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There's ?? Reason
For this IJnparaHed Output.' Wo have accomplished in a
career of a few weeks wvliat others have not done in as many
years. ^What's the reason?
....UNSURPASSED QUALITY....
?* i ?
The first and only solid carload of Flavoring Extracts
that! has ever be.en shipped from Eichmond to a Northern
market for one purchaser.
? f Chartered February 18th ")
THEJ. E. FOWLER CO., ?G??. ^ Flrat Shipment on April I6t? [ |^|
' ' I First Carload Shipment on June 29th J
POTATO BUG
CHANGES DIET
"Attack Young Tomato Plants
and Destroy the Entire
Crop.
THE CANNERIES AT- WORK
Large Quantities of Cherries
That Went to Waste Now
Being Pickled and) Sold.
(Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
IIEATHHVILLB, VA., July 2.-Much j
damago has been dono to the tomato crop j
in this eectlon this year by tho potato '
bug, a small Insect little larger than a ?
fly, Tho insects havo been known to I
destroy a large number of vines In a !
ffcW hours. Many preparations for kill?
ing them have been used by the truck?
ers, but tho only way to rid tho'vines
of them seems to bo to pick them off
and burn them each day. In 4 largo Mold
this Is utmost an Impossible tatfk. Until
' this year tho little insects, which goeih
to Increase each year, have confined
themselves to the Irish potuto vine, from
which fact they gained their nume. Purls
green has always been used heretofore,
and has. been very effective, killing tho
insects almost as soon as applied. On the
tomato vine, however, this remedy cannot
bo safely used for fear of the poison en?
tering thu young tomatoes. It takes the
bugs only a short while to destroy an en?
tire crop, so that tho farmers have to
be constantly on thu outlook for them,
CANNING CHERRIES.
Tho canning factories In the Northern
Neck havo been opened up and are
cunning cherries. This Is tho -ilrst timo
that tlio factories of this section have
ever attempted to can cherries, and it
will bring much money to tlio people.
Therefore thousands of bushels of cherries
havo been left on the trees for the birds
und to rot. Now thoy are bringing good
money to thoso who ehooso to pick thorn,
Tho canning factories aro also pre
paring to can blackberries on a largo
scalo. This experiment lias been tried
beforo In a small way, and has been
found to pay very well, '
Somo of tho farmers of this section
have begun threshing wheat. Most Of
tho crops have turned out about thlrtj
bushels per aero. This is an unusually
largo yield. As wheat is still ubout a
dollar per bushel, It Is probable that there
will soon bo a plenty of money In this
section.
SPLENDID WAV CROP.
Somo of the largest hoy crops over
seen In tho Northern Neck have been
safely housed by tho furmors during IhQ
past week. It |s almost certain now
that there wilt bo plenty forago for cut
Ilo next wlntor.
It is roported on good authority that
a number of capitalists of Alexandria
will In the near future erect a bank und
operato a building and loan enterprise at,
Colonial Reach, In Westmoreland county.
If this plan is carried Into effect, It will
. be a great advantage to tho people of
that county.
Messrs. \\", E. Finley and Y. Tjnley, of
Baltimore, who contracted for building
nad fournishlng tho bank at Cotonisi
Beach, aro putting the finishing touches
to the beautiful bank building.
Ron. W. A. Jones, of Warsaw? repre?
sentativo from First Congressional Dis?
trict, will make an address' lu Tammany
Hall, New York, on tho Fourth of July.
Tho Tidewater Agricultural and Stock
Association will hold their eleventh an?
nual fair at Tappahannock on August
I'lth. Kth and 2<?1?.
r*4&OMr*QUM0?
POSITIVELY CURE
ilver Disease, Rlioiiin-itl.-.i
?, Erysipelas, Scrofula,' O
ition, Neuralgia, Nervou
a, Syphilitic Diseases, Co:
biii'uuuu, ?,?ou,650 peop.e? wero treated in 1
li-M. 2Sc, All druggists. H 1
* WILL POSITIVELY CURE
Kidney and Liver Disease, Rheuma Usui.
