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INITIAL".
k M. W : Managers of Fair Groiiii'l; Tpm.
1 nek ? !itj?* Township : Postmaster I'oiil Hail?'i i3):
'?r?Tlt v and llrowu Olnh.
K. L. YAN LEW. Posfnnster.
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11)11 REX1.
l >? m >ms Foil RENT.?Fur rent,*5$
? ^ I "I'll 0'?01.? ROOMS, suited t??;? famllyj&iL
" Mjrinp.. at ."WO Broad Krtet. near FutirHi. h???
intkniHi v. apply on the pr^wN's. _ ?? -"-i1 *
|/<?K IJKNT.;?tinoJar-t II ALL,2i'x"M><gs:j
* feet, over Ziin user'sc-nfi-ctlonerv. on Main feliii.
?'>. i t nIx-iv* ;-e.\e?H*?th street. Kent very- iov.
-?t >!:!?? it>r ?n\ I'Ml/Vst1. Awtly to
- . IT ttsg a BROTIIBB* ;
I,V?K KENT. THAT OESIRABLE^ j
S Hi;U K KKSIDKMJE No. 70? Leigh iSiii!
f.. ? 1.1 i-nvee ii seventh and Eighth tftrtiefo, at we*-|
? S ' ('CellWsllop 1>. S. l'4ilitalllllli!
* ? i:Ii? ?-?????!? above internment* with all the moder?.1
Luinr veuieuta, aud io good order. I'liiM^ioiifrtven
!>- i. v .Ijvk .IAMI SM. TAVI.UK,
:? ->-,u Real Entate Agent and Auctioneer.
i;?)K KENT. FRAME STOKE unci
? DWELLING < ne stsddeof Twenty-ttftb.3
-'???-,-t bWween o itnd P; three rooms and ko<;d utore*
?" tn . in rtrst r:?t?* order. Kent low. Apptv to
' YNK A BKOTLIEK, Ileal Estute Agents
W-2t i'ilS Main street.
Hv \VJin?m R. l'olk A Co..
?(ml I"s?ate \tents and Attcth neevs.
tlltf Main Mreel, opposite /ii*)ciW oHwe.
\o. 1. - FOR KENT, a FARM within j
' ' loui miles of eorporation, on Wwllmm mad.
? "WjO'iliiff uo acres, suitable tor a country residence
' ;< peutleumn doliin bufiinesi3 tn the city, or for
>??:*rkft ntrden. Building? tn good repair. Flee
? i" Itards of txrach find apple.
W J.-FOK KKNT, a BTORE-lIOUSEaiitf TWO
* M? A gUARTEK ACRES OF I.AND. at the
t- ik?<ii (Id- We?tbam und i Iver roads, a'mu! fonr
f*? from Hie c ity. Tlie hundreds of hands work
' k tii< ouurrlc* and furnace near it make this a
T-ii.st i*ce|fent stand for doiug ft large country busi
ifv With small uuiouut of capital. Kent moderate.
N-. &.-FOR KENT. WWHlLAWX. containing
?h<T#-. of i:in<l. about two and a Imlf miles from
limits. Dwelling beautifully situated in a grove
i 1 uge for#- t trees, preeeuttng peculiar attractions
'"i i ?:r "fik who wish cheap rent nud country coin
'"i i i. an?l uettruetvi to tlie city. Would make an ex
? ? ilent ,lairv farm.
N'- n?FOK KKNT VERY LOW, a BEAl'Tl
H I.SUIirKBAN RESIDENCE, within one and a
!mi intii-? ?>f tlie eltv limits, with a few acres of
improved land; nice orchard. and other
make It oue of the most desirable homes
! 'It v. w ??tfi-Th,S.JlM3t
j^olt KENT.THE ELKJ1BLY SITU-,
MKI) AND DKS1KALK KKSIDKXOKJ
?"t *?? unoiMT, Miiu wx'urr un ??:iiivtp vu ii
v ????I M-t of servants now on the premises. Apply
'?> I,. ,1. MAKViiY, corner of Leigh street und
Ki..?k un-mie, or \V. W V ATT,
" iT-.tf No. H Governor street,
l/ou KENT, SECOND STOKY OFtff
* \<p. liu h.v Mreet, corner of yeeondje8^_
? 'r" t. It htm four t?>od-flize<l rooms and back i>ui
": ^11 in good order.
JAMES M. TAYLOR,
+ 2p":" Kisil Kst?t?' Ayent and Auctioneer.
|>?h>ms FOR KENT.?A desirable**
? ^t 'lT up {fWMScau be had at No. 60t?aiii
* 'r *i turt. btdween l>t\th nnd Seventh, with or
* uiutit iwanL 8el'"-st#
V"H nKN rVl HAT VEKY EXCEL-f|
1 IK XT and d.^rat.le BRICK DWKt.MNfll.isL.
)" <Khep!dr,at the southeast comer of Main aud
"'"ii'l ??tracts. |};:?h, gas, wafer. Ac. I'o^seaslon
fc" '' October 1st. Apply t-?
W. B. ROBINS.
No. 1114 Main street.
l/'-'K KENT, thut ciesU-.thle KESI-^
Dp.\( k. corner Klevcnth nnd Broad *freet.s,JaiiL
' in lngeleven rooms; kitchen, Ac., witii inotlern
""provcutfut^. A ppl v to
' LYNK A BKOTUKK.
|/??H KENT, THE STUKE AT I;KE
HK\ r <Kcu|ii?sl bv us, coruer Thlitienthfiili!.
?oi<i ( arv Mreet-.
s' ?*-" < ??X A MJLKKK.
mmk axi) cEMirrr,
jJOCKLA.NI) LIME.
I-Sfio Inrn^ h(tCKLAM> I.IMK jjer whwrner
' "Tence Mayo dally ??> in rt^d.
*A. 8. LFE,
? 'ME, LIME, LLME.- Tlie L<me umnu*
U'n u?.i'?-Boratmirt coimt-. known yt
^?' ^KOR UoiKVlUE LlAlfc IwHcafUt
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.Vn r ,Vnk r- for wUltth ti!?y W iiHt si, oiu
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Richmond Dispatch.
8H? THE * CIRdXATlON OF THE DfS
PATi'?? IS LAUUKK THAN THE COMBINED
?'IK? Tl.ATIUN "t< M.l. TIIK UTHfcK DAILY
V tVVi>l'Af>8)jt|>jr Tf^K CrrY.y
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER '28, 1*72.
AUTIOM NAI-HH TMSJS DA).
I OOK A LAUUHTON will *-U at lo A. M. at the
ItoiDt! lot hurst*, iuul?-. Imarv, harness. Jkc.
HILL A GOUDIN will nil at * P. M. tmlldlng l?ts
oil Pluc *t reel bet *vten Bcvvrlv aud Albemarle,
?iifl at 51 P. M. suvem! lot* on Hie corner or
rinc ?n*l Spring tfm-t*.
