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_THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1898. - 1
j lio Kind You Have Always l.ought, und which has been
in neft for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
^y**? ?mill has been made under his per
?_?X/(?fflf~?jfs ******* s*?P<rvision since its Infancy.
LJia^/y, J-eMtAjM Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
perbnentB that trillo with and endanger tho health of
Infants und Childreu?Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
( ?jtorlft ll ft substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Simps. It is Harmless an?l Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
nbeteeaee. EtBftfe is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nu?l allays Fevoristaness. It euros Diarrh a and "Wind
(nl io. It r?*lioves Toothing Troubles, cures Constipation
;:n?l Flatulency. It ftSfhnWfttllt the Food, rogulates the
stomach anil liowels, giving h?*allliy and natural sleep.
Children's Panacea?The Mother*? Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Th. ?INTail?. COMStN*, TT Sau.Siav .TS.CCT, NtWVOSK CITY.
His HEM1.N \T|<?N STANDS.
?Ir. Ru? nil lt?-fii?<-? to 11,*?*?,,tailler
lea I?? Leave llinlory <?,,,, mit (? <-.
.' Unani L. R ,?all d? 'lines to with?
aB r? s|gnatli?n as chairman of the
bubII ?Iraad ?'amp or
its Vetei ins, thovgh the
.
"it: tfOBSd tO
; 111 which
I itk n ignis, ?i that the right
no onger existed Bi Royali
?SgnatlOfl when
; Ids r,-:,ort In
ii- iris just returned from New
gave ??nt for pul
. - '.? r to Culottai William-. , an
I the ? ?p. in with u n>
use and the report of the
li> Bays In his Utter that th.- i???lnt :it
for him to pei rail ol any
r I inda B?
the ca? andei taken ta bave th?
"hlidr, i, ui bl a eon "t big?
t ,i-, ami it s. raed to him
lin? t bat a i be
?on. In con ilusi?n,
"I : id by th.- North In
he rL'.ht . '
!bal right it ended
.
i our nt tu n t?? .? place m the Union
d us by the NO] III.
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ton .1- in ?.ml, ?I ol' us. '1 lo
indlng ;? m thai
linpii??! in our
rn to ail. . '.-.n-,.
n ,i. i ;.' ??.nten
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Ion each
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a to i Word Of do a
d facts is
Imittlng that he ha? been indulging
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' nt the \
biect of t! : .?ly of the
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with i
i H Oil's IN THE ?MtWIiftV.
' l?.ll II.- Mix!?* ?? ? or??III? >.-,
Kcuul'a ??sen.
liuil.iiiig? Committee
?. i .,? i, o'clock yester
'
W< - , Lawder, and
rred by tin- c??un..-.!,
?.- to prep,,
_ t.. tin mu
! Witll
Ity'S ?nteres'
.: i on n : Mr. King, u
ke a
c rnlttee is rompnsert ? ;
bTdanka,
ted a list of hup
I the P.. gliu, ntal Armory,
. .' tria, i I ' pur. ;,.
. .? ai ,m ids to secure
I
ttlng int.? tli? building Bt
after the janitor has locked th?
f !*". for the rent of an oven
?uting the time that
..? I,! :
v K ng moved that it
Il Mi. Si.
. . ind that i. m to
tas r*? * ndit'.iie bad be-in
' l by the co/i.miuee
After ?oine further diaous
iii explanation from ihe City
r, Who advocated tb? granting of
ompensatton, whi h be
be h **? than HO, the m ?i
v referred to the Chairman, Mr.
.a Ike city Knglneer.
>n?l Cutshaw recommended th?
I of granolithic gutters and euro?
Saat 'd Brest ?lele? of tb? Reeer
Houlevard, from the reservoir t.
i-, Mr IJiwder advocated the
r ngin?-?-r'? plun to improv? the parka,
. .notion was adopted,
i HL PARKS IN DARKNESS.
Mr. Hntad called attention to tbe fact
thai the eleetrlo lights at KeSSrTOlr ParU
i' "ti cut off. He moved that th?
tmnn and sub-chairman should l?
requeetad to asnear Before the Light
CommlttS? and ask that the light? b?
(ontlnucd until November, as heretofore
The BBOtlOB was adopted.
A report was aillSWUted by Mr. Hecke
rmsfl "f th.? '-'?inmittee appointed t?
tin-ate the very material differenc?
? Blatins In th*- weight of coal charget
l'\ Messrs. S. H. Hawcs & Co. and th?r
(?eures of the City Welghmuster. Th:
etrors appear to have BSSfl mad? by th?
"flHiiil. wh'i, Mr. Waal BBSS, 8SSBBI un
to subtract properly. The. fault
lay s.? clears*? mi the ?Ida a! the city
thai a ni' tinn tu pay the bills according
to the computation of Messrs. S. H
H.w. s at ?'". was carried. There was
.-"in.' talk of removing Wf-lj-.hma.strr
' Cherry from 0BBB8, but on motinn of Mr.
West, t!i.? oommittsa r.nuested the Com
mitt.a- on First Market to investigate his
b ?ok? and methods.
I?i?!s tor supplies were op?-ned and con
?1 as follows: Machinc
' and cylinder oil, t?> .\i. is Banrood
?era; brooma, D. 0*Bulllvan; fsntnsi
BsushmaB Stationery Company
' aalvaalsed iron buckets, George B. Qalnsa
.. ; Boapine and osuuaoa ?ose? B, h.
Taylor ? C??.. Contracts fur smaller ar
aren awarded to various bidders.
j m: ?LDBRlOCN ?BST TO-NIGHT,
Th.. Board "f Aldermen will meet to
i night nn?l travSTSS ths BBUM ground l?
asm avar by the Common
Council. Th? school Qjuestloa is aspe?is*.
t.. provoke Uvsly <i>-baie. but the new
Jail and Bank-atraat railway-track quss
tlona have besn Bids-tra'Cksd to ths aoaa?
