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g3__Rp_S&::::::::-:::::::::SS RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1S71. VOL. III. NO. i_06
Advertisements of Lost, Wants, Found, For
Rent, Sic, not exceeding three or four lines, will
he inserted under Ihe proper headings at TWEN
TY-FIVE CENTS for one insertion ; or two in
sertions for FORTY (TENTS; three insertions,
SIXTY CENTS—invarihly cash in advakck.
THE SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.-RAF.
FLE for the Benefit of tho Widows and Or
phuns of the Southern Stales.
DisTxißrnox No. 414. Evehinu, Jni.v ;t.
Win 08 28 «1 17".13 :«l ii __________
HisTKimiius No. 41.".. Mprniko, Jtii.v :..
17 iO~~n~m 30 IM 41) 1H 19 69 13 7S 2J
Witness my hand, at Rviuuotid, Va., this r.th
day of .Tidy, 1871.
SIMMONS 4 CO., C.<l. TOMPKINS,
CERTIFICATES OF RAFFLE can he pur
chased from Captain W. 1. DABNEY, at Urn
Branch ottlce, No. ;! Eleventh itiset, one door
TjlOR NEW YORK. ______
The OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM
PANY'S elegant side-wheel steamship ISAAC
BELL, Captain Hi.aki:.ma.n, will leave her wharf
at Rocketu on FRIDAY, July 7th, at ft o'clock
P. M. Freight received until 4 I*. M.
-, Through bills of lading signed, and goods for
warded Willi dispatch to all points—north, south,
east and west. Close connections made with Ou
nard line for foreign ports.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Fare *12 0(1
Steerage 6 no
Round Trip Tickets 20 oo
For freight or passage, apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
jy 3 —ll No. 3 Governor street.
TJIXCURSION SEASON O, ' ENKU !/ft*i3nkj
GREAT REDUCTION IN FARE ! ! !
ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO NORFOLK
AND RETURN, .*!.
Single Tickets to Norfolk, fSS, flood unlit used,
per Steamer "JOHN SYLVESTER.''
route to Cobb's Island.
L. It. TATTJM,
Oen'l Ag'l James River Steamboat Co.
.je 10—1 in
SPECIAL NOTICE— TO til. PERSONS
WISHING FIRE INSURANCE: The RICH
MOND BANKING AND INSURANCE COM
PANY olfer inducements unsurpassed by any
safe company, lo insure against loss by fire of
all kinds of property.
They ask of their friends and the public to
give them a call before insuring elsewhere.
Consult your own intei-est and insure with us.
T. B. STARKE, General Agenl.
J. B. Davis, President.
Jons F. C. Potts, Secretary. jy s—d&wftn
/"lOOKIMI STOVES !
Having a large stock on hand, I am selling at
greatly reduced price*.
W. J. ANDERSON,
820 Main I 2S.i Broad streets.
FOR RENTi—TWO UNFURNISHED _%
ROOMS (with use of parlor and kilch- Biil
en if required). Terms reasonable. Apply at
109 Jackson street, above First. je 28—tf
WANTED--A colored WAITER and afi
male HOUSE SERVANT. Must come
well recommended. Apply at once at CEN
TRAL HOUSE, No. 14(18 Main street.
WANTED TO PURCHASF A FARM, of
about 2(1(1 acres, in oil' of ihe Southern
States ; must be healthy. address, staling crops
grown, lerius and full' particulars, to Box I3w,
St. Paul, Moth. jy 3—tf
WANTED—A SERVANT «OJl.l\ lv ilo
general housework. Apply lo
% je o—tf 916 Main street.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF W< IRK.
Its Sales indicate it; Durability and Popularity
ils Work confirm* it.
197,Ki;i SOLD LAST YEAR.
NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine
must stanil ujion its own merits. I 'all and ex
Sewing Machines REPAIRED.
SHAFFER ■» STRONG
mh 10—d&wts »l:l Main slreet.
riv4.vt.oß Bros-. aaasi
1110 Main Steeet,
SAVED BY CHEAP GROCERIES
A lis: O. G t. JAVA COFFEE for *1;
fi tls. LAGUAYRA COFFEE for *1;
C fcs. RIO COFFEE for *1;
1 ft. good BLACK TEA, 41;
1 Ik. good GREEN TEA, tl.
The smallest store—the largest stock—the
VIRGINIA TEA AND CfIFFEE CO.,
je 15—3 m conierJMnln anil Ninth streets.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
|> H. MAURY Sc CO.,
.STOCK EXCHANGE anu MONEY BHtiKI'.HS,
11114 Main Stiiijet, Rr.hmo.vi., Va.
We tender our services to holden of Virginia
State Bonds', to fund ilie same for them under
the act of Ullth March, 1»71 ; and will furnish any
information thereto, upon application, either in
person or by letter.
BONDS and STOCKS of all kinds bought and
sold on commission.
All business en trusted to us will receive prompt
and best attention.
jy .I—d&wlm R. H. MAURY St CO.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES lor the Eastern District of
In the matter of Carrol W. Mcfihee, bankrupt
This is to give notice, that a final nieeiing will
be held in said matter al ihe Register's office at
Danville, Va., before J. F. Cobbs, Esq., Register,
on the 3d day of July, 1871, at 12 o'clock M., al
which lime mid place the assignee will tile his
final account, and ask that his final discharge be
granted, pursuant to section Twenty-eight of the
bankrupt act approved March 2d, ISU7.
J. A. WHITE, Assign.'.
of Carrol W. McGhee, Bankrupt.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE URL
TED STATES lor ihe Western District of
In the matter of James W. liendrh ks, bank
To Whom it May Concern :—The undersigned,
Wm. Page, of Abingdon, Washington county,
Virginia, hereby gives notice of Ills appointment
as assignee of the estate of .las. W. Hendricks, of
Russell county, in said district, who was, on the
211 th day of April, 1871, adjudged a bankrupt on
his own |ieliiiou hy the District Court of said ih
Dated Abingdon, Va., June 19, Ml,
je 21—W3\v (A) WM. PAI IE, A signee.
®wninfl £tatc founutt
The Massachusetts .Supreme Court has
just made a notable decision in a suit insti
tuted by a stone-cutter to recover a certain
sum of money—ssoo—levied as a fine by
the trade union to which he belonged, for
cutting stone in a manner contrary to the
rules of the union. The court ruled that
the demand was illegal, and that a combi
nation and threat to prevent workmen from
being employed was an illegal conspiracy.
