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RICHMOND, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10. 1867. THE dispatch. TjY COWARDjN & ELLYSON. : !)a!LY DISPATCH la delivered to tab f -t kt *irTS?>? oRjfTn per week, payable to th? -,pr v*?kly. Mailed atftper annum; fl.lOfo* "n. t'l*: "v- montl1 tc>T * ahorter period. TUa S8?l WBBKtjT DISPATCH M p?r U; or fS.60 for Mx month#, - VTBSKLY DISPATCH at $i per annum. Amusements. , A, KSON P A KK.?S WEK PSTAKES . KOR Abb H0R8BS- - ? ,VTY DOLLARS E.V I'NfV-THK PROP RIB- * - a OF THK T if * i* tr -v.. . _ . -y DOLLARS.?Mile beat*, b??t thm la flv?, or harness Bnfrle* to close at Jackton ? uc.n WEDNESDAY ?t I o'clock with 1 K THOMAS COOHLAJT. sco to come off or* THURSDA Y tbe 12th of Pe >or. de 1Q-Jt? GRAND CONCERT S* of the RICHMOND ORCHESTRA ai the RICHMOND THKaTRE. TUESDAY, Dkcrmbrr 10, 186". PROGRAMME. rAHT I. i rertnre?La Muette De Portice......... Aubcr. Orchestra. Pnei-cUr'.on^t and bassoon oblignto Messrs. Frank and Krauts. < Solo- piano. Thalberg. J. Relnhardt. 4 Trio ? Beslger. Thtlow, KoMulch, and Relnhardt. i r,>: Ponrrl?Martha Flotow. Orchestra. PAST II. Overture ? ? Kallwoda. Orchestra. - golo-for clarionet. Baerman. ? Trio.; Resiger. Messrs Thilow, kessnlch, and Relnhardt. ! l>r.et?flnt* and clarionet Clinton. Messrs. Frank and Siegel. ? Cavstlna-Nabucco Verdi. orchestra. ;tr.,iTf of en ?.t 7 o'clock. Commencement of the cfTi at * o'clock P. M. "levels. FIFTY CENTS ; to be had at the Musical v\fa?rt,e. Gebhardt's music store,and the prlrcl ? . i-lokftore*. do 9_2t* [ A PIES' FESTIVAL.?The ladies of I j ;he First Baptist chnrch Invite the congrego . ?:. ! All their friends to the lecture-room of rhnr-h daring the afternoons and evenings of a v->ek couim-ncing Monday. December ?tb. ? annals and delicacies will be famished for r ffvhment of ihelr visitors. Useful and ry s-;lcle? will be exhibited for sale > i.:;l-s, lotturies, chances, or anything incon ? ' ? with Ohristian principle. de 7?lw Meetings. ?rHF GRAND ANNUAL CSNVOCA^ J -!UN of the GRAND ROYAL ASCH^vwm * PTSR ANCIENT. FREE, AND ( aPTED MabONK will bo held In the^fik* ? - HhII in this city on THUKS-^s^^ ; i 1* ?li<3 12:li in?tant at 6 o'clock P. M. Hy ord?rof th? M. \Vr. H. P. 10? JOHN DOVE, Grand Secretary. THK GRAND ANNUAL ASSENT I BLY o* the (iJUND ENCAMPMENT I'P VIRGINIA will be held in the Ma ins' Hall in this city on THORaDAY the .'2th instant at 12 o'clock M. Hy order of lh? M. E. G. C. 'o lo?3t JOHB DOVK, j:rand Secretary. ' 4HKSaPEAKE AND OHIO RAIL V UOAD.?The members of the Executive Com "i>o of thlb city appointed to acton the subject ? the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad are notified meet at the BaMard House on TUESDAY the : h Instant, af 5 P. M. A full meeting and punc : i! attendance is earnestly requested, as business i: importance will be considered. E. FONTAINE, President Virginia Central Rriilroad Company. JaMES LYONS, Chairman of Committee. committer : Hon. James Lyons, P. C. Tardy, "x i -n?ral J. R. Anderson, Colonel J.'O. Shields, ' iomas K. Price, D. 1. Burr, W W. Crump, C. C. Ellett. illiam Taylor, Dr. James B. McCaw, m*s M. Talbott, ThomajrD. Uuarles, ? isc Davenport, Jr., John Parcell, M. L^e, John Dooley, V: hard O. Haskins, Mnjor T. W. Doswell, hn Knders, Wi.llaai G. Paine, hn Priddy, W. N. Bell, ? ? l^nel H O. Cabell, Thomas J. Evans, ? a. Cotrardin, Moses MilIhiser, Wellington 'Joddin, George W. Smith. 1 I'bert H. StyII, Robert A. Lancaster, Thomas R. Branch, Colonel T. P. August, ?fph Broinm??l, Robert ".dmond, 1'. H Aylet;. GoorRe K. Crutchfleld, i?r. K. T. Coleinm, Thomas C. Epps, William B. Jones, B. Hansel, J..hn F. Tanner, James H. Grant, />. Y. Stokws, R. H. Maury, Abraham Warwick, H. W. Fry, Ueneral J. I>. Imboden, John McDonald, C. C. Tinfloy. A.J. Ford, TLoihrs W. McCance, Vincent Bargamln, R. II. Meade. William W.Tlmberlake, H. K. C. ktJrvUl, "WMUiixxu J. . hn H. Kn?wl*s, ? E S. Turpin, T tin in as D. Dudley, Elijah Baker, St?phen iiason, ' J. H. Sharman, an W Wright, C. Maurice Smith, ; i-on Tait, E. A.J. Clopton, ?;fr^d Moses. John JU. HiKglns, John P. Ballard, John D Harvey, i, Carrlngion, W D. Coleman, ? B Sp^nce, Lewis Wagner, William Ira Smith, Charles J. Sinton. [de Q?at] rptlR MONTHLY MEETING OF i tb* Young Men's Christian Association will I - held in the lecture-ro^m of Dr. Hoge's church . TUK^DiY EVENING. December 10th, at 7J }' M when Dr. R. A. LEWIS will deliver a lec o'n '1 HE ATMOSPHERE, illustrated with ex 5 riinents. de 9?2t Tlf ASONIC NOTICE.?The members V'l of RICHMONP LODGE, No. 10, and Q A KiCHMOND RiNDOLPH LODGE. No. 19, rn hereby summoned to convene at the, ^ s , Miso^ic Hall, on Franklin street between I 1 irbteenth and Nineteenth, on TUESDAY the - : in instant, at 10 o'clock A. M., to participate in ???r??moDibs of laying the corner-store of the -v Masonic Hall to be erected at the corner of Main aud Third street*. , !L1 4 ! Brethren will conform as nearly as possible to the dross prescribed in the Masonic Text?Book? ] viz., blactc coats, pants, and liata, and white . aprons ami gloves. .... , , Entered apprentices and -fellow-crafts of said Lodges will meet at the hall on Marshall street etween Sixth and Seventh at the same hour. GEO KG E JACOBS. Master No. 10. de y-?t JITLIUS A. HoBSON, Master No. 19. | 1\,TA80N1C NOTICE.?1The mem- e* ! JVl burs of St. John's Lodge, No. 38 ? Dove^Qr ; I odge, No. 51 ; and Logo Frsncaise, No 63, / V \ ) . r? hereby summoned to convene at the Masonic j J.nil on Kranklln street between Eighteenth and . Mnewentb, TUESDAY the 10th instant, at 10. . clock A.M. to participate in the ceremonies of j .ying the corner-stbne of the new Masonic Hall] II be erected at the corner of Main and Third j ttreeu. brothren will conform as near as possible to the i cress pjescribed in the Masonic Text Book?viz.. I t:s.ck cuat, pants, and hats, white aprons and , E'.t< red apprentices and fellow-crafts of said Lodges will meet at the hall on Marshall street Lotneen feixtli and Seventh at the same hour. JAMES EVANS, Master No. 36 ; J >SBPH HALL, Master No. 51 ; "WILLIAM LOVENaTEIN, Master No. 58. de 7?3t MAS'>NJO NOTICE.?The members of