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::1)H.: :1)H. LNGRASI BITTEN,
MAScnKsTKn riivsicjAX:: attack
■ ■•■ ".""■ .' ' ■ ■■- '■■--• -
r,n my vicious IJO«.
PEEKISS: TEEN TO COPTY JAIL.
SrMvetnV <;rnmV *Inry iVili J'rolmWy,
ffi,« ' : ./'■" - ■ : . ' ■-' - -'■ '■■■ ■
Be SMinTOoncil-Coßrl to Convene.en
>loiiO»)~.V WBson X<»v of Social
F«MlvllION-AV«\t-l-n«l Confcrcnoc.
— : • --•
l>r. Lawrence Insmm, of this city, was
-Jsli^tiy bfttcn by n doR-Jast Jiight. lio
'was oil ;i visit to a-pritic'nt hv the v;cst
'-icmi'of .tho city. He was approaching the
if.'iwidcncc: whon r.iot "oy a s^hvplicrd Jog.
f-whicii k»vc 'him ri most cordinl greeting.
-.Tho <'.<>g. however, was a deceitful beast.
hTbeiiirst chance he sot he crept around
: the ■■physician a:jd dtovc his fangs into
i-'thp...'per.llciaa;n*si icpr. penetrating all' the
clothing.; and not by Vu-y- '-means sparing
, the Hcsh. "
~?Mr. SaF; Moore, of Xo. TM west Ninth
Utreet, jumped from .1 Yreight train near
*32ock Castlo Monday and broke his. right
?Itk ''ust bftlov.- ihe knee. He was brought
to iiis home that r.iglu, where Dr.
fMatliows reset the leg.
\>'” KOARD OF HEALTH "JO MKETJ'
.;': The Manchester Board of .Health \vill
in tot on next Monday evening. This is
itJieannual inecting of the bonrd. At this
iilmo' L">r. 'liigrani. the president., will pre-
i 'seij t'.hi? annual re^cru The.', year has
been marked in Manchester by unusually
good health:- —
: . The Street Committee he3d its regular
ineetv.ip .in the oflice of the City Kngi
;iie<:r -last! riisht. Tsothing beyond routine
business was transacted.
The West-Knd Methodist church h«';d
its: first quariorly eonterenee last night.
])r.! "vV, V. Tudor, the presiding elder of
thivAVest Richmond IJlstrlc!, was present.
arid presided over the exercises. The; eon-.
<!HJon of the church was reported to be
CpurJshins.
PIvIIKIXS NOW IX COUNTY JAIL.
"■David Perkins?, the negro yous'lr whom
Sirs:' -Martha J. Colqirltt. of-:-. Richmond,
pays attemr ted to conimh eriiv.i::al as
isai:h on her near "J3on : Air Monday atter
jioon. was taken to ihc Chesterfield coun
ty ja'l yesterday morning.
?;Pcrhsns spent Monday night" jn the
MiuicJVestcr police, station. Yesterday
jnom!:ig Policeman Alvis, of Swaiisboro*.
•took him to the county jail by the it
6'c3ocic Ooast-T-ine train.
pjhfl&e-' Williani I. Clopton. of the Coun
ty' Court, snid to a Dispatch ■writer yes
terday that he could not yet say whether
he would empanel a special grand jury,
to \su in this case or not, U« had to con
{ult" with the Commonwealth's Attorney.
Mr. P. V. Cbgbill, before a definite <leci-
t jc:! was reached. Mr. Cogbill will be in
Manchester to-day to meet Judge Clop
(011.
Judpre ClOpton is inclined Jo believe
ihat a grand jury will be summoned at
>nee. The County Court convenes in
: egi:lar term on next Monday,
i Indianola Tribe. No. 5, Red 31en. has
sleeted .xhc foil owing officers : Prophet,
IL'.H. Ba'il^y; Sachem, 111 S. Taylor; Se
iior' Sagamore. .C. L. Fortune: Junior
Sagamore, W. T. Hart: Chief of Records,
2. : S. -Wells: Collector of Wampum, E. K.
Sampson; Keeper :ol Wampuns, J. L.
vlurin. This tribe v.-ill meet again next
Monday nisht.
• DELIGHTFUL SOCIAL SEASON.
is a delightful social season in
\lanchr j ster. • "
S3lr. and Mrs. W. 11. Owens recently 011
ertaihed 3lr. Owens's Sunday-school
lass at their home. No. HIS Bainbridge
treet. ; Among those present were 31is.-cs
iadic Reed. Nellie Reed. Annie Lumpkin,
Jabel Owens.'-': May Lipscomb. Bessie Be
•i:\*." Agnes BeVille, Leiia Roach. Josie
:iiclAHce Mcßae; Messrs. Arthur Owens,
blirc B. Lipscomb. "William Topham. Os
ar Owens, Samuel Hawks, Maury Per
!u'e",-Knrvie Harding.
rjudge and Mrs." B. A. Hancock enter-,
alned a fcv.- of their friends* Informally
londay night. Among those lu-eseov
.•ere Misses' Imogen Gregory. Mamie
laf\-ie, Berdie Clash, Annie and Jbsie
»ayne, 3iattie Pettigrew; Messrs. Win
ton Payne, Allie Garthright, Ollyn Greg
ry.Cu i-rv Gregory, Allen Pettigrew, Dr.
jovins. Judge and 3lrs. Gregory.
•Miss Frederica Lamb, of west Thir
eefith •street, grave an informal reception
t: her home Monday night in honor of
er'guests— Misses Batelielor, of Wirision,
rrC, and Acree, of Petersburg' The la
ips. present were Misses Mary Batche
>r" Acree: Florence liawkes, of
•ortsmouih; Annie and Callie Taylor,
ielia O'Brien, Craig. Emma and Fred
rica- Lamb. The gentlemen were John
:> v ljipscomb. Lynion B. and Mar]; R.
.ioyu, Victor Hayne, Loraine Fendley.
rbrvell Betts. Willie and James Craig.
;:= CHARMING NEW-YEAR'S-TEA.
A charming New- Year's lea was given
v Mrs AY. H. White, at her home. No.