UHl'BBS ^ WILLIAMS will m>1I at 5 P. M. a
fnnwl iIwHHiif ?n?J largr lot on tin; wort wide of
Nyoml U
l f- K ?{. jV will >?-U ??' ii Pi M. M>vfrn? j.lecta
of rea! a t itc. ...
niMTIty Jfc Wit 1.1 A.MS will **11 at 5P.M. ft*
jc Woiico *t tb? norlbw*t corner of Main and
I ire* streets.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Thf. Ott < "rfeHeftfes?SfcnvtcM For Srv
pav.?The following are tho announcements
f?>i ~j>pc.i:il srrviws to-morrow :
Second liaplisl.?Rev. J. L. M. Curry, D.
I>? :it 11 A. M. No services at night.
Pinc-Slrcet Baptist.?Kev. Mr. Hutsou,
at 11 A. M. and 7* P. M.
Fulton Baptist.?Rev. J. T. Wallacc at
11 A. M., ami Rev. A. K. Dickinson at 7?
P. M.
Union-Station Methodist.?Rev. Loroy 31.
Lee at 11 A.M. and 7& P.M. Subject at
tutrht : " Terms of Christian Communion."
I'm led States Court-Room.? Rev. A. R.
Miller at 11 A. M.
Seventh-Street Christian Church.?The
usual service* of the cbarcli, but uo preach
ing morning or evening.
Vnicersalisl Chunk (Mayo street).?Rev.
T,. F. W. Andrews, of Georgia, at 11 A. M.
and 8 P. M.
Arhur Sunday School (near Mechanic^ville
turnpike).?Rev. 1?. F. Woodward at 4
o'clock P. M.
F>rst J^resbyterian.?Eew Thomas L.Pro
ton at 11 A. M. and s P. M.
Grace-Street Presbyterian.?The pastor
having returned there will he preaching at
11 A. M. and prayer meeting at 4i P. M.
City Alms-Bouse.?Kp.w T. G. Dasbieli nt
4A P. M.
~ Sidney Methodist.?Bishop Doggett at 11
A. M., and Rev. George C. Vaudersliee at 8
I*. M. S? rvice.? every night next week.
Tnu Baptist 8i*npay-8cuool Association
will hold a mas9 meeting at -Grace-street
church to-morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock.
^EXlolS ACCIPKNT FKOM CARELESS HAND
limj (?r Fire-Arms.?At 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, a serious accident occurred near
tin* corner of Twenty-fifth and Main streets,
which may prove fatal to a colored man.
?Wrdail Page (colored) was standing In a
store, at the time and [daceabove mentioned,
handling a loaded pistol, when it was accl
d' Hlly discharged ; and Henry Pollard, who
at the time was sittiugon the counter, in the
same storey was seriously wounded, the bali
lodging ih the stomach. Surgical aid was
piomptly summoned and the wounded man
properly cared for. officers Keegan and
Whitlock.ot the First Policedistric', arrested
Page aud carried him to the station in order
to report the shooting.
AcvipksT.- ? Yesifl'diiV mUrniog. on the
Cln-cipoake aiid Ohio railroad, two miles
west of < ovington, a train carrying a circus
ran into a landslide. The engine w?s badly
broken but no other damage done. The
twin from Staunton fame down on time but
taught no mail. Thf train from the White.
Sulphur reached Kicbmoiid at 0;4."> o'clock
!a>t niirlit. bringing ttin moil.
Fractured IIrk Arm.?Miss Minnie I??'e,
a member ?>l the Richmoiid Theatrical Com
pmy. and resident of this city, fell night
before the last while going up* the steps ut
her mother's residence and broke her arm.
Convicts Received.- Tin- following were
re-.eived at the penitentiary yesterday: John
Gmii (colored), six years, for burglary, troin
Rockbridge county,and Buck Tyler (colored),
six years, Ibr burglary, from Pap*, county.
Police Coukt, Friday?Justice William
Hall Crrir presiding.?Tho following cases
were disposed of:
Louis King, charged on warrant with as
saulting and striking Aaron Kenny with a
rock. Continued to October 5th.
Louis Quurles (colored), charged ou war^
rant with breakiug and entering the dwelling:
house of Louisa Green with intent to do her
bodily harm and commit larccuy. Felony
not proved ; security required in the sum til
8300 for twelve months.
John S. Meredith, charged with being
druuk and disorderly on the streets and witn
xiolently resisting and threatening to kill
Policeman A. T. Walton while in the dis
charge of duty. Fined $10.
John 1). Hobson and C. 8. Partigon,
charged with being drunk and disorderly on
the street*. Hobson lined $2; Partigon
lined $3.
" Joseph Henry (colored), charged with cre
ating a disturbance on the streets Fitted $1.
Angelina Washington (colored), charged
on warrant witn abusing and assaulting
Martha Mickey. Continued to October 1st.
j. Ella Smith (colored), charged on warrant
with stealing ?13 in United .States currency,
the property of Fannie Carter. Continued
to 28th instant.
J. Richard Jennings (colored), charged on
warrant with shooting George Davis in the
arm with a gun with intent to kill. Dis
charged ; shooting accidental; but fined ?5
under the ordinance for firing a gun ou the
streets.
St. Benkpictus Socikty ok St. Mary's
Curacu.?1The Secretary of the Common
wealth has received for record a copy of an
act of incorporation, granted by Judge Bev
erly R. Wellford, Jr., of the Circuit Court
of the city of Richmond, to the St. Bene
dicts Society of Si. Mary's church. The
purpose of the Society is io aid the sick, the
poor, and the unfortunate among their mem
bership. The capital stock of the Society
shall not exceed $20,000, divided into shares
of $20 each. Real estate not exceeding $10,
000 in value may be held by the Society, and
the principal office shall be in Richmond, Va.
The oflicers tor the first year are : President,
Valentine Schwans; Vice-President, Am
brose Spies; Finaucial Secretary, Aloyise
Fuehs; Assistant Secretary, Andrew Edel
blew ; Treasurer. Valentine Zet Directors:
William J. Hulcher, Henry R. Tor beck, Jo
seph Theiuier. Jr.
List of I'nmailable Letters Remaining jn
the Richmond Post-Office September 2s.?
W. E. Warren, German bark Pepita Brazi;
Barrett's Dye-House, Boston; John Barnes,
Richmond College; Mrs. C. Barksdale,Rich
mond; Tinman Parker.
Drumming Exhibition.?The drum corps
of the First Virginia regiment will give a
public display of their proficiency at the
Howitzer*' Hall to-night.
The Last of thk Season.?The train on
the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad commonly
known hk "The Grass Widowei's" will
make its last departure from Richmond this
afternoon, affording persons an opportunity
to visit Staunton and intermediate poiuta at
reduced rates and return on Monday morn
ing without losing an hour from husiocs*.
RaSGF OF TlJKRMOMBTE* AT E>ISPA?Cfc
Office Friday, .September 27th: 8 A. M., j
78 degrees ;3 P. H., rtfgret * Q P. M.f j
*5 degrees* ' * 1
More ati&ift ti? G&ffibrtfglili:
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THINGS GETTING MORE INTERESTING.
The Investigation in the Inspector's
Office Closed.
FOURTH PK<Jcfej|UtK<3K:
Mayor Keiley and the Committee- on tie1
frenchmen* and Reform ucre buMlv engaged
yesterday in making further inquiries into
the alleged ga? frauds. ? The testimony is
given In substance below.
