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Stock Market iepicmbeir lUCIIMONll STOCK MARKET. liANEOCS; Chern. pfa S p. e Jlr.g ana Loan Co. ? for lnt?rt?t-..r tcnrts \n wV'-r in'e.reit must ho aflfl n I? in I rtlncati s of in<ut.t BOND LtST. ?i; COTTON MAltKF.T! ... .. . THE UNION BANK OF RICHIY 1107 11,00 M. Official Kange and Sale of Stocks in New York Stock. ? Chalmers, ir-t paid. ?Choi., pld.. is-t 1"'? ? .gamatod Copper ??? ? u..-i su-.ir. com.. ni .in Can. pfd. und K?uhdr; BY THOMAS RltANCH A CO.. Banken und Urukcm. Closing. Open. High. Low. lii^ AsiKud Sales. Stock. Open. Vt ll* !'* - International Paper . -t'i 9? Int. Paper, pld. ?/H st?i 88*1 s.'* >.?? I.W0 l-ciilgh Valley . ??'-'. 2,000 Liggett ami Myers, com 21? ,t4 :a Liggett and Myers, pfd...; . ;?<?, loo Lorlllurd Too Co,, com. lie nau. iso borlllard Ton. Co.. i?*'1 ? ??? ... ,' i.i too i^uttlnvllle and Nashville 102% 1111% 2.S00 Mexican Petroleum ? 8P? .... , ;.. s i.aoo Miami > :o^p< r .' ? Closing. High. Low. Bid Aaked law IWMj No: Hi" ?? d and IrO ll . 1st pf< 1 IM, S"T tirl i' ttlc tnd Ti Natiotiul Blsi ul.t . COO National Lead . 000 New V irk 1 ItSntral. N. V.. Out. ami w ? sti rn 1W) Norfolk arid Western..] Norl hcrti Pacific . o i .1, [Hu Mall . 90S Pennsylvania . People's Has. ,503 P., C., C. . rid St. L., com. P., C, C. and St; 1*. pfd. 30? Pittsburgh i foal, coni . ?' ' it. Kscd Sti. : Car. IT. ss e<l StCel far. pfd.. By. St..? i Spring, com.. ? fioo Republic Iron and Steel 100 itr-pt.bllc I. ami S . pfd.; ,000 Hock Island . SW Hock I land, pfd. Si aboard Air Line, com. CM Seaboard Air Line. pfil. Slos.s-Shcffield . ? mi si ?4 I2|i, p Hallway" Hallway, pfd. 1 rib.ii United leiuj Bl.Vi l.l.'i; 21b HU i?i l'-.!-i ... 116 lim, 112 11.' 10*J I2t 117 Ore ctfs 16% ? Pfd. :>\ e, coin... a'-.. 1?> 5S% 4' a.. I'.-. V.i>i I'm i?% Va.-i lar. C omii h v.l. Itv, and l'ow. Va Ryl and Po? 1''?"' Wabash . J" Wn bash, pfd. u-1 Western ?ril >n Wf-ym.in-Bruton Tbl 1 Total sali - for . ?s for dav. k (tw.> da . ??4 ll'. KIT* 276,900 F^arp'. ?>'? 235 y, rhalce. froh, lb. .nr. ??. fair, :li. L,ivr: stock. choice to fancy, :!?. , poor to fMrfi. lb., r, runner?, lb. spring, lb. ( fnlr to prime, lb. 4 i OUNTRY-CUREb BACON well etr.ottci!. omul., lb. well ('molted, largt, ;t>. itniked, It-... I1IDKS. 1? 4 I fllum hurry to IT 2 : ? All llr."? ix-'">dir.; ;r\\ VOHK PRODUCE MARKET September in?flour?Abo r.r tr ? ? Future ll v.'V'n nil higher Beptei M.i < Kit AGO GRAIN MARKET. ;li ipi'iNP tilt 'IIs- U VKKI I. 1? U . i 4? O tt M MtKl.l . O II 00 ?1.00 Kf tow tloni his market grades hay In rccordnr.ee h the Natior.nl [lav Aenoclntlon CATTLE MARKETS, RICHMOND LIVE STOCK MARKET. (Sa>6 a: Union Stock Yards! Richmond. Va , September 10. 15'.: ?pn-t of the ,ivo stock market for the ?k ending September 3. 1012: esi steers, T:,,;i"tc.; medium to good, i i?7c; common to fair. iHS?'ic.; beat I "'??re. ?\ .?? f';c; medium to good. ES'*1' ; amon to * -it r. 3V41ftUc ; beat cows. i:j 3 . rn?d .c.i to good, IB |t;c.; common tu r. :'?. ; bulle. >m ; ? ?. Fresh cowa.! ? ? per hoftd Rest calves. SljSVjc.: fair . good. 7 a 7*~c.. dicks, f . . .... . beat ties. ? ?:.:?. 