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X uitt W t KTvi> The higbcet market price wdl be
paid at raia WM for all kinds of MM- cottoh
ami i.isio lion, in Urge or small quantities.
FRIDAY MORNING SEITEMIiKR t, UM
It i-> plain ii. .1 lan, ..In md his gang consider the
I hi. ao.. Convention nn affiii of serious importance
lrom the desperate I </..._. with whnh tht y-are endea
Vjnng to influence its decisions. Il was ft-_*- > «-Vn.
tii.r.i the first, that tinh'ss Grant could achieve ....nu
f , i at succo.-1« tore tht Convention mot, it-do. isious
«- ittl.l l_c nt a nat-are t.> cause Lincoln MMMM in.oli
v. in, ik,- This Giant ik unable to do. On the
contrary, tor two w.-eks previously t<> tin- moetinir of
tb" Convention, he had been uniformly th-foated in
all bis .itt. iitpts M bath sides of tho liver, mad. evi
dently with a view to influence it* p*_ci-<s|ings. The
r.suit of all tlte-n* defeats was between nine and ten
thousand prisoners, safety 1--.1-*. d in prison in this
tity, where they can be counted by anybody who
may choose to ttsht the trouble. What the killtsl
..nd w..untied footed up, wo cannot ascertain with
any degree of accuracy, but it t ertamiy did not fall
short <.f five thousand. The only offset t_> tins con
stant recurrente of ill fortune was the capture of
the Weldon railroad, md the repulse of m attempt
in ido to recover it, with a loss to us of .about eight
hundred turn This litUe brec—of good luck was
Milb.i.nt for Uie Yankees. It gave (.rant something
to tto upou. and tho telegraph waa depended on to
do the rest. The occasion was sa serious that tho
t ileiit- of the grout liar, Stanton, were put in rcpii
■ation wit limit, wo think, suth.-ient cause; for Grant
could have Us-it depended on to write the telegrams,
although he ha< beeu very generally beaten in the
Ucld since tins campaign opoiied ; or, if he distru«ted
his c.w/1 invention, he h.i_» two very promising .u
--lt.iidin.iti-8 in Hancot-k aiul Meade.
Stanton, it seems, telegraphs to Dix, that "on
Thursday, the tSth, General Hancock, who was ut
Iti unit's station, was attacked scvcrid times during
the day. but repulsed every ...viuult. At half-past
live in tli*' evening, a combined uttatk was matte ou
hi e.-iitrc and h-11, wlii.Jh, Miter one of the most des
per.it'-assaults of the war, •■/. .'./ fed in the em my
it ithJ inu ,i,'i fi ~m the field, lent ing theii diml and
.' lUHttut on the ground." ,
This In- is so sliomeloss, so impudent and so bold,
that we should feel disposed to credit It entirely to
Stanton Ad not the telegraph further inform M
that llmoot k had his full share 111 tho invention
1 li.it flogged general recovered breath from his di üb
bmg iv time to assure " all whom it might con"
tern," (and it concerns everybody who has any share
in handling tho thousand millions that are appro
priated every year to carry on this war,) in his olli
. iai report, that hi.- laaaM uu the occasion will not
exceed twelve oi liitcii hundred men, killed, Wound
ed and mi-mil', and that this was the most mmape
rate lighting of the war. Now, the fact is, that two
thousand and seventy prisoners, taken iv that en
gagement, who brought to tlii- city. What tho killed
and wounded were We do not know ; but We suppose
thoy could hardly have boon loss than a thousand,
if the fighting was so MM We took also
nine guns, which definite uumbor is mystihVd by
the n-port into "several." This would be enough
to show that Hancock wa-s coniplt tely routed. Two
thou- md prisoners and nine guns, utter an engage
ment of two hours oidy, toll a tale which defies tho
combined ingenuity of Hancock and Stanton. Their
meaning is too plain to bo mistaken. They signify
a complete rout; and so it was, if we may credit the
report of those who were engaged in it, and who add
that but for the seasonable arrival of night, Han
cock's corps iuid hiive boon utterly destroyed. So
JkMRe from thi* being the seveivt engagement of the
», w-hi. than partn ipants say Unit the Yankees I. .u.-ht
very badly, as is proved by tho fact of theii having
been routed in two bourn. But Hancock is ansiou-,
to save the reputation of his corps, and Grant doles
not wish it to be known that his troops have been
demoralized by an almost uninterrupted series of
defeats and disasters
As these lies Were concocted to WW a ytry im
portant purpose, all the generals of any standing
teemed to consider it a duty to contribute Meado
telegraphs that the field is covered with dead rebels,
(our whole loss, we now learn, very little exceeded
five hundred, though \%t down kc yon hundred at
first,} an.l that the " guiud talked with rebel
officers, who said tho rebel los.sc_> wore greater than
ever before during the war." It is a pity that nei
ther the blank officer nor the rebel officer is named.
Had they been, We might have felt disposed to be
lieve Uiat Meade artually heard this ; as it is, wo W-
•leve no more of it than ho doc-6 Itimself, that is to
nay, uota woid of it. No rebel officer exude any
such statement to any blank Yauktv officer, or any
body else. It is a lie out of the Wbtde cloth.
Grant could not i_et ... b ■ favorable opportunity
pas-, withou_t U*rc.iug in a lie of his own. He say:;
tbj n\ajp oaanot stand the losses on the Weldon
railroad! Those losses do not exceed two or three
thousand men, but .': tnton says they foot up ten
tbou-.in-1 Grant's statements arc uot go.-p. I, and
hi- predictions do not always pruve true. He
change:i his deh-nuiuatipu ampaaiaamxaaj, eapammMy
whin ht- mpmgfamt, as hi- once did, to fight it out on
a certain Une ii it took him all summer. He net
out to come to Richmond. Why did nut he ooine,
-..nd why is he delaying now if the rebels tanned,
stand their losses on the Weldon railroad I
It is certain that Lincoln looks with intense anx
iety to Uie decisions of *he Chicago Convention -
Otherwise he would not have put lus machinery of
lying into operaUon so extensively ut thi. precise
moment, The fact that there is such a conven
tion at all, indicates that there is deep ek.ss._iti_l._o
tion with his measures; and tho fact that ho watches
it with such intensity, and uses ench chsgracelul
means to influence its proceedings, proves its mi.
. portamc in bis estimation.
Nt )TICE —Taken up on my pnini..t>B, on
Thirty-second and N streets, i 'hun h Hill, on
.uo .list day of August, two HOGS, (one white, the
other spotted). The owners will tome forward,
prove property, pay damages and take them away,
01 they will be dealt with according to law.
Mrs MARTHA 8. PAYNOR,
corner of Thirty-second-and N streets,
se 2 —2t** Richmond, Virginia.
EELIGIOITS N O TIC E. — Preat hiug
EVERY SABBATH AFTERNOON at five
■ i-ek, at the battery ou the Meadow Bridge road*,
iiitci mediate line, beyond instead uf at Battery Nu.
7 -l I itt,-.ins soldiers
,a-Jaiv tt 'loii -_. —_. and
are _m eaniesUy invited to attend. The preachin_i
— at the bouse of Mis. W. S DriPHKi:.
se 2—2t*
IJOUND, ou Broiitl atreot, n few d-iv.s
1 since, a POCKE'I'-BOOK containing a .mall
sum of money. Tlio owner can get it by calling at
the BARBER-SHOP on I'uo.id rtrect, between Sixth
and Seventh, describing property and paying for
advertising. _o_l--2t*
(*IARRIAUES FOR SALE—A large
J and elegant assortment of i'AKiIIA<»ES,-__c ,
ooiihitting of Close Carrriages, one and two-horee
Rockaways, Shdiug-stjat and Top Buggies and
Hulkeys Also, a lot Of BPRINO STEEL, at the
office of Tredegar li -on Works. se a—lt*
OORA, SOKA.^SORA.
The first suit a oi the season just received, and
.will be served up ITI the tin. -t style at
mt-tt* Tom oriiein's.
FOR SALE, several nice BUSINESS
-£&S_L__4 01,, ' flMe OVERCOAT ; also,
some MOCKING-BIRD CAOCS, 111 good order
and a beautiful Urge CANARY t.'AOE, two yards
■■_■_ ft. KINO, Dyer,
ac I—M* Main street, above Eighth
FOR THE POTOMAC.-— Penons de
sirous of going to the Potomac, by getting
proper pi—sports cau set ure seats iv a plot intuit con
veyance and at moderate t harges. Apply at It-
Main street, between tho hours of 9 and lit o'elo, k
>_2-tai*
A FINE HORSE FOR SALE-We
Jr\ have as tine a SADDLE HORBE lor sale a.
canbe found iv the world. Would suit any officer in
the army. He is eight years old.
WILSON ft CHOCKLEY,
ac t— at* Twetftfa street, south of Cary.
(_OW AND CALF FOR BALE.-~For
J tale, a fine young COW and CALE. Apply at
tbe corner of Niu.-te.-uth and Oraee afreets, between
tbo bourn of 3 and 7 o'clock P M
mt-tt* £. B. W.APPKRSOII
TO HOTELS, HOSPITALS AND OFFI
CERS. -For hire, a good HOSTLER and a
jacity good COOK. He is also polite-,attentive, and
a very careful servant. Apply to ,
/ H. L. HUNTER,
ac t—tt* , Hanover Junction
OTTOir AND WOOL CAKJJS fori
***•&. POWBH9 A VALENTINE
SPECIAL l jtotic_w.
-!*-_■ OH —imi| Lately
Kkd, for sol. by WEST k JOHNSTON,
i street, Ui. hmond :
I.
