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SATURDAY EVENING. OCT. Bft, WI.
KEEP IT BEFOIIE THE PEOPLE,
THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL
Till - , TAXESOF THE STATE WILL BE
NOT LESS THAN" ONE DOLLAR Ul'o.N
fill', HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA
TION, OR DOUBLE WHAT THEY
That undkh the Funding Bill
not a dollar in money wild ever
HKAt'll Till. ST ATI-: TIIF.ASURY AT PRE
BEWT BATES, AS THE COD PON'S Alii:
made ltecei vap.i.e for taxes, and
wild all be bought lp i! y the
County Treasurers at a discount,
and turned over to the state in'
lieu of money 1 !
W'edefg Treasurer Rye, oranypthei man.
to deny these propositions. Why is the
Richmond press silent on this question ?
Tboughtful men must, by this time, be
aware, that the people of Virginia aic
growing poorer and weaker each year;
that our decline in wealth and material
>rosperity is the result of the mistaken and
jjriiicio.is political opinions by which we
i ive been governed ; that the mass of the
people, wiser than their leaders, are rapidly
abVldoping the errors into which they have
heretofore been driven, and by which they
are now fearfully cursed.
Raleigh Travers Daniel, John 15. Bald
win, Alex. H. 11. Stuart and half a dozen
other men like them, certainly the most
ambitious, and possibly the ablest of the
Democratic leaders, have heretofore
mvle the public sentiment in the
S.ite ; speaking from the front door
o' the Cathedral, reared in their own
con:eit, have told the people what
t'tey must think, what they must be
lieve, and finally how they must act.
Only recently, these leaders were arrogant,
imperious aud dictatorial, and being so,
they advised the people to 4l'cat the first
and mo it liberal measure of amnesty and
reconstruction oilercd by Congress, with
scorn and contempt. Later, they pro
claimed that negroes were neither lit for nor
______ to the right of siill'rage ; that the
jury-box should be closed to them ; that
the whipping-post was a proper
means lor tlieir general degradation ; and
that each of the enlightened provisions in
the Constitution, in favor of cjuality of
rights and privileges, should be contempt
ously spurned and stoutly resisted. How
one by one each of these opinions in turn has
been abandoned, and a new departure has
been taken by the leaders, is history and
need not be repealed. The great vice
which ran through all their theories and
tainted fill their enterprises was this: that
vvery position taken by them was inimical
to the interests of the Stale, disastrous to
her prosperity, and ruinous to the people.
At the expiration of six years after the
close o!' the war, we find the Democratic
party of Virginia stripped of every prin
ciple which i* possessed when tho war
ended, driven from every position it then
took. Without principle or policy it now
enters upon a canvass with no banners,
and only one motto, —hate of Radicalism.
It can point to no one act of the Repub
lican party in Virginia, nor to any article
of its political creed, to which it dare make
■ >pen opposition, but it simply undertakes
to array one class of the people against the
other, to solidify native citizens against
those born in other States, to Oppose one
!___., who ought to be friends,
ke enemies of all men who do
and vote with the Democratic
undtrttkinj; is unnatural in tin.
if successful, it can only exag
_ evils a' rt aly existing; it risks
dantial interest of the State, an.
unceasing and remorseless war
'cry attempt at adjustment, re
tn, and permanent peace; am
„one simply that old leaders mi)
o leal, and old vices be propa
ie future, as they have been fos
.he pwt. We ask the peopl
,is not high time that they shouU
link and act for themselves ?
pie want the constitution eti
ley want relief from burdensome
they want an economical antl
ministration of State affairs ; they
onc-st, impartial, and unpartisan
; they want a liberal homesteat
j- and benignly executed ; the)
tero'is invitation oft'erred to cmi
-1 capital; they want strife ant
to give place to peace ant
lhe leaders, however, want no
te things ; but desire that, taxatio
[justed to meet the views of inonc
They want tho. affairs of State
stered as to provide sinecures and
or their broken-down associates,
re a judiciary, tools of their own
willing to nullify the law. The
; the homestead law should b
in the future as it has been in th
cry provision that canbeofser
I poor and the distressed. The
(elude emigrant! and capital, ant
tut V In.it i i . , >
to any condition of WOO tolerable friend
It is a fact verified by all history, that no
pe*! benevolent enterprise, nor any gmt
revolution, in the interest of human rights,
ever has originated with the leaders, but
that they do always spring from the people;
and it will be so in Virginia. If we are to be
viieved from our distresses, or our condition
nade even endurable, it must be done by
the uprising of the people, and the first step
n such a progress is to turn away at once
"rom the present Democratic leadership.
