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_THE RICHMOND DISPATCH-WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1898. "
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Twent) ti?? cur..?, 2S cent?.
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the l i,t of th? Father* of
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i no coMlvencss. no heartache.
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of Randolph-Macon ('oi-B
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It i?? be nil !t claims In re?
liair to Its natural colorai
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mi OUI well-known Optical L- ibli.h
'hing reliable and lowest charge?
LAST MAIN STREET.
Factory, 8 ?oath Tenth street.
Will Eradicate WORMS
PR.CE25c.-5 PER VIAaV
(ap 6-Wi 8a ly)
?li? oiiiin im v.s.
?IN IN? ? ORAN. INQ PERMIS
1" OLD DOMINION HOSPITAI
?N8TRUCT AN OVERHEA1
1CR08S THE ALLEM lN
OF EAST BROAI
ed by th* 4 miuil o! the cit;
permission is hereby granted t<
... ?, Hoapltal to construe
Broad m -
aid adle*/, and a> 1
/ ,i,in, manner, and material
... it shall be construct??,
?, :., approval of the 4,'ity En
? aatad subjae
?a, r of amendment, and th
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, i loon such rerocatloi
in - .,i ..: i pei rnlt don th
?, or any sub
Or ovMiers of ? ?l?l 1 ".mini"
.1 ,| th* property 1.
I ,mir,. diately confort
?i i? granted subject t
? lid Domini"
tli?- propel i v IJI
t -aid Old I??>mlnlon '
. i , ..-i Broad sir-et. Bill mdem
i rae, and ?-ave harmlesa th
mond f'"in anj eharg . <i.<m
ai in.it the said city may 1>
l any perso
uriug. d in ans
oi person by t ild hi Idge, or b
, of any Judgment, decree, or orde
n any controver?
: r relating to the. ?-rectlor
management Of sa:
?aid Old i ".minion Hospital an
) east Broad H;
I failure to conform fullv to th
>? or*Jlaaace ?>r any anten?
,,, ?cation thereof, or any r?
I? , i inder, the ?aid OI
Hospital and owner?- of N.
- Broad ?tr?'et. or any ?i>b?e<?ueti
! Old I?"ir?ini.?'? Hospital and 125
itreet, shall !<? liable to a fin
m than five nor atore than <?n
i doliera; each day's failure to b
' AU ordinance? or part? of ordinance
repealed so far a? ?he ?am
:.u?nce ?ball be In for.-, fror
r?I. T. AUGUST.
U-5t City Clerk.
i ?id paper? for sale at the Dispatc
IN OUR SIFTER CITY.
MAYS OF -TIEBDAV GLEANED OB
THE 801TH 8IDE.
Mrs. inm^mjB grahite.
Thl? Aged Lady Quietly Passed Away
Yeaierday Afternoon ?a? Her Home
Two Hoar (ases ta Mayor Maurice'?
Court ThtB Morning-Briefs.
Mrs. Cstherine Cleary Vaughan. a well
known and ag?d lady of Oranlte. died
at her home yesterday afternoon at 8
Pe. racl was aged 71 years, and was
also wel! known In Manchester. She had
visited here, and there are many who
will bo ?let-ply grieved to learn of her
?lrath. The funeral arrangements have
not been made.
Private advice? received here announce
'hat Mr. Georg? Brandla. son of Mr. A.
C. Brandi?, who wa? hurt in a railway
shop at Louisville several days ago. was
getting along nicely. It is thought now
that his Injury will not be as serious as
at first feared.
THIS IS DOG-DAY.
This bids fair to be deg-day in the Po
Court. Hannibal Randolph (colored)
has been summoned before Mayor Mau
.pon complaint of Mr. W. A. Brook?
that the Afro-American kept a vicious
dog, which ran on tha street and bit the
Itrooks not later than Monday af
ternoon. Randolph will be ?xpeeted to
teil why hi? canine ?hould not be killed.
A case of Interest will be that in which
Mr <*. T. M'?ore will be called upon to
explain why he killed the dog of another
colored man. Mr. Moore says he saw
the negro'? dog attack his wife on the
publie walk and bite her ?avagely. He
got his gun and 'ollowed the animal to
tho very gate of his owner, and then kill
CAN REGISTER NOW.
The registrars of the four wards of the
city will keep th^lr book? open from now
"n to the 2i*th of this month, giving any
on? who \vi?hes an opportunity to ragte?
r. HOWSVST, no one can register or get
a transfer between the 29th and Novem
.'i, which is election-day.
TERRIFIC BOIEER EXPLOSION.
There was a terrific boiler explosion
B? .r lover Hill Monday, and Mr. Sam
uel Homer's saw-m.ll was completely de
molished. The mill was located on the
Wonderful as It may seem, though the
; : a where the mill stood looks like it
w? re the path of a fierce cyclone, no one
"f tho several men about the plaoa WSfS
;n the ?e-as? Injured. Planks near the mill
Wer? burled many feet away.
PERSONAL* AND BRIEFS.
The case of the negro boys chare"'!
With shOOtlng Mr. Thomas Hatcher has
iitltiu.il until the November term.
The trial of D. D. Egl.r. charged wltl
I ' ?raying a young woman of th? OOUnty,
was also continued until the next term.
A runaway, involving three estorsd
i-a n. a mule, and cart, occurnil on Hull
yesterday morning. No one was
hurt, but the curt. The mule went back
to Chesterfield, leaving the men and cart
to como on when it best suited their con
E VEXING COLLEGE OF Y. M. C. A.
llaiul-Ilook Jail Out?Commercla
Law, \ ... ?I Muele, Ac, 'Iu.ikIu.
Owing to sickness in the official rank
at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, there has been a delay in gettinj.
out the annual hand-book. "Education an?
