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SATURDAY, - MAY 23,1896
Thb colored folks have been and are
now Btanuiiig by Ot. We hav* never
Poor Mary Abkksatht ! Sympathy
should be accorded her snd help vouch
ssfed. Poor Mary Abernathy!
-aaesflJBcjiominee of the Republican Con?
vention at St. Louifl will be the next
president of the United States.
Will you help us secure ten thous?
and Bubacribera? This ie the mark we
have set. Will you help us reach it?
We have endeavored to do our duty
fearlessly and if we have made ene?
mies on that account, we cannot help
Wi regretted to lenrn of the death of
our old friend and achool-mate, J. Bbl
fobd Brown. Ile had during recent
years been a resident of Boston.
Tub Lunenburg people will yet see
their mistake and the ring which has
blinded the masses to the innocence of
the women will yet receive their re?
Wi feel gratified whon ws note the
spirit of fair-play manifested by the
liberal-minded white men. It betok?
ens the dawn for us of a brighter and
The Supreme Court of the United
States expounds law in keeping with
the sentiment of the country rather
than upon tbe broad grounds of jus?
tice and equity.
Thi A. M. E. Church General Con.
terence in session at Wilmington.N.C,
elected the following divines bishops:
Rev. Wm. B. Dibbick, D. D., of New
York, Hev. Jambs H. Armstrong, D. D.
of Washington, Rev. Jambs G. Embrey
D. D.,of Philadelphia.
Thb American Star for June cornea
to us presenting an admiral appear?
ance, replete with interesting reading
matter and attractive "cuts." We
wish Editor Patterson continued suc?
His Excellency Chablis T.O'Fbb
rall ia Governor of all the people.
His past record shows that fact. An?
other fact ia that he ia a leader and
not a follower. He nets the pace foi
his party and does not wait for th*
opinion of the masses to crystalize be?
fore he gives expression to his viewi
aa to what will be the greatest gooc
for the greatest number.
Thb Methodist Episcopal Genera
Conference has been in session durinj
the past week endeavoring to elec
three bishops. The Committee 01
Episcopacy recommended that one o
them be colored.
Prof. J. W. E. Bowen, Ph. D? D. D.
one of the ablest Afro-Americans to
day in this country was a candidat
and during the first number of ballot
led in the contest.
Mr. G. F. Richings, one of the bee
friends our race has in the world tc
day has written a book entitled "Evj
dence of Progress among Colored Peo
pie." It is all that its name implie
and gives a most gratifying account c
the successes attained by our peopl
along all material linea, lt should b
in every colored man's home.
The introduction is written by Bish
op B. W. Arnett. Giorgi 8. Fiaou
son Company, Philadelphia, Pa , pub
Wi hive received "Africa snd th
American Negro," edited by the brill
isnt and able Prof. J. W. E. Bowen
Ph. D. D.t who waa secretary o
the Congress held during the Cottoi
States International Exposition, De?
cember 18?15, '95. It contains thi
addresses and proceedings of tha
body. It will prove a valsable addi
tion to one'a library. It ia published
at the Gammon Theological,Seminary
POOK AUNT MARY
i our Joy over the release of inno
t Poiby Babnib, it flhould not be
[Otter that innocent Mast Abek
bt ia standing within the ?hadow of
gallows, and that radical steps
st be taken to eave her life mid give
t U inconceivable that a communi
:ouid be bo wrought up bb to con
Tin two innocent people to death,!
ittne another in the penitentiary and j
?n inaugurate a merciless leual war
rhere is absolutely no cause to sus
et Aunt Mart ot this horrible crime.
ich less condemn her to die.
During these long dreary eleven
jnths her enemies have been tireless
their efforts to secure evidence
ainst her, but none has lien found.
The stamp of innocence rn upon her
untenance. Gradually, it is dawn
g upon the citizens of Lunenburg
>unty that they made a fearful mis
Our efforts have not been directed
wards shielding the guiltybut to keep
lem from punishing the innocent.
W? have had the matter thoroughly
ivestigated snd we know that Mary
bbbnvtht knew nothing about the
mrder of Mrs. LflOl Jane Pom \ri>.
Solomon Marablb, awaiting the day
;t for his execution declares that the
omen are innocent, and yet there are
eople who would hang this old ehris
ian woman, would take from her that
hich Goo alone can give, would choke
er to death, would leave her nine
ailing children motherless and would
lory in the spilling of innocent hlood.
lumanity revolts against such an out?
But walk up and down roar lonely
sell a few more days, Aunt Mary. Pray
o that God as in your misery you
ondle the babe which is slowly wasti?
ng away. Man at times, is pitiless,
jut the day of reckoning will come bye
and bye. Your enemies have been le?
gion,but friends, white and colored are
pleading your cause anti the day ol
pour complete vindication is at hand.
You shrouded Mrs. Pollard. You
wiped away the blood as it oozed from
those cruel wounds. You performed
the last tites for the dead with that
Christian reverence for which you had
more than once been noted. You
watched during the stilly hours of that
solemn night, and your tears and your
sympathy were mingled with those of
the bereaved family.
