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CHA OF MANCHESTER.
?,, v.** Ol' *?? '?*?' -il-l-tM'!) FOR
thc. nc-CATiii it i<: a ii i: its.
(??e.ti"? Htil*ed as to V. Im Shall
|.?, tor I'u.Ina I'art of Hull Street.
,,,,.,?rlal Scrilres To-llii)- rer
innnlt g?d Hrlt I*.
? r ff paving Hull street con
. . > - r ..li the
|.,-iMicd Om f.rllnar.xc author
11 - ? . i ? |
a tt tt ounltnnall** p .
MUM i- Mar.y of the
tj | . i* Hy nu lcmtand
| I'M matti r. which ls. with
A quea
> la, Who will lie
,, ti.- eoataactsri ?ho da
nt log lha pa-ring
, ? ,;. Mraat wat*** the
.*. | |hal 1"' l'-"-:ic bf the
a I k thi C"-I!^ f!l0""1
.; mu ii a I-..vi* ..ti In lb.* or.ll
i ung, Um titi/.. ' * ahrh to
in-.n-y for paving th- entire
ana ant ot th,- city Ti Maury.
? will aa ii'-uM ne taetetntMS
a? of the
? nd U i oontractor
. han an
g ?s to tl..M lt!".- lie takes the
(MAL BDRVICa TO-DAT.
. srhtfih gi re to
? ? i tr.,i ehureh two
a
? naathar, aili tuite
i to-d Tha rabjeel
ii v.f Know
.. [_ i. i ? The oorttt ? baa
^ int ol the
1 . Dnounaen ot, et tua ol
mi mbeti of thi i bur li, and
? l.
B i iciy will bold aa Inter
? moon al < lopton
I is th- pro?
by ] Pl arl
ls Clayton, Helen R
mi | h. Caoway.
i ith, Mabel, ami Lilian
Mr. B. i: CrM Ila win talk.
t.f Iii ? Jui
L'nlted Amer!
Ste kton
bj Mr. B. K
t Mel t i burch, Rer.
ker arin cob
pp farewell a* r
, will Uki
... .nesday
A St liAK-STi'.V.- I'lYKN.
'
Pori et, ?"****.
?
Robt rt
ibel Pu?
ll Perrow, Katie F I
; ?, - ? ?'. Mln
Webster,
I rn ? i:. 'i ht gt nth mt n
mai I'u
trick, T.
\'lll.
the meei
Ip th .-' ; Hull
?
and night u h her
fur. ?
N.poll ' ie for
? ? :
\\ ? ? di .Uh of Mr.
. I.i j f il will B ?
he i:. .
i far i
I
PE ?-'? D BRIEF!,
Mr. *?'?'. at Wi I rv*, n
tor i! ? jptif t
t* i x. ? till c fined to bli roon.
\xi1p ci' Mr.
in, la vary iii al her bama,
teed ni ur Bwanabott*',
enterti i nenl wai | \ - n at
.i i i.x. n ':-. on Bi abridge
nlng Thi ?
?
x ? who has 1
? n- ?! hone,
rf Powhatan
C wa*i In the city )
itnmlsslonsr
for Cl . county, ares
? ?
. I - anti . .-,. i vm- tlc cinb
' mored bate bi xv and comfortable i
Iwet n Twelfth |
rteeath The li'it- li ****aiperin*H.
t
_,
ITBMI i mm HMt'io\ in:ir;iiTS.
?tc,* Nona of Um W-fla <; leaned
Itir lli-im td, Iti-iitlcia.
itorel . ?? ia Broahl ind I'ark ls
omplet'on.
'. i:ip? has |nna to Atlanta,
. : dearg a Week or ten
nt
? allen, whew* mnuil his ?
i ... ibis paper, ls vi rv much l
l -bool *vl,l I I nt the
. I. [nt i lay ivci al
I
re will , . -icopal
? Ri t. W,
i upy the pulpit.
H. D iggan, ol Larton
O'Brien, af
?? I .i. Ri I erer*a
~ ?? Ini : ?>? il l n o'rlt-ask.
? | .'.ir ind Mrs D
nd <?:.ipj tiuin for
r i; tugan i. ghans |
? Thursday, was
Jo ..?? i.
Height* Mr. Kick whs n
yt ot ths Beantree Triiah*
Hi . li : u wifo
?
lier ta n turned i.v the
in i v...'. \ ,.T yfar
-? Mr. Hatcher li i young
I lilli ut
! ?? tal lt ti- Ihe
? ! ?
? lt. died
? i ber aon-'n-l w. Mr
I rh, aa
' apoplexy. Um Ung
? ' ? bter at the timi
Bet W. W, Brander con?
ni d the
Bataam I Centetery FI r
H. i: rtfft. atm
I Mn Adtlii N.-wci.mb.
ittt nd O-.t
an with their iliter, Mrs.
HICHI \MI KlltlN-.a m:ws.
-mnennl nnd Othes Unsee i.Limed
t?l Ihla I-,,[nillir suttortt.
i ht* family
?? i ' ma !i 11 :iie regret of
li Wackett? n..t tviih a very
n. uiy -.ever
right I and and
-? ll frightfully,
I to her
after a pieaaant visit
ht re,
I i si B la aa hr the treat
' I-, shu..H. ot Richmond, for
'
? bl Inuirovlnt: In hcilrh
:.y vl-.it her son* in l'lnla
'
I I'udley U suffering with
n ;? very prominent man
church i Irdsn l? arrana! ng to
' ?h? North. The family will be
*
Ilea a member cf the
nTerence In session In your
??"' *seh, pr t ached t0 a flue con
' ;>n last Sunday evening.
??<??'' All BoetetT met Tuesday
an-ant^n at Mr*. Harker*! residence.
They arranged to give an entertali ment
at the Baptist church, December ld.
At the Odd-Fellows hall a concert waa
given aa a benefit to this lodr-e. Tie pro
Kutnmc waa excellently carried out and
theie was nn apj.ri lallve auillenee.
A very WlfJiaOSflll meeting was held
in thc Public Ltbrnrv for the purrose of
organlxing a political club, which will
be known us the Twentieth Century
Club, it ls Democratic In niinclnls
The Woman'* Christian ?Tamoernaos
t'nlon and Loyal l.ry\ >n held meetings
thi*t wek that were most encouraging
to the cause.
The Llteniry and Musical Association
held Its regular meeting Wodnseday eve?
ning. The pronamme. of a high order,
wn? Veil carried out ami recsJSed.
It is .-.aid, upon excellent BUth .rlty, that
r.-xt fl Rlcflnood and Lynchborg, we
hnve the finest musical talent in the
i*tate.
ROS. Mr. Wy; le. of Werrell county, haa
accepted the call to the Hlghlsnd Sr.rlngs
I.ap'lst church. He ls a ni in of fine
prmanci mid wall fitted for the Held he
lins chosen.
Dr. Collina entertained hl? brother-in
law. R<v. Mr. Pt-adles. for several days.
Veritably, huntsmen are pen firing for
Thanksglving-Dny. The generous old
Chlckahomlr.y swamp affords manv a
target In the shape of deer, duck, mikey,
aad rabbits. And the dear old farm*
yard red barnda i.e^in to wear nn appre?
hensive lock, while their gobble ls lees
Joyous.
THE COTIl.I.OVft 1-ltisT DASCB.
Many Vlrsrlnln IV.,pl.- Invited, and
Mr. Arthnr Wily In Lem".
Th.- New 1'oik romtn.-rcial Adv-r*iH*r,
referring fl the enlertalninents to be
Bison at Bbeui'a (ala winter by the
Wednesday Coi,lion, aajrs they v, I 1 ba
among tbs mott brilliant and tnjoyable
of the season, an., adda:
Th" fl.ines for thu winter have been
nrrangrd for the following datea: I1 -
camber 4th. January Ith, January . i.
and Petwoery Rh. Bach Bf
f..il anon Werlneadaya Ths patrol i
of the Wednesday Oottllna ara the fol?
lowing prominent aid well kn wa WO*
men: Mr? Algernon Bydoey Sullivan. Mrs.