JOPPa LODGE, D. D., are hereby ? Kimraoned to convene at the hall of Ms-Vy 'J HOP(?L)TaN LOUGE, No 11, on MHrehall/^\ ? rreet between Sixth and Seventh, on TUESDAY next, the 10'h instant, at 10 o'clock A. M , to part'cirat? in the ceremonies of laying the c rti-r-stone of the new Masonic ball to be,erected it the corner of Main and Third streets under the kqspices of Metropolitan Lodge, No. 11, and Joppa .Lodge, U. D. ,,, The brethren will conform as near as possible to the dress prescribed in the Masonic Text Book? v j , black coat, pan's, and hats, with white aprons and gloves. * Kntered apprentices and fellow-crafts wiU as* tetnbie at the same time arid place. By order of the Worshipful Master. d>j 7?3t WILLIAM J. KID DICK, Secretary. "\T.4SWI0 NOTICF.?The members -U M METROPOLITAN LODGE, No. 11, *.r? hereby summoned to convene at their "<*11. on Marshall street between Sixth and N vet th. TUhSD A.Y NEXT, the loth instant, ht lo o'clock A. M., to participate in the ceremo iiles of laving the corner-stone of the nowMa J^"ic Hall to be erected at the corner of Main and -'uird htreet", under the auspices of Joppa Lodge, ID, and Metropolitan Lodge, No. li. The Brethren will conform us near an possible to tl'e dree* prescribed in the Masonic Text Book ? *1'., blaca coats, pants, and hats, with white tjirons arid glores. Entered apprentices and fellow-crafts will as semble at the baroe time and place. Ly r>'d?r of the Worshipful Master. -le 7-at S. B. Jacobs, Secretary. Kichmo.vd Encampmb.nt, 5io. 2, Knights Templar, Kichmo>i>, December 3, 1867. ( VRDER8 No. 6?The officers and com ' * panions of this Commandery are I )"T?-f?y ?utnT3on<?d to afsemble on TOES- | ^i ttio leth in?tant, at MasoriB* Hall, on f r?'klln street b etween Eighteenth and X X j -<.ne:eeD?h. at 10J o'clock A. M.,ln fallx X uniform and dre?s, with sword *nd laace, to act as ; fcfccort to the M. W. Grand Lodge of Virginia on ! ine occasion of layiDg the corner-stone of the i'auf nic Hall to be erected at the corner of Main and T.'ilrrf HWeets. ? * | -No Sir Kriigut will be admitted in the ranks who K not attired in a full suit of black cloth, with lit it'tie cap &nd white srlovt>s. AU tr*nhit-nt Sir Knights in good Btandln?are Jraternally invited to unite with ub. by ordt<r Al. K. E H. GlLfc. G C. W'ILHaM L. MaULB, Captain-General. James A. itinnicK, Kecorder. de <1?St pLTJG TOBACCO MACHINERY.? ' Tb? attention of manufacturers is solicited to most approved machinery now In use, which oB?r?d for salfi at a bargain, and is as good as jrew?ijaynig been in umj bnt a short time?con usting in part of Hydraulic Presses. Pomps, Ke Irou Tracks and Trucks for the same. Iron > inlnb?rs' frames, Press Blocks, Iron and Wooden ^ S':k?-ra. Jrou Shuets. and everything complete for manufacturing at! kinds of plug tobacco to the ex lent of j.oto pounds per day. Also, one Ryme's ?*'ent Plug Machine. Apply to C. H. LILIE3 THal, 221 W'aahliigton street. New York Any l-artlbh d??irou? of manufacturing North can pur iba-e the above and buy or rent the factory, which l? in complete order for Immediate u??. uo i>?ztawlja A ! Special Notices? KT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS AT JULIUS BYCLE'8, ?lt Main stmt, batween Rlnth and Tenth. 2fot withstanding the fact that there are houses In this city who make their boante of selling DRY QOOD8 CHEAPBR than any one elee, I desire to Inform the citiiens of Richmond and Virginia that I can compete with any and all of them, and really sell many articled cheaper. We are now offering the following bargains : Mousse lainea, latest designs, at 20?.; Colored Alpacas at 30 and 40c., worth 4C and 60c.; Black Alpaca, very good, at 40c.; The finest French Merinos, all colors, for 90c.; The finest Empress Cloth at 87?c. ; Beautiful Poplins at 25c. ; Calicoes at SJ, 10,12$, and 14c. for very good ; Bleached and Brown Cottons from 10c. np ; Yard-wide Bleached Cotton at 12ic., worth 18c. ; 10.4 Bleached and Brown Sheeting at 40c. ; "Whlt6 Flannel at 25c , worth 37Jc. All-wool Casslmerea at $l, worth $1.50 ; Satinets at' 50 , 60, and 70c.; Black Broadcloth for cloaks at $2, worth $3 ; Black Facques, latest styles, at $5, worth $7; at $7 worth $10; Great bargains in Shawls of all kinds ; Good Balmorals at $1.50; White Blankets at $4.50 ; Colored Blankets from $2.75 a pair np ; White and Colored Cornets at $1, worth $1.25; and many other articles too numerous to mention.. All I ask is a call, as I am confident that I can give entire satisfaction. JULIU8 SYCLE, 913 Main street, between JSLnth and Tenth, j Closed SATURDAYS. The following gentlemen are with me, and I would be plowed to see and servo their numerous friends and acquaintances: Rttbr G. Care, Gborok Swabacher, Jonab Weinberg, Georob P. BAOBr. and J. ADOLrHrs Frknch. ? ? de 7?ts JtS~ SEE U0N MAIDEN, BEAUTEOUS FAIR, Flinging back the sun's bright beam From her soft and lustrous balr, As If It were a golden stream? Or, brighter still, an angel's gleam Had settled in and nestled there ! Sub uses ?? WOOD'S CA8TALIAN CREAM." Sold by all druggists. Fifty cento por bottle, de 8?2w 8?- CHEAP COMFORT IK BEAUTIFUL BLANKBTS AT TRADE PALACE PRICES, 429?BROAD STREET?429. de 6 HOUSEKEEPERS IN WANT OF BILVER-PLATBD SPOOFS OR FORKS should go to THE DOLLAR STORE and supply themselves for one dollar, de 5?lw 80T THE OLD FLAG STILL WAVES AND LEVY BROTHERS continue to offer GREAT BARGAINS to the pub lic. The facilities they have for purchasing their Goods ana the Immense business mat tnw? doing enable them to sell cheaper than any other house in the city. It should be borne in mind that this establishment continues to carry on a business established nearly FIFTY YEARS AGO, and have always had the reputation of 8ELLING CHEAP. They offer to-day Bleached and Unbleached Cottons at 8}, 10, 1?J, and 15c. ; Calicoes at S?, 10, and 12Jc. ; Delaines at KJ and 20c. ; The best colored Alapcas at 50c., worth 75c. ; Lupin's French Merinos at 90c. and $1, worth $1.25 and $1.50; White Flannel, all wool, at 25c., worth 37Jc.; White Flannel, all wool, full yard wide, at 50c., worth 75c. ; Heavy Ked and Gray Twilled Flann9l at 35c., worth 50c. ; Canton Flannel