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ELECTION-PAY :
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1873.
THE Ptritl.lt! SCHOOL SYSTEM.
The Dispatch of this morning seeks to
break the force of our article on the free
school law, and still asserts that without
the Conservative party we should have had
no such system in the state. Let us see
how plain a statement shall put The
Dispatch down, especially in respect to its
own candidates who are now seeking to
steal a little Republican thunder in order
to save them from utter rout and confusion
before the people.
The success of the free school system in
tho state, and its popularity among our
working while classes, has caused the Con
servative party materially to change the
tone of its opposition to it. This was to
be expected, and we have several times
taken occasion to notice this change, and
to warmly commend the more liberal
membecs of tho party for it. But we wero
not prepared for the mendacious attitude
they now take, in declaring themselves the
friends of the system, and tho actual
authors of it from the start. The genius
of lying can go no farther. It caps the
climax in this particular flight, and stands
a monument of mendacity more enduring
than brass.
Lot us see what Colonel Withers, the
Conservative candidato for,lieutenant-gov
ernor, said of this system not so long ago
that we need to jog his memory or that
of his Conservate friends in regard to his
utterances. Having a copy of tho consti
tution containing tho school law in his
hands, he said at Farmville and other
places in tho state : " You may strike out
the test-oath and disfranchising clause, and
tho county organization system, but you still
have that infamous jree school system lift,
which will, if adopted, force tho property
holders of the state to pay a regiment of
'she carpel-buggers' from
to educate tho children of non-property
holders." He then spit upon the constitu
tion, threw it down aud stumped it under
his feet. We havo tho authority of a
gentleman who both; saw and heard this,
and whose nuino can bo given if desired.
Mr. Raleigh T. Daniel, who now aspires
to tho position of law officer of the
commonwealth, was a member of the
lust legislature from this city, and while
quito as decided as his file-leader in his op
position to the school system lacked some
what Colonel Withers' theatrical demon
stration. During the legislative session of
last winter, Mr. Daniel, in discussing a
measure relating to free schools, said : "If
ever I have the power I will render tho
school feature of the constitution nugatory.
It shall never be carried out by any vote or
action of mine."
We arc not prepared to give the views of
(ieneral Kemper as publicly expressed on
this subject ; for, while there is no end to
his speaking, he is known to be constitu
tionally averse to appearing in print ; and
hence, what ho may have said at any par
ticu'ar time is not so easy of access just at
Ibis moment. But his general opposition
to the constitution, as submitted by the
Republican Convention framing it, is well
known, and the free school provision was
especially obnoxious fc him. But be this
as at may, without the Republican party
there would have been no freo schools in
the state, and this every man of intelligence
in V irginia well knows.
FEMALE, PTYAI.ISM IN VIKOIXIA.
We think our Conservative friends of
the male persuasion do the women of Vir
ginia great injustice In imagining that they
will turn their backs on all white men who
do not ''register and vote their ticket."
This is asking a little too much. The
surge of stormy passion does not heave
and boil enough to reach any such climax
of vindictive fury. It requires the en
venomed breast of a Medea to shower
down such sublime expressions of hate
upon offending male bipeds. At all events,
we have expressed too much admira
tion for tho women of the South—
placing them upon tho sublimest
pinnacle of heroic fortitude and virtue —
for them to clog onr aspiring wing
of praise in that- behalf, by any such treat,
nn nt as they are invoked to visit upon our
d -feiiseloss head. No, no ; that exalted
eminence, above and beyond the world, for
which the vaulting ambition of Arch
imedes once sighed in vain, is where we
have placed the heroic anil sell-sacrificing
women of tho South. To iniagino them
capable of turning round antl spitling upon
us from this supernal perch of theirs, is to
transform angels into furies, and the most
beautiful creatures of earth into hell-broth
hags of tho super-Shakespearean type.
Oh, let us continue to indulge our rev
erie, the paradise of our dreamy beatitude,
and imagine Virginia women perched on
the utmost summit of all that is beautiful,
lovely and good, rather than to regard '
them an dropping, with moulted |ilumc, to I
I lie hale and bitterness, the clang and jar I
ihe fever and fret of this political Babo), I
subjacent to their elysium, hut forever'!
Siparat* fom üby „ 10 boautjr md ]oye]
nes!», 110 grand,),,,. ana - pur ,ty 0 f tno f ßrna ) o
•""• ractcr. A Virginia lady spitting upon
'as! This would bo carrying female ptyal
ism to Iho extreme of superabundant se
_ cretion, and casting down Virginia (of in
imitable puiity of name) to tho very slums
of Newgate and its abominable vicinity.
i No, no ; let politics in Virginia take any
■ shape but this.
MR. 1! VISI.I l l h PROPERTY
Since the nomination of our ticket by
tho Lynchburg convention, our oponents
have been quite industrious in asserting
that our ticket did not represent the wealth,
intelligence, or respectability of the tax
payers. To this the Washington Union ro
torted, representing Mr. llamsdell as a
gentleman of great wealth. Indeed previ
ous to this time, The Dispatch, of this city,
bad fallen into the samo error, much to Iho
regret or Mr. llamsdell. lion. John
Goode, of Norfolk, recently represented at
Hicksford that Mr. R. owned only one aero
of land in Surrycounty. Ilence, perhaps
the necessity of this article.
The facts aro simply these : About five
years ago Mr. llamsdell and a party of
gentlemen camo to Virgininia and jointly
invested somo $300,000 in Surry county,
Norfolk and other places. The Surry
;_ Land Association was formed and he!d
. very largo estates.