Health" made its appearance yesterday
and among the other important an
nOOBOSmante are the following classes
Commercial Law. held Saturday eve
nlng 8 to 9 o'clock, and Instructed bj
Mr. J. T. I^awrence. This is a practica
study for the book-keepers and privat?
sentarles of the city. In the sevet
months' court- the principles of com
: law are taught, relating to con
negotiable papen, partnerships
ag? ardes, and business papers.
Vocal Music on Tuesday and Frida*.
< v? nlnga, under the Instruction "t I'i"
i- ?r Frank S. Thompson. The instruc
ii"ii of Mr. Thompson will embrac- seal?
ami Intervnla, rythm. malady, transposi
tion, minor keys, chromntlc scale an?
B, modulation, practical harmony
.m 1 song in form.
Electricity on Monday and Thursda?
evenings Mr. C. E. Fairbanks, of th?
Bell t.nphone, instructor, it is propose?
to teach the fundamentals in as man?
branch, s of elactrlcity as possible, an.
to demonstrate by practlcnl Illustration:
and apparatus the application of thes<
laws In the various uses of this subth
Bochanteal Drawing on Tuesday an?
Friday evening?, under the tutorship o
A. P. Montague, Commissioner of La bo
Sign-Writing, Mr. Harry Huber. sign
writing instructor. Instruction In the ar
?.f sign-writing in all Its branches, sue!
as card-marking, sign-lettering, glldini
In all styles pertaining to signs, smaltlm
signs, gilding on glass, etc., will b
Telegraphy, with Mr. XV. M. Bickers
ti .in dispatcher of the Chesapeake an
Ohio, in charge of this instruction, an'
the practice in the science of telegraph;
In view of the fact that the hand-boo]
has been delayed, th.? Evening Oolleg
Committee have decided to Map th
opeo for enrolment to and in
eluding October 18th. After that date n
student will be admitted, unless he ca
pass a satisfactory examination.
The enrolment In the Evening Colleg
Is now 2,v>. with twelve senior and fou
TH AWE? AM) LABOR COl'XCIL.
Street Itullwu> Company'? Actla
ii.?.. n?-?'?i ?nd Criticised.
The initial meeting for the fall of tl
Richmond Trade? and Labor Council wa
held last night In Smith's Hall. The a
tendance wa? very good, and the del?
gates of the various unions reported th;
unionism was on the boom" in Hid
mond. One of the most interesting que
tions which came up for discussion St
the street-car question. This was handl?
In a manner which would leave r
doubt In the minds of the people how t!
wa rklngnicii feel about this ?roblen
which Is of so much interest to man
Tha setlOB of the Richmond Railway ar
Electric Company in cutting the wag'
of their eanployaaa was strongly d
nounced and one of the gentlemen pre
ant stated that it was apparent to a
that there was no necessity for so doin
He ?poke of the proposed removnl
track? now before the Council, and 1
asked that resolutions be passed co
.l.ninlng the proposed removal and a cor
mlttee be appointed to appear befo
the Council t?> protest against such a
?ion at this time, when th. Maln-stre
franchise is nearly ready for sale.
What he ?aid seemed to make a de?
-Ion on the council, and the ?en
, i the body was to await the action of ti
<ir.'et Committee, and If the matter w
r,,t killed there then the Trades Couni
would send a committee before the Cou
ell to protest against It. There 1?
?pro?ilc Dtarrhoea Contracted la tl
While in the army Mr David Taylo
n??w proprietor of the Commercial Hot?
wind Ridge. Greene county. Pa., em
tractsd chronic diarrhoea. In ?peakln
of it he says: "I hav? never found avj
thing that would give me ?uch quick i<
- lief as Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera, an
h Diarrhoea Remedy."
1 (oc l_-W,ttet?lBuntoc ?ar)
strong feeling In th? council against cut
ting employees, s s they claim that street
railway? pay w#1) ? Richmond.
Much pleasure was expressed at tho
nope? of Richmond for a torpedo-boat
After one of the most Interesting meet
ings the council ever held the body ad
journed till the fourth Tuesday In Octo
WERE WEDDED I? PCLTOff.
Miss Abbs MeCaul Brennte? Mrs.
A very pretty wedding took place at the
Fulton Baptist church laat evening at
8:30 o'clock, when Miss Anna W. MeCaul
became the bride of Mr. Everett H. Wilk
The ceremony was performed by the
new pastor of the church. Rev. O. Cabeli
Hening. in the presence of a great throng
of friends and acquaintances of the popu
lar young couple.
The bride pn?ses?es many personal
?harms and many beauties of character.
She 1? a daughter of Mr. Alexander Me
Caul, of Williamsburg avenue.
Mr. Wllkinaon is a young merchant of
Fulton, of much popularity and bright
They will reside in Fulton.
MR. GORDON TAKES A BRIDE.
Mr. Jarnes H. Gordon and Miss Ada V.
Ogllvle were married at the residence of
the bride, No. 317 north Twenty-third
street, yesterday morning at 9 o'clock.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.
T. Mast?n, of Trinity Methodist church.
Only Intimate friends and relativ?.?,
were present and witnessed the nuptial?.
Th?; bride Is an accomplished and at
tractive young lady, the daughter of
Mr. John Ogttvte. Mr. Gordon Is an em
ployee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail
way Company, and is a popular and mod
After the ceremony the young couple
left via the Chesapeake and Ohio route
on their bridal tour.
MR. JONES AM? MISS FARRIS WBO.
Mr. Eugene F. Jones and Miss Clara
N. FarrU, both of Richmond, went to
Washington Monday and were married
In that city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones returned to Rich
mond last ni^ht and were met by friends
and relatives and welcomed home.
The bride is an attractive young lady,
the daughter of Mr. L. M. Farris. th.
druggist at No. : '? v. est Broad BtfSSt
Mr Jones is a favorably known young
busineas-man of this city.
They will reside on west Marsh ill
street, where, last night, an informal
reception was tendered them.
To Wed a Richmond Mon.
