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THE RICHMOND DISPATCH.
WHOLE NUMBER 10.434.
RICHMOND, VA.. TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 9, 1884.
THREE CENTS PER COPY.
TI1K REVOLUTION IS IMICh
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tt oo o o o o p o . s
CHM! OO OO DDT) "hd8.
? n i llmf liurltir thin week we *hsll plae- or
MM ? moil flirnntlr M Rf Ml ktn4> nf KANIA
ARTII Wt UN lb. h.Mqt The purr-hanc con
?l?'?of the catlee haling *lork nf a New York
tanti r.->.|< ltni*.rt#r. Tlil? M'.rlt wa? purrhiwMl
hy i!? ll MV-.on Ihi- <|..l!*r. *a|ti?? t>i I* rnnine
r?t.st from the fi-rclrn MIK
Oh ifi'nuiit nf Hie Onie nncerumrT for >i*rlnjt.
par ki nf. Mc fur enc b morava* lot of t -ort*, wv
may ? t lr fuiw u> plac* Hiern on wit' before
the Utter part nf the week. Oat' uotlcewlll be
?lwn In lht? parer. 8o don't t-uy any of your
fane y article* nulli you we our fi Mitta anti price*.
,|? ?>.?,? Fourth Mil Hma4 street*.
AIT POI I'S.
wait ron vs.
RR ?iii ripen In a few day* with the lax .-eel va
<\<T Am la ***** elly. It will pay yoifVi watt
anti \ Isl"
Ult I, Hr VI HorxFKKKi-KK-' CMI'IHHIM.
R Mt fTHf MliHT.
Mr. \\ . M. Min ru. f< racily "Mil St. .. ?! w ||
' li Friend*, tte V.Tu.(Tlr>t*
|H)1 Rql MAN. PRICE,
mau a co..
ttl kasi rroad street.
" , Rf B ll ?? t'
PIN-, i RHIOXS. DRES*
INl , -.- I -. i,'.nv I - .n I KANDEER*
chief-boxes, n: vnir.it kans, i.inr
l vt... ftiRTK-Mi WAIh, I LUSH EM
IOUI l? < LOARS ii >'l^> "i LIQUOR
' *-t-irtnieiit, Rt*, lo
LS, 1 ? ? IS,
mvi ki !?' miff.
i v ii ' ..m ii: in winn ii wi ik mt inn-.
MAIN Hi URTI lt III l> HA\d;.I !:? HU Ks.
? . i SOI
t i I i,!-i |i.|;mI;IH Iii l> l'\M V IIVNOKMI
t i i ?. t - it . ruMyof co t tad ooko
RI At. I ai '
|.| i ill s. i m i - |a ju KT-. TORSARDI S,
( nil. vi:-. ( il I tRETTI S. Uri HAND*
Kl l.'t Hill-. ?, tn ? :U riirf .il f if.nl..u-ly
I. ? I Vui. a. W. I.i -iM.ik the aluiill.in of all
it.!, Illfcat aa rj i-.
?ai | . i.i.i iiml in n .il han.I-..ni'
SPANISH a*4 KoCl l-l M. LA< I B" ARM
ri( III I -?
f, r I I ? I PTIONS, HM Vt III . ITIIIK ll, ot
I \ I SIM. I -? . .:.. . lc |ll MK
1 \i Ll ami rlAJIO-COTl Ra
(if ih<.e?T' ?!? in-'l "ll i"'l PAMCY EMBROID?
ERED, a karat '?' lira i.it iii baa I. . u put Inti.
. i r h li-!-. I" ??-.!? I *> i!? 11 ti*.- :iny l.?rW,i:n. -t
? 11 -i ? mu lotto.
. -I,;,..- -niulilr f?r a hiilhlay-Klft.
<il.O\ I -.
.11 HM V. lil Kl IN. KIO. DI -IK DI. I As 11 ill.
(Ml. I VMIt-sMN, PUR-LIKED, .n all
( I Ml MIHI. Kl I i ii; MK, .ii irv. N, it'..) i.tlnr
i-taiidar.Iirrail. - <f MO GLOVES.
Tl,. I I Nil Ml III t.liiVK, in all patM, I,
OM. liv .nm .1 la ta, LIM all atbw ^u|M-rl<.r
ann it-, f'i- ny i.,i > ino*
anmtlll Oaajara, rkCOOl] (.1 M INl QLOVEt
k?Wt ll, fi il ii inn- af
H. ( 1 N ll Ml HI A I IK, MILAN.i.
W II AlTINi.s
kn,I- inuM hm ai ii ow. ri.r-ii I NT -
BOSMI l? VELVET, OTTOM \N, BMBROID*
l RI li t 1 OTB. I ml "Hm I va illili-ar.- i.ffereJ
,.| -i t i main,iiud at fvt:u udu.il -u^ for
I Mlimi.K MolTII-W A-1I.
ra ? soaj*,
f f> ?'l.l? I.OMHiN Dm K, JAMAICA
HIM. RT. CROU him SOOTOR R/TdRKET,
AfTLR- ANO MAI H-liKANOV-all of very
l-l ,i.al!iy?fur nale hy
.left-Sa.TiAThOM nsCVK (TRARI ROO.
CT1-IA a n:i;i:iN?' SAUCE,
nu trow i - ii iisuiiik,
ix ii,-i,.h. with
mi AT.s,(,A?ir,tMit p, wh.sh uvKKnrrs.#.o.
JOHN HIM AN A M.N-.
f' laVfl 1) Aiteuu.
ti? KKKM II 111:ANDY. Dlort Ini
iii ,,f JAMKh 111 NNI -s h y and Of HOIK
PRRJIRt HHASOV. m w. dkii.l kUm. IrorMle
(isl AK CRANK A 00,
luU??*18?7lolrt84. de 0-Sa,TuAThl?t
? Maa'. Hm RoRRR Mock of the moat artistic
tK-?i/ii. tan t*- ft.und at
V\ ? - i li ill N-I nv A < t).>.
Oil Main (treat.
? >>.. d ft erowal of the *|,|>rt*chin?-'V-,11
i arly *eleet|.in ll adTIWhle. il- 4
MICA KINE LOT OK
\ Hil.IMA IIAMM ANO p-KKRIS'S HKEK
T 'NI. HRH,
for I hrui,m.
nj^i B t OLLBCTIOI ?? -kamivi
AHLR ti OOO*
botiK" !*?( and cheap, for .4d and young
< HIUi MAs.i (hhv u.nii? n-w *tYl??; Al.
III M., Ol -hs, \\n|;h-ltii\l>. IM.hll
lilah. IHIl-lM.-i vO.v IN)KTri<L10r4.Bi..l
?"?ny |AV(\ AIIIK l.l.sa.ntU) of prt^o'a
Mou. A rall 1.^)., li. I "
RAMXll.ru A EN(,||s!|,
M?S0-dAw_ISiW WBjn iUwI.
UT WUI8KEY8.-W0 Rsro on ksad
ai.4 offer for Mic Ute tacftwl aatortBBtni tu the
Ntale af run WHIbKEYS, RYE and bot K
?JlKiN. SMSRSM ?'??' I'lm-hd. moally, made U> wu
der and kept by tu ia hwl4 w*ti:Ik>u??*, from
kbrretouo year*old, and al moderate urina*.
<X ?-js? TnA'l hlt.t ((MAL CKANZ R CO.
?L<?K SALK, A rw'Kf.VE-HOItfK
?T IHWKR rlkl.ive ia p?,rfvt? order. Auply
mt Uitlc?.irrBUkHo?tl?w*. (k?-tt?
WHAT < AN UK HADKOK PRESENT*.
ll If un acknowledged rael Hint fie Urn"* and
hart ??iortmf?l of HOODS Koli ( HKIKi ">IAv
i'Ha>E.<iT* Save alway, t-een foun 1 kt
I MY * DAVIS'S.
Well. IM? *?? ibftr ?l.#k ,.orr>v??? tha- of
?|.y pre* low* one An lu*)>ertioa of lt alli wove
it. s.>, without an> further ittnarki, w* will *tau
thal you ran nnd?
liol.!-* ol r?erv <l. nertpti-.n. ?? lowett price r
CARTS, WASONS, M. Eli. Hs. BOCKING*
?Mm. ora ran. rsxovtpcns*, m
<Y< LES. TALLY-HO WASONS, WHEEL?
BARROWS, and MICK-IKiKXF.S;
TlVni.l. WTQTI TIBOJIH. KootE-TAR
ocni botbeb-soobe tasocm, pas*
I.OB-TA1M.KTS, and many other miutlne
Ora hm q bmmhi "f iiA\j\s,nnj which wwi
be Innnd the I lon. Creedinoor. Mule, Hunuty
Dumpty, Jolly Nerro, < btmman. Elephant
iKiu' PL-iNTivoPRE-f. magic lAv
TKIiNs, Si RPRIsE-B IKES, HLl'i'M
Mi KM. HKl.I. TELEPHONE;
TIN KITCHEN.-. >TOVEs. TIN KITCHEN
< ll IN A TEA- ?nd DINNER-SETS;
(Tl'tmi SAUCERS, MIGS, CU I'S, SAUCERS;
PLATH tn SITS;
I'.oW 1., PITCHER, tad PLATE lo match:
VASBBi MIRROR*. BISQUE ORNAMENT*,
U.K. A ST JARDINIERES complete with
,-l AMimi 1 ri. \NT>*t?7*p?lr. w .rtli lin ;
BMaaoa MU ?r ( oMH ami ?ci siiEsjn leath?
er ?rni PLUSH cases:
NAlL-SKTSli t?tr%from 75c np to M;
Ehfant JEWEL-CASES, WORK-BoXE S,
WORK-BASKETS, sad IXFANTV HAS
POWDER- ?nd PUFE-HOXE8. OOOR-OAS*!-',
HANDKERi HIKE EXTRACTS, TOILET
PIM soaps and TOM A DE";
PXrilt-WEH.HTS, INKSTANDS, PAPER
rmaocRAi'u.Ai.nrM?, at toc.ratm-u.