During the examination of a witness, Mr.
Schaffer came into the room which was occu
pied by the committee, and with a smile
banded Mayor Keiley his private meter-book,
which he desired to be locked up, thus pre
venting other alterations.
five dollars' worth of gab.
?Tint before the committee met for work
Mh Rj Gflthright came In and said as he was
Ifl a htlh* ti? Would like to tell nil he knew
about his bills. He RTiffcn tbaf HuAjJrll last
he brought his gas bill, for about $2.i>0, wftll
a $5 bill, to the office to pay the Treasurer,
but found it was after office hours and there
was no one there. He went into the In
spector's office,and banded the gas bill, with
tho ruone.v, to a person whom be toqk to be
Mr. Schafficri.wbg was there, asking him to
pay it; which he promised to do, -aylng at
the same time that it was often done,' and
that ho would return the receipt with the
proper change. Subsequently he called once
or twice for the change and reeeipL-but
found Schatfer out. .Met Mr. Melton^lbe
Inspector, in the office on one occasion, who
told him that the receipt was locked up. Mr.
Gathright then told him to let it stay, and
that Mr. Schaffer could pay the next moutlfs
bill also with the change and hand over both
receipts. No bill was presented to him after
wards (or for the next month), and he con
cluded that both bills were paid, as the gas
bidn't been turned off. Never knew any
better until within the last few days, when
delinquent bills for both of those months
were presented to bim.
. ANOTHER BIG FRAl'f) ALLEGED.
Mr. Pryde took the stand at the conclu
sion of Mr. Gathright's statement, and said
that he bad discovered another fraud since
yesterday. After Mr. Briggs left, oud in con
sideiation of the fact that Mr. Denegri had
said that be bad disconnected with Mr.
Briggs's supply, he (Pride) thought it his
duty to go and examine the meter. Found
that the premises near Fifth and Broad
streets were supplied with gas which did
not go through the main meter which
supplies Briggs's house. Mr. Prydc fur
ther stated that be got Mr. .John Bowers,
& practical gas titter, and weut to the prem
ises agalu, and found the connection taken
from the main pipe. Next went up stairs
over the bakery into Mr. Denegri's room, and
found a gas stove with two burners, and two
burners for illuminating the room. Next,
saw Mr. Denegri and inquired whether there
wa< a meter there. Said yes, and showed
me the place. It was numbered 81,331* and
the gas consumed was 88{ 100 feet. Witness
next asked when the meter Was put in.
Denegri replied. '? December, 1870." Wit
ness then remarked to Denegri that since Au
gust, 18ti<j,<>G,y00feet had been consumed. Mr.
Denegri next showed witness memoranda on
the wall, with previous consumption, of
22,100 feet. Mj\ Prydc next came down
stairs and founrt Mr. McNeal, who remarked
to Mr. Pryde that Mr. Denegri had told bim
that he didn't owe any more bills, as he got
his gas from the city.
Owen McNeah of 42U Broad street, de
posed : I came to my present place in Janu
ary, 1872. My sister lives there, and I visit
her every day. I have paid for the gas that
I consumed. Mr. Denegri gave me to un
derstand that he was not u<ing gas that I
paid for. Some time last winter we were
down in the cellar and lie showed tne how
the disconnect ton was mndp In order that I
might b?* under no apprehensions that he
wa? using gas that I had to pay for. His ex
planation was satisfactory to me. and 1 was
r< assured. I understood from Mr. Briggs
that previous to that time he and.Denegri
had been using in conjunction.
FATING BY rROXY.
P. Finuessy sworn.
Mr. Keilet: Did you ever give any monev
to anybody in the inspector's office to puv
your bill.-?
Mr. Finuessy: Yes, sir; on one occasion
1 gave Mr. Emmett Knowle- money topav :i
bill. He did so. and brought nle the reetfpt.
It was it) the latter part of 1871,1 think. On
another occasion he was at inv house with
the bills, and I said, "Emmett, I wish you
would pay this bill. You know
YOU OWK ME A BILL,
and it i? time to settle it." He said ull right, and
?jls the gas has not been stopped off I reckon
it's all right. To Hie best of my krio\VleUge
lie has brought tne the receipt since that tiuie.
Mr. Keiley : Mr. Finnessy, 1 have a memo
randa of two bills of yours, marked 44 paid
to K. E. Knowles." I don't know where 1
got the information from-, but you cm look
them up. They are for January and Feb?*u;
ary, 1871; and mhoiints and ?L.H0.
Mr. Finnessy : Some time ago Mr. Knowles
cume to me and suid he was in trouble and
wanted me to give him a certificate. I told
him he must write it and I'd sign it. He did
write it, but when I came to re;?d it I found
I could not si.mi it; so 1 took the peli and
wrote something ttr this kind: M Mr. Em
mett Knowles has paid my bills on hVo occa
sions." . . , ,
Mr. Melton was called and examined about
Mr. Gath right's statement.
Mr. Keiley: Mr. Gatbright states that he
has ])aid to an employe in that office a $0
uote to pay hit- gas bill; that be has uo re
ceipt ; that the promise was made to him
that It's change would be forthcoming; that
his gas lias not been turned off; and that
two delinquent bills have been presented to
him.
Mr. Melton: I remember the circumstance.
Mr. Gatbright came iuto the office, as he I old
me, and gave the money to one of the young
men, whom he described very minutely. 1
knew at oncc that it was not Mr. Sehaffcr,
but Mrk Sweetuian. l am sorry to have to
call his name here. When Gnthright told
me he had paid the young man, I told
Sweetuian to go at once and pay the bill, or
the gas would be turned off. Sweetuian said
he would do ho the next morning. "When
Mr. Gatbright called again, und something
was said about the change hC Said,44 Never
mind that, let it go on to the next bill." I
do not know Whc ther the bills have been paid.
[The gas books were here examined and
Mr. Fiunesey's bills were found to be mark
ed paid.]
NKWsrAt'KR TRADED FOR (LAS.
Mr. George K. C'rutcbfleld, Jr., was next
eworu and questioned in regard to a bill
against him, which had been put on the de
linquent list, lie stilted that he was not
aware that he owed it. Had on several occa
sions sent money to the office to pay his bills
with, but did not remember that he had
ever given the money to any employ*? in the
gas office to pay his bills with. Found from
his books that on the 8th February he bad
sent a receipt to the Inspector's offl?-e for
$1.50, which was for subscription to the
weekly paper. Thought that it was for Mr.
Pryde, Sr. Sent this receipt with the differ
ence between bis own gas bill iu money, in
order to settle the ga> bill.
Mr. Prydc: It was not in the name of
John C. Pryde, Sr., but simply John Pryde.
Mr. Crutch Geld: I told Mr. Kegnault that
I didn't believe I owed the bill marked as
delinquent, but as I had no evidence that 1
had paid the city the amount, I would do so.
