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XHUUfD.W NOVEMBER 28. IRtt.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. New York Stock and Money Mnrliet. New Ycr.x, November 27.?Money closed at 6 to 7. Sterling^ to Sj. Gold, 112$ to 212*. Governments closed firm at J to 2 ad vance. States dull and steady. Tennessee.s, 75*; new, 75*. Virginia's, 48; new, ?2; consols 51; deferred, 15. Louisiana's, 5J; new, 50. Levee's, 50; 8's, GO. Ala bama's, SO; .Vs, 57. Georgia's, 70 ; 7\s, SG. North Carolina's, G5?; new, 21; special tax, U}. South Carolina's, 50; new, 23$; AprO and October, 20^. Weather rrobftMHHM. Washington, November 27.?In the north west, aud tliertce to Illinois, the barometer will fall to-morrow, with southerly winds j and warmer and partly cloudy weather. Over the entire lake region and thence to the Alleghanies and Tennessee, clear, cold weather, and southwesterly to northwesterly winds. In the Gulf and South Atlantic States high barometers, northerly winds, and generally clear weather. In the Middle and Eastern States clear. cold weather, and southwesterly to northwesterly winds. ! Warning signals will continue at Milwau kie, Chicago, Grand Haven,Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, liuii'alo, Rochester, and Oswego. r.stlinz Out Work lor Consrcstn-The Postal Telegraph?Reports of Heads or 2>cparin>ont*. f>p?*ci?] telegram to the 1^j Washington, November 27.?The Appro priation Committee, now iu daily session here, devotes about five hours each day in active preparation of the imj>ort::nt business of tisc session, and will have the principal appropriation bills in readiness to introduce early in the session. Great interest is felt in the report of the Postmaster-General, owing to the wide spread belief that he will renew with addi tional argument his recommendations of last year concerning the postal-telegraph system. It already appears evident that a bill for this purpose cannot pass, at least during the present session, as there are many indications oi' the general unpopularity of I he projcct. Nejrly all tue department reports or sy nopses thereof have by this time appeared in the public prints. The two most important of those which have not been published are the reports of Secretary Boutwell and the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Mr. IJontwcll will not give copies of his report to the press until after the message has been delivered. Txmok. The Xortii Carolina Scnatorship? Second Ballot. ? Raleigh, >i\ C., Noveml>cr 27.?The se cond ballot for United Stiites senator wa had tliis morning with the following result: Vance, 7S; Merrimon, 20; Pool, 72. The result is doubtful. From >*eiv Orleans. Nuw Orleans, November 27.?The fall meeting of the Louisiana Jockey Club com mences Saturday. 'the ease ot Kellofrg vs. Warmoth is pro gressing in the Federal court. Tiie injunction restraining the State Audi tor lVom paying the interest of the North Louisiana railroad bonds has been dismissed. The horse malady is spreading, but in a mild form. Gould and Vaiidcrbflt, Ap. New Yoke, November 27.?Jay Gould, re ferring to Vandcrbilt's card, sav.s : '-In 18GS Yandcibilt held 810,000,000 in Erie stock. I offered to take 800,000 if he would hold the balance sixty days, and give me a call for it. 13e agreed, but broke his promise, lie sold all and delivered it in one day, hoping to t ieaic a panic, under the impression that 1 could no! carry the stock. He failed, and feels sore.'' A sUiy of proceedings has been granted in lliu suit Erie a^aiust Gould. the Atlantic and the Great Western and Erie have had a meeting regarding over a million dollars claimed by the Atlantic. the Great Western case has been with drawn fremthe Ohio court where proceed ings were pending. tli'?tits of the " HnlJ di^|l^e.,, New Vents, November 27.?The profits of t!i- Northwestern "bull clique" is com puted at from 85,000,000 to 8^,000,000. Henry Smith has not settled, and as far as known iutends to fight in the courts. Mr. (Jrcclfy's Condition. New Yoke, November 27.?The Tribune : uys Mr. Greeley still sutlers from nervous prostration, resulting; from the almost total loss of sleep lor a month or mure, which af fected tii'' nerves of the stomach. Within the past week ho has eaten and slept more. California. * San Francisco, November 27.?Grant's oflk:ial mijority in the State is 10,000. l'ayuiaster George L. Mead is dead. Collision in Hampton lioads. Norfolk, November 27.?The steamer Louisiana, hence for Baltimore, and the schooner S. S. Bichmire collided in Hamp ton Uoads last evening. The schooner lost, her bowsprit aud all her head-gear, and the steamer was considerably damaged above the water-line. The bteamer returned to this city, made temporary repairs, aud pro ireded'to Baltimore this inoruing. Steamer Abandoned. Baltimore, NovemVcr 27.?The steamer C'aroliue, hence for Qucenstown, is reported abandoned at sea. She had 42,01/0 bushels of corn aboard. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. .England. London, November 27.?The immense in flux of bullion into the Bank of England continues. The bank rate will probably be reduced to-morrow. Consols to-day are at 92$ to 02 J; 5's, 88i. France. Paths, November 27.?The vote on (he reply to Thieis's message was postponed to Thursday by 35G lo 3;i2. The friends of; Thiers think that this vote closes the crisis. A meeting of the Cabiuet will be held to day for deliberation upon the majority re }>ort of the committee, and the resolution of the minority. Thiers will attend the session of the Assembly to-morrow, wheu the report of the majority will come up for consideration. The vote yesterday postponing the report till Thursday has served to greatly allay the excitement of the past few days, and many believe the crisis has passed. Paris is quiet this morning, and dispatches from the pro vinces report a corresponding degree of tranquillity. Spain. Madrid, November 27.?King Amadeus is improving in bealtb. Insurgent demonstrations in Mureia and Saitigossa have been surprcsseu without; trouble. Cuba. Havana, November 27.?The first parcel of new-crop sugar has arrived here. There are fewer contracts this year than formerly. There, is a prospect of an immense crop, though the rains interfere with the llr>t grinding*. Nova Scotia. Halifax, November 27.?The steamer Hector, from London (thirty days) for Mon treal, is here in distress. She encountered a hurricane oft' Newfoundland. All vessels arriving report heavy gales. SScusnins ?r Victim* of thv Boston fsMMMKre'-. tin. '? Itosiow, ^November 27.?Nino bodies have been found iu the ruins of the great thre. Nitwteen other persons m ?tUi juisslag. . ""Washington NomsabM? *27.?There win be-rto public business transacted to-morrow, it-ta*tog thanksgiving day. . The Supreme Court has adjourned to the first .Monday in December. . ' Gcueral J. B. Ilood i* in this city. The Star says * Senator Spencer, of Ala bama, has telegraphed to this city that the troubles in that State will be reconciled, and that he will be elected to the United States! Senate in a few days." An insurance Snft. New York. November 27.?A Wisconsin insurance company has recovered 838,000 advance on 20,000 bushels of wheat* The plea was that the advance was in the nature of a lien and followed the wheat. The de fence pleaded that the repayment made to the second party could not be enforced by the third party from the holder?, who pur chased in good faith. Fatal Railroad Collision. Coshocton, Omo, November 27.?The ex press passenger train on the Tan-Handle railroad, which leit Cincinnati last night,; ran into the rear of a freight train near this place, demolishing the engine and express ear of the passenger train, and killing