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THE RICHMOND Dibl-ATCBT-SUMPAY. OCTOBER ?. -B??
f MAILHOAD LIKES.
I _ __* t.___?a >?_-?w's_-?V*?*e
VjCOh] rUs'UEO IHOU FIRST 1'AOE)
tag nne work. It Is ?aid tint his speech
lu lh? d. bate with Mr. Hubar.
p. ' .... ...it.. ?.ml Mi Edward
Lyons, at i. xlngtou, waa on?
IHest and most " aliona
Biany > ? ara.
Tho Democrats have every conIWencc of
Bbdit.? to carry the c
tox, Buckingham, Fluranna, and cane? .
and hope 10 do a? well I? th.-?
'I UK FIFTH I
it git tho ighi at on? tkse that th.:?
Was some dOUbi of t Bf Mr.
gwaiiMiu ib the Fin. District, a;
Btnt to wsrk In dead < ,-ni.lng to
Mta hi j ?? al ?r Dsnk I, Ait..rue?, i
ral Montague, und othei aj
bul it is now thought Oit dbtrkt Is a?
. .> .......
Tb? fact titi.t the n? pi.i'?ia.tn eaad
Senator Eiimuiei parr, of Pmnklla, has
aucb aouadahi I nsac?
crutic m?nagera to they might
:?e abi? to cope with him, as r
this year arc quit?- limited. But reoentij
Mr. Pari baa bo psrststsatly apoksa in
M?vo Bda? y that Mr. Bwau
?oii haa had all fenra reeaoved. it l?
said his ?' Mr. Fan
win quit talking, and put mon money into
THF 01 HEB i?is: ni' TI BAPS,
The only districts In tl as to
Stuck there can be th?
doubt iia.e been named. The result In
very othi ? OS any
thing of fui II ?.tice can BO.
In the St coi i i'.-'-i ' the Bghl is un
Baually tame, for the geCOBd, WhsN there
have been so many hotly ConteBted cam
paigns, but the election of William A.
Young, the Democratic candidate, la prac?
tlcally as.sut.-?!. Th. re are two candi
dates there, claiming to be the regular
Republican nominees, and the love which
does not exist bOtWOBB them would sup
ply a stock for a?l the sects in Christen
dom. Indeed, so bitter is the feeling be
tween the Wlea and Holland fgctlona,
tbat muny Republicana say that in the
of their candidate b.ing called off
by the National Committee they will
vote for Mr. V.'ung, rather than support
the representativo of the rival faction
So the BUCCeea "f the Democratic cunli
date I? assured.
CAPTAIN LAMB AT WOKK.
There has bSSg DO brass-band cam
paign in the Third District thus fur, but
considerabi? work lias be en Bono by i
tain L_mb in a yuiat way. He has ma.!.
a aombei of apeechea throughout the dis
tu?;, and will thoroughly canvass every
county before the day of election.
There will be a ticld-day for the Do?
mocracy al Cheetarfleld Courthouse to?
morrow. Mr. Jefferson Woilaoe, chair
man of tiic Richmond cuy Committee,
and his brother. Hon. Charles M. Wal
lace, will address the voters. Both thSSB
young men are excellent apaakira and
aro well known and mach admirad in
Chesterfield, so they will have a large
crowd to hear them.
One of the chief eveats Of the cam
paign will be the address to be d? llvered
in this city next Wednesday week by
tor Tillman. The hall In which he
will speak has not yet been decided upon,
but the Academy or the Auditorium will
probably be selected It 's understood the
railroads will give special rates for the
I HE CLAY-WAR II A4 'Tl VK.fi MEET.
? npinln .lohn Lamb Mnkei a Strong;
gpeeeh Bataie ?be (lob.
The Clay Ward AOttVOI hold a well at
tSndOd meeting last night, at which they
transacted considerable business of Im
portance to the club, and then W4 re re
galed with B highly Interesting and in
structive speech by Captain John Lamb,
the Democratic standanl-b? BTSff in this
WheB the meeting was called to order
President BSfSfl announced the following
Adrisory Board: John s. HgrsmR, O. a.
Hawkins. A. c. Harmaii, 11. L. Winston,
and J. H. Dickers"::.
Colon?-1 H u?\.I then reported for this
board the following Handing committees:
Finan.? I; M Taylor. W E. Taylor,
J. P. Petti.?. W. P, Smith, and Hill Mon
Statistics?B. I?. Montague, E. C. Wal?
thall, C. E. Hill, Irving Wharton, and
M. n. i
New Members -II. (',.],1er, C. 1. Phillips,
P. H. How is, H. J. Trssser, and J. H.
The aiub discussed the ouestion of
Changing Its place Ol meeting from Bcl
vldere Hail to BOm? ball In clay War.I.
but decided to continue f ?r another year
Its present lease. The Advisory I
was instructed to arrange 'or a msss
meetlng some time during th.. latter part
of this month, and it is understood that
Hon. A. J. Montague will be asked to ad
iress the meeting.
CAPTAIN LAMB SPEAKS.
The business of the evening being con:
eluded. Captain Uutib was Introduced by
President Basad, and was received with
applause. He made a strong speech, set
ting forth the Issues that now confront
the people. He said in the outset that
there was great apathy In this dt\
peetally among the Democratic voters,
and ho hoped to be able to awaken
aathubiasm among them. Captais Lamb
passed over, with a a word Of two. the
Issu? between bimetallism and monome
lallism, and .rneatiyof the a?
lily for having Democratic control of the
Fifih-slxth Congress, In order thai tl?.
sffort upon the part of the Republicans
?o pass a pernicious banking law m
thwarted. The wrongful Beta of the R?
jmbiiran Congress and the sins of omia
?Ion committed by Bspubllcaag In the
Fifth-fifth Coagrei wen treated of at
some i? ne i ti by th?- speaker, gad t?
Severely arraigned Ins oppoBOBtS In this
Congr.ss for the time which, he aald,
was wasted by them la their discussion
of the ningley bil?. H. -riddled this bill,
saying it was simply loglaleUon lor the
purpoaa of taking th? tax from tin ?boul
ters of those b< st able to bear it. sad
placing It as a burden on this, who could
not Support it. The war tax, too, he
characterised as infamous, ami h? then
asserted that until the financial ;
are gotten rid "f. the tariff question Will
rease to be one Of division between the
BATTLE OP THE STANDARDS.
"It will be a battle Of the standards
which will t?e joined In 1900." he said, gad
he predicted that silver would provi
prense. The recent bond Ii ia was at?
Ut.ked by Captain I.ainb and then (,,
passed to a discussion of low prices. H?.