But your troubles will soon he over
and the glorious news of freedom will
be magnified by the refulgent beams
EEV. SLATTESTS PAMPHLET.
Wk have received a pnmphlet, en?
titled "The NegToes and the Bap:
by that prince of Roman Catholic
priests,Kev. John R, Slattery of Balti?
more. The article appeared in "The
Catholic World Magazine" for May/W
Rev. Slattkby is foremost in his Bfllf
sacnltcing devotion to thc interests of
the colored people, and makes a reply
to the outrageous declarations of the
Roman Catholic, Bfr.BoOBBB L. Didi
Hi? manly defense of the tenets and
teachings of the Church of Home is
lost flight of in his attack upon that
great and good man, Rev. Dr. T. J.
Morgan, secretary of the American
Baptist Home Mission Society.
To our surprise, he frankly admit?
that he intended to make no reply to
Mr. Didikr's strictures relative to our
people, and only wrote the article in
question on account of the leatlet issu?
ed by Gen. Morgan.
His explanation of this is given as
Naturally, our readers may think,
why is this paper of Didier's noticed
now, after so long a silence on our
part, although urged heretofore to take
it up? We passed it hy not only be?
cause we were ashamed ol it. hut also
because there is no arguing w ith preju?
dice. Silence is ever the best answer
He then cites the fact that the leaf?
let, "Man or Baboon?" by Gen. Mok?
oan has been scattered broad-cast
throughout the South. Rev. Slattery,
usually cool, collected and gentleman?
ly so far forgets himself, as to indulge
in slander and makes references to
Gen. Moboan'b record immediately
after the war. In this, he violates the
very principles which he had a few
minutes before laid down.
He even goes so far as to speak of the
Baptist Secretary as Morgan. But,
enough, Mr. Didibr has done the
Church with which he is identified
much harm and that his utterances
should be made use of to the detri?
ment of the Church in Rome is no sur?
The intolerant spirit which pervades
the latter part of the article of Rev.
Slattery is what nas caused most of
the criticism to which members of his
faith have been subjected. Had the
pamphlet in question been devoted in
its entirety to a refutation of what Mr.
Didibr asserted, and the assertions of
Dr. Morgan ignored, the effect among
right-thinking people would have been
more pronounced and the disposition
to further profit by the misrepresenta?
tions of a Roman Catholic lessened.
Wi have received "The Key to
Scriptural Interpretation" by Rev. L.
J. Coppin. The introductory is writ?
ten by Rev. J. C. Embrv, D. D.
The book is handsomely bound in
cloth, 209 pages and contains informa?
tion which will richly repay the one
purchasing it. The explanations are con
oise and Rev. Coppin, who is also edi?
tor of the A. M. E. Church Review has
shown ability in the compilation of
this work which marks him as one of
the brightest scholars amongst us. A.
M. E. Publishing House, 631 Pine St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., publishers.
The Supreme Court of the United
States on Monday, May 18, 1896 ren?
dered a decision in the case of Plessy
against Ferguson sustaining the con?
stitutionality of the law of Louisiana
requiring the railroad' of the State tc
provide separate cars for white and
Justice Harlan dissented. This
is another practical demonstration ol
the effect of public sentiment upon ev?
en the greatest judicial body in the
We can be discriminated against, we
can be robbed of our political rights,
weean be persecuted and murdered
and yet we cannot secure a legal re?
dress in the courts of the United
States. Truly Las evil days come up?
on us. But a reckoning day will come
and all classes of citizens, sooner or la?
ter realize that a government which
will not protect cannot demand for it?
The national government is being
brought within very narrow limits,
that of the territories and the District
of Columbia and if the present con
? ? 1*1 ? aaaaSBI
tion ot the law is many mare j
nictated it will be a great
< to be Governor than it will to bel
idetit of the Tinted States.
vbby statement made bj
kn vTin upon the occasion of her
[ w>e< consistent with her Ibam>
:e and no declaration made by her
indicative of her guilt.
A BRAVE DEFENDER
he action of Jack Tkici, colored,
j fought fifteen white men killing
?, and fatally and dangerously
jnding two others is worthy of all
he mob came to regulate Tri
rteen year-old-son and the father
ended him as above stated.
?'e admire the spirit of this inofTeti
e colored man. What right had
>ae w hite men to attack his homo ?
was his castle and the relatives of
?se misguided outlaws will appreci
> the lesson received while the de
ins of darkness are singing jp
IT their departed souls.
Colored men defend yourselves
ainst all lawless comers. Shoot
writhe lynchers as Jack jTricb has
ne, and take the eoQseqnons
rh is one example will be the cause
saving the lives "f many nv re col
**d men in the Southland.
Whether it be by prayer and I he
ot-gun, by law and the militia, lynch
m most im! Lynch-law must go]
SAVED HIS LIFE.
Editor Preston's Devotion?His Neck
[Jacksonville, Kia., Advocate!
