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VOL. XKXVIIL RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 26. 187?. NO. 99.
TH E' MSPATCH. BY COWAKDIN & EI^YBON. c\sh?invartault rw advanck. The DAILY DISPATCH U del Inured to anbwrl. jvr? *t riFTXKN ckntr per week, payable to the rander weekly. Mailed at p?r annum; $3 for ?la months; ?So. per month for a shorter period. The SKMf-WMXLY DISPATCH at |ipop an nam. orfU^oMUnwnthk The WEEKLY DISPATCH at 92 por annum. HTKA.HSB9. rnm NORFOLK, PORTS r MOUTH, AND AT,fc BTCOTTLA'Rj , , NIHNOH ON THE JAMES RlVF.CTTh? ? . In.1 elwrant UNITED STATES MAIT. steamer .1 0 H N 8YLVK8TKR, Captain Zi iX GIFrORD, irivee her wharr at Koekctt" for the ahovc-name ' "on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, andFRI nA \ S. at SIX O'CLOCK A. M.. and return# on Tu<-s<t*v*. Thursdays, and Saturday*. passengers arrive In Norfolk in time to con nKt "'Hh steamers for Balttthore and point* ^Trains leave City Point for retcwbnr* on Arri val of steamer. Far* to Norfolk, fEM. FREIGHT m received Tuesday^, Thursdays, and Saturday*, from IS M. to *i'F. M , for Norfolk, Portsmouth, lirvpton. Baltimore, and principal landing# on Chesapeake i>av, and all regular landings on J amor ??Sr0r*,T"''TfMTl,T?firi^,U Offloti. tteamera* whart. ilLAPELPHIAj RICH MONO AND N0RF0LKHTKAM-J_ SHIP LINE.-FOR PmLApELPHIA A WKF, K.-Steamers N O K F O L K . J. W. FVEHMAN. and J. S. ORE E.N, compoalng this line, will leave fMohmond every MONDAY and TIlf'KSDA Y. and Philadelphia every \\ EDNEb p\Y and SATURDAY, al'ernately, at lto'clook M. Freight received evera-day (Sundays except ed) at the Company's freight-house on the Dock. Freight* taken for Norfolk at moderate rates. Pasture to Philadelphia, Including meals and I'xt room, **. W. r. PORTER A (rent at Richmond, Office No. 2426 Dock street. WM. P. CLYDE A CO.. Agents at Philadelphia, Offices No. 12 South wharves, fe H and No. 14 North wharves. I >< i W H AT A N STE i ('cM 1* \ N Y- ?Steamers STATE ??F MARYLAND and PETERSBURG..?Cheap, reliable, and raf? route to Baltimore, Havannar, Ho-ton. and the West. TrI-weekty line to Bal l mon. making close connections with steamers lo Philadelphia. No transhipment of goods bt iween Richmond and Baltimore. ' I.cavc Balttp more every TUESDAY", THURSDAY", and SA TURDAY. Leave Richmond every MONDAY", THURSDAY", and SATURDAY. Frelent received every uay up to fl o'clock P. M., event Saturday, and on Saturday up to 3 o'clock P. M. sc. dallv advertisement for hour of tailing. These steamers have excellent saloon, stateroom, t.nd passenger accommodations Fare, $4 ; meals and stateroom extra. For freight or passages, ap I HARVEY'S A WILLIAMS, A rents, f< 15 Commercial Block, TTLUAM C. DUNHAM & CO., GENERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corssr Main and Eleventh ktrxets, (Richmond, Va. Post-Offick Box 64. FOR NEW YORK. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMi ANY*. The splendid w side-wheel st-amnhlpa ISAAC HK.it.. SARATOGA. NIAGARA, ALBE MARLE. and I1ATTERAS. leave New York for N?rf"ik, Cltv Point, and Richmond, every TUES i)A y. THURSDAY', and S.ATTTRDAY&t 3 o'clock i'. M Leave Richmond evvry TUESDAY', FRI DAY', and SUNDAY", at high tide. Theie ships arc entirety new. They have elegant salons and staterooms". The fare, accommoda tions, and attention, are unsurpassed. Close connections made with steamer6 for all southern and European ports. Insurance effected, when ordered- AT A QUAK TFK OF ONE PER CENT., at the offices of tblB com pan v. N. L. MoCnR.APV, President. 187 Greenwich ?U?-et. New Y'ork. WILLIAM DUNHAM & CO., Agents, corner Main and Eleventh streets. Kt-H LIVERPOOL ^ND ^ 1N V A N LINE OF MAl L STEA MKRS. salTm) FR'?M NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY", AND ALTERNATE TUESDAYS. HATKSOF PASSA'IK BY TIIK SATURDAY 8TKAMK.HJ First (,'abin, Payable in Gold. Liverpool or Queenstowu fioo or Stferaye, Payable in. Hwrreitcy. Liverpool or (Jneenstown 9 3S PC r*as*(.K IIY TITK.SD4Y STKOIKW VIA HALIFAX : J tverpool or (Queenstowu (gold) 9 so oo M.-llfhx Igoldj 20 ec m. 'x>?:u"?, N. F. bv'iranch steanier (gold).. 40 00 S'tV?Tf/j,v, P'lyahl* in CtrrtmiT/. l.iv rpool or onesnstown..... 9 30 oi finlitax ; IS oc v. John's, N. F , hy hrjincb steamer 30 oc T1' ket- sold to arid from England, Ireland, and He Continent, at moderate rates F<t forth* r Information anolv at the Company'# office*. JOHN" G. DALE, Agent. is Broadway, New York; or to WILLIAM C. DUNHAM A CO., Agents. NATIONAL LINK. Rr? Miners weeklv to LIV'KRl,OOL,^d?i(pi?lL cplllag i't OUKEN8TGWN, ieavingaSfeMHBfla pier 47 N.-rtn rlv? r every Saturday : FRANCE. OUEEK, HELVETIA. DENMARK, ERIN. PENNSYLVANIA. ENGLAND. VIRGINIA. LOUISIANA. ''atun passage, f loo and $75, currency. Steerage passage. $30, currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool or Queenstown, $*7, In currency. Steerage passage from Antwerp, Hamburg, Rot terdam. nnu Havre. $is. in currency. F??r f'irtlier particulars, apply nt Hie offices of tt? cinpany, it' Broadway, I*. YV. J. Hukst, Ma'>?.ger. *?r to ;% It.LI a.V. C. DUNHAM A CO., AgeulB. SIKAM TO GLASGOW" AND LONDONDKKKY. i H K A N C U O R LINE. K.i.oilt; Civile built pi?s?cngersteamers are in. tended to sail EVERY SATURDAY from plei N". "??. N'nrth river, at Uo'clock .M. liiTI- OF I'ASSAGK, F X YAIIt.K IN CUKKKNCY I ( abliis to I tverpool, ftlasgow, orDerry, ffoand f?*s. Excursion llckcta, good for twelve months, $i<30, ?steerage to Glasgow or Deity. "Lie; IntermerilHte. f.t5. Cf paid certificate" from these ports, $37. Passengers l*o*>kodto.in*lfront Ifnmtmrg, Havre, RotB nlam. Antwerp, Ac., at very low rates. Drafts Issued pay anient any bank In Great Bri tain. For further Information apply at the rnmpnny'8 offices. No. o Bowling Green. New Y'ork. toJikK JTKIISOS BltOTHKItS, or to WILLIAM C. DUNHAM & CO, Agenlfl. ait 28 M wAcmyyjtT, ACH1NE SHOP. BLOAT & ALDINGTON, M\< IIINISTS, WobksandOffick; 1415Cart stkeict, neau FoPKTKKNTU, RICHMOND, VA. ALL KINDS OF NEW WORK ; REPAIRING PTE AM ENGINES and ROLLERS in city and l oiintrv : TOBACCO WORK of all kinds uiade and lep ited with all klndsof stcam-tltthipa for PLATFORM and oilier SCALES AD .1 I s ri I) and REPAIRED. Exclusiveagents for ,li:i)>0N> patent steam-engine GO V Eli NOR, SELDKN'S PATENT STEAM-KN GINK I'ACKING. Uttca Steam-Onupc Compa ny's STEAM-GAUGES. Eve?y one of thene gauges are warranted for a year. 