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DULY. M'-TII _______ H\ll HUKI.V.
PUBLISHED AT
No. 912} MAIN ST.. RICHMOND, VA.
EDWARD »Al_l_l__,
i.liior uiul Nana__r.
MONDAY _______ SEP. 15, 1873.
REPUBLICAN "
—» _>«
FOR GOVERNOR:
RO. W. HUGHES,
(>f Washington County.
;l"OU LIEUTENANT-UOVRRNOR :
C. P. RAMSDELL,
Of Surry Comity.
IOR ATT(.R..E.-<_'Nl-RAL :
DAVID FULTZ,
01 Augusta County.
ELECTION-DAY :
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1873.
'I'll I' « 011 l M. DAWN.
I Republicans of Virginia 1 the political
skies arc brightening. The day-spring is in
the east; the dawn is near. The news that
comes up io us from all sections of the
state where the canvass is now progressing,
11 of tho most cheering character. The signs
are not few, but many. They do not come
from the mere attendance of the laboring
white men upon our meetings, but from
open sympathy and expression—the de
clare;! expression on their part that, they
have had enough of " Virginia Conserva
tism ;" that in the future they shall act
with the party of progress and real
development, and let the party of
" dead issues," and of a conservatism
that conserves nothing but the hates and
animosities of the past, slide. They (the
Conservatives) are too much like those
kings and counsellors of the earth which
built only desolate places for men to dwell
in. The Virginia of their pride and boast
is that which, in material prosperity and
grandeur, went back from the very front
rank of states to the humiliating place now
occupied by her people. Fear already Com
eth upon them, and trembling, which
uiaketh all their bones to shake. Their
iniquity has been thoroughly weighed,
and the calamity which shall come upon
them, laid in the balances. The stalwart
white laborers of Virginia no longer heed
their counsel, nnd the colored laborers
have beet) driven from them, en masse, by
the breath of their hate.
Such is the condition of our opponents,
and such tho attitude of the laboring hosts
in respect to them. They aro to-day a
party without principles—without a single
vitalizing aim with which to animate a po
litical canvass. Only tho epaulets of a
"lost cause,'' and tho broken symbols of a
"dead confederacy," are vouchsafed to the
psople as incentives to stir their hope
and inspire their enthusiasm. There is no
life, no lire, no animation whatever in their
canvass. Their speeches fall as lead upon
the people, except as they reach the ears
of those who hate the negro, despise the
Yankee, and deem the carpet-bagger the
greatest affliction upon the earth. Theso
thow up their caps and shout. The more
thoughtful men, however, are everywhere
grave and silent. "Where is this thing to
end—where is prosperity to begin ?" is the
anxious inquiry they propound to them
selves. They may admire General Kemper
I and Colonel Withers for their course dur
ing the war, but they want to see a
manlier course in then) now than that of
asking pardon for thoir treason and then
abusing Mrs. Squeers, whose spoon they
licked ! The glory of epaulets and past
record- are not thiug-i to build up the
waste placos of Virginia. This is a self
evident proposition to tho thoughtful men
of the state ; and they listen in silence at
Conservative meetings,and not unfrequent
ly go away in disgust.
Is it surprising, tlicn, when they go to a
Republican meeting, that they should be.
as we havo seen them, not only attentive
listeners, but willing recipients of the
truth as uttered ? They sco in our candi
dates for governor and lieutenant-governor
two men working _____ _ly for the material
growth and prosperity ~f the state. The
one they know i. a native Virginian ; the
other, a Virginian from choice. They
are addressing themselves to the living
issues of the d _y —to the vital demands
and necessities of our people. Questions,
of internal improvement, agriculture,
manufactures, commerce, trade, enter into
their estimate of the future greatness and
power of the State, ami aro the themes
on which they dilate. Played-out
epaulets and tho symbols of lost
causes they fling aside, to grapple with
live questions, vital imuei, and the imper
ative needs of our people. Under the inspi
ration of their tencliiiig. a grander fortune
is seen opening up for tho once noble
" mother of states." Patriotism catches a
glow from their pr.sencc, and a manlier
sentiment, if not a truly national one, lifts
itself out of the heart of the occasion.
There is faith, hope, belief in a common
destiny, trust in the futu.o, and earnest
ness of heart, soul, and purpose in their
appeals to the people, which make a
far profounds, impression than all
the declamatory utterance! of passion
that can fall from lips ______ with no
Uglier or manlier sentimeut than race
hates, sectional dislike., and inherited am
mo .ities. These fall out of their categories
of truth the moment that reason assumes
sway and passion loses its hold on the
more imaginative intellect.
We regardji Republican victory in Vir
ginia as next to a moral certainty. As
passion ami prejudice give way to reason
and patriotism, this result is sure to come.
The grand moral effect of such a
victory will be folt from one end
of the Union to tho other. It will
be as a bow of promise and hope
spanning once more our political sky. It
will awaken, not our dead, but our'tor
pid industries, into life. It will send an
clcctic thrill—a reanimating aud tho
_?_l_s?s. 7t" __^r
cumulated capital, individual wealth,
thrift, enterprise, and skilled labor will
seek our borders, nnd the Virginia that
once headed the noble list of states in
material greatness and prosperity, will,
by holding on to her national orbit,
speedily pass her aphelion of retrogres
sion, and return once moro to her true
place in the" grand constellation of the
Union.
■.1.-110.1. It I -MM. THE C4__.___._-.
TIVB PARTY.
A special correspondent of the Louisville
Courier-Journal wrote, it seems, a mos'
spirited account of the convention held in
tlie Richmond Theatre, at which Kemper
was nominated over Withers ; nnd after that
journal had given it flamingly to the public,
The Dispatch copied it most approvingly.
It somehow escaped our notice at the time,
but we give the part of it relating to Ma
hone, our Virginia railroad king, who
according to this correspondent of Tho
Courier-Journal and Tho Dispatch, planned
the battle for Withers' defeat and won the
victory.
