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8ATURDAV.. . ???? NOVEMBER 20, t*T0.
? ~I/U ? To- I>?y- " , ' December No. ol LippliwoU'i Marine.} Oh linpcer, rweet To-dav, And hasten not axray : l^t kindly eyes ?till shine, The aameold friends *c wine, The V>v? which. helnr thine, FhaU pans with thee aw?y : Oh Have them, kind To-day ! Oh hasten. dr"?r To-<lay ! Oh hartftn fa<4 awar ; w w For thrtu s*d tears h*?t hronpht, Andhrwi* with sorrow rra?*ht. Fair hones that oarac to tnujrht : Take, lake thcro all away. And linger not To-day ; Oh Infinite To-day, That Shalt not prs* away ? Out of the. ihadowy nlcht Into thv heavenlv llplit. Under fli? watchful We fain would h**tc And call earth 1 catcrday. ^ ^ R AMleot MobH-In?<,re"t,w,,: D,*cove' rien in J*II.?wonrl. tChe#t*r (IP.) Corre*j>o;iuen4e of Ponton Adver tiser.] One morning last week a young fellow rode fnto this town on horseback, having j lust crossed the river from Missouri. He ] had carefullv wrapped in his handkerchief, 1 a curious relic, dug up the day previous in Perry countv, Mo. He stopped on the hill to rest his horse, and the inquisitive crowd that gathered around soon drew his story from nim, while the relic passed from hand to hand. It seems that when, after the re- 1 bellion,the farmers in Southern Missouri once more worked with security and on an enlarged scale, the heavy teams that passed j over the road near the line bluffs, a few miles from the Mississippi, in Perry county, Missouri, unearthed some human bones and an odd-looking bottle of clay. There is living in Chester an old gentle man, James " M. Christian, familiarly called "Uncle Jimmy," who has tor years devoted all spare hours to the study of nrchseoloey. His researches in this neigh borhood have enabled him to present many rare specimens of aboriginal and other cu riosities to the societies of this State and to collectors in Ihe East. The iirst relic of value was that found by the young man above mentioned. It is apparently au idol, or decanter-shaped, like an idol represent ing the figure of a man in a sitting posture, his hands crossed upon his breast. It is made of a dark-colored clay, very hard, and shows no siinis of decay. There is a hole in tbe back of the neck, and the figure is hollow. It is about one foot high, and seven or eight inches in diameter. The same evening the rest of the party, except ing Christian, returned with a number of curiosities, including one idol of larger pro- j portion than the former, representing a woman, with the hands resting on the kjiees. They had, besides, bottles, ket tles, pots, and a sauce-pan with a han dle hollowed at the extremity and filled with pellets. The larger bottles were shaped like modern decanters. All were well executed in clav, and showed no signs of age. Considerable excitement was | raised in the town on these discoveries, and your correspondent, anxious to investigate and secure some of these relics of barbarism, crossed the Mississippi in a skiff earlv the | next morning, and tramped through the cotton-wood forest of th* " bottom lands v toward the bluffs, five miles away. On my arrival a group of horsemen were idly watching old 4< Uncle Jimmy,'' who was hard at work digging. Friends are! made in a few minutes in the "West. " Un- j r.le Jimmy's " deliffht at the prospect of a co-worker in me lor two days was sreat. Our only tools were a mattock, a hoe, and a butcher's knife? the latter of great use in probinc round the skulls for pottery. About noon that day we unearthed a choice lot of | vessels, among them a small idol represent ing a woman. "We worked on till night, with varied success, exposing in all eight | or ten skeletons. it was Sunday. There were no churches within miles. "What will orthodox New England think Of such work on such a day ( Right or wrong, never before had I so plainly seen sermons in, if not stones, at least In the bones before me. The rough Missourians as they rode by jested over the premature resurrection (as they called it) of the skele- 1 tons we had exposed. But the strange cir cumstanccs furnished us all with food tor ! more serious reflection. As the mattock or ! hoe clashed into the ribs and joints, and pulverized, scattered, and mixed with the earth the decayed bones of the Indians, it was plain how "the soil was enriched, and a future nourishment for grass, corn, and fruits provided, which would eventually circulate back into the bodies of another generation. Some of the bones indicated men of large stature. The vertebra; of one man, Chris- ] tian assured me, was a third larger than anv he had ever seen. All the skulls were inferior in shape. The jaws were large and strong, the facial angle low, and the fore head contracted. Roots of trees and the pressure of the eartheuware had in some cases horribly distorted the skulls. A Doo on His Tkavels.? [From the| Louisville Courier-Journal]. ? Wo have lately been placed in possession of a fact that shows how nearly allied to the reason of man is the instinct of the brute creation. Not long since Mrs. B , residing in one of the Interior eountics of Missouri. left her home on a visit to some relatives living in Henry county, in this State, bringing with her a favorite dog. On arriving in this city she missed her pet, and search and inquiry failing to elicit aught concerning him, she was compelled to continue her jour ney without him. Fourteen days alter the lady had left