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The daily dispatch. [volume] (Richmond [Va.]) 1850-1884, August 06, 1872, Image 1

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COAL YARD.
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ni\rn:r<?'K coal,
, f MHKI.l ..WO COAL,
villi ? >TMI \V COAL.
f:rnFfRn coal.
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wrm.wnTK xc r coal,
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their for wln
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, .? [|,J. Also. for <vt?e. AVTIIKA
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c.'rner Si-xriitiviitli amJ ? >oefc street?.
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m iiti'Ij?i <??' in % varlrtv of first
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N I'. I.ATIIJM >? ,
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/ ??A I.. I am now prepared to ftiruish
\ ? nil. I. ? OAJ. at Hie following ic-j
?i i ti: ice- :
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:t'VI Va'i.\ rk?V' r.llHl eoal-janl. near eer
? "i I- Uiiih and llynl
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\ ? i.i!)|)'inr Im iit/r'ir^>teo<l Uir nrf**** irooal
ti" ? uJiiirif i- ? I |i/.))are<J to furnish
? ?>' ^'t.' i.l'jrp CO A I. ci i lie hcst oualin
delivered. Also. IM'lDaml WHITf
. "! AN I H' wrm: O'AL and skaso.nkd
t?\K im! I 'I M, \\ (M'hitl I'tnol market rate*.
c. n. i.hxomi:.
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kjvkk a \i? m i:aiii:ks.
4 M IIOU I. INK Si'KAMKKS.^I^^
*? \Ti.i vji .
i vi kv wMiSKSt?Av AM) Satitkhay.
1 i ... iv' - :i?v' t'-Mitt ':t!lvv?y Matloife
, > i .!), kU 'n I- ? ? ' iiTWli'l. SimiII.iihI. Norway,
i.hijik.*.' riuaiiy. Fniurc. I l<ul.:it?l. IJc-i
t'.titii. .iip; tin I *:?lTtHl
' . Ill in!' 1*1 ?*lii Si w Yolk In l.umlim. I.'ivi T| ??>(>!.
i ,c , ?ir I ?< rr> . in \\ < <lm??hyN niK'r,Jto'j. _
i \ * itiii ? >** ? !?; w." $ J :tw1r1?7&.
?, !.>'m : r. tii }.??; r!:'". All payable in .Mini'iicy.
? i'; !''?")?<??; hlUKf'T from PaU'inio, (icnoa.
v. ? ii< J 'I i ir~if. to n,mv York.
i :i.' i:i. ?im: ?i?vrap<*. is.". Pavjihlc In currency.
I ? i lur.livr liilni'iii.itioii ('?>
111 v:;Ki:s<?N hitOTllKKS.
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I v. i ll:!.'k\< V. 'Pin- Mif?, tirst-cln.'.s iron strain
? i f. i lino will sail ii.-* follows: AVl'PNKS
l>\\. i;tii. a 1 1. 1 M ri'tfOAVis 'J*lh ami <7lli d
An I. a> t - \TPM\\TJv ilh', mil.' ami Mil o|
V v r i f ????}? y jollfuviii/ work, I'ruin C'li
m IIAlt'F. '< rsey ( in.
I'll AISLES FK.WCKI Y.V.
Afrfiit. New York.
, , , . SAMUEL AVKK.S. Ap-ut,
I I'" ?!. s ? l.'i^nialu.coi-uiT Fourt'-cntli f-lr>t't
.'i|>
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I m i \ f. r i-.a Mt? ? 1 1 1* ?mi?a N
i ? - :<??? ! -ii ainMii)" <M,I> IKi.MlMON
\\ \ WM\I.. liELL. SAUATi MIA. NJ
'? \! \ M.I'.KMAIM V U. mI HATTKItAS I??m
V in I'nr Norfolk., I it v point, ami IUcIiiiioimI
. i ll l>|iAY. '1 IIL'i.i'llAY. and SAXUttDAY
- - - I -K P. V.
1 >< i:ir|)ii)i|iii| t'Vvrv TUfcSMAY, KKIUAY
r\l?.\Y.al tilgtitiilp.
I f i lil | >vi nri? t'(iltii'l\ iiriv. Tliry have ol?'jr*ni
. >t.tirriMiui/>. ami halnroOMiP.'
1 i :* f.i t ? , <1 >?J ;i t M*i? 1 1. n. :?iv un
it i - ? 4
i ? .? -niii I'lliins Qiiiiic with &t?wjifersl<>f ill
? i -.nil l.nroiu^i| )?.r^.
' ? i ti riii i >iii"nu. ti?*ti, irply to
li Ml N W \VVATT, Akoi.I,
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I 'M | ?<|; |- || | |. a l> E I. I'll I A *1 \\ i? I-- A
wi.IN Hi- oners Ni>J!FOl.K. KMI'IKK. a?<l
- ' I. I I- \, |m? ||||> line, will leave Kleli
? ?! ???.???> M??M?AY ami TW'KSOA V ..1 V,
??? k M .. .nut I'lilI.Klclpliid every \YKI>NKS|?A\
;i >A rn.'hAV at the ?..itie hour, alternately.
KrHtrMs mi'hcd dally (Sundays excepted) f<?i all
' < t !'> i?-svlv:tiil:i. New Jersey ^ awl Delaware:
1 i ? Nitre :?>?. ^ >vttnnah,atld "New Orleans, and
' 1 i i'rbrc -'./???? il llir.niu'Ii.
? >.ii! >V;t iV,r MoHt.lii ui niortffciltr rati*-.
' < -> n> l'i,lt- l-l|.hla, inelntllnp meals and
?' 'If ! ??|.
v* i\ r*?ittrK, a?oiu,
'\i?. 'Jl-.l HfjeK sti'ltht. liivliiunix).
I!, MAS! CjAnK & I'll, A^'uts
"'??u l* Sunlit Wharves.
It N?.? tli Wharves. Vhtiadelt'li'a.
i;??K L I V K R POOL
i ?.?; Kl NSToVYN.lXMAN f if'"'4" illrtHr
M vll. sTKAMKl.'S. SAIMNC FROM Nfe W
V?1(K KVKKY SATUKDAY AND
A! TI KNATF TUESDAYS.
l.W I OF t'AShAtlK.
i III t\-?y;lliU i i CuiI*Hl'.V.
' ' f;H| stiArraRt*
> i ?? ii ii to I 'I'm !'<> il'ii
i 1'iri pu I To I'arls ,v
?> )>? : (?? ami from Knjilanfl, Ireland, an<1 tin
' Mi' ? I. ;? I MiHil' ivile iiiten.
1 ii'iibr uifornta! on, tpply at lite Cosupauv't
JOHN o \LE. Apeiit,
IS Broadway, New York: or to
?JOHN W. WYATT, Agent.
4 Ululmoiwl. Va.
AMES KL \ EU STEAMBOAT
, COMPANY.
