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iitor nnd Maaaaer.
__'■! si ; lo","TßTn
HO \MI ITS
, in reply tO scv
f appeared in the
to say upon the
HOpta to calling
f personalities in
cncrally taken a
rgunient to make
th the Richmond
f an article from
an} ism does not
eh of the Whig ;
most for that sort
me battle tolera
ifamies that hay
c people of thi
s the funding hi
i has seemed al
ie party that ha
and its efforts to
y been renderet
M really what is.
>n of the State
t—but its ham
er away its abil
!• of abusing th
as the "thieving
brain ; for tha
its song, as we]
article from th
tits the question
ladieal party of
ie 'thieving car
ally! if by the
n the Republican
t declared him
lection, and was
f General Grant
! and honest Ile
lected ; and wi
le lhat he was
tad designed to
ut when'he got
the reins of gov
ds, doubtless' lu
es had swarmed
ich were of such
is virtue forsook
ie could not em
ie determined to
r, and hence we
irginia has been
.laced himself at
f rising in Ihis
d the infamous
of its pasaaeje
f tho honor and
f native Virgin
i\vn had hereto
ms of tlieir vile
rUiright to the
forget. But it
iterance to the
Whig, we beg
d more injury
mission to the
rid of "carpet
ad to ca'rry'on
agh the aid and
ile funding bill
pet-baggers ! "
uttside of these
.State, and otit
ic Whig really
■r to withdraw
low its denior
ie in it, and go
'!', or whatever
-6r the Whig
o blame the ad
ry and corrup-
ped to sell the
upon them at
ieer the scheme
le its favorite
ts chief office
;y the |K'ople
)it between ihe
ME only; we
id which oo*
it no contro-
I have peace."
but still more
.is not linked,
we rise in the
J f we leave
nd our enjoy
'ii has thrown
;ht; the orbs
the heart of a
light falls but
£, the heart
ye it marked,
■ ask a lower
r of the sea
full by this
losses at the
air has the
. her lady's i
ill or White
ike in taking
or it by the
:p and dowii
•ted," tin .
consider itnioioiu the light ol an insult!
than a compliment, and a reflection on |
id. in for baring appeared in it m public bo
"LjIVITKSION TO OLD I'Olvr \>D
8 \ 1 I ItDAY EVENING, 8 P. M., Aug. It, i«7i.
NO TIME LOST FROM BUSINESS!
Tin- very snvcessjhl excursion trip of the .-team
er JOHN SYLVWTEB, to Norlolk and Old
l'oint, made recently, will he repealed on
Saturday mm, fawn 12th, is7i,
arriving al Ihe aliovo-nanieil places in lime lor
early break-But, spending all Ihe morning there,
and arriving In Richmond Sunday night at 10
LADIES' SALOON wiil be devoted ra-ln-nr
j Iv for them.
' BAND OF MUSIC on board.
REFRESHMENT TABLES, kc.
FARE—ROUND TRIP, PA,
-WNO TIME LOST FROM BUSINESS .__»
Tickets iiiircliased at Garber _ Co.'s, W*ft k
Johnston's, and on iioard steamer.
Every arrangement will be made to insure or
der, comfort and pleasure. an 9 It
Rli'llJlUNl., Frkiierii IISIUIUI k P. E. R. )
OrncE General Ticket and Freiiuit Aot.
Ricusoxii, Aug. 4, IS7I. )
I'O'llOilOJi TICKETS FOR l_.}l.
Apply nt the company's ollice, comer of Broad
and Eighth streets, or at Ticket office, corner of
Herd and Eighth streets,
a" '<— Is Gen'l Ticket. Agent.
BICBHOSD A-.li Daxhi.i.k ami PIKDMOST R |(i )
On i< i. (ii:MiiAi. TiiKi.r a.vii Frt. Aih:.vt, ' i •
RICBXOKD, Va., July 19, IS7I. )
IIO\ TICKETS TO THE SPRIM.S.
ION TICKETS for the" following
('purchased at the Ticket Office of
ny (Ricliinond) at the talcs specified,
Corner's Springs) lie M
nation (Alleghany Springs) |] m,
(Montgomery While Sulphur
irq (Yellow Sulphur Springs)., l" i;ii
.ml Central Depot (New River
iilphur springs) )g la ,
inirs '.'.'.'.'.'....'.].'."' ;i so
ern.N. (.'., (Cntnwba Springs) 20 no
lets enlitle the holder to return with
al Charge until the loth of October,
eneral Ticket and Freight Agent,
and Superintendent, R. k D. R. R.