her home, the family were surprised at the appearance of "Fido," whom they thought worrying the. ( pics or "baying the moon" in far ofl" Ken tucky. Not less than uine hundred miles had been travelled by his dogship, and when it is remembered that he had been brought hither by rail, and could have had no trail to lead him back to his old quarters? that the broad Ohio and the still broader Missis sippi, not to mention hundreds of streams of smaller proportions, lay between him and his puppyhood's home, the journey was a remarkable one. and a9 such must ever distinguish this "dumb brute" as a re markable dog. A StrwDAT or two since an incident oc curred In an Episcopal chapel which, had the scene been elsewhere, would have evoked considerable merriment. The in cumbent had commenced his discourse, when a gentleman entered the chapel, and stood respectfully and attentively listening inside the door. No sooner had t he paeach er's eye lighted upon the new-comer than, dropping the thread of his eerrnon, he said to Mm, ?' Come in, my friend, come in ; we are always glad to see those here late who can't come early." Thus addressed, the unknown individual stepped forward, and coolly took his seat, and then as coolly asked the preacher, "Would you obliee me with the text P" " Certainly," was the reply, and the request having been com plied with, the sermon proceeded. _ ' ; BOTJLraEBY. ^ : New millinery and man- ? TUAM ACKERS' KbTABLISmiENT,?gGLg& UND&It THtC 8POTSWOOJL> HOTEL. Mrs. GARRETT & CRAWFORD have just opened this new and elegant M1LLINKKY STORK, and Invite tbe attention uf tr.e ladies of Klcli mond to their beautiful stock of MIuLlNEBY GOODS. Call and see us. . . no 15?im \f ILLINJCKY.? We are now pre-^jft " iTA pared to show a choice selection of rail and Winter BONNETS, HATKEKATH-^T XKS, FLOWEB9, SAbJS and FANCY NECK RIBBONS, CHIGNONS. SWITCHES, fie., and we invite the attention of the ladles to our stock, which la complete tu every particular. H. 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CARDS WITH TEN COMMANDMENTS, LORD'S PRAYER, Ac., for Sunday Schools, $1.50 per hundred. Any of the above per mail post paid on receipt of retail price. MCCARTHY & ELLYSON, no 23 ? 4t 814 Main street. OLD AND NEW FIRMS WHICH PUR- [ , , POSE opening new account books on the 1st of January, 1871, will find it more satisfactory to have their BLANK BOOKS made np in advance of requirement for use. We are prepared to receive orders from mer- I chants, bankers, and others, for SINGLE BOOKS ! or COMPLETE SETS. We promise good books at as low prices as can be made. WOODHOUSE & PARHAM, no 16 1205 Main street. TO BOOK-BUYERS.? RANDOLPH & ENGLISH, 1318 Main street, in addition to the largest assortment of STANDARD, RARE, and MISCELLANEOUS WORKS (many of which are offered at half price) to be found In the South ern States receive all the NEW BOOK8 of value. A catalogue of new works is published every month, and sent free to all who aDply. oc 14_-d&wts TOKLET ARTIOJtg*. Good for the teeth, gums, and 1 BREATH? The CORAL ODONTO, (a supe- I rlor tooth-powder.) The COB AX j>ETEBGENT(a frapraut Wash). The WILD OHEBBY TOOTH BASTE. All prepared of the best materials, delightfully flavored, and very popular. ELKGANT TuOTH BBD8HES. For aale at WOOD & SONS\ 110 23 New Drug Store. WGLISH TOOTH BBUSHES, MADE to order ; ENGLISH TOOTH BBUSHES, with Maury'a Im provement; ENGLISH, FBKNCH, and AMERICAN HAIR BRUSHES -it DRESSING COMBS, NAIL BRUSHES, 1 c? Ac. A full stock, for sale by J. BLAIR, Drufg-Ut, no 13 838 Broad street. QARBOLIC DENTAL SOAP. Thla Soap ^cijl remove Urtar, prevent dccayof the teeth, Impart firmness to She gums, and tho roughly cleanse the month. For sale at wholesale and retall. BUBCEUL, LADD & CO., oc t2 Druggists, 1210 Main street. 0ABBOLIC SHAVING SOAP. This Soap affords a rich, heavy lather, softens the beard, and pi events all Irritation or roughness of the skin. For sale by ? : PUBCELL, LADD * CO., Druggists, 1116 Main street* oc 23 corner of 1Kb. S3 1-2 -to _ _ ; *VCTfoar Br Wellington Uoddtn, Be *1 Ifortaro Ajrent and Auctioneer, corner of Brnk and Tlth streits. ' r*OMMlPSIONP.lfs~ B AXE/ OF TWO \J VAWJABf IW THE OOTTWT*' OF rri A **T,OTT * .NEAR TO WOPS TNOFOR f> AV?> ROAN^RE JVpOT<?, O^W TAT wrK? FIVE Ht7*TT>n^t> AND FORTY ACRE". AND ffTF. OTOER I" FAFQIITER NRAR TO BAPrAF>N VOCK DEPOT. Cpw_ tatvt^g threw Hm<p>REn ? vt> f^ty ETGWT * (TR^H -OV VERY LIBERAL TERMS OF PA YMrNT.-By virtue of **o decrees pro nounced hv fire diancer? Const of the cltv of . Rich mond on 23d Julv and 18th October. 1870. respec tively. In the caaoof Brow. Ac.. against Brown's executors. 4c.. ?e. lhe nndprslgned, the twaac t'nsr rommlMlone-a appointed hv the flrs*. men tioned decree. will proceed to well at public taction *ttbe office of Welllnsr'on Goddin- Beal lEstate Auctioneer, comer of Barik ?"d 11th street*. In' the city of Hlchmond. on FRIDAY, the 2!>th *rn. vemher, iftfft. at. 13 o'clock M- M>at VALUABLE TA ??M called the "HORSE. PEN," In the county of Chtrlotte, ahont two and n half miles distant from Mosslngford nnd Boan^ke d^potft. contain ing C40 acre?, beinjr the simp land ^onnerW nwn?