8lok "Headache, Erysipelas, Scrofula,1 Ca?
tarrh, lud gestion, Neuralgia, Nervous?.
n?es, Dyspepsia. Syphilitic Diseases, Con?
stipation, V?,28?,650 people? wero treated In
GRADUATES OF VIRGINIA
SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND
The above^ picture shows five graduates of tho^Vlrglnla School for the Deaf
and Blind. Beginning at the left, they are Oscar Edwin Holmes, Luray, Va.;
Myrtle Virginia Smith, Tazewell, Va.? Carl Washington Reabum, Flncastle, Va.;
Nellie Roberts Fowler, Carroll county, Va; Robert Atwell Blankenshlp, Malvern
Hill, Va. Carl Reabum Is blind and the other four are deaf.
(Special to The Times-Dlepatch.)
BTAU.N'TO'X, VA.,, July 2.-Tho Vir?
ginia School for the Deaf and the Blind
at Staunton has recently closed a ses?
sion with Interesting graduating oxer?
clecs. It Is a State bistltutlon, suportod
entirely by tho Stato, the annual appro?
priation being $15,000.
It Is not a home for orphans or old
peopled but Is purely a. school for all
white children in the State betweon eight
uiid twenty-one yearn of ago, too deaf
or too blind to attend tho ordinary public
schools.
The school numbers two hundred and
thirty pupils, having rapidly Increased
In ils attendance in tho last few years,
making It necessary to erect two largo
dormitory buildings?tho Tyler Hall and
the 'Montague Hall. It bus titty acres ot
land nttuohed, and Is one of. tho most
beautiful properties owned by the Stute.
Tho school has an ejchlblt from Its In?
dustrial department tit tho St. I.outs Ex?
position, whloh will bo found, not In the
Virginia Bullding, but in the Educational
j Building.
The graduates of the blind department
can attend any college after leaving this
(school, but tho graduates from the deaf
department who desire a higher educa
. Hon must attend dallaudet College,? at
Washington, D, C? which is a national
Institution and tho only college lri the
I world for tho deaf. The. school now has
one graduate from the blind department
at Kmory and Henry College, and four
from tho deaf department at Gallaudct
College.
? It had livex-graduates?ono blind and
four deaf?at tho closo of tho session
just ended, a group picture of whom will
bo found In this Issue.
The following gentlemen compose the
bourd of visitors:
Dr. G. Vf. Butts, Nansomond county;
Hon. K. G. Bourne, Grayson county; S,
H. Miller. Esq., Dynchburg; Hon. J. H.
Lindsay, Charlottesvllle; A. II. McCtio,
Augusta county; Vf. L. Koyser, Esq.,
Rajipahnnnock county; Hon. Joseph AV.
Southall, Superintendent ot Public In?
struction, ox-otllclo member.
W.ELL=KN0WN EDUCATORS.
PROF. ELMER JONES, % OR? ?, ?, SEARS,
Of the Faculty of the Stato Female Nor.Of the Faculty of the State Female Noi.
mal School. mal School. ?
(Special to Tl?e Tlmes-Dlspatch,)
FARM VILLE, VA., July ?.?Dr. O,
B. Sours nnd Professor Elmer Jones,
two of the most prominent and pop.
ular members of ' the Stato Jamale
Normal School faculty, represented tide
Institution In St. Louis, Mo., at a, gather?
ing ot over 1,600 well-known, educators,
Professor Jones, is tho president of the,
Virginia Educational Association.
Dr.. Bears will make a careful study of
the great show. Ho Is no doubt tlio most
popular member of the Normal faculty
among the young ladles of the Normal
school, as well as one of Virginia's lead
ins educatori),
CELEBRATES
LABOR DAY
Council Adopts 'Committee Re?
ports for Parade and Ex?
ercises This Year.
TAILORS TO HAVE A PICNIC
All Trades Report Business
Good?Local Organizer for
Richmond Is Named.
The action of the Conimi Trades and
Labor Cornioli In endorsing the recom
mcndatlona of tho Labor Day Commlt?
teo at Ha meeting laut Tuesday night .'?
an assurance that tho celebration this
year will be a success.
From now on tho committee from tho
council, together with representatives
from all of tho local unions, will meet
weekly to hear reporto of sub-commit?
tees and compioto arrangements.
Tho celebration will consist of parade
In tho forenoon, to bu followed with ap?
propriate exercises, at uomo point to bo
so.ectcd, In tho afternoon. These exer- \
cieca will consist ot speech-making and
probably a programme of athletic sports.
For tho past two years tho day has
been celebrated at out-of-town resorts
and years previous to this parades wero
held and In each Instance they were
great successes, but tho aim of tho com?
mittee thw year is to eclipse all previous
occasions, and with this end In view dili?
gent work has already begun.