7-i ? ; sows ur.d stage, a lest iambs, fij'c.; common. :. ntetnbi t h) ?Cattli?P.?-1 l*a:u y becyci -: ? 76. ' , -.?'. f tern sti ? rsi : ??. nd feeders, I4.25?7.M); cmvi; ?'s ethl I 5 .:? nerilly steady. : 'ling; feeling d. Market w RICHMOND TOBACCO MARKET. Richmond. Va . September 10. 1511. 1 Mowing aiu the quotations on tha Hieb I .1 Tobacco Exchange: BROWN SHIPP1NO. . 7.25 a ?.0? rt lear. . s.:o -n g ..iir . 5.(?3 'a 12.0? ippera . IO.vC' ?j 15.M BIUO.IITS. IKERS?Common . ~.vO ?j S.l} Jlum . 10 Oi) <n :^0o "TERS?Common . 14.00 ." 1. Hits?Common .Hum . .... U PE ft8?Cummon FdnCy . . 40.00 y ?.we SUN-CURED? N,E Wl .vei, common to good. C.JO Q 7? .ugti gold to prim.'. 7.10 \i S 50 isaf.i.. 6.00 "j 1000 .ting liaf. 10 0? a 12.00 is . 13 60 Mj 17 u MJSCELEANKOI S MARKETS. PETERSBURG PEANUT MARKET DS MARKET AVAl. STORES! M VKIMl IM I I I II BNCE. ? Alt III r :> ? r Branden. Barney, Norfolk; mer Steamer rr>cahon-.a?. droves. Smr? \, ?nt ??"???? rilv<-' landings merchandiseand i?ae. "2?V2 v'r?'n'? Navigation Company.' . ..am- r Aurora. Furman. Petereb irj an t James River Inadine?, merchandise and "a. ?< ' >. Furman Lin*. ' p" BAILED. 5:f-imcr Ernndon. Hsraey, Norfolk n>r cnandlle and pmiens.n, Old Dominion Lin Steamer Aurora. Furman, Pitcrsburs and Jamea River lnrtdlng?. morciinndi?? and pas ' ? ; ? Furman Line. "'us Standard on company, Sn. jl, Burk, Baltimore, two oll b?rge?. Standard Oil Co. WINCHESTER FAIR NOW IN PROBRES Every Department Filled to Ca? pacity?Races Will Be Run To-Day. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Winchester. Va.. September 10_' The forty-third annual exhibition of the Shenandonh Valley Agricultural Society, which began this morning on the Winchester fair grounds to con-' ttnue until Friday averting, is the 1 larKcst und most complete In the hls-i lory of the association. Ex'er'y de? partment is filled to Us capacity, and even alter additional space hari been provided in sev-rnl of the buildings It was necessary t.i turn down scores' of applicants The chief feature In the farm department is n hig apple show, which -was Introduced for tru-' first time this year Wh'le the i-:i winter apples have not as yet; fully opened, they are shown in a. st itc of development to excellent ad? vantage William S. Luckey arrived to-.lay with his aeroplane to make ? 'number of Illghts to-morrow and Thursday. The tlrat of the races will be run on thy- now track to-morrow with the fastest horses ever seen on the lotial trick for purses cxi.ding WII.I. SOLU IT 11 VDS. Committee Vppnlnteil hj Charlottes villi- 'A llaou-Mnraball < Itib, i Spi clal t-i The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottesvtlle, Va., September in.?! The Wilson-Marshall Club of this city ppolntod tlie following finance committee to solicit subscriptions for; tin- National Democratic Committee; Professor W. M. Llie, .lohn S. Whit-. \V, 11. Duke, Professor R. Heath Dnl r.