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THE DISPATCH
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\\ i"l MA .MSPATCH at ?S|H>r annum
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TERMS Of ADVEfctSS^
CA8B-rN7i?HIATT,Y XV
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On" ^injrp, three! >?v"fin-v .
On?9qtiin', six Insertions......
I'll: square, twelve Ineertloiw.,
l>ne square, one month
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WT ? ,] I.KTTMRS RKMAINIXG IN
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. >1 ??<?<1. If not called for In four weeks
.. - -rat t<> the Dead-Letter Omeo. In Wash
I-ADIFS' LIST.
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L. I.. VAN* LEW". Postmaster.
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aI'H11. 1*7 . Persons culiiiur Ft
this ii-t wjit [-lea.-- -ay Adverti-eil. It not
. I : i . one month they will In- .-cut to the
? . .."tier in Wa.-hini'ton, D. C.:
LADIES' LIST.
,:i ii. -ih.-.y <,i!e .. Harriet
. v. ,- r. rar.ih K. John-ton, (? lien
?. >|.iry Ii. Jones. >arali
. r-. Iiene Meyers, \fary E.
.. I'r.' 1 II Powell, ?'. A.
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i. EN'I'LEM I N'S LIST.
: ' . I-. i II ifcher. William
? H. < . I'll.he-. V, uiiaiu it.
.-.?? inn ? M. l e-'inrd.-Jo-eeh
to. I e ats I.wiry. John P.
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"Mi\ ."-AW AND FII.K-VVUKKS,
i t.-t a:i!.!>jiku 1*52.1
i:|i'||M!t\ii, VIJH.INIA
A. .Mil I.Ki; A 1 O.
'ur? W > and FILES id all kinds
? i \ 1 - 1 : I(::rul machines. Mt'l l.liiNH.
1 \ ? I? I \ i-. |,|'J >. and dealers 111 STKiVM -KN- I
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.'. :?tt< iii:-.n to n i>:;ir-ft* s.i>v-and saw.
1 v c' ??i\-.IK. I I1 It/tM'.iry street.
I "Hriri'iitti and 1- li'.ceilill I?' l*-''in
iriLLlAM L. TANNlAi A CO.,
VI 1 1:<||M|.1TAN W< 'liKS,
, AVA.'. STliEEI 5 IF. CM >1X111 TO SEVENTH,
li. .nulaotureis of
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1. v.K and 1'LASTKK MILLS.
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Lii- ft I.a miners of all sizes. JtC.
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? <: ?;:.!? <;:.} groiuary h%)j>. 11m cc.jmi.UV
brkkr uu hour vdUi M?am-i>ownr. or 2,500
' ? ?rse?poww. Manufactured und cold by the
M viiTiN iiiiicK machineco..
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t ()VtT:n io\citiiN.
I l.s-IA \ oi; \ \(;]> AND JTMUNS.?
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iwi.f :,\ ((-Jim- . i vet v one warranted
I r.-alcl'iiw.
nil: Ki:.vr,
1 >: l;oo::."5 ?.\cr v " ????. IF 1 1 !??*-.
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lll-J Main street.
J K-t l:i;
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vin.' ?" 11 ti 11I, t'*** in v lie-v f-ir'or' \'o.2l5 I Ijflitl
1. .1.' it . :a;n' ?. 1 *t ?r1 .Kit I! it"IC
KK Ol, * .. ? ' ? steam, itiitny <|uuntlty.
I l'--i o and V.a\ j.artli-a bUpp'C- ' with large
'i 111' 3 at ii'diicfi ore ? .
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>"?)K AND .lolt I'RLNTJNO NKATLV
' EXECUAU AT THIS UFEKIJL
W?" T1IK CIRCULATION OK THE Dlb
I'Airn lb LARGER THAN THE COMBINED
MKCUl ATION OK ALL THE OTHER DAILY
VKV M'APFMS OF THE C?T\.
SATURDM APRIL 2C, 187th
LOCAL MATTERS.
Religious Services TO-Morrow.?The
usual religious service1' will he held in all of
the churches to-morrow except the following
special appointments:
Methodist Kp i s cop a I.?Sacramental ser
vice* in the I'nited States coint-room at 11
A.M. Preaching by the jmstor. Subject:
" The Purport ot the Lord's Supper."
Second Baptist.?Rev. J. R. Kendrick.
T). I)., at 11 A. M. At 8 P. M.?anniversary
ot the Young Men's Missionary Society?
sermon by I)r. Kendrick. .Subject: " Jesus
ns an Example of Bcnetieence."
(i'race-Street Baptist.? Rev. -J- R. Gar
lick at 11 A. M , Rev. J. L. M. Curry, D. JD.,
at s P. >1.
jA.Street Baptist.-lt?v. J. B. Turpio
!:t It A. M. At 1 1*. M. u funeral discourse
oy Rev. ?J. IL Garlick on the death of John
Bradley.
Sidney Baptist.?Xo preaching or Sab
bath >chool on Suednv at this church ou ac
count of church repairs.
Seventh-Street Christian Church.?VrcnvU
ingat 11 A. M. and 7: to P. M. by Rev. J.
Z.Tvier.
A public nnnu d meeting of the w oman .??
Mis-ioiiarv society will be held at the Second
Baptist church on Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock. Interesting addresses may he ex
pected by Dr. 1 upper and other ininistuis.
From the Bar to the Pulpit.?A presby
tery met yesterday afternoon in the rooms
of the Board of Foreign Mi-sions of the
Southern Bapti-t Convention to examine
John B. Turpin. a talent* d young lawyer of
lids cit\, with the view of his ordination to
the mini-try. The ministers present were
Uev. .1 L. Burrow-, D. D-. Rev. N- M . W il
son. L>. D., Rev. 11. A. Tupper, 1>. D-, Rev.
,J. i?. (,'uiliek, Rev. John William Jones, and
Rev. II. 11. Harris. I>r. Tupper was ap
pointed moderator, and conducted the ex
animation. Mr. Jones was appointed secre
tary. After a full examination of Mr. Tur
pin* a< to his Christian experience, doctrinal
views, and c.-JI to the mini-try. he was unani
ni'oi-lv aj'proved for ordination.
('osTntMATios 8kkvh;es.?The confinnu
iun of the children of St. Johannes church,
Kiftl) street, will take p'aec to-morrow morn
ng at lOi o'clock, 'ho Uev. Cfcurle* Scholz
Mliciatinc.
The -olemn rite of confirmation will also
be administered in the Fpiscopal churches in
this fitv and Manchester in May,as follows :
tin the mh at St. James's; 7th. St. John's;
S?ii. < inice : 1Mb. Sr. Mark's ; in each case by
the Right Rev. John Johns, D. 1)., bishop
uf the diocese, bimilar service will he held
bv P,i-iiop Whittle, as-istant hi-liop of the
diocese, "ii the Ibtli May, in Manchester.
