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I' rv"* 1 MAIL< S,
mfilMt <*»»
. rMiijre—Crrefnniiet of Commenrt-
ZrZffiu GraW -MAre,' of Mr.
< tke Alimni - Pinner of o>e Alumni -
n,nt to « Bender of W<i*h,»glon Col
e nrrini* Military InAUUf-On. of
naiei >n tie Army in Sebatlo
rel to the \foun'a>nt - Oppotltton Singe
olant i Band-Lad tt Feast-The Whtal
Lkxiwoton. Va., July 31, 1R55.
aarcement ol Washington College was
y in tbe Presbyterian Church in this
i< large building wa» filled to oyerfl iw.
imber of strangers present being •">=«
i osua'. Tbe exercises
ible prayer, by the Rev Mr. Trimble
in 2 addresses were then de ivertsd .•
y address, by Greenlee Dasidson, of
ti addresa, by 1- Kbode. Massle, of An
on tbe dignity of Labor, by H. M
Leziottoo. „
jry xddrets, by John Guy, of Augusta
, were then given t,» the graduating class
ir- Is' J K Msssleof Augusta; ad John
? us:»; 3d VV'm F Cocke of Cumberland;
Iton of Rockbridge; 5 h Greenlee D»
,»xingtoo; 6 h Henry M White of I.**!'
Edward Arnold of R ckbridg'; Btb M
Lexlo»t >n. After ihi confermerit of
l, the President delivered a brief sd
i claas, and presanted to the three fi'st
ve. tbe R- binson gold medals of the
value of 40 30 and 20 dollars.
orace Lacy, of SpotUylvanis, a grad-
College io 1843. addressed by appuiut-
Llumni associHtloa. Mr. L. has a de
lib reputation as an orator and a gentle
hiant par;*, aid the display made by
i occasion, will add no little to bis lam*
is was conceived in lb fiuest style, and
ous applause of this large «nd Intelil
uce evlncd the delight wi?h which it
fd. It will doubtless be printed, when
id not tbe pleasure ol hearing it, will
pportuni'y to examine its merits lor
Mr Lacy has ail the graces of tbe
ed orator in a remarkable degree, and
regrctttd that a gentleman possessing
lou'd hide his light in cgriruitural pur
ao wide a fi-ld is opened b-lore him la
better suhed to bis attainments.
ck tbe Alumni Association set dowc to
ds dinner, prepared for them at Mc«
utel ; baring d.ae ample justice totbe
(MM of good things ao adml' aniy gotten up by tbe
Wgttfcy and obliging bolt, Mr. McDowell; they pro
to the college campus, with a Urge crowd
nljli i jus ami ciiizeos, to witness tbe erection
of i§ br*u'lful white marble obelisk over tbe re-
OHpis ol John Rubinson, who was "a rnun flcent
fciKfsctorof Washington College." Dr Ju'jkin,
tissbl« President of Co'lege, delivered an appro-
MBte address, it is to say that Ibis ad
dress was worthy ol the man and ol tbe occasion,
MMk In every respect, just such an address as
mltfc* have been expected Irom such a man as Dr.
IE Robinson, whose memory llils uionutueot !s
itftk'i-1 to perpetuate, resided In tbls county for
flufpy years, and by bis Industry and economy be
aikn u lated an estate of some ®70,000, all of
be hcqueatbed, about thirty yuars ago, to
¥gfeii.g'on College. Mr It. cime to ihis country
life from tbe Emerald Isle—be w»aa bacb
•jMlaud left no known reiat;v«s on this side of the
pond." He was commosiy callcd " G!d
Jowfey " from bii great a propensity to trade in
kant: l!b ; in this way be laid the foundation of
feltinrtune, and added largely to U by rnanufactu-
of a superior quality—known In the
bn3k*' m * " Robinson's West India Particular " —
Old Jo k y bad never received tbe benejl-s of a
liberal euucE'ion, but feeling th« lmportatce of it,
rmiß«d to extend its blessings toothers,
s.i|i ving no other way te dispose of his prop
erty, yielded to the entreaties of ihe friends ot this
Jostitulii n to give hii earniuf* to it, and whilst
Iloktßg bis oarne with that ol tbe Father of his
CrMWtry, to establish tbe Coliego bayond toy con I
tlapWi y that migbt arise by a lsck ol funds to
fijKln It. The donation by Washington might
have been sufficient to keep u p an Academy mere.
iy, bt t this bi quest of Robioson at once expanded
U to » Callage of no ordinal y capacity for usetul
e«M It Is m w supposed to occupy « siand inferior
IO -tfOOH in the wnole country, arid II Its present
r'fn'H lon Is contii/usd, the number of lis students
most continue to increase. Jt Utbeeimof its nd
mttable corps ol Piof-'eiorg to turn out finished I
scbcl arr, vbo will need no polisblfg oft at other in
i ) but will b M at ones piupared to enter
upon aH ihe duties of life.
®Ie Board of V fit jrs at the V. M. Institute (Col.
flpaferro of Glouefster, presiding,) has been in
fl|i iu for several days attending to tbe ex-
of fhs Cndets. and hlllng appoint
tjft'H f'ir tbe next t sso', Ac. The number
cfS Cades will not be materially increased
oflfcc ount of the want of funds to fin"i«h the Bar
IM> recently erected. If the members of the
L«'« ature could only be present at one of thesi
an*t.l examinations to witness the great pri.fi
«!«• v of til.. Cadets In thalrs u i e and tbe ucsur-
discipllntt to every departmeut of tba Ja
■Wtton. they would uot fcesiiatu togrsnt any ap.
n that tnlyht be asked to Increase i s» »c-
Mptuodation*, »si thus extend its benefits to
ft' " of eppllcarrts who are rejectr?d 6Very year.
Mfady quite a r.uaihir of young men have been
«pt "at Irorn tbe "Prid«o! the State," who ar«
M» Koine impoitant ctations lo Virginia an 1 other
9mr. The t ffijlent and excellent superlDtend
iwrt, Col Hmi'h, h%s recently a letter
frdtn one of his graduates dated at Srbastopol, io
(orating bim of hU exploit!) as e aurgeoo in the
Rll»i<--n Army
etsjas are arriving every few houra from
My dlreoiloo, and bringing to this'• Athena ol
t«'' crowda of atracgets from every part of
tbfcftnte. By to.morrow there » ill be a perfect
Meserf. Harmon, Woodward & Co. are no#
rar ing an opposition line ol stage* to this place.
Twy will shortly ex;end their line to the Roek»
brk! ;a Alum .-"prings and to Buford's station, on
thfVa. and Tetn hall KoiJ is the only op-
P«#l loe worthy of th«* (iatiie that tbe t»ld iioe of
Si. Co. has e*er had h«r»\ acd the prospect
witl be well pstroniaed by tba 'ravelling
Wnlic Tbe fareha* been greatly reduced by b ,th
and the contest forteruring passengers, with
<MW regard to tbe !ars, is getting warm; but this
Will * ion blow over, l u r It will be tbe "hardeat
road this Bew company ever ventured to travel, if
calculate on keeping up with the old e«tab ;i«h
--tikw-i strong concern ol Farl.h 4 Co
celebrated Volant band ol tni.aic from f'al i
jnare is here. Ttiay pertormed at tba battalii m
dr#l aad review at the institu'e last evening, *nd
hpthe " concord of tweet souorta" then produced
■JW» assnrance that tbeir fame»»not undeserved.
