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-n- -rrnMi-iND DISPATCH-SATURDAY. OCTOBER t. I_____________
THE EXCaLENCE OF SYRUP OF FWS
Is due not only lo Sat ?>r>inality and
simpli'"!!.v et the ct>mbinati.?n, but also
to the cire iin.l skill with which it is
manufactured by Micrttiflc processes
known 10 ?I?' <?AUFMUflA Flo Sl'Rl'P
Co. only, an?! we wi.sii to impress upon
all tin- irn??orlan."e of pu:??BSBSJ* the
true and orijariiinl rciiic.ii. As the
genuine Syi upaf Flffs is liinnufaotuml
by the. (M.ir.ntMA tut ?Syri'p Co.
only, s Utn.ivje.li-fe ??f that fact will
ii?' iu nvokUnf tho worth'ess
imit.-itioiii nanufactiirs'd l?y other par
tics. Tin liii;!i staiulini* of the (ai.j
S0S8IA In? STStTP CO. with the m?*di
cal ptofamiiwi. and the satisfaction
which tlie ganalne Syrup of Wian has
given to iiiillioiis of families. makes
the name ?if tin* i ?uiipaiiv a -?fiianinty
of the ?'.?.. II0990S "f Itf icinc.ly. It is
far in advance at nil other laxative?.
Bit it Hi-N OH the Kiiincys, liver and
b??w? Is without irritating or weaken
In/??; them, um! it .lots BOi irrit?- in.r
nans, a t.'. lu >r?i? r toiri t its Wneiiaial
effects, planes retnemhar the boom <?f
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ander the BllB|SmflBl Of the K?then of
the Socia'ty of Jesus. Uver OBS tiuiilieu
rs and - rreh hundred atndenta.
DEPARTMENT 01 ARTS A.MJ
GEORGETOW.S ?'"i.i.i.i .1., MVVt*l?UtV
Oldest Catholic Collef? In the
?ts-t?-?. Prepara toi y and * O
Couru?-? t,,? Boarder? and ??ay Scholars.
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MEIUCAL DEPARTMENT, 1-uiM'r.u
A numerous and eminent Medical Hi
cultv. Es ?i sdvsni
Oeorgetown University Hospital just
LAW DEPARTMENT, ! "i mm-.d U0S.
Uaequatted opportuaitles lor the atujy
of American 'urlaprud.
For Information address
THE Rev. Juil.N U. \\llU.\_*t. B. J.,
bo 14-lm Rector.
Rhoomst?nn is a disordered
condition t?f the blood which the
iinTcuritil EMDOdinSOl the doctors
ero umil'l" t.? roach. It is cured
pprmawntlv I'V Sw.i't's Steine,
KME. LE GUIR'S
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ireanei? ibe aiijietlte. sir? untie J*v
eii?tbe uerve?, sbd Hu'ld up
me Knur- Kyften.
i'.?.I?, ."-. Rae 1?.?>i.
Y.. KIM lilllA .V CO.,
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trows qnlckly. Tli?t Is what it was
m!KJi3 for. Prompt, safe, eure, quick
it'll?'f. quick eun. PI 'uaaiit to tnk?.
CliH'Jivu like, it ami adult* like It.
Mothers buy It ?or t?elr children.
Prepared ty E. 0. PoWltt A Co., makersol
Witt's Lit*..* Early _..?.?., cUo friniurMS
(ap 29-Th,SaftTu) ' "*
PRICE ??' ' - ot?R VIA-V
_ (ap 9? W4 Ba ly)
?VM9TB tuiu h WATKR,
FROM Tlir ' " ''HKKNl'HIER
We have thl* ,., ^a m both ?ausrt
and pint o?ittlei?. trssjh from the Springs,
FURCEU* l.ADU _ CO..
ly aVU WBoieaal? liiu*???i?.
MAY NOT MUSTER OUT
THE THIRD REOIMBST OFF14 KR*
ARK .TIM. HOFEFt'I*
A MEETING TO BE HELD TO-NIGHT.
It? oi.jcri I? to Aeeerlntn tie lentt
ii.nl H.s-ardiii? itljls? la the
?,r? I, ??I he Mea Retamilla to the
The city filled up greatly with toldlers
yesterday?members of the Third Vir
ginia Regiment returning to bo mustered
Their furlough? do not expire until 12
o'clock to-night, but many of the boy?
couldn't wait for their leave? to run out
"l'li bet vou s lot of them who were
anxious to be discharged now want to go
t . Cana in uniform." aald an officer of
the Third ye?terdav. "I knew how It
would be, and I know how It I? from my
???an experience. Several month? of the
strict routine of camp seem hard to offl
cers and men. but when they are follow
Sd by a month of relaxation and ?rrespon
slblllty ami Idleness? at home, we are anx
ious to get hack. A poll of UBS regiment
??oui,i sie,?s thai nine-tenths of the offi
cer.-., and probably three-fourth? of the
m? n. are desirous of remaining In ser
This. I think, Is a much larger pro
portlon than existed when the regim-nt
left Camp Alger."
TO LEARN THE SENTIMENT.
A meeting of the officers of the regi
ment will bo held to-night, and steps will
inn to learn the exact sentiment of
the nun in the various companies. Tt I?
confidently asserted that at lea?t 75 per
i.-nt. of theni desire to remain in the ser
It is believed that when a poll of
itIre rpp*m?nt is taken, and the re
sult l? officially communicated to Go\*srr
BOr Tyler. Mho M-ill lay the matter before
apartment, the Secretary of War
Mill reconsider hi? determination to itiui
let out the n'?-iim-nt ar.d rescind the or
An officer of the regiment stated last
Blghl that the chance? In favor of the
being retained were not at nil
bad, "1 "in confident three-fourths of
men desire to be sent to Cuba," he J
continued. "1 am also confident that not
?o large a proportion of the
Regiment, which is to be retained
in tn .-Hires to be sent there. 1
... believe the deparlment will
,7..*. the advisability of sending to
the island im-it M-ho want to go. instead
Of tending tln-r.? a regiment one-half ot
n,. mbers M-ant to come horn?-. 1
think WS can shoM- that such a large pro
a of our men wish to be retained
that the department Mill heed the request
th. .'??verror Mill make for us. The rnat
t? r Mill rest with him."
