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HERCULES PLASTER BOARD
BALDWIN S BROWN,
(Incorporated)
No. 1557 East Main Street,
Richmond, Va.
Dealers ln Hardware, Builders' Supplies, Lime, Cement,
Terra Cotta Pipe, etc.
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FOR A GOOD ROOF U5E
.Ti
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Virginia Equipment and Supply Co.
(Incorporated),
Engineers?Contractors
STRUCTURAL STEEL AND REINFORCED CONCRETE.
Offices, 305*06 Bank of Richmond Bldg.
Phone Madlson 1110.
ASSOCIATE
ATLANTIC
WITH
DURING THE YEAR 1910.
Atlantic Varnish Works, Inc.
RICHMOND.
Phones, 843;
ffighfc-842
MimiiiiiiiiiiimBmii
STORAGE OF
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
STORAGE DEPARTMENT OF
NEW BUILDING,
MAIN & BELVIDERE STREETS?
If Not, Do Not Store
Your Good- Until You Have.
Have Our
Own Wagons
for Hauling
Prices on Complete Hot
Water Heating Plant
S-Roora House..... $2to
8-Room House.$230
. 10-Room House.$260
12-Rcom House. $340
I4-Room House.$388
iG-Room House.$440
18-Room House. $481) !
iu-Koom House.$620 j
The above prices includcs: CONTINENTAL
HOT WATER HEATER; Complete Outfit?
Radiitors, Piping, Valves, Expanaioti Tank. Smoke
Pipe, Cfiling Plates, GaskeU, Elbows, Nipples,
Plugs, I-'irc Ccment, etc, neccssary to install a
complete Heating l'lant. Tliia price does not
liiclude labor necejsary to tlie installation. At
these prices tlie goods can be bought lrom any
itputable fittcr.
l-'or t'urther particulars. address
Continentat Heater and Radiator Co., Inc.
Room 409, Mutual Iiulldlnfi.
R1CHMOND . . VIRGINIA
Paving and All Kinds of
Dressed and Rough Granite.
Adrtrc*B V. O. Bbx RTS. ltleh
muud, Vn. Ptunrrlrx ut liruullo,
Vn., ou Siiinli, rii nnlhvuy.
METAL CEILINGS
OEO, 1... SUTER 8c CO.
140U W. l.c-itli St. Riehmond, Va.
Madiion UJ7
A. B-. Harvard College.
C, B, Lawteace Sdentlfic School Harvard
Universlty.
C. P. E. Burgwyn,
Civil and Hydraulic Engiaeer,
917 Bank Street, Richmond, Va.
rhone 5640
Wharves and terminals constructcd: rlvers
and harbors Improved; railroads bullt; re
porta on properties: water powers devclopedj
water works crected; tewer synlems desifiiied;
clear water filtiution ;
fawnapJOBBgnm?taaq nrrn. ii.q-L'umijMimi.iiiMT l
Less Fuel and More Heat
WITil
Chamherlin
MeialWeatherStrips
t.15- \ MlltUUl l)llllUln;>.
jctrical Contrador
617 E. Main St. Madison 338
Electrical Wiring, Electrical
Repairing, Combination and
Electric Fixtures.
Safi'afaction Guarantr.ed
Your Patranaue Solicitde
?&Miiiv& ?>})poctunttieji.
PATENT si;|^|'n
l'litenUbillty. Guide llouk, New I.Iiil liivcii
ilom. Wuuied uud Prites ofli-ied for Itivuiitlotti
lYlC10n.EYANS&CVVAS\i:N^'ON
"nr
'VSG.
Let it Snow or Rain
This Roofing Tin Protects.
Thc heavieat snowa cannot mash in, thc hardest
freezcs crack nor thc biggcst rain pcnctratc a roof
made of
Madison, Clipper, Jefferson, Archer,
or Monroe Roofing Tins.