RUMS. SCRAP-ALIICMS, < ARD~ALB:'Ms,
MECHANICAL ToYs, miali a*. Steamboat*. tM>
motive*, Eire-I'nvluo., Dauclnr Doll*, Ure* p
ln? tan, i nig Inf Bal.W*. Walking Mules,
Domino Sur| ri f-'tnjci?t>k lo wc them;
Mimt.-.I Top*. Harmonica, Mnrtr-Roxca,
ll,>rn?. Cornela,Tromi-ono, Clarinet*. Mu deal
All.nm-., i.run.lu. Pianos, lianjoa and Vio?
lin'. Iron Trains., Cari*, sad-Iron*. Anima!*,
Ow filly kliuld of TIN ToVS-Hot-AIr Tov?,
Chime* ami ? lilitu-lliK.pi, Circus Hit i
Carl*. Kariu-Ynrdm and Kxhlliltlon XX'a,".in;
TKLXPHORRS, IiAI.yamc BATTBBIBS,
JACK STRAWS, AlRollATS, SOLITAIRE,
THEBMOMEI I I:*:
cbeedmori 1.1 n-. p.illdozkr ms-.
H'lilM. l.l NS. POPlil RS, SWORDS. PU.
TOLA, PAP1 I! CAPS, Bad URI Ms;
RAI KO AVMoVROARD-. < HBCKEB* and
CH ESS-BOA EDS Bad MEN;
< IIRISTllAtM Aims from lr. up I..4J;
W III 1 INS-DESKS (rnni .'.Cr. uptoBH;
Ml MOBANDUM-BOOKS, DIARIES, POCKET?
BOOKS, POSSES) i \i:i)-c\sr:s, and
rRAXSPABERT ELATES, STEREOSCOPE)
\nd \  \W;
PYJ II Kim KIND* Of (iAMK.S. nmny MW
j?.t lauwl'i':-."'j w,''':iJ "til taraLji
.?in.ii.riiK ll f"r whch faml);.-;
Aa eternal uaortawal of stationer V ia piala
and fan. v boXMi
papii i.'-uai iii-: riiAl v.c'.i:i>-i!rcKiVEK ..
ll. ll Ki.-liol.Ul i>. ( H. V!'-t A-K- AMI
HATCH-SAFF.B, MfOXBRS1 -I ,\M?s.ASif?
Clint rh. *.i ni i.i mi v> r a '..i i
ii MTAN10M*, l..\l)ll>- ASK (.KNTI.K
- URI ?-i\i,.i A-l -;
An iii rant ??ntlll al ot BO ?;i> il Minti
1. ? wll' I
BOOK-HHELVISi BABT-CABRUGM, PtW
M ir R?, LITHEKSi MCrOLOPHONU,
X^ I nl'lloNl. KAZOO, sin l.l.-P. HU:
CHIM-IMA"- TRKE-HOLIIRM, TBEK-POW
1>H;. i HRISTMAS TBK1 ORrfAXRM I's in
? i \.iii:. \ i.i,:iii i ui. Sn-thf BIKO ANO
si 'Alt oRNAMCNT*.;
RLBBXR BALLS. RI BBEB DOLLS, aaw RUB?
HABBLK8 of all kimK: TOY WATCHES, TOV
CLOCKS. BOXES OF PAINTS ;
El 1IMTII:K- -urii :,- . RAULESi BOKBAItB
BIORBOABDS, CHAIRS, I.ol Nt,Ks. BED.
STI ADS, aaa TABL1 Sj
M m Ml li TO! S. C W kRD BALL, Ol MK
HOOPS, p.attt.i door, siirni.Ki >< \.
Wlill-s \N1> ( AXED, Bl ELDING BLOCKS,
ALPHABET BLOCKS.ACEOBAT BLOI Ks.
W IMi-MII.I.s. BO, #r. ;
Read MO Mill MN BM Bl MTU KT GOODS, PAXCT
QOUOS, CABPETS, CLOAKS, &>.., whlrb
?lll : j.j Mf In ti.-ii.oir..W> pa] ? -.
I.KVY * OATIE,
w__1017 aad tOISMalaMtaoL
T I \ 1 ii i: I I 1 K'S.
ll il \s cns i BlTXBBAIXl AiKN'oW'i,
I lu.I l> THAT OCR sum K Of LADIES'AND
CHILIHIKNS CLOAKS ls HIE CIIEA!I>-I IN
lin tin. KETBBTHBLBBS, WK HATE
M 101 si ILL IT LI lil I
R I D 17 OT IO X li
THIS BITING ol TB PATRONS THK HKVK
HT ol LOW PBI< is AT A TIMK WIIKN
CLOAKSABK NEEDED, INSTEAD oKWAIT
INO lll.l.l HRIslM \s HAS PASSED.
Al l-U.Ml RI -viv V CIRCULARS, with
All -WOOL NI WMARKETSat.?7 75
WALK1KO-JACKETBal .tl 45
PLUSH < OATS) Md] a IVwltft at.T8 00
li. I MABBM.Half DrtMa
RXTBAOBDINABT REDUCTIONS IN
PRU I* Ol tuon k eOODSFOB HOLIDAV
PBBSBBTS.AND BEBEBT WKWii.n.lVK
A 'SI (,(,!.vi ION LIST" Or' SlITABLE
\1.in I l v r .IMIol.lDAY PBXBCN I-:
Mn Haattmhtcfa, i Doll*,
K'.l bli >? ll I ???Irv.
Km hroidcred Wl-i- w.i L Boxea,
i i>f,ir-l a-<?.
1 ur-inp i,]..ms,
AiiniKnii li Alliums.
I i:. Ila,
\ I l:lli-,
1 nilii.iui -d l'lu-Cw->h
i .1 let-Si ?
I.tn ?? ( urUlllis,
i-hi-.li val. li.!-,
lin Xii.!! .
Mik I ml.n Mis,
WI ALSO INVITE ATTENTION TO THE
IIARl.AINs WE ARK OEEERINli IN DBfJBI
I.<>i'I iv, SILKS, YKLVKTv AND VK1.VK
III Nv, El XNN'Mv. HOMKbTMS. SHEET
IN. fB, HOSIERY, I NUKRWEAR. AND ALL
KjBtTBOi V"l'"Ns. LKVIHK.XTEK,
t.l.lTL Rl'7 HllllAIi STKRKT.
1 now have tn More the
I. xi.'i.is'. and FINEST HOCK Of BOOH
.\.i ?:.<?? ii lu llii- illy.i'onnliillu/of
III Ni.XRIAN. COBH!<? ERAN/ IINJIfUl,
AXJ0BO1 Al Dtiivoi n BOOM,
AND ALI. THE OTHER V .VU. I IKS IN
E. II. TAYLOR.
de 7_IOU Malntinsd.
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
PRESENTS IX CHINk AND GLASS.
deS-eodUal SOS Mit Broad nt root.
STYLISH AND ATTKAlTIVK Hol.I
DAV UOODS AND NOVELTIES.
Tollrt-f aw*. DreaaliMf-i ane?. Bruah aud Comb
Ma, Travellluir-CaH,-,., Sliatlux-Catea, Intuit.'
Caar*. Odur-Cuaca, I'wkei Ni'<-**alre?, Manicure
-,i I,..vi- and lUlolk. relit, f-ltii.s tn pl'i.li,
Diororr.i. alllmtor. and <<>rkw.?Ml; Col!u|.,i.|
Unod*, Jewelry-Ca*n?. I'o.'kat Toilet-Can-*. T"!l<?
MMOiClirar Cate*. l'eo-W1per*.SchnlAr>'Ciinipan
lou*.Pii?-ll"\??. *? ? All new rood*and very at>
Harli... L. WAI.XML DruifKlai.
deS-Sl* i oi mt V...U, ?.,.| |tr.*.| .treen,
JL'HT AHItlVKD, AT TUB,^ ^-^
foal of Elt*tr??lt;i ^t^f?l. ill. flfl ???'
?rh.N,urr Brno, will) 4 load if llYS-N^faApJr
TERK.whlebwill be (old at ?5f. nar ^^T
yallon, opaaad. All i?rH.? dealrlng lo ?uupHr
ll??ni?H**?wlUiaSr?t-c!?>arilcU' w.>?H do wwii
loralUwrty. M. F. bIMNONSON.
Sww-*8 IP Ot
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77 n a L ? 5 re.
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BBB BER "SR* T
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We > pilnarlly uk do helter commendation of;
Individual tl an that he be dc utily recommend
by those who. tuvrl'r In >"U him from earlv youl
han-had or pert unit lt* for fatnlli.tr ac inalntan
at home. Jndfrd by ttl* severe standard,
BRR BRR OO W tr W ???? K ? sM
JtBR* BBB* 8 8 WW WW ?>N ht
BBB I fi OO
WW N NN .
w n uk "ri
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BBB HT T RR RRR ?SH
BB HT TN RRa
BBB II T T REI R K TW
stand* out In Imbi prominence .-iinnmr pmprl'-tar
remedies as lt e one which I* MosT POPULAR A
HOME. Iii rl|Mi)Btcd Bnd has nlwayi tieeu pr.
pared In Kulti more, lt* proprietors are number.
sm, mn Rall Imore's oiliest sud tiest-ktiown cl tl ten
Their reputation waa ?nffklent guaranty of.lls pur
ty and worth M secure font st; Introduction then
t.enulne merit lin, dom the re,t. To-day no pr
t'.iritii ti ls .?o fnv.ir.ihlT known In Baltimore .