Colonel Baker, of the Second R<-ciment,
is also desirous of being retained in (he
Bervtce. He la understood to be hopeful
of bavin? two battalions of his regiment
take th? plac Of the Sixth Virginia (eol
?i. i?. There Is said to be prospect? of
- being mustered out, and Col
on, 1 Raker has been to Washington to
see the department officials, with a view
to having eight of his companies retain
ed. It Is understood that none of the
companies proposal to be kept in the
Service are from Richmond, though Com
panies B, I. and M, of the Second, ?re
from this city.
WORK REGENS MONDAY.
Little will be done toward mustering
OUI the nun until Monday. Major isYianks,
the quartermaster, ha? arranged to have
tliein quartered and fed In the old Ex
chanite Hotek The men will receive, in
addition to a little over a month's pay
wh? n niusteri-d out, ration commutation
Of :iit cents a day for the thirty day? of
their rurlough, and also eonstiierable
clothing commutation, making the total
amount paid each enlisted man BOinetBlng
Though the contract with Mr. Thonu.s
Hulch. r. Mho is to feed the men, did not
rOQUire him to b<^1n doing so until to
morrow, yet he bud meals prepared for
all Mho came last night, and Mdll feed the
men to-day free of charge. Water and
gas connections M-ere made at the old ho
tel ysatorday, after some difficulty, at the
citj requlret the Ulla for these to be paid
for la advance, and It Is a standing rub
M'ith Unch* Sam to pay for nothing until
h.- ?- tg tt. Major siiHuks, however, final
ly BOttled the matter by paying the bills,
and he Mill settle M-lth the department.
1 be M-ork of making out the roll? of the
twelve companies will ixs begun tc-t'ay,
un,ier the immediate direction of the va
rious company off.? ers. This Involves an
Immense amount of M-ork. Major Price,
the muster-out officer, desired the depart
ment to all.nv him to employ clerks to
i:-1 lbs rolls in shape while the m.n were
away on their furiougn. for thirty days
Bach, hut this request M'as refused, th.
a i- u tment directing that the rolls be
m ci.- out by the proper company ..fflcer.
This decision will greatly delay the time
when the entire regiment is mustered out.
[I thought that tWO Meeks, at least,
must elapse before the regiment is final
Few l?i?.T?i?ri?. ? Given.
Captain Clarence,W> an. of Company H,
Fourth Regiment. M-ill return to Camp
cuba Libre m a day or two after a short
stay at home. During his stay here
Captain Wyatl has i,..,-n bsstaaad by
B?VS4 ni?l mothers asking him to af3pro\e
applications for their husbands or son?.
Some lie approves, but very few,
Ender a r?-cent ruling of the depart
ment, there will be no more discharges
granted upon the application of third
parlies. Every Boldler who wishes to 1,
dlsi'harged from the service must make
written replication to his captain, and
it must reach the Secretary of War
through the regimental, brigade, division,
.nd Corps command.-is, .ad th. com
?a .?iider-in-chief. The result Is that few
m. n ai. string out of the service these
Captain Wyatl thinks that much
Of the dissatisfaction which once existed
I'livate George n Baeaa, of the Ambu
I'o.-ps of the Third Rrlgade, Second
Division Seventh Corps, returned to
? imp Cuba Ubre after thirty days spent
at hll home. In Richmond, on si. k a
I i II about entirely recovered. Mr. Snead
enllated In Company H. Fourth Regiment,
but was tiaiisfcticd tp the ambulance
A SOLDIER DEAD.
Frlv..:.- Alhel? J- Rouse, of the Second
R v meat, who has been ill at the Old
I >, .'union Hospital for several week?,
Sled yesterday. He returned from Jack
si-nviire ill about two Meeks ago, and
later lianl IB the hospital His lunera!
Mill Eik? place from St. Peter's Cathedral
V M. Sur, .
Corporal Waller Holladay, Company M.
F?iurth Regiment, wbo has been 111 with
typhoid fever at Jacksonville. I? now
about recovered Hi? father. Mr. Fred.
H Holladay. ha? come back home. Cor
poral Holladay Mas cared for In a pri
vate home In Jacksonville, and rectri.-d
1? the World i..?,??l..u Belter or
Rev. H. A. Bngby, pastor of Calvary
Raptist church. ??Ill u.sllvtr a aeries o?
ins on this Interesting subject, com
m. nclng Sunday night, and continuing
three successive Sundays.
Mis? Flossie Walker will ?Ing for the
ry lo-morrow night "The Hoiy
Misa MrlckTer to Wed.
The Atlanta Journal Bays: Dr. and
Mr?. Glvens Brown Strlckler, of Rich?
mon.l, Va huve Issued invitations to
the marriage of their daughter, Netta
re, to the Rev. Charles Franklin
ItHi'.kln, the wedding to occur Tueeday
? v inlag October 18th. at 8 o'clock, at the
Union Theological Seminary, In Rich
Ibis marriage will be a Pleasant sur
prise to the many friend? or Mis? Btrlck
ler, the attractive daughter of Dr. Given?
Strlckler. formerly the beloved pastor of
the Central Presbvterlan church ,-f this
city. For the tmst two years Dr. Strick
le r and hi? fanV'v have been making
their home In Richmond, where Dr.
?trickier ha? s chslr In the Lnlon Theo
lOBio?! Hemln?ry. The family ha? o??n
well repre!*en(ed In Atlanta by the prom
lalng" young phyalclan. Dr. Cyru? BtrlcK
The R?v. Mr. Rsnkln la to be congratu
lated upon hi* sood fortune In winning
Mis? Netta Htrlckler. a young woman of
unusual ?treiiKth of character and genu
THE III?*? H' III MRU'.
