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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1S73.
l*U>sp?C(5t lor
The Sew York Daily Hull elm (commer
cial) cays that the theory of the. Kngltsh
Ilx>notmi? that the world's supply of w heat
is always-equal to the demand is IU-cly to be
fully tested during the present y<ai\ .Here
tofore Kqglaiul has tieen a!tno-l ttic only
food-baa porting country, and all ;ubT',(;s
have tcudntUo that market. But while this
has Nsno Uk- case the resources of tu<? wlicnt
producing.countrios have Urn taxed t?? then
utmost to supply the demand. l*>t year
<;rest Itiitain. required lbO.OOO.OOO bushels
of wheat, and the whole world was drained
to supply Uiiss deficiency, and all the availa
ble shipping.called into rrqui-ition to trans
port- it. 'I4be .current ri quiremt tits ol the
present year are adniitbd to he very little it
nr.v If ? than lhn-?-? f !:i- f year, whit? it is
said Vranee r.ill jr.juire??an unprecedented
lar?'e supply of foreign whiat" also. Her
??defieieney i- estimated at from .o0,O0fU(MH)
to S2,(k'0,f'W> huehc!--. Probably GUjUHpOOO
would If a fair calculation as the require
ments ol that country thi> yuar.v This,/be
Daily Jiullfiin says,-4'is nearly equal to the
ordinary deficiency of England." It i- also
said that other "continental deficiencies at'
estimated at about v\i.OOU.non, nicking a t<>ta
r< quired Euroiinaii donuid tins year ?>t
210,000,1.00 bn.-h'ls. or twice the rcquiir.
imuta ol last vcar.'" - After making all reu-;
sonal'le deductions,'* it is -aid. 4< Euro]*-;
will rtquite at Ica-t ;?iy,0fMi.nt?U bushels of
wheat this year." As to where these enor
mous supplies are to cow; tiom, the Hula hit
<loea not try to point out, but -ays: 44 It is
verv evident they aie jivf now 'insight,1
and" cannot l-e relied on in the promt
4-meifcfm yIf a siitiiejfjj-t -upply is Jotind
it will con lit m the theory, of the Urthth
JCtouatntH - that the wo?l(K>.*Upply of bicad
>tutls i> equal to the demand. But this iu
volvts a draining of the >>uipliises ot the
whole world to an extent nqycr before at
t? uipted, and wliieh could only be possible
at the present time." And e.Yc'i tlieu 44all
the roiling stuck ot all the r;dlroad> in the
world and all the inland and cwfjn fonna-_e
of the nations will be required topuove and
distribute the prodigious quantity .ol grain
required, so it i- said : 44 If tleu'e is too
much "W In at in l he world, t his i- a gi.- Ml.tiiuc
to establish the tact, and if any pc?q.Ie have
mere bread-lull's than thevjeqiiiie tii '.v can
now make money by -ending to inuilr-'t.
Tlie principal reasons tor t hi- enor: ion
den.and lit* bieadslull's ill I' hi ope aac the
?treat di tie/iiey in f treat Britain and 1'iav.cc.
as above show, n, with a considerable laL'Wit
oil in h>- i/sijK.itant eouiitiic-; the partjal
lailure and treat delicieiiey in the rye crop,
with a very probable short crop ol Indian
corn, which renders ruces-ary a large in
crease in the use of wheat for brad. There
arc also reports tied 44 the potato disease is
spreading rapidly*4 in .England. It also air
pears that during tie past lew years there
has been a large increase in the consumption
of w heat bioud in Kuroiic. The two princi
pal reasons given for this increase are the
higher wages jmid the laboring classes in
Great Britaiu, which gives Hmod moic money
to buy with, and the general results of the
recent war with France in Germany.
The two countries which aie mainly relied
on to supply the great deficiency above de
scribed are Itu-sia and the United Ktates. it
is still too early to spe.ik with any certainty of
the Russian harvest; so we can onjy say
now that some complaints in rcgai (I lo the
wheat and rye crops in some sections of Rus
sia have been seen, but sufficient information
lias not yet becu obtained to indicate general
results.
The general indications now point (?? an
abundant crop of wheat in the United State*.
Still there are reasons for expecting thai the
linal results of sales and shipments will fail
short of present expectation. The largest
surplus seems to be of spring wheat in the
Northwest,and of w inter wheat in < 'alifornia.
The strongest evideiuc of the large surplus
of spring wheal is the heavy receipts at
< hicito, Milwaukic, and other lake ports.
But this may be in no small part due to the
fine weather for threshing and marketing
the crop, the comparatively good prices
w hich it bring-, and the urgent need of most
farmer-in the newel Mates for money. A
to California, not only i< theiea large falling
oil reported in the receipts and shipments,
but it a] pear- to be < olircdcd that tliero must
be a large tailing oil' in the surplus as coin
jiaied with that of last year, in the At
lantic States winter w heat is a Very mode
rate crop?less, there can be little doubt,
thati an overage?but this steins to have
little influence on the imrket as yet, owing
to the very large supply and line quality of
spring wheat.
Indian Cons.?'The general anticipation
of a short crop of corn appears likely to be
more than ie-tli/ed; for n??t only has a very
severe drought cut short the crop ill many
sections West, but a bard lro-t on the night
of the 13th ultimo must have severely in
jured a large amount of late corn. Accord
ing to all accounts, a very large breadth of
corn was planted in June, and not a little
during the latter part of the month. A
large part of this corn must be injured more
or loss where the fiost prevailed. So tar as
heard from, the lrost was most severe and
did the most damage in Illinois and Wiscon
sin. With a very short crop of corn, though
There is doubtless a good deal of old corn at
the West, it may be a question whether we
shall have much more than a u.-ual average
supply of breadstull's to spare lor exjiort.
This being the ease, and it being difficult to
tell where sufficient supplies to meet the
European demand can be obtained, there
seems to be good reasons for expecting the
large advance in prices recently referred to
by the Mark Lane Jucjire&.?in Culti
vator.
A ('oik.r^lii iii Ikanbiiry.
| From thi' Haitiuiry Newfc.J
ltcv. Mr. Pinkney, of Slawson, bought a
game rooster from a Dan bury dealer Satur
day . Mr. Pinkm-y informs us that he was
not aware the fowl was of the game spceies;
he bought it became ol its shapely appear
ance. We believe this .statement, and are
eontiUeut that the good people of Slawson
will acquit him of all blame in the unfortu
nate affair of last Sunday morning, the par
ticulars of which are as follows: At the
time the trouble commenced Mr. Piukuey
was engaged in arranging his neck-tie pre
jwratory to putting on his vest and coat.
Happening to look out the window he saw
his new rooster and a rooster, belong
ing to the widow liathburu squaring
off in the street for a light. Sur
prised and pained by this display, he
immediately started out to repel the disturb
ance, but wus too late. When he got there
hall a dozen young ruffians with cigars in
their mouths aud evil iu their eyes had sur
rounded the birds which were ulready in
the affray. They would thni-t their heads
out at each other aud ruffle their necks and
then dance around aud .-trike out with their
spurs and jump hack and thrust out their
heads again. And when the boys saw him
they shouted out, " Ilurry up, baldy (Mr.
Piukney is a little bald), or you'll miss the
fun." Mr. Pinkney was inexpressibly
shocked. It was Sunduy morning; the
homes of two of his deacons and several of
his most prominent members were iu sight,'
and here were those roosters carrying on
like mad and a parcel of wicked and pro
lane boys standing around shouting their
approval and noisily betting on the result. He
made an effort to secure his fowl, but it
eludod him. The perspiration streamed
down his face, which burned like lire, his
knees trembled, and he felt, as he saw the
neighbors gathering, that if the earth would
only open and swallow him he could never j
be sufficiently grateful. Just as be attempt- J
ed to catch his rooster a rough-looking iudi
viduul, with his pauts iu his boots,and a cap
lyjtb a drawn-down fore-piece, came up, and
taking in the scene at a glace, sided in with
the other rooster. " Fair play," shouted the
new comer for the benetit of the crowd, and
n Don't step on the birds, old codger," for
the particular beneht of Mr. Pinkney, who,
crazwl beyond reason, was jumping about,
swinging his arms, and muttering incoherent
things, to the great dauger of stepping
pa the combatants, u&ood for -old Pink
ney's rooster," screamed the boys in de
light, as that fowl knocked a handful
vt feathers from his opponent's neck. " The
pan*eu knows how. to da it," said fl one-evcd
man gleefully. Mr. Pinkney could have
swooned. " I'll go you live dollars on the
Widder," said the rough man. earnestly
\v inkir.g at the clergvmun;? " Take him, Pink
ney: take him, Pinkney." chorused the
crowd of rngmutlins. 'vMy friends," pro
test^ the unfortunate minister in a voice of
agony,'"! cannot, I cannot"I'll back
jou, sjc" said an enthusiastic man with a
risk-pole-:<4 I'll put upforyou.and you can let.
me have it from your donation." The cler
gy man. groaned. "Catch the Widder,"
.limited the rough man to Mr. Pinkney, in
dicating that huh's hird hv a motion or his
linger. .Mr. Pinknev clutched if, drop
ping on his knees as he did so. j
At flic same time the rough man,
hy a dexterous move, caught the clergy-)
man's bird, and a ho dropped on his k tiers
opposite. Just then Mr. Pinkney looked up,
and there saw two of his deacons and sev
eral ol the .members staring down upon the
scene with un expression that brought I lie
Mood to his face, and with a groan ol in
tense J)tin the unhappy man dropped Mrs.
itathhiirn's fowl and darted ink. the house. I
As soon as lit recovered from his mishap lie |
s< ni in his resignation ; but as a critical ex-1
atnination had.been made in the;:ieau time,
and it transpired that as far as the worthy!
man was conee.vned t here was not t lit* lc.ist
blame, the re.-ignition was not acfl-pted.
