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Nokioi.K. April 7, 188f?.
Tho Sapreme Conclave of Hepto
sophs reaotembled this morning ot 9
o'clock, with Supreme-Archon A. A.
Phillip*, of New York, in tho chair
and other grand oflicers present.
Reports of various committees were
nreived end acted upon.
A Bamber of P. S. Arehone' degree*
arete conferred, ofter which tbe reports
of the greed oftlcoro were considered.
Tho following were elected officers of
Ike Supreme Conclave for the ensuing
?term : hi. E. Supremo Archon, John V.
Posey, of Mar) land; M. I. Supreme
Char.cellor, George E. Hover, of Nea
Jersey; M. W. Supreme Provost, K.
G. I). Holden, of Michigan; M. ff.
Sapreme Secretary, E. M. Solomon, of
Virginia: M. W. Supreme Treasurer,
P. II. Dann, of Virginia; M. V. Su?
preme Prelate, E. K. Shaw, of Dela?
ware; R* VV. Supreme Inspector-Gene?
ral, A. E. Elbe, of Illinois; R. W.
Supremo Warden, James Tbompson, of
Noir York; R. VV. Supreme Sentinel,
II. A. Tinas, of Missouri. Hoard of
Trustees?Me--sra. llughson of Mary?
land, Bouldin of Marv land, Kisenberg
of Maryland, Walkley of Now Jersey,
and Cooper of New Vork. Hoard of
Managers of Ii. M. I?. Fund?John V.
Posey, of Marv land; E. G. D. Holden,
of Michigan ; and Augustus Bouldin,
Chicago was selected aa tho next
piece oi tbe annual meeting of the Su?
preme Conclave. The Conclave then
adjourned, and after being photographed
in a body went on an excursion to "l-l
There are forty-odd members of the
organisation present, representing Mary
laud. Missouri. New York, Nea* Jer
oey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia,
Ohio, Kentucky, Louisiana, Texas,
Illme is, Michigan, and Iowa.
At the animal meeting of the
Mosonic Beneficial Association last
night the secretary's report showed
a total membership throughout the
State of 500; died during the year, 10;
lapsed, 58. Cash balance on hand,
#303.'.Po. Tbe president, Mr. H.
Blanks, of Petersburg, steted that the
organization had contributed to tho re?
lief of widows and orphan1*, since he
bad been president, %\2k),n6.to\ and
that there is no estimating tbe good the
money had done.
The Common Council concurred with
the Select Council last night in fixing
the mayor's salary at 11,000 per an?
To-morrow night tho last rehearsal
of tho Moody and Sankcy choir will
Uko place at the Free-Mason-Street
Baptist church. There are -IOU mem?
bers of the choir.
Tbe roast fer twelve miles, as far up
ss Cspe Henry, is strewn with cocoa
nuts from thc wrecked bark May
Queen. Captain Lauder, agent for the
Board of Underwriters, left this city
last evening for tho scene of the wreck.
The bottom of tho vessel is breaking up
and being carried away, and only her
spars, rigging, chains and anchors, and
a small portion of her cargo will be
laved. Tbe captain and crew are still
at the life-saving station.
Lieutenant E. C. Cbaytor, inspector
of the life-saving service, left thc city
last overing to make bis ijuarterly in?
spection of tbe condition of the life
stations on the Virginia and Carolina
There is some trouble here among tbe
Knights of Labor about the unloading
of lumber schooners along tho docks.
ll ll ll*, til Kt. ANU VICINITY.
Death er o Worthy Wau-A l ll lr. tn
I'araltrnl lnllli.i; Se. l.t. ol.
(Correspondence of the Klchmond Dispatch.'
PETEKSHCBO, April 7, 1MSG.
Mr. L. E. Clarke, auditor of the
Richmond and Weldon division of the
Atlantic Coast-Line, died at his resi?
dence in this city at an early hour this
morning ; aged thirty-tive- years. Mr.
Clarke was a native of Oneida county,
N. Y. His family settled in Cheater
field county some years ago. Young
Clarke first received the appointment
of local agent on the Petersburg rail?
road. He was subsequently promoted
to tho position of train-dispatcher,
then to that of auditor, and
finally, on tho death of tbe
late W. P. Taylor, was elected trea
surer of the road. His steady promo?
tion was due to his merit. He made a
most capable oflicer, and enjoyed tbe
fullest confidence of tbe companies he
oorved. Un the reorganization of tho
Atlantic Coast Lino he was elected Au?
ditor of the Richmond division. He wa ,
a deacon in and treasurer 0j ??_?,
Washington-Streot ^xhtAXei Episcopal
cburclK _*o i<4tm a widow an(. thrfMJ
chiluTtn, and an insurance of about
?MOO on his lifo.
Mr. Albert Davis, a vary popular
yoong man, and for a time a resident
of Richmond, died a day or two ago *.n
Dinwiddio county of consumption, after
an illness of about two months.
Mr. W. JP, ".Broader, a well-known
and honored citizen, was stricken with
paralysis yesterday, ono 'entire side of
his body being atfected. It is stated
that his mother has been prostrated
for some months from the effects of a
A board of military otlicors, consist?
ing of Colonel Joe Lane Stern, Captain
John D. Flagland, and Lieutenant ll. T.
Madison, met io thia city laat night and
examined a number ot non-commission?
ed ottlctrs of th* white and colored
military companies hore. Their report
will be made to the Adjutant-General.
In addition to the companies of thc
Fourth Virginia regiment, who have
boen lequeatcd to participate in tbe me?
morial exercises of tho '.'tb of Juno, in*
Titationa have been sent to the Rich?
mond Light-Infantry Hines, end the
Light-Iafantry and Light - Artillery
Blues of Norfolk, to join our military
in honoring the occasion. The visiting
military will bo the guests of tbe Pe?
tersburg Grays and will receive a cor?
Ia the Circuit Court of Nottoway
county to-day in the suit of Mathew
Loo's administrator against the Norfolk
aod "A?stern Railroad Company for
? iH.l'CO damages, which had boon on
trial for several day a, tho jury rendered
a verdict ia favor of tho defendant com?
During the performance at Thayer's
Hippotheatrian this afternoon an occi?
dent occurred which sent a thrill
tbrongh tho crowd of spectators aod
for s little while caused a good deal of
j* oxdtonMnt. A young woman was
walking the tight-rope, about fifteen
feet above the ground. The rope
aneppod uodor ber waight, and aha was
throws to tho ground and otnnnod to
tq**8B84*J0B8n?88i It waa feared abo
Inti i*oo*ived soriona injuries, and moo
sorters wars hurriedly sent off aft*
?va*r*aidsBB. Shs ravivod under the re
?tSfaVtiTOS admiaistored, whoo it ws
. jpstBol sr gJUBBloation that abo waa sa
t*gf*Jy i-pninod ond ot* of her wrist
wa* broken, bt-sBStJaRRj moro.
Jt k itpotUd that ths borry-baakat
?ail crate-makers ia ona of oar fae
torlea have atrack for kif bar wages,
* hicb have been declined bj tbe pro?
prietor*, and that thora ia a proap*ct of
som* trouble in oae or more of tb*)
other factories of tba citj.
TB* rir?-A Ria Maul ar mien
[Correa pondence of the Richmond Diapateh.!
April b\ mbw*
Viaitora who knew our to<rn of laat
year would acareo recognise it wera
they placed in ita buainou centre to?
day. The continued rain baa prevented
the removal of tb* debris of tbe fire,
aod our --neets and sidewalks are yet
obstructed with bricka and burnt lum?
ber, but contracts are being made and
the burnt district will be rapidly re?
After the excitement of the fire it
was discovered that sixteen barrell of
brandy and whiskey had been rolled
out from somewhere and deposited in
the garden lot of tbe Norris es?
tate, opposite the burnt district.
On investigation it waa found
that no Government stamps ornamented
the barrel-heads, and no one came for?
ward to claim them. Later some eight
barrels suddenly disappeared, and a
crowd soon assembled around tbe re?
maining eight. They were taken pos?
session of by the deputy mar.-hal, but
before he could have them removed the
head of or.e barrel was knocked in and
a regular scene of confusion ensued.
Cans, buckets, ic, koon took ot!" the
contents of this barrel. Thc marshal
had the others locked np and set about
trying to find out where the liquor
came from and who was tbe owner.
Sunday it was stated to tho authorities
that five ham-Is of brandy were lying
in a piece of pines on Mr. J. Ambler
Brooks's farm. These were sent
for and also locked up. Later
two kegs of brandy were found
in Mr. Nelson's mea low. Mon?
day morning Deputy-Marshal Grayson
arrested Mr. Henjatnin Hall, a liquor
merchant doing business at the store
formerly occupied by J. 0. Hell, as the
suspected owner of the liquor, and
from whose premises, it is alleged, it
was removed. Mr. Hall disclaims
ownership. David Alexander and
George Hicks, two colored men, were
also arrested as concerned in the re?
moval, and sixteen witnesses were sum
monet1.?the whole to start to Rich?
mond to-night. This affair has created
considerable e.titiment in our town,
as it is believed there arc others con?
cerned in the illicit transaction.