A Library and Rradlna-Roos- to Re
Established on Church Mill.
What may become a philanthropic and
highly commendable enterprise has been
roatered on Church Hill, to he known aa
the Roy?' Bureaa, and Is Intended to sup
ply one hundred boya with itrlctly flrat
clats trade, technical, ?dentine, art, mu
ulcal, ?porting, and self-culture magaxlnes
and pnpsn, ?s well as a number of the
best periodical? for family reading.
The bureau will be op-?n**d November
1st, and will be located at No. ?U6 rorlh
Twenty-fifth Street. E.ich member up to
one hundred, the limit, will pay 5 cents a
week for twenty week?, and (Unlng that
time and all the time afterwards will have
the use of the took? and periodical?.
The officers are Samuel Whybrew, su
perintendent; Robert Wlnfree, recording
secrrtary; Clarence K. Hughes, treasurer.
Theso young gentlemen have the en
couragement and endorsement of many
of the most prominent elttrens of the East
ad. Not only this, but their substantial
aid has made th? BChSSBS possible. Tiny
are called Honorary Patron?, and are:
Hon. r>. C. Richardson, Commonwealth s
Attorney; Hon. J. Cruichli.ld, Police Jus
tice; .i. h. Lewder, Usa,., Alderman, Mar
shan Ward; Joseph S stoatgomery, Esq.,
Alderman. Marshall Ward; A. B. Fergu?
son. Esq., Councilman, Marshall Ward.
Rev. R. A. t'.oodwln, D. D.. rector gt
John's church; Rev. C L Bane, pastor
Union-Station church; Rev. W. B. Bcau
champ. pastor St. Jame? church; Rev. XV.
P. Constable. pastOT Union-Station Mis
sion; Mr. Leroy S. Edwards, Principal
Springfield School; Mr. J. C. Harwood,
Principal Valley School; Mr. Charlen E.
Brajer, ?uperlntendent Union-Station
Sunday school; Mr. Wortley Dickie, su
perintendent l^lgh-Street Sunday school;
Mr. W. T. Atkinson, superintendent Third
Christian Sunday school; Mr. Frank T.
Batea, Assistant City Engineer's office;
Dr. Ramon D. Garcln. east Rroad street;
Dr. John H. Hinohnian, north Twenty
firth street; Dr. Virginlus W. Harrison,
east Grace street; Mr. Oscar G. Cosby,
electrician, Traction Company; Mr. John
T. Mo.itsromtry. north Twenty-sixth
street; Mr. Charles E. Blllups. north
Tw< aty-flfth street; Mr. E. O. Ilrannock,
north Twenty-eighth street; Mr. William
A. Stevenson, north Twenty-fifth street;
Mr. R. A. Gary, manager Singer Sewing
Machine Company; Mr. William P. Par
tin, east Broad Mreet. and Mr. Sam. P.
Flournoy, north Twenty-sixth street.
?'Chalk Talk?" of Mr?. 111.? I r.
The students of the Smithdeal Business
College, were the pleased reclph-nts yester
day morning of a lecture by Mrs. Blair, a
"Chalk talker" of national reputation,
who, -with her vivid chalk sketches and in
teresting Illustrations, is doing an excel
lent work In the elevation of the young
manhood and womanhood of the land.
Few could fail to be Inspired with hlgha-r
resolves after hearing her. Her talks and
sketches on the temptations of the young,
lor interesting an.-, dotes. h"r description
of the i.oval Temp?ranos Leagues of other
parts of the country, with their rallying
national and local, delighted the
teachers and BtUdeatS of the college. She
was given a hearty round of applause at
the close of h. r lecture. ProfOBBOr Smith
deal, In their name, thanke.l Mrs. Blair
and mude S short talk, endorsing the
lessons taucht an?l urging their practice
by the students.
Court nf Justice J.ihn.
Justice John had his usual tribe before
him In the Police Court yest.-rd.-iy morn
Rosina Smith, an Afro-American female,
was the first to appear. She was charged
with abusing and using unprintable lan
guage to Lucy Smith, and was taxed S2.&0
John J. Clark and XX. O. Butler, negroes,
were up for indulging in pugilistic atiius?
menta in tho bar-room of F. Chappla,
and w-re each fined $'.'..V? and Costs.
Mike Collins went begging in tha?- street,
and eras fined ?5 and fifteen days of dally
association with 'Squire Sugar-Bottom
Eddie Baker and John Wade were given
sixty days of such delightful association
lor being Buaplcloui characters.
After that Sergeant Thomas adjourned
;.n?i Richmond \olesi.
Revival services are still being held at
Newbrldgs church by the pastor. Rev. R.
B. Collier, assisted by the various city
paston. Considerable Interest is being
manifest, ?i, and the meetings will con
tinue every night next week, if not longer.
Rev. W. W. Williams, of Baltimore,
preached a fine sermon Thursday night to
i. hug" congregation.
Mi.-s Myitle V. Crouch, daughter of
Sherlt Crouch, of Goochl ind is vialtlng
Mi.?.? Kffle Collier.
Mr?, William Wright is very 111, and
her death traj be expected iry moment.
Mr. Henry Horde has moved on Main
Btreet, neat Mr. Roan's mansion.
There will be no service at Newbridge
church during the day Sunday, a? the
pastor BUS to go to Goochland to baptize
some candidates. Then will be preaching
Sunday nigh?, and each night during the
.Mr?. Buckley Wed? Mr. Scott.
Mr. Thomas A. Boot! and Mrs. Ruth
E. Buckley, both of this city, were mar
in.I Tuesday morning at Trinity Metho
.list Episcopal church parsonage. RQSeaat
Broad street. Rev. J. T. Mast m officia
ting. They left on the noon train for
a northern trip, accompanied by the
kindliest wish?-.? of their many friends.
They will visit Washington, New York,
and other points, and upon their return
will reside at their handsome home, No.
MM st Grace street.
(lose of the Vaudeville.
