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FRIDAY JULY 2. 18<5.
A (?nssMtlen,
Messrs. Editor * Dispatch : It ban become
customary in tnwe roodermind clvtlta"d days
with your reporter# wr^ing from various wa
tering-places, wbereao many ofourgood peo
ple repair tor recreation during the warm
season, to ?lve mo*t glowing and lengthy ao
counts of r acb summer resort, its peculiar
advantage* and attraction?, the arrivals, and
Tarlety of enlivening entertainments, etc.
For all this your reporters are indebted
greatly to those who are denied the pleasures
that wealth <nn aflford. But tb*re ts one eus?
torn that meets with just and universal dis
approval?yen, condemnation? from those
iu whose custody is entrusted tbe sanc
tity of all that is good and pure. 1
mean tbe cu?t>m of bringing out in full
disptay tbe names of our **fjir women"?
our mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, and
last but not leant, our sweetheart*. Is this
not rushing into tbe sacred chamber of wo
man's mod^ty, exposing her to tbe vulgar
g3zc and jlipvant gossip of the thoughtless
and uninterested mass? Your reporters are
actuated, no doubt, by a pure motive -that
of giving tbe papers with which they are
connected a more extensive circulation? tbat
it is a way to popularity and reputation. Let
we remind tbem that
** An habitation giddy and unseen
Bath tie wbo tulideth on tbe vulgar heart/'1
After these brief sentences, can I not sug
gest, without being termed an old fogy* &c.,
that the managers of our city papers, to
whom we are so greatly indebted, und in
whose custody is often our only sure de
fence. do assemble together and agree to
suppress tbe full names of ladies who may be
visiting these summer resorts; or, at least,
that their initials only shall be given.
Wishing that tbis suggestion may meet
with some support at your bands,
1 am, yours truly,
June 30. 1875. D. H.
" J.H." writes on both sidfs of tbe paper.
We didn't try to read his article.? Dispatch.
We have just found out wby we never
were able to read tbe Dispatch ; it is printed
on botb sides. How do you like that, nun
cle?- Appeal;
Very much. It shows that you cut as you
read, and cut out so much on one side that
you can't read tother.
One day last week a little boy who had
been standing for some time in front of a
drug store in Baltimore enviously eyeing a
large reel, will provided with "s?mmy dim
ruy " twine, as tbe boys call it, wbicb was
fastened to tbe fop of the counter, summed
up courage euough to walk in and ssk for a
few yards with wbicb to fly his ki'e. The
doctor bears tbe reputation of being a good
natured man, full of humor, and very fond
of little ones, but tbe youngster upproacbcd
him at a time when he was out of his usual
mood, and be consequently gave " No " for
au answer. Tbe urcbm made up bis mind
to have some of " tbat cord * anyhow, and
he got It.
On Thursday morning tbe hoy entered the
store accompanied by another boy and dog.
Boy No. 2, having placed a bottle upon tbe
counter, demurely a*ked for tive cents' worth
of '* sirup squill* and pollygolic," and while
the doctor was filling the order boy No. 1 was
t> ing the end of the cord to tbe dog's tail.
TV ben tbe man of medicine returned to the
counter tbe reel was flying like furj. Tbe
doctor quietly reached for a pallet-knife, and,
lmviug bung himself over thecounter, made a
desperate whack at tbe cranium of the young,
ster, who he supposed was sitting on the
11 >or helping himself. But lo I tbe boys and
the dog Bouncer were not there. The doc
tor, having tried in vain to stop his red, was
obliged to give it up on account of the heat
it communicated to the palm of his hand.
When he reached the door he beheld the
boys two blocks off, and Bouncer in the
middle of the street going at tbe rate of
forty knots an hour, the string pointing di
rectly toward his tail. Tbe rcei continued
to spiu for some time afterward, until it
stopped of its own accord.
Black Freedom.? [Vlcksburg Herald]?
A noithrrn female puiianthropist, speaking
to a Vick?burg negro tbe other day, in
quired :
" I-tft't it pleasant to be your own mas
ter?"
" 1 reckon it is," he replied.
'?And bow do the colored people generally
feel about it?" she continued.
** Well, I don't 'zictly know, but I guess
Jiios' on 'cm feels putty hungry," was tbe
answer.
Tbe greatest obstacle to being heroic is the
doubt whether one may n-i be going to prove
one's self a fool. The truest heroism is to re
sist the doubt, and tbe profoundest wij>doip
to know wheu it ought to be resisted and
when to be obeyed. ? llavclhorne.
How's this? General Sherman, in his Me
moirs, doesu't devote a single line to any
one of tbe thirteen " coloueh " who edit tbe
Philadelphia newspapers.? Norristown Jour ?
rial.
Everything that tends to emancipate us
from external restraint without adding to
our owu power of selt-governmeut is mis
chievous.? Guethe.
When all is summed up, a man never speaks
of himself without loss ; his accusations of
himself are always believed? his praises
never. ? Montaigne.
WHITW, WHOBi, ?fec.
QENTLEMEN'S
f?
STRAP,
CONGRFSS, and
BUCKLE SHOES ;
LADIES', MISSES', AND BOYS' SHOES ;
on baud and uiade to order at low prices, and war
ranted. J. M. STEVENS,
Jc 30 No. 6 Governor street.
TOADIES', MISSES', AND CUIL-*
i DKKVS NEWPORT TIt-S; Ladles',?^,
Misses', and Children's Kid, Fox, Calf, Peb-?^.
ble Goat, ami Kussla Leather Button and Laced
Boots; Gentlemen's fine Boots and : shoes? alt
styles; GeoUemen's (-air Piince Alberts only <s5.
Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Ac., cheap at
* \V. P. W. TAYLOR'S,
je 17 .Fourth and Broad streets.
A FULL STOCK OF LADIES'
SARATOGA TRUNKS. Si>LE.???5?SS
LKATHhR TrfUNKS, VAUSbS, SVICHELS.
Straps, Over-Gutter*, Jtc. K. C. Burt's liue Bnttou
Boots for ladies, n>l?sea, and childten; Geatlemen's
Ct e haud-maiie Coat aud Ca'f 1 les uud i'rluco At
tvrts ; Ladies', Misses', and Children's .Newport
Yl^s, Slippers, aud Buskins, at J. A. GKIUG'S.
Ui> 28 Tenth and Malu streets.
JpRESH STOCK.
B. P. TINSLEY4 CO.,
No. 431 BHOAD STKEt'T,
have now open a fresh assortment of LADIES'
GENTLEMEN'S, oad CHILDREN'S BOOTS,
SHOES, and GAITERS of tbe latest aud most fash
ionable stvle*. A select stock ef
TAL'NKS. LADIES' SATCHELS. &C.
TRICE aud QUALITY GUARANTEED.
? my 1 9
PON'T FAY $5 FOB A CiAl- J&mA
TER wben you can buy a city-tuade*^^?3^?
one for Don't pay W for a snoe wheu you can
buy one tor 13. Tnis is true; If you don't bet' :ve
it, ko to tb<- factory, 216 Broad street U-tween **>
oud aud Third. Notion* but city-made good? .old.
Every pair warranted. BOOTS FOOTED T' OR
DER FOR ONLY $6. Ht>.
QUESTION : Where can I buy
good SHOES for tny.*9lf or chil
dren at low inures, but made ef eood inak-riat '<
Answer; At die factory No. 215 Broad "treet,
between Second and Third, where nothing but city
madeKoods are sold.
BOOTS footed to order for only #6. se 1 9
A FULL LINE OF FRENCH, ENG.
llih, aud Auceriran perfumery, toilet articles,
so*ps, cointa, hair and tooth-brushes, Also, a choice
lot of imported aud domestic clears, for sale by
G. F. NORTON, Druggist, *
corner Fourteenth aud Franklin streets,
Je
opposite Exchange Hotel and Ballard House.
QANNJBD TOMATOES.
Having a large lot of CANNED TOMATTOSS
(2-pound cans), and desiring to close out for new
crop, t will sell during tbe xaontft 500 dozen cans
at toe low price of $1.30 per doaeu. Guaranteed
CM J A.
By Perklrar A Bates,
Ileal Estate Agent# and Auctioneers,
Tenth and Bank streets.
VTICK LITTLE FARM FOR SALE AT
il AUCTION, IOGaTHKR WITH>TOCK.TM
PLRMkNTS, UOUUBHULO AND KIT< HRX
rUR^lTUBf, AC,. KKAB TrtK Iff AD OF
BKWK VUXNP1KE, OIIVS MILES NORTH
OF aiCHA10ND.-At the request of the attorney.
nfMr?. C. K Robinson, who has left Virginia for
England, not to rvturu. we win sell at public auc
tion, o??tl>f prem!*#*, on FRIDAY the 2d day of
-lulv, 1875, at 4 o'clock P. M-, that nice little Im
proved FaRM of 116 ACS^B-ooehaudred acres
of wh eft la wtl enclowrf witH a good fence, and Is
excel ent pasturaice. The Improve wen's cwoalst of
a dwelling wl?h ft?or rooms and doaeta. ?pd other
n^cw<ary bolldtncs? ail recently put in go et! re
pair; fine yotmir<>rcb?rd ; garden well enclosed ; tm
praach fr mn tbe city easy. ,
The?tock consists ot
8 excellent MILCH COW8ffe?b to the pall,
2 flr<xK3iIOR-K8,
3 nice SB OAT*.' '
Of tlie HOUSEHOLD AND KITCUEV FUR
NiTHflB AWDIttPLEMfNT* the stock Is small
hut of good quality. PfBKI^S & fATJ?g.
teal > elate, Agents and Auctioneers,
_Je 24?Tb.Sa,Tu,ThAF Ter-th and bank creels.
I
By Chaffln, Staple# & Co.,
Bcal 1 state Agents and Auctioneers,
JNo. 11 Tenth street.