Personal. ?At the earnest request of the
Baptist Memorial Committee the Foreign
Mis-ion Board has te egraplied Rev. Dr. Je
ter to come home in time to make the historic
address at the memorial nnetiiigon the tihth
at'.M iy next. And inorderthat he may have
til opportunity to confer with Dr. Je'.cr, the
Board ha- requested Rev. Dr. George B.
Tailor, who goes as permanent missionary
to Rome and superintendent of the Italian
mission.to postpone sailing to hi- new field
for several weeks longer.
Fatal A ca dent at Church Hill Tunnel.
An accident occurred ihur-diy night about
1U o'clock in Church Hill tunnel, neai
r-haft No. -L hv which one man was in
-tantly killed and another very seriously in
jured.* A quantity of cart It had been blown
out of the southeast heading, which left a.
large mass hanging, under which the men
were at work, when a blast in another part
of the tunnel eau-ed it to tail, burying two
men. A- speedily a- possible thev were
taken out, and a y oung man named Xeno
piiilus 1* lay-er wa- found dead, his injuries
nring upon the head, and a colored man
named William Cousins had both tegs
broken below the knee and Ins arm frac
tured. Mr. Fray-er was about twenty-four
years old, and cauiefrotn Goochland county.
HD remains were sent home yesterday.
Cousins is sin old man, about sixty years oi
age, lives on Leigh street between Twenty
seventh and Tweutv-eighth, and has a family.
Dr. B. G. McPhail rendered the necessary
surgical attention to Cou-ius, and reports
tlr.it lie i> doing we'd and i-likely to recover.
Killed i;y a Railroad Train.?The engine,
of the expre-s train on the Chesapeake and
Ohio railroad w hich arrived here yesterday
morning at 4:J0 had marks of blood and a
,/ieee ol garujent of some kind oil its pilot.
Nothing was known by the engineer or per
-ons on ihe train of anyone being killed,
and not until a telegium frcm Beaver
Dam stated that the dead body of an un
known negro had been found on the line of
railroad n?ar that dejot yesterday was the
mvsterv solved.
Si r>2?r.N I >i:ath.?.Mr. Thaddeus 15. Starke
died Middenly \c*tcniay morning at hixroi
dence, in itii^ city, in the forty-ninth year of
ri- age. lie lett nomc in hi? carriage for his
place i?f business, but had gone but a short
| distance when he was taken ill, and returu
i ing home died in less than an hour. Mr.
j Marke w:t? ttie gen-ral agent of the insti
rane- dcpaitnicnt of the Richmond Hanking
and Insurance ('ompany.and was well known
and highly esteemed in this coinuninity. His
funeial will take place at hi* residence, Mo.
Ill Third street, this afternoon at 5 o:elock.
Meeting of the Broad-Street Committee.
The Executive Committee of the Broad
Street Association held a meeting at Monti
cello Hall at 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon,
but owing to the absence, in consequence of
indisposition, of .Mr. James Lyons, Hie chair
man. no direct action with regard to the
Broad-treei question was taken. A meeting
of the committee was appointed lor next
Wednesday night, when the action of the
cuimiiiti e will he shaped in accordance w ith
the action or non-action of the City Couueil
at the meeting Monday night.
On motion, the committee adjourned to
in-peet the wo,k now going on in Broad
street under the authority of the Richmond,
Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Com
pany, and in compliance with the ordinance
heretofore passed by the < ouiiei! providing
tor the grading of liroad street.
Tits Cot'Mv Pooh.?The poor-house of
Henrico county lias now only live inmates?
the nmullesr number for several vears patt.
Mr. Henry Voegler is the superintendent,
and has, so far, managed the funds of the
institution very well. The present levy for
its support is only $1,000, against a levy of
82,5bU last year.
Arrived at the Penitentiaky.?Albeit
Fortune was lodged safely in the peniten
tiary yesterday afternoon.
I.kctcke.?l>r. Kdwin I.cigh, author ot
?' 1'ioiiouiicing Or hography," will lecture
to the public scliool-ieachcrs and others at
the High School this ii:orni,i'.' at lb o'clock.
Li ruin of the Scnrni. Boakp.?The
fourtii annual report of the City School
Board und the superintendent of Public
Schools of thus city have ju-t been printed.
Tpe ( I Ell MAM A Ma:nnerchok.?This so
cie(> has lcceiiuy titled up iu nice style a
new hall on Seventh street between Mar
shall and Bioad, which they will dedicate to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock.
An Ordinance Assessing Private Proper
ty for Special Benefits or Advantages
Conferred by Water-Works and Gas
Works.?[Parsed April 14,1873.]?Whereas
it is expedient and equitable that in all cases
of advantage obtained or benefit conferred
by the execution of work?? of public utility
private partie-* should pay by taxation or
otherwise a just and reasonable equivalent
to the city toward the expense of the public
work conferring ,-ucb private benefit or ad
vantage:
Be it therefore ordained, by the Council of
the city of Richmond?
1. That, for the purposes hereof the Super
intendents of the City Water-Works and
the City Gas-Works be and they are each
hereby required to furnish as soon as practi
cable alter t he passage o( this ordinance to
the Commissioner of the Revenue a map or
plat showing all the public mains of the
W atcr-W orks and a map or plat showing all
the public mains of the Gas-Works as ex
tended through the streets of the city; and
that all additions thereto or extensions
thereof shall he by them respectively re
ported to s :id Commissioner annually, on or
before the-1-t day of February, for the year
ending on the 31st day of December pre
ceding. And from these maps or pi its, so
corrected by additions from time to time,
the Commissioner shall ascertain the assess
ments hereinafter provided.
2. Upon all lots fronting upon any street
of the city in which any public main of the
Water-Works is or shall be laid, whether
said lots be improved or not, there shall tie
assessed and collected from the owner or hi-,
agmit a tax of five cents on every front foot.
3. Upon all lots fronting upon any street
of the city in which any public main of the
(in ;-Works is or shall be laid, whether said
lots be improved or not, there shall be
as-e*sed and collected from the owner or his
agent a tax of live cents on every front foot.
4. The taxes herein provided shall be in
addition to the taxes on the assessed values
and other public charges upon the property,
and ili-ill be by lhe Commissioner of the
Revenue entered separately upon his real
estate bo-ik; and the City Collator shall
include the amounts thereof in the annual
lax bill-, and shall collect the same a-' otln-r
citv taxes are collected.
Tin: Louisiana Thoiiu.ks? A Letter from
GOVERNOR MiEnKRY TO GOVERNOR WALKER.
Governor Walker has received the following
letter from Governor McEnery, of Louisiana,
in reply to a letter from tho Executive of |
this State transmitting a copy of the resolu
tions agreed to by the General Assembly just
before their adj mrnmenl :
??State of Louisiana, Exkcttive Office,
NewOkleXns, April to, 1873.?Jits Excellen
cy Gilbert C. Walker. Governor of Virginia :
Dear Sir,?I have the honor to acknow
ledge the receipt of your letter of 7th in
?tant transmitting a copy of t he joint resolu
tions adopted bv the General Assembly of
Virginia expressive ot the sense of that hon
orable body on the slate of public aUairs in
, Louisiana.