This is certainly consonant with equity and
common sense, and a few more such decis
ions would convince lawless men that they
cannot resort to terrorism in order to influ
ence fellow-lalmrers and employers.
KxTKAORDiN ary < >FFER.—The enter
prising puhlishers of the American Stock
Journal ofTer to send the whole twelve
numbers for this year, and $1 worth of
hooks, all for the regular subscription to
the Journal, which is $1 a year. All our
fanners and slock raisers should take ad
vantage of this liberal offer, as the Jnunial
is worth many times the money, besides
getting four valuable manuals devoted to
stock raising, the price of which is 25
cents each. Specimen copies of the Jour
nal will be sent free to all by applying to
the publishers, N. P. Boyer* Co.,Parkes
There are encouraging ; iidications that
Rome is shortly to lie made the Italian
capital, despite the rumors to the contrary.
The official journal of the Kingdom has
been removed thither, nnd its first number
in Rome has already appeared. The last
of a postponement of
the removal put the date as far off as Oc
tober next. Rumors to the effect that Vic
tor Emanuel would abdicate at that time in
favor of Prince Humbert have also been
The (Jeneva Commissioner.—lion.
Charles Francis Adams, formerly United
States Minister to Kngland, it is slated,
" has been or will be" tendered the ap
pointment of commissioner to (Jeneva on
the part of our government, under the treaty
of Washington, but it is considered "doubt
ful whether he would accept." Hon. Rev
erdy Johnson is also placed in the same
category by some of the enterprising news
paper correspondents, who are anxiously
casting about for a suitable man.
A Protection Against Icebergs.
It is well known that icebergs cool the wa
ter around them to a considerable distance.
An American gentleman named Dion lias
made this fact the foundation of an inven
tion to protoot vessels against collision with
icebergs. He proposes to place on the bot
tom of steamers or other vessels an appa
ratus so arranged as to sound an alarm on
the instant a ship's keel enters a stratum of
[From the Sunday Times.]
TARDY'S LAST VICTIM.
Every one has heard of Tardy the Pirate,
in his (lay little less renowned than was
Captain Kidd in his own. He, with a
dozen of his fiendish crew, was hanged
near Norfolk. Virginia; and it was his
boast, even when under the gibbet, tltat he
had killed and caused the deaths of more
than six hundred persons. His favorite
mode of putting to death those whom he
captured, was by making them "walk the
plank," as it was called—a refinement of
cruelty in which ho took great delight. A
long plank was placed over the side of the
vessel, one end resting upon the deck.
The victim, a weight attached to his
body, was made to walk very slowly up
this plank, until approaching the far
ther end, it gradually yielded beneath his
weight, and he was precipitated into the
sea. Thus would Tardy make a ship's
crew, passengers and all, follow each other
to a watery grave; and he asserted that he
had found this, of all modes of death, pro
ductive of the greatest mental agony—de
claring that he himself would rather be
hung than compelled to "walk the plank."
Tlie skull of Tardy was long in possession
of my uncle, Dr. Archer, army physician,
and at tho time of the pirate's execution
post-aurgaon at Fortress Monroe. Con
nected with the skull, he would relate a
curious incident, which always inspired us
children with great horror and disgust.
The bodies of the pirates were, by order
of government, to be left hanging in chains,
but my uncle obtained permission to take
possession of Tardy's head, as a curious
phrenological specimen—the organ of de
structivencss, with others corresponding,
presenting an unusual development. This
head, for the greater facility of clearing
the flesh from the skull, he directed one of
the hospital assistants to boil down in an
old cauldron used for such purposes.
The man placed this vessel, containing
the head, on the kitchen tire, and being
called away directed an invalid soldier to
watch it, replying to the latter's inquiry,
"Gh, it's venison broth for the officers'
ward; so don't let anybody meddle with
it." Tlie soldier, however, had a conva
lescent's appetite, and as the supposed soup
sent forth a most savory odor, he could not
resist the temptation to taste of it. It was
good soup, he thought, rich, and with a
peculiar relishing flavor; so the poor fellow
tilled himself a tin-can full, seasoned il,
and partook of it with great relish, con
gratulating himself upon once in his life
feasting upon venison broth, and picking
out the floating morsels of meat as a
Just as he was swallowing the last
spoonful the man who had left him in
charge returned, and his hoirified exclama
tion of—"I'll be hanged if he hasn't been
eating Tardy's head !" awoke the unfortu
nate culprit to a perception of the truth.
He rose, staggering |' rom his seat, and fair
ly swooned away with the horror of the
discovery. This was followed by a deadly
nausea which nothing could alleviate, and
after some hours of intense suffering, the
name of the poor fellow, which hod just
been stricken off the sick list, was entered
upon that of the dead ! "Tardy's last vic
tim," the soldiers thereafter called him.
I ieneral Joseph E. Johnston, the Rebel
Massena, is said to be in better health than
ever before since the campaign in (jeorgia.
He acquits himself loyally, and dues noth
ing to discourage the efforts of the Govern
ment to traoquilize the country.
1,.- tin' Dnily Slate Journal will lie mnileil
In jiersons leaving the city for the itnnfner
ult'll'Ty cents per month.
IV,' I u> Subscriber*.—Persons wishing Ihe
State JiU'hn'Al, left early and regularly at their
places of business, or residences, by responsible
carriers, will please leave their orders with John
ston 4 Selden, Newsdealers, els Main Street,
and at the News liepot of W. A. EnWAKus, 229
Easl Broad Street.
Yesterday, aiidllmc We Spent ll — The
Ilitnliiii/lon House—West I'oint — Our lie
litni.---Rushing al '2:40 speed through a
country covered with a luxuriant second
growth of liinlicr, tlie iron horse of Ihe
York River mail carried us on our way to
waril West I'oint. We passed several
larije fields of small corn, and a great many
patches of sickly-looking oats.
At Fish Haul, we saw evidence of thrift in
the shape of a farm well cultivated, line
growing crops, new huildings and fences ;
the land well ditched, which selves the dou
ble purpose of conveying off surface water
and chills. Knough such settlers as the one
here, will "make the land blossom as the
rose," and what Virginia ought to lie.
