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THE DAILY TIMES.
rt luann at
Times Publishing; Company.
page Mccarty, - - editor.
City delivetv hf carriers at *i cents pet week.
SI mah, rOBTAQl win!
Dailv, I vear.16.00
Dally, ?> months.
Daly, 8 months.I ?'-'?''
Ltnaral eommanaon to agent! to solicit
I knob, 1 time. . ... $ 78
* inch. 2times. 1.60
I inch .'? ? ea.
I Incl ? times.
j inch. I times. ' "
1 inch. I'J time? . . . . 8.00
1 inch, 1 month.15.00
1 inch, 2 months.
1 nub, 8 months.
1 inch. 6 molli ...
I inch 12 : lOnthfl.
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SATURDAY, - FEBRUARY 12
Dickens, Thackeray, Reade, an i ?
Elliot have no representatives to take
theil placet Hrs. W ood li av< - many
The AnaK hist! doiibllcss think lhat by
their highei lan they had ? righi to blow
ip Madame Patti becaU-c liny had 'lc
nounccd ber for getting $8,000 a night.
a jury, under thc Instructions of Judge
O'Gorman, of New York, has awarded i
citizen $200 ?damage! for the unauthor?
ised invasion of hil house by i police?
Prince Yon Hohenlohe caution- the
people of Alsace and Lorraine againsl
any sympathy with the partial feeling in
Prance foi the recovery of those two
Nineteen Ohio patriot- have petitioned
Congress to annex the Dominion of
Of course, this would save the State
Department a greal deal of trouble by
settling the piscatorial difficulty.
Eighty thousand nun struck during
the firs! month of issT. being double thi
ncord of the same month In the previous
It i- estimated thal over in.non
men are idle because of the effect of the
Coal stri\< - "ii the supply for fal '
Durinj twenty yearsof peace the Navy
? irtmeiil has spent 8431,000,000, and
we have no navy.
li i- estimated thal al leasl $150,000,000
trent for construction and repair-. And
-till wc have no nav J
Certain ni '?' 'crin il an ar: to
1 lc prank because the President had a
black footi ' tnding outside bis box
al thi lunion the White House
l'i limp.- he otu lit Io have walked lo -nit
li demagogue idea.
it is said thal Mr. Randall'! reason for
opposing the $21,000,000 for coasl and
naval ordnance ia thal it might be wasted
on jun- thai would be worthless by the
time they were finished, in view of thc
numerous invention- ai present.
But he will consent to risk $10,000,000.
Thc ll, raid in v [ea of the suco
modern machinery in making ice
gesta that a good plan of coasl defense
would be to manufacture iceberg! and
Iel them float out w ith thc ebb tide and
sink a hostile fleet. This is a novel idea
to freeze Instead of burn the en* my.
The newspapers have not stood by two
ol the fraternity in the affair between
M i- Pullitzer and Howard in the
office of the New York World It baa
been generally satirized in the technical
fenns of the prize ring, and both the
parlies to the unfortunate quarrel held
up to ridicule. Sud, |g the temptation to
ribaldry ami the disregard for human
Since i he di- ussionof heating method!
for railway cars opened, thc steam-heat
ing from the locomotive seems to be
proved impracticable. Bul there is R
sound proposition foi ? -tove -o con?
structed and "jacketed" a- to resist the
force of i collision or derailment and
keep the Ore safely .-(cured from commu?
nication willi any combustible material
ll is curious that thc idea had not Ol
Tlie surplus bj threatened in a manner
thal may noi leave it a-1 standing target
for the tax reductlonlata.
It will be -cen that B few billi like the
following, which are outside of the limits
Of the regular appropriation act- -ord
nance and fortifications, (111,000,000,)
ic-ioration of the direct laxes. ($80,000,
OOO,) Mexican pensions, ($6,000,000 an?
nually,) and pensions for dependents,
(possibly *;2,<MH>,000,-will eat up a sur?
plus of $41,800,000 and cause a large
deficit, whkh must be made good by
TIIF FAKMF.HS* (ONVKNTlON.
The platform of the Farmer's Coin. I
tion is comprehensive.
