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T. Manager,
For the Virgitiias, Mar
Atlantic Building, Nos. 928-930 "F" Street, Washington, D. C
the District of Columbia,
Issues All Forms of Modern Policies.
If you are a business person and desire the maximum
insurance for the minimum cost, we can give it to you. If
you want investment insurance our results cannot be equalled.
Before insuring or renewing your insurance, write, men
tioning this paper, to
Atlantic Building, Washington, D. C
Crucial Test in All Financial Corporations is
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities. The Hartford
Life According to Sworn Reports Leads:
Amount of Assets to Every $100 of Liabilities.
Aetna ?....$U9
Connecticut Mutual. 117
Equitabls...,.-.:. 128
Metropoirtan. 120
Mutual Benefit, New Jersey 108
Mutual Life, New York.$119
New York Life..'.121
NorthwesternMutual. ... 128
Pnn Mutual...-.. 115
Phcenix. 106
Prudentlal. New Jersey -. 126
Hon. M. S. Newberne,
Member ol the Virginia Legislature. Was Insurod ln thc Hartford Life, and the Claim
Paid One Day Af !er Receipt of Proof ol Loss.
Portsmouth, Va.. March 16,1900.
Col. R. B. Parrott, Mgr. Hartford Life Ins. Co., Washington, D. C:
Dear Sir,?l beg loacknowledge receipt of the company's check for
Five Thousand Dollars, being the amount of insurance due under policy
No. 251450 on the life of lhe late Hon. M. S. Newberne.
1 fullv appreciate the benefits of life insurance and am highly pleased
bv the prompt settlement made by your company; the proofs of loss being
received at the Home Oliice onthe 12th instant and the check mailed the
following dav for the full amount.
1 have this day made application for a policy and can without hesi
tation whatever, and with the greatest conlidence, recommend any one
to take a policv in this urand old company.
Very truly yours, A. B. Chaklton,
Admr. of Est. M. S. Newberne.
Hon. D. M. Key,
Ex-Posfmaster-General ar.d Judge of U. S. Distriet Court, Was" Insured in the Kart
tord Life insurance Co.
Read the following letter.
Chattaxooga, Tenst, Feb. 27, 1900.
Mr. C M. Fort, Manager. Hartford Life Ins. Co. :
Dear Sir,?I beg to ackriowledge through you tbe
receipt of a ebeck from tbe above company for ten thous?
and doilars in payment of a policy for this amount held by
my late husband, Judge D.' M. Key. The proof of death
left Chattanooga 011 the evening of the 21st and check
was received 011 the morning of the 27th of this mouth. I
commend your company for promptness and fair dealing.
[Sigued] Lizzie L. Key. .
Letters from the Beneficiaries ofthe LateWm. H.Trego,
Superintendent of Adams Express, of Baltimore. Md.
Baltimore, Md., March 6, 1900.
Col. R, B. Parrott, Manager, Hartford Life Insurance
Co., Atlantic Building, Washington, D. C:
Dear Sir,?Allow me to extend my sincere thanks
for the prompt manuer in which Policy No. 77?76, ?POQ
the life of the late Wm. H. Trego, has been settled by
your company, and I cannot too highly commend the
Hartford Life to thOse desiriug life insurance.
Respectfully yours,
[Signed] Ann I. Trego.
Baltimore. Md., March 6, 1900.
Col. R. B. Parrott, Manager, Hartford Life Insurance
Co., Atlantic Building, Washington, J>. C:
Dear Sir,?Beg to acknowFedge receipt of five
thousand doilars ($5?ooo) in fhll for all claims under
Policy No. 37,907-10 on the life of the late Wm. H.
Trego, and take special pleasure in recommending the
Hartford Life to those desiring life insurance.
Respectfully yours,
[Signed] Rosalba S. Ebert.
8y the Business Men of Manchester
Last Nieht.
SFlcmintr Hayes Arres3t_.il lor S'calins
SUimiis?Hustin-is Court iti Ses?
sion?News, Personal j
and llricf.
IManchester Bureau, Richmond Times,
1112 liull Street; Beatlic Block.