The writer gives several graphic pen
and-ink sketches of the more prominent
workers in the convention, and says:
The First is
MAUOX- ('Nr.KR ((IS I'll.. ..1.-IIRIM M I'll, ll'\s.i;i:i> II fi
ll I! PANAMA BAT,
cigar in mouth, wilh Strlngfellow on one side of
him andUhamberlayne, late of the Petersburg
Index, on the other, standing far back in the par
quettcwhen the vote for governor was being
taken. For a time the issne seemed a littlo
ilmi tit ttii, but when the chairman of one of the
counties which had gone for Withers rose and
said, "I desire to change the vote of my county _
put It down solid for Kemper," Mahone's fa n e, a
stndy at all times, shone with the light of the
crater; and when a little later, the nomination
was made unanimous, his friends (not the two
named above, but others) seized him bodily, car
ried him Into Manley's. next door, nnd made
him drink whether or no. Full well they knew
who had planned the baltle and won ihe vic
tory.
Of course, the writer does not say that
Mahone furnished all the money that ran
the convention or that was to run the
campaign, but that he "planned the battle
and won the victory," and it is pretty
well known that "Old Hundred-Dollar
Panama pays his own shot in all battles
planned by him, whether he wins a victory
or not. The Dispatch can possibly tell us
(if not, Tho Whig can) how much the
owner of six newspapers (my two dailies
and four weeklies) in the state, contributes
to defeat the election of Hughes in this
campaign, and why ho contributes it.
The fight in the state between Hughes
and Kemper is precisely the same as that
which was planned and successfully fought
by Mahone in the Theatre, between
Withers and Kemper. It is the people of
the state on one side, and Mahone's railroad
combination, with Barbour and Robinson,
on the other ; and tlie party who paid the
shot and won tho victory at the Theatre is
the same " Old Hundred-Dollar Panama,"
whose face " shone like a crater" when the
chairman of one of the counties, which had
gone for Withers, suddenly nnd most
unaccountably changed its vote, and put it
down solidly for Kemper. That was a
scene for Nast, with Mahone " back in the
parquotte," and this sort of wonder
working magic going on upon the boards
of the Theatre.
But a victory of this character in the Rich
mond Theatre is one thing, and that before
the people of Virginia quite another. Ma
hone's railroad combination and money
may buy the votes of a mercenary conven
tion, but not the people of tho state, who
know they havo got to fight this sort of
combination and monied power in Virginia,
or find themselves in the same relentless
grasp of monopoly which is now throt
tling the chief industries of the V. est.
SECESSION RHETORIC!.
On the 10th of Juno last, in tho hope
of striking the key-note of the Conserva
tive campaign " in favor of tbe next war,"
The Whig blew the following blast from
its rhetorical trumpet, which stirred the
blood admirably in advance of the Rich
mond Theatre gathering. We can recall
nothing liner in all the range of "blasted
literature." It rings out liko the peal of
a fire-bell at night, or the impetuous notes
of a thousand tin horns in a college "haze."
As—
" One blast upon Olan Alpine's horn
Were worth a thousand men,"
we give our Conservative friends the ben
efit of it in our columns:
Negro supremacy iv Virginia, Willi a white
majority ol forty thousand / Carpet-bag, or in
finitely worse, scalawag rnlo iv the Old Domin
ion I Good heavens ■ Anything but this ! Bet
ter plague, pestilence and famine ; better Mil
roy, Butler and Sberidan ; ayo, better death
than the " deep damnation of such a fate."
What! Think of it, sons of Virginia, ye noble men
who lirmly stood amid the ruins of your deso
lated homes ana bade defiance to the dastard foe
who would have purchased peace at the sacrifice
ofyoiirnianhood.your nonorand loyaltyto your
native soli; think of it, ye Jewels of Virginia,
ye fifty thousand braves, who scorned submis
sion and resisted the very decree of fate until
the la.t twinkling ray of hope took flight and
left nothing but black dispair, tlie pall of detith
around! Will you cast from you Die laurel
wreath so nobly won, and prove yourselves nn
worthy your comrades, Hie martyred dead ?
Will yon wijie out the memory of noble deeds
performed, and leave as a heritage for your chil
dren a suited, dishonored .name ? li cannot be.
But as it is to bo in time, and that sooner
than The Whig dreams of, what follows
then 1 The next war, or the next after
the next? "Blood and 'ouns," which.
Tin. Whig is piping to a ___________ tune
from what it did about a year ago or more.
It says there has not been a dime added to
the .state debt of Virginia under Conserva
tive rule. We rather guess its editors aro
getting oblivious of passing events, as
chronicled from time to timo in their own
columns. Our debt has been increased
under Conservative rule from absolutely
nothing to over'forty-six millions of dollars
iv the last four years; and has now
reached such unmanageable propor
tions that, with every possible e-on
omy practiced hereafter, it must
continue to increase at ;tho rate of n
million and a half every year beyond any
available resource, to meetcurront expenses
and the interest ou tho debt thus created.
The Virginia organized into a state four
years ago had never contracted a dollar's
public indebtedness prior to Conservative
rule, and could not have done so, unless a
state cau give existence to debt in udvanco
of any function to create it. The youngest
state in the Union—the last, in fact, to be
admitted into it—is the deepest of all in
debt to-day, and it boasts entirely of Oon
■*MW-_-__-___________-______i
servativo rule. It is evident that such
Conservative rule needs a conservator over
it, and tho people arc going to appoint It_
The Whig chimes in wilh The En
quirer in charging the funding-bill iniquity
upon the Republican members of the
Legislature of IS7O-'7l . How many more
political brats of their own begetting do
they intend to swear upon the Republican
party? Come, come, ha_obowels. Don't
swear all your political rascalities on us at
once ; we may not be able to stand it. To
go down tinder a weight of facts is bad
enough, but to be crushed to death by a
continuous load of fiction is an enormity
that would shame even the devil when put
upon another. To possess the genius of
fiction to such an admirable extent as this,
may ho clever enough, as swearing per
formances occasionally run ; but to exer
cise it continuously in one direction, and
with a view to a solitary victim, is an infa
mous exercise of tho devil's best faculty.