With i? matinee this afternoon at 4:30
o'clock, and the perform ince to-night, the
summ.-r season of vaudeville at Broad
Btreet Hark will be brought to a I
The Benson baa been .. ?ucccsa in every
Mu s Comer, the charming descriptive
Bong-fllnger, is th? star of the bill this
week, and she is making a most pro
nounced aitlstlc success. Morrell and
Evans sn doing the same with their rag
iiui?' open, ami Barney sad Russell with
a clever charactet sketch.
Misconstrued the Contract.
In referring to the meeting of the Com
mittee on Accounts and Hrintlng Thurs
day evenlnS? In yesterday's Dispatch. It
should have been stated that the con
tractors for binding admitted that the
overcharges, as reported by the Clerk,
were correct, and the amount-S2S7l&?
Was ordered to he deducted from their
billa due and tc become due. The com
mittee passed a resolution declaring it to
be its sense that the contractors had mis
construed their contract, snd were not
guilty of any intentional wrong-doing.
A Sunday-School Rally.
Dr. Wlthersj.oon, pastor of t.race Pres
hvierian church, will have a Sunday
school rally to-morrow morning at 9:30
o'clock in the lecture-room of the church.
The exercises will be Intereatlna;, and he
hopes to see all the parent?, membere of
the church, present.
Sermon to Students.
Dr. Cooper will preach to the students
of the various educational Institutions of
the city at the First Baptl?t church on
Sabbath morning The subject will be
"The Joy and Borrow of Knowledge."
All ftudents are cordially invited, and
will be made n.ost welcome.
The Modern Ciennnr.
Wilt BOT CAWS? TMK HANDS TO RBBOtS
aa chai?. it invii TH?? aerr.
.-? ??n_T,. Tix-.c ,,.
A MAN CANT WORK
VVHKN HE" I?. Sl| KKERIN?. WITH
.~. *. ?- PILES. , j ,
He ('?n't Rat, Bleep, l'an'i Get Com
fort An? War?-, Hut On??1"> rsmi?
Pile Ceire Will Care Hin), GItc Re
lief at One?-.
Just a little pain may bo distract a
man'? mind that It will cost him hun
ireds of dollars. Life Is a battle. To
lucceed one needs all his energies and all
tila brain force to apply to the question
at hand. Even a corn will make him lr
Rable, cross, angry?and an angry man
seldom succeed?. The trifling pain of
a corn is a pleasant feeling besides the
igonizlng ache of piles. That Is a pain
?vhlch seems to pervade the whole bo.ly.
ft communicates Itself to all parts near
he aeat of the trouble, and bring? on a
tieavy dragging feeling In the perineum,
rhose who have never so suffered do
not know what it meant. It racks the
nerves, preven?a sleep, prevents oncen
trated thought, and makes a man lose
ilesh aa fast a.? he would with a virulent
And yet piles are looked upon as a
ilttle thing. They are neglected?allowed
to run on from month to month and
year to year. By and by comes a sur
gical operation. Maybe it cures?maybe
Ther? is only one sure, safe, and quick
:uro for piles. It Is the Pyramid Pile
Curo. It Is a recent discovery, and Its
properties are such that It cleanses.
oothes, and heals the Inflamed parts, re
luces the inflammation at once, and, with
. ontinued treatment, removes all swell
ind, and all trace of the disease. It puts
the membranes in a healthy, active con
iltlon, and cures completely and perma
From C. F. Collins, Garnett: "I com
nenced using tho Pyramid rile Cure,
?nd my case was so bad I thought the
remedy was going to fall In my case,
but before I had used two thirds of one
package I began to feel much better,
and can honestly say I am entirely
mred. It is the quickest and surest rem
edy I have ever heard of."
From Josiah Roberts, Port Oram,
S. J.: "Just one quarter of a package
,f the Pyramid Pile Cure did Monders
for me, and I have lost no opportunity
of recommending such a great remedy."
From William HoHale, Rockport,
Mass.: "One package of Pyramid Pile
Cure has helped me more than anything
I have yet used."
Pyramid Pile Curo is sold by druggists
generally. If your druggist doesn't keep
It, he Mill get It for you If you ask him.
Book on cause and cure of piles sent
free. Address Pyramid Drug Company,
Fine Opera \exl Week.
The lovers of opera Mill enjoy a trent
in tho appearance at the Academy of
Music next Friday and Saturday of the
International Grand (?para Company, the
most Important organisation of Its kind
that has been here for a number of retar.
Mme. Clementin? De Ver?, ??ho head.
the company, Is a singer knoMii all ov. r
the L'nited Stat??. The other artists.
Including Mme. Kronold, have achieved
remarkable success In their various lines.
Th?r repertoire consists of eight operas,
as folloM's: "Carmen" and "Romeo and
Juliet," in English; "Faust." "II Trova
tore," "Cavallerla Rusticana," "f'anli
acci." "Lucia .11 Umrtifrmoor," and "La
Boheme" (new), In Italian
The sale of ?eats for the emrasrement
begins at the Academy box-office next
Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
R. Y. i?. f. ?i. ?nn? Saaday
The quarterly meeting of the Baptist
Young People's I'nion ?if Richmond i
Manchester m-LI be held on Sunday after
noon with the Union of Randolph-Street
at 4 P. M- The various unions ol
city will meet at the church for assign
ment at .'1:15 P. If. sharp. Rev. J. C.
Hlden. pastor of Grove-Avenue church,
has kindly CCsntented to sp.-ak. A full
attendance of all member? Is earnestly
desired, as this will be the last meeting
held difrlng tho present year. The unions
Mill soon begin the work of arranging
for the International convention of July
VIRGINIA WINTER SEED
OATS, WHEAT, RYE, Etc.
We make a specialty of High.
Grade FIELD SEED.
Write us when buying.
