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| WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 32, 1873.
| , n I LOCAL MATTERS. [ Cost of Public Education. ? Superin % tendcot Jtuffoer, in response to a resolution, r yeporft tho wholo co?t of public educaMon ? for Vae yc.ur ending August 81, 1ST- (inclu ^ r dins unpaid balances) : To Sfa!<> Too<m:'}' T o <tls't To other .u funds fuisd*. fund?. sourcw. For.my of V - v UMiflrcr* . ?*7,H15 ? ? .... 52,i*l fis For j?y of couutr sw* perlntond* ....... M M \i For cxpeneoa of central & - ofllce e.MWJJ For district experts.. 549,101 ? ?.JM 22 Total 42^602 iZ 219,933 63 M3.U4 33 101,748 20 pr a errand total of $91)3,318.69. Deduct ?170,500 oG, the excess of value of public school ]>ropcrty in 1872 over that in - JS71, and we have asthe total cost for cur rent expenses $816,812.03. The total cost of public education in the State for tho year is less than the amount re ported, because it appeared evident in analyzing the reports of county superintend ents that some of them had charged to tho current year's account the liabilities for the yeir prcvi us, wh?ch were paid during the . Cnrreui year. This discovery was made too Ja?e to return the reports for correction. The unpaid balances due in the districts for a!l purposes at the end of the scholastic year 1S7C? *71 are given in table No. 2, aud suaimod up on page 187 of the report for that year, and are shown to amount to nearly $25,000. How much of that amount may have inadvertently been included in the re ports of the local* officer* as part of the ex penses of the next year tho Superintendent I euinot say, because he had not supposed the ' amount to be sufficient iy large to justify the trouble and expense of returning tho reports far correction, and then recalculating ail our .voluminous statistical tables after the results had been published. The report embodies statistics gathered from upwards of 4, ?K>0 school officers and teachers. In working over tho enormous mass of materials erroi-s are often discovered, the most of which are small and easily co rccted; but some cannot be rectified without the return of the jiapers. Had the confu sion existing In some reports with regard to the unpaid balances of the previous year been discovered in time the necessary cor rections would have been obtained ; but e.ven as the matter now stands the grand to tal cannot l>e affected materially by thcaccu-j racy. Strike oil' $15,000 lor the unpaid Ui lances erroneously included in the current expenses, then strike oil' the outlay for real estate an} the donations to schools irum out ride purees, we have a* the total cost of pub lic education to public funds about ?700,000 l'6r the year ending August 31, 1S72. s. ????????????? Sudden Attack of Paralysis.? Mr. John W. Fergusson, of the firm of Fergusson ? Kjjdv, printers, of this city, was suddenly stricken with paralysis yesterday about lo o'clock. Mr. Fergiinson went to work as U'Ual in bis office yesterday, and feeling somewhat indisposed he laid down for a few moment?, when he wa< suddeuly taken with this severe attack, from which lie was greatly relieved by the prompt attention of Dr. L. IJ. Edwards, who fortunately happened to be present at the time. Mr. Ver^usson was immediately taken to his residence, on the corner of Twenty-third and Broad street*, aud up to a late hour Inst evening was im proving. Bctued Alive ?At an early hour yester- j day utorning. while a nuraberof hands were engaged in digging out a culvert on Second l>cfwoen Clay and Marshall streets, a negro x man, whOMi name was not ascertained, was caught under falling earth and literally buried alive, liis fellow-workmen came promptly to his assistance, however, and it1 was not long before he was taken out, con BiikraUly bruised und cut. Medical aid was summoned, aud at lust accounts the injured uiau was doin.e: well. PKATn of a Wourny F no- man*.? Mr. John A. Mussen, tillerman of Company K. Fire Depnrtuient, died at 4 A. 31. yesterday, in the thirty-fifth year of his age, after two months' sickness. Mr. Mussen has been a devotod firemuu for many years, and was at all times willing to ri>k his life in the protec tion of the property of other*. He leaves a wife, but no children, to regret his death, ^aud it will be a dillkult task for the city to supply the place of so valuable a pilot of the hook-and-ladder truck. The funeral will tike place from St. James's church at 10 o'clock this morning. SBHf Convict Labor.? Tho bi'l offered by Mr. H PF C'lopton, of Chostertield, prohibiting the hiring of convicts to learn Htone-cutting and other trades, camo under tho consideration of the Committee for Courts of Justice of tho House on Montluy. On the motion to report the bill the committee stood equ tlly divided? live lor and five against. 'file bill is now on the calendar of the - House, and will be warmly pressed by its friends. Mortcary Rkfort.? The following Is the mortuary report for the week ending Satur day, February 8th, 1873, compiled from sex tons' returns received at the oflice of the Ii-jsrd of Health : Whole number of deaths in the city, 84 ; in addition, 2 still-bom were reported (white). Sex : Males, 13 ; females, 21. Color : White | males, 5; white females, 8; eolored males, 8; colored females, 13. Age: One day to thirty, 3; one month to six, 2; six months to twelve, 2; one year to three, 3; three years to five, 1 ; five years to ten, 6 ; ten years to twenty, 2 ; twenty years to thirty, 2; thirty years to forty, 3; forty years to fitty, 2; tifry years to sixty, 2; sixty years to seventy, 3 ; seventy years to eighty, 2 ; eighty years to ninety, 1 ; unkt.owu. 1. Condition : Single, 22 ; married, 6 ; widow ers, 1 ; widows, 3 ; unknown, 2. Nativity : United States, 33; unknown, 1. Local ity: Marshall Ward, 4; Jefferson Ward, 5; Madison Ward, 10; Monroe Ward, 4; Clay W'ard, 5 ; Jackson Ward, 3 ; Almshouse, 3. By whom certified: Regular practi tioners, 31 ; Board of Health, 3. Causes of death: Cauoer of uteri, 1; congestion of lung*, 1 ; consumption, 7 (white 3, colored " ^ .6} } convulsions, 2 ; debility, 1 ; diarrhoea? chronic, 2; liydrochepalus, 2 ; inanition, 1; measles, 2; old age, 1; purpura, 1; paralysis, 2; pneumonia, 4; premature birth, 1; "pri vation, 1 ; rheumatism, 1 ; small-pox, 1 ; tetanus, 1 ; unknown, 2. ; - Small-Pox Retort.? Office op the Bo ari> of Health, February 11, 1873.? Six cases of variolous disease have been reported for the week ending to-day ; of which three are femull-pox and three .varioloid. J. G. Cabell, M. D., President Board of Health. Sent to Chesterfield.? Miles Shields, ebarged with stealing about 575 worth ot weaiing apparel from Kobert F. Morris, of Chesterfield, was examined by the Police Justicc yesterday moruing and turned over to the authorities of Chesterfield county for trial. , Unmailablk Letters Remaining in the Richmond Post-Office February 11, 1873.? S. J. Wtwldridge, No. 604 Leigh street, - ^ Richmond, Va. ; Rev. W. S. Webb, Mo. 30 Jlible House, New York; William Logan, care of George H. Thompson, Morris oounty. ;r*. " ? ? ? 