Our neighbors complain of the multi
plicity of candidates, eveiywhere springing
up in their party. This is an evil they
might well deprecate, if there was auy
hope of electing one in twenty of them to
oflice; but as defeat awaits their best man
in most of the localities where the griev
ance complained of exists, we do not see
why they should take it so seriously
at heart as they do. " What can't be
cured must be endured," is not altogether
a worn-out adago.and never will be so long
as mankind in general, and Conservatives
in patticular, h-inker after the "flesh-pots
of E-ypt.'l
If another paper than The State
Journal lias been made the organ o'
" Virginia Radicalism," we are glad of it.
Onr only regret is that tho claims of The
Enquirer, which ground very low down
in the Greeley mill, should have been
overlooked by those determining
tho question of organship. A serious
oversight has been committed by some
body, else our radical nieghbor had not
been so thoughtlessly left out in the cold.
It is amusing to witness the feats of some
of our literary higdalgos who sweep the field
of learning as tho fox brushes the thistle
down upon tho heath. Like tho funny
man in Rabelais, they "monochordiza with
their finger- and barytonizo with their
tails." It was the fool that built tho
Ephesian dome; the hero that destroyed it.
And this sort of heroism prevails largely
in Conservative circles just, now.
The Enquirer says " tho most no
table cvent]of tho year has been the fail
ure of the great balloon enterprise." It
will think differently after the 4th of No
vember next, when it is discovered that
the most not-able effort ever made was
that of Kemper trying to get into the guber
natorial chair of Virginia.
The Enquirer characterizes the extracts
we made from it the other day as" worse
than an idle tale—a tale told by an idiot;
full of sound and fury, signifying nothing."
We thought as much at the time of making
them, but editorial courtesy prevented us
from saying it.
The Enquirer does not want to have
the people of Virginia mistake " painted
mules for zebras." It should not have
daubed its mules, then, with the " color
line"—the thing of all others likely to
lead to that mistake.
KDll-ATIOniAI..
COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY.
FOUNDED 109.1.
TUo ono hundred ami eighty-third session be
gins second WEI.NI_-I.AV of October—el _es
FOURTH of July.
Tlio college course includes all that Id impor
tant to a college curriculum. The expenses of
ft Btiulent need not exceed two hundred and
forty dollars the session.
For fin-tliei- infoi-intitiiin address the subscri
ber ut Williamsburg, Virginia.
RI-NJ. S. EWELL,
President ol the College of
Jy 21—dsw__w8w William nnd Msrv.
RICHMOND COLLEGE.
RIOHMOND, VA.
The next session begins October Ist, mid "con
tinues nine mouths. The College comprise! the
following independent schools —to wit :
I. LATIN,
11. GREEK,
111. MODERN LANOUACIES
IV. ENGLISH.
V. MATHEMATICS,
VI. MECHANICS,
VII. CHEMISTRY,
VIII. PHILOSOPHY".
In addition to th» foregoing, n SCHOOL OF
LAW, under the charge of Professors JYI..-K7
and Nbesou, is connected with the College.
The expenses of n student, including boam in
messing clubs, tuition, and otherfees, fuel, lights
and washing, need not exceed $211) for the en tit.,
session. Hoard iv private families can he had
at from *11 to HUS per month.
For catalogues, containing; full information,
npplv to Suit-.. __ Rvi.Axn, file Main street, or
address B. I'ORYEAR,
ChaiiiiKiti of the Faculty,
iy 111—.itawd&wlocl
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
S.'lliiiiLS Ol" -.I'llCNCl. AND PRACTICAL
LAI-ORATORIES.
Alloi'd special advantages for general SG.en.i_lc
tiditi'alion and for thorough, practical training
in the professions of Teacher of Science, Civil
Engineer, Mining Engineer, Architect, Chemist,
Metallurgist, Fanner, Druggist, etc., and for em
ployment in public service ((.'oast Survey etc.).
■Session opens October Ist. For Catalogues, send
to WM. WBRTENBAKER, Secretary,
P. (). University of Virginia, Ve
nn It—deodlm
—- - _____
XI.M, ESTATE A (it NTS.
WILLIAM T. BAILEY,
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND AU..TION I.I.I!
No. 7 EI.EVB-I'H STKEKf. I-_T._t_.il
'.lit'- ani> Rank,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.,
Has on bund for sale, Estates and Farms in
every section of Virginia ; hiuulsoine Dwellings
and _ 1.-.--I_-.-il>l.■ Knit,in.;- Lots in this city and the
town of Manchester, and beautiful Lots in Ten
nlngsville. my 20— dsw&wiim
It. 11. CHA-DI.KK. AI.KKBtI JYIoHTI.I*
CHANDLER _ MORTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
i,,!. ;u Hank anii Tkhtr Stkiitr,
RICHMOND, VA.
oc ll—diiswtf ______
SPECIAL" NOTICE.
TO ALL PERSONS WISHING FIRE IN
SURANCI.-THE RICHMOND HANKING
AND INSURANCE COMPANY offer induce
ments tiusiiipt_-.d by iinv sate company, to in
sure against loss by lire ol all kin lis of property.
They ask of their friends and thepublio to give
them a call hefore insuring elsewhere.
Consult your o">» interest and insure with ns
J. It. Datis, President.
Jom F. O. Porra. Secretary. oc _~ dkvy
tit p. WILL PAY FOR SIX COPIES OF TIIE
__> WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL for one
year
""'" i m m ii . m
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Broad, and 1584 Main Street.
~~WILLIAM ADOLPHUB,
BILL POSTER,
Nor. 10 and la Law Building,
GEORGE A. AINSLIE,
CARRIAGE II U I I. D R H
Tenth Street, between Main and Our.
T. M. ALFRIEND ft SON,
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AOENTS|
Also (I eneral Agents for Virginia of Broori tn
Lipr Insuranci Coxrant of New York.
No. IN. Tenth Street. (Shafer'sNew Building).
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Corner Main and Twelfth streets.
J. Al. SUBLETT, PROPRIETOR,
Late of the Spotswood.
CHARLES AMANN,
DEALBB IN
UIVMII-I'KCI'IO.VKHV AND CHINA WARS
718 Broad Street. _^
GEORGE W. ANDERSON ft SON,
CARPETS, PAPER HANGINGS, CURTAIN
GOODS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW
SHADES, Ac., 1206 Main Street.