Mr. Keiley: I'll say for information to
you, Mr. Cnitchtield, that when this investi
gation began you were on the delinquent
list, but since that time the figure 2 oppo
site your name hafl been changed, and it now
is indicated as being paid. I now under
stand that you sent the receipt for the pa par
to the gw offic* with your bill and with it
ufcu the money to make up the difference,
<,'nitchflcfd: Yes; sir; I think that is
! tl^e w% 1 .heard fijvt that t rtaa de
linquent by a gctltletriiap/ Mr; James Me?ler
Innd, who catne into toe oflfce stliS staked pie
if I knew that I was oo the delinquent list
for February. Then it w?? that T looked at
my cash-book and found this transaction
above alluded to. On one other occasion I
sent the money in an envelope to pay my
l?ill to Mr. Pryde's hou.se. He was a neigh
)K?r, ami hen?-p I ?ent it to him. After hear
jfe delinquent i took the trouble
to uurff .lif^tJU^ for February, but
couldn't find it. The fiesf month's biH wa#
found, and it being about the Haiife tfuaojtnt
as the last, I thought no more of It, as it was
clear the previous bill had not been added.
MOKE ABOUT THE LATE FALSE EXTRIE8.
W. W. Wood, Awistant Inspector, bein*
atvorn, was questtoned about the order-book.
Paid he was In the Inspector's offlcr on
Tuesday after 3 o'clock. 3lr? DenegH i-atne
in. picked up the order-book, and paid he
?vould like to find out when Mr. Pryde had
bis meter changed in his house. Took up
the book and leruarked that he couldn't find
it In that book. Then put the book hack
ttHoJIe H Jjclntiwdi Then went to the files
of the returifea tffdfefri looked over them,
and couldn't find it tTiel^.' ThSrl <tytit ou|
and I never saw him again. He had
NO PEN IN HtS HAND,
for I could have seen him. I did not
know that the figures liad been altered. 1
know if he bad altered them there I could
have seen blrti. Mr. Scbafl'er was there, and
I heard Denegri talking abcttt some figures
in the book. I beard him say to SchatTef
that if Mr. Keiley nad had that book when
he was making his first investigation he couUt
have fonnd out
WHO COMMITTED THE FOROERY.
I remained in the office until 4 o'clock,
but I did not see Denegri until the next
morning. 1 saw him have the order-book in
his hand about 10 o'clock, after the commis
sion had begun work. Mr. Knowlesand my
self were in the office then, aud Denegri
took down the l>ook, opened it, and with an
exclamation said, Look here F' Knowles
said, " What is it ?" I looked over it, and
saw the changed figures. He then put it up
and said nothing more. I did not see the al
terations the day before.
Mr. Keiley : Did Denegri call your atten
tion to the altered figures ?
Mr. Wood: No, sir, not to me, but I saw
that the book had been tampered with.
Witness here told all about the locks and
keys as has heretofore been detailed.
MONEV-ORDERS FOR DELINQUENT FILLS.
Mr. Melton was questioned by Mr. Whit
lock whether he knew anything about an
order stoned by Mr. R. E. Knowles to Mr.
James Melton, asking him to reserve ?13.05
out of Ills wages for gas bills due by him ?
Mr. Melton replied that he had some in
distinct recollection of such an order for bills
that Mr. Knowles had-assumed to pay.
Mr. J. E. Batkins. sworn : Said that he
knew nothing in the world about the altered
figures. Only knew that Mr. Melton had
said once or twice that lie would read his
own meter, but didn't remember that Mr.
Pryde said so. Thought Mr. Pryde had
said that there was an ordinance allowing
the Inspector tfnd other employes to use
gas
WITHOUT FAYING FOR IT.
I don't think I ever took Mr. Melton's meter
in my line. Think I was once at Mr. Pryde's
house. 1 came into the office after John
Tyree, and they seemed to l>e mad with me.
That's the reason I did not work in Mr.
Pryde's section of the town, though when
I took the state, qf the meters in John's
neighborhood 1 did irol take ills;
Mr. Keiley : Can't you tell how frequently
you have taken meters in Mr. Pryde's neigh
borhood in the last seventeen months ?
Mr. Batkins: No, sir; I don't know. I
have taken them this year there, though.
Mr. Pryde had said to* me that he would
take his own meter. 1 think that anything
that Mr. Pryde would say would have been
law with me tf Mr. MtMitfli hJld left him in
charge.
Mr. Keiley: Did you ever by any one's
order neglect to take the state of anybody'
meter \
Mr. Batkins: No, sir, I never did, and
never thought of it. 1 don't remember ever
having seen Mr. Pryde or Mr. Melton enter
th^ir gas vonsumption. T don't know how
often they entered it or didn't enter it. 1
often saw opposite Mr. Pryde's and Mr. Mel
ton's names tb? words " No bills." I think
this was more than one or two months.
fe*ri..4KAT!0N OF MB. BLlir.KTT.
Mr. P. A.Sublet*. l*>iug present, explained
that he had seen in the pa pel's that Mi. E.
Knowles had volunteered to pay two billn
tor bis firui. On several occasions be had
banded the money to Mr. Knowles, who
volunteered to |>ay the bills. Generally he
did so. Yesterday he handed him a receipt
rtufc December 20i 1870; The bill for March
20,1871, seems, said Mr. Subiett, to be sflil
unpaid, amouuting to $8.32. Knowles also
said that Sweet ma a owed a bill which he
hadn't jiaid, and as lie (Mr. Subiett) didn't
know Sweetruun hy sight, be was ?uiistR'd
that ft was n mistake* Hftid i'I^o Hwt. |l*>
would like to ask Mr. Knowles why be
volunteered to pay the bills. He was satis
fied, however, that the March bijl of '7i had
been paid, though it cqUld not be found.
The bill before it and after it lia* l>een paid.
MR. i,ArBK
iiiso wild in explanation that he never said
that Mr. Pryde had run up " a eonsideraole
bill," but that tbe bill which he made was
$17. Mr. Laube further denied that be.evci'
said in Mr. Page's presence that Mr. Pryde
had not assumed to pay his gas bill. Mr.
Laube also said that be never told iu that
conversation what tbe Mayor had a>ked him.
but that he did say that be never gave 3ir.
Pryde any money to jxiy his guts bill.
Mr. Pryde here a-ked Mr. Lau e if he had
not said that he (Pryde) and other* had ??
frauded him out of tbree hundted votes, and
that he iutended to protsccute him for n.
Mr. Laube: No, sir; but i did say to your
face that you had l-Obbed me oi three hun
dred votes, and you acknowledged it.
Mr. Pryde : That is false.
Mr. Melton, in explanation, spoke of ton
ing frequently taken the state of hw meter,
and that he fouud his consumption of gas
very small. But two burners were iu the
house. Found the consumption so small
that he did not think it necessary to?>etlle
the bill then. Later, he ha. au accident aud
the two burners were kept constantly going.
Subsequently he moved to another house.
Came to the office, had hi> bill made out, and
paid it in full to date. This was done, said
he, before he knew of the investigation.
Mr. W. H. Page said that Mr. Pryde never
gave bim the keys of the desk until after the
forgeries in the order-book had beeu dis
covered. Mr. Page further said that bis
previous statement was correct, and that
Mr. Laube had willed him (Pryde). Was
positive that in tbe interview between Laube
and Pryde that the loriner called the latter,
and stated that he (Laube) had told the
Mayor that Pryde never offered to assume
the payment of his bills." Had no conversa
tion with Pryde about the interview until
Tuesday. Laube voluntarily stated to Prjdc
that the latter never had assumed the pay
ment of his (Laube's) bills.