>d nnd occupied by the l*fe "U'm. M. "Wotkins. ad Jo'nlne the lands of Isaac C. O?rrlngton and others. On this farm there are the nsnal buildings. The . land Is of fair quality, and lhe place h'?s always been regarded as an excellent one. After which, at the same time -"nd nlace, will be sold that o'he'* Valunble farm. In the connty of Fauquier, containing 348 acres, abont two miles from Rappahannock station. being the same con veyed on the 3d Febrnarv. lfKU, by John S. Clon ton and N. E. C'opton to Marv E. Brown. On this tract there are also the usual bull dines. Terms : Enough In cash to defray the expenses of sale, and the balance In three equal instalments, at 1. 2. and 3 Tear a. respectively, with Interest addpd from the day of sale, lhe -purchasers riving their bonds with sa t Is ractory security for the de ferred payments, and the tit le retained till the "hole purchase money be paid : or. at their elec tions, paving one-third ca<h, (riving tbeir bonds witnont anv security for the balance as aforesaid, and titles retained as aforesaid. ROBERT Utiles,'! Commissioners, j In consequence of the Inclemencvof the weather the ab^ve sale was postponed till THIS DAY at the same hour. .. -r .TAMES PLEASANTS, ) pomiJ,lgoirq BOBKRT STILES, f Oemmlss rs. no 26 ByThos. "W. Keesee, A notion eer, No.' 1317 Main street. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HACKS, I. HORSSCH, jVND BUGGIFS AT AUCTTOV. By virtue of a deed of trust executed by Andrew ?T. Cosby to the subscriber, hearing dite lhe 25th day of March, 1880 duly recorded In Richmond Hu&tlcgs Court, I shall, In execution thereof, pro ceed to sell at public auction, on FRIDAY, the 25th November, at 12 o'clock M., at the stables on 5th street/ between Marshall and Clay streets, the following prApertv? to wit : 1 CL'iSfc CARRIAGE and HARNESS, 1 OPEN RTTGOYand HARNESS, 2 bay Horses. 1 BROWN HORSF, 1 BAY HORSE, 1 BAY MAR'Ci.ndCOr-T. . . Terms : Made known at the s -l*. ANDREW .II^KINS, Trustee. Sale conducted by Tnos. W. Keesee, Auct. postponement. In consequenceof the Inclemencvof the weather, the above sale is postponed until THIS DAY at 1 the 8' me honr and place. The sale will positively take place. It I By Cook & Lauehton. Auctioneers, ? corner of Governor and Franklin streets. Horses and mules at auction. THlSDAYatlo o'clock we will sell at the Horse Lot, rear of Lancasterlan School, several excellent SADDLE and HARNESS HORSES, Several well-broke MULES. It COOK & r. AUOHTON, Aucts. By Grubbs & Williams, Eleventh street, between Main and Bank. COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF A VERY VAMTABuK ESTATE ON JA MVS RIVER. FORTY MIT, Erf AB'-VE RICHMOND, AT AUCTION ? In execution of a derrce or tbe [Jlrcult Court of Goocbland countv. entered >n 8tu Sept/mber, 1870, in the cause of Brltt and lis v s '? Pemb?rton andn/s," the undesigned, ;ommIssloners thereby appointed, Bell at anc *ion, upon the premises. on SATURDAY. 26tb November. 1870, ?t 12 o'clo k M., (If fair; If not, ;hen ou the first fair day thereafter, Sunday ex ited ) the VALUABLE EST aTE of which the ate John B. Pemberton died seized, known as " Clover Forest," ljing In Goochland county, on he canal and river, at Pembertou's depot, forty rilles above Richmond, and opposite to the vll aee of C:?rtersvllle. 1> contalrs about 952 acres, if which 102 acres are flrFt-quality low grounds, 185 acres open land. and 375 acres In wood, em sraolng some fine timber. The buildings consist of an excellent brick iwesling and tbe out-houses usual on an estate or ts extent. . . , , .. A tvebed to the farm there Is a valuable landing in the canal, a storehouse, and a warehouse Th? faim lies beautifully, is in a superior neigh >orhood, and has always been regarded as very ,'aluable and productive. , u> - Terms : Cash for expenses of suit and of sale , he residue on 3 crt die. of one. two, three, androur rears, lor bonds with approved security and bear ng interest ; or. at the option of the purchaser, >ne third In cash, the residue on a credit or one, wo three, and four vears. for bonds, without per tonal security, bearing interest-in dther cjse .hetl'leto he retained by the court until all tbe jirrchase money is paid. Persons dlanosea ;o buy such a piece of pro jerty are invited to examine this before the day or iale. V. I). LEAKK5 ) JOHN IT. GUY, > Com'rs. F. r>. IRVING, > Sale to he conducted by Gbubbs & Williams, Vuctloneers. no -- High constable's sale.? i win I sell at auction, onSAT^UA Y MORMNG, November 26th, 1870, at 10 o'clock, the following iroperty. to satisfy sundry distress warrants and ;X'cu"w,?'^Li.d WATCH, 1 BILLIA RL) TABLE, 1 GCITAR, 1 SULKE.'V 2 MOCKING BIRDS, W ARDKOBES, BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, TABLES, MATTRESSES. , WASH STANDS, ch "STS. TRUNKS, CHAIRS, MIRRORS. PIOTUltKS. WIN UOW-SHADES, GUN'P, SOAP, MUSTARD, PEPI'ER. RUN LETTS, ROPE. CHAMBERS. CLOT i K.S PQsS, MATTING, &c. no 17 eodt<ls A. W. JELOSEN, H. C. C. 1?. By H. McCorinlck, Auctioneer, 1414 Main street. Large and attractive sale: OF IMPORTED AND AMERICAN CH1'1 MOS AT AUCTION BY CATALOGUE.-WIU he sold at auction, by catalogue on S ATURDAY. November 25ih, commencing at 11 o'clock, at the store No. 1314 viain street, between l3tn and 14th, ibe largest co,lectio^kOMOS ever offered for sale at auction In this city. The public, and ladies In particular. are respect Ml, tavlKd to .n.pemtomyevioy^'. STOVES THSWABE. ONYDER & IRBY, RICHMOND STOVE A>*B ARCHITECTURAL IftoS WOKKS, ^ 1000 CARY STREET, RICHMOND, \ A. First premium on our COOKING-^TOVE at the Virginia State Fairs of 1809 and 1870. First pre mium on B*me at tha (?