Central Trades Council.
The bi-monthly meeting of council was
held on Tuesday night in Ellett's Hall
and a Urge number of delegates were
present.
The following new delegates were seat?
ed: Capital City Lodge, No. 690, Machin?
ists, Vf. H. Umlauf, J.. E. Steward, H. W.
Anderson, A. L. Douglas, and H, E.
?jflflin; Typographical Union, No. SO,
Daniel MaCaHum;' Henry Meyer, Vf. H.
Mt??len, B. W. Blakey, and Sidney Cates.
Tlio report from tho Labor Day Com?
mittee was read and approved and the
committee continued. A large number of
communications from various points wero
read. A paper from the San Francisco
Labor Council, with resolutions bearing
on the Colorado miners' strike, were rev
celved and the secretary ordered to send
a copy ot the resolutions to all local
unions, the president of the United States
and memborB of his Cabinet.
A donation was made to the locked
out clgarmakers of Tampa, Fla., and
much business of routine nature was
transacted. The council will meet again
on July 12th, at which ofhoers for the
ensuing term will be elected.
Business Reported Good.
All trades represented In the council
reported that business In their vhrlous
branches was''goad with"^\very few men
out of employment. This was especially
true of mo3t of building trades branches,
us the number of now buildings being
constructed has kept their trades busy.
Mr. Dollard, Elected? :
Mr. Richard P. Dollnrd was elected la<-t
Wednesday night by the local union of
clgarmakers to represent them In tho
session of the International Union, which
meets In Baltimore in September.
Mr. Dollard'is well known ib all union
men of this city and State, he having
been president of the Central ?rades and
Labor Council and a representativo to
several conventions of tho Statue Federa?
tion of Labor. He Is welt qualified to
represent the clgarmakers In tho big
meeting, and,no doubt he will report a
good stewardship to his local after the
session in Baltimore.
Mr. Mullen Organizer.
Mr. W. H. Mullen, secretary of the
Central Trades a ? d\ Labor Council, was
named by that body last Tuesday night
as .local organizer for this city and vi?
cinity, Mr. Mullen volunteered to do
this work and his past experiences ns
organizer for thu A. F. of L. will make
In him the best man possible for tho
task. He hns already In the past month
organized the shoemakers and expects In
tho near future to perfect several other
organizations. '
Tailors' Picnic To-morrow.
The members of tho Tailors Local, No.
ii, and their families will givo ? .picnic
to-morrow in Miller's Grove. Tho day
will be spent as 'an outing and will
afford an opportunity for the members
to become more thoroughly acquainted.
In the afternoon an old-fashion Bruns?
wick stew will bis enjoyed. ?
Stage Employes' Officers.
At the last meeting of the Stago Em?
ploy?es Local, No. 87, tho following offi?
cers wero elected for six months; Presi?
dent, D. H, Jarvls; Vice-President, Tho?
mas Jones; Recording and Financial
Secretary, .Lawrence Kessler; Treasurer,
Sam Cohen; Sergeant-nt-Arms, David
TVado; Walking Delegato, John Brad?
shaw.
This local, while not large lu mem?
bership. Includes every man employed.nt
elthor of tho show houses In this city,
nnd Is on a sound tlnnnolai basis, with
no? grievances existing between employer
nnd employee.
Labor Day Committee.
Tho commltteo appointed by the Central
Trades and Lahor Council to devise plans
for the proper celebration of Labor Day
met last Monday In Cnrmody's Hall and
organized. T, V. Rudd was made chalr
mun and Sidney Cates secretary. After
a general discussion ot tlio subjoct be?
fore thorn It wus decided to recommend
to the counoll thnt tho day bo colobrated
with a parade, and either exercises ftp?
proprlnto to tho day. ?
This wllh soventi oilier recommenda?
tions was unanimously adopted by tlio
council niid Ihn coniinlltoo will meet
again on July 11th, at the some placo to
begin urrangonientn Cor tho occasion.
It Is earnestly requested that each
local, whether nfflllnled with tho Central
body oi not, send a representative lo this
mooting.
Meetings This Week.
Local Koderation of Musicians in Coil?
cordili this afternoon nt ,'l o'clock.
Barbers' >.oea], No. SOU, in Ellett's Hall
at 8 o'clock on Tuesday nlBht.