'A c know them tola- the lic.-t paupo now In use. Tliey are LE88 lnprleethan anv other make. A full line of the above nrtlci. s alwavs on hand. We also keep IfOl.LAMPS PATENT SELF-FEEDING OIL < T'P for shafting and all kinds of machinery, which naves ninety per cout. of oil. Tills is the newest and best tlilnc now out. Come andcee It and us. GEORGE B. SI.OAT. my 10 A. JACKSON ALDINGTON. VJETKOrOLlTAN ^VOKKS, CORNER SEVENTH AND CANAL STREETS. STATION ART and PORTABLE ENGINES and SAW-MILLS: BARK. GRIST, and PLASTER MILLS : BOILERS, FORCINGS, CASTINGS of IRON or BRASS; MILL GEARING. Ac. ENGINES and 3AW-MLLL8 or various sizes alwayt- on hand. Old enpines. Ac.. repaired and sold on commis sion or exchanpi-d for new. All other repairs promptly and satisfactorily done. Sand for descriptive circulars. dcJ4 WILLIAM K. TANNER & CO. NKWIAU-MACIILVEh. THE BEST 1311. 1Uh***r 1311. S F. WIN f.-MA CHI N E IS TllK Bl'TTriN-HOLE COMBINATION AND OVER SKA MING SFWING-MAC111NE. ? 'nil at nil Main* BTltKLT and see them. Sold on liberal terms, old machines of a!! kinds taken In exchange. up a?in. ?. H. MKOWN. C. L. BADWAT. \\THEELKK <fc WILSON'S SEWIXG Tl MACHINE COMPANY' have removed to ?o. ??? Main street, corner of Eighth. Persons having this machine would do well to have them repaired at this oMee. HfcWI NG-MACUINE Ma FERIAL always on Innd. GEORGE H. BROWN A CO., A vents and Ntwing-Machlne Machinists. AGENTS WANTED. mh.k'2 CE W] NO-M AOHJNES OF ALL KINDS ^ REPAIRED. TheBLOAT JBLLIPTIOH*"W IN'i MACHINES BOUGHT and SOLD. Wesell I ROPER NKKDLBtJ for the -HLOAT KURPTJC MACHINES. BLOAT A ALDINGTON. 41ff Garv street, pew Vr-nrteeuth I DYJFlSfP, N?OCBIN?^4c. iJLXNJEMAVS^ STEAM DYEING A^D SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, <20 Broad street, between Fourth and Filth streets. I/adits'1 Dreeses, Shawls, Cloaks, and Sacks, DYEir IN A NY COLOR DE?IRF P, or CLEAN looks, and Sacks, IREUkor CLRAN *p In the very test and ucateat manner. Gentlemen's garments CLEANED OK DYED garments ai new. ? I offirr for sale several SILK DRESSES In dif ferent colors. OKAPK and W'OOLLkN hHjVWlA RIBdOftH, Ac. ADo, h lot of GOAT* I'A NT?, iind vehth, which have teen left at my dyeing establishment and not called for in dim time. L. LIN NFMA N. No, 4S0 Broad street, ?;> SB v1 between Fourth and Fifth streets.' * jQEALERS AND CONSUMERS OF FERTILIZERS receiving ? circular from the manufacturers of WHANN'S RAW BONK SUPERPHOSPHATE, containing an article In relation to the rOWHATAN RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE manufactured In R I C H M 0#N D, V A., * t ' ; r \ - ? 4 -T * . ' ? ;' ' should send and get the circular of DOWNWARD, ANDERSON A CO., No. 1S31 Cary street, Richmond, Va., containing a reply from John Wbann, their Su perintendent. ap H rjOBACCO FERTILIZERS. We offer to planters a preparation for TOBACCO which contains all the necessary ingredients for making the crop heavy and good, and at the same time enable It to stand a 6evere drought. This fertilizer has been tried on TOBACCO.and those who have used It are highly pleased with re sults. Planters will find It to their Interest to use the . TOBACCO FERTILIZER prepared by us. I GALLKGO FERTILIZING COMPANY. corner Twelfth and Cary streets, Richmond, Va. Mr. JOHN WINGO, of Amelia county, who | te?ted our TOBACCO FERTILIZES last year, gives the following certificate : " Amelia G'oubthousk. April 14, 1870. 'Injustice to the Gallego Fertilizing Company 1 win state that I used soo pounds of your fertilizer last year on tobacco on one acre of very poor land ; sowed it on the hen-nest grass on the 13th of June and planted the tobacco on the 17th. The to bacco grew off slowly, but continued green through the entire drought, which lasted until the ?5th of September, and when I cut the tobacco I found U fully equal to that raised on rich land with the same amount of bought fertilizers be sides farm-pen and stable manure. I sowed the land In Woodfln wheat (which Is a late kind of wheat) on the 23d October, and It 1s looking well, and bids fair to make a fine crop. '?Very respectfully, ap 19?I m "John Wiwgq." PACIFIC GUANO.?We have a good A supply of this GUANO on band, and are pre pared to ilfl orders. LIBERAL TERM8 TO THE T K A DK. [up 14] A. Y. BTOKES & CO. WHANN'S RAW-BONE SUPER PH' 'SPHATE. now in the twelfth year of Its I j successful use, is recommended with confidence as the very best we are acquainted with. It Is made I from ItAW-BONE, GUANO. SULPHURIC ACID, POTASH, AND SODA, all subjected to chemical analysis before being purchased, and dissolved by the most approved chemical processes. It Is warranted free from adultcratiou, aud the standard of quality Is gnar autc-d. ALLISON A ADDISON. General Agouts for the Manufacturers. Richmond, Va. Circulars containing full Information mailed to all applicants. ap 5 SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUARO.?The re markable value of tills GUANO Is now so well known and appreciated that it scarcely needs farther commendation from us. We will only say that the quality of the Guauo now In market, is e en belter than that heretofore sold by us for the company. orders and communications are solicited, and will receive prompt and careful attention. Our Guano Circular, containing certificates and farther Information, mailed to all applicants. ALLISON & ADDISON, ap 5 Agents for the Company. FLOUR OF RAW BONE.?The value of bones as a fertilizer has long been known, and they nre hv mariv considered the best and cheapest COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER. The difficulty heretofore lias been to pet them ground finely enough for immediate action and free from adulteration. In thi? article we offer PURE UN BURNT BONE REDUCED TO THE FINE NESS OF FLOUR, and will give a money-guar antee of Its absolute purllv. ALLISON A ADDISON. ap 5 Manufacturer's Agents. Agricultural salt.?1,200 sacks AGRICULTURAL SALT of superior qua! ltv, to which the attention of commission mer chants and planters Is specially luvited. Ihls salt is the cheapest, and perhaps the most perma nent, fertilizer on the market. For shIc by apl_ S. C. TARDY A CO. 17 E R T I L I Z EHS! FERTILIZERS S T FERTILIZERS! GROUND PLASTElt from best Nova Scotia lump; PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN GUANO, a most su I perior fertilizer as per certificates of many farin * "tobacco FERTILIZER, which has been proven from actual experience the best fertilizer ever used on tobacco. A11 ingredients used by us are warranted pure. GALLEGO FERTILIZING COMPANY, mil 20?lin /Terman potash manures. PRICES REDUCED.