelphia. Dec. 31
Red Star Line
NEW 'YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
Sailing Saturdays at 10 A. M. ..
Zeeland.. .''... ..Dec. o' Vaderland...Dec. 20
Finland...... Dec. 13 |Kroonland...Dec. 27
Internation tl Navigation Company, s
Piers It and 15, North river,
Offlce. 73 Broadway, N. Y.
W. U. PALMER & CO.,
my 15, f 9S-Tu.Thifi:Sat Richmond.
mind, but a month ago the ladies cer
tainly proposed to "disband." ;„
PORTER UNDER A CLOUD.
Customers Failed to IXcceive Goods
Whicli He Wan to Deliver.
Walter Traylor, a negro porter em :
ployed at Burk & Co.'s, is helJ at the
First Police Sialion ch.irged wuh being
a suspici )iis charac-io! • ;
Yesterday Mr. Rothschild, manager of
Burk &- Co.. telephoned to the detective
department that he wanted a man. De
tective .Hall responded. Mr. Rothschild
exnlained that customers who had bought
goods had failed m get them, and he
showed him a delivery book with a page
of signatures apparently • in the same
handwrlling.: "Waller Traylor was fne
man who had delivered the goods. In
vestigation tended to show that the man
had himself signed for the goods and
alterward pawned them. .
Detective Hall arrested him. in. a barber
shop at the corner of Seventeenth and
Broad streets, rxt - denied his guilt. A
pawn ticket for a rain coat in the name
of Willis was/found on him, and the coat,
which belonged to Burk & Co., was re
covered. ,
The police are looking for the rest of the
stolen goods. The case will come up in
the Police Court this morning.
Minstrels in Chnrity'w Cause. -:
To-morrow, night at 3 o'clock, at.-Oel
videre Hall, a minstrel snow will be given
by talented amateurs oJ \Ve.sr . Erd. in
aid of charity. Many of the best-known
entertainers bf the ; city, will bo partici
pants, and a -:lover and anjoyablo enter
tainment s is promised. Uesidos the legiti
mate minstrel features, tho olio t-nil laces
many bright- and amusing' ppeciulties.
Tickets can be had of the niomb-Ts.
The Xcw CUnrch-llillMaiii.
The work of laying ih-3 new 32- inch
wnter-miiin along fast Broa 1 street fro:u
Twenty-seventh to .C^\::ibcr:i:v) is now
nearing completion. It lias be<;n con
siderably retarded by >he rainy •vvonilifr.
The large main will ' :jreii. l > increase the
fire protection' m that vicsnity.
'. Rev. AY. S.Leakc'ii Sermon.
Rev- "W. S." Leake. ' the well -known min
ister, writesthe Dispatcli ihaih? was n>t
quite fairly quoted in' Tues-iay's ]>:ipi-r.
While his sermon advocatei; labor unions;
he did not "denounce" Rev. W' 15; Kvuns.
who differs from , urn, nor any one clfe,
he says. -/ '. " ■"'
For Monnniental Klndergyirten. ;
There Will be a sale .of handkerchiefs,
belts collars, and other fancy and 'use
ful articles -at 1u3."- south Third street
to-dayfrom 12 to 6 P. M.. and the ladies
in chareewill be glad to see; their friends
and "others /interested" in--, the /support -"of
Monumental Kindergarten, for .'which ob
ject the sale is being held;- V. 1
• . > Dentil '/of Their .'Son. • ■ . '.-
The many friends, of the Rev. JR. Pin
lay v Gayle and wife, "formerly / of a thi3
city, will b© grieved to learn of .the death
of their 'youngest; child, : ~ Travis .Taylor.
:Gayle,V from jpleuro-pheurnonia,' afterran
illness of -twelve weeks. t ■ '••"'/,
S&T'he 1 funeralv took plare^iiv Danvill*, ■'"■ ■-
WULIULOAD k acaf~>VhK*^
CnVSOUfHERN
;^3lv^/Mii.wA): ;
Schedule in Effect, Soy. 00, 1002.
Train* Leave . and Arrive X4th-Street
'.''"_■ ' Station! _ ;
■.■•= TRAIjrS LEAVi: niCKMOXD, TA.
!f:OOA.: : M. ; x o . 7, daily for panville.
