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SATCRDAT. - Feb. 3,189*4.
H 4 LE Itt H LETTER
Ramcigh, N. C., Jan. 29th.;94.
RainI rain I! nothing bnt rain. Euell
morning as we look out upon tbe diemal
wet aspect we wish for the old prover?
Ths Cotton Excbange has stopped ita
whirl ot boaineea in the line of cotton
and has gone to selling the woe-begotten
looking horses who so faithfully brought
it to town. "How inueh am I offered,"
aud "going at thirty/' are all that
greeta jonr eara now, as rou stroll
down the street.
"Saved from the Wreck," which waa
the name of a drama produced here with
home talent. It was quite a heavy oue
for anieteurs, but however they made a
creditable showing. Hope they wiil give
us another treat soon.
The Eighth Annual Public Missionary
Exercises of the Leonard Medi
c tl College were held in the University
Chapel last Sunday Night. Tbe solo,
"liaiseme Jesus,'' by Mr. YV. E. Atkins
of Manchester, Va.,was a splendid effort.
The oration ot Mr. (Jeorge Williams (of
Lincoln fame,) representing the second
year class was a masterpiece of oratory,
showing careful consideration, deep
thought and a wide acquaintance witti
classical literature. The chorus of W.
W. Wallace and others was very appro?
priate far the occasion.and was delivered
with au effulgence ol melody better ap?
preciated by the hearing.
Tbe exercises were all that could be ex?
pected from students as busy aa we are
studying and attending the wants ol the
sick and suffering.
Virginia is well represented here this
year, having W. H. Hughes and A. Nel?
son McNorton in the 1st year class ; N.
C. Vaughan, C. f. Beasley,W. E. Atkius,
W* F. Fayerman, W. ii. Ma pp and W.
W. Wallace in the 2nd y?*ar class ; C. T.
Smith, J. E. Aub burne in the 3rd year
class; W. T. ?-*ritchett and M. W. i'un
nill in the graduating class.
LL. Roberts. J. H- Alston and H. C.
Faulkner in tbe class of 'y*4 are gentle?
men of culture and rare ability, and we
shall miss their kind words and ready
assistance next year. How sad it is to
leave school and go out into the cold
world amid ita concerns and diaappoiut
Dr. Tupper, our late president is great?
ly missed by tbe Medical Depart ment,
tor be always seemed to take special in?
terest in its welfare. Our new president,
Dr. Mazerve, has not arrived as yet.
Dr. Knox, professor of Surgery, has
been in Florida all this month on ac?
count of hia health.
Any person wishing a cabinet sized
pbotogragh of our late friend and prvni
dent, tbe Rev. BL M. Tupper, D. D., can
obtain the aame by sending name and
address together with twenty-five cents
to D. A. Broome. W. W. W.
Supreme Chancellor cf the Knights
of Pythias of the E. and W. H. vis?
Sir William S. Uower, Supreme
Chancellor of the Knights of Pythi?
as of the Eastern and Western Hem
lapberee, vielteni Richmond, Va.,
Jan. 21st and remained until the
30th. On his departure from nie of?
fice In Philadelphia, there waa an ex?
pression upon tbe faces of tbe Sire
tbat accompanied bim to the sta?
tion, which could be read thus : We
wiah you much success and happi
ness during your stay in the capitol
of "-The Mother of Staten and States?
Sir Mower waa met at tbe Union
Depot by the Grand Chancellor of
Virginia, Sir W. E L. Smith, and
Grand Prelate, Sir Wm. Booker wbo
a room pan led him to hie lodging; In
the wast end.
Ab soon aa the newe became circu?
lated that the S. C., wera in the city
and bis whereabouts made known,
hia callers were innumerable, many
Sire of N. A., S. A., etc., called and
congratulated theS. C., upon the
success of the E. and W. Hemis?
phere**- and hoped in the near future
the Knights of Pythias in Virginia
would present one solid front.
Visitors continued to come until
a late hour bringing flowers and
other tokens of respect that gave
expression of their hospitality
towards bim, at the same time mak?
ing him welcome to the pleasure,
sights, and scenes in and around
The memorial meeting of the Sirs
and sisters of Calanthe: under the
supervision of tbe Grand Chancellor
assisted by elster Emma Booker, D
S. W. C.,proved quite a success. Af?
ter devotional exercise Sir W. E. L.
Smith introduced Supreme Chancel?
lor Sir Wm. S. Mower of Philadel?
phia who responded and in an able
manner stamped indelibly upon the
minds of his bearers that he was a
knight of tbe old type and a man
with an iron i arve which have been
proven in bis terms of service as Su?
preme Chancellor Sir F. W. Jones
G. V. C. made an able argument up?
on the material necessary to build
an organization. The G. C. joke
"Dead and burie-d, but Risen and
as, A. W. J 'tciison li. Jv. it anu c>.
