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MONDAY......... JULY 23, 1866.
The Foreign News.
The latest European news given this
morning under the telegraphic head pre
sents little change In the military situa
tion of the continent. Prussia had pro
posed a basis so strong on her side that the
French Emperor transmitted it to the Kus
sian and British Governments. The Em
peror's basis, on the other hand, leaves an
opening or two for France. It la perhaps
a little plainer that there must l>e inter
vent ion of the leading Powers; but with
the examples of war fresh before them, it
is likely that they will strive earnestly for
peaceful solution of affairs. The organ ol ;
the Russian Government is rej>orted to ,
have hinted to Prussia that there are other j
Powers, strong and united, interested in !
maintaining the balance of j>owcr.
Thad. Stevens's Last Move.
The latest movo of Mr. Thad. Steven*
to empower the President of the Senate
pro tnn. and the Speaker of the House of
Representatives to assemble Congress
when they shall think fit, was another of
the violent schemes by which the extreme
Radicals have been endeavoring to place
themselves independent of all form and
authority, that they may retain power in
spite of the ]>opMlar will of the nation,
llis resolution ran thus:
"Resolved (the Senate concurring),
That when Congress adjourns, it will ad
journ to meet again on Saturday, the 1st
day of December, except sooner sum
moned by the presiding officers of both
Houses, which power, in case of emer
gency, is herewith granted to them."
Well might Mr. Speaker Colfax say
that it 44 conferred additional powers w hich
might prove to be of great cousequence.''
The resolution plainly looks to a violent
and revolutionary condition of things?in
short, civil war ! f
But even the great leadeV of the Radi
cals cannot bring all of his followers to the
logical conclusions of their reckless policy.
His resolution was rejected, as announced
in the telegraph message of Saturday, 4*
to 73.
Admission of Tennessee.
The admission of Tennessee to repre
sentation in Congress is a measure of right
meted out for a wrong motive and to
those who are elected by gross wrong and
outrage of the people of Tennessee. The
Congress admits Tennessee because Go
vernor Browni.ow telegraphs that his
Legislature had adopted the constitutional
amendment. In the short debate which,
bv favor of the majority, was allowed in
the House before voting on the measure,
Mr. Boitwki.L, of Massachusetts, ultra
Radical, who opposed it earnestly, asserted
that the action of Tennessee was in some
respects informal; hut he said this "i nfor
44 mality would be controlled by the cer
tificate as to what the Legislature had
44 done." What is this informality ? Why,
simply that there was no quorum voting
upon the question of the wloption of th>
constitutional amendment. And how is this
fact to be done away with by certifi
cate ? It is asserted that there were fifty -
sir members present in the Tennessee
House of Representatives, which is a
quorum ; but the Constitution requires that
the quorum must be shown by the votes.
No other quorum can be lawfully recog
nized, and none other will sutlice in a de
cision in a court of justice. And as only
fifty-four voted, of course there was in
law no quorum present.
The fact was that two of the members
were present by force, and were so de
tained in custody; but they would not
vote. Their conduct may be regarded as
refractory; but they were in the midst of
violeuce, and were then looking upon a
great outrage. Such was the character of
this outrage, that a quorum of tho Legis
lature could not be induced by appeal or
menace to tako part in it; and yet that
Legislature was elected by a minority of
the voters of the State?those few who
could take the hated test oath. Repre
sentatives so elected, it may be naturally
supposed, would go a long way with Radi.
calism in its tyranny towards rebels; but
even they could not help to perpetrate
that injustice which Browklow was in
such haste to inflict, and would not come
at his bidding, nor iu terror of his insolent
denuueiations and threats.
