•Alf.V SEMI -WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
Ni, »I 4 I-a YlMin Street, Richmond. V»
I I.IUIS I
DAILY—O6 per year; six month?, M i three
moirli-, ttl.no : one month, SO cents.
YiKMI-w'KKKLY-*3.110 per year; six
month* #1.3.11 three months, 75 cents.
WEEKLY—•I.SO per year i six months, 75
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ROOMS REPUBLICAN EX. COM., J
RiciiHOMi, Va , September S3. >
HON. HORACE MAYNARD, of Tennessee,
with OOLONEL R. W. HUGHES and others,
will eddress the people at the following times
RICHMOND October »»!_, at night.
STAUNTON, October 27 th, at night.
ABINODON, November 3rd. day.
BRISTOL, November Srd, at night.
HON. JOHN W. JENKINS will address
Repnbllcan meetings as follows:
Goochland Courthouse, October 29th.
Stafford Courthouse, November 1.
Spottsylvania Courthouse, November :i.
Fredericksburg, at night.
Oaplain A. J. Terry will adilress Ihe Republi
cans ol Charlotte county as follows :
Aspenw&ll, October 30, at 13 m.
Harvey's Btore, November 1,12 m.
R. D. Deckley, esq., by ieqnest, will speak in
Fanqnier county, at the following times and
At Bealelon, Thursday. October 80.
Salem, Friday, October 31.
Markham, Saturday, November 1.
The Hon. W. H. H. Stowell, Captain Wm. L.
Fernald, Hon. George w. Oraham and Hon. J.
P. Brady, will address Republican meetings a*
Wellvlllc, Nottoway Co., Thursday Oct. .in. at
The following appointments are announced for
R. W. Hughes, Republican candidate for gover
nor, and of L. H. Chandler, Repnbllcan canvass
er at large, attended by others t
Patrick and Henry as may be appointed.
Hon. O. P. Ramsdell will epeak at Montross,
Westmoreland county, on Monday, October 27th.
Hon. .1. R. Popham will speak at King Wil
iam Courthouse, on Monday, October 27th.
Hon. J. B. Sener, will address the people ol
i lie First Congressional District as follows:
Westmoreland Courthouse, Monday, October
Appointments of the Hon. George W. Graham,
of Nottoway connty, who will address tho peo
ple of the Fonrth District as follows :
Lawrencevllle, Brunswick county, Monday,
October 27 th.
Nottoway Courthouse, Saturday, November
Powhatan Courthouse, Monday, November .Id.
Hon. James B. Sener will address Republican
meetings as follows :
Stafford Courthouse, Saturday, November 1.
Spotsylvania Courthouse, Monday, Nov. 3.
Fredericksburg at night.
Per order commit tee,
Jiibn R. PcirßAM, Chairman.
a in is E.WESTS.
vraoiNiA opera house.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2iith,
ANI) EVERY NIonT DURING THE WEEK.
WYMAN, THE WIZ.VRD ANI) VENTRILO
QUIST, with now FBATS or MAOIC.
First appearance in Richmond of the Wonder
fill Automaton ZOUAVE DRUMMER, made in
Paris expressly for Professor Wjmnn, at a cost
DISTRIBUTION OF PRESENTS nt the close
ot each performance, consisting of (told nnd
Silver Watches, Table Hots, Family Bibles,
Mirrors, Silver-plated Ware, and hundreds of
other useful gifts.
A PRKBEMT TOEVBRY PITRI'HAHKR OF A TICKET!
NO BLANKS I I
Admission, 26 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock ;
to commence at 8.
Matinee on SATURDAY at 3 o'clock.
RIOH'I) FREDERICKS'O AND POTOMACI
RAILROAD COMPANY, 1
< IFFICE OF GENERAL TICKET AGENT, |
RicBMOBn, October 23, 1873. J
Visitors from the lino of this rood to Miclgid
Virginia State Agricultural Fair nt Hioh __t
mond, Va , can secure RETURN TRANSPORT
ATION FREE by taking from tho agent where
Ihe ticket to Richmond is purchased a certificate,
nnd having such eertificite stamped at the Fair
Ry order of the General Superintendent.
J. B. GENTRY,
oc 23—4t General Ticket Agent.
TO LEI.-A LARUE, Mll-H
DERN-BUILT HOUSE. Gas and wator in __.
ihe house, with good stable Accommodations,
situated on Adams, between Leigh and Clay
street*. Apply to
selg—lf GRURBS A WILLIAMS.
llW'.lll I I 'UK HI STEAMSHIPS
KOH NEW YORK. __j_!_
THE OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COM
PANY'S elegant r.leamshtp RICHMOND.
Capt. Lawbbbi'R, will sail on SUNDAY, Onto
her 2(1, at 8 o'clock a m.
