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FRIDAY . . , . ^ JULY 1872.
PMSident, not Gcwrel.
A Liberal Republican paper that once sup
ported Grant thus puts it* cjsc against him
now:
? It 1* with President Grant that we have
to deal. And it i? because be has ignomi
notisly failed to fill bis high office as Chief
Executive of ihc nation, and has degraded
that ortice in the estimation of the people
and the eyes of the world, that we opiwse
his reelection. His civil career has disap
pointed the expectations of hi* best friends,
llis Cabinet has not a single first-class states
man in it, unless it be Mr. Bout well. Hi*
chosen associates are men whom few of our
best citizens would invite to their tables.
He has billeted his personal relatives and
favorite* upon the country by appoint
ing thwro to offices for which they
are notoriously unfit. He had used
the vast patronage of the Government as
though it were one of the jjcrquisites of his
position, without regard to the public service |
or welfare, pledging every appointee to labor
for his reelection. He has accepted presents
lYom all sorts of persons, and rewarded the
givers by official honors. He has tilled the
southern States with his creatures, and en
forced their extort ion with I he military
power, iint II one-third of the Union stands
to-day on the verge of ruin and anarchy. Ho
has bullied Congress into the support of hi>
pet incisures; winked at corruption and
fraud ; retained infamous officers long alter
their unfitness was demonstrated; surround
ed himself by a staff of military officers, in
violation of "the Constitution ; lowered the
standard of our public serviee abroad ; com
promised the national honor in his dealing
with England ; insulted honorable and pa
triotic public servants who have opposed his
wild or wilful schemes, and finally divided the
Republican jrarty by insisting upon his own
renomination, and using all the power and
patronage of the Government to secure it.
Nothing he has ever said or done gives the
impression that he knows or (sues anything
either about the letter or the spirit of the
Constitution, the genius of our institutions,
the jrreat principles on wnich the welfare of I
the Republic rests, or the policy of a sound,
consistent administration of public atlaics.
His government is a complete failure in every
respect, and its failure would have been dis
astrous but that the country lias been at.
peace. It is such a President, whose unfit
ness for the chief magistracy of the nation Is
striking and notorious, whose reelection we
oppose on every ground of national policy
and honor.
" It is no answer to these solid objections
to tell us of General Grant's noble exertions
and heroic exploits in the war. Admit all
that may be claimed for him on that score.
It is not a General but a President that we
are to elect. General Grant was elected to
the Presidency In 1808 solely on his military
record. His election was an experiment, and
the experiment has disgracefully failed. He
comes before the people now and demands
reelection, not Us General but as President,
and on a civil record which should cover his
name with obloquy, and make every patriot
hang down his head for him in very shame.
And it is this incompetent President, who
lias not a single qualification for the tnut he
holds, and whose unfitness has been demon
strated by over three years of corrupt mis
rub, whose reelection we shail do our ut
most to prevent."
Two Sides to a Ntor.y.
I. ? ipNK SIDE.
* Why, you naughty, uglv, vicious tiling ! "
screamed the nurse, "you've pulled the
dishes all oil" the table. What will your
mamma say? There, Like that! [a shake]
and that! [n slap]. Now, go nway ! You
are always up to some mischief, and not as
high as the table yet. I'll teach you how to
meddle, lint come? come. Don't cry so.
Hush up, oi- I'll tell your mother. Here she
comes. Sh? "
" Susan! what's the matter? Charlie, dear,
what have you done? Come to me. There,
don't cry ; it's all over now. Susan, how
did he do it ? "
" } es, mum, he did it; he's always up to
some mischief ; and it isn't my fault the best
china is broke, and the silver coll'ee-pol
banged just like a band-box that has been set
on; and the coilee all over the lloor, with
the salt and sugar, too. See, muni, what
he s done, and 1 a watchin' him all the lime
and never took my eyes off him, and then
the minute my back was tinned, up he goes
and ketches the table-clot h, and off it comes,
and all your nice set with it, and six pieces
broke, and all done a purpose; and he's al
ways making of trouble when he don't
know what he's about, nor can't guess for
he's as sly as a fox, and 1 knew he would,
for I just took him away from there, and
back he scrambles again as fast as he could
go f for he don't know no better, and he
ought to be whipped and give him something
Jo cry fon I've told him not to touch the
table a hundred times, and I'm glad of it,
and I don't care if he is hurt, and?"
" Why, Susan, Susan !"
"Audi don't m win; and he might have
been burned to death a minute ago, for I jus.'
took the chaSng-dish oil', and then what
would have become tf your new carpet?
He will have his hand in everything that's a
going,- and if there's nothing a going he'll
T} ..a?oin#' arKl he ca,,'t k't it alone for the
life ol him; and he-'s just like his father, al
ways trying experiments, and wondering
how things would be if they was a little dif
ferent from what they is, and Irving of it on.
and making a muss like his father has in the
laboratory, what I don't like to see or smell
i ? ^.or-auybody else, and nothing but mi?
ehie comes of it, and I picking up aft,'.- him
Oil day long like a chip of the old block as he
fc? atru it's iV^reat pitv, too, for them as buvs
tl?e fttrnitnre and clothes and things, only
it s none or my business,- and I don't care
only mv new dress is all greased with the
cream; but never mind me while h6'scrvin,r.
for he did it right afore my very face ami
cjos, quick as a Hash the minute 1 told him
to come a way."
h?'2!,6i'C,,,UJy dear? Charlie, my dear
iiush , don t cry, my bov, anv more. Wipe
your tears. Let me wipe them, and let me
look into your eyes and see how it was."
" Look into his eyes, mum? fiddlesticks !?
y?u}' ?>ffee-pot and your china, and
in} dress, and your carpet. Look into his
KSfJ ?,ld 11 a-Pu,'POse ; I know he did.
? wuy mul ^ve hiln a spank
"Susan, be quiet. You arc angry. Go
down stairs." b *
Exit Susan, purple with rage.
11 TDK OTnKH SIDE.
"boy, Charlie, look up. You have doue
some mischief."
So Charlie's eyes looked up, half tearful,
hall funny-inquisitive, but shy and sorrow'
them^1 ,S lt mother read in
" Yes, mamma, I did it. But how did I
avi11/ 1 ,(lidln'^ know 1 00,1,(5 'lo such things.
^ M a terrible crash. I stood up bv the
chairi and I walked as straight as I could over
^ilh rt?grCatf.ig table> I didn't tumble
f0^, , * ,!.e table was covered with
blight things, shining in my eyes like stars.
?hkr>! n? se? 'What was on it, because it is
i Once I sat way up on top of a chair,
things and had some in my mouth
with papa and you. And papa took mv
finger and wet it in my month, and touched
it to something, and put mv finger to mv
mouth again, and I ate mv linger, and it
was sweet and good. So 1 wanted to see
edge tfthe tobie'."3' <T'S ??'J' ^ Up tu ",c
"I stood on tiptoe, and I took hold of the
table, just as X took hold of your dress when
Ijwant my dear mamma to take me up in
her arms - but the.tuble didn't take me up
So I pulled, just as I pull ou yours when
you don t attend; and the dress on the table
S V?h S.rovv ^"ger and come off. I
thought that was funny, so I pulled again
thUl 80,u<* niore; and then 1 saw I
f U *\in to C0U)e toward me and I
W T 0Ver ,e !x,fe'e of tho toWe. Thcv
diu not 11 \ away as the pigeons do when we
,bcJ right toward
me. This ls such a queer world. I don't
understand fc, So I pulled again, and
the knives and forks came tumbling
down op the floor, just as you showed
we to make my blocks tumble
down with a crash. Then Susan *|jd,
and
saucers, and then fasan gave a greet scrram
and frightened me, arid the dress of tlie table
came all off, and all the smell came out of the;
coffee-pot, and I sat down back Wdfe into
the mitter-dtah.
" What makes things do so ?"
Moral.? To heir both sides Is essential to
justice: but when children are the culprits
we seldom hear "the other side," unless
sympathy acarches for It and interprets it ;
and even then the half is not told.
Gathering R<??e?.
Out In the shaded i>orch she stood,
Twlnlwr the sweet row vine.
" Said I, " There la one bright rose I see
That I fain would keep as mine.'?
" I'll tos$ j ou your choice," she gaily said,
The rose leave* fluttering o'er her head.
" My rose,'' wild I, "is the largest there.
And If t' At one you refimv
Thc sweetest, brightest* l*\sl of all?
None other will I Choose."
" Come gather your rose yourself!'' said she,
Turning her blushing faee from me.
Gladly I did her bidding thon.
And cl.l-.plng her hand In mine,
Onther-. d my row: all close to me
Under the" fragrant vine.
" Thi# Is the one I want!" cried I ;
Only a kiss for her reply.
FEIWOXAL. _
rPO T1IE PUBLIC.? Some persons having
1. circulated a report that because 1 preached at
the camp-meeting 1 was not a white man In princi
ple, I simply desire to say that I have only done
what while persons, including ministers of the
town, have done. J consider it mv dnty to labor for
the sou Ik of hII. He fore the war 1 understand that
al! the preaching to the colored people wa?< done by
white ml?tl t?TN. I am but a new-comer to this
pi tee. I wjis rcired in a Catholic country without
eilu'^tlou. Within the past few years I have lieen
converted, learned English and how to road. 1 am
honestly trying to Uo my duty to all. 1 embr.icc the
Lord .testis Christ.
JvlMt .JEREMIAH ROBILLARD.