Mr. Ramsdell entered into contract with
0 the Surry Land Company for a home
0 plantation of about 500 acres. Subse
t quently he paid his money and took a
j receipt. The Surry Land Company had
c purchased said estate at a bankrupt sale,
c but a trust deed had been previously
8 executed. Litigation ensued to compel the
0 trustee to join in the deed, and the whole
r matter has just been settled by eompro
n mise ; but Mr. R. has not yet received his
deed —the active canvass delaying the
n matter. On this property Mr. Ramsdell
r has built houses, and made improvements
. worth not less than $5,000. He has
0 divided his plantation into three farms,
0 and erected the necessary buildings for each.
a He has put them under excellent fence- ,
j Indeed we are told that his home farm, '
i "Sunny Side," is tho best fenced farm in
0 the county. He has built an academy
c and chapel costing $2,000. He pays texos
c like other men on his property. And now
,1 wo inquire what Conservative in Surry
g county has done so much for the material
0 interests of that county? Does Colonel
s Withers pay more taxes ? Has ho done
g as much in tho interest of material devel
opment t
While the statements ot tho assets of
several of the banking institutions which
t recently suspended payment show a surplus
a over liabilities, which with prudence on the
r part of tho managers and forbearanco on
the part of their creditors may save depos
itors from loss, it is painfully noticeable
that far too large a proportion of the funds
j entrusted to them for safe keeping, has
j been invested in speculative securities, thus
working a double evil in withdrawing cap
' ital from the legitimate field of banking
r business .discounting commercial paper, and I
throwing it into speculative enterprises, '
allured thereto by tho prospect of large
4 profits. This is wlrat cripples productive
r industry, stimulates expenditure and
depreciates sound business values, while
it inflates those of fancy stocks. No won
' der merchants and traders complain, that
■ money is scarce, when loans on pledges
of fancy stocks are preferred by bank
managers to discounts of business paper ;
and the worst of this sort or" mismanage
ment is that when an institution has once
passed the limit of safety, and loaded
itself with stock collaterals, its managers
. aro easily induced when the market
weakens to attempt to support it by fur
. ther advances upon similar stocks, in
stead of risking depression, and perhaps ,
small present loss, by calling in loans '
matlo upon like stock collaterals.
It is also noticeable, in some instances,
- that the accomodations granted to custom
ers has not been governed by even hon
j est caution, much less business prudence-
Immense loans to single firms are con
, trary to every, even tho more elementary
rules of sound banking. To a certain
t prudent limit the borrower is the servant
j of the lender, but that past, their positions
, are reversed, and the borrower demands
! support where he had formerly pleaded for
p help.
, The two errors in bank management,
, which we see developed bo fully in the
, published reports to which we alluded at
1 the commencement of this paragraph, have
been the root and branch of our late panic;
and old .iHsop warned against them when he
illustrated tho adage, "don't let go sub
stance to grasp shadow," and, "don't put
all your eggs in one basket."
The present lively condition of the
Bourbon party in this state reminds us of
an old story. Mr. Dennis O'Shaughnessy
had caught, it seems, a snapping turtle,
and, thinking to convert him into a nice bit
of an Irish stew, chopped off his head.
The next morning he took Mrs. O'Shnugh
nessy out to sco the " crathcr," and givo
her instructions about "souping" him up
for dinner, when, to tho utter astonishment
of Dennis, tho head was found snapping
away on tho ground as lively as ever.
" And sure and I thought," exclaimed
Mrs. O'Shaughncssy, "tho venomous insect
was dead." " And faix, and ho is," re
plied Dennis, " but then, you see, the
crathcr is not sinsible of it .'"
Apd it is a good deal so just now with
Virginia Bourbonism. Its head was lopped
off a year ago, and everybody thought
"thecrather wasdoad." But somehow, liko
Mr. O'Shaughnessy's snapping turtle, it is
"not sinsible of it." It is still snapping
away at Republicanism just as venomously
as ever, imposing the unpleasant duty upon
us of just crushing its head entirely out in
the course of tho present campaign.
Ths dead and decomposing Democracy will
fertilize and fructify the young and giowiug
granges, and great will be the party of the lv- I
tnre.—A'ttyutVar. >
Tin) Conservative parly of Virginia is
the political compost, then, upon which tho j
granges rely for developing their party i
strength in future. They had better stick j
to guano as more economical and less j
offensive fertilizer.
WHAT IIKIIIIA' OIIOVN THINKS
OF IIIKtIMI WOMEN.
The wktte women of Virginia, who are mime
dialely concerned in the success of the ("onsenrm
ttveparlv, should recognise no man who fails to
j vote, antl thsis preserve their soci il status — Sn-
Tbls, and some other pernicious advice i
touching tbe present canvass, li madl stanilin
small cap matter in the columns of The Enqu
rer. Wo aro sorry to see It. For some will
women of Virginia may be weak enoiiih to f,
j low such counsel, and make themselves very co
lotnptible by so doing— State Joit.n if, 7//1 I
Let//ie"jome white women of Virginia" mak
«. nole of this Radical scurrilous statement.—
Hth instant
Will any mortal man, inside or outsit
the editorial of Virginia, toll 1
where the "Radical scurrilous statement
comes in. If it ho scurrility in The En
quirer's estimation to say that some whi
women in the state may be weak enoug
to follow its advice, it must have a mor
questionable opinion of itself than that 1
which we had shared. The advice it'gives
is bad enough, but wo had no idea that
bordered on the scurrilous.
Oitu friend J. 11. Wartmann, of th
Rockingham Register, gels np an exce
lent newspaper, and, bating his politics,
one of tho most estimable journalists i
the state, as he is the oldest iv tho editoria
fraternity. For more than forty years h
has been connected with Tho Register, ant
Et of that time has served as its editor
lief. 110 is a ready and graceful wr
and always exhibits a streak or liber
towards hi* political oppononts
When anything very savage against us a
pears in Tho Register, it is safo to inf
that Wartmann is off attending a camp
meeting, or getting up another thousand
subscribers for his paper. He is the lar-
I gest hearted editor in tho state, and lacks
nothing in brain power to run a success
ful provincial journal.
