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Dim LOCAL AFFAIRS.
SWEB TO TBE MEMORIAL
%*****? at R*?t*t*(-v I Baa-dier t* th* Msanrta
arra* ItH-stsi ?V ?>**?*i-r.i- Ba ?? Ku*
tBRUMNi Adv ?*???'*..
Thu ?uttr+lnry at thc Chamber o
t^ienerrc has rty-i-Miii the following
Navy Di:imi:tmknt. )
WaRIUM.Tvin. Manb 2, leWS. \
Sir,?I bau- ihe honer to acknorv
hrdge thc receipt of th*- uicnmrta) iron
the Chamber ut Commerce of tbe cit
af Richmond .allin*.' attention tn tb
SROc-raphical wtuauaa of that -itv. th'
improvements non being carried on bi
the fJovcrmtsf-nt in order to deepen thi
?hanni 1 of (be .lames river, the adi sn
tages to Richmond coauRaqnoat upoi
anrh improvements, both as a shi|ipim
part and asa location for a naval statioi
auttccplibk' of being easily defcndei
M-rv-on-ipanievI bj a t>lan for a proposer
extensile system ,>l docks), snd re'-ucsl
hag that a .vwiuui-Mdii ol officers of tin
ana; and navy l-e appointed to examint
tho ks.ality with the -,iew of ascertain
hag Ha ari'vantagc-s in connection will
tb* entnidt-sbiuent of a new naval stat tot
and depot for military supplies; am
also ext/miine, an invitation for sud
eon-Bii'-iimi to visit thc city of Rich?
mond to make tbe desired examination
In reply. I bate to thank thc Cham
Wr af Commerce for thus calling th(
attention of the Kary Department to tb.
-advantages which thc James river wouk
undoubtedly oller for tbe location of ai
arsenal and as a bas*- of supplies in lim*
af war. also as a fresh-water basin foi
the preservation ol iron-clads. and t<
the proposed plans for thus utilizing ali
At tbe present time, howey er. with
ant cooperation from tito War Depart
anent, the Navy Department would no)
teal warranud in iippointiug a couimis
aiota, as requested.
It is suggested that tbe subject bc
?nraally called to the attention of Con?
gress Rt its session in December next,
William K. Ciia.mu.kk.
Secretary of thc Navy.
TBE NEW YORK VETERANS.
8JMJ fsrsssrratlr ( onuniio r M Merl T??
XlaBl ?? ( sinpl'ir rr.paraiisnc
Tonight the City Democratic Com?
mittee will meet at H o'clock to make
Ir* final arrangements for the reception
af thc Cleveland snd Hendricks Wnr
Veterans' Club, of llrooklyn. who will
arrive here to-iuorrotv.
The presidents of Democratic clubs
are also expected to attend.
The tisitors will arrive herc tomor?
row on a chartered steamer. A huge
committee of Veterans of the Kine and
the Gr*** will go down the river on the
Ariel to meet them and to come on to
Richmond arith them. Our Veterans
meet them as Veteran*; in Richmond
the political organizations will meet
them as Democrats.
The Kines, and it is hoped some of
Oie companies of the first regiment.
will meet the Veterans at the wharf.
The last will hine h band ol moak of
Colonel .John ll. Cary, the chairman
af thc City Democratic Committee, hus
labored zealously to make this recep?
tion a success, and vs ilti the help he is
now i driving can safely guarantee
that Richmond's reputation for hospi?
tality shall not .sutler in the eyes of the
New i orkers.
nSn.OOO tOO rKlrlinii.nil Institute.
The friends of the Richmond Insti?
tute (corner of Nineteenth and Main
streets), will he pleased to know that
two gtiilienu n hay;contributed *'J"i.O<ni
each for thc endowment-fund of thia
institution. John D. Kockafcllei. Ks.j..
of New Vork. endows the professorship
of biblical theology. Joseph H. Hoyt,
K*-(|.. of Connecticut, also contributes
*2.r>,(M'0, which endows the professor?
ship of church-history. These profes
Horships will bear the names of their
respective donors. Thc president of
the Institution, Kev. Dr. Coi cv. is seek?
ing to secure the endowment of a third
professorship, to bc known a* the
"Inion Professorship of Kiblical In?
terpretation." Ile has already secured
some liberal donations and subscrip?
tions from our citizens for this com?
mendable object, and is uieeting arith
encouragement in the prosecution of
Mrltrf* ami I'oi-soniils.
Yesterday thc I nion Democratic
Club bad their Mag unfurled to the breeze
in honor of thc fact that tinner Cleve?
land was being inaugurated President
of the United Status.
Rev. John Pollard. D. D.. will preach
to-night at the Fulton Daptist church at
7:45 o'clock. After the sermon thc or?
dinance of baptism will be administered.
The wife of the pastor, Mrs. Coi nine
Floyd Klsom, is one ol the number to
The Snudai/ Telegram, of Klmira.
N. Y., which has been publishing some
admirable letters from the South, now
proposes to gue its readers some remi?
niscences of the Kindra prison, if they
can find a Confederate who was thereto
write them up.
The funeral of Mr. Percy I.. Carring?
ton will take place this morning at 11
O'clock from Centenary Methodist
Sheriff Hughes, of Washington coun?
ty, delivered four convicts al tbe peni?
tentiary last night?to*wit. doini Dish,
for forgery, three years ; Kph. Mitton
and Lawson Guinn, burglary. two
years, and Jim Esom (colored), larceny.
The city ambulance was called to
Elba station yesterday evening to take
home a man who had been injured on a
Mae* HwRlK-rls* lt* th* (tssii
The thiel who mad,' his burglarious
tour down tbe Alleghany road from
Unwardsv illc stopped in the ncighbor
bood of Westham long enough to
enter Ute house of Dr. Patterson and
ateal some articles therefrom. A not be i
house in the neighborhood was also
robbed, la tito stable of Dr. Patterson
tho thief left a pair of shoes, one of
which bad a cut place in the top, and
a broken mustard-spoon.. The spoon
waa of silver washed over with gold
nani evidently came from Mr, Seddon'*.
Yesterday this man who bas robbed
no many country-house*?-or one an
awering his description?was reported
to have been in Ileum o county about
three miles from Richmond, going
Flags Hying from several buddings.
short sessions of court*, the absence of
many urll-knewt- beac from thc streets,
together with numerous inquiries (br
?'news from Washington, were items
evhkncing the interest thai Richmond
felt ia the inauguration of Cleveland.
The skies were fair, the temperature
?tiki, ami thc stay-at-home Democrats
-ail heartily wished that their brethren
in Washington might hate "a grand
af*d glorious time "?.which they no
doubt did have.
Maaari mi* Btautttaj.
1. March, " WaiTenrufdes Kaisers.'*
(Clarens.; OrcbeMia. , '2. Tenor-solo.
"Ehren ?R (he Rhine." (Hutchison,j
Caa-Um F. W. Cunningham. '?',. Violin
eoki,'-Andante ' from *?? Concerto."
(HeiRiSrb.oJii'.; Mr. Nahaii I ranko, vf
Kew York.-*. " Imr'ruWmth.'' Hknx.)
jearenritva. ft. " L-rte.'' illsendt*!.)
(Mr. -.Valian I ranko, solrtist,) organ,
piano, snd strinew. (J. Tenor solo,
"Dream-Fat***." (Hntchcson.) Captain
Punalafkam. 7. Solo-violin. ??Gavotte
ami Vnrutron*.'' (Conrcti-l/eonard.) Mr.
Nshau Frank o. H. C?verturo in E.
Ea n chester ea tte rs.
IrnlBrairi ea! MeSal* I* tbe ruWir
?k-h**l?-CiMB~B Maur??~er***al. Br.
r-uptrintfiiiicnt Howie lu received
the eight llrst certificates which were
swarded to scholars of the High School
herc on theta1 work exhibited st the
, Superintendents' Conference recently
held in Richmond. This school wa.* a!*o
swsrded one Peabody medal for mak?
ing the bent exhibit nf any school of
cities of tlie second class ; hut when
ihe medal esme (wo were sent instead
ol'one, a* the committee who awarded
theste meda)*! thought the exhibition
such a creditable one. The certificates
were given lo tbe scholars who were
entitled to them yesterday, and
one of thc medals wa* given
to Master Ktlwnnl Pcple. he hav?
ing -totten live out of the eight
certificates. The other medsl will not
be awarded until the end of the session,
when it will bc given to the scholar
who stands the most creditable exami?
nation. Mr. Howie has also offered a
gobi medal (out of his private purse) to
tin eec ona* liest scholsr. When the
certificates snd medal were presented to
ti.p aebelara Professor Morrissett-, prin?
cipal of the school. congratulated his
scholars on having acquitted themselves
so handsomely, and urged them to
Htrive lo accomplish more in the future.
