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f WAR NEWS AT BOTTOM
OF ilNSTEfflY MARKET
I '
Intermitional .Mercantile Marine U|?
Five l'oint.s, While I'nlted States
Steel Cmh*> Down.
TOBACCOS ACTIVK AM) IllCllIUl
American Sumatra I.ose.s Its {Iain.
Humors Heard That Tu.key Has
Surrendered I neon (lit tonally
Public Service Shares Strong.
n\ iiiti)\i)\\ wai.i,.
XK\V YOIlK. October ?War new?
pave Wall Street an excited and erra
tic Mock market to-day. Kutners that
Turkey h:ni surrendered uneondit ion
ally ram- ::i connection with otlitial
? reports f ?? 11 ii ? 1 advance: ami impor
tant r withdrawals. It was "be
lle v- *1 :i!%i ^ i-iivlcs that Austria
would w :; i :i :> fortnight place her in
torest in the hands of the United
Stati s. \\ ith the prospect of peace
i-rro? int; bm.ihtor shipping shares as
.sumoil leadership <>f the market and
?teelN wrr. nog ? :< i
Interna! i nal Mercantile Marine had
a sheer rise of live points ami held
most of it 1 iijted States Steel closed
ui the iow prii'i t he day Tobacco
stocks uer< buoyant. Public service
shaics uei-- also vry strong. Mil
f locks w ere <|is!rt wim the exception
of a few that htid not shared in tin?
activity ei.i veil 1 ? y that ?;roup eurly
in the We< ... Smelters and Chile were
features of strength in the afternoon.
Jans'-evl. I :i f ii ii it t to'na! Paper anil the
Ktlhhcr shares were sfroiiK all day.
Studebaker made a new high record
for the movement. Cotton and corn
were lower.
The movement in Mercantile Marine
caught the street by surprise, although
it was freely forecasted ail hour be
fore it became active. The only rea
son given f<>r the activity was an ex
pected meeting of directors to be held
In the afternoon. When the market
closed the Street was still without, any
oflieial statement to warrant a move
ment. Hut traders know that a deal
for the Itritish ships of the company
is under way and there was confidence
that it mig li t be consummated at the
day's mcvtii -.
I'or the tirst time in weeks all the
tobacco stocks were active and higher
at the same lime. American Tobacco
advanced 5 1 - - points. Liggett ?V- Myers.
rl!l.tr*J. United Cigar Storey,
and Tobacco Products. 1 l-S.
Some of these prices were shaded be
fore the close, and American Sumatra,
which advanced more than two points,
lost its gain. The reason for this
strength is that \ .ist quantities of Mac
edonian tobacco are released through
the collapse of I'-ulgaria. Perhaps, even
more important, is the expectation that
an early attempt will made to re
sume commerce with Mediterranean
ports.
N E\Y YORK, Oct of.or C ? Mercantile T) a ;T-r.
J<Mir months. 6: six months. Sterling
*-lxty-day lulis. Jit. : commercial sixty-day
bills on banks, $t.7i1-: ? ommercial sixty-day
bills, demand. JITiT-lti. cables.
JtT'.'.t-PJ i?..\r ri in. nl bonds -tronp. rail
road bonds irregular. Time loans strong:
s'xty dnys. ninety days and six months, 0
bid. Call mon?v strong; ruling rale. ii.
BOND LIST
American Wrltir
A n;:lnrKsenrh
I'aper (bidi
Aa;*ViU IH'oiu-t l.i?<> 4.-. (bid
A. r l,>N. ami N <ol. 4s
t:. J. ioiu (Hallo.) lacked)
.in<l Ohio t oiiv. t:-_">
i "hes. arid Ohio cuiiv. f..-.
un>l My r: T?t>. 7*
(...rnlard 'i'. Imi ? o 7^
Mer. annlc Marine .
Seaboard Air l.'.ne ret. 4*
.. ..... - i...
fi uihorn Kailw , >? 1-, .
I S. IteRliUetvd ISO* (hid)
V. S. Itvijt.stiT".! (v. 1025 (bid!
1 . S. I.iberty loan ."Vjs
V. S. I.lberty loan l<\ Is
r. s l.ilMTty !>?;>n ::d t'.j
v. .? sn'Pi - r ;??
Y.i.-P- wn liro.s 4*tfs i \V. \ u. >
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[ft . 1.1 \ r Slwk
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? Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales. Stock.
Advance-Rumley. pfd
1.100 Allis-Chalincrs .
.\His-Chalmers. pfd
500 Alaska tivlil
200 A mer. Meet Sugar, com
1.1 O'i A in erica n Ca n
100 American Can. pfd.-..
St'V Aiiut. Car ami I'uun .
40C Amcriean Cotton 1..
N00 Am, Hide and Lea.. com
$00 Am. Hide and Lea.. pfd.
".500 American Linseed i?i 1. .
American Locomotive .
A mer. I locomotive. pfd
2.SOO Aim rican Smelting
2.000 Aitier. Steel Koun
1.200 American Sugar
" ?.'00 A mer. Tel. and Tel. Co
"?00 A mer. Tobacco, com...
A mer. Tobacco, ni"?l.
300 Am. Writing Paper, pfd
A mcrica n Zinc .
10..',nil Anaeonila Copper
500 A t chisou
100 Atlantic Coast l,ine .
A. <1,. of ft. i Hal to.)
GOO Maltinioro ami Ohio...
3.300 Rothlciteni Steel. IS...
L'oo Heth Steel. Sr,- pfd...
20.200 Paid win Locomotive. .
O"1 Unite Copper and Zinc
1,500 Canadian Pacific
300 ('aiifornia Petrolcu.m.
l.Oaft Centra 1 Leather, com.
300 < 'hesapeake and Ohio.
100 Chicago Oreat Western
i "hi. Croat West., pfd..
1.10ft Chi., Mil. and St. Paul
600 Chi., R. I. and P.. com.
200 Chi., It. I. ami P.. <>*>. pr
100 Chi.. It. I. and P.. 7?"<? pi
1 4.500 Crucible Steel Cor., coin
SOft Colorado Kuel ami lion
Colorado and Southern
1.300 Corn Products, com...
O.ooo Distillers
1.2f>0 Pome Mines
too Krle
300 Krlo. 1st pfd
Ceneral Klectric
r,oft i Joodrirh, cons
r.oo Croat Northern, pfd...
l.ooo Croat North. Ore Ctfs
ion Illinois Central
COO Intel boro-Cons.. colli..
r.00 inspiration Copper....
l.OQfllnt. Mer Mar. com...