-y. judge R. T. W. Duke. Professor !. C. Minor. C. H. Purnley, W. F Long, Downing I. Smith, Galnes Fray, <: Stuart llnmni. .1. W. Ever ett. Jr.. C. Watts. Harry Martin. N. T. Clark, Russell Bargamln, 6 W. Brown.: p. W Mailand. .1. Learned Wood. It ?ates ?iarth. Jackson Beat and A. P. j Walker. A central finance committee I to solicit finds and have general1 charge of the work was appointed a? follows: Judge John -M. White. John B. Moon. W. R, Duke and .1. II Lind? say. Democratic speaking will be held here on October and November court days Henry C. Stuart and Harry St. Heorge Tucker have been Invited to, deliver Hie addresses. An Invitation will also he extended to Senator Thomas S .Martin and Congressman James Hay to address the voters of Albemarle County in the near future Harham Reil? Ills Interests. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Fnyettovillo, N. C.:, September 10.? Tio- Kiiyettevllle Index to-morrow will announce that James A. Parham, who has beeii its editor sine- it was es? tablished, in February, 1009. has sold his interests in the paper plant and general printing business to Arley Moi.ro who cam- here a week ago from Durham, where he had been prai ticlng law for tin past eight Come h and talk the matter over. Virginia Trust Co. (the Safest Executor and Trustee) RICHMOND, VA. Capital, . . $1,000,000.00 Representatives of Virginia Mu? nicipalities to Gather in Convention. (Special to The Tlme8-Dian<iich.l Alexandria. Va., September 10.? Plans buvo been completed by the Chamber of Commerc? for entertain? ing the delegates who will attend the annual meeting of the League of Vir? ginia Municipalities, which will con? vene here September 1" and IS next in the Voung People's buiiUltig of tliu Methodist Eplaeopul Church, .South. Between seventy and eighty delegates are expected to attend, among iliom the mayors of many cities in the State idcnttlled wltti the league. A. D. Brockett, of this city, is president of the leugue, The committee in cha.ryo has decided to have luncheon ut Leo Camp Hull from 1 until o'clock In the afternoon. The vtJjtor? win also be shown around the city in sight? seeing cars Other forms of enter? tainment are uiso planned i'or the visitors, and an ontortulfunent o?jin mittee -.as been appointed for that 1 purpose. Lach Board of Trade, or Chamber of dommorce Identified with I the league is entitled to live delegates, i Kobe i t Ferguson, colored, who was s tabbied here August "1 last, and whoso brother, Will tarn Ferguson, was stabbej ! t.i death; was taken to-day from a 1 cot at the. hospital und locked up to answer a charge of an alleged assault on a conductor on tho Washington Vlrglnla, Railway. The alleged offense ? ? cur red more t'.tah two years ago. 1 ? u-.son will be tried In Fairfax County. The annual Inspection of Old Domin? ion Command, ry. Knights Templar, will take pla.ee to-morrow n.ght at Armory Hall and will bo made by William B. McChesney, of Staunton. past grand commander of the State. 1: is also expected that Right Kmlnent Kdward Delos Hotcrlklss. of Richmond, pre eht grand commander, will attend. Following tite Inspection there will be a banquet at the Voting people's Build? ing of the Methodist Kplscopal Church, S i ith, which will be served by the womon of Martha Washington Chap? ter. Nu 4.'