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11.-I.V, SEHI-WEF.KI.Y «*D WEEKLY.
ITIILISHED AT
So. 912] M__NOT.,_lO__o-D. VA.
-INVAIID D—_Oft
Editor nnd Hiiiuin'ir.
SATURDAY EVEN'Of, SEP. 20, 1573.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
I-'ult I.oYKRNOR :
RO. W. HUCHES,
Of Wellington County."
|. i)H LTEI'TEN \NT-OOYERNOR :
C. P. RAMSDELL,
Or Surry County.
FOR ATTORNEY-UENERAL I
DAVID FULTZ,
Ol Augusta County.
ELECTIION-DAY I
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1873.
TIIK Still lilltll CONSERVATIVH UK.
miCKACY.
It lias been well said, though tlie utter
ance has become somewhat trite and hack
neyed, that "eternal vigilance is the price
of liberty." Another sayin:: of more
recent dale, if not more directly applica
ble to liberty in a free government, is that
tlie "sober second thought of tho people is
the surest guarantee of institutional free
dom." A bravo, manly, and chivalrous
people may, and they too olten do, be
ciiue the mere tools ol designing, selfisli,
and cunning politicians. And generally,
the braver and more unselfish a people are,
the more easily arc they beguiled by the
arts and designs of the demagogue.
Tho history of tho Southern people in
the last ten or fifteen years—indeed we
nny say (or tho last twenty years—is a
complete demonstration of the truth of
this statement. The non-slaveholder of
the Southern states was befoa-e tho war,
nnd to a considerable extent still
I*l ihe mere dancing jack of
tlie Democratic party. Slavery was made
•the key-note of that party for indoctrina
ting the people with every other fallacy,
however wild or extreme, and it was some
times amusing to sec how these dancing
jacks would bob up and down, under tho
more adroit manipulation of their political
muter.!. The old Whig party of the
South was first denounced as abolitionized,
and exposed to tho bitterest taunts of
every, brainless demagogue who desired
political office. Slavery was made the
stopping-stone lo power by Jack Polk,
while Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and
their peers, were sacrificed to (he popular
clamor. It (shivery) was the ambush from
behind which Stephen A. Douglas and the
Democratic party of the Northwest were
surprised and cut down in 1800, and Bre'ck
enridgc made the "man of straw,'' to be
hypocritically .strengthened by bis own ad
herents, in order to precipitate and make
certain the then threatened war. It was
made the spring-board from which, under
every defeat during the war, the non-slave :
holder was conscripted and forced into the'
jaws of death.
Nor is this the worst. Since the war the
poor black man has been made the stalking
horse of the old Democratic party, under
its present alias t in order to revivo the
slumbering '.ires of secession, or the hates
and aniniositio l Out of which it grew.
This very .stalking-ho—o is even now, in
this very canvass, made the chief instru
ment not only for galvanizing their parly
into life, but for duping the humble, poor,
hard-working whito men of Virginia into
tho support of tin very men who "fired
the southern heart," enforced secession,
and reduced to abject poverty every non
slaveholder who survived tho war. Every
industrial pursuit, every avocation of
manual labor, every honorable effort, in
fact, to dignify labor and advance the inter
ests of the laboring man, is shamelessly j
thrust aside and lost sight of in the sense
less cry of (he white man against the
black man. The darkest passions of the
unman heart, the most malignant
hiartbuiilings of envenomed natures, the
most untutored and wild prejudices of cast
hatred, are all appealed to by these Bour
bons, (the men who learn no lessons from
the past,) in order lo blind the reason, ul
lage the senses, and thoroughly poison the I
feelings of the . white laborer against the
cilored laborer. "The black man's party"
is the is dated, cold-hearted, unreasoning
battle-cry, by which it is endeavored to
regain political power, (t came from a I
party which for the last thirty years abso
lutely enslaved white labor in Virginia.
Lot not the white laborers—the hard- |
fisted, honest, toiling white men of the
state—forget that these same men, at
lla'timorc, in the Orecley nominating con
vention, no longer ago than last year, sang
with a wild gusto " John Brown's soul
is marching on." Such a scene then.l
contrasted with what is i u)W i, e j„g
enacted by the Kemper-Datiiel party,
beggars description, it is the acme of
brazen impudence, stupid double-dealing,
bungling lines c, and political hypocrisy
"played out."
The Louisville Courier-Journal is giving I
tlie Bourbons of Virginia some little an-I
noyance in this campaign. It pitched into
them tor the weak and cowardly issue of
"white and black," and gave them a iioiind
pelting generally. It has been more recently
after the Bourbons of its own state, warning
them against the folly of throwing them-
I..■'. ai'i'iiss the path of progress aud re
t.iiiii. Tin's warning Ihey are not likely to
In til, if ire are lv judge from Ihe present I
attii i'le of lln- Bourbons of this state. As I
Democracy and Uonrboniom have become
ub .(initially the same thing in this state,
there i no mod to change the nomencla
ture nt i In; Courier-Journal's article. It)
.w.-ii-nina; „v„ lt .. mui . nlk , ~a i. t y of I j
Keului lay. It tell, us very plain., ,|i- tboDtmoe- '
i-icy i niiii.ii. iiii.jkl to—row iliein»elves nil—» I
i In- i c.Hi ol piogre.jai— reform ; Una the aba—« I
Uii lij'i 1.-iliii,. mint i„. corn— ed '
rigers must not be allowed to prriviJa* anilv lbf
themselves, when Ihe iiarty i e going to tha» di-iit
Tv'n must, have a change or we will berouti.l I
"horse, Hot and dragoons." A (li vnsc is ile
al .tided.
But a more soggcstiv totic'e
Louis Kepublican ns lo the " invis
ible " Democracy of tho country
generally. Wo commend the some
what lengthened extract we make to tho
careful perusal of the Bourbons of this
slate, before they shall be "retired to the
hospital of veteran invalids" on the sth
of November next. The article shows up
the present Democracy (Bourbonisin) of
tho country as a fighting power. We
copy:
The stale campaigns now going on, unimport
ant as they are supposed to be, strikingly illus
trate the decay of the Democracy as a lighting
power. In not one of these states, with the ex
ception of Texas, does the Democracy stand forlh
as the exclusive antagonist of the Republican
party, while In nearly all of them It has sunk out
of sight, eclipsed by a new party with new Issues.