Engi neer Jacob 11. Gates and seriously injuring the tiremau. Fire. New York, November 27.?The Lacka wanna Hotel in Seranton, l'a., was burned last night, Loss, $7i>>000. AalicKOf .Von in Ilnrncw-TJie Bcsnlt oi I'sinsr Untamed Steeds. fKroiu rt:o Titijsvtlle Pres?.J Weh::vf thought all along since the horse epidemic began to rage that there would be trouble from'hitching up oxen, men, boys, jind ^oaln. who bad never been properly trained to this kind of work, and now we are called upon to notice a scries of runaway accidents that occurred in town yesterdiiy, by which much property was destroyed and lives endangered. \Ve hope it will never be our duty again to chronicle such a horrible chapter of destruction. THE FIRST OUTBREAK occurred at the head of Franklin street yes terday morning about S o'clock. It seems that Mr. Piunpjerker, one of the numerous milk dealers who supply certain of our citi zens with coloring material lor their coffee and tea, was coming in from his dairy with his lmnd-cart tilled with milk-cany, and (owing to the epihippic) drawn by two sor rel-headed hired men?one a young and spi rited fellow, who had not l>een worked in harness but three clays, and the other an older beast, with wind-galls on his head and blind in the oil" eye. 31 r. Pumpjerker was pushing behind, not dreaming of danger, when, juM, a> the team turned from Brook street on to Franklin, they caught sight of several cows, and, not being familiar with such looking animals, became affrighted and aa>hed off down Franklin street at a fearful rate of speed, with their coat-tails in that horizontal position necessary fur the enjoy ment of the game of chequers, and their soai>-locks flying in the breeze. The hand car was upset near the corner of Walnut street, but. the now thoroughly maddened team soon kicked themselves loose from the wreck, and, with the tugs llupping about the calves of their legs, tied out on the Pleasant vilie road, where they wire stopped by a sa loon-keeper, who held a couple of cocktails in front of them. -Mr. Pumpjerker-'s loss was about six dollars, mostly lor tinware and wasted chalk. ANOTHER ACCIDENT. A Swede man who was attached to a red whet 1 harrow, while trotting down Spring street yoterday forenoon, became frightened at the leel of :i young man who was having his boots blacked in front of the American Hotel, and before the bystanders could stop him ran away at breakneck speed towards I .Monroe street. A man in front of the Par shall House veiled, and threw a club at the frightened man, but it .--truck the latter in a different -pot from that which the thrower intended to hit, and only accelerated the runaway's progress, and he broke into such a gait tliar he broke a gate near the corner of Spring and l'erry streets, and left the wheelbarrow a wreck on the top of iv. T. Hail's sewing-machine rooms. At last ac counts the frightened Swede had not been captured, and it is thought he has returned to his native land. A NORLE EXTLOJT. An old farmer came to town yesterday driving his two sons, who are about ten hands high, with white spots on their fore heads where their hats wear the dirt off, and hitched to a light wagon tilled with frost bitten pumpkins, decayed potatoes, stove wood, and other luxuries peculiar to this country. Both boys had been carefully groomed, and came gaily prancing into town. Just as they were opposite the dry goods store of \V. H. Andrews, on Spring street, several haudsome young ladies came out of tbe store, and William, who was on the 44 nigh" side, became htened and began kicking, which so alarmed his com paniou that he, too, snorted, and seizing the oits in their teeth the team started towards the post-oflice, the wagon striking against telegraph poles, awning-posts, and other ob structions, throwing the driver out, and causing stove-wood and vegetables to rain upon the heads of the people on the side walks in great profusion. A policeman tried to stop them at the corner of Wash ington street, but his noise and- gestures only frightened the team the more, and* they turned north lip Washing Ion street, leaving the wagon-box and hind wheels behind. School was. just out for noon, and the path of the funa^tys was tilled with children, and it seemed a& it1 seve ral lives must be lost; but at this juncture a noble and daring livery horse, who wasjput with his throat in a sling, taking a waHfTor his health, saw and seemingly comprehended the situation, and though bis throat was so sore that he could hardly " whinner," and his aukles so lame it was with difficulty he walked, he managed to throw himself in front of the running men, and seized them by the coat tails with his mouth, and suc ceeded in checking their career, but not until the noble animal had been dragged several rods. The father of the runaways came up nud took charge of his offspring, and ottered to treat the horse who had stopped them to a bran mash or brandy smash, but the latter merely shook his head and disappeared down an alley leading to his barn. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE OF A CHILD. Yesterday a child of John Alaeguilgeon, the gentlemanly pig butcher and importer of sausage-meat, who lives on Canine ave nue. was ridinir down Martin street iu a baby carriage drawn by a dark-bay servant, when a couple of poorly-fed, gaunt-looking chaps hitched to u grocer's delivery wagon turned a corner suddenly and threw a kiss at the duik bay, causing her to shy and upset j the baby cart, throwing the occupant to the ground right in front of the grocer's team. A lady who saw the occurrence gave u shriek so loud and shrill that it saved the life of the ebild ; for the two hired meu hitched to the delivery wagon heard it,aud,thiukiDg it was the noon whistle of (he Titusviile Manufac turing Company, by a strong ellbrt checked their speed when within two feet of the in fant, and, wheeling around, went to dinner. The promptness with which these meu cease work and go to lueals iu this ease availed something. ONLY ONE MORE. i Yesterday afternoon a gentleman who lives upon the Pteasantville road hitched up his old grandfather, just as he lias twenty times since the horse disease visited this section, and drove iuto town to do a little marketing. The old man was foundered about forty yea is ago by eating a warm meal on washing day, and it was nearly 4 o'clock Wore they reach ed town, when "the driver, iMr. Ferguson, drove up in front ofn> grocery ntore, aud, after hUehuuajM^Arandfkther tothe awning post, weui iiitdjt saloon to see if there hod been any decliwF-lB beer' since the Boston fire. For soine minutes the barse?yce mean the gr?mdCi^tf~Stw)d quietly, Wiitl^raing restless (be liaanot been blatiketed), al^med his eyes to watader'iurt>und unUl he in front of him A basket of pears, in which.Was a placard inscribed -44 one for. a quarter^ or $18 by the peek.