I for Bonsack's, Alleghany, Big Tun
nsiuii'g, and Central Depot are also
c Ticket Otllce of the Atlantic, Mis-
Ohio Railroad, MSB Main street,
I>IV SEASON OPKKEDijjjTjjRn
REDUCTION IN FARE! ! !
1(1P TICKETS TO NORFOLK
sto Norfolk, .a. Good until used
liner "JOHN SYLVESTER "
I route to Cobb's Island.
1 Ag't James River steamboat Co.
IM >mixion"steamship COM
gant side-wheel steamship ISAAC
I. IiLAKEMAX, wiil.'ail on FRIDAY
nl 12 o'clock M. ''
eived UKIil II o'clock A. M.
lis of lading signed, and good- in
dispatch to all points—north, soul.
t. (Hose connections made with Ci
.'icket5.......'...'.'........'.'.'.'.'.' 20 i
or passage, apply lo
JOHN \V. WYATT, Agent,
No. ;l Governor street.
YORK. " j j___
NIA STEAMSHIP and PaIuCEI'
! elegant steamship WILLIAM P.
nam Parker, will leave her wharf
i FRIDAY, August 11, at fl P M
with steamers for Hartford Nor
ton, Fall River and Boston from
•ived ii}) to the hour of sailing
-clions and through bills of lading
southern, eastern, nnd western
to Europe and Australia,
icals and state-rooms, extra.
1214 Main street.
. & Co.,agents, Pier 12, North river
T)UV YOLK r*
And everything in the domain of WOOD TRIM
MINGS for BUILDINGS, of
■nr, t, ■ i i m *• A - HANCE,
No V Aye., corner Twont.v-seventh su-.-ci,
They are the Best and Cheapest in market
' i.-iV : ''.|--r"' ul "'•'""'ne »iy large stock of GRATE
I rJIOiN IS—the cheapest iv the city
l-m^-iv. 1 . .' '('INNING, OAS and STEAM
-~-.._* madß a at No. 82fi Main and
, NO 1 road streets. w. J. ANDERSON,
'IMII. DYEING \M) st oi liivc; m si.
J_ NESS heretofore conducted by A. Graham
will be continued by A. GRAHAM, .Ik., at Die old
| '"''"."Jji., » Franklin street, Richmond, Va.
AND THE BEST ! <!
DTEWORKS IN AMERICA
A^v, tl '£ KT^ TKN ,i, SLANI) WORKS, New York.
The Southern Office and Agency is at
PREMIUM CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT,
NO. T:io Main street, bet. Seventh and Eighth,
je 15—d&w.hn Richmond, Va.
/"iOLLEOE I -NI lIIMA X Y,~"
COP. MARSHALL AND COLLEGE NTS.,
11. D. TALIAFERRO, M. 1)., Medical Snp'l.
Medical .iii.l Surgical Slall", the Procsfsoiv ol il.e
Medical t 'ollegn of Virginia.
The building is situated iv a iiniel, central part
of the eiiy, and convenient of access to all the
I business centres, depots, 4c. It contains large
and well-ventilated wards and comfortalily-fur
iii-l.eil private rooms.
All oasesrequiring medical or I urgical aid ad
mitted eveept Hie insa mil those laboring un
der eonlagious disorders. Sliilable accommoda
tions and experienced nurses provided for women
Gin lii.tnii; board, medical attendance
and medicine,) large ward, |ier week,
invariably in advance *v
Privnie rooms #10 lo *2o
A small additional fee Is chanrad for surgical
ouei-aiiou- Libera] terms will be made with
churches, benevolent associations, and eornora
lor ihe cure 01 their sick by the year—pay
atontirto be mode monthly or quarterly.
For further Information or admission, apply at
the inlinnai v, lo
11 D.TALIAFERRO, M.D.
je 15—lawHm Medical Sup'i.
iO VrONE BIT NEW I.OODN,
TO BE CONVERTED INTO CASH.
Id SKELETON CASSTMEIiI. SIMT,
SKELETON CHEVOIT SUITS,
? SKELETON FLANNEL SUITS.
