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R*e« W*jrr».--Tb* highest market pn«*e will he
paid at rat* ftm« tor all kind* of HjUX coTtoa
*i»n tntßn a»oa, in largo or *m»ll quantltie*.
WKDNICSDAY MORNING AUGUST it, 1W.4.
' Hutory it Constantly Repeating Itself."
Tha obaervftbon fs sufficiently trite; but it is none
tbe le** true tor all that. Tlie Yank..,, with tt*
iriird to us, arc in the same position that I > >ni North
and the majority in Parliament were with regard to
the .*. .loiue* of I lift, with this difference : that the
colomc* were htma fide coloniw*. They had been
settled by Great britain, governed hv her, and had
alway* a. kna.wle.lifd her supremacy ; whereas, the
State of Virginia was settled ten year* before Ply
mouth Rofk was ever h«*ar*l of; never »v govein«*d
hy tbe Yank*-***; never owed them any »llegi*iiee,
aad onlyunitedwith them in forming a government
ter certain purposes expressed in tb** Constitution
creating that Government The same may lw said
at all the State* constituting the Confederacy. They
were settled later, but not by Yank.****, and none of
them were ever governed by Yank***-*, or acknow
ledged any right on the I**'" l °* *** Yankee** to
gorp-rn them. It follows that the colon ie* actually
rebelled when thi*y set tlie Government of George
IIP at defiance, and that we arc not rebels wheu we
u.-iiy the right of tlie Yankee* to govern us. Yet
the** aame Yankees have not only practically de
nied every right asserted by the Declaration of inde
pendence, but have adopted the very phrasculogy
habitually employed by the Parliament in speak- i
ing of the colonies lad us add, that there is not
one angle enormity which Yankee Fourth-of-July
oratora and Yankee historians have been in the
habit of ascribing to tho ministry and armies of
Oeorge 111. which their own Congress and their
own people have not committ<*d on a vastly extended
scale, and with the addition of ten-fold horrors.
We are induced to mnke these observations by a
paragraph in the press telegram of yesterday morn
ing, in which it is stated that four hundred citizens
bad been killed in a riot in New Orleans, occasioned
by Canby'* attempt to enforce tlie draft. When Sir
Henry Clinton captured Charleston in May, 1780, he
published a pro.lamation, in which he called upon
the i«*ople of South Carolina to return to their
home* and remain quiet, promising all who did so
It they should not te disturbed. His successor,
d Cornwallis, disregarding tliis promise, called
m all people capable of bearing arms to come
rard and assist in putting down the rebellion,
I hi* agents and emissaries traversed the State
n one end to the otjier in order to compel obedi
e. Thi* proclamation produced results the up
te of those intended. The pcopk* had .stud
,ome under the impression that they would not
omptllel to engage m the war; but finding that
r Wa*a? compelled to firiht, they determined to
t by the rid? of their countrymen, and not nguin-t
n. Many who had even taken the oath of alle
ice.on the condition, cither-expressed or implied,
they would be allowed to remain quiet at home,
aide red themselves absolved from their engage
rs by this new proclamation. Among others
stood in that category was Colonel Isaac Huync,
w.is afterwards captun*d ami executed by Lord
don, whose namo has been held in execution
that day to this by the whole continent of
■tea. The Yankee* have written nearly all the
• that have been published touching the revaj
nof '76; and there i* not one of thcae books in
which the conduct of Lord Cornwallis is not severely
reprobated. The idea of drafting men against their
Will to fight against their own countrymen, and pro
bably to kill or be killed by some of them, is too
ahoiking to think at The Yankee historians were
perfectly right in denouncing tlie atrocity when it
was practised by the Myrmidons of Cornwallis; but
we hear not a word of censure, now thflt the execu
tor* of Lincoln's will are doing the barne thing.
No men.denounced more bitterly than the Yan
kee* the English practice or imptvr-s.ne seamm from
vessels belonging to the Pnited -State*. This was
oue among the many cause's that conspired to bring
on the war of ISI2, and during that war the Con
gress of the United State*, in a formal document,
denounced as unchristian and inhuman a policy
Which retained the American seamen thus impressed,
and rendered them liable to fall by the hands of
their own countrymen on the deck of an enemy's
Teasel. In what do the drafts of the Yankees at
New Orleans and elsewhere differ from this practice
of the English, save that, having been Baa-ate* 1
while war is actually raging between the Yankees
and the Confederacy, it multiplies tin hundred-fold
the danger of collision between the men thu> im
pressed and their brethren in the Confederate ar
mies, and that it is infinitely more sweeping, more'
tyrannical, and more inhuman .' There is, indeed,
no circumstance whicb can aggravate the horrors of
war that has not been introduce! into this contest
by the Yanke.M,
There seems to be little doubt that one among the
atereral causes, which led ta.. our failure on the Wel
don railroad, las! Sunday, was the extreme eare
ussness with which tin* secret of the intended at
tack had been kept. •' If the enemy," saya our
correspondent, "X.," in a letter published by
va yesterday, " were not apprised of our at
tack, it was not because the plan and time were
not known, even to the very urchius of Peters,
urg. Whose fault it was that these matters leaked
ut, I do not know, but I do know that eighteen
lours before, the time, pUce and character of th •
tight were on the lips of aU, soldiers and citizens."
»mbtless the enemy noon became as well informed
I the " soldiers and citizens" in question ; and to
hi* cause, more than to any other, we are inclined
o trace the painful result. How can success be
xpected under such circumstances I How, indeed
in anything but disaster be the result .
Ibis is uot tho first time since the war began
lat plans well laid, and promising the greateat sue
des'*, have been defeated by premature discovery.—
ur reader* will recall many, and they cannot but
io it with shame and vexation. The fault always
is at the door of some consequential aide-de-camp,
some leaky clerk, whom it has been found ncces
i>ary to entrust with the secret, and who cannot keep
it without bursting. The law ought to provide a
heavy penalty for such offences, no less than instant
degradation from office and forced service in the
rank and file of the army. Somebody about the
person of the General, or the .Secretary, or the Pros- I
ident, must always be the person to limb, otherwise I
how is it poesable for the secret to get out ? Tbe I
BWjtwaaw*y is woll known to be a gentleman of great |
i .-t:. em-.- on all mattei* connected with hi* official j
duties, whde the President und General Lee are as
i*ecret aa tbe grave. These matters must come out
through other and inferior agencies, and it i* of the
last imjaortance to find them out and make an ex
ample. Of aU an aide-de-camp's accomphshment* I
we should think that of knowing how to keep hi! j
own , auias. 1, and that which hs entrusted fo him by I
other*, tbe most important, as it seems to be the
While we are upon thi* subject, we cannot forbear
to remark the extreme want of discretion observable
in some of tb*. paper* published near the bobb* ol
General Hood* operation*. Whatever the conduc
tor* learn with regard to tbe movements of troops
thoyaeeuito publish without the slightest hesita
tion or consideration. It must be exceedingly diffi
cult to conduct an enterprise requiring secrecy to a
•ocveasful issue anywhere in the neighborhood of
any of them. In the struggle for precedence in lhe
article of fete) latest news, they appear to care very
btUe about tb* propriety of publishing it. If they
can get it, they publish it, let the consequence* be
what tfacy may. We have no doubt that to thi*
aource we may trace much of the ill-succ*-*..,
that ha* attended our exertions in that quarter and
the tact ttiat our army is now tsouth of the Chatta
boochee, when it should*be at least north of the Ten!
"aaaee. Bucee*s cannot he expected when the newspa
per* reveal every intended movement to the eneuiv
General* iihould be particularly cautious in
They should alway* choose men
*ho have some brains, brains, indeed, should be •
prwcipal requiau, aft< . r Tafc>r A
teakaa, moOßßhm a phu, of trust> k m most d
lTer\?d?L* JUmU "" *"** ***" * *» *
tent ** - b ** m ~
fsmm
mßm a »*** his hps. sSJSJmY'Z
JfOR SALE, a CHILD'S CaIrRiAOP~
X' *Mate ofOOLT-8 AHMY
££ fi£L ♦£•iw** •'«'•»• «*«», two^tkree
DIED,
Yesterd**" mottling, at balf-paat 4 oMmk, RICH
ARD HKN'KY, only non of the lit- Dennis and
J»amh P. Gorman, *gi*d thirteen year* and six
month*.
The funeral will take place from the residence id"
hi« mother, on Fifth street, near the Armory bi i !.*••,
THIS MORNING nt !) o'clock. The friends and
Bcinnintiuiec* of the family are ro*p**ctfu!iv in*, it.-.!
to utterid. *
OBITUAEY.