?? in ivplv, permit mo, in the name of the
I people ol this Stale, to return to you, and
I through you to tho people of Virginia, act
; ing through their legal representatives, their
deep and -inc.-re acknowledgments for the
convictions expressed in said resolutions,
which, sooner or later, inti-t find an active
response from the hearts of all lovers of lib
erty in this great nation.
"The people of Louisiana, who have been
unwilling spectators of the overthrow by
fraud and force of their government, chosen
in conformity with tho laws of tho .State,
would be justified in the rightful eonc!u-ion
thai republican government in tin's .Mate
was at an end, and that a precedent had
been c.ttahlishcd which in the future might
be cited for the overthrow of other Mate
governments were they not deeply and thor
oughly imbued with all abiding faith thai
the Congress of the United Mate-, reflecting
the public sentiment of the country and pos
sessing tho eYeltiMve authority to remedy
the great wrong and injustice inflicted upon
I hem, would at its next session apply the
appropriate remedy and relieve the oppress
ed and unhappy people of the Mate from
a u-urpatory government, unknown to the
Constitution ot tin- United Mates and pal
pablyat variance with the first principles of
American liberty.
? 1 trust ami nope that the other States of
the. Union, rising above party ejamor and
party discipline, may follow the example ot
your noble and illustrious Common wealth,
and not lio.-itate to pronounce in emphatic
terms their condemnation ot the usurpation
and despotism attempted to be fastened upon
the people of this Stale by the wrongful, il
legal, and ox porta orders and decrees of a
United Slates district judge.
4 Never did it enter into the imagination
of any American patriot that a Mate govern
ment, legally elected and cra ted by the bal
lots of the p.-cple, might, under any "late of
circumstances, be overthrown and destroyed
by a Federal judge; and the judge who de
stroyed the legally -chosen government in this
Slate and substituted theiefor one not elid
ed by the votes of the people must, and
will, receive the litterunci unnii.-takable eon
denination of the whole American public.
With sentiments of the highest regard, I am
your Excellency's very obedient se? vanf,
?? .John McEnkuy,
??Governor of Louisiana."
TPRFMK tVl'KT OK AlTKAI.S, FkWAY.?
Nclligan vs. City of Richmond. Writ of
error awarded to a judgment of the Hus
tings Court ot Richmond.
Williams Arncst a. 1'rull'ey's adminis
trator. Petition for an appeal from the Cir
cuit Court of Rockingham county. Refused.
llardwieke vs. Commonwealth. Petition
for a supersedeas from the Corporation
Court of Lynchburg, Refused.
Stearns vs. .Mason. Ordered to bo rear
gued.
Foe, trustee, ite? vs. City of Richmond.
Hudgins vs. Lanier Prothers & Co. Argued
and submitted.
Aruiislead & Peek vs. Cohen and wife,
?te. Motion to set aside the order of sub
mission entered on yesterday. Motion dock
eted and continued till the next term.
Twenty-nine causes were assigned to the
docket of the Sih ebd < 'our*. which meet
hereon the 10th of duly text.
The court then adjourned for the term, to
meet here again on the loth November next,
having disposed of a large amount of luisi
ness.
The court meets in Wythevilleon the IOth
June, and Maiintou on the loth September,
so that the judges are really in court and at
work the whole year.
1'oi.icE < 'ockt? Justice While.?Thq^only
case in this court yesterday was that of
George U. Hall, charged with assaulting
Wiudiington Miller with a pitcher. He was
sent on to the grand jury.
The TnSATftr.?MU9Thontp?on conclude
her engagement at the Theatre to-ntgbt,
when the Octoroon will be again presented.
This afternoon there will be agrund tnatinde,
at which the spectacular drama 41 The <en of
Ice" will be again produced. It is to l?e r?e
gretted that Mss Thompson has not nad a
more cordial reception during her stay in
Kiclmiotid, for >1? i> certainly an actress ?"(
decided talent. and )- tnoq admirably sup
ported by Mr. JJohhisuu, a Xew York
favorite.
OjivK I.ui.an.?This charming lady re
peats her lecture on *? GirL" to-night at
Virginia Hall. !t was by special reqiie-t
that she consented to give u> two nights
more of her Interesting talk?such talk as
may he profited by 'r for in tier lectures there
are so many lessons taught, and in the most
agreeable manner. Miss Logan knows all
about gh'N; in fart, there is no .subject she
is not well acquainted will), and gives her
knowledge to the audience in such a manner
us to rivet their attention during the entire
lecture. On Monday night she delivers her
celebrated lecture olr ** The Passions."
flAXdlFMTEK ITEJI8.
KbIIGIOUS SERVICES OX SUNDAY.?MdhO'
disl Church.?Rev. W. G. Lurapkfn at 11 A.
31.. and at 8 P. M. on "John the Baptist:
His connection with the Church."
Baptist.?liev. A. K. Dickinson, D. D., at
11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Meade Memorial.?Rev. J. E. Hammond
at 11 A. M. and 8 F? M.
Presbyterian.?Rev. \V. A. Campbell at 11
A. M. and 8 P. M.
Colored Baptist.?Rev. A. Binga at 11 A.
31. and 8 P.M.
Dr. L. R. Chiles will address memorial
meetings at Gill's grove on Sunday morning,
and at Providence (Matoaca) at night.
Rev. J. William Jones, general agent of
the Baptist Sunday schools of Virginia,
preached at the Baptist church Thursday
night.
Military Organization.?The white popu
lation of this towu have made several futile
attempts to rai-e a military company; but to
the credit of the colored men It cin be said
that they have raised one, and are drill
ing regularly and fast perfecting them
selves in the required tactics. The officers
are: James E. Worsharo, captaiu ; J. H.
Cunningham, J. B. Johnson, and William
Bailey, lieutenants ; Junius Randolph, D. F.
Baits, G. Robertson, Moses Harris, and
Richard Hewlett, sergeants; Charles Mann.
Coleman Harris?, C. W. Thompson, Corne
lius Olpbm.and Robert Fife, corporals.
Arrival of Engines.?Two large,' first -
class engines arrived yesterday for the Rich
mond and Danville Railroad Company, and
a number of others are expected at an early
day. The company will then have enough
engines for its large travel, aud the condition
of its rolling-stock will be inferior to no road
in the country. I
Tempekanck Meeting.?There will be a.
grand temperance demonstration to-night at!
the Methodist church, under the auspices of
Manchester Council, Friend* of Temperance.
R. H. Whittaker.au eloquent advocate of the
cause, and probably others, will address the
meeting. This is not a lecture, but a public
meeting, which every one'who lias the tem
perance cause at heart may attend.
A Compliment.?Manchester has heen se
lected a* the place of meeting of the next
?e-sion of tlie State Council, Friends of Tem
perance, which takes place October 21, lSTtf.
Al (TI<? SALES THIN HAT.
0)7 all sales or real estate made between the 1st of I
Jnnuury and 3oth of June, the taxes for thee pre
sen t year have to be paid by the pnrihasep. On
a/1 sales made between the. 1st of July and last
of the year the taxes hare to be paid by the seller.