William U Tr, fihilrii, Mr-. Loyal] I-'arrri
got, Mrs. GsoTga Howard Marvin, Iii i
oliver Lhdngston Jone*, Mis Samuel
Spencer, and Mrs. William H. Hoi*.
The Boord of devora ff for Um season
of ISR-'td |. composed if the following
men: Mr. Qsorga ll Sullivan. Mr. Percy
a PlckreU, Mrs. .jam.'. U Johnsoa, Mr.
Benry C Adamo, ."md Mr. Heth Lort fi.
Mrs tftigh S Th mpaon, wife of cx
OoYi rnor Hugh i Ta impaon, b!
.. i prevented Ly the deoth of a
n-i itlv* from b dog i i iti ? tl
i p. Th* yoong- r met,,!., ra ol
tor, will attend ths Wi Im - I
tlllon dance* tins sinter.
The first COtfllOfl t'i:s wtnt***?Ofl W*d*
bi ? lay, December Ith aili bs led bj
Mr Arthur s Wily, formerly of Rich?
mond, Va. i ?. -I, s,; , T ,na ].
Harrison, of LSBSbOTTK, Va . wi ?
"f the belles of tho Old Dominion. Mr
Wllji ls i Mia. .11 i ider, ii ivlng led
tba lennon in Rleba-ond, Va, for *-\
r.il v. BIS |
Other prominent p.- .pie from tho South
to whom invitations hsvfl been extended,
snd who wfll attend some of ti.- *?? cotil?
lons art: fJeoaial Beverij Robertson,
Qeoeral Bad Mrs ii- ary H< tb, of Wash?
ington, D. iv; General an I Mi -. Rim
hngh r,.". Miss May Handy, Rr. and
Mrs James Alston Coben, sod deners]
Chark* J. Aadataoo. of Virginia.
ll If-liii.onil I..1IUH.- nf V. Iira-lina-n.
The Richmond I/a-a?(iie of Wheelmen
continnea to ?row. it i | ? ?
membership and n< xv samoa w'th U
? ? nts ? .' h tot dot a sad b lng
ami to Becretarji i.. tt, Jones No U
i.oith Twelfth Mtrct. daily. The fol
lowing h;.\<- b*ao added elnce the loot re
port: ,i D. ReyaoMa W. uv Upahnr, T,.
o. tiros*, iv M Efargrsvi. P. vi |
betti r, Julian McCortl y, C I Mille, W.
Palmar '.'ray, ii. c. Johnson, ii Good
i i: Brow-Bin**, R. T. Dnrhnm, W,
R Robina C v.v ii,;,.-,.,, jr., r i.
limiter, i: T. Robertson, R. C. B ikt r,
. nm B White. Cheri.j w. Heidi . I
Henry Brawn, Leslie wv Carlton, J B.
Patton. Richard Wight, WV K. Fit rz,
J. W. Starr, tt. Q to .,;.. sr, J. O. Bola
Jr.. H. B. Lewin, WV I.. PattCO, Hoary
Oootle, O. H. Goode, o P. Grady, G
w" Tower, c. iv Cadet, George iv
Shaver, Mt-y-r Htnhberg, J. A. Royater,
fl iv Wood, iv L. Dtckloson, Bdward
H. Scott, J wv Pamplln, Jobs ll
W T.. McPherson, i V H. Watkins, .1.
W Williams iv iv De*/! , M i ii ?
Hunter, .Vims p, Vslentlna iv H.
Coy nu. William H. Walker, C. Goodloe.
Pimples, blotches, blackheads,
red, roush, and oily skin, prevented
by Cuticura Soap, the BMSt ciTcct
ive skin purifying and beautifying
soap in the world, as well as pur?
est and sweetest for toilet and nur?
sery. The only preventive of pim?
ples, because the only preventive of
inflammation of the pores.
i.-.i.i throtubeul 0
,t * **??*?. 1. K
g-,1.1 ltaro^hDi.1 lix. w?rM. B'l'.ih ?',' ' r > '*r*
?iT?r *8o*.*. 1, Kant* iaa.r.1-1. U*-t*>?-_ 1 "J?
Lava a Css-t"' C?**i *"'*" t?f-> U-rfun. I*. S ?
TABU Lti
Mr. Willtnm J. ('nilton, of Elizabeth.
n. j., says: "i soasolfld a ph***ddaa
In the country this summer xx .
1 waa apendlng my vacation, atxiut
a ciin.nl." oyapepefl, with which I
have been a K0(*d deal troubled. It
tai.es the form of Indigestion., the
food i take not becoming nnR mils tod.
After preecrtblng for ma for some
time Uie phys.ii ian tolsi me 1 xvould
have to h." inala.I f>"' several months
with a mild laxative ai.d canoe tl SO
something that would gradually
bring ba-ck my normal condition
without the violent action of drastlo
remedies. 1 recently sent to tbe
Boater (Dr. Thomas Cope, af
Nazareth. Pa.) a box of Rlpans
Tabules. and wrote him what, I
understood the ingredients to be?
rhubarb, Ipecac, pepi*! mint, aloes,
nux vernlea, and o-du. Hs writes
b?vc?t: '1 thi" ?> Ote formula la a very
good one. and wlU no doubt Just ault
you.' "
Itipana Tabulae ore add! by *-**?*?*'.??-?;
>i by mail, if th* price (Wc. a bot) ia
wot to iK Rl**?i?\hemlcal fomm
,'o. 10 Spruce B*.r*ct. New York. Sample
flaX Mc
A iiirtiuiny Parly.
Last Mon.lay nlghl at the rejideitc* nf
her pareota Ho SIS aouth Laurel atreet,
i.i Robt tts- n celt oreti -i bi r tinr
teenth birthday i>y Inviting a Bomber of
ior x...inc; friends who pent 1
?i ggmi , soi gs, i tc. ?.' db ii noml> r of
lireeeata were recelsed fr m her friends.
After amusing themselvea i;i many xx .-os
tbe lit' k on. ? repelr* i to th i
oom, when ih'-y feasted on tba .
?I--B of tba aeai in. Thc cb ipi r ina ?i ra
\ii". I. W. Robertson, Mis Iturdlvant,
Mtaa M. Bettlt Robertson, nnd Ml s Ola
5k(.v, of Lxnihbtir.-.
Pain.i n i uni |i iii !?'I ut mum.
The C? nfc.ler.tte fOtOiaaS Of l-'lnvinna
-oiinty will bold a meeting al Palmyra
in next court-day. December Bd, to form
i Coofederots oamp. Hon. W. u. Pettit
HM made application for neoi iry
-Opera and Ihe same have been fi -r
snided to hiin by Csptsln Thomas Eliott.
idjutsot-aeaersl f the Grand Cami ot
? rate Vi torana of \ IrglnU.
%iaxa!i!_nai7
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost everybody takes some laxative
mexi'cine lo cleanse the system and keep the
MooJ pure. Those who take SIMMONS
LlV'LR RfcGL'LATOR (liquid or powder)
get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
laxative and tonic that purifies tho blood
and strengthens the whole system. And
more than this: SIMMONS LlVLR REGU?
LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
and healthy, anj when the Liver is in
good condition you find yourself free from
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick*
HeaJache and Constipation, and rid of
th.it worn out ana debilitated feeling.
1 hese are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
Good digestion and freedom from stomach
trout l-s will only be had when the liver
is properly at work. If troubled with any
ot these complaints, try SIMMONS LlVFR
REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi?
cines, and Better than Hils.