4 : Dt-catur street. New-Year's: night m
orior of her Sunday-school class. Tne
riliiantiy-lighted parlors resounded with
ie?.morry voici-s of the young people
ntil about 10:30, when refreshments were
irved in the most graceful manner, af
\r which games were again indulged in
iitil nearly miunjßlu. Then "good
ights' 1 -were said, and many fond wishes
>r thoir teacher, and hostess were ex
re.ssed;
PERSONALS AND BRIEFS
1-arge crowds i'of ..Richmond as well as
"aiichestor people are skating at Forest
ill daily.
Miss Kosa Parrish has not been so yreil.
if; the last two days.
Judge and Mrs. Clopton -returnee 31on
tv from Washington. D. C. where: they
ive spent the holiday s visiting relatives
S that; city.
Sirs, Kate C. Vadcn. of No. 120 Cowardin
?ohue. who is! in "Washington
>V brother. Mi. George Porter, writes
rat she is having a very cnjoyab3e time.
(OT CAl'TAiy FSIA.MC I.M«»OIJK>'-
vrnx Not He Killed in Honduras;
''■■': JJitt yiv. XnXz-*: J«»Ij«>«1««.
['{was not Captain Frank Imboder. who
is killfd in Honduras, about the mid
eof r.'ecember, as the press dispatches
id l~ Jt was. •
■Japiain "Fmnk" is; safe; but it was.J-is
other,: jake. "Little Frank, the nephew.
I the ;well : known| Captain, -is also safe.
Ji* ir.u-lliKc-nce comes to Richmond by
letter from Mrs. Snyd.-r. of- JCnoxville,
daughter "/of .'General John G. Imbodcn,
!Mr B Taylor McCue, of ihis cily.
[■here has been a rood deal of m'.sun
rKtaridin? about v.-Lo of the Inibodens
;k killed, but Mrs. Snyde'r assures 31r.
bu<?.-:tl>at her information, published
ove,' is absolutely correct.
;j»iir«li-li.JJ| HrnsiclJ of S. V. C. A
rhr- brunch held its meeting yesterday
\XoV 2VjI east Grace street;, with n y >
Jnv.:st iffatftd during the past, three
feifs;? toS and .cats °^f T'^-o4
recs kiiled . =i ; owner fin<-d <10. for v. ork
<A mubi in bad condition. .
&r« Joseph Bryan, and Messrs, Walter
Williams ' and William C. Camp were
•cted : members of tin*, branch.
jfijKf^P SURE
Bli fesJb CUR. E»
H^XiNIMKXT IX THE WOUUJ FOR
[jums X<;Uriilgia. .Sprains, Bruise:-, Frost {
I !«•»>*-• 55or<-. Tired, and Tender F«»ef j
od 'for WHISJSI-MKN'. HAL-). PLXY-"
>S£ AND OTHER ATHLETJ-IK. / Cure I
aranto«d'Jn severest and most stubborn j
H^. J>D ii CO., !
street, j
Vu. j
''Welcome; Evil, If,
Thou 'Contest Alone.''
:': ' One evil thai cannot come
alone is impure blood. If
this 'as: allowed, it is at
tended By> kindred ailments
galore. This con di t ion
means that every vein and
artery of the body, instead
of carrying to the organs a
health-giving flow of life,
is laden with a. stow .and
impure fluid that is harm
ing instead of healing.
It is unfortunate <wkcn there is "bad
blood"- inside of you. Hood's Sarsa
parilh-wilt not make enemies friends,
but it 'will make "bad blood" good
Hood, and blood should be of the besi
quality. Hood's never disappoints.
Grip —"After a severe attack cf grip,
my health «ryas poor. I got no relief un
til T used Hood's Sarsaparilla, <which did
<zmat <was needed, purifed my blood."
M. M. Sfczvzrt, Orizaba, Miss.
Liver Troubles— "My ™fc and 1
3.tc advanced in years nr.d hsKie derived
great benefit from Hood's Sarsap&rdla.
for liver and stomach. We do not think
of being r aithoui it a.nd Hood's Pills."
Hiram Hervey,~Blissfie!d, ZMich. ,
I5ooi1"s Pills cure iivor ill*: tiie 'non-irril.itinp and
only csiiiartic to lake \vit)i iK-od*? Sgrsa^arilia.
IXIJICTKD FOUAUSTI.VS .JUiKDKIt;
flriiiitl Jury Kinds n True 11511. ill
This and Other Cns«*.
Tlic grand .iurj' met in the Hustings
Court yesterday and returned the follow
ing true bills of indictment:
Albert Grundy, alias Albert Coleman.
for the murder of i Policeman Robert
Austin.
William Miller, for the murder of Bev
erly Christian. . .
James Firth, for malicious assault.
Juiiius Coil's, for house-breaking.
Joseph Gray; for burglary.
Walter Turpiri. house-breaking.
Evanna Fortune, for burglary.
Lawrence Milburn, for house-breaking.
:':.- Joseph i.Jlosby, Cor maliciou.-? v,-oi:nding.
Philip Gresham; malicious wounding.
James Mayo, Car:. Carter. GeraSd
Daniels; robbery.
George Brawn, alias Fred Richardson,
house-breaking.
Patrick Harris, two charges of burg
lary.
The Fleming ■& Christian Company has
been chartered in the City Circuit Court.for
the purpose of; conducting a staple and
fancy grocery and tobacco business. The
capital stock is to be 1 not less tlian ,.?2o,oCo.
nor more than 525.000.' The following are
the officers: Hampton Fleming. "president:-
Percy C. Christian, vice-president: liives
Fleming, secretary and treasury; Di
rectors—The above, and W. L. FtJiiing, O.
D. Minor, and Sanford Fleming.
In the.Law and Equity Court, a vedict
was returned for thu defendant, in the
case of A. L. Braver against Swift & Co.
The. plaintiff claimed: $l"i 3 salary. In the
case of Henry W. Fisher against N. F.
Jacobs, in which the. plaintiff, claimed a
watch, valued at .$25. the' jury found for
the plaintiff in the sum of SS.SO.
A marriage license was issued yesterday
to- George Byers Rodgers and Annie Mez.
Minson.
TREATED THEJ! TO A 3IARRIAGB.
.lustico .Tolm Ilns iv Xuntial Ivirot
Tied for JJonciit of His Guests.
Good resolutions are still having some
effect- upon the attendance upon Justice
John's Court. Yesterday morning not a
person came before him charged with
violating the ordinances of the city. And
he had very few criminal cases.
Justice John is a fine entertainer. Yes
terday he surprised his guests by having
a marriage ceremony performed in court.