WANTS.
\\7 ANTED, hv a man and wife without
YY chfMren, three or four ROOMS convenient
for housekeeping. In the vicinity of Church Ilill.
Hi nt not to exceed *!*.' per month. Address
,ly 1?-Jt* ALPHA I ? KL'FA . at this ofllce. |
WANTED, HANDS for cutting carpet-;
nigs, at 1420 Mai n street.
One SEVEN-OCTAVE PIANO for sale.
jy lii-lw*
WANTED, WOMEN and GIKL.S for
liis'-el:iss families in Hostou. Mass., and New
York and New Jersey. 1 have several orders for
two or three servants/in the same families, at very
high wages. Apply at once to
<J. P. J UST1S. Labor Agent,
jy 1U No. 0 Fifteenth street.
WANTED, a good COOK, WASHER
Y Y and IRONER. Applv, wiih recommenda
tions, to GEORGfc I. HERRING.
No. 1210 Rroad street,
jy I r?-a t or No. lt> Fifteenth street.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK, WASHER
AND IRONER. To one with good and satis
factory written recommendations good wages will
be paid. None other need applv at *?04 Leigh street.
WILLIAM IRA SMITH.
Also, a HOOD HOUSE-SERVaNT. jy t:--lt*
"\1TET NUKcfK.? Any lady wanting a
YY WET NURSE can procure one of good
character and also in good health by applying at
No. 1? south Third street. jy Hi-i't*
ANTED, a GOOD COOK, WASH EE
and I RONER at 1011 Clay street, jy IP-it*
W
WANTED, a No. 1 COOK. Also, a WO
MAN lor general house-work. Apply at No.
9 Twentv-sixth street, at Airs. JANE ATKINS'S.
jy 17-31' '?
WANTED, TWENTY GRANITE-C'UT
TERS on eiirbiug; twenty cents per lineal
foot paid. Also. TEN FIRST-CLASS COLORED
OUARRYMEN. Good wages paid at BOOTH'S
QUARltY, six miles from Petersburg, on Southside
roa?l. jv K-ot
TIT" ANT ED, l>y a graduate of the Univer
Y Y sltv of Yirglnln. a SITUATION in a College
or High School to teach Mathematics, Latin, Ger
man, and English. A ddross '? TKAC1I ICR," post
office box 21^. Richmond. Va. jy i7-eod<t*
H< >use-servant a nd w a s h e r
AM) IRONEK WANTED. Highest price
paid for :i tlrst-r:i 1 1* servant . Apply at No. 1:3 ii
Klt'rli street. north of Leigh ttroet. Jy lfi-fll*
WANTK1), A FEMALE TEACHER to
take charge of a small an'l relet school
in a hc.dthy neighborhood. Good salary and a plea
sant home for one that can come well recommended.
Address the subscriber at Vernou Hill post-ollici,
II difax county. Va. W. J. OULD.
Jy K'-r.'t.
CUM AC WANTED.?" We pay the highest
KJ market price ill CASH for SUMAC. T lie leaves
must bo of gr<-en color, well dried, and free, from
sand, sticks, and lierries. We receive it either at
our tannery, in Manchester: or in Richmond. at
Rocketts ill ills, adjoining City Cas Works ; at any
landing or railroad depot ; or at our store, No. 1422
Main street.
Jy l-dJE wain 1 1 U l.ST A K I NG .
BUSINESS WANTS.
WANTED, A PARTNER IN A FIIiST
T V CLASS HOTEL. doing a good business, in a
city of 3u,0tiu Inhabitants. To an energetic man.
willing to apply himself to the business, with asm.il I
amount of money, a splendid opportunity will be
ottered. Apply to J. K. (iOI)DIN'.
jy li'-ot " 12111 Main street, ltichmond. Va.
WANTED, all my customers, friend*, mid
the public, to know that on THURSDAY,
.June 2-th, 1 will re-occupy my former store, No.
liKMMain street, four doors above Kirst Market,
where 1 hope soon to offer them the best retail stock
in the eitv. I am grateful for the patronage re
ceived during the past seven years, and if my past
dealing commends itself to you, 1 feci encouraged
to continue on that line to the end.
je 23 R. F. .1 AMES.
WANTED, PURCHASERS FOR GOOD
BUILDING LOTS situated on high and
healthy ground near the city, l'rlce only $25, iu
mouthlv instalments of $1 each. Call at once on
Ii. 11. NEWBUKN,
Je 22 1014 Main street.
ItrSIXKKS CHANCES.
RA R E BUSINESS CHANCE.? THE
STOCK AND FIXTURES OK A TOISACCO
FACTORY FOR SAL The business wellestal>
li-hed and now in operation, with a capacity of I.ocm
pounds per day, which can lie increased to
pounds by a small addition of machinery. To etl'ect
a quick sale, will sell cheap and on unusuailv good
terms. For particulars address u II.." care ofletler
cairlcr No. 1. Rlchiiiinid post-olllce. jy 10-3t*
T "offer FOR SALE MY LAW LI
JL ISRAKY AND OFFICE FURNITURE AND
UNEXPIRED LEASE OF OFFICE. A good op
portunity. WILLIAM NORWOOD, '.lit.,
jy ir.-nv 1-IOJ Main street. Richmond, Va.
SPECIAL NOTICE.? 1 have a few fine
0 (SOLD WATCHES,
CHAINS, and
DIAMONDS,
left from mv last sale, whlrh I am anxious to sell at
about hall the original cost. Money lent on valua
bles at S. A. WINSTOCK'S Loan Office.
No. 17 Fourteenth street, under Exchange Hotel.
LOST. STRAYED, Ac.
IOSl yesterday, the 18th instant, a
J WATCH--FKAL. The tinder will receive a
lilieral reward hv leaving itat 409 Broad street.
Jy it>-3t*
T OST, WEDNESDAY THE 17Tn,K*j?
A J a MOTTLED CANARY? :t tine singer. ME?,,
A lilieral reward will be paid If delivered at
.'>(K? Sixtli street, between Clay and Leigh,
jv i*-?t?
UOR RENT, HOUSE on ea*t side/?$
I- Fourth street between Canal and Byrd?
ten rooms, water, and ga?.
Also, HOUSE oh cast side Second street <*twoen
Cary aud Canal? nine rooms ; kitchen wff& four
rooms; gas, water, aud bath.
Also, HOUSE on west side Third street be Cm-en
Broad and Marshall? three rooms and water.
Also, HOUSE on west side Locust alley? seven
rooms and all conveniences.
Apply to
jy l?-eodSt GRUBB3 a WILLIAMS.
AN ESTRAY MARE MULE, of*
no particular marks, but has depr<V
dated almost dally and nightly for the past
sixty days. The owner will 'please comcdik^
forward and prove propertv and pav cliarges.
ROBERT F. MORRISS,
Jy 17-;;tv Chesterfield county.
rrO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN?
X Notice is hereby given tliat the Rlehinond and
Danville Railroad Company will apply to the County
Court of Chesterfield county on the 12th day ot
August, ls72, to appoint live disinterested tree
holders ot said county to constitute a Board to faith
fully and impartially ascertain what will be a just
compensation to the'owners ot such of the lands in
saia count}' as are proposed to lw taken by the said
company for its purposes In the construction and
working of a branch road from a point at the " Y,"
011 the co;d sidiug, on its road near Coalfield station,
through the lands of the Clicsterlield Coal andiron
Mining Company and others to a point on the land
known as the Union Coal property, hi saldcountv.
TH E KICUMt )N D A N D t>A N V i L L E "
RAILROAD COMPANY,
Jy 5-F4w By counsel.
HOME IN VIRGINIA.
On sale PLANTATIONS, FARMS, SUBURBAN
and CITY RESIDENCES, and TOWN LOTS. Se
veral FIRST-CLASS ESTATES on James river,
and others In different sections of the State. Trices
low and terms accommodating.
-\Y. B. ROBINS,
an ? IMLsWit vrJm 1114 Main street.
T J. MONTAGUE,
fJ ? MANUFACTURER OF SASH, BLINDS,
DOORS, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
and SCROLL-WORK,
in all their varieties, corner of Ninth and Arch
streets. Richmond, Va.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Send for circular. toy lr-d.sw&wam
QTOCKS FOR SALE.
50 SHABES VIRGINIA SUGAR REFINERY.
ALSO,
STOCK OF NATIONAL BANK OF VIRGINIA ;
STOCK OF STATE BANK OF VIRGINIA;
ISAACS, TAYLOR & WILLIAMS,
Jy 12-1 w Bankers.
w
now nowi ?nHn
/tffiinSdor Kcter "f pleasure. .
! being lighted throaghout with gas, with
SWEET SPRINGS. MONROE COUNTY,
WKST VA ? Tlila well known awl favorite
WATERING-PLACE 1b now open, with ample
accommodations for eight, hnndren jnieste.
Tbiims: $3 per day; $7S for one month; fdopcr
month for two or more month*.
GEORGE McGOVERN,
Jy 4-5w Superlnteiulent.
^HE NATURAL BRIDGE HOTEL
tHE NATURAL BRIDGE, VIRGINIA.
Tills hotel, thoroughly renovated In every par
ticular. now offers comfortable accommo<laf Ions at
moderate rates? viz.,
Boa rd per day $ 2 50
Hoard per week 10 on
Board per month 30 oo
A dally line of stages each way between Bonsack*#,
Virginia ?nd Tennessee railroad, and Goshen, C.
and A. railroad, parses this poinLarrlving here from
Bonsack'a to dinner, and from Lexington to break
fast.