?aid low price? brought poverty, pet
brought Ignorance, Ignorance brought
.'im.-, and crime led to that place when
'h. wrms die not and th. lire ??u.-ti. h.-tii
C?ptala I/iimb read an editorial from
the Richmond Times of yesterday, eeav
m?-niing on the free-sliver Issue, saying
that free sliver was merely a st. i
?ion.- to flatism. Captain I^anib said he
tdldn't suplios? the editorial would inilu- |
? nee ?r.y one. us very few people read
DM Times, but BS expn-bsi-d the hope that
ut somai tarty day the other papers of
th? city would again attack the Tlmea'e
t?iltor!ai policy. The editorial referre.! t..
bimetallism us un experiment, but on
this polm ?Hinptaln I.ami. took issue. ?,s
Wllng positively, an?! with emphasis,
that monometallism was an experlm. m
and a costly and disastrous one. The re
sult of monometallism, the speaker ?aid
was to keep Investor? from putting tbetr
" " v int., elr.-.ilmlon. The result can
be ??en here In this city, tn the dearth of
staple manufactories. He thought we
Hd h-?ve a great many more manufac
tunng enterprise* than we have
Csxptaln Ixtmb discussed briefly the Irw
of economics, mud told bow, when th?
?outh, without a dollar, Immediately ?f
ter th? war i,?.KMn bj this lap. as Unfall'
Ina na th*t at ?,?vltv lo <_?.,.._
with an appeal to hi? healtr? to attend
the polls on the 8th of November and cast
their votes for Democrac..-.
Jail Inspected?Vouna <4? Spesh?
44 It.I.IAMSBL'RO. VA., October ?.
;al.) -The city end county Jail was
't<?d to-day by W. B. Vardcn, AIM?
wie?, and Dr. Oswrge Hnnkln?. Clty
spencer took the visitors all
through tho building, which Wa? found
in pretty ?. < < ?i condition.
A number of our people will drive over
M g are. next Saturday to meet the
member. <A the General Council of the
Kph ?<jh, paw In session In
Washington, who will make the trip to
JainoslOBii on the steamer Pocahontas.
Th, ie city chairman wa? no
tlfl'd yesterday that Hon. W. A. Young,
?,-ratlc candidate for Congress from
district, would ii'ldre's the people
next Mondav (?oi.rt-day) at 1 o'clock In
the court-h<?u<e. Mr. Young will be the
of Dr. James D. Moncure during
his stay heie.
Mr?. Robert J. Mason, of Hampton, and
Mrs. P. T. Thompson, of Kentucky, were
among the arrivals here yesterday.
notfasapf John Parish, of the Grove
Academy. Is h.r.? visiting.
Dr. Bell and Dr. 8. E. Allen, of the
army, with Mrs. Alien, from Old Point,
an. among the ?ale arrivals
Mr. Walter Stott and family, who came
her,, some months ago from Ohio, have
sold at public auction their per
aonal effects, and will return to their
m home next week.
Mrs. Kdwin Booth, of Carter's Grove,
ha? returned home, after a delightful so
journ of five weeks with her daughter,
Mrs. Hugh it Cummlng (nee Boothj, on
h Island. N. Y. Mrs. Booth wa? ac
pmied by her daughter, Mrs. Cum
min?*, as far as Hampton.
Tho post-office will be moved Into Its
BOW Quarters, In the bank building, on
the 22d of this month. The bank will be
Braved next week.
The Superintendent of Public Educa
tion to-day notified the Superintendent
In".Is. Mr. It. T. Armlstead, that
7 had been placed to the credit of the
Wllliami-burg School Board.
HI? Pennnut Hauled Down,
NORFOLK, VA., October 8.?(Special.)?
Admit*! How-ell'? flagship, the San Fran
cisco, will go out of commission here, and
is in need of extensive repairs. Admiral
Hotrell was not aboard when the vessel
arrived yesterday afternoon, but he came
up this morning from Old Point. T'pon
his arrival he went aboard the San Fran
Clsco, and was for eome time In his
cabin. 4Vhen he returned on deck hts
pennant was hauled down, the San Fran
. and St. Helena's batteries firing sa
in? s. The Admiral then came ashore.
He left town this afternoon.
A Fiendish Crime.
MT. JACKSON. October 8.-(Spee!al.)
N? ws reaches here of the arrest in Hardy
county of a man named Reuker, charged
with criminal assault upon a 10-year-old
girl. He wa? committed to Moorefleld
Jail. The girl will probably die. Public
excitement runs high.
"I wish to express my thanks to the
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
having put on the market such a wonder
medicine," says W. W. Massingill. of
Beaumont, Tex. Tere are many thou
sands of mother?, whose children have
been saved from attacks of dysentery
and cholera lnfantum, who must also
feel thankful. We know, too. that there
are many old soldiers who feel thankful
for having been cured of chronic diar
rhoea by this remedy. Try It, If you
te ,1 such a medicine, and you will feel
thankful for the benefits received.
M IDLK4VOHK A*sD FMIIROIDERT.
MISS A. !'.. JOHNSTON, FORMERLY
teacher for lidding ?Brothers, Baltimore,
will nnw resume her private claases in
ART NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROI
DERY Ladies desiring lessons in either
Junior or advanced classes will please ad
dress 707 north Twenty.seventh street,
Dr. CHARLES' L STEEL HAS RE
TURNED TO THE CITY', and can be
seen nt his dental office. No. "07 east
Main street. Richmond. Va. oc 2-Su4t
SALESMAN OX COMMISSION FOR
Philadelphia liquor house. Mention expe
rience. Reference required. Address P.
O. Box 171. Philadelphia, Pa. oc9-lt
GET RICH. FORTUNES ARE MADE
by investing $. monthly in stocks. No
risk whatever. Write WILCOX & CO.,
12H Broadway. N. Y. oc 9-lt
GIRLS TO WORK ON SEWING-MA
chines at the BOUTHBRN SHIRT FAC
TORY, No. 10 north Fourteenth street.
BY A YOUNG I.AI'Y. GRADUATE IN
the business course of Richmond High
School. Employment as Stenographer,
Typewriter, or Hook-Keeper for quart, r,
half. Or whole dav. Two weeks' trial free!
Address Miss ! :. B.( 113 south Beech
atreet. city._ oc 9-lt*
WHITE GIRL, SINGLE. TO DO GENE
ral house-work and cooking; a!so, trash
ing. Bslsry, $7 per month. i-nisll family.
Must cune well recommended. Address
?'. A. P.. care of Mr. IX, at L. Borch? r^ *?