The yoting ladies who held the Na?
tional Ha/.aiir at < erslcy's Hall last
week cleared about sixty-five dollsrs on
their i-iitertilinment. This money will
be used to lit uii the young ladies'class?
room ol the Bainbridge Baptist chinch.
If there is any surplus after lixinf* this
room it will be used for the benefit nf
thc infant department.
In compliance with the request of the
(bld-Kcllows of thc city. Kev. William
ll. Christian will preach a sermon on
(bid-Fellowship Ht the Central Metho?
dist church Sunday.
The usual services were held al the
city i hurdles last night. Rev. J. M.
Reynolds preached nt the Bainbridge
Baptist church in thc absence of the
pastor. Rev. I.. R. Thornhill.
Mr. Willie Kider, who had his face
bailly bullied Tuesday by llie explo?
sion of a gun which he was using, was
doing well yesterday. His friends are
i unlitlent that he will not lose his eye.
Intelligentc luis been received here of
OM death, near Skinquarter. of Mrs.
Robert ll. Pst", mother of Mr. W. K,
I'i-i;Isl nar*, and I heir Book*.
BB far there has been no refusal Bu
the part of a registrar here to surreudcr
his hook* lo hw successor appointed
under thc Andcrson-McCormick law.
Ia is ?asneeMd that the (Upablieani
prefer to bs well in the mitlst of thc gu?
bernatorial campaign before they seek
lo tesl thc law.
There is an-elei lion in Richmond in
May for Treasurer and in all the ea?B
lies Rte district officers.
Aimoi v i.j-ooniis lor Sate tvasj*? sa.
The Armory grounds will ba resultl
by auction at 12 o'clock M. March
loth, the City Circuit Court having re?
fused to confirm the late sale made by
thc Hinii.l ol' Public Winks lo the Tred?
ega"'Company because ol'supposed in?
adequacy ol prici?. hi,i.(Ki. In re?
fusing to COO?rm the sale thc Court
carried out the recoinincndalion of the
? om I. I* llcfiU'il.
The following convicts were received
at the penitentiary yesterday from Nor?
folk : Lizzie Tabb (colored), one year
for malicious assault; Robert .Jenkins
(colored), two years for malicious as?
sault : Hercules Fuller (colored), two
?rears for nnuBenreaB?iig. sud Lewis
Smith (colored) eighl years for robbing
Unslings t ?i,rl.
'I his court met at 10 o'clock yester?
day morning, hut owing to the fact that
counsel in the several cases set for trial
were not ready the court adjourned,
after having ordered a nolle pvo.-.cqni in
the i ase af D. ('heathorn, indicted for
perjury, to he entered.
The case of Policeman Baker and
Justice James llolloran, charged with
perjury, will conic BB lo.day, when a
similar older will no doubt he entered.
Polii-e-.lu-iicc D, C. Richardson, when
the case was before him. would have
dismissed it hut for the fact that coun?
sel for the defence asked lo have it sent
on to tin- Hustings Court.
Police t oun.
I he following cases were disposed of
\ esterday :
Stephen Tinner (colored), drunk.
A lbert Slaughter (colored), assaulting
and heating Herbert Mayo, lined sin.
Herman Ileeke. charged with an at?
tempt to commit a breach ol' the peace.
and surrendered by his bondsman.
Five hundred dollars surety required,
.lames Kennedy, -rank. Maud **_;.."?f>.
Joseph Bunks (colored), charged
willi entering in the night-time thc
house of Mrs. Julia Slav ton and steal?
ing and carrying away a gold watch
and chain, valued at 4150. and bein BBB
%W and *70 in I'nitcil States currency.
Sent on to the grand jury.
Thomas Cooper was charged with the
same offence, and his ,a-e was sent on.
The same men?Joseph Banks and
Thomas ('oopei?were up on a charge
of tillering the dwelling-house ol Mr.
Henry Bodekcr and stealing therefrom
some wearing apparel. This case ssa.
These are the same men arrested bj
Ofricers Fun and Hannon.
George Kramer, assaulting and beat*
i ing his wile. Fined eKH) aud seal to
' jail for six months, aud sentenced to
J lalnir in ihe chain-gang.
Jjtst night Lynwood, Tellolson's war
j drama, was presented at the Theatre be
j fort* a highly appreciative audience.
i The play is well known herc, and is
? very popular. The company now play
\ mg it is diflcient from the one which
! appealed hen* before ibis season, and in
many respects the changes have been
made lor the Lest.
Mr. Kben Plyniton takes the leading
chsraclerof Vii tor Blanchard, sn officer
in the Federsl iiray. He is an excellent
| ador, and bowed to fine advantage in
. hi* part Ia*t night. Miss Rose Keen.
is Lucile Carlysle made a tine impres
, sion ; and in fact thc entire company is
To-night the play will lie repeated.
ami to-morrow night Roberlson's six-ie- '
ly-comedy " Caste."
Next to a dear conscience, for BMRd
comfort, give s man a pair of easy
shoe* and ? bottle of St. Jacobs oil
for tlie rheumatism.
Th* ~r?rin*a Mias-darti*
Stemwsy. ('bickering, and Fischer j
Pianos; Mason ? Hamlin. Burdett. '
Wilcox k White, ami Shoninger Or- ,
gsas. They ste at Ryland k l-cc's. , '
Mun stint. jj
Mr. MMrtrart W*BsU aa** tfca ItseMaa
This afternoon, al St. Pauls church
th's gentleman will address our citi/en
! on bena!! of the ?? Indian-Rights' A-mn
i cistion." The snbjret is one tha
should excite sincere interest in everj
breast, lt is time for tho people K
(?peak and vindicate the chara* ter 0
our Covernment. Mr. Welsh, the hon
orcd representative of a noble iaOt ant
father and uncle, leaden in every goo.
woik nf Christian mission and chanty
' comes to give the requisite informatioi
to enable sll to judge of the question
and call upon the people of this vas
country to -stand up for the rights o
the oppressed and command the goot
raith of those uling. He comes not ti
beg for pecuniary assistance. Then
will bc BO collection. Persons wh(
wi?h to become members af the Asso
ciation can do so hy thc subscription o
$2 per annum. All he seeks is to brin|
out the right and ?arong of this ques
tion?give information RB to the mes
?BM. which would remedy the eui
that have been a disgrace to this conn
try. and secure the sympathy of everj
Thc meeting will BO tanti at i P. M
at St. Paul's church.
Miss .lessie Parsons, daughter o
Kev. Henry hf. Parsons, of Toronto
Cansds (formerly of Richmond), i
yisiting her cousin. .Mrs. ll. 1? Staples
TOT west (.race street.
Maa* I nu
AV hen UM question is asked WaTj
Ryland A LOO sell Pianos sud Orgair
cheaper than other houses and give tin
most for the money spent, they an
1st. We deal only in the two arti
de* ? Pisnos and ('egans.
ita. This enables us to concentrati
our entire time on them?in selcrtin*
the very best, and buying at lowes
Md. We buy for cash and in largi
quantities, and hence buy at lowes'
4th. Hnying at ??rock-bottom'
figures, wc can better alford to sci
cheaper Bani those who buy on time oi
sell on commission.
of a new and better ern in the sale ol
Pianos iind Organs was ushered in yvher
Hylaad I Lie introduced to thc 0*00*1
of this city. State, and the South sucli
a superior line of Pianos ami Organ* M
can BO seen at their warcrooms. Vii
What iii iiu-ii * IsVRRRajr.
We handle only lirst-class instru?
ment?the best made in any country.
We caution the public aga hurt buying
trade Pianos ami Organs. They art
linnie under rarioua names, ure very at?
tractive for a law months, and then be?
We cannot alford to hazard mir repu?
tation on inferior instruments, for we
guarantee satisfaction bl avery sale.
A small lot of Percale Shins, worth
ll, we will sell at ('.fi cents each. Sizes ;
14j. 16, I6j, and IT only.
E. H. MT.Mi: ,\ Son.
901 Miiin street.
Burnaw ?'an<tui i'.r.
i'liiii or othcrw ise. cheerful! v com-olo
that the Pianos .-md Organs sold hy
Hyland .1 Le* have no superior.
SiiII.his from Throat
and lung troubles may rejoice io know
that they can be cured by a limper,
plea-ant. and harmless remedy, lound
in all om drugstores, and at a rory hm
price. We refer to th* tried remedy.
Dr. Day id's Cough Syrup of Tar. Hore?
hound, and Wild Cherry.
Old newspapers for sale at the Dis
patch counting-room at 25 cents per
Rv lana A I.e*
deal exclusively in Pianos and Organs.
and they donut fear contradiction when
they say that theirs is the largest house
ol its kind belyuen New Vork and San
Hl.siri.n inim 1U:ath. ? William I.