The fire has paralyzed all business in
Our Piedmont Fair-Grounds are ad?
vertised to be sold on Saturday next,
but we hope some arrangement can be
made by which they will bc saved and
tbe fair continued. K.
.Wallera In .Vial I lien ? I'on nty.
[t'orrrepondrnccof tte lllohmond l'iapatoh]
Matthews OotJBTHOtTBB, Va., )
April G, 1886. j
We are having a spell of rainy, dis
agreeable weather, which will practi?
cally suspend all farm-work for several
days to come.
Judge Bf L. Henley, of the Eighth
judicial circuit, will open his court here
The Hoard of Supervisors havo re?
tained Maryus Jones in five civil suits
against county officers, some of which
reach hack to former incumbents. These
mes will be heard at the present term
of the court.
A rather unexpected marriage took
place in Baltimore a few days since, the
contracting parties being Colonel Lem?
uel Janies, of Westville, and Miss Co?
lumbia Williams, of Chesapeake town?
ship, of this county. Both were of le?
gal age, yet their checkered courtship
experience well ae.ords with that try?
ing ordeal of many others who have
been finally yoked in the pleasant har?
ness of matrimony. A.
VV.tli'.liil III Hamilton.
le'orri niHiiiiti-m e of the Kifh timmi DlapalCb.'
Hamiton, Va., April 7, llv-;o.
A large number of our citizens?
ladies being in the majority?gathered
in tho Presbyterian church on yester?
day at C o'clock P. M. to witness the
man in gt- of Miss Maggie L., daughter
of L. bbcetz, to W. E. Lawson, Esq.,
a popular young merchant of the town.
Rev. Mr. Anderson performed the cere?
mony, Mr. J. T. Bentley presided at
the organ, and Messrs. G. W. Hope,
Sr., and W. H. Boyenton acted as
ushers. At the conclusion of the cere?
mony ihe bridal party, together with
many invited guests, repaired to the
residence of the bride's parents, where
a reception took place. Mr. and Mrs.
Lawson lei. for Old Point to take the
steamer old Point for Capo Charles
City, where they took the train for a
tour to Philadelphia. Paid.
Aahlantl *niii ??
. I'or the Dispatch. 1
Thc county in the neighborhood of
the village is gradually being settled by
immigrants from Michigan.
Tbe public debates of the Franklin
and Washington Literary Societies of
Randolph-Macon College, which are at?
tended ?\t-ry year by many Richmond
people, come oil' on Friday nights,
April ICth and 30lh respectively.
?Narallan I'ark and Lae "Boiiutnetu.
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
1 was grieved to see by your edition
of Sunday that so many who expressed
their opinions as to what they thought
the best Bile for the equestrian statue
of Lee saw fit to disparage other set
lions of the city. More especially was
this directed toward Marshall Park,
which, by the way, seemed to be the
choice of tbe majority, lt ia said tbat
this ia " an out-of-the-way place.'* To
tboaa who have no conveyances of their
own?and they constitute the larger
number of our people?there are none
of tbe locations mentioned which are
more easy of access than this park.
lt is said by another that " the tide
of emigration is Batting towards tbe
West." To some extent this is true.
But I will venture to say that within
the last two years there has been more
ground covered by nsw houses on the
plateau which forms the crown of this
hill, east of Twenty-second street, than
cn an equal area of ground in any other
poi lion of the city, while the number
of new houses erected in Port Mayo
and Fulton is almost incredible to one
who has not kept up with the improve?
ments in tbat section. And another
thing I will ventura to say, and that is
that in proportion to the number of
houses there are fewer vacant ones than
among the same number anywhere else
in the city.
Thia wonderful improvement is due
to several causes. First, to its health
ineiia. Elevated far above tha river,
with an open field extending for milee
beyond, Utera ia no obstruction to tha
brae zea which fan the brow of the son
of toil when be comes home in tha eve?
ning weary aod tired. Thara ii quiet;
almost a Sabbath's stillness prevails
over tha greater part of it, and this tha
man who works all day delights in
whan he raaohaa kia home to rast from
hia labors. Laat, bat not least: For
tha last decade thia aad of tha eily hu
kad in tha Council rapreaantativea folly
alive to tko intertsta of their warda, aad
they kava kaaa ably aaooadad ia
their efforta to improve it bj
eba far-t-foncbing sagacity of Coloool
Cutsbaw, City Eoginoor, who, Boeing
what naturo bad alraady done for it, at
once adopted a ayatom by which the
streeta have beea greatly improved, and
ia most localiHoa property has been
th-roby largely enhanced in value.
Marshall Park, once a barren hillside,
is now covered with a beautiful green
award. Lovely drives and walks under
tho shade-tree*, aod fringed with hedges,
aad a fountain throwing up its cooling
waters, now offer to the sight-seer a pic?
ture of rare beauty. Chimborazo Park,
once occupied by a crowd which made
night hideous, is now as lovely a spot
as can bo found. A well-graded road
connects tbe two hills, and they are
visited by all strangers who come to tbe
This tide of sight-aeers will be large?
ly increased when the road to the
National cemetery is made, pa ing, as
it most likely will, by the eastern side
nf Chimborazo Park. All these com
bined serve to make Church Hill tho
finest, prettiest, and most healthy place
For residences of any within the limits
af our lovely city.
W. H. PLEA8ANT8.
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes is stated
to have a strong predilection for eiuaint
md curious objects.
44 Boston Bill," a New York tough,
bas (allen heir to a fortune of $30,000
that was left him by his mother.
Mrs. Julia A very, one of the woman's
rigbts rliBiupionsof Chicsgo, is opposed
to woman suffrage. In her opinion tho
evil overpowers the good, and there are
ilieady too many voters of tho injurious
Tho New Orleans Picayune says:
ft is probable that tho veterans of the
Washington Artillery will make an ex?
cursion to Virginia this summer and ro
risit some of the scenes of their military
Jessie A. Cole, of Colorado, is
Heralded as the coming sweet singer of
America. Advance specimens of her
handiwork create a wild and irre
.ressible longing that she may not come
luring the present generation.
Norman L. Munro, who purchased
Mary Anderson's Long Hranch house,
.as made a transformation in the
?rounds. The old house has been torn
lown and an elegant 150,000 mansion
srected in its place. To build tbe
?ater-works and construct the con?
servatories cost **-?>,000.
WiTMiNt-TON, N. C., April 5, 1886.
To the Editor of the Dispatch :
Dear Sir,?Please let mo know
which of the following lines is correct
is to the use of the possessive indee
ion. The words arc used in tho ad
rsaillSBBaat of a merchant who is pre?
senting bis ttock :
44 Men's, Boys', and Children's
"lothing " ;
44 Men, Boys, and Children's Cloth
ng'"? Yours very truly,
Grorob W. Hakhxvh KK.
[The former, beyond a doubt.)
Thia powder never varies. A marvel ;ol
pnrlty,*trength,and wholeeomenea*. More
>conomlcal tl an Hie ordinary kinds, and
?anriot be sold in competition with the mul?
titude of low teat, abort weight, alum or
phosphate powder*. Hold only In cans.
ROYAL BAKIMO-POWDER COMPANY,
100 W**U street. New York, no 80-dAwly
ri. -K'S PX I Al IXH-Ri'llI.. t s|||ONK|11:aRI'I:I'VIS
,Vltl,<s:i I l:t*T?klTIII Hllhlti. ,1,1 |? r'.<r.ii ill. . ,.k ol lit.
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All ,?.i..r... a ,i,l ?* wl.i.j.r. haar.l .ll.lli, C.. -..'.. I r
llj.e.1. I t.:, ? m-. FREE. A ii-- r-aflsa
r. KISCOX, 853 BrtaJw.y, R Y, rfOjSO I
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1 I WHITLOCK,
1319 MAIS STRKLT.
1686. SPKINO. SPRING. Sl'Kl.M'. 1888.
We heg in announce the arrival of tho
largest ond hest selected stock of
In French, English, and Scotch, everhrought
lo thlsellv, which Will lae mn.le loonier al
the lowest figure* for artistic work. Km
ploying none hat the moot relinl.lt- work?
men, xx c do not hesitate to say, "Satisfac?
tion guaranteed to all."
An examination of onr beautiful and va?
ried display of sl'ITINOB will convince you
that lt li no exaggeration when we claim to
have the largeot line in the city.
ap 1-eodet lSlt Main street.
FOR RENT, THAT NEW ANDg_|
desirable Two-story Bilck Dwell- asa
lug. Ho. 0 Clay street, between First
?lid Adamo, containing eight rooms, be?
sides kitchen, servants' rooms, aud all
modern improvements. Apply to
H. SKI.DON TAYLOR,
Heel Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
corner Eleventh and Bank street*.
Ol HEIT IMroRTATIOR-AlTLlRATED.
AB FIRE AB THK BEST.
Alto, HALF- end THKKK-cjl'AKTKB
HKT.l' HE1FFKH, aired by "Elijah Poy
ram." Bo. 848. and With calf bf "Sebas?
tion. ' No. 8801.
Will wll low lo make room for other
thorough bred*. K. F. MAROR.
fe ao-eodiy Oiariotteovilie, Va.
WB04 EBIEM. .fte.