S4.G00 ltit. Mr. Mar., pfd....
2.000 Int. Paper. rom ......
HY THOMAS BRANCH A v.
Open. High. Low. Bid. AsiCU
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2 soo Kennecott Corp
Kansas City So., con). . .
Lackawanna Steel
100 Liggett and Myers, com.
."?00 Lorillai d Tobacco, com,
\ ; , ? vi'uvl'j, com. ltiU
100 Louisville and Nashville 116
1'iiit \1 .. . - v
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103 172
03 35
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4 32
4 33
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147
51
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301
301
?100 .Maxwell, com
1."00 Maxwell, 1st pfd....
3"0 Maxwell, 2d pfd ..!!!!!*
2.000 Mexican Petroleum.!!!!
7oo Miami Copper ".
10" Mo.. Kan. and Tex...!!!
t !>00 Missouri Pacific !
National Lead, coin..!!!'
500 Nevada Con Copper.. . !
1,300 New llaven
N. V. Air Rrako !!!!
500 New York Central.. .
100 N. Y.. t int, and W.est. .!!
Norfolk and Western..!
000 Northern Pacific
300 Pacific Mail !!! ! ! .*
1.200 Pennsylvania !!!
400 Pittsburgh Coal, coin!!!
300 Pressed Steel Car
!iv i1,Pcl sP'??e. coin!!!
4.^00 Kmritng:
2.700 Republic I. and S..
ilUJ! etfa,bo!,r,i A'r Line, com!
.00 Seaboard Air Line, pfd
_ ? ? St. Louis-Southw., com
3.200 Sinclair oil
200 Sloss-Sheffield, coin
1.200 Southern Pacific. ..!!!'*
8,200 Southern Railway
200 Southern Railway, pfd!!
_i.300 Studehaker. com
10..>00 Tobacco Products, coin!
. Tobacco Products, pfd.!
;>.i>00 Texas Company !
Texas Pacific..". ...!.".*!
1.500 Pnion Pacific !!
.. ^ 1A !!? s- <nsl ,r?n Pipe. pfd.
-.400 1 . s. Itnbber. com
S3.000 I'nitcd States Steel com
LI!J0 Unjted States Steel", pfd.
304
01*
23
121
2S
54
24
' 20
403
741
21
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502
03
07 J
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215
5.S3
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571
70J
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i 27
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110c
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com
pfd.
27 2 S J 2?i
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3 4 34 35
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3SJ
'4 33
2ii
53
64
34 4
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110
304
611
23 4
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41
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51
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07 3
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213
321
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110:
10.;;
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1 .*>00 I tall Copper
1.100 Va.-Car. Chemical
Vii.-Car. Chemical,
Wabasli. com
200 Wabash, pfd A
Wabash. pTd. P.. .!!'!'!"
S00 Westinghouse
100 Western I'niou !
.3.soo Willys-Overland, corn
.00 Wortliington Pump, coin'
... 'I'otal sales for day. 540.500 share-s
lotal sales for week (three days). l\7
88*
44
211
5t?
03
33 3
73
ISO
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110
23 J
01
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5 4
24
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1 ?>?;'
1 03
1 I 03
1 02
3 ^ C
453
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50
r.3.700
Bid. A3H'd
Closlne
08 64
334 34
1s1 is;
7S1 81
173 130
1 ,>it 1 *11
llo 116
23* 234
6O3 613
23 231
51
211
20
40
21
104
4 33
503
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15
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103 1
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20j ;
5 oa :
nhares.
Choice, per lb 16 o IS
Wool.
?So. 1 bright tub-Trashed frea
W<>0] JJ. Q J,
No. . medium :<ib-washed free
WOOl J J ff
Free of burrs, unwashed 70 tt
I.lRht burrv, unwashed m n g7
Medium btli-y, unwa.-h-d ti.t tt
Heavy l.urr;.-, fm.vashtd ?9 t> 60
Wool, as to guslttv <? ;o
_ ? II Idea.
I>ry flint, per lb -f ? id
Dry ?-alt, p?r lb 1 W O Zl
Damaged At 7-,u *'
(.?reen, per lb 15 ^
Green salt, per lb .. is Jj.
Apples.
fancy. per bbl 5 <>) y 6 00
J-hl?r,V per bb,v SOO ? 4 00
C ioih Ti>pb, per bbl 2 vo z 69
,. IVaclira.
J aiuy. per crate j oo ? so
<-ho...e, per crate I ^ w
OlllnUft.
Je.lt w, plO-lb. baK* ; j,n j?
l'-lloxv. per lb J
. . 1 utaiors.
.NO I. J>f?r l'O lb- ? SO fcf 7 M
i'?rtJW Jlbs ????'?' V *oo
i .?? k potatoes in ISO-lb. bags most (l.-strAb'
bweot potatoes, per bu.?b 1 fo '$ ? ou
cai.o.iuv. j or crrtie, lo.. Ids... j a 300
1 urmps. per bbl ? *} r, rjj
... Nuts. 1
? hestnuts. per lb I* a <*,
ChiiKjuatiins, per lb \,j y, 2
Hickory nuts not wanted
HU' lt walnuts, pvr 11) 1-. a j
BUcli kernel*. per lb
? , OllUlC.
Sora. per dor. a ...
Country I'roducc Wholesale. "
liarori, hams. small ^ 4i
Uui.on, lunih, int-dluili iu lart? j . ,v 40
iiai on. sides ...
">?<????? --'louuiers r* ? ?
1 allow, ;,?r iu.. t
Uct^wax, xjc 1 it) ;;;;;;;; i" jj
... l/riril A;>|)lrn.
< holer, per lb ? .
1 x ,,,r ?' ?