The New York //. raid favors a reduction of
taxation and simplifying the revenue system so
is to raise an income from as few articles aspossi
ble, and tlin.ii liuarits. So shall we R.'t nil ol a
swarm Of ..llici.ils. The entire rennui of 110 c"<-
ernmnd mir/hi _ dram* from a doSen articles.—
That Is lo say. two hundred and fifty millions of
dollais—a sufficient swa to n> lhe Interest as
the public debt and carry on the Government.
The above is from the Uichmond Dis
\ patch. For weeks we have seen in the col
umns of that paper, the Whig aud tho
i Enquirer, whal are intended to be damag-
I ing attacks upon the present administra
| tion, and the Republican party which it
i represents, because Virginia tobacco (when
\ininnfttctured) is taxed; the Kuiptircr
j gravely affirms as a fact, that every pound
of Virginia tobacco is taxed 32 cents per
j pound, and the money collected from this
i source kept idle in the United States
i treasury. Of course every one, including
the Enquirer, knows that every pound of
i tobacco is not taxed tS- cents per pound ;
| but every one does not know what propor
tion of the aggregate tax is collected in Vir
! ginia ; not paid by Virginia, any more than
by New York city ?_?i/s the entire customs
revenue collected at New York.
We give official figures amount ttf tax
collected from each general source of reve
nue for the fiscal year ending June ,'SOth,
. _ r-COII.ECTIOXB IX—,
Source of Revenw. j.i-yiiif.l. | I'nited StiUet
. ~irlts ■ *. r >9ti,3_'i *46,282,!. S
Tobacco 4,__,»11; :l -V_' S _.
Fermented liquors s,'J. - .i>i ''_s?'Ui
Hanks and hankers (n). 311,: ,-h «,(_!,-MS
Income 8T.606 IM«*.«J
das .i.X.. -_~. ,:s,l'_-.
Penalties Wis. ~«•.•»'
Adhesive stamps (b) ! 1.1,342,739
Articles and occupa
tions formerly taxed,j
but now exempt*. ; _~!.2 1«,W0,»W j
; .ft 9T0..8.1 »H4,011,1 T. I
This exhibit shows that iv the year ended
June 80, WI, .1. 89 per cent, of the entire
amount realized by internal revenue taxa
tion was collected in Virginia, and lif per
cent, of the entire amount of tax realized
from tobacco, her staple crop Xo otic
contends that tobacco representing 9-1, .(>.,
--011 of tax was consumed in Virginia, con
sequently the actual contribution to the
national treasury must be measured by the
quantity consumed in the State, which, at a
liberal estimate, cannot be over one pound
for ever)' inhabitant, ono million two hun
dred thousand pounds, one-half at 10c,
and one-half at SSc. per pound, say $288,-
We do not claim that Virginia pays too
little, for her poverty forbids free consump
tion of luxuries, and no ono regrets more
than ourselves, that the exigencies of pub
lic credit, to provide for the interest upon,
and retirement of public obligations (the
issue of which was forced upon us by the
madness of secession) necessitate any inter
nal revenue taxation whatever. For the
debt, and financial system requisite to pro
vide for it, we are indebted to Democracy ;
which inaugurated and prosecuted relentless
war against the TJ, S. government.
We say nothing about the fact that grain
producing Stales contribute $111,282,208
as tax on spirits, and $7,389,141 as tax on
lectcd in Virginia as tax on spirits, and
$3,250 as tax on fermented liquors, except
to inform our captious contemporaries that
Virginia is not bearing the entire burden of
taxation, wrung from her poverty by "a
swarm of officials ;" but though really the.
guilty cause of the war which inflicted
upon th. nation a burdensome debt, in
stead of enforcing the just penalty of the
transgression upon her, tlie loyal States in
vite her to resume her former place as one of
the family of States, and call upon her to
contribute to tho general expense, her ra
teable quota, proportioned to her strength
We had another object in calling atten
and especially by the Whig and Enquirer,
in relation to the assessment and collection
We desired to make an inquiry—what
is meant by the following language—recom
mending "reduction of taxation and sim
plifying the revenue so as to raise an
the government might be drawn from a
Under what head does the Enquirer cla.-.
oiir staple, tobacco, except under that of
officers have been deputed to visit the dif
ferent centres of the tobacco farad* in Vir
ginia, and consult with dealers and manu
facturers as to tho best means of relieving
the trade from necessary, but troublesome
restrictions, and preparing for reduction
of tax on tobacco, as prayed for by the
1 farmers and manufacturers, the Uichmond
; press is attempting to enforce a policy,
\ which, instead of bringing about a reduc
tion of tax, must inevitably lead to im
i position of increased rate.
11 is one of the evil signs of the times that
Democratic papers should be found advo
i eating or consenting, for mero party pur.
| poses, to a policy which, if adopted, would
prove ruinous to the interests of the people
! of Virginia. Is not the effect of the policy
j of hate and isolation, which has been ic
| commended by them, disastrous enough to
satisfy even the nioslextmne and reckless '.'
or are we in our " lowest depths" to find
a "lower deep" of ruin opened to swallow
the last hope of a patient, It-bring people,
by compelling increased taxation of our
staple, tobttcco, and forming our industrial
interests into a position of helpless and hope
; niggle against powerful and wealthy
F.uropean manufacturers ?