^EVERY PACKAGE-***
Das tho Z Stamp In red on wrapper.
J. II. Zt-illn & Co., Phila., Pa.
_[i 7-S.I.V tx JA. f,
HARKET QUOTATIONS
REPORTS FHOM AM fi Jin AT gtSt
*li.%% CE.NT11F.S OK TUB WOULD.
Trice* ?>f Honer, Bonds, Stock*.
Groin, Tobacco, Cotton, Ac. and
ta Addition Thereto tbe Wentkes
lli'li. nillir,..
FAIR
Wi*i!rNr,rc**,Ni)vemhor2.1.?For*.
<?st for Virginia: Fs.r weat tier.
I : looil ihgweil in ertn.-me
northern pcrtioni; *ouihwesterly
wmila : cooler in inirttiern uoition in tbe
evening.
r'or North nnd lott- Carolina: Fsir
weather, ta?t to south winds.
? i-ppiiip t-i lita fallen mpMly on
Hg Atlantic coast, and slowly from Min?
nesota westward to Montana. lt has
nsf ri In the central uni Mississippi val?
leys arni t.) th* north of I >.,kota. It con
Mnnas Illili sat in thu Reek*/ mountain
reglen, and il ls lower In thc Lower St
Lnnrtaaes VeUaj,
n ii nai nm in lae dintricts on th*
Atlantic toast, and at northern Rocky
monal la stntteiM, It ta *t*-. i*i* ? i;y caM>*g
in n ? Central Mississippi Vntkjr and thi
fl ratha? t.
Poll wintha* e mllaiani in tii<- aVaittsAt
tanti*. :-' .i's and la Um WerUinaat
ij.-i. i ?!.;? p ir] r weather aad raia are
itun<,itt i fi r ta-t *rt.ui s of Um Lewi r Mia
SlSSlpi i Valley.
Xn*a vrgaggi ut Bicnnsonn xaaxhWSaS
was clear aad fair.
Bigie Oi thertiiutuuter*
A. U.8*!
I A. M.W
12 il.SO
: P. il.?..M
l lr. jd . 66
*_ Al-'ili .1.1.ita
Mean it .nuc.- nt .nf.57
NEW rORK STOCK MAlU'i: i*.
M:\V fORK, Nov-rob. i 'j;- The truns
:i> ii, na ,n th.' .-;- k Encbanga for the
,,? : .... u i ran (aaa
? :. azo pt for Um
of certain of Um J
?i ?. . itlon waa f- atnrelt - Only tara
. ? tho li .- .. n .i- i 'i '
; f(,r ns rn ti- Tue
. . ? ? > anarer*, I
? ?. '. Bt l. ala
Bousei were again liberal lera, ?'iti i it
nu al 'at Um nnii-trust com
: tin price of cly.a- ttei
n ti.f weetara market.
. . ni ? 'i was tiie leadi r tn point
. I tuging ii -ii ls,
. ii ii,.-i, ;.. - t ? ll i-\ aa aa an
-onflrini d rumor that thc- Maw Torfe Mate
luthbr.tlti will begin ictJon against Um
. ur xl V.'iH.''.v CliiciiKO Oils
ik; \* stber pn tarred fell to I
in lowest p lal of iIk- week, and left ott
u M
Tai railroad Ital ead Weatern t'nion
Si re dull, but firm; UM result of nu** i ill
ruylng lo cv-'; up short eoatraeta Weat*
rn in, m t ' wand to WA, emt the fe. i.
og i n the stock is ssore eoafldant not*
hat Um Harlan decision ls better and ea
itood Tin- Oraagen were In fair re
nsest, and arfeltragi honan bought BA
: the belief ti.p'it Um stnteaaeal for
he third weah af the current month,
iow dna, will make un excel!- nt *howlnj;,
,' ! Manhattan was quiet aad steady at
i i-i -i.i i-i tbs inactive itocfca, Matre
i utan t Hied front Ml 5-8 to ill 6-8.
Th" narke! cl iscd Bras, and Kenerally
Si! 'J per cent higher for the ral'road
Thc Indus! Hale, however, lost
I - ? r cent on the Ag*.
i was aa rxcept on, making a
!et i;nin of a 1-8 per cent.
Bonds were lower. The sales footed up
;.s'.,.,,
Thc sales of listed *tock- ac-reirated
i,7::i si.ares, and of unlisted IMS
MONET AN!' BXCHANOB
Money on ca!] HMM per e?nt.; prime
til ps| er, P.'-.'p per cent
Sterling exchange dall, with actual
in lank, rs' I I- ii U t7H**$! -rrt,
tx days, or..l R*a**r$4.M 1-4 for de
nani; p. st.,I ra'ts. TI.S8u<g*-l.3G; com
;;. rpi ,! Ill S. Il K*.'-,..-**l KT.
liar silver, 67 3-Sc., s-Iver at the board
inlet.
(1 vernmenf hond* sfady; State bondi
lull; railroad bonds lower.
Ot. n V UTA HONS.
Clo*l*j KM*
iTPticMi roiton On. .v.,
kn-enctMi Collen Oil Dr*f*rr*4. 07
i. t.o .*>u?ar. K8'4
la-oi-i??:? ssafsg KeOuerle*. pr*t. l,-i4
imerlcan .obs.-oo.-. . sa^,
iniarif-Bii Too-icoo. preierrea._,.. 100
itctixon. fegafta and saan f*. i.tv^
latimurr tod Otjio. 56
.antila I'*, 'i '. 651*, I j
;n^*ifea*e?_i otio. ih*4 | i
'bleseo au' Atina . .1 lu
bic*so, nuiiiutttun*adfa> itney. -ia,
!hic*?o tia* 1 ru*i. *-**-*
)e:K*?te, ucitaiuun aaJ Wenetn... 1 tit)
>..*till*TB . Ill*
rt*..?_. Iv:
tn*. pr*terr*d. U|f
,ri,er*i I loctrl:. .... 301,
lundi l*******SJ. 07
t-i.ec.il* *ai -Vastern . -.- \\^
oi*. rx- ani VVeatsrc Dr*t*rr*d. *a
raka loora.1*>0
vu..ti'ia **u >**Lriur., 6114
*iai#vuif, .Na*- aiaans asg otasnge. e^
!*ub*ititu ContoiidutixJ. ._ .. 991,
li-mpMss-i'i L-nari*?t*n.?.(a) is
Itchiest. Centrs!.m. 100
li?aouril'fici:ic..... -jo'.j
lobUaan* Obto.m.?m. 10^
isenviiie.ftiansnoc*** Bt _?*i?..._.,.. 74
laited StatMOsraaie. <s*%
?nod mum cer-use. areiarrea*..? i_9r*
le?Jer?e? CSSiral.-....lUOH
isa VortCeatral.*?,. oin,
1 * i? ti'.<! -?w insnaed .&o
lorfoikaad Waatarn. -M-efanrwl. 10*.
lenaeroPaoiae. 4
loitbf-ru l'*x?tna pr*it>rt*J. u^
iorihw*?iern.los*
ioruis**t*m,pi*isrraa.......148
'seine JUui. uno
>gW *UKe Blvd RAKKKT.