I N. R. SAVAGE & SON,
GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS,
ELIXIR OF OPIUM
Is a preparation of ttie drug, by which it?
injurious affecta are removed, Mtiile the
valuable medicinal properties are retain
ed. It possesses all the sedative, anodyne,
and anti-spasmodic powers of opium, but
produces no slcknesa of the stomach, no
vomiting, no co?tlveness. no headache.
In acute nervous disorder? It Is an invalu
able remedy, and Is recommended by tti?
F.. FERRETT, Agent,
372 Pearl St., N.w York
VIRGINIA: IN VACATION IN THE
CLERK'S OFFICE OV THE SUPREME
COURT OF APPEARS OF VIRGINIA.
IN RICHMOND, SEPTEMBER M. 189?:
The Portsmouth Gas Company. Plaintiff.
J. B. Sanford. W. B. Brooks, Jr., and W
Rosco?, Bonsai, partners do.ng buBlBSB?
under the firm-name of Sanford. Brooht
& Bonsai .Defendants.
Upon a MTit of error and supersedeas to
a judgment rendered bv the Circuit
Court of the city of Portsmouth on the
?th day of May, 1818.
The object of the petition filed In this
case i? to have the said Judgment re
versed and annulled. And affidavit hav
ing been made and filed that the, defend
ants In error-J- B. Sanford. \V. B. Brook?,
Jr and VV. Roscoe Bonsal-are not,
or'are either of them, residents of this
State, It is ordered that the. ?aid defend
ant? after due publication of this order
in the Richmond Dispatch, once a week
for four successive weeks, appear here
on the 7th day of November, 189S. to an
swer the ?aid writ of error and super
?edea?, and do what Is necessary to pro
tect their interest In ?aid case.
OE?RQE K TAYLOR, C. C.
Crocker A Crocker and Murdaugh A
Mamhall, for petitioner. ?e 2t-8a4t
^^" M taras st*?R fta*aml**w K MMTtAmM ?TMdaaTal as * F9M S??
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T^TtmSj^^^rmmprntf, ?r ?so? ?U,
\LiZS Ayr I? eft-' -? ** **. ' ' " ,* >- ?
AH? ./ aU UmI e-?-ul-u
S. ULLHANS' SON'S
Headquarters for Low Prices.
YOU CAN SAVE 25 PER CENT. BY
BL?1NO YOUR sjOOLiti FROM THE
Granulated* Bugar, per pound . I
Flat can? Best Salmon . *
Arbuckle'? Ariosa Coffee, per piund 10
New Raisin?, per pound . *
Worcester Sauce, per bottle .
Lion Coffee, 1-pound papers. ?*/
Orange County Creamery Butter
(beet on th* marnet), per pound ... 1?
Freeh Lemon Cracker?, per pound. 6
Carolina n.ce, per pound. 4
Fresh Oyster Crackers and Cracker
Dust, per pound . I
Home-Made Jelly and Apple Butter,
per pound .
New Hominy and Grits, per pound.
' uie Lard, per pound . S
Small Best Klngan's Hams, pound.. 10
We ar<? ?elil.iK a ?Oc. Mix*-?! Tea tor '??
Nice Small Hams, per pound . 7
Freeh Mixed Cakes, with icing, per
pound . 7
New North Carolina Clipped Her
rings, per dozen . 8
Virginia Comb Honey, per pound.... 12
Rolled Oats, per package . 4
Kirk's American Family Soap. 2
liars for. 5
2 bars Kitchen Soap, for cleaning.. 6
New Boneless Codfish, per pound.. 6
Fresh Grapes received dally, per
basket . 1*
1-pound can Jelly . M
Try our Snow-Flake Patent Family
Flour. It'a fine, per barrel. 4 00
or, per hag . 25
Large Irish Potatoee, BOCk. I**
i-otted Ham or Tongue, per can.... ?
Mill-Fee,), p?r 109 . 70
Wooden Wash-Boards, this week.... S
Oats, per bushel . M
Corn, per bushel . 40
Large Cabbage, per head. 3
Ren Tomatoes, per can . 4
Large cans . 7
silver King Minnesota Patent Fami
ly Flour, per barrel .-.4 25
or, per bag . 77
Try our Jefferson Spring Wheat
Patent Flour, best in the world,
per barrel . 4 50
or, pa-r sack . 29
Axe-Handles . 5
Dairy Salt, per bag. 3
New Limhurger Cheese, per pound. i:?u,
Large Bottles Ammonia, bottle. 6
S. LLLMAN'S SON,
1U) AND 1822 EAST MAIN StttMSfS,
Un-Totra ?store, ?/o' east MarsuaU.
Both 'phones at both stores.
It will pay you to call for or write for
one of our complete price-Hats, It's a
Positively euretl by these
They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per
fect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsi
ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue
Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They
Regulate the Boweii. Purely Vegetable.
Small Pill. Small Dose
*He fraud of tho day.
See you get Carter's,
Ask for Carter's,
Insist and demand
Carters Little Liver Pfils.
(Th Sa Tu A w)
uni'Ait i lus as stha:
LD DO ?MIN ION
F*??b?nger? ?an leave Hi.-lamond dally
except Sunday, via Chesapeake and
Ohio railway at H A. M., or Rich
moud and Petersburg" railroad (Norfolk
?na Western route) fl A. M , connectlnu
?t Norfolk with Old Dominion Line
tssmer Bulling same evening at tj o'clock
for New York.
Steamship Runnioud leavas Rietoniond
every Monday at 5 P. _ tar New York
via Jam*? river. *"WIK
Ticket? on sale at Rlehaiond Tran-ifer
Company'?. Ml east Mala street; (*" ?
peake and Ohio railway, and Rlchmnn.?
and Petersburg railroad depot. ___
company'? office, IB! esst Main street
Ricnmoad. Baggaxe checked *hrou_ '
for New York and ail Mats beyond can
b-. shipped by direct teauier Miim, ****
hicBniond aver y MONDAY ?t 8 I?*****,
aluu by Bteamer leaving Rltiunond ?*_."'