This 44 little informality "?as it is styled
by the Radicals?of no quorum voting, se
cures to the State of Tennessee her repre
sentatives in Congress. That cannot easily
be undone, and is a very different matter
from the thing that is not done at all, viz:
The adoption of the amendment, by Ten
nessee ; for that is really not done, and
may be repudiated at any moment. It
was in this view that Conservatives aud
Democrats voted for the admission of
Tennessee. By-and-by we shall see a
change of affairs in that State, and it is
altogether probable that the will and opi.
nions of the people of Tennessee, in their
majesty, may be made to speak through i
this representation, conferred for a bad j
motive upon persons wrongly elected by a ;
minority of the people of the State! So that :
it is likclv, as is often the case, that out of i
"' w
an intended outrage by those without scru
ple aud without honor, good instead of;
evil is made to flow. Tuad. Stevens, we
suspect, feared something of this sort. He 1
certainly was unwilling to give up his idea j
that none but tho northern States should
be called on to vote upon the amendment j
to the Constitution; and therefore he at,
first opposed the motion to admit Tennes- .
see simply because she bad adopted that
amendment. But Tuad., with all his bit- j
tcrncss and imperiousncss, caved in and
voted for the admission of the State on
Friday. Thad. is evidently under the,
weather. Ho would not have succumbed
thus at the beginning of the session.
Mr. Boitwell, in his opposition to the
resolution of admission, called attention to !
the fact, that by the fraudulent Browklow
Constitution more than half of the white
male population of the State were disfran
chised. Ue added that eighty thousand
colored males were also excluded, and
while his sympathy with these last was the
main cause of his opposition to the admis
sion of Tennessee, under a momentary
sympathy of a fellow feeling for the poor
whites that were excluded, he let out the
fact and declared that Tennessee was with-,
out a republican form of government f A
truth which none can dispute* It i# the
annihilation of the voice of the people in
their majesty of which we now complain,
and which will amaze posterity. It Is the
placing of the neutrals and Incompetent*?
the wretches who would tight on neither
side, and who were indeed tf ue to neither?
to control the manly, sincere, and honest
part of the community which composes?
thank God t?ita great body. Far better
wonld it be that the country should be kept
under the authority of th? military power.
Far more just, far more agreeable to the
people would be the military occupation
and the dispensation of justice by military
judges.
But we see this ennuot last. In the
South, even these neutrals and non.com.
batants of the war are shocked at the out.
rages proj>oscd by the Radicals?are horri
fied at the idea of establishing an equality
of races ; and, as iu Tennessee, they recoil
affrighted at tho atrocities they are asked
to perpetrate.
The revolution?for such it is?moves
?teadily onward. Justice will be done, and
the villains will be punished according to
the immutable justice of Providence,
which has in all recorded ages impressed
its law upon the human mind, reflected it
through the plans and plots of the dramatic
muse, and illustrated it in the history of
nations.
After all, the result of the introduction
' of Tennessee into Congress is no great
gain to Radicalism. The following is a
| statement of tho political complexion of
! the Tennessee delegation :
| 44 In the Senate, Mr. David T. Patterson,
I son-in-law of Andrew .Johnson, may be
classed with the Conservatives, llis term
? expires in 18G9. Mr. J. S. Fowler, whose
j term ends in 1871, is known as a strong
' Radical. In the House, the representatives
1 elected as Unionists are Nathaniel E. Tay
lor, Horace Maynard, William B. Stokes,
S. M. Arnell, aud Isaac R. Hawkins. The
Democrats are Eduiund Cooper, William
B. Campbell, and John W. Leftwich."
| In connection with the events alluded to
| in this article, we may state that we learn
that on the 20th, the day after the vote an
I the amendment, Judge FiuziKKhad caused
the two members held as prisoners in the
House by Brownlow's satellites to be
released. He had also caused thesergeant.
at-arms of the House to bo arrested, we
conjecture, upon the accusation of false
imprisonment and detention,
j The Radicals have not yet had the last
of Tennessee. The device to enslave her
, is one of those troublesome ones that re
turn after a time to plague the inventors.
N. It.?It will be seeu that the act ad.
' mitting Tennessee was not accomplished
| on Saturday. The Senate is a little
i squeamish, and chose to amend the prc
; amblo of tho resolution. S<> it goes back
i to the House.
Bmwnlow's Message.
There has been a most unwarrantable
lit?crty taken with Brown low's message
announcing the passage of the constitu
tional amendment by the Tennessee I.e.
? gislature. It is asserted by persons enti
| tied to credit that he sent his compliments
to the 44 dead dog at the White House,"
but it is published as having been written
thus: 44 My compliments to the President."
