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Don't let "the other fellow" get all the "good things;" but you must ACT NOW if
you want the pick of the lot. WOODLAND HEIGHTS is a high class, restricted,
residential suburb, combining the advantages of the country with the conveniences of
the city.
Let us show you this great property. It is worth your most serious consideration
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afJWr,'/.,HW;'
Interesting History Connected
With Books?New Place for
Chester Goolrick.
|ppo-i?l lb The Ti:^-s-D spntch. ]
FrederickslMirsr. A'a., March .'!. ? Iii ten ring i
rtv.'-n u'p old trtiildtits ttt ih<i corner.ftt
rrlnt'i?s? Arinc anil Commerce Street*, hi ?J.f*'
cit>. in ordoi tu erect a hew hiilMIng tii.tfe,
(iccupied by the i-'ariiUu-ij' anil Merchants'!
State Hank. vera! bid (Spanish testariiciu? ,
weit: found between 111 '.* vails. Tit ere if
tjuito an iriterostlni; iiistbrs connected will;
them. Tntl iiiiildlnt; wn? formerly owtied bj
Titoinii? F. Kno.v. o! tills ilt.v. Trie Hibl<
Society ef N>Av York furnished tin boblVi,
' printed in Spanish. William A. Kuox, ail
nr. i< o'.' Thfiin.ia V. Kno\. >?<?>*.h of this < ity,
uivriod :iti ci-t.it> of tw'j}.ntXrflv> miles si.in;ifo
lirai An po*t nr.. lit Xoutli Aiii-i'\i. t It ^
Orinoco Silver. i?l\>-it liliti hj Bolivia. It v.aii
rmulnt-t ilie law ai tliiit inn. ..1 ili.it routitrj
in tiispo^c of Uil.l"!-. Thomas 1'. K'l-.x lot
\rl;r.? niaili' trips; e lit'li :>:-.i ;1!' ."llpi.'t-i-.ai go ill
?v ?'&??> Is s?*nt out from here l.y his nm-les.
Uiiliam A. I.'"'... juid Fin>il iJOrdoil and he
cAtriled a iVntii|?i;f these Itfbh etii:h trip
rind scot ctl> Uisti'ibiited tlt-'in iiiiitnt^ ih?
natives In South Am? n.a.
I'ommisrlonor of Iteycnue A. It. Sewering
h.a.- Hp'poinled as deputy commissioner
fMiCster H. Coohii-h. to :ts.-=!st liini in usscaa
l:n,- persontil property t.>- this yj-hr,
M. f, Ooldrove, a bak-r. who phiw1 her ft
a heilt ten days' ?ige an?I soyurcd n unod
Voxttldti, has disappeari-rj iityi'tejrintisly'. An
oi'tlcot 11... i--. > M:ii!>is.-a>- Sviis here Saturday;
? ?!.;?? lioidilivi: \\ lib ?s.'i ij Wiii-tlilcss
? h-.U, oil', jfoldrbve jiiti'l tin- nl'Oi-;. it?il
ijiiji else v. as dropped. i-Unci then other
V...o !>.." \ aw. aV.isVai ami Oolilroye has jrbhb;
Ifjuii?fi bills unpini! ,an.l ?! r -.-?i11 tibi I lie
) ? .-. riinubci of ot hc-i- etintites n gainst hi in.
J.Iis ivib has alto diliappbiired.
Ksraghof Externals
Is the one Standard prep?
aration universally and
enthusiastically endorsed
by Doctor, Druggist, Lay?
man, pj 6?WANS Cures
Pneumonia. Croup, Golds;
Coughs, Pleurisy and all
ailments caused from In
{hiinmation or Congestion.
Oowans Prepura.ii6a hits out of
t hc !a rfreki ?tid mo<-1 S?t is fildory
eufcs-of any preprirtition carried
in our stock. Wo co?bidvr it a
wocd'-rftil Fuccep.3. '
1HL Ml RHA Y DRUG CO., '
Whples&fo Druqx'istB
Columbians. 6'.,.uiy 11, 1U10
\ BUY TO-DAYI HAVE IT IH THE HOME
I Ali Drucftinls ?!. SO;. 25e,
{ GC'.VAN MEDICAL CO.. OURilftM. H. C.