The advocate feels happy to-day in
unouneing, (seeing w** saw not an op
ortunity in doing so before, hs ours is
ut :i weekly.) that poor penitent
IT ash Smith. WOO iras sentenced tobe
anged Wednesday of this week, has
BOaired a commutation of sentence to
fe imprisonment. As out Metropolis
nhl sometime hinee, that a life imprifl
nnient is very little belier than hang
ng. yet, it is preferable, and we doubt
o*- poor Wash appreciates this.
The Advocate mast not fail to men
ion thal thi- commutation by the
Joveruor and Pardoning Board was
one through the instrumentality of
I .1. Preston, the editor of the Jack
onville Advocate, neglected his dillie*
n order to circulate and obtain signa
ures to the pe'ition, and who said to
lis foreman in the Advocate's office,
I can't attend to you now, for I am
msy trying to save a poor man's life "
EDITORS BLACKWELL AND BOGER
[Salisbury, X G.. Elevator.]
lurrah! Hurrah!! Hurrah!!! for John Mitch
ell, Jr , and Pokey Barnes
Every Nei:ro should read the last
?SIM Ol tbe Richmond Piankt, giving
m account of the Tki:mknih)is Vhtohv
rained by the heroic efforts of Editor
lohn Mitchell. Jr., in rescuing Pokey
tJarnes. who was accused of murder,
rom the gallows. Our readers will re
nember that Pokey Hames with Mary
\bernathy and Solomon Marable were
anthia four days of being hanged when
Editor Mitchell interposed. And now
t turns out that the grand jury could
lot make out a true tull against Pokey
Barnes after a previous court had with
[he shadow of a shade of a true bill
condemned her for the supposed mur
ler of Mrs. Lucy Pollard.
?Justice sometimes seems lo slumber,
but when truth gets a heaving, it will
ASSert its sway. This is a great tri?
umph for Editor Mitchell, tor Pokey
Barnes, for the Negro race and for jus?
Editor Hunter's Good Wishes.
Western Christian Recorder )
That right will ultimately triumph
over wrong was ne\er mere forcibly
illustrated than in the case of Pokey
Barnes. Environed by hate, caste and
prejudice ; twice condemned by per?
jured testimony of a heinous crime;
within the very sha lows of death she
by the aid of an all wise Providence
was rescued from her peril. Nu hu?
man agency was more potent in bring?
ing about this grand result than our
noble contemporary, John Mitchell, of
the Richmond Planet, lt is such Edi?
tors as he, such journals as his that
wield a force inestimable, in moulding
and shaping public opinion, in teaching
the masses to love justice and virtue
rather than injustice and depravity
May such journals increase and may
their inlluence broaden.
Cause For Rejoicing:,
(.Louisville, Ky. American Bap:
Editor John Mitchell, who has made
such a gallant fight in Virginia, for the
Lunenburg prisoners who were con?
demned to hang for murder has cause
for rejoicing this week. The prisoners
came near being lynched but this was
averted and they obtained a new trial
at which Pokey Barnes was acquitted
last week. She was hastily taken to
Richmond after her release where she
received a great ovation. Thus tIn
law is vindicated and the innocence of
a helpless woman established.
A Plain Statement.
[Cincinnati, 0 , Voice of the People]
The case of Pokey Barnes, indicted
in the famous Lunenburg case ha* been
nolle prosequied, and she is free Mary
Abernathy was found guilty of murder
in the first degree. The case will be
carried to the Supreme Court on error.
Editor John Mitchell deserves great
credit for the manly stand he has tak?
en. He insists that the three colored
people are innocent of the murder of
Mrs. Pollard, anil that Solomon Mara?
ble is guilty.
Editor Hunter Bemoans Her Fate
[Western Christian Recorder]
Mary Abernathy, although innocent
and proven to be of the Lunenburg
murder, has been convicted of murder
in the first degree. Thus ends the
celebrated case where a jury compos?
ed entirely of white men, place a pre?
mium upon perjury, hate, injustice,
and prejudice ; where the innocent are
not protected and human lift* id relent?
lessly sacrificed to appease the passion
of human blood-hounds. How long,
oh how long will it contin"e.
A Glowing Tribute.
[Philadelphia, Pa. Christian Banner J
John Mitchell, Jr., ison top in this
state. He has saved Pokey Barnes
from the gallows, and we thmk that he
will save Mary Abernathy. Richmond
is wild with praise for her young hero.
Those who seek his downfall may as
well cease their disgraceful proceed?
ings. Very few Negroes are willing to
lead aright?this we know ; and since
we have one in the person of John
Mitchell, Jr., we are going to stand by
him.?Virginia Ct rrespondence.
Another Great Victory.
[St. Joseph, Mo. National Protest ]
John Mitchell, Jr. of the Richmond
Planet, has won another great victory.
Pokey Barnet, one of the accused wo?
men for murder has been acquitted.
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It i> fresh and BOT pound
Fine Sherry Wino.
You can buy a gallon of line Sher?
ry Wine for.
Fine Old Kye Whiskey, per gal?
Fine Old Med ford Kum. 4 yours
This is the only kind lit for mak?
ing Fruit-cake. We have
pounds in 1-pound boxt-s ; 3 lu>x
New Mixed Nuts.