Now, this is not at all Brown Low's style;
and iu sending a communication to Wash.
I ington there was no reason for departing
| from the stylo lie usually employs. The
! bitter denunciations of the President in
1 the Congress, and that blackguardism
l which has been declared sacred from cen
sure or resentment by the course pursued
! towards Mr. Rousseau, and the laying the
I resolution censuring the vituperative Grin
xkli. on the table, plainly informs Browx
! low that his style is allowable?just suited
j to the times?pithy, sententious, terse, and
: happy. We cannot understand how it is
'that the message was altered. It was an
outrago on Brownlow to change it. The
| original was fitting for the author, was in
j keeping with the times, and fashionable in
? Congress circles. So let it be 14 My re
spects to the Dead Doj at the White Hou.se."
i It is just to Forney to state that he was
! controlled by no such wayward delicacy
as led to the alteration of Bhowxlow's
' message. Brownlow, in his ecstacy,
distributed his telegrams freely, and could
not of course forget Forney, who, iu jus
tice to his 4,Fra Diavolo " of Tennessee,
spread it in full,44 dead dog," and all in the
; papers.
West Virginia.
The whole vote cast in West Virginia
lpon tho restriction of the right of suf
ragc to those who could take the test oath
vas about thirty.eight thousand. The tua
ority was only about seven thousaud for
he restriction. There were at least thir
y-cight thousand voters excluded from the
ight to vote on this question. So that, had
he wholo of the male population voted on
he question, the registry wonld have been
ejected by an immense majority. But
he brutal party in power had no idea of
osing their authority by any such folly as
mrmitting the people to vote. Possibly
vhen the courts decide their registry and
heir test oath unconstitutional they will
>e a little more liberal.
Military Courtesies.
Geueral Sherman, in hi3 address to the
studeuts at Dartmouth College, paid Gene
ral Grant quite a compliment. lie invited
the attention of his audience to that dis
tinguished officer thus: " Such men as
"General Grant?a modest, plain, bold,
"brave, unflinching gentleman, with the
"simple idea to do what is right, and
"whom nothing, nothing can turn aside."
He went on to speak of others: first,
General Thomas, of whom ho said: "A
"more modest man exists not on earth.
" Even if he were present here, I conld
" not begin to get him to stand up here."
That is, in presence of tho assemblage of
students, professors, and others. Well,
General Thomas may be in some sort
modest, but lie has tho boldest way ima
ginablo of showing his modesty now and
then. His utter disregard of the Consti
tution and laws, and of the liberty of the
citizen, from his closing the churches in
Alabama to his last act of proposing to use
the army of the United States to compal
members of the Tennessee Legislature to
obey the orders of the detestable Brown
low, pretty plainly show that bis modesty
does not run in the line of being ashamed
to do a tyrannical act or commit an
outrago upon a community. His modesty
is inverted. If he could be too modest
to set up bis judgment above law and jus
tice, and were not too modest to hold up
his head io Dartmouth College, he would
be all the better?this General Thomas. He
was born in Southampton county, but we
see no cause for the old county to be proud
of that. At least, she may bear her honors
Mill ?''?? TUtuo Ckncrnia?nt?iS t
?w?H. to l.or wn-owiflrty.
u General lawtius raipod others, ln
cludlntt Gcnortl Mead,, of whom lie merely
mM that bo was 41 an accomplished scho-.
lar." The reader cannot help drawing the
inference that his eulogist thinks he would
grace a professor's chair better than tho
army. General Sherman talks cleverly i
and dispenses his compliments evylenth ;
from an elevation, patronizingly. We shall
yet hear mare talk from our generals. This
is their age. .
Greeley CaCght Nappino. Not know
ina that ChaXST, the negro murderer, was
hung by order of General Twnr, Gkeei "?
calls for an investigation of the matter,
lie evidently thinks the rebels have be? "
guilty of a great crime in thus disposing 01
one of his colored friends.
Washington College?Appointment of
A Professor of Moral PHiLoaopHY.-At
the meeting of the Board of Trustees held
on Tuesday last, Mr. John L. Kirkpat
rick, of Georgia, was elected to the Chan
of Moral Philosophy.