Il is particularly positive for the aboli?
tion Of the taxes on tobacco and fruit
brandy. Beth of these taxes are unjust.
for the farmer certainly should not be
ridden by a tax. which ll a torment from
the tillie he set s his plants tn t lc day In
-hips UM tobacco. It has long since been
determined by common sense that tobac?
co is not a luxury, and. if rim il were, it
[ is a luxury I') which the DOO! man i- i .,
A- (pi tlc ia*, on fruit brandy, il i
litnpry Iniquitous. The making of ipiriti
from article thal arc bread-lull- ia an
entirely different thing from the mann
facture from fruit, especially aa the las!
i- principally for home consumption.
A-to the demand on the Legislature
for law- preventing the discrimination in
111- Bgainil localities we believe that
the ground is pretty well covered by thc
inter Btate commerce bill, and it would
bc wiser to have a national law to deal
with the whole business than to hamper
it- action by State enactment- in the
The dual i itizenship in thi- country
often confounds even clever heads, espe
chally w hen brought to thc test of unconsti?
tutional aci- by Maw- iegislaturt
A-. for instance, tin- citizen of the United
Mate- i- absolutely protected in certain
inalienable right! by the Federal
Constitution, and no Stale law can im?
pair them. There is no local soverei] i
however -acred to a certain extent, that
can claim control over the right! guar?
anteed to a limn by the general govern?
ment; and hence we say thal an uncon
stitutional act of thc Assembly li in Itself
a violation of law, ami the citizen has a
right to -tami on the Federal idea of it.
\\ 6 Should like to hear expounded, or
rather proved, how it i- that the pn
ion that a State -hal! not pa-- BCtfl impair?
ing contract! does not apply to Hie State
herself. There i- no exception made in 1 he
t< \t. and why have we a riirliI to guppose
In tin- pre-cut contest between the
Slate anti Federal courts it would be well
if the people could be enlighten! il on the
c\ac| nature of thc supremacy of thc
Federal law, instead of being prejudiced
in the interest of political parties. Thc
result of the contest i- a- certain a- that
at Appomattox; and when power
I<>_ri< arc on one -ide in a judicial contest
the effort of the Btate it a- vain in one
a- il wa- in war.
iii 1:1 i- i ni: point.
Commenting on the failure of the
York strikers, tie
the thing in thc following remai
" The firs! thing that mu I
i- that they and l heir leader, Mr James
1'. Quinn, ol' Di-: rici Assembly I'.'. ;
been at crost purposes. Thc -Hikers bad
hui one object, am! thal waa lo raise their
? - nd bring their emplt
tenn-. Mr. Quinn, on the other ham!,
,; lcd the : ? ll ike a- only one of
tlc many conflicts by which he hoped
ultimately lo i stablish another -ott ol'
government, and he regarded tlc presenl
t ria! j ol ites as of -niall account
compared to the vast importance
sina-hiiiLr things generally a- they arc, in
older to establish socialism a- thc
national system M? 11 working together
with different purposes arc not apt to
achieve very valuable results, and ilia'
seem- Io ha\ c ben the case w illi Masl
Woikinat! Quinn and thc member- of
District Assembly 49 who have followed
Thc notorioui "49" ha- -i new nick lo
keep -abu ic- up. Thi
centric engineers to stop work and live
li is curious,says the New York T
;?? -cc men, who view their bo-- wi iii con?
stant apprehension ami suspicl mi, -how a
childlike confidence in a committi eman.
The engineers and brewers who were
approached with tites,, alluring request!
by "49," have not cseu coquetted aboul
ii. They refused flatly to strike, en
in a i' '.\ exceptional nong the
BPI I I M \M? PKRSONAI
The du nea i'i n statesman maj in- Blow,
An' Uei iii--, ti"., ol iii- nairn :
The biled shirl statesman kin i iugh al
Hui he gita thar all the -ann.
Thecbincapinstatesman ma) '??< green.
An" lack sumabal ol (aim,
ll. ra is purl J a- ol la-i
Hut he gita thar all th
,.) ii'lee Waxeni in 11
There i- one i : - tbjtf
never lose anything by striking, and that
The death of Mr-. Wood, author ol
"Ea-i Lynne," calla attention to the ori
of the highly flavored society novel
. iiich ?? Baal Lynne" wasthe pioneer.
lb: oihci- books were machine-work, bul
took in the market ; and her imitator
have been numerous, culminating in
onida, who flavored still mon highly to
suit the developing taste in thal dil
tion Ii cannot be charged, however,
that Mrs. Wood - book- woe Intention?
ally immoral in tone.