* orth Carolina tstate Fairs of I860 and 1870. Premiums awarded after tests were actually made on the grounds. Thousands can testify that the premiums were well deserved. First premium given at the came FaLrs for best HEATING-STOVE. First premium for best COFFEE-ROASTER, a very important adjunct to the cooking-stove. FRONTS and GRATES. FEND ICRS in greit variety. HOUSE-FRONTS of most beautiful styles. IRON RAIMNG and VERANDAHS. Terms reasonable. SNYDER & 1R BY. no 18 __ List of premiums.? sunny-side HEATER, first premium: MONITOR COF FEE POT, first premium ; MUNSON'S TUBU LAR LIGHTNING-ROD, first premium; AME R ICAN CHIMNEY CAP, first premium. Agent fjr DIAMOND STATE COORING-bTOVE. M ?y be found at MoUNTCASTbE'S. ?20 Broad street. All In want of above articles should call before purchasing elsewhere. D0 10 JOHN BOWERS, (sncccssor to Yale, Bowers & Yale,) Iron Block, Go vernor street, Richmond, Va,, wholesale and retaU dealer In STOVK6 AND TINWARE; also, BIBB'S IM PROVED DIAMOND FIR K- PLACE! STOVE, for heating from one ?o four rooms. Gia Chan deliers, Gas Shades, Brackets, Ac. Plumbing, Tinning, and Gas- fitting done at short notice. House Furnishing Goods. Ac. oc 13? 2m C05FECTI05?BI?S. "VTEW GOODS ? FRESH ARRI V AL .?300 il boxes Layer Raisins, 25 frails Seedless Raisins, 10 barrt-la i*ew Currants, 10 boxes hard In ea, 25 boxes Macaroni (Italian), 200 cases Canned Toma toes and Peaches, loo dozen Asaoned Mixed Pickles, 20 half. barrels Cucumber Pickles. LOUIS J. BOSSIEUX, Confectioner, no 22 1412 Main street, j JACKSON'S CANDY FACTORY AND FANCY CAKE BAKERY, corner of Broad and 2d streets. He has fines: MALA G A GRAPES In the city, new RAISINS, new FIGS, and a full assortment of FRENCH and AMERICAN CON FECTION KRIES at wholesale and retail. He has every facility for furnishing ?11 kinds of XCEDt ORNAMENTED, and TANCT CAKES. ICE CREAM, in moulds or otherwise, to order. nofl ' , . "MfALAGA GRAPES, lYJL MALAGA GRAPES, FINE DUCHESS PEAR 8, FINE BELL PEARS, at . A. PI2ZINI ft CO'S., oc 7 -. 807 Broad street. FINEST BORDEAUX PBUNES.-Jusfc received, a small lot of EXTRA BORDEAUX oc 7 807 Broad street. AND JOB PRINTING DOFE CHEAP AT TEOB OFJIOK. 1 T>OOK X> 6811 i (6 I.. 'J ; At We$ii*K>n Goddin, Auctioneer and Real Estate Asrent. 71 .*. <o3l lAfiuinu n'u , - - the remtest of G?n?r*1 W. H. Richardson, (who has discontinued firming) I nhall sell at auction, at hlo farm on. the Weitham Plank rnvl. three and . a half miles above Richmond, on TTTEStMY, ^he 29th November, 1R70, at 12 o'clock M.. (if fair ; If not, the first fair day thereafter,) the following ar- 1 tiolcs, viz.: A Jot of superior white flint CORN ; ? _ ? A parcel of FODDER, CLOVER, HAT, OAT and WHEAT STRAW : SHUCKS ; cneflne dairy COW, fat enough for beef;, . Two breeding SOWS, half imported Hampshire, half Chester stock, with a parcel or PIGS from the samp *toek, weaned ; A lot of peuulne BHAHMA FOWL8, and some line GDTX'E A FOWLS: ? Also, one WAGON and GEAR ? CART and PEAR ; 8TB AW CUTTER ; BOOT CUTTER: TORN 8ttT5r,I>ERt T*WAP- i in G MACHINE, and a lot of FARMING IM- j ? PLEMENTH, Ac. Terms : At sale. no 2fl , .. W. GODDTN, Auctioneer. By Grnbbs & Williams, Auctioneers ^nd Real Estate Agents, Eleventh street, between Main and Bank streets. SALE OF ONB~HUNDRED AND TW'HTV-Frvrc ACP.FS OF LAND IN HERETO0 COUnTY. NEAR THE SPRING FIELD PITS, AND * N ACRE-LOT ON BROAD STREET; NEARLY OPPOSITE ^HE FAIR GROUNDS GATE, ADJOINING THE PROP ERTY OF MRS. TALLEY, AND RUNNING BACK TO THE SCUFFLETOWN ROAD? Tlie propertv above described will be sold at auc tion at onroffl?e on THURSDAY. 1st December, at 12 o'clock M? by request of J. B. Crenshaw, Esq.. and otliers. GRUBBS & WILLIAMS. no 20 Anctloneers, By Grubbs & Williams, Real Estate Aeenu, and anctloneers, Eleventh street* between Main and Bank. A FRAMED DWELLING, ON THE EAST STDE OF- SECOND STREET. BKT-1 TWEEM LEIGH AND JACKSON STREETS, AT AUCTION.? On WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of November, at 4 o'blcck P. M., we will sell the RESIDENCE occupied by Mr. T. L. Whiting, slnated as above and adjoining the property of I Mr. Garey. It has about six rooms besides a kitchen. The let Is 30 by 130 feeL Tuniis : At sale. no 28 GRUBBS & WILLIAMS, Auct'rs, By Cook; & Laugbton, Auctioneers, Corner Franklin and Governor streets.. SMOKING TOBACCO CUTTING-MA O CniNE AT AUCTION ? On TUESDAY, the 29th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell at our auc tion store One SMOKTNO TOBACCO CUf TING-MA CHINE, capable of cu'ting 1.000 pounds per day. no 23 COOK & LAUGHTON, AHct'ra, By Cook & Laugbton, Auct'rs, - corner Governor and Franklin streets. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, AC., AT AUCTION? On MONDaY, the 23th In stant. at 10 o'clock. I will s: lt at the resilience on Marshall street, between 25th and 2Stli streets, a cener.il assortment ol HOLVEHOLi) and KITCHEN FURNITURE, FFATnfCR BEDS, BEDD'NG, An excellent ROSEWOOD-CASE PIANO; together With many useful housekeeping articles. J. W. DABNEY, "poSS A dm 'r of Mrs. S. A. Dibney. dee'd. By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, Eleventh, between Main and Bank streets. Eighteen building lots in THE PLAN OF BUENV VISTA (*H> NEY), FOR SALE AT a UCTTON. ? i>n TUES DAY, 22d November, at 4 o'clock P. M.. we will sell unon the premises, THIRTEEN "BEAUTI FUL BUILDING LoT^on the north sidcol Har vie street, extending from Carter to Ritchie, each 30 by 144 feet. Also, CIVE LOTS In rear of the above, on Wil liams f^reet. each 30 