W. J. ANDERSON,
I I.lfi_-B_.lt. STEAM AND GAS _Tl__R.
ALSO MANUFACTURER AND I.RALIB IK
STOVES, TINWARE, IIOUSEFURNISHING
II OOPS, kc, HiM. Main, and 205 Brood Street
J. BLAIR,
SUPERIOR MEDICINES.
SaS Broad Street.
J. H. BOS CHEN ft SON,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
HOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
809 Broad Street.
D. A. BROWN, Jr.,
SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY,
711 Broad Street,
I. D. BRIGGS,
RHKAD, CAKE, AND CRACKER BAKRRY
707 Main Street.
J. THOMPSON BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENT _ AUCTIONEER,
1115 Main Street, opposite Dispatch Offlae.
.. K. CAMPBELL ft CO.,
-H..1 KSII.K AMft I'filAli. HEALERS IN
I.IKIKIMI (11, ASSES, ( IlltO.lOS, P1IOT1IO
(K It'll FRAMES, MOULDINGS, Ac, Ire.
Vii..i i[a Hall, Ninth Street, Richmond, Va.
JAMES M. CARTER,
IKIISE, SIGN A ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
No. 722 Main Street.
Ceilings and Walls Whitened or Colored at
_ VKKY MODEItATE TERMS.
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE, Arent
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York, I IPS Main Street.
COOK & LAUGHTON,
A l< THINKERS _ COMM'N MERCHANTS,
(turner Franklin and (lovernor Streets.
W. L. __-_/"'
IIKASS IDtMIUII AMI FINISHER,
ALSO HAUUFACTURER OF THK CKI.BBRATRD
(111 PLOW, OR FARMERS' FRIEND,
Corner Ninth and Cary Streets.
E. A.~J. CLOPTON,
It EAL ESTATE AGENT AND AUCTIONEER
Eleventh between Main and Bank Streets
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE ft CO., Agents
I.'iivai. Fikr Insurance Compant, of London ;
Imcf.hial Fire Insurancr Compant, of London.
Omice, 1108 Main Street.
J HENRY CRAFTON,
WALL PAPER, SHADES, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, fee.
No. 7 Ninth Street, three doors above Main.
Paper Hanging and Upholstering Done.
DAVENPORT & CO.,
STOCK BROKERS AN D STO C X
AUCTIONEERS, oflke over Firet National
Hank, 1101 alain street.
DAVENPORT & CO. .Agenta
Livkrpool, London and (Iloke Insurancr Cos.,
Om™ oyer First Ntu'l 11.u,k, 1104 Main Street.
I». DELARUE. '
I IHSr-CI.AS. KESXA URA 1. T—FINE
I.HIUORS, DELICACIES, Ac
No. as nth Street. u)ii. EXCHANGE HOTEL.
"DOMESTIC" SEWING MACHINE
COMPANY,
Branch oilioe.for Virsinia and North Carolina,
021 IVltiin Street.
oTa. duffy 7 _P
hesta.Aant, and dealer in
IIII'<) It I i: I) CIGARS AND I I.MAT
' I.IUUtIRS, ALES, fee., II:to Main Street.
rTrTduval,
VVIIIII.I-SAI.K ANO RETAIL DRUGGIST,
SII2 Main Street.
wm. a7edwabds~ —
WnOLKSALH AXD RETAIL DRALSR IN
HOOKS AND STATIONERY
-111 K. Broad Street.
S. G. FLOURNOY
MANUFAfiTURER OF
t.ASII, DOORS, SHUTTERS, FRAMES,
MOULDINGS, FLOORING Ac,
No. 1419 Gary Street.
J. D. GATEWOOD,
DEALER IN
I'UItNITURE AND UPHOLSTERER,
810 liroad Street, between Third and lourth
C. GENNET,
WATCHMAKER tc JEWELER,
DEALER IN GOLD AND TIN FOIL,
«...I all kinds of DENTISTS' MATERIALS,
Kill -lain Slreet opposite l__tof_tce.
b. wTgillis,
.11. .H liOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
■ tf .li>i;h.ai. Building, Ola 1 __ Main Street,
jc-uTgibson,
i AHI'E.-TER AND BUILDER,
... t.:s ;, «.'i 7Hi St,., ln-twet » Main fc Frankllß
E. M. GRANT & CO.,
»■: l I.(.11 : *.( IIOKIE I - MH.V I.KO. ElllUS.
602 Broiid Street.
ABRAHAM HARRIS,
( SI'CCRSReR T0 H. HARKIB fc BROTHER, )
LOAN OFFICE,
I._l Main Slreet, between Fifteenth and
Seventeenth streets, lends Money on '
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELKY,
SILVERWARE, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
GUNS and PISTOLS,
and all other personal property.
All iKiii.aiitioo kept striftiy conhdentlal.
B. HEINRICIH,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
iio« Main Street, between Ninth and Tenth.
W. B. HERSMAN ft CO.,
PROPRIITOH,
VA. STEAM COFFEE fc SPICE MILLS,
Coffee roasted daily, and Drugs, Spices, Dean .
kc, ground for grocers, druggists and to
baccunlsts. No. 910 North Cary Street.
J. N. HOEFLICHft CO,
AGENTS FOR IiLURENC E AND
.'_. HOiQE SHUTTLE *__.
SEWING MACHINES.
007 Broad Street.
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HOMEOPATIHST,
Pi-Ice and Residence4ll Qraco-st. cor, of f,th. »
Geo. A. Hundi.it. Daniel S. McCartbt.
GEORGE A. HUNDLEV & CO.,
DEALERS in
■brouei_.es, fine i.uiuoiis, r_.ii, »._.
r>2B Uiuti.i str»«.
MODEL CIGAR FACTOR*.
£. WmTLOCK ft ABEAM,
MANUFACTURERS and DRALRRS IN
CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, fcr,
144fl Main Street.
BUSINESS AND l'lt(>H.SM(i-tl CAUDA
JULIUS KRAKER.
D_I.ES IU
HKV\ YOUTHS AND CHILDREN'!.