General Lew Wallace, in ids lecture on
Turkey, explain- in | very picturesque
manner the domestic life of those ori?
entals. He say! that bc never -aw a
Turk drunk, and that Bl lor thc much
abused harem (pronounced ha iceni, with
the act cut on the last .-viable,. il i- a
beautiful thing, and is -imply a feature
of thc social and religion! law-ol the
With regard to thc Sultan, he declared
bini to bc a wisc monarch, who ha- the
shrewdness to keep his enemies quarrel
ling among themselves. And timi hold for
himself the key of the situation on]the con?
tinent, He never saw but two American
vessels pass through the straits, ono a
yacht and the other a merchantman.
KAI I. ItO ADS.
PIEDMONT Alli LINE.
U CH MOND AM> l?\N'V| Ll.K SYSTEM.
SCH BUB Ll
IN Bil ?'.( "L JANIA BV .?. 1HST.
Train Leave Train Ai
No. Richmond. No. Richmond.
BJ "Bm pm. BJ *;i:C. poi.
?MU am. Bl ?11:40 am.
Hon Air Accommridation leaves Richmond
5:15 pm.* : an lx*i Richmond 8:41 am.i
Mixed Train lea\<-s Mancbester 6:40 sm* t-.r
Burkevillc, stopping al Intermediate stations;
?arrives Manchester 8:10 pm.t.
BLEEPING CAB SKBYI'T.
i ?n Trains V.' and Vt deeping cars un- run be
tween Richmond and GreensTioro\ Thesi
?en ai ;i pia. t-i i -wenger*. Sleeping cara
H.- also run on v.' and 53 bet ween Danville and
Montgomery, DnnxMlle ind Aiken, Greensboro1
lind Raleigh : oil nam- N'oS. '?"and .".I Rta
n Dani iii' and ai lanta,
CONN Bl n< ?N8
11 ? No. &9 makes ( nneel n* at
nshoro' foi B del -ii. ??
hen.; ' ? for Ashx ul'' and all
? .ii Wi -t- rn \..i i a i an.iina : an ' < di,ii
.* tee.' 'olumbl i,snd vugusts
lailo I -lumbla. Augusta, Aiken. Ba
\ uni. . ' id i I' i also rn uh
Ins Central railroad for Wilmi* gton, kc
?i v... '.-.' has Pullman Butti i ideepini
from Haii\iii.- t" Aiken, masing dose con?
nection foi < hail.-ton. Savannah, and .Lek
'I'ra i us No*. 50 and 51 make close connection at
-~(m,i.." im b deigh and all r* ilnta on
Noi th < ai'iiina division. Pullman alee]
run "ii these nam- between Orei nsboro1 and
PRAINS ON *> OBK R1VBB LIN I
Leave Kichmond Arrlx o Bi. bmi ind
pm., ? am,,
Leave 28tn Bl Arrlx*e '.'-th street
17:10am .Freight. \ dj I n Ight.
Train ;- u li ? Richmond at :i:\.ii pm.connects
? ? vs esl Bonn ex erj Mondaj . 1 I (mrs
day, and Sat u rda j s n h boat, arrixing al Bait!
I an- Kichmond t>. Baltimore onlj |'.
: fBI.511 -eel.nd cia
? I i.uiy. I Dall) excepl Sunday.
Depol and ticket iiftice fool '
ni- town ollie. . ? nt li and Main streets.
.1 I MES L. 'IA V Li ii:.
ral Passengei A
.-?h.. il \ is. Traffic Manager.
l-l. B. Thom vs, General Manager.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO ROI ll.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOVEMRBfi
- i'i am For Ne-a p rt News, Old Point Com
fort and Norfolk, daily except Sun?
11:10 am Through and Local Mail to all
points Wei I Sleepers from I litton
Forge t" Huntington, except Bun
? lld Point and
Norfolk. Except Sunday.
i1"' pm Charlottesville accommodation,
pm For Lo lisville, i 'incinnati, < "h.
St. Lo tis Memphis, and Ne
lean- 1 i ? Express, with through
Pullmans ! laily. < Inly rome run?
ning Pullmans Wes! from Rich?
? DAY EXCURSION
Newporl New- and < lld Point al
ira <liarlottesville accommodation,
11:06 am Prom N irfolk, < lld Point, ant'
Ni .-.port News,except Sunday.
? pm From Local points and the
daily i jccepi sunday.
6:10 pm From Norfolk, Old Point, and Nea
j.ort News, dan.- i iceni Bunday.