On the way, one of our party lost a nice
linen hat, and authorizes us to say that if
the finder thereof will return it to the
JOURNAL office he Will receive the thanks
of a "Christian." Upon the right of the
road about four or live miles from our des
tination, we came into view of a marsh,
stretching away into the distance as far as
the eye could reach ; it was beautiful to
look upon, but contains cjiills enough to
supply two a day to each person in ihe
country for four thousand years, allowing
one hundred and fifty inhabitants to each
square acre of land. Armed at our desti
nation we disembarked, and wended our
way across a marsh where excavation had
been made for the foundation of a bridge,
in lieu of which we crossed the ditch upon
three railroad ties, laid side by
side. A short walk brought us to the
Huntington House, which is presided over
by Mr. K. W. Massey, who is a prince of
good fellows, and knows how lo keep a hotel —
a sufficient recommendation to the travel*
ing public of America. After ridding our
selves of some of the dirt and cinders, of
which our engine furnished a constant anil
unlimited supply, we started out for a
stroll around the place. The town consists
of about twenty houses scattered about on
a dozen different streets. We should never
have suspected the town of having but two
streets had we not seen a map of the place
at the hotel; said map represented thirty
eight streets, numbered from one to twenty
four, and across the town lettered from A
to L ; the length of the streets appeared to
vary from about ten yards to three-fourths
of a mile. The old liiirying-plaee, wherein
repose the ashes of some of Virginia's
bravest, is sadly neglected, tin- fences all
down, and the ground grown up with
weeds. We saw several Virginia pine
rooters plying their trade therein. The
most desirable looking property in the
place, consisting of store and dwelling,
newly repaired and wViitewashed, was
labelled "For Sale." We did not wonder
thereat, for West Point must certainly be
a desirable place to emigrateyVota. A real
estate agent taking advantage of there being
a crowd there, was trying to sell build
j ing lots, but met with poor success. lie
tiring to the hotel to dinner, wo did ample
justice to the viands set before us, which
were served up in Massey's liest style.
After dinner we took a stroll around the
hotel grounds which are ample and splen
didly shaded—one portion of which was
occupied by a platform upon which the
younger and some of the older members of
the party were tripping the light fantastic toe
to tne music of a French fiddle and two vio
lins. We noticed one of our party had his lady
at his left as they took their place in a cotil
lon. We didn't stay to see how he man
aged to get through the figures. In the
garden connected with the establishment,
were an abundance of fruit and vegetables.
On the whole every thing connected with the
Huntington House, seemed to be in a pros
perous condition. At 8 o'clock, we started
lor the depot, when a smart shower catch
ing us on the way there, and some of us
without umbrellas, our plumage was some
what dampened, but not our ardor. The
trip home was enlivened by songs and jokes,
and all seemed well pleased with their trip
to West Point. The ladies of the party
complained of the want of lights on the
train, there lieing but one, and that the lamp
of the conductor. Evtry pain having its
pleasure, a rare opportunity was given the
sentimental portion to breathe words of
love into willing ears, without having to
hide (he blush upon the cheeks. Altogether
the day was happily spent, and the entire
party returned satisfied with the efforts of
Capt. liragg and Mr. Massey, which ren
dered the excursion a success.
For ourselves, and those connected with
our paper, we have returned our thanks for
courtesies shown us, in a series of resolu
tions, which we publish elsewhere.
A Row al the Monumental Hotel. —A few
evenings since, a gentleman occupy ing room
No. lU, at the Monumental Hotel, hearing
that a gentleman from Petersburg was in
the city, who had given him cause of offence,
sent tlie Petersburg gentleman word that he
desired to see him at his room, for the pur
pose of settling their diliiculty.
'I'he gentleman from Petersburg, not hav
ing the fear of the Monumental boarder
before hint, accommodated himself lo his
wishes, by repairing immediately to the
room as requested.
Words soon led to quarrels, wherejipon
Monumental determined to close the matter
by shooting Petersburg. Drawing a pistol
he attempted to carry into execution his
design, when it was ascertained that I'eters
tltt didn't .scare" wotf a cuss," and instead
fleeing the wrath to come, snatched the
tol, and after throwing it out the window,
proceeded to administer to Monumental a
severe castigation. Muscle was brought
into requisition, and by its use and that of
a pitcher, Monumental was soon put hors
du-combat. Petersburg quietly left the
room, leaving his would-be slayer in the
hands of-a sui-geon, who properly dressed
his wounds. As the gentlemen are first
class, we are not satisfied that the matter
will rest here. Petersburg has returned
home, leaving Monumental a sorer, sadder
and wiser man.
Pic-Xic. — A large number of people,
both white and colored, assembled yester
day in the grove on the lands of W. J.
Waldrop, in Henrico, for the purpose of
having a pic-nic. A liberal supply of eata
bles was prepared, at the expense of the
township anil county officers of Henrico.
The meeting was addressed by H. A. At
kinson, Commonwealth's Attorney for
Henrico ; Mr. Kennedy Kobinson, Maj. S.
A. Anable, of Henrico, and L, N. Peter
son, ol this city.- The best of feeling pre
vailed, and all seemed happier and better
citizens lor liaving in a small way cele
brated the Fourth of July.
An Incident u-il/i n Moral.—A few days
ago, in company with n friend from a dis
tant city, who desired to see Richmond and
such objects of interest as could he visited
during the limits of an after dinner ramble,
we wai.':cd through Hollywood Cemetery,
wlieiT 1 mid leafy shade or blooming parterre,
lies all that is mortal of grave and gay,
old and young, strong and weak, brave and
timid—their resting places marked by
"storied urn, or animated bust," the
carefully planted and affectionately tended
shrub or flower, or the boquet of gathered
blossoms, whose fading beauties speak
more plainly than words, the same inevi
table doom awaits thee, wav-faivr, that has
overtaken the slumberer beneath, and is
rapidly transforming out' lovely tints and
fragrance into blackness and decay.
We examined with interest the "Cud's
Acre," in the centre of which stands the Mo
niorialjpyramid marking "the bivouac of Ihe
dead" who fell in their effort to uphold the
"Lost Cause." Whatever we may think
of the act, they were brave, and we will
concede, conscientious. May the turf lie
green that covers their narrow cells, and the
time not far distant when the only evidence
of the late struggle will be such carefully
kept but '''silent camps."