These branrls of Tin have tlic body and the finish
that last, and wc sell the Tin in convcnirnt rolls ready
for putting on or in boxes to su.it you. Spwify it for
your building, and see that your dealcr supplies you.
Also, we carry Corrugated and V-Crimp Roofing and
Plumbers' Supplies.
McGRAW-YARBROUGH CO.,
9-11 South Elghth Street,
Riehmond, Va.
)pen Plumbing, But?j
'ight joints. Our modern method
f sanitary plumbing is seemly, I
lean, and the piping is easily got-!
2n at when there's the slightestj
ifficulty, which seldom occurs, for i
he plumbing is "open" while the |
aints are tight. If you have a]
hought of plumbing, think of us. j
fehoney & Weisiger,
No. 523 E. Main Street.
Telephone Madison 800.
/\
Estimates
Fwnished
A
. 15 N. 12th St.
RICHMOND, VA.
If Yov Want the
Best Plumbing
and Heating
Fixtures,
Order Them from
G. & A. Bargamin
Company.
ROEHLING & ROBERTSON
Richmond
Testing Laboratory
Chemlsts, Chemlcnl Engincers and
Kconomlc Gcologlsts.
Clicmical nnd Ifacterinlogical Uxaiiiinntlona of
'aters, Analyses of l-'ooda, Pertlllzers, Orcs, Etc.
Slandord Ccuient Testing, Kxuinitiatlons and
cporj^k on Mineral Properties.
No. 2 N. Ninth Street,
Richmond, Va.
BEST BUILDING LIME.
PlaUes parfectly?liolfle Ita qwii?will not I
>lp_ou wu.ll*,
GOOD RESOLUTIONS
FOR THE NEW YEAR
Should embrace those that bring
health and comfort to the home.
There is'nothing that will accom
plish this most desired result like
an up-to-date bathroom equipped
with all the latest improved fur
nishings and appliances and fitted
up by
JOHN E. ROSE & CO.
No. 12 N. Eighth St.
Phones: Madison 1816 and 2480
CHARLES B. WILSON,
...Architect...
Plans, specifications and superln
tendence for all classes of building.
309 American Nat'I Bank.
Telephone, Madison 6252.
Southern Pipe
Covering Company,
(Incorporated)
Asbestos - Magnesia Pipe
Covering, Fire and Acid Re
sisting Cements, Packing and
Roofing. Contract work our
specialty.
No. 22 Governor Street,
Riehmond, Va.
rinting
-.Our prices are conslstent
with the grade of work we
produce, from the highest
class of booklets to the sim
l'lc job, to nll of which we
givc our best efforts.
Whittet C&, Shepperson
11-15 N. Eiehth St., Riehmond, Va. j
LI
s High
Speed Engines
aro noted ror tlieir economy and closo
rcguliition. rjuii or wrlte for cntnloKue
ot cmniiMe informatlon on finjrines,
Bollors ami other machlnery.
Smith-Courtney Co.,
-Mnlli nud Ciirj- MrcDtK.
SEMI-PASTE PAINT.
READY-Mixed Paint.
Mn L. Branch & Co.,
"I'uints That St'ay Palnted."
1319 K. Main St.,
Riehmond.Virfiiniu.
Phono Madlson 164.
. ^u_iues_ ?ypavtwitic$.
Iiiventors wltu (oeJTV^^nninttte wlth un,
\V? ?...,r? ??,i p^otVn"ffil||. *?? UooU"
1'ATKNT DliVElOI'MKlMT COHVOBATHW,
EKSI
0 TO OIXIE
Unprccedentcd Internal Improve?
ments Attract General At
tention.
^PPeolal to Tho Tlmes-DlBpatoJiJ.
washington, D. C, January A.?
The South lo cofnlng into Its own, No
section. of thla great country ln got
tlng' moro. fovorablo advertlslng.
Evcrybody has a goorl word for lt Tho
uiipxecedonted lntornal Improvomonta
wlthln Ihc last decade and n half havo
attrncted tho attcntlon of tho entlro
country.
