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MiiN'DAY MOBNINti SEFTKMBKB .'., 1861 I
THE WAR NEWS".
~n Satunlsy even,n(t a rumor was in circulation
~.. •• ktknta had (rone up ;" but the vague nature
„J-UJil-»T~ previously received made it all a
'.'.'. , f oanjrvture, and no one seemed to be pos
■ suftVienl -Jbftaation to explain the true
The it-port, as usual, cat>.
MM il progressed, and by nlahtf.t,ll the
..-,:, ~v.-r the m,"t t xs.'trerat.sl
. . : - - i ,-■-■nfati.-tis. Wegteej be
~ etar-taae m haoa ismirel:
TH- F.VACVATION Of ATLANTA.
I i- the es-enti.il portion of a dis-
B Oeneral Hood, datai
■ Hi unv•_na_s, foe , ttptaalart.
..,,. •!,. rvenr.-i? "f the Mth Au.-ust the enem\
Unit river, near Jone
a? itta bed than* than m the traningol
. • . twe crps, tail fidci to flfcinigr
• • wry to abandon Atlanta,
... oatheahrhlcrTSepta-sberlsl Oni
Bgof thelUtwaa-aalL
4 the l't.i Beptamber,Oenei d
R tt len-rhoco*. was as
- -crier force of the enemy, and bi in
oompe-ed to withdraw dm un.-ti.,
. m at tight guns.
■ . ii . • ih.ir loss very M -
J B. Hooa. General."
Tt-re.
tbe] tot ear-tamed by Oeneral Hood,
uontheMa on and Werieen raUroad,twenty-two
ate, end eighty-ene -Ilea ftom
.. p_emv havtog prariowrty occupied the
. !,tl,Tv!i-l"UTrici.t..t.'..n.- i
.- mmunications, and rendered Ihe
~,.,„„. Tie,-, w. learri
frora unoffl ial --'■"- "» ■ ""P*- 1 * : » iV "* ,!
■ i« W" probably at Los
- a i taeven milee from Jonee
. 1 tw.ntv-nine from Atlanta Its i tion is
rent any farther advance of the
ujdweroppoae both the Macon and Weet^
Po ntruita-da will be held to their N«thara temu
| | OM I'Pir.H-UURO.
r_, moreenent of Yank,- cavalry on Friday,
■n cur b.st, was, as thesi
~„ attempt to surprise our forces on the
B ..',. ! ~.;,. ~1. Some four hundred ol them
. _ r _D«sfrom th " ll,ruiU ' ,,u ' f Doris's
....... t!.-i.i.lr..:id. and Succeeded in captur
.. u-nefoorpichoto. They thoncommeneed
itiarmsinthoricimty.and
riedoffoneortwoasprieon
, vTben within one mile and a half ol the Boyd
_ kroa 1. they wore opened upon by Dearing i
ude, Who, With tho aid of a how.Uer,
. hintv retreat The Yankees tied to
. : ,;, or. th- railroad, whore they re.
being heavily rei-foroed, -.tuii.-dup
■ . ue-.road with the ipparant purpose of Mr*-*
... -~-, that -roction. They
I far, bowerer, before they ran
r » brigade 4 Hampton's cnvalry* and were
~,in0.i.;-:Wtotiketh.'bakt..ick. feii.co that
. ~ . ,!,i nolle-no fu.ther demonstration
evening a iquadronol Yankee
. * ,', driven to confusion bom the Brunswick
. ,4 by a portion of Bosser*s brigade, leaving
( -iththoirridami_dequipn-nta,to
... possession Thisto rerirese-ted to have been
' . texritinj now urn ■Unr__r_ Our
__ two Wounded
bj ,he Petersburgtrain test evening
oaual teport-"aU quiet in front.
toe-in* eitbei on Saturday or paeter
,:„-.!. the Tfankeea hare indulged very
. this practioj foi m rend dayi paid. The im
:. prevails that the enemy is massing his
; ~, on the left, and in the i__»diate vicinity o*
- w. |, n milroad. He is doubtless preparing for
n.eiit in that di.euuon, tho nature
bl whit h H few days *riU determine.
01 squad of prisonars were brought over by
lust evening*i train.
A 1.1'.1T1-in.R SWIMS THE APPOMATTOX.
ii.. Yankee papers have found a nicenntto crack
story ol one Edwin Wallace, "an English
' who, they cay, "swam the Appomat
ped into our (their) tinea." ThisWal
,heh .- i—Ted in Petersburg since the war
_ | ~ pre enta "the pro-poets of the rebels
_j than .ver The teaden are un
l, perate bet lueeoi the miscarriage ol the.
to draw Oeneral Grant hence by invading
. Ivan--" It -farther stated that Mr. Wai
st bis wifo and child in Petersburg a short
_ eby the- explosioß of a V.mke, shell. The
, - .;.- Expreuia inclined to thmk thaenemy
~l upon by this man W_Uace. The
- __t papei hevw heard of him before, nor
. vent by winch he professes to have
...-. wife and child.
KENTUCKY.
' Twenty- Id __mtnckians, from Floraiag conaty,
, .- |, Virginia, a few days ago, to
. „,, Th.-y report great excitement in
onto* the approaebtog draft, and
. • may bo expected out in a
tated, lur-.b.i, that many of t.io
Kentucky, bordering on our linos, are
. ,„ls and u-fu.sing to sell them for
gmmbatks; that a hundred dotiarein "Coufed
« there than thu-c hundred will hem
.-...' iii WESTERN VIPCINIA.
~ __t tkigadier-Oeneral John EchoU
,_t_l to the ecnuaand of the Depart-
Urn Virginia, to succeed Oeneral
li Morgan. I_a*d*_s_t-Co_nal Jonn V.
fthi ii.ity-.cvnith Virginiaregiment,ia
. omraaad of the po.t at Bi-istol.
188 TAL-AHASSEBAt HALIPAX-BRITISn
••NT.LTPALITY."
A private k-tter, received taroagb the blockade,
pves an account of tho treatment of the Oonfodo
rau i.i Tr.llslir.esni at Ha_fax, emnewhat dU-
C rent from any whit b has berctafore been paid-bed.
: -..ne an illustration of the "neutrality"
at Britain to the present war, thu subjoined
tswilJ be perused with niter, st. The writer
; ' 1 Be British Admiral, Sir James Hope, was very
. bom tho tii-it. Sir Menard McDonald,the!