Closing Bids,
a.adlss.?~. J8 i
txOCt IflSBvl. '?***
M. I'aoi..... 1*H
r-t-PauL preferred.. .~...Vi1
Stirer OOnOflSSSS.?. *-7"*i
T.nneeseei oai and imo.... ^"H
T-moa ????? Coal and iron, praUrre-1.SO
"jrxta rafllflc.- "?I
t'aioo PanSc. ?*"?,
walnah.-. 714
w ?.??uh. pref-rr-w...m.... IB-H
Vi-*tt*m Union.-~. &"?%
?Abaellac aol Lace Ella. i-t'-fc
waeaaoaaadbaa* r.r? ..r-f.rr.t. liv*
Staatfl,
Alabama,Claa* Al.-. tOSVt,
alabama(Cum* 0>.10tt"-|
A lu ba tu a tl'is-a C)..? .I0"
lymsian*. -Haninea 4's.m.100
Noni.-Jar dfla SfS....... lOai*
f-ann'-aroona os.?..UN
Hootheru KallwaraS.... 9j?4
Ss-roiBsrn Itaiiaay. eoa.rj.na . 10V.
fcouth?rp Rauwav. oreferrsl. 3.11,
Ponth Carolina *H't.IBS
Iwaaoaaflaoo setuem.nt ???. ta
Virginia Cs pret->rreai. Ifl|
\irstnla Trust hec-ipt*. s'ainpal. S'4
VtrgtolaConaots....... <ll%
Cn'.tttlSlates ta. leguteied...... 1114
I't.lit-O straff ls. cn-..in ....... ll lit,
Boona r-aaae- "em oe ,,,. tn
BANK STATEMENT.
The weekly statement of the Associated
Banks shows tho followInq; Changes:
Reserve, decrease, $S09.1i?.
I/.ans, deereas--, l-'.-'t :*>?>.
Specie, Increase, J5!*>.7s?.
Ia pal tend-rs. derna ??. ll. .90,300.
I.- p sits, decrease. I!..
C'.rc.ilutlon, >!? HTS I ?, BM.SW,
The banks noxv h..: i RS'fliSR In excesfl
cf the 23 per cent. Isfljnl r-.,iulrernent.
BALTIMORH BTOCK MARKET.
T.AI.TIM'H.E. MT* November 23.?
Virginia. 3's, new, H*aj bid; do., century
booda 62 5-8; Baltimore and Olio, ts lid;
Consolidate! Gas, stock. C712!iOS'4.
LONDON AND PARIS.
T.OXl'.o.V, ROSOashor r..-Itar a'lver,
... i . ;. om, Wt 1-lSd., for both money
a ia I tile account.
i'ar.s advices quote 3 pr c*nt. rentes
at RSL, MO. for the accour.t.
SR1SRORD STOi'S" SAOSSB
BnOSSOa NoTotni.-r SB, 189*..
The aRSflg gOifllflas for to-uay:
Bewsn*nsaM*pa*sniRaa nu. naaas>
li ii Bte***dTa.ni'l
t-r.a -a wattan.
Baefl43scsl**M-c*s.- io .il*
.Ntittna.sr.uiiii'I n..... IBB 128
>rgiala i's IB8S). Ti** n*-|
Cantune*. BB MM
i .. . flSCI KID*,
Htcumoni eur Bb.Nfl
h'.l.lal.l .ny .ss. IIB 11411
Ki'limooiettr SH. Ill
BtetuoaSMaMy Ol. 101
i..-..i....- .:? no -sa
AH". , * Mi'l . . HMo-.t- 1.17a..... |ffl
Ailanti ana ' titir...ti" itt'd in.
ra k..ion
t'Dar..Col sal BOgaSM l--. Vat*. 10714
Char., Cot sud Aug.his MP*CL lld 118
Cb?bbbS BreeovtPo Isl Wt? ;i?m
Ueoraia 1'aoia-" Ut U's.114
l'l-t.-r-eurg (di.* fl] o's.ISO
Pet-r.riurg (Ha-* B) BO..ll f>V4*
southern usUa'ay ?'>'?. gflffl gfl)|"
nrilera Morto Canns* ut Ca.
(luui. . lld 1174
Ha'lko.i'?*."'-. Rsa
AtlRntnandt nttrlotte.100 fifi 08
N no taroon*.1"') IBB
Po lofberg.nio ins
SteMnoa ?. i*awaSaTMnhaiflj &
iastaaaa a ann ?.100 ns
R'. 1 ..11..nd. Kr.tieriL-mr.il g St.
r-.toiniic dir. oblicatiou.I0Q .... 118
Bwhssflnd tt Petflsi-arg.UM io*
Benmar* Booses,eeeion*qlog flsj| ...
leoflaco tflBoaflt flBBMMa..l0fl 10
Bans ssoi sa
< It.ren.' Haul. 3."l flfl 28U*
CRyBeafe.BS B0J-J ...
Flin*. Bal onal.100 IT.*
Betrajpolltan Usmc. BB flfl
Natl, a 11 i. .'..-? .1 X rf I*. ? 100 ... Ill
le ??? 41 'll. Sf. I'K-i t. al 1 r. j-l
iBoaaOasanony . "o ?'.",
lr-n.ur.ty Kaus. IBO ISflfl 1U
I 1.1'.ll ,'-x.,. .".') Hfl
Virginia Ira-,'. CnrnpaaT.10J 117 118
tesl ssnos OoasAamn
Virifinla Klrp sud Alanna.... V'S flfl
Vircitil* Stale. "JO :."-'?* ?..
ills, ala.A sr-o.;*.
Anien. ali Tobsct-o Co., pre
f'ir-J ....loo 100 104
Artera-in Tgba.-.-o 1.0,. ***>
u.cu.?S7__________________j
GRAIN AND OOTTOM BXCHAMORL
RICHMOND, v.\ November fl ivo.
Quotation*!: Wheat?L-ongberry, 7" to
Tlc.; tn'v ?!, fl to I2c ? , R to
71.-.; .N... I red, 7b". Corn v\ I
..-.; Na - white. I. ? . No, l mlxi I,
Mo. oats?No. 2 mixed, i'.'-.. No. :; mix?
ed, ~i' <? . winter aced oat?-, fl to Be. Rya
to to 4- V
RICHMOND TOBACCO MAUK'l-.T.
RICHMOND, VA.. November fl i'lo.
No action offerings 01 usa to
! j i:\-1 ts sal a very iv tit
I'., x-. ' Ciga and cl-'.-ir
ettes pM.tt); tobacco, }-i.:U. Total,
IL04S, a
Privet* Balee fr week: Wrapper*, r.t;
smok. 1 : dark
leaf, 7>i; Borley, t"; lu?s. ,Vt Total. ITO
eada, igalnsl ?'?? bogflbesda la.*t
weak, sod JH h-^bh-'jiis f-.r asms wi-a-k
lat y. ir.
Reveoue collectlone for week: Cigars
an-l cigarette*. SH.OM.45; tobacco, $!:.
Total, B4.819.17.
No business xvorthy of note a as ?olnir
on in the trude to-day, hut lari/., breska
it and 'ltk loose- are look.-d for
next week.
NT.W Y*,i'K PRODUCI MAKKIVr.
NEW yuki.. Rot mb 1 fl?Ploor?Dull
.ii d easy; winter wh. . io\x . r ides, i-l ? 1
tl.": do., fair to fancv, I. - i*.i.40. do.,
patt nt*. gi 5t>fi ?'; i*1. M ? clear,
lew extr :*,
il.l'o; - ix mills. *;;s?"''5i; do., '..it?
ems. Unit lo, south, ri. II.air. dull;
common to fair extra. Illllki|t2.i0; good
to choice, do.. |2M
.Win ut-Dull hui hi ner; No. 2 red, #tore
nnd elevator, t.7 1-1 - 1-lc.: atlon, fA l-'llt
U 3-lc. Options declineal l-So., rallied 3-S?
; him, at i-aftl-lc. over
restcrday; No. S n I, Jaauary. t-o l-4c.;
May. B 1-fle.j Jana M 7-tk.-.; July, 67 l-8e.;
Di comber, 11
Corn?Spot dull and 1-lc. lower; No. 2,
Xe , in elevator; Iii :!-+.-., afloat. Optior.a
dull and firm, at a l-flc. adv mee; Novem?
ber. B ... I' ember, -toe.; January,
st 1 8c; M.y. BJ t-flc,
.1 te?Spot lull but ste,-, ly. Options dull;
N .x ? iber, ll Mc , Di n mber, B l-s ?.;
Jami in " 1 Hix.t prl.es:
No. 2, 22 3-4c; No. 2 white, li 1-4^24 l-2c;
mixed western. B rJ4c.