WEDnWay AND FRIDAY at ?1 V*fjf
for Norfolk, connecting with Steam* _
New York. r lor
Manl?e*? closed one hour before sailing
Freight reeelved ?nd fo. warded *~a
through bill? of lading i,,?ed Ti? "_
northern, eastern, and foreign port?.
FROM MCW YORK.
r*?seng?si? can i??t'e UUXlg, tioept Bun
ig al S Y. M. (Saturday, 4 p m , *?;
?Volk or tyP-tf-? Covert. eonaesS
l_ with Norfolk and Western ran .
"sailtnga Irm -mmtfi piar ? t
North mer. fVot.oi B?aSh *lre*?
Fre.ght received and forivarde-1 MtsSm
except Sunday. 1*'
Uli east Main ?tTeet
RI? hrnond Va?.
W L. Otilllaudeu. Vle?Y-PrsS9dsMt and
Tratte Msnaser, N?*s?_ York je j?"a
MOND AND NOR*oi_ JuMBS
UT-AWdiUP COMBAN r.
Appointed sailing days: Every TUltS
DAY. FRIDAY, and SUNDAY at dsy
freight received dally until i P. M.
Fare ilnclua.lng meals and berth), it on
Friday's .?n? Sunday's steamer.
Fer further Information appl> to
J. W M'l'AURICK.
Oaaeral Southern Agent: Office. Rocket?.
W P CLYDE _ CO..
j? S QeneTal_A_s>nts I'h?n'lt-iphla.
FA?. 1 SXPBSSS SXSTII 1..
NEW YOHK. SOUTBAMPTOg (LOM?OS )
Salting Wedii'-rdey? at 10 A. M.
Ht. I.'.uts.*-"'' IS oL L.UI? .Nov. IS
*h. Paul...?.-. ?> *? B'i ? ? Paul.Nov. af*
Parla.Oct. ?d ; P.v-1?.Nov 3<J
-aiiiiif faiumay? at I .' Noon,
?ttti-fnieuu.Out l? 1 'Be fsaleee. ..Oct vj
KED STAR UNE.
1 vi v weanesday si ' ? Nosa.
f?TTHW KK. U.-u 1 J i 'KCNSltUTOt*. ..<>t. '?*6
WBM'BN'l'lUiet. B? ' NODKIJLAVU ... Nev. ?4
"Tbeee ?leanicf? carry only sat-nrnis- sud iiiird?
cl???* on******** '?t isu rat? a
INTsUNATIONAl, M AVl ,A 1'ION OUa,
lier? I* and 1 ?. Ncarta ?Uvsr.
oav-e. U Howliaf ?iroso, S, i.
Effectue Octobar S. 1M98.
TRAINS LKAVR RICHSONU, BROAD
0:00 A. M.. Daily, with Parlor car,
for ISTorfolk, Portsmouth,
Old Point. NeMport New?,
and principal station.. Oon
nect? at Norfolk with N?*w
York steamers, except Sun
3:45 P. M.. Dally, with Pullman, for
local station. Newj>ort
News, Old Point. Norfolk,
and Portsmouth. Connects
at Old Point with Washing
ton steamer? daily, and with
Baltimore steamers, except
10:80 A. M., Day Express, with Parlor
car, except Sunday, for Clif
ton Forge. Connects at Oor
donsville for Orange. Cul
peper, Calverton. Manasaa?,
Alexandria, and Washing
ton; nt Union Station, Char
lottesvllle. for Lynchburg; at
Basic for Hagerstown.
2:15 p. If., Dally, with Pullmans, to
Cincinnati, Louisville, and
St. Louis, connecting al
Covlngton, Va., for Hot
Springs. Stops only at im
portant stations. Meals
served on dining-cars.
No. 7, Local Train, except
Sunday, folloM-s above train
from Gordonsvllle to Staun
5:30 P. M., Accommodation, except Sun
day, for Doswell
10:30 P. If., Dallv. for Cincinnati, wirh
F. F. V. Pullmans to Hlnton, W.
Va., and Gordonsville to
Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meal? served on dining
cars. Connects at Staun
ton, except Sunday, for
Winchester, Va., and at
Covlngton, Va., dally, for
g. Hot Spring?.
TRAIN'i LEAVE EIGHTH-STREET
1030 A. M., Daily, for Lynchburg, Lex
ington, Va., and Clifton
Forge. Connects, except
Sunday, with Buckingham
and Alberene brancher, and
at Clifton Forge with No, 1
?VOO P. M., Except Sunday, for Colum
TRAINS AIIRIYK AT III. I! Mum?.
8:00 A. M., Except Sunday, from Dos
8:30 A. M.. Dalljr, from Cincinnati.
10:1*5 a. IL, Daily, from Norfolk and
3:30 P. It, Dally from Cincinnati and
0:BO P. M.. Daily, from Norfolk and Old
7:4?*? P. M.. Except Sunday, from Clif
TRAINS ARRIVE EI?.HTH-STREET
8:10 A. M., Except Sunday, from Colum
U:20 P. M.. Dally, from Lynchburg. Lex
ington, and Clifton Forge,
and, eacepl Bnnday, from
New Castle and Rosnev.
JOHN D POTTS.
As?l?tant General Passenger Agent.
Sche?ule Lfli'i'ii??; June C, IS?S.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND, V.l.
UI-aWA. hi ,\u. u, ?uultieiu -?i""?",
dally, tor Auanta, Au.uata, and
pointa South. Sieepur Kiciiuiuiid to
Danville, Greeii.ooro', Salisbury,
Charlotte, Columbia, and August*.