Freight received until Saturday night.
On and after November 1, ships will leave
Norfolk at 4 o'c ock p. m during the winter.
Through bills of lading signed, and goods for
warded with dispatch to all points—north, south
east and west. Close connections made with Ca
nard line for foreign porta.
Passenger ucc-ommodaiions unsurpassed.
Fare »]» CO
Steerage 6 00
Round Trip Tickets 20 00
For freight or passage, apply to
GEO W. ALLEN St CO.,
oc 26—11 Company's Wharf. Bocketta.
THE SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.
RAFFLE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Widows and Orphans of the Southenr
UISTBIBPTIPB No. 608. Eyebibq. Oct. 24.
39 81 80 13 111 40 211 73 41 3 88 33
DuTBIBHTIQB No. 607. MUBBIBII. Oct. 28.
00 6ft 20 21 48 lit) IK 32 67 ,1 1)8 70
Witness my hand, at Richmond, Va., this 2tth
Jay of October, 1873.
SIMMONS* CO., 11. Q.TOMPKINS,
OEKTIFIUATKS OF RAFFLE can be pur
chased from Captain W I. DABNEY, at the
Hin uc li office. No » Twelfth street, three doois
lr 118 Main
IN THF. DISTRICT HUURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District tf
In the matter of Kyran A. Murphy, bankrupt
At Richmond, this 04th aay of October, 187?.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has been, to wit: on the 24th day of October,
a. d , 1873, filed In said District Court, by K. A.
Murphy, of Richmond city, Virginia, In said
district, who has been heretofore duly declared
bankrupt under the act of Congress entitled
"An Act _ establish a uniform system of bank
ruptcy throughout the United States," approveed
March Jd, 1887, for a dlschaige and certificate
thereof from all his debts and other claims
provable under said act, and that the 7th day
of November, r. d , 1873, ot, lo o'clock a. _~
before W. W. Forbeß, one of the registers ol
said court lv bankruptcy, at his ofilce In Rich
good in sold district, Is the time and place
signed fcr the hearing of the some, when
and where you may attend and show cause, 11
any you have, why the prayer of the sahl poti
Hon should not be granted.
You are also hereby notified, that the second
aud third meetings of the creditors of the sale
bankrupt will be held at the same time am
place. W. W. FORBES,
Register In Bankruptcy
oc •_—S2w for the 3d Cong'l Diet, of Va.
IN THE DLSTRIOT COURT OF THE UNI
STATES for the Eastern District of Tit
Iv the matter of Benj N. Robinson, a bank
At Richmond, Va., this Ist day of Oct., 167!
To Whom it May Concern—The undersigned
B. Stark, of King William co. Va, hereby give
notice of ills appointment as assignee of th
esuite of B. N. Robinson, of New Kent count
lv said district, and who was, on the 30th day c
June. o. d , 1873, adjudged a bankrupt upo
his own petition by the District Oonrt of th
United States for said district.
Dated at Rchmond, Ocl 1, a. d., 1873.
oc 14—To3w Assignee
<_wnm<j £ tat* fautm
ON SALE AT
JOHNSTON'S MUSIC AND NEWS
STORE, 918 MAIN STREET.
LEON SCIIAAP'S, 1402 MAIN STREET
WYATT * CO.'S MUSIC EMPORIUM,
817 BROAD STREET.
NEWS STAND FORD'S HOTEL,
" WTHE FUNDING BILL CAME DIRECT
FR6M THE HANDS OF THE GOVERNOR,
WHO WAS THE AUTHOR OF IT. THE
PLAN WAS NO NEW ONE; FOR TWO
YEARS BEFORE HIS ELECTION, GOVER
NOR WALKER HAD DRAWN A SIMILAR
ONE FOR THE CITY OF NORFOLK."—
Speech o' Raleigh T. Daniel in Ihe. House of Dele-
Kates, December, 1871.
IMPORTANT INQUIRY—DOES GEN
ERAL JOSEPH R. ANDERSON FAVOR
CONVICT LABOR ?
If ho docs not, why did he take the ■
contract for making kegs for the Tredegar
works from a white mechanic in this city,
who had employed about fifteen men and
boys, and give it to the penitentiary,
which institution still" continues lo fill the
—The Lynchburg Fair is said to be a '
—The "city council of Gordonsville has i
passed an ordinance forbiding horses to '
run at large in the streets. |
- -The mountains in Virginia have lately (
been covered with snow, and the editors in
the interior are calling loudly for wood. 1
—Two old and well known citizens of '
Augusta, Colonel Franklin McCue, aged i
seventy-eight, and Mr. John Shuey, aged
seventy-three, died this week. .