/CONVENIENTLY-LOCATED . BRICK
V/ DWELLING AT AUCT10V.-We will Hell,
on the premises on FItl DAI the 2d July, at 6
o'clock P. M., the It RICK HOUSE and L,oT No.
214 Third stre*r, between Broad anfl Grace. "Hie
house has Mx rooms. The lot to 22 by 77 feet.
'Ihl6 property, loca'td so convenient to business
and fo near to the most fashion . ble streets In the
city, ghoold command ibe attenrl n of Dnrcbasers.
tkrkb : $1,000 cash; and tbe balance In six
months, with interest, secured bv a ti ust-deed.
CHaFFIN, STAPLES & CO*
Jyl-2t ?' Auctlonetre.
By .James M. Taylor A ton,
Bail Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
office coiner Eleventh and Bank streets.
SEVEN
HKRICH
AlUAi/, r lV&i/r/n ivacuu u\i ??*.. .'OTUMAC
RAILROAD, ABOUT SIX MILES FfcOM RICH
MOND. AND HALF A MILK FKOW HUNGARY
STATION'. IN H ? NBICO COUNTY. AT AUC
TION.? In execution of a decree of the Chancery
Court of ih" city of Richmond, lu lhe c.?6e of Glaze
brook vft. Giwzebrook ill" undersigned, special com
missioner thereby appointed, will oei| at public auc
tion. utx?n the premiss, on FRIDa Y the 2 i day '?f
July, 1875. at 12 o'clock 41., the PROPERTY as
above located.
The mine will be divided into thrf-e lots, contain
ing twenty-four acres each, all fronting on the
soudi side of th-: railroad.
Tkkms : One-ihti <J cash ; the balance on a credit
of six and twelve mouths for negotiate notes,
interest adde'J, the title to be retained until the
whole purchase-money is paid and a conveyance
ordered by the court. JOHN HOWARD,
i-pfcial Commissioner.
James M. Taylor & Sox, Auctioneers, je 25
By Robert B. Lyne,
(successor to Lyne & Brother,)
Bcal Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
No. 121 2 Main street.
N PURSUANClToF A DECREE OF
the Chancery fourtof the city of Richmond, In
the cause of Mfdwooo. guardian, agai'.sl Mean ley,
trustee, entered May 6, 1875, ana the purchaser
at a former sale having fjlicd to comply with
the terms of sole, we will sell at. auction, upon
tbe i?roml?es, on FRIDAY the 2d dav of .July,
1875 .it o'clock P. Mm TWo LOT-, front
lug 30 feet ? ach together, on Iwenty fourth street,
at the corner of R street, nuti 125 feet dtep.
In Henrico Cf/nnty. near the city of Richmond,
upon which there Is a small FKaME HO US'". with
four uo.i s. briug the same piop. rty conveyed to
John A. M^anley, trustee for Millie M. Praxton,
I?y her husband, Cary C. Braxton, by deed dated
June 17.1875.
Tkjjm.s: One-third cash; balancc at six and
twelve months with Interest.
H. G. CAN K ON,
t. M. CONNOR,
Je 20 Comrnj.'-slouers.
By W. Goddln,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
oOice corner of EUventh aud Rack streets.
rpUUyTEK,S SALE~OF A VALUABLE
1 ANDADMIRABLY WELL LOCATED FA KM
OF Ni.Ni-T-U N ACRES, IN HENRICO C ?UN
TV, AUDIT HALF A MILE K a m'1* OF KICH
MOND.?Uy virtue of ji deed of trus: executed to
Hie subscriber by J.J. Uml'iuff and wile, beuring
date 8th October, 1871, duly recorded in Henrico
Couniv Court on the 28th of October, 1871. 1 shall,
in execution thereof, ptoceil to seil at public jiuc
tion, on (lie premises, on Fit 1 1) a Y the 2't of July.
1870, at 5 o'clock P. M., (If fair: if not. on the
first l'?ir day thereafter.) that beautiful and bighly
imptovfd FARM of NINETEEN ACRE*, more or
located as above, adj' itilne the lands of James
E. Drinker, William AicKelvey, and others, uud
within a lew hundred varus east of the corporation
line.
Thitws : "\yhiisi Hie deetl requires a c-sli sale to
t lie ^ xtent of ?2, 000. w ith interest and expenses of
sale, vet 1 am authorized by the creditor to say th-it
be will accept one-third cash; balance at six and
tweive month?, bearing interest properly secured.
Je21 C. L. M.'LLEB, irustce.
By Cook & Lauphton, Auctioneers,
No. 10 Governor street.
UPECTAL SALE ~OF A FRESH AND
C7 DESIKABLK ?TOCK OF >UMM Kit CLOTH
ING AT AUCTION? On FRID aY, July 2d, at
11 o'clock, we will sell at, r.ur auctlon-roomsa laipe
and desirable Invoice of FRKbH and St:AbONA
BLE CLo i H1NG, consistlnir of
linkn. Duck, Mklton, and o'lier Suits ;
Alpaca. Linkn, and Duck Coats ;
MAttShlLLKS VKSTS,
Cotton Pants,
Alpaca nnd okass-Linkn sacks. &c?
The stock is entirely fresh, and deserves the at
tention of dealers. COOK. & LAUGHTON,
je 29 Auctioneers.
By Rol^rt B. Lyne,
(successor to Lyne & Brother,)
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
No. 1212 Main street.
/COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF TWO
\J FR/*ME TEN F Mb NTS ON CHURCH HILL'
W B -T SID 0 O F T WENT Y -S h V E N T II ST K H KT
BETWEEN 8 AND T wTRERTS, JUST OUl
SI1>E OF THE COUP' 1UATION LINE Ih
pursuance of a decree of the Circuit ottrt of Hen
rico county entered June 18, i87.r>, in cause of
Davis, trustee, vs Burch, <&c., I shall sell, upon the
premises, on Fit I DAY the 2d day of Jul v, 1875,
at 0 o'cock P. M., the altovc-oeacrlbeu property,
consisting of TWO FttAMt TENEMENiS, with
four rooms each.
'i liitv.ji : t ?ne-tliird cash: residue upon a credit of
si x and twelvemonths, six per cent, added to notes,
atid ?itle retained. F. M. C??XN Mt,
?1(1 -0 Special Commissioner.
By James M. Taylor Je Son,
Re?il Ettate Agents and Auctioneers,
office corner of Eleventh and Bank streets.
(COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALU
V AHLE KKAL > STATE IN TH?) COUNTY
?*THt RICHMOND FREDE
RICKSBURG AND POTOMAC KAILROAD,
v station, and about'
SIX MILES FROM THE CITY OF RICHMOND,
AT AUCilON.? In execution of a decree ofihe
Chancery Court of the city of Klchmmd rendered
on the 17th day of June, 1875, in the case oi
Glazebrook vs. Glazebrook, I will, as special crm
misf-loner thereby appointed, proceed to sell at pub
lie auct'on, upon the premises, ou FRIDAY ibe 2d
day of July, 1875, at 12 o'clock M., at the risk and
cost i f the former purchasers, Messrs. W. G. Wor
sliam aud James T. srution, Jr., TWO TRACTS OF
LANDdeslKuated as Lots Nos. 1, 2, and 4. and 8
and 9, in the plan of Glazebrook's farm -one desig
nated as Lots Nos. 1, 2 and 4. co tainleg 209 2-10
acies, with all the improvements thereon, being the
same formerly purchased by the si id w . o. Wor
sham, Esq. ; lhe other, designated as Lots Nos. 8
and 9. con'alulu#? 42 44 100 acres, with all the im
provement thereon, twlug the tame formerly pur
chaicd by James T. mutton, Jr.
Tkiims: One-fourth cash; the balance at six,
twelve, aud eighteen months for negotiible notes,
1 uterest added, and title retained until the whole
of the purchase- money is paid, auda conveyance is
ordered by the court. JoHN HOWARD.
? ? Special Commissioner.
J/ltiBS M. TaTlor A Son, Auctioneers. je21
??%> mil'V A3C PRIVATE SALE.
riOTT AG E R ESIDE N CE ON M ECU A N
VJ ICSVILLE TURNPIKE, ABOUT ONE MILE
FROM TH* CITY. WITH ABOUT FIGHT
ACKLS OP' LAND, FOR SALE PRIVATFLY ?
At the request, of Mr. F. Weidmeyer, we Mill i flf r
for sale his DWELLING, located asatx-ve. The
improvements eou^lst of a fraa:e cottajre, with six
rooms : stible, all the necessarv out-bulldlugs, aud a
zood orchard, 'i'be land Is iu fine order. A good lo
cation for a carcener, dalrjmsu. or butcher. Apply
to GRUBBS & WUjLIAMS.
jy 2-eod4t
E
rURNITUKK.
X niAUKDIA'ARY SALE.
fnlendirg to rrake a change in our bn.-ine?s I
in Jr.ly, we are sellltiir our entire stock of FUR
NITURE and MaTTRESSpS without r?gard
to cO^T. M'e have a large and complete stock, and
buyers will not have the opportunity again to buy
artle'es in our line at the prices we are now selling.
All parties needing our goo??s can save money by
tieeing our s.ock. You will find Bedsteads, side
uoakds, Bureaus, Exten8ion-Tahles. Ward
ROBES, 1' Alt LOR FlTKNlTrKE, WASI1STANDS,
Lounges. Tablks, Book -Cases, Chaius. i-ta
oeres, Mattkesse?, and u great variety of other
goods. Ha R W ODD & RlfTEK,
jy 1-lm Governor street.
"LHNE FUKNITURE AT AND KE-gJ
LOW COST.? Not wishing to carry mv Bk
STOCK over to The fall, I offer a large portion /W
of my stock? Hoe DR^SSlNG-CAhE SLIT8 and
other goods? at and below costr'Parties iu want of
poods in my Hne will find it to their interest to ex
amine my stock before buyiuc:.