Maiik Twain /t Nkwu ate.?Said a New
gate ttiinkey to a (Quaker lady: ?" I was
! showing our plu.ee the other day to a r?
markably intelligent Ameiie.an. who nd
i.mired onr ammgej,i?ents exeeedinglj;. only
| ,'ie tiioiiglil we were, too lenient. That. gen
Airman said that the great mistake in Aincri
.v.i.was leniency. 'Would you believe it,'
say' lie, 4 we caught ji ra>eal in Amcriw the)
o.tL"r day whom we .ought iminediateJy to
liar.e burned, and we,only hung him. i|!'l
we are earning to our senses, and are now
making ainmgements rso bum certain tucji'
for AVbom the gallows is too good.' 'Willi
t bee J."' good enough to .tell me the name yf)
the American gentleman who made that re-j
mark Jo thee'? said thedQuakeress. 'All,,
yes,* sajd the warder roft/etively; 4 let. met
see?it .was a JMr. Mark Twain.'"?A/.D.j
Con tray.
" rare wen- the jreny " thev hore.
'? Wr b;?,v !(>??!, and regretfully, too.
an ancicni .volume of poems -written by a
lady of T<nu'v<ci\ It rout line/il many rare
oi'ius,' not tlj" 'ea?t brilliant of which were
some uiierotjug remarks aiUlressed 'To a
sleaniboat on C he -diss 'r-ippi,' aJitl begin
ning" tliu-:
?' Y<-.-teamhoat } ;ui"lous are tie; freight ;'<?? bear!"
[ Lt/U'Wilfc CGorivr-Journal.)
It is no part vf our business to tafce tip
tile endgeis on led/all' of Teline-seC by fur
nishing a iioland far t lie ('oaticr-Jourta,'!'^
Oliver, but it so liaj>pens, and we see 110 im
propriety in making it,known, that we have
lost, ami most regreU/illy, too, an ancieiK
volume of poems \wiifan by a gentleman of
Kentucky. It contained many rare 44 gems,"
not the least hi Pliant of which wcie some
interesting remark-; 011 ?'Temperance." be
ginning tlllls;
'?The tir.ot productions of pencil or pen,
31?of particularly when
Urged out of season.
-Sever fail t<> ulleud the human reason."
The Conner-Journal sheds some natural
tears over the lo.-s ot its volume. J11 ere we
have the advantage of it. We shed all our
tears over the volume itself. Another word,
sis we may say resj>ecM'ully after l>r. J, De
Haven White, thejeminent poet-dentist of
Fhiladelpliia, who close* bis poem entitled
"A i'rajer*'with a ]>reguant stanza begin
ning
-- Yt;l. Lot d. a not la r word to Thee"?
a fine pictorial line, by the way. in which
the least imaginative may sec the poet in a
beckoning attitude, throwing back iiis head,
batting his eye, and crooking his forctingcr
at the awful personage addressed. To re
turn. We do not know whether or not the
(Joun'er-Jouriial in this thing i- simply fun
ning, though lor the sake of Usgallantry we
hope it is; but we are bound to say that ire
are in sober cariKst.? .Ycic York IYorld.
Pni 1,os .j'uie.u. J'kfi-kctiox.?How ditl'or
cnt i< the basis of men's minds! What op
posite tes.deneie- they exhibit in their inves
tigation of 1 lie phenomena ol mental science !
For ?.'.ample, the lawyer inclines to the ab
stract. the builder to the concrete.
A tirst-cln<s tenor in New York receives
?>#,000. That is given by Christ church and
other churches. A basso gets nearly the
same sum. A soprano commands even a
higher salary, and an ;dto ran manage to ob
tain <piitea comfortable little addition to the
week's income.
??I never was s;) thankful in my life!"
exclaimed a hover woman when telling a
cor.'iter's jury how her husband dropped
dead. " We hadn't had a tight all that day.'"
liOUTS. SHOES, Ac.
\\ri: AUK NOW DAILY RECEl V
t T ING our fall Mock of Ladies'. Gentle
lieu'/, M isscs', Boys', Yout lis*, and Children's
BOOlS Hild SHOES
of every description.
ABLE Si KKW-WIKE GOODS a specialty, for
n*s, Boys'. arid Children's wear,
uriis.MiViiiieiP ?>f TRUNKS and SATCHELS is
><i. and will tie sold low to make room for other
,d<.
allies' and gentlemen's custom work made to or
aud guaranteed to tit.
JOHN H. UOSC11 EX & SOX,
- 95 5O0 and 511 Broad street.
HALL AND EXAMINE OUll?
O* line assortment of
TRUNKS. VAl.ISES, SATCHELS, R*.
iEXTLEMEVS HAND-SEW ED GAITERS and
AD1ES\ MISSES', and BOYS' SHOES, &c.
' vvhJgo, ellett & CRUMP,
jy 10 130S Main street.
STOVES. TIXWAKE. Ac.
kj OTlCE.?I ant prepared to put up
FIRE-PLACE HEATERS for In ning three
r mow rooms. Persons having Fire-Place lleat
i-sto be repaired will do well to send Ju their or
ei's I adore cold weather.
Also, TINNING, PLUMBING, aud GAS-FJT
IN'U doueatsliorl notice.
.JOHN' BOWERS. Iron Block,
iiu Uit-.'im 1 toveruor s'tver. Kichuioud. Va.
^FECIAL ATT It ACTIONS AT J. It.
O MOUXTC'ASl LE A ro.'S, No. 520 iiroad
str-"t. L'tween Fii'th an'. Sixtii streets.
The" General i.ee" cooking-stove, tlie best fam
ily stove made, and the - Star I tenter." a handsome
parlor and store stove. OLEOPIIKNE OIL, over
15c degrees lire-test, and Lite safest oil on the Ameri
can continent.
Plumbing, Tinning, Gas-Eitting, aud repairing
Itromptiv done. au 27
I.I ME AMI CEJIEST.
OC'KLAxND LIME, CEMENT, Ac.
500 barrels landing litis day from schooner Sar
an.
an.
j barrels round-top CEMENT;
it barrels Koscudale GEM EXT :
0 barrels calcined PLASTER. I11 store and for
by [se 15j A. S. LEE.
j^IME! LIME! LIME!
uoo barrels "INDIAN ROCK" LIME received
this day.
Cons^g^l receipts FRESH lrotn kilns.
For WK low. DILLON. ELLETT & CO.,
Manufacturers, 1503 Dock street,
Richmond,Va? Augusts. 1873. uus
F
NEEUS.7KEN, FLORISTS, Ac.
ULTZ SEED WHEAT?
A new variety?
EARLY, RED, WITH SMOOTH HEAD
sent out by the
U. S. AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
hi 1571 and 1872.
It Is said by those who have tried It to have done
tetter than any other variety, making good crops
vhere others failed entirely. We have received a
mall lot direct from the neighborhood in which it
trigiuutcd, wliich we offer for sale for seed,
se 1 ALLISON A ADDISON.
jT'ULTZ WHEAT.?Wo have iu store this
? N E W A M R h RLE A K DLESS W11 EAT. which
we will sell In quantities for seed to suit the warns
of our planters. On consignment.
au2o palmer, haktsook & co.
KfTJOYALS.
JAMES II. FATTON, M. D..
HOMU20P AT1I1C PHYSICIAN,
has removed to No. 107 north Third sir.' et, between
Franklin and Grace. Otlice liours, 2 to 4 V. 31.
se lo-eodlm
,?JANNED Fi t HITS.
THGMAS BAi.MEli & GU.
OFFKlt
2,000 dozen 2-pound TOMATOES,
1,000 dozen Sspound TOMATOES,
000 dozen 2-pound PEACHES,
400 dozet. 3* pound PEACHES,
COR I
200 dozen CORN,
at RiUUmvre price# (with freights). oc 2-1 w
KAILItOAl) M\I.S.
Richmond and Danvii.i.r Kailuoab go.,)
Office Knotxekh anb Bui'KBINtkndext- >
Richmond, Va., Septi mi?<?r 27,1873.)
.AFTER THE 2Sth INSTANT TRATO6
jLJL on tills road will run dully as follows
GOING WEST.
NEW OKI.BANS EXI'ltKNfl
(rid Atlanta and Jtiehmond Alr-Llne)
Loaves Richmond 3:00 A. M.
Leaves Danville 12:30 I*. 41.
Leaves Greensboro' 3:30 1'. 31.
Arrives Alr-Llne.htnoMon 8:00 I*. M.
Arrives Char.otlc 8:13 1*. 41.
TIUtOCGll MAIL
| {tin. Columbia and Augusta)
Loaves Richmond 1:03 I*. M.
I Leaves Danville 8:43 1'. M.
I.oaves Greensboro' 11:38 I'. M.
Ari ves Cliarlotte 4:03 A. 31.
L.YNCII licit<; PASSK.VG KB
Lea;Itlehiiumd 9:43 A. 31.
Airt.vcs iturkevllle 12:43 I'. At.