1 Ssep Catalooce. ? We have from Messrs. Allisou & AddisoD their seed catalogue and nlmnnac lor 1873. This is the best and most comprehensive book of its kind that we have seen. It contains many useful hints ; and directions for tl*e cultivation of vegeta ble#, when and bow to plant tbem,and a list isV tie most approved varieties in each class? those wldch have from experience proved ^ . t bcmsclvcs best adapted to our soil and cli jnate. Neither amateur gardeners nor those vvhoraise vegetables for profit should be with out* copy of this useful little boolr, which will . J>P given to any one desiring a copy. Messrs. ' ; v AtUbo & Ad<Ji?on have the , reputation of ^^Jtteplpg the beat .and freshen seed* in the MMP 0. & o. R. Hi **?W ' The Celebration This Evening. 0?.\CXAL ?U8?EXSlOX OF Bt'SlXEftS. PROGRAMME OF CEREMONIES. ?lc.? Ac., tie-, AC. The final arrangements for 5?iir?alizinpr the arrival in tbi? city of the first througn freight train from Huntington, \Y est \a., over tijo Chesapeako ?nd Ononn trowel, which will reach tho city at 4 1 . M.,navin0 been completed, that great event in the com mercial liistorv of Richmond will take place this afternoon, and the demonstration, we fee! assured, will beonc which will do credit to our people, al! of whom should (onsidcr the importance of the occasion and hcartil} cooperate in everything thai will make the celebration a grand success. rROORAM.ME or CEREMONIES. The programme embraces a military and civic procession, com i>oscd of the Fir-t Vir ginia regiment, Fire Department (who will acta? an escort to the members ol' the Ciiy Council and other city official-), the ( lum ber of Commerce, Tobacco Association, Corn and Flour Exchange, and other organ ized bod i cp, as well a* citizens generally who may sec fit to participate. Upon the arrival of the procession at t!io Chesapeake and Ohio dej ot the military and firemen will occupy such position as the Chief Marshal (General Peyton Wise) may direct, ami the civic part of the procession will be dismissed in order that those who desire to witness (ho arrival of the try In and the ceremonies as well as hear the speaking, may select tho most advan tageous places. 8PEAKIXG AND SPEAKERS. A large platform will be erected on Broad street, which will be occupied by the speak ers for tho occasion, invited guests, Commit tee of Arrangements, and representatives of the press. Addresses wiii be delivered by Governor Walker, his Honor Mayor Keiley, General Wiekham, vice-president oi the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad; Thomas W. McCance, E-q., president of Chamber of Com m croc ; Hon. John J?. Baldwin, oi Staunton; and General Joseph R. Anderson. Previous to the speaking, prayer will be offered by Rev. Or. M. O. IJoge. ifsraNSiON or dcsine&s. It has been generally agreed by the mer chants and business men of Richmond that business will be promptly suspended at i o'clock and the stores closed, In order lhal ail may take part in this great demonstration. The workshops, too, will doubtless suspend operations, and the mechanics will thus l;e enabled to add their strength of numbers, and welcome to the East the fir.-tcf the trade which must flow over this great line of rail road. TlTE STONE-CUTTEi'S. We understand that that splendid body of men. the stone-cutters who are engaged on the Government work near the city have been specially invited to take part in the ceremonies, and have signified their accept ance of the deserved compliment paid them. They number about six hundred, and then presence will form an important and strik ing feature of the procession. Many secret societies will also join the line and take part in the interesting ceremo nies. TflE ARTILLERY. The guns which will be used by the Rich mond Howitzers in the celebration w ill reach the city this morning from Washington. The Secretary of War, Mr. lie] knap, has very kindly tendered them to the city, and doubtless he appreciates the important event which their salute will noise abroad. When it was first expected that they would bo got ten from Fortress Monroe, Mr. L. P>. Tatum, agent of the Jimes River Steamboat Com pany, promptly offered to run the Sylvester over to tho fortress, bring the guus to Ric h mond, and return them free of charge. Rii? Messrs. J. 1>. Gentry, of the Richmond, 'Fred ericksburg and Potomac road, and E. L. Duborry, superintendent of the Washington and Fredericksburg road, have also shown the right spirit iu this matter, and through their courtesy and the prompt action of Mr. R. E. Rlankcnsbip, who had i lie matter in hand, ihe artillery will reach Richmond and be returned to Washington without any cost attending tho transportation. Late Sunday night, fearing that the De partment at Washington might not be able to furnish thegunsand ammunition in time, Mr. Blankcnship telegraphed lo Colonel Walter II. Taylor, Stale senator from Nor folk, who was at that time visiting his home, stating fears of the possibility of nut getting the guus from the Secretary of War. Colonel Taylor at once gave his personal attention to the subject contained in the telegram, and, with tho assistance of Captain John A. Post, of the steamer Sylvester, brought to the city last evening two mountain howitzers and one hundred rounds of ammunition. The guns will be handled by old Howitzers and other veterans in this line of service outside of thd regularly-organized battery which comes from Washington. Captain Carter, of the Howitzers, request all artillerymen who are not attached to the Richmond battery to report at the armory of the Howitzers at 1 o'clock P.M. to-day to assist iu manning the section from Norfolk, as these guns have been unexpectedly re ceived, and will require an additional num ber of gunners. Tho artillery display will doubtless be the finest ever witnessed in Richmond, and will accordingly bo oue of the most interesting features of the occasion. A lurge number of horses will be needed in moving the guns Citizens have been applied to for them, and it is hoped that ail will eheerfully respond. One battery will be located on Xavy Hill, and the other on Strecker's Hill, both of which, upon the first sighting of the traiu, will commence firing a salvo of one hundred guns each. The city bells, as well as those of many of tho churches, will take up the joyous sounds, aud commence a general ring ing. The Chief of Police will detail an ample force of our exeellent city police to preserve order, and as all other arrangements are so complete the afl'air will doubtless, toaie ofl' most successfully. Corn and Flour Exchange.? The mem bers of the Corn and Flour Exchange, 1 y request of Mr. L. D. Crenshaw, president, will meet at 8 P. M. at the Exchange, to take part iu the Chesapeake and Ohio celebration. The Nt"w Lliun School Buildixo.? The contract for building the new high school for the city has been u warded to George & William Gibson, who are to finish it com plete for the sum of ?