M: \l W \okk. PIIILADEPWA. ItALTI
M"i:i . NOltFOLK, POKTSMOlJt
\M? M.I. KKOULAK l,ASD
INOS ON THE JAMKS
KM V Kit.
I 'll: OLD POINT -AND "VUR Dli
s i: ai: *' (SEWELJ/S POINT).
! ? I I I ninl tWant United Stairs :r.ail f-lcamw
?'"IIS >Y1.V KSTEIt, Captain Z.C. GlFFOM*. leavef
' ' i an\ vlmrt'at Koekclts for the above-named
, ""II MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and Fit]
*\ ;,j \, ji? and returns on Tuesday,
1 -!:t\ :i .<! ."Saturday afternoons, at 3$ o'clock.
1 ? l'it- at Norfolk with tin* <'l?l 1?a>
| 1 tiaiuii-s i r Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New
'-'ill I'avt v City Point for Petersburg osl arriva
I'iimi-r.
' \ >? York *12 60
: ' l'liila<li'l|ihla 0 60
,r'i' Baltimore <J 00
\-.rl"..lk 2 fiO
. .',V"iir*|i>n tifkets to Old Point and "Vue d
. ini-l n-iurii, ?4. tjood utilil used,
'"'?t "ii saU-atOAliBFli & CO.'S EXPRESS,
.i^v tli-vked through.
'?"??i't r..-i iM-.l Tl'ESDAYS, TUUKSDAYS,
* M ' l: I ? vys. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, ltos
?ijiiiii::i>ri . and principal la"li<Hiigs on Chusa#
' }'t. '*?> uh! all ii pilar kinillug* on James rl VCr,
" u \v"\ \ltl.l. U AT ICS.
! " 'flit r. from 7 A. M. till 6 P. M.
; r ?:iv-iaii(Ungw must I its prepaid.
i iM-r Sylvester will be chartered for cve
4 ? \< ut at icutouahle rats#.
, L It. TATUAl, Oeueral Agent
' ? iniianx's wltarf,
'?'i ii uttlce. comer Main and Ninth streets. je * \
TOII.KT AKTICiES.
('AlUini.ic T01 !iKT SOAP FOR SALE
?" Ml M?KA l; \KKirS Onig Stoic. jy 27
S1'; ,N( ' AND n A T II J N G
^?'Ni.LS tor ault ?i MKADK& BAKEIt'S
__ l)riip SUnV.
| l< M S COLOGNE AND PER
M Ml Itl fur. sale by MEADE A* HAKKK,
AiKrthccjirieB. 019 Main street.
M
<<>x FKfTIOiVF.KIES.
I-^IXA ORANGES.? 100 boxes extru
!r MI^SIXA (mange*
_ 7J3EKBY,
i i . JOH\CC?, made expre*rt* for re
i. n V ?* l!lu v? ry best stork, ana said to
I'll- best ?? c4*CW r out. Trade supplied. .
, LOUIS J. B0881&UX,
1412 Main street.
IU
t* ??-*-? G. V. roWKU-,
? Btjoxefary *ud Treasurer
m:,
JJ KiVEK GRANITE COMPANY,
.?j,1' - N?--i V. El kvjentii kthbkt.. $?gi
"i,, * 1 "JJl'l-'Hed With ttiiri celebrated frraulbj by
Mees.
"U) ?wn. u -? f?r mouuineutttl HJUd cemetery
"")-uia)t>, wy8-3m
Jltcltmoitd jgisptcfc
Tl-KSDA V A'JUfcSt . 1872;
ajj* TltE cViAaTION OF TUB DI.S
fATCH IS LAKGEU THAN THE COMIMNEUj
' IRCULATION OF ALL T1IE OTHER DAn.Y
V FAVS PAPERS OF THE '-ITY.
AlXTlOJf SALES THIS DAY.
COOK Jc LAUGHTON will sell ut 10 A. M.furni- |
turn and miscellaneous goods.
COULLIVO A MEADE wllltiiel! at 5i P. M. ten
building lotion the c*st side of Twenty-fourth
stiect between a and T.
LYXK J6 IJHOTHEK will sell at 6 P. M. four bulld
Jujr lot* on the east side of Twenty-seventh street
Ix-twivn N andO. two Iot3on southwest
comer of Twenty-sevnulh and M streets.
?1AM ICS M. TAYLOR will at 6 V. M.. at No. 1001
Main street* a mtmhejr of WHIcoa A Glhhs,
llowPt |>on*H-?th\ afitl olh?r jii;tW&4 of
LOCAL MATTERS,
Ol R ClIt'lSCIlES AND Ministeks.? SI. John's |
Episcopal church wiil be closed for repairs j
tutil the 1st <>l Sepieml?er. The rector, Rev. I
lenry Wall, I>. I;., leaves to-day for King1
icorge, where he will remain until bh>
?hurch is r? bjH'ncd.
Kev. (irorge Woodbrldge, 1). I)., rector of
Monumental church, is still in the mountains
if Virginia; His church is al#o Hosed for
rejwirs'. ,
llcv. J. K. Ga? lick, pastor of Leigh-Street
Haplist church, baptized two persons on Sun
Jay and received seven at the communion.
This is the fourth occasion of bantisin rc
i-.-ntly at this church. Mr. Ciailick^ ill leave
lor Ivinir and Queen the last of this week.
Key. J. L. Burrows, 1). L>., pastor of the
First Baptist church, is at Chattanooga, at
tending a meeting of the trustees of the
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; He
will iro thence to New dfeJrJe-V;
lb v. C. Bllthig; jTdstol* of the Sebond
Baptist church; left JesierdaV tor Bedford, to
attend the Strawberry A?socu\tio;i. (
Rev. J- (A. jCbajnbhss has received a call to
take the pastoral care of* .the First Baptist
church in Kansas City, Mo.
Kcv. John William Jones has been called
to the pastorate of the Fulton Baptist church.
Kev. J. L. M. Curry, D. D., will attend the
.Middle District Association, in Chesterfield,
on Wednesday. Next week he delivers an
educational address in Accomac and attends
(lie Accomac Association, in Northampton
county.
Kev, 1C,T, Buird.f). 1>.? pastor ol the Third
Presliyteiian eburHi; is in, Erie; Pa:
KvyV.C; jl,.Kcati;. D' 1)'.; - jisi=tov of the
(i race-si reel Presbyterian church, is at the
(lot Springs.
Kev. J. C. (tranbery. I). IX, {xistor ol
Centenary Methodist church, preached in
Louisa on Sunday. Bishop Doggctt supplied
? T-'i1^ - ? ? ???
'l lie ministers of the Methodist denomina
tion are all in the city Pxlav, but will leave
to-morrow for (Jloueester county, where
they will attend a Sunday-School Convention
near West Poinl on Thursday^ and on Fri
? - ak: il.k 1*1 l'>a,^.|.llUiUl. It.|,j .J,
I Ml tl I'M .1 UIIIl If.l 1 till * v.j ^ a i
day go to th^ J,)istH?,f Cbntehnice; whi.h
meets at Bbllaliij s; if* tiic .vuiie county.