-Our Importations of these valuable fertilizers have reached such mag nitude that we are now able to comply with our promised reduction of prices, aud arc selling the POTASH and MAGNESIA MANURE at$50 per ton, with a like deduction on all other kinds and grades. Liberal discount allowed the trade. Stan dard and purity of all guaranteed. TALIAFERRO A CO., lull 20? eodlw Agents for Virginia. E SOUTHERN FERTILIZING COMPANY. rji II Oitick, coknku Oaky and Vibginia 8ts., ) Richmond, Va. f Are prepared to fill orders for their TOBACCO FERTILIZER AND OLD DOMINION FERTILIZER, a stmerlor preparation for corn, oats, Ac. The TOBACCO Ffc UTILIZER has been tested so often beside Peruvian Guano and other leading fertili zers on tobacco, and with such uniformly satis factory results, that the company feel justified in offering It as the best fertilizer for tills crop now on the market?Peruvian Guano not excepted. Fresh ground PLASTER. AGRICULTURAL SALT. GERMAN SALTS OF POTASH, Ac., a) <ays on hand. Special preparations made at short notice. Circulars forwarded to any address. . .t , W. GILHAM, mil 23?tJol President. BAUGil'S IMPROVED RAW-BONE PHOSPHATE, unsurpassed for raising TO BACCO, CORN, and all CEREAL and (AtASS CROPS, and for enriching worn-out land ; 50 par cent, cheaper than Peruvian Guano. Its analysis : 1-78 per cent, ammonia; 53 per cent, bone phos phate of lime; 13-05 per cent, of which is soluble. It has been In use for over fifteen years, and Its reputation Is unsurpassed. It has been recently greatly Improved by an increase of AMMONIA and SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE. A trial is all that Is asked. Planters can purchase on four and six months1 time with approved city acceptance*. Orders filled at lowest manufacturer's rates by LEE, SRDDON A CO., fe 2i_3m Sole Agents for Richmond, Va. PR<)POJAIA rKft ArrOMATTOX Listers BUNG, April 13, 1870. Office lower api'Omattox company,) " 870. 1 TRE SUBSCRIBER WILL RECEIVE JL PROPOSALS up to the 25th instant to BUILD ONE OR MOKE PONTOONS, of large size, with double railroad trucks In them, to land the mate rial dredged from the river. Plans and specifications can be seen at this of fice. H. D. BIRD, up is?lot - Chief Kngiueer. HOOKS ASP STATIONERY. C~~ OPYING-PRESSES, LETTER CO.'YING-BOOKS, COPYING-INK, BLOTTING.PA PER, OIL-PAPER, I)A MPENING-BRUHHEB, together with a full stock of BLANK BOOKS and other STATIONERY for the office and counting room. WOODHOUSK A PARHAM, Booksellers and Stationers, np 21 1205 Main street. PROSTITUTION, WITH INDEX, 15c.; \J Paschal1 s Annotated Constitution of United States; Leading Criminal Cases; Parsons on Notes and Bills ; Bnrnss on Bankruptcy: Redfield on Carriers, Wills, and on Railways; Daniel on Attachment; Billiard on Injunction; SedgewPk on Damages; Taylor on Landlord nud Tenant; Walker's American Law; Wallace, volume 7; Brlghtly's Digest United states Laws; Abbott's and Brlghtly's National Digests; Abbott's United States Practice, and on Corporations ; and otbt r new works. Large stock ol LAW, new and old. J. W. RANDOLPH A ENGLISH, Booksellers and Blank-Book Manufacturers, mb 24 1318 Main street. - KOIICAnOllAL^ T ATI N, FRENCH, AND ITALIAN. 1J Monsieur V. CRESPI, who has had more than twenty years' experience in teacblug the lan guages in F.ngland, la ready to Impart a nneedF and thorough knowledge of them lit schools and classes and to private pupils. '? Btitlsfactory reference given as to proficiency and so Mai standing. No. 211 Marshall street, be tween Bccond andTfrlrd. . t ?' ap11?oodlnt*' FT ? ?,& ?^ Jjuliob PIASTBEBB8 lichmond M THK CIRCULATION OF THE DISPATCH IS LARGER THAN THE COMBINED CIR CULATION OF ALL THE OTHEB DAILY NEWBPAPEB8 OF THK CITY. TUESDAY APBIL28, 1870. _ AUCTION SALES THIS BAY. Vl*hlir'?7. private eaten of Seal Estate year ^?^AVl^^ax^or1hiS??* GBUBB8 A WILLIAMS win ?ell at 4| P. M. a framed cottage on Lover near Randolph street. COOK A LAUGHTON will aell at 10 A. M. an assortment of furnltnre, Ac. LYNE A BROTHER will soil at 6 P. M. a house and lot on Grace between Third and Fourth streets. JAMES M. TAYLOR will sell at s P. M. a desira ble building lot with a small frame Btore and dwelling thereon on the Bonth side of Marshall street between Fifth and Sixth. W. G<3DDIN will sell at 4 P. M. a lot on the north side of Cary between Fousheo and Adama streets. LOCAL MATTERS. Monroe Ward Conservative Meeting Last Night.?The Conservatives of Mon roe Ward turned out in force at the meet ing of the Ward Club held at St. Alban's Hall last night. W. F. Drinkard (president) in the chair; James R. Fisher, secretarv. Mr. W. D. Chesterman,-on behalf of'the Committee of Conference appointed to re port a plan for the nomination of a city ticket, withdrew the report presented at the last meeting of the Club, and presented in lieu thereof the plan as revised by the committee on Saturday and published in the city papers yesterday. The question being upon the adoption of the substitute, Colonel Mannaduke John son addressed the meeting in opposition to the section limiting the time for the primary election to one day. ...... Mr. P. H. Aylett followed in ojpposition to the whole plan, urging that the plan of nominating by a primary election was an uncertain experiment, and that it would not bring out the most popular and availa ble candidates. Mr. W. C. Elam then spoke in advocacy of the committee's plan, urging that it was peculiarly the peeple's plan, and at onee fair and practicable. Mr. John Dunlop submitted an amend ment providing that the polls for the pri mary election small continue open for the whole ot the registration week. Carried. Mr. Dunlop al?o submitted an amend ment providing that there shall be as muny voting places as registration polls in each ward ; which was also carried. On motion of Colonel Johnson, the plan as amended was almost unanimously adopted. On motion of Captain Charters, the secre I tary was requested to communicate the ac I tion of the meeting to the other Ward Clubs of the city. I Mr. Elam moved that the election of judge, commissioners, challengers, &c., for the primary election be referred to