A meeting of the Business Men's Asso
?Cialion was held last night in their cham?
ber, in the Ibeader buildins. Tlie meeting
iwas called for the purpose of adopting
certain amend ments to thc constitution,
but on account of the small attendance,
tthe business was.postponed until tlie next
Mr. Pulliam, as chairman of tlie com
tmlltee appointed by the association to
investigate the car service on Hull street,
reported that the service -was far from
_,ati..factory. and that the cars were not
bnaltlng the len-minute schedule, as is
-Alcmanded by the company's charter,
eranted by the city. A. C. Paclril stated
Jlhat ha had timed the cars, and the
lechedule they have been making ls seldom
Jess taan fourteen minutes, and on one
occasion, at which he timed them, thirty
jtiu-iutes .vas the best they made.
Mr. GniUnowski sufiseslcd that the at
lention of lhe city authorities be directed
to ihis state of affairs, and was informed
that thc association had now a committee
(appointed for that very purpose.
The following new members were re
fcoived: AV. U. Owen, H. B. Glace,* and
tihe Dispatch Company.
Fleming Hayes, a well-dressed white
tioy, was arrested yesterday afternoon i>y
Capt. Up. comt>, on the charge of i.lca.
3ng 100 one-oent stamps fr"*m the d:ug
.store of-Friend Bros., .pn Hull Street.
Hayes w&s taken lo the statlon-hus.
ttnd locked up, where he spM, the ni.,*u.
H.is trlal will come up before thc -Mayor
this morning.
"DEATH OF M'R. B17P.K1:.
Mr. John 3?_ Burke died yesterday morn?
ing at 8:_? o'clock at his late hon.- on
_*welfth andtHull Streets. Mr. Burke had
fceen suffering for several months, and for
eome Ume his friends have realized that
tliere was little hope of his reeovery. Mr.
Burke was born in County M-iyo. ireland,
ln 1K&. Early ln the forties he came to
America. first locating ln Maine, whero
fco lived two years. and then moved to
Virginia. Ho wa_s for a number of .-.ears
?mploy. _ at the Portsmouth nuvy-yards.
He was twice married. his first wife be?
ing a Miss Hughe,. of Portsmouth. and
Oiia second a Mrs. McCarthy. ot Klch
rnond. -both of whom^are dead. Since
JHS Mr. Burk has been a rcsldent of Man
chester. Three chlldmi of the flrst mar?
riage snrvlvo their Xather?Mr. XV. F.
DBurke, M. T. Burke and Miss Nellle M.
CBurke?all of whom live in this city. The
funeral will be -held at St. Peter's Ca
?Oiedral this morning at 10:30 o'clock,
*b_r__./_U Mount Calvarr.
Joaeph WiUdnson (colored) was sent to
fma __at. p___t?n. _ar>* <or four years yps
terday morning. Wilkinson was tried upon
two separate charges?one for breaking
the window and stealing a shot-gun from
the store of 'Squire Cheatham, and tho
other for a similar offence against J. E.'
Gibbs. Mr. Kobert Rives, -who qualified
only Monday to practico law in the
court, was appointed by Judge Ingram to
represent the defendant. which he did
with ability. The case of the Common?
wealth against John Tignpr, for assault
upon Mr. Bub. Richardson, will be heard'
Sinicn Pattcrso'i (colored), while at work
on the Atlantic Coast Line Monday,
was quite painfuliy injured by an iron
rail, which fell upon his foot and leg.
The Injured man was taken to Dr. In
gram's oflice, where the injury was
Vvillie Tingle and Morris Hatcher (col?
ored) were arrested Monday by Oliieer
Jcnes for fighting on the street. They
wc-rc fined ?1 each by Uie Mayor yesterday
Holly Lowery, who was released -Mon?
day morning from the city jail, the grand
Jury failing to find a true bill against
him for the abduction of Cora Crowder,
was fined $2.-0 this morning for fighting
on ihe street. He and "Wiilie Griffith met
Monday night near the corner of Fifth and
Hull: Streets and tiie trouble followed.
Mr. Thomas Moles is dctained at his
home, in Swansboro, on aeccunt of Sick
ness. . .
Miss Annie Crismorc. of Fredericksburg,
is'visiting tiie family of Judge B. A, Han?
Mrs. L. A. Brown, who has been con
lined to her home for several weeks on
account of iilness, is somewhat better.
Xews reached tlie city yesterday morn?
ing of lhe death of Dr. Henry A. Vaughan
at his iiome in Lunenburg county. Dr.
Vaughan was quite well known in Man?