I.i Mil. PGII (T.AIMAXTSGF MM I. ASKD SOL
DI K1.;., Im-mii' iiistim ti.,11- to ,llll)\ elli. II -,
with a imitation t>f Uu- I_aws. an.l Orders of
the War Department, 'Ac, ice. By Colonel
W. 11. Fowler. Revised and approved by the
Second Auditor and Comptroller of tbe I'le.i-
Miry $J.
11
—___. t.oI.DKX DAOO__a A Re____«ef Catt
fornia Traitslal.sl fn.tit tho French af I'.tul
Inalby tr gentleman of Louisiana $ 1
HI
IHK -OITHKIiX SCHOOL ARITHMETIC; or,
YOUTHS' ASSISTANT By A ie 1 Fowhf.
(tettAwAfnmesamen ) tt
IV
__W__«.*% _-*_-_ or. Till. KAHL's DAUGHTER
l.v Mn. Henry Weed, BM—M of "Tbe Hon*
j of Ashley," tte. <b •»
MM di-sinn.. t<> bare this . banning no
vel should order it apeaxMtr, the edition being
Imutcil and the prist nt Ml very' rapid.
V.
TURK!-: MONTHS IN THK soI'IIIKKN STATES,
April,' May mid June. MS. By Lieutoniint-
Colom-I Frciniiitlo, ColiMream Guards' «..*..
VI
Gi:.\EltAL OK DHL'S FROM THK ADJI'TANT
AND INSI'KIToK (IKNF.itAL'S OFFICE,
from January Ist to June 30th, ISOI, with
full index. S3.
VII.
MISTRKSS AND MAID A household story. Ity
Mitts .Mi. I■ ■ h author of "John Halifax, Gen
tleman," _vo ,ke St. *
MIL
TIIK RIVALS A( lm kabomtny story liy Mi sa
M. T. 11 ,of Virginia. $2.
IX.
WAIT TILL THK WAR, LOVE,*IS oVKR. A
now and ln-intitul sang ; arranged for piano
forte or guitar. !>2.
Any of the above sent free by fii.ul on I. ci ipt ot
price. Address
WEST i JOHNSTON, l'ubli-hcrs,
«_» 2—2t Ricbmoiitl.
43*r Special KoTKt The suit, nt the
llaii.ahu Ht.isi will he continued THIS MOKN
INO, Ht HI o'cloi k, it ith the ( haniber Furniture.
so 2 fi. B. COOK, Auctioneer.
Notice.—We call the at
tention of the trad.- to oar an tion sale on Fit 11 »A V
the id of September, of GROCER IKS, fOITON
OOODS and SUNDRIES, vi/.: .
2o b tnels XX New Orleans Seatae,
17 do XX Mew Orle. ma Sugar,
li do. ihtiieo Sugar,
20 do Mediiini Sugar,
12 do. Crushed Sugar,
If. burs Rio Cotfet-,
\1 dv tsul,;, Ogfiee,
l'> I, nil Is __.agu.iyra CotfcC,
7 do Florida Molasses,
4 do. Alcohol, Si per eenr .
10 buses Candles,
M do. Rosin Soap,
100 dozen Blown Windsol Snap,
12 barn-Is Family Flour,
li cases Fresh Orouud Mii-tar...
With a general assortment of GHOU—K—BS
ALSO.
» man Florida Q__an_
* ,i,OOO Genuine Havana Cigars,
llu bales 1-1 Gniuitovillo ■t_.illi.-_,. to bo Sold
witln mt reserve,
10 bales 7-S She.tiii",
i do. Striped Domestic,
fi dozen Country Calf kins,
li do. French lull- kins, ,
fi pieces black Brandt loth,
M patterns Black cloth, for Ladies' Omka.
1 Family Carriage,
I set Double Harness,
1 case (H.S pairs) Gentlemen'-. Heavy Engh-li
Oalters, '
1 case Brogaps,
50 dozen Fine Cutlorv, con-isting af —able
Cutlery, S. issor ~ and Knives.,
3t> gross frail Buttons.
50 dozen boxes Black I'nis,
With a variety of Boots, Shot-s Dry Qoock uud
Sundrie-.
We will sell Tobacco an.l < igars prompUy at HI
ocloik. Cotton Goods at 11 o'clock. Groceries al I
Uf. o'tlotk. |
ALSO.
I riaU'orm Sealle, (t,M*_ pounds,
M pans t 'otttu» Gtada, | N,« lv.)
1 barrel Machine Oil,
49 pieces hm-t Bleached t ottoii
BOBOfSOK, ADAMS _ CO ,
80 * Auctioneers.
tkyß*' Wantf.ii, Dead Dosses, Cows a*_»
MULES.—If persons having Badl on their lot- nH
procure a dray aftd have the animal hauled |c situ
tannery, in rear or the I'oor-House, foot of Seeuß-i
street, wo will pay ten dollars drayage oa same.
au 12—euAPif 11. J. MAIGNE 4. 00
fs{_f* PLEAS-HE Ext'fltSlGN TO THE FxXMttt.
Tho STEAMEIt WILLIAM ALLISON will .will.
a PLEASURE BlflfßllfTTf ihnrn Uui liiim ilwi
to tbe Fleet on FRIDAY NEXT, September -M,
at -I. o'clock iiithealteriioon, rrtiimhig about —uk
to Ui, lv i ioi id.
Fare for the trip, 5 b t hildrtn under Un. Vc.irs ol
age half price.
Cotillon Mu-1, Is pngaged.
Kofreshments will be found on Un Lc&t auil of
BUSINESS NOTICES
WE. PRICE,
a On,nt:it aaa Cam* nsaaoa _M.mcn.tM,
Tl—rt,tilth street, U-twwu Main and i arjj,
UieiiMtiNu, Viiioi:.-ia,
Keeps constantly on bead a general atxwattm tent of
GROCERIES, WINES and UoCOlts, which he
is prepared tv sell at the lowest market rates ll*.
invites the of the public
t'onsigiamutsWlicitod. ho 1 - 12f
w. a. aA_*s__v. | b r. hall.
WA. ItAMSEY & CO.,
, AUCTION AND GENEKAL
I COMMISSION MEKCHANTS,
308 Broad street, (opposite Union Hank,)
AUGUSTA, OEOROIA.
O A. Park in, Auctioneer.
HfM—M—_:
Augusta-Edward Thomas, Hon. R. 11 May, Al
fred Baker, J. 11. Taylor, Elemiug fc Koberson,
Henry Edinondson
Atlanta —Wm. Herring k Son.
Columbus— H. 0. Goodrich _ Co, LawhoYn &
ROoSett, Duvi'i Hudson.
MiU.n—E. Wiuship, Saulsb—-y k Pease.
Savannah—W. 11. Stark.
Charleston-C. N. Hubert, W. T. Buret', J. Pur
ceU.
Athens—J. 8. Linton, R. _. Bloomfield.
■Wilmington J. D. Poissou, George Myers.
Montgomery Jt It Mitt.*, 11. 1) Browder, J- M.
Hukill.
Richmond, Virgin—.-Oeorge E. W. Nelson, John
A. Bowen. au 2- lm
DANIEL K. WEISIOEIt,
• Auction and Commission.Merchant,
Odd Fellows' Hall, Richmond, Va.,
Will make wiles of Real Estate or Personal Pro
perty in town or country. Also, Merchandise,
Provisions, Hour, Oram, &t., m store, and solicits
consignments from his friends and tho public t,ener
ally. am ia—Mttw—kwMt
I__jIDWASD McADAM,
.J Ukockk ami Commission Mik, ii am.
Thirteenth street, near Cary,
Has; lor sale
Cotfee, Pepper, Sugar,
Vinegar, Uice, Wrapping Paper,
Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, Nails,
Washing Soda, Cotton Yarns, _c.
Soap sold at $1 %»lb. au 31—3t*
i^UCATIONAL.'
SCHOOL YOU BOYS. - The noxt regu
lar session of my St'HOOL will commouee on
the Ist of OCTOBER. Number of pupils limited.
l'upils in i y be entered now, as my summer school
is m session Eormer patrons should apply at
once. WILLIAM B. JOHNSON,
se 2— 2taw.w* Urate street, above Eighth.
MISS A. E. PARKER WILL RE
SUME the duties of her SCHOOL for BOY 3
1 lit .S, on Twenty-seventh street, between Clay
und 1., iit-h, on the lath of SEPTEMBER. As she
hah had six years', experience, she _i..tto-.-- herself
she will be able to give satisfaetioii. Thankful for
past favors, she hopes, by unwearied efforts, to merit
a continuance of the same. Proper attention will
be paid to the maiim i- and morals of all who mat, .
be entrusted to her charge. so- 2 — lit* !
OT. JOSEPHS ACADEMY, under the
L_) care of tbe SISTER!-. OF CHARITY, corner trf
Fourth and Mar-hall street*, Will ro-t.pon on MON
DAY, tho Mb instant' No deduction will Ik- made
for pupils entering after the opening of tbe ><•■ . inn.
m I- it*
VTEW LONDON ACADEMY,
i\% BEDFORD COUNTY VIRGINIA
The next session will begin on the 15TH of HEP
TEM BER. Ad.lio.-t. the undersigned ut Forrest De
pot, Bedford county, Virginia.
JOHN 11. WINSTON,
au 21— tawtw* Priitoipol.
TJEV. M. o. MICHELBACHEK'B
IV, SCHOOL will open its Nineteenth Session on
MONDAY, the 6th of September. mi _7—*t»
PEBSOHAL.
rpUE OENTLEMAN WHO PICKED
J, VP a BLUE VEIL at the sale at Mr J. A.
Mat—-'«, on Monday, will please send it to the Dis
patch oAce aud reemxe the thanks of the lady who
fort if. auJl-Sf
FOR RENT A$D BA__s.