E. GATH RIGHT,
je 1 0 1 tu 16 Governor sireet.
l^UItNirUKE!
r FURNITURE !
I otter for sale 115,000 worth of FIRST-CLASS
FUR MTU ltd. Cfld and see my Walcut-snlts, full
marble, fiom *150, *185, *125,4115, *100, $95;
without marble at *50, all w&.nm, 10 pieces: Pop
lar Suiio, full marble, from *65 io $55 ; Parlor
Suits, Haircloth or Reps, from *90 to *05 : Voplar
Salts, 1C plc-e-i. without marble, with high bed
stead, from *10 tj *28. Compare witn what I;
sold bj auetiou for more money. This is no hum
bug. I have at least *18,000 worth of FURNI
TURE ot ali deicrlptions which 1 will sell for cash,
or by weekly or monthly Instalments.
"WILLIAM DAFFBON,
Office and salesroom, 1438 Main street, fe 18
VTOTICE.-TUE STOCKHOLDERS OF
JLl THE CITIZENS BANK OF RICHMOND can
obtain certificates of stock by calling tor thtin, as
they are now ready for issue.
Jy l-8t E. B, Caibter,
By Goddln, Warren A Co?
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneer*,
No. 1100 Main ttrcet.
At the rfquestof e. j. warren,
KhJi who has sold a pnrt of bl? farm " Bel
mont," oo the Brook turnpike, flmr aud a quarter
miles from Kiehrooud. wr will tell at auclion, no
th" premise*, od THUKSDAY the 8'b day of Jul?,
1873, at 11 o'clock A. M., the PtB bHABlE
PR- >P?K l Y, i on*l?lng In pan of
4 MtTLKH, well hrcke and in good condition;
? COWS-aotre of them fresh to the pail;
1 >OU*G BULL, of (rood siocit:
Several K)?i'S and BuAKS of the Improved Es
*
The usual IMFLPMENTS and MACHINERY
used In farming:
to be sold vnthout-iea*tvo?~ -
Tubus: Sum? under toV. cash : cvrr tbat amount,
four months, with approved endorser.
- GODWIN, warken A CO.,
Jy 2 - Anctlom-era.
? By Robert B. Lyne.
, f successor to Lyne A Brother.)
Beat Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
- No. 1212 Main street.
\TICE NEW BRICK DWELLING AND
il TWO DESIRABLE LOTS. ON THE POTTTH
SIDE OF MaIV NKAR PLL'M STREfcT, FOR
SAL*? BY AUCTION? By request of the o-mer I
shall aHI, naon the premises, on SaTURuAY. July
3. 1875, al 6 o'el-ck P. M., the above property
The DWELLING Is rear the store or William
Kellv, and contains five rooms; a gcftuttot, and
water on the premises.
The VAOANT LOTS front each 30 by 189 feet
to a twenty-foot alley.
Teems : Very easy and at pale.
BOBKRT B- LYNE,
Jy 2 Austin etr.
N
By Bobert B. Lyne,
(successor to Lyne A Brother.)
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
No. 1212 Main street.
ICE AND COMFORTABLE FRAME
XI dwelling and largf, lot in hah
VIRTOWN f7B BALK AT aUCTION.? At the
request of (he owner 1
mm on MONDAY the 5th day of July. 1 875, at 0
P M , tbat P^nt ^'bE on Powhatan
si re-.u occupied ano owned by WW lUm K. Oilman ,
four rooms, fruit trees, water, ?d lot 64rl JOfeer.
TirwM** At Si tlC. KOJBEKT iS- Li
TEBM6 . Al Nile. Auctioneer.
DlSffOLFnOHH ^PA^BTTNEBSmFH.
jpO-PARTNEBSB IP NOTICE.
2nd l^FE InSORAnCK BUSINESS ln*ll Its
branches, under the Arm and style of MONTAGUE
^Rebre1 entitle companies distinguished hitherto
for promptness and liberality In the settlement of
losses, we promise the same care in the Issuance of
policies tbat sccureo to our predecessor almost eu
tire freed.ni from ""8?"?h,MOSTAGUE)
SAMUKL SINION.
pkhcy Montague.
Verv erateful for the steadfast friendship of mv
natrons for many years I ask from them a continu
ance of the same In behalf of Hi h?^ON TaGU E.
July 1. 1875. * Jy i-i*
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER
SHIP.? The firm of LYNE A BROTH -It
composed of W. H. and Robert B. Lyne, Is thla
aav dissolved by mutual consent. .
The businef-s hercafier wilt be j conducted la iall
Its seveial branches by Mr. KOBEltT K. Li Nh at
the old stund, ^o. 1212 Main street, he having this
oav nurchttW^d of Air- W . II* Lydc nil iilsjut6i6sfc
in sulci tirra, aiitl assumes all liabilities of same* Mr,
W. II. Lyne retiring from the business
W ? H.
ROBERT ri. LYNE.
TO THE PUBLIC: t
I would say, having (ou the 12th June. 1875,)
sold out my Interest In the business to my brother.
Hubert It. Lyne, as specified by him and myseli. I
take this mtili d of returning lo the public at large
ui y verv grateful thanks for the verv lloeral pa
tronage heitowed on salu firm wli'lst I was a mem
ber or same ; and I recommend to them a contli u
anceof same to my orother Robert, bellevlnji : lie
will leave nothing undone lo promote the interest
oft host who may entrust 'heir business to Ills rare.
Very rr sneetfully, &c., ? ? "? Liitt.
June 12, 1870.
TO MY FRIENDS A^D THE PUBLIC :
I shall In the future, as in the past, he ever ready
to attend promptly to any and all business eou
nr cted with Rc-AL ESf a vK wrl Ing deeds. taking
acknowledgments. &c , and can only ask for a con
tinuance of the very lniye and liberal pajronaife
bestowed upon the late firm of L>ne & Briber
during tr>e past nine year*, and pleoge myself to
clve mv whole lime and attentiou personally, with
an additional torce of assistants, to ti^e business lu
alt its branches, at the old stand, No. 1212 Main
street. ROBERT B. i YN K.
Richmond, June 12, 1875. je 23-2w
WOOD ASpjX)AL.
NTHRACITE COAL, all f-lz'3, receiv
1uk: Ik? st hPl.INT and CLOYK.ti HILL
LiMP; SOFT LUMP COKE (Belloim and r ar
bor). hole depot for macbine-prepired KINDLING
and COOKING WOOD (and long), indispensable
after trial. Coal should lie stored now. as K wih be
higher. Office, Ninth and Cary streets and Basin
bank. [jy 2] J. B. WATKlNa.
SEMI CANNRL.? SUMMER PRICES.?
The UANNEL'ION COAL COMPANY wlU
offer Kreat lutlucements lu the price of th? Ir nu
couaUed SEMl-CANN *L C?'AL ior the n onth of
July. Purchasers will find great a? vantage In se
curing their reason's supply, as the present low
piice will lie for a limit d time.
8. P. LATHttOe, Sole ^ gi nt for Rlohmord,
jy 1 Seventeenth street at dra?hrluge.
pOKE, CUKE
ANTHRACITE COAL,
SPLINT^ CLOVER HILL, and NORWOOD
OAK aud i'INE WOOD, klndUng. sawed, audloHg.
je 22 Fight h anl wain streets.
LARGE SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS
OF
COAL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
8. D. HAWEb,
je 18 Eighteenth and Cary streets.
HOAL AND WOOD.? Just recf-ivfd fresh
V/ cargo ANTHRACITE COAL lor gra'e and
stove, which I *ffer to consumers ;?nd the trade at
very low figures. A Is*. COKE. CLOVER HILL
and >PL1NT COAL for urates, stoves, and englres;
CUMBERLAND anJ QU1NN1MONT COAL lor
euKitie6: OAK and PI n E WOOD? all offered at
nanic nrlces for cash at Nineteenth and Cary streets.
je 17 CHAKLf-S H. P*GK.
COKE ! COKE !- WOOD ! WOOD !
The ANTHRACITE supply Hug nearly ex
hausted we must use COKtt and WOOD. 1 have in
my yard a large supply of COKE, OAK and PINE
WOOD; also, h very cheap ENGINE-COAL.
SAND for sale, and delivered.
P. K. CARBINGTON,
ap 26 comer of Seventeenth aud Cary streets.
A NTHRACITE COAL.
JJL WIRT ROBERTS,
dealer in FRANKLIN RED -A^H COAL 5 CUM
BERLAND and QUINTNLMONT for steam pur
poses; WEST VIRGINIA SPLINT COAL; LE
HIGH LUMP and WHITE-ASB EGG and>TOVE
COAL. Also, OAK and PLNE WOOD. Office re
moved to the corner of beventeeuth and Cary
streets. ap 12
IXSI'KAME ?OMFAXIfc&.
jyf UTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF
VIRGINIA.
INCORPORATED IX 1T94.
Office coknkk of Tenth and Bank stbebts.
INSURES BUILDINGS BY PERPETUAL OB
ANNUAL POLICY.
^10,000,000 PROPERTY PLEDGED TO PAS
LOSSES.
LOSSES EQUITABLY AJXIUSTID AND
PROMPTLY PAID. e
HERBERT A. CLAIBORNE,
Princlual A cent.
JOHN B.T) AN FORTH,
Secretary.
HENRY D. DAN FORTH,
Assistant Secretary.