. ',-iveroor, wished to be friendly ; but ~i-
. I l.voi--ui ii.th.-i hem Mr. Beward— j
mt i InteatiotM Tho whole ooloinal
a ia i mplstely under ti m thumb of
_in_ter,through LordLyona Before
... ~ ... i fromWashrngton,dadgo
a, the United States Oonanl, made a demand
I ,i the vessel and the men and offl. ore < ■ ekmm t—
1 vend- ■ writ of de lunatuo inquirendo was not
Bath_a. The worst "of the whole affair
■ t .ir:ii>-d men were sent down in boats
i i-ui.. has to ■_BOWd the ship, and a naval offi
vi wu.s ].ut upon her, who remained to hunrf her
md did not leave the deck until she was
:wn the bay. she was allowed only one
I . Iredto—l of coal ; enough, it was said, to take her
to the m ..' r. ■ ,t,;l, rate pert. Tho proueliee of this
, -,i liking up and down the deck, and of the
■a boats around her, was de.-idedly k^ll l,l K to
the pride of her gallant crew. And such is British
Wn.le there, the Queen's counsel gavc
-.'!.,'law, to the effect that the war
of a bellißerent poWWT haji ttM rigj—- to remain
■ ■ I M Iti il port long enough to make liec.-ssaiT !e-
Bairs, t.,kr in coal, und tucntn-four hour* after-
TheTa—ah—Nte needed repairs sadly ; but
B| i • lug RC-fa tt him, Captain Wood,
*erj 11 ,;„ rly, n to la'j per*—anion to remain
hwgeuoagk ioi the paafpaaa. Had hedoneso.it
bare been raftM-e.l, undoubtedly. Captain
food's weri was not noticed, but engineers were
•at bi bogni to we how much «.- ial—or rather how
■ WOO—I tike hei to sc-a; and otlnir othc«!is sent J
ui_ei the (run*,., of visitors to —opeet her condition. I
II ii m hwstoe. that Lyons was very pererup
' iy iii bis oid, ri. to send that sl_p to sea at oliot'.'' I
11 uiy, Bi ilish neutrality, as represented by the j
"ni-lu t ~t i..eti cfiii-ials, is a <iueer comtnodiiy.—• I
r ---ib:y u.j IJlttIJ claiming to be a MM, and to oc- I
1 ap| ix high position, was ever M much the tool of
■nothw as l>jid Lyons, the Bntisli minister a*
VaaMagh ii, is of William IP Seward. This is
fully illusiiuted in bis pioceedings in the case of the
3 ■Uaksptaa,
AN' "PMKKKSTINO CDURESPONDENCE—
lbs o—MlsteM papeis, while publishing some
city, have overlooked a aeries of most insolent let- J
Ore addressed to General Bam Jones by Brigadier- I
Oeneral* Wesscls, Sh&ler, Rcamtnon, Seymour and I
1 leek man, while in prison there. We find the I
whole printed In a Northern journal. The Unit let- I
t.*r, dated "Charleston Jail, June 15," demands j
that the Confederate autlioiities should issue to I
them, "st no matter what evp*,nt«e or trouble," (w„ I
i.ipy tho words) a ration equal to that issued by the I
Yankee authorities to the Onnfederste prisoners.— I
They also request th tt they shall be allowed to Sllb
»cnlM> to tho Charleston pap«rs ; that washing and
bathing arrangements bo provided for them ; that
they be notified when Hags of truce go to the Fed
eral linen; and that their limits for eiereisc be en
larged. This insolent letter re. -.-ive.l attention to
(ho extent of some of its requests being granted.—
BMOewragOd by thi, lenien. y, Oeneral WesoTs then
,|n Is to. wnt,' Oeneral Joln-H a nt-neS of letters,
i. jn- Hag that the '-Sanitary Commission" be
pemv.tUsl t.. attend to the wants of tje prr-oners at
ATidersi.nrille, Macon, and other places, and Ih—l
(K-nera! .Seymour b<- allowed to riett those phi ••
md si-,, that the Federal peMben fid net ndhr,
and that the sii.geoii-i and cti.ipl.iius 1:1 BonthWß
prisons, not being prisoners of war, be released, and
tint th,- prisoners aj Anders ,nvi',ie and Macon bo
removed tn a more heulthij location. In fact, the,,'
V ink. e« mtm to hive taken everything connected
with the.l own Imprisonment, and th itol others, Brie
th ir own hands. Tho last ottos ef letters the "fan*
kcea s«y wiea not answered
FROM PETERSBUBO.
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
I'F.riRSBrEO, Viroinia, September 3, ISG4.
IP .ivy musketry, accompanied by occasional dis
- ~f artillery, wero hoard on our extreme
right yesterday morning, and indicated, quite un
mistakwahly, active operations In that direction. —
The firing turned out to h tve been en encounter be
tweea Deariagfl 1 avalry and a body of the enemy's
cavalry, estimatari al fifteen hundred strong, accom
panied by four pieces of artillery, provided with ra
t on- and forage for three days. Then object was,
doubtless, a raid in the direction of the Boot—side
railroad. Ihey found, however, our boys on the
ami rice; and alter diiving in thank-eta, Dame upon
a body of our reserves, who engaged and drove them
back pell-mall towards their own lines lv their ro
dent they threw away canteens, side-arras, sabres,
and scattered "their oats" in every direction.—
Our loss was a few horses ; we captured a few piison"
ers. Our lines havo been ro-obtabLished, and all is
quiet to-day.
' We hold the railroad at Rcanis's still, but the
oiiemy still have tho road on our boat just out of
ibis place Grant's next object (mark my predic
tion will be to eat the Bontfaehfe railroad with his
raiders, or, if possible, to make a permanent lodg
ment upon it as he has upon the W. l.b.n road. In
older to acoomptiafa this last result he will have to
nwing hi- column', around full six miles. The next
lighting here will be for tho Southside road.
Last night the Yankee soldiers all along the lm. 1
were 1 heeling Vociferously. A Ana say because Of
Medellan'a nomination, whilst others allego that
they have received n<.-wi of the fall of Atlanta.
_______________________ X
LOCAL MATTERS.
_ m —
Fiur. — Last night about eleven o'doik a firo
broke out in an old tobacco factory in the alley run
ning trcmThirteenth to Fourteenth streets, between
Main and Frank——, destroying that, a brick b 1
lug occupied as an eating-house next door, and tl c
stable occupied by Mi-.-km. hturray c: Bojper. Ad
the buildings were old, and not of much value. The
fir.- is supposed to have been the woik of an incen
diary. __________________
DssTXCCTIVB Five. —About 2 o'clock Saturdu.
morning; a fire broke out in the old framed building
known as Myers's ncsro quarters, which lets back
in the yaid on Seventh street, between Gary ut d
Canul. lt was occupied by a number of females,
both white and black ; and before they were aware of
lt, the fire luid gained such headway .as to compel
many of thriii to leap from tho MCOnd-story wi:i-
Jow* with just what 1 lollies they had ou ; one of
whom, Mrs. Wallace Hefnin, sustained severe in
juries about the body and legs. Prom this building
ibe names extended to lorn other tenements, occu
pied respectively by Miss Josephine Douglas, Ed
ward Fag-ui, —- Swan:n, and a couple of old negro
women, employed in cooking washing toi Cap
tain Loch.
Tho destruction, financially speaking, done to
Dougi ess's property was neater than all the i-ent
combined. Bar house, which is a three-story buck,
was completely gutted, besides which the moat of
her valu.tblc furniture burnt up, including 'U
perior wearing apparel, a lull assoiiment of piovi
aioiii, and a large tiiuik containing a line collection
of Oliver table warn and several tlious__d dollars in
gold and silver coin, which were melted into one com
mon mass and afterwards spirited away, where she
has not since heard from them. Her loss wiii amount
tv about sixty thousand dollars. The Other houses
wero contideiably damaged in the rear, aud each of
the occupants lost a portion of their ful nituic J but
the tenement I being small, old and dilapidated, the
aggregate damage done to them cannot exceed t>ix
or eight thousand dollars. The back and front ten
ement-, which first took fire, including the lots, be~
loni,'to Mr. \VilUam IP Poindexter; the house oc
, npied by Bwann is owned by John W. Bremer, and
that 111 the possession of Pagan is owned by Mrs.
Catherine Ruins. Myers's negro quarters, together
with all the furniture therein, was entirely de
stroyed.
About the origin of the fire there arc two reports,
both ol which we give without expressing any opin
ion. One is that it originated from a tiro used Ly an
old woman named Jane, who was engaged at that
hoar in baking pies for sale at the eaily Petersburg
train, a* had beet-, her practice for som, time buck ,
and tho other comes iiuniaii old negro wom«m hi _g
in the front shanty, who says that a few mi:antes
before il broke out she saw A man pile up soma
sh ivings under the house aud then set fire to them.
Before she had tune to give the aUnn she wyi the
house was all ablaze.
The Dcellera Case.—On Saturday the cgae of
Messrs. P. C Elmore, and H. Riveo Pollard, parties
alleged to have boon recently concerned 111 a duel,
was taken up by Justices Riddiek and Lee, of
Henrico, at the County Court-house.
Dr. Tally, a Confederate surgeon, was called to
the witness stand, whereupon Mr. John B. You.ll;',
the Commonwealth's prosecutor, propounded ques
tion- to him Kinular to those which had been asked
Dr. Peticolas, all of wliich Dr. T. declined to answer
upon the ground that they uiight implicate him in n
criminal prosecution.
Mi. Young, at ihis htago of tlie proceedings, an
nounced that ho should uke no further steps in the
piosecution of the case till tho Court oi Appeals
rendered tbrir decision as to the legality of Judge
Mci.-duh's opinion releasing Dr. Peticolas from the
obligation to give testimony in relation to a duel
which had been fought by "John M. Daniel and P.
C. Elmore.
Mr Young slso stated that information had j
readied him which indicate-that Oeneral _o__nf;
•en would be an important witness, and be hoped j
the court would use stringent measures to procure
his attendai.ee at the next examination. j
The Court then adjouiued till Tuesday, the 13tii
instant.