The Washington Star Of ye.-t?-r?l ?> say?;
The wedding of Miss Ltlllan May Eber
ly, of Washington, D. C and Mr. Btver
II? Jackson Smith. Jr.. of Richmond, will
take place at 4:30 P. M.. on th? 1-th in
stant, at the home Of the brids*8 parent-.
In the presence of relatives and a few
friend? of the bridal couple.
HOYT'S "A PAni.OR MATCH."
A I'l.naliiK Perfnrmenoe, Tim null Not
I I? ti? Expectation?.
"A Parlor Match." Hoyt'a musical
comedy, which Evans and Hoey, by their
Individual effort?, succeeded In keeping
before the public so long, was presented
at the Academy last night, but did not
prove quite the success that was expect
ed of it. While It served to amuse the
large audience that greeted the produc
t:on, yet portions of the performance
dragged a good deal, and the first act wa?
almost entirely without life. The weak
point in the company was it? lack of
good voices, none of the musical numbers
being well rendered. I. MeC'.rker. the book
agent, was acceptably played by J. W.
Kingsley, while Mark Sullivan, as Old
Hc'SS, did the most clever work of the
company, and made quite a hit in Hoey's
famous character. Edith Hoyt, as Inno
cent Kldd, lacked the vivacity pecessary
to make the part "go." and certainly
could not sing.
Some of the specialties Introduced In
tl? second act were very clever. Tom
Rrowne, the whistler, had to respond
to several encore?, and Mark Sullivan.
In hl? sorg, "I Want to Be a Soldier,"
i.'d a hit. The Olympic Quartette, as
"Our Volunteers." did some lightning
drilling, which was received with the
greatest enthusiasm. The performanc as
a whole was pleasing, though It probably
did not quite come up to the ixpectatlon?
of very many In the audience.
On to-morrow night at the Academy of
Music. Mr. Charles Coghlan, the c?l?brai
ed English actor, and his superb com
pany of players, will b? seen in the ac
t.'i's latest success, "The Royal Box."
The play Is a revision of an old comedy
drama dated during the reign of Georaje
IV., which wts considered the master
piece of that period. Mr. Coghlan? lead
lng lady thiB season la Miss Katborlnc
Grey, who Is quite a New York favorite,
and an artist of high attainments. The
remainder Of the ca6t appear? almost the
same as that which supported Mr. Cogh
lan during his engagement here last
The International Grand Opera Com
pany, the most complete organization that
has appeared here since the National
Grand Compuny. about ten years ago,
will give a brief season of opera at the
Academy on next Friday and Saturday.
Ota Friday evening "?'armen," with Mme.
Kronold in the title role, will be ?ung,
and on Saturday at the matinee, "Romeo
and Juliet'' will be heard for the fir-t
time in this city. Mme. Clementine De
Ver.- is to sing the leading role, and thl
beauty of the music is said to be incor
porated in sympathy with the prima
donna's voice. Saturday Bight "11 Tro
vatore" 1? to be sung, Mme. Kronold
again appearing as the principal singer.
Outside of these tWU well known slng
BTS, tha company is composed Of some ol
the best tenors, bassos, eta?, of the pres
ent grand opera stage, both in this coun
try and Europe.
HELD ITS AMBUAM* MEETING.
Another ll??|.|>.? Year for St. Mary's
II. ai. lia lui i.nil -...lui I nlon Passed.
The annual meeting of St. Mary's Bene
ficial and Social Union, for the election
of officer? for the ensuing year, was held
There was a large attendance of th?
members. The reporta of the various ofii
cer? ?were submitted and showed th?
union to be in a flourishing condition.
Mr. E. A. Stumpf, who has so admira
bly served the union as president durinf
the past two years, was re-elected to tha'
The other officers were elected as fol
lows: Vice-President, Joseph XV. Bliley
Recording Secretary, Louia B. Schutte
Financial Secretary, Louis B. Hatke: As
si?tant Secretary, G. Syl. Ros?; Trea
surer. George B. Bliley; Sergeant-at
Arms. Edward R. Schrawdt; Board o
Trustee*?A. H. Felthaus. John M. Hulch
er. and John Amrhtln
The fall reunion of the union, a? pre
Viouaty announced, will be held Mein,
day, October n?th, at the farm of Mr
Charles Middendorf, in Cheaterfiel?
St. Mary's Beneficial and Social Unloi
Is one of the most popular organisation
In this city, and has a memberahip of 160
BELIEF FOR FEVER SIFFEHKH?
Mayor Harrison, of Chit-ago, Calla foi
CHICAGO, ILL-, October H.-Mayoi
Carter Harri?on to-day Issued a proeia
nation calling for contributions for th?
relief of the yellow-fever sufferers in th?
South. Contributions of money or sup
piles will be received by the Mayor, an?!
forwarded to Bishop Galloway and Colo
nel James Powell. Secretary of State
Jackson. Miss. The Illinois Central rail
road has agreed to transport all the sup
plies donated, without charge,
THE OPENING GERMAN
FIRST DANCE Or THE BEASO*4
GIVE.?! LABT SIGHT.
BRILLIAHT SCEIE AT TBE TEMPLE.
Th? Leaders la Richmond ftocietr
and Maar Vlaltor? Kujoy the
Fe.llsltle.?The Chaperon* aad
The first german of the season *vaa
given laat night at the Masonic Temple
between the hours of > and 1 o'clock. Cn
der the direction of Mr. Jack de Tr?villa
and Mr. Venable Johnson, all went merry
as a marriage bell. The jtreets around
th? Masonic building first echoed with
the rumbling of hacks and carrlair??*, and
then, as the fair occupants of tho vehi
cle? alighted and trooped like* a bevy
of brilliant butterflies up the broad stair
ways and halls, the whole piare sprung
Into life. The band played guyly ??ver
the strain? that ?et so many feet dancing
thl? summer, and one of the most suc
cessful germana ever given at the Ma
sonic Temple was begun.
From tha early hours till the close of
the evening thero were ma.iy effective
tableaux at the reunion of last winter'?
frl.nds who have ?ince been scattered In
various parts of the earth. Besides, Cere
were other ??enes equally interesting.