—They are going to have a dog show at |
the Mecklenburg county fair this fall, at
which premiums will be awarded for the
best fox-hounds, Betters, pointers and pups j
of any breed. I
—An application to President Grant for I
commutation of the death sentence of ,
the colored man Young, the murderer of ,
Hahn, the Virginia drover in Washington,
has failed and he will be hanged. '
—Btverly R. Johnston, esq., one of
the oldest and most eminent lawyers in i
the state, died in Fincaatle, suddenly l_t .
night, of gouty affection of the stomach
and heart. His age was 70 year.-).
—There was snow at Warm Spiings eight
inches deep on Tuesday, and on the same '
day snow fell from morning till noon at the
White Sulphur. There was also snow at |
Alleghany station on the Chesapeake and ,
—A son of the late notorious Jeff Ran
dall, who was hung near Port Republic, by '
Judge Lynch, some years ago, has been
manifesting some of his father's symptoms,
and makes early promise of passing from
earth in the same unenviable manner.
—Tbe Gordonsville Gazette says:
"On the Bloomingdale farm in this county,
formerly owned by Judge P. P. Barbour,
but now the property of Mr. Edward
Nalle, of New Orleans, on about twelve
acres of land were produced two hundred
and forty barrels of corn, an average of
twenty barrels to the acre."
—Mrs. Ramsay, residing near Deer
field, in Augusta county, arrived at
Waynesboro' depot on Tuesday evening
last. Mr. James Paul, her relative, was
in waiting to take her in his buggy to his
house, some four miles in the country.
They were some three or four miles
from the depot in cheerful conversation,
when Mrs. Ramsey's head sunk for
ward, without any symptom of pain, it
was found her spirit had tied, and she was
a lifeless corpse. She was widow of Wm.
Ramsay, esq., some years ago high sheriff
of Augusta county.
—About 12 o'clock oa the night of the
23d instant, a fire broke out at Charlotte
Courthouse, in the Btore of Daniels <fc
Tucker, destroying the holding and entire
stock. Two other vacant buildings were
also destroyed. Tucker <jb Daniels has
just gotten in their fall stock to the amount
of $0,000. Total loss on stock about
$12,000; partly insured. N. E. Flournoy
loses some goods damaged by water.
The citizens turned out, and by hard work
saved the store of Eggleston '& Thornton.
It is supposed (hat the store of U. & T.
was first robbed and then fired.
There was an extensive gathering of the
people of this county on the 23d inst., it
being court day. James Barbour, of Cui
peper. addressed the people in behalf of
Kemper, Withers and Daniel. Only a few
people went to the court-house to hear Bar
bour. He spoke about an hour, and in
dulged in the usual misrepiesentations of
Colonel Hughes and the Republican party.
There was no enthusiasm manifested dur
ing the entire meeting. The speeches of
Colonel Hughes and Chandler here last
court day wrought such a change that the
Conservatives tremble for old Madison.
Madison will astonish Kemper & Co. by the
vote she gives the Republican ticket on
A gathering of Conservatives took place
at Locust Grove, in this county, on the 18th
inst. The county canvassers, and also Dr.
David Pannell, candidate for the house of
delegates, were present. The Conserva
tives had prepared themselves for a grand
glorification, but the programme was sadly
, marred by the appearance on the ground of
r Captain George Pannell. Republican candi
| date for the house, who proceeded at tbe
i request of the people to give an able expo
' sition of Republican principles and faith,
exceedingly acceptable to friend and foe
l alike, judging from the cheers that greeted
[ him. In this little forensic mill a number
of votes were gained for the Republican
side. The people present condemned the
efforts of the Conservative leaders to gag
' Oaptain P., and admired his pluck when
;. he would be heard.
- New Kent County.
Summit station, in this county, was
honored yesterday with the presence of
»• Colonel Withers, Judge B. W. Lacy and
5; B. F. Bland, the latter candidate for the
,'c state senate from that- district, who pro
y ceeded to waste several hours haranguing
j( a crowd of about sixty persons, two
le thirds neighborhood loafers and non-voter?
When the York River railroad train passu
Summit, the crowd did not appear to bi
at all enthused by the spirit of the ocasior
The Republicans of tho city ot Rich
mond will meet to-night at the Custom
house, on Bank street, to have a good, jolly,
glorious old time. They will he addressed
by Hon. Horace F. Maynard, of Ten
nessee, Colonel Robert W. Hughes,
and General Williams C. Wickham.
These names of themselves would be suf
ficient to draw to their presence all
who hold true Republican princi
ples, as well as many of our oppo
nents who are honest, fair-minded, and
unprejudiced, to hear the truths of the
present exciting political campaign vividly
presented, fairly expounded, and argumen
tativcly discussed. But in addition, there
will be a grand procession headed by the
Hughes and Ramsdell Flambeau Club and
Professor Kessnich's band, the trees in the
Capitol square and Bank street trimmed
with Chinese lanterns, and a mammoth
balloon sent up just before the speaking
commences, at 7J o'clock.