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FINE IMPORT**D OLIVE OIL,
I'lKKKT.' sa_a.ii DKKHSIN.i
BRO USU, FKK'i'eTL Bad ORRRA.N
M UBT A BI rs.
BAHKETs of oil ?Ixe* aud WILLOW
WARE of *U kin**, at
?nh KO MK-AKTHY A HAYNSJB'fl.
00 Chan* ORRKR ARO BLAOR TRAR
o*w crop. Boo flavor; bott value lo th* alt*
for th* price; for Mle by JOHN M. Hilt
GIBB, Franklin street aa*- Old Mo-kit.
W. w. tbimbb?-. War R. Tatum.
RU ol Goddin A Trlb
T'RIBBETT k TAILOR, WHOLE.
8ALR FANCT OROCRRS. MAJBUFAO*
FBUCTB, Ra. Ula Molo ott****, lo 84-am
Bl Fl T* M?r. MALT WMIBKBT,
Far Meaiataal mmA family lae, ror
l? naMBBBtf tao. Drape**!-. Wala
vln. ?M Aa*.
The f..l'owlng la a partial llat of the Bet
t-ntlnta who bava analysed. Medical Au
t hnra \? ho ad vine the nae of pare alcoholic
atimulant, Physicians who pr-aeritie,aa_ a
diatlnaulibetl number who have used and
have Leen benefited by DUI KV s ii ku
Prof. ll. A. Mott. (Analytical Chem..) Ph.
P., F. C. H.. Mew Yor*.
Ito/. M. B Ahewt. (Analytical con,
Chem..; Buffalo, N. V.
Ii of. A. K. MKMKa. Prof. Oraanle Chem..
Ky. Slate College and Dept. Agriculture,
?A aaliHutton, D. ?'.
Prof. IlAHHitv L. Bran, late prent, of
Fatuity and Praf. Hall. i.Md.) Med. Collete.
Pi of. Wi 1.1.1 a a B. OAai'aitTF.it. .M.D., F.
KS., f, B. G., Kt ti rn I ti cr l*ni virally of Lon?
don, I'rof. t'nlveiait j e'olleae.
I'tt.f. Joaara Paaataa, m. d.. Author
"Ali'obnlli Inebriety ftoiu a Metllr.il HUml
polnl," l!iirlii.i:l..i. a. J.
lr. M. O. OifMMHn, M. D? author of
"A rt.liol; Ila I at hui! Aliin-e.
Dr. John Oahi'I??h, M. D? author of
" longevity," Loudon, Kng.
Dr. William H. Moaaa, Westfield. N. J..
" Note* on Amylitm."
1 r. .1. i'la uk Hi.av, M. l>.. Philadelphia,
Pa., " Ii"n aa a Medicine.''
Dr. C. ?->. MathoKT. Hr.. M. I), ex-coroner,
I Im tn I > tr>ii county. Ohio,
Dr. L. li. AWBSaaoB- M. D., Norfolk, Va.,
"Malaria and Quinine."
Dr. T. H. BlOBOl?. M. U. London. Ena.
Lr. D. li. t>a tva. Hanover. Pa.
Dr. John I. Cai.iiwki.l, M. H.. Ballimore.
Dr. JAMBS K. WiiiTrFiiRD, M. D., Balti?
Dr. ls,. PitAlT, JlelleTontalni*, 11.
Dr. M. I.. Hfaih.is. ---veter Valley. Ky.
Dr. OUSTOI A. wahi* I'i-kin. N. y.
Lr. W. !?<. i.'i.iMK, loin aireek. Va.
Dr. M. L Hi't'KWAi.TKa, Ori*envine, o.
Di. P. Hav M D Keldavlll*. N C.
Dr. C. D. Ball. WIliulnKton, Del.
Dr. 1. B. liA-i.-. Kt. M. li.. Helda-rllle. N. C.
Dr. John Rn luau*. Klcbmoud. va
lr. John li. Hui.. Kkowhegan. Me.
Dr. J. K. Ci.AhK. M. I).. Keid-tvllle. X. C.
Dr. K. W. Kauuow Philadelphia. Pa.
Dr. J. W. smith. M. D., Keliliivllle. N. C.
Dr. .1. I'. Ilinii. M. D? Philadelphia. Pa.
Pr. A, C. Olivkk, I)oui(laiwville, Tex.
Dr. D. H. I'AltkKK, Klvcratrlllc. W. Va.
Dr. B. M. Ha*, k.m. D., Junction (Mtv, Kan.
Dr. J, Lkbi.ev Hmitm. Fort Plain. N y.
Dr. E. H. u ai kkk, :tll north Fourth
stitt! i'lnolnnatl. ti.
lr. jAton K. Km, Allenville, Pa.
Mr. J. D Heie-ki.Ki, Kia11 of Keening Oatt,
Major Jam. N. CA?0W?UaC H. A., Car
Btv. I'. K. i't.AKK. motiiaalmig Pa.
lion. K. K. ana KB?, late Treasurer of lite
Hon. Aa_aoai 0. MeO?ACM?UT, late
Treamrer Itocht-Hter. N, Y.
iiin. ,i. B, BaoKunr, diatrict altar nay,
Hncheater. N. Y.
CnnniiRLilt-r W. O. Marteks, Boabenlar,
Mother Hii|M>rior Hiekonymo, Koch.-.ii
^N. V. i Home ol I nil tiki rv.
Mra. ll. K. Faikai.i. (1'rofesHlonal Nurse*,
lli.il .ii.i :?? Mil.
A. J. mehi-, ii i.. K.lltor ledger, Pooomoke,
Mi. II. tl. CA an a*, rierk's oillee. Diatrict
("mut Maryanne. Mannas.
Mr. J. Mm uki i. Heiiii. Wilm-ngton. Del.
Lt. Tao*aa a. Bavmoxd, late Deputy
Collector of Internal Bevenua, N. Y,
foi. ,i. absoi Knox,editor Tn ism/tutas.
Nea York. H. t.
Mr. .1 MU*. C. Mont..nu. nged 80, "An Did
Pi-feniter," Baltimore. Mil.
Mr. ma mi rt. .lt hwuloa.agad 89. "An OM
Defender, Ballimore. Mtt.
Mr. Nathahibl Wa -rr-., aged BO, ' An Oid
Defender," Baltimore, Md.
Mr. Ge.'K'.e lio**s, iiL't-tl BS, "An Did De?
fender." Baltimore, Mil.
Mr. JnilN pEinnriiki>. aged HO, Au Old
1 efcndir. "Baltl-KWa, Mil.
*?? Wt* are thc discoverer* and only man
tifacttirera In tho world of nu atwoluiely
IHE DI HY MALT WHISK l.y C..
H tl.rl.MiiRK, Mo.
PROF.CHS.UIDWIG VON SEEGER.
Profrimnr of Mrdlt'inr rt the, P.^i/nt tMeerttOM
twightoffheRegalAottrkm Order of the hon
Crow* i Anight Oomtmmmlmr of the Berna! 8p**i*\
Order of Itaoella ,? Knight of tht Royal Prussian
Order of theil ed BogU j i ?/? vnu. r<j thc l.,yion oj
Jiu nor, _f., .f*:., naji:
"-IEM- CO'S COCA BEEF TO**JIC
should not bo con founded with Hie Wile of tratby
eire alli. It U in no t- rue of tbe word a patent
remedy. 1 am thoroughly conversant with Ita
reola of preparation nn-1 know it Vi lat not only a
lat? itimatepharnw cent inti pro! not,but al bo wortiy
of the liiitli oommcntlitioni it baa rc-.tin 1 in ni!
parta of mt worl.l. It contains essence of B- ef,
Coca, Quinine, Iron and Cali?.iya. which are tlia
e- Iv, ,1 m pure genuine Spanish Imperial Crown
InviilutMe to nil willuri* fl-tri Down.Ni-rrnti.,
Dy?peptic, Bilious, Malarious or alUirt'd with
weak kidneya. Beware of lin I tnt (otu.
H22 __iBTr8 tivtivrt ccBiimu cl-:j??z.
r?f*f by ITrr r.ttynl Jli./i, nm, thr,rrlnecnt of Wain
and thom .nilli v. l*or tbe 8Un, <*t?aplexk?, I I
Uoiu.C'liapplnK.RoBE???m 81.00. "f ? Ir.i_*0aUL
I.I Killi; t tl? I., nnln, -vrm. of?nran.
?>n ri I In, la guarantftil on thc li.-at Santa purl Ha in
N. Y. Depot 38 MURRAY STREET.
[fe l?TTu,Th48a3ni?fe lO-wSm]
FOI! SALE, SIX THOUSAND BX
Cl.I.I.KNT OLD BBICKB-fBW or no
liata. Fifth ami Main ctreeta.
J. THOMPBOB HKoW.N a CO.,
ap 7-.it No. lin Mainstreet.
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTI SIT\
tutu party of cnterpiiae and ability,
\t it ii moderate capital, to aectire thu Htate
rlRht?entlnv nl'tolute control?for Hie
si A N1 IA KU ELKCTBIU CLOCK.