Mr. Pryde: I think 1 cnu prove that
Laube has
LIKD THROUGH Hits WHOLE KVIDENCF,
especially iu regard to his statement about
the stolen' votes.
Mr. Keiley : It it, perfectly proper for you
to introduce any >ort of evidence to show
the anivuut of tbe party.
Mr. Enimett Know les, sworn : He said he
had heard Laube uwke threats against Pryde*
Heard him say once that be had been de
frauded out of three hundred vote* at
t m first precinct in Monroe Ward, thereby
throwing him out of the Council after be w as
lairly Sleeted, and he (Laube) was determin
ed to ?
get even \rrra them
yet. Think he said three bandiula were
taken out and two put to. Laube badtoftT
him thia repeatedly.
Mr. Knowles then made a statement about
Mr. Finnesse.y's bill, but the facts arc covered
bt .fjt^^pey's evidence.
Mr. Dcnegrf.was r?*at|fed'and tbe evidence
of the morning read to him.- He remarked,
at its conclusion. that, on August jf, 1871, ;be
b id bis meter changed from a private to a
p'.iblic meter. The disconnection was made
without any ^wv. I' was tbe duty of tbe
Inspector to Had out if .sue b changes were
made. Hp *i>oke to Mr. Melton about it, and
be raid "Timf* all right: all the rest are
burning the gas. and you bad just as well do
fit.'' Hip bad hi" meter tested, and any one
taking thpdtafe of Biigjira'e meter could see
tbe pipe to life (uetiegrM
The investigation ot connected
with the Inspector's Department was broii#M
to a close aix)irt balf-pist t o'clock,' when
it was decided that the next field for the
committee's labors ??bould be at the Cary
?treet Gas House. The inquiries in this di
rection *vfH be continued again on Tuesday
morning.
Political Appointments.?Messrs. George
I). Wise (Conservative candidate for Con'
gress) ana William i?. Gilman (presidential
elr -tor) have made the following additional
trt#t?ob.f*uienfa: Reedy Church, Caroline coun
ty, October isf r lit?p*4s$ Louisa county, Oc
tober Oth ; near Buk2|ki$?s; Lotfisu countyj
October 12tb ; Louisa Courthouse; tyetobir
14th. Meetings have been held at Cold Hal'*
bor and Corbn's store, in Hanover, this week.
Messrs. F. W. Mahood, E. 8. Gregory,and
E. C. Cabell will engage iu a discussion with
certHltJ Radical speakers at Cuckootown, in
Louisa; to-da<Y
The Old., bom in ion (4red?y Club of Clay
Ward will hold a meeting at Laifre's sd Mon
day night.
Captain George D. Wise and J. Amblef
Smith are announced to speak at Coalfield
to-day at noon.
Meeting of the Greeley Clubs' Central
Committee.?A full meeting of this commit
tee was held last night at the headquarter-,
on Hunk street. General Bradley T. John
son. having returned from his tour in New
England, occupied the chair.
Judge F. 11. Faiiar, being present by in
vitation, made a most timely and interesting
address, abounding in practical suggestions.
The committee appoiuted to confer with a
similar committee from the City Central
organization as to the mode of collection and
the distribution of tbe proceeds between the
j two organizations for campaign purposes
made a report: which was adopted. By this
arrangement there will be only one set of
collectors in the city.
Coloucl Joseph Mayo, on behalf of tbe
State Executive Committee, a?kcd the co
operation of this committee in preparations
for the *crand mass meeting to be held in
this city on next Wednesday night. A com
mittee of conference was appointed with full
|K)wer to act in conjunction with similar
committees from the State and city organiza
tions.
Called "Meeting of tue City Central
Committee.?A called meeting of the City
Central Committee wiil be held this eve
ning at half-pist 7 o'clock at the headquar
ters, on .Ninth street. Every member should
promptly attend, as business of tbe utmost
importance will be laid before this body for
their consideration.
Theue will be a meeting ot Libera! Re
publicans and Conservatives at the store of
George W. Baker,at the loot of Fulton Hill,
?A 7 o'clock to-night, for the purpose of
organizing a Greeley and Brown Club.
To Vo+KliS SVWK'NIMjf: TftE CBKSArEAKE
am? Ohio I".{it.koXf?.?C*^IfCJWfI Wlekham?
viec-prtwident of tiie Chesapeake find Ohio
railroad, has issued the following circular t<>
the employes of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad Company between White Sulphur
and the mouth of New river:
?? To enable the employe's to vote at the
presidential i lection, November otb, and \et
to induce Ihclii promptly to return to the
work where the interests Vf tbe company
require their ?er \ ices, tickets will be sold
them by the contractors at 8"> per head,
which will entitle the holder to go at any
time between the l*t and oth of November
from the end of the track to any point on
the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad and to
return. M these tickets are presented by
the pei<on to wli"ni they am "old to the
contractor who sold them, or, in his absence,
to his division engineer, on or More Novem
ber lo, 1*72, the price of the ticket will here*
ftJMde'1 ?o the purchaser, thus giving the
employe's of the coiii{?tK* on construction
free transportation to their homes to the
election, in consideration of their accomo
dating the company by u speedy return to
and resumption of their work."
Arranokmknts for tue Reception of
Xliiiisti Knwuts Tlmilak.?At a special
meeting of Richmonu Coiitinaudery. No. 2,
K. T., held lust night the outline of' a f>To:
gramme for the reception and entertainment
of .St. John's Commandery, of Wilmington,
t)eb. \yjis adopted. The visitors will arrive
here at noim oil tlib 13th of Oefpber (Tues
day) and will be escorted from tne depot to
the hotel by Itichmond Commandery. Both
Comuiandiries will then march into
the dining-room of the Exchange Hotel,
where they will be formally welcomed by
the ftrand Commander of f?nights Templar
hi Virginia aud i?y th}? i"mfnhit Chi'lMander
of No. 2. A lunch will then be served. In
the evening there will be a grand banquet
a* a place hereafter to be designated.
On the following day (Weduesday) carriage*
will be provided, and tfle guests will spend
from 9 to 12 o'clock in sight-seeing. At 3
P. 31. there will be a public parade, wind
ing up with a collation at the 2fastmlc Hull,
on Franklin street. This programme pro
vides for the agreeable entertainment of the
visiting Sir Knights without wearying them.
The following committee of arrangements
was appointed to perfect the above plau and
P.iTaUgetlie detail*: Knights Albert Ordway,
W. B. I?aaes J. Thompson Brown, H. 1).
Danforth. W. T. Allen, L. L. Bis*, and I. S.
Tower.