Sleeper open *t 9:30 P. M. Stops
at all station? between Richmond
and Danvi??) to tak? on and 1st on
Counecta at Danvlll?, S?li?bur,',
and Charlotte with t?e Washington
and Southwestern Limited (No. it).
carrying sleeper? New York to
Aaheville. Hot Spring?. Chatanoo
ta. and Naahville; New York to
lernphi?, New York to N?w Or
leans, New York to Tampa, and
flr?t-clas? dally coach betwe-n
Wellington a?d Memphi?. Connec
tions ale mad? ?or all point? In
Texa? and California. Sleeper op?n
__ ? for occupancy at ??..0 P M.
1S:01 p. M., No. 7, ?olid train, daily, for
Charlotte, N. C soaascts St IfOSS
ley with Farmvllle and PowhaUn
railroad. At Key?vlll? for Clarka
vllle. Oxford. Henderson, and Dur
ham, and at Green?boro' for Dur
ham, Raleigh, and Wlnston-Salem.
at Danville with No. S5. United
State? fast mall, solid train, dally
for N?w Orleans and points South,
which carries sleeper? New York to
N?w Oriean? and New York to
Jacksonville. Through sleeper Salis
bury to Memphis; also. Pull
man tourl?t ?leeper every Wednes
day, Waahlngton to San FrancUco,
_ __ without change.
o.-On P M . No. 17. Io?al. d?llv. ?x?-#pt
Sunday, for Keyivllle. Chase City,
and Intermeolat? points.
TRAINS ARRIVB AT Kli ll.Vli.M).
?.40 a. M.
? via P. M.. from Atlanta, Augusta.
Aahevlli_ and Nashville.
8:40 A. M . from Lhiaas City and Key?
LOCAL FREIGHT TRAINS.
No?. ?31 and ?Jt, between Manchester aod
YORK-RIVER LIriB m wbst point,
THE FAVORITE HOLTE NORTH,
4;SO P. M., No- ?*, ???.?.n.oie Limited
dally, exeept Sunday, for West
Point, there making clon? coaneo*
t!on on Mondays, W ?dneodaye, and
Friday? with steamer fur Baaitl
more; also, with ?tag? at Lester
Manor for Walkerton and Tapp?
hannock on Tuesday?. Thuisdays
2:SO P. If., No. 10, local exprcas Mon
days. Wednesdays, and Friday? for
V,'est Point and intermedi?is,'?ta
tions. Connect? with ?tage at Let
ter Man-ai for V'alkertun and Tap
pabannock- also, at VV??t -?c...;
with steamer for Baltlmor?. gtop?
ai all station?.
g;0O A hi.. No. 44, Local, Mixed. Leaves
dally, ex?ept Hunday, f.-oni '? h
glnta-Street Station for West Point
?nd Intermediate station?, connect
ing Mlth BtagS at Tratar Manor for
Walkerton und Tar.;,? han noel*
1HAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
?i7 a. M., daUjr.
1U.40 A. M.. Wednesday? and Friday?
4 68 P. M., dally, except Sunday, from
V. r?t Point and Intermediate ?ta?
Steamer? leave Wait Point at tt p. m
Monday?. Wedneadays. ?nd Friday?, and
Baltlmor? at O P M. Tuesdays, Thurs
day?, and Saturdays.
Ticket-Office ?t ?tatlon, foot of Virginia
?tract. ?Jpen from t A. M to 6 P M
and from 9 30 P. M. to U A. M. City tlcJa.i
wfflue, VA east ?fain street.
J. M ?ULP, W. A TURK,
Traffic Manage' Gen P??? Ag-nt
FRANK 8. OANNON. Third vice preei
dent ?nJ General Manager, Washington.
C W. WE43TBURY. Travelling P??
?ng?r Agent. 9X0 ?a?t Mala ?treet. Rich
mond V?_ _je ?_
DEPARTIR? OF STEAMERS.
Steamer POCAiiuA a a* .cu.?d MON
DAY. WEDNK-U-'A*. ?nd FRIDAY st 7
A. hi fo. Norfolk Portamouth, Old Point,
Newport News, Claremont, and James
river landiaga. aua conuectn.? ?t o??
Point and Norfolk tor Washington. Balti
more, and th? North.
alts,te-room? reived for the nignt at
moderate P'tce?. .? ,.. . .
Ei?ctrlc-c?r? direct to the what*. Far?.
only 11.so ?nd II to Norfolk.. Music by
Freight received for above-named pieces
and all points In Eastern Virginia aad
North Carolina 1RVI.N W81<t.ilER.
A. H- J^r*J??ji*'L._->r*^,'-f ?-::_*** -a_
Order? for printing ?ent tn he Die
pacb Company will be given rruiupt at?
tentlon. and the ?tyl? of *ork ami prices
will be sure tu plea?? you
lunvau a. sat?n
Jane l'?, IhOU.
LBAVK RltllMOBU. TTSD Hfll-ft
at A i luv
B;UO A. M., UB-iiMo.-.D AHO sun
? ?JUi \aV?lIBLl _ U4ii
_D. Air.la.? N'orfwlk
?4* * *>uva oui) at Peurs
burg. Waveiiy ?,, . ...
asx-uad class tickets
I'euitag OU ?-'- ? u***u^^m
? ?? ?'? ??no > -
at Norfolk at 1.? j. p. m
9l:/x> p. M.. For Lyncbburg ? . .,,
aoka. Conne? ia .,
jrttb Washlnsi . ,
tauooga Llii.li. ?
Sleeper? Roanoke _
phis and New Orleat.? T
man -?.euar l,-ti?.
niond anT Lyn
berths ready for .
St M9 P. Si \
?n.in Sleeper Pstersl . -
Trains arrive Richmond fi . ,.,,_.
burg and the West dally st J is A
and 9:5* P. M.; from Norl
Eaut at 11:0?. A. M , and >
LIMITED at SAC P. M.
Offlce. su Mala street
R. W. COT.'RTNKY
W. B. BE
. ^~ -??nar!'' nseeengei
General Office Raanok. Va
R F k p ********%
nog i. U i-rtctsbur^ Pntdinifl
Scheu ale in EOeat May- IB, 1mm,
UsVAlM snaaVMnrflHR ITATWs.
hasxil, out* ^ *M
POlUl? tKNTtb. a? .
fliaforu ian?l s
8-aO A.M.. Sunday only, (oi
ton and po'.it?
at Liba, iilao a..,.,. ash?
lan.i ...>.?' H-etiu, i?mmr.n
R?ther (Ren, 1- 7,
Brooke, and \V
_ _ . ?. Pullman car.