*; 'Tiie priee ^ *4artk?f the venerable (Ad maw, who wasn't used -to^fty customs, that, with a wild sHort of .few, hpi pgoke bts haltei^tiap, kitted Wm?clf.4?oie I 4 Msffl'sz ' ?? aantviUe, running over two livery horses near the site the Abbott House, badly in juring them, and breaking his own leg ho badly tttat when bis grandson arrived upon tbe spot a few minutes Inter be shot tbe old man to put hira out of bis misery, and save wintering him ou baled bay. t Small-Pox Hospital Plundered of rrs Whole Stock of Bedding (From tbe Pitts burgh Commercial]?A most singular rob bery was perpetrated on the Nortbside, the scene of the robbery being at tbe Allegheny Small-Pox Hospital, located at tbe Poor Farm at Claremout. The hospital has been closed for many months past, as there have been no eases of small-pox that required the attention of the Board of Health. The time of the robbery is not known, as tbe building was only visited at longintervals by the health olDcerund one or two others. The citizens gave it a wide berth, kuowingthe eonfcigious character of the building. The thieves, how ever, appeared to have had no fears of the building, as they not only entered it but rob bed it of its contents. The robbery was not discovered until yes terday, when Health Oflicer Hoch had occa sion to visit the* building. Upon arriving at the place he found that the door had been burst open, and when he entered he discov ered that the building had been robbed. Bed-clothing, furniture, etc., had been car ried ofl', and but little was left for the benelit of tbe city. Among the articles stolen were forty blankets, the same number of quilts, a lot of sheets, pillows, etc., also two large clocks, tinware, cooking utensils, etc., amounting altogether to about $500. For tunately the bed-clothing was disinfected, and if the articles are sold there need be no apprehension in consequence. There is uo clue to the thieves. A Pair or Lavender Brides.?Eli Per kins, of the New York Commercial Adcer fixer, is "on the wing." He .stopped at Homer tlie other morning for breakfast, and had the good fortune to meet a "quartette bridal party," of which he thus discourses: This morning at the Syracuse House I breakfasted with a pair of brides and a pair of bridegrooms?a sort of bridal quartette. They were from Cortland, I think, in the country. I knew they were just married from a variety of reasons. First, when they alighted from the omnibus to enter the hotel both young ladies took the arms of the gen tlemen, who said,(< Dear, let me carry your satchel." Just behind them came some old married people. I knew they had been married some time, for the men pounced out, starting, lug gage in hand, straight for the hotel, leaving their wives with small satchels to follow, single tile, behind them. At breakfast the brides appeared in bridal lavender. Everything was lavender?laven der dresses, lavender hats with lavender strings and lavender gloves. If ever I get married Mrs. Perkins .shall wear (if she pleases) a suit of plain black, and then we can enjoy our honeymoon in peace. The young husbands bot h wore broadcloth suit> and black huts. Doth wore paper collars and cuffs, and one wore a paper shirt-bosom. Alas! what a shock such deception must be to a young and guileless wife! Why, in my i opinion, a paper collar is no more indication j of a real shirt than a clothes-line .' At breakfast these young husbands didn't help themselves tirst when they .-nt down at the table, but they turned to the brides in lavender, and said lovingly, "Have a roll, dear?" Then they put some buttei on the lavender brides' plates, and they looked up and said, " Thank you, dear," with a smile too happy to describe. When breakfast was over one of the young husbands smiled sweet ly, and said: "Now. darling, can't I smoke just once? you know you said I might!" "Yes, Charley,just once!" and then the two bride< stood and looked vacantly out of the windows till their sweethearts came back. When the old married people^sat down there was a different scene. The old fel lows scooped in their beefsteak and sausage, never looking up to see how their wives were getting along, and when they got thiough they shuffled oft' into the reading room and loaded up meeiscbaum pipes with the strongest cavendish. Then they talked politics, expectorating on the stove and around the zinc stove-mat without once thinking of their poor wives, who were left to amuse themselves with neighborhood gos sip. The servant girls of Lafayette, Ind., are organizing a strike. Prussia Is hereafter to use American paper for her bank notes. Six white oxen compose the, champion team of Newport, Ohio, at present. A Minnesota man who bet on Greeley had to roll in the mud from one side of the street to the other. A Chicago poet begins an apostrophe tcv the ocean with " Prodigious dampness ! The Michigan Central railway is planting American chestnuts along iu> entire line. COMMERCIAL. ^ f CORN AM) FLOUIt EXCHANGE,) Richmond. Ya., November :7, 1S72. 5 OFFERINGS. Wheat White, r,253 bushels. Red, 1,170 bush- I els. Coux White. C7fl bushels. Oats 300 bushels. SALES. Wheat.?White. 50-? bushels prime on private terms: 1?0 bushels prime, at $>2; 278 bushels prime at?l.#$; 150 bushels very good at $1.36: 112 bushels veryg<">d at ^;.i>7; 132 ouj-liels very good at *1.95; 110 bushel.*-very g?>od on private terms: mo bushels (food on private terms; 9'J bushels ^ood at #L0u; 310 bushels ralrat Sl ?5; 32 bushels common at $1.50? total, 2,ots bushe's AVllEAT.?Red. 2(8 bushels prime at >51.95; 500 bushels very good on private terms; 80 bushels verv irood at 272 bushels good at $1 85; 60 bushels fair at $1.80; 124 bushels common at 5=1.75; 7o bush els I'oinmonat *1.7o; 20 bushel* common at 5^1.05; 32 bushels verv common at P0c.?total, 1,372 bushels. Cobn.?White, 111 bushels very good old at 7oc.; 270 bushels very erood new nf 65c. Oats.?000 bushels western on private terms. By Telegraph. NEW YORK MARKETS. New York, November 27.?ttotton quiet; sales, 2,277 bales: uplands, lojc.: Orleans, lojc. Flour steady. Whiskey lower at 82jc. Wheat opened fi.-m;" buyers generally pay the advance. Corn? moderate export and home demand; prices un changed. Rice- 7}(ft8jc. Pork quiet at yip. Lard more active and lower at7jt@s#c. Turpentine dull at 6ic. Rosin steady at $4. Tallow Onll at 8}@9c. Freights quiet and firm. BALTIMORE MARKETS. BALTIMORE, November 27?Flour steady and dull. Whefct tirm; amber western, firstname.lastname@example.org; white, choice. *2.u5<?f$2.10 ; lair to prime white, $1.85@$2. Corn dull; white southern, 56@9le.: yellow south ern. 57c.; mixed western, 62c. Oa's tirm: southern. 42?j46c.; western mixed, 42c.: white. 44@i5e. Rye quiet and steady at h0&85c. Hey unchanged. Pro visions?Nothing doing. Western butter firm; choice rolls scarce and wanted at 25@2tsc. Whiskey. 84fft>9?t\ Virginia h's, consoK 55*: registered, So; new, 48. West Virginia's, 15J. Bids to-day. PSAXOS, OROAXS. Ac, ^ ^ gTEINWAY fffW GRAND, SQUARE, AND UPRIGHT PIANOS. First ol' the grand medals of honor, World's Fair Paris, 1S67; London, 1832. The most perfectly arranged and the largest piano manufactory in the world. One piano every working hour. Ten pianos every day. Ever)' piano warranted for five years. Prices as low as the exclusive use of the host ma terial and most thorough "workmanship wili permit. Old pianos takcu in exotoange. Illustrated catalogues, with price-list, mailed free on application to SLEIGHT & HOWARD, Sole Agent* for Richmond and vicinity, no 23-1 w 1011 Main street, optmslte post-olfiee. K XABE & CO.'S SUPER] # PIANO-FOItTES cau be obtained of us at tlie same prices as charged at the factory; besides, wcjfcllver Uiern at the houses of purchasers in Richmond free of expeuse for carriage. ?'* no 2!) WOODHOUSE & PABUAtf. /SaBTETS ! CARPETS 1 CARPETS ! \J On hand and for sale, a large assortment of > ; ... CARPETS and OILCLOTHS, ? ItUGS, &C., >rhlch.I offer, on accommodating terms, aa cheap jw rjjcy c?m be bought in the city for cash. WILLIAM DAFFRON, . ovf??lm USS Main ?tr?ett ... ? ; ^ - ? Seal Estate A|?n?and Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main aiidB&rifc. Ai Large sale"of desibabjjb BUILDING LOTB IN THE MO.^T IMPROV? i ING NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE CITY OF RICH MOND.?By .request of Mr.