at 15c ; Heavy Domestic Ginghams at 16jc. ; Mohair Dress Goods at 12Jc., worth 20c. ; at 20c., worth 30c.; Satinets at 30,50, so, and 75c., very cheap goods; Caesimeres at $l, worth $1.50 ; Mohair Striped Skirting at 25c., worth 75c. per yard; Jet Galoon Trimming at 25c., worth 50c.; Wove Striped Flannel, for skirts, shirts, or dresses, warranted all wool, at 30c., would he cheap at double tho money ; Table Cloths at 75c.; Table Damask at 50c. per yard, sold before the war at 75c.; Scarfs or Comforts for children at 10c., not the value of the wool that Is in them; Linen Napkins at $1.25 per dozen, worth $2; Sets of Bogwood Jewelry at 50c., worth $1; Check ^uslin at 1C| and 20c., worth 20 and 25o.; Misses' Balmoral Skirts at 75c., worth $1.50; Ladles' Balmoral Skirts at $1*25; A large lot of Cloak Buttons at 10c. per dozen, some of which are worth 50c.; Fleece-lined Cotton Gloves at I2jc., worth 25c.; Fleece-lined Silk Gloves at 80c., would be cheap at 50c.; A large stock of Bonnet Ribbons at 40c. per yard, worth 75c.; Cloth for Cloaks at $2.50 per yard, worth $3.50 per yard; Huckaback Towels at $1.50 per doxen, worth $2.60; Embroidered Handkerchiefs at 50c., worth $1; Ladles' Hoods at 50c., worth $1; Velvet Ribbons, Plain Black, Black with White Edges?and all colors?at greatly reduoed prices; Wo call particular attention to our stock of Bou levard Skirts of all kinds; Cloak Cloths and Trimmings ; Jet and Steel Nail Heads; Under Garments for men, women, boys, and girls; Veil Borages; Bmbrodered Collars and Cuffs; Russia Crash; Russia Diaper; Table Cloths; Napkins; Shawls of evi ry description; Real Lambs' Wool Hose at 25c., worth 50c.; Merino Hose for children, all sizes, at 50c., worth 75c.; A full &88ortment of White Goods, Jlannelfl, Bed blankete, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, and everything else that should be kept In a first class dry goods establishment, which we offer to the public, assuring them that we have every ar ticle in the house at the prices they are adver tised at, and that the goods now In store are much below the regular prices. LEVY BROTHERS, 1547 Main street, a few doors above the Old Market, opposite side. de 4 Dentistry? GEORGE B. STEEL, Office No. 723 Main street, between Seventh and Eighth (five doors above Spotswood Hotel), Bich mond, Va. do ?? GW. JONES, 8URGICAL AND . MECHANICAL DENTIST haa moved bis offioe and residence back to MalnqgHg) street, three doors ttoxp. Sixth, opposite the Arlington House. All operations thoroughly and gently performed. TEETH EXTHACTEH without pain. TEETH INSERTED ON VULCANITE PLATE, and durability warranted. oc 19 DR. O. E. KLOEBER, SUR-JBWft OEON DENTI8T (late of Baltimore/,'KTO No. MO Broad street. Bichmond, Va. Teeth filled in the best manner at rednoed prices. B?antifal artificial teeth on the vulcanite base, perfectly Imitating the natural organ and restoring the contoor of the face, at the low prloec of $B0, $25, and l*? per set. nitrons oxide gas given In extracting teeth, gen dering the operation painless and safe. Hlfc-fm* DENTIST JjfoJnwmjl TUESDAY..... ...DECEMBER 10, 1867. THE CIRCULATION OF THE "DIS PATCH" IS LARGER THAN THE COM BINED CIRCULATION OF ADD THE OTHER DAILY NEWSPAPERS OF THIS CITY. Auction Hales This Day. HARRISON, GODDIN & APPERSON will sell* at half-past 3 o'clock several brick tenements on the northeast corner of Clay and McCance streets. COOK & LAUGHTON will sell at 10 o'clock a large assortment of household fnrnltnre. BOWMAN it STROOCK will sell at 10 o'clock a large assortment of seasonable dry goods, boots, shoes, &c. PILKINTON, PULLIAM & CO. will sell at 4o'clock a store, dwelling-hoase, and lot, on the north side of Hull street, in Man chester. GRiEME & CO. will sell at half-past 3 o'clock a handsome brick dwelling at the northwest corner of First and Cary streets. JAMES M. TAYLOR & SON will sell at 12 o'clock the valuable estate known as "Falls Plantation," adjoining the town of Manchester. GSUBBS & "WILLIAMS will sell at 4 o'clock a handsome brick dwelling, with fonr bnilding lots, on the west side of Third street between Main and Cary, and two bnilding lots on Cary street between Se cond and Third. E. GATHRIGHT, 1433 Main street, will sell at 10 o'clock A. M., furniture, bedding, dry goods, &c. SMITH & HUGHES, No. 1434 Main street, will sell at 10 o'clock A. M. furniture, stoves, &c. LOCAL MATTERS. Radical Schemes for Power ?Thfl efforU&to oabtainCthVeIy engaged in' their StatpMffi 5? removaI of the present ventL tS?rn'rtan-d l- ?btain for the Con vention the nomination or election of the new appointments. Hunnicutt's avowal I yesterday that the Republican party owed ! thing to any State officer, from the Governor down to the justices of the peace, was designed as a note of warning. ha^oirarVeL y 1.nfor?ied that a Petition already been signed by many Radical members of the Convention asking Con. gress to gne that body the privilege of appointing a successor to Governor Peir pomt, whose time expires on the 1st of January, 1868. ,-nifciS P.roP?sed to hold a caucus of load ng Radicals on Thursday evening, when this and other matters of importance to lated PU n Party Wil1 be fully veDti" r i^po 0 1? be re(^iked op Dele gates.?It has been decided bv the "em inent men- of the Radical majority Tn the Convention that no oaths should be required of members of the Convention. A clause will be put in the Constitution 5? ?vAersal sutfrago shall prevail, but i after 18/0 no man arriving at the age of twenty-one years shall be allowed to vote read8 ?aU Write his ?wn Dame and Mr. Sontball will bo ousted from his seat Senator Wilson Expected in Rich mond.?Republican politicians recently re turned from Washington state that Senator Wilson, of Massachusetts, will arrive in Richmond to-day. He makes the pilgrim age for the purpose of observing for him self the proceedings of a Reconstruction Convention. During his sojourn he will doubtless give the cue to the Radical leaders in Virginia. Relations Between the Whites and Blacks in' Chesterfield.?Some days ago several citizens of Chesterfield county complained to General Schofield of the unruly uisposition of the