GciriflUid tit psiiii uluniis tr ytot C-sggltt
3 mil
r*?vttrs an-i rhariy nth- d:M-av>? h?T?
'* feir i.-.cep'.ion as ref.ulf of the in$taua>
(ion of tinf.cier.tiric and unsanitary [dumb,
i; g fixtures, r uil protct 'ion ib to be bad
it the fixtures come from
lilcGraw-Yarbrougb. Co*
Ph?Rbevs, Supplies
$22 S. Eighth St., - Richmond, YaV(
Out-erf-town ocmrt) shipptd quicidy.
"ASK MR. BOWMAN"
VIRGINIA TAXI SERVICE CO.
Sutherland & Cherry
Fdpeolal?rjlOR ar.d endn in Furniture,
? Iron Beflr, M&ttlhgs ?tovcH. etc. Ohgitp
tloso tneir. out.
Congress Will See That Govern?
ment Work Is Done
Properly.
-' -in order
??.?.- ( mat iiijjjj the
?in Uuvftrftnte'rit
[.Special t<i Th.;- Tinii
Washington. .Mari.-h
that th'- work "i h
operations "i" tin- Uit't'c
depart iti'-nts anil l?Lit^ettti? iVihy of
?? uv.-ly aiuI s|.< . .lily netMUnpllshed; I
I'm.- new Ways .iii.l Moans t'lminiitt.eo]
bf il?- H...-. v ill. in addition to the |
ioguliir standing committees, nanir- nn- ,
othor to I" bompLjsoil ut' ;it 1 encit ilt'tyeri
nkeinbcfti; t<i I.- eliosen froin nnibnj.'j
both part ie>, this edtniUittee to Mipur-']
.-?I. all <>i tiius - no\v existing wiioRt
j fum'tioiiK ai?- inbreily df an investlgiit
! ila i-liara- tci-. W.liiio the Wa.> . itrid
I .Mcaiis Oominiilee \-. ill pot a-, what it
I propO.SOt- !<? do towards I! i n i ? id i 11 a t in l
I (lie work of in\ est ij:at inn. it i.s known
that a idrin, in tii,- main, like the obi;
I jhst inoiitliineii. i? tin <?!!?? that will
probabh la- adopted ami ahiiouneet)
when tin- regular standing eomtnli toe.'
arc mimed foil tin oxtrst stcsiiion;
At the present time; and for ninny
years"* ihor< liayo l.ti eonrmit tobs to
Investigate all bi the Hoy oral govern.
nietit depa rt iiierili?; biit if tiny .">f ibeni !
linyo t-scr h.-ld a meeting hi; otlieti
Wise performed any work of any l%i:i>: ?
that would tr'id l. j-hrpu light >>u tit.
eotrntry'a ilnaiiela! bundit/ibh n?> one i
ha- f \ er heard <>( it.
There i- a euiriniit 10' to Investigate |
expenditure- in tin: TrV-inpu'ry Hepari- i
mem. the War l?epi?rtiiib!ii. Hie Ntivi |
Department^ the i'...-t ? i uli.Depart i
inent. libe Ihteripi" Department, Depari
meriI ot JitHtieo. DepaiMtiicni tif Ajjilv
culture, and iv.tblle fibililing?. TIk- re- j
stilt of having ??hn;i:ro.ss oneuhi bored
with sn many InvestUiatbrs lias bocii I
to i-au-e a lark "i Mill., and. at the
same tu--, tu periiifi any member of j
th.- lidu.se who sdnoibl lioi-nnie dp' :
pleased with tin v..n|; uf any special .
dopartmoni t" hit rbdiico a resolution
Sometimes the Hille? Committee would
rojibri ihe.fe resolutions nut and again
it would not; Put i lie result has; beeii
that there ha.- boon mi wyll-ordered.
lliorotii;li and bvstehiatie manner o(
making hii In vei-Ji i'irat inn ol t be govern
ni'-nt depa 1 tinbiits.
'VUc Keep < iimnii-i'liin.
A law yeavfj mr'b turtut-r Pro^i'i0"'
r:of>-.Mfli apii<>ii,t?-.: the Kern C!o.ntibir
sion; vvhh-h Hpeiit i obttHiddrstiilo longlli
?.f tiiiie in endrtt'-'br id irbd some;
way "f ,v i ?!;:? ' bift the ?jwub'.-if imii- !