- Lewis K. Harvie wo will seli, upon the premises, on THURSDAY. Mtb of November, commencing at 3} o'clock P. M., a large number of BUILDING LoTtt In lib plan.Iy ln* oh Pine, Laurel, nnd Clierry' streets between Cumberland and Albemarle streets, and embracing some of the handsomest sites iu that niuch-admlrca and raptGly-improvlng neighborhood. The street railway, now iu course of construction down Laurel street, will be immediately in front of some, and distant only a square from tiic remainder, of the lots to be sold. This sale is foraccount of the original owner, and will afford nn opportunity not soon to be repeated of bitting the choicest lot* at first hands. No one having funds to invest with the certainty of a profit, or seeking a desirable building lot* can afford to be absent from this sale. Terms : At sale. UKUBB8 Jb WTLLIA5IS, 110 a Auctioneers. By Richardson & Co., Real Estate A?eats and Auctioneers, No. ilia Main street. A beautiful BUIL DI NG lot 47 10-1?00 FEET, ON THE EAST SIDE OF THIRD STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANKLIN STREETS, FOR SALE BY AUC TION?"We shall sell by auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY the 2?tn instant, at 1 o'clock P.M., the beautiful building lot descrilied and located as above. Ten MS: One-third cai.li; the balance In 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust. no 23 RICHARDSON & CO- Auctioneers. nm kest. FOR rent, the LOWER part of 4 that excellent BUILDING (adjoining thel Theatre), on Seventh strict. It Is splendidly fitted up for a first-class bar-room and restaurant. andean be rented with tbeFIXTUKES complete. To a jcood tenant the rent will be moderate. ros-scsslou In s few days. For particulars apply to Isaac hutzleb, no :^-3t 911.Main street.. F" OR rent, a desirable BRICK ^ DWELLING containing live rooms; with fiiiii kitchen, Ac.: on Veuable between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth s'reete. Terms moderate. Ap ply to E. BaKKIC. corner Twenty-third and Veuablcstrec'6. no 2^-21* ___ IfOR RENT,a neat FRAME DWELL-#* ING containing live rooms, with kitcheuJiial and wjtter on the premises, on Clay street corner Tweniy-ninti'. A small FRAME DWELLING on Twenty-se venth corner II street. THREE OFFICES on Eleventh street between Main and Rank. Apply to RICHARDSON A CO., no 27-tt 1113 Main street. E'OR RENT. HOUSE ou Brook road<??* jlist beyond the Branch, containing five glial. rooms. Applvto no gi-at ORUBBS & WILLIAMS. FOR RENT, the large WAREHOUSED* corni r Cnrv aud Twentieth streets, recentlyJSidb occupied its a tobacco factory bv Alexander Kerr, Esri. Possession immediately. PremisfH in good repair. Apply to HILL &, GODD1N, Real Estate Agents, no 26-3t IIOS Main street. 170K RENT, that desirable BItICK ?}jj| DWELLING on the corner of Fourteenth UliiL and Broad streets, containing ten rooms; kitchen building iu the yard: water aud g:is in the houses Possession given immediately. Apply to ALLISON & A-DDWON, no 26-61 13C0 Cary street. }7oR RENT, that commodious audi . well-aiTantrcd STOREIIOCSE located atj Kocketts and known as ?? Hiiskius's." Bv rea->on of construction aud 1 t-s nearness to shipping it is well adapted t? manitfjcturinp purposes: besides, it is supplied with gas; h.ison every floor pure water from the Bloody liun spring. i'uiK-cssion in a short tin-C LEE A GOI>DLN. no ?fl-Tn.Th?t^ 1113 ?.faln streps. FOR RENT, the OFFICE corner^} Dock and Twenty-first streets, with lavgeHiiil vacant Kbt attached. Will make a good lumber or eoal-vard. Will rent for a term of vears. Apply to HILL & GODD1N, ? Keal tvstate Agents, no 26-eod.?t 110? Main street. Handsome residence in LiN-da DEN ROW FOR RENT?Tj.at very de-Sal *lrable residence No. 102 Franklin street, in Linden Row, recently occupied by Mr. William if. Towers, is for rent. It has eleven rooms besides ample ser vants' accommodations. |Vw?Cssloii at once. Applv to JOHN T. GODDfN. Real Estate Agent, no 21-eodl w Bank and Eleventh streets. IV AXIS. "WANTED, a first-rate FEMALE COOK TT (white or colored), with good references. Apply at fiOl Grace street. no 2f-2t* WANTED.?A punctual tenant desires TWO or Tint KB NICK ROOMS, on same floor (furnished or unfurnished), with kitchen ac commodations. Pay in advance If needed, and best references. Address " L.,M post-office box 05, Richmond. Vj. no 23-11* VERSE WANTED; also a HOUSE SERVANT: recommendationsnipilrad. Ap ply at No. ft 17 Mxtb street. no v8-3t \\T A N T E D , respectable and eneriretic H MiN to sell tub weed family FAVORITE SEWlNO-MAOlirNE. Liberal in ducements offered to men acquainted with the busi ness. Apply at the WEED Sc'winjr-Machlne Company's Agency. 739 Main street, corner of T.ighth, no Richmond, Vn. TXT ANTED.?Two gentlemen can be ac T f commodated with l.OAKOat 31H Third.be tween Broad and .Marshall streets. no 2>-K* ANTED.?The advertiser, who lias had several years' experience as travelling agent in the tobacco business, and commands a firel-cluSi Western trade, desires a SITUATION with an ex tensive tobacco manufacturer. Can give undoubted references as to character and ability. Address W. JULIUS, Baltimore post-office. no 2ti-eod3t* W WANTED. TO sell TWO HOUSES IN" MANCHESTER?one for $17 per month : one for $33 per month. Apply at 1-100 Main street, no 22-lw WANTED,SEVERAL FOREMEN, with a force of fifteen or twenty COLORED MEN, work for Mr. Robert Harvey in Tennessee. Wages to foremen, 50 n<>r day; hands, $1.50 per day. Apply to J. P. JUST IS. Labor Agent, no 14 No. 0 Fifteenth street. JMfST. STRAYED. Ac. POINTER DOG, black with gray3^5^? lops: about two-thirds grown, wilhfSISIjSEk steel uuain, and medal No. S"t5. F1VK DOLLARS REWARD. Return to corner of Third and .Main streets, Richmond. no 2<-2t R. W. BROWN. T^AKEN UP, in my gaxden, on thensg X MechanlcsvUle turnpike, a small, short-, tailed BR1NDLE COW. The owner will please call, pav charges, and take her away. no-jo-it* JAMES II. SHINAULT. LOST, on tho 27th instant, a rO POINTER PUP?white, with colored spots. Answers to the ojimo of " Dlxey." The Under will receive a liberal reward by return ing her to CHS. F. MEYER, uo 2a-lt* ? No. 1912 Main street T OST, between Second and Clay and .Li Third and Franklin streets. on last "Sunday fveiiinsr. a HAIR EAR-RING. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning same to CASH IKK, at Levy Brothers'. no 28-11* STRAYED OR STOLEN, on tlief kJ night of the 2uth or early next mornlnpJ from inv residence, No. 426 Sixth street, oueDARii RED COW, with ears cropped and 6llt: long, well shaped horns; short legs. Uad a small rope tied around her horns when last seen. Supposed to be live years old. A rewatd for her delivery to W. B. HERSMAN, no 27-31* 426 Sixth street. OTRAYED from the subscriber, onreggSJ O Saturday night. November isth. ls72, oue?u9L? RED COW, utjout eight years old. Both horns liave been bored for holiowhorn; has only three good teats. Al-o, one PALE-RED HEIFER, aliout three years old; has a little white aliout the back and legs; light ear cropped, and slit in the tame; had both horns knocked off, leavine the pith, and the horns about lialf grown out acaln. Iwill give TWENTY DOLLARS for their <Ie llvcrv to me. corner of Fourth and Hull streets, Manchester, Va,, or TEN DOLLARS for any infor mation of them to I con get them again. no?t? W.J. JONES. rPAKEN UP, on my premise-!, ai X small rcd-aud-white COW. Wanted the.' owner to come, pay charges, and take lier away. Dr. 8HEPPARD. Broad-Street road, near the Fair Grounds. no ;7-3t STOLEN, on the night of the 24th rest! instant, from the farm of Captain A. G.1UU Babcoek on the Nine-Mile road, about four miles from Richmond, a mediam-sized RED COW, with a while streak down her back and tall; front and hind knees white: left ear cut; right slit and imdur kf*el. and a giuiliM-hol" hi each horn. The hair is rubbed oil'the right side of her head from a strap. The highest reward will be paid for delivery to me. no 27?at* WILLIAM J. OAKLEY. Q1A REWARD.?Strayed from therg^J SpAvJ 6ubscril>er, on the Meadowbridxe.3K3iL? road, on the 19th instant, a large BULL STAG ; rwd, with horns sawed off. I will my the aliovo reward for any information that will lead to his recovery. R. K AST EL BERG, no27-3t* Stalls 9 and 11 Old Market. ri:hi\essj: hakcesu Richmond, Va., November 20,1872. THE SHIP-YARD WORKS AND MA X CHINF.RY OF THE VIRGINIA STEAM SllTP AND PACKET COMPANY', AT lCOtJK ETTS, ARE FOR tiALE. They an; complete for all the purposes of iron ship-building. Tho econo my auu abundance of iron, coal, and lalx>r hero make thb a desirable point for the prosecution of tiiis business. ?