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I_t___«AP___ NEWS.
[Reponed (or the _Ud__M>l< ftjpMdfc.] __
TWO DAYS I-ATF.R FROM EUROPE.
The ayrisn Inierv.-ntioM Arremed-Oarl*
hni.ll Aperearhiea Naples, Ar.
Mw York, Ang. !."> —The iieamshlp Persia,
from Liverpool on the Ith inst., arrived here
las' night
The proloo. I Letween the ,<estern I owers,
Bgr.ei.i* to send H.,000 tr.x p* to K. ri *-. b *.
benn signed at Fans Fr_i aa I« to send half
the troops,all of whom are t. stay six roontns
The Neapalitaa forces are eing directed to
ward. I'alabna. _ ,
Another protocol oi the I arts «-""-,
fereiu-rt called on the Fort* to carry out his
engagements ivspeotin. the 4 aristians.
Th.' Nyt ian R_ cc will Iw ■ ider the orders of
a , nit ooaiaalsslen ol the ilrwt Powers.
The Eiifciu-h Parliaaaeal and agreed to Tote
£: in-o.iHHi tor totld.v itIOUS.
Preparatioea -ue making for agreati-arty
contest hi P_rlia__Mtl aa the paper duty reso
lutions.
1 here eve rut .lore of an interview between
(fai-deon aad the iitieen of Spain.
Ihe Uar.s Hour.c closi.i Hrm. Keutes HC
foe '.ex! . f 'l.c OOBTSntion between Oarl-
Mldi and * lava had been published. Tbe
Beaeaatioa ef Sicily by the Neapolitans is
stipulated. It isai-serted, bc*.vever, thatllari
baldi is preparing fo tran»j»ort troops to tbe
main land.
l>atf«" from Calcntta are to June Hj and from
Hong K'.t.gU' June 7. There was a great pan li
st Shanghai The rebels were approaching the
cify, and business was suspended. The Cau
loa ;«-a market was dull.
LATEST.
I'ARta, Saturday.— La I'atrie aays, the regi
n.-.!!:* - for Syria, left Dhalons to-de.y. Four
stesmei* left Toulou, yesterday, to embark '.he
Iti ops
(.teat act tattoo prevail! la€____u__, .Icddih
Biol Arabia.
Nailk-. Aug s —Theclfy tetraaqail.
Romb, .Tnl> 31.—A disturbance has taken
place at Arpecfto, caused by the populace
-.li. u'.tng tor (t.'iribalili. 1/imorciere had sent
troops to Terraclao.
111111 l HI
I.ivßKrooi . AnccstS —Cotton.— Estimated sales
of IOUOo belaa. l_el uline 4 UUO f »r specuiatn r. and
gxport. l'he maiset closed firm at last .nota
tions.
Unci istvfs.-The weather has boea ••» T __f
kta for crops. Flour quiet aid Fteady at 27-T_«s.
Vtherit atoadr—red lOj KM -tin 2d; white i__ ;
fine new Baltimore red »«. 3d. Crn huojantat
the Ant'o B«zee'a aßsaeee iiiedaad ye,low .«os.
6.1 «Mi : white Xl.. C-i c _s
P_>*t»S-SJ dell. Beef beer?, snd quotations
barely maintained. Pork quiet and ateedr. Lard
firm ai.f q-nrt. risi-.n stead. -.u_,ar nuiet anu
tirin. > owe _u:et Rice ste_dv.
,\aval >to,".- Ro tin stead? it 4s. 21..T15. ._!.—
Tii'per-tine stea.lv at ."»'s _l _T..W.
American securities iiriu and generally un
changed
.Mic . mirket slightly more tt: mgent, witii an
in-ieased ifHinani!
r iir hellioa in the Hang of England has decreased
illi. (AC
STILL LATER FROM EUKOPE.
ARRIVAL. OF THE PA KAN A
Garibaldi's 1 ruo|>-. on the Mainland.
St. .lohks. Aug. 15.—The steamship Para*
aa, froeaQatara. , with Liveri>.-ol advices to
tin* T'.h laet , arrived :his meruit.g.
Garlba'dr. forces are reported to have laud
ed at Calabria.
Tbe English mini, try had carried the paper
duty through tbe Hou.-e of Common-, by 33
major itj.
Et.cllsh funds ar" still depressed.
I.i\ kbfool, Tuesday 7th.— Advices from Tu
rin State that o.i'Od more volunteers had left
fur Sicily, and tbat two Neapolitan regiments
lia.l mutinied, -.loiuing "Vive Garibaldi."
(ncr 1,600 of Garibaldi's volunteers bad
landed at Calabria, and Garibaldi himself
would sbortljr advance on _V;i|iles, whither, it
it- reported, be had been saauaoaea.
The Oon noil of Commerce had already h. Id
four sittings at Paris, the Minister of Com
merce presiding. The sittings were devoted
to inquiry Into the cotton trad». Great num
bers of English, French aud Helgiau ma.uu
faciureis attended.
COMMBBCIAI
LiraamoL, Aug. 7.--Cotton firm. Sales Mon
dsr of bi-000 bales.
Consols -C-^.
(Special Dispatches to the Richmond Dispatch j
1 he Democratic Mate I (invention ..
Stac. Tim, Va, Aug. 15—i- P. M—There are
alarg" number of delegates from the different
Earls of the Slate already here to attend tbe
emocranc Convention to-morrow. O'hers
are expected to-night by the different s'nge
lines. To-morrow there will also be large ar
iiial«. The Convention is considered lobe a
decided success in point of numbers aud i_
spectabillty.
Ab.iiit eighty counties are known to have
appointed delegates. *
Charlottesville, Va., August 15.— Dele
gate* to tbe Democratic Con.eunun me here
from each ef the great sections of the State.
Five trains arrive before the organization of
the Convent! n, at 12 o'clock to-morrow, aud
more delegates wiil doubtless be enrolled. #
The Conduct of General Harney at San
Juan, Ac.
Waphin_tov Aug. 15.— _____ Harney, iv
compliance with au order issued more thau
two months ago, reported himself ia person
to the Secretary of War, to-day. lie was re
lieved from the command of the liepartmeut
of Oregon, at tbe instance of Lt. Scutt, for
his conduct with reference to the San Juan
affair. It is probable be will be Court Alar -
iialed.
In consequence of" the death of Mrs. Holt,
wife of the Postmaster General, the Post-Of
fice Departa_eai was closed to-day. The Pre
sident _cd Cabinet accompanied the remain*
to tbe cars, where they were forwarded to
Kentucky.
N> '.. ill.! IU Uo ■__■>..
Boston, Aug. llth.—Senator Seward arrived
from Portland about lo o'clock last uigbt, and
•was met at the depot by a large crowd, who
escorted him to the Kevere Moose, where he
was serenaded. Uriel speeches followed from
Gov. Banks, Seward, Wilson, aud Hon. A. 11.
liice. The receptiou was very enthusiastic.
'i be I'riii. c ot \\ ale* in Canada.
MohTKEAL, Aug. 14.—The Pnuce of Wales
arrived at Gaspe ou Sunday afternoon. He
was met there Dy the Governor-General and
the Oanadlaa Cabinet, lie remained over
night aud proceeded westward the next day.
Affairs at Si/Uibrero.
Boston, Aug. 15.—Advices from Sombrero,
to J uiy *_r*.'.h, fcay all was quiet. Tbe leaders
of the insurrection were in irons and on board
the bark Warren.
marine.
H.-mi'tob Roaub, Aug. 15—A large num
ber of vessels nave put in here, aud are de
tain, d by the weather.
..uvui.
1 *_!___.kl-'_iia, Aug. 15.—The IT. S. bteam
ihip Powhatan, from Panama, has arrived.
Northern >larkets.
BaLTiMoaa. Autust If.—Floor quiet an-' stna y;
Ohio and City Mills held at MR Wheat quiet,
red d» 1 25-t 11 "2. white unch.nged "Vim firm:
white Sic SI ye i0\b72.i75 Provisions firm; Bacon
•ides !02i. \ Wtiiskc) firm at -B___o_
Nkw Yobk, A Brest 15-Cotton buoyant; l'p
l'.ud» Mi.'d ii . b \,.. ii:„ Flour advanced 6 cts.:
Kou'hern 156 _i. V." heat active and 2 cts higher;
sales of 130 000 bushels Cm firm, fcugir a'.'ul.
R..»in 39 cts Rir-e j;.,c..-„. titucks active aud
higher. Va 0 stl n
UIAMRAIU. 000 D _T1 Water-Coolers
i) Ice Pitr. ers. Refrigerators and Ice Cream
l.e.zars. fcil dealing Fruit Jars »nd Cans. A
large and complete ats .rtinent ..1 the alio ye goods,
to which we invite the attention of purchasers.
STEBBINS PI'I.I.EN ft CO.,
Corner Uth and Hn.sd »ts.
C'IOAR!-. —We are in receipt oi a en.nee lot ol
' genuitie Havana Cigars, of the celebrated
>igure, Cabnnnae, Concha and Mount Vernon
brands, to which we would call the attention ot
smokers who like a noli nnd full flavored Cigar.
P. JOHNSTON ft BKO.. Druggists.
4f\lk(k PAIRN PANTS-.MORE OR 1 KBS
i"W Cassunere and Linen. Black, P'anoy
and Wnite, to which we call attention, we must
eioae out the lot, and to this end otter inducements.
Call on TUPMAN. IW" Alain street, and suppb
r.xirselves.
'pit "INFANT'» FOOD."-French Hi»oo
* tine.ur " infant's Food," high!' recommend
cd. a:.d much used last summer, as a wholesome,
p_.Utai.le and nutritious article of diet for children
and invalids, ior ..;. X t
MEADE A UAKER'B Drug Ktore.
WG Mam street, cor. above P. 0.
I/NOVV ALL LADIE .-That they e_a_ot
XV wa ke aud keep good Pickl»s without the pure
*"' oto -" *
WM v >- ItANDRIDGE.
lj_i|»o..- Poison for Rat ..R..a.h_s and Chinch
■x bugs-the most eflective and cheape»t One
box will rid you of all Rats or Roaches, effectual 1 .
ai-d almost iu»tantly. Forsaleby
L. WAGNER. Druggot.
Corner Sth and Bn.ad etieets.
Havana t M.ARS—Of prune .usl.ty, var'ous
brands, tor sale by
PURCELL. LADD ft CO., Dmrgists.
? 22 __ w ?i n * l
-2 _-__ /, B ? 1L * Keiaed.taaar, A.__aedKatra
0, lor sale, U> arrive per schr Wythe
WM. WALLACE SONS.
S.tt.7 r B . B . L *, _•*■•!»•a»ar. B, Extra C.C. and
... a v'l. -'-"r«»lf to arrive by Manches
ter and . orktown WM. WALLACE SONS.
WINHC BOTTLES-For sale br —"~
PURCELL. LADD AGO. Drusgi.U,
IM Main st.
BA«,->... -Trie c Western tildes and Hhoulders,
landing and for sale by
( ■' .-'li l Pf Ps.st.Tw „ ,«.„,»
I -1 TT>f_i-i i , - r...... hj( mg |m
I » G. B D>VE_PORT.
pA re.f-1 AAtTeT _>ss_._.a»— a laitsuealr lor
X e*.eli, DOVE A CO-, Wuoiesaie Dru/gVu
_s____ F«_R CHAIIL-W-r-IFI.*. t The su
t ,. ■■ fsst-sailing schr. SUSAN F. Ali
_____». <V| I', Capt. I.i r .«. lisvinn a portion ol
her cargo engaged and going m board, will sail
wifh «uic* dispa'oh. For balance of freight. np
,,!, f„ [SB It 8!| ________ .ITTT *CO
tOH RONTON AI.D NEW
<7LfZnL '■ '' R X NIA NORFOLK -The
2#«Tlf_ JAMES RI VI _ TRANSPORTATION
i INK has a hne large lARGE ait. i. ready, at
ihe Doek| near Edmond, Davenport k Co.'s, to
reeetee FAKIOHT at »ny hour, daily, for the
above plaoes l'he stea.rer HVpIRE wiil leave
here every TLF.SDA. bi d FRI DAY,at ltio'cl. _k
AM,with one ot the lia-gch.t.- connect with
Hie BOSTON AND NKV YORK STEAMsllll'S
which leave Norfolk on WEDNESDAYS and
8A 11 RDAYS. paaetaal y.at lo'cloik P.M.