Call fok Annual Meeting of Virginia
Division Association, Akmy Noktiikrn
Virginia.?'The m?xt annual meeting of the
Virginia Division of lh? Army of Northern
Virginia will take place in Hiclimoild Oil the
31st October, 1872. General John B. Gor
don, of Georgia, will address them on the
occasion. Soldiers and sailors who partici
pated in the meeting held on 3d November,
1871, in Richmond, are requested to send
their names aud those of the commands t??
which they belonged to Colonel Joseph
Mayo, Jr., Secretary of the Association, at
Richmond, for enrolment. Others desirous
of becoming members arc referred to Article
IJ. of the Constitution, as follows :
"Such persons only shall be eligible to
membership as shall have honorably served
in the Army o! Northern Virginia, and all
residents of Virginia who have rendered
honorable service under the Confederate flag,
on land or -ea, may be elected auxiliary mem
bers."
A full attendance fc earnestly requested.
The 3Iilitarv Excursion to Baltlmorf.?
All of the companies In the First Virginia
regiment (including the Blues and Howit
zers) having voted in favor of celebrating the
liHh of October by an excursion to Balti
more, the Executive Board will meet to
night to make arrangements for the trip.
Vwit or Colored &uu>ij?B8 to Richmond.
At 4 o'clock yestordsy morning three compa
nies of the Slant-on Guard Battalion, oJ Wash
ington, accompanied by a good many of their
friend*, arrived in tins city by t he Chesipeaie
aud Ouio railroad, i lia battalion b under,
command of Lieutenant-Colonel Bland, and
consisted of companies: A, Captain Marshall;
B, Captain Warren ; and C, Captain Bat*on,
and was headed by the National Bind, Ro
bert Mclicnrv, leader The *oUU?w wore- a
uniform very much like that (k the bld:
Btaft?/ of tiife eiljf. 7;: ??'??, '?\.
At alxrot 11 oVfock .? line, consisting of*,
the visiting soldiery and thdr entertainers?
Jhe Attacks Guard and Richmond Zouave??
was formed for parade. Captain R. L. llob^
sop, of the Guard, taking' command. The
Virginians wore the State uniform and pre
setted a wftiierty appearnnee and superiority
in'drilf ThW =rraeffrfn*4 to tbe spectator*.
Alter Rtratfiujr fhrtftgb tire p/iiftipal etrrcU
a halt ww ordered on C:ifittoT front
of the City HalKand in' respotwe toacg^ir*
teous request Mayor Keifev made his appear*
ance and in his usual happy stvle welcomed
the Wugbingtonlans to Richmond.
Colonel Bland responded pleasant! v on be*
half of bis.command, after which the band
played national airs, and the crowd jrave
three nm-ilng cheers. The line was then j
' reform#?, and the soldiers marched t$!
Goddlh^ fcitcrtff where tbe visitors were
elegantly enfcfiftaiiJWfc At nhrht there was n
nunierously-atfended baft tit ibe Old Market
Hall. . j
Tbe Washington men behaved themselves
witb marked propriety duriug tbe day, and
were evideiitl) much pleased with their en?
tfrrttfinfifenit. They wish to return tbe com
plimefJi #h*h fhe Alttiijc#* Guard and the
"Zouaves visit iftt?f>naf capital.
Personal.?Jud^e White, of tbe Police
Court, was well enough .to be on tbe streets
jHsteroay, but his late severe illness has left
bistf fb very delicate health.
| " <9
Council Meeting.?A siting of tbe City i
Council will be held on Mobua? afternoon
for tbe transaction of special business.
The Theatre.?East Lynne was weli per
formed last night by tbe really good com
ffjny now at the Theatre, This afternoon
there ill h<* jin /'Oars" matinee for tbe
benefit of the wdres and children. To-night
tbe ever-popular u Ticket^of-Jbeave Man.''
MANCHESTER ITEMS.
Political.?"It is the .duty of the Execu
tive Committee <>f the $Fre6lcy Club to call o
meeting, and the president K& ftairetary
await their pleasure. The club was Agn
ized August aist, and since that time nothing
has been done. There should be a routing
public meeting of the citizens; good speakers
should be secured, and the campaign opened
in earnest. Today there will be a meeting
and barbecue at Midlothian.
Matbimonial.?Mention was made a few |
davs since of three gentlemen meeting in
Norfolk the three ladie> ol their choice just
arrived per steamship from Scotland and ol
their happy mantagc. The gentlemen were
all sojourners in Manchester, and employed
at the Granite Works, and were accompanied
on the happy occasion by Captain Fitz
gerald, Chief of Police. One of the couples
settled in thi* place, one in llichmond, and
the third in Baltimore.
H>xi(i!ors MATTtRS.?The usual services
to-morrow at all ?.?t* the churches exc* pt the
Presbyterian, where the Rev. Mr. Mdiilvary
will officiate in the morning only.
O. That 1 wkbe BkactikclI is the unspoken
wish of the,wands <>f women to whom nature lev
denied the charm of a pure, frwsh. transparent com
11 fvxion. T?> gratify t^ls wish Hagan'sMagnolia
Kalm whs intnuliicra The co^mnllw of the day
hud been pronounced poisonous by the most distin
guished chemMs. ami It was also found that their
ultimate effect who to wIMut the skin as well fls to
paralyse the external nerves. The ladle-, lulled
with delight the advent of a healthful, herbal. aud
floral preparation, capable of Imparting to their
faces. neck*. ami arms n porcelain smoothness and n
tinge like flint of the finest oriental pearl. They
goon dl<co\er? d tluit It was a "ne?, thlngundei the
.?????," hieoiupaMWc and unapproachable. I'mpics
tfnntd'lv f he M ijmotla Balm has tau the great toilet
1 sin Cfc-J? yf i!f pref-?*1 century.
JiAHGR ljEMON?at PlRXlNt'f.
Tp\?-livk< used in the public i<;h"ol? lor Pale hy
.t. T. I- LLYSvN, Main street.
HrdFONP. the hatter, has all the late ? Broad w
?!J les.
pirMT.?f,?.0 ?t> - A vl-ft to ItBlW 4 Co.'fr r.allrrv
will s:ti i^Tv the inquiring min i that thn* Is the J lace
lo have th'eli picture* taken. furds *3.5" l*r dozen.
*!.!?. | er hair ?k'/rn, l arge Mze for fr-nolng. *??
r \ii.i ehtege for coloring.