Tltfcj' here to take part in the commencement
•Mrcisnsof the V M 1 to-morrow, and to perlorm
military ball at night, which is expected to
Mon usually attractive This band, composed of
wtll divide at this plac*', a portion goiDg
to tb- White lor tbe sprlog season and a
poftlorr to the Rockbridge Alum
IP" harvest Is nr>w about over in this
JJl'y Tb-» orop is a full averageone io quantity
M*of a better quality than usual. If the season
i gtod liiu corn crop will b« very abun
"fte ladies of the Pregbytei ian congregatloa are
e»g;' !o nWht for tbe purpose of reieing
msmm to meet the expense of earp-ting and paint"
ln«a% . cbuich, which they r xpect to have d.n.e
OflWWitbe mm tog ol synod, to be held in this plaej
next. X Loo**e On.
iiojr t r th» St«.«mk» Ln.TtNGTOff.—The
****", r blew up Saturday morciDg
aHMf five (, Clock, near Stephenport, Kentucky, lb
MfVey from Hi Louis to Louisville, II r entlie
work, were blows, te atoms, and the boat
t&a*inklB S fire but nod to the water's ••dee and
tar # l bottom up. Tiie steamer D H Given came
«Pvie a few momenta after, and saved those she
eofcd Atnocg the wounded are Jno Beraard of
J .'! >n K UaH, Liberty, No., who was
"Pl«hU o'fbt clothing and fell agai. on tbe
WMCk and 11 (, Hat kins, Madison, lod. Captain
W»Re, of Louisiana, isauppesod to be killed, as he
been heard from It was not know bow
mapf of the passeng-rs were killed, as tbe book*
of the steamer werrt lost. All tbe iaOy
M*»cge:s wer« saved. Tao vessel bad on board
noty psssengera, of whom fourteen wore killed
and twenty-lour wouaded Among the killed were
■Bee, nd clerk o' the boat and the engineer —
Cagt Throop was badly aralded
Tkt greater portion of the wounded were taken
and the Democrat deacrlbea their
•efflWugs as terrible. Many of Ibetu wore literally
flajrarf a ... 3
if .Swiye Saoj sv ast lltsnsn—D. Ballogk a
P"*?' "j lO ••'•neriy taught rldlug sakool'at
least aaa mors recently has been engsgtd le
9fV„ r° OV m" o V®' »"e oa tfte eight of
i Lt Balfofh caira to bit store
aeoosed hito °f Some words pa*sad
eea tbesa aatil Ballugb becoming enraged,
a pistol and bred. The kail struck her on the
der, letieting a verv severe weuud.
pr * , *r-. Mr -, D4vld B««on, who wes shot
dmv.'.e, Del ,afe w weeks a t o by a r egro ra»o,
Oliver, died on Wednesday l»st. Dis rewnit
"tstacces are eonneeted wltb the casi The wife
i H was sick at tbe time of his beitig shot;
bearing of the occurrence she became very fee
ad dlr.d in « few dass af.er, leaviag a young
..in delicate health, which «oon followed its
•r in the train of seatb.
C A C »>P'»" was found dead In bed in
<ue»tb Meuday morning.
Coirwpona»nM of tb«
Encamping Military-A
Son of Patrick Lyon, flrc.
I'hilaobi-PHia, July 1
<Uy to en c«mp «l N-- »'>P . u Biod w)th
&S 7SnUSJ?i curb Guard accom
p tb«ni ( m , rri ed m*n at that, hu
Klia in SI 000 bail by Alderro»u B»rtram of
tartbor hearing on the
charg. of winning the of a young lady,
•nil solemnly promising M marry ber.
A ion uf tbe late Patrick Lyon, the celabratad
maker, of »bi« city, died recently In
Pover I)»law*re, where he •». greatly e.teemed
.or hi* capacity and Integrity. The deceased wa.
w d-ly known as a civil PO? , "^' r 1 „ , ,
lii« now ascertained t ai W iWam H. Ksrn, and
not U-orge W. Callad.y, b*a h«en nomlo«t«d by
ihe "American'' party for tbe office of sheriff The
fallowing aretbelr candidate tor the |e r jl.latur<:-
William Moran. E.S Helotreke. Robert M Walte,
J AUzaider Simpson, W'lliam P Hsnam Farmar
Barn, John A KHher, Cbarle. Cllne Divid E.
Dally Henry Elnwchter, Joaeph Hoffmann, E.
Jjj Morria, G. R. Smith, Jacob Dock, John C.
Daring the paat three month* the lo«aea by Bre»
in this city have amounted to #112.900. on which
there was an insurance of 810, to that the c e«r
lijM over insurance is 055,180,
A little?irl, fourteen months old, the daughter
of Mr. Freed, teacher at tbe Point Breeze achool
house, died yesterday from eating the compoailion
Irom theeudsof luclter maicbea
Corretp"n<Jenee of the | Dispa'ch.
.V P. Willie and Forrest -Robbery of a Citizen of Pe
tersburg—Sun Stroke—Bank Statement etc
New York. July 4th.
The lons pending Washington P->rad-? Oronnd as
sault and battery cafe, bstwewn N. P Willis and Mr.
K, rreit, tbe t'ag?diac, was decided daring the June
term of tbe Court of Appea»«. the judgment of the
eonrt appealed frcmbe'ng affirmed.
Mr. J £. Hadoetr, a voung sentleman, formerly of
Lowi» connty, in this State, but recently of Peters
ftirg, Va , bsd his pocket bnok abatractert cn tatur
d*y evning lest, on Broadway It contained a draft
for Si Kt. ard some papers of valne, the whole per
hapa not excefdicg §225, but too much for one to
lose these bard tim-is
Ymte day mornic-g a forgery was perpetrated upon
tbe Auditor of the Comptroller's office, by which
&>OO was obtained from the bank containing tbe
funds of cut city treasury.
Judee Morris in tbe Supreme Court yesterday,
rendered a decision in the mitter of Lyman C -1 o,
charged with forgery on the Chemical a-imit
tlug him to tail under all tha indictment! pending
against him
Powell, tbe painter of De Soto disiovering the
M siiseippi, has painted portraits of Mrs. end Miss
Coitins, wbo were lost in the Arctic
Taera were «ix deaths from sun stroke yesterday—
5 men and 1 woman.
Tbe Bank statement for list ire»k foots up as fol
lrw-: Loans and dissonnts 553,573,212; Spoci-) 915,-
641 970: Circulation #7.394 961: Deposit -$81 9'>3 955
Mr Rlcbsrd Ruydam. a wealthy and well known
m»rahant of this city, died on Saturday.
Ssles testerday of ft!0(>0 Virg'nia 6's at S93J, and
$10,1)00 Va 3's at «9fiJ
From New Mexico.—Prom the Squatter Sover
eign. published at Atch'son, Kansas Territory, of the
26tb, we lea'n that Major Rose, lite agent for the
Utah Indians in Utah Territory, with his family ar
rived there on the 21st instant. Sixteen parsons ac
companied him.
Maj »r Kose made the trip from Salt Lake Valley
In forty-three days On their j >urney they passed
two mail trains M»j r Rose represents that he did
nots-e or hear of a h .stile Indian on the Plains, and
d«cies tbe correctness of all reports about outrages
being perpetrated by tha Indians, tb« story ol a train
b-ine intercepted, and one hundred persona murder
ed, iC.
Ths Great Wedding—We find tbe following
despatch in the New York Herald, dated from Alba
ny. wher6 Judge Conklin, the lather of the bride,
resides:
"The 'stylish and expenrive wedding,' advertised
to t-.ke place at tlte 9t Nicholas, doss not taSe p'ace.
it ia given up by the most deeply interested.'
Fatality—Of tho passengers on Losrd the boat
Ba'tiraore. from Cincinnati, for Louisville, K.y., on
Fiiday last, six died withcboleta.