,, , , Ur.nl 1 rut Ji ?
reeled, bright, t,. ;? |u.... ,,
?eeled. dark. p.: |b ! "
i'.1,1 ? ,K-!' ll> ?, /i 7
i.iiivii-cju pea*, per bus...;;;;' j 0<) j , ,w
An to ?|U?2lt.v.
ichijv.om) (,i{ \ 1 \ M.\i;i;|-,
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Wholesale Qiiotntiona ou Kicliaiice.
< ar l.ota: v- ? ?Jct ,be. ... :VtS.
No. 1 (linothy ? ^
?No. 2 timothy ^ ri ij?.
No. 3 timothy i. M fi J!
i.i^ht tjlover. i,U?w"d
No 1 Hover, mixed ;;; ^ ^ ^
No. .lover, mn-d -if., !i
5-S: ???? I ??
S.u?pi; May it A M
Straw ??impressed ,
St ra w?lo pr.:e,l
? ?il 1 ?* S ^ .. ?
Shuck* ro;iipr^.->c<l .'X , .
Shijckn?louyo-j ii-.-setl.
j0 '.0
1 It If \,"l< A<*? ''KAI.N market.
. ?' AOO. October . |?< a. . .
? ' -jnV.f? 11"*!\I 'r"1 rr' I*4'"'' ru,""r K'owltiB out
. . .k" "" ?"??< r?- < ontroi .,f , ,rii
? t <?! the time t..-ii?> p......
ss
hlehi'r an. ' V I1'.1 ''>?"???<! tn i_,
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' 1' 1 w ' 1 ii?. <i?iotw(lonv
' ,V , ,v'" VTOfK MARKET.
?. "!;,r"'r 3 lieevfs
heifer* . 1| iiw , ,.v
t si.d -????idv
' ?' ' ? r. :>
no II:,';; ' '
< nil \(.o 1 n i. st'o
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v ? ;1 ? 'V/.'.- r.v- " " f|y
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> All <. \ ,
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cask'/ Shipm*nt-'- -,;S ca.k,; ,tock. ^.TO
?-.T$0h-<n-r.u",: v,"1"-- 5 '''-9 : receipts.
<l>i: harr^is. rm'n' ? l"rr^: stock!
Wuol..'rrii. u. ,1.(K ,
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Koo. \v 11;.; w w
HI.': !?'. 14.25:
11 7 M. 11 SO:
N*.
Oil (lie 1 urh Market.
N"I.\V TOUK. < lotober 'I.* Th.' slotk li*t
c.f the curb tr.urk-S was I-ss ?< live than In
III* preretlini; ^ i? < :i - ??f tli-- week. anil
pric? elianye- weie .< * I tow.ird lower levl.s
War stock* .oi;tli.ii..l uml<*r pressure, an?l
there was son!., ltijiiiilu tiou in '.his group
of ottt?l.Urs, tli>> ?!??? linim; tendency Point;
aUb-?l by the .fierln;: >>i trailers
Aetna <. . the feature of :lie war
stork croup. ?'a up..t:i heavy. but pressure
?.vj? less proiioimi-.'ii. u'..i ilcalinc* wrre.
therefore. in vinaller volume. Submarine
Boa*. iv;i.? acjin li'Mvy, ??,i.l Wright-Martin
r?-. to a n?*w !?>?? ]?>??? for Hi* m?vi>
tii'Mt. Mixrellaceo'i- >h- :nix??l a?
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hari been, altlnvish .? firm pri< e tone wis
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I?avis P.ri i liffs, Inrorp'irateri. to Mrs.
l-'.Vii I'.ucli, No. North Allen Avenue,
4:: I'e.-t 3 inches Uy feet west line
of Allen Avenue, -i:i feet - iiielie.s
north of Main Ktree?. n.'tober 1, 1!?1 K;
umption of lien J^.500. tax JO.TiM,
* 1
.Mary <?. Culpepper to Matliew Mr.
'in jur Anriorson. No. 1 ??0 North l-Soti
1.-v.ir.l, ::i \H? fee? at northwest corn
er of the Itoulevarri mi'l l-'loyd Ave
Mie. lo-ints lot 1 block West ICl^fl
I.aiiii ?"o September ^7. 1 '< 1 S ; af'sutup
t on of li<-n >r..??i?i?. t.ix $l4.."ifi, $10.
.1 l-M Weit/.el and Melle Hooper
i wif. - i ?o I'tiarle A. Wllleroy. No. 3**7
N'orth l:<>;vlaii'i Street. 20\lii>i feet east
of l:..\vian<l street. 1 U I'eet !? ill'lleH
south of Stuart Avenue Septeniher "Jl.
! !? I >> tax f I ii.
!? .1. ?'heai\voo?l anil Annie I,. <w|fe>
to Mr I.ula Saunilers" floss. lo'J feet ?>
i:.< he? 1 ? \ v 7 t.*> i at southwest corner
of Krook Avenii.r ami Sprint? or I'rcek
Sti'.et. Sept?-?iii?er '.'I. 1 *? I v ; assitm p- j
" :'? ii of lien Si'.r.bn. tax $4. 110
.1 oiln It. Swart wont and Uose A.
(iviIr-1 ol Henrico t'ount v to It. 11.
A1 vts loi 11. block IS. Alvista H'iKlitS,
'?0\124 feet e-ist line of Wood row Ave
nue. alio feet south of Jones Street.
Se pw-niber u>'-. 1 Ti 1 S tax $1. $10.
I'ertlty ai.d l-'inanee I'orporation of
Virginia to i'lareiiee 10. 11 Holies, lot
block ii. North Kichmonri Terrace,
."#n>;; ;;n feet west line or Itarton Ave
nue. c.'i feet north of Meredith Street.
S. ptci'.io r L'4. 1 !? I S ; tax $1. $10.
'"hapwi <*. Hiiine, Inc.. to t'harllon
I'erry. N<.. x 1 'fSraliam Itoail. 45
fe.-; i-i inch*, i.;. Ifeot (lrretrular)
? '.rt!i line ol lirahaui I'oad, feet
w, : of Miller Avenue September
!f-lv ; ? n in lit .on of lien ? J,r,00.
Itolaml I'ark corporation to W. M.
