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TUESDAY..... ? ;3*0YRMBEft 5,1872.
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What they Think ?f Iflm.
No roan ran hold office under Grant and
maintain self-respceL-~F<?w'.y.
He \* not (It to govern tlx? oocutry.?Stan*
ion's Dying Words.
There ore sixteen weighty reasons why
Grant should never tie President.?Coif ax.
He has no more soul than n dog.-?Ben.
Ikstler.
He Is not controlled by constitutional law,
hut by political ring*.?Trumbull.
His San Domingo business stamps him n
conspirator.?Governor Palmer.
IJe is making money out of his position,
and tint's all hecares about It.Srvator (Jar
prater.
lie is a man without sufficient knowledge
to preside over a caucus.'?Logan.
*He is the great National Uog.?JFisk.
The President drinks too much.?Henry
Wilson.
NoToaiors Women Come to Gbiep.?The
arrest of Victoria C. Woodhull and Tennie
C. Chiilin In New York on Saturday was
upon three warrant*?one for an infamous
libel upon Henry Ward Bencher and Theo
dore Tilton's family, one for a libel upon a
broker named Cbailis, and a third for send
?M
orvtux luuim vuoii^i
iug through the mail an obscene publication
(Woodhull <fr Olefin's Weekly). They were
committed to the Ludlow-Street jail in default
~ * *?- -t ^,.1.
WUIIUIHCU vv tuv v .
ofSS,000 ball each. Subsequently their estalx
lisbment was seized, and Colonel James
Biood, editor, and William A. Smith, pub
lisher, arrested and locked up.
The Baltimore American says:
ftIt is to Ik? hoped that the women will
reeeivo such exemplary punishment as will
stop their slanderous pens from forging end
their presses from printing such outrageous
lies concerning Mr. Beech er, which has been
the means of placing them in the hands of
the law. It has been the talk of New York
for the past week. It professed to have re
ceived the proofs of Mr. Bceober's sin from
tbo Hps of Mr. Tilton, and, worse still, these?
debauched women, who published the libel,
rejoiced that their doctrine of'free love'
had received such a practical exemplification.
Tbcy praised the parties whom they alleged
to have been guilty, and argued with Mr.
Tihon that it was only putting into practice
ideas which lie had held in common with
them. Of course nobody believes the story.
Neither Mr. Brother nor Mr. Tilton have
uttered a word concerning it, preferring to
leave their vindication fo other hand"."
A Naerow Escape.?Bishop Persico, who
was on the steamer Virgo, bound from New
York to Savannah, on her ln?t trip made a
most remarkable escape during the preva
lence of a storm. lie had left the supper
table just before the vessel was struck by a
heavy wave, and endeavored to pass along the
deck to the state-room cabin. He had not pro
ceeded far before he was jarred off his feet,
slipped nnd fell headlong and prostrate
directly through the rilling, his bead, shoul
ders, nnd a portion of his chest hanging
ov.er the vessel's side. With a .spasmodic
eQbrthe threw his arm around a post, but
had uo power to help himself up. There
he hung, shouting for succor, his strength
failing and liL-i eyes staling down Into what
seemed must inevitably be hi" watery grave.
Seconds then appeared to lHm like hours,
and another moment would have exhausted
his strength, but his cries were heard, and
the venerable prelate was res?iied. His escape
was truly marvellous.?Charleston Courier,
October 29.
A Scffebep. by CEt.KBKirv.~Thc Gazette
(Je Port's publishes a curious extract from uu
album of the year 1842, which, if veritable,
shows how strangely M. Victor Hugo ha"
>?een made to suffer for his celebrity. The
note, in the album is supposed to hi* In the
handwriting of Hugo himself,as Its contents
point to that personage as its author. The
following is a translation of this complaining
document: "List of persons of p.li condi
tions who have done mo the honor to use my
name.
" 1st. M. Valere Hugot, employed in a com
mercial firm, does not sign his prenomen
Valere in full, no crowns it with n V iu
such u way that the signature of this Mon
sieur, in case the ?? t" is indistinctly written
or disappears in the flourishes of t he signa
ture, reads " V. Hugo''; this measure cost
me one day l.oOO francs.
** 2d. M'Jle Josephine Hugo, daughter of a
worthy porter of tho Hue Cbunolnesse,
thought proper to play iu conjedy under the
name of Victorlue Hugo. She drew crowds
and achieved a great success at the St. Au
toine Theatre; she was thought by the pub
lic to be a sister of mine whom I had left to
poverty.
"8d. M. Adolphe Hugo, a musician who
plays upon the flute, announced himself on
posters as A. Hugo. He is taken for my
brother Abel.
"4th. M, Felix Hugo, a tailor, signs him
self In the circular which he distributes
'Felix Hugo.' He is probably thought io
?be ray cousin.
" Oth. M. Hugot, an inn-keeper at the
comer of the bridge of Neuilly, leaves out
tho41 '? on his sign-board, aud'eaiis himself j
? . simply Hugo,
" ?v-*- " 0th; An actor whom I met at Amiens,
^fWlifcuiore hardihood, falls himself'Victor
Hugo.? He uppears in the utility business.
' * j th. , A gamin of Paris, a match-vender,
5*fcad himself condemned, the other day, for
..YO?rtuiey under the name of'Victor Hugo.'
An embarraa des Hugos, truly !
The Tope thinks he will live until 1875.
Nellie Grant is not permitted to dance the
German.
A sister of Mrs. Hyacinthe iives in "Wa
bash, Minn.
Tight-fitting, sleeveless jackets of velvet
will be much worn over street costumes of
silk during November.
Sixty-five now colors in dress materials
have been introduced to the notice of the
feminiue world this full.
The ardor of tho New York Sun man has
cooled since a printer made him say "Away
with tlifl Bristle" instead of 41 Away with
the Bastlle." i
The Philadelphia "Mint has commenced the
melting of one-dollar gold pieces, to be con
verted -into pleceflxrf larger dcnomluation.
Twenty mtmoes of this description are to
be received.
? Cumberland, November 4.?Two
freight trains collided on the Huntington
and Broad Top railroad, killing Couduclor
Bovvzer and three other j>ersou$ and mor
tally wounding another.
. The London Daily News says that "Earl
Ruaselt is about to publish a volume of 4"Es
paya on the Kise and Progress of the C'Krls
, Religion in the West of Europe from
Igo of Tiberius to the End of the
jt^of Trent."
$r.d worse! TTe recorded the
dffcer da'j^Rnit'the Herald cabled the hora?
disease the 11 Eipporhinorrbai." That.was
bad enough, ?ut now h erae^Stea. Thetourrier
dea ElalsUnis and say? IP&^TCpUaroigor
V rbippodemIc.,> After tb!^, wliat t
: s-\ A Philadelphia reporter, wishing to make
*i?i Mb account of the appearance of tiio horso
S^".: .ail iu that city graphic wrote that a certain
rigabJeproprietor "saw one of his horses
$?Ve unmistakable evidence ttuit he had an
Attack of the fell destroyer."
. \ The Jewish Chronicle says: "A society of
^ atheists has been formed at Veuiee.HftgThey
?jreeentiy scot an address of congratulat^n to*
~ " King Victor Emmanuel on the escape of his
n and daughter-in-law from assassination.
4dly enough, forgetting they were atho
^ts, they 1 thanked Divine Providence forth*.
Iraculous escape/&c."
A London paper, sj>eaklng of the undei^
uud railroads of that city, says :
KBsaat hurry at the subtermneaihgtatiaajL
tfcr nerve-shaking slamming of every ear*
' Tiagfr-door, the hideous yells of the engine*;*
the- difficulty of difltioguishlng one I rain
from another, or of getting a coherent an-'
a qnestlon from tiie ft-vei-ed and ill
officials, with Iheoppresslveatwios
d aptoe-cocvntetog way of putting
nfaft render tte iindeflgrouud lines
hie a# they are twfffct" * -
A3
j ;-? c7;..?_ P? jl -x+. ? ?
vl- *
Stcusff ruiinae. nwwot nvuuiai hiuv?i>u<??
and (Muuenjp nt, D. H. Rogers,agent
Schooner Caroline Klenttc, Sccdama, New York,
railroad iron. Richmond and Danville railroad.
Schooner E. JkO. Ileoton, Budd, New York, rail
road iron, Chesapeake, aud Ohio railroad.
Schooner Morning Light, Bdweo, Philadelphia,
coal, J. B. Watktu*.
Schooner B. O. Eley, McHenry, Philadelphia,
coal, C.H. Page.
Schooner J. JL Ford. Gallagher, Havre dc Grace,
coal, E. 11. Bcutlcy.
fcchooucr Alexander Maasoy, Donnelly, Havre de
Grace, coal, Talbott & Son.
Schooucr Ann Twlhell, Mullen, Havre rfe Grace,
pig-iron, Old Dominion Nail Works.
Schooner Flight. Stone. Havre de Grace, coal. S.
H. Ham
Schooner Oliver Jameson, Windsor, phtsier, Sta
ple* & lilnlr.
Schooner A. M. Lee, Dukes, Phlkidelphla. coal.;
W. P. Cox 1 Co.
Schooner Virginia. Drydon, Philadelphia, plg
lron, Old Dominion Nail Works.
Schooner Maggie Vane, Dneasen, Philadelphia,
cool, K. B. Beniioy.
Schooner Jonn P. McDorvlft, Lynch, Phlladel-1
phla, coal, W. Roberts.
SAILED.
8tcainer John Sylvester, Glfford, Norfolk, iner
ChanuGo and pasaengera, L. B. Tatuin, agent.
Schooner Brave, Bradley, Baltimore, rin York
river, lumber, Curtis & Parker.
Schooners Walter Palmer, ('ale. and Armenia,
Cale down the river to load wood for Ne w York.
BKLOW, BOCND PP.
Schooners Lizzie Florence. Llpplncotr, Ft. Vando
vcr, Andrew Stewart, utid others.
CLEARED FOR THIS TOliT.
B YLTtMOKE. Novctuber 4?Brig Nautilus 1?%*. G.!.
Davids.
MEMORANDA.