Vd by ft s svliesr. aaibos appeat-ed on the \
piiyrbl!^ "i !'>..? diiToro'.jt dol?nrttnouP< |
a-.' a ro.svil? of tib- < on-.i.list-ton's ?v.brk |
the.it \v:i.? , <-".t in the rolls for a j
phbiH' lime: but iiiost "f ibbso who
Idi-it their poeiiionH iininajriid throuiih i
)..di'.i'-at iniiu' tn'-i to i hark in Iheir j
old pi..- :-, i.e.. t,r i.mr.GNvbcre else in the .
government servieej I
Tlii- i "].-\.-la nd Ooinniisxlon is now I
.ti.s?. t.i-i-5 <>> ni'.r- .trii?-- sc mew ha t Silii- ?
Mtvr t,% ibof;e iianiCed bV t,bd Keep Coin- j
Th.- ironi'b: vvilli jbb lyoop Coin-;?
inj ? iiiii it w.-.. . ,'t'i v\ as that it only '
. ?,: ait. i tii. little ff-lidvys in tlio |
? r'i !??( tiie eil rks and iiilhnr em- I
.?'.)? > >. aiid thai (he big ni^n <vete nut !
itmciied Tla- same tliint;. 't is also
I'.ndibved I?) somb, initv rosiilt in the
u;t?rk "i tin i'Mbvi-dhnd f!bmmis.sion. i
Witl'. the boiiwblidation <>f all the;
firbi-ent ih'Vt^it'lgalitig ooininitti:-e|t of j
the House ml... one. < ??!??; o> r-d of the. t
lieHl mi i. if ibiit body irre.speeti'.e of j
any poi::(>n'tl li-'-liliKs that they niii.-iilj
itbjd in iei'ej t-in'ii (0 their dntiis. Il i
jiefbj-ved that Ihb eountry p.-nvralb |
I if'iiiot'jrni.s ami riomtbliehns alike-- ?
would P.- ubii pli-asi d. c.fV'eri.a.ilj sbotild i
it be found that riiiy of (hi- d.epjit-'
meiiiH are noi heing eondtteted a> they ,
I ould' Ti Is is tno plan, it is be- j
?d(
\ ITIli
V ;YXOI VI l! I>
Ministem fnr VlrKinia Tuiyiis Named lit i
v\ |lniiii;tt<iii < 'oiiferenor.
I - lit-, till 'o I a.- Thrifts-1 ?isiniti it. 1
\Vllmingtbii. l>ol.. Mar.-h .1. Tlif j
fortj'-ih.iril annual sosfilon of the Wi!
liitgtiih Motlibdist cpiseopul Confet !
: ? ttideii bist night. The ministerial
tpl?oi;it i'nenti? were aiiiioum e?i by
litis bop N- - ly. who presided. The P-r
ritory of ti.' eonferonec 'cnibrarei- the
rVeiinvnro. Maiyland and Vir
girtiii i .nil:.-nla .u.d a portion of ih>.
'.. . tern Slinri:i bI' \"l:ginln. The Vir
gjri(a . i'.ir:-'.. are in tVib Salisbury bis
i, ,' whiish ' :<..i s;.- iv ,loiu>s w.'i
? ?'!;.!???:.'!' -I disirbrt siipei lntendf-ni
J Ti.. V'tf'viiiila mt?;..?:1111>-vr ist.s are: Claro
i ivion1. .- ,r? i. 1 ?,, Cftbrgo V. Newton, t.'ape
I i'harlOH, Howard !>a\is. CbincotcaRite.
lib,. I' linynard: Oiiant ockt nupply. .).
j F<?gle ind i I*. Ayork; Phoobti?, mip
pl;,. f.. T M- :.; Tatigier Island, .1.
i' ill. .1 l?? \\ ri ck.
ISprrinl to The Tluir-!.-1 Mspateh.)
C.ifirkfiviilc, Vit M?ritb 21 Zeh .San.
ford, of VtrglUiiu, on- of the foreiben
oi ibe road foryo killed nerti' here
ii.-fbiv |.y .. pi (.mature explosion <?
dy.itninite '"nlj pbitionH <>f lua body
v.uf? /uitnd fcXUi .u., ' .-k^/^>on.