BEOR Rt IKoN BITTRR*. Leading physiclaui
popular clergymen, and prominent clllzi ns Join I
i i.dot-ing ll?ttie-Ir endorsement, too, lt. heany au
Fi. Int wi eft! Hu lt -tlmonvof prominent Rait
mon Kn-. In our next announcement we -hall gi \
tl.i oplLlm ? of badine Jliiltiinori- druggists:
I.tiiiitirl Olltlng*. <ne of the woMihlest rctlr.
nnrchMiis if llaltlmorc. and known pi rhap-i t
ir.f'r'ititlic population of U.C elly, My-:
?? t 6o ni: etti u vvutur. mi ,ipii',!ort on uteli sn1
Kit., bul I tntt-t say I nod word f..r Brown'
Iron Billen, ll lavery stn ngthciiing; and cr
l.-ili.ly ?Wi dlae-ilon. Iii bot, lt i-il g.* d il,:ng.
r'. R. Carter, one ol' llalttiut.j
cltlzi m. now l-u-Iiit?.- ;n, n.ip r of Hu- /.'rein
" I have ti ed Rn-wu's Iron Hitters in my r.ini'lt
aid nm Hilly WIISBCd Ital ll will do all tint'
clam,,.! far it. I ci riilady re --.mu iii-in I lt U? a
|i noni rt.|ulringa leMattc bMte."
A. P. .lump, !-?(.. ei.e ol Un kadlii.- iiie.iit.er
Of the llaltlmt re har. ?
? I ' o liol Rmwn's Iron Hitter- in riv Atfltlrj
sm! tr.ii pleasure in saving tkc effect apo* ti.
system waa lo give lt tone and -tienulli. and gt ne
tal lu m. lit to UM tarty u-lng lt."
( oh ml Tl inna- \\ ii- -i. 154 north Mount -ti eel
'? Brown's Iron Hitlers has bora us tl tn mv fun
Hy witt iiii?t satisfactory malt*, i consider I tai
tn\ doable n i.ly tor indige-llon aui eon?llpa
Roo, lu -Idt I ticing a sift and rcll.ildi inti,-."
Ol..I. I). Suthi r!..inl. ?."'.ii ta-t MOMHM ut -Ire I
a well-known dent l-l, says:
"Having used Riown'- lum Hitter* In my furn
liv, I take | len-uie in recommending |i In ci-- . ,
dyareaake- ladiaeetlos), and soi tr.ii debility, ?n
a* a tirst-rlii.,* pen gtt.cn I ag tonic."
Ol. .1. K, Heard,a leading physician of north
east Ilaitinn rc, raiding at Jit; east Muiiiineu
-Ireit, ays I
"lu?e Brown- Iron lil", tl in mv practice,
niter saw a inidicine Mi vt promptly ind ilv
Met food resui's, .-md I tl" not know of an* pn-pa
ratiiui ihit iffoku s-i mach atl r nina."
Hiv -i. T. Roaster, flu beam*, pa-I Of "f Hi
First Ilefoi nie.I I -burch. I r.lvir: -trn I nc ir Rf ld
thu* bears testimony to Hie merit- ..f Hr own'- Inn
?' Huting n-td Rroan". Imo Hitters for dy-ni |.
ria and Indigestion, 1 take grant ptataanln reeom
nu titling lt highly f.i- inc-i- ir u'.l.-. I also con
Miler lt a splendid tonic a,ni Int igorai'r and vcr'
HM ngtlidillig to HM debilitated -v-teiu ''
Alvin Robertson, PW -idi-nt ncud Ilranch Cit]
< o;in< !?, ,ays:
?lu-t Drown'* Iron Ritter.* In my family and I
know ii l? a reliaiih remedy, poi wt rt na maa]
i Aieiii ni virtue*. I alway, recommend lt to mj
11 lend-, and lt has ncTiiryet failed login- -ali*fjc
Or. .1. SetWOrtaa, tlruggl-t, Druld-IIIII aveiiin
.-ind Hiddle street, say* :
"Wini my cii-tomers a-k me to g've them i
reliable remedy tor dyspepsia. Ind lu-stum, am
,illly, or a inn- tonie and inviatoraior
I throe* recommend Brown*! Iron Hitters, n
lire* Ul ' li* and build! np Ihc el In hied colislltu
li, n and infuse, mw li le. '
Re*/, I liiiitiid 1 )l-ln r. tin Mooed pastor of *H
Viinint'- I atholl,- chun!, Fri.nt t-trcet, sbon
IlHltliuon, - it- ?
"I am using Brown's Iron Hitter* with Tefl
gm ' I n -ult r: it mt koorain Hie enervated if mm
tieati-, newetrenftn.and ont?? e up ihcap|ietlie
lt I- undoiihledly a wliwild tonic."
Or. F. Hall Hu'lt die, Hiing at K'8 Almultl
Mr.11. ni c of thc liiottt widely-known pht-lcive
in l.:.-t H illimere. uti of Brown*! Iron Hiller-.
'? 1 do md know any better prepaiutlou. 1 use ll
In my practice.and hm- Iwopatleau taking ii
now; i ne a nu,ng man lu t nc -n. ring iroiu a se?
vere nttat k of malarial fever, and the oilier a lad]
-11IT, rIno lu,ui gineroi dthilttyuud nervous proa.
.samuel Ci niter, occiinvlng an Importint no l
tlon with Hie Wcsli rn Inion lelegrapti I 'oinjianv
rtaltttnore and Calvert stint*, sat-:
"At times 1 foi I all nut ni"-ort- lore my ap|ie'lti?
ge! nervous, and -utiei vt ry in indi With headache,
lalwavskiep Urown's Iron Billers OH hun!,an
hate never known ll lo fall In afordlDff rt I.id. I
11. - ni: ? nd litt.ail my fi lend*, li I. .-, -idi ??!,;!.
Or. Irwin H. Kldenllce, Columhiii avenue stn:
Fn limnt ?treat, sat-:
" I would r-C'im-'id Brown's Ina Ililli r- In
ni! easel .tana mic debility and where a toiilt ol
apt tue, ls wanted."
Frank ll Hrady, of Urndy's M,?e Kmportuin
i7i weil Rallliiii-n strut, ?effaced fiotu ily-in p-u
ai.tl in t\oii-iii *-. He used Iliuwn's Iron Hitters
ul".ut which he *;it s:
"After taking one bottle I felt twenty yean
veunger. I am a well man now. I know u least *
th /en pc | le Iii thl, nvlghlioitciHl wini are u-'n?
ll, and all >|nak ol lt In Ike hlghe-t torin-."
< hades H. Masterman. OfakTatOt of thc WoOttfl
In nu Ti ita- ra ph Coin pauy.n.dtiinore and Calrerl
?? i have sum-red awfullv (rom chronic dys|iepslii
and Indigestion, amt could Hud n>thluf loafTin!
mr ri lief until I tried Brown** Ir-m Hitters. ]
lian inly leen laking lt s -hort while, but am ah
ready Au per cent, better, Bud feel convinced ll
will cun: me."
Dr. J. William VV'.hh, who resides at4S)3 west
lavi tic -ir. ii. speaks lu the b'g.V.,l terms ot
HrownV lion Hilbirs. We quote his own words:
?' I bate used Bmwn's Iron Ritter*, and Its cfTeri
waa all] roald desire. M> walter, whoUuulu
an aced lady, also u-e.l lt for ludlirestlon and dys
i . I - -a. ami ii did her more rood IhanativtlituK-bi
bal. ever taken. I highly rerommeud lt-'"
Lieutenant Thomas F. Fantail, of the Southern
Polite District, say*:
" My wife ard mu were so gnat Iv 1? iicfltM l.y
the use of Hi own'* I mn Hitters, I take pleasure lu
rt ?? ?: iniueudliig lt."
William ll. Ma-tor man, chief clerk Western
I'nloii Ti legra! li oiBee,corner KalUmore at. I Cal?
vert-iret U, wyi:
" Eor yt ar* I hare been a sufferer from Indigest?
ion and Heartburn. Urown's Iron Rltti rs ha-cum:
me aim usmc only one lunn,-.''
Kt v. XV. ll, Chapman. Presiding Kider Methodist
Episcopal ( burch, redding; ul liol Hartford ave
i- u< i.v-;
" I deem Brown's Iron Bitters a most valuahlt
Ionic Raj general lll-heallh."
i,i, ige .1. i.r, nun, S70 north Broadway, wyi:
?ni, ',. itu of Hrown's iron Bluers cured mt
nf a wTiiecaseof constipation, tlvlux inmedlaU
P. (,.Ua*|iarl, thc well-known Importer at No,
: Calvert street, sa vs:
"1 e.uisldrr Rrown's Iron Bitten the very beal
tm.lc I have ever used, lt will prove a tpleudid
re tut dy lu case* nf dehilluilon and general woak
nts*. I would recommend lt to auy out."