Shod Metnl Workers, No. 78, In Smith's
Hull Saturday night.
Capital City Lodge. No. tidfl, machinists,
Coniti
OEORQE WASHINGTON'S, QUEUE,
It Hid p Luxuriant Suit of Straight and
Very Dark Hair, ,
Tho Father of his Country concealed
x^ luxuriant' suit ot hair beneath his
queue wig. Many now wish the old
fashion were In vogue, to conceal thinned
I.cur or baldness.- Vet no ono need have
iliin hair noi: bo bald, if ho cure the
dandruff that causes both. Dandruff
cannot bo cured by scouring tho sculp
because It Is a"germ disease, and the
germ has to be killed. Nowbro'c Herpl
cldo kills tho.dandruff germ?no other
hair preparation will. ''Destroy ilio
i.uuse, you ronicivo the effect." There's
no cure, for dandruff, but lo kill Ui0 term
gold by leading druggists. Send loe.. in
stumps for sample to The Herpicldo Co.,
Detroit. Mich. Owens and Minor Dyufl
Co.. Special Agent?.
Cool Foot Fixings
For Tropical Times
Have the right OVTINQ SHOES and you
will enjoy your outing twice aa woll.
?*? ? ????4e Suggestive of & lull Measure of Summer Enjoy
1 lillciy II Ulla ment and Foot Comfort. & & 0
Black,
WOMEN'S PATENT KID Oxfords
and Bluchers, tifn and welt soles,
silk lac?-? ftnd ribbons, Cuban and Cas?
tillan heels.
50??400
? Shoes, patent kid,
ct kid, French calf,
S3 50, S5.00, $6.00
Men's low Shoes, patent kid, pat?
ent colts, viel kid, French calf,
White.
WOMEN'S WHITE LINEN and
WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS, turn
and welt soles, military and Cuban
heels, .
$2.00
MEN'S WHITE LINEN GIBSON
BLUCHERS, -welt solee,
$3
.00
"?Cool, comfortable, strikingly sty?
lish.
Tan.
WOMEN'S LOW SHOES IN RUS?
SIAN CALF, SUEDE AND BROWN
OOZE, OXFORDS, BLUCHERS, GIB?
SON TIES,
253-00 fend $3-50
Men's Russia Bluchers,
$3*50 fend $5*00
Elk Skin Shoes, Elk and rubber
soles,
$3.50
Trunks and Suit Cases, Good vaiues-Modestiy Priced. $5 to ?2o
C. F. Cross Shoe Company?
313 Broad Street.
BEACH PARK
WEST POINT, VA.
Special chartered train, leaving So.
_Ry. Depot, 14th St._
Twilight Limited', Dally Except
Sunday.
Leave Richmond G:30 p. M. Re?
turning leave "West Point 10 P. M.
SUNDAY TRAINS,
Leave Richmond 9:30 A, M. and 4
P. M. Leavo "West Point 8 P. M.
and 10 P. M.
7 50c. ROUND TRIP. 60c.
In Concordia Hall Tuesday night.
Carpenters and Joiners, No, 380, In Dav?
idson Hall Monday night.
Carpenters and Joiners, No. 1180, in
Westhnm Hall Friday night.
Printing Pressmen in Davidson Hall
Saturday night.
Bricklayer's, No. 1, in Druids Hall Sat*,
urday night.
Painters, Decorators and Paper-bangers,
No. 220, In Carmody's Hall Wednesday
night.
Cigar-makers in Smith's Hall on Wed?
nesday night.
Photograph Engravers, No. 36, in No.
807 1-2 East Franklin Streut. Thursfltiy
night.
??Stage Employes, No. 87, In Sparks and
Black's Hall, Friday evening at 6????|
o'clock.
Bartenders' International League, No.
498, In Murphy's Annex, Sunday after
-noon at 3 o clock.
Granite Cutters in Thompson's Hall Fri?
day night.
Machinists Lodge, No. 10, in Sparks and
Black's Hall Monday night.
In the Labor World.
Arbitration in New York city lias set?
tled tho wage scale of 7,000 union painters,
and the agr?ment lias been etgned. It
?rants 50 cents a day Increase, making
tho scale $4 and $-1.25 for plain and decor?
ative painters respectively.
San Francisco labor unions havo begun
arrangements for the entertainment and
care of the delegates to the American
Federation of Labor convention In that
city in November.