Lainciu.no ok. tiii: Steam kk Richmond. ?
Thousand^ of [ici-sops. a majority of them
being ladies- apd ? ? I ? i I i>* i il . t lierod in and
about. RoeRettai yestiirday afternoon to
witness thai iu^piriu^r sight the launching of
a great iron steamship. The crowd thronged
the wharves, the streets, and the shipping in
the harbor, and lined the neighboring hill
toj*. while many were perched upon the
hou?e-tops to catch u glimpse of the spec
tacle, As it w.i--. many missed it, for the
launch took place halt an hour earlier than
Use time -opposed to have been fixed, and
people continued to arrive at the scene of the
.-port lor an hour later.
At exactly half-past 4 o'clock the support
were stricken from under the ship, aud, amid
I he hurrah* of the multitude, she glided
beautifully down I he wa.V? and plttnged into
the waters; thHieclorth l?> be her home. A
she touched the waters Mr. l>aVid ?]. Burr,
presidenl of tin* (llaiilbi'j br Commerce, and
president of tile late Virginia Steamship
Company, broke a bottle of wine labelled
?' Vintage of 1W1 " over her bows, and pro
nounced the words, "Mv authority of all
concerned, as this noble ship begins her life
uixm the waters, I christen her the Rich
mond." Then a cannon belched forth a
salute, all the steamers and steam-tugs com
menced screiching, the cheers were renewed,
and before many people knew the ceremony
had taken place tin* steamer Richmond war?
grandly moved on the waters. At her bow
was the Stars and Stripes, aiid at the stern
the pennant of the Old Dominion Steamship
Company; beariiig thh letters uO; D." The
other steamers of this eoiriptiuy iiow in port ?
the Old Dominion aiid the W. 1*. Clyde
were gaily decked With riags;and their decks
were tlnontred with spectators;
The 1'ichmond was built, it will be re
membered, by the Virginia Steamship Com
pany, but is now the property of the old
Dominion Line. She is pronounced by old
seamen and ship-builders to be one of the
best-built ships in the country. She will Ik
taken to Wilmington, Del., and there fitted
up in the finest style, to ply between Rich
mond and New York.
Accident on thk Brook Koaih? -On Sun
day evening as Mn S. i)i Chatnberlavne, ol
this city, nntt Mr. F; B. Cersiey, ot Manches
ter, were getting into their buggy, after :i
visit to a friend 011 the Brook road, theii
horse took fright and runaway. The buggy
was overturned, and they were both thrown
out and dragged a considerable distance.
Both were painfully injured. The horse also
ran into and upset a carriage containing Mr.
Kent and family. Mr. Kent was slightly hurt.
Accident.? On Sunday as street-car No. 1 1
was going into the stable it ran from the
track on Adams street near Leigh, and some
of the stablemen came out to assist in getting
it on again. One of them, a colored man
named William Winston, by .some means fell
on the track, and the car passing over his
right leg broke both bones just below the
knee. Oomi>etent medical aid was at once
procured, and proper attention paid to the
wound.
All Bail kiiom Baltimore to Bichmonr.
S. T. Delord, agent, telegraphed yesterday :
'* We commence to-night running Pullman
palace sleeping-cars from Baltimore lo Blch
mond, Petersburg, and Wei don, via Balti
more and Potomac all-rail route."
Bkoke His Arm. ? George Pettus, a son of
Mr. llobert Pettus bp.d liis arm broken by a
fall, in Hollywood cemetery, on Sunday
morning. Dr. Powell set the fractured
limb.
Obsequies ok Mu. John Gk.kme, Sr.? The
funeral of this venerable and respected citi
zen of Richmond took place at the First
Presbyterian church on Sunday morning-,
and was very largely attended. The remains
were interred in Shockoe HiH cemetery.
Anniversary Celebs ation The Attuoks
Guard, Captain Kobert L. Kobson, celebrated
their fiist anniversary yesterday by a parade
and Itfnquet About fifty fine looking young
colored men, well uniformed and equipj?ed,
took part iu the parade, and drilled well.
The banquet took place at the Davenport
House, on Broad street.
Henbjco County Covet? Judge E: C\
Minor presiding.? Y esterday was the first
day or the term, and but little business was
transacted. The case of E. S. Howe was
fixed for Friday the ltfth instant, and that of
Nelson Bn>wn,cliargi'd with house-breaking;
for UvmoiTowi The ooiirt then ii^joujfMjd
until this morning at 11 o'clock.
-r? ? ? - - -
Birnwo of a Tobacco Facto nr.? At 10
o'clock lust night tiie tobacco factory of
James Tiirnwr (colored), mi Leigh street be
tween Kousltee and Adorns, was destroyed
by fire. Loss about $3, MO; insurance not
lUMcitiitjfed;., tt ,,$???. & $dddriJrt buil(tttfgv
The adjoining hou?e caught ftr^I btifc tiie
ilames were promptly extinguished.
The Cask of William J. Aknable.?
During the session of the Henrico County
Court yesterday Judge E. C. Jlimr, a
witness lor the prosecution, left the bench,
and his place was occupied by Judge B. W.
Lacy, of 2?ew Kent The case of W. J.
Annable, indicted on tive counts, three for
misdemeanor and two for felony, was then
palled; but owing .to the flckness of one of
the witnesses further action was postponed
until the second Monday in .September, and
the prisoner was remanded to jail.
"Warp Mektings.? Republican meetings
were held last night in the following named
wards and delegates appointed to the Con
gressional Nominating Convention : Mar
shall Ward? Coleman and. Carter. JefttTr
son? IV. IV; HoiioHoil aiid jtnjl*
roe? J.uiu*^ Morrissey and W. S. IJowe.
Clay ? Wiliiaiu T. liailey and Lewis Lind
scy.
Pot ice Court, Monday ? Justice Wil
liam Hall Crete presiding. ? The following
cases were disposed of :
John Griflin, charged with unlawfully and
feloniously stealing and carrying away a
h<?rse of the value of $7"?, the property of
Hunt & Roberts, of the city of Alexandria.
The horse was Identified bV Mr: Roberts*
Griffin claimed tha^.He hrtdjegallr cdtiiQ,irtto
the possession of it by i*iircliase,' ;lli3i oti
motion of his counsel, the case was con
tinued until the 13th of August , in order to
allow liirn time to procure witnesses to
establish this fact.
George Freeman (colored), charged with
stealing $G, the property of George Woody,
on the 3d day of August, Guilty ; ordered
to be confined in jail for three months? two
months of that time to be spent in the chain
gang.
