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Richmond Dispirit.
TBURSPAY NOVEMBER 27. 1S73.
Entertaining Speculations.
Merely entertaining they are, as far a*
we arc able to foresee. Thcso speculations
ar^ as to the consequences of a war with
Spain, which is at present barely possible.
Politically, the speculative talkers say that
n war would batch u new brood of military
heroes to stand in the way of the scurvy
politicians" in their Rspirnttons for office;
that war would probably frustrate General
Grant's chances for a third term; that it
would confound and disrupt parties, bring
up new political issues and forces, and turn
present party leaders out to grass.
These speculations are in effect reasons
w hy the Republican party should not go to
war. But there are two sides to the ques
* tu?n of war so far as it affects that party. A
war party is always popular,and all that the
Ktpnblican party has to do Is to become tho
war party. General Gbaxt could in no
tetter way secure his coutinuation in office
lay ond the period of eight years than by a
?policy that' would bring on war, and give
bim the eclat of a conqueror in Uco wars,
md of having secured to the United States
the Queen of the Antilles. No hero of two
wars has yet been President,and Grant
might in this respect become eingled out
from among the Presidents.
Both the Republican party and General
Gkant could, by taking the Initiative, for
thy tltfmseives against the adverse conse
qoenoes of a war.
Again, the war with Spain will be mainly
a war upon the sea, and the hero of it will
I'C a sailor, and sailors are never made
rulers. >'o great sea captain has ever stood
f rwnrd u prominent candidate for the I're
fideney.
If war comes on independently of the Re
publican party it would ruin that party un
doubtedly ; but it cannot be well declared
without the cooperation of that party. In
deed, war cannot take place without a divi
sion of tbst party and the formation of a co
alition between portions of that and other
parties. Such a result the Republicans
would prevent if ordinary sagacity directs
their movements.
Commercial men?or tome smart jour
nalists und some political expounders?say
we have h trade with Cuba now amouutiug
to 3100,000,000, [L'retty late authorities
state the whole aunual export of Cuba at
about one hundred millions to all countries.
We casvt see exactly where our trade of
?100,000,000 would "como in."] which
would be smashed up in case of war. Ex
actly ! War is a smasher and a crasher. But
what alter war? It would go hard if we
did not make more out of Cuba as our own
territory than we now make out of her as a
dependency of Spain. She pays large reve
nues to Spain, and all the governors sent
over from Spain to misgovern her and
butcher the filibusters go back to Spain im
mensely wealthy. We could put the island
(o better use, make more out of it, preserve
Mitirc peace, and place lighter burthens
upon it* peoplo.
But while much speculation is entertain
ing to speculative mind"?and what mind is
not speculative ??it should not have the
effect of preventing or making war. The
question is: uIs such a war right and justi
C ibie Jf it is, a brave and manly people
will not stop to debate these questions. We
have for a long time thought that th8 United
Suites Government ought to take Cuba, and
thinking to we have little respect for the
speculations of the speculators.
It' war is right, make It; if wrong, don't
tiiink ol" it. If war or the seizing of Cuba
i* rirht, declare it and seize Cuba. Why
should the nation be influenced by the
amount of good or Injury it might inflict on
this or that class of poiiticiaus; or
wliy should it stop to inquire how
trade will bo affected? This nation has
not readied the zenith of its power
and glory, and should not dream of
44 going into trade " until that point of na
tional fatuess and self-indulgence is attained.
The spirit of intrepid heroism in this coun
try ought, philosophically speaking, to be
ju^t now in its zenith. The nation should
despise the sordid calculations and measure
ments of the ledger and the yard-stick, and
bravely meet the high obligations of a heroic
people, irrespective of the baser passions of
men: the craft, the cunning, the avarice and
timidity of natious that have reached their
zenith, ?ud who, through luxury, the " can
kers of peace," and the inactivity that breeds
ffout and the kindred maladies of opulence
and ease, have begun their easy downward
way to their Nadir.
Canals.
Tbo iudustrious correspondent of the Cin
cinnati Commercial opens the issue of rail
ruads and canal*, and takes the side of rail
loads. He is drifting to the rear. A few
years b?0 thcro was a war of words about
the relative advantages of the two 6y6tema
of transportation, fcinee then people have
widely discovered that there is no rivalry be
tween them (except hare in Virginia be
tween the Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio road
aud Jumea River canal); that both are good
jn their way?nay, excellent?the railroad
for passengers and light freights, the canal
for heavy freight#. That there is no way of
transportation equal to the floating freights
through water we believe to be a settled
question. Questions may arise concerning
the practicability or impracticability of con
structing u canal aloug a particular line, but
no man questions the advantages of a canal
that L< constructed, whether we consider
cheapness of transportation or safety and
Mourlty of things transported.
The Republicans and Cuba.
The Central Republican Committee of New
York met on Monday aud had proceed
ing* concerning Cuba. They adopted reso
lutions declaring that the seizure of the Yir
giuiuo under the national flag, and the " in
human barbarity" inflicted upon her pas
sengers, had " aroused a feeling of universal
Indignation among the people "; and, further
more, that these acts "demand speedy re
dress.'' The committee extend their * deep
en sympathies" to "peoples of all nations
that arc .struggling for freedom," and declare
that if Spain is sincere in establishing repub
licanism she will prove it by giving liberty to
t tie people and slaves of Cuba. Finally, they
cull upon the Government to " vindicate the
honor of the nation." Of course, it being
slightly tattered, it i? all the more Important
that It should be * vindicated."
The Committee on Tbjlnspoktation.?The
Senate Committee on Transportation is one
oi (/rout Importance. The nation looLs with
grout interest to their forthcoming report.
we have from the correspondent of the Cln
clutnttl ? (Jcrriimerciul the following para
graph :
" I am infortntd by a gentleman wh? has
been much with the committee, and heard
them talk in an unofficial way over their
wine, that they will, among other remedies
for scant transportation, recommend the Ka
nawha canal. They know thai the Presi
dent Is for It In preference to any other
scheme looking to cheap transportation, and
Executive favor goe* a good wave."
The "Good Old Rebel."
Once ihoW'bur friend -the "Good Old
Rebel *' pitches into the United States?or
that part of it which held the Federal Gov
ernment during the war?for practices and
Inhumanities which, he contends, take away
from them all right to make war upon Cuba
for alleged brutalities and butcheries under
the authorities of that island. Wc repeat
that it is not bad for any nation to look to
its own shortcomings when it is about ar
raigning its neighbors for their sin?.
We altogether flout the idea that we incur
any of our correspondent's satires. We
have been for long years in favor of the
acquisition of Cuba, for public ]>eace and
order, for humanity's sake, and for the lur
ther reason that it is, in our opinion, a po-,
litical necessity for tbis country. Ihe last
would not, In our opinion, be sufficient un
supported by those previously 6tated. Never
theless, history shows that nations have been
guided by consideration** of political neces
sity in their acquisitions of territory oftener
than by others. In the case of Cuba we arc
satisfied that it must be attached to the
power controlling this continent. "Wo be
lieve in that much of " manifest destiny,"
though not much Afflicted with faith of that
sort.