Th? gernuin figures did not lag In .?py
?nstame. With Mr. Adolphus Ulalr a?
leader, the chains glided in the ?valrz
and the waltzing into marching wltuout
one hitch or tangle.
The very attractive chaperons were:
Mrs. Charles O'B. Cowardln, in a gown
of palo pink and white gauze, garniture
black velvet, white chiffon.
Mrs. J. H. Henson, In a wedding BSWn
of white organdie over white taffeta,
Mrs. Adolphus Blair, pale pink brocade,
garniture green velvet, violets.
Mr* Thomaa H- Leary, gown of biack
?atln, laco, Jet. Jewels, and, diamonds.
Mrs. Alfrd Cary. In a gown of whit*
organdie over taffeta violet ribbons.
Mrs. Austin Rrockenbroutrh. whit?' mus
lin over pink satin, pink ribbon.
Mrs. Arthur Geoffrey, black lace i/own,
Mrs. Arthur Scrlvenor, black net over
black moire, burnt orange ribbons.
Mrs. Benjamin Palmer, pale pink i-llk,
white lace garniture.
Mrs. Meredith Montague, gown black
satin, black lace, diamonds.
THE YOUNG LADIES DANCING.
The young ladles dancing were:
Miss Katharine Brastleld. of Mobile,
Ala., who wore an exquisite gown of em
bossed white crepe, satin ribbons, and
Miss Jessie Jones, pale green b.-ngallne.
garniture white tulle, and pearl orna
Miss Anne White, gown of white or
gandie, valenclenne? lace over white
Miss Agnes McCarthy, gown of pale
green silk, lace garniture.
Miss Elizabeth Leary, white organdie,
black lace garniture over pale pink taf
Miss Daisy I'hamberlayne, white or
gandie over pink ?atln, lace garniture.
Mies Bessie Dunlop, gown of white or
gandie, vnl'-nciennes garniture.
Miss Leila Bridges, white and blue
striped silk, pink flowered brocade, Amer
ican Beauty roses.
Miss Mary Hill Youn??, whit? organdie,
trimming black lace, with pink sash.
Miss Ferryman, of Mobile, gown of
white gauze, black lace Insertion over
Miss Heningham Spillman, white or
gandie, valencltnnes lace over green taf
Miss Waddill, gown of yellow satin bro
Miss Nannie Cook, yellow gauze lace
Insertion over pale-blue silk.
Miss Madeline English, rose, and white
organdie over pink satin, pink satin rib
Miss Lewis, black satin and black lace.
TJaa .ludith Deane, while organdie,
valen. I'-nnes lace over white taffeta.
Miss Florence Parker, pink organdie,
frills to the waist.
Miss Katharine Meredith, flowered or
gandie over yellow satin.
Mats Florence Wilson, white organdie,
?al.-nclennes lace over taffeta, violet rib
Miss Calvin Bragg, gown of pale green
oig.mdle, lace garniture.
Miss Lee, of 8umter. Bale grtSB or
gandie, over dark-gray taffeta, dark-green
ribbons, American Beauty roses.
Miss Ruth Robins, white organdie, val
ent ieiine? lace, pale yellow satin ribbons.
Miss Kathleen Anderson, white gauze
over pale-green taffeta.
Miss Marianne M?.?de, white tulle over
white silk, rose-colored ribbons.
Mi?? Ellen Graham Carmlchael. white
organdie, cherry-colored ribbons.
Among the gentlemen were Mr. Mal
clin Smith?* Mr. H. K. Terry, Sergeant
William ?Harrte, Mr. LeRoy Willis, Mr.
Sparrow W. dd? 11, Mr. Ronald Lee, Mr.
William Bridges, Mr. Augustus Drewry,
Mr. Jack Gregory, Mr. Alfred Cary, Mr.
Austin Broekenbrough, Mr. Alexander
Weddeil, Mr. Coleman Wortham, Mr. Jack
de Trevllle. Mr. Venable Johnson. Mr.
Bruce Bowe. Mr. Stuart Bowe, Mr.
Thomas McAdams, Sergeant Ranson Guy,
Mr. Sam. Carter, Mr. John Leary, Mr.
Robert Lambert, Mr. Charles Talbott,
Mr. Albert Williams, Mr. Thomas Mar
shall, Mr. Gessner. Harrison, Mr. Horace
Strir.gfellow, Mr. T. Maxey Deitrl? k, Mr.
Murat Willis, Mr, Arthur Scrlvenor, Mr.
Thomas Leary, Mr. William Jon-s, Mr.
John Howard, Mr. Charles Burnett, Mr.
W. If, Taliaferro, and Dr. J. H. Henson.
THE PASSION PLAY. ""
A lar??- Audience Aval? Wltneaaei
A large crowd witnessed the scconc
night's presentation of the Passion Play
at the Auditorium last night. Some time
before the doora were opened many peo
pie were gathered, awaiting admittance
and when the presentation began nearlj
the entire space on the lower floor wai
filled, and many occupied the galleries
The presentation of the play was lr
every way similar to that of the preced
ing night, and the audience, as before
wan deeply moved by the solemn and im
presslve scenes, presented with very mucl
of the vividness of Hie.
No portion of the floor space was re
served, a collection being taken for th?
benefit of the Whosoever Orphanage In
stead. The result was highly satisfac
tory to Dr. Wbarton, and be announce;
that the seats will be free for one mor?
night. Tho invitation? to the heads o
t!ie churches expire after to-night. Dr
Wharton invited the people to drive li
from their home? In the country, as ther
is plenty of room for the horses in th
tt< Ids surrounding the Auditorium.
The colored people were also invited t?
ttttend. special seat? being set apart to
NO BALE HAS BEKN MADE.
No Negotiation? Ar? Pendln? foi
I'uri'biiar of M??o Plant.