Jos. H. Goode, P. G. C., and otbere
expressed theil feelings very ably
Sister Emma Booker of Star o
Hope, No. 15 N. C. C., were the onlj
females with sufficient ambition tc
come to the front. Her remark)
were very appropriate and cannot
be easily forgotten.
Sir Mower attended the ladies' ba?
zaar and seemed to bave been thi
centre of attraction. He also visit
ed Manchester and enjoyed a feae
prepared for bim by the Sirs and sis
ters of Manchester lodge and court
Then after visiting the places of in
terest in around the cities, he organ
ized a juvenile council and placed i
under the care of D. S. W. C. Booker
congratulated G. C. Sir W. L. Smitl
upon that which he had accomplish
ed, boarded the train for his hom
in Keystone state, hoping in th
near future his attention would b
oalled to the institution of a Gran
Court of Calanthe in Virginia.
MINISTER SMYTUL'S BLUNDER.
A Tyro Ia Diplomacy--Meddling wit
tho Affairs of a Friendly Pawer?
Mis Ridiculous Attitude?A Re?
quest for ills Recall Re*
ported ? Home Sweet
If the story the Dutch steams
Prins Willem I. brought yesterday
from Hayti is true, rays the Ne**
York Sun of yaotertlmj, Ministe
Resident and Consul?General Hen
ry M. Smythe, who represents th<
United States at Port?au? Prlnci
as well as being Charge D'A ff sin
at Santo Domingo, has probably
been taking lessons from Miniatei
Mr. Smyths is an appolnt-ie ol
'resident Cleveland, and hs la ths
irat white representative this conn
ry has had in Hay ti for a number
'J be story is told by Edmond For?
tune, wbo wan the only passenger
m the Prlns Willem 1. from Hay ti.
dr. Fortune hail** from Trinidad.
He stopped at Port?au?Prince on
[its way to the United States.
When he arrived here he went to ths
\stor House, and was found there
later by the Sun reporter.
THAT REMASKABLE LETTER.
"I found matters pretty quiet in
Bay ti," he said, "but there was con
triderable excitement In tbe city of
Port-au-Prince over a letter that
had been written by American Minis
ter Sytnthe to the President of tbe
republic, Hippolyte. Tbe letter had
not been made public, but ths peo?
pie knew one had been written, and
they were thinking things worse
than they were, and there were some
threats made against ths Minister.
I could not get a copy of the letter,
but the Get man Minister with whom
I am acquainted, told me that in I
it Minister Svmthe made very se? I
vere criticisms on the manner in
which the republic's affairs were be?
He condemned the rigorous m -.as
ure the President adopted to put
down revolutions before they attain
ed eiz-3. He insisted that men could
not obtain justice in the courts.
He otj-cted to the financial and cub
toms policies of the country, and
said that if the President didn't de
vote tbe revenues to making public
mi pro vt, ro en ta instead of to person
al uses he need not expect to retain
the sympathy of the U. 8. Govern?
ment. Then he suggested reforms
tbat should be made at once, and
told how tbe government ought to
be run, in the future if it wanned to
be a real good government.
OTHl B FOREIGN MINISTERS BECLINE
TO SION IT.
"After writing this letter, the Ger?
man minister ..said. Minister Smyth
took it around to the ministers of
other countries and asked their opin?
ion of it, and then asked them to
join him in signing it. They told
him that they were representing
their governments, and that tbey
had no authoilty to meddle with
Haytian domestic affairs, and they
all refused to sign it, so Minister
Smythe signed it himself and sent it
to the President.
DICLINEDTO DINE WITH THE PRESI?
"The German minister didn't know
what President Hippolyte said when
he read the letter, but he did know
that tbat sams day the Minister of
Foreign affairs sat down and wrote
a letter to Minister Smythe inviting
him to call and dine with ths Presi?
dent and talk the matter over in
private. Minister Smyth declined
the invitation and the President waa
very angry. He consulted with his
advisers and then forwarded the let?
ter to Washington. Whether or not
be enclosed with it a request for the
recall of Minister Smythe is not
known in Hay ti.
Mr. Fortune said he did not know
the date on which President Hippo?
lyte forwarded it to Washington,
but he was Burs it had been forward
ed by an earlier steamer than the
Prins Willem I.
OTHER REPORTS DISCREDITED.