<"<-* -r If not sold as a whole ?within three weeks the MA CHINERY, TOOL8, Ac., will be sold separately on application. Apply to no 21-3W D. J. BURR, President. CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS, MATTING, CURTAIN-GOODS, WINDOW-SHADE8, and PAPER-HANGINGS, Jurt received, lor the fall trade, tor calf Igw by C. DOGGETT A CO., M'to-m SSfeiipSE W Goterw rtmi. ... STit Grubba & ffi kkd JSrata Afcfchts a Eleventh street between Mala sod Bask. GALE OF ABOUTSEVEN ACRES OF O VERY VALUABLE GROUND IX THE CITY OF RICHMOND. IN THAT PART THEREOF KNOWN AS SIDNEY. BOUNDED BY HABVTkL A8HLAND.AND RESERVOIR STREETS, AND THE LAND OF JOSEPH ALLEN'S ESTATE.? By request of Messrs. R. a. Burrows, Johns Hop kins, and Thomas Wilson, wi; -will sell at auction, upon the premise*, on WEDNESDAY. 4th of De cern!*-!-, commencing at 3 o'clock P. M., tiie pro perty situated as above. It occupies for the most part an elevated situation overlooking the city,and embrace1! many very handsome building sites. The property will he sold In suitable parcels, as will be shown by a plat to be exhibited at the tlmo of eale. Teh MS: At sale. GRUBBS A WILLIAMS, no 28 Auctioneers. By S. N. Davis, Real Estate Agent aud Auctioneer, office corner Eleventh and Main streets. /COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF D?SIRA KJ BLE REAL ESTATE. ON ST. JOHN STREET NEAR COUTTS STREET, AT AUC TION.?In execution of a decree of the Chancery Court df the city of Richmond entered November 26,1*72, in the "suit of Crump v8. Cramp. Ac., I shall, as special commissioner therein named, pro ceed to sell at auction, upon the premises, on TUES DAY the 3d day or December, at 4 o'clock P. M., if fair; if not.then upon the Urst fair day thereafter at the same hour, two valuable LOTS with FRAME TENEMENTS 1 hereon. Tekms : One-third cash; balance at six and twelve months, lor negotiable notes with Interest ndded, title retained by the court until all the pavmentsare made. J. PRESTON" COCKE, no 27-0t* Speciil Commissi oner. SHERIFF'S SALE.-Will be sold at the farm of Mr. Samuel S. Duval?, In Henrico county near Tuckahoe bridge. 011 DECEMBER 2D, 1872, at 11 o'clock A. 31. (that being court-day), the following property?to wit: 20 CATTLE, Ji SHEEP, 80 bushels WHEAT, '30 foirrels CORN, In shhcltS: 1.000 pounds of OATS. In sheaf* 9 stacks of TOP and BLADE FODDER, 2,000 pound* LEAF TOBACCO, the property of Samuel S Duvall. levied upon by mc to siitlsfy an execution In niv bands In favor of R. W. Horner against said Duval. _ TeUMS : Cash. CHARLES HOWARD. SherilT of Henrico county. no 2C-Tu.Tb.SA-MJt By W. B. Robins, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, office on Bank street, corner by the ciistum-botatl. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF TIIE J^JSGE X BRICK DWELLING AND PREMISES AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF MAI?? AND FIRST STREETS AT AUCTION.?By virtue of a deed of trust to ine as trustee dated April 0, ls?o. and recorded In Richmond Chancery Court office I n Deed-book no. B. page 548 (being thereto required), 1 will sellal auction, upon the premises, on SATUR DAY, aoth November, at 4j.o'dock P. 31., tbe pro jxjitv above referred to. The dwelling lias ? rooms, with" all the. modern conveniences, and there is also a large brick kitchen. The situation of the property is very desirable. The lot Is til by i5o feet, more or less. Terms: Cash for expenses of sale and to pay off a debt for about $2,300; the b.tlaucc upon terms to be prescribed by the grantor or his assigns. Ijj the event of their failure to jrlVe any direction, then upon terms to lie announced by meat the time of sale. W. B. ROBINS, 1 rustee. W. B. Ronivs. Auctioncor. 110 20 By Tbom&s \V. Keesee, Auctioneer, No. 1317 Main street. HHHE UNDERSIGNED COMMITTEE JL will sell at public auctlou on SATURDAY, No vember 30th, 1872, at 11 o'clock A. 31., In front of the B.illard Hotel stable, In this city, the following nro pert}?viz., 2 HORSES, 2 HACKS, 7 SETS OF HARNESS, t. HORSE COVERS, and 1 CARRIAGE BLANKET. Attention of the public is particularly called to this sale. One of the carriages is just from" the work- j man's hands, and is now considered as good as any new one: the other Is being used at this time at tiiuj hotel, and hi very good condition. The harness be longing to the above is also In good eon-'ltlon, and ready for nse. The horses are Well-matched, gentle, In very good condition-, and may be worked any where. T EicM8 < Made known at the sale. P. R. CARltlNGTON, Committee. T. W. Keesee. Auctioneer. no 20 By Thomas W. Keesee, Auctioneer, No. 1317 Main street. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF HOUSE HOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE AT AUCTION.?I will sell on FRIDAY, November 20th, at 11 o'clo^fc, 011 Yenable between Twenty second ali'J Twenty-third streets, at 3Irs Catharine Brown's, deceased, all of her HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE, consisting in part of 1 Mahogany Parlor Suit in halr-ei<.tli, 3Iahoguny Chamber Suit*. Tallies, Chairs, 3Iirrors, 3Iattress, Window-Shades, Carpets, Oil-Cloth. Mahogany Ex tenilon Table, Crockery, Cooking-Stove, <?c. CHARLES HOWARD, Sheriff and Administrator. Sale conducted by Thomas W. Keesee. np By William R. Poik A Co-.\ Real Estate Agents mid Aufctlbnecrs, No. 1119 Main street, corner of Twelfth street. Large and peremptory sale of FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS'WORTH OF COAL-M1NERS' TOOLS AND FIXTURES AT PUBLIC AUCTION ?A? agent of the creditors ot Mr. D.T. Lumley.who has removed from the State, I shall cell at miction, at the Springiieid and Deep Run coal-pits, (commencing at Deep Run.) on TUESDAY the iPtli instant, at 11 o'clock, a large assortment of C'OA L-MIN ERS', BLACKSMITHS'. CARPENTERS', AND WHEELWRIGHTS TOOLS. MACHINERY, MACHINE OIL. BLAST ING POWDER, lie. Most of the above articles have been In use only a short while, and are very valuable to coal-miucrH. Also, a very large lot of OLD IRON, cast and wrought, which has been accumulating for tliirty years. " N. C. SHr.l'PAKDi Wilmam R. Folk & Co., Auctioneers* no li)-codtcL) POSTPONEMENT. The above wale postponed until TUESDAY the 3d day of December, 1872. 