I'ARTIS IN IIISi'ATI lIES.
, especially are to be taken with much al
! vrmotmA state i Aiit.
The billowing rules andregulation-., prencrilwd
by the Executive Committee, are publish
tiic information of Ille public:
Ist. The gates will be opened dolly on f.
(lc lober, the Ist. _.l. and Sd Of N l.veni'.cr, at :i
o'clock A. !>!., .-tti*l i toned at siins.>t.
2nd. The Commit tees on Awn ids entering lhe
grounds are requested to report Immedl
their presence to the Chiefs of tlieir respt I
:'.ni. Uni'sts nnd delegates making themselves
km.wn lo Hie seci'ctarv will be furnished with
complimentary tickets, which must be shown nt
4th. Invitation, '~. vi-ii il.e Fair, Is exti ai
clergymen of all religions denominations r
in the city of Richmond.
ftth Invitation is also extended to the siiperia
leiuleiits-r teachers and pupils ol the orphan nsj
lams of tbe city, to vi-it the .founds one daydur
in. the Fair, and the proper officers of such in
stitutions, who may widi to accept this InvltOr
li.ni, will confer with the Chief Marshal, ih.it
due arrangements may be mad".
6th. Entries of animals nnd articles should be
made b. lore the evening of ths 30th of October 1
Failure to comply with this rale will exclude
petition for premiums.
I 7th. No animal or vehicle will be permitted t
cross the enclosures within the Fair . Irounds, >•
stand n] ion the track or can lace roods to the ol
strucllon of the way or Inconvenient c of Iravc
sth. \u jicrson shall expose anj article or thin
tor sale upon ilie Fair Grounds witiion! a li
from the secretary, and all authorised au.
ti.ine.'fs may exen tse the privilege by pa. I
half their commission lo the Society,
nth. No gambling or diuMdtrly conduct will i
luili.OlliccrsofilieSodcty*wearin. their had. i
| pass and repass tho gates and grounds wiihoi
lltli. Vehicles, wilh tlieir drivers, coiivoyit
visitors to tho Fair Grounds Will be exempt _o
tax at the entry .He, but w ill convey their pa
■ is nthe front or the ladies 1 reception room
and proceed without unnecessary delay ihfoa •
Hie exit (rate.
| |i2th. Private carriages and hones pay for od
! mission the regular entraooe fees, If retained up-
I 00 i In; grounds for the aecummodati.iti of their
j owners, and will occupy lhe space assigned ».i b
pith. Persons reaching the grounds by the rail
roadgatos are admonished tii.ii there are live
gates for admission, aud that undue baste and
pressure at any one gate may incommode the In
j linn, as well as women ami children.
14th. It is the duty of all marshals to oorred
all Irregularities ami check abuses. IT in cessarv
they will call on the police and report Ihe facts to
tile chief of police.
OCt 24 dCt Chief Marshal.
"ITARIETY IRON WORKS,
IRON and WIRE RAILING and GRATING
VERANDAHS, FIRE-PROOF VAULT Dl » IBS
.LOWER VASES and STANDS, SETTEES.
Together with every description of Iron Work
for BUILDING and ORNAMENTAL purp i ■
HO.', nml 901 IlaiiU Street,
■ipORTS.'VIEVS IIAI.I .
Nu. MM _Ul* Stukkt,
Is now receiving his FACT. STOi !K, [front
land and the manufactories Norm and 1..-
POCKETCUTLERY, new styles and in great
._ .1 — 2wd. w
Joartl and Tuition per annum *!!.'!••
HELMUTH LADIES' COLLE< IE,
uaugiirrffcd by H. 11. H. Prince Author. Itoa. .1
nd Tuition per annum, .236.
Pkksiiigxt—The Very Kcv. I. Heli.uit!i. D. D.,
lean of Huron.
»_r For particulars, apply to Major Evan-,
.oiuion, Canada Wo. f.
T.VOR NEW YORK.
The VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP and PACKET
RJMPANY'S elegant steamship GEORGE 11.
PTON, Captain I'aiikkh, will leave t.
at Kucketts on TUESDAY, OctoborSl. at I P H.
Connecting with sieamcrs for Hartford, Pi
wich, Stoningtoii, Fall River and Boston
Freight received up to the hour of sailing.
(31 ose connections and through hills of lading
given to all souUielll, eastern, and we-:. ::.
places; also, to Europe ami Australia.
Fare ..V. meals and state-rooms, extra.
I). J. BURR, President,
1-211 Main -
Wasiu.<;.,'_..■< k Co.,agents, Pier 12, North river
-FToil NEW YORK.