I iiiiUVALo 4l Ids PRiaciPAi HOTELS
YEBTEROAY-
A MERIT AN HOTEO.-W PQllimii, Richmo D d :
S S lid A Knee, J C Davis. Baltimore; 8 Cbob
hock, N Y; K M Logan, Alexandria; J C Tyler, Rich*
mOBC*; R A Speed J 8 Speed J P Putins, T J Taylor,
ijiaoville; J W Logan. Woocbld; F B Miller. Va; W
Dabney Amelia; J M 8 zar, Kreoka'br: B H Har.-i
--« n, Pr Edwd;TGKaeo Petersbg; MrPattorson Dr
W R Ball, Ch> ateilie d; V P-»rrieb Mrs M K Hobaon
W Hobaon, J If Baldwin, h M Willi mi, Mi'sC VVil*
iioina, J H Jenn ngs, Cumberland; A A Neel, Wil*
liimabure; J Micbanx, Powha'ati; J J*ffrees, Cincin"
nati: Ctias J Campbell, Danville; Mits L Campbell"
Phiisda; H M Cumciings J W Cummines. Wilmicc.
ton: A .1 Ketley, Char'^ton.
f»T CHARLSS HOTEL—Dr J A Matter', Ro P
Smith, D F Ward. J M Tbomas Va; Dr W H Roh
er-aor N;tt>way; A Wining, St Louis; VV J Mil a,
W B dark and son, S C Caimuisok. Ltui'a; Col I) H
E Sanders, Madison; A P Rout, Oranga; J P Ireland,
T Martin and lady. Col J B Hargrcva and lady, mas
ter Hargrove, Nelson; L Lavy Sp jttgclvaais; S J
Varnier, Palsbg; GPa.rish, Hanovar; A Allen. Tex
at; mn Smith, mrs R A Willie, Cheaterfield; m's«
Dnwuay, W M Wi!i:». Kieg Wm; W A ionss, Ed B
w Appers n, Chas City; J H Hawkins, Surry; W T
Ki by C L Cooke, Portsmi-nfb; B II Hudy. Norfolk;
C R Maaoc, Va: J M Frayser, W Frayser, j C Er»-
laod, Cornberlasd; .f»s F, Burr*as. Gooehlacd; N R
Cocks, J Harnett. J Griffin R C Terrolt. H Tarre'l,
W A Scruggi, R P **c-oggi. J Micbaux
Powhatan; W VV Motely; W Baazly. Buckingham;
w H Ma>o Cacob'il«od; J S Nicholss. Bactinsrr;
A fori, Carteravile; J M Parepiin Howardavill?-;
I Ha rr i°. Bcaklngbam; VV S Deuprea, Lunenbu* t
JM P t fiko'. Cb«a City; Dr R E Baas Pjwh3ta ,
vv J Bano«r, jr, W H Hsfcdsioith, J VV Htnry, H»-
IH«»; HTsckar. Mecklanbu.g; Capt C Barr.ea, C H
*sbertson. lady, 2 ebi dreo and T C Palnsore,
Cba io»t«; J Digon Nslaon; W W VVorsham. Notto
way; P H Cudden, N C; Capt H Mil dr, T Gibbs arid
« n, Chestsrfiaid; Dr Stamps, lady, 3 children and
«v ,T A 'A')l a y, L>r D M Carrie, NC; T H Brown,
King Wm; J n Tayltr, Cbarlcf e; A F Rice, R &. D
a H; VV C Smith, Hanover; E J Btugh, F O Har
ct k Cbastarfialc; Capt Serujgs Va; T P E»rou#hlv,
P Bdord: D J Hill, star Augus'.a; W B Taylor. \V
t>a. fa ne, O Si. A H K; P C tloule, J M
Bbrod* Rietmond; W M Jarde la, Wasbintt >n: J P
D«G.atf St: Rfl Clack. J B Daggar. G C Roger;,
Va; A A Barra, J O Harris, Louisa; J Dottor, Alb; N
F D»v, H»nr*co
*X-.BANGfi HOTEL.—B S Coleman, CNBw
rii J Huntßr, J C Wiigbt and lady, Miss Withe's
I W "-»r.i l«( D au, C»roii»e;.» HRr wan, RT Massie,
VV W T R B rogkenbrjugb, Va: J M Jeccii.- K« N Y;
R T vV lstiuou, Saldino e; TKQooJa. BoydtoD; D
F Koyd, VVfth«vi)ie: LT Gatewood, Heurieo: E J
Mean*, 8 C; A J C'nrtar. W H Dyaoo, Nottowav; J J
Hrawn Richmond; D B Easley, A Yt»u»ll, Halifax;
Dc G L Niohclso«> % Middlesex; Wm C Reeee, J m
Shaocldford and lady Charleston; R R Carter, Ch-u
U ,t ri T , C G Carroll Univ'ty of Va;
K M Jordon, Jds Colei.Mao. Alleghany; Li Wri*ric
Carol.ne; JA? St John, bath; J G tturruss, Caro iue;
C \V Colonriin Ootchlaad; W RC
K»nt; Col Taliaferro, Culpeper; J B Urquart.
SoutbaiEptor,; E F Tracy, N Y; Miss M Mason, M:<a
N Mason, M;sa C Mseen, Miss E Mason, VV K ManoD,
•®J ? Maurey, Va; Mrs f> }an 4 children and 2svu,
Halt; D F Brashear, Va; Col Cl*Col«o>an, Leuit :
Coohrin, child and svr; Cna'kv'le; !t Haws W'ic:
Miss B A Chaoeler. Va; VV VV Wot, 1 folk, Caroline
( OLI7MBIAN HOTKL-J P Young, J G VVeod
fin, J T Gregory, M VV Varaiu G Rudes J Howo!,
Cheste fl;ld; J R Brown, J B Hamilton. Phtlads; A
5 £* s '" n *" d fr,Bn <>, T H Smith. Va; VV T Herman,
N O; VVpa H Matthew*, E R Miller, J S Brummal,
G ioohlatid; T L Arrit'gton, Campbell; VV S Carter,
rKtayivanU; J S KuUer, Diuwiddie; Wm Q Dicker
*.°? J K Brown . Nottoway; J T Branch. Kr Edwd;
L ~, Halifax; VV Roull, R< oaoke; G P Gross,
* %V Daviisan VV W Harusaa. Or Ch« VV
rears Mercer; Jos Walsh O Ellvson, PeNsrs'iurg;
Aorh "»y NC; J L Brooke, J R Feaganei, Fau
fa X Daw ° Mja Dawd ant 3 chiloicn. Franklin;
i .. r JL Kichmd; J F Leftwicb, S C Ssooe J H
atovall, D Herrus. J-rirceton Coll-g-; A J Chandler,
V ll Jooeaand l-d», Pet«r«b;; J Vl' Har.-r.
J 8 Crafton Va; J Walker, N C; VV c
mV'd RB; * V Fir S*y. d « O: Jioei. Rich-
marine njbw». "
'*OR? or SLICHJsONO, Joly4
AHRIVEI),
SchrHaxall, Smith, New y„rk. mdz. D Currie
Icbr W-llam r'l T- iia f " N8 ' « Carrie.
,a*ehr Van Nau'e, Van Name, New York, hay and
Co^A r i,?k T C. Wll^, • WlUon " Baltimore, nida, W D
Co.quiu k C.? IWir ' Tr4V * r *' N jffo,k ' Wm D
C *chr John Hart, Smltb, Maine, ilme, Bridgford k
w u LSS'uTtTc F „ irajer ' BUtUr< -
Schr J VV Ro«cb. Johnson, New York, hay
S atte '?.*' B«i>la>ore, luc bar.
Bcar Hope. Creighton, Baltimore, do
Sthr Henrietta, Springs Petersburg, oo
„ . SAILED,
Currie. Y ° tk> AdlkiDt ' New YBrk . David
W S UcS!; r J« k C c?' o *' Dupay - Jer,e » «»•>.
w C !? r^t« b r''A?' i 8 8 * ,cot Oreen. light.
8 c w Olcott, Bourne, Baltimore, light
100 j u,t rece »ved
ani will be sold at Factors prices.
~6 THOMAS W KEEtEE.
- J ' No it" Pear! at
SALE.— Kichiuoud City fctociT
ui Vt" i'E?'* C " U P°" Moid"
Bonds T «"=«<=. Railroad («r.t mortgage)
Htcbmond aad Danville RaMroad Bunds
i! H. MAURY u CO.
AMUBEMENT3.
|> ALLOON ASCENSION! •!
,h Jiis* L , LO< l H -"CENSION advert'sed by
rha subscriber for th« 4tb lost, and postponed on
a-eonot of tha w*a'h-r. will taka pi ass on
MONDAY EVENING, at 4 o'clock.
AGRICULTURAL°PAIR GROUNDS!!!
MISS HODGDON
WILL POSITIVELY ASCEND WITa THE
__ , AMONAUT.
Or the money of those %ehn tubtcr be will be refunded.
D aBf JTLEMKN WILL BE LtT VP
from lfv» to 500 F£lT !