It Is said that the attempt of Sully, I
tho American "cotton king," to corner
the cotton market has cut down tho
wnsros of the English cotton spinners
?2,000,000 a week.
Fifty unions in Porto Rico havo been
formed since the Island becamo a Unit?
ed ?States flosse3slon. ' Most of tliom
are chartered direct by the-American
Federation of Labor, the others being
branches of the carpenters,, bricklayer?*^,
painters' and printers' International
unions, whoso headquarters are In tho
United States.
Officers of unions in Now York and
other cities are agitating for trades union
banks In the prlnolpat cities.
More than 00,000 was raised and dis?
tributed at Sheflleld, England, tho past
winter for tho relief of the unemployed,
The newly formed International Com?
pressed Air Workers' Union has estab?
lished headquarters at Now York, with a
charter from tho American Federation
oc Lubor,
The Boot and Shoe Workers' union hns
a membership of 50,000 and over *t?o,000
In Its treasury.
Tho Amalaramated Association of Iron,
Steel nnd Tin Workers paid out 1*80,000
in strike benefit.?} last year.
On tho Fourth of July there will be a
parado In Chicago of all tho child workers
in the city. It is claimed by the Federa?
tion of Labor that thero will be 20,000
children, .boys and girls, In line.
Last year was a prosperous one for
Chicago labor unions.? Over 00,000 work
era luid tholr hours of labor reduced
from ten to nino, and the gain In Wages
will amount to over $9,0O0,00Oa year.
SCOTTSVILLE, VA.
. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
SCOTTSVILLE, VA., July 2,-Rev, Mr.
Comb, secretary of the Stato Board of
Missions, conducted servlt-os at tho Dis
(Mlilus' Church one night lust week.
Miss Bensle Hill has roturnod homo
from Lynchburg. >
Mr. Waller Mnllory hns boon quite
sick recently.
Mr. C. B. Harris visited Kent's Store
last week,
Miss Dot-eon Parkinson, who hue boeq
111, Is oui ?gain,
Mrs. T. II, Loo nnd Misa Mary Wyuti,
of Huntington, W, Va., aro guests ot
Mrs. E. Lansing Fox.
Mrs. J. It. Daniel, who has been slck
rccontly. Is much Improved.
Miss Somuilo DuwBon Is visiting friends
at Now ('iinton.
Miss I/iltio Pitts, of Arvou, Is tin-,
guest of Miss Clara Pitts, nt "Bello |
ifitvon."
Mrs. Nanni.? CiJlinure Is quito sick, '
Mrs. (?eo, N.t-hoiits, of Buoh.nghuin, !
Min. ?mbler ?md Miss Trivott, of Baiti
i-iore, passed through Scottsvlllo on Wed?
nosday, Ihn 30th, on tliel*? way homo from
ilio Halludny-Nlchojus nuptials In Clmr- .
lottosvlllo. !
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES, R., F. A.
R, R, R.?SEASON 1904. I
Effective Juno 1st, the R,, p. &. p. n.
fl, will soil reduced rato summer excur- I
ston tickets to all principal Northern.
Eastern and Canadian summor tourist
points, including Atlantic City, rano
May, Nlasura Falls, Saratoga Sprliigs,
Clifton t?prings; Newport, Quebec, Mon?
treal,' resorts hi tlio Adirondack? und
...ilto Mountains, etc; also to Virginia
summer tourist points on the Southern
Rallwny reached via Washington. Tick?
ets on sale, dally until. September 30th,
Inclusive,, good returning until October
31, 1804.;.liberal stop-over privileges.
Jor further Information apply to
agents R., F. & P. R it., or
W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager.
RAILHOADSv
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILU.
8:00 A M.?NORFOLK LIMITED. Arrive?
Norfolk 11:20 A, M. 8top? only at Petersburg,
Wuverly and Suffolk.
??05 A. M.--ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. Buffet
Parlor Car, Petersburg t" Lynehburg and Roan?
oke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoko to Bt. Louie,
Uluelluld to Cincinnati; also Roanoke to Knox?
ville, and Knoxvllle to Chattunooga? and Mero?
Pl??%0 P, M.-ROANOKE EXPRESS for Farm?
utile Lynehburg and Roanoke.