25,000 pounds Nice, Clenn, Mixed
Nuts just arrived. We guaran?
tee them fresli ; per pound.
500 boxes Seedless Kaisms, per
Kine Mocha and Java Coffee.fri sh
1 bushels White (urn. 4f,
Sliviiifs Pride, Pineal Fhiiii
ly Flour on the market This
Flour is sure to give satisfac?
tion. Try a barrel mid you
sure to like it. 4 X
ii pounds Fine Raisins.
Try a pound of our Fine Tea This
is a boon to dyspeptics
pound will convince you of its
otlieacj in relieving indiges?
60,000 poonda Choice French Can?
dy, imported. 8
6 pounds Nice, Fresh Oyster
lO.OUll bales Fine Timothy Hay,
per hundred. 7<
28 tubs ol Fine 'reamery Butter,
just the kind for buckwheat
7 pounds Virginia Buckwheat. 25
Gibson's Old Rye Whiskey, live
years old. 3 00
Fine Cream Cheese. 10
We have un immense stock of
Christmas Goods, which we are sell?
ing at cut prices, as we are determin?
ed not to carry them over the holidays
You can buy choice goods at your own
A. F. OLIVER
901 N. Third Street,
[N.K. COsUfXB OF BAKKK I
New and Complete Stock of
Groceries, Wines, Liquoie,
Tobacco and (igars.
Fresh Meats, Fruits, Fish, Oysters and
Country Produce. W owl and
Coal. Low Pr ie
l>ftaV,*'T '??' p*tmiiuIi'iI ii
DU Iv I
?1KL3 \ pike's MAGNOLIA.
II .UmIiT lint's not k.i'i
I, wr li ur hiiiI wo will in
Iforvayonbowtosptlt. A' k
[nowie lu 'il to t?'Titrates!
?V. W. JOHNSON A CO
I liirmnnt I, O.
Bscc iBorn to B. H. PIZB,
? OLE DISTILLER*.
E. J. Crane,
Watch-Maker and JeweUei
Ths only Colorsd man In ths Soul*
arsr known to maka a watch ont
and ont. 30 yea** practical
sxpsrisnee snahlet nina to
fire pertest talufao
tion In rsr airing
j Watches, Clocks, Jew*h>y
E. J. CRANE,
123* W. Broad 8t., Richmond ? ?
your watches by mail or eipr^i
\si 11 st to mackinac
>!? HAKE THE-4-< ?
Sew Steel Passenger Steamers
he Greatest Perfection \ et attained In Boat
instruction Luxurious I quipmenl. Artistic
mialling. Decoration and t?Miclent Service.
uring tn? hilliest dcicre* of
>riFORT, SPEF.D AND SAFETY.
Four Trips pis Wick BtT*fi*
oledo, Detroit and Mackinac
PETOSKEY, "THE SOO." MARQUETTE,
.OW RATE5 to Picturesque Mackinac and
turn, including; neals and Berths. Krona
ryeland. $18. from Toledo, 919; from De
ictwecn Detroit and Cleveland
Connecting at Cleveland willi Kar'.iest Trains
rall p. South and Southwest and at
rtroit for all point* North and Northwest,
mday Trips lune, luly. August snd September Only.
EVERY DAY BETWEEN
lev eland, Put-in-Bay jp Toledo
rad for Illustrated Pamphlet. Address
A. A. SCHANTZ. ?. .. ... OBTMOIT, MICH.
tie Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Go.
'HOS. W. LEONARD
734 North and.
hs Purest Medicines. Dnur*, T">*
Articles, Cosmetics Ac Tra aral
known reliability of thia long
astabllshad pharmacy ta
ths bast gn ar antes cal
ood faith. Prompt attention a:
hours. Prescription Corr poon?'
lat upon ths shortsst and lo
ths bast manner.
SATISFACTION OU * R A nimb. j..
J. H. LEWIS,
14 W.Leigh St. Cor. Adam Si
r^BTBBt Medicines always on hanf
IbbT Prescriptions carsfnlly oobj
panndea day or night "VH
A MTLL BUFPLT OF
50AP8, BRUSHES A FANCY IK
CLE8 Ae at lo wast Pries*
SPECIFICS are scientifically
prepared. Remedies; have
been used for half a century
with entire success.
so. PTHII IC FOB
1?FcYsrs, Ooaagestlona, Inflammations.
2?Worms. Worm Fovrr, Vimn ( olio...
3_ Teething, roll<-,?'rylng.\VaJu>fulneas
4?lllnrrhrn, of C'hildreu or Adults.
7?4'oughs, Colds. Bronchitis.
u-\riiralcla. Toot!iaotu\ Kaooscha.....
??Headaches, Bk* llrailncho. % ortlgo.
SO?Dyspepsia. TUllousmss, < mistij>atlon
1 1? HtippreM?f>d or Painful Periods....
12?Whites, Too lYofuse lVii<xl3.m
I."!-Croup. Laryngitis. HoarsonwBI.
1 1 Kuli ltli.-uiii, Krynli?-l.i?. Eruptions.