the Ex eeutive Committee. Agreed to. The names of Messrs. Marraaduke John son, William C. Elam, William English, Thomas Branch, Thomas C. Epps. Dr. 0'. L\ Manson. and Major T. A. Brander, were added to the Ward Executive Committee. The other members of the committee, as previously appointed, are the following: W. F. Drinkard, D. T. Williams, W. A. Charters, Lewis M. Carter, 31. L. Strauss, J. R. Fi-her, Robert Stiles. P. H. Aylett, Charles M. Wallace, John Dunlop, W. D. Chesterman, John Ahern, John Knowles, E. M. Crump, Christian Unkel, Powhatan Weisiger, Salmon Adams, M. Angle, and John Gibson. The Executive Committee was authorized to appoint live delegates to represent the Ward in the City Central Executive Com mittee. Captain George D. Wise being loudly call ed for, addressed the meeting in an eloquent and patriotic address, after which the meet ing adjourned. Conservative 3Ieeting in Madison Ward.?'There will be a meeting of the 31adi8on Ward Conservative Club^at which all Conservative citizens of the Ward are invited to he present, at Saueris Monticello Hall, to-night. It is expected that the iudge, commis sioners, challengers, and clerks, called for by the plan adopted for the nomination of a city ticket, will be chosen at this meet ing. 31A ss 3Ieeting.?A mass meeting of the Conservative voters of Varina township, Ileurico county, will be held at old Pioneer chapel, on the new Central road, near Al piueburgli settlement, on Saturday next at 4 o'clock P. 31. It has been suggested that the commis sioners for the other townships should take similar action at once, so that there Bhall be concert of action throughout the county. Jefferson Ward Conservative Meet ing.?The Jefferson Ward Conservative Club will meet at Odd-Fellows' Hall to-night at 8 o'clock to take action under the plan adopted for city nominations. All Con servative citizens of the Ward are invited to be present. Election of Delegates Ordered.?In consequence of the election of delegates to judgeships, and other reasons, the Speaker of the House of Delegates has issued writs of election for the following counties : Fauquier county, to till vacancy of Judge James Keith, resigned. Lancaster county, to fill vacancy of Josiuh Tatum, ineligible. Wythe county, to fill vacancy of Judge John II. Fulton, resigned. Amherst county, to fill vacancy of J. E. Adams, failed to qual ify. Smyth county, to fill vacancy of Judge John A. Kelly', resigned. There are several other vacancies to be filled as soon as the members resign. The elections take place with the regular elec tions on the 4th Thursday in May. Executive. ?His Excellency Governor Walker has made the following appoint ments : D. K. Weisiger a notary public for the city of Bichmond ; also, Leonidas Triplett a notary for the county of Shenandoah; also, A. C. Pulliam a notary for the county of Chesterfield. Coroner.?Dr. Hugh Stock dale has been appointed coroner for the city of Peters burg. Commissioner of Deeds.?William B. Hill his been appointed a commissioner of deedB in New York for the State of Virginia. E. C. Fisher inspector of Shockoe Ware house vice Anuabfe, removed. F. B. Meanly inspector of fish for the city of Bichmond. ? W. A. Shuck inspector of fish for Alexan dria. Depredations of Wreckers.?The Col lector- of Customs at this port has made public the following communication from the Treasury Department: * "Treasury Department,) ? " Solicitor's Office, > "April 20,1870. S "Sir.?The Secretary having been advised that parties are encaged in depredating upon the wrecks ana other property sunk in the various rivers in anu about your district, has referred the matter to me for such action as may be necessary. , * "As it is evident that'some measures should be taken to punish these offenders and deter ail evil-aisposed persons from like practices, I have instructeftthe United Stater Attorneytor the Dlstrie t of Virginia ? to cause their arrest and presentment-by * the grand jury at the next -term -of the United States Court of this district; arid I will thank you to advise htm of'such facta on the subject as have or may come to your knowledge. Bespeetfully, . u & ^ - t v. E. C. BaNJTRLIV *"'?> ?* ?? ??; - ? Solicitor of th* Treasury^' . AXNITBMABT CHWBBAflOH 07 ST. PAUL'S (EracorAL) Sunday School.?The third an nivera&ry celebration of fit. Paul's Church Sunday School was held hi that chnrch on Sunday afternoon last, April 24th. The services were conducted by the rector, who was assisted by the Rev. Joshua Peterkin, D. D., of St. James' church. Owing in a great measure, we presume, to the beauti ful evening, there was an extremely full at tendance both of adults and children as witnesses or participants in the exercises. Standing over the pulpit, which was dec orated with wreaths festooned in graceful and easy style, there was a beautiful cross of evergreen, under which stood a shield bearing the words in green and gilt, "Faith,, Hope, Charity." The font was handsomely and tastefully decorated with immortelles other white flowers, and other white flowers, the fragrance of which filled the air of the church; and on either side, in the chancel, stood a table cov ered with a pure white cloth, on the front of which appeared in bold relief a cross of evergreen. On these tables were placed the emblems which were borne by the various classes in order. Shortly after 4 o'clock the school march ed in the church preceded by two young gentlemen who bore the banners, on one of which was printed, "St. Pauls Church Sunday School," nnu on the other the motto of the School, "Train them up in the nur ture and admonition of the Lord." Next came the classes in the following order : No. 1. Branches of the Vine,; Emblem, A vase with a vine growing from it. Motto, " Abide in Me and I in vou, as tho branch cannot bear fruit of itself except it abide in the viue, no more can you except you abide in Me." No. 2. Olive Plants. Emblem, Dove with olive branch. Motto, "The children like olive plants around about Thy table." No. 8. Little Pilgrims. Emblem^ A tent. Motto, " Here we have no continuing city, but 6eek one to come." | No. 4. Humble SeeJcers. Emblem, A yoke covered with flowers. Motto, "My yoke is easy and my burden is light." No. 5. Heirs of heaven. Emblem, An an chor covered with flowers. Motto, " Which hope we have as an anchor ofthe sovdjbotU sure and steadfast." No. 