?'?? P. M.-OCBAN SHORE LIMITED. Ar
rives Norfolk 6:20 P. M. Slop? only at Peters
b?rii Wavorly ?ml Suffolk. Connect? with
?teamen to Boston. Provicene?. New York,
BoUlmoro and Washington. Through coach to
V?f?f. M.-?&r Norfolk and all elation, earn
O?3-30!pr'!MU-?EW ORLEANS SHORT LINE.
Pullman aieouem Richmond.to Lynehburg and
f?; Petersburg to Bristol, Lynehburg to
Chattanooga, Memphis and New Orleans. Cato
^?O* p"'M.-\VORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL.
Through Pullman Sleepor Petersburg to St.
%'?v?unr. West 7:35 A. ??,.-tM
? M. and 8-05 P.M.; from Norfolk li?O A. M.
????????a.?? VI Main Street.
?w"b BEVILL. . O.H; ?IpSLBV
Qen'l. Pana Aet- W?t. Pass. Ast.
**^?tl??tic coast line.
TRAINS ?^?^^!?&^*-???
EFFECTIVE ? ONDA Y, MAT 29TH.
?:06 ? M??*? c- *?? Bxiiree? to all point?
e-o?8A.UtM.~-Potereh'ijrs and Norfolk.
i2MeP. M.?Petersburg and N. and W. We?U
v?o ? M.?Petorabure and Norfolk.
,?:;J ?! M.?Ooldsboro Locul.
??? ? M.?Petersburg Local,
?.'? ? M,-"Florida and West Indian Lim?
und" to all pointa South.
a-30 1? M.-Fvterabuis mid N. and W. Wut,
??p m.?Petersburg Local.
U TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
? ?07 AM.? 7:35 A.-? M. ! ??;:? A. M. ! "lOlt?
? vi.' v.a ?. M?; a:? p- M
?E?ceht Sunday, ??Sunday only,
?Excepto B CAMPBELL. Dlv. Pasa. Agi,
t^. j, CRAW. Don. Pam. Agt_
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.
??.AINS LEAVE RICHMOND-DAILY.
"?M* ? M.-Seaboard Man-loiM P. M.-Sea,
hoard ?xure???Tu riavanuuh, Jacksonville. At?
lit!?* una Southwest.'
??io a M.-L0C0.1?i-'or Nortina and Hamlet.
TRAIN?? ARRIVE RICHMOND?DAILY.
6:85A M.~No. 34?Vtojn Florida, AU' jtu and
114?:55<?.1?!-??. 66-Froin Florida, Atlanta and
,hse-J?pUM!^l"'-.From Nortina and local poluta.
?. ?. LEARD, D. P. Al
IL ?. ^??^ ?? TAYLOR, C. T. A
130 Boat Main Street. 'Phone 406.
RICHMOND ANO PETERSBURG
ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
r?ra leave corner o? Perry and Seventh sta.
Ma???? G?? ???f &" ?h:"?hAUr??n,tt *
bara leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Stroot. ?vory hour irom 0:80 ? AI. to lv.m
P'?aet car connecting with Norfolk and West?
??G Railway. It>? P. M.
?TIAM 50AT&.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.,
JAMES RIVER DAY. LINE.
STEAMER OLD POINT COMFORT, leave?
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY und FRIDAY at J
? M tor Norfolk. Portsmouth, Old Point,
Nowuort New?, Ouremont and Jamos River
nuLdtnge. and couneotlng at Old Point fot
Washington; Baltimore and vho North. State?
rooms roeiirved for tho night ut moderate
?rlces. Electric cars direct to wharf. Fare
only ll.W and $t to Norfolk. Musio by Grand
Orchestrion.
Freight received for above-named placea and
all DOlnts In Eastern Virginia and North Caro?
lina; IRVI N WEISIOER, Gen'|. Mgr.
?. A Barber Jr.. Secretary.
CLYDE1 STEAMSHIP
COMPANY'S
PHILADELPHIA, '
HICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE.
?telght received and delivered daily at a, m
O, Ry. Co,'? depot, Seventeenth and Broad
Htreets. H. K. WOODFIN, Soliciting Aj-ut.
V?. N?v. Co.'? Wharf. Rc?k?tt?
OLD DOMINION
Si?Aft.or?lr' Uli
IMignt ?une for Nortoiif
Leace Richmond every evonlng <foot of A?b
fi?riTut? IP M. Steamers stop at Newport
???? in both illreetlons. l'are fiiQ one wuy,
M 60 round trip, Includes stateroom berth;
meal?. We- Sli'oet Cars to Steamer?? Wharf.