In lowa the Demorcacy has formally retired and
given place to the antl-monepolists. In Missis
sippi it proposes to retire and give room to the
Alcorn bolters. In Ohio a people's party
with a third ticket, contests its claim to be the
exclusive antagonist of its old Republican ene
my. Iv Virginia there Is no Democracy at all;
the opposing party to the Republicans is called
the Conservatives. In Wisconsin thero is no De
mocracy In the field ; the Democrats and Libe
ral Republicans have agreed io unite and nomi
nate a ticket which shall not be Democratic, but
something else. In Minnesota the farmers have
nominated a ticket, and it is not improbable that
the Democracy will yield in its favor. In Massa.
chusctts the Hemocrucy have just madoano—i
untion of a state ticket, but ihe party and Its
ticket, both, are overwhelmed by the absorbing
Issue between Butler and his Republican oppo
nents. Nobody In that state thinks, talks or
cares about the Democracy ; the only question
thought or talked of is, which of two Republican
factions will carry the Worcester convention,
and which of the two Republican candidates
will be elected governor. In the lecent election
in California it was pushed aside by a new
power, called the antl-nlonopoly Tarty, being
similarly overshadowed as in Massachusetts.
1 his is a pitiable showing for the party before
whose presence all other parties were ever
accustomed to sluiok abashed, and which, when
it appeared on the field, occupied the whole of It.
It has dwindled to such feeble proportions that,
in some slates it is invisible, and in others It
Is insignillcant. Its enemies no" longer fear
it The once great autocrat of parties has
sunk, like Spain, iv the European system, to a
third-rate position. Indeed, it has ceased to be
a lighting power, and does not, at this time pos
sess a grain or influence in national politics. It
has lost the faculty of attracting attention to it
self. Its platformsdrop like plumbs or lead lo the
ground, though these platforms, when pro
claimed by some other party, become an Inspir
ng war-cry against Republicanism. It no
longer possesses the capacity to pit sent living
Issues to tho country, and is continually morti
fied to find itsclalms eclipsed by issues presented
by others—as in Massachusetts, California, Mi«
--' sissippi and lowa. There is but one disposition
, to be mado of such a party, it must be retired to
the hospital of veteran invalids, that a more vig
orous lighter may take its place.
T
' Independence is tho last luxury of
which the poor man ought to be deprived,
; yet it is one that cannot be indulged in under
Conservative rule, so far as legislation can
, prevent it. Take the petty ofllce of town
ship constable for instance. There _ not
tho slightest probability that this officer
: can ever havo fitly dollars of other peo
ple's money in his hands, yet the Conserv
ative laws require him to give bail to the
i amount or two thousand dollars ; tho ef
fect of which is to deprive a poor man of
the office unless he has tho rich man to
go his surety. The object is simply to give
the rich man the control of the office. One
hundred dollars would be adequate, and
two hundred would be ample security for
all practical purposes.
So with tho oflico of sheriff. That officer
is now compelled to give five times as
inueli bail as there is any real necessity
for. The object here, again, is to make
him the mere tool of "wealth and respect
ability." The independent poor man,
though able to give as much bail as would
amply secure all the money that can possi
• sibly pas 3 through his hands, is often unable
to find it to the amount of thirty, fifty or
B ninety thousand dollars. Honesty and
capacity aro mere moonshine, under Con
i servative rule, in comparison with having
' I rich patrons, who can only be retained by
1 j such poor men as aro willing to "crook the
pregnant hinges of the knee." As a con
sequence, wo see many Conservative office
holders iv Republican counties.
The question at issue between .ludge
| Holt and Andy Johnson, concerning the
. hanging of Mrs.iSurratt, says The Chicago
Post, ought to' bo very easily settled.
The Judge contends that all tho papers
in the case, including the recommenda
tion of the military commission that the
Surratt sentence be commuted, were sub
mitted to and acted upon by the Presi
dent, and he proves the assertion by
several witnesses. ' A. J. is positive that
he never saw the recommendation until
after the woman was hanged. Why can't
they compromise on tho theory that Andy
was too drunk to sec anything nt that
particular time ? That would dispose of
the question of veracity in a way that
ought to be satisfactory to all parties.
Thero is nothing inherently probable
I about it. Let us have peace.
O—TICIAU
OFF <)F()LERKirOTreE7rFJ^"E^TEsI
Richmoko, V*., August 20, 1873. >
IV; , A, I JT » ORITY OF AN ACT OP AH
-!-» SI—IBLY, approved April 2d, 18711, it is
lawrul for the Circuit Court judges of this Coin-
I monwealth. until the times for holding the terms
of their respective courts s hall be prescrllml by
law, to fix the time for holding such terms
11,8 term or the Eleventh circuit has been fixed
—gVEMTH OIKCUIT.
Priuco Williain.-2il Monday in October, Jan
nary and May. ' J
Fairfax-2d Monday in June, Ist Wednesday
in November, and Ist Monday in February
I Loiidoun.-Tth Monday in April, 3d Monday in
I October, and .Id Monday in January.
I Fauquier—Tuesday after Ist Monday in Sep
tember L'd Monday in December, and Tuesday
alter Ist Monday in April.
Rappahannock.—Tuesday after 3d Monday in
March, Tuesday after Ist Monday in June ami
Tuesday after 4th Monday In September
Alexandria County.—Sd Monday lv May 2d
Monday in November, nud 2d Monday iii Feb
., Alexandria City—Uh Monday in May sd
Monday », November, and id Monday in Fe'bru-
Clerk ot House of Delegates of Va.
WORTH AND BEAUTY.
wood's Household m.umzinb |
VO "SEMITE.
ro__-T___ ot (h tF*P*S& a ON Ph'«-«>i
lUHl'.Mllli., we are able to offer „ eon_iimilni,
"I literary and artistic work of gen, I ( ',,„'
] ami at prices unprecedented. "ne Vai.itn,
I his line copy of a pi er . o of Nature's KmnJ „, I
wottt v no presented in ihe usual limited" yt,>
i sdiiiieu.-ioiiHH.y_, ,„. lkim , ~ p,' t ,ti„. e of very I
S ic »>**> ln "sell an ORNAMENT TO Til fc I
-. ul nil Chromo will bo allowed log sto Iho re
t, V, ','l'"?' '""' 'hose will be sola al t i. e j,. ~..a,.. I
RETAIL PRICE, Bfi,.K«), while il .irdered in con'
for ' °'"' M "K» zi, "'> both will be fur- J
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS
As a premium the picture may be obtained I v I
_?_.!»«» " cl -'' " r , by enhscriluTiK Tor the Mag- I
> Add-ST" {acd miH>; at *l.Ou pcr Hiiuiun
wdor'.'.l Hou.SEHOLD MAGAZINE,
a. a. a. . Newliurir, New York
B.iE. Smugs, Publisher. °c ii '
KAIfTtOH »AL__
By VI illi oa T. Railey,
•al Estate Agent anil Auctioneer
g~ AS\|i;m;i- -s SALE j£
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE IN CAROLINE
CO!'NTY, VIRGINIA.