by 141 feet. ( ?n these last-men tioned lots there Is a verv neit FRAMED COT TAGE RESIDE N'CF. arid on several .of the lots there are. beautiful oak shade trees. These lots all have an elevated and beautiful sit uation . In an Improving neighborhood, within a short distance of the street railway, and are espe cially worthy of the notice of persons seeking building sites at a reasonable cost. TERMS: At the sale. do 17 - GiiUBJBS & WILLIAMS, Ancts. Postponed on account of the rain until MON DAY. 28th November. *t sameho">r. no 23 GRUBBS & WILLIAMS, Ancts. jbkb.t?s, w^iyaaffis, T IQUID PEPSIN, ?J WINEOFPEPSK, ELIXIR op >>EPSIX. IRON, and BISMUTH, together, with a full assortment of SHARPS & DOIIME'ei PREPARATIONS ; (o? sale by BOoEKER & DADE, Cltv Drng tftore, no 26 No. '1444 Main s recL jpOREST'S CEDAR TAR, CROOK'S WINE "F TAR, PINE-TREE TAR Cr-RPI\L, BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES ; for sule by BODEKPR it. DADE, no 28 corner Maiu aud 15th streets. ROUGHS AND HOARSENESS. FOUGERA'S ICELAND MOSS PASTE, CARBOLIC ACID LOZENGES, BROWN'S TROCHES, WISTAR'S LOZENGES, BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS, CHLORATE POTASH TABLETS, WISTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHERRY, AYBES'S CHERRY PECTORAL, MRS. GARDENER'S LIVERWORT, COE'S COUGH BALS VM, And all the popular remedies, sold at MEADE A BaKER'S no 10 Apothecary s:ore, 010 Main street. ARNETTS COMPOUND U VEGETABLE BITTERS. The cheapest on the market. Only 75c. per bottle. Ju3t the thing for weak, delicate persona without apoetlte, feeble digestion. Ac. No mere bar-room bitters, but highly medicinal, and yet a pleasant beverage. Children are fond of it. Although in the market only a few weeks, the most flattering reports have been received and many certificates volunteered. To be found at the drug store of Dr. J. R. GARNETT, No. 615 Broad street, and drug stores generally. ? ce 6 TjiRESIl CAMPHOR ICE, LIP SALVE, and COLD CREAM, for sale by P. E. DUPUJT, Apothecary, no 15 427 Broad street. ANEW BITTER, and one of the B&ST? 1)r. PaKK'S AQUA. VIViE LIFK BIT TkRN a very agreeable AROMATIC TONIC for all debility of the stomach, and for general lassi tude of the system. fccut anywhere *?n_recript of one dollar. Address WO' >D & S < -NS, n0 03 Druggists, Oth and ><aln streets. TTSE COMPOUND ACTiE A LOZENGES vJ to relieve hoarseness, tickling in the throat, coughs, &c. Forp?al? bjUFljY, Apotbeoary, n0 is 427 Broad street. _ MACIHXERY, Ac. J^JACHINE SHOP. SLOAT A ADDINGTON. MACHINISTS, WOHK8 AND OFFICE: l-il'2 AND 1424 CAST STREET, BETW&ENFOUBTKKN'TJI AND Fikteenth Streets, Richmond, vieginh. ALL KINDS OF NEW WORK MADE ; RE PAIRING STEAM-ENGJNKS and BOILERS in city and country: TOBACCO WORK of all kinds uiade and repaired ; TOBACCO FLAT TENIN G-MILLS made and repaired In .i OHN HANCOCK'S SUPERIOR MANNER; PLAT FORM and all other kinds of SCALES REPAIR ED and ADJUSTED. AGENTS for tbe Bale of JUDSON'S PATENT STEAM-ENGINE GO VERNOR, SELDKN'S PATENT STEAM-EN GINE PACKING, Utica Company's STEAM GAUGES. These gauges ar? warranted bv us for one year, and we sell them at low prices. We keep all kinds of BRASS WORK OF SUPERIOR MAKE for STEAM-ENGINES, such as gauge cocks, oil and tallow-cups, OIL-CUPS FOR SHAFTING, SELF-FEEDERSTSTKAM-WHIS TLES, WATER-GAUGES, GLOBE-VALVES, BOILER-FLUE CLEANERS, and* general as sortment of such articles as are used by all run ning steam-engines and saw-mills. SLOAT & ADDING TON, je 15 1422 and 1324 Cary street. METBOPOLITAS WORKS. CORNER SEVENTH AND CANAL STREETS. STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES and SAW-MILLS : EARK, GRIST, and PLASTER MILLS : BOILERS, FORGINGS. CASTINGS of IRON or BRASS; MILL GEARING, Ac. ENGINES and SAW-MILLS ol various size* always on hand. Ola engines, Ac., repaired and sold on commls? alon or exchanged xor new? AH other rep&lr? promptly and satisfactorily done. Send for descriptive circulars. dn24 WTLLIAM E. TANNER A CO. SEEPBa.EJy, FLOBIS1S, Ac. POUQUETS, BASKETS, D CROWN8, HARPS, AX7) - FLORAL DESIGNS of every description, made In the best styles at ? reasonable rates, >* ' ' Also, a fine collection, of FALL PLANTS. JOHN MORTON, Florist, corner Main and Reservoir streets. Street cars pass every five minute?, oc 21? 2m N ? ? ? ?pBESH GRASS SEEDS. GLOVER, TIMOTHY. -ORCHARD, HERD, tod KENTUCKY BLUE-GRASS SIlKDS. Orders tor FRUIT TSEES^rompljr flhed.^ eett WlSM Main street. BOOK AND ^OB PBOmNONEATW KXECU235D AT THIS OFFICE. tiujSLiaiSDiurffiB's i tju w i vuv / VALUABLE TRACTS 0* LABTD.? BrTtr tue of* decree of the Circuit Court of Itonteii burg county, V*,, rendered at tb* O^toberta**"'1 thereof, lm to the ?nit of Ho*mU vi,Veoai>le shall, on the 20TH DAT OF DECEMBER, 1*. . sell at the retfflWice orw. PMI a Venabie, the following, property belonging to tho said P? C. V^*bH<5^ETHACT. lyihg partly fa Mfckle burg and cartlr In Charlotte counties, on Bit atonecritffc,, and containing ?? acre*. Thfe Im provements constat of a niQBt excellent DWELL? ING-HOUSE, and all ncccssary out-houses, In- fr thorough state of repair and preservation. The. lands are very fertile and well adapted to the: growth of wheats the grasses, and all other crops grown In this section. 