Co. s, clty^_._oc 9-lt
YOUNG LADY WITH TWO YEARS'
? ?.perlene*, desires a Position for this
winter. Qualified to teach music, Latin.
mathematics. French. and English
branche?. Highly endorse?.. Address Miss
R. MAY FH.S'iN. Welrvlllo. Vs. oc 9-lt'
4\ !7 CAN OIVE EMPLOYMENT TO A
number ol young men; 16 to M a week;
i m ?vork or canvassing: work sent to
your home. Bend addressed envelope for
simple and material. EMPIRE WORKS.
2'. Duane street. New York. oc9-lt
LADIES TO DEVOTE ALL OR PART
of their time at their homes, Introducing
an article useful to every woman. No
xperteace necessary. Those who will
Interest themselves can substantially In
, their income. For particulars ad
VAN BERG MEDICAL COMPANY
Piiiladelphla, Pa._ oc 9-2t
TRAVELLING MEN DESIRING A
liable ?Me line of well-established attt
plt good? (not requiring the carrying ot
samples): c*ommlsslon, 20 and 20. Address
M A \T FA? TUBER, P. O. Box 163, Cov
ington, Ky._oc 9-lt?
A GOOD COOK AND LAUNDRESS FOR
a Small Family. Must have first-class
reference?. Apply ?510 east Franklin
atreet oo 9-lt
RY A YOUNO LADY. A POSITION AS
Companion or Oovernees for ?mall chil
dren. Best of reference? can be furnish
ed. Addre?? Miss HATTIE TILMAN. Sa
bot Island. Goochland county, Va.
_? _oc 9-8u2t
SALESMEN-A1 MEN EVERYWHERE
to ?ell to merchants only. New line quick
selling specialties. 190 tu 17.'. being made
weekly. Cottly ?ample? -free. Address
FACTORY. Station P, Philadelphia.
EVERYWHERE. MEN TO ADVERTISE
"Lustro." the modem ?scouring soap: tack
sign?, distribute circu??re, place sample?,
order?, etc. Steady work: H2 w? -?-'v >? i
eipente?. THE LUSTRO COMPANY,
BY A YOCNO LADY. POSITION AS
Stenographer and Typewriter. Reference?
given Salary no Object. Addreaa R. 8.
C, Dispatch oftac?, city. oc t-it*
BY A YOU NO LADY. A POHITKW AS
Teacher in ? Private Family. [ *?* ? ?
usual common ?chool branch*?, ' rench
German, b.-glnners In latin and *?i?.c
Elocution. Phy?lcal Culture Boo* K**p
ln* and Kt?nography. Referen? ?b ex
?h'.nge?. Addres. V. O. Box No. 7. Haua?
A WOMAN To c?)(.K S?n->B81S?T,.N
Laundfy. Apply at this oflic. s oc H-tt
MAN OR WOMAN OF ENERGY AND
bu?lne?s ability to travel for establish
ed firm: f-V? a month and all < xpen?*s. P.
4V '/IEGI.ER A Co., '2Z> Locust street*
YOUNG LADY INTERESTED IN ART
to learn Newspaper Sketching. Address
E 4, care Dispatch. oc 8-8a&8u2t*
AGENTS-15 TO M A DAY TO INTRO
duce our pure "Asbestos Wick?. Ju-t
patented. Giving light fully espial to
electricity. Flat wicks lasting from 8
to 10 years, and round wicks from 20 to
25 Write for free samples and terms.
FIREPROOF SAFETY-WICK WORKS,
Department 7KO, Columbus, O.
oc 9-Mu t ?_
GOVERNMENT 1'oSITIONS. ALL
persons desiring free information concern
ing thousands of appointments to be made,
salaries, etc., should write at once to
NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTI
TUTE. Department C. S.. Washington, D.
C. _ _oc 9-lt
AGENTS WANTED, IN EVERY CITY
and town to Canvass T.,r East-Selling.
Well-Advertised Specialties. Liberal
terms. Exclusive territory. Big money
in it for you. GEORGE A. SCOTT. 812
Broadway. N. Y._<?c 9-8u4t
SALESMAN WANTED. LOCAL OR
travelling. Free samples. Protected
ground. Several earn 110 weekly. BRAT*
TICE COMPANY, 243 Pearl. New York.
SALESMEN VISITING GROCERS,
General Stores, Hardware, &< .. to sell
Side Line. No samples required. M'C,
Lock-Box (At, Weetfleld, Mass. oc 9-lt
AGENTS TO SELL OUR CUT-PRICE
Xmas Books. 5?k\ Books. 15c: 11 Bo??ks,
25c; 11.50 Books, 5dV-.; 12.50 Books. 75c
Credit given. Freight paid. Out lit
free. FERGUSON Pl'BLISHING COM
PANY. 515 Vine street, Cincinnati, O.
AGENTS FOR AN ARTICLE USED
daily in every home. Big money; clear
field. One man made tZ?.XO first day; a
new man, $260 one month. Sure fortune
for workers. ALPINE COMPANY, Cln
clnnatl. O._ _oc 9-lt
agents. 15 to 510 a (?ay to intro
duce our pure 'Asbestos" Wlcka; Just
patented: giving light fully equal tc elec
tricity; flat wicks, lasting from 8 to 10
years, and round wicks from 20 to 25.
Write for free samp!? and terms. FIRE
PROOF SAFETY WICK WORKS. De
partment "7 A (k" Columbus, O. oc 9-lt
LADIES FOR TAPESTRY EMBROID
ary. Add to your Income during leisure
hours. Send stamp for particulars.
Agents wanted. GEM AKT STUDIO. 21 |
west Lexington street. Baltimore, Md.
EXPERIENCED FARMER WISHES
to work a place Jointly with some good
man near city, or manage. If preferred.
Heft reference given. .loIl.N, care this
A GOOD SECOND-HAND TYPE
writer. Address D., 1 south Ninth street,
city. oc 9-lt*
BY A LADY ST EN? " IRAPHKR AND
Typewriter, Position; law office preferred.
References given. Willing to start on
11?? a month. Address REFERENCE, care
of Dispatch._ _oc 9-lt
I WANT A JOB OF WORK. FIRST
class hand on laths 01 SBy kin I of work.
Address MACHINIST, Sub-Butloa No. '.'.
city. oc 9-lt*
POSITION BY V REGISTERED DRUG
Clerk; salary model at* best of refe
rences Address PAREGORIC, care of
Richmond Dispatch._oc 9-lt
44 .VII II
BY A BOT, GRADUATE RICHMOND
High School, a Position as Stenographer
and Typewriter, and to assist generally in
office work. Willing to begin with a
moderate salary Address "ANXIOUS."
care of Dispatch Office. oc 9-lt*
BY A LADY OF EXPElUENi.TE, Posi
tion as Stenographer and Typewriter.