Attracted by the panoramic and remark
ably beautiful view from flic bluff which
overlooks the canal, we left the cemetery
by the foot-path wickel, and wended our
way along the upper bank of the canal,
crossing that LsVßXan water course at the
Tredegar works bridge.
Two barges were discharging cai-goes of
iron at the works, for smelting purposes,
and the diameter of these cargoes struck
as most forcibly in connection wilh the
scenes we had just left, and especially the
Memorial cemetery. Round shot and shell,
condemned as ordnance stores, were being
thrown into the Trediigar Works ; not pro
pelled by "villainous saltpetre," but by
the muscles of freemen; not for the pur
pose of destruction, hut of reconstruction.
I'he words of the inspired prophet seemed
to be written upon every ball and shell as
il rolled over the gunwale on ils way to the
melting furnace: "They shall beat their
swonls into ploughshares, and their spears
into priming hooks ; nation shall not lift up
sword against nation, neither shall they
learn war any more."
How appropriate Would be the lines of
the Roman poet, cast as a motto upon the
appliances of peace, manufactured from
theso useless missiles of war: "Pax me
CtHa ilucis placiilos enrracit. m ttsus i Ayri
co/ie nunc sum; militis anlefui,'' which may
be rendered: "Sweet peace has transformed
me ; I was once the properly of a soldier,
and am now the property* of the husband
man." As the Tredegar works played so
important a part in furnishing munitions of
war, and is now equally, anil more happily,
active in furnishing implements of peace,
the inscription of the above quoted lines
over the entrance gate would be pertinent
Truly "peace hath her victories not less
renowned than war;'' and her victories
bring happiness, prosperity, blessings to
all: while grim visaged war brings laurels,
perhaps, but laurels stained with blood;
and if flowers are planted in its path, as in
the Memorial cemetery, they are planted in
anguish, and watered with tlie tears of gen
tle pity or wild despair.
Fiyhts ai Ilattorf's. —We regret to learn
that a number of disgraceful fights occurred
yesterday evening al llaltorf's (iarden,
thereby marring the pleasures of the pic
nic given by the Iron Moulders' Associa
tion. Whiskey and outside roughs are said
to have been the original cause of the dis
turbances. A number of noses were J
smashed and eyes bunged. 'I'he police!
were powerless to quell the row. We re
gret that such pleasures are so frequently
disturbed; but it is just as we have said,
that it is impossible tor Americans or Irish
to get together and drink whiskey without
kicking up a row. dive us now and
always, the good-humored and good-na
tured Germans, who can enjoy in a rational
manner such festivities, but their good na
ture must never be mistaken for want of
pluck, as they have shown themselves in
war the best lighters of the age. They are
a sensible people; when they go for fun,
they get it, as clever people should do.
A Meeting nut Political. — Resolutions of
Thanks.—At a meeting of the employees of
the Daily Statk Journal, held at the
office, on the morning of the Mil day of
On motion, E. C. I 'rump, Esq., wus called
to the ('hair, and Edwin O. Bolls, appointed
The following preamble and resolutions
were read and unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Win. N. Jtragir, Esq., Supi. York
River Railroad, generously extended us ihe free
dom of his road, on yesterday, lo West Point and
relui'ii, and whereas A. W. Massey, Esq., Propri
etor ol' tlie Huntington House, at West Point,
wilh marked liberality, extended us the courtesies
of his. hotel : Therefore,
Kesolved, That we hereby tender our grateful
acknowledgements to them for their kindness ami
politeness, an.l that we recommend to the travel.
ling public, the York River route, and its connec
tion, as tl pleasant and desirable one, and the
HnuiiiiKioiiHou.se, al. West Point, as a delightful
retreat from ihe heats of summer.
Resolved, That we will ever hold ill grateful
remembrance the courtesies of these gentlemen,
and recommend litem to the kind consideration
of Ihe fraternily.
Man Drowned. —Yesterday morning, al
an early hour, the body of Patrick O'Hara,
an employee of the New York and Rich
mond Granite Company, was found floating
in the canal above the three-mile locks, lie
was employed by the company .as a quarry
man at their quarry near where his body
was found, and it is supposed that he was
drowned while crossing the canal. His
fellow-workmen state that on Monday he
was at work, but complained of being sick,
and they think he attenqited to cross the
canal in a can.ie, on his way home, and hy
some means fell out, as the canoe was found
near the place where the body was dis
covered. The deceased whs about twenty
four years of age, was a native of Ireland,
and had been in the United States some six
or seven years.and si \ months in Richmond.
He leaves a wife an'l one child.
Sent to Jail. —Yesterday morning Lillie
Bennett and llettie Anderson, women of
bad repute, were brought up before the
police court on a charge of stealing a gold
watch and $26 in currency from Joseph
Roberts. After hearing all the testimony
the Police Justice decided that the charge
so far as Lillie Bennett was concerned had
not been sustained ; but that it had in the
case of Bettie Anderson. He therefore
sentenced her to jail for three months.
Lizzie Griffin alias Hardeman, who was
charged with receiving the watch, knowing
it to have been stolen, was also adjudged
guilty, and sent to keep Bettie Anderson
company for the same length of time.
Mrlroloyical. —Mr. 0. C. Vincent, of this
city, has contracted with the President of
the Smithsonian Institute at Washington to
take observations and forward meteorologi
cal reports to the Institute front this city.
Hialtli/ Ini/iorttiut Meetinij. -We are au
thorized to slate, that having been requested
by a majority of members of the Republican
Executive Committee of the State Central
Committee of Virginia, Samuel I. Mmldox,
Esq., Secretary of the latter, has issued :i
call, convening the members of the Execu
tive Committee, on the'2oth net., at the
United States Courl-rnoin, in this city.
Capt. Maddox will notify the different
members of the State Central Committee,
and request that they nicet in this city on
the 'JNt, thus anticipating the action of the
Executive Committee which will call a
meeting of the State Central Committee.
The object of the call is to confer as to the
policy to be adopted by the Republican
patty of the Slate, in the next fall cam
paign. Other matters of interest will be
discussed at the same time.