Packet boats from Lynehbnrg land passengers at
Gllmore's Mill, two miles from the Bridge. Hacks
will attend the arrival of packets and bring passen
ger* to the hotel.
Noeffort will be omitted to make all comfortable
who visit the Bridge. A. LEA B.
iv "-2m Superintendent.
VARIETY SPRINGS.? These Spring are
fifteen miles west of Staunton, on the Chesa
peake and Dido railroad, cars stopping at the door.
The mineral waters are superior and mountain
scenery sublime. House opened for the reception of
visitors on the 20th June. Price of board : $35 per
month : $in per week : and 82 per day. Bathing in
healing water gratis. Dr. R.S. Hamilton, physician.
Je 25-1 m " f. A M. BUKRUSS. Proprietors
Gt REENWOOD DEPOT, VA., ON THE
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
The boarding-house at this place is now opened
for Hie season at the following rates :
Board per day * 2
Per week lo
For four weeks 30
Colored servants and children under ten years oi
age half prlcc.
je lo WALTER IHNWIPDIE.
THE hot springs,
1 BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
are now open to visitors. Its waters are celebrated
for the cure of Rheumatism. Gout, Paralysis, Tor
por of Liver. Chronic Diarrlmsi or Dysentery, Dis
eases of the Uterus. Affections of the .Skin, especially
of Svnhilitie origin, and numerous Chronic Diseases.
TIIK BATHS
vary In temperature from Su negroes to Jin degrees
Fahrenheit, and present every variety of chronic,
hath. They are, moreover, found to prepare tire sys
tem for the lieueticial action of waters found at the
various other Mineral Springs.
MCI) BATHS have l-een constructed similar to
those that are largely used at the most celebrated
spas in Germany, and which give sufferers the bene- '
lit of the very valuable remedial ageuts contained
in the mineral mud.
These SPRINGS offer unsurpassed attractions to
both the Invalid and pleasure-seeker. The equip
ment and management are equal to- those cf first- I
class city hotels. Every modern Improvement has
tieen provided.
Professor .1. L. CABELL, M. I).. of the Unlver
sltv of Virginia. Resident Physician. .
For pamphlets ami circulars address
S. C. TARDY & CO.,
Richmond, Va.; or
J. A. AUGUST,
Manager Hot Springs, Bath county, Va.
mv 20-3m
TfTARM SPRINGS, BATH COUNTY,
T T Va., have lieen much improved, and will
opeu on the 1.1th dune. Pamphlets to be had of
Messrs. Coleman A ltogers. Baltimore ; Purcell, Laild
A Co.. Richmond, or of the proprietors.
TKKMS : & per day; $uo per month of twenty
eight days.
EUBANK, REYNOLDS ft Co..
mv !7-2m Proprietors.
OOCK BRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS, VA.
OPKN JUNE 1. 1872.
This favorite and celebrated WATERING PLACE
will offer additional attractions this season. Among
other improvements, there lias been added an ele
gant and spacious ball-room, adlolnlng the parlor;
the parlor lias Iteen enlarged and Improved, and the
proximity of the two renders each easily accessible,
it will be'kept in a style not surjuissed anywhere in
Virginia.
The WATERSof these ppeciai Springs either cure
or greatly relieve most cases of Scrofula, Incipient
Consumption, Chronic Bronchitis, ( lironlc Laryn
gitis, tjlironle Pneumonia, Chronic Dvspcpsia.
Chronic Dianhiea. Chronic. Dvbciiterv. They are
also a great value, in those affect ions which are pecu
liar to the female constitution, and as au appetizer,
a tonic, and general restorative, they are, perh.tjis,
unrivalled amongst mineral watei's. Thf jiroprletor
will have provided for the lawns ajid ball-room a
first-class Band of Music, and In general all the
sources of amusement ami recreation usually found
at our best summer resorts will be a t the commando!
the guests at "ROCKBRIDGE ALUM." The place
Is within eleven to thirteen hours of Richmond,
Washington, Baltimore, etc., by mil, all in daylight.
Passengers leave the cars of "the Chesapeake and
i >bio railroad at Goshen depot, and new and 'degant
Mage coaches, passing rapidly over a smooth and
level road <d' only eight miles, set down the visitors
;it the Springs to tea.
JAMES A. FRAZEER, Proprietor.
Persons making use of the grounds, fte., of the
Springs, and not stopping at my hotel, will lie
?;narged half my regular rates.
The Rockbridge water is for sale by PURCELL,
LA id) ft CO.. Richmond, a:id GEORGE M. Mc
INTIRE, Charlottesville.
Descriptive pamphlets sent free on application,
mv lo-3 m
aiACHiyERY. AC.
J TOR SALE,
? A LARGE I.OT OK MACHINERY.
e HOISTING-ENGINE, about 18-horse power,
id on ti tifl on wheels, suitable for quarrying,
wrecking, pile-driving, Ac.. with or without
hammer, and all the fixtures for prfle-driving;
. -HORSEPOWER UPRIGHT ENGINE and
UUlliKR. ?ni oiu' IkhI plate.
Ouc "-HOUSE POWER AGRICULTURAL EN
GINE, mounted on wheels:
One v-HOKSE POWER PORTABLE ENGINE
add P.OILER.
Both ol* the above can t?o seen ranniwrat our shop.
One NEW 12-1IORSE POWER PORTABLE EN
GINE.
One NEW 10-IIORSE POWER STATIONARY
ENGINE, with "Wheeler's" Patent Balance
Valve:
One SECOND-HAND 10-IIORSE POWER STA
TIONARY ENGINE,
One SK? OND-UAND 12-IIORSE POWER PORT
AIM. K BOILER.
One SECOND-HAND 8-HORSE POWER UP
RIGHT BOILER.
( >n<; 25-1 10 USE POWERSTATIONAR Y ENGINE,
One JW-IIORSE l'< >WER STATIONARY ENGINE,
OneS-HORSE POWER STATION A RY ENGINE,
Two 35-HORSE POWER TUBULAR BOILERS.
with Fronts, Grate. IVirs. Ac., all rt>mp!ele;
One .10-IIORSE POWKIl PORTA RLE BOILER,
with all its fixtures omiplctc:
Three PLAIN CYLINDER BOILERS of 15-liorse
power each ;
One ..-FOOT ALDFN FAN BLOWER ;
One *;VIN''H FAN BLOWER ;
One PORTA BL ffi GRIST HULL, with 3-1'oot French
Biivr Stones :
One new- GRAY A WOOD PLANER, K-foot
ln'fl. 2i Inches wide.
.One SCREW CUTTING SLIDE L A THE, 10 Inches
swing and 7-foot bed, nearly new;
One FOOT LATHE, suitable for gunsmith or jew
eller :
Five EARL'S PATENT STEAM PUMPS, assort
ed sizes;
Three FORCE PUMPS, from one to four-inch
plunders :
SHAFTING. PULLEYS, and HANGERS of all
rites.
Steam and Water Gauges. Peet and Globe
Valves. Gauge Cocks, Tallow Cups, Water Gauge
Glasses, all kinds of Oil Cans, Steam Whistles, and
a general assortment of Engineer*1 supplies. Also,
a large assortment of u-nv au?i second-hand Tobacco
Shapes, Shane l'nssus. Box Presses, Bunds and un
lets, and all kinds of Tobacco Fixtures made to
order.
The above will be sold at very reasonable prices,
and on accommodating terms.
SI.OAT A ADD1NGTON,
Nos. 1422, 1424. 342(1. and 1425* Cary street,
and Nos. 13 and 15 soutii Fifteeiitli street,
my 11
, ^yyiLLIAM E. TANNER & CO.,
METROPOLITAN WORKS,
| CANAL STREET FROM SIXTH TO SEVENTH
manufacturers of
ENGINES,
BOILERS,
SAW-MILLS,
BARK. GRIST, and PLASTER MILLS
GAS MACHINERY.
MILL-GEARING, Ac.
Repair-work solicited.
Freights to all points low.
Senu for circular. oc 4
dissolutions * partnerships.
qUIE pSil OF ivYATT & EVANS is
A this day dissolved by mutual consent. I have
withdrawn from .tlie Painters' Union, but I still re
main at my old si ind. No. 7(14 Grace street, in rear
of the Richmond 1 lieatre. ready to do PAINTING,
WHITENING, COLORING, Ac., on reasonable
terms. Anv referen ce given that may l>c required,
jy 1 5-fit * WILLIAM A. WYATT.
N otice of co-partnekship.?
From and after this date Mr. John B. Pl*u
ceu, is admitted to ail .Interest in our business.
P URCELL, l^ADD A CO.
Richmond, July i, 1ST2. jy 1
0
FFICE OF THE SHILLI NGER
ARTIF1C1AL-STONB PAVEMENT
FOR THE
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
No. 312 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
We are now prepared to lay down the above
named pavement in the most artistic manner, and
iu any design, pattern, or color desired, and at a
cost f.ir less than that of flagging. We will :dso lav
court-yards, areas, cellars of houses, floors of sta
bles, Ac., using the celebrated English Portland
??ment, thereby insuring great durability, entire
freedom from dust, smoothness of surface, and
oeauty of fluLsh. Ac.
Specimens of the work can be seen :it Ditptxtch
office and E. Gcrot's, on-Main street; Colonel Ord
wayV, on Franklin street; and Samuel S. Cartcr'u,
on Grace street.
