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GBJIW 0F TBB BILTON CA8TLB VOiu Mtlsa Oat sa Bsa rn** lals**8 ***?.. Wraola Mat Doa Dieu Br. -PirBrS Vf Or a risaisa natara. Tba Maw York Times gives the fol BD-ttiaf additional particnlara of tbe reocne of the craw of the Hylton fe-*: Ob Tueaday, while the rescued boat's avow af the ill-fated steamer Hylton Oaatle wore oo their way to the city aod wore Borrowing for the supposed teae af their twelve shipmates, whom they left behind them some miles out ai Baa oa Monday morning, a iiabing aoBaek waa aeon off Fire (aland head Bag ta tho westward. In the tow oi thia aaaack waa a largo white boat, which resembled tho missing boat from ?ha Hylton Oaatle, and on the deck of tho smack wore aeon more men than oho would usurlly carry aa bar crew. It waa hoped that the smack had picked ap the miasing boat's crew, aod the in aalligoaeo tbat there were strong hopes that Captain Colvin and bis men had Wen roacued waa telegraphed to the TtMi smack waa teen yesterday ' Beaning off Sandy Hook, aad tbe lire Baring crew at that point went out to har and learned that abe had rescued the missing boat's craw when tba men, BB an almost exhausted condition, were slowly drifting to an awful death. Tbe lite-saving crew returned to Sondy Hook and telegraphed tbe good news to tha city. Tbe smack, which proved to he the Stephen Woolsey, Captain I4*. S. Keaney, Wee token in tow by the tug Karo bier, which started toward the city with her. Tbe fishing-vessel was soon afterward hailed by the tug Millard, Captain Phil. Dick, which took off the rescued men and landed them at Castle Garden shortly before noon. They at once proceeded to the Uritish Consu? late, where they were told to go to the Sailors' Home, in Cherry street. Here they were welcomed by their old ship asateo, who made the Fire-Island beach ob Monday, and all bands sat down to a bountiful dinner. Tbe men who went in Captain Col? een's boat seem to have bad a more try? ing eiperience than those who were in the mote's boat. Several of the former were badly frost-bitten, and one of them went to the hospital during the after? noon. When, shortly befoio daylight on Monday, Captain Colvin gave orders to abandon tbe sinking Hylton Castle, tho two boats were lowered into the aaa on the starboard side. This work was easily done, ss the starboard rail? ing waa already under water. Into the larger boat, which the captain had decided to take, were thrown two beakers of water, two cans of meat, and a small bag of bread. The chief engineer, second mate, boatswain, car? een ter, five firemen, and four seamen got into this boat. Seven men then got into the smaller beat. Soon after daybreak the mate stopped into tbe smaller boat, and Captain Colvin sprang into the larger. For some time the two boots tossed about among tbe seas to leeward of tbe wreck, which rolled from Bide to side and buried its head beneath tbe waves at frequent inter? vale, when at length the battered wreck ramed its stern into the air and plunged downward into the ocean, tbe seething vortex which marked tbe place where it had disappeared nearly swamping tbe captain's boat. In trying to row into smoother water two of the six oars in tbe boat were broken. The two boats headed in tbe direc? tion of tbe Fire-Island light-house, which rose above the horizon to the northward. The sea was rough, and tbe wind, though light, was bitterly cold. It was evident that the captain's boat waa over-crowded. A consulta? tion waa held with the mate, who of? fered to take two of the captain's men. The boots came alongside each other, and two seamen tumbled from the cap tain's boat into that commanded by tbe mate. One of tbe cans of meat was thrown after the two Bailors. The mate's boot, being tbe lighter of the two, drew ahead of the other boat. The latter broke two more of her oars in atrug tling through tbe confused seas and this ift ber only two oare with which she could tmake scarcely any bead way. The mate's boat forged steadily ahead, and aoon she could only be seen now and then, rising on the crest of some distant wave. Then she was lost Bight of alto? gether. Tbe second mate took the tillei of the captain's boat aud held her head in the direction in which the lightci boat bad disappeared. The two oari which remained were kept going, bul they gave tbe boat but little headway, Tbe spar and sail which had been placed in the boat were thrown overboard ii order to lighten her. Spray dashed over the boat and froze until it becam oosted with ice inside and out. Ooea sionally a sea would be shipped, anc tho men would hurriedly bail this out. Only one man in the whole boat' crew had oilskins. The others would have been drenched bad not tbe watci froze before it could penetrate their gar menta. Several of the men kept then banda and feet constantly in motion it order to keep them from being frost bitten. The second mate held the tillei under bia arm until the spray hat formed a meas of ice which fastened his sleeve securely to his coat. Still the brave man held bis post for hours, . Others ottered to take tbe tiller. bat be refuse4* to part with it At length the iee completely covered him, and he showed signs of exhaus lion. He then bad to be dragged away from the tiller. His boote had froaet to tbe bottom of the boat, and he wai frozen fast to his aeat. Arter another aaaa had taken bia place aa much o tho iee aa possible waa knocked an< ftcraped from bia clothing. Tbe spra fro/.e on the captain's whiskers unti the latter were joined fast togethei orcr bia mouth, others who caught tha apr ay became c evered with ice All suffered intensely from the cold. Tho men looked astound ia vain foi ?eaoaing vessels. Some looked forward Booing to sae tba mate's boat, but thi latter waa mJBas nearer to tbe abor* than tha little ice-clad abell in wbicl (boy floated. Occasionally the vapor which frequently spread in clouds ovei -the horizon, hid the tall tower of tot Firalslaod lighthouse, but this wai still miles away. Aa the afternoon advanced the ail asamad to grow even colder, but oar wara still copi going. One of then wuhaadled by s sailor called Pate whoaaemed to be the only one in tht ?oa-aw who aoald do thai work properly Beaaver gave up his oar. The boat ?was kept headed toward the far*of tight tower. Some of tha men waotei te leiora to tho wrack, and make thi boat last to the span if there wen mj tahara water, hot the captain dia* ?tsadadUMBB from this plan. To the mort he-oefaj it Bssaaad that tbe boat wai ?BBlciBf prc-f-tass toward tha light sveakaa, woila others titought that sh< had aoareely made any headway. Bet mt) bbb of tho brave little crew gave ur even whan tbe rad aun sank tha bright vapors in tao) wast lu last rave oa the chilly wao-v Bf wak*"*. Twilight fell and aeon 4af|BBjaf| into darkliest. Tavare was a SSW aaBo-B, bat eran whoo this was Bot ?w-BafBlll bj the light but ky squalls \ttmtB sWapt ortv tbs ocean it tamled Balaaag. Soon after dark the Fire-fs lond light seemed to loom up close at ??"