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SATURDAY MOHNINO .0-.T-.HIEK V; l»«4.
K*.i» WA*T»i»."Thf l,i«fcr«t m-iiWi t pun* will I**
j-int it thi- iiiin »i tor ?ilt kintl- »f ci**** c«» rou
1.1.1 U-VN tt*..-, in liir-r- or *msU **s*tt****
The de;ne of Secretary Floyd to on
gage the eoui.try in a great foreign war
was a veiy natural desire on the part of
n man who believed that a foreign war
iilniii coot*] prevent the dfoaolution of the
l ition. Vet we think it fortunate tor
tlu- South, at least, that he dad nut auc
ceed. It eonkl only have poatponed the
separation, without rotadaring it impos*
bible The day wa> destined to arrive;
and snoner or later it would havehrouj-'ht
iv its train all Uk* evils and inconvem
i ncies that belong to it. Postponement,
we are disposed to think, would only
have added to our difficulties.
We should havelieen vi. toriousin any
war which we should have waged with
any European rower. The enormous
armies which the two sections have
brought into the field, and the unparal
leJed obstinacy with which they have
Knight, leave no doubt whatever of that
tact. No European Tower could have
stood hefore. the combined strength ot the
whole country once known as the United
States. The navy was, it is true, con
fined to a few ships; hut in the course
ut a two years'war it would probably
have reached the number of a thousand.
It would have swept that of either
France or England from thu ocean.
It is probable that, in the beginning
of the war, France or England might
have landed an army upon our
shores. But events have clearly shown
that it could not have sustained it
sotf here a week, let its size have been
what it might. The navy having be
come irresistible, a million of men, il
necessary, could have been thrown on
the shores of either France or Qreat
Britain ; and neither France nor Great
Britain, let them vapor as they may,
could have withstood the onset of such
an army. Ofcour.se, Canada would have
gone overboard at the very first rush, tor
Cireat Britain, so far from defending her,
is anxious, ever, now, to give her away
to the Yankee. That we are not draw
ing upon our imagination, we think the
gigantic proportions of the present war
sufficiently indicate. What might not
tne whole country united have done ':
The I'nited States would have come
out of such a war with a high reputa
tion, a mighty army, and an invincible
navy. As was the case in the Mexican
war. the South would have done all the
fighting, and the Yankees would have
taken all the profit and claimed all the'
glory. They would have taken all the
navy and as much of the army as they
could havo induced to join them. Their
le-.turce-s would have been multiplied
beyond measure, and their arrogance
would have grown far beyond even theii
actual acquisition of wealth and power.
They would not have failed to assert,
more otiemiively than ever, their mission
to settle the affairs of the whole earth,
and more especially those of the South
crn States. The Black Republican party
would still have been predominant—
would still have insisted upon their mis
sion—would still have persevered in
their determination to ignore the rights
ol the States, and to make them all bend
to their will. Separation and war would
still have been inevitable. We should
btill have been compelled to meet the
Yankee hosts in the fields, and that, too,
undu for greater disadvantages than we
actually encountered when the war he
gan. Suppose they had hail in the be
ginning such an army and such a tleet
as they now have. There is hardly a
possibility that we could have resisted
them, utterly unprepared as we then
were for war. Such an army and such a
tleet they would have had, had there
been a war with lireat lii ilain in
as there was vev.y near being. We re
gard it as providential that it did not
take place.
COMMENCEMENT OF HOOD'S
ADVANCE.
There is no impropriety now in giving
i.oiue account of Hood's departure Iroin
Sherman's front for his rear. The letters
given below, giving a description of the
iitiirch, are particularly interesting, from
ihe fact that they are written by a sol
dier, and show the exultant fctate of feel
ing in the Army of Tennessee. They
are from the Augusta Constitutionalist,
and the lirst is dated—
OCTOBER I.—On the evening of the
'-Ibth of September, orders were received
to cook rations preparatory to a move. —
Soon the camp was all bustle and ac
tivity. Curiosity was on tip toe, aud
every one seemed personally interested
iv the projected movement. For a week
previous, "grape-vine" messages had
been constantly received that the Army
ot lennessee was on its way to the ene
my's rear, and now, when these mes
sages seemed to be, in a measure con
tinued, every one was wild with excite
uient.
Time wore painfully away until 10
o'clock A. M. of the 2'Jth, when the
joyous words M fall in " were heard along
the lines ; and the men sprang with ala
crity to their places. Stewart's corps,
with Loring in lront, Walthall in the cen
tre, aud French in the rear, marched to
the Chattahoochee river and crossed at
Pumpkintown. The crossing of the
..orpa was a grand sight. From the lofty
hills winch crown either side of the river,
the long serpentine line of glittering arms
and bristling bayonets glistened in the
rays ol the declining sun, and aH the
pontoons at so great a distance were in
visible, it seemed as if the men were
walking on tiie water. The ladies from
the south side had congregated on its
bank, and the wave of lace-bordered
kerchiefs, aud the smile of approval
which illumined their countenances,
nerved every arm and fired every breast
ss they toiled onward on their patriotic
missi. m This army, I am thoroughly
convinced, is ttaaheet in the Confederacy.
The Virgin! i army. 1 am aware, has won
hundreds ol victories -has really never
sustained a d<*feat. It has pressed vigor
ously on from one victory t) another
without detiioinli/.itioii or disaffection,
hut it has never passed through the fiery
ordeal that the Army of Tennessee ha .
Crossing the Chattahoochee, we
marched nearly west, and bivouacked
live miles from it. Continuing the inarch
the next aaorning, are turned a little ti
the north, and reached here yesterday
about 3 o'clock IV M Wa are now six
mil.-; from Powder S-arii***, on the road
to New Hop* <'lunch, and about twenty
miles to lhe west of Marietta. We have
nil been araiting patiently for an order to
resume the march this morning; but I
suppose l Jeneral Hood is waiting lor the
completion of some of his arrangements.
Octobkb 2. —In one hour we arc on
the war-path again. General Hood Ins
unbosomed himself to the army; and
every private of the army knows what is
expected of him. Oeneral Hood has re
ceived positive information of the fact
that Sherman has sent two divisions in
quest of "the Wizard of the Saddle" in
Middle Tennessee. Two more divisions
have been sent to Kentucky to recruit,
and Blair's corps has been disbanded and
sent home, their time of enlistment hav
i.ig expired. We are therefore, Humeri
catty, nearly aa strong as they are. The
enemy has about forty days' rations of
bacon, but very little bread, on hand.—
We move this morning to the railroad—; t
what point, is General Hood's secret, not
mine. We will proceed northward, tear
ing up the road as we go ; and, as Sher
man will be compelled to provision his
army, lie will he compelled either to foi
low and attack us in a chosen and forti
fied position, or move on further into our
country without a railroad to furnish him
supplies.
Tin: Situation in Georgia.— A cor
respondent of the Montgomery (Ala
baaaa) Appeal, writing from Hood's
headquarters, says that Sherman has
three millions of rations south of the
Tennessee river. Most of these are at
Chattanooga. Previous to the raid of
Wheeler, he had one million, but while
the road was interrupted -some ten
days -twenty heavy trains were prepared,
which were rusned through in one day.
Sherman feeds at least one hundred
thousand men, including his troops and
the hangers-on of the army. This is full
rations for thirty days, and may he made
to last sixty. With what he can gather
up in the country, he may be able to
feed his army ninety days. He adds:
" Most of this stuff is at Chattanooga,
the road below that point having been
occupied in the transportation of railroad '<
material and (juartermaster stores. It
is hoped that Forrest will allow but little
more to come to the latter place ; and*
plans are on foot which will probably
lock that at Chattanooga so fast that it
aril] require the hull; ot Sherman's army
to unbolt it. t hie third of this stuff
ought to he destroyed by well advised
expeditions.