2d. The BRAME TRACT, lying on middle Blae stone creek, In Mecklenburg county, adjoining the lands of Spencer McPbail and others, and con taining acres. The Improvements consist of a very good DWELLING-HOUSE, with neces rary out-hnlldings In good repair, and an excel lent young orchard of peach and apple trees. The land Is very fertile and adapted .to the growth of the usunl crops of this section. Sd. Th? HATCHER TRACT. Thitt tract lies in Charlotte county, adjoining the lands of Richard Russell, Judd, and others, and contains 310 acres. The Improvements consfstofa good DWELLING HOUSE and all necessary put-houses , in a good state of preservation. Ihls land Is also very rood, and adapted to the usual crops of the sec tion. ?h. The- BURTON TRACT. This tract ll?s In the county'of Charlotte, adjoining the aforesaid "home tract" and the lands of Beckett and oth ers, and contains 240 acres. The improvements tolerably good. The land Is of pretty much the same description as the other lands above de scribed. Possession to be given the 1st of Janu aiTj 1871. , These lands He mostly within about 15 miles of the Richmond andDanvlIIe railroad. Terms : The Mansion tract for one-third cash, and the balance on a credit of one, two, and three years, tbe purchaser to execute bonds for the de ferred payments, carrying Interest from the diy of sale, and the title to be retained until the whole of the purchase money is paid ; and as to the resi due of the property, enough in cash to pay the costs of .suit and expense* of sale, .and the balance j on a credit of one. two, three, and four years, the ! purchaser to execute bones, with approved seen- j rlty. /or the deferred payments, carrying interest; from the day of 'sale; but should the purchaser prefer, one-third cash, asdthc balance as afore said, without fecuritv. In either event, the title to be rctaine d until the whole of the purchase money Is paid. JOHN W. SPKNCEtt. Commissioner. Clabksville, Va., Nov. 15, 1870. - no 10? eodtds | /COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF TWO \J VALUABLE TRACTS OF LAND IV THE COUN l'Y OF MECKLENBURG, AND OF TWO THIRLS INTEREST IN LOT LOCATED IN THE TOWN OF CbARKSYlLLE_By virtue of a decree pronounced by the Circuit Court of Mecklenburg at the October term, 1870, of Bald conrt In the. case of Mcllwaine, Son Sb Co., Ac., against T. Carrington, Ac., I shall proceed to sell to the highest bidder, on the premises, on tfie 15th day of December,' 1870, the Tit ACT OF L A ND oil which T. C-?rflnzton now resides. This tract con tains about 472 acrts of laud, but will be surveyed before the day of sale. It lies on the south side of Roanoke river, and about one mile from the town of Clarksville. It has on It a commodious duell ing house, built of wood, snd all necessary out honses. About slxtyacres of this land Is In origi nal forest, but hss been much pillaged. Anyone wishing to purchase wtll call upon the subscriber, who will show the property. Terms : One-third of the purchase money cash; the remainder In three equal annual Instalments, the deferred payments t?> be secured by bonds of th-; purchaser, e-ich bearing Interest from day of sale, snd tlth retained ar? further security. ON THE H A. M E DAY. and by virtue of the same decree, I sh->ll ofl'er for sale tee two-third In terest In lot No. 38, iccated in the town of Clarks ville. This lot is located in the centre of the town, and has on i'. a large framed building. Tekes : Same as In the following tract of land. ALSO. ON THE 36TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1870, by the same' decree, oa the premises, another TRACT OF LAND belonging to said T. Carrlngton, lying In the upper end of Mecklenburg county, contain ing about 1,200 acres, and located on the waters of Blueatone Creek, and within eighteen miles ol Kovsvllle. This tr<ct has on It a dilapidated dwelllng-houfe and the necessary tobacco-houses. It Is well watered, has an abundance of timber, and Is considered as good as any tract in the nelga borbood. Persons wishing to purchase are re quested to examine theproperty. 'J EKiis : l! nough cash to pay cost of suit and expenses of sale. The residue In one, two, three, >?t;dfour equal annual instalments, the purchaser executing bonds with sufficient security for the deferred payments, bearing interest from day of sale, *ud title to be retained until full pa>mentof the purchase money ; or the purchaser may, at his option, piy onerthlrd cash and execute his bonds for the residue without other security th?n the title retained rut aforesaid. Possession in each case to be given 1st January, 1871. JOHN R. LEIGH, no 17? eodtds Special Commissioner. H By Francis T. Tsbell. Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, Eleventh street, between Main and Bank. OUSE AND LO~TAlTD HOUSEHOLD FUR MTU RE, ON THE WEtT -IDE OF THiIiD STRKET. NEAR THE SHOOKOE HILL CEM.lTERY, FOR SALE AT AUCTION. By virtue of a deed of trust executed b> D:nn1s Butler and Martha Ann his wife, dated the 18th day of November, 1359, and duly recorded in the clerk's office of Richmond Hustings Court, D. B. 74. A., page 113, 1 eliall, as substituted trustee, at the request of the beneficiary therein named, pro ceed to sell at public auction, upon the premises, on WEDNKSDaY, the 30th dav of November, 1870, at 4 o'clock P. M>. a certain lot. piece, or parcel of LA ND. with a TWO-STORY FtiA MED HOUSE thereon, ceslvnated as Lot No. 10 on a plat annexed to a deed from D. Judah to A. A. Huehes located an above stated, and all of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of every kind be longing to the said Butler. 