Hay?Bteady: shipping, 7CVri7jc.; good to
chob'e, K l-J-f...V.
Wool-Steady, and q.ii-t; domestic,
(leece, 16 i22c; pull. ,, V,.. ile.
Reef?Firm and .piiet; family, 10'al2c;
e-.tr 1 ni- ??. 17
Reef Hams?Duli and rt-t'otllW).
Tierced Beef?Firm, city txtra Indi*
m.-.*..,. J17.
Cut-Meata-Qnlet; pickled 1.* nie-. 11-lc;
ihoulders. 5 3-l-"K".; tiim:s, b 1-1.,'Jc.
1...1 1 .-Vow but firmer; western steam
rinsed at J*. ."."..:.'. ? uv. ta.t'j, Novenib. r,
ts.75; relit.ci, li de og; Continent, SUS;
s.e.; 11 American, |fc.6u; compound, 4 'S-t(y
i l-8c.
Pork?Dull but stt-ady; old meas, saflBJ
ll").
Butter?Fancy Arm: State dalry, UfMU.;
lo., cr'-amery, 17a--c; western dalry,
lo 1-2"I,"-'* ; Bigina -
F.,;i:s?Quiet mid unchanged.
Tallow-Scarce and timi; city, 4 l-ltf
I 3-l)ic.; country, 4,.f. 3-?c
Cottonseed Oil -Quiet and steady; crud*,
15 1-2'ir-Sc; vellow prime, new, 2y-4i29 l-2c;
io, off-grade. 2??2S l-".'c
Rosin-Dull but steady; atralned. com?
ae n to good. |1.7.V-fitl.T5.
Turpentine?Quiet mid easy at 17 3-40
fla
RIce-Qulet; domestic, fair to extra,
: 3-VjOc; Japan. 3 u-X.tf$ 3-lc.
Molasses?Foreign nominul; New Or
eans, open-ket'ile, good to choice, it/Q'Slc.
Peanuts?Steatiy.
Coffee?Barely steady, and unchanged,
0 8 points down; November, 11130; De
it-mber, R4.S>; Januao". RI15. Pebru
irv, Rilli; March. R3.90; May, latOiii
13.60; July. |li.S6; Bept.-mber, li??. spot
*lo dull but steady; No. 7, 15 1-lc.
Sugar?Raw steady but dull; fair vefln
ng. 3c; refined quiet and steady; off A.
l-ltttil 1-tc; standard A. 4 1-lc.; cut
oaf snd crushed, 6 1-lc.; granulated.
1-lfM Mc.
Freight Market?Cotton, br steam.
-Rd.; grain, by ateam, 3-4d.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET.
BALTIMORE, MD., November 23?
Hour?Quiet.
Whest?Firmer; No. I red, apot sod No
vensber. ti 1-21MI 3-4c; December,
W !>**4pS5c.; May, >'A 3-4'/?t??-*.; steamer,
Nn 2, rad. ?*! u^m 3-4c; routhern, by
?ampi*. *u-3?6 l-2c.; do., on grade, 61 3-40
41 3-4c.
Corn?Firm; mlaed, -pot ind November,
21 l*.'BM 3-lc.; November, new nnd old,
1 I ?? - - i I lc : year, il 7-8'./3tc: January.
33 5-it'll ii Mc.; February, a 3 teTftle.;
flt* m*r mixed. 32 3-l.r.<c.: southern wnlte,
3Si*34 l-2c.; do., yellow. ii 1-2'.;
Oats?Quiet and steady; r.o. 2 white
western, -^23 l-.c; No. 2, mixed, do.,
324,23 l-2c.
Rye?Quiet; No. 2. 43'a?c, tor near-by;
45'M7c., for western.
Hay-Firm.
Grain PrelKhta?Active.
CHICAGO PROnrCK MARKKT.
CHICAGO, ILL.. November -il.-If there
had letti m;jr<- busii.es^ wheat munt
have BMds a mon respectable gain to
diy, as there was a distinctly tlrm tone
la the market, owing to the moderate
amount of trading, only Indifferent te
BOltS were achieved. A falling x>ff In
Northwestern receipts, as compared both,
with laat Saturday and with the corre?
sponding day a year IgaV?IM, I.MS, ari-I 327
cars, respectively?wa* the leading item of
encouragement for the bull*.
The export clearances for the week?
2.917.KJO bushel*?although not up to those
of laat week, nor those of a year ugo,
were nevertheless considered nulte fair
In volume. King & Co.. of Toledo, Issued
a report of .t comprehensive character,
Um summary of willeri showell an average
condition of winter wheat in the eight
principal States of 85 per Hat
December wheat op-ned *t from M 1-8
to **>c., and aavaaaad to M s-4c., closing
at M l-4c. -a shade hiuher than yester
dag, t'ash wheat eteady and without tra
sentlal chanie.
Lichter rep elpts of corn than expected
wert* ported this morning;?376 Cam?
atrainst aa estlmaU of 4iti. Inspections
from store were Rood, at 257.211 bushel*.,
ati'l pr ? ntl '. i .cry unfavorable com
parleon with thoa* ol the corresponding
week last year--1,743.080 bushels?against
. ? bushels. These conditions h-'lp<-d
the market, a* did also the suength of
wilt itt.
May corn opened at 29 1-Sc, and sold be?
tween 29 1-8 29 l-l-'., and 2Mj*M '-**?'?? -"?'-'"?
in? at the latter?i -hade under v tot*
p|.iv. Ci-h ccni wai qui t nnd steady.
Trading wai ''intinfd to professionals
anti earners, un', v ry little of that xv is
'line in oata i'lie rangs if prices showed
: unchanged from yam
U i '. iv. Cash t'.ii^ were uachaaga l.
Provision*.?An advance In hoi;* 'lr.-l the
rth dlsplsysd affot led traders -i pre?
text for buying, the effect of wht-h was
ni early In the s
Later in the day tho-o who had bought
turned sellers, ani the appn elation in
. Jan iarv pork - '?
?I :?? i: ? er tha rday; January
lar'l an.i rii*< unchanged Domestic mar
were quiet ai d Rt dy.
Tb! lea-ifntr futur- s imaged as follows:
UpxfOllitf. HIIUMU LOltMU x 10*10 g.
VtHEaT?
Not.MM r,'i HM MM
!>--.I Bald -'"-'j " ? *,,;,4
liar.MMaN ??"*-* #i' l4 -M-Matf
I OKN ?
NnV."T4 B*7U ITU -17*4
He--.2714 'i'i % ?.' :,?7'?ti-,i7
?Ito.:'7*l**8 ::7S '*'? rs tt\m&i
Mar.toM -.'-''is't ahsfil MM
OAT'?
Not.17M IS l~*i 18
Dec.Il . l* >':n in
Hay.*?WM Sb^i ao^at-i ZQ\t\ytt
i'p.KJ -
Doa. IT.i'O 17.00 17.00 ?7.00
.Inn. -V.fO f.0'\i I*.h.', K.-xTlt.
May. Stat 'J-i*> U.V-14 ASS
Lana?