Everybody, of whatever nat : onality.
color, dignity, sex, or polities is re
spectfully and earnestly invited to be pre
sent. Bring your wives, sweethearts i
mothers and sisters, and be assured that
no act of any kind will be suffered that
will in the least mar the harmony and good
feeling that we are sure will pervade the
Republicans! rise in your might and
make the enemy tremble to-night when
they behold the precursor of their utter
overthrow on the 4th of November.
Irish Republican Club, Atten
tion!— Meet at the Hughes and Rams
dell club-rooms promptly this evening at
The Hughes and Ramsdell club
meet at their club-room promptly this
evening at 6.3 o'clock. Every member must
A Friendly Inundation.—About
four hundred and fifty Friends from Indiana,
consisting of men, women and children,
arrived in this city early this morning by rail
from Washington en route for New Garden,
near Greensboro', N. C, where on the 31st
they will attend their yearly meeting.
Their manners are simple and unaffected;
they are a plainly dressed, honest looking
set of people, the men being in homespun,
with broad brimmed hats and wide coat
skirts; the women in plain but neat dress
es, with hod-shaped bonnets, and many of
them bearing chubby-faced children in their
arms. They appear to mind their own
business, so much so as to be almost clan
nish, keeping to themselves, although
polite and respectful when addressed,
fhey are from various parts of
the state of Indiana. These "yearly
meetings" of the Friends correspond to
the church conferences of other denomi
nations, when all their church affairs are
discussed, all being on an equality, with no
delegates, and no particular preference
shown to one individual more than anotner.
The excursion is under the management of
Friend Addison Coffin, a jolly large man,
and who seems well calcuLtid to cairy it
through successfully, being constantly on
the alert to tho wants of all. Round trip
tickets have been obtained from Indianapo
lis good for one year. The meeting will
continue in session about one week.
The James River and Kanawha
Canal.—The Journal of Industry
contains a communication signed "Hen
rico," relative to the above subject. Its
production is induced by the ''vigorous
effort to engage the Federal government, at
tho next session of Congress, in the work
of completing the James River and
'Kanawha canal,'' evidences of which our
readers have lately witnessed here in
Richmond and which "Henrico totally
objects to. He entertains a most exalted
opinion of the value of the canal to
Virginia and the United States, and thinks
that on the proper representation the
latter would finish the work and still leave
it in the possession of Virginia. The canal
has cost the state ten millions of dollars
and is a yearly drain on its resources.
Mr. John M. Daniel, late editor of The
Examiner, was in favor of letting the
water out of the canal and laying down
therein a double raHroad track.
The Dunlap Case.—A Columbus,
Ohio, paper says: "Captain Keeler has
received a letter from Alfred Shiftlett, of
Staunton, Vrginia, with whom Robert Dun
lap boarded at the time of his arrest, ask
ing for information as to the murderer of
James Carpenter. The tone of the letter
indicates that Dunlap's behavior while in
Staunton created a good impression with
his landlord."— Vindicator.
[Dunlap is the party arrested in Staun
ton not long ago by Detective Jack
1 Sentence Suspended.—-The gov
ernor to day suspended until November
' 10th, tho sentence of Wesley Binum,
! cwvlcted in Brunswick county, and sent tc
" prison for one year for manslaughter. HU
5 pardon was asked for by all the jury ami
" many respectable citizens.
i Acquitted.—Patrick McMahon hai
c been tried before Henrico circuit court foi
, ~r„,,,i and ac, niit t|.(l
Religious Services To-Morrow.—
The usual religious services will be held in
all of the city churches to-morrow except
the following special appointments:
Grace Church (Episcopal).—Rev. F. M.
Baker at 11 a. m. Night services at 8
o'clock instead of in tho afternoon, as
Trinity Methodist.—Services by the pas
tor at 11 a. m., and 7J p. m. Subject at
night: "Gold for Sale/
Clay-Street Methodist.—Services at 11
a. m. —funeral sermon of Mrs. Mary
IT. Turner. Services at night at 7 J
Third Presbyterian.—Rev. S. J. Bainl,
I). D., at 11 a. in., andTJ p.m. Church
meeting (postponed from last week) imme
diately after tne morning services.
Four-Mile-Creek Baptist.—Rev. \V. R.
Gitt, of Montgomery county, at 11 a. m.
Sunday, and meeting next week. (
City Almshouse.—Rev. J. S. Blemierat
10 a. tn. in German. ,
Seventh-Street Christian.—Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7| p. m. by Rev. Joseph
/. Tyler. Subject in the morning: "The '
Church and the Children."