EDWARD M. HOWISOX, a men.l>**r of tlie Fred"
eii.k-buig Artillery, was killed in the bade in ai
Peterrbunr on Sunday, the 21st instant, in the nine
teenth v. ir ra* hi* age. He w.-ut a brnie and gener
ous bor; loved by nil who knew .him. lie volun
teered i.t his sixteenth v.a* at Tarktewß, mid
Hirhiiaaallttetibrnlj eamp^**a*t.k**Barefollowed—
i.; McchunicKVille, Cold Haibor, Pia.ur's f.iim,
Mai*.-ui Hill, on th. Bappahaaaook, at Mru*a**a«,
Harp.*', ttsry, Ck**KCllorlVllte, in
the Penn-rvlVMniil cmnpaißii, and nnal*.y, in the BBB
puinaiv en.omit.-in with tb. Hrn.y of Orant -be bus
taitltliillv done his part, but little inure tlmii a
veair afr*r, hi* older biother, J»hn,TeU at Oeltv.-burg,
aiu! now another young martyr dies lor the South. .
PERSONAL.
I)ERBONAL.
A late tile of the New York A.., a, toTetlier
With tbe other litest New Yoik, Philadelphia and
Baltimore papers, received this morning (through
the blockade) at the CONFEDERATE EEAIiIXi.
ROOM. The AVm cunt aiiis " pet-.anils'* t.i ay. i y
large number of parties in Ui.-hiuaind and tha. South.
Parties expcctiiur M *a***a*aaW M (real thin- friend*
in the North w.ald do well to examine this tile
they can alsai see from it if th. ir " Bet-onal-" in
the' Richmond papers bale b.cli ...pied Tha- file
received this morning ooateiaa "pfiaiaal*** to tke
following named parties in I'iahma.inl :,
George Dunn B Co., William Plenekmaa,
J M. W , Hani-,
James llavne, W illi.tln O. lame,
K. W. H..'-,% A. P. Sturge*.
W. w. old, Mrs B. P. Baker,
O.K. 11., Mi-;.- Caroline If. Clnis-
George w, Magmre, tian,
Mrs Sophia Oiiggenbei- Henry Spamiik,
mer, M. il , „,• <■~
Nathan A. Myers, Mr*.Mary P. BeBBBKBB,
Mrs. s. ii. Wyaauta, chapniHti J. Leigh,
Edward C. Huntley, J. It. Huta kins,
I. C P., J-4J. Pisher,
Di. P. Sorrel, ltfrGrebe,
C. A. Davis, William !-.uk**r,
Mrs. K. Y. Argyle or Mrs. Hear* Kavton,
R.W.Turner, Mii,.'iiets. White,
George I. Herring,
and a number of others too nunierous to give in
this ndveitisement.
The AVir* has also ■ lam* number of "per-..ieiK-
for partial in Lynchburg, Petersburg and cluu lottt-s
--ville; also, for parties iv Ninth an.l South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama-in tact, throuirli the whole
South.
The latest Northern papers, ■•ertedteate, pictori
als, A-,-., received regularly at the Confederate Read
ing Room, an 24—It*
TkTOnCE.—On Thursday, the lSth "mi
i 1 slant, I bunded to a gentleman on the cars at
CTiualoitcsville a pair of ARMY PISTOLS, marked
'* P. E. bacon* Staunton, Virginia, " win li he pro- j
mised to deliver at the AJBrerican Hotel upon his
arrival, but they have not tetea received there. Will
he aaaaaa give some account of them I
H. T. CRIOLKIt,
au a -3t* Chnrlotti*ville, Virginia.
WANTS.
WANTED, Mtcnl CARPENTERS, im
mediate! v. Apply to
** J. A. KELVIX,
UU -4 — It* Governor street.
\I r.vNTED TO RENT, a good PIANO.
* f A liberal price will be paid and the best af
care taken of it. Leave BBawter ut the Dispatch of
fice-, atiitinjr price, ke., and where it can be aeea
*U 24—-Jf
-\V ir ANTED,°' rffK,,,JtIIMAI,tVA:t ' 0 -
Tt Confederate m States S per cut. Coupon
bonds—long ami short dates,
Virginia State Registered Stock.
FOR SALE,
Confederate 7 and 8 perca*nt. Registered and
Coupon bonds,
Confetfrmte ti per cent. Cotton bonds.
Confederate I. percent. Non-texahfa* Ccit.ii
aata'S,
< nnaiatiati! 4 percent. Gerttaaatea,
Coatedarate Ceapoaaof .Cotton Bond*,
Confederate Coupons ol L r .-milli.,n bonds.
.alo latereat Xotes,
Vniriiiia and Southernßank Notes
Sterling Exchange, Gold and Silver Com.
an 21—tit I
\I r AMED a nit tuition an CLERK IN
.'» A STOKK, by an active youth, about four
teen yens old. Has had about ton months cxpeii
tuee m business in Petersburg, Virginia. Brf-stre
ferences given. Address 1' s T-WLOK
au 21— n - Richmond PoM-onVo.
VLT ANTED to purchase- a small FARM,
*•' \, of twenty-five a.r fifty acres with a com
fort.il Ie dwelling on it, within ten miles of the city
of Richmond, Virginia. Por a suitable place, a
good pnc.* will be paid, or will be exchanged for
city property. Address
SAMUEL T. PERKIXSOX,
au 24- 3t» Richmond Po-t-Offic..*.
WANTED, hy a farma-r of long experi- I
i-.™/\*- Wh ,V" in tom ' 1 **** B rec,iinin.*.ided, a
SI TLA HON aa MAXAGEIt OF A FARM, in the !
country near Richmond. Is not liable to military
duty, and has a small family. Retercn.es given
Address "WILLIAM BKLV* Aaraterdam post
u countyyVirgiiiiH. au l>! £•
WA NTE D, thirty bales of good
WHEAT STRAW. Address " li," DisSatch
**£* m nui't-dV
WANTED, COPYING of any disirip
tion, by a rata* man who fa exempt from
military service and has five or mx leisure hours in
air>3-*> - * A * JJiX ' •**•"*•* post-office.
TVT ANTED, by a Jro*a*ag man who v ex
.* » empt tr.jin all military duty, a SITUATION
m a wholesale or reuiil business boaae. Beat t.-ti
aaaateaa furnished. Address J. E. I)., Dispatch
office*. au 2A-2f
X"ANTEDK "ANTED to hoe, for the balam-.* of
the year, a gawd COOK, WASHES nn.l
bit, without encumbrance. Any peraaa Bar
tea; such a servant for hire will call m So. 193 Proud
street, between Pifth and Sixth. ait- 23— At-
WANTED immediatcly,a r*ood NURSE.
Apply at the southeast comer of Marshall
and Eighth streets. n 23_st-
ItT'ANTED, a middlV-ar-od WHITE
r WOMAN, to !«• h NTJKBE POP (HIL-
£X and attend to household nifuirs. Api.lv at
101 Main street. uu jjjgZ .3,,
N
„ T T • a lihenil prfea will he paid if early applica
tion is thade ut 103 Main street, or «t the In 1. it, h
'"o, «*. ISAAC GODDAKD.
uu 23— if
WANTED, by a lady, a situation to
All END A STOKE- confectionery pre
ferred. Persons wishing to employ any one will
address " Miss E. 5.," at this office. a* 23—2 f
WANTED, a good SHOE AND ROOT
, ** KE , K » 0I "-' that can fit up and make mid
mend all kinds of .-hoc*.. Such an one can find
steady employment hy applying ia front of the
Spouwood Hotel, nt my shoe shop. You can ace tke
sign in front. Cull at aaa*. [lv tt—tf
VITANTED, A SITUATION ASOVER
•* ! J*** ° n - a •*"■*' faT,n * *1 ■ PWIIIUBBB Who
n U i Ver ,-5? eo , l L sc ; ri l ,t a K<- and has been a tamer ne«i 1 \
all his life. He has no family, and can devote his en-
AW>ly '
"f-y '
TITANTED, a SADDLE-HORSE, to
▼ T keep for his feed, by un OPPICEH stationed
111 the city. Address box I,oft). H{• —ft*
Ell HANOI-: AMI ItANKIN.I UOOBB
oil). T. Williams, '
Kiclmiond, August lv, UM. )
TEN THOU.SAND DOLLARS OLD
ISSUE HUNDRED DOLLAR RILLS wanted,
for which a good price will be paid. Aiao, Vinrinia
State ltegisteivd oTOCK and RANK NOTES, ..I' the
various States, and GOLD and SILVER wanted.
S«v me before selling elsewliere. Un tk—M
"VTOI'ICE.—WOOL. WANTED, Hav
-1.1 ing been appointeal Agents for Pace's Woolen
amis, nt Danville, Virginia, we wish to buy WOOL
for whi. li the highest market
price will te paid ; or we wrll exchausy lor Wooul an
excellent article of Woolen Goods, from the mills
samples of which can be seen at our store, corner of
Thirteenth ahd*Main streets. '
wT-fmiS**. '." "i? 2 Mld ° a,r to tl"* trade, CO IT OX
YAR.N.s, STRIPES and DOMESTICS KACOV
SUGARS. MOLASSES. Ac. c *** l!5 > «AtOX,
.J-uj-.T* o * WILLIAM£&_NORPLEET.