. Ordet of the Eastern Star. W. L Andrews, most worshipful grand master "f Masons of Virginia, nixt Friday night \yill pay an ofTlctnl visitation to Alexandria-Washington and Andrew Jackson Lodges of Masons. an.Irin Division, Ho. i. Ancient Order of Hlbernlaps, win leave to morrow night for RoaitDke to attend the1 annual meeting of the State organisation, which win be In session In that city Thursday and Friday next. F. T. Cj linn, of this city. Is State secretary. The tirst business meeting of the r'e-ntiy organised City Council was held this evening, at which time rim mitteos were named by the presM?tn!B of the two respective boards. Cjnsld M-abOe other business of'importance was also disposed of at this- meeting. 12-YEAR-OLD BOY SHOOTS W 0 EVI A N [Special to The Times-Dispatch.]. P.oanoke, Va.. September 10.?Mrs. David Lancaster, llv.r.g on the Nor- . wich Boulevard, near Roanoke River, j was shot to-day at noon by Thomas ' Hopkins, a twelve-year-old white boy. j The boy used a shotgun, loaded with small blrdshot. Mr.- Lancaster was p. p. pered In the breast and both arms. The wounds are not serious. It Is said that Mrs. Lancaster had just returned from across the river, wherf she had taken lunch to her husband, who is employed by John T. Trout to cut fodder. She was In com? pany with her aunt. Mrs. Joseph John- : son. On her way homo she went , through a watermelon patch belonging to Mr. Trout, voung Hopkins had been left In charge of the patch by his ' father, who Is employed by Mr. Trout to watch the patch. Mrs. Lancaster said she- went Intending to purchase a watermelon. When she was a short distance from the boy, who was sta? tioned at a small shed In a corner of the patch, he saw her. He then opened lire, and Mrs. Lancaster fell. Frank Wehl., a white man, working nearby, saw the shooting and fan to the as? sistance of the Injured. IN SESSION AT If ARRISOXBCRG. riuptUl Association of Auiruata District in Annual Convention. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Harrlsonburg, Va., September 10.? The annual convention of the Baptist | Association of Augusta District, com-' prising the thirty-eight churches in 'Rockingham, |Butfh, August?, Rock- | bridge and Alleghany Counties, opened here In the Harrlsohbiirg Church this! morning for a three-day session. About 126 delegates .ire present.] Cieorge O. Greene, of Clifton Forge, editor of the Clifton Forge Review. Is | moderator of the association; Pr. .1 W. Wayland, ..i llarrlsonbtirg, vice-1 moderator, and Rev. O. F. Gregory, D, D., of Sinunton. secretary. The Au gust a association Is one of twenty seven similar associations In Virginia, forming the General Association of Virginia, with 1,000 churches and lUS. 000 members. The annual sermon wns delivered to-day by Rev. R. S. Owens felftllllllOilt? HUSTON U. WALLER. Madison 3606. 