17« OH BALE<.ESKNT.fiNK\y FRAM E
1 i'KNKM Hn, on Ni. hoi. on rtroot, in Ihe town
nl Fulton, n.-iir I!<x _>tt*_, containing two name and
11 kitchen. A good, I irge garden is attaehrd. For
parti.iilars, uppty to JOHN If. BHURMAN,
OHM of Main street Biid Old Maiket.
ne 2 (it* ___________________________
Ifoll RKNT.- Om STORK .mil HACK
" HOOM. «.n Main street, oppo-ito the Old Fair
Pis—its AL.., .>:io itxtge room, tawnty-three
by .'Hty-thiee feet. Impure ..f Cbui lea II Tanner,
• •it the pii'iiti-es Far man, about I,mill pounds of
smoKINO TOBACCO, iit boxes.
m 2 It* C 11. TANNF.It.
DOOMS for RKNT, lt\ Uw month- _c
|% I up-, ...mluo.li.iu a BASRMENT, eniitiiiiiiiii
l.ta lilire, 111info1l.1l.lo rOOSM and 11 large pantry
The location i-t one of the best 111 t lie tit y. on Main
-tret, lire doors above Thiid, 11? lit bind aide Ap
ply on tho premise-.. so.!— it*
r | •( > LET, a EWE of 6ia£c_-_. RO. IMS,
I furnished, with pax* and water, am second Hoot,
suitable for private or public service, situated on
Franklin, between 11.ut.. i.lli and flmrtot nth
streets ; entrance front and rear. Price, $200 per
mouthy lac »—fit*} .1. K. LTPSOOMB.
ROOMS FOR RENT nUlio Exeli.mgt.
Hotel, ratable for families or simile ptrntli'
mon. Al-o, l.y tlie. B—bt, the KXCHANOK CON
CERT OR I.XI TUHK-KOOM, neatly an.l .tuivoni
t-nUv llttod up with maxm, wma, tte. Apply on the
promises, or to J. 11. ACKER-IE,
so 2-f.t* At the Louisiana Depot.
KOOMS FOR REST.— Four ROOMS,
, suitable for gi-nth-men, and also one apm ions
nirv KOOM, Mitabte for m.tiiufn tiniin g purposes,
■mated <>n Mam atre. t, near tbe Old Miul.it, where
niav I* 'found at all tunes OLD LROM and other
METALS, l.oi'K, At . for sale on m-oanbk- terms
.1. M. FORREST,
Dealer 111 M. t:.l, Rope, ic. No. 21 Main -in-, t,
Near tb.-old Market.
V s -Cash pud for all kinds ol old) METAL
and KOCK. so 1 it-
IITANTED TO RENT, a HOUSE con
ww ttining four or live rooms. A liberal rent
will and a Rood tenant secured. Applyat
lb.- MEDICAI-«DIRECTOR'S OFFICE, comer of
T. nth and Broad streets. ___■ i .-,,
--lir._XTKl»Ti> RENT, 11 I>\\ T.I.I.IN't.
TT MOUSE, containing lour or six rooms. Ap
ply to me, at the Telegl.lpll t.lii c
so I It' It _M. J. PAYNTER,
Ifoll RENT, until December Ist, m\
MOUSE,an Oiwre road, a mile and three
quarters from Ihe 1 ity. 1 omfortaMy furnished, with
servants, and, if desired, a cow.
T. IJ DUDLEY, .Ih ,
«'tiliilnis-,il\-tieni-l:il' : Office,
sol 2t* Second floor, Ai Main street.
IfOU RENT, a f-tiitleinaii's I'ui-nishi-.l
? FRONT BASEMENT, second door from Ihe
cm nor ot Uroad and Mayo stretts. sol St*
If oil RENT, a third part of
1 FURNISHED HOUSE, containing five room-,
besides dininu'-room, store-room and coal-cellar;
with use of ii COOK ; also, a STABLE iind CAR
RIAGE-HOUSE, if required t.> a small, respecta
ble family of grown persons, approved of. Address,
with reference-:, " AN'DKI AN," through city po-t
--otli. o. ~ so 1- 3t*
rp.WO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
_ RENT, nut.il.le lot single 'genth n„ n , ~,, t(„.
western .iibitrbs of the 1 ity For terms ad.lr..-.-j
'•Box 899.*' . an .1 -lit-
Ifoll RENT, ;i MARKET GARDEN,
.cont lining twelve and one-eighth acres ot
good land, with a bouse on it, within one mile ol
the oity, adjoining the latadol the late John I'al
l.-y, and in rear of Dr. Laitm's market garden, on
the Moeliani, -svill.- turnpike. Apply to POLLARD
A WALKER, Cary afreet, or to WILLIAM SALMON,
Franklin street. au 89 oodtt*
J foil RENT, until tht- Itst of January
* next, the t Ik'ililo STORE and BASEMENT,
corner of Cary and Virginia street-:, underneath the
oiltoe of the Illustrated Sees. Apply at the office
ot It. H. Dibmil. CHARLES ('AMMAN',
au 11 at
LOST, STRAYED, ETC.
I foil SALE; ii BA'KKI.Y., nicely fitted
up It is one ot the best stand, iii the city,
doim-a'mod business. It will In- Mild reasonable,
it appbotl foi immediately, as the owner is, ompt lie I
to go in the army. Address "B. It ,*' post-oHL c.
so 2 -it*
I OST, in tin- ladies' car of the Danville
___ railroad, on Wednesday morning, Augn t
SlM,aaew Black Scotch Gingham I'MiKKl.l. \
A suitable reward will be given it left at tin olli. c.
se 2 - if "
rOST, about three weeks ago, between
_ Camp Winder and Medical Pum-yor*s office, v
POCKET-BOOK containing about six hundred dol
lar: m Ooafederate money, four dollars and fifty
tents in rold and liftj-tivo tents iv silver. The
tinder tvui in- liberally rewarded by leaving the same
at Medical Purveyor's othce, No. 20 Pearl street.
mt—tt* 1. Y. MoNAlt..
li-.S'I'I.AV.- -Came to my stable, on tht
_ loth August, a Mn,ll move-colored Ml Ll-),
witn a black stiij,,. down his b.iek. The owner will
oolne forward, prove propeity, pay charges, and
take him away. THOMAS DUKE,
Eighteenth street,
.so I- Jt*- Between Franklin end Grace.
STOLEN from the rat-criber, in Hen
rico ciiiity, near .lame- M. Taylor's f.uiii, on
Monday night last, a bin k borse MULE, sereu
years old nexlt sprilll! Oa lus lelt -boulder 1- ■
-small -ear, and another in the n.'bt bind bock, iul
.by a rope. 1 will give a reward of one hundred dol
lars for his recovery.
so l at' 111:!*?IA.M1N KHIGHT.
(hNE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOL
f LARS SEWARD -Stolen from my pi.-mist-,
on the t iiail.s city road, on Tuesday, the 30—i ol
August, lClil, eight miles from the .-ity of Ki.-h
--luond, a XI.LI and WHITE I'OW, with a crop and
ewer—eel te the right, and irop and slit and under
heel in the left ear; about -even years old. Tho
above toward will be paid for slid cow upon tlcli
veiy, or inlbiination that leads to ln-r recol .iy, lo my
ifldress. |sel—2fj AI.I.EN t ill I.DRESS. '
I OST, on Saturday evening lust, a large
_ BLACK CRAPE VEIL, between tbe Poor-
House bill and Mr.Charles M. Wallace's, on tbe
New road. Tho tinder wdl be suitably rewarded on
baviiiKit at Mn*. JUDGE t'l_6l'TO_N'S,
Corner ol Franklin and Third streets.
.0 l-3t*
I?STRAY HORSE-—Came to my stable,
J on Friday mominif, a inedinm BAY HORSE.
The owner will come forwaid, prove property, per
charge, and take him away, or be will be dealt with
aathe^avdirects. „. p. BROADDUS,
Eighteenth Street, between l'rankhii and Grace.
au 31--.lt*
-I -—.KEN from my ku-room, on l-'t.ur-
J_ toi nth street, tl.e BAftKKLS of a double fowl
ing piece, leavilitf the stock and other fixture* in the
case. The gun was imported by some gentleman in
South Carolina. A libera] reward will be paid Im
th.ir return. [au M—M*j A. I. I'.EKKY.
WAKEN UP, on the night of Natm-ilny,
JL the 27th in-dunt, • cavalryman's HORSE,
With Saddle and Bride. Tho owner c;tii legate him
by proving property und paying charge?. It Hot
.-ailed for soon bo will be appraised and sold accord
ing to law. Apply to
Captain JOHN 11. WAY!',
Commutation oilioe,
Corner of Governor and Franklin streets,
au 30—It*
I 08T, at Beaver Dam station, on tin
I A Central railroad, on the Mh of May, mat,
CERTIFICATE No. 301, for two shares of the Kieb
moinl Import n.i.' iuid Exporting Coiiij>aiiy,oiit' share
of which was ti-ttn.;fcrro_ to O. A. Crenshaw on the
Bill January, IHGI. Also, CERTIFICATE No. 20,
January 10, ISOI, for live shares of tho Richmond
Glass Company. New certificates will Ih- Sipplicd
for, und all persons are forewarned from trading for,
cr receiving, U.,ui. JOHN A. SELDEN, Jk.
au 4- wlw*
I,"- IVE IIUNDUED
WARD.— Strayed or stolen from my pasture,
netur Mr. Valentine's mill and Mr. John B. Smith's
nhop, Louisa comity, Virginia, on the night of the
l«_.h instant, my large bay HOUSE. Ho is about
seven years old, has a star cut on th. right side of
his neck, which can bo seen by raising his mane, and
some white hair on his right hind foot; also, col lai
marks on his neck and shoulders. I will give the
above rcwai d for his safe delivery to me, (1 live near
the above-named place-*,) or I will pay three hun
dred dollars for any information which will secure
me his recovery. Address J. H. KNIGHTON,
Trevilhun's Cost-office, Louisa courtly. Va.
aul7-lin* '
I'AISKOL.TTION UF CU-PABTKKR.