SttiriNMs will knd it t> their advantage topa
trouue this route, aa tli« rates of Freight ar. sa
low, and the dispatch a i great as by any other
St. .in*hip Line u> either place, snd foods han
died iess. For informal! >n. appi« to
I'- D. HALL, Agent,
At !.dm..ml, Davenp-.-t k Co.'s, at the Dook.
Jyl-'-lm*'
STEAMBOATS, &_..
NiOTH HOTIItITKI.K. The
sKXfJLv! •' A "" EBTOWN .ill bo withdrawn from
| )ne f or tvo or ti, ree weeks, ior the
f.urpose of receiving new boilers. Due notice will
■-' . -.'ii when she tesun.es her trips again.
The . ORKToWNand the ROANOKE will eon
tinueon tne t-etween tiere and New York
The . OKKToWN leaving here as usual every
TI"EeDAY altern.M)n.attT M: the ROANOKE
ev.rv FRIDAY aflerm.'n. at 4 P. H.
Returning from New York every TUESDAY
and SATURDAY, at 3 P M.; touching at Norlolk
doim: and returning,
Kxc-nrsioii Tickets issued for the round trip for
j is.
Passage to new York, moluding meals and state
room _c_.>mmndationi, only $10. Steerage pas
sage 8&
Fare fo Norfolk same as br the river boats
_jy3o-ts I.UDLAM » WATSON.
-40*. NOTH'E* —The steamer VIRGINIA,
<L±C_yi.Capt Kki.i.v, and tbe steamer CITY
eaBBB. aT_- 0 t. RICHMOND, Cart Mitcrrll, of
the Union Steamship Line to Piiiladeiphia, will
lea. c Philadelphia every Wednesday ana Satur
day, at." o'olook, A. M.and Richmond, Va., every
Tuesday and Saturda>, until lurther notice.
_j\ H la C. P. CAR DOZO. Agent.
.gf— "_ I < DM .. I o _ TO "o LB
R,-- «_ POI NT , PORTSMOUTH AND
_m.___-i> i OHym.};.-Tln steamer CUR
TIS PECK. Capt... C. GIFBoBB, litted up in a
neat style for night travel, will make an excursion
to the alxwe places on SATURDAY EVENING
next. 2d m..t..'and regularly EVERY SATUR
DAY EVENING thereafter, during the watering
season.) leaving the wharl st Rocketts at 6 o'cl. _L
P.M., arrive at OLD POINT aU.ut l_t o'clock,
thence to PORTSMOUTH and NORFOLK, and
return the nexteveuinr,'SUNDAY,Heaving Nor
folk at 4 o'clock, t( uch at Po.tsmouth and Old
Point, and arrive at Riobmond about 1 o'clock A
M , Monday morning.
Pa-o-a.k for the trip, to Old Point. Norfolk ->nd
Portsmouth, and return, (meals included.i $4 80.
*._. No Fbkio'it takks on thk EXCURSION
TRIP- hel-tsl R. O. HAt KINS.
..rr**"*"-*. THROI «H Tit KET_ FKO>l
__________> R1 C H M O N D TO EASTERN
t*r__*__i**-s__ij HOKE OK CHERRYSTONE.
•aw.—Paaseniers taking t". steamer CURTIS
PECK on TUFSDAYand THURSDAY EVEN
INGS, at l ..'(>..k-u, will connect with the steamer
NORTHAMPTON,on WEDNESDAY and FKI
DAY .MORNINGS, at 6Vi A. iVI . and will con
nect with same steamer on MONDAY MORNING
at same hour, hj taking CUKTIS PECK oh SAT
URDAY EVfcMNG at 6 o'clock.
ajv-Md.-ilsf. ccuUeaoh. K. O. RASKINS.
jy ■>>—ts
*rr**"' ■__ ■D""• ■* A«.BtA!l« t_ MIE .N T
JAMES RIVER FOR OLD
eßß_________ip O I N T, PORTSMOUTH. AND
NOR FOLK.-The Steamers GLEN COVE and
CURTIS PECK iiave been put in first-rate order,
Bnd will run to tiie above places.
The GLEN COVE, Capt. Wm. F. Cabibb. will
leave the whi.rf at Rocketts, renuiariy ever'
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY aiid FRIDAY morn
ings at6o'clock, precisely, and return each niter
Late days, exoept Sunday, leaving the wharf at
NORFOLK at the same hour, 6 o'clock A. ML, ami
touch at ail of the regular Landings on the river,
going and returning
The CURTIS PECK, Capt Z. C. Gifford. be
ing neatly fitted up with 1 .rUis. will leave the
wharf at Kocketts every SATCH DAY evening at
6 o'clock, and return. lee-__g the whurl at NOR
FOLK every SIN DA V evening at •* o'clock, and
regularly every TUESDAY and THURSDAY
evenings at 4 o'clock -and return each alternate
day, at the same iiour, 4 o'clock.
G-_.ii-; down, the Curtis Pecu will i.oneh at City
Point, Wilcox's. Clairmont. Grove Wharf, Old
Point. Portsmouth and Norfolk—Returnum. Ports
mouth. Old Point. Rock Wharf. Grove. Dillard's,
Clairmont. W-.llcox'a, City Point, and arrive at
Richmond about 1 o'clock, Monday morning.
Ppjisage for the Saturday trip, and return next
evening, meals included. S4 60.
Passage ou regular trips, either boat, to Old
Point, Portsmouth or Norfolk. $2 Meals—enual
to any given on any boat—M cents each.
sv, .- -eight tug. v as usual,
j. 1-ta R. O. HASKINS.
HORSES. &c , FOR SaLG
#7V FO!t SALC—Paring thepiesentsreet,
TL-36»mv HORSE. CARRIAGE and _flß_____
_(_.#-. bUO9Y. Can be seen at i;;,
house, on Grove street, Sydney "_£________
au 14-s:* J. B. JOHNSON.
_-\ H.VIK AND II OR _ E • /v jn____*
I~_T> FOR S A '_ E.-l have for Baleflgggg:
sr*~r^privately,m nice HACK and a^^—- 7l2
-pairof sooif HORSES, which wi'l Ire sold low, ii
immediate appiic- tion be made to
|y 4--la R. 78 .Main st.
_\___ FOR SALE—A. p-.ir of well-matched
-AY VARUS about 15 .hinds li -ii.fi anil
x-SmZ-z-i jeirs oid ; can iio tonetliT better than 4
minutes and one can travel in 3 1.1 sarnie. They
are perfectly sound and kind, and are sold because
the owner has no furtner use lor them.
Also, a CALICHE, with double set of HAR
NESS. ( both ..early new.) Apply *o
JO.. K. HIX.
au 11-3w Amenoan Hotel S'ifbie.
£v__ .YoTTITHOi-S* : FOK ~_~» I7_T—l have
sale an excellent WORK HORaE,
sT*** v whioh I will dispose of low.
aulO-U R. CAUTHORN.
lItTTVEMEa RESORTS."
A , , 4 t'AßO.—Asan inducement for fund
Ififml lies to sojourn at theIHV'.EIA HOTEL,
ii'"_r_H k during the months of August and Sep
tember, tiie proprietors nave reduced the price oi
Board to $2 perday. or «12 50per week from Au
gust Ist. JOS SEGAR, < P m nrifltors
C C. WILLARD.. rr °P netorß '
Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort,!
Jaly __,__■ . jy 99— lm
Am, A XOTIfk. -The AMELIA SPRINGS
▼rvTWkwwiH be kept open for the recaption of vis
ii"iiH. I iti.n. itnrnii- 'he season, as heretofore.
THOS. C WILLSON k SON.
I__ Persons wishing information, address
jy 20-lm N. F WILL-SON. Manager.
o_an<vk Coukt-Houss. Va.. ,1860.
A»_ . A AIR- . — Nihi The undersigned ro
Y.-_*flkVfectliillv auii'iuiice that tt.ey have leased
I."__. l ti..> EXCHANGE HOTEL, at Orange C
H . and having had it thoroughly repaired and
refurnished, are now ready lor the reception of
guests.
Oranite C. H. is situated in a country well known
lor the beauty of its soenery, and the healthful
ness of its climate; aud ticing accessible Irom
every direction, has long been a iavonte summer
resort.
Th*. Proprietors pledge their best efforts to se
cure the comfort, of their patrons. The.r TaBLK
shail always be famished with 'heliem ttie market
at! >rds ; and in establishing a first class Ho'el at
this plane, they hope to be sustained by the ratrou
age of the publio
BFi. HORSLSacd BUGGIES always in readi
ness for the accommodation of the guests of the
house Kespectiullv.
if 18-lm YATES A CULLEN.
i,,i UK AIN Mill II "I .1
ELM IRA, M W YORK.
L' :l _- I E. BLOSSOM, Pbopbiktor,
(Foniierly Proprietor of the tilossoin House, Ro
chester, N. V.»
This larfe and commodious Hotel, at the junction
of tne N. Y. and E. R. R. with the roads leading
from Baltimore to Niagara Falls, is now open foi
the reception of visitors.
Pure air, fine scenery, a well stocked larder, good
beds and attentive servants, are some of the at
tractions to travelers. No efforts will be spared to
continue its character as a FIRST-CLASS HO
Passengers desiring to visit Niagara Fills ear
procure through tickets to Baltimore, at which
point through tickets can be procured to the Falls
by the Northern Central Railro-_t. the shortest
and most expeditious route to Eiuura, Canada,
r.r.d the N'ortnwest.
HKF-vRKSCES:
Jama C Kennedy, Esq.,( w_ahi____i
Das'l " {** asn.ngton.
Bakncm, Esq., i
F. W Bk.nnett, " 1 u_i»
R. B. Colkmah, ** Eutaw House, f amil "
C- C Adreon. " J
B_*m. Parke, Esq.,{ fi „.^„
Wig. Gabrett. " \ Harrisburg. !?»■_•■_
R /)S . A THE ASHLAND HOTEL.-This
TfTS. T Popular resort, situated sixis.m miles
l " tt Yt\ I '""" RICHMOND, in the beautiful and
thrwiug v-iiage of aMHLaND, on the Mi_______
Prederickslmrg and Potomac Railroad, is now
open for visitors, and is prepa ed to accommo
date _e_eil.es with good tare, aud every thing desi
rable. The head of the family will be furnished
with a Free Ticket between Ashland and Rich
■nond.