I'oiiclilln, of Numery Hie, Mass., says: In
lin-fall of 1H70 I was taken with lu.itt.i vu
ny Luxor, aMJowed aw u aavara eoagb, i
los! my appetite and (lesli, amt was cou?
ll ne. I lo my Beti. In 1S77 I was admitted
to tin- BaapMaL The doctors sai.i i ami a
hole In my lung as his: as a hall dollar. At
one time a lunarl neut mound that 1 w BB
.icu.i. i '.'ave np hop.-, nut a Menai told aaa
of DU. W ii.1.1 \ ii H.yi i. s iio.vui iou Tilt
l.iNiis, | got n holtle. when, lo my sur?
plice i .'..iniiieiiceii to pel weil, and to-day
1 feel bette* than RR three ye:,is.
I. Hills \M>|,KM I.IMIN s Hi-i m r.\:i
st A ni om - Main si reel.
A ana av axnaAav cnnan?Tinv n.?i i.
I'yiTi: ruled or plain?postpaid, tat M
ien(s. Hnt'RWlTH a IMiiiiAJi
Wu,i.,.Ks c.,n-i.i\ i.k nu, ami LOUS.?
The aaaal latpnMilij nf niasanpi mid eiii.a
i-lotis preparation ls alone aUril.iiinl.le to
its inti iiiM<- warta. Iwona etan af coughs.
I'olds. Asthma, lin.ii.'hills, Whoopim
Dengn. n. lotiiioiis Miiiiio-s,. iimi nu (jons
uiinptive Ny inptoiiis. li has no superior if
?i|Uiil. Let no one iieclect tin- early symp?
toms of dlaenae when an ajana! is nt iiami
t\ ll lr il lt ilfruie ill! rolllplaill'sol the Chest.
I.iiiiks. or Th nm I. Manufactured only hy
A. li. Wil.m.ii. Chemist, Hos!. sold hy
nil ilrUQgititH. _
SrokkTkixv (T'.yi -.
I.Mills AMI (il Ml 1 Ml Ns IlKsl y ii: y M
st A. Antoni's. Mnln streei.
'lin: r..xiuNATiox ea InnnuntaRia used
in making aoaownia PnoatnntAL TnocMaa
is snell as to Kive the lieut possilt!.- .-Teri
willi safety. 'They sri' the, tn-st iriiiidy in
BBB for Coughs, Colds, and Throat Diseases,
(io lo Antoni's lU-stminuii. Malu sire.i.
HPHE FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
-* OK THK M'ltXKHY.-The following in
? ll extract from a letter written iii the par.
man Reformed itr$?enf/ee, at (Ti:ii.il>er*
hm uh I'eiili.:
.Inst .,|?'it the door for lier, and Mrs. Wins?
low will prove the American Kloience Night
Ingale of Hui Nursery, of this we are sc
sure that we will teach our "susy tossy,
" A hlfSHiuK ou Mrs. Winslow " for heiping
her tOBurvlvc and cseu pe thc griping, collett
ing.and teething siege. .MUN. WINSLOW N
NO()THIN(. NVIUT* rel;e\cs the child from
l-siii, and cures dysentery and dlarrho-n. lt
softens the yunis, i-ediices Inflammation,
cures wind, n1 ic, smlcs rti.-s I he infant safely
through the teething period, lt perform*
precisely ul,nt lt professes to pei form, ey cry
part of lt?nothing less. We have neverts-en
.Mts. Winslow -knou her icily through the
prepaxatlou of her ? 'Soot li I ne syrup for
Children Teething." ll we had thc power
we woald make ber. as she ls. a physical si?
viour to the infant nure. Kotd hy all ilrus
glsl*. T?euty-tiy*-.vntsa tsittle.
VaTTAR EIJCCTR1C LAMPS STU.!.
- ' AHKAIV Kvery ,?u? usluc. tliem de?
lighted, dives a light eijual to four gas-J*!s
or ten otdlnaiy lani|is. No more lainp'sx
iilosmns. Th* oulj lamp in the market
liavlug hollow alr-ehaiuher hetvreen the
vick Slid oli-ii-senoir. there/ore Ihr only
me al^olutely sud perfect])' safe. The ?lou
dill not claimed. Will be eheerfullv given
lo any oneexplodlns thc*I Alt IV.Vii'. Hs
sui' iii nultsW-m. (iel Ihe NTVK. iiiaiiu
Iseleie.l hy Holmes Booth A Mayden, sud
Mild at 816 east Ms ii street, eos east Hroad
ar,et. H-/2 esst Hui,nl atreet. and al the de.
pol, 8 north Kio en h street. Use any or
tiusty kens-cut- uti al an ex pe use of two
?cwtsper iiliiht. J. ft i.vnn a. co. Role
Items for tbe soiiHu-ru States. Prto's)
(Ital)) ledi.! . .1 lull j.|l>
THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS.
SHORT ASD SENSIBLE PARER,
TB* RaiaHMdMllile* BB* Daile, ot the Pre.
itgg gklBMmi B*?t-r*ie!-n,,i *-,.
?lee-rma*s-*-*l?ai? ?rta* faailr.
President ('levelind spoke as follows:
Ft How-Citizen*.-?In the pre*enco of
this vast assemblage of my country?
men I sm about to supplement and scsi
by the oath which I shsll tske the
manifestation of the will of a great and
free people* In the exercise of their
power an.l right of self-government,
(hey have committed to one of their
fcllow-cilir.cns a supreme snd sacred
tru-t. ami he here consecrates himself
Io their service. This impressive cere?
mony adda little to the solemn sense of
responsibility with which I contcmplstc
thc duty 1 owe to all the people of the
land. Nothing can relieve me from
anxiety lest by any act of mine their in?
terests may sumr, and nothinfr is need?
ed to strengthen my resolution to en?
gage every faculty and effort in thc
promotion of their welfare.
sAKETY OK HEMOCKACV.
Amid the din of party strife thc peo?
ple's choice was made, but it* attend?
ant circumstances liave demonstrated
snew the strength and safety of a gov?
ernment by the people. In each suc?
ceeding yesr it more clearly appesrs
thst our democratic principle needs no
spology, snd thst in its fearless and
faithful application is to be found the
Kraal guarantee of good government.
Bul thc best results in the operation of
s government wherein every citizen
hss a share Isrgely depend upon a pro?
per limitation of purely partisan zeal
and effort, and a correct appreciation of
thc time when the heat of thc partisan
should lu merged in the patriotism of
l-l TY OE THK HOIK.
To-day thc executive branch of the
Government is transferred to new keep?
ing, but this is still the (iovernment of
thc people, ami it should bc none the
les.s an object of their affectionate soli?
citude. At this hour the animosities of
political strife, thc bitterness of parti?
san defeat, and the exultation of parti?
san triumph should bc supplanted by an
ungrudging acquiescence in thc popular
will, and a sober, conscientious con?
cern for thc general weal. Moreover,
if from this hour we cheerfully and
honestly abandon all sectional prejudice
anti distrust, ami determine with manly
confidence in one another to work out
harmoniously the achievements of our
national destiny, gre shall deserve to
realize nil thc bent lils vs hit li our happy
lorn of government can bestow. On
tllil auspicious occasion ire may well
renew tlie pledge ol our deration to the
Constitution, which, launched bj the
founders ol tim inpublfc ead consecrated
bi their pr.'ivcis ami patriotic devotion,
I has |',,f jilin..st :i century I.onie thc
hopes ami the aspirations ol' a great
people through prosperity and peace,
anti through the shock of foreign con?
flict- :ind thc penis of domestic strife
and v icissitiulcs.
VV A**HIN(, ION'S Willi I .ss.
Bj the Father of bil Country our
Constitution ssas commended for adop?
tion M ?? the result of a spirit of amity
ami mutual concession." In that MUM
spirit it should be administered iu oriler
IO pioinote the lasting welfare ol the
country and to secure the ful! BK!iSuTS
of its priceless benefit! to us ami those
who will succeed to the blessings ol'our
national life. The large variety of di?
verse and competing interests subject
to Pedare! control persistent!* leaking
the recognition ol' their claims Bsed
give us no fear that the " greatest good
to thc greatest number" will fail to
bc accomplished if in the halls of
national legislation that spirit ol
amity and mutual concession shall
prevail m which the Constitu?
tion had its birth. If this i,i
volves the surrender or postponement
ol' j.nv atc interests ami the abandon?
ment of local advantages, compensation
will be found in thc assurance that thus
the commBB internal is subserved ami
the general welfare advanced.
I HE IiiMsilit,'TION' Ills tiliHE.
In the discharge ol my otticial duty I j
shall endeavor to be guided by a just
and unstrained construction of the Con?
stitution, a careful observance of the
distill, linn between thc powers granted
to the Federal Govern!aaa* ami those
reserved to the States or to the people,
and by a cautious appreciation of those
functions which bj the Constitution
and law.s have been especially assigned
to the executive branca Of th-- <i..sem?
Hts OATH lill: lioi'EE'.s ot lil.