The officers of the Prlns Willem I.
had np information to add to tbat
given by Mr. Fortune. Tbey said
they had heard nothing about the
reported r< cent execution of a gov?
ernment official who had attempted
to kill the President. They bad
heard reports that the exiled Hay
tians, nnder the leadership of Gener?
al Manigal, wha are at Kingston,
Jamaica, were preparing to Invade
Hay tl and try to overthrow Hippo
lyte. They were going to land on
the northern side of the island, whare
tbey expected to get arms t nd am
munition and money. Then* they
would march across the country to
the capital, picking up recruits on
the way, and they expected to get
enough recruits to whip the govern?
Rev. Wells Honored?Many Fine Pres?
A few of the members of the Ebe
enz**r .Baptist Ciiurch, namely, the
Independent Club, of which Mrs.
A nanda Thorton is president, sur?
prised their pastor with several val
uable gifts,Thuraday, January 25th.
Among them was a handsome
French Imported Clock, Japanese
Vases and a silk plush lambrequin.
A neat presentation speech was
made by the Secretary, Mrs. Alice
Brown In behalf of the Club, to
which the pastor replied in a speech
as grateful in styls, and as grateful
in spirit, as his em harassed feelings
would allow. The meeting was
more devotional than social in char?
Week of Prayer at First Bapt. Church.
Sunday Jan. 28th. sermon by Prof. J.
E. Jones, D. D.,?The Y. P. 8. C. E.
Mondav,Brother M. L. Harvey, leader,
subject?How to Pray. Jaa. 5 : 16?18.
Tuesday, Mrs. R. D. Bowser, leader,
Hui.ject -ll* w can we And God? Lukt
Vi e-jU'V-'?'a.,*', ????>?-?. .i. ... . ... r ;_<.;.
?and W. H. Stokes, subject?Praying foi
souls. Prov, ll: 30.
Thursday, Miss Ella Williams, leader
subject?Faith in Christ. Rom. 8: 22.
Friday, Miss K. G. Randolph, leader
subject?The danger of becoming bard
ened. Mark 10: 9?14.
Sanday, Rev. Jas. H. Holmes, leader
All are welcome. Bring some one witl
you. Meeting from 7:30 to 9 p. m.
Those Ohio Lynchers.
West Union, 0 , Jan. 16,?Judge
Davis has instructed the grand j ur j
to make every effort to find auy oi
all of the men connected with th
mob who lynched Roscoe Parkei
and to indict them as murderers
He also instructed them to indict ev
ery reporter that wired sensationa
reports which had the effect of raia
ing a mob, and especially lo indie
the reporter who accompanied th
mob and assisted at the hanging.
She Fractured Bis Skull
On Saturday night when Jama
Kuall, colored, who resides oi
South avenue. Petersburg, Va., cami
home he and bis wife engaged In i
quarrel. Kuall is said to have beei
somewhat under the Influence of liq?
uor. It lr alleged that he struck at
his wife two or three times. Marj
Davis, Knall's wife's aunt, Interfer
ed, when it ls claimed Kuall struck
the Davis woman. The trouble be?
tween this woman and Kuall wai
subsequently renewed, and during
tbe difficulty which followed lt ls al?
leged Mary Davis struck Knall with
an ax, fracturing his skull and In
I' I I ? I I ?**?*???
cticg in)*-- -rs which it ts thought
rill prove ? ta). Ths woman Mary
)avis hs .ot been spprehen?
Sb ??*. ita ss tot e Frost.
T***ere ?rii? ??-? n public meeting at tbe
'hird Stree* .M. K. Church, on Monday
ight, tbe *>*?-of February, under tbs
.uspices ct i -??*- Samari Uuis of this city.
Add***********. ?*???* expected fro m'? Nat ional
irand Sir-- . ?*vid F. Batta ot Petersburg
Ion. J. 1? *v*Mit <irand Secretary of tbe
(tate ltrauu -*odge, and Past (irand
Iii* f Robert ?** eiser of Charlottesville, al
o John w. <->iiuuell. All members of the
irder in this city, Manchester nud.vicini
y and their friends a**e invited to attend
is these addresses will be of a high order
>f excellence, dealing with tbe origin and
mrpoaes of tbe order, ita acex>mpMah
nenta in this State and its plana in the
utim*. Thoae who attend will be amply
1 be arrangements are nader tbs direc
ion of Mr. J. B. Taylor, Deputy for thies
Republican Haine tn New York.
Tbe election in ths llth and loth dis?
tricts of New York city last luesday re?
sulted in a phenomenal gain for the Re
oublicans.Iu the former Lemu**J E Quigg,
Republican,was elected by 905 plurality,
a Republican gain of 9,730 voters.