- 50 pm From Louisville ana cincinnati
Pas! Express daily.
train from cid
Bi- I ; :...
and Broad stn ?
lu i Main si ree! and di
I! W. I BBL!
General Passenger Vgent.
Was. ('. Wl< I ii a President,
RICHMOND, FREDEHICK8B1 RG
lt AND POTt I ILROAD. Schedule
lg ?>' i'. I M r li; gi, !
ird tune :
..ni;. mr] Junction, Milford,
ann Fredei cksh i
New Vu :, at I B'.ii am.
11*01 am. li ax'i - Bj rd ?tn
ton t- r
cepertoNes x . 1
I'i.-."' am. arrives al
per t mill N.'.V Yoi k.
?111. arrives al Byrd-streel stat ion dall] ;
-I.".- '?! ad.and
Junction. Sleeper from W'ashl
9:15 pm. ai rix es at B reel atatii a dall].
vSHl kND i Et \ I!
D vi 1 -i KXCI ci si si, ^ vs.
modation, les es Broad-si
tshland al ?"? pm.
at Ashland at
un. ai rives at 1 ad a!
am. accommodation, al Broad
-t 1..1 itatiim; kshland al I
pm. arrix'i res Isl ind al
CA. TAI - ut.
B. T. I). Mn i.s. Gi 11. ral Superintendent.
ph HMOND, 1 BBUBBB k>BI IB. AM JJ
1 lll'nl 'di \i.i. bail 1 \-i PREIOH1
LINK hi IND FROM BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK,
AND EAS T 1. R N AND
WES! ERK CITIES.
ONLY I WKLY!-'. H (?1 Rfi BLI WEK>
RICHMOND AND BALTIMORE
IN EACH DIRECTION.
1 . ii responding V quick time to other points
Through hills of laden issueda! low rates.
c. \. TAYLOR,
In v .?!?> small Li .-nell Bea- (five 'ails fi
hos Chou. 75 cents 11 Kallon : 1
I ? ? . M ushrooms, in .an ;
re, in can ; Gel nan ? ul --naps.
in .an : German Bia (leans, in 1 Gel man
N Pi bes, in e.1 ? 1 ,j, /,-n: Mai
caroni and Parmesan < heese, Trj oui own
"THE ARABIAN MIXTURE,
a delicious drink, still at 301 ents per poul
BOO ami BOB BROAD ST., COR. Ill III.
\ I.KMi.N PORTRAIT GALLERY.
> ? DE LEMOS Pkopribtob,
10? B. Bm > \ i> ST., in 1 ? Bl BS 1 k 8BC<
This 1 ? lineal *,-? ??! k at
the lowest prices in the city. Rxtra large In
?lue : I ting UP 8 I al.Ill" I
Club -d 1 Call al tl for Club tickets
and par! il Kerrot) pea taken and finished
m ten minute- ii..rj open* d Bun
daj -. -ja -l iv
t PPERSON & I 6 ,
Leal Kstale Agentl amt Auctioneers.
mi. I North Klerenthstri -1,
j. 1. APPIR80N, Noaarj Bid.h..
_ ..lull r.SuAlV inij
POR A FIRST-CLASS SHAVE
BAH eil ling. shampoo. Ac,
te ? TO
No. 4 North Ninth Street. Ija2.*>tf
11I0HM0ND AND ALLEOIIANY
FtilBIMLE <?K THAIS- IN* EFFF.'T No
VU* BER 23.1HH6. _
wrsTH'it'Vli. -I Af I- ACCOM. KXI'UFSS.
Le Richmond, t. 35pm fa 16pm tu ujp*n
\r Scnttsvillc. 'I pm " Wpm ll 81 pn
Howardsville. I 08pm I ki pm U 21 pm
Ar. Lynchburg. i 30pm I warn
Ar. Bal. Palls.
Natural Ht nitre.
Ar. Gala Water
Ar. < ni. Forge.
I. iST BOUND.
Le. Clifton Forge.
Le. Gala Watei,
I.e. Nat. Bridge.
I.e. lexington. 8 I" ara
I.e. Bal. Falls. fl 18am
\ 1. Lynchburg. IO 30 am
I.e. Li ut hburj . IO W am
I.e. Howards* Ille. I 1 ? > pm
I.e. Scot ta v ll I ti pm
A ?. Biehmond. 1 SS pm
I . * Dall* eveept Mlll'laV
Tr.un- on Buckingham railroad branch leave
Hi. mo Hind for Av ron daily except Sunday,
at 1:1! am. and ttl! pm. Returning, leavi
A vron dally, except sunday, at 1:40 am. and
8-3.-J 1 m.