( (OTiiiMJ, Ac, fee., 1517 Main Street.
R. H. MAURY ft CO.,
HANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
No. 1014 Main Street.
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D-ALRR IX
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, STRAW
HOODS, RIBBONS, fee, fee, SOS Broad Street
1.-H . I. Matthews. W. B. Mat: hews
Com. in Chancery. Notary Pnblie
MATTHEWS ft MATTHEWS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
111..idnrs Hall, Eleventh and Bank Streets.
MONTICKLLO HOUSE- - "
DAY BOARD, 81.3,1; WEEK, 8.1.01).
1456 Main Street.
J. J. MONTAGUE,
MANUFACTURER OP
_M_.II. UI.INDS, DOORS, MOULDINGS.
IIKUKUMic, corner of 9th and Arch ut'.".
J R. MOOEE ft GOT"
ItllMial. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and Dealers In TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORN,
FLOUR, ami all kinds of Country PrcKliiee.
I _rticular attentiouuald to the Mile of I_k->
Hut ter, Fowls, Dried Fruits, lie. Consignments
Irom the country re.pectfnlly eoUcHi.l.
No. 18 Thirteenth Street.
McRAE ft CHRISTIAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1015 Main Street, np'stairs.
J. V. L. McCREERY,
dialer 111 HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
718 Broad Street.
H. McCORMICK,
AUCTIONEER, Rooms 1414 Main Street.
J. B. McKENNEY ft CO.,
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
Mi-til.*'! Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
NATIONAL FREEDMENS SAVINGS
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
No. IO N.lOthSt., C. SPENCER., cashier
"DANIEL 0-_ONNELL,
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER AMI HAS
FITTER,
SIS Broad Street.
H. L. PKLOUZE ft CO.,
riCK FOUNDERS, 1200—1308 Franklin St
J. W. RANDOLPH & ENGLISH,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, BOOK-BIN
DERS fc BLANK BOOK MANH''lt*.,
ISIB Main Street, between 18th and 14th.
RI_HAEDSON~&__.7 ™
proprietors or CENTRAL MARKET,
Broad Street, between _Uh and 10th. Will keep
constantly on hand all choice varteti*. of fresh
MEATS, FOWLS, FRUITS. VEGETABLES,
MILK AND BUTTER.
RICHMOND BANKING
insurance'' 8 COMPANY.
1203 Main Street.
BANKING DEPARTMENT:
J. B. Davis, Pres't. Mann S-Qvari.es, Cashier
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT:
J. B. Davis, Pree'i John F. O. Potts, Secy
Wm. Holt Richardson, W. F. Kick ard_on
WM. HOLT RICHARDSON ft CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS.
No. 10 North Fourteen _ Street,
" : C. C. S_LAMO»__r
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DBALKII IN
ill. Alts, TIIBAI CO, fee, 803 Broad Str_t_
LEON SCHAAP'S
-_IOI.EI.ALB ANO RBTAIL
NEWS DEPOT, CIGAR ESTABLISHMENT
GENTS' C-KVL VARIETY STORB
IIP- Main Street, near Fourteenth.
' __ER___NN SCHMIDT,
(BUCCBBSOR TO SCBMIDT A MII.LEX.)
importbr er FOREIGN GROCERIES,
500 and 502 Broad of Fifth.
C. L. SEEGEL.
dealer IN BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, At.,
417 Broad Street.
SMITH ft McCUEDEY,
DRALERS IN
CROCKERY, GLASS-WARE AND HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS, 421 Bruxd Street.
STARKE ft RYLAND,
WHOLESALE AND KRTAIL DRALERS IN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Ac. 015 Main St
GEORGE B. STEEL,
DENTIST, 783 Main Street
SAMUEL SUTHERLAND,
dialer IN SPORTSMAN'S GOODS,
1400 Main Street.
WM. H. SUTHERLAND,
FINK CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
HORSES FOR HIRE,
Stables Bth between Main and Franklin streets.
WM. H. TATUM,
I'll A1.1'.1l Itf
ORO-EHIES, MINES, I.Htll-lt**, __~
No. 11l I llroad ..li I
MRS. TURNLEY,
II RE S - M\Kl. It A -II
MANUFAiITOURR AMI- .'KAI.KK I >
IIIIOI'M_IKTS, CORSETS l_c, IMIS llroad .St.
__-__-_-____-„
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practice., iv Hie United St_itt't_ and .Slate Courts.
No Kloddin Hall. Eleventh and Hank Streets.
1)11110-its.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER, IT.ATED
WARE, COLD, SILVER AND STEEL
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES.
JOHN H. TYLER & CO.,
(.■t*<"(:.:*'.-.uKS rOHITOHBI.L L TYJ.Skt),
No 1107 Main Streot.
VViilili lti-i>_irii_g Exocut{_t iv the Bey t Mau__ r.
~__7G. TYLER'B~~
ICI.-CKI.A_ _11_10...
821 Broad Street.
"GEORGE H. VALENTINE,
All TI '._._-.'K,
Ind agent for Dr. Hai>. iicni'M Great Uemuly
-SEVEN SEALS oil GOLDEN WONDER,**
Itiiiii M«ln Streul.
VmGINIA TEA AND COFFEeTcO.
OLD DOMINION "STEAM OOFFEE
AND SPICE MILI.B,
Main Street, corner of KlKhtta'.
Cottae Roasted «* »■* Hplcea .*____ mi for ttto Ti ado.
JOHN G. WAYT ft SON,
DENTISTS, 104 Ninth B ■_. t.
WEED SEWING MACHINE COM
PANY'S AGENCY,
7»0 Main Street, corner Eighth.
E. _ ■ Granville, Malinger
D. X. WEISIGER,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER,
lOlfl Main gtjeet.
DAVID WILSON,
house and sign PAINTER, TOO Main St. '
WHEELER <S-"WIXSON SEWING
MACHINE,
C. L. IIADVVA V, GENERAL AUENT,
1001 Main Street.
H. T. WICKH AM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
('..mt of Hanover, Henrico, Cily of Riohmond,
State and Federal; 1001 Main Street.