! mlttaas, Ths aeaalan will be a long one,
Ian will hardly In: as inta-r. ;-ting as that
of Thursday last.
I'Aitnovs ?r,KA\Ti".n.
I't.-rttll t ? < I?-in?-n<-v i:\trniletl a
Bnnanns ad *?i??j. Brians'? iionrder?.
<;.'V.-r.i'T Tyler yaatarday srsatsd tan
OOndltlonal pariions and r.-fuSuil four. Me
.: inted two aiisoitit?' pardons, re
I three, and postponed consideration
?if three.
Th? larga- number of pardons acted upon
was due to the Cad that ?jov
- 'i rlei *.?> aoi ?ble <" consider the
applications while away during the sntn
ni.a-, and lu- lias basa working on a large
i?; h tor Bsvsrnl dayn
An absolute pardon was granted to John
S'Ain.uir, .if I5i.ti-t.mrt, who was dying
i, umptloa at the Btata farm. The
prlaon phyalelaa i commended, the par
dun
William C. Allen of Mecklenburg coun
ty, after having served two years and
; eight months of a term of four years lor
ainal assault, was pardoned upon the
; peUtlOB of th.? officials of the county, on
? the sround that rsosnt events raised a
nable doubt as to the man's guilt.
The conditional pardons are ?ranted
ni"" the recommendation of the Board oi
Director? of th.- penitentiary and ?he trial
j Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney.
A lloollillieU'N l.lllla. Haul
A Dlapatcb reporter, Sunday morning,
?rltnOBBSd a little deal on the COmsT of
' h I I Broad streets, in wlilch t':a
two partis? interested In the speculation
wir?, duaky bootMaebn, on? being of that
anOWB as "alligator bait." and the
Bthai*- a much larger specimen of the
tube. A gentleman drove his rig up to
tin- .orner mentioned and alighted, whll
th? two bootbla.-ks made a dash to nold
th.- bora?. The little boy won th? race,
und was told to hold the unlmal. which
lie flie thai is. for 8 few seconds. The
InrgSI darky came up and Immediately
BBtersd into negotiations with the Ittcky
Uttl? coon, by which the lines were to
be tr.i!i?fetied to the former's I
Atte? S'tne talk the boy who held th??
linee consented to surrender them to the
other tor ths ?um of 6 cents, in hand paid.
Th.- chano?? ?rara, aftar all. that the
osrnor of the horse would only give nlm
I a nickel, and so he would be, In the end,
! i cant ahead- of the game. The darky,
who now held the horse's head, waited
I ooapla Of minutes, when the gentleman
, irned, jumped into his rig. and handed
the boy a dime. Thus the deal profited
the speculator I cents, tho.igh he risked
losing a penny In the little transaction.
| Shooting naps, it seems, is not the only
Bam? "f ehnno? In which the ?lurky in
dulges.
?.metal Is?* Gone South Auiilii.
lia-ueral Kltihugh Lee. after ?pending
a little over twenty-four hours with his
family in this city. I? ft Sunday 81 IM
p m for Jacksonville, to rejoin his
corps Mrs. Lee, who Is still at St.
1 uk.-'s Hospital, was reported yes;
a? being not so vel1 Ml!ls Ellen Lee
is with her mothsr. *?h? will remain in
Hichmond certainly, until her mothers
recovery. Miss Anne Lee is now at Cov
iBgton, the guest of Mrs PsrrUh and
Miss Virginia Lee ? visiting friend? in
I exlngton. Mrs. Lee expects to join her
biuband at Habana as soon as |
strong enough. _
H., r(.?!?.?? ?*? ?US Prote.eora.
. , ?m be tendered the faculty
r,t ri.lon Th?oloslcal Seminary and their
.??ins.? at the First Prcsbj ferian church
?r-dsv BlKht. and an Invitation has BOSS
?endii-ed To all Pre.byterlans In the city
to altend.
Truth wears well. People have learnod
that DeWltt'a Little Early Hisera are re
Hable llttl?* pills for reBulating the bowels.
?tiring constipation, snd sick headache.
They don't srlpa,
CARTER IS INDICTED.
GRAND JfRY FI*?D*4 A TRIE BILL
* IN HIS CASE.
NOVEMBER 15TH FIXED FOR TRIAL.
On That Dale Carier la to Re Ar.
ml an,.,I on the 4 l.nra?- of M?rder
in? Charle? F. Moore?The Coui
nionwealtl? Una Near Evidence.
James Penrose Carter, the Henrlco gro
ceryman, who, on the morning of Sep
tember 2m, lart shot and killed Charles
F. Moore, who ha claimed at the time
of the killing owed him for a lot of sand
and refused to pay him. was lndlct-d
yesterday by a special grand Jury of the
Henrlco County Court, and his trial was
fixed for November 15th.
It was a foregone conclusion before the
grand Jury assembled that It would find
a true bill against Carter. There was
really nothing else for It to do, as only
the evidence In the possession of the
Commonwealth was submitted. All of the
witnesses who testified in the examina
tion before Coroner Croxton were exam
ined, and they gave substantially the
same evidence as was then adduced, and
which has since been printed. Dr. Crox
ton also testified before the Jury, giving
a description of the wounds inflicted
upon Moore, and telling in detail the re
sult of his examination of the body.
THE COURT-ROOM CROWDED.
The Jury had threo or four other cases
to consider, and the Carter case was put
off until tho last, hence It was 2 o'clock
before the result of their deliberation was
reported to the court. WbSfl Judge W.ck
ham ascended the bench and the fact
that the grand Jury was ready to report
was noised about, the ? rowd, which had
waited about the court-bouse In eager
expectancy all the morning, surged Into
the room, and In a short time there was
but little space without the b*r.
The Jurors, after taking their seat?,
answered to the roll-call as follows: I.