But we see that the rulers of this country
are not on this lino of settling the Cuban
trouble*, and we withdraw our forces. The
u Good Old Rebel" seems determined to con
tinue his on-to-4'Yankeedom." Wbeu be
takes it, we shall be glad to hear from him.
We repeat that the war is over, and we arc
under the same Government with the peo
ple of the North. Government is properly
considered as coming from heaven. When
it becomes intolerable, the free construc
tionists, of whom we are one, feel author
ized by the Dispenser of Justice to throw it
off. But what aro those to do who make
the effort and fail? To submit like men, to
perform their duties as citizens, and to use
their best efforts to promote the justice and
power of the Government they bad failed to
throw off. I
Our Constitution and laws we considered
the best that people ever lived under. Hud;
they been administered faithfully al! sections;
of the country could have lived peacefully
under them for all time. That they were |
not so administered was the fault of men and
circumstances. And men and circumstances
change. It would be unphilosophieal to as
sume that they will not change, and it would
be unpatriotic and unfaithful to oppose the
Government uuder such a prejudiced con
clusion.
So far from adopting any such delusive
impression, whose tendencies are iuevitably
to discontent and unavailing impractica
bility, we have the best reasons to anticipate j
changes that will put a new face upon the |
political affairs of our country. We have
reason to believe that the rancors of warl
will soon abate, and the prejudices of sec
tions of the Unlou will at an early day
either be dispelled or undergo such a ineta- j
morphosis that they will no longer lead to
1 that sectional oppression aud partiality so
bitterly inveighed against by our corre
spondent.
It Is unphilosophieal and uujust to incul
cate a different idea. This great land, with
its unlimited wealth, cannot be chained down
to the fanaticism of ignorance nor the malice
of prejudice aud bigotry. The country's
destiny will rise superior to them, and the ,
public power will rescue tho victims of these
evil passions from their oppressors.
Let us not give way ourselves to preju
dice. Let us have faith in our institutions,
and do our best to secure their protection
from blind fanaticism, ignoraut prejudice,
and the corruptions of sordid politicians.
Does any man believe that the South is help
less ? If be does, he makes a great mistake.
Count its votes in Congress, and tell us what
they are worth in a closely contested strug
gle of sectional interests!
But all this aside : We say that it is ira
IKJsslble for the passions from which the
South suffers long to rule the country. War
is bitter and cruel, and Its bitterness and
cruelties are not readily obliterated. It
would be wise and glorious to forget them,
if we could. The 44 Good Old Rebel" shows
that he will not forget them soon, uud we,
regret to say there are a great many men at
the North who will forget them no sooner
than he will. It may be well that he has his
say, and we give him full swing to clo so.
Perhaps the sight of his second indictment
may inspire some sense of regret where re- i
gret should be feit; but he is not the best j
teacher of charity.
Nevertheless, despite the obstacles in the
way of peace and harmony, in the way of
those divine pentiments of repentanoe and
forgiveness, the country is slowly marching
out of Its *ad condition of discord. Parties
are reforming; new motives aro coming up
to coutrol public actions; the old ones are
passing away; the South is soou to be re
garded as the, for a time, forgotten prisoner
of the baslile, aud will be brought forth to
receive justice, honor, and equality amongst
the sisterhood of States. Therefore, let the
South hope, and let us all feel, that the United
States Government is ours, and that we owe
It our fealty as good citizens, in peaoo and in
war, determined to make it, if we can, just j
aud powerful, and its people contented and
prosperous. .
Wooden Buildings.
Wo have observed a very great liberal
ity in the City Council In tbe way of au
thorizing the construction of framed build
ings in tbe city of Richmond. We do not
know the exact localities of all these build
ings, but ho many are authorized that we
may well apprehend that some of them are
in situations that make them perilous to the
city in case of tire. We have fearful exam
ples of human suffering from too many
wooden buildings near one another. New
cities, with mnny framed buildings, that have
sprung up along lines of railway have been
swept from the face of the earth.
When a tire gets into a nest of framed
houses, and is once fairly lighted, it is ex*
ceedingly difficult to arrest it. And the
suffering that Is occasioned by the destruc
tion of such buildings is always great. They
are occupied by families of moderate means,
generally working people, who depend upon
their daily earnings for support; and when
they are driveu from their shelter they have
very scant resources, and most of them are
thrown upon the public charity. It is hard
to realize the sharp misfortune that falls I
upon the humble tenants of these framed
buildings in the event of a tire thftt destroys
theui.
A member of a city council that had per
mitted a lwrge numljer of them to be huddled
together could not, in tbe event of their de
struction, rid h(m??lf of a painful conviction
of Ills agency in bringing people to I
great suffering. j
We think a little more clrcumapcctloi*
mlgbt be exercised by our City Council on
this ?nb1ftct. t
Tbe Cbesateaee and Ohio Railroad.? The
correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial
savs of tbe Chesapeake and Ohio railroad
that it is " a firbt-class railroad," and that it
is intended to have a double track as soon as
the business of the road requires It. This it
will assuredly have. It will unquestionably
have the business; and there will be enough
for the railroad and for the central water
line too, and even then the West will want
more outlets to market.
Jotei.lar, the Governor-General of Cuba,
telegraphs to the Home Government at Ma
drid that its authority will be obeyed by
Cuba. Exactly ! Then what is the use of
the ?' bustle, bustle," in the navy. It will
give work to the unemployed. " Every
thing happens for the best."
Jfew Books.
Uncle Grandest $ Matches. A Fairy Tale.
Translated from the Frcnch of 31 me. La
Barbgene E. Maktineau dks CHEBSB. au.
thor of " Ladv Green Satin aud Her
Maid Rosette." With Illustrations. Fir.l
Hdelphia: Clakton, Remsex & Haffkl
finceh.
A very pleasant book for voting people.
For sale by Wooddocse <Sr PiRnAM.
Wontus;ort The Corps of Observation.
By Colonel William M. Rcnkle. W ith Il
lustrations. Philadelphia: J. 15. Lippi>'-|
cott & Co.
A blory of the civil war, located chiefly In
the peninsula of Virginia.
For sulo by West, JonNSTO* & Co.
[For Uie Dispatch.J
Cout?st?d Elections.
The late Legislature, by the act of 3d April,
1373 transferred the trial of contested elec
tions from the county to the circuit court*.
The election of the oounty officers ou the
4th November, 1B73, (county treasurer,
sheriff, attorney, Ac.,) occurred after most of
the regular terms of the circuit courts hart
been held. In one of the couuties notice of
contested elections has been given. Tbe
practical question arises, How and when must
these cases be tried? And can a circuit
judge hold a special term for the trial oi
tbe?c cases? ? a t ,
The law authorizing special terms to be
held provides that " if any term of a circuit
court is to end, or has ended, without dis
patching all its business, or if there be u fail*
ure to hold any term," the judge may ap
point a spccial term, Ac. (Code, p. 6<3,
scction 29.) Or the judge may appoint a
special term for the trial of a prisoner in Jail.
(Section 3*2.) .
?? At any euch special term any civil cause
may be tried which oould lawfully have
been but was not tried, at the last preced
ing term that wu6 or should have been held. -
(Section 33.) Motions may be beard and de
termined, and cbancory causes heard and de
termined, by consent.