For further information, applr at Superintend
ent s othce Richmond, Fredericksburg aud Poto
mac Railroad, or address
JNO. L. THOMPSON, Proprietor,
iy 7-Xe Ashland. Va.
km, A BEDFORD ALUM AND IODINE
finßf SPRINGS.-These Springs will I . .>i« - n
11..am 1 f„ r ,\, e reception of Visitors on the 16th
..f June. They are situated directly oa the Lynch
i.urg and Salem Turnpike, ten miles from Lynch
burg and four miles irom Forest Depot, on the
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, at which Oepot
a vehicle will run during the season to oon vey visit
ors to and from the Springs. Persons irom Eastern
Virginia and North Carolina, onminr here by public
oonveyanoe, will take the South Side Railroad at
Petersburg, thenoe to l.wi.muir. and then per
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad to Forest Depot.
mi-Am P- ECHOLS ft sons. Praerietnm
***• "tEMPLE-WAI-, Agent-Has
removed to Franklin street, a t.-w doors
UR& a!...v« ti.e Old Market IL use, where he
iie. p on hand, at ali tunes, a .eneral
• assortment of BA-_DL_-_ and 11 A R-
N ESS, and everything usually kept in the busi
ness Persons in want will please call and exam
ine his sin.-.*, as he is determined to sell.
au y—2w
I EATHEK BAGS. LEATHER BAGS -
*s We have a latge assortment ol Leather Bags,
suitable for ladies in traveling; also, a fine as
sortment of Sailor Basket, snd a variety of other
kinds, too numerous to mention, for sale at the
China and Uou <c -Furnishing Store of
THOMAB A. BULK LEY ft CO.,
_______ 137 Eagle Square.
GENUINE BAY RUM.-We have now in
store a few gallons of genuine Bay Rum, im
ported direct from St. Thomas It is superior to
any ever offered in this mark-1 For sa'e by
FIMHER ABBEPHERD. Druggists.
PAlt.l U.i oni.,-,.. A large* supply
m kegs aad pound U-xes. inst received by
J>OVE A CO., Wholesale Druggists.
REAL rSTATE FOR BALE
im VALUABLE FARM "cMP^T^trir
___*HI.'NI>HEH aiHI-h. in THE COUNT Y*W
****** OF HANOVKH. WITHIN ONR MfLhlke
K_^A__?'VJL Nr . C,, ( NT «AL RAILROAD.
FOR SALE.- The suU.-'iher having permanently
locato.t in the city of Kichmond, and finding it
impossible to pay that attention to his farm which
it shou B receive, hss determined to sell it. The
improvement, are all new.(.insisting of a hanrt-
BOBM two st ry OWEI,LI NO.eontaminge reruns
I _-_id'H pasKHf e« and naaoment. a;! p'asternd and'
pr.inted. together wuh a good .oul.le Kitohsn ai d
all other necessary out-Houses. The lir d is ran
idl\ impro-iine, aa Hie growing crops will attest
a. d with proper management will become in *.
short time very desirable. Reside* a considerable
luantity of in nure annually made on tne place
r.o pains or expense have l*en spared tn eroenre
l__r> Kichmond and other places lime, ashes ___.
ter. and other fertilixsrs This larm adjoins the
(Id Merry Oak s tract, aid is ia lull view of th"
Btate Load from Richmond to Hanover Cou.t-
House. ,
Mr John P. Jbbxibk. manager on the Blare
will take pleasure in shewing It. For terms ap
ply to UoBOIB k Ahphbscs, or to
__u_ls : ts LEROY A CRENSHAW.
A VfKRV DESIRABLE WAtMJm *****
■BALE IN NEW KENT COl_NTy Jlm*7
*****it iL99 P ROM RICH MON D_-i_i com u%%
alienee with tho last will and testament »i-*-
Charles Pearson, deed. I shall prooeed tos-li on
the premises, in the said county cfNew Kent Va
MS _?i Y, »fS ,oth , d%y of KwUaalS 'at li
o 0100 IA. XI . (if fair; il not. the next fair da?
£/__*______?' Va, __i- B ?;aRV on wh oh ha re
sided, knowu as "V\ inland," containins tun
_?_*______ _. ~!,• The ,arm h"iP«n it adweil
inc- house and all the necessary out. Imuses.
About one-half of the land is cleared,and a por
Creek meadow land, bordering on Black
The above farm is located in a good and healthy
neiKhiHirnood.aniJisconven.ent to church*?, mills,
stores and post offices The Kichmond and York
rti'.er Kailroad passes di-ectiy through the farm,
and is about one hour's ride from tue city of Rich -
mond.
It is seldom such a farm.so fertile, so pleasantly
s tinted, and *_urttiaf »u-.h facilities for market
ing. Ac. is otrered for sale.
. V, 10 -»*, wi " I»ing1 »ing to view the premises oan apply
to._r Vlb C. ri'N»T»i.L. who will take great
plea, ure in showing them over the farm.
1 ho.-R wish n_ further particulars wi I please ad
_reasMr. In .a, l. br letter, at Hubbard 51.0.,
New Keat coanty, Va.;or Jm.. P. Pliak o.v, Kich
mond. Va.
Thrms —One-third cash ; the remainder in six.
twelve and euiiteen months, and a deed of trust
upon the land to seoiKe d ferred oayments.
JOHN P. PEA KSON, Executor.
au -3-d6t_.fh_th,7th Bthßefc..w4t*
SFARtI FOR SALE IN H._l*0 -.»"_.,
VER.GS MIL! 8 FROM RICHMOND.- £&
1 offer lor sale, privateh. the FARM on 18 -»
--which I reside having ni.-ule arratnerr_mfs to
move to >t. new house, on my father's old place,
it cor.tair.s 177.. ACRES of superior vegetable
land, readily yielding £10. per acre: 100 aores
cleared land, balance in wood and timber.
The DWr LLING contains six roons and two
basements, .ith all necesiary out-houses, new.
Al_«iUtiful yard,—'ith nands'ime shade trees, en
closed with oak post and rail. Good garden, en
closed. It is very healthy ; with one of tne best
springs in Virginia one hundred fords from the
house; Ice Pond. Ac. Guod neighborhood, with
four Churches of tli tie rent denominations in two
miies. Should it not bo disposed of privately, I
wil ; sell at public auction on the premises. IS
miles from he-id of Mechaniosviile Turnpike, on
TUIs.BDAY.ZIst August, a' 11 o'clock, |if fair: if
not the next fair day.) For further particulars,
apply t i me on the premises.
Tbbms— On day ofeele.
HENRY C. WINOFIELD.
a.i7-dtds* gieh-Bond. P. '».
SFok SAIL.*-..—Aemall TJRACTOE LAND,
containing fifteen and one half acres, in a
hne st.'.teo! cultivation with an apple '.r-'hard
ataohed. Tnere is also a DW ELLIN ti-HOU_K,
hne well of water, and other improvements This
property is located in a good neighborhood ad
joining Dr. Pavid Winf en and others, in the
county of Cnesterfield about four miles from Man
Chester, on th". Broad Pock Road For further
particu'ars. address "S," Box 3-6, Richmond, Va.
au U -lw"
mg* liWATRE _~T» _F LAND, O!. THE
•i_PYOHK RIVKR HAILROAD. FOR SALE
****** i *un authorized to sell one hundred acres of
LAND. immediacy on the York River Ramoad.
about te---miles from the cit. of Richmond, ad
joining th" lands ol Th- a, J. C.rt.-r. I liilip Wat
kins find others ; ab utone k .licleared, and wouiu
suit veil for a market-garden, Arc Tiie wood land
is ret in p.ne and oak It is en-yen ent to a mill
and several ofiurches ; the society good a bar
gain can lie had in the farm, if immediate appli
cation be ni'»de to the sa scrlier, or it will h« ex
changed for yror-e-y in th« city or upon the sub
urtH. RO. B. LYNE, Land Agent, &«.,
au 11— dts_ Office Metropolitan Hall.
_ AmmJL ._ HOT SPRINGS,
fjVlf BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
__J___w FOR SALE
tin.- well known WATERING PLACE is now
(tfer. d far sale.
It is situa'ed twenty miles from the Miilborn'
Depot of the Virgin;*, Cei.tral Kailrrail and ex
cept that short d stance, has tin unbroken railroad
connection with the principal ouiesof the Lniteu
States.
Aa a rem»dial agent in a large numt _r of the
most serious maladies for the rebel of . hich per
sons from all portions of the United States ics rt
durinu the summer months, to the mountains of
v'lrsntiia. the wa;e _ of the Hot Springs have at
tuned a reputation superior to that of any other
iimn-Tiil wuier in tne Stat".
The BUILDINGS for boardem are sufficient to
accommodate more thaa 2UO persons
Tnere are now upon the premises TEN BATHS,
constant I) supplied with fre .i water, from .-lifer
en springs, of various temperatures from 73 deg.
to lt'odeg. "Fahrenheit "
Ah th. supulv of MINERAL WATER is most
abundant, the bathing accommodations niiunt be
increased to any extent that could be desirable.
A more health) and delightful summer climate
can nowhere lie found.
A valuable FARM of more thaa I.COO acres is at
.ached to the Spri. gs, and trill be sold with them.
For terms, address B. GooDB, Hot Sprin.s,
va. or Thos. F. Goou_, Boyd ton, Mecklenburg
county, Vc. 8. GOODE,
.._ ~ _. THOS. P. GOODE.
jy 26-dlm Executors of Thos. Goode, deo'd,
FOR BALE AJffD RBgT.
VALUABLE PRIVATE Rt SIDK-t E
BON THE W EST LINE OF _Nn BE I'WFFN
■**.MAK*«HALL AND CLAY STREETS. FOR
SAI..K- —We are authorized to sell the desirable
HOUSE and LOT, located as above, now in the
o-ciipancy oi Mr. Lewis Hil 1 . at. an annual rent of
.«?__*. The lot has a front of 16 feet, and a d. p h
of 130 feet The dwelling is in perfpet repair, mcc
8 rooms bes'des bnok kitchen stable, Ac Apply
to lav 15 - 811 ».(>DDIN A APP . RSQN
.*»> FORRENT-The STuRE rto. 107 .....iu
fjj'.'i. street. Possession Ist Sept. Apply on the
au IS—lw
tOH. RENT-ihe PREMISES iarelv oc
.*:.*iOupied by Mr Bass. Grace -.treef., near Bt.
•"i-Paul's; by J. B Watkins. corner of Grace and
Sth streets ; and by me. on Bth, near Grace street,
i'oss'ssion from this tima t>lSth October Mean
while. sa ; d uroperty.witL adjoining TENEMENT,
is f.r sale very low.
ALBO FOR RENT-OFFICES, BED-ROOMS,
and AK-MoR V, in Law Building. See G 1 din A
Appkr.on. or inc. [au 14-6t] B. B MINOR.
m KOK K_EIfT-A STORK and C ________ OB
■9 Main street. For terms, apply to
—■ aul4-2W B. HEINRICH. 16 Main st.
j±, FOR SA-.K-An ORNA.viENT_L COT
.'•:;; TaGK, oa 9.1 street. French Garden Hill.
•sS*e intaming 8 rooms, with gas and water. Terms
liberal. Applj to GREEN 4, ALLEN,
au 3—ts Corner Graoe and 7th streets.
I OU RENT—And possession given nii
***£&mediately, the 1 -rge and desirably situated
"__...TuR X, corner B'oad and 9th streets. It has
an atn_jle I aseuient. and is furnished with all the
modern water and gas fixtures. Hs-nig one of the
greatest thoroughfares ol the cit*, it may be re
garded as possessing very great advantages for
business of any kind. MANN ». VA__ENTiNE.
jy3o-ts
-K. EOR REST-STORE and CE' LaR. ou
Off <-<.iith siife of Broad, between 3d and 4th sts.
given at ones Apply to
jy 12-ts _ THOS. I). QUARLEg.
-ti, FOR RE..T -That new, oommodious and
f£j2 very desirable TEN EMr NT, on 6th, between
■tJ-Cary and Leigh streets, recently occupied bj
Judge P. V. Daniel, deo'd For terms, apply tc
Mr C. C. E__.i_BTT.on Leigh street, near 2d, or to
jell-ts_ P. V DANIEL. Jr.
__—. HOUSE AND LOT rott ..\Lr, aT
■ THE CORNER OF 10th AND CLAYSTS
**s* Having determined to remove to ths country,
I o'.iar for sale, privately, my HOUSE and LOT,
situated as abova stated T'.e Lot ironts 7_._ feet
on Clay street, and runs b..ok the same width iM
feet The Dwelling TLtuse is large, and was built
in .lie best manner, of the best materials. It con
tains ten rooms, with fire-plaoes. six la r 2e cioseU.
with a cellar the size of the house. There is on
the Lot a Kitchen, Laundry. Stable, Ca.ri.L..