The rumor which has been current li
tobacco circles for ??veral day? to th?
effect that the American Tobacco Com
pany bad purchased, or was negotlatini
for the purchase of. the plant of the P
H. Mayo A Brother Company, of th!
city, is declared to be without fnundstiui
by Mr. Thomaa F. Jeffre??. the Rich
mond director of the American Company
Th? rumor had It that th* deal ha.
bean made and the Mayo? had sold ou
thair entlr* plant. Thla ?tatement wa?
however, modified later, and It aas thei
aid that the negotiation?, which had
)een pending, had failed to materialise.
Ml of this. Mr. Jeffresc said, wa? erro
leou?. It it< no; his rule, he ?aid. to dis
usB his business affairs for publication,
?ut he consented to make the stataaBSnt
;hat there wa? nothing in the matte-r. *'I
im a director In the American Tobacc?.?
Company," he ?aid, "and ?hould certainly
mow If any such scheme wa? on hand,
i know nothing of it."
The impression seemed to prevail in to
jscco circle? yesterday that such a deal
?s was reported would yet 1 i made.
OFFICERS FOB SOUTHER*? CAMPS.
Headquarter? of Corps. 1)1? ialon, and
WASHINGTON. October U.-Tne bl
owing assignments of general offlc'Ts
ire announced by the War Department:
First Corp?-Major-Geaeral J. H. Wil
son, Macon. C,a.
First Division, First Corps-Mnjo-Gen
jral J. C. Rate?, United State? Volun
First Brlgad?**?Brigadier-General 8.
Bnydei, Atlanta, Ga.
?Second Brigade?Brigadier-General J. A.
Mlley. Macon, Ga.
Third Brigado-Brigadler-Geni-ral J. N.
Andrews. Macon, Ga.
Second Division. First Corps?Major
CT.neral W. Ludlow, Columbus. Ga.
First Brigade-Brigadler-G??neral XV. J.
M"Kee, Columbus. Ga.
Secon?! Brigade?Brigadier-General J.
P. Singer. Americu?. Ga.
Third Brigade?Brigadier-jen ?ral C.
Compton, Albany, Ga.
Second Corp?-MaJor-Gen??ral W. M.
r?raham. United States Volunteers. Au
gusta, Ga. '
First Division?Major-General S. D. M.
Young, Augusta, Ga.
Plrtl Brigade?Brigadier-General j, Mc
Klbbon. Augusta. Ga.
Bseond Brigade?Brigadier-General A.
Am'?. Stimmerville. S. O.
Third Brigade? Brlgadler-Ge:i?ral J. P.
8. Gobln, Augusta, On?
Second Dlvlslon-Brlgadler-Genjral R.
Davis, OreenvtOe, 8. c.
First Brigade-. GTvenville, S. <".
Second Brigade?Brigadier-General J. R.
Lir.?-oln, Spartanburg. S C
Third Brisa?!??-Brlgadler-Om-ral J.
Kline. Columbia, S. C
Third Dlvlilon-Brigadler-General O. XL
Randall, Athens, Ga.
First Brigade-Brlgadler-General W. C.
Oates, Athens, Ga.
S??cond BrlgaJe?Brlg-idler-Gene.-al N.
Cole. Athens, Ga.
Fourth Corpa hteJor-OBBwral Joseph
WheeW, Hentsvllle. Ala.
First Division?Major-Generri A. R,
Chaffee, Hur.tsvllle, Ala.
First Brigade?Gentil R. H. Hall,
Second Brlgade-Rrlgaller-Oeneral R.
Comba, Huntsvllle, Ala.
Second Division?Brigadier-General R.
T. Frank, Annlston, Ala.
First Brigade?Brigadier-General G. S.
Carpenter, Annlston. Ala.
Second Brigade?BrlgadUr-Osnaral J.
Colby, Annlston, Ala.
Ordered to Walt.
JACKSONYIl.I.I", FLA.. October 11.
(Bpeclal.)?The Seventh Army Corp? Is
ordered to await the arrival of tin- In
vestigating Committee on next Monday
or Tuesday. The investigation will take
two days. The corp? will then begin to
move to Savannah.
Central Park West and 72d to 71st St,
The Elite Hotel of America
One of the largest and finest
best located, thoroughly lighted
and ventilated hotels, with a cui
sine of the highest order.
A perfect home hotel in a great
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
Aioslie & Webster,
DEPARTIR? OF STEAMERS.
Passengers can leave Richmond daily
except Sunday via Chesapeak?- .m?i ?mi?
railway at U A M , or Richmond and
Petersburg railroad ?Norfolk and Westsri
route- U A. M., connecting at NorfoU
with Old Dominion Line steamer sailing
same evening at 6 o'clock for New York.
Steamship Richmond leaves Richmond
every Monday at *> P. M. for New ?on
via James river.
Tickets on sale at Richmond Tran?fei
Company's, 903 east Main street; Ches?
peake and Ohio railway, and Richmond
and Petersburg railroad depot?, and a
company's office, 1212 east Main street
Richmond. Baggage checked through.
for New York an?l all point? beyond car
be shipped by direct steamer sailing fron
Richmond every MONDAY at B P. M
Biso, b) BtBBBier leaving Richmond ?-verj
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY at 5 P. M
for Norfolk, connecting with ?-earner for
Manifest closed one hour bet?re sailing
Freight received and forwarded, nn?1
inrougB bill? "f lading issued for al
northern, eastern, and foreign port?.
PROM NEW YORK.
Passengers can leave dally, except Sun
day, at 3 P. M. (Saturday 4 P. Ml tl
Norfolk or Old Point Comfort, connect
lng with Norfolk and Western rallroac
or Chesapeake and Ohio railway.
Direct steamer (via James-river route
leaves every SATURDAY 3 P. M. (pas
senger? and freight), and freight b\
ate.mers via Norfolk every MONDAV
an?I WEDNESDAY at S P. M.
Sailings from company's pier, No. 21
North river, foot of Beach street.