Arrives Lynchburg : 4:40 I'. 31.
GOING EAST.
NEW Y'IKK EXPItESS
(rirt Atlanta and Kleliuionrl Air-LInc)
[ Leaves* harlot te 8:15 A. M.
Leaves Air-Line .Dilution. 8:30 A. 41.
j.oaves GreeiislKiro' 12:43 I'. 31.
Leav?t' Danville 3:13 I'. 31.
Arrive-jhiclnnond 10:27 I*. 31.
TlltlOIYHT AT A It, *
, (rid Columbia and Augusta)
Leaves Charlotte 2:50 p. M.
Leavis Greensboro1 8:13 P. 3!.
Leave- Dair. ille 1 1:1 J P. 41.
Arrives Ul'elpnond 0:33 A. 31.
T.Yxciiurnr; passenger
Leaves 1.^ nelilmrg 8:13 A. 31.
Leaves Hi,v?:eMile 11.33 A. M.
Arrhe.s IhEhmoiid 2:30 P. 31.
The Now .York Express will .-'op for passengers
only at th<H,MIowlng places l?ci ween itiehmoiid ami
lireenslioro' ?,vJ/.. Heldsvllle. I 'anvillc. tloston,Glo
ver. DrakCi >I?raii?:h, .Meherrin. Hurkeville, and
Ghula.
The New 'Asi? ar..; Express and the Through Mail
Trains east and ? aest will stop at all regular sta
tion-. and also .a fc flag-stat ions where signalled.
Through (kdvut- sold to all points south and west
and inggage cWikgJ through.
T. 31. H. TALCOTT,
se 27 Engineer and 8ii|ieriiih?idi lit.
A.Vl> < II ESAl'EAK E)
lOAD COMPANY. >
)ND. Jill) '.'1, lo73. )
RICHMOND, YORK KIVKit
J ! AIL liO
Richmond.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE PAS
bENGLR and FREIGHT TRAINS on tliif
road will run as follows:
PASSENGER TRAIN f"r Wist Polj* leave*
Richmond at .1 P. M.. i train from West Point
will arrive at Kichiuniiii at ln:3;) A. M. c..l!y (Sun
dnvs executed}. ,
Tim splendidsieamor SITE, Captain A. C. Mcklb
i Cgis been place I on the route bet ween West l'oinl ar.i!
GuPlinore to run in conduction with this road. and
w.l). nuikc three trips a wo,;k. leaving Wivm I'olnt
'M'libJ ?A VS. i IM'RMIAYS. and SaT l.'RDAYb
otkitbc arrival of the train, which leaves Rlchtnonii
ai t P. M.. arriving at linltiinore next morning in
ami*.' time to cenncrt with v?viins tor the North
ami A\U>t: and leave Palliuioi* MONHA VS, Wh i>
XE-'&AYS.ami FRIPAt'S at 1 1*. M.. munocting
at Woe I'olnt with the train die at Richmond at
lotto Ik,-..; morn int.'.
Fare If I ;.d 11 more, *3 : colore I purple. At.
FKb'iUMT Tit \! \. with t:a.--i u.,'er car attached,
for through ft eight only, leaves Richmond Tnes
<la'?, 'Hi*#, si la vs. and Saturdays at 4 A. M. Through
freight nwr-ived daily (ill a P.M.
FitKKiK T TR At N. with pa-M uger ear attached,
for freight lin-tween Richmond and West I'oint.
leaves Richmond on Mondays. Wednesdays, and
Fridays at 6 A. M. I,oral I'r. iglit received Tuesdays,
Thursdays, ui,J Saturdays till 6 P. M.
F.DW. K. FOLGFR,
Conrral Freight and Ticket Agent.
W. V. Rkaoo.. Master Transportation. jv 21
>n Route,)
>KKICE. >
V29. 1S73. )
RICHMOND AND W REDOX ROUTE,
GEN EH k?. AT A NAD Elf's OEU
RtGHMOND. V.\., .1 IIIV
rPIIE TRAINS ON THIS ROUTE run
JL as follows:
The MAIL TRAINS leave Richmond at 5A.M
and 1:2?? P.M., arrive nt Petersburg at 8:10 A. M
ami2:?6 P.M.; arrive u! WeMonat 9:11 A. M. and
6:15P. M.
FREIGHT TRAINS, with " passenger coach at
tachcd. leave Richmond l.?r Petersburg at 6 A. M
and 5 P. M.. and returning leave Peters uigal*:oc
A. M. and 3:3d I'. M.
R1CTCKXIXG MAIL TRAIN'S leave Weldon at
1:40 A. M. and 4:10 P.M., and leave Petersburg at
4:55 A. 31. Had 7:55 P. M.
TheSUXDAV EXCURSION T? ? LXS Ntwcei
Richmond and Petersburg leave both places ai f
A. M. and 5 P.M.
The Freight Trains will not run on SUNT) AYS,
Did the 7:55 P. M. Mail Train will not leave Peters
burg on Sundays, and the 5 A. Al. Train will not
leave Richmond on Mondays.
The MAIL TRAIN'S will not stop between Rich
mond and Petersburg except at Manchester air
Chester.
Passengers for Norfolk will take the train leav
ing Richmond at l:2<? P. M.
Passengers from Clover Hill wit! leave at 6 A- M.,
and returning have Richmond at 1:20 P. M. daily
(except Sundays).
Passengers will lake their meals at .larratFs Ho
tel, and all trains leaving Petersburg wiil start from
the Washington-Street depot.
PC! i MA N'S p.i!. V >. SLEFPIXC-CARS art
attuclied toall the Night Mail Trains.
THOMAS H. WYNNE,
jy 29 General Manager.
RICHMOND, KlJhlJEIUOKSBCKO AND POTOMAC
K AII.ttOAD COMPANY. Oi'Klf K Of
0 KNl.II A I. i'K.kKT AND FKCHiHT AoKNT,
Kl< 1IMONL'. .Julie IS, 1873. j
CJCIIEDULE OF TRAILS.
r5 ?
RiCHM"XD, FTtF.DLRlCKsnURG AND POTO
M AC UAILRi ?AI?.
I'!* DAY .MAID leaves By i d-Street station 0:10
A. M.
If \P HTMAIL Icsv-s Bytd-Sl met station 9:4(
I". >i. (i v.'iil <;?: Sunday-.)
CI' \<'j'iMMODATION leaves Bro.cj-Street
slati-"' ?; P.M. icsiTiit on Sunday.-.)
|>:>v. DAY MAID arrives hi Bjrrl-rSC-cetsta
tion :il 1:08 M.
(>? i\y \ MCIIT MAID arrives al nyrd-Suvet sta
tion *:io A. M. P><cpt "!i M. ii'l .y- )
DOWN ACCOMMODATION BRAIN ar?: v?" s at
Broad-Si rout atation 8:37 A. M. (except on Sun
1 in vs.) , .
FREIGHT THAI VMli ave Broad-Street station oi
Mom la vs. Wednesdays. and Fridays :u o: 15. A. M..
ronneciing at Qnantieo with tin: Alexandria am
Fredericksburg rail way. Returning, arrive at Broad
Sireel station mi Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Satur
days at 4:10 I*. M.
Bv order of General Superintendent.
,J. B. GENTRY,
fe 18 General Freight raid Tlekel Agent.
piUKSAPKAKE AND OIIIO IIAIL
ROAD On and after 5th May, 1573, the|kish.*u*
ger trains will run as follows:
"WESTWARD.
MAIL TRAIN?Leaves Kielnnoiid ?:3.i A. M.
DAtt.Y exrept Sunday, connecting with W., C.,
Va.. M. ,t (-. S. railroad at Gordonsvllle au<! Char
lottesvllle, and arrives at White Sulphur Springs
| at 8:o5 P. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN?Leaves Richmond at 10 P
AL DAILY except Saturday,eoiinectingat Gordons
ville with W., ('., Va , M. A G. S. railroad trains lot
Lynchburg and southwest, and arrives at Hunt
ington at 6:20 P. M. next day. Steamer leaves Hunt
ington on arrival of the train, and arrives at Cin
cinnati at 6 o'clock next morning.
Tills irain shins between Riclinioud and White
Sulphur only at -Junction. Cordoiisville. Charlottes
vllle. Staunton, Goshen. AIillhon>% and Covington.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Leaves Richmond
at 5:10 P. M. daily except Sunday, and arrives al
Gordons vi lie at 8:45 P. M.
EASTWARD.
Steamer leaves Cincinnati stfP. M. daily ex
cept Sunday, and arrives at Huntington at ? A.
M. tfext. dav. connecting with express train.
EXPRESS TRAIN?I.eaves Huntington at 10A.
M. DAILY except Sunday, and arrives at Richmond
nt 4:30 A. M. next day, connecting with train
going south ami with dames river steamer for Nor
folk. This train slops between While Sulphur anc
Richmond only al Junction, GordousvlHe, Char
lottesville, Siauiiiou, Goshen, Miilboro , and Cov
ington .... . _ , . , ? . ?
.MAIL TRAIN?Leaves \\ lute Sulphur 5:55 A. M.
DAILY except Suutluys, connecting with \\ ., ( ..A a..
M. & G. S. railroad at Cliarlottesv tile and Gordons
vllle. and arrives at Richmond 5 P. M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN? Loaves Gordons
ville 8350 A. M. DAILY except Sundays, connecting
at Gordonsvllle with W..C., Va., M. Jc G. S. railroad
train from Lynchhurg and southwest, and arrives at
Richmond 10:15 A. M.