P SHU' The partnership of the subscribers, in
tbe auction and commission business, under the
liim of TOLLESON, CATLETT k CO- is this.day
dissolved by mutual consent. Either of tho i_rtneis
wdl settle the out standing business of the firm
ALFRED TOLLESON,
THOMAS J CATLETT,
WILLIAM HELL
Richmond, August 31, l«_4. uu 31 -5t
/ COMMISSION lU. SI NESS.
A. TOLLESON k Co.,
No. Ul Maiu street, Richmond, Virginia,
(Successors to Tot._-.ion, Catlett A- C 0.,)
Will cnnUnun the COMMISSION BUSINESS.—
Thankful for the liberal patronage to our former
bouse, we hope, by prompt attention, quick sales and
prompt return* to merit a share of the public pa
tronage. A. TOLLJiSON _ CO.
au 31- Jt
G.ENUINK NEW ORLEANS MOLAS
SES t few bm. 1- for ...tic by
au ->-lw WADS WOW ill * PALMER.
BUHAWAYS.
ONE lIUNDRKD DOKKAUH RE
WARD Han nway, about the l«t of July,
lofil, from J. A. Hetty, to whom he wits hired to
work on the Danville raQroad, my boy JOHN,
eighteen or twenty year, old, five feet -.ix' or eiirlit
iti.la": biejj, hi-iK-it* comi'bxioii, epan made, Hmt
very lik. ly. I will pay the above reward for his
delivery to mt. ur conllneiiiont in jail so I c.in h|
•■•'" - R. A A. WAnoar,
hmm Ordinary PoetoSce,
__ 1 __*____! Nottoway roiiiity, Vir_rini.t.
rpHHEK BUNDEEI) IM)U,AKS UE
-1 W Altll Kan nway from our faim, mar Il.ni-
Att'x"" Tvc ****f "W oUr ten men, TUULI and
TODD is bbl. k, rather large inbagi
om- hiiinlred and seventy-fire poutafs, well mad,.
about fort) to forty-tru yean ..Id, and a bttk baM ,
talk w II :ii„| very plausibly , he is about live ti i t
right iin ho:. hii.h. We bought lum of Dr. Wiley
J..nes'sestate, mar Miiton, Worth Carohau. He
has a wife at Mr. Wißtam Toy tot's, fire miles from
Hilton. lie is well acquainted „., D__] ~,, _. u _. _______
a • bnki sviii,., aad max he m that nrighborhood.
ALEX is v.iy b1,,, k, li'-altliy Ux_iag. aanxttk*
slew, .'md low in hi* movement , briffat ib ,ut live
feet four indsea, well mule, and weigfci about eva
hundred uit.l fifty _mund-. W« bought linn iv
Richmond, some ei-ilitt ea months ago, from a gea
t!' m:iii from I.astern South Carolina.
We will pay the .above n ward, or $1 '>D for each, it
tin y are delivered tt> us m Danville, or t oiitined in
jail so that we,,in iret them.
THOMAS C. WIi.I.IAMS A. id.
Danville, August 2a. I9f|. nu U-eodSt*
KIT NAW A V.— FIVE DUNDRED
DOLLARS REWARD.- Baa away from the
subscriber, about the Ist of August, my man KHf-
Clinf—caßa himself HERBERT. He i- Hack;
good appearance; .jiii.k in act—'it; aboutfivofeet
niiio ind_s high, aad twenty-two t„ twenty-fire
years old: waa purchased in Richmond ia July la-t
t.l Mr c. X Mo:bin, who resides near .hide-, l-Vuy,
m Pow__ea county. I w_l pay the above reward
n he is delivLie.l to Lee Ac Bowman, Richmond,
Virginia, or confined in jail so I get him.
U A. WHITE,
au 21— lit* Lexington, Virginia.
WANTS.
Y\T ANTED To KENT, a HOUSE, -.mi
ff able tor ,i small family, or two or three
ROOM?, in iipiiviite family, with the v col kit. hen*
Satisfactory r. fen net ■ given. Address " M ,*• (J. u
ertl Ktvell's Headquarters, giving name and place.
so 2 Uf
\\T ANTKD A M.ltli.r . widow, being
expellelleid Hi 1 KA< 11 IXI i, de-Irr :,1 BitU
aiioii to teach the usual Ena_sh breaches, Orna
mental Needle and Wax Work. Address "M,"
a-ansonviUe post-office, Pittsylvania county, Vir-
Pma. __ „. i- ~,.*
VET ANTED, a SITUATION, by a luh,
f flo tin anytbniir -int.ible for a lady, such as
Writmg, Superintending gome Department of La
dies, tv s.,m- Ibiii:.' of that kind. Address "A SOL
DIER'S WIFE," through the post-office, Re hmond,
\ il.'illia. ~. 1 _>• -
WANTED TO 51.1.1., a No. 1 WORK
MULE, fire years old; onefim TOPBUOOY.
Also, two ROAD WAGONS—one 1 two-horse and
one a four-horse, with or without h tin. —. Apply
at my stable, on Fi—lklin, betwet n Kightet nth and
.Vine:, I'lith streets EDMOND hO.SSIEUX.
■ I >f
f_fTANTED,a No. l MULE, lor which
IT a liberal price will be paid Call at STOKES,
WILLI \M on .v t O.'S, between It and 12 o'i lot k,
for two days. s( . _ , -
WA NTKh, ,-t pai, t>( l-'aii Link's
SCALES, weighing from three hundred to
four hundred pounds, in -g-iod order. Apply to
WILLIAM BROWN,
-"I -'• old Market.
WANTKD, OLD HOOP SKIRTS, i.t
No. 215 Broad street, between Fourth and
Kiltie ;_ ■},-
WA NTK I) TO RENT, a HOUSE
suitable fora Boarding House, in a central
location. Any one having such a bouse can obtain
■_. I tenant bj addressing •'ll. J. II ,'' ;i . |i,_.
patch office, stating lot ition, etc, se I
WANT El* TO UKN T... HOUSE
ff containing tiv. „ r -,\ rooms, romft.rt-.bl_,
and t-omph-tely furnished, with gas, kitchen, ser
vant's room, coal-house, .v.. Mu-t be in a good
neifrhboihood .ml within twelve squares ..i the
Capitol. K.i. rcii o given. Addrt U B ■•; l 630 "
se I-if
XXT ANTED TO RENT, from October
f y Ist, a uuite ol two or three neatly-fumishcl
BEDROOMS, communicating with each other, (on
-ei-oii.l fioor. and with water and pis ronveniep i
pie!, in.l,) together with a PARLOR and the n-,-oi
Kli'tHKX, ice., in a pfcasonUy-situated house
Rent t an be paid in advance, and the best t, fi renct -
tarnished. Addu-..: "C," Dispatch oili c.
se 1- (it*
WANTKD TO RENT, in a desirable
part of the city, t OOMFORTABLY-FDR-
Nl.-lll.li HOUSE, (ol medium size and with modern
conveniences preterit d,) for which a liberal price
will be given. Best teferences given, and the rent
will be paid in advance il desired. Address "A,"
Dispatch office, -,■ 1 u\
"WTANTED, hard wood ashes,*
f f say Oak, Hickory, *c , for which I will pay
two d».H mi per tw <ht I, and bare them hauled, by
reporting at my store, on Thirteenth street, neat
Cary. Fine and coal .olios excepted.
au at 6t« EDWARD 11. AD \.M
¥17ANTED, a LADY of some yeara' ex
f r perknt.in teaching English, French aad
Music, de—res a ntuathm in a prii ite family, near
the city. Address S. E. C., care of K. 11. Styil.
au SI- .it-
NOTICE I wish t<> employ a femali
TEA* HER for the newt tw i or three __t an
She must be Southern born, or English or French,
thoroughly qualified to teach the higher English,
Fren,ih and Latin, Vocal and In-lium, :it,.l Music.
For such a Teacher, with satisfactory recnmniemla
tioii::, a -alary of three thousand dollars mil bo paid
ALEXANDER DUDLEY,
an Sl—6t* Kichiiioiid, Virginia.
WANTED, a GIRL, to wash and iron
and do general housework. Apply at
UKANI' ft CO*S i-minis-ion-hou-v, com— ef Main
and Fust struts
an 'J it* I, s. SQUIRE.
WrANTED, n th-oroughly-experienced
Tt lUOK, m a Het iiiiHiit. One hundred dol
lar-, wages paid per month. Apply at No. 136 Main,
street ______________**
IITANTED, two non-const ripts for
> y CHAIN-BEARERS. Apply at Captain A.
11. I ampbell's office, comer Twenty-eighth and Grace
Greets. • -_*.___.. KENDALL,
- wh- tt* Assistant Engineer.
WANTKD, a STEAW-CfUTTER, with
lioiso power attached, in good order.
K. 1* ARCHER,
an 3o—"it Major and Quartermaster.
"OTANTED, a CAPABLE CLERK,
y y one exempt heap military duty and well ac
tjualuted in tins city. Addreee *•<'," box 279, Rich
moml post-office, with name of writer, an :So—lt
\irANTED, ONE HUXDKED DOC
"♦ y LAB CONFEDERATE BILL 3, old fane.—
Tbe bigbest market price will I*, paid for ONE
HUNDRED DOLLAR BILLS, old iwJue
0. W. FURCELLhCO.,
■'" -■> -6t Hankers.