Address "K. S.," care of Dispatch.
TEN INTELLIGENT LADIES OF GOOD
address. References required. Apply at
00, corner Foushee and Broad street. J.
H. BUSBY & CO._oc 9-lt'
A POSITION BY A MAN WITH A WIFE
and four small children; honest, sober,
and reliabl... Will do anything to make
a living. Salary no objet. Address "L.
E. C." care the Dispatch _OC 9-lt
LADIES TO EMBROIDER. WE SEND
work to your home prepaid. Send ad
dressed envelope for one piece of em
broidery, with prices paid. If our terms
or work are not to your liking, you may
return at our expens?> Steady work and
good pay. EMPIRE EMBROIDERY
WORKS, 23 Duane street. New York.
WOMEN TO Do PLAIN SEWING AT
Horn?-. IL50 a day. Four months' work
gusranteed. Send stamped, addressed
envelopes for particular;. R. W. HUT
TON & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. o. 9-lt
A LADY STENOGRAPHER AND
Typewriter desires Position. Will write
part of a ?lay or all day. References
given. Address LADY, cure of Dispatch.
TO TEACH ENGLISH READING.
Writing. Arithmetic, Sewing, &c. Applv
with references and terms, POSTMa*-?"
TER.Newtown, Va. oc 9-lt*
PERMANENT POSITION BY AN EX
nced Book-keeper. Al references.
Good, moral habits. Addres? C. B
Room 20, Manufacturers' Record Build
ing. Baltimore. Md. oc 5.7,9.all-4t*
SUSI* ESS MA1II.
44 AN TED,""'
OCCUPANTS FOR SECOND-FLOOR
Flat of five rooms; also, two bright and
atirrctive well-furnished and newly-pa
pered rooms. 709 east Grace. oc 9-lt*
TO BORROW 14,000 AT 5 1-2 PER CENT.,
on unencumbered Improved We?t-End '
property; safe investment; Interest pav
able quarterly. Address "C." Dispatch
offlce._ oc 9-lt
in? \m?i:ifs WANTED.
EXCELLENT TABLE BOARD; LAN
also accommodate several with nice i
rooms at extremely moderate rates. For;
further particulars call or address Mrs
W. E NICHOLS, m west Gra? irr?el
New 'Phone ?861. ^_ oc 9-K*
BY PROFESSIONAL TEACHER OF
Music, Room In Private Family, where
lessons In plano or singing would be ac
cepted as whole or part payment for
same. Hlgnest testimonials. Addres?
"COLLEGE," care of Dispatch, oct-lt?
AV ANTED, ~
AT ONCE, THREE OR FOUR FUR
nlehed or Unfurnished Room? for llgnt
hou?eke*plng; central location. Refe
fence exchanged. Address H. H. D., Dis
patch otPce. _oc Ht*
OCCUPANTS FOR TWO LARGE OON
nectlng Room?, furnished or unfurnished,
and one large room unfurnished. Also
Table Boarders. References exchanged'.
Private family. Addres? "L. C." care
Dispatch office. oc t-lt*
THE PUBLIC TO KNOW WE HAUL
and Store? Ught Mer,-hmidtse and Furni
ture. BWEENY'8 AMERICAN STABLES.
9-U south Eighth street. oc t-lt*
U. S. Senator.
By Permission of the Giants.
Eighteenth and Main Sts., Richmond, Ya.
Culpepper Creamery Butter.
Thl? Is the season when the finest pro
duct of the dairy Is scarce and high.
Having a ten years' contract with the
celebrated dairyman, Nathan R. Fill
more, of Babbling Brook, Culpepper, Va..
I am prepared to supply my trade with
the finest grade of Creamery Butter ever
sold on thl? market. I pay Mr. Fillmore
15 cents for every pound he sells me, and
take his entire product. You can buy
It from me in any quantity, per ? _?
Spiced Potted Ham and Tongue
3 large cans of each, fresh and in
pure, for . IUV
Pure Cider Vinegar.
5,000 gallons Old Virginia Cider ,ftr
Vinegar, per gallon .IU"*'
French Candy, freehly Imported, A
per pound .Uto*
1.000 boxes Homo-Made Cakes
and Cookies, per pound .
5.000 cases freshly packed Sar- _ _ _
dines, 5 boxes ."5?*
I large quart bottles Old VIr- enf.
ginla ?"laret, 6 years old .o*M*
l.-X-O dozen Freeh Corned Spots. ,nf?
salt-water flavor, per dozen.?$'-''?'
IO.OjO pounds New- Cream Codfish
Bricks, per pound .
1.000 packages of 9 o'clock Wash
ing Tea. per package.
15,000 Small California Hams,
per pound .
10,000 Old Virginia Smlthfleld ___
Hams, last year's, per pound !? %
Crystal Rock-Candy Syrup, per ,A?
100,000 pounds Freshly Baked -_
Spiced Ginger Snaps, pound.?*???
Finest Patent Family Flour, at . , ?..-,
Minnesota made, per barrel.#?*?JeVU
60,000 bags Hlgh-Grade Family .?,
Flour, in any quantity.?*"5C
5.00U gallons Clemmer Old Rye
Whiskey, 6 years old, pen
(Mbeon'B Old Rye Whiskey, _,_,
made In 1888. per quart ...".75'?'
ImporKd Holland Gin, ior At\r>
kidney troubles, quart .A^O?,
Hom.-Made BlackDerry Brandy, _
5 summers old. quart .*5^
j.ia,?juv bal.s Finest Western
Grien Timothy Hay ?not a ??-.
blade of clover), per HXi.4"C
50,000 bushels Finest Feed Oats.3*^C
lO.Ouo bushels Old Virginia Corn, . ., _
per bushel .4?3?*
10 large cakes Castile Soap, im- ?%*_?
600 Large Buckets Jelly, eight ork?
pounds each . aMXS*
6,000 cans Mackerel, per can. 5C
Finest Canned Tripe. 3-pound
1,000 sacks Liverpool Salt. M C- A_
pounds each .?PI.UU
3-pound Old Government Mocha ct\t\
and Java Coffee .?-"V
Fine Old Apple Brandy, per (\tzr
quart ..............m ." >?
Two telephones?r.m and 273.
PUPILS IN SHORTHAND AND TYPE
writlng For terms and all particulars,
apply at RICHMOND SCHOOL OF
STENOGRAPHY. 9!9 east Main street,
over Meade _ Baker Pharmacy. Miss
POYTHRESS, Principal._au 24-2m
FLAT OF FIVK OR MORE ROOMS,
unfurnished, with private bath; entire
second floor; no rooms above; suitable
for housekeeping. Address ITNPUR
MSHED, caie Dispatch office. oc 9-lt*
OCCUPANTS FOR A NICE FLAT OF
four rooms and private bath, on west
Floyd avenue: cheap/ A couple without
Children preferred. Reference? ? \
ehang?d. Address D. T., caro of l?i<=
BOARDERS FOR ONE SMALL AND
One Very Larye Second-Floor Boom.