110 19-ood By Lyne & Brother, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, No. 1212 Main street. VALUABLE BRICK"RESIDENCE, SIT UATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF FRANK LIN BET WE EN T WENT \ -SIXTH AN I > TWEN TY-SEVENTH STREETS, AT AUcTION?Wc shall, at tlie request of the heirs of Thomas Taylor, Jr., deceased, sell at public auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY the '.'Otli day of November, at -1 o'clock P. M-, that truly valuable and beautifully located RESIDENCE, situated as above described, containing eight rooms: kitchen, stable, &c., at present occupied by Mr. Thomas L. Preston. This property is justly considered amongst one of the most desirable residences In that portion of the city. The house is built of the verv lwst material. To any one dei-lriug a nice family residence, or to make a good Investment, we would invite their special attention. The lot has a front of -io by ifo feet to an alley. The terms or sale will be quite liberal, and announced at hour of sale. fto 23 LYNE & BROTHER, Auctioneers. REAL ESTATE AT I'RIVATE &AI.E. FOR SALE OR RENT, a desirable FAMILY" RESIDENCE, located on NinthBjjil street, a few doors Ixrvond M street, at present in : Uie occupancy of Rev. Mr. Henkle. The house con tains ten rooms, Including, three basement rooms, with gas and water on the premises. Applv to J.A.COLLINS, no 2fl-3t at the .National Bank of Virginia. By J. L. Appereon, Real Estate A sent, corner Main ami Eleventh streets. A DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE PRI VATELY, in the county of Hanover, about twelve miles from Richmond, and about half-mile of Kilby'a station, on iiichmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac railroad, containing ONE HUN DRED AND EIGHTY ACRES, fifty of which are cleared and set in clover, and about thirty acrcs of very fine creek land, well drained and nearly readv for the plough. A young orchard of about 2oo choice peach and apple trees beginulng to bear. DWELL ING of sLx rooms in a grove of lorest trees; kitchen, four rooms; stables and every other necessary out building?all nearly new; yard and srarden paled in, and cultivated land fenced; well of good water. Church, Ac., convenient. Altogether, a nice and attractive place; which I will sell low, together with MULES, HORSES, WAGONS.&e. Apply to J. L. APPERSON, no Vt-et Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. FOR SALE PRIVATELY.?We have for | sale privately several very desirable B USIN ESS STAND& on Hull street. Prices ranging from 82,000 to Also, several valuable VACANT LOTS on Hull street at *10 and upwards per front I foot. We also have a number of pretty PRIVATE RESIDENCES, containing from four to eight! rooms, in different localities. Several FARMS lying near Manchester, containing from 40 to 200 acres each.at prices ranging from s<oo to $1,500, with Im provements, ou liberal terms. MOODY A ROY ALL. oc 17 Manchester, Va. By Robertson A Bronaugh, Real Estate Acents and Auctioneers, Hull street opposite the court-house, . Manchester, Va. FOR SALE PRIVATELY, several very desirable HOUSES In the town of Manchester, suitable either for residences or for business pur pose-*, and any number of BUILDING LOTS In various jiarts of the town. Also, several FARMS in Chesterfield and adja cent counties, some of which are first-class estates, lying on Janu-s river above and below Richmond, at j prices exceedingly reasonable, oc 16 ROBERTSON A BRONAUGH. s ILVER WARE. SILVER SPOONS and FORKS, SILVER TEA SETS, SILVER DINNER SETS, SILVER PITCHERS, BASKETS, SILVER IIUTTER-COOLERS. Ac.. Ac. Manufactured by SAMUEL KIRK Jt SON, 172 west Baltimore street. Baltimore, Md. ALSO, DIAMONDS. PEARLS, WATCHES, JEWELRY. or 14-3ro VT.ATED WARE. ?EAKSVILLE (N. C.)COTTON YARNS. We are ready u> receive orders for LEAKS-1 VILLE COTTON YARNS, and have a supply of a's to 12's in store. Special balsa cau be pat up at alio** notice. no If A. V. STOJLKtt A CO? nPRUSTBE'S S ALE OF VALUABLE I BUILDING LOTS ON TWENTY-SIXTH. THIRTIETH. AND Q STREETS, 340 FKET BY 133 FEET TO Ifi-FOOT ALLEY.?By virtue of a deed or trust executed by J. E? Godoln to me. as trustee, Soaring date ;ist May, i%72, and recorded In tho clerk's office of Richmond Chancery Court. I will proceed to sell (being so required to do by the beneficiary secured tberelnJ, on MONDAY the 5th day of December, 1572, on the premises, at 4 J o'clock IJ. M., the REAL ESTATE conveyed In wild truxt deed?viz., *4 All that certain LOT or PARCEL OP LAND, lying and being iu the city of Richmond, designated by tbc Nos. 1 and 1. in square No. 20, bonnded by Twenty-ninth, Thirtieth, und streofs. each lot having a front on Twenty-ninth and Thir tieth streets of 173 feet by 132 feet deep to an alley sixteen feet wide "; it he I n#r a part of the real estate conveyed to Neil MeCurdy by Alexander Buther foord '& Brothers. ? Xekms: Cash sufficient to pay expenses of sale hud executing trust, and dlsclutrgca note for $?.'35.09, due 24th November. 1372; ujxjn a credit aa lo if!2i2.0S until 21th May, 1373; and a further credit upon $iU9J>5 until vnth November, IS12; the iwilance ppon such terms as the said Uoddiu may direct or the trustee think tit. The above property will be sold as a whole or divided into lots, as uiay be deemed advisable at the hour of sale. EDWIN A. SMMH, no 28 Trustee. Bv J. L. Apperson, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, corner Eleventh and Main streets. QO LOTS, ON RICHMOND. FREDE ds& RICKSliURG AND POTOMAC KAIL K< >AT>, FOR SALE AT AUCTION*?Will be sold wit hunt reserve, at mv office, corner of Eleventh and Main streets, on WEDNESDAY the 27th ot* Novemi-er. 187'.', at the hour of 12 o'clock M., THIRTY-TWO LOTS OF GROUND, fronting 30 feet each on Spring street, which leads from said railroad to the Sulphur spring, running l?ack 178 feet, and are a few hundred feet from Jennlngs vllle (Hungary station). Fare : To and trom Rich mond. one and a liaif cents per mile. Terms : At sale, and very liberal. A map of Hi* lots may be scon at my office. j'. L. APPERSON, Auctioneer. POS ii ON'ED to FRIDAY at 6 o'clock I'. M. no?s J. L. AI'PERSON. Auctioneer. By Grubbs A Williams, Real Estate A rents and Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and L'ank. C03IMISSL0NERi^~i?ALE OF REAL ESTATE AT TI1E SOL T! IK AST CORNER OF CAliY AM) SIXTH STKEKTS.-Kobkkt.so.v mrtnlis. vu. Fostkk and olj.?In ChesterUeJd Cir cuit Court, November term, 1^7 *.?In execution of said decree the un >erslgiied will sell at auction, I upon the premises, on FRIDAY, nth of December, at 4 o'clock P. M., the BRICK COOPER SHOP and LOT situated as above, occupied by Mr. Gary, and owned by the heirs of M. M. Robertson, deceased. The lot is 7s by loo feet. This property Is very convenient to the centre of I the city, and is valuable for business purposes, Tki:ms : One-fourth cash; balance at six, twelve, and eighteen mouths tot negotiable notes, with in terest added, and the title retained until the notes are paid. SO< RATES BROOKS, JAMES L. ROBERTSON", Commissioners. Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers. no 20 By Gfubbs & Williams, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. VALUABLE STEAM-ENGINE, MA CHINERY. Ac., Ac.. AT AUCTION?By re quest of the proprietors of the bark-mill at the corner of Arch and Ninth streets, wp will still at auction, upon the premisr* lalnecl, on FRIDAY, 23?h day of NovcinW, commencing at 11 o'clock A. 2* the entire- MACHINERY and FIXTURES iflft eln, consisting in part of Steam-Eugiue, forty flve-horse power; Huller, 2 Pumps, l Lathe, 2 Cylinders. 1 Bossing-Machtne, 2 Bark-Mills, l Bolt ing-Machine. 1 pair Burr-Stones (complete), 6 Tanks, 1 Water-Tank, 2 Condensing Tubs, 20 Tubs, 25 Leach Tubs, 4 Flavin Tubs, Contents of Black smiih Shop, Copper Pipe, Iron. 4U0 Rags, large lot of Lumber, 10,000 old Bricks,Office Furniture, Fire proof Nile. Copy-Press, Desks, Ac?v?e. The attention" of thuse int^Hstod In the bark j business, mcTlM?n'%auu otliers, ia specially invited j to th<r sale. terms: At sale. GRUBBS & "WILLIAMS, uo 15-15,16,10,21,23Atd Auctioneers. FOR RENT. P. S. The premises above referred to, 207 by 130 feet, with the various buildings thereon, and with or without the engine, Ac., are for rent. No more favorable opening for %pUu>lii?-rnlll. box factory, lumber-yard, or^tenlitul manufacturing purposes, can be fO?