LVN'E & BROTHER will sell at 5 P. M.alotoii
T?i nty-tiflli street betwecu It and S.
GKUBBS 4 WILLIAMS wlllscllat 12 M.,at No. to
Pearl street, l'ur the assignees. groceries, wines,
liquors, etc.
GRl'BBSA WILLIAMS will soil at 5 P. M. a large
number of building lots near to Monroe Square,
on I'inc, Laurel, Gary, au?l Floyd streets.
MOODY ,t I'OYALL will sell at 3J 1*. M. two acres
of land on River street near Manchester.
REDWOOD ,t CRENSHAW will sell at 10 A. M.. j
at the horse-lot. several saddlo and harness
horses and mules.
KF.DWOODA CRENSHAW will s? II nt 112" MaliL
street, at 7} P.M., a variety of useful aud be-'
sirable goods.
COOK Jt LAUGHTOX will sell at 10 A. M., at V ic
horse-lot. horses, mules, etc.
COOKING AM) KIM)LI.sr. WtHip, ASD IttTt'N INI
OUs? grate and engine coal, of ( lover Hill and C uni
iH-rlatnl. and authr?citc coal and soft coke, SC Id by
?F. H. Watkins. 11i 1 Main, ami Ninth ami Cary
Mreets. are nnsttrpa.ssed in cheapness ami qui lit}-.
Pearl dress cassimjckk hats,latest style, at.
Simmons & l'o.*s, lllfl Main street.
A New UEAt'TlKVlNO A CENT?All d?itifr!ces
had their drawbacks until the salubrious bark of the I
soap-tree was brought from the Chilian valleys to
pei feel tin fragrant SOZODONT, the must delighted
article for the teeth that a brush was ever dipped
Into.
Simmons A Co. have just r< ectved a fre-sli supply
of those Club hats.
Contentment ani> happiness reign in all
households where DooLEY'a Yeast Powder is
u-ed. Try it. Your grocer has it. Put up full
weight.
Tiie latest styles in Ft it and straw hats
at SIMMONs & Co.'s, next to Dispatch ntHctf.
Co to the Doi.lau Stork and purchase one of
tiiOM- little clocks al the low price of one dollar.
'J liey are excellent time-keepers
New styles Just received at MMMONS & Co.'S,
1110 Main street.
FraYSEK DELIVERED F1KJM HIS GALLERY ON,
Saturday, Apfil 10th. three hundred card-phn'/>.
graphs, and over titty large she, for frames eight
by ten Inches.
Clothing and shirts made to order, and a
perfect lit guaranteed iir no sale, by E. It. Sdrncj;
,v Sun. 130) Main start*.
GO TO KKAYSEK'S GAJ.LEUY. AND T ILL ALL
your irieiuls ids is the j?l:u e lor good work.
KEES & Co.'s I'li raUES ARK L'.NDOl'UTEDLY
the best uiudc ill the city. There is scarcely a day
passes thai they do nut make sittings tor parties
who had them taki-u el/ewhere and are not satisfied.
Caro-t'itoTOpHAi'i.-s at Fr.vyser's, *2 i*kr
dozen. __
The Dollar Store hie; butt received a large and
beautiful assortment of towel-racks. wall-pockety
coi ner and si rackets, which exceed any of tto
klnij ever o tie red fur sale in this city.
Fit AYS Kit's EXTENSIVE GALLERY IS STILL
crowded every day.
The ltE.viTirt i. mezzotint or ivOry-kinisii
j'H Tl itE alone made at Rees .t Co.'s, Main near
.Ninth street.
Ut v your clothing ok E. B. SPENCE & bON,
xueiciiaut tailors. > Ait) Main street.
Spring opening of all the late styles of
hats for meu and hoys at P. Weisioeh Jt CO.'S.
Twenty-five per cent, can bb saved by
going to the Ul< 1IMOXD FRAME STOKE, next to the
Dollar Store, and having your pictures framed. A
large supply of cord ami tassels cnnstuutly on ham!.
Cocntky merchants will find at P. Weisi
*;ex: A Cu.'sa splendid line of hats to select from;
and as the goods have been bought for cash they can
offer great inducements to tie-trade.
They have jpst re< lived at tiie Dollar
stork a large lot of beautiful alnums, which they
nre selling for one dol'ar, which will cost two dul
Uo-s and tifty cents ei.sewhere.
Dollar store.
corner Ninth ami Main streets.
M. KLLYSONJt CO., Advertising AgeuIs, DlSPATCIi
ulldlng, will receive advertWmeiit* ami bare tliem
uocrted In any Journal of die country st regular
at?5.
Pineapples and Bananas at PIZZINI'S.
PXZ2INI has some Fine Oraugoi.
Ice-Cream.?Leave your orders with PizzlNt
pday for Ice-Creain. and go early.
.1 l*st Received Some flue Pineapples at
I/.ZINI'S.
A FdAV MORE ? f THOSE NICE 1'lGK in hilgS 3t
IZZINl's.
l'RI NES.-Go tO PlZZlMJUld GET ->M K Of THO-K
lee Prunes.
Reks A (>?. give j.t rfivt satisfaction.
Large photographs at Kkayseh'.-, only ii.
KVEICYRODY SHOULD GO TO THE DOLLAR STORE
id prov ide themselves with one of those patent
Uct minors. Price, one dollar.
Dollar Store,
corner of Ninth and Main streets.
PEMBROKE SniRTS. PEMBROKE SHIRTS
made to ordi r hv
t. b. SPENCE A SON,
Merchant Tailors,
Itoo Malu street
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
Man Cnt to Pieccshy a Railroad Train;
[Special rclepraui to the Dispatch J
Bevwer Dam, Va., April 25.?A negro
man was tound lying od tbe railroad track
threo-rpiarters of a mile west of here this
morning, supposed to have been killed by
the westward-hound night express train.
Ilis head was cut in two, left arm and leg
severed from his body, and clothes torn from
his person and scattered along the track. No
one knows him. and he had no papers by
which he could be identified. He was pro
perly buried by officers of the company at this,
place.
? Snow-Storm In Arbcfnarh?. ' i
fSjwcial telejrram to tbc Disputed.)
Greenwood Dftot, Va? April "25.? XhN
portion of Alb^narle county wa? visited
litis afternoon with a snow-ste rm> com
mencing al>out -115 and la?r ,ng until 4
o'clock. The Blue Ridga mountains froru
Afton to this place are cqv creel. No damage
done to fruit or other T-.rops.
Sntit'cn Death.
[Special tcK-gram to the I'ispatch.)
Bristol, Ten'n., April 25.?Mrs. Lizzie
Nickels, wi'c of J. A. Nickels. Esq., of tbc
Nickels Hotel, died suddenly last night at 8
o'clock of paralysis. She was in apparent
good health up to the time of her death.
She was about thirty years of age, and a
nio;t estimable ladv.
THE INDIANS.
MOKE TROUBLES AITKb'UENDED? CATTCRE OP A
' GOVERNMENT TRAIN, ETC.