H. Jeter (foreman), Samuel c. Duvai, W.
R. Hooker, A. ?.'. Houston, Oliver Garth
wright, R. H. (Jreen, ,1am?M W. Sw
Todd Dabney, and Fred. M??ss, the la-i
named a colored man. Alter the jury bad
been polled the prisoner was brought into
court, but ere his arrival the foreman,
Mr. Jeter, had announced that the Jury
had found a true bill against him.
Carter entered tbe room looking none
the worse for his confinement He wore
a nonchalant air, and bowed with a
smile to the officers of the court as he
entered the railed enclosure in front of
the bench and took a seat between hi?
counsel, Messrs. L. O. Wendenburg and
H. M. Smith. Jr.
A POSTPONEMENT ASKED.
Judge Wickham then ask?d if th?- ,|,
fence was ready to proceed with the trial,
t hireupon, Mr. Wendenburg arose an.
said that while Carter was as anxious for
a speedy trial as a man could wejl be,
under similar circumstances, he was wilL
Ing to stay In Jail awhile longer in order
that his counsel might have more time in
?vhieh to prepare for his defence. Thf
lawyer also referred to the fact that o<
tober is one of the busiest months in th?
?car In the courts of Richmond, and sai?]
bs and his associate, Mr. Smith. ha?l
Canal set for almost every day this month
in other courts. He, therefore, asktd
that the Carter case be allowed to go
over until the next term, and that it bf
s?t for as early a date In that term a-?
possible. Mr. Sands took the ground that
the fact that the attorneys had Btket
engagements was not a valid excuse, In
asmuch as at any other month In tne
year they might lind theius. Iv.-s Id the
same position. H?\ therefore, asked th-it
Boats day next week be set as the date
foi trial.
J'l ?STPONK.M I7NT GRANTED.
Mr. Smith, following up what had been
said by Mr. Wendcnburg, cited the f.ict
that he hail engagements in other COUrtt
?Very day next week, and that Mr. Wen
dcnburg would be engaged every day out
Wednesday. The ludge, after r*04*atd? i
lag the question and ascertaining that Ibc
OSSS would probably occupy two days.
decided to grant the request of the de
fence, and the case was set for the sacsia l
?lay of the next term, nrJch begin- on the
J4th. Carter was remanded t?? jail aril
the witnesses in his lasa WSTS recognized
for their appearance on the lath i.t 11
o'clock.
It is still a matter of speculation as to
what evidence will be Introduced by the
nos. Mr. Wendenburg <i,.es nut now
claim with so much . nphsats that ins
Cheat will be acquitted. !! BOOtnS to
faai thai he may hav- trouble ?i
l.-.athe? once again the air of freedom
The prosecution has gathered a good deal
of new evidence, but aone of this wa.s
submitted to th<- grand j?u
Commonwealth's-Altoni? y Sin?ls will not
?ay either what the nature of this evi
dence is.
The grand Jury also bro ?g'?t In Hue bid?
against the following parties:
William Brown, charged with placing a
railroad tie aCJTOOt tie- track ol ihe Seven
Pisas electric road, and derailing a car.
John Jones, charged with malicious as
sault.
William Walker, highway robbery.
LIVELY HACE BETWEEN BOATS.
The Poeohonin? SUB? lape Charle?
Try Tl?s-lr Heel?.
The Newport News Dally Press of yes
terday says:
An Interesting marine race took place
shortly after the launching of the battle
ship Illinois. The contestants were the
steamer Pocahontas, known as one of
the fleetest vessels In southern waters,
and the new New York, Philadelphia and
Norfolk boat Cape Charles. A passenger
on the Pocahontas says that the Cape
Charles .eft the ship-yard slightly in ad
vance of the former.
As a matter of fact, it was that cir
cumstance that suggested the sprint. The
Pocahontas, seeing the new-comer steam
ing Bwiftly toward Old Point, resolved to
test her mettle, and In less time than It
takes to tell it the ruce was on. and a
right lively one it was, too. For awhile
the two boats, it is said, ploughed through
the water at top speed, each with a
foamy bone in her teeth. Slowly, how
ev? r, tbe Pocahontas gained on her rival,
and soon after passing the Middle-Ground
light bade fair to have things her way,
nnd that in a hurry. Excitement on the
Cape Charles reached fever heat when
her antagonist began to forge ahead of
her, while on the Pocahontas the pas
sengers clapped their hands for Jay
not because they cared more for the
Pocahontas than the mm luth tr
steamer, but because they wanted th?
boat they were on to win. She did.
That the Pocahontas made *h? run
from the ship-yard to the c?ld Point dock
in excellent time will be understood from
the fact that ?he was at 'jer berth before
the Hampton Roads, whli'h left the yard
ten minutes ahead of her. But Captain
Barney waa not trying to race.
NO CAISE TO COMPLAIN.
Justice John lln? .Enough Offender?
to Denl With?Who They Were.
While not having any Just cause to com
plain, Juatlcs John did not have so many
offenders before him yesterday morning
aa he usually doe? on Monday, and all
of them were ?mall onea.
j R. Wilson, a boy In soldier blue, waa
charged with stealing an open-face ?11
v. r watch and filled chain, al! valued at
Bl He was turned to hla captain, and
the charge erased from the docket.
Kat? John and William Taylor, both
colored, were disorderly In the street, and
it cost them M each.
Robert Coleman drove his cart againat
the buggy of Mrs. U. Benedict, and In
jured it. Justice John taxed him U an*
costs.
Reuben Harris Is the negro who struck
Mrs. Lov-nsteln Sattir-lay night, and also
ran off wUh a pair of pants which ho took
fr??m h?r' store. He wan fined flO for
striking the lady, and sent to jail for
thirty day? for the th.-ft.
In the case of Charles lirown (colored),
charged with be ?ting Jan* Nash. the ac
cused was lined 110 and ?oats.
Bdward Jones (colored) u??-d very un
complimentary languag?. to l'oli eman C.
M. Johnson, at the First Police Sta
tion, and was fined 15.
After that, and the disposal of the Sat
urday and t?tinday drunks, which had ac
cumulated, Sergeant Thomas adjourned
the court.