John Blair, Collector. no 14
DN. WALKER & CO., GENERAL IN
? SURANCE AGENTS, 1014 Main STE2ST,
Richmond, Va., reoreseutlmr the
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE IN*
SURAN'CE COMPANY, of London and Edin
burgh .England? capital. SI tf.000,000 eold:
AMAZON INSURANCE COMPANY, of Cincin
nati. Ohio? assets over >1.000,000:
MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY. ?f New York? assets over $5OO.OO0 :
LYNCHBURG INSURANCE AND BANKING
COMPANY, of Lynchburg, Va ? esse ?j ovw
1500,000;
ATLANTIC INSURANCE COMPANY, Of
Brooklvn, N. Y.? assets overt300.<J00.
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of Brook
lyn. N. Y.? assets over #3.000, 000.
PORTSMOUTH INSURANCE COMPANY, Of
Portsmouth, Va,? assets over *50,000.
Deposited with the Treasurer of Virginia, *150,
0Q0. L06?as-equ!tab!T adjusted nnd promj* tly paid
at this agency. Applications solicited, and Imme*
(Hate attention therrto. of. 1?
HOT1CES TO TAX-PAYERS.
State Hetknue oi-fick,)
No. 13 Eleventh. stkeet, July l, 1875. j
STATE LICENSE. ?Tbe attentioa of per
sons who have notpald tlielrSTATK L1CFNSK
TAXhS ft>r this year is called lo the fact that the
grand Jury of the Husi ing* Court meets Monday
the 5th iustaut. and that 'hey are liable to heavy
lines for neglecting to pay.
WILLIAM P. RAGLAND,
iy l-2t* ,JAB?ls1aut City Treasurer.
_ PBOFESSIOXALCABPS.
QHARLE3 H. PORTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, No. 7. Shift-r's new building, corner of
Main and Tenth streets, RicUWoad, Va.
^
HERIFF'S SALE.
By Richardson * Co.,
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
1113 Main street.
A VALUABLE LOT OF LAND ON
WHARP STREET, COB**B HAGUE
*TkEET, ROCKET T^, NEA KTHKOb O hUj
OAR KVFINEKY AND 1HF. POWHATAN
STftAllBotx CUMPANY'd WHaRVK ?l*0*
iaLZ FY ACCT)OV.-OD THtSOAY the : 0J?
ftstanr.at 6 o'clock P. M , we shall ?e" *>7 """lou,
on the premises, a VaLUaBUE OJ? ^Afl?l?
located uib >t??. and fronting thtrry-fbor
the north side of Wharf street, cor uer Hame stowU
Terms : enf -third ca*h : balance in 4. 8, and it
months. neaoiiabie notes to be gvvn fcrjUt5_d?
frmd wayments, with 1 " ' "T? A^rSh * IFou
deed of ttnst. BlcH ABDsiOw * CO.,
jy J ? Auctioneers.
By BlefcardsooACoi ? u I
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
1113 Main street.
nn wo valuable building lots
A OS MO? BY KTRfcKT, OK M^CHAMCS
ViLi E TUHNPIK B, NBaR VE >A BLK
oTltEKT. "OttftALtC KY AU OTIO N - ? a MON
DA Y the 6 lb instant, at 0 o clock P: M .we BhaU
mii hv auction, on the picmlSCH TWO VaLU\
Bl>E BUiLDtNG LOTS, frontinsr 25 feet eacb on
tlie west side of Moehy street J*iwwa '
< arriDjrton streets. and jrtLunlog bacK westwardiy
about 120 ^ettoan aiieV 15 fc?t wide.
Terms : ow-thlrd cacn : balance to y nr. eignt,
and i welve months. n< gotiablc notes to b*
the deferred payments, wltn lnteieit added and sc
^ a d^JH AKO^ON A CO* Auctioneers.
By Blcbardaon & Co.. : ' ' : f
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, a
So. 1113 Main street. ??
HPRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
1 real ESTA1E IN THE (fITYOK j BfCH
NORTH OK HOLLv STREET, AND NKAB THE
CA^AL.? Hy virtue of * deed of trjw1 HferJi}
Wi'liam Canuck and Rebecca F.. his wife, t^_E. B.
Newburn, and duly record d In the clerk ? office of
the Hnstfngs Court of the city of Kl^nood,!
fnaving been substituted as trustee in and deed in
tbe place of eaid K. B. Newburn by an order of the
chancery Court of the city of Richmond) shall,
havlne been directed ro to do by the beneficiary in
sxid deed, expose for wile at public aucrion, on the
i>reml*>es. oo MUN'OaY Lb" 12'h dayof Jniy.
1875. aTs o'clock P. M^ LOTS ^os. 67 an-1 7&,
a"d ninety teet of Lot P<o. 65, In the plan of Belvl
dt re, an<? all improvements on Mid 1- few
Terms : Ca*h sufficient to pay the expenses or
sale and the sum ot $389.38: the balance iurqual
instalments at 0 and 12 ninths: the deferred in
ctaimenis io bear Interest fiom day of sale, to be
evidenced by nego:iabIe ! notes and *e<:ur^byceed
of trust. JTHOMAS G. J ACiitM /(,
jy J Substituted Trustee.
By Bronaugh & Taylor,
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
office opposite conrt-house, on Hull street,
Manchester, Va.
/-10MMISSIl>NERSrSALE OF EIGHTY
Af'RES OF LAND IN CUEVT^KFIELD
COUNTY.? By virtue of a decree of the ' Ircult
Court of Chesterfield In the suit of Cogbill's ad
minUtmtor vs. John W. Bottoms the nnnersigntd
comrai?sin?iers win sell at auction, in front of the
court-bouse of Cliesierfleld county, at 12 o'clock
M. on the 12tb day of July, 1870, aTUAUT OF
LAND near the (.lover llill rai'road, one or two
miles above Fendley'j fiatlm, adjoiuing the lands
of James Bottoms and others.
Tkkms : Cash suffideut to pay corts of suit and
exr-e.ises of sale ; the residue 1 n one, two, a?.d three
years, interest from diy of sale: title retained till
a couveyance Is ordered bv the court.
F. M* CO SNE?,
w. F. c. GREGORY,
jy J Commissioners.
8
By virtue of a dccree of the Circuit Conrt of the
city of ttlchmond made in the suit of Lanahan vs.
Brookf and otberi I will sell at the sheriirs . ffice,
No.1115 Main strt;et.on the9in DAY Otf JULY,
1875, at 11 o'clock A. M ,
One B Y MARE.
One HACK and HARNESS.
The above pr#-e ny can be seen at Brooks's sta
ble, on Fntnklin 8t?et near tlie Exchange Hotel,
umtl the day of sale. . , ,
I will also reil at. the same lime and place one
GOOD SILVER WATCH- tielonjdng tothce-ttate
of E. S. Gloor. JOHN VV. NVRIGHT.
jy i f-lierliTClty ot Kichmond.
^HERIFF'S SALE.
I will sell, on SATURDAY the 3d day of July, at
ibehorafc-lot, one
LARGE BAY HORSE,
eight yea is old, works -well in harness, to siMsfy a
certain distress-warrant in my hands in favor of
Charles Cooke.
E. B. HUMPHREYS, D. S. for
1e 29-TnAF2t C. W'-gner. W. H. C.
By\\ arreu & Tupper,
Real Eetate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 11 Tenth street.
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING L 0 T AT
AUCTION Wc will sell at public auc'Jo.n, on
th" nremtses.on 8A'1 U<DaY tlie 10th of July,
1875, at 0 u'ciock P. M., a be.iutit'ul LOT, froi tliig
30 l'eei on the western line of Twenty-seventh be
tween Kroad and Marshall sti ee's and running buck
within parallel lines 11 7 feet, adjoining the resi
dence of Dr. L. C. < rump.
Tlkms: Liberal and at sale.
WABJIEN & TUPPER,
je 29 22.^ Anciloneers.
By J. L. Appersou,
Real Estate Aeent and Auctioneer,
No. 1016 Main street.
WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION ON
SATURDAY, July 3'?, 1875, at 12 o'clc^k
M., on the east s'?le ??f Sixth li^tween Grace and
franklin streets, it McOt>liMICK MOWER AND
REAl'r R and a EOUR-HOBSK WaGON.
Tkkms : At sale. J. L. APPr HSON,
je 30 Peal Estate Auctioneer, &c
By ltlchardson & Co.,
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 1113 Main slreeL
A VALUABLE "SUBURBAN FARM
FOR SALE BY AUCTION.? At the rr^uesi
of the owner (Dr. Marl in S Taylor) wc Mull seil b.
auction, on the premlses.on THURSDAY' the 8th
of July, at 5M o'clock P. M., his beautiful and
lilghly-im proved E A R 51 . n.imeu Efgewood, two
miles north of the city of Richmond and oue mile
from lb? Agficultnr.il Fair- (i rounds, adjoining or
near tlie lards of Messrs. Thomas Branch, Ral ard,
Johnson, Bi'liuer. and otbeis, M otning on the Her
mitage ro.wi (the mo>t delightful drive around the
clr>), and the Kichmond. Fre/Cricksbnrp and P<>
lomac railr.md, who-e trains stop dally ('nornii a
atid eveiiini;) at this farm, enahliug its <?ccupiuts to
go to at.d fr"m the cl'y with great conveuience by
rail as by other means.
Thla E.VRM coiiiaiUB ONK HUNDRED AND
PORTY-TIIREE At'RES, fifty of which are in
timlier of oak and pine suitable f<>r fencing, and fuel
In winter, with an extensive ice-pond and house,
furnishing an almost exhau?tless suppK of Ice for
summer. The btlaiice of the land is finely im
proved and watered wi>h abundant streams and
sprint's, and a lupted to the culture of gram, fruit,
and vegetables, and will be sold as a whole or <J1
vlrte I Info parcels, as may seem mo&t Judicious al
the time of *a"e.
The dairy business conld be carried on at this
place with gr^ at convenience and profit. Indeed,
there is scarcely anything that cannot be produced
on this farm lor tne good of the inner man, for
home consumption, and market use, whose dally
demand will exhaust Its supply.