Friends.—William Green, of Ireland,
and Benjamin Fulgum and wife, if :
Indiana, will hold a meeting for worship at
the Friends' meeting-house, on Clay street
above First, at 11 a. m. i
Harvietown. —Preaching by Rev. Mr.
Lindsay at 11 a. m. Prayer-meeting at ,
3. p. m. i
United States Court-Room.—Rev. A.
R. Miller will preach at 11 a. m. I
The Exhibition of the Virginia ;
State Agricultural Society.-The !
fairs of the state will reach their climax on
Tuesday, the 28th inst., when our metropo
lis throws open its Fair Grounds and invites
the state to enter. Thoroughbred horses
which have taken the premiums and won
the races at the several county fairs will be '
there for the state palm. Tho short horns j
wearning the b'ue ribbon from other, por
tions of the state will be there. The best j
farmers, most successful graziers and horse
men, most enthusiastic agriculturist and ,
skillful machinist will be there—indeed
representative men of every calling. Col
onel Leigh, secretary of the society, with a ■
score of clerks, was busy to-day in listing ,
the entries for tbe exhibition. Judging I
from present appearances, tbe ensuing Fair
will compare favorably with any that have
preceded it. To-day was the last entry
Medical Society of Virginia.— :
The fourth annual session of this organiza- '
tion wilt convene in Christ church lecture
room, Norfolk, on Tuesday night, Novem
ber llth. The executive committee is
seeking to effect arrangements with tho
several lines of travel in the state for the
usual reduction of faro on such occasions,
and many favorable responses have been
received. The society numbers about 300
Change of Voting Places.—The
Second precinct in Marshall ward has
changed from its former place, corner
Twenty-fifth and Broad streets, to the new
Conservative club-house, corner Twenty
eighth and Franklin.
Tho Fourth precinct of Madison ward
has been changed from Eighth, between
Main and Cary, to 907J Main street, oppo
site State Journal building.
The Druggists number of gentle- ,
men engaged in the drug trade in this city
convened last night, for the purpose of
making arrangements for the formation of
a pharmaceutical association. A commit
tee of three was appointed to draft a con
stitution, by-laws, and code of ethics for the
proposed association. Adjourned to meet
Personal.—Hon. Horace F. Maynard,
of, Tennessee, has arrived in the city, and
is tho guest of M. F. Pleasants, esq.
Colonel Ro. VV. Hughes, is stopping at the
Hon C. P. Ramsdell, who was expected
to deliver an address to-night nt the grand
mass meeting, was compelled to leave tho
city to-day to fill an appointment in the
The Druids. —The grand treasurer of
the Grand Grove, U. A. O. D., state of
Viirginia, has received from Stonewall
Grove No. 0, its contributions, and for
warded the same to the Memphis sufferers.
He also urges the committees from other
groves to turn their collections over to
him as early as possible.
Brothers and Sisters op Char
ity.—Thomas R. Johnson, colored,
deputy grand worthy superior of Peters
burg and Richmond city, has installed in
the former city, the officers of the Door of
Virtue Tabernacle, No. 80, of the General
Grand Accepted Order of Brothers nnd
Sisters of Charity.
Rev. Dit. Munsey denies the report
that he was "a reeling, profane, ragged,
friendless, moneyless drunkard." He says:
" I have moderately good clothes, not
much money, plenty of friends, don't know
how to swear," &c, and "the whole thing
is a malignant falsehood."
Meeting in Norfolk.—A Republican
mass meeting will be held at Norfolk on
Monday next, and addressed by Hon. F.
A. Sawyer, assistant secretary of the trea
sury, and Colonel John W. Jenkins. This
will be a splendid meeting.
Fugitive from Justice Sur
rendered.—James Brown, who is
charged by the governor of Ohio with em
bezzlement in Montgomery county in that
state, was to be delivered up by warrant
of Governor Walker.
Tobacco Export Tax Case.—Yes
terday in the case of J. B. Pace vs. Rush
Burgess, Judge Bond signed the bills of
exception and the case goes to the
United States supreme court, on appeal by
P * ce - ,
Half Fare Tickets.—Parties living
■ on the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio
railroad, who desire to attend the State Fair
next week, can get tickets for half the usual
Manchester. —The denizens of this
thriving town, propose to have the houses
1 numbered, and apply to the postmaster
general for a letter carrier.
Cotton. —Three hundred bales of
cotton arrived here yesterday from
Georgia, en route for New York.
r Register.—The whole duty of man
i torday is to have his name registered, if it
> has not already been recorded.
1 Late in the Day.—A number of per
sous propose to meet on Oregon Hill to
night to form a Kemper club.
r Theatre.—Roße and Harry Watkins
occupy the Theatre next week.
Pardoned.—The Governor to-daj
pardoned Allen T. Mitchell, sent to jail foi
six months from Patrick county, for pro'
ducing abortion. Prisoner's time wouli
have been out on the 10th of November.