Burk Dr. C. Titpper, Chambers, from City Point,
at Norfolk 1st Instant.
DISASTERS.
Schooner Annie Borland, Voorhlcs. from James
river for Sew York, with wood, went asimre about
I three miles south of FeuwUk'a Island on Monday,
[ and will bo a total loss. Crew"saved.
Ittclnnond, City
SteamdiIn Wyanokc,* Gfaftch, Jttclunond, City
l'olnt, Norfolk. /.* hours, waaytRcrebnudlsc and pes
scngera to the Old I>om!fiRftf Steamship Coinpanv.
October ?0,420 P. M., off" Hog Island, fell In with
steamship Albemarle, from Norfolk for New York,
with losa ol'rudder; took her In tow,ami afterwards
experienced a heavy northeast gale, with a high se t;
pulled out ber b:tw. bowsprit, and..foremast, and I
parted her hawserseveral times; liad great Uitlioultv '
lu getting her toport; l.wt twenty-four hours lad
strong westerly winds with a smooth sea.
Schooner Georgia Staples, Lord, from Richmond
for Washington, I>. which recently put Into Nor
folk in distress, has taken a Meant pump on Ixuird
by recommendation of n board of survey, and wlil
be towed to her port of destination by steamer B. ?
J. Baker.
[By Telegraph.J
Fortress Monroe, November i Passed in, brig
F. II. 'io<'d, from New York for KIchmomL
New York. November,:?Arrived out. stCRtners
Baltic. City of New York, Wyoming, and Silesia.
AMl'NEMMTH.
piCHMOND THEATRE.
UNEQUALLED SUCCESS
of the talented artiste
M.-cs KATK FlSUV.it
and her celebrated HOltsK. WONDER.
Tce-dav Evening.
.mazeppa.
The perform .aire to conclude with the farce of
YOUK LIFE'S IN DANGER.
Fisher Matinee Saturday at 2 o'clock.
Admission, 25 rents to all parts of the house.
Seats secured at AATBOLD'S MUSICAL EXCHANGE,
No. 020 Malu street. no5-lt*
"VIRGINIA IIALL.
POSITIVELY TWO NTGFTT3 ONLY,
TUESDAY und WEDNESDAY, Nov. 5ih and t>tb.
CHIRIKI GRAND COMB)NATION.
consisting of
WIRE-WALK PNG,
<1UGGLEUY.
MESMERISM, and
VENTRILOQUISM. I
Elegant and cosily presents to all purchasers of
tickets.. Two leaning presents?osiccnokh g-a:ovc.
one barrel of flour?beside o* ln*r useful presents.
Admission only 25 c. Childrc.:, 15c. Doors open at
7; to comiuenee "at m. no 5-lt*
MOTELS AX1> F,OAimL\iI.IIOl'm
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE mav ob
i V tain GOOD FAMILY BOARD, with delight
ful accommodations, In the pleasantest part of the
uitv. within live minutes' walk of the j.ost-r.tlire.
Recommendations required. Address G? 1001 Slain
street. no 2-3t
A
WERK'AN HOTEL,
CORNER TWELFTH AND M UN STREETS.
RICHMOND. VA.
Tills house is now open for the reception of the
public. Centrally located In the heart of the city, on
the main street, in close proximity to the Capitol,
Post-office, Custom-house, hanks, principal litiMne*?
houses, ehurche?, and all places of atnu.-etncnt. It
presents advantages possessed by few hotels.
To my friends ttod the travelling public generally
I offer every Inducement that a long experience and
a constant desire hi promote the pleasure and com
fort of my patrons will warrant.
The tallies will at uli times tie supplied with the
best that tills und other markets afford:
Attached totlie HOTEL Da first-class RESTAU
RANT, wiilch will be under the Immediate control
of the proprietor of the hotel.
Pledging my undivided efforts to please, I re-]
sportfully solicit the patronage of my friends aud
the public generally. J. M. SUItLETT,
ne ?-lm Late Proprietor of Spotswood Hotel.
/ 10OI? NEWS! GOOD NEWS !
VJf GOOD NEWS?|
TO ALL TEA-DRINKKltS,
AT NO. 703 MAIN STREET,
opening of
RICHMOND BRANCH
of
THE GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY.
Our agent. W. JB. tiOOLltlCK, E?q? who D u ua- ,
live of Virginia, and engaged In our business for
some Lime, Iras sole charge of our " Branch store,"
and will please Hie most fastidious tastes of the tea- |
drinking community.
FKINf'fI'AL WAItRnOrPE,
29 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE,
MARYLAND.
We beg leave to Inform our friends and the public
generally of the ope lug of our4* Branch store" at
<03 Main street. Richmond, Va., for the puri>o.>e<pf
supplying the public with our most choice TEATS. |
Qualities aud prices never before known In this
market .
Goods sent to any address on receipt of po9t-offlce
order. ??c2-3in
"PACKING, CURING, AND SMOKING
X ESTABLISHMENT
AND STEAM SAUSAGE M AN IT ACTOR T.
V. HECJ1LER, Jn., & BROTHERS.
NoS. IS AND 20 FinSTTVlAKKET, RICHMOND, Va.
As the Sausage season Is about to commpr.ce we
beg leave to call the atloullon of the public to tl?e
fact that we are better prepared titan ever to till any
orders iu our line; anu as everyiblag is under in'e
specialsupervision of one of the firm, we can oonii
deutly recommend our provisions as of the best
quality, and challenge competition.
Wc pav particular aUeutloii to tho manufacture
of H AUdAU E for the Virginia and southern mar
kets. In respone to many calls we are now prepared
to till orders for all kinds of Sausage, l'uduingn.
Bacon, Lard, &c.
Send for price-list.
or li-na V. HKcniTR, Jr., A BROTHERS.
"yiRGINIA AGRICULTURAL AND
MECHANICAL COLLEGE.
The Board of Visitor* of this Institution wUl meet
iu Richmond on the 7th of -January, l>73, for the
purpose of Ulllng the chair of TECHNICAL AG KI
OULTUltE and MECHANIC:), to which NATU
RAL HISTORY lias iK'en attached temporarily.
Applications are Invited from all quarters.
At the same meeting the Board will appoint a
PA KM M A XAQqK or FOR KM AN. Applicants for
this position will please state the terms on which
l they wiU be v.iiUu&to serve,
' . . VTUKVEy BLACK, Rector,
^ Blacksburg, Montgomery county, Va.
ihi 27-2amt)al
X. M. LEE. ? jr. JAMES V?. I EE.
XT M. LETC-& CO.,
? COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
HAY, STRAW, GRAIN. FLOUR,
MlLt-EEEH.Acv,
MWRBT.FTn AND CABY STRyKT^, RICHMOND, Va.
Liberal advance! made on consignments.
oc ifi-im
t^RTABLTSHED, 1860.-L. LTNNE
JU MAlvTS STEAM DYKING AKDBCOI'KINO
ESTABLISHMENTS, 420 Broad and 724 Main
street. Ladles1 Dresses, Shawls. Cloaks, nnd *acks,
and also Gentlcsneu'e Garments, cleaned, dyed in
any color, or scoured In the host maimer, Fuitlcu
lur attention paid to^fld Gloves. A irreat selection
ot Fwacy Goods and Toys at my store No, 4C0
Broad street. \ f
V . L. MXNEMANX. 1
D1SPAT e^S ?RINTIXG-HOUSE
tL IS JTICPaJ^ TO
AT MODERATE
i\ ...
^dCTVDS.q&JOB SMfcTIXG,
' .^'handbills.
\
^J*fIBCULAR8,
CARDS, i , V.
SHERIFFS' and CLERK^ ST.AN'ESX
^LWhUEANCE COMPANY** BL&nujjfcg
RAILROAD BLANKS. Ita. ' & %
., BEAL estate agent.
BANK PRINTING;
tfbd such other work ?4 Is usual
completely egntpped and
Ustoeut.
Vt*rr<'w-!
mwo FRAMED HOUSES AND FOUR
A VACANT LOTS ADJOINING, SITU
ON THE CORNER OF M AND THIRTY-] ?
STREETS, AT AU<mOJ?Z.Wfll br aold at nnbtle
auction. op the premises, ??n TUESDAY the sUiuny
of November. 1571', At4o'clock P.M , two FRAMED
TENEMENTS located aa above described, contalu
I uk three or four rooms.
Also, several NEW LOTS adjoining;?a plat show
in* size, &c-, to be seen at the hoar of sale
The terms will lie very liberal. To turtles of lim
ited means this offers a good opportunity to secure
abotne. LYNj?& HROTHER,
no J Auctioneers.
WAYIS.
T\ranted, -to purchase
tV tion in shockoe hill h
A SEC
. . KURYING
GROUND. Anvone having as-vtlou for sale will
apply to ' , JOHN KKPPLER.
no 5-2t* comer First and Ki dcral at recta.
WANTED, TO SELL HOUSE CORNER
Twenty-eighth and It '.treci*. containing four
rooms: kitchen; well In yard; porch In front and
r??ar,at f is/toper month. _
Also. TWO HOUtfES In Manchester, on Perry
streor. at &16.5J per month.
A SMALL MARKET FARM wltliln three miles
of the cl'v.-rt $10 ner inonlh; new Imlldlngfl.
Apply ?t 1400 Main street. no S-Iw
ANTED, TO RENT A HOUSE with
five or six rooms. In a ple.isnit neighborhood.
Address W. J. L., 410 Hancock street, Richmond.
[ no S-yt*
TUTANTED, a GOOD TINNER. Job
tV hand. Apply to AUG. AKSKLL. Jit.,
no f,-3t
WANTED, a YOUNG GIRL of from
thirteen to sixteen yo.srs of age to I
travel v.lth a gentleman and lady In the country.
Must be of respectable parents ami of a quiet, good
disposition. Good salary given to a suitable person.
Apply for three days only a* 1000 Main street (up
stairs,!, orer Simons & Co.Vr'ilndcry. no5-."t# I
"WANTED. EIGHT HUNDRED HANDS.