NEW. RICHMOND ROMAN'S COLLEGE
?-^^-tntMMMMfiittlliiJfl-JWy^^^
i lie
GLASS TO HOLD TIGHT
THAT WHICH HE HATH
I Has No Intention of Retiring* From Congres?
sional Field Unless lie Is Winner of
Senatorial Toga.
hi iho. Sixth Congiossion il district of Virginiu a triangular battle is prom?
ised for iin si .n in tin.- House: of Representatives now occupied by Carter Glass,
of Ly iiehhuvg. At til*- corners of the triangle will be State Senator Don P. Hal
aoy ; I ?'red Harper, sbn-ih-hHv of lite'la to Senator .lohn YV. Daniel, with Car
ior (?last-, incumbent a; the apex*. The candidacy of Mr. Class la predicated, oi
i purse, upon his fail pro i" secure the senatorial tr.sra which now drapes tlio
llgiire "f C\-Covernor Swkrisoh. Should he be successftil in the senatorial cam?
paign wbieh lie is now waging, he will be removed fr?m the cOngresHibnHl lield i
in tin- Sixth IMsiricti leaving its liunors to be fought tor by Senator Halsey j
and Mr. 11 trper and whoctei else may desire to einer the lists. That Mr. Class
ha.- n?i hi ten lion of burning bis bridges behind aim in his senatorial fight, but
will bold fast thai which he hath, is made v'ery apparent in the appended state
fnent. which be lias gi\<-n out at hynchbiirg. Neither does State Senator Hal?
se; [u' li,,- ib l?. toned fr?pi the race for congressional honors by the appear
iint-i of Mr. Hai pes it; the lists, and lie, too, hits given out a statement defining
his position. Tiie statoniehta fpilbw:
I. iuhbuig, March 21.---Congrc.ssinan
i.'artbr CS lass, who was in Washington
S tunlay when r*rcd Harper gave out
the announcement thai he would he a
i tfhi-ato for Congrcss eighteen months
i: :;..-. has returned to the city. ?'on
? rniiig .Mr. Harper's announcement,
Mr. "'.lass siiid:
?'The 'early bird" in politics seems
to he ihf fashion of the day Cm: dis
:: :u .i. lu d aspirant fpi senatorial
in-lidi i- said to have negotiated tor
Into Major Daniel's shoes six
i ? pith: before tlic In tier was taken ill.
ami to have prosecuted Iiis pursuit of
the ??? >?'?.. ??!> the ilfiy after Major
Daniel wa.- paralyzed. Now we are hav
announcements for the Sixty-third
Congress only iifteon days after Ibe
epiiimoneeineni of niy iyyp years' term
Iii im- Sixty-second Congress, ami lif
? a days before I shall lake the oath
? f stir vice for s.aid te'riiy.
"Perhaps Ibe fact thai l have pre?
sumed to he a enndidate for the Settr
rXXc ha: <r>tuet hing to do with the fact
that announcements tire being made
f?r? long before they are in any other
?ongreSsloiinl district in the I'niteri
Stiitte Pf which I have an., knowledge
ii may be that these townsmen t>(
mine nre so conildent of my election
'.'? the Senat? that they would hasten
'??> anticipate any probable aspirant fot
'lie I toiise in other portions of tlu>|
?>ixth District.
11 is. as it always lias been. ah> I
i.'i.Miiitcr'at's privilege to aspire to (Jon; I
,. i-e.-s. and I have no piirticular con- |
? in with Mr II ii pel's announcement. I
further than to romiirk tbitt there was;
no reason why he should have nsstlined
tbiil I would 'burn my bridges behind
rue' and declare my purpose not to
be a Oiliidldatc for the House again
iJwi.Or fin} circumstances. If I am not
tiiisinformed, Mr. I In rper wouldn't mind
fujrnliit; the bridge.': before, as well as 1
i ebind me. hciiet I fall t" perceive that
there Is. any obligation upon me or
/.:.\ indin cnictil to me to leave the
roiigrosslonhl Held clear to lilm in any
???.'?lit "_
^BHnBBBMBMHHOn DBDKXSKXEHaBBSSDBSSSKn
I A FRIEND IN NEED I
i\'o Many a t
Wenk Stomach?
Grape-Nuts .