For further information impure at the company';
oflice, on Broad near Seventeenth street.
A. H. l'EKRY, General Superintendent.
Jamks F. Nfthejiland, General Ticket Agent
mv 3
FERTILIZERS. ^
J^UREKA.-AMMOXIA^TED
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
manufactured and for sale by
THE ATLANTIC AND VIRGINIA FERTI
LIZING COMPANY
at their olllce,
No. 1119 Main stkket, Riciomnd, Va.,
and for sale by the following general agents:
JOHN ARUINGTON A SONS,Petersburg;
1IOOE & JOHNSTON, Alexandria.
Price, >!>:r>0 per ton of 2,ooo pouuds, cash on de
livery at the tide-water iwrts.
MANAGERS.
William G. Ckkxsijaw, President;
Frank g. Rckfix,
Jamks K. Crenshaw,
WILLIAM T.SEWAUP.
For particulars send for circular. Post-otlice box
No. 909. Give it a trial.
FRANK G. RUFFIN,
se 25-d,swAwlra W. N. RUFFIN.
rPKY XfIE VIRGINIA* FERTILIZER,
1 NO. 1, ON YOUR WHEAT THIS SEASON?
At the suggestion of many farmers I am directed
bv the manufacturers to reduce the price of the Vir
ginia Fertilizer to $25 per ton. which is considered
by those who have tried It to be far below its actual
value; but having a big supply on hand, and anx
ious for parlies to try it. they have determined to
reduce the price for this season only, in order to In
troduce it. Give rt a trial.
J. U. HOCKADAY,
Feed and Produce Commission Merchant,
so 5-lm Maiu street. Sole Agent
WILLI A3f WILDT,
397 KKOAD STREET,
DEALER IN HUMAN HAUL
ESTABLISHED 1851.
__
The buslresa established by me nearly twenty
years ago is still the same. T only work first-class
fiair, which is always manufactured in the latest
buhlou and of the bent style.
COM BED-OUT JIaIR is carefully worked up.
All orders are promptly UUed.
JEWELRY, and especially HAIR JEWELRY,
is made, as heretofore- by ute from the latest pat
terns. The repairing of Jewelry J?JiR# done in the
best manner. se 20-3m
FOR KENT.
FUJI,KENT, (he STORE and ROOMS)
?abovi: same. Broad street between Nlnthj
and T?:ufh;nt present occupied by Mrs, Turn ley.
Posfeaslon.glvenat oncc. Apply 10
mann s. Valentine,
oc 3-1 w 1213 Main street.
FOR RENT, a desirable FAMILY#!*
RESIDENCE (No. 12) on First street Ik?-E-i
tween Main ai d Cory streets, contabling eight
rooms; -with kltelien with four rooms; In perfect
order: gas and water on the lot. Possession given
immediately. Apply lor terms at No. 1 fJ First
street. oc 3-2t*
17OR RENT, a very desirable COT-<
- TAGK RES'DENCE, containing slxl
rooms; with kitchen, two rooms; also, stabile#.
.Ac.: twenty-four acres of laud attached?all ln
. closed?on ihe Grove road about a half-mile beyond
city limits. Apply to W. It. I'OLK ,fc CO.."
Real I* state Agents,
oe3 3t N'o. 7 Teullt street.
If OR RENT, upiier part of HOUSE#!*
JL No. 407 15road street. Rent low to a Rood IrUJl
tenant. Also,a MRlCh KITCHEN for rent. Ap
ply on IJ10 premises. oe 3-1t*
l^OR RENT, A SET OF IHlOM-SfT*
X wllli .kitchen 41ml storeroom, No. 30uiaai I
Main street. oc 2-31
17OR RENT, A VERY HANDSOME
X FARM, contalnJnR about ONE HUNDRED
ACRES, of which ilfty is open and very prodno 1
live, it Is situated iipon tiie Richmond Frede
rirk.-bure and I'otoniae.rn'lroad, three and three
quarter miles from 11* Fair Gruiiuds. The Im
provements consist of a No. 1 tw.i-slory FRAME
II'M'sE with four roojii*. wiih hull and porches;
klteboa wllli two roomie i*c?:-house. holding about
Jo.tKWi bushels of ice: iiue well of water, witli all
tb- necessary out-houses: a good orchard- The
whole iitTJP. Is well enclosed wi'li a new fence.
'J'lie place will be rented lo a good and careful
te 11:1 ut uooi 1 t ea iOiiiiblc tern* . A p| ?! v to
\V. N. MR Uift. or
oc2-3t* JSMc.EE & HON.
"170R RENT, the lai-e FURNISHED#!*
X HOUSE, N'o. llll.eoin-r of Clay nndSiii!
Tweltth streets. Apnlvon 1 lie premises between,
10 and 12 o'clock fornix days. se 2f)-0t
T70R RENT, THAT FIRST-CLASS^!*
.r RESIDENCE f No. 200 ) FRONT! VC
MONROE i'ARK. .ON THE CORNER OFCae
REE AND I'ARK A \*E v U F.?Owing to (lie ron
tinii"d illness of the family of the present owner
(General W. O. Newberry) lie declines housekeep
for a time. 1 .therefore nflcr for rent lor
the term of one, three, or live years, his lie.tittiful
RESIDENCE, surrouiuled by large-grown sh.nic
trees. 'J he house ha* t.vcive rooms, and t!>.e entire
promises are handsomely tlnished and papered;
lia lb-rooms, closets, gas," furnace. wat-r: stables.
Ac.; in every respect j most desirable, lirst-class
residence.
J. THOMPSON I!ROWS', Agent,
No. 11J.Main street,
se 2fl*Bt oppo.-ite Dixjm'c/i.
I^UR RENT, SM A L L F A K M.f**
L' twelve acre*, one-quarter mile from Rieh-iiiil
moiul. on Meadowbrldge road. House six to eight
rooms. Soil pood.
.r. THOMPSON MR OWN.
Real Estate Agent and AwlPoicer.
1115 Main strict, opposite
so 27-<?t _
T^OR RENT for one year, nr LEASER
X fi.i two years, from the 1st of October, my Ltiiii
HOI'ISF. with or without fun itiire. The house is lo
?atcdon Fninklinsireel between Kou-hi caud Adams
streets. contains ten rooms, with gas. wafer, fur
nace. bath-mom, and all modern conveniences,
in thorough repair. The kitchen lias live rooms
with new range.
Mlts. ROSCOK 15. TIFATH,
se S-3tawlm !I west Franklin s'reeE
?7OK RENT, NT. A LBAN'S IIIA LL. m
X the most deligh'ful concert, exhibition, oriiiii.
daneilip-room in the city. AUo, one of the most
..a .'liable MUSIMK* STA NHS In the city, 011 the
corner of .Main and Third streets, under Sr. A Hem's
Hall. Apply to hlCllAKDSGN A CO.,
se 27-1 w " 1113 .Main street.
HAMS.
"ITTANTED, by a youilif lidy,a SITUA-!
YY Tlo.V in a respectable family to teach small I
children. assist in housekeeping, mowing, or will]
make herself useful generally. Good references
given. A11 dress G. Ik II., |
ne M-Gt* Di-ijKi.tch nffire.
SITUATION "WANTED l>y a yontiir nvin,
O in or out of the city, who is not afraid of work
ami willing 10 do anything. Address G. b.. Rich
iriond Hift/jdltli oHice". oc 3-1t*
\\rANTED, a yountf man to teach the
IT usual ENGLISH BRANCHES, LATIN,
and FRENCH. References required. App!v to
J. W. COOK. IllcKsford.
oc "-1 w Greensville county, Va.
Ty ANTED. A FIRST-CLASS TINNER
lY with a practical knowledge of stove-setting.
Apply at 72S Main street. oe 3-1t*
WAN I ED, the public to know that my
vY ollice for HOUSE. SIGN, ami ORNA
MENTAL TAINTING is now at No. 1.107 EAST
BROAD STREET, Just below the Monumental
church and nearly opposite .tail alley, where I will
undertake all kinds of work in that line at fail
prices, and hope ntv old friends will give in- a call.
oe 1-11* It. XV. A 1.1. EN.
Ty ANTED, a 1'ARTNEK wirh >.mie
i T money in a I! A K-L.'< n >.\1 in ?.?e ?<f the liest
iH-alitii - in the eiiv lor Ini-iiies-. For particulars
tai: f n hi:.
iddri ss , A it Ynei:.
iic9-1I* liieluiioli'i. V;
Jmi U'KST.M'RANT-!\!?;KPE11>.
'I he :oivi r.i-er, whois pos-o.-.sed of means v.hi-h
an lie made availaliV if nee.?-ary. tV ires an en
eig-ui-nt f,?r one yeir in some FIR>T-i'LA>S
?>Ta Ui.i-II.MI-NT in lie- vity with a view to the
?iin iia-e of an ii.l'-re-r therein it mutually pleased
md siulielent prolils for two. Is a man oi" eharac-]
er and husim-.- capo ily, apt, active, and indus
rious. an ! witling :?? *" put where he can do the
n<-sf j-ood" l?y hi.-etiipl'-jer. W ill make evident
ivlial In- -a>sol hii-ifHf if a -all-factor} cnga: ? ni- id
?an lie i-lfei'i-ii. 2 fan im'er\ i-v.' is wautc >. it can he
!iadhr addressing, with r--a! iriliie.