>nd. _I10 33 GRUBBS A WILLIAMS. By Grubbs A Williams, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VERY VALU X ABLE TE At T OF LAND, IN IIENRICO COUNTY ABOUT EIGHT MILES I'^LO^ THE CITY OF RICHMOND, ON JAMES RIVER, AT AUCTION.?In execution of the provisions of a ? deefj of trust from W ill lain 1>. Easley an?l wife ^ the subscriber, dated 2 th of May, l>TJ,anU naspfcgd I In Henrico County Coutt.oflkvJ; belhg thereto re qulred, I will hctj at auction, upon the premises, on mOXDVV. 2il of at 1- oclcvk M., a TRACT OF LAND sltuate<I as above stated, con; I tabling TWO HUNDREDAND NINETY-bEV.EN \C HI'S. bounded by the lauds of Seddon I .Aiken. Jackson F. Childrey, and ?>y James river, it being the same land asalened to the said grantors in <'i- j vision of the estate of John II. Llraffln, deceased. This Is said to be a very superior body of land, and worthy the attention of those wishing to purchase a really valuable l'arm. , . , TritMS: The deed authorizes a sale for cash, hut it Is probable that other and more accommodating terms will lie annouueed at the time of sale. LAW SON NUNNALLY, Trustee. Gttrnns & Williams, Auctioneers. no -L 15y Hill & Goddin, Auctioneers, No. 1104 Main street. TRUSTEES' SALE Oi? . STORtt AND JL DWELLING ABoVK;DN THE NORTHEAST WltNKK OF MAIN AND SECOND STREETS*. AND A DWELLING ON SECOND STREET NEAR MAIN STREET. AT AUCTION. ? My virtue of two deeds of trust?one dated '.'2d and the other the 2 Ith day of June, 1*72,-executed to the subscritiers by Alice Walsh to secure respectively the sums of ?2.000 and t?l.500. with twelve per rent, interest per annum, payable three yean* lrom the above 22(1 and 24tli days of June, l<*72. both recorded in the Chancery Court Clerk's office of Richmond eltv, beiuu required so to do bv the beneficiaries therein named, we will sell on SA'i URDA Y. Novem ber 30th. 1872. at 1 o'clock l\ M..ou the premises, the LOT OF GROUND named 1n The first deed, having thereon a BRICK STORE, With DWELL ING above, fronting twenty feet. 011 Main street and running along the east side of Secoud street slxtv-tlve feet. . . . Also, the LOT OF GROUND commencing stxtv llVO foot from the corner of Main and ticcona st m ts, fronting on Second street thirty-live feet and run- j ning tack twenty feet, having a BKItK COI I AGE thereon, named In the second deed. This property is In a most desirable portion of the citv, under good rental. , Tliiotsas to the tirst deed: Cash as to as much as will defray the expenses of executing this trust, paythe Interest on 3!.oo > from 22d of June, 1872, to j dav of sale, and make up any deficiency in the second deed to pay oil' the sum 01 $1,SOO; and a credit of $2,000 with interest at 12 per cent, per annum till June 22,1875: and the balance In such manner as Alice Walsh, or her representatives, may prescribe on day of sale. . ' Tvkms as to the sccond deed: Cash a* tv> as much as may lie required to execute the trust and pay off a bond of $t-Ooo with Interest from 24th Jnne, W72, to day of sale wltii interest at 12 percent. JOHN DlJNLOp, Trustee, no20 FRANK D. HILL.Trustee. By James L. Apperson, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. SPLENDID PROPERTY FOR SALE AT AUCTION.?At the request of the owner 1 will offer for sale at auction, ou the premises, 011 TUESDAY. December 10, 1672, at 12 o'clock 51., that extremelv valuable property known as the MONUMENT" HOTEL,and the LOT adjoining, with the wooden and brick buildings thereon. This property Is situated In the exact geographical centre of the city. Immediately opposite to the Capi tol Square. at the junction of Grac? and Ninth streets, ulrectly opposite to Capitol street, and un equalled for tne beauty of its situation. It has a front of 163 feet on the" west side of Ninth street 1 and Vi feet ou the north side of Grace street, and I three-fourths of the lot has a depth of ISO.feet, run ning back from Ninth street. The property is chartered, and may be taken by a 1 compauv in shares of $100, In which event the owner | will take a number of them. When the Chesapeake aud Ohio railroad, now nearly finished, shall be completed, there r.nist be ? Jirtst-cl/i&a hotcJ. on Shoekoe Hill, and thi3 spot is without a rival for it. Until preparations are made to build, the rental will keep down interest, taxes, &e. The property may be bought privately, and negotiations are iuvlted. TjchmS : Very liberaL no lD-dtds J. L. APPERSON. Auctioneer. By William R. Polk & Co., Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, No. lllif Main street, corner of Twelfth street. VALUABLE PROPER TY FOR SALE IN HARVIE?We will sell on MONDAY the second day of Decemlter next, at 4 P.M., at pub lic auction, on the premises, the LOT OF ONE AND THREE-QUARTER ACRES, with large building thereon, now used as a public school-house. The buildiuu Is 84 by 16 feet, two stories high, con taining seven rooms on the lower floor, only one toom above. 11 Is substantial aud in good order, aud can readily lie divided Into live tenemental The lot has a front of 120 feet on Amelia street, aud runs back tH5 feet on one Mde. Tcttus: One-third cash; Italance at 0 and 12 mouths, properly secured. WILLIAM R. POLK & CO., no H Auctioneers. By Gnibbs & Williams, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and flank. /COMMISSIONER'SSALE OF THE VAL VJ CABLE FARM KNOWN AS * EDGE HILL." ABOUT TWO MILES NORTH OF RICHMOND, ON THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD, NEAR MECHANIOSVILLE TURNPIKE, AT AUCTION-In execution of a decree of the Chancery Court of Rlchmoud en-1 tered November 19. 1872, in the c.v?e of Slrer r.*. Sizer and ah-. I will sell at auction, upon the premises, on WEDNESDAY, 4U? December, at 4 o'clock P. M.,the well-known FARM above referred to. It adjoin* Messrs. Edmond A Davenport (Strawberry Hill), unmes M. Carter, O. G. Conby, nud others. It contains 1C3 seres, ljIng oa both sides of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad. There Is upon It n dwelliug, brick and framed, with four?o*<m8, : nd several out-bulb: lug*. The situation Is among -t the most desirable In the vicinity of th* city, aud w.th some care and attention this may be made ft very valuable farm. It wlU be sold as a whole cr subdivided. Tkhms : Very liberal?to-wit, Cash only for costa of gull aud expenses of sale ; balance at tnrce, six, twelve, and ilghteen mouths for negotiable i oIca with interest added, nud title retained by the court until the notes are paid, JOSEPH LAN8 STERN* Cowmbwioner. 1 Gaoum> A Williams, Auctlvuwi*, n?o I v'xM Plait, win receive freight for tb? above pomill THCKBDAY the 28th Instant at 13 o'clock. Freight taken for all porta of Pennsylvania, New .lefisey, and Delaware, also for Norfolk, Bos ton,and New Orleans, ?t h>w rates. Ptattte to Prdla? delplila, Including meals and statwooro, $5. i Wi P. POBTifR. Agent, no 27-2t Xo, 245i& Dock street. X?OH NEW YORK.?Tbe Old JC Dominion Steamship Company1# ele-i pirl slde-wbeel ateanmhip NIAGARA, U> plain Ilr.vs), will sail FRIDAY. Novem>?r 29th, at-l o'clock P. M. Freight received until 12 31. Through bills of lading signed, and goodd for warded with dispatch to all points north. south, east, mid ws><t. Close connections made with CnnaM I.lne for foreign ports. Passenger accommodation* unsurpassed. Fare, $12; steerage, $4; round-trip UCUUS ??. For ft* no 27-21 Xo. 3 Governor Mreet. F OR BALTIMORE. POWHATAN* STEAMBOAT CO?pan1 Steamer STATE OF MARYLAND will Ieavehcr wharf on THURSDAY at 1 o'clock P. M. Freight received up to 12 o'clock AL Thursday. For freight or passage apply to no 27-2t WILLIAM P. BRETT, Agent. FOR NORFOLK, WaLlA3IS-A?J3L, BURG, AND REGULAR LAND-JtiK2?fc, ings ON* JAMES RIVER?The fast and commo dious rteamer PALISADE,Captain Oiiablkh N'kl SON'i having been thoroughly overlwuled, will re sume her trips OCTOBER 14th. leaving Richmond for the above points every TUESDAY, THURS DAY, and