?nd. The men -wara surprised tn find it apparently ao near them. After rowing for a while they fancied themselves close to the Fire Island shore and almost within hailing distance of the lighthouse. They yelled then, se Ives hoarse.* but received no an? swer. Then they thought that the in? mates of the lighthouse wera aaleep and that no one was on tbe lookout It did not occur to them st lint that the vapor on the water had produced something similar to a mirage, and that they had been deceived about their distance from the Fire-Island light. At length they stopped crying for help, and, with a feeling akin to hopelessness, drifted aimlessly for some time. Shortly before 9 o'clock ia tba eve? ning the men were feat bi-coining ex? hausted. Several bad been frost-bitten. Suddenly they observed a small light, toward which they beaded. As tbey made toward it they shouted lustily. They thought for a time that it was a lighthouse. Their shoots were unan? swered, however, and they feared a re? petition of their recent experience. They did not dare to row any nearer the light for fear tbat they might be caught in the surf and swamped. Soon they discovered tbat their boat was drifting directly toward the light, and in a few minutes they discerned the out? lines of a vessel to which the light be? longed. The stranger proved to be the fishing-smack Woolsey. She grew larger and larger until tbey could make out that she was at anchor. *' Throw your painter around her cable ! " cried Captain Colvin. One of the men tried to obey this order, but failed.' The boat was drifting by the smack. " Help, there on board the schooner ! " cried tbe boat's crew. A man sprang to the side of the smack and thiew a line to the men in tbe boat. Tbey caught it and in a moment found themselves alongside the smack. Tbe latter's crew were now on deck, and tbey assisted the exhausted men out of their boat. Three were so badly frost-bitten that they had to be lifted on deck. The man who threw tbe line to the drifting boat was Samuel Wee? ney, a cousin of Captain Kee ney, and the mate of the smack. The half-frozen survivors of the Hyl? ton Castle were taken down into thc cabin, where they found a hot stove. A warm supper was immediately pre? pared for them by their rescuers, who took off their own clothes and ottered them to the half-frozen seamen. The smack was about six miles from Fire island when she picked up the boat's crew. Captain Keeney was not ready to return from his cruise, but in order to land the rescued people he took up his anchor Tuesday morning and set sail for this port. J. Thompson, one of the firemen of tbe Hylton Castle, had his fingers very badly frozen. J. Kees, one of the sailors, was the man who was sent to the hospital yesterday after? noon. The boatswain exhibited his silver whistle on his arrival at the Sailors' Home, and said with considerable glee that that was the only thing which he had saved from the wreck. She ship? wrecked men will be provided with clothing by the British Consul and will be sent to their homes. A subscrip? tion was started for them yesterday and by evening it had reached nearly $201), Captain Colvin denied yesterday tbe statement that the Hylton Castle was overloaded. Her lines, he insisted, wcro not under water. RICHARD PARKS BLAND, l Inn.Minn ol' mr i aniMO'it-r on I'olnsr.*, Wriirbla. sud .Vtrasarra. Mr. Bland is thc father of tbe act of Congress under the provisions of which silver coins to the nominal value of at least two millions dollars are made every month. This gives the special interest to his appointment in the con? gressional committees which has been noted. Richard Parks Bland, of Lebanon, Missouri, is a Kentuckian, having been born at Hartford. Kentucky. August 19, 1835. He received an academic educa? tion. At tbe age of twenty he removed into the State of Missouri. From thence he extended his travels to California and to a portion of what then was Utah Territory, which is now known as the State of Nevada. He settled down at Virginia City, where be opened an office ami began the practice of law. In common with the majority of his vide-awake neighbors commanding the necessary means, he became interested in mining matters. Mr. Uland was county treasurer of ('arson county, Utah Territory, from 1800 until the organization of the State government of Nevada. In 18G5 he re? turned to Missouri, locating at Rolla, where be entered into a law partnership rith his brother. He removed to Leba? non, his residence at the present time, four years after, and continued his prac? tice there. Vt. Bland was elected to the Forty-third Congress, and has been elected to every subsequent one. Slr. I nt ker ta Retire. Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, member of Congress from the Tenth district of Vir? ginia, has addressed a letter to his con* stituents, in which ha states that he will not be a candidate for reelection to tbe House of Representatives, and that he will retire from the service of the State in Congress at the and ol' tbe pres* ent term and devote the remainder of bia life to his profession, the law. In bidding bis constituents farewell, Mr. Tucker declares tbat be M firmly be? lieves tbe hope of liberty and progress for the people is in s strict adherence to the principles of tbe Constitution as de? fined and expounded by the fathers of the Democratic faith." With the expi? ration of bia present term Mr. Tucker will have served twelve years in the House of Representatives, and since bis entrance he baa occupied a commanding position. Hie great legal ability, rare oratorical gifts, and genial social quali tiea have made him a favorite with repro* sentetiree of both parties, and bia re? tirement will occasion regret.-? Balti? more Sun. bbBBb ?' I always let a cold go as it comes,'' one says; whkh means thst he over? works the system hi getting rid of a cold rather than assist ft by uaing Or. Boil's Cough Syrup. Pries 26 cents. ZUKERTORT WINS A CAME. ?.mein C*ai|Ktlt*e I* Bealla Alter His rertr Bltib 8l*r*. [Bew Tarfc Tl asea.i Tb* aecoBd game in tbe chess match iWtweeo SUiuita and Zokertort for the cbampionshlp of tbe world was set down to take place Wednesday, sad s little after 2 o'clock in the afternoon both the champions appeared at Car? tier *e Hall, in Fifth avenue, where a fair number of chess experts snd ama? teurs were already waiting for them. Steinitz looked somewhat careworn, while Zokertort seemed fresher and more confident. After exchanging re markfi with their friends, the con? testants sat down to the chest-table. lt being Steinitz's first move, he opened with the8cotch gambit, P?K4. It wss replied to in regular manner, and then the white king's knight leaped into the arena to attack the advanced i-kirmisher. A black knight rushed to meet the enemy, and then Steinitz gent out another skirmisher to Q4. An exchange of pawns followed, and then tbe champions brought out the re? mainder of their cavalry. Several of the spectators were somewhat sur prifcd to see Steinitz begin the game with the Scotch gambit, remarking that such an opening almost always re? sulted in a draw. A few thought that tbe reason was because Steinitz did not fed himself, and preferred drawing to losing a game, while others were of the opinion that he did not want to dis? courage Zukertort hy two defeats in succession in the early part of the ?St-Bi Steinitz began mana-uvring with his horse, whereupon Zukertort invoked the influence ol the Church by leading down a mitred ecclesiastic, who im? pelled a white knight to stand guard over his king. The cavalry onslaught, however, was not checked, for the white queen's knight pierced through a black horseman, but in turn suffered a humiliating death at the hand.