Captain JOHN SMITH,
oe "-eod.".le I i&fifr'i ofliec.
\y ANTED. a S I'D FT YOUTH to" work
1 T as helper iii my emdy faei .ry: can learn tin*
iradeif lie wish-s to'do so. None iieed apply witli
oul Ihev are willing to make theuisejve.s "useful.
Appltto .IA.MFS MOORK, 1
oe g-gt No. 1.101' Main street.
"\y ANTED, an experienced WHITE or
? i COLORED NURSE torn i infant.and to as
si-f in ilie house. Apply at No. 2011 Franklin i
street, between Twenty-sixth and Twetity-seceutii.
oe 2-'2r
I) 00MS WANTED.-A settled, widow
^ lady, with no ehildren. wishing to commence
room-keeping, desires to rent TW O NICE ROOMS, I
both of good size, or one large and one small, and I
in a private house eentndly located. Address M.
N., 1.109 Cary- street. oc2-4t
ry ANTED,
>Y colored women and girls
u g<i North to live with private families.
Also, about thirty COLORED COAL-MINERS
o go t<> New I,islam, Ohio. High wages paid.
Apply at once to
J. I*. JUSTIS. Labor Agent,
SC 90 No. 9 Fifteenth street.
\y ANTED.?A young man of intelligence
Y Y and Industry, who can furnish the very host
estiinonials as to character and capacity, desires I
loiiorablc EMPLOYMENT. A permanent sltua
ion. wiili the op|K>rtuuity of rising, more an oh-1
eel than salary. Address F". L. N., JUs/m/r/i of-;
se 29-Gt*
j ANTED, every one to know that at
W I NcTOCK't? I.OAN OFFICE,
17 FOURTEENTH STREET,
hevenn buy FINE GOLD WATCHES for ladles
nrf gents. o'l'KRA and VEST-CHAIN'S, RRACE
.KTS. RINGS, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, JcO..
l*r. i Iwing ro the scarcity of currency lie L deter
niined tn sell them at ASTONISHINGLY LOW
'IGUKES for cash regardless of their INTRINSIC
f.M.L'E. <'all simn at
C. A. WINSTOCK'S LOAN OFFICE,
17 Fourteenth street,
SC 2(5-1 in under Exchange Hotel.
WANTED, TO SELL
150,000 leet SEASONED J CANADA SYCA
MORE,
100,000 feet SEASONED 4-4 SYCAMORE,
All kinds BUILDING LUMBER,
GLAZED WINDOWS, BLINDS and DOORS.
TRUMAN A. PARKER A CO.,
Canal and Byrd streets from Fifth to Sixtli street.
Je 13
I.OST, STRAYED, Ac.
LOST, the ACCEPTANCE of Dutiiop &
McCance, ill mv favor, for TWO HUNDRED
AND SEVENTY-fTVE DOLLARS (*2715,. All ,
persons are warned against receiving It, payment
having been stopped,
oc 9-11* WILLIAM BRECKLE.
OST^ SETTER DUD (female) :3~rO
white, with a liver-colored head, andirr?i!_*Sk
spot ill the middle of her back, FIVE DOLLARS I
will be paid if the dog is returned to No. 41G west >
Franklin street. oc 3-3t* J
rPAKEN LT IN MY CORN-FIELD,
A on the 1st of Octolier, FIVE COWS-juL*
The owner or owners will please come forward, pay
charges, and take them awav.
F. C. FRITZ,
oc 3-11 * York River railroad.
JTRAYED, from Mr. Ilenry Nor-tfV-^
J ri.-'s, on Brook turnpike, a BROWN
OB-'l'AlL MARE, with while face and three white
gs. A reward of $5 will he given if the marc is
?turned to HENRY NORKlS,
oc3-lt* Brook turnpike.
<1 nO K E ^ A It D.?Stolen lrom ^
,'l<jY'thg suhserioor, on the night nf/C^x
le 21th instant, a handsome GRAY IIOltbE, four
cars old: Is well gjlt'*d ami of Hue appearance,
liort-liaircd; wnootli, ulce-llinbed?his legs a little
arkcr than his body. There Is on one side of his
ark where the saddle rests aspot of luiir lighter In
olorthau the rest of his body; Ills mane Is triin
ued so us not reaching lielow his. a wallow; slightly
: on inn nose. The liuir about the middle of his
ack whiter tlwn the other. He was shod all around
Hill ewelled-heel shoes about tlirec weeks ugo.
I wRJ give $100 for the rogue and $.10 for the re-,
uru of the horse to me, eight miles north of Dau
!Ue. on Full creek.
Stolen, at Uic suiue time, one set of BUGGY
lARNE&t) and LINES; nLo, a man's SADDLE
Hth spring stirrups. - - 1
Reward for thvsC suited to their value.
0C 2-31 WILLIAM FONTAINE.
AlIOTOJr SATES?TIiIm ??y.
By Cook ft Luughton. Auctioneers,
corner Coventor and Franklin ^streets.
Household furniture. CAR
PETS. Ac-. AT AUCTION?TIGS DAY at
lo o'clock wo will sell at our auction-rooms an
MSHorttncnt i?r HOU8KIHJLD FURNITURE, Ac.,
consisting of
MA iiOO A N Y and \VA I.NUT BED8TEAD5,
cabin eth, w a si ista n us,
WARDROBES, HaT-KACKH,
BKU8SELH, TAPESTRY, and INGRAIN CAB
PH'S;
FLOOR OIL-CLOTH, MATTING,
EXTENSION DINING TABLE-,
mahogany sofas, lounges.
LOOKING-GLASSES, SAFES, SIDEBOARDS*
ILMR. SHUCK, and STRa W MATTRESSES; *
CANE and WOOD-SEAT CHAIRS,
COOKING and HEATING STOVES;
MAHOGANY, CA Rl>. and othpr TABLES;
KITCHEN FURNITURE, Ac.. Ac.
COOK A LaUGHTON,
cc 3 Auctioneers.
i:eal estate at private sale.
TPOR SALE, SEVERAL SMALL FARMS,
A? suitable for dairy, gardening, and other pur
poses. three and three and a half miles from Rich
mond, will! DWELLINGS and other improve
ments?<>uc of ten acres lor f'.io 0. one of twerity
Jlve acres for $iJ0P, one of forty acres for id,500,
with other lan<I adjoining at a moderate price.
Apply to j\. M. LEE,
oc3-2t* 1014 Mailt street.
FOR
for
acountry business in Eastern Virginia. Jt contains
THIRTY-SIX ACRES of good, Improved land;
new fence', and ditches; all In complete order.
The SfORE and DWELLING. 10x30, Is In
goiKl repair: good kitchen, dairy, harn, stahle, Ac.
j\ Isb a new ERA M E < >F'Fl( T., Mii table for a doctor,
rents for >30 a year: and another house on the
place that rents for $25 a year. In the centre of
the ny ter trade. $10,000 n $15,000 a year are the
average sales for cash. A pply to
R. G. FARLEY,
nc 3-lt Hickory Fork. Gloucester comity, Va.
I T70R SALE, a beautiful NEW KESI
JL DEN'CKin the town of Ashland, within four
minutes' walk of depot.
[ 'hie thousand dollars cash; balance on terms to
suit purchasers. Address II. i>., Vitfjjutch otliee.
oc 2-WAF2t .
I "MR SALE, a FINE FARM on Upper
?lames river, flxty miles from Richmond, con
taining 1,187 ACRi.Ss 250 being tuw-i round;
balance flue high land, well wooded. This farm
can be cut up into compact lots by giving 20 urres
of low-ground to 80 acres of highland. From 300
to400 acres will resold wliii the mansion-bouse.
AI'plv to FRANKLIN STEaRNS,
oc 1-tit 1013 Main street (up stairs).
POi: SALE OR EXCHANGE F(
A Ci'lY PROPERTY one of the lie-t stands
W
T ODD LINE.
That ATfKACTIVE AND BKAT.'TIFUL HU
BURM.'.N RESIDENCE AND GARDEN M'uT
in Henrico county, situated o.i the road leading
from Meadowbrblge road io Mechat.lcsvliie turn
pike. and iniincdiately on ttie < he-apeake and Ohio
railroad, one and a half utiles front Richmond.
WK OFFER FOR SALE PRIVATELY,
upon reasonable term-, theiihovo-do.-'crlbed FARM,
containing 1-i acres of good soli, ail cleared. The
DWELLING is a very a I tractive one. and contains
four large and one small ro in, good large hall,
and has front and hack porches running the en tire'
length of the house: kitehcu with two rooms: store
room. stable, woou and coal-house, and ail the ne
cessary nut-buildings?all of which are entirely
new. f)ie front and hack yards are large, and there
i ? a avi !l of excellen water in the hack yard. Both
yards are well enclosed Willi paling teiiccs. The
laud Is now under cultivation, and the crops now
growing will speak lor the quality of the soil.
Tills is one of the most attractive places that has
ever lieei; ottered in tills market. Being in a good
neighborhood ami near to the dry it should find!
reany sale. The owner. Iieing de>iroiis of mak-i
itig a quicK sale,authorizes lis tv? make verv liberal
ternic. Applv to
"('Of LL1 N'G & PF.N DLKTOX,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
se 22-e idi'w corner Tenth and Bank ?t reels.
l^OR SALE PRIVATELY. SEVERAL
-1. LOTS on Decatur ami Madison streets at ?i
per front foot; al-o, a number of small houses in
Marx's addition, now routing to good tenants.