Mis. Geo. Sturdeyant and daughter, Miss
Addle, are both quite ill at their *home,
Xo. .OS AVest Fourteenth Street
Philip Watkins (colored) a worfcman
at the Spike Mills, had his fir.ger badly
mashed Monday by an iron bar failing
on his hand. He was sent to Dr. Brod
nax. /-ho rendered tlie necessary sur
gieal attention.
A meeting of the Olympia" Club was
held Monday night, and great p'ans for
the seasoh's fishing were presented.
CMrs Xettie Guerrant Thomas and her
aunt"lliss Bettie Garrett, of Buckingham
Countv. are visiting their cousin, Mrs.
Etta Tucker. Xo. 811 Semmes Street. Mrs.
Thomas nnderwent an operation yester?
day afternoon. performed bv Dr. Blanton,
which was successful, and the patient
is rcstins easily.
Gen. "ITa'le Hampton Ablo to Rctum
to His Home.
LYiXOHtBURG. VAV, Mairc-h 20.-Special.
A heavy denrick fell on some workmen
to-day ln the freight jlard of the Xorfolk
nnd We ;tern railroad and InsUintly killed
a negro named Hentry Davis. A White
?nfln was stfriously Injured.
Goneral Wade Hampton, who has been
quite sick here at the home of General
Thomas -T. Munford for Che past two
weeks, has. recovercd. He left this after?
noon for his home in Columbia, S, C.
t?? ?
Deail by the I*tondsIde.
?XORFOLK. VA., March 20.-?pecial.?
Henry Clarke (colored) a teaanster, who
left Portsmouth for his county home.
was found dead by the roadside. A jury
determined that death was due to natu?
ral causes.
The -case of Joseph Leiby, whq was
hurf by a train. on the Ocean Vie**'Rail?
way. and, who sued toe $10,000^ was com
yrom'sed. for U,Z#- . _ ? __. ?
Mannates Met at Murphy's Hotel
Yesterday Evening.
Six-CIub Circuit With Hiirh Class
Clubs Promisctl-in Each City.
Soason Opeiis "With I'ctcrs
burjr at Itiolimoiul.
The Virginia Leaguo was started on its
onward course yesterday afternoon at a
meeting of the inagnates at (Murphy's
It was decided to open the season with
a six-club circuit on April SOth with Pe?
tcrsburg in Richmond, Portsmouth "in
Xorfolk, and Xewport 'Xews and Hamp?
ton on the Hampton grounds, which lies
midway between the two cities.
The brightest prospects appear before
tlie managers, of whom were present
Messrs. E. HV Cunningham, of Xorfolk,
president of the league; J. T. Brady, of
Portsmouth; R. HV Harvey; of Xewport
News; Jake Wells, of Richmond; F. M.
Foster, of Petersburg, and Edward Ash
enbark, of Hampton.
The meeting consumed -much time go?
ing ovcr the entire field. Mr. Palmer, of
Roanoke, was present and presented the
claims of his city, and a letter was read
from Mr. Lazarus, of Lynchburg, but it
was determined to make the league one
of six clubs.
Another meeting will be held in Xor?
folk at the- MoiiUcello Hotel on April
ith, when the scheduie will be adopted.
The scheduie committee embraces
Messrs. Wells, Brady, anu Harvey.
A scheduie of exhfbition games was
arranged with the Xational League clubs
and the Syracuse team will play over the
circuit. The Syracuse club will embrace
almost cntireHy old Richmond players,
and the games here will be watched with
Manager Wells, will not announce his
Richmond team until after the Syracuse
club has been made up, and it is quite
probable with all the players on the
market now that Richmond will have
as fine a club as lt had In the -Atlantic
They Visit Boydton But Neither Speak.
Ihe Fatal Dog Law.
IBOYDTOX', VA., March 20.?Special.?
Both -ftessrs. F. R. Lassiter and Robert
Turnbull, of Brunswick, candidates for
the seat. in Congress- lately occupied. by
the late S- P. Epes, were here yesterday
aml each pressing their claims vigoroualy,
but strangely, neither ot them spoke..
The -pecple, of whioh there wero.a goodly
inumber present, had expected to have
hcaird tho candidates speak and could not
account for their failure to do so. The
candidates each are well known, partieu
larly Cantain Lassiter, who cqmmanded
tha Petersburg miiitary cempany, while
?lt was here some eight years ago aa a
jruard to prevent the lyncfbinst Vof. John
Phillips, who was ga tnial for the murder
of Captain R. C. Overbey, a prominent
citizen of Mecklenbunr.