-* of a colored private. This last move, how? ever, doubled the black pawns and gave Steinitz an opportunity to bring out a bishop to Q3. but Zukertort pushed forward a pawn, and then there was another exchange of riflemen. Neither of the champions bad an enviable posi? tion, and tbey immediately took the precaution of castling. 44 It is anybody's game now," was tbe remark made by several experts at this stage of the game, so evenly were tbe contestants matched. Steinitz re? turned to the attack with his bishop to K?Kt"), threatening the remaining black knight and with apparently sinis? ter designs upon the Ethiopian queen. Zuktrtortsimply moved forward a pawn to Q?B3. His opponent then seemed to change his tactics to an attack upon the black king's wing, as he made his charger wheel around to K2, and then to K?Kt.'!, while Zukcrtoit advanced upon tbe white bishop. Herc a long pause ensued. The fight began to be serious. Some predicted ibat Steinitz woultl take the black knight and let his bishop go, while others felt sure that he would withdraw his prelate, as he still had a use for him. Tbe batter prophets guessed right, for Steinitz withdrew him to Q2. Zu? kertort was developing a strong attack. Ho ordered his knight forward to Kto, and with heavy artillery in the rear threatened mate. The large hall was grudually filling up with visitors, and a cea of upturned faces eagerly scan? ned the large recording chess-board against the wall. In their minds they figured out all the combinations tbat would bc formed in the next three or four moves. Steinitz evidently re? garded the situation as serious, for he indulged in one of his prolonged medi? tations, gently stroked bis beard sev? eral times, and finally planked his bishop on K2. Many did not understand th* move, especially when the Ethiopian queen swooped down to R5, whereupon Steinitz killed tho remaining black knight, sacri? ficing a bishop. Then be fortified the position of his second bishop by placing him under cover of a piece of royal ar? tillery. Down came the black bishop brandishing his crook st the rook, but when the latter was placed in his rear and promised to s-end bim to kingdom come be did not turn to look back, but made a bee-line for R3. Theo Steinitz again thought his situ? ation was still critical. He moved B-B 3. This was his eighteenth move, and ended his first hour, while Dr. Zukertort had only spent forty minutes in making his moves. Hut now tbe little Doctor's time for think in-.- had come, as it would not do to be too im perilous in tbe attack against such a skilful enemy, who was already em? barrassing bim. He moved P-K B 4, and tbus protected a dangerous point with a rook. Thus the contest kept on. becoming hotter and hotter, new Zukertort hemming in Steinitr., and then the latter, by ingenious and unex? pected inann uvring, extricating himself in a miraculous manner. On the thirty, first move a recess was taken for sup? per, and soon after 8 o'clock the fight was renewed. Gradually, but steadi? ly, Zukertort deployed his pawns, sup? porting them with artillery, and Stei? nitz, in spite of his skill, was com? pelled to resign after tbe forty-sixth move. Tbe next game will be played to-morrow afternoon, following ia the iccord of the game : STKINITZ. /.CKKBTOBT. White. Rlack. 1 P?K4 P?K4 2 K..-KB3 Kt. to <->B3 3 P?<J4 P x P 4 Kt. x P Kt.?KB3 5 Kt.?QB3 B-?VKt.5 6 Kt. x Kt. Kt.P x Kt. 7 B?Q3 P?y4 8PxP PxP 9 Castlee Castles 10 B? KKt.5 P?VJB.' 11 Kt.?K2 B?(J3 12 Kt.?KKt.3 P?KR3 13 B?Q2 Kt.?Kt.5 14 B?K2 C-?R5 15 B x Kt. B x B 16 Q?qiitq B?K7 17 K?Ksq B?R3 18 B? B3 P?KB4 19 R? Ko W-R?<_s?i 20 (J?<i2 P?Q5 21 B?yR5 R?Q2 22RxB RxR 23 B?KU V?B3 24 R?C^eq R?Q4 2oBxR QxB '-'ti Kt.?R5 0?Ks.i 27 Kt- B4 B?K4 28 P?KR4 P?B4 29 P?R5 R?K5 30 P?QB3 Q-Kt.sq 31 P?KKt.3 V-K4 32 Kt.?Kt.O Q?<J3 33 Kt?B4 l>?(,6 34 P?QKt3 P?B5 35 R?QKt.sq K?R2 36 K?R2 Q-<.KU 37R-Kttq B?Kt. 2 38 R?Kt 2 Q?B3 39 P?KB3 Q-B4ch. 40 -i?B2 R-?K8ch. 41 K?R2 Q x Qch. 42 R x Q B x P 43 P?KKt.4 B?K7 44 Kt.?Kt.2 P?Q7 45 Kt.?KS P x QKt.P 46 KP x P B x P lulled Btalee Uenmtmm Maaferd gare so illustration of how he cornered yesterday sfUrnoon a pros-iaeot gold standsrd senator. He was criticising Mr, Stanford for his advocacy of aa flO-cent silver dollar. To this Mr. Sun ford replied, aa be took a aileer dollar from bia pocket: "? I have a W?*"?? to make to you. You aay Ma dotfar ta worth only 80 eentt. I will ?rre you 9?.i? cania each for 100,000 of them. If this dollar ia worth only 80 cents you will have a splendid opportunity to make $19,500 by accepHng my propo? sition." Senator Stanford says that gold-standard senator did not accept tm offer aod did not appear to find at once any means of answering this novel style of argument.?New Tori. World. ALBERT 8. WILLIS, casiratBB At Uss rsotsBlii'* ss Blvera ssa ll ar Nb** Speaker Carlisle has appointed Al? bert S. Willia, represenutive from tho Fifth district of Kentucky, chairman of the Committee on Rivers and Harbors. Mr. Willis is an honored resident of Louisville, with the interests of which he bas been identified from tha time when be first entered upon public life. Albert S. Willis was born in Shelby county, Kentucky, January 22, 1843. He received a common-school education supplemented with attendance at tbe louisville Male High School, from whence he was graduated when seven? teen years of age. During tbe next four years he taught school, and gave more or less attention to thc study of law with the view to take a more shi? ning position than that of a pedagogue in the common schools. Having saved sufficient money for the purpose, he entered the Law School of Louisville. Ile graduated with thc class of IMI* was admitted to the bar, and began the practice of his profession, to which he has been constant since that time. The young lawyer earned fame wide as the limits of his native State during the presidential campaign of 1872, when he stumped the State in the Democratic interest. Two years pre? viously he had been elected attorney fer Jeffersea county. He was re? elected to the same oflice in 14*74. and