In the latter, while E. W. Sigrist was
defeated and Isador Straus, Democrat,
elected, the uoual Democratic plurality
of nearly twelve thousand was cot down
to 4,510, a Rppob'ican gain over the
vote of'92 of 7.3C9.
This iee a Republican tidal wave and
foretells tbe overwhelming defeat which
awaits the Democratic party at tbe next
U? CiUSED HER INSANITY.
A Whits ex-Chief of Police Charged
with Criminal Intercourse.
Uoanokb, Ya., Jan. 29.?Roanoke
has another sensation that stirs the
city. At 1 o'clock yesterday, Thom?
as 8. Kennel ly, a coal dea.er, and at
one time chief of police of the city,
was arrested at his home on a war
rent charging him with undue inti?
macy with Miss Hattie (Smith, ol
Franklin county, a young woman
of unsound mind. Ths young wo?
man had been placed hers in a eanl
tarium for treatment.
The commission ol lunacy to ex?
amine into the mental condition ot
Miss Smith metagainat 1 o'clock to
day, and, after hearing the teeti
mony of ber mother and two broth?
ers, from Franklin couoty, re'turn
ed a verdict of hysterical insanity.
Thomas 8. Kennsrly, who was re?
lented on bail Saturday morning foi
his appearance before ths Polio
Court tomorrow, was indicted thir
afternoon and a bench warrent is?
sued for his arrest.
$40,000 for the Corbett ? Jackson
LohAnoles, Cal , Jan. 29.?Lead?
ing citizens of Avalon, Catalina Ia
land, have subscribed 9 5,000 fir the
purpose of getting Corbett and Jae*
eon to meet hers June next. Thi*
su m is to be supplementary to the
$35,000 c ff-tred by the Santa Cata
lina Athletic Club of Los Ange I-**.
Jackson has expressed his confi?
dence In his success and there is lit?
tle doubt that the fight between the
champion of the world and this col
ored pugilist will be tbe most warm?
ly contested light of modern times.
Myrtle Lodge's Entertainment
The graud festival of Myrtle
Lodge, K. of P. was continued Mon?
day, Tuesday and Wednesday of
Largs crowds thronged Richmond
Hall, and the dancers were enjoying
ths entrancing whirl.
The management succeeded in
having a grand succees and were
thankful to tbs public for the Inter?
Y. M. C. A.
Considering the inclemency of the i
weather Monday, January 29th. there
waa a large number in attendance at
the Concert for tbe Poor. Every person
wbo took part showed that he or she
was deeply interested in the effort. The
Richmond Quartette was iu its (Ree as
usual. Madame R. K. Jones presided
at the piano. Tbe solos rendered by
Madame D. R. Cross, Mies S. A. Kemp
and Mr..). A. Bowler were happily re
wired by the audience. Mr. George
Weet, the humorist, in his happy moil-*,
encored applause after applause.
W. G. SINGLETON,
1323 EAST FRANKLIN STREET.
(Fonnaria with Hi* IstuC. C. Mltabai 1.)
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Tbe best Wines and Liquors. Prom pt
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Cigars and Tobacco.
SL-Wood and Coal 2
Low prices and quick sales.
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They are without a doubt the Lead
em In selling you just what you
want and not charging you
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aad Trip Tickete limited to tairtT daya
Mar data ot lsaaa. . 14.08
mmmm tara, with eab-a**Ttaa-*e..- s.ss
?a-rasce tatra. **1 thou t snbals>taa*>*. ABB
Mb taara Tts. Chisapssks sad Ohio rall
rajraad Rlcbmoad sad P* terebarg RbjU
oad Heketa limited to four days). t.Bt
and Trip Ttekats ? [limited to thirty
rteksis caa ba obtained at Richmond T-raaB
Cosapaar'a. SCH aaat Mala ?ti-**-at.<be*mpeahe
B Ohio sad Richmond Bad Petersburg dapota
dat tha eonpsoT'i offlc*. IBO I Mala st raat.
dNrharf. Roi katta.
fiataht forwBvTdad sad through bills ot I adi na
load tor polnta bsjrond N*w Tork.
frets*** t raealTad dall* natil t P. M.
rsssssg-'is lea-ring Richmond ob MONDAYS
BDNESDAYS. THURSDAYS and 8ATUB
tTB by tba Chesapeake sad Oblo Raliway
?*a*;Newport'Newe - at 8.80 A. hf., aad by tbe
e-Dond sad Petersburg- Railroad (sams dars)
,9 A. M*. will maka connactlon at Norfolk
1th staam**r taevrtng thoa* days.