The contested elections are not. included in
any of these classes ot* cases. What authority,
then, has a judge for appointing a *p?:iol
term for trial of contested election cases
arising since bis last regular t erm ?
Now, let us see what is the practical re
sult of the legislation of 3d April, 1873.
Bv the Constitution (article 7, section 1)
all county officers enter upou the duties of
i their offices on the 1st day of January next
succeeding their election. The Constitution
al?o provides that all officers shall coutiuue
iu office till their successors qualify; aud if
the officer fails to qualify before the lit day
of January the office becomes vaoaut (Acts
1 SCO?'TO, page 03), and the county judge tills
the vacancy. * ,
Injustice may be done to the voters b>
this apparent or real failure ot the Legisla
ture to provide for the contingency men
tioned. "?
answer.
First, By act of April 2, 1873, (p. 345 Acts
of Assembly,) the Judges of the circuit
courts may fix tbe time of holding the terms
of their courts.
Secondly, The act of ?tW-'70 (p. 93; means
that if any officer in his oxen wrong fail to
qualify. Otherwise it would bo unconstitu
tional.
Thirdly. If the proper notice U given the
electiou may be coutested at the spring term
of the circuit court, and the party in office
(who shall have taken offico ou the 1st of
January) may be ousted if he be fouud to be
an intruder, or not elected or entitled to the
place.
Fourthly. The act of 3d of April, 1873,
repeals all acts Inconsistent with itself. If
auy act, therefore, Interposes betweeu the
circuit courts and the hearing of couterited
electiou cases, as they would have been
heard by the county courts if their jurisdic
tion had not been transferred to tho circuit
courts, it stands repealed ipso facto.
So that iu any event ice soe no difficulty iu
contesting elections.
Whilst upon the subject, we wiil add that
the law requires these contests to be decided
4< upon their meritsaud if any mau is de
prived of a seat in the General Assembly, or
of an office upou mere formal points, or be
cause certiGcates are not in due form, he
ought to contest the election. We bear of
such cases, and we think they reflect no
credit upon the Conservative party.
[For the Dispatch.]
Reconciled by IXfoodslietl.
Those who argue thnt rushing into a war
with Spain will reconcile us to our masters,
and end all future troubles on account of
Cuba by giving that island to the United
States, appear to roe to lo?-6 sight of several
considerations which should dictatc the
course the South ought to pursue.
First of them is the ethical view of the
case?tbe right to make war for the offence.
Undeniably it was an offence against human
ity, this butchery of the filibusters, and of
a kind to fill us w"ith horror; as do all cases
of the sort. Whether it be the butchery of
Missouri Confederates, as by McNeil at the
Fair-grounds in Palmyra, driven to the
spot seated on their coffinf, and shot
with some features of nameless pollu
tion; or the indiscriminate massacre
of Piegau Indians by Lieutenaut-Gene
ral Sheridan?an act approved by
Sherman ; or the murder of a hapless boy of
twelve years old, torn from the arms of his
mother, in Fauquier county, taken sick to
Washington, immured iu a damp cell in the
Oid Capitol prison, and when laboring un
der a dangerous milady, brought on by con
finement and coarse prison-tare, taken to the
pump and ducAed?whereby he died; ail
this against the written and officially re
ceived protest of his mother, and ayainst the
remonstrances and representations of his
friends in Alexandria, who happened to be
'rebels; and all done because he could not.
or, heroic boy, would not, give information
as to the number aud position of certain
Confederate troops. The recital of such
things, even when "they have floated into
the past,"-?s nil these have, do yet fiil us
with horror and disgust. But what moral
right have we to single out Spain for special
execration,and go to war with her?
Suppose that I and my tenant, like Spain
and Cuba, are contesting the right to the
house which my tenant occupies, and to
which I have legal claim, an incendiary ap
pears with lighted brand iu one hand and a
pistol in the other to tire ihe house and kill
me if I interfere. Have I the right to shoot
him 'i And iu tbe eye of real justice does it
make any diflerenes, whether I shoot him on
the threshold of my house or at the door of
another house to "which he had retreated,
pistol aud torch iu hand? I admit it"would
have been cooler, more prudent, more hu
mane to capture the uian und try him. But
suppose the same man had repeatedly made
the same attempt, had several times set tire
to the house, and tired at and wounded mc
when I was extinguishing the flames, would
a jury make no allowance for the provocation ?
And if that Jury was composed of
?men some of whom bad bad their houses
burned under the same circumstance',
as at Atlanta, Columbia, or the Val
ley of Virginia, by members of the same
gang, aud their wives aud children had been
turned out upon the world homcles?, penni
less, nnlyuj, and starving, and I was prose
cuted by lawyer Sherman or lawyer Slieri
dan, would not that jury not sympathize
with me though I had been savage in my
mode of killing the incendiary? And
wherein, pray, does the parallel fail? What
ever mass-meetings may resolve, statesmen
know that Cuba'belongs to Spain; ber's
by the sacred law of nation3 until?not lm
iwssioued Hpcakcr*, nor firry editors, nor
boisterous assemblages, but?a government
with the awl'ul majesty of legal power shall
say she recognizes Cuba as independent. Oh !
law-abiding Virginians, has the power you
obey taken that necessary stop? If uot,
what right, under the law of nations, have
filibusters to claim protection at your hands?
What right have you, since you will claim
the flag as yours, to require that it shall pro
tect enterprises against the law of natious iu
general and the United States iu particular?
How can the flag legalize illegality, except
as it did when it waved over McNeil, and
Sheridan, aud that Old Capitol prison? If it
cannot, then you murder Spaniards to " form
a more perfcct union " with the worst ene
mies you ever had. What a spectacle ! A
liba'ion of human blood to "dove-eyed
pea co."
But will our readiness to go to war con
ciliate them? What arc their feelings to
us now ? Pass by the rest of ihc South and
consider only the case of Virginia. So far
as they were able to do it consistently with
their own forms they have attempted to de
grade us as no nation wis ever degraded
before. Removing in succession Ord, Scbo
ficld, Stoneman?men who had too much
sense nnd too much good feeling to j
work their ends?they placed the bigot
Canby in command, and It was his duty and
pleasum to see that we should adopt the
Bayne-Underwood Constitution?an lnstru
I ment which gave the negroes ten times
as much power as England gave the
negroes in Jamaica, and placcd the mas
ters at tho feet of their newly-eman
cipated slaves. Under that the militia,
the ballot-bos, the Jury-box, the judiciary,
th? schools, were all placed at the disposal
of negroes. It was so intended to be, and
but oue thing prevented. A few gentlemen
who preferred the welfare of the State to
their own popularity organized a movement
that saved their fellow-citizens almost in
spire of the^elves, the mass of Yankees
either assenting or being indifl'erent to this
threatened catastrophe. Nor have they done
better since. That Virginia occupies her
present vantage-ground is wholly due to our
own consummate prudence and ceaseless ef
forts and to the numerical strength of our
white population. Heading the futuie,
then, by tne light of the pa-t, I see but one
sentence on every page : Plunder and de
grade the hated South.