Terms very low. 108 north Eighth.
FOR WINTER TWO LARGE AND TWO
Small Rooms, unfurnished, one flight up,
with private family. Good locality for
light housekeeping. References ex
changed. "F.," care of Dispatch.
OCCUPANTS FOR TWO FURNISH
ed Rooms, with or without board. Apply
at M8 north Ninth street_oc 9-11?
TO RENT TO A PARTY WITHOUT
children a Delightful Second Flat of four
rooms, handsomely and completely fur
nished for housekeeping; private bath;
central location; south of Broad, west of
Fifth. Price, 130 per month. Address
FLAT, care Carrier 13._oc 9-lt?
TO BENT A NICELY-FURNISHED
Room to one or two young m?-n, with
board, In a private family. Goad table
and all horn?; comforts, and within 10
minute?' walk of post-office. Terms mod
erate. Address S., care of Dispatch.
oc 9-lt _
BY A FARMER OF EXPERIENCE. TO
rent a Good Farm, or would a?t as man
ager. Address FARMER, car.- of Dis
patch,_ oc 9-Su_t*
OCCUPANTS FOR A CORNER FLAT
of five r""ins. References exchanged.
Address "C. A. B.," care of Dispatch.
BY A COUPLE AND ONE SMALL
child, Two Unfurnished Rooms on second
floor. In a private family, with rood table
board: either central or In West End.
References exchanged. Address "HOME,"
Station A, Richmond. Va._oc 9-lt*
A QUIET AND AGREEABLE YOUNG
Man to occupy an attractive second
story front room with a gentleman of
Ilk'? habits. Good table ami first-clasi
location References exchanged. Address
T. W. B. D . care the Dispatch, oc 9-lt
\\ AM ED,
TENANTS FOR DESIRABLE ROOMS,
mn-isting of four large and one small
oti?> with use ?,f hath. &c Reference?
exchanged. Apply at No. 609 east Lei?,-!,
streer_ oc 9-lf
BEND SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE
and I'll tell you h?w to cur?-* drunker?,
nes? without the patient's knowledge.
Don't send monev. Mrs MAY HAW.
VINS. Grand Raplils. Mich. Lick-no?
tv y T._oc 8-23
ENOUGn WALL PAPER I ? ?R ONE
room will be furnished free of cost to
?very per?.r>n wishing to have on? or more
Send postal for samples on or before
M. nue-, October loth. Address MILES,
care of Dispatch._oc 9-lt*
TO BELL 2&-HOR8E-POWER BOILER,
Shafting Steam Heater Pipe?, I Kincher's
Refrigerator. For rent, store No. 11 east
Main; Flat of 6 rooms and hath. 13 east
Main street. Apnly to A. GOLDBACK,
14 east Main street. _oc 9-lt*
TO SELL A POINTER. LEMON AND
white color: well broke. You need not
apply If vou want a 16 or lio one. Ad
dress POINTER, care of Dlapatch
~~" "~~~ WANTED,
BOARDERS FOR TWO FRONT ROOMS
on second floor; nleelv furnished. Also.
Table Boarders. Apply 209 east Orne*.
THE HEWITT BROTHER?. OF 31*
west Main street, have removed to 300
south Laurel street. We are now Paper
ing Rooms cheaper than any firm In the
city. Address postal or call at 3<J0 south
Laurel str?-?t. _oc 9-It*
BOARDERS AT 201 WEST MARSHALL
street. oc 9-11*
TO RENT TO A SUITABLE TARTY IM
south Fourth meet, near Gamble-Hill
Park; 9 rooms; bath and detached kitchen.
115 per month. Apply to 1503 Park avenue.
oc 9-lt* _
BOARDER8. 3?)0 SO! TH FOURTH
street. Bright, Furnished Front Rooms.
OCCUPANTS FOR BEAUTIFUL CON
nectlng rooms, with private bath. Par
ties without children preferre.l. First
Class Board. 112 south Third street.
oc i-Tu, WffcSu _B
WASHING TO DO AT HOME. CALL
or write. 220 west Duval Street oc ??It*
BOARDERS TO OC?CPY A DESIRA
hle thlrd-storv front room. Also, Table
Boarders comfortably served. Apply to
Mrs B. C. OROAIN.
oc 9-lt_ 102 east Main street.
BY A GENTLKMAN. COMFORTABLE
Room and Good Board in strictly private
family. Central location. References. 125
A., care of Dispatch._oc 9-lt*
TO SELL FOR CASH. OR ON TIME,
the following Bicycles, all In good order:
One Beoond-Hand Crescent, $15; one Peer
less, $12; one Majestic. |15; one Columbia,
$15; one Eclipse. f12; one Rambler, Jlu; two
2fi-lnoh Boys' Wheels. $10 and $l?; one
Humber, $18. Come esrly and get ?Our
pick. B A. BLENNER, Bicycle Builder.
Dealer, and Repairer. 310 north Fifth
t between Broad and Marshall.
Phone ??- oc 9-lt*
A FEW TABLE BOARDERS AT No. 115
east Franklin street. Breakfast from 7::tt>
to 9:30; lunch, I:?) to 2; dinner, 6:30 to 8:30.
YOUNG MEN BOARDERS. APPLY 104
east Clay street. oc 9-lt*
OPP4MITIO? IS THE UFE OF TRADE
JUST THINK HOW CHEAP YOU
can get a hair cut and shave?both for
.i?.'.; boys' hair cut. 10c.?by four of the
most artistic barbers In the city. Where?
At the old-established barber-shop, Mb,
2 north Eleventh Street under the Na
tional Bank of Virginia. JAMES V.
GRANDE Artistic White Barber and
FEATHERS, HATS, AND VEILS.
IF YOU HAVE EITHER YOU WISH
reproduced In the newest styles, take
them to THTJRSTON,
oc 2-Sult_ No. 312 north Fifth BtTOOt
DI'll M. MORPHINE, \\ H?SKHT.
IP INTERESTED IN THE ?CURB OF
these habit*, write for my book on these
diseases, mailed free. B. M. WOOLLEY.
ML P.. Atlanta. Oa. Jy io-Su26t
WAN I U.U.
OLD GOLD ANL> SILVER. HiUHESi
c-uab, prices paid, or will give watches,
jewelry, or silverware in ex.-hange.