Terms liiierai. Applv to
"MUDDY & ROYALL,
Real Estate A/rents,
oflico corner of Seventh and Hull streets,
se 18 Manchester, Va.
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for sale by J. T. ELM SON,
Bookseller and Stationer,
se 29-6t 1112 Main street.
I LL THE TEXT-BOOKS USED IN
A. the public and private schools, colleges, and
Hiverdtk-s of the State, STATIONERY of every
ascription, including
Copy-Books.
Composition-Books,
KxEttcihk Books,
Wuitixo- Paper.
Slates. Lead and Slatk-Pexcils,
Penh, Pkn-I[OLOKHeS,
Black-board Chalk,
.Mathematical Ixstkcmkxts, Ritlkur,
G lodes. Wall-Maps. Ink, Inkstands,
India Kupukr, Water-colors,
Dka wing -Paper and Drawing-Books: nil
' which will be supplied on the most reasonable
rms by WOODHOUSK & PA.R1IA.M,
.so it 12Q5 Miln street.
JJARRISON, BRADFORD & CO.'S
STEEL PENS.
attention called to the weil-kuowu Nos.,
505, 75, 28, 29, and 22. -
, Mount Vfernon. OlUce, 75 John street,
UU 6-3in
BOUDAULT'S fkepabationsI of
AI CTSON SALES? Fatn re ^Day*. _
By Moody & itoyaij,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
office corner of Seventh and Hull streets,
Manchester, Va.
# -
TWENTY FIVE-ACRE LOTS, ONE
A MILE FROM THE TOWN' OF MANCHES
TER, LVIN(.? OS THE PETERSBURG TURN
PI KK, FOR SALE AT AUcTION.-At the request
of the owner, we will Hell at public miction, ou tla*
premises, ou FRIDAY*. October 10, 1873, at 4
o'clock P. M., ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF EX
CELLENT LAND, divided Into twenty lots of five
acres each. There Ls a nicegrove, vineyard, orch
ard. and small cottage house on a portion of the
above described proi>erty.
This property is in full view of Richmond and
James river, and lies handsomely for gardening
purposes, fronting three roads. This is a rare op
port ttn I ty offered to tltost^ wishing a small piece of
land near town, and should engage attention.
Any one desiring to look at the above property or
obtain any information relative thereto will call on
the auctioneers before the day of sale, A plat will
be at our office and exhibited ou day of safe, 'i hi,
is a good bank, and will pay large Interest, as prop
erty Is increasing in value every dav In this section.
'1 Kit Ms : Due-fourth cash; balance at four, eight,
nr.d twelve months lor negotiable notes bearingsix
tier cent, interest frotu day of sale, secured by a
trust deed. .MOODY Jfc KOYALL,
ne 3-7,8.9.10 Auctioneers.
By W. Ooddin.
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent,
corner Eleventh and Bank streets.
CALE AT AUCTION* OF A FIRST
O RATE GRANITE-FRONT STORE AND
DWELLING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF
BROAD BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH
STREETS.?At llic request of the heirs at law of
the lat<* Jacob Karr I shall sell at auction, on the
premises.on THURSDAY the 9th October, 1873,
at 4 o'clock P. M., that very desirable and excellent
BUM NESS STAND located as above, formerly
known as tlie .Morning Star .-aloon, nnl then In the
occttpancvof Mr. Otto Morganstern. Jt is three
stories high, contains four rooms above the store,
and Is regarded an excellent business stand, and In
good repair.
Tkums: One-fourth cash: balance at four, eight, I
and twelve mouths for negotiable notes, interest |
added, secured by a tru?t deed.
oc 3 W. GODDIN. Auctioneer.
By W. R. Polk A Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 7 Tenth street, Post-ollico Square.
T?OR SALE. A "VERY DESIRABLE
JL FRAMED HOUSE. TWO STORIES, AND
CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS. SITUATED ON"
THE NOR'IH SIDE OF CARY STREET BE
TWEEN PLUM AND HaIJVIE STREETS.?We
will, at the request of the owner, unless sold pri
vately bet ore I hut day, sellat public miction, on FRI
DAY'the 2 Ofh day of Octoher. 1873, at 5 o'clock
1*. A!., tin* property aimve described. The lot fronts
33'j feet on ( arv street, and runs kick 198 feet.
int.MS: One-fourth cash; balance .at six and
twelve months. oc 3
By C<?>k & Lnughtou. Auctioneers,
corner of Governor ainl Franklin streets.
T^XECL'TOirS SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
JLj F I It N I T V It E , FA?< MING UTENSILS.
WAGONS, Ac.-, AT AUCTION?Ou MONDAY
llio Gilt instant, at 11 o'clock, we w.ll sell for tlie
executor of Dr. F. II. l)e a lie. deceased, at the farm
now occupied by Mr. D. J. C:trr, on the Meadow
bridge road, about half a mile beyond the city limits,
a go..oral assortment of
HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
embracing the usual variety of well-kept articles.
ALSO.
WAGONS, HARNESS, PLOUGHS,
I K1RBY REAPER. ^ _
A number of FARMING and GAKDF.XIXU
UTENSILS
together with such other articles us are usitilly
found on such a place.
COOK & LAUGH TON*,
oc .3 * Auctioneers.
ISy W. Goddln.
Auctioneer and Ileal Estate Agent,
comer Eleventh and JSank streets.
ALE AT AUCTION OF LOT AND
yj SMALL NEW FRAMED TENEMENT IS
.?SIDNEY. AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
C1D.VA AND < 1IERRY STREETS?Will he sold
a?auction,on the premises,on WEDNESDAY the
8th of October. 18 73, at 5 o'clock 1'. M.. the LOT
and-mail FRA.M EDTKN FMEN'T located as alKive.
The lot is 31x10.) feet, and is well Inclosed. The
house contains two rooms, and there Is a well in the
yard. It adjoins the residence of Mr. Hundley.
'J hums: Cash. W. GODD1N.
oc 3 Auctioneer.
J>y Richardson A Co.,
ileal Estate Agents and Auc loneers,
1113 Main street.
A DESIIIAIiLEDitiTK DWELLING NO.
il -J13 AND LOT 22 BY 128 KEF/TUN' THE
tsUUTH SIDE OF It .{MAD STREET BETWEEN
JEFFERSON AND MADRON ST It-hTS FDR
SALE ItY AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BJD
DKR WITHOUT LIMIT.-On MONDAY. OctoHT
(Jlh. 1873. at o o'clock I*. M.. we shall sell by auc
tion to the highest bidder without limit.on th? ? mi-,
mi-es located as above, that desirable BRICK
DWELL! Nii and l.??T owned and occutiled bv M r.
It. F. Anderson, with basement and two stories
above, containing six rooms conveniently arranged,
wiib porches front and rear and shade trees in the
yard neatly enclosed.
I his property is in thorough rc|>air and with the
improvements now going on in lite western part of
II r<>od .-tree" Its locaiity'uiust soon l?e the most at
tractive part id" the city.
Tkkms : < )ne-thh <lea-It: halane > in six and twelve
mouths: icgoiiaole notes to he given tor the defer
red laym-m? with interest added, and secured by
a deed of trust. Rl( H.VRDSO V A: ('??..
^e 30 Auctioneers.
F.y Iti< hardson A' ' <?..
ileal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 1113 Main strict.
PWKN'l Y-TII U E K V A L V A 15 I. E
1 BUILDING LOT* IN W'OOOVILLK F-R
5ALK LY AUt"THtV.-On THURSDAY the <J:li
?f t.iclober. at 4' . o'clock 1'. M.. we shall sell hy
nietion.ou the premises, in Wooilvlllc, near the
?'airtield race-course, abotit one mile northeast of I
heeitv.TWKNTY-THi:EK VALU AK!,E I;I 11.D- I
NG LOTS, i.uinbjred and located as follows:
Lot No. 1 in square No. 1 ??.
Lots Nos. 1. 21. 311and 32. in sqinrc No. 22.
Lots Nos. 14. i<j, 30.31. 4'J, 50, .*>2, 57, 02, 04,
J.*. 00, 07. in square No. 23.
Lots Nos. 21. 20. ami 30, In square No. 24.
l.ots Nos. 0 and 22 In square No. g5
The above-mentioned lots were sold to sundry
uirchasers, hut having failed to comply with the
criiis of sale they will he resold at the* time and
dace mentioned above at their cost and expense.
Tkkms : At rale.
se 20 RICHARDSON A Co.. Auctioneers-.
By .J. Thompson Brown,
Ileal Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
1115 Main street, opposite DisyiiicJi.
T7AIIM OF ONE HUNDRED AND TEN
JL ACRES. Kin I IT .MILES FROM THE CITY?
5ALE POSITIVE At the request of (lie owner, I
.hall sell without reserve, in front < f Henrico county
murt-house, at 12 o'clock, MONDAY. October tith
being court day;, a FARM, eight iulles from the
:ilv, on the Charles <'it v road, adjoining the lands of
William Gav. Daniel Jordan, and the heirs of Lucy
f'raysier. The farm contains one hundred and ten
teres, ten of which are in large pines; balance
.deired. ft.
Tkkms: Cash. J. THOMPSON BROWN',
se 27A ::)A<.)cl,3.i&a Auctioneer.