What nation is there (I ask for informa
tion) which has strengthened itself by fight
ing for its conqueror before it had obtained
guarantees for the future ? jWy limited read
ing suggests none. But, on the contrary, it
furnishes one conspicuous instance of failure
where the per\iro has been rendered before ?
the consideration was secured. Well said
her patriot bard :
" When History's muse* the memorial was keeping
Of all th;i? tU'* dark hand of Uwtlny weavos,
Deride Iiit the genius of i-rlu etoo'l weeping,
For ber's hus ihc story Hint blotted tbe leaves."
In spile of counties!) wrongs, Ireland has
steadily fought for the glory aud power of
England, aud in spite of tbe lustre she has
lent to English achievements in every de
partment ol civilization she is treated ns an
alien. Incorporated, like ourselves bere, us
a minority in British representation, she is
thereby the more securely subjugated, and
weaker by just tbeamouul of strength she
has expended for heriuistro?*. T he military
and the police easily repress all her struggles
to be free. What guarantee has the South
against a similar doom, or are nc anxious
to become the Ireland, i>crbups the Poland,
of North Amcrici f
Aud when we sbtdl have thu- played Ire
land to our conquerors will wo have concili
ated them}' Not at all. As Master Shallow
say?, " We had no great lov? fur oueauother
at first, aud it bath pleased God to increase
it upon further acquaintance," and both sides
know and feel it. We are two different peo
ple iu fundamental ideas, in principles, aud
iu traditions. For two hundred and tifty
years we have been diverging, and they are
as malignant, as intolerant, us meddlesome,
as fanatical, as self-righteous now ns when
they banished Kctrer Williams and Lucy
Hutchinson and enacted their sanctimo
nious biue laws. Similar institutions
caunot homogenize u?j, but ouly make
us like those curious lines in mathe-i
maties which approach constantly nearer to j
some curve but will never touch "though ex
tended through intinity. As too only way
to live at i>eace with a Turk is to become a
Mussulman and a renegade, so the ouly way
to conciliate Yankees id to abjure your past
and adopt their present, to assume their na
ture and become a Bcecber in religion, u Fisk
in morals, a Crould iu finance, au Ames iu the
lower House, a Cameron in the upper, a Stan
ton in the Cabinet,a Sherlduu iu the tield; to
make success the test of merit, money the
standard of respectability and the pedestal of
position, and to love place and wealth with
all your heart and with all your foul aud
with all your mind. When this exalted type of
uatioual character?is it not theirs??has
been reaobed, it may he hoped that they will
coude-cend to take us in on ftiir terms? i. v.,
next below themselves?into the great rob
ber enterprise which is to liberato and civil
ize Culja as they bavo liberated and civil
ized Louisiana; with Johnston noxt in com
mand to Sherman, nnd Early to Sheridan,
Fitz Lee to Avcrill, and nil the other
generals that wo lov'c and boae-t of, each
with a flaming blue uniform in place of bis
old, castaway gray tatters, and each appro
priately ranged uuder some Yankee general
whom he had foiled or defeated in the late
Confederate war, then to be forgotten iu this
new dispensation of conciliation. Ob, how
the womeu of the. South will waive their
handkerchiefs at this glorious processiou !
Two things oulv disturb the dream: Sup
pose this fraternization shall unite all Span
iards?they profiting by our noble example?
and we baveu sure enough war. Aud then, if
we do whip, who will pay tbe expenses of
the war; who, aud from what section, will be
enrichod by it; aud what will wc do with
Cuba when we have taken ity Docs IhU de
serve a pause?
XAIiKIAtiES.
Married. November 20tb, by Rev. Father Hirvlv,
Mr !?'?:ANK P. HKAN NAN*. JII., U) Mlod MaTTIL
J. TaYLUU ; both oi' Richmond, Va. *
Married; November 20th, by tb?i Rer. T. L.
Preston, D. Ij., assisted by the itcv. Moses n. Houe,
I). L>., 1!pv. A. T. OllAYlilLL,of Botetourt county,
Va.. and N. DOUGLASS, daughter ot II. P. lay lor,
of tills city. No curds. \
DEATHS.
Died, ut bis residence. No. 103 Marshall -treef.
vesteruav afternoon at -1 o'clock, CHARLES P.
l\LLtN, in hi.-, thirty-third ye.ir.
Lib funpral wlli faku place THIS AFTERNOON*
at 3 o'clock from Broad-Sirect Methodist church.
The friends and ucqunlutanccs of the family are iu
vited to attend. *
'J'llE ASBESTOS NON-CONDUCTOR
covering for Steam-Hollers, Pipes, Ac., saves 25?
30 per ceut. In fuel. ASBEcTUS ROUFISG,
ASBESTOS CEMENT, for leaky roofs, ,tc.
Send for circular* ami estimates.
R. C. DAV1DGE,
P5 we^t Lombard street, Baltimore, Md.
no 27-0t
ON OK ABOUT DECEMBER 1st BUT
TEltlCK'S CELEBRATED PATTERNS,
with tin* Wheeler A- Wilson Sewl u^-Machlne.. will
UEMOYK to tliat Hue. spacious imllulug, erect
ed expressly lor the business, corner of Ninth and
Frankllu streets.
Catalogues five. no 27 lw
LI VERY STABLE.?I have opened
a livery stablfon Seoond between UroaiJ^&S3.
und Grace streets, and e.nu supply ui all times h*nd
.loineand desirable IIACKH, liUfiGIES, and SAD
l)LK-lioKSLS. Dorses boarded by tiie day or
month at J he mosL reasonable rate*. I will make
every eifort to please my pauons, and can safely
guarantee satisfaction, 1 Will at?o keep an assort
ment of WOC'D and COAL at the lowest prices.
T. C. BENNETT.
Stable on Swond between Broad and Grace
Btrc?u, no20-l?>?
SBSBSSz - ? - -
\f ASONIC NOTICK.-The raora- ffi
M hers of JOPPA LODGE, No. 40, will XX
attend a pf.ilo'1 meeting at SJ. Alcana Hall/V
'I Ills KVBN1 NO at fl o'clock. of
lodges and visiting bfethren are Invited to be pre
sent. By order of J# KIDDICff,
no27.lt r^rctary.
Candidates for Initiation and degrees will be Id
attendance by 8 o'clock promptly.
Bv oracr of the 0. P.
no2/-lt* .TollN B. VAtTMIAN. Scribe.
Marshall lodge, no. 12,
KNIGHTH OF PYTHIAS .-Bro
ihere,?Attend a regular meeting r<f your i
Lodge at your Castle Hall THIS ('I burs
day) EVENINGat 7M o'clock. Buaiuess
of lmportaurc v ill he Introduced lor W
your consideration. By order of Hi^ fcizER
no 27-1I* Keeper of Rccords and Seal.
" Richmond and Danville iculuoad Co.,?
RICHMOND, Va.. Nowinber ii J. 1 b / J. 5
The annual meeting of the
STOCKHOLDERS of this company will be
h"ld on WEDNKSDAY Hif 10th of December.
1673, at the Exchange llotcl, In Ibis city, conven
ing at i2 o'clock M. ..