1 he L*>T fronts 25 l'eet on 3d street, and runs back 116 feet to an altev. TkkmS : At sale. FRANCIS T. ISBELL, no 22 Substituted Trnstcc. By S. H. Gover. POSITIVE SALE*" OF OYER SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS' WOkTH OF BOOKH, STATIONERY. J>T<>RE FIXTURES, MILLER'S SAFE. OFFICE FURNITURE. Ac., AT AUCTION? I shall pell without reserve at the store No. 276 west Baltimore street, near Mc Clennel alley, on MONDAY MORNInG, Novem ber 2?ith. at* 10 o'clo k all the stock of BCOKS, STATION K BY, FIXTURES, &c., contained therein, consisting in part of a large quantity of SCHOOL BOOKS, now in use, of the latest series. ALSO, GLOBES, BLACKBOARDS. SLATES, COPY-BOOKS. LETTER, CAP. and N'?TK PAPER, * STEEL PENS, Ac.: together with a large variety of articles particu larly adapted for the use of public and private schools. ALSO, STANDARD and Mjl-C>;LLANEOUS BOOKS; In greas variety. ALSO. 1 medium-sized MILLER'S SAFE, nearly new ; SOLID WALNUT DESKS, OFFICE CHAIRS, STOOLS, CHANDELIERS, Ac. The STORE FIXTURES embrace the COUNTERS. Hardsome GLASS SIDE CASES, with besutlful cornices ; COUNTER SHO WCASES, OILCLOTH, &c. The eutlre stock, Ac., will be offered In one lot. and if not so disposed of will be sold In detached parts. The whole will be held for private sale previous to day of auction. SAMUEL H. GOVER, Auct'r, no 21 ? ot 84 west Baltimore street.^ FOR SALE.? As executor under the will of Ralph Dickinson, dec'd, I am authorized to \ sell his entire estate, both real and personal. On i WEDNESDAY, November 30, 1870 (If fair; if not, the first fair day,) I will sell at public auction, on the premises, all the PERSONAL ESTATE of Ralph Dickinson, dec'<l, consisting of 1 HORSEK CATTLE, HOGS, Crops of CORN, OATS, FODDER, HAY, PLANTATION UTENSILS, KITCHEN FURNITURE, &C. The land, consisting of THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACHES, or more, will be offered for ; sale on the same d ly. If fair value Is offered for it It will be sold ; if not, then rented for the ensu- j Intr year. This farm lies In Louisa county, in two milts of Trevlllian's depot, on the Chesapeake and , Ohio railroad, within ten miles of Uordonsvllle and seven of Louisa Court-House. It borders on j the celebrated Green Springs neighborhood, and 1 f>artakcs of the nature of its soil, as Indicated in , ts fertile granite. It is well watered, lies beauti- i fully, well enclosed, and adcalrablv adapted to clover, corn, wheat, and tobacco. In all of e?ld crops It Is' Justly regarded as verv productive. The dwelling Is * two-story frame house, with eight rooms. Orchard Ac. This sale furnishes a rare opportunity for buy ing largely of corn, hogs, tobacco, and other pro ducts. Terms made known on day or gal*. . _ RALPH DICKINSON, Jb., no 11 ? tlfitD Adm'r. with the will annexed* By Lee & Goddin, Auctioneers -nd Real Estate Agents, U13 Main street. Frame welling and lot, on 801T PH SIDE OF LEIGH ST., BETWEEN FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH, FRONT ING 3d 3-4 YKS>T AND KXTWNDING BACK 120 FKET.? On WEDNESDAY, the 30th Instant, we will sell the propeity above described, occu- < pied by Mr. ? , and paying a good rent. TERMS : At sale. This property caa be bought privately before (be dav of aale. * ? hale conducted by E. D. EACHO. no 21 LEE A GODDIN, Auctf. MARSHAL'S SALE.? By virtue of a i writ of venditioni exponas Issued out of clerk's office of the United States District Court, district of Virginia* the 10th day of November, 1670, I will offer for sale at auction, for cash, on i TUESDAY, November 29th, at 13 o'ciock M-. the SCHOONER "Startled Fa*u,'? her TACKLE, APPAREL, BOATB, and FllRMTUKlf. Thel vessel may be seen at the basin, near l?tn street, : where the sale will take pUce. i IttXrfSOV. ??.?VvlD B. PARKER, no li?Wt U. 8. Marshal. sett ov ooxsn Ptt?30"uv>";,yi jTS, 60 nerte PAINTED TUBS, JS ? HA L F-B q? H WL ilK A SUREB, KSSmplTLKBtTTBB-CJLNg, SD G AB^BOXEkp yF g & HARVEY. VOU CAN BUY ANYTHING YOU X WANT IN THtf WOOD LINE at so IS . WACHHMHfifc A HAftVB??S. ssae**"- -wrrnmna. ? ???***' ? I9H WME8 BIVEE. -The fast t(d V"\?AiWH n?i nuu n fij ttsue td ?? nect with stfcamfers for Baltimore and potau N^rth. Train leaves Ofty Point for Petersburg on Ar rival of rteamer. Fare to Norfolk..... .12.5# Excursion tickets to Norfolk and return.... toe! Freight received Tuesdays, Thursdays, and ?*Z tourdays, for Norfolk. Portsmouth, Boston* Balti more, and principal landings on Chesapeake bay and all regular landings on James river, at BEa? 8OWABI1S RATES. Freight received from 7 1 M? till 0 P w M* '< ;? Freight for way landings must be prepaid. L. B. TATUM, General Agent, sel ? Offtec. Company's wharf. JMPORTANT TO WESTERN ' SHIPPEBS. THE POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY AND THX BALTTMOBE AND OHIO BAILBOAD COMPACT'S TROUGH LIN* TO THE WEST offer superior Inducements to sblppers of TO BACCO, WHISKEY, BACON, CASDLE3, Ac. to and from the west at lo*v rates, quitek tlra? and less handling than any other lioe. All western and eastern* bound freight delivered to and received l'rom on board the cars of tbe Bal timore and Ohio Railroad Company at Locust Point, saving transfer by drays and exposure to weather In Baltimore. Ihro^S HlUof ? my 17 Agent. -PHILADELPHIA RICH X MONDAND NORFO^STEAM-2___ SHIP LINE-FOB PHIL ADEL PHIA TWICE A WEEK.