Dr. Jehu Morrl*, 5 Franklin street, wy*:
" Brown'* Iron Billers Isa splendid medicine,
Many ol'my patients are ualtif lt fur dy-|i?-psla,
mi,hit v, and malarial dl-urdur,. When I Hud
ihov n--inn? a i?.....) tonie 11st tiiem take Urowu'i
lion I-nit is. '
Vr>. Jtnt.tii.. in th.-r of the well-known physl
rlau, Dr. 11 lu Jenkin,, Calli, hal and Mulberry
tin, is. says:
- 1 au eighty-five years of see. and naturally
feel th* tu firm 11.,?* of advanced Tile 1 eau mace
n. v ' and ni mi my In arl and l-.;.r palimony to Un
ni taw Of Brown , Ino Hitter*, lu eBe, t upon
tue ls almost lingual."
.1 aim* H. Alford, of Um Insurance Arm ol
limes E. Alford A con, 30 Pott-OOce avenue,
- I have bea n u.lng Brown's Iron Bitters for i ri -
Jls, si, u ami must *ay have found mon- relief
tad comfort from lt than tn.rn an)thing 1 have
Carrol! Eura*, a wi ll known newspaper man,
?cum- ted with the .l.o'ricnn, tay*:
"I am using Rn.wu's Ima Rlttors ead have
reallied a decided Improvement la my reueral
Mrs. D I* Harnetu, wife of Cantala Barnetts),
K wistari t r xaatlner Public Schools of Beltimore
" I bare nstO Brown's Iron Bitten for the ehlRa,
rnm whit b I satrred for Sve moat***, and lt did
ne niora fe?o<Oteu ail oilier medicines I had
alton." de s-lt
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
TUE HO CHE OF CORRECTION.
War Akoat the TbSbsSmM 111 Board af
The regular monthly meeline of the
Hoard of Aldermen wa* held in thc Coun?
cil chamber yesterday urning at 7 o'clock.
1ho following member* were present:
Mr J,. ] Bnw. prMdi nt, and Messrs.
Barsdale. Borwafl, chaffin. <Tcn?haxv.
Crump. Dickerson, Olaa^ow, Gunn, Pase.
Power*, Koblnaor, Ro?e, Taylor, and Wil?
The mioutcs of the previous meeting
wen- read, approved, and signed hy the
ir.-id. nt. ?
Strertt.:?Resolution MaxaMBS IBS peti?
tion of John Ender* for the opening ot an
nllry on Franklin and Fifth street*.
HF.CBBSD.WfJSBBBSBt, Mr. Crump. In
I ? 'half of Mr. Ca Ml, asked that thc report
he laid on thc (aide.
.Mr. irensbaw said, while willing to
oblige .Mr. I'ubell, he could not nee that
"nyihinK could he sained by laying the
fjucatlon on thc table. It was a question
of law that waa verv pointed.
Mr. Dickerton called for thc .eadine of
the clunion of the City Attorney upon thia
question, the Attorney Msg opposed, and
citing strSRS rBSSSSS for ha* ??me.
Mr. Page asked for the reading of an
opinion furnished Bf Judge E. II. Fitz
hujrh, also adverse tn the peotlon.
Mr.'(..toffo**-1?irt<l ihst tho f.*ewa-'so
plain that he thought Mr. Cm mp ought to
take the liUrty of actina: for his colleague.
Mr. Crump told lt wa* n question ujwn
which he did not knoxv how to vote. There
waa a wide difference of opinion In the
Street Committee, and he thought it a
courtesy to Mr. Ender* to postpone action.
Mr. Towera could not see that delay tva*
necessary. It waa a plain question.
The motion to postpone wak lout, and thc
molution wu* adopted.
HOISE OF C0KRKCT10.N.
On motion of Mr. William* the rule*
were suspended and the Board listened to
Judge George L. Christian, who, ai ch dr?
inan of a committee from a meetinir of
citizens helli recently, presented a memo?
rial asking for the i -i.it.ii -Inn.-nt of a borne
Judge Christian explained the difference
in thia petition from other*, pointing out
ita dlslntcristcdness a* a special feature.
and citing the high character of the peti?
tioners and (he noble object aimed alto
prove thc claims of Its merit.
In farciful, brief, and |K?inted tenn*
JiiiIlc < hri-lian talked alioul the city j iii:
it-, tlirn- departments?one for xvhlte and
one for Black males, and one for xvlnte and
Mart IcssaJei iiiili-crii.ilnatoly. The dr -
prratiofl and utter itu 111 Mil? III the de?
pravity ol those xv ho become steeped In
crime ?a? alluded tn bj tbs Judge, and tbs
dreadful inline rue mel people rSCffNM
ni * n 1BSSC with xx lu.i)i IBM >? nile in ???in?
tact. Ile vnid he bettered thc Inttftntlon
xvould be a rjQhlte benefaction, and bo be*
Ji<-yid (bc petition rsl"cieil the unanimous
sentiment of thc community.
In reply to a natal MB from Mr. i.li
gow, JodEC < liriMinn - lid lie believed the
I n ''nt city j.ill. with it? pp -<n; surround?
ings.was entirely unlit for uni ni Iw-tntrs to
occupy. He believed that lb" (Itt* Rt r
grunt did everything tint thc hw pul
within his r< adi in sra r lOBMBO ptbsJBBJ s
coiiifortable. No ventilation and a crowd
i ii coniiitinn of iiiinafc-, and a Beesssary
<i.itten ol tiitb, were? .led a- an laerltablfl
adjunct of th'- pn sent jail.
BOSMBMSIBftl xv.u:I il to IBOWtftbS
house of correction and thc jail c> lld be
worked conjunctly, and other question*
iqnally irrelevant were propounded and
BMwered xx iib sound SNBMJ by Judge
The following revolution WSJ BnVtrlftf]:
??That a eoornlrtte bc ippolnted?to is?
lon-tituted ss follows: tin rjjfdnaanof tbs
Finance Cnmmitcc, ol Ibc Coiuinitti??? SB
Belief of the Poor, of tbs Committee oe
Retrenchment and Before*, of Grosmda
and Buildings, xxitb tliri ?? of thc Common
? utrnc.ll m.d two of tm lt ard ol Alder*
tm ti?x\ boss duty ii viiaii beta report to
tbs City Council thc following bjfoffjf*
"l-t. What would be thc OOSl of IBS
ground upon xx billi to er.it -n.-li an in-ti
tiitioii, and lbs COSl Of thc building|
"?Jd. What xvould likely bc the number
Ol inmate* in lbs (-Lablivhini nt the tir-t
x i ur after if? conipb Hon, and xvhat xvould
ioti.e annual coat of lu laalntaaMiirai.'sari
to submit a plan upon which Um awSSMy
?bould bc r.ii-(d fur ibc cn ottos of ssas
li. u-e of corn i timi and reform, and a pisa
lorita annual rapport, and loeb otb) r in?
formation as Ibex BOO] deni psfttBSBt to
lb f> rn ii tc the Fina.nv Committee.
xiii. aP.xms's IALABT.
Mr. Bark-dale, from thc Committee on
Light, .iiibmitfed thc following report
fruin thc committee, and BB OlttWISUCC to
carry out thc views ol th. loinmittee:
BstSUSONB, December C. Is\s4.
7'n Hm /'numil ff dir City of Richmond:
(imtlemcn,?The Committee on Light
unanimously reconimcnd for tour adoption
UM following ordinaire, fixing the -alary
of the fnrunan of thc lower gas Wort I at
11,300 per annum. Tbts recommendation
i> made in simple recognition of the pre*
.nil OCeupSBl nf tbs >?i)i'i'. wboss faithful,
industrious, and intelligent discharge of
the very reapoakiblc diitie- of thc poaition
einin. n'tlv intltlc hun to Ik- suitaldy
compensated bv thc city wbosc
interests bs bas served BO will.
Thc present coinpi-n-alion is not ids*
ouatc for ibc tabor pertsr*oed, let alone
the responsibility, and if it was in the
I ow'nf poor committee, they would not
betttatc to Saabs tbs Ibchsss srbieb ws
iisviire your hoimratile body ls ?? rtnn'x
(li-irxul. Thc | n-i nt -.iliry i? 91,800,
and v\c a-k that tin- nrdiiiancc prnpn-ing
tbs iiicriH-i' bs referred to tbs CoBMtrlttec
mi FiiiHiice, xvith thc rsOjtMSl thal tbej
Bike I tl.omiiL'b evaniinutinn nf UM i|U.
?ion willi a xiexv to a-ivrLiiniii", the ? lli?
dem x ol tbs [Ti-ent ii < uiii'iiTit and tbs
laborious work performed by him fros*
betweea tl"' boon of 0 and ii In the in. ru?
ing until late at night.
Veiv n-peetlully. W. K. Bowie,
chairman Comniittee nn Light.
Thc repoti sss rsierred to thc Finance
XEW OBUABf EXPOSITION'.
Tbs Board erncuired hi tbs aciion of tbs
0 litn-il. xvbiih appropriated bTtydoflsnlor
thc pejipooe of -etiding ii pbotograpli of
our school buildings, thc etty of Kiclimnnd,
and di awing* SBdWOffkl M proficiency of
public-scijesil acholars, to Hie JleW Ort an
BOARD or HEALTH.
The Council concurred in thc r.volutinti
appropriating BM to pay thc ajBtSSBC ol
Dr. Culiell, president of the Board of
Heallh of the city, while attending Ibc
Cniifi renee of the National Board ol
Health, and thc revolution authorizing tin
th-tnicti'in of thc bedding, ki:., at UM
THE CLAT TEI.ErBO.VE.
The ordinance passed by the Common
Council without BMaSBt* allowing thc CUT
II ii | imni Company to operate linea In thc
city, was re|>ortcd.