The 'ran fer-twioha of the compmy will bo closed
from the eud of the pim-iil mouth until a.ter the
.udu>i >n?tu?. v f. Hu^nD, bock,an.
FOftM OF rr.UXY.
Richmond and Danville Kali road Company.?
Know all men by these present-*: I bat ?7-'
uii'iirslgne'l, do hereby constitute and appoint ?
attorney?for? and In ?name to vote on
all .1110511003 that may (>c bronchi bef?re the niee,
Iiic or the stockholder* of the Richmond anil Dan
ville Railroad Company to be held at Kichmoua on
Wednesday the lOlb day of IJecembcr, 1^ .^ ^'
nnv adjourned meeting thereon herebj rtllljnigaji
the" acts of said attorney lu the promises tM
lullv :i* If uvre present a'id voting hi person.
In" Itbtlmonv wbnriiof have hereunto all.* ?
? hand - this day of no 20-t?l_
MILITARY XOTIt'ES.
ThmoSycumfany b,FIRSTRK-?
A GIMEST VIRGINIA VOLlVlEHffc &
Kiciimond, Va., .November 27, 18/3riiJoli/
?command will assemble at the ornion TilJ&n
EVEMNO at 8 o'clock for drill. A full attend
ance Is desired. By order 1 lent; nir.t BiNFOnp.
liLMil C.
no 97-1t* * irst
__ _ ^^rSEJEE^TS.
jr^ICIlMOND THEATRE.
Brilliant reception of the
FaVORI'IES.
THURSDAY EVENING. NOVUMBEH 2-,
SECOND NIGfIT
of Richmond's favorite artiste,
MlSS ADA GRAY. . _
supported lrvthe talented young aotor .*!r. ITaTIF.T
LaNGDON and AWE. SPALDING 3 fc'roat
Star Combination.
TIIIS (Thursday; EVENING will be ropeatc-. by
particular request the favorite society play 01
WHO'S WIFE '<
FRIDAY, benefit of MiS3 GRAY,
EAST LYNNE.
ADA GRAY MATIN EE-SAT UKD AY, 2 P. M.
TRICES OFA OMISSION.
DrePi Circle 1 00
urcheati'd and Parquet to
Family Circle >>''
Gallery 23
Seal? secured at AiiBOLD 3 Musical ILiCJaiiije.
no 27-3t?
,0 RE AT* ATTRACTION.?A grand YU
Ijr CAE AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT
will heglvnat the Baptist church Tulrt (i hurs
dav) NIGHT at 8 o'clock. Proceeds t'> be d?votCu
to'chui-cti repairs, Ac. The beot aaiatear u.cnt ot
the town have volunteered their services. Aomis
"^h^adUs'of the church will also open h FaITj
at tlie countvcourt bouso, whicn wlb continue until
further notioo, and will offer an assortm'-til of use.
ful, b-autiful, and palatable articles ut r?ailv 10a
sonaMe rales. Give them a Call.
.ifanchtfltrr, Novemher 2 / . nn _ 7-11,
CEt'OND GRAND BALL
0 ? or TDK
ANCI^fcT ORDU: OK niBERNIANS,
centlemeu :
Ft 1 -or Cornmiti**. ?T? n. McQuailo. James ring
gertv, Michacl Ryan, J. T. bUlUvati. JohuA. tto.le>,
David Krcnuan. ,T , . .
vptioii Cutr.mi/f'y.?V- ? li. Aard, chulraian.
D.-niel /lorgan, Jruii' i llayes. K -lov, ??
Glblln, Jann.H llaunon, ii. D boiic.i^r, Atnivs
Sweenev. ?). J. Dalv, J. Mauuluft, JaUiea Linn^y.
GR AND MAR'.ll at 8 o'cu ck. ?o 'Jl-6l
OKOKESSOR HENRY F. LAUJJL'o f>'\
X DANCING ACADEMY.
3io:;Tictx.x.o Haxi., linuAD sinzzT.f ,
Alisses and lunster?. WEDNESDAY und SATUR
DAY AFTERNOOJfS at ;t:30: trentl.m<-n, V.> I
> hSDAV and sATCfi i?A Y tXKM.NGSat 7:30.
The Eanse, Glide, ano Boston \\ altzes t.iugbt "vith
preci-lou. no 4-1 in
imros AM) JTEDgCtVSS.
xERAL WATERS.
ROCKBRTI)GE ALUXT.
JORDAN ALUM.
ALLEGHANY SPRINGS.
HE Vl.lNG SPRINGS. .
WHITE SULPUrif SPEINio.
C \ PoN SPRING",
CONGRESS,
fl aTHOKN,
FL EfjDRl'cnSIIALL BITTER,
for B:.IcB?!yLh UChrURCFLL. LA "DP * CO.,
HO V7 A gen to V Ir^inia >}?' iiu$ \\ uUyc'.
JJAKE'S liniment,
GUODTVFN-5 HEADACHE LINIMENT,
MILLER'S COMPOUND S7RCP OF nORt>
HOON'D;
POWEBfJVS COMPOUND SYRUP OF TOLL' uod
WILD CHERRY,
rURC'ELL, J. ADD & CO.'S 10DURETTED EX
TRACT OF SARSAPARILLA.
Fur sale by J. BLAIR,
no 20 ?23 iii'i.-nl gnypt.
pARB. AMSTOlflA.-Just rcceivcd one
\J c.if-lt CARL'. iWMSOXIA. For sale low by
II.) 16 BODKKKR mmTUKKS.
GtRAY'cS PATENT OIL-CAN.^.-Kvery
"" retailer of Knr^st'B? OH sliouM supply il
with out t-i' these vul'iaffe cms. For -ule'hv
Boi>El?LR llROTHE'RS.
no 10 DruggH.s
rPiiETKUE NORWEGIAN COD-UYEIi
X OIL is acknowledged to bo the most eiBcaciuwa
ami drlicnte of all va.rlelle3 01' cod-liver oil. !U.
natural tnjte l*-in? much tulltar tli.iu tli.at <>t" otI
oils, ii will ui't cause itic jmu-ea that tbe nils jr. rr
cnillr proil'.ic. luiported, yrlgiuai And puro, In
sealed till barrels, li>
L. WAGNER, Pru?/y1f.t,
no 1 4 corner Sixth ar^i Jftrond ??trci ts
P
KOTECT TOUR LUNG?.
TU'J DREADNOUGHT aadCUIWASB CHEST
PROTECTORS, made of line felt, and & .
as to allurd warmth and protcctiou to the Lick cmi
chest, should he worn by every one to ^mrd ccdu*t
tbe suddca chaug<?s of temperature la the foil and
winter. Tho u^e of tlicm is endorsed by the highest
mtdlCitl authority. All flics on baud at
MEADE & BAiiElCS Dvujr St-.rc,
no 10 <?10 Main strcer.
w
LLLIA3I K. TANNER & CO.,
METROPOLITAN ^OKKij,
CANAL 6TPEET FROM FTXTll TO SEYENTU,
manufacturers of
E"GP>*ES. VnUtfMii,
6a w- sit u.*, ua ?: ;c-.\ux.c.
OUli<r-MIU.fl. 1*1. \sr J'K-MU It?