I ? The KUberiber having c??nti aetod to construct
thirty (3c> miles of the extension of the Mississippi
[ Central railroad, coiumbnclug at Mil in, a tuwa on
the Louisville and Memphis railroad it. Gibson
county, Teuti., he will employ EiGHT IIU-NDRKD
HANDS until next July, and will j>ay jl.5u.pu- day
all the lltae. The climate Ddelightful; Vtiy Utile
frost or snow, and no chills and fever; a good coun
try to work In daring the fall, winter. uitJ opting.
He will also employ a number oi' TURKMEN.
Those who can employ and bring i'reu. tlie?u to
twenty hands with them preferred.
Apply In Richmond to Willi\tx G. II.U.VEY oi
to J. V. JfiSTLS Labor Agent.
UfLfctiT sub-let wurk In laree or small qui mi ties
V>* ROBERT HAKVKY. Couiracior,
no Mw' Richmond, \ a.
wanted.
T T EIGHT OR TEN WHITE MEN
to work for Baltimore Bridge Coiupauy on Cl,c.a
pcake and Oiilo railroad. Wages. *?'. per day. Apply
atonce to J. 1*. JU?TIS. Labor Agent,
nr?2 No.9 Fifteenth eurcu.
WANTED, ti PARTNER with ?d00~oi
ijiooo capital. In a profitable business, which
! requires additional capital. Apply at No. li south
Fourteenth str et. up sttlrs. no 2-1.1 ?
WANTED, Q frood COOK and HOUSE
SERVANT (white preferred) for a small
family. Those tnnt arc well recommended will
hear cf a good situation by applying at No- 1.1
Valentine House, corner of Ninth ar.d Capitol
streets. no l-i w
WANTED, A MALE TEACHER to
take charge of u graded school In the coun
try?a man of experience preferred. Good testimo
nial* required. Address W. E. si Ms. Pitfsylvanl :
Courthouse, Vn., Itcforc November lo, 1*7:.'. Appli
cants will state nge, number of years' experience,
whether married or single, when; educated, and
amount of salary expected. oc3i-lw
WANTED, all the city nnri country mer
chants and overvbodv el to to know that they
cast buy SHOW-CASKS of JOHN ]>? >ES, 713 Main
street. A full line on baud. ocB-oodlin
~nn nnn n a 1 l-k e g p 0 l k s
UuUfV/Uo WANTED at uif cooper shop.
Eleventh and liyrd streets. .
oe 2-eodlui* JOHN WHITWORTJL
FOR KF\T,
(
Wl'AGE FARM OF"TWENTY-FIVE
v7 ACRE-hON TITK meadowbuidgk ro\n
HALF-MILE NORTHEAST of RICHMOND.
FOR RENT OR SAL K.?The above FA I'M, fm
moilv occpiod liv flic lute Albert A. Morrlss. Is for
s do nu aoo.ni modal ing term-, or !o a careful tPiiani
will (x: rented reasonably. It ha? en il a comforta
ble dwelling, The place Is well watered, and Is in a
desirable neighborhood. Apply at once lo
\V. GODDIN,
110 *<-2t Real fc-L'iio Auctioneer.
pOME TO THE COr.NTiiV.-Tlierc^
\J Is an excellent DWELLING-HOUSE, wltli^iiil
garoen and orchard attached, at .lctcr?vii!e.for real.
Also, on the -ymie lot. a most or liable STORE
HOUSE. The dwelling and store wili be rented to
the same or different persons. us may l.e desired.
Address Mrs. M. ATWOOD, Jelersvllle, on Ri- h
mond and Danville railroad. Amelia county, Va.
no 5-Tu5t#
FOR KENT, a FINE R< }OM on the4fjf?
ternnd fl'-er. with two eloseiS atlaehed.iiA.
.1. Efrnnn U'-^r. wun ? yr-\ J vtt
Appivnn the premises, No. 711 Grace su^et, tldn:
(twr helo w Seventh, south side. no a-tt*
"COR RENT, FOR THE YEAR 1S7.1, the
JL1 FARM ealled ki Ravens wood." on the pie-.
rhuiite-ville turnpike about three miles from RicierI
li-ond. '1 l.e farm contains 15p pens ot fine land.
'Ihr io la h comfortable dwelling and all necessary
farm buildings. The land Is admirably suited for
'r,WILLIAMS,
uol-tt ? Auctioneers.
F)R RENT, my former RESIDENCE,#*
on Franklin street, containing ten rooms
btlck kitchen with four rooms; bath-room, water
and gas on tlie premises; brick stable and cnrrlage
lmusc, and all necessary out-bullding?. The whole
premises arc In excellent order. To be bad Imme
diately. E. A. J. GLOPTON,
Eleventh 6trect between Main and Rank,
no 2-31
For rent, several elegant^
OFFICES. suitable for lawyers, sltnatediix
.Uovo tlM1 National Bmk
oe 15-1 m Cashier National Rank of Virginia.
RrSIWESS CHANCES.
h'0R SALE, a No. 1 YOUNG
r POINTER DOG?well broke, undeii
;ood command, and not to be surpa.-ved by any foi
ila hunting qualities. Any person wishing topui
luise such a dog can try hlui iieforc purchasing
'or further particulars apply to
x- W. W. RO\TE,
S18 Main streot, between Laurel and Cherry,
no 2-3t?
^OR SALE.
A FIRST-CLASS BAR,
table for a restaurant. Term.-, liberal. Address,
ough post-office, S. R. P. oc 21-eodtft
LOST. STRAYED, itc.
Si Aft REWARD, ANI) NO QUES
? JLVJC/ TI< INS ASh ED, will l.e given for the rc
nrn of-jiGOLI) WATCH and CHAIN taken from
Room 73 Ballard House, October 2?>t!i. Gotdelialu"
te.ivy, close-twisted links. Watch medium size
Jack gold; white face; gold hand-, and steel se
onl-hutid. This reward will lie paid by Colonel
ikiiTlngtou on return of watch ami chain to blm at
he Exchange Hotel, and no questions will he asked.
Watch made by Leatlierlaud, Davis & Co-. L!ver
ged, No. M.9o5. no C-lot*
JpOUND, on Sunday night,
A LADY'S SACQUE:
which the owner can get by calling at ihls office and
paying charges. no S-lt
rOST, on Sunday afternoon, between
1 Grace and Second streets and Slonumental
church, a GOLD MEDALLION. On the face n
?'on federate flag 1? painted; on reverse side the
Initials "K.C. T., Sept. 1, G72."
A Ufcral rcwart.
will be paid for its delivery at thl* office, no 5-?t*
Found, a roll of money, tik
owner can obtain it by describing it and paying
for this advertisement. Apply at No. 70b wesi
Marshall street,
no C-8t* JOHN BLEXNEP,.
$1,000
REWARD-ROBBERY.
On Thursday. October 31st, ilic SOUTHERN
EXPRESS COMPANY'S OFFICE at Richmond
Va , was robbed during the temporary absence o;
the monev-clerk from his desk of C-3,221.07. ONE
THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
for the recovery of the money and eonvietion of
the thief, or FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
WARD for thereturnof.the money, or proportion
ately for any part of the same. ^ ^ ftmsnag
Assistant Superintendent boufpferu
Express Company.
Richmond, Va., November 2.1*72. do4-tit
LOBTrThursday night, on Vocable street
between Xvventy-third and tlio Mechanlcs\ Illfc
turnpike. a LONG HEACtf-HAlK BRAIIE A re
f 5 wmbe
ward of *5 wf&bc paid for lis return to WILLIAM
BKAUEK.f tall No,.?, Old, Market. no 4-2t?
/'^A^L^-fFO-MT-PRESffilESoii the evening
v.' of October 7t)th one LakwB.SOW". The owner
v.tll please ccftne forward, pro** property, pay
charges, nnd take her away. i<rS ? .-*
- JAMFSOGILVIE, j:-i
do 4-3t* No. jll Twcntloth ^
> EMOVAL AjND FOR RENT.?Intend-*
V ingln a few da^s fo moVe Jnto mv new Store,
street, the j
rent. Pos
* ILVEE WARE. ' "
SILVfira ePOONS and FOftKH, -
SILVEBgTTCA SETS,. -- . *? ; '
SILVER DINNER SETS, ^ ^
B1LVEB PITCHERS, BASKETS, ^
SILVER BUTTSR^OLEKS, &c., 4o, .
Msnufactured by SAMUEL KIRK & SON,
m we?t Baltimore street,
?y-: Baltimore, Md.
ALSO,
DiA?H^va._ ^
vmmmwuj
nT'lTliianiJl
H ( ^ , V- ; ? * ~ WAS?
" ?'? -
,AtwttoaaMfaftd K^aEwattJUwolJk
v "Etoventh street bctweoa Main and Bank.
/TOMMfSSIO&fiftS SALE OFTHE VAL
*0 SABLE FARM KNOWN AM MONTE55UMA.
ON* THE MKCIfANrChVILLE TURNPIKE TWO.
MiLEH EAST OF RICHMOND.
ScheriKerlJorn ) In the Circuit Court of fleu
rs. > rlco county.
Seherirertioru and a Is.) Decree entered May 27.197L
In execution of unto decree I will sell nt auction,
upon the premkefi. on MONDAY, 4th of Novem
ber. 1872. at 4 o'clock 1*. M., the dower portion of the
Schermerliorn estate, known a* MONTEZUMA,und
coutoinJngabont NINETY ACRES. About twenty
teres arc In woods, nnd the residue is arable pray
soli, well suited for gardening And genera! farming.
The Improvements consist of a inrgo framed dwell
ing with ten rooms, kitchen with four looms, barn,
There are a number of flue fruit trees, and the
dwelling Is situated In the handsomest grove of origi
nal oaks In nil this vicinity.
With the judicious outlay of a reasonable sum of
money Uils could be made an exceedingly attractive
and valuable property.
MpecLnl attention is Invited to the fact tlmt upon
thl? land there are inexhaustible beds, succor.fuilv
worked for manv years, of the finest potters' ciuy
known In Virginia.
Terns: Oue-fonrthcash; balance at six, twelve,
and eighteen months tor negotiable notes with in
terest added, and title retained by the court until the
notes nrc paid.