Reoontly Socrotary Wllson, of tho
United States Department of Agrlcul
turo, matlo a ilylng vlslt to North Car?
ollna, tho occaston .betng the annual
meetlrig of tho Natlonal Farmers' A?
soclatlon, nnd was no lmpressed wlth
what he saw that ho has never lost
an opportunlty to apeak of lt.
"Why," he Bald to tno yeaterdny
morning when I callcd nt hls ofllc*,
"the boys of the South havo ptflled
thelr coats off and are at worlt. They
are farmlng, manufncturlrig and tratl
lng. You havo great cottou mllls and
still greater tobneco factorles. Whlto
and colored peoplo are at work, earn
lng good wagee, bulldlng homes and
bank accounts and developlng tho
country."
Tryln* to Help AInnic Good Work.
ln evory way posslble, snid Mr. Wll?
son, hls department was going to help
the South. Thls does not mean that ho
ls gfclng to slngle lt out for that pur
pose, but, as a part of tho Urllon, lt
ls to have Its share of attentlon. Ho
upoko of tho progress of the boll weo
vll and tho necesslty for dlverslfled
farmlng. so when tho llttle lnseet
inakes cotton growlng uhprofltftblo tho
lands can be turned to somcthlng elso.
Tho corn erop for 1?09, he rttclarcd,
wan greater than for any other year,
Moro liogfl and more cattle should be
raised. Dr. Scamnn A. Knapp ls or
ganlsslng the govornincnt forces ln
Dtxle wlth a vlcw to Improvlng tho
methoda of produclng corn, beof and
hog meat. IHs cftorts so fur havo been
very successful.
Prizes for tho most corn per .acro
have beon awarded. All sortn of ln
structlve bullotlna aro belng scnt out.
Expcrts ln varlous llncs of agrlculturo
are working ln connectlon wlth tho
States.
"We want to make tho day's worn
worth more to the farmer. sald Mr.
Wllson. "and wc would make an acro
vleld more. Theso aro tho princtpal
thlngs. To this end we must all work.
Dr Knapp has uent out more than
100,000 eoples of a pupcr Issued last
Septombcr on "Hog Kalslng ln tha
South." In thls circular or bullctin
he says: "Hog ralslng la one of ihe
most profltahle llnoa of animal hus
bandry ln the, South, lt wUely nian
iteed, and one of the most unprofitalilo
tt conducted ln the ordlnary way?
that ls.- K tho hogs aro raised withoul
care and fed without knowledgo or
Judgment.' ?.,.?.
Havlng described the two rnefhodo
of rulslng hoga ln common useuna
ronhtng them as ''equally object on
able." he rnakes thi followlng state?
ment: J_'_ fmM
"The cost of ralslng hogs. when foo
on corn alone. is generally csumattd
at 5 cents a pound, live weight, v.hen
corn ls worth 50 cents a bushel, anllT
cents a pound when corn ls worthi 70
cents; that Is, a bush.-l of corn will
usual lv make ten pounds of gni tl. lyo
welorht when carefully fed to thrifiy
hoKs Cut corn ls not usually fed wlth
care and when raised on corn alone
hoss a'^ aeldom very thrlfty; eonse
quently the cost will average much
greater than thls."
The Best Way ln the Souln.
"The best way to make hog-ralslua,
profltable ln the South ls to^srag
the hogs upon pastures prepurqd 08
rjeclnlly for them." contlnues Dr.
Knapp. "supplernentlnp tho gucn tond
by the addltlon of a small gralp ra
tlon. Upon thls plan hogs can bo
raised at an average cost of 1 l-i o
3 cents a pound, dependlng malniy
upon the management of the sowsfivi
plga and upon an econornic plan of lat
teA.nvaluable bullctin on "Hog Chol
era" by Dr. M. Dorsett, has been pub
llshed, and, wlth tho one on hog rals- I
Ing bv Dr. Knapp, can be had for the
asktng. A number of Somheru* Con
gressmen are malllng these to Uie-lr
constltuents. Representatlvo Johnston.
of South Carollna, sent out several
thousand last week.