Aermate, reHable, perteettcta. Adopted i>y
ttit- i'euni>lvRiiia railroadayatem. Mackt-y
ISt-iineM I'alile Company, New York fable
ra:lfi ml and otbeta, An ii-i-un- 1 aucccaa
\t lurever Introtfuced. yleldinu large proiiu.
on a small outlay, (all ou or write to
HTANDAItD BLKOTB1C 0LO0K COM
PANY, 2t>m Uroattvtay, New York,
"_ftp 8 Th,Ba.vTu.U _
WANTED, A PUKCIIASEK FOR
a Kins.- and Harueaa aaltable for a
nation. Prite low forcaeh.
?Sf, J. PBBTOB,
ap P ll* il anti I ami th Kifteenth street,
Vv KP BOOM, with board In a private
family, foi a genllt'inau wno H|*.nd** three
daya wee?Iv In Kirlm ond. BeH ol refer
ent-taisiven. Aildn?? Poat-Oitlte Box U91,
"\\^ ANTED, A MIDDLE-AGED W0
v V MAN. without encutnbrance, aa
hotihe-kervant. Not lo Bleep on thu lot.
A pply at 111 son Hi Kirai street, apet-ll*
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
laity living In the country, a fOOOg
Babe lhat la to be rained on co-'a milk to
care for al her own home for any length of
time dealnd. Kor lenna addreaa Mra. M.
SMITH. Mancheater, Cbeelerrleld county,
WANTED, PURCHASERS FOR
V v one car-load No. 1 ALBBMABLB
l'll'llNB, which we will have sample bar
reta of at our atora thia morning and will
aell at a bargain, tn lota to ault, to clue,*
consignment. TADlAKKBBO A CO..
ap e-'-U_111 sooth Twelfth street.
W~ANTED, LADIES AND GEN
tlemen In city or country to take light
wotk at their bomea. tl lots a day easily
made; work aent by mall; no catr'aae
li.g. Wa have a good demand for our work,
and ftirnlih ateady employment. Atldreaw.
With lUmp, CHOWN M'F'li (JO. 294 Vlue
stn et. cincinnati. ? )hlo. mb .i-:i.it
WANTED, LADY AGENTS FOR
Vf Mra. Campbell's New "Tilter"?a
tilter, bnstle. boopaklrt. and nnderaklrt
combined. Hoopa caa be removed and
skirts laundered. Adjustable to any slue.
Very fashionable, and Bella for 12 to every
well- dreaeed lady aa soon aaahown. AgeuU
double their money. Alao. a full line of
New Furnishing Oooda for ladlee and chll
drvn. Addreaa, with atarnp, E. U. CAMP?
UP).I. A CO., 484 weet Randolph afreet.
Chicago' III._nih 21-Hu.TuAThl5t
TRAVELLING SALESMAN WANT?
ED?one who ta already engaged on
fun mihaioii lu the grocery, tobacco, hard
ware or other bualneea?to sell another line
for a reliable tit in on comm lesion. Will a ld
I&00 to 11,000 a year lo y our earuinga with?
out Increase of expenee. No sanities to
carry. Must be a pualilng man and nave a
thorough acquaintance wlia the trade t<>
Inatire safety In crediting. Ad dr aaa, stating
territory and reference*, JOBBKK. care of
MUbourne'a Advertlalug Agency, Haiti
WANTED, PURCHASERS FOR
Family, Pit ra. and Huper Flour;
Orana Seed, Irish Potatoes. Oreen Anpine.
Oerroan Millet. t*bolce Bprlng aad Winter
Oats; alao. 2 Ot**! Horaee--on consignmetit
and for aale by
nih HS eod TALIAKEKllO A 00.
L4JNT. BTMATKB. ABD FOITBBk
LOST.?Application will be made to
tbe Becond Auditor of Virginia for the
renewal of BONDS OK THE COMMON?
WEALTH OK VIHUINIA Ba liar. iaMied
lo James H. Brown nnder aet of Marah ea.
1817. for 1800, amt N?. sam taened to .larne--.
H. Urown, preeident. nader aaaaa aol, for
1700. ihe name kavlig been toat or mlaiald.
L08T, FRIDAY IIORHING,;
Marah Beth, a PU-E-WHJTE
BULL-TEBHlBk BITCH POPPY; ears
Utan latelv cropped; about ala ma-titha old.
Tkrte d-llara reward If rataraad to B. H.
W18B, Na 7 north Second atraet,
Arc?iom -4ai.ro--nu. Dat.
By E. B. Cook, Anni.meer,
at 1388 Rain street.
C0NTTNTJATI0n1)F THE LARGE
ABD EXTENSIVE BA LR! OF ELK.
OANT DIAMONDS. FINK. WATCHES.
RlCH JBWBLHY. AC, A. . At the r*.|ii?*at
of A. Horrls. Ks*i? who ladlacootliinlng the
jewelry boalneas. I will aell ot auction, at
his ?tor*. No. icu Main street, THIS
MOBN1NO kt 10 o'clock ?nd KVKNLNO
bi 4 o'clock bslance of ? toe lt. without limit
Every article will tie guaranteed os repre?
sented. E. B. Ci mik.
KyFr?nk D. Hill A Co..
Bes!* Estate Agents and Aurtloneers,
No. 0 north Eleventh str-et.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VAl
I'AHI.K BEAL ESTATE.CoNslSTlNO
OK HuI SE No. 110 EAST ("LAY srilKEr
AND L('T F Bo.NT I.NU i iN SAID CLAY
HI KT KT FIFTY-TWO FEET. WITH A
DEPTH OF BIUMTY-EIOHT FEET.
Crutchfleld ) Chancery Court
tu. J city of
ciutehnnd ?' ?<?'? r k .-I.ne.,, i.
Hy virtue of a decree in the above cause
?mered 1:4 th I* hr nary. 188(1. I alli pro?
ceed io wll at public auction.on the premi?
THUIISDAY. Ar-rm. P. 18PH,
AT B o'i-Iock P. M..
the BEAL ESTATE described In aaid suit
as follows: TWO ORRTAIR PIRCES Ol
LA>D. with the Improvement* thereon.
In the etty of Klchmond. ..ri the north sid.*
of Cloy betweeu Fourth mid Kl ft ti street*,
frontini; together *>2 feet and running Hock
Hetweeu parallel lines 88 feet. Belag BOOB*
No. 410 cast Clny stre*t. Tbe liouse eon
taias 0 rooms.
Tri: v, - : (>ue third .ssh and the residue In
two e.|ual lnstaltoenls. payable r.-spcrively
In six ri 'I t? .- Iv e mouths from day of sale,
the credit Instalments tarrying interest
from day of sole, and Uta pur.-luis,-r exe?
cuting notes. :tnd title r.-Uin.-d until the
whole purehssi- money ls pild and a con
xeyonee oi.lered nt the Court.
THOMAS B. c.X KT EH.
S; ..lal e'orn missioner.
CnOT4*a*r*raXB ano Ala., Klain-tifk-*,
aoainst e'Kii.nriEi.n ano vt.... Dr.
rkitnANTo?Li tub CiiA.tckav Court or
THO ClTV or KICHMONI).
I, Benjamin H. Kerry, clerk of said
eourl, certify that the DOM rc jin red nf Hie
?peela! rom missioner hy the deere*) in said
camm of February LT, 188H. ha* boen duly
tilven nuder my hand this girth day nf
ap 4 7AB BENJAMIN If HKRKV.
by T in limn Tupper,
Beal Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
lOlti Main street.
AUCTION salTof NICE BUILD
INO LOT ON Till: WRST BIDE OK
TI1IKIIITM STKEET HETWEKR O
AND I'!s- TI If K'lH.-l sholl sell hy uii**:inn,
on the premises, on
THURSDAY, AiRir,, 8, 1P86.
at 5 o'clock P. M., the L* ft above referred
A bargain goaiaatood.
tbb-*bbi losy, fubmantcfpkb.
op 4 _AUCtloll.'.T.
Hy J. Thompson Hrowu 4 Co.,
Heal Estate Agents and Aiictiorji-ra.
lill Malu street.
DUBLIO SALE7)7" A TWO-STORY
1 ITT ACIIKH FRAME DWELLIRO,
BSM Cl XV BTRRET,
BBTWRER T XV K NT Y-SIX TH AND
TA'K.vi V BRVRBTH BTRRR1 ,
OR THI I'KI XIISE-s.
THCKSD.XY. Ainu. M, 1888, ATS I*. M
Ihe DWELLIBO ooo taloa 4 -aoata an!
liaadetsehr-il kltehcn? 3 r.MHiis.
The lot frouts 88 feet hy a depth of BS**'
The property rents w*ll and Will OOF a*
an Investment, or will taaaoasaagnarne
Tauts: Da* tiiir.i eeah; balaaea at six
and itt el ve inoni Iis. Inter**! adde 1 mil*
cured I.v ti deed of Itust.
I. I IH Mi-*. i.N BROWRA CO.,
Bj Ueorge ff, Vlajo Auctio! ?
(.Iud. t:. LoagbtOD, Jr., SaRataaa,)
No. tn Nlnlh street.
C* E If F.RAL ASSORTMI NT () I'
I F I' K N IT D B K, Ac,
nt IOR o'clock i will Sill nt my auction
house ? ii sssort inent of ll KM Tl KT. > ,
SOFAS. Lol'NU ES, CR AI KB.