A. If. METER ?t BRO., Jewellers.
623 east Broad street, Richmond. Va.
LA DI ES I CHi'chester's English Pennyroyal Pillj*
. ti ?m. .d iir.oj'. nre the Rest, s.o, K.ii.iai..
T?k? no Diiirr. S.B.1 Mb, ?taoip?, 1 * pirtkusr?, " H.,,.(
lor Lad??." i? .?.?a? ty ??turn Mall., A? UruMl.u.
thlchobier Chemical Co.. VhiUaU., Pa.
1ENT8 WANTKI' FOB THE "M.Y
AUTHENTIC WAR HISTORY publish?-d.
750 pages; also, tor new set ot Juvenile,
outfit fr.-.?. NATIONAL PUBLsIBHlNU
COMPANY, Lskealde building, Chicago.
HI IINESS I II ANCES.
STOCK. FIXTURES. AND LICENSE OF
a Well-Eetabllahed Grocery and Bar.
Store can be ?teased cln-ap.
N W. BOWE,
oc 9-lt_4 north Eleventh street.
INA ESTAIENT?SPEC? LATI4IN.
HOW INCOMES MAY BE SECURED.
Particulars in person or by mail free.
HUOHE8 INFORMATION AND IN?
VESTMENT COMPANY, 6.1-? wan
strOet, New York. Highest references
upon appll? atlon. oc 9-it
AN OLD-ESTABLISHED GROCERY
AND LIQUOR BUSINESS, centrally lo
cated, for sale, owner desiring to change
business. Parties with capital address
A. B. C, Dispatch office.
NVA NT En.
TO RENT TW.? LAKCE CONNECTING
Rooms, on second floor, with cloaet, suit
able for light hOUMkeeplng, or will board
occupants. Front Room, heated by La
trobe. and both are hrisht and airy.
Location very desirable. Address N
of Dippatch. oc 9-lt
*jlr_.iHI'lkS US STCAMBIUS.
Fassungers can leavs RIolUMai dally
except Sunday, via. *whssapsal*e and
Ohio railway at t> a. m , 0*> Rkh.
moud and Petersburg railroad (Norfolk
and Weatern route) ? a. m., conm-ain*
at Norfolk with Old Dominion Lin?
t-teamer sailing same evening at 6 o'clock
for New y.-iK.
Steamship Richmond i?ave? Richmond
every Monday at 0 P. M. for N,w \ '"
via James river.
Ticket? on sale ?t Richmond Tramf?r
Company's. 903 east Main street. Ch?a?.
peuWe and Ohio railway, and Richmond
and Peersburg railroad depote, and it
company's office, i212 eau Main ?tr??t
Ricnm3nd. Baggage checked ?hroiuth '
Mann*?* clo?ed on? hour b?f0re ialJln,
tl*?ielght received and fo. wari1,.
though b!U? Of ladinr issueTfo'r *?*
northern, eastern, and ?oreltfn pjg
FROM NEW YORK.
passeng?!? MS leav? OBijy, ^,c#p. -
?Ihv Bt 3 P. M. (baturday, 4 p***. ****
NoVlo'k or old Polat Co9ttt*JgM
mar With Norfolk and \\ e?tefn Yl,,ri
S PcCongeoke and Ohio taiiwa, ral,ro*d
Direst *^V-i4%awB^_*?fl rout?)
leaves ersrr saicrdaa a p, it y-A***
navgern and freight, and fr.i?t &
at_mc~i via Norfolk ??very ?kiTivriatr
r*?VK?'-vl'iiLJA? ut * -' M. "OW***???T
Sailings ' " -'/ , c?n'kan-''l ?'** No. _
North river, footof Beach street.
roSp&SaT^ 0fWar(1'd ******
F?r larth- J&fo .?o. BfP,. ,
UU east Me.n.fXat,
W. L- OulllaudM VW-PraalCant and
fraSto Manager. Now York._ jm %n
MONL? AND NuUkuiaK ^Mubmsmma
Appointed sailing ?Say?: Every TUES
DAY/; FRIDAY, and SUNDAY at day
Freight received daily until i P. M.
Fare (Including meal? ami bert'i-, jtj on
Friday'? and Sunday'? ?teamer.
For further Information apply to
J XV. M'CAflRI''K.
Qeasral Southern Agent Office. Ra.cket?.
W. P. CLYDE A CO.,
I?.** Ga.ne.nl A?. '" ?.'.Iphla
-CT?? ' '?J1? kS'l IIW **?*J*T?ws?a?aaMMaB_
"WHITE ?II.I'UIII AVATEH,
FROM THE OLD GREENBRIER
W? have thla Water now in both quart
and pint bottle?, fresh from the Springs.
* PURCELL. LAI ?1 j * ?CO..
Effective Ortob*v 2. I ?">?*
TRAINS LEAVE Kit H MORD, BROAD
0:OO A. M., Dally, wit a Parlor ear,
for Norfolk, Portsmouth.
Old Point. Newport News.
and principal station?. ? a
necta at Norfolk with sen
York steamers, except Sun
3:4.*. P. M., Dally, with Pullman, for
local aiatlon, Newport
News, old Pout, Norfolk.
and Portsmouth. Connects
?t Old Point with Washing
ton steamers dally, and with
# Baltimore steamers, except
10.2O A. M.. Day Express, with Parlor
car, except Suntlay, f->r Cllf
ton Forge. Connects at Gor
donsville for Orange, Cul
peper, Calverton, Manassas.
Alexandria, ano Washing
ton; at Union Station, Char
lottesvllle, for Lynchburg; at
Basic for Hagerstown.
8:1.1 P. M., Dally, wltli Pullmans, to
Cincinnati, LouiBVill?, and
St. Louis, connecting at
Covlngton, Va., for Hot
Springs. Stops only at im
portant stations*. Meals
served on dlnlng-car?.
N >. 7. Local Train, except
Sunday, follows above train
from Gordonsvllle to Staun
?:30 P. M., Accommodation, except Sun
day, for Doeweil,
10:34> p. M., Dally, for Cincinnati, with
F. F. V. Pullmans to Hinton. 4V.
Va., and Gordonsvllle to
Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals served on .lining
cars. Connects at Staun
ton. except Sunday, for
Winchester, Va., and at
Covlngton, Va., dally, for
TIsAIN?. LEAVE EIGHTH-STREET
10:30 A. It, Daily, for Lynchburg. Lex
ington, Va., and Clifton
Forge. Connects, except
Sunday, with Buckingham
and Alberene branches, and
at Clifton Forge with No. 1
5:O0 P. M., Except Sunday, for Colum
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND,
S.-OO A. M., Except. Sunday, from Dos
?:30 A. It, Daily, from Cincinnati.