Sleeping-can attached to Trains Nos. land
lu bet ween I,\ ti, 111.11 rv* a11'l Biehmond.
CONNECTIONS. At Clifton Forge frith C.
i,"\ for the South, West, and Northwest
Al Lynch bur-? with N. a W. R'y for all points
South, Southeast, and Southwest, V. M. K'y
for all points North and South. At Richmond
with Associated Railways for a ll point-in tin
South, and H.. F. \ I*. H. U. for Bil point*
Worth. At Lexington with H. ft 0. H. ti
making eli - non at Harper's Fem ?
and from Pittsburg and the Weat, also to points
North and Bast. For further Information ap
l>lv to J. R. MACMCKDO.U' P
de I Richmond. Vu
. TLANTIC COAST LINE.
BK HMOND AND PETERSBF/1
ROAD timi: r \i:i.r:.
ament Ing MON l?.\ v. I". m n i .'-?. 1888,
trains on thia road will run as follows:
So. Richmond. Petersburg.
,! r7*O0am. 7:55am. Accommodation.
23 '10:49am. 11:38 am. Through tram.
83 '11*25 am. Li: 15 pm. Accommodation.
I- pm. 3*28 pm. Fast Maii.
:;.". t6*30pm. 7:'.'np!ii. V?com randa tion.
I*> '9*35pm. 10*25pm. Through train.
A i riv e
'I ira. 6:49 am. Fast mail.
?un. 9*20 ara. Accommodation.
68 '9*50ara. 10:45am. Through train.
?i '12:40 pm. 1*90 pm. Accommodal Ion.
'5*03 pm. 6*00 pm. Through train.
B8 r8*30pm. 9*25 pm. Accommodation.
?Daily. ti epl Sunday i.
- rOPPl Mi PL U BS.
Nos. 27 and 62 malo- no-top-. Nos. 15,
.md 78 stop only on signal at Manchester, Cen
? and Chestt r. Nos. il, 32, rad 36
will stop at all stations for passengers.
PULLM \ S i vi, -!.i:\ I
<?n ti un- Nos. I">. 27, an ;
tween Washington and Jacksonville. On
Tran!- Nos. :.'". and ?' sleeping-cars lietween
.avion an ? ? n. <in Ti
Bleeping-car between Tampa. Fia., and Wash
Ington i \ la Jacksonv Hie). ' Hi [rain N
nu car between Jack sonville and
York. < ?n Trail i
liet Ween New Vi,ri I :i. S. C.,
Charleston). On Train No. 23 sleeping-car be
tween New York jun Tampa, Fla., (via Jack
THE OJi LY ALL RAIL Ll Mil" NORFOLK.
Richmond, '11*2(1 am. folk, 3:10 pm.
Richmond, NJ ?'*< pm. folk, 10*00pm.
? am. Richmond, 1:30 pm.
and from Farm vi I le, Lynchburg, and south
nts, und i rf oik
.1. H. KEN LY,
Superintendent i i Ti anspoi tal lon.
T. M. Baerson, i?? it.
mm Hu er. de '.'a
VTEVY YORK, philadelphia
. 1 V N I)
NORFOLK BAH BU VD I OMP INY.
NEW PAS.' i NG1 ll \ ?? ll i LIN E
. !W \ OHK, HUI i VDE1 PH IA, IND
PULLMAN P !
run bel ween N'.w v. oi k and P
? IO p.m. coming - iuth, and ai ?
lowed to rema leeper on ai rival ai
Philadelphia until '. a.m.. without being dla
LOW !' tSSENGER i; \ I BS
i New Vork unlimiti IO 00
To Philad" -11 oli i-i - limited two da
I" Philadelphia i uniiinited .
id class ;?' New J/oi k limited tn
tWO dav - .
Iii eke I i Iirough.
1 iinection n Ni I with
all boat and i.nl lint I '! and all points
i Bl H.HT BATES v- LOW AS VIA "I HBB
l in BS.