negroes in the neighborhood of the Midlothian mines and expressed the fear of an outbreak be tween the whites and blacks. The Major General commanding immediately ordered an investigation to be made, and appointed for the duty Captain B. C. Cook, the popu lar agent of the Freedmen's Bureau in this city Captain Cook repaired to the scene of I apprehended difficulty ; and some .time I was occupied in hearing the evidence of] white and colored persons who were sum moned before him. After a patient and full investigation, he reports to headquar ters that the testimony does not sustain the complaint made ; that there is no ap parent dangor of collision between the whites'and blacks ; and that the relations existing between the races seem to be of | the most amicable character. Robbery of a Tobacco Factory.?Nor man Minor (negro) was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday for feloniously enter ing the factory of James H. Grant & Co. and stealing eleven boxes of manufactured tobacco, valued at $500. On Sunday morning the robbery was discovered, and detective^ Tyler and O'Dwyer being informed of it, were soon on the scent of the robber; and before long they had nabbed Norman Minor. Six boxes of the tobacco were found at the house of David and Susan Ham, and five boxes at the house of Minor Hughes. Norman Minor admitted that he was about the factory until half-past 4 o'clock Sunday morning, and " he kep' ohe eye on de factory; an' ef Mr. Grant had gin him instructions he might a perroused around and prewented de robbery." David and Susan Ham and Minor Hughes were arrested, and arraigned before the Mayor yesterday charged with receiving ihe stolen tobacco. In the absence of witnesses the case was continued until Wednesday. Arrest.?James Mitchell was arrested yesterday upon the charge of being acces sory to the robbery of Grant's tobacco factory on Sunday morning. Police Record.?Pefc^r Cotogni was ar rested yesterday upon the charge of un lawfully having in his possession a barrel of flour, valued at ten dollars, the property of King & Co. He was bailed to appear this morning. Jeff. Melton was consigned to a cell at the lower station, having been found drunk and unable to take care of himself. Fire.?The alarm of fire at about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon was occasion ed by the burning of the roof of a brick house on Marshall between Gilmer and Munford streets, owned and occupied by Mahala Fultz, negro. Sale op Real Estate.?Messrs. James M. Taylor & Son sold on yesterday the house and lot on the northeast corner Main and First streets at $6,600. It was bought by Mrs. W. H. Smoot. Appointment by the Governor.?Joel B. Watkins was yesterday appointed notary public for tha city of Richmond and county of Henrico. Methodist Sunday School Society.?' The regular monthly meeting of the Me thodist Society was held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Trinity church, Asa Sny der (president) in the chair. The meet ing was opened with singing by Trinity school, and prayer by Rev. E. M. Peter son, of Clay-street. The following is a summary of the super intendents' reports: The President announced that the exer cises would be changed, as this was the last meeting this year, and would consist of prayers and short speeches. He called for volunteer addresses. Mr. Rowlett, super intendent of Rocketts school; Rev. J acob Manning ; A._P. Abell, of Charlottesville; A. L. "West/of Centenary; and Rev. E. M. Peterson, responded to the call, and made stirring, addresses, urging the claims of the Sunday School cause and speaking in the highest terms of the operations of this Society, not only for the good it had accomplished directly, but also for the in fluence for good exerted upon the cause generally. The exercises were interspersed with prayers and singing. ' The next meeting will be held at Clay street school the second Sunday in Janu ary next. Baptist Sunday School Meeting.? The regular monthly meeting of the Bap tist Sunday School Union was held in the First Baptist church last evening. The church was crowded with young people and old, all eagerly interested in the Sun day school cause. Addresses were made bv the Rev. Dr. Centenary Broad-street Trinity Union Station Clay-street Man Chester Oregon Sidney Rocketts Broad-street mission Scholars Average on roll, attendance. 227 163 227 149 260 187 305 217 336 306 140 115 ? 94 44 86 43 70 44 61 65 Broaddus, of Charlottesville, and Rev. A. E. Dickinson, of Richmond. The following is a report of the average attendance for the month in the respective schools: Officers and Schools. Scholars. Teachers. First 402 60 Second 254 41 Third 340 37 Fourth 103 17 Fifth 276 ? 60 liocketta 2/5 6 College 109 17 Manchester 127 24 Sidney 26 8 A resolution calling for a Baptist State Sunday .School Convention on the first Thursday in March next was adopted. .The meeting was presided over by Dr. Barrows, with Mr. J. M. Pilcher as secre tary\ The singing was done mostly by the children of-the First Church school, ac companied by the organist, Mr. Poindex ter, on that superb instrument. " Great Hevings, Capting, but what an orging that is," Mr. Stumps would be bound to say if he heard it. The music was superb, and if a man can't be a good Sunday schoolist under the influence of such sweet sounds, he had better give up and become a local reporter. The meeting adjourned, after benediction by the Rev. Dr. Jeter, to meet on the second Monday in January in the Second Baptist church. Presbyterian Sunday School Union. The monthly meeting of Presbyterian the Third Presbyterian church. "Kepftrti of the attendance of scholars and teach ers were presented from all the different schools. ITustings Court of Magistrates?Re corder Regnault presiding.?The regu lar monthly term of this court commencep yesterday. The following cases were dis posed of: John Churm and Tabitha Churm, in dicted for assaulting and beating Mary Louisa McDonald, a child about thirteen years old, were tried and found guilty. The jury assessed a fine of ten dollars each. Louis Lochner entered into the neces sary bonds, and was authorized to cele brate the rites