I ,ii*t *r i wr Nor it v. totiik Lawks and I'i p
,N- <;k*< f.mai.?K. Fkuhandini wL?bes to ?n
form the ,<nlille tint <?n aeconnl <>f In .-reuse In busi
ne*. his pr* ent pi ice is too small to accommodate
his customer.. Therefore he is ???impelled to remove
to No. .-it' Broad street, between Sixth aud Seventh,
hv the 1st of ? ?ctober. 1*72. where he lias tltted up a
Obp siore. which he will stock with the lincat im
ported go!Uls '-'longing to Lb trade. He has abo
i-rablMse-t onr ?f tnO human hair work*
rtouth of New \ ork. He has aff th- facilities^for
doing all kind* of hair work at the shortest no,h*,
in the best manner, and in the latest style*. J Twit '>ly
bwk received direct from I'arls, with
fashion plates for ladies' hair dressing; alio a bcok
for ball cot-tunics and eveulng dress. '
Tllatrtful P,u,t favow?' hope In the futute, by
atteutlcu to basilica to retain your custom. |
I'BUUA.NDtM. ]
Pl7!Zt>'l has mellow apples. _____
One thousand *fc?a? rpwaH Is oiTered hy the pro
prietors Of inc. riKKCK S l b
cover Y for H mc Heine that will equal
?f h11 ?everc cases of liver complaint and all dlse???
arising from Impurity of the Mood, as eruptions,
pimples. Molelies. bolls. 4c.
rnrratt and' Itucbr- ?UI ?nd
Standard ?:h?H.II*i.?ksliithecitytft'. r- Lllyson s,
1 ills Mal i ?jtrct. _____
Bur your silk hat from Kedfohu, and lit
lr?n and block it free of charge.
i The mo,' f.'tthio'uhle hat worn in the United
1 !?tate- this raM )? the I.ondou ^llk hnt. They can t*?
i^d of r. wtua*';^1 *
! coNcoiit) ilKAi iifr-tbe nicest you ever
Pizzisi'e. _ '
mm StflfltBtt! CLKAVRR'!?To Ml FlW
! { i htomVT'<. *^t) tuk vtr.ua Grxrkall-v Tb
eslahllshmetil ?f ^ jjj
k,t 'ir no 'zss
c",n."l wu??',.'iv friend to w>
ccHjcd In ffilili." till l.'(iUl)HOTl?W if'"ch
machliwrr, ?d Ufm
d.)h?-ro....ii. .rt ttt" ****>?"/*
tZ
,v?rj time.and*"*l>
Ma> No. 771 Malantrtot and No. 110 Broad elrwft.
FiNF rrAK>'.'-Vi7.MM has some dellcton* ao<I
Juicy peai>. 'J .
I v*,iu.- 1. the Ttnx to huj acJiooHwoks. *? T
I Fllyson. lit ' Main street, iust a?>ove the Pinpvtth
yfflije. ha- a full etipplv juttrvwhv<L
I p. WKiMoniTTco. are ?.-lll?4f from abrautlfnl
j line of fashlonul'le hato this IWL
j All the new fall STYLES ?ow ready tit ROV
KOltu's. Hie baiter. Main atiret.
IfATfe' IlATs U-The latest thing wt at AtLBN'H.
Ul<? M?l'? t'tre*--*.
m text-l>ooks u>ed at Richmond Collect for-ale
by J. T. fcLL*!<OJM 1112 Main rtrert.
A SltiOT VToitTH
sighta t?? l?e seen lu the eltj In w^0f^T
Inggwfci, way t?e scea at
UM Main I'rcet. Vi yon went ? pj?? ?
g<>oth. cut in stile, well m*>, a?d JW
them a call.
A?vit*-We ?dvl?e aU In^ ?**
tbioein the way of %?*}?
\ tul tu gcutJvmctt's Wicr.
vCA*WDATISfii^..0?FtCtrT? *****$ %*& '??$
At E. 8. tJwwofi -SrfkW* *ad t?" ?M*M la ttrtr
wpetUftlle. v-.,- *$ ^
rjVjrljlns^s^jUiUiR. rtotMi-ff, ?n ffnrfl^v v?rtrt** ?
fi. B law Mjilnt.iret? Tf-p
Don* toil&tn calf** K,: R gfy.SCrS '&E&lb- ,
djv and ?JfW>T ywiwiMUi aav ?.**ded article ia.
ithejr Hue. Their *ock l*. Urge ami ,p?k&Miod' *
Pntr- ? ? --rJfc'-U-r&f .
? ??!.?*? have. ttHirUnies Jolofl, , ?f , >
Ami flowers to wither afttx nortS^wtare
breath"": '"
'iHit note is the time to hay clotBAfrof R.B/W(U CE
, A j*ov, 1300 Main stweK^r"
i ?v" r
i iNVE^ripxiiox.?Ai> seetae t<>be
| tlv? <mter of the day. w? *dv1,.e oa* of owr eomsm
to*1*?*lT.it * tk>y*s?W??lwwTt
tsthstlhe? ?*? ?41 clothing a! ?ttd? rJteMdMr
low prkes. ? , .
AH the school twofcs ttjerf lu ow prl?ale schools
furejte by J. XrEJUUrsox. 1U2 Main street, three
dwrs ubore DUpatch office.
ALLEY'S 16 silk hat is something really food. C*R
and ?.*cfor yynfsclf. :
Delaware GRAVE*.?If Jvn wtolv* *na aiKde,.
'P>gt(tltfQi fruw I'izzixT'#' ? ?'?'? 4
A larjr* and select lot of hov^'bak, saltrftefcr ill
? age* and cLtsscw. ___!_ 1 '
' Hats are so cheap at AIX"?*'? that e> erv wan and
boy Csn afford to g?t a B<!w W4 ' - !> ' '? ' ? ?
- ' ' ' * 1 ' " i ??,'? I
jty.nown has tile very tip of the
'&**? * ?r~
TUK yuiOLVAL trOt'THEHN KSUKAVINO AXB
ClfltOMO- 1.1THOCH A.FI1ING ESTABLMHKRTT.?Tl?
lithographing estalrflshinent of CUAHLXS 1j
wic, No. loot Mainstreet, to the pioneer of ita.Hao
iu the South, ba\lug been cstabibvbedlal*5L During
a <?>-*1od of twenty-one years Mr.
bfaSelf an expert and ex]>erlcnccd lithographer,
has served Ms many patrons lu this eomrnauKy #*d
throughout the entire bonth with entire taUsflft
tion, and he Is now prepared better than ever to do
all kinds of work pertaining to lithography. In
deed, Mr. LvnWio yields to no establishment Intho
country Ms claims. Hh work Is artistic acd
thorough. Wa prills ore reasonable, and a stewn
lithographic pre*w, which may be seen
operation, adds greatly to hto facflftles for tne
prompt execution of corrtwcfu. With a chnracfcr
above ?i'pr<}2iCh, and with such Improvements, tefc
biued with rf Spirit of enterprise, such a nwi may
well d?'fy comiytft** from novice* In Mw bnslneM.
Oo to Ai.len's, 1310 Stain street, and see the tatest
svn^atlon In the city, : ? ?-*t
. ? . ? r .?
All kinds of fresh fruits, nuch as pears, petcnfi,
applet, and grapes, mar be found at Vlt7,rs\ fe.
SIABTKK I lfTELLI?BK^. ^
MlNlAf I'KK AI.MA NAC. SKPlKSTBItn V.
Mm rlfiPfi 1 Moot) ri*f '....? J>W
tZ ST.::..:....:.. saaiHighUdr. i**
POKT <?K B1CHM'?M>. SWTKMBER 27, W.
AWRtvr.n.
Schooner Milton, Palmer, Georgetown. D. C.,
coal. J?. ?1. Hawes. >
SA1LK1>.
HN?jmer Wyanoke, Cfneh. NewJT^k. mcrchan
*ss?w^w||SS? ^
"SSSSSTTC. B^'.r5?^?ork via
Chii-tiihomttiv river, railroad tlw. ^"rtl'il'.rk^T.
Scluwncr Koratio Nlchold, Jnipty. hew Vorkc< .