THE 1)1.11 DOMINION STEAMSHIP I'OM
PANY'S elegant side-wheel Stcamsl .p SARA
TOGA, Captain Col'ctt. will -ail on SCSI.A' .
ici.il.or 80, at _ o'clock P. M.
Freight received until Saturday night.
Through bills of lading signed, ami goods fiAT
varde.l wiib dispatch to all prints—north, south,
■ast and wist. ('!..>.■ c..iHiecii...i!s made \. Ith i la
iiifd line for foreign ports.
Passenger a..v,.lililiod:lti:lll.- Unsurpassed.
Fa re '
tccrage tt v
Round Trip Tickets -" ''v
For freight or passage, apply to
JOHN XV. WATT, Agi nt,
oc .S—at No. 3 Governor street.
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ture, Aft and Moral lieibvin.
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Price *3 a year—cash In advance.
Mil. TILTON, having retired from '/'/.» Aid.
penitcitfuml The Brooldijii Dailij Union, will In n -
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au A—ts ■
TT_ITEI> sr.V-KS OF a IHE RlCA—District
U of Virginia, ss.
lliram VV. Tyler va. The Tic; "E. Ludlow."—ia
In a cause of collision and damnges, civil and
Whereas, a libel has been lile.l In the Di
'ourt of the United Slates far the t..-i.<
Irlct of Virginia, on the oth of October, 1871, by
lliram W. Tyler, libellant, again-1, the Tl
Ludlow," her tackle, &c.
In a cause of collision and damages, . i. U
maritime, and praying process and m->
against said tug "E. Ludlow," her tackle, &c.
tud that said tug "E. Ludlow," her tackll . fet
may be condemned and sold t., pay such dama
ge*, wilh costs, charges and expenses.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of tbemoni lion
under the seal of Hie said Courl, to me dii
md delivered, 1 do hereby give public i.oie <• t0
ill person? claiming the said tug "10. Lii"
ii. ir tackle, lbs., orin any wanner interested thi re
in, that I li-> he, and appeal' before lhe said Dls
rict Court, to be held at the court-room in lbs
t'usloin-llonse, ill the city of Richmond, in ami
or the Eastern District of Virginia, on ths i-i
fay of November, ls7l, at 11 o'clock in tin
no,,n of Hint day (provided the same shaJ
lay of jurisdiction, otherwise, on the next day of
iii'isdi. tion tliereaflcr,) then and lliere la I
, ..se their claims and make theirallega.
Dated the _lil day Of October, IS7I.
DAVID 11. PARKER,
11. s. Marshal.
E. \. t.'.ix.vux, Proctor for Libellant,
"1,1011 RUNT—Two large DWELI
\V with modern coin eiiiene. - .;:■ .
ii:ig, -house and stable attached, near lhe ■
TO ALI.I'I KMi'-S V . IRE INSU
RANCE THE RICHMOND BANKING AND
INSUIi INt T. CO"v PANY oil. . ntsun
afe of mpmy, to bf
.: of all kinds of properly.
They ask of their frlondsand the public toglve
thi r.i a . all _ i ire Insuring elsewhere.
all your own interest and Insure with ue
T. B. STARKE, General Agent.
.1. I! Dai is. President.
.1. Un I. C. Ports, Sc, rotary. oc 28 —d&wiy
1) LCtFIC l_S I ii IMP COMPACT
OF SAN FHANCISCn
Capital, (Gold) .l.dflo.ono
Deposited with Treasurer of Virginia,
(I.S. bonds) iW.IKHI
iied with Comptroller of New
kbotders individunllv liable iinilcr :
I , adding 180,000,00(1 additional security to lhe
This favorite Company Insures all kinds ofpro
perty and merchandise against loss or damage by
..I the perils ol the sea, on Ille EO_tl favor.i
--1 Ie ten,is.
The Company makes PROMPT payment of
Chicago losses, nnd reinstates its capital toONE
MILLION DOLLARS!.. GOLD.
JOHN H.CLAIBORNE 4C0.,
-lw Agents, 1108 Mate street
| _M ii.im'K! nsniiMi:: insur\_ce!
PF.tershit.c, SAVINGS AND INSi'RANcE
OK I'I'.TKRS.UKII, VIHuIXIA.
D'AROY PAUL President.
SAM L B. PAUL Secretary.
FIREMEN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY
IF RAX MA. Cisco, ( A I .
Capital (soldi §500.000
Surplus (gold) 1_K>,0.17
Total nssels (gold) ,71>9,0'-7
FORTY' THOUSAND DOLLARS in Virginia
Registered and United states Bonds deposited
with the Treason, of Virginia for security of
.v. 1/1 tori Boardo/Ri i'< rent' —David Dows, Geo.
