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Richmond gispfrft
MONDAY APRIL 2l>, 187 1
Knrl y Vlol??*.
High through the
The cloud* move *weet with rain,
Fhrcy, and white. and pure.
Sheep ?u*??ntiy plain,
White suddm drop* are Wow
And splinter on the i?m\
O. r?>r the April wood*
Tint never shadow hold,
Kre*h with the shining teaves,
sm^t with the odorons ta?nld f
And C>. for primrose nook*
< >f greenness starred wiUv?;?ld r
( ?. for the hedgerow ways
Winding ftrongit loamy field*.
Where haMt and fre>h
lt.? scent the ?/<*?? r yieldv
And deep In rirt ntt*cleff
Its Are the cixjchh *Melds
fcMi*i<trfar tlnn .ill
Th< WeczV world. where liMfi
Its nofll v-f:'t iKXf no<> k ?>
The violets, AjvnI V H ldcr
Of tlwlrown l?nvi^l '* rnji <1
iirv iu sweut glu?J?? dtxxncU;
Tht-e t?> r,'?-'ir haunts
jjcciillctht yonug and fan,
Thonirb sunny gleams were wan,
\?<f htviM? chilled the a!r;
la" jov and beauteous things
The be.iiitifttl will chare.
And. .<*??*>? bright and brief.
Bciwtxt the Tin d and bloom,
Thoiiv'hfy M fhy violet nooks
? Will darfc&t Jiours illume.
Will vfcld tli> bright n??s llcltf.
And sweeten all l IV* gloom !
May mine.
land Iaw in Enfirlaml? ?Wftnrfe In ttic
Nonse of Common# on taW of
EpfaiI?Po?itlou of Mr. DterfttW and
!?.' Gladstone.
From the KcgtfTa?' Correspondent of the Tribune.
Iondok, April 11.? A minority of eighty-one
votes in the House of Comfflbns in favor of a
cljange iq the law of entail aift* the settle
ment of land is a surprising1 fact. To the
.Englishman nothing is so sacred as lanC?* un
less it be the law which creates a monopoly
in it. I think it was about a year ago that a
meeting was held in London to propose not
merely an alteration in the law of transfer,
but a fundamental change in the very pro
perty in land. Mr. Mill lent the sanction of
liis noiiife fl?? kfra that nobody has an ab
solute right to fctm/, IrtJt only to the enjoy
ment and ustifruct of it ; arguing that as the
quantity of land is limited and cannot be in
creased,- while the use of it is absolutely ne
cessary to the existence of society, society
alone, or in other words the State, has right
Of ownership in it. In other days such a
meeting might have taken twenty years to
flud un echo in Parliament. In these days
we are getting on very fast, and the debate
and vote of Tuesday night have a very
direct relation to ideas and movements far
more radical than Mr. Fowler or his sup|>ort
ers would be ready to accept.
Mr. Fowler's resolution does not go very
for. First attempts generally do not. It
was to the eifect that the present state of the
law as to the eutnfl and strict settlement of
land discourage the investment of capita! in
the development of agriculture, and increase
Hie complication of titles and the expense
and delay incident to the transfer of real es
tate. This, as you see, hardly does more
than propose to facilitate the transfer of land.
It is not in any ^iwe a movement to abolish
the title in land, btflf fV>' multi]>ly titles, and
cut into the existing ntafopolies of laud, and
put land now nearly on a fcval with j)ersonal
projHTly. lint the etlect of an* such motion
is to open the whole question, md when
once it is open it is hard to say how if will be
dosed. The approved Conservative tactics
in su'6h cases are to stifle debate by a "count
out." '1 hey were tried on Tuesday, but un
successfully. Atf honorable member called
the Speaker's atterfrkm to the fact that less
than forty members -S-eve present, but the
Speaker, after the proper taterval, contrived
to discover the needed fort}'/ the debate
went on.
It was by no means a great debate, but it
was a very interesting and significant one.
>Ir. Fcftvier did not hesitate to say thaS the
two evils he (ought to remedy were? first,
the defective production of th# soil ; and
sfecondlv, the defect in the social condition of
the people. The English tenant seems hardly
less in need of relief than the Irish tenant
was before the Irish land bill brought him a
certain measure of relief. The laborer sut
lers jfi cSm&'on with his immediate employer.
On that pofnt I iieed not enlarge. Mr. ilol
yoake, whose knowledge of the condition of
the agricultural population does not date
from last week's strike, has given you such
details of the Warwickshire struggle as
might seem incredible were his testimony
less trustworthy. It was a fortunate co
incidence by which Mr. Fowler's mo
tion in the House of Commons came cm
at the time when public attention had
been turned to a kindred topic. A strike
amid all its disadvantages having this one
great advantage that it does compel atten
tion. The newspapers here have given fairly
good accounts of the Warwickshire move
ment. Au account which excited still keener
interest was that published by the Daily
Netcs of the laborers on Mr. Disraeli's estate
and others in Buckinghamshire; wry
cleverly done as it was, aud still more cleverly
because following close upon Mr. Disraeli's
speech in which this class of topics had been
prominently discuBsed. Mr. Fowler made ;>
point bv quoting a fragment of the descrip
tion. Mf. Disraeli was almost the sole occu
lt of the txotn opposition bench through
out the debate, 5fltl be naturally felt called
upon to defend his ntl^lib^r8 and friends.
But the thing to be l&taeed is that Mr.
Disraeli himself was obligitf to admit that
the general question is one well 'deserving the
attention of Parliament. Sir. Gladstone con
curred heartily, and said even uiv'rv emphati
cally that the entire subject of tho* laws ol
entail,' stftkmjent, and limited owners.'tip, de
mands early and' furious consideration. i*ut
Mr. Gladstone was, & ministers always i>re,
opposed to abstract resoTftttons, and wanted
Mr. Fowler to withdraw the one he had
brought forward, so that the Government
might be at liberty for a free, unprejr*ttced,
and impartial discussion by and by. StMh ?
request, implying a sort of pledge that the
Ministry would take the subject up, is gene
rally acceded to, but Mr. Fowler declined,
and wisely declined. He wished, he said, to
obtain the opinion of the House, and ii
any right honorable gentleman felt 11
impossible to give an opiniofl, he had
Only to walk otit 6f the House# It it
seldom that a minister gets so plain an an
swer as that. The division list shows that
Mr. Gladstone thereupon wditt into the lobby
with the noes, taking most of his colleagues
with him ; but neither Mr. Forster nor Mr
Stansfcld voted. It is the old story of the
Government ? though this was not a Gov
ernment question? finding its chief support
among iU> opponents. Of the 103 noes onl>
32 were Liberals, and 17 out of the 32 wen
members of the Administration. Amou?
Mr. Fowler's supporters were Mr. Bouverie
Lord F. C. Cavendish, Mr. Fawcett, Mr
Vernon Harcourt, and Mr. Vllliers Thi
greatest value of the Paliamcntary discus
sion is that it promotes discussion in thi
newsjapers and elsewliere. Even the Conset
vatives, under Mr. Disraeli and Lord Derby
are ready to take the lead, not, in
deed, in upsetting the land tenure
but in social questions of a differ
ent kind. They are going in for sanitar
legislation as probally the legist harmful forn
of social improvement, If Mr. Disraeli ha<
been a little more frank, the other day, abou
his programme, be would have declared him
self ready to accept as much of the Libera
programme as he must He only wants t<
be allowed to choose his measures. He ha*
an ally in Mr. Odger, who announced al
Norwich on Wednesday that he would, if Ik
had the power, torn out Mr. Gladstone and
bis colleagues, in the hope of re]>caling the
tactics of 1867, and in the belief, which many
Liberals share, that more can be got out oi
the Tories than out of a half Whig Ministry.
Mr. Bright's return to Loudon marks an
undoubted improvement in his health, but
cannot be taken to mean that he is going to
work in his old fashion in Parliament. From
all 1 hear, I should sav that his mental vigor
is equal to occasional, but not to sustained
efforts. The letters from him that have from
time to time beeu published prove that he
has lost notbiug of his rare power of con*
denaed and energetic statement He looks
after his oyvfi business as much as ever, per
haps mp re than usually, because be has
looked after other meij's h-*n. Perhaps I
pjoy say that his illtiet* uinl Jm partial
seclusion (bom political life have tcnddtl
to atrengthen the conservative influeri
cw that latterly have gained attch a
hold on Mr. Bright. Some Americans who
have been accustomed to look on Mr. Bright
as a Radical 1 wider may be surprised at Ills
letter of this week declining the first Presi
dency of the British republic. There is no
cause for surprise. That letter does not con
tain a word out of harmony with 3Ir. Bright s
career or with his previous declarations. He
inerelv states in a strong way what cvery
body knew he felt, lie is sincerely attached
to the existing form of government, and has
an Englishman's horror of change. The
slightly contemptuous tone of the letter is
i iot lc*s characteristic. Mr. Bright is by rio
mejins one who likes being in a minority for
it,* own sake. G. W. S.
Angora Goat. ? A gentleman in thfcs
county, who has gone into the Augoni go.it
business extensively, and has a large flock of I
goat", last fall built a spacious corral ami '
erected weather-proof sheds that he might
protect his property from inclemcnt weather.
When the first heavy storm came he drovxj
all his goats into the corral when night coma.