Lnzabeth Hoi nits (colored), charged Willi
being drunk ilucl creatiiig a cIHiiH.nlriWi oil
the streets. S^iijity.rfrjuired, ih the sum of
?.">!) for. thi'be months' ;<j()oo. helm' iohf com
mitted to jail in dcfiittlt.
Washington Cooper, charged with cursing,
abusing, and threatening to kill Thomas
Goode. Security required and given in the
sum of ?-)0 lor three months.
Winston Burk (colored), charged with
being a suspicious character and a vagrant
without visible means of support. Security
required in the sum of $100 to be of good
behavior for six months.
Beverly Robinson (eolored), charged with
using profane and indecent language in the
streets: Finbd ,$2;50 tlnd Si&itfit#, refined In
the sum of sr*>(3 for three-'nionths. ' "
V. DeBene, Simon Fisher, and William
Christian, charged with having in their pos
session one pair of pants, of the value of
$1.2">, the property ol William Wilson. Dis
charged.
Thomas Anderson, arrested on the charge
.of beiu? a vagrant. Discharged.
assaul l ing and
Maiy C'. Allen
"beating his son. Emmet dinkins. jmiiW
Myers C^i:tfer (colored^.' ^iiarged^. vfith as
saulting and beating James . l)ii,ou.; Se
curity for three months iii the sum of ?100
required! < ? ;
.lames Dixon, .William JJerdleyraud Peter
Rand (colored); charged witli l>eiwg,cmDinon
thieves and vagrants. Dixon uncharged ;
security in the sum of ?K>0 for three mouths
required from Bentley and Rand.
Burk Bee (colored), charged with assault
ing and beating Caroline . Continued
to August Ctb.
Qualification of a Shkhiff.? Major
Cliai le-i Howard, recently appointed sherifl
.if Jlcnrico rounty l.\ J udge M hi or, appeared
in court vc^turday and qualified in flic sum
of $2'?,000, with Mrs. Elizabeth P. Howard
as surety on the bond. He subsequently ap
pointed William Walsh and William G. Car
ter as deputies, whoal-o took the usual o.iths
of office*
List (Jf U.MfAii.^mE LfcrrEHS RE*!aini?&
in the Kicii.Mnki) Ptisf-OFHbk ^lifieST *?.?
-lames McDonald, Richmond; A. W. Wal
lace, Fredericksburg; A. Carter, Faxits
Mills; Fi.nnv Hunter, Itanacas, N. J.
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
Jfew York Stock and Honey Market.
JSrtv York. August f>.? Money i to 5 per
cent* Sterling, soqjU busings. Gold, 1 !5J.to
it fife 6ofreriimeHtiJ,. efcacfr at { adtdntC:
JStitea very quiet. Tennessee'*; fffil tiefc;
73|ii Virginia's, 44 ? ; new, -50. Louisiana'.--,
50; new, 48. Levee's, 50; 8's, 70. Alabama's,
83; 5's, 58. Georgia's, 70; 7's, 80. North
Carolina's, 3JJ; new, 20.
Weather Probabilities.
"Washington, August 5. ? Variable north
easterly and southwesterly winds In the
South Atlantic and Gulf Stages,, with con
tinued rainfall but clearing weather in tKs
former on Tuesday, and threatening weather
on the Western Gulf. Partly cloudy weather,
southerly and westerly winds, in the Middle
arid Eastern States. Southwesterly winds
from Michigan to Lake Ontario and south
westward to the Ohio and Mississippi Val
leys. Clearing nnd clear weather in the
'Northwest, with northerly .winds,
NORTH CAROLINA ELECTION.
DISTRACTING DOUBTS BUT HOPE,
rrii VIEWS.
RADICALS MANIPULATING THE
RETURNS.
t'orrefcied Tattle of flfnjdrltle*.
Special U'lfcgntm to ftio Lt'sp:itc!i. -
Raleigii, N. C., August 5?12:30 P. J/.?
Reports of heavy Republican gains in Moore,
Harnett, and Caswell threw such a damper
on the Conservatives this morning that for ?
time they were inclined to give up the State,
but soon after semi-official returns from
Dtlplitl and Northampton reported Demo
cratic gallic ahd again hope revived. There
art dlso i-epdrtod UeMdcratle gains in Wilkes,
Ajleghatfy; dnd Ashe counties: The pn
pilch'n correspondent has fhtnrlls wlir'h
show that in the seventy-seven counties
heard from the Republicans have gained
3,848 on the vote of 1870 (though they have
lost heavily on that of 1871), leaving 1,147.
or an average of seventy-six votes to the
county to make the election a- tie. Cald
well's friends claim that, according to their
estimates, lie i? elected by a small majority.
It may take the official count yet to decide
tiiq.a#im! r-ftjjlfc, , r r ... M
The Domocrats charge that. Senator Pool
and United States Marshal Carrow arc
manipulating the ballot-boxes in the eastern
section of the State, as Collector Young, the
Republican fugleman here, telegraphs them
the number of votes needed to carry the
State. It is expected that the returns from
the West via Salisbury at. 4 P. M. will enable
u? to state definitely the actual result. Ofii
oc rati e Instead of Re
RAtKion; x. c.; Affeitst 5
Further but incomplete returns from Demo
cratic sojuxesf upon wliicl^ more calculations
have been made, elec^ Merrinjon by a ma
jority of 1,000. The rcsuU is in great douht,
and the arrival of news from the West at 4
o'clock is anxiously and impatiently looked
for. Hon. S. F. Phillips, chairman of the
Republican State Committee, estimates Cald
well's net gain on the vote of 1870 at 5,120,
with twenty counties to hear from.
Judge 3Icrriuiou had an attic k of Vertigo
last night, which made him ill for an hour or
two, but he Is on the streets to-day in his
usual jL'ood health and cheerful spirits.
Tin' ft I JhWfb'b.
IfAr.Ei&Hj N: August .">?4 H* Clock P.
M,? Thert? fras Hp ^rapHj fl-Hm AshfeviiU; to
Old Fort, McDowell county, this morning,
and consequently the train for Salisbury left
without new? from the* trans-mountain
counties of the West. This causes another
twenty* four hours of suspense.
. Telegrams have been received statin? that
Wilkes county has gone Republican by two
hundred majority-? a gain of two hundred
'andtwoi The Republicans are now cheer
j ing at thft capitol oVer this nliWsj as Wilkes
has beeii clailried a!? a iJemochitlc county.
The result gl;ts liiore doiibtfili; thoiigil the
Conservatives are still hopeful of vi tory by
a small majority: I ought to add that the
official reports nearly always curtail the
alleged Republican gains.
Fourth Dispatch.