Ltwis Gibson, a colored youth, was
charged with betraying Kate White under
promise of marriage. Gibson consented
to marriage, and so did the woman. So
;■ colored minister was .seemed and thu
matrimonial knot was tied then and
there. ■
Kato Jefferson, a colored woman, was
charged with entering box-car No. 7S7G,
of the Chesapeake and Ohio railxcad, ana
stealing a lot of 'coal. She was sent to
jail for ten days, in default tff .§IOO se-
C .-Walter Hayes (colored) was up for being
a suspicious character. He was sent to
■iaii for ninety days.
* Henry Jones (colored) .was drunk on tne
street * But Justice John let him go.
John Marshall alias Sherwood March
(colored) was also a suspicion.-; character.
He went down for thirty days.
SEKVAXT OIKL HADtY lII3UNED.
She Used Kerosene in Make a Fire—
Fircmaii CIiiI!e(l-I.«st His Toe.
Maggie Johnson, a servant girl em
pibyed at No. 2C5 north JEiglueeikh street,
■was severely burned yesterday morning.
It happened about 7 o'clock. The -girl
attempted to make a fn-e with the use
of kerosene. The names, llaringup, caught
her "dross.-. and rapidly climbed hrfr body.
The burns about her neck and lace were
very painful 'a rid dangerous. The "ambu
lance,'Jn .charge -of Dr. Cunningham, was
calied, :md the girl; was treated. She is
expected to yet well.
■Mr. Mercer. Ball, a member of the Fire
Department, who was engaged in-- fight
ing the lire in the Pace llloc-k yesterday,
morning:, had a chill. Dr. Cunningham,
in charge of the ambulance, was called;
arid- 1 Sir. Ball was " treated, and turned
over to Dr. JSdward McCarthy, i the phy
sician to the department.
The ambulance at 10 o'clock yesterday
went to the -Tredegar-Works.: ■ A man
named Purcell had had the great toe- of
his right foot mashed oii. He was treat
ed and left. .
Appeal for <lie Fultor. Poor.
The poor of Ful ton have suffered a good
d«-al for the past week. '
Rev; B. Cabcll Heniiifig, pastor 01 the
Fulton !>apti!-;: church, has attended to
many calls tor aid. He has given his
persona 1 attention to each ease and has
a'Ueviii'.fd much suffering. He is now out
of funds, and appeals to the public. He
'nays' there are many cases hi Fulton
which need and deserve immediate, help.
if friends' of . the ; deserving - s noor will
leave money at Harrison's drugstore. F.
H. GsJ"b'.:r's grocery-store, the residence
of Rev. Jlr. .-J-Jennijig.. -J-Jennijig. No. 700 Graham
street, or at : the Dispatch ollico. Mr. 11 fin
ning says he will take the pains to in
vestigate.; each ease whore application is
mniJv. and will distribute the money
wJiore it will do most good.
Mr. DufVroji in HtiJilvruplcy.
ilr. -William Daffron filed a. petition in
bankruptcy in the United States ■Di.stri<:t
Court yesterday, with liabilities SS.iM.Gi,
and assets nothing.
Mr.' Daffron states that all his libilitics
were contracted before his assignment in
ISOo. but were not covered by that assign
ment. .".- ■ .
Small Fire on Clay Si re«-l.
A small lire occurred ytsterda'y morning
at the corner, of Smith and Clay streets.
A still alarm was turned in. and the
blaze was put out by the department bo
fortv any considerable damage had been
done. The loss was trifling. .
HimihiK AppoiiitnirntM •fory.laminry.
-Tlit; following are the hunting appoint-.
ni '.-nis of -ill" Dovjj Run Hunt. Club for
January: Wednesday. January 'M. New
Tflß Bl@gONi>: DISPATCH-WEDNESDAY, J^Nt^^jjg^
I?esorvolr, 3:.i0.P. M.rSatui^ay, January^
GUi, Westbrook gate; 3:3O'P. I M.;:Wednes
day, January 10th/ '"Fair-Grounds,; 3:30.-..r ; _
M.: Saturday/January 13th, ..Ri0 Vista,
3:30 P. M.; Wednesday, January 17th,
kennels, ; 3:30 P. M.; Saturday, January
20th, Chant Illy? 3:30 P.. M.; Wednesday,
January. LMth.jXow Reservoir. 3:30 P. ; M.;
Saturday. January 27th. Rio Vista, 8:30 P.
M.; Wednesday, January 31st, Labur
num, ":30 P. M. "-.• : "
TJII3 ItOJJKKTS CASK.
PoMHiliJy Two Hcportu, llut Hoth
AftJiiJiNt .tlic Mormon.
WAStIIXGTOX, D. C., January 2.—.
The report of the committee of the. House
of Represcntntives i which is investigating
the case of Mr. Roberts, of Utah, will be
made soon, aflcr Congress reassembles,
a nd there is reason to believe the majori
ty report will 'recommend that: Roberts
be excluded from.- the .House, and that
he be not permitted, under his ei-cden
tials. to exercise any prima facie right of
being sworn in.
Whether the report, will be unanimous
is open to doubt, as three of the members
of the committee arc; not. counted on as
positively: favorable to the course indi
cated, and this may result in the submis
sion of a minority report The minority
view, if submitted., will probably deal
-with the; prima facie right to be sworn in
on credentials which are regular, and
will recommend that Roberts be sworn
in and thereafter expelled.
The committee will lesume'.its hearings
on Thursday at 11 o'clock. The" testimony
is closerl. however. Chairman Taylor, of
Ohio, haying 1 :: hoard that the remaining
witnesses in Utah will not come on. It is
said, therefore, that Thursday will he
given to Mr. Roberts for his argument:.
A vote is likely to follow, the-latter part
of the week.
T^VO SKXATOItS TO HKTIKE."
S'eJVlier Yckl "'. X«r Tlsiivstoii: Will
. Sei-Ic Hc-13Iccli«n. ■•'■...-■
(Philadelphia Press.)
V, T ASIIIXGTOX. January I.— The an
nouncement of Senator Vest, of Missouri,
that he will not be a candidate for re
election was not surprising to his friends
here. Mr. Vest has aged. very much in
two or three Years, and it was a- matter
of general remark at the beginning ol
this session how sickly be looked. It has
been a wonder to some i'of. bis friends
here that he should continue "in "public
life for the remainder of bis term,, which
will not expire until March 3, .1903.