"Should Sherman advance in sufficient
force to threaten seriously our cities and
manufactories further south, Hood wiil
pounce on his weakened lines and ruin
liis reserve stores and thoroughly de
stroy his lailroad. There is, indeed,
little to tempt to advance, as it will re
quire long inarches and heavy fighting
before he can reach a point where he can
do us the least mischief beyond robbing
citizens.
"General Hood's base is still behind
him. lie can fall back, in case the
exigencies of events require it, in any di
rection except that covered by about
lifty-tivc degrees, of which Atlanta is
very nearly the centre.
"Major Horback, ot the Army ol Ten
nessee, has been sent to LaGrange as
post quartermaster in the place of Major
W. F. Ayer, who has been appointed
chief quartermaster tit the Army of Ten
nessee.
" It is stated that General Hood is tear
ing up the tracks of the Georgia, Macon
and West Point roads. Seventy miles,
it is stated, of the Georgia road will he
torn up, and the Macon road to Griffin,
and the West Point road to Newman.
"AU the cotton at Palmetto has been
brought away safely. A large quantity
had been stored away at that point.
v The Macon Intelligencer states, it is
rumored that Hood has captured aw i. tie
corps of the enemy, amounting to seven
thousand, in the rear of Sherman's
army."
Gknekai. IlAimEt's Fahkwell.—Be
iorc leaving the* Army ot Tennessee for
his new department at Charleston, tien
eral Hardee took leave of his old com
mand. Amid cheers for " Old Reliable,"
the veteran commander came forward
and made a very touching little speech
lo the soldiers.
In conclusion, he told them the com
manding general would, in a few days,
cross his army over the Chattahoochee
on an offensive campaign, the plan of
which he knew to be excellent, und he
promised them that if they would but.
do their duty and give him a cordial audi
hearty support, and do such fighting as
ho knew they could do, that the greatest
success of the war would be the result;
that Sherman would undoubtedly ta
drawn from Atlanta.
His >;peech was received throughoaf;
with the wildest expressions of enthusi
asm, and upon bidding them an atie*
tionate farewell, the crowd rushed to
wards their loved commander, and thou
sands of the old heroes from Arkansas,
Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and
Texas had tho melancholy pleasure of
taking by the hands and saying farewell j
to the war-worn veterans who led them !
on bo many bloody fields.
Railroad Accident.—On Saturday,
trains having on board twenty one hun
dred Federal prisoners, captured by For- j
rest, ran off the track not far from Oka- !
•ona. Fifty prisoners, with a few of the
guard, were killed and wounded. It is
reported that, in the confusion ul the !
moment, many prisoners escaped.
Major Joseph L. Locke, formerly one
of the proprietors of the Savannah
(Georgia) Rcpuhlian, fell dead while
bitting at tea in that city a few evenings,
since.
The soldier-* of Cockrill's (Missouri) bri
gade recently kept fast day and con
tributed one day's rations to destitute,
exiles of Atlanta.
AMUSEMENTS.
1V I'ornt'r B*Jll**!a and Itroivl -trw-ta.
Batf* Manngor K. 11 DAI.TON
NVTCRDW EVENING, o<tohir Its lsfil,
A MOST ATTRACTIVE MIX Will UK lIiK
BENTED :
Dion liviirrieiaiiit's (Jie.it l'lay, lull (if awaatk ef-
I'.t I aiitl lntnli-nt, t-ntitli-1
THE I.IFK Of AN ACTHESS ;
im,
(11.1 MP! 8 8 0 F ST AO B ml l E ;
ISO
tin- antoning i.ome.ii.-tt.i at
Till: ItELI.Es STRATAGEM
"ii.
A DEAD SHOT;
* 11 it
Mi-- SALLIE PARTINGTON,
Mn-. < . DiHAU,
Mi - JKVNIK TOWFI..!■.
Mi-l.s. J H. CHARLES,
I WELLS,
It I BROWN,
11 ALLEN,
B. BANKER,
mil
F.DMOND K. DALTON,
in th- cast.
OVERTURE • ORCHESTRA.
FAVOIIITK COM It! BONO.. II ALLEN.
MONDAY EVENING, October 17, IStt, will ar
jr. s.iit.-.l tin' beautiful Operatic Flay of
THE DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT,
Willi .'ill tilt'
ORIGINAL MUSIC AND A GREAT CAST.
! Doors open nt quarter tn 7 o'clock: performance
I commencing at 7 J o'clock. oc IS It
MISSES PARTINGTON'S
DANCING AQADEMY,
On Baoaa strut, between Simh and Seventh.
i Ci assis On THURSDAYS and BATURDAYB
fru:;i A to i P. M.
For further particular**, call at their remdence, on
Leigh street, between Adams and Foutsae*.
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{attar; we hsve, as it were, to be subjected t-- the
I action ol liv."
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nit,
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rifted and accomplished miiul of .Mit.s Evans, ot
Mubil., authoress of " liculali," and fittingly called
*• tin- Madame lit- Stael of the South," v now in its
second edition, revised and corrected.
The foUowingextracts, selected from innumerable
others, of similar commendations, si-f«k appropri
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"orable to the South niitl hopeful of its future."
From the New link Daily Time*.
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"to discriminate iv favor ol occasional ones. The
"literary world will be anxious to hear from Miss
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di i -s. d to WEST & JOHNSTON,
Publishers and Booksellers,
llj Main street, Richmond.
Carpets.—l have for salt? at my
• Hi-.-, . -iiui- ..t i '.-t i v :iii. 1 'I'n.lltli streets, i lul "t
lililKssiXs and other CAM PETS; some of tinm
rrry desirable AU.. S»TKP < Alil'l. I I.M i .?, I
hobs. THOMAS W. KEESEE, Au. tit.neer,
l'.-iiui- i.i C-.iy aui Twelfth stn .1-.
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Jtlll. Ililses ~|' 1,-, :ir i- rt .[UI-ste-l t-t c ill iili-1 Vay tin 11
bilH, iis it l-i iinj .Title lor Us l.i '.le t-iil tin In 1.-c
payment. Our -toi.- will 1-- dost-.l at 3l\-M , nit. r
wlii: li nu business will In- transacted.
XI XI, PAIXE *v CO.
lIRANDY, WHISKEY, A..
J lo han. Is (.il.l mid New Apple and Pcacb
Uruadv,
6 barrel* old Rye and Corn Whiskey,
1 octave Old Cognac Brandy,
2 barrels Old LU. kberry Wine,
.', do. Sorghum Xtol.i.sst-i,
1 do. New Orleans Syrup,
1 do. Country Soap,
1 do. North Carolina Herring!*,
in do. Spirits Turpentine,
3 dn. Whit.- Create,
2 do. Tanners' Oil,
io reams Wrapping Pup. r,
i, til..s i-i snwting,
4 bale-, i e'toii Yarns high numbers,
800 pounds Nortli Carolina Copperas,
(; bags Unwashed Wool,
20 .-oils Plow-Line Rope,
230 pounds English Blue-stone,
2 tui.t-t Kite,
SO kegs Old lloiiiinioii Nulls, assorted,
50 bushels Winter Seed Oats,
iio boxes und cuddies Manufactured Tobacco,
2o barrel* and boxc:; Smoking Tobacco,
1 hit Men's Shoes and Scrap Sole. Leather,
on C| li-dkiiuu-iit, for sule by
U. li. ROBERTS, Commission Merchant,
PC 11 —It* Corner Cai-y itnd Tlurti tilth street-j.