* Orders received at the o.^n'e, 012 Main rtreet.
je 21-cmi " d. B. TERRAS & CO,
AT l? ATQt FOR Sale .private. 1
O LY.-A 8MALL FARM of TifS AC&E&
one-third timltcrca, the balance improved. and /ha*
on ita comfortable dwelling, tbe usnal ont-honses,
small orchard. flnc water, Ac., situated era the Deep
Btm fcurnpik* six and a Imif miles treat of tee
MB : Liberal. Applvto - r ;r : v
RICHARDSON & COm
1113 Main street.
CUM AC MILL FOB 8ALK OB BENT.?
O A moat complete SUMAC MILL for rale or rent,
situated in Petersburg, Va., about five yards from
the railroad. Tbe machinery consist* of n boiler, ,
engine, reels. elevators, conveyer*, belting. shafting.
Searing, Ac. : all in perfect order. Tin; styufttFoij of
le mill is an admirable oh'e. as It possesses a.great j
man v advantages? as fo lows : Tbe rent of the mill ]
bail ding la very njodcrate : tbe jrntpr Is, conveyed to ,
the mill from .the river;, tbe proximity to .the rail- 1
road enables the purchaser of snmnc to deliver It at J
the mill, and all sumac ground to be carried ?nd 3
placed on the railroad, thereby savins: water rent
and curtate on sumac bought and sold. The caps*
cltvof tlie mill is about. t,ooo tons per annum, und
same may be increased to l..*?oo tons if desired. Par
ties wishing to engage in the business need have no H
fears about obtaining a sufficient quantity of sumac
leaves to keep tbe mill employed during* the whole
year.as it is the most productive section of the State,
and labor can be engaged at a less rate than any
where else In tbe southern States. Terms lllieral.
Parties desirous of purchasing or rentimr will ad
dress G. DAVIS & CO..
jv ls-lm l>ox D9. Petersburg, Va. .
By Moody 4 Royall,
Ileal Estite Agents and Auctioneers,
office corner of Seventh and Hull streets,
Manchester, Va.
Fob sale privately, twenty
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS IN' THE
' BUCK HILL" ADDITION* TO THE TOWN OF
MA NCHESTER.? These valuable Jots front 33 feet
on Hull and Decatur streets, running back 157 feet1
to an alley Id feet wide. The elevated position of!
these lots makes them highly attractive. The vfewj
is unsurpassed, as they command a full view of tin: :
entire city of Richmond and surrounding 'country.;
Location "as healthy :is any in the State.
A plat of the above-descrilied property can Ue stcn
at our office. Terms and prices are liberal. ,
We will take pleasure In giving any information
in regard to this desirable propertv.
MOODY & ROYALL,
jv 13 If pal Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
Sale of valuable beal estate
O IN HALIFAX COUNTY, VA ?By virtue of a
deed of trust executed on the Mb day of August,
lsop, by James A. Moon and E. B. Moon and their
wives "to the undersigned trustees, duly recorded in
the clerk's office of the Comity Court ot Halifax,
and bv authority of a decree pronounced in the
chancery suit otr E.B. .Moon r/t. Gordon & Pendle
ton, trustees. ,fcc., we will, on MONDAY the 26th
day of August, 1^72 (that being court-day), sell at 12
o'clock M? in front of the court-house, at Halifax
Courthouse, at public auction, the TRACT OF
LAND on which E. I?. Moon resides, containing
Four hundred and twenty acres, be
the same more or less, lacing a portion of the tract
purchased by said Moons of A. T. Blanks. deceased,
tying on the north side of Dan river eight miles
from Scott-lmrg depot, on the Richmond and Dan
ville railroad. This is one of the best farms In the
county of Halifax, with a .cood proportion of river
bottoms. The soil is well adapted to the growth of
wheat, tobacco. Ac. An abundance of timiier and
Mater. Tbe improvements are excellent. consisting
of a FRAMED DWELLING, nearly new, painted
white, with six rooms, and ail necessarv out-fious> *:
li * if VS, &C. Also, a good ORCliAR DOF ('HOICK
FRUIT.
ro.? e..sion given for seeding purposes the 1st of
September, and full possession the 2.*>th of Decem
ber next.
This is a good location for a country store.
Teh ms : One-third cash: balance on a credit of
?six. twelve, and eighteen months, bonds with np
proved security bearing interest from date of sale at
Mx percent., conditioned with waiver of homestead
exemption. & e. Vendors* lien retained.
For further particulars, address J. N. Got! DON',
Attorney at Law, Lvnehhurg. Va.
?J. N. GORDON.
WILLIAAl C. PENDLETON,
jy !7-?tawtds Trustees.
DESIRABLE SUBURKAN FARM FOR
SALE 'J his Farm, the residence of the bite
Colonel J. Mi G. Dickinson, lies on the Nine-Mile
road. one and a half miles east of t ho citv. :m<l con
triins OX E HUNDRED AND THIRTY AND A
HALF ACRESof highly-improved land.
The buildings consist o'f a brick dwelling contain
ing six rooms, Kitchen with two rooms, two quar
ters. barn, stables, carriage-house, shelters. Jfcc.
Tlic yar.l is ornamented with forest trees and ever- ,
greens! There Is a large and choice apple orchard
on the property, in full bearing. <;nod neighborhood.
The property will lie divided, if desired, so as to
give to one tract seventy-six ami a half acres and to
the other lil'tv-fonr acres. Immediate possession
can be had. * ClKUliGK M. DKEWKY,
jy l.'i-S.tM^rodtt* Hil l Main street.
BUILDING LOTS IN WOODVILLE
FOR SALE PRIVATELY.? O N K HUNDRED
BUILDING I.OTS, 3nx l.lo feet, in the growing vil
lage of Woodville, consisting "f about FORTY
ACRESof beautiful table land, at the northern
terminus of Tweuty-liflh street, (.'lunch Hill, with
a number of houses finished and others being
erected, a church, school. Ac., and other improve
ments attractive to the man of moderate means,
whose attention should he particularly directed to
this property,
Tknms : \ cry accommodating.
Apply to " RICHARDSON & CO..
jy-Min lllo Main street.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.? A nimi-l
l<er of beautiful BUILDING LOTS on the Me- |
chaniesville turnpike. Seventeenth (or Valley) street.
Washington, a no other streets, for sale privately.
Property lately purchased in this locality is 1 icing
rapidly improved, and no point around the city ot- I
f'Ts greater Inducements to buvers. Applv to
RICHARDSON & CO.. 11 13 Maln'street.
jy 1-151
BUILDING I.OTS IN MANCHESTER
FOR .SALE PRIVATELY.? Fifty heaiitiful
BUILDING LOTS, 31 by 157 feet, in Pm-ell's
and Calieil's extension of Marx's addition to
Manchester on the east, convenient to Mayo's
bridge. the granite <piarry, and other important
places of business, for s ule 'privately upon very Mic
ro I terms. Apptj to J.'ICHARDsON ,fc CO.,
Jy 4-1 ill 1113 Main street.
FOR ICKXT.
T^Olv KENT, THE SECOND FLOOR,
JL containing THREE ROOMS, wllh otherj&ii!
accommodations and privileges, at No. 314 (inice
street, between Third and Fourth. Possession given
at once. Apply on the premises. jy li)-3t*
IU>R KENT, FIRST-CLASS STOKE ft*;
HOUSE, suitable for anv bushiest No. 11 JSiiiL
Seventeenth street, opposite Old Market arch, next
to Frisclikorn's restaurant, between Main and
Franklin. Possession given Immediately. Apply
at U'2 Si n t li street, between Marshall and Clav.
Jy in-tt* "
T;0R KENT, TWO UIM'EK R003JS?*j
A at the south wot corner of Hank and >gjjil
Eleventh streets, suitable for otllces or lodirings.
Apply to ,1. L. AlTERSON,
jy Is? tit. Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
T
SEEDSMEN, FLORISm fte.
U11NIP SEED.
A FULL SI?ITLY OF FRESH TURNIP SEED.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN GROWN.
RED-TOP STRAP LEAK,
WHITE FLAT DUTCH,
LARGE WHITE NORFOLK,
LARGE WHITE GLOBE,
YELLOW ABERDEEN,
DALE'S HYBRID,
SEV EN-TOP,
SWEDISH or RUTA-HAGA.
Warranted of the same superior quality we have
heretofore sold.
jy-13 ALLISON & ADDISON.
EDICATIOKAL
AUGUSTA FEMALE SEMINARY,
1\ STAUNTON. VA.
The ACADEMIC TERM of this institution be
gins the MIDDLE OK SEPT KM BER and closes the
corresponding time the following June.
This is the largest tirst-class institution in Vir
ginia. It has a corp^of upwards of twenty otlicers
and teachers: the English course more extensive
and thorough than elsewhere found In female
schools.
Advantages for music and languages cannot be
surpassed. Seven music teachers ? four instrumental
and three vocal? are constantly employed whose
reputation has extended wherever the school Is
known.
A resident French governess and native French
gentleman teach the pupils to speak the language as
well as read and write it.
The bulidijigs, for comfort, elegance, and conve
nience. are unsurpassed by any in the State.