Freight received and forwarded dally
For further Information apply to
JOH.> F MAYER. Agent.
1212 east Main street.
RI? hmond. Va.
W L. Gutllaudeu. Vice-Pr?sident an?!
Traffic Manager New York. oc 12
MOND AND Norfolk ?- -nnBBB?.
Appointed sailing days" Every TUES
DAY. FRIDAY, and SUNDAY at day
lUFrelght received daily until 5 P. K,
*piire ?Including meals and berth), |6 oi
Friday's and Sunday's steamer.
Kor further Information apply to
* J. W. M'CARRIOK.
Oeneral Southern Agen* Office. Rockets.
?jenerai = _-- R _yi?E A CO.,
oc u General Agents. Philadelphia.
^ VIRGINIA HAVI.ATIOH
Steamer POCAHONTAS leave? MON
DW WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY at '
A M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth. Old Poinl
Newport New?. Claremoiit, and Jame?
river landing?, and connecting at OI?
Point and Norfolk for Washington, Balti
more, and th? North.
^i.ite-ruouia reserved for the night a
Electric-cars dlr?cl to the wharf. Far?
only UM end U to Norfolk. Music b;
Freight received for above-named place
?nd all points to Eastern Virginia an.
North Carolina. IRVIN WEISIGER.
A. H. Drewry, Pr?sident. oc U
Old Paper? tor Sals
at the Dispatch office, lie. per bundreo*.
? eaesJ.I? KMttotlrm ont?.., a, I*s4??4.
THA INS LEAVE KKHSOM), VA.
ll;1?''' M-, No. H. Southern. Kxpress.
MUy for Atlanta. Augusta, aad
points .South, fcfleeuer Richmond te
Danville, Greensboro . Saltshury.
t.'harlotte, Columbia and Augusta,
sleeper open at 9:30 P. M. Stop? at
all stations between Richmond and
Danville to take on and let off
Connects at 1 --i ville. Sail ?Burr.
and Chanoti* With ;r?e \4*ashinrr?/*ai
.ud bnathwestcrfl Umite?! fdXoTaV?,
?arryin,* Nsw York to
Ashevllle4 H.?t Springs. Chatta
nooga, and Nashville, New York
to Memphis, N.-.v Yoik to New
tirleans New York t?? Tumr-a. and
flrst-clais da?- coa? b between
Washington an?! Memphi?. Connec
tion? ar* made for ?11 point? In
Tex?s and California. fsa*ea?*f open
for occupancy at t:30 P. M.
12:01 p. M.. .\?, 7, 8uIui train ?talty 'or
Charlotte. N. C. connect? at Moee
l.y with Farniville and i'owhatan
railroad. A? Key?ville for Clarks
vlllc. 4?xfor?l, Henderson, and Dur
ham, and at Qreensboi ' lor Dur
haos, Raleigh, .?n.i Winston SS ?a?;
at Danville with No. at. Cntted
tat mail, solid tialn, dnlly
for New Orleans and point? South,
whic?i carries sleeper? New York
to New Orleans, and New York to
JacksonrUI*. Through Sleeper Sa
lisbury to Memphis; also, Pullman
tourist sleeper every Wednesday
Washington to Sah Francisco,
0:OO !'. |f., No. 17. local, dally except
Sunday, f?>r K> y-vill" and inter
in. di?t* i'ii?ts.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT 1414 IIM4>?sD.
4?.???? A. Ml
II.-..*, y. Ml From Atlanta. Augusta,
h:40 A. M.. from Key?ville and local
LOCAL FREIIHIT TRAINS.
Nos. <?l and ?.', between Manchester and
YORR-RIYER LINE * >? wist point.
THE I'AMHtin: HOI'IK Mill I II.
LEAVE III? IMI4IMI.
4 :ti? p. M., No. If, Baltimore Umited,
dally except Sundays, for We?t
Point, there making close connec
tion on Moadaya, wodnssdara, and
Fridays with steamer for Balti
more, also, with ?tag?? at l<ester
Manor for Walkerton and Tappa
hsnnock on Tuesdays. Thursday,
2:30 P. If., No. 10. local express, Mon
day?, Wednesdays, and Fridays
for ?Vest l'oint and intermediate
stations. Connects with stage at
Lester Manor for Walkerton and
Tappshsnnock; also, at West Point
with steamer for Baltimore. Stops
at all stations.
5:00 A. at, No. 4?, local mixed. Leaves
?Sally except Sunday from Virginia
Street Station for West Point and
intermediate stations, connecting
with sta?ro at lister Manor 'or
Walkerton and Tsppshsanock,
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
0:17 A. If., dally.
loto A M., Wednesdays and Fridays
7;4!5 P, If., dally except Sunday, from
West Point and intermediate sta
8t?ameib leave West Point at a P. M,
Mondays, Wednesday*, and Fridays, and
?Baltimore at .?, P. M. Tuesdays, Thurs
days, and Saturdays.
Ticket ofbco at station, foot of Vir
ginia sire.i. Open from ? a. M. to s p,
St. and Horn U 341 p. M. to VA A. M. City
ticket or!!?'". 9??3 east Main street.
J. M .1.1.1'. W. A. Tl'RK,
Trafile Manager. Gen. T'as?. Agent.
F B. ??ANNON, Third Vie-Pr?sident and
.? rieral Manager. Washington, D. C.
C. W. WESTBFRY. Trav. Pas?. Agent,
?20 east Main street, Richmond, Va.
MectiT* October -.'. is??.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND, BROAD
0:00 A. M., I ?ally, with Parlor cai
tor Norfolk, Porismoutr
Old Point. Newport Newi
and principal stations. 4^on
ne. ta al Norfolk with Ne?