1 ft -Hheiimatiam, or IUioumatic Pals*,..
16?Malaria, Chills, Fevtrand Afruo.
19?I ntarrh. lullu?-n?a. Cold In Lac Head
30-1 rina ry Weakness,.
34-I*oro Throat, V.uui*y,I>lrhtn?rla....
"77" for GRIP.
BoM ?>y DriUKl???, or s*nt pr*rald ??" T?<~"rt nf rrtrs,
aaa., oe ? for SI., in?y !>? ???<>ri...l . r mr.pt i?, ?l. alM.mlr.
ti* 'i^rHairi'aAni'i^Kuiuddiu.MM UAH ass ssa
Ul armin V?kl?. CO.. Ill A I IB ??ullasi8t..S?w Tsrs.
JOHN M. HIGGINS,
Choice Groceries, Wises
Pare Gooda, Full Value far Um Mousy.
1610 E. Franklin St.,
INear Old Marks*,)
RICHMOND, . VIRfiUiaaV
D. N. MARTIN,
711 N. 9th 8%^ ? Richmond, Ya
Hctlons* Qrcctrlttia Tobacco, \U
S. W. ROBINSON,
No. 23 NORTH 18th STREE!
Dealer in Fie Wines,
AU Stock Sold as Guaranteed
Your patronage ia rsspsetfcasjj aolieits
JOHN G. SMITH.
1301 East Leigh St
Pine[Gtocerie*. Wine*, Liqmort
Cigars and Tobacco.
WOOD AND COAL
Low Prices and Quick Sales
MT Call and sae Um -tan
W. G. SINGLETON,
N%>. MM BAST FRANKLIN 9TREE1
(Fermerly with vhs lass 0. 0. Mftshsll
(HOARS ? TOBACCO.
Ths Beat Wines & Liquors. Prom]
attention Given. All Goodi st
the Lowest Prices. Oall
?ad Isa Ma
?14??19 E. Broad Ht.
Fins Wines, Liquors, Cigai
OYSTBMS IN EVERY STYLI
AoaommodsftloB First-lass. Prices 1
reasonahle aa say la ins etty.
GIVE Ml A CALL.
QOOM DELIVERED FEB,
-Richmond Steam Laundry, 3
N. 7th St. Motto: Kine WOrk. (J. 1
Jj? Bragg, proprietor. 'Phone 1206,
hrVW ?tnnBjk??uaBra il?
RKDULI IN KKFB-? DEC. 1,1896
JU TI KK'HMONO BYKII-HTKEJ-T
48 A. M.Dall/?Rich rn one aad Norfolk. Va*
TIBCLB Li mitbd?Arrive Norfolk
Il .BJ A. M. Stope caly at Peters
bnrK.Wa*?-rly aad Suffolk. Saooad
Haas tlcksts not accepted for pas
snare ob thia train
SB a..a?. IUilt."TIIK < IIICAOO EXPRESS*
tmm l.vBcbt.orK Roanoks. Blnefl-Mrt
Pocahontas. Keaova. Colamba*
aad Chicago. I'ullman Buffet Sleep
ar Boaaoka to Col a mb us without
chang*; also, tor Radford. Bristol
Knox rills. Chattanooga and loter
Norfolk. Hoffolk aad Intar
?asdints stations. Arri's Norfolk
l.SQP. M. 'tal'y. for Boaaoka. Halford. Pa
iasKl and Bristol. Conn*- ts at Hna
aoka 6.16 A. M. with WaehWton
aad Chattanooga Limit d. Pull
maa Bleepers Roan' ks to kl sm p bl?
and Nsw Orleans. Also, foi Blas
flsld ear Pocahontas: also for Rocky
Mount aad ad statlors Winston
'U^LMl* PALACE BLEEPKR between RICH
|>NU and LTMHBCKU readv tor oormpH.net
P. M ; also Pullman Basso sr Petersburg t<
Trains arrive Rvhtro id rom Lynehbare am*
ti* Wast dally ? 4- A af. aad 7 00 P. sf. Prov
3rt.dk aad ths last, ll 06 A. M aad V**tlbnl?f
united T 00 S. hf.
B. W CO UBI NEY.
District Pssasagsr i|m?.
MaaraJ tiffin.. Knsnnkt Va
\ [CHMOND, FKEDERICKSBURG
^ \M> POTOMAC RAILROAD.
I HKMI.K IN KKKKCT APRIL tl
LBAVE HYKH STKKKT STATION.
M . Dally, for Washington ami uni nts
North. Stop atXlba ana local
BtationH. I'ullniitii Car.
U :<?> M., Daily, except Sunday, for Wash In g
t?m ami points North, atop at
Klha, Ashland. DoSTWel). Milford.
rredarlckshurB, Brooke, ami
Widewater. Parlor-car; alao.
aoaaeeta with Congressional
United at Washington.
7:15 P.M.. Daily for Washington and points
North, sups nt Klba, Ashland,
Doaweil Milford Frederic ks bo ra,
?rooke. <t nd w iiliwatrr. Aii.l oth?
er stations Bundara Sleeper,
Richmond tn Beer York.