Professor KiRKPatrick is a nephew oi
the late Kov. John Kirkpatrick, of Cum
berland county, VaM and is a graduate of
llampden Sidney College, and of the L nion
Theological Seminary in Prince Edward
county, Va. He was licensed as a minis
ter by the East Hanover Presbytery in
1837, and was soon called to the pastoral
care of the Second Presbyterian Church in
this city. Ho discharged the onerous
duties of his position faithfully ami use
fully until 1841, when he accepted a call
to the church ut Gainesville, Ala., where
lie labored with great fidelity for a num
ber of years. He was then called to one
of the churches in Charleston, S. C., and
about four years later he was elected to
the presidency of Davidson College, ^orth
Carolina. Professor Kirkpatrick isaman
of distinguished talent and great energy and
zeal, and we congratulate the Trustees
upon the selection which they ha\o made.
The lndrs calls for a Convention in the
Petersburg Congressional distriet to ap
point delegates to Philadelphia, and names
the lutli day of August for its assemblage,
because this will give an opportunity for
every county in the district, except three,
to hold primary meetings on a court day,
and appoint delegates.
It may be objected, adds the lmb that
if this plan should fail, and the joint com
mittee deferring to it should neglect or
refuse to appoint delegates for this district,
we might be without representation at
Philadelphia. To avoid this, all that i?
necessary is lor the joint committee to
appoint conditional d*hwho will 1"'
authorized to act only on the failure ol ap
pointment by a popular convention. Tliis
is just what the joint committee propose
to do in all such cases.
As to the kind of delegates that should
ie selected, the Index says:
"On the one hand, we should send no
mpraeticable man, no man with crotchets,
villi pet theories to advance ; and on the
>thcr, we should send no trimmers, reads
o say and do anything to be agreeable.
"On the one hand, we should send no
nan whose recommendation is that he had
io svmpathy with the Southern people in
he "late war; and on the other, we should
ivoid sending men so obnoxious, from their
[irominent connection with the cause ol
secession, as to compromise the cordiality
?1" their greeting, or prejudice their use
fulness."
The Lawyers' Test Oath in West Vir
iinia.?The Court of Appeals still has
his case under consideration, but have
lirected that attorneys practicing in that
:ourt prior to 1 SOI shall be permitted to
sontinue to practice therein until the case
ihull have been decided.
Jam us Nkkson, Esq.?We notice that at
a meeting in Richmond to send delegates
to the Philadelphia Convention, Jim Nee
son, formerly of Fairmont, figured a-* a
speaker. He was anxious to see delegates
sent to Philadelphia, and would even go
himself, as we infer, rather than Virginia
should be unrepresented. "Now," said he,
" is the grand contest between Conservatism
and Radicalism, Constitutionality and Im
perialism, and every man in Virginia must
be profoundly interested in the struggle."
It seems to us that we have read much
the same sort of language from Mr. Nee
son in a manuscript letter of his dated
March 1G, 186J, and directed to U. N.
Arnett, Esq., of Fairmont, now in our pos
session. The contest then (in arms) was
going on, according to the same author,
"between Conservatism and Radicalism,
Constitutionality and Imperialism," and it
seems that it is not yet ended, but only
transferred to a new theatre of action. lii
the letter alluded to, Mr. Neesou spoke of
tho tyrants (his friend Peir'point, under
whom he now lives, being their chief.)
whom lie and others would hold in remem
brance for the day of retribution, when
they should return as victors to West Vir
ginia. Put they never returned. "Conser
vatism," unfortunately, came out second
best in the eontest4of that day, very much,
we fear, as it is bound to, clear through to
the end of the contest. The people of this
country understand about what such men
as Neeson mean by " conservatism," arid
they are prepared and determined to eon.
i tinue the contest with it until the second
' Appomattox Courthouse is reached.?
j Wheeling Intelligencer.
This is an unblushing confession of a
I man who seems to have singular ideas of
gentility and honor. He has in his posses
sion a private letter sent by one gentleman
to another, which of course was stolen en
i route, and has never been delivered.