"IITANTED, for tho Cfata*w*wa*mtej Stat* a
l*\Ljy» ****** *ST. * c..,T..,*ctent RAND
nlv lot i* 1 L W T lye or attt * u MUsiciAXS. A. -
ply on botnd, off Drewry's bluff, te
au i: a*. , William h. parker,
'•"''teiuint Commanl,, r*. \
■JSSte*** 1 Examiner and Peters burs- E-spre*
copy three tunes a week for one n_anM\ J -*P re **'
mourn. |
r EFT IN THE CARS, nt Dun-up'^..
XJ pot, near Petersbuig, on Priday nteht. the lath
uihunt, by my brother, bngadier-iJeneiill jre c
VMmi* "rif * J "if M f' h i - , 8W( ->HO-bELT and
l lV? L \ -"* fUU value of these article* will ba
au |f .tfr 9 ** Vt 3BUvw * u * -WaUaia regiment.
AMI7SEME»TB._
RICHMOND THEATRE,
Corner Seventh and Broad street*.-
Acting and Stage Manager R. IX OGDEN.
THIS | WEDNESDAY) KVENINO, August 21,1801.
NIMH and LAST NIGHT but THRF.F.
of the ('banning tind nighly-Tiilented Artiste,
MISS IDA VERNON;
When will lw* produced, for the first time,
FANCH EO N, THE -C RICK ET ;
with ALL THE COMPANY in the cast.
Sec bills of Uie day.
CHARMING BALLADS,
Mi*» PLANCHE MIDDLETON.
NO PA ROE.
fly Repeat of many 1.-nlie.-i who were unable to nt
tallal the pelfol-llliillire iff
EA S T LYNNE *
oi nn evening, the manager has been induced to
S*ivc a HAY PERFORMANCE of
EAST LYNNE,
TO-MORROW i THURSDAY), August 2;'. th, at
TWELVE O'CLOCK
In rehearsal * LEAK.
• Nona-!:, on ana! after this date the doors will be
*i|.ened at 7 o'clock; i>crformance commencing Ht S
a.'clock preii itly. au 2!—lt
V(iRANI) SELECT BALL will be giree
at COMPANY OS HALL.onChtir.b Hill,
ea.iiicr Twesty-eigkth ami M itrrrta, on
TIIPK*-DAY PYK.MNO, August 2..th, MM.
Kiy-Strict oialer will be enforced. -ijhJJ
Kawaaaaai
.lo'F.PH RBDI'OKD and GEORGE OM'HiN.
B*s***Tickrte, adiiutluig one Gentleinaii and La
.lies, $a.
aai3 It* • O. SADLER, Proprietor.
LOST, STRAYED, ETC._
STRAYED OB CARRIED OFF, a littiV
MULATTO CHILD, named TOMMY, about
tare*year* old, t*ehma?rarto Mr. Hubert. Had on
a hlii" «li.-.k gingham frock. A liberal reward will
be paid for his return te the house ef Or. HARRI
SON, aa Pranklin street, between Pourth and Fifth
■■ti'cts. nu 21—2t*
JOST, ;i BUNCH OP KEYS, brtwren
J Broad and Can- streets, four in number. The
tinder will be liherallv rewarded hv leaving them at
-Mrs. MINTEK'S, en Third street, between Clay and
bcin-h. uu 24 -2t»
108T, on tht catm, between Richmond
J and A -bland, my POCKI'T-POOK, containing
about tavf) Bandied dollara (S'- ,( M); iv Confederate
money, and sundry orders, bonds, ke., of no value
to any pci son hut-my-eif. Also, Confederate States
fi.ur per cent. Certiticites as follows: No. .',..01,
April I, George W. Coleman, SI 00; No. 2,j0.'!, April
I. J. 11. Street, $100 j No. Ml, March 19, J. H.
Street, $209. Application having been made for the
renewal of tbeae certificatea, all persons at* warned
a-ain-t receiving er .trading for them. A hbeial re
ward will be paid upon the delivery of tke ."aid
Pocket-b,,,,k and contents, either with or without
the iininev, at this office.
au2l -'laavf.w JAMKS 11 STRKET.
STRAYED.— Ten Dollara Reward will be
paid for tke delivery of a small black sow PIG
a. hi, h 1,-il my lot on Satunlav last.
c. c. WALTER, broad -street,
Opposite Pi, him.iid, Predei-iekslnin* and Potomac I
Railroad I Knot. au 21—2t* I
dkNl'j HUNDRED DOLLABB RE
\ f \YAKI). Stolen from the* cnier af Monroe
and Marshall atreet?! a, lark Chi.-.nut Sorrel HORSE,
with large blaze ia face, and one white fore foot
'inrht', one shoe oa either right or lelt foiefi.otonlv.
Said Hone waa stolen last night about 12 or 1
o'clock. One hundred dollars reward will be given
for liis site delivery to nu-at R. G. Parley's, comer
of Monroe and Marshall, or information 'leading to
his locovery. The Horse was six wars old last
sptiag. W. A. POLLARD,
Company P, Third Virginia Cavalry.
an 2i-3t-
IYjOTICE. —Taken from ray coin-field,
1 1 on Sunday morning last, a PAY HORSE,
with a Rinnan un,l blaze ia..-; left tore foot and
right hind loot white; and bjuasore back. The
owner can get him by provteg proM*rty aud paring
th.- expense of advertising and feeding. Apply to
tbe undersigned, on tke Darby-town road, two mile*
from tke city. [anß4— gf J C..11. A. CLAY.
ON EII V N DP*ED DOLLARS RE
WARD.—Lost, between llichmond and Pcters
bui-g, (5,600) fifty-six hundred dollars worth of four
per cant. CEIffIKU'ATKS. l-iftv-three hundred
dollars issued by Lancaster k Co., Richmond, aad
t\t-o hundred dollars by Daniel Hudson, and one
hundred dollar* issued by name not rivollected.—
Also, in the same bundle, ninetv-thive dollars in one
and two dollar CONFEDERATE NOTES, ragged
and torn. 1 will give the above reward for the de
li aery ot the earme to me at Petersburg, Virginia, or
to .1. .1. Campbell, Richmon.!. The said Certificate*
were drawn tn my 11,1110. I forewarn any person
trading for fate same.
_ , KEXJAMIX A. LUCY,
au 13 :,t Petersburg, Virginia.
/ \N E HUNdB c D DOLLARS RE
\ / WAKIi Stolen from mv stable, on th.' book
road, on tke 17 th of August, a BAY MARE, marked
with 11 tetter M on he* hit Hank ; left ankle aa hit.-,
With hoot spilt from being wounded. 1 will pay the
above reward tor any infonnatioii so I may get her
u ?-" n - ■ ELLEN STANSPERRV.
au 23—21*
/ k N E HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
\ f WARD.- on the l'Hh afAagaat my stable
was brokea open aad both of my bay HORSES
were stolen—one i, __ remarkably hue up-ht-ialeil
Hersc, and the other fa blind. I will give the above
reward ta) any one who will return them tomcat
the Louisiana Depot, corner Wall und Prunkliii
streets, or at my farm, on tbe Williamsburg turn
pike, near the toll-gate.
au 2-i-if JOHN 11. MACKEXZIE.
HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
WAKD.—Strayed ar stolen from my pasture,
Bear Mr. Valentine** mill and Mr. John B. Smith's
shop, Louisa county, Virginia, oa the night of the
10th instant, my large bay HOfiSE. lie is about
aeven years old, has a star cut on the right side of
bis neck, which can be seen by raising ate mane, and
some white hair on his right hind foot; also, collar
marks on his neck and shoulders. I will give the
above reward for his safe delivei v to me, (1 live near
the abort naßMd places,) or I will pay three hun
dred da.ll.irs for any iiifoiination which will secure
me Ins recovery. Addreaa J 11. KNIGHTON,
Trevilhan's l'ost-oflice, Louisa county, Va.
au 17-liu*
T-tfEW TOBAOOO STOKE.-The un-
A. * tlersigne.l have now in store, und will con
tinue to receive from time to time, a line teaaa*.
meilt of CIIEWIXG AXD SMOKIXG TOKACCO,
not to lie surpassed by any other house of the kind
in the city.
In addition to which will always be found an ex
cellent assortment of
11A VAXA AXD DOMESTIC i IGAR9.
A MO,
PAXCY PIPES,
WRITING PAPER,
ENVELOPES, PEXS,
IXK, PEXCILS,
AXD MAXY OTHER LIGHT ARTICLES.
We -hall make every effort to please the most fasti
dious, and keep on "hand as good an article as the
market will afford, and call upon those in want to
give v* atrial, l. 11. GATES & CO.,
au 2 1—3t* 1 U Main stieet.