FOR Ni?W ?ORK.
Uy Chceupeake una Ohio Hy? u a. M., I p.
M.? oy isorioiii und Western ny? u a. m., j p.
M. ; ?dio by old uomiuiun ingi? hue ?.earner.
All lines connect at Norfolk with direct ?team?
er? for New York, ?ailing dally (except Bunuay)
7 K. F. CHALKLEY, City Ticket Agent, SOS
Fast Main Street. JOHN V. MAYER. Agent.
MERCHANTS AND "mTn?RS*
TRANSPORTATION CUMPANY
Steamship Line. Direct Route to
Boston, mads., oc ^roviueiice, JR. I.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston TU"s!ay,
Wtdneaday Friday and Sunday. Fai? Previ?
denco Mcr.day, Thuraday und Sulurda.v at I
P. M. Pasoengers and fixlght taken for all
New England point?. Tick, t? on eala at ? ?
O. Ky. and N. A Vf- ?.y- oaiees ?na No. ?J|
Eut Main Street
*, M- WRiaHT. Ag?nt, Nortolk. V?,
~*~ UAX LIN? TO ?ALTIMOaK
Via C. k ?. ?'?>. uud o?d i'Jiul
II. S. MAIL ROUT?. '
Leav? Rluhio^nd via C. ' ?.
dully except SflMay, ut ? P. M..
connecting -tt Ola Point wit?
?uj.im.-i-? of Old Bay Lin?, lv?r?
lug 7:1? P. U., arri Hu s Hui ti?
?. ?:? A M., ciitunsctiug North, East aa4
Seat To* tlckevs and IntannatUn applv |j
A O. Rwy.. Richmond rrgasfi.? Couipaay,
V go. Itt east Male bum?.
ll7E.JHainSI..
PAYING A LITTLE MORE
FOR MATERIAL
than othors pay enables us to glv?
H, great deal more satisfaction to
tho customer than the anper-eoo
. uomlcal dealer feels that he con
"afford to give.
Buying your ICE CREAM,
CAKES, BREAD, &c, here Insures
your getting the BEST that It la
possible to molte, and at tho low?
est price pure goods can bo sold
tor.
TRY US AND BE CONVINCED.
IESTAS,
117 E. Main SS.
? "Phone 287.
^ _J
.RAILROADS.
World's Fair Scenic Rouie
to St. Louis, Mo.
?-19-??
LEAVE RICHMOND-BASTBOUND.
7:35 A. M.?Dally?Local to Newport Newa OH
Point -uni way stations.
9:00 A. M.-Dally Limtted-Arrlvea WlUUmq.
burg 9:50 A. M., Newport News 10:** A.
H., Old Point 11:00 A. M., Norfolk 11??
A. M., Porumouth 11:15 A. M.
4:00P. M.? Dally?Special?Arrives: WUlltun*
burg 4-6tt p, ftt., Newport Nuwa 5:30 P. M.,
Old.I-olm ?:0? ?*. M.| Norfolk 6:?5 P. M.?
Portsmouth 6:46 X'. M.
5:00 P. M,-Da|ly?Looal to Old Point and Nor.
folk; on Sundays leave Klcltmund IP, V|
MAIN LINE?WESTUOUND.
8:60 A. M.?Locul?Dally to Clinrlottenvllle; exi
copt Snnclay to Clifton Forge.
2:00 P. At,?Dally?Soooial-To Cincinnati?
Loulsvlllo, St. Loula and Chicago.
B:1B P. M.?Week days?Lock to Orange.
19:46 P. M.?Dally?Limited?To ClnotnnatL .?
Louisville, St. Lutila and Chicago.
JAMES RIVER LINE.
10:20 A. M.-Dully?Exproaa?To I^yuuhburg.
Lexington. Va?, New Castle, ditto??
l'Orne and principal utatlone; except Sun?
day to Ro/iney and Alberene.
6:15 P. M.?Week days?Looal?To Esmont.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND FROM
Norfolk and old Point 8:48 A. M. dally, R:?3
A. M. dally, 7:00 p. M. and 10:Z& P. M. dully.
From Cincinnati and W.-Ht 7?? A. M. doily
and 3-.SQ p. m. dully. Main Line Local am
P. M., except Sunday, from Clifton Forgo and
dally from Charlottc-svlllo. Orange Accora. 8:30
?. M. Ex. Sun.