Ralkigh, N. C'., August i> ? 11 o- Clock 1\
,V.? The following arc the majorities 1 y
counties as far as reported: Majorities for
Merrimon ? Alamance, 275; Alexander, 31;
Auson, 120; Brunswick, 31; Buncombe, J
450; Burke, 108; Cabarrus, 383; Caldwell, j
o30 ; Camden j 1/3; Carteret? 34)4 j Ca<Wellj?s
i">: Catawba, 833: Chatham; 3i; Cletelan (fa
514; Columbus, 292; Cumberland, 7; C ufc1
rituck, 410; Davie, 170; Duplin, 71^*
Forsythe, 138; Gaston, 210; (iat?? "
260 ; Guilford, 18; Harnett, 10; Jj
wood, 430 ; Henderson, 3 ; Hertford,
Iredell, 603; Johnson, 107 ; Lincoln,
Madison, 100 ; McDowell, 230; Me<*klcn
2 !0; Mitchell, 3 ; Moore, 172 ; Nash, 13 '
sbw, 430; Orange, 024 : Pamlico, 8* ; IV^sfcm
200 ; Randolph, 23 ; Robeson, 123; R<?| jy|.
ham, 209; Rowan, 337 ; Sampson, 20;??'
ly, 370 ; Stokes, 400 ; Surrey, 200; Uni
Wilson, 107; Yancey, 330 ;-Yadkin
not given.
The following are the majorities
well: Beaufort, 180; Bertie, 500;
240; Chowan, 170; Craven, l,3(j
70 ; Davidson, 43 ; Edgecombe, 1,0
lin, 102; Granville, U79: Greene,
fax, 1,973; Jones, 80 ; Lenoir, .12]
70 ; New Hanover. 1,233 ; No
721 ; Pasquotank, 237 ; Perqui
Pitt, 8 ; Richmond, 200 ; Ruth
Wake, 574; Warren, 1,273 ;
inures
tor Cald
|b laden,
Dare,
; Frank
41; Halt
; Martin;
thampton,
ans, 290 ;
rford, 278:
Washington,
435; "Wayne, -00; Wilkes, 200.J
Fifth Dispatch.
Raleigh, N. C'., August G.? ]
excitement in Raleigh is inte^
the morning .several dispatches \\
from the East and West which.
A. -V.? The
se. During
>ere received
for the first
lit of the eice
time, seemed to mi
tion doubtful, unci their effect
pie of llaleigh ean be better
described. They rushed fioj
office to the newspaper office
again. They crowded alraoi
graph instruments until il
sary to clear the offici
a policeman at the door. '
selves even upon the e
climbed over each others?
pigs about to be fed, in *
learn the result or tbi
on. All kinds of In
pended, and cyerybo
waiting for the reaii
putation* have beim
giyl^g w
.jpou ttie peo- j goeietv.
imagined than
pj the telegraph
L and then back
i the tele
became neces
station
Steamer Bnrnwl.
...? \ m
CO LLIXOWOOD,
Robertson, from
bushels of
,o an
Wuv>* Si ^ - Officer ^Maw
n'ii.su morni
power in viol;
indi
roer Bwrncd. in MppPHW . " i
ru^l^ hungry
[heir eagerness to
unputations going
uess is nearly sns
is watching and
Kumorouvcom
Je evening,
i0y, ; wsuit?.;; ?
O <*H4 ^SSL~
^nS.ugiwt ^.?Officer OMttant ?,?
sliot d?id this morning' by Chris. ItatTerty
while he wasrertdin# a warrant for Bufierty'H
arrest . The murderer escaped, and has not
yet been captured. ^
Fatal Casualty ia lJfiC K?floa?.
TrrusvaLK, Pa., August 5.?A new oil
fwteU'.ou Turkey Hup was struck this morn
took fire, fetaJly bunjlcg three wen
and seriously burning two others.
3<h
-- ? itk'-T.
fomtinel of tomorrow moroing will c<hit
tain a table of "'Gonsemtive losses
and gains on Sblpp^f tote of i$70, made tip
from the returns received tip to 5 o'clock.
According to it the total Conservative loss iu
senmty-eight count Ie.s i? 2,850. Supposing
ihe iossirftjife jhfetfiaiu'ing counties to beat
tliesime ratio, Merhifilbft Ottfd 1)6 Elected
by 1,44.5 majority. This is probHbf jr (he
most favorable for the Conservatives of any.
A table of majorities, carefully prepared,
makes the result in eighty counties as follows t
Total Republican majorities, 13,877. Total
Conservative majorities, 12,680. Cajdwell
over Merrimon in counties heard from, 1,197.
The thjrteen counties yet to report gave
Shipp 1,7-2 ! mnjofftfr; io that if Meniroon
gets the Shipp vote in tbcni tie ${f I lw
elected by 521 majority. Tbe Raleigh Xeics
will print in the morning a table of gains
and losses, which is summarized as
follows: From these figures it will be seen
that Caldwell has made a gain in eight coun
fjwjs of 4, lot op the Shlpj> tote, or tt gain of
H2A to ti county.' , 'jh/LS leaver him a tate of
804 to overcome ill trrbti* cdntilfa; of a net
gain to the county. The Era (Administra
tion organ) claims the State by 1,110
majority for Caldwell. Taking all
thing* into consideration, it must be
admitted that tho result iu the
State is to-night doubtful, with chances in
favor of Merrlmon's election. The majority
of the counties vet to be heard from are
chiefly western Bounties; which gKe tf sihall
vote,' and therefore a small margin for loaS.
Ex-Gbrentor Vance tejtegra^lis of them, this
evening: Clay, CherokV?; ^hihoxii Jaclisou,
Ashe, Alleghany, and Polk, will cerfaulty
hold Shipp's vote or increase it. So much
interest has been felt in the fate of
the State ticket that little attention has been
paid to the Legislature, as it was known that
the Conservatives had a majority in both
house?; From the meagre returns t\ow In it is
believed that the Ijiberai minority itl the lower
hods'e ivfll b^onsfderable,- while in the Sen
ate it will amount to ricnijfy fwoithiyds. ]$o re
ports have been received to indicate a change
in the result in the congressional districts.
Colonel riinton telegraphs from Norfolk that
the Radical majorities reported in the First
District arc altogether too large; but it
is not believed that the difference will be
enough to defeat Cobb, the Administration
candidate. The very latest intelligence is a
telegram frpnt LcwN Haines; at Salisbury, to
the effect that the iidutcuj gafn iii Surrey;
.Stokes, and Yadkin, is 1,203 votes. If this
report is true, it will make Merrimon's elec
tion more doubtful than it has before been.
Special tiiifejtni Hi 1>S tilt' Dfstl:(f'-h; this
Lyxciiuurg, Va., August 5.? Johjkftit' 0
scau, Es<j., leading Radical pnlir-it^j; : Cause
city, committed suicide this iv&
o'clock by pistol-shot in lb'*^
<urfon Defines
Unknown.