Late in the evening he thought he woukl go
and look after his property. A careful ox- 1
umination disclosed to the" astonished goat
owner that not one of his live stock was tu be
found inside of sheds or corral. Just as our
Angora capitalist was about to leave in the
profoundest disgust with his investment, he
happened to elevate his lantern and cast his
eye* upward, when lo, and behold! there
was hh* entire Hock of groats perched on top
of the nfoed he had constructed with ho much
care and expense, evidently enjoying tlxp
heavy raittfrtonii which was pouring down.
Who says that goats won't thrive anywhere
after this ? ? Weaterstille ( Cal.) Journal .
i Speaking about tli? bad weather of last,
btffidiry, they tell a good joke on a well-known
young man, who Jigures extensively on
' 'Change, About 10 o'clock on Sunday forc
noon he stepped into a popular restaurant
for breakfast, When he had finished he
started to go out, when he saw for the first:
.time that it was snowing. He trembled,
i looked up at the sky, glanced in at the large
mirror over the cashier's desk, and turned
pale. Beckoning to one of the proprietors,
he said : " Charley, is it snow ing oat doors 'i "
?' Ves, indeed it is," was the reply. " Thank
Heaven," sa?l the poor fellow. *' I wasn't
sure about it. I knew tJiat it was raining
like the devil when I came in." Then,
grasping the proprietor bv the hand, and
(lowering his voice, he said; "Old bov, I;
thought I had 'em again.? Chicago Times.
At a recent trial the counsel for the prose
cution, after severely cross-examining a wit
ness, suddenly put on a look of severity, and
exclaimed :
?< Now, sir, was not an efi'crt made to in
duce you to tell a different story ??"
" A different story from what I have told,
do you mean !' "
" That's what I mean."
" Yes, sir ; several persons have tried to
get me to tell a different story from, what I
have told, but they couldn't."
"Now, sir, upon your oath, I wish to
know who those persons are."
" Well, you've tried about as hand us any
of them."
JJe wa-que-tioned no further on that point.
Ri'AV. ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE, j
HOMED* VIRGIN A.
On sale PLANTATIONS, FARMS. SUBURBAN
and CITY RESIDENCES. and TOWN LOTS. Se
veral FIRST-CLASS ESTATES ou James river,
and others in different sections of the State, l'rices
low and term* accommodating.
W. B. ROBINS,
ap 2P-d,sw&wjiu 1114 Main street.
H)R SALE PKIVATELyTtHAT MOST
DESIRABLE LOT at the southeast corner of
.Main and Fourth streets, -luxloo feet. Applv to
J. L. APPEKSON.
ap 27-flt Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
T? OH SALE OR RENT, THAT DESIRA
X BLE DW ELLING No. 1220 cast Broad street :
Hewn rooms: water closets aiul iKith-rooins: kitchen
?with live rooms ; all in good order. Apply ?.o
J. L. APPERSON,
ap 27-Ot Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
OR SALE]? A SMAJLL~ HOUSE, six
l moras, on Franklin near Twontv-flrst street.
Very desirable BUILDING LOT 011 Fifth street
Let ween Clav and Leigh.
Nice little HOUSE (new) with large garden, iu
" Fulton," everything In good order.
Small HOUSE in Manchester, lot fronts 70 feet bv
160 feet.
Small TENEMENT, three rooms. 011 Maddox Hill,
tcj'v cheap.
KkA.MED HOUSE, five rooms, on Church street,
Oregon Hill.
Three small FRAMED HOUSES near Chesapeake
and Ohio railroad shops.
Five-acre garden LOTS 011 Meadow-Bridge road,
two miles from city.
Beautiful LOT in Sidney corner Pine and Cum
berland streets.
Fifty BUILDING LOTS at *mn cacti, easy pay
ments, in Holladav's addition, beautifully located."
Fifty BUILDING LOTS at *30 each, monthly pay
ments" iu the town of Woodville, extension of Twen
ty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets.
Two very desirable BRICK DWELLINGS located
Ifl excellent au?l convenient neighborhoods.
E. B. NEWBURN.
aj?27-3t lol l Main street.
F
Homestead lots at low prices.
We ore authorized to sell SEVERAL PRETTY
BUILDING LOTS in an Improving part ol' Church
Hill at a very reasonable price. This is a rare chance
for men of moderate means who wish a homestead
lot without a considerable outlaw
ap 27-1 w* LYNE ft BROTHER.
B
UILDING LOTS FOR SALE.? Tho.sc
THREE BUILDING LOTS on the east side of
Second street between Byrd and Arch streets, front -
luif dvt feet each. and runniug back llo feet to au al
lev, are offered for salf privately. Applv to
GRUBBS & WILLIAMS,
ap'.'3-2w* Real Estate Agents.
TShkaf homes for WORKINGMEN
Vj ON EASY TERMS.? FIFTY LOTS iu the town
ofWoodville near the extension of Tweuty-tifth
ami Twenty-seventh streets. Lots i>5 by 123 feet to a
wide alley. Price only each, pavalJe in easy
monthly instalments. E. B. NE WBURN,
up ?3-6t 1014 Main street.
By Richardson Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
No. 1113 Main 6trcet.
BUILDING LOTS IN WOOD
V1LLE, AT THE NORTHERN TEKMi
NUS OF TWENTY-FIFTH STREET, FOR SAL>
upon such terms as to enable every' ??e to purchase,
however small his means. & co.,
j^p20-lm 1113 Main street ?
FOR SALE, It FINE FARM, lour and 11
half miles from the city, on the Richmond
Fredericksburg and Potomac railroad. Terms iibe
?"? -AWlyatoBtaolw. K TANNER 4 CO..
ap 2-1 m 11? sou tli Seventh street.
.200
SIMMER RESOKT8.
0APON SPRINGS AND BATHS,
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, WEST VA.
Via WiNcmssTKit, Va.
This deltglr, ful watering-place has been thor
oughly refitted. and is now kept in the best moderi
st vie* Its water.* are ALKALINE, and have a widt
celebrity for thei'r prompt and happy action In Dvjr
pepsia< Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, In
cluding Calculus; in various Skin Diseases, and k
tbeiraoi?iri*bk! effft'ts on the female constitution
The air of Capon la unsurpassed In all the moun^
tains of Virginia for salubrity, elasticity, and dry
"'its SPLENDID BATIiS were declared bv Sh
Henry Bulwcr, when "ii a visit here with Mr. Web
ster, as hardly equalled by auything he had seen ii
Europe.
For our pamphlet* with full particulars of rates
charges, Ac., <?c., apply tf PiltcEXL, Ladd &, Co.
druggists, (with whom wc Juive placed the WATEII
on sale,) or to the undendcaied l?y mall.
ap 19-lui FRAZlKlt & SALE, Proprietors.
JglTTERS, BITTE1XS.
50 dozeu Hostctter's Blttsrs, 12 dozen VInega.
Bitters, 12 dozen Plantation .Bitters, 12 dozen Ba
ker's Bitters, Hoofland's Bitters, HattorTs Bitters
Moffat's Bitters, CO dozen pints and ouarts genulm
Woirs Schiedam Schnaps. For saje i?y
BODEKER BROTHERS, Druggists,
ap 22 No. IKlMain street.
JJOOFING, ROOFING.
J. L. WHITTAKER,
GRAVEL, TIN, and SLATE ROOFER,
1317 Car? street between Thirteenth and Virginia.
filth 31-1111 J
rjno TOBACUO MANUFACTURERS.
ADVANCES OF SEVE*TY PER CENT. IN
ou ascertained value, will lie .ou Wlta of lading
of consignments to o.*l{ house.
INTEREST AT RATE OF SIX *"EK C ENT. PER
ANNUM.
PROMPT RETURNS MaJ>E- ,
with check for balance due shipper iinr?.,cdlately on
sale of goods.
Sole lnii>orters of the El Gallo brand
SPANISH MASS LICORICE.
HOFFMAN, LEE ? CO.,
Tohacco Commission Merchants,
*p U-eogm 03 Exchange Place, Baltimore, Aid.
JJERRY BASKETS AND CRATES.
. t THE MELLI8H BERRY BASKET, _ '
the best aud cheapest In use. Our Crates are of the
best manufacture, and lower in price than other ma
kers. Send for circulars.
BAIRD, ROPER & CO.,
t*P ferry Wlmrfi Norfolk, Va,
/ ? _ FOB XEHT.
F" 3R SALE, ft HALF~ OR WHOLE IN
TEREST IN A PATENT for the State of Vir
ginia wist of the Blue Rldgc. A live man witli hut
very i?maH capital rati make a fortune. For particu
lars and aa limstlgatlon, call at Amerlcau Hotel,
room 32. ap 29-11*
17 OR RENT, the AMELIA SULPHURflft
X? SPRINGS, with all neccsgary furniture, forJEliil
the season. Apply at 1303 Main street, Richmond,
Va. ap 3P-2t*
T?OR RENT, TWO~ DELIGHTLUL,
A LARGE. AND AIRV ItOOMS and ONKJSal
SMALL ROOM on the second floor, and one pleas
ant and dn* ROOM In the basement. -Apply at No.
Ill west Mala street. ap 27-2t?