Opdyke,A. A. Low, H. B. (Tallin, V. T. Ch
in in, John \Vinslow, James Lee-.
FIRE AND MURINE RISKS TAKEN AT THE
Li WEST CURRENT RATES.
The undersigned, representatives of the nbove
. lan liberal aud prompt paying companies,
. 1 '/idly solicit tho patronage of those df m
THO3. M.'ALFIUEXD .;.SON.
1 lib, Eire and Marine Insurance Agents,
fc 53—d.sw. w:hn Oltlce No. ill.'Alain st.
IVERI'OtrI. .1511 LONDON AND GLOBE
tipital, surplus and reserved funds,
--.(■. in the lin md Stub's over ,:l, 000,000 10
tally ea- h receipts upward of (gold) _'»,tH4I I 0
.vested in Richmond, Virginia £.11,01 m 10
The shareholders personally responsible for llie
igagements of the Company.
All directors nre shareholders.
This Company offers undoubted security Ie lie
Mlcy holder. Its large assets, ioiiuens .income
and the promptness which has always eharac
'.i:c I ih" payment of its losses, force uiion the
mini!.,l ;o'. candid persons ile- importance of
10 protection ...» much needed at this time, and
now afforded by this Company.
DAVENPORT & CO.,
Office—No. lltil Main street, Richmond.
/CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPANY'!
(Incorporated April, IS3G,)
No. 1)0 Broadway, New York.
Cash Capital $.00,000 00
Sin plus 111.lib 114
Assets, Oct. l,i|Tl lil.UO 94
I Insures Buildings, Furniture. Merchandise and
Farm Property against loss or damage hy fire.
This company will not lose more than Twcnty
ii" Thousand Dollars by the Chicago fire.
■JAMES . I.'MiLEAN, Fires't,
Ea.vAiio A. Walton", Secy.
11. T. BROOKE, AM* T,
oc lii—if No. 1014 Main street, Richmond, Va.
IjIMPIIIK MUTUAL LIFE INS-fIANCE
NO. 1".'.» BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
G. HILTON SCRIIiNER, President.
SIDNEY W, CROFUT, Secretary.
This company is purely mutual. Allpolhies
Inconteetable for usual causes. No restriciions
upon 1 ravel or residence.
FOLK"ll ES ABSOLUTELY NON-FORFEITA
AU policies absolutely Incontestable after two
Good, reliable, and efficient AGENTS are
wanted for every section of the state. A profit
able position Is open to all those who can furnish
lal IsmCtnry r-fereue. sand are willing to work.
Apply at lhe branch odice of the Company,
NO. Mfl MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
O. A. LOWlirl!, Manager.
Medical Examiner, Da. A. S, MollAE.
y 11. s MELDS,
_.• (Latk or Chaxma n, Mohto.n _Sh'Bi.i>s,)
Ui.'s.'i ill Halt, Corner Tenth and Bins Streets
git lIMnNt", VA.
Practices in the United states Courts.
Particular attention given to cases uri-ing un
der tbe I foiled States R >v. iitte Laws, antl Hank
A li.it'll, ys outside of the city can have Iheir
Bankrupt caies licre attended to promptly, am
carefully looked after, by corresponding wit lime
thereby saving thi m the expense ot visiiiug tin
city, oc I:l—ts
jxo. tv. raiMHis. jxo. ». 1 iiriMM
Kimys _ I'oi'iiAsi,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
.. . -li IE—WO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
Con. Tii.-iTii axi) Baxk Stuekt, Kiciimoxd, Va,
Will practice in ihe Courts ef the State and the
United state, and before the Court of Claims and
Departments at Wasliington. Special attention
given to eases arising under the Revenue and
Bankrupt', y laws of the United States.
m!i 1. ,l_wlf
1 .tigress having recently passed a bill provid
ing for the appointment of a COMMISSION fo
the examination and adjustment of the claims o
1 LOYAL citizens of the South, for stores 0
supplies taken ol' furnished during the iebelliol
for the use of the army, including lhe use am
loss of vessels aiul boats while employed in th
military service of the United Slates, and thero
being many claims of this description whic]
should have prompt attention, we respectfully
oiler our service ia the prosecution of the sam
B d_i Commission, on lhe most liberal terms
:■..,■ . riling 1., ih, 1 amount involved and the char
■ 1 ii... liai.a. For full particulars addres
TEN IONS k I'OI'HAM,
Attorneys at Law, Richmond, Va.
We refer by permission to Jno. 11. Davis, Pres
Idem Planters'' National Hank and Richmond
Haukin/ ami Insurance Company, Richmond
Davenport ft Co., sunk .rotters and Genera
. .uncoster .. Co., Bankers, do.; lion,
ii. K. l.:i> -..ii. ex-Mayor, do.; C. K. Bingham
pre id.!.' i'ii-i National Bank, Lynchburg; Hon
.I.E. Lewis, I. s. Senator, Washington, 11. C.