WANTED tv faun, for the balance ol
the year, a awed COOK, WASHER and
IKONKK, for a small family. For cm- who can
cine well recommended and'witliout in: umbram.-,
a liberal puce will be paid by application to
W. 8. TYLEK,
Coniodt-rate States lathorutorv,
au » - Of Seventh street
WANTEIf at once, six Boa* MACHI
NISTS. Extra prices will be p.nd to eaexhbe
em to finish ii toitanf piece of machinery ml a given
time. Apply to A. J. HARM, at Eagle Machine
Weeka | au 2'J-ut" | C. Y. MORRIS.
IT'EMALE TEACHER WANTED—I
, % wish to employ a FEMALE TE.Vi HElt for
Iheeasa— m scholastic year of tt v month*, capable
of instructing in the usual English branches, French
and Music Pupils, not to exceed five. A goat
salary will be paid to one offering_sati->i;i< tory r, tee*
eiiees. My residence is one mile from 11, aver Dtm
Depot, on the Central railroad. IVst„..i,e, Rich
niond. uu 27-f,f •___ FONTAINE.
WANTED, BROOM CORN, ia lug.
or Kntall ,_uaittities, for which tho hi__hi st
market price will be paid.
EDWARD Mt ADAM,
au J7 -bt* Thirteenth street, near Cary.
WANTED, a tonijaknt MAN, extent
from military service, to take .liar.-.' of a
plantation m Cheitertield county m overseer, or'one
to work on sbai-oti. None need apjdy unless wvll re
coirimeiided. F,*r further particulars, apply at lil
Main . tnit, Richmond, Va. au ll- .awlw*
WANTED.— A younß lady, of ttmtttl
yeans' experience in TEA__INO, de-ires .f
situatioii in a private family or Nt-minarv for the en
suing t-e.Us.oti. She is contlj.-t.-nt to teat h the higher
English branches, including Algebra and Geometry,
. French and fainting. Refers—we exchanged. Ad
dress, stating terms, "Al.fllA," Ofd (bur.li,
Hanover comity, Virginia. au 31—-.tr-tt*
"IITANTED, a FEMALE TEACHER
M to take charge of a small school in my fa
mily, at Orange Courthouse —a. lady well t_u.tliti.-d
to teach Uio En_:ll-h branches' thorougldy, Latin,
French und Music. Addi'OKS A. THOMSON,
au 25—lm*- Orange •ourthousc, Virginia.
PURE ESSENCE OF VANILLA AND
LEMON, freoUy prepared by
E. T ROBINSON,
au 31—Ut Com. iot louttlt mid Ftuukliu. J
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAY.""
T AROE AND A'lTJiArn VK!SALK
nil- lIAI.KAKI. HOUSE, IN TIIK IITV OF
ItliHMtiMi, TOR SALE AT PURLICAUCTIOW
rhe proprietor* of this noted establisbuntit.. in
tending to .lost- the BALLARD BOUSE, will offer
for sale on THUItSDA V.The I-t day of September
(and oontmuinsrt Very day until the mam i l dfarund
of,) .tt. HI oil„,il„, k, th-wht.l.'of the PARLOR, CHAM
BER, DIRIKO-ROOM KI.RNITI.R_., Re!
Hi. stylo, iillitlUfiii'tlire :iiitleoiiditi'mof tbe al '.Vi
lli, oi the neat desirable eliurai t. r, its the .-.t .1
lisliinttn? bus been only recently *Tnniibii. and with
tin- _T.ut.-t ■;,,,. aad beat iin__oine.it
In the I.nlur will be found BimuilU- Suit,-ol
Furniture, in, lading
•fate a tett hatm,
Parlor rui'l Ann t bur-:,
2 superb Rosewood Xt mrnn, with marble top«,
Klesf.tnt Mirrot--]iin.-11. d doors,
Hind-csiie reception < ban ,
ttpaemkt -liaswli Caipulu_ &c.
.1 very ex'—Bant Boaeweoe* Piano, by Mwtme _
Clarke, very fine tone ami make.
The entire lurm'tiiie of one hundi.-d Chambers,
embracing Row wood; Mahogany and Walnut Cham
ber Suites, in.iutiiiij';
H-Hiilaome Wardrobes,
Cabinets, with oval niirrors, u.ttre nimble
slabs,
Wi—bataada, Barbie AA,*,
Centre Tables, marble .-Lib -t,
Sofas, Aim Chairs,
Reception ( bairs, __,c.,
Elegant Toilet Chamber Sots,
Very superior Hair and Shut k M.tttre Me,
Feather Bjsleteni and E—lows,
Excel—nt .Mmseille-1 Counterpane!,
lilui.ki ts. Sheets, Pillow Slips, &.<■.
liius-.-is Carpets in all the ————era.
In the Dining-—oom than are
28 handsome Mahogany lj_atemaon Tables,
Maple Cane-fleat Chairs,
Handsome Custom, i li—tag Dishee,
Dinner Knives,
I*l at. d foi 1, , Spoons.
An assortment ef Crockery, such as
Dishes, Hates, Tureens,
Cups and Sain "IS, ftc.
In Kid bin furniture— «
A variety of valuable Cooking Utensils, _c.
ALSO,
3 Hotel On__nibu«.iici_p
A BagsragC Wagons,
l sets ll une-:, in prime order. •
The >.t hole of the above idlers ■ rare invitation to
parties of enterprise who wish to in—k. a profitable
investment by purchasing the entire outfit with a
ti. v oi re-opening ■ bouse so widely nn 1 fi-vorably
known. T.> private persons, a chance seldom olfer.-l
is lore pn.-eiiti tl for Supplying themselves from a
very large, valuable and we—-assorted st". k of good
I'liniituie, such as- no other house can supply.
J. C TALIAFERRO ft CO,
Proprii ton
.-de made by B. ll Cook, Am tt. liter
The above sale will Im itilill. d to-day at 1.l
..'.lo: -k. so.'
By Thomas W. Ke,see, Auctioneer,
(Office corner of Twelfth and Cary streets.) •
/ VNE OPEN-TOP CANALBOAT FOR
\ f SALE AT AUCTION.—I will Ml at auction,
on MONDAY, September sth,at 11 oYl,„ k, in front
tt la-en.-aw* Co.'r shed, Ba-sin bank, one very su
nt 11 r 1 'HEIGH l BOAT, with la! in and Stable
THOMAS W. KEE-.EE,
au_tO Au, tion, cr.
If OUS I ,s, MULI SB, AND CARRIAG E
I AND HARNESS FOB SALE AT mC
TION.- i trill sell on SATURDAY, September 3d,
at 10 o'clock, "ti Council Chamber lliil.
Several Fine faraln Horses,
S, VOl.ll i in, .Mules;
1 < anil 'c and 11 lilies-;,
1 Spring Wagon, ftc.
tiiom.vs w. KEESEE,
W 2 Aiielioiieer. .
1 «
By Redwood, Phillips ft Co , Am ticiieers.
WE WILL SELL AT THE HORSE
LOT, ea SATURDAY MORNING, Septi m
ber i, at lOo'cloch,
■'! line Cavalry Horses,
1 line lai-.'e Vy'i'lk 1 lore, **
Several Mules,
2 Carriages and Spring Wagon.
I blooded ye irlinjr, sixteen month old.
1 bog ol the Rev. >.lr. Fontline's celebrated
stotk of small-bone breed.
REDWOOD, I'll Hi.l is ft CO.,
an ••> , Auctioneers, ~A Mam street.
By James M. Taylor, Auctioneer.
\ T A .ANT LOT ON~ LEIGH, NEAR
III.NKV STREET, FOR SALK AT AUC
TION —WiU be 5.,1.1 oh TUESDAY, the Mb day ef
September, 1861, on the premises, al 3| o'clock ¥ M .
' a i , .nt lot on the north si le of Leigh street, and
n. it Brooke Avenue, eonl lining fifty feet front, and
running back one hundred and t-.v, uty- -.:. feet to
an tlii j■i yi ut. tii ti. t wide.
Tihms : <Sash, ,i AMES M, TAI l.i>K.
au 31 - tit Ail. tioneer.
I-TOUSE AND LOT IN SYDNEY FOB
1 SAI.K AT AUCTION.- Will be -old on
I'UESDAY, llu (ith day of 'September, ISli., „t f|
o'elook P. M., on the prc-tiacs, tbe FRAMED
I ENEMENT situ ited on the north side of Cumbei -
land, between Cherry and Culvert stieeta_ The
house has four rooms, and is m good repair. Tht
lot fronts on Cumberland stu et twi nty-one feet and
niu.-.bael. one hundred and forty-five feel te tn
alky.
Tl l: .1 Mad, known OO tbe day of sale
JAMES M. TAYLOR,
se 1 It Auctioneer.
npwo TENEMENTS <»N GAMBLES
1 1111.1. FOR SAI.K AT AUCTION Will b.
eold,on MONDAY, the sth day of September, on
the premises, at 4_ ..*, 1,., I, p. M., the IV. v TENE
MENTS on Uie corner of Fourth aad Arch streets,
one brick aad the other framed. The bri.k toue
uiiiit ha- about -ix rooms___uid the flamed t neat nt
lln.i l-OOBB*.
"It litis: .Made known en the -lav of sale.
set JAM lis M TAYLOR, Auctioneer.