Rodbkkv— On Saturday night, Augustus Staph*,
a well-known few negro huJssttr in the Becend
Maikct, was knocked down when near the comer of
Thild and Pakei streets by'thiee Yankee deeeit-S,
und then robbed of about fifteen hundred dollan )u
Couledcratc money. Staph*, had been at the house
of a Mrs. llulcher, on Thud stroet, a tew doors frcm
Peigh, where he met with the tine* Yankees, and
fee—tig 1 ath.-r liberal and disponed lor tun, he tieat.-d
theni and himsd/three or four times to honor.—- y
Alter mumming there some tune lie started home,
but had not proceeded far beloie he was overt—ken
by his Yiuikeo companions, knockod down, choked
until he waa an—alecs, and lus pocket picked of the
amount of money mentioned above. Yesterday
mor"lng he accompanied officers Moore and Jenkins
to the Co—federate States stable lot 011 Navy Hill,
where a large number of Yankee deserters areiu-
Sed in making «hoes, for the ol tdentily
those who had robbed him. Tho three feuowa
were "oon pointed out to the officers by Staples, and
appiouchisl by them on the subject. They readily
n. Itnowlisigert being with the sable huckster cm the
night before ; but mdignaittlv denied any partii ipa
tioii 111 the robbery, in company with Htaple- ; they
said they walked to the coiner of Duvai und Third
streets where they left linn, aud proceeded to *heir
,iuaite!» at the stable-yard. Although Staples was
positive that theho were the men who lobbed bun,
vet b.-ing a negro, and therefore incompetent to Un-
Ufy against white men, the officers had no othei re
course th..n to release them.
Mavob's Covet, Bati auxv— Recorder Cask,*
presiding.— Jsmes Willis and John Miller wire
chaißed with being deserters and obtaining by false
pix-teiioes a boa of vegetables belonging to one of the
t' .nt. icrate hospitals. The evidence was insii-h ;etit
to convict them tithur of willful desertion or an in
tention to steal, and the Rec.'ider therefoie b~
iinnsed the t halves, and turned them over to tlio
Frovost-Maibhal to be foi waidedto their communes.
Auother straggling soldier, named James Toombs,
was also remanded to the custody of tin* uulitsiy
autlioiities for the same treatment.
Bichaid Hodges, a fi-ee negro, and Ann, hlave to
some peIMM unknown, were charged with hteitliu-'
hi_V-foui dishcß, four do/en forki, tliree dofccn ta
blonpooiis and twenty-four tin pla'.us, the pn>iM>ity
of tho Htuurt BeOS——L The evidence sustained the
accusation of theft iigailist Dick, and he was ordeied
thirty-vino lashes; but Ann was discharged, she
hiviiVl been the lecipieiil of some of tlie articles,
unconscious that they had been dishonestly ob-
Tbe coutinued case of William S. Isaacs, member
of the Fouith Texas cavalry, thargad with jj*^ u «
■federate States navy, was again taken
•.fence no evidence was riven. The
I'a testimony w;ui the same as that
aer occasion, and which has already
Lieutenant Parker rode his horse
-d him and went off to attend to some
en he returned hi" horse wa* (ron-,
and he sub«*queiitly learned that the accused rode
hun away. A witness, iv whose possession the horse
—a* afterwards found, proved that he trad'sl with
1-a.i -t,,. him Tn-K.-.-oidei sent him on bofoie
the Hustings Court for examinatien.
Joseph, v negro in the imploy ol the Confederate
Stittes Government, arrested with an improper pass,
and bavin;; iv his possession a large revolving pis
t,,l and a burglar's augur, was sewered to receive
thirty-nine lashes -
Police A»rf.«ts —The following arrests were
made by t.'iu Mayor's polite on Saturday and yes
tcrd tv :
Thomas W. Bass and John Harrington, honpitsl
•soldiers, charged with swindling negroes iathe Pnst
Market by tho exhibition of a leather pwada.—<
rheaa fellow* have for eeeao tkno keen engaged la
their Dwindling operations, and before detected by
tlie policemen on Saturday had mulcted their un-
MUpet ting dupdfcto the extent of about twenty dol
lars. ■■
Williaa 11. Rcdford and Isaac I.iehtenstein,
charged with Ightiag in the street. These parties,
after their encounter in the street, had another ieti
to in Bedford's h-.u-e, whore they were making pood
use of chiirs, tables and other articles of honsekok
furniture when the limbs of the law stepped in and
put an end to the sport.
Baas, -slave ol the city ol Richmond, was arrested
on the thaige of breaking into the house of Sitmue
M. Price on the night of the iuth of August, and
>tealina three bundled dollars' woith of groceries,
and rep eating tho ■aim cxpl,, it on Saturday night
last, at which time he stole five hundred dollars'
worth ol simes and dothiug.
Wells, slave of Turpiii „ Yarbrough, arrosted on
Saturday night wtthone bag of corn in hu possea
lion -upposcd to have been stolen.
The above parties) were locked up in the lower «ta
tion-hoase till this morning, when they will have a
hearing before the Becorder.
—— ■
The Marskts — Both of the inaikets Saturday
were well supplied with meats, vegetable*, poultry,
eggS butter, _c. The butchers wei-e very reason
able in their demands, good beef selling for thre
and three and a hull' do—art per pound; but every
tiling els- ranged at figures a .shade' higher. No ex
ill be given for this increase In price othi
th in ,i disposition on the part of holders to obtui
all they could get, and to extort from those who
were compeUed to buy the highest they could pos
sibly pay. For melons, enormous prices were a-k.-d,
but, as usual, they ?old readily among the negroes,
who always sHcni "to be Hushed wHth money.
Arr_«ti!> ior Pi-lotai.tv.--A man name,!
Oakley Fleming, a resident of Charles City, was
brought to tin-uty yesterday and lodged in Castle
Thunder "on the charge oi harboring runaway no
groea and rotnmnnieat—tg with thu enemy. Tho
guard who brought him do«*n Rtated that he had
beoniu so bold m his operations as to order a re
spc table citizen from his own house upon the pre
tence that a Yankee general had authorised him to
get it in readiness for his headquarters, and that the
taid Yankee general and bis forces would soon take
possession of ail the country loading to Bichmond,
W_ n iic- would ex p. 1 ovory man who would not cj
pousc the Lincoln cause.
AcmiTinn —The case of John B. Williams, a
Confederate detective, charged with shooting, on
Thursday night last, Joseph Foster, a Confederate
deserter," was again taken up before Commissioner
Bands on Saturday. After a iigid examination "f
all the- facta in the matter, it appeared that Wil
li .ins did no more than what it was his duty to do,
and he was therefore hor.oiably discharged.
Srkt to Salisbury— Sixty-odd prisonors, con
fined for ijijc time ia Castle. Thunder, were sent off
this morning to the Confederate States penitentiary
at Salisbury, North Carolina, there to be kept till
the expiration of the 'sentence found against
FLts-or-TnccK Boat —Another ' flig-of-truce
boat from Fortress Monies is expected to arrive at
Varina this afternoon or to-morrow. It is sup
posed that she will bung some answer from th<
Federal Government with reference to the exchange
of prisoners.
BY TELEGRAPH.
m
COLLISION OS THE MACON AND WESTERN
RAILROAD—THIRTF-SEVEN WOUSLEI>
SOLDIERS KILLED AND FORTY DREAD
FULLY MANGLED.
Ba_nsvi_li-, September 2.—A collision of tho un
and down trains on the Macon and Western rai> |
road took plate about forty miles from Macon to-day, !
by which thirty-seven wounded soldiers were killed
s.id forty dreadfully mangled. The engines and c.x
C Hi Weie completely wrecked.
RUNAWAYS.
17*1 V E HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
WABX>.—Left my jail this morning, aiy
lii.m JEFF. 110 is about twenty-six years oil,
black, has large board under the chin, and lan.,
-mou-tacho—■beard shaved off on side of lace, weighs
about one hundred and eighty-ive pounds, ana is
six feet high. Ho hits been acting us Brem in on
the York River railroad for the past year. The ibovc
reward will he paid if he is 1< ft at mv jail, or iv ai.y
jail so that I get him. THOMA3W. PARR,
se s—lt* Mayo street, Richmond.
T> t T N A WAY.—ONE THOUSAND
I V DOPPARs REWARD for mv CARPENTEP.
JoIIX li LACK hURNE, delivered 'to me in 8i..1>
mond, He lett Colonel It. P. Morriss*a faini, in
the county of Henrico, on the Ist instant. He is
about five feet -even inches high, quite black, v.-ry
intelligent, reads and writes quite well, and Ls ab mt
thirty years of age. CHARLES Y. MORRIS,
so 6—2aw2w
rpWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOL-
I PAPS REWARD for my SERVANT, PD-
V. ARD. twenty or twenty-oiie tears old, bin, k,
stout and likely ; has a scar near or upon one ear ;
is ft g>„Ml house servant. He left my farm ou Sun
day night, the 28th lUtimo, and is, 1 beliove, in
Richmond, where he has relatives ami friends. He
uny p.'-sii.ly he tound at the African Church, or
other meetings of Baptist negroes.
so i-if WILLIAM IP RICHARDSON.