6. Lambs of Jesus. Emblem. Shep herd's staff. Mofto, " Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." No. 7. Little Soldiers of Christ. Emblem. A breast-plate. Motto, "Fight the good light of faith." No. 8. Little Minstrels. Emblem, A harp covered with beautiful flowers of all colors. Motto, " Praise the Lord with the harp." No. 9. Obedient Followers. Emblem, A lantern. Motto, *' Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path." No. 10. Followers of the Golden Ilule. Emblem, A basket of fruit and flowers. Motto, "Do unto others as ye would they should do unto you." No. 11. Warriors of the Faith. Emblem, Banner with Maltese cross, on which was Srinted in large letters In Hoc Signo Vince3. [otto, " Fight the good fight of faith." No. 12. Charity. Emblem, A heart beau tifully decorated with flowers, on which was painted in conspicuous letters Charity thinketh no evil. Motto, " Charity sceketh not her own, is not easily provoked, hthinkcth no evil." No. 13. Young Volunteers. Emblem, A shield. Motto, "Ever watchful." No. 14. Lilies of the Valley. Emblem, A banner made with lilies. Motto, " Clothe me with humilitv." No. lo. The Little Mariners. Emblem, A ship. Motto, " He bringeth them to the haven where they would be." No. 16. The Standard-Bearers. Emblem, A cross. Motto, " The cross our glory." No. 18. Fold of the Good Shepherd." ^Em blem , A shepherd's crook. Motto, " The good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep." No. 19. The Hose of Sharon. Emblem, Rose and evergreen. Motto, "I am the Rose of Sharon." No. 20. The Jewels of the Lord. Emblem, A basket of flowers. Motto, " They shall be mine, saith the Lord of Hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them as a man spareth his own son." No. 21. Little Cup-Bearers. Emblem, A cup wreathed with flowers. Motto, " I will take the cup of salvation and call upon the name of the Lord." No. 22. Little Cross-Bearers. Emblem, A cross and crown. Motto, "Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our laith." No. 23. Followers of the Star. Emblem, A star in a crown. Motto, "When they saw the star they rejoiced with exceeding irreat joy." ~ No. 24. Blossoms of Hope. Emblem, An anchor trimmed with beautiful flowers. Motto, "Putting on the breastplate of faith and love, and for a helmet the hope of sal vation." No. 25. Children of the Cross. Emblem, A cross of flowers. Motto, " Take up thy cross and follow me." No. 26. Students of the Bible. Emblem, A Bible covered with flowers. Motto," Thy Word is Truth." The service was opened with the beauti ful bymn No. 16 of the Mission Hyinn Book, which was sung by the choir and the whole congregation, after which there were appropriate prayers, including the Gloria in Excclsis; and Inen the twenty-fourth hvmn was sung from the same prayer-book. 'The Superintendent rendered his report, from which we find that the school num bers 168 scholars?71 males and 97 females. Average attendance, 135. Teacners, vi 7 male and 20 female. The officers of the school are superintend ent, secretary, and librarian. A new and complete Sunday-School libra ry has recently been purchased, consisting [of five hundred volumes, for which the school is indebted to.the worthy Librarian, who, of his own accord, raised the pur chase money by subscription. Dr. Peterkin, in his usual interesting and happy style, next addressed the children, after "which prizes were distributed to the following classes : To Class No. 11, " The Court and Camp of David," for punctuali ty ; No. 10, a prayer-book, for good con duct ; and No. 10," a bible, for proficiency. A prayer-book was also presented to a lit tle girl representing the infant class, No. 2. Duriug the time which was spent in the reception of the various offerings from the classes we have named above, Dr. Minni gerode delivered an appropriate and instruc tive address to the children who represent ed the classes then handing in their ofler ings. After the benediction the banners were returned to the standard-bearers, who marched in order from the church, and , were dismissed from the Sunday school. The music, which was excellent, wa* un der the direction of Mr. E. H. Chamber I layne, a member of St. PauFs choir. These annual celebrations are calculated to do much good, and certainly the little j ones enjoy the new feature in their Sunday school life. I The anniversary of the Henrico Sunday School Union will be an imposing affair, and will come off in a few weeks, at which time all the Episcopal schools will be repre sented. . Pbesbytebian Sunday-School Union.? The annual meeting of this association was held last night at the First Presbyterian church in connection with tho regular monthly meeting. Opened with prayer and singing. The President, Mr. James Miller, an nounced the mam business of the meeting to be the election of officers for the ensuing year. On motion, a committee consisting of one representative from each school was ap pointed to make nominations; who brought m the following report, which was unani mouslv adopted: t - For President, Rev. W. E. Hill. Vice Presidents?1st, J. Dr K. Sleight; 2d, S. H. Hawes; 3d, E. W. Cone; 4th, S. M. Price ; 6th, W-P. BUell. Secretary andTreastirer, E. Pleasants. The propriety of-having themes for dis cussion furnished for the monthly meetings was- talked over, and a motion adopted imakingprovisian therefor.' 1 1 A committee of three was Appointed to. make arrangements for the anniversary -meeting of tise Uniotr which occurs in May i | Mr. Donnon made some interesting state meius coiwernlngrthe colored school taught j Mr, Buell gave an interesting account of I the Manchesfer/chool recently started. The following is the report tor the month of March: Teachers. Scholars. Collections. First Church........41 169 loro Second Church......M 155 10 89 * Third Church 13 49 2 80 Man chef fer UQ 76 3 SO l)r. Kead'o?no report. After.some desultory discussion the meet ing was closed with prayer and singing, and the benediction. , ? PRESENTATION OF A SUNDAY-SCHOOL Ll bbaby.?There was a large gathering of Sunday-school scholars and. teachers and others interested in the Sunday-school cause at the Baptist church in Manchester, on Sunday afternoon.' The occasion was the presentation of a new library, costing about $300,.raised By subscription, to the Sunday school. The library was presented In a neat speech by Bev. J. F. Deans, pas tor of the church, and accepted with a few appropriate remarks by Dr. Chiles, superin tendent of the school. Rev. Dr. Dickinson also delivered an address in his peculiarly happy style. The exercises as a whole were exceedingly interesting, and will awaken renewed interest in the Sunday school cause in Manchester. Call Accepted.