1
Lynchburg, March 21 .-?-In reply to
an IhtjUry as to whether the announce?
ment "f rred I Ja rper that lie will be
a candidate for Congress will in any
way affect the purpose announced sev?
eral weeks a ?_-<. of Senator Don P.
Ualsey t<? bo a candidate for the next
Democrat is nomination for Congress
from tlii.- district Mr. Halsey dictated
ibtj following statement:
"Win i! I announced some time ago
that I would he a candidate* I alldwcd
myself to Indulge the hope tiiat there
would be no otln r. hut since that is hot
to be the case, I desire lo let it be
tally undersibod that Mr. Harper's can?
didacy will not affect my Intention Id
Htil.mil my claims to the people. While
I very much regret, the fact that Mr.
Harper win oppose me, r do not. feel
tiiat I should allow that fact to deter
me from carrying out my long cher?
ished purpose to stand for Congress
at (lie first suitable opportunity. It
is well known thai for several years
I have entertained this ambition, to
which I have from time to lime given
public expression, ami now that it lias
appeared probable, through his an?
nouncement of candidacy for the
United States Senate, that Mr. Class
will u'.i again he a candidate for the
House, I luive fell that my long and
active parly sorviee. covering a period
of more than Lwcnty years, and my
experience in legislation. obtained
thron;:); several sessions in the State
Senate, where I think 1 may fairly shy
l have accomplished .something for the
p. ..id" .-I Virginia, would merit fa-';
vorabh consideration from the voters
of the Sixth District when l declared
in'y desire !?> serve them in n broader,
held of endeavor. I still believe that
these considerations will appeal to the
pebble to support my candidacy, and
front assurances i have- already re?
ceived from all parts of the district. I
am encouraged in the belief that 1
v ill secure ihe nomination."
Would Clone, on Sunday.
( Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Salisbury, N. <"'.. March 21.?Steps are
being taken hern looking to the clos- 1
log of the Salisbury post-office all day .
on Sunday; the matter being promul?
gated by the Haraca' clubs In Salis?
bury. A committee has been appoint?
ed tt> secure ah expression from the
patrons of the office- H is not pro?
posed \h?.\ patrons of lock boxes shall
be affected. Under the plan the
general delivery and carrier depart?
ments will not in. opened on Sunday.
Sorely Afflicted.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.I
hVcdericksburg, Vn., March 21.?T.
R. Thomas, of Spotsy lvah lit county, has
been sorely afflicted recently. About
a week ago ho lost his wife. Sunday
one of i,i:< children, a four-year-old
son. db'-d oi pneumonia, and two of hla
O-Uwr children uro now critically ilk 1
Otherwise, Department lias No
Statement to Make on
Search of Hulls.
Washington, D. C., March 21.?The
publicity which attended the search of
the ha p. 2 age of Mrs Joseph W. Hull
and her daughter, of Savannah. ?Ja., on
board th> steamer Lusitania by cus?
toms officials at New York on March
l r. and the criticism of the action of
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORI A
?SUVSXBZSTSDdC
GARDEN SEEDS,
FARM SEEDS.
SEED POTATOES.
POULTRY FOODS.
Highest Quality.
Diggs & Beadles
Seed Merchants.
TWO STORES:
1709 East Franklin Street.
Branch Store,
603 and 605 E. Marshall Street,
Richmond, Va.
Write us for prices. Ask for our
free catalogue.
A fellow is known by the Candy he
sends. Therefore send only
LIGGETT'S CHOCOLATES.
It appeals to the most fastidious. Sold
in 1. 2, 3 and 5-lb. boxes at 80c II?.
POLK MILLER'S
Feel Stronger and Bett er
Gentlemen: r think your "MUitrn" ig a
Krauel medicine. I :>c] stronger and hotter, I
more active and nblc to stati? up under j
my work, my digestion has Improved and ?
my oyaalghl seems to have aha red in the
general improvement.
(RBV.) K. D. OUBRRXNT,
Danville, Va.. Xug. 23. 1010.
Electrical Shoe Shine 5c
A f . GRAY
CIGAR COMPANY'S STORE,
836 E. Main Street.
Ihn customs officers, was the cause b|
an official statement oil tile case mad?
by the Treasury Department to-day
The statement says;
"The department was advised that
some member of the part} would at?
tempt to pa - certain personal effects
through the customs house without the
payment of duty, and consequently
directions were given for the careful
examination of the baggage. This ex?
amination disclosed the fact that there
had been omitted front tin it decla?
rations over $000 worth of dutiable
merchandise; Iii accordance with the
law applicable In s ah cases, seizure
of the undeclared articles was made.