ROBERT HILL ie SON will to-day
receive
-25 bushels FRESH MEAL,
20 barrels EXTRA FLOUR,
10 d... COMMON FLOUR,
10 do. RYE FLOUR.
3 do. NEW RICE,
and other goods, on terms worthy of inquiry.
oe ROBERT Ml 1.1. feBON.
1/MliLLSll MADDER,
A Bermuda ARROW ROOT,
CREAM OF TARTAR,
Genuine CASTILE SOAP,
BLACK PEPPER,
SCOTCH SNUFF (Carolina Belle),
lor sale by L. WAONER, Druggist,
oc lo —3t* Sixth und Broad streets.
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ccasutl ulttn and soldier?-, und other matters of in
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se 21— _______
TAW PARTNERSHIP. — WILLIAM
J li. MAOFARLAND und N. P HOWARD
hii.- lumi.-d a partnership in the PRACTICE OF
UW. Tlit-y will practice in the Co iU. derate States
Court and in Uie State Courts —IMPariltf and inlt -
time —held in the city of Richmond.
Ot&ou oa. Main street, two doors above- the
Fanuerri' Rank, (lute thu ollh c of Muctarlund k
____**__) be 27—3titw4w
(1 RATES, FENDERS, COAL SCUT-
T '■ILFS, CINDKR SHOVKLS, Beta of TONGS,
MIOVFI.S and POKERS, SHOVEL STANDS and
IRONS, SMOOTHING IRONS, OVENS, sKI
LLETtL BROOMS, WOODEN BUCKETS, TABLE
KNIVES and FORKS, TINWARE, -Ye., i„r .-.ale at
luv t uietr-, , Siu. 217> Main .street
wll—lf S. P. DK.NOOX
f pw<i J RON SAFES It >X SALE.
W 1 kupa «i«-<iaylt-s'sbest Fire-proof or ilroker's ,
SAKK.
1 'iii.it SAFE, Mutable fur a iiu.irtenuai.ti-r.
H. 11. DUKE,
Cary street, between Fourteenth and littit nth.
me v—at**
IjVllt lURE, a .\txy likely ISUY, alrout
thirteen ye .us old.; would taut to wait un the
tahla or do .no thiia' about the house. Apply to
Mas C. M. JONES,
Corner of Fr.-.nkiiu uud Heury -u-its.
LOST. STR A YED AND STOLEN.
-
STOLEN.— During my aWnca ia the
tii-nrlii w, •oino thief broke into my mom, in
the ii.n.ir of Twelfth llll'l Milill streets, .Ill.Utfle
then from nnOVEKOOAT mtil a MIM-.SS FROCK
rtiAT. .i pair ..I I'ANT-t. and a VK.sT, betadt i
RATIONS for ,i f.-w a__ 1 will aa** ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD for i.ny uifoi
muti.-n lending t,. the JiU-ti-tUiil tlicthi.-I.
Pc 19 It ' ___ ____* ■
STRAYED nir STOLEN from the un
dendgned, en Monday night, the H»ih iii-tint,
alight sorrel MARE Tho * •"' '""•' " *"«»
her right eye; has*four white fed; aaearoaaat
back, on the right -id.-, and a 1. itl.-i strap around
her neck. sh. bad on only two shoes on her trout
1., t A intal.ie n w i:-l will !»• I'-ii'l wr hi r dtiivi ry
to the iii..|.-ii.i-.'ii.-.1, ~,inei-.-l"l'w.i.t.V-axth nii'l ■
Avert.-, ( Inn h Hill. ______ ___,
WILLIAM K. ATKINSON,
Company I-, Thud \ ihmiihi Cavalry.
... 15 If
IOST, <-v the 13tb instant, in the First
J M tiki t, or en mv w _* up Main a large
.1.1 long I.l!.\ss KEY. Th.- hunt*-* finder will be
■.ii.-i.l. i. ■-. ud Ibj I- a.in:* itui this -ih---.
Pc 15—2t*
1 TUFTY DOLLARS REWARD. Tin*
1 al-.v reward will be paid foi th( i---i-1 v--I ..
BOX (H BOOKS, . nt from Oi rdomville about tue
tii t, t He..,,.1„, |,t. marked " Rev. IMNm n,
eareof A t. Denny, Bankol Virguim, Richmond.
Said box is u t ;-.-■--1 t- be »< -""'' """ "• ~:' ' d '~
pob* between aonlonsvilli and this city. Informa
tion to be left with Mr. DENNY, at the Bankol
Virginia '"' ' T !;t ._
'iv\ki:n from a neoro, a gold
*f_ FEN, whit hhe offered for de Theownercan
gi-t th- PEN bj lestTribing it and paying for this
advertisement. Ai ply to
Mt KINNEY, DUPUY& ARCHER,
oc 15—It* Shovkoc Slip.
171VK HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
i WARD.- My i-i.-.on Second, between Clay
and Leigh was broken open on Thursd:t\
night, lhe 13th ir, 'tant, mid robl-'d ol I W« > THOU
SAND DOLLARS' WORTH <>1 (iiin-'l-.Hll'.s. I
unll giv* the above reward for the detection of the
thii f or recovi ry t-l the •- I
oc is—2t* Me- JENNIE A MOSBY.
HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
WARD OOI.D CHAIN BRAI ELET Lo i.
I yesterday (Thursdny), on Mmi strt-.-t, between
K. es' li iL,!--rieTa, Saloon an-1 Kideood's bookstore,
t col.ii-< li \l\ BH mi i.:.i'. To- tm 1.1 will i-
| ceive the above reward by leaving the same at th-?
box - Hi c ol the Theatre.
N B — All pen*ons ire w inn 1 again t trading for
or purchasing the same. -.ell _'t
JUST, on the 12th of October, a
_ BUNCH OF KEYS, on Twenty-fifth street,
near Mr. I'hillip Price's. The finder will be libe
rally rewarded bj leaving them at Mr. IVice's.
NAM V STUART,
oc 11 It* five worn 111 ol ( t l-.r.
rpiIREE 111 NDRED DOLLARS RE
|_ WARD Strayed or stolen, on Ihe nipht ol
th-- Uth, hvm the Sj.otsv.... I Hotel, ti ROAN
MARK, sixteen hands hi It, with a Mct'lellan Sad
dle and Yankee Bridle. I will "iv the above ro
watd for le l delivery oi *uch olbci information a.s
in iv lead to hi i.- ~. -
i: II Mi >N II I no,
oc il -t Si. Ul Mam street.
I7»ST IJ A V CU\V,-A sni-ill light rod
\ tow, with i tar in hi r i-a, 1i.,.1 anda slit in
h. i aft ear, was taken ii) on llie place known as
'•ChukeV Spring," a.lj iiiim the tit) lee-avoir -
The t-iviTt i- is requc ited to conn forward, ]■ iv i-hurges
and take Lei away. R. 11. HIUOTNS,
oe 14—31 Ov. rseei ol i itj hands.
/\NK HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOL
\ / LARS REWARD Strayed or stolen, on the
night of the Bth l IK tuber, from the camp ol !;-..-!'>
Battalion oi Artillery, i blazed-face SORREL
HORSE, witli om hind foot while, whethel right -a
left not remembered. The above reward will !.-•
given for his d. liver>- ut the camp of Read's Batta
lion of Artillery, in ir Petersburg, or <n Meade &
I taker's, Richmond. oc 13 - at *
(VNE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
} WARD Stolen from mi stable, on Saturday
night, October Sth, my DARK HAY HORSE—
almost black; five years old; paces finely; when
trotting, nidies 1..- hind foot against bis fore foot;
Las tract marks ou hi-? right thigh; newly shod all
round with very high-heel shoes; he will come to
thu name of Morgan. It is likely that a soldier
stole him, and will try tv trad.- him off. All \,-i
--mhis iin- guarded against trading for him. I will
give the above rev ird foi bi lehverj or any infor
mation so that 1i an get 11int ;or two hundred dol
lars for his delivery and tin thief ut ii-.-. laim, Dia
mond Hill, four miles from II mover tjourtlmuse.
oe IJ 'a* SI.AH.iII illC.