170R KENT. ? Having purchased ng$|
residence on Main street. I will rent until gLl/J
' r.n-1.1 M\-r: I .,1 present
'OR RENT, a n Kit BRICK TENE->
Jl MEJfT on SccoihI street, between Main audi
Franklin streets, containing six rooms: kitchen,
Ac. fap 2 7-3 1 J LYNE A BROTHER.
FOR RENT, h FARM on the Nine-Mile
or Cralghton road, one and a half miles from
thecltvof Richmond, containing ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTEEN ACRES, with >:ood Improvements.
To a good and acceptable tenant the rent will be verv
"gfSSt0-. LYNE A BROTHER.
FOR KENT, new tliree-story BRICK ggi
TENEMENT on Ninth street, third doorn'fl
from Leigh street, containing six rooms, Ac,
ap 27-Ot LYNE A BROTHER.
MARKET-GARDEN FOR RENT OR#*
ItJ. lease We -will Icuko or rent out our .ffilai
place, on the continuation of Thirtieth street within
a half mile of the city. It has on it a good dwelling
with six rooms, and good out-houses. It Is well en
closed with a good fence, and in a high state of cul
tivation.
V. 1IECHLER. Jn.. A BROTHERS,
np 23-1 w Stalls No. IS and 20, First Market.
FOR RENT.? The STORE on Broad??j
street lietwecn Ninth and Tenth, at present laix
occupied by Saunders Ycrgcr & Co., will be lor
rent May 1st.- Apply to
MANN S. VALENTINE,
ap 23-6 1 1208 Main street.
WANTS.
IIT ANTED, n ^good COOK. WASHER
if and IRONER. Recommendations required.
Apply >it my residence, 40S Third street, or office, j
Sliockoe Warehouse.
ap 20-1 1* ARCHIBALD ROLLING.
WANTED, a HOUSE-SERVANT at No.
t T 1011 Clay street? a girl to do housework pre
ferred. ap 20-lt*
WANTED, a QUICK, ACTIVE BOY, to
BOTTLE ? one who Is not afraid of work.
ap 20-lt R. W. POWERS & CO.
WAX TED, a GOOD COOK, nt 412 Eighth
street, between Marshall and Clav streets. I
_ ap 20-3t
~yXT ANTED, a ROOM with BOARD for7i
T T geutieuianand wife, furnisr.ed or unfurnished,
on tirst or second floor. State terms aud location.
Address '? B..M Disjiatch office. ap 27-2t*
WAN TED, a good N URSE. None n eed
apply unless well recommended. Apply at |
414 west Franklin street. ap 27-3t*
TTTANTED to rent i? GOOD DWELLING
t r for a moderate-steed family, within live mie
I'.'/rf Ma,k ?f Nluth and Main streets, on Shoekoe
liU? not to exceed live or six hundred dollars per
tonum. Address, JONES,
ap Dispatch office.
WANTED, a customer for ONE GAL
LON daily of PURE MILK by a party not In
the business. I artlculars can be learned bv culliuir
at the store of Messrs. Caictku A Chkisthx.
ap .'ti-3t*
TITAN TED, A PROFESSOR OF MO
T * DERN LANGUAGES in tlie Texas Military
Institute. A graduate of the University of Vir
ginia *hp has studied In Europe preferred. Address,
with t-estlinonials.
Colonel John g. JAMES.
0 ? Superintendent.
ap ll>-?l2wA-w4t Austin, Texas .
BUSINESS WANTS.
TA^-BARK WAN TED . - Cash raid for
SPANISH OAK, and
BiiAtKOAK BARK, when properly cured, de
livered either at Manchester tannerv or at depots or
laudliigs in Manchester or Richmond.
, , , 1IULST A KING,
ap 1-lm 1422 Main street.
B1S1XESS ClIAXtm
FOR SALE, BRICKS.? 100,000 superior
OLI) BRICKS In lots to suit purchasers of 10.
eoo and upwards. Applv to
ap 27-3t LKE A GODDIN.
"TXTE wish to sell our BUGGY and SAD
t T I)LE HORSE, or trade him for a pood work
?horse. lil{ KEN & ALLEN,
aj> 26-1 w corner Grace, and Seventh streets.
JLOST, STRAYED, Ac. I
LOST, between Main and Clay streets:, a
much-valued BREASTPIN, formed of hair, on
si jrold plate, circular in form, attached to a black
crape collar. A liberal reward Mill tie paid for its
delivery at Judge It. K. WELLFORD'S. 30.1, rorncr
Sixth and Clay street?. ap _ 7? 2t *
WOOD A.\D COAL.
CUMBERLAND COAL .JUST ARRIVED;
OAK and PINE WOOD.
W. S. PII.CHEK,
ap27-lw Eighth betw een Main and Cary.
XTUT ANTHRACITE COAL for cooking
jL i ranges and small stoves.
S. H. HAWES,
ap 27-2 w Eighteenth and C'ary streets.
ATl grades of anthracite and
BITUMINOUS COAL* S. H. HA WES,
ap 27-2w Eighteenth :n.d Cary streets.
A CARGO SUPERIOR GREENWOOD
LEIIIUH LUMP FOUNDRV COAL Just re
ceived. S. II. II A WES,
ap 27-3 w Kightecth and Cary titrecelp.
Tnthkacite < coaIT
Discharging cargo of 6upenor FRANKLIN LOR
BEICRY RED ASH ANTHRACITE COAL? eirg,
stove, and chestnut sizes? for sale by
S. P. LATHROP,
ap ft Seventeenth-Street drawbridge.
ANTHRACITE COAL.? This day landing
per schooner Jullcn Nelson 4on tons FRANK
LIN, EGG, and STOVE COALS. Those in want of
a choice article will please send in their orders.
WIRT ROBERTS
uih 27 corner Seventeenth and Dock streets.
D
DENTISTRY.
K. F. DAVISON, DENTIST,
HAVING RETURNED TO THE CITY,
can be found ut
No. 217 GOVERNOR STREET,
ap 16-2w* (Dr. Conway's old place).
NTAL NOTICE.? I)r. JOHNi
G. AVAYT has this day associated with**
him in the practice of dentistry his son, GEORGE
G. W AYT, Al. D., D. D. S., and having his assistance,
has resumed the practice of MECHANICAL DEN
TISTRY, and will insert, whole or parts of sets of
teeth after all the approved methods, and is now pre
pared to administer NITROUS OXIDE GAS for the
painless extraction of teeth.
Office: 104 Ninth street, uear Franklin.
Makcii li, 1*72. . mh ii-3m
J
UD. B. WOOD, D. D. S.,
PRACTITIONER OF DENTISTRY
in all its various branches.
Special atteution paid to FILLING TEETH and
CORRECTING IRREGULARITIES of the same.
Office : Ninth street two doors from Main,
mh l5-eod3tn
JQR. G. B. STEEL, DENTIST,
Office. 723 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
Special attention ]>ald to the PRESERVATION
of the natural teeth ; artificial ones inserted on gold,
silver, or vulcanite. TEETH EXTRACTED with
out pain. fe 10-eod3m
GW. JONES, DENTIST, has/
? always pure and fresh NITROUS OX-f
IDE GAS for painless extraction of teeth.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH made of any description
and of best materials.
OLD GOLD PLATE taken in exchange for new.
All operations thoroughly performed and war
ranted.
Office : Franklin street, No. 711, between Sevect
and Eighth. mh l-3m*
LIME AND CEMENT.
JJOCKLAND LDIE.
1.059 barrels daily expected per schooner E. L.
Gregory, for sale by
ap 28 A. S. LEE. .
LIME, LLME, LLME.? The Lime manu
factured by us in Botetourt coujity, knowu as
WILSON OR ROCKVILLE LIME, will hereafter
be put upon the market under the name of INDIAN
ROCK LIME. Orders for which may be left at our
office, No. 1503 Dock street.
DILLON, ELLETT & CO.
November 21, 1871. no 23
N?
I ISmilAAXECOMPAAIES.
RTH BRITISH
AND
MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF
LONDON AND EDINBURGH, G. B.
Capital, $10,000,000 in gold; invested in the United
? ,J?tea ever $l,5oo,ooo; aennsltid wtth Treasurer of
VI, jtnla, *50,000 in United States bonds.
Hu>. nK been appointed agents to the above-named
compart ?"? wo are prepared to lame its policies against
low or dam*'76 on buildings, merchandise, uvti
personal prop?Jty of all kinds, on the most liberal
terms.
Losses equitably ftoV <"?gd ^u d ^romjglv |aid.^
oc J No. 1014 filalu strtcl,
=F
Da j.
" tr'^rriTi ? - - - - ?
? Thonuuj W. Kcesee. Auctioneer,
No. 1317 Main afreet.