Bat bc who takes the oath to-day tn
pioeive, protect, and defend the Con?
stitution ol' the I nited States only ie
sullies the solem! obligation which
'Sciv patriotic t iii zen on the farm, in
thc workshop, in the busy marts ol'
trade, and everywhere, should share
vv ith bim. The I (institution which pre?
scribes his oath, my countrymen, is
yours : the (iovernment you have
chosen bim to administer for a time is
yours ; the SUnTBBB w In. executes the
will ol liccineii is yoi.i.s ; the laws and
thc entire Rchcme of our civil rule.
li om the town niicetiag! to the Slate
capitals ami the national capital. I
is your-. Your aver/ voter, ab sarelj
as sour I'hicl Magistrate, lintier Hie j
same high sanction, -lOUgh in a differ- |
cut sphere, cuivises I public trust.
"or is this all. Bverj ciuasa owes to ,
the country a rigUant wabli ..nd close ;
scrutiny ..fits public -erv ants imd a fair
and reasonable estimate of their lidelitv
:iud usefulness. Thus is ila- people's
trill impressed apoa Ihe whole frame
VCR- al our rivi] poHtj?municipal.
Slate, and Federal ami this is the price
of our liberty ami the inspiration of our
faith in the republic.
n HEH sEHV wis.
lt i* thc duty of those serving the
people in public place tu closely limit
public expenditures to the actual
needs ol' the (iovernment economically
administered, because this bounds the
right ol the Government to exact
tribute from the earnings of labor or
| the property of the citizen, and be?
cause public extravagance begets ex
travagancc atnonu the people. We
should never lu- ashamed of the
simplitili and prudential econo?
mies which arc best suited
lo Ihe ojieration ol a republican form
ol government ami most compatible
wild ihe mission ttl the American peo?
ple, 'those who are selected for S lim
j Heil time to manage public affairs gie
\ still of the people, ami may do much
hy their example lo encourage, consis
j tcntly with dignity of their official furn -
; lion., that plain way of life which
j among their fcllow-citi/cn* aids inte
i gi itv and promotes thrift and pro?
j THK niblet OE NoN-EXTKKKKKKM'K.
Thc genius of our institutions, the
needs af our people in their home life,
iud the attention which is demanded
, for the settlement snd development
j of Ihe resources of out vast terri- ?
'. tory, dictate the scrupulous avoidance
of any depsrture from thst fereign
policy commended by the histor*.. the
traditions, and the prosperity of our re?
public. lt is the policy of independ?
ence, favored by our position ami de- :
fended by our known love of justice. :
and liv our power, lt i* the policy of (
peate, suitable to our intertsti. lt is
the | oin y of neutrality, rcjectine; oof
share rn fnreipi hrnil.-i ami ambition*
upon other continents sud upallin*, tneir
inlrnsion herc. It n tho policy ol
Monroe and of tTtuhhujlen, and JclTi-r
Pmb?" IVace. commerce, uni honest
friendship with all nations ; entang-lin**;
alliances with none."
DUI Kl NA Ni T'S.
A due r. pani for the intereato and
prosperity at all thc people demands
that our llnances shall ho established
upon such a sound and Benaan!*! basis
ne shall secure the safely and confi?
dence of business interests and make
thc UMBUM *f labor sure and steady,
and that our system of revenue shall
be so adjusted as to relieve Ibo people
from unnecessary taxation, havin-: a
due regard to thc interests of capital
invested and workiiits'tiuTi employed in
American industries, and preventing
thc accumulation of surplus in the
Treasury to tempt extravagance and
waste. Care for the property ol' thc
nation and for the needs of future set?
tlers require that the puldic domain
-helli.I he protected from purloining
schemes and unlawful occupation.
The conscience of the people demuids
that thc Indians within our boundaries
shall be fairly and honestly treated as
wards of the (tovcrmnciit. and their
education and civilization promoted
with a view to their ultimate eiti/en
ship ; and that polyiratny in the Terri?
tories destructive of the family rela?
tion ami offensive to ihe moral sense ol
the civilized world?shall he repressed.
The laws should Bo rigidly enforced
win. h prohibit the immigration ol a
servile class to compete with American
labor, with no intention of acquirinc
citizenship, and bringing v.ita them sud
retaining habits rcpuiniant to our civil?
The people demand icfonn in th* ad?
ministration of the Qovornanent and
the application of business print iplcs to
publi. affairs. Asa means lo this anal
civil-service refonu should be in -fjOod
faith enforced. Our citizens hr.ve the
ri-*ht to protection from the incompe?
tency of public employes who hold their
places solely Bi the reward of partisan
sen ice and from the corrupting influ?
ence of those who promise, and the
trichina methods of those who expect
such ronards ; and tlm-e who yvorthilv
si ck public employment have the right
to insist ibat merit and competency
shall be recognized instead Ol party
subserviency or tb* surrender of honest
ADMIRIBTBATIO*. OP JCT1 ICC,
In the administration ol' m ^ovorntnent
pledged 10 do OOjnal and exact justice
to all men lhere should be BO pretext
for anxiety touching the protection ol
the hoodoos m their rights or their
-mi lily in th* enjoyment of their privi?
leges under the Constitution and its
inn. adrnont*. All di-i ussion as to their
Btnesa for thc place accorded to thom
a- American crtixena is idle and urjpro
litalil.. except as ii *nunjeats the nocoa
sily for their improranent. Thu fact
that they arc ritixena entitles thoa lo
all tho rights due to that relation, and
chaiL'.s them arith all n- duties, obli?
gation .-?. and rnsponsibilitios.
I.I.MAMHNT. \ I 1 TINTKiN.
These topics ami tbe t-enatanl and
ciei-yatying efforts of an active and
enterprising popiilntioti may yvell ie
cehre th* attention and the pntriotk
endeavor of all who make and exe?
cute the Federal law. ('ur duties
arc practical, and call for an in
diistiious application and an intelli?
gent perception of the claims ot
I'lildic office, ;ind above all a Rn* de?
termination by linn. .1 action tO secure
to all the people ol' the land the full
benefit! af the best farm al govern
n.lilt aver roucaMeJbd Ionian. And let
us not trust to human clim t alone, but
humbly ackBowlodpjirtg tho power and
goodness af Alnught) God, who pn
lidos over tho destiny ol' nations and
who has at ai] times been revealed ia
our country's history, let us invoke His
aid and His BRMBBBg upon our labors.
rrilE GREAT CLEARING salk
..dis- RIGHT ALONG.
I'l.o'llIIMi ch. aper limn eier koon ii.
Btnce we announced lue sale we bave sold
ont peat "itiantitiesof ptain.
Hie amount ol ..ur last moiitli's sales ii us
never done In ttlchaaoud any pebrnnry bp
any (Tothill:: Hourn since tlie square miles
kiioii ii sn tlie elly of inclinion.I Bri????
lcd u iovernment,
it lae aarprhn loererj one bul ourselves,
li .1.i not surprise ns. bara ibm are expected
tin- pco-iic loejanpaonr word* correct ly. ami
they liaie discovered timi our advert an
ni. nts ai-- mil lo pull (Hirsch cs or oargo Ts
lint to rHiriy sml simply STATE I UK
Tlli.se WBO lillie postponed plir.Tlli.es
should avail tlieiiiselvesal once of tin- (seal
BaVaalaffra M THK i.k.\KIiai.-|-i:m r
I Ii iN BALK, non ii! ils liei'.'li! as many lots
arc etariai out alis..lui.Ty.
Hut we roneoM thom- who have deferred
it by say Ina that THK PRK I- HOW MIK
I.i.W li; I HAN KVKIt.
A. SA KS A CO..
IPI* MAIN STKKIT
PBlVATt BAU AT ot lti/v_
I KAItM. Nl-AIt luivi'.u Mil.I.s. \JT&.
(TiNslsITNU ni Vdt Mi II. HIS KS ANTI
Ml l.K.s.sHKKI" KOKAOK. Ac, om annual
stock-sale yvilltiiHe pince Al'ltll. l?rr. Notice
hereafter. W. U WARING* BXrtt,
mn 5?l.i I'ost-oll.ce. sahot Islaml. Va.
DI lt YR Mtl.T WHISKEY.
VI SKL OIL!
DO Yoi' KN'iW WHAT IT IS f
Ask your physician or iirtiRRWt. ami he h ll
tell pen lt <s a
HANK. DEADLY POMPOM.
Ul Kl V s POM MALT \\ HIsKKY
ls entirely free from fusel oil: Bnuatatel)
pure anni unadulterated; a |iosiliye
IMTMoNAKV TKotHI.Ks. KALAMIA,
lNDKiKsTIoN. WASTIM. DISK ASKS.
? ml the only recognized
ANTIDoTK POB] CHOLERA.
A BKVKKAUK AMi MKDKTNK OOM
s.-nt to any address In thc United states
(east of the KocSv Momilauisi. all express
chsraes prepaid, in plain ease?no chane*
for foiiinieiii?ciiitaliiiua six quart hollie*.
ea receipt of mu JiJlari.