The Dispatch occasionally drops a
nugget of gold in its editorials, which
half induces us to forgive it all its political
sins, though they weigh heavily upon its
shoulders, as many impartial readers mus
see.. Wo cntire'y agree with it in rcspec
to this admirable little nugget:
We canflot understand why a man totally unfi
to go to the legislature should want to go there
Were he to get thero he would, If be had an
conscience, be very miserable. He would keen
feel his incapacity, aud groan under a sense
his unwoi'thiiiesK and the base fraud he hat
practiced In palming himself upon the people a
ant represonln live and protector of the publ
Interests.

Tut issuo is simply white or black supremacy
Thero is no other question involved.— Enquire
Stick to it till you aro whipped out o
your boots on this narrow and contracte
issue. But don't fling it back upon us as
brat of our begetting.
WORTH AffD BEAUTY.
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Address,
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE,
Nowburg, Now York.
S. E. Shutes, Publisher. se 8
IROK MANUPACTURKKsi.
VABXETY"IB^~%OEKBr"
t ESTABLISHED Up,
RS D. BROWNE, MANUFAOTt'RER OF
IRON AND WIRE RAILING,
TIN(J, VERANDAHS. FIRE-PROOI
.VAULT DOORS,
WER VASES AND STANDS, SETTEES
Tether with every description of iron work
UILDING-and ORNAMENTAL purposes
9il« a»d 907 Babe Steeet
te T—dfcwly RICHMOND VA
REAL ESTATE All HINTS.
WILLIAM T. BAILEY,
REAL ESTATE ACF.NT AND AUOTTONEEi
rNo. 7 Elbvbbtb STBEiir. Bktwbek
Maib abd Baxk,
RICHMOND, VIROINIA.,
Has on hand for sale, Estates and Farms i
every section of Virginia; handsome Dwelling
and desirable Building Lots in this city and th
town of Manchester, and beautiful Lots in Jen
nings ville. my iii—dswhwiim
iinf.itiii tWTUMHN
6004
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District o
Virginia.
la the matter of Willi im R Gregg, bankrupt-
In bankruptcy.
At Petersburg, Va., this al day of October
1873.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a lietition has bee
presented to the Hon. John C. TTnderwood, Judet
of said District Court.Un bankruptcy, byjosep
Jorgenson, assignee of the estate of said bank
rupt, to sell the real estate belonging to -v.
bankrupt, free from all liens and encumbrancei
thereon.
This Is to give notice to all persons interested
that in the terms of said petition an order luu
been Issued by the Judge aforesaid, for all per
sons who may be interested iv said estate, to ap
pear before Register J. L. Waterman, at his of
nee in the said cftv of Petersburg, on the lstli
day of October, 187.1, at 10 o'clock a. m., and
show cause, if any you have, why such ordei
should not be gran ted
JOSEPH JORGENSON,
, (M3-F2W Assignee.
fi().)4
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for tho Eastern District 01
Virginia.
la the matler of James M. Dillon, a bank
rupt—in bankruptcy.
At Petersburg, Va., thih 2d dayof Octo'r, 187:1
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please take notice, that a petition has been
preseated to the Hon. John C. Underwood,
Judge of said District Court, in bankruptcy, by
Joseph Jorgenson, assignee or the estate ol
said bankrupt, to sell tho real estate belonging
lo said bankrupt, free from all liens and eiieuin
in—.in i'.n thereon.
This is to give notice to all persons inteiested,
that In the terms of said petition, an order hns
■ Issued by the Jndge aforesaid, for all per
who may be Interested in said estate, to ap
before Register J. L. Waterman, at his ollice
II the said city of Petersburg, ou the 13th day of
lotober, 1873, at 10 o'clock a. m, and show
•au-e, if any you have, why such order should
ml be granted. JOSEPH JOROENSON,
•c 3—F2w Assignee.
171011 SALE.—To make a quick sale, we-**
1 will sell for less than cost of Improve-Kl
nents alone, that first-class BKHJK RESI
DENCE No. 307 College street, near Menu
ii.-iii il church. The Dwelling contains seven
■ootna besides stole rooms, bath-room, and six
I convenient closets ; brick kitchen, four
; and other out-bonses ; gas throughout,
fitter upon premises; side alley and
cc to yard and dwelling; yard well
and has fruit trees, grape-vines, shrilb
iH! a wide aliev in the rear,
property Is very desirable on account of
nvenlence to bnsiness, being in five
■s' walk of post-oftloa.
RICK DWELLINo! six rooms ; large
aud adjoins southwest corner nf Canal
ilrd streets. This is as ileilrablßS local
J as can be found 111 the city.
To secure a bargain, apply at oni 0 lo
Real Estate Agent,
1115 Main street, opposite
I ISISINKBI AND I'KOFESMONAL CARDS.
STEAM BAKERY,
Twelfth Street, below Main. Branches: 5M
Broad, and 1524 Main Street.
WILLIAM ADOLPHUS,
BILL POSTER,
: Nos. 10 and 12 Law Bnlldlng.
GEORGE A. AINSLIE,
CARRIAGE II It I I. D E R
Tenth Street, between Main and Oary.
T. M. ALFRLEND ft SON,
IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE AUKNTB|
Also General Agents for Virginia of Buinn
Lite Ibsc_abo_ Compakt of New York.
No. IN. Tenth Street, (Shafer'B New Balldlng).
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Corner Main and Twelfth streets.
J. M. SUBLETT, PROPRIETOR,
, Late of the Spotswood.
CHARLES AMANN,
DEAI.BB IB
roYS.CONrECTIONERY AND CHINA WARE
713 Broad Street.
GEORGE W. ANDERSON ft SON,
CARPETS, PAPER HANGINGS, CURTAIN
GOODS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW
|__ SHADES, fee, 1806 Main Street.
W.J.ANDERSON,'
PLUNbBER, STEAM AND GAS FITTER.
AI.BO MABVFACTriBBa ABD DEALBB IB
STOVES, TINWARE, HOUSEFURNISHING
GOODS. Ac, 825 Main, and 805 Broad Street
J. BLAIR,
SUPERIOR MEDICINES,
BSS Brood Street.
J. H. BOSCHEN ft SON,
j MABDPACTDBBBB ABD DEALERS IB
HOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
I 509 Broad Street.