;■ Charlotte, and- all local staUons
south, connecting at; uanville*- wr
stations to Lynchburg.. also wltn
D. and W. railway "for Martina
ville and stations on that line. At
Greensboro' for all stations east
and west thereof. " . . -
12:50 P.M., No. 13, limited train daily.,
..- for"; .lacKsonviile and uil. Fionuaj
polnts;. Havana, Nassau, etc. :Con
, nects at Moseley v<-lth: Farmville.
and . ' _4?owhatan railroad; ".at
Greensboro' for Durham. r Raleigh.
, and . Winston-Salem; -it Danville
- with .No«s 35. United States fast
mail, solid train, daiiy./ for New
Orleans and points South, vwhich.
carries Sleepers to New Orleans.
Columbia, Susannah, and Jackson
ville Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeper
Richmond to Atlanta- and Birming-.
ham. Through coach for Chase,
City, Oxford, and Durham. Through
train, with Sleeper. Salisbury to
,-' -_ Memphis. Dlning-Car service. -
»1:OB P. M., No. 11. Southern Express.
daily, for Atlanta. Augusta, Jack
•.-.-soni'llle,' and points South. Sleeper,
S for Danville. Greensboro". Salia
- • ; bury, and Charlotte, open at Kich
mond 9:30 P. M. Connection with
New York and Florida. Express and
Southwestern Limited, which car
ries through Sleepers to Augusta;
Savannah. Jacksonville. Tampa.
, . Nashville, Memphis. Atkmts.- New
! Orleans, etc. Complete Dinlng-Car
service. Also. Pullman Tourist
Sleeper Mondays. Wednesdays, and
Fridays Washington to San Fran
. Cisco, without change, with connec
tions for all points In "Sxas, Mexi
co, anrt California.
C:OOP. m.; No. 17, local daily, except'
Sunday, for Keysville and interme
diate points.
TRAINS ARItIVF !>' RICHMOND. . ,
O:!^. 1 ? A. M.)
«:as P. M:) Frora.- Atlanta, Augusta.
Jacksonville, Asheville. and all
points South. . : . : .
S:4O A. M., from Keysville and local
stations. • . - '
3:25 p. M.. ■ from Durham. Charlotte,
Danville, and intermediate stations.
LOCAL FUEIGHT.
Nos. 61 and fi2, between Manchester and
Neapolls. , . ... . .-•--• •- - 6
-nlyfcd Llflt, point.
THE FAVORITE ROUTE NORTH.
LEAVE iIIfiHMQXD.
4:30 P. M., No. 16. Baltimore Limited,
dally, except -Sundays, for West.
Point, connecting at West Point
with steamers for Baltimore and
York-river landings.
2:15 P. M.. No. 10, daily, except Sun
day, local express for West Point
and intermediate stations. Connects
with stage at Lester Munor for
Walkerton and Tappahannock.
5:OO A. M.. No. 74, local mixed. L3Avea
daily, except Sunday, - for West
; ■ Point and intermediate stations,
connecting with stage at Lester
Manor for. Walkerton and Tappa
hnnnock. • ■
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. -
O:15 A. ■ M. f No. 15, daily, from West
Point, with connection from Balti
more, except 'Monday.:V
1O;4C A. M., No. 9# daily, except Sundays
and Mondays.- . ' • .'..:".
4:50 P. M.. daily, except Sundays, from
, West Point and intermediate-sta
tions. ■ ■■ '■'■•-•: ' • :
Nos. 15 and 16 will make no stops be
tween Richmond and Qumton. .
Steamers sail from West I'oint 5:30 P.
M. dally, except Sundays. Steamers ca>!
at Gloucester" Point and Claybank Mon
days, T\'"ednesdays, and Fridays, and
York town and Allmonds Tuesdays,-Thurs
days, and- Saturdays.- -
• C. W WESTBURY, .
District Passenger Agent, .....
920 east Main street, Richmond. Va,
S. H. HARDWICK.
. Genera. 1 Passenger Agent.
C. H. ACKERT,
General-Manager, Washington. D. C.
no 1 • .- -' . . ' ' •'-
R. F. & P. 'RAILROAD;
Schedule in Elicct Xov, SO, 1902.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOSD-NORTU
« WARD. v
4:15 A. M Daily from BYRD-STREET
STATION, for Washington and
beyond. Stops at. Milford. Fred
ericksburg, and Alexandria. Stops
Occoquan Sundays. Sleeping Cars
to Washington and New York.