1'KH K. OKI DOLLAB PKll BOTTLE.
Hold try leading dnui-isis mel tine |roeerj
THK IHKH MALT -WHISK KY <''?.
E. A. HAl'NDEItSiftON, aitentsfor Rica.
Biond. fe l? 11 :.i.v? li
um. isiah at r-aiiiTi* s vi.?
T?OR SALE IMilVATEl.i. \ af*
A NI-AV HUH'K STORE, now leased Rm
tor 88(10 per annuiii. Ul a .'ssl lis-atlo.i.
Will always coiumaii.I (fins! rent. I*tlc_
88,000, KKAN'K H. HILL A (VI.. w
lOll ,*>-8t No. 8 i:ie\enlll slnfet.
liOISUSi ARM MH.SSS
street keep* CONHTA Yi'l.Y IN.
H'I'iilK KVKIIYTHINO SUITABLE
(lETTlNti IP KINK HTY LIKU. AND DU?
RABLE GARMENTS. Th* low price* will
surprise any ou* used to One work.
Alt ntl* HSI.I-ft?tm* rn*-.
Us lits. Macdougall, Aocitoneer.
Nf. 1314 Main tuon*.
Tsfl.M.ANT H()|JS*KH0IJ> Fl RNI
TAIILK-Cl Tl.KRY, COT N TE IIB.
AT Al ITlON*.
nt H'S o'clock, I will sell al my a nc linn
it ILSE WALNt'l MARBLE-TOP CHAM
BER Kl ITH;
WAI,MT WARHllOI'Es BUREAUS.
KlATHKR-HEl'S. Hoi.*' I Kit*, and I'll,
MAlloGANV, HinEROARim, MIRRORS;
A large Urie of IIKHMTKAHh. MAT
T!H->s(.s W ASHS IA M'S. TABLES.
rHAIH-t. CROCKERY. BPHINOM.
I'Oi'KIM... HEI.F-FKKIHNT'-. ami
other si. iVEs. ,\.... ac.
A I.sn I
Uh grow NEW KM YES and FORKH--B fin*
3 Pl.ATKO SIP iW-CASKS, Ar.
ic.li "> Auctioneer.
VltllOV **tl I ?, ?loltir. Ila,,.
TWOBKAI TIFILSJ Bl IIBAN'CI
EAIIMS to be soltl THCRsHAY. ?*?**
Mardi ld. 1 ss;,, t ?? Ku,\ ?. na|f at\UM east of
thin cits', on tin- osborn pike, adjoining
Chatsworth anti Tree-Hill farms -one about
HO ACRES, with lai<c duelling, gtssl ont.
hott*e?. kiss! w?U-r. choice milt: the other
u zs-ACHE LOT. with brick hon***, well of
Ktssl water, choice fruit-tree*, both very
desirable lunn.-*ami In saghl of Richmond.
For further deacrlption, particulars, anil
terms, ivtblre**.!. H. CHU.PREY. 114 south
Eighth street, administrator of the late
J..tm T ami .inh.i a. OBlldray.
_ mn S-Th,F,Btt_Tu4l
Hy K. H. Cook. Auctioneer.
/ J FXTF.F.I. HoTsF.HOLI) A N l>
" T KITCHEN li'KM'ITUK, AT No. Hi
sot THt'HEIlltY STREET. AT AUCTION.
On KHIHAT. 6Tit inst wt.
at ll1., o'etoe?, I will *ell a* ais.v * i the re*i
il.ii.>t I'aptulli W.N. Bragg, who ls tie.
tiinliig housekeeping en account of ill
ii.-it.itii , all of hi* lurnlturtt. embracing
Walnut Iwrlor suit, new-brussels ('?rr****.
I ac i urtalns. Marble-Top Tallie*. Walntit
Eitcnslnn-Table*. one Tropical Refrlgera
tor i/lmmer's patent*, Walnut I mi mu?
lloon! Chairs, Merbie-TOp 1_?_ Tabtae. usa
oil-cioih throughout th.- tiotue*. C?amber
suit* in Wainnt ead Poplar, one is'auiiful
Mantel flock ?everal rtetf-Peedlrig stove*,
Matt lesses. China. Crocker**, an.! (? lass
ware; Kilcbeti (Itel?illa Including Brat-rate
Cook Morea Hoods moat be removed Im?
mediately aftf-r sale. E. ll. COOK.
tub 4 Auctioneer.
Hy CBeU lunn .V BOBS,
Real 19??te Aejanta, A act to?ears, ami
No. ,"i north Tenth si....
"PBUSTEE'fi AUCTION sam: of a
A lot ol' l.WliuN "I'HK EAST LINE
OP TWENTIETH BETWEEN QR ACE VM'
HltiiAH s'IKEEIs. WITH A BRICK
DWEEI.INt. I'HERF.oN.-Bv virtue ol ?
.led ..f trust from it. sedgwick, dated 14th
.lay of June. I sri, ami of record in the
clerk'* otticc Rich mond Chancery tour!.
D.B. 100B, page IIB, deBtuli having i.d
linnie In thc |si> Incut ol the note therehv
secure.I. iin.l iwhiK required *o to do by the
hobler of amid note, I shall prot-eed toiell Ly
linet lon, ii|H.ii the groan laen on
PRIDAT, M vm ii i i I-S-,
at 4U o'clock P. M.. tbe PROPERTY located
aa above, andI numbered nv . The lot hs*
a front ot il" feet on siini ea*l I Ina of T wen
tiethsin-et bj ji depth of le fc*L lie dwel
ling contain* *la room*, all In ten*stable
condition, Wltheamall outlay In th* way
of repaint ibis propert) e.\u bo i. uted s>> as
to yield i iiiin.isoinc .bs Idend.
ii i j "s; I j. sh ns toa note of st non, with
Intern! from Hie 14th ia.v ol June I -
ami rxpenae* attendlngthe sn!": thereat
due If any, tobe made known at tba time
ni sale. J. SA Ml EL WILKINhON,
I'uiviMs.. ,v Rosg tact'oneer*. mh i
Bj ? iiew Bing a Rosa,
Real Estate Agauta Anetta?seen *mi
N'o. '. north lentil ?treat.
t J KAM> SALE ol' HIGHLY i'AI.
* * I VIII. I. W EMT-BRI i.Vllsl REBT
Bl I Lld NU i ..l's. n\ i,.,(,i.si ot tbe par?
ties 'ii intel.st st,, shall nell by auction
ti|sin tin- pramlaea, on
MO.M'AV Mach '.i IBM
j.i 4 ..clock P. M.. EIQHT I'.ITLI'INd
LuTM. allua ted on Ihe south line of Broad
between Laurel and Pin* atraeta. Weven
1 taretoaaasrttbatnoauehopporiunltj si.n
I likely i.e ..tier. .1 that st iii atmr-i i.ihaaeri
a better chance for in vestment or speeuUt
I lion than tb?mle. Will be eiid assn en?
tire** lf*ode*ln*d. A plat of tbe propel y
, si ll he shown nt tin- holli' ol mle.
Pal vt-j lass.
CHE" NINO .. ROME,
inti l Audi.m. is
By beich Brother* .s Pbelpa,
"i Main street, gorfbik. Va.
DAMAGED i'OTTOX AT U C
I'HIUA* . vi vi;t ii tint.
Bl IS o'etoe?, on tin- premlaaa we will ?til
for whom ii may concern ail Uii-coiton
damaged hs tin- and water at the recent
Are on tbe _ r? t r i Pebruarj. the hulk of about
Tkksis ; fash.
LEIGH BROTHRRR A I'HEEIN.
nih S-ll _ _Auction
By J. Thompson brown A Co.,
Kcal Estate Agents ami Auctioneers.
lill Main street.
/ MIMMISSIOXF.ITS SAI.F. OF 87
. V7 ACHES OP LAM' IN HENKH'o
t HENTY. ON THE RIDGE UDAH. Allot r
, SIX MILES KRON RICHMOND. NOW IN
, I'tlSSESSIiiN ol?' THoMAS li. CRAPTON.
r.v rlrtueofe decree entered In the?Lea
I rico Circuit Court in ihe t ase of Tyler A
i Swift... (ration rf ate., entered otb Octo?
ber, issi, the imdemignad.special cot?mla*
I lionel' aii|*. Intel then lin, wilt sell, on
MONDAY, Mvm ii h. 18H.T..
: at ll o'etoek M., ai the Henrico county
; court-home (that being court-day), that
; (-ACT OP LAND.containing B7ACREH,
1 in Henrlee counts,on the itnine road, about
six miles ireal of m.-city of Richmond lo
nesolil as a \i liolc or in pait.sto suit pui
Tan?a: one fourth .-ash; tba ie*ldlue In
, six, twelve, ami eighteen months altai
iiate ii i*-r cut. Interest added; tit?ira.