Properly Transfera,
fttctunond: Nssrtoa L 'rynvs and wife
to Henry A. Smith, Z, tool on east side
Twenty-seventh street, between M and N,
MB
James H. Mason and wife to Charlott?
Mason's trustee, ih 1-1 feet on south side
Jackson street, t?.
Q. Z. Saunders and wife to George L.
Tenser, 2f) feet on south side Nieholaon
atrsst, jaw.
A. D. Whitlock to Philip Whltloek. 30
feet on south aide Orove avenue, 03 feet
fiom I'lum street, I2.<m.
Mary E. and Robert Weir to Henry A.
Smith, rj feel on east .id.- Twenty-scenth
Str. et. 113 feet south 'if N, UM
Hcnrico: J. T. Mitchell to William Brad
ley, ??u feat oo wont aid? James stn-i t,
40 feet north < I Jay, 1135.
A W. Patterson, special commissioner,
to Wirt E. Taylor, XV. A. Brysoa, ??rid O.
A. Hawkins, partners as Wirt B, Taylor
& Co., 5 acres near Dumbarton, $*>" '.
Mlljor l.lnl.r'a II. .pi. .1
The ?ZSCUtor? Of Major !..-wis Ginfer's
will paid over a few days since to Mrs.
Helen ?j>. MunsOB ?treasurer?, fc.'.oO for
the Virginia Home for Incurables. This
was the original bequest Of Major ?.in
ter, and Is now paid in the natural set
tling ot the estate.
Mrs. Harry B. ?'aines, of Newport
News, arrived here Saturday, to ap? n?l
s.v.ral days among her acquaintances.
Sh? is the guest of her brother, Mr. H.
B. Ellington, No. 318 north Twenty-fourth
trust
For I it ?1 i_.-?t lots
I'se llorsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. Gregory Doyle, Syracuse. N. Y.,
?aya: "I have frequently prescribed It In
caaes of indigestion and narrons prostra
tion, and final the result so satisfactory
that I ?hall continue it."
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BUYING rOUB GvAJLS FiiUM THJC
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Granulated Sugar, per pound . 6
Flat cans l'est ?Salmon . 6
Arhu? kl.-'s Ario.-?a Coffee, per pound 1"
?New Ba'rtn?. per p?ju!id . 6
Worceetei Sauce, per bottle. 6
Lion Coffee, 1-pound papers. VV4
orange County ?Creamery Butter
(best on th.? market?, per pound_ 15
Fresh Lemon ?Crackers, per pound. ?
Carolina rt.ce, per pound. 4
sfresb Oyster crackers and Cracker
Dust, per pound . 6
Home-Ma.le Jelly and Apple butter,
p.-r pound . I
New Hominy and Grits, per pound. 2
I'uie ?.?ral, pt-r pound . 5
Small Best Klngan's Hams, pound.. 10
We are esUlB? a ?a Mixed T.-.i for 25
Nice Small Hams, per pound . T
l*resb Mi.v.1 <"akes, with icing, p?r
pound . 7
N^w North Carolina CUppSd Her
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Virginia Comb Honey, per pound_ U
Rolled Oats, per package . 4
Ktrk's American Family Bonp, 2
bars for . 5
2 bars Kitchen S.',.;.. f.?r cleaning.. ?
New Bonalssa Codnsb, per pound.. ??
Freeh Orapa? received daily, per
basket . '?
??pound can J.-iiy . io
Try our Snow-Flake Patent Family
Flour, it's .fine, p. r barrsl.4 0)
or, par bag . U
Large Irish Potatoes, peek. l*?
I'otteal Ham or TOBgUS, *?>?-r can- i
Mill-Feed, p? r I 8 . 7??
Wooden Wssb-Boards, this week.... 6
Oats, per bush I . 28
COrn, par bushel . 40
L?rgC Cabbage, per head. 3
N'.-w Tomatoes, per can . 4
Large cans .*. 7
Silver King Minnesota Patent Fami
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or. per bag . 27
Try our Jefferson Spring Whe.it
Patent Flour, best In ths world,
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??r. per Back . -"'
Axe-Handles . ?
Dairy Shit, p?-r bag. S
New Llmhurger Cheese, per pound. l-'a
Lirge Mottles Ammonia, bottle. 5
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Most popular pill ever made.
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OsWliu'sWltobBiiaslBalva
sIFE
URE
PEEDY
, MME. LE CLIIrVS
FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY
Never Pall?.
INOOSIO I, TMOUOHJ.
TfSfnry-fiTe B c?nt ttamr* Im-irs tnal i?4r'.?r? and
connue?-, the ro?*rt(?k'pl?cal .1 their wowirrliii i?r??p
trti-a Add/*??. L?Cl?i? Pill l ?v, L. S Agt.it?.
??}*?ton. Mass. N B All?orreap.prftnceonf?n.s.ial
and r-turuni t,y m*,! *-ih trial i?ack ? ? Setsd s et.
in ?lamps f,.r P?mp)|il.? coataintog Valaakl?
l?r?rna?tlo? lor ?ad?.
For ?al? in Richmond by POLK MIL
LER LKLii COMPANY.
my 11 - W. FASuAtT u.Th*Sa3taw*-alt,nr
WIBbBIbTI
CLOVER, TIMOTHY,
GRASS SEED,
VIRGINIA WINTER SEED |
0AT5, WHEAT, RYE, Etc.
We make a specialty of High
Grade FIELD SEED.
Write us when buying.
N. R. SAVAGE & SON, |
GRAIN AND MID MERCHANTS,
RICHMOND, VA.
ee iU.iSdOi. l'ai?? -im
:?lrT
ISB IT" LE
?IVER
IPILLS
SICK HEADACHE
Positively cured by tlicse
Little Pills.
They also relieve Distress from Pysp4?psla,
indigestion and Too Hearty- Eating. A per
fect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, DrowsL
ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tonfju?