Mr. Glasgow opposed the ordinance, ind
said that some of the citizens who advo?
cated IBS BMBSarS did not understand the
matter as well us bc dbl. and that a leading
citizen had told bim a- min li, emphasizing
Hie expression by saying that he did not
want bis name to inti ut ncc bia vote in thc
Mr. Glasgow went into a legal argu?
ment to show the inadvisability ol passing
the ordinance, and uwelt at length on this
branch of the auhjeef.
Mr. Taylor aent up a petition from a
large tiumber ol thc leading citizens, luni
nes?-men ol the city, asking that the Clay
telephone be allowed thc right to operate
In the city.
Mr. Chaffin ?aid he was surprised at Mr.
At this point the cbafiman interrupted
Mr. ( baffin to red a communication from
the Chamber of Commerce, sent through
its secretary, and asking the City Council
to accord the Clay telephone the right t<>
run ita lines In (be city.
Mr. l'age at this point offered the fol?
lowing amendment :
" That the aald company, should it at
any time cease to operate its Irsoehise,
whatever may be thc cause ol such cessa?
tion, aball within lour weeka thereafter, on
tbs. order ol thc City Engineer, remove the
poles ?o aet up by ii and aball restore to
proper condition the atreeta from which
they are moved, ali at the coat of said com
??That the wid company ?hall, before ti
?ball commence work under thia ord1 nan- c.
enter Into proper bond, with security ap?
proved hy the president ol both blanche*
01 tbs City Council sad by tbs city aiton
nert in (be penalty ol tii.OOO, anti condi?
"I. To cirrr nut and perform the c.mdi
tlor* of th<* ordinance; anti,
?'*. To Indemnify the cite nf IMehmond
ind all and er yeral the rnitMerilteni to said
company tn said city against all loo* or
damare which shill or mae accrue by rea
?op of the introduction or use of said Clay
Mr. Chaffin, conllnr.lnr, ?itd that the pe?
tition wit* signed by the beat met, In the
"ty, and that eight tenth* of them were
fut*'ril.er* (0 ,hr p^jj Telephone Cvm
pany. Mr. (Juvs^ow'a assumption in the
premise* wan an insult to the Intelllirr-nco
ol Ibo n11in, rou. petitioners, composed of
ttf leiriinK men In all brnneheu of bust
nee*, amt harked by Ute Chnmiier of Coro
metcr. The Council hld nothing to do
with the lan..mis between rivttl corarsv
ntea. .Mr. ( bnfTin ho-ied that the ordi?
nance, without amendment, would bc
Mr. Taylor, who voted apiinst the
ordinance at a previous meetioE. ex?
plained that he did ?o In order to allow tlie
?uit lt ivvtf n tin rival companies to be set?
tled. lt bad not been, and he didn't be?
lieve it ever would be. Ho denounced Mi ?
present telephone system, alluding to Its
roimagii r as a man who " had more cheek
than a f lovernnu nt mule." As soon as he
cot a monopoly, tip would g*o price*.
Mr. Hurvv.ll. bj view of the *tr. n-fh of
the petition and '.be recommendation of
theCtiatub. r of Commerce, did not think
lt rt>rkt tor the Council to prevent the peo?
ple from a< tin? a* they desired in the con?
duct of Up )r private aftalrs. The Council
i ,(' IK.: i nt iLtelf UL A* tte ?elf..in|..iiiiO*|
tnnrilnii of the reorV tn such matter* of
private tinportanre. petitioned bv so tmnv
public-spirited people and the Chamber of
Mr. Williams said thc Council was not
the jzunnlian of tlie people's private rights,
nor were the people city |. ji-l itm -. |fr>
did not like the iden of rocoenu-ini; petition*
when opj/oscd by the |BjgtRtnl of the
Mr. I'ajre spoke In advocacy of bis
resolution and the adoption of thc ordi?
nance. He wanted to *ie the exchange es?
tablished and tbc city protcctv-'d at the same
Mr. Harksdale agreed entirely with Mr.
Biirwe||. He .aid it would be tapoattMl
IO tat Bp Mich another list of pet tionir* in
tlie t itv. Ile wanted every companv plan tl
upon the same footing-. He wan for free
trude. If the Cl.iv Company MRS made to
(.nye bond, the Hill slimi'd also.
Mr. Dickerson opposed the ordinance,
but boped the amendment would Pt
Mr. Crump sahl that if the people wanted
lin telephone, and it was manifest that they
did. it should be trutes] tluin.
Mr. Page i-illi'd the prwedlBR FJIMStloO,
which wa-tim ami tidtuctil mVered hf Mr.
Psge. Tbs kynestfot was put and lbs
ann-ndment wa* agreed to.
Thc ordinance as amended was unani
Mr. Gunn present, ,1 | petition from thc
KiiiK-v Tobiieco Company, of New Y'irk,
n questing tbs < tatnell to order thesratlinir
nf Tw(!tilv--i\th nr.-.-f t'toni Main ls) ('arv
lo conform to the crude of Twenty-fifth
-in it from Main lo (arv. The pettMotl
aral ri fericd to the Committee nfl Stn et*.
Mr Powtfl offload t res ilution rv
iniliiirsini: H. K. Lee i' imp fur Sjas-Mtl for
Un- I i-t nar, BBBOOntUltofMQ. R ferred
A E11 ? ' '7.7. KA ?li EX n i SI Tl I > Jr*.
I x li, tnt nf lllctiiituud (itv Pn'dicN, hool
Wcrk-Whai Ur Mill shaw.
The < itv School I! uni. thruiuh Mr. E.
M. Garnett, snjn rino-tuleiit, has prrparefj
for exoil itioo al the New Orleans Ltspoaf*
tion the followiog stbool inform dim :
(I) A larne whip nf Hie city of Richmond,
2x3 feet In size, showing all thc nicies BRO
Imiiiids of th, eily ami the name* of th ?
prindpoJ streets, tito the bu anon of each
of the fourteen public-school huildin,-* in
Hie city, niiii iliiminu lbs Iniuttil.iri, - sf
ia, !i -ciiiuil district. T'hc map i* well tot?
ten BB) BB4 beautiful!) Colored, executed
hy A. U West, arcldtii-t.
(Ii; A brice phott's'niih Ol BBCO KRO0f>
bUUflitf, 10x11 mellis iii size. I Ml etch of
IbC pliolotiaphs i< tu trk'-l in 'i' mian ttEt
the tjBflM of the building. On turee of Un
photograph* is thc following liiseripttofl:
?*Central M.I. fornier rwidetMMi of MM
Bob. JetTersoR Darla, Pmtdrflt of t in
Confederate Mat.*;" "Valley Bebool,
fortniii.' tbs? Laaeaateriaa Sci.o' i.:?
[mr itt d February --. Dili,?Fir-t Fret
school la Virginia;" ** Navy -If ill febflol,
fonnerly Pwoal Marshal's OfBea sf Um
L'onfeflerate stab ."
(II) Flail* nf dia.'i'iiii* for _'rimtnitif:il
m. ivsi-i Mid |iliii? fer drawing imps, r*ted
ti toe 1'iil'li' acoooll of Bkbtnotid for the
|i;ist tefl tears.
(I) I'entili ton's arithmetical cards, con
laining exam) l< * for addition, subtraction,
ntiliipii'.'itiiiii. and division, by Profeaaor
*. T. l'cndleton, principal ot Central
(5) Some s[H'cimen m.ifrs and diagrams
if grammar i'iaiy-i? taken fruin tin- daily
\ork of thc s,-hoiils doling the present si?
((,) Outline of grided course of study In
i'rimarv, Qnaifl ir, and High school*.and
lupejintendent's foorteentb annual re?
in, with examination (|tl(stions Used dil
iflst the pa-t session nf WS Wbotkft,
(") F'our lar^e bound volume* sf BR*pB,
Irawn entirely from BMmory, by the pupils
d the white and colored school*, l'lc-f
naps arc splendid ipr rimons of drawing
The exhibit of thc BlebBlond MbiMMS I
v ill c. inparc favorably with tbOSS of any j
cbools Vd'tli o' South, and retlcct credit j
ti the llbmlitf of the City Co ii tm ii of
tn lin.'did. _
ste.uni *li illili Talk.
The ronrst of medical talks at the 'COOM
if the Yoong Men's Christian A--." uti -.i
* proving* vi-rv popular, lt wa* o|>enfii
,n the 'Jotb ii limo with an inUrefttflg
icture mi " I'.i tv-ll:iild;'i-" hy Dr. Mi?
llan*.. The m. .md ?? Talk " will be given
O-Blgbi at 0-10 by Dr. Thoma- Urea?Ol
il. II. < . s.?lobb ct. ?? Amateur Blirgnry
ir, Btw rgCMtettnd How to Mttf Thciu.''
ky. Greaves has had wide cxpcrii-ne,' ha
iis *|'. .iilty, tavtng stient some tun" in
he I.,,rol'in ho-pitaU, and his lecture will
ie sur, to Ik- bo'th intiTcstins,' and In-Inif
ive. The secretary of the Association ha.*
! Iiniittd number of ticket*, which tte Mill
list ot "f graft* to JORRg men who di-m
( ImnilK r of I .iiiiiiurcf.
Tim reoular monthly meetiiur cf the
loard of Director" of thc Cbaiulsr of Com
1. 1.1 will bc held Thursday evening;.