J* S -It a f riißi?i
XUL the fayetfe artillery
F«£>i respectfully announes that they will give a
GRAND EXHIBITION *
FIRE ° WORKS!
AT TUK
AGRICULTURAL FAIR GROUNDS,
On tile Evening of July 4th, 1855.
THE ARMORY BAND
will b« lo attendance.
Tuskata of'idmiaaion 25 oanta—to be had at the
W Gate, open at 7J o'clock. Exhibition will com
mence at o'clock j 0 23-6t
POSTPONEMENT.—In consequence of
the inclement weather on the evacinc of the 4tii,
tna aoova Exhibition eras pos'pon*d vntil
MONDAY EVENING, July 9, 1555.
J T 6—3t
FOURTH OF JULY EXCUB
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK,
Steamship Company's Steamers,
VIRGINIA Cant Teal
PENNSYLVANIA Capt. GiffoßD.
CITY OF KICHMOND....Capt, Mitchell.
_/?£* Z? Steamers will leave Richmond on
TUESDAY, Jnly 3d.
FRIDAY. July 6,
TUESDAY. July 10.
~ru .. u - v , ,or PHILADELPHIA,
When (iokets will be aiven to proceed to NEW
YORK by any of tha different motes.
Returnns. will leave Philadelphia on SATUR
DAY, July 7th; WEDNESDAY, July lltb; SATUR
DAY, July 14th.
Fare to Philadelphia and back, and found, only $10
Fare to New Yerk and bask, (fonnd to Philadel
phia and back ) fls
ITV-A fi ae opportunity is here offered at low rates,
combined with comfort, to enjjy a short trip at sen;
and elso the pleasure of a visit to either Philadelphia
or New York.
Tickets for tale at the offiseof the Company.
jeSO—tioth H. K. TUTTLE, A sent'
HAY —Landiog day, for sale from
the Dock.
jy 6 R H WHITLOCK k SON.
VIRGINIA HOUSE.
rHAVE two vacant rooms on tbe first
fl >or, suitable for two small families or one large
one—very plea«aat rooms. I would like to have a
feivmore Day Boarders I have also rooms to ac
commodate my country freinds, all of which will be
cburged very moderate.
N. P—! wish to hire immediately a good female
CtJOK. One •without encumbrance preferred. Ap
ply to the subscriber at tbe above home
Jy6—lt* JORN TAXMAN.
LAKUS <Sr SHINE are daily receiviog
addition® to tha la r j?e and handsome stock of
Parlor and Chamber Furniture The workmanship
and variety of patterns which they exhibit in the
Sales Rooms, cannot be excelled by any other house
in the trade The public and the country trade
would do well to examine their stock before pur
chasing els?where, as they are determined not to
be outdone by any other house in securing the re
putation of selling fashionable Furniture at very low
orics. Call and examine for yourselves at No. 74
Mei i s'reet. jy 6-lOt
HAY. —400 bales Northern Hay, land
ing this day in the Dock from the J W. Roach,
ail shipped utder deck, and a prim« artie'e: for sale
bj j? 6 — It* & CO.
UMBEK.—63 (100 feet Oakltioard*, best
A quality.
46.0110 feet inch BUTTONWOOD.
45 000 feet 5-8 do
ao.eon fo-t ASH.
Landing in tbe Dock and for sale by
JAMES GONN,
jy 6—3t Corner 17th ar,d Broad sts.
kTnk; ok vikuinia, >
Richmond. Sd Julv, 1855. {
r TVHE President and Directors of this
Bank have declared a Dividend of four and a
quarter percent ou' of the proStc of the Bank for
toe last six months snbjeet te the deduction of i per
o? n «r> a,| D |AA tU tii ®. State - which leaves f ,ur per cent,
0r.«,» 89-100 per bhare payable to the Stockholders.
JV 6 SAM'!, MARX, Cashier.
TyOTICE. —i hereby appoint Mr. Kobert
J. Wgadell mv ageoc to carry on the GROCE
RY and CONFECTIONARY, or to use my Horses
aod Cart as he things bast.
All the busing and trading will be for cash, as I am
net respinsibla for any but cash,
jy 6 3t' MARY W PEPPEP.
H IK E.—A good Jf'arru Hand.—
£ Also « small girl, suitable for nur»ing, and three
your g negro women. Apply to
jy 6 -3t WM. QOULDIN.
ROKBEKY. —My work-shoj) was robbed
on the night of the 3rd of July. I mm—
I rol) Drab DarTus* ; 1 l»rg« piece Black En
amel Leather; 2 «»tt« Sim Curtains ard Fringes; aboct
f"l»« or fiftsen dollars worth of scrap silver; 1 roll
fine Carper, Tools, to.
jy S-lt* T. H FOWLER.
!W"OTIUE. persons indebted to the
L» estate of tho late Joseph C VVlngSeld are ie»
ques'.ed to come forward a-id »ettle thoir accounts
without de'ay, sni the credifcicf the said estate are
requested to present their claims, dulv anthentlcate.,
to the undersigned, at his office, on Back street, be
tween Ith and 10th streets.
B. R WELLFORD. Jr,
jy 6—lQt* A drr.'r of J C. Wingfiild. d»«-.M.
r rV\KE—Prepared Farina 1 tablespoon
-- ful, milk cr water (baling) 1 quart. sprinSle the
Ferlna Into the boiling milk slowly, boil moderately
for 20 minute*; ssafon with salt, and Semple's
K'xtract of Lemon, or nutmej This forms an admi
rable diet for children with weak bowels or delicate
constitutions Sold by S. P. SBMPLE,
jy 6 201 Main street.
/2J.UANO. —39 t ns No. 1 Peruvian Gu»-
V-J no afloat, for sale by
jy 6 PAVENPORT, ALLEN A CO.
QUGARS —70 packeges Loaf, Crushed,
Powdered and Coffee Sugars, for tale by
j7 6 DAVKNPORT, CO.
la gCTSI ' NOTICE TO TRA
VELLERS OOING
iNmRTH —Tne General having deemed
it pr per to make a transfer of hi! Maile from the t Id
and familiar route via Fredericksburg and Aqui*
Greek to Washington. e> long knewn to the pub!"-. *e
one of the lafest.and mot regular route in the Union
and placed tiisui «u (he circuitous route via Gordons
*ille, beiiause he couid transport them (notwith
standing a loss of ti(n> to the traveller) a greater
nomber of miles for a little le»e money than by the
present Air Line route, it is due to the public to ap
prise them of the fact, aud to inform them of the
following unrivalled schedules:
Leave Richmond daily at 6;3U A M ard 7:30 P. M ,
except on Sunday, when the hour is 6:30 A. M only;
arrive in Washington at 2 P M. and 3 A M.; arrive
in Baltimore at 5 P. M and 7:3't A M
PBICB OF THROUGH TICKETS.
From Richmond to Waibington ..$5 SO
Do do Baltimore. 6 00
Do do Philadelphia 8 00
For further information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to JAMES B. WINSTON,
Ticket Agent.
Office Richmond, K. & P R. R Co , i
Richmond, July 1, 1855 5 jy 8
PASSENGERS FOR NEW
ZUiMtß&e. YORK PER STEAMSHIP ROAN
OKE—The U 8. Matl Btesmihip ROANOKE, Cipt.
Siianer, leavee City Point Saturday morning lot
New York, via Norfolk
Passengers desiring to take this cheap and com
fortable conveyance can do so bj the Petersburg cars,
which leave at o'clock Saturday morning, where
the Purser of the ship will be stationed to furnish
tickete
Tickets and Berths seea'ed at our office, Sa«th
side of the Basin during th? day.
Only 111 0 through to New York, meals included .
jy 6—lt LUDLAM k WATSON.