QIX HUNDRED DOLLARS RE-
WARD—Ran away from my stables, on tli_
night of the 28th ultimo, mv two NEGRO MEN,
named ALBERT and HEN_4 r . Henry is about
twenty-two or twenty-three years old, about live
feet six inches high, Mack, and it unman very b.tdly
when talking. Albeit i» about twenty years old,
live feot seven inihsa high, bright mulatto, with
■mouth face and very large feet and hands. I will
J nay the above reward for them, or three hundred
j dollars for either one, delivered to mo at my stables,
en Prnnklin (treat. They are evidently making
their wov to the Yankee Lues.
JAMES 0. JOHNSON,
Virginia Staid.*, Frankha stioet,
so 3—lot Richmond, Virginia.
XWO HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
■\YaRU. —Ran away from the llllwaihoi,
it the Bth of l_ft mon{h, (August) a Negro Boy
named ROBERT; about twenty-eight years old;
five le*?t eleven inches high; black; g_snat of
teeth; rather inclined to Be knock-kneed; cuii_
ppoken, and very active. He had on when be loft ■
brown jeaus sack coat; his other clothing not re
collected. He was raised in Middlesex county. I
will give the above reward for*his ar.prth.cn_.o_ and
delivery to me, or to Meyers. S. N. DAVIS _ 00., ot
Bichmond, or for his confinement in any jail so that
I get him again. [se B—lOP J. f PACE.
— ______________________
AXE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
\ / WARD —Ran away, about tho Ist of July,
IKfvsV. from J. A Scay, to whom he was hired to
woik on tlie Danville radroad, my boy JOHN,
eighteen or twenty yeais old, five feet Hix or eight
inches high, bright complexion, spare made, and
very likely. 1 will pay tho above reward for his
dehvc-iy to m« or co__ueincr.t in jail so I can get
him. R- A. A. WATSON, •
Jennings's Ordinary Postolhco,
se I—l2t* Nottoway county, Virginia.
rpHBEE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
f\ V* ARD.—Ban away from our farm, near Den-
Viile, on Tuesday night, our two men, TODD and
ALEX.
TODD is black, rather largo size, weighs purhaps
one hundred and seventy-five pounds, well made',
about forty to forty-live years old, and a little b nd ;
talks well and very plausibly ; he is about five t.-et
eight inches high. We bought him of Dr. Wdey
J ~iie.s'- estate, near Milton, North Carolina. He
has a wife at Mr. William Taylor's, five miles fioin
Milton. He is well acquainted ou D.vi river as far
as Clarkesville, and may be in that neighboih « 1.
ALEX is very black, healthy looking, :p,..U
slow, and slow in his movements; height about five
I hat mar inches, well made, and weighs about one
hundred aud fifty pounds. Wo bought hixii in
Richmond, Home eighteen months ago, norn v gtn-
I ti. ii.an from Eastern South Carolina.
We will pay tho above reward, or Sl5O for each, If
they are delivered to us in Danville, or confined in
jail so that wo can get them.
THOMAS 0. WILLIAMS _ CO.
Danville, August 25, 1864. au 34-eod3t*
T)~U NAW A V .—EI YE HUNDRED
I V DOLLARS REWARD.—Ran away from the
jShaeriber, about the Ist of August, my man KIN
CHIN -ci-dls himself HERBERT. He is black;
good appearance ; quick in action ; about five feet
nine inches high, aud twenty-two to tweiity-flve
y. _Ib old ; was purchased in Richmond in July last
at Mr. 0. E. Morbin, who resides near Judc's Ferry,
in Powhatan county. I will pay the above reward
if he is delivered to Pee _ Bowman, Bichmond,
Virginia, or confined in jail so I get him.
O. A. WHITE,
au 24—12t* Lexington, Virginia.
XI RE . — One hundrod pounds of
WIRE, suitable tor making Broom* or
m-aa, for sale by O. Bi.NADoN.
Main street, under St. t'harlus Uotel.
FOR BSHT AHP BALE I
I)R RENT, natfl the lit of Janaar
next, the eliaihle PTOBE and BASEMENT
ir of Cary and Virginia streets, underneath the
of the lltuttratedNeu-1. Apply at th- o_. c
H. Dibrell. CHABLES CAMMAN.
i
OR <R EX T, a very pleasant FRONT
ROOM, suitable for oue or mom irentl-men —
Apply to Mm. WRIOHT,
Corner of Eighteenth and Clay streets.
»os—st* -
I"~70R REXT, th« STORE find DWEL
* LINO now occupied by T. French. Governor
street Possesion given ou the 7th of Otober next.
Inquire of [ac s—2tV JOHN A. BELVIN.
17 0 i i i _Tt , SIX FURNISHED
I ROOMS, with privilege of kibdien and stable
Address MRS. 8. A. TIFPEY,
„. 3 Qt» Ashland.
FOR RENT.—The whole of tho First
Floor of tho house on Grace street one door
from Foushee, opposite the Baptist Church, com
prising two elegant Parioca, three Small Rooms,
with Kitchen, Seivants 1 Rooms and Storeroom, bc
_<ka Stable and Carriage House, if desired. To a
respectable tenant, who can give good references, th_
lent will bo moderate. Apply as-above, or to loom
No 13, Postothec Department, third floor, se s—2t*
ROOMS FOR RENT, TCRY LOW.-
A comfortable and commodious BASEMENT
with two laisje ROOMS and a PANTRY, in the
highest and driest location on Main smvt, five d.xvs
above Tbiid street, risht-hand side. Inquire at tlie
Comptroller's Office, Arlington House. *~ j—u*
T?OH RE-IT, A FUBNISHED ROOM
JP with pas. Also, wanted, a lew DAY HOARD
ERS. Apply on Seventh street, two doors from
Clay, west side. se 3—lt*
REXT, a pleasant BASEMENT
A ROOM, suitable for an office.
W. PETERSON 6 CO.,
ne j—2t* 154 Main street.
I7OR SALE OR RENT.a NEW FRAME
* TENEMENT, on Nicholson street, fa the town
Of Fulton, near Rocketts, containing two rooms an
a kitchen. A <rood, Urge psiden is attached. Fo
particular*, apply to JOHN IP SIiUPMAN,
Corner of Main street and Old Maikot.
rjpO LET, a BUTTE of ROOMS,
\ furiii-hed, with gas and water, on second floor,
suitable tor private or public service, situated on
Franklin, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
streets: entrance front and rear. Price, $200 per
month. L*-' g___j lJ ' E - LIPSCOMB.
T7H)R LEASE OR RENT, the EX-
CHANGE HOTEL, situated at Orange Court
house, Virginia. This house is large ami conve
niently-arranged, and there is no house of enter
tainment kept in the town at this tune, it being the
only hotel vi the town. Par terms apply to
G. J. BRoWNLNO\ or
au 2.l—eodl.Tt* I >R. I BOMAB C. RIVELY.
1) OOMS FOR RENT nt the Exchange
I _ Hotel, suitable for families or angle genUe
m ..n. Ako, by the ninht, tiie EXCHANOE CON
CERT OR LECTURE-ROOM, neatly and conveni
ently fitted up with seats, gas, &c ' Applvon the
premises, or to -J- IL ACKLNZFE,
M 2_r,t* At thu Louisiana Depot.
I > OOMS FOR RENT.—Four ROOMS,
W\l suitable for gentlemen, and also one spacious
an v ROOM, suitable for manufacturing purposes,
nl la'cd on Main street, near tho Old blanket, where
may be found at all tunes OLD IRON and other
METALS, ROPE, Ac, for salo ou ivusonnble tonus.
J. M. FORREST,
Dealer in Met.il, Rope, Ac, No. 21 Main stioet,
Near tlie Old Muiket.
P. S—Cash paid for all kinds of OLD METAL
and ROPE. se I—P*
TW 0 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT, suitable for singbi eeiiUenieii, on the
western suburbs of tlie uty. For terms address
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Proprietors,
au 30—Tu&Ffw Bichmond, Virginia.
4 TOLLESON _ CO.,
/__, 141 MAIN STREET,
Ha\e in store and fox sale
10 barrel I Whiskey,
2 do. PeacTi Brandy,
lux) pounds Cotton Yarns, from 6 to 12,
500 dozen Fine Pocket Knive.,
10 bales 1-H Augusta Sheetings,
5 do. Stripes und Ticks,
5 barrels Old Rio Coffee,
250 pairs No. 10 Cotton Caids,
100 M Milliner Needles,"
Fancy Tweeds, Ac,
for sale low to dose consign-aenti.
se 3— St A. TOLLESON A CO.