10 SKELETON DIAGONAL COATS and VESTS,
c - WHITE DUCK SUITS,
BROWN DUCK SUITS,
BROWN LINEN SUITS,
1 SILK-WARP ALPACA SACKS,
* COTTON-WARP ALPACA SACKS,
' i WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS
nnd a complete assortment of
'• j adapted to the season—
j "ALL NEW GOODS, nnd at LOW PRICES.'
10OT MAIN STREET,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
c w brijb"stor_:. ,
R. W. APPERSON 4 CO.,
No. 900 corner of Second and Broad Streets,
!l Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of Fresh
,f MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, 4c,
; Carefully compounded at any hour of the night.
1" WAUSiER k CO.,
I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIsiS.
Cor.xeb Sixth a.vii Broab Streets,
i ' 2S__i? the Epoßfl a full line of DRUGS. MEDI
t <>ILS, PAINTS, GLASS, FANCY
! j i>ooi»s, &c.,ot first quality and lowest market
1 Orders promptly filled and shipped.
I t GIARLES
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER,
No. 70T Btroad, Mt. Seventh and Eighth Streets,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
je IS .ira Carefully repaired.
Tjl L « I N
ChII'AIIO ANII NoKTUH'EHTKRN R. R., /
r> rr. n-i •„■ '"'"'ago, January■ 2ii, IS7O. 5
11. 11. H'/little, Esq,,
National Watch Company :
Dear Sir—l have carried one of your "B W
Raymond" movements for ahout six months. It
has proved to be an excellent time-keeper, much
iH'tter than other Watches that I have which cost
considerably more money. Many of our conduc
tors and other employes now carry your Watches
and they universally speak In the highest terms
ot I hem. Yours truly,
EDWARD J. OULYEII,
Supt Galena Division.
SO MnvPKKSTK RKIAII.EII 11V mi! CnJIPASV.
_J__*2P_ ,°" 3°" r Jeweler and ask to see the
Business OHice and Salesroom National Watch
139 and IGI Lake Street, Chicago C
1 Maiden Lane New York. I
an 10—2nw&wlw V
PURE ICE. |,
We liave contracted for a full supply of the
CELEBRATED KENNBEC RIVER ICE
I and are receiving from the above river ICE
I twenty inches in thickness, clear as crystal, and
hard as Hint, superior to any ICE coming into
I ilns market (not excepting the Boston Ice). We
nre the only dealers in this city receiving this
, LEJfKATED ICE, so universally known as
Ihe PUREST and BEST in the country.
We are prepared at all times to furnish ICE oi
Ihe above quality by the Cargo, Canal-Boat or
Car load; and we give special attention on all
occasions to the packing and shipping of the
City customers furnished on tlie most reasona
MoGOWAN k LAMPKIN, 1
' „. f N °' ISII Cm 'y 6,rHt ' , > Richmond, Va. J
SEWING MACHINES. M
rpHE FIRST AND BESTM™ t:
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE
I was the first invented, and is universally ac
knowledged to be ihe latest in improvements,
and the most reliable machine in ihe market' :
The HOWE is guaranteed to do Bi
ALL KINDS OF SEWING I 1
ill tlie easiest possible manner. Call and see it ill I lt>
o|M"iniion at the otllce, B2H Main street. Fa
jy IS—lt J. v. McKKNNEY. toi
SINGER SEWING MACHINE. D?
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. '""
Its Sales indicate it; Diimbititjt and Popularity '
its Work confirms it. U<
WVVna SOLD LAST YEAR En
NO OTHER MACHINE" SOLD SO MANY. I
We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine —
must staud upon Its own meriis. Call and ex- wu
amine it. -. -.
Sewing Machines REPAIRED -*-'
SHAFFER k STRONG
rah 10—d&wts 913 Main street.
- GBOCERIES, &c. N "
IKJ V YOUR GROCERIES AT THE PEOPI E'S V
STOKE i iio \,
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY, jfifi
Corner Main and Eighth streets. pan
We have a full stock of GROCERIES.
We have TWO WAGONS to deliver food*.