W U.T.IAM JOSIAII LF.AKF.,
Commissioner.
GBCBBS Jk Williams. Auctioneers.
The aiiovp sale Is POSTPONED until MONDAY.
11th dav of November, at 12 o'clock M., and will
take place at the office of GfttfBBfl & WILLIAMS.
WILLIAM >JOKI AH LKAKE.
no 5 Commissioner.
It FAS, ESTATE AT I RiVATE SALE.
" By Lyne & Brother,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agent*,
No. 1212 Mnln street.
For sale privately, several
SMALL HOUSES, situated on Church and
Union Hills In very desirable neighborhoods, rang
ing In price from ss5.nl to $l.70o, on verv liberal
terms. [no 2-3t I LYNE & BROTHER.
Elba park for sale privately.
Proposals are Invited for the nurclui-e of the
above-named beautiful and rapidly-improving pro
perty.
It fronts on the north side of Broad street nnd ax
leudj back ncros" Marshall street (n Hording, when It
LjOj eucd, two very handsome fronts) to Clay street,
uiakliig in ail four tine fronts of ab. nt 313 fe-ot each.
wiiU uiup e depth to each front, embracing the large
Sirlci. dwelling,.and with a large number of beautiful
shade- treoS.
No property of equal extent, nnd wlih sueh pro
u.Lc of rapid Improvement., 1* now offered for'salc
In this city. There b power to si
sell as a whole or by
naicela. For terms, Ac., apply to
UUUliiH & WILLIAMS,
agents for R. M. Dt.-kiiu.cu, Commissioner,
no 1-ot
Tmvo MAKKCT-KARM^WFTY AXD
I ttv'PV ACIlFN. WITHOUT IMPROVE
proximity ( " Ul',l(iow land, admirably
XSwIo'^I" 'rhcjoll b.ll well .nUnitwl to tilt'
?TtCTffiJSSSSi* ??? ??
term*.' Price. $25 an ??^TES & WARREN,
Real Estate A pruts, ,
no 23-Tn.Tl)XS-1t Eleventh and Rank sirco'.c. _
* " "" . IT 11
-tea IX ABLE FARM
V IN n^N-f'VEK^OUSTi^ON TjUI(jx
if., ^OH S ALE LHIn AT EE ? nf a twrt"
The ln?P,roJp^ 'it coven rooms Incln ilHJt
story t orlclc dwelMne .7'-,'stable. and Jul
tr.(* IKI riiiuui-**?"??? \
the u.Mial other '.'"" "'{f,,! r it Is well watered and
TltesLttwtlon si'oanltuti. i ' , nn or_
DKlDC.Ihon ggg^Vl'j JAMS Auctioneers.
00 2J|-2t:iv.*2w
F~~kw ?\ir_\ VALUABLE FARM,
OR mi I F S NORTH OV RICHMOND. ON
Vi'i'VKr AND OHIO RAILROAD.? ,
Till'-' ? I, ti,n KAltM known as 4* Bacon s
?> ?v .A-hnB? Crcnsliaw, Em
E-tat*.', V.'.V,,, L,i,i '?Hill ChlcUalwmlnv river.be
!2'i?n'tile SiaJowlirltVo road r.n l Brook turnpike.
t%\. n t'1? ni'StrlitioriiooiLs in Henrico county .
1 n one ot the 1 h st m ?}- ?> ? ??> nUXDKF.D AN!1
-r,'!,FiVF "mi A HA1.F ACHES. ?IK>ut
? ;> liws ,.,<1 .lily 01- open, I'lipnivo,I inwlojr
equal extent Int^vlcinl^ot l^monJ.
^ dn. "point oK farmers tiic?i ('.at advan
tage of tl.J hay crop In tke.P^eut
4" ,gchat,r?KhmM to
a nor of the country ana inc JVB'''V^ThipiK.d to
"ike. The Ldaljkmd ^ very lcr e. . ndproDUy.
?SfX'S uffItlSu"$/rk?i Ther,,
sufiicfent woodland aud the ordinary" tarin lin
'TvewmSow the farm to anyone wishing toptirfl
AiA .sk
Ite,l &.,..<? A?m?. Elevouthan.1 ffgjcgg^,.
POR SALE l'lUVATELV, HOUSES
b A N D LOTS and V AC A X1 LOIs |d andrn a
n? eltv; a Is-.. FARMS, largo and smtul, as well as
[lXF.lt A I. LANDS. Al?l>l}jt^ AppFRS0V>
oc 'il T?"f>1 Estate Airent and Anctloucor.
LANOS.?I have in my hands for sale
1 ,VN"I)S. In large, and small quantities, in
lmost evcrv section of the State. A number of
.^ ..rp ree Vlr-'-class estates, with splendid
n^ovcme.uf; and desirably located on navigable
Ivors or railroads. :0K(.E M r)UEWRY,
oe 22-lnt mil Main street.
17OK SALE,
h AMELIA IL'TEL. ?
rented at Amelia Courthouse. thirty-alx. miles front
tti-ti'iioud* on the Richmond and Danville railroad,
ont:'Inl?(?si 1 ly rooms. with three stmei and out
"I'kl'iFATtV attached of ONE HUNDRED AND 1
rkIjITY-'DVo VNi> ON E-HALF ACRES ; all of
vlilcli will be sold Cheap for cash, or pay ineui.- made
asy If desired. Address ^ R. oiLMORE,
oe D-im* Amelia Courthouse, Va.
10U SALE run A1 EIA .-M ehn^Mor
^ sa'e private! v seventl very dealrable BT SIX ESS
IANDs on Hull itr et. Prices ning1;.g rom
? 000 to 63.100. Also, several valuable \ At AX 1
t)TS on Hull street at 610 and umvards per^trout
>nt. We also have a number of prett, 1 1,1 > Alia
rsiirFxrs'K containing Irotu four t<? eight
imi H? dlffiSiut locallUeX Several FARMS lying
^ Manch^ter. containing from 40 to 2 ?o, .??n-n
ich.at prices ranging from 6<oa to ^l.sOO, wlib lin
rovemonta, cm lUKral t0?Dy ^ ROYAL!.,
Manchester, \a.
oe 1 /
By Robertson & Bronaugh,
R.al Estate Agents and Anotloneers,
Hull street opposite the court-house,
Manchester, Va.
OK SALE PRIVATELY, several very
deal ruble HOUSES in the mwn of M^tchtsttar,
S,a?KSu? J^n^or.
pose., and any number of BuILDlXO LOT? lu
nose., au'i
VH(SS Ifvcraf F?,RMSCl'n Chesterfield and adja-!
pH^seAcecHllnglv re^on?b^r & RRoy.\UGH.
I'KOFrSSlON*AL < AKI>3.
R' TUCK3E^' attorney at LAM*,
(TlAltLESTON. Y>*. Va., ?
11 cnntlnue to attciid to business in Huntington.
MtSfttS,?v?t.,.?tt ,n,.,U,Mconu,?trt?l>fc
al estate. ?-LA
r.
T AMBLER SMITH, xr
?| . ATTORNEY at law.
practices in r>:it>d> ntati.s i>lstric i
COURTS FOR THE 5- AS l I- R> AX D M L. T
ERN DISTRICTS OF MKftlNIA.
BANKUTTTc'Y PRAtTICF MADK A
SPECIALTY.
OFFlf'E, Nn. 5 Ma It pita r L IT all. rnr.Nnit Rt -R
and Tenth stukets,
RICHMOND, VA.
The amendment of the lion, .lolin T. I.e\>h,
L'ulled State.-; senator, lias beer udontci by t ongi-es.
The traiikrupt law now, as umeu?lea. exempts In
mo tier, $2,ock) In land or pei-sonat property .State
etemptlon of isco, and wife's dower. un ->o-3m
MILES. IIOBJipi. Ac.
ExrIlASGi^ar^ma.&2
horses and ^irr.Es.
rO FARalEKS. TEAMSTERS. AND ALL IX
W ANT OF GOOD stoc k
AT J.OW PRICES AND ACCOMMODATING
TERMS.
We would Invito the 111 to look at ouv assortment.
We keep constantly oa baud irora twenty-live to
thlrlv MULES and from twenty-five to thirty
HORSEfs.und are receiving directly troni the \\ ebt.
&e 27 TURNER a CO., DaWs old stand.
NEEDS.11EN, ?4>niST8, 4o.
r\LOVER.
V/' TIMOTHT- ? ^
4 ' ORCHARtLiRRASS, ?
KF.NTlICKJjHBLlJE GRASS,
LAWN GliAFS, , , .
HERDSGltAS)|iand every vaiiety of
FIELD GRAS^Snd
GARDEN SPTDS of Urn fl&stquality,
md offered at t^- LOWW^YLyREKT RATES.
TP.
ordors,
ADDISON.
>d and GffiTno Merfljmnts,
Rlchiai|ad. Va.
Good news For-^everybodt.?a
prime lot of "Raff's11 celebrated MIXCE
MEAT Jcst recclvod and offered at niauolactnrer a.
J. m BLAND ? CO,
m.rj ? few- ' ? -I h
lu*tr?& f
ING IMMEDIATELY on thkricujX<>kd.
FHEUKRK/TtfiBtfHG ASTD POTOMAC BAIL:
ROAD, IN THECOUNTYOF HKNMCO.8h.YKN
MILES FROM THE CITY- OF RIt'.H3fON1K--Oii
FRIDAY the *th day of November, 1872, we wilt
sell, 011 the premise*, at 12 o'clock W.. the following
very desirable FARMS, located as above deseritied,
lu the order advertised
Flryt FIFTY ACRES OF FINE LAND, a part of.
the tract recently owned by John E. Glazeoroffc,
Esq. This Cihct Jus been hltfbly Improved. The
buildings are good and ample; dwelling In good
repair, with six rooms; barn, stable, and the usual
out-bandingst superior water, good orchard, &c.
Second. FORTY-THREE ACRES adjoining the
above; no Improvements; land In flue heart; about
| one-half cleared, the balance lu woods; good grass
land.
Third. FORTY-THREE AND SEVEN
I EIGHTHS ACRES adjoining tract No. 2, for the
most part wooded.