-Steamers NORFOLK, EMFEBE, and J. S. GREEN, composing this line, will leave Phila delphia every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, ana Richmond every MONDAY andTHtJBSI) \i, alcernarely. Freight received dally (except Bun days), cheaper th.tn by any other route, for all parts of Pennsylvania and New Je^sfty ; also for New Orleans via douthern Mail Steamship Lii* for Philadelphia. Freight taken for Norfolk at moderate rales. Passage to PbUadelphiA, including meals and stateroom, $8. _ W. P. PORTER, Agnnt, No. 8425 Dock str< et, Richmond. * WM. P. CLYDE 4 C J., Agents, No. 14 N orth W harves, *nd se 8 No. 1? South Wharves, Philadelphia, JOHN W. . WYATT, GENERAL 8HIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 3 GOVXRXOE RICHMOND, VA. POST-OiTI'JX BOX IS. JOB LIVERPOOL A:-.D ^ QUESNBTOWN. dtmanline of mail steamebs. UJUL1K MOM NEW YORK EVEBY SATURDAY, AND ALTERNATE TUESDAYS. BATES OF PARejAOJL. Payable in Gold ? Payable in Currtncy. First cabin -...$75 To London....? 80 To Paris W Steerage.... lio To London 33 To Paris. so Tickot3 sold to sad from Eajrlsnd, irelanu, and the Continent, at moderate rat?. For further information aooiv at the Company1! offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent. 1 5 Broadway* New York; or to JOHN W. WYATT, Agen:, Richmond, Va. FOB NEW YORE. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. . The splendid new side -wheel airam3hlp3 ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA- RIAGAKA, ALUR MAKLE, and HATTEBAH, leave New York for Norfolk. City Point, and Richmond, every TUES DAY, THU BSD AY, and BATIJBDA Y at a o'clock p. M. Leave Richmond ers ry TUESDAY, V RI DAY, and SUNDA Y, et tide. These ships are entirely new. They nave oie/aat saloons and staterooms. The far?^ accommoda^ tiona, end attention, are unsnrpasced, Cloiie connections made with steamers for a!l southern and European porta. ; Insurance effected, when ordered, AT A Q'JAB TEROFONE PER CENT., at theoffleea of thU eomcanv. For further information apply to JOHN W. WYATT. Agent, my 26 No. J Governor street. P GROOTJra, 4C. URE PEACH BRANDY. FUKK APPLE nllAMJY. OING 'R BBAN'?Y. California branoy. CALIFORNIA WINES. And a foil assortment of Imported WINES and LIQUORS. [no 23] J. B. KIuD. L EGG'S FAMILY FLOUR. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. HOMINY' A ND GltlTS. CANNED PEACHES AND TOMATOES. CHi N f SE PRfSKRVKSof various kinds. ASSORTED JRLLIKS. LUCCA OLIVE OIL. In flieks. And many FANCY GROCERIE-'. no 26 J. B. KII)r>. ^TMORE'S MINCE MEAT. N ?W RAISING, NEW CURRANTS, VKVT CITRON. PRESERVED GINGER, GELt ATINE, Ac.. Ac., Ac. A fresh supply Just received at Siii.Il?DS A CARY'S, n0 24 ' M9 Broad strefL "PRESERVED GINGER, &o.? 20 jar* WD1S. ouw P' iiuhj j , i- vy - RaISINS, 60 qjatter and half box s RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITR' ?N, *nd HONEY. WM. G. DA. DK'DGE A CO.. no 24 W Broad street. Buckwheat and honey-drIp SYRUP. ? 23 aacis VIRGINIA BUCK WHEAT, 200 gallon"? i'fTL'E HON* ? Y-DRIP, WM. G. DAN DB1DGE A CO.. no 24 837 Broad street. T?AMILY ROE HERRINGS.-50 half X barrels W'OD'SItOK HERRINGS. WM. G. DANMKIDGE A CO., do 24 ?zl Broad street. FRESH AND DESIRABLE GROCE RIES. joo bags fair to choice RIO COFFEE, loo bags choice i. AG UAYR A Do., oo basts old Government JAVA and ARABIAN Do* 600 barrels HK FINED SUGARS- A, Crwlwd, Gran., FoVd. and Cut, 250 barrels N. C. CUT HERRINGS, 500 bago SHOT, 250 packages CANDLES; 500 boxes OAKuEY'S SOAPS, 25 hlids. fcluF 8 and SHOULDERS; 400 barrels YELLOW SUGAR, 80 hhda. tTlr to choice P. W. SUGARS. SOLE LEATHER, GKAIN PFPPEB, GIN GER, SAUCER'S MUSTARD, choice G. P., yncen. Chop, and Gold Chop and OolontrTEAf. We are prepared, notwithstanding the rrv*i flood, to accommodate our friends and the tr*de generally. ocS S. C. TARDY A CO. 1^0 CAKE-MAKERS AND BAKE Hi?. 25 bbls. LOZ^NGfTFTwD? R V.D SUGAR* 25 bbls. standard PMVD'.cRED SU 0 * R. SO bbls. standard GRANULATED feUGAB, 250 bbls. A^ B, Ex. C, and CRUSHED SUGARS. no 23? lw A. Y. STOKES A CO. jgXTRA ?CM SUGAR. 100 birr els EXTRA "C" 3L*G JLR, loo barrels "AAB" SUGAR, 500 bags BIO COFF!' P. no 8 A. Y. J'TOK KS* CO.^ HERRINGS.? 20!) liar rels new EAST ERN HERRINGS; tot* h tlf-Virrels EAST ISBN HERRINGS, tnlly .jxpe for sale, to ar rive, by oc 18 RTD-1- F. W. f.LIA-MS A CO. SUGARS AND SYRUPS.? 15 hotheads 0 good to ch >!<?<? OUT ? RICO SUGAR, tS barrels choice A ML Lit SYRUP, 28 barrels com mon SYRUP. For sate 'ry , 00 ? ROBERT F. WILLIA MSA CO. BACON AND LARD.? 20 hotheads and boxes CLEAR RIB SIDES, SHOULDERS' and BREASTS; 50 tierces, half- barrels, and kff* PRIME LEAF LABD. For tale by OC18 ROBERT F. WILLIAMS A CO. CO F F E E.? RIO, LAGUAYBA, and OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COKFtf, icr sale by GORDON A GRINOAN. no 23 Pearl Block. T3ACON, BACO N.-SIDES, SHOUlI I) DEBS? BREASTS, and HAMS, reoslvlfl* this d*y, for *?l? bv no 14 ROBERT F. WILLIAMS A TO. Kn HHDS. PORTO RICO SUGAR, WU WI bbls. YELLOW SUGAR, 500 bags BIO COFFEE, no 23? l<r A. Y. STOKES A CO._ Hominy, grits, and buck wheat FLoUB. no 23-1* V A. Y. STOKE8 A CO.. 1 /CAROLINA RICE.? Fresh CAROLINA BICE, a prime article, for sale by I no ? GORDON A C SIN GA N, Pearl SYRUP S.? S U G A R-H 0~US ? and GOLD C N 8YKUP3. fur sale by , . no 23 GORDON A CRI N GA X. Pearl BloU-_ T>EFJNED COFFEE SUGARS, various NO &%RDO?>, AIRING AN, Pearl Block. siiv0fliAS0% "WHEELER A WILSON SEWING VV MACHINES, aekjjcwkdgwi to ^ Uw?*jj SJ'&EKI AND IN USE ! Awarded tht int prtalo* ?l theWorlrt's Fair different ? -t- ~ ovhtbkfcd for family P"rPi-^