A correspondent says: " 1 have au
thority for stating that at the Philadelphia
Convention, on its organizing, a resolution
will be olfered 'that no one shall be ad
mitted as a delegate who may have borne
arms against tho Government,' and that
James Brooks and Fernando Wood expect
to commit the New York delegation against
the resolution."?Chronicle.
Montgomery Blair, in his recent speech
at Reading, said "there was not a thief in
the United States who was not a radical."
Forney objects.
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on Clay atreet, between Ninth and Tenth street*. ,
THIS (Monday) EVENING, July i3d, atM3
o'clock. By order of
KO, C. BARKSDALE, President. ,
O. W. Jameh, Secretary. Je33?li?
pOLTING CLOTHS.?We are in re
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R. A. Prtiue, L. D. Crenshaw, W. K. Quarles,
Wm. H. Lyons, Jr., R. E. Blanker.*
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W. A. Spott, Moses Ellyson, J. B. Winston,
j A. L. Ellett, Jus. W. Archer, A. A. Hutchin
1 R. T. Taylor, J. Rosenbautn, son,
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/1LKBI: FARM.?FOR SALE, THK
VJ BEAl'TlFt'l. AND WELL-SITUATED I'AK.M
CALLED " GLEBE," 'ONTAiNING THREE HUN
DRED AND EIGHTY-THREE AND ONE-HaLF
ACRES, ON 111E RICHMOND AND DANVILLE
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THK DWELLING OF THK FARM STANDING AT
A Gl'ARTKR OF A .MILE FROM THE DEPOT oF
A31 ELI A COUNTY COURT-HoUsE.-At the re*
quest of Mr. Alfred Paul, French Consul in thi- i
city, we offer for sale his beautiful and stylish |
country-seat called "GLEBE," l?icat?-d as above,
containing three hundred and eighty-three and
one-half acres, of which about two hundred and
seven acres are open and cultivated land, and Un
balance in wood ami timber (oak). The land has
been greatly improved. It produces well, as the
present crops will show. Alt the roads, as well as
the inside and outside fences, have been lately put
in perfect order. Three line springs and two ice
ponds belong io the fa-ni. Close by the house there
is a young orchard with about one thousand fruit
trees, especially peach tree", and a large garden.
The buildings are very numerous: The main
dwelling containing seven rooms, of which four
are very large, with tin? halls tip stairs and down
stairr, and two spaclon* porches front and back ;
has been thoroughly repaired this season, newly
painted inside and outside, painted on the roof
with tire-proof paint, papered all over, and lm-'
Jiroved after the European sty!? ; the overseer *
louse, near the -naln building, hut independent of
it. containing Ave large rooms ; tive h,?rn? ; two
stables, one for the farm horses and the other for
carriage and saddle horse*; a carriage-house; a
separate kitchen ; a unnke-linuse : an ice-hnn-e ; i
a wash-bouse, and every character of building j
Usually found on tlrst-cla** real estate?are fnu
teen In number, ail repaired, painted, or white
washed recently. They ere showing, on the pre- !
mises, the result of u comple'e renovation. The
bouses in and around the yard are in communica
tion with each other by boarded walks. The Dan- '
ville cars run through the farm, and pass within
three hundred yards of the grove shading the main
house, from the rooms of which the trains can be
seen. Amelia Courthouse, where are the railroad
depot, a telegraph office, and a post-ollice, is dis
taut only a quarter of a rnile from the dwelling.
For a country retreat, or the permanent residence
of a faintly," the place possesses unusual attrac- ,
tions. The appearance of it from the railroad is
beautiful and striking.
As the owner is inclined to sell bv reason of his
return to France, with the prospect .'unexpected be
fore, of uot coming back, he will offer great in
ducements. and would sell on easy terms, giving
time for payments. He would take stocks and
bonds at market rates, or exchange tor good real
estate in or near Richmond. If desired, he will
SveearljUpossesaion. and will sell with the farm all
e GROWING CROPS, including thetobaccocrop ;
the stn,k of HORSES. MULES, HOGS, CATTLE,
POULTRY, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, arid ev-n,
at the option of the purchaser, all or a part of his
handsome and exceedingly stylish FURNITURE,
CHINA, CROCKERY, rich CARPETS, Lc? all of
the best quality, of the most refined taste and re
plete with luxury. Several elegant CARRIAGES
and BUGGIESara to be disposed ot. The WINES '
and LltH'ORS can be had also.