Colonel J. Thomas Goode, who has been
written to by many prominent gentlemen
in the Fourth district- to announce himself
an independent candidate fcr Congress,
was here. Hiis friends here press?d him
hard yesterday to run, but he has not as
yet consented to do so.
A meeting of Uic tobacco srowers of
Mecklenburg and those Interested in ad
vanclng t'he present low price oi tobacco,
was held in the court-house yesterday.
' iSeveral gentlemen spoke, urging the peo
[ ple to act and adopted the Jordan tflan
for organization, which encourages the
small factories to rcsist the lar~e con
cerns, which are swalJ<oy*ing up the small
tobacco factories throughout the country.
The Jordan plan was endorsed. Another
meetins will be held soon.
The last Legislature authorized the
Board of Supervisors of Mecklenburg to
adopt a "dog tax" if they thought proper
to do s<5?, but I doubt if it will ever be
adopted, as it was passed by the supervis?
ors of Mecklenburg some twenty-five
years ago, under a similar law, and it was
so unponulaa* that at the next election
every member of the board who voted" for
the dog tax, was defeated at the nolls,
and it i.s believed that the present board
wili make a note of this and act accord?
ing! y.
The condition of Mr. George B. Fineh. a
prominent lawyer of the Mecklenburg
bar, who has been sick for quite a long
time is unimptwed.
Prof. Pomi-oy'-s Offer.
LEXINGTON, VA., March 20.?Speeial.?
Prof." John Norton Pomroy of California,
who, for 'he past. several montlhs has so
ably and acceptably filled the Chair of
Evidence of the law department at Wash?
ington and Lee University, has accepted
the position in Yale University to con?
tinue a series of lectures on equity be_.un
by Prof. E. J. Fhelps, ex-United States
Minister to England. - .'??',
Prof. Pomroy*3 acceptance will take
effect April lst.
Captain Hamilton Drowije.l.
NEWPORT NEWS. ' VA.. March 20.?
opecial.?News has reached here of an un?
fortunate drowning acoident ln the York
river near Yorktown. While the tug W.
W Graves of Norfolk, was steaming out
toward the'bay, her master, Captain Ham.
ilton, slipped on the deck and fell over
board, drowning before. assistance could
reach him.
He lived in Norfolk. _;
right through the po.es of the skin to
the seat of ipain, and that, too, without
Irritating rubblng. No other liniment acts
as efflclently and quiekly as
Because it does so-penetrate; without un
necessarw hubbing.lt ls tnvaluable for
. rheumatism, neuralgio. sclatica, lumbago
i and all .slmilar. aches, stralns, eprains
?and stiffness of any of the museles. Its
i value in the stable is known toevery
I horseman_ .50 cts. and; |1 a; bottle. Family
plze, __._?? ; .._'.' "'_' __' '--.".
Tiie People Necil Lifrbt on the Consti
ttii.iouai Convention.
Special.?The snrallpox has disappeared
and the quarantlrie has been raised'. and
we are breathing free once more. Every?
body is pleased at this except the guard,
whose ocupation tis gone. He says that
wliile guard duty had its disagreeable
features.it beat getting in a local option
d'istrict with the thermometer at zero.
The smallpox has been succeeded by an
epidemic of grip which *?*. prevailing to an
alarming extent; hardly a family has
been exempt. When not complicated
with pneumonla it does not last very
long. Dr. Kabler is going all the time,
but seems to have the disease well ln
The bad weather since Christmas has
retarded farmlng operati'ons very much.
and but little ploughlng has been done.
Some arops of wheat are looking well,
while others seem to' he in a low down
state of health.
The late Legislature seems to have
been a hard working, bill-ious body, but
it is evident the sessions are too --hort
and should bc extended to enablc mem?
bers to read something in a bill beskles
the title.
Mr. Maben, at the Springs, ls doing a
good deal of brashlng up in aJiticipation.
of the coming season. From the num?
ber of letters. received and" appllcations
for board, he will no doubt have as
many as he can accommodate, though
he is not one to "cry hold' enough."