Steamer for tit,; years
ago, tobacco raised in thecountry surround
ing Milford, now a station on the Richmond
and Potomac Railroad, was shipped ly
small boats down the Maltaponi river to
Dunkirk and front thence direct lo Europe,
Railroad and other facilities having stopped
this means of shipment, the country lying
along the upper .Mnttapniii has been, for
years, deprived of necessary facilities for
shipping the various supplies raised along
ils banks. Recently, Cast, Myers, of King
and Queen, associated with himself a num
ber of gentlemen who propose building
a steamer to ply this river as high up as
Dunkirk, and even further if practicable,
for the accommodation of persons living on
it, and to offer cheap transportation for the
large quantity of truck raised in that seclion.
They propose building a steamer to cost
$20,000, and have succeeded already in
raising near that amount. So much stock
has been subscribed as to render the enter
prise a success. This effort will be bailed
with delight by those living on Ihe river, who
complain at present of the high rates of
freight and their unaecessibility to market.
We wish the gentlemen success in this and
any similar efforts to build up tho waste
places of the State.
Effects of Yesterday. —Numerous head
aches, sore feet, mashed noses, bunged
eyes, and red-hot coppers, are some of the j
results of the Ith of July, visible in our
city this morning.
Chose who remained at home and worked,
complain of the heat of yesterday, while
those who avoided it, by rusticating, many
of them complain of the heat to-day, inter
nal and infernal, rendered so by bad ruin.
\V c have none of these sort of complaints to
make ourselves being a friend of temper
ance, as all can testily who saw us yester
day. Our pleasures consisted in the recol
lection that we were an American citizen
and a Virginian, with the ability and will to
lay aside all sectional feelings, thereby cele
brating heartily the day upon which was
bom to this country, American Independ
ence. Long may she wave, and the sacred
day nevermore marred by sectional strive.
May the day live always green in the
memory of the people, and may the time
soon cinne when these of our own section
can heartily unite in ils celebration as they
did before the late unhappy strife.
heft Hehiw/.— 'Sot remembering that
like time and tide, railroads wait for no
man, a gentleman accompanying some
laidics on the excursion train to West
Point, and who is free from the vice of
taking too much, yesterday, after securing
seals ibr his ladies, on the train to return
to Richmond, stepped aside, we presume,
to drink the health of mine host of the
Huntington, when, to his astonishment,
and without due notice, the train moved
orf, leaving him behind. He vainly at
tempted to catch up, for as he ran fast, the
train ran faster, lie ceased the race after
a time, leaving the ladies to the care of
others oi' the party, and himself to blow
over being left. A pair of black eyes,
which proposed to remain at the Point,
may hate been the cause of the event; if
so, the gentleman played his cards with
Henrico County Court. —In this court to
day, the counsel for White, who was on
Saturday tried and his punishment ascer
tained to be eight months in the State's
prison, moved for a new trial. This mo
tion was overruled, They then moved to
suspend judgment on the ground that there
was no State's prison in this State. The
judge here slated that he would hold this
motion under advisement for a few days,
and remanded the prisoner back to jail.
The case of Joseph Kersey was then called
up for trial, but owing to the absence of
important witnesses lor tlie defence, was
continued until the next term. 'I'he judge
said that ho would admit Kersey to bail in
the sum of s2,l)IIO. The court then ad
journed until to-morrow at 11 o'clock.
A muijitijit ■< ut sight was presented the
beholder after the shower last evening.
The whole canopy of the western heavens
were lit up with gorgeous clouds of gold
and purple, intermixed with the most ex
quisite sky of azuline blue, whilst far
away, stretching from the east to the north
west, was a splendid rainbow. The scene
lasted about half an hour, and was viewed
with admiration by hundreds of observant
citizens. It was the sky called "Italian,?'
of which poets sin;; and painters vainly
attempt to imitate.
Home Kitterpri.ie.- -Franklin Davis it Co.,
nurserymen of this city, have recently re
ceived and Ailed an order for more than live
thousand dollars' worth of fruit trees from
one party at the North. This speaks well
for our country, and_looks cheering for the
future success aud prosperity of Southern
enterprises, where they are properly man
aged. This enterprising firm realized the
handsome sum of fifteen thousand dollars
from the sale of strawberries alone last
Mason. Sin-cess, we say, lo all such laud
On a ri.til to Hollywood Cemetery, yes
terday, we noticed in the rear of a private
residence on Pine street, a United Stales
flag flying in the breeze. The house is oc
cupied by that social, hospitable, genial
gentleman, Mr. ('barley Thompson. We
made for him, and beam the Declaration of
Independence delivered in fine style by one
our city officials, The " day we celebrate"
\\a; partaken of by a select lew. 11 pon Ihe
whole, Charley is all right upon the goose
Broke Her Ann. —A colored woman by
the name of Sarah Haines, living on Fif
teenth street, broke her left arm just above
the elbow on Sunday night while scuttling
with a friend. 111. West was called in on
Monday morning, and set the fractured limb.
We' would call the attention of the ('ily
Council to the very peculiar lasle of Hie
hydrant wider. Too much ana at this
season of the year cannot be taken to pre
serve the present healthful condition of our
The I'iiMir Stliuol*.
LIST Of SHOI.ARS PROMOTED.
The following pupils in the intermediate
and grammar schools have been recom
mended for promotion by their respective
teachers, and accepted by the superin
Annie l'riiK hllelil was recommended foi pi.,
in..ll.mi. I.in was preieiited by sicloiess from
| intending the examination. She will have a
Tntermedtat) Softool. M>. 1, MlSt J IC. Wliittiny.
| teacher.— Paul J. Smith, Edward Bernard, War
l'.'U Curtis, John Hooper, Sialics.- Hooper, Alliert
Turin r, .lulin Q-nrretv, John Erauner, Herbert
lat.ilicili.iti Sihool, JRi. 7, Mi** 1.. S tlackailay .
Uactier.—Lge E. Button, Herbert Sutton, Gustave
F. Loth. TiberiusC. Pace, Marlon Tyler, Attgtl ste
! |Ej»j ~[•.
talinneili iln School, So. 10, Mrs. K. Apiurs.a,.
r. —Eli/..l A. Kennedy, Esther E. llettel
liiini, Leonora ('. Straus, Linda C Tyler, Ella ('
Seal, Aila ('. I'urrie, Annie 1.. Smith. Julia M.