By virtue of nn order of the United States
Di-irici Court for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia, hearing ilale Septcmlier 12, 157.1, I wi I
WEIINESI-AY, TIIEBIII DAY OF OCTOBER.
157.1 at 12 o'clock m., in fiont of tho United
Slates court homo, nt Richmond, Va., as as
• ■Knee of W. M. Mason, bankrupt, the following
defcrtbed property, to-wit : First,
A LIFE-ESTATE IN 61 AORES OF LAND
,w?. g !'i 1 ,,?,ir?,"" c (, °" n 'y. Va., wilh DWELL
IWU-lIdUSL thereon. Second,
031 AORES OF LAND.
lying in said counlv. A full description of the
£. v r P r °l >l ' rt y will bo given on the day of sale
This land will be sold free from all lions and
encumbrancer.
TERMS :
One-third cash ; balance on-a credit of six and
twelve months, equal installments, the pur
chaser giving bonds with good security for the
deferred payments, and the title retained until
all of the purchase money is paid.
mt m-2ttw3w A-lgnee.
. J?y William T. Bailey,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
Eleventh slreet, between Main and Bank.
A-UONGE'S SALE~ n
LAND IN LOUISA COUNTY, VIRGINIA
In compliance with a decree of the United
V--.1 rll ' t , oonrt for *"« Eastern District ol
J»I,1-- "V'. c . m ? Uer of Frederick Perkins,
Bankrupt, of date September 0, 187.1. I will sel
at auction, free Irom liens, on
TUESDAY. 7rn DAY OF OCTOBER, 1871,
at 13i o'clock m., In front of the United States
court-house. In the city of Richmond :
o, aS? I— m . Aere "i having been surveyed,
and Maps will be shown on day of sale.
NO. 2—noH Acres Cleared and Wood Land.
NO. 3—146* Acres " "
NO. T—loo Acres " ■
NO. S—9.l"Acres " .a
NO. e-iO% Acrei
NO. 7-01 Acres
NO. B—lß3 Acres " i.
S8!< l acr < es LIFE INTEKEST tn a «*-* °' >»ml ol
All of the above land is situated about fom
miles south of Louisa Courthouse.
TERMS :
One-third cash ; the balance on a credit of sli
aud twelve mouths, with approved security foi
the deferred payments, and title to be retained
by the assignee until the purchase money ii
«•*_• „ JABOB COHN,
se 16-2aw:ivv Assignee.
COMMISSI OfHERS' AND ~__
ASSIGNEE'S SALE __
OF HANOVER LANDS.
By virtue of a decree of Hanover circuit court
„j2Ewi' th ,° ca J se of Winston's guardian vs
Wooirolk and others, and by virtue of au orde
of the United States district court, In the mat
,„ of ,T- ?• M ». ,10T V. bankrupt, the undorsignea
will sell at public auction, in front of tho Unilei
States custom-home, in Richmond, Va., or.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1873,
at 12 o'clock m., that tract of land lying in Han
over county, containing ' *
-TS a-10 ACHES.
adjoining the Innds of William O. Pay, T T Tai
lor's esiate and others, betes a part of the lam
of James Winston, deceased.
TERMS:
Cash as to expenses of sale, and the snm o
•W4 ; on a credit of one year as to »6f>* : on i
credit of two years as to »6„, f or bonds wilh an
proved security, bearing inlerest from day o
sale; as to any surplus, upon a credit of thre.
months for a negotiable note well endorsed, am
with interest added, title to be retained unlit i
conveyance is ordered by court
EDMIfND WINSTON.
A. M. MORRIS,
Commissioner,-.
• JO. LANE STERN,
Assignee of T. S. Mallory.
At the same time and place, the underlined
assignee in bankruptcy of T S Mallory —2
sell jl« 1-3 ACRES .«■ LAND in I-io"e
county, surrendeied by said bankrupt, ndjolnini
lands of William Priddy, Charles Vest's estat
aim ottiers.
TERMS :.
I One-third cash ; balance at six and twelv
months for negotiable notos with interest ddod
and title retained until all purchase raonev I
l'ald. JO. LANE STERN
i see-2awst Assignee of T.S. Mallory.
Jgk, ASS—IN-K'S AND TRUSTER'S fft,
SALE OF VALUABLE LANDS IN ORANUiI
COUNTY, VIRGINIA. KAni * l
In obediance to an order of the United Suit*
District Court for the Eastern District of Vir
gala, [dated Aueust 6. 1873, in the matter o
Henry C. Bell, bankrupt, we will offi-r foreali
at public auction, en
SATURDAY, SEPTEMRER 27, 1873,
' ?t 12 o'clock m., iv front of the court house ir
loUowing ora " gu L'oiulhoiiie, Virginia, thi
210 ACRES OF LAND,
lying in the county of Orange, about eight milei
from Orange Courthouse, near Woodlolk'
store. One hundred aud sixty acres of the land
is open—the balance in timber. Ordinary im
provements Uiereon.
r,£r' S . ( L A LIFK INTEREST IN 1«0 AORES
l« LAND. It adjoins the former tract. Firsl
tract (o be sold clear of all Hens and encumbran
ces except the wife's contingent right of dower
TERMS:
One-third cash; balance on a credit six and twelve
months, with interest added, the purchaser tc
give notes for the deferred payments, title to Iw
retained until said notes are paid.
WM 11. ALI.DERDICE, Assignee.
JOHN a. WILLIAMS, Trus-e
se 2—2aw3w
~ Uy Richardsou _ Uo.. ' "
Real Estate Agents and Anctloniers
1113 Main ttroet.
JA AtM-N-EB SALE --
VALUAHLE LAND IN OAROT INK
COUNTY, WEST VIKOINIA, AND
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
loan order of the United States
District Court for the Eastern District of Vir
ginia dated August c, 1673, In the matter of
John H. De Jarnette, bankrupt, vve shall si 11 bw
public auction, in front of the custom-house' en
Bank street, in the city of Richmond, ou
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1873,
at 12 o'clock m., the following described land:
TRACT NO. l_Containingß7T acres in Caroline
connty, Va, adjoining the lands of Edgar
Mv-enuy, John R Baylor, and others ; sub
ject to a paid-up lease for six years, (two of
!S"atJSS-aJ__-!J wUh s «veral comfort-
TENANT-HOUSES thereon.
1 kR-S—*2,.<io(> in cash, the balance In six
and twelve mouths.