-?On Sunday last Bev. J. R. GarMck signified his acceptance of the call, extended to him a few weeks ago, to the pastorate 'of the Leigh-Street Baptist church. We are informed that the accept ance of the call will not sever his connec tion with the Richmond Female Institute until July next. A Political Pbayeb.?We have been furnished by a friend who heard it the fol lowing extract from a political prayer offered by a deacon in a colored Baptist church in this city on Sunday last: " Oh, Almighty God, bless us poor peo ple and sinners! 0 God, we ask Thee to defeat our inimies. [Um-a-um 11 The yether day when our siae turn out in de percession to celebrate de day of freedom dat man Walker took'n kep 'em out'n de Captol Sqnar. [Ah, ooh-ah I Trufe Lord, trtSfe!} And O Lord, brake up dat burgus Legislates whicfi fe BOW trying to .brake up dat glorious Constitushun Wtttefc was made by de Convenshun; and now dey is ail on de road to Hell for their misdeeds. [Ah, ooh-ah. Turn sinner, turn !] Have mercy on dis Conference which is now Bitten in dis town, and which is.now on our side ; and furthermore, put Thy curse on our inimies that they may open thar eyes in Hell" Prayers of this character are frequently offered; and the colored people are taught to combine their politics with their religion. Colored Men on the Move.?Forty co lored laborers left Richmond yesterday wo , Richmond and Danville railroad for Chat tanooga to work on the Alabama and Chat-1 tanooga railroad. This road is a continua tion of the great southern maU and passen ger route to New Orleans, and when com pleted will be the shortest and most direct route to Mobile and New Orleans. The road is being built by a northern company, and work is being pushed with great ra pidity. Over two thousand colored la borers are now employed on the work, and the company desire to increase their force as many more. As it is a healthy climate, and the company are paying larger wages ($1.7o i per day) than any company in the South, it is a great inducement for the colored men who are out of employment or working at low rates to find employment at such good prices. The agent of the company is now in the city to furnish transportation, etc., to all who desire to go. Mayor's Court, Monday?Mayor Elly son presiding.?'The following cases were disposed of by his Honor yesterday : Continued case of "William KempC charged with unlawfully assaulting and threatening to kill J. F. E. Lovenburg on April 18, 1870. Security required for his good behavior for twelve months in the sum of $2.70. - Erasmus Denny and James Sephus (co lored), charged with robbing the person of Mrs. Mary E. Richardson. Held to bail in ! the sum of $100 for twelve months, in de fault of which sent to chain-gang tor sixty dayq. Frank Harris (colored), charged with un lawfully obtaining under false pretences ?150 from Philip Harris. Dismissed. Thornton Tavlor (colored) charged with assaulting and threatening to shoot Ann Tavlor, his wife, April 24th. Held to bail to keep the peace for twelve months in the sum or $200, in default of which sent to chain-gang for sixty days. Robert Smith, charged with violating the city ordinance by running a wagop on the street without a license and number thereon. Fined ten dollars and dismissed. M. R. Demartie, charged with running a cart on the street without a number or li cense. Fined ten dollars and dismissed. E. P. Powell, charged with running a wagon on the street without number or ii cense. Fined ten dollars and dismissed. James Ford, charged with running a wa gon on the street without number or ii-| cense. Fined ten dollars and dismissed. Stephen Hunter, charged with running a wagon on the street without number oi.li cense. Case continued until Thursday the 28th on account of sickness of Mr. Hunter. Case of Abbam Hall.?The case of Abrara Hall has again been continued until the 29th. Shameful Robbery.?On Sunday morn ing last, whilst the family ot Mr. Arthur L. Mitchell were at church, his residence, on Belvidere street near the penitentiary, was entered by a-negro man and robbed.of ninety dollars in money and a lot o. rear ing appareL Mr. Mitchell discovered him at once on returning home, and the. thief attempted to escape, Dut drawing a pistol, which he cocked, threatened to shoot Mr. Mitchell if he was interfered with. Mr. Mitchell thereupon applied a brick to his head, which brought him to. He was af terwards turned over to Sergeant Bull, of | Chahoon's police, who conducted himto the 'station-house for safe-keeping. The money and clothing have since been re covered. Still Open.?The ladies of the United, Fresbyterian church have concluded to keep I their Fair open a few days longer, and in vite the continued patronage of their friends, and particularly of such as are in want of any of the many articles of fancy work which they have on sale. The doors will be open daily at 12 31., and lunch may be had at any hour thereafter. Jibe Fair is held in the lecture-room of the church, corner of Fourth and Grace streets. Virginia Law Society.?At a meeting of this Society, held at the Ballard House, in the city or Richmond, on the 14th day ot ipril, James Lyons, Esq., was called to the ?hair, and Sherwin McRae appointed secre ary. A quorum not being present, on mo ion of Judge B. R. Wellford ,the society idtourned to meet at the ?ime place on Tuesday the 26th day of April, ofc 8 o'clock P.M. A High Wind.?Our city was visited by a itrh wind yesterday afternoon, raising ouds of dust and threatening at one time pSw bwoe with sign-boards, roofs, and limnevs. The only damage reported, jwever, was the partial stripping of the n roofs from the houses of Slater Charles Csrriugton and Mr. Joseph Jackson, indetf -Kow, on Franklin between First ad Second streets. "Workmen were at nee put ou the roofs to repair damages. [ O. O. F.?Mr. F. D. Stuart. Deputy and She of the Kight Worthy Grand dge of the Independent Order of Odd Rows, will pay the members of the fra nity in this city an official visit in a few vs. Arrangements are being made to fe him a reception worthy of the position occupies... Personal.?A eoloredboy disappeared Snthe lower part of the city April b. He is. black; had a scar over one or Bocketts. J? s , Movmcww 09 Troops?The 8smf-j TXXMTB LIAV* FOB TBI FaOBTOBK?The fd 1 owing order was issued from military head* [quarters in this city on Saturday last: j "H&uxhtabtxbs Department of Ya~ I ? Q " Aprim, 1370.