-0,5(j0. Work will be commenced at once. The lot upon which the building will be erected is situated on the south bide of Marshall street between Eighth and Ninth. The building will be fifty by eight y-fivo feet, with three stories besides the grouud Uoor. The latter will be devoted to play-room*, coal aud l'uruace-rooms, clos ets, &c. The first principal story will con tain the ofliees of the superintendent of schools, of the eehool board, aud of the sec retary of the board, besides recitation-rooms. The second story will have four recitation roomr", philosophical and chemical apart ments, aud cloak and retiring-rooms. The third story will contain a large assembly ball, and ante-rooms to be used for school purposes. The front elevation will be handsome and in keeping with the dignity of the high school of the city. The front will be finished with stock-brick and fiuely ornamented. Granite flights of steps, front and rear, will lead to the main entrance ; and there wlil be a handteroe belfry 011 the tront. All the windows will have granite sills, aud the building will be fire-proof throughout. Tkimty Steeple.? The congregation of Trinity church have determined to finish the work upon the steeple of their church, which was suspended when the war broke out. The church edifice had just beeu fin ished, but operations upon the Spire had an end with tho aoa>me&?4tBet>t tf tho war. PMPgtW? - IT, ?? Portrait op Gkskb ui S|mw?K$ *ofth\l iraiT Stcast.-Mm. Q. G.Winja^on, of tW? I city, lias pbced in the I Stat section an oil-port ratt of Gemg^? W ton by Hint celebrated orUst GU^rtStuart. There has been some doubt existing omo ^ c oomoisseitra of the hue a^*- orfulual time nnst as to the mimber of the ordinal pilntini of Washington by Um-J-JJ liMid It Is said by those who proress to '?now that there were only three original n?i;,tin"S of the u Father of his Country by ?i?'St 0.ic wa< destroyed by the painter before its completion on inaccuracy; one is at present in the Boston ?Mhcnxum, having been bought and deposit ed there after passing through various hands; and the other, which was ]?inted for the Marquis of Lonsdown, is now somewhere in Burope. There were also several copies taken by Mr. .Stuart from these originals, and it is thought, in accordance with the above account, that the picture deposited by Mrs. Williamson is one of these copies. As there are no positive records, however, to authen ticate beyond doubt the foregoing account, we are inclined to place much confidence in the fact averted by the owner of this one that It is an original painting. Anything connected with the history of one ol these valuable portrait? >v ill no doubt he interesting to the lovers of the tine arts, and we therefore take the occasion to give the history of this one as received from the family into whose possession it ?time: Mr. Thomas Williamson, of .Norfolk, Va., for many years cashier of the old Virginia Hank at that place, and who devoted much of his time and a large sum of money to the collection of many valuable paintings, Arc., was presented with the ubo\c poi trait ol Washington by the well-known painter Dunlap, who was a favorite pupil of Stu art's. This painting was in course of com pletion hI the time of Mr. Stuart's death. and was left bv him to his friend and pupil Dun* lap, by whom it was presented to Mr. Wil liamson, and by him to the present owuer. At tile time of its presentation to Mr. Wil liamson, Mr. Duniap stated that it was an ortninal painting by Mr. .Stuart, aud as such it was handed down to the present owner, in whose possession it has been for nearly thirtv veais. When it came into Mr. Dun* lap'spossession it was entirely finished with the exception of the drapery, which was added l.?v t hat painter. Mr. Duolap refrained from touching any part of the head for fear, ::s he said, of injuring its pcrfcct resem blance, and only added the drapery. Inde pendent of this direct and conclusive testi laony, the portrait itself heirs the unmis takable stamp of the genius of the immor tal Stuart. This portrait, which has upon it the dust and marks of ages, though not enough to hide ils true merits, should be re touched and newly framed. We understand that this will be done at an early day. It i- a most valuable acquisition to the] memory of the honored dead of our old Commonwealth, and with the many other pictures in the Library which represent the genius and nobility of the old ??tatc should tie guarded aud preserved with a jealous cart?. lyjcRY to a Prov.ine.nt Citizen*.? Colo nel William K. Tanner, of this city, who was returning home from a trip to the North, attempted to jump from the 'J 1\ 31. Frede ricksburg train yesterday as it was passing into the tunnel, and in the aet ho fell, and was seriously and painfully injured in the shoulder lie was immediately taken to his resident*?, where prompt medical treatment was rendered. At a late hour la^t night he was doii:g v* ell. FLECTION* CF PROFESSOBS OF THE AGRI cfLTt'HAT. College.? At a meeting of the board oj ilii- institution, held last night at it;o Exchange Hotel, Mr. J. \V. C. Davis, of | Westmoreland county, was elected to lid the chair of ::griculture,and Dr. Eizry, of Fau quier county, to that of technical mechan ics . Milting or State Crkpitors. ? There will be a prepuatory meeting of the creditor-" of j the State, in r< sp;.!use to a resolution of the General cmbiy passed some tune ago, at the Exchange Hotel to-night at 7i o'clock. Members of the legislative committee will also be pi es en i. Nl/w y.AT OF V IKlilMA AND WEST VIRGINIA. Mr. Charles L. Ludwu', of this city, liasmo.-t seasonably published a new map of Virginia and West, Virgin h from late surveys l?y Commodore Maury. Tnis map seems lo lie quite accural e, and i> the first to present the corrcct line of the Chesapeake and Ohinriil roarl as laid down by Chief Engineer Whit comb, together with the names of the sta tion-; from White ?Sulphur to Huntington. iCach purchaser of one of these maps re ceives :|.-o a map of Richmond. For sale by J. T. Eliyson, 1 L12 .Main street. Xota?v Public Appointed.? The Governor has appointed Mr. D. J. Paine u not..ry pub lic in Fauquier county. Dr. Persons, tub Great Magnetic Phy sician, iias arrived in this city, and publishes a card in another column. lie conies in dorsed by a large number of physicians, min isters of the gospel, and other well-known public men, Hud by many southern editors. If he performs in our city one-tenth of the remarkable cures lie is said to have per formed elsewhere he will be hailed as a pub lic benefactor. Den Fueisciiutz.? -The Thentro will be thrown open a. train to-morrow evening, on which occasion the charming opera of Dcr Fieisclmtz will be presented by the Gesang vercin Virginia, nn amateur musical associa tion of this city. Judging from the rapid saie of reserved seats the house will be crowded a.id the society properly rewarded for their excellent training ax well as trouble aud expense incurred to present the opera successfully. It will be repeated on Friday evening. Caitl. The undersigned, president and vice-pre sident of the Petersburg Savings and Insu rance Company, were opposed to the recep tion of the dividends said to be due the com pany on 200 shares of Petersburg R ailroad stock, but were overruled by a majority of the Board. D'Af.ct Paul, A. G. McIlwaine. What bus Become of Our Taxes ? Port Mayo and Fulton, i February 11, 1873. Editors Jiichmond Dispatch : Gentlemen, ? Permit me to call attention, through the columns of your valuable paper, to the miserable condition of the streets in this section. 