TRACT NO. 2—ln the same county .as the above
containing i,«.K> acres adjoining the
of E. and W.Pulaimn, Robert Uatewpod, 0
R. De Jarnette, and others.
TEIJMS— One-third in cash, the balance in
six, twelve and eighteen month.-.
TRACT NO. S-Oonsis.s of a valuable lot of
land in St. Joseph, Missouri.
TERMS—As above.
TRACT NO. 4—ln Buchanan county. West Vir
ginia, con tahilng 2— acres.
TERMS-As above.
Purchase— in each and every case to give
bonds with good security Tor the deforred pav
meiils aud title to be retained by tho assign*'*
until all the purchase money Is paid.
For further information reference is made to
John 11. De Jarnette, on the premises in Caro
line county, and to H. T. Wlckhani, esq as
signee, lotil Main street, where plus of the pro
perty can be seen. '
.0. MAURICE SMITH, 1 . ,
H. T WICKHAM, ( Assignees.
ne 17—2aw3w
—M
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI.
ITER STATES for the Eastern District „f Vir
—.J". Ula "Atter of William R (iregg, a bank- I
nipt—in bankruptcy. I
Tn_ , .,h Vh °r" n " Ma * Concern-The undersigned,
il- ,h „. J or*»nseii, of Petersburg, Virginia
r_2 Sr $ iXr3!!i".'V£!f, ai'Wmtment as ass :
gnee of the estate of William R. Oregg of the
Dated Seiitemher 11. ] 8 73
.eli-,aw.w InSEHIJOBU( a, I
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
RICHARD ADAM,
STEAM BAKERY,
Twelfth Street, below Main. Branches : SM
Breed, and 1884 Main Street.
WILLIAM ADOLPHUS,
BILL POSTER,
Nos. 10 and 18 Law Bunding.
. GEORGE A. AINBLIE.
C A R R I A O X BUILDER
Tenth Street, between Main and Oary.
T. M. ALES-BSD ft SON,
EIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AUKNTS |
Also General Agents for Virginia of Deooelti
Lin Ibiob—roi Con?art of New York.
No. IN. Tenth Street, (Sharer'e New B—lding).
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Corner Main and Twelfth streets.
J. M. SUBLETT, PROPRIETOR,
Late of the Spots wood.
CHARLES -MANN,
HEALER IB
rOYS,CON FECTIONERY AND CHINA WARE
718 Bread Street.
GEORGE W. ANDERSON ft SON,
CARPETB, PAPER HANGINGS, CURTAIN
i.onus, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW
.. SHADES, fee, 1208 Main Street.
W. J. ANDERSON,
PLUMBER, STEAM AND (lis nil XX
ALSO MABOrAOT DEER AMD DEAI.EE IB
0— IVES, TINWARE, HOUSE I I It NISIII *ll
GOODS, aBC, 888 Main, and 808 Broad Street
J. BLAIR,
SUPERIOR MEDICINES,
8«g Broad Street.
J. H. BOSCHEN ft SON,
MABHPAOTBEBBB ABTa HEALERS II
HOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
800 Broad Street.
D. A. BROWN, Jr.,
•ADM.B AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY,
711 Broad Street.
I. D. BRIGGS,
BREAD, CAKE, AND CRACKER BAR—RY
7Q7 Main Street.
J. THOMPSON BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENT fc AUCTIONEER,
_ I>IS Main Street, opposite Dispatch 0_».
S. K. CAMPBELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS 111
LOOKING-GLASSES, CHROMOS, i'HOTIIO
(1 It A I'll FRAMES, MOULDINGS, fee, fee.
Virginia Hall, Ninth Street, Richmond, Va.
JAMES M. CARTER,
HOUSE, SIGN — ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
No. 723 Main Street.
Oeillugs and Walls Whitened or Colored at
VERY MODERATE TERMS.
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE, Aoent
9 MUTUAL LIFE INMIKANC- COMPANY,
of New Yorlr, 1 IDS Main Street.
COOK & LAUGHTO_\
All .HONKERS fc COMM'N MERCHANTS,
I,'inner Friinkllu nud Governor Streets.
w7l. cux,~"
BRASS I 111 NIIEII AND FINISHER,
ALSO MANUFACTURER OP THE CRLBBEATED
COX PLOW, OR I' A It Al EH V FRIEND,
Corner Ninth and Oary Streets.
E. A. J. CLOPTON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND AUCTIONEER
Eleventh between Wain and Bank Streets
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE ft CO., Agents
If..vn. Firb Issorahce Compabt, of London ;
Imperial Firblxsurahur Compart, of London.
Offll-, 1108 Main Street.
J HENRY CRAFTON,
WALL PAPER, SHADES, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, fee..
No. 7 Ninth Street, three doors abore Main.
Paper Hanging and Upholstering Done.
DAVENPORT & CO.,
I STOCK BROKERS AN D STO C X
, AUCTIONEERS, Olßce over First National
i Bank, 1104 Main Street.
DAVENPORT ft CO., Agents
■ LITERrOOI, LORDOH a»1» OI.OUE I»8URABOB (!••.,
i I Office over First Nat'l Bank, 1104 Main Street.
D. DELARUE.
FIIIST-CLASS HESTAURAN T—FINE
' - I.lilt mis, DELICACIES, fee.
No. «8 Hih Streot. opp. EXCHANGE HOTEL.
'■ "DOMESTIC" SEWING MACHINE
COMPANY,
I I Branch Cilice for Virginia and North Carolina,
| . 031 Main Street.
0. A. DUFFY'S
RESTAURANT, AND DEALER IN
I Ml' DRIED CIGARS AND FINEST
MUCOUS, ALES, fee., 1130 Main Street.
R. R. DUVAL,
WHUL—VVI.F AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
533 Main Street.
WM. A. EDWARDS,
WHOLE—LB AM, RETAIL DEALBB IB
« HOOKS AND STATIONERY
801 E. Broad Street.
B. G. FLOURNOT
■ABUFACTBREB OF
BASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, FRAMES,
MOULDINOS, FLOORING fee.,
No. HIP Oary Street.
' J. D. GATEWOOD,
DEALBR IX
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERER,
SIP Broad Street, between Third and Fourth
C. GENNET,
WATCHMAKER fc JEWELER,
OEAXER IN GOLD AND TIN FOIL,
«ud nil klnda of DENTISTS' MATERIAL-,
j_*j_M_n Street opposite Postofflee.
B. W. GLLLIB,
STEAM UOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
li ate .lonreal Building, Ola 1 _ Main Street,
JOHN GIBSON,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
1,0 ■':• —* u_! n » 3t -, hetween Main fc FranklUi
E. M. GRANT ft CO., '
'KAI.KKINCHOICEFAMILY GROCERIES.