The East is looklng to the South
for food produCts. Secretary Wllson
has men at work now securlng data on
tho priees recelved by tho oroducer
for the most common food producta.
Ile will ascertaln. If posslble.. who Is
gettlng tho henetlt of tho high prlcea
prevatling throughout the country.
Pj-ofessor Mltton, chlef of the liurcau
of .Solls, ln glvlng hls explanatton of
the lncrease In the cost of livlng. said:
"We, as a nation, are very rich; wuges
aro hlgh and wo can ufford v'arlety.
and wo nll enjoy far greater varleiy
than we did flfty years ngo. The rnar
keta ln our cltles, largo and small,
already have sprlng and suminer veg
etdbles, frults and ineuts at nrlces
wlthln the roach of the masses ot tho
pebple."
To hls Intorvlow ho added: "There
never have been greater opportunitles
offered for American farmlng. In the
East and South cspeclally are cheup
productlvo solla awaltlng rosettlcment
and reoccupatlon, wlth evor-lncreaslns
varlety of producta. We should apply
ourselves ln carnest and wlth detor
mlnatlon to got the best. out of them
by exerclslng Intelllgont control of
theso lnvaluablc assets. We should.
furtlfermore, do thls by forco of ln
lellect or foreslght, rather than by
forne of necesslty, as has been the
case in European countries."
The predlction that the South v>?n
becomo tho great truck gnrden for tho
blg cltles of tho North and East .ls
often mado here.
Everybody is looklng to Dlxie.
H. E. C E.
F0UNDERS and
Owners of the Patterns of Talbott
& Sons. Prompt and careful attention
given to all ordni and repair work.
Merohatite'
Natlonal Bank
YVXRICHMOND, VA.
ffeteamboata.
Uerchants and Miners TrausporlationCo.
Norfolk to Uoitou, Mass., und -
I'rovidonce, R, \.
Steameia leavu Norl'till: for Boston Snn? ,Tua
iiul Kri.; for I'rovidence Mon,, Tliur. and S,\t. nt.
. P, M. I'auaenfteri uiul Irelglit Utkull fpr ull
xlcw EiiKlaild iiuinlH. Tlclccts ou u-.il? ut oliice
3, Sj O. Ry? N. & W. Kv? S. 11. Bowman, 703
iast Malu, aud iUda. Trau* Co.. 809 1?. Main.
$otel*.
$otete.
THE COMMONWEALTH
Altavista, Virginia.
New $30,000 Hotel in new million-dollar town. Hot
and cold water. Steam heat. Electric Iighted. Telephoncs
tn every room. Thirty guest rooms. Lawn of two acres
and more. Mountain air. Lovely valleys. Best of water.
Place of rest.
8>ummtt JUsfortef.
feummer BegorW.
25=5
CEDAR CREEK GLEN, ISABELLA STAIRWAY-CAV
ERNS?NATURE'S WONDERS. Best of hotel scrvice to
accommodate visitors?fall, winter, spring and summcr.
Best time to see Natural Bridge and the wonders surround
ing is in the autumn seapon. Natural Bridge Hotel open all
the year round.
For information and C' culars, address
C. Hi PAXTON, Manager.
^aUtoans.
RiGbmo-i, Fre-erM'g & Potomac R, R.
TO AND FROM YSASHING TON AND BEYOND.
I.oiivo Riehmond Arrlve Itlchmond
?1.30 A.M. Maln St.Su.
M.50A.JI. Byrd St.Su.
?5.XDA.H. HvrdSl.Sta.
?7,10A.M. Mnlnfcl.Sui.