Marine. — Tho German barkentine
" Republik," Captain Becker, cleared al
the Ciistom-hou.su tc-day for Uio de Janeiro
with a cargo shipped bj' Ilaxall, Crenshaw
Wyman.—iVyman's show at the Vir
ginia Opera-house is crowded every night.
The ELECTION for governor of Virginia
will come off ten days from to-day.
Colonel O. T. Beard, of this city,
will speak in Staunton Monday night.
Syracuse lodge, No. 6, Knights of
Pythias, havo sent $100 to tho Memphis
The LECTURES of Dr. William 11.
Taylor, on chemistry before tho Richmond
High school, are already very popular with
Mr. Frank Riyers, of the Virginia
Opera-house, is busily engaged in mak
ing arrangements for the opening on the ild
of next month.
The CITY COUNCIL meets Monday
afternoon at 5 o'clock in regular semi
monthly session. The subject of appointing
an inspector of buildings will doubtless be
The Republicans of this city will
have a grand rally to-night on Bank
street, in front of the Custom-house, when
speeches will be delivered by Hon. Horace
Maynard, Colonel R. W. Hughes, (ieneral
\V. Q, Wickliam, and others.
There seems to be no doubt that stam
mering may be permanently cured : for no
one who has read the certificates from
Governor Caldwell, of North Carolina, and
many others from different parts of the Uni
ted States, can longer remain incredulous.
Besides, Dr. Moses has been ti stammerer
himself over forty years, and well known
to the citizens of Virginia. So we advise
all afflicted with stammering to call at the
Exchango hotel and be cured. He can do
it. Tho Doctor will remain in the city until
the 20th of November. *
APPERSON.—At the residence of tier mother,
on Clay, between First and Second streets, this
morning at n o'clock, MARY C, aged seven
years and four months, daughter of Mrs.'R. A.
and the late K. W. Apper9on.
The funeral will take place from St.. Mark's
Episcopal church, corner First anil Olny itreets,
SUNDAY EVENING at _H o'clock.
LATHAM.—At the residence of her husband,
R. G. Latham, in Manchester, at s o'clock a. m.
on the 24th, of a congestive chill, ELIZABETH
A. LATHAM, in tho thirty-ninth year of her
The funornl will take plnoo nt the Manchester
Baptist church, TO-MORROW EVENiNU at 3
o'clock. The friends of the family and memj
hers of Manchester Council No. 102, Friends of
Temperance, are in.'itoit to attend without tur
ther notice. #
WATER MAN.-At. Yoiktown, ou the 12 li
instant, MARY ELIZABETH, wife Of .1, L.
Richmond piper please copy.
The following' Distinguished Speak
era will address the People :
HON. HORACE MAYNARD,
COL. R. W. HUGHES,
HON. C. P. RAMSDELL,
GEN. W. C. WICKHAM
And other Eminent Speakers will
RALLY! VOTERS!! RALLY !!
j_____■ llri>. Ex. Coin.
New York, October 25—Noon.—
Stocks lower. Gold 108 J. Money 7
gold. Exchange, long Gj ; short BJ. Gov
ernments strong. States quiet; nothing
Convicted or Hnrdcr
New York. October 25.—Last soring a
family named Shaw, of Washington county,
in this state, were taken suddenly ill, and
poison was suspected. The mother and
several of the children died, and one of the
latter who recovered i.s almost an idiot.
The evidence was strong against the hus
band and father, and ho was arrested. His
trial ended yesterday in a vcrdietot murder
in the first degree.
New York. October 25.—Rev. John R.
Spaulding, now rector of Erie, Pa., has
been elected Bishop of Colorado, Wyoming
and New Mexico, vice Kishop Randall,
New York, October 25.—Arrived,
Abyssinia, Columbia, Leo. Arrived out,
Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars
in silver bars co to Europe to-day.
S tits have begun against tho New Jersiy
Southern railroad. They owe Prosper P.
Shaw $00,(100, and Jay Gould $600,000.
Gould claims to own the majority of the
stock and bonds of the road.
TIIE YELLOW FEVER.
Au Almost I,iioimlalcil City—-1.000
Newly-Miwle Widows nnd Or|iliiuiH In
_<?mphl* ll,.iii'li'.'-iiilinu Appenl Tor
St. Louis, October 25.—Citizens of
Memphis refngeeing here held a meeting
last night and appointed fourteen com
mittees to solicit aid. The appeal for aid
"Memphis is almost depopulated. Out
of 65,000 inhabitants only about 10,000
remain. Of these more than 1,000 are
now sick. 2,000 newly-made widows and
orphans are dependent on charity, aud
even though the scourge were to cease at
once, these helpless people must be as
sisted during the coming winter The
relief associations arc without funds, and
unless substantial aid is furnished, the poor
and sick must die of neglect or succumb to
hunger and want. Not only money, but
clothing, blankets, food and fuel are asked
for, that the hundreds of plague-stricken
and destitute families may be nourished and
kept trom starvation."