FARMERS' KA.SK OK Vinu|.MA,(
Tuesday, 3d July, 1855 J
THE President and Directors of thin
Bask have declared a dividend of four and on*
quarter per eent. cut of the profit of the last si*
uon'hf, sn'ject to a i per cant bonus to the State,
leiving 4 per cent., payable to th« stockholders
jy 4-10: J A SMITH, Cashier.
r Subscriber bai determined to re
i move his former location on the sth of the pre
sent month, from Rocketts to Church Hill, on the
cerner of Broad and 25th rs , near the Presbyterlsn
Cbnroh, where be will keep ae heretofore his MAR
KET HOUSE supplied with Leth MEATS and
VEGETABLES of all kinds E. CRAIG
ji 4 —St*
H ERRING U.S. C. No. i
VJ Gross Herrings for sale STOKES fc CO.
jT 4
VINEGAR —25 bbls Cider Vibegar for
» jy_4 hTOKES h C>
HORSE tSIiOEU—U > ke«s ail sizes for
sale. jvj HTOKKIS fc CO
FRESfI B UT T E R—KrcriviLfl iioiJy
from the Vd!ley of Virginia W# t-ave red 'e«H
tte piict to 35: per lb nnii farther ••tise. Deai
»r« supplied on liberal terms
HUL4T k KINO,
i jy 3 CMd t Jfraaklla k., s*d 110 Uie*4 sC
APCTIOir SALES.
rurifßE DAva.
MY TAYLOR & WILLIAMS:
A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, 2
THE CITY, AT AUCTION -
"• THURSDAY. 19th Jnly. at so'clock P. M . anon
.fj? • w '" b6 ■ 3 '* of Laod. lylcg
on the New BrVge or !»tony Baa road, two mile* ba
,°T i? j '■ Mll adloiuinf the load* of Mr*. Ron,
John finders, and other*. There are abeut 41 acres
11°" 'k* rem *'n<lcr Uln a high itate of fertility,
" "••'owing crop will show. The property will
be divided, or *?ld •» a whole, at may ha desired at
the tine of aale. It i* believed that thl* land offer*
'"<!oce«rent* to tboae wishing to parehcas a
va u%ble farm near the ctv, than any other now in
the market, and it 1* desired that those In want will
T'2Jt it before the day of ssle.
rntM* will be very liberal acd will be made known
at the time of rale
i»« TATI.OR h WILLIAMS, Auctc.
A SMALL FARM APJACENT TO
CITY. AND NRAR TO THE BROOKE
fkANK ROAD, AT AUCTION.—On TUEBDAY,
17th July, at 5 o'clock P. M . upon the premises,
will be ioH a neat Farm of 12 acre*, lying on the old
10 j' J^. ,nlle, from 'he city, near the Brooke Plank
road, being immediately to the eut of Diokman's
a"o' u * <! j t ' io,n * the 'and* cf Jesse William*. Jno.
*• Parker, and other*. The improvement* consist
of a new framed dwelling, with aboot *ix rcoma, and
the plane 1* well enclosed, with a well of water —
The .tind i* all cleared and ready for cultivation 1*
considered valuable for gardening purposes, and may
be made abeautifal pl%ce
Term* at tale. TAYLOR It WILLIAMS.
J* 6 Auots.
Household ami kitchen fur
niture. FOR BALE AT AUCTION.-On
THURSDAY, 13th inst., commencing at 10 o'clock
A.M, on Franklin, between Bth and 9th ctreetc,
we will *ell the entire itock of Household and
Kitchen Furniture of a centleman who i* about to
decline housekeeping. The Furniture i* nearly new
and in good order, and consist* of the nsual assort
ment kept in a genteel family.
By order of the Trustee.
a TAYLOR & WILLIAMS. Aoeta.
The above building will be for rent.
It contains aboat ten rooms, with water and
gas. Possession to be had on the 14th Julv.
Jy 3 T. t W.
TP HE HANDSOME FARM RNOWN
1 AS STR* WBFRRY PLAINS. WITH STOCK.
IMPLEMENTS AND FURNITURE. AT AUC
TION —Oc MONDAY. 9 h Ju'y. at 10 o'clock A. M.,
upon the premises. I shall sell the Farm U'hereon I
reside known as " STRAWBERRY PLAINS,"
ljing on the Charlec City Road, about 5 miles below
the city. There are 6W acres, 250f which aie cleared
and highly improved, the remainder in woods The
dwelling ic an excellent building, with 5 momc and
a I the unual necessary out-hnuses, all in gcod order.
Possession of the land will be given bj Ist Octo
ber, and full possession by Ist December onxt
Terms—One-third on the Ist of October; balance
at 6 and 12 munthc f<om day of cale, with interest
from Ist October, credit payment* to be stcured by
a trust deed.
After the sale of the Farm, will be cold the stock
of Horcec, Cows, Hegs. Carriage, Carts, 4to.
Terms—Sams under 820 cash; ever that amount
90 d»yc' credit, for approved notec with Interect
added.
NEQROEB FOR SALE PRIVATELY —I have a
valuable yuung woman accustomed to Fart* work,
with 2 children, and several young negroes, vhich I
wish to sell privately, to remain in the couutf.
Persons desirous of purchasing, can view fa's Farm
at any time previouc to the sale.
STEPHEN CHILD,iEY.
Taylor fc Wit.liams. Auctc.
je 2S-eod.sthJulyii.dtd
BV THOMAS W. KEESEbI ~ ~
[Office with Gao. J. Sumner, No. 20 Peavl •!.]
HORSES AND MULES FOR »SALE
-*C*?tAT AUCTION.— Will he sold on SATUR
DAY morning, Julj 7th, at 10 o'clock at tha Horse
Aurtion Lot, near the Gas Works, severai Saddle
and Harness Horses and Mules.
jT 6 THOMAS W KEESEE, iuet.
BY GODDIN <fc AfPERSON.
VERY VALUAttL.iI, "FARM ON THE
WILLIAMSBURO ROAD. TWO MILES BE
LOW RICHMOND, FOR SALE AT AUCTION
On SATURDAY afternoon, 14»h of July, 18'-5, ats
o'clock, will be sold at auction, on the premise*, that
really valuable Farm, on the Wi;!iam*burg roa<»,
aboat two miles below Richmond, called "DAN
DRIDGE'S," adjoining the land of Mr. John Poe.
on the southeast. The tra;t contains 233 acres, of
which sixty-six 331-1000 ecres lies on the north side
of the roaa, and has upon it all the necessary build
iogs, which, thoueh good, are somewhat out of re
pair. Thst on the south side, contains about 66 acres,
unimproved.
This Utter part wil 1 be divided into lots to suit
purchssers or not, as may be determined on at the
hour of sale. A p'atof the property can be seen at
our office.
Trains—Oca-fourth cash; balance at 6. 12 and 18
raorthi. for negotiable noter bearing interest, se
(B ed by a truit deed.
j?6 GODDIN i APPERSON. Auct'a.
TVTOTICE.—WiII ho sold on the 9th inst.,
X* at Chesterfield Court-Konas, (that being Court
dny ) a likely young woman and two very likely chil
dren—a girl and a boy. The woman is universally
valuable ss a Seamstress, house servant and Nurse,
and all very healthy.
ALSO—I Gold Watch, &c., the property of the
late John P Hatcher, dec'd.
Terms—Cash.
Debtors and creditors are requested to come for
ward and close their accounts.
jy 6—St* E W. POINDEXTER, Adm'r.
WAKTB
WANTED —A PURCHASER.—Mat-
T T ters over which we have no control render
iof our absenea from the city necestary fjr a time,
we wish to dispose of a p*rt or the whole of our it
terestin a flourishing and lucrative manufacturing
business , already established easily understood and
one which any Dractlcai business mau is capable of
conducting If a part only isd spewed of, the best of
references will be given and required Amount of
cipitnl necassarv by the persan or persons applying
from ®30<i0 to 860(0 Address "MECHANIC " Rich
mond P.O. over real nam*. jy6-6t
RICHMOND ii. YORK RIVER RAILROAD, i
July 6th, 1855. }
WANTED —An expt-rienctd hand in
Stune and Brck work, to act as Inspector of
Masonry and Materials on the line of this -o<d Ap
ply at this office. F 8. CLAXTON,
jy 6-3t Chief Engineer, 112 Main st.