NEW CROP TEAS. Vir
'.KEEN TEA at 60c., Jfic., 90c., *i, +1 ,|K *i m P*
_',"' , . u ,'?L.l_>' ,,n '' GUNPOWDER TEA at 1J11..10 ""•'
BLACK TEA at Hoc., 80c., *l. Orn
The llnest Orange PEKOE TEA at »I.JS. for . l
JAPAN TEA at Hue, 90c., $1. and
The best TYCOON JAPAN at *] dnir
GREEN COFFEE—aU gradeti _■ >
ROASTED COFFEE—splendid flavor. | ""''!
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY, worl
Corner Main and Eighth streets. '"'b
AUCTION HOUSE p
|T >IcIOKMKK, P
-!-*-• NO. 1414 MAIN STREET, (j
>.l I TIONEERiCOMMISSIONMERCHANT,
Keeps on hand, for sale to the trade or families
al private sale, a large slock of
i [ROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
Fl IKNITI.KE, CLOTH IN( 1,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, 4c.
All of which will be sold at auction prices,
wholesale and retail.
ItS AUC'TII IN SALES DAILY al in A. M. and
1f- *C. jy B7—.Mm
AITRAPPINU PAPER may 'be~__d~_t jiii
OTARKE'S DIME PLOW.
BY INVITATION OFMR. F ('. WILLiAAD
. or the county of Noiiiiwnv, a number ol gi nde
nen nssemhWdnt his residence Salurdu.t D
comber in, u> lest by practical experiment the
• ■>ui|.;ii-nii,,. v: ihe DIXIE PLOW, inniin
lacturedhy Starke k Co., and any other thai
might enier the fleMuf competition.'
I'lie plows were taken lo ihe Held ;, hall I
past two l". M.. the following gentlemen acting as
judges: F. AY. Eppes, .1 M. Williams, Robert
Sc.ii.jas. s. tiilii.iin, win. T. ChrlsUan, Rich
ard Eppes, Dr. Darling, Sidney Graves, Walton
■ Sydnor. F. C. AVilliains, G.N. Seat, and .1 M
Hurt. Mr. S. Graves and Walton S.tduor were
the principal plowmen. Mr. W. Sldhor working
IK* Watt plow, and s. Oravi the Dixie—both of
whom handled lliem wilh lv.-i- ie,-ly : |,jh and j
Those i„icr,.,l were Ihe Dixie two-horse right and
leii-linnd plows, and tho Watt two-horse left '
hand. Soon after the trial commenced, the besM
of the Dixie right-hand broke in two and wis laid
aside, the contest being narrowed to the Watt left- i
band and Dixie righl-liand. The soil first selected
was a stubble loam v. iilioutsoil; but as the plows 1
were new, and did not t urn in consequence of the
roughness of the castings, after a short trial it '
was decided to lake them In to another field where
the soil was a well trodden, tenacious clay, wilh I
atimoibysod covered v. iih vegetation niiri with
J straw. The plows lure performed iheirwork ad- !
mlrablv, culling and turning without choking
As the Dixie was a new comer, as the contest
waxed warm most of the judges took hold of ii
to test personally Its practical working- While
there is no Intention to do Injustice to any -i- ,
, neither party had agent or representative pre
sent, and both plows did veil, vet the trial, with
the award of the judges, Is deemed of snAclent
importance to the Interest of airriciiltmv tojtistl- ]
I The award Of the judges was unanimously in
| favor ol the Dixie on the following ground- :
Ist. It cut a deeper farrow,
2d. It cut a wider furrow.
.Id. It more effectually inverted ihe sod,
4th. The draft seemed to be no greater.
At the conclusion of the trial some of the
judges were so pleased ss lo determino loonier
them for their own use.