San Francisco* April 25.?General Jeff.
C. Davis leaves for the lava-beds to-day. All
the Indians are reported sullen and insolent.
Virginia City, Nevada, April 25.?The
Indians as far east as Utah know about the
Modoc af.hir. The people apprehend an ouf
bteak of Piute*.
St. Louis, April 25.?The Lh-rmx rnr* spe
cial from Denuison, Texas, reports tlmtthe
Indians have <upturn! a Govcruuieut train
destined for Fort Griftin. Four of eight
men in charge of the train were killed and
two wounded.
Convention of Western Railroad
Superintendents.
Cincinnati, April 25.?The superintend
ent* ot western railroads have adjourned,
leaving the completion of the time-table to a
committee. The difficulty was with the
Pennsylvania Centra! combination. The
committee meets in New York on the Ft
proximo with tin; representative of the
Green Line organization to consider the de
tentions on the Nashville, Loui-vllle, and
Iron Mountain roads by their sjliihcrn con
nections, which appear to be s.'nort of ears.
The (.'.invention determined to issue 750
additional cars pro rata to different roads,
and appoint a superintendent to look after
these cars and return them to their owners.
Louisiana Affairs-.
Nf.w York. April 25.?A New Orleans
special r-ays Kellogg has thought a boat and
aimed it with a howitzer for operation in
rivers and bayous. He ha* organized a bat
talion of cavalry, and lias directed the At
torney-Gem ral of the State to pioceed
asm in si McEnervand others for trea-on.
General llancix'?; al 5'<?i'irr<>s Monroe.
Fortress Monk ok, April 25.?Major-Gen
oral W. S. Hancock, commanding the Dc
iwrtnient of the East, arrived here this morn
ing from New York to visit the artillery
R'hoolaml in-du-e! the post. He was received
with the customary salute, and at 10 o'clock
reviewed the troops. In the afternoon he
visited the National Military Asyium, near
Hampton, and thi- evening he will deliver
the diplomas to the graduating class. He
will visit the NortolU navy-yard this after
noon, and will return to New York to-night.
Survey of ;ho < liesnpealu> aiul Ohio
llnili-o.'ul 011 the Peninsula.
Fop.tkf'43 Monroe, April 25.?The en
gineer corps in charge of Major Temple
have completed a survey of the Chesapeake
and Ohio railroad to Yurktown, and will re
turn to-iiioM'ow to a point above Williams
burg to complete some nnlinished work.
Tiiey will not make a survey lower down
fuc Peninsula than York town at present.
>"en York Items.
New York, April 25.?A private cable dis
liatch says that Bisc!:ofl"diei;u is selling his
Erie stock in Loud v.i, and ha- ordered that
held by him in New Y??ik to he sold.
Weakley, who murdered l is niece In a
bouse of ill-fame, attempted sineitle by
cutting the arteries in his arms with a razor,
but the doctors saved him.
A cannon weighing l.hoi) pound- lias ur
rived here from Berlin as a present from the
Eui|ieror to the Lutheran church at Titus
ville, l*a. 'flic cannon was cuptured at i-e- i
dan, and will he cast into a bell tor the
church.
Wii<>iiiiitrton iieins.
Y? A*jru::GTo.v, April 25.?The pa: mcnt of
Commissioner Van BuivnS limits upon the
.State Dejwi tmeht have been stopped on ac
count of informality in his bond.
New commissioners have been appointed
in place of those -r.spended.
Weather Probabilities.
Washington. April 25.?The barometer
will probably continue to fall on .Saturday
throughout the lake region, New Yolk, and
New ~ England, with generally cloudy
weather.
For the South Atlantic State-, and the
southern portion of the Middle States, and
the Ohio valley, rising barometer, partly
cloudy and clearing weather.
For the Gulf States, diminishing north
westerly winds, veering to southeast in
Texas, with generally clc.r weather.
For the Northwest, tailing barometer,
--out beast and hoi.lbwcst wind-', ami risiug
tauperat lire.
LATEST FOREIG-N NEWS.
(Icriuany.
Herein, April 25.?The clergy debate lasted
six hour-. Bismarck defended the attitude
of the Government as just i tied bv the d nni
nccring assumptions oi '!:? pric-thood. lie
denied ba\ ing ii:-:ig ib.d 'lie Italian occupa
tion of Rome.
fSecond Ji'tpiiu?/'.]
Ejcjilis, April 25.?The l.'ppi r House to
ll? y i?ased the bill for the control ot the
Cleigy.
The German Parliament has ordered the
withdrawal, on the 1st ot January, l?75, of j
all bank note* nut of the new Imperial
standard.
Spain.
the disorders in Madrid.
New York, April 25.-rThe Herald ?pecial
from Madrid says:
" There is a ennfl: -f over the jK'rmuncnt
j eomuiis-ion. w hen h\ lite Assembly ho{>ed to
| coirrol the Minis'r\. stirano. who favored
I I he perinare id tailed. At the
! critical momcnr the -ofdiers fraternized with
the people and I he volunteers prove I faint
hearted. Tile di-onti i - ?oniiner.cci \\ ??<!
nesday night, i.'onHvros, lately Captain
General of (Altai nia, was died at near the
Piazza de Torros by \oluutcers who had
taken arms in favor of the permanent com
mission and held the bud-riug.
"Six* batteries of artillery and mitrail
leuse-, cuu-ed the volunteers to surrender, j
"At midnight the Mini-try decreed the'
dissolution oi .'lie comnn sio.i and disarmed
its defenders. The Reds forced tiieir way j
into the presence of the commission, but the j
meoiiieraof the Ministry personally protected I
it. The Reds have pouted themselves at the |
corners of the Btreets, and have possession
of the city. It is variously reported that
^rrnno has been imprisoned or fled the
sity." ^
Loxdov, April 25.?Dispatches received in
London from .Madrid stnte that the latter city
lias been greatly agitated during the past
few days. A rising was expected Wednes
day night, ana the theatres and shops were
all -closed. During the day of Wednesday
the permanent committee of the Assembly
held a session, at which all the member* oi
the Government except President Fi
true'.tis and Scnor Piy Margall, the Jliuis
tecbf the Interior and acting President du
ring the temporary retirement of Figueras,
were present. A long, discussion upon the
situation took place. Serior Castelfcir, Mm
ts^.er of Foreign Affairs, and Senor traluie
ron, Minister of Justice, n.ado speeches, in
which they admitted that the aspect ol
affairs in the city was grave. They stated,
however, that the depredations of the Gail
i>ts, bad been checked, discipline was re
stored in the army, and the Government was
of Opinion that it was uut necessary to again
convoke the Assembly or postpone the elec
tion* for members of the constituent Cortes.
Senor Castellar tinaliv asked for an adjourn
ment of twelve hours, which the committee
refused.
The members of the Government then re
tired to deliberate upon the course they
wonld take, but did not return during the
afternoon.
Eleven battalions of volunteers composed
of Monarchists revolted and tired upon Gen
eral Coutreras, who escaped, but four other
per*ons were killed and several wounded.