House, Wagon-House. Sijioke-Housa, Ao. The
accommodation for servants <s ample. Every
room in the uouse has gas in it, aud there is
water in the yard and kitchen The-e are culverts
leading through the yard, which carrr offall waste
water. This property is located in a very desira
ble and pleasant part of the city for residences,
and is within five minutes'walk of the principal
business places, arid Lee frra the btjgtlaand noise
of hqsinßßS There are about thirty feet of ihe
Lot vacant, upon whioh another house might he
built. , ,
Teb_j_—l will sell the Lot lor a small part of the
piirchase money in cash, and the balauoe upon
such time as will suit tbs purchaser. Messrs.
GoiDiN ft Apper-on* are authorized to sell the
a'oove property,and will show it to any pors. n who
may wisb to purchase it. and make known the
price and terms. JOHN M. GREGOR/.
jy6-U
pfISAI. GHIftPM THAR Ifll-K
*_* anybody has any money to lay out in Dry
Goods, they will certainly do well by calling at
No. 27 Main street, where you get the full value
for yo.ir money. Beaiitititl Stella Shawls, at _•',
ftc; Oil Cloth per yard and Tab c Covers at all
prices; 100 dozen Extension Skirts to be sold at a
sacrifice; £00 tiie richest, pattern' ali woollen Ta
ble Covers at $1 26. cheap at ftl-ffc French nee
die-worked Ladies' Collars snd 3.000 of the finest
worked Cambric Hands at half their value: Irish
Linen at ft, 37 . and CO cents, worth double the
money; fine Jaconett Lawns at M cants; Organ
dies and Bereges ace« rding; Black and Co]., red
Bilks at prices to please *!!; those in want of any
Ladies' fine Hose. 10 c-i.t.. and highei; fiae Bln.-k
and Bro»n Sir rung, .inst received, at 6 oen's; ex
fa ti.,f and heavy 4 4 Brown and Bieac'.ed Cot
ton at 8 and in _*ent«; best quality at is-, cents.sell
ing elsewheie at one s.illmg, acd a great in i> y
other Goods selling astonishingly low. All I ask
is a oail from one and all,'before bn.in. else
where. No. »: Main st. JOS. STRaUSE.
Cltt-AP FALL AND WINTER GOO US.
FOR MEN AND HOYS' WEAR-Penoni
having their Fall and Winter Cl* _h*ng to pur
chase, will find some of the beat bargain--, a saving
of at least __ per cent., in the pu.chase now, or in
a month iiei.ee A first rate article of Tweeds
Cassunere for two and three penoe, worth doub'e
the money Havier goods in the sauis proportion
in price. Opening this morning, a large lot of
Hoop Skirts to be run off very cheap, from a nine
pence to the best 30 springs, real steel. Ute 91 25 —
The best bargains in Hoop Skirts can be had a _I
Main itreet Also, 600 d-aen bunches Serpentine
Crochet Braid, ail sizes, sellin ott very chean at
EZEKIEb'S Cheap Store 41 Main tt..
Mailert's old stand.
PRTLAND SYKt P.-A6O bbls for sale by
I. AG. B. DAVENfORT*
A-.DL-_.-*» hoi'f ■ J tl»fai_t_Ce_4___atl-y.
made, for salt If MA-bIK A f LKAffAMTS.
'"* " ■ " ' ' "■ ' ""SI 111 I ||
APCTIOW BALBS.
FUTUBM DAYS.
Ilv Geddla A AB.ersen, Auct's.
THE VAI. UABt-E F ARW OK 41J l.«
ACREH,CALLED"CRANK« ISLAND." IN
HANOVER COINTV, ON THE VIRGINIA
CENTRAL, RAH RU »D ADJOININtj. ATi.EEH
UTATION, NINE MILES FROM RICHMOND.
EOR SALE AT AUCTION -At the request of
Mr. Wm H.Vangban, we shall sstl. at pnblioauc
tion, on the preimaes. on WhDNESDAi', the 2td
Aukus*. lacW, at 12 o'clock M . ul Utr; if uot, tbe
next lairday.J the VALUABLE FARM located
aa above, on which he now res.J-'. The tract
ooDtams 0..*:- aorea. of whioh a'.iut :t. acres are
cleared, and tiie reruainder ia covered with wood
and timbr. some of which la the finest Cbiokt.
liounny oak. ash. maple, a;. Tha so.l is as good
as th* ClnokaknuiinT laid, g.nsiaiiy. The un
proveu-ijuts consist of a Dwelling,eonta.r.ir.g seven
r-oins, and all the usual out houses such as X itch
en, Quarters, Ban. Stab.c ao. In front ol <he
dwelling thore is a grove of beautiful oaks, thua
giving ' • it , ii...■!...(..- appearance fiom the rail
road, from whioh it .a distant about 3'"J yards. A
further description is dortned uun-oessary. as it a
presumed that those disposed to purcbass will
view the place, wr.ich wilj '.* shown le ihem by
Mr Vsu.han. residing on me premises Tue land
.-• dji.ms on f-e side Vr. A. 11 TimberUke, aud
on the other Mr. Nathau B Clarke.
Titrms - One- fourth cash ; balance at 1. 2 and t
years, for bonrts,! interest payable half-yearly. (se
cured ov a trust de»d P..s»ession partiali?
in time to teed wheat, and lull possession by the
l»th November next.
au iti eOCPUI At ArPBmaOK, Auot'rs.
By *" A G. B. Ltavenport, Auct's.
/"-iR Of Eft I Eft, Ac AT AUCTION.—On
VT THURSDAY, 231 Aii.usl, we will sell, at 10
o'clock, at our auction Store, an assortment of
GROCERIES, viz:
Western BACON SIDF.B and BHOULDER"
Crushed. Powdered, "A," 'B" and ' C" Ctilae
HCOARB.
New York Extra SYRUP.
Po .land do.
Java COFFEE; CIGARS.
Reotified and O'd R-e WHIBKE .
Pure Moiasse- RUM.
SOAP: CANDLES.
Tanners' OIL.
Manufactured Tn__ _CO.
Green and Mack TEAS.
Fr.-noh BRANDY.
Claret, Port and Champagne WINER, „ 0 .Ao.
1 HBM«.--Lnder 8100. cash; fliooand over, four
months credit, for approved paper
aulii I. A 0.8. DA Vt-NPORT, Aucts
By Chas. T. Wortham A Co., Auct's.
UIJf-AR AND MOLASSES AT Alt TION.
. P* TVBBDAY the 21st c inmencing at II
o clock A. M., we wul sell at our warehouse, on
the Dock
-100 hhds. primelochoiceCienfuegosSUOAßS;
25 tiero*s do. do do.
60 hhds prime Cuba MOLASSES ;
12 tierces do. do. do.
Tbbmsof Balb.—For sums under $100, cash;
ovor 100 4 months' oredit, fir approved negotia
te paper.
Sale without regard to weather.
T.WORTHAM _ CO., Aucts.
By Thos. W. hep , Auct'r,
(Office corner of 12th and Cary streeu.)
HOUSES. MILLS, ROCK A WAT
AND HARNE-S. COAL _AHT AND
WkWt HA UN ESS. FOR _ * I.E AT A UCTION .
vv 'i:!-e sold, on FRIDAY MORNING
next, August 1711k commencing at 11
0 cock, at Mr. N. C. Lirscomb's Stable, on 2nd
s'reet, between G ace and uroid
(* very tine Saodle and Harness HORSES.
4 do. do -loung MULLS
1 _£?_ »,V. erio . r -*° - X AWAY and HARNESS.
1 TOP BLOOY and HARNESS
1 Very sup-nor COAL CART and HARNESS.
iRHMsat sale. THOS. W. KEESEE.
aula _ Auct'r.
BY THE GOVERNOR OK
A PROCLAMATtON.-Wherea-., the General
Ash .mbly of this Commonwealth has authorized
a Bank to I _ established in the city of Riohmond,
under the name of " The Traders' Bank of the
City of Richmond." and has incorporated the
same as a Bank for circulation, deposit and di.
cour.t, with a capital of not less than one hun
dred thousand dollars, nor more than one million
of dollars, to be rai-ed bf subscriptions, in shares
of one hundreddoliars each ; and whereas, it has
1 een .ertificd to the satisfaction of the Executive.
that the sum of three hundred and one thousand
one hundred dollars, being more than ttie mini
mum capital aforesaid, has been subscribed, 'hat
th. said Bank has actually and in good faith, of its
own aba.lute property, in the current coin of the
United States, iin» hundred and eigtitv-one thou
sand dollars. bem_; more thin three fifths of the
-.mount subscribed, and the amount required by
law. and that said corporation has l-een organized
by th<» eleotionof a President and Directors: Now,
therefore, in conformity to law. I do hereby make
this proclamation, .ieo.anng thp facts aforesaid,
and that the Bank id authorized to commence op
erations _
Given under mv hand, as Governor, and
<i. s. I under the Seal of th" Commonwealth, this
'***•' first day of r_UiiU_it, IWO
JOHN LETCHER.
By the Governor :
ti oh., k W. Munforii, Secretary of the Com
monwealth. au S-d2w
V T fc W GKANARY AND tO.>l">flS.. luN
HOUSE,
On Cary, 21' d;or below 12lh Street, and ne.rt to
Flour Inspector's former OJice.
J. MUNKOK UABi'RR,
(Successor to Jas. Thomas, Com'r Jlerchant.)
Respectfully informs the citijens oi Richmond,
and the public ►.ericrally, that ha has purchased of
the legal anent of Mr. Jas. Thomas -.11 his stock on
hand, such as CORN, OATS, HAY, CORN
.»i EAL, Ac,and will continue to keep on hand and
deal in ORA N. FEED, TOBACCO, FLOUR,
select parcels of oountrv cured HACON.BUT
-I'bß. BEESWAX, DRIED FRUIT, Ao., pledg
ing every eli-.rt to facilitate the interests of
those who may favor the new concern. Acontinu
ati m of the patronage heretolore extended to his
predecessor is solicited.
He relers, by permission, to Messrs. Waogos
rh. Hill A Akchkr, Va_-Lew, Taylor _t Co.,
Jo.nks-fc Co.. Richard Cacthob.n, Esq., Philip
B. Prick, Esq., Riohmond. Va.
2y 28-3 mJ. _M ON ROE CA RTER.
llAVlf.fi DKVUTfcU IMKIIILXAB A*.
Il TKNTION To IMPROVEMENT IN THE
MAN UFACTURE OF BLACK 1 N 6, we take
great pleasure in presenting to the Southern pub
ho the best article ever offered. The
EX C B LB I o S
OIL PASTE
BLACKING,
Manufactured by us. imparts to Hoofs and Shoes,
or an,mini made of Leather, a beautiful, bright
and durable polish, and will not rub otf on tie
hands or clothes
From its oily nature, it softens, gtrenetliens, and
preserves the leather, prevents its cracking, and
renders it impeivious to water.
Thi.se desirous of using a really good Blacking,
should use no other, it is purely Southern manu
facture - and it home industry is to be encour
aged, especially wren i can and does produce ru
penor articles at Northern prices, we confident!*'
hope the patrona.e of Southern men will not be
withheld from i'B. Respectfully.
H. W____K_.T_.lN _ CO.,
Head of Grace street,
au6-lm* Richmond. Va,
I (I.IU -.1* I I -1 -. m tt ■ , V* .< - w
I I >lHt_K, 1,1.>111t.1t, tl Ilßtll.
300,000 ft. seasoned ..BUTTON WOOD, superior
quality.