'In lSt:7 this section was annexed to the city of Richmond. One of the condi tions .of annexation was as follows: The taxes colleeted tor three years shall be spent on improvements in the section annexed. How this part of the contract has been ful filled 1 will endeavor to show : Since 18(jT we have received a few gas-lamps, three loads coal-ashes for sidewalks, and about 100 yards of stone guttering. A few weeks previous to the la-t municipal election the city sent us a plough, and in a few days our then bad enough streets were turned up, and have since remained in the same condition. It is to-day almost impossible to haul half an ordi nary load ou any street in tLis section. Alter i waiting patiently for live years for the pro mised improvements the property-holders have determined to take steps to see if we have any rights that the City Council is ! bound to respect. We have complied with our part of the contract by paying the taxes assessed by the city, and receiving nothing iu return. * Tax-Payek. Read Dr. Persons advertisement. MANCHESTER ITEMS. Chesterfield County County? Judge James 11. Car.? The February term of this court promises to be a lengthy one. The graud jury found true bills against the fol lowing parties: John S. Taylor for burglary amd in two cases for grand larceny : William Pemberton for ]>etit larceny ; Thomas Krowder for assault and battery; Richard Watkins for maiming; Lawson Patteson for felony ; A. G. Elam for assault and battery ; Horace Bulkley for obtaining money under false pretences. The ease of John S. Taylor (colored), In dited a* above; wa? tint called* aaJ; aftar hearing testimony and argument of counsel, the case was submitted to the jury, who returned a verdict of guilty and assessed bis punfahnient at seven years' confinement in the penitentiary. Counsel for prisoner asked for suspension of sentence in order to sub mit motion for a new trial ; which request was g mn ted. A large amount of civil business has hern tran?aetcd, and decrees agreeable to notes tiled granted in the following chancery cases : Flournoy vs. Bowles, IV. T. Perdue vs. Hooper et al?., Stegar et als. cs. Hatcher's widow's hcir->, Carrington ct als. vs. How lett's administrator, Crump vs. Crump's ad ministrator, Dyer's heirs vs. Dyer. When your reporter left, the court"waa en gaged in the consideration of the ease of Lawson Pattcson (colored). Indicted for an attempted outrage upon the person of a young lady. Ex-Governor Henry A. Wise is counsel for the prisoner. Thecnurt will meet this morning at 11 o'clock. The health of Judge Cox is better than for sometime, and it is his desire to clear the docket if pos sible. More thou the usual amount of busi ness has thus far been dispatched. Destruction of Bridges.? From John Murphy, Esq., supervisor of Dale township, your reporter learns of the destruction by the heavy rains of the bridge at Bradley's mill, and the one known as the county bridge, on the road to the old court-house, and both on gwift creek ; also <jf Gates's and Cotton's bridges, on Falling creek,and of the reported loss of .Martin's bridjre. The mat tor has been brought to the atteution of his Honor Judge Cox,- and of Socrates Brook*, !?><!., president of the Board of Supervisors, and immediate attention will be given it. All of t hoc bridges crc in Dale township, and by their loss the people are cut oil' from com munication with other sections of the county. Police Court ? Justice Footc presiding. ? James Waddill, an old offender, was yester day sentenced to twenty days' imprisonment in the count v jail for stealing wood. Wad dill is a well-known thief, and some years since was dangerously wounded while en gaged in his favorite pastime 'oi chicken stealing. Heal Estate Soi.n.? Messrs. Moody & Boyall, auctioneer.', have sold several desira bic tracts of country land during the session of the court. The prices received indicate a decided advance. Lecture To-Xight.? The lecture of Bev. Mr. Lumpkin at the Methodist church will be delivered to-night on the subject of next Sabbath day's school lesion. Read Dr. Persons';, advertisement. Airtiox sam;k this mi. On alt sale# nf real estate mail v. bit in re 1} t!iv U/ of Jaw wry and wth nf June th<- taxes far tha pr> - sent i""i r hare to hr paid by the purchaser. On nil fail fx iii'irlr between thi \*t of July anil last vf the year the f ixes ha >:t tu be paid by the siller . ORCBDS A WILLIAMS will M?li at 11A.M., on Locust al!?v. 3'i.ooo o'd bricks, scautiing. Ac. Hex Cottkeli., corner M.vtii ant> Bamn bank. chii furnlrli our citizens with any kind of f;icl, and cspcciaiiy coi't cokc. which we consider the best fuel for cooking-stoves in t!i& market. Pembroke Shirts ? The justly celebrated Pem broke shirts nmlc to onW.ar.d perfect fit guaranteed in .-ill case>. liy 1!. B. St'ENCE & SOX. !300 M:iiu street. BKX COTTRKLL. t Oil NEK NINTH AND BASIN bank, ke-^ps the Ti-ry best ?? Bon franklin " e-'gand s'ove anthracite cod. Also, neit o.;k and pine wood? sawed and split. The largest and he~t selection or valen tines in the ciiy can he foimdat C. F. JOHNSTON'S, pi 3 Main rlnef. Pissoi.vtion. ? The. concern of TI. L. ?ala movsky .v Co. hit"; been dissolved. r?ee advertise ment in another column. l'NTIJ'E fc'lOt K or Fu:s atCot.? P. Wkimcer it <'o.. in order not to c :rry over any old e'.ock of furs t<> next fCMsyst, will cluse out i.vtrythingln : hat line at cost. Fui:s AT Cost.? P. WEISKSEK .V; Co. have some very handsome cd'.s. Any oue wi ?hing to buy :i' bar gain can do so now, as they are positively Lei ling their entire stock at cost. A S^U ARE BUMNE^S H0U?I5.? Ev*t -i urn as suming control of J he Journal, '?(.?have hid dealing? with the advertising firm of Oeokuk 1\ Kowkll & CO.. 11 Park liow, New York city, and h:ivo i'?mj n?l tii'-m Ju't, upright, nii'i honorable gentlemen in every nif tinct;: just such men as it is a pleasure for ! crsons wishing to ii'l vc*fl I -?? or newspaper men to do business with. We cltecrfidly recommend them to ilio-c wishing to make their wants known through the press.? Jtocl'fnrd (111.) Journal. fiUvrovrpF.it Tf.as -very fine? W. D. Bemh ?fc CO.. Ninth and Main greets. "D Select w Whiskey? a pure medicinal arti cle. W. I>. Blair ..<? <'o., Ninth ami Main streets'. ADVERTISING IV 1 1 U.V1 1 N'GTOV. ? The newspa pers published in Huntington havn nn e.\lonslve circulation through tin- country which is opened lo Richmond by t)i<! completion of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad. M. Eu.Y'On ,'c Co. are authorize 1 to make* contracts for advertising in both papers at low ratos. Jon I'oiwi N'.. ? V.'e ca!l Hie :?lt*nt!on of mcr. chants, clerks of courts >hi'riil? lav ycrs. rat broad, ;toait;d)l]> mid canal otflccrcaudai;cuU>. and all others havint; on!?irs for printing. to tin- fit.'llp.k* otfercd a! (he Dl>TATC!I PRINTING r.STAtlJJ-nMKN I for il?* prompt ami faithful execution of all klnds of .loi; Puivti V(i. We cm furnish at short notice Card*. Rill-Heads, Letter-Heads. Programme*, J'.ali Tleki;t>. Planks, Pamphlets, Tagn, ITand-l'ilK Catalogues Bills of Faro. Show-Hills, Check?, Drafts, Ac., X:. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dm FltKlSUlUTZ LIBRETTOS AT C. F. JOHX STON'e. Look out top. the Chesapeake and oiiio Ua ilroad train, but don't forget Axiom's is the place for line con feel loncry. 1 licit E WE ALL GO TO AVTONfS to get S0I1K' JtlkV pears. 