Dining Car. . '--, *
6-45 A. M Daily, from MAIN-STREET
STATION,' Florida and Metropoli
tan Limited, for Washington ard
beyond. Stops at Fredericksburg
■ and Alexandria. Buffet Sleeping-
Cars to New York. -■'
7:OO A. M. Except Sunday, from ELBA
STATION, accommodation for Ash
• land and intermediate points.
S-00 A. M. Sunday only, from BYRD
STREET STATION. . for Washing
ton and beyond. • Stops at Elba,
Glen Allen,, and local, stations,
Ashland -to Cherry Hill inclusive.
- Negley, Occoquan, ,and -Alexandria.
Burret Parlor Car.
■ 8-40 A M. Except Sunday, from BYRD--
' > STREET STATION, for Washing
■ ton and beyond. Stops at Elba,
Glen Allen, and local stations. Ash
land to Alexandria, inclusive. Par
lor, car. *
12*05 Noon. Except Sunday, from BYRD
SVKEET STATION, for Washing
ton and beyond. Stops at Elba.
Ashland; Doswell. Milford, Fred
■-■■■ ericksburg, and. Alexandria. Buffet
v Parlor Car. Connects with Con
. gressional, Limited. ...
4-OO P. M. Except Sunday, from BTRD
STREET STATION, accommoda
tion for Fredericksburg- and inter
mediate -points. ./
5-05 P. M. Daily, from MAIN-STREET
■ ' -. STATION, for Wasningtc.j and be
yond. Scops, at Doswell, Frede
ricksb'T^r. lirooUe. Wirlewater. and
Alexandria. Buffet Sleeping Car to
New York.
6-25 P. M. Except Sunday, from ELBA
- ' STATION. Accommodation • for
Ashland and intermediate. points.
805 P. M. Daily, from BYKD-STREET
■-■ ' STATION, for Washington and be
- vond. Stops at Elba. Ashland,
Doswell, Milford, Fredericksburg,
Brooke, Widewater, Quantico, and
Alexandria. Stops: at other sta
tions Sunday. Sleeping Car Rich
mond to New York and Washing
ton to Philadelphia. .
11*15 P M. " it-xeept Sunday, from ELBA
STATION. Accommodation for
Ashland and intermediate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND—SOUTH
> "' " . jWARD. f /■'':."
6-4O A M." ' Except Sunday, at ELBA
■■'■<■' STATION Accommodation from
4.shland and intermediate points.
8-OO A M. Daily, at BYRD-STREET
■ ' STATION. Stops at'
: Occoquan, Widewater.. Brooke,
Fredericksburg, Milford. DosweK.
• A.=hland, and El^a. Stops at other
- stations Sanday. Buffet Sleeping
Car New York to Richmond.
«••>% A ' M. Except' Sunday, at BYRD
STREET STATION. Accommoda
tion from Fredericksburg and in
termediate points. ■ :
|q . nt p Except aunday, at Bx'RD
STREET STATION. Stops at lo
cal stations. Washington to- Ash
land inclusive/ Glen Allen and Elba.
••Il'-'I I --' Parlor car. . . " ■ - . : r'
205 P M. Daily, -at MAIN-STREET
" ' STATION. Stops at Alexandria.^
- Lorton,/ Occoquan, Quantico, Fred
ericksburg, Milford, v Doswell, "and
Ashland. Buffet Sleeping Car from
New York. v
«-OO P 'M/ Except Sunday, at F.LBA
• STATION. Accommodation + frcm
Ashl."nd and .intermedia to points -
6-46 P M. Daily/ at BYRD-STREET
■ STATION. . btops at ; Alexandria,
v Fredericksburg, -Doswell/. Ashland.;
and Elba. Sleeping cars from New
-York and Washington. Dining cHr.
« -OO P " M. ' Dally.V at - BYRD-STREET
;•; ■ '^STATION. Stops at Altiiandria "and
v local stations,- Quantico^ to • Ashland
-Inclusive, Glen Allen and Elba;'.Bui
fei Parlor Car. - ' :. , „
10-S9 P- 'Mr* Daily, at MAIN-STREET
> iV ; STATION- Florida and Metropoli
tan Limited. -Stops, at';Alexandrla,
•■■ - ;V Fredericksburg, ; and Doswell:i Bufr
' : fet Slenpingv Cars from^New York.
1 1 -ob P M: 'Except^ Sunday,; av EL&A
- STATION.; Accommodation from
' W. J TAYTiOß? Traffic Manager.