T ARGE SALE OF~ NEW AND SE
JLi Ct'ND-HAND FURNITURE AT AUCTION,
THIS DAY lit in o'clock, conshrtingin part of
Three HANDSOME PARLOR SUITS In repa and
hair cloth :
Two ROSEWOOD CASE PIANOS, 1 Harder ;
MARBLE-TOP CENTRE-TABLES, CARD
TABLES, ETA GERE SIDEBOARD, SIDE
BOARD and CHINA-PRESS;
MARBLE TOP and PLAIN BUREAUS, WASH
STAN I >S, WAR DROBE8 ;
Fine WALNUT and STAINED BEDSTEADS;
WALNUT CHAMBER SUIT with WARDROBE;
Handsome COTTAGE CHAMBER SUIT, WAI^ ,
NUT ROCKERS, HAT-RACKS, ETAGERES,
EXTENSION TABLES, M A T T R E S S E S,
CRIBS. LOUNGES, CHAIRS;
TIN SAFES, REFRIGERATORS, and OFFICE
CASHIERS' DESKS;
SEWING-MACHINES, PLATFORM SCALES,
Large lot of superior FLOOR OIL-CLOTH ;
1 MARVIN ,t CO.'S SAFE.
ap 20 THOMAS W. KEESEE, Auctioneer.
By W. B. RatcllfTe Auctioneer,
No. 7 Fifteenth street between Main and Car)'.
rtROCERIES AT \UCTION.-I will
vT offer ;it auction on MONDAY, 2!?tli instant, at
my store. Fifteenth street l?etween Main anil Cnry,
commencing at half-past 1# o'clock, a very desirable
stock of
GROCERIES, AC.,
to which I would iuvlie the attention of the trade.
* W. B. RATCL1FFE.
N. R.? Goods intended for this sale will be received
until lialf-iiast li> o'clock on the inornlntrof the sale.
ap -.'7 "W. B. It.
By Grublis & Williams,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh street Ijetween Main and Bank.
rrTYO SMALL BRICK AND FRAMED
A TENEMENTS ON THE EAST SIDE OF
BROOK AVENUE, BETWEEN DUVAL AND
BAKER STREETS, at AUCTION.? On MONDAY ,
_3tli April, at 5 o'clock 1*. M., we will sell upon the
premises, TENEMENTS Nos. 723 aud 725. each with
three rooms. The lot is 41 by 150 feet. The property
yields in rent a good percentage upon the sum it will
gpll for
Tehms : At sale. GRUBBS A WILLIAMS,
ap Auctioneers.
By E. D. Eaclio, ]
Heal Estate Apentana Auctioneer.
>o. p Fourteenth street, between Main and
Franklin streets.
At the request" of the fresi
DENTof the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
Company. 1 shall sell at public auction, on MONDAY i
the 29th dav of April, 1872.at half-past 4 o'clock P. M.,
(he BRICK IIOtlSE formerly occupied by Dr. Rich
ardson a.s a drug store, corner of Seventeenth and
Clay streets.
Also, some FRAMED HOUSES in the same
vicinity, to be removed in ten days.
Terms: Cash. E. D. EACHO,
ap 2fl Auctioneer.
By Grubbs & Williams,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents.
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
TUE LARGE AND~HANDSOME FOUR
JL STORY I5R1CK I) W E L L I N G AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF BROAD AND
FOURTEENTH STREETS AT AUCTION.-On
MONDAY the 2Pth day of April, at 5 o'clock P. M..
we will sell upon the premises, the late RESIDENCE
of William Beers, deceased, adjoining the Monu
mental churcli.
It was built by the late owner for his own use, has
about twelve rooms, a kitchen with four rooms, the
usual out-houses, enjoys an airy situation, and pos
sesses ever)- Improvement and advantage necessary
to comfort : aud the location is very convenient to
business. The lot is 44 j bval?out ltJO feet to an alley.
Tehms ; At sale. GRUBBS & WILLIAMS,
ap IP *
Auctioneers.
By Wellington uouuui,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent,
corner or Eleventh and Bank streets..
pO^DIISSIONERS' SALE OF VALUA
\.J BLE PROPERTY ON' THE SOUTH SIDE
OF DOCK STREET. RUNNING HACK TO THE
SHIP-LOCKS. AND NEAR THE YORK RIVER
RAILROAD DEPOT.? J ?y virtue of a decree of the
Chancery Court of the City of Richmond, entered
on the Ptli April. Is 72. in the ease of Robinson cs. Ro
binson. &e.. we. the undersigned, two of the com
missioners thereby appointed, will proceed to sell at
auction, on the premises, on MONDAY the 2!>th
April, 1872, at 5 o'clock P. M.. all of the right, title,
and interest of the heirs of the late Ant hony Robin
son, Jr., in and to that truly valuable LOT located as
above, having a iront of about 195 feet more or less
on the south side of Dock street, running back to the
shin-locks, and recently occupied by Colonel Albert
Ordwa y as a coal and sla te-vard. The i nterest afore
said consists of seven-eighths of the whole lot. the
other one-eighth, belonging to Samuel C. Robinson,
having been purchased by Edmund A. Crensha w at
a former sale made in the.^aid noise on the 13tli July,
HP9. The foregoing lot h justly regarded as amongst
the most valuable in that locality, being near the
depot of the York River Railroad Company and
wharves of the New York Stcnmpaeket Com pail'.
Tkkms : Enough in cash to defray expenses of sale:
balance in three equal animal Instalments of l, *.?, and
3 years, for bouds bearing ? per cent, per annum in
terest, with good security, and title retained till all
of the purchase mouev is full v paid.
ANDREW JOHNSTON.
ALEXANDER II. SANDS,
ap 18-eodtd Acting Commissioners.
By Lyne & Brother,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 121i' Main street.
nPRUSTEE'S SALEOF A BRICK STOKE
JL AND SEVERAL FRAMED HOUSES AD
JOINING. SITUATED ON THE EAST LINE OF
SEVENTEENTH STREET BETWEEN CLAY
AND VENABLE STREETS, IN THE CITY OF
RICHMOND.? By virtue of a certain deed of trusl
executed by Jame.> Simpson to me as trustee, dated
13th of March, 1371, of record in the clerk's office of
the Richmond Chancery Court In D. B. ?3, B., ]wige
227. 1 shall. in execution of said trust, being so re
quired by the beneliriary in said deed, proceed tosell
at public auction. on the premises, on MONDAY
tin- 2i'tb dav <>(' April, ls?2, at 1 o'clock 1*. M., TWO
CERTAIN' LOTS of LAND, with the improve
ment.-. thereon, fronting together on the east line of
??aid Seventeenth street 71 feet 4 incites, and running
back a depth of l'O feet and ISii feet more or less.
Tkk.ms : Cash as to expenses of sale and to pay off
a certain negotiable note executed by James simp
son* dated 13th March, isti. and payable twelve
months after date, for the sum of ijSCOti, with Interest
on *aid note from the time of its maturity until
paid as cpecitied ; and as to the residue of the pur
chase money, mi such terms and time as will be
made known at the hour of sale.
ap IS ROHERT B. LYNE. Trustee.
By Hill & Goddin,
Ileal Estate Auctioneers.
No. 110 i Main street.
WITH
AT "AUCTION.? At the ropiest of Mrs. Alice
Walsh, we will sell on MONDAY, April 29, 1872, at
4 o'clock 1'. M., on the premises, loeatcd as above.
One set CHAMBER FURNITURE, including
handsome Sideboard? all of solid mahogany ;
CHAIRS,
TABLES.
KITCHEN FURNITURE,
CROCKERY, Jcc., Ac.:
and at 5 o'clock P. M. we will sell the HOUSE and
LOT of GROUND. This property has a front of
20 feet on Main and Second streets, with a dentil of
loo feet more or less. The store is well built of brick,
covered with slate, and is a desirable stand for a gro
cery and resideuce. having been used as such for a
number of years past.
Teums '? For personal probity, cash ; for the
house and lot, one-fourth cash ; balance at one, two,
three, and four years, with teu per cent, interest
added, secured by trust deed.
ap 1H HILL A GODDIN. Auctioneer?.
By Cook & Laughtou, Auctioneers,
corner of Governor and Franklin streets.
^IMvUSTEE'S SALE.? By virtue of a deed
X of trust executed by Henry Schett to the sub
scriber, and duly recorded in tlie otlice of the Chan
cerv Court of tlie citvof Richmond, I will proceed
to sell, at the MON'flCELLO HOTEL, on Broad
between Sixth aud Seventh streets, on MONDAY
29th instant, commencing at lo o'clock, the UNEX
PIRED LEASE, together with the good will aud
kev to wild Hotel ",
The BAR FIXTURES, embracing Bars, Mi rrors,
Pictures, Decanters. Glassware, Ale Pumps, &e., &c.
The large Hall attached to the establishment is
fully and elegantly furnished for Theatrical per
formances.
ALSO,
all the FURNITURE of the Hotel, embracing an
endless variety of C handier, Dining-Rooin, Parlor,
and Kitchen Furniture.
Tills Hotel is as completely furnished as is neces
sary for conducting such a business as has ijcen pro
secuted by the present proprietor, and offers a rare
opportunity to uny one wishing to engape in such
business. JULIUS C. FISCHER, Trustee.
Sale conducted by COOK & Laughtox, Auction
eers. ap 16
^ CLOTHING.
J E. DOHERTY,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
t>22 Main* street,
invites his patrons and the public generally to ex
amine one of the largest and finest stocks of
SPRING AND SUMMER IMPORTED GOODS
ever offered in this market, which he will make np
in tlie best manner and at moderate prices.
All goods warranted to be of the FINEST
QUALITY. ap 12-2m
gPELS'G OVEliCOATS IN VARIETY,
TOGETHER WITH
TIES. SCARFS, UNDERSHIRTS, Ac.,
suitable for tlie spring campaign.