Pain in the Side, TORPID LI\T.R. They
Reigiilate the Bowels. Purely VasjatuMa,
"Small PHI. tl
*????? p
Substitution
*ho fraud of tho day.
Sec you get Carter's,
Ask for Carter's, m
Insist and demand
Carter's Little Liver Pills.
(Th Sa Tu & wj
v Kl* A h n a ai an* ai ka ?a?? ns
L D DOMINION
STEAMSHIP COMPACT,
O
Bfe
DAILY LINO
FOU
NEW YCliK,
EXCEPT bUNDAY.
1 j?senger? can leave R! ihinond dally
except Sunday, via Chtaagssag and
t)hio railway at t? a M . .,r Hlch
mond ?nd Pet?r?bur| railroad (Norlolk
anu Wtstsra route) ? A. M., connecting
at Nor'clk with Old Dominion Lin?
teamer railing .--?ne-, srsning at ?j o'clock
for New- Yi.rk.
ALL-WATER ROUTE.
Steamship Richmond ????v.? Jfahpoad
??try Monday al ? P- M. tor Saw York
vi-i Janie? river.
?nekem on sals *t Hl?hniond Transfer
Company'*'. I* ea?t Mam street. Chesa?
ueake ?nd Ohio railway. and Richmond
.rd pe*er?hurg railroad d?p?t?. and at
company? otile*. 1113 east Main straet.
Richmond. Bafg??? eh?-ok?d through.
FREIGHT
forN?>nO?. connecting with ?t?amer for
Ni?an.ff??1?' e-0Md oa* hour b,for* ??iling
"plight reeelved and to. ward.d. and
.v. ,f,?n bill? ot lading Issued for all
nonh.rn. ssstern. ?nd foreign port/ M
FROM NEW .ORAL
day. ?
ens?? < -*- 9*_** a'Miy- t'*cept Sun
, g P- M. tSulurday, 4 p. M ) to
? or ?J?'1 f0*nt. Comfort, connect
v,.?. river foot oi iieac-n street.
Fraigat received and forwarded ??-illy,
a.'?lt^rt?yinformstloB apply to
For f*irtniuHN K.MAYER, Agent,
ex
For
121. ?ast Main ?tr.-et,
Richmond. Va.
? ?L oulllaudeu. W'-?-President and
TrTfBC_Man>.?.r. New York. j, ja^
pHiLADELi'tUi*. liU:il-l?3^
-t uosd and NOHFuuK iaaaslaB???
fjTgAMSHiP COMPANY.
annolnted ?ailing day?; HTvery TL'EaV
)A?. F1ULAY, ?nd SUNDAY at day
oserai Southern Ag'nt: ?>lTic^ Rocketa.
Oaaerai t-*? w p rrynR 4 p?,
^^CAiN LliNE.
? AST EXPRESS ?Kin ICI
?, ? YOU W?TBAMMON ILONDOH)
5t%M ling W?dn.*.d?r? ?t H) A. M.
. i (K*ul2 nt. Loui?.50T. 141
St. on?.?.,. .., 31. P?.u!.NOT.2S
Part?.uc
^fAm*Tm1t.?
?ED STAR LINE.
w yohK-*-4)riHAMlM?'N-ANrVVEKP
-?'- , Vv??rT W.duesdaT a, I ** Noon?.
2 T?ML*nOc? I? ! MOOBDLASD ... Not. ',
*Jr;??a.?.4?''?rr? on? ?e?-o..d- an.l third
IMTfUW ATION Au M A VI i A riON OX.
one?, ? HotTliut ??r?su, ?L f.
W.tlr-ALBK*A?iA,
,Ul^Til.Tb*t4slf U?hiraoal.
-?AUITU gl'LPHin *?YATB?,
FROM THE OLD GREEN BRIER
WH1TB> ? ?^
Wt ?jav? thl? Water now m both quart
and pint bottle?. fr?sh from the Springs.
PUIVCITLU LADD A CO..
jy t-ts Whoieaait? Dfusg**?-?
RAILROAD LISES.
?XsLf?.
CHESAPEAKE
AND
^ffitflPP OHIO KAILWAT.
LffrtllT? October it, IM?**?.
THtlMUgWE HI? IIKO.MI. BROAD?
MtRKET STATIOJI.
?:?u A. M., Dally, with Parlor car,
for Norfolk, Portsmouth.
Old Point, Newport News,
and principal station?. Ccr.
uects at Norfolk with New
York steamers, except Sun
day.
3:4.1 p. ML, Daily, with Pullman, tor
local station, New-porl
News, Old Point, Norfolk.
and Portsmouth. Conn-jets
at Old Point with Washing
ton steamers dally, and with
I'.iltlmnr? steamers, except
a.? _ ?fanusy.
gSmS A. M , />ay Express, with Parlor
car, except Sunday, for Clif
ton Forge. <"onn?"a"ts at Oor- I
donsville for Orange, CUI"
Peper, Calverton. Manassas. 1
Alexandria, and Washing
ton: ut Cnion Station. Char- t
lottesvllle. for Lynchburg; at
Hasle for Hagcrstown.
:18 P. M? Daily, with Pullmans, to
Cincinnati. Louisville, and
St. Louis, connecting at
?ovlngton, Va., for Hot
?Springs. Stops only at Im
portant stations. Meals
served on dlnlng-cara.
No. 7. Ix?cal Train, except
Sunday, follow, above train
from Gor.lonsville to Staun
ton.
5:30 P. M., A.: "ommodatlon, ?except Sun
daw for Doswell.
10:3? P. M., Dally, for ?inclnnatl, with
F. F. V. Pullmans to lilnton. XV.
Va., and ??ordonsvllle to
Cincinnati and Louisville.
?.[ ?.- I on ?ilning
ears. ?Connecta at staun
Iob, except Sunday, for
Winchester, Va., and at
?'?'vingt.?n. Va., dsily, for
Hot Springs.
lltllVS LK.tVF, RIGHTH-STHKRT
\T ATIO.V
10.30 A. M., Daily, for Lynchburg, Lex
ington, Va. and Clifton
Forge. Connects.. except
Sunday, with Buckingham
and Alberen.' branches, an?)
at Clifton Forge with No. 1
for Cincinnati.