By Associated l'res?. v
Latest Dispatcher Iroiu \ortli Carolina
Wilmington, August ">. ? The Democrats
have fears for the result, as the rejwirts of
Radical gains come in. They (the Demo
crats) haVo carried an overwhelming majority
of tile Legislature (i 11(1 elected five of the con
^fpjSsrUcili
The foltowlffg OfHeiaj.rottlrfls of majorities
lor Merrimon have been rcceftfc'tf f/<W f Qa
tawba, 84") ; Duplin, 715; Alamance, 2i)5";
} Harnet.tvXTo.
OjR
Acquits
Special teJegRuu. to the DlsyatcBT
Staunton, Va., August 5.? The trial a
Cbarl eS C: (-'nwnn for killing D. P. Cly
bell, in September fas/,' b fought t.*
close this morning, the jury rendering a
diet of "Not guilty." Tlie prisoner, afl
his discharge, left the court-house amid cheel
and congratulations from his many friend-1
On rfatuidilV thfeiurr is said to have stooi
eleven for acquittal and oiit? I of t'ofttfelloui
but this morning they rendered a verdict as
above stated a few minutes after being con
vened. This wan i lie third trial of the case,
and was oiie of trrimf interest.
General Jcnciih J i&e Tiiriet to-mor
llh l'^from General Joseph
St. tioui^ Augug^' Charlotte,- Va? jiilf ,
rtfw will pufjlkof K. Ashley; of Bates county,
Ei JohtlstcudJti he says ;
?"list," to . re all our old comrades that the story
Mo., in, . Cincinnati Commercial is fal>e. 1
"Asuad no consultation with W. S. Robin
of th of Charlottesville, on any subject. I
liave; never said anything ffir?ring Grant's
son, Action. On the contrary, being ii flio
havigpDeraociat, I would have preferred a
m&ttocratic candidate, but as Horace Gree
i-c?y.lis nominated by our paity, 1 sin
iserely hope every Democrat will vote
I for him. Rein? disfranchised. I take
no public part in politic*, but to my friends
I do not hesitate to express my feelings and
opinions Oil political subjects* I think the
overthrow of thb p resell t AdmitiistrrttftMi
necessary to ant hope of constitutional goV- j
ernment, and I let! that the continuance of
the Democratic party is nrcessat-jv'
Municipal Election In liOiitavillc.
Loiusvillk, Ky.. August />.? The city elec
tion to-day parsed off quietly. A large vote
was polled, and the re/ruiirly nominated
Democratic ticket was defeated by a very
large majority. The opposition or citizen*'
ticket, which was composed of Democrat",
v/as elected entire, notwithstanding the
lvgular ticket was supported by the Demo
cratie and Liberal Republican vote.
Honor* to Horace Grcele.v.
Nkw York, Augusts.? A dispatch from
Bristol, R. I., says on the return of Horace
Greeley to that city he will be given the
honor of a salute of one hundred guns and
a municipal reception. Last evening Chief
Justice Chase met Mr. Greeley at the house
of Senator Sprague. ?
A Wonld-bc-JIurtlcrer and Siiieider.
Nf.w York, August 5.? Tilitzke fortnight
shot Mary Speizer Iwnause she would hot
marry hi?n, and then rushed to the East
river and jumped overboard. He was seen,
however, by the police, who rescued and con
veyed biin to the station-bouse. It is thought
that Miss Speizer will recover.
The Internationals.
New Yobk, August 5. ? The Federal coun
cil of the Internationals yesterday adopted
an address to the people of the United
States setting fortb the objects of their
lloib (iMiies ?o
- Speaker Blaine. f. - ? ? : * * "
; V ' \ " WASmNOlON, All^ttst
u Dear S5r,? I have *een the letter addressed
to me by you through the public prints, and
I notice especially that, while animadverting
upon ray support cf Horace Gfeeley, yoti
say not one word in vindication of that com
pound of pretensiom known as Gxantjsm, In
contradi?tiactiCffl I to republicanism, which
you #0hkl anew in the Government,
l'ou are greMtit kbtitbrtk>d rtbertit the cotri
jjany I keep. To qttlel Jout". solicit tide I heg
leave to say that in joining the ftejitilbfitans,
who brought forward an original abolition
ist, I find myself with jso many others de
voted to the cause I have served always that
I had not missed you until you hastened to;
report your absence, nor had I taken ac
count of the 'southern secessionists7 who,
as you aver* are now cooperating with me. in
stippoH of thin ortchwl atoiitionkt , except
to rejriietf ihftf If; aitfopf* forth#1 associates,
some like your swf h&ftaiey their p faces are
supplied in an unexpected qtOffreft
"You entirely misunderstand ir.e wfleft
you introduce an incident of the past and
build on it an argument why I should not
support Horace Greeley. What has Preston
Brooke trr 4o with the presidential election ?
Never,; \Vhflc .1 ?bflfcfer,d?d anybody hear me
speak of hrnft in* unfrindlfess $ flttdnow, after
tf? of ffioVf , .tbatf baff agtfneWtion; 1
will not ufiw \V'?tb' vitii in anggitig hiuj
from the grave wheFtf mi steferjf .to' aggravate
the passion* of a political COi Sulci rftfd atrest
tbe longing lor concord. And here is the
essential difference between you and me at
tbis juncture. I seize tbe opportunity to
make tbe equal rights of all secure throm?b
peace and reconciliation, but this infinite
boon you would postpone*
ic Sever# years bare passed since we laid
aside our a ftfls'y hift, unhappily during all
[ this period there lias fresh a hostile spirit k?
j wvard? , each other, ? while flie rights ot
cdiorbft fvlhjx-vitizcm have been lb per
petual questiuft: ${>t?u years, mark a natural
period of human life. Sioiifcl ttofc the spirit
be changed with the body ? Cab w# uot
after seven years commence a new life,
cspeci illy when those once our foes repeat
the saying, 'Thy people shall be
my people, and thy God shall be my
God 1 f 1 dbcliire my preference for an ori
ginal aboiitioblst as i'rdgltlcnt, and you seek
to create a (lit crsidn by erVln# out that
Democrats \Vjlf jftffljtotf. him ;"to which 1 re?
plv; So much' tbe better/ Their support is
the assujhin'i^ fbiVt flie cafefe h? ht? so con
stantly g<faraed; Avb'ethcf of equal rights or
reconciliation, isaH^med by the Democrats,
and this is the pledge of a trite mtfatl beyond
anything in our history. It is a victor* of
ideas, without -which all other victories must
fail.
"To intensify your allegation you insist
that I am ranged with Jefferson Davis and
Robert Toombs i but, pardon me, nobody
kifows hoft the fortoer will vote, while Robert
Toortfbt* fs boisterous against Horace Gree
ley, :md Wifli rtre Stephens; Wise, and
Mosby. This is all Vef^ poor; ?nd I men
tion it only to exhibit the character ctf your
attempt. In the sune spirit you seek to
avoid the real issue l*y holding up the possi
bility of what you c??ll a Democratic Admin
istration; and you have the courage to assert,
as within my knowledge, that by the election
of Horace Greeley Ctfiwess is handed over
to the control of the party itho have posi
tively denied the righto of the biaCk men.