■-•.' _ _ . - ;'
Uj»;^Jt.OAli --;.BCUBpCI«K>m
ATLANTIC-COAST LINE
Schednie In Effect; NoV. 30, 1002.^^
TRAINS LEAVE RicMMOSD-B¥RD
"■■;' J "--»STHEKT STATIOS. " - - .
»:OO A. M.. NORFOLK /LI ill T/BDv
- Daily. Arrives' Petersourg A~ :
M..-Norfoik-ll:20 A.-M-. sJiops only
at Petersburg, Waverly, and Suf
8:30 A. M. Daily; Arrives
3.1 aA. M., Ernporia/10:42.A. v M-,
■ Weldon. • 11:22 'A. M;, Jb a >^"f vl U?,
4:35- P. M., - -Charleston llu& i-
sonville 9:C6 A. M..-Tampa *.OO.P.
M.,' Port -Tampa 7:30 P. _M. -■ Con
: : : -ihfiGoldsboro V 2:&5 I fl
V r tonAs:4s P. M. Pullman sleeper. / New
13:i«0 P. M. -Daily, arr'ving 1 " 5 ,?"^
•■:$ -l:bO-P. .M. Crii-^ct.- --«th jSortoJk
' and:WCdC^'-.« rall\va> for Roanone,
; . 'a'h'i-lntennediate points, titops at.
.- ,'. - Dowry's Blurr. Centralia. . ana !
> -•■' /■■'■• Chester. ■ • ''' *' T „.|T i rn '
3:00 P-.-M. OCEAN SHORE
,- Daily. Arrives Petersburg o:JW^-
J 'M:;>Nortoik 5:20 P. M. Stops only
at .Petersburg. Waverly; and tav.i
■ foil' -• - r ' - ■-■' ' " '•
4:10 PJU-M j Dn ily. except Sunday. -tVif
-■■ rives Petersburg 4.53 'P. ■- a . l -. T Vf 11 enl;e nI;n I ;
dort.',C:o4-P. M.. and Rocky Mount
. S:l^P. M. Makes all Intermeulate
5:30 P?*M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg
: ~ '6:4SVP. -11. Makes air -stops.-
6:50 Pr'M. FLORIDA AND WEST llS
''■■ 'Petersburg" 7:32 "•' P."" M. Connects
. ■ "vatii iS'uriulk dt.ii vV'estLi-r. :oi
foH- pr.,; jft.-'--h' 3 '!KVv ji'iint:-:'!--^
ppria 5:43 P. M. (connects wlth.At
. iv.."v.c. ami--uiinv:iicTiwi" aiatwr.= &«
tv.-A^n Kjn-.r^'ci:, •-.;:. nn \,i:*y™i
ville);. Weldon 9:09 P.M., Wilming
ton 10:10 A. M., Fay etteville 12:4 < A.
M.. Charleston 5:45 / A. M., Sayan :
nah 7:55 A. M.: Jacksonville l:0o
P. M.. Tampa 10:00 P. ■ M., Port
Tampa 10:30 P. M.
;s -1 »v x.**L mO MIDDLE
. GKOKG I A POINTS— Arriving[Au
gusta 5:25 A. M.. Macon 11:35 A. M.,
AlTanta 1:00 P. M. Pullman sleeper
New York to" Wilmington. Charles
ton, Port Tampa. jacKsonville. Au
gusta, and Macon. Dining car ser
9:35 P. M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg
10:15 P. M. "Connects. at 'Petersburg
Twith Norfolk and Western rail
way, arriving Lynchburg 2:^ A.
'M-.v Roanoke 4:45 A: M . Bristol
: 10:10 A". M. Pullman sleeper R:ca
'"mond to Lynchburg. —
11:30 P.M. Daily. Arrives Petersburg
-' 12:10 A. M. . . ■
TRAILS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
4:07 A. M. Daily. From Jacksonville,
Savunnah, Chatß^iuu. aiwiiia;
Macon, Augusta,, and all points
7:35 A° U rn: Daily. From Petersburg.
.-Lynchburg, and the West.
S:4S Ar M. Daily, except Sundaj.
'=. .Petersburg local. • _,
11:10 A., M. Dai.y, except Sunday. Prom
Rocky Mount and intermediate sta
.' " ; tions. Norfolk, and SuffoiK. .
11:1O"a: M. Daily. From Petersburg,
Suffolk, and Norfolk.^ - c -
31*42 A" M Daily. From Norfolk, bur
folk, and Petersburg.- ;?:•--■
S-OO P" M. Daily. From Petersburg,
' Roanoke, and internrediate points.