(DTRINGB.— A lot of HARP, GUITAR
Q and VIOLIN STRINGS for sale privately -
< all soon an,!:g*t what you wiuit. May be seen at
•> o clock P. M. Pkoh:.ssok DkCIKXIEL
au W — 2t« Corner Pirst and Oruce streets.
I^OEND. On .Saturday, the 20th, a
■ POCK hi-HOOK, containing six hundred and
odd dollars, aa Inch the owner tan have hy callirur on
th, comer ot Seventh and Main streets and urovimr
t*mohJ. au 2 i-if *
a » T N DRIES.
IO 2 J nan-els TANNERS' GEL,
3,000 yards J BROWN SHEETING.
For -ale low to close sales.
. !t »-' --t' K. s. MASSIE.
EOARDIKO. —Tlawaaov four aanlTiman
cm obtain DAY bOARD at 131 Broad stmt
au Ll—lt*
lAltl> OI L—For sal**, TWO BAH-
A REUS No. 1 LARD OlL—a, superior article
PURCELL, LADD k CO.,
au 24-A' Main and Thirteenth street*.
I JOB SALE, two COWS, n-edh to the
«. ka. , " I ' l . t ] l n U ' !"*** at VhTBKla MCCARTHY'S,
at the end ot .S-venteeiith stint au 2-I—2t*
if OR SALK, a lv***** size, good MULE,
* ,/* 2_T **'"°*l plouglier: also, v set of double
ivY v" V' ni,L,S ' •'" ula •**** WALL TENT
ANOrLY. Impure i.t the corner of Henry and
Broad streets. au jiZ-if
IjX>K. SALK, on« hundred FLOUR BAR
RELS, juat emptied und in good order.
m 21-lt» H4 Miufatreeg uu Ste.
f WISH TO ASK THE PUBLIC IF.
■ there i* em tetnudy to prohibit these Pedters
huni keeping COOKE!* MEATS in tAiTuoAmottZ
••**•***»' au2l-iit7
SPECIAL KOTICES.
Special Noticb. —We call the at
tention of the trade to our note of
GROCERIES,
TOIIACCO,
Fine LIQUORS,
COTTON YARNS, ftc,
Commencing THIS DAY at II e'eteek.
' CHARLES T. WORTHAM «V CO.,
au 21—lt Auctioneer*.
mmaT- Special Notice— SLAUGHTER
ft CO.. 159 Main street, will sell THIS MORN I No,
at auction, commencing at 10 o'clock, a variety of
BLOCKADE GOODS, con*i»ting of
boots, Shoe*, Hats,
Cobskins, Calicoes, Essence of Coffee,
Cups and Saucer-*, Pocket-books,
Gunpowder Tea ke.., ke.
j which will be lidded :
L***a yards Woollen Kersey*,
1 piece Crenshaw's All-Wool Cassimere,
3 boxes 111,,-/.n Sugar,
'2 burri'ls Apple brandy, t
S,WW pounds .Smoking Tohacco,
A lot of line MiUinery Goods.
SLAUGHTER k CO.,
k ,iv -I Auctioneer*.
SkW' Auction Notice.—Our regular
Auction Sale of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, DRY
GOODS, ftc, will take place on THURSDAY
NKXT, the 2.ith instant, commencing al 11 o'clock.
Consignment* solicited for the above sale.
TARDY k WILLIAMS,
BB 23 Auctioneers.
Special Notice. —Persons indebted
to us are reipiested to call and settle their accounts,
as we. need all that is due, and cannot make appli
cation to each one of those who tear* unsettled ac
counts with us. SAMUEL M. PRICE k CO.
ti v 22—Gt
BMHi" Shockor Milt.,
Seventeenth street, across tbe Dock.
COHN AND WHEAT GROUND OX TOLL.
PLOUR AXD MEAL TOR SALE.
au2o 10t» .
Wt nt, i>, Dt-Ai. Houses, (.lows ami
MULES.—It pen* rat having Back on their lots will
piocuit-a dray 1.11,1 have the animal Banted to a.vi
tannery, in iv.ar of the Pool -House, foot ot Second
street, we will pay ten dollars dravaire on same,
au 12—c«>dl2t* 11. J. MAIGNE ft CO.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
RENT, two weU-fiu-msheu. KOOmJ
with gas and use of kitchen, on second floor
11 house on the north ride of Grace street, be
tween Seventh and Eiehth streets. Por information
r.iquire on the premise*. au 21—2t*
If OR RENT, two largo, comfortably-fur
nished ROOMS, on the same floor; also, a
smaller one. They would lie rented separately, if
desired. Apply on the south side of Grace street,
the fourth door above Eighth. au 24—-It*
IfOR RENT, n suite of tlnvo I'TK
MSHKD ROOMS, {communicating), oa the
hrr-t floor, with b '.is, suitable for a small family. Te
a party furnishing aateakctorj references, the rent
will be moderate. Apply on the premise, -Thiid
street, one door above Clay, west side, au 21- 2t*
RENT, a ROOM, on lirst floor,
vith gas, at the comer af Filth and Broad
streete, suitable for an office or lodging room. Ap
«onthepieuiives. HENRY SCHUTTE.
a 2f—it _
JfOR RENT, a number oL good-si/r**!
funiished ROOMS, on Ross strein, three doois
in the Richmond House. Apply on the premises.
iv 24—It*
17<0 Ii REN T, two m,.itly-fiirni.sh(>il
ROOMS, with gas, suitable for gentlemen, on
Foarth, bttweui Bread mn! Grace, Brat door from
Broad, cast side. . au IS—St*
IfOU RENT, three ROOMS on M street,
. between Ninth and Tenth. Por intbinntioii
ap;ily on the pi em ses. uu 23—2t*
FO R REN T, a desiiabk- BRICK
HOUSE, a.n Church Hill,caateiatejj six room-.
Apply to R H. WUITLOI X,
Bixsid street, between Twenty-third and Twenty
fourth. au -_*3 _3f
TfOR SALE, a sph-ndid STORE, BAB
I and BACK ROOM, on Main street, near tha'
O'd Market, at present used as*b cigar aad tebacoc
establishment, but suitable for most any kind of
business. Spteadldgee HI f iil ii*. water, A,-. Rent very
low. Inquire at Mr. J. 11. SHERMAN'S Washington
.Sit loon, northwest cornel a>l Main and Seventeenth
streets. uu 22—(if
"DOOMS FOR RENT—Two ROOMS,
XV' with kus. One ta. nished, and Ik.Ui on second
floor, for rent. Apply at the second house above
Eighth, on Grace street, south side.
au 22—eodSt*
IfOB KENT, a BOOM, with pus, in a
house occupied by a private family with no
children. For sale, two splendid new English Mar
seilles COUNTERPANES, a OOLD THIMBLE, and
a SILVER FRUIT-KNIFE. Apply to
Mrs. J. A. GOODE,
au 22—31* Ninth street, north of Leigh.
RUNAWAYS.
jj UXAWAY.--FIVE HUNDRED
XX DOLLARS REWARD. -Ran away from the
subscriber, about the Ist of Aueur«t, mv "man KIN
CHIN—calls himself HERBERT. -He is black;
good appearance; quick in action; about five teat
nine inches high, and twenty-two to tweiity-fiae
years old; was rnillhaat J in Richmond in July last
ot Mr. C. E. Marten, who resides near 'J rule's Ferry,
in Powhatan county. I will pay the above rewind
he is delivered io Lee k Bow-man, Richmond,
Virginia, or confined in jail BB I get him.
G. A. WHITE,
au jjj—l2t* Lexington, Virginia.
170UR THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED
-, pO"'AU3 REWARD.-l will pay four thou
*and bye hundred dollars tbr the apprehension and
delivery to me in Richmond, or for ser-uring them so
™Lr. et them ' the followin X SI.AYES, to wit:
fPHP/kJff, a yellow man, about twenty-seven
rears old, a tolerable carpenter and blaekasuiith.—
Was raised near Christiausburg, Virginia.
™ w 4 a bluck miin, thirty years old; purchased
of I.L. Drewney or Broddie, near Hendersonville,"
North Carolina.
JOSHUA, black, about -twenty-eight years old;
raised by Walter Coles, of Pittsylvania county; has
rutber a down look, and is very stout.
JACK, about eighteen Jeans old, black and slim;
baaurht of P. J. Stern, of Raleigh, North Curolma.
JIM, black, about twenty-one or twenty-two years
old; raised in Maryland ;is tall and very likely.
WILLIAM, a brown-skin boy, about twenty or
twenty-two years old; raised in or near this city;
once owneal by F. J. Sampson, an agent at the Rich
mond and Dainnlle depot.