The dwelling is of two stories, and new. contain
ing six or seven rooms, wl h the usual out-house?
convenient aud lu good repair.
The view of the citv anu surrounding country of
rare attraction Is really very fine.
Teums of sale! One-tnlrd of Hie purchase
money iu c?sh; the residue In three equal instal
ments, payable respectively in six, twelve, and
eigliteeu months from the day of bale, negotiable
notes to tie given for lhe deferred payments, wltb
Interest added, and secured by a deed of trhst
RICHaJRDaON & CO.,
je 29 Auctioneers.
By Grubbs A. Williams,
. Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Eleventh fctreet between Main aud Bank.
POMMISSIONER^FSALE OP LANDS
V IN- GOOCHLAND AJSD POWJlATA N
COUNTIES* AND OF A STORE-HOl.SE IN THE
TOWN OF JEFFERSON. IN POWHATAN
COUNTY. AT AUCTION? In part execution
of an order of the United starts District Court
for the Pastern I. i-trict of Virginia, entered May
31st, 1 875, In the case of Uuuiivare. assignee, vs
. Wallace et als., as special commissioner thereby
? appointed I will sell at aucrion, at the office of the
auctioneers (No. 4 * leveuth street/, in the citv of
Richmond, on iiONuAYi Julv'Oth, at 12o'ciock
M , the following property? to wit : , ^ ? ?
1st A FARM !n Goochland county about five
. mile.s from the cnal and about twelv- miles from
; Goochland Courthouse. contalniLg 319 ACRES,
and beiitir the sam*1 land formerly owned by J. D.
Jatnes. Thle farm lias on It the usHal cut-but idlogs.
2d. An undlvl;ed ONK-HALF INTEREST in
Fl FT Y AC'R ." S near to the above.
3d An undivided ONE-EIGHTH INTEREST
in FORTY-SIX ACRES in the same locality. .
4th. A LOT of ONE ACRh. iu the town of Jef
ferson, Powhafau county, on which is a DWELL
ING and a STOKE- and WaRE-HOUSE, formerly
owned by George W. Ba as.
5th. A TRaCT OF LAND in Powhatan county,
co-:tainin{r SIXTY -TWO ANDA HALK ACRt?.
ndjoiuing the tanas of Robert Thrift, William M.
McG ruder, and others, tormerly owned, by T. T.
Farrifl. ?
Tkhms: One fourth cash: balance at
aud twelve months for negotiable notes with inter
est added, aud title reiatneu nntll all the i urchase
nioney be r-aid and a couveyance *h*tt l?e oirected
by the court. A. L. BOULWARE*.
Special Commissioner.
G b cbbs & Williams., AucUoneers. Je 2 6
POSTPONEMENT.
The shore sale Is -postponed to TUESDAY the
0th of Jnly at 18 o'clock M..
A. L. BOULWARE.
jy 2 . , _ ? Sptclal Commla^loncr.
By J. L. Appersou,
F.eal Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
No. 1U10 ilalnstrfcCL
TRUSTEE'S SALE~OF THE VALUA
i BLE BUSINP.SS STAND (BE ICR STORE)
NO. 1013 EAST FRaNBLIN STRLEI AT AUC
TION.? By virtue of a deed of trust executed by A.
Barratta and wife to the ?ntwcriber, flated 14th of
Jauc. 1871,' recorder in uiebmond > Chunc^rv
Courtcleik-'s office lu De^O-cOok 94 B, page 207,
being thereto retired by thejb^uf Denary theruiu, I
enali sell ata notion, npon" the :preml^ea. on TUcSj
D\Y. July 6. 1875, at 5 o'clock P. AL (If fair ;if
not. tlie next lair o* y thereafur),ribe aiio*e-de
scrlbed property near the southwest <Virner of
Franklin ani west teveuteen'h streets. occutJed by
M. a. C larke, E-sj., baktr- The. lot baa a front of
21 feetanda depth of 110 feet.
TUE LOCATION MAKES THIS A D /SIR ABLE 1K
VESTMKNT.
TEKMb : Cash as toftl^20, int?\rest thereon, and
exrenses of sale: add upon suci, credit (expected to
be liberal) as to l be b?lance of the porcbaM* money
a? will be announced at the *iOa.
JAUEj LY ON8,
je 23 Trublee,
Art ? !
By W. Goddin,
Heal Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
offlee coiner of Eleventh wd B?nk stfWto*
mROSTEE'9 SALE OF A VEET VaL
AW I? ^ ,
flpawd
-?_ire^v *p u if f?lf ? if not 01 tiw ors% liir ui;
O'CiOC* r . Mh u J?ir? r ifjw? fim loritfd a*
8EE"???&?>4 wjVJ??'S5?S)I,(5i3
vs^ixsjs j
T?n*V- Vnnuah in cash to defray the expenses
of sale and to pay <ff ? noie for ?895.54; and to
the rerfdu". o? sacQ terms as sin 1 ue annotmcert at
the time of safe, ^ch^ll^oj ?
Dlj^ j . . Trustee.
By Solicit B. Lyne,
(successor* to Lyne A Brother.)
BeaJ Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
1212 Main street. ? <:
TARGE FRAMi"STOBE. WITH
L dwelling over SaMK, N?.12a5
sh-VKNTRRNTB 4TKKET, NEARLY OPPU
S1TE ?HK CfflWAPEAILE AND OHIO RATL
ROAD !"ROPS. WITH,, AN <^H ?
jTkEET^HIBTT FE?T '
DRAY, .MULE, HaRNFSS. *o/??* SALE *T
aTtC1 ION^-Bt Tvonest of John OotnxnlBOTl 6MJ1
sel". upon the premises, on TUlC&D*Y tile 6th day
of July, at 6 o'clock P. M.. that well
CfRY-S>TAt*n so long own?d and cccupleaby
John Cummins, being
retail stores In that pait of the c-t^ Th*prd is
nart-d with rock, and 'be boose is In frood order.
?I KKM8 will be v-ry liberal and announced at sale.
Hpecbl LT[re .
te 30 1 '* Ao tlooeer.
By Lancaster A Lucke,
Stock and Real Fstate Brokers,
State Bank building.
At the rfquest of the owner,
we wl'l sell at auction, on T U J ^ /j&
jit fiU o clock P? * ?? tbc TW O-STOKY tfKlvA
HoU*E with FRAM-; addition, No. 60S [north
Klghth street, containing seven rooms;
Kitrhen, servants rooms, bathroom, Ac. The lot
'' ?kbm8 : One- fourth cash: balance three, six. and
nine ">onihs. LANCASTER A LUCilE.
Je 30 _____
By Grubbs Jt Williams,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Eleventh 6treet between Main and Batik.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF BUILDING
LOT*) IN THK PLAN OK "MaGNOLTA."
ON LEIGH AND M?K)HE STBfcK AT AUC
TION.? In part execution of the provisions of the
will of the .ate Nathaniel ^.Kowen
public auction. upon the premises on SATURDAY
the 3d day of July, 1875, at 5-S ft ?
ELKVFN BhAUrl- UL BUILDING LOTsIn the
nlan of " Magtolla," slruated on the north side of
Leigh sireet between the residence recently occu
ftStfficStewWSS RS S^WS
t02ho! SWpRKTief AND FLEVATED LOT*
on the s^uth side of Moore street between Kltmey.
and Bowe streets, of the same dimen-.ions as those
on Leigh street. ...
These lot" are Iocat -d in a desirable and improving
I portion of the city, and should attract rho e who
wi'h to buv with a view or bulging themselves
homes, as they are now Inning from first hands,
a no th-refore at much lover prices than ihe
same lots can be bought hereafter. . . .
1'EhMS: One-fourth c <sh : bilanceat four, eight,
and twelve months lor negotiable notes with Inte
rest aaded, and secured by a deed of trust. _ _
\\ , HUW
Executor of N. F. Kowe, deceased.
GitCDBS A ^ ILL I .VMS, Auctioneers. Je 29
By Grubbs A Williams,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
Eleventh street between Main and Bank.
A neat two-story FRAME DWEL
LING WITH FIVE KOOMS, ON CHINA
-UKMlT, BELVIOEHE HILL. FOR SVLiC AT
AUCTION \W will "ell at auction, oo the prem
ises, an SATUKDAY the 3d of July, at Bfco'ciock.
P. M? the DWRLLlN ?? referred to, being No. 614
on China street, between Pine and Beivliere
street*. It contains five rooms, in eood order, with
??ut-hous' s. '1 he LOT fronts 29 f?et on China
street and runs back 120 l'cet to an alley thirteen
feTERM?: At sale. GRUBBS A WILLIAMS.
je 30 Auctioneers.
By Bronauxh & Taylor.
Pe:il Estate Atrents and Auct lookers,
Otllce opposite the court-house, Manchester, v^a.
A UCTION SALeITf ONE OF THE
A MOST DESIRABLE RF.8IIIENCHSINTHE
CITY OF MANOtttSTKB, SITIIATh.I) UN* Dv
CATUR STREET BETWr^N EIGHTH AND
NINTH ST HI- ET", T OGM'HEK WITH
ELEVEN BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS ON
EIGHTH. NINTH, AMD DK ;aTU? .STKEET
i Bv reouest of owner we will sell, on the premises,
on fcATURUAY, July 3d. 1875, at 5>i o'doek P.
SL. Ihe HOUSE and L? TS above mentioned, form
erly tl?e proper tv of the late Frederick W. Redford.
The house la ui questionably one of ihe mostelUI*
( blc frame residences in IhecUv* Jtconrali?B ei^ht
or nine rooms with all necessary out-buildiujis. a
well of excellent wtter, and is h md?omeIy ^doxned
, with 11 .wers an<t shade-trees. The lot fronis 60 feet
by 150 to an uile\ 15 feet wide. Five of the vacint
lo's front on h tg'ith street 33 feet by 132; two on
Dccatur street, aiij.?lnlng ite r- sidenee. 33 feet by
150 f? t; four on Ninth street. front iiiK 31 feet
ctch by 132. All of this propel ty is very deslra
ble, and any one wishing to huv a re 1 deuce, or a lot
for a ie3ldence,Ciiuuotdo better than to attend this
I sale.