6:50 Pr-M. Dally. From , Norfolk, Sut
. -folk, and Petersburg. . -^
7-45P.-M. Daily. From Miami,- Port
Tampa. Jacksonville, ..; Savannah,
- Charleston, Wilmington, Golds
" boro'. and all points South. • .
B:SG P.- M. Daily. Fromr Peterstjur*
. : - Lynchburg,^nd j AY^ ERsoNi
Traffic Manager.
W. J. CRAIG.
. -General
\: 3 -' "• Division Passen.ier- Agent,
la 14: :: " 83S vast Main street. •
M#WKor[olk^Wes!iß
Schedule in Effect Not. 30, 1002.
LEAVIS -RICIIMOXD (DAILY), BYKD-/
STREET STATION.
9:OO Al M., NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar
rives Norfolk 11 :*> A.M. Stops only,
at Petersburg. Waverly, and Suf
folk. Stops at Wakefield-only to
let off passengers holding tickets
' 0-00 r S.. B ™^HICA^d^P^SS,
- ; for Lyncnburg. Koanok-e, Cplu:n
- i"bTis. Cincinnati, -and Chicago.
oon'vßnffet - - parlor car Petersburg
to Roanoke. Pullman sleeper Roa
,noke to Columbus, and Bluetleld to
f '■- . - Cincinnati; also, for Bristol. Knox
ville. and Chattanooga." Pullman
steeper Roanoke to ivnoxville.
12-20 P M. ROANOKE EXPRESLn for
'-. -Farmville. Lynchburg. Roanoke,
3:O p : p^!^iS^Rf
--Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. "Stops
"- "only at Petersburg. . Wsveny. - and
-~r Suffolk. Connects- at- Norfolx. wuh
■/- r steaiiiers to. Boston. Providence,
■ ;:^ T New York. Baltimore, and Wash
6-SC'P^M. for Suffolk, ' Norfolk, and In
termediate stations. Arrives at
-^ -Norfolk at 10:40 f. M. ,
O-33 P M.. for Lynchburg and Roa
' noke. Connects at Lynchburg with
Washington and Chattanooga Lim
ited Pullman sleepers Lynchburs
'to Memphis and New Orleans.
Cafe parlor, and observation cars
Radford to Attala, Ala. Pullman
-rsieeper between Richmond and
- i i.vnchburg. - P.erths - ready for oc-
c upancy at 8:3) P. M. -Uso. Pull
' -T-iVman sleeper Petersburg and Roa
'TRAINS^ARRIVE RICHMOND FROM'
' X.vnchburg and the West daily at
-~ '7 : a." A. M.. 2:0«> P. M.. and S:SO
. c"P-M.- from Norfolk and the East
at 11-IO A. M., 11:42 A. M., and
, -li-.rto p. M.
Office : KiS Main street.
' ■*' JOHN E. WAGNER. .
' : City Passenger and Ticket Agent. "
ai. C.-PI. BOSLEY."
'■'■■• vi- •"> :'- District'Pa?sensrer-Agent
,. .., W r . B. BEVILL. ■: ■ '
■■'-.- '.'■■'*-..■ General Passenger Agent.
General Office: Roanoke. Va. fe 2Z .
SEABOARD
■• "■.■'■' Ai» Line Bajlw/;v'
Shoreline to principal cities of the South
and Southwest, Florida. Cuba. Texas. Cal
ifornia and Mexico, reaching the capitals
of six States. .''. . . / '
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APRIL 13. ISC2.
TRAINS LEAVE RiCHMC.NI^-MAIN
- Street station-t>aily.
No. 27: /NO. 31. - „, -
2-i5 P" M. 10:37 P. M.— Lv. Richmond.
2-56 P." M. 11:^0 P. M.—Lv. Petersburg.
7:27 Pj'M. 4:12 A. M.—Lv. Raleigh. .; -.
10-25 P. M. 7:00 "A. M.-Ar. Hamlet. ■' --.■■■
10:35 P. M. 7:20 A. M.—Lv. Hamlet. :'-..
7:50 A.M. 3:55 P. MJ-Ar. Atlanta:
2:00 A. M. 10:35 A. M.—Ar. Columbia. .
(Eastern Time).
1-05 A. M. 9:40 A. M.—Lv. Columbia
<•.•■■ (Central Time).
4-55 A M. 2:10 P. J.L— Ar. Savannah.: ,
0:15" A M, 7:00 P.M.— Ar. Jacksonville.