803 Broad Street.
ABRAHAM HARRIS.
t »1'0„SS»B TO H. HARRIS fc BROTHER, )
loan office,
• ••■II .•lain Street, between Fifteenth and
.seventeenth streets, lends Money oa
DIAMONDS, WATCHES. .TEW_LEY,
iI.VKUWAUE, OLOTHTNa, DRY OOODS,
OUNS and PISTOLS,
aud all other personal property.
A " traiiw-tioo kept strictly confidential.
B. HEINRH% ~~
MATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
uimi Main Street, between Ninth and Teat-.
W. B. HERBMAN ft CO.,
I'ROPKIETORS
I VA. STEAM COFFEE fc SPICE MILLS,
I I'otlVe roasted daily, and Drags, Spice*, Beans.
I ic. mound for grocers, druggists and to.
unci aaiil-s. No. Oio North 0_y stret.
J. N. HOEFLICH ft CO,
AGENTS FOR FLORENO E AND
**-. 110-G SHUTTLE' AM,
SKWING MACIUNES.
OQ7 Broad Street. I
JOE V. HOBSON. MIT,
HOMEOPATHIST,
Olllce ami Residence 411 Orace-st. cor, of Cth. *» I
Oeo. A. Hokdlbt. Dakibi. S. MoCartbt I
GEORGE A. HUNDLEY ft CO.,
DXALBRSIB
i.ltii. I 111 l,\ FINE LIQUORS, TEAS, fc*. I
S3B Broad Sir—.
MODEL CIGAR FACTORY. I
WHITLOCK ft ABRAM,
HAH—'AC —BEES ABD HEALERS IB
CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, fee,
Men Mala Street. • *
I BUM NESS AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
JULIUS -RAKER,
iui.ii m
I »!-'*, . ill TITS AND CHILDREN'S
j CLOTHING, fee, fee., 1517 Main Street.
R. H. MAURY ft CO.,
BANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
I No. 1014 Main Street.
Mrs. M. J. MICHELBACHER,
DEALER IV
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, STRAW
WOODS, RIBBONS, fee., fee, 808 Broad Strset
Jmu M. Mimifi. W.B. Matthews
Oom. In Chancery. Notary Public
MATTHEWS ft MATTHEWS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
< I ".Mm'* Hall, Eleventh and Bank Street!.
MOiniC__L0 _ HOUSE.
DAY BOARD, 81.23; WEEK, S».00.
1486 Main Street.
J. J. MONTAGUE,
IfAIftTFACTt—IK OP
SAMI, BLINDS, DOORS, MOIILDI M.I
IIX Al 'KKT«,-., corner of 9th and Arch si's.
J. R. MOORE & C0..~
GENERA- COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and Dealers in TOBACCO, WHEAT, COHN.
FLOUR, and all kinds of Country Pmilin-
Particular attention paid to tlie sale of Kgit*
Butter, Fowls, Dried Frulis, 4c. Consignment.
from the country respectfully Botloi—u.
No. 18 Thirteenth Street.
MoRAE & CHRISTIAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
__ 1018 Main Street, np stairs.
J. V. L. McCREERY,
mii.su llf HARDWARE ANDCUTLERV.
710 Broad Street.
h. Mccormick,
AUCTIONEER, Rooms 1414 Main Street.
J. B. McKENNEY & CO., ~
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
Ma—hall Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
NATIONAL FREE-MEN'S SAVINGS
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
No. 10 N. 10th St., C. SPENCER, CASIIIEK.
"DANIEL O'DONNELL,
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER AND (IAS
FITTER,
818 Broad Street.
H. L. FELOUZE _ CO., 7
TYPE FOUNDERS, 1300—1208 Franklin .St
J. W. RANDOLPH"- ENGLISH.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, BOOK-BIN
DERSfc BLANK BOOK JIIMFTIS,
1818 Main Street, between ISth and Hth.
RICHARDSON & CO.,
utoPBiKTORB of CENTRAL MARKET,
Broad Street, between ;»th and 10th Will keep
constantly on hand all choice varied— of fresh
MEATS, FOWLS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES,
MILK AND BUTTER.
RICHMOND BANKING
AND
INSURANCE COMPANY.
1302 Main Street.
BANKING DEPARTMENT :
J. B. Davis, Pres't. Mann S. Qvabi.—, Cashier
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT:
J. B. Davis, Pim't .Tornt F. O. Potts, Secy
Wm. Hoi.t Richardson, w. ft Hichamit—i"
WM. HOLT RICHARDSON & CO.,
merchant tailors.
No. 10 North Fourteenth Slreet,
i C. C. SALAMOSE,
VVIIUI.KHAI.K ANII lIKTAII. DEALER IN
• - : «»ARS, TIIIIAI CO, fee., 80.1 Broad Street.
LEON SCHAAP'S
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL
, NEWS DEPOT, CKIAH ESTABLISHMENT
GENTS' GEN'L VARIETY STORB
1403 Main Street, near Fourteenth.
HERMANN SCHMIDT,
(SUCCESSOR TO SCHMIDT la MILLER.)
[ importer e» FOREIGN GROCERIES,
SOP and BQ3 Broad Street, Corner of Fifth
C. L. SIEGEL,
dealer ill BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, fee.,
417 Broad Street.
• SMITH & McCURDEY,
DEALERS IK
. CROCKERY, GLASS-WARE AND HOUSK
FURNISHINO GOODS, 431 Bro_l Street.
. STARKE & RYLAND,
! WHOLESALE AND BRTAII. DBALERB IN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY, fee. 015 Mala St
GEORGE B. STEEL,
• DENTIST, 733 Main Street
SAMUEL SUTHERLAND,
HBAI.BR IB SPORTSMAN'S GOODS,
I4OS Main Street.
WM.I H.:SUTHERLAND~
FINE CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
HORSES FOR HIRE,
• Stables Bth between Main and Franklin streets
WM. H. TATUM,
DEALER IN
O.ROCERIES, WINES, LHUMIUS, fee,
No. 514 Broad Street.
MHS. TURNLEY,
DRESS MAKER AND
MANUFACTURER AND r I-: AI ER IN
IIOOPSKIKTS, CORSETS fee, 005 Broad St.
F. P. TURNER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices in the United States and State Courts.
No. 4 Ooddln Hall, Eleventh and Hank Streets.
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER, PLATED
WARE, GOLD, SILVER AND STEEL
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES.
JOHN H. TYLER & CO.,
(■ooo— SORB TO MITCHELL la TTI.KR),
No. 1107 Main Street.