200,000 ft. searoned inch BUTTON WOOD, supe
rior quality.
60 (XX) ft. seasoned f* OAK.
25 000 ft. seasoned inch OAK.
BO OUO ft. seasoned CASING PLANK.
_)<i_i ft seasoned ASH.
26 000 ft. seasoned MAPLE.
Together with a large and general assortment oi
M A'HO G ANY PL_NK a- d SCANTLING.
CHERRY, BLACK WALNUT, ftc. For sale on
accommodating terms, by
jy 1.-tlO TRUMAN A _PA R X X R. _
RH H.VIO-D IRON A.._»Vl ____, Munas
The undersigned still manufactures at these
works, and keep- constantly on hand a iargp as
sortment of IRON, consisting of Bar, Band, Hoop
and Scroll. Rounds and Squares. Ovals. Hall
Ovals and Half Rounds, Tooacco Mill Tapered,
Wagon, Coach aud Buggy TIRES, and RIVET
and NUT IRON, of all sues.
Also. STEEL TIRES, Railroad FROG STEEL
and FROG PLATES, all sixes; WROUGHT
PUNCHED WASH EKS, all sizes, kept constant
ly on hand and made to order.
JAMES HUNTER.
N B.—Wrou.ht Scrap taken in exohanje.
jyltf-dlm
C GROCERY AND COMMISSION Bl_l
* NESS.—The undersigned hava assocoted
themselves, under the firm and style of YAGER
ft POI.LARD-for the purpose .if conductm. the
GROOE -Y. FEED ANU COMMISSION BUSI-
Nf-sS at the corner oi ISth and Franklin streets,
in the city of RichmoitL Va., and will endeavor
to keep constantly "n hand a weil-seleoteu stock
of FAMIL". gROCEKIES, which they Willi*
pleased to ofler to ttie pu-dic at very low prt.es,
and most respectfully solicit a call from their
friends and the public generally.
G. W. YAGER, of Richmond,
R. C. POLLARD, of King William.
jy 86—lm
CHARE'S PATE.. T COALTER HAIL
Cj ROW.—We invite the attention of the farming
comiiiunitv to this NEW HARROW, which has
been tried by many practical larmeis, and pro
nounced the very best implement yet made fur
prepa me the land for seeding small grain, and
etleotualtv coyering the train after seeding, with
two horses doing the work ot six single plows. We
have purchased the right for the State of Virginia,
a'ld are now manufacturing them for the ensuing
season. We invite a call and examination.
6-0. WATT ft CO.
I ADIES' ERENI H \. OV EI. CORSETS?
--k-e 4.7 all styles aud _>ize_i White and Colored
Woven Corsets selling, ii* far the cheapest in the
city. E GOLDSMIT. 176 Broad Street
pAHUt... !■>*__ DS, GARDEN t.E«.__»_-
VI Winter Cabbage and Turnip Seed ju.t re
ceived, warranted fre-h and genuine. For -.ale by
JNO. W. FRAYSEK, Druggist. Uth st
A 4 NEtICAR gUa-.0.-w tons •• AA"
Mexican Guano, care uily seleoted, and war
ranted to Le of the very best quality.
E. H_SK IN X t,R * to., 59 Cary at.
trULCtni A I IDKR VIN|«AR, -SnO"gallons
V oi pure CIDER VINEGAR, lor pickles, sslso,
ailkindof SPiCES.sold lowl.y
WM. G DANDRIDGE.
NORTH "•'AROLIr.A KOE Itr kkiNi.s
--l inrty half bbls. just received, in prime order,
and for sale br
M l*_ Nl _L*_ ?P' , -*_ a 'J_- 1 Main streets.
R~_BF INEU-.!.'"OAR.-W bhls. New York Steam
Sugar Refining Co 's Extra C; so bbls. Cut
Loaf, Crushed. Powdered and Granulated, for sale
by LEWIS WEBB ft JOHN G. WADE.
1 C I.ROSS DOVE a. CO.'S BUtHU Af-L
AO PAREIRA BROCA-Manufai-ture.i and for
sale by DOVE ft CO..
Wholesale Drucsists.
K____ WHOLETIi- HALF BOTES Ada-
DU-/ mantine Caudles; SOU boxes Tallow Can
dles; 100 boxes Brown Soap, in store, lor sale by
*************** MABBIE ft PLEASANTS.
11t BAGS Black Pepper just received snd for
1" sale bj DOVE ft CO .
Wholesale Druggists.
il_U' YORK Extr_ C amTc Sugars; New York
1 Crushed Sugars; for sale t y
L ft G■ B DAVFNPQRT.
FOR TOBAttONIsrs.-SUO lbs. Augslioa
Root, for tlavuring. for sale by
• s
■_____j____iM-B___s__s____Bae_s____i_aMiaMH-.-Bia»e
AUCTIOH BAU*BB.
FUTURE DAYS.
By lo.tiiin k Apperaen t Auct's.
COMMISSIONER'S SALEOF REAL E«
--_, TATE IN AND NEAR THE CITY OF
RICHMOND —An I'oimmssioner appointed by a
decree or the Circuit Court of the oit» of Rmh
mon, L vro_., Hn eedon the 14th June. l__, m the
one of Taylor n.ainst Carvedo and ale, I aball
_!._?. l °, *"*••• at public auotion. on the preonses,
in the order sdvertned, on WEDN._JDAY.ihe
v __.*.•_' I * 0 ' oomiueneiag at 44 o'olock, P.
_____.-.____-. AiL _ real c . ute ** »hioh the .ate Wm. F.
N.chohL.. _?___" 10 of *->"»u*ath. fronting 60 feet on
al'es,)viS: ' rUnnkng U * ok lU * f* 6l to »»
Lot, and old framed buildinr th.rnr.li ______ _r i_»
No. 211 is the Plan of the ottf eTT__S_____ K_ .
n_» fast on lie. atreet! running b__k w'fw .-
Lot No 4. in snuare No. l „• ih- Vulton ,n
Henrico, lrooting 31 10-12 fset on the W, ,__,.
burg road, running back 100 feat. __"_er _•____
an alley. Lots Nos. 8. 9. 10. in square No »'_f
hulton, i.- nun ; eaoti 3o leet on tne aouth side ot
Graham street, running back HO feet to an alley -
Whoie of aqu .re No. 27, in Fulton, (exeeDt ths lot
at the corner of Nicholson street referred to
above.) having an aggregate front of 6CO feet, and
a depth of 110 test to an alley.
I'bbms— One-fourth cash ; the balance at 6 s"d
12 months, for negotiable notes, witn interest
added, and title retained till last note is paid.
EA ION NANCE. Com'r.
Bale conducted by tiobmn A Ar. b» .on, Anots.
au 14
TWO BKAI'TIH'LLUIsL. THE PLAN
iof navy hill, at the corner of
srn and baker streets, for sale ai'
A UCTION - A .11 he sold at auction, on the etern
ises, on MONDAY, the 20th August, 1860, at 4_i
o'clookP. M., two beautrul Building Lots, Nos
SO and 51. located as above, ironting to.ci her 71
leet. on the west line of ttb street, running back
on the soutn side of Baker street 122 leet to an al
1-y lOfj- t .ide.adjoinii.r tha reaidence of Rev
Mr. Hoyer.
Tbbm* -One-third cash: balance at 4 and 8
months, for negotiable notes, interest added, ana
title retained till last no'e is paid.
au li OODDIN A APPERSON. Auot's.
BEAUTIFUL A__-TaITRAITIVE R«*"AL
ESTATE IN MANCHESI ER, BOUNDED
HY KLA.i_.LEY ANl> n t C.\TUR STREETS,
FOR.ALE AT AUOTION.-Wili I* sold at aue
tion, on the premises, on THURSDAY, the _3J
dis of Aueust. '80. at 4. _ o'olock P. M.. thos» two
beautiful ha t acre LOTS, N >s 141 and 142 in Man
chester, with a neat FRAMED D*_FL*.l. O
thereon, r»c*ntly in the occupancy of Mr no W
ti ill, fronting 330 feet on the west line of Hiageley
street, running back 132 feet, aud bonnded on the
north by Denatur treet This property wil bed.
vided into lots to suit biddets
Tkkms—One-third cash: balance at ti and 12
months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and
title retained till last note is paid.
This property is he.utifulD located, command
ing, as it does, a fice view of the city of Richmond,
and of lower James River.
an 14 t.oiiMiv v s _____SOj_, Auct'rs.
p9Mma£n___» __ .-» ._._«.._. ~_.- hoi se
* ' AND LOTS ON CHURCH HILL, ON 30th.
BETWEEN CLAY AND LEIOH STREETS -
As Commissioner of the '"irouit Court of the city
ot Richmond, aop tinted by a decree rendered ou
the 2.1 of June, ISM), in ttie case of Ca'ogni against
Smith, J shall proceed to sell, at pnhlic auction, on
the premi«es, on MONDAY, the 27th Auxust. iB6O,
at __. o'clock P. M.. the real estate reterred to in
the plfiinnll s bill, consisting of three lots located
as above troatin. 97 feet running back 121 leet to
en nilev 8 feet wid.., on which stands a coinforta
bie dwelling, now occupied bj Mr. Jos A. S.ay.
Tbbm . One-third cash ; balanoe at 12 and 18
mon'hs, for negotiable notes, interest adde*, an ,
title retained till all the purchase money is paid
Baton nance, c.._rr.
Sale by Go-D'N fc Appkki n. Auct's. au IS
VERY V.ti., iili.i Prt_T__?E I. t_l_
DENCE. AT IHE Co-NER OF CARY
AND FIRST STREkTS, FOR SALE AT AUC
TION.—At the request of the owner, iwho ha*
purchased a suburb.n re«ideuoe, witn the view ol
removing thereto, I we shall sell at public auction,
on the premises, on TUi SDA Y. the 4th -eptein
ber. 1860, at 4% o'clock P M . the Urge and admi
rably weli arranged Dwelling, located ss above,
now occupied by the family of the Ute Mr. N. M.
Martin. The Lot has a front of 81 fee', and a depth
of 130 feet. The Dwelling hag i 2 rooms, besides
large kitchen, smoke-house, stable, _ c , and is al
together a most desirable one for a large family.
Terms- One-sixth cash- balance at 4,8,12 18
and 20 months,for negotiable notes, interest added.
secured by a trust reed, i'ossession given, v re
quired, on Ist April next.
au 1.-ifawtd GODuIN » A PPF.RSON, Aucts.
1/aluable Farm fit a .__ia, ..ear
> DAN vIELE RAILROAD, FOR SaLE AT
AI'CTION —We ofler lor sale privately, until
IS AT U_t DAY. the ldth day ol August next, when
u-iless 8 .id privat."lv, ( ot which One notice will be
given ) wo will olier forsale publicly, on the prem
ises, the FARM on wti>oh Dame Worsham, ol
Amelia, now resides, containing "io. acres situated
south of tne Danville Radro&d, about four miles
Irom Chula and Amelia Court- H .use stations.—
This is one of the most valuable tracts of 1-ind in
this pirt of the country, with an unusual propor
tion of low grounds and unproved lots; and the
high land generally of the best quality, and in ex
cellent heart.
The dwelling house is plain, but comfortable;
the farm houses ample for tiie use of the farm.
Possession will fie given this fail, as far ss neces
sary, m tune for wfieat seeding, aud full possession
given at the end of ihe year.
Tkrmi..-One-third cash, and the balance in 1
ard 2 years,».iimil instalments interest added.
Persons wishing to purch.se are referred to
GOUDIN k APPEKSON, Richmond, or to the
undersigned. Trustees.
L. MASTER. . Amelia C. H-,
B W. FINNEY, (ieni.o, Powhatan.