' taine.1 till hII saul pinchas...money is paid
i and a rice J oi dei cit ns the Court
A. W. PATTERSON.
J.Thomi-si.s BROWM- Co., Auctioneers.
f..i sis ur Hknkii'o?1*4 rm; lit:, i ir
cm-ur oi s .vi i> c. rsi v ; Tv les AH wi rr,
P_!.is rn is, si.vis.si- citArron .vsi>
oi Kins, lu i islams l? iii v sci.av.
I certify that speciul-Citiiiminsioiier A.
i w. KatterKoii lia* given the hom! required >.r
him liv iii'ii. i' .ni,.ci in said muse On tba
'..th (fat's ot nero'.er. 1-S4.
tiiven uniler ins hand this gath Mt/Of
SAMUEL P. WAHI.IEE.
fe -j.1 H. .'.
By R. H. ('harlin A Co.,
Real Estate Auctionsera
npRUSTEB'8 SALE OP THAT Most
AT THE Ni HUH EAsT CORN ER OP
FRANKLINI AM? EKiHTH sTUEEl's.
CONTAINING Allot T TWELVE ROOMB,
BRIC! KITCHKN ARD
ON THE ALLEY IN THE HE VU.
Hv virtue of a tleetl of trust .lated July I.
18*'ii. duly iccoiilcil m Rich monti Chancery
Conn, D. H. IM H. |*?*e^H*. and at the re
uuest of the beneficiary, default havinnb.t-n
tuade lu the payment of thc note at -cured,
1 will sell hy public auetlou, on the prtiu
' IMS. Oil
SATIKl'AY. .tl .tnt ll 7, 18S.*i.
!' at ts o'clock P. M.. ttie above deerrlhed
tlrst-i-las* dwelling. The location of this
I'Hol'EHTV. with nice and consenl.-ntly
arranged ofliccs render!lt sci tknunnie for
a pi..tessi.mal man. The hot_e w In Btce
I ortler. having lieen lately thoroughly re
! i*iiu.-il. The int finnis :(.*. feet 7inehe*iiii tlia
i east line of EbXbtb siic*t, extendlBS buck
alone ami pa ra I le, with Franklin street IBO
I f.-el to au abes la common 80 tatt wide
I'liuis: Cash as to expenses of sale and
I d.-ht due of I*.870. with niter.-*' from July
I I. 1SS4 : and the balam-.-mi term* to he an?
nounced ut sale. M. E. SPOTSWOOD.
Sale bv R. I1.CHAKHN A Co.. Auctioneer*.
fe '*.V _
vt aa ra.
/ Ml KAI* FOR (ASll-TRV IT.
" lille Wish! -Long. SSVaiSl. .Spilt .klll
dllngl; Oak Wtaxl?Ix>n*. suwisl. Split'kin
illuig . Ueliverie* promptly made. Tata*
?diana, SOO. "?. eanking nothing I* said to
ts-so cheap. Coal anti Coke of all kinds ut
ELBA COAI.-YARH I'ilclier'?). Broad uml
line street*. BM a-TuTbiS* ll
1:0U RF.M. NICK I.(U)(.IN(.-g|
ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN ?rRU*
j sinai family wimont ultlldren; gu* and
: water. Willi or without boar il*: at Til Main
! ?ir*el. Appi.v to Uh. .STEKI? ne\t d?*>r.
- sst?e-~ti HaASuit
FOR RKXT. THK TWO-STORYm
DETACHED ((HICK HWELLINtlB-l
N'o. 40.1 east Clav street: all modern conve?
nience*, tange, hot aud cold witter, bath.
Latrobe beater; and the house will be put
tn |* rfect ardor. Hu Mediate i*?ts?ilou. in
t|iilre at 404 t?*t Elsy *lreer.
tee V. LEI BLUM CT H.
a r?reo ?* a VtM+ruttcrr Mavra.
I'.,?,? (.lu-will tuc .V K---S'
? Reni Istaie Auctioneers ami Rrotter*.
No. fi north Tenth street.
/ MtMMISSlONERS A I t T I 0 V
\ HA LE OK TH REE 1/lTSOR PARCKL-*
OK LAND WITH THREE 1'IIAMK TKN
KMKNTS TliKI'.KON. Nt'MDK.ltKD Ll. IV.
AND IT. SITUATED ON THE KAsTslDE
OP SEVENTEENTH BETWEEN MAIN
AND CARY HTHK.K.l-H lly virtue of a de?
er, .-of the tin-oil Court of the countv of
Hi m,cii. entered on the 'ililli of Fettriisry,
IPs.".. In thc cause of *-elglesAe.. t.. Wld
meyer ss'lmliiisfralur and ats., defendants.
the undersigned, s-s-clsl is-imtulHstoner
flier.Tu appointed for the purpose will pro
reed lo sell ul public suction, upon the
PRIMAY, MvsiTi in issy
Bt 18 o clock M.. the alstie-io.-nl.oneil and
described rilol'KHI V Irontliiu 4*. fe?t l's
inches on lae east line ol' scvctueeiiMi street
and running Isick betw**n .rr.-milsr lines
about soi. feet. sn.I havlnk a n-sr width of
80 (Ral 7. inche*.
The tenement* aro continually occupied
?ij prom pi-pay lng tenants ai. rents which
will pay a handsome interest iifton the
aiiioimt *xpeeled l..r lin- property.
Ikkms: oiieihinl in cash; balance tn two
is|iml liistaliii.'iiis.ifs.x and twelve months,
'ukon* lr..m (he pur. honer, to *B*ar* ll..' <l>'
lerr-'.l pal melita, ii.-i?..lln,!.Ie pol**, willi in?
terest Slided, and the nu,- lo bc retalnc!
until nil ihe piirchase-iuonev is paid and a
conveyance ordered hy the Court.
EDMUND ' MINOR
Clir.WMN. A K.-sli. An- t loners.
In nu. iTiii iiiT'iiiKi nt i ni c .( s ry Oe
llr.VHI.O _ I'MKIsl l y\ Kill.Kl. I'i.VIN
till. AL A I Ns i \\ IORI .11, s \ um I Ms ri' \
Ton ANO Al-H.. Dill N|. \s ls
I herei.y ivrtify that tiie band required bp
decree tn the shove hut. em.-rod on the
Jeth .lay of Kchruaiy I ss.-, i,,kH baafl daly
i.li. ii under niv hand Ibis -M day of
March. 1880. GEORGE W.CARTBR,
mh I_? i. ru.
By .las. Macdougall. Auction..-i
No. *jm Muna attsrot.
CTOCsv, FIXTURES, LICENSE,
0 (i.ioii-Wil I. A... OP THK OLD Ks
TAHI.IsllKD AND WKI.I.-K No\\ N HKs
TAL'RANTNo. 80NORTII KUI RTRENTII
STREET AT 'AUCTION. At Um n-.|ii.-st of
Mr. yy iniaiR MaaUlnaa ftopnator, who is
altoiil to cognac In other lu.sm.-ss. 1 will
I RIDA1 MAW ii dru.
nt 10' o'clock, the entire eentSUM ?>( thc
Blsiye-iiieii!.<,iie.l tim !y-.- |";|,p> .1 cstahllsb
lneiil, emhraelniC. t-utli*.
i XCELIJ-'.NT UAH- 'HMM- and OTB
LARGE MIl'.Kolt mid ULAW4-RACR
1 IT tTED HU0W-CA8E,
I'M AMT Us. UL asm I s
I LA Ri IE BEER- and MKAT-REFRIOE
:( EXCELLENT I CE-Bi i.\ IX.
1 NEARLY NEW COOKJNG-K tNOE, with
Patent itoii. r attached, in pi rfeel
I \ IKNstoN.TAISI.I s. (Tl VI RH
? lto( KER*! -sll \ KR-PLATEDW MIK.
(.I.A-ssyy \BE. CARI'ETH,
oll.-i'l ,o IT I. CHANDELIERS d
(ot*.-tiler with the ItalAllceoi HT0CK,
I.ld \-| i.ii.ui.yy h.i. KE1 . Ac
Ihe attention of p* rt lea in want is asked,
iiw Ihe trots ls wu,!. III. si,i n.
IT li Ms: At -a>)e,
IAS. M ii'iml'ii yi I
mh :i y i. '
t( tl I Ko VII l.tM-Si.
AND POTOMAC RAI LIMA: i.
TH KOICII AIJ.-KAII. KAST-KRKK'HT
LINK M ANO Hlo.M BALTIMORE,
I'HII ADIT, Dill \. MW iiiKK,
ANDEAHTERN AND WERT.
KILN Cl MKS.
ONLY TWELVE Hot'HH KKTUT I \
RICHMOND AND BALTIMORE IN
Correspondinely iiulclt time to other
points. Through hills of tad I na banad ?t
low rate*, c. A. T'y-i i.. IR,
jy l ("in iai Freight Anani,
;.; i-t:: ? I KK Ol' (eTKAMMM*).