Watch Repairing Executed In the Best Manner.
E. G. TYLER'S ~
ICE-T'REAM SALOON,
831 Broad Street.
GEORGE H. VALENTINE,
AUCTIONEER,
u>d agent for Dr. Rado-lii-fr's Great Remwly
"SEVEN SEALS OR GOLDEN WONDER,"
ISOO Main Street.
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE CO.
AND
OLD DOMINION STEAM COFFEE
AND SPICE MILLS,
Main Street, corner of Eighth.
Coffee Roasted mni Spices Ground for the Tratto.
JOHN G. WAYT & SON,
DENTISTS, 104 Ninth Street.
WEED SEWING MACHINE COM
PANY'S AGENCY,
738 Main Street, corner Eighth.
E. Q. Qeanyii.i.b, Manager.
D. K. WEISIGER,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER,
__ 1018 Main Street.
DAVID WILSON,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, 700 Main St,
WHEELER & WILSON SEWING
C. L. KAU WAV, GENERAL AGENT,
1001 Main Street.
H. T. WIOKH AM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Courts of Hanover, Henrico, City of Richmond,
State and Federal; 1001 Main Street.
ALBERT L. WEST,
ARCHITECT, 1117 Mala Streot.
Also agent for Buckingham SlaW Quarries
WOODHOUSE & PJRHAM,
DBA—WE IB
BOOKS, STATIONERY fc PIANO FORTES
Book-Bindery and Paper Box Factory,
I 1308 Main Strent.
• C WILL PAY FOR SIX COPIES OF THE ''
*0 WEEKLY STATE JOC-HAL ftr on • J
Eft-IB ANO PROrK—ITONAL CARDS.
J. B. WATK3NS,
A_ER IN EVERY KIND (IF COAL,
COKE, AND WOOD.
111 l Main. »nd Ninth and Cary streets.
R. H, TALLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices In Ihe courts of Charles Cily, New
Kent, Henrico, Chrsterfleld and in the city of
Richmond.
Messrs. Hoi.ladat It WniTE will be associated
with mo in Richmond. Matters in Bankruptcy
and Collecting Claims attended to. Communi
cations addressed lo Charles City O. 11., or
Richmond, Va., will receive tutention. ap 14
LANCASTER & C0..~
BANKERS, STOCK AND EXCHANGE
BROKERS,
No. 1118 Main Street.
THOMAS S. ARMISTEADr
FIRE AND LIFE HVSURANCE AC—NT,
14100 Main street.
HOTELS AND Hi—ITAURANTS.
European battel i
E.GEROT _ Proprietor,
Nob. 012 Mais, and 911 Rank Streets.
Richmond, Va.
EVERYTHINO NEW.
I The House Furnished Throughout in Hand
some Stylo.
ROOMS PER DAY si.on
Meals furnished at city prices ; Iho tables sup
plied willi the best the markets afford.
aWTSEE RILL OF FARE.
au o—dswiwSm
Mrs. A. C. ALLEN,
FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE
No. 13— F Street,
Nearly opposite Ebbltt House,
au 10-tf WASHINGTON. I). C
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL,
(Latb .Tenners House,)
.TAMES SYKES, PROPRIETOR,
Frontinu Pennsylvania Avenitb, between Tbir
—Hmi abb Fourteenih Streets,
WASHINGTON, I). C.
Thankful to the public for generous patronage
in the past, the Proprietor asks his old friends
and patrons to test the accommodations of hit
present establishment, which he promises shal,
be found at least equal to the best, in Washing 1
. _«_ fe I-tf
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
RE-OPENED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN,
COBBER PkNNBYI.FANLA AVERDE AND SIXTH SIS
WASHINGTON, D. C.
i This Hotel has been closed since April last
I and has, during the past summer, undergone the
!most thorough renovation. It has been re
furnished with elegant Walnut Marble-Top Fur
niture. Spring Beds, Velvet and Brussels Car
pets throughout.
The furniture nnd appointments have been
manufactured to order expressly for this House,
and are equal In style and durability to any
European Hotel in the country. The rooms are
arranged en suite and single, and will be rented
from $1.00 to *5 00 per day (including private
parlors.)
A spaeioi— Ladies' aud Gentleman's Dining
. Room, Gentleman's Restaurant, Lunch 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.
a ing to remain by the week or month.
, WOODBURY & DUREN,
no 27—3 m Proprietors.
~THE "08-GINAL"
INSTALLMENT HOUSE,
1438 Main Strret, Ricjmoan, Viroi—a
I offer for sale the following goods for cash, oi
by weekly or monthly payments. For cheap
a ness, quality, and variety, second to none in the
market; Tor accommodation, surpassing any:
2,000 Lithograph and STteel Engravings; Chro
mos, newest in the market; Oil Paintings;
I—oking-Glasses, in great variety; Photograph
Frames, large assortment. Frames of all de
scriptions made at the shortest notice. A largo
6tock 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 mo a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
je _ '73—3 m WILLIAM DAFFEON.
RANKS.
FREEDMAN'S SAVTOGS ~AND
TRUST COMPANY,
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1866.
Tenth Street, betweeb Maib ash Bank
Streets.
DEPOSITS OF FIVE CENTS AND UPWARDS
RECEIVED.
INTEREST COMPOUNDED TO JULY AND
JANUARY
at the rate of six per cent, per annum.
WOpen daily from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.,and on
SATURDAYS from 9 A M. to 8 P. M.
CHARLES SPENCER,
mhSO—tf Oashler.
SHIPPING,.
FOR NEW YORK.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP
COMPANY. 1 !
The side-wheel steamships OLD DOMINION
WYANOKE, ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA, Nl
AGARA, ALBEMARLE, aud HATTERAS,
leave New York for Norfolk, City Point, and
Richmond, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and
SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock P. M. Leave Rich
mond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY, and SUN
DAY, at high tide.
These ships are entirely new. They haTe
elegant saloons, state-rooms, and bath-rooms.
The fare, accommodations, and attention are
unsurpassed.
Close connections made with steamers for all
Southern, Eastern, Western aud Euroiieaji
ports.
Freight received until 0 p. m. daily.
M"* or further information apply to
GEORGE W. ALLEN It CO., Agents,
Oflico Company's Wharf, Rockotts.