WM. IRA SMITH,
1109 Main street, new store.
N. B ? SHIRTS and COLLARS nrnde to order
regular. apg
TOSEPH C. DIPPNER,
W UNDERTAKER,'
1323 Fraukllu street, itetween Thirteenth and Four
teenth streets.
I am in connection with the largest coffin facto
ries of the Uulted States, aud 1 am able to furnish
them as low as possible.
OPEV and CLOSE CARRL1GES and BUG
GIES FOR HIRE. mh 28-tm
TtlcmiOJOl, Vam April 56^1872.
WE HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED
WILLIAM 111 A SMITH our agent to carry on
the business or CLOTHING MERCHANT at No.
1109 Main strwt,at Richmond, Va.
#t> tt-Jw J WILDE, Jy., & C'Oi
By Richardson A < n ? ; e |
Real Estate AgenU and / \ . Uonccr?1 t
No. 1113 Main strti i. . , rh, v \ ^
A SMALL HOUSKAND TS> T OFSEV
TEKNTH STREET FOB t- VLB BY AUC
TION? On WEDNESDAY the t MoT, at Half
past 5 o'clock P. St, we shall sell I - auction, on the
premises, a email FRAME DWELLING and LOT
22 by Wo feet on the west side of Smiteontbutreet
one square beyond the Central Railroad workshops.
Tkkmo : At mile. RICHARDSON & CO.,
_ ap 2ff Auctioneers.
By Leo & Goddln,
Real Estate Auctioneers, No. 11 13 Main street.
VERY valuable" BRICK DWELL
T ING ON TUB WEST LINE OF NINTH
STREET, THREE DOORS NORTH OF LEIGH
STREET, FOR SALE AT AUCTJON.-By reqiitot
of the owner we shall sell on '1 UESDA Y , 30th April,
. - - ? " - -i- i? \f__ that veTv
1872, on
wrner we shall sell on 1 UESDA Y,soiu iM""<
the premises, at 5 o'clock I'. 31., that very
e three-story BRICK DWELLING situated
tnn r?OI!l? with gfc?
valuable three-story BRiuiv un JIM I
as described altove, containing ten rooina with efts
and water on every floor, with all of the modern Im
provements. The entire property Is in excellent
order* and under a good rented, and in a first-rate
neighborhood. Retired, but convenient to husiuess,
this property should commend Itself to the business
t/.fM i.iiajiaiit home in a
tills property should commena iwn
man, ns also to anv In want of a pleasant home in a
thriving portion of' the city.
Tkhms: One-fourth cash; residue at six, twelve,
and eighteen months, for negotiable notes, with tlx
per cent. Interest added, and secured by trust deed.
Taxes for l$72 to be paid by the ntftchaser.
ap 27-td LEE & GOPD1N, Auctioneers.
By Grubbs & Williams,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
TER Ai it t" uui turn * ?w? ? ? -
ING THEREON IN SIDNEY.? In execution of a
decree of the ( 'ircult Court of Henrico county, en
tered on 24th April, M72, in the case of Parscley tt uh
rs. Brown, trustee, the undersigned, speolal commis
sioners, will sell at auction, upon the premises, on
MON DAY. Oth May, nt 5 o'clock P. 31., the propertv
whereon the late Ulysses B. I'arseley long resided.
It is situated at the southwest corner of Park street
and Park avenue (formerly called Scuffietown road);
frouts on the former about 273 feet and coutalus
al>out thrce-uuarters of an acre. It has upon It a
framed dwelling, a number of fruit trees, and a well
of water. The situation Is one of the prettlfest In
that neighborhood.
Teh MS: One-fourth cash; balance at four, eJ
and twelve months for notes, with Interest a<
and title retained. H. II. MARSHALL
A * * It'll * 1 L \fCJ
framed dwelling, a xiumoer 01 iruir. auu n wui
of water. The situation Is one of the prettifest In
that neighborhood.
Teh MS: One-fourth cash; balance at four, eight,
and twelve months for notes, with interest added
I title retained. H. II. MARSHALL,
A. D. WILLIAMS,
Commissioners
lnrnns & Williams, Auctioneers. ap 2fl
By Charles T. Wortham & Co., Auctioneers.
T ARGE A2*D ATTRACTIVE SALE OF
-Li GROCERIES. LIQUORS, WOODENWARE,
ACh By virtue of an order of the United States
District Court in the matter of Waggoner A Har
vev, bankrupts, I will offer for sale at auction WED
NESDAY, May 1st, at 11 o'clock, at the store No. 3
Pearl Block, Fourteenth street, all the Goods, Ware-,
Ac., consisting in part of
60 chests (all grades) TEA,
4 hogsheads DEM AR ABA SUGARS,
lo barrels SYRUI'S.
7 bags RIOCOFEEE,
3n barrels SUPERIOR OLD WHISKEY,
10 casks PORT WINE,
5 ea>ks SHERRY,
lo casks BItANDY,
5 barrels GIN,
20 gross PINT and I1ALF-P1NT FLASKS,
30 sacks SALT,
250 dozen BROOMS,
25 eases ANN EAR'S BLACKING.
75 boxes LAUNDRY SOAP,
2'in dozen TOILET S'?AP,
200 cases CANNED FRUIT,
lo Ijoxeb MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
lo kegs SODA,
10 gross BLUING,
25 bundles CANDLE-WICK,
l.ooo GRAIN SACKS.
1,000 pounds BACON SIDES,
WOODENWARE, consisting of Buckets,
Pails, Churns. Tubs, Ac., &c. :
1 fine MARVIN FIRE-PROOF SAFE (large
size),
2 STOVES,
OFFICE FURNITURE,
DESKS, &c..
and many other articles usually kept In a first-class
grocery store.
Teh. MS : All sums under sfloo, cash ; credit of sixty
days, interest adiied, for larger sums* with approved
negotiable notes.* DAVID B. PARKER*
ap 27 ? ' United States Marshal.
By A. C. PulUam, Auctioneer.
For sale at auction.-333 84-100
ACHES OF LAND WITH LARGE DWELL
ING, BARNS, STABLE, AND LABORERS'
HOUSES, 4c,' LOCATED ON THE RICHMOND
AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD. ADJOINING
THE LANDS OF I\ CHALKLEY. Es^., I)K.
WOOLDR1 DGE AND OTHERS. IMMEDIATELY
AT THE HALF-WAY STATION ? At the request
of.tbcowner | wtiHgyell at auction, in front ot the
court-house iii Manchester. on MONDAY tlie 13th
day ol' May, 1*72, nt 12 o'clock M? In lots to suit pu.
chasers. the 3o3. 84-100 ACRES L AND lying as above
descrlbed. This land Is partly cleared and partly
wooded. The soil is wc-ll adapted to the growth of
the usual crops oLtijjs section. hut is more particu
larly adaptedtoJfifcraising of the linest classes of
vegetables ; uvi WSB&jC Th ( s situation of the land is
sucl&is to I xxflf Hgv^ce^s to Richmond and Peters*
htirg by rail, tfnrctnc northern market hyaline of!
steamers touching almost daily at a wharf about 1
two miles distant on James river. Fertilizers arc
transported by the railroad without cluiree. Indc
* pendent of the value of the land, the buildings and
wood are of great value. Health of the place excel
lent.
TKltils: One-third cash ; Ui lance in six, twelve,
and eighteen montli*. negotiable notes, interest ad
ded. secured by trust deed, A. C. PULL1AM.
ap 27 Auctioneer.
By a. C. Fulllam.iAuctloneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE
JL REAL ESTATE SITUATED ON SOUTH
SIDE OF STATE STREET BETWEEN GIL
MA U AND ICR IN STREETS, IN THE PLAN OF
FULTON By virtue of a certain deed of trust da- \
ted the 10th day of May, H71, and duly recorded lu
the County Court clerk's office, Henrico county,
from Nathaniel T. Marks and Frances K. A., his
wife, to William Ira Smith and Cyrus Bossleux.
trustees, l>eiug so required to do by tlie benetlciaries
in said deed, we will sell at auction, on the premises,
as trustees, on FRIDAY the ad of May, 1872, at 4
o'clock P. 51., the FIVE LOTS fronting 150 feet on
south side State street, run tutu: back 110 feet to an
alley ten feet wide, and the BUILDINGS thereon,
being lots l, 2, 3. 4, and 5. iu Square it).
In view of tlie great improvements contemplated
in that immediate Vicinity, the attention of capital
ists Is called to this sale.
TElOks : At sale. WILLIAM IRA SMITH,
CYRUS BOSSIEUX,
Trustees.
A. C. Pclliam, Auctioneer. ap27
By Cook Jk Laughton, Auctioneers,
corner of Governor and Franklin streets.
STOCK OF BOOKS, STATIONERY,
CHROMOH. HANDSOME SHOW-CASE. Ac.,
AT AUCTION. ? The subscriber having made a
business engagement with Mr. C. L. Kadway, will
sell at auction on WEDNESDAY, May 1st, at
10 o'clock, his entire stock of
MISCELLANEOUS and SCHOOL-BOOKS, '
LEDGERS, JOURNALS, and other BLANK
BOOKS;
ENGLISH and FRENCH PAPERS? all sizes ;
ENVELOPES in great varietv ;
W R1TI NG-DESKS, WOR K -BOX ES,
STATIONERY, INKS. INKSTANDS,
CHROMOS, ENGRAVINGS. PHOTOGRAPHS,
together with the usual variety kept in a iirst-class
book and stationery store.