D. A. BROWN,«Jr.,
VUIUI.E AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY,
711 Brood Street.
I. D. BRIGGS,
BR EAD, CAKE, AND CRACKER, BAKBRY
_ 707 Main Street.
J. THOMPSON BROWN,
REAL ESTATE AGENT fc AUCTIONEER,
1115 Main Street, opposite Dispatch OflUa,
S. K. CAMPBELL & CO.,
U-11U1.L.4A1.8 AND RETAIL DEALERS IM
.OOKINO.GLASSES, t'HItO.IIIIS, I'HOTUO.
UK A I'll FRAMES, MOULDINGS, fee, fee.
Virginia flali; Ninth Street, Richmond, Va.
JAMES M. CARTER,
HOUSE, SIGN fc ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
No. 722 Maiu Street.
fieiliiigM and Walls Whitened or Colored at
I VERY MODERATE TERMS.
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE, Agent -
IUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York, lifts Main Street.
" COOK & LAUGHTON,
ICTIONEEKS fc (JOMM'N MERCHANTS,
Ciitiiei- Frauklln and Governor Streets.
W. L.' Cox 7
BRASS FOUNDER AND FINISHER,
ALSO MANtTFACTOUER OF THB CRLEBBATED
COX PLOW, OR FARMERS' FRIEND,
Corner Ninth ami Cary Streets.
' E. A. J. CLOPTON,
EAI. ESTATE AGENT AND AUCTIONEER
Eleventh between Main and Bank Streets
)HN H. CLAIBORNE & CO., Agents
ITAL Fire Insurance Compabt, of Loudon ; ,
PEEIAL FlIlB IBSCBANCB COMPABT, Of I.Ollil-Hl
Omice, 1108 Main Street.
jldsnry CRAFTON,
WALL PAPER, SHADES, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, fee..
No. 1 Ninth Street, three doors above Main.
Paper Hinging and Upholstering Done.
DAVENPORT ft CO.,
STOCK B It, OK E ill AND STOCK
AUCTIONEERS, Ollice over First National
Bank, 1104 Main Street.
Agents
IVEBPOOL, Lo.IDON ABD GI.OBE I.NSUUABCE Cos.,
like over First Nat'l Bank, 1104 Main Street.
D. DELARUE.
lIKST-CL AS- REST A BRAN T—FINE
LIHUOIIS, DELICACIES, fee.
o. 2S Uth Strain, opg. EXCHANGE HOTEL.
DOMESTIC" SEWING MACHINE
COMPANY,
Branch Office for Virginia and North Carolina,
021 Main Street. ....:
10. A. DUFFY'S
RESTAURANT,' AND DEALER IN
»1 rOR T E D CIGARS AND FINEST
LIO.UORB, ALES,-fcc. 1430 Main Street.
R.~ R. DUVAL,
I'IMII.ESAI.F AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
532 Main Street.
WM. A. EDWARDS,
WnOt.ESALB AND RETAIL DEALBB IB
BOOKS AND STATIONER* : • '
301 E. Broad Street.
8u G. FLOURNOT
BANCEACTTIEER OB
6 ASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, FRAMES,
MOULDINGS, FLOORING fee,
_. No. 1410 Cary Street.
J. D. GATEWOOD,
DEALBBIB
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERER,
810 Broad Street, botween Third and Four!
C. GENNET,
WATCHMAKER fc JEWELER,
OEAI.ER IN GOLD AND TIN FOIL,
P.I nil kind* of DENTISTS' MATERIALS,
lOH Main Street opposite Postofliee.
B. W. GLLLIS,
VI'EAM HOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
i. Ie .li.ußßAi, Building, 012 1-2 Main Stree
JOHN GIBSON^
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
•'•■ IS J. 15 7ili St., between Main fc 1 raoEiiß
E. M. GRANT ft CO.,
KAI.KII IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
002 Broad Street.
. _ ______.
ABRAHAM HARRIS,
( HI ICESSBR TO H. HABBI4 fc BBOTHEB, )
LOAN OFFICE,
t*.:tl Main street, between Fifteenth and
Seventeenth streets, lands Money on
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVERWARE, CLOTHING, DRY QOOD
GUNS and PISTOLS,
:intl all other personal property.
ml naimaction kept strictly contlilentlal.
B. HIE-NRICH, ~
» AIT.'HMAKER AND JEWELER,
»«>« Main Street, between Ninth and Tenth.
W. B. HERSMAN ft CO.,
I'BUPBIBTIiKB
i. srt'AM COFFEE fc SI'ICE MILLS,
■ nUVe rousted daily, aud Drugs, Spices, Beans,
I Ac , .-' u.ul for grocers, druggists and to
| i.: i. ..nisi". _ No. 010 North Cary Street.
J. N. HOEFLICH &C<L
AI.KNTS FOR FLORENCE AND
| ;.5. ijo.uk shuttle %%t.
SEWING MACHINES.
007 Broad fttreet. .
JOE V. HOBSON. M D.~
HOMEOPATIHST,
| Illllceaud Kesiileiice4ll Grace-st. cor. of (Ith.
™ T~T. ' S ff !"**
> A lIrKDI.BT. Dabibl S. McCabthi
GEORGE A. HUNDLET & CO.,
DEALERS IB
KROCEKIES, FINE LIQUORS, TEAS, fee
528 Broad Str_.«
MODEL CIGAR FACTORY.
WHITLOCK ft ABRAM,
MABDFACTDBEBS ABD DEALERS IB
CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, fee,
1445 Main Street. '
.
liiMM'>«l\ll PROFESSIONAL CARDS
JULIUS KRAKER,
DEALSE IB
MEN'S VOIITH'S AND CHILDREN'S
( I ollllNu, j.c, Ac, 1517 Main Street.