of matrimony. ? , Adjourned until 10 o'clock to-day. The Rose Court of Inquiry.?The court of inquiry convened to investigate the charges preferred against Brevet Lieuten ant-Colonel Thomas E. Rose met yester day, pursuant to adjournment. Major T. Hennessy, counsel for Colonel Rose, de livered his argument. The court then ad journed until 11 o'clock A. M. "Wednesday, in order to give the prosecution time to prepare its argument. Mayor's Court?Mayor Mayo presi ding?Monday Morning.?John Dan dridgo (negro), charged with using abusive and insulting language towards Mrs. Bar bara Sweeney, was arraigned, and in the absence of witnesses the case was conti nued. Benjamin J. Jordan and Olivia* Jordan j were arraigned for stealing and carrying away a trunk containing articles valued at $500, belonging to W. C,. Dunham. "The case was continued until Friday. Recovery of a Stolen Trunk.?Some weeks since Mr. W. C. Dunham, agentof the Old Dominion 'Steamship Company, was robbed of a trunk containing $500 worth of valuables, which was taken from the steam ship Albemarle. The trunk, it seems, was obtained through jfche means of a false check presented to the baggage agent on the arrival of the steamship at Rocketts. Detective Tyler was informed of the rob bery, and followed up parties who had car ried the trunk first to tho Exchange Hotel and then to the Clover Hill coal pits. Here they were found with the trunk in their possession, and broken open. They gave their names as John J. and Olivia Jordan, man and wife. The articles in the trunk were nearly all recovered. The Jordans were arrested, and arraigned' before the Mayor yesterday. They stated that the trunk had been given them by mistake for their own, and that they did not discover their error before getting home. The case was continued until Friday. Henrico County Court.?This court was engaged yesterday in the consideration of the continued case of Harlan vs. Han over Coal Company. The evidence has not been closed. Jeter Phillips.?It is reported on re liable authority that the health of Jeter Phillips has recently been seriously im paired, and that. he is now threatened with pneumonia. He is still in confine ment at the county jail, and has every comfort which the law can be construed to allow a prisoner against whom there are such serious charges. Lecture before the Young Men's Christian Association.?The monthly meeting of this Association will be held in the lecture-room of Dr. Hoge's church this evening. Dr. R. A. Lewis will deliver a lecture on " The Atmosphere," illustra ting it by interesting experiments. Public Temperance Meeting.?Spring field Division Sons of Temperance hold one of their interesting public temperance meetings at their hall to-night. Addresses are expected. Ladies and gentlemen are invited to attend. Meeting of the Grand Lodge of Vir ginia.?The Grand Lodge of Virginia as sembled lsat night pursuant to notice at the time-honored old Masonic Hall, on Frariklin|street. In no spirit of flattery we say that we have been rarely present at a more im posing assemblage. They adjourned last night at so late an hour that we can give but a very brief report of the proceedings. Most "Worshipful Brother Lane presided as Grand Master, with General William Terry as Deputy Grand Master; Thomas H. Owens, of Norfolk, G. S. Warden; William L. Maule, of Richmond, G. J. Warden; John Dove, Grand Secretary; Thomas U. Dudley, Grand Treasurer; Rev. J. D. McCabe, Grand Chaplain; Ro bert "Withers, Grand Senior Deacon ; Wil liam H. Lambeth,-Grand Junior Deacon. The Grand Master delivered a very able and impressive address, which was referted to a committee?Thomas P. August, Esq., chairman. The Grand Master then appointed the regular committees. We have only time and room to specify the chairmen : On Appeals and Grievances.?Major B." Carringion, of Cumberland, chairman. On Masonic Jurisprudence.?General William B. Taliaferro, of Gloucester, chairman. On Finance and Investment.?William F. Butler, of Richmond, chairman. The Grand Lodge was closed with an order from the Grand Master to assemble this morning at 10 o'clock' at the Masons' Hall to aid him in laying the corner-stone of the new Masonic Hall, corner of Third and Main streets. The Masonic Ceremonies To-dat.? The programme of arrangements to be observed on the occasion of the laying of the corner-stone of the new Masonic Hall corner of Main and Third streets, this morning, was published yesterday. The various bodies of Masons and their visitors will march to the Masonic Hall on Franklin street, where the procession will be formed under the direction of the Chief Marshal, Major John Poe, Jr. The following deputy marshals have been appointed : Isaac Schriver, Lodge No. 10; J. E. Hatcher, Lodge No. 14; A. S. Lee, Lodge No. 130 ; Thomas J. Evans, Lodge No. 36; E. G. Tompkins, Lodge No. 51; L. L. Bass, Lodge No. 51; George Woodbridgo, Lodge No. 33. Route : From Nineteenth street to Main, up Main to the site of the new building, where the procession will halt, and the ceremonies be performed. General Meeting op Agricultural Societies.?The general meetings of the Virginia Central and Virginia State Agri cultural Societies will be held in this city on Tuesday evening at half-past 7 o'clock. The Norfolk and Petersburg, Soutbside, and Virginia and Tennessee railroads will issue to delegates attending the meetings tickets from all stations along their lines at one fare, marked " Good to return." The Richmond and Petersburg, Rich mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac, and York River Railroad Companies, will ro turn all members of either Society free on presentation of a certificate of membership from their respective Societies in which is stated the fact of their having attended this meeting. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.?The Executive Committee on the Cit^of Rich, mond subscription to the Chesapeake and Ballard frouse this evening at "o'efotftft The names of gentlemen composing the committee will be found in another column. Strangers in the City.?The hotels are rapidly being filled by arrivals from the country. Nearly a hundred delegates to the Conservative Convention have al ready been registered at the Exchange, Spotswood, and Ballard, besides many gentlemen in attendance upon the Grand Lodge of Masons, agricultural meetings, and "Reconstruction" Convention. Gone South.?Dr. Leonard C. Crump and William B. Jones, two well-known citi zens of Richmond, embarked on Saturday last at New York for Havana, where they design sojourning during the winter. "We trust that the mildness of a more southern climate may prove conducive ^to their health, and that they may return in due season. Concert To-nioht.?The Richmond Or chestra will give their second grand con cert at the Theatre to-night. The an nouncement is sufficient to draw a crowd, and we are sure that all who attended the first entertainment will feel inclined to be present to-night. The programme is pub lished elsewhere. Arrangements for the Conservative Convention.?The Central Committee of the Conservative party haviDg made all necessary arrangements for the Conserva tive State Convention, which meets in this city on Wednesday next, authorize us to make the following announcements: The Convention will meet in the Rich mond Theatre on Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. It will be called to order, and the call for the Convention read by the Chairman of the Central Committee. To insure seats to all the members of the Convention the dress circle, parquette, and stage will be reserved for their exclu sive use. They will be admitted only on the presentation of tickets to the door keeper. The galleries will be open to gen tlemen not members of the Convention and to ladies who may accompany them. They also mast obtain tickets of admis sion. The following members of the Central Committee have been detailed to register the names of delegates and to issue tickets to them. They may be found at their headquarters in the Exchange Hotel, Bal lard House, and Spotswood Hotel from 4 to 9 o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, December 10, and from 9 to 10}? o'clock A. M. and from 4 to 9 o'clock P. M. on Wednesday, December 11 : Exchange Hotel.?Peyton Wise, John M. Higgins, and Robert Archer. Ballard House.?Thomas J. Evans, R. H. Davis, and Asa Snyder. Spotswood Hotel.?James R. Fisher, James L. Apperson, and James A. Scott. Seats will be reserved for members of the press, who will procure tickets of ad mission from the Committee of Arrange ments. Tickets of admission for others than members of the Convention and the press may be obtained of the Chairmen of the "Ward Executive Committees, the President of the Yonng Men's Conservative Associa tion, and the President of tbe German Con servative Club, viz: First Ward?E. A. J. Clopton. Second Ward?F. P. Turner. Third Ward?J. R. Fisher. Fourth Ward?H. A. Atkinson, Jr. Fifth Ward?A. R. Courtney. Young Men's Association?Peyton Wise. German Club?Alonzo Rick. Rooms for the use of the committees of the Convention have been prepared at the Exchange Hotel, the Ballard House, and the Spotswood Hotel, whose proprietors have tendered them for this purpose. The committee of arrangements are H. K. EUyson, James R. Branch, W. D. Cole man, Thomas 6. Jackson, J. C. Shields, Albert Lybrock, Thomas W. McCance, and John W. Wright. Tobacc^ Kxcbnace, December 9, 1967. Breaks and receipts very light. Market ac tive and prices fully up to quotations. Be low we give the transactions for the pa*t tiiree days : 118 hogsheads, 8 tierces, and 35 boxes offered and sold. / 1?XW TOBACCOS. Lugs and Primings.?Very common, #3; medinm to good, 94@98. Leaf.?Common to good, 86^910; medium to good stemming, MAS CPACTCK 121(1 TOBACCO. Lugs.?Common to medium dark working, $5 to $9; good dark working, 98 to 912; snn ?ured, common, $7 to 912; sun-cured, good, 912 to 918; coal-cured, common, 99 to 915; coal-cured, bright, 912to 925; coal-cured, fan cy, 920 V0945. Leaf.?Common dark working, 97 to 99; me dium dark forking, 910 to 914; good dark working, 915 to 917; fine and wrapping, 918 to 921; sun-cured, 915 to 925 and 932; yellow wrappers, common, 920 to 935; yellow wrap pers, medium to extra, $40 to 9100 and 9200. BHIPPIXO TOBACCO. Lugs.?Yery common and heavyweights, 96 to 96.50 ; medium, 96 to 98; good, 9S to 912.60. Leaf.?English shipping, 918 to922.60; conti nental shipping, 913 to 918 and 923. STBMMI53 TOBACCO. Lenf.?*Common, 912 to 914 ; good, 515 to 917; fine, 91S to 921 and 923. Stems.?Very common to good, 91094.60. A Cabd of Tha*K3.?The ladles of Sidney Methodist church return their thanks to the following gentlemen for handsome contribu tions of material to repair their church: Messrs. G. it A. Bargamln; Tale, Bowers & Yale ; 8nyder, irby & Co.; Gregory & Co.; J. B. Suit; W. J. Anderson; Wilson & West; William 8. Wood ; P. Bargamln ; J. B. Mountcaatle ; Col line k Tyree; William Hecker; J. W. Rison; Doggett & Anderson ; and Simpson & Brother. To the operators of tl^e Old Dominion Ball Works and many other .friends In the city for cash dona tions. To Messrs. "Wooldrldge & Smith, H. M. HutchlDson, C. P. Bigger, and S. H. Hawes, for coal and wood. To Mrs. M. J. Davis, Mrs. H. L. Wigand. and Mrs. McConnell, for clothing for the children of the Sunday sohool. Important to Females.?The Puponco Golden Pills bare relieved more real suffering amongst females than any other medicine In the world. The pills act like a charm, and are not a secret nostrum. Physicians nse them and recommend them. Druggists everywhere pronounce them the moit saleable as well as the best pills they have ever sold, and there Is not a 'ady living bat whit at some period of her life will find these pills Jnst the medicine she requires. 