The agitation increased as night came on.
and shots were tired iu various quarters ot
the city. A number of volunteers broke
into the hall of Congress where the j>enna
nent committee was in session, and the com
mittee sought satety in flight.
Marshal Serrano and a number of his poli
tical friends, fearing the wrath of the mob,
prudently bid themselves.
On Thursday a Government decree ap
peared dissolving the permanent committee,
und the city became more tranquil.
Licutcnuut-General Soieas has been ap
pointed Captain-General of Madrid, to suc
ceed General Paviu, who tendered Id* resig
nation.
I.ATEK-. TUE RErURTKO ESTABLISHMENT OF THE
COMMUNE.
London, April 25.?A dispatch from Paris
says the Commune has been established in
Madrid, but no continuation of the state
ment has as yet been received here.
Madhid, April 25.?A formidable demon-]
stration will soon be made by the Federal
Republicans in this city.
Brigadier-General Radios has recaptured
a large amount of property taken by the
Curlist chief Sn ball us.
The journeymen masons of Barcelona are
on a strike, and to-day lormed a procession,
which passed through the principal street*
of the city. Many other workingnx-n have
been compelled to join in the strike.
Austria.
THE CnOI.ERA BEJ'ORTED AT VIENNA.
New York, April 25.?The Herald Yi-j
ennti special dated to-day says: ?' Twenty
eases of s[>orulic cholera were brought to the]
hospital yesterday. Five proved fatal. An
effjft is being made to conceal the appear
ance ol the disease in t tic eitv."
France.
GRAVE APPREHENSIONS OF CIVIL WAR.
New York, April 25.?'The Wortd's Lon
don special says: ''Tho gravest apprehen
sions exist in tin* highest circles in Paris o.
immediate civil war. The Monarchists are
determined to oust Thiers at any cost.
Eusland.
London. April 25.?Owing to the troubled
condition of Spain a great many families are
leaving the country. ~ The steamers arriving
here and at French ports arc crowded with
refugees.
PROIHTE AXD 1'ltovisioys.
BAILEY & CO.,
1
PRODUCE AN I) PKoVIMON BROKERS.
ROOM No. 10, PIKE'S DVILl'lNO,
M.
Fourth street. Cincinnati, Oliio.
Mr. ItAtLEY was Lorn in Petersburg, and has been
in tills business itilrty years. mil s-fltn
IOH KFNfi.
IT OH KENT, THAT DEMIlABLEf
X BRICK II*?I."SK, No. 105 north side olH
f 1 iv street, between Hr*i and Second streets, rm.
tuln'liig seven rooms; kitchen with two rooms, coal
nii'l wood-home*. gas and water; now oc.'Uph d bv
Mr. ; M. N'orvill.
Also, a N ?> A LI. HItICK IIOUNK with three
r-'OiiH, iu bhrok'.s alley Ixtwcm Itaker and Iiuval
street *
Also, a nice I.OD.ii VG-ROOM over myofllcc.
I'otsco i' li can be had immediate!v.
K. I). EACIIO.
Ileal Estate Agent. N'o. 9 Fourteenth street.
aj> JiW between Main and Franklin.
IT OR KENT, to a small family, HALF;
X OF A LARGE DWI* M.I NO pleas mil v lo-J
cated. Apply at No. 711 Leigh street. corner ol
high Hi street. ap 3?-2 *
IMjp KENT, a very de-iroble I!KK
S I out ai d DWELLING on the northfliiil
s.i.'p of Itroad street tietween Twenty-fourth ini't
Tweiiiy-bftli si.nets. I'ossea.loii cau i-e had imme
diately. Apjdvt.i
t. I). KACIIO. Ileal Estate Agent.
No. 9 Fourteenth street bctwi-m
ai) 00-31 Main and Frankltu.
ITOK HENT, a most desirable .STOKER
X with DWELLING above on the sou ill sidejBui
d'llroad Letwis-u FlfUiamisix'listreets. 1'os-esdou
riven June 1st. JbBKI.L A S'-X,
Auetl ni ers and Real Estutc Agents,
a|> Cd-lt Kleveutti street between Main and Rank.
El00MS FOK KENT, for single gcu-jf$
t tlenien, with or without HOARD, at cor-Jiiii.
ner of Franklin and Twelfth streets. Apply ou me
premises.
T A BL E-BO A if DF, R S wanted.
ap2e-S,M,i\V3t?
COR KENT, II new BRICK .STORE,
C aim DA ELLING with live rooms,corneri
n' Bakerand Brook avenue. Counter and she.ua
or sale, i'osse-slou to lie had at once. Apply on
be premises. up
"L^OH RENT OR LEASE, u very dcsini
X: ble LOT on the south sine of itroad str c. be
twecii I i::?io>d f.aurel streets : al-o. several L"T8
oil Frank in i eel between i weiuy-fiisl..n I Tweu
ty..f( f?iid -Mots. Apply to
1%. D. K v< iti', rfe.il Kstnte Agent.
N<>, 9 Fourteenth ? tr- < t between
up - :;j i it d Franklin.
l^OR RENT, a NEAT FRAMED#*
X liOL'siK on First street beyond Duval, Ml
containing tliri e room*, with kltclieu and otlwr i.?.
ressjry nut-house.4. t Itv water on 'he premise*
Applv'iit 7J5 Fourth street, near Duval,
up'is-st* _____
TT?>R KENT, u desirable FKAME0>
.X D W Kl. LI 0. on the corner of I hirt j hir? Jll
and Marsha'l street*, cout.tinicg thru- romns, wnti
kitchen and garden attached. and a well of line wa
ter in the vard. Possession given immediately. Ap
pit to " it. W. INCH,
ap 2-- ct 3G10 f.e-RT street, K<xkett*.
I^Olt KENT, two very desirable
ROOM'S 1" the second story of the LlsleJfcaL
tulldtng. corner Ma'n uud Fourteenth street*, su 1
Ale for ofilces or lodging-rooms Possession 1st of
day, Apply to W. GO 'DIN.
I'eal Eiute Agent,
ap 24-Jteod Bank aud Eleventh streeU.
OILS.
4(\ BARRELS No. 1 KEROSENE OIL,
T'U at low eft rates, for Kale hv
I.. AONEK, Pfgrflst.
ap 12 SJx'li and ltnud.
A LAD OIL.?Superior SALAD OIL(L< ??
O horn). tu iirtttlc? and dusk-1, ju?t reedv?h1 for
sale l>\ ITKChl.l.. I. AIM J ?si ca, I?nwjrt?t?,
ap It 1210 Main street, corner i hlrt?-eutl>.
4 l'I'LF.S
J\. OKA NCO S,
and I'OTATOKM
A fresh supply Just rectivd l?y
MOOKE Jt GOODSON8,
ai> 15 U07 .Seventh stree*.
A 1 L PERSON'S HAVING CLAIMS
1\ r gut e st tlie ntider*iyacd will plea?c pre ent
them, and those Indebted make immediate pavit.e t
li T. H. HAZAKI),
a 2 ~tt * K1Q4 <?ry streU.