ELIJAH, of brown complexion, about thirty-five
years old; raised near Charlottesville, and is a No. 1
cook. Both af his legs were swollen and sore at the
SALLY, a mulatto girl, about twenty-five year*
old; raised in Loudoun county; was purchased of
slende r. with long black hair.
llAßßlfcl, fifteen or sixteen years old. brown
skin, with a bushy heud of hair. I
They left my farm, in Lunenburg, about the last
of June, with tho Wilson raiding party. I will pay
the above reward for all of them, or five hundred
dollars for any one of them.
-~— 1 __-J__^_ !
NEW MUSIC—Those marked thus
[*J have Guitar as well Piano-Forte accom
paniment*. By post fiee, for the price.
MORNING PRAYER,
ON GUARD*,
AURA LEE,
WAIT TILL THE WAR,.LOVE, IS OVER.
TWO DOLLAES EACH.
* MARY OP ARGYLL',
ANNIE OF THE VALE,
•HER BRIGHT SMILE HAUNTS ME STILL,
*WHEN THIS CRUEL WAR Is OVER,
ONE l'ol 1.11 l AND FIFTY CfcXTS.
*THE STANDARD BEARER.
TWO 0..1 I lia- j
' A shout, a shout, for victory,
A cheer from the blood-red field.
As onward duahed the si rried laiik*
The guns their douth-knell pasJai "
' A youthful soldier (.purred along,
before the cannon's mouth,
beuring aloft, exultingly,
The Banner of Die Mouth. "
HUNTON'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PIANO
FORTE, in two ports, j.'.00 each; <jr to-'
This edition ha* a beautimUy-engraved title page |
is in the best style of lithography, and i* printed in
•*■*£ "°ld on i-troiia; white paper.
The usual allowance to tin* trade, with ten per
.cent, additional when one hundred copies of any one
piece of music or parts of 11 v i.t on ure taken.
NEW FRENCH GRAMMAR. Price, £J, by post,
m*e. One-third otf to the trade, with twcnty
flvepcr centum adabtionul tbr one hundred
copies.
Tkia Grammar has met with the general approval
of tbe nuiguines and pre** of the Conf.-deiu.-y and
piincipals and teacher* of institute* and acbooti into
whiek it ba* been introduced. ~»~" mw
5« •*<**» pubbcabona may be had at all book
and music atore*.
ATJCTIpH SALES.
FUTURE'DAY.
By Williamson aft Co., Auctioneer*,
IN" 1»3 Main atreet.)
A UCTION HarnLK OV HOUSEHOLD
aA^W^ft™* 1 OLAm *»»
On THURSDAY, the 2Sth instant, commencing
at 10 o'clock A. M., we will sell, ut the rc«i.h-n<e of
Mr. P. Disney, on Brook Avenue, near the branch,
hi* HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE
'ompnsjug the following a ml other aititles:
Mn hog mi v. Jenny bind anal other bedsteads.
Cabinets, WHsh-tends, Sofas,
Dining and other Tables,
Parlor and oth**r Chaiis,
Feather lbsls, afkalllßßlii,
blankets. Sheets, Quilts,
• Howls and Pitebera,
Plates, Dishes,
Cups and Saucers,
Wine Olassen, QeUete, Tumblers,
Knives and Porks,
Tibia- Linen, Pictur* *,
Mirrors, t urtiiins, Tin Safe,
Excellent Cooking Stove and utensils.
ALSO,
One lot Plank.
WILLIAMSON & CO.,
11,1 " Auctioneers.
3y Redwood, Phillips & Co., Auctioneers.
IX7E WILL SELL AT AUCTION ON
yp THURSDAY next, the IMk instant, at in
o'clock, at our salesrooms, No. M Main street,
1 splendid Brussels Carpet, entirely new, con
taining 72 yards, of excellent '.'Uiilitv .
At the same time, a lnrgc collet tion of
I Furniture, beds, Mattresses,
Iteilsteads, nothing, Chewing Tobacr..,
Smoking Tobacco, Uigurs.
ALSO,
Sevei-Hl Ooldaad Silver Wsmehas,
Jewelry, *Vc, ke.
REDWOOD, PHILLIPS ft (i>,
J Auctioneers, N., :,i Mate atreek
T SHALL SELL at tke Hoxae Lot, ia
Richmon 1, on SATURDAY, 27 tk of tbi* month
a urge PAY HOHSP, left at my farm oa Ike Ith ot
tlu- month by a BUB unknown to me, who said he
would call for him two days after an.l take him
to auction for sale. The owner must eoau f,,iw..i,l
and pay charges before tke 27th. or the horse will te
* ola - • THOMAS S. PLEASANTS
Sale by 10nw0,..., l'miiu* A < „ , Auctioneers.
RARGE AND ATTRAf'TIVE SALE -
ALL OP THE ELI.i.ANT PURNITURP' OF
: BALLARD HOUSE, IN THE CITY OF
HMOND, POR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION
ie proprietors of this noted establishment, in
tending to close the BALLARD HOUSE, will offer
for sale on THURSDAY, the Ist day of S< pteintier,
(and continuing every day until the Ram* i> li-]".-..!
of,) Bt 10 o'clock, tlie whole of the PARLOR, CHAM
BER, DINING-ROOM FURNITURE, kc.
The style, manufacture and condition of the above
are of the most desirable character, as the estab
lishment has been only recently funii-.hcd, .-.nd with
the greatest care and best judgment.
In the Parlor will be found Rosewood Suites of
Furniture, tardadtng
Tete-a-teta' Sofas,
Parlor aad Arm Chairs,
2 supeib Boeewood Ef.igre«, with marble tops,
Elegant Mirror-panelled doors,
lLindsomo reception Chair- 1 ,
spleiialid Bmss.l-, Carpets, ke.
1 \fiy excellent Rosewood Piano, by Nunm: A
Clarke, vei y fine tone ninl mike.
The entire furniture af one bund ■■«•.! Chamber-,
embracing Boeewood, Iktekogaajraad Walnut*, ham
bcr Suites, in, fading
Handsome Wardrobe*,
Cabintt-, with oval mirrors, entire nuiible
slab",
Wa-ah-ataiids, mm hie slabs,
Celitie Tabl.-s, marble slabs,
Sofas, Arm Chairs,
j Reception Chairs, ke.,
Ftegant Toilet*. haml-or Rets,
Very aaperter Haiaaad Shuck Mattresses,
Peat her bolster" and Pillows,
Excellent Marseilles Counterpanes,
Blankets, Sheets, Pillow* Slips, ftc.
Brussels Carpet* in all the ciiruul., 1.,.
In the DiniiiK-Room then- are
22 handsome Mahogany Extension Tables,
Maple Cane-Se.it Chaiis,
Handsome Castors, Chafing Dtekaa,
Dinner Knives,
Plated Polks, Spoons.
An assoitineiit of Cio.kery, such as
Dishes, plates, Tureen ;,
Cups and SaUa'ers, ate.
11l Kitchen. Piirniuire—
A variety ol vaJuable Cooking Utensils, ftc.
ALSO,
A Haitel Omnibus.-c-,,
9 Baggage Wagon*,
4 sei< Haraesa, in prime order.
The wjiole of the above offers a rare invitation to
parte-s Of enterprise who Wish to make a profitable
n.va stini-iif by purchar.iii!< the entire outfit with a
\i. aa oi re-opening 1 house bo widely and favorably
known. To private persons, a i-h.iii.-c seldom ..flcrc'l
is here p*reaented for .supplying themselves from a
very large, valual.l.* and well-a*sorted stock of good
I uimture, such as no other house can supply
T. C. TALIAPERRO ft CO,
Proprietor*.
Sale made by E. 11. Cook, Auctioneer, au 2i
By Thomas W. Keeeee, Auctioneer,
(Office corner of Twelfth and Cary streets.)
•TkNE HUNDRED CONDEMNED WA-
W GUNS, FIFTY CONDEMNED HORSES AND
MT LES, FOR BALE AT AUCTION. -Will be sold
on 1 RIDAY MORNING, September 2, .01,1111, n, me
at lti o'clock, at the Confederate State.-, Lot, Ba
con's Ouaiter Branch,
100 Condemned WAGONS,
50 Condemned HORSES aad MULES
By order of ROBERT P. ARCHER,
Major aad Uuarta-riii.i-atcr.
Bate cijiaiucta-d byTaoa. W. Kaarur*, Auctioneer
au ii
By P. W. Grubbs, Auctioneer.