Aii'lerson, iotr. ! to inc|)iHive. block
ia o lo'to .".o inclusive, block
I; also lots and 7. idoek *?; also lots
11 to Iinclusive, iilo.-it <; all in ICo
lariri I'.irl^ A ii K "St "S, 101 i"; $1,000,
ta v $1.
Su:-ie r. .lone anil IJeorRe tliiis
batidi to II. ri , it I! T.il.-ott. 40 feet
:? iii. !i<<i l?-.- 71 feet !i itiehes, east line
'? l.oiiibar-ly Stveet, K!'l f?.?-t south of
Hanover Avenue ii.tohci l. 1018;
?ivsuinp' ..ii of lien of S'j.OOt) (1 - li Ull
Jivided interest ^ ?:;.000.
ijiiA.M kim Tin vr i)i;i;ns.
\V T. .lohiison to i". (' Chnpin,
riiHtee, .I'i \ I LM feet south line of Clak
v.ood Avenue, I n<> feel we:.t of Mill
\venue. September ^r>, I '? 1 s; $l,77o.
Ira I. I lay ties and uda l.ovell (wife)
o Mdw'ird .1 lllake, trustee. No. 001
N'ortli Avenue, I I ."> x H 5 feet eaist line of
North Avenue at north line of Dove
treet Sepi ember 20. 101K; $2,350.
11 ,i .1. Ilaynes and Oila I.??% oil J wife)
o l-Mward J, lllake, trustee. No. 704
\\'i< khaiil Street, 7a fe? t ?? inches by
I ?',n feet north line of Wiekhani Street,
I'm feet east of Miller Avenue. Sep
tember L'V<I, IfMh; $4,i;!0.
Major .1. Jlarpcr lo I*. 1,. Crutch
?v ?, ,s"r <*? '????.
?f Clay Si reel I ? j A? . W
liilmer S?rcet wr , ot <-f
Charles a \nn !" !"lv:
D!ako, trustee Vo in0-",/0 ,1 :,i"
slr?r!:
vV.
??v Ts' fcct^i f, ')^lr00U f-" ' ?"(???*
cr of Third Si |,,u,,soJm,U('st ???r:,
ber I. | ;i15. ;toi Streets. Ucto
Mrs. j-;va Buck to <?
?\vcnm'"^ \\ZUVin"u *' *7"rth ^,lp"
west line #, r ah' ' s ''y feet
IK'jwssf
ffls,,s^.rvn',.sasssa'stH
' harlton S. !*orrv ?a j*? <-? ,,,
triiMoo, \o \i?; (?? *.)> lupin,
I" in.-hea |,'v JM fen '"r 1?,"'
lino of (JiHhatu i:,.-,,i v"f l;,rl
MiUo:- Avoaue. '* A/mbo?V ???f
??", ?JV.'ijinm
trustee. feet :: . V.kL' V...2; !???
.Mamie Hazel Tlrtzer m,i win
n'.rth iine of Alain" sl're" tJ'^T "Vee^'a
|U H.'| >':a58| J'.;!i,J',V',ar Slreet- September
.J. T. I'ryjVt j ? \r ,?i'M
? ?>. V'lTC?;
Ster.! Avvr?,'?'??? '????""* "f
_??. i;.]s |, '!?ule\ a rd. September
CIIA.VCKn V KKLKASU I)l.i;OS.
k.YC . ?"? n^T,"' ,?????? *???.
north I,of uoor,. Str(>elS } .V| ??J
.\*on,a!;H ^\vst0\ioo,n,nii Av:'nuV; ??*o
.. "-it \\ ? m .Moo|<> ?>?. f ,
V? 'it', ?"?>? ?'
mil Avcmio: also x? :;??! .V \Vost
Street ???? r ? est .Moore
?u,nh \sne A,o.;rrhsrreeiv 122 ^
rua'V?'(si, ?'> ?!? J?'' Av?"?e! Feb
toX\vij]V/uni''(-.in' x,'!rV?^.l,SB ||.r",Vt^ ?
north"Vine' of "lIurmjv!'r 'V\ veitue ' f-> |??t
i,.V- muter to V \
i'abney, ..n\j^i) fcet 0. s. ; l" '? A
Avenlit;, |.*?0 feet north t.r ??< t ''!???l?
named str.-ei. <??-tol??.r I. ll-IX $|
P ,',,lrY -Nloor'>. trustee, io t'laren'c ?1
K. lliiKhes. lot i>;i. |,jock G v/.rti .>? .
Terraoe. COs ?0 feet wJ-tKn'' '
AMERICA'S COLOSSAL ARMY
U.m.IU Takr . U^v-onc .,flyN for ? f(>
*l?rrh |?H?| (.iven
I'oint.
l-ve l.iuui. I lemorra I. of Ww v^'H,
i.M-fiii?i t- ..t* ? 11 m? Jj 1 ?. ? u > ork, and
m;.; -,i?AS,.,.,?^??,tC,nal<^^!S
war An,eri,,s
. . ?' "-VI.-W weri- IO In- held nn<
inonlh" Meall'v InlVci.'in^ ,,r??l>S l"r0,;
poim. marching to pass one
rJ!',- J'"n" Rav.- tho 11 ouho latest of.
u '!???'???rimerit llsrures on tho
? ''P "h" :"5'1 <?Tiipment. Kverv
ininj, was ii, millions and billions.
HORVATH TELLS POLICY
\nli-n..Uhrtlk l.rarirr IMnr,, , lf.n
Ml.crl!. of llolnhrvlki anil
I I II TIN,
ll!\ .\K?'>ciated I'r??vs I
I lorvu'l'1 V< V?T7K* CK,lobf-r 3*?CtcneraI
? I? H-.IUCI' of ono r.f ? ? ..
no.^n ed^r n!; -Siberia, a -
V sII I. ,U"wspaper.M a recent
would i V'lly l. al his ,irsl effort
....... . ?!." direct ??il toward clearlair
from' It.."'" Sll'"ria- 'tn,l afterwards
I hoir Is'"1- "f ,ho Ibilshevil<i and
, J ' oad iiitors, the < ?erman.s and .
JI i in nod: 1
whlch iho1 limlt ,hfi freedom
. ..... l?i'op|.t have won hv tho
i !'1 l,s" i' i? possible thin the
? I iiiiimiai,c?.]< ,,f ,j(ll4.s n. . ,.or . . .