Tlie Comnilttio on Kooma have signed a
, mr at t with the III nh nits National Hank
of live yea!-' ls -c nf two rooms in thc
Tbs rooms aie on the third floor, north
vi -t coiner, and have windows opening
,ii Main street and Eleventh street. Tuc
?I, si nt room of thc Chamber in the Com
u( rt ri .l-< '!ii'? btiildin:,', to be Ktvi-'n 'ip J?n*
Btf] Uti will lurcafter be used by thc
ttRdft Thomas I, Atkin*, of tbe IIu?
m_- Court, lias apjsiiiitcd Kolnirt E.
trown a Justice of the peace in Marshall
\ ml to lill the vacancy occasioned by tue
Lath of John 1). Whitehead.
? r. siiyo nun HoMday-Hebool tulon.
This body held Ita regular met tint; on
tindav afternoon in thc Third church?J.
). K. MtffRti president, in the chair, and
L ll. (iilii.tm. secretary pro tem. Lance
I, li oat ions from the other schools of two*
nomi and Manchester Ulled tbc haine, and
he -inking:, std by thc school sud choir of
!? Third chuich, was beautifully rendered.
ttT, Hr*. l>rew and Read participated lu
f? ..pi nine servicas, and the reports from
he various schools were full of interest
nd of a very hopeful character.
Ml sf, M. Clark, secretary of the Young
i|.'n'- Christian Association, delivered an
ntcrcsttng address upon tbe SRt*fjtOt of
?Little Foxes," filled with instruction and
lliMration for the children.
Major W. P. Cs Gregory followed with a
i *i ni appeal to the children and all to take
bc l'ub't and its teachings as a sure defence
rom the little foxes.
?fbt benediction wai pronounced hy Rey.
t. H. Howi-on.
The next meeting will be held in the
?ianda} -hedool Offlcaru.
I'incStreet Ka|>tlst Sunday?chool Sun*
lay elected tbe following officers: Super
ntendont, Fvan* Snead; Aasistant-eluper
ctindiiit.il. L. Carter; rjecretary, C. E.
I ill. who for tbe past twelve years baa filled
a, st acceptably tbi* office; Treasurer, A.
'. Mitchell; Chorister, James Calder; Ur
anl?i, George J. Hooper, Jr.; Librarian,
>. C. Hubbard. Tbe school la io a moro
ounsbing condition than lt bsa ever Lmcu,
?M acholars b?ng present Sundfly.
A VVlTOh'X.oFVICE MATTEKX.
Case *r W. ll. SaailB, au Malton af the Cam
raaawrahk, I tallaa** I Will UUh In.(aol.
Last Sat urdu v evening Mr. William R.
Smith waa rearrested on a warrant sworn
ont by Aud'tor Marys, charging him with
emliezzllnr fill.M. the property ol the
Mate of Virginia. This ease grow* ont of
the -i ttl. uv nt ol some account* between
the Sute and Mr. A. M. Brownell, welch*
master of the Mate estfle*seale*. Yester?
day n.nrnlnr the ease was called in the Po?
lice c.nirt?Justice D. C. Hichardson pre?
Mr. ?samuel IL Witt, Commonwealth's at
ternev, was present, and, addressing the
Cont, said: '?! ace from the docket an?
other charge strains! Mr. W. It. Smith.
Ibis ii a most I \nv time for me at the
HgetlBS* UsSft. There are eases sef for al?
most . vi ry ilay in this month, and mv time
will bc occupied in attending to them.
TLis case require* careful consideration,
and it ls Impoaslhle lor me to give it the at?
tention lt deserve*, and I then-fore move
that lt be postponed until the loth Instant,
the time set for the bearing of thc otber
stone." , /
.linke Crump, counsel for Mr. SmitY
il.;. ? ? ?!? d postponement and stated that be
wanted a speedy trial. He admitted that
be was obligee) to submit to a continuation
ol the msc if the Court thought Mr. Witt'*
reason sufficient. md declared that all
he could do would he to prepare to meet
the -sam: when lt came.
Justice lib h.-vrdson said : '? I'll continue
the cav ontll thc I6th of December."
Judge Crump asked Mr. Witt if there
was my probability ol a trial in the Hust?
ings Ccurt at this term if an examination
waa waived now I
Mr. Witt frankly -aid that he did not
think there was.
Judge Crump and counsel for Mr. Smith
seemed anxious to have a hearing of thc
case, but tbts waa found entirely impracti?
The case was then continued, and Mr.
Smith remanded to the custody ol the law
inE IXVESTIOATIXO COMMITTEE.
Mr. Zlrkle, clerk of the special BsSSS
committee appointed to continue the rs*
aminstion of account* in the Auditor's of?
fice, Ac, his gone up to Albemarle to do
some preliminary work limier the direction
of Mr. Moon, a member ot the committee.
The committee will print and send out
to each clerk of court a series of question*
as to payments that have tort made. In
this xvay, it is not doubted, a large amount
of valuable informal ion can be obtained,
and under oath, without the trouble of
bringing thc clerks herc at thc expense ol
tbs Commonwealth. Win re th' 'informa?
tion thu* obtained is not satisfactory, the
clerk Will have to be summoned to enuc
here al an appi int. d tune and testify be?
fore the committee, and to fake down vin lt
t< si iniony Mr. George ?'. I.alleny has been
employed us stenographer.
'I he committee, of OOSrss, xviii have no?
thing lo do xx ith any prosecution. Tasks!
duty is |o ascertain What ls lbs slate of af?
fairs and to report What logfahttSB is
lin ? --arv.
There is already a great rush of work
upon the Auditor's ..iii ? ?, "rowing oat Of
ito discovery tba! payasenia of clerk, of
? ow ts fm M venn Mars liawnot been regu?
larly credit' d. I .'!? tks are writing af calling
IB priBOS for -tat. nu nt-of a.e oitits. and
a great deal of Usn is occupied
in waiting upon tbCSO sod in SStrsb<
ing tbs records. Auditor Marvv i*
k. pt al h;s desk long after business boura.
Mu ii of tbi- matu r it will bs quite lapos
?iblc for bim to dispose of. It will have to
le left to tin eolllinitlee. SosBC i->^*\ com
plli itJoni xxiii arise, m >n tbs Petei
rase, win rc tbs clerk of court sent in a
check whick was not sro! forward for oo -
lection, Bad some mont!:- afterwards Ito
bank -n-|.i lided, lu MMtbSf case a p.vip!
prss 'iv ii for a ebert xxiii. h wa* ri turned
?ted, (n one or more eas s stock!
glVCtl Were "ollected bur HOI indited tl
sTtles xx bo paid tts .1 in; bal invosti*
gatloiis bare aol been poshed far enough
to disclose ill thc 1 iteOBtttSaces attending
It is admitted that sonic of thc customs
of the ntliei ? enstullis of lou*, lone ilnr.i
tion?are In conflicl a Ilk the I iw : but lt is
conti nded that t In laxx is, as to money trans
aetlons. impracticable, and a rigid enforv
lncnt of it xv mid, it is alleged, create such
inconveniences sj to be an embargo ii|m>ii
much business. Thc la xv prohibits both
tbs Auditor and Treasurer neciving
Hoawy, lt says tint saoaeyao pod aball
ind di-l.argc any debt. It rcqoifBB tbs
debtor to ral s warraal from tba Auditor
and to pix thc money into a Stats Repost*
tory, lt is claimed' that to require small
delitois-clerks ol court*, lot instance?to
dn tl.is xvould be a hardship, a- lbs* xvould
either tove to cobbs lure in pansssvssa*
piny an agent in Ulcliuioiul to do it for
till III. Hell. e. for CVSr Sn Ul HIV Veils
lin ney OOSSiCg IO the Auditor's office: by
tetter, and 11: licit coining by toad, ha?
lie. 11 receivedaad seal to tbs beak with thc
In a number of haBaWsai ebcekl paid
toto tim (iliee?some as far bask as two
xtais BBS- tova not been collected and the'
ninney therefore still remains in bank un
Pot this year, tbs lint year of Mr.
Marie's incumbency, clerk of courts faxes
arc BOt ellie' until thc loth ol this month.
CLEFS OF PlTTSYI.VANIA.
CHATHAM, Va., Dceemln'I .1. ISM.
To the Editor of the Dispatch 1
I notice 111 a recent tesosof your paper
tint Ito clerk of Pitts] Bania County Court,
along xvitb the clerk- of many other coun?
ties, was reported delinquent iii payment
of taxi s to thc Commonwealth for tbs year
lssl-'s.'. I wish nu nlv to-ay that I am
not delinquent, but mid promptly all taxi s
received bf me. as will appear from thc re?
ceipt which is now la Bl poeacaaloa, and
xx billi is in thc following word* and
??CoMMOXWKALTH Of VlRHIMA, j
"Oieu I Of the Ai niim: Of f
" 1'lBI.Ii' Ai 1 ni NTS
- BiiTiMoxn. Decembef IS, lss^.
" Received of W. B. Shepherd, derk of
the County Court ed ritt-ylvania. the
Treasurer's receipt for twelve hundred and
MTCBty*tWO dollar, sad S7 cents, on ac
count of thc taxes 00 laxv process, i ?.,
frmn tue 1st of September, ISSI, to tat
Of Septeni! er, IBU /., .
"William B. Smith. ClcrlL, ,* '
_ 7 , ?
I BBS apprsd certificate of notary f? rij).r,,,t''
as to said receipt. BS follows: * #;iv<>".""
I'ittxyivania County, Wa., Sc- fi i?t sw
This say William b. sbcpaetd,M>.