James River Line Local from Clifton Forge.
0:35 P. M. daily. Esmont Accom. S:'u A. 4L
Ex. Sun.
II. W, FULLER, - W. O. WART?IEW,
Oen'l. Pila?. Agt. Dlut. Pas?. Act.
C. E. DOYLE. Gen'l, Manager,
-?- ' ?, ..|
RE OiD . Richmond, Frederick?.
? G ? Otti hura ?. Potoma?, R. I-fa
Traine Leuvt ?????????a??Norutwir* \
*.:15 A. M.. duliy. 'W?' ?"??* '?.'tm-ugu.
? ? a. li . daily. W??" Ut- Tiux-ugh,
T-18 A.' M., week days, lilDu. AtmittAd ?*,?,
^?STW dally. Byri St. Through. Loo*?
"'li":? noon, week days, llyrd St. Thwart.
4:00 P. M., weok days. Xiyrd SL Frederlck-H
burl? uccoiumodatlou?. _ , ?. ' , .
V.? P. M.. dully. Main St? Ttufeugb.
?-au ?? M-, week days. Blba, Asuioatt ac*
?*.'.? pUM.%a.ly. Byrd St. Through. , g
Train? Arrive Richmond?uouthward.
6:40 A. M., week duy?. "-.Iba, Ae?iuud a-**
'???*^ week day?. Byrd Bu F?UrUka,
bur? accommodation. , r,L? ,?. -???- - ?
$:I6 A, M., dully, uyrd St., Tliroueh. -??
iuiu A- M? week day?. UyrU S*-. Through,
Locai atODi.
i-M p. la., dully. Main St. Thrt-ueb.
?:00 P. M-. week duy a- Db?. Asti land acculo?
??6a?.??.. dully, Byrd si, Tbrouubv.
1.(0 p. M . dally, i*yiu St. Tbrvut-ti, Looal
?"ltf-ai P. M., dully- Main St. Through.
NOTE?Pullman Sleeping or Purlor Car? um
all traina except train arriving Richmond 11:51
A M week duy?, and local accommodation?.
Tim? ot arrivala and departure* and coae*e->
Th.Vv$n''vf>CVUK, XV, P. TA?LOR,
aen't Man'r?. Ain't. Oen'l MWi'r.. , Traf, Mm.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY^
ttUllUDUl.l-i IW it?? WOT .u? ? iii'l'H, UM.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A. M.?Dully. Locul for Cliurwtte, N. C.
U:3o P. M -l'aio. Liiiiltud. Unirei Pulimaa
lo Attui-iu. and Uli'iuingluiiu, .Sew Urleoiii-,
??'??????.-, Cliuliutiuu?-u. and ull lini South.
i-M p. M.-lix. Sunday. KeyavUlo Local.
11:00 p. M-Duiiy. Linuiud. l-'uiiinaii re*'!**
0 10 P. M. lor ull tin: Smith
?ORK RXVElt LINE.
Th-> favorita i-jiit-i tu Rallliiiure and Eu-Mer?
point?. Leuve Ulobmond *;?*. i'? M.?Dully,
??xiuut Sunday.
?:16 P. M.?Local. Dally, except Suada*?.
i-.M p. M.--Except Sunday. For W**t Polnu
?nnectlng with -?leumerti for Hulilmoie ant
river luiid-rib-ii? Si*uim.-ra iuulng fruiu \Ve?t,
Point Mund.iy. Wednesday und tfrid***/ califat
Yorktown und Clay l-'.unk; Tueeduy, Tliuredav
?nd Saturday, Allmond? und Olouceitor Polnl,
':ia A. M.-Except Sui.d.ay. Lccal. mixed fo?,
Weil PTRAtNS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
6:&8 A. M. und 8:?J ?? M.?From ull th* South,
USD P M--Prom Charlotte ?nd purh-t-m.
tl-u A M?Prom Cha?e City.
9-'5 A- M--lUlilmore and \Ve#t /point.
10:*5 A. M.. 5:10 P. M.-From Wut Polnl.
C. W. WESTBL'RV. D. P. A?, Rli-.bmaad, Va.
?." H. A?KERT, aen't. M?V, "
*?Va?litD?-ton, ?). ?.

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