ARRIVK BYRD-STRK1 I STATION.
8;S>A.M., Ditily. Stops nt Widewater,
ke. PiederlaiEBbarg, Milford.
orel] und Ashland, ami other
stations Sundays. Bleeper, New
York to Richmond.
I:!.'? P. M., Pallyi exoepl suinl?y. stops at
koeal stations and Klba. Parlor
? fruin Washington.
7:1" P. M., Daily. Stops only at Fredericks
burg. Doswell, aad Ashland
Pulliiinn-Curs from New York
i M.. Daily. Stops at principal looa!
stations ami Klba. Sleeping
Car. Connects with Congress
ional Limited between New York
ami w Babington
11 >aily. except Sunday.?
4 :?> P. M., Leaves Byrd-Streel station.
sstnA. M., Arrives Byrd-Street station.
< Daily, except Sunday.)
7:1K A. m.. Leaves Elba.
BM P. m.. leaves Elita.
\. m.. Arrives Elita.
r.;(tl P. m.. Arrives Elita.
L rAYLOK. Trnftic Miuiiu'i'r.
E. T. H. MYERS, President. fe 12
EprErrivB Nov. 17, 'flo.
TBAISS LI1VB BJCBMOKD, BaOtMTttfT MTATIOB
8.50 A.M. Dally with Chair Car for Norfolk
Portsmouth, old Point. Newport
News, and local stations.
ajtt P. M. Dally, with Pullman for local sta?
tions, Newport >*ws. old Polut.
Norfolk ana Portamouth.
BVBi a. M. floral crain (except Monda.* | tot
Weat Clifton Forge. Connects
at Gordonville for <>ranira. Rap
It* an, Colpspsr. Calv, rton, Manas
At Union Station Charlot tee rills for
Lynchburg, at lissie lor Ha. srstown
and at Stauut on lor *A Inchnater.
2,16 P H. lbs Cincinnati and asa. UuSjsj l.liui
ted. dally, with Pallmaus tn cin
dnnattl. and At, Louis. 8'op. Baall
st Important stations
Conoei'ta at Ch ri ott- sville deJiy
fif Lynchburg and at Ashland foi
Lexington. Kv. and Lioalavllla
M'als served < a Dining Cars
No. 7. Loci Tram except Hun.lai
fellows shove train from Gordon*
vllls to Ht' on od
fi.30 P. M. Loeal traiu. oxcept Mauuaj t.rou.
datlon for Charlottes* til-.
I0.S0 P. M. Dally lor Cincinnati. *ni? lennis.
J. K. V. lor Hinton, and Cl ot dans ville ts
Cincinnati and Louisville tosel
served oa Ulalna-Cars. Connects a
Covington, Va.. daily for lin
TRAIN LEAVES KIUUTrJ HT. HTATION.
K.4S A. M Dally, tor Lyncubora. Lexington
and Clifton Forge. Connect* at l.reu-.
except sunday, for Roane at Ly nih
burn Dall.* with tbe Norfolk aa.
Wasters and wttb the Southern Rall
way for Southwest and Mouth at Hod
aemer Bxosrtt Sunday, for Cral*
Ci y. aad at W Clifton Forge si tl
3.3u P. M. Except Sunday l*ocal anrcmoda
U ta tor Colombia
TRAINB ARRlVr. AT RICHMOND ItUOAl
Sl'REBT STA ITON
&B0 A. H. Daily from Cincinnati,
ll 30 A. M. Dally from Norfolk nod Old Point.
S.St) P. M. Daily, from Cincinnati and l<onh
6.50 P. M. Daily from Norfolk a-d old P 1 t
7 46 P. M. Eicip Hamley fr<-m Wert ? I ftoi
TRAINS ARRI VF EIGHTH STE KIO OATIO'
?r0 A M . Exit pt sunday from Columbia.
6.46 P. M . Dally from D.vnchhurM, \a xin. to
and Cl'fi-on Forge.
JOHN D Poi I H.
Dividion Prsseugrr A- eat
[PEIDMONT AIR LINE.]
CONDENSED 3CHRDUL.K IN EFFECT. Nov.
2;O0A.M.. SOUTHERN EXl'RliHS dally fe
Danville Ureensbero Wlrston BaJem.
SI epem. Klchmond. Vu , to Danville an
tireen*bjro Connec's st Danville alt
Washington and Soothets'ern Ve?t:bol?
Limited (No. 37) carrying e'eepers. Dai
ville t > Ash-ville, Atlanta, Chattunoogi
lUruilrgbbin, MHiupbU, New Orleans, sn
Jttcksocviiie, also flrst-clasa (Uy ccaihi
b tween Waenlngton and Atlantt. la
aengere can ase thess coacbe< without ei
tra charge connectlhne made at afemph
and New Orleans for ill pulutu In Text
and Calif< rnla. S eeper open for p.hum
gera at ?.S0 P. M.
l_>:Mt P. M. K*Si MaIL dally for Atlanta ac
p.ln.s So^th. Connects tt Moseley wit
lt F AP. R.a. at Kensville for ('lark
vlils. Oxford Henderson. Dalham aad i
Urrriifboro for l.'urbam. Ka:leah and WI
ston salem Carri.s Bleepers Nea Y> i
to Atlaata and Montgomery snd fro
New Yo'k t t Jetsonville. Parlor Ci
Atlan'a to tiirminn ham.
d:00P.M.. LOCAL, daily except Banday t<
Keys ville and Intermediate points
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
6:00 A. M.. From Atlanta and Jatkaonville.