P. B.—Persons wishing further information as to
the value ot tins p!nn.atioii. are referred t.< Lewis
b. Harvik, Esq., who resides near to it, and who
will, we have no doubt, take pleasure in giving his
opinion of its value, ijy It 2., . idal G. *A.
By t ri-ii.iuiw A to.. Auct's.
9-iQQ BAGS Kill tU.FKK AT A«TC
_S -_feU U TION.-On FRID*Y, «4th August, we
will sel at auction, commencing at lOo'oloos.at
the • tore of Mea6rs. Muni..p. Manr-are A Co.—
2199 hags very prime RIO COFFEE, in double
sacks—inst imported from Rio de Janeiro,
per lark Fannie Crenshaw.
TKBJas.—Lnder Jlou, cash; over 8100, four
months' credit, lor app-oved paper.
CRENSHAW A CO., Auct'rs,
au 16 Richmond, Va.
Br Dunlop, Moncure k Co., Auct's.
PO FW E E, SK.AR, AND BAt ON, AT
*-> AUCTION.-On FRIDAY, the 24'h August, at
our store, at ha_§.past 0 o'clock, (after the sale ol
Cotlee by Me .sr3 Crensnaw ft no. > we will sell—
1-150 bigs new crop KIO COFFEE, in double
bags, i.nported per bark Fanny Crenshaw.
76 hhds. .. h SLGAK, prime quality,
to hhds. BACON SIDES and SHOILDER - .
Term.. - Under 61UU cash; over isK_, 4 mouths'
crertit, for approved paper.
au 15 DUNLOP, MONCURE ft CO., Aucts.
t_!ALB OF VA I. U A B L E LOT
O FICE AT CHESTER.-, will seil. at Chester,
on FRIDAY, the 17th d-v ot August inst., the
Oh FICE and LOT occupied by the late Dr. Jef
ferson Minor. This .ffice is beautifully situated
at this thriving vnlage. and as thee is no physi
oian there, it is a good looat on ior one.
TtKM-i accommodating, and made snownon the
day ol sale. Mr. Ckaio, the proprietor of the
Hotel, will show t ii- property to those disposed to
purchase. |mi g-.'tds* 1 J. W.TAYLOR
1 _fc_i__ _ n.__. on ti./._t aSu Lot i._
MANCHESTER -By virtue of the provi
sions of a deed ol trust irom Robert T. Ballowe
.ii j wife, dated the is h of January, l_u», and re
corded in the Oleik's office of the County Court of
Ci.esterfied. made to secure to the firm ol Duu
lop, Moncure ft Co. a eenan debt therein men
tinned, the undersigned. Trustee, at the v.st .nee
of the beaeheiiu >, w.ll sell at public auction, en
the premises on FRIDAY, the 17th day of August
ItGO. atSo'clockP. M., (if lait; ii not on the next
lair day thereait r.) a certain parcel of LAND
desr-ribed and conveyed in said ue*d Iving iv lk«
town o! Manches es between Hull and Baiu
budge streets, fronting 30 feet on the c _ t side ol
Summers street. T_.e lot hasou it a new framed
DWELLING, and ;s the same now occupied by
Mr. Branch Cosoy.
auti-tds C. C McrlAE. Trustee.
FOR SALE
-820,000 VIRGINIA 6's.
_. snares HANK uF VA. STOCK.
luo shares BANK OF THE COMMONW'LTH
STOCK.
40 sin-res VA. FIRE AND MARINE BTOCK
» shares RICHMOND FIRE ASSOCIATION
83,00.3.1 Mortgage VA. AND TBKlf. R. R.
HON DS.
In sums to suit purchasers.
iyl3-ts C.W. PURCELL ft CO.
HOSIERY. HO.Mt.KI . .-Just landed, _d
our own importation:
*,000 doa. Ladies' COTTON HOSE, all qualities ;
1.000 *• Misses' " •' ail sues ano
qualities;
1,000 tloz. Gents'COTTON HALF-HOSE.aII qual
ities ;
Also, I,ooodo_. L. C. HDKFS.. all grades.
All of which we odor to the trade at a small ad
vanoe upen cost of importation.
GINTER, ALVEY A ARENTS,
apt—ts Importers and Jetthera. Main st.
BETTER, LARD AND VVHIJ.KEY.
--35 packages ohoice new BUTTER.
20 bbls. extra LEAF LARD
40 bbls. Rockbridge it i E WHISKEY.
SO 'obis. Alloghany RYE WHISKEY.
40 bbls. Magnolia R\ E WHISKEY.
100 bbls. BRANDY. GIN. WINE, Ac.
Forsaleby PARKBA MINER,
ie Ift—ta ISth at . neiar i.a—r.
M™ AN i H E_T ER S«" ALE WORK_7—We
have oa band from the at-ove factory. PLaT»
FORM SCALES, weighing from 400 to awolbs.-
Also, COUNTER SCALE! ol every variety, and
is agents for the manufacturers are prepared tc
take orders for railroad track, depot and ware
.louse Scales, fto., whioh for neatness, durability
and accuracy oaunot be surpassed,
VAN-LEW. TAYLOR A CO.,
l___— le MiriUamerMt
NOTH'E.-.ersons wishing to oot_un uckeu
lor servants over the Ricmnoud. Fredb'g and
Pot. Railroad, for V\ ashing ton oily and points iur
ther North, mußt, in all cases, be vouched for by
some responsible white citixen of Riohmond, m
nerson, known to the officers of the K,._d, as no
Tickets will be told if applted for by letter.
_»» SB—t* A. It AI.I.KN. Ti.n.i Stent
NTOTICI..— The subscriber begs to inform the
-N public.and particularly the friends and patrons
of the old firm of LAIDLEY ft ROBINSON, that
the business heretofore conducted by that firm has
been, since tbe 90th of June, earned on b« inn.
individually, at the old stand. Fourtn and Frank
lin. He hopes, with increased facilities and exer
tions, to merit a continuance of ths custom so lib
erally bestowedon theold firm. Very respectfull..
jyt-ts KUWAROT._RubI_._ON.
~ RICHMD ft YORK RIVER _U.L*6al>,__ '
Acgust Ist. laeo (
N°. _?__ TR _ V TS ' BILLa J 4 "ther OBLiJa-
TIONS, will be re-ogniaed br this company,
unless made under the express order of the Dire,,
l_oklbl T T.2_a L rer , . Btt,#nßttß,,,,lt ' #r A< W
*« __»■ ALKX'R PTTDLKY. Pres't.
f)R. ROSE'S «rtlClfl__if.-All of Dee*.
_■_ hose s celebrated Family Medicines kept for
*-l»Dr A. BODFKER ft CO..
, Druggists, No. 10 Main st.
HEfl-EK, PltttMtl.l.lMilH, Rlsokand
5 Green Teas, all qualities ; 1 OLU boxes Adaw-u
tine, Tallow and Sperm Candle* ; tn store, for sale
; POTIB FARLEY ft CO.
PR -LAND tVMIT in bbls. for sale by
l. * a. a PAVM_ORT,
aVQCTIOJt BAl_t__
FUTURE DAYS.
By Jas. M, Taylor * Sea. A Bet's.
I__ft__9_P A?_ D _,_£ OT ON BROOKE ATE.
IKIOM ._______r_^ H< _y. «9 AND °"
LEIGH STREET, AT AUC rD.>.--We will sell,
upon the premises, on MONDAY, the lfith deVo.
MtZaffiFn _*i?_i. ? _ B^ look _ ' «" • »-5
M»t FRAM _,DTKMi,_hMT. _ Brooke Avenue,
between Clay and Leish streets, now ,„ the
panoy of Mr. Lewis Blunt, at the rent of an<> oar
annum. It contains th-ee good sissd rooms with
a two storr kitchen, Ao The lot fronts M feet
and rnns back th" usual depth
ALHO.-iwo FRaMED TENEMENT, m rear
of atwre, fronting on Leigh street 14 feet each,
and running beck bs above. They have rhree rooms
each, and are now renting to good tenants, at 96.8g
per month.
Tbß-M -One fourth cash; the balance at 8. IS
and ltl iinrths, for negotiable notes, with interest
a hi. t. ,nu secured bj a trust deed.
POSTPONEMENT-in ooneesuenoe of -am,
tneat-ovs sale was postponed till THURSDAY,
August 16th, at«S o'olock P. M.
au It __•_*_*• mTI'AYLOR A SON.
( lIMMISSIO .- X N «AI_E OF REAL ffc.
y TATK. ON 25rH BTRK T, UNION HILL.
--m pursuance -I i decree . f Hennoo Connty Court,
in tne case of ionea vs. Joaea- p. -nou> oed on the
T ii day ot August, MM. tt.e undersig' cd. as Bp»ciai
Commissione-*, will seil a * pubbo auction, upon
____**_sf___. , i?. A lo ?'"*Y.the 30th day of Aa-
V lot1 ot _ lh _, n « t Si day.ironynen
oing at 4S o'clock P. M. a LOT OK GROUND
with a two-stor, brick
mg on the west side of 26th s-reec. noitn.of V
street. The lot fronts 26 leet, ana run. b_ek IM
le» t to an alley tv leet w.de.
TKBMs.-One-fonrth oaah ; ths balance at 6 and
l> months, for negotiable notes, with merest _«d
ed, satisfactorily SLdorsed, and title retained until
tne lurther order of Conrt
JAS. M. TAYLOR, Comimssiorer.
Jas. M. Tsylob » pp.. Aucts au9
P| IBIE Mfi 5» % »__._. uF rHRKE
ONION HILL.BYAUCTIOf*.-Wul N« gold, upon
the p'emises.on MONDa. .thelOihday of Au.ust
oommenc ng immediately sfter the s»le adverti»ed
by Jas. M. Ta lor,Commissioner.(sa? st So'c'ock
V -M .Hhree HOtB. X aid LOTB, on t» c westsme
f 26th street. U> ion Hi 1 and ne*rly Ovpusite _•
the Leigh Btr«et Battist Church; two are ol brick,
and the other frame adapted t.-r
amailaisen fsnolieg Tie lots front 8l» leet e-.oh,
and run back 122 feet to an alley 20 leei wde.
Tbbms -One third cash; the balance at4and 8
m. n hs. for negotiable notes, with interest added,
aru secured by a trust dee*.
au» JAB. M. IAVLOR A 80N.Ancta.
l/"ERY Dt._i_.__.. ja fKIVATE Hl._.
' DENCE ON 20rH. BETWEEN K-^ANKI.IN
-.ND G .ACE SIREKTa, AT AUCTION -Wi l
be, sold upon the premises, on TUEaDAY.the 14:h
day of Au-iist, at 4>» o'clock P. M., »hat ver* de
sirabe privat« RESIHENCE situated on 20 I
between .'anklin and 'Jrace streets, n->w in the
• ccupancy of Mr. D B Bridgford. Tne improve
men's are a good House with 9 rooms, a i v k
Kitchen, wooif and coal house, city water. «_.
'-athing rooms, Ac , Ac, all in good repair.
Terms -One-fourth ca h; the balance at 8 12
and 18 months, for negotiable notps, with interest
added, and secured by a deed of trust.
au 6 I A l *. W. TaYLOR k .-ON. Anct'r
POSTPONEMENT.-In consequenoe of t c
rain, the above sale was p .stpor eu fid TUESDAY,
tfte2tst inst., at 4H o'clock P M.
au 15 J M. IAYLOR A i-ON.
Bltn h III! M. A Ml LOT IN THE TOWN
OF FULTON, FOR SAUK AT AUCTION
w illbeao'd up n the premises, on WEDNKB
DA". . the 2_d day of Ausust. (if fa>r ; R not the
next fair day thereafter .commencingat4 _ o'oik.
P >1., an excellent bHICK H'.U-HK and LIT. at
the c.irner of Nicholas and ' arshaU st.sets, in
laetowa ot Fuit»u, now in the occupancy of Mr.