Teiims: Exceedingly reasonable.
BRONaUUH & TAYLOR,
28 Auctioneers.
By J. L. Appersou,
Real Estate Auctioneer and Agent,
1010 Main street.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF THE
VERY VALUABLE PROPERTY KNOWN
AS THK. MONUMENT HoTEu.-By virtue < f a
('ccret: of the rhaneen' Court of the < lry of Rich
niOiid entered on the 20tn of February, 1875. and
by consent of the partle.** in interest, we shall, as
*peeial couimlssioners thereby appointed, sell on
the premises, at auction, on MONi>* Y .19th July.
1875. at 5 o'clock P. M., f If fair; If not, the next
fair dav there tfter.) the. well-known and truly v;.lu
able MONUMfcNT U(/TEL PIt??PKRTY,at the
northwest earner of Grace ard Ninth streets, troi t
Intr on the former 88 3 12 feet, on the latter
163 4 12 ftet, with a dep'h on tlie north llueol
130 feet, and a width on the rear llneof73 2-12
rectforthat dep'h The hotel is partly three anrt
partly four siories aN.vetbe basements, and con
tains sixty rooms (the wooden teneroeit adjololi a
contains s**vcd rooms) ; ftltclfn. li<U"dry, servants
apartments, stables, carriage- house, Ac.
fclluated in the geographical cenfre of the city. In
front of ? aoitoi stree: and the handsome Capit'.l
Square, with an elevation insuring healthful air and
due views of the surroundiug country, it i-? justly
considered as the most desirable pouiuon within its
limits for a much- needed flr.e hotel.
Terms : One-fifth cash : baiance in equal inslal
men's of six. twelve, eighteen, twenty-four, thirty,
thirty-six, forty- two. forty-eight, hfty-four, and
sixty months, with Interest payable half-yearly on
all the deferred payments, f<>r negotiable notes for
each septrate Instalment of principal and cf inte
re-t, and the title retained uutll the whole purchase
money Is paid and a conveyance directeo bv the
court. WILLIAM GREEN,
A. L. BOULWARK,
je 24 ? Special Commissioners.
By I>. K. Welslger A Co.,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
No. 919 Hull street. Manchester, Va.
COMMISSIONER'S SAI-E.? FIFTY
BEAUTIFUL ani? attractive build
ING LOT*, THK UNSOLD REMAIM>KR OF
?4 WINTRR?IFLD." IN "MIDLOTHIAN."
TWELVE MI L f S FROM RL HMOND, IN
CHrHTlfRFlKLD COUNTY, FOR feALE BY
AU' TloN.? Bv virtue of two decrees of Cheater
field Circuit Court, eirered in May, 1873. and
June. 1875, In suit styled u Elam trustee, Ac., v h.
Walker an?J nisr.,1' 1 shall s*ll. on the premiss, at
public auctl"u, on MONO a Y the 5<h ?Jay of July.
1875, at the hours of 10 A. M. ar.d 4 o'clock I\
M., ine balance of " WlnierflWd"-tjelng FiFlY
BEAUTIFUL LOTS, of two acres or thereabouts,
lying between tbe property of Colonel W. B.
Woohlridge, Ur. Phil. Harcock, J. T. Jones, Jewctt
A Bro her, and the Danville railroad.
The mineral rights will be reserved expressly In
all the sales and deed* of conveyance.
The railroad facilities are very advantageous to
merchants and others.
Midlothian i.-? a thriving place, and this In a fa
vorable opportunity for parties to obtain cheap
homes in that prosperous and excellent neighbor
hood. ?' ???-'
A map of the property, recorded in Chesterfield
County Court, can be ?en at the office of the
commissioner, Eleventh streer, Richmond, or of
the auctioneers, in Manchester.
Tehms : One- third cash ; balance at twelve, eigh
teen, and tveniy-four months ; or, one-fourth cash;
balance at four, eight, aiud.twtlve months. Interest
added, noies to be given oytlie purchasers, and title
retained till thenurchaje-mon^y be fully paid.
*'-- ^JA11ES PLEASANTS,
fjie23 . i Cominlfslooer.
DENTISTS. _ ' :-/r'
TlENTlSTRY.-F. DAVISON.
Jl/'formerly of Hudson A Davison, 729
Main street. , . . ? ,
Office hr.urs from 9 A . JL to 5k P. II.
1 exoect to stay In my office all the summer. ?
Je.l6-tod2m? ... F. DAVISON.
JUD. B. WOOD, D. D.
has removed lo his
- , / NEW DENTAL . BOOMS,
over Blesera. Meade A Baker's drugstore.
Main* stkeet,
. V L- ? ? ?
i ? . between Ninth and Feuth. , <
L. M. COWAP.DIN. D. D. S.,'it?tstant.
fs?ffieodj
J O fiH M A H U N Y,
DENTIST
-c u flbratrly Wayt A Mahony).
Office, 625 Main street, between Sixth and 8 event! .
ioe i4mII
Sandhills, si to $3 per tuodrea, ai
A STILL GREATER REDUCTION *
IN PASSENGER FAUXB
BY TUB
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
i j'ftflU' '#K **
I WEST, NORTH WEST, ANDSGUX8WKBT.
.1 ?.'?*,'? i-.i- *??**?? 99^Tm^'' ''' **
4*i "WBST-CXAa* BATES rBOK BJCBMOKD 70 3
Pittsburgh .......ill 75|to0teti*poto.^..?6 ?|
g&?v:::::::if alfegg.^?ll if
LoffivSle. 17 t? |^Zatie*vil?e, OWo- 14 7ft
Omaha 81/75 j K*i^?CHy...... |11 75
Nashville. 25 201 MlrJDpMfl.
anrt correspondingly low r ?M . to other poln?
s^ssss.6^0.0.^^ C?'ZZ
sr^,i!3V?w^t???w'Ss:
Alexandria., avowing* Jon* and ledlons omoUwt
transfer through Washington. . J,- .,
Time fr?m Rfchmono t? BaTthBore only eeren
hours and fifteen minutes (745 bonis?.
For further Information,
tickets. 4c., apply at company's ^2?iS
street- corner Twdrtb street; at -820 Main ?*r*8ti
and office of tbe Richmond. Kr^er?c*^ar*andFo
tomac railroad, 'corner Hgh'bat>d Rvjd '
Richmond, V*.T and at the principal ticket-office?
a****" *? 8ma,,e"-j.i_WAt.DEOP? ; ?
' Southeastern Passenger AgvaU
1201 Main a wt, Richmond, Va.
L. M? COLR. General Ticket Agent: f .
?- ?? Do'6"'
mh 3 SI mater of Transportation.
: fi?PABT iJ K? Of P>Jr*.AMJKR?? _
F~OR PHILADELPH IA.-^gjgg8>
The sieamer J. W. ?VFRMAN,2S?WMS
Cantaln Plait, vrill receive freight for t he above
porttUl FRIDAY the 2d instant at 12
Freight taken for Wilmington, DeL, Providence,
and Boston, at tow rat? s. , .
Pnssage t" Philadelphia, including meals and
state^m, ft 8. W. P- PORT &R. Agent,
jy l-2t 2425 Dock street.
OR NIC W
Old Dominion Steamsblo Coinpanv'siaildM*
steamship OLD DOMINION, Captain Walxcb.
wilt sali KKiDaY, Jul* 2d. at 2 o'clock P. M.
Freight received until 1 o'clock P. M.
Through bills of lading signed anu goods fw
warded with dispatch to all points north, south
east, and west ; also, to foreign ports*
Passcijrer accommodations unsurpassGjl.
Fare to New York, $12; steerage, 16; round
trip tickets, $20.
fcrfwSto "g-pflUSS,, co..
je 30 3t f'oTnTwiv'.< Wharf. Ro^ ketts.
HILaDJ^LPHIA, KlCF-^^g X
MOND, AND NORFOLK STEAM-SgfiSlfe
SHIP LIN^-FOR PHILADELPHIA TWICE
A WEEK.? Until further notice the steamers of
this line will leave Philadelphia every TLBS*
DAY and SATURDAY, ana Richmond every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY at 12 o'clock.
Freight taken at low rates for ail parts ofNe*
Jersey, Pannsylvania, and Delaware, ,*w Provi
dence and Bostor. Also, for Liverpool and Ant
werp via Red Star anc American steamship lines,
wnduor <^^.^2teb.a???,
4 * 2425 Dock street. Richmond.
WILLIAM P- CLYD# * CO- Ji
mh 12 No. 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia
James river steamboat
company.
SUMMER S E Dlfr,]?,' w ^ w
FOR NORFOLK, PORTSMOUTH. BALTIMORE,
PHIL sDELPillA, AND NEW YOKE,
ALSO FOH
OLD POINT AND VUci DE I/EAU HOTELS
AND
REGULAR LANDINGS ON JAMFS RIVER.
Oh and after TDESDAl, Juuc Is^ .IS 'a, this
Coin nany'e ftst and elegant steamer JOHN syl
V^STj-K. (apt h In J. A. Post, carrying United
Slates Mai', will leave whsrf, Kocketis, for above
named points Tl'KaDAYS, THURSDAYS, and
SATURDAY'S at 6 A. M.