OAS) MACHINKUY. MILC-UliAMSU.
KTOKKCUTTKHd' TOOLft, Including btaU-llAlll
MKItS of ail sizes, .to.
KKl'AIK-WORK Solicited.
Freight# to ali points io\v.
Scud for circular. oc4
STOVES, II.XWAHt, Ac.
or naonj rooms. 1\mous having J*iro-Pia."?: Heat
ers to tw repaired will d<> well to *?;nd hi tiicir or
ders before wt'aihcr.
.VLso, TINVl.NU, I'Ll'MlilXG, uti-l GA^-rlT.
TING doneutebort notice.
JOHN BOWEItS. Iron iliock,
mi 2^?3m (loveruor struct. Richmond, Va. ?s
HTSr.HTtANTS.
rf ETELLE " TWO TIMES.''
CORNtlC OF
HANK AND ELEVENTH JjTREEi:*.
NO. 13 TBlRTEittSTU STREET.
At Bank and Eleventh the incomparable f.UNOTT.
the luxiines i>l* sea and laud. QAMK, F1S1I, O Ys>
TEltr1, MEATS, Etc., served to order.
At 13 Thirteenth street. FKEIC LfN'CU tVEHY
DAY, besides the best regular lunch.
The boat of oysters ut both Places, and Liquors
that are snrpafl-Hxl al no bar In the land, and brw>ved
tiriuks of the best style of an.
Come oue, eomeaii. isolh places we thoroughly
forilfleu. no 1
HfW. WAKEFIELD AND MAGIC
X EARTH-CLOSETS foraale by
nui* L. VYAUNEII, DiCigsl*?.
g " 11 Mgg'/
~ TVFfrTAI5QT7q'S. ;
UiJT SELLING OFF AT PANIC
PRICES.
otvr lorso stock of FRENCH-MADE LADI*:s?
aud CHILDREN'S UNDEBWEAR. Also,all kinds
Of f*\NCY GOOl*?. at WORD EN'S,
1 no % 7-21* 407 Broad, near Fourth street.
jg^UEVY BROTHERS HAVE BUCK
SKIN UNtt?BGAR?\fENTS, which are highly re
commended /?? a oure, as well as a preventive, of
man7 ?15eoase*.
CLAJiK'S uaV COATS'5 SPOOL-COTTON, 72c.
per doeen. no 26
SST SPlSCIAL BARGAINS ARE SOW
l.-ing ofl'crod by LEVY BROTHERS In TABLE
LINKS' of every description. T??ey call particular
attention to tbeJfr stock of extra long, douWc DA
MASK TABLE CLOTHS. no 26
?JOT LADIES WISHING TO PUR
chase TRIMMINGS .tor undurgariocnts should call
ut LEVY BROTH 1014b' and purchase a f?jw ploceis
of their 23. 40, ftnd CE^Oc. TRIMMINGS, "which are
worth double the ino?<fr. no 26
22T LEVY BROTHERS IIAVE MADE
Ioxjto additions to tj.clr fctock of CLOAKS ?u<] p>
duced the prices of the they had on 'jand.
CLARE'S and CO AIV S SI'UUL-COTTO.V,
72*. per dozen. no 26
S^* C n I L D R ES * 3 READYOIADE
8U1T.S.? Li?VY BROTBKB3 offer n tot or CLIIL
i> It EN'S KEADY-MAlfE SCI'IS, leftover from
Last, season, at ono-lmf <b9 co*f. uo 26
LOOK AT THE FAbT-COLORED
CALICOES Which LEVY BROTHERS are cow
?cllli fr at. r*r r>rd. no 26
USSPLEVY BROTHERS OFFER A
lot of DRl-iS-GOODS REMNANTS at very low
prices.
beat SERVING-MACHINE OTL, 15c. per bot
tle no 25
?3"* LOOK AT THE ALL-WOOL
xrnilc: FLANNEL, full ysxd wide, at 43c. per
yard worth COc., at LEVY BROTHERS'.
The be* SEWING-MACHINE OIL, 16c. per
bottle. no ?3
1ST LEVY BROTHERS offer PURE
LIXKK n?HSnTCII?D DA?*L'KK ECI11EF 5 at
42 p^r dozen worth $2.&0.
TUo btst, 8 "VTINO-31ACH1NE OIL, 13c. per
bottle* no 26
?5?" BALM'JI\ AL blilRT.: nr?4 now being
S'iIcI at LEVY BROTHERS" ut lav ? r priced tliau at
Rtiy time Mnce tho deluge. no 23
LEW liROTH Eli* SAY THAT
tie IJN'EX BfRD'S-EYE DIAPER ?t 80c. Is
vctv chc;tp. 'J heyol-w cHerextra brgv lz?: IIt.'CK*
AE H. K TOWELS ;it ;3 i cr ciozon worth i-i.
SEVriSG-MACIIJNK NEEiiLKS. no 23
13" LEV Y 13 R 0 T HERS OFFER
hrpo CALICO COil FORT A DLLs at $2.DO, rcaJu
of tsct!!cnt calico an<2 vcMed tIiL pure cotton.
Sj? V*,*!?.'G-j1 ACliVSK Ni:EI>LES at 40 ami 30c.
lor -i paper of {?u. 3W.. 23
jsr white teeth:
\\ in re tesiii:
MEADE & B/VKKR'H
SAPONINS DENTIFRICE
0)0 bftct tooth-powder Id n o. Cicd' ?nd recom
mended by our best dentists.
Propaxcd oulv by
jicADS <ft BAKLR. Pharmacists,
019 Mainstreot.
Price, 60 cents a box. cold by druggists ;:eno
mllv, no 20
35T TO TLiE 1'UIiLlC.
! J? c to Inform v .u that I have opened a LADIES'
rivH . LKMK.VS i<E?T Al u VNT In COuiKC
tl'.ij with mv OnfoiHlnnery cetahlbbmcnt, it N->,
1105 ilfiLii street. Opcu djily lrom 7 A. AJ. to 0
r. il. ? ,
It !?< my lut>'u'-i>)ii to livike tbbi wb.it Richmond
litis long needed, a, llrst-cla.vt Rcstauraat In ever}
ljiutlcul.ir.
TflE BILL OF FARE
Include? every dish Hint on ( l'iouro.nn t.?.$t? may
d< sire, 'atili.'Ji"will be Served In toe be. t laauuei
a:id ut moderate prices.
A. AN ION I.
oc 3-3m nearly opposite the Poet-Office.
227*1'OR >*O VE MI5E!{.?MURE 2s" EW
AND ELEGANT CLOAKS, SACQCES, REDItf
GOT! S, AND l>lii;S=> GOODS FOK
WINTER SALES?T. It. PRICE A CO. ere opeo
Ing :i great \ar\t'} of new and eleiptnt good's:
Latest l-tylr kmbroidlked dolman* cloak*.