' 7.15 A.M. Byi-d SuSta.
r7.:;i) l.M.Mula St. Hla.
n.lOA.M. Bjri M. St*.
12.01 noon Hjri St. s:?.
11.00 P.M. I'.yrJ St. Sta.
54.15 P.JI.KIba Ktatlon.
'5.15 P.M _3ln St. Sta.
"?>.20P.31. EJyrdSt. Sta.
?7~0A.M. nrrdSt.SU.
IU:.A.!1. Bjrd sr.sia.
M.EOP.H.MaliiKi.KU.
?i.SOP.M. Byrd Sl.Sta.
?7.15 l>.'-,. l!,MM.M,i.
'7.35P.M J1alnSt.HU.
?9.10 P.B. Bj-rdSl.Sta.
.IO.<)!ir.3I.Malnht.Hu.
tlO.SSI'.M.BjrdSt.Sla.
MI.35P.M. Maln St. Sta.
>l.lUnlgbiBjrdSt.HU.
ACCOMMOCAIION TRAINS-WF.EKDAYS.
,f ?T? Ilrrd Kt. Sta. 1.30 P. M. tor 1 rirtcrlrknhnrc.
,i-?t.- Kllia 8t?. 7.50 A. M..0.30 P. 31. for Athlind.
Lrrlve Byrd Sl.Su.S.25 A.M.from Hrederlrksb'ir.
.rrlr* l:lba Sta. G.10 A.3I..5.30 P.JI.from Aahland.
?Dcily. fWeeidayBf jjSundays only. * Dnily
xcept Monday. All'traini to or from Byrd
Street gtation (except trilns leaving- 4.50 a. m
ind nrriving 1 1 > nighl) atop at Elba. Timeof
irrivals and departurra not rjuaranteed. Reid
he aif-ns.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
A. \ U
P. / pc
Daily?Faat tratns to Old I'olnt, New
and Norfolk.
Daily Local to Newpcrt Newi.
5:00 I'. -Daily. Local to Old Point.
2.-00 P.lDany?Lcuioville and Cindinwti. Pul
11:00 P, / guiH
6:45 P.?Daily "St LouU-Chicago Special "
'ulltnaiu
8:30 A.?Daily?Charlotteavtlle. Week daya?
Cli'lon Forge.
5:15 P.-Weck daya. Local to Gordoruvllle.
000 A.?Daily L'burg. Ux. C. Forge.
5:15 I\?Wrek dayu. To Lvnchburg.
TR.MNS AKRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from lia<t?8:25 A. ,M.. 7-50 P. M.
Through from Eaat?11:40 A M.. 6:35 P. M.
Local from Wcit-'3:30 A M.. 9:50 A. M., 7:50
' M.
Through?7:30 A M-. 2:45 P. M.
James Kiver Line? ?? J5 A M. d.-OO P. M
??Da|'v except Siindav.
Atlantic Coast Line
EFFECTIVK JANUARY 3, 1910.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florlda and South: 1:20 A. MV, 8:15 A. M.,
:25 P. M. and "10:35 P. M.
For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M., 3.-00 P. M.
For N. & W Ry. We?t 9.-00 A. M.. 12:10 and
':00 P. M.
For Petenburg: 1:20 A. M., 8:15 A. M.,' 9:00
V. M.. 12:10 P. M . 3:00 P. M? M?30 P. M., 6:00
?. M., 7:25 P. M , 9.-00 P. M.. and llt30 P. M.
For Goldaboro and Fayctteville: *3:30 P. M.
Tralns arrlve Riehmond daily: 4:40 A M., 5:10
\. M.. 6:50 A. M., a7:05 A. M.. *8i35,11:40 A. M.
?*10:45 A. M.. 'ItfO P. M.. 2*5 P. M., 6:50 P. M..
1*0 P. M and 11:00 P. M.
?Except Sunday. "Sunday only. a Except
vlpnday.
Time of arrlvai and departure and connectlona
mt guaranteed.