Y\ T ANTED —A situation, by a white girl,
" v to do Chamberwork and Sewing or the Hi.use
work ofasmall family. Inquire at MoAdam's build
ing on Franklin street. j?6— It*
WANTED. —Two or three Dining Room
Servants. Apply at the St.Charles Hotel,
jy 4—ts
V^ANTED —A young man to attend in
f s a retail Grocery Store One who understands
tbe business preferred Address through the Post
Office "A B, C.," giving tame and references
jy 4—2 *
INFORMATION WANTED-RICH-
A ARD COLLINS, formerly of the county of King
& Queen, but now it is believed residing in or near
the city of Richmond, will hear of something to his
advantage, by addressing A L D, Dispatcn Office,
Richmond, stating when he can be seen.
Jy 3—2»w2»*
Y\^ANTED —A white girl from 12 to 10
" » years of a»e, to make herself generally use
ful in a small family. One from the country prefer
red. Good recommendations will be required. Such
an one can find a gfod home as long as she chooies.
Apply at the corner of Monroe and Main st« . or at
Howe's Fnrniture Store, betwixt 9th and 10 sts , on
Mainstre-t. jvS—lw*
NEGROES WANTED —We wish to !
purchase nr hire, 6 or 8 able-bodied negro men
of g-oi character to work in onr mi l*. For such
we will pay liberal prices.
We also to purchase or hire, a good CAR
RIAGE DRIVER. Apply to
11 3—dlw HAX ALL &. CO
X\TANTED —A negro man accustomed to
» " GARDENING ana Farm work Apply to
E. J CRUMP.
_j v 3—3 i* Coiner of Leigh and 2d sts.
WANTED—A gxufHouse CARPEN
»» TERj also a WaGON DRIVER, and a good
Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply to
RICHARD SEDGWICK,
jy 3—st* Main street, below Old Market.
LOST.
LOST —A Ulack Pocket and Memoran-
J dam Book, which bad but one posket, in which
ibere were only ten dollars in money, but a good
many papers, wh'ch show that they belong to me,
and which could b« of no use to anyone eIM. A
liberal reward will be given for Its delivery at tbe
office of the Dispatch or at mine
jT4-2t* MARMADUKE JOHNSON.
PREE PAPER* LOST—Lost, on Sun
-- day, between Brooke Avenue a«d the Ci uoty
Courthouse, a Packet Book, containing three dollars
in silver an 4 my FREE PAPERS. I will pay a re
ward for their delivery to me, at Mr. Ro. J.Chris
tian's Tobaeeo Factory, on tbe Dock.
JOSEPH HALEiTOCK.
jy 3—V* A free man of oolor.
T OST.—Sunday morning last, on Grace
M-J bstween 3d street and Centenary Church, a
Muaaij BKE4BTPIN, set In gold stone. The finder
will be tu tably rewarded by leavlog tbe aau* at tbU
office. _ _ jsJJ—lt*
UOARDING- The proprietor is prepar-
MJ ed to furnssh Board by the day or week, on tbe
m si literal terms, at tfaa Marlboro* Hotel, on Wall
user. mv H—ts J. HARDY
CUUAKS.—Crufb'd l<ml, Powdered,
M Granulated and CoAe« Siijai* It eale
7 « MOKES k CO.
AUCTIOTf BALEB.
FI'TKKK PATH.
BY GODDIN fc APPERSON.
VALUABLE brick tenement on
• I R9HACL AND MD STREETS FOR RALE
AT AUCTION.—WiII be*old on Monday.the J:b day
of Jaly.on the prem r cec,eomtnenctn* at 5 o'clock.that
really rain able brick dwelling at the corner of Mar
shall and 2nd streets, now hi the oceapanev of Mr.
Washington 0111, at an annual rant of 5275. The
house contains six room*, besides ample servantc*
accommodation*. Term*—one fifth each; balance at
4. 8 12 and 18 months. for negotiable note*, interest
added, and title retained till last note i* paid
JT » qOODIN fc APPERSON, Aacts.
HHRUSTEE'S hale at auction of
1 A LARGE NUMBER OF MOST BEAUTI
FUL BUILDING LOTS IN THE PLAN OF BVL
yiDKRF, AND SYDNEY, NEAR HOLLYWOOD
CEMETARY—By virtue of a tract deed executed
to the subscriber by R B Tyler and wife, dated let
Jane, 1155, dulv recorded in Henrico C nnty Court,
I (halt proceed to cell, at public aaction, on the
premicec, on THURSDAY, the I2th day of Jaly.
1855, commencing at 4J o'clock, P M , If fair. If not
the next fair day, about. 41 mint beautlfnl building
lot* in the plausof Belvidere and Sydney, near ta
Hollywood Cemetery, and ftlso to the reiidecceof
** ; d Tyler. A plat of these lot* can ba oeen at tne
office of the aucdoner*.
Terms :-On»-tliird ca*h; balance at 6 and 13
months bearing interest, aid title retained till last
note : * pa'd
At the iaroe time and plane, will be cold two bay
Horse* onaCtrtiase and Harneis, one Wagon and
Harness, a negro Woman named Mary and her infant
child, a negro Man named Mike, one Cow.
Terms:—For the Pereonal Ectate, (except clavee)
4 month* credit for approved endorsed negotiable
paper. For the Slave* cash.
. „ „ v w - GODDIN, Trustee.
Sale conducted by
, GODDIN & APPERSON,
J® 21 Aoetl .
Handsome building lots on
THE MAIN STREET, MANCHESTER,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION —Will be *old on
TUESDAY, the 10th day of July, 1855, on the pre
mise*, commencing at 5 o'clock, two of the mo*t
beautiful Lot* in Maochecter, [being a part of the
square on which Candc the Farmer*' Hotel, I front
ing each aboot 40 feet on Hull atreet.
Tfrms—One-fonrth cash; ba'nnce at 3, 6 ard 9
month*, for necotiable notes, interect added, and
title retained til! last note is paid,
je 59 GODDIN it APPERSON. Aucts.
Houses and lots at port
mayo, and eight fine mulek, at
AUCTION—WiII be sold, on WEDNESDAY AF
TERNOON, th* 11th Jaly. 1855, on Louisiana street.
Port Mayo, commencing at 5 o'clock, the excellent
grocery stand in Port Mayo, on Louisiana street,
now in th» occupancy of Mr. Tucker, at the enDnal
rent of 8100; alto, lot No 9, on Nicholson, Centre
and Bpring *tre*ts; also. 33 acret of valuable wood
land, near Williamsburg road, about 7 miles below
Richmond, ad joining the land of Williamson Allen
and others. Also eight fine young mules.
Terms : For the real estate, ooM-third cash; bal- j
ance at 3 and 6 months, bearing interest : for the
mules four months credit for approved endorsed! i
nczotiabie paper, bearing interest,
j? 3 GODDIN & APPERSON, Aucts.
House and ion is™ street,
NEAR TO VENABLE ST., FOR SALE AT
AUCTION—WiII be cold on MONDAY, the 9th of
July, 1855, on the premisec, commencing at 6 o'clook
P. M , the excellent framed Dwelling on the east
line of 18th street, near to Venable street, now in
the occupancy of .
Terms —One-fourth cash; balance at 8, 6 and J
months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and ti
tle retained till last note is paid.
jy3 OODDIN U APPERSON.Auct*.
BY PAYNF. & MAYO.
rpRUSTEE'S BAL.ii A T AUCTION OF
JL A HANDSOME AND VALUABLE HOUSE
AND LOT ON 6th ST., NORTH OF LEIGH —8y
virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me by RoberL
R. Dnval, on the £2 J day of January, 1849, and rf re
cord in the C erk'c Office of the Court of Hcctingc
f-ir the ci'y of Richmond, for the purpese of securing
a certain sum of money to Chaa D Everett, Ex'r of
Chas. Everet\ dee'd, I sh»ll proceed to sell at peblie
auction, to the highest bidder, on the premUei, on
WEDNESDAY, the 11 ■ H day of July, 1855, at 5
o'clock P. M , (if fair; if not the next fair day.) a
certain lot, piece or parcel of lacd, lying and helm
in the city of Richmond, on the Eastern side of 6th
street N<"rth of Leish street, fronting on 6th street
feet and running back ISO feet within parallel
lines, designated as Lot No 5 on a plan and survey
drawn by Jos. J. Pleasant", annexed to and recorded
with a Deed bearing date the Ist Januarv, 1848 from
Lucian B Price and Benjamin Pollard. Jr., Ex'r* of
Thomas Price, dee'd. to Jo»et>h Allen end Welling
ton G^dditi; on which s«id Lot there is a very good
Brick Dwelling-boase and other necessary building*.