York steamers, except Sun
?M P, AI., Daily, with Pullman, fo
local station, Newpot
N-ws. uld l'oint, Norfolk
and Portsmouth. Connect
at Old Point with WashiiiR
ton steamer? daily, and wit
?altimore steamers, excep
10.HO A. M., Oar L'xpr?ss, with Parlo
car, except Sunday, for OH
ton Forge. Connects at i;or
donsvllle for Orange, o-|
paper, Calrsrtoa, Manaasai
Alexandria, and Washln?,
ion; at Union Station. Chai
lottesvllle, for Lynchburg; ?
Basic for Hagcrstown.
2:15 P. M., Dally, with Pullmans, t
Cincinnati, Louisvill?-, an
St. Louis, connecting a
1 ovington, Va., for He
Springs. Stops only at Ira
portant stations. Meal
rved on dining-cars.
No. 7, Local Train, excer.
Sunday, follows above Irai
from Gordonsvllle to Staur
5.341 p. M., Accommodation, except Bur
day, for Dos well.
10-80 P. If., Dally, for Cincinnati, Wit
F. F. V. Pullmans to Hinton, Vs
Va., and Gordonsvllle t
Cincinnati and Louisviii.
Ill ils aerrsd on dlnln?
cars. Connect? at Staur
ton, ex<ept Sunday, fc
Winehest-r, Va., and I
CoraBffton, Vs., dally, fc
I HAINS LEAVE EI4.HTH-STHEE
10 30 A. M , Daily, for I.ynchburg, Lei
ington, Va, and Cllfto
Form- Connects, ' excel
.Sunday, with liucklnghai
and Alberen* branches, an
at Clifton Forge with No.
5:0O P. If., Except Sunday, for Colun
THAI*sH AHHIYK AT FMCHMONI
MM?? tll-M MCI I STATION.
8:00 A. at, Kx.'ept Sunday, from Do
-fM A. M., Dally, from Cincinnati.
10:15 A. M.. Daily, from Norfolk ar
3.30 P. M., Daily from Cincinnati ar
0 5O P. M., Daily, from Norfolk and O
7:45 P. M., Exceot Sunday, from Cll
TRAINS ARRIVE I I?.HI II-VI It KF
8 40 A. M., Except Sunday, from ColuB
O 20 P. M., Dally, from Lynohburg. Le
ington. and Clifton Fort
and. except Sunday, fro
New Csatle and Rosney.
JOHN D. POTTS.
Assistant Gen? ?enger Agent
?A II IT E 81LFUIR WATBE
FROM THE OLD GREENBBJER
We have this Water now in both qua
and pint bottl*?. fre?h from th* Springs.
PURCBLL. LADO A CO..
ly *-tS Whol??*i* Druggists.
?j, A?UL**4?TON FIREPLAt E REATE?
UOT-AlU F11-.?'- - ^*
BU RANGES, CtX ?KING, AND
K HEATING STOVE
VFROSENB AND GAS-HEAT1N
PI UMBINO. TINNING. AND OA
AIL KINDS REPAIRIN'O l-ltOMPTl
ALt. i" ATTBNDED TO
m l-d?tn___ No. 7 ?rT?ov?rnoe ?r*??et
OLD p?T?V?"?0? SALM
Ige. FER HUNDRED
at th* __
Jane 13, ISA?.
LEAVE HIIIIMOM), Hl RD-STREB*
*fi?.M? RICHMOND AND N?*
~^ _... ., ...uno m I S.' S I VtV ^
cept*?d on thu *. rain.
9:0? A. M. THE CHICAGO KXPRB*Bi.
f.?r l.vnchburg- R.??n?k?, 00
luDibu?. and ? iSH-aao. P?_|
B>r?n 8Wp?-r Rounokai ta ??te
luinbu?; also. f??r Hrto*90l.
Knoxvllle. an.l Cli iturjooga.
*** P. M.. For 8uffoik Norfolk, a'jdln
term?'?1late ?tatlor.e. arrive?
ai Norfolk il 10J8 P. M.
1I:?K Ml., I'"r Lynchburg nad Roa
noke, Connect? at P.'?.i""ke
"" Uli Washington u*e Chat
?-firsa?ga limite?!. Pullman
hi?4V'?i Raaaoka ta Mm
phls Biid Ho** ??ri*?;? s. Pull
man ?Si?e??-?"* bt'W??-u Rieh
moi ?! ?n?l l?'SnMnirs. and
berths ready foi "?ictipnn?"*/
at :?*? P. M. Ali-r P??w
min Sleeper Petersbur?** and
Train? arrive Ri.-'im?>nd from Lynch
burg and the Wast ?In v at ?:15 A. M.
?nd 1:36 P, M ; from Norfolk and the
E?ist at 11""? A. M a',1 Y EST HILLED
LIMITED at ... P. M.
Office: 831 Main ?tr?. t
R. W ?COURTNEY.
D!?trl?'t Paeaenger Agent.
xv B Bin hi.
General Pasaeager Agent.
General Offle. ; Roanoke. Vs. <??
II., A, a J'rlctsbttfgAPntfl-tG
??-hr.lul.. In i:rT??,t Mil) i.?j, ltiW. ,
i.i-:a\k ii\hd-stkkk.t Miriori.
4:1U A. M, Dally, for Washington and
poma- North. Stops only at
Milford and FrsuWioksburg.
Pullman Sleeper* to New
?HO A. M.. handtsy only, for Washing
ton and points north. Stops
at Elba, Glen Alien. Ash
land. Taylorsvllle. Do?well.
R?ther ?Men, Pen?la. Mil
ford. W'?Mutai an a. Guinea.
Brooke, and Wldcwatar.
8:45 A. M., Dally, except Sunday, for
Washington and points
North. Stop? at Elba. Ash
land, Taylorsville, Dosweil,
R?ther Glen. Pen?la. Mil
ford, Woodrlane, Guinea,
Summit, Fr. ?lerlcksburg,
Urooke, and Wldewater.
1?1:00 M.. Dally, except Sunday, for
Washington and points
North. 8ti>rm at Elba, Glen
Allen. Aahland, Doswell,
Urooke, b n d Wldewaitr.