I hear ithe convention question very
little discussed, and have no idea of
how the'vote will be. I thlnk the mat?
ter is very little understood. and the
advocates of the measure should try
and enlighten ?tihe voters before the day
of election.
j Work to Besin on Kiiittinjr Mills as
Soon as Possible.
Special.?The Business Men's Assoeiation
met last night and appointed the Pres?
ident, J. B. C. Spencer, and Messrs. M.
R. Harrell, J. P. Barney. B. D. Peachy,
L. G. Tyler, H. X. Phillips and L. "VY.
Lane, Jr., a committee to meet a like
committee from the Business Men's As?
soeiation of Newport New* to consider
the advisabiilty of organlzlng a Commer?
cial League for the development ot the
The Assoeiation passed a resolution
pledglng its asslstarice to a plan of dec
oratlng the court-room walls with the
portraits. of famous judges. .and promi?
nent lawyers formerly conneeted with
the courts of Willlamsburg.
Mr. L. XV. Lane, Jr., president of the
Williamsburg Knttting Mill Co.. left this
morning for' Warwick- to present the
charter for the-company-to Judge Black
stone, who is holding court at that-plaee.
The stockholders of the Knittlng Mill
meet to-morrow night to adopt the char?
ter. Work will begin on the mills at
the earliest possible date.
Senator D. G. Tyler, of Charies- City.
and Delegate E. C. Madison, of Warwick,
left this ' morning for Richmond. j
Tho New SteamerPdiiitsylvaniaMalsea
Splcmlid SpeeU.
CAPE CHARLES, VA-, March *M.-Spe
clal-^The annual meeting of the stock-*
fholders ot the New Yorfc "Pntladelphia
and Norfolk'Railroad Coropany-was held
here to-day. The old Board.of Directors,
conslstlng of Messrs. A. J. Cassett.- WH
j-liam A. Patton, J- G. Cassatt. C A.Gris
'com, Rudolph EUls, and John Lloyd. of
! Philadelphia, and W. H- 'Palnter. of Waf*h
ington, D- afc twere *^el?ctod ler toe ?n
Buln*f yenr.-? : :\: '. -' i V_
i ?33m eoad. ta*f?el*f i*et**se?\ U* Mlirw
WILL CURE Rheumatism,. Pains in thc Back,. Joints, Shonlders and
Sides. Unsurpassed for Netiralgia. Remember,. Dixie Nerve and.
Bone Liniment CURES Corus and Bmiions; and don't take anything
bnt the .' Dixie" when? yoa want a nerve and bone liniment. Prics.
25 Cents every where.
{ Ings during the year ISCO over any pre
\ vious year.
f The steamer Pennsyivania. which was
j built at Chester, Pa., for the railroad. to
ply between here and Norfolk, returned
. here to-night after ft two days' triai trip
!over the government course In the Ches?
apeake Bay.
During the trip the boat developed a
speed of twenty-two miles an hour. and
j her builders think she will do- much better
than that after her machinery gets lim
[ bered up.
To Holti One Next Pail?To ITi.vcll a
Confe.lerate Moiiumcnf.
FA__MV*IL__E; VA., March 20.?Speeial.
At a mass-meeting of citizens of Farm
ville, held ln the court-house hist ni_jhc
and preslded over by S. P. .Vanderslice,
it was unanimously decided to' hotd a fair
next fall, and a committee was appointed
to report at a subsequent meeting as to
the cost of promotlng the same.
They will also recommend officers of the j
fair association ar.d the time- and place j
for the fair. j
The Ladies-' Confederate Memoral As- ?
soclation will erect a monument to Prince |
Edward's Confederate dead iu front ot j
the Normal School, which will be an- j
veiled during the fair. j
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_*?._.? ii.s.iu i:oa?"!v?-. |
ROANOKE, VA.. March 20.?Speeial.? I
Alexander McClure, who died here Mon- j
day night, was one of the most su:ces3- |
ful furnace raanagers in thi* country. He j
had managed in Pennsyivania and Vir- ,
glnia for f__.ty-t-._ee years. He was mana- ?,
ger of the Crozler furnace here tor ueven ?
years. He was a native-*of Holll-iaysbu g.