O HOES AT REDUCED PRICES.
Gent's Balmorals, worth 1120, for S 80.
do. do., do. S1"0. for $ 70.
,b>. do., do.' SW, lor jGO.
do. Low-iiuartered Shoes, worth J SO, for
Siu.
do. Monroe Shoei, worth $t's, for 815.
Ladles' Morocco Shoes, worth .f»PW, for 8 80.
do. Congress G —ten, Worth $ 100, for $ SO.
do. Engl—h Shoes, worth 8 "5, for
For sale at W. R. FOLK'S,
cc 2—3t No. 137 Main street.
SPERM CANDLES, ke.
50 boxes St>er_. Candles,
2 barrels pure Old Bourbon Whiskey,
2 do. do, do. Apple Brandy,
50 eases Codfish,
5 ban tis Crushed Sucsx, I
5 do. Prasei-ving Sugar,
5 do. fine itiown Sugar,
Just received and for sale Rt
YERBY'3, No. 5 Twelfth street,
se I—6t* south of Main.
ITtOB SALE, at re-tired prices,
* Black, and Colored CLOTHS foi ladies* cloaks.
ALSO,
Fine BU.k ALPACAS,
Gray CLOTHS for uniforms,
LaiM assortment Plack hEWENG SILK, by
tie pound or smaller quantity,
Superior article of Saddlers's SILK,
Fine assortment of Double-——led FANCY
CASSIMEBES,
To be had at lot Main etreet.
au 31—lw BEEBS A SPILMAN.
fiTEW ORLEANS MOLASSES,
_\ 600 pads Cotton Yarns, assorted, bunl9 to 1-4,
500 pairs Cotton and Wool Cards,
U bales 4-4 Brown Cotton,
Blown Sugar, Coffee,
Soda, Ri,e, Ac,
For sale at „■ >. :i Miun street by
auSl—bt* BOSHER k WOODDY
TEA, COFFEE AND SUGAR. j
15 half-chests Black TEA, I
20 barrels Prime SUGAB,
20 do. COKFEE,
300 pounds MAPLE SUGAR.
ROBERT HOL'OH k CO., \
au 30—Ot* Mo. 14 Pa_rl street
NOTICE.— All persons having CLAIMS I
against the estate of J AME3 E. ROAM-., de
ceased, will please present thorn for payment, ou
Twonty-Ci .1 street, between Broad and Marshall.
Auirriu- BAI--8.
FTJTUBJ i DAY.
active .sale —
I a ALL OF THE ELKOANT FURNTI URE OF
T7TT RAILA-D IIOCSE, IN THE CITY OF
BD iI.MOND, FOB SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. '
The proprietor of this noted establishment, in
tending to close the BALLABD HOUSE, will offer
for sale on THURSDAY, the Ist day*of September,
land eontimiinp even' day until the name i« disponed
of lat 10 o'clock, the whole.,l the PA BLOB, CILAM- .
BPB, DINING-ROOM FLRNITCRF, _c. . I
'Fhe style, manufacture and condition ot the above ■
are of the most desirabW character, as the i stab- j
Ushmeiit ha* been oidy recently furnished, and with I
the greatest care and best judgment.
In the Parlor will be found Rosewood Suite* of ,
Furniture, including
TeU?-a-tete Sofas,
Parlor and Arm Chair*,
2 superb Rosewood Ei<urr-es, with marble tops, j
Elegant Mirror-p i—tl_*i doors,
Handsome reception Chaii s.
Splendid Biussels Carpete, _c.
1 very excellent Rosewood Piano, by NtrnnsA ]
Clarke, very fine tone and make.
The entire furniture of one hundred Chambers, I
embracing Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut Cham- I
ber Suites, including
Handsome Wardrcbes,
Cabinets, with oval mirrors, entire marble I
slabs,
Washstar.ds, marble slabs, ;
C.titie T abie.-, marble slabs, •
Sofas, Ami Chairs,
Reception Chairs, &c..
Elegant Toilet Chamber Sets,
• Very superior nair and Shack Mattresses,
Feather Bolsters and P_lews,
Excellent Marseilles Counterpanes,
Blankets, Sheets, Pillow Slips foe.
Brussels Carpets in all the chambers.
In the Diniug-Room there are
22 handsome Mahogany Extension Tables,
Maple Cane-Seat Chairs,
Handsome Castors, Chafing Dishes,
Dinner Knives,
Plated Porks, Spoon*.
An assortmen,, of tvrockcry, such as
Dishes, Plates, Tureens,
Cup-j and Saucers, Ac.
In Kitchen Furniture —
A variety of valuable Cooking Utensils, Ac.
ALSO,
S Hotel Omnibusse*.
3 Baggage Wagons,
4 sets Harness, in prime order.
The whole of the above offers a rare invitation to
parties of enterprise who wi-h to make a profitable
investment by purchasing the entire outfit with a
view of re-opening a house so widely and favorably
known. To private persons, a chance seldom offered
is here presented for supplying themselves from a
very large, valuable and well-assorted stock of good
Furniture, such as no other house can supply.
J. C. TALIAFERRO & CO.,
Proprietors.
Sale mado by E. B. Cook, Auctioneer.
The above sale will be resumed on TUESDAY
MOBNTNG-. the 6th instant.at 1" o'clock. so 5
By Jumes M. Taylor, Auctioneer. •
"TTACAXT LOT OX LEIGH, NEAR
V HENRY STREET, FOB SAFE AT AUC
TION.— Will be sold on TUESDAY, the bth day vi
September, 18*1, on the premises, at 5£ o'clock P.M.,
a vacant lot on the north aide of Leigh street, and
near Brooke Avenue, containing fifty feet front, and
running back one hundred and twenty-six net to
an alley seventeen ieet wide.
Terms : Cash. JAMES M. TAYLOR.
au 31—6t Auctioneer.
TTOTJSE AND LOT IX SYDXEY FOR
; L SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be sold on
TUESDAY, the 6thday of September, ISG4, at -a
o'clock P. M., on the premises, the FRAMED;
TENEMENT sirunted on the north side of Cumber
land, between Cherry and Culvert streets. The
house has four rooms, and is in good repair. The'
lot fronts on Cumberland Street twenty-one feet and
runs batik one hundred aud forty-five feet to an
aßep.
T__ms : Made known on the dar of sale.
JAMES M. TAYLOR,
se 2 It ' Auctioneer.
T?XECUTDItS SALE OF VALUABLE
i _ real and personal estate, in the
County of uenrp. o, owe mile and a
HALF FROM TUP CITY Ot lUCIFMON E>.—We
Bhaß, on THURSDAY, the bth day of September,
18tiP sell at public auction, on the premises, ut li
O'clock M., that beautiful FARM called WOOD
VILLP, the late residence of John Jacob, senior,
deceased, on the Mschanicsvi-e turnpike, directly
opposite the toil-gate. The house is large and com
modious, and situated in a beautiful oak grove.—
There aie also nil the necessary out-houses. The
hind is iv a high state of cultivation, and will be
sold in two lots of ten acres each, and one lot, with
the house, of twenty am ».
The purchaser Will have full possession of the
whole property on the Ist of December next, and ot
a part of the.dwelling immediately, and will have
un opportunity of putting in a crop :'or another
year.
A plat of the property can je *een at the office ot
the auctioneer.
Terms : One-third cash; one-third at _x, and
one-thud at twelve month-, negotiable notes with
interest added jor the whole in cash, at the option
of the purchaser.
At the same time we will sell, for cash, a Horse,
Barouche, Buptrv and Harness, two Carts, Farming
Utensils, and Household and Kitchen Furniture.
All persons baring claims against the estate will
present them to the uudeisigned; those indebted
wdl make payment to us.
J. B. KPESEE, t Executors of John
C JAIOB, i Jacob, sr., deed.
Sale to be conducUd by Jamls M. I avi.uk, Auc
tioneer. au 2'J—tils
By Williamson _ Co., Auctioneers,
(No. 192 Main street, between Ninth _ni Tenth.)
PLAXOS,
FURNITURE,
OOPD W-TCHES^
FANCY ARTICLES,
CLOT! 11 NO, ke.,
AT AUCTION.
On FRIDAY', the 9th instant, commencing
at 10 o'clock A. _[~ we ~_t sell at our satesreoaa,
No. Pt'2 Maiii street, an assortment of GOODS, con
sisting of the follow m% and other articles :
I Rosewood Ch iikering] Piano, !