j held it until bis election to thc House j of Representatives at Washington. His j industrious services in Congress began \ with the Forty-sixth, and have been j continuous since that time. A farr! front ."Sr. Taeker. To the People of the Tenth Congres? sional District of Virginia : It is proper for me at this early day to announce to the voters of the Tenth congressional district of Virginia that 1 shall not be a candidate for re-elec? tion to thc House of Representatives, and that I sball retire from the service of the State in ( 'ongresB at the end ol thc present term, and devote Un re? mainder of my life to my profession. It bas been my wish for several year* to retire from this position to which 1 was called from private life more than ten years ago, but the presidential elec? tion of ISM, and tbe State election ol Uh4*..'), in the issues of which I wis deeply interested, induced me to re main in public life and participate ic those contests. They have resulted in the triumph of the Democratic party in tbe Union and in Virginia, and an ad? ministration of the governments of both under Democratic leadership has beer secured. I feel, therefore, that I may now retire from the field, though dutj forbade me to leave it. when defeat wa* possible and victory had not been se? cured. In dissolving the relation of repre? sentative to such a constituency. 1 should be unworthy of the position 1 have 60 long held, did I not express tc you my grateful sense of your generous confidence in my devotion to the princi. pies of the Homoerotic party, and in mv fidelity to the interests and rights ot my constituents. 4- I havo kept the faith" I pledged to you when I was first a candidate, and while I make nc claim to anything but a consistent maintenance of what I believe to be thi true constitutional policy for tb? country, and to an honest desire to dis charge my duties to the people of Vir ginia, your uniform expression of trust in the integrity of ray purposes, and tht honesty of my convictions, assure m( that ray course has received your ap tarot al. and has been sanctioned by youi intelligent judgment. In parting with you I declare that 1 firmly believe thc hope of liberty anc progress for the people is in a strict ad? herence to tbe principles of the Consti tution as defined and expounded by the fathers of the Democratic faith. Tc this I publicly avowed my devotior when I entered your service?by this I have honestly endeavored to be guided in my political action?and to this creed I shall tenaciously hold as long as 1 live. I cannot forget in this passing mo? ment tbat for eight years I was honored by the hearty support of counties and a city not now in the district which elected me to this Congress?Bedford, Hotetourt, Campbell, and Lynchburg, (I name them in their alphabetical or der; I gratefully remember them with? out discrimination!) To the generou and manly people of the old Sixth and new Tenth district, I tender the senti? ments of my unchangeful affection and esteem. May the blessings of liberty and prosperity and peace ever dwell in youi homes, and throughout our Mothei Commonwealth, and may the Union, ol which Virginia is a member, be thc source of good-will with other nations, of peace and progress to each and all of tbe States, and an example of liber? ty and free institutions, and ot hones) and good government to tha world. I bid you farewell! Your friend and fallow-citizen, J. R. Tuck .-ii. RESPECTABLE DRUGGISTS nevai deceive tbe pnbllc, bat bemire of I'm Cheap John druggists who otter you a plus Ur called 'Capsicum,'' " l's ps lum.' "Oap orin" or "Capsicine," ana tsl! you lt li substantially the same as tbs genuine Ken. sou's l*at*rlB?! I'laaUi. or even belter. Tbej ask leas for the Imitation, for lt cost* less l.nt as a remedial agent lt ls absolutely worthless. Tbe r**BB*ollon of Benson s ai tbe only plaster possessing actual and htgt curative t*nalltfas ls ihe result of comas years'etperlroent aad honorable d?i.llng> on the part of the nroprtetois; and S.ooc physleisns. pbsnuaolsts and druggists .-u dors* lt aa the beet ever mode. is is KS*?Tu TOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!! In order to radnce my large stock of yahcy ooooe, I will allow a discount of HO PK? CBNT. oe all gooda for sixty days. Ja 18 etxJ'.iii ti. H. WALLACE. 1 -F IOU EXPERIENCE A BAD I i**te ra the mouth, sallowness or yellow anlorofeSlttaiWletnu'ilaml drowsy, sope Ute -_*t*ady, fraauent heartache or aUst neat yon ar* "bilious, and nothing wlu aroa** your liver to action audsireogthen up lour system like Dr. Pierce's 'Golden Medics! Discovery.'' By druggists. " lint that Mm. Holme* * I thought tb* dSctor* gave her up. abe look* well now. -Wibi* well. 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Y. jalO-So.Wrwi.Ar ^ WABTB. .?w^^w,, AG F NTS WA NTED.-WK WANT a food live man In every Impor t*ni s'ty In the I'nited Stat** to act a* per? manent scent for three .list I net elate* of goods ii snufactnred by us. A lionanita for ? cn of Billilly aid good reference*. THE GRATH COMPANY, 888 west Fifth ?cet. Cincinnati, O._Js 18-11 \\* ANTED, TO SELL 1 BLACK v V Walaut Chamber Snit. 1 Painted Chamber Kuit. I Parlor Suit. 1 Marble-Top Hide-Hoard. Hal-Back. Usk Extension Talile. and other household goods. An early applicant will get bargains fur cash. Ad? dress C A 8 H. Carrier 81. city. Ja l.Vlt* T\7 ANTED, PURCHASERS FOR Ti 7.000 heed of nice Oreen Cabbage, to be sold at auction, at our store, al 1 o'clock To-Day. B. H. Ko.\ A CO.. Ja I fi-lt* IMO Main street. \\J A NTKD, A WOMAN TO~~A!-? VI tlst In Nursing and Help (Mean Up. Apply at loo North El/lli street, betwasa Ginee and Krnnklln._,tal3-lt? W~ANTEl>7 a situation as fTfyVcrlplion Clerk by an experienced dniL'slat. Heat references can be given. Address lt., No. 36 I*-1 xl li and Caliell streets, Lynchburg. Va., or thisoiiice. la l.Vlt*fl ? w w ANTED, TO BUI A SECOND iitind HUH with capacity of .0 to ii*) ita lim * whltakry perday. Mutt ba- in good or? der and low for cath. Address U7. X. Y., care Iti'pnteh office, Blehmond, Va. la l.V.f__ ANTED. EVERYONE TO KNOW that a few more coplea of the " Sou? venir Baton ' can be had ar Johnstons 91H liam ilreet?price only io eenie per copy: also, 10.000 pieces of new, fresh Sheet -Mu? sic at only 10 cent* apiece; also, Book", Stationery. Magazines, and Newspaper* at lowest rale*._Ja ll-nt WANTED, A SITUATION TO travel for a Totiftcco House In th* South western Slates ; Mississippi and Ala? bama preferred; lest references. Address J. B. S? Oh)ntii-h (lillee. Jal3-3(? WANTED, EVERYBODY TO know that Brlghtliope ('rate-Coal eau lie purchased at 14. 