-:',rv" -xpedient and aeces
uU/e'inv',', Si'"'' '"'"'?'?'a ViTr
rnimoi i i li,ko- T1"- Siberiiu, j'i.v
' \VosierI. sn.;r Vro,,Kly con.slder.s t|,e
mi . 11r *-111 army theirs."
ALFONSO IN POOR HEALTH
K?nB of SpnjnSMJJ Slrk ?, ?PW|llf ,
Allttrk of In
lluenvtn.
M \i Imi"Iv AR"00'?trd Preen.)
;,.u' :;VV:3|,\"',iV';
royal fan.ilv V,H iV ' o <>( I he
uTrCcL"?
AMERICANS ENGAGE !
IN FURIOUS CONFLICT!
Fighting lu St. Quentin as Terrific 1
as Any (n Four Years
of War.
BATTIiK KDUKD AM) FLOW 101)
Fnemy Finally Overcome by Sheer
Might ? Kricmhild-Steelung Jiino
Strurk by Ainerieaip Units South
of ISriculles, in Vcrduu Sector.
I liv Ansorliilrd rrrsn. I
WITH T11 K AMKKICAN A HM V IX,
TIIK ST. QUI-: NT IN' SKVTOIt, Wednes- (
?lay, October 2.?American regiments j
lighting in the 11inJcnburg line; along
this sector of the front have seen some j
of the hardest lighting of.tho war. It
was a furious, despes'ite struggle into
which they plunged? Tiicy fought day
anil night In groups and single-handed,
in and out ?? f shell holes. Tney showed !
gallantry, self-sacrilico and devotion to
duty unsurpassed by any oliior troops.
Krom the instant they leaped from
their trenches they ran - into snipers
and hordes of machine guns. Gorman
infantrymen, spurred on by their olli- ;
cers. stood up before them offering
hand-1o-ha nil combat.
Some of the stories of the men who
fought tell of the terrific nature of the
struggle. One ItrooKlyn regiment took i
and r?'took a position known as the 1
"knoll" three times. Tins battie swung I
back and forth with the men so close
?to each other that ritle butts were just
as effective as anything else.
i?n the tirst assault the Americans
rushed forward and suddenly met
masses of machine kuiis which were
camoulbiged, and held their lire until i
the Americans were close upon them.
The Americans went right on and
were on top of the guns before they 1
began tiring. The <iermans did not :
continue their murderous work long.
A dash, a lea p. a flash of .? bayonet
and a stab of tlame from a ritle and one
nesi after another was silenced and ;
the Americans plunged on.
vami:hicax 1 \ITS IIIT
< KI.KIIItATI'.U lit \ I.INK
t llv Af-si'iclnlfil t'fNi. 1
WITH TIIK AMKRICAN* AU.MV
N'oltTH WKST < IK VKKDl'X, Wednes
day. October 'J.?A in e r i it a n units
reached the Kriemhild-Meelung line at
one point to-day. .lust south of Kri- !
??lilies, they advanced to a spot where
they established aitual contact with
this famous ?-n? .ny system.
The so-called Kricnihild-Steelung line
which the American front faces to-dayl
i?- part nf the general German defen
sive system beginning at l?ou.ii. con
tinning south ? ?? l.a I'erc and thence
east to the Meuse. I'rossing the Mouse
?In- line extends eastward by the way
oi IStain and runs across the St. Mihiel
salient to tlie .Moselle, whieh it reached J
i.i.-i south of I'agny. When the St.
.Mihiel salient was reduced by the
Americans the enemy was loreed be
hind this system in that vicinity.
? Mi 'In1 greater part of the front be
tween the Alree and Meuse llivers. the
??neniy is either on or immediately in
front of this line. ? iti this front the
enemy's main combat zi>:n; was bounded
on the south by a line of resistance
along l.airfuou ravin* and on the north
by the Volkcr-Streiung line This ex
cept tonally Ptror.g system originally
began east ?>f Montfaucon and inn
south of that city through Ivoiry. Kpi
nonville and the woods east of Kciis
t'onra in.
IMVI'. lilt OK KN Til II 1)1' (i II
I'ltlMII'M, Itl'.MS'l' A \? i: '/.O \ I"
1 ho Americans have already broken
through this principal zone of resist
ance and so are facing the Kriemhild
.-'icelung system. I'rom the west to
lh?* cast along this front the system
runs fr. in north of St. .Itivin to south
of I,andrcs-Kt-M. ?Jeorges. and con
" ? ''"'irhls
of ilomasiif wcul ami iJcsm's wood,
which dominate the importanl valley
of the Aniloii. Thi? river is crossed
just south of Homagne ant! then the
system runs to the southeast across
the higher ground in the forests of I>e
t.'ur.el and I>e h'ais. Then. turning
northward, it follows I ho crest of the
hills over naturally ftrong posit ion.??
until it reaches the M.-use north of
P.rieulles. It is lurther protected by
prepared positions on iiili L'03. across
tii'- Meuse.
This system i.; one of v. ry sreat
natural strength. Certain Key posi
tions have been huilt <>n concrete and
etna nglements are prepared for im
mediate use. At other points the
enemy is reported to i>e working busi
ly and to have hern active in (reeting
new fortifications since the beginning
? if the American offensive.
SYSTEM lIKCil .\ HKroiti:
AMKItIC VX.s IN \\ \ It
The Ivricmhlhl-Steelting system was
he??ti 11 last year before th?- Americans
became an active factor in the war.
It was strengthened from time to time,
trenches being laid out and dugouts
finally added. The system is not so
strong as the famous Hlndenburg lit!'-,
but, nevertheless, hus extremely stroi.g
positions.
As it is tiie last enemy defense sys
tem between the Americans and the
Mcu.se, where it flows north to Mesi
ere.-, :i stubborn effort to hold it. may
be expected and the difh< ulty of carry
ing this system is not underrated by
A merica ns.
Violent artillery tiring developed
along the ccnier of the American lino
between the Meuse ami the Aisno to
day. The (SermariH also bombarded the
American positions on the right, near
the Meuse, to a limited extent, but on
the extreme left there was a signi
ficant silence for the greater pail of
the day.