1 1 L* it it All ! the train on ihe Chesapeake and Ohio railroad Is coming, Out ANTON I has already come with his sweet oranges and Malaga grapes. IF Y0C A11E 1IUNCHY TO-DAY just stop at AX TOXfS and gel a good dinner. T?ie tlace for a good investment Is at Ax toni's confectionery. ANTONI lias fine gum and chocolate drops. Remember, ladies, that Anton i*s saloon Is the place tot'ot good eating. Tu it e Mountain* Rye Whiskeys, from Foster & Co.'s (formerly Stuart's) distillery, at Hose- 1 lmiks. Augusta county, Va. These superior WII1SKEYSARE NOT ANEW EXPERIMENT, Out the production of the former maker of the celebrated ??Riley" whiskeys, to which they are fully equal if not superior In purity anil distillation. I offer them to the trade at distillers* prices, being sole agent j for their sale in this city. E. Courtney Jenkins, Wholesale Lbpiov Defter, No. 113 south Fourteenth street, below Cary. Pictures. R E E 8 ,fc Co., Main near Ninth street. Cords, $'2.50 per dozen ; Lui-ge size. framed, s}t2. Oi l pictures copied at reduccd rates. _ LOST, STRAYED. Ac. STRAYED FROM HUGUENOT SPRINGS last Thursday night TWOigSL. COWS? one a red and white with a short tail and ? one eye; the other a small cow with a white spot In forehead and very long tail. A reward of FIVE DOI.LARS will lie'jsiven for any Information that will lead to their recovery. STANTON .IASPKR, fe 12-lt* No. 1403 west Cary street. STRAYED, froui the liesid of J3road ?>? r? street, oa Saturday night last, a BROWN HORSE, four years old; had on saddle and bridle. A suitable reward will be paid for lib return to Turner & Co.'u stable"*, on Franklin street. _?e lt-at* JUHN B. DAVIS. LOST, on Sunday nfetit, between the cor ner of Clay and Sixth streets and the First Presbyterian church, a BLACK M Kiel No DOU BLE SHAWJL. The Under will be liberally re warded bv leaving the same at the Dispatch office fe ll-3t* TOJEIN A.SLOAN (formerly op Charles ?/ T. Worth am & Co.), MERCHANDISE HR<? KKIt AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. '2 COLUMBIAN BLOCK. RICHMOND, VA. References.? Lubtia. Tuyior & Williams, bank ere, 4Mslw;?ud: A. Y. Stokes Jb Co., Richmond, Va. : Thomas Monaban, president Fulton National Bauk, New York; Hugh Jenkins & Co^ Baltimore, Ma.; i>. C. Woods A C-o., Baltimore, Md.; E. H. 8klnker<fc Co.. New York. |ai*-lm OOK AND JOli WORK NEATLY B By Grubbs Sc Williams, Auctioneers and Heal Estate Agent*, Eleventh between Main and BankEtrcela. on nnn old bricks, scantllyg, OU5' /UU JOIST. FRAMES. OLD IKON, &?., Ac., TO UK SOLO AT AUCTION, upon the preml thealfey between Franklin. Main, and Wall street*, and Locust ?IJry, on WEDNESDAY", 12th of February, at it o'clock A. M. Those who intend building should attend. TKltMb : Cithlj. GKUBBS & WILLIAMS, fo 10 Auctioneers. RJEA L ESTATE . ACJEX TS. jjeal estate agency. * IIILL & OODDIN. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUC1 IONF.ERS, No. 1108 Main- ijTnKKr, Richmond, Va. Valuable FARMS In everv section of the State; STORKS, DWELLlNG-HoUSES.and BUILDING LOTS. In the most Improving portions of the city, for sale. ? IJOI'sF.s and LANDS rented or leased. Special! attention to tin! collection and prompt remittal oi l rent.-s. LOANS NEGOTIATED on real est-.te In | the city. I Thankful fur past favors, we respect rally ask from our friend* a ? ontlnuar.ee of tli*ir patroimge, and, with increased facilities, promise in U:>.' future. a?? in the past, strict attention to all busiuess entrusted to our care. FRAVK D.HILl, t'c-il-am EDWARD 0- GODDIN. JN consequence of the many inquiries made of them by English gentlemen relative to s-t- I tllng in Virginia, Messrs. BENGEK, CLARKE 3c CO.. of Glendower, Albemarle county, hav deter minud t<> open an office as I. AND AGENTS, and will bo to hear irom gentlemen having land for 4.. 4 n,., * dis 11 be slad to near irom genuemen junnig mini ?? posd. J* * I KISAY< LVt'ATK AT PIU VATE *A I.E. TTOIt SALE PRIVATELY, three fiue,$ -IT LARGE WAREHOUSES in Common iallsii Block. No*. 1211, J1213, and 1215, on the south side | of (my between Twelfth and Thirteenth street;, each fo::r stories besides cellars ; built within a few years p:u?t in the most cub.tantlal, convenient, and complete manner for large and heavy business. A rare opportunity is presented to those wanting such properfv, tJUs being In the business ecntre of the 1 eitv.and convenient to tho water and rsdlroad 1 i : 1 cd. Apply to J. L. APPERSoN. to ll-Vw Real Estate Agnit. ?fcc. j^OR SALE, BRICK HOUSE at north-*?* ??net corncrof v.-jji Clay autl GRmersircoU sewn rooms. BRICK HOUSE 011 Ninth street north of I eJgh : ton rooms. BRICK STOKE and DWKLLING, i-lne rooms. Broad between Adam* and t*i>u.-hei' strteJ.* : a tins LOT adjoining, with \ery 1 irge brick sta'.lo, otiice, &r. Valuable LOTS In all Improving localities. Profitable investments alwavs on hand. J. THOMPSON KiloW.V, Real Estate Agent, J 135 Main nt:o"t, fe lo-lw opposite Diapa'dt. I70R SALE, thai moat desirable NEW*#"-* J- BRICK RESI D E \ CE, coutai nli'g On )oms ? with gas and waU r-H.vP.u as, on southwest corner or I Grace and Shafer streets. The present and pros pective Improvement of thin locality renders It the most dedraoie of the citv. .1. THOMPSON BROWN, Real Estate Agent, 1115 Main street, fe 10-1 w opposite JJifspu'th. l7(7u SAL PI, a li>st-ela*s RRR'K RKSI- /*jj[ X DENCE on Ninth between ( lay and I.el.L-hiiiii'i streets, now occupied by Mi.J?-r Turplu. '1 h!-; is one of the tiest-bnllt and arranged houses in the city, containing all modern inn rovements 'IHOMPSON BROWN. lP-al Estate Agent, fe to-lw 1115. opposite Dispatch. <^TOP PAYING RENT.? For a small 3$ O amount In cash and balance in monthly In-iiiii stalmeut."* I will ee'i 2 BRICK HOUSES; seven rooms; g:?s and water. 1 BRICK HOUSE; five rooms; west Leigh. 1 BRICK-AND-KKaME HOUSE; six rooms; writ Marshall. J. THOMPSON BROWN, Real Estate Age:;r, fe to-lw 1110. apposite />; s,."itch. E OCSE6 FOR SALE. A number <>f neatlv-built BRICK and FRAME SMALL HOUSES, desirably located. Several MEDIUM-SIZED IHV l-'I. LINGS, c ru tially located and conveniently airaufc I. A HANDSOME BRICK RESIDENCE In the' most fashionable part of the city, wilti all the mod ern improvements a?d convenient: s. for sale pri vately upon reasonable terms. A pt lv to RICHARDSON & <??.. Rval l -t itc /igi Li)3 ami Anetloue> r>. fc 5-;ot 1 113 .Main slitct. TTTEHAVE FOR SALE SEVERAL*?* f T VI- I; Y Dl lloUsES. ill nel;dihorhoo'.Is and confident b>f!'.c 1 i ???-> ?';!?>! ? ? oftheelly. Also, a ntnn!.e:-o(' eheip HI" J 1. DING LOTS. BATES A WARREN, Real Ei tate A?<v.?s. ft: f>- iW.M.^R Eleventh aii'i ^.>nk -tree?. 170R SALE PRIVATELY, SEVERAL -I- TiIA< TS OF LAND, contain lite from *00 to l.uoo acres <?;?,<?)). l>i ;ivil\ tinn-ered. near Rice*.- f < tlon. V: Sell :u ? 'ii* I ;ind Petersburg railroad. 'I illilu two miles rj JiitiK'M rivr. < he^terlleld county. For terms an*! iiiicc. aptdv n> MOOOY & ROYAL I., office comer Sevmthand Hull -tree!.-, fe 4 Manchester. Va. pA RMS A XI) T I 31 I> !?: R L A N L>, lis Chesterfield count v, for Kiin at prices ewwSi'i.'ly reasonable by ROBERTSON & MR' 'NATJGII. fc 1 Manchester, Va. j T70R SALE I? R I V A T E L Y . valuable I 1/ WATER-POWER mi the north side of Jame.* river near the buslne.'? cenlre-of t !:?: city: lot front ing f>ij) feel. extending from Teuth street eas'. - wardly, \*r ir h tlaoi, granite walls u<v r. ? . crucU >u < i buildings, &c. A). plv to J. L. APPERSON, fi^l-l>'t ^ _ Kcal Ivtat-.' Agent. WNERS OF FARMS O 11 COUNTRY PROPERTY dcslrlns to sell or exchange, by ?nillng full particulars and a 1'lm ofi^t.i an have them advertised and otherwise negotiated without incurring any further expense uniil budi.css I effected. CommR-Ion. per cent. JOHN S. EWEN. Real Estate Broker, ja 2-l-lin 30 N.v-can street, New V<i k. 0 G IKS IT I1.4NCE I OM SMS I ES. I RE AT V/ESTERN L\SURAN?.E COM PANY, OF NEW ORLEANS. ASSETS 1ST JANUARY. 