1'as.senKerd make sure connections with Hay L.ln??
at f>ort'olli lor Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New
Y?FaRETO VUE Dfe I/EAU AND
OLD POINT 2 00
?ROUND TUP J ^0
y Fare to now folk only 52 oo
F?RE TO NORFOLK AND RE
TURN 3, B0
Fare to HalOra?rc 6 00
Kare to Phllaoelphla : 9 50
Fare to New lorK 12 o0
Tickets for sale on stealers', at t?art>er & Co. s
Ticket Agency, Main stree , and Exchange Hotel,
and liaggage check* d through. Freight received
dally for Bosion, Nortolk. aud Portsmouth, and
r<gulur landiii?r8 on James river from 7 A. M. to
6 P. M at reason ible rates.
Kielghtfor way-landings must be prepaid.
L. B. TAT L AI, General Asreut.
Office: Company's whart. Rocketts; branch office
at W. D. Blair & co.'e, corner of Nlmh and Main
streita. ?
<4QANTUN INSIDE LINE."
NEW FAST FREIGHT ROUTE BETWEEN
RICHMOND AND PHILADELPHIA.
TRI- WEEKLY.
On and after OCTOBER 1st the splendid Iron
steamers or this line will leave Richmond Tt)fcS
DAYS. THUKSD*Y?, and SATURDAYS from
Powhatan Steamboat Line's pier, at corner of
Twenty-seconu and Dock str*eis, making clows con
nection each trip at Canton. Md., (hast Baltimore)
with the Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore
Railroad Company forPIiilaoelnhia.
SPECIAL ADVANTAOKS:
AM freight bv Ibis line coverod by Are and marine
Insurance free of cost. No dockage charged at
Richmond. Ra?es as lotf as any other line. I hie
is the quickest lluc between rhlladelphlaaud Rich
mond.
Fn lghts ordered by this line should be marked
"Canton Inside Line," aud sent to the Phllaoel
phla, Wilmington and Baltimore depot, Phlladel
'^Freights received dally In "Philadelphia and Rich
mond. For farther Information apply to
L. B.TATUM, Agent,
Offices Twentv-second and I ock streets
and Ninth and Main ftieets, orlo
J. s. WILnON. General Freight Agent,
Phlladolphla.Wllmlngtou aud Baltimore Railroad,
Philadelphia. la 9
LD IW^IO^AJISHIP^
FOR NEW YORK.
O
ThLs company will dispatch one or tneir spienoic
steaiaer.? OLD DOMINION'. WVANOKE. l*A AC
BELL, RICHMOND. and GEORGE W. RLDtiR?
every TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SUNDAY at
big! water.
These ships are entirely new, and were built ex
pressly for this route.
They have splendid saloons, staterooms, and bath
rooms.
The fare, accommodations, and attention are un
surpassed.
Goods shipped by this line are landed regularh
at New York on the Company's covered pier, 37
North river.
Freights for points beyond New York forwardec
with dispatch, and no charge made except actual
expenses Incurred., .
Freight received until 6 P. M. dally.
For further lniormaaon. apply to
&ECORG2 W. AtLEN 4 CO., Agents,
my 1 9 office Company's wharves. Rocxetta.
UOR SALTIMOHB.
J: TRI-WEEKLY.
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT LIN*
FOB
THROUGH FREIGHT.
NO TRANSFER BETWEEN RICHMOND ANE
BALTIMORE.
NO DOCKAGE CHARGED-.
The new aud fast iron steamers SHIRLEY and
WESToVER, of this line, leave their new pier, in
tne Doc*. loot of Twentv-?econd street, every
TUESDAY and THURSDAY MORNINUS at 4
o'clock, and SATURDAY AFTERNOON at 4
o'clock; for Baltimore, making close connections al
Locast Holnt with Baltimore and Ohio railroad for
ail p?l uts we?t and northwest; also, with Northern
i Central railxoad tor northern cities and Canada,
i Througb bills signed to Baltimore and all points
| west, aud rates guaranteed as low as by any other
line. Apply to L. B. TATUM, Ageau
Offices, Twenty-second and Dock and Ninth an<J
; Main streets. ocSl
WjLfffca, UQtOBi?, TOBA(X?, Ac.
Pckefren-cbiTrandyofsupe.
RfOR QUALITY.? A few jiackages ou hand
of our lu*t dlr< et tmportatiou from Messrs.
F. MrirLeiL1*1 Coguac. France - pale ana dark. For
sale by DAVENPORT & MORRrS.
Je 25-1 m Importers.
KQ CASES CLAKET WINE,
50 cases SAUTERNK WINK,
this day received and for sale low to the trade only
by JENKINS, CAPERS tc CO., -
Je 14 Wholesale Wineand Liquor Dealers.
OCUPPERNtfNG AND CATAWBA
0 WINE? delicious summer beverages? at
je 5 CHRISTIAN A WHITE'S.
WYSOR WHISKEY, OLD 8COfCH
Whiskey, Kentucky G whiskey. White Proof
Whiskey, MartcUFrencn Brand v. b'oalhampton Ap
ple Brandy, Cherry Brandy, Blackberry Brandy.
Ginger Brandy. Port Wine, Sherry Wim*. Holtaud
Gin. Also, every article usualtysoid in a ftrst-class
grocerv. at prie? to snit the tlmca at J. T. GATEf
W OOP's, Second aud U race streets. toy 29
PvA BAKRELS RYE WHISKEY,
VV 20 barrels' RECTIFIED WHISKEY,
APPLE BRANDY aud RUM,
1RTSH WHISKEY,
COOKING-WINKS,
FAMILY and EXTRA FLOUR,
GREEN and BLACK TEAS.
CHOICE COFIT EE.
For sale by JOHN M.TflGQMS,
deli - ' , . . 161$ Frank Un street.
DOWLING HOPE-WALK.? The Under
slgced would rcspcetfuUyanoounce that he
is-now prepared to manufacture, at his rope-walk,
N street bslwwn Twenty-ntntb and 1'hirtieth
streets. SASH-CORDS. ^INF, PACKING
YARN, etc ? and solid's the patroj?s?eof all who
mar wan: such articles. A 11 orders left at the o torn:
of F, a. <f. CiopioB, Meventh street a?ir
Main, will receive prompt attention.
JOskPH DOWLING.
Referring to the above ?dverrtsew?n?. it jdves me
pleasure to stale that when ?v father conducted
the rope- making business hi this eity Mr. J08Kl*U
Dowuxo was one of hi< beat aud moat reliable
workmeu. WI'-LLa^. L,8IM<>nH.
liiUltfOSDi Jwn? 16i 1675? NHsodSM
BAIIJge/ftft LlffCft.
Cn?gAPKAK(t AM> I '15(0 RAItROin ,
PAS'ENGaB DEPARTMENT, '(
Bichmond, VA., June 12, 1875. {
ON AND AFTER JUNK J3.lS75,pia,
W SENGEB TRAINS will run aa follows;
JTXOM RICHMOND.
Leave Richmond..* 9:80 A, M. 9:1 0 p y
a ?wt?A ?< ri/\*-/<Ar\tv1]lfi P M in.o/k ?. ??
. A- If
Arrive at Lynchburg.,,. . 4:60 P. M. 4:50 a 3'
Arrive itSUontoih,...v.. 4:1<> P. M. 3:30 A. 3'
Arrifeql.Goaben 5:56 P.M. 5:14 a m
ArmeJvMTOw^i ...7. i 6:?7P. *?. 6:36 a 2'
Arrive ?t Covington 7:51 P.M. 7:0?A.ff
Arrive ?t Allegheny...... 8r59*\M. 8:14 A ST
Arrive at White Sulphur. 9:15 P.3L 8:32 A. m'
Aftiveat Hluton..... .... 12:15 A. M. 10:35 a,*'
Arrive at Kanawha Fal?*? 4:20 A.M. l :25 p. u'
Arrive at Charietfon 6 ?5 A. M. 3:25 P. m
Arrtreat Huntington.... 8:30 />. M. 5:45 P 3"
Arrive at Cincinnati..*.#.. 6:00 A." 31.
Train ieavtutr Richmond at 9:10 A. M. mm rial*
(except Sunday;. stopping at ail n-gular *Ulkm*
Train leaving Blcbinond at 9:1 0 P. M. runs rfafir
sioppluc at all rrgo'nr s'atton* went of Alleghany. '
Aecnmmodatlo-t train leaves Richmond fnrfcorw
doosvllic and all Intermediate stations daily /?*.
cepf. Sunday; at 4:30 P.M.
I'nUman s!? ping-car run* on 9:10 P. M. train
between Richmond and White Sulphur.
For further Information, rates, 4c~> apply at 828
Main street, or at eomDanyV offlce*.
CONWAY S. HOWARD,
Genual Pi?wnjrer and Ticket axkbl
W. M. 8. DUNN.
Engineer and Superintendent 1 ranspcrtatlor
je!4
Q.REAT REDUCTION IN BATES
vta
7
CHESAPEAJUS AND OHIO RAILROAD.
LOWEST FIRST-CLASS RATES VET
OFFERED.
TICKETS GOOD CXTTL USED.
Richmond fo Cincinnati fl4 n?
Richmond to Indianaoolis 1,1 00
Ricornond to Louisville ltt oo
Richmond to St Louis 19 00
TICKETS GOOD FOB TOUR DATS.
Richmond to Cincinnati... |\o 00
Richmond to Indianapolis 11 GO
Richmond to Louisville 12 00
Richmond to bt Louis. 14 00
Tickets for sale hy A. W. Garbru, f26 Mala
street, and at the depot, corner Seventeenth and
Broad streets. CONWAY R. HOWARD,
G. P. and T. A.
WILLIAM 8. Dcxn, Engineer and Sup?rintewi.
ent of Transportation. Je9
RICHMOND AND DANVILLK RAII.HOAD COMr v,)
CKFICJ5 MAoTKK of Thanis, May 30,1875. (
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS.-TKALV So.
k5 1.? Chahlottk: EXPRX6S. Westward- Leaves
Richmond it 5:08 A. M.: leaves Kurkcvllle at
8:35 A. M.; leav?J Dundee al 1:14 P. M.; leaves
Danville at 1:17 P.M.: leaves Grfenrtwo' at 3:58
P. M.: leave? faltsbury at 6:16 P.M.; arrmt at
Charlot'e at 8:33 P. M.