STOLEN.- IWn HUNDRED AND
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.- Stolen, onthe
night ol the Sth instant, out of my stable, on l hird
stivet, near Broad, a l>.ik Bay Canadian FoNY;
blai.k inane iind tail; star on forehead; heavy
build; and has iwo white tn; ■ ill around
his body. T ii--->- stripes were causetl by having i
rope tied around him; has a small saddle Boreonhis
1.01,. The above reward will I* paid il the Pony is
delivered iit Colonel I. akm .smith's office and no
question<...!;.J. J. TUCKER,
Lieuli ii int-Colonel, Rt ruiting Service,
oc 11—6f
T7IVK HUNDRED DOLLARS RE-
I WARD.- Stolen from my stable, in Chester
field county, Virginia, on the night of the 25th of
September, a DAB X BROWN HORSE, sis years
viii ; rathi : largei than the inettium size; ha a
v bite spot --ii He torehi a I, and . it hite spot on each
-. le el IL- back, -..a id !-. the a Idle. IK- is -vim 1,
:• ntlc, and work yen freely in double -a -~,•!.
han.- . liuii ive tin -I ... reward il leturiu 1
to na or wh re 1 - uu uei him.
1 i 1 Mill M. MORRISETT,
M in ie-i. r, Chi -I- rfield - ounty, Virgin .
oc I! - It t < '-''
STRAY ' OW.—Fifty .11! v- n - -rl
will be j-ii i foi thi i( turn to ir:--. on i i th
■'?,, ■r, Hire, do irs north ol 1.. i«h, ol - DARK RED
( OW, bi iinUcd, riving milk Thi tips of t-.th h»in.s
■Tiw-l - ff, and in I w older. S. » ROUIXSON
... 11 - . f
Fop RENT.
rpWO DESIRARLE ROOMS VOR
I RENT, with the ]>iivih l kitt hen, situated
n. ar thi upper end <d Oratt trett, in-l in a I ii .
ble nt ightiorh I r'or | it.- ul •:-, .[!•!■, to M. -i-
WES'I k JOHNSTON, bookselli re, on Main street.
oc IS If
lIIAVH FOR RENT A NEATLY
11 li.M-iii-.h ROOM, .!;. ited on Fourth,
above I'i.-- .1 tree! Anj Ij opposite Di i it. b i "fit c.
. la 51
J /()K RENT, two 1» I! SIUAr- LI.
"* ROOMS, with gas aud privilege..f p-ulor. A;
--m yto -Mils. UORNE,
Ninth street, two ;quaix-s i nil. igh,
oe 15- it- ' Yellow house.
17* OR RENT, FURNISHED ROOMS,
' foi-.i-io,u faiuily or gentlemen. Beferem?es
retiuind. Address J. E. S and have at the Dis
patvh office. - ■ -:>i-*
IjVik RENT, nt the corner of Thirty-
| 1 second and N streets, Church HiU, SIX
BOOMS, withust ot kitctien, carriage-house, stable,
&c, together with a GARDEN LOT, of aboutone
ati-c of land, tdjoiniiig Also, Iwo MILCH COWS
for sale. --c l- it- I. EDWARDS, M. P.
t-'OK RENT. (.- i.t!- in- n wis',uii.-; t-t
1 rent a FURNISHED ROOM, withattend mcc.
can do so l-y applying on Sei ond, between (lay .md
Leigh streets, fourth brick hou.se lioiu tlay, west
side. References required. ..i 11 2t*
\DESIRADLE KARM I'nß RENT
THE ENSUINO YEAR FOR A FOURTH
OF llii: CROPS. It, iii..!- i.m. h -t- an -1-I,on
the old turnpike, about five miles from Richmond.
Any pereon wishing lo rent it will please come im
mediateiy and -->'.v a crop.
... ii -'if L j. i'i-:mki-:bton.
If OR RENT, tin. ij ROOMS, on Main
1 street. Apply at
J. W DAVIEa \ .SON'S*
Book and Mutac -tore,
ot 11-31* 11. 11. Taylor's, ol 1 stand |
UKNT, two ROOMS, on the first
1 Boor, over Mian li. SEMON*S atore, No. 11l
Broad street q.- li-iit*
I?OB UENT, one FURNISHED FRONT
in ioM, with Oats. Price, one hundred and
fifty d.iliu. for a angle gentleman, or for two, two
hundred dt-il tr- pot month. The I- -t --i refereneen
required. Inquire on Ninth street, one dooi above
t. ot. ll -.'itt.td*
Jfoß UKNT, siv.iiil NKATLY-FI'R
NISHED ROOMS in the Exchange Hot. I. j
so, for hue, a huge, strong and healthy WOMAN,
a No. 1 Cook, with twelve years'expeiit iin- in cook
ing for hotels and Ur>/e boiudnit-hoiises. She is
ahtoagood wnaherand bmner. Apply, third floor,
Exchange Hotel, No. thi, to Mrs. JETER.
M 11 -*•
rpo Till; MANAGERS <>F Hol.LY
__ WOOD CEMETERY. It bj uesj jaintul to
in .i.y at nr, wh.., ranee the war, have bought sec
tion- in Hollywood, and are watting for the war to
end lot ii. Ins,- them, t.. find so little attention paid
to tin ■ ciountl-i. liuigiit.- th>- feelings ol the* who
line It.t t.l ones l.nrit-tl iheif, wh.-ii they vi-it the
tfinvi-s oi thaaa lo\f.l mtea and tnul cowa partirririg,
Mn rooting, -.'outs ilimbing uu.t ti.il-li-.ii making
a plity-nrttuiid «.t that hallo"nt apat; and then al
low vie to ank why the suis-nnU-lidilit.Mr (rKe.le,
does not pay moiv attention to the grounds | You
mayvip.it i-iU ~ .1 ('.uieUiy t-r the city Uurving-
Urouud aud you find no such intrud.-ru there. And
why allow tiii-m at Hollywood I It is an evil that
cau t a«ii> be i.-vii tiie.l. aud will uot some xli-ps be
taken to neit-u.-olish it '
Osn ri no Visits Hoi.i v woou Oft i:!».
WANTED. I
WANTED TO KENT, on thi? Fnile
ritksl.iirK railroad, iiniVPnk*nttomybusinei«
in Rirtiiaoiid, a DWELLING, ot thrtf or four
BOOMS, suitable for a «nvill-»ized family. A (ily
tlt.ilinc of six or eight rooms Ifumishid), with a
■ npply of find, inn lie exehaiiKi'd. The best city re
ference* Riven. Addresn "O. I*. ll," Dispatthofli-e.
oe la It*
WANTED. — Two k'l-ntltintn desire- to
get a ROOM, .ith r ftnnlaln.il or unfur
nished I'lea -c -tate location, pi in-, and whether
tiiini-lii-il with Kisornot. Beat of tttuttaren gfrtm,
if dt mil. A.ldiess " 11. A. C.," Dispatch office.