I X'lENBION and oilier TABLRB.
xi xTTKRSSES, PILLOWS;
1 Bo. 7 COOK* STOVE ami I -I X rURBS;
1 ??DIT.TZ "Ol LCOCIK.STOVE, in goad or?
1 I'Hii.l cs BB INO, in frame:
1 T IM: DOUBLB-CABE SILVER WATCH;
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES general y.
OEOKUE W. MAY').
ap 8 Aactlonter.
Ali HUN BALCO?F-atoro Doro.
By i- un. an Tupper,
Heal EBtat* Ageal aad Auctioneer,
1010 cast Main street.
A TTENTloN* IS CALLED To SALE
ia. BY amtton OF THUKi: SMALL
FBA.MKli TENEMENTS ON OAK NEAR
MU. IKE BTRERT. A I U( 'I NIBO THK RICH
MORD wool,1.KN MILLS.?I will sell by
linell..n. on the premises. Hie BOOT* I'll' '
MORTAT. Ai-uii, IS, i?-s8,
at S o'clock P. M. These houses are never
|.!1.' and i li*- same titian's hsve occupied
them for feveral years. Th'-lot has a fi nit
Of 140 f*-.t and a ile|.t!i .-f Over IBO ted.
This property win be sold at a price mm
will pay handsome >' OB tb* Investment.
IBaaa: Easy, and ni sole.
I 'URMAR 'TUPPER,
ap 7 Aaetlone*r.
kia i. i ar a ri: at i'iuvaii. som:.
you SALE, THE EXCELLENTM
JV AND WELL-LOCATED DWELL-Boo
INO No. 105 west Main alre-t, with MVeu
or eight rooms, oesides ampi*) BOrvaatO1 0C?
com modat lona
Also, FIRST-RATK DWELLINO Bo. i
xvesl Marshall sir. el about one s-i'iiu
of Flisl street, with elieht ot nine rooms.
Applv lo N. W. BOW.E,
ap4-8u.TuAThSt Heal Kit a te Aiton!.
UNHORSED BY TIIE WORLD,
ri*** asn Tm zzz ext t wu **\s*_
PPB T HO OL DD- 2 ^
PIT BB T Z O OL DU ^tSIJ.
r a tbool dd -__
r aaa r zzz oo lux dod *"****"
BBB HTITI 1*1*11 I-Kg elli' sMj?
8 Bli T fl K RL.
8K3 ll T T KB KKK "be
all T r B R B?~2.
BBB ll .T T BUSH aV.
A DOCBLE DISTILLATION OF MANI
OF THE BEST UERMAN HERBS,
making this theOnly Kellable and Kiflalent
Tonic ever placed before the public for the
cureof Dyspepsia, Indigent ;oti, !>?? of Ap?
petite. Oeneral Debility, Malarial Dlsia?*,
Colic, Cram po, Dlarrhuea, tte.
The highest character of Hie many testi?
monials awarded this preparation hasnevei
been equalled. Wa refer with pluusure te
the follow lug:
Ida 0. Abram, (?h east Chase street.
Baltimore. Md., writes: I have been sult-r
lng for years with Dyspepsia. 1 was od
vised by my physician, Dr. Xlilton N. Tay?
lor, to try ?? Dr. 1'eUold's Urinion Bitters.''
and ofter toking lt for a shori time I leal
greatly lamented. I have a splendid Bp per*
Ute and am italulng lu llesh.
?-Dr. l'ei/.o:d-? i.eriiiaii K::!cn I con?
sider one of the beat tn. dieu,.-* for Msi.ir.a
and Indigestion that 1 hove ever prescribed,
oud do not hesitate to recommend Hi*? saute.
C. L. Johnson, M. I"., Kal ri moro. Md.
Dr. Charles W. Killer, Baltimore. Md..
ssys: I * -minis** " Dr. POtaold'a Oerman Hit?
ter*.'' having given the Hitters toa patient
of luine convalescent from Malarlal-Fever.
auilolitained ihe must beneilclal results.
Hon. A. A. King, Called States* eiiator
from Vermont, says: It affords me great
pleasure lo state that "Dr. Pet/old's tier
man Hitters' is a reliable and pleasant
medicine and the beal I ever used for Biak*
.--.-mai h and Klllousne-w,
TnisUreai Medicine for asia by all Drug.
gists, (.rorer*, and dealersgenerally. Frtce,
Uki. and ll per bottle. Owi.s* a min-.k,
?Kent* fur Bleb mond. L* HIS I'ETZOLl) A
CO., proprietors, Bolt!more. Md.
Thia old Virginia Company Insure*
?gainst FIRR anet LlOUTNINUotl kinda of
real and personal property, In elly or coun?
try, at lowest curreul rote*.
E. O. BoLTtae, E. B. Anoraoir,
W. 8. D05MA1, OBOKOk W. AULBB
Thoma* Fons. D. O. Davis.
W. Ij. COWARDIB, "-resident.
W. H- MCCABTHY, Secretary
Offloe: 101B east Main atr**t,
no 20-eod Blchmond. Va.
WI LU AM H. 8UTU
EBLAND A SONS, FUR-1
BIBHIBO CNDKKTAKEB8. T84 aoet Mala
?treet, between Seventh and Eighth, hov*
a Urge -uoortraent of HilROCDH. W(MHT
aod HBTALLIO CABKETO, CASES, and
CLOTH CASKETS at low prlea*.
t'onntry *nd t?l*iraph order* prompUy
aitt-ndtd today or night. mO *17**od8m ,
'^bTb. Cbaffln A OP" Auettooeers.
Jobn T. Ocddln. Auctlon-?er.
rpRUSTEIS' AUCTKfN SALE
THAT DESI ILA III.B BBJ-'K W* ELl.tM.
Bo. 20-2 EAST MAIN s\?EKT
(NORTH SIDE) BETWWkV
8F.COND ANO TBI Kl'. I
CiiNTAININii ABOUT EIGHT Oil*.1*"-"
BOOMH, WITH ALLM'UKRN',
DBS-CHID BRICK DWELLlNii. Kol'K
HOOM.S: LOT AK IT N BY 11 1
Hy virtue "f a deed of trust da?e,| \prii
20. I88B, reeotdad in Deed-Book lao ll.
i i.i*.- .Mtv iii r.ui.i U'lng made in payment
ot debt ??'< tired, we will sell hy public aa ?
t.on, on the picmltee. on
TVBBOAT, Ai'Bii-no. IBS*,
at 4:80 o'clock P. M. the above l'"N\ i;
XIENTLY-LOCATED DWELLING, occu
pied by a tint claw* tenant a' a good rent
The dwelling la In nice order, fnrnlahed
with modern Imprc vernen te. such a-lg-ut.
Iiath. lint and cold witter, anil Inn .loea
ta very convenient amt desirable.
Takmai Cn* ii aa to aapenaaa af aal ? and to
pay a note of J.i imo, with Interest from De
eembai l, 1884, and bakmea ut siv
twelve, and eighteen mont tnt, with il par
cent,'Interest, secured hy a deed of trust.
B. B. t'H A KU X. I.r_,u,_?
II. I'.CHAiriv. A O'.,! *.UMloliep_
JoHJI T. Gol.Dis. | vin lioneepi.
ap MO ll 13,14,1,1.H-17.l8.aO._
By Prank D. Hill A Co.,
Heal Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONKKV SAM. OF
li fit:, lono ACRt*M OF LABO
ON THE NORTH *-*Il>K OF
i.liii\ i: AV KN CK.
ABOUT "NE MILK KROM TIIK CORI', i.
RATION LIM ITU AND HEAR THK
I..1MW OK DR, BBATriB,
i'l Bil II., BCHOOLCRAKT,
ABD "l'HKKS. AT
K lett A Hill. executor*!. 1
m. Ohanrrry Oonrl
Mullet tu nd i il I. i-i <, I
and I i- ll > of
Mnili'lt aexeciitors |
ii | Riclituood.
Mollett ami other**!. J
My virtue "f a decree In tbe above cause,
entered Februarys*, 1888, we will pi
lo eatl at public action ob Ibe premleee, on
i Hi iu*-i>a\, Amit, I'., l**-'-.,
at S O'eioek P. M.. tho RBAL BBT.VTE ' ?
scribed tn aa!4 ault ne IMIowa: Thateerte ti
LOT OF LAND lying ta Henr'-ro county on
Hie iiiove road neur tin* citv of Kit hmon I,
containing 19 818-1000 A' HEH, and for
ii eily belonging lo John tl. Moffatt, de
maned. Thia land Bee beautifully, lu*
In a hlfb state of cultivation, ami offers a
line opportunity foi luveatmeat, owlna '"
ti.e n.any Itnprovt inentN in that rapidly
grow lug locality.
Tnana: Ona fourth ea?h: thereeldue of
the purchaee-money on a cretin <-f ila
twelve, and eighteen moutha from day of
^Hif. tti.- purchaser to give notes tor de?
ferred pay menu, bearing Intel?it, and the
a be rel tined uni all the purchase
tn.?-. iiHh been pani and a eon vt *
ouleii il hy tin-Court.