The department has. however, not
deemed it necessary to report* the facts
t" the United State.- attorney for his
action in view of the disagreeable no?
toriety to which the women in <iui?s
tion have already been subjected.
"It has no comment to make upon
he searching of the persons by the
Inspectors except to regret that the
facts were made public,"
The statement was made after As?
sistant Secretary Curtis bad had a
talk over the long distance telephone
V. it'll CblicCtOr l.oeh
Will M..1,1 Primary.
[Special t>. The Tiuies-I Mspatt h. j
i Salisbiiry. N\ C? March '.!.?A Demo?
cratic municipal primary lias been or
1 de red for the ay ?f Salisbury to be
i held April v At this lime a candidate
Mayor and nominees for Aldermen
will he chosen. Tin election proper is
to bo held May Already a num?
ber <?!' h ading citizens have announced
themselves for aldcrmahlc honors.
RiciimondjFreuericXsii'g & Potomac E, H
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
> Leave Klehmoud I Arrive Richmond
?4.60 A.M. Byrd St.Sta.
?fi.iUA.Sl. Byrd St.Sta.
!?S;49 A.M. Main St.Stn.
r7.I.S A.M. Byrd St.Sta.
**>.10 A.M. 11) rd Si. Sta.
rl).S0 A.M. MalnSl. Sl?.
DS.Ol DOun lljrd St. Sta.
fiiOO P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
ri.U P.M. Elba Station
'.',.16 P.T.. Main St. Sta
?8.20 P. JI; BvrdSt. Hi*
?7.60 A.M. Byrd St. Sta.
311.25 A.M. Elba Station.
tll.35 A.M. B>rd St.Sta.
?lUS P.M. Muhl St.Sta.
*2.45 P.31. Byrd Si.Sta.
*-,.-ih P.M. IWrdKt.Sta.
ts.ioP.M.MalnHt.StH.
?0.10 P.M. B)rd St.Mi.
?10.20 P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?11.26 P.M. MslnSt.Sta
?IS.ftOniRbt Byrdst.Sta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
I.(-Arc- Bird St. SU. l.:tu P. M. for Frederlckiborc.
Lsarc Elba Sta. 7.60 A. M.,6.00 P. M. for Ashland.
Arrive Byrd St. Sta. 6.26 A.M. from Frederlekiib'c.
Arrive Elba Sta. 6.30 A.M.,6.80 P.M. from Astilnnd.
J ?Daily. IWeekdaya. JSundaysonly.
r Daily except Monday.
All trains to or from Byrd Street Station
! (except trains leaving 4.50 a. m. and arriving
i ??.50 night) atop at Elba. Time of arrivals and
I ?tparturcs not gaarantaed. Read the aigoa.
Atlantic Coast Line
K JANUARY 9. 1011.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and South: 1 :>V) A. M.. 8:15 A.
M. .ind 7:36 V.
For Norfolk:
F M.
For X. <fe W.
M., 3:C0 P. M
M.. 'lOiao P. M.
0:CO A, M., 3:00 P. M.. 4:10
Ry. West: 6:16 A. M., 0:00 A.
and 0:20 P M.
Kor Petersburg: 1:00 A M? 6:15 A. Mi, 8:16
A. M;, S>:00 A. M., 12:10 P. M.. 3:00 P. M..
4; 10 P. M., 6:05 P. M., 7:35 P. M.. 8:20 P. M.,
11:43 P. M.
For Goldahoro and I'ayetteville: ?4:10 P. M.
Trains arrive Richmond dally: 4:40 A^ M.,
16:10 A. M., 6:40 A. M., r?:05 A. M., ?S:37 A. M..
'10:45 A. M., 11:40 A. At., ?8:00 P. M.. "2:16
P. M., 6:05 P. M . 6:35 P. M? 8:00 P. M., 0:00
\P. M., 11:30 P. M.
?Except Sunday. tExcept Monday. ??Sun
[ day only .
Time of arrive and departure and connec?
tions not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
9:00 A. I Daily?Fast train to Old Point.