14.80. and l-l per t"i>. hvery tou is weighed on the scales of tho company. If vour dealer cannot or will Bot furnish you lt ls because he ls makin* more money on sonieothercoal nod not be? cause the coal he seila yon ls cheaper or bet? ter. You can get ihclicst coal for Hie leant monev If you will advise, by Telephone _7(J or by postal, JAMES K. WERTH. Ja 12 Superintendent and Treasurer. YATANTED, A SITUATION BY A v V Teacher of experience. In a school or fanrtly. rira-cbes taught: English. Krencii, rudiments of Latin, <-eriwin. Vocal and In siiuti i-iiial Music. References given mid re outred. Address Ml** K., care of Carrlfr ii, Klehniond. Va._Js lo-etHlrttit-wlt C~AR-BUILDERS.?WANTED, AT Hunt iincton, West Va., espTleneed Kretght-.'ar Builder*. Hicady lob. Adtlresa THE ENSIGN MA.MEACTt KlM.t ?. Ja io St _Hontlngton. West Va. _ WANTED, A FARM OK C >UX THY Siorehonse In Virginia, la BX? dianne for inienrruiubered Baltimore city property. Address KA HM KB, foal Olt.ce (six .*>?, Blehmond, Va. ia ttais.iT.is.sajiasi A REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENT, on CHINA AND ALL OTHKRUOoDH foralxiy Says. ja 15-eo. lg ni_H. H. WALLACE. I \ 1.1.1 N<'TENT LANI) SALES. ci in aol Cointv Trf.asi-Ki-it, i Atuu C. H.. Va., Dec. 81. 18S8. ( The lists of I-inils'tt lin.|iif nt foi-Stale and i .-ounty laxes, from 18?? to lbvt. have been ent me hf lin- Auditor of Public Accounts I for redemption and sale Vales*redeemed |I uill sell Hu- same at the KEIIRI'AKY , TKHH of Amelia County Court. The hooks ait- uis'ii for examluiitltiti at my oflles. P ll. CROWDER, ja 1-K6w Treusiirer Amelia county. I t I M?KS AMS ( Ml I ll I IKS. HATING T<? MOVE ONTHEs|| 1st of March I will Up to that BA ila te luithe up my present stock ATJJU COST Ki iK CASH. This is a tine op? portunity to buy GOOD CLOTH l.M} at a low price. JOHN LATOUCHE, Merchant Tailor, No. 4 Tenth street. Ja IB-tod H I M. I HS. ate AVANA CIGARS. Juli landing one eas.- CONCHAS ELE? GANT!.S CM IA KM, from the factory of Lo? pez y Garcia. Havana?our owu importa? tion. la 18-lw CBOAB CHAN/ A CO. T RUSTEE'S SALE. i Tu All Hittiin lt Mew' aaa ra. This ls notice thal on Hie evening of I the 7th day of Januarv, lt-.-ii. I have ' taken possesslou of the STOCK OK MER \ CHANl'lsE In the store No. ISM east I Main street, In this city, conveyed to : me bb trustee by Jacob Lewlt, immedi? ately alter the recordatlon of the deed, > and I lave appointed the following as my | clerks and saleauien until firther notice? I to wit. Jacob Lewlt. Bernard Kotitgheliiier, Massie Wiena. Celesta Augustine, Julius Lew it Bernard Taylor, Irene Moreton. an4 I Hoi. li'.11Ik!?? -liner, lo c.millet the retail 1 trustee's sale* nf the stock of trotuls, conslst | lug of a larg* assortment of DKY GOODS, ; DKIHHGOODS. WOOLLEN (ll i< IDS, KLAN KETS, CAKPETH. Ac. MILLINEKY I GOODS. OKNTLjCMKB'H AND LADIES' Kt KMSIIING GOODS, NOTIONS, TOYS. JEWELRY. In fact a larne and well-assort? ed ttock and variety of goods, UMialli kept In a flist-claas establishment. We tell at and below coat to positively and s|ieedlly wind up the trust. ? TitKiia: Cash. W.M.COLE. Ja 18-5t _Trnatee. FOR SALE. TUE LARGE IRON VACLT DOOK AND KKAME and all thc Bar-Iron. Bolts. Ac, used In the con tt melton of ihe vault at John H. Tyler A Co. t; also. Marble Tlllmt. A gnat bargain to an lunn...nate applicant. J. THOMPSON HKOWNACO., ja 18-?t 1118 Main atreet. W llr'MISIS. 00D & COWARDIN, ba,* removed tkelr efflce to 50. SOT *__8T MAIN 8THEBT. [ap 18-eod] JOHN MAHONY, ?g| DI.NTIBT, (formerly Wayt A Mahony.) Orrica: ell Malu street, between sixth and Seventh, Blehmond. Va. oe 1-eod Bbbbt C. Jonis, 1). D. B. Bo. P. Wriuht, d. d. 8, D RS. JONES A WRIGHT, J DENTAL OKKICB, * IISh Main trrssxT. saut. Offls* hoon: 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. ?y 18-eod] LIMB, Olivi, de. T IME! LIME!! LIME!!! Jost arrived, schooner Alfred Keen, with a fresh supply of KOCK LAN " LIME, for sale very low. Kresli KOBlCNDALKand PORT LAND (Imported) CEMENTS, CALCINED PLASTER. MARBLE-DI'ST. CATTLE HAIK. SAVAGE FIBB-BKICK sud CLAY, just received. ? _ Our eelebrsted "ANCBOB ' LIME al? way* on hand fresh. WARNER MOORE, Cont Seventeenth street, Corn-Meal. Lamp and ttroond Plaster, Bnmsc, and Bark. deal _ W8BUO ABD ****-^?^ SP. LATHROP & CO., COAL AND ? WOOD. ? Crown- lilli Splint?lump ?nd ball; superior Anthracite egg stove rhesnul, and broken sises Boreet Pin* Wood?long, sawed, and spilt. Purchaser* ran rely on getting clean, perfectly-pre? pared coal*. H. P. LATH BOP A CO., Seventeenth ttreet at Draw-Bridge. Telephone B4. no 8 BvaCHBBIMiB ALI M W4T-S. 1JOCKBRIDGE ALUM WATER. To insure tbe above in a PURE state, sud the KJ?AL arl lela, parties should address JAMES A. PRAZIER. Bocfcbrldge Alum Springs, Va. noia-FSaa B 0OK AND JOB PRINTING NEATLY DONE at th* DISPATCH r-KINTLNO-HOUSE. ^ATCtmtl SAXW-TBla Day Hy E. B. OooB. A actions**. 5a 94 Wlntb street. LTOUSEHOLO FURNITURE. today it 10 o'clock I will sell a general assortment .1 very nice HofiH KHOLO FURNITURE. nibrselng many articles of use to house topers. m. ll. COOK. jg 18 _Anctloneer. A UCTION SALE OF APPLES.-1 ft will sell TO-DAY at 1 o'eloaB sharp, it my store, 1510 east Main street, 60 bar* fis CHOICE APPLES. All purchasers In rited to attend. Also, at Chesapeake and Hilo railway depot, at i n clock, car "HOICK CABBAGE. LPOWKBi, jBl8*lt?_Agent. AT AUCTION.-WE WILL SELL 7.000 bead of NICK UKBKN CAB ;A..Kst 1 o'clock sharp at our store TO? DAY. M, H. FOX a co.. Ja 15*lt*>_1810 Main saree! AIITIOS aal.Kfs? rmtmvm ttmy*. PONSTABLE'S SALE OF TIIE \J following goods to satisfy a distress tarrant in my hamls. at tbe Forks of tho Hoad, Tu.'Iculise township Henrleo county. .'a., on tue 16th OF JAMAR4.', inna, at ll rt. M.: One Kiln Oreen Brlek. JO cords a'ood, 8 000 Stork-Brick, 800 Common Irtcka. 1 Brick Machine. I Mud-Wheels. 4 frame Shel*. 24 Wheelbarrows, 'il Brick Moulds. 1 lot Lumber about yard. 'J Kino "Toppers. 1 Chain, 1 Roller, 1 Two-Horse A'agou, 1 Feed-Cutter. Thums: Cash. G. TALLEY. Ja 14? Constable Henrleo County. By N. W. Bowe, Real Estate Auctioneer. pOMMIStSIONEirS SALE l)F FOUR ?*-*? VALUABLE VACA-.T LOTS ON THK WENT HIDE OK PINK HTKKKT BK rWEENBPRINd AND CHINA HTKEET.**. In execution of a decree of Ute Chancery ?our! of Richmond, entered 24th June, laeo, in tao sun of" winston* anti at-, i -. Ross. Ac.," I will tell by public auction, on the premises, on TIK8DAY, JAM arv 19, 1886, lt 4 o'clock P. M.. the KOCK VERT HAND? SOME BUILDING LOTS on the weat side of nae street, beginning at a point '18 feet louth of Springstreet, and fronting together 1C3 feet, and having a depth of 140 feet to in alley In the rear. These are choice lots. *nd the title to them, which was once ?loutied, has tx-eu perfected. Will be sold in four pn reels. Tkkmb: One third cash, and the residue at ilx snd twelve months, for notes, willi in? terest added nnd title retained. GEORGE P. HAW. Special Commissioner. X. W. Bowk. Auctioneer._Jal s By R. B. Chaffin A Co.. Beal Estate Auctioneers, "So. 1 north Tenth street. pOMMISSIONEiTSAUCTIONSALE TWO INTERESTS IN BRICK STORK AND DWELLING, No.