Kelly, Alice 1.. Trimmer, Sallie 11. Pleasant-. 1.1 i
11. iticlis, Sarah A. Hooker, Leila W. Tyree,
1„U i niiiVi.it. School, No. 12, Mis* h.l\ Hole,.
i teacher.— Emma V. Hlnndel, Kate M Hodewahi,
RosaC. Luck, Rachel Laxa.us, Marian Laziiru-.
j Lena Thomas. Ilula V. Kairlainh, Leonora Lurk,
j Isabella (ireeiihaum, Carrie L. Drew, Maggie E.
Mitchell, Nannie Schasp.
liitriiudiate. School, So. 14, Miis F: 11 - . Walker,
| tr.n /i.,'._ Hay T. Thornton, Charles 11. Knowlc*.
I Charles H. Crehen, Ulilford 11. Shaw, liurwoll
Ellis, Matthew Murphy.
A<l,< t tnceil Grammar School, No. IS, Mi** K. It
.Vie, teacher. —George !•'. llurgess, .lohuiiie 1)
Darke, George W. cliilds, Willie 11. Crutrh
ll.ld, Aaron Calisher, Charles W. Collins, Geo.
P. (joodaey, Henry E. Holmes, (leo. E. Hooper,
Benjamin 11. Hankina, (Charlie J. Irving, Georgv
C. Jackson, Willie H. Mitnlr, Lawrence E.
Myers, John F. McDonald, Richard T Moore.
Bonnie K. Pecor, Charlie 1-;. Stone, Andrew L.
Teaser, Garland H. Taylor, Joseph L. Travh
Walter R. Walden.
arammatf School, Mi. 19, Mr*. L. S. Cosh
teacher .—Kate E. Hughes, Sarah H. Thoma
Motile E. Cox, Agnes A. Wilson, Ida F. Va
brooch, Kale li. Dowden, Ida L. (,'ondrey, Ma
M. Hawkins, Ella G. Tyree, Vara M. Clark
Lillie U. Baker, (1.-orgie A. Cordle, Ida I
Hamilton, Ida W. Wilson, Rosa L. Kayto
Grammar School, So. 20, Miss L. B. i'eir.
tcitcher. —Fanny L. Power, Mary Jacobs, Ann
T. Jilde, Alice C. Rouss, Martha O. Millike
Belle 11. Woodson, .Irani.' Richardson, Willie V
[ Harris, Kate Gliun, Lilian I!. Dnesborry, Mai
I la A. Ruble, iilnry E. Hicks, Laura llracketi
Kiermedtaie School, So. 21, Mis* T .1/ lintel
eon, teacher. —Loulie Pearman, Hella Cohen, X
lie liit-sch, I-'anuie Clemmitt, Josephine Kayto
Loulie Mineiree, Clara Hunt, Ida Jones, Jew
lvliiuze, Kalie Josephine Wi-
Loui.sa Wise, Ella Eiibank, Henrietta Weymout
Susie Turner, Emma Riddick, Bene Ticheno
Eleanor Powell, Ennice Godwin, Mary Ruprech
(grammar School, So. 22, Mr. T. P. Vrvm
teacher.— Stephen Deßeveridge, Adolph W. Glin
I Oscar T. Hall, Henry Hutzler, Reuben Jaco
Roliert F. Luck, Abraham Meyer, Joseph Saa
Louis Seldner, Charles snails, Raphael stern
Moses Tliiillhinci', Wiley 11. Tyler, Ilavid Wilso
i...vis Winsloek, Euiaunel lleisberg.
I,i!,iia,,iial,- School, .v.i. 2:1, Afi'w? H. Moore,
I teacher. —llarlsHta Hutzler, Julia Rose, Linda
Southall, Esther Bornstene, Alice E/ekioi, Rose
Fleishman, Caroline Goldsmith, Ida Hnizler.
l.it.itio.iliati. School, So. 2;"., Mi** B. M. (laiuitt.
\ toucher. —Lawson Deartiorn, Charles Chappetl,
Hscar Hiehnie, David Keleher, Will. Smith, lien
ry Hirshlierg, Moss* Whltlook.
Intel la-.lialc School, Ku. i~.Mi*s KM /'..../,
| /, acker —Lawrence Paul, Clinion Cottrell, Frank
i In.'-, RHey tlinohundi-o, James Hamilton, Na
poleon Arnail, Willie Cree, Gideon Roach, 1 lie.
I dor.. Ku-nig, Ceo. O'Brien, Louis Ger.sdorf, Wil
-1,.t1, in-dial,. School, So. 28, Miss M. Walt,r<.
I t.ai-hir. —Mary P. Kurkendall, Bertha Jacob.-,
Emma Farrai', Ilia Tucker, Delia Carrie, Nannie
G. Mom**) ■
grammar School, So. 3:1, Mi** K. i;. Htamoood,
J /"ic'ii-r.---Josephine Adams. Cora Elioll.Mary E.
I Fox, Ida 11. Hardin, Julia lleuning, Lily Parker,
I William F. Crump, Herbert J. McDonald, Mor
si-lle J. Slulz.
I nt,, in,, Hat- Silionl, So. 34, Mi*s J. M. S ,
toucher. —Emilia L. Crabhin, Michael Doherty,
Emma J. Gat.hright, Gertrude L Smith, Hlanciie
I A. Turner, Win. Wagener, Meyer Jaeobsou. John
R. Hay, George O. Parker.
/,,!>,'nt .Hal, School, .V... :.(', Miss M. ft. .'■
Intermediate School, So. 1, Mi** M. Llssle
Kuowti*, teacher. —Nora Dtggs, Jams* Clark,
Rosina Cox, Cordelia Reese, Marcia Kobinson,
Ann Smith, Man ha Trice, Surah Minor.