T7LMINGTON, THE LATE REBI
IJi DKNCE OP WILLIAM ANDERSON, DE
tIvASED, A VERY VALUABLE FARM OF rTVE
HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE ACRES IN
HANOVER COUNTY. ABOUT TEN MI id's
PROM RICHMOND, PoR SALE AT AUCTION
W .'..'..V. %¥, ,lt lHl ' ,li '-' al «Ct"*n. OB the preiuir,e.s, on
SATURDAY, the 27th ot August, at 12 oYlo. k \1
the valuable FARM located a.i above, eadted Pl
mingtuii. It, is beautifully situated, coiitiimng
about five hundred and twenty-three acres, about
two hundred of which is cleared, fin- balance in ori
ginal and secondary growth ; and will-be so divided
■as to sell three hundred acres, with the improve
ments, consisting of dweilinr,', with five rooms, be
sides basement; kitchen, tour other servant.-,' house-,
stable, tobacco bam, hay-bourse ; and an orchard of
choice fruit, yard with abundance af shade, garden
well enclosed und productive, a well of excellent
water in the yard, the laim well watered and
healthy ; and the balance m two wootle.l bits, con
taining about ona> hiiinln-,1 and twelve u< les'ea. h I
having a bout a* the Telegraph road, and runnii"' !
biu-k to Stony Run arrack. The wood land i„ aery
valuable, being heavily wooded, and within one and
a halt miles of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and
Potomac ruilroad. tamassmtm will be given on Ho
ist day of October next, or sooner, reserving tlu.
pnvilege of securing and removing the growiiii
crops.
TOW*: One-third cash; bakaat* at six and
twelve months, interest added ; or ull 0888, at the
option of the purchaser.
0 . **• m • ORUBBS, Auctioneer,
au -° * Successor to Godabn A' Apperson.
rPWO SMALT* FARMS, WITH IM
JL PROVEMENTS, SUITED TO SMALL FAM
ILIES ONE CONTAINING SEVENTY-FIVE
ACRES, THE OTHER ABOUT TWENTY ACRPs I
ONE TEN, THE OTHER ELEVEN MILES
FROM RICHMOND AND ONE MILE FROM
THE RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG VNI)
POTOMAC RAILROAD, Foil SALE AT \f< -
TlON.—lmmediately after the sale of Elmine-toti
say at about 1 o'clock, on the 27th of August Bill
be sold at auction, the two little FARMS above d.*
sei'ib,*d. The one of seventy-five acres is on the
road from Richmond to Goodull's, and adjoins El
lington, knd i* susceptible of being made a valu
ai.te little place, having a goo<l proportion of cleared
tncud*w land and plenty-of wood land. The smaller
place has good little improvement*!; and beinsr on
the old stage road (a very public one), is a flue loca
tion for a trailing man. Both place* are healthy
und well watered, ami in gajod neighborhoods. They
will be sold at Eluungton, or on the premises aa
may be thought best on the day of side, us one ad
joins and the other is uot fat off.
Trans : Cash or credit, at the option of the mrr-
OamSMST. p. W. GKUBBS, Auctioneer,
au 20 Successor to Ooddin & AppeisJn.
MtEmmmV'i lMail a,ld Waataaala
.FAMILY OROCEH, corner Pn>t and
streets.
10 barrels Superior Whiskey,
i do. Apple brandy,
Wkaaa, assorted,
Superior Apple Cider,
Bacon and Dri.-al beef,
Butter aud L.v ,1,
Brown and Crushed Sugar*,
Black and Green Tt us,
5o barrels Superfine and Extra Flour
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
brooms, Buckets,
And all kinds of G.K>ds U .suidly kept in a Family
Grocery, at less than the market pr*c«. *
irt tmmm *-* *" « AI. i ,,
au flf~bt i -onur Fiist and broad »U***et*.
Q V I'KUIOR uun POWDER TKA *k~
IC? EfrMRKCE OP COFFEE, iteiiuine.
CRUSHED SUGAR, '
PRESERVING SUGAR.
COMMON and I. INE BROWN SUGAR
BELMONT CANDLES. AK '
Just received and for sale at
« .™. ,„. **• YERBY'S.
au *J -f Twel «»» street, south of »f*un.
EW. LONDON ACADEMY,
BEDFORD COUNTY VIRGINIA
Tn_V£s % T?,*** ?*1 ****•• m **•• I4T H «* SEP
. . Adar _** **»• underaigned at Fumat De
pot, Bcdlord county, Virginia.
»tt Jl-JawSw* Jt*»i»uial.
1 . Auonoy sALis, |
_._ TBM DAY.
By wlibrunson ft"Co", AmtToneers,
(Ho. 103 Mate utrer-t, la-twecn Ninth and Tenth.)
T>IANOS,
X FURNITURE,
GOLD WATCHES
FAN* V ARTliafjES,
CLOTHING, Ac,
-AT AUCTION.
at wir > k C A SI M V'Y' thf .? I th , i Inst"1 nst "» t . commencing
« .aS.il, M' we Wll * **•' at "ur H,.le*-ro..m
No. 1!W Main street, an assortment of OOODs ~ „'
ststing of the following and other article* i '
I Rosewood (CatkaWteatJ Pimm, i
1 Mahogany Piano, - both excellent-toned in
stitiinents, - v in- I
Mnhogany Cabinet-, j
Parlor, Cane and Windsor Chiirs
Dinnif;, Bailor aad Kitch. n Table',.
Sofu*, Lounge-,
French and ( 'othiav Bedsteads.
Feather Be.ls, '
Hair and Shiu k Mattress,.,,
Pillows, Bolsters, Sheets, Blanket* kc
Several ex.client • ,l,ii.. t S. *te** M*ektß**
i v.buns, Picture,, Mirrors
Fancy Articles,
j Otea Bad » rockery ware,
Clothi:,;:, Bocte aad Shoes,
Gold und Silver Wafebca
j Trunks. Oarpete, .M.ttinJ, ke., kc
! ~„.,„ WILLIAMSON A* O,
j By tlaajgiU* & Co., Auctioned*"
(No. LW Main (treetJJ
A IMTIOX SALE. -\V„ will paj| at auc
i \ tion on WEDNESDAY, the 24th instant, un
assortment of
BLOCKADE AND tiOODS
consisting of
boots, SHOES, HATS,
Pol KET-BOOK'S,
» API* OPS,
WOOLEN DRAWERS, fte., ftc.
Particulars hereafter.
en- ignmeata te this aaa* tat soli, itad
aa in BLAUGHI EJ*. ft CO., Auctioneer..
by Charles T. Worth im ft Co., Auctioneer*.
TJtTI WILL SELL ON \\'EDXESDA V,
TT G" -ith raateat, aaa*aca. tea at 11 o'clock!
20 bids, good to prune SI'UAH
K» kagafUOAJL
!*» tier,., white a'larificd SUUAH,
I Bag* liio COPI'KK,
111 tierces prima' Kiel-:,
Low lbs. TONQUA iiEANS.
•*'*•' Iba. prim.- Country SOAP,
20 bIjIs.'VI.NKOAR,
M sides S<jlc- LEATHER,
.'*•» " Russet LEATHER,
100 pair Emrlish SHOES,
and other article* nutate* te the trade.
ALSO,
IM) boxes black lv's TOBACCO, hiirhlv
• wretelied,
>o baa** pound lumps TOBACCO, different
brands,
2.5 bbls. Smokiiiir TOBACCO.
CHARLES T. WORTHAM *v CO ,
au 2.1-tils Auction an.
by George W. Willis, Auctioneer,
(No. V,A Main street.)
IITILL SELL AT AUCTION, AT MY
M STORE, on WI.D.\E*,DAY, Augti-t 21th,
commencing at lv o'clock,a tetw* amid.-.n-ibl.- lot
of HOUSEHOLD and KIICHIN ItßNlHi't-:
ca.nsi- tmg in part of
BclsteriJ", Peat her 8.-al",
Mattel****, Tables, * hairs, ftc ,
One lnrge Preach plat.- Minor,
Mtoves, Crockery, OIBBHBBU.
Reatly-in.de Clothing,
Blanket*, Dry Good-",
.Shoes, Boots,"
Tobacco, (igars,
Bacon, Rice, .
Pour barrels Vinegar,
Lot Of Pipes, ke.
Several tine Gold and Silver Wat. h,•--.
Jewelry, Ac. (J. \\' WILLIS,
au - ,! Aacteoncer.
By Iterate* T. Woithani A: Co., Auctioned a
Tl rE WI LL SELL ON WEDNESDAY,
* f the 2lth ißateat,, oinmeii. lag at 1! o'clock
a e-eneral assortment of UROCERII.S mil other,h
aralde good*.
P.uti. ul-us aaill be gi a ell oil the ,lav ,till day l.e
fole the sale. ' "
Parln- wi-hing to avail rlUßßßlillTlia uf this sale
Will plea v send their g,„„l, in licfo;,' the ,1 i\ ..t
«•*''' CHARLES T. WOR'l HAM & to.
au 23
\l< ITION SALE < IP VER\ DESIRA
BLE AND SCARCE MERCHANT TAILORS'
GOODS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, Im;i - (i
R. HOWARD, Men bant Tailor, retiring from biisi
n. ■-, will -.11, .ii the above day, ;l t auction, at hi
store, on Pourtecnth striat, .No. 1 In, opposite the
Exchange Hotel, bis entire stuck of lii-"t-ela- MER
CHANT TAILORS' GOODS, adapted to tiiM-1.1
--trade -Cloths, Cassimei-es and V. .tiiu-s, anal the
heat quality of Trimming,,, Button-, an.l all hfs
stock on hand; Black Alpacas and English Lustre*
Sileci.is.