Captain Georur W. Allen,
John F. Maver. ap 2—tf
I ' i
j RA-KRUPT iViTK—.
ewi™ -—----■-
TITHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That on the
X 4th day of Sept., 1873, a warrant In bank
ruptcy was issued out of ihe District Court ol
the United States for the Eastern District of
Va., against the estate of Edward It. Coke,
of James City county and State of Vir
ginia, who has been adjudged a bankrupt ou
his own petition: That the payment of any
debts, and the delivery of any property belong
ing to said baakrupl, to him or for his use
and the transfer of any property by him, is
forbidden by law : That ameeting uf the credi
tors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and
choose one or more assignees of his estate,
I will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
I bolden at Petersburg, Va, before J. _, Water-
I man, esq., register, on the 2utli day of Sept'r,
I a. d., 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m.
DAVID B. PARKER,
se 11—Th2w U. S. Marshal.
J rT—(is MTU urVK NOT | V (JE—That on ihe lsih
I X day of Aug., 1873, a warrant in bankinptc
I was issued oui of the District Court of the Un
I ted States for the Eastern District of Virgin —
ugaiust the estate of C. 11. Rrautigam, o
Henrico county nnd State of Virginia, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on his creditors' pell,
tion; that the payment of ahy debt*, and Ihe deliv
ery of any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or for his use, and the transfer of any
property by him, are forbidi—n-by law; tliat
a meeting of the creditors, of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and choose one or more asMga*
ees of his estate, will be held at acourtof bank
ruptcy, to he bolden at Richmond, Virginia,
before W. W. Forbes, esq., register, ou the
Ist day of Oct'ber, a. d., 1878, at lv o'clock a. m
DAVJDB. PARKER,
EDlß—M—v U. S. Marshal.
T? OR SALE CHEAP,
J_ ON LONG TIME, I _
one of the BEST FARMS in Fairfax County.
Two-thirds open land, one-third good voiinr
TIMBER, Oak and Pine. * '
New HOUSE of seven rooms, modern built;
well, stables, tobacco barn, and several tenant
This farm contains abont SIX HUNDRED
ACRES, and borders the Potomac River nearl
three—.— lbs of a mile. The soil is dry loam,
with a few sandy spots ; adapted especially to
gra—,com, tobacco, trucking, and fruit-growing.
It is located twenty-two miles soutii of Wash
ington, near a steamboat landing, and fbnr
miles from a station on the railroad from Wash- 1
ingtou and Richmond, aud adjoining t lie land I
of Colonel Edward Daniols. Good fishing pnvi- I
leges, anal neighborhood pleasant. i
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC
RAILROAD.
Afier lo p. m. SUNDAY, Jnly 14, ISTS, train
will run as follows :
NORTHERN EXPRESS-I.eareßichmond nt
»:40 p. m.; arrive in Washi :lon at 408 a m
Leave Washington at 4.83 ■m ; nrrive at Tial
timorent 6:26 n. m.
OHIOAOO EXPRESaS-1., y e Washington nt
7:52 p.m-: arrive at Bnliin ■re at 9:25 p. m.
CINCINNATI EXPREt-' -l,e»ve Washing
tan at 5:33 p. m.: anlve ai Ifaltlmore at 7:08 p.
ACCOMMODATION—-,; o Wash—gv—.tdn
4:8(1 p. m.
WESTERN EXPKE-S-Leave Washington
10:38 a. m j arrive at Baltimore IH:](> p. m
MAlL—Leave Washington C; 63 a in ; arrive
at Baltimore 8:45 a. to.
TRAINS TO NEW YORK.
RICI—«OND EXPRESS-Leave Richmond at
osoa.m.; Itavo Washington 1:08 p. nl.; arrive
al New York nt 9:10 p. in. ~ ~,,
FAST IjlNE—Leave Richmond 9:40 p m
leave Washington 7:63 a. m.; nrrlve New Yoik
*—"All the above trnins, except Mall nnd Ac
eommodation, connect at Haltimore with train
on the Northern Central Railway for the Went
and North. The Express Train leaves Rich
mond daily except Sunday.
SOUTHWARD.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS-Leave Baltimore
0:011 p. m.; air ire at Washington 10:40 p. m
Leave W — hluoTon 11:00 p.m.; arrive at Rich
mond 4:60 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION—Leavn Baltimore 7.,
p. m.; arrive at Washington 9:08 p. m.
PACIFIC EXPRESS—Leave Baltimore at
8:63 p. m.j nrrlvoat Washington 6:33 p.m.
CINCINNATI EXPRTSS-Leate Baltimore
Ilis p. mj arrive at Washington 3:OS Pm.
WESTERN EXPRESS-Leave Baltimore Mr.
a. m.; arrive at Washington 11:08 a. m.
MAlL—Leave Baltimore 6:55 a. m ; arrive at
Washington |:88a.m.
CHICAGO EXPRESS—Leave Ballimnre nt
3:16 a. m. ; arrive at Washington 4:68 a. m
The Express Train arrives at Richmond dull,,
except Sunday. ,
EDMUND L HrBARRY, Sup't,
Ed. S. Yooxii, Washington, 1). O.
General Passenger Agent,
a"" Baltimore, Md.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILROAD.
On and after 6th May, 1573, the PASSENGER
TRAINS will run as follows:
WESTWARD. it«__l
MAIL TRAlN.—Leaves Richmond 8:80 A. M
ilaily except Sunday, ennuoetiug with W. C
Va. M. & (T. 9. railroad at. Gordonsville and
Charlottesville and arrives at White Sulphu
.Siuings at 8:06 P. M.
EXPRESS TRAlN—Leaves Richmond at
10 P. M., daily except •.Saturday, connecting
at Gordonsville with W. C. Va. M. & CT. S. R.R.
, trains for Lynchburg, and south west, and arrives
at Huntington at 6.20 P. M. lifxt day. Steamer
1 loaves Huntington on arrival of the train., and
arrives at. Cincinnati at 0 o'clock next morning.
This train stops between Itlchmond and
White Sulphur only at .Tnuctloii, Gordonsville,
I Charlotte—Tile, Staunton, (loslieii, Milboro
ACCOMMODATION TRAlN.—Leaves Rich
mond at 6:1 OP. M.. daily except Sunday, and
arrives at Gordonsville at 8:45 P. M.
EASTWARD.
' Steamerleaves Cincinnati at 4 P. M. dally ex
cept Sunday, and arrives at liuut—gton au
A. M. next day, connecting Willi express traiu,
, EXPRESS TRAlN.—Leaves Huntington el
10A. M. daily except Sunday, nnd arrives at
J Richmond at 4:30 A. M. next day, connecting
, with Irakis going Souih and wilh .lames
I River Steamer for Norfolk. This train
, stops between While Sulphur and Richmond
only at Junction, Gordonsville, Charlottesville
. SUM—ton, (—shcii, Million,' and OrivfrigtoTi.