... la- It*
ITTANTBD, a pan hii.siT f..i- ii CANARY
W [MALE) BIRD, warranted t<» 1«> a line
iongttcr. I'ii!.-, fit). Apply, by note, to "L,"
Dispatch t-tU-e. oe 13--lt*_
WT ANTED TO RENT OR PUR
>\ ( ham: a t 1 PIANO. If rented,good
care will be taken of it and a libers] price paid loi
its us. Addn 53 noon, it thi i office, "M. ti. v."
oe IV- II"
WITANTED 1-a isl. to rent i HOUSE,
y\ ol lour oi more room*, in th-.- lower portion
of the - ity a hun 1. Hill preferTcdl, with Btahli and
i arnaj-'t-boils..- atta. bed. For sn- h a li-.u-e :i liberal
i. Nt will I--- pud if immi di it-- i-i'-'i-aii is gi-ren —
Apply to WILLIAM II PLEA BANTS, Sheriff's
Office, or GEORGED PLEASANTS,
•a. II it County Courth u-e
WANTED.— "Ac subacriber, who is ex
empt from military duty, wishes to engage
as MANAGER oi ag I tana, tob, cultivated on
shares oi otherwise. He can furnish four or fin
hands, ii ih sired, lie has had long t Xfiern lit em
fanning, on 11 an give the best recommendations, -
Address . C. C. ROBINSON,
oc H—St* Box •"■<>:>, Hi, hiii.-ni.
IITANTED TO SELL a complete s.t of
y\ BLA< KSMITirs TOOLS. A!-,., one
DOUBLE-CASE SILVER WATCH. Inquire at
the corner ol Third und Marshall sir,., t, ut
t-e 11 -if Mli-. IK > ES.
WT ANTED, -any Indies having STEEL
\> HEAD BAGS, or COLORED lIKAD BAOS,
:in 1 wish to iiis|.i.s, ot tie iii, will do wi II by < ailing
at Mis. i: SEMON'S ft CO , No. 11l Broad rtieet.
oc 11 St*
TITANTED.a reliableCOLORED I'Oli
>> TEH Apply to
oc 14—3t \\\ 11. FOWLE, SONS & CO.
TITANTED, four able-bodied NEGRO
>\ LABORERS, to work al the Naval Labora
tory. Good wages paid. Apply to
"11. 11. MIN'Hi,
lit uli l.iuit i ommanding Naval Ordnance Works,
oc 13—lot '
WANTED TO HIRE, for the balance
of the year, a COLORED GIRL, who un
derstands genera] house-work and is a - r "-"l nurse
•tine uh-t i;in come well recommended will get >i good
home, and :i liberal price will be paid. Apply at
once at my house, on Seventh, between Clay und
1.. i_h wtreets.
. IJ it* S. A. WINSTOCN.
TITANTED TO RENT A HOUSE, with
ff ti <in four to eight rooms, somewhere be
tween Twentieth and Thirtieth and Franklin and
( lay street . A liberal price will be given, or a
small ht-n-t in es htuige for a larger one. Address
••(' Ii ," Disnati h office, stating location and price.
OC 11 -I*
VITILMINOTON, SAVANNAH and
\ AUGUSTA FUNDS wanted by
" l ! ~' ll KH.M, I'A INK A: CO.
\IT A N T E I) , five thousand AXK
>\ HELVES. Apply to
W. G. BENTLEY,
Major and Quartermaster,
Cary street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
strei ts. oe 11- '.t
Offk a James Ku t- a in:- X inawh \ Company, I
KiiiiMuMi, October 12, Im:i. i
TVTOTICE.—The annual meeting of the
i\ ,-t... khol.l-1-s of tlu- J.nnes River and Ka
nawha Company will be held at the office of the
company, m thi-- city, on MONDAY, the 24th in
! slant, at 11 o'clock A M.
Al I'.i!-. IMI N I ..I I'llt.W.
Know all i,i-n by these pn -nt-; That we, the
•i.l. eribers, being stockholders in the James River
and X in iwl.ii Company, do I. i. by .. n-ititute, and
appoint oui true and lawful attorney
and proxy, to represent each ol v- in all general
meetings ol th. stockholders ol said company, held
within six month? from and liter l!..- date hen >!,
when wean not personally present or repn ented
by some other proxy, v.,u, full power and autho
lity, Tit such general meetings, t,. give such vote or
vol ;, aud to do such other act oi acts, a- . ach ••!' us
could give oi do, as a member of Un said meetings,
if we were persomdly present; and w» do hereby
ratif) and confirm whatever vote or votes, act or
acts oui -nd attorney may lawfully give or do for
us in pursuance of the authority hereby conferred
upon la,a.
Witness our hand.i and seals this day ol
•, one thousand eight hundred ailtt -
Teste: , [Seal
, Seal
— , . Seal.
—, Seal.]
—, [Seal "
By order of the Board ol Diret tors
WILLIAM P. MUNFORD,
i-e 1! t.lm Secretary.
NEW MUSIC, at
.1 W DAVIES .\ SONS*,
1-s M ,m ti... t,
(P, II I'.vl ,r- ~ld st in i
VARIATIONS
I! -n- . SW( ! Home,
Anvil < hoi ii I.
Maiden's Prayer
.-hells Of Of, It.
Mo. |, Hit.'-lii I 1 Qui, I. tt ;
G. neral Smith's Munch.
SONG*-! :
Ah I 1 have Sighed to Rest.
Take in- 11- in-.
I',-ied l-1-e.V Hi.
v.'i.. ii I saw su,.. t St Ily Home.
On the Mountain's Any Summit.
A ma Lea.
Come where my Love Lii s Dreaming
Minnie 1...
in th- in t to Ingomai
Yellow Hose oi texa i.
Dreams.
Mill, a.- 1.l ". 11
Bird of Beauty.
Al.ti 1.1.'- Pi lyer, ft, . k oc 12—dt*
rpo HOUSEKEEPERS.
| I !,,-,. -ii band a large supply of PURE
i IDER VINEGAR, nuiuble tui pickling.
ALSO,
XUT.MI-.ii-,
ALLSPICE,
( LOVES,
MACE,
GROUND GINGER,
GROUND AND GRAIN PEPPER.
CHARLES I. TODD,
oc II iit* Corner Sixth and Clay streets.
rriWENTY-FIVE BALES COTTON
I YARN, good number*,
2u hales-l-l SHEETING,
in barrel? very One WHISKEY,
Itl barrels JAMAICA BUM,
l.a • a ksSAl.l,
l-.i I aire! SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
20 kegs SODA.
.'ol.aii.l- ( RUSHED SUGAR,
25 barrels BROWN KUOAR,
2 ,00U packages TOBACt t), all grade?),
5 i-ottsk.- very lin-- FRENCH BRANDY,
1 bah- \.iv sal., nor ENGLISH i LOTH,
foi sale hy [oc 13—6t] W. B. JONES ft CO.
GROCERIES.
Superior Green und Black Teas,
Brown, Clarified and Crushed Sugars,
Wax and Tallow Candle*,
hai'. llcrringt) itii-l Al-wives,
Cotton aad wool Cards,
Fig blue, Oono muted Lye,
i oj-j-ei.ts, Starch,
Coiniiii.'s London Mustard,
Ma n's Genuine Blacking,
Sorghum, Oats, Coin, tm . kc.
CHARLES I. TODD,
oe 11—Ct* Corner of sixth and! lay street-..
if i>V kTEEN BALES COT TO N
J 1 YARNS, 8, 9 and 10.
i-i 1... Nt Is Brown Sugar,
IS barrel- Klii'lii-l. CrusL.-d SugW,
lo hairiles Km and Marioatboi otfee,
111 hlll-..hests lil.ttkT.H,
1 h.ttulsOld Use Whiskey.
ROBERT HOUGH k CO.,
oe 11---.t No II I. atl street.
17108 SALE— KII'SKIN.S, fee
v iaatm Wax Kii--kius, aorrM nn niifitfr.
12 do/ell II) i. k Sheel-skllis,
1 l.al.Ts Cotton Yams, a to 12,
2o boxes Chewing Tnhanru.