A LSO,
Ba*** handsome Ready-made Qaraamte of his
own make.
Sale will coiniiicmeat h>*j oMoa-k.
6. R. HOWARD,
.„ n No. Jill Pourtitnth >tract,
au *J—2t* Opposite Exchange Hotel.
w. v. aaaarrr. j H . F . IIALI
WA. RAMSEY & (JO.,
. AUCTION AND GENERAL
CO MM IISSION MERCHANTS,
3os Pro*.! street, toppoafUt Union bunk,)
AUGUSTA, UEORGIA.
G A. PaKKni, Am tioncer.
aanaaat is :
Auimsta—Edward Thomas, Hon. R. II May, Al
fred linker, J. H. Taylor, Fleming & Robcrson,
Henry Eduioiulson. '
Atlanta—Win. Hcrrin? & Son.
("luinhiis Jl. <.. (icaodiich k Co., Lawhoni A
Rossett, David Huiisoii.
Macon E. Wiiislup, Saul-bury k I*****
SaVHi.nah-W. M. Stalk.
Charleston -0. N.-Hubeit, W. T. Purge, J. Pur-
Ath.-iis J. S. Linton, R. L. Blooniflcld
wdaraajteß J. i> ivis-m, Cteeraa Myers
Huk 1 *!!^ 01 '' 113 U H Ml> °"' " ° >Waaw*, J. E.
Richmond, Virginia- George E. W. Nelson, John
A. Uowen. ~____ au2-lin
IVTOI E< E. - lux-pav.'isultl,,. Ninth Dis
i-1 .''" L Chesterfield county, Vinrinia, who Bare
m.t paid their Taxea aa Sate* t,. March Itet ~nd June
S»lh, Ist,! ; and all pßfaoaa who have Hot paid their
Hicine protiv-ajaiy :„„! (i ,ttl- tax for the Veal
ending December 31st. 1883, a,,, hereby n.-.tdi.,!
that tor the put*.,,*. „j- receiving said t ixes I will
attend at Cheslerliclrt Ct.urthou c, Tuesday, the TH
•lav oi the pt.-eiit month; tedoarpb Mver*astare
tl ' 24th ; at th.- oak c of W. Amber!, in the tewTe.
Manchester, on the 25th. Ail delimiuentai who fail
te pay at the tun.' ah.,-,-, ateted will be t-rharatd
double taxes, accoiviing to law, together With the
cost of .vile, tint/ aud tax.-. Business hours from
I o clock A. M. to A o'clock P. M.
G. II ROBERTSON,
au lti—fit* Collector Ninth Dtettict Yirpaaa.
AT UllCE.—Conunamlants .md other* of
i.l[ the army and navy will plca.se pay attention
to the nobce alreudy given that atrraatCßßßßßte have
been made for a steamer to leave Rocketts DAILY
at 7 o'aloek A. M. and -1 o'clock P. M , for the pur
pose ol towing barges and taking to Drewry's BlufJ
quiu-termaster and commissary afaaja* and other ar-
I tide* for the army «in,l navy. Except in ***** of
emergency, steamers will not be furnished at other
tours. JOHN 11 PARKER,
Lieutenant in charge office Bfßßßka Sen ice,
J p - l ~ tM Navy Department.
NOTICE TO TAX-PA VERS OF
TWELFTH VIRGINIA DISTRICT.-All
jiersons in my disti nt west of Sixth street who have
not been assessed according to law, as well an those who
have been assessed and have not paid all their QB—fBB
ly sales tax, including soldiers' tax to Ist July 1 SCf I
hereby notify that the penalty will be exacted If
them alter the first day of September, 1864, miles*
sufficient reason is given for their dcliu.-ucncy
__, ___ * A. WOODS,
t ol lector Twelfth Viirnniu District
a jl v tl*>tSeO* B"*"*» •'wina.a.
VrOTIOE- -Alaraya <m hand, und for
11 sale, MOLASSES BARRELS, I.IUUOR BAR
RELS, WjOUR BARREL** ~,,d ill khl
Sf TFbS™ PS m,s ' **"■ °*»****» •» he
left at h. Delr.ru, s Grocery, No. 7 Frjiiklm .treet,
or at my < „,.pei -hop, or*f**t*.**eiitevnlh raticet, comer
at bal.Uin, near the Ceiih-ul Railroad WoMmahtmt
Delivered an**, wkerc in the clly m tti
*"*•*' -V J 11. MF/rZEH.
N< )TI tK. It having \mm reported Uiat
lam about to close my buMi..--u, .*„,-,
aiuence of having been u**ign.*d to military duty, I
take pleriKuie in.stating- Uiat I have made such ai
niiigeiiiaiits u.s will insure it- continuance, and hope
my friends rand customer** will, ip mv absence, con
tinue Un- liberal patronage hen*tofore U-towed
upon me 1. YERBY. beuler vi Fine Wines,
teatuurs ke., No. i Twelfth stieet, south of Main
au 18 —ot*
NOTICE- I wish to j.ur. lit-.' a good
FARM or caehunge for some CITY PbOpER-
JOHNH AIREK,
.mmm-JM* 3bOldMarket_
iVTOTI' K. Fwi k*W b y ♦;)„, month, aa
11 ear* Ileal COOK, without iiHumbraiu*. for
whom the owner has at present no use. For terms
apply at my a,fbce, 161 Main -diect.
*-"■** ~ u P. T. wtluams.
4 CARD.— Dr. W. H. GIBBS offti*
•%*g*Jfßwataaß»J *emc** te tiwdtteeaaof Mate
. Office on west ttide of Fourth .beet, near
Jackson. lUebmond, Virirhua. au^lxt*^
•pANALBOAT BELL.—The canalboat
******* A^y w tu^y*-
SALES.
„ •Wl urr' Da f —--*«-..
By P. wTo^^p^^'—
f AliOE AND ATJ'KAUTIvu. *,
JJ OP REALLY VALIAMiV- i,;. X **Ut
FXRNITUPK. ftc., AT AVftui- '"." s Hlo| i
•aetete' t«.'."»mi ß ilt,.,,i, ,'V,,.. ', ">" S
Smith, Esq., I „h»ll «*. „ t pul.li. „,a' , l'" 1 !' A,!.,,,,,
rewdenre, next <Uor to th. *■■ ~.'.•
tfbua, on MONDAY 'next, ""ok? k J f ft
<(.mn..n**ir.e»t 10 o'rterk. his alakwaaV l ****«,
and other ITPNITI'ItK, ,or.*,.t n " f
variety; •bbbbb which are miulr v.* ' . ""
hand*om. artn ler*.. mbra.iiie a iJL y ' ' i
Silver Ote*. and Ckbavw^ %, , "", ■ 4 .
f.r.sl b,r .a 1,,. It ~ ~,.1v BBBBBaVI *• '■ • J a/
tides to fully oppiw .ate th.v, 7 t " , "**- y^
eteakte» taW •TfITBT H i.d Plat.da-.rc ..
BBBBBdftsMBI Dinner H.-U ; „ I .rse ~,'.' r ' Ir ' '*■
cut-0. ; . r in*-H„n.,...r 1imM ,V.';,,;;.■. ••
Jelly Ola**,*, „,„■, j,,,,,.,, „„,''"'• *>.*, „,
aaaa ly tbaad ta a tw-.*,.. , v
kiindrrd and twenty-five bush. U ..f ~ AU
fhis is well worthy the at. V
au24 J******^*^
By F- w. ombb*, *«aha*. r -
\t.kt valuable puoplm..**.-
Jf ONE ENTIRE BQUARE a « tTI
IMIUNDLD BY IVY, Ki.,s|,,„ \ Ml>*l s
wiMteßow atp,ibih.a„.u!.„;.;';,■ ■•,''"■■•
rkii-Ai.the jj.itt, of a,,,,,, . .'"•",•' •■ a
tea *..y v..l,,ai,ie SQUARE OP I avi*. i *" "
above, tela* lots Kaa I*3 t£ ~' AN| "■•• •;. 1.,
. tkt. teal**^o>|**ti>B«^^^i!gi_ w '
improving section. '"*"-tm.-.,t ,„,- .
Taaas: Om-thir.l eaab- 1.....
■3M*>3tSL' -T5 .
.-« rr^^A'J
By ■11...mr.\\ I
8 A LE OP STOCK (»p ,•«„„ ,
A'VIM.V ...am.M,,,., U
ernment our* tore, a*. Wl jl -,*!!1 , ' , "
rim! Ninth Greets !,,-,, i, ,",,'- ' I
tke "»th in b - ' _? '" i,tl "", "ii WON )A\
v -.in in tat ~ mmeiuteg ■) i„ ~- 1 ■ ," „
our, •bw.tocki., fra.i... „„;„.,„ . , '"* * *.