1873. S27S,C9I.G7. $10,000 In United States Bonds deposited with Trea surer >.f Virginia. Policies lulled on BU1LDINOS, 3IERCHAN DlSE, and other Insurable propeitv. J. It. MAJiTl'N. Manager. 100 Main street. Nori't Ik, Va. COl'LLING .t MEADE, Agent*, 1001, corner Bank aud Tenth streets, fe 11?2H1 Rl- lnnond. Va. rjMIE VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM PA N Y. CHARTERED ll\W. CAPITAL... S20O.CGO. SURPLUS.... ?120,000. ASSETS ?320,000. Tnifc Company fays honest losses, ult i:c-| SISTS EVIDENT F BAUDS. I.S NOT Tills RIGHT ? OFFICE, No. 1015 MAIN STREET. W. L. COWARDIN, President. William Willis, Jr., Secretary. fe ic-2w Royal f r re insur a nce com pa n y > OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON. CAPITAL 510.000,000. Deposited with Treasurer of ViriNuia. ?-?o.oo<i. IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 0> LONDON. CAPITA I $#.000,000. Deposited mIIIi Treasurer ot Virginia. fc.W'Oy. Shareholders personally p-sponsinic for rl:c obli gations of the above eoni panic. Representing the above, staunii old English eon. panics, we solicit the patronage oi Uie puidl'* u;kh their un?iuestlon.il?le security, prompt and lib ra! settlement of ail claims and )i??avy lncou>e. JOHN H. CLA1UORNE ,t CO.. Agf-nts, No. 110s Main street. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM PAN x, OF NEW YORK. CASH ASSETS OVER ?30,000.000. Cash dividends declared in January of each year. Premiums payable annually, semi-annually,' and quarterly. The oijjest, LABOEbT, and citKAfBST cotnpauy lu the United States. ? JOHN H. CLAIBORNE, A??cut, a- 21 No. llQy Mal>? street. VJ 0RTU BRITISH i>, AND MFliCANTlLE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH. G. B. Capital. $io, ooo, coo in gold; tnve?te?lin tjie Unlteo Htat-H .r,cr ^1.50(),f00; deposited wlUi Treasurer ot VLgixdo, S&O.Ih?o lu United States bonds. Having '.wen uppointed agents to the above-named company, we are prepared to Issue Its lKillcles nKasn.^t loss or diunagj by tire on buildings, mercliandlse. jji- ' personal i?n>i>erty of all kind;, on tbe moat Uberol terms. Losse equitably adluatcd and promptly paid. * D. N. WALKKR ? CO., oc 1 No. 1014 Main street. TIIItEAD of all Nos.^^S^^ and qualities. SEINE TWINES, pntent and soft, of all Nos.; SEINE LINKS of all sizes, HEINE CORKS of all sorts. LINEN* and COTTON ROPES of alt sizes, on hand and for sale at leas tlwu New York, prices at L. LlCHTEN.VIEIN'a, Importer of Selue Thread, Nob. 1705 and 1707 Franklin street, between de 87 Seveutw;nth and Eighteenth street*. 4 JLL KINDS OF JOB WORK NEATLY r. L EXECUTED AT THE DISPATCH PRINT jljl eriiacpnmicancwo ftry llth. at II o'clock A V- *?<r lii*3 fnvt V VI J?i II* Dnval, on Main r-treet iietwcen Eighth and Ninth street^ the following PROPERTY to sjitfsfy a dl* In'M warrant Jn uiv l winds in favor of 3IcDov;elj, Robinson & Co. vis. If. It. Duval : a Show-Cases and Content*. 13a snow Rotti.es and COntbnts, PEi'.KI.'SUiliY, POMADE#, SOAl\ TOILET AKTXd.ES. Diiugh, Medicines. Chemicals, TOHACCO. ClOAHS, BftCSHXS, SHELVING. DliAWEKS, LiNSEtu) Oil, Platform am? Counter Scales, i Drug Mill, Lamps and shade.". POOA-FOUNTAI.V ana GENERATOR, DfC':IC. COUNTERS, A WNIN(J-Fr43IE, E.M1TY DOTTLES, &C. Terms: Cush. A. D. DUESBERRY. f q. High Conslab'e City of Richmond. By Moody & Itoyall, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, office corner of Seventh and linll streets, Manchester, Va. 5 DMINISTRATOlri SALE of one A THOUSAND RUSIIKLS OF CO UK. ALSO. LAUGH LOT OA I S. FODDER. fllUCKS, &c., JN CHESTERFIELD rOUNTY -On THURSDAY. February 13th. 18;3, 1 will expose; for ante at public auction, on the f irm known as ?* Amphlll." on the Petersburg turnpike, about lour mlies from Man chester. at half-past 10 o'clock A. M., l,ooo bushels CORN, Lnige let Of OATS, FODDI'K, shucks, HAY, AC. AC. ALSO, a valuable assortment of HOUSEHOLD and Iv 1TC1 1 K N FUR N ITU RE, consisting of ( HAIRS, TABLES, BEOS and KKDDINO. CAR PETS, and many other useful articles too numerous to mention,* Terms: '"ash. FRANK W. CHRISTIAN. A'lmin'str. it'ir <1.- ?jou is non with the will annexed of John Watklns. deceased. Moony & Royall. Auctioneers. fe ll-td By Grubbs Jc Williams, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. TflWEE'S SALTi OF THE TRACT .1 OF LAND EMBRACING THE VILLAGE OF - INULl WOOiV ON THE RICHMOND, FREDERICKS!!! RG AND POTOMAC RAIL ROAD. A ROUT FIGHT M I L E> NORTH OF RICHMOND. A 'I AUCTION By virtue of a ?I<-eO of trust from E. iJ. Newb'.im to the subscriber, dated 17th of, Juno, iht-j. and recorded In Henrico Cottuty Coal orjee (being thereto required;, I v. Ill II i;t aiictlou. at tin* cilice of GKt uns & Wil liam, in the city of Richmond, ou THURSDAY, 2uEli February, at 12 o'clock M.. the property above referred tovcon(aitiii>K NINETY-SEVEN ACRES: a portion of which has been laid ont inlo a large number of building lots, lyiupr prettily on the rail road, and known as ** Inci.kwooo." Terms: rash for expenses of s:ile and to nay oft balance of dcht, amounting to about $725 : the resi due on. -udi terms as said Newburn or his assign* may rilrec^; and in event of his or their failure to give any d-reetion. then upon terms to bo named by the trustee at tin- time of sale. Tf'c trustee will only sell and convey such title as i.- vested in him by the aforesaid deed of trust. 1*. W*. ORUIJBS, Trusfco. Ori'nns & Wim.i am*. Auctioneer?. f>' 10 By E. D. Eavbo, Re:d Estate Agent and Auctioneer, N.j. 9 Fourteenth street. lietwevn Main and Franklin streels. 4 T TIIE REQUEST OF THE OWNER, 1 shall sell at public miction, ou the premises, on TUESDAY the i-th dnv of Fchriwrv, 187-t. al half-past 1 o'c'ock 1*. M.. all "the HOUSES and MA. TERiAL on ill* lot on the not th west side of Fifth and Franklin street*. There is sup nosed to bo about 1 9 : rl< ks. Panic- desiring to purclu>>:e eau examine tlio pre mises iicfore Hit; thy of tale by calling on Dr. E. I rowel I fr Mr. D.W. Archcr, v. Lome no v.* occupying tl:o prcmisrs. T?;i:.\rs : C.ish.or ne^oti tble note at ninety days, with liiov: d i:ni 'r-er. interest ad'.'ed. D. EACHO, fed Auctioneer. by Wellington (loddlu. Am tloueerund Real Estate Acent, corner ol Eleventh nod BanK srrcets. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE JLj riilVATK DWELLING AT SOUTHWEST f'ORNKR OF MARSH \LI. AND SEVENTH STREETS.? At li e leque.-.l of Mesyr!. A. N. ami I'. A. V'.'U.'orl. e> M'lttors of the I tc Or. Beverly R. Wellfor.l, I shall sell at auction, on t he premises, <-i> Till Rr DAY the l'tli da*, of February. 1x73. at t o'clock !'. if . (if fair: if not. the lir>t fair <liv thereafter.) : he lar^eacd el-guit RI'.SIDI.NCE of tlie ?letedeot loca'etl ay a "\c. It contains aliout (?leveo i-oouis. i?i;i!t (.ii; iu;;liy in the be-l itiauucr. and now in excellent order. Beside the dwelling there 1" an office, servants' nparim "ii's stable, ear. ri.'pi'-lrasse. ail l-'tilt ei i.i K k and ll'.e whole premises suri oii'ided >?:! fhr^e -i '? ? bj iTr'ek ?a!l . ami In fart ! y :n irmi i*:t ' ? i ? ; -_r. It . 'uc.ilion so near tiie >hockoe j liiil .Market renders it peculiarly valuuble fur a i?t r'*i ?;jf-h i.oicl. or lor eomnicifial jairposes. 