AW's CllAMl'AGNE I aR>, iui draw
lug citam-.agne. soda-wufor. Ac., from iioMes
will out rt'iuovuiK the cork*. L. \VAU>E1C, .
BP 33 DrufcfUU
FINANCIAL.
fny TELnoiurn.J
SKW YORK.
New York, April 27?Money 7. currency to gold,
derllng. pvj. Gold. !.7i<$r.7|. Governmo ts dull
n.l steady. SUit* .? very quiet. Tennessee's. 7td:
lew, 78}. Virginia's. U: new, 49: c *n-oLs. 33i; de
'erred-l?. Louisiana's. *3: new. 40. Lrvee's,40;s's,
si. Alabama's, so; 5's. 53. t.corgla'a, 75; 7's, SC.
Vortli Carolina s. ?j; i ow, 16; sja'cla' lax, 14. Sooth
Carolina's. 23; new, is: April and October. 25.
BALTIMORE.
Baltimore. vpri't 25.?Virginia consols, 53i: Vir
dnla ?*?. old, 37. Wcsl Virginia's, 13$. Bid to-day.
COMMERCIAL.
CORN" AND FLOUR EXCHANGE.
Friday. April 23.
OPFKRIXG3.
U'H ear White. 230 bushels. Red, *lo bushels.
Con v? White, sit)' ushels. Mixed, iso bushels.
Oats?ro hu*h is.
J<ALES.
Wheat ?VVlille, l'?) bushels fair at il.TJ; ie
mshels pood at $1.75? t?tal. L0 bushels.
Wheat?Red, pw bshel ivory gomlal 91A0-; 220
uisliels goo*! at $1."3?total, :.$3 bushels.
Corn ? Mixed. 2oj bushels at 7jC.
C'onx.?Wh'to, 210 buslieis. Re I. 172 budiels.
rilK TOBACCO MARKET AS REPORTED
BY THE .NEW YORK TOBACCO LEAF.
APRIL 23.?" file past wo? k i.a* been an un
prccedeuh dlv^iuM r,ni for li 'viue.>s fur the season of
the year," remarki.s m*vcmI i-e.ucrs In response to
>ur Inquiries rc porting tlm-condition ?*f trade
dnoc nur previous repjr:, and an extended survey
aver the d main of trufle failed t?? discover any evl
ie.-.ce of act In itv tending to invalidate the correct
ness i f the Information thus Imparted. The simple
truth Is, that the ??tiiiies'' area good deal "oti?of
Jul it'': and what is equally true Is. tiiat nobody can
give i nlauslhle reason for the Irregularity.
Wall str>ct Is ft constant quantity 111 ail attempted
solutions of tlieocculi problem, and so. too. Is that
other never-failing Integer In all mundane onlrula
ions?the weather?I>ui It Is tin u?e; (^. ti. I>. Is as
far away as over, and It seems as If the proposition
would dually have t<> beabandoned ?s ''one ot th*>se
thing- n<? f II >w cau Und our." In co'nmoilfevith
other knigdis of the pen, we have hitherto rlwclt <ut
his tbeine, , ml our excuse Its that It Is unavoidable,
i'v, es aiv waiting, and printer's forms arc Inexor
abc;-there ate ju>t so uiauv columns tolie tilled,
tlid copy liiusf In- had Mp>uM anv. therefore,
weary ol hearing the thriciMoldtale.it may afford
some c.iu-ol irloti to >ueh to he assured that the topic
is n*.t one of our own choosing, hut Is forced tt| on
its by I lie birremnss of l|ie weekly record of wants.
We shall gladly pjCla-w it a*. x?ou a-circumstances
will permit.
t?t' Virtlui-i leaf we learn of some sales, but of
none <>i magnitude. Manulaetunrs liave taken
? uch lines as were adapted in kind and Quantity to
their present want*, and a little was done on export
account. The condition of the market Is in no re
spect dilfercnt from what it was at our last writing,
either as to stocks, price., or requirements. Prime
grades are very linn but not qiiotubly higher, while
other sorts are"steady and apparently not tending In
the oppodt" direction.
A Richmond correspondent observes: ?'The linll
eatl in* here are th it pi ice* will he higher on good
tobacco. Com men may rule low. hut good must In
evitably lie higher, h >th f*>r brisrht and dark."
H.y IV Jt-'Krupn.
NKW YORK MAKKKTfl.
New Youk. April 23.?Cotton quh-t; 1,112
bales: uplands. li'Sc.: Orient*. lUilc- Hour un
changed. WhLkev a shadee sler. \V lica'?Irl,n?\
Ka'Jr. and hilorl -r 2<tf If. ??< !rk
yellow western. 7lr. IMer steady at sjc; I ???
1 lift 1 ;K .*ui.7j. Kurd heavy ??id lower.
Inrpentln" quiet. Koshi tlrm. Tallow tuend).
Freights quiet. .
i;AI.TIMOltK MARK KTS.
BALTlM(?!:r.. April 2S?Klour in Improved de
mand wl.lt hotter feeling: pilot's ;
Wlieat firm. steady, mid unchanged. ( m .ulio
,ii<I drm for sou 1 lit",'ii; white, w fuc.; yellow, we.
I lata lll iner at3< (<ir,ic. I'-r southern. K)o and hay
uuehauged. ProvM-ms quiet hut lirm : p. i'"?? ??
changed. Western hutPi aeilvu and H 10, stock
scarce: good to eliolcv tub. 3*?kI'Je. \\ 111-key noint
II j 1 at Uie.
CINCINNATI MAHKKTS.
Cist isjfATI. April 25.?Flour lirm at "?7 Soft
Con: steady. I'ork iioiuinally ?li.75(?i.l?? i.ani
quiet; ottering* light, Paeon ttrin ; slton de-re. -te.,
c.ear rib-olde", lt'c.; char st-h-", 1 '.e. M bw.?vj, s.k .
i.uuisVillk m \kkets.
I.ot l-Vtl.i.E. Apiil ;5.**l'ro\isloiw quiet and
ttrin. \\ hlikiy steady,
ST. I.Ol'IS M A l? K KTS.
St. Louis. April 23.?Market generally steidy.
Lard la-Id liruier.
( (?TT<?N STATE.MKNT.
N'KW Yoitk- Al I'll 25.?The following Is flie com*
iijiratlve eotitm htali inenf ai all Lulled M ite-, purls
? till ing till wu.'K : Net receipt*. ?!', C33 J -Mile wet K
l ist yejr. 2VJIII?total receipts ro dale. .'j.V<il .,ul; lu
,;,ntc date la.t year, .'<a,|!rj. Kxporls lor ilio wet k.
**vecI* l.i>t your. ?t.)?-tot tl
?Lie ?,03.'.7,C'! to same dale last year, l,,2>i4.<.