You say that I know this. 31 r. Speaker, 1
! know 110 such thing, and you' should be
sufficiently thoughtful
ii*ly satisfied
cut, wigg tt*
on'p contested on f!i6 6<Wr,
*?YS?4sult ra n larger nuhiber of congres
sional repft^fe^t^es i sjirc6refy devoted to
tlic i-i^lits of the colored Athens tban ever
before. The Democrats will be pl*d?ed us
never before to the ruling principle, that all
iltCti ?rr? ?ci.ual before the law, and also to
the three conditional amendments with
the claiLse iu each ciupo*"! ring Congress
to enforce the same bv appfrVprMU Jo
ablation. But besides Democrats there
will Le Liberal Republicans pledged
likewise, find also your peculiar associates,
wiio 1 ffhst ttill not betray the cause. Sen
ators and tei/re8W??lh'?f* calling: thein
fcclves Republican-, hii Ve >)?e? latterly in
?rge innjority in both UoustK, bttHhe final
mfeasurc of the civil rights to which yoti re
fer, though urged by me almost daily, h;.s
,|Uled to become a law ; less I llur from Dcfti
iKrfatic opposition than from Republican
rttkhwrfriiititt*? ?nd the, want of support in
the Presidefftj
"The great issue whictf tfi? people afj
called upon to decide in November i* on the
President, and nobody knows better that)
yourself that the House of Representatives
rhrwon at the same time will naturally har
monise Wltll IflflJi So it has been in our his
tory* .KoW, liarmotiy With Horace Gieilov
involves wlnt I meat desire. With *uch
a l'rMidenfj Congress. will be changed.
For the first lime since the War the
cquiil rights of ail v. ill Life a declared
i ^preventative at the head oi the Govern
ment, vi lioSC pri sen/ife' there will be of higher
significance ilian that of any victor in war,
being not only a testimony but a Ccfrtstaut
motive power in this great cause. Opposi
tion* whether open hostility or more-subtle
treachery, frill yield to the steady influence
of such a representative; Therefore, in look
ing to the President I look also to Congress,
which will take its character in a large mea
sure from him.
. "In choosing Horace Greeley we do the
best we can for the whole Government, not
Only in the executive, but in the legislative
branch i while we decline to support nepot
ist^ (he re|)n*ment of personal gilts by offi
cial patronage, the seizure of the wui
powers, indignity to the Bltck Republic ;
also4 the various ineapaeity exhibited hy the
President,- and the rings by which he gov
erns, none of which can you defend. You
know well that the rings are already con
demned by t' o Americau people. For my
self, I say plainly, and without hesitation, that
I prefer Horace Greeley, with any Congress
possible on the Cincinnati platform, to Presi
dent Grant with his pretensions and his rings,
a vote for whom involves the support of all
his pretensions with prolonged power in all
tlic rings. There must l>e another influence
and another example. The Administration,
in ail its parts, is impressed by the President.
Let his soul be enlarged with the sentiment
of justide, quickened by industry, and not
only the two Houses of Congress, but the
whole country, will feel the irresistible au
thority overspreading, pervading, peruu
rating everywhere.
| ** Therefore, in proportion as you are earn
est for the rights of the colored citizens, and
place them above all partisan triumph, you
will be glad to support the candidate whose
heart lias al ways throbbed for humanity. The
country ueeds'such a motive power in the
White House.., It needs a generous fountain
there. In one word, it needs somebody dif
ferent from the present incumbent, and no
body knows this better than Speaker Blaine.
" The personal imputations you make upon
me I repel with the indignation of an honest
man. 1 was a faithful supporter of the Pres-.
identuutil somewhat tardily awakened by
his painful conduct on the Ialandof St*
mingo, involving the
Ur v J ? 41 atrtutoH) (Asileiffed ; '$kr:
Cofase} '?hi Mo?b^trof?lw?qT)ctj?5 of
8raffr~gtfp?o?c{f {<? fmti ari<?Tf from?; joint;:
**'Hhe challenge *ri? fa i,
promptly accepftwf, bttt'thc partft* wer.e a*- .
'tested and ImjW to ^ilpp Dofc tatkbt
In VlrxiafoA'. '??
; ^Ur.-Mir Yens, Atignat &;? A 8ped>! ? *-;
to tbe 2fer<r/<f say* Dr.- Wttbfcf* and Cotowl ?
3Ut?by have goaeto Biadeti^mnr to^bt-ifc a&
?' ^ <-? -
>iMwerat!?? f?r IntwferiBjr trttfa
K*r > I ??? ^:, . j.
*9It/ August ?.?T&ft>EhrsrHjb <*ov* ?
eminent win prmpatto tvceaty-tvrjo ; pe^ns(fe ?;
far interfering with tfic Gal way ekc*{o^^|?|
incfuctinsr tire Kbmff# i'albolk^ oraliSls
Clontorf, Captsin N ol.-iff hrbtittr 3t*V $?^r<:? -
fw^tianNotmjnndninetei'itBmmu embolic
-.d:*::...: ? L"- -
Chicago, August 5.--Ttie Iowa olnvn^or>
together with 18,000 bushels Vf grafe was
burned but night. ' 6 M
Nismiiilr'Tte^ Aitgrat 5.-M. Barns'*
saddlery warehotHve, Cotnpion & Garrett'a
grocery store. D. tmicimh & Co.** and Ob
melt & Brother's dry ktit&.in&Mnr- ?
krt street, were Mimed ;tbfimornW?i" Tbc,c
slocks were nearly all destroyed.
W0.
New Yok'x, August,*;.? Casey's turpefttine * "
f tetory was burned to-day. Lo?*. $20, 00^.
?-.-v?-v ?->,.?/ ? '-??? l> - ' ;?!>?? .1 ??'?'.?>
OWtna?y. . ;;;
New York, August Simeon LetanU,
the hotel pfoprietor, is# dead. - -
Utica, N. Y., August &? Dr? Ueoige W.
Eiwton, for forty years connected wUh Mauiir . #>t
8on University, of -which be was twelve.^
years president, and a distinguished pulpit
orator of the Baptist denomination, died at
Hamilton, 2I. Y., Saturday.
' ? --gfr- ; ?' \ $$$*'* ' ? ; . C&j
J?EW YORK MAKKBm Vr < ^ v ^
Sew YbRXf August 5.? Com?n Ann; sate*, 1*22
l j. ties : upland* 2l$c?: Orleans. Slfp. Flour ?(ttl?taud
tirui. whiskey flrmeraiWi- Whoat active at. ?'.?/
?>t\. better: winter red western, Com
iiiic|);tt]gCiJ. Rice Jinn at etto$0*c. Pork 'steady;'^'.'
Lard- Sew. kettle, 9i?J/ .Iwvuisaud taliovr ,
quiet. Freights llttncK . ?