4:00 P. f Newport News and Norfolk.
7:40 A. Dally?Local to Newport Nowa.
.r.:(D P. Daily. Local to Old Point.
2:00 P. I Dally.?-Louisville and Cincinnati.
lliOO P. ('Pullman.
0:40 P.?Dally, "fit. Louls-Clilcngo Special."
Pullmans.
8:30 A. ?Haily--Charlottes vl lie. Week days?
J tin ton.
5:15 P.--Weok days. Local to Oordonsvllle.
10:(>0 A.?Dally. L'burg. L?x., C. Forgo.
0.15 P.--We.k days. To Lynehbui'K.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND,
Local from East?-8:25 A. M., 7:50 P.M.
Through from East?11:86A. M., 6:85 P. M.
L,ocal from West?'&:'M A. M? 0:50 A. M.,
7 :20 P. M.
i Through?7:00 A. M.. 2:46 F
.lames River Line?S:35 A. M.. 6:15 P. M
M.
Richmond &. Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars leave Manchester, Seventh and Perry
.Streets, for Peteraburg:
?6 7 8, '0, 10, 11. *13 A. M., 1. 2. *3. 4, 8,
???5:45, ?6, 7, S, '0, 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chester, 12:00 midnight for
Petersburg.
Cars leavo Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Btreot, for Manchester:
1515 6:.C>, "??7:15, ?7:35, 8:85, 0:35. ?10:85, 11:33
A M 12:35. ?1:35, 2:35, 3:35, ?1:35, 6:2?, 6:35,
?7:35, 8:35. 0:35, ?10:40, 11:40 P. M.
tUnlly exeept Sunday and holidays.
?Carrle? baggage i,"f, express.
??Limited, except Sundays and hr^ldnys.
All ears from Petersburg connect with
cars for Richmond._
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN 0 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
Admission, 25cJ FREE ON SATURDAYS 1
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following schedule i)s,-'jr?>>, published
ns Information and not guaranteed:
6:10 A M.?Dally?Local tor Charlotte. Dur?
ham and Raleigh. 16:46 A. M.?Dally?Limit?
ed?For all points South. Drawing Koont
BnfTo; Steeping Car to Memphis via Ashe
Vllle and Chattanooga. 3;O0 P. M. Ex. Sun.?
Local tci Durham and lutermdlati ntationn
6:09 P. M. Kx. Sun.?Keysvllle Local. ;IU3
P. M.?Dally? Limited? For nil points South.
Pullman ready 3:80 P, M.
YORK RIVER LINE
4:80 P. M. ?Ex. Hun.?To West Ft.. ronnoct
lug for Baltimore Hon.. Wed. and Frl. 6:?
A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:16 I*. M. ?Mon.. Wed.
and Fii ?Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From the South: 6:60 A. M.. 5:05 P M..
dully; <?.!'., a. M. Ex. Sun.: 12:66 Ex. Bun.;
: 00 P. NL dally. From West J'oint: 3:80 A.
M. Daily j 11 ;M A. M. Wed. and Frl.; 1:25 P.
M. Ex. Sun.
S. E. BOROLSS, D. P. A..
S:0 E. Main St. 'Phono Madison Hi.
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY ALL It A IL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule in Effect January 10, 1H1.
Lean Byrd Street Station, Richmond, FOP.
NORFOLK: *3i00 a. M.. ?:..<>; P. M., M:10 M.
M.
KOK LYNCH 8?.URO AND THE WEST:
?5:16 a. M . *&:00 A. M.. *3:C0 P. li? ?:.::?)
P. M.
Arrive I'.lchmor.d from Norfolk: ?11:40 A.
M.. ?6:36 P. M.. "11:30 P. M. From the West:
??:C0 A. M . a2:M 1'. M.. b::16 I". M . ?:C? P.
M.. 'J P. M.
'Dally. a Dally, ex. Sunday. bSund&y only.
Pu!, man. Parlor and Sleeping Oars. Cafe
Dining- Cars. C. II. BOSLKY,
D. P. A., Richmond. Va.
W. R. BEVILL, G. P. A., Roanoke. Va.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
I.v. Norfolk: ?8:8J5 and ?11 A. M.. *3 P. U.
for Eastern Cairollna ar.-3 the South.