NLY ONK I MILLA lt 'J^TsU*.
NEWPORTS NEWS, NORFOLK, Ol
AND ONLY DIKKiT ROUTE WITIIODT
! lRANMhlloR CHANi.EoK ANl KIM).
I ONLY fl.RO TO OLD POINT COMFORT.
o.M.Y 78( . TO CLAREMONT.
Second-class tickets still low.ir.
VIRGINIA RTEAMBOAT COMPANY S
.1 tMKH-RIVER LINE
roll NEWPORT** MANS. NORFOLK,
PORTWMOl'TH AND I IMEM-R1VER
CONNECT*) AT NolU'ol.K CLOSELY
\\ ITU BAY LINK
FOR OLD POINT, ll M.TT Molli: AND
THK NORTHS AM K AFTERNOON
AT NEWPORT'S NEWH Willi STEAMER
ACCOM VC FOR syn rilFIELD,
AND AT CLAREMONT WITH ATLANTIC
AND DANv HIT: R IILROAD Koli
WAVERLY AND ALL stations.
TICKETS: RICHMOND OR NORFOLK
TO WAVERLY, 11.80.
ONLY ALL-WATER Roi I K.
JAMES RIVER HY DAM,Ililli'.
RATER, MITTI Ll ?.-.?. THAN HALF
CHAROKD HY ANl OTHER ROUTE.
FARE To NORFOLK. $1 -NO LIMIT.
WAY-LAN DINO FABErt from nae. lott.
Hecond-claa* iickets still lower.
ELEGANT MEALS o.N EUROPEAN
The elegantly rehuilt and fast steamer
A III KL.
'carrying (Toled slates Mall.)
Z. C. (JlFFORD, Commander,
leaves Richmond even
.MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, ano FRIDAY
at 7 A. M. (STREET-CARS CONNECT IN
FULL TIMK, for jilwiie-iimiied places, ar
' rlyiiii* al Norfolk at B o'rlaeh P. M. Re?
turning, the steamer leaves Norfolk, I'oiis
nioiitii. unit New polis News ou Mlaruate
days. arriviiiKat Richmond about 4 P. M.
Tim .UK h tickets on sale on Mea mer Rad al
GarberaAgency, moo Mam street. Bag?
gage checked (brough.
ISTATK-KOO.M-. KNUAOED FOR DAY
Krelght receiv e. t dally for Norfolk, PUrtB*
niouih, Smlihtleld.Hampton and Waverly;
Washington. D. C.; Newbern, Washington
I and lal horn', N. C. and all (mints lu Kant.
1 ero North Carolina; also tm RasternShor*
of Vlf-glnla, and ail regular land lugs on
launs river, at LOWEST RATES, aud
thiouKh hills Lamed.
L. B. TATUM, superlnl.-iid.-iif.
to l N... Moa Main sir.-ei and Rocketta,
01.U DOMINION STKA.M- -*J*i
SHIP COMPANY. .sgggjaaah
FOR NEW YOI'.K.
Stcsineisi li-sve Hichiiioinl KVER1 1T1-.S
DAT . FR1DA"! amt SUNDAY.
steamers leave New Vork tor Rich mond
'h. ??.'?-? TUESDAY. THURSDAY, sml
BAH KDW at 1 I'. M.
I'ssmiiKiT' accommodntlona uusurimaHed.
t'tti.in fur.-!.. Kaw York (including maale
I and berth). *?l<): roaod-tnp tickets, 118;
! steerage, with subsistence f)7; w ithout sul>
, sistence. iii.
Krelght forwarded and through hills of
i lading issued i"i point* beyond N*w York.
Krelght received daily uutil tl P. M.
Manifest dosed on ?a::iiig-da>s one hour
J bettor* departure.
l-assengers leaviiifc Richmond hy the
Chesais-akeaiid oh .. r.i.imiy at B-OOA, M.
(tia New|-ort's News* sud the Rich m.sui
and Petersburg raiiioud at 10:80A.M.OR
I MONDAYS TUESDAYS. WEDNESDAYS,
THURSDAY*, and SATURDAYS will :mtke
coon, ri on at NORFOLE w.th steamer
leay tug those days.
SAILINGS Tills WEEK.
ROANOKE, I'lii-taiii COW R, SUNDAY,
March 1st. at a o'eloek P. M.
OLD DOMINION I'aufalu BU ITU, TUES?
DAY, March ad. st t o clock P. M.
WYANOKE, i.'sptaln ID lthkrh, KRI
DAY. Mardi Hth. at J o'clock P. M.
0KOROL W. ALLEN 0 CO., Agents.
No. I Sol Maui street ami
nih 1 Compauy's Wharf, B-K-kef-s.
BETWEEN RICHMOND AND HOME?
WOOD (Hog Island;
ALL INTKRMKDIATE LAMDIMfM,
The fast and beautiful steamer OEM, Cap?
tain (Hit., leaves her wharf, in th*dock,
foot of Twenty -second street, at s A, M.
every TUESDAY, THC rs DAY. sud SAT?
URDAY, stopptag at all landings.
Kreight iv,coed at l.owr.sr katrn daily
from 7 A. M. to -i P. M. Tue OEM has rtrst
claas passenger seconiraiKlations. and ar?
rives at Homewood at 4 I*. M.; reluming,
arrives ta Richuioud at 8:80 P. M.
MOND AND NORKOI.K
Appointedsalllnadays: Everv TUJMPAJ
and FRIDAY at Iii M., aude\cry SUNDAY
ate A. M.
Krelght for Tuesdays' amt Kn4ay?' ?team
erareceived till 11:80 A.M.; forSundsys
i steamer tilt A P. M. saturday. Freight re?
ceived dally till ? P. M.
Kor further Information, spply to
J. W. McCAIUUCK,
Oeueral Soulhern Agent, ottlce Rocketta.
W. P. CLYDE* CO..
no 80_(J*n*ral Ageiii*.
VOK BALTIMORE. JJJ^f-J
POWHATAN LINK-DIRECT STpT^f
Until furitier notice the ALLIANCE wit
sall every SATE RDAY at 18 M..(mm YttW
HATAN DOCK, at Twenty-fourth aud Doc*
streets, direct for Baltimore.
Through bills of lading signed sud t-o-sb
foruaided with dtspatcTi to point* Norlti
sud Weat. Freight received dally uuiu I
For further information, apply to
Wo. KNIGHT \gent.
IL J. Wusicai:, Soilelttag Ageat. deal
RICHMOND AM) Da.NVILIb
Ht HEM 'LE IN KPPKCT I EURI m ,
ISM .. Mi
2:1 A. M.-(Through-l-aaseriKa-r M?i a.,
:s Eor all stat .?,, lB.;_," *
Richmond amt l ... ,. r "?
netting at ('rear*.BK* . rv i_
leigh, Ootrisboro ? . .
Branch |*-*iit*: Fat.
*ll C. F. and Y. v
St?I Bl Char!.-ll* lor
and Bom braal, ai*o for ?
New o.-leaii* sui
I'tillnian B|*ep*r :.
'o Ihtuslile. Han*
? KitRia. without ebaagi
Intnvill* l* New Orleans .
1:80 P. M.?(Through Paaaengsr. Ax lr
stop* at all ?iittin;,
*i K.-v*v!ile foran is,m?
ll .linn tel and '1
railroad dallv.etc.-pt -
Ureeuebar* wt -...
at SaiiiOiury for w. Nt- ,; ,.'
station*, af. Atlanta for i .
ville Kia.. New orl-t.
liillinsn llil-Tel s .
vine ?.. Atlanta
2:46 P. M.-(York-Kiser I-wenger ?
aaaaai Bunda) -nrm ?>.
West FoinI fnasSe* ?
iMitt Sa i..
bank. Tar Blown, I'*,.
am! point* North
e:0C P. M.?(Boti-Air Aeeuiniiits!-,*:..
Iv. extent Mm,las
4:30 A. M.?..ork-R'ver Freight
dally except Sun!*, i .
,S tO\ PO Bia
1:00 P. M.-iYork-Riv.-r Freight ,
Bally except Maturdas
vv. -? li.int.
ARRI VB AT RK'HMOND.
7:00 A. M. Fioiu At??I (tol?*boro', r_.
lelgb, and Intermedia ?
daily, except Munda*
1:41 A. M. From Coalfield and Bon t r
i.taily. except stint!**
10:30 A. M.?Prow VI est I'oint |.
Bundaj ball litiore. Vork
mts ii. am! I las bank I .
I karatta)? and Halurd ?
-BS P. M. From all *oral*atelto_* v
New Oilcans, and Bot
1:21 P. M. I Freights (dally, except s ?.
S:oo r. -M. )ti?s m.m \v.*t point.
Tic~Jrr Orrict?: hitit Ra rn Hint uni
? t the Ric), limn.I amt Hauvllle Ka
depot, Virginia stn ?