Senator Thurst'oiis of Nebraska, an
nounced come time ago that he would
not be a candidate for re-election, and
this statement he has just reiterated.
Snonijin"- on this tioint. be said:
"I siiali not De a canuiuaie wi 'pv^,
tion. I want to get out of official life,
and have long ago declared that I wiii
not be a candidate again, but 1 expect
to t.ike as active an interest in the cam
paign in Nebraska and work as hard for
the" return of two Republican senators
from that; State as if I myself expected
to be one of them. The outlook :is mag
hificeiit: I have absolute confidence that
the -will carry the country
at the next election." .
Our Siifforinw Toor,
o the Editor of the Dispatch:
We all know there is intense suffering
•ith our jioor people during this long-
continued ; bitter-cold weather, inoso.^i
authority should permit every one to go
to the gas-house and fill their baskets,
bags boxes, push-carts, nnd wheelbar
rows with coke. That would give tempo
rary relief I think the soup-house would
relieve hundreds of hunger. There are
large of bones "that could 00
•^otten from the butchers at a nominal
cost." They "make -the Richest- kind of
soub. Very truly, N. C. S., M. D.
To Cure Lit Grippe in Tivo Cays
lake Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets.
Druggists refund money if fails to cure.
E. "wT Grove's signature on each box. 25c.
MEKTIXGS.
Richmond. Ya.. December 30, 1599."
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS of the VIRGINIA
TRUST COMPANY will be hoid at its
office, in the city o'£ Richmond, Vti., at
1" o'clock M. on TUESDAY. January 10,
!900 JOHN MORTON,
•de 31-td • SecrGtary.'Ssi;
The State Bank of Virginia,
■ Richmond. December 2S, IS9H.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I ■■ STOCKHOLDERS OB* THIS BANK will
beh eld in their banking- house on WED
NESDAY January 30. IPOO, at 12 o'clock
X " ' WILLIA3I 31. HILL..
do 29-td Cashier.
The Savings Bank of "Richmond,"
Richmond. Ya.. December 3SOLK
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIE
STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS BANK will
be held at the banking-house THURS
DVY. January 11, l£oO. at 4 o'clock P. 2.1.
JAMES 31. BALL,
. de 2S-td Cashier.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
RICHMOND TRUST AND SAFE DE
POSIT COMPANY will be held at the
company's offices. No. !'22 east Main
street Richmond, Va.. on WEDNESDAY,
January W, 1000, at 12 M. ucacet^
-de27-t Ja 10 in Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE GERMAN
AMERICAN HANKING AND BUILD
ING COMPANY will be held at the com
pany's office "on WEDNESDAY,'':. January
10 1900, at 1 o'clock P. M.
CHARLES K. WILLTS,
do 27-t.TalOin Secretary and Treasure.
First National Bank,
Richmond. Va.. December "3, ISOD.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS BANK will
be held at its banking-house. No. 1101
! east Main street, this city, on TUESDAY,
January sth, beginning at 12 o'clock M..
for the 'election of directors and such other
business as may be presented.
11. C. BURNETT,
dc 23-tJa3inc Cashier.
Union Bank of Richmond,
Richmond. Va., December 21, 1599.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE STOCKHOLDERS' OF THIS
B-YNK will be held in the First National
Bank building £t 12 o'clock Id. on THURS
DAY, January 11, l'.«0.
J. B. BEASLEY, .
de 22-td Cashier. ■';
CORPORATION . 3IEETING. i
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
CORPORATION" OF "TilK SISTERS OF
THE BLESSED SACRA 3IEN-T FOR IN
DIANS- AND COLORED .'.PEOPLE IN
'"VIRGINIA" will lie held at St. Elizabeth's
Convent. Mjiml, Bucks county, Pennsyl
:'vania', on WEDNESDAY, January 3, 11KX),
at 2 o'clock P. 31.
ANNIE E. M'C ANN,
de 19-tJa3in_ Secretary.
" NOTICE.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THn
STOCKHOLDERS of the MERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK OF RICHMOND wi:i
be held at their banking-hoiise,. on TUES
DAY, the 9lh day of January, 1000. at 12
o'clock 31. JOHN F. GLENN.
de 10-Sun&Wtd, Cashier.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL "MEETING
OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
DISPATCH COMPANY will be held at
their office on. TUESDAY, the 9th day of
January, 1000, at 11" o'clock M.
■H. THEODORE ELLYSON,
; do 29-td Secretary.
l^^»CilllMi
$¥OU FEMALE ISOUBIESi
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1 STOP THAT HEADACHE. |
M N°/ifi?iphpn o Will On it ' I
|3 ' Price. 35c M.
I T. A. M!LLERvS!9 E. BROAD ST. |
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oiiicu- - - • .'.; • ;■■' • : ■.-.' ..•
MILLER CHINA CO,, 109 Bet.7^st an f d Second.
i Our annual inventory sale commences to-day, and will continue for two weeks,
which' Avill give you an opportunity to select from our immensestock of : . : ,
CHINA, GLASSWARE, AND HOUSEFDRNISHING GOODS
such bargains as were never before offered in this city. Remember, this sale to con
tinue for two weeks only— all goods to be sold at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
Positively no goods -charged during this great i-e=
duction safe. Come earty arid make your selection..
M II TCD 'fIJIM A Pli 809 E. Broad Street,
ILL : EK/-VnIJNA: ; tU.,;..- Bet. First and Second.
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607 E Broad St. I
SIXTY STYLES, !
ALL WIDTHS
From 7\ to &B. j
[so IS-F.Suu&Wl [
1 FOR PURE BREATH. I
I Mouth-Wash No. 4. §
§sj Your dentist will tell you so. : M
T. A. 3IILLE R, 519 east, Broad street. M
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JDIVIDEXD NOTICES.
Virginia State Insurance ComDany,
Richmond. Va.. December 23, 1593.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
this company have this day declared a
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND OP THREE
PER CENT, (free of tax), payable to the
stockholders on and after JANUARY 2,
1900. Checks will be mailed.
V CHARLES K. WILLTS,
' de 29-10t Treasurer.
First National. Bank,
Richmond, Va., December -7, ISO!).