C. S. CAMP BELL. D. P. A.
lichmond and Petersburg Electric Railway
Cara lcave Mancheater. Seventh and Perry
treeU, for Pctcreburg:
?6. 7, 8. *9, 10. 11, *12 P. M., 1. 2. M. 4. 5.
?5:45, *6. 7, 8, "9, 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Cliester, 12:00 midnlghtjior
?etcraburg.
Cam leavc Peteraburg. foot Sycamors Streec.
3r Mancheater: .
5:15, 6:35. ??*:1S. *7:3S. 8:35, 9:35,--*10:35,
1:35 A. M., 12:35, *1:35, 2:35. 3:35, MMS, 5;35
:35. ?7 35. 8:35, 9:35, ?10:40, 11:40 P M.
? Carrics baggage and express.
??Limiled, except Sundays and holidays.
All cara from Petcrajgirg. conucct with carj foi
Uclimond.
jjfetcamfooatB'.
5i_Ds_5oS_iNi6_^^
FOR NORFOLK ANO NEW YORK.
SteaiiKr* Hrandqu and Berkley. Daily.
xiave Kichmond Ifoot of Aah St.) ...7:00 P. M.
.cave Ncwuort New9 .5KX) A. M.
.rrive Norfolk .6:00 A. M.
Connectiug wlth maln lin? eteamera leavlnj
lorfolk lor New York-daily except Sunday 7:tW
'. M
Fare: Between Riehmond nnd Norfolk. $2. ln
ludiiig atatcroom herth; mcals, 50 centa.
Trsiiun vla Norfolk nnd Wostern Ry. at 3 P. M.
nd Cliesapsike and Ohlo ,Ry. at 4 P M. alaa
onliect with Ni:w York Hteameri
Niglit llno steamerH Brandon and Berkeley.
top at Claremont wharf to land paBsengera anl
n blgnal to receivc them.
VIR01WIA. NAVIGATION COMPANY. ?
amea Rivcr by dayllght for Norfolk, Old Poltit,
lewport Newa and all James River landliin*.
teumer MobjacU leavea Old Dominioii whiri
londay, Wciinesday and Frlday at 7:00 A. M.
'nre to Norfolk, 81,25; accond claaa, S1.00; meal*.
0 ceuto. Frelght received for all l.mdiii;a ou
umea Rlver.
Ticketa on nale O. D. S. S. Co.'a offlce. 821 E ?
luhi St., or 8U9 E. Maln St.. The Jcfferson and
lurphv'a lluu-i
Jaitimore Steam Packet Co.
Eijulpped wlth wlreleB3 telegraphy,
O BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Lcave Riehmond Daily except Sunday vl?.
N. &: \V. Ry. 3:00 V. M., Norfolk 6:30 P. M.
0, _ 0. Ry. 4:00 P.M., Old I'o'iul 7:J0 P, M.
O. D. S. S. Co. 7:0Q 1\ M, (one day iu Norfolk)
Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A..M. (.Monday, \W4r?wday
nd Frlday); "'? ._?
Tlckctuui all officea, For atatcrdoms apply to
:I M. liOYKJN; Ageut 830 Eaat Mtlu Streat
Southern Railway.
TRAINS I.EAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?lollowing tchedule figutes published .n
informatlon and nol guaranteed:
6:20 A. M.?Daily.?Local for Charlotte.
10:45 A. M.?Daily? Limited?For all polnts
South. Pullman and Day Coaches.
6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday?Keysville Local
11:45 P. M.?Daily?Limited, for alfc points
South Pullman rcady ?J0 P M.
VORi: RIVER LINE.
*-V> P. M._Ex. Sun.?To West Pu connecting
for Baltlmore Mon.. Wed. and Frt
4--30 A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:13 P. M ?Mon..
Wed. aud Fri.?Local lo Wesr Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 7:00 A. M.. O-.SI P. M., daily
8:40 A. M.. Ex. Sun.. 4:10 R M. Daily ILocall.