Along this sector of tiie front the
positions held by i lie Americans follow
a xig/.Hg line. The nucle-r ol' i-cr
man* near the Argonne forest is less
than that fighting oi. the eastern side.
' iejicra I (iourand's drive west of the
forest, together with tiie advance of
the Americans to the east of it. threat
ens to cut off the enemy units still
? linging to the wooded hills south of
' '?ra nd I're.
N'o uonornl offensive was undertaken
,h.y ,t',c Americans to-day. AM alone
thelinoniflitiiiR was restricted to pa-I
Jrol actions. It han been learned that I
the enemy expected a heavy attack
to-day and to that fact Is attributed
!l.l5,r?|,MHVyiHrt? ory "ro- ? Thls "ro
parih ul.ii ij heavy, Ka < ami high ex-J
luslxc.s and shrapnel shells helm;1
J. ? 1 hey were fired both from In
trout ol the Americans ami from across
the Mouse. .Not only were tthe forward I
positions bombarded v.it many .shells ,
fell on Urlllaiteouri. Ilaivourt and the
river Juro wood and the j
At times this lire took 0n ,ho
f.r.i' r " Viirr"K"- ,"1' u wa-s 'onenn
in.- n.,/ ' l,e '""st ?" l,,L- "Kht-i
.. . , was Hhiltcd (hiring (ho 1
' 'l"X 7 r ' cc"'or of the line and later
mmcd far to the ri?ht. forges beinir'
"y-T.'V "helled until counlerbaitert-!
uork decreased the volume of flic Tlio ?
Americans have responded with n vik- !
orous lire which punished the enemy'
f-iiMrv V',i Ail v;,rin,,s points minor lu
oViV.C- ... !S. S ,K',,,r?t'l. both sides
itsiiik machine kuiis.
c i.ui nv skv ?i a >ireus
WOllK til' A VI A'roits
. A'l <lny the sky wan ?very cloudv !
wo'rk 'n,?ri"i Wr"< '"""''"'d in their
v. V. . "s <?"' armies to work I
ol ",aV,riaI ??????", from the
?Miccoi 11 "V i """ ,,oi"' 1,10 'irrmaiis
ho n.l ? Bettlnt; airplane: across
."Vr* 's",okn bombs were dropped.'
UB Al,u'r"-au position to the
was hnmcVi'i,S 1 U"? machine
u.in- wi.tt -,w" Uy antiairi-raft
for oiiM-rj , ,ursVlt accounted
, 11 ,rf """ American aviator.
ia? ,io<| l.\ sovnii l'")ik<?rs f(VlL?lit lii
Vitfne.Ut# ?Itiwn ono fin hiy mul
sium^"'.^ r?,cu,?Hoi. of on
i.! .i V* i ,sho"!? that in i;?10 pilots'
armies Mew 7' U,,] ?r allied j
miles in si i "SK'-PKate of 12l.ooy
? ; 1,1 September or tlus vear c.n?
s.ltlaoro? alo,ii ,|Cw for an a? ,a
".I i ? 7l"rS l,i,> anil covor
miii. ? ??OO.OOO mllos. This iloos
not intjude- numerous trial flights ' I
i be \. 1 ?iHBht.wa.i frost \ and
h. Ameiican so'dl^s were chilled
. ' u ,,t ? I hey displM ved ki-pii
pniiit all along the line. In evcrv
ti. ii. h lhex wcie as full of energy and I
Si'lSir1"" "" "" "" ?"?> &y "}
K.-igltiecr battalions have .lone cood
iir'V ' V01"1"- ' "ominissarv trains
iooil fr,rWlir'l steadily and ra
, ,r''uc/., n" ll,c l,,cn '? thu most
advanced positions.
i:i,i:ss i.kathkh
t'OAT.s tiltKAT COMFORT
sl,:,!'P fa " weather, the!
t.iff ordered slc-.-veless leather coats
at the fiont. I hi se coats are lined with
-e'i! :,V "rr "V'-r the uniforms.
^ri' n!" wind and turn the
*?1,111. I Jie> have 10 l.o ono of
l io miosi popular articles of wear with
t lie men.
The spirit, of the nir-ii it, tiiir battle
jv demonstrated by that shown bv thoie
" the A rgoiinc i\,r.-si. This Is the'
last, place in the battle area to drv
out and is always jfloomy in the depth
of tie voo?l l'i?htiiiK has K,?ne on
Ibere \xiili th<* same .-tubiiormwHs whleli
??Jiaracl eri?.ed t lie lit Ft i|.iv'a vlTot; M.i
chin.- k tin tiers were left behind bv the
? ctman. i.. di-fend ti.e main body and
''??re ban been some yreat rouL'li'-anil
t itrthie tlmitititf in the forest.
.Much booty ha fiiib ti into the hand*
the .Vtiict-icaits. iilt'ludini; an .-le<
trie j.nwer station at \'a ten nes it is
estimated that it must havo cost 000
to e,,uip this plant with waterpower
I be tiermans b-ft so hurrieilly tlint thev
<Inl tint datiiaue the mai.liim-fv, and the
.Mn.iri.-aus an- usit.g it. Americans are
a'so i;t l!i/itip miles of tel..;.hone wire
and .,orm central hatiK" material
which has been left in position by the
retirniK eneiny.
The latest summary of the material
capt ured shows I :"i -uns of all caliber
. " trench mortals; :U"? machine wuns;
l"'1 ar.titank ^un.s, thousands of shell:;
and hundreds of t'lousands of routid.i
of s ni a I!-a rut ammunition.
l-a.-t ?.! \ e'dttn and alin-jt Douamont
| Wi,:" :i- hea vv .-.hell li r? ? tnaitilained
- e.,cmy to-day. it. a minor en
jfast-mcnt In Woevre sector American
lorees? c*i?ptiii e-1 thiify |?rlfi?ncj 8.
CURFEW BELL'WILL RING
FOR NEW YORK CHILDREN
rhosr Cnder Siilrrn Wnr? Will >ot
He i'rrinitlrd on Mrretn
Aftrr s I*. AI.