English Jackets, phi in ami embroidered;
English Jackets, blue, fancy, and new;
Oroiit display of N'fcCK Rt'lTLEfOb;
Lace Collar EriEOtnd Vests-very rare;
Velvet Collahettls, ribbon unds;
DltEoS Goor 3 lu great variety at wonderfully low
rates, euch m Yklouhs. Poplin Scitikcs,
8 ATU*S,REr:>, OTTOMAN'S, EiirHF.SS.C.OfEI.8'
H.au POI'Lt.Ns, Ac., &c., at 23, 30, 35, 40e. to
?1 r>*s yard;
SrurvLs, Hosiery, Gloves ;
Ladies' Suthts and Drawers:
Ml6.JE3' and BOTs' SHinTS ai. 1 DP WEHe?
Cassimeres Li great viirkiy, if. oc 30
ear bargains in alpacas, &<?.?
T. k. PRICE A CO. have JiM received another lot
of those cheap ALPACAS an>i MGIXAXR5 from 35
to 75c., be-1 goods.
BLANKET.v, yLaNNELS, PRISTS:
BLACK OROS-GRaIN SILKS, very chcap;
VELVETEENS. MOURNING GOODS:
BOULEVARD SKIRTS, MEN'S SIIIHTS, ,tc.
oc 30
t:TT MOTIIER.% MOTHERS, MOTH
EirS.?Don't f:?!S to procure mrs. %\ INM-OW '
SOOTHING hYKUP for afl -ilix.'aso.i twideut t
tb- period of teething lu children. It relieve* the
child of palii, cures wtud colic, rt gulatesthe l?oweis
un l by fflvhig rvllef andlKalthto the child glvt-s
rx\-'t tu the muUier.
Be i?ure to cull for
"Mks. V/lN'8LO\V a bOOTlitNG SYRUP."
1 or&tle by all drurglsts. lo 24-Tu.ThA^diu
XZ'r I'RATT'S ANTRAL OIL.
A^'dutciy safe. P??rlV,'tly odoriosfl. Always unl
lurin. Illumlu-itliig lua.ltU-ssuperior Burus
Iu-ativ l:t:ui> without d.nie?:rof cxplodltd? or taklux
tiro. Manulaeturt d cxprt^ly to dispHceUie use o
Viiiutllv :ui 1 tlHTiceroiu oib<. Its safety under every
portable test, aud It* periect bund tig qualities, are
proved by It continue*.! in over 300.000
ll?-?. Million:- of gallons have been sold and n-> ae
cldetit?directly ur IndUvctlj ?h;U ever oceuiivd
from bnriting, ?t?.'rlu?, or haiulllit^ It.
1 li" Insurauee companies and tire commissioners
Ihrouxhout the country recommend the AST kaL
hi tin- Ot- t ?ufegu-trd wlfon lumps arc used. Sct.d
fur circular.
For sih- at n t.iil by the trade generally, and at
wholesale by the pr>?p"iIctors, < il\K1.ES "PKA l T
& vii.. 10S Fulton sUvei, New York.
oc 17-dAw(Jm
JULES HOIMES, Ac.
I_TORi?ES Fl?R SALE.-?One Sfilen
1 JL diit family UORSE, rldoa a!id drlvw<
well; <etitle neii last; wnrmuieu souud and tv>? ork
anywhere.
Al*o, one RID IN G-M A HE, gentle and kind,aud
works well. Can be mx-u at my stable, Twenty
(?lxthuuii Franklin, or apply to
no C5-?t J. A. Wi'ATT, 1303 Cary Mxt?t.
PEPARTrny:H or htva in*.
^ o k ->'? w riyiik .-thf.zt'7z,;
steamship WYA NOK E. < ?,
CO0f H, will wll oo FRIDAY, November 'fili j
10 o'clock A. fa
KrelfciJit re?; m.d unit! 0 o'clock A. M.
Through bill* of LvJlng "Iguol. un'i f
warded with djap-itch to nil points north,
cast.,and wesu (J1oh? connections made wlfti CuiiArl
Line for foreign ports. Pasrengcr aceotnrf.odstVj'.
unsurpassed, fare, *12; steerage. vii round-tr .
Urkete,t20.
For frtlfibt or par=?rjp:c apply to
^EORfcfcft W. aLLCN A CO.. Ag^nt*.
no 23-3t Company'j ft'har;. Lo<>.u.
OK PHI LAI) E MM! \ A.- yz
Steamer A lh i A N C K, Oapodn^SBSt^?: ?
t.'ATilt, wllJ rccelfe fr< Lbt. r<>r the jitx r? ? t
TUCK^DAY the 27tf> Iiiftint, ?t 12 c/clc'a.
Freight taken for lw-stnu. Provl.k&ee. nnd V- -
Orleans: al'+o for Liverpool Aut??r; ** 7
Bed starand Anxrienn bv aoiiblp lines;and hi;h 1 :*
lading signed through
Pa.veige pi Philadelphia, hr'ivMiv wi* sr.ij
sliteroom, ?(j. *V. i. 1 Kli.
no 26-itM- N?- vlz~> i > .. A ?
LOIilLLAttb S T K A 31 h il7?~ T
COMPANY.
TRMVEEKLY STEAMKKS BETV/El .
RICHMOND, CITY POINT, NO! F^LII, ?r J
.NLW YORK,
Stopping nt all regular lirxilwMCu .jxi >, r.
The new mid llrsf-dx>i Meu:a>!;. ,
MLDl/vlOii.
ttjljgiit.
RFOL'LAT-' ;
The l;ist and ek.,MHt #ii-:ni.'r I v? 11.:<? 11: ;
IcaV'! W'.itMii's v.hait, !!? i ?' cm ry '1 (.. ? .
DAY. THURSDAY, and SATURDAY a 7
stopping at rrtiv.hr Iandi g on4 in
, zvecung with elt-aniers ut -N ? folk j . ?, ? ,
?j hrough hlds01' ladlnz signed f p dt, ,r.i.. , 1
freight* deli vend with dMjiatch.
Freight reeelved until *5 1*. 31. diliy,
Forturther Inf.jrma'lon r?|>) lv '.?>
LOIMM.AltL> "i 1 *?'AifSdTTP ' ??
Piers 33 and 31 *?' rlrer. N? v \>,i... ,
JOll.N \S. SS VA'J 1. ,\. t.
\ u
Offices at Rocketts and comer Mai 1
(ecntb itm-tri. n ? \
TpuR UAL11MUK?.
rowriATAX steamboat cosirArrv'.?
TBI- V.TLKr.V LINE.
gwaiawi !'atr tii.lt wjiarvo* h: To '. ?:* ? *
TCLSDAY urid mo':S i';- Oc it
o'cIOcH.and SA1 URDi^Y at -l o*? I P. M.
Frtlxht r^i-lvcd u:j to 6 o'ciock i'. 31.. Satu.
daj'i? up to 3>i o'clock l'. il.
ii?i trty^'lit ai'iily to
oc 29 L. H.Tr"/. r . }
THE AMKPviCAN , '
X SI!IP COMPANY. OF -
DEl-PHfA.?Oihia .4C?m:t:0'b'?-ns i trtctl: " ?
ela-fli, ?I00; li.Tt fiteeraue, ^Ki; ?, , .
'Ihrough hills of la-ilug pvca to Llvc?i^.i. 1
freight apply to
PAL3IE11, HARTSOOli a.
OC 13 A^CI ' .
TAMES S'n:.\ .MiiOAT/t- " ?,.