OBORQK W. ALLEN A CO., Agent*.
No. HOI Main ati-eet.
sad soBapaay's wharf. Roc katta.
f\ TL1NTIC COAST LINE.
ICHMOND AND PBTER8BDRQ RAILROAD
Commaneiaff WEDNESDAY.Jan. lO.'M.at 2 00
. M.. tra aa on thia road will ran bs tol'owa
. TRAINS SOUTHWARD.
?S.OO A. M.
*8:*t*i A. M.
?ISM P. M.
??:10 P. M.
?I.3U 2*. M.
?7:8ft P. M.
?ll-ftO P. M.
S-Sl A. M.
?;lft A. M.
1.48 P. M.
S 43 P. M.
8:16 P. M.
8:10 P. M.
18-88 A. M.
Leare ~~"i Arri ts
Peter ab urg
7;?0 A. M.
1V.U6 A. sa.
11.07 P. M.
?6.4* p. m.
TSi ?6.f>? P. M.
441 ?SW P. M.
8.40 A. M
ABD A. M.
IOU) A. M.
11.48 A. M.
7.80 P. M.
7.00 . M.
Noe.14,46.4*5.38.&00A Ml maka no stops. Nos 17
and la/ stop at Belfield and Stony Creek on slg
aaL Nos. ?*?. 84. 88. 48. and 78 stop on signal
st Man cheat ar. Drewry 's. Centralia, and (li es ter.
NosAA 61. B*. will stop on sig" al at all stations.
Pnllman I'd lace Bnffet Hleepiug-Car on ail
throngb trains. Oa Trains Nos. 87 and 32 sieep
lag-Cars bat wean Richmond and Lynchburg, Va.
NBW LINE TJ ATLANTA. UA.
LaaTlng Richmond at 8.10 P. M. dally and ar?
riving, at Waldon at 6.8? P. M.. and at Atlanta
at 7 80 A. M. Tia H. A. L. Through sleepers? Rich
mond to Atlanta.
In addition to the abo-e. TUE NEW TORK
AND FLORIDAY SPECIAL, co-slstlng of Vesti?
bule Pull man-cars only, lea fee Richmond south?
bound USO P. M., daily, except Sunday, and
'earea PatersburK north bonna 7.62 A. M., dally.
except Monday. No extra fare chitrged on this
train, except regular 1'nll ran.
TUE ONLY ALI,-RAIL LINE TO NORPOK.
LaaYe. A tr!Te.
Richmond.rt.00 A. M. Norfolk.11.35 A. M.
Richmond.f5.*sH P. M. Nortolk. h.46 P. M.
Nortolk..t7.80 A. M. Klchmon-*.. 10.60 A. M.
Norfolk.t4.86 P. M. Richmond.. 7.00 P. M
Tba train * leafing Richmond at ? A. M. and
Norfolk at 4 P. M. are solid train* between theae
two polnta. aad psessngers go through without
change of oars.
Trains loaring Richmond at 9 A. M.. and 11.60
P. M.. and arrlTlng at Richmond at SiO A M.
and 7 80 P. M., maka cloas connection at Peters?
burg to and from FarmrUle. Lynchburg, and
R. M. SULLY. Snpeiintandent.
E. T. D. VJ rs a.*. Oene-al Soper In ten dent.
T.M. r.MMicMoi-. Traffic Manaser.
I. O. G. S . & D* S.
Tea National .(Irand Lodi* af North
?marlea, oom posed of DlstHot and
?taVsB -traad Lod-fss ol memy Stataa ol
the Uarssd Matss aad som* of tb* ls
loads ol taa 80a.
MAU Q1JL1D LODQI
Is ewn-Mfssl mg Two lasdr*l aad Misty
Jamas M. aBmakaoT, Brand Chisf, Alexaa
drla. Tea.; J. M. Jtald, -traad S*?civt-*ry
Kw Ha rm, T?.i A. 8. Wast, .'ango'* sb**?
f BV, Qraad TrsaBarsr.
Rsv. J. M. rlolmea, David F. Batta,
J. B. Blaekwail, Isaiah Nichols, W. H.
Hatchar, A. B. Dot-as, M. E. Smith.
Bar. J. M.. Holaaas, PrssHdsat; J. M
dart, Vtos-Pre-sMtlsat; Bar. ft. BpTOsr
Buslasss llaBagar, fUv. H. P. Wsedcm,
Trsasmrsr; Boa. A. W. Harris, lasTBtii
Thia De-partmsat soadacts a rtraraJeBr
Baildtng;, Loan, Bavtag aad Insuraaos
bBsinesa. Asthorlssd aa-yj-kaj, $100,000.