I'ittsylvan'iaCounty Couit, exhibit/*1) day of
a receipt signed bv William If
clerk.elateel lu e, inlier 12,W2,U>[J I'ubJic.
of ?1,171.17OS account of the
beted by him for the state ItW ""ar 1881
tcmber, issi, to lal Septeater. ' were
loxui und.r my baud this
James L. TRSSWAT, Not/
1 will slate further that for
'S*J, reported as delinquent. Axe*
paid by drift em lbs Nat/ Bank o.
Hichmonel for H37KJ7, /n l?y *-he me.
Planters Saxlngv Bank, /ham. Va., tn j
elated nth Dccmbei, lsAcordlng to
my recoliee-tion. /
Very rSSaWSffSf <r
Clerk lMttsylvanfcunty Court. J?.
UNO WlLI.IAIIBk. I to ?
King William GggSSSB* Va., )
DeoSer 8,1884. $
To the Editor 0f the fiatch:
For the informatiiSl the public, and
especially my fri enamel acquaintance*,
you will confer a la/on me by stating In
your pai?er that, nejthatandtng Ute clerk
of Ito Circuit andbunty court* ol King
William county MSB published as a de.
linquent in hiaotUl cap-telly at the Audi?
tor* office, bc his, aud ls prepared to
show, proper re/pls from that office for
eveiy dollar wtti waa due from him up
to PsBtrBlbtT Was anu wl" b? lhe f3th H
ol thia month* time prescribed by law) J.
?ettie his acei*. from Septemlier 1, ImmVJ
to tSeptembef 1884. Ht so doing youfa
will much BK r**"
Ysaarf ar ^sJ tl
fWy truly, J* Jj*
"0. M. WlMSTOH, Clerk, SB*, b
^n?la ???<* BrtelB.
II "m'Tink Hatton and lady a
Hotel JSRJ and ?uy "e" *--**?
Invi??terday. th M
union fiona ara out tor be rn
in-tar/Assoclat on at sander
the It at I) o'clock P. ?*.
nleiUvatlon sad *jj*
to v tat the How ita* Armo
or |"|?e todies oi W, ?"
ur the todie* ?* l**, uy^9~r~: ..:.._...:
? As i^SssWroom oa VUXXBM PlAbTOMS.
ZJ^s. ?i j otic-ski*
/TT .urht at II
lure will be excellent music by a chorus of
twenty vokes each evening.
(??stree B. Sloat, Faq., a former well
known resident of this etty, bx now at Itv
SL Charles Hotel as the agent of a Philadel?
phia manufacturing Brm, arith the view ol
locating b piont of their business here.
Rt. Kev, Bishop F. Janssen*, ol Natches.
will he In tbeeltv next Sunda/, and will
preach at 81. Patrick's chorea at ii I gb
The American schooner J. M. Bird, 411
tons. John Merrill master, cleared foi Ma*
t.Mi/as, Cuba, yesterday, with8,082 bundles
ol hoop*, valued at #8,061.
Am. ra aim tatclas- laataltatUa tf raaltr *r
I loataa-Sir. ?t I Bart h.
Sunday night about 8 o'clock Emmett
norn), a young man about twenty years old,
boarding on Fifth street near the Masonic
Hall, siter going all through the bouse as if
In se arch of something, retired to his room,
locked bis door, ami shot himself. Tue
ball entered the left aide below tie heart,
?nd must have broken a rib. Judging from
the manner In which the ball was cut.
Everybody from th.- house, save two ladies,
children, anel a gentleman who was visiting
Hine, had gore to church. The report
ol the pistol alarmed the household. The
visiting gentleman, accompanied by several
others who rushed tn from the street, went
to Mr. Hood's room-door, and Anding it
locked, burst it open and entered. He
was found lying flat ol bis hack on the
bed, with bia pistol on the bed aol tar
from bis left band?thc one with whlcb be
?hot himself. Being asked why he had
committed the act be replied, "Nobody
shall ever know.*' He aUempted to get
hold of the pistol again and finish the deed,
but was prevented by these gentlemen.
Dr*. Atelier and ingrim xvere imiindl
id ly summoned, and alter examining the
wound they determined not to probe for
the ball. Yesterday Dr. Archer found lt
in thc back under the left shoulder-blade.
When asked about the matter. Mr. Hood
tobi all about bow he shot hlmsell, and said
lie had been looking for bia pistol for seve?
ral days with the inti nt ion of kill lug bim
-elf witb it, hut atill assigned no reason.
lt had been noticed for the past fsa days
that he waa uneaav about something, but
BO one knew or yet knows xvhaf.
Mr. Hood Betas hen* from Lunenhurg
?ountv about a year ago. and ha- since thal
Inie been engaged ns hellier m thc mould,
ng department of the Danville shops. His
ether crime dowa yesterday afternoon.
At a late hour last night there was no
bange for the totter, Dr. Archer coll?
iders thc wouud dangerous, but not ue
Clopton-Street Baptist church was
?roweled Mimlav afternoon, Hie oSBBltoS
icing Um installation of thc BSWly Sis ted
?astor. Kev. Deatur Edxvards. Kev. J.
M. Batter, who ha* so faithfully aervedihe
?burch os a gratuitous siipoty for the
asl eighteen months, made, thc BBSS*
ng address of welcome BS tbs port
if lbs church, tn xvhich Mr. C Iw ard-,
it a few fitting rem irk*, replied,
l'hen Kev. L. lt Thornhill, of thc Bain
iridge*8treet church, delivered s solemn
?burge to Mr. Edwards, in which he cited
be most proaoast untie* of a pastor, and
galed waaf s Boagissjatloa ibosd and
Alir.t tbei should not expect of I ?.!-'< r.
Ilex. U . W. Laadra&t, in bis usual eloquent
md impressive manner, charged thc
?orch tbal its Members sa.mid tots,
Bjppcgf* c. o'crate with, and in
'Very x\ay help thc pastor Itt the
Usetorgs of irs oasroas and rc
iponaibta duties whteb may devolve
i| tm him. Dr. Hatcher followed, and xvlt'i
ni- . uatOBMUTJ wit, hi umr, and pathos ad
lltSSSd both pastor and potpie, and urged
him lo be failhlul and true. Aft r BOOM
nost exe. ii, nt ilagtog by the cboir lb r.
Mr. i lupton pronouncel the benediction.
At UM cln-c of th-' ever isis M.-. B. A.
Baacock, sa lbs sari of lbs church, re.
1'iii'd tbsakl to Mn limier for thc dti
?ietit s. rvit i s i, adored tint church by him
lining the pa-t t igot.fh mouths, anti on
iieh.ilf of the Ladies' sewing Carets pre*
outed bini xxith an eleg-uit-.nit of clothes,
'lite entire services xvere of the nm-l in
trroatiag sSaaaatsf* un.t many wer? the
wishes that tho anton lhere seated of inu?
it r and pt nu!" might be for glaat good.
bSrgcsat Fitzgerald, admini-'rator on
the estate of lin: lute William U U'ei-g. r.
will.at lg o'clock to-day. BfOOSSsI to sell tr
public auction thc boast imbi furniture and
personal ? tb cts of tba said Dr. fTstsfsar,
The ia set nicol tho ttoeebod (mission irv)
Society nf Um Ceatral Methodist church
"linday wa* largi ly attended Bad Um OX*
ici-t- Interesting, Tbs following officers
sere elected: Frank Daaford, pcasldoalj
Morton Oravet, rice preaideat; Tommy F.
ixvi n, secretary, and Mr*, linell, treasurer.
The meetings at the Btiubrldgc-Strc. t
?burch will continue ali this week. They
ire gro-v lag In interc-t. ami tbs atti idSBCS
s largi r ext ry Dight,
1 ? n in ll I vi- Hassling*.
The regotal monthly meeting ol the
"ommlttee on Belief of the Boor xviii hs
.??'il at tbs elly sbBBMBSSS this i Xisabsf at
i o't tock,
A called inciting ed the Committee on
Light will be held at the Council chamber
o-iiight at Ti o'clock to decide whether
bc *trc<t-!,imp lighting shall bedout- by
?otitract or BS BUBS hy appointees of tho
Committee em Light.
Nuprcino Court of Appeal*.
White again-t Catiipbell's administrator.
Vrgued by Hill Cuter, Esq., for ajqiellant
nd Qoorse P. Haw, Eaq., for appellee,
Bates and ale, agalr?t Brown anil an\
vrgued by Janies N. Dunlop, Esq., for ap
Bink Miller, tate* Henry Jennings (col
?reel), charged with larceny, was found
milty anet arti to jail lor three months.
V motion in arrest xvi* made by counsel
or th fe ndant, aud was considered by thc
eitirt. Aeljeiurned to meet at 10 o'clock to
lay. Juiy meets at ll o'clock.
Ill ni !? o 4 omily Court.
Thc Th ci tuber Pi ni of the Hcnrico
ounty CoBIt co mn: i need yesterday. A
my a as sxv-?m for the trial ol the case
f john Buckner, charged with feloniously
?ring a storehouse! and attempting t >
?.?..Un therefrom. After lullv hcar
a''posed of. :" the BBSS Buckner wa*
(oilrtni. B^ MT MiM ?
- i-r. j -., * oe dayr%taj2r|**J*??sb
ST m. m as *La*e> aTl
ff af ff ? ymmM I
?fi W -? S
1$*ykp&f 8 %*?$*?
S ?? vt':
(iruSsjji^i-rs.^ it ,rllcK,.
krr-j?&Sx?-m* *A at ll.'Jou
Grufis. WPffB aaSatfto, Hide*
rVa.P'(e7 ps dull and weak;
*^?iddJe* dull; long
JBsaJn sr It L? 4a6c. lower; western
I*tb'.a near by, B7.10a$7.ai.
