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_^_ A __ 1. InvestigateaHttleforyonrself. Every Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest."
K_rUnL 2 - Send to us for rates and examples of actual cost on policies held by well wiifc known citizens of Virginia ana North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INCIIRIMC * 3 " Get the same information from other Companies for comparison. lilOUnillll * 4. Then select the Company yon believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOrfN B. CARY A SON, . . p _ * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Lire Northwestern Mutual lAfe Insurance Company. Ito I Main Street, Corner 12th, - RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. ESTABLISHED 1863. 811-HlMAltll SCHMIDT, • European Store * 500 and 50a E. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: 822 E. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines Liquors and Cigars. "**_??_„.. ~ RICHMOND, ML JIVO. BOWERB, No. 7 Governor Bt., - RICHMOND, VA. Latrobe Stoves, Gas Fixtures, Wolff Gas Radiators, House-furnishing Goods. J. £. ROSE & CO., $toVe& Tin to a. c, (5_ ocl^e.s Tinning PLUMBING, GASFITTING, 1512 E. Main and 105 E. Broad Street, --- RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. agent for __________ *h CaNOy. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., 814 E. Main Street. Fancy Groceries and Liquors. Fine Teas and Coffees a Specialty. Pure Spices and Vinegar for Pickeling. Fourqurean, price \ Co., . 319 & 321 E. BROAD ST., . RICHMOND.VA. Headquarters for the Freshest, Best and Cheapest of Every Thing in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. GEO./c. JHUNDLoEY, m Fine Groceries . . . and Liquors, 628 E. BROAD STREET, SPECIALTIES : Im P orte d Table Delicacies. | g 1 1 Fine Whiskies and Wines. CRUMP & WEST COAL CO., Dealers in all kinds of 'Phone 83. 1719 E. Cary Street. RAILROAD SCHEDULES. o. <s_ o. In effect November 1, 1893. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND, BROADSTREET STATION. 830 A. M. Daily, with Pullman for Norfolk. Portsmouth, Old Point, Newport News and local stations. 3 30 P.M. Daily, with Pullman, for local sta tions, Newport News, Old Point, Norfolk and Portsmouth. 645 A. M. Local train, except Sunday, fqr Clifton horge. Connects at Gor donsville for Washington, at Vir ginia Midland Junction for Lynch burg,and at Staunton for Winchester 200 P. M. Western Vestibule Express, daily, with Pullman to Chicago. Also coaches on Nos. 1 and 7 for Staun ton and local stations. Meals served on Dining Cars. 530 P. M. Local train, except Sunday. Ac commodation for Charlottesville. 10 OO P. M. Daily, for Cincinnati and Chicago, F. F. V. with Pullman for Cincinnati and Louisville and dining-car Clifton Forge to Cincinnati. Connects at Covington. Va., for Virginia Hot Springs daily. Meals served on din ing-cars. TRAILS LEAVE EIGHTH-STREET STATION. 9 00 A. M. Daily, with Palace Car for Lynch burg, Lexington, Va., and Clifton Forge. Connects, except Sunday, for Rosney and Craig City. 430 P. M. Except Sunday. Local accommoda tion for Columbia, Va. TRAINS ARRIVE AT RICHMOND, BROAD STREET STATION. 8 15 A. M. Daily, from Cincinnati 1 30 P. M. Daily from Norfolk and Old Point. 2 00 P. M. Dailyfrom Cincinnati and Louisv.lle. 7 30 P. M. Daily, from Norfolk and Old Point. 7 45 P. M. Except Sunday, from Clifton Forge. TRAINS ARRIVE EIGHTH-STREET STATION 8 45 A. M. Except Sunday, from Columbia. 6 10 P. M. Daily, from Lynchburg and Clifton Forge. JOHN D. POTTS, Division Passenger Agent.