! Fourth.TWENTY-NINE AND FIVE-EIGHTHS
ACRES adjoining the above?all heavily wooded.
FIWu A most desirable little FARM, containing
FIFTY-FOUR AND FIVE-EIGHTHS ACRES.
Immediately at the seven-mile post on the railroad,
with new COTTAGE RESIDENCE just completed,
containing four rooms, located about 230 yams from
the railroad and fronting the saute on an elevated
spot, adjoining the farm of the late Thomas Rondar.
The land Is of fine qtUi'lty. about fifteen acres of
which are In meadow, the remainder highland.
Twenty-dve bushels winter oaw have been seeded,
and arc vcrv promising.
Sixth. F i V E AC RE 3 , with good FRAMED
HOUSE with two rooms, and out-bulldlngs; nice
garden, well of excellent water, &e., ndjolulng the
land of .J. Thompson Brown. Esq., and formerly the
property of Miss Patsy Tyler.
All of these farms front directly on the railroad,
are in a healthy and good neighborhood, and for
truck and dairy farms a re very valuable. The trains
on the rallroit'l stop at all of these points, or very
close by.
T;;it>(S : At sale, and will be very liberal,
no 5 LEE &GOIlDIN, Auctioneers.
By Moody & Royall,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
corner Seventh and Hull streets, Manchester, Va.
jpOMMlSSIOXER'S.SALE OF VALfJA
vy RLE LAND IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
SITUATED IN MIDLOTHIAN TOWNSHIP?
By virtue of a decree of the County Court of Ches
terfield county entered at the June term, I-'72. In the
matter of John Maudcrs vs. Joel E. Taylor, the un
dersigned, Ispeclal commlsslouer, will sell at public
miction, In front of the court-house door of said
countv, on MONDAY the lllh of November, 1S72
(that being court-day), at 11 o'clock, A. M.,that valu
able TRACT OF LaND owned by the said Joel E.
Taylor, containing ONE HUNDRED AND TWO
AUR.i*9OF LAND, more or le.-s. two and a half
mll&s from Coalfield station, on the Richmond ami
Danville railroad, in thi coal l?isin. There Is a good
i the premises and all the
FRAME DWELLING on the pr
nstMl cat-buildings. One-hall In cnhlvatlou, the
balance In forest of oak and pine.
TETt>xsA*Fash as to so much as will he sufficient to
defray the eo?t of suit and expenses of'ale. the resi
due in three equal lnsfciluient.3 upon a credit of one,
tjpn.nnd three years, the purchaser giving Msboud
for deferred payments hearing six percent. Interest
from day of sale, the title lidng retained until the
whole nflrohase monev is paid.
$ " SOCRATES BROOKS.
- Special Comnils-toi.er.
& RovAM., Auctioneers. no S-bls
Z' By Leo & OoddLi. Auctioneers.
~' ? No. 1113 Main diwt.
^RU&VrE'* SALE OF VALUABLE
L- LOTS OX CONCORD STREET XKA R HA f.D
,'fi STREET. AND CLOSE TO THE SIMPS OF
lSiic 3 A PEAK E AND OHIO RAILROAD
"^OMPXNY By virtuffot a deed of tnrt cxccuh o
bv.7. lv? CodiUn an^rlwlfc. hearing date on iU day"
?d>Mavv"^it;i,to mo^crnstce.'iu.'y recorded in Hleh
fnond'Chancery Conrt clerk's office, to secure a c- r
ry
fain negotiable note therein described. I will proceed
tcsell, being required so'44 do by the bcueCriar\
under said deed, on SATURDAY, loth November,
l?72, on the premises at 4J o'clock'p. M., the real
"estate embraced In said deed?viz.:
?: All those certain LOTS or PIECES OF LAND
in thu cliv of Richmond, and designated as Nos.
237 and 2HS Hi the plan of the division of Richard
Adams's estate. Lot No. 233, beginning on the west
side of Concord street at a point 133 feet and seven
Inches south of Balding street, and running thence
southwardly and fronting on Concord street CJ feet
by jio feel deep on Its northern line, and about 2,7
B-et on Its son thorn line to Carrlngton's mill-race.
Lot No. 237 adjoins the uliove on the south, front
ing 42 feet oil Concord street, and extend. back
2s7 feet on In northern line and 273 on Rs southern
llue."
Terms: Enough In cash to defray expenses of
.-ale and executiugjhls trust and to discharge a ncgo
t ible note for *9?? at twelve months from djiie with
samo Interest; hakmeo upotf jUc'u cfeJIrk? the said
Godiiin may direct, or,4n the absence of.&uoh d'rec
lion. upon such terms asfhe triiktoemwfifirwl.
no 5 HERBERTA. CLAIROR.VE,Trustee.
By-Lee Uodttiu, Auctioneers,
1113 Main street.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF 'EIGHT AND"
TJUfEE-QI.'AKTKR ACRKf? OF VAM'A-i
I LE UAIiUKSriNU LAND IN TITE COFNTV
Oi? HENRICO, On lilE MKAl>d\YBIMbiiF
T11K FARM Of.^MIK f. VJ K
DK. DEAN E, FOlt SAFE AT AUCTION liv
\Ji '?l u ?f tn,<t i'xot.-un-d by Jamea E.
(Jin and wife, bearing dale lath May, tS71", thiiv of
record In tfce rlork s '?(Ret1 of HpuHi'O < vmtitv Go'iirt
M'-Vi u,s t.M,;stL'c '*nr certain purposes therein men
} . i proceed to sell, !>ciagj>? renal red tr, eh.
I'/., ? '^-ooflolury secured fn sal'i& ou no I> vY
15th November, t<72. <?;, the; pn-tulsus, at 4i o'clock
I . M.. toe real estate mentioned as follows r
{ur"! 'Ylngorid iK-lugintlicrmin
Henrico, on the- Meadow-bridge ma !, n short
(II tance lieyoml the northern J!i:e of Richmond
tI| "-'"J c-onflclmj
iiiin.K AM) ON r.-il A!?t A( !?KSt more or lo<;
OTI1M! Til UT OF LANlKfj
AB01T "?
TKitws: Enough In cash r<> defray expenses of
s:ilo uiiilrx* rating this trust uikJ to imv i.lt'a iif'irotia
b!u ii<i t.- inr ?'Sl.-.'&S at six months from date, with
samciu.erest; balance upon such terms as the-dd
GOd'lIu may direct { or, without such direction, as
tlie trurUs: may think proper.
HERBERT A. CLAIBORNE,
? _ Trustee
By Gruhbs & TV Hilar.) 9,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents.
Eleventh street between Main and Hank.
f A ROE SALE OF VERY VALUABLE
BUILDING l.OTS IN TfANOHEs'i FR OV
HULL AND DECATUR STL'f.ETs. Al AU<
0th Member, ?-.til
?A... ' ? ?*'" w,: WL1 sell upon t ie premises \'i VK
u iii' VALUABLE LOTS nu llm easftl.m ot |
liuli (or .Main) 6trvct. frfginnluir twrnty-Mix iWi
south ?.r Ludlow street ami exFeiidlng to \Va?
worth sn-eet, each 28 by 130 feet to an alley.
A Do, FIVE LOTS on wcv.t side of Decatur sir", t
at Its lurcriectlon with the south line of Ludlow
street, each 25 hy >i feet.
'1 his property is within two squares of the bridge
the mo.it 01 it on the main badness street of Man- 1
c.icster, t,oar to the mills, and valuable as sites lor I
business or manutdcturln* purp^ea, and foruweil
Ings, 60 much In demand for operatives at the mills
Terms : At sale.
no 2 0RUBB.3 & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
QHEIIIFF'S SALE.?By virtue of an order!
? , ?! ,'!* ^.incury Court of the eltv of Richmond I
dated October 2a, 1*72, In the ca-t- of Imlmden ?*. I
I- nA'-r- ?f!1,!.- J)r.,)-eed t0 sc" 0,1 t,I?' DAV OF
NOT EMBLtf. 1S<2. at It o'clock A. M..at the ware
house at the Richmond and Danville depot. al>out
two tons of ASBESTOS, ujioti a ur. dir of nlnctv
days. tlie purchaser executing bond with good securi
ty tor the purchase thereof. 1
dOilN TV. V,'RIGHT.
"c>2 Sh.-iliT City 11lchrmmd.
By Moody A Royall,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneer*,
ofllce corner Seventh and Hull streets,
Manchester, Va.
POMmissionerFJale of a beat
Ty TIFUL JAMES RIVER i Al.'M, LOCATED
IN THE COUNTY OF CI I EST K R EI Ei T)
THREE MIl.KS FROM TFIE TOTVV of
MANCUIESTER.-Thls VALUABLE TRACT OF
LAND cotitalns THREE HUNDRED \\o
FIFTEEN' AND ON'E-TIIIliD ACRES, * ope
hundred acres of which Ja tinely wooded J,,
origin il growth, six acres of first low-ground"
and seventy acres of second low-ground-, oiiual to
any on James river, with u comfotial-Je DWEI7 .
ING containing debt rooms: with barns, sub!'"?
and other out-buildings stiilaldc for such e farm'
,nU,V 'i?1 .S;i Hv!r Vont of no;'i'1>" k "lilc,
with channel near the shore, so that ve sels c-m lo-sd
without a wharf. This land adjoins the land of R
(1 Rij" n, Esq., and is approached hy the Peters
burg turnpike. which Is a tine road, arid alsobv the
new road recently opened from Ninth street in Man
chester, w hich wll. greatly shorten the distance from
market. This J3 a rare chance for Investment, and
should engage the attention of all. j
In pur-iiiiuce of a decree of the County Court of
Chesterfield county entered ;,t the Auifiist tm? 1
thereof la the suit styled H. C. Je. J ih?
Junks we shall, on MONDAY the nth dav of \o
<*xfK11f,c to nu'Jio sale, ar. miction,' j?
ST ,xlfnl'lr i['1I,(' tehig court-day j, at 11
m ^ ^le (ihOVC-.iOSCilheii FARM. * '
?'<^!,c-f'|urth cash, and the balance In eriurii
In. raiments of six, twelve, and eighteen nioDths for
.ur)lC9 \vl!'- Interest from the.lay of sole,
monev fs ,e.M r('tain,'(1 unMI tiic whole purrhese
William i.clopton.i ..