6;40 P. M., From atlanta and aukiuiu,
8:40 A. M..?Fr- m Keys'Hie.
Freight Trains will also carry pssstnpei
YORK RIVER LINE -Wkst-Iou
Train No. 10.
8.10 P.M.. LOCAL, FXPKEKS. dally exes
Munday. Stops at all stat! <as. At un
Manor connects with stage for Wa kerti
also at West-Polat with Yolk RD
Steamers for beltimore.
Train No. 16
4.45 P. M., IIALTIMOMK LIMITED, dall* i
capt Sa a day. Close connection at Wi
Point with steamer for Bal Imore.
Steamers leave Bailie- ore 6 p. m. and W
Point 6 p. m.. dally axcept Sunda*.
TraL.s torm Weat Point arrive at Rlcbmo
?.07 a. m. delly and 10.40 a. wi. daily except Si
day and Monday, and 7 00 p. m. dall* exe*
T/aln No 44.
7 20 A. M. LOCAL MiXED. dallv except Si
day. leave *J3rd St. for West Point an. Interr
Ticket office at station foot ot Virgil
street Open 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. and from ?
P. M to 2:0-1 A. M.
City ticket Offloe?00] east Matin ?* aa.
J M.CDLP, W. A I'l'Rk.
Traffic Manager. Oea'l Passenger Ai
W. H. URKKN. Oeneral Snperloteadent.
N. J O'BRIEN. Superlntendeat
OL W. CECIL, Traveling Passvnger Agent.
020 R.. Main Ht. Richmond. Va.
261 ?5c 263 W. 47th Stree
Between Broadway & 8th Ave.
For Respectable Colored Families.
Rent From $8 a Month
Electric Bella, Door Openers and Li
[ANITOR ON THE PREMISE
The well-known Adama Express
Mesaenger ia Manager of
HOUNIHAN'8 COLORED PUBLIC B.
Cor. Central Ave. A Jon uso ti St
Mi is mi
TLANTIC COAST LINK
BJ \ M .
Itel K KrrKCIIN K Tl EMMY.
JAN CARY 15. IN*.
I K KM HMOND? INION Bj|
HW A. M., Arrives IV ttSBsnr.t'BI
folk ll:* A. V
ereburg. U i \. rly anuSu
S? A. M.. Ai
ilon 1! Bl v. M . i
1:40 A. M., Jacksonville
York lo Tampa, via Jack
MP. M.. laical. Arrives Petersburg 3:IJ T M
Makes all stops
:80 P. M.. Arrives Petersburg6:M r\ M
folk K:3o p M M iki - all -
:30 P. M.. Arrives petersburg * ?M P. M.. Wei
? lon via p. m . Pa ve tte vii le B
M.. t harlest.aiO -Jf> A M Sav aniiali
?SJB A. M.. Jacksonville Ix
Port Tampa a aa r m.
s:K\\ I INF 1" MIMI.I K...K?>K(.IAJI'<>
r;?J A. M., Arriving al Aiken. Augusta I
M ..'Macon ipa M., atlanta ia: 16 P.
M Pu ll uta it > a York to
Wilmington. Charleston, Thoa
viii- neille. Port Tamps,
Aiken, Augusta and Macon
Il :2u P. M.. Arrives Petersburg lj.nl A. M..
Bur kevllls J:ii A. M., Lynch borg
4:ftft A. M.. Roanoke tl .Vi K
ll:r?u A. M. Pullman Sleeper I;
mond to Lynchburg.
12:BB A. M.. Arrives Petersburg I :H> A. M . Wel?
don IjbB a. M.. Henderson i
M.. Kal.'lgh IS; IT \ M . F.I turton
i 1' M.. Atlanta I Bl P. NI- Pull?
man slee jier Washington Ut Attauta.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND:
6:30 A. M.
From .Luk-oiivilic. Savannah.
C lia ri cst on. Atlanta. Macon, Augus?
ta, and al! points Soot li.
Flotilla special from st. Augustine,
Jacksonville Savannah ami Charles
Atlanta. Athens, Raleigh, Lynch?
burg and the W est.
H :Jjf> A. M.. i rirniuu
ll :iit. \. M.. Norfolk. Suffolk and Petersburg.
6:40 P. M., Jacksonville, Savannah. < lharleeton
Wilmington. Uoldsboro', ami all
7 :<?i P. M.. Norfolk. Suffolk. Waverly nilli Pet
IbtxlSji 'ind Lynchburg ami IBS
k:'J8 p. M., PetersburgIxwal.