TA/.KWKI I. ll,I.KU',
?-file ly 1'ka.m. D. Hll.i. B CO., A ic*
t lt ni era,
Morrm'a i *.*?.< tn, ns, Pt-Atsrnm, ra,
.Miiiurr ash Ai.s. lu i k.m.\m- ano
I r. I I A ll I I.i I ? gt l roi -. ll. UN*
mt- against ilorrrrr ind Ai?..Da
ii*.|'*.*-i? ls i iii: i'ii an. ki. i CoCRTOV
i ur. f irv or Ko iimonh.
i Benjamin li. Berry,eterkol said court,
? thal the bond required of the i
'?"niinlsaioiier by the dei r. a In said ..i.iseof
february aa, i>-8?, lia*, been duh given.
Olvan muter my band this 7in day of
April, lfcfit. Bl.N.iAMIN II. BERRY".
iy Hampton a Adaraana.
Rial Batata Auctioneers and
Bia UnUstree-t, Mun.-in Mer, V >.
AUCTION SALE OF A DESI RA
Am. BLE KA RM IN' OHEHTERKIKLI)
COfN'l"! ; A I HO. TH KKK liol sh-. AM'
LOTH ABD TWO VACANT I "!'- IN I'll I
cm OF MANt'lll..-li:K. VA -liv virtii.i
i-i h lei 'i from William fitzgerald and wife
dated March la, lfe-*') lo the u iderslgned
tiusteeii. amt at tim n-.u.-st ol the said
1 -a tn Kn/gt raid ai ?! a :?? ara trill - t
i un: c auction, In from "f the it
of fifteenth aud Hn.i streets, Mai?thaai ir
.MUNDAY. Aunt. V 18-fl,
AT 4 nt i ot-i. I'. M.?
1. BBVBNTY-E10UT A'Kli-t op LAND
? or lesa), fronting un the Midlothian
turnpike, about two and a iel! luitea from
Mini' rn ster.
a Thal VALUABLE BToRB, BUILD
ino atni LOT fronting on Hull atreei i;
teet 2 Inches, al the conni ot I?'.(?.*
itreet, running back 77 f*-.*t. The building
rnutaina a large store-room mnl three
dwelling rooms Bl ibie te., In tha yard.
I. TWX) Di'l I'.l.l, ri.NKMI.M' IICILO
INi.s on Klfteenlh street, In the rear ol the
above store, om* rrontlna es feel ml tba
other43 Heel, having a depth ..i ito feat.
l.:n ii I nlldlng contains nix rooina
4. h i: v i. S ri H i. v k n i* BET twi i
IN' His nt' VACANT l.ANH fronting on
Hall atreet. adjoining tbe Hore, IO feel of
which luis a depth of 77 feet and i i
inu milei lias it iii*|iI h of '?'> I. ct.
Triivs: ona third caiib and tha balance
in six and twelve month*, deferred pay
Dents secured hy deed of trust, and bear.
lng Intt'it'? Iroin ila\ ol sate.
EDO Ml ALLAN,
ABTHI ll L. ADAMSON,
BAMPHOMd ADAMSON, Auctioneers,
KRIDAT, Aii'.ti.'.i. isaa
at sitinc hour, on tn- mut of rain. r*. 7
My Hutton B io..
Beal fc'statt) Agentaand Anctlooeeta,
ll'- Alain s'leet,
P0MMISSI0M-B81 SALE Ol A
VJ TBACTOI LABO NEAR VA RI NA. IN
rill. COUNTY OK HEN RICO. AT AUC?
TION.?By virtue of ad.-cue pronounced by
the Circuit Court of lleurico county on the
B8d day of June, 1885, In the suits tn equity
therein pending, by the style of fohnsoni
executor rs. Johnson and oft.,and Milton
i Ri ildmi P. AlKt n ttuil als., tlie under
**.?i ' -t. special commlaelonen app ilnti t b:
. "it e, ?iii offer for sale al publleBae
tum. at the front door of Uu conrt-hoeaa ot
lleurico county. OB
MOBDAY, Affair. IB, l
at ll M., that balaa Hie Brat day of the
April term of the County Court of saul
county, ti c following property ?to arti,thal
certain TRACT OE LANI) containing Ulri
acres amt D polea mon' ur leas, situated
at out twelve niiles below me city of Kloh*
mond,and partly fronting on lames riv.-i
and Kour-Mlle creek andoonnded hythe
lamia of Maana. Amnion, Bharn .lames
and others, uni being tlie same laud for
nu riy conveyed liv Ti f nico to Albert M.
Aiken, tlec'-ased. Thia tami ia sa 1 to be ol
very fair qnaUty, uml from ilscoutlgtuty to
the river, and the further fact thal lt has
large nora marshes u|>oii it. :t ttordiiu great
fat-liltleH (or ahoollug, liahiug, A'-., renders
lt deatrahia \itni*-ity. A piut of the land
will lie exhibited on the tins of aale an 1 ii
the mean time can i<e seen at Uta olBea ol
Tkhms: tmethltil caah : reaidoe liietjua!
liikiaiiueiils al lil and twelve mouths, legal
Interest milled. Hie purchaser toeiecute lita
uegot lahle notcM for Hie tteferred payments,
amt title reiainc't until the whole of Ihe
iuiii it-e-money is |>e d aud a c niveyauce
ordered by Hie t'mirt.
THOMAS N. CARI KK,
Bana> B C".. Auctioneers.
In -mr Cl?DOR Oocai off imk OOtJUTT ob
HlMtliO-JollNso.N s KxaCVTOK, I'l IIS*
nu, vs Joh non and in uaaa Dari an*
an i-t; and Thom?a J. _ kl ros. plaih
Tin, ii. Bannon i-. aiken khoaia ? I'*
I?NB?Wtl In CBAKcaaV,
I hereby certify that the l*oud required Of
Special Comtiilsalonera K. Y. Cannon and
Thomas N. Carter by deere.' catered In the
above causes on the Md 'lay of Juuu, issy
has been duly given.
tilven under my hand this 9th day of
July. 1888. i.KOK'.K W. CAUTER
mb 34,?'8,81,Ap-t.H,7,8,9 1 ",. 11 CUWU.
Kv Kiank 1>. BID J '?'.
Real Eatate Agent* and Auctloueera.
i!ALE UF VALUABLS CHUBOB
3 HILL PBOPEBT*] \1 THK foRNER
OK T W K N T Y Kl K I ll ANO CLAY
bTHKETB AT AI'CTION.-ou
MONDAY, Ai'Kll. IU, 1988,
at 4*-, o'clock P. M.. aa the premises, we will
sell that vety ileairal'io 1'Itnl'KRrY at the
northwest corner u/t'lay amt Tw-nty-nfih
sireete. now occupied by Mr. Wllllain A.
Oresliam. The lot frouta on Twenty-flfUt
street 84 feet, with a depth of IM to an
alley in common. Tbe improvemetiUcon.
slat of a HKICE -T' 'UK and larue 11RICK
I'WKLLINO cnniainliu-'aiKiiit eight roome.
City water and culvert connections on the
?fa-Bam Tue vacant L<>r cto hy i?o
teen on the north of the house will tw> sold
separately. This ls a truly valuable piece of
property aud good husiu-_siaud.
Tekms: One fourth cash: balance In six.
twelve, andetgliteen montlia. wita tnlereat
added, secured by a J?}** *"**?. _
KIIANK 1". HILL A CO.,
ap 4 Au. t:. uicers.
BIBIBEKN OPIHIKTlWiri-a. ^
BUSINESS CH ANCE.-A MAN IN
any live town can do a profltable bual
neea In our gootls alone, or in connection
with furniture or any clasa of houae-fur.
nlahlag gooda or grooerlea: amati caplut
and large profit-. Tor parttoulers addreea
??MANUKALTOBlNO.n 81 Bummerelreai,
, Maaa. -uh 9-eodim
Hy e-nariea A M ' urdy.
Beal Estate An-t.oa*****.
CALE OF VERY VALUABLE
HEART OF THE CITY,
BBICK STORKS IS, D*. AND go NORTH
BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANKLIN
OCCUPIED BY A. SIMON. THK NEW
VORK LA! NHRY. AND THK MU?
TUAL RESERVE LICE VS
soCIATlUN Of NEW
I'ltOl'ER'lV' .MMEIM vrKLY D TUE
BLAB\BOR*rUW ON Kl.Uni
NOW OCCUPIED KY\??* THOM XS p.
IT KN Fl
IF. INC Tl!
THE WAR DKFAKl
<??? i uk
Ky request of ti *- o* BOT Wt will
sale, at public auction, on tli>- ,
tin- oiderahove. oa
li BjSDAT, Mun. 11. 18-.S
Hes nilli nu- nt 18 o'Mock. IB* VERA VA
i ABLE hr. .fusty above ra
The STORES on Blntfa ?Heel are tnre
rle?, with cellars and eoal-vaalle und
the pavemenl and holli lu th* baal BMO>
oar.and have dwellings over each ?i h so*
tiauce* from Ninth street, rhe eottr* bto
i.'itv fronts together SI (eotoa Uti
11 ne of NI nt Ii st re,-1. ami runs back ll ?
to an ailey 1* feet wide.
wewiiioirer tn-- PBOPEBTT Irootlog m .
r?-,-1 DO tb* east Hue Of Eighth street omi
running Itaek ll* feet tOBOBlley. I
rioteineiitH consist of TWO LA lt* * K STA
ILB8 AND . VRRlAOE-HOOSl nov, in
th.- DO u paney ol Mr. Tin naas 1'. I'm ncr.
lt is hanliv tit to make re more extended
notice.>f thu PROPERTY as nil kn
advantiiu'ts hs an hiv .-st mein ; Iodation fa
tar*, condition, Ac recommend ll ami:'
ls ian iy that su.-h property ls putoa thi
market. The entire property ".iii > .- t .
food pereentog* on the amount *t which ll
can lie nought.