THE DIRECTORS OF THIS: BANK
have this day declared a DIVIDEND OF
FOUR PER CENT.,, out of earnings of
the past six months, free of all' taxes,
payable to .shareholders on and after
'JANUARY 2, 1900. '
£de 29-1w ,;..- H. C. BURNETT, Cashier.
National Bank of Virginia,
United States and State Depository, .
Consolidated September 27, 1599.".
National Bank of Virginia;
' \ . Citizens' Exchange Bank, ;
Richmond,, Va.. December '11, 1899:
THE DIRECTORS. OF. THIS BANK
have to-day declared the usual semi
annual : dividend .op^: per
CENT;- out; of the earnings of- the past
six months, payable on and after JANU
ARY 2,-1900. T. X: SANDS.
de23-10t .' --Cashier. ■
. .■■• ■■■■•■ The State Bank of. Virginia,
. • Richmond, Va., December 21, ISU9.
■ THE' DIRECTORS OF' THIS BANK;
HAVE DECLARED A DIVIDEND OF
THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT./"
payable on and after JANUARY' 2, IMO.' "
- '■' ■■". "•'": : WILLIAM M. "HILL,
de -22tJal - . ■ ./Cashier. , ..;
Wonfl'Q are Largely used m £
VsisUU O OpO.UO; even- Southern State X
and have achieved the highest-reputation £
for quality, productiveness and. adapta- A
bility to our Southern soil and climate. A
THE HEW CEKTURY ISSUE OF WOOD'S \
DESCRIPTIVE GATALOSUE is fully abreast Q
of the times, and gives the fullest mioi-
mation about di "
Seeds For Southern Planting. \
It should be in the luiuds of aU who i
plant seeds, and we will mail it free upon ,\
receipt of postal request. y
LW. WOOD '& SONS, Seedsmen,- i
RICHMOND, -. VJRSIHIA. \
Coming In With"
Flying Colors
and a blare of trumpets, the New Year
and dawn of a new century will soon,
justfis our new styles of Carriages are
coining into the favor and esteem of ; the
public, after using them with comfort
and satisfaction. Our fine display of
well-built and handsome BUGGIES,
TRAPS, SURREYS, PHAETONS, and
VICTORIAS are the best ever seen in
the city, and are always reliable.
: 1855-1899.
A POPULAR TOOTH POWDER,
J-T-— / Extensively
L»iUflrl!d.l U sed and rec-
CAM.EHORATED ] ' . ,
SAPONACEOSS jom mended
DESPFRICF by Dentists
for TREy for over 40
■^^TeVEK^vITkSIE, 25 CENTS.
. (fa 10-W 1 y) -_^
gpsS^a Alimentary
Is highly recommended as a remedy for
lung diseases and as a preventive tor
typhoid, malarial, and all kinds of fevers.
Ayrentis, K. "Fongcra A: Co., Xciv Yorlc.
(oc 25-\Vs'2t) .
DEPAUTURK OF STEAMERS.
il ALD DOMINION
■ vJ'
llfW^- STEAMSHIP COMP AN V.
jyw. £ y^x ■ 3
1 DAILY i.JNB FOU
I NEW YORK.
Passengers can leave Richmond daily
via Chesapeake -and Ohio railway; at
!> A. Al., or Richmond and Peters
burg railroad (Norfolk and Western route)
at i) A. M. .connecting at Norfolk .with
Old: Dominion-Line steamer, sailing same
evening at <-> o'clock for New York;
AH-vater route steamer leaves Rich
mond via James-river route every Mon
day r> P. M.
Tickets on sale at Richmond Transier'
Company's, '..oo3. east Main street: Chesa
peake and Ohio railway, and liicn
mond and Petersburg railroad depots and
at Company's ortice. 1222 east Main street,
Richmond. Baggage checked through.
FREIGHT
for New York and all points boyond can
be shipped daily, except Sunday, by di
rect steamer MONDAY, and by auxiliary
steamers the other days oi" !he week at
5 P. M;., carrying freight i.nd steerage
passengers to' 1 Norfolk, v.-here connection
is made with main line.
Mianifest closed one hour before sailing
time.
Freight received and f-.rwarded, and
through bills of lading issued for all
northern, eastern, and /-jreign ports.
from; new york.
Passengers can leave cliiil;- (except Sun
day) at ;: P. M. (Saturueiy. 4 p. M.) to
Norfolk or Old Point Comfort, connect
ing with" Norfolk and Western railroad
or Chesapeake and Ohio railway.
Direct steamer (passengers and freight)
via James river leaves evoryv SATURDAY;
4 P. M.
Freight for Richmond received and for
warded daily, except Sunday, at It P. M ,
SATURDAY -I P. M. .
Sailings from Company's Pier, No. 2G
North river, foot of Beach street.
For further information apply to
JOHN". F. -MAT Eli, Agent;
1212. east Main street, ;
Richmond. Va.
H. 13. WALKER, J; .f. HKOW'N.
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt;
General Ortices: Pier 2G, N. It.. New
York. • • de :7
/^lyde ss t b a msuip i^m
\j . company. -i*>^^
PHILADELPHIA, KiCli3lONi> . .-\.i\D
IsOKj.'>jL>_ STEAj«lL ; iili' LlNE. •■'•
Appointed sailing days: r-'very TUES
DAY, FRIDAY, and SUNDAY at day
light.
Freight received dally until 5 P. M.
Fare (inciue»ng. meals and berth), $6, on
passenger stoamers.
Tor 'urther information aoply to
J. W. M'CARRICK,
Ganeral Southern Agent; Olilco. Rocketts.
W. P. CLYDE & CO..
M 17 General Agents. Philadelphia.
\HBtt*^'. VIRGIHIi -MIaIoI
'Wv^^ ' COMPANY.
v %™^^ JAMES . : RIVER
.%- DAY LINE.
Steamer POCAHO-NTAdrluavw 31OJN
DAY, WEDNESDAY, ami; FRIDAY, at 7
A. M. for Norfolk. Portsmouth. Old Point -
Newport News. Claremont.. and Jaiuea
.river landinss. anci ■"■ ccEiieoting at Oid
Point and Norfolk for W'usljlngton. Lai
tiniore. and the North:
State-rooms reserved for the night at
moderate prices. - - -
Electric-cars direct to the wharf. Faro
only 5L50 and ?1 to Norfolk. '- Masle by
Grand Ct'chestrion.. J
Frolsh: received for above-named places
and all points in Eastern Virginia ana 1
North Caiolinu. IRVIN ,WJEISIGSP. "
. Genoral. Manager.