10-50 A.M. —Ar. St. Augustine.
5-45 P. M. 6:45 A. M.— Ar. Tampa. .
10:32 P. M. 10:08 A. M.— Ar. Charlotte. -
1:35 A. M. 10: iA. M.—Lv. Chester. ■
3-43 A M. 12:35 P. M.—Lv. Greenwood.
6:13 A; M. 2:50 P. M.—Lv. A ttt ens.
'7:50 A. M. 3:55 P. M.— ArifAtlantai
. 5:40 P. M.— At. Augusta.
11:35 A. M. 7:20 P. M.— Ar. Macon. . .
6:-a P. M. 9:20 P. M.— Ar. Montgomery.
- 2:55 A. M.— A r. Mobile.
7 :£i A . M.— A r." New Orleans.
6:C5 P. M. 1:40 A. M.—Ar. Nashville.
8:20 A.M. 8:20 A.M.— At.; Memphis. •
Train No. 35 leaves Richmond- 9:10 A:*M.
daily for Petersburg. Norlina. N; C.f;and
all intermediate ,- points. Connection ; at
Norlina with train arriving Henderson,
2-10 P. M. and Raleigh 3:50 P. :M., daily,
and Durham 4P.M. dally, except Sunday.
- Traln3 leave Richmond for Washington,
New York and the East ually— Wo. U-t'at
6:45 ' A.M.. and No. 65 at;s:os P. M. ; „
Connections at Jacksonville and Tampa
for all Fiorica East Coast points and Cuba
and Porto Rico: at New Orleans- for.all
Doints in-Texas. Mexico. and^Californla.- >
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND— '
! 6-35 A. M.. No. 34 (From all points South
i 4:£6 P. M., No. 6S \ and Southwest.
5-45 P. AT.: No. s«>. from Nprlina. ;N.';:C..
Petersburg, and local points. , ' .
; ■ SLEEPING-CARSSERVICE. .-V
Nos. 31 and 34— Florida and Metropo'f tan
Limited. Pullman Drawing-Room and :
Sleeping-Cars; between-^ New^; York- and
Tampa. ' - Vestibuled Coaches between
New York and ; Richmond."* and i between;
Richmond and Jacksonville.
Sleeping-Car3 (dally) - between > Jackson- >
ville and -Tampa: Also.:- through iJDraw-
Ing-Room ; Sleeping-Cars > between r;:Ne*r
York and Atlanta, :and Cafe-Care betw»»«ii
Hamlet •- and :: Atlanta. ■<, and ; Hamlet and
Savannah. ■■■/; ;*; * ;; '■■■ \ - -i-J^:-. ■■:■'■■'-■', y\ : y i--'-~_'
Noe. :'27-.: '27-. and "^ 66— Seabpard ''Faat^'MalL"
Pullman; Drawing-Room 'Buffet iSlfwplnK-:
Ci.'V. between New., York' and Jacksonvne.
connecting z at with?' Sleeping-Carj
- to ! and i from : Atlanta.-; In J connection jw »th :
which " through ■ Pullman "tickets s areT^ aold.^
Pullman rr'arlor : Cars/,between«rJackaoa-"
ville and Tampa. : V Finest Dayi-Coaches,*-^; 1 !
-:^,fc---->^.W./J/.MAY/;Clty^TlcketxAKeut:|a
■i-iZjip.\SmUh.vDlßtrict?PassenKeP;-AKentSl ;
: iKiVU HlVllMUllD.
T:45 A. M. Except ; Sunday. - N««P«»
News I^caU: ; Alt: sto»^ {^ r_ #ir
» :OO A; v m: ; Daily, ior Ut*jg^:*£Z £
: port News^rfandi^orfoUL^xw^
hours and ;twenty-five3mtouM«i^*
/Norfolk. Scops Willlaaisbur^^r.,
. port N.-ws, Hampton, and 'j^Mtoua.^
only. Parior car^Kichmond taO*.
4:0O P^WL Daily, except . Sunday. :Jtoj;
;■;Old; ■ ; Old ■'. Point, v Newport tvNewa^j*^
Norfolk:^Two:houra^andst«rt«y^
: j.- five minutes; to Norfolk^Stops .Wl^ f
/ liarrisburg/ Ntw», % »**.