1 Executors saileof valuable
\ real and personal estate, di the
(•Ounty <>k iienrico, one mile and \
half prom the (ii yof richmond we
-mil, on THURSDAY, the Ah day of September,
ISM, seU at public auction, on the premises, at 12
o'clock M., that beautiful FARM culled WOOD
VII. 1,1;, tin- lute i-adence of John I amah, -.■.,.„,,
i c.i.,-.1.i.i, tl.- Medemicsville turnpike, dire, Hy
opposite the toll-gate. The hou-e it burgeand com
motlioiis, :,n,i Hituated in a beauhl_ oak grove.—
There are also all tb'- ii-t.-,-wary out-hou< .-a. '.'l.c.
laud ia in a high state of cultivation, and will 1,.
sold in two lots of tea acres each, and one lot, with
the bou f, of twenty acres.
The purchaser will have full pe—_ea«on of the
whole property on the 1-t ef December next, and ol
a part of the dve_ing immediately, end will havt
an "opportunity of put—•_( in a crop for another
year.
A plat of the pn.pt ity i~v t.e seen at the tli eof
Jin- auctioneer.
Tuims: One-third Gash; onc-tbird at six, an.l
one-third at twelve, month a, negotiable notes with
interest added ;ol the whole in cash, at the Option
of the piiicUii-er.
At the mnufliuu we will veil,-for c.i-h, -i Horse.
Barouche, Bunyaad Hameaa, two Carta, Fainiiiij.
Utensih, and Household and Kit: hen Furiiittiro.
All ptraoem having eiaiins ,i_;.iiii,t the e-tate will
present thtm to the iin.lt issued ; those indebted
will make payment to us.
J. B. EKEB£_,_ Bxecnton et John
C. JAI 08, I .lamb, sr.dee'd.
Bale to be conducted byJAMKs M. Taviir, Auc
tioneer a .t ■».— t,ls
FOR RENT AT AUCTION.
VI ABM ONTI IE B BOOK T DUN-
I'IKK, OWE MILE FROM IHK CITY, FOR
Ki-.NT . — Will _t>o rentotl out for the yen 10.;.'., «.t
■ft-h—e auction, on the premises, ~ii TUESDAY,
September o, at 9 efdoeft P. M., that wary desirable
Farm ou tbo south side of the Brook turnpike,
near tbe Toll-gate, the late re, ideiice of John li.ti
raeott, Jeceased. The dwelling is excellent, With all
the necoosary out-l.uiltline- There are -seventy
acres of very feitilo land tmAm eery productive gar
den. This is, indeed, one of the most desirable
residence* ami team m the vi,unty of K_, limoud.
Possession givi-n the Ist of January next.
Irim : l'ayaltle ipiarteily in adv.int.-.
P. W. OkUIiKH, Auctioneer,
au 31 Successor to Ooddin & Apperson.
* ,
HIGH MEAPOW FOB RENT AT
All TI« IN'- -Will l>e rented out, on MON
DAY, the M— day of September, on tht- premises,
at 12 o'. lock M., for the next year, the Farm k-WOT.
atsllir.H MEADOW, about two miles cast of the
city, containing about two hundred MM I leared
land.
The buildin.: i-large and commodious with alt
tbe usual out-biiihlintr-, and -ti:t iM, _'~r the accom
modation of ti largo family; with tire privilege of
putting in the fall crop ; and full peaeatmm given un
1-t d.iy of liiTiuarv, lib-.
matt—tt JAMK.s ML tavlor, AmUmk.
MRS. E. URASELMAN, TWfaci of
FRENCH and KMII.ISI4 EMRKOIDEKY
and Fine Needlework, having opened her Class, i_
pmpmeat to receive pupila ut her rofins, No. 231
— vis- Simi-.kt, throe doors above tho Spotswoud
Hotel, on Mondays mid Thursdays, between the
hours of I and II o'clock A. M. References and
terms made known on application to Miss K.!-s , a
Bi-ini.ii, N.. 111 ktrnxd street. itu 3 Tu-gplin."
"VToXJCE. —Always on htind, anil for
i T| -ale, HQLAftS-a HAKUEI-', LIO.UOR SAM
UEL*, FLOUR BARREL, iuid KEOS of all kind-.
und sues; BUCK Era, TUBS, _,-. Onion can bo
loft at P. IVlarue's Grocery, No. 7 Franklin street,
or at my Cooper shop, on Seventeenth street, comer
of Baldwin, near the Central Kilt,, id Workshops
Delivered lUtywbciv iv tho city giatis.
nu JO-lw* 11. METZOER.
MA VINO be-on rngagwl in Urn IIORSE
BCSINESS for .. lone time, I will attend to
n HORSES, MULES, Ac , at Council Chat > >wr
Hill, EVERY SATURDAY. My oiH.v is ,t JxiHK
li DAVIS'S .-i.i.i- fi.iiii.liii -!,..(
auto—if ROBERT T /■'l -' j
AIJCTIO-I SALES.
THIS DAY.
By Th'.mss W K.i*«ci_, Anetioneer,
|0_ I am. i ..I Twelfth and Cary -drift. )
ONE IIIINDHED roXDEMNEI) WA
OONS, KIITYCONIiEMNKII IIORffKR AND
Mt'l.KS, FOR SAKE AT AUI'HON -Will be sold
on latIDAY MfIRNIXO, September 2, ,-ommeneinit
at 10 o'elotk, at the Confederate States I_ot, Ba-.
eon's UuaTter Bruin h,
*- lllft i ...,1. mv, ,1 WAGONS,
50 Condemned HORSES and MULES.
By orderof K'tp.KRTP ARf'IIKK,
Major find Wuai t< nna- t.r
Rale conducted by Thos. W. Kacsaa, Auction«:r.
nn 22
Ih DRI N o THE CONFEDEEATI
P wilt* nbovc, I__js-ill oxposo, outside the lot, nt
private sale, n number of HO——B] amoni? th<-m,
heo thoi'.'iitirltbr.'.i MARES, It Htw euxalty mrvlca
Also, aTOP-BUOOY. 11. P. TAYLOR
M-2—lf
Ily I, 11. lank, Aiictioneer.
(New Auction Uo use, No Kb Main street.)
/ i'(iiil) FURNITURE. ( ...,I'ETS,
\ F oooxnra btovk, tables, ward
robes, Ac, AT AUCnO-f. I -hall sell on FRI
DAY, the 2d SeptentlH-r, at lt) o'olotk,
2 good WartlrolioN, 1 Piano,
1 good Three-ply f'arnet, but little used,
1 piece of Store Carpeting,
1 Mahogany Round Table, marble top,
Bet—rlradn, Shack Mattresses,
• 2 irt.o.l St——, I ele_raitt Baihiag t hair,
t Uix.-s Chewing ;i'obaco»,
1,000 uootl Cigars,
Ixtt Ckdhing, Blacking, ice.
■ ALSO,
l lari-'t Cooking stove, ia ptitatt order,
Several Watches, ia good ruuuimr order
. and keeping tune,
l fin.- (odd Wat li, warranted ns sm..i ,- any
to be found, et HHMJffiil llllM I may not
t.ke it. *f
floods roteived iii:til !1 o'—Oek on tfllv of sale.
1., if Ll >X, -_i.rliM.nji.
_______1 No. Hli Main strt 11.
By Hill, in. kiii-,.n k Cc , Auetionoers.
VrALUABLE SHOEMAKER AT AUC
TION. We will all at our aw tun-house, on
FRIDAY MORNING next at 10 o'clock, a likely
mulatto MAX, al.,ut twenty-eix—t years of use,
who is a first-rate sin , m iker. Ho is also un excel
lent Hostler, and bandy at almost any Mad of work.
HILL. DICKINSON k < o,
1 1- -t Auctioneers.
TI7 ILL BE Si TLD. AT MESSRS DU X-
H INSON, HILL ft TT "T ■aitinn bnaai, ia
KRIDA V, th. 2d of S, ptember, one valuable H tMP.i >
WOMAN, Said negro is a good took, wa-hcr and
'"'""'■ -s- I- if] . J. L. WAI.KKR.
Ry P. W. Grubbs, Auctioneer.
If I V E T E *_f*E m7.NT S IN V( >XT
MAM), ox SIXTH, BETWEEN LOUIS
IANA AXII ORI.KANS STREETS, FOR SALE
AT be sold at public auction, on
the premies, on FRIDAY, September 2d, at five
o'i I ••< I<, the veiy valuable property located aa above,
un,! nearly opposite the rt-i,i,-iit-e of Tinnothy X, mt.
I—Ufs: Cash'— * credit, a! the option of the pur
chaser. P. W. GRUBBS, Auctioneer,
an 27 , Successor to Ooddin ft Apperson.
IOTS Ri TOUT MAYO FOE SAKE.
_ After the sale of the above propeity. say al
halt-piiot 5 o'elo, kP. M., a number of race nt Kofc
in Port Mayo will in- sold at au, thm.
P. W. GRUBBS, Au, to iner,
au SI Saoeeasor to Ooddia te Apperson.
rpRULY VALUABLE BRICK DWEL-
X LING ON THE NORTH SIDE OP BROAD
:-l i:!.l I, NEARLY OPPOSI PI. MAYO STREET,
FOR RALE AT AUCTION -Will he sold at am
lioa, on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 2d day of
September, at 5 o'clock P. M.,i_l large and wry valu
able BRICK DWELLdNQ located aa above, ct>n T
t.iiniu:-1, n rooms, with kitchen, also of brkh, contain
ing four rooais. This aflbrd- a line opportunity
both to person.swishing te secure a comfortablereie
den, c ... to make lavestmcate, a- its aearai slo the
Lost business portion of the city will always make it
• v.. cln "h valuable Pog_ses-rfoa will begivea in a
lew days
I'l.HMs : last, or credit, at the option of the pur
chaser. P. W. ORUBBS, Auctioneer,
Sao easts to Ooddia ft Apperson.