Primary School, No. '_', Jti*s Fniliiie. E. Troy,
teacher. —Sarah Johnson, John Sampson, Reuben
In'irmeiHate School, So. 6, Mis* S. J. Hoick*,
ti ailar.— Charles McKinney, William M. Yancey,
lr:i P. Scolt, Annie F. Hill, Sarah V-Wilkinson.
grammar School, So. 11, Mis* Buttle 1.. S. liar.
ri*. teacher.— Edward N. Rolling, Robert 11. Tay
lor, Thomas 1.. Johnson, Henry Hncless, Temple
Miles, George Stephens, Hester Willis, I.ucy
Uncles*, Carrie Taylor, Texauna Moore, Mildred
Heinous, Mary A. Meiriwetlier. Sarah Y. Bos
sieux, Fannle L. Loxdo, Annie Scott, £llxa
Trainuin, Julia Child*, Martha Dotson, Lucy
Harris, Sarah R. S. Mays, Clarence Dabney,
Archer C. Gnrnett, Gertrude Henderson, Lucy
Holmes, Virginia Warren, Mary Mayo, Mildred
Holmes, Margaret Goodwin, Lizzie Anderson,
Carrie Kemp, Ada Patterson,ChristoplierSmitli,
Emmet Reese, Willie Winston.
grammar School, So. il'. Mis* E. J. Hadley,
teacher. —Charley Carter, Eddie Carter, Arther
Cullen, Washington Holmes, William Rnlllu.
Armistead Walker, Anna Dotson, Margaret
Gardner, Lizzie Gutewood, Victoria Johnson,
Julia Myers, Hardinia Willis, Frances White.
hltermediate School, So. 1:1, Miss Helen Harris,
l,a:h,r. —Lemuel Bowser, Richard Coombs, Eph.
Gill, John Taylor, JJeiijamin Graves, The*. Brax
lon, Chas. Johnson, Lucy Brooks, Martha Hope,
Laura Marx, Jennie Siinuies, Roberta smith,
Intermediate School, So. 7, Jus. It. ISoio.ier,
teacher. —Kama Blunt, Mary Lindsey Otelia
Cox, Julia Poller, Ellen Ellis, Lucy Pelhain,
Richard C. Boiling, Bobt.Taylor, Millon Loiuax,
Willie Caswell, Win. Jackson, Griffin P.Bali,
Wallace Taylor, Win. Field, Roberta Lewis.
Intermediate School, So. G, Miss Puttie A.
Payne, teacher. —Martha A. Anderson, Ruchaei
Braxton, Emetine Gardner, Maria Haskius,
Marj M. Terry, Martha S. Waikius. George W.
Jones, Samuel s. Boblnson, Henry E. Warring,
Kn-ser 1.. Wuikiii...
Ill', mo ,liat, Seltool, So. IS, Miss H. A. llass,
teacher. —Margaret Cheatham, Catherine llah
ney, Mary F. Daniels, Louisa Price, Mary I
Payne, Theresa Robinson, Melcencr Turner,
Marl ha While, John ,1. Nornian, Norman
Toombs, Jo.-. Washington.
Intermediate School, .v.. 19, tf!** Annie M
Jains, teacher.—iioille Brown, Cora L. Rock, Leo
nora Anderson, Elonora Smith, Sarah Lucas,
Grace Richardson, Emma Miller, Amanda Has
kius, Pinkie Davis, Eliza Brown, Charlie H
Randolph, Jams* Jasper, George Washington
Nathaniel Allen, Thomas Payne, James (leary,
grammar School, So. 27, Mrs. S. E. Hughes,
teacher.—"Win,. 11. Johnson, Win. H. (iv.athiiiey,
Andrew J. Brown, Ella Washington.
intermedial. School, .v<». L'S, Mis* L. A. linger*,
tetichi r. —Alex. Gwathmey.
(colored), convicted of house-buniing in
Amherst county, and sentenced to live
years' imprisonment in the penitentiary,
has been received for safe-keeping.
Postponement. —Tho public meeting here
tofore announced to be held by Fidelity Di
vision, Sons of Temperance, on to-morrow
evening, in the basement of Oregon Hill
Methodist church, has been postponed un
til Thursday night, the Tilth instant.
Police Court. —Nearly all the parties be
fore this court this morning were charged
with being too happy on the "day we cele
brate," and were, after a few words of
warning, discharged. Justice White also
disposed of quite a large civil docket 10-day.
Main hesier News on Fsurilt Page.
OnSunii.iv last, at 11:1s o'cloths A. M, Mm.
MARY S . ii He oi P. Woodson Harwooil, ill ihe
ii.il, year of her age, leaving a husband and ihree
Utile children (boys) to mourn their Irreparable
I )1 \M I ItV li\Nk.*-Tlie Uourd of IMrec-
X. Ukiol this Bank have thia tiny declared a
.1 line ii. I'7l
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FATAL AFFRAY IM I.V\( 11111 Kli.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT FALL OF A
PLIGHT OK STEPS.
DIRECTORS OF A HANK INJURED
[SPECIAL TO THE STATE JOURNAL.|
Lynchburg, July S.—-At 10 o'clock, last
night, an altercation occurred on Bridge
street, between \V. 11. Miller and Morris
Thomas, which will probably cause the
death of the latter. Thomas, who was
drunk, called .Miller a d—n liar, when Mil
ler drew a pistol and tired, the ball entering
the abdomen of Thomas, inflicting a wound
fri mi which he cannot recover. The ball
has not been found. Miller was arrested.
The steps in rear of the First National
Hank, fell this morning, carrying with
them four of the directors of the haul;.
George Burch had an ankle broken, and
Stephens Adams, John S. Bass and J. M.
Booker were slightly bruised.
THE ELECTIONS IN PARIS.
BRILLIANT BALL IN
AMERICAN KNIGHTS TEMPLAR IN
FATAL STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT.
TUB PARDON OK BOYVEN.
FOI'UTII OK JILY ACCIDENTS.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
The French Elections.
Paris, July 5, —The Republican journals
rejoice over the overwhelming majorit3 r of
Thiers party. They regard the victory as
permanently establishing the Republic. The
Monarchical press accuse each other of want
The Debais says that the election returns
are favorable to the Bordeaux programme.
The Republicans owe their success to the di
vision among their opponents. The victory
isfor peace and order.
The following is a classification of the
delegates elected Sunday : Nil Thiersists ;
1:1 Radicals ; 20 Legitimists ; 8 Orleanisls,
and 1 Napoleonist.
Rome, July 5. — The Municipality of
Rome gave a brilliant ball last night, at
which the King was present. At the close
his Majesty started for Florence. There has
been an unusual attendance of Cardinals
and other high dignitaries of the church at
Court during the King's stay in Rome.
