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that he had received two letters since he had arrived in the city stating that he would be assassinated. The fact was, that no man in the city knew that he was the man until after he had applied for the guard. The clerks in the office at the hotel swear that no letter came through the office for the "Kurnel," and that the hotel-keepers themselves knew not who he was until after he was put under guard. He also stated that he came on here to see Mr. Huger, the Postmaster, and not to see Maj. Anderson. The man was scared, and hence he lied. The servants at the hotel said his clothes were not made to order--the caterer said that he wore an old swallow-tail coat, bought at a "slop-shop," and that no one was a gentleman who did not have his clothes made to order. An elegant Government, that — bankrupt, corrupt, defunct, disgraced, and ignorant. For mercy's sake, beg all Virginians who have any respect for the Old Dominion, if not for themselves, not to take office under such men. V
Twenty dollars reward. --Ran away from our mill, in Henrico county, on the 4th instant, a Negroman named Ned, about 24 years old, of dark, gingerbread color, slender frame, about 5 feet 8 inches high, and downcast expression when spoken to. We will give the above reward of $20 if he is returned to us in this city. He is supposed to be in Charles City county. C. E. & W. E. Anderson. mh 29--1t
Twenty dollars reward. --Ran away from our mill, in Henrico county, on the 4th instant, a Negroman named Ned, about 24 years old, of dark, gingerbread color, slender frame, about 5 feet 8 inches high, and downcast expression when spoken to. We will give the above reward of $20 if he is returned to us in this city. He is supposed to be in Charles City county. C. E. & W. E. Anderson. mh 29--4t*
$20 reward. --Ran away from our mill, on the Williamsburg Stage Road, in Henrico county about six weeks age, a Negro man, named Ned. 24 years old. at out 5 ½ feet high slender frame and dark ginger-break color, and downcast expression when spoken to. We will give $10 if arrested in this county or city, and $20 if in any other county. C. E. & W. E. Anderson. de 12--4t
t, the acceptances of the Company for $5,000 per month, payable ninety days or six months after date, until the said acceptances shall amount to the sum of $60,000; Provided, that the said R. V. R. R. Company shall deposit, as security for such acceptances, their eight per cent. bonds for a like amount, and that the sum thus loaned shall be expended in laving and grading track continuously from Keysville towards Clarksville. Mr. Ruffin moved to lay the resolution on the table. Mr. Anderson opposed the motion, and advocated the adoption of the resolution. The resolution was further advocated by Messrs. Stovall, Chalmers, Wiley, Scott and Bouldin; and opposed by Mr. F. G. Ruffin, who called a scale vote on the question. Several gentlemen, favorable to the connection, were instructed to vote against all appropriations at this time, because of the unsettled condition of the country, but declared their willingness to aid the scheme at the proper time. When the vot
Prof. Anderson. --On Monday evening next we are to have "a sensation" at Mechanics' Institute Hall, in the return of this world-renowned Professor of the Mystic Art, whose performances in all quarters of the globe have created for him a name far above all others who wield the baton of magic. His entertainments are on a grand scale, and his apparatus is said to be of the most costly description.--Eight years ago Prof. Anderson gave a series of entertainments in this city, and many of our rProf. Anderson gave a series of entertainments in this city, and many of our readers remember with pleasure his remarkable feats and astonishing delusions.--Since then his fame has been cumulative, gathering and increasing as he moved from place to place, astonishing the simple and the wise by the perfection of his art. Prof. A. has exhibited in England, Australia, Egypt, India and California, with unprecedented success. His pictorial announcements represent him as having performed within the shadow of the pyramids, in an ice palace on the Russian Neva, and down at the b
Can Prof. Anderson by Copyrighted?--Editor of Richmond Dispatch: --Can a man's own name be made a matter of copyright? Can he enter it "according to act of Congress in the Clerk's Office of thers of the Dispatch can enlighten me. The cause of my application is that I am Agent here for Prof. Anderson, and find that in the country round about, some five or six unprincipled scoundrels have tako where else. He is to be at Mechanics' Hall. Richmond, next Monday. Yet I hear of pseudo Prof. Anderson's both South and West of me. Now, the schoolmen of the days of Abelaid contended that it is a property of angels to be in two places at one time. Angels may be — I don't know; but Prof. Anderson is no angel. He is the same gentleman who astonished Richmond eight years since, and who I pledwizard as I can a book, both being bound in cloth gilt-edged having many pages and dependent on printer's ink. E. P. Hingston Agent for Prof. Anderson. Powhatan Hotel, Richmond, Va., Dec. 12th.
A rare Chance for Housekeeping --A small Brick House with six rooms, for rent, and Furniture for sale very cheap, (say about $175 worth.) all ready to move into, and possession given in a few days; good neighborhood, rent the cheapest in the city and handy to business just right for a small family. For particulars, inquire of Anderson, Green & Hawes, 101 Main street. de 14--4t*
$20 reward. --Ran away from our mill, on the Williamsburg Stage Road, in Henrico county, about six weeks ago, a Negro man, named Ned, 24 years old, about 5½ feet high slender frame and dark gingerbread color, and downcast expression when spoken to. We will give $10 if arrested in this county or city, and $20 if in any other county. C. E. & W. E. Anderson. de 12--4t*
$20 reward. --Ran away from our mill, on the Williamsburg Stage Road, in Henrico county about six weeks ago, a Negro man, named Ned, 24 years old, about 5½ feet high slender frame and dark ginger-bread color, and downcast expression when spoken to. We will give $10 if arrested in this county or city, and $20 if in any other county. C. E. & W. E. Anderson. de 12--4t*
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