MAIL TRAlN.—).caics White Sulphur tn
6:56 A. M. daily except Su i days, connecting wilh
' W. C. Va. M. * (1 S. railroad ai OharlottesviUa
and Gordonsville, and arrives at Richmond at
6:00 P. M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAlN.—Loaves Gor
donsville at (!:60 A. M dally except Sundays con
necting at Gordonsville with W. C. Va M. 4
tl. S. R. 11, from Lynchburg and Southwest,
and arrives at Richmond 10:16 A. M.
Fur further Information inquire at Die com
pany's office, on Rroad near Seventeenth streer
A. H. PERRY,
General Superintendent
.Tabes F. Nrtheulai—,
General Ticket —tent my 7
SCHEDUL]^o¥"f-A_i'S.
RICHMOND,
. FRF.DE:RIO-BURG AND POTOMAC ROUT I
K icHBONn, Fbbii'bu a Potobac R. R. Co., j
Office of Giis'i, Ticket Si Funnier Aoent,
KICBMUXU, Juut!l«,l—'3. )
i UP DAY MAIL leaven liyrd-sheet Station
6:40 A. M.
i UP NIGHT MAIL leavo Rvn'-street Station
. 9:40 P. M. (except on Sundays.)
UP ACCOMMODATION leave. I>. oad-stw-ei
Station, at 6:00 p. SI. (except nn t.uuuavs.l
, DOWN DAY MAIL, iv rives at Byid'sl-el
, Station, at 1:08 P.M.
DOWN NIGHT MAIL, arrlvus at Byrd-street
Station, at 4:10 A. ill. (except nil iMondays.)
DOWN ACOOMMOD VTION TRAIN arrives
at Broad-street Station, at «::)7 A. M. (except on
Suudays.)
FREIGHT TRAINS leavo Broad-street
Station on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and
FRIDAYS, at 6:46 A. M., conneclingnt Qr_ntieu
with ihe Alexandria and Fredericksburg rail
way.
Returning anneal 111oad'-street Station in,
TUESDAYS, 'IHUI-J.'AYS aud SATUR
DAYS, at 4.40 P. M. ; "*V. ,J **»
«Uy order of the General Supci intendcut.
.1. Jt. GENTRY,
"■lB Gen'l Ticket and Freight Agent.
RICHMOND AND DA-V-LIIT r7r
OFFICE OF ENGINEER AND SUP'T. I
Richmond, Va., June 13,187.3. J
(GOING WEST.)
The Lynchburg and Danville Pasf eager Train
' daily (except Sunday) leaves Richmond at 9:4 6
a in., liutkevlllc at 1:M p. m. ; arrive at
Lynchburg at 4:40 p.m., arrive at Danville at
0:10 p. m.
Sunday Lynchburg Passenger Train leaves
Richmond at S:„ a. m. ; arrives at Burkeville at
11:2S a. m., Lynchburg 4:40 p. m.
Throngh Mail and Passenger Train leaves
Richmond daily at 1:0 ft p. m., leaves Danville
daily at 8:46 p. in ; arrives at Greensboro' daily
at ll:iu p. in.
(GOING EAST.)
The Lynchburg and Danville Passenger Train b
daily (except Sunday) leave Lynchburg at 8:15
a. m., leave Danville at 6:15 a. m.; Leave Burke
ville at ll:35 a m., arrive at Richmond at 2 26
p. m.
The Sunday Lynclilmrg Passenger Train
leaves Lj'nobbing ai 8:16 p. m , Burkeville at
1:10 p. m. ; arrives at Rich—ond 4:17 p. m.
I The ThronghMaU and Pasßcuger Traiu leaves
Greensboro' ilaily at 8:16 p. m, ienvas Danville
dally atu:i7p. in.; arrives at Richmond daily "
I at 6:36 a. in
The Through Mail aud Passenger Train going
I south connects at Greensboro' with trains on
I Norm Caiolina railroad for all points south
The Lynchburg Trains connect at Burkeville
with Train on Atlantic Mississippi and Ohio
railroad for all points srJuthwest and south
THROUGH TIOKETF toall points South and
Southwest can be procuied at the ticket ofllce in
Richmond, and of R. F. WALKER, Agent of A t
lantic, Mi—i—ippi and Ohio railroad, N— 131—
Main street, Richmond.
Papei s that havei iirrangemeuts to advertise
I the schedule of this cum pan y will please prim <
na above. T M. R. TALCOTT, i
lie Wrtl Engineer aud Superintendent.
RICH-DND,YORIT _UVER~AND
CHESAPEAKE R. R.
ItuHnosn, Yorb River Ann (Jhusapeakk 1
Railroad Compart, I
Ricbbo.M), Va., June 2,187.1. J
NOTICE.
T HEIGHT 1 RAINS over this route will bo run
us follows :
PASSENGER TRAIN daily ( Sunday ex
cepted), between KiiTnuoiid and West I\>int
.•living the depot at 2 p. M.
I's.-sungiis for li.i i landings and Rallimore
w '. l , l .„ l !'' nulu hnnuid ..n WEDNESDAYS and
SAIUI.DAis at i ~', i.ak P.'„., coniiectlng
willi steamer at. West Pi.ii.t iv mine evening
for Ilaltlmore, &i.
Fare to river lanilinp.- Irion
Tare tußultiinore ft no
FREIGHT TRAIN for through freight leaves
Richmond on Tuesdays, Wedne— lays Fridays
aud Sa.turda.y6 at 4 o'cloc— A. M.
LOCAL FREIGHT between Richmond and
/est Point, carried both ways, on Wednes
days and Sal unlays, leaving Richmond at 4
o'clock A. M.
WILLIAM N. HUAGG,
J. L.Taymr, Superiuto—taut.
Freight and Ticket Ageut, Kichmond.
, J» 2-tf
6004'
rpiiis IS TU UlV_ NOTIL'K—That on the
L IBtb day of September, a. d„ 1878, a war
rant iv bankruptcy has been issued out of the
District Court of the United States for the
Eastern Dis.rict of Virginia, against tlie
estate of .Taints M. l)|lb n, of Prince Edward
comity ;uid Stale of Virginia, who has been
uiljiulged a bankrupt on his own petition •
that ihe payment of any debts, and the
delivery of tuiy properly belonging to said bank
rupt, to him or for his use. ami the transfer of
airy property bj him, aru forbidden by law: that
nmeeiiug of the creditors of said bankrupt, to
pitave their debts and choose ono or mora as
siguees of his estate, will be held at a court of
biuikruptcy, to be holden at Peteisburg, befoie
J. L. Waluiman, estj., Register, outhe —thi—y
of September, a. d. 1873, at 111 o'clock a m.

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