Nov. e.. ns | .'i5 AM 6.3,',
.Inn. .'i.:.ij AH'tXA Ate .">...11
M?v. 6.7j ft.77-., A1tr% 0.7JK
MKlKT-KlH -
Not. 4.:!0 4.:'.i) 4.30 4.HO
?Ua. 4.47lf 4.4-t, 4.17-a, 4.47*
Ma-....,. 4.',:> 4.7."i 4.7a***i 4.7.'-^
<-i:-h rjootatloBa ware as tallawa: float
'lull and neglected No. I iprlng Wheat,
.'..' l-l.\ No 2 r--\, WtuVJ 3-4''. No. 2 com,
27 1-44127 6-8c No 2 oats, Wilt l-4c. Mess
pork, |;.>mH 1/tru. J" 1".. Hhort-rtb rudei,
ti. Di iited '? lets, i'.t". Short
-I- .r .-ii-, ji 17 1-:'. Whiskey, HJX
CINCINNATI
t'lNi'INNATI. 'v. Nov. mlier it-Flour
dull; wlnb 1 wheat. pat< t,t. i ? r ???
Wheal st-;.!-.. No. .; red, track, sic.
Corn?Firm; mixed, 'tr, tStgM l-2c.; No.
: white, Ile
Oats '.' ii-1; No. 2 mixed, track, Be.
Pork?Quiet; mesa, |Stt; char mmna, $10;
family. $10.
Lard -Es lerj *- ra I af. N-?7 1-M '?*;
kettle .11 1 *."> ST 1 -J??? :?i. prune btearn. sales
i r Iftrm; loose ibouldara, Bc.; short
rib sides, i'i l-'p*.: hlint clear si'les, 5 1-tc;
boxed mi ats, t-tc m re.
I-ry Sa ted Meata Ffn-r: loose shoul?
den*, 4 l-l--.; short ribs, 1 W4c \ anett > V tr
4 7-"*.. boxed meats, I - io. more.
Whiskey?Quiet; mles si HM,
ter. Lo 1 is.
ST. LOOin. Mo., November 2X-Flour
Kl I.
Wheal Lower; November, .'."1 !-(?? ; De
? ? J-Pjt? 7-Sc.
p ? ? t L' n ' 1 ? ? ? 1
11 ta?Firm; November, ISc; December,
; M ii. H 1 -te.
P rfc ? Rt indard a tia f-; **7 1-2.
1 il i'i i :., J , , . ,,?,.,. HM,
t, .i l-.'c; Iodk.s, 5 l-8c;
c!e:ir ribs. I l-4e.; shin t cleats, E V8c.
i>ry (tell 1 Mi ai i Wo.; ctsar
ribs, 1 7-s.-.; short clear, ;- i-8c.
11.-ii ft mea tai ly at ti HL
Till} COTTON MAI'.KKTS.
LJVERPxOQL, Novtsnher M?MM P.
M. -Ci tton?Demand fair; pri es Bras;
American middling, 4 0-:-M , sales,
bali s; Ami rican, ? 0 I ilati in
:??? I cv irt, 1,000 i ilea Kccelpt*. 8,000
bale*; American 1,7011 bali ?.
rv! fair; De
cember and January, 4 :;o-i'ti'<(4 ;.'
.1 ? ,? and February, 1 -'- - ?? 1
4 :? I --v. (, 1.: k i,r iar> ai 1 March, 4 30- ii 1
4 31 -t kl : March und %pril, 4 ? ? ? 1
I 1 ' kt.; April ind May. i
4 ? f June, 4 1 ? : i . June
.pi i j ii., I '' ted.; July ani Auguat,
1
i 11 ? 1 qulel ll ths t!v mee.
1 v U -Cotton -American middling,
4 9-1.1.; November, 4 :;?'f^J.. value: No?
vember and i'p etnb r. 4 31 -?>i?
fo-iier.-: December ind January, 4 U Sid,
sell : ?; j.uiiirv and Pebruary,-;
irv and March, 4 n-SfSl 32-tiid..
sellers; M*r 1 . \ '. I j.'-fiM . Milers;
April and elsy, 4 "i-si-l.. sellers; May
aad Juna, 1 '.i-t'i'i , value; .lune and
July. 4 wo-^lfl.. buyers; July ani August,
4 y.-fiin.. buyers; At toot and .September,
4 IVSPf.-l L.'"-*-*-! , L ? ?
Fut ii es c! ;S*d flt' a ly.
NEW TORK, November 23.?Cotton?
Quiet: middling Quit, s U-Md.; middling
I, it '.'-Sc s lien, ?
pPvfture* closed Brm; solea I'I wo biles;
November, 18.33; pDecember, 18.13: Jann*
hiv, t? 17: Pebmarv, ti. IJ; March, T.-1.47;
April. XH.31; .May. J8.54: June. I-V.'*; July,
*s I; \p susi J.^tO, b. pd mber, -; Octo?
ber, $5.25
Total visible supply of cotton for the
w.ir d. Xi-i\'-7 buks, of which 3.2TUS5
bale* are American; ae<lnst !A".2,:i.',7 and
3,506.157 tait ?, respectively, last year.
Ri ceintl of cotton this w-i-k ll nil In?
terior towns 175.3S4 bales Raaelpts from
the plantation*-', 2-*-*.:'l7 bale*. Crop In
sluht. 3,"4?,87*1 bait -
Nat rejelpts. mme; rross, 2.S34 bales;
forwarded. 469 bales, BSllS, none; stock,
Ul.1 .', balea
Totals to-d.iv. tad SS far this week:
N-' receipts, 1*5.327 bales; exports, Creat
Hrltaln, 14.1>1 bales; Prance, 15.482 bales;
Continent, 10,119 bal R28.73, bales,
la ilnce September 1st: Net receipts,
bales; export*, (ire.-- Britain,
? bales; Prance, bi7,292 bales; Conti?
nent. 619,418 baits
NKW OKI.KAN.-', LA.. November 23.
Cotton?Put : ia lea, 4S.I0I bait**;
Novemb.fr, HIO; December, Ui.U; Jantt
arv. $Jt l-t- ppebruary H'S: March, 18.26;
April, UM; M iy. IS.34; June. J-.38; July.
Monday heine; Labor-Pay. there will be
no cotton futures sent out from New Or?
leans.
NAVA f.-ST' IBB MARKKTS.
WTLMINOTON, N. C., November BA?
Rostn-Kltm; strained. $1.27 1-2; good
strained, $1 .'.2 l-l
Sptrtis of Turpentine?Steady; machine,
2i 1-afte.J Irregular, 24 5-Sc.
Tar?Pinn, at tl.
Crudo Turpt-ntlnt?Steady; hard. 31 10;
soft, ITV); v ?- '!
CHAKLKSTON, B C. November Z,.
Turpentlne market tlrm at Be. Heceipts.
14 cask*.
Rosin?Good strained firm at H.3(y&*1.30.
Receipts, ?11 barrels.
8AVA.NNAH. OA., November 23.?Spir?
its of turpentine Urm at 25 l-4c.
Rosin?Plrm and unchanged.
"?. ? n
LAST CHANVB TO HAVK TOUR
Ttoo\|S HAl-BRI'.li BV HKWITT
HKOTHFRS for this price: Room 12 by ll
feet, 14 In gilt paper. Address postal or
call at No. Ht weat Main street, Rich?
mond, Va. no 24-it
CAUUIA-UI-S, BlGOH-aS, WAGOMf, a\o.
'""" ""FOR SALK CHF*AP.
ONB PANEL-TOP. FIRST-CIaAStl DB
UVEHy-WAOON. ONE MILK-WAGON.
with panel-bed sliding glan doors, and
3NE TRL'CK-WAOON. 4.0W capacity, all
)f the Studbaker Wsgon and Carri*g*
-ompany'i make. Special low prtcea for
)ne week only.
CHARLES E. HUNTER,
1528 east Main street,
ao H-oodtx Richmond. Va.
MA Itt *IK iRTflRJ K.KNCR.
MINIATlIRjT^ATy.VN^^Ov! 14. ll*.
Sun-rlsee .7"i HIGH TIDE.