T. BT, KMBBaV
J. R. KKNI I V. Tratlic Manager.
Division Passeugcr Agent.
company > 1 aJaTJBl hiv kr link
To Norfolk. Portsmouth. Old Point. Newjtort
News. Claremount, end James River landings,
and connecting al Old Point anil Norfolk for
Washington, Baltimore anil the North.
Steamer Pocahontas LbaVSB Monday. BTBB
gBaaaa abb Fbipat at 7 a. m.
Kleotric-cars direct to wharf. Fan- only $l.r*>
and 11.00 to Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point
anil Newport News. Music hy a gram! Orche*
Freight received dally from above named
iiml all jMiints in KasU-rn Virginia and
IRVIN WKI8IG1 R,
KOWARI) K. RA RN KY.
Oeasral Offices: Planters' Bank Building.
LI) DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
DAILY LINK FOR NEW YORK.
Passengers can leave Blehmoad liAlI.Y via
Chesapeake ?t><i ohio railway, at *:'?*> A. M.. or
Richmond and Petersburg railroad, (Norfolk
ami Western route) B.-00 A. M.,connecting al
Norfolk with old Dosntnion-Llne steaaaer, sail?
ing same eveniug for New York.
Al.l. WATKK BSSTB.
Steamship Old Dominion haves Richmond
every Monday al ft :<?i P. M.. for New York via
Tickets on sale al Richmond Transfer Com?
pany's, '.to:! east Main St reel ; < hesats-ake and
Ohio railway and Richmond ead Petersburg
railroad depots, and at company's odaec, wi
Main Street. B lob nana if Beaajsag* esstsBked
lui r..-? Y--ik niid ai* |>.?iiii^ uc-jrolld f."i n i-*
ahtppvd by direct steamers, sailing from Rich
mond every MONDAY AND FRIDAY.6*10 I
Also bv steamer leaving Richmond WEDNES?
DAY ISP. M. for Norfolk coiinee-.ing with steam?
er for New York.
Manifest dost d OBS hour before sailing time.
Freight received and forwarded and through
bills of lading Issued for all northern, eastern
and foreign points.
KKOM NEW TOBE.
gers can leave daily except Sunday
Ut Norfolk or Old Point Comfort, com..
with Norfolk and Western railroad or (
jH-ake and Ohio railway.
Direct Steamers (Via James River route),
leave every SATURDAY (Passengerand freight
end MONDAY, (freight only.
Sailing from company's pur. No. 'A'.. North
River foot of Benah Street, al :t li?
ll rda J igao p. m.
For further Information apply to
UKO W. Al LIN d CO., Agents.
IBU east Malu street.
W. L. Oulllaudcu, VMM President and Tramc
Manager, New York. ?
Caveats, and Trade-V. wrks obtained, and all Pat-J
ent business conducted lor Modcratc FEES.
. S. P/otKT Omer1
less lime than lboat
Oub Ornct ts Oreosm U
and we can secure patent in
remote from VVas-hington. .. _ . <
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
Itfon. We advise, if patenlsblc or not. free ol
charge. Our lee not due till patent is secured.
}A Pamphlet, "How io Obtain Patents,'" with
coat of same in the U. S. and jureijn counuiea
sent free. Address.
I opp. P?rrnT r mm-.ton, O. C. e
you won't miss
seeing JURGEN'S line of furni?
ture and Carpets
It is the biggest and best in
the city and the prices are the
Weean sell you cheap goods
or fine goods for cash or credit.
Come in and sea us.
We want your TRADE.
C. 6. Jurgen's Son,
421 E BROAD ST.
WK OR OUR DKALKRS SiaVeciS
/on machine* cheaper than yost cam
stet elsewhere. The NEW ff 02UB la
our heat, bat we make cheaperkindee
each aa the CLIMAX, I UK AL. ansi
other Hf Rh Arm Full Nickel Pl a tedi
Bevel nc machines for $1 S.00 ansi np*
Call on our agent or write na* We
want your trade, and If prleen, terna*
and square dealt ne; will win, wei will
Bare lt* W? challenge the world to
.produce a BRTTBB $50.00 Sewing
iflachlne. for fSO.OS, or a better $?0.
sewing machine for $20.00% than row
can bur from na, or our Agent**
ni nw Bin mm iachim coona
Orange, Mass. Boston, Mass. 28 Halon Sq. N.T,
(Jhlcagojll. 8t. Louis,Mo. Dallas,Tex.
? Ban Francisco, Cat Atlanta. Os. ,
^ tm<r ^_ rOBI BAH BY x_^^_;
J. H. BUSBY,
1406 E. Main St.. Richmond.Va
For Information and free Handttook write to
MUNM A CO. atl Bao.DWAT. Kaw Yob*.
Oldest bureau f??r securing patents in America.
Krerr patent taken out hy us ls brought before i
the public by a not lue given free of cnarye Iq the I
forrest e?rrulatlon of any sHenUflo paper fa tha
world. Hplandldly Illustrated,
man should l>e without lt, W
rear; $i.r*> six months. Address, m,
Vneusaaaa, BB I Uruadwar. Mew Tork Citr
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