1 Mahogany Piano,—both ex. client-toned in
struments,—
Mahogany Cabinets,
Parlor, Cane and Windsor Chairs,
Dining, Parior and Kitchen Tables,
Mofas, Lounges,
lion,— and Cottage Bedsteads,
Feather B.sls,
Hair and .Shuck Mattresses
llllows, Bolsters, Sheets, Blankets, Ac., '
Several excellcmt Cabinet Sowing Machines,
Curtains, Pictures, Mirrors,
Fancy Art—tea
Glass and Crockery-ware,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Gold and Silver Watches,
Trunks, Caipets, Matting, etc., Ac.
43 pieces Black and White Calico.
WILLL__3ON_CO.,
at. j Auctioneer".
ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE.—WiII
be sold on the premises of the liste Henry W.
ir, in Chcsterheid county, on THURSDAY, the
15tliof September, HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN
FURNITURE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HORSES, COWS. SHEEP, HOGB, etc. Three or
four of the Cowi have young calve*, and ate excel
lent milkers. Also, one .-horse CARRIAGE, one
BUGGY, one CART, and one or two WAGONS.
T___s: Made known on the day of sale.
sc 3—oodit* Administratrix.
By Wi_o—ns A Nc-rfleet, Auctioneers,
corner ot Thirteenth and Main street!.)
ITTE WILL SELL OX WEDNESDAY,
the 7th instant, at our auction house, cor
er Thirteenth and Maui streets,
5,000 yasda f—leeuii grey Full Cloth, 3-1 to €-», II
10 pieces hue Black Alpaca, |
10 bales Alaraauee Stripes and CheJ—, I
10 bales Pad Cotton Yarns, J
3 dozen Sort Felt Huts, |
4 dozen Cloth Caps, \
10 dozen Hosaeeb——, besutifully dressed, |
10 dozen Ooatskins, cork lini-h, ,
10 do„en do., en.imeied finush,
10 doioii Hogs-ins, russtt finish,
3 dozen Dogskins, soft finish, " j
3TiO pairs English Cotton Cards, with back*,
700 ('.tui Eugli_h Cards, with and without
bai ki,
50 a_cks Salt, i
2i bags superior Brown Sugar,
5 h_rTO— do. do.,
15 tierce* Rioe,
lit kegs Florida Syrup,
100 reams Sand Paper, |
50 reams Letti r Paper,
17,000 English OtlFi.il Envelope", ;
10,000 Small Envelope-,
1 lot of fine Cut-Glassware,
I lot of hue Indian China,
10 eases LiCvii. c, '
500 packages Manufactured Tobacco, ';
limJ barrel's Smoking Toba-.-...
Consignments solicited, and will be received up to
Ey evening. I
WILLIAMS k NORFLEET, !
Auctioneer*.. I
By A. D. William.., Auctioneer. i
_ALE OF lIUILDIXO LOTS ON |
k> TWENTY-EIGHTH. TIIIBTV-FIKJST AND
THIRTY-SECOND STREETS UNION HILL. AT ;
AUCTIOX.-On WEDNESDAY, the 7th Septem- ,
ber, at 5 o'clock P. M., will be sold, upon the pi.-m
--ises, one hundred and seventy-live feet front of
GBOL'ND at the southwest corner— Twenty-eighth
and B streets, adjoimna tlie property of Tho—_»
WuiKiove, and—ithin hit* endosxire, runi—ng back
one hundred and forty feet.
Alito, thi-ee-quarters <.f that V-eautiful SQI ARE
in Adams's plan bounded by Thirty-tlrst, Thirty
eecoud, O and P streets. The portion to Be sold ha*
a frontage of one hundred and maty-live f.et on
Thirty-first street and three hundred and thirty feet
on Thirty-second street. '
The above property will be nubdivided and sod
acoordirtK to jdats which will be »hown at the aabi.
Persons wishing to secure good locations with am
pie lota should attend the mil. .
1 _»_s: To suit purchaaere.
M t a. D. WILLIAMS, Anctttaeef
ATTOTIOsf BALIS. j
THIS DAT^
By Thomas W. Keeeee, Auctioneer,
(Offlcs corner of Twelfth and Cary streets.)
i~\NE OPEN-TOP OANALBOAT FOR
U SALE AT AUCTION.—I will s«_ at auction
on MONDAY, September sth, at 11 o'clock, in fron
of Crenshaw A Co 's -h'-d, Ba-in benk, one Tery su
pcrior FREIGHT BOAT, with Cabin and Stable.
THOMAS W. KEXSEE,
•v 30 Auctioneer.

By James M. Taylor, Auctioneer.
rpWoVENETUENiK ON GAMBLES
I' HILL FOR &AJ.P AT AL'cTION—Will **»
sold, on MONDAY, the sth day of September, on
tt.e premises, at 4i o'Uoek F M., the TWI) TIN r
MPN'TS on the corner of Fourth and Aiih stieets.
onebiickand the ether framed. The bntk tent
mjnt has about six rooms and the framed tenement
Trn_« • Made known on the dnv of sale.
m> 2 JAMKS M. T A YPOR, Auctioneer.
- '« ' —— ————*— —'
By Redwood, Phillips & Co., Auctioneers.
\\TE WILL SELL ON MONDAY, ]
1 V the sth Scptc-mbor, at our store, an assort
ment of
China and Glassware,
Tumblers, Looking-Glasses, Ac,
Tobacco, Curat-., Rea.lv-made Clothing, Ac
REDWOOD, PHILLIP* A CO.,
ac 3 Au.ticucers, 54 Main strtet.
By P. W. Gmbbs. Auitioneer.
HP WO HANDSOME BRICK COT- j
I PAGES 0- FIFTH, JUBT BEYOND LEIGn j
STREET. TOR SALE AT AL'tTTOJ(.-Wdl be
sold at public suction, on the prtmises, en M<>N- |
Ihe sth September, 5 o'clock P. M., tb ""»
Mb— Cottage Residences located as above. |
ont sixty-five feet eight imhes on the rast ,
Fiftli street, running back ono hundred and
wo feet. On each lot theTe is-a substan'i. i
ittage with four looms, liesides closets and
•press**, and toal and wood-hou-e. They
plied with pis raid wst.r. Tbey are ilea
nt—sted, and are de_gfetful res.denccs.
sffordl a fire opportunity for lli'lWalßl in the
doable description of real estate. Its loea
ike* it very Vahsable.
is : Canh. ' Possession given in n few days.
F. W. GRUBBS, Auctioneer,
Successor le Goddin A Apperson.
RY VALUABLE LOT OF FIFTY
HX FEET FRONT, ON NORTH SIDE fT
L BETWEEN FIRST AND BECON
•T*. WITH FRAME OF BUTLDINO
EON, FORTS-LB AT AUCTION —Imroedi-
fter tire sale of the cottages advertised «>»ove,
S—l at r.'.u In.n, on the pit raises, the very
,me property located as above. The lot has a
i iifty-six fct <n Leigh, running batk the
teptbi of lots on that square. TTiere are flno
tries and a house, which, at a small outlay,
T made a com foi table dwrrf.iifr ; orthebuild
iterial may be rem-.red to another l"t, as tho
r, when he erected it, designed n—ic~ing it,
nveiting it into a dwelling. The proper 1J is
fully located, and valuable as an inveiitmcnt.
sion (riven at once.
as : One-third cash, the balance at si* snd
months, interest tiddtid ; or all ci.sk, at the
of the purchaser.
F. W. GRITIBS, Auctioneer,
ac 5 Successor to Goddin <Sc Apvsarson.
, ■
T7XCELLENT FRAME TENEMENT
Ij ON FOURTH STREET, NEAR DUVAL,
prill SALE AT AIVTION.— Altar the sale e_
the cottages above advertised, I will sell mt nu tion,
ou the prtanises, the FRAMEDT FNF.MENT located
us above, occupied by Mr. William Woodson, con
taining five rooms, and kitchen with two rooms,
and water on the lot ro<i.se->uou will l>o given on
the Ist of January next, at which time the ienaiicy
of the present o,cu*>nnt expires. The lot has a
front of thirty feet by one hundred and twenty.
I—UU : Cash or credit, at the option of the pur
chaasr, F- W. OBUBBS, Aurtioneer,
se 5 Successor to Goddin <V Apperson.