By W. Goddln,
Auctioneer and Heal Estate Agent,
corner of Eleventh and Bank streets.
pOMAItSSlONKKS' SALE OF VERY
C7 VALUABLE RH AL ESTATE IN THE CITY
DF RICHMOND. AND OF A N EXCELLENT
FARM OF 165 614-1000 ACRK-< IN HENRICO
COUNTY. EAST OF THE BROOK TURNPIKE,
rilllEE MILES NORTH OF RICHMOND.-By
virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court if the eitv
Lit" Richmond entered on the 27th June, 1873. in
ttie case of Garwood en. Smith, we shall, as acting
L'OinhiIssloners. proceed to sell at public auction, on
the premises, in the order inenioned. on MONDAY
the 0th of Oeto!>er. 1873, at 4 o'clock I'. M., the
lollowlng valuable REaL ESTATE?viz :
1. That LOT on the vest line of Second street
between Marshall and Clay streets (formerly I ami
K). fronting 42 feel, running luck 130 feet, w ith
an excellent brick tenement thereon, containing
about s ven rooms, liesides kitchen, Ac.
2. That BEAU ! IFUL LOT on the south side of
Clay stieet between A dams street and Brook ave
nue, fronting 120 feet, running liaek 150 feet to an
alley, having thereon two excellent brick dwellings,
one containing eleven rooms and the other seven
ro'UES, liesides the usual out-hiilldiugs. This lot
will Ik- subdivided Into four smaller jiarcels of 30
fe?t each.
3. A VACANT LOT on the south side of Catha
rine street between Smith and Henry tercets, front
ing 34 feet, running back 100 feet to an alley.
And on the following day?viz.: TUESDAY the
7th October, 1873?on the" premises, at 4 o'cIock
P. M., that excellent FAR31 in the couutv of Hen- !
rico. on the old Stage road, about three miles north j
of Richmond (formerly owned by the heirs of the j
late Edmund lledd) udjoiuh g the lands of Mr.1
John B. Young ana others, containing by recent
survey 165 614-1000 ACRES, of which about
half is oj>en land, and the balauce In wood and
timber. Ou this land there are several valuable lee
hou.ses, supplied from never-falliug ponds, and the
Improvements In other respects consist of a com
forrable DWELLING and the usual out-bui!dlng>.
This farm is beautifully located, aud lu an excel
lent neighborhood.
Tkkms: Due-fourth cash; balance at six, twelve,
and eighteen mouths x'or negotiable notes. Interest
added, and title retained til! all of the purchaAe mo
ney Is fully paid. _ .
' EDWARD Y. CANNON.
CHARLES V. WILLIAMS,
se 27-eod Acting Commissioners.
P. S.?After the above'sale of the farm in Hen
rico county. ??y at 5 o'clock P. 31., will be sold by
Mr. James Pleasanls. tlie acting trustee, tlse COT
TAGE FARM of six acres, ou the old road, for
merly owned by Mr. L. W. Rose, adjoining flic cot
tage of Mrs. Htansberry. The house contains six
rooms. There are the usual out-butldlngs. a good
well, an excellent orchard, Ac. Also, the LOT
ol" l(Wj acres on the Brook, turuplke, bounded ou
one side by tlctt of Mr. Scliaan and ou theother bv
that of Mrs. Sbuwberrv. This is a beautiful lot, aud
will. If ihsdred, be divided into four smaller lots,
Tkkms : At sale. W. GODD1N,
oc.3 Auctioneer.
By W. Goddln.
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent,
ooruer Eleventh and Bank streets.
VERY VALUABLE AND ATTRAC-j
Y TIVR LOTS UN THE NORTH SIDE OF
LKiGH, BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH
STREETS, FOR SALE AT AUCTION?Will be
sold at auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY,
.... ^ ? - ? . >- -i. m ?i ih.t uiti iiti
?HWnnit IHTU.HU Vlit^iaip; *M>w ?- ? -
?taa ? t ront of Ti feet, and ? depth of Hs Hot to ?
Je alley, to be sold as a whole or sub-dlvldcd,;
may lie deemed best at the hour of sale. This
is highly ornamented with grape-vines, abade
es, llowers. dfce., aud is among the handsomest
i In tliat desirable locality.
'kuits: Cue-fourth cash; balance at 1,2, and a
trs, bearing lutetest. secured hy a deed of trust,
e *1 \V. U0DDIN, Auctioneer, j
AUCTION SAf>E*?Future Day*.
By W. Ooddlrr,
Auctioneer nnd Real Estate Agent,
corner of Eleventh and Bank streets.
TRUSTEE'S ANlTTsSlONEE'S SALE
JL OF THE VALUABLE FA KM OF THREE
hundred and twenty-seven alios
at the head of the mechanics
VILLETUBNPIKE. FIVE MILES FRdM RICH
MOND ; ANDOF two sm ALLKK ON eh, NRa k
THERETO, CONTAIN!no RESPECTIVELY
FORTY AND THREE-QUARTER ACRES AND
FORTY-ONE AND SK VEN-ElCH'l 1{> ACRES.
By virtue of a deed ot trust executed to the under
signed, \V.Goddin, by i?r. John (?. Lumpkin and
wife,* bearing date the 26th May. 1871. duly re
corded In Hanover County Court; and r?y virtue of
an order in bunkruptrry entered on tlx- 2d day of
October, 1873, the undersigned, .John A. Lynham,
assignee of said JohuG. Lumpkin. and Wellington
Oocdin, trustee, will sell at miction 011 the prem
ises. at McchanlcsvHle, the residence of Dr. Lump
kin, on TUESDAY' the 14th October. 1H73, at 3
o'clock P. M., (If fair; II not, the find fair day there
after.) the following VALUABLE FaUMS?vlx:
The one known as '? MECH A NIC* VILLK," con
taining hy recent survey THREE HUNDRED
AND T'WENTY-SEVKN ACRES : of which about
elghiy-six acres are I11 original growth of oak,
hickory, ash. gum, .fee.; balance open land.of Fo<d
(luality. Tlie Improvements are ? 1" 111 <: next kind,
con-lstin? of a handsome DWELLING containing
.elevenrooms; office,school-lion e, barns Ac.; also,
storehouse, workshops, &<:. 'J tie behdiji?.s are all
in good order, and at e Insured for about #7,006.
The dwelling Is surrounded hy a grove ot Oaks.
This farm will Ik; biibdivl'ltd into iljr e or four
smaller parcels, so ax to sell with the dwelling e?.v
onty-sercu acres, and then ftie remaining 250 acres
in two, three, or four parcels 1 having I routs on tlx
turnpike) as may he determined 011 at the hour of
stile.
After this, will he sold the TWO SMALL FARMS,
one containing FORTY' A.N D THREh-QUARI KR
ACRES, half-tulle trom the v>- Idcr.ifof Dr. Lump
kill, nearly opposite the farm of Major Ro. P.
Archer, h .vlng thereon a new and ? osnfortahie
dwelling with four rooms, and the land Is admira
bly well adapted for vegetables. A?-. 't he other, con
taining FORTY-ONE AND SEVEN-BP.HTHS
ACttr S, distant al*)ut one mite from the turnpike,
ou which there Is a comfortable dw? iling contain
lug three rooms: ab <ut twenty m-rcs cleared, bal
ance iu wood of excellent quality, I'lits of the laud
will becYblbltcdat the sale.
T he foregoing property l? adml-a'dy well loex
ted In a desirable neighborhood, on an ox'Mlent
turnpike. and is Justly rc-garthM 1- tp,. mo-t vahu
I hie that has l>eeit on tlm market ior a longtime ;
and as ihe s?*?le will tie peremptory. p?rsou*itre in
vhed to attend.
Tkkms : Oue-fourih cash: balance at -J, H,and
12 months for negotiable note.,hit* added..and
litle retained till all of ihe ptircha>f uionev is paid.
W. GODDIN. Till.t.;,-. '
OC 3 dOllN A. LY i f M. Axdgi.ee.
SHERIFF'S SALE.?Will Le ?-?j|?| 'on
O .MbNDAY' the 6th of October,at htlf-|Kist ]Q
o'clock, at Henrico county court-lc w. a tine
RIDING AND WORK HoRM'.. levi'd upon as
the property of .rohn H. Couneil >.-?tlsty an exe
cution iu my hand, in favor ?>r 1 . inu< i i'ow< r-,t
Son. WILLIAM WaI.sH. Depute sheriff,
for J. M. Lynkman, sie.riil Henrico county.
oc 3-.31 '
i?OR SALK, I. YRGE AND SPLENDID
? GRAZING FARM IN PuCAllONTAS
COUNTY. WEST VA? DIVIDED I'. H? SMALL
FAKMn Tom it PUR! HASERS.?By virtue of a
deed 1 l' tru.; from It. N. Pool, Ac.. I wjlj proriwf
t > sell at I Iiinter-vllle. West Va.. on I CODA y rj),.
21-t-day of October, 1*73. at 12 o'clock if tlial
mngliilieeut BODY oE LAND. cont.iiilnc flVH
TIIoUsaNI) TWO IIUNDID- D AND EIGHTY
FIVE ACRES, formerly owned bv dame-R. l wli.e,
lying on the North, .smith, and silver folks of Llk
river, about one mile from Gilou'-, In fVK-.thoiii.is
county. West Va. About one thousand five hun
dred acres are cleared, and has a full ami fine
growth of blue grass and timothy, and 111 nils J it?
grazing for several liundccd cattl* each year. If
ha.- a vcrv tine tody of varioii, timlH-r* on it. and Is
the best watered lam I iu that os'lion, ;i>tIn-three
forks of Elk river run through lis ^ irons part-.