For full particulars, apply to
Miss M. J. BALDWIN,
jy P-codSm Principal.
iT. MARY'S TIIGII SCHOOL. FOR
S
O ItOYS. will bo open again on the FIRST MON
DAY IN SEPTEMBER. This well-known insti
tution is conducted by the 1'enedktlne Fathers of
St. Mary's church, and afTords to Catholic parents!
and guardians a ran.- opportunity to have their sons
and wards thoroughly Instructed In all the custom- |
arv branches of a complete commercial and classi
cal course of studies. Special earu Is given to be
ginners, and paramount attention paid to religious
instruction ot all classes.
The school-rooms are refitted, and all due care
will be taken to render this institution? the
only one of its kind in this city ami vicinity
worthy of the patronage of a Catholic community.
Tkums : $."5 per month, to lie paid in advance.
For particulars applv to
KKV. Dll. HERMANN WOLFE, O. S. R.,
jy 17-lm corner Fourth and Marshall streets.
nnilF NEXT SESSION of IIAMRDEN
A SYDNEY COLLEGE will liegln on THURS
DAY, September 5th.
In addition to ilie studies of the curriculum, in
struction will be given In German by Professor \Val- ]
ter Blair, and In trench by Professor Addlaon Hoge,
at a fee of S'10 for each language.
For further particulars, or tor catalogue, address
REV. J. M. P. ATKINSON. D. D.,
Hampden Sydney College,
jy ; Xhn Prince Edward county, Va.
RESTAURANTS.
rI ETELLE, No. T204 Main street, Ls fully
fortified against summer's hea..
Wliat with one exjiedient and another
will go liard If he doesn't keep his cus-^|)[email protected]' y
tomers and friends co<il and comfort- O
able., let tlie summer god rage never so fiercely.
His LARDER lias the best products of the reason,
from the tropics to the lakes, which are vrved ill
the BE>T STYLE OF A RT.
His DAR Is the best both for skilful orewingand
superior liquors? u uequa 1 led in this citv. If with
these and ice* and roollmr mineral waters gentle
men can't keep cool then tl,e wcatl^j- must be'aa hot
as Vesuvius itself.
Thankful for past fsvors, he -.onows his invitation
to the public, and promises r^focion lf tjmt is ^
lie found in this world. ja jj>
Book and jq.^ printing neatly
EXECUTED. THIS OW;&
pnHSSSK
come* ?isfettftBB$ aid FrartWlA bU <?. f|
MAIBlGANY SOFAS and CIWJ^j
MARBLE-TOP PA RLOR TABLES. - . |
WAKf JH0BE8, BUREAUS..ftnd WA8H STANDS ,
t STRIPED REPS PARLOR 81HT>
S&RBLE-TOP ETAGEREMDEBOARD,
COTTAGE CHAMBER FUITS,^ . -
WAT.MtIT EXTENSION DINING TABLE,
walnut 6ane dining-room chairs,
con
A* 11 o'clock, a consignment or <ji<uuiir,?
sfsting of . ? . '?=., ?
PLAT EDDISHES, CTfPS'knd SAUCERS,
BASINS and EWERS, CO VKREI) DISHES
G OB LETS, W I N ES, BAR GLASSES.
LAMPS, CELERIES. PRESERVES, &C-. &<J.
_jy_10^ COOK Ik LAtrOHTON, Auctioneers. ;
By W. B. Ratcliffe, Auctioneer,
No. 1512 Main street.
C FECIAL SALE "of GROOERIES.-I
O -will offer Jit miction on FRIDAY, 13th Instant,!
at my stote, 1512 Main street, commencing at balf-'j
pant 10 o'clock A. M.. aiarjre and desirable stock of
GROCER I ES. Ac.* ronnisllng of
BACON? SIDES, SHOULDERS, and HAMS;
REFINED SUGARS, various grades",
CoFFEES-RI?> and JAVA ;
TEAS, in caddies of 5, 7, and 10 pounds ;
MACKEREL and HERRINGS;
S TRUPS?s^veral grades"
WASHBOARDS und TUBS ;
PEPPEIt. MUSTARD,
PAPER, Ac.:
to which will 1m- added
ISO bushels prime "Main Carter" POTATOES.
Jy \* , W. B. RATCLIFFE.
By W. B. RVibins,
KwA E^nfe Auctioneer, nil Main street.
HA n r> s o m e Tot ox elm wood;
STKRET, IX SIDNEY. NEAR MONROE
PARK, WITH A SMALL FRAMED COTTAGE
THEREON. l;OR SALE AT AUCTION.-By re
quest of the owner, I will sell the above-described:
property, located on the north side of Elmwood (or
.Main ) street on the sqnare opposite to Morton's Cower
garden, at auction on FRIDAY, 19th instant. at 6
o'clock P.M. The LOT fronts 34 feet, and has a
deptli of 109 feet to a twenty-foot allev.
Terms : At sale.
W. B. ROBINS. Auctioneer.
Jv 17-tds 1114 Main stircf.
By W. Goddin,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
comer of Eleventh nncl Bank streets.
( "lOMMISSIONER'TsALE OF A FARM
V7 OF TWO HUNDRED ACHES, WITHIN i
ABOUT TWO ANI) A HALF MIL EM .Of A.
DEPOT ON THE NORFOLK AND. PE'l'ERS
BURG RAILROAD, IN THE COUNTY OF SUS 1
SEX.? By virtue of a decrcr; o?' Tlit Chancery Court
of Richmond entered on Ihn 29th June, 1*72, in the
ea.se of Grant, Ac., <\*. Newburn, Ac., I shall, a*
sjxtI.iI coinmisKlcwr thereby appointed, proceed to
sell at auction, at the ofllceof Wellington Goddin.
real estate auctioneer, corner of Bank and Eleventh
streets. In the city of Richmond, on FRIDAY the
IfUh July, is?j. at 12 o'clock M., the TlfACT OF
LAND located as above, on the south side of Black
Swamp, in Sussex county, containing two hundred
acres, more or less, having thereon a small dwelling- J
house.
Tekms : One- tlilrf* cash ; balance at six and twelve
months for negotiahie notes, interest added, and
title retained till allot' the piirelinse tnDney he paid
and a conveyance ordered by tti'e court.
ROBERT HOWARD.
jy4 Commissioner.
SHERIFF'S SALE.? By virtue of an or
derof Ihe Chancery I 'unit of the city of Rich
mond entered June 22,*1S72. In thesiiit of Apperson,
administrator. ,<tc., Brown. Ac.. I shall proceed
to sell, at iny office, No. 1115 Main street, on FRI
OAY. July *19, 1872. commencing at 1? o'clock A. M..
the following property? to wit. One Sofa, four Pic- I
lure?, two feewlim-Maehines, lot Iron Wheels and1
fixtures for Sewing-Machines lot wood Work-,
Boxes, Ac., for same, lot Machine Screws and Tacks, (
live Chairs, two Showcases, and one Writing-Desk.
JOHN W. WRIGHT,
Jy i?-rds Sheriff City Richmond.
By OruMj* A Williams,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
Framed dwelling and lot on
THE NORTH SIDE OF JACKSON BK-I
TWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS AT
AUCTION.? Oil FRIDAY. lPth July, at ?l o'clock
1'. M.. we will sell upon the premises the DWELL
ING formerly owned hy Mrs. Maria Clarke. It has
live rooms and a kitchen. The lot is no l?v 137 feet.
We invite the attention of persons of moderate
means to this sale.
Tekms : At the sale.
GRUBBS A WILLIAMS,
Jy 17 Auctioneers.
c
UKOCKKIGS,
1UT HERRINGS.
1.000 BARRELS WOOD'S CUT HERRINGS.
In store, for sale by
ROBERT F. WILLIAMS A CO.
fly I'M
>OE HERRINGS.
X
250 HALF BARRELS WOOD'S FAMILY ROE
HERRINGS
fi<r sale 1 ? v
jy 13 " ROBERT F. WILLIAMS* CO.
THRESH TEAS.
r. clients fresh and superior GREEN and BLACK
TEA at reduced prices.
Jy 13 _ WM.Ji. DANDRIGDE & CO.
C PICES AND VINEGAR FOR PICK- 1
K) LING. WM.G.DANDRIDGE A CO.
,).v ix j
TJOLLADAY'S new family flour,
ALL GRADES OLD FLOUR,
for sale by
iy 13 PALMER, HARTSOOK & CO.
GE
ORGE W. LEGO'S
FAMILY FLOUR.
We. ire now reidy to take orders for tlds superior
brand of
FAMILY FLOUR.
Every barrel is warranted to give satisfaction.
Jv 1 A. Y. STOKES A CO.
1,500
SACKS CADIZ COARSE SALT.
Receiving this day
1,300 SACKS CADIZ SALT,
which w? offer to the trade at lowest market price.
Jf 21 (\ TARDY & CO.. Importers.
THRESH TEAS ? GREEN and* BLACK
J- TEAS receiving of fine qualltv.
WILLI AM G. DANDltlDGEA CO..
je 27 f*'27 Bmad street,
I S S p RA N V E i 0 .11 PAXIE8.
R" OYALFI REINSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL S10,nn0,000.
Deposited with Treasurer of Virginia. *?'<>?' ???.
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COM PAN V- OF
LONDON.
CAPITAL ?*,000,000.
Deposited with Treasurer of Virginia. $5o.uki.
Shareholders uori'onaliy responsible for the obli
gations of the above companies.
Representing the above staunch old English com
panies, we solicit the patronage of the public u|>ou
their unquestionable tecurity, prompt and lilieral
settlement of ail claims, and heavy income.