E.r A. Barber, Jr.. Secretary. ;> r . m y 3
OLD PAi'ISUS FOU SALIi
_ ' . at • . •
"- jlae.'PEß HUNDRED
'- : at : tno: - : v '. ./; .
• DISPATCH OFFICE;' .- ' , "
«tk SOUTHERN
l^ri^iiiw
Scbodulo Effective November 14, J tW.
TUAIHSLEAVE iUr.IOIOXD, VA.
li:oo p. ii. No. U/^outnerii ;^xpreb3,
daily, for Atlanta. ■; Augusta.- **£''
, . sonvlUe, and . points ; Soutlu. sleeper
. for> Dan vilie,. Greensboro, aaua
burr, and ■Char'.otte, v oi>e« r at -ucn
mond 9:30 P. M. Stops for p»s3en
gers at local stations. ,i rhn-
.■■:■■■■:Connects at Danville afdxna.
' lotto, with New York ns.d Florida
Express (No. carrying- tnrou»n
sleepers between .^NeW.lorK^^.iu
Tampa, with connections 11
Florida points. Also, connects at
• Danville and Char.otte with Wash
ington and Southwestern H'n^d
(No. ZT). carrying through sleepers
. between New Voi): and NashviUe,
; New York and Memphis;, New /ork
and: New Orleans;- aUo, wnmaa
tourist sleep Mondays,; .■. ■ W ediics
days, and Fridays W ashmgton to
San Francisco; without change,
with coiineciloiis loivall points in
Texas! Mexico, and California. _
ia:Ol l-.-.M, No. 7, .'solid train dalljrro
Char Jo tie. N; C. S'o nneC , r VA-*w-n
ley with FarxnvlUe and Po*hatan
rallroan. At KiysvUle for Cla^ks=
ville. «.'r:ord, Henderson ana lJur
ham and at Greensboro for" Dur
ham, 'Ralo'B.3. and jVlnstP"-?,^ l , 6.^6 .^
at Dr.uvtllo v;itn No ?m.
State:* fast mail, solid ; train ,_da ly
for New OHeatid and points South,
' which carrlf.- sleepers New ioric
10-r:»w Orleans and New \ork to
J.vrkscnvH.la and Miami, for Nassau
n;..l Ilabana. Through sleeper S£
ll?b\Vi-v to Memphi". .., .
«OO J >f" No. 17, local, uaily except
Sunday, f-.r KoysvlUe and inter-
TIIAIJfS 1 Al?m"vE IX RICUXOSD.
«':-5 VM ) From Atlanta, Augusta,
AshevHle. and all points South.
8-40 A M.V from Keysville and local
TP.AIXS.". >
Nob. i.Vnml 62, between Manchester on<X
Neapolis.
YOBK RIVER LINE, v i=o£f x
" 'i'Hls''irAVOKS'i'jQ ZIOCTI3 NOKTU.
OjISAVS 2l£Cl3llO>'b.'"
•1:30 P. ii:, 10, Baltimore ljidted,
diily, except Sundays, for West
point and Intermediate stations,
making close connection at "Weat
Point with steamer for Baltimore
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri
days.
P- M-, No. 10, local express, Mon
days, Wednesdays, and Fri
days fur West Point ana
lnternie&mte stations- Connects
with stiigo at Lester Manor for
:\Valkerton and Tappahannock;
also, at West .Point -with' steamer
for • Baltimore. Stops at all sta
tions.
C:00 A. M., No. 74 local mixed. Leaves
diiliy, .except Sunday, from Vir
ginia-S'.rect Station rqr West Point
and intermediate stations, conneot
lng with stage at Lester Manor for
Walksrton and Tnopnhanno i> >.-
TUAIXS ARRIVE IM RICHMOND.
y-^O A. M., dally from West Point, with
connection from Baltimore Tues
days, Thursdays, and Saturday*,
10-4.' A. M. Wednesdays and Fridays.
ti:4i> P. M., daily, except Sunday, from
West Point and intermediate sta
tions. *
Steamers leave West Point Hon
davs. Wednesdays, and Fridays U
P. "M;.. arriving Baltimore S-.'.itt fol
lowing morning: returning, leave
Baltimore -at T> P. M. Tut'-S
days,. Thursdays, and Saturdajs.
arflvinfT W«*t Point 7:UO and
Richmond 0:^0 following morning,
steamers call at ail landings on
Yurk river.
C. W. WE3TBURY.
Traveliln.e Passenger Agent,
&2i> east .Main street.
Richmond, Va.
i. M. CULP. ■ W. A. "TURK.
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pa 3?. Agent.
F. S. GANNON.
Third VJre-Presiflent and General Man
asei. Washington. D. C. au 10
Tf^yW J?| AND
OHIO RAILWAY.
Effective October ZU, 181)i>.
TUAI.AS LEAVE HICH3IOXD—BUCAD
fsTHBET STATION.
0:<>0 a 11., Dii-uy, with Parlor Car for
urlaeiyal stations, Newport
NervU. Old Point, KorloU,
and Portsmouth. Connects
at Norfolk daiiy with Old
Dominion stea.mship for New
V ork.
8:45 P. M , Daiiy, with Pullman for
local stations, .Newport
• News, Old Point, Ncrtolit.
and Portsmouth. Conr.ecta
at Old Point with Washing
ton steamers, daily, and
■tvltti L'ultimore stearners,;ex
eept Sunday.
1O:2O A. 31., Day Express, except Sunday
for Clifton Forge. Connects
at GordoiisvlU«> for Qrtuise,
V-'sJverton, ilanass^ia, Alex
andria, and Washington; at
Union Station, Charlctte3
yiile, for Lynchburs; at
Basic City for Hag-eratown.
2:15 P, !&., Daily, with Pullman to Cin
cinnati, Louisville, .ni St.
Lou.'3, connecting' at Gor
donsville for Orange, and at
Orantfe with Southern raii
v,-ay. "nortn-Dound; at Cov
lnKton,-Vii., for Hot Springs.
Stops only at Important
stations. ileals served on
Dinlr.g Cars. No. 7, local
train, except Sunday, follows
aoove train from Gordons
vllle to Staunton.