5;00 P. M., Kzcept Sun.lay. for Colum
Ma.
TRAIV* ARRIVE AT III? inillM).
BROAD-STRKKT ST ATIO.V
S:00 a. M., Fxcpt Sunday, from Dos
w.-l!.
S-BSA. ML, Dolly, from Cincinnati.
lO: 1.1 A. M, Dally, from Norfolk and
Old Point.
3:30 P. ML, Dally from Cincinnati and
Louisville.
0:50 P. M., Dally, from Norfolk and Old
Point.
7:45 P. M., Kxceot Sunday, from Clif
ton Forge.
TRAINS WIIUIK KlliHTH-VTRKUT
STATION.
8:40 A. M., Except Sunday, from Colum
bia.
B*BB P. M., Dallv, from Lynchhurg, Lex
ington, an.I ?iifton Forge,
and, except BuBday, from
New Castle and Rosney.
JOHN D. POTTS.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
RJULWil.
4.30
Schedule Elfe?* live October 0, IHOH.
TRAINS LBAVR RICHMOND, VA.
l-.a?? ?. _., Nu. _, BOUIUSTB ^??v??--?a,
daily, fur Autuiia, Augus.a, and
lioints South, Sleeper KichmouU to
Daiiviil?, Or?ie!i*o?ji'o'. Salisbury,
Charlotte, Columbia, and Augus.a.
Sleeper open at ?.3U P. M. Stop*
at all stations between Richmond
and Danville to take un and Its'. ott
passeagein.
Connects at Danvlll?, Salisbury,
and Charlotte with ?ne Washington
and Southwest.rn Limited ?,No. St),
carrying sleepers New York to
Ashevilita, Hot Springs, Chattanoo
ga, and Nashvilla' Ne?? York to
Memphis, New York to New Or
leans. New y0rk to Tampa, an?!
first-class daily coach betwe'ii
V? ? ?Uni?'ton and Memphis < .ouaec
tions are made for ail pointa m
Texas and California. Sleepar open
a__* ? ' " ociiupaiicy at 8:30 P. M.
13:01p.M.. No. 7. solid train, dally, for
Charlotte, N. c. ooaneets st Moas
ley with Parmvllle and Powhatan
railroa?. Al Keysvtlla for Clark?
vi'le, Oxford, Henderson, and Dur
ham, and at Greensboro' for Dur
ham, Hale.'ich. and Winston Sal.-m.
at Danvlll? with No. '25. Cntt.-d
States fast mall, solid train, daily
for New urleans and points South,
which carries sleepers New York to
New Orleans and New York to
Jacksonville. Tbr? ugh ?leeper Saliav
bury to Memphis: also. Pull
man t??ur!st sleeper every Wednes
day, Washington to San Francisco,
_ w"ni,ut change.
0:00 p M . No. 17 local dal'v, exr-s-pt
Sunday, for Keysville. Chase City.
and Intermenlst? points.
TRAINS ARRIVM AT RICUMOND.
BSBB A. M.
? 35 p, M . irons Atlanta, Augusta,
AshevllL. and Nashville.
?:4? A. M.. fiou? cha?? City and K.eya
ville.
I/'CAL FREIGHT TRAINS
Nos 61 and ?**. between Manchester ai?d
Neapoll?, Va. '
YORK-RIVER LIKE ~ ivmn rotsr,
THE FAVORITE It ?M IK BORTB,
LEAVE RICHMOND.
?. M., M ' m\ MUlimOIS Limited.
ally, ?*x?i?-n Sunday, for Weat
Point, there making close conaec
Gajti uu Moadays, VVednesdays, a?.?i
Frida}? with ?learner for Balti
more; also, with stage at Lester
Manor fur Walkertoii and Tappa
hannock on Tuesdays, Tliur?dav?,
and Saturday*. """"""",
3:30 P
du
W?J
UOBS. ''ann.. is with stag?, at Les
ter Manor for Walherton and Tap
panai.ii j? Is also, at Weat Point
with steamer for I!-..'-.lmore. atop.?
at all .?loii us
8:0O A M , No H. Ixical Mixed. Leav??
dally, exoept -"unc-ay, from Vil
glnla-Street Station for Weat Point
and Intermediate stations, connect
Ing with stage at lister Manor tor
Wa'kertnn -?n?1 Tnr,? nliannoek
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICUMO.VO.
B:17 A. M , daiiy.
iO.au A ML, Wednesdays and Frida?,?
ouhf.
7.U5 p. ML, daily. ?ix? >-i it Sunday, from
West Point ?and intermediate sta
tion?.
kjte?mere leave Weat Point at 8 P. M.
Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fridays, and
Baltimore at 5 P M. Tuesdays. Thurs
days, aid Saturday*.
Ti. Ket-'ifHce at station. f"ot of Virginia
street ?'pen from > A M 'o * p M,
?nd from ? ? P. M. to II A M. City tickst
office It* ?-?st Main sfe-t.
jMrilJ', W A TURK.
Traffie Mansa??/ Own J'ss? Agent.
FRANK S. GANNON. Third Vlee-Preat
?Jent and General Manager, Washington,
C?'W WBBTIH.'RY, Travelling Pas
ir Agant. ?10 east Mai? street. Rich?
je ft
DEPARTIR? OF STKAMKHS,
^\m\m HAVIGATIM
JAMES RIVER
DAY LINE.
Staamer POCAHONTAS ?caves MON
DA I. WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY at T
A. M tot Norfolk. Portsmouth, old Point,
Newport Newa, Claremont. and James?
riw^r iaiidins*. and conuecliug at Old
p. nit and Norfolk for Washington, Bai?
mora, and the North.