Baaraa $50; pay-aerats 60ois. pew mooth.
Tho objsot of this Ordar fa Bo providB
for ita mambara ha sass of ats ha isa, bo
bary ita daad ia a essosat asaaasr, aad
topsy aa aadowmsal from $*M 00 to
$100.00 to tao widow : orphaa esr hstm
of ths d*x>saascL Also tm toaoh trna prfa
eaipias of tempenasoB em*i ?>vot*a?rty klad*
araa?aa wail as to tawoa aaVtvt "la
Baars is atroBSTth.''
eoe* OB* kJl ABLTBBTJr? A
For tho stem et MOO sa
msvritaaa Thia sam emtitass esaoh esesa ts
BUds-griwesftBrs Ooesaraad a amhey mt
Ussraaos tor tba sam of Orb sIbwbbxb
Lsiejas tBBwrolbj pay frsm $9 00 ts
$8.00 -bbb* wosk dariaa; aielfaaaa, aad
from HMO to $M.$0 for B-xrlsJ-ro.
this BBBsbbajB ar>a;aBBialiyahaiyd trosa
86 tm ta tmmmk par ?BBBh as daasto tats
nrrBBiui awt abtbbjh .
0*BQB*rB TBsBBel M. BMhaar, sHporb>
Mi^lsUniH B. Taylor, Boo*
fol*, %i nhsSSBB-BBI a st. Marrsdurd.
m W-B>jkir?p ahoald hathRrty
ta-saTBt-soWva-absir aolcehbor so Bbsfav
adrBB, to bo para ia habit aad %-at-ht,
sTsa as afa la para aad bo -BoJeW bj
fTRtb, tbat wffll cmr bbcao^ wo cape* *BTtda
tba tAtmei ear Ordar sad bsd tba obi,
4\taa to cm tar tbia Dmr a btmbbt od asm
OOB*tCA4 ieaM-s bOB?8*.
for say Ufortoatloa furthsr, aa to tao
cjaUhlishmsnt of Lodgss, crto^ Biiasij ad*
?%osb-J. 9 Bald, draad a^rsoary, Botf
148, Btjwfolk, Ta.
BITS 15118 DEPIBTMBJIT.
?fief1*** V**? k. W. Havnia, Bacrstary,
(OaRttoJ Oataa,) lUI.Iiik, Blab.
Wee OoM-ral lafwrmatloa
J. J. Foster,
?418 N. Otb St. Bicbmond. Va
Fins Groceries, Flour, Lard,
Bacon, Butter, Eggs ond
Country produce ol oil
MT 8usda etalivsrsd traa. Call and yoo
j^ w?l he traatad right.
? - ?ii-:*i n
rn nfl --BBsAsasj
C 8c 6
LOrSAPEAkE d OHIO RAILWAY.
ExrEcrivB Jan. 14, 180*.
libs lbate richmond.sboad-strb-V
k> A.M. Dally, with rollman for local s*?***>
tion*. Newport News. Old Pots*
Norfolk aad Porrtamoath.
St P. M. Dally.wlth Parlor Carmor local sta?
tion*. Newport News. Old Pola*.
Norfolk and Portsmouth.
ISA. M. Local train, except Sunday, for
Clifton Korg*. Coaaaeta St Ciord
stUIs for Washington, at \ Irglala
Midland Junction for Lynchburg
at Baale for 'lagers*own aad ai
Staunton tor Winchester.
SO P. M. The Clnclnaa'l aad St. Louis Llar
tted. dally, with Parlor Car Bt.
Uordona-HII* and PaUmaa Bles-a
?r U.*rdon*Tille to 'luclnnai.
and ISA Lost*. S ops only at lat
80 P. M. Local train. axaapt Snnday. Aa
commodatloB tor Cha lottesrllle.
.BO P. M. Dally tor CinclauaM with Putloraa
'.P.V. to Hinton a d Oordoasr 11 I a
? o Clsdnnatl aad Loula-rUla.
I>ln<ng-car Was'iln-cton to Ctucia
natl. Connecta at Covington. Va.,
for Virginia Hot Springs dally.
Meals a***r*ad oa dlnlng-rai*.
;AINS LEAVE EIOHTH-STREET STATION
.00 A. M. Dally.wlth l's Irv* car for lexington
Ly nchburg aad Clifton Forg-*. Cob
neeta, except Sunday, for Arr on IB.
.80 P.M. Except Sunday. Accomodation tor
IAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND. BROAD
I.JO A. M. Dally from Cincinnati.
l.Sv A. M. Dally, from Norfolk and Old Pol at.