»'•'" I"* HI. rial 5,,,,,,,,,; ,'.„, . ~
most, ,1,1,,,,.,,, b| (li , ■
Superior a it/ai-.,
Brier-Rout Pipe*,
P.p*-r, Envelop-.-,
Port Maaaaiea, Cmbb*
Boaaa,
rlMCtetk Di,-.- t.^i,
L* lie*' Drear* Good*,
ir-.1.t a*i..jly.,f..!her .1-lrable rirta..:. ,
T . . A LBOL
Tho More Fixtures and furniture, M |. h a*
< -"";;.Ms,m..,wc : ,-.«. IroaSafe,
1 HKtaß IValea, s;., VI .
* hair*, D**fca, ft.
Parte 1 teniaaj r*od* abaraj witk ~* w"
timely Battel what ibstWion , i" '
.■* ( .1. ; .-'.n.JuctrlbyT. W. Kii,,,,.V, !.!.*'
uy*. s PI ft, Aaaioaeer.
(V FKUIAY, th,- 2Mh in-,,,,, , „•„
A^«.Kll I *,li,^v ( L^iVv;;i.:',. ,,
ttekboai-da,
beta ■ -.
s -!-M.*s (te . ft*
In a barge a**orteieat of CROCKERY a
found I tin.* Dinnei Set
1 la* lw* Set, •
Cnpa, Baaeerß,
Pllt.s. Ilj.hc-,
Soup TBI 11 111.
Tiiini.la-i-.,
Willi-., ke , | .
I ALSO,
[ A large lot tfCteara, hrarr, i ft,
Bf**** Bad the ii-iiaU.uic.v ol Kit |
tend '''hepuhli, gincliilly ~, ;. . ;■
' oiiMi'.iiiii.iitt Bobelted till ,iiv ..t k\\,
""-' E s. PLEAS \ \ i ■ \ ■
by Rohiii-on, Ad.aina _ f,,, \.,, tl , :i
(o**B*r a.f Ninth and Main -:• -
I A ROE AM> ATTRACTIVE Ml
J *)l GROCERIES,
* »n ii>\ goods m.i
M \M KAi ili.i.p 1,, i,-,,. ~
-M API II
On FRIDAY NEXi, _~th .„ tent, ,t I
We will uth I
U ictiicl- ih-:,.-to |ami..\,-.v mi, m ■
21 barrel* medium grade B
M half barrel* Uui •;,
10 barrels Crushed Sugar,
!»» bags Ri.. t otite,
10 big, I ul, i (-oth-e,
l". teaiUaSt DanuagoCatte,
lv cahks new Rice,
i teaja < rt -ii ii Pipper,
M k.ga ih tail, Soda,
In beaaa Beaten Bar Boap,
10 abase* i ...Iti-.li, |B9 lb*, each,
10 boxe* 1'1u1.,1, .pi.,., Oround JavaCofke,
2.. boxe* Pearl Starch,
With .v general aaa ru.., at .: Oro, em • i, .., . i
Saadnaa
ALSO,
HO packaer* Manuf.u tin. 1 I •
8 BBB* Ibguba Ph.ri.li ( ■ i |
ALSO,
!•> b.les i-i Aagusta Hi. .tu ■,
*j bil.-s ;-s Granville Sh
10 bate* 7-S Usr.nhurgs,
.'. baleeatriped Dean, -ti. -,
.', bases t otia.n Yams.
We solicit eoaaigßßßMitofai the ai ~-,
WlUaßll 1'"!.,.,..,, * i_-ais;ii,.ll. W ii„r...:|,i . .
Cotton tteoda ~t 11 o'clock
Grocer.,-, ut 12 o\ l.„ k
ROBINSON, ADAMS \ . ■>.
______ '
By 11 Benson afc *teatßer, Aaet»aaeaa
VBEAUITKII, VMM IN Al | :
, MARLE (t'LMV 1..U REM AM, >.-
OBOES FDR HIRE Ie: . ..„,M. t„ ~-i*. • i.i> ;•
s..ia.tl rittentia.ii to lay Kami, I will i.-nt it and l„i
--tlaa-i.iyioestoa lt nut rented prim ,
beforek md, 1 will pal it v; ,t ~ I .
Ist daj ol ScpdiiuM t, ltaoi, an wkick al
sell the- jptaataa crop, hois.., cattle, bagi ..i. 1 r*r« -
ing utensils, ram i iiwtaiiiMthrr* ln.i,.i,
ty-eteht acres, and In- six [C nub* i.. ,
lott.-s\ille. E I l! t .U.K.
nu »- ■aosTßm ch.uloti.-v.ti.. \ .
By D. K. Wti.siger, Au,.ti.,iia-*r.
T?0U8 HUNDRED AND rt)l 8 1111
X O* OKOUND IN MARX"' Aldlllw.N i
MA Nt 11BSTE R X.> X SA LE AT AUCTION
sell at auctmn, witbeat hnut a* res, rv*,
DAY, tha 2ith iii.d.int, at I B'clock I' M. ' ■
hundred und four feet of GROUND, in *4tun N
33, Marx's Aalditiaii t.. Man, ha si. i, with* -.
spring on it. This lot ia aakaarabij id ■•
pels,.li cl;a-| ( ;ed ill the daily tiUsll,,-s It
a aaa] fence, and has a a*m aaibng
water through it.
Tih-ws: Cash. 1). K. WKlsluKi:
au lb—ids Au-'.:
T ARdK AND ATTKAtTIVK a\kU
Jj OF HOTEL FURNIITHE. il .tb '-'
suWnber* having deteimined to , i<>-■ '■>■■
House," olhrr tor nit all the alaaaal Earr
AppurttlUHKus, ke, thereof ~t aril ate sal, , BBt
l«t day of September, at which tune, unit
of privately, they will commence, vi.l •• -i ■'-"■
sale from day to day. until the whole i.« ah*!"
Mo*t of thin Furniture is n< w ami
portion of it having been msnamamst ■'<>'-• J
heavy expense. All of which is in .'*eeu>nt tondi*
tion, on noount of very ajMaVJ ■*•**
Thi* sale pre-ent* a very rare oyyarteni,
party wishing to invest, or wlio da-siras. i ,-** l SUSP
tion for hotelkeei*ing, Ac. The .ouari,; » '' ' * '
bring large crowds to the lanital, aa ! I
in ctcellellt business can he .I.*"- i
House will be closed after the Ut day *>f *>?***•
v ****.ept to parties wishing to BBaaate* '!><" htasmt,
A. We mil thocspecl.il attention tt pMi
desire to buy the whole with a vk'W of n-opnnm. j
Pit'B*S a> fto l k V ™ Wfi •Bo" * " I
1) W. GRUBBS, Al UTIOKaOaAg
OENERAL RIAL ESTATk' •*>'*•.
makes tlie lollowiug BraawaUoa to per***--* * !
i.ai aatete akfak ti*»-v atek tedta*«>« -' ' : f l '
sale: If they will write to nt. dv~n >•••"■ ttetl
perty, and ellclos*- by letter tit. aar*W*B* fte** -
willing to expend in Bd****d*uai "** *""" 1 *"
piepaie ,*iid lu*ve ill-verted in ssm • ■
per* published in Richuioit.t a ikert ■ B
descriptive of tha' taint-, :uut use i..\ l»"t rH**'!*'
selL If no ade'la clfei fed, I will n.sk. ae ■*■»
other than the aJaeru-.uu*; wh*-n * ■
cither by rue or through my u*«truniiatahtj. «"
will charge tbe usual BHaaaaatea
P. W GRUbbS. *Btta*B*a*.
au 22—at aucee**a»r to th-Min .V iPi*'***.
IjUiR B*U*wa a .STATION Alt V .BtttJ
1 ENGINE, with a nut—inch Cyhuder, l***'
elght-iln.li stroke. With two aWj***B> lU*"*" 1 *
lauig, twenty -«i x-in* h diameter, in ».a*od iu...e'
der; a One lot ol Shallmg, ..<••'' «*»
eighth to two aud tinec eßjtktk-ia. h abaawKr. _
Couplimrs, Hanger* and Pulbes corn* I.l*. *"V
lot of belting, ftom thr»**> t*. feu in* he* a**** il**
to STACY * to., i art •«*•*
au 1» fit* Oppor.iu.th*'N.*/ilM*.b.i- **' t
All ijearaona indebted to J"
l> eatate ol tke late JOSEPH M CARig
TON wib please come furw-ud aud u**k« i* o ***
payment to tke t*ud«r»igacd, at hw odk*. Ob •' 5
aud broad rtreatta; aad alt -*«r*oa» b»* lß f. ' r
agaiavtsaid e*tate will pssimtut «^':,!*_ 4
tat attkftawk H^uaov.
Altera** tbr Mr*, k. G. Cania«-tu«. k*aa"*****
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