*atoaa, December 8.?Floor steady
let: Uoward-street and western au*
___, ri.-A'?.?5; extra, ?.7oaSa.S7;
family, t3.fi0aB4.S0; citv mills superfine.
IS.aaaSS.7A; exirs. B3*|3.7S; Kio brands,
|4.6SuS4.7ft. Wheat ? "toutbern steady;
western esater and active i aouthera red,
JHattto.; aalwsT, tts***:.; No. 1 Manlaad,
SoJaSOir.; No. S western winter red, spot
and December, 78ia79e.; Jsaaary, Iti*
7S|c. Coru-Soutbera finn, sad seUre;
western lower ead quiet; aouthera whit*
tfBjfc,} Jtdtow, IBS, Os* about atsatt]
Maota, fgf *>. A. RsTsnrw, ftrw
David A. Brown, Or., one of oor obit**
and ssoat le^preted ettiano*, died Uat^ve?
ning at bia residence at fe*?*} o^ev*sr? Rf
apoplexy. He wa* Isorn lo Norfolt 00 UR
of March, 1810. and mored to tbks elly st?
an early age, aod was actively SOATttOd lo
barneaa tod aaddlery n?ntifs?rort I* Ut
day of bis death, and no one wot store attn*
Rent or attended anora closely to bis btnsV
n? ss than be. Bot ss sn sttrnevt std talssV
fol worker la tbe Mcthdiel Cboret he was
especially knows In lois ootnmunily. lo
early manhood te Joined tbe Old Methodist
church, (Rey.George W. Nolley paator.) ob
Marshall between Fourth and Fifth etrtete.
He waa one of tba orlgiual naeoibon of tbs
Centenary Method!*! church, of which be
waa an active and zealous t >einber to blt
dee tb. He waa one of the official board ot
that church during bi* entire ms mitershlrt.
and he'd aa exhorter'* license, willett bo
used ?* hile well, giving bl* time to country
cburcbi a d-'ring tte summer and rrreaeo.
log In tte almshouse aod penitentiary on
bis appointed Sundays through tba re?
mainder of th* ve4r. His sick-nest* la sup?
posed to bave been hastened Iff over?
exertion* in this work.
Mr, Brawn waa one of tbs originator* ot
tbe Park-Place church by bo'dlng priyer
meetings at tbe boone of Mrs. Bethel, oo
Main street, in whose garden waa built by
hil efforts, asfl'strd by others, the Sidney
Methodist church, now removed to Park
Place church, on Pren kiln street.
He leaven a widow and Rye children i J.
Thompson Brown. Captain Leroy E.
Brown. David A. Brown, Jr.. Mn. Jo-?eoh
W. Thomas, and Mra, W. V. M irria, of
La la list J av* stile Owerst C*OsWBsneaW.
A very fair audience greeted tbe Leland
Juvenile o-iera Company last night, aod
the Cast came up to rea?ona')ieexi>i'ctatlou.
To-nla-ht tbe company will repeat the per*
La teat Frtesw eta Pole-i orwle-ea.
We made a purchase by telecraph yet*
terdav of 5,000 Walnut, Ebony, and Ciierrv
Pole Curtain Cornice* to sell al Mts,: willi
braes trimming*. 3tk\ These are the lowest
price* ever quoted on cornices, and we are
assured a very large trade
Ji't.n'1 MeyiRat Son,
601 anti 6n3 east Broad street.
Te) ?.obaerlbera Klertmonrl Tslepbasne
Please add lo your list Morton, Donnan
A Co., Thirteenth ind Car) streets.
J. W. Chews, Msaager,
A t.reat Convenience
for our down-town citizens?Herman
BootblB * Brother's new Hoot-, Shoe-, and
Trunk-Store, corner Tenth and Main
-tr. 11-, ('triton & c.i.'s eld -tami.
A full and beautiful stock of Vanes, and
Toilet Sets. J. E. Bragg, agent. 108 Broad
Con*umers of " Dill's Heal" tobacco will
please notice carefully Ibo yellow Lu/ oo
same, and see that it !:a* the wording, m
black letter*. ?? Dill's lt. st." tither tobac.
co* are being placed on the market with a
Ug simili.-lii coloring to the "Dill's Best"
IBS', and tiny ml-lcad tMatOOBMS of thU
oelebrated brand ot tobacco, lo be genu?
ine, thejitflc yellow tag must haye on it
?? Dill'* Best." In Inlying, BO not ask for
the little yellow tag, lt formerly, but
'? Dill's Rest." and see that you get what
you ask for." _
Tbc Mame Old < ry.
Too many goods and not enough monoy.
And in order to exchange thc good* tor
ninney we will offer *p''ei-tl Indue, incuts to
nish buyers for the next two weeks. We
want lot munt v. and all in want of Cloth.
lng, Underwear, Hosiery, or Neckwear,
will timi it to their kdvts***asJS to examine*,
our stink and prices inf,ire puredising
elsewhere. 0. IS. Seisi K A Sos'.
Clolhier* and Tailor*.
Ninth and Main.
PiOOfS, Brotd strut alnivc Elba d-l-if.
?nd llH'.Vl arv street.si ( oil at lowest
prins. |),, nut charge one j*il, another
i.J.oO, another *V> for BOOM coal.
To ma f oNstvrTiva.?W'lLimu's Comimi'so
Og ( Uti-!.IV IL OH- AND I.IMS, Without possess?
ing the very uau-eitlii.' (ni of she arti I a*
Inri tofore u . d. I* .ndnwd hythe Phosphite Of
I nu--will, a In-almg pfsssas-tf wld'li render, the
(ill douhty ttncacloiii. Hemsrkahh- U'slliuonlals
of Us emilie) can lu- shown, ssl,I ny A. ll. Wit.,
rna, ( lu mist, lt.,-ton, ami all druggists.
No sm-h an i--trti.it ni of good, suitable for
Ctrl trna* pu -en|s as ls now otf. real hy l.avy A
Davis wa ? rn r aft r -I lu this atlf before. Their
stock ts large M tl ihelr prier* arr low.
(ul i.IIS ami ( Oin-.-rte ? >vh i are .utfrrloai
troni (oiurli.to|.I-. s. rc Throat, at*. bOSBM try
Hiiown'.s r.r.oNi ut ti. TOOSSfOOi -?..l-l ouly In
Al.rtus at I.. I.rwts's at ons half tho susi
A lull-.ire Plush Album atti! others
in in gs tt ni* upward, al I.. I.k.wis's, U1J Mala
-I ri et. _
Ju t read I. ivy a Daviss half-column adver?
tisement In to-day 'spaia-r, sud ibeii y..u caa form
au Idea t f what tiny mutt have In their holiday
stock, a* not nu re linn half of what they have lt
i nunn rand._
CMi.t'i: OOOBt Vti.lUHY tS I'ttr-gsrvTinv.
lt, ? ks. lie-1 andr hean, for old Bili young, stringed
Chris ma>-( ards, Ce. bi ?r>; Beano* Prayer- ami
Hymn-Hooks, Albums, Toilet -el . .iel Ort ?lu*
i , . . In-k- ant Work-Ron*, name*, Opera
(?laves, .ind an indies, variety of Kailey doods.
Call and |M will lie -.ir- to lind sometliiug lo snit.
KaNPOI.I'II A Km.USU,
a*flkBBAvnooj Pair mos, ano OusssBBasmb
algrcsth redutid rate*. Frames made tu order,
at I.. Lavvis's. pig slim stn-, t.
Two iN.i t. ak* worth -itt hr..i.uas-< snb- for SO
cat-, at L. Lewis's Fine An OkvRatf, Bli
MK KL I MK i (:-.,:-.
Delay not, imt go at once; don't wau un'tl tbe
?i "n 11: . ai iv broken, ls thc advice f Ivro by I. IV V
PB fb tl BB ( iiHistMAS-i'ABi)*, fmm t cent*
upward-, at I.. I.gwis's. ?12 Main street.
Milli.h Ill!\ V l lt. tl:-.
r'AMY-CAim N'lvei.Tir.s in keotO fmm ii
rmi* toto, at I.. I. (wis's, 01 a Malu street.
sale of Holiday (>ood* at levy 1 Davis's
"Caaav,,.!. btst-assorted stock ever broefht
T-*?f ib-t? nj;, Z JT ! '"*?" 'da >AV ,." 's-*\U. **"
^-HLli '-^tteorafe-T^tind that he had
*?-?? v> csjay bl* bill, and hei
adv rSrisoner in the boiler*
??" ?* wl-*-LMANA( -Of mnaa 9, IBQtU
5-*?. f:lt*> I lason Tidr.
, b-U. 4:5-. Morning.... SttO
*>n rises.I'JkO I r.vrulug.10:0T
PuKTUt RICHMOND. Obx ut aaaS, lisSA.
sirsnirr cid Doiinnloii, Smith. Uicauioad. asvd
tal led for Norfolk.
steamer Ashland. Psuutll, Phl'a.lrH>hta, ia*s>
c baa dis*? sud pa swater*.
(Ueamer Art*I. OMtord. Norfolk, rt.lksV SSAtrO
mall, merchandise sud uassenasil, L. B. Tatum
CL BAB RD.
echaaaar J. M. Bird, Merrill, atataniaa. toof*
PORT Ol SEW PORT'S MEtft. Doo. S. tROt
Maisaahlp william EaaJMdy, Partur, Prayt
denee, aad sailed tor Weat PnlaL
?wmshla Eanawba, UeaswwousL Raw L aaOuav
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