N'K\V VOliK, October :t?Curfew will
tint; in Ni'iv ^ ork for bovs and nirls
nnder slxtccn at 3 j-. m froni Mav
.titil >fpteiiiber and at s l\ M. fru-;i
'.?to her until April i.r.ilev the pro
visions rit a ti ordiniin.-.- introduced to
Z Alderman Hauiiert of Urool;.
i> n. 1 lie ordinance provides that bo\ .
and mils u mi.-r \r,M:i H!,.ui not iw
allowed mi pat hs, thi-aters. dan. e halls
or other public ph,arter the pre
scribed hours utile..* t he v are under
the protection of parents or other 1...
s.-ponnb.c tj u;t:d ta fis. Sponsors of the
oriiinance say it is dr^i^ucd to pi-evert
the spread in this . it> of child delin
quency prevalgtit in I "*irope since the
war bewail It is proposed that the
ordinance sha.l be effective until *|x
months after the end of :j,e war.
LONDON SPURS UP BERLIN
Ilcmnnil* IninieUlate Anmtrr on Acree
riient ns to l-'\clian^r uf
I'l'Konrrn.
! I'.V AhiDI-ia t?.| lTf;.i7?. 1
LONDON, ? ?etoher <)v.ine to Her
many s continued failure to ratify the
(Vren't"prit-III ,,.r,s7l,l,'rs ?fc'reement' with
t.rcat l.iit.iin and her raisins of oue?
10 n.s concern nig prisoner;! in C-hina
and 1 he release of I -boat crews which
< .re;,t Itritain de. lines ,in the j'rit
ish Koverninent ,li4fS dispatched to lJe
lin a peremptory rl.-mand for an in.,
mediate sinswei.
Take 11 look nt the niiie --.i
Phone llandolnh I ?? n,lvrrtl,f thP J"
you IInd there"
Barnes Safe & Vaull Ca,
Ull IrUit Mala Btrtct
U?bt. H nursfi. Prat, mmd Mc*.
???I ? MM?a???^00
^Ni^Ei^p<a*arc
, 4 -?? ? .V* J - t/ **?}? l ? ?f V n : .? ?'? jt .?w/' . v 4 v;sr. <? ? f . ' . XV *% V. ? s * V.-A. ?? v ' / ? V
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SPECIALISTS IN CHRONIC DISEASES
H11 HUM ATISM KIDNEY PARALYSIS
LUMBAGO 1.1 V'EH I'LEES
NEK VOL'S DISEASES ECZEMA J ? vVa'i/w n
STOMACH l>ROI'SY ASTHMA
ELECTRICAL AM) MEDICAL TREATMENT.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION Ell EE.
TEHMS FOR TREATMENT W ITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
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IN CO R PO RATED 1S32 ?
VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE
Insurance Co., of Richmond, Va.
i
Assets, Jnnnary 1, 1918 $2,1 BO,195.00
Net Surplus t)02?05?.0i)
Surplus to Policyholders 1,152,056.00
, - ?
Wai. II.'1'nliuf r, l*rea. E. B. AddUan, V.-Prei. W. n. MeCarlhr. Secy.
B. C. Lenb, Jr., Trent. J. M. Uikc, General Agent.
M\V\W///^
Auiumv
SEEMS SETTLED MAXIMILIAN'
IS TO BECOME CHANCELLOR
In Man of Mmlrrntr \ lc*?i nn<l U'lin One
uf J?*ctv I'rnUrd by
(irrard.
I llv Associated I'ross 1
AJISTKUDAM. October 3.?Prlnco
Maximilian ot Marlon 1ms bem named
Gorman Imperial Chancellor. according
to '/.elf ung Am M It tag or Berlin.
A council meeting took place at the
? Mtaueollor's pa litre in Berlin last even
itig. according to advices recoived here.
Ktr.peror William presided, and the
meeting was attended by Kicld Marshal
von Hindenburg. who had conic to Hcr
lin with the Kinperor. Former Chan
cellor von flerlllng, Vlco-Chancellor
von Payer and several state secretaries
attended.
I'rince Maximilian is heir to the
throne, of (lie crand ducliy of Baden.
He was horn July 1 ??. lHC". Kor sonic
years he has been recognized as tho
leader of the Delbrueck group of Gcr
man moderates, an?l upon tho fall of
Imperial < 'hatu-clior Mlchaelis. Novem
ber I. 1017. he was put forward as tho
moderate candidate for the chancellor
sliip. His name, however. did not go
before the Kmperor. ;is Prince Maxmil
ian objected for dynastic reasons.
At that time there iverc vague 'ru
mors that there was under way a moye
ment having for its ultimate objeetlvo
the dethronement of Kmperor William
and the choice ol I'rince Maximilian
as his successor. These rumor;-", how
ever, were never confirmed.
In his book, "My Kour Years in Ger
many." former Ambassador Gerard
paid a tribute to I'rince Maximilian an<i
expressed admiration for hint.
Karl> in the present year Prince
Maximilian gay? a .senilofllclal Inter
view. in which he outlined Jus vjews
on (icrinnny'.s peace terms. His state
ment was a rude shock to tho pan
Germans. in that he advocated the
abandonment of all ideas of conquest.
IJe advocated an Anglo-Saxon peace, In
the sense that the German empire must
| s? rv?. as a bulwark in protecting tho
western nations from the spread of
Kuwiian Bolshcvikism.
Prince Maximilian's wife was former
ly .Marie l.ouiMo, Duchess of Brunswick
Duncbourg. and bears the title of Prin
cess lioyal of Ureal Britain and Irc
j land.
PART oTbLAME FOR WRECK
PLACED ON DEAD ENGINEER
londnrtor Knhniik nnd Itnllrnad Itself
Seorfd Alna for >. A. St. L,
Trncedy July U.
I H v A**oc::? trrj I'rcjs. 1
WASHINGTON. October 8.?Dircct
responsibility for tho wreck on the
Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Louis
Kailway near Nashville, Tenti., July S.
in which more than one hundred pas
sengers and employees were killed, is
placed on Kngineman Dave C. Kennedy,
who lost hlr. life, and Conductor
Kubank. in a report to tlio Interstate
? 'onunerce Commission to-day bv W.