From West Point, 9:30 A. M.. daily; 10:45 A. IX.
Wed. and Fri.; 5:45 I'. M., Ex. Sun.
S. E. BURGESS. D. P A,
_920 E. Main St. Phone Uadi?on 455
Norfolk & Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Etfeef January 3 1910.
Leave Byrd Street StaUon. Rirhmond. DAILY'
FOR NORFOLK: 9.-0J A. M., 3:00 P. M. FOR
LYNCHBURG AND THE WES1: 9:00 A. M
12:10 I* M.. 9:00 P. M. Arrive Riclimo:id: From
Noriolk?11:4Q A. M.. 6:50 P, M, 11:00 P. \i
From the West?6:50 A. M.. 2:05 P. M. 0:50 P. M.
Pullman, Farlor and Slecping Car*, Cafe Dina ?
Cars U. !!. BOSLEY, '
W. B. BEVILL D. P. A.. RichmoaJ. Va.
G. P. A.. Roanoke Va.,
SEABOARD A1K LINE.
Southbomid trains stheduled to Icavc Richmond
daily 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norlina. Ralcign
Charlotte. Wilmingfa. 1:18 P. M.?SIeepers an I
coachea, Atlanw. riirraingham. Savnnnah. Jack
tonville and r,orida poiiU*. 7:40 P. M.?To Flor?
ida pc^ni*- 10:12 P. M., 10:45 P. M.?Slecprn
aud coaches S^v?.inah. Jiicksonville, Atlanta. Bii
mingham and Alc/aphia. Northuound traim ?ciicd
uled to orii\c Richmond dailv: 4:20 A. M. 7:0'J
A. M. 7:25 A. M.; 5:05 P. M..'S:40 P. M
RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE UAY K.ML
WAY COMPANY.
Schedule, of^ elcctric trains to nnd from
Aahlind, atopping at iuterniediate stations upu:i
elgnal. Lv. Richmond (Broad and Laurel Sta.);
?6:054, *7:10. 8:104. 9:10. ??10:10, 11:10 A. M..
1:10. 2:10. 3:104, 4:10, S:10, 6:20, 7:10>, 8:IU.
10:10. 11:45 1'. M. Lv. Ashland: ?5:SS, ?74. 8,
96. 10, "ll A. M? '12 M? ??!. 2. 3. 44. S, 0. 7
&?>, 9, 11 P. K
' Daliy except Sunday. ?? Sunday only
6 Cani'-.j baggage
? .- ' I . I! I
W&fytit to e3>tap tn VivqiniiL
The most magnificent Hotel in
the South. European plan.
liooms single and en suite, with
and without baths. 51.50 per
day and upwards. Spacious sam?
ple rooms, Booklet on applica
tion.
Table d'Hotc Dinners Saturday
and Sunday evenings 6 to 9 o'clock,
$1.50 each._
MURPHY'S HOTEL
[Incorporated
EUROPEAN PLAN,
RICHMOND, . - - - VIRGIN1A
JOHN MURPHV, Managcr.
A Btrictly niodern hoasc, frontlng on three
-trccts, I" tbe lieurt uf beautiful Richmond,
Rooms fronting every woy.
The most centralty located hotel ln Richmond
jeing dtuated nt the corner of Twelfth nnd Mahj
Street?. All cara pana the l.cxliigton. Every
nodern convenienco.
FELIX KEEGAN and
J. U, DONAHUE,
? ?? ._-., Proprletoti.
THE DAV1S HOTEL
IUCUMONI), VA?
OimiohIIo Mnlu Street Stutlou,
tiliropeau or Ainerluiiu.
Convefllenily altuutod to shopplng
NstrUt. Everythlng now und up-to
late, All onrs pass tho aoor. canac
,ty, 7B rooms, Hoataurant unexcoUed.
J. I/iBE DAVIS,
Owner and Proprletor,

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