ALSO ,
One SPLENDID SU.VJCR-MOUNTEI) PLATE
GLASS SHOW-CASE, elghl feet solid panes ;
OFFICE-DESKS, COUNTERS, Ac.
GEORGE L. BIDGOOD,
ap 27 corner Main and Tentn strwets.
By Grubbs & Williams,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh street between Slain and Bank.
Large framed building on
ALLEY BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANK
LIN AND SEVENTH AND EIGHTH STREETS
AT AUCTION (TO BE REMOVED).? We will
sell at auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY. 30th
of April, at 12 o'clock M., the LARGE FRAMED j
HOUSE in rear of Morton's barlier-shop. the same
to be removed. There Is in the building a large
quantity of good Joists 6cantliug, window-frames,
Teums : Cash. GRUBBS & WILLIAMS.
ap 27 Auctioneers.
By L. D. Harrison, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REALESTATE IX ALEX
ANDRIA, V A., FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
AUCTION.-On TUESDAY the 7th day of May,
1*72, at 12 o'clock M,, at tlie front door of the custom
house. Alexandria, Va., the undersigned, as commis
sioners ol' the Circuit Court of Alexandria county,
Va., under the authority of a decree passed at the
February special term, 1K67, of said court, in the suit
of the Boar-l ol Public Works of Virginia, plain
tiffs, M. Seldcn, Withers & Co. ti ttl-, defendants,
will offer for sale at public auction, the following
described property of the late John Wither*? to wit,
SUNDRY PIECES OF REAL ESTATE in and
near Alexandria, ilescribed In said decree.
Also, a large amount of BONDS OF THE CHES
APEAKE AND OHIO CANAL COMPANY.
Terms OK Sale : For the real e.-Ute, ten per cttut.
of the purchase money to be paid in cash ; the rcsi- i
due in three eqiuil instalments at six, twelve, and
eighteen months, ?with iutcrest ; the purchaser to
give his bond, with good personal surety ; the title to
l>c retained till payment, property liable to resale,
and cash payment to Ik: forfeited on default In pav
mentof any one of the deferred instalments; taxes I
upon the property for 1?72 to be paid by purchaser,
tor the bond?, cash, and the residue on a well
endorsed negotiable note at six months, bearing in
terest. JAMES NF.ESON,
S. FERGUSON BEACH,
mh 8-eodtds Commissioners.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
LANDS.? I have in my hands ' for sale
LANDS, in large and small quantities, In almost
every section of the State. A number of them arc
large, rtrst-elaw estates, with splendid improvements,
and desirably located.
GEORGE M. DREWRY.
apio-lm 1014 Main street.
R
EAL ESTATE REGISTER.
We have opened at our office, 1113 Main street, in
the city of Rlrlnnond, a .
R E A L ESTATE REG ISTER, *
where Ihj* owni-rs of
FARMS,
HOUSES,
and
LOTS,
can have them entered and exposed to the vlour of
those wishing to PURCHASE, LEASE, or RENT, 1
free of any charge unless disposed of, or expijuac
incurred by direction of tlie owner.
RICH AR DSON ,t CO.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
mh22-3m 1113 Maui street. Richmond, Va.
SPRING, 1 87 2 .?I have received my |
spring stock of MATTING8, CARPET1NG8,
OIL-CLOTHS, LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW
SHADES, Ac., which I will sell at reasonable profltM.
R. P. RICHARDSON,
' ap 27-2W corner Ninth uuU Maiu ativuk'.
Daart*
?tr. *
By Grubba & Wllllanw, ?
: Auctioneers and Bcal Estate Agents,
Eleventh street between Mali: and Bank,
~ v rr7r a TRT.E LOT
RlAN CrflUnC?, FO?
rcnuest of the trustees of the Gwce-Strect Presbyre
rSa chnrch, we will sell at auction, anon the preln
Ises, on THURSDAY, 2d May, at 5 o'clock P. M, the
SITE of their former chnrcb and lecture-room, sit
uated as above. The front on Franklin street Is 76
feet, running back 103 feet ou Eighth street, and
the rear lot front* 49 feet on Eighth street, run
ning back J30 feet.
The property will be sold as a whole, or In such
parcels as may be deemed best at the Ume of sale.
Being within a few minutes' walk of the business
centre, and in one of the most pleasant situations In
the city, this property is considered very desirable
for private residences, or as a site for a large public
building.
Tkhm.s : One-fourth ca-sh i balancc at four, eight,
and twelve mouths, with Interest,
? GRUBBS & WILLIAMS,
ap 25 Auctioneers.
By Richardson A Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
1113 Slain street.
100
BUILDING LOTS IN MANCHES
TER FOR SALE PRIVATEL\ OR BY
AUCTION. ? Until WEDNESDAY the tcth of May,
at5 o'clock P.M., we shall offer- for sale privately
OA" E liUNDREl ? BUILDING LOTS, 0<5 feet front
and 157 feet deep to a sixteen-foot alley, on Maury,
Lee. Mane, anaMorgan streets, In Marx's addition
to Manchester on the east.
And at the above-mentioned time (LSth May) at 5
o'clock P. M., we shall sell by auction such LOIS as
remain unsold.
Purchasers before the auction sale will have the
privilege of the choice lotaandthe very liberal terms
now offered. RICHARDSON & CO.,
ap2Q Real Estate Auctioneers.
By Grubbs ? Williams.
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
THE very desirably-located
JL BRICK DWELLING, No. 405 GRACE
STREET BETWEEN' FOURTH AND FIFTH
STREET, AT ACCTION.-On WEDNESDAY,
1st May, at 5 o'clock P. M., we will sell upon the
premises the above-described dwelling, nestabove
Dr. R. T. Coleman's residence. It has ten rooms,
besides a kitchen with four rooms; with gas and
water. 1
The lot fronts 32 feet on Gracc crtreet and runs
back to an alley, having also a side alley leading out
to Grace 6treet. The situation is one of the best In '
the city, and is especially suited for professional or
business men.
Tekms : At the sale.
GRUBBS 4 WILLIAMS,
ap 23 Auctioneers.
By James M. Taylor,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
Ofllce No. 1110 Main street.
TRUSTEE'S SALEOF A VACANT LOT
JL IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND. ON THE
SOUTH SIDE OF DUVAL NEAR Sl\ PETER'S
STREET.? By virtue of a deed of trust executed
May 3oth, 1*71, by McKenzie Young to me as trustee
to secure the payment of a certain suin of money
therein mentioned, default having been made in the
payment thereof, and heing required so to do by the
Iwneliclnry In said deed, I will proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, on TUESDAY the 7th day of May, 1872,
on the premises, at 4 J o'clock P. M.,the lot described
lu said deed, being designated as lot No. 15, fronting
?ji'i by 83 7-12 feet to an alley ten feet wide.
Tjsiois : Cash enough lo pay the debt and ex
penses nf sale, and the balance at such time as may
be agreed upon on the dav of sale.
ap JAMES M. TAYLOR, Trustee.
By Hill & Goddln,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
No. 1104 Main street.
VALUABLE lotof ground, with
Y A FRAME BUILDING THEREON, ON
TIIE NORTH SIDE OF TOBACCO ALLEY, BE
TWEEN LOCUST ALLEY AND FIFTEENTH
STREET, FOIt SALE AT AUCTION? On TUES
DAY, April 30th, 1*72, at r> o'clock P. M., we will
sell, on the premises, the LOT above described. hav- i
jug a fronton Tabacco alley of 30 feet, running bark
about so fpet lo the line of Judith Young's house,
and immediately in rear of Tlgnor's gnu store. Ex
cellent. location for ii small manufactory of any kind,
or for a carpenter's slmi*
Tekms: One-half cash: balance in four and eight
months, six per cent, interest added, secured by a
trust deed. HILL & GODDIN,
sp 23 Auctioneers.
'By Wellington Goddiu,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent,
comer Eleventh and Bank streets.
1 EXECUTORS' SA~LE OF EXCELLENT
J STORE AND DWELLING ON THE EAST
LINE OF SECOND BETWEEN JACKSON AND
DUVAL STREETS.? At the request of Messrs.
Daniel Murphy, Jr.. and Patrick Biniry. .executors
of the late Daniel Murphy, deceased, I shall sell at
auction, ou the premises," ??u THURSDAY the 2d
May. 1872, at 5 o'clock P. M.. the excellent BRICK
STORE and DWELLING located as above, former
ly occupied by the testator.
"The lot liana front bf 25} feet, and the house lias
live rooms l>esides the store.
Tekms : One-third cash : balance on a credit of one
and two years for negotiable notes, interest added,
secured by a trust deed. W. GODDIN,
ap 25 Auctioneer.
By James M. Taylor,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
Office No. 1110 Main street.
'TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VACANT LOT,
JL 1>' THK CITV OK KICHMONI). ON THE
SOUTH SIDE OF DUVAL NEAR f?T. PETER'S
STREET By virtue of a deed of trust executed
Mnv30th, 1S7I. by William Williams to mc as trus
tee." to secure the payment of a certain sum of mo
ney therein mentioned, default having been made in
the payment thereof, and being required so to do by
tb<* beneficiary in said deed. I will proceed to sell at
pul'iie auction, on TUESDAY the 7th daj* of May.
!<<72,oii the premises, at 5 o'clock P. M., the LOT
described iu said deed, being designated as Lot No.
I?), fronting on the south side or Duval street by
O J 2-12 feet to an alley ten feet wide.
Tkums : Cash enough to pay the expenses of sale
and the debt, and the balance at such timcas may be
agreed upon on the day of sale.
:>]> 25 JAMES M. TAYLOR. Trustee.
By Grub Us A Williams,
Auctioneers and Heal Estate Agents,
Eleventh street Ix'twcen Main and Bank.
THAT MOST VALUABLE PROPERTY,
A AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF NINTH
AND FRANKLIN STREETS, AT AUCTION?
On THURSDAY the 2d of May, (after the Kile of I
the Presbyterian church lots.) say at ? o'clock P. XL,
we will sell, upon the premises, the PROPERTY
situated as above, adiolning Virginia Hall. It fronts
mi feet on Ninth street und runs back 102 0-12 feet
on Franklin strc-et, and villi be sold as a whole or
subdivided into three lot*, fronting on Ninth street,
running back about 7 0 feet to a court, yard or alley
five feet wide, leaving a lot on Fraukliu street acf- |
joining Dr. Skelton's residence, fronting about
2 ; fl-12 feet.
Taking Into consideration its central situation,
near to .Main street, on the main thoroughfare lead
ing from Main to Broad street, the importance of
which will he greatly increased by the completion of
tlie new bridge now building, aud its front on the
Capitol square, this may be justly regardedas one of
the most valuable locations In the city for stores, a
public building, or dwellings ; and if judiciously im
proved, it will doubtless prove a highly remunera
tive investment.
Tkhms : Made known nt?the sale.
GRUBBS A WILLIAMS,
ap 2d Auctioneers.
SALE OF VERY CHOICE REAL
ESTATE IN ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VA.
1. CARLTON, the beautiful and highly-Improved
residence of Judge Alexander Rives, extending to
within one-fourtii of a mile of Charlottesville: con
tains SIX HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-TWO
ACRES of very fertile land, some seventy-five acres
or more first-chiss ?>ottom land, fifty or sixty acres
near enough to lie cut up Into town lots. The dwell
ing-house. the lawn, highly ornamented with trees,
gravel walks, evergreens, and rare shrubbery? the
product of large expense and many years? the con
servatory, and the singular beauty of the landscape,
all combine to render this, perhaps, the most beauti
ful private estate and residence in Virginia.
2. ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES ad
joining laud, much of it in titular.
3. The MILL FARM, on the James River canal,
containing ONE THOUSAND ACRES beautiful le
vel land, equal, agriculturally, to any in the couuty ;
a good mill, saw-mill, Ac. ; under good fencing; ca
pable of division into any numberof farms.
4. FOREST TRACT OF THREE HUNDRED
ACRES, near the l:u?t; an abundance of very flue
Umber, and within easy access of the canal.
It Is not often such property as this couies into
market. It will be solu, any portion or all of It, on
application, at private sale ; or, if not dtMiosed of.
then u Carlton '' will be sold at public auction, at 3
o'clock P. M., on the premises, on THURSDAY, 23d
of May, lt72, and the HO acres at the same time and
place.
The MILL TRACT will I* sold at 12 o'clock M..
on the premises, on TUESDAY 28th May, 1S72, and
the FOllEST TRACT at same time and place.
Also, both at Carlton and the Mill farm will be sold
a large quantity of farming u'.ensils, horses, stock,
Ac., embracing everything ou both farms. Alto, all
the elegant household furidlure.
Tkums : Very easy, and made known at sale.
For further information address for circular of I
particulars *?? ?
rnh 2fl-law4w,fct2aMrtds
By Lee A Goddln,
Auctioneer?, 1113 Slain street.
/COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALUA
\J BLE FARM OF NINETY-KIN* AND ONE
HALF ACRES. LYING 1\ HENRICO COUNTY
ABOUT FIVE MILES BELOW THE CITY OF
RICHMOND, ADJOINING THE LANDS OWNED
BY A. B. CLARKE AND OTHERS ? Pursuant to i
the provisions of a decree of tho Circuit Court of
Henrico con nty, pronounced In the ehancery cau,#}
of Uoddln, guardian. Ac., vs. Goode, Ac., 1 shall, as
special commissioner tindor said decree, on TUES
DAY the 7th day of May, 1872, on the premises, at 4
o'clock P.M., proceed to sell the above-deacrib<!d
TRACT OF LA NI). The property la in fair condi
tion. and the title i3 believed to be beyond dispute,
but M-llIng as commissioner I shall ouly convey such
title as is vested In mc by the said decree.
Tkkm.s: One-fourth cash; the raddtte in sit,
twelve, and eighteen mouths, the purchaser execu
ting negotiable notes, with Interest at six per centum i
added, for the deferred payments, and the title re
tained till the entire purchase money is paid.
F. P. TURNER,
Special Commissioner.
Les A GODMti, Auctioneers. ap w-tds
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Hart's Engflxh Literature. fiiS.
Doctor Syntax. Plates. $1.
" History of the Rod. Plate* tXto
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f ?'??' ?H 'ByOni^bta'AWUJlam#.'
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneer*,
Eleventh street between Main and tank.
T^UTT-^FIVE (5$jWlLDLN? LOTS.OV
X NAVY HILL, AT AUCTION.--In ,
of a decroe.of too Chancery Court of Rlchmoiri
entered In Uie ea*e of Anderson tg. Anderson, *'r
we wllfflefl at auction, upon the premlw*.onTri.?i'
DAY, 30th AprlL at 4| o'clock V. 31.. F I FT Y-Vi \Z
BUILDING LtfT8,ln the plan of Navy iJlll, trl['
tug as follow#;
2 on the cast side of Sixth street ;
12 on the west aide of Seventh street;
20 on the east side of 8cventh street ;
21 on the west aide of Eighth street.
Each lot Is about 3vxl TJ feet to an alley.
Here Is an opportunity to purchase good bulldh)*
Iota at very moderate prices.
TkkM* : One-fourth cash: fwlanre at f"Hr. ciz|,,
and twelve months, with Interest; titles retains unl
til the dotes are paid.
By request of Mr. Jitwot Alfred Jones, ??ommi*
sloner. ? ORUBBS ? WILUAM?
ap 23 . Auctioneer..
TN PURSUANCE OF A L?KkT>~T7f
X tnust executed by Bevertv Canada an?l vrif^ t^th^
hut^rlbers as trustees, <Iatcd the *tli day of Marrii
1871, duly recorded In the clerk t office or die County
Court or Halifax county. Va., default Imvln y >*<?,]
made in the payment of the debt thereby .?c<;nr*d.*r
will sell at public auction, on the premises, on the
.loth d:iy of April, 1877, at 12 o'clock M.. If r?ir. ,i
If not. on the next fair day thereafter, that T!:.\< r
OF LAND ill the county of _H.il[fax.Va., i?-irN.,?[..
others, containing EIGHT HUNDRED \\i.
TWENTY ACRES, being the same land tonviyui
to us as aforesaid.
Tekmh OF SAJ.K : Will fx1 for cash as to -/> much of
the purchase money as mav be nectary to <l?f>,v
the expenses of executing tni? trust :i*i?l t<> p-jv 1
balance of the debt secured try said deed. biin/1. Kl
with Interest thereou at teu per eentuni j.er jniniin
from the lath 'lay of January. K2; and is to the re
sidue of purchase money, upon terms of credit to t.
mad? known at the llmo and place of m|i>.
WOOD HOU I. DIN. Jit.,
CHARLES U. WILLIAMS.
ap 1!)- tds Trusts-..
By Moody & Rovall. Auctioneers
of Chesterfield county, at Its November term, mi in
the case of W. Hairs executor vs. James Rudd. ad
ministrator, tt ul*.* the nuder>;lgiied, special comtuU.
sloner, will sell at public auction, on the tu'mi.*-*. a?
Wors ham's store. In said county, on TUfcSDA V ilir
30th day of April, 1872. at 11 o clock A. M.. tliefuU
lowing property? to wit :
A PARCEL OF LAND containing ONi: IU \.
DREI) AND FIFTEEN AND FIVE-HIGH I*
ACRES, more or less, lying in the Clover lii!i tutu
ship, in couuty aforesaid, adjoining the laud <.r
Joseph D. Wooofln d als.
Also, a PARCEL OF LAND containing SIX ,\ND
A HALF ACRES, on the Good's Bridge r?a<l. at
Worsham's store.
These lands are the most productive in that
tion. The larger tr.-ct lias a comfortable dv?;Hli'e
and other improvements. About two-thirdj In nil.
t! ration, and the balance in original growth of oak
and pine.
TkumS : $-150 cash; balance upon a credit <.f mt
and twelve mouths, in equal Instalments, with in
terest added at six per centum, and the title retained
until the pux-chabe money has t?een paid In full.
SOCRATES BROOKS,
Special Commissioner.