P. norland, chief of the bureau of
safety. t
The report, says the trainmen named
moved from doublo track to a single
track line without lirst ascertaining
that a tram which they were expect
ing to meet haa cleared.
The r?:iroa:l company Itself Is par
tially blamed, however, for the report
states that adequate means of enabling
employees to ascertain if the single
track line was clear were not pro
vided. that even existing facilities for
the operation of a block signal system
were not used and that wooden coachc.i
were hi use.
on. 91. 911l.TO.X T.ltKIfr,
Specialist.
SUin Dlkrmra?Urupllon. Bolls, Ul
ccr.".. Kczema, etc., quickly alleviated,
?N'"ou? Mlaenaen?Locomotor Ataxia,
Neura^tiiein*, Melancholy anil l>efcj>ou
ueiicy ?iuickly alleviated.
Kidnrr and Illadder troubles receive
tlie treatment called Xor in each ease.
L..uly recovery is iliu-s made possible.
t'ninrrh In all its forms or any ori'an
quickly relieved.
Piles, Fistula iid Heroin success,
fully (rented.
My charges are most reasonable.
Onlly Q TO r Sundaya 1/^ I'O -f f>
Hours & O Holiday*
Mfihl. Wed. and Sat.. 7 to 8 I*. 91.
Phone lltindoli.b SSOS,
OFFICE! LYMJO MUIL.D1.\G,
\lnth and Drond Street*,
Suite .100-308.
RAILROADS
Seaboard Air Line Railroad
'i talus nave daily, it A. M.. ftornn* local;
1:1a 1'. Al.. Sleepers AtUuu and Jackson
ville: 9.*>j P. Al.. Atlania-ilirmlngbaui dpa
?rjMl: U:U P. M.. Sleepers Jackaonvllla.
M. ^ M" S:06 ** M" l 4t
Norfolk & Western Railroad
Umt ojriu -i. vol alaiiuli, iiicuuiuod.
AOIl NOlll-OLK. *?:(?? A. M.. ??.*u A. AC
?S:uu P. id., 'u:?o P. M,
KOft UlNClluUKG AN?> THE WEST:
*?.zu A. M.. *3:M l>. Al.. ??;>( P. M
Arrive ilicbmoud Irorn isoriulk: *1J:#1
noon **:67 P. M. Kruno tha (Veil; *7:3s A.
M.. ?2:1U P. M., XI :b0 P. M.. *7:44 P. M
?Dally. ? Dally i-n-fpt aunrtay tStjnrts*.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad
O'n.. LiO'villtf & West., 1:00 p.. *?:a? n.
Main Lano Local. *?:10 a?. Xs:ls t?,
Jamea Itiver Laos. *10:00 a., ia :1? p.
r.'ewuori News,
Nfk.. Old Point. *9:?? a., *12:00 n.. M:?0 o.
Now-port News lx>cal. *7:80 a., *6:16 p.
Krnm Nfk.. Newport
News. Old P. *115:05 *3:35 p.. *6:65 ?.
Newport N., l<ocal. *0:46 a.. 8:45 o. Kron
West: *8:lo a.. *1:40 n. I/Ocala. 13:55
*?:55 o. James River. 18:25 a.. *5:18 o. ?
? IJnllV lB?ce??t Sundsr
Richmond & Petersburg
Electric Railway
l.eaie I'eterhliurx.
to:lU A. Al. 3:ao p. M.
6:36 A. Al. *?! :33 p. M.
?7:30 A. Al. 5:35 P. Al.
<-1:34 A.M. 6:3ft l\ Al.
8:35 AM. t7:05 P. Al.
0:35 A.M. 1:35 P. M.
10:35 A. M 8:33 P.M.
11:35 A.M. 9:33 P. Si.
12:85 I*. Al. *10:40 1'. M.
1:15 PM. II HOP. AT.
,, , . 2:?1 P M. 12:15 A. M.
'IIhckobp l'lm*(ed. _tU>eU Pays Only.
R)cbm?sd, freflencksharg & P?t?mac R. L
Ta ssil fraa ?i.l.l.fUn aad kejosd-Dally.
I*nre Richmond,
?ft A. M. 4P M.
7 A. Al. 5 P. Al.
8 A. Al. <-5:45 P.
?tf A. Al. *0 P M.
10 A. Al. 7 I' Al.
11 A. Al. 8 P. Al.
?12 Al. *9 P. M.
1 P. Al. .0P.M.
9 P. Al. 1) I" Al.
??? P. M *12 P Al.
Leave Kichmonu
111.46 AM
6.44 Ail h'iJU PM
i 8^0 AM ? 7.00 PA4
* 9.P. AM t K.M PM
Arrive Kietmioud
t 7J6 AM i y.U PM
?I2.t>6 PM ? pm
t f?.?J PM *11.26 PM
t 6.00 KM tl2.8Q Nt.
HLcbmond-Wasltington Local, Lv.?^.10 PM.
7T. Sy,; ' Ar. jV215 PM.
^rederleltsburs Aecom. week (lays, Lv.
14.16 PM;_Ar. ft!.15 AM. Afchl&nd Acoom weak
AjT.^7.46 AM, b.30PM; Ar.f6.3t) AM.6.30 PM
and oflictw not open
for this tiftln, si flia
1 Byrd ai. 81a. Koppla* al JUbaj. iiflba
Atlantic Coast Line
l'lia OMuuuru iLaixroau ol Uie south.
Kl'CbOilVt. W 1W1?.
THAli\s LitiAVii lUCUMO^li UA1L.Y
fcor Plurioa and UouiU: a:ou A. u .'??
6:16 P Al.. 13:46 A. M. "* anfl
P1'ak NXi':iS:M A- Al- 9:80 A- U -
P.KMr. ?:3f pWAl.Uy" We*k; #:2g ^ '"?>
P ^mT Oo'j,;>oro Wayettevillaj *4;f|
*r'lva Richmond dully: 6:25 A Al
11-80 A. At 7:35 A. M.. 8 1.6 A II
???(V1V.*2.;10?P;.M- '?:60 P. M.. #:0k p i?
4-" P Al.. 7:46 P. Pril. * *
Sunday, tflunduy only.
lime of arrival and dcoarturt and mbs
ntcuons not ^aiurantetd. 0 ??D

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