1 box Miukniif Tobacco,
1,-'oi) i niitiiun licar-,
1 kt-|/ Matuboy Snull,
fill pairs Coiiuuoii
Id |.itira I..idles* .Shoes,
1.-r sale in qunntitu •- tn suR pun ha nan by
JiUI.N OfOTE, No« r.ail'strtet,
oi- 11—tt* l-.iiineily *'. uittTiitt.ity Slot.-.
IjV'li. SALE, — Just ri*tt?vt?tl und ttmt*M
low, Jo barrels FLOUR,
5 ken MOLASSES,
10 tiale* l-l SIIIMTINO,
Lot COUNTRY CHEESE,
_i x lii_ 3t CUKISTIAN k LEA
AT PRIVATE SALE,
20,000 ARTIFICIAL TEE ITI,
240 GOLD PENH,
A -mall lot of JEWELRY.
SLAUOHTKIt k CO ,
1 ->'J Mam • Uatsl
A UCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAY.
By Redwood, Phillips ft Co., Auctioneers.
WE WILL IELL ON TCKSDAY
NEXT, the lith ir.stitnt, a Inn i„t „t
HOUSEHOLD unit KITCHEN FURNITURE, ut
our store, No. M M,tin "tret t, consisting uf
Sideboard*, I:. .1 t. id ,
(. h.tirs, Titbit's,
CookiUK Stoves,
MM Stove-s
and a lartce l"t of < l-.thing and other ait. ! .
S.Ue to i.omui. in - :it io o'clock.
Parties wish in | to i ontnbiite t'> thi-* sale arc n
qtMsted to v-n 1 in th'-ir mpod* before 111 o'el,. k
Moiidiiy uioiniiiK
REDWOOD, PHILLIPS .v CO.,
'"' V> Aiiitioiit-rs
By L. II Lock * Co., An-tioneer,
(NoB6 Mnn sti-,.,t.j
WILL SELL ON MONDAY, OCTO
BER 17th, ,t I-, o'dork, t-. do - con ign-
BM lit-, Without llli.it -ri' ■-. i r»,
Wardrobe*, (I. tu .
H.ds Bedsteads,
Carpi ts Hl.t.i,. t .
II eIV-lleld. I lothlllg,
Gold and Hilvei Watches,
Lot ot Crockery,
Cooking ts*- ri -,
Cabinet* and Wash tand -,
sh-es, Boot*, Blankets, TiaTttka,
In tares, an I othei uti.l.s.
l'mtli-t who Wish I Iltlilmte to the -ale Will
please -end then in to-day (Saturday).
I. II LUI 8 a CO., Auitioius-rs.
'»-- Li sij Main street.
i:y timid. ft Williams, Auctioneers.
ONE DINNER SET, ONE TEA SET,
SOME FEW ARTICLES OF PURNITURE,
SOME CARPETS, AND SOME BLANKETS,
HI lUl'lLls, ( OUNTERPANES, NAPKINS, ftc ,
ANDTWOVERY VALUABLE GOLD WATCHES,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiU bo fold at auc
tion' at our till'-., on TUESDAY, the l*th day of
October, .it Wo'rlock A M , the above desirable al
leles and .'ii.- GLAS&WARE GOBLETS,TUM
BLERS, DISHEM,&c. Th.- . are all scarce articles,
an t ol good quality, und ought to ittia-t atti ntion.
Trans: Cash. GRUBRS ft WILLI VMS,
oe 14 Aie taoneers.
By Grabta A; Wilnama, Auctioneers.
rpHE VALUABLE FARM KNOWN
1 AS "Wildli|,AWN," Willi ONE HUN
DRED AND SEVENTY ACRES OF LAND, ON
THE WI.SHIAM ROAD, THREE MILES WE-ST
OF KB HMOND, FOR RENT; AND SALE OF
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE,
HORSES, MILLS, COWS, FARMING UTEN
SILS, ftc, Al AUCTION. By tce.ue.st id the
executor of James C. Spotta, oeceaaed, wi
will rent at public auction, apoa the pre
mises, tot tiiteen mouth?, from Ist October, WA,
t.. Ist January, 1866,—0 a MONDAY, 17th Oc
tober, nl Bi o'clock A. M., the TaluaMe aad beau
tiful Farm lately oa upied by Mrs, Spotts, situated
as above siat.il, within the outer line of fortifica
tions, and accessible by the Grove and Westhum
roads. About one hundred and lii'y acres are
clean 1 and adapted t" the usual t runs and vi gel i
hles. It has also a variety ol fruits ftc. The dwel
ling is ol Imi k, with live rooms besides basement,
halls and 11"-.?-., then arc also two oub i buildings,
with four rot.ms cm h, large barn, corn-crib, sta
bles, ft,.
The dwelling is situated in a fini grove, with in
abundance of good watt i ; :i:?.l the n, ighboihood is
in every respect deaii ible, being free from depreda
tions by the soldiers.
Any one m sear, ii of a really plea? mt b >me,with
good land attached, could not do I 't- r th in ..*!• ti I
on thu day above named, Possession will be given
lit Olit-e.
Immediately alter renting the Farm, w\ will -. i I
the Household and Kitchen Furnitui u.*i.sting
of the usual variety; two Horses, two Mules, foui
Cow-, Carts, Wagons, and Farming Utensils of
every kind. Also, a good Family Carriage, ftc.
Tinas: Rent payable quarterly in advance, For
th.- personal property. i ai b.
ot 13 ORUBBS ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
By Thomas W. Keesee, Au- tioneer,
(Office corner of Twi Ifth and Corf streets.)
1?I ITV CONDEMNED HORSES AND
1 TWENTY-FIVE CONDEMNED MULES
FOR SALE AT AUCTION Will he said on FRI-
IiAY.iM'-Ih -'Ist, nt IO o'clock, at the Confede
rate Stat.-- Lot, Buton's Quarter Branch- -
50 CONDEMNED HORSES,
25 do. MULES,
Bj i I-rof R. P. Alii HER,
Major and Quarto inii'-t.-r
Tu.iM 1- W. Kiv-ii, Auctioneer. oe I >
By Hill, Dickinson ft Co , Au- bow • rs.
C COMMISSIONBUS' SALE OF NE
/ (ilioi-.s. The undersigned, in pursuance ol 1
I ree if the Cuunty Court ol Hanover, rendered in
the suit >■! (i' --. '..ili-t II im-, an , will | Ito
s.-U, :it the ai. ii.ai house of Hill, t'c kinson k < 0.,
in the city ol Richmond, on WEDNESDAY, the
I'nh -.I October, three hkely NEGROES, via: One
WOMAN, one BOY, and one GIRL.
'lIKM- : ( .1 h.
H <ii ROSS, I .
WILLIAM l: vnmJCoaunisaonew.
se 2\) -•J.iv.Us
By E. B. Cook, Auctioneer.
lARGE AND IMPORTANT SALE OF
a ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
DOLLARS WORTH OF HANDSOME FURNI
TURE, AT THE BALLARD HOUSE, AT PUB
LIC AUCTION, TO BE MADE BY fill PRO
PRIETORS FOR AND ON AtXOUNT OF WIK.M
Id MAY CON( I.UN. In i-onse-uience of the Bal-
I ,1 1 House not tn-m..- re-opened by new proprietors,
as was intended, th, FURNITURE bought by ueh
parties with thiit object, also that l-oughl by all
..ii,.a par... who have not comphed with the terms
..* thi sde announced, we -h .il | 1 ■■•,- dto re- ell thi
VERY LARGE AND VALUABLE COLLEI IION
ci 1 URNI 1 ii.i-:. ft, ,
so left uncalled for, bc-anuing on MONDAY, the
loth day ol O!■ !•• r, Ifcffl, it Blot loi k. i-olitinuiltH
the sal,'. ~ h day at the same hour. Mv hoi thi
stock 1 ot ti.- very h- -t with which the hou ews
lorin Ik I, and is well worth) the attention ol all
who need foi their own v ;ot widitomaki a proUt
able investment. Then uri many elegant chambei
suites ol
Rose* land Mahogany Furniture,
Rosewood .nd Mahogany Wai liobes,
H" -wo 1 and Mahogany Id hteads,
I Cottage Bed b ads,
1 Rosewood md Mahogany! itunets, maible-tops,
li"-i wood an 1 Mah ..• my Washstands, marble
tops.