Sun aets . 4.'.3 .Mernina;.11:R
Moon seta .li ;0u, Evening.11:10
MINIATURE ALMANAC. NOV. ?, ISSI.
Sun ri.-- . ral HIGH TIDE.
Sun sets .4:52-Morning.11:?
Muon seta .12:-? Evening.?~
PORT OP RICHMOND. NOV. tl, 18SS.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Poet noniaa. Grave*. Norfolk.
rm* rc ha n dim; and passengera; irvin YYtisi
ger, superintendent.
SAILED.
8chooner Sallie Brown. Lamaon, Nor?
folk, to load coal, for Charleston, 8. C.;
vessel, D. O'Sullivan.
PORT OF NEWPORT NEWS, NOV. Sd.
ARRIVED.
(By telearapB.)
British steamship Wooler, Oslveaton.
SA. LED.
Barge Masaaaoit, F.UI River.
PORT OF WEST POINT. NOV. S3. Mi
(By telegraph.)
ARRIVED
Steamship Richmond. Glover, New Tork;
paaaengera and general cargo.
Bti aii.shlp Dorchester, Parker, Baltl
ni"i- , passengers and general cargo.
Btesmship Charlotte. Nickle. Balti?
more; pans mgers and general cargo.
Steamship Allegi-auy, Nickerson, Provi?
dence via Newport Jvews and Norfolk;
passengers and general cargo.
SAILED.
Rreamsh'p Janeta. Petrie, Liverpool,
with cotton.
Steamship Dorchester, Parker. Provi?
dence via Norfolk; pa .a-angers and general
carno.
st.-amshlp Allegheny. Nickerson, Balti?
more; poasengera and general cargo.
Steamship Richmond. G'.oVer, New York;
Bg rs and g-meral cargo.
??-hip Charlotte, Nicki*, Baltimore*
passengers and general cargo.
n*tnim.
MON KY TO LEND
in any amount you wlnii at 6 per cont.
Api iy to
T. M. WORTHAM ft GO..
Real Batata and Loans,
rm RV8a,WA,PR Tenth and Hank.
TO LEND.
$ 1,000 r ON
8.000
Siboo I CIT! REALTY
0.000 i HT
loSoo \ LOW RATES.
UBARLIfl A. Rof-R,
Be .1 KV-' .ti and Lonna,
no ?4-ll _No. ll ocrtti Inuit) atre?t.__
MONET TO LRND
IN BUMS IO SUIT ON RICHMOND
CITY REAL ESTATE.
J. 1;. BLAH aft CO.,
00 2l-lt lil.". Main str.. t.
Fteiiros, Facts, and Ideas.
of yesterday are the foundations and In
itlona of t l-niorrow. ot'H "VERT
POCKET STOCK, COTTON. AND
GRAIN STATISTICS" comprises the his?
tory of prices for thirty years reduced to
To sny one contemplating trad
ulg, or who de-ir-- to Inform themselves
regarding: th* past, lt ls invaluable. We
will ma.* tin* hook, together with our
DAILY MARKKT LETTER, freo to any
OD* on application.
SIA3IKSK. TAYLOR ct CO.,
BANKRRfl AND BROKERS,
io Broadway, New York.
(ii? 24-lt) _
MONEY,
BUMS TO SUIT AND LOWEST RATER,
on CITY REALTY. No de'.av. fl
B L -Va BELL,
N... I 1101 th Tenth btrfet.
Thoo* fl no :n
MONEYTOLOAN
IN ALI. \M' 'i'NTS ON ?'ITY AND BUB*
URBAN REAL ESTATE.
SMALL LOANS given prompt attention,
I*. H.I.A KI' fl BAOBY,
No. lt n.rth Eleventh Mfr. et _
NO Ki itini;it NAMUR) REiH'lHED.
Under our Ct rilSCOt* Bystsm of dealing
ur cai ital prob cted from toss.
1 foi 1 terence. BANK?
ER, Rox l'.V'. New York. no 21-lt
Wawsnnui imo*..
*xIon Viv x. V ti thi* BtflCk vx-.s selling at
??* j as. advised our 1 istomei i to sou lt
1 3 points profit, lt sold tn 1- ss than
* We do not give much
advice, but what ne do give lu reiiahle.
All of our SPECIAL advice to enstomen
? aa the above. Write for
our circular We want ? n-ru-esentatlve
in ovary toxin. Wa acoept discretionary
orders of BM and upwards. Our customers
ure all making money following our ad?
vice.
CARTWRIGHT, KULLY Hr GO..
Hankers md Brokera
.. 1 \. iv .-?. ; .,? *] m Bread Btreet,
BOflj.lt_New Yoik city.
MONET TO LOAN
without fPi.tv on RICHMOND CITY
(VAL ESTATE IN LARGE AND SMALL
BUMS. Bl T C IN .fc IO,
corner Tenth ani Bank streets
no l-F.Hu-iWllm
flIO to $30 PER MO>Ttl
can be mad-- by my plan of GO-OPERA
?11 Vi; SPECULATION IN WALL
BTREET ob investment of BOO. Sums
from BS upward* received. Not one of my
clients has ever loot tt dollar on my plan.
Bt od tor prospects* and market-letter.
mailed free. Highest references turnisaed.
E. MORTIMER Pl Ni:,
Bink r nnd Broker.
,5 Broadway, New York.
_no W-8u*Wlra_
IIB HI BARI HO Villi OF TRADE.
As many complaints are coming to the
Chicago Board of Trade showing that per
t-ii.n Intending to deal li. grain and pro?
visions through nit-inh ra of the board,
and subj ct to Its rules and re^ulatlona.
are misled Into dealing with persons
or firms who have no connection with this
board tbe public ls cautioned agalnat
dealing with audi persons or firms, and
is notified that George F. Stone, B-eretary,
will anawer any Inquiries as to whether
any particular person or firm ls a mem?
ber of such bo 11 1
GUi'ROE F. STONE, Secretary.
au 2a^Su?*m_
HATELY BROTHERS,
000-910-911 Roysl Insurance Bulldlog,
ClilCAUO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
In Grain snd Provisions.
Orlan .icc..'ri' 1.1 .?.*-?? I-...arl . f I ..a.- la ruth aad
option* Ad.an^. 4 n il. 'in .??:.?ifiimeiit frcliloo
H a.-?" ouKj, I'm >n Stos-S Vari.. R>f. r I-. any I'hl'-aso
Rankin* laaOlllUna >r Commercial Amener. Pall*
?BBBM letter un a* . al.rr. .poi,. u-MtoUclUtL
foe 27-Su6m;
Robt. Litidblotn & Co.
Commission Merchants.
K.Ltbl.'.tV-il BB
SOLICIT ORBBRfl Uti IA AND U ROB 1*4
Grain, Provisions, Stocks*-^ Cotton,
7 Board ol Trade, Ground Floor, Chicago.
Prtrata Wires. Eaat sod Weat.
Memher* of < hieaico Beard of Trade. Cbiistro
-?<? I Bzcbaace. New I .ra l*rodu.? Ki-tun*..
Siw \nra Cons. Blot * aad I*, 'tovam Ki. liAniia).
?H. Den* Mer.bauuKxctiati^e, Milwaukee Ctiaia
tier ol t'oanu.-f. ?
(OC 27-Su*,m)
COTTON.
Have you made money on the advance
In cotton the past week? We advised our
customers to buy lt. They also made
morley by selling 8UOAR. Our MARKET
LETTERS are not confusing, but give
reliable Information. We do not Bend out
daily letters, but when we have GOOD
INFORMATION we will send our custo?
mer* what we nave. It you had been a
customer of our* Investing only ROO, your
account would now have a credit of 1343.
acting on our advice that we give and
know la reliable.