Spot lal low i reight will i?- r*
upon appia ali,'ii. Shipper, desiring to I
. Philadelphia, and Richmond s I
careful to direct goods to I i the New
i'ork, Philadelphia, and Norfolk railroad,
(ape Charles route, and shipped from
V. "i k 1 ["in Pennsj i .ni. mu
iora Philadelphia from Dock -ti'->'
tion, and Richmond fr< n ?? 's ? hai f,
i ir imi her Infoi mut ion appl) to l . -
l: \K BR, \-< at, Ki< liniou'i.
II. w . in N \ l . Supt rintendent.
H. B. Coo KR,
t, Ru biuond, V c. au S
V<?i;|'h|.k AND \\ ESTERS KAIL
-i III.in ii: I S il I BC1 .! \M \i:V !
TWO DAI IV TRAINS TO NORFOLK.
[?WO DAI Li rRAINSTO Ll N< lim KG.
I BAYE UH HMOPi l?
11 ?:.'. a.m. Daliy, via Biehmond and Peters
I t Pel
? p.m.; lt
p.ni S * 3:10
11*25 a.m. Dall*. * a Richmond and Pi
burg rai iron i. A i
. 12:1 ? p.m. No. 1 lea* I
buri 12 *" p.m.
Li acbbui i Bristol, Knox
ville, and all point- south and
. except Sui Bl bmond
and Pei' liiroad. Arrive
Peteraburt) ,.l"< p.m.; lea* es Peters
burg 7*20 p.m. dall). ai i
ioik 10 p.m. Through t ar Bli bmond
p.m. Dailj. e\, Biehmond
and Hit" . (road. Al rue at
Petersburg 7:15 p.m., connecting
w it li i N l ]> av ing Petersburg
at - i'. p.tn. lot lal m\ Ille, |.\ ti. tl
burg. Roanoke, Bristol, Km ?
('halt.monea, and all point!
PULLMAN M.1.1.HIM. CARACI mMMuda
No. 1 Sleeping cai from Pen rsburg to Bi -
toi wltliout cnange.
No. | Roanoke to Atlanta, Macon,and Nev-.
< means w it to tit change.
Ticket.-, baggage chet ks, and all information
can be obtained at Richmond and Petersburg
railroad depot and nt A. W. trail et'-. 1i??i Main
street. W. H. IIKVII.L,
<o iictai Passenger and Th tot Agent.
t'uAKi.i- 0. Boor, Vi,. President.
General ossoe, Boanoae, Va. 4ja:i2
THE LABGE8T AND HOBT COMPLETE ESTA BLISH M IA I IS nu , ,,.
1546 4 1438 MAIN, AND 22 GOVERNOR ST.,
WHOLESALE V\l> RETAIL.
I I M. LINE OF
(hamlin' mill Parlor Suits. I hairs. Ac,
Walnut, tren ?48 to too.
Pm lor Suits. Irani *:10 to -Mid.
Cottage Suits, li din $?? to.,(,
All Parlor Work made on the Premise-!
afattreseee, Milawa, and beding ut' Brerj Deaeriptiai Ctastaitlj si ;
Faeterjr, \>>s. in, IB ead '(> H, PHTteeathBt,
OHDBRS MX xi \n iiioxii'tia xi li moo i<>
31a all of the Ffeshiona ble \V?m><1?s.
"l mi will please examine my -luck Before purchasing.
Warerooms, No. 18 Governor Street
1 le.", d.Vulv
SAVE HALF YOUR TAX BILLS.
Coupons can be used in discharge of all direct taxes on REAL and I
PROPERTY, .'m.I also for SCHOOL and CAPITATION I AXES due the
LICENSE TAXE8 due thc Stu.- can be paid in col PONS
FINKS lim- thc stat.- can Be paid in C0UP0N8.
Legal Protection Free of Cost Guaranteed.
Neath 180,000 Of LICENSE TAXES have Been paiil iii COUPONS
mond city alone since May 1st, las! Ly a simple tender <>t Cuj
principal merchants in Richmond hare tendered Coupons and ii
their Liisiiicss without a ii.a rj
Buy your Coupons while, tho Price in Low.
JAMES P. COOl
no 7-Sn,W&Ftno81 911 Main
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SI 11 NTS.
lent Shirt, ' '"ll. tine I :
ol tile jj. I Mille NeU i'lirk W . 10183 !l".
rs jual to the Si shirts I
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HAMMOCK* IND OTTOMANS. Brussels-Carpet il
io;i -?s ?.ik)1)H
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