I. S.—The house" has gaaaad water,*—h every
, -..j-.vi tm n. i for lathing, 'I "he kit. Inn hi- a i oolong
range, furnishing hot and cold water. Tin-re en
two hundred bu. hols, ol coal, whnh the punli i-, r
can have at Cost BU M
By Robinson, Adams A: Co., Auctioneers,
(Comer of Ninth und Main streets. )
lAR6E AND ATTBACTTVE SALE
j OF GROCERIES AND COTTON GOODS AT
AUCTION.—On FRIDAY NEXT, 2d September, at
lUo'i Ink, we Will otter
lv barrelsXX Blew Orleans Sugar,
17 half barrels xa.Sa_ar,
1"> barrels , li..i. c Miirar,
2n barrels m, limn Sugar,
13 barrels Cru died Sugar,
IS luirt'ls I.i'i'.'ii.ivi-.-t t'oil'ee%"
12 barrels Cube Vote ■ ,
lo bars Rio Coffee,
20 boxes Rosin Soap,
Mt doceu Iti-own Windsor Soap,
90 boxes Pearl Starch,
12 barrels Family flour,
IS , as, -; tiosb ..round Mustard,
With our usual aasortment of GROCERIES.
ALSO,
s 1,-.-: Fi'trtda Cigars (Segatta), some vary
tine,
999 p:n I—gee M.iriufictiirod Tohaeee.
ALSO,
96 bales 1-4 Georgia flTanitrrillr nbtwtiag. to be
sold Without re: crye,
Jt> boles 7-s O—_huge (expeeled to ani'.em
time for sale),
. r . boles 7-o she.-iii, X ,
7 bales Cotton Yams,
I bales Ticking _>r striped DoaMstte.
f> dozen country Catt—ma,
1 "> ,loz,n Frcncli t alf-kin-s,
li pi, oes lllaek Bro.i'lcloth, part damaircd,
BS pan- Gent'- Enjrlish W.titt rs,
1 Family Carriage,
1 s,t Double Harness,
With a varitty of BOOTS, SHOES, DRY OOODS
_m! Sundries. ROBINSON, ADAMS Ml CO,
"i '■' Auutionet rs.
Is-i* 1 - AH the ■ ity piper- pli ase topy.
If IVE THOUSAND YARDS SHEEP'S
1 Gray lull Clotli, i-_ and OA,
10 piet.'slino BJ:„ kAlp-'i. i.
10 bales Al,nuance stupid and Checked
Di.liiestie,
10 bales 1'.i,1 Cotton Yama,
5 down sott E- It Hats,
I d'./ni Clot)I Caps,
1 lot cl Ne-.v Orleans Mal—Mß, in 10-iralloii
lo dozen Horse Skins, b.aiitifully ,lre.sM-d,
10 d, en ii nt Skins-, cork tinisb,
in An.:, n (.oat Skms, enameled tinish,
i Aaaaa Dog skma, soA fini-h,
2 tlo/eli Hofj Skin-, russ,tt tini-h,
SOU pair Enghab Cotton Cards with bat 1, .
7ihi piir En.'list, Cotton Card ■ without backs,
> bin, 1.. brown Nu.Mi,
ti li i.'- .Sii.-ar,
l?,aiW Eiij-li li Official Emrelop-i.
For s.l. by tgii.uamm « NORFLEET,
Comer of Thirteenth aad Mam etiiate.
so I—at
cU'Al.i X AND VALUABLE.—J. \V\
ell RANDOLPH his lir sale __
Ite Madison Capers three xotaaamt,
Paries' sermon-, three'rshu—M
Brandi 's Eneyclopu-dia.
Rabclahr. Wurks, two rota—tea.
Biiliiii-brok.'s Works, four voluni. -.
Craig's I'roiiouin:iii._r Dictionary, two vulumes.
Webster'.s Large Dictionary.
.Mai-irittior's Crogross of America, two volumes.
MeCulliot-h't Gi-08-raphic.il Dictionary, two vol
umes
t li.itiibt r-s's English Literature, two volumes.
Wei. l>at kv- Me. ha nice, two volumes.
Km yt l.ijKt-.lt.'i of Geography, three volume,..
Mitchell's Masonic History and Dipet, two vol
umes.
Bain roll's I'nitel States, eight volumes.
_*• I If
I)Al'Kl_, ENVELOPES, &■*.,
AT WHOLESALE ONI.V
Imported Cap, Letter, Hath teat, 1 FLtt
t H
lm_>ortod Whit.-, Bull and Blue m\Wvx\\li Ol'—3,
large aad .mall.
PPffS OißoM's ami other make.
PENCILiI VamaPe md other anmxa.
BOOKS—Bank, Pot—it, mammy. Memorandum and
Pa.-* Books.
ALSO,
I.UOO ream -et vinous style-, ,_ii ihties • _,_ _ ~_.,.., ( ,_
('otifederal_• PACER.
ttkjttt Confederate ENVELOPE--.
W, )_f»< a IMP* tkmk and aTeator variety of
CAPER and general STATIONERY than at any
pre. kmis period, which we will sell to the Depart
ment-., ji.bb>-i-«, i .tailors and ituUers at a moderate
advanH on cost.
BAUOHMAN ft RICHARDS,
au 2.1 -f»t* No. IU Ftatrl (Fourteentii) . treet.
ONE SET OK INDIAN CHINA
WARE,
2 dua-ii flue CUT WINE OLASSES,
2 do-ir extra fine It UT TUMBLERS,
Fine i CT-ULASS DECANTERS,
SALVERS,
i I.I.EKY BOWLS, fte.
For sate by WILUAMS ft NORFLEET,
so I—3t Corner Thirteenth aud Main streets.
l.'-UESH DRUOa- Alcohol, Cniun of
W] Tartar, Genuine inutile Soap, Gum Opium,
(Juimue, Mur. Tin. tin,- of Iron, Ai .nn Alao,
•i. t.icli Snull j l«-si brand), (letiuiu,- 11.-h,'-, Ulack-
Xiur, Tooth Bi-Uiben, < .'"ib-. ftiwipa. fte.
L. WAONKR. l-TUtfKi.it,
. i ■: • i en;, r *** gUfh v J Brand -Ut el -
AtJCTIOV SALES. '
nrnrpE day
Uy P W (ItuM,.. Autio.M.r
I Taoison urni, mviiu vn-i?,,.' 1
sfItKKT. 808 HAI.K AT Al . iloN l.
"II it j ul.il, ,„. |.., n . ..|, fhe in in,,. „„ _,
DAY.tLathSept.mtHr, .t So', fell. I' M " V
two vnluablo Cottajr.- Rrsid«-nn-« |,o a t,.,i ' J*"-
They front «ixty-five leet eieht imhta on l|j'"'"' i
side of Fifth stre..t, runmiiK U« k one huiidi,,i '", ' j
thirty-two f,sst. On each lot tbera i- a -t ~* !
brick cottage with four room., bet,.!,• " ~ , .
clothes-pressep, snd coal and wood-h,,,,.,. T j M
sre supplied with ens and w„ U r Tb, I ,„ ~"*'
stintly .itaated, and are d.-lifrhtfu] residenHv i ' k *-
I h.s afford,. :. flno opportumtv fo. mv. -tine m ._
mo-t valuable description ,d real ovfut, ■
tion in fees it very valuable "'-
Taaa ia i, i*„ .s-i.„, rtaea m t f, * i ,
P W 0R.8R8.Au,ti.,i.., r
■ ' Succts or to Ooddin fc A. p,.
TH*? SA,I < »*> *..itu. A U
I deeds, ,1 tlu t. M-* Jby I bail. Man,,,.,'
and wife to „„. ;,, ttnetee, tl u tint j,,,,,, t, ...'.
•*"<«>'>lth..|nth of N,,..,/,.
I**2. helhg thereto requested by the i„,tics it
*H on MONDAY, the' 12th S.-p.,,„u \, \t «, - *'•
1 M, at pttblie auction, on the premise- , ~
hfehert bidder, torash us tt, so mi.! has w.ii :, ."
be liens on the said pwpetfy now due aad ,
pcii-.o „f sal,., and as to the r, tbxhm on mi ' .
at will meet tho lien on said property yd to l„, '"
tiu.-the property thereby ~.,,ve,.,1 ea ..,..' .'.
which is described therein M all th,- right im ' ;
int. rest of th. snd Mamiurdoriad w.?, ~. ' ,'.'
the Hon- and U4 situated at the .„n„ , .., |" ' .
an.l Mar-diall streets, whereon the fofo c j '~"
inurdo lately re.sid.il, and all their iinl.t till ""
inU-rest in the slaves i',. Ma .| ni s,j.„„. ,_,„_ M ' \> '
amriier -bildren, William, J. ~,,v R .|.,.,t 7 '
Maiti,:.. Bet, i-.iiy, .i.„i j„„. ______ ,„ ,_,,_,,; y;;';-";
propeity that may tome to the hands of Get •'
M..cmtir,lofrom the est,!,-..1 (be math, r i ~T". '
«i.iii'lfntherofthoMid Charles Maemurd. i
, uiiibr.it... ~n t|„ iid pioiiitv max It
loui-tibik'sofb,-,., ■_~.,„„ ~„. ~_._,,, , ';
etlh-o ihe title to th. prop. r .y , htkexed ... i .
good, but soll.n-rastiustiv tbe asaal ■
ranty will be itivon. r f "
AI.KXAMIKR H SARDS
liiishvin tlie tw„ do, .p., ..„,., ~___.„, .