} Special Orders No. 57. In accordance with the instructions! contained in Paragraph 1, Special Orders No. 94, of April 28,1870, Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant-General's office, the , aiu uuuifueucrsi h kjiimxo iuo Seventeenth United States infantry la here by relieved from duty In tMg department and will proceed with all dispatch to Sioux City, Iowa, and thence report to the Gene ral commanding the Department of Dakota for assignment to duty. " The colonel will select suitable officers to take charge of the company and regimental property, which win be forwarded after the regiment. . ... , r< The movement will be made in the fol lowing order: " The colonel commanding the regiment will select five companies from the troops now at Camp Grant, Richmond, Va., and place them en route, as soon as transporta-. tion can be furnished, under command of I the major of the regiment. 41 The remaining company at Camp Grant will move when relieved by a company of the Fourth United States artillery ordered from Fort McHenry, Maryland, by para graph 1, Special Orders No. 57, of this date, from these headquarters. " Upon the arrival of the guard ordered from Fort Macon the four companies of the Seventeenth United States infantry now at Raleigh, N. C., will immediately oe put en route, under command of the lieutenant colonel, and will join the remainder of the regiment at Sioux City. " The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the necessary transportation. " By command of Brevet Major-Genera* Canby. " Louis V. Caziabc, A. A. A. G." Obedient to these instructions, five com panies of the Seventeenth regiment, under Major R. E. A. Crofton, left Richmond for Baltimore on the steamer Ella Knight last evening, and will proceed directly from that final destination. The sixth place to their company will remain at Camp Grant until relieved by the company at Fort McHenry. General Canby and staff will remain here a! week or two longer. Hen-House HobbebyT?T%frh^house of Mr. James Blackburn, who resides" Meadow-Bridge road just beyond the cor poration, was broken o]>en last Friday night and robbed of twenty-five or thirty fowls. The Alarm of Fibe sounded between 4 and 5 o'clock last evening was caused by the burning of a chimney on Broad street near Seventeenth. No damage done. Amateur Theatricals.?It is hardly ne cessary to remind those who have the privi lege of buying tickets of the theatrical per formance at Virginia Hall to-night. The play on this occasion will be " London As surance," and the names in the cast assure us of a pleasant entertainment. The pro ceeds will be devoted to charitable pur-j poses. List of Unmailable Letters Remaining in the Richmond Post-Office April 28.? Miss Winnie Spencer, Major J, T. Hutche son, James M. Graves, Richmond. Va.; N. G. Bridgcwater (Lodge 120), Briagewater, Va.; Mrs. H. W. Freeman, Manakm, Va.; Thomas r. Campbell. Esq., norsley's Land* ing, Va.; Frank H. Miller, Augusta, Go. Humors of the Court-Room.?Mr. James P. C'owardin will deliver his humo- i rous discourse on the " Humors of the Court-Room " to-night at the Theatre for the benefit of the Catholic Male Orphan Aavlum. We bespeak for Mr. Cowarain a | full attendance, not only on account of the merits of the lecture itself, but also for the charitable object for which the proceeds are intended. Woman's Rights.?Mrs. Matilda E. J. Gage, of New York, will lecture in the hall, of the House of Delegates on Thursday next at 8 o'clock P. M. Subject: ft Op portunity for Woman." This is a new| theme for a popular lecture in our city, and | no doubt manv will go to hear what can be said on the subject. Fashions.?Harpers' Bazar for May 7th, for sale by Ellyson & Taylor, contains the latest fashion plates, and is an unusually interesting No. We answer all our correspondents by saying that the ' Lee " Gallery Is the best and cheapest place in our olty for elegant photographs. We had heard of low prices?that many articles of dry goods were being sold at lower prices than at any time within the recollections of the oldest Inhabitants. We could not believe It possible; but a visit to Levy Brothers1 store soon con vinced us that what we had heard was true. We saw ladles1 dress goods at astonishingly low prices; linen goods of every description lower than we could possibly anticipate; calicos as low as ever sold within our recollection; and as for laces and embroideries, we could bnt exclaim, "Oh, how cheap!" It will pay you well for your time if yon call at Levy Brothers1 and purchase yonr dry goods. . Can Fit All Sizes.?The clothing sold by T. S. Baldwin A Co., Main and Tenth streets, Is cut and made equal to custom work, and at one third less price. They have their sizes made spe cially to order, and with as full stock as they now have can fit all sizes vtfthout trouble. Boy your clothing and tarnishing goods tbere. Their prices are the lowest, as their goods are the best la the city. , _ ?- . j Cubes of all Diseases of the Feet.?Dr. Kendall, of London, who comes among us highly recommended as a skilful and successful chiropodist, has opened an office on Main street, 721, a few doors above tbe Bpotswood, where be may be consulted by all who are afflicted with dis eases of the feet In tbe tall assurance of a speedy and permaueut relief. Testimonials can be seen at his office given by responsible citizens of this city. 1 Below Gold Prices.?Paper collars 10 cents per box, excellent gauze shirts at 75 cents apiece, aud other gentlemen's wear at proportional rates, atE. B. bPKNCK A Son1 8, uoo Main street. New goods, new styles, and the latest fashions, at E. B. SrtiiCE A Son's, uoo Main street. Fob tiir Ladies.?All tbe fashion monthlies for May can be had at Ellyson A TAYLOR18 news | depot, next to Dispatch building. New York, Baltimore, Washington, and Blcb mond dailies and weeklies at Ellyson A Tay lor's news depot, next to Dispatch building. Children's monthlies for