Rosewood and Mahogany Parloi and Cane
Chairs,
Splendid Bru.- ■?• 1- Carpets,
Elegant Toil, I 1 hambi, St ts.
Very supi rior Haii and shut k Mattri ms •>,
Feather Bolstt 1- and Billows,
Counterpane:, Blankets, si.,-ts,
li-.! t- rand PUlowShps,
Mahogany, Extension, Dining and Centre Ta
bli -,
Plated Castors, 1 orks and Spot 1. -,
Chafing lii-h. -, Hinii. r Knives.
ALSO,
All UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE w.i! be -old to pay
charges J. C. TALIAFERRO ft » <>,'
E B. Cook, Auctioneer. Proprietors.
N. B -The BAR-ROOM FIXTURES are offered
for sale privately until the day of sale
l-'oi terms, apply to the PROPRIETORS,
PosTPOKUfEST On at • ■ Hint of Hh pn *nt situ . -
tion of public uit.-ri ; -, the above sale is postponed
for a few days. Due noti c will be given ol tho sale
tothe public. J. C, TALIAFERRO \: »(» ,
oc 7 Pr, prietors.
NOTI V. K. -ST EA M SAW MIL]..
(.1:1-1 MILL, WAGONS, GEARS, LUM
BER AND VEGETABLES FOR SALE AT AUC
TION. -To be toklatpublii auction, oa my prc
ii:i-.i s, one mil. from Drewry's Bluff, in Cliestern. 11
county, on BATURDAY, Octobi 1 22, at li o'clock, a
Steam Saw Mill, sutteen-hora power, in good run
ning order, with two saw* ittae-hed , iil--t, it lill-t
Mill, three Wagons, Gears, I.t of onc-inrhOuk
LUnk. .sea oned , and itol --I Vegetabka Utah Po
tatoes, Cabb i-'- s aad Turnips.
Teens: ( ~-h. R. A WILLIS,
oe ll -eod4tftdtd«
Nin ilir nu ni nt, 1
Ovrua Si-K.i.ii. HiKvitK, J
!fl( itmonli, Vi, S, j'temU-r IH, MM. )
Vro'i'lCK. From und after MONDAY
l__\ NEXT, th.- KM* instant, the STEAMER
Sf'HR.M'NKL will leave th-- wharf at Eorketta for
the JAMES RIVER SQUADRON daily .«t ; o'clock
A. M. aad I o'clock i M , tout king at all the prrin
- 1;. ii l.iinliiigooii thu river.
JOUM II I'AKKKR,
s. Jtt I I Lieut. BftUt in 1 h itjce.
i.IOU SALE
1 Al. »■ buadred *.-mi. 1, BELMONT -I'LBM
1 A NULLS,
J Iv.ll I. .-lies* LINK LINEN UAM'KtH
t II ILLS,
lv dosen WORSTED SKIRT Bit \Il»
I. POWERS,
CorinT Nineteenth anil Veit.tl.lt streets.
", |»- .U*
LOBSTER,
1 SAC SAO E MEAT,
TURKEY,
tint KEN.
OYVTKRB, *■ ■
in etuis, ltt-t let-iv. d aad for sal.- ly
1. YllißY,
No i Tweltth t-treet, 11 tw. en
or II (>t» M.Oll und ( «r>
I3INE OREEN TEA,
1 STEARINS'CANDLES,
Dl KHAM Mt'nTAUD,
riABDIMKS,
LNOLISH I'll KI.LS, it, ,
lust received and fat s.tle ~t I. V KUHY'S,
No. 5 twelfth Tstleel, l.« tWnll
oc 11 - lit* Mtuu and I ary.
MAl'ltE SUGAR!
MAI'LESUUAB?
Just received aud for »ale, two buitdu-d
pounds No. I MAPLE MCOAR, by
F. DE LARUE, Confectioner,
Comer of Broad and Sixth street*.
AUCTION SALES
... THIH DAY "*■
ByThoman W K-. .., A -, -.„,/. , ~"
(««. t- corner of Twelfth and Cry ..„'.,. ,
IIOI'SKS, MULES. A\|M - A R,.,., _
II AND IfAHYf.ss K.iu HALF AT ail?
ni.\-w,iib.„winiH s..«, U i;' V,U,I;
-').tol,r I ,lb. .oi„inei,.,i,g _\ 10 ,i,. „ n ,
Chamber Hill, *' '•' ' ; ' -
S-v.i il f.,„ »f„ ea,
S- rami line Hub «,
Om Pathagi in-I Hut. -.-,
One Car*.
__ •' Tll'tMisw k, [>ir A .
By Redwood, l'hilii;., fiGrj , A , ti ,
\\ r V. WILL SELL AT Till' FIORfIF
yy LOT mis .«...„.,.. RokSixn
ral HORSE*, Ml i.i », « '
REDWOOD, PHILLIP* | , ~
all Vu.ii-1. '
A7;.IA AWjn 7 • . i / .
HLEOANT COTTAUE Xl SIIH \
I j whiiIEVKHI nkii \r\ ~; . | |- rj
»NG I'm -in-n ii ii. it t vi:i:*i «i--
I I VBLISHMI XT. WITH rWENT\ \.',
I.AMi, WITHIN ONE Mil.l -~ ;-■
NORTH CAROLINA, FOB • \l.ili.:.
We ..tl.r f-r .s.,ie tl,.- I .... i. rib. I
be the I- -*-,n mgedpla • t „ ■ ut ni
tort in that aeighborhoud. Th, I vii Ii .
n.-w. Ih ■ t.iim buil 1u,.-. ■i. .• •
in ,ts iii.i-ii-. mi. at, tw, aty by fori
..I two-inch i-l ink; al->, a «h, I, c.>.-.
feet; a ral-jaoot , ~, ~-)„,,, ■„■ , , •-.. .
h-iu■• . kit hen, uton •hou*. a, v.
may !»• '-un hated a port* a a :: i .
Stock.
Price l-i Ike land, 93,000 in * ' i , ~
lent in Confederate mom ;, I'
mcdutclv
ORUBBS ft WILLI \Ms \, • .
iti-n-ii ~ .
4 CO INI i:V liKSiUKN. I i
I\ BALE A -a::t-it .ile im mv-, ,
Pi.Ni 1., containing Hn i
--tit-i.tiil-iti .- . fifty to ■a. Uui i
iitt.ti I- d. within . ,-i-h;- r ul ,
Courthouse. For particulars >;•..■
"J.s. |i," Pahnyra, Fluvanna, l irguiu
m-i Stawt*
MISSISSIPPI LANDS nil; s\i i
ONE I linls \Mi I Wn pi
NINETY-EIOH'I ACRES OI i wi. !-. ||
MINGO AND ITTAWAMBA ml Mil
BALE I 1(1 VVII IA Wi at. , • I.AXIih
located iis abovi ; th< . sn very I
and iin- near the Mul ile m I Ol , ,
ii nvement to a uumb. i . i ■ ~. n
not c ;!„ «• v ha net I-. ■• it im uli-d by tl Val
These land- are g I and ver) 1.- i
afford a tin.- ... portunitj foi mv, tmi-nt Tl ,
in •1- money t-> met t fun t,- •
ia., -rill ...;, it the lon pi-id Ii Ui vi*, |
I.AKs PER \i RE, ■. i. . -.- f. ■■ dUd
1-t „.. priii s. Apply to
Ulll'llllH \ W II.LI \Mi
oe it -It
FOR RENT IT Alt /'/ -\
17-OR i;I.N 1 VT '.'- ii li ■•-.