JOHN 11. CLAIBORNE & CO., Agents,
No. 1J0> Main street.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS OVER S^O.nOO.OOO.
Casli dividends declared in January of each year.
Premiums payable annually, semi-annually, and
quarterly.
The oldest, LAitOEST, and cheapest company
lu the United Hiatus.
JOHN II. CLAIBORNE. Agent.
Je 20-3m No. lltW Main btrcet.
N
ORTH BRITISH
AND
MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF
LONDON AND EDINBURGH. G. B.
Capital, *10,600,000 In gold; Invested In the United
States over $1, 50<mx>0 ; deiioslt'.d with Treasurer of
Virginia, $00,000 In United States bonds.
Having '?ccii appointed agents to Uie above-named
company, we are prepared to issue its policies agai tint
los* or damage by lira on buildings, merchandise. atrl
personal property of all kinds, on the cost liberal
terms.
Looses equitably adjusted and promptly paid.
' D. N. WALKER & CO.,
oc 7 No. 1014 Main street.
OILS.
SALAD OIL.
Antonlnl's finest SALAD OIL. In quarts and pints;
Oliver A Son'* finest OLIVE OIL ;
Finest LUCCA OIL, in llasks;
Just received and for sale low by
A'. PIZZINI. JR.,
my J *07 Broad fit ml.
LjME AXl) CEMEXT.
C GROUND AND CALCINED PLASTER
vJ AND LATHS.
150 tons GROUND PLASTER.
tnrrels C ALCINED PLASTER,
1W.WK) K ASTERN LATHS, dallv expected jut
schooner Fred Gray,
je 20 A. S. LKE.
T IME, LIME, LIME. ? The Lipse lnanu
i J factum! by us In Botetourt county, known as
WTLSON OR ROCKYILLE LIME, will hereafter
i?epat ojjou the rearketnmder the name of INDIAN
ROCK LIME. Orders for which ma y be left at our
office, No. 1.XJ3 Dock street,
DILLON, ELLETT A CO.
November 91, lBTi. 00 *3
A LL KINDS OF JOB WORK NEATLY
/i FXPOflTED AT Tiil? DISPATCH PRi VT
tSQ BOUSS,
mmrn^.T?Trrr
rinfc* with all hervitilpfflOTts, tfeaiws, ie*- j m
^SikniMmi?tVoAxr^.
!'?;. fly W. G'<xMi??r; , .,,,
Auctioned 1M|
i
corner Eleventh aiid tialijt einils.
J AND!
NEAR
i uk on ! iir>^riH r vm .? jw ?< <?..-- ... .i ctrtnin ,
deed of trust, tigaring date the }5th Jnly, 1870, <lul>
recorded in Ilerirlco Cotrtity Court, I shall, lnexccu
tloii thereof, proceed to sell at public auction, oil tl:e
premises, on TIlVRSDAt the 1st August, 1*72, at 6
o'clock P. M? lot No. 25 In the mib-fUvlsiotl or Dr.;
John K. Ilarvle.'g plan, fronting 07 feet on the east '
llntiof Carter street, running liaek 150 feet, having'
thereon a comfortable framed dwelling. f|
Tkkms : Liberal and made know at the. hour of
sale. \V. GODDIN.
jy 19 Trustee.
By James 31. Taylor,
Real, 'Estate Aftcnl and Auctioneer,
Office No. 1110 Malu street.
That desirable property
KNOWN AS THK MOTICELLO HOTEL,
ON THE SOUTH SI HE OF BROAD BETWEEN
SIXTH AND SEVENTH STREETS. FOR SALE
AT AUCTION?W111 be sold on THURSDAY the
25th day of July. ists. on the i?rtrals^.aL5i?*/2l?ick? I
P. M.. that valuable property. As alioVe located, |
The lot froMs.to Fv leo feet, and the improvements 1
consist of n large three-story BRICK BUILDING
well suited for Hotel purposes. On the tirst floor
there Is a large bar-room, sitting-room, store-room,
and kitchen : also a fine store, now .occupied by J.
M. Granger. Esq., with two rooms In rear, and a
large dhiliiK-romn, in which there can Im- seated 15o
persons; on the second floor there Is a large ciub
room. fronting 4<> feet on Broad si reet. with a portico
rimiiiug the whole leufrth of tlie building; several
lodging-rooms, and a splendid hall, with a stage, and
an entirely new set ot stage sceuerv. pm fixtures,
tableau jets. ladies' and cents1 drcKnlng-rooms, ?tc.;
and ou thetliird floor there are nlue large airy rooms, I
all In good order. < ...
Those disposed to purchase ar^l'iVltSid to examine
tins property Itefore the day br sale.
Tkhms : V<>!*y liberal, and uiade known on day of
sale. JAMES M. TAYLOR.
Jy 1? Auctioneer.
By Grubbs & Williams,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents.
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
PUBLIC RENTING". Of WVO i^iNE
FARMS NEAR. RT' llM'OlVD. AND ADMIN- j
istratoiC* sale of household FURNI
TURE. VALUABLE LIBRARY. AND SILVER
WARE, AT AUCTION ? On FRIDAY, 2d August,
commencing at l! o'clock A. M- upon the premises,
I will rent at public auction. for the term of onevcar.
the CRElGIl TON EM' ATE, of which the late l>r.
William A. Christian died seized, lying about four
miles east of Richmond, it will be divided Into two
tracts, to wit :
1st. THE HOME TRACT. with 2"fl acre*, em
bracing no acres for small jrrjin. tu acres In clover,
and ?2'i acres of nieadow, suitable for corn.
2d. THE OLD l/UAl.TER TRACT. with about]
2nd acres, embracing loo acres frjt small tthiltl, to
acres in clover, ami twj a^res i/ ?u?adow i;?ud for
corn.
Ample Kn'.lvJVngt of all kinds a re upon each tract.
Possession given of laud in time to seed wheat,
and full possesion on 1st January next, if not he
fore.
B??nd with approved sccuriiv will lie required.
After which will lie sold the'liOUSEIIOLI) FUR
NITURE. with the usual variety; a valuable private
LIBR \RY, and quite a huge quantity of SILVER
WARE.
Tkkms : Announced al the time.
G. <5. MINOR. Administrator d. I>. n. c. t. n.
of W illiam A, christian. deceased
Gld'iuis & WtLi.lAMs, Auctioneer*
jy l S-c:o? I t27>f y t ? I Id
By Richardson &c Co.,
Jr*u! Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 1113 Main .street.
ONE H U N I> RED AND TWENTY
ACRES VALUABLE FARMING LAND I
NEAR T 1 1 K CITY FOR SALE BY AUCTION?
On TUESDAY the 23d Instant, at 1 o'clock l\M..we
shall sell hv auction, on the premises. -QKE HUN- 1
DRED and T WKNTV ACRES MJo VALUA
BLE FA Uil mvnrd NV U. i.uih;inlt, on the New .
< "entral (or 1 H? "rl ?ytr?\vii J road, adjoining (lie lands of |
Jaenb Ailoe mill others: all cleared, Improved, and
highly adapted to the growth of corn, wheat, oats,
fruit--', vegetables. etc.; and, from its proximity t"
the city and the depot of the Chesapeake andOhln
railroad, should l>e In every way desirable.
Tkums: One-l'onrth cash: " the iialanrc in six.
twelve, and eighteen months, with interest, tecuml
by a deedof trust. RICHARDSON & ?'<?.,
Jyil Auctioneers
By Gruhhs & Williams,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
p R E A T S A l/fc T ( )F BANKRUPTS"
VX ESTATES ON KR IDA Y. writ ? >F ?? V L Y, AT
I O'CLOCK I'. M., IN FRONT of the UNITED
STATES CUSTOM-IBMSE, BY BEQUEST OF
THE ASSIGNEES AND TR UST EES ? The.sc
estates lie in the counties of Goochland. Louisa,
Caroline. King and Queen. Essex, and Gloucester,
are about twentv-tive i:i number, and embrace about
SIX THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND. They range
in size from 7S to 70? acres. The most of fliem have
good improvements, w ith orchards. Some of them
are very superior estates, and could not have been
bought before the war. Now they in list, tie sold. All
matters Qt' choice and measures of ability can be
satis tied at this sale.
For' particulars, see advertisement in the Daily
Hffitr JtitrriHil.
Added to the above are estates iu the countlctt'of
Matthews, (Jlourc.ster, Dlnwiildic, and Sussex, and
real estate iu Richmond, to bes?dd without reserve.
GRL'UBS A WILLI \.MS,
Jy 13-eodlJyiatdtds Auctioneers.
By Grid iw & \Y Hit it!i?.
Auctioneer* and Real Estate AvtMits.
Eleventh street betwn u Main and Bank.
/COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF A RRICK
V.' DWELLING ON CLAY BETWEEN TWEN
TY-SEVENTH AND T W E N T Y-E 1 U II T II
STREETS AT AUCTION.
Claiborne, Ac., f Chancery Court of Richmond.
rtt. /
Scherinerhorn, &c. ) Decree June 27. l#72.
In execution of siid decree the undersigned com
missioners will sell at auction, u| on the premises, on
MONDAY, 'r.'d .Inly. at '> o'clock I*. M.. the BRICK
DWELLING situated as abo'e. occupied l?y Thomas
A. Staples. Em|. It lias six r* -outs ami a kiteheu
with t>\;o rooms. The lot is ss by about MO feet.