?Pa. and the remains will be taken ther2
for'burial to-morrow. He was _l_,t-<-_-ne !
years of age, and leaves thrte sons acd ,
four daughters. ;
The remains ot Mrs. '.Ventworth. motner |
ot C, C. .Ventwoc th. of this city who
died here Saturday nlSht. were ship-ied
to-day to Portsmouth. N. H., tor burlat j
She was seventy-four years ot age. ?*?ne j
wa- a native o? Pennsyivania. and Ieaves J
two children. j
. ._ -_ii ._ ... u? ' '- I
Ci-ristini- Alliance. i
ROANOKE; VA, March 20--Speeia]
The Christian AHIance Convention, which
opened here this morning. U creatins great
Interest. Several promtaent mtnlstws. -In?
cluding Rev. A. B. SImpeon. Bwr-^- ?*
Slmpson. Rev. Mr. Todd. of South Caro?
iina; Rev* D. W. LeLacheur and others
are ln attendance. . _
. A weak stomach
A needs araild,.n*
'V tural, but thor?
oughly effictent
tonic. A remed*.
which answer*
this descripttcA
is the Bitt _rs. lt i
hascured thous-l,
? andsof suifetets i
The Court Petit.oiiect to Appoint tn?
Sou of tbe Late -Uiciimbeiir.
SAXDY HOOX. VA, March.20.?Speeial?
There was an unuaually large crowd at
Goochland Courthouse yesterday.
A mass-meetlng, cotnposed of large
numbers of both white and colored cftlzeis,
was held on the court-green. and resolu?
tlons requesting the County Court to-ap?
point Peter G. Miller to till the unexpired
term- of cterlc of the court. made. vacant1
by the death of the late William Miller,
were unanimously adopted.
Pefltions' signed by several hundred citi?
zens, asking for his appointment, wore
also presented.
Mr. Moses T. Monteiro was appointed
clerk ot tiie County and Clrcuit Courts
for the unexpired term.
<'rimiiial Cont]act.
SUFFOLK, VA. March. 20-Speeiah?
Accused of crlrnina! conduot toward
Rosa DoyIe? seventen years ot.d. Josepl*
Gray, an aged resldent ot Na"hsemond
county, and a grand-father. was- to-day
placed under arrest. Rosa Doyte was
married December 13th .to Albert WMfc
ley, threo years her sentor. They
:._ien>ini.ly liv...' .happlly until last S;ut
urday, when Whitley returned the girl
wife to her parents. She had pros
pects ot motherhood, and wher* ques
tloned. accused Gray, who was a neigh?
bor, and who- h_w_T been her fi^ther"*
friend for many years. Kalling- 'to ar?
rive at a compromise the persons were
bmught to ?uffo!k this afternoon and
lawyers were- hired.
Finally the case was contbiued by
mutual consent until next Monday. and
Gray wa. releaseeX on 5800* bond, his wlfa
becoming surety. v
Gray denle8 that he ts gullty. *
SUFFOLK, VA. .VTarefc _?-Spectel?,
Charles SUas. who was some weeks ag?
shot .and wounded by aa oyster guard.
had to-day sufficiently recovered! to
stand trlal for dep reduting on the grJUDtfs
of the JF. a.. Armstrong' Company, of
Norfolk. Silas wa_s flaed 310 and gtven
thirty days to JaU.
I Union Stoek Vnr?l_?* f*__|-!f rw.
' At the annual meeting* of the Unloa
Stock Yard^ Company the foirowlnjc __?*?
; tflcers- were elected for the ensulns y?t:
VPreaident, W. R. ItaGomb; Vlce-P_es_
dent^ F. C. Bt__er; Treasurer, e__r.ee
Well; Secretary, John Rabman. an_? th*
i following directors. J. W. Ca__on_ __. Ci
Brauer, Chaele* WeO, _K_ It __lcC_Hn_>
and John Rebman.
' Al-hough Ih? yards have be-i% J i* epa
ratiot. only since December l.th_ tl_?
business has tmr exceeded ?xp__-__.?._?.
The plant ha. in? recently been .?___
pleted. __?. modtrn ln _*v_*ry respect, and
facilities for handllng* __.*_? 9 lO-Skt ?u*a t?n
surpassed. ia? the ralhroad* enter th?_
yards and the necesslty ef drtviru-f csttia
?fter being anloaded js avo'ded.
The manager of th* yards. Mr. John A
Cullen, w-ll ba- :*-?___-* to- anawer a___v
i con-mufiTc?tlons relative t* th? hi.n-.-_f
' atatocfc a_*?i*l?a* ta_?_*t"

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