R. H. MAURY ft CO.,
HANKERS AND STOCK BROKERS,
No. 1014 Main Street. I
Mrs. M. J. MICHELBACHER,
HBAT.EB IX
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, STRAW
GOODS, RIBBONS, fee, fee., BOS Broad Street
Tabes M. Matthews. W. B. Matthews
Com. in Chancery. Notary Publit
MATTHEWS ft MATTHEWS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Goddln'e Hall, Eleventh and Bunk Streets.
~ "monticelxo house.
DAY BOARD, 81.35; WEEK, $.1.00.
1486 Main Street.
J. J. MONTAGUE,
maki-pactprbh OB
SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, MOULDINGS.
BRACKETS, fee, corner of 9th and Arch el's.
J. R. MOORE & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION .MERCHANTS
and Dealers In TOBACCO, WHEAT.IG'OUN,
FLOUR, and all kinds of Country Produce.
Particular attention paid to the sal.- of Eggs.
Butter, Fowls, Dried Fruits, fee. Conslgiiiniiiii
from tin) country respectfully solicited.
No. 18 Thirteenth Street. ■
McRAE ft CHRISTIAN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
lOIU Main Street, np stairs,
J. V. L. McCREERY,
dbii.se ib HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
: 719 Brood Street. j
h, Mccormick,
AUCTIONEER, Rooms 1414 Main Street.
J. B. MoKENNEY & CO.,
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
Mußball Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S SAVINGS
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
No. 10 N. 10thSt.,C.SPENCEK, CAST I HSR
DANIEL O'DONNELL, ~
ROUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER AND WAS
-FITTER,
818 Broad Street.
H. L. PELOUZE & CO.,
TYPE FOUNDERS, 1300—1208 Franklin St
J. W. RANDOLPH & ENGLISH,
BOOKSELLERS,STATIONERS, BOOK .BIN.
DERSfc BLANK BOOK MANUF'RS,
1818 Main Street, between lath and 14th.
RICHARDSON ft CO.,
raarailTOßß of CENTRAL MARKET,
Broad Street, between ;9th and 10th.'Will keei
constantly on hand all choice varieties of fr« si
MEATS, FOWLS, FRUITS, VEGETAUUES
MILK AND BUTTER.
'RICHMOND BANKING
ABB
INSURANCE COMPANY
1203 Main Street.
BANKING DEPARTMENT l
J. B. Davis, I'res'U MABBS.QoABiES,OasIitei
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT i
J. B. Davis, Pres't. Johb F. O. Fotts, Scc'j
■ — •
WM. IfoLT RICHABDSOB, W. F. ItICHAEDSOB,
WM. HOLT RICHARDSON & CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS.
No. 10 North Fonrte<mt.hJUreet,
C. C. SAIAMONE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALBB'IH
CIGARS, TOBACCO, fee, 803 Brottd Street
LEON SCHAAP'S
WHOLESALE ABD KETAII.
NEWS DEPOT, CIGAR ESTABLISHMENT
GENTS' GE VI. VARIETY STORB
1408 Main Street, near Fourteenth.
HERMANN SCHMIDT,
(SOCCESSOU TO SCHMIDT k M11.1.EK.)
IBFOBTBB oc FOREIGN GROCERIES,
tOQ and 803 Brood Street, Corner of Fifth.
C. L. SLEGEL~
dealer IB BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, fee.
■ , 417 Broad Street.
SMITH & McCURDEY,
DBALEBS 111
CROCKERY, GLASS-WARE AND IIOUSE
FURNISHINO GOODS, 421 Broad Street.
STARKE & RYLAND,
WHOLESALE ABD BETAII. DBALEBS IB
BOOKS AND STATIONERY, fee. BIS Mala St.
GEORGE B. STEEL,
DENTIST, 723 Main Street
SAMUEL SUTHERLAND,
DEALER IB SPORTSMAN'S UOODS,
1400 Main Street.
WM. H.;SUTHERLAND,
FINE CARRIAGES, 111IGGIES A IB l>
HORSES FOR HIRE, "
Stalbles Bth between Main and Franklin Atrfete.
WM. H. TATUBL
DEALER 1.1
OROCKHIKS, VI INKS, LIitUOKS, i. t ..
No. 514 Broad street.
ataßs7ltonLEY~
DRESS MAX I: it AN l>
BASUFACTUEER AND .-EAl'l X IB
IIOOI'hUIKTS, CORSETS fee, 005 Broad St.
F. PrTURNERT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices in the United Stales nnd Slate Courts
No. 4 floudiii Hall, Eleventh and Bank Streets
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER, PLATED
WAKE, dOLD, SILVER AND STEEL
SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES.
JOHN H. TYLER & CO.,
(successors ro MITCHELL k TTLBR),
No. 1107 Main Street.
Watch Repairing Executed In the Best Manner.
E. G. TYLERS
ICE-CREAM SALOON,
, 881 Broad Street.
GEORGE H. VALENI/SE7
AU('IIO.Mf.R,
tad agent for Dr. Radcli>ib'b Uriat ltenu-dr
"SEVEN SEALS OR UoLDEN WONDER,-
1806 Main Street. .
yTBGLNIA TEA AND 00FFEE~CO.
___ _ •*>">
OLD DOMINION STEAM COFFEE
AND SPICE MILLS,
Main Street, corner of Eighth.
Oof cc Roasted »jd Spices around for the Tradu.
JOHN G. WAYT ft SON;
DENTISTS, 104 Ninth Street.
WEED SEWING MACHINE COM
PANY'S AGENCY,
739 Main Street, corner Eighth.
E. G). Okabtili.b, Manager
D. K. WEISIGER,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER,
_ 1015 Mai" Street.
DAVID WILSON,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, 700 Main St.
C.L.MADWAY, GENERAL AGENT,
1001 Main Street.
H. T. WICKH AM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Courts of Hanover, Henrico, Olty of Richmond
State and Federal; 1001 Main street. '
ALBERT L. WESt7~
ARCHITECT, 1117 Main Street.
Also agent for Buckingham SlaU/ Quarries.