ALBERT L. WEB_T
ARCHITECT, 1117 Main Street. I
Also ti.-t.nl for Buckingham Slat, .narrle-.
WOODHOUSE &~__»RHAM,
1.-AI.HK- IN 1
ROOKS, M'\ I lO.MCKV Jk PIANO FOKTI.S (
Book-Ilindery und |»ai>,.| Hox Factory, .
' 1808 Main Street
_£_ WILL PAY FOR SIX COPIES OF I
_>_• the WEEKLY STATE .Tl.Ul.l__, foi «
>.n.. year. <
s_____________________fc___M_i
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. B. WATKINS, .
l»i Ml It IN EVERY KIND OF COAL, ]
COKE, AND WOOD.
(ifflce 1111 Main, and Ninth and Oary streets,
R. H. TALLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices iv the courts of Charles City, New 1
Kent, Henrico, Chesterfield and in the cily of *
Richmond.
Messrs. Holladat k White will he associated ;
with me In Richmond. Matters in Bankruptcy
and Collecting Claims attended to. Communf- •
cations addressed to Charies City C. H., or '
Richmond, Va., will receive attention. ap 14
LANCASTER _ C0..~~
BANKERS, STOCK AND EXCHANGE 1
BROKERS,
No. 11l- Main Street. '
THOMAS S. ARMISTEAD,
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE At-BNT, !
1400 Main street.
— 1
HOTELS ANO RESTAURANTS.
EU_t6______T _id____r~ ;
E.GEROT Proprietor, .
Nos. 013 Main, and Oil Bank Streets.
Richmond, Va.
EVERYTHING NEW.
The Houso Furnished Throughout in Hand- I
some Style.
ROOMS PER DAY $1.00
Meals furnished at city prices ; the tables sup
plied with tho best the markets afford.
__T SEE BILL OF FARE.
an B—dswAwSm
Mrs. A. C. ALLEN,
FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE
No. 1326 F Street,
Nearly opposite Ebbitt House,
an 16— tf WASHINGTON. P. O.
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL,
(I.ate .Tenners House,)
JAMES SYKES, PROPRIETOR,
Fbobtik- Pennbti.vania Avenue, between Tbir
tbenth and Fourteenth Streets,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Thankful to the public for generous patronage
In the past, the Proprietor asks his old friends
and patrons to test the accommodations of his
present establishment, which he promises shiilj
be found at least equal to the best in Washing
ton. fe I—tf
' ST. JAMES HOTEL,
RE-OPENED ON THE
EUROPEAN I* LA N .
corner Pennsylvania Avbnub and Sixth Sts.
WASHINGTON. D. O.
This Hotel has been closed since April last
and has, during the past summer, undergone the
most thorongh renovation. It has been re
furnished with elegant Walnut Marble-Top Fur
niture, Spring Beds, Velvet and Brussels Car
pets throughout.
The furniture and appointments have been
manufactured to order expressly for this House,
and are equal in style and durability to any
European Hotel in the conntry. The rooms are
arranged en suite and single, and will he rented
from . I.ihi to _oo per day (including private
parlors.)
A spacious Ladies' and Gentleman's Diiiiug-
Room, Gentleman's Restaurant, I,llllch and Re
freshment Saloons are conveniently arranged,
where all meals will be served a la carte.
A liberal discount will be made to those desir
ing to remain by the week or month.
WOODBURY _ DUREN,
no 27—3 m Proprietors.
~THE ORIGINAL
INSTALLMENT HOUSE,
1488 Main Street, Richmond, Viroinia.
I offer for sale the following goods for cash, or
by weekly or monthly payments. For cheap
ness, quality, and variety, second to none in the
market; for accommodation, surpassing any:
2,000 Lithograph and Eteel Engravings; Chro
mo . newest in the market; Oil Paintings;
Looklng-G lasses, in great variety; Photograph
Frames, large assortment. Frames of all de
scriptions made at the shortest notice. A large
stock of Picture and Looking-Glass Mouldings
always on hand, sold cheap, by the foot or man
ufactured. Special contracts made for large
orders and dealers. Clocks, Bibles, Window-
Shades, Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Oil Cloths,
Walnut Extension Tables, and other goods.
Parties in want of any of the above articles
will consult their own interest by giving me a
call before purchasing elsewhere,
je _ '73—8 m WILLIAM DAFFRON.
BANKS.
FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND
TRUST COMPANY,
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1868.
Tenth Street, between Maui and Bark '
Streets.
DEPOSITS OF FIVE CENTS AND UPWARDS
REOETVEI>-
INTEREST COMPOUNDED TO JULY AND
JANUARY
at the rate of six per cent, per annum.
MTOpen daily from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M., and on
SATURDAYS from 9 A M. to 8 P. M.
______ SPENCER,
mil 80—1« Cashier,
__ - S, -If PII,G - __■
FOR NEW YORK.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP __jfIHL
company. _yy___
The side-wheel steamships OLD DOMINION
WYANOKE, ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA, NI
AGARA, ALBEMARLE, and HATTERAS,
leave New York for Norfolk, City Point and
Richmond, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and
SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock P. M. Leave Rioh
mond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY, and SUN
DAY, at high tide.
These ships are entirely new. They have
elegant saloons, state-rooms, und bath-rooms.
The fare, accommodations, and attention are
unsurpassed.
Close connections made with steamers for all
Southern, Eastern, Western and European
ports.
Freight received until C p. m. daily.
__.£ or further information apply to
GEORGE W. ALLEN k CO., Agents,
Office Company's Wharf, Rocketts.
Captain George W. Allen,
John F. Mater. ap 2—tf
BANKRUPT NOTICES.
~ _J*j" g 2 —
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of R. A. Farinholt, a bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Richmond Va., this 6th day of September,
1873.
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned,
John A. Richardson, of BnrhamsviUe, Va.,here
by gives notice of his appointment as assignee of '
the estate of 11. A. Farinholt, of New Kent co'ly
lv said district, who was, on the 7th day of
August, 1873, adjudged a bankrupt on Inn own iie
tition by the District Conrt of said district.
Dated Richmond, Va„ September 6,1873.