?:40 AM?. Pally, except bunday, for
North. Stops at Slba. Ata?
land. Tai lot s?..,. , *
Mother .; no
8 u m mu. T-r.-jertaas
??, and \VV1
. _, Puliniat, car
I2.-0S M L'-niy. except s.. ?*sy. tos
Washington ai. I
North. Bi.'i?*? it Kibe
AUeB. Ashland. I'oina .
M i l fer d, h,. -Mir . ?.
Brooke-, and, Wid?"*? -
Parlo, cat. Air." eon ,
with ' " .
T:1SP. ML. Dally, for r/fashl t\ .? , ;
pointa North Stop? st ii,
Ashlanai. I \o*t Milfoi
Fi.derleksburg I'rooke. ani
wldewater, I other a- -
tlons Sundava. Sleeper T>l#h
mond to New Vorn
A HU? Via. UlKD-VintH ITA 116?.
n.-ao A. M.. Daily, biopa ., ?YUewatsr,
Brooke, r i. I. ?, Ml.
ford. DomwsII, Asb.i i
_ll.a, and othei - ai.uus
Sunday?. Sleeper Nsvr Yolk
3:40 a?. M. Daily, except Sunday at"-?
at Wldewater, iiiou,??,
Oulnea, Wc'lf^i ?, [
I'.nola, R?ther Glen . .
?il.-n Allen, at
lor car from W .
V.IOP. M., Dally. Stops oalj st rr.-'?js
rfckaburK. I??? well. At*h
land, and Elba rulinian csr?
?horn New Y rk.
t.M P. M.. Dally gt0| ? at Wtdewatsr,
MU ford Penol?.
Clon Do?w^n. Taj
Anhlsnd. Olen Allen, and
l>>au.> cx?t?? Oui.u?, ,
4.UOP. *u., i_,eave? Byiu ?>.
h a? A. M-, Arrises Uyru-auest ??tatiu?*.
(Dally ?? '. p' Sunday.?,
0:48 A. M-, I.eav? s >. ??a?
? _0 P. M. Leav?-? Elba. _aa\
? 40 A M-, Arrive? Elba.
fl 4*0 P M . Arrive? Elba.
\V p TAYLOIi Ttaffl.
E. T. D. Myers, Presldont. ap U
I fl T ATLANTIC-COAST
kcksdule lia bUtct dSMBe AU, ISNs
TRAINS LLAVE RICHMOND-! > ISl
7.ag A. M., SunUay aceomm?
live? Peler?L.uig 5. ... u.'?-'
all stops Rli m..i ?"*?
Peta-rsbui'g rullruu I
0:OO A. ML, Dally. Arrives P. ?
Li il A. M.? Nortolk -
M. Stops only St 1
Waverly, and Bu
0:06 A. M.. Dally. Arrive Pel 4
111 A. M. WeW
A. M-, FaysttavtUa ' u >'
M.. Chariest,m 19
Savannah \2.60 A. M , J* ?,
aonvllie 7JO A. M
Tampa <:1? P. M- '
at Wilson with No. ?7. ar
riving <Jol.lis!."ro' 9.11
Wllmlngtun l:S> P
man ?"?.?.er Nv-'W
J:?.' ksonvllle. -
2:65 P. If., Dally. Local. Ai
tersburg l:?B P. M. Maks*
4:40 P. M, Sunday accoun.
rlvr? PeterelAir? 1.2* P
? all atop?
?i lei p? t.-iabui g is
0:30 P. M-, Dally. Arrt?.. ?Pel '
?:20 P. M. M.
top? Richmond b I
f SO P. M., Daily. Arruf? P< ?
P. M conn? r
Norfolk and V
Norfolk and Int?
point?. Bm-aorla . 10
n?.ct? with A
a?, bstWI '
A M.. Ch '
onvlll? i P m i
NEW "LI M. .
QEOROIA POIN - v
ing Aik.-i? 7:29 A. M > '. '
Atlanta 19:16 P ' !
8b?er*?-r? New .
Tampa, Aik.-i.. A
:6S P. M.. Daily \iii-.
' n p. m , w
tween Petersburg si i >v
11:4U P. M , Daily. Arrives Petera
.. M. 1
A M.. Roar. .X. I
?S ! M
S!f?*<>*?r Rlchmon.I tu
TKAl>t> ARHIVK 111? HMO Ii?.
4 4M? A
S 15 A
Mm DOttgs i
\miiiah. Cha? t: a. A
t gouth. , ,
M..Dal.y. except Bundaj
lauta. Athens. R
derK.m, Lynchb'?.g. *nd t
f*:8T A M , Daily. Pateraburg k.
h iHi a M .-?...lay only from *-' '
H ?? A ' Athens. Raleigh. II?
Lyncbburg, . :-!
1106 A. M. D.U? Norfolk. Buffo .-., ?"'
9:49 P. M., Dally. Jacksonville ***"'..
nah. Charleston, ?a liming
ton. 0.?id?boro'. an *
its South _ ___. ?
0-86 P. M.. Datlv. Norfolk. S;.tTo.st. vs?
wily, and Psxersiburs _
? 66 p. M., Dn.'.y Petersburg Lyn??
bi.rg. and th? West
S is? 06 A M . Sunday
1:fUs P M.ftunaay accoinmoiai
J. R. KENLY T M EMKIInON
General Managern Tr?^^
ja 19 Division Pase?nser Agw*
VAUMMI KiMK.Pi. vi i: MMSTSS9
UK tin.I IHI EH?
HOT-AIR i ? .
BaNOES. COOKINQ, AND l
KEROSENE AND < U Ml
PLUMRINQ. TIXMM1, AND JAS
ALL KIND8 REPAIRING PROMPllY
M l-d?m No 7 Qovernor ?treat.