301 Mutual Building. Vacation Trips "By Sea" NORFOLK TO BOSTON AM) PROVIDENCE. Steamers Norfolk to Boston dally, except Thursday; to Providence, Monday, Thurs? day and Saturday, " P. M. Through tickets on s.i!.- to principal points. Fine steamers, excellent service, low fares. Wir. lees telegraph, Send for booklet. Vnply C, ft <? Ity.. N. ft W. By., B. H. Bowman, No. HM E. Main Street, .md itich mond Transfer Company; No. to9 IS. Main St. TWO I DBA I, CRUISES. AROUND THE WORLD October 11>. 1912. from Now York; February r, 1913, from San Francisco, by the- Stiamshlp Cleveland (lT.r.OO tons); llo 'lays- duration each cruise; I . ost $r.r,0 up. Including nil necessary) expenses .-.hoard and ashore, railway, j hotel, shore excursions. carriages, ' guides, fe.s. etc. "ASK MR, IIOWMAN,'* Tonrlst \k-cnt, 70s i;. Mala street, Richmond, Vn. financial ^Financial A Pertinent Question Why not insure your credit' You insure your life, your property, your merchandise. Then why not your credit? You can insure it by forming a connection with a Mrong. live banking institution such as the First National Bank, 900 East Main. Capital and Surplus.$ 3-000.000 Resources .$20-000-000 Our Policy Is to serve the Small Depositor as well as the Large Depositor. It is our aim to serve them both well. _ We want your Business, Personal and Savings Accounts. O Per Cent Compound Interest allowed. Bank of Commerce & Trusts Capital and Surplus, $350,000.00. Depository for the State of Virginia and City of Richmond. PROTECTION 1 >f the rioponltor?- Interests has been the keynote of the nueees-i of Richmond's Strictly Commercial Bank tamed for it Planters National Bank of rut hmo.xd, vuigi> i \. fnpltnl . S .tOO.OOO.O. Suritlui nncl Profits. 11. inu.OOO.OO Three per ( i-ni intrrmi, < ompoanriril Seml-Annnally, Paid In f \ln(c? Itepnri nirnt. ^steamboats OLM DOMXXlOa LX.vjs. I.r. Richmond toot at A.?u Su aaal/.l a 1-. x. Lou Newport :.???...I w a. ?. ArMts Norteia.t .00 A. a Coaascta wua a.?\,n i,n* lUinin isavlag -,.,r;o.?. -or N?w Vor?; dally, cxtept 3u.-.d?y. |;O0 l'. a. suuiicc;iAi.t also w<.4? by N. a W. Ky. 2 P. a. sud i . ft o. Ry. at < p. a. Nlgbt IIa* stsamsrs ?u-p at c.arvuiuat to laod or rscatvs pasacastsra on signal, and will b? met t>>' poo.tc Goavsyaa.es, llll?lNU NAVIUATIO.N CO. osiiectlv. a..r..i ?J*n.v? J-.ivtr uy day.igat tor a^j u.j i-oiDt, .N??iiu.-i N'awa ?Cd all Jamas lllvaf laadtaga Slsamar ;eav?i -lud.?;. U'?J.-.i-idiy a:.a Friday ai l;M A. M. Freight r?c?i\td .'or ?... Jaiuss Ktvai landlas* Phoas Madlsoa ITC Ualu Tlckat Uflii. 13 IC lialo ?t/?L cT?B?m\udCa lours. Inc. Hotels, Shore Excursions, Lon e*l H.itr?. Twin 5cr'? E ? "HERMCTJLAN," lO.ttl Ion? UUplacemenl. Electric :a.-.t; orcr.es Fastest, newest und only steamer landing paaaeuKert ui the doch In Bermuda without t rhnsfer. suiting* evtrs five <la>? sr. connection with R. M. H. P. Co. Ticket! IntSrChangS For full Information. *rip:v ;n a. E. OLTERBRIDOE A CO., Agent* Quebec s. B. Co., Ltd., -Ii Broadway, New Vork. It. BOWMAN, 701 Bast Main. KaHroab? BiCuffloni^edericlcsli'E & Potomac R.R. TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. LetYVO Itli-lunolul ?6.90 A M, B| rd s t. St:.. ??'