& P'RHAmT
DBAIiBBE in
BOOKS, STATIONERY fc PIANO FORTES
Uoukrßißdcry and Paper Bob Factory,
1205 Main Street.
Bimi-tr.s and professional CARDS. I
~ITIT~W^KINS,
DEALER IN EVERY KIND OF COAL,
COKE, AND WOOD.
Office 111 l Main, nnd Ninth nnd Cary streets. I
R. H, TALLEY, ~
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices iniheconrts of OhaTlos Cily, New (
Kent, Henrico, Chcsloifleld and in the cily of
Messrs. Holladat A White will be associated
with me in Richmond. Matters In Bankruptcy
and Collecting Claims attended to. Communi
cations addressed to Charles City C. H., or
I Richmond, Va.. will receive attention. np 14
LANCASTER & CO.,
BANKERS, STOCK AND EXCHANGE
BROKERS,
No. 111.1 Main Street.
THOMAS 8. ARMISTEAD~
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANOI! AOENT,
1400 Main street.
HOTEL*! AND HESTAIJRANTS.
13 AKD 15 I.AIOHT BtBEBT,
NEW YORK.
| This Houso, formerly known ns tho "New
York nygionic Institute," has boon thoroughly
renovated nnd improved in various ways during
tho past summer, and is now in hotter condition
than ever beforo for tho accommodation of our
hygienic friends, who wish to slop where they
can feel at home and get tho best kinds of food,
healthfully prepared.
Horse-cars pass near tho door to all parts of
the city, making it a very convenient stopping
place for perssns visiting New York, either
upon business or pleasure. Open at all hours,
day and night. Board by tho day or week, nt
P reliable rates. Rooms can bo secured iv mi
ce by writing. Address
WOOD A HOLIIROOK, Proprietors,
oc 0 Nos. 13 and IB Lalght stroct, N. "V
EUROPEAN HOTEL!
E. GEROT PaorBiETOB,
Nos. 013 Maib, and Oil Bask Streets.
j m Ricukohd, Va.
EVERYTHING NEW.
The ' House Furnished Throughout in Hand
some Style.
ROOMS PER DAY ! 81.00
Meals furnished at city pricon ; tho tables sup
plied with the best the markets atlbi'd.
US' SEE BILL OF FARE.
BU fl—ds«'„w3lll
Mrs. A. C. ALLEN,
FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE
No. 1326 F Steebt,
Nearly opposite Ebbltt House,
an 16—tf WASHINGTON, 11. II
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL,
(Late .Tebnkss Hocsr,)
.TAMES SYKES, PROPRIETOR,
Frobtinm Penbsvlvabia Avbnpb, betwbeb Tbib-
TEEBTH AND FlillllTKj:.v'l'll STREETS,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Thankful lo tbe public for generous patronage
In the past, the Proprietor asks his old friend?
and patrons to test the accommodations of bis
preseift establishment, which he promises shall
be found at least equal to the best in Washing
ton. fe I—tf
ST. JAMES HOTEL.
RE-OPENED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN,
CUBNEB PkNNSTI.I'ANLA AVENUE ABD SIXTn STA
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
This Hotel has been closed since AprU last
antl has, during the past summer, undergone the
most thorough renovation. It has boen re
furnished with elegant Walnut Marble-Top Fur
niture, Spring Beds, Velvet and Brussels Car
pete throughout.
The furniture and appointments have been
manufactured to order expressly for this House,
and aro equal in style and durability to any
European Hotel in the country. Tho rooms are
arranged en suite and single, and will be rented
from tl.oo to *5.u0 per day (Including private
parlors.)
A spacious Ladies' and Gentleman's Dlnlng-
Rootn, 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 Ihose desir
ing to remain by tho week or month.
WOODBURY _ DUREN,
no 27—3 m Pronrietont.
THE ORIGINAL
INSTALLMENT HOUSE,
1438 Maib Stbeet, Riobmond, Vihuinia.
I offer for sale the following goods for cash, o
by weekly or monthly payments. For cheap
ness, quality, and variety, second to none m the
market; for accommodation, surpassing any:
2,000 Lithograph and ftteel Engravings; Chro
mos, newest in the market; Oil Paintings;
Lookiug-Glasses, in great variety; Photograph
Frames, large assortment. Frames of all de
scriptions made at the shortest notice. A large
stock of Picture and Looking-Gl&ss 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 25 '73—3 m WILLIAM DAFFRON.
~
raEEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND
TRUST COMPANY,
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 18« J.
Tenth Steeet, between MArN and Babe:
Streets,
DEPOSITS OF FIVE CENTS AND UPWARDS
RECEIVED.
INTEREST COMPOUNDED TO JULY AND
JANUARY
lit the rate of six per cent, per annum.
„ !9ISP en u)ll| J r from 9A - M - to * !'■ M., and on
SATURDAYS from 9 A M. to 8 P. M
-,„ «_-« CHARLES SPENCER,
mhgo—tl Cashier.
= ~•'" . —
NO.
FOR NEW YORK.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP _<_*ffl_4.
C< >JMPANY. *elb-iil
The side-wheel steamships OLD DOMINION
WYANOKE, ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA, NI
A.GARA, ALBEMARLE, and HATTERAS,
leave New York for Norfolk, City Point, ami
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 have
elegant saloons, state-rooms, and bulh-roonu.
The' fare, accommodations, and attention are
unsurpassed.
Close connections matin with steamers for nil
Southern, Eastern, Western iin.l European
eived until (1 p. m. daily. ( v
ther information apply Co
E W. ALLEN _ CO., Agents,
Bee Company's Wharf, Kucketts.
iokub W. Allen,
tbb. apt—*f
STRICT COURT OF THE UN I
I.TES for tho Eastern District of
itter of Sloat _ Addlngton, vs. E.
Fisher Ii Son, bankrupts—ln bankruptcy.