Tkkm.s : Cash for costs of suit and s.de ; balance at
one, two. and three ynrs for negotiable notes with
interest added, and title retained until notes are paid.
?JOHNS. MORSON.
WM. JOMA1I LEAKE,
< 'ommissloncn5.
Git turns & Williams. Aitctioni.'ers. Jyio
nKMISTRV.
J)R. 6E0K0K H. STEEL, jEgg,
NO. t-i:'. M.UX STIIKET,
RICHMOND, Va.
NOTICE ? With a view of repairing, enlarging,
and otherwise improving my place of business, my
office wlli 1m- closed durtiigthc mouth of August, ami
I will embrace mat opportunity to Introduce all the
latest improvements and supplv myself withafull
btOvU. of D K S T A 1. M A TK K l A L aud MA
CHINERY, so as to give my patients the fun U*ue
f it of my profession. GliuRGK B. STEEL,
jy S-eod'.'m I Kintist
J^EWAND VALUABLE LN'STB(J-Mfe
MENT.? Having added to my ca^e of instrumeutA
one of Dr. Morrison V celebrated " BUR ENGINES,"
lam prepared to operate upon tiie natural teeth
with LESS J'AIN AND FATIGUE to the patient,
and also with greater rapidity and thoroughness, tlian
is possible to be obtained by the hand.
.II'D. r.. WOOD, D. D. S.
< M'TIck : No. 5 Ninth si reet. ap 3?-cod
BOOTM, SHOES. d o.
I 1ST H E C E I v E D? Ladies' Kid#
? * Marie Antoinette Slippers; Ladies' Sergefij#^,
Button Boots and Balmorals; Mines' IV'rl-Siw
colored Button Boots; Gentlemen'* Broadway Wal
ters; Gentlemen's Kid and Morocco Gaiter* : Gen
tlemen's Seamier Seal-Skin low-quarter >hoe? ; ail
for sale low by JOHN C. I'AGE, Jr..
jy 3 120.1 Mala street.
rj^IIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
TRUNKS,
VALISES,
AND
SATCHELS
In the city, for sale low, at
JOHN H. BOSCH KN ,4 SON'S,
jo 509 and 31 1 Braid street.
jgOOTS AND SHOES CHEAP.
If
For the next thirty day* we will ofl'er great bar
gains to make room for fall stock. We have too
many goods on hand for tlie season, and w ill close
out some job lots of desirable goods regartllesa of
cost. Please call and satisfy yourselves. We mean
what we say, and those in need of gou<ls in our Hue
will do well to call before purchaeln?.
MARCUS HARRIS A BROTHER.
1321 Main street, near Fourteenth street.
jy !7-l2t
THCHMOND BOOT* AND SHOE?
IV FACTORY, No. 421 BROAD STREET. fHW
Being determined to rIvc lip tile retail parffts,.
of my business, and having procured all the Im
proved machinery for a complete manufactory. 1
shall from {ids ilate devote my whole attention to
the manufacturing of all Iclf'sol IBM flSand SHOES
for the trade, and confidently solicit their jjatronage.
Alt uortheru uoodt now in store 1 ol.< r it
je -jr _* If. C. BOSCHKy.
TEST RECEIVED, another supply*
f) of GENTS' STRAf SHOES, i'KLNChltfk.
ALBEK1>, and CONGRESS UNIONS, wlthHc
low hixis and broad bottoruN for old (!uuN: MAuIK
ANTOINETTE SLIpI'ElCS, NEWi'OjW TIES,
and LADIESS. BOYS', and CHILDREN# MIOE>
of every style; TRUNKS, VALU'ES,
Sir. Give un afalL f,>rn
WJNGO, ELLKTTJ%Cl^Tlim
)ylo WO
;? US;
imiSTKETS SACK OF T WO Ho<*
ssmx n|i |?
OFMAIJ<rA?JD HI NTT?' HTktEThZt
UOiteiiB ( bow- deceased/, trnxtef, faring falri*
the 4th or June, IWf, and duly recorded
IfOttfngS Conrt ftffiee for the rltfof Richmond r?
the purpoeeof aecurlntfthc payment of two V,^
one fdrji2V.500k?ml the other for tJ^>w : only ?v.
first of which remain!* unpald?ln compliance wi?
the request of the creditors, the noaersfgaed, s? ?n,
vivins tnwtc*. *111 sell at auction, upon Uhj ntnii
be#, on THURSDAY the >th day ofAugtt
raenclugatlO o'clock A. M? that VkKY V.\! v
ABLE PROPERTY xttnated an above, (feinr N?
900 aud 9<W Main street. occupied by M?sn. \vv,a
A gom..L 0. Bedford, T. M. Atfrtend A Son.
ern Mutual Insurance Company. Jud. B. Wood. a^i
F. M. Iinboden, at a rent of about ?3.870 V-er annum
It l?an iron front. Si #-12 by IWJ feet to an alky {<,'
feet wide, the original design being for five Morttx
aud a basement. Tin? basement and tlr^t ft.x.r xm
complete, and tho work can ber osmncd without in'
convenience to the pitsmtoccupants. ?o far aj coin,
picted it combines a Jndicioim plan with the- ru*
thorough and handsome construction. and it? jST
Yielding capacity Is not equalled by any property |h
ibc city of the same valuei iti
The location has always been n.zarded ? one a
the best (if. not the (hm) 1u the milw'mibtK
ana its.val?ic,i*8ttcc to- lncrea**"with the opening r.f
the Free* -BrVHfCj leading ?nto Ninth street, and th?
steady growth of business in that quarter. Kar?j*
has tbercrbeen offered In this city such an option*,
nlty for a profitable Investment.
Teiims: and a sum sufficient to defray tW
expense* of the sale in cash, and the residitv ?
equal instalment^ at six, twelve, and etglitto
months for negotiable notes with interest at &
rate of eight |h t cent, per aenum secured bri
deed of trust upon the property,
JASlfiS LYONS Surviving TrtMr-e
GitrnnsX Wu.mams. Auctioneer*. jv n
By Let & Goddju^ .
Atiel loners pttd fcslaife A kcii Is,
So, ills Slain street.
'POMMISSIONEBtf SALE OF VAU'A
\J BLE URAL ESTATE. AND ALSO VM;y
VALUAIU.K COM. RIGHTS A NO I \TKKi>I>
IN HENRICO COB NT Y. AT A UC-TION. -I'iimum
to a decree Of the Circuit < ourt of the city of Hi. h
mond pronounced on the 17th day of .fune. i$"2. In ?i <
suit of the Com moil' wealth r? IL HuCfuiaU, U:
sheriff of Hl'ntlep county., and othTx, t.u ttn<: (.
Hljaie?|..?\?rlll '*obim.s*!on?,r.>. named In said dcc,. .
h!'I', oh ilVN DAY the r.th day of August.
that bcinjr court-day. at the 'tnirt'honM* of Ilmirl<<?
countv. proceed to s?-ll at public aticliiui to the lii/!
est bfdder all tlx' following '!cscril>c<l real c t.uc.
situate In the county of Ileuri^? to wit :
That TRACT OF LAND containing Till.TK
IlUNDItF.D ACRKS. Ix.'liiif the ln-iucs'i ad <t Z.
McGruder, decca?cd, called ?? The Miorf I'uinp."
Also. anothei'TRAt T < H'' LAND, adjitcej't t? t|i>
alHive-naiucd tnict, containing TWO HI M>KI I>
AND FORTY-FoUlt \<'KHS. pnMjxed !-v /.
McOrudiT. ilcm'as?*?l, of Fletcher.
Al-1*), t*IXTY-SlX At'IJF.H OF LAND n?i>r tin
Short Pump, purchased of Jotin aliu Mar)- .;?>?:< .
ami othets-. , . : ..
A l.--i>.^all, Xnt-vt '-t 'h, in, and out of all < "? ? A I .
l.ANW ail1; COAL IMCliT.S .li \Ncd l.\ / V..
(irudcr. deceased. by hl^ will, to William M. M -
Cruder antl /. S. McG ruder.
All the ahove-'lcscrihetl pr?)prrtv W c?insl?k-tc<j
very valuable ami dcslmhle on account of loc.itii-n.
Improvements, and ???>.-: 1 : and persons ilcslron- < i
pun hru^inp aro r<Kp:ested to examine the property
in'fore the dav of sab*.
Tkhms ok Salk : Oiie-llfthof the pur<-b i-e money
will lie rei|uiii'd to be paldluen?h; the ra-lduc ? 'u
credit of ?i\, twtlve, il^lill'cn, and tweittj*t'<nr
months, the p?il*chasers executing tlit ir ni ?s??l!a!dc
notes lop the defeni'd payments with lubfnif'at 11
rale of six pbriTiiluiu. per annujii add-i' |T,un d.t.
of .-vile, and lekal iJMv ! by the court until iIk
entire miV-'nis.: ;iioii,-y is paid.
' .IAMKS C. TAVI.OR.
.JOHN \. MKRKD1TH.
F. I'. TI'IINKU.
jy p'?tds Special CommWloucrs.
jsv unions ,v ? imams.
Auctioneers tiud Real Estate Agent.-;.
Eleventh strict hetwwn Main :uid lhu.V.
4 \ \ ! "
UUl'KRfe MoiJN'ruv TiKthfiAl j "!;
S 'i'r \ ? AUCTION.
ONE AND A MALI*' M1EFS FK?>M TIP.
OREENRRIER WH1TK SULl'iUR
sprinos.