BALTIMORE MAKKkTC. ; ; >*J 1
Ualtimoue, August 5.? Fl"ur flvin and unchiwjred.
Wheat active and Arm. Coriidullf TOlfcvwftW ;
ycfiow, flSffMo. Oata utendy ; new tfouUieru, 4oe.
I'rovfeloite flrmor. 31 Si) iiork, JH.M, liucon? ad-\ '
ivanclnjr fcttdency ; BhouMcr*, 7i<\ Wbtek^y,
j [email protected] ..i ' ' - ? V ?_
vinfufo'3, coijwus, 50? >lrgiula,?, registered ana*. . .
uccU'rS, in > all bids. V
- ? ? ? ? ? . . 1 1.*? it, ? ??' /*."
IMIlL^DELrftiA LITE-STOCK MARKET.
rfiri,.vtnKLFliiA, August 3/-~Be0v*w wry ?h*H thla
week; 2,Sih> hOutl ; cxthl Pennsylvania, and
western rtceni 7?!?7ie. ? fttrto good. t^tTc.V rom
inou, 4$0ie. Hiet?p--^al?w, bead at f>wfrilc.
Hogs higher; tales, 3,300 t*adat 7 J?*-. s ;y
wr a my e is muGO eg. ^ : '
MINIATURE ALMANAC, ACfsnsiTirSt
finn rlueu. 6:17. J Mooii *-ts. *
Siut m:I5 b:?3 1 High ll(jc,.^ ...;t'. ... 5M
TOUT UK RICHMOND, ACGWT R ^
AHBtVKO. . . v f - ?-Jj
Steamship (Ttd ftofnlufen* Bonnie, Now York,
merchandise aud pnwetiy?iv, J. W. Wvstfe
Schooner Whierwltcn, Hobanan, rhttadclfihlA, *
conl, S. U. Hawes. .. . , -*r.
Scliooner David E. Wolfe, Todd, Havre dc Grace ,
CO.1I, Wirt Roberts.
ScluKxier William and Jaiapi, Outteu, Albany,
In i nber, T? A . Parker.
Schooner &ur CMinmlngu, Lyan, lower Jamexi
wheat, ^ '
Xvhoo^ ~ ^
. Jit^ion/.'P Foaming Sea, Wootort, Havre
c"oal, >. II. HaWo?. ? ^
Schooners Eastern Light and Independence, lower ?
Jumcs. wheat/
Schooner Farmers' Kcttfm, James river, wheal*
E. ifc .1 WorUiaiu. iifi
Schooner Hornet, Booth, Cabin Point, lumber, J. , '
a. Bam:
beboOMer 0 B. Melburn, Boluwion* Havre do
Grace, eoaj, Ht H. JHawes.
Schooner Muggfc JttcDouald, McAllister, Albany, ,
lumber, J . Allara. <1
PAIL?>. ? u
Sf^atner Johu Sylvester, Gilford, Norfolk, m
cbamifcC ;*nd lauowngri*. L. B. latum, wiW
SchoouuL' and iwukllu, JCew York tla v
Clilikaliomhiy. '?????.' '? vV>
Scliooner J . C. Henry, Giiflltb, Philadelphia t to.
C-abln Point, lntuber, Curtl* A Parker. ?/ ???>?<?.
Schooner Jloaanna. J oIwboh, down river, light. . jt
j- ^ ...i .jmi ...... ?? *?; ? ... *?'
? _L<Mrr? ot^yjep,''
T OST, on Friday. flfflftt^tefcvyeeft Saentli;: ?
JLi i*nd I.eigh street, anil GafOb'fi'rt Mlll.a GOl^l>
C it OSS. The flutter will be llraiwlly rewarded bjr <
leavlnj the same at tld# ofikc. au c-3l#
fr'OK RKKT.
FOK RifiTT. deelrdbJc TlIREJ^d?
STORY BRICK DUELLING on the eastJbi
side of Fourth between Main and FrankUu Ktteeto
eight room*. kitchen, gauaud water. ; "
an fl-'.'t f,V SSS <fc BROTHRg.
tfOlt KENT, BRICK l>\VJSLLlN<$<ra
T >0. COS NINTH STREET, tu nice or-j
dcf; ittrw Iarpc rovius on each. floors bjitfrrowrl^^
nnd water-Closet ; pa s, Lai robe heater, Jt c. ' JPoBsea-'4" ' *:
sion lHt of September. Apply to
W. B. ROD1NS/ ; ?
an C-rt llMMaln Mrref.
FOR REtfT, the BKIC'K VW KLhlKO
20) cuiat Clay street. flas. eight wro^JGfci
?wltli inith ami closet on upp^r floor.- ~08.M-twJi)B
given Immediately. Apply on the Jimoliiw; trio-i;*
.1 IVSMTi-iX
au5-iw 3333 Mal?? etr&f.
iietwee
|?0R KENT, the 8fXmf> FLOd
JL containing THREE RO0M& erf femle
OOJJ Main street, between sixth and tietfeitli sir
apposite the Arlington Hou*. For furtl^TPar
lurs apply to V. W. CH If ISTT A/ .
0"""?5iSSKK.;i
r WISH TO KENT 31 Y FURNISHBDj
JL HOUSE, GARDEN, an(t THREE COWP^
during Aug"?t and Suptemi wr, U a family <U
a delightful retreat from the beat and dnat
city. Terin3 moderate. Addr&s, "
riciinlmrg, aa 1
SOU RENT, the tarjre and desjraWd
V BRICK PIVELLIXG on the cast eld e <*?__
:'lxth afreet borond l.ci-n, nt present {V-cnnletl oy
JLtlor L. R. rape, containing ten room*, Kiteheu
with four rvoniu, gas water, aud all modern conve
nience!'. I'o?M2hK)i? given aJ>ont intb iotttoL A w?ly
to GRUMB8 & WILLIAM*.
au ??lt . .??
I ''OR BENT.? Intending to remove to<
our new and commodious warehouse No J
1321} Main street, we offer tor rent tiu* very <i>
We HTOR E, on Thirteenth street, at present
pled by tu. PoxeenUht jriven Iftt of Se(>l?aih*i
GARDNER, CARLTON ? BAI.lil
au*?tw
T70H UEJST, the twoKKW DWJ
i? INGS dn Main stieet between Ftpst?
cand. containing eight rttoavf and
provemenU, l'u>sw?k n given imm<
jy?.*w Ne>ilO
^ ? ? T ? i ' it 1 1 .u1,
|?OR 8AJ.B OK
r a HNK S>.*VEX^HTAV>: PI
FORTE, made by Wli;tuft jvuak- *
rosewood ca*\..frout rotind 4*rm
nid Iroii/niiue: sweet and pow?l?
ei*:? Instrument. kd<1 wanaufd, a
# tt or exrbangc for ? good buibilu?
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