It Richmond, on the 9th day of April, a t1.1h73.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
■ase lo take notice hereby, that a peti lion has
i, to wit: on the Pth day of April, 157.1, Mcd
said District Court by E. Fisher, of
tAylvanla co. in said district, who has been
tofore duly declared bankrupt under
let of Congress, entitled "An act to ostablli-h
iform system of bankruptcy thioughont the
,ed States," approved March 2, ls«7, for a
aarge and eerliilento thereof from all his
debts and other claims provable under said act,
and that the Bth day of Octolwr, 1873, nt 10
o'clock, a. m, before W. W. Forbes, ono of
the registers of said court in bankruptcy, at his
ollice iv Richmond, Va., in saitl district,'
is tbe time ami place assigned for the hearing of
the same, when and where you may attend and
show cause, if any yon have, why the prayer
of the said petitioner should not bo gran ted.
Yon aro also hereby notified, thai tbe second
mid thin! meetings of the creditors of the said
bankrupt wilt be held at the said timo and plnce.
Register in Bankruptcy for
RICHMOND AIeD DANVnjE R. R
OFFICE OF ENGINEER AND ST'P'T. I
Richmond. Va., Sept. 27,1873. J
After Hie 2Sth instant, trains on IHis road v, ill
run daily as follows :
(GOING WT:-T.)
NEW ORLEANS FXT'I I SS, (via Atlanta
and Rlclimdn! Air-l.'i.V: Leave Richmond
">:l 0 a. in., Dauvillo l„fu p in., Ureensboro 3:60
p. ro. ; arrive Alr-Liiie J notion 8:C0 p. m.,
Charlotte 8:1 r> p m.
THROUGH MAIL, (vi Columbia and Au
gusta): LeriTc Hichmontl I lift p. m, Danville
MS p. m , Giv asboro 11:3s p. in.; arrive Char
lotte 4:W> fl. m
LYNCHBURG PASSENGI It: Leave Rich •
mond!i4sa. m.; a-in- Iliuktvillc 12:45 p, m ,
Lynchburg 4:40 p. m.
(GOING EAST.)
NEW YORK EXPRESS, (via Atlanta and
Richmond Air-Line): Lo.ivo Charlotte 815 a.
111., Aii-Line Junction p::to a. m., Greensboro
12:45 p. m., liiinvillc 8:13 p. 111. j arrive at Rich
mond 10:27 p. in *
THROUGH MAIL, (via Columbia nnd Au
gusta) : Leave Charlotte 2 (10 p. m., Greensboro
S:li"i p. m , DanvilT) 11:17 p. m.; arrive Richmond
(tSoa.m.
LYNOHBUEG PASSENGER: Leave Lynch
burg s:l6a. m., Buikevillo 11:33 a.m. ; arrive at
2:30 p. m.
Tlio New York Express will stop for passen
gers only at the foTiowli g places between Rich
mond and Greensboro, viz : Ileitis ville, Dan
vil'e, Boston, Clover, Drake's Branch, Meheri in,
Burkevllle and Chnla
The New Orleans Express and the Through
Mail Trains, East and West, will stop at nil reg
ular stations, and also at Hag s nitons when
signalled.
THROUGH TICKET? sold to all points South
aim West, rind Baggage checked through.
T M. it. TALOOTT,
se 27-tf Engineer and-Superintendent.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC
RAILROAD.
After 10 p.m. SUNDAY, .Tnly 54, 1878, trains
will 11111 as follows :
NORTHWARD.
NORTHERN EXPRESS—Leave Richmond at
9:40 p. m.; arrive in Washington at 4:08 a. m.
Leave Washington at 4:03 o.m ; arrive nt Bal
timore at C:26 a. m.
CHICAGO EXPRESS—Leave Washington nt
7:62 p. m.: arrive at Baltimore at 9:25 p. m.
CINCINNATI EXPRESB_Le*ve Washing
ton at 6:33 ji. ni.; anive St Baltimore nt 7:i'f> p.
ACCOMMODATION—Leave Washington 1 :(M
p.m. and 3i38p.m.; arrive nt Ball tmore 2:6(1 and
8:311 p. m.
WESTERN EXI'RI>'S-Lenve Washington
10:38 a. m ; arrive at Baltimore l'_':lo p. ni.
MAlL—Leave Washington 6:63 a m.; arrive
at Baltimore 8:lo a. m.
TRAINS TO ,NEW YORK.
RICHMOND EXPRESS—Leave Richmond at
o:40a. m.; leave Washington 1:18 p. m. ; arrive
at New York at 9:10 p. 111.
FAST LlNE—Leave Richmond 9SO p. m. ;
leave Washington 7:5.1 a. nv; arrive New York
4:t:lii) m.
H(_~A11 the above trains, except Mail and Ae
oommotlalion, connect nt Baltimore with trains
on the Noithei-u Central Railway for the West
and Ninth. The Express Traiii leaves Rich
mond dully except Sunday.
SOUTHWARD.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS-Leave Baltimore
E:(!(l p. in ; arrive at Washington 10:4(1 p. m.
.cave Washington 11:00 p. m.; arrive at Rlch
nond 4:50 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION—Leave Ballimore 7:25
It, m.; nrrive at Washington 9:08 p.m. 1
PACIFIC EXPRESS—Leave Balllmore at
BIBS 11. in.; arrive nt Washington 5:33 p. m.
CINCINNATI EXPRISS—Leave Baltimore
1:2:"i p. m.; arrive at Wasliinglon 3:OS p. m.
WESTERN EXPRESS—Leave Ballimore 9:36
a. m.; arrive at Washington 11:08 a. in.
MAlL—Leave Baltimore 0:55 a. m ; arrive a!
Washington fc:3B a. m.
CHICAGO EXPRESS—Leave Baltimore at -
.'1:15 a. in. ; arrive at Washington *:MJ a, ro.
The Express Train arrives at Richmond daily,
except Sunday.
EDMUND L. DnBARRY, Snp't,
Ed. S. Yodmi, Washington, D. O.
General Passenger Agent,
nu !> Baltimore, Md.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILRGALt
On and after Sth May, 1873, the PASSENG ER
TRAINS will run as follows:
WESTWARD.