IP CO MP AN Y.
FOR NORFOLK, P< ?T-'IS.MOiJ 11' ''-A '
PIUi.ADl-LPlil A, AND *:.V/ i 1;
AJ.SO FOU
REGULAR LANUiNtia ON IaM?':
CAiUtrLNO VN!TET> STAl; : ?
Ai>AjlS K.M'kj.-':.
F M.L AN I.' v iN'i' 't - :'r nn.r
On aud after 0CT0U1 ri :. 1 - : a
elesaiit st?i.nier JOU> ?
Juit^ A. Povr, will l--tTe <? upuiy'i. " .
citj,forabov^uauiodplacesou3lu-v*? <? 1 -? . 1
NKblJAYH. aud KllTiJAYs! it < 3C t. ;
Uindiig will arrive here 'J L " ->!'Ala.
UAYb. auctSATL'RUAVi el S P. M. ( ^T>
PitT3"CjffC -U!*' c > .? ? ;????? ' ? "
it Norfolk ior Baiuu'crc, i Lii uici,'Ja, a*j ' ?
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cure t" Norfo'k :ir.' I return -
Fare to '
F?rB to pliUd'hit'hli "
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Ticket" for 1 da on Keir-e^s ' ' -vt ' >?
Ticket AtretU'V, a?'d ''h^- i ??
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3Ldu fltxoeu.
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. MJYIONS1I AMSOfPCOMPAN'y.^^
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AGAKA, AI.UK.M VI?r.K J! \Ti .
New l'ork for Nortel! . '.i: rVl. ! '
every 1 CK^DAV, , I .J io'i
at 2 o'clock P. >I.
l,<vtv<? l.ldiHK'iv! r-vf-7 TLT. DAY, .'t.r >,
an-IaUMJAY ar isly'i M<fc.
TliCi'C cbl)>3 arc tutm-iy r.' *. T. -y hi-,
saloon^ ?tai?>roou^, ?
The larv, accoui:uc*id:lors. L.i j at ? t . .
5uri'ao.-rij.
Freights for polata bcyornl ?" V i
Vlth .! !> y :!l. ri'l'i no CUP.rSTC !G3 C fi . : i'. . ..
(.xiKiiso Ihcuri fl.
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sonf!)?'rn ana hn )???>> ??..-. n t.
Fr? Ighf ivci-lv '! until ?' I'. u '? i' '
Oil :'!ni after 2?l Vr.' ,1. ?. ? . ' - ' ? I
ll'jy ^til l&tvu Nvrl'.i k u 4 t,\. c.. i'. . ... ri
iii?' wintv*
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X MONO, A?D XOfcFOLH e' - ?
hJlIiM.IXi-.-bOK i'HILU LLi'iU.r . .
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tin" will ,'pjire I'hilri li'Irh'.i ?:rcr~ v ? t* ' -
bA l l -!l/A t t iiu j 1.1 ill:. i' ? O- Lf7 -'*? ?i
uti'J 'lilUKSt 'A V at i- oVjtc:i ;>(.
fj-dxtit taKf-ri for a!! ..atu, .r :'cv J.-. r ?? .
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Also. IbrADt worn ami LI vtry<y<j;
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mi ?1 So. 11 Xorflt 'Vh.if.< ?. 1 L.:.. .. i Li.
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To filvmwl, glasgow, louilou l r:y. < r
v'k'cr.sl'iv.ti ??**
toloildoll >
to i'aru
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to ureuicu, oofhciii.iir/, i t.? - i..
n. b.?-t a'.'lii mt?v< an i , ; j-.
aide in fiurtiu'v.
stseuaor-p.vy/.nt p. tv ? ? rt
ghif^o'v, lj'.'titi/wi. u_i,
Londonderry, to
humliiiiy. llwviv, ant*v?.r{ ?
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glum, mi'l the.tu i ss.*'-?
ptttetsukcrslookedfrorn palcriao, 0?
mr; :<ina.an<iTrl .
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Boots and s5o?s;-5i>:7.;?.4
livu'ia ?nd tsllui.b iv-r !;.i!i<v
men, b U.i set. ;u; J culii:*.:,. l. . . ' v\
and at privt-d to suit evcrv ?. ic. ivd ? y ? ?
wlt?'g.^.n^s f"1' men ami (k*. >. c:'v*;in r'.' vj"
uuoad.i???'ixom\ .r . ?
tho tiling f.r comfort; i m..-. J .. ?-u
&c- c.rou _ w. V. ?' i a > l*
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riammun-sk.xsi: gaiter, : k
V/ GENTLEMEN :,??;? : . : ? '
t?>ius uad tlut hoila. i*irsc-?iu*:i'y
lew 14'ic" ?
m.vncrs n.utnr* nr.orir
cmrijtff t'fl'r. kll't f>!"0 : t: '
uo 10 and No. i;<kl ?r.?
LADIES walking >uuu. .1\%
made ??f French Calfokln, IV. ?
tVvoc'u j\m. it' vn k t??. .c..
uud lh.l\ of :lv very test (ju.iiiy, a . ...<
low prlcr"?.
MARCUS IlA.riils? .-i hi'01?
(mtbrrllttiittu ! Hro ?
no 10 .v..'.1: j'j;
mechanics AM) laij?;uv
jc ..Mi .mi n wc li.i\? ? .i i m r ? . J
of nrlmv, wk'eiblc IJOiiTS tll'.'i - .'<?
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juki uj> ll vlii; la s uk<' HI '
toruci i-u'.u.u; i i;r i' . ? .
no 10 at: 1 iliul
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illasci' ".-.A i "s - i
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hoolfc,itii.l ul! <?!!; <?> li .?
ix^it andtfhuoliuiuc ti..' jiilcc?.
cufl'.OJIl'vvwl'k V rtvlt co >> -
tit. juiln h. liuij lit n a. ?
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jv.vut-.mln: b. kn?ttkim '1 ..
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itlohard mckuuny. 1 '
tv
l?liorf.ssiox vi. clkoj?;
illiam 1?. buinvell.
a 1 ivu'n i. y A'i LA .V,
kicximo.sd.
will itji'kw in ill tt.v court*. mi1..' ?nd t ?
l?-ld lu lac vt: 1 > ul liU'lhjlosid at.d lii '?:.<? i'vll. .
i'm* h-timi, c'h.?tvrll?-m. and ll?.-nrl ? >.
be will itlraspitlil titi'Dllon lv ibrpri
ol il'tti t'le i uitcd bta'.cj lu li-.' vv.i.:.
cl^liu.-! at \\'a.-jili'^toa.
ol'flck: no. i uo.;-lii*s uvl lkt-k
:iu> ' 7- 5
d_k. MARION liowakp ol!vi' ijs ?
ml svtviws to ihe vi l'cn jy. j:; i-- ' ? ?
ou ulc l<lllu\vu](i tcl lui :
kur vWi uutlog the Uay $ , v
r?>r vtsli dui lux me nl^tit. - v '?
i'\traol lux u-cui, each > '
yacoliuiilon ... ??
And othor cxiiukoo in like pro^cicltfii. utslv*. >^
04, broad huu tvutli *ut?w. u* T-Im'

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