Hampton , only. {Buffet Parlor ' Car
.-, - Goi donsville to Old v Polat. i 'Con-- :
necta at Newport News j on) Mon-,
days. -Thursdays.- Friday*^^*a*;
f ■-■■.. , Saturdays.: wither and M^ 8 wamer
X: ' to Baltimore;^ at^Old ; Point vwith
Washington, Baltimort, and Cap© .
' Charlfes stea Triers; i it Norfolk with
- Old Dominion iteamir* for New.
5:0O P M. Daily, for. Newport New*
-and Old Point. On Sunday cay
". connects .for Norfolk. Makes P<la
mainlline wssr-BOuxn. -\*
tO:lO A.M.: Local. HxceptSund&y.iar
' Clifton Forge; connects for Or«nr%;
- Culpeper." Caiverton. ami ilanaasa*. .
2;OO*P. M. Daily.; Cincinnati and-Loal^
ville Express. Buffet/ Parlor Car,
to GordonsvilieV Pullman Sleeper*
' Gordonsville to : Cincinnati, .ana.
; N Louisville. Dining: Car -on at Gor
donsvile. -Connects ': for ; ; Virginia
" ' Hot "Springs- fA local train. fror« ■
Govcronsville to x Staunton- follo-«I j
for local stations." except" Sunday.
5:15 P. M. Except Sunday. Accommod*
' tion to Dosweti; " - '--'~\ : : "'
7:OO P. M. •■St.\Louls.and;ChtcsisO Bpe
cial." Daily. with Pullman , cars; ;
;-.; ■ • Richmcr;d to Cincinnati; -Gordons
. ville to Indianapolis. and.St. Louis.
Parlor car Cincinnati to Chicago.
Dining car on at- Gordonaville.
-JAMES-RIVER- DIVISION. ,
1 0 :2O 'a. M. Daily, for Lynchburg. Lex»
ington. i and Clifton Forge. «xcspt
Sunday, for Rosney. "Alberene. «nil
New Castle. Parlor 'car. .V ?• '
5:15 P. M. Except- Sunday; to Bremo.
ARKIVE RICHMOND.
" From Norfolk and OW Point. Wot
a: M., and 6:3 aP. M. daily; 11:*S
A. M. and 7.-20 P. M^ except Sun*
•- ' day.'-. :- ■'.'■*: -" ' •"'■-. *„.■-.-. •■ .- '.
MAIN LINE., v ;.:.,'... I
: From Cincinnati and the West. 7:4&
A. M.. datly;-and.3:3o:P.'M.-. dally.
■ Local. 8:30 A. M.. except Sunday,
and 7:10 P. M.. except Sunday. -
JAMES P.IVER DIVISION. v
5:35 P.M. Dally and 8:40 A. M. r ex
cept Sunday. " - *
Apply at 809 east Main street. 903 east
Main street. Murphy's Hotel. Jefferson
Hotel. •'•and Main-Street Station, for fur
ther Information, rates, tickets,^ and Pull
man reservations. " -
"WO. WARTHFN.
.■'•-,.-../' - District Passenger Agent.
C. E. DOYLE. H. W. FULLER.
General Manager. Gen.; Pass. Agent.
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
CARS LEAVE CORNER PERRY. AND
SEVENTH STREETS. MAN
..'. ■•--..- CHESTER, - .:•
Every hour from S A. M. Jo .10 P. M
Last car 11:30 P." 11.
CARS LEAVE PETERSBURG *
30 : Minutes After Every Hour from «»
. . A. M. to, 10:30 P. M. /. ■ ,
Friday ; and Sunday special
iDc. round trip. In . effect August 7th. -
/~t LY/DE STEAMSHIP "•-. ASSsfcr
\j COMPANY. MUSUttm.
PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND. ANT>
NORFOLK STEAMSHIP LINE.
Appointed sailing; days every .TUSB-'
DA\V FRIDAY,- and S UNDAY at day-
% relghf received dally;,un.il- 5-P. M» ■
For further information apply, to
. J \V. M-CAP.RICK.
General Southern Agent: Office.; Rocfcetta.
v . enet - ; : w. P CLYDE- &-CO..