Although the title i& believed to be good, acting as
Trustee, 1 wili convey such enly as is vested in mo.
Term j—One-third cash; the "balance at 6 and 12
months, with interest added, secured by a Deed of
Trust. EDMUND ANTERSON. Truitee.
Sale conducted by Payne &. Mayo, Aucts.
je 26
WILL be sold on FRIDAY, the 20th
dny of July, if not sold privately before, that
very valuable farm in thecoanty of Hanover, on the
Central Railroad, about eight miles from this city,
upon which I now reside, containing 552 ->eres of
land, about 300 of which is cleared and in cultivation,
the balance in fine timber, consisting of oak, ches
uut. hickory and walnut. The improvements con
sisting of a commodiousidwellin? house, new barn,
stables, kitchen, oarriage house, its., in a good state
of repair.
For terms, apply to the subscriber on the premi
ses, or to Lee & Biyley, Attorneys at Law. lltb St.,
Richmond, where a plat of the property can be leen.
Possession given 15th December.
my 21—dtd* BAM'L HOHEBER.
COMMISSIONER 8 SALE OF VALU
ABLiS FARM. IN HENRICO, ON THE
RICHMOND AND FREDERICKSBURG R R, 8
MILKS KROA> RICHMOND—As Commissioner ef
the Circuit Court of Henrico, in a decree pronoun
ced on the 6th day of November, ISM. in the cise of
Jennings, fce ,vs Jennings, Sic . I shall proceed to
sell, at public anction, on the premises, on FRI DAY.
THE 6th OF JULY, 1855, at II o'clock, if fair, if
not, the next fair day, the valnable landed estate of
which the late William Jennings died seized situa
ted on the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad,
abont 8 miles from Richmond, and adjoining Hungary
Water Station, consisting of the F«rm on wtich de
cedent resided at tbe time of his death, and 4 tract
of wood land of 74 acres, on the road 'eadieg from
Brook Turnpike to Hungary Water Station The
Farm contains 232 3-4 acres, a portion of whichlsin a
high state of cultivation, the balance in wood and
timber. The improvements are nearly new, and are
sufficient for all tbe purposes of tbe place. Tb e place
will be divided to suit bidders A plat of the prcp
erty can be seeis at cffice of the auctioneeri.
TERMS —One fourth ca«h; balance at I and 2 years,
for bonds, bearing interest, with good security, and
title retained till the whale purchase toonej *M paid,
or the farther order of the court
SAM'L COTTRELL, »R,
Commissioner.
Sale conducted ly Messrs. Qoddin II Apphrson.
je 15—2iwtds
FOR PHILADELPHIA—
mnmmi\ "1 • NORFOLK—TWICE a WF.FK.
The A No. 1 Steamship CITY OF RICHMOND,
Captain Z Mitchell, is n»w ready to receive
freight, and will leave cn FRIDAY, Julyfitb, at
o'clock A. M.
For freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations apply to H. E TUTTLE,
jy 4—St Agent, Rocketts.
F O R SALE—A first-rate pair of
Ajj.' young and well-broke MULES. Apply at
this office. jy 2—-lw
PROPOSALS will
be received until Thursday,
luly 6th, for transporting the U. S. Mail between
V«. Central Railroad Depot and Richmond Post
Office, the csntract to last one year.
H D WHITCOMB, Supt. Transportation.
Office Va Central Railroad Co, >
Richmond, June 30, 1855 5 jy 2—4t
f TNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY —
L TWICE A WEEK FOR PHILADELPHIA.—
Ui.til further notice one of the Company's Steam
ers will leave Richmond for Philadelphia every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY, stopping at City Point
aud Norfolk as heretofore.
While running as above, freight will be received
at all times. H. E. TUTTLE,
je29—fit Agent.
*v_ STRAY HORSE.—Strayed from
the Court House of Henrico county, about
4 weeks ago, a small isO&REL MARE, with a Star
in tbe forehead and b.ith hind feet white— o ether
scars or marks about her remembered. A liberal re
ward will be psid for her delivery to me at the
Cc urt-House of Henrico
jy 3—ts L W. TIMBKRt.AKr
CO A L.—The subscribers are uow pre
pared to furnish best CLOVER HILL LUMP
COAL at S5, nnd Hail at 84 .'0; and kee» constantly
on hand white and red ash ANTHRACITE COAL,
which they are prepared to furnish on as good terms
as it can be purchased id the city. Tbey also keep
a good article <>f ooal for Bmith's purpose*. Orders
Uft at tboir office, at tbe yard adjoining the Peters
burg Depot, or at their lower office, comer of Dock
and IMb streets, will be promptlv attended to.
jy 3—Gt WM- H. PAVIB fc CO.
POUND—On the 28th ult., a POCKET
JL BOOK, cnotainins a small sum of money. The
owaerenn set it by tailing a( this office jy 3
OOFT CKABB.—The subscriber will
O have on band, THIS DAY a ro*ily luperior lot
of SOFT CRASH, together with otl)«r dalicacte* of
the nnoa. Hta BAR. la aupplied with the beats!
LI vinOSB and CIUARB. Uue me a call and judge
for yoaieeU. ROBERT RKIB,
Verandah Hoaae,
Northern and New Vegetable Market.
ijSSt*
ICE CUE AM FBEEZBRS—Austin's
A Patent M*|'C Freezer, th- ba.t In u»e, producing
the ffneet Ctenna In the ahortett poaelble time. AIM
the eoouaott fIHHH Md I®/.,? *JL_
]j4 OVUUJLT H CO,
AUCTIOW BAU3fc
THIS PAY.
BV RICHARD CAUTHORK.
BACON HEBtoiGi. TOBACCO, Ac,
m. .w. *^19"- Tb, « friIOAT) morning. at
?hV. *'* 1 ° t will Mil at paHlc •=4iio». 6
loitl ,te , eo " rUt , lß * of Hatra Shoaldara and
k®" r " , " Tob ' ,w> i bo***, *oap,
Itß CAHTHORW. Aim*.
HY ALtX\ND£t NOTT
NI T URE, AT THE, ruVon HOUSE-*?;
proprietor of ths Pie-catt Horn intend!.?
elia* bnaineia. will offer for aale at taction, on FRI
- J D ', Xt - Ja,r fith - «' 10 o'clock, the entire -»~nfc
of Farcitnre in ta'.d home. coneieting ef eeveral lane
and valuable Bed*; M&hofnoy and o<her Table*-
Chairs; Bo f as; *everal Carpets; China pnani Cut
Otaea Ware; China and BiitioiU Ware; Coffe« and
Tel Sfti, kc«
» —A lar«e lot Kitebea Farniturt; Tin and
Iron Ware: CookiegSfovea, Ac.
•I? 4 AI.EX NOTT. Anct.
BY LARUS A SHINE ~
T AKGE STOCK OF GOLD AND BIL-
A-* VRR LEVER WATCH EH, CHAINS
SffFnWW * C < AT AUCTION—On oeit
. i l .7 6tb eomtDfnciag at 10
o elock. we will sell at public taction, so ear larca
■alee room,* op efairt the largest and handsomest
•tock of Gold and Bilver Lever and Lepioe Watehe#;
Fob and Breast Chain#; Lai<set and Gentlemem'
Breastpins; B'occbea, Braeetetta; Gold Psncila; Ear
■«»«»•*«» *c., evcr in thi« market, beta*
the eifeera of a dealer who it determined to diapoea
of hia entire stack.
All articles are warranted to be at repreeeated, or
£%s,;srai - «t:sz, .*"*'• *"■" wi "
iVD,T,O„.L_W,»yKMirS.i^i..
commencing at 9 o'clock
An Gold and Silver headed CANES.