1 LARD HOUSE, I Wil il VNI
DF.NCES AND A 1.A1a.!
rented at publl iuct
TUBDAY, tht Isth ot th -tol ' •
the BALLARD HOUSE, coin
10 111 . 11l . -..', -
ing t I ii.-.- 1,..-. I, the I
abridgt -l I i- nt)
in an. dinina i ■ nu, kit. hi v, 11
app< 1111 i.t- .-.; ul lie ■
Als,,, two hand -o mi \■,
fruntu n ■ n H i street, ai
and ten room i, in good i pair,
llxtm s.
Al .. a i -I -I 1: 11 X -l * '
Ii inklin ti- -1. in I att.i.bed I
The rt nting will ■■•■ foi
11 i--.i . Bon !. ■ ii; -■■■'■
pay th. rent monthly.
This property in so well ud
a lvi thi t t- • uption i- ib ■--.- I
I will be at the hob I dad) i to I
will take I'i. -isiii.- ~. bun uk tl,
wishina t-- examine tin in 1. P .BALI
It- nting - ouduct, i by M
II ms, Auctioneel -. .
l'.isi~i iiii i To f'.rt. !: i I.
», ripti -n -1 "li" | '• r- rty to 1 i il I
would -date that the II- ?• i i ■:.' un
. oni| I, h ordei, n lilt -. is md ■■.•;,-:
tinm fumi hi 1 with --. ul
.tund.i , - hali-l il. ! ■ HII l . • !
the - utire hai . Al- ■, ■:. tl kit. I i
i ii..'. and Hxttirts, coinpriM
sail foi tin mmi- ll.itt
The two dwell i: frnlll II I in-, t, v,
].in ib -.•-■ ol - ntrail •■ on I'ritiikln
the i. t,l I uh i tht mi ?
I.miilt, or sev, i i -in ,;. fiiiiiih
; i iigi - . r foi .-■ ntli in-1.
I ! . ? ible - ii I i ii klili
thirtj burst -. ti. Ii ■ tin uu-st
!.. Nt "I th. kin.liv thi . il,
W, i-It |- iin- ulur utti-i
it lv, M--h. i ran oppoitumU to |» i* i
t . . rub uk in hoi ; I, • ; >~.
of tt put iii li - - - iti to n,
md whi, b : - in.- nu iii- I by
• ompleti!.- -of il mime, nn nt-t
ot ll GRUBBS \ Wll.l IAMS, .-. I
EDUCA TIONAL
IPKOPOSE OPENINU \ si
I uli i IIILDRI X, t ■
Not. „.l„ r iv it, to tench tl
bran l.- - Koi '■■ i:. .-i | ll
tnd I i inklin -ti---1-1--
Mi- li:
Re* ,to Dr. F. II Ii nu v.-l I
''• 111 -'' ; ' '•'" , " \- "- ;
... .
1.VM.1.1511, CLASSICAL VNH
4 111 l M \ I'll \l. Ht Hnnl. \ t
I upila -.tii! I- Imitti 1 into cla-s-i
-.ii iv.li.< ilntti
to llie at III) ■ lit ,1-1
WILLIAM i l-i.I 11-
_ • 15 I • *
MISS ALU !. V sKINM I;
SCHOOL for a I
I .I- .i, thfl lli ill- N 1 ll i-i "• ifi.i ,
Foi t- nu ~'.-.:•
it i;i\ ie thi . i
.Bl ; -. i M v '
SCHOOL I'i'H "i Ni. I
lie txerel-i I Ul -' HOOI - -
th. I IRST MONDAY ■ 0 I
limit
I'-.; Id.'!-! EllKli !■••-
-- i Pmuu-y, ih Idii ii uu : .
La Luii-rua -■ . ■ i.
Ilu I ?,
I r luitht r piiti .
! i ll l - to I I -.. .'. i. . t
M l, : '
I - 6t« .. \ . i ,
RUNA ll I VS.
rp\VO EIUNI>RKU l»"i ! I
I WARD li.i: -.
mj ■ i rant man, .UM II . »il
11 in fort's, near Fi l-ut 1
I.n- d i.m.- If out an ali - ..
naai th- < i«» H,
f- et hi.-1.. thin m- ..-
I wail Ia) lie .i.e., i. -s .i ' ■
I 11 Mil I
IS It ' I :!..?!, .
/ INK 111 SDKLII DOLI tl
\ | WARD -till t- ) , i i
in bum on Sum! ... •■
o| tw< l.t . ,' I. ..
ta tt. . idor, bl ti k , In? i •
1.- b!■i, in ■ uc 11 if WILLI -M -: It
i kNK II I N ll R i:H I--1 I VUS i
If WARD ii tt. tw .
Woaaan, Hl.llll v
d.nk - otnplexiou , -
proportjou. She it -
ii.' -t.l I wail give •'
to JOHN A. UKK>
oe 11 -J >\M! ! I '•■
rpWO II 1 N DKKD IMILI U;> ■
I WARD II .it tw .s i
\. nth, I ■ **a< i. ( i iy -n, 1 I. igh
turday evening, mi U ..i- »•-.-:. 1 -' I* '■
\. v ci i. al out i: c feet fou
st-.ut , has \. iy til '. ;i. , .
color I will !■.> ti.- .! ... A.i 11
will . I.Uit i h-i lo tm
w IJ nt* > \ '•>''* •'
rjpHHEK iiiM'tJ-.n ui.i.i \i - ;
I WARD l<-n i
iii-uiit.vu BOY.ABMI-4TE U>,
Years, 1,1.i, k, In. I-.'. Dint
lis . -ne ..th -. ti it. vi Ii >'-■ I) ou :<■ ■
We will pi?, th.- .1 t- reward 1 i
an.! tleliv.i) t- -an t, ..•- I.- \ Bon
moiiJ, or wcund *»o. tt git aim.
I I; RICK,*.
Hl>ta W. M l-i I- I' '
\ OENERAL MKI.HNO Ol >H>
STOCKHOLDERS I th. lun I.
t*Cur-u*anj mil l- 1-1» '» -~ '
iu.»rle etillitv, .:, 'HO BSI»AY, " -"" '
Matt, tt U •• l-k A M 11. a I
will be Iraaaarlril. and t lull atun
out-Ttted. By otutl ol th-- I* tiiU.l 1- -
H lIUaIJM V Minnas.
mi it) Utmltt* tts ? ■
If OR SAI.K, i vet) lik,t> BUM X M \ N
1 tw.lltvltl' l ' twel.t) :v \ U
,-taKtK.t 111 ill hut I. ltl.lv he h*U 't : - '**'".
tbe.iUl-eI.U-.'s ti.td. , hit Wtwfa t ll '* ' . l \ ,V "'"
lour ye.ir-.. Ai-pty -I t AKV si ut.lt I ".•'
ov I*l ***___ . -
\T UEUVCEO CIIAROKS.
A aUKI SiTUKH. ton i IwlLl'Ht ■> -"
G*iublc*» HiU, comer of Fourth *oA Bvid i«r**i t
SatuftKtvry rvf ■**M#»lal *li k

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