B. II. NASII, \ Commissioners!.
w'1 Ln E f? look at the above property iv
llovall ^ rail -Muorw. Jlooiiy A
^io^ndncted by Moody & Royali., Auctioneers, i
roy FE< TiONEHI US.
TO HOTELS, BOARDIXG-HOUSEfCand
rr!;:di0. Fa mil les.?A t in r re'd Tlince .Meat, the
- i ,4 ^KK(tt>t for the manufacturer,
and at his prices, I otter 10,000 pounds Mlr.ce Meat. 1
UP h? J am-Is, tmlf-iiarre/s, tubs, buckets, and
jars, read\ for use. Rich and Jucy. ('all early
LOUIS J. BOSSUEUX.
Agent for TlsniifactureEt
oc 2d
0OXCORD GRAPES, DIANA GRAPES.
?MALAGA GRAPES,
BANANAS, PEARS, and APPLES, at
iJ
PIZZfNI'S, ?
0015 607 Broad street.
-? ,*?
W A\\ I? ACTOR! ?Having purebasod the
^ entire machinery of the Saw feTictorv and Ma
of EDWARD BOYLE, Nos.UJs anil
. ,V' 9B"cel,and the good-will of hLs business
we sltall carry ou the SAW BUSINESS In all. Its
broncho*. Including the making and reigtlrlng cd'
m>vs ot ?u "tadi ??<i A
Olfi lirrn nnd of /?ur *i.A zTT.t %\* ^
r?:? j-- the employ tit uiu o:u Mm. re
tb,! ?<?**?*
-oc?'1,n A. J. MILLER A CO.
"ROOK and JOB PRINTING neatly
P doss AT THia omcs
Cy?swc:>,)
. .
"Got*. waW fiweaiu and
ri03TJIlSSldtBji?fSfB OF
V^ tiLK COAL-LAND AT THE MintOTHIA*
CO A LPITS.?By virtue of x decree entered at liter
J nee term, 1372, of the County Court of Chaster
Held In the chancery mft Ihcrcin pending
styled Sanders V8. Cornelius-D. Klllott I shall pro
ceed to sell at public auction, In front of the tonrt
Itouse, on the llth day of November. 1872, U?t boihg
court-dav, at 11 o'clock A. 31., that valuable Una
lying Inllic Midlothian township two and a half
miles front Coalfield station, on tne Richmond and
Danville railroad, containing T R I ft T V- S I X
ACHES adhdnlng the above-described, with gwd
dwelling uud out-bulJcilng3; a portion In wood nud
balance In cultivation. TLD land lies Immediately
in the coal-field, or w hat U called the ??coal basin,5'
and should engage tho attention of capitalists.
Terms : Cash as to so much as will be necessary
to pav the expenses of talc and cos' s of this suit, si.il
the halattee 'upon a credit of one, two, and three
rears for bonds bearing six per Centnm intere.!
iW?m day of sale, the title being retained until the
whole purchase money Is fully paid.
S. I1ROOK8, Commissioner.
Moody & ROVALT,, Auctioneers. no -t-tds
By D. K. Welslgcr,
Real Estate Auctioneer, 1015 Main street.
Four very desirable BcrLDixo
HOTS UN' (I.AWKKNCE) TWELFTH AN'D
(.?ONES) TITIKTEKNTH STREETSBETWEEN
HKMMF.S AND RAILROAD STREETS. MAN
CHESTER, AT AUCTION.?By request of the
111 sell, on the promises, "on SATURDAY
owners. I w
the nth day of November,' 1*72, at 4 o'clock P. M.,
those valuable LOTS as above?viz., eo feet oppo:Jte
to 3Ir. B. P. Owens's. c n Twelfth street, hy r.'s feet
deep. between Mr. Douglass Balrd's and A*. S. M.ad
dox'9. This Is considered one of the prettiest lots in
Manchester. AndtJjosc throe (so feet by 125) lots
<>n Unncs) Thirteenth street In rear of Air. A. 8*.
Maddox's, being Nos.0,7, and 3 In jlayo'saddition,
with uu excellent two-story barn thereon, built of
good material. The e lots will be divided.
The nearness of this property to the Petersburg
depot, Belle isle, and Richmond by the free bridge,
and in an Impros log part of the town, should In
duce persons in want of a building lot to attend this
salt'.
Terms : Very liberal, and made known at tl.o sale.
After the sale of the lob. a lot of CEDAU l'OST'8
and a small lot of LUMBER w ill ho sold forc?*h.
not D. K? WJEISIGEIt. Auctioneer.
Jiy Isbell ,t Hon.
Aucflouccra uu<J Real Esbtlo Agents
Eleventh s::ccl between Main ami Bank.
i... um i n,...-.Mian n>rsaleat pubile mic
tion, on the prun.n ? S, on HATt'JJD A Y the 2d <hv or
November, 1872. at o'clock 1'. !\L, lh..t A'A l.I'A -
RLE. REAL ESTATE on I he cash ni side of Twej>
? ? ? I t. 11 > 1 i.l ii. . \n A 7 . I X' rt . aI , /'t. .... I.
iv?L\th st i vet Lei v. cen M and N street-). Church
JfHI. The lot fi n.;.-, 12-j feet on Twenty-sixth street
and runs t?ack I-.., fi ct to an alle.v i; r<-. *; v. Jde.
The Improver,.uw consist of a large framed
dwelling and the ;u.ual out-houses.
Tki:m-): One-fourth cash: remainder In three
e.'jii'ii Instalment.) at four, eight. and twelve months
for negotiable nolo* with Interest added Irr.m day
of ale. and title to Ik* retalne.1 until the whole imf
cha-m mr nev Is paid ami a conveyance urd,-rc<t hv
the court. -" . ' * 11K N' U, 'ANN" \,
... . - . ?? "W7J. LEAKE,
H peel a I L'otnjuisslonors.
POSTPONEMENT.
The above sale, in oouscqucuce of rain, wr.* no.d
potird till MONDAY the llth of Novemlicr, is'72, at
i* o'clock I'. M. If. <J. CA VN'UN,
v W.J. LEA KK.
no 1 Special Pominisaiom-r*.
By Lync & Brother,
Auctioneers and Real Estate AgeVits,
No. 1212 Main street.
pOMMI??IONER'S SALE OF A XR'E
V TWO-STORY BRIPK DWKr.I.iNG. SITUA
TED ON TUK SOUTH LINK OF M STREET
BETWEEN TWENTY-THIRD AM' T WE STY
ID TRTH STREETS. AT ABUTTON1.?By virtu?
fi'i .t decree of the < 'hanccry Uourt of r!??* city of
Richmond in tho muse of Colo, trustee. rs. Cole'and
(lis.. < riti rr ?i Ou the 5l>t of < ?< toher. 1S7:\ I shall, as
commissioner tiierebyappoinbd. in execution of I
said decree. sell at pttblh*. miction, oif tin: premiss,
on TUESDAY the-Lib of November. 1872. at
the hour of j o'clock P. 31.. the i.( 'T. v. it I, that <.'o
.?lr:il;lC!sBR!i:lv DWELLING thereon, Incited :n
dSwi H-ed, containing .-l\ moms. with t t ick
ETfrhihi iconac-cied) with four tootus. nmi the usual
onf-hcuses. The lot lino a front of 50x330 feet, lucre
or !e.*s.
Tki:MS : Oiic-dilrd cashbalance at six and
-twelve jjumths for negotiable? iiNe-, Juiciest ad led.
ItLdiiRe < u.<?liifcd bv the Court until all the pmvli se
tiKirer.i* |>aW and a eopyevanee ordered by the
( uiirt.* .-^ROBERT STILES.
Comrulsslotier.
J.yxk & linOTilKU, Auctioneers. 110 i
l!y W. tieddin,
Heal Estate Agent mid Auctioneer.
Oftice corner Eleventh and Bank street".
pOMMTSSTOXER'SS \LE OF A FRAME
V ?' TEN I'M I. NT <?V Til K NORTH SIDE OF
I.i ll.H r<Tl:LET NEAR TO UUK! K\S PaRK.?:
Bv virtue of a decree of I tic Chancery Court of the
city of Richmond pronounced, on the 20th October.
1 In the c isc gf Wilson and wife v#. Gaul, ore., 1
shall, aa special commissioner, proceed to sll at
public auction, upon the "premises. r.t 12 o'clock 31.
on .MONDAY the nth November, l?7.\ the 11: \ME
I?\VKLLIN<i-!I<>USE and LOT on the north side
nt'i.eiuii street nearly opposite to Kukr-r's Park.
30:. 175 feet to an alley 20 feet wide, adjoining the
property of Charles SaoJzor ant others.
Tr.KMS: Enough In cash to defray the expenses of
sale, the taxi s fe.r is72, and to pay off and ulsch rgc
a negotiable nr.te for S2!9 II: on n ere .It as toofsi.-ii
till August 7, 1*73: on ;? credit as to till
August 7, 1277, nnd as lo the balance (unless othu
v.lsft anuouneed at the hour of sale), paynole 7th
February, If75; In each case, tor negotiable ::ote
boarfngsix percent, interest, and title retained till
the further order of llu- court.
WILLIAM JO^TATI I.EtKF.
no 4-td.> Special Commissioner.
By Grubbs & Williams,
Real Estate A rents and Auctioneers,
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THE VALLA -
1 ItLK LITTLE r A K M CAf.J.F!> WEST
II \ Mi'Tt>N.V>N J HE WEsTHA.W IMAI>. EOI'R
.MILES ANf> A HALF W !?> T OF Itli'HM'OM).
Iii execution of ihe provisionsof a decdof trust from
Vv\ I*. Lnwton to I.ucici: Hill, dated 2iith Cciohcr,
P.*". and rccorde I In Henrico County Court office,
being thereto required by the usslgnre of tlie crcril
A IIaLF ACRES, runniug hack to the canal.
The Improvements consi-t of a good Kit A MED
DWELLING with about six rooms, the u.iual out
houses, uyu a good orchard.