10:18 A. ht, Dally, from Norfolk and
3:30 P. M., Daily from Cincinnati and
M P. M., Daily, from Norfolk and Old
T:4fi P. M.. Except Sunday, from Clif
TI4AINS ARRIVE EIGIITH-?t_TREET
8:40 A. Mm, Except Sunday'rom Colum
0:20 p. If., Daily, from Lvnchburg, Lex
ington, and, Clifton Fot*ge,
and, except Bundsy, from
N.w Castle and Rosney.
JOHN D. POTTn,
Assistant General raSBSHgSI Agent.
Schedule Effective October 0, 1808.
TRAINS I.EAV 17 RILMMUND, VA.
dany. for Ana?na, Augus-a, and
points South, ?n-eyer Ricnmond io
Dai.ville, uroeiisooio', ?ssliabury,
Charlotte, Cc-lumbia, and Augusia.
S.t.per open Al *M P. M. Stop?
at all station? between Richmond
and Dana-Ill? to take on. and 1st oil
Connects at Danvill?, Salisbury,
and Charlotte with m?, Washington
?ml Southwestern Limited [tie. ?7),
carrying sleep.-rs New York to
Ashevllle, Hot ?springs. Chattanoo
ga, and Nashville New York to
Mempt.-?, New York to New Or
leans, \cW Vurk to Tampa, and
hrst-clas? dally COSCh between
Washington and Mempnls- Connec
tions are made for all points In
Texas and California. Sleeper op?n
a-.-?*. &-" o?*-?pancy at j.m P. M.
1.?, 01 p. m , n,. 7, solid train, daily, for
Charlotte, N. C. connect? at Mose
lt?y with Farmvllle and I'owhaian
rullroac At Keysvllle for Clarks
ville, Oxford, Henderson, and Dur
ham, ana at Greensboro' for Dur
ham, Raleigh, ar.d Wlnston-Salem.
at Danville with No. 35. United
States fust mall, ?olid train, daily
for New Orleans and points South,
which carries ?leepers New York to
New (jrleans and New York to
Jacksonville. Tar-,ugh sleet,er Salltv
bury to Memphis; also, Pull
man tourist ?leeper every Wednes
day. Washington to Sun Francisco,
_ -^? Without change.
e.-OO }> M., No. 17. local. d?!lv. ex<"*pt
Sunday, for K*y?vlll?. Cha.se City,
and lntermealat* point?.
TRAINS ARH1VB AT Hi? H U.iM).
0:00 A. M.
a:2-3 P. M.. from Atlanta, Auruata,
A?hevlll_ und Nashville.
fcirtO A. If., from (.haae Cuy and Key?
1/?CAL FREIGHT TRAINS.
Nos. 61 ?nd ?, between Manchester apd
YORK-RIVER LUE n* nun ro..sT,
Oil- FAVORITE it'll I I NORTH,
?.?to p. m., No. iu, gauiiBora Limited
daily, axeept Sunday, fur West
Point, tiier? making clos? connec
tion on Monduys, Wednesday?, a.id
Fridays with steamer for Ralti
m re, al?o, witn stage at Lester
Manor foe Walkenou and Tappa
hannock on Tuesday?, Thursdays
and Sa ur?lays.
2.30 P. M., No. Il?, local express Mon
days, Wednesday?, and Friday? for
Wast Point and intermedian? 'sta
tions. Connects with ?tag? ui Les
ter Manor for V'alkerrbn and Tap
pahannuck ??so, at West **c;..t
witn ?tcamer for Bt.timor? Stop?
ai all station?.
6 00 A M? No. 4?, Local, Mixed. Leave?
daily, except Sunday, ft-oni Vir
ginia-Street Station for VT.st Point
and Intermediate ?fatfon?, connect
ing with ?tag? at Lester Manor tor
Walkerton ?nd f.np.hinnocic S
TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND.
*)it* A. hi., ??Xlf.
10.-40 a M, Wednesday? and Friday?
7.03 P. at., daily, except Sunday, /rom
Wagt Point and intermediate ?u
ajteamer? leave We?t Point at U p. m.
Monda??, Wednesday?, and Friday?, and
Baltimore at S p. M. Tu??day?, Thur?
dajs, and Saturday?.
Tl.'ket-offlce at ?tatlon. foot of Virginia
?treet. Open from 9 A M. to 6 p M .
?nd from 9:30 P. M. to 12 A. M. City ticket
office, MS east Main ?tr.et.
J. M GULP. W. A TURK.
Traffic M ?nag?-?/ Gen p??s. Agent.
FRANK S. GANNON, Third Vice-Pre?l
rtent and General Asanager. Washington.
C W. WESTBURY, Travelling Pas
s?n?er Agtnt. 920 east Main ?treet. Rich
m?-?n?1 V?_je M
DEPARTIR? OF STEAMER??.
Steamer POCAUu.MAM ,M>,i MON
DAY. 4VEDNE-DAY. and FRIDAY St T
A. M fu. Nor/oik. Portsmouth, Old Point.
Newport Nava?, Claremont, and James
river iaiiduit-, *'??- ?.oi.aecuog ai olU
Point and Noifolk fur Waahlngton. Balti
more, ?nd th? North
I'laie-room? reserved foi th? night at
model al? pit?--??.
Klectiic-car? direct to th? wbaif. Far?,
on?y i:--*) and J! to Norfolk. Music by
Frelaht received for above-named place?
and all point? la Kasterr, Virjauna ami
NarU Carolin*. IRVIN WKisloi-.R.
" G.neraj Managet?.
A. M. Drewry. Pry'd?nt.:_*?_ _
Ordera for printing atnt to he Dla
pach Company will be given prompt at
tention, and th? ?tyle of work and price?
will be ture to please you.
-aaaannnannn. ****** kl ?9n?
Ian? i?, ?nii?s,
l?AV? RICHMOND. ?YRla.?,...
STA 1 lUV.
g.4K? A. M.. RB-HMO.SD AND
* u.r^,01"? m i-i..
!? ?JO A. M.
burg. Wav??^raaa ?LT "
aW?-ond.?-Uaa ffca*^ ?Suff, a.
ceuttnl on im, u., "-1 *?
Ills' CHICAGO tXPKi ,
lumbufj and Chica?,, V
Tau p. M
knoxvllle, and ch?
at Ni,., f..il, ....*,'..
at Noifolk at iu ?u y ?
llsfjg P. M.. For Lynchburg ?, .M' ,.
no??. Con ne. u ?? 1 ,,
with Weaning' .,, .
tauooga 1.. ,'
n?spera R _,
phl? uii.aNe?* or
moud an! ?.
berths ready fur u
a? 9-00 1?. M ai. '
?an Sleeper Pat. ri
Train? arrive Richmond fro,/ 1
?urg and th?, West dallj , ,7 ft"
uid 8:W P M.. fr?m ;
Beat ??t U.-C* A. ??.. and V
JMITED al MS P. M.