L C Rock It ha« fo-ir kooO rooms, i« aeans new
-nd in -ro.l oruer. 'l'he lot front* 00 feet and runs
b tck 110 leet to an al'ey ; is wen enclosed, and has
upon it an excei'ent well of wa'er
Also sever-tl hindaome boi dins hits adjoininr,
hiving the usual front and epth.
Tea-Be—__M fou.'h cish ; the balan. c at 4, 8
and 12 months for r_.it ai'.e totes, with interest
added and secu.ed by a tru.tdeed.
.. „ J- VAUGHN. Trustee.
J.\s. M. T«vr.oß t s c\*. au 14
Alf I :Xt aa-. - * j . .. «,1 D 14.> t -
t*\ MENT ON FLMWOOD BT-EET. IN SIO
NEV. AT AUCTION -On THURSDAY. An.usi
the 23J atß o'clock, P V .we win sell sntxoel
lent FRAMED lENKMKNT. situated on the
s- U(h so c of Elmwood (or Main streetoontinu.*..
n«a iy opo -sue the Mdney Methodist Chapel, and
now in the occupancy ol Jas. P, 1 yler, it oomai' »
seven rooSBB. » kitchen with three rooms, and
every convenience necessary tor the comfort of a
good E'aed family ; i« nearly new. and in tood or
der '1 he lot r r onts So feet, and runs back 199 fset
to an alley 20 feet wide.
Tehm-i.—One-f.urth cash; tha balance at 6 12
and is mon'hs, for negotiable notes, with interest
added, and secur* d by a trust deed.
au lt> JAS. i-I.T .VLOR ft 80.., Auots
VARY D_._i_.__.>.* __li X C»TTA«E,
„ ON THE SOUTH HIDE OF CLAY ST.
BETWEEN ADAMS bTkEET AND BROOKE
AVENL*-, Al' A LOTION.-A' the request of tne
owner who resides in New York, we will sell,
upon the premises, on FRIDAY, the Mth day of
August, commencing at 6 o'olock P. M . a very
uesirab o BRICK COTTAGE, on the south si, c ol
Ciav litre.' between Adams street and Brnole
Avenue, and now in the iccupancy of Mrs. Den
nis. It oontains 8 good rooms, with a two-stjry
back porch, a kitchen, stable, ftc.
The lot fronts about 46 leet. and runs beck IM
feet I. Krooke Avenue.
1 h s property is located in a very reured and
pleasant neighborhood, aud is worthy of atten
tion.
TKR_«.-one-thiid cash ; the balar.oe at 6 and
U m nths. tor negotiable rotes, with interest
adced, and -secured by a trust deed
J 8. M TAYf.oR A- HON, Auct's.
luiiiipd.a'eij after the almve saljf. will be sold, a
very handsome BUILD NG L('T. nearly oppo
site to the a ove. aud adjoining the residences of
Messrs J. ti. Danfurth and Truman A. Parker. It
fronts 40 leet. and runs b.ck 160 feet.
Tekms—As above.
au \0 J. M.T. ft SON. Auct's.
VALUABLE. FAKM A **0 Ml I.L I If CHKS
▼ I'ERFIELD COUNTY, SEVEN MILES
SOUTHWEST OF THE TOWN OF MAN
CHESTER, TOGETHER WITH STOCK.
CROPS, FARMI..G IMPLEMENTS. HOUSE
HOLD AND KITCHEN FURNI I'L'KE. Ac . AT
AUCTION.—WiII be sold upon the premises, on
TUESDAY, the 4th day of September, commenc
ing at 11 o'clock A. M.. the valuable FA KM, lying
se'-en miles southwest of the town of Manchester,
south aide of tvs Manch.ster Turnpike, --n Poco
shock Creek, in the county of Chesterfield, and
now occupied*.▼ Mrs. Sarah A. Forloine.
It contains A 66 acres, one- halfot is standing
in original growth of oak and pine ; from 60 to 60
acres are of rich oreek flats, and one of the liest
meadows in the county, which produces a large
quantity of hay.
The improvements area good dwelling house,
in good order, suitable tor a ir_e famuy ; go-vl ap
ple orchard, under a good fence, divided in three
shits, lies we'l. and has running water in every
slult ;"good healthy neighborh<_!<. and fine spring
of water convenient to all ol the houses.
The Mi 1.1, has a substantial stone dam, and is
in good order.
It is deemed useless to give a further description
. of the land, as t is presumed those wishing to pur
-1 chase will view the premises. Possession will le
given in tune to seed acrop of wheat in the »■ all,
and full possession by Ist January, 1861, or sooner,
' if cesired Mrs Forloine resides on the farm and
1 .ill have it shown to any person who may wish to
' see it.
After the sale of the farm, w.ll be sold the entire
1 Stock, oonsisting of Horses. Mules. Cows, Ao :
Crops, Farming Implements, Household and
, Kitchen Furniture, Ao.
TtRM-o* Sale— Forthe real estate, one fourth
[ oash ; the bal.-.noe at 1. 2 and 3-years, for bonds
1 .anug interest, and secured by a trust deed. For
the personal property : All sums ot $2U aud under,
. cash ; over that amount, 4 months' credit, for ap
1 pr ved negotiable notes, with interest added
i* ''6 TAYLOR ft SON. Auots.
By J. M- t. leges, Aact'r.
VIFOIt'AL A_B >11 M fcLI. -_EOl_ Ll
"I BRAKY AT AUCIION Will be s. Id on
TUESDAY i-fternoon rent. Au< 14th, commen-
mg at 4 oVock, at .".ore No 36 Man. street the
entire I.IRHARY of a medical gentleman of ths
oty.whois ab»ut removing to a distant State —
The ibrary oorit tin* many vtluab c works. Doth
iv the medical anu literary depa>tments. and tne
e'-tiie "ollection is well wo .ny the attention of
the publio J. H. DIGGES. Aucr'r.
D. F. Booth, Sa'e«ni»n. au 10
POSr.ONFMFNT
The _t>ove sale is utavoida' ly postponed to FRI
DAY AFTERNOON next, at 4 o'clock.
aul* J. H. D
By E. B Cook, Auct'r.
FURNITURE. LlttL.i!t_, Ac. AT Alt'.
x TION -On FRIDAY. Uth inst .at 10 o'clojg
' Iwillsell at tbe residence of Mr Ji.o J Cannon,
on Main st . Hockstts, a iew doors 1--...W the
»tore of R O Haskins, t►■ j . all his H'M SK
'< H« LD AND KITCHKN F UKNITURE. consist
ing ol the ueual variety ot <reil sept artio>ea.
-AISO-
Seve-al baskets genome Heidsiok CHAM
'ai.NF ; several denni tins and casks of super i-.r
PORT WINE. WHISKEY, o.N, D.**k
BRANDY, together with a Ur_e lot DF.UAN
i'ERs, _I'.VBLEhB, ftc. usually found iv a
first class Restorative.
Tsk_s—Cash. .aulS) E, B COOK.Auct.
BUI trot i. il 11 A TO.. General Commission
Merchant*, on tne Dock have on hand and for
•ale on coutunment, l.ou) bills. No t H. m and
Lime; 1 Oto bbls James River Cement; too nt>l_
Roser dae Cement; 100 bbls. Ca'cined Piaster; 1 000
i.usli Plastering I'an; 300 n_ i e,w_d baths! 1-0 bbls.
'oiiimon Rosin; 400 t-ales lliy; I 000 bush. Com;
. 20i t.fU. Halifax Cut Hernu.s; 200 bi'ls Northern
; Alewives; luo bbls No 3 small Mackerel, 174 i-bl.
dross Herrings; SO half bbls Mess Shad; 100 half
i bbls. extra Roe He.rings; 300 tons Wind«or B ue
Lv i p f'.aster; 100.100 Cigars, assorted branus; lv)
r>b!s. Tar.
jjTo Ml r _i-FXpTId er •.
Just received
One l_>t BOSOM EXPANDERB,
which are very usetn!
in keeping the bosom smooth,
and enables you to wear a shirt
_ niu .h longer without being soiled.
They are especially adapted to young men ol
narrow and contracted chest.
For sale cheap by N. WALKER ft CO.,
__ Corner Main and llth sts.
RE in I INo STOt X....Many styles of light
, SUMMKR CLOTHING we a.c determ.i.ell "o
, close out m the next thirty days, and to insure
i __fti__?. , ( _ r, '__ tn _. GREATEST BARGAINS OF
-Tl_-BEAB_»N. The stock is choice, and tBo«e in
want of an* kind of hummer Clothing, will do web
to oall and secare a >ms of tee many bargains io
be sold in th* next thirty d >vs.
KEEN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS.
TAKE NOTICE.-All those who feel them
selves to I* on the verge of suit.-cation, oan i _
relieved by calling at our offioe and procuring one
of our I men ur other Summer tmta,of which we
have a fine assortment at low prices. Our motto
' is. small profits-justioe and perfect satisfaction to
all. SIMPSON 4 MILLER.
IMMaia st., Richmond, Va.
nOWbER-MINING AND BLASTING -Has
1 r ard's. Electric. Americana I ncisn Rile. Ken
I tuckr Ritle. Beaßh(H>tingand Duck Snoo'ißgi.uo
' powder, in kegs half and quarter ktge. oaaisters
■ snd flasks, tor sale by
I. ft O. B_DAVKN PORT
J pERLVIANi »%ML>j OR, fHoTM'TCD
I L SOLUTION PROTOXIDE IRON For Dys
sepsis. A fl-n-u. ns of the Liver, Dropsy, Nsuralg i».
Bronchitis, Consumptive Tendencies. Quteaeoua
Diseases, anJ General Debility, lor sale by .
; DoVEAoO.,WioleseleDru«uiU,
APCTIOJI 6_A_____
___________ THIt, OA*
By J. H. Lif gee. Anct'r
iF#'ilr4l iA I RD !_>T2ll< OOLDCII »i**i3.
DAY MOIt. INr _ T * fCTIO.s -On IH|*-le
__^£L__r_c__L_rk__l! mM ••"»• MMo oi -as, at
Id v?-Vce Ma " •"'••'• wil » H "•" • ■*»•
Fine Gold Hon tin, tJ ffftjlßgjU
" Silver - •• ■■V»
" (»...ld LAPINES. .
" Silver i A PINES.
*' flaied LAPINKS and LFVKBa
" Gold O CARD and V__T Cd.o_._i
" NrCKCMAINH **■*»*>
__. " CHATALANKOHAINS.
m J A n * above g.MKjs are dire. I troia the iiosort' rs
and manufacturers and w _ be SU io lots to suit
or no sale' , °°' l* w *' T ** ,tiii ** '•»'••« nted,
__a^______"V____ l h »-«BILVRR and PLATED
*> a i i_.ii _{j. Inks. <:»«h
By E. B. < ask. \,,i--.
RE AIIV- M A Dfc Ht.VI.HTS ••.Mil
NK_y. Ac. AT AUCTION <7_ TBC .A
DAY.I«h inst.. at 10 o'clock. I wil. sell, at the
store of H. L. Wi.a _o. on ll'u:d, ■ .wo.n _-t_,
and (ith streets, a iarne portn n ol his stool of
MILLINERY, RKADY-MM>t Bo\*T_m
CAPS: a great variety of EVi BR<HD_.Rif.ft!
KDO.NCfS, ARTIFICIAL FLOWE**, ifo
.IERY. and a ve-*_r general assor ment of *******
VANCY ARTICLEOI SHOW-CASE... SIOKK
FIXTURES Ac. Ao
Mr. Wioano, intending to remove to his new
stiT «iH aell without reserve i and to enable the
ladies to purchase, the sale on THUKSOaY. !*__.
wll he »xc| ag .ve|y for them Sale wili he or.tin
ueu on FRIOAI, 17th inst. fir gen-lemee at
which time will be closed the entire stock to-ether
-_¥__:■ •••ortinent of Hu I'M ► HOLD FURNI
— X *" a- B. ig_K,Ai»ot,
By Alex. ..ott. Auct'r.