TisnaS: The deed prescribes a sale for cash, hut
wcaro attthorfxefto state that more fa vo able terms
will be ma'de known at the time of sale.
>T. M. HILL I A 31,1 ?r .
>. .lOHNIL GUY, | Sub. Trtisti^b. j
POSTPONED.
Thealiove vale will take place on WEDNl-'SD \ Y.
th of N -comber, at tbe office of Gill*BBS \ WiL
.lAMS, at 12 o'clock M. no j
By CoPUing & .Meade, Real Estate Agents,
No. 1201 .Main atraet.
MEW FRAME TENEMENT, ON CLAY
Ll BETWEEN twenty-fourth and
PWE.NT Y-FIFTH STREETS. CONTAIN INO SIX
tOOMSU FOR SALE AT AUCTION?it the rc
mcst of the owner we will offer at public auction,
?n the prci llsW, ou FRIDA Y the fc'tfi of November.
872, at i o'clock P. >L, the above-meutloncd
JWJELI.IXG.
Tkkms : Made known alSft'e
ur. ?? CGLXLING ?MhiADU, Aurtlcneers.
Uy Uruhbs .t WTUlams,
PoU Estate A genu and Auctioneers,
Eleventh street U*tv. een Main and PhuU.
TWO BUILDING LOTS ON EAST SIDE
1 OFROCKKTTS ST!:FFT SOUTH OF AND
NEAR TO BLOGOY-Kl'N ST It E F1 T . ? Oh
THURSDAY, 7thof November, at i P.M., TWO
LOTS sltintC'ia'* ulc.vc will be sold a* auction upon
Ihc premises. They aiv ja*71 feet to an allov.
Tr.itMS: At.sale. GBUBRS ? WlLl.fAMS,
n< >2 Anctli ir.ecr s.
By Welllnxton Godum,
Auctioneer and Real Lbtab' Accrit,
corucr of Eleventh and Rank strecte.
EAT AND COMFORTABLE BRICK
N
DWELLING ON THF. EAST LINE OK
TENTH BETWEEN LEIOII AND 31 STREE tS
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.?At themntest of Mr.
Samuel Sluton (who b al>out to ilecllue nou-ekci-j>
tngi I shall sell at auction,ou the pii:iulsi.v. o/i FJH
DA l the ?th Novctufier. Wl. at 4 o'clock P.M.. his
neaL attractive and conveniently-located rcbl'k-nce,
No.G2J. It contains seven rooiua auo Ovo cb seu,*
D two stories ab.;ve the basement, Iron veranda In
front and t\vo-?tory pouch In tho nsir, vlth sliding
doors and marble mantles In the parlors; gris and
water on the premises, and an excellent brick kitch
en. slated, containing-three ro nis, and tlie whole
premises in gned order. Pos csalon glvn ou or be
fore iue 1st of December next.
ThTtsrs: Dnc-foiuthcash; balance al six, twelve,
aud cigliteeu months, tearing in Iciest, seen red by a
trust deed. >< W. GGDDIN,
no 2 Auctioneer.
Grubbs & WUllaxns,
ate Agents and Auctioneers,
$treet between >Litu and Rank.
liiSTO^R'S SALE OF THE
PROPERTY KNOWN A5
^^^dL^SHSj^B>TF.L." SITUATED IN THE
AirTrrCTmraB, on the south side
l&VXKLLV STREET BETWEEN WALL
>?T AND LOCUST AJ.LEY, AT AUC
r.?in part executlou ol a decree of the ('han
jUonrt of Richmond entered on tne llth No
._|wr, 1871, In tho case of AUlL's executor ts.
Glanei rook and aU., tbe undersign'd, a special com
missioner thereby apitotulcd. will sell at auction,
upon th<j premises, on SATURDAY the lcrti <Ly of
November, at 1 o'clock P.M.. tbe projarty situated
nsabove, which was sold by the late Nicholas Mills
as Bradford, having a front ot sSleetuii
to Thomas BnuUnnl, li 11 ingM
Franklin street, and running lack to Tobacco ;iRcy|
ou which 11 fronts St Lx't 7 Inches.
This property la improved In front by a comRap*.
lively new mad handsome four-storled brick bulhir
Ing, No.JL'A, fonnerly used aa u at'.oon and hotel,
and with/evera! brick and frame! buildings lathe
rear.
TsqMS: Sufficient la cash to pay tlie c:at3 of Git
suit ?uu the expeir-oa <-i the sale; the residue in
three wpml animal imdviniciits 5t ,0Ihn two, aud
tiireeyearg for bonds bearing Intcreatenad the tlt?e
to be retained by the court until the bewliu are paid.
A plat of the property ?1U be shown stjhe ifcue
^ V:.-.
? UY n&AL
. i J 5* r**?* ?f * decree
of the Cli-eoH Court of Honrtwv&mnty mmio on tl.t,
2$th day cf October, 1#?. In tfwrcvc of KhcppcrJ.
guardian. rt. Sh'pyord, the undersigned, commls
sldnfer of *alc. wlh?.-!! to the blfcW-st mdder, ?t pnf>.
lie'wRtMri, on rfce momfeM, on THirHBDAr Uk*
7??of November, ?87A at 3 o'clock Y.lt.Af fair,
tf not, ?be next f-iir ?<'ay WMWfWr. the THRLi;
LOT:* In thepl-wof Sldr.i v, Aoe. 330,30f>.3i^. ant
3<23. bounded by Mmwood, Robinson, md Ffder-ai
st?eets*ud throve nvennft)snfc-dtvlded IntoTWKX.
TV LOTS ot 23X183 feet to alley* 20 j<r? wide
These lots ate a port of a beauttrn! plateau In the
moot elevated part of Sidney.
Terms: tkwli tw to ons-fourth of the jwrcha*.
money, and enough to defray cxper.s?j of sale ?nd
rnilt: the balance at six, tweivc. mid eight en mentis
for negotiable nolo, interest waded, and thlo re
tained.
Plat* to he seen r.t tho ofSce of the attdttafwr
JO. LANK STERN.
no 2-t'h Commissioner.
F.y Or'.bM* Williams,
Real Estate Agentd and Auctioneers,
Eleventh ?tn et between "Main and Bank,
A BUILDING LOTWITHTHK BUILD
A 1NO MAT! RIALS TIIERLON. ON' THE
about ISO feet,
and 1m upon it the roiiwoi the brick building which
has partially fallen lu. TUtretre upon the prendre*
nearly enough material to construct two ??naii tene
ments. *
Turns : At Mir. n RITBBS & WILLIAM*,
no 1 Auctioneers.
By Lee A Goddln. Auctioneers,
** _ N'o, lilt MttlBitivW.
riOMMISSIONERESALE OF DE5IRA
Vj lit,I.SMALL FARM IN HENRICOcounty
NEAR THE CITY <>F iMCHMOtfb.-Puranaui
to a decree of the Circuit Court of Henrico county
pronounced lu tiro chancery suit of Ktinmci >?*.
Klniin 1. t lie n>. deist cried. ?p,-ejii commissioners,
will, on WEDNESDAk liio etii d-.y of November.
! J?j, ?i 12 o'clock M.. !n front of the court-house of
lieurico cor.Rty, prooerd to ? ell at public ;.uc:li n
that <lo.ir.ibl'-' Maall FARM situate atont twomil'-.
below the city of lib hmocd, containing TWENTY
ACRES, more < r P ... a-tjo'i lug the lands of Robert
A. ftoMr. It. \V. Roper. and othen.
Tku'ns OK S.u.b : Oue-ttiird cash ; and the residue
on credits of ?: end 1: months, the parrktacr execut
ing Ms negotiable !;r?<s therefor, with 8 per ettf.
tutcrc-it added, and the iiUo retained by the court
until the entirep?irclia"A*unmcv 1mpal').
K. V. TT liNEIL
11. A. ATKINSON, Jc.,
oc 2t Special < omtnl'isltincr*.
By I.ee & Goddln. Auctioneers,
1113 Main street.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
FARM IN THE COUNTY OF FLUVANNA,
ON* BYKD f REEK, CONTAINING TWO Ill N
IiREl> AN'I? THIRTY ACRES OF I.ANr??ftv
virtue of a deed of trust cxe-Wed by William it.
tru.-he for Mr.-. I.? A. Sliced, dated 2 t!i ? I.*y
of January. ???$?. and of record in t!:?* c>tV* r.lti<v
or" L'lHvafih.i count}'. V::.. (I>. B. 23, p. JO.) .^vtire
to Joint <'. Ilugkes'tho payment of two m-gotl-ih'.e
notes for llCteen hundrod, und eighty-flve doiie
i*.!.'<*?.) and 3ve hundred and fortv?tliroe <1oI1?in
iic-4?.), ? itAilefault Itavlnp:!;ccn made In tlieiwyme; t
of tit'! flrst-uaiiicd note, and t?elrx rcqulr-.(?. t?> u.?
hv the holder of said note. I r^IiaIr prrwec.! to m*II. on
the premises, on TUKS1>A V. l';th ilay er Vorein
ls>r. OT'.'. at 1*3 o'clock M.. Ihe prof erf) ,le,,Tit>ei| to
said deed?lo wit:
Tint i leco ? v pr r.v! ol Td\li lying r.nd l.rli ,? in
tli - countv of V'nvanna. on IV.rn l-rrek. ami cor.?
tatniuK TV. (J fit NOREl) ANlrTMlHTYACHl h
!>.-!rg tl " 1 c;il e;d-rtc conveyed to Ihe zafi
kVtl'i !.i 1>. ?-nri.-J. tTiHtoc. as atoicsaid. hy John C
Il*.:;.'hci hy deed de.ti d 2-ith January, i-t . and thf
s :r.c Inherited l?v saidl i uphes hv the lact will oi
.John Ti.?aid dec ! and will being of tecordIn
v ' . . rt ch thv office of Fiuvannacounty.
Tj.ttM.s: Surrtlclcnt lu c.isrh to defray cxiieuses uf
executing this trust and to pay oh said note of
iNVo-uiih interest truin 1st January. WW, until paid;
fV'liSiiCi? ai- v.e!) Hnic as said Wllllava 11. Suced urtil
per on-i! repJe ontHllvc may direct.