; REAL ESTATE FOR
TrALUABLE FARMING. W( jOD AND
V COAL LAND, IN CHESTERFIELD COUN
TY, FIFTEEN MILES FROM RICHMOND AND
THREE AND A HALF MILES FROM COAL
FIELD STATION, ON THE DANVILLE BAIL
ROAD, FOR BALE PRIVATELY—I otter for stile
the property locates! as above, cent-hring six hun
dred and twenty—even aoies—three hundred < leared,
two hundred original and heavily-wooded and tim
bered, the balance second giowtli pine—a good deal
of it very large growth. The dwelling his bwen
burned and the farm neglected, but there is much
good land. About seventy-five MM ol n» *A*MMJ
land is creek bottom. The road to Coanield is level
and good at all times, which will make the land val
uable for its wood and timber ; but its great value
consists in the almost certainty tii.it it —MB—I in
coal, now becoming scares in this locality.
In making a sale of this property, MS sixth of the
coal interest will be reserved. The improvements
yet leuiainingme suilicitiit for overseer, servants,
and fitiui purposes.
For terms and further description hpj.lv to
P W. GRTJBB-t, Aucti.,lMer,
se s—ls BacotasortoOod&ia A App>nan,
"I SMALL FARM OF TWELVE
/\ ACRES, AT OR NEAR THE END OF THE
ItITOOK TURNPIKE,FOR SALE PRIVATELY —
The desiiablu little FARM, Vitutitod as above, nt
present tiuiiphal by Mrs. A. P. Maynard. Tic
buildings are a dwelling, containing three rooms,
with the usual out-buddings and tce-hoase; also,
a small orchard of choice fmit trees. Immediate
posbessiou will be given. Tm_s: Cash. Apply to
F. W. GRUBBS, Auctioneer,
so s—lt Successor to Goddin <v Apperson.
I7IORB-J-B, PRIVATELY, adeeoxhbia
new FRAMED HoPSE, with five rooms aud
piissa;,"", with kitchen, wood and i otl-hoii-e, _••-.,
with a first-rate garden. Tho lot fronts sixty feet
on O street, and is one hundred ami thirty-two feet
deep. Terms accommodating. For particulars ap
ply to Mrs. DELIA E.BRADLEY,
Comer of O and Thirty-second streets,
au 27—eodlt* Chuu-h Mill.
4 COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR
SALE.—A comfortable COUNT—? RPSI
CE, coiitaiiiing five looms, with all necessary
out-buildings, hfty to one hundred eaMf of land
attached, within a quarter of a mile of fluvanna
Courthouse. For paititulars apply to at addiess
"J. 3. B," Palmyra, Fluvanna, Virginia,
lie 3--3Uwts
1 OFFER AT PRIVATE SAIJ- MY
I FARM in Charlotte county, two and a half
m_.es from Keysville. containing one hundred and
thirty-—DM and a half acres—nbout oue-tliud clear
ed, aiid a considerable portion of original growth of
pine. 'Phi! improvements ensist of dwelliint, out
bouses and barn. There is a fino young orchard of
choice tiuit. «
I wish to sell the Farm, Orcwing Crops, Ac. For
urther particul—rs apply to M. T. 11LDNALL, at
the Collar Factory, Ma>o Btrcct, above Pranklin, or
on the pliue. se I—eodot*
TrALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE
\ TOWN OF DANVILLE, VIRGINIA, FOB
SALE —We offer fur sale, privately. the new and
ehpbly-situatad FTYE-SlT'OltY BRICK BUILD
ING, w>nt—uiing a large dimi.s linll, two suites of
pallors, and eighty-five sleeping r'sjms, besides a
Urge basement, suitable for a kitchen ; biuber khop
and ba:-loom, on Main stf-eet, Danville, Virginia,
known a" the New Hotel). The completion of the
Piclmont railroad, "nd the passing ot the Jsoutt-./m
travel on this route, rendus thii a desirable point
for a good hotel.
' Also, for sale, a good STORE-HOUSE, adjoiiunr;
fk* above property. Further description is-deem*<l
unnsceissa—', as i«rsons wiKhiiiK to purchase will
ex—luno tor themselves. For ter_s and tuiUier
particulars address, or apply to,
LAXIER A BROTHER,
au 25—eodfit* lviville. \ unnia.
17OR SALE, PRIYAI'ELY, A NEW
* FRAMED HOUSE AND Ltxr, on Second
sti cet, between Marshall ami Clay, with seven rooms
and two peasants : and is supplied with wat«>r and
sms. Als-j, a KITCHEN, with two rooms. Wood
house, Coal-house, Htoreroom. Ac. Tlie lot is of
good sue. and enclosed with a new fence. Posses
sion can be Lad immediately, as the house ir> now
vacant. For terms, apply on the vremi ii-es fioznS
to 11 A. M, and Sto6 P. M. se 2—3t*
J> EAL ESTATE FOR SALE IN BOW-
X LLNG OBEEN -Mv DWELLING and
OKE-HOU3E in Bowling Green is tor vile pri
vately. The property is lo- ated in the most central
and ctesirable portion 1 t the Milage, two and a hali
B_lea from Milford Depot, upon tlie Bichmond.
Fredericksburg and Fotoinao railroad. tenor.*
wishing to purchase can come to Milford by the
haud-car which runs daily b-'w.en that plaoe and
the burnt bridge. For particulars apply to C. C.
WALTER, No. 131 Broad street, or to HENRY
GUNST, on Marshall street, between First and
Second, or to the subscriber, on the premises.
■iv 31—coo-at* J (i. DAYI3.
A RARE CHANCE FOR INVEST-
J\ MENT IN CITY PROPERTY.
THE "ST. CHARLES HOTEL."
This desirable property is offered for sale. For
partii u_—>, inouue of
nAJftS'EY, JAMES A WIIXIA-IP,
au 31—9t Vugima street.
FARM FOR SALE.—Being in » W
state of health, so that I cannot attend to my
agricultural affairs, causes me la oflYr my farm
for sale; its location being about tan isile« west of
the uty of Rit hmoud, r Henrico ouunty, lying on
lieep Run Creek, ,-ontaiiung four hundred and'.wen
ty-sis acres. The lmprovmonts consist of a Urge
dwelling and all ueoeeaairy building- I da_a it
unneceeeary to say anything more respecting my
farm, as those w ishing to purchase will come and
judgv for then—elves. For terms, apply to the sub
scriber on the premises. „_-—_ a
au2T»-t» WILUAM W. HOB-EN.
I7OR THE POTOMAC—Peraona de
-1 »irous of "going to the Potomac, by getUag
proper passports Can secure ae«ts in a pleasant eon
veyaucsi and at n_derate charges. Apply at Uf
Maw straet, betweea the hours of » and 13 o UosA.
•c i lm*
apctiom ma.
FCTTJ—I DAY.
By P. W. Oiubt-, Auction***-.
TRUSTEES SALE.—By virtue of two
deeds of Uurt executed by (hail-n Mac—urde
wife to me as trustee, ih« Urst dated the 23d cs*
August, lt*>2, and Ate second the 10th <4 November.
Ring thereto rwju,Mted by the par* .•*, 1 shall
Mn.MisV, the 12—i September, at it o'rlck
»t public auction, on the pranisae. to the
bidder, for cash as to no much as wUI satisfy
i- ..!-, the said property n_jr due and the aa
of sale, and an to tne residu- oa *uoh credit
meet the Uen on »sid property vet to become
due. the property tber-by (onveved in trust, and
which I* d. bribed titer—i. as all the nght, title, and
interest, of the R_d Mu.-mur-.10 and wife in and to
the !i ... and Lot situated at the corner of Eightb
and Marshall streets, wheieon the late C. i. Mtv>
nm do lately remded, and all their right, title, and .
interest in tlie si ives Cornelius, t ens and Martha,
and her chil.lren, William, Jenny, Robert, George,
M Htha, Pet, Lilly, and Jim, and all of the personal
property that may come to Ov hands of George P.
Mat_lurdo from the estate of the mother, father, or
f indfatiit r of the « nd Charles M v-mu.sl.,. The in
cumbrances on the Mid pioperty may be seen on
reference to the deed books in fli.-hincnd Hustinga '
Court Cleik'soffle*, be af for deeds of uust Jhx-m
said Ma. niurdo and wife recorded in Mid Clerk's
oftVc. The title to th>-property ii believed to be
good, but se_ing as trust cc the usual special war
ranty will be given.