Taaas: xviii be terjr liberal aad an?
nounced at tin tim*' of sale.
T be ancUon**!* will lie pii ?
tin b lo ftirniaii 11.
rt-mo's. ,ii-. ol tb* prop* rtj ind will
the atm* to partita desiring to Inspect.
I'loisof tin- propert) ran e seen at ofll.f
anet!oncer--. I*CARLES* Me-CCRUV
apt And ni.i
litllHIl ll) iivis
"Sr* *?._j-f? _
tllLESAPEAKE AND OUIO Ii A1L
/ WAV- H.UKI'll:4, .1 IMA
8:5 ft A.M. Through ami Local Mm: ev
cop' -li -l.t.
8:4ft A, M. For Nett (tori s News I' d Point
Comfort, and Xorl ..k _
9:1 ?*? p. m. Kor N*wporl s Som* " i
Point, and Norfolk. Except
|-oo F. M. Gonlonsx-ill* Mcotn nod
envii' Sun 1 *y.
8:15 I'. M. For Loul*! ill* aid Cincinnati
Fast Exprews, willi through
I'liiiinnn car*. Dui iv,
8:40 A. .Xl. Kuun Goidonax il..*.
11:55 A.M. From Norfolk. Old Point, and
Nf.tports News, except Sun*
8.10 F. M. From local points and the
West, except Bund i T,
S:10 F. M. From *>.d Point. Newport's
New*, him! Norfolk dally ex?
8:55 F. M. From Louisvlll* act Cinda
natl. 1 Ml expii siida'ly.
Depot: Sev.-n'eenth am! Hr.aid street*.
Tickets Ol 1000 Matu street mid d.'isit.
II. W. FULLER.
General passenger Agent.
williams C. Wickham, Soeoud Vice*
I fl ? 1' Ut. fe il
DEPARTI he nv "4 rut nu kn.
NLY ONE DO LL AK ?_ 7*J
NORFOLK, PORTSMOUTH, AND NKW
ANl'oNI.Y D1BKCTROUTE WITHOl i"
TRANSI RR OR CH INOE OF ANY KIND.
Second-class tickets still lo* cr.
VIKI.IMA STEAMBOAT c.xn.vNY H
.1 VMES-KIX KR I -
I'oK NORFOLK, l*ORT*4Mot*TH. NI \
FORTH Ni B'S, CL VU I.Xl--NI' ANO
JAMFX-RIV I R 1j.\ni>in.:s DIRECT;
CONNKCTS AT NORFOLK CLOSELf
XV ll II ALL LINES lo I- VSTKRN
BHOBK (IF VIBOINIA, OLD FOIN r.
BALTIMORE, ANO I Hi-. NORTH
vi I KRNiMlN :
ATNIU'l'ORl * NEWS WITH STEAMER
ACCOMAC FOR sMI Titi lELI):
AT CLAREMONT WITH ATLANTIC AND
DANVILLE KAU ROADFoR
WAVEHLX, HICKSFORD, ARD ALL
ONLY ALL-WATER BOUTR,
JAMES R1VF.R HY DA VI. Hill 1*.
ORE XT' TOURIST ROO li:.
JAMESTOWN, l'l KT! OAF, AND WAR
RATES Ml(il LESS THAN ll VLF
CHARGED BY ANY i 'THI-.K R? >l I>.,
FA RE To NORFOLK, ll-RO LI xii I.
WAY'LANDIRG FARES from 880, to |1.
Becond-cloai rickets still lower.
FARE To WAVERLY, 11.80.
FARE TO HICK.-*! ORD, I'.gS.
FIRST-CLASS MEALS ON EUR'PKAN
Tue elegant rebuilt and fast steamer
A RIK l?
(carrying United states Mall.)
ri, ti. 1'. I'EV'., Commander,
leave* Ri.-liuioinl every
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY. A?U FRILAY
a' 7 A. M. 'STREE rc XI'S CONNECT IN
Tl LL TIME) for above named place*, ar?
riving ot Norfolk at ?*> I*. M. Returning, lb*
st.-inner leax ea Norfolk, Portsmouth, (il
New pint s Netts oo Hit ernnte days, arr., lng
al H.dimond about 4 1'. M.
Through t icke's on sale on steamer aud al
Cai ber e Agency, DOO Malu stree.. Hag
gage che. ked through.
.-/TATE-ROOMS ENGAGED FOR DAY
Freight received dally for Norfolk, Ports?
mouth,Stn.thrleld. Hampton. Waverly,and
Hu-ksford, Va.; Washington. D. C.; New
bern. Washington, sud Tarhoro , N. C.; ali
stations on Atlanilc and Danville railroad.
Seaboard and Roanoke railroad, Non., k
southern railroad, and Eastern North Caro?
lina generally: also, for Kaslern Sh.in-of
Virginia, and all regular landings on nie
Jame- and Ka- -xi nan noe St rivers, o'. LOW
EsT R.v I Es. and through bills Issued.
L. H. TATUM, Superintendent.
1*88 No. 1100 Mainstreet and Rot ketts.
MOND AND NORFOLK
ra: Btotj IURB
and every SUNDAY
at ft A. M.
Freight for Tuesdays' and Fridays' steam?
ers received t.ll 11:10 A. M.: for Sundays'
steamer till 5 P. M. Saturday. Freight re?
ceived doiiy till 5 F. M.
For further information apply to
J. W. MtCARRICK.
General Passenger Agent, (Hflce Rocket!*.
W. P. CLYDE A CO..
Ja 80 (ieneral Agent*.
Appointed sailing days: Kvery TCRsday
nd FRID.V"! ol li M.,I
LD DOMINION STEAM
FOR NKW YORK.
Steamers leave Richmond EVERY TUES?
DAY. FBiDAY. and SUNDAY.
-learner* leave New York for Richmond
EV KRV TI ls 11 v Y. THU RSDAY, and SAT?
URDAY at 3 1'. M.
Passenger accommodation* unsurpassed.
Cabin fate to 1New York (Including meals
and berth). HO; round-trip ticket*. 118:
steeiage, with subsistence, 17; without
Freight* forwarded and through bill* of
lading Isaued for points beyond Nt*w York.
Freight received dally until 0 F. M.
Manliest closed ou sulUng-doyaOi.w hoar
Passenger* leaving Richmond by th*
Chesapeake ond ohio railway al 1.18 F. M.
(eta Newport's New*) and Hie Blchmon.l
and Petersburg railroad ot 8:01 P. M- ou
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS. WEDNESDAYS,
THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS, will
moke contle* tiona ot NORFOLK With th*
steamers leaving those days.
SAILINGS THIS WEEK.
ROANOKE. Captain Couch, SUNDAY,
April 4th. at 0 o'clock A. M.
OLD DOMINION. Captain Smith, TUES?
DAY. April si n. at * o'clock I'. M.
WYABOKE, Captain Him.phbbb, FRI
DAY, April 8th, st 8 o'clock P. M.
GEORGE W. ALLEN O Co., Agon ta.
No. nul Main street and
ap ? Company's wharf. Rocket**.
^ rBOFIRnlORAIj. ^^^
WILLIAM E. CAMERON,
ATTORBBT AT LAS**.
Orrie-o: BURGER BUILDINGS.
Lear* le tl* rs ar roi logia with B. Rv
Ward. Caq. Bah U-ata
NORFOLK AND WKSIKRN RAIL.
SCHEDULE IN BKKKCT MABCH
10:48 A. M. Delly, iHO Hie.mood and iv
tersburg railroad. Arr ve p*-,
teraburg II M A. M.; leave Pa.
teraburv Uti Y. M. dally ar!
rive at N'lif'Mfc %:iO p. -rf '
8:13 A.M. Dally, extent Munday, ? .-.'K'-*n.
mond ami tVfeishurg raiuoa-i
Arrive -u Petersburg a ? \ ?
NO. 8 leaves Pclcn-,1,1,1,-; H <-, n*
M. for raruivii'H. ;
Koanolte. Krlstol k
and all ptiiutaMotiiii a,,,) .*,
8:48 P. M. l-liy. cm Bleb mond * |
tcraluirg railroad. An
i. isburg Ctn I'. M. I.*,
t'iv-ur.'i l ' f M lalli ,
lng Norfolk a. 10 I'. M.