11..11. .la-. 11. Piatt, do.: 11.'ii. Charles 11. Porter
■'~..; Hon. W. H. 11. Stow. 11, do.
ai, I—d&w tf
Mi 11. BROOKE
a I'TI IRNI'.Y AT LAW,
Practices in the Omits of Caroline, Essex, Ring
and Quern, ami the United Stales Court- at
Richmond, Office at. Milord Depot, Caroline
in all business requiring counsel, and iii nil
Jinn. -.-ionnl business, Messrs, CHANDLER k
■ '.ul,Kin, ..1 Richmond, Va,, will be as-.
Addles- Central Point, or MUford Depot, Caro
iine county, Virginia. ja 2—tf
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.—The
partnership heretofore existing between 1..
11. t'i.'AMu.i'.ii, At,inn, M..KT..N and 1. ll.ivm
t .in-1.1.-, i- dissolve, by 11111 Hull consent from and
after this date. Tic present t.u-iiiess will be
closed ii]. by ill" joint lal or- oi Ihe three mem
ber, "t the Arm. Ihe old Brtn oi 1 TiANi.i.i.i;
ft MORTON will con liuue business as hereti
anil 1. HAYES .111 ELDS on Ids own account.—
and I'.ank sire.as.
MIDLER, MORTON ft SHIELDS.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, AUCTIOWEKRINO, &c
E. B. NEWBURN,
No. 1014 Main Street,
SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEN TO
AUCTION SALES FOR ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, kC.
iar MONEY LOANED UPON CITY REAL ESTATE _3*
Ponies hovlne funds to loan upon City Real Estate (paying them TWELVE PER CENT. PER ANNl 'M.t would In 1 ii Id their int. rest to alv*
me a call.
GRAND t l.tWMi OUT SALE OF
LOTS IN HOLLADAY - ADDITION TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND, TO BE SOLI) AT AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST DAY
OF NOVEMBER, 1871, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.
TEH MS—Twenty Dollars rash ; balance nt 3, 6, 9 and 13 months' time.
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TO THE ~~"-*.^ ] 1 ]
CITY OP KWBMOJt'B. """- . '-
May tsth.lSri. " J
By BA TEH 4V TURNER, Surveyors.
E. 11. NKIVBI'HN, _o. 1014 Main Street.
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TH1 A. DAYTON,
STI*_AM ENGINES of Improved construction,
for all purposes, of Richmond or Northern build.
I.ailroad, Machine, Cur and Ca.peuter Shops,
. Planing Mills, Sash, Blind, Door, Cabinet-ware,
i (.hair, Bedstead, Wood on-ware, Agricultural,
I Machine, Handle, Spoke, Stave, Carriage Wood,
Cotton and Woolen Factories, Cotton Gins,
; Farmers, Foundries, Rolling Mills, Tobacco Fac-
I lories, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring, Corn and Paper
.Mills, Mines, &c, fro.; Forged and Rolled Iron.
Improved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Belt
ing, Lace Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenches, Twist
j In ills, SHam Ghuwea, Saw Gauges, Saw Gum
mers.Steam and Water Pipe and Fixtures, Pack
ing, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool Handles, Tur
bine Water-Wheels, &c, Ac
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
BOILERS bought, sold and exchanged. A quan
tity of tlie same on hand to be sold low, such as
Engines Boilers, Mill Stones and Gearings, Wood
Working, Machinery, ic.
Plans and estimates of Machinery for Mills
and Manufactories of all kinds. mh I—d&wly
WM. B. COOK. JOB.. YILBB.
N». . Ej mi :ii Street, between Main ABD
Fkakkmx, Richmond, Va.
WME . B . COOK & 0 © .
Willi UapfQYed facilities and with a determina
tion to please in prices and style of work, we re
spectfully ask from the people of Richmond, Yir
! t-'h.ia, and the South generally a fair share of
Verandahs, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vault and
[ Cellar Doors, Gratings, Window Guards, Awn
in_. Frames, Corinthian Columns and Capitols,
Ornamental Window Caps, Ornamental Brackets
for Balconies. Shelving, &c, Ventilators for Brick
and Wood Cornice, (Jas and Water Pipe, Hy
drant Keys and Rods for Gas ami Water, Trai>s
for Culverts and Hydrants, Coal Shoots, and all
j kinds of IRON WORK for buildings generally.
We also manufacture, together with the above,
work PLOW-CASTINGS, and would respect
fully solicit the patronage of merchants and
farmers. All work guaran ed, and orders filled
I SLOAT & ADDINGTW
1422, UM, 1420, mfliitn
asd Hoi. 18 and 15
Sorrn Fifteenth Stkekt
We make all kind* of NEW WORK in me .HA
\ WORK. We go In the eouatry to do all sorts of
j 9 ork in our line ; also make the best TOBAt '< 'O
MILLS in thi* world, and keep them on hand, r_»
I will as TOBACCO SOBFTWS of all kinds, to
gether with Bands and Billets, and all articles
i for the MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO.