Ktate-rooms reaajrved for Ike night at
" ns?tVtc-carB*"direct to the wharf. Fare.
oniv II W *ad 11 to Norfolk. Music by
__?i oichssirlon.
vreiaht received for above-named places
??/sil poinw in Bastsrr. \ irginia ?nd
A. U- Prawry. Prssldent tWft
Orders fur printing sent f> be Vla
pach Company will b? givao prompt at
tentlon, and the Btyl? of work and prices
will be aure to please you.
?mi na.uruays.
P. M., No. id. local ?xtircss, Mon
i.iya, We.Inesdais, and FYidays for
West Point and Intermediate'sta
AlUtOAD um
da?? I?. aatSs.
LsTsAVg, RlCHMOHU, BYM?.??rr?Agr*i>
aMaaanVB,
OVO a. M., Ll4.alJtG.ND AMD NOR
kVLmH. ?aWilULLa? LalkUl?
EU. Arrive? Norfolk ll:ii
A M. ?Lop? ?ui| al PsBsra?
Our?, Waverly, ?Sal SiaCoik.
akcoud- claas ticket? n?*+ as*
. .. . m. i'**?1-"?! ";i this train.
?:4JS A. M, THE CHICAGO r^PaTBfsB.
lor Lyuchburg, Roanok?, Ce?
iumbu?. and Chicago. Pull
man Sleep,, r K?ui?oa? tO Ce
luni-ju?, al*v, tot WrUto?.
? ?... ? km i^noi,r-?-'*' -?"?I Chial?anaog??.
** P. M , For Suffolk, Norfolk, s??Mn**
l> < m?diat? ?tail,?rs arrives
?a y? r. s. f.1 Norfolk at xv lu P mJ
*-47?? P. M.. r or Lynthbuig am Bos
uoh?. Co h ne?.-u at Roaaose
wlih W.shkngtou and Chat?
isaa
1%
imaoomt Limit??!. Pulla..
i-*ie.p?-rs R.,..,i?,ke tu afti
l?h.? and New Orleans Pu
man Sleeper between Rlc
.-tick?
,. . d and Lynchbura. sad
beith? ready for uccutj?????./
a i HMO P. M7 Alao. ptOV*
5::in Sleeper l'eteisour-? .?.
loaooke.
irain? ?rrtv? Klchrnond fro./ l^nch?
burg ana lb? W.st dally at s.ia A- st
and 8:6? P. M.; from Norfolk and tb?
East at 11.-0G A. ml., and VESTIUL'LKD
LIMITED at ? ? p. m.
Ornee: US Main Btreet.
R. W. COCRTNBT.
Watrlc? Pas<enue.r AgtnL
W R. MEVfl.,..
. ? ?General Pa???p.g?r Agent.
-Ci-?* - nrT c*, Rsanoke. Ca t? if
B V Xj p Ricumonl," freie
SobcUal? I? Kff?*at Ms. 1?, IH?H.
U-VAla. Ull4A>-?iaa;a5'f STA'1U?.*4.
AW A. A4., ..... ?, loi Wa?uii?si??u ?u-j
IVOlula U?Mth. Sl01>? UUaJ -v.
ALiford and fredai icaaburg.
Pullouau B.??v?ii? lo 1-saa
m ran . ?, ?or
SBB A.J?.. Sunday on'y, for U ashleg?
ton an i i ?ints Nona. Hops
M All??. 4AI?d All.u. Ash
Md. TayT?ir?srtll?. Dossrsll
R?ther G!?n. P?nola. Mil?
'"id. W oo.islane. . il?i. *.
*> i m m i t, Frsdei ickaburg.
? rook?, and V.ld? water.
J'ulimaii car.
S.ea A at, I'ally, exoept gwsd?y, for
Waahlngt?>n and psHnui
North s ,?p? at Bibs. A?b
laud, 'iaylorsvlll?, I">?weil.
, ,...W>. ,* .. i . _? ?111.
It. ilbar ?.leu, ivas.. MU*
<?<i?ian?. .?um??,
, ]^.i?"*ijasbura.
and Aid- wat.r.
?ord. W ,?od?lan?. ? luinss,
l ?i ni m 11, VtaaI?rtaasbui g.
J?i??..ke. a
... ~. . rullmas ca?.
IS.-tS? M Pall?, except H ?n?*ar. fsg
?v ashi.m n and point?
North. Slop? at Elisa, i.i.-ra
*?'MS Akhlaiid. IXMiaell.
M I If O r d, ?'l edarlcket Jrg.
tJit-sjfe. and. VMd.aat?-.
Parlor car. Al??. connects
?l th ?o? ?i? ?Mouul Lisait??!
?al Wastn'??t .?,
f:lt P. M. Dal??, tor Wa?hlngtoa snd
p,>iiis North H ,. at Elba.
Aahlsnd, Doaweil. Mllford.
Freder!rk?burg. Hrooks, and
Wldewstcr, and other ??s
tlnn? Sunday?, fsleeper Rfsfb?
moud to New ? "..-?>
AMAIVIC UYalD-aTIIMKT STA I IOS.
a-at, a ..!.. DsUjr. -?lop? ai VMd.water,
Hrooke. Fredericksbuig, Mil*
lord, Do?w?l?, A-.'ii?. d. aad
Elbti. and other .tai.uo?
Sunday?. Sleeper N?? York
i?, Itlchmond.
B.eSi.sg. I ally. ?\<?-pt Sunday. Stop?
at Wldewatar. Hrooka
'rederlcksburg. SumtulL
..?a. Wo'i'Wuif. Miltoidi,
r.-nola, Ruth?r Glen, Do?
?ell, Tayloravlile, Ashlan.t,
(lien Allen, and rllr..?. Par?
flu P. M.
g:M P. U.
I??r car from \\ k- . i.gton.
lially. Stops only at Fred?,
rie!??!/.??- M'-swei'. Aah?
land, and Bit? r*uliBtaa cars
fsom New fork.