5:30 p. v., Accommodation, except Sun
aay, for Dosweil. .
10.-3O P. M., Dally tor Cincinnati, with
Pullman to Klnton. W. Va.,
and Gordonsvll'.e to Cincin
nati and Louisville. ilea',3
served on Dining Car. Con
nects at Staunton (except
Sunday) for Winchester. Vn...
and p.t Covlngron, Va.. dally,
for Virginia Hot Snrlnss.
TK.AJS3 LEAVE EICUTH-STKEET
STATIOJf.
10:30 A. AI., JXily, for Lynchburg-. Lex
lngton. Va., and Clifton
Forg-e. Connects. except
•Sunday." with : Buckingham.
ana A"ibPrene branch, and at
' Clifton Forge with No. 1 for
Cincinnati.
C:OO P. M., Except Sunday, for Colum
• ■ ,-b'la. ■ •
TRAINS AP.SIVE AT BICHMO7iD
BKOAD-STftEET STATION.
8:tH) A. I\l., Except Sunday, from Dos
well.
S::!O A. M., ' Dully, from Cincinnati.
11:20 A.M., Daily, from Norfolk and Old
. Polnc.
3:30 P. M.. Daily, from Cincinnati and
Louisville.
C:EOP. M..' Daily, from Norfolk and Old
Point.
7:45 P. M., Except Sunday, from. Clif
ton J^ors*'.
TKAIXS AHHIVB isUCJHTK-STitSET
STATION.
S:4O A.M.; Except Sunday, from Col urn
bia.
0:20 P. JI., Daiiy. from Clifton Forge,
Lexington, Va., and Lynch
burg; and, except Sunday,,
from New Castle and Roh
ney.
JOHN D. POTTS,
Assistant Genui ii Passen^ei Agent,
au 10
fer~n Vif m * tsp**» tw> ~VvJ r * a?™<
s^^ »ar»s>- P^i iyag 9 _^ WSw W
w I£jSm ali 3 3 !es 'ia iS
■PRICE-ZS-Kfr-PER-YlA^:
(ap &-W& Sa ly)
Jf% '- x ■"; ChlchtsteWa Ea9H,U» Waßsasfl Bro-4. . *
Si&'SP* on a « «j? jF3 «>* /a n hjwss a <ra
■'■'f /- *" :?tfftlcni<indinUaHcn*. A« DrDiiiM.i. nr t,'oa*o.
;"■ r " nff 1° * *«*";* - for J>»rrte<.-1««.: m«i iwblalj sad
itw.bjf ait u«a u.-ais-t^.- . .. nirLtiwS, ?2
.'.•" y; : o' ':;>':' haii*roa» LtsE*. ..•-.
R. r o ; p fiichmomV Frederick
i] \i 01 U - burg and • Potomac.
SeJicdule In Effect XovembcrlU, ISfo
lEAVE BVItO-STREET 3TATIOS.
liiiiii A. .ii., . Daily, for "Washington an<l
points North. Stops only ac
ililtord and Fredericksburg.
■'- 'Pullman Sleepers' to .Yew
■ . " York. .■'■- . "■ ..
: 8-JZO A.~M., Sunday only,- for Wa3h!nz«
..-.■-...; ton and point 3 North. Sto^«
-"'-■■ .'.-." at •: Elba. Glen Allen, Ash
land, Taylorsville, Dos-,vel!
Huther Glen. . Penola, Ar-1
.' - .ford, Woodslane. Guinea
.Summit, FredTicksburr*
Brooke, and- ■ Widewater*
Pullman car.
S:4S A.M., Daily, except Sunday, for
-Washintrton and poia r a
. North. Stops -at Elba. OWt
Allen, Ashland. Taylorsviifc
; Doswell, liuther Gl*>n Penn
la. Milford. Woodslane Gui
nea, Summit. Fredericks
burg. Brooke, and Wide-,
water. Pullman oar
12:00 M., .Daily, except Sunday for
• Washington an d po i ntil
. North. Stops at Elba On
Allen. Ashland, Doswcil
'; Miirora, find Fredericks
. bursr.. Parlor car. Con
nects T.-Ith Congressional
limited at Washington.
1 :45 P. M., Dally, for Washington ami
-points North. Stops at F.lba
Ashland. Dosv.-ell. .Mj'.ford*
Fredericksburg. Brooke, at-.if
WJdev/ater. Stops at othp
stations Sundays. Sleeper ■
Richmond to Xew. York*
Sleeper Washington to Phil*.
adelphia.
AHUn'E .BTUD-STKEET STATION.
8:4O A. 'M., Datly. Stops at -Wtdewater ■
Brooke, Fredericksbur?, Mil
ford, Doswell. Ashland, and
Elba. Stops at other station*
Sundays. Steeper New York
to Richmond.
3:00 P. M., Dally, except Sunday. Stops
at Fredericteburg, Jtilfon!
Doswell. Ashland. Glen A'
len, and Elba. Parlor car
, trom Washington.
C:2S P. M., Daily. Stops only at/Freds
ricksburjr. Doswell. Ash
land, and Elba- Pullrna.
•.-:.-„/■'.:-.. cars from New York.
S:4O P.M.. Daily. Stops at Wldowate?
Brooke rredfricksbur^-f
Summit, Guinea. Woodgiane
Milford. Penola, Rather
Glen. .DcswelK Taylorsv'.lle.
Ashland. G'en Allen, anil
Elb.i. Sloeping car.
; ACCOMMODATIOS TRATXS.
(Daily except o'anday.)
7:12 A. M., Leaves Elba for Quantico.
4:00 KM., Leaves Byrd -/Street fc?
Fredericksburg.
G:SO P. M-, Leaves Elba /or Ashland.
«:-!'.> A. M., Arrives Elba from AshlamL
S:-'5Ai JI., Arrives Byrd - Street frorr.
Fredericksburg.
0:05 P. 1!., Arrives Elba from Ashland.
W. P. TAYLOR. Traffic J[anagsr.
E. T. D.Myers, President. no p
ATLANTIC COAST LIME.
Selieelnle fn Kffcct .Vorcmherlf). 18!>f)
TRAINS LEAVE -RICHMOND—JSVUO
STJSEKT STATION.
O:OO A. ii., Daily. Arrives Petersburg
y;3l A. 31.; Norfolk 11:25 A.
11. Stops only at Petersburg,
Waverly, and Suffolk. Va.
