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Mail Agent. --Mr. Thompson Tyler, of this city, has just been appointed Mail Agent on the route to Norfolk, by the Richmond and York River Railroad, and will enter actively upon the duties at once. Mr. T. is well known for his business habits in all sections of the State, and will make a popular agent.
Attempted Robbery. --A white man attempted to enter one of the windows of Thompson Tyler's residence, on Shockoe Hill, at an early hour Wednesday morning, but was seen by a young lady and a servant, who gave the alarm, and the rogue decamped.
in a leaky barn. We were off next morning early; passed Callahan's by breakfast time, and were at the Springs by noon. The rain continued and still continues. Our boys are in good condition, and the same may be said of the whole brigade. General Wise works night and day, and is indomitable in his efforts for increasing the efficiency of his troops. Look out for a decided movement on the Hessians of this part of Virginia soon. Everything betokens it. At the magnificent Hotel at this place, whilst asking for paper to invite a line, I was surprised to have it handed me by that capital caterer, Thompson Tyler, who is well known in Richmond; and I was glad to see that he had recovered from the wound received some time ago. When a ball perforates a man's cap about two inches apart in two places and cuts the skin of his cranium, it may be called a close business. The nights here are pleasant. Gen. Floyd is said not to be far off. His command are finely equipped. Vauxhall.
Servants for hire. --For hire for the balance of the year, one good cook and two good washers and ironers. Apply at the Columbian Hotel to Thompson Tyler. no 21--6t*
Servants for hire. --For hire for the balance of the year, one good cook and two good washers and ironers. Apply at the Columbian Hotel to. Thompson Tyler no 21--6t*
Servants for hire. --For hire for the balance of the year, one good cook and two good washers and ironers. Apply at the Columbian Hotel to Thompson Tyler no 21--6t*
; but still, in view of the immense undertaking, too much preparation cannot be made; and it is earnestly hoped that persons living in the country will hurry forward their contributions of poultry, fresh meats, etc. Those having such articles on hand, who are not able to give them away, are solicited to send all the fowls they have to sell to Mr. John J. Wilson, the treasurer, at his commission house, on Twelfth street, beyond Cary, before offering them for sale anywhere else. Parties living in the city will hand in their contributions as early as possible, as only two more days remain to complete the affair. Under the superintendence of the well-known caterer, Mr. Thompson Tyler, the baking capacity of the Ballard House is kept in active operation both day and night; and if the public are prompt and liberal in their responses to the appeal of the committees, no doubt is entertained that everything will be ready in time to supply sumptuously the whole Army of Northern Virginia.