- 00 P. M. Dally, from Cincinnati and l*oaie>
S.60P. M. Dally, f-otn Norfolk and Old Polat.
r.46 P. M. Bl -. -^day. from Cliftoa Porga.
IAINS ARRIVE EUJlTrH-STRKKTbTATloN
*.46 A. . Except Sunday, from Coi am bia.
1.00 P. . Dally, from Lynchburg and Clifton
Porga. JOHN D. POTTS.
Dlvlaltn Paaaeagar Agtat
SCHEDULE IN BKFBCT NOV. IS. IBB*.
BAVE RICHMOND. BYRD-STREET STATION
8:00 A. M. DatlT?Richmond and Nor-falx VBS
TIBCLKD LIMITED? Arrive Nor?
tolk 11:8* A. M. stops only at ra
teraburg. WaTerty. aad Suffolk.
8 00 A. M. Dally "THE CHICAGO EAPRBOB''
for Lyncbbarg. Roanoke. BlOfMl
Pocahontas, Kenova, C^ a juhas,
and Chlr-as-o. Pullmaa Stn***
sleeper aoa-*ioke|to oolumbu<-*ithaa
change, Through coach front BlaB
momi to Lj nchb-org.
6:1*0 P. M. Dally for Norfolk. Suffolk, end la?
ter madia t* stations. Arrive Nor?
folk 8 60 P.M. - -
11:60 P. M. Dally for Roanoke. Radford.
laskl. aad Bristol. Coaaaeta at
Roanoke 8:00 A. M. with Waaaina
tonandCtuattanoOKB Limited. P?U
man alaapars Roaaake U* Msse
pbis and New Orleans. Dla lag
car attached Al**o for Blue***)**.
Pocahontas also for Rocky Moaat
and all stations Winston -Balwn 41
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPER between RICH
iOND and LYNCH BUBO *-**ady for c-ccupanay
kt 0 P. M.; also Tullman sleeper Petersburg ts
Trains arriTe Richmond from Lynchburg aad
be Weet Dally 7 60 A. M. aad7 SO P. M. From
lot-folk and tbs Eaat. 11:00 A. M.. aad VestV
?ruled Limited 7:00 P. M.
R. W. COURTNEY.
District Pasa-eng-er Ageat.
W. B. hKVILI.
General Paaaenger Ag-rnt
General Office. Roanoke. Va. ao 8
Richmond^& Danville rTrTco.
HAM CED SPENCER, F. Bf. III IDKKOPEB ABO
BEC BEN FOSTER, RKCKITKRS.
Klchmond & Danville and Hortn Car?
olina Di Ti*ions.
CONDENSED BCHBDUI E.
in Effect AuKUst ia, 1893.
TRAINS l,K.\Vi;s UK li MOND, VA.
IS-J* A.M. SOUTHERN KXPRESB. dally Caa
'-' ita. Augusta, aad polnta
. connects at Danville wita
/ASH INGTON AND SOUTH
KUN IVB8T1BULB LIMIT
aaaeta at Greeasboro' for
Jham and Ralatgb; ai sAllebury
for Western .North Carolina- Tki
sa.agara can take sleeper at 0 P.M.
18:40 P. M. FAS! MAIL, daily, for Atlanta,
Aug nata, and points South. Cate?
nae's at Moaely with Karm-rill* aa I
Powhatan railroad; at ReysTllle
for 'ciarke-rllla, Oxford H nair arson
and Durham, aad at G-raaaboro' for
Darbam. Raleigh aad Wtastoa Sal
an. Through s&apar* fros. DaariUs
CU** P. M. LOCAL, daily except Sanday, ft?
Amelia Courthouae aad UxtmrmmtJA
TRAINS ARM VK AT RICHMOND.
7.00 A. M. 1 From A Han ta to Auguata.
LOS P. M. I
8.4ft A. M. From Amalia Courthouae.
TBS rXTOBlTB Si CTE HOSTS,
T1UIN NO. 10. 8.10 P. M.
LOCAL 'EXPRESS, dally except Buuday.
Stops at all stations. At Let-tor Manor coa
n. i ta with stage for Walkerton; with Baltimore
staeunar at Weat Point.
THAIN NO. ld, 4.46 P. M.
BALTIMORE LIMITED dally except Suuday
for Weat Point, c. noe* ting with ?'I ork-RI va*
steamers for Bal'lmore. At Baltimore steam?
ers connect with Bait'mora and oblo railroad
for Washington, Philadelphia and New York.
Steamer.- lear* Baltimore at 6 P. M. daily ax
c- pt Munday.