Fourth ul'Jul) Itindeuu.
A policeman in Philadelphia shot a small
boy mi' exploding fire-crackers.
A man named Sexton in Chicago, who
had been Urine; a pistol alt day, Killed a
man who was walking with his wile. The
wife is now crazy.
Washington, July s,—The pardon of
Howen, which is reported to have been
signed by the I'resident on Saturday at
Long Branch, has not yet been received
Fatal Sl.'Uiuboat Arcideili.
Rrockrille, Canada, July s.—The steamer
Maine has burst her boiler. One person
was killed and lour hurt.
American Knights Teiiii.liir in London.
I.oudou, July ii. -The .American Knight!
Templar have arrived.
New York Market-.
fknc York, July a.— Flour dull at :, and 111
Cent* lower. Wheat dull, 1 cent lower without a
decided change. Pork dull at I.l%ffllfiM. Laid
unchanged. Gotten quiet; middling Uplands
2ll'i ; Orleans 21 V: : ale» i;iki bales. Turpeuiiue
47. Raisui ijitiel at *2 so for strained. Freights
S,u> rorlr, July fl.—Stocks opened rather hem ,
an 1 dull. Goveruiuent.s heavy and dull. State
bond* dull and heavy. Mouev easy at :i per
cent. Gobi 118)*. Exchange—lon.;, i 11*,,; short
Lon lon, July .I.—Noon—Consols, 9J S S ; Bond",
Liverpool, Jnlv .I.—noon—Cotton opened steady ;
Upland*, s!i: Orleans, M@H'.;.
Fraukjnrt. July li.—Bonds, llll'i.
Paris, July .'..—llentes 651. 27c.
Hotel Arrivals. —We note the following
American Hotel.— lt. Turnbull, New Zealand.
8. Hentz, Baltimore; JVI. 11. Clark, Danville; A
S. Whaling, E. I. Roper, N. O.J L. W. Hurweii,
ciiv: .1. M. Daniel, Ijooclilaud; EC. Johnson, .1
H.Townseinl, Mos Harrow, G. S. Sewell, W
Weymouth, Miss Tili'ev, .1. O. Jordan, R. VV
Flouruoy, .1. P. Holierts, Colonel VV. 11. Tnl.h,
Va.; J. It. Macinurdo, W. H. l-iuarles, Joe H
Graves, city; A. E. Coleman and son, N. & II
W. It. B.i J. W. Daniel, Uoochlaud; (1. W
Booker, Farmville, Ira Van Fell, Petersburg':
R. V. Wood, Southern Express company; Judge
F. R. Farrar, Amelia; T. W. Baughan, N. C ; .1
W. Mcllhanev, Warren ton; .1. H. Owens
J. W. Tulley, Tuckahoe ;J. (1 Hull, Portsmouth;
A. 11. Toiiey, Alabama; H. V. Cbuightou, Ah x
audria: lI.JJ. Phillips, Hide Park, Pa; F. C. Da
vis,.!. T. Jones, P. H. Parry, King William: .1
I). Joyner, Petersburg; I o.l'lark; Baltimore,
P. V. Palmer, Halifax; E. S. Mansfield, R. fc'.
Sibley, New York ; B. A. Ricks, Caroline.
Evcluuiij. and Ballard. —Henrv J. Phillips, Pu.:
P. C. Davis, J. T. Jones, Va.; P S Coles, Albe
marle: li. W. Davis, Va.: M. L. Smith, N. J. .
J. R. Boyce, Green vllie, S. C.; T. T. Eaton.
Term. ;J. M. Pendleton, K. 0. Lyon, Va. : M H
Corse, Alexandria: John Preston, Jr., A. 11
Warring, S. O.; A. P. De Mill, N. o.; \v. I.
Carson, N. C.,J. 11. Miller, Mrs. J H. Millei
and maid, Augusta; R. Aldrich, S. C.; R. V
Page, Gloucester; J. T. Baiidull, Baltimore: S
H. Toiiey, Alabama; J. S. Neal, Chesterfield:
W. T. Kelly and lady, Norfolk ; D W Bhotlou,
>;. D. Sampson, J.B. Moor, Va ; T. J. Patrick,
Danville ; J "H. Welburii, North Carolina;
Q. N. Sauxay and lady, W. E Benson, H. 11
Perry, lady and servant, On.: Col. E. Barksdale,
Jr., wife and daughter, Mrs. K. S. Burkvdale, W
K. Barksdale, J. M. ('niTington, Halifax; E. R
Thompson and wife, JV. V.; J.S. Gibbes and wife.
Miss Amelia GHbbes, Miss Mary M. Gibbe- an.l
2 servants, Mai* •!■ E. Kbnore, Charleston, S. C.
T. Bossc.iux, R. 11. Madison, Va.: J. T. Taylor
and wife, S.C.; C. Harrison, Term.: Mrs. W. Ta> ■
lor, i children anil 2 servants, Norfolk; A P
Brown and wife, 11. 0; W. A. Carroll, Char
Eard,* Hotel.—J. T. Keen, V. Johnson, W. T.
Morgan J. 11. Jovner, W li Cameron, A Hunt,
Petersburg ; H. 1. Dahuey, Kiui; William ~1 W.
Kieklin, Danville ; Geo. A. Havnes, Richmond ,
P. S. Worinly, Kinu William ; W. S. Warmly,
ilo. ; JR. .1 Fitspatriek, S St. 11. railroad ; Mr-
Lewis, Charlottesville ; .1. W. Parker, Washing
ton; (1. M. P. King, do ;W. .1 I'eyion, Frede
ricksburg ; .1. li. Chandler, Caroline ; C. A. Tay
lor, Hanover ; X H Douglas. Williamsburg ; .1 ■
Munilav, .1. W. Wharton, 8, F.Clark, Miss Par
ker, Mrs. Parker, Virginia ; H. Tensler. Wythe
ville ;C. T. Smith, Nelson I. 11 : J K. Mauk
nnd lady, Pr. George . MissVlierrv, Portsmouth .
G. T Parker, wife ami daughter, Norfolk . w S
Flounioy; Ilharlolte ; N. 1.. Wade and daughter,
Clover; K. L. Turner, (ireenville, comity.
OLD I' VI'KRS-in any quantity—for sale at