Parlor car. Also, connects
with Congrssslonal Limited
T:ia P. M., Dally, for Washington and
points North. Stop? a' Elba.
A-Oii.m.1. Dosweil, Milford.
Fi-e.!??rlek?burg, Brook?, and
Wldewater, and other ?ta?
linns Sunday?. Sleeper Rich?
IB Otad to New York
ARRIVE HYRD-STREET STATIO!?,
h to A. M., Dal.ly. st"ps at Wldewater,
Brfioke, Frederleksburg, Mil
ford, Dos well, A slila ml, and
Elba, and other millions
Sundays. Sleeper New York
9:48 P. M . Daily, except Sunday. Stops
at wt.iewater, B r o ok ?s,
Guinea, Wood?Jaae, Milford,
Pen?la. Ruther Glen. Dos?
well, TaylorHvllIe. \shUml,
Glen Allen, and Elba. Par?
lor car from W'ashlngbin.
T.10 P. M., Dally. Stop? only at Fred?,
rlcksburg. Poswell. A?h?
land end Elba. Pulimaa
car? from New York.
8:SO P. M., Dally. 8t?>ps at Wlilewater,
Summit. Guinea. Woodslana.
Milford, Pen?la, Ruth?*!
Glen, I?o?well, Taylorsville
Asntend, Olea Altea, and
?Dally except Sunds v.)
4:<m? p. M., LeaveB Byrfi-Btreet station.
8:34) A.M., Arr.-.n !*> i ! ?.? BtBttOB
(Dally except Sunday.)
0:42 A. M., leaves F
H:?? P. M., leaves Elba.
?i l<? *?. M., Arrlv?? Elba.
0:OO P. M., Arrives F.lba.
W. P. TAYLOR. Traffic Managt-*!.
E T. D, Mv-rs. President. oe 13
? P [ ATLANTIC-C0A81
Schrdale la Effect Jana IB, INOM.
TR Al*. 9 LEAVE III? IIMIHU-I M??*.
T:35 A. M., Sunday accommodation ar?
rive? Petersburg MX', make?
all stops Richmond and
p. t. rsbnra railroad.
8:00 A. M., Dally. Arrive? Pcersburg
" H A. M . Norfolk 11:2S A.
M Stops only at Petersburg,
Waverly. and Suffolk, Va.
9 08 A. M., Dally. Arrives Petersburg
950 A. M., Weldon U:?6
A. M . Fayettevlll? 4 1."? P.
M . Charleston 10:? P M.,
Savannah 12:30 A. M , Jack
sonvilla IM A. M . Port
Tampa 6 20 P. M. Connoct?
st Wilson with No. ?17. ar
riving Goldaboro' 1:10 P. M.
Wilmington 6:45 P. M Pull
ma? Sleeper New York to
fi:55 P. M., Dally '.ocal. Arrive? Pe
tersburg 3.42 P. M. Makes
4:40 P. M., Sunday aceommo<1nttrtn. Ar
rive? Petersburg I'M P, M.
Makes all slop? Richmond
and Petersburg railroad.
5 30 P. M, Dully Arrive? Petersburir
6:2?) P. M. Makes? ail local
?-topa Richmond and Peter?,
burg rail!'?, o!
7:80 P. M., Daily. Arrives Petersburg
8:04 P. M-, connect? v,?ih
Norfolk and Western for
Norfolk and intermediate
points. Emporta ?:10 (con
fiai t? with A. and D. for
station? between Emporta
and Lawrencevllle), Weldon
t.i'i P. M . F.iyetteville 1 :U*T
A. M.. Charleston 4:<r? A. M.,
Savannah *ssi A M , J.i-k
sonvllle 1 P. M . Port Tampa
?45 P. M.
NEW LINE To MIDDLE
GEORGIA POINTS -Arriv
ing Alken 7:2? A. M., AuguMa
n 10 A M . Ma?on 11 A. M.,
Atlanta Ulli P. M. Pullman
Sleeper? .New York to Wil
mington. Jjcksouvlll' . Port
Tampa. Alken, Augusta, ami
8:50 P. M. Dally Arriv.s Petersburg
9:11 P. M.. Weldon IL* P.
M. Makes local stop? be
tween Petersburg and Wel
11:40 P. M.. Dally. Arrives Petersburg
12:20 A. M.. Lynchburg 6 U
A M . Roanok? 7:15 A. M..
Bristol 12? P. M. Pullman
Sleeper Richmond to Lynch
TRAINS ARRIVE BICHMO?B.
4:00 A. M.? Dally, from Jacksonvllls. Sa*
vannas, Charleston, Atlanta.
Macon, Augusta, and all
. ?ally, except Sunday, At
i.uit.i, Athen?. R*lel?jri, Hen
il, rsnn. Lynebburg, and the
8 ST A. M.. Dally. Petersburg local.
8:<JO A. M , Sunday only, from Atlanta.
Alben?. Raleigh. Het.fi-?.?.?ri.
Lrnchburg. and tBe Wast.
ll:Ofi A. M , Daily. Norfolk. Suffolk, and
UK) P. M Dally. Jacksonville, Savan
nah, Chrtrlesisn. Wilming
ton. Goldsboro*. and ?ill
B fifi P. M.. Dally. Norfolk. Suffolk. Wa
verly, and Petersburg
N M P. M . Dally. Petersburg. Lynch.
burg, and the Weat.
10 an A. M . Sunday accommod?t), u.
7:fiO P. M., 8un?lay acc4mguMtan.ii.
J. R. KEKI.Y. T. M. RVRR8?N.
Gane ral Maasger. Trafile Mani??n
H. M BMKBSON.
Qtmeral Pa??*-ng*r Aicent
C. fi. CAMPBELL.
tt II ?lvlsloa Paaaapger Ag?-nt
^d?n~7or~V>'-*?tei'lHiM'' ? h? Otts*
pnxh Company will be given otompt at?
tentten. and the ?tyte at moth, and prtees
srfB Ba ?ara to pUase pan.