Siirevevort, October 25.—Three yel
low fever deaths occurred yesterday.
Arrest of n l-m sit hid Tor I'olsoniiif;
Waynesboro', October 25.—Consider
able excitement has prevailed here the past
few days, owing to the sudden death of
Mrs. Dr. Hess, of Q.uiucy, a small village
near here. Her death took place last Mon
day morning, the supposition being that it
was from the effects of poison administered
by her husband, Dr. Hess, of Quin
cy, who was arrested on the affi
davit of the deceased lady's sister, but
gave bail in the sum of $5,000 to await
further developments. The stomach of
deceased has been sent to a chemist, to be
analyzed. A coroner's jury has been in
session during the day, but verdict not yet
lendered. Tne position occupied by this
family has naturally caused much excite
PITTSBURG, October 25.—Ex Post
master Stewart has been indicted for per
jury and forgery.
New Steamship Line.
San Francisco, October 25.—The
ship Three Brothers takes out 4,300 boahe'l
It is reported that in view of the fact
that a British line of steamers will com
mence to run between Australia and this
port in a few weeks, the American lino
over the same route will not be reopened.
Chicago, October 25.—The national
banks here aro paying silver at par.
Captain C. W. Ford, connected with the
United States Express Co., at St. Louis,
died of bilious pneumonia,
Washington, October 25.—Dr. M. F.
Bonzono has been appointed surveyor
general of Louisiana vice Foster, and John
Cockrum receiver of the New Orleans na
tional banking association.
Unionville, October 25.—Delaney St.
Munn's paper mill has been burned. Loss,
Omaha, October 25.—Four inchts of
snow bus fallen. No train detentions.
Paris, October 25.—Count De Cham
ford gives assurances that his policy will
not be aggressive. He will not attempt the
restoration of the Pope's temporal power,
Bishop Doupaulonp directs his cures to
pray for the restoration of the monarchy.
Bazaine's trial has been postponed on
account of the marshal's illness.
London, October 25.—Sir Samue
Baker, recently returned from Africa, ii
seriously ill with inflammation of the lungs
The bark Bristol Banner has been sunl
: by collision, and eigl.l lives lost.
Seventy-five thousand pounds in specii
' sailed for .New York to-day.
lonian Demons!ration In Dublin.
Dublin, October 25.—Preparations ar
being made for a colossal demonstration i:
this city on the 23d of next month in favo
of amnesty for Fenian prisoners. I_
; mense excursion parties from variou
sections of Ireland, and even from th
r United States are expected.
RATKN OF UIIII.IIMM.
ONE DOLLAR per sqnarj of eight Hues
I lolid nonpareil.
SPECIAL RATE 3 made at conn termor
I contract with regular patrons.
Madrid, October 25.—The Cartagenian
insurgents have resolved to arm the mer
chant vessels captured by them.
Captain Jack's Gun,—Tho gun
which the defunct Modoc chieftain, Cap
tain Jack, fired during the late unpleasant
ness between him and the government, is
now in the office occupied by Geneial
Davis as his headquarters. It shows the
effect of hard service and apparently often
came in contact with hard rocks, for it is
scratched in every part, scarcely a spot an
eight of an inch in extent being untouched.
It is one of the old muzzle-luading rifles
of the paltern of 1803. The lock-plate
contains the following inscription: "U. S.
Colt'sPt. &F. A. MfK.Oo., Harford, Conn.,
1863." It ii rather an unwiedlv weapon,
and i 3 very long— about four and a half
feet. Tho barrel alone is forty inches in
length. It has three sights, one being
f marked for a hundred yards, another for
throe, and the third for live hundred yards.
The sling is mado of a piece of leather,
which was apparently broken in the center,
for at that point it is kept together by two
copper rivets, and it is fastened in the
bands by pieces of buckskin. The upper
band is made of tin, and is fastened to tho
ock with four small headless nails. This
ccc of mechanism is apparently the
work of the hero of the lava beds, nnd it
shows that he prided himself on how
neatly it. was done.— Portland (0.) llulle
*_f" ANYTHING YOU WANT—
From a Needle to nn Anchor, from a German
Sto a Penny Whistle, manufactured or raw
ial, foreign or domestic production—that
1 bought in New York city can lie obtained
cheapness nnd dispatch through ISBON
RDICT.GENERAL PURCHASING AGENT,
sale, PASSAGE TICKETS TO AND FROM
IPE BT THE WHITE STAR LINE, the
it and finest steamships afloat, and carry
he Unitod Hates mail between Liverpool
ewYorh. ISBON BENEDICT,
12-lw Agent for Virginia.