M. SI.At'.iM ?
Geaeml Passenger v.
f*oi? Ht.t*. Tiallie MaBBfei
A. E. Rives (.cm ral Manager. re lu
ATLANTIC ( OAST LINK.
RICHMOND AND lETlRSHl'l'lj I
Ri i.\ li TIME-TABLE.
Commencing MUNDATt PeBfUS s l.
ItMi truiiis on n,ti toad will nm .
IRA I Ns stu | ii vs Min
(7:10 VM. ? ll V M. MIS*d 'ra n.
I ? ... V si I cSV! tl CO ll
111 ll s vi I liro.ighfia.il.
?)i |s |S! , . |t u i M| v|
tinii P.M. 7:03 P, M. Aecom
4*. , tv tn I'.M 10:31 P. M riirough tralai
I I. V;\s NoRTHV* \|;|.
Leave . \itis..
Pell isling. Kn hinom!
IS, -ar-tas \. M. .V48 A. V! East Ms".
BS, *s.ie V M. 1:10 A. M. V
4.*.. e.* '." v vi ii '-.*,:. v M. Th rou h - .
(.V. tll:4.*. A. M l."4.*i I' VI \.c,.|,i ods! ll.
47. *fti5 P. M. ST ia P. M. lin.nt n
I. 118:38 P M, : i ?? P vt vt ged '
No*. 40. 4C lind I- lah '??? stop* V?.
49 si..|m univ on ?gnal ? ?
', sti.|a. nt i Inst, . ?nd rani) "C s , .
trailsI. I 'icv 11 s c
I.' s-,.| s on!s un s j, ,
. tralla, and Maw heatei Ito*, s, B, -11 lt,
? SI, Bud o; Hop ;.' Bl] s'.i '
IM LEM \N-C\K -I EV UK.
On ?Ulna Koa 10 and ll, ?leaping*
tsie.-n Waablngton sud ? tutrteaion. (<u
. (ii. ina Nos. a.' ami I ts:..-1 ??? s . ? ?
? Waablngton aud Fi*, tm
tm ns Sta. 4" ,.mt 18.1
New V ol k Btu! lit' (.SOU?
THE oNI.\ ALL-RAIL ROUTE rON'OR.
I.rtvr. I ? is r.
Rlchm .1 ;. . v M \ ? lip M.
Norfolk - v si Riehm J !- 13 P, M.
Norfolk. ,t?:i*l P.M. I Rtefara i ..'ii
Boa Hand ll Bask* ?aaa eonneei ?
? mt from lui in ville Lynchburg ?? ; ' ?
western (minis ?nd tra) ilatlotis .. i
Ni.rlnik sn.I VV patent railroad.
i ..ii from li:, i wood lo Sm I .1 -?. i
No. li. I i; Kl N
siij, i intend, ul ol 1 rtii.|...; >.i- .....
T. M. EJaiiiso.s ,,em-ill. P?awngar |.
ClHKSAPEARE ASH ohio rail*
J WAV- -still lui.E IN EH l.T'
si vin ii
ii wi, nu IIMONP.
B-SO A. M. For Nt I 01,1 f-,, ?t
t ..inion ind Non..Mc i ,
??-... ci Honda) iinly three
i .s amt fort ? in hui.
m...nt io Norfolk.
i.e.'.s A. M. . i Lexington,
Ky., I "ii it Uh Bini i :n nt?J I,
Mai i s. ept -rn |
Ml P. M. <Tu .? -. - . . tunmodal nu
, in.*' e. . i-.i ...... pt
sn.i*. bi all sin' nni
I-'JO P.M. lt.. NewporC? Sew* Old Polal,
hi.d Noiio'k. Enlim in ,
lu Sesl |.ni ? s V , .1 s ucl UM
I .cl.' I ipr*** es,'c;.i ramula)
),:.', P M. |..i I >.u!*s ii:.- uni . ii-miali.
? ont ? .-I ns! foi KU Doini* vv. st.
Snit nsw si un I - ?
rxprras dally, .'.as no! itt p th ?
*m;,I busin.ss. Pulll?BB s.,.|.
.. ^ cai* Rd i. mond to ?
111,11 Mini VV .1 liiHi
lillies, l ..? lo I ..... .
ARRI* I. RICHMOND.
?SO A. M. Prom Cnartotteat Illa, rseept
1" r, A. M. I rom Vorfoll I :. ?ud
s. ti pori - Vest* except -
I ?? rn
. i;io P. M. I rom . oulev
all i.M al lannis .? v vol s inti*) .
6:1ft P. M. r nun N..ilo|i, Did point ami
wport's Newi . .
Nen j ni I
9:13 P. M. 1 lom Innis'. i.l miall
Fast Lin ?'
Itepot: Heveuteentli ?nu Broad -'
'i i.-kti-t ur..'.-s loooMaii s??..-? i?di Beaa*
I*-ake and Oh.o lUiissu ? 1. pol,
ll. W Iii I.ER.
Henel . , iceni.
C. W.ssiiii i.,i..Kii Manager, ??
ICUMUXI) AND ALLEOUANi*
scnii.i ii uF lit viss
IN Eil-Efl HKCKMBKR - '--l
THREE DAILY TRAINS (EXCEPT bl s.
n i i ? i. *
RHTlMONIl IND LYN '!!R~RU.
i brough v. ..'.I
?No. I. s , , \... y
Kniiiuo.l t ^- V M I m I'M 6 40 PM
Scotlssie lilli A M 7 01 I'V Hil [? VI
Lyncub'g. -40 P M 10:00 P M 1:30 A R
!*? jung ii . 6:11 P M 7 00 V M
CllftOU/ e I. t:, p V| T.i |- \,
ARRlt I. RICHMOND
1:13 P. M. MAH,dans (except s.lay.)
10:00A.M. ACCOMMODATION dally t?x
7:15 A. M. Nit.Ill l.Xl'Kl -S dal.)' (es
...nm . i: .ss,
, At Bl*?BSOnd still. Mai?l*t*d railway*
i am! Bu iiiiioint Fredei ckatourg a?d Po?>?
I mae railroad-, ai l.yncbh ginla
ii. land ratlwa) and s.,i:.,.:. ,n,i ,v.
railroad; ai CUfioa ion.-. isaak*
uni "m.. i ai I ssas : ai brSingtOH With Baili
iii'ii-.' ami Ohio railroad.
Min /rn nt ? ar ulla, ht il -tito
Tram* marked * dally fex.-ept Sunday.)
T?k.-tsst.itiI to ill pointe, 111?ii? i non
eaai Mani street 1000 Mala, mid al I'.'.
mond aud Allt-gbany depot, Eign-n aud
Canal Htreels. J. lt. VI m'MCHIhi,
(Jeuintl I'awtt-iigt-i aol Etiuo** Agt-ut.
ARI) POTOMAC RAILROAD -*-i..*d
u'.e corniseining MARCH 1, IBBaV-*SBSBMU
?tain-trd tim. -
1:00 A. M.. leave* Bs rl-s*r*.*t ita timi
.Utily: atom mils at Ashland,
Junction. Milford and Pred*
rlekabnrg. Hlerpei from Jiaik
M.tiv nie io WaahlBe*to?,
11:07 A. M..leaseaH>rd-str.-,i.'*tlon!aily
? s. .-tit Sundas . *4lrep*i ftom
tiiarl.*ston lo Vt asliington.
7:1* P. M., leases Its rd - :*ly.
Bliepar iroui i?. _?.>u-....* io
Sea Tot k
10-.IA. M., arrive* at Uvnt *.'-..*et I'atintt
daily. s|.**i?-i n cn New >,ork
to J*ek*otis Illa.
8:31 P. M.. arri va* al Byrd str**l *?? .m
dalis ; ?l..|e*i hi, lei i. ..shnrg.
Milford, amt Janet lou. nlooptt
ti.>iu Washlngloti lo lI.*:.??
SUSP. M.. arrive* ot BvM street .tattoo
.itally .except sundas *.. sileepet
fro?t Wa*uiugiou io J*c_Bon?
ASHLA NH TRAINS.
n> t uv ExiKr? Bon nan i
4:00 P. M., a.vtiminislat mi. leave* Broad
Street station; arrive*at Ash?
land at ft P M.
S:04 P. M.. leave* Elba; arrlvva st Ash*
land at 6 44 P. M
7:10 A. M., aiTlve* at Elba: leave* A_i
laud at 6:41 A. M.
|:ll A. M., a.ttinimtslallon arrlvtva a
Broad-Street ?tatton; l**vt*
A*bl*nd at S a. M.
1:81 P. M.. arrive* *t Elba; tea ve* A?ttlau?
at ft:li P. M.
C. A. TAYLOB. Uen*r?l Ti-ket A?*nt
E. T. D. Mr sk*. Oe_*ra! Bupenateudtat.
00K AND JOB WORK