Trains from Weat Point arrive at Richmond
at 8 L'6 A. M.. 10:40 A. M. and 8 86 P. M.
TuAIN NO. 44, 7.06 A. M.
LOCAL MIXED, dally except Sunday, leers*
Twenty-third street for Wast Point and inter?
Tlcket-ofltce at station foot ot Virginia 8*.
open 8 A. M. to tt P. M. and from 8 1*. M. to IA
60 A. M.
City Uck*H-offlce?001 ea*t Main St.
SOL. HAAS. W. A. TURK.
Traffic Manager. Gan. Paaaenger Ag ant.
W. II. Umk-i, (innarra Manager.
J. S. B. Tbompsoa, superintend ut,
JOHN M. BEaLL. I raveling Paaaenger
kl* eaat Matu str**t.R
AND POTOMAC RAILROAD?Stbodula
ex>mmencingjAN. 28,1894. Eastern stan?
7:40 A. M. It-area Byrd-Street Station dally
(except Sunday). Stopa at Elba
and local stations. Arrives as
Washington at 12.01 P. M.; Balti?
more. 1.17 P. M. ; Philadelphia i:U
P. M.; Naw York Ass P. M
8:60 A. M.. New York and Klorlda Spacial, ail
Pullman Veet-buled-cara. leaves Byrd
St-cat Station daily, except Monday
No extra chalga other thaa usual
11:00 noon, leaves Byrd-Street Btatloa dally
Stopa at Elba Aabland Doswst*
Milford, Irederlckliorg, Brook,
aad Widewater. Arrlvea at
Washington at 8.40 P. M., BalfsV
more. 6.2a P. M. ; Philadelphia
7.48 P. M.; Nsw York, lo.sS pTm.
Also con r*ecu at Wasbingtoa wttb
the Congressional Limited (all
Pullman Parlor cars and Penn?
sylvania ralir.ari Dining cara)
leaving at 4.ot p. as. dally
arriving at Bal ti m. or* 4.84 p. st.
aad New *i ork a. tts p. m.
7.1* P. M. leaves Byrd-Street Statloa dally,
gleeping-car Richmond to Naw York
?nd Washington to Philadelphia
Stopa at Elba Aahlaad. boa
well. Milford. Frederieksburg.
Brooke and Widewater. Stops at
other stations on sou dave. Ar?
rives at Ws abington 11:1* p. M..
Baltimore, 12:6* A. M.. PhUadai
phla.8;4**> A. M. NewVorx. ***8 a. M
8.06 A. M. arrlvea at Byrd-Street Btatloa
dally. Sleeper from Naw York.
Stops at Wide water, Brooks.
r*r**de*ricksburg, Milford, ooewell ash
laud and Elba, stops at other sta
tlons on sundays. Leaves Wash.
Ington at 4.00 A. M.
S.Bt- P. M. arrlvea at Byrd-Street Station dal
ly. Stops At Wida v. Atar. Brooks
Frederickut'urg, Milford, Asblaad,
Dosweliand Elba. Leaves W ashlan'
ton at 10.67 A. M.
7.16 P|M. arrives at Byrd-Street Btatloa dslly
Stopa kat Frederieksburg, Mil?
ford, Doswll.and ashland. Pullmaa
ears from New York Washing ta a
Leaves Washington3.C6 P. M.Doss
uot atop at Elba.
??:*? P. M. arrives at Byrd-Street Street dally,
leaves Wastlngton at 462 P. M.
Stopa at Elf.a and Ireal stations.
Pullman-Car from Washington.
?:? P. M., New York and Florida spacial, all
Pullman Vestibuled ears, arrives at
B>rd-Street dally, except Sunday.
No extra charge*, other than nena
Pn lman fare.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
4.00 P. M., leaves Byrd-Street station. Arrlvea
at Tredertckaburg at 4.8* P. M.
8.8* A, M., arrlvea at Byrd-Street Statloa
Leaves Frederieksburg at K:**A.
Daily ezc*ept Sunday.
e.48 A. M.. leaves Elba. Arrives at Asblaad at
7.8* A M ?ai*-*
AB* P. M., leave* Elba. Arrives at Asblaad at
7.07 P. M. **
8.4* A. M., arrives at Elba. Lea-/es Asblaad *A
?.06 A. M.
?.04 P. M., arrives at Elba. I*eavea xplaad at
O.A.TAYLOR. Traine Manas-*.
E. T. D. Mvbbs. General Superlatendeat."
WANTED?A washer foralamlW
of three, references required. Want?
ed also a tenant for brick detached
kitchen with two large rooms; good
yards for drying doti.es. 60S north