"s'K'cr Wmil B^ &&'? Woolfari ? ?.
Lion, James; Virginia, Drydeu, and ^. {? Nelson,
Uo<e, down river light.
memoranda.
1URK RUOTHEKH?W'luOiUK FchoOUITi Bj v.
Snurkft at VlnevoTil Haven rrom Hatteras irronnd.
reitort??ITth Instant, hpoke l^irk Brotber^^of and
from Norfolk for lloston^lnce wn^<J),J^rtraw.
l?-ikT and pump? out of order: had tlirowji
hoard deckload of Uuibcr; wne uiaUng ifforts.to
ball her ont and make port. . ,
wmc? to MAntNRH?.
Vntiee has be?'U rec'lved from the Government of
Hie lhiml'do" of Canada that u Hgbttiou e has been
SScfJd of Chebm to Head, at the west side of the
^?ance to Unim.* bailor, ill tl^- province of
Nova Serbia. In lathn'le M ??<' ai north, longitttile
avtf^ revolving ^ld!e llglit. showing a
flih el en' minute, and nuking H nvoluttoi e> 6ry
1 ^elichUs -lcvated 132 f-.ot after? the lerd'of
bl^ vaS Jid lu . le.tr ?father shculd be ?e*
from a distance of 13 mile*. i .iMiiiri*! fr<*i
The tower is n nniaro wooden bunding, reet
from b?Mr to too of lantern dwk, and t?ilnte<i whftc.
The lllumlnallffg apparatu-t* eatoptHc
nJinc?n I Ttwf ami B?'tl Rnck?a little south ot Olve
bucto Ue>-.d. 'llsc light?rst eltowu Auguet.Jl,
117?.
l)i:P4BTI'r?F/4 of
F^OH NKW VoKK.-Tlw OM4s&pm>
Dominion b<? .in>.-liip t umpKn*'* -'-?
caul sld*.-wheel ftotinfthtp INAAC BELL7 CVptaln
Blakkhas. will rail SUNDAY, ?epte??t*r joili,
at l o'clock P. 51. F/eiglU rvriv#d until Saturday
nigh*. ?
Tliroti|tli I>HIh or lading sigu^d. and gooda for
warded with dispatch to all point* north. wnttb.easf,
and wot. 01 ote connections made with Cnnard
Lint ior foreign porn. Pjuntmgfr accommodation*
iUMurp<MH"f. Karc. $13: mwragc. $5: rotmd-Vrlp
to
m y-it . . N". 3 Ooveraoriamg.
F/k PH I L A UKL
The steamer ALLIANCE, Captain
I'LATT, will reeeive trelrht for th? above uorfilll
SATURDAY the wtfi instaotatfto'efeefc ?
Frfiglittukro fcr nil part* of IVwwvlvonla, New
??wy.and Delaware. aNofor Norfolfc, Ikw^m. and
Now Orleans, at low ratea. Pajoage to i'lilbtfrj.
Tlila. including meals and rtstcrwm, *f?.
W. F. POKTEK. Agent
Be 25-11 y<'. i?!;1} Dork mreot.
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT/
X COMPANY'S ^
TRI WEEKLY LINE
BALTIMORE AND aRVwNTK SOUTH AND
WEST, L\ CONNECTION WflU ^A^Tl
MORE AND OIIIO AND NOR'/H
ERN CENTRAL RAILROADti.
TV "fcraniere of thin Kite lean* their wksrf at
Rex-kef/* CVrr MONDAY and \VEpNKf<DAY at
* o'clock I'. A.t and on SATURDAY At 3 o'clock
P. M.
Freight rcwDed rv?ry day tip?o 9w'ciock P.M.
; Saturdays nutll H o'clock p. M?
For freight or passage, apply to "l
_*eW WILLIAk 1'. BKJETT. Afenj.
QTKAMKR PALISADE WILLjft^cnLj
O bv up is Norfolk for a tdtort tlm- nrAiBSrfr ?
ittd notice will M tjivio When sh? will teiuuie Iter
trlj*?. tc *
OlTICK OK POWHATA!-' bTKAlfTKUT VOHVtfj**
l-eptenioer Jut, Wli, J
1UNSIONEE55 OF FREmnTStiGBfcJ
I-/ by this liue are licrehr mitltled tharlS?K38siL?
on mid after this date au freight arrivli?K by U*rlr
f?a'n''i>. unlets moved wtthftt twelve bonm after
arrival. win stored at their rink ami *%pt?w?. >
bteu mere arrJ te MONDA Y S, Til L' RhDA Ytf. aod
SATUKDA Y9 ?t 9 o doafc Al? M ?
?e n WiLLIAjn P.BRfcTT, Arn*^
1MWTS. SHOCK. AC.
Hulhilty) _
All kinds of w? rk made lo w<f*t of flte hcet u?#u-rial
and in 11m.' moot wuriinanllke mtcnutr. A St tiuar
antced.
RKPAIHINf} of all kinds done at the xiiorUM no
tice, la-the neatest inMin^r, and oh tfce MXtl wn>0n
nH'* term*. - w H?yir
OLD bliOI'. S.?Ju?( ft>
celvrd. a snpply or ti?c celcl?rut,.il?
OLD<iK*T?? COS&klSG HAITKK5 ?T
<(ualiiy, Al;0. a mvtf) of ^ ./'*
yonng gents. Itt<*rn</1t<g the WHOdhn At
GAlTEIl-~o Uantl/til artieM.. UJt at MQSMata
Sl?U Wlff lV
BKjOT ASI> SHOK MANTFAC-jaj'
TOKY The wlwcrltier mtpectfaily
nounceo to hi* frlccda that. lwvliui re??m^lWL w
tl?e (uanafaciurc of L ADIKS' awl GLNTLKMi^S^
BOOTS. HIKHSS. and O AITEHW. hope* bf etitct at -
tealion to bostoew to ?ceiv? a cv&tbwaw ? ig?^
llc faror ?o liberally ?**ioved herKofore, pMpi?
bliu^Hf to All all ortWrs pruotptiy. ?*<t itaitK,ia*
work roaranU^d. A cfclFsoflnjiK Ifncan wsfown^
at No. ? Twelfth street. <? r??r of Ua? 0MA
office. DAVID S, M KlliUT
se ??-eod??t ? * "":
-5SET
t?i
In order to make room for w WI d"flk <d
IHH/TS AND jWBVEt* ^ ,
we shall rroiu this <!ay offer oar tan-e iMkd
TKCNRb, VAL1SKK AND LAD 11-3' l?AT tli??LS
AT HKDCCKD MiHW.
LAD!K8*. rHfl.DU*N>. UKNT-*.
?OY?', AND YOfTHV BOOl'b AND
- SHOW /o# r
SUM?KR WEAK,
for ?ale low.
JOHN H. BOW-HEN * M?N
Ms8uAifi?i?w??i (X*ln? l?
il'MtiK. stum, and Tr??k?.
*utl ^aud dil Brae<i?M"'t.
SIA'KS AT iitHUC-KD PIUCE.%
s?TAmxm
Cm iEROl-S ItESTAURA^T Ikw
* brea nK?efled8i the oW Maud o?
SON.
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