I certify that the above was sent to the Rich
mond "AVhig" for publication by myself; that I
am not acquainted with Mr. Starke ; that he had
I never seen the paper and knew nothing of its I
contents, and was in no v. i.-•■ a jvulvlo tie trial
AVe. the judges in the "Plow Trial," on the |
nun oi Mr. k.C. William* published la ihe i
'Whig." hereby certify that it was directed to be
sent to that journal as a communication by the
! Ido uot believe iv plow trials made by the
manufacturers themselves, but hope that even
fiirmerwilltitonce make a full trial of the DIXIE
with every plow he can find, and buy that which I
does iho best work. I have been not. able lo supply
tho demand, nor fill my orders for sometime, and
mini leave field-trials where they rightly belong
RiensioNn, A'iruinia. ,__—-.--^^n
One second-band 25-hojme power STEAM EN-
One 2(l-liorse power PORTABLE ENGINE and j
One new 18-horse power PORTABLE ENGINE
One second-hand .'i.Vliorse power TUBULAR i
One second-hand 12-horse power PORTABLE
One AJLDEN FAN-BLOAVER, good as new ;
Two POWER PUMPS, capacity 6UO gallons per I
One .Moot PORTABLE GRIST MILL (French
One POWER MORTISING AiACMINF.';''
All sizes SHAFTING, HANGERS. PULLEYS
BEA'IL and COG AY HEELS, and n variety
of articles of all, sorts of machinery—all of
which will be closed out al a low figure on
Always on hand a good assortment of STEAM I
WATER GAItGES.'TALLOW COCKS SELF
OILING CUPS, OIL-CANS ot all kinds. All
goods warranted of best material and workman- I
Tjl A. DAYTO.\,
I ■ UggNEBSTi RAtLSOiOMJ, MANUFAOTTJ
TENTII ST., BETWEEN MAIN AND GARY,
r,o?Tii' AM SJfOI5 JfOI _ r §?!* Imprtivod construction,
for all purposes, nt Kicliniond or Northern build! j
Railroad Machine, c.ir antl Ciirpenicr Shop*
_»el7woS-^_ re ' , A^u 1 i
Ootid!, and"Woolen* I'a_tort«i, CWtion Minis' I
farmers, Jomirtries, Rolling Mills, Tobacco File I
Ir^V 1 ,- I "''";'''*'^ 1 "' ''''"ui'ing, Corn and Paper
Mills, Mines, ie., kc; Forged and Rolled Iron
hi race. eai'' lUU '- r ' Pul,^' and Hangers, Belt- !
bine A^in'r-'wVi'ee'i 1 .: *""* *"* T< " l ™£ '
limi'■ iiU', H *P M A'««WRY and STEAM
■, . L ! ifl ho "B' lt . »Id and exchanged A iin-in
tityol the same ou hand to be sold low su ha- I
Woi-king ,M I'chiin'r" *''""'" ''""' Gtoari »*»< w °°<'
Plans and estimates of Machinery for Mills
and Manufactories of all kinds. nil, 1 —d_vlv
No. t, Einii'iii Stiikbi', hetwee.v Main and
With Improved boUiUes and wiih a determina
tion o please in prices and style of work, we re.
-is'ciltitly as* li-oiii the people of Hiclunoiid, Vir
tuna, and the South generally a fair share Pi !
| 'a t ronage.
AVraiidalis, Balconies, Iran Railing,,, Vault and
big Frai'uTl iorin"" 88 ' Wmdow «."ards, Aw ,!
drantKeysand Rods for tin" and '
S. !'l' 1 ' 1 v , ; i ; 1 , , ;, a T l ""i>'di'aiits, coai snoots, a v
Weafsom-ui ' '"'' l " ,iil,i "~ i tido-t:>My. |
E.J.lL:.""'''* 1 ,," 11 ' _«♦»'«»«» of im.vhnn'J'and
wiVhitisiatVl,"''' «" :lt: ">"'>''l. and orders filled
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING^
/IAS 1 II IIMi ,inu PLUMBIN&
pANISL Q'IMUVNKLI., i |
PRnPTEBSr WAREHOUSE 7
Till I IIU.IM lll'l lihmibv
,! ASD MORE EXTENSIVE
PRINTERS' FURNISHING WARHHOfsE
'j South of Philadephia, is the establishment of
4 RicHJiosn, Va.
' The Richmond Dispatch says:
I Richmond Tite Foi-xdht.—The new dress in
' which the Dispatch Inus appeared tor some weeks I
t was furnished by Messrs. H. E. Ptiiniza a Co
- ' proprietors of the Richmond Typo Foundry' I
We have been using their type for eight, or ten I
years, and have found them equal in durability
nnd style of finish to the best foundries in this
country and England. Their prices are uniform
J Willi all the other foundries."
' "TnEßicnMoxnTrrEFounnar.—We have been
I R .'_ ol nn Inadvertence in faillnjr to mention I
. that the beautiful suit of type in which the 117i.0
| now appears was manufactured for us at the
■ j Richmond Type Foundry. This is tho third out
fit, w-e have obtained from that establishment
one before and two since the war—and we are
I prepa red to bear emphatic testimony to the fidel
ity with which the proprietors (Messrs 11 L
lelouw 4 (Jo.) execute their contracts to the
beauty and durability of tlieir work ami to the
rainiess of their prices.