ALEXAXDER n. SANDS,
T m-tee in the two deeds above mentioned
Sale conducted by F. W. Gavaas, Auctioneer, sac
tes.or to Goddin A Appersbn. se 1
VALUABLE ORANITE-FRONT
STORE AND DWELLING ON BYRD,
BETWEEN NINTH AND TENTH STREETS,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION —Will be sold at auc
tion, on the premise*, on THURSDAY, the Wh
Sop:ember, at S o'clork P. _~, the valuable property
located as above. The upper or dwelling poi-floa
of the House contains five rooms ; the store and
OS—at a'e larse, well uui ted fI ■ a grocery or othor
business, with another bonding ou tho lot contain
ing i'oiu- room; The property is now rented for
yjOO to monthly tenants and could now be rented,
no doubt, for a much lawr sum The pi-operty is
valuable, being on the basin, and near the largo
manulatturing mills and Petersburg Railroad Da*
j pot.
TKnn*: Cash or credit, at the option of the pur
chaser. P. W. GRUBBB, Auctioneer, '
se 5 Successor to Goddin A Apperson.
FINE AIATTArONI ESTATE OF v
FIVE 11VNDRTD AND FIFIY ACRES, Df
( APOI.FNE < OCNTY, WITHIN ONE MILE OF
MILFOPD DEPOT. AND ONE AND A HALF
MILES rPOM bOWLING (iREI-.N. CALLED
HOLLY" HILL, FOR SALE AT AC UON.-V'iU
be sold at auction, on the p.c_ise ~n TirUKS-
L»AY, the 15th Bepteenber, mllo do k A. M., tha •
| veiy vhl_ible estate 10-' i ud a» abo ■.-.-. It eentß——
five"bundled and —by nn of which ; bout thif*
fourths are open land, md one-fourth in woo«l and
t-jnbtr. Tho opc_ land is in a good state of in»
provcaiHlt. 'The impro - ,-meuts consist of a l:u«
dwcllh g nnd every other out-building usually found
on such an estate—all in good repair. The location
is l-»autinu. There is on the plate a very large or
chard of pouches und apples of the choicest kinds—
This is a n.re opportunity of securing a valuable and
most beiiutifiil date. Partial poise.s»ion will ba
given at once, and full possession so ac >n as the
growing crop* .'an be sc--ured. The Richmond and
Fredericksburg railroad paisses through the fa.nll
near the house, atfoi ding an opportun.iy of vision.g
the pine and letunii-g the same day. •
Tanna : One-third ca«h; balnnce at six. and
twelve months; or all cash, at the option et the pur
chaser. F- W. OBUBBS, Auctioneer,
se 5 Successor to Goddin A App*rsen.
TTERY VALUABLE BRICK. TEXE-
V MENT ON FOCBTH STREET, BETWEEN
FRANKLIN AND GRACE, FOR SALE AT AUC
TH9N.—WiII V>e sold at auction, on the premises,
on WEDNESDAY, the 7th September, at 5 o'clock
P. M., that very valuable TENEMENT located as
above, laU-lv occupied by Mr. John S. Bradly. and
adjoining the tenement now occupied by Mr. John T.
Bod_ers. It has eight rooms, including basement,
Rnd has ample accommodation lor servants, and iv
location make* it very valuable. Possession given
_unvdiutclv.
Ta—aa: One-third cash; balance at six and
twelve months, or all rash, at the option of the pur
chaser. T. W. ORUBBS, Auctioneer,
bo 3 Successor to Ooddiu A Appsrson._
• By Oeorge W. Willis, Auctioneer,
(No. 83 Main street.) •
XIHLL BE SoTd-AT AUCTION, AT
>> n.v store, on TUESDAY, September 6, at
10 o'do-k." a de-iirable lot of
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Crockery and Glassware,
Ready-made Clothing,
Dry 6 "-Is, Blankets, ,
Sl_ *■», Boots, scd Fancy Goods.
Gold and Silver TTstfhea. Jewelry, Ac.
se 5 GEORGE W. WILLIS, Auctioneer.
Oy Tardy A Williams, Auctioneers.
TVTOTICE.—Our regular weekly dale of
i\ GROCERIES, LIUL'ORS, DRY GOODH, Ac,
will take place on THURnDAY next, the sth in
stant, at 10 o't lock precisely.
Cciisifciiiueiits solieit«l tor tho above sale.
se 5 ' TANDY A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
By L. 11. Luck, Auctioneer.
(New Auction House, No. 86 Main street.)
T SHALL SELL, ON TUESDAY, tho
I 6th instiuit, at 10 o'clock, a very desirable lot of
FERN-TERR, SHOE;*, CLOTHING, Ac,
Such as _._.—_■_
Bofas, Chairs, Tables, Wi_hstands,
1.t,;,-.c.,H, Bureaus, Safes, Ac.
ALSO,
1 Show-case and contents,
2 very good Carpets, but little used.
ALSO,
Several Gold and Silver Watches, Pistols, Ac,
I and many other goods too tedious to aiention.
t ~,ods will be received until » o'clock on the day
Persons desiring quick sales and prompt payment
I srill please send in their goods or furniture.
L. It. LP' X, Auctioneer,
s,. s—2t No. K6' Main street.
_\ PIKE, ONE MIPP FBOM THE CITY. FOB
KENT'—Will be rented out for the year lit_, at
public auction, on trio premises, on TUEisDAY,
Scptentlxr 6, at 5 o'clock F. M., that very dew. ible
Farm on the south' side of the Brook turnr.—e,
ii.-.,. the Toll-gate, the late n-sideuce ot John Der
ra/ott, tlar—ised. Thedwelhng it eXi—dent, with nil
the neeflssiu— out-baildings. There are seventy
M-res of very fertile land and a very productive gar-
I <kn. This is, indeed, cne of the most desimbla
I rci*idan.«s and fairns in the vitimty of B-.hnn.ftd.
I P -«i'-u given the lut of January next.
Tsaas: Fayable nuarterlv in lulranca.
P. W OfeUßßS.Aueticjieer,
an 31 Successor to Goddin A Aopersoa.
TJiOH MEADOW FOR RENT AT
J I AUCTION—WiB be rented ont, on MON-
IiAY", the sth day of on ibe pre—Ji*e,
at 12 o'cUm k M., for the next year, the Farm known
as HIGH MEADOW, about two milee east of the
I city, containing about two hundred acres '-Pared
The building is large and commodious, with all
the us-nl out-buibling«, and tv table for the ajom
modationof a large family; »iUi :he privilege of
putting in the fall crop ; and full >n given oa
Ist day of January, 1&63.
au «)—6t JA-IES M. TAYLOR, Aucfdoncev.
"\T7QOD, WOOD—I wilt, firom thia
\ f date, until fuither notice, tall to msb cu»
to—-rs OAJC WOOD at $.0 psx cord, Jid FIXE at
I «•>■» per rord, delivered at the usual distances -rem
I the yard.
To those who are indebted to me for Wood. Ac, I
would respectfully and urgesltly request them to
settle their accounts during the present month, at
my otft. «, aa I have no one to collect for me; other
wrne, I shall be obliged to have th*t-i oßectaU at
j ♦!__ cost. :se I—eodM*] Bit HAJU) l^hlXt._
VjT Navussa OTJA— O, containing soveat; -five ptf
oant. phosphate of brae.
Brosrn Cottou SIIIRTINOS,
Bi Carbonato of f*ODA,
FLOW!*, PLOW CAVi .NGS, A- Foi sale V*
att 31—KniJf G-ORGE WATT A tfi^
j rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST
I laeeived a very large etoch of very L-»
bi.aih.«J sHIBTINGtJ. at low prioea. AUo, a rerv
! tine aseortment of Ladies' DRUW GOODS Call
before ouymi- e.-ewhtre at
Mim R. C. s__lON'S Mihtary Stvan,
aa 31 -*X* - No <■ Main street.
j "The first SORA of the season just received, and
i w_l beserved up in the ftn-»t styW at
„i—sf fou Q_irn*~».
1 "-OR SALE, thrne hundr«d feet , neainl
r a Q-iartor inch GALVANLZKD IRON IT Pit.
Also, one Uige COOKLNi* »T«JV_, s-tabia for
ho«pitais or hotels, in food wder• ,__ k - v _ t .
„ s—m« Broad sirrsrt, above N ia __
T HA\ r E FOR SALE A BIX HOItSK
I KVUIVE tomplct*. and attached to a n>—_ine
fj I «-*♦
Ileal sr in eld aietals.
No. 24 Main street, near Ohl MarheA
IT*OR SALE, aev-ml •**«•.JSSS? 1 !?
V COAT* and one Ur§e aneOV-BOOAT J ala*
„__ MtKKING-l»r_D £AOM. » J**
aud a beaunful large CASARY rAWX,
l *■ st-inu, *_—"t
ae'_—«• Mam street, above wffbst-.
. an. lot - WEKIUJ -m-rtjhnb

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