MAIL TRAIN.-Leavesßichmond 8:30 A. M
daily except .Sunday, connecting with W. U
Va. M. Si G. S. railroad at Gordonsville and
Charlottesville and arrives at White Sulpliu
Springs at 8:0,7 I. M.
EXPRESS TRAlN.—Leaves Richmond at
10 V. M., daily except Saturday, connecting
at Gordonsville with W. C. Vn. M. U G. S. R. R.
Ixains lor Lynchburg, nnd souihwesWand arrives
at Huntington at 6:20 )>. M. next day. Steamer
leaves Hu-tiiiglou on arrival of the train, and
arrives at. Cincinnati at 0 o'clock next morning.
ThU trail) stops between Kit hniuiiil and
White Sulphur only at Junction, Gordonsville,
Charlottesville, Staunton,, Goshen, Mllbbio
and Covington.
ACCUMMODATION TRAlN—Leaves Jlkb ,
mondat 5:10 P. M., daily except Sunday, arid
arrives at Gordonsville at 8:15 I. M.
EASTWARD.
Steamer leaves Olnciunatl at 4 1\ M dally ex
oept Sunday, and arrives at Huntington at*
A. M. next day, coiiuectiiig with expicss liahi.
EXPRESS TRAlN.—Leaves Huntington ut
10 A. M. dally except Sunday, und arrives at
Richmond at 4:30 A. M. next day, connecting
with trains going South nnd with James
Rivor Steamer for Norfolk, This train
stops between White sulphur and Richmond
only at Junction, Gordoiusville, Charlottesville,
Staunton, Goshen, Millboro' and Covington.
MAIL TRAlN.—Leaves White Sulphur p.l
0:66 A. M. daily except Sn 1 days, connecting wltli
W. O. Va. M. AGs. railroad at Charlottesville
and Gordousville,, and arrives at Richmond at
ACCOftiMODATION TRAlN.—Leaves Gor
donsville at 6:60 A. M. daily except Sundays con
necting at Gordonsville with W. ii. Va M. -
G. S. R. it. from, Lynchburg nnd Southwest,
I and arrives at Richmond 10:16 A. M.
For further information inquire at the com
pany's ottiee, on-Broad near Seventeenth street'
A. H. PERRY,
General Superintendent.
Jabes F. Nbtuebi.aed,
General Ticket Agent. my .l
SCHEDULE OP TRAINsT"
RICHMOND,
FREDERICKBURO AND POTOMAC ROUTE
BrciiMOßD, Feed's" & Potomac li. R Co )
Obeiub op Gen'i, Ticket h Pi.eight Aiiebt, I
i;n i.'in.vi.. June 10. JS73. )
UP DAY MAIL leaves Byril-street, Station
UP NIGHT MAIL leaves Byrtl-street Station
I 1U:_) P. M. (except on Sundays. I
UP ACCOMMODATION leaves Broad-street
Station, at (j:O0 P. 11. (except on Sundays.)
DOWN DAY MATT,, arrives at Byrd'slreet
Station, at 1:08 P. M.
DOWN NIGHT MAIL, arrives at Byrd-street
station, at 4:40 A.M. (except on Mondays.) _~ a
DOWN AOOOMMODvTION TRAIN arrives
at Broad-street Station, at BiHT A. M. (except nu
Sundays.)
FREIGHT TRAINS leave Broad-street
Station on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, ami
FRIDAYS, at 0:46 A. M., connecting at tlutiutioo
I with the Alexandria und Fredericksburg rail
Returning, arriie at Broail>street Station on
TUESDAYS, 'IHUHWDAys i utul SATUR
DAYS, at 4.40 P. M.
By order of the General Suiieiinlendent. -,u,v,
i J. B. GENTRY,
I fe 18 (Ten'l Ticket nnd Freight Agent.
RICHMOND, YORK RIVER AND
CHESAPEAKE R. R
RIIIBMOBP, YOB_ RIVEB ABD C'IIESArEAKE )
, Railroad Compabt. {
Ricbmoel, Va., June 2,1«73. 1
NOTICE.
6i and after this dale the PASSENGER and
FREIGHT TRAINS overt hi* route will be rim
PASSENGER TRAIN daily (Sunday ex
lejiii-d), between Richmoml nnd West, Point,*"
I leailng lire depot al2 F.JVt. . ....
Passengers for river landings and Baltimore
will,leave Hh limniid nu WEDNESDAYS and
SATURDAYS at 2 o'clock I>. AT., coiiiiec'tlßg
Willi stoainor at West Poi'i! 011 :anie sveimig
f„« to B'n!arnolV.!!!?.!;V!V"VV"'!"lV I V*tt'Jo'
FHEIGHT TRAIN lor through freight leave.
Richmond on Tuesdays, Wednesdays Fridays,
and Saturdays at 4 o'clock A.M.'
Li l( !AL VHEIGHT between Richmond and
Wast Point, carried both wuys, on Wednes-
I days and Saturdays, leinlng Richmoriil at 4
WILLIAM N. BIIAIKT,
J. L. TATLIIE, Slipelillleuilelil.
Preight nnd Ticket Atfent, Richifloiul.
qilllS IS TO GIVE NOTICE—That en the
JL anh day of Sept., 1873 a warrant hi bank
ruptcy was issued out of ihe District Oout.' of
1 '..• ifnlted States for the Eastern District 3 r
Va., iigaltast the estate of Robert S. Gleml
of Nottoway county and State of Tlrß
ginia, who has been ad|udged a bankrupt on
liib own petition: That the payment of any
deblH, and the rteliverj- of any property beldiig
fng lb said bankrupt, to him or for hie use
and the transfer or any property by him, la
I forbidden by law : That a meeting of the crotti
[ tors of said banki-opt; to prove their debts, anil
(THwse one or more assignees of his estate, 1 I V
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, lo be
In ■ hi. 11 at Petersburg, Va , before J. E. Water-
I ' ,Jl.,' , , ,11 iota u,iy 01 iKlonei,
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