?.ID A.M. Main St. Sta. ?s.lil? A.M. Main felt. Ma. ?s.ttl A.M. Ilyrd St. Sta. Ili.iS A.M. B) rd St. Sta. If .01 noon llyrd M. S'a. . 1. !. I. ? r,l St. Ma. t:t.6ll p.a. Ujrl M. sta .-4.1 P.M. I.lhs station. ?6.16 P.M. Main St. Ma. ?s.'.'OP.M. ?> rd si. Ma. ArrlTti Itlcliniontl ?7.i? A.M. Brrd8t.SU. III.3i A.M. MliaMalloo. ?II..16 A M. lljrd M.sta. ?I.IH P.M. MalnSt.Sta. ?i.aO p.m. Itjrd M.sta. ?6.1(1 p.m. II) rd Si.st?. ?0.00 p.m. Ilj rd st. st?. tV.-JS p.m. Itjrd St. Sta. ?it.i; p.m. HalnSt.Su. ? I?.?K nil-lit lljrd sl.sia. ?I .(i.'i night Main St. Sta. ACCOMMODAIIO'* TKAIKS weekdays. I.'arc llird St. sis. 4.00 P. H, t..r 1- rederlckibnrr, I rare Klha Sta. 7.16 A.M.,6.s6 P. M. for A (bland. Arrltr Bird si. sia. 8.96 a.jI. from Frederic ksb'g, Arrivs Elbs sis. 8.80 A.'.!..?..".<i P.M. fr< in Ashland. ?Daily. tV.'cekdaya. (Sundays osly. All traina to or from Byid Street Station atop at Elba. Tims of arrivals and departure.! oot guaranteed. l/ead the sie na. Atlantic Coast Line The SUnidurd Ituilrnud of the South. EFFECTIVE AUGUST 7. lfrtl TIIAIN8 LEAVE RICHMOND UAJLY. For Florida und Souta: ?:'.? A. M. an* > 60 1'. M.. 1:00 a. M. Kor Norfolat "b.lC A. M , 9:00 a. M., fM l'. M . 1:10 1'. M.. "7:io p. M. Kor N. & W. Ry. Writ: 6:li A M , Hit A M.. 'i-W p. M.. ?:!0 p. M. Kor p?-ti?-?ourg: 1:00 A. M.. ?15 a. M ??1:10 A. M.. S:15 A. M.. S:?0 a. M., 9:50 A Mi, '1:00 I'. M , P.10 P. M . C.uC P. M., t:it j'. a., "iir-i p. a.. d:?i p. m.. p. u. Kor Gcldauoro und Faysltsvllls: ?lilOI'.M. Trains urr.ve KRhmond dally: S:U a. a.. f,:W A. M.i 10:16 A. M.. *?:3-7 a. M.. "10:46 A. a, Mi.to a. a., ??ii:4s a. a.. ?i:io p, a., ?-1 ?0 1'. a . 6:<-4 p. a.. ?:3i P. M., S.o-j p. M.' 9;:-0 p. a.. ?*10.26 p. M.. Jl:30 P. at. ?kscopt Sunday, ??siunday only. TWn* of arrival and dtparturo and con? nections not guaranteed. C. et. CAMPBELL* D. r. A_ *M Ualn BL SOUTHERN RAILWAY PRBMlEn ? AltRIER OF TUE SOU-TU Truins Leave ltichmond. N. n-l-u.oHlna ?cheun.u n^i :>-a puhllsh rd ?? Informallon nnd not 1,-uaranteed: Kor th<i rioutli ?Oally: 4:10 A. a. Local 10:11. A a. Express. 6.00 P. a. Hxprtas StltS electric liK'itod .Sleeping Uar fur At snta and BirMlngham. 11:46 l'. a. fcli.prc?a. W\ck Uay?: 3:00 P. a. Local. YoKK RIVER LI.VH. i-m P- M. ?Ualiy.?Conneetlng tor BSItl* pioro Una. Wed. and Friday. 4:00 a. M.?Kz rmn. und 2.1a P. a.?Mon., Wud. and Krl day?Jaooal Trains Arrive Richmond. From tbo South: 8:40 A. a.. S:? A. M J:00 P. M. S:OS P. m dally; 11:66 Ex. Sun. 1 rum W^nt Point) ? 30 a. M. daliy, UlN A. ?u . Mor., w. d and FrL, 4:*6 P. a. icx sun. 8. K. burobs8, D. p. a.. ten E il.u Bb I'bena aaduon m. Commonwealth Bank No account i? too milt!! fnr this bank to handle. E. A. BARBER, Jr. < rrllllcd Public Acrounlunt. E. A. BARBER & CO. ACtii I \ I I Mi. AUDITING, ORGANIZING, SVS I EMAT1ZING 318 Mutual UulldJnRT, I'lir.nc Mini. B321. Illrhmnnd, Va. Manchester National Bank Work for South Richmond hy becoming a depositor in this bank. U?llio?D? Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 7 .40 A.?Loci.-Da;.