ALL SIZESToiTvvTNDOW GLASS,
OSENE OIL, WHITE LEAD, LINSEED
SPIRITS TITRPENTINE, Ac, wholesale
all. L. WAGNEII, Druggist,
no 13—tf Sixth and Broad streets.
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT, 1414 MAIN STREET.
On consignment, a large and desirable stock
ol FURNITURE, (.'ROCKERY, GLASSWARE
HRV GOODS, BATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, CLOTH
I would respectfully calllhe attention of tin
citizens of Richmond nnd public generally, to
this large and varied stock of tho above named
goods, embracing as it does nearly every article
to be found in a well-stocked house. The most
of these goods have been purchased since the
great financial crisis, at greatly reduced prices,
which enables mo to offer to the trade and con
sumers, at private sale, greater inducements
than can be found clscwhero in the city.
AUCTION SALES DAILY.
Consignments solicited. Out-door sales
promptly attended to.
oc4 Auctioneer and Com. Merchant.
•©-RED FIRE, GREEN FIRE, AND
BLUE FIRE prepared and sold by
L. WAGNER, Druggist,
toe 13—tf Sixth nnd Broad streets.
»&~ SPOTS WOOD COAIT'YARLwi"
have renewed my lease ou the Spotswood Coal
Yard, and am now ready to receive orders for
winter supplies of FUEL.
ANTHRACITE COAL for grates, stoves and
WINTERPOCK, CUMBERLAND and MID
LOTHIAN COAL ;
West Virginia SPLINT COAL;
SOFT COKE for stoves and ranges ;
OAK and I'INE WOOD, long, sawed and split,
(kindling). W. S. PILCHER.
iy 23—3 m
VV. 11. Pebkins. E. M. Cardozo.
8®" PERKINS cV CARDOZO,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION
Liberal ndvauces made on consignments.
*Jf Special attention paid to the sale of To
bacco. Grain and Flour. au 21—tf
*_r CHURCH COMMITTEES TAKE
NOTICE.—OAS FIXTURES and CHANDE
LIERS, BEBRONZED and REPAIRED—made
to look as good as new—by
ap ft—am 818 Broad Street.
AND STAR MILLS PAPER.
L. WAGNER, Druggist,
oc 13—tf Sixth and Broad street-.
a_r geomT_~wTjones, ~~~~
OFFICE No. 711, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND
EiailTll, FRANKLIN STREET.
Has fresh liquid gas for PAINLESS EX
TRACTION of teeth. Having best materials,
ample facilities and 26 years experience, is pre
pared to gently and thoroughly Fill, Cleanse,
Regulate and Extract the natural teeth and
inssrt artificial ones on any material desired.
All work warranted. mvl —tim
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
TED STATES for the Eastern District of Vir
In the matter of Peter B. Barnes, bankrupt
At Richmond, on the nth day of Ocl., a d., 1873.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Please to take notice hereby, that a petition
has boon, to-wit: on the nth day of Oct, a. d.
1573. Illed in said District Court, by Peter B.
Barnes, of Richmond city in said district, who
has been heretofore duly declared bankrupt un
der the act of Congress entitled "An Act in
establish a Uniform System of Bankruptcy
throughout the United States," approved March
2d, 1807. for v discharge and certificate thereof
from all this debts and other claims provable
under said act, and that ihe Bth day of Nov'ber,
a. d. 1873, at 10 o'clock a. ill., befote W. W.
Forbes, one of the registers of said court lv bank
ruptcy, at his office in Richmond in said district,
s the time and place assigned for the hearing of
the same, when and where you may attend and
show cause, If any you have, why the prayer of
the said petition should not be granted.
You are al;o hereby notified, that the stcoud
and third meetings of the creditors of the
ss id bankrupt will be held at the same time and
place. W. W. FORBES,
Register In Bankruptcy for the
OC22—W2W BdOong'l Dist of Va.
TN THK DISTRDT COURT OF THE UNI.
_ TED STATES for tbe Eislern District of
In the matter of R. D. llogan, a bank
At Richmond, Va., this 6th day of Oct'r, 1873.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
The undersigned, E. M. ci.iineit, of Rich
mond city, and State of Virginia, hereby give..
notice of his appointment as nsslfuu of ihe
estate of R. D. liogan, of the county of Ches
terfield in eald district, and who was town,
on the 16th day of Aug., a. d., 1873, adjudged a
bankrupt upon his own petition by the
District Court of the United States, lor said
Dated Richmond, the eth day of Oct., a. d.,
187 S. E, M. UARNEIT.
oc 14—TuSw Assignee.
vc ii—Awn m —_.
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