L*i___S?i __*' LE °* t*n*~«f>ODS, CLOTB
»_- ING. Ac-Will be sold at aueti'.n tar
•tore.ua THURSDAY, Au K u.. 16th i"meacK
b .DRY" ..V.__ r _*.".' } C * ** __ r "\» nd ■»■■■■
bis UHY OOODB, dir ct from tew York
Ing, in part, of Cloths and Caastme es; 81-.ok _r_l
Fancy b*tinets; Merino .hiru and Drawer • _s
d. B-a .otton and Wool'sn 8. _ksi lOOd. sen !.._._►
skirt.; _>» .lecea *___«nito Nsis. -shite
" hue and C lor* - . Sunt*; 100 Litaa Ouok -_.•-»
Sniru, blue Collars
ALSO - AninvoioeofSh os. Ready MadeCl.t__
in« and Fane. Goode.
T»km-. All »utu« over .?M 60 days' .redit. for
aptroved nenotiable notes.
*v l * ALEX. NOTT- AectV
pMCAP AND insii, imk r.ouDa T..
b» lounda' the Pet iteutiar> store. N. 0 P.-art
streef
Grey Cloths; Ore* ,rH Brown Twesda
»'htte Twilled Fiarn Is
Cott in and • omt»d ■ 'mi. t-»*-i.-.ns-
Grain Bass; Finn "A' »*,,,,,. »„,) vftrw
Dirt. Cats; 0.. den and Dirt Harrows
Men's fine Shoes and bo< ts.
Bois' and Misses' M__s; Farmers' Boot*
Safes; Wardrobe.; Axe*; et.'s Ao
R I MVMo,
General agent Va. Penitentiary,
'I'Hf. BAY _TAT_ <<« •.<,«, f... . , gem
* pnoe S ... $U). sty,, 9sß 370; tne'Hel.m.sC'
Cooking »tove, two uses _uti or without h_.
water reservoir: th* * L-sder" i.*o-1. -.. Si.-ye,
two sises.prioe * _ anu •»; the ' Lily lei- 7 '
Cooking Move, for co-it or w.-od. p-ioe fit 5 U
and $16; the '* Harp" c.-okin* Hl<>ve. f.r w -00,
lor o.u.itr» use. four sizes The .toys .sally
Brat class War«s in heir line n-e for saie, whoie
sale anu retail, with w.ir«nty. f>>
_ OEOifil BTARRETT.
mi a , _, Belvin's Bow, Goveni-r streeu
_. 8.-Large Stoves for the Springs; Box Stove*
for tobacco tarns.
C2.RKAT~S\« OAfISU
2M _ REP. for Men snd Boys " 1,, L
A full asso unant rf Negn.CLOTHINO.
A large qusntity ut Ho s' OOA 1 8 ano B \CHn
A numb, r of {spring and Fall OV ERCUA Ft*
A splendid lot of Hummer GaSSI Mb Rfc PANTS
fur both Men and B ys
The above-named goVs we will sell st »x ced
ing low prices for eisti. or to punctual ou-l. me *
B'tfAPSVti k Mil LEX.
No. li 9 Vain street H.oi.Biund.
s:i I.X OU'Zc. ._ r.. 1 ail S 11Z1 nil.
— TON UNDER SHIRTS and DRA vV FRs.L.o
en ano Jean Drawers. H.a.*ry, Gioves. Tea,
Linen Can.bno Handkerchiefs together wth a
large and well-selected .lock of our oelehisted
*->houlder Seam t-hirts. war sated to be ihe most
coiufor'at.'e fittir. .flirt in the ui.ric C
BHAFER. HAi_,3EY ACi 10 Main St.,
i La's Tu. man A Hull.
DX. JOHN PtLLtH'k UIAKHHCE \
PILLB- For the instant of i hoiera,
Cholera Morbus. Diarrhoea. H!<x>. < Flsx burnroec
Compiaints, Ao. These Puis have i«ro uud
siveiy used for several years past, and nave ___■
rarely known to fail to cure t'.e .love mentioned
diseases in the most speed? manner. For sale bt
the agents.
A. BODEKER k UO. Druggists.
No lv .Mam street.
L'RL'iT • Af.*-PRESERVE YOUR LIT —
• Jiit received another sup,U of tire la-alli
ble ."-elf-Sea ms FiuitCata. i--r pr»serv.n< fruits
and vegstabies of all kinos. for winter v c No
wax or cement oi any kiud required to t*-v V■< in
safe and pe.tart Also, a large lot ul i. ». _. .1 . s
for putt ii. up Jelly For s_ls at the I .una aud
House Fun..suing Store ol
IHOi. A. BULK' EY ft CO..
i.-7 Ea-,l* f-qu.r*.
i « _- ii i < itit tis : it__ _ iTt H»B»TT-__
1 large assortment o Silver Pitted Ice KiteKe s
just received, ot beautiful designs ard p_ trn.
Also, a complete assortment ul _elf Sea lm. F yit
Cans, for putting up fruit acd vsgstab'es foe
winter use, of the best and m«_' approved pat
terns, for sale by THUS. A. BULKL. V k Co..
W Basle ____ra
_;_r?BßTf_l7i'L'_.lL.E - .in .No 101BRU_5
*-~. i"«KHT.-S.:u __l)i. iJO"|.,J at rs.'u _•
prioes : Rsfrifsraiors, loe Cream Fteesers Water
Coolers. Ice Cream Bowls, loe f'.ich.rs, *c —
Wishing to reduce our stock ot the above Go-da,
we will sell them at a sui_ii adva»oe ai ova cost.
STEBBINS. Fri.LEN k CO.
•Wrier 9th nnd Broad sts.
I_l-A_lV r U ost. - Fr.-i,<-i. B.seotite the
" Infant's Food"—the most wh. ,-«..:i.e nutu
ti. a- and agreeable article of u.et auowu, for
children. For s»ie at
MEAD- ft BAKER'S Drug Store.
196 Main street corner above fit .i-Office
CI t \ NO. N.i 1 Peruvian Gnat.o; Elide Island
9 do ; "A A" Mexican do ; Navassa, o. Brown
Columbian d >.; Souibre-o d<>; aiuencn do; Ma
nipulated do; Richmond Ground Master. For
sale by fc. H BKINKKH ft CO.
OLD RYE WHISKLY; Peach and Apple
Brandy; Port and bherrv Wine, Frtnan Bran
dy.very old and fine; Cigars. 01 choice bianda —
Forsaleby B. PLEASANTS. Agent.
No. 2 Mam _____ corner of 17tb
'I'Ht-. CMi_.Ai-__.al Ish . boons 0 a ear
-1 tainlv bshadat LEVY 8 old esuf lishso ease*.
N<> IA Main street. Can always be louoU there a
large aid d sirable stock of season hl.s tin t*o-...
at prices that will certainly prove satisfactory
10 al
I'lit « IfuLb Slot X t*ul__! And we
1 wish it were gone. Come and buy your artt
ales of Clothing and Heat's Furnishing G<_ _s._
I'l I'M AN lv* Mam street, h* sells eni right.
Don't ion believe it r Try him and hiss took. Make
hira show it.
I tATHtH BAC-S.-we have vow opeiTa
t_ t_aut.ful sto k of Ladies' Traveling and
.ii.ri.in* Bags, useful and nseessary .ti..« ir.
t> aveiing to the spr.n.s aud watering places For
«Aie at he China stote of
THUS A HULK LEV A P(). tip *A*,n at,
bKi _n T_a _ —ius. reoeivcd. per steamer a
I. ■r ii lot of Gunpowder, luipenai. V uun. Ii ■
son. anu Bi»ck TE/.S. which we w.rrant equ-ito
any in the iy. Call at 1 c uew Fannlv G ..-..j
oomer of 2d aud M tin sts. .V i N N I « ft CO.
PlKtr. VIKGIMA dlilK VL.tUAR-
Just reoeived l» 'bis of the above Vn *n**f t
wh.cti we warrant lo ,**p Pick as. .. 1 soon %t
M NNIS ft CO M,
_JE-! Der °f P * UIU M** o streeu.
■v OT -T »t»_T-Bu' HLLLoflershtsstnok ot
> seasonable Cio'hiu. so v.r> low that no 00e
oan eompiaiu He s.i'i ait h a ro. m- r tea
stock. IHVA6 lll'L' . Asen».
S_ >'a.n »t o, r U'h,
Next to Pairo's Exchsnge -. (Koe.
LMIIV ART It Ltl. Fine En.hth Ba.r
I Brushes, Fancy Mi-1. and Buffalo t r*tt.n#
Combe, I rencn an d English Tootli Brushes ol f _er
quality, lor sale by
_ . PETERSON ft CO - Drnggisu.
- ■ IM Main >ires_g.
ITOfJk A*«D ftOOA "end
XT Soda, with the usual variety uf choice >yrui>«.
made from tresu (runs -.■so. rort Mowma-A
Dew and Watermeloa Sirups at
W. PbTFRSON A 01» _)
Drug Store. M*-_a-B st.
QUASSIA TO Ml CUPS-For t_e eer« ef
Dyspepsia. Ind -est.. .1 Debility. Loss of Ap
petite, rev. r and Ague, a o i-t aale by
JAB. P. DUVAL. Duggist.
forner _>m srd lOili _ta
L*R 1 niM PV R fl-M ft Rlr V- Let-in.. Guer
" lam's and Pinaud's choice Extracts. fur the
handkerchief. For sale 10 _
i IsiiKh ft SHEPHERD. Druisists.
VINEGAR TOILETTE Foi sick .■- ms and
sick headaches, prepared by ihe Society Hy
_.eni<.ue. For saie by
i..-_lr.R A SHEPHERD. Dru«gi_ua.
Sit H OOLIE'S MAI ON MKHID.HMMi
>p MIDDLINGS-Best lhat are oared. Also,
Todd ■ Family Baoon. for sale _»•
F. MCCARTHY. 117 Bread st.
pHoilE GREEN AND BLA« R IRAS
I-' JUST RECEIVED-B-St Back 7_o per lb.
Beat ouapowder Tea oatr 91 per its., at
wm f_IIN«'S.
I I.IIE, HAIR. CALCINED PLASTER.
t- Sawed Laths. Roseadale and Ja-. es River C.
iiisut. Kos.n. I ar. Com and Haj . lor sale by
HKIPOFOR" * CO ,<»w the flock.
ta *._.!* RN Rt.CllrleD >WI«»k»Y
ft "Boyle's' and ."Improved F»'ra" brand*,
for sals by I. ft O B. DAVUNPokT
sj Iti tR —200 bbls. 'rushed. Cut Loalaad Vow
& dered Sugar, in st >re. lor sale by
WM. VV At LACE 80*8-
PC RE lll.lt 1 kooF MOLASSES MM
Best brands, for sale b ■__-■_. .
l.tQ, B DAY Br, PORT.
*.•; y.ALe .te Ni_»i.rK>-*i 10 slide prima
' Drag s ism.
Fnj.l Bat __l* « i«AßaT7_TC witfo "»_.
1 RMOriNG WMACCO, (01 sale by
________ w. PRaYwVr. Druggist. lTih et.
tiiUlt-i **£*% ■ f _>.i_*__P
TV at low pi loss, to close out the lot
j ___ SHaFEK 11ALBICY_A COv_
O .-ORK - Those basse I'sder ."Hurts *****
I.C VV has » ten ss.liag _unu. toe p-Beeat
1 season al Ml 01s., have all heee sold
T AI, *'"*''" oi *-r.*r.t.nßift»»T."
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