May at Ellyson A Taylor's News Depot, next to Dispatch building. ? Galaxy, Atlantic, Putnam, Lipptncott, and EcUctc, for May, at Ellyson 4 Xatlor's News Depot, next to Dispatch building. We see that Baldwin tbe clothier is adver tising all kinds of clothing In this morning's paper. Call on him for anything In Ms line. News Depot.?All tbe leading Monthlies and Weeklies can be had of ELLYSON ft TAY LOR, next to Dispatch building. . Fob the fullest measure, cheapest anil vjry best coke, anthracite and bituminous coal; kindling, sawed, and long oak and pine wood, go to Mr. J. B. Watkins1 8, liil Main street, nearly opposite tilts office. Thoroughly seasoned pine wood at 14.75 pereord, delivered. M Good measure and Running D00LXT?8 BAKING POWDER h*? already taksa the-precedent over others from -Ms wellI ?luuiwr strenrtb and purity-; hot. aside taom- these tacts, lilsjmt uptJenn* holding'the presented, which Is rarely the ordinary maantactaro. Hence, Dooley'S Ba king powder is tbe best, purest, strongest, and cheapest, ever offered to the consumer, and every one who hss mod it will readily testify to this as sertion. We have determined to reduce to less than the regular gold rates tha price of ?v*ry wiWe of ow magnificent stock of Diamonds, Fine 1-B.H.BlWUg AVTJUv' [. , r CASSU4*TA#UBLT Ot AS ?m awe, one insertion I ?gg?*w'T iSaatiRPsgSfc^xasaEiiC M * IVMB, Jewelry,and SHverwa re, and sit as oar goods and prices, wWch *? propoe?*>(rtH9?r' for Jess than they can lie.l>??c|hiBibottMiaL houses of New York and f^lgdelpj^^frtftfer^ portend receive dAily from the mactfactaf-erstfes ' I latest styles of rich Jewelry, Ffc* W?tcMM)fe-'r mood sad Pearl Bets, Leoattsa Vatemdi Qeuirdj Chains, Glove Beads sad Bsttoas^aaAHM^H Holders, Ametbyet, Stossagate.RitfPIP mond Engagement, dad Plsin Oold'WsdWif? - lUass; Muonlc Jewsla and Jewelry, ffredWtei and Eye-Glnees, Sterling Silver Fpooru, Faffe*' Pitchers, tod rich Pmsntstloa Pieces to ,. j Nona Main street* corker of fl ! ' eei ' ' - ? ? I sl RLSTfloir ft oa win insert, sm iiitiM Ji ?? pxtodpsl newsiw^stoTUdnl^Motfrgw i1 Una, Tennessee, and the northern dtiM^ aAp?fc? lUbers* rates, for cash. I Him tnCULHteM]^ ,t*o? MINIATURE ALMANAC, A**tt n JHfc '' Snnrises............. 5.1s I Moon rises. 1 ??n sets Atf tHlsii PORT OR RICHMOND, ASXU J*'llle. tax - ASMVSD* Steamer Petersburg, Qcoghegan, Baltimore, merchandise and pasaengersTnCWye# WQ ilMUL r?a y ?w*?7 steamer Isaac Bell, Bourne, New York, mer chandise and passengers, W.C. DunhStoACm^F siSS** c5!u^7W'111 Schooner Osceola, Clegg, Norfolk, eon*'* sixft Wmi :Y QdfM$ ns*f l Steamer Jo ha Sylvester, QlfforC Norfolk, Mjtr , clrandlse sadpassengert, L. YK-Tiaan 7zr^'' *r?^" raMtiPii ,;| *r. r?mv#. twl?&itt ttjtoffM? W*aftow* .yr;sn<o iiru ?X??S< pasaengers, Fork River Railroad CumJw5> es*Al "hSl^s^F&lk, April KSfr mi j siv/omio o uvuof ay?u ???asassvwa Francis Hatch, Fales, from Kichmopdl i Bortov, April jr.?In port, schooner .... r Johnston, Marts, loading forHlclmic?d- r f iQB BALTIMORE^ I ELLlE KNIGHT will leave wharf THURSDAY. April 3?b.at? Freight received dp to TO'cloeFF, M For freight or pass* ap ???2t" "J F)E FKEfltfBT OR' GHAB'TBR brig H. PORTER, one hundred 8J?? *?? ?3flttpfeHMl apio - ? Q77 - -.?is."} >o t* JOTICE TOSHEPHS SmrauMtm will leave the dock as usual pr TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, sndj Freight and tolls' on goods for beyona collected on delivery, or option of the shipper. Every] be afforded consignees, hot u? earned to deliver down freight elsewhere than at my office on the Dock vsrithoutspeclal agreement, way freight will not be deUvered tit? obliges ait t ^oats locked and insured,; ^ ^ den EDWARD DDULONi Ajteafe ; ttollywood cemetery GQjcfcA O. NY?The ANNUAL MEETING or.tb?k STOCKHOLDER* of tbeHOLLYWOODCIW-' TERY COMPANY will bo bold on, TUESDAY,, MAY 5, at 5 O'clock P. M.,attbo office Of ThoSei H Ellis, president, at corner Main mil Thirteenth .trccu, No..*?, ap ifl-td pi!) flCdrctary. -rr 10. O. F.?A meeting of t^e *^ ? Committee of Arrangement* fmrdfl the reception of P. D, Stuart, D. Q. e Sire of tbe R. W. G. lK>dge of the - United States, will be held at OddrfeitoV WEDNESDAY EVENING, April Y7th i I o'clock. -All tbe member* oriheeonu earnestly requested to attend, ? iifOT -r, i RlCHMOTO, A. L. 8879 aTdImW." ,T * * apss-3t? W. A; B;NYM> Chairman.:. QT. JOHN'S LODGE, NO'. O there,?You are. requested to ?t$end * J called communication of Y?ar LQ the Maeonie Hall, on Broaastreet,< DAY EVENING, April 2S, at 1 o'elpc* for IHWk^ and Instruction.. f! By order of the W. M. "itf wft t ap JAMES ? FlflHEB, Secretary. f> OEFXC* OF TUB ViBOIKIA HO^S* B1CHM0KX), April S&.W?. } THE ANNUAL MEETINGK OF THEi JL srfvtHOLDERS of this compaay wUlbo., held r fflce. No. 17M Main street, o? Tu*f DAY of May, 1170, Jfes .-H apt5?td : Sedrctarj^' HANOVER CONSEBVATiyBSi BAL LY TO YOUR P08TS.?The county of Han over having bean layedoff into to* county committee during tbe last ct all Conservative* or tbe oounty, are quested to assemble at Hanover coerWiftnTftou TUESDAY NEXT, 231UInstant, tbat.balif eoitft day, to make arrangements for the tew nrfsmt- , Km of voters and election of townefldyeileeeweif' . fourth TltartKl*, in ap 13?It . , |tftlp?tSMo<*n.. la TO THE YOTEKS OF..TJ^<^EY:; JL RIcnMOND.-I respectfully, int ~ self a candidate for the office -oft C . _ GRANT, subject to a nominatlonby Ifcf Ce??w-. TSttTfi p&rtTs apkcUMalt : it THOMABUtrtMJDLHy.fr: TO THE YOTBBS OFf TH? ^dTYiOF' JL RICHMOND.?I rewctfnUy* Self a candidate for the office o WEALTH'S ATTOBNETv Subject oatlonof the Conservative jmrtfcjg I ap2A-2w GEORGE D, WM. ro T*m VOTEBS RICHMOND?I res. self a candidate for the oi 3HANCEBY COURT of [object- to a nomination by tbe lutles of my office require ?y couamhtewfitioi^ > j gS*,"? wwNbnr&bmi apts-CDMy ' ROBMWfcHOWAffiP^t- r : BlCH3SO*n^Aptfr?,Tt?ffiW J 0 t ^respectfully rtSquesttd to aqadonw DmKi ? randl^fort^offlcc MANTV 0TJEB8. TO THE VOlfeBS X RICHMOND c 1 res lion by theConsCTmaveJ . ....... I....... TO TELE VOTEBS OF THJC CJTY OF X RICHMOND.: I respectfully,annoon^, b>t?, eeff a candidate for the office of8eBG* ANYTOR 5&?g&?*ia? **? |fepjSSjr^?v I':-e ,-U-jat IT RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE Wt*! "DOCKLAND JLIHE.-^l>200iVP9i|H JLi/dairy expected per schooner ms In store. ForsaJdhfifv j epM - ,-X.B. LRK.M feiiVtagABT^ ^?i ? apl5-lm