WBBAT.
la low. WrlM for what we hav* te say
In regard to that. We accept discretion?
ary orders. Ten shares of stock sod
upwards, or 1,000 bushel* of grain or up?
wards, bought or Bold on I per cent.
margin. If you are s epoculator it ts to
your interest to write us.
CARTWRIGHT. KR1XT at CO,
Bankers and Brokera
fl New Bt. and SI Brood St. New Tori.
ao 3-StRt
rt.*4AMIAI__ ^^
Ton
or any one else, who can say they ever
lost a dollar by investment* made through
th* E. 8. HEAN HA PK HVSTKM Os*
SPECULATION alli receive upon appila
cation n
CERTIFIED CHECK FOR TEN TIMBB
th* amount.
While our profit* paid to cu?tom*r* all
over the United Slates have ranted from
9 per cent, to -at per cent, every fifteen
daya,
wb rnBDixcr
according to our Information snd Ideas,
and only after mature deliberation. We
do not blatantly force upon th* specula?
tive public any haphasard *ru***es lo re?
gard to the future happenings In tha
*.i>ck or grain market We have flet tha
? ot I ve trader* and brokers to thinking
duiiny the past six week* and many have
wondered, and more still have laughed
and sneered at our daring statement* unit
forecasts. We wera ridiculed br th* ma?
jority for presuming to predict decline* In
-tock* when every ont els* were advising
their purchase. They paid no heed to tho
causes that we advance*! In support of
our Idea*, but because we were the only
ones to advance them they thought th*m
wrong. But the events of the past t trto
weeks have verified our predictions amt
proven that our Idea* were correct. Wa
aro student* of the markets, snd have, bp
long experience, become thoroughly posted,
on every detail pertaining thereto. We rn
tetra the- most valuable and reliable In
formation hourly, and have the very b***.
facllitie* for keeping ourselves and cus?
tomer* acquainted with every happening
which affect* the marketa We do nut
wildly Jump at conclusion*, but. by tha
us* of sound reason and facts, ws figure
out the correctnesa of our Ideas before
giving them to the public. THRSF* ARO
THK REASONS why we sr* enabled to
successfully forecast the markets. Our cor?
respondents, snd those who have read our
statements of five week* ago. which ad?
vised them to sell LoiiinvllU and Nash?
ville when lt was gflltn* at ft'. Tobacco
when lt was at par. IV- id.np? ?rh*n lt waa
19. Manhattan when lt was 103. leather at
so. Ga* at 7o. T. C and I. at (I. and pr*V
dicted that Sugar would sell below nar
when lt was quoted at 110. will not now
wonder why our Special Order Depart?
ment has p.til such large profit* lately.
WE WERE RIGHT, -.n-l with the aid
of tha DEAN SAFE SYSTEM, we securedl
large profits on our trades.
If you wish io AVOID RISKS In specu*.
latintf, address us fr free particulars.
E. 8. tu: t\ A co.,
COMMISSION BROK ERA,
35 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
HJGHi-'ST Rl^EnBNCESx
_(no 24-Su^t) _ _______-^
ot n rttsm LETTER.
WE WILL SEND ,UU FREE THO
only 4-pa-ge Market Letter issued dally
from New York and Chicago, lt ls full of
gossip, and live comment on stocks am-j
grain. Orders solicit I in any amoint, for
cash or on 3- to t-polnt margin. Cininilsa
slon. l-l*. Rank references.
J. H. "Alli.'Ul. A CO.,
Members Board of Trade, Chicago; Proa
duce Exchange and Con. Stuck Ex
hang*. New York. 2i>8, 45 New street
ItW York; 17 Hoard Trade. Chlcagxx
oe ll-Sm _____
MONEY LOANED
ON IMPROVED CITY REAL ESTATB
at I per cent. No commission* nor f?eg
for trujt deeda nor for recording.
G. R. TABB.
Special l.- un Agent.
Northwestern Mutual U'e In-uranc* Ca. '
je 23-lm 1201 vast Main street.
MONEY TO 1,RND
AT ALL TIMES. ON CITS' OF 1UCH
MOND REAL ESTATE.
N. W. BOWE,
au V-ly No. 4 north Eleventh street,
BANKS Atti BAISKKRS.
JOHN L WILLIAMS 4 SOUS,'
iticmtoND, vmaiNiA,
pMpUUUM i.i
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
First-class Investor nt Securities bought
anil sets.
Itallroad and Municipal and Stre?t Bulla
way Lonna negutUtcxi or purchased out*
right
LETTERS OF CREDIT
furnished, available in all p.irti of the
world. ly W-Tu.TbAau
HOTELS. Ac.
TheJefferson,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
THIS MAt.NIFK T.NT I MIT Kb
IS ROU
OPEN FOR THE UKx._i-I'lON 0>' UCCST8.
LADIES' CAFE, ORILL KOO VI. Tl' KKIHH.RUSI
blAN, KOMA.N', AND TITI IU I ila.
AINSLIE & WEBSTER, Managers.
molli
ii k alt if ami i'll isrni: io: ho hts.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
MOST DELIGHTFUL RESORT IN TH?*
MOUNTAINS.
HOTELS ANT) CoTtaOES IfAVB ALT*
MOUEH.N COMFORTS.
SPLENDIDLY KEPT: RKASONABLB
PRICES.
Oi'EN THU VLAU ROUND.
For term* apply tn
Mr FRED STERKY. Msaas-*r.
au l*-Fr..-tnAVVts _ Hot Springs, Va.
Forest Lodge"
OLEN ALLEN. VA.
On and ellar aut....ii!i;i; ->4tb, until
further notice, there will be MN fl
THAIN'S DAILV, ijuii-lays excepted, ba.
tAcen Richmond anti Gita Allen, running
as follows: _
Trains will leave Richmond for Olea
Allen nt -*t*? A. M., U noon. 4 P. _L
ami *? 20 P M.
Trains will leave olen Allen for Rich*
mund at 6:14 A. M.. 7:? A M., Lia P. M..
fl! p. |L. and MA V. M. ?
All trains from Richmond will leave
both Itynl-Street and Elh* atatlona ex?
cept thoae m irked with a atar. Tba
latter will leave (rom Elba Station only.
lairg" parties visiting the Lodge for aa
afternoon's or evenings arouae.nent, para
tlcuiarly wben music ts rt-quir* 1 for
dancing, etc, will please 'phone a few
boura In advance, so that suitable ar.
ratigementa may be made.
F.pr fu!l-?r particular*; addrea* Ft > H. ******
LOIXlK, Glen Allen. Va.. 'Phone OM B.
se rr-u _
DENTISTS.
F. 1 "I. F. DAYISON"
DfcXTISTS,
t_ east Main street.
We bave decided to adopt tbe foi-owtag
price* until furtoer notice:
Gold F.limg* .*.VU
Amalgam and Cement Killings. nt
Full Set* of Teeta . tue
Extracting Tctth . ?
*r*-.lnle** Extractlcn . ie
Crown and Bridge Work a apeclalty ct
the sam* reduction.
Bast materials and workmanship guar?
anteed, no 14-F.SuAW
EDLCATIOXAL.
KEW YORK, W. Y., ll West Mtk St,
THK JACOTOT SCHOOL (AUJ. Ce at rat
Park),
offers a DKLIGHTFt I, HOMB ANO
CHAPERONAGE to young ladles <UtUt
ous ot talcing spec'al course* Tboreagg
collegiate ?reparation. Music. Art. Las
guages, Mlle. Froroent ifurmerly wltk
bra irlvuuii Reed). Mra .h*-*i?_,.V"
Morgan, principal*, aa s-gugWU
HO_jf.Bg, Mines, cowa, am,
"^*^%0
FOR SALK KASVaOHM_BAY OWag.
INO. 4 years o*l standard bred, ttrothp
tho great Tea-pia Bar; ls fast ead pea.

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