JOHN A. RICHARDSON,
se 11—Th3w Assignee.
4923
IN THE DIBTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
vTED STATES, for the Eastern District of '
Vigiuia.
In the matter of C. H. Wilson, a 1
bairitrnpt—in bankruptcy. I
At Richmond, Virginia, this 6th day of Sept.,
1673.
To Whom it May Concern : The undersigned, .
C. H. Weudllnger, of Richmond, in the county ,
of Henrico, and state of Virginia, hereby gives _
noticeof his appointment as assignee of lhe es
tate of C. H. Wilson, of the county of Din
widdle in said district, and who was to-wit, on
tlie Bth day of July, a. d. 1873, adjudged a _
bankrupt upon the petition of himself, by the ,
District Court of the United States, for raid
district. .
Dated at Richmond, the fith day of Sept., a. d _
C. H. WENDLINGER,
se U-Th3w Assignee. j
4f63
IN TllE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES lor the Eastern District of -
Virginia. _■
In the matter of Benjamin Anderson, a bank
rupt—iv bankruptcy. ,
At Richmond, Va., this filh day of Sept'r, 1873. J
TO WHOMIT MAY CONCERN :
The undersigned, jos. Lave Stern, of Rich- J
mond city, and State of Virginia, hereby gives J
notice of his appointment as assignee of the 0
estate of Benjamin Anderson, of the county of „
Oaroline in said distiict, and who -was to wit, 1
on the 29th day of .Inly, a. d., 1873, adjudged a ~
bnnlßi-Pt upon his own petition by tlie „
District Court of the United States, lor said ~
district.
Dated Richmond, lhe fith day of Sept., a. d., v
IB7S. JO. LANE STERN, 1,
eel.— Th3w Assignee. „
(ftl -• WILL PAY -.OK li COPIES OF THE I d
___ SEMI-WEEKLY STATE .IOURNAL
)r ene year.
-» I I !*_■! I _ I ■ ■■IIIIIIS 1.,
RAILROADV
Mmmmwmmw*m
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC
RAILROAD.
After 10 p. m. SUNDAY, July 24, 1873, trains
will rim as follows :
NORTHWARD.
NORTHERN EXPRESS-Leave Richmond nt
_40 p. in.; arrive in Washington at. 4:08 a.m.
Leave Washington nt 4:._ a. in ; arrive nt Bal
timore nt6:_* a.m.
CHICAGO EXPRESS-Leave Washington *t
7_2 p. m.; arrive at Baltimore at 9:26 p. m.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS-Leave Washing
ton at 8:33 p. Hi.; arrive at Baltimore at 7:06 p.
m.
ACCOMMODATION—Leave Washinglon 1:00
p. m. and 3:38 p. m.; arrlveat Baltimore 2:6(1 ami
6:8(1 p. m.
WESTERN EXPRESS-Leave Washington
10:38 a. m; arrive at Baltimore 12:10 p. m.
MAlL—Leave Washinglon „63 a. m.; arrive
at Baltimore - i,"> a. m.
TRAINS TO NEW YORK.
RICHMOND EXPRESS—Leave Richmond at
6:40 a.m.; leave Washington 1:08 p. m.; arrive
at New York at 9:10 p. m.
FAST LlNE—Leave Richmond 9:40 p. ra.;
leave Washington 7:63 a. m.; arrive New York
4:00p m.
___. All the above trains, except Mail and Ac
commodation, connect at Baltimore with train.,
on the Northern Centml Railway for the West
and North. The Express Train leaves Rich
mond dally except Sunday.
SOUTHWARD.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS-Leave Baltimore
9:00 p. m.; arrive at Washington 10:40 p. m.
Leave Washington 11:00 p. in.; arrive at Rich
mond 4:60 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION—Leave Baltimore 7:28
p.m.; arrlveat Washington 9:08 P. m.
PACIFIC EXPRESS-Leave Baltimore nt
3:63 p. m.: arrlveat Washington 6:33 p.m.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS-Leave Baltimore
I:2fi p. m.; arrive al Washington S:OS p. m.
WESTERN EXPRESS—Leave Baltimore 9:36
a. m.; arrive at Washington 11:08 a. m.
MAlL—Leave Baltimore 6:56 a. m ; arrive at
Washington 838 a. m.
CHICAGO EXPRESS—Leave Baltimore at
3:16 a. m. ; arrive nt Washington 4:63 a. in.
The Express Train arrives at Richmond dally,
except Sunday.
EDMUND L DuDARRY.Sup't,
Ed. S. Young, Washington, D. C.
General Passenger Agent,
an 9 Baltimore, Md.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after 6th May, 1873, the PASSENGER
TRAINS will run as follows:
WESTWARD.
MAIL TRAlN.—Leaves Richmond 8:30 A. M
daily except Sunday, connecting with W. C
Va. M. fc G. S. railroad at Gordonsville and
Charlottesville and arrives at White Sulphu
Springs at 8:0.. P. M.
EXPRESS TRAlN.—Leaves Rlc_i_ond at
10 P. M., daily except Saturday, connecting
at Oordonsville with W. C. Va. M. 4 G. S. R. R.
trains for Lynchburg, and southwest, and arrives
at Huntington at 6:20 P. M. next day. Steamer
leaves Huntington on arrival of tbe train, and
arrives at Cincinnati at 6 o'clock next morning.
This train stops between Richmond and
White Sulphur only al Junction, Gordonsville,
Charlottesville, Staunton, Goshen, Milboto
and Covington.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.-Leaves Bich
mond at 6:10 P. M., daily except Sunday, and
arrives at Gordonsville at 8:46 P. M.
EASTWARD.
Steamerloaves Cincinnati at 4 P. M. daily ex
cept Sunday, and arrives at. Huntington alt)
A. M, next day, connecting with express tinin,
EXPRESS TRAlN.—Leaves Huntington at
10 A. M. dally except Sunday, and arrives at
Richmond at 4:3<> A. M. next day, connecting
with trains going South nnd with James
River Steamer for Norfolk. This train
stops between White Sulphur and Richmond
only at Junction, Gordonsville, Charlottesville,
Staunton, Goshen, Millboro' and Covington.