^?%l!y Stop? at Wl.h-aater,
HrooVe. l.'riKleriok.l.iirk.
a?mmlt, Ooln.'i?. woedalane,
MUford. Pen?la, Ruthf-r
C.ier, r?o?we?l. Taylor?vl!!e,
A.hland. Oler. Allen, and
FREDERICKWO ACCOM SOI?\t |0*4.
vUAi.J ?attTagl BuUO+j j
4 ???? i .m.. iv.?.av?a Wi--i"'.i ataiiou.
BUMIA. M-. Arrise? L?yru-siic?*i *?.?iiu?
ASIitVASJD TMAin?.
(Daily aacept Suuuay.i
?At A.M. Leave? a *?a.
B:*1P. M. L?-aves Lib.
8 44JA M . Arris?? Mb*.
?.(jtl'M, Arriver? Elba
W. P. TVYl/m Trafflc Memgea-.
E. T- D. Br?ra, Pr? -?'?lent. ap il
? (I L ATLANT,(%00iST
bs-bedul?* lu Effea-l a??"? M?, liua,
TRAINS LEAVK 1114 llM<?Ml-l MO*4
UEPUT.
7.M A. hi.. Sunday uccommodatlon ar.
rive? pel. i.buig ?..'... makes
uli ?lop? Utumiuud anil
iv-i-ifcbuig railroad.
U:U0 A. al.. l?ui?y. Arrive? P.teraburg
9M A. M . Norfolk 11:76 A.
M Stops only at Pcloraburg,
Wavarly, and Suffolk, Va
B Oft A M . Dally. Arrive P.terat.ura
??u A. hi.. Weldor, 11 If
A M.. Faycttaville *Jt P.
M., Charl.at.'ii 1?-? 1. M,
Saviiriiiah L'.W A. M . Jsck
iontllla 7:30 AM, l'on
lainiya C.? P M. Conn?ota
at Wilson with No. 4*7, ar
riving (ioldab.ro' 3:10 P. M ,
Wilmington 6:40 P. M Pull
ii.an Alt' per New York t?
.1- KBoBtille. *??
?88P. M.,I>>>'). L"i ?I. Arrive? r?.
tersburg 1.41 P. M. Mak?e
nil ?top?.
4 40 P. M, Sunday accommodation. Ar?
rive? P?ter?Iiirg 6UI P. M.
Make? all ?tops Itlchmond
and Peteraburg istlreac
5 80 P. M., Dull!- Arrive? Petersburg
1:30 P. M Make.? all local
?top? Ri. hm<m?7 and Peters
burg rallroel
T SO P. M . l'?ly Arrives Pet?raburg
8:(M P. .M . ??.on? t? atth
Norfolk end Western for
Norfolk end Intermediate
pointa, Brnporla 1:10 icon
i-ctB with A. and D. for
r-A 'on? b"tw?'.-i> Lmporla
. i 1 . , wren- ville;, ?ve I'I on
12 P M, Kayett. vill?, 1:07
If . ?Marl? si?,o ? ?I A. M?
Savannah l'??t A M . Jatk
. ?it? 1 P. M . Pon Tarawa
" *> p ** . T
NBW LINK T?> Bionr.B
'OHOIA F*01?4Ta7 Airlv
tffci . 7 H A. M.. Augujts
A ?' Macon 11 A. M?
? , |M? ! M Pullman
SI epsr? N?w York to Wll
t.,h,?ton J? iksonvllte, l'on
Tampa, Atkcn, Augusta, and
M.ic??n.
B.inP M-. Pslly Arrive? Peterabor?
-?Il P. M. Wel.lon 11? f,
M Maks?? local ?l"i>? be
tween Petersburg ami Wei
don
11-40 P. M , D-'lly. Arrive, r-tersl uri
12 ? A. M . I.ynchbur? & it
A M R'.ar.. ',.- T IS A. U.
M Pullman
?-.?er R?chni-nd to Lyoc?.
burs
TRAIN?? ARRIVE i? l? 11.141*411.
4 oo a M-, Li???y. iioiu juca?*oville, St..
vauilah, ?a ?. . Aii?.iii4
0B, Augusu, ami ail
.?h.
8 IS A. M . 1 ul7y, cacpt Sunday, At?
Unta, Athen?. Kalelgh. H u
deison, Lyr.chburg. ?nd the
8-37 A M L?il>- Peter?hurg ?.
k OU A. M , Sunday onh , from Atlanta.
Athen?. Raleigh. Henderson.
Lynehburg. ?ad the W??t.
It-OS A. M.. I'-'.'.ly. Norfolk. Suffolk, sag
P.teraburg.
O 40 P. M., Daily. Jacks??oville. Savan
nah, Criarle??-"'!. Wllmlng
ton, Ooldaboru'. un.? mil
pointa 8<>uth
?M P. M.. Dally. Norfolk, Suffolk. Wa>
vsuly, and 1 ,i?i..ii .i,.
S.50 P. M., Du.'.y. Petersburg. Lynch*
bsjrg". and the West.
l?*'OS A. M.. Sunday accommodatlor*.
T.fata p. hi . Sunday accomm Man?.?.
a*. R KENLY. T. M. FMKRSOM.
General Manager. Traftl, Mnnsster.
H. M F.MKR*lf>B.
Seu?rsl Pas?*ng?r AgsaC
C. B CAMPIHTLL.
Ja M DivUlon Paasengsr Agaal.
UAIUIM.TO.? FIREPLAt F. U17ATLHS
UKAUtgt ARIER*.
MOT-AIR FLRN.V-*A?.
RAKQE8. COOKINU, A D
.,?.-,~?,r...?. . .. HEATINO ?fT'OVESL
l--?*B?--?-=??B ^-J GAS-HEA^InTI
PLUMBINO. TINNING, AND GAsV
F1TTINO ^mmmw
ALL aUND? REPAIRINO PROMPTLT
ATTfJNDEn TO.
JOHN nOWEUP,
as l-?fi?Sn. Ma T Oovernor ttreae.

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