The Richmond Enquirer says :
The handsome typographical appearance of
I I lis paper has been noticed and complimented by
the press all over the country. We take pleasure in
| slating that our outfit was procured from the
I Kicliniond Tyi» Foundry, Messrs. H. L. Psion m
tOo,. proprietors. j e lrV-deod*w«m
JNO. W. JENKINS. JMI, R. FOPnA-
T KNKEVS Sr POPHAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE-NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
: I'li. TENTH AXD BANK STREET, Rl. HMOSIi, \'_,
Will'practice in the Courts of the State and the
United Stale, and belbre the Court of Claims and
| Departments nt Washington. Special attention
; given to cases arising under the Revenue and
Bankruptcy laws of tlie United States.
Congress having recently passed a bill provid-
I ng for the appointment, of a COMMISSION for
the examination and adjustment of the claims of
| LIIYAL CITIZENS of the South, for stores or
■I'lMilus lakenor furnished during the reheUlon
an Hie use of the army, including the hse and
loss ol vessels and boats while employed in the
military service of the United States, and there
being ninny claims of this description which
should have prompt attention, we respectfully
Offer our sendee in the prosecution of the same
before the Commission, on the most liberal terms
according to the amount involved and the I
acterof the claim. For full particulars address
Attorneys at Law, Richmond, Va.
We refer by permission to Jno. R. Davis Pres
ident Planters' National Bank and Richmond
Hanking and Insurance Company, Richmond- I
Davenport k Co., Stock Hrokers and General
Agents, do.; Lancaster k Co., Hankers, do.; Hon
11. X Ellyson, ex-Mayor, do.; C. K. liingham,
President First National Bank, Lynchburg; Hon
J. I. Lewis, U.S. Senator, Washington D C
lion .las. 11. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charles H. Porter
] do.; Hon. AY. H. 11. Stowell, do.
rp If. lIIIOOKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices in the Courts of Caroline, Essex King
ami liiieen, and the United states Courts nt
Richmond, office at Milord Deiiot, Caroline
Iv all business requiring counsel, and in all
professional business, Messrs. CHANDLER k
-MORTON, of Richmond, A'a., will be associated
Address Central Point, or Milford Depot, Caro
hne comity, A'irginia. . 2—tf
CIWE#T CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,
(OLD RED SAVEET,)
ALLEGHANY COUNTY, A'A,
will be opened for the reception of visitors on the
Hoard, *.t per day; *iw per month.
. __„ - TIIOS. KINNIREY,
"\\f HITE SULPHUR SPKINC.S,
OREENHIUER, AVEST VIRGINIA.
These Springs, famous for their alterative wa
ter- and fashionable patronage, will be open on
the Is* of JUNE. They afford accommodation
The Springs are 2,ooofeet above tide-water and
the climate in which they are .situated is always
COOL and INVIOORATINO, affording entire
i.-li.-l irom prostrating summer heat.
Professor Roseiibergei's excellent band will be
in attendance, to enliven the lawns and ball-room
Masquerade and fancy balls during the season
as heretofore. '
An extensive livery will be kept at very mode-
Charoes—*3 per day and *7l> per month oi
thirty days; children under ten years of age and
colored servants, half price; wdiite servants ac
cording to accommodations.
my 12—eodim GEO. _~ PEYTON k CO.
liis desirable and beautiful summer resort
aled on the summit of the Blue Ridge Moun
i, on the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio r.iil
1, one milo from Aflou depot, Albemarle
nty, commanding a full view of the surrouud
coinitry, has been enlarged and thoroughly
tted, and will be open on the Ist of JUNE
o.iiin—Per month, *(v: per week, *12; per
. »8. Children under 12 years, and colored
h .' n OHALYBEATE SPRINGS are equal to
niches will run daily to and Ifrom the depot
10-3 m jno. N. BALLARD.
W~ EST END HOTEL, _LONO BRANCH, N.
J., (lormerly Stetson House.) Just refit
ted ; open June 10th; modem In structure and
first-class in every respect. Will be under the
Washington, and Peter Gardner, now of tlie
i Mac* House, New York, formerly of tho Ne\
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