. .■: / 'General 'Agents^ "Philadelphia. •
MERCHANTS 1 AMD MINERS
liiiiiililll
DIEECI KOUIE TO BOSTO2T. . MASS,^
AND PROVIDENCE/ B/ I. | .;
Steamers leave Norfolk .. for. /Bostov
TUESDAY • \ WEDNESDAY; ■ =FRIDA"E
and SUNDAY at « P. M.;' for Providence
MONDAY. THUKSD^y. and, SATLR
DAY at «P. M. •>'-:•: ;, .. ;
Accommodations and.,,cuislne . unsur-
Passengers and freight taken for. all
New -England points. - -• ' - < "_'
Tickets on sale at Chesapeake and. Ohio
and Norfolk and Western rii.way efflcea
and 903 east Main street. -- .- • - ■- :
R. H. WRIGHT. Agent. ;
ap 30 ... .; Norfolk- Va. '
DAILY LIKE FOR NEW YORK, THf
KCRTH IMD EAST. v
MIGHT LINE DAILY
v--v .; ■ ; , /. BETWEEN • ■ /_ -- -•
RICHiVIOND AND NORFOLK;
Th* Mew Sturiitri
eRANDOH AND BERXELEI
leave Richmond nightl y at T o'ctpekj f o>
Norfolk, stopping at rJewport, New* :n
both directions. Fare" one way;- CoO?
round * trip. includ ns -^tote-roora
berth, arriving at /Norfolk at 5 A.. M. p
there transferring 'to; New lork steamer,
daily., except: Sunday. >-* ♦ . : : ;:; v
Passengers can leave daily, except Sun
day by Chesapeake and: Ohio railway, -at
8:50^. M. Iknd 4 P. i M.;'or,»rA:H<l. and i
P il by Norfolk and Western railway,
both "lines connecting.at Norfolk with di
rect steamers sailing same day. -. ..., : -
Freight for all northern, .eastern* /and
foreign ports received j and ;: forwarded 1
daily. except • Sunday, at •company'sr
wha"rf. Rocfcetts. i /'. : ■;:'-" '; \ -■_ '■■. -^r
Tickets on sale at company s oface«:No»
1212 east • Main street;. Richmond \-ransK\ -ransK
fer" Company, /No. 903 east Main stroeti
Murphy's Hotel, "Chesapeake' ;and :Ohfo
and Richmond and Petersburg * depots,
Kichmond. ' Baggage checked througn ta>
all points. : J() HN F . MATE:R.-Agent.;
1212 east Main street. Richmond Va.-./
J. J.BROWN, ■
General Passenger: Agent ./
H B. "WALKER, Traffic Manager,. Ne»
York.: v■■ ■/' .-'■• '■ - ■--■■-■ " \ - : : ■■■; V -:•?■• i'.- n0. 28 -'/
?&**& iRGIKIi KAYIiiATiOa CO.,
AMES RIVER
>^p- DAY LINE.
Steadier Pocahontaa ltta-vea' every J iIOJ*-
DA t. W£UNt:t)UAi'. and?FRH>Ar «t^
7 A. M. for vNorf oik. Portsmoutft, " Old
Point." 'Newport ' ■ News. Claremonc' ani'
r ames-rfrer. landings.; and connecUnß^at
Oid Point, and Nurf nlk ' for Was^lagioa^
tfultlmort. and th* North. ■ — -■ :
.- State-rooms :- reserved *.for the. night ,r
moderate prices. ~ '; '-.'z'? .* "\=
Electric-cars direct to f h«, wharf. ;Far»
only $I.so' and iH'^to^ Norfolk. TMu3lc;fc3r,
Grand : Orchestrion. ■-'• -': i' i <s^"
- Freight received for above-nam*d plac«»:
and all : : points -In : Eastern "Virsdnla^ ; an*
North. Carolina. rIRVrS^KtSttYRR^m
-f ■■'■ - Central Manajr«r A
E. A. /Parbpr.' Jr.. S»«ret*ry. ' / f» tv_ ;
BAY LINE
TO BALTIMORE
yiaC. & O. Railway and
Okt Point .„-,"■■;%
U.S. KAIL ROUTE,
Leave Richmona i 1i 1 via : Chestipmke t? «B< . ?i
Ohio n railway daily, lexceptv Sund«jr^^J|
4^ P,VM.^> connecting : at^,O:a ?PUiftt'«wft%M
the superb steamer* ol the OM"U«yXIa«tT
leaving ?at^:l3,f r.' MC ■ arrlvic* Baltlmqr*
6:30 A. M.; in time?;to?maHe cdnaecUo*?!
with ;; ail ; trains \ North. '* Kastf. ; und* i W«tt.' i #
; Snort ~4 rail ? rid© I and I all % night \ on :t oheioCi
:the 'i finest % steamers }\n% southern 'xinxfctmsL
fßeturnlngV^? arrive ; Rlchmi s».^lJ

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