8ee advertisement and list of agents in another part of this paper. A Hokb Iwstitctios?wa allude to the dry goods store of Lbvt Brothers. The proprietors of this old-established store are natives of this State, born and raised In the city of Kiohmond. Their business talent is no longer doubted?how could it be? After the close of the war they be gan business in the store occupied for a number of years by their father, Jacob A. Levy. The store then was but forty feet deep. Their business in creased so rapidly that thoy had the store ex tended back to the alley, making It one hundred and ten feet deep, besides having a second story of the same dimensions. A farther Increase of their business necessitates them to make further im provements In their store, which they contemplate doing next spring. Such a rapid Increase of trade was never known before in this community, and has proved that fair dealing Is sore to lead to suc cess. The increase of their trade has proved an advantage to their customers, as they can now purchase nearly the whole of their stock from first hands by the package, and large lots in the auction-rooms, wher$ at first they had to pur chase by the piece, paying a jobber's profit, which now they give to their customers. We know that our citizens would be interested In hearing of the success of the old " Southern Dry Goods Store," as the Levy Brothers call their establishment, and could, therefore, nut refrain from bringing the above faota to light. bahk-gAtrrr.?*mo meTHTJersoT tne pastime Base Ball Clnb are requested to attend a meeting of the club this evening at the 8t. Charles Hotel. Marine Intelligence? ^mFnIATORS ALMANAC, December 10, 1887. Sun rises 7.10 I Moon rlwes 5.41 Sun sets High tide, P. M PORT OF RICHMOND, December a, 1887. arrivbd. Eteamsr Petersburg, Travers. Baltimore, mer chandise and patsengera, D. ? W. Currle. Schooner Klslug Sua, Hastings, Philadelphia, coal, J. M. Pllcher. , Schooners Rappahannock, Corson, and Clara Merrick, Montgomery, from Philadelphia with coal, S. P. Lathrop. Schooner Alabama, Yanguelder, Philadelphia, eoal. B. Ward well. Schooner Alexandria, Ireland, Philadelphia, coal, Larns it Cherrv. .... . . ? Schooner Argo, Kay, Philadelphia, coal, J. B. Watklns. _ _ , Schooner A. P Cranmer, Cranmer, New York, merchandise, captain. BAILBD. Steamer John Sylvester, Glfford, Norfolk, mer chandise and passengers, L. B. Tatum. MBMORANDA. Whttb HorsB, December 9?Arrived, stesmer Admiral, Kirwan, Baltimore, and steamer Mystic, from Norfolk, merchandise and passengers, ttlch mondand York River Railroad. Schooner D. W. Vaaghan. Parsons, sailed from New York for Richmond on 7th. Books, Stationery, &c. ERY DESTRABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS.? Just received tt No. 711 Broad street a large and 'varied assortment of beautiful and elegant articles suitable for CHRISTMAS. WEDDING, and BIRTH-DAY PRK8ENT8. PERFUMED STATIONERY BOXES, containing note paper and envelopes to match. Beautifully bound PRAYER and HYMN' BOOKS. Also, BIBLES. GAMES, ILLUMINATED PRIMERS, LADIES' BOOK8, and MIRRORS OP PASHION. Also, a full line of 8TATIONRHY and SCHOOL BOOKS. For salu at CRUTCHFIELD'S, de 5 ? No. 711 Broad street. IHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY \J GOODS J. WALL TU8NKE, 1114 Main street Is receiving daily additions to bis stock of BOOKS and FANCY ARTICLES suitable for the holidays. Just some of the prettiest present* in the city. 1114 Main street is the place to get pretty Christ* mas g-oods. Josephine.?The FM^REfiS JO SEPHINE. By Mrs. Mnhlbaeh. ?1 Wand$2. UPTON : Infantry Tactics. *2.50. THE LA8T RAMBLE AMOFGST THE INCIAS8 OP THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS AND THE ASDE8. $3.50. ROUTLKGE'a SVERY BOY'S ANNUAL. $3. aunt aj^fiiE's stories. THE BOT8 op BEKCHWOOD. $1.50. BAKFORD BRIDGE; Schoolboys' Trial*. *1.50. OUT OP THE HEART SPOKEN ; to Little Ones. $1.75 THE LITTLE LADDERS TO LEARNING. 2 vol omos, each $1.50. With a tine assortment of English JovenP.es. For sale by " A. H. CHRISTIAN & CO. no 27 . Blank book manufactory, 1320 MUN STREET We are prepared with the best materials to make to order Blank Books of any size or style. Early or dun are solicited from those who Intend to open new sets of books. Large >tock of Blank Books, from the cheapest to the best, always on hand. Bookbinding In any stylo. J. W. RA3D0LPH & ENGLISH, Law and Miscellaneous Booksellers and Station ers. no 32 yiolin and guitar STRINGS, The Kubscribera have jnst received * SPLENDID STOCK or VIOLIN AflD.GUITAB 8TBI508, which they offer it whoieeale and retail. WOODHOUSE 4 PA&HAM, Bookseller!, Stationers, no 23 and Dealers In Piano-fortes. -pOB cheap goods Of EVERY DESCRIPTIOS 00 TO ESQ EL'8 CELEBRATED CALIFORNIA ADCTIOa STOKE?HED H008S, COSKBR HAIV A5D POURTIKSTH PTE SITS. [no 19?lm] 1 nrih barrels lime. I,WUU ifl STORE?Just received. , tM barrels JAMES BIVEB CSM1MT. no 9 *? T.PATB. THE DISPATCH. TERMS Or ADVERTISING: oab*?trrAJujLBLT isr Aorurcx. Oa? cqmuf, on* lnOitUm.^ f ? 76 Oa*tqaart,twofaMTtimi..,,,,,,.,,, j 35 On?sqw#, Uur?limrtlfflai 1 75 Qn??qoarg,alxintTtione IN On* kioaw, twlTQ Lu?;t2onc..M K to Oassqnara, on* month 10 00 Oyqmjf, hroaontbo. u it 10 ***?_**? ? thr#? month*..25 K \Lostf Strayand Foimfl* O TRAY JED from my residence on Mon IO day lost. Id December. a LIQUTwMh BHD COW, wMt? bolly, Aolw *on* lo^jgW both horns, ?d jybout tWb inches of JPW her tail broken off, white star in t<x*mukaSib head ady information of her i?ffc at M?. m4 "Frank!In srreet, between Nineteenth and Tw?a Itjvth itrwti. will be yw*fd?t. do l>~*odJt* Lost?five dollars reward. A FUR COLL AS, belonging to a sat of MIBK FO as, waa lost a few days sines near the Spots- H wood Hotel. A r?wardof FIVE JM>LLAB? will be paid to the finder If left at the office of the Spots wood Hotel. . da r ? Mules and Horses for Sale. For sale,"two^gooSTJSlS, WOOD CAST, and HABBR88. Also, a one, B. oireafs. de 8?4t . ,. ?> .. . , Mules a_?d horses.?i Jast arrlred at the KXC3ANG1 LIVKEY AND 8ALB STABLES. Frank lin street, ONE HUBDRXD YOPNQand WBLI^BBOKRMULBS. Also* lotof fine YO0BQ HORSES suitable for far*a purpose, whlsh 1 will Mil at fair prices. 1 Invite the attention of the fanners and plant ers of Borth Carolina and Virginia to this superior lot of atoek.acd promise them aatisfeetloa ?m: to fualltv and rt? t?