0:05 A. 31., Daily. Arrives Petersburg
9:50 A. M.. Weldon li:;i
A. 31., Fayetteville 4:15 P.
ii.. Charleston 10:_0 P. 11.,
Savannah 12:50 A. 31., Jack
sonville 7:30 A. M-. Port
Tampa 6:20 P. M. Connects
at Wilson with No. 47, ar
riving Goldsboro* 3:10 P. M.;
Wilmington 6:-!5. Pullmai
Sleeper New York to Jack
sonville.
ll:^O A* 3L, Daily, except Sunday. Ar
rives Petersburg 12:0S P. M,
Stops Manchester, DrsTv-ry'rf
Bluffs, Centralia. and Ches
ter on signai.
'3:33 P. 31., Daily, Local. Arrives Pe
tersburg 4:15 P. M. ilakes
all stops.
5:."50 P. 31.. Daily, except Sunday. Ar
rives Pevrsburg 5:15 P. M..
U'eldon. :20 P. M-, and Rocky
.Mount 9::*0 P. M-; makes ail
intermediate stops.
G:4S P. 31., Daily. Arrives Potersbur?
7:21 P. -\L Connects with
Norfolk and Western tor
Norfolk and Intermediate
points; Emporia. 9:10 (cca
nects with A. and D. for
stations between Eraporis.
and La-wrenceville). Weldon
S:SS P. Tvl.. Fayetteville 12:13
A. VI., Charleston S:W A. M.,
Savannah 7:04 A. 3f.. Jack
sonville ll:w) A. 3t.. Pore
Tampa 9:15 P. 31.
NEW LINE TO MIDDLE;
GEORGIA Pi'iTNTS,—Arriv
ing Atken 7:23 A. M.. Au-
Kusta S:I0 A. 31.; Macon 11
A. 3L; Atlanta 12:15 -P. 11.
Pullman Sleepers N*»"w Yarlc
to Vv'iiminjrton, Charleston;
Jacksonville, Augusta, anil
3tacon. •
0:00 P. 31.. Daily. Arrives Petersburg
•j :".H p. 31.i U'eldon 11:20 i.
31.. 3lakfS local stop^ bt
tween Petersburg am! Wel
don. Arrives Lynchbur.u-
A. M.; Roanoke, Va.. 4:?J) A.
• 31.; Bristol, Va.. 10:4O A. M.
Connects' ar Kmporia for
Danville, VS., arriving 5:>:5
A. M. Pullman Sleeper Rich
mohd to Lynchbur?.
J0:45 P. M.» Daily. Arrives Petersburg
11:20 P. M.
TRAINS ARKIVE lUCIIMONn.
O*2^ A. 21:; Daily, from Jacksonville;
Savannah. Charleston. At
lanta; Macon. Augusta, ana
all points South.
S-15 \. 31., Daily, except Sunday, from
Atlanta. Athens. Raleigh,
Henderson, Lynchburjj, aad
thd \VesK
5:37 A. 31., Daily, except Sunday. Pe
tersburg local.
S-00 A. 31., Sunday only, from Atlanta.
Atuens. Raleigh, .Henderson,
Lynchburg, and the West.
H-O5 A. 31., Daily, except Sunday, iror-
Goldsboro' and other immr
tiiatf stations, Norfolk, aid
Suffolk.
11-O5 A. 31., Sunday only. ; from Norfck,
Suffolk, and Petersburg.
) -o5 P. JI-. l>ai!y, except Strnclay, Ipui
I'etersburg.
7-*JS P. 31., Daily, from Jacksonville. «a
vannah, Charleston, <VU
ir.ington. Goidsboro', ani all;
points South.
G:", P. 31., Daily, from Norfolk. Sutolk.
■;";. Waverly, and Petersbirg.
S:3G P. 31., Dnilj-. P^-tersbursr. JjTich
burg, and the West.
J R. KENLY. T. 31. EMEP.S-W.
General 3lanager. Tratlic Maa^er.
ii. M. E3IKRSON,
General Passenger \gont.
C. S. CAMPBELL.
no 19 Division PagsengerAg^at.
N"<iveml»er ti>, ISO.
LEAVE K.ICIIMOND. BYRJ-STKnE'?
STATION. f
9:00 A.M.. BICH3IGND -Ng NOK-
I-X)LK VKSTIBiLE LLMII;
I-:D- Arrives .s'orrolk 11 :u.
A. 3L Stops cdy at Peters
burg, Waverl'.Mnd SufKHK.
Second-class Icketsnoc ac
cepted on thi!,tram-
!>:OSA. 31. , THK CHICAGO 'tXPIvEac.
for Lvnchbut?. KoauOKe. Co
lumbus, am' Chteaso. I u.l
man Sleeper^oanoke to Co
. -h:aibus: a?o. for Bristol.
Knoxville. .nd.i. Chattanooga;
Pullman s^per Roanoke - ,t>
KnoxviUe.l . - „ , .„
at Norfol^at W:4O P.
»:0O P. M.: FFoe.r c . %ss#■ g*&||
Sleepersl-vnchburg to Mem
phUa^'ew Orleans. Cafe.
uarlor -i^-d observatioa <•'»»»-
RiidfoiiJto Attain. Ala. Pu»-'
man seeper between Krcn-.i
■ Jnond &d , Lynchburg. and
•berth^ready for occupancy
"-at S^P. .M. Also, Fullrnw
Sleepr Petersburg and I-.ox
'■ Trains arrive Richmond tsoia L >'"\ h r *
burg and the W|t dally, at, >^- A. gg
East at i-l:O5 VJ3L. and A F.^TIi>LLKD
LIMITED at T?• M-
O t lice: SCS M^tree^ aoxer
' ' C^yP^nseran^Tioke^^. ,
Jistrlct Passenger Agsnt.
W. t:. BB\ lIJ/.
leneral Passenger AKeat.
General Offi c: Roanoke. Va. ao...lJL_
Curds, BiPKeads. Stutcme^ts Lutter-
Heads, 'Nott-Heads, Circulars. Haw^.t „l.s.
D.id-or^; ; &.f printed by the Dlspatct
Soin^uny: a>^ prices. Will glv* jg«
good work ilthe same prices you pa> ' i«
Inferior : Wl dc.; us-yoiir urders. anj
we will grantee satlsfuctiou U .•very.
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