Mtit'katull I nile'l.Slaies port-*. I'd,".(J; same tlmo
la.t year. 2?Mt.'.3?3. At all Interior towns, si. 133; same
(in e last year, 33,hit.. At 1 iveroo. l. cm.cig ; last
year, 7*2."*". Aim-rleaii cotton allo'i" lor urc.il l?i 1
laiu, 280,two; same lime last year. 2-j2,uu>.
COTTON M A It LETS.
Galveston*. April 23.?xyj receipts. iflD hales;
sale-. 1> 1 "ale>; Mock, 51-103 bib s. H eekly r- cuipts,
.l,.-3i) bales. 1-xrort-?To Great ,'rltain.,?.A I lul<s;
p.coullni'Ul, l. i.U bale,: coast wise, l,5u bales, .-ale,.
''mohilk, April25._\et reeolnts, 1.3SS bales: ex
port-. coast wise. !g4 hah-: safes, -03 biles, Mock,
(,.'.1,7 bah--,, v t-klv m-r receipts, 5.,81 bales , gross,
i.bales. K.\i.ortv?To tireat llrttaiii, Ui bales;
roast wis.-. I.M2 bale-. Sales. lti,5atj bales.
Nkw oki.kan's. April 23.?Net receipts, 1,7,9
bale,': gross m-cipt-, 2.2ul b.lcs. i- xporis-io
i,reit Prllaln. 2.7!- bales: continent. 4*4 bales,
n.aslwi lis b tie,. .-ales, l.-oo lules; last evening,
(,7?? b..h-a; stock. PJ.V73 biles. Weekly net re
crln.s 1.?,uuo bales; gross, 2-j.o-j7 bak-. l..\pTt-?
io Gnat Biitaln, 82,317 bales; coiiliiieul, lo.lU
bales: coastwise, J..>7l biles, miles, voawo nales.
LllAliLlisTOS. April -'-'--N't-t rectip a t';
exn *i'Ih coa^f^vlMft
stock. 20.79J bales. We-kG net tc:-?-l|iis,.\.'lii bah-fl.
r.Ni.o ts? fo Great Urlbilu. r,9J, bah ?: eoiitiiieoi,
I bales ; coast wL"c, 3. ,-.a bales, ^ah--, 4.'j5u ' a es.
lni/riMOKK. April .5.-' olion?Net recilj?ts,3-2
bales; gross, i.l bale,; experts eo stwl.e. oImm's.
-ales, .oi lwlt>; -toek. v,s'J, bales. Weekly let
receipts. 1.419 b Wes: g.'es . l.SJj bales? OA is, ft, cea, -
wise. |s, I.tlll-S : sale... l.ul.i liab-s.
NOHFOLK. April 23.-cotton-Net receipts. r.?
b ill s, expoiL, eoastwl e. 2 i bales ; sale,. Joo Irak's,
-to. k. 3 -7a bales. W klv ne receipts, 3.,til ba.es ,
CAborts coastwise. 0.5:3 bah -; S...CS. 3-0 bules. ^
> \ van N.vii, April 25.?Cotbiii?Nc( recelp.H, a<?S
-uile-. V..\iM,rtr?'lo coiilluetit. S..32 bales; coast -
Wla- 1 7j!? bale* miles. 3 la bale-. M"C<. 31.032
bales. Weekly receipts. 1,o3i bih-s. KxpiirG-l o
<irvat Hril.iiii, tulva : to cuiillnc"t? i.c-3. iMiCDt
eua?twlse. 3.1 bale,. Sales, 3.4*i bales.
CITY I'OINf, April ka.?'.otPm?W evkly io
_ ccipts, tc" bales.
tl.% It I .K f. I SITK!il,Hi
AllNlA'TCKi!. ALMANAC. At'HIh 23. i?-3.
sun rises 5:H I M-rnn rlv.s
moi.e.is e^.-. Ilio" 3-*~
i'UHr UF K1CUMGND, AKItIL 23. G.3
AI'-IUVEO.
SchuoiTfr Mary Slow, L'el lows, Oriental, L. 1..
g^d\oo?mV'lLU?ilty' McMulIco. Georgetown, coal.
s>. i*. Latliroy. ^
Steamship Wyanoke, W'alk r. New York, rncr
cliaudl-eaod tkumei'gers. G. W. A Pen Jc? o.,?geuis.
^.e...ovt aoiiu ?*,!??. :er, ? oP<r-?. _>or??u?, a.^r
l.anol-e t-j ? ?' um. *scrtl
M hoon.-r I ok.,1111.1, t :ank,.Laltlamc, iccrchau
m-lnM.'ner 'vngiiVi,!'Mwkins, ltappahsnnoek, to
,ad .utnljc-r for rial li mote. ^ ...
S.hoo.-er 'iutile Laytou. Creekmore, Norfolk,
Vehooner fcllier Spray, < ludwlck. Norfolk, light,
lfrt'g' *Ni-nie An rial, I.o-ad, I-l? Gnnn'e do fjul,
ot?r.
? ? km rou r?us r<>icr.
. , Aj.r.i 2.'?Eili I'rv-sey, I'r*;>sc-y,
'. . .. I.oiC.
>1 KN< >H AN UA.
Arrived at New York on the i. bC ho*?lie rs J oh u
lowird. and Harry Luinicil, layh.r, \lr?
s'tio.u r Fhbmdo, liamliton. fmirt Virginia for
'rovlder.ee, pa eU lUrongb liol. Gallon the
M-h.i a'r sard. It. Stnhu, ir m New lavci for
,'hglnia, which went a,borc on ttto 2iSl .listaut III
lei? Ga'.e, has been got off.
[> i
no^PAKTKER-fiiP.-Tbe undersigned
I y nn tv^ 4i.th day of January, ly?J, fonodjl ft
Lmited p*rtuer?hlp under the tlrsn-nniue of W Hi f
rkKe p MANNING A BOWMAN Tor the pur
aofcCofconluerliig?Gyavel indSUtc-Kootlng, flo
,, .. anil I itt.-9llll.il Ittt'SHU*. Itlkpect
,bv' Vblcli a'"hare of ihe puhlle puronagc.
,nmWuxpro?u;?t a.cl falUiful ckwuthm o. ?oy
Ml work cuiruMei to them, a id rivnpftabte
ind all worx imm WHIT r.vKLlt,
c MANMNg,
A. ?. IM>WM \N.
Gf.lee, ltlS Cary street; ,h'>i>, '-hi'-il Matu
^Tul'nkful P> mf irlcuds and ilw public for ihelr
fei'.K'sraiJ
j.romjMly at'.cau. J t" m ?h. Iuiitr?. T.AKKIt.
Kp 5-lm *
)/ w i Bt'sUKUS KKMl * KV "SNOW
1.JlarSlV nf'pelt^EXtVa'&B J ul ro
-iv td u couslgn mi nt, and I orfX c b>.. t |Vk
Tiv.orn r *' WN ft.
vl i>(^N l\s M'vti I 4-vea, lU'AOJ ^',1
) am> mining l'oy. i?? Sw
?VMat-l r.-WO!.P. ?" "jrf'i aJr-i i C3*. mid
ot si'-gh- and noKbh-Itpca vraur i? ?
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