DEEIlillTFUL SUMMER RESIDENCE I'd: A
MAN OF WEALTH.
ADMIRABLE FOR A STOCK FARM on V
PLACE OF PUBLIC RESORT.
Wc slutll sell at public auction, ut ? 1??? i< 'iiit'-i. <>l
the owner. Mr. ?'. A. Cowarolu. of If * >it *
tin; 15th OA Y OF Al'OlST, 1-72. at 11 oYh-k \\ .
on tin- prombes, his iH.aut ifnl I'AI.'M. uF?K.\i hi..
OAR''." within thrce-ipujrlers of a mile of u.
Virgluia White Sulphur >prlug>? tin- <Iv tiling t?
ing within one and a lull mile* ul" tie: spring? co:i
tainlng about
NINE HUNDRED ACRES OF I. AND.
nearly half of which is in I'oreM of fine timber. ?*.'
tin: cleared land, which Is finely a'lapted !?> yr,--.
half is meadow land. and a part of It lias been in
grass for more than eh-htv vears.
The contiguity of the place to tin- White sulphur
gives it everv social ami business advantage. \\ i<!i
a line road, tlm oceii|):ii:ts of REAURE'tARD te n
most conveniently participate in nil tin- fashion trsf
festivity ol the Spring, and if a market i-, ?!> .iifll*
if. re:tdlly afforded at the very door. The \\ hltc Sub
phtir promise:;, when the Chesapeake and ' >hio i til
road Is finished, to become a considerable town.
When that occurs, not only will tl.i i i-e a fine in >? -
ket at the very farm. hut. the land if." If. ?.* Iii?*h I
beautifully disposed, will hi- In demand; for fiiei
t !>?? mouulaluolts topography of .the locality the an i
for dwvlPiitrsaPd Mila^els very limited
The grt>al rallwuv | assign be t.;'( lute will tie i''
opi'ratioti hy tlefolifer iic.nI',. Jly It this tine t'ai m.
delightful as a summer i'CtVealj will only - sen t ?
twelve hours fr??!M Ualllinoii. \V:l-1iI t-t"ii. Ill' ii
moitd. Cincinnati, nild Loulsv ille. A puce so health v
and agreeable, so grateful to the eye and so reiie-i -
lug and invigorating to tin* system. rea< bed In li
a short time front tlie great cities. should )<c hiyhly
desirable. None that wo kmw would make a finer
and more agreeablo retreat for a mail of means ami
taste.
'I his property Is well watered. The i/reat hull, of
the water of tlie locality? j. t.. tho White sidphi.r
village? rises upon It. The large spring-, alToid tin:
best tia tiling water, and there is already a raparh iu
liliiugc-liath. which is considered onco'f the iri? ?-f III
vigotatiug in the mountains. The water has never
heeu analyzed, hut is a powerful sfiij alaiit of it
skin and a great invlgorator of the *v-teni. It has.
moreover, a ehalyltealo ::j;ri?.g of decided l>ohh.e^
and -frcuiith, which lias proved its efficacy isi a n<??i
hcr of cases.
Therefore the place ha* a commanding interest <>u
account of lis tii.e adaptation to purposes of health
and recreation. With f|.e*e agencies It might ??
made an Important adjunct to the White Sulphur
Springs? .that great watering-place a here am indlv
assembles what ha^ hee i appropriately styled "the
Congress of the nation."
At the side of the meadow is a hill of limestone. < n
the top of which is the wood ready to huru the lliii'* :
ri very great advantage for eucli a farm, so finely
adapted to gnuv.
Tills place might he devoted to raising 151. 0< '!)' I'
S'l i ?CK, and If has a plain that will make a tine r ? < ?
track*. It would do equally welt for improve#! >-.>rrf.
and is admirably suited for KI>H 4 '1'f.TI'lfK. tt.? p'
Iteinga very large supply of spring water, and a pl.e e
well-suited" for a lake. The hreetllug of mount iiu
front could he most successfully and profitably pui
sued hv its owner.
lint to the man of means and cultivated fast*' it
would In* one of the most dohyhtful of hone -,. P?
lieaifhtuhief s j.- uu urpas-"<l ami il.-.a'iiio-pln i'1' fl: ? "
and exhllai*atln>r. There Is a large double I'.lfh K
IP ?UaE r.ii the |;laec. and out-1ioii.-< . 'I he ":?>uu<N
are finely adapted to architect nr.. 1 and otiut lui
provemeuts.
'5 h(: iu'liis will he liberal. There ?lll Is- a < relit
'if thn-e ye ii-s on a large part >:f the pi:rcha-e ui"W ? ,
and the Icilance mil >?? arranged fJ? '??'!( the !>???
chaser, l'eraois ilicllin d to huy an- Invited to eck
at tin- propertv iKjfore the d:?y of .-ale.
jets (il.'CI'.tiS A \V 1 IXI A MS. A?" 'l"m' i ?
By W. Cioddin.
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
corner Eleventh and IJank .-trecls.
/ U)>j MISSION K1{'.S SALE ( ?F
\J liEAUTIKUI.COCNTRV-WI. ' T. IV TUKVIf.
EAOKOF HOWl.l.NU 'ih'EEN. ' AI.LKt ? < II' I. -
SKA. WITHIN A QUARTER ??;? \ MII.EOt TliK
CORPORATION' I.JNF. CONTAIN! N?i I IVE TO
SIX A< 'RES. ? By virtue of a dwi'*: of tin- < 'han
c?-ry < 'onrt of the citv of Richmond eufeied en th ?
i>tll of July, |.?7S, hi flic can.' of Miut'r against Ko\.
,1c., I shall, as special coininf^touer fhereiiy ap
pointed, proceed to .-ell at nubile auction, on tl??*
premises, on SATURDA Y tin* '.'Otii of .Inly, ai
.?> o'clock 1*. M..thatl>e;tutlfulplaeekii<'Virnas<;li!- 1.
SEA, of which .James Roy did wired. conUdn
ing alwut SIX ACRES, more or !<-.?. The land lb >
?m an elevated summit overlook!' g tin- city of Rich
mond. and J.s admirably adapted for .? mi!<uiHkiii r? - i -
denceor market tnxr?k'U. The dwelling k n lar^eai.d
excellent one. and contains about ten rooms. Ih -
,-ide.s the dwelling, theie is a Tti'o hrick tenement
on) til n lug Pmr r<4)ms, which, with sou e repair." n.d
alterations, could Im? made a c<??ufortablc re-ddeijce.
The place l? so well and favorably kuov.n that <
further dcM-riptlon lo dceim-?f uunece-wiry. ? vc ; t
t<; remark tl>tti it Ikls U>Ug Ih'cii nol?"<l for its Ih /!'! 1
ful and comma tiding view and for the liai.<ii?ue e
shade trees which fiurround the dwelling. Its dis
tance from the c.*ipitol Is not over one mile. It will
be fold as a whole or divided info thre? parcels, ai -
? ordlng to tlK' plat of survey to la: rAfnhRcd at the
hour of sale.
Tkkms : One-fourth cash: balance at one, two,
and throe years for negotiable notes hvarlng six |?
cent, per annum I nt < n>t, and title retained fill the
further order of the court.
A. ACM1N SMITH.
lv f'MOt Special C'?iumt--lo)A- <-.
Hy Wellington Oixklin. f
Aucfloiieer and Real Est?t? Agent.
corner of Eleveutii aud i5ank stirets.
pOMMISSIONER'S^ALK OF A J>KSI
KABLV-r.OCATEI> Ii R I C lv TKNEMEM
? ?N THE WEST UNK?>E SKCOMMiH WEI N
MAIN AND FRANKLIN MARKETS. .IJy virtue
of a decree of the Chancery Ootlrt of t'le epj <.t
Richmond entered on the 13 th June, J- ;3, Ju thccae.
of Arm%(n>n>r. triolee. aK,i|iw>t AHdersoUstfd other .
I sliatl, ;us special coimnf-siontr then'by appointed.
t?r?Kfed u> sell at public auction, on the premise, on
MO.N'DA V the ttd .?idy. JsTJ, at 4 o'oloek I'. 51. If
fs'r, if not, Ihe first fair >1av thererfter, one of fh
brick tenements locales] us;,l>?ve. now vac.iiit.
Jt contaltur about reven roouio; kitchen, Jtc. It l>
located In ;? u-irt of the city where hou>e.s are i*? d< -
lnnud at fair feHtt
TKitMd: One-fourth <-a*h ; Itftlanre af ir,a?d 1
months for negotiate nofi interna ,,t. :
title retained till all of tlie purcb*m moiiev i? full ,
jwltl. ANOREW JClltNSTONv
Jy 13 Sptvlal CooimbKion.r.
CHKKIFF'8 SALE.?lty virtue "5
l-^ onter of I he <?rc?lt Court of th? cilv of 1'ich
niand, entered July in the suit or the pet<-.- ?
Wur* Iron W orks r?. 1 hotl*u> CiapiK, I
to sell on the l*xk UencthoShip Vfefa imiM d> V
tin: s?th of Jnfv, Mz. pt l<> o''L,H<k . ?
STEAMBOAT ROXi^A. 1
Tputs: Cwb. JOUV w. upi.jJiT
Jyt!l- ? ITty Rk h?,;>n<l.
TSTOTiC K having cblius
again** or vt*, tuv ludrlKoi to u,e vTa*.., t
W1.
if ki IjuSSv.

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