ALSO—A h%nd«ome assortment of Parlor a*d
Chimher FURNITURE, embracing tbe uaual aa>
aortment. LARUS k SHINE.
■" 4 Ancta.
BY GCDDIN k APPERSON.
\T ALUARLE FARM IN HENRICO,
„». r °N RICHMOND AND fredericksbcfg
AND ON Pi>*NK ROAD FOR SALE
AT AUCTION.— WilJ be »old. on FRIDAY, the 6th
July, on the premises, comm>ccing at I o'clock, tbe
Farm located as above, now owned andcccnpied by
Mr P. H Waldrop. Tbe farm contain* 172 acre* of
l ird about 100 acre* open land and now la a high
state of improvement j the remainder in wood*, con
veniently located. There i* on the place all tbe uinal
and necessary building* for the accommodation of a
amah rze family.
Terms.—One-third cash; balance at 6 and 12 mo* ,
for negotiable note*, intereat added scored by a
tiost deed. GODDIN fc APPERSON,
J 8 Anctioneer*.
DISSOLUTIONS, &c.
DISSOLUTION of CO-parlniui*-
SHIP. —The co-partnership heretofore exi»"»*
between tne undersigned, under the firm of JOHN
N. GORDON & SON, was dusolved on the 30th of
June, JAM£B GORDON having disposed of hi* in
terest in the business to JOHN N. GORDON, who
will liquidate tbe debts of tbe concern.
Those indebted to tbe iate firm are rf quested to
settle their acc ants with a* little delay a* p ssible.
JOHN N. GO K DON,
JAMES GORDON.
JOHN N. <iUKIX»i will continue the
business lately conducted by John N G >rdon k Ben,
at tbe old stand on 14th street, near tbe Exchange
Hotel, and offer* for sale t\e usual assortment of
Metal*, Groceiies. Lea'her, Sic., to which be invites
the attention of his friend* and the trade generally,
jy 3—<>6'&clt
DtStjOLini'JN OF CO PARTNER
SHIP—The co-partnership heretofore existing
between the underslsned, the firm cf
WRIGHT t BROTHERS, was dissolved on tbe
Sttth of June having disposed of their business to
SIMPSON St BAGNALL.
Those icdebted to tbe lale firm, are requested to
settle tbetr account* at orce. and the debit* of the
concern will be paid by JOHN WRIGHT. Jr
WM. WRIQHT.
JNO WRIGHT. Ja.,
JaS. B. WfLIGHT.
Richmond, July 3 1855.
WRIGHT'S BAKERY ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 159 Main Street.
The subscribers having boueht out tbe above busi
oe.ss, and leased the premise* for a term of years,
will continue lhe s-ime in all its branches.
They promice to produce a first rate article of
B HEAD, CAKES, CRACKFRS. Ate, being deter*
mined to use the beat materials only, ard respeot
fnlly solicit the patrorage of the f'iends and custo
mers of WRIQHT 6l BKO.'S, and the pdhlio gene
rally .assuring them that no <ffbrt on their part shall
be wanting, to metit public eupport.
The business carried on by the subscribers, for se
veral years past, at No. 7 East Main street, will be
continued as heretofore, and while they soiicit for
the old concern the farther support of their nume
rous friends and customers, they gratefully acknow
ledge and return thanks for the liberal 'avors hitherto
bestowed on them. SIMPSON & BAGNALL.
N. B. Orders from the country for Crackers, Arc ,
addressed to either store, will meat with prompt at
tention. g. £ g.
A CARD.—The subscribers beg to return
' harks to their friandi sod tha public feoorilly for
;he very liberal pa;rona*e beitow-d upon tho lata
concern of Wright 4i. Bro 'a, and take great pleasure
in recommending to their confidence and
the new concern of SIMPSON It BAGNAI.L
jy 3—2 m WRIGHT it BROS.
Dissolution of co-partnek-
SHIP.-Thn firm heretofore exiating nndnr
the name and atyle of RICK it MYERS, waa thii
<tay d'Mo'vfld by uiutua.' content All buftnen of
the late concern will be fettled by M. A. MYERS,
who is alone authorized to do the same.
Richmond, July 1, M. A A *81 VERB
jy B—3t* IM '
DISSOLUTION OF CO
(jTWESESggL PARTNERSUI P —The firm of Mc-
VJ -UjTT'TF CONN ELL, it BUTTON. Dentlau,
~ . . w(i« diwolved on the lit inat.. by
l.mitation to whom the firm aie indebted
uill be raid by J. McConnei.l and thoae Indebted
ti the firm will make payment to him.
J NO. McCONNELI/,
. T , W.LEIOH BURIOM.
Richmond, Jnly 2d, 1355. jy 2—dim
MOTICE.—Mr OSCAR CHAIN Z hai
from thii day an intereit in my Hasineaa, wbieh
hereafter will be conducted under the firm of KR.
CRANZ t CO FR CRANZ.
Rich'or.nd. Va.. Ju'y 2i. 1855. jy 2 7t»
ITOE WONDERFUL LADY IIAS AR
RIVED —The heat planet reader in America.
The mo»t difficult qusatioDa will be aolved by act
ence and calculation frcm many yeara of atody, (for
* ahort time only.) by MADAME MAILOR. ttccond
atreet. tb<* aecond houae,the rlgbt hand aids between
Mainland Franklin atreet.
Curea can be made for BLINDNESB, CANCERS,
CORNS and SORES of all deacriptiooa.
j» 30—dim*
aRPEK AND PUTNAM'S MONTH
LIESFOR JULY—price 25 c f a each—juat re
ceived and for aale by A MORRIS. 97 Main at.
ALHO—JITST ARRIVED.
LIFE IN CALIFORNIA—MountaIaa and Mole
hill*, or recoilec'.i >na of a Burnt Journal; bj Frank
Marryatt, with illnatrationa by tbe author, is on*
vjlame; price 5i.25.
SPEECHES AND ADDRESSEB by Henry \V.
Hillia'd late Governor of Alabatra, in one volume,
Bvo, cloi h.151.75.
SOCIOLOGY, for the Svnth; by Geo. Fitzhu|b,
of Caroline. $1.
HARPER'S NEW STORY BOOK, No. 8-Tim
bco and J Alibi, 2") ct«.
THE ENGLISH ORPHANS, or ft borne in tbe
New World; by Mr*. Mary J. Holmes - aothor of
Terop»*t find Sunshine, 75 ct». jy3-3t
Harper for .tuly, 1855.
PI'TNAM do do.
Juiit recived by BUTTERS fc SIMONS.
jy 3—l wif 157 M»ld »t.
NEW JLABURANGE COMPANY.
BUTTERS fc 81 MONO,
No. 157 Main (treat
WIH fruare treat Hartain* in
MISCELLANEOUS HOOKS
HI.ASK HOOKS
FOOLSCAP PAPER.
LETTER PAPER
ENVELOPES. fc«-
PIANO FORTES.
VIOLINS.
BANJOS.
MVSIC.k•
RATES LOW FOR CASH.
Jy 3-gwil
W LEIGH BURTON, Dehtist—o£-
• bee between 9ib and 10th *«•-, formerly ©-•
espied by McConuell fc Burton, ne*t door below it.
t. Seirpfe'i Drug St< re. jy 3— Ib>
Bacon &baskervilloffer
KOR SALE—iSi bbda. NO Be gar; 360 bM* R
UA Stuait'aC do; H> bbU do A do; "£M do creaked
a»d powdered do; 108 boiea aod hair botee luaf d< ;
175 bbl* prime N O Molaaeea; 65 bbd* Cabft dot 8H»
',*»• Rio Coffee; 100 do Lftlßftyra dv>; 259 Poekrle
old J«y» J* 3
BACON.— 50,UOO lbs priiu© Bacoc Sides,
biifht and dry, foraele by
J Sn-fit CHAB. T WORTHAM k CO.
/lANULEB — 3(0 boxes superior Ada
mantloe Candle* for ftft'e by
i. CH*B T WORTHAM k CO
ANU oHOULJUhitt,.~M bhds.
O rztrft corn ted Side* and feeding an*
vt k * JOWf M. C&AftOfttK.

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