Safecondn ted by p. w Oai mm, Aucti ,-r v
..■s:o,-tou,„i,i„, _ Appeaoea
By Oeorvre W. Willis, ,\u ttaeettt r, ""
(No. WMaiiistteM i
TT7TIX BE SOLD AT AUCTION it
ff my store, ons.v III; l. \V. s,|,t, mt.., 1.,
In o i lot k, a forge aad dewruble lot ~f
Household and Kitchen I'unuturo,
Stoves, Crockery and Ofassware,
Ready-mad,- Clothir._r, Bhoea,
Huts, Dry Oeeds. Blanket , Be ,
lb boxes Ghewiug Tohaeco,
' ,"*»• papers %aiking Tobacco,
(iold aad Silver Watches, .T.wt-lrv hi
m 2 080808 W. W11.1.1... An t, ,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
If Oil SAM., I'I.IVATKf.V, A My.
; FRAMED HOUSE AND U», oa v.',,
Art ,t. betweea Marshal aad Clay, with .., ■~ n , , ,'.
aad two panam ; and is supplied wiihwabi ~ i
gas. Also, a KITCIIEN, with two rooms, w
house. Can! hoaee, storeroom, ke. The It , ,
pttiil si/o, and en, losid with a luwtcii. i 1 -..
sion can be bad imnudiatelv. as tin h<>u .i i. 1V
vii.uit. For terms, apply on the picm i t. :, i
t. 11 A M , and I toll P *d __.] ...
/iHANKV ISLAM), IN HANOVER
\ ■ roI.NTY, NINE M11.1.s FROM lib li-
MOND, ON THE l-NTRAL _t.MI.UuAI., Pull
SALE PRIVATELY. I am authorised toscllth,
ebove Vt ry beiutltiiliv-1,.1 and Hid valuali. |-.\i; \|
on tho < hickalii.iiiinv, coat -.iii.ii.j_r f.ur handled ; I
tliiitt t-it anil a halt -n ll s, Ul 11 piupeltlelnd ,-|,
wood ami timber, Healed and in.itloivl.nl ||
improMnents are a com.brtabfc FRAMED I>\V| i -
LINO, KITCHEN, and other Servants' ||„ii.
Stable, Bams, ke. Then \- an Oil BARDof one
_V>u< md live hundred tiuit tie,., an .-\.,-l|. i.t
GARDEN, and m.ny Qiaae Vines. The turn w
well water, d; the idtaatioa is beaatil— and healthy ,
the upland is in food heart, and the lew gltta* _
v.ry rich and productive in irmss and other i top
Its situation oa the iinti.il raftlead, oni. nine
miles from l.i, hniniid. make- it I .oiivi nielit a- t rt-.1
--,1,-w- and valuable f»r f.nniiing and gardening put.
poses. For terras, applj to
1". W. GRUBBS, Au ti..in .1,
■■■ I -it su.. .-..501' tododdiii \ Appei
VALUABLE FARM OF TWO THOU
SANIi ONE HUNDRED \M> in,,
ACRES OF LAND IN YORK COUNTY, UN
YUHK RIVER, FOUR MILLS FROM Wll
LIAMBBURO, FOR SALE At tb- na_ ti *
Mi Willi nn Wntl,i.i ..tt. ■ tm sale bi- Vila,n.
estate on Voik iner, within bur miles ~l William .
burn-, eontaiaiag tweaty-ea e hundred and lift)
tv-res of land, with all the iinpri.v.m. Nfs, eon i t,i
af a huge lino BRICK BUILDtNO, c-ntaininn ,i ...
Mteea rooms, two Cottage Hw.lling*, four Kirn ,
and all the customary out-buUdimt. v u,lly ,1
such estates ; all in good order. 'I here ar, ,1. ~
two liuiiilrt'il acres of land *>-t in , .koine fart| tn •
about ttiiity utres in a vineyard. A I ii-rc portimi
of the laud is cleared and in n high -.fate of, tdtira
tion , th.-1. iiiaiii.lt-r ieiawooda, most of whi h , li-
Kinitl growth, and v large portion tine tinil, , 11 i.
Farm, from i— aatanl advaataavs, may be , n
sideled om- if the lir-t ila-sln I. i tern Vii_:it:ii
Persons wiahiag to set un- su, h i mam etmli ta m ll
tt, applyat oiieo, a-it is-eldiiin -v. h an i lata i
brought into market. It sold before tl. ~v t i
S :|t»,tss» in gold wittiout the bam ore—_eat«
Tsaaa: Liberal. JAMn M. TAYLOR,
su 31—It \,„-.,. .„..,-
V'RAKE CHANCE YOU INVEST
Ml NT IN i ITY PROPERTY.
HIE "ST. CHARLES HOI hi, "
This ilesir.tblo pi.rsity is of—red for —h I
particulars, in,pine of
HAKVEV, JAMES A: WILLIAM .
m 'il-iit Vilnius ri.,t
1" fAIUI VOll SALE — Bang in ■ l„. I
state of health, so that I taniii.t attend to mv
asrri: iiltuial atf.tirs, CMMes nn- to ott. r tu\ film
for sil,-; its b—attoa betas about tea mnhtt aettA
the, ity of Hi liinnnd, Henrico .ounty, hin,' "it
Deep Run Crock, eoittailiilij? fair biilidied Badtwt.il
ty-sixiures. Th« impioviui nts eoatttt "It In.'
dwolling and all necessary bml linir-t. I dt, iv it
uiiiici >■. «uiry to sty mtytkaag more Lspiitiiii? Bl
fanii, a-this,. wisFiiiiir to paeehtm will ~i
jud-j.-fi.i- tli atme ahree. For tamea, apply t-, Ihe -uo
at liber oil the prenuso-.
aul>'» ts WILLIAM W. Mo*tll.N
T>EA_ ESTATE FOB SALE IN BOW
I\ LING GREEN My DWELLING ml
sTouE-lIOL'SE in BoaliuKGie.ii im let _ ;..
v.itt ly. I In property is bunt.-,! in the m t■ • ati I
and if,-iiilde piiitii.tt of the villa _•> , tw.. aa I ikaU
miles from Millord Depot, upea tin Bid_bub.l,
Fredi iji.ksburcr and I'otoiu.n- railina.t l\_Mt__i
wishing touurehaaa can metm to MRferd bj tl
hand-car which lUltn daily between that pie. Uui
tbo burnt bndiio For partiealan apply t> t <
WALTER, No. Ig] Bea-I stieet, or to HENRY
OCN.-T, on Marshall str.it, iH-twttn 1 lr-t ,i.l
Second, or to tin- subscriber, on tho prciiiis,f
au :il--.-- I.U* J. s. DAVIS
I?ARM YOU SALE IN IIENKIio
COUNTY, FIVE MILKS BELOV linn
MOND,ONTh£ CHARLES CITY ROAD iti.M
TAIMINO ONE HUNDRED Ai RJRS Tim.FARM
r- well mi—_ for milk, tin,., -. .ciitv i, ,es ..I hl.i. ii
i cleared, and tl.e balance heavif) W00d..1 II
buildiiii.'., uiisi-t ot dw. Ilinir with It.vi let—M.twu
kit hen-., toiit-house and barn For term
b> MINOR A I.t liKt;,
:itl.ll--„t* t.IIV, li, 11 Thirttelilb t'
Kit tiIMM urn lltMiiii H.ii ii..tn. .
Sl II IIIMI-tlil Ml'- On I. I,
Hn ■■■an, An—t 11. i l. J
ON ANO AFTER TUESDAY, A . -
Hi, 1*«1. the EVENINO TRAIN on thi I
l.avnik' Kiehmoiid at t P. M , will be AttWttdt ■•
ilti-tvely to the traii-p..i tatl.,!i of Mtk and I
soldiers, and no other pen-ons wilj be illior,d >,ii ll
train until all the soldiers are comfortably ■
modittcd. 1 HARI.ES O. TAU'tVIT,
au 11—Is Huperliit. mxwnt
UOCKBRIDOB lIATHS. - This WA
TEKINO I'lAlK wilt be opt -it to V-ltoi »
ami after Uie 2.'> th Jely, l*W>.
The I'cntral cars now run through to Mmbl
from which ixiiiit ■ d.uly line at mmp ISui-dari
excepted) Will U'aVo Stauilb.il, MM| at tl.e ICitln
to dinner.
NaWipal by i.Ulal, Sal. 111, and Uie Nttuld
Undue line, in connection with tlto Vi-ytuit .ii
T. line ste ratli.i.id, tviiliect with the stage !:_•>• **
Staunton for the Baths *
Tunis ; Board, pat day, 5.0
v, 1i.1.l \m JOMM kl O ,
jy 27-lm* feepti
Special Xanc* TO AI.I. II v
a K"«>d supply of OAK and FINE Wiwl'.
and am dispone.! to reduce the prices ftot.i ihe l-l '•
September—oik wood, $70 p»-r cord; pine. $'*.
delivered a re**_onable distance Term.*, ca-h
Those pers-m* indebted to me for weed, *■
re._.Mf>ted to settle their Wood tickets, -,- 1 need til
Uiat is due, and cannot make application t-> >■■•« h
out- who ha* an unsittl,d ...count with me » til >l
the corner of Ninth street, Ba-m Bank, win ■:■ | '
will And No. I oak und pine wood,
se I -R* S. P. COCO
STMNQB. thmmm, VIOLIN, OUITA v
and 11AR1' STRINGS of Uu- very bet pal
ity, -till remain unsold. 'I tn.- who may I* m
iie*xl vf any, call and art wbai you w nt
raorK-Mua Dr (tENIEI,
ac 1 H* ■ Oarner Kii-»t and Orare -.tn-e'
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