1 iii* I.i! ha-: a fiunt vi t.'j ic.t ami i iicplli Of .30 fee I to .Sjjrk'*l alleV. li wPi ii - Ki a- a v,'ur|e. or subdivided so as IokJI i i i i l lie dwell!):!; Ilii en''.'i frmit oil Marshall Street, rumiiag siaek " ' iter, and ihn e lot on Seventh Mr-el 2-: by -5 !\i I. i-e; t iding to a piat to be exhibited at tile iii nr of . l i. ? !,?.?!!. are insured in the Mutual Assurance Society i : ;r ?j j <w. 'i r.?>i s : Oiie-:o!?r'h e::sh : balance at four. *hdit, and t?v Ive jii'iullis. I'? ? r iii'i^Hiab'e oo'es Ix-aiing^lx per ceiiL interest. 0<* out -fourth ea-h: lialaucr a' <>ue. rwo, :?nd three >e.>rs. benriug ten per cent. ln terest, balf-vr?ai-ly. secured bya trust deud. i i 4-.'a*v:... \v.?t>K W. CODI UN, Auctioneer. V, yj a v is. WANTKI\ a COLORED WOMAN' to f T w:?i! ia ho'i-c sew. Nono need :?l?l>ly ] wjilKMi'. j'wi re Terence. Apply at 112 eistt-irace street. for.'- It* ' \irAXTf.D. bv a lady of experience and t 7 .'kill. :i M'I'I'aT!1 >N in a school or family to : teaeb 'Jpw i i:; ?. painting, mid ornamental work. A f I - ? irej.; I'E.U li ILK, IpJ.i v.ett 'Jlny street, Kichnwud, Vai. fc lMt* J A NTKI), a ifood ROOT AND SHOE- ] V M.AKKU. Applv l?# IC'IJKBT H. IJKAJfLKV. corncrot Hull arid Eleventh streets, fc PJ-lt* jLni' h?;stcr, Y:u i>i;ad dr. persons?s 11 f.'jj A f >V K L'TI S KM ENT. \\7 A N T !?: D , A GENERAL HOUSE ? v Movant. Aim lv at 110 klghth street. IV t WILLIAM ELLISON. T$"ANTED, HOARD for a gentlemun and f 7 wife in a nice private family, uLhln teu ml::- | utes' walk i.f I xchaiige Hotel." I too m ,1c bu fur nish: ?1 !?y Address, staling terms, A. Ii. a.. KIcIuhoi ?: ; > i-t?lCcc. fe il? st "\y ANTED, DESK-ROOM on ground i f floor. between Ninth and Twelfth streets. Address, olall.is* terms, Ac., P. & C.? Valentine House. WANTED, a reliable WHITE WOMAN t V to d-> huti'.owoik, ( lie utile fr"in Manchester. Chy?tcrl:eld c-untv. Apply at >10 li road street, upstair?. fe ll-:it* \1T ANTED, ;i i?i?:ely-fiir:nshed ROOM, for , f V a :,lu>'<' gentleman, without board. Address I po3t-?)ltke l?oX 1 fe 1 l-_t WANTED, a No. 1 COOK, WASHER M miii I I II i ?N Kit without Incumbrance. Apply at d v .-tii < . <><>od lx'couiiiicij'ia'iou) mpm? ?i. Also. a < i 1 \ .M !'?KL'.U \ Il>. le li-3t WANTED, a good COLORED WOMAN 7 V wit !i< ''it incumbrance to tun o a emnll child. None need ;.pp!v unleis will rvc??m mended. Apply to i'. II. WILLIAMS. | f? 1 l-I v/ 1133 Main street. T\TANriEl>, ii Kecoudliaud ENGINE TY LATLtE, small si*-. Apnlv to j pe rLubUL'KO'iiov.woRKN. fe lJL-2t*_ Petersburg* Va. W ANTED, a SMALL LOT in Hollywood; 7 7 accessible. drv, and unimproved preferred. Addre-s MIN DFUi.L. JJittpatch ollke,statlug size, price, and address of owner. l'e 11-3 1* .WANTED, a No. 1 ST HIPPER for a 7 T cigar factory? white or cnl? red. dinst know I how to select leaf. None hut an experienced Intnd will be tik":i. Permanent employment given to' fll- rl^lit i e:iei!. Address C. C'. W.i at this office. fa 10-it j WANTED, TO PURCHASE Tt LAKGK TRACTS OF ! AGRlCULTtruAL AND .MiNKRAL LANDS. Address, with part Icu lard. !?:. LLVIKN RK'HIK, f<- I w IP t Proadw.ty, New York. W A N TED, T W E N T Y STONE-CL'T ? if Ti- KS Ut the UlCllUONDGttANlTlC COil PA.VY'ri (jlJAKlcY. pgkeai thcinirry. l'o 10-it* SJj A N i'ED, a FEMALE 1IOUSE-SER 7 T N ANT at No. fOo Fiftli rtrcet. fe WANTED, fifty colored miners 7 V for the Grand Tower Coal Mines, In Jackson j county, ill t.ood miners u?..-ki: xrom to per I diiy. Cell on J. P. JUSTISs. L .bor Agent, fe 5 No. D blfteentli s.reet. wanted, to sell a lot of for 7 7 Sj'MTED PLKD<".F.??. Amou?3t them tine 13-kamt (it'l.D \V ATCIiKS, stem and key-winders, suitable for ladies and KCtitlcincn; a (ew tine and heavy OPKRAaud YL'jj'i CHAIN'S. Ago, souie tine seti <?f JKWKLtiY; some I?IAM?>KD5?. Allot" wlileh will !.<? sold at al>out half the regular prlfA-3. I bh..ll continue the LOAN ilCSlNKbS ax hereto fore at my old stand, and will lend money 111 Morally and at reasonable rates on diamonds, gold and sliver watcher, cliaius,and good Jewelry. Jr. A. WlNM'Ot.'K, Loan Uroker, 2>o. 17 Fourteenth street, Ja 21 under Exchange Hotel. 11 K&TA L: KA.N TS. rf ETELLE-REMOV AL.? The store N'o. Jj 12t)U, lately occut.letl l?v ZeU-lle, having bceu itated over hU head to another wlUiout a word to bin., be. has In the dUennmt to remove to the base ment of (iotldln'ii Ilrtil. comer of lvleveinb and Uank itrcots, where be will be found to receive bis oid friends an>! eie?tomert, and wherv he will sea* rc them with the BEaT COItS and the very best the market aiTonfc. " fc3 /^RANGES,? Receiving thla dhy 50 cases \J and boxes Meaalna and Valencia ORANGES, uud for tale at low priced. "v , ANDREW PIZZ1NJ. J h., i?al . ?? m -KVaaii&si By Cock Sc LsuRlifon. Auctioneer* corn or of Governor and Franklin street#. ... SPECIAL AMD ATTRACTIVE SALE O OF ALABAMTStt AND MA RBLE ftTAU ARy.VAse^, uus?. mujiEf^oaouwjijfe NAMkNT". &C-, AT AUCTION?On TiltJKH DAY tlic ;:tfi Instant, at 10 o'clock ,we will *J1 at t'nj s ore recently occupied by Mr. if. 55ETRLLK, No. l_0l Main street, a large aud beautiful collection ITALIAN. ?IARBL? and ALABASTER STA vaSk& URN'S, CARD-RECEIVERS, GROUPS, FIGURE*, ORNAMENTS, Ac.. imported by Mest m. I'AUDaLHNI 4 G 10VA V NOSL of New York, which for b^aaty ol dtsUpi and finish ate superior to any ever offered lu tbh city. * The collection will be reidv for exhibition on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, when catalogue may be bad. The ladle# are especially invited to attend tbl? Kale. COOii & LAL'GHTON. lo 11 Ancifonccrs. By .Moody A I Joy-ill, Real Estate AgetiU and Auctioneers, corner Seventh and Ilull streets, Manchester, V?.. TRUSTEE'S SALE" OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF ifA\_ /?Tlfc-d'J'l, O ' ? " - . , ? c.? ? - ? ? - v j n-i i / 1 1 1 r 2\, li72, and duly recorded in tlie County < ourt clerk'* otllce of Chesterth-ld county. deed-book. \olnnie jr. page j.i 7, the undersigned will expose for ,?!* ;,i public auction, ou the premises. ouSATUHDAY. February 15, 1873. at \ o'clock 1*. JL, tbcfolu?wii,jr property? to wit: One DOUBLE FR AMED DWELLING, sltuaiH on the south side of Fourteenth or Harrison ?!rc? t. The lot fronts on said Fourteenth fetreet to feet, and runs back between parallel lines 132 feet. Xho hotuc contains five or six rooms. A very DES 1 1? A RLE LOT at the corner of D< cat".r and Ninth street?, fronting -2J feet ou the south -i'l of Niuth street and ruuulng back '.13 feet. This is valuable property* conveniently located, and should engage the attention of those "<c king a good investment. ^ Tkums: One-fourth cash; balance at four ciph*, and twelve mor.ths for negotiable nou-s bearing tlx nor cent, interest, tecured by a trust <ii*ed. fell-tds K. \V. ft'hlSIUKlt.Tntilff. By Grub!/.; A Williams, Auctioneer and Ileal Estate Age-it*, Eleventh street between Main and B;;t:k. VERY VALUABLE FLOUR AND CORN V MILL, ONE MILE FKO.M THE CIT1 A NO NEAR TH K < f i F.SA I'EAKE AN'O i?IMO HaIL ROA 0, FOE SALE AT A UC IH.'N? We -<111 ., u ;if auction, on the p rem ires, on FKIDAY the liih ?if February. at 12 o clock M.. tlx,- * ery valuable Ft.OL It and COIlN-MILL formerly Blafcey's, and more re cently Braptf'a. on a tie ver-fai ling stream near the city. The llour-mlil and fixtures are entirely new and all the xnacldnerv in good order. There ;re nearly three acres of land ati'iched, and the pro perty Is well situated for c.>tjb!l.hli:g other ma:,u factories t'<an milling. To a practical mllkr tbi.i l>a rare chance f"r e:nharking in a nrotitable btulnr.