SATURDAY af A. M. Passengers for "Williamsburg land at King's Mill wharf. Freight received dally (Sundays excepted). Freight for way-landings must he prepaid. Through freight forwarded with dispatch. Train Ir-avo City Point for Petersburg Oil arrival of steamer. QC 12 D. If; ROGERS. Agent. TAMES RIVER STEAMBOATA^ O company. F<U*NEW york. PIilLADEIjPHIX. HkL TIMOR El NORFOLK, PORTSMOUTH, Aim ALL REGULAR LANDINGS ON THE JAMES river. Tim fast and elegant United States mail steamer john sylvester, Captain Z. C. tilKKORD, leaves company's wharf, at Koekett?, for the atx>ve namcd places on mondays* WEDNESDAYS, and fridays at 6j A. M., and returns on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoons at -I o'clock. Passengers connect at Norfolk with the old Bav Line steamers for Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Jfpw York. Truialeaves City Point for Petersburg oa arrival (>f steamer. Fare to New York $12 SO Fare to Philadelphia #50 F^re to Baltimore 6 00 Bare to Norfolk 2 SO Tickets on mdc at GARBER & CO.'S EXPRESS, 'and laijjgagc checked through. Freight received TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and saturdays for Norfolk, Portsmouth. iios too. Baltimore, and principal landings on Chesa peake hay. and ail regular landings on James river, at Reasonable hates. Freight received from 7 A. M. till 6 P. M> Freight for way-landings ltmst be prepaid. t. . . .. L. P. TATUM, General Agent. OiHce, Company 's wharf. ? ? . ? Rranch office, corner Main and Ninth streets; 1e 4 OFFICE OF POWHATAN' STKAMHOAT COMPANY, t September 2Ut, 187~ ) CONSIGNEES OF FREIGHT/ Kj by this line are hereby notified thatj on and after this date all freight arriving by t!rt;lr steamers, unless moved, within twelve hours aftor arrival, will ,te.,?^oved at their risk and expense. -? S*5unfeBarrive MONDAYS, THURSDAYS, and saturdays at 6 o'clock A. M. so 23 WILLIAM P. BRETT. Agent. VfATIONAL LINE OF ll STEAMSHIPS. 2SS WEEKLY TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVER POOL?FORTN IGHTLY TO AND FROM LONDON* DJRJKCT. ? ? From Plere Nes, 44? 5ld 4? North river. These steamships are the largest ix the Tit Am:. Cabiu passage 67o and SOS, currency. Steerage ; $2*, currency. Prepaid steerage tickets from Liverpool, Queens town, Londonderry, Glasgow, or London, $33, cur rency. , , For further information apply at the Company a office, No. G9 Broadway, F. W. J. IIURST, Jfcuuwwr* or to JOHN .W.. WYATT, Agdnt, oc 15 No. 3 Gflv^Vnor street, Richmond. Va. j^NCHOR LCSE STEAMERS..^ sailing EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, passengers booked to and front railway station* or seaports in England, Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmnrk, Germany, France, Holland. 1M glun), and the United State?. Cabin fare from New York to London, Liverpool, G lasgonr, or Derry, by Wednesday's steamer, $KW. By Saturday's steamer, $<;5 and *75. Excursion tickets, %l2o. All payable In currency. Passengers !>ookec! dibkct from Palermo, Genoa* Messina, and Trieste to New Yortc., ? ?. i Cahii\t4lj9;^t*eQig<s:f1& PaVablc In currency. FOi* further lnfol'inallon apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 7 Bowling Green. N. Y..or J. W. WYATT, Agent. jy 4 3 Governor street, Richmond, Va. FOB NEW YORK?OLD DO-^f MINK >N STEAMSHIP C( >MP A N The side-wheel steamships OLI) DOMINION, WYANOKK, ISAAC I'.ELL. SARATOGA. NI AGARA. ALBEMARLE, and HATTERAS leave New York for Norfolk, City Point, and Richmond every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY at 3 o'clock I*. M. Leave Hlchtuond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY, and SUNDAY at high tide. These ships are entirely new. They have elegant saloons, stale-rooms, and'lath-room*. The fare, accommodations, and attention arc nu? cmrpngted. . 4 i Close connections nnnjfc , wiUi stfeaweVs for at! southern anri Euipptia* ports. ? For further information. apply to JOHN W. WYATT, Ajwnt, my 29 No. 3 Governor street. Philadelphia, ric MOND. AND NORFOLK 8TEAM-ui3^fefesS? .SHIP LINK?FOR PHILADELPHIA TWICi A WEKlv Steamers NORFOLK. EMPIRE, nnd S. GREEN, composing this line, will leave Rich mond every MONDAY aud THURSDAY at 12 o'clock M., and Philadelphia every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at the same hour, alternately. Freights received dally (Sundays except**"}1, tV a't parts of Pennsylvania, New, JSrsfejr, UniJ Delaware, uls<> for Charleston, SStvaluiah', aud New Orleans, a.'Ul hl|ls of lading kigued through. Freight taken for Norfolk at moderate rate*. Passage to Philadelphia, Including meals and stateroom, W. P. POIiTKR, Agent. . No. 2425 Dock street. Richmond. WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO.. Agents, No. 12 Soutli Wharves. jrt 13 No. 14 North Wharves. Philadelphia. FOR LIVERPOOL AXD^fpt% OIJEENSTO VVN. INM A N LIN E OF^aa^feES* mail steamers, sailing from new YORK EVERY SATURDAY AND ALTERNATE TUESDAY?. KATE8 OF FA&iAGK: Payable in Gold. Payable in Currency* First Cabin *?.*> To London ho To Paris 0? Steerage..; *3* Td L'OCdfrnv. To Pads 35 F Tickets sold to aud from England, Ireland, and the Continent at moderate rates. For further information, apply at the Company'* offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, New York; or to JOHN W. WATT, Ageut. Je 24 Richmond. Va FlIRyiTCBR Ac. A ETHUR ROONE\Thas now ready M i\. for sale and ihiisliing the luu(>jinest Ufa suits of m CHAMBER, PARLOR, and DINDfG?ROOIl FURNITURE* of as good material aud workmanship, as can bo Bought anywhere. Uphohtering mattresses. bolster*, and pillows; and all kiude of high and low-pricea good* in su ck and made to or?'cr at very low proliU. Will satisfy all customers. Warerooins Governor aud Franklin atreets. no 8*> RANKHELFERT has removed to/ 1431 Main street, where he 18 enabled to! furnish tl? public with all kinds of low-priced FURNITURE, <specially in the line of' - CHAIRS, which because]! for northern city prica, especially childreuV fancy chair*. All kindso'FCR N1TUKE made to order, particularly EXTEN SION TABLES. no-gG-lro* HARWOOD & BITTER. GOVERNOR STREET. 1 We are now putting up elegant SUITS OFi CHAMBER. PARI,OR.and DINING ROOM' FURNITURE* made by the moi-t experienod workmen and of the best seasoned) timber. Before yon buy soe onr stock of BEDSTEADS, BOOK-CASES, BL R E A US, DESKS, TABLES. DIN JNG-TABLES, WAP.DkOBKS, CHAINS, SIDEBOARDS, LOOKING-GLASSES, ETAGER ES. FANCY CHAIKS, WASH STANDS, M ATTR ESSES, SOFAS. PILLOW*. LOUNGES* BOLSTERS, and a variety of other goods. m> X T AMES E. BRAGG, 201, corner Second h frCRNlTURE. which he U eellidk for cash as low ^.fa.'i^Jxinght in the city. Also on liand, MAT iKfeSSES or all descriptions of my owu make. I ('bolstering and Furniture repaired at the shortest notice. se Unfiii* n OOI> A.\P WAL / tOAL AND WOOD,?Best qtmlity of V.' ANTHRACITE COAL from $7 *nd *:.5o ?o iw.25 iter ton, delivered?liberal detiuctiou If deljv ered from vewei lu next ten day#. OAK an-.f PIN K WOOD and CLOVER HILL COAL at towest mar ket prices. No. *05* Grace street, or Nineteenth uud Cary streets. oo n CHARLES H. PAGE. ^NTHRAOITE COAL. A lar?e supplv of superior LE1HGH, f.<llN BERRY, aud LOCUST MOCNT VMilRAClTK CO A LS. A loo, < 'CM BERL AN D, lump ajiU averuge, said U? fx.- the best bituminous e*-al In ?iie. Anthracite carefully prepared and by w?m. .x. p. LATttKOP, an 9 Seventeenth stwyt, at uravvturitfre. Anthracite coAL.-For suit, .w tons Hall Brothers A LWs eeleUrated FRANK LIN COAL, theojuaUty of which cannot be Also, Gforxo's Crcei CumlH-rland Coal, Miolo?Wan and Clover H1R Lump and Hall Coal, ali of wlrivfc will he sold at the lorre-st narkcti rate. WIRT ROBERTS* Jyw eorowSeveotmith and JhhA <?r?ets. A LL KINDS OF JO]nV(>R^KATLY AT TWJC WWKATf !i r'