Iron Mid coal are said to liav<- he?-n dl-rovi r< don
it recently, and from Its locall-ui these minerals
niAVexis' In vast quantities.
If lies Immediately along the tine of a project, d
railroafl, and taken altogether 1- the most de.-lrablo
tiodv of timber, grazing, or farming laud in tuat
fertile section, s
Parties wishing to examine the prcmiM's can tind
g<? it accommodations at Glbrou's tavern, with di
rections where the land lits.
The laud i-, being oiviucd Into smaller farms of
from three hundred totivehnnoredacrcs, the mete*
and IkuhhD of whleh can be seen on application to
?JOHN A. LIGHTNEll, attorney at law, Hunter
vllle. West Va. , , , ,
Tkkms : By the deed the terms may heea-h: but
upon a small ca-h |iaymettt to cover eosts and ar
erued Interest, and s:iti-l'a<-tory lor re
mainder, easv terms and longeredlt m*y Is- given.
B, c. hahtsook.
oel-td TriM...
By C"?>k <& Langlitoii. Auctioneers,
corner Governor and Franklin street-'.
pIIOTOCJ RAPFIIC UALLEUY AT AI.T
X Tins'?Finier the provision- of a del In hn-t
executed by VV\ G. If. Fntyser( dated flit-1 -t oiMuiv,
11-71; to inc.as trustee, to secure t*? T. I'.. Maike,
now deceased, tlic sum of twenty.ilv* linii<ir< <1 <!? !
lars. Wirn Interest fit the rate of twelve m?r ee?r. r>r
annum from dull! oelug required hy tiica-hiilui
I tutrix J, I will M il at public am lion, on ihe ;.n ml
scs. No. 1011 Main street, opposite ih- ?? ?st-firti< ??,
In i ity nl* Richmond, nl tie* hour 11 o'clock A.
.M., on TUESDAY, 7t!i day of oebcicr, Jt-7'Lall
tile
INSTRUMENT:?. FI'RNTITRJ;. IT VI i/RL.-'.and
STOCK
ineiit lone't in saffl deed now iu >.ti?I -r?'?? ry. ujhmi the
following teniis?to wit : For ? i>h a-1 > ? xpen-i ? of
.-lie. exeeutl >n of deeds, and all unpaid ln*ere-ttip
to nay <>f-ale, amounting to ai>otn -? v<;ii hundred
ami tiny dollars (77n0/. and on a creilt: till the 1-t
of July, 1871, for tin Latum* . prl e.lp.ij and Inter
est; ami the remainder on sued term-as the -aid
Frav.sc;'shall prescribe.
l\ II. >TAlMv!T. Tru-t-e.
( oiK ,v r.AL'OHTOV. Auctioneers. - ;27
Its Richard-mi .V
Real Estate Agents and Audio:,
ni l Main street.
X^OMMI^IONTR'S >ALF I ?K A VAI.U
vv ABLE BRICK i)WKI LING AND VACANT
LOT. <?N THE NORTH V'E.VT ? ORNER OF
ci.av AM) run.iv-fii:m wkkfts,
CHURCH HILL. BY AIJCTIOS.-By virtue of ?
deeree of the Chancery i "oui I of the city of Rich
niotid entered on the 1-t day of M.iv. 1-73, In the
cause styled Arnatl, trustee, 4c .'-.v. \: :n||.iiid'i/'.,
therein "pending, the undersigned, special eonitiii
-lotier llietehy appointed, wiil sellhy putJIeaiieiioii,
on the premises, niiTl'KsliA Y tin 7th t>?-t?"l.cr,
1-7.1. at ft o'clock I\ M , that VM.I'vltM, Ititli K
DWELLING. with liaseiueut and two storiesahove,
containingsix rooms, kitchen with two. uid l<-t '.'f'x
I'.'l feet?also a VACANT LOT a ij"iultlg, of the
same dimensions, w|:h an nlh'v In tin* :< ir?<-n the
northwest corner of Clay and 1 iiii tv-tii -t -trc* !.-.
Church 1 lii J.
Teisms : One-foiirfli Cash: balance in three rqit.il
instalments. payable respectively In four, eight. ami
twelve months after date, with interest from dale,
negotiable notes to lie given for the deferred pay
inents and title to be retained until all the pinlia-e
uiosiey is paid and a conveyance directed by the
coui t. JOHN" A.< OKI..
Special Coin mls-lon? r.
Tin itAttpsOV & CO.. Aiictioticcr-. -a- '.'v
By Richards,in A Co..
Real Ectate Agents ami Auctioneers
No. 1113 .Main strict.
pO}]MISSIONED' SALE OF TlIliEE
KJ SMALL TRACTS? OF LAND IN THE
OL'NTY <)F HENRICO BY l'( HLIC ALC
riON.-Iu pursuance of a decree of the County
,'ourt of Meurlco entered 2eth November. 1-72.
ii the cause of Payne and u/.v. v.i. Hut'die-on,
idiuinlstrator, we -hall sell hv public auction.
ii front of the court-house of Henrico county, on
MONDAY'. October ?. J8.'3. at 12 o'clock >1.. the
,rollowing desctRied REAL EST\TE. of which the
ate John A. Hutchesoi! died -?t/.ed arid po-v-ei-ed :
1st. A LOT OP LAND. Containing FOKTV-OVK
4CKF.S. on the road leading from New Market to
Long Bridge, near jRruwnerry i'laln-, and adjoin
ng the lauds of Nathan Euroughty and Nick JJob
?on.
2d. A LOT OF LAND, containing SIXTY
ACUES.it) the lower end of the county, and i> a.
part of the farm known as Gravelly H!lb
3d. A LOT OF LAND, containing EIGHTY
I'll REE AND ONK-TH1KD At RE>. in the low. r
part of the County near While Oak -waiup. adjoin -
lug Bethel's, Allan's, and MoiintcasJle's land, for
inerlv known asjohu Jordin's e-late.
if desirahle to purchasers, tlm l ist named tract of
land may Ih' divined Info lots of eight a:.d on?>thin!
ic res each, as It was formerly so diviucl and sold.
Teum-S : t iiougn in cash to pay tin- cxpeu-e ami
rost of suit; the residue upon cr> <:it instalments of
one-third each, at one, two, and three years, carry
ing interest; the purcliaser or purcluisers giving
negotiable notes for said eisslit paymtn!-, with ai)
firovcd Indorse!*, such lmioi-ser. i however, to be
Jispensed with in any case in which the purchaser
didII elect to pay one-third of the purchase money
iu cash and the residue iu iustalmeiit-. as aforevtid.
JOHN 1;. YOUNG,
JOHN A. COKE,
F. 31. CONN EH,
mj33 Commissioners.
By W. Goddtn,
Auctioneer and Real E?ute Ageut.
corner of Eleventh and Ikiuk streets.
pOM^IISSIONER'SSALEOF TEN LOTS
Xy IN LEW1SV PLAN, KlH?KETTS?. ON BOTH
^IDES OF CENTRE STREET?A4 eoinsiUsioner
of the County Court of Henrico, appointed by a iK
rree entered ou the Hth of July, 1s7j. in the ease of
Thomas rs. Blauklushlp ft atn. I shall, in o\ecitf!?u
?' -"ii -i sniriion. on tl
as rtf. ?JtauKiusJO|? -? ?.o,. ?
f, proceed to sell at auction, on the pretnk-s.
TCRDAY. 4th of October, ls7j. at 5 o'clock
, SIX LOTS located as aixive, numV-rcd 13,
23, and 21. fronting togetiier IS4 f?y-t ou tho
side of Ceulre atreet. ruuuing bock I w feet to
afreet, ou which they have the hie front.
'OUR LClTF, Nun. Ii). 11, 12. and U. f- ml!"*
er 123 fW*l on the south wile of'C<?tn rtnx t,
ig back alK)iit *l feet.
MS; Liberal, and made known at the hour ??f
CHARLES S. CONVERSE,
?111,25401,2 (lommliwAnic*.
By Richariison ? Co..
Auctioneer) and Real E?tate Agcr.w,
vn. 33t3 3falu street.
No. U13 3falu stree
Utile 2?l day of Auitu>l. n.r, mnu u,,?
n to the UUderslgned tnisfee. duly reconli-f
lerk's otticeof iheGounty < onrt of liiuricc.
e the payment of a certain negotiable note
mentioned, I ohaB as irustiss In -aid ih^-l
v?mirt-ii it, to do by tho
M 12 o'clock AL.in irom qi mc ..v
snut-house, on 3laiu street, In the city of
ud, the valuable TRACT OF LA \|* Jo
in said died as containing EIGHTY-ONE
, being that portion of the real cuts to of \V.
i, ileowued, which was allotted to him tho
geuoK, Gunuln the part J lion taade April
netweeu the chlldrvit of the said W, T.
81 Enough in cash to pay the expense of
ig this trust and the sum of ?375, with Iu
icreoh at 12 per cent, (a-r annum lYom tho
tguai, 1873, until |uild; the residue on such
ahall be auuouuced at tho time of talc.
J. A. RICHARDSON, Truatee.
HCJDSOX 4 CO., AuctioniN

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