?Jrtlce: M Main street.
R. W. C
District Pa?*-- vn?r?
W. B. BF.VI1 r.. nt
Oenern! Office: Ra-u- >k.
R P A P Ric?monl
Schedule In Lffeat May Ig, isajtj,
La?Ata, il* HjJ.ai tXAk. 1 BTATIgg,
? -?o A. ai., ijany, m tvMa
Poui?a uot-lh. Slop, ?liia ?
Mu ord and i- ?.?.r*
Vorlt?*11 * *"'* *- N?s
8-ao A.M.. Sou,lay on'y, foi v
ton nui pointa
at Lio?, Gl.o au??*: a.b.
land rai 1 ra?/Ule i^waii
Rather Glen. >, , ","'
f? r.i. W?jods ,o.
Biouke. and V
_._.., Pullman ,
B:45A.M,, Dally, ?xcept BAiii.lay for
Washington and ^ .,
North stop? at gib?. Asa
la: id, layloi*.?. ,?
R?ther Glen, ," no .
B u ni m 1 t, b r? :erlc??t>,. r?
;?!i>. except Smear, tot
I U 111 m 1 t, 1- 1, :?Jrtc?s'> . i
ii,?,ke. and Wldewaur
J>aahln?<tou" ai pol?lt
-Nur tli. Stop? 11 ?:.t*a i
VI*!-**. Aehland. Do???..
e1 ? r*J. "*? t.
Brooke. ana, .?id??,? -
Parior car. Als-, eoni ? ,
?vtih Congr? -,.. . ;. 1 ?L
T:1?P. M., Dally, for Waahlngtoa ans
pointa North Sioi,? ?t gib?.
Ashlam!. Do*?? 11
Fr< ?lerfcksburK Br?x?ke, ?i.J
widenater, ind other ? .
tlons Sundnv? Ble? per " ? ).
mom! to Ne?
AlUUVkS UVRD-STRBKT BT V l l.l.l
*?: "?> A. M.. Daily. Stops ?I tVl
in 00k,. Fr? ira, *,.
?.lba. and oth?i stat.oaa
Sunday?. Sle.-por N?w York
to Rich u.
if;?f> a. M. Daily, ?xcspt S mis | .,
at Wl.'ewater. - ?,
Guinea, 4\ o?, Isiane, X
Pen?la, Ruth. ?
well, Tayiorsvlil?, Ashlar.4
Glen Allen. I 1 Par
lor ear from \\ a- ?
7.-10 P.M., Dally. Stop* only 1
rlc?tabi't-- D. t? e:1., A?h
land, and Blbo, I'uliman c.r?
fsora New 1 >rk
8:B6 P. M.. Daily Ftcp? U W?dew?t*r.
Brooke. 1 -*' irt?,
H'imm!', Oul'i? ' ^
Mllford Pen ?la.
Glen T oswell. T?j
A.hlan?-. ?let A!!?n. ?nil
FREDERICK?.?'? ACrn?. ?Bin 4*. in*.
I^Dau.? ?ACtv* Buuu../ )
4:OOP. hi.. Lav?? Byiu?
H.WA.M., ArrlT?*? By.r*i''-- " - Si.tloa
(Dally except Sunuay.j
B:43 A M.. Leaven >. -?a.
?1:1MI P. M. Leaves Kit
B 40 A.M.. Arrive? Lib?.
? :00 P M . A rriveg Elba.
w p TATLOH Prsfflc I naga
E. T. D. Myers, President ap ?I
I r? [ ATLAaNTICCOlST
Sclaedul? lu LUcci juu? Mf, laasTt
rRAl.NS LEAVU RICIIMONII-l Mill
7:3a A. il., Sunday a
riv?-? Psteraburs * - -tu*?*l
all bt,,pa Kicnmoud ?a??
0:OO A. M , Dally. Arrive? ?
;? ;i A. M., Norl
M- Stop> onli ?
Waverly, and b'
t-****4 a M? Dally. Arriv? i
?.So A. M.. Weld 1
A. M., Fay Itsvlll?
Savannah 1- /' A. M . J" -;
?onvllle frM ?
'lampa l-g) 1' M '
?It WllMUll Witl
living Co I :
4Yilintngton 5:1? U .
man Sir. per N?W I .
2:65 P. M.. Dally. Local
burg l:U P. M. M?*?4
4;40 P. M., Sunday ace ?1 *
rive? peten - ? ,
Makes Sil I
an i Petereharg
6:30 P. M.. DaliJ Arrl? -
6 7-") P. M. U k,
*?toi?s in, hm?
b-ig raii.? -
17:30 P. hi-. Daily. Arn w -
I ?M P. M
N ,'f. ik and W?
Norfolk an,' ?
point?. Prnip >rl ,
n-cta witn A
|.' , "on*? Betw. '
and Lawren ?a
14_- p. m , r?
A. M . C!, II
?onvllle 1 P V. 1
8 15 P. M.
NBW LINK .
GEOHGI-4 POU x '
In? AlK 1. 7 '
X 1>? A M . U
Atlanta 12:15 P M
81?-ep?r? Ne?. S
mliivt.iii. Jacks .
Tampa. Alken. A ::
?St P. M., Dslly An .- . ?
'.? IX P. M . W?
M. Makes I
tween Pstersl ira. 1
1-40 P. M . Daily. \ "
A. M . I vi <
AM.!: 4 ?
KliBtol 1 ' rA ?' M
"?-.-n.r Richmond t^
TRAIN? ARRIVK lilt BUMTSSB,
4.00 a. M.. D.uiy, from ? *
?aiiuah. Ci. A
Mujer. A igual*.
pointa South- .,
? 16 A. M.D.iy. except Sunday. A'
l.i1,' ? \
derson. Lynchl rK
?:3T A M . Dslly. Pet?
ttisj A. M .Su la? .
Lynol.burg, .... !
IOS A. M.. Dally, Norfolk, S ."f-tk. so?
I ?bill K
6.40 P. MA Dally. Jack???n?:
^ nah. Charleston. -
ton. OolJaboiV. -
t bints 8 ..ib , ...
6.56 P. M.. l?!?i!>. Norfolk, s ft k. v,?
V?. ly, ant r - R
6:56 P. M., Du.'.y. Petersburg. Ld
burk. and the ?4 ?
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