TRAIN No. 2.? Nkw York and Nrw or
LKAN8 EXPRESS. Eastward- Leaves Charlotte at
5:55 A.M.: leaves >.lr-' Ine Junction at 6:20 A.
M.; leaves Salisbury at 8:34 A. M.; leaves Greens
boro1 at 10:55 P M.; leaves l>anvllle at 1:12 P.
M;; leave* Dundee at ISO r. M.: leaves Bnr*e
vllle al 6 07 P. M.; ai rives at Richmond at 8:47
P. M.
TRAIN No. 8.? Through Mail? New Voiik
FOR the 8oi"TlI? Leavff Richmond at 1:38 P. M.;
leaves Borkevltl* at 4:52 P. M.; leaves Dundee at
10:33 P. St.; leave: Danville at 10:31) P. M.;
leaves Greens'ioro' a? 2:45 A. M.; leavii" yallsburv
at 5:27 A. M.: leaves Alr-Lb>c Junction at 7:55
A. M.; arrives at Clnirlntieat 8:03 A. M.
TRAIN NO. 4.? i'HKOUOH Mail, Eastward
L eaves rharloite at 9:24 P. M.; leaves ralhbury
at 11:58 P. M.: leaves Greeusbom' at 3 A. Al.;
leaves Danville at 6:2C A. M.J leaves Duudee at
6:30 A. M. ' leaves Burkcvllle at 11:35 A. JL;
arrives a' Richmond at 2:22 P. M.
TRAIN NO. 5.? LTNCHBU&O f CCOMMOOATtOV.
Wepfwurd? Leaves Richmond at 10:20 A. SI.; ar
rive* at Purkeviiieat 1:05 P. M.; leaves Rurkt villa
at l:2ti P- M.: artivaji at Lyr>chbunrat 4:2< P. JL
TRAIN NO. 6. ? BUCIX KVILLB ^CCOSLMODAtlON.
Eastward- Leaves Bnrkt vllle at 4:43 A. M.; ar
rives at Richmond at fr:03 A. M
Train No. 2 connect* at Richmond with the
Chesapeake and < ?hlo ra'lroud.
Trains Nos. 3 and 4 connect at Greensboro' with
trains to and from Raleijch and Goldsiwro'.
All through tmins connect at Richmond and Dun
dee with trbjm on the Richmond, k* ittlerl' ksbur<
and Potomac railroad, and Wusblmrton City. Vir
ginia Midland and Great Southern railroad, to and
from Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and
New York.
Trains Nos. 8 and ?! connect at Richmond with
the Richmond, York River and Chesapeake ItalN
road trains to and from ifailtlrnore and eastern
points.
Trains Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Charlotte with
trains on Uie Atlanta and Richmond A Ir-l.lue rail
road to and from (jrecnvllle, Atlanta, Moutgoium,
Sloidle, Pensacola, New Orleans., and all southwest*
em points.
Trains Nos. 3 and 4 connect at Charlotte with
the Charlotte, Columbia and Atlanta railroad for
ColnmWa, Augusta, Savannah, Tallahassee, ami all
southern points.
Train No 4 connects at Burkevllle with the At
Iantlc, Missls'lppl and Oldo rali road, from Lynch
burg, Chuttaaooga, und all southwestern polou.
Tlciets sold to all southern and souuwtrteni
points, and nanracre checked throush.
Uu'?roken gauge from Richmond to NewOrleauj.
Pullman i>alace-cars through Irom New Orleaai
to New York. T. M . R . T A LOOTi .
Engineer and Snjie'lntcndftt.
W. T. W^est- Slaster of Trains. toy 29
RICHMOND AND f KTCItBhl.'KU I
RAILBOAD COMPANY. 5
jTIOMMENClNG JUNE 1. 1875, tniu
V on this road will run as follows :
LKA VE RICHMOND SOOTH.
5:10 A. M., THROUGH MAIL dally (except So*
day), connecting for all points Soutfc
and West. Sleepiug-car attacht'l.
7:45 A. M., FKEIGHTTRa INdally (excent Snts.
day), with coach attadR-d, tor Peterv
burg and stations on the .v>ut!i?Wl
road. Lynch iiu rg, ar.d the We^t.
1:45 P.M., THROUGH MAIL daily, connectln|
for all points South and West. Pa*
sengers taklug this train will rnikt
close connection at Peter&burx fa*
Norfotx.
5:00 P. M., FREIGHT dally (except bun?laj)i
with coach attached.
LZAVK PKTKKHBUItO NOUTH.
7^0 A. M.. FREIGHT TRAIN dally (excepl
Sumlay) with coach attached.
10:40 A. M., THROUGH MAIL daily, coniiecllni
with Richmond, Fr^dcrlcksburg ia<l
Potomac railroad for all points fcul
and West.
5:00 P. M., FciEIOHT dailv (except Sunday*
coach attached.
7:35 F. M., THROUGH M AIL daily (exceju Sni
'lay), connecting with Rlclimoad.
Frorterlcksburg aud Potomac ra!lro?4
for hI: points Jb.ant and West. Pullmai
Sleeper attached, running tnroug,i to
Baltimore. Also making cIo>-- cub
ne?tlon with theChesai??ake and On M
railroxd tor the Virginia Springs ?M
noinis North and West.
The MAIL TRAINS will not stop between PJefr
oaond and Petersburg exeep: at Chester.
Trains on the Clow Hill railroad will leave
Clover Hfl* pita "l 0u3O A. M.; and returning, will
leave Cheat* i at 2:40 P. M. dally except mi n>lay?.
ALL TRAINS leaving Petersourg wm 6uri iroa
Anpomattox depot. _
my 29 A. BMAW. Buoerlnt^Tnl^iil.
Bicumond, York Rivkr and che^apkakx
RAlLbOAD i OMPANY,
Office of the bcpkrintendicnt^
RICHMOND, VA., M*y 10, 1S<J.
^JHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
PASSENGER TRAINS leave West Point DAILY
a* 8 A. M., arriving at Richmond at 10 A. ?.?
leave Richmond at 3 P. M., arriving at West 1 olot
at 5 F. M.
Trains connect at West Point with steamers froa
Baltimore aod alt eastern points on Wi-I)>K>
DaYS, FRIDAYS, and SUNDAYS, and with
summers for Baltimore and all eastern poluts oa
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and FRIDAYS.
Fare to Baltimore ? *
Fare to Waanlngton 5
Jfarft to Philadelphia ,7^2
Kare to New York 1^
THHOUGH Fit EIGHT TRAINS leave Rlcauw^
at 5:30 A. M. on WlSDNJfJSD* Y. FRIDaY,*^
8UNDa Y, co^necthigat VV'e^t Point with#team?rS
aud delivering freight,' In R^Idl^!or?? ?*r'yuB.r
morning; returmrg. le*v? West at 2r20 1*. "" ir*
riving al Richmond at 5;2ti P. M.. and cojmec!lB<
wl m the Thronjrh Ftrl?3t 'lTalns on tne Richmond
and Danville railroad for all southern noln^.
LOCaL FRIGHT TKAI>?, wiibrpa?^a??
coach attached, leave Richmond at ; >1 1 . o?
TUKSDAYS. THURSDAYS, aiu SATURUAYSj
and leave' West Po!n for Richmond wroe dayj *l
11:08 A. M. an lvlnrat Richmond at 3:55 P. "i;
The management t^xes pleasure lu ao?^'
to the travelling pnbhc and shlpiien
steamers of this ?inr, between Baltimore and \v-?
Point, have been wflttel in tve most vmumz*
manner fur the accommodation of passengers ana
rT?ve!lers Uklng this line arrive la BaMm^e
In ample time to connect with the raa I lln?? ?J*
Philadelphia- New York., Boston, and all e*?.tra
aDdw^tern points. ^ .. ...
FrtiSnw will be given the utmost dispatch.
transfexa at Richmond of frelxhu io or from ? juld
eru poiuts, H. T. DOUG L A.vS,:.-u^rin wudcui
?r. N. BRAOG. Master ITa fltK>rtatxm. mv 'L
Kicumonik F&kd'g a. Potomac R* k. co^)
Office Gjuoibal Ticket j
' " Richmond. M?t 29, 1 87&- 1
^CHEDULB OP TRAINS.
235 P. M^ DAY MAIL km ?l*ftSrtS.1T5
, . . tlou daily, CON NKtffINu "j**
THE STEAMER K E \ FO R
Qunctlco, With trains of the B?*J:
more aud Ohio rallr'ad at their .
; Mo with the Baltimore and
. -f ; railroad for BalUtaore and the .w"
9 20 P.M.,NtGn?UMAIL leaves
- 'fcanoa (Sunday s
at Washington w?h the
- - ? . ami Fotomac and BalMm'.'T* and
rut 'roads. a*
6^5 P. VL. ACCOMMODATION T R AlN^i
Hanov ?r J u uctlon. l?veallie?Wlf,i
statloiitoun'tays excvpUk^l;. .
5 A.M., NIGHT MAIL arrives at
::.v . stattoo (Mondavs e*?o???y
1:30 P. M., DAY MAIL arnv?t>al u>rtK *ts?
8:87 A.M., ACCOMMODATION Tl^kl>'.ar^
at Hroad-otreet eiatioa f?v aday* sr
.. f ceptedi. ?
Pa^^cart oo day t^ins.
Pnlimnnatoeplng-capioovlghurtjw.
FRttlUH't TRAINS leave anrt ft*
Street suUc> cn TUESDAY,
SATURDAY NIGHTS foi aU Points N?<a
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