^. Tkujis: Liberal. and made known on the day of BJtle. GitUUBS i WIi.LLVMt:, fr* i AuetlQPeera. Uy Gniblw A vVilihima, Auctioneers and Keal Estate Agents, Eleventh btreet between Main and JLktuk. Hj^RUSTEES' SALE OF THE VAI.I'A J-1SI.E LITTLE FARM C U.LF.D \V>ST HAMPiON. ON THE WF.-TiiAM KOAl). Font MlLEa ANO A HALF WI ST OF RK ilMO\ |>. im-vpcntioii of Iheprovl: Son-.of a i.'etvlof tru. t iVoih W. P. Lawton to Luelen Hill, dated ?>ftotx?r, H38, and recorded i:i Henrico (.'ounty Court oi!!i>?, Ix'lug th?-r? to required by tfi^assf^i cc of the cr?di tor. we. flie underslKne<i. submit uted trustees, v. 11? sell at auction. ::t the oilite of >Jet^r.?. iirubb-t Si Williams. In the city of l>i?hm< nd. on 'i'HL'K.* DAY. 13th of February, at l o'elock I'. M., the LIT TLE FA k M above rcterrcl to. cout lining FOIt'i V ONE AND A HALF ACKLS, lian.in^ back to the canal. The lmprovem^Jlta consist <f n good Fit AM I'D l)W h.LL: NG with aliout six rooms, tho u^ualout lious' s- ami n pood orchard. Tkums : Th?? deed pre-f-ribes a sah* for ca?h. but wc aro authoi ized lo fcla:;* lliat lnosi; favorable terms will Lkj made kn'ovp ?? the timf4 ?>f L-alt'. M. M. GILLIAM,) c..,, Ti-iisipc ? fe 1 ?OHN H.GLV. <j """? rr"fe'?-" 11 y .James M. Tnyl?>r & Son. lic.d Estate Age lit- and Auetioiufia, OlH'.e flcvcnth and Hank ?tcje's. TRUSTEES* S a I E OF v.m;i:a?lm: J. HARK-MFLL, L? fCATF.D .\1 ltO? Kt.)lM NEAR THE T E !I M INl'S OF HIE < IJESA l'r. A'vE AND OHIO KA1LR??AI?. AT Al' TH>N*. ? By virtu*' of a deed ot t r ?i t to ti:o i;i. <>;? signed, bearing date Ooeen.U'i* to, 1-7-, ?e wil', lu litlotl lliepof. sw-! 1 at pub!!': .-Miction, hi Cic pn-mis'.s, at Iiorkett.u; ?>ii \V! I'M->Da V. l?lt!i da* of Foliruaw. t<7:<,a? 1- o'c.I(jc\ M'.. all :!?>? VaI.!*a BLE M.V HIM KY for rjaking Imi'u cxtruet, U". nhig, itc., conshting in part as b jio*v l Wooi'WAi.D Srr vM-l'f nr (i.vt) g.dloa:; uilMitf). >vi?ti all connc,:tb;ti'< ; 1 pair iMnch Gi'tbu A ??ai:ki.-un VAei'f;: Fl'Ml'S. with connections; 1 No J Woodwa ttu I 'I'M t'. l oi'LLo A Gauui^on WAii-.n-rt iir, l'J-illi ll WAi'EU-t YI.INDKU. S 1-Inch f" TIC AM-' Yt f.vm.l!. 1 VAf x fM-l'A.v, 3 by i:, v,i:h ee'i':cc;lo:i.-. ( om pl'te ; i CovDKs^'Ki: roe VA( rrM-PAN, iu-fooi i !(? . 50 feet 14-Inch ( a- t-Ii?on I'll'K, 25 Lit C-i"Cl) 11:. lit:,' < A^T-Ib'ON I'll': ? t Joii.vson'.s Bi.uWLiL :i if-'. lu'-t' i ; l.fiOij fu t l-ii.rh tlaoge ! AhT-lno:. i'lu:. 10^ i<-"t tf-btcb flan/:'' I'a^t-Ii.u.v i'lfi.. 4,000 f'-et :'-ii;cb srKAM-i'ifK; t pair HoiWLK L\';iNI-:s. U inc!i cylin 'er, r,-i'w ' stroke? .all complet- : 60 IVct !i3-inch LEAi'IIKU BCi.IiNU, ?i Cast-Ikon Ibo'i'Kns. i Mtt.i.s for ttiimPng bark, 1?J large LKA? tt-Tff?. ?j."> large \Vatku-Ta\k?. 'I he al-ove .MA' IHNEKY is all lirst-c!;vs> an-1 In perfect order. We will iivd-n t' '' rnrchas:1!' of the its t*v , Ac.. (If Oedred; ot:r iulcrol In a lease ot aL EsTAT.s. which eaplrts April I-.'- 1-7'. I I'.r.Jlb : Liberal, and made known on t ?.?> day "l sale. J. G. I5LACK V. EL!., CliAKLE> L. lLi-I AM: 1 r;i tves. Jaue^ M. TAYf.'dt A SON, Auctiouei r. . Ja 31-fe l.!,?i.s. llAdtda By Or.ibbi & Williams. Anrlloae?T8 and Kcul Folate Axeui.j. Eleventh street between Main aiiti Bank. UA LE OF HIE I? I <; II M 0 X l> A.M? KJ YORK K I VIC It l.'AIJ.HOA D.? T.y \lirn. , : .1 tltrrvcof the ( hancerv Court of *!<?? city i fJHtl, moud In tl;o canoes ol' tilt* JHchmond at <1 V".*!; lilver .Railroad Company r*. J. Broker i ? I ? Hubert 1!. Jiaury, trustec-i, and .T. I'if - r T ' ? nid Robert II. Maury, trust pes. try. Tin1 Ri'baiv ;?! ?? ?! York River Railroad Compauy. entered pu the 1 day of December. 1*72. we, tin- uudersi/nK'- >>? 1 survivor of us, Khali toil l?y public auc tion. am lion-rooms of Mu-srs. Cruub# & William*. V'.. I Eleventh street. Richmond. Va.. on Fl.H'AV ti.e :!d day of .May. 1373. at the hour 01 'I all tiie property of every kind, real, ; r ???.-!. inljed, of Him RICHMOND AND Y??UX ?: I V KU K A 1 1 - KOA1) t'OJII'AN'l', Inrlliilliur it i rua?!?va'., r-ri . cri'vi-ties. depots, tilling, curie, etifhie.-. U-m'r. . aiul all ?<Cli**r property wlmtsoever. ba bul:. / ;d ?? tlu: franchises of stild cout 1 any. uinj e\r<-. i: ; 1 ? such sale nothing w half-cover o<b>i:f5h^ '?? ?: - pHuv except If s chutes iu acli< 11 uu i t!?jbti < r ;? become due to iv I IJJ? TEitilK uF SAl.K WH.I. UK .V I i'.U'W - . The Minn of *150,000 shall bo paid im : :,:>?} tl:? ri-sidtif of the purchase.' moti'V dial! *k? i ay ?ti!e follows: $l8,oooouthc!st of January. with i U-rCit at the rate of H j>er ecu!. per aifii. ui t 'run ll.e '?ay of sale, payable seini-nnnuallN : n ??ji tl:? lr?t day of January. I ?M. with l?it<*r? ? t lire i. ?'<? <?? s jxtrcent. per anAmu from i;.<* <i.?y <?f ?.?!e. j.^yrihlc 6Cinl-aiu>t;ally ; ttud tin* reu.aindci Vf .?>???!; pirrrjr ? u;oney on tlx- lnt day of Jai.uary. t>i7. *itii n-t at the rate uf s j:-r cent, per ana am IV in ined:- ?* sale, payab le semi-annually? the s-.lc to be * t to the ruttllcatlcu "r t < ? j? ct i" . f the coutf. :i ? ; ? - fiecsiou 1 ut tr> be delivered until the N>ie ii ;? i.-t ? . 1 ra tilled by the court; the deferred payment* 'a '<-* ncruied by 11 ?leed -if tr?M on ti e prcj:eity ucii deed to Ik- subject to the approval ot tiw-uuit. CaiJiUi'lsis will takcm'tlee tiiai tbo efi'e't <?' '' and conveyance will to e.\':Lguioh the sal?l ? ? pany and make the jnjtvlwtcr ur pmvluiuri a ".?orponte. . For further particulate apply to Messrs. i'AdF. x II vUUY, Iliuiunond, Va.. att'iruey-. for tbo tr tees. ??. I'KO^ShU TAtiit, KOUEUT II. MAt Ii Y. Js2'-td tjurvivluff Tru?tee<#. KOOmNHOtX. dc. WE HAVE MANY DESIRABLE TT styles of BOOTS, SHOKS, auii TJtUN'KS on hand, which v.e are closing! out at VKStY LOW PKtcEs in order t ? nj. \c w^p* ro?in for spriuit good We have al.sos fttll?un;*ly of OVCUS1KIKS aud AK( TICS. MAKCL'Ji HAKIMS S: B-roTHER. coruer Filth atld Broad and 132j Malu ulrvi. feio I> A KG A INS IX 13 O O T .< A X ! )& ^ ) SliOFS. KOI? CASH.? i-r on henccfurt!?*3?fc. my <>al?f.J of iiOO'i'S, SIIOKS. .tc., wmI i.v for cc>h orlv. Those in waut of .myibiui' in mv i r; will d<> well tu K'ive ute a calf, as my btuck v.'l.'l Offered -t unu^uallv low djuf ? at so much le - than lesuln prlo s that they will Ik; more th-ja coui pen^ated for pavhs/r ctt^h. Avail i a-ki-J from.'!' In waut. JOHN O.PAGK.0SC.. H'Jl M du street. 1 1 fe s bight door.t Ixrlow Fo'Ttceiill'. TUST OPENED, a ?pK'ml:U iTruT JftrJ tf of Gentltmert's Haud-Scwed Boct and Gaiters: Ladlts' hlo, Pebble, ."ud K?'X B?tt'??* Bm^ts; Kid Coji^re?? (iulter> and l!and-few<y kin? for <dd ladles. Also, a complete tilic " hers and l.rtdltV and Gentlcmeu's Arctics. Irur*" Valina, Satchel*. 4e.. :iiwavg ?u hnud. at WJNUO. KL'LKTT Jk CK1/M1 N ja U L30? VI^I" atrve^ -WORK M,U>K TO ORDER v AN'OA KrrOL'A8AMtr.l>.^ READY-31ADE SHOES, 8LIPPEKS. VALISFS, BOt?TS, biiogans, TRUNKS. SATCH UIjS, aud R A ILKO AD-BAGS, of everv description, ou baud and for wtle low '>>' JOHN H. BOSCH BN A SO>. Ja 9 40!J aud ill Bioad ?tnvi? M HiiKK WKALKHK. onrfarin reason kd Us ^W?WUU CANADA SYCAMOKK, miK* i lurqu,.ila- ; feel ^ jiM.ned ^ Cana-.Vi iiiorc. JuC-jior uuaiity : aUo, larpe ?i cfc W WW I'i'HJ. I'ojJlir. Wuiuut, Cherry, Matde, Asb ory. OttK^s>hiui(lw, J.?Uw. All kiudj t?f Uuiidi^S i.uiuborj crater with 4 loirge *t<Kk of ?" ? ?? ? ?- j.ums*Tt Gbued wtu^0^ aqi Byjfd?tr?cU ft^m^Klfufto Wxtb.