We keep on hand aud for sale all sizes of new
j Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Power
Pomps, Platform Scales, Shafting, Hang
ers, Pulleys. Gear and Bevel
] And tn fact n general assortment of all useful
ARTICLE:." Ut our line, together with
JUDSON'S PATEXT STEAM-ENGINE GOV
: EUNOR.UTICA COS STEAM GAUGES,
' Si'ldt'us Patent Engine packing. Pelt Yalres,
Globe Volves, Tallow Cooks, Self-Oiling
Chips for both engines and Shaft
ing, Flue Cleaners, Oil Cans,
Water Gauges, &c,
All uf which we sell at REASONABLE PRICES
and on ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
N. B.—We receive on consignment all kinds of
MACHINERY, both new-and second-hand. Come
I and _cc us. SLOAT & ADDINGTON
oe .—tl.swAw. m
9&2&00 will buy THE DOMINION TOBACCO
WORKS, Toronto, Ontario—(original cost ♦!«,-
WO)— consisting of COMPLETE MACHINERY
for the manufacturing of Plug, Cut Tobacco and
< 'igars, with steam and hydraulic power. Room
to work 200 hands. Fifty per cent, may be made
here on any amount invested.
oc fi—d3m* Toronto, Ont.
1 I Mccormick,
AUOTK IN. XX k COMMISSI O NMEKUHANT,
Keeps tin linnil, for sain to the trade or families
at Jivivilte _ile, :i __f_a .lock of
DRY OOODS,' NOTIONS, its.
FINE CI.OTHINa FOR
F A 1. I, AND WINTER
' NEW BUILDING,
_o. 1401, Corner of Main nml Fourteenth »l_
With nn experience of 2<i years in the business
anil tliu best facilities for inß.nnf_-tm ing in New
York, is prepared to give satisfaction to t he t r.'i.le
an.l public in quality and price, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ss 90—d.sw . wlm
1871. «***»"' 1871.
Special attention is called to tho large and su
periorstock of Gentlemen's and Youths'
Now on stile, comprising ever}.bin. that is new
I in ntyle and fabric.
In addition to the above sup*riorslock my sam
ples for the
j CUSTOM DEPARTMENT
I represent the Immense piece good stock of
! DEVLIN k CO., OF NEW YORK,
from which I am now prepared to take onlers.—
My arrangements afford special facilities for ma
king them up in style and workmanship that can
not be surpassed by any house in this country.
a complete stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FI'UNISIIIX li GOOD:.
comprising nil the novelties of the mm.
An examination of my stock of this _ ..on _
manufacture is respectfully solicited.
JOHN S. DEVLIN,
100. Main Street, opposite llio Post-office.
______JK> TELS - &c.
/ I<ll.l IM 111 A HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, SOOTH CAROLINA
This FIRST-CLASS AND ENTIRELY 'NEW
ESTABLISHMENT, located in the bushier* cen
tre of the city, alt'onls the very best acc0in.,..,.!..
tions to the traveling public and pen) inn. in
guests. The rooms are large, airy and superbly
furnished. GAS, BELLS and WATER tb routli
out, Ladles' and Gentlemens' Baths (hot nnd
cold), telegraph ollice In tho rotunda, spac lons
supplied with Phelan & Collcnder's best tables.
With every modern improvement of a ,Srt .class
Is, iv all respects,one of the first nors ss Sontt.
The jiroprietor having had an experience ol
nearly a quarter of a century in the msnsge
ment of the Charleston Hotel, is s sufficient
guarantee that the "COLUMBIA" wi'J be found
WM. GORMAN, Proprietor.
N. 11-Our omnibuses attend the iu'rivnl and
departure of every train. uc 2t.--_i.wlmd ■
CONTRACTORS' TOOL 8^
Manufacturer of all descriptions of
MINERS', COXTKACTORS' ASII STONK-Co.VF.llb'
HAMMERS AND TOOLS,
Bush, Hand, Hedge, Face and Pean Una in.its.
DRILLS, HALF-ROUNDS, WEDGES, kc,
from tlie best brands of English Cast-Steel.
Repairing done on reasonable terms. Satisfac
All orders by mall or otherwise promptly nt-
I f__*Soiid for Prico List. se 27—w.lm
1 COAL AND WOOD.
/"tOAL A_l> WOOD.
Constantly m hand
THE BEST OAK AND PINE WYIOD.
I LONG, SAWED AND KINDLING- WOOD.
BITUMINOTS COAL AND COKE.