Moody & Royalt,. Auctioneers. ap le-td
By Moody A Royall, Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE~OF V A L U A B L K
A REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTY OF CIlFs
TERF1ELD, VA ? By virtue of a deed <>f tru t exe
cuted bv James Flournoy on the loth day of Feb
ruary, 1*53. and duly recorded iti the clerk s office nf
Chei-terlleld County Court. D. B. 14. page 1:7. 1 ?|!i.
as substituted trustee, sell at public auction, on
TUESDAY the 30th day of April. l?7 1, at 12 o'cto- k
M., on the premises, the TRACT OF LAND men
tioned lu said deed, containing (J57J THREE HUN
DRED AND FIFTY-SEVEN ACRES, mure or
less, lying in Clover Hill township. In county afor?
said, "adjoining the lands of Pleasant Bowlej y\<\
others. about six miles from Powhatan station, on
the Richmond and Danville railroad: a good
dwelling and all the out-buildings ncc?-ssirv. and In
good repair: one-half of the land lu cultivation, and
the balance in original forest.
Tekjis: The dee* I retpjlrcs fcl-UMr. In c.vh. \?|?h
interest from the 7th <iav of NoreioI)er. IS?7. Imt tl?-?
terms will be made liln-r.il and pronounced "ii day
of sale. SOCRATES BROOKS.
Substituted TrnMe".
Jloonv & ROYALI.. Auctioneers. ap U-td.
By D. K. Welslger, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VACANT LOT,
X ON WEST SIDE OF ST. PET ER> STKFET
(NORTH OF BAKER). IN BAKKK'S ADDITION,
AT AUCTION. ? By virtue of a d'.-H of trust < \> ?
ruled by Rnlson Wilson and wife, duly resided lu
the Chancery Court, D. B.. vol. !'2. n'.p. i7?. I will.
froiitli.0
commencing 230 feet from the uortli Him X>nk> r
street arid running back between parallel line* 1?)
fc?:t?
TeuMs: Cash an to $?l2fl. with interest at in
cent from 13th December, 187", and expenses of wh ;
the balance on such terms as the said Wilson in.iy
direct: If he fails tbe? en such terms as the trust";
may think lit. Taxes for 1*72 to lie paid bv thr i-m -
chaser. ABNER COOLEY. T riistn'.
Sale conducted by D. K. WjtlMGEH, Auctioneer.
ap 23
By Hill &. Goddhi.
IteaJ Estate Aeeuts and Auctioneers,
No. lluB Main struct.
"VERY VALUABLE BRICK Hof.?E
V AND LOT OF GROUND. ON HIE NORTH
SIDE OF MARSHALL BETWEEN* I HI II WO
SIXTH STREETS, FOR SALE AT AUCTION?
A the request of the owner, we will oftrr fertile
auction* on WEDNESDAY, May 1. 1S7S. at So'ii* k
1*. M., on tlie premises, the valuable LOT <M
GROUND, with the Improvements thereon. I?*at> <l
a.s above. The lot fronts 4(5 feet on Marshall street,
running liaok about lflu feet to an alley, and ha.- a
side alley In addition three feet wide, and In l.< t? ? < n
the grocery of Mn Ellett and the large store recently
erected by Mr. Altmever. Tlie dwelling u|mhi the
lot is vefy larpe and well Nui It. aii'l can very nadUy
lie converted into stores, which will pay a ti:ii!<N<>inc
Kroiit, as this location Is rapidly lmprovlug in v.?h.?.
elng only a half square from the market lioiic .
To jjersons of means there is no property uow .>ii
tJie market more valuable than this.
The Tkrms will be one-third cash : Kilance it >-1'.
twelve, and eighteen months, six per cent, iuk-itjt
added, secured by trust deed.
HILL Jb C.ODDIN,
ap 23 . Auctioneer
By Wellington tio<1um,
Heal Estate Auctioneer,
corner of Eleveuth and Bank struts.
QALE
O PERI
AT AUCTION OF THE
PERTY KNOWN AS THE " METROS ?l.l
TAN HALL." ON THE NORTH SIDE ' 'F
FRANKLIN. BETWEEN GOVERNOR AM)
FOURTEENTH STREETS. AND NEAR T< ? THE
CAPITOL SQUARE AND EXCHANGE 1KHKI ?
At the request of the i>arties interested. I shall ?'ll
at auction, .on the premises. on WEDNESDAY the
1st of May, 1^72. at 5 o'clock P. M.. If fair. If uot. ui
the first talrday thereafter, the aboNe-iocated i-m I
estate.
The lot lias a frontof 103J feet, aud a depth of
about 115 feet to an allev.
The building was originally erected f.>r the Fln>?
Prcsbvteriau church, but for" the pas! fiftien year? or
more it has becu altered so as to be inert for conceit -
and public exhibitions, for which purposes It i- ?< !!
adapted. The building is a large one. with st?'<lt
brick on the front and two sides, and 1 ? in n Jural it
state of preservation, and hy some judicious ; lti ra
tions could be made to answer for other j ur|/,s ??
Its location is the centre of the city, within ?in*
square of Main street, and <0 convenient totlie ? ':<}?<
tol Square, Exchange I lot''!, and other places. : Ucui i
render it attractive for profitable Investment.
Tkkms : One-lit'th cash ; ha b nee at 6. 12. Li, an>l .1
months, for negotiable note.-, bearlngelght per ceiit.
Interest, secured by a trust deed. The insurance and
taxes for 1*72 to be paid by the purchaser.
W. GODD1N, Real Estate Auctioneer.
ap 17-22. 23. 29. 30. A My 1
By Grubbs & Williams.
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents.
Eleveuth street between Main aud Bank.
POMMLSSIOXERS' SALE OF A LARGE
yj QUANTITY OF VERY VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE IN MANCH ESTER.? The uuderslgrad.
special commissioners, in execution of a decree <>t
the Circuit Court of the United Suites for the east
ern district of Virginia, at Richmond, entered en
8th April, 1S72, in the cause Of "The New Yor*
Warehouse and Security Company r*. The Man
chester Cotton and Wool Manufacturing Company "
and others, will sell at auction, upon the preiuU-,
ou MONDAY tlie 13th day of Mav. commencing at
4j o'clock P. M., the PARCELS OF LAN D In the
bill mentioned?to wit :
First. A PARCEL OF LAND lying in the town
of Mauchc&t<*r, fronting avs feet(i:i?rc or ks?)?{i
tlie southern line of Hull street, and running b?k
between the eastern line of Wadswottb street and th*
western Hue of a lot of land belonging to the -"aid
town of Manchester 33y feet ( more or Ie?s) to I >cc.v
tur street, being a part of the laud distinguished on
tlie plan of said town as - Lvle's Pasture."
Second. That PARCEL OV LAND In salrttown
frontlug 90 feet (more or less J on the western llr.c <t ?
Summers street, rtmuiug back 1J2 feet (more or!' --'
between the southern line of Decatur street and ?<
line parallel therewith? 'wing a part of the land dt.
tlngnished on the plan of said town as " Buchaiuu ?
Pasture." .
L'ikju the foregoing property then1 are eight f'"' 11
and two framed dwellings.
By reason of Its proximity to the wills andnnui;
factories, and Its sil nation iu the heart of the to?!i.
this property is regardtsl as amongst ti?e most > V"1;*
ble iu >ranchester, and isq>eclally commeuds itwit w
tho?e wisldngto purehase >vlth a view to rsnld i ?
crease in value, or to erect dwelling*, so much m '>-*
wand hy the operatives in the manufactories, ?c
The property will be suWlvidedaudsold ace^rul'V
to a plan which will be sliown at the limeof v.le.
Tkhjis : One-fourth cash : Iwlance at <. l?< ?tu' ,
montljs, for bonds wltlj interest from the da> ?>t ^ '?
and titles retained until the Uuids an* paid.
LAWSON NUNNALL^ .
C. C. McRAE. ,.IIV
WILLIAM A. MALBl.
Special Couum.-jloticr?.
Gbubbs & Willi \mk. Auctioneers.
ap sa-eodtMyNk'IW _
By Grttbbu & Williams.
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents
Eleveuth street between .Main and Bank.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF THE VALI A-'
X BLE LITTLk FARM CALLED ^ ?,sll.
HAMPTON, ON THE WESTUAM hUAD. 1} K
MILES AND A HALF WEST OF RICHMOND
Iu execution of tlie provisions of a ikscd of trust tr""1
W. P. Law tou to L ucleu Hill, dated Srth Oci?^'r?
IMS, and recorded la Henrico county court
being thereto miulred by tlie atslguee of the c?* ?
Itor, we, the uu0ewiguc4i substituted truile**.
sell at auction, uptm the premise*, on Tl t^l'A '*
May 7th, wit, the LITTLE FARM above refern-Do.
containing FORTY-ONE AND A HALF ACRt>v
running back to the ctuud. ...
? The imnroveiueuto cousW of a good JRAMvf
DWELLING with about sis rooms, the usww 1 out
housce, and a good orchard.
Tkums : The deed prescribes a sale for c a>h- ''ut
are authorized to ?tau- that more favorable tt i
will be mude known at the lime of .Hide.
M. M. GILLIAM,* w..,, TrliiU, .
?P a JOJJUV 11. Gl'Y, i llu,t

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