Lv. Rilelght *6 It A. M.. 13 <nrl '3:li P. M..
I for Kar t' : 1 dlna and Norfolk.
Pullman Sleeping '"art between Norfoik,
I Raleigh; also Goldsboro and Norfolk.
I ?Dali) ? Dally Ex. Bur..
I C. D. LEORANDE. G. A. American Natlor.ai
j Back. 'Phono Monroe I?jT. Richmond.
W. W. CKOXTON. G. P. A.. Norfolk, Va.
RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE BAY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schedule of electric trains to and from
Ashland, stopping at intermediate station*,
upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Eroad and
Laurel Stf.). 'ii:'*. '7:10. fi-.lOh. 5:10. ??10:10.
111:10 A. M.; 1:10, 2:10. 3:10. 1:10b. 5:10. 6:20,
'7:10, S::0b. 10:10, 11:45 P. M. Lv. Ashland.
?6:65, 7b, S. Ph. 10. "11 A. M.. ?12 M., "L
2, 3. 4. 5b. 6. 7. ?. ?b, 11 P. M.
?Dally except Sunday. ??Sunday only.
bCarrles baggage.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich?
mond daily: 3:10 A. M. ? Local to Norttn.i.
1120 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta.
Birmingham. Savannah, Jacksonville and
Florida points. 8:12 P. M.?Florida Lim?
ited, daiiy, except Sunday. 11:35 P. M.?Sleep?
ers and coaches. Savannah, Jacksonville, At?
lanta. Birmingham and Memphis. North?
bound trains scheduled to arrlvu Richmond
dally: 6:32 A. M., 3:26 A. M., except Monday.
F:05 P. M.. 6:46 P. M.
i$team&oat& _r
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Richmond foot of Ash St. dally.7:00 P. M.
Leave Nev.-port News.5:00 A.M.
Arrive Norfolk.6:00 A.M.
Connects with main line steamers leaving
Norfolk for New York dally except Sunday
7:00 P. M. Connections also made by N. &
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & O. Ry. at 4 P. M.
Night Line steamers stop at Claremont to
land or receive paseengers on signal.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO.?James River
by dnyllifht for Norfolk, Old Point. New?
port News and all James River landings.
Steamer leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 6:30 A. M. Freight received for all
James River landings. 'Phone Madison 171.
Main Ticket Office, S21 E. Main Street.
Easter Cruise West Indies
S. S. "Avon," March 25th, 19 Days.
Special inducements. $85.00. Ha?
vana, Santiago, Jamaica, F'orto Rico ant!
Bermuda.
"Ask Mr. Bowman," Southern Tour?
ist Agent, 708 lia&t Main Street, Rich?
mond,J^l?_
Merchant and Miners Transprotations C
NO'.-fciLx to Boston, Mass., and
Provldenee, IL L
Steameri leave Norfolk for Bntton, 3un.,
Tues. and Frl.; tor Providence Mon?
Wed. and Sat. at 6 P. M. Passelgera and
freight taken '<?? all Now England points.
Tickets on sale at office C. A O. Ry.. N. as
W. Ry.. ?. H. Bowmnn. 70S East Main. aa?
Richmond Transfer Co.. 80S East Hala.
TWO CRUISES
I By the Steam?
ship
?'CLEVELAND"
07.000 Tons')
111 1 1 I Tnr nrnl 10 'fts)va
Wn'^ln No'w York No?
ll UilU | v * m b c r 1.1311.
The second to
leave San Fran?
cisco Feb. 17. 1312.
HA.MBCKG
AM ERIC AN
LINK,
11-45 B'way, N. Y.
Or S. II. Bowman, 70S K. Main St.; Rich
nond Transfer Co., S03 E. Main St., Richmond.
AZORES-ITALY.
MC I)?MA RS EI 1. LKS.
4,500 Miles of Delight.
Ma.Ienna..Mar. LT.. S V. M.
Venozta.April l. 3 P. M.
Germanin..April n "> P. M.
Sant Anna. April 16, 3 P. M.
Around
THE
ON AN
OCEAN
LINER
Duration
110 Days
COST
$650
Including
All
Nw-essnr.v
Expenses
Ahonrd
nnd
Ashore.
Fabre Line
,1. W. El well & Co.
G. A., U' Stole St.,
N. Y.

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