-). ion AND 110 ON WEST SIDE OF HOCTIl KK.HTH STREET. BETWEEN CA RY AND CANAL HTREE ls LOT FRONTS 00000 FEET. Bbeai'.O'Briens. I Ch a nee ry | Court of i Rtonmond f a-iiy,deeree i December Smith, for, AC, te, O'Briens. | 10,18<S5. Hy virtue of the decree lu the shove causes the undersigned, commissioner op pointed for the pot pose, trill sell separately hy public auction, on the premises, mi SATl RDAY, JANfAltV 10. 1888, BttH o clock P. M., the Interests of l>.-M. O'Brien aod J. J. M. O'Brien i being re n niiideis subject to life e-a'atti ot Bira, Bridge! O'Brien in the aiiote-de-a-rlbed REAL ESTATE. This property ls well loeolod, i.eur lailroii.l BapolB, and should rent uell, Taaaa: One thint cash: balance In two Instalments at six sin! twelve mooth*, with (I p. r rant. Interest noni doy of sa!.-, notes witn approve*] endoraera to ba given for Ibe deferred paymonta with interest added and Od- title to he retained till tho further .lalor of the conn. ALEXANDER COKE. ja li* Commissioner. I, Benjamin EL Berry, clerk of the Cliim cery Court of Rich mond, certify that the bond required of lin* S|>ecii?l commissioner tay the al. a rees in said cause has been duly given. (liven under hiv hand Oils Ut li day of Jsnusry, 1886. Jg 18 BENJAMIN H. BERRY. By R. B. Chaffin A Co., Real Estate Auctioneers, No. 1 north Tenth street. COMaoUfflONIRS' AUCTIONS All OE VAL! ABLE LANDS AND MlLuS IN CHESTERFIELD COCNTY.?In pursu? ance of a decree of the Circuit Court ot Chesterfield, entered on the -Jlst day of I ,a,-inlier, 1881*. In the suits of Gut** te, (isles aud Gregory ? *? Oates, Ac, the mi dersiKued commissioners will sell at pablic auction, on the premises, ou. SATURDAY, JSjfOABYat, 1886, at IB o-r!rxrfc, tl,- '-Hf-'OUIN" TRACT OK LAND, containing 1,008'i ACRE**, willi the M1L1J* thereon, formerly belonglm; to the late William Beverly Oates, lying Id Cm stcrtield county, on the Ulciimoutt an.l Petersburg railroad, anti on the main Nad leading from Richmond to Chesterileld Courthouse, and about six miles from Rich? mond. Ibis property will bedlvided and sold In tl ie. i ar.-, n- Huii portion thereof allotted to John C. Ooode and wife, consisting of tbe Mills and about io, Acres.and that portion allotted to J. BJ, (iregory aud wtfr. consist inst of the I) wei Ung-House and 800 and Aorta, ant! that port lon allotted to Judith K. Wlnfree (formerly Oates), consisting of SOO ami-Acres?or asuttlclent tiuaiitliy of said allotments to|?y the amounts due from Hie parties respectively. Tki.ms : One third cash ; and the res alu? in eonal instalments at six and twelve months, with Interest at 6 percent, per tu nnui hom tbe day of tale. Bf. M. Ol LL! AM, F. M. CONN Ell. Ja 1 Commissioners. WOOLEN-MIlTaND machine* RY FOR SALK.-By virtue or a deed of trust executed to the undersigned by tba RICHMOND VIRGINIA WOOLEN MI LL on July 1,1884, ami recorded In thu Clerk's office of Henrico county. Va., being reijii. sted thereto by the holders of all the boti.ls and cousins secured thereby an.l hy? the company itself, we shall proceed al 12 o'clock M., on THURSDAY, JANCAKY 28, 1886, to gell at public Ruction, on the premises, the entire I'L A NT of On- mild company, con* sistlngof a LOT OF OROI'ND in th..lin? ty of Henrleo, adjoining Hie ,-lty of KIcU* monti, nt the Intersection of < ink and BOOOO streets, containing uhout 'i l-l ACKKM; t.nestorv Brick-and-Wnod Mill llull.llu:*. 146 by l-'.M feet, willi tin-nsaf and Brlek* t< nt! - Ii<>ii Boiler house. Bl hy 40 feet, at? tached; one 8.t-horse power Lawrence En? gine; one loo- horse power Steel Boiler; two Mts nf 60-luch Curds; thirty broad Looma; and oilier machlui-ry In proportion ; all com? paratively new and in tl rat-rsi te order. Tutu- : Made known al the day of sale. Eor detailed Informal lon, list of machine? ry. Ac. apply to P. H. Ua.sk ekvi i.l, Hec reuiry. Post-office Box 27. Richmond, Va. JOHN H. OUY, DAVID N. WALKER. de 1-1.4 8 11.18,16,22,23,29,Jan 1,5,8.l-l, 18,18 22,26,88-181 KlgllVAl,. Ri. ii vi'.sn. Va.. December 13, 1885. WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PA? TRONS that we have moved our place of business to tho large and commo? dious stoie No. 1404EASTMA1N STREET, where we shall be pleased to see and to serve our customers. Very respeetfully, del6-lm H. BRCNHILDA BROTHER. ri it so > ti. Ri(-UMOND. VA..|Janiiary 1. 16**6. HAVING QI AL1KIEI) AS K.XK Cl'TOR of the estate of D. SPENCER WOOLDRIDGE deceased, I hereby notify all persons having claims against the said estate to present them, properly authenti? cated, to tue for payment; and all peisoi.s indebted to tbe same topay to me promptly. E.U. MEADE, Executor, Ja 1*Flt Ul", east Main street. UNSEBTAMKBM. LW. BILLUPS A SON,, s FURNISHING UNDER-' TAKERS 1606 bast MAIS 8TKBBT (under St. Charier. Hotel). li TRIAL-CASKS, SHROUDS, and PU NERAL CONVEYANCES furnished at ali hours. Telegraph orders attended to day oi nlfht^ Telephone No. 448. Jy Ia LT. CHRISTIAN, ttESSm ? FUlWiSHJNO^'^^ UNDERTAKER. No. ltll bast booao irraanrr, RICHMOND, VA, Itt. l-tleoB mode* ?sir-* syfesft. <*-*?? promptly executed. ? * ri HU*. Jl Vt ll.KV. Ar. FR YEARS IT HAS BEEN, my habit, after tbe rush of j Christmss trade and while taging ?tock In January, to make a clearing sale bb many articles are unsuitable to carry over to next season; so 1 will give bargains not often met with. Come and eoe D. BUCHANAN, Goldsmith. detr Bo. Ul eoe* Broad street. ^^ wmmwam aire. Ol MCS or SCI'BU'T Ol' COB8TKUCTIO***, 1 U. 8. Ci'sroa- House, Ac. Rich bono. Va., January ?. 1886. ) SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE received at this (.moe notil u o'olock noon on ike 18th DAT OF JANUARY, 1886, al wh tell time and pise*, ikey will be opened in the presence of attending bid? ders, ror tarnishing TOOIJ" AND MATE? RIAL*-, as per Hat to be seenat ibis oates. THOMAS. H. ll)WELL, Ja 10. rot! It Bu perin tendsut. N 0RK01K AND WEdi ERN RAIL ROAD. SCHEDI'I.E IN EFFECT BOVEMBER Vi, 1888. LEAVE RICHMOND 10:48 A. M. Pally. i-in Klcbmoad and Pe? tersburg railroad. Arrive Pe tcrttr.itg 11:80 A. M.; leav* Pe tertbi.ni, IStSI P. M. dally: ar? rive at Norfolk 8:80 P. M. 8:18 A.M. Dally, except Bu oday, i ia Rich? mond and Ketertburg railroad. Arrive al Petersburg 8:90 A. M. No. 8 leave* Petersburg 8:83 A. M. for Karmi iii?< Lv uchhnre. Roanoke, Hrlttot. Knoxville and all |?ilnt*South and West. 9-48 P. M. Dally, via Richmond and Pe? tersburg railroad. Arrive* Pe te tahune 8:80 P. M. lawve Pe lershurg 8:40 P. M. d?lly, arriv? ing Norfolk 8:10 P. M. 8:00 A. M. l?*ily. except *?auday. Wt Rich monti and Allegheny railroad. Arnveat Lynchburg-:00 P. M., connecting with train No. *, leaving Lvnchbnrg at 2:10 P. M. daily for ail points South and Wist. 8:00 P. M. Dally, except Bundey, rti Rich mond and Allcghany railroad. Arrive at Lynchburg 8:10 A. M. sleeper Richmond to Lynch burg), connecting with train leaving Lynchburg st 6:40 A. M. PULLMAN HLEEPING-CAR ACCOMMO? DATIONS. No. 1?Blehmond to lynchburg. Rich? mond and Allegheny railroad. *nrt Roanoke to New Orleans, Chattanooga lo Jacksou ville, (.'hartan.stca to Memphis. No. 8? Roanoke to Chattanooga, without change. Ticket*, baggage checks, and all Informa? tion .an be ohtalued st Richmond ami IV teisiturg railroad dej-.t. 1000 Mainstreet. H cliiiioiul and Alleghauy rallroail depot, and 1208 Matti street. A. I'oi'K. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. J08BPH II. SANDS. la S General Manager. K. smoke. Va. IO I' 4 1(11 ru OF si i * Ml KS CPEC1AL NOTICE. IIFI'll KOLO DoBIBlOB Btkamsiiii-Co.. I January 14, I---.. ) Until further notice KRKIGHTB to ami from New York will lie received and deliv? ered at York-KiverdepotiiutllS P.M.dally. OKOKdE Sf. ALLEN A CO.. ja 15-et AeentH. P IIILADELPUIA, RICH? MOND AND NORFOLK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Appointed sailing days: Every TUE8D\Y ?hd FRIDAY at 18 M.. and every SUNDAY -t B A. M. _ Freight for Tuesdays' and Fridays' steam? ers received till 11:80 A. M.; tbr Mundays' Hieamer till 8 P. M. saturday. Freight re? el ved daily HU 8 P.M. ^>>l^l_*tm General ^M**?^?'**??*. BOIS Benersl Agents) O LD DOMINION STEAM BHIP COMPANY. FOR NEW YORK. Steamers leave Richmond EVERYTUBH DAY. KKIDAY, and SUNDAY. 8'ea ie ern leave New York for Rich mon-1 EV FRY TUESDAY'. THURSDAY, ami BATL'KDAYat SP. M. Passenger accoriimodstlon* nnsurpassert. Cabin tere to New York (Including meals and berth), 110; ronnd-trip tickets. 118; steerage, with ?Ubaittence. IT; without lUbeiBlence, 88. Freight forwarded and through bill* of iadlng (saned for points beyond New York. freight received dally until 5 P. M. Manifest closed on sailing-days one hour before departure. Passengers leaving Blehmond by the Chesapeake and Ohio railway al 8.TB A. M. (t*ia Newport's New*) and the Richmond and Petersbnrg railroad at lOtltfA. M. on Mi tNDAYS. TUESDAYS. WEDNESDAYS. THURSDAYS Burt HATUBDAYH will make connection* at NORFOLK wltb the Bteamer* leaving those, days. MAILINGS THIS WEEK. ROANOKE, Captain Couch, SUNDAY, January loth, st 7 o'clock A. M. OLD DOMINION, Ca ptain Bs tTH, TUEH? DAY.-Iiiriuarv Itu h. at 2 o'clock P. M. WYAJNOKE, Captain HlM.fll ki;.s. KKi DAY. .liitiuaiv 1*1111, at 8 o'clock P. M. BBORBB W. ALLEN a 00.. Agents. No. HOI Main street and ja ti Company's wharf, Bookettaj QNLY ONE COLLAR f/g^ NORFOLK. PORTSMOUTH, PORI'8 NEWS AND NKW ANDONLY bfRECT ROUTE WITHOUT TRANSFER OH CHANUK OK ANY KIND. second cia** tickets still low or. VIRGINIA STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S JAMES-RIVER LI Ni-. KOR NORKOLK, PORTSMOUTH, NEW? PORTS NEWS, CLAREMONT. AMI JAMEM-H1VER LANDINGS DIRECT; CONNECTS AT NoKHOLK HUMBLY WITH ALL LINES TO EASTERN SHORE OF VIRGINIA, OLD POINT, BALTIMORE, ABU THE NORTH HAME AFTERNOON AT NEWPORT H NEWS '.V iTH sTEAMKK ACCOM AC FOR SMITHFIELD: ATCLAKKMoNT WITH ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILROAD Foll WAVERLY, HU KsKitllD. AND ALL STATIONS. ONLY ALL-WATBK ROUTE. JAMEH RIVER BY DAYLiGHT. GREAT TOI HIST KOOTB. JAMESTOWN, DUTCH OAP, AND WAH SCENERY. CHKAFE81' ROUTE. KATES MICH LESH THAN HALP CHARGED HY ANY OTHER ROUTE. FARE TO NORKOLK. ll-NO LIMIT. WAY-LANDING FARES from arie, to ll. ?He.i.nil-t-lass ticket* Hill ..iver. PARETO WAV EHLY. ll.So. FARE TO HICKSKORD. BBSS. FIHtST-CLABH MEA1J4 OB EUROPEAN PLAN. Tbe eiegautly rebuilt and fast tteamer ARIEL, (carrying Unlur-d. States Mall,) Z. C. GIFFORD. Commander, leave* Biennium! every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY ami FBIDAY at 7 A M. (HT RE ET CA RB CONNECT IN FULL TIME) for above-named place* ar? riving at Norfolk at B P. M. Returning, the au a mer leave* Norfolk. PorUmoutii and Newport's New* on alteruat* dais' arriving at Richmond about 4 P. M. " ' Through ricketson sale on steamer and at (..Briar's Agency, 1000 Malu street. Hag gage checked through. BTATU-UOOMS E.NOAdEu KOR DAY OH NIGHT. FREIGHT. Freight received dally for Norfolk, Ports? mouth, Smithfield, Hampton, Waverly, and and lin -Rut. ul Va.: Washington. I). G.; NewU.ru, Washington, and Tarboro', N, 0.; all stations on Atlantic aud Danville railroad, Seaboard aud Roanoke railroad, Norfolk Southern railroad, and Kast-ru North Carolina general'y; also, for Eastern Shore of Virginia, and all regular landing* on Jame* river, at LOW-HT BATES, and tkroogh bUl* Baned. L. B. TATUM, Mn perin teddent, oe IO Bo, HOB Main ttreet and Bockslts* F bob narr, OR RENT. To a Hist des* tenant will be ottered a fa vorable lease of the valuable aud moat popular ATLANTIC HOTEL. Morehead, N. C.. consisting of a thoroughly-equipped Hotel, Ten-Pin Alley, Barltooiii. Billiarrt-Kooiu Club-Room, and all other adjuncts, which make lt thc* MOST COMPLETE. ltAROEHT. AND Mt)ST POPL'LAB BUMMER BEHOK1' IN THE SOU I'll. Tilts hotel, with Improvements, costing mora tban 175.ooo. la In thorough repair, ia elegantly aud amply furnished, and ba* been slue* Ita construction lu Issn exten? sively advertised and popularly managed. Of Hie thouauuda who nave visited More? head uot one ha* left without expressing a tb sire to return. With all these ?rtvantages and the attrac? tions of the climate, the ita thing, the flail? ing, and thc gunning, it ls bound to become, if not already, the FOBEMCBT soi TH ERN HEALTH AND HUMMER KEHORT, and presents* better opportunity tor sur cct-sful sud profitable management tbsu any hotel in America. Tbe hotel, wltb cottages, will accommo? date 760 guest*, ha* about ?_.*>() sleeping apartments, mostly ch mb. ami all tiaurt tome'iy furnished In ash or cherry, willi water, gas, and electric-bells In each room. The ball-roora one hundred feet a.uare. ls the flnest In tbe ttouth, amt the diutng rooin ls tl inply gram!. Tlte average number of guest* during th* season la al U-eat three thousand, from all the southern Btatea. Fortiluatrated pamphlet ?? Morehead City aa a Bummer Resort.' and other tutor we - Uon apply or write to VAN H MOORE, JAMES MOORE, or SPIER WHITAKER. ja 9 Bslelgb, N. 0. ? 3? ? _jTdb OVBTBBB, OYSTERS, OYSTERS.?I handle tbe BEST OYSTERS' In tb* state, and they are the flnest In th* world. My LAD1L PAMTMBNT I* tb* Sneat lu thi* etty, and I will sledge my reputation that no objectionable, person will be waited upon, oysters sold by the measure or barrel. Hooper for Urge uart le* can tx furnlahsd at'short nolie*. Call or wad ) i ur order* to MUBPHYH, corner Kiah lb ?r d Broad streets. JOHN MUBPHY. Vro prleler. Talephon*. No, 47*. Be 18-taa RAIt.BMtal* lill A TLANTIC COAST LIlflT J ORMOND AND PCrKMBHDaW BA. i,j ROAD TIME-TAB LB. Commencing BUNDAV November fi, tat, troineoo thia rom.! -**"ii ran sj '.....,w?. TRAINS HOCniWAStU, i~Z\ "Lsave Arrive j ""??Richmond. ratsrsMini | , ?J '8 ?'8 A.M. 8:80 A. M Aooom'odBt'B. 8. MO 48A.M. 11-88 A M. Throagh traia. 0. < ?B.-48 P.M. 8:ltB P. M. Fast Mall. 6. ?Bi'JOP.M.' 8:15 f M. Accom odat'B, 8. r?:t3 P.M. 1O08 P. M. Througn train. I I TRAINS NORIHWAHD. f LaMtve A rm ve Petersburg. Richmond. 8. "4:18 A.M. 8:4* a M. root Mall. 5. 