N. M. 1.FF.. T rustee.
i COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF VALl'A
V RLF, H'.ON AND TIMBER LANDS IN .vi .
LIv'r.H.W'Y rorXTY. VA.. AT LOX(>imI>
AVI> rLlFTOX FORGE. OX TfiL
I'MASvT: aND OHIO J*AIT, ROAD.? I'ur'iiaiit m ?
' Alb-tlnny Clieult Court r.rr.nounoM tu
f Montague njj. r*. William L. A!.-.
decree of All
the euu
if I* 1.iv.trll- ?tu >* . AiVAItllClT. nil!
prising In al! Hidejti ACHES". Mtuatrd im>
at and around Longdate depot,on bcthsidttof J.vk
son's river. at ('litfon Forge:
No. I.?'The CM FT ?>X FORGE TRACT.
2,073 3>4 tier* ;,<>n we t side of JackEonV river. > ? n
L:lnlng Clifton Forge aud Furnace. There are
promisingaprxrr a of ntiabundance< f iron?..
throughout ibis Tract. lr has a frontage of & n.tte
and it half on tlachsou'- river. and a tlte> water
power. said to be tutsurmf^ial In the state. It. \
tends to within two hundred yards of L'ltfpm lA.r.e
depot.
No. 2.- 07 1-8 ncrei ncr?.*a JacksonV river. ?.?-.( a.
site No. l: promising indication* of Irou.
No. 3 3.!H2 acres iH-tTOcnCovvpasluro river nul
Wilson's crock. This Is heavily Hinl-cred, the flu
's crock. This Is heavily timbered, the Ch?~
apeake and ??b!o raiir> ad runs through It, and It sur
rounds Longdate depot
No. l.?W ILMON'S HILL Tit ACT Hilt acres), ou
Jack oil's river oppo. !:?,? to No. t and adjoining
?, covered with excellent tlwlier. upon it i- c Hrr ?
>re Inn!. formerly evt?-ps1rr:ly v.oj l?: d for the f lli ?
ton Forge, and Iron probably exists throughout tic
entire tract. Within u few hundred yards rf its
lli:"s -in ore har k has recently D'Pii opened I v Mi.
Peters for Iluflalo fp.ruuo: some ten tons are'dd jr
taken froin It. and the ore Is reported to have m\. ?,
sati-fartl n. P ad'.olus No. 2, und is only M-parst.-t
from No. l t?y the river.
No. !>.?TA1'if M A N TRACT fZaif arris), at June,
t'on of Jackson's river and t'ovvpnijturo river.
No. f.?GN25 acres, and No. 7 (adjoining), 4!4
acres*, on tin Warm Spring mountain. n.;l< Inliy the
famous Holly Ann furnace. Tills, dncutRMi. con
tains thesa.mc ores !u abundance whlrh Issv. m.n>hs
th;.* property ?o valuable.
ifiv. pn'pvny m? ).uiiii'Nc.
Ponlons of these lands have been largely and pro
fliably worked for many years as Iron propcrtv
They aretravorsed by ti e Cuo -apeake and Ohio r.,l
II*" J if I '* ' * it"? ?;* cru nv ?aj'.f/vw ohm '/mo ?.??
road, and also run n'oug Jackson's river with tl?f
projected 11 o oi the .'anna l.Tvcr alid Kanawha
can d.fcud with the new Hue of the Cnos:ip? .ilo- ?
Ohio railroad to '<? built down Jackson's river from
Clifton Forge. Tbcy tu'c heavily timbered, and are
believed to atsjuud lis extensive* deposits of excel,
lent hematite ore, being wit! In ihe liinlts of the
l?e-f part of that formation of Virginia. fSiv KM.
way's repoM to Clies.nieakft and Ohio railroad h< t
tiiereport cf Colonel Allen, filed ?vP!i th** papers <>t
till"! Slllt. J
They ?*onralti the i car-st known reliable depe tt,
of ir-.h ore to the n o. A K-navha coaht!el<u. rot
being more than ore hundred miles distant, nudul t
dcr'iiK tho pi?K'eut ?laterIkj ronnccti'd Ibf-rcv,!,i.
by tho comp.eth u of the Chesapeake and ' dilo rdi
mid. thut offering u u ual fn- liictcs for tho manu
f.icturv.' <if iron, i id ? n y by the proximity of ll.t
Inexhaustildc supj ly <?!" cheap fuel, hut ("???nus1 of
the cheap tnin-por afton which wll! nccc?.?iity h?
htfordel by th - n< lprocJy of tho frclglil K-twccii
the coal an ' iron rcfcioi.-.
Tekms Of Sai.k: casli in hand sufficient to de
fray the expenses of suit and sale; and ss to tin*
residue. In equal ln.st.-i'in .-tits at one, two, three, four,
and five t ears, with interest from the day "1 sal?-.
taking fi'om the pur-dutrer bonds with approvd
personal M?curit vt and retaining the tlile as uPt aate
security, H. II. ROHhRTrON.
.JOHN LKTCHKi:.
oc ?e-lds C'tntulsdoucrs.
By Wellington Goddin,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent,
corner Eleventh and Rank strmls
PALE AT AUCTION OF THAT TRCI V
O VAi.r AIH f: AND ADiilRABEYWEl.E I.?
" " " AT THE Ni'ttTlI
(vVTi D 11A I. F-ACRE L??T AT TllE Mucni- i
i: \sT cOK N }. i: '>Y M A I S A N 0 s I \ 1 H I
STItRRTS. WITH TH F TWO f'OSTt.Y nW?*T,I - \
INGSTIlKit' ON", NO ?V KNOWN AS THE "AR*
r.ING'i'ON HOrSi ."?At the request oftheparii
Interested, arid f r the p;:rj)Ose cf effecting?-. ?Uvl
i, 1 sfcjll (H'll nt iiuctlon?00
slon l?et ve< 11
premise-, en Tl"i SD.\Y the l.'tb of Novciu'er,
! x T*>
:it + o*clocU I'. JI~ UiKt trjlv v;iit!:U.-io proi crty
known a3 tlie AI! T. i ViJTON JiOE.SK, situated st
ti;o norlhc:t>t corner of >(-.lu mid Klxli: s;re?M-. T!i>"
LOT hits:, front of KW feet and a <V fdh of K';t P-rt.
It will be so divided as to sell v.lth c-aoh ter.einciii
about S3 feet, running back 161 fc<-t to a private
alley P.} le t wide, \vi:h (lie ci.rticr lot lifcet. and
with tiie eastern or lsiri-?rlot3al feet. The DWKLt ?
INGS contain er.ch ai out twenty-fonr r-?otn<, *ero
builf orlulnuliy l<i the piostdurable, substantial,na l
costly manner, v.irhjmrblc mantels throughout tf<;
houce ; also leuticy JKaI-wsen tho principal doors:
Iron railing In 1'rgP- mounted ondrcsce*! grarUc
bn?e; hanusotne flftkos, with martdt steps an t
platfornn. P- -
As they are ui.-^pdkiHy regarded ?s among ib-*
(te dty n further descrlpty n h
. ytuj locution U ngurlcl *??
bcst-bntlt house
deemed unuece
verv de.dr.ibie. Id^Cgin thst port c( tne city where
re.i estate Is sfradjly Imnroywv In value. These
houses were bulteorlaliialfv for private n-sideuc, ..
uud In thetr dodtfn ami rolidlty arc ;,drbliab!v ii::< t
r that purpose;* or the two (pgcihev. by ?ddin?u|.
mlglit l>e rcudllv convi rtid Into a splendid hotel.
'A ... . . u . V...I I , ctv tiDlVP
/hums : Ono-fonrth ; Iraluncc at $tx, twelve,
aud eigbicctj laouths, Utu^ng six j*r ccat. ncrau
num Interest; or, at tho ..option of the purchaser,
the ercvl't payment* maybe extended to otic. t**".
and thr?e years by ih*r payinrist of i!ibT<-st .tt tb>*
rate of elvli' j,or cent, per a liuum ; in either co.* fcf'*
negotiable notes, tutcnst ad*led lialf vearly, secuajd.
by a d?st of trust. "U*. ijOf)lJlVA
oe ;4.2tawUblt&l?no Auctioneer. ^
Ity CoolUng A ^toade. Real Wutc Ageut-j, -i .
N<>. liul Main street.
TWO BRICK TENEMENTS (Nos.
.1. AND 732) ON SEVEXTEEKTII ?TRm 9
RET 'A EEN JAY AM) CEDAR tfTKLETb, CON
TAINING T H R K E ROOMS f yCH, AND
.. . , - at o'clock
the fthavr-incntloite' I'hXEilEXTl?.
'1'KJIMS: Ou.-foui til ca>h; balance st four. elgh'.
and twelve months' credit for negotiable mje* with
ilitotes: ,-dded. and title retained until paid.
,,o a COLLLING A MEADE.
Dy Grubbs A \V Uliuraa,
Auctioneers and Heal Etttatu Agents,
KlevouUi street between Main aud Bank.
|7OUR VERY P RETT Y BUILDING
if l.OT.S IX SIDNEY. AT THE NORTHWEST
x)RNKi: OF i'isf: andciiixa strkkts aT
tUCTiON, ON SATURDAY, toil SidkMUMf.
tT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.?They front each JOteel ? ??
he west side of Pine strtet, and mu ?wk
pposlte to Mr. H:>xu:iN rcslueuef. The situation is
try rapidly Improving.
TKRMS: At .sate. CRI?BBS A ^n.LIAXW,
uo j Aurtlotcers.
By Grubbsft WUUams,
Aucttocex.rs and Real Estate ,Vjcorus,
K5iv?iiith atrcet between Mala and Bank.
IICK TlWELt.ISO.OS JAIL
*>i'4Ukli i Vh MAK*
ALLK^?SiP-T A EKXJ*R?Aj) A!SIK>IAK
ALL STfwBSfcL t? be sold at aucumi on FKt
^5KSP' iS^IWiaw,

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