8:00 A. M. Delly, etcept -ii' V?v , ,
?mad sud Allana ?<i
Arrtv.-Mt I.-, n eli bu r? tl
connecting witn tram -?
leaving loraebborg el
M. tlaoy for all I
8:00 I*. M. Daily, except Sunday,
mond and Alli g tv --
Arrive at lynchburg t . t .,
(sleeper Rlohiiioiid Ul
burgi, eoni l
lea* mg Lynchburg al | t ,
PULLMAN BLBBPIBO-CAB Ad My i
No. 1?Richmond lo Lynd burg t-e
mond and Allegheny railroad ? ,
to New Orleans. Chattanooga lo la
ville, Chat ta in aura to Mr
No. S?Roanoke lo Atlanta, a
Tickets, baggage checks ami i ? ,.
Con can be ohia.ned at li
temtitirg rallniad dep?'t. IO i Main
Richmond and Allegheny railroad
and 1304 Mai ti a: reel. W. B. BK
Oeneral I'asseuger and riche! Age '
JiSKI'll ll. MAN
ClURI.Va (I. BBDYi VU* I'l. s: den'
I., .ral ol' re Boanoke, Va.
AND POTOMAC RAILROAD, He tied
nie coniineiiciug NOV EMBER 18, 181
eaateni stamlartl time:
8:00 A. M., leavcti Itvrd-street s'.alliiri
dall) ; Moos i , v*. ?
Junction Milford and I
? ira, Mleeper to xv.
ltigton. Ie?ws Was:.
Ht I Xmk a' ll
leavea Byrd -?:?? - - i
Leaves WaanltiKl. i, ',,
Yoik s' i n I'. M , a.-i-i nf
limited ?i 1:8* P. M.
M., leaves Kyrd-Htreel station
**? eeper t-i N.-.t -
M.. arrlvi - | . ? . j
'. pei FTom Se i
ami* P. M., arrives at 1 > ni attest slat
burg. Milford, and lan
9:08 1". M., afl'veeal I'yrd-Mti .--.-, -,
OOaf- S ?eei-el ttOBl Oft*
ABBI Xl 1' rRAINH.
neut y \. k
4:00 P. Mm ?<'f"'" i ' I
Broad-MtBa<*.' statio i:
nt ai ia m.
8:04 p, M., leavea I m at Ash.
land gi 8:44 P M.
T:M A. M . arrives al Bib I
laud at 1 lt A. M,
8.155 A. M., ii .t
Ashland at 8 A
8 *i9 P. M.. arru ta if I nu : lea - ll -
land ai 8:18 Y H.
i i. TAI i i a ? ?
KT.H.I , - erinta
UIC11MUNU AND AII.K'.HA
* ?* BAII.Ri
IN fi KKI.T NnVI
two i\ . i . a
i' \ 11 t
I Kl tv IK1_
KKHMOND AND I.YNfIHU'llO.
. Vee cu
?No. 1. INO. I ? s
li ' I M 8:81 I* M SOO 1* M
Marital-Ce ll 17 A M
b'g 1 . ' 1' M
T m I' M in '.4 I* vt
I* I" I' M ll 41 >' lt
i in a M
. B 88 P M l:M A M
? ' .11
f ' IP. M. MAH. dall) "'\--i'i -lindsy),
t M. Ai CoMMOD . , (ssa
7:40 A. M. Nit. il I KM'KKH- Ju iy (aga
c. pt Monda) .
Al Rlchuoad i 1 ra'iwaya
and Richmond, Kn ir sburg and I
mac railroad; at Lynchburg with v r i
m is nd railway and Norfolk and Wes
* i: at Clifton Korge with I
and Ohio rail waj tal Lexington mtb Balli*
mot* ami ohio railroad.
Vl-g - / , i M
Trams marked ? dally (egoepl -<'iiiday).
Tickets si. t to all poi ma oiticee: uoo
east Mam street lOOfl Ma ti and al K:
mond and Allegheny A and
Canals" I. lt. M t-'MOM
Oem randi - teeni.
jpiEDMUNT Alli LINK.
RICHMOND ABU DABVlttLB BY8TBM.
in i.ni.cr m \uf ii i taaa
.No. K i li mond No
?a is p. m.
lil *4 t)7 P. Vu.
5t *7:00 A.l
Bon-A tr Accommodation leaves Rici I"
mond ti 1'. M.t ; arii*.. a Klchmond 8:41
Dal roachi i are i un bel ween Bleb
and AI ante tnt bool i henge, m t
' lon '?* ll h trams lol ail |>uiiilsHoi. Hi
west and XX' st.
-I KEPI NO-CAB BBBYICB. :,
On Trains :,i and 91 ? seping-cara a
between Richmond aod Oreeusboro'. I'ti ..
cu.k ara ?>; en at V P. M. for passengers. ' '
Al Danville wltb Pullmaa ataaplng-e?-*'"*
lor Nan Orleans and i" ale Mouth.
Train Na Igconnectsai oivenaboca
Kaie un Ooldsbo ? .end *i wlCtty; ,
ry f.r Xsh '. ? nts I
Wisieiu Nori li Cai ua: s - wu '?
te, I'oiiiioi* ? ' <
for Columbia Augusta, a ... n. -t.-r. .
Charleston, and Florida i i ? with Caro.
Train 81 hus Pullman Bullet sit ep
from Danville to Aiken and Augusta,
making chaw connection for Cliarleeiuu,
Havannah, mid .lai-kaouvllle.
TUA IN-a ON YoRKKlVKK LINK.
Leave llichmond Arrive Klchmond
*2Ai P. M.. "lOlS A. M .
it7:lo A. M., Freight, tO-OP. M., Pn
connecting* at West Point with boat, ar
nv ng al Kal ti mon* 8 A. M.
Kain Rici uiore only I1.6U.
?Daily, t Daily sst* 11 Munday.
Dei?tt aad ticket ".hce foot virginia
street; up-iowu office, corner lentil aud
Malu atraata. C. W. CI1KABH,
Assistant Oeneral Daasengur Ageut.
Bol, Haas, rte file Manager.
B, B. Thomas, Oeneral Manager, mb 2
A TL AM IC COAST LIN-.
RICHMOND AND PETEKHBCRfJ BAl_a
ll'IAD TIMK I Al Ll.. JO!
C'.mmenc ng MATU RD AY. Maren 87,
18b?, trains ou Una road vt III run aafoilowst
TBAIN8 soi in ward.
S4. tH.ISA.M ?:?') A. M.'. Acoom'odat'U.
41. |?10:48 \ M. ll .is A. M. I'hri.tigh lrau<
40. *B:4I P. M I 81 P. M Kaat Ball.
38. 'SiiiiKM. 8:15 P. M \noiu oda! 'n.
4-1 *a:88P. M lu.m P. M. rh rough train.
TRAlNa NORI ilWAItD.
48. M^HA.M. 8:48 A. M.iKaal Mall.
3S. 17 D' A. M. 1:08 A. M *.'?' om 'slat'U.
48, *10:00 AM 110:48 A. M li.rough train.
88. -li IM'. M I 1 80 P. M i t.-'tiiu utlal'u,
47 ?.*. 08 P. M.I Slim P. M |l't.rough train.
?Daily. tDall) (e-tcepl --i.nday).
Nea. 40, ti, and ll make no stope. No.
48 stopaonly on signal al Oi eater aud Man
cheater. Nos. 47 and 4s alni) only on eigria.
at Cheater, Centra.ia amt viaitcaealer. Noe.
88,84, 85, aad 84 atop at a.i Stations (or pas?
On trains No. 40 aud 45 sleeping-cars be*
tween Xl aaniiigiou aud t'harleeton. os
trains No IO, 41, 48, and 48 sleepiugnara
between XX aahington and Jacksonville. Kia.
On trains Noe. 47 and 48 alee ping-ca nt be*
tween New York and Jacksonville. Kia..
and between New York aud Charleston.
and A,ken. t-i. C.
THE ONLY ALL-RAIL KuLTK TO NolU
Ktchm'd.. -10:48 A. M. I Norfolk... .1 itOP.M.
Kltumd ? -48P. M. I Norfoik . 8:10P.M.
.Norfoik...* 8:40 A. M. Rlehm'd 10:43 A.M.
Norfolk -? 8:86 A. M. I Kio tim d- 1:80 P. M.
Noe. 34 and 33 make cloee connection Ur
and from Karm ville. Lynchburg, and south
weatern points, and way-stations ou tba
Norfolk and Western railroad. No, 35 run
tiing dall/ aud No. 84 dally (except gua
day-). J. R. KENLY,
Hnperluteudent of Tranaportatlon.
T M. hMSksoN. t,ene ra! Pa-mulgar Agent.
Bij^ Haas Traffic Manager. -**.
R" IC11M0ND, FRKUKRIl'KSBUaiil
and Potomac u.x.i.uoad.
TH ROKO H ALUKA IL KAHT-PRKIOHt
UNETt) AND HUiM KAl.lTMORJt,
PHILADELPHIA. NEW Y?)KE,
AND EAHTKBN ANO
ONLY TBTELVK RoCKH BBYWBBB>
BIC-JBOND AND BALTIMOBB IB
Oorreepondingiy *iutoB ilma lo otaea
otata T-rotigb bli- of lading Baaaa at
rn rates. C. A. TAY LOB.
Oeuetal Paessiiger Agent.
Um ra tea
00K ANO JOB PRINTING