17:10 A.M. SOB A V. Aceoin odst'B. 6. HO 06 A.M 10 55 \ M. Th roi'j trolB. B. "18:58 PM 1 ?6 P. M Accom odat'B. T. j *a:00 P. M. j 0:00 P. M. rhntrtgu traia. ?Dally, tDally (except Mundar). B'WPl'LNU-Pl^OES, ""faa, 80, 48, aud il ma kt* ne stope. No., 6 itons only on signal at I hester. Moa. ai ,nd BB stop only on Btajoal Ol Ol esler. Usn* rana, and Mauehssi. r. Boa ss, M. Ba nd 86 stop at all stations f r rtaaaengei*. PULLMAN-CAR MURVIC* On trains No. 40 snd 45 ? eea/ng-csrs be ween Washington aud Cuai-lesioo. un rains No. 40. 48 41. and 18 steepdig can salween Wsshlnglon sn.i lacs*.,nu;:.,, fla. )n trains Nos. 47 and 4s sieeping-sar* ba ween New York aud Jecs?n. \xt . ,nd between New York aud Cnarlestoij, md Alkeu.S. C. "HE ONL.Y ALL-RAIL ROUTE TO Sob), roi.K laws. a??..i tlebm'd..-l(':t? A. M , .v-rfoik. < sor.u. tlchln'd ? t 4h P M. | No lolB.... 6:10 P.M. .orf?)k...t 6:40 A.M., Kicnmd .10.86 A.M. .orfolk....* 8:88 A.M | Rlcbm'd 1:10 P. M, Noe. 84 and 86 make cxsss connectlna lo tnd from Ksrmvilie L> nchnai-g.eiidsoutn. western points, aud ?aj-stations aa Un* norfolk and Western railrtstd ,No BBren* Hug daily sud No. 64 da >?? ???..'.?? > - l,,y J. R. IC KM I.Y, Bnperlntendent of Tranapdartation. T. kt. Ear.K.-.oi*. General'smsnaar Agent, (*)i. Haa*. Tram ? MsiiaYer, ? noli RIOBMOND, r'KE!>KKl('KN\ai El? and POTOMAC l. 5 i.ll. LtV. ["HROI'OM ALL-RAIL t AMf-fREt. UT LINE TO AND FROM BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA M-W YORK. AND EASTERN AND WERT ERN iiTIEM )NLY TWELVB~l7()l RS BET WK Ea RICHMOND AND BALTIMORE l.V EACH DIRK''HON. Correspondingly quick lime to othes mints. Through bills of u-ding lsaasd Bl ow rates. 0 a Ay lok, jy I General I'Hssenger Ag**nt. R~ IUIIMONU AM iLLS'ilUNV KAlLRi'AD. SCHEDULE or I RAINS IN EKFECT NOVEMBER 88. 1B8S. TWO DAILY TRAINS <EXCEPT - > DAY) BBTMrsN RICHMOND ANO L. NOHBI HU. Through A) ' am- > i- i Mall. '.IO.I,Halli I - INO. 1. ? No. 8. fNo. 8. Leave Kichmo'd 8:00 AM t.ii P U 6:00 PM BsatSere Iii*** All fin pm io:5e pm H ardsvl'e 11:87 A M 8 10 I" M 1145 P M Lynchb'g, 1:60 PM ......... | 10 A k Loxing n. B:tB PM . 6:68 A ls UllflOBlT'e 6:5" PM . ARRIVE RICHMOND. 8:00 P.M. MAIL daily leXOvpl Sunday). 1008 A. M. ACOOMMODATIOM dail> (sa c. pt Sunday). f:40A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS dally (er.. Cepl Monda)). CONNECTIONS. At Rlobmond with Bss.a'istad roilwe-, and Ricani'.nd, Krederh-saburg aud . mac ra 11 rust al; at Lyiicbourg with Virgin i Midland railway and Norfolk and W railroad, at Clifton Korge willi i'husap?*k* and Ohio railway: at Leilngton with Balti? more and Ohio ralipsttl. mUr-nny-oar attacked to If ty kt 4"/>,.>i l.oiirliliurl. Trains marked t dall) ies<vpt Bandar). Tickets sold Ui oil polnta Oiric** llos east Main street, 1000 Main, and at H'.co. mond and Allegheny depot, Eianih buJ Canalitreefa. J. R MA CM "JUDO General Passenger aud Expreaa Agu,). CUESAPEAKE ANI) OHIO RAIL* WAY.-NOVEMHER 15. 1886: LEAVE RICHMOND. 1:40 A. M. Through and l/s-at Mal! excsrl Sunday. Conueota lor I burg. 8.15 A. M. Eor Newport s News I > 6 Comfort, aud Norfolk ,U..> *.. ? cepl Bunda) 8:80 P. M. Kor Newisirt * News. OM . and Norfn'fc Excm . 4,00 P. M. H.. Y. sud P ii.:.,' un a modatlo). except Muti.Lty 8.26 P. kt. Kor Louisville and Clnclnctu. East ExprasB wita i ? Pullman eora Dally. ARRIVE RICHMOND. 8:46 A.M. Prsiu '*?? I*, sud P. Junci los ll 85 A.M. ""'rom Norfolk, uld Polo: . Newport's News except Mn a!? 8:40 P. M. Kron, local pointe and Hm Weal, except Sunday. 6:80 P. M. Krom Old Point. Newport i News sod Norfolk daily ni? ce pl Sunday 8 65 P.M. Ki'.iu Louisville and Cincin? nati. Kasl exprets dally. Depot: Seventeenth aud Broad streets Tickets st 1000 Malu street an.l depot. ll. W. KULLEIi. Oenerai Paasenger Ag. nt. Wil MAMA C. WltkUAK, StH'oin! V ,-. I'ltSialent, de 1', RICHMOND, KKKhKRICKSlU'K'i AND POTOMAC' RAILKOA1I.-Mclied nie coiuii.iii. mg NOVKMUEH 16, 18S6 eastern standard time: 6.00 A.M., leaves Hyr-d-Mirest Mall dally; stops only at Ashia I Junction M'lford, and frt-.t? rtcksburg. Sleeper to Vt mt lnglob. I.eaVt.* WaSh!n?i f. ar New "lorkut 11 a m 11:01 A. M., leavea t-iyrd-StreetstaHon ds ? ly esc-pt suuday. Steepei t a Wasiiii i'ton l>-a-. ta U logion fiar New york at4 *'>r* M., also h. inuit, d atafrO I M. fl:20 P. M., leavesByrd-Streetstatlonila ly, Sleeper to New York. 10:38 A. M., arrivea at Kyrd-Streeteial >o daily. HieeiBT from Mew 1 n i 8:80 P. M., am.,* at liyrd-Rireetsit dally; *i'.|?i at Pred barg. Milford, and Jun. - ?. ? ? Hleeper from **.?abloBtou 8:08 P. M., arrives at Myrd-mreet stat..-n dally except Munday. Slr. t from Wa-th Bgtoa. ASHLAND TRA INS. DAiur ax cg rr ii-ndavii 4:00 P. M., BccommodBi.on, leaves Bros ' Street siat.on : arrives ai As < - land at 6 1' M. 6:04 P. M., leaves Ell**; arrive* at A* linds' 6:44 I' M. T:60 A.M., arrives at Elba; leaves Ash? land at 6:4 1 A. Bf, 8 55 A. M., acc.m.'iiiKlation arrives si Bnstd-Street station ; leavej Ashland at 8 A. m. 5:58 P. M., arrives at Elba; leaves Ashla- ' BtBltP. M. C. A. TAYLOR Oenerai Ticks! Agent. E. T. D. Mybrm. Oenerai Sui*rmteu V n: KIUUMOND ANU DANVILL RAILROAD COMPANY. SCHEDULE IB BKKECT SUNDAY, W. ('EMBER. 6, 1888. LBAVB RICHMOND. fcOO A. M.-(Throua;ri-Pa*s**)iger Mau da. ly>?For all stallone bstw.-t Richiuoutl and OanvlUs, c' nectmg at (ir-asriAtt-rBrv' to Raleigh, Ooiataboro', and poma "bn Soleru Braiion; Ymyvim ville and all c. V. and Y. V local points, and at Qkartotts fur Columba and the Souio east; Biso for Atlanta, B?s* urlsaaa. god Mouthwesf, Pullman Weeper, RichmocK4. toOreenshoro l-anvtlieloAi** siista w.lhout ohangs. sad Danville t.) \. h orleauawith' om change B:ttP. M.?(Througn paassngar. da'.iyi MtopBBta.i slatlous. coun??l' lng st Keysvtile for all pu:ute on Rici.mimd Bad Meeki, i burg railroad (dally except Huuday); at Oreotiabon- fora., io,ni* ou Maieiu Bnt'a.-u : Bl Haliabury with W. N. C. rail? road; at Atlanta tor Jacksou ville, ria, Mew orteaus. aud Sou Ul Weet. ."uliman Buffel rtieeper Usn vt. e io al ants Urasaaaaaelt Asheville, Anani-1 lo New Orleana. 1:46 P. M.-I York River 1'asssmgsf. dally! Stops at all stations sxdeon. neeteat West Point (dally ex? cept Munday) with steamer fur Kaltlruore aud polute Nortb. 6:00 P. BL?(Bo u-Al r Ac.'oiuuodat;.' t daily except Sunday) ror Ou* Held. l:10A.M.--(YorB River frail ft t-fm ra Twenty -fourth-Street depot dally ? except Sunday^ (W W?et Potut. ARRIVE AT ti-1 MM"N '.'. f :00 A. M.-KTora Alla ut a. (J*>ldsooro. Raleigh, ai J liitermedisit pointe (daily). 8:41 A. M.-Vrom Co*.rt**:d aud Boa A (daily except Htmday). 10 IB A. M.-Vrom West loiut idaily) ?? timon*, and polute Sorta (dany except Mooday). 4:07 P. M.-Kron) ell local stations, Atlan? ta, Nev, Orleans aad s-u . west (dally ? 8: JO P. M. ? - Kreigl.t j dally sioept **u.i ts. from West point. TicBarrOrBiL-BB- 1000 Matu atrosi. aa J Bt the Riehni,,nd and Danville raiiro*U dttattCTliBlnlastrset. r w ,,??.,^ Ass'aisnt Oonerol Passeapsr Aasut. Sou taaaa, rramo Manager. K B, Thoma-*. IsBBBaal Maaaaor. ate B 00K AND JOB PKINTIN NEATLY DONE al the l'!* PA TC ll ERIN TING-HOI Sh.