> ?Newport News, i 1:14 A.?Local?Dally?Ch villa. Ex. Bui *l auriueod. r?:00 A ? Expreaa?Dally- ,-roik. O.d Polau flu:O0 A.?Loca.?Li.?i;> ?Lchbi.. Lea. C. Korea ? L'.w Neon? Express--Li?.;.y".Sorte.k Oltl Pu P. -Express?Dally, On., L'vllle. |4.00 P.?Express?Daily?Norfolk, N. News, 1:00 P.?Local?Dally?N. News. o,J poiot. fc:li p.?Local?Ex. Sun?Gordouavllia. i.lL P.?Local?Ex. Sun.?Lyachburx ?6 ?t P.?Uralte*?Dally?Clocta'tl. etiicago. ?II; to P -----v. >ri ?3 i'aii> - v.iui..s&41I. L'vn.a. ?Slttpsra. IParl?r cara. U RAINS AKRIVU RICHMOND?Local Iron East; b.io A. 7:10 P. M. Througa from E??t: 11:30 A. M . 2:06 P. M., C.30 P. M. Local trom West, t ;o A. it., *??:** A. M.. uii P. U. Throueh: *?'?*> A. m . 11.66 A. M. and v.60 P. it. ? James Kiver Line: "11:36 A. m . c.tO P, m. ??Dally e?*>e[>t Eundaj Norfolk & Western Railway O.N'l.V AL LRAIL LI.NU TO N?KIOLU. Schedule In Effect August 7, UU. Laava .-yrd Stxaet Station, Klcainoaclj FOR NORFOLK: ut'.lt A. m , a. m . ?3.w I-. M.i "4:io P. M . b7:M p. 11. FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST: *6:IS a. M.. ??:?> A. M., a3:v* P. M.. P. M. Aruvo Kic.'iniond :rom Norto.k: .....it a. M.. bllltf a. M . ??.Ji P. M.. t.;?:2S P. II., ?UstO P. M. From the Waats *6:g A. 41.. ti.lO P. M.. bl;40 P. 41., ??;* P. 11.. ?>.?> 1-, M. ? Dally, anally n. Sunday. bsunday only. W. B. BKVILL, II. U. Bo.SLEY. g. P. a.. Ho:inuk?. O. P. a-. u'^ninonl Richmond & Petersburg electric Kaiiwa; Cara ;t?u Manchester, Seventh ana Pur.-/ tstrn-ts, tor Petersburg: ?6. 7, 8. ??>. 10. U. ?U a. 41.. U t, 4, 4. ?5, ?6 ;. ?a. lo P. u 11:00 P. M., tor cbeatsr, 12:0? midnight (or f. I *..urs. can leave Petersburg, foct of Hycf.mora Street, lor Manchester: tt:li. t;35, Mt:l*. ?1:? ?:35, Otts, *10:tt, 11.u A M.; 12:33, ?1:33. :.34. 3:33. ?4:3.'., 6:33, l;i?, ?;;3i. s.33. ?:3?. ?10:4?. 1140 P. 4l IDally, except Sundays and i. ? -Jjys. ?Carr:.'i bAfMKo and eipresa ??Limited, except Sundays and holldaya. All cara from Petersburg . t wlta ran for ttlclunnnil. HI, Ii.il unit (lir?u|>i-al,r Buy By. Ca\ Kchedulo of Electric Trains, eflectrve May 10. 1911. Leave ltk'liinond. Laurel and Broad Streets: b 'i:0? A. M.. ?7:10 A. M? bs:10 a. m.. V:l" A. M.. "iO.l? A. m., 11:10 A. m.. 1;h p. ^ !.io P. M., 3;ii) P. If., b?:lt) P. m.. t;:o P. SI., ?:V* 1*. m.. 7:10 P. m.. bS:10 p. M., 10:10 I'. m . 11:46 IV m. Lrave Ashland. Eni; IsihI and Maple BtroOtS! '3.36 A. M? a ?;;00 a m S OU A. M.. b0;OD A. m.. 10:00 A. m , "11:00 a. m.. 'UM m.. **1100 P. m . 2 00 P. m . }.m P M.a 4:00 P. M., bl:00 P. M.. ?;00 P. m.. 7;og p. M . t:N P. U., b6:0O P. it., 11:00 P. .v. ?Daily except E?nuay. "Saiun/ only. LCsrrlea l.i.Kfatc. Hf.MlOAltl) AIR UXE. Southbound trains acheduled tu laav?.RIob> mond dolly: a:03 a. m. ?Local to Norllna. I:M P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Atlanta, lllrmlnxlinm. Savannah, Jacksonville. A. M.?Sloapera and coaches. Jacksonville. II P. m. ? Slrepen and inarhtl, Atlanta, III r in I it (ham. Memphis. Northbound trains scheduled to ariive in Richmond daily: 7:40 A. m., 4:30 A. il.. 6;06 P. 41., 6:40 P. ;j . Lo, si.