MAIL TRAlN.—Leaves White Sulphnr at
6:66 A. M. daily except Su i.days, connecting with
W. O. Va. M. A _. S. railroad at Charlottesville
and Gordonsville, and arrivet at Richmond at
6:00 P. M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAlN.—Leaves Gor
donsville at 6:60 A. M. daily except Sundays con-'
necting at Gordonsville with W. C. Va. M. fc
G. S. R. R. from Lynchburg and Sonlliwest,
and arrives at Richmond 10:16 A. M.
For further information inquire at the com
pany's office, on Broad near Seventeenth street'
A. H. PERRY,
General Superintendent
.Takes F. Nethbrland,
General Ticket Agent. my 7
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS."
RICHMOND,
FREDERICKHURG AND I*l )T( )M AC ROUT 1
Richmond, Eked'hu k Potomac R. R. Co , )
Office of Gkn'l Ticret k Ereioht Agent, !
Richmond, June 16,1873. )
UP DAY MAIL leaves Byrd-street Statiou
6:40 A. M.
UP NIGHT MAIL leaves Byrd-street Station
9:40 P. M. (except on Sundays.)
UP ACCOMMODATION leaves Broad-street
Station, nt 6.00 P. M. (except on Sundays.) —
DOWN DAY MAU,, arrive.! at Byrd-slreel
Station, at 1:08 P. M.
DOWN NIGHT MAIL, arrives at Byrd-slreei
station, at 4:40 A. M. (except on Mondays.)
DOWN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN arrives
at Broad-street Station, at 8:37 A. M. (except uu
Sundays.)
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Brood-street
Station on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and
FRIDAYS, nt 6:46 A. M„ connecting at (_______
with tlie Alexandria and Fredericksburg rail
way.
Returning, arrive at Broad-street Station on
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATUR
DAYS, at 4.40 P. M.
By order of the General Superintendent.
J. B. GENTRY,
fe 18 Gen*l Ticket and Freight Agent.
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE It. H
OFFICE OF ENGINEER AND SUP'T, *
Richmond. Va>, June 13.1873. .
(GOING WEST.)
The Lynchburg and Danville Passenger Train
daily (except Sunday) leaves Richmond at 9:4 6
a. m., Burkeville at 1:20 p. m.; arrive at
Lynchburg at 4:40 p.m., arrive at Danville at
6:10 p. m.
Sunday Lynchburg Passenger Train leaves
Richmond at 8:26 a. m.; ariives at Burkeville al
11:28 a. ____, Lynchburg 4:40 p. in.
Through Mail and Passenger Train leaves
Richmond daily at 1:06 p. 111., leaves Danville
daily at 8:46 p. in ; arrives at Greensboro' daily
at 11:10 p. m.
(GOING EAST.)
The Lynchburg and Danville Passenger Trains
daily (except Sunday) leave Lynchburg at 8:16
a. m., leave Dauvilie at 6:16 a. in.; Leave Burke
ville at 11.35 a. in., arrive at Richmond at 2 26
p. m.
Tlie Sunday Lynchburg Passenger Train
leaves Lynchbuig at 8:16 p. m., Burkeville ut
1:10 p. m. ; arrives at Richmond 4:17 p. m.
The Through Mail and Passenger Train leaves
Greensboro' dally at 8:16 p. m., leaves Danville
daily at 11:17 p. m.; arrives at Richmond daily
at 6:36 a. 111
The Through Mail and Passenger Train going
soutli connects at Greensboro' wilh trains 01.
Norm Caiolina railroad for all poiuls south.
The Lynchbnrg Trains connect at Bnrkeville
wilh Train 011 Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio
railroad for all points southwest and south.
THROUGH TICKET:* loall points South and
Southwest can be proem ed at tbe ticket office iv
Richmond, and of R. F. WALKER, Agent of At
lantic, Mississippi and Ohio railroad, No. 1826
Main slreet, Richmond.
Papers lhat have arrangements to advertise
tho schedule of this company will please print
as above. T M. R. TALOOTT,
je 13-Lf Engineer and Superintendent.
RICHMOND. YORK "RIVER AND
CHESAPEAKE R. R.
Richmond, York River and Chesapeake 1
Railroad Compart, [
Richmond, Va., June 2,1873. J
NOTICE.
Ou nnd after this date the PASSENGER and
FREK i UT TRAINS over this route will be ruu
as loliuws. '
PASSENGER TRAIN dully (Sunday ex
cepted), between Richmond tin,! West Point,
leaving the depot at.! P. M.
Passengers for river laifdings and Baltimore
will leave Richmond uu WEDNESDAYS and
SATURDAYS at 2 o'clock P. Al., connecting
with steamer at West 1 .iut on same evening
lor Baltimore, Ac.
Fare to river landings — »2.6(i
Fare to Baltimore J 6.00
FREIGHT TRAIN for through freight leaves
Richmond on Tuesdays, Wednesdays Fridays,
and Saturdays at 4 o'clock A. M.
LOCAL FREIGHT between Richmond and
West Point, carried both ways, on Wednee
rtaj'i. and Saturdays, leaving Richmond at 4
D'clock A. M.
WILLIAM N. BRAGG,
I. L. Tati.or, Superintendeiil.
Freight and Ticket Agent, Richmond,
je 2—tf
4963
"THUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE.—That on the
_l * 9th day of August, a. d., 1H73, a warrant
11 bankruptcy was issued out of tlie District
,'oni 1 of the United States for the Eastern I)is
■ rlct of Virginia, against the estate of John Gr.
l.niupkiii, of Hcnover county and State
>f Virginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
m his own petition : That the payment of
my debls, aud the delivery of.auy property
lelonging to said bankrupt, to him or for bis
ise, and the transfer of tony property by him,
ire forbidden by law; That a meeting of the
treditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts
md choose one or more assignees of his estate,
vtlt be held at a conrt of bankruptcy, to he
■olden at Richmond, Va., before W. W. Forbes,
-_(~ register, on the 17th day of September, a.
1., 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m.
DAVID B. PARKER,
_ B—M_w U. _. Marshal.

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