I at very lowest prices, at YARD, corner of Main
A CARD" FOhT~THE LADIES,
In conseqnenco of misrepresentations off cer
tain Interested bat onscrupnlous person", n* beg
leavo lo remind the
inOf or Ricn.OMi
tlmt the agency for
BUTTF KICK'S PATTERNS
.rues er ths
_o. 89* M»l« Street*
X ECKEMIY _ LAIRD,
Axn at No. 73:1 Maim Strekt,
nvite thot.llcntiie.i of the public to tlieir large
and choice stock of
GREEN-HOUSE and HARDY PLANTS,
SHRUBBERY and SHADE TREES for fall
CUT FLOWERS, etc., furnished at short no
tice and at moderate prircs.
For the convenience of the public we have es
abllshed salesrooms nt No. __ Main street, neur
Clghtb, where we exhibit specimens ot ihealwve
nrtielcs Also, an assortment of GOLD FISH
n globes or aquaria; IMMORTELLES, speci
nens of PLANTS. SHRUBBERY, 4c. The
adies are particularly requested to visit our store
md examine tbe latest novelties in our line.
Bouquets, Fun. nil Decorations, etc., can be or
dered at the store on Main street, or at our Grace
Street Gardens. All orders promptly attended
to and delivered In the city without extra charge.
Packing and shipping carefully attended to.
rpHE MOUNT VE__t>_ NURSERIES!!
OX THE ORIGINAL
It' _ S II I X a T 0 ,v ESTATE.
1'..--..|.-s a good supply of
! PEACHES, PEARS, CHERRIES,
I GRAPE VINES, BLACKBERRIES.
Hedge Plants Deciduous Ornamental Trees,
Weeping or Drooping Trees,
Evergreens, Shrubs, Roots, ke., ke.
llllUllAHH, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, nnd
CURRANTS constantly on hand and for sale in
small er large quantities,
oc IB—W*M Accolink. Va.
FRAKKI.IN IIAVIS. SAM'I. C KF.NT.
T) I('HMOM> .Mil. EltlES,
BROOKTURNI .ICE, IU MILES FROM CITY.
FRANKLIN lI.VVIS _ OO Proprietors
Two Hundred Acres in Nurseries.
1,.'.(_,_. APPLE TREES.
_. ,■ .tl PEACH TREES.
ISO.O-0 PEAR TREKS,
100.iv.0 PLUM, CHERRY, NECTARINE,
A I'll 11't IT, and 1.1 JINCK TREES.
l.fil. ,!«10 GRAPE VINES, CURRANT, GOOSE
UEIUtY, RASPBERRY, BLACKBER
I'.Y ami STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
00,000 ASPARAGUS and RHUBARB.
1,000,000 OSAGE ORANGE, for hedging.
This stock It remarkably thrifty and well
grown ; the selection of varieties has been mail
| with great care, and comprises those best adapt
[ c.l to Ibis latitude tor general cultivation,also n
j rlstiessuited to particular localities, and for sp.
i cial iihnm.ns
Catrespondonce desired with those who con
teropllUe planting orchards, and to those wh
wite in plant largely, great inducements will b
offered. All persons Interested in Fruit Cultur
are re;spectfully invited io visit the Nurseries.
Descriptive .dialogues fuill. lied i.v npplfci
ii,,,,. se 91—d,sw____n
T\ o. MirmoN,
MUNSON HILL NURSERIES,
FU.I.S CHURCH, FAIRFAX CI'STY, CIH..IMA.
j MI'S .ll . II 1L I. -V // It .A'R I_ .
A large tlock of first-class
li. IT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
APPLE TREES, Hit per 1(10 ; .120 per 1 ,non.
PEACH', *'o P*r 100 ; *S(. per 1,000.
STANDARD I'EAR, t-10 per 100; 00 cents each.
DWARF PEA E. **"• I 1" 100* B.) cents each.
CHERRY, *-0 pc" W9 ; Sn cents each.
PLUM, APRTCOT, QUINCE,
SMALL FRUITS, ke.
S-li'l t.n e:ila!,.. lie, and address
JD. 0. MUNSON,
Falls Church, l"airfax connty, Vs.
TORUtT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
'I'he Vlrsinin ..ursciT nml Wine Coiupniiy.
Proprietors of lliese widely-known Nurseries
have remove.l their office to Columbian Block,
(Corn Exchange) Room No. •>, second floor, cor
ner l iiiiieeulh ami Cary streets.
The stock for the Fall trade is unusually fine,
large nil't well-grown, embracing a full assort
ment of APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM,
CHERRY and other FRUIT TREES, as well as
small FRUITS, GRAPE-VINES, ASPARA
GUS, together with
ORNAMENTAL TREES, EVERGREENS,
For catalogues and information, call at office or
1 address ALLAN & JOHNSON,
| General Agents, No. .Columbian Block.
I se lft—ri,sw(-«: .n Richmond. \a.