-4al JOWW B. OAVTfl. Boarding and Lodging* TMERICASnioTEir" -?L IMMEDIATELY AT THE VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD, 8 T A U B T 0 B ? V A. McCHESBEY & BADBNB0U8CH, FXOPRIITOU; R. M. LIPsCOMB. Ma.vaqbr; WILLIAM WHOULEY, hvtmvnmar. The proprietors, in resuming the management of this well-known and popular Hotel, so long and favorably known to the travelling nubile, promise in the futnre to retain the reputation the American has borne as a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. Its locality. Immediately at the railroad depot, renders it a convenient stopping-place for persons on business or in Search or health. BAK and BARBER-SHOP ip the house. Ail the offices of the telegraph and stage lines running to this town are adjoining this house. A first-class LIVERY STABLE, under O'Toole & Donovan, is connected with this hoose. H0CHE8BEY & 00. B. B Citizens of the county will be furnished dinner at fifty cents, and horses fed by Messrs. Donoran 4 O'Toole at twenty oents. o? IS?*m Stoves, Tinivare, &c, H^o^u^^^eeper^T^ook" TO YOUR INTEREST-Buy at the old eetab llshed STOVE, TINWARE, and PL.UMBINO EH TABLISHMENT. 620 Broad ?tr6?t MOUNTCASTLE'8. Stoves of overy description repaired and made as good as new. Roofing, Oaa-fitting, and Plumbing. no lfl JUST RECEIVED, all sizes of the MORNING GLORY HEATING 8TOVB, for parlors, stores, and offices. se 11 GREGORY & CO., 1417 Main street Just RECEIVED, the GEM Il luminated OA8-BURNER FIHE-PLACE STOVES, for heating the first, second, and third stories by one fire. GREGORY Jk CO., ?a 31 1417 Main street. Carpetings, Furniture9 &c. Beautiful hoiJ^eholdfurni TURB?FBERH 8UPPLIES?We woald re Kpectfnlly invite the attention of our friends and the public generally to tho very large, select, and attractive stock of FURNITURE now on exhibi tion at onr spacious w.irerooms. It comprises every article pertaining to the business. and In style, qaallty.'and price, cannot be Bnrp&ssed in this stat*. The encouragement extended through twenty-five years past is highly flattering, and wa moat respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. HABI.ISTON Si BROTHER ' do 12 Ninth and Main streets. J J. BOWEN A CO., WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF ATTIC- n"m ~ ? ? | JAPANESE BEDSTEADS. ' nax - ?" " -J" ?ireet, opposite Spots wood Hotel, Richmond, Va. oo 3m N. B. SCROLL 8AWING executed with neatness and dispatch,.and on reasonable terms. Q4JRPETINGS, RUGS, OILCLOTHS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, WINDOW SHADES, BUCKINGS, FLOORCLOTHS, MATTIN08, &o., Ao. I bear to Inform my friends end the public that I have opened the bent stock 01 the above goods I have iad for several years, anu offer them with tho assurance that they shall be sold as low as at any house In the city. R. P. RICHARDSON, ?e 14 corner Main and Ninth streets. 1^0 printers,?Sealed proposals will be received through the Richmond post* ottice until WEDNESDAY KVENING, December u, 1867, for printing (without delay) THHKK HUKDHED THOUSAND INTERROGATORIES To TaX-PaYER*. and alito the LaND AND PER. SONAL PhOPBRTY TAX-BOOKS for all tb* counties of the Commonwealth for the approach ing assessment. The price per thousand ems- c ' type and per token for pr?as-work to be state-* Bond and responsible security for the i-kompt a: ?. faithful observance of tha contract will be in quired. The " oopy" can be seen, and any otl ? particulars obtained, by application to the and ? signed. J J. PALMER, de 10?Jt Superintendent Public Printing. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS OP THE GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY for the benefit of tha MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME. Class 319, December 9, IW7: 0, 30, 1. 57, 12, 12, #7, 76, 59, 37. 39, 1*. Class 220, December 6, 1M7 : 72, 37, 18. 51 80, 21, 74, 52. 48, 20, 78, 17, ?4. BuYD, WILBUN 4 CO., Managers. Atlanta, Oa. For further information, address po?-offlc? box 357. Richmond. Va. de 10?lw* ESTABLISHED 1881 " ? P. J. CREW * CO.. (aueeesaora to G. Craw & Son,) VTEAM SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTURER.", Nob. Ill, ill, and 117, tjaveateeath street, opposite the Old Market, Richmond, Virginia, ?tare now In faetory a large stoek of superior FAMILY SOAPS, whleh we offer to the trad* at aaak prlew a# W^Jj sake It to the Interest of all to patronise this hczu? 9i5nN?t/"v m 11-lee Notice to tax-pa yer&?in compliance with an ordinance of the city of Richmond I will attend at my offlee, at the City Hall, from 9 A. M. to ? P. M., from the tftb to the 31st of December, Inclusive, to receive the re maining half ot the CITY TAXIS, deducting .tee car cent, thereon from thoee whopat/1 otu-tuilf in June. JUUU8 A. HofeiUN, C. O. tt. N. B.?Those persons who have not paid aay portion of their bills will pleaee call dor in* the same time and pay the amount of their taxee, as I will have no opportunity of calling on thrm be fore advertising th.elr property for sale, wbieh wil 1 add twenty per cent. (If not sold). Thoee who have not paid their person&l tax by that time must expect to have their goods levied on a? soon at 1 get out of the offlce, as 1 am reqaoated to settle my entire accoant In February. _ de 2?lm J. A. HOBSQN. C. C. B. T IGHT, LIGHT, LIGHT.?The NON Xj EXPLOSIVE OIL la the gr?*t*et achievement of the age, the cheapest light extant, and will burn well in FLUID LaMPS. KEE08ENE OIL LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, an* SHADES. The NuN-EXPLOSIVE OIL Is mara factored by GEORGE W. GARY & CO.. No. l) Thirteenth street, Hea'a old atand. County rights for sale. da T PIPES, pipes.?A lot of genuine Powhatan Pipes. Also, very superior Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, prime Cigar*, and Macca boy Snuff, for salt bj it. W. POWJUUi. no 2* Garden seed.?a fresh minpiy of reJUbl* GAJELDIH and FLOW IK SttlJ jut - 'Y,y joom TO soap MANUFACTOREHS.? 50 barrel* So. 1 Kosln, dally expecttd, for MU low. i>o u ? _ja_ ?. Ill "day RUM. bay BC7M?A ca*k of X> genuine BAT KUM, of inp*rior )?* received and for sal. by K. *T CPI BITS TURPENTINE.?6 barrel*, 0 dally expwKd, for sale to arrive, by . now *? t",?J rr\ CASES PIGNATItLXJ STICK OU LJCOKiC* on eonaif&c^ut for aate ". i, **?T.ir?V Hairw?*xi>c * no TiaAPPED HANDS SPEEDILY Vy cored by MIAD1 * BAJEIK'8 AS0ALU8IA* BaLM. "of 1 AAA PENITENTIARY GRAIN 1 ,UUU BAUS fo, ?^Mnrr^D , ctKY. riHAPPED and ROUGH SKIN \J rendered smooth, soft, and fair, by MaAI>* * iAKBK'tf AilDALU$U* BALM.