One can leave Richmond at 7 o clock, A. M.,
roach AmeliaCourthonse at and return at 2) P.
M , to be back in the city at S o'clock, thus having
live hours to spend at the farm, in going and com
ing back the same day.
For further particulars apply to us. A fine map
of the farm can be seen at our otttci:.
Jy 23?At HARBISON, GODD1N A API'ERSoN.
WE ARE IN RECEIPT OF A SUP
PLY OF TWINE, such as is used bv tobac
conists for tying samples. It Is pliant, does not
slip, and is a good deal leas In pries than most of
the Twine used for that purpose. _
Jy 23?2w JOHN A ALBERT BLAIR.
FOR RENT. ,,
tlmVr ukntTa very'denikable
Jt FAMILY RISfDKXUR. slttaled on tfc?
north ?i.|? of Broad, between Twenty-fourth'
and Tw>>nty-flftbstrei-ta, containing nix good.
room* and" ??veril cloiat*; also, a good kitchen,
niui wood house, and well in the yard. Pos?<-*
sion csu be had Rt once. Apply to
K. D. EACHO, K?rI Estate Agent.
Fourteenth street, between Main and Franklin.
Jy jj . J ~ . '
JV~)R RENT, tho STOREHOUSE HJi
Franklin street, second door above the hd
Ballard Hotel.
Possession iflT'-n on 2''th instant. Apply to.
J. G. h.XEL.SON, Agent,
Jy 21?St next door.
,^OK RENT. A NMALL TENE
MENT on Third street one door from
I tiie corner of Canal street. Apply at WOOD'S
I PHARMACY, Fifth and Marshall streets.
Jy *>-?
PJOR RENT, thnt LARGE, COMMO
DIOI78, and PLEASANTLY LOCATED
F
j DWKLLlSli, (containing twelve room*,) No.
I Main, between Third and Fourth streets.,
The house will be rented for three or for twelve
| months, as mav be preferred, and for three months
with FUKN'ITUKL If desired. Possession given
1st of August.
Jy 17?ts JOHN*. QORDO.V ii SON._
IjK)R RENT, THE I) ESI RABLE
HOUSE now occupied hy the subscriber,
situated on Grace street, between Seventh
and Eighth, containing seven rooms,
iy l??1? JJl. WIX>ToS
I^OR RENT, the large Ware
house in Llbny Buildings formerly oc
cupied by us. Possession given immediately,
with a large amount of storage secured, to a.
desirable tenant. Apply to
PALMER, IIARTSOOK & CO.,
jy C?ts Fourteenth street.
IjiOR KENT, a hatulsomo FURNISH
ED HOUSE, Xo. 13 Sixth street, between JnjL
Main and Franklin, with gas and wafer flffw
throughout the house. Apply (?> H E X KY,,'Vfi
EXaLL. on the premises, oral his otflce, next to
custom-house, and to BARTON A ROGERS,
jy c_ts _ ? F-W Main street.
T70R RENT," CORNER O F FIC E j
. above Sheritrs ofllee, Richmond House, |
on Governor street, at very low rent. Also,
TWo L'tDUfXG-KOoM^ on Hour above?also
verv low rent. Apply at High Constable'sotiTceT
Jy'jt
l?OK KENT, tlio BUILDING now oo
JU cnpledasthe Dispatch printing house, * *
on Governor street, one do?>r from Main.
Possession given in s few weeks?as soon as,
our new building on the corner of Main and
Twelfth streets is completed. Apply at the Dis
patch counting-room. je 27?ts
IkOOMS FOR RENT, suifnhle for a
V gentleman and wife or single gentlemen,
! with or without hoard. Apply at Xo. til#,
Eighth street, beyond Leigh. my lo?ts
WANTS.
/ \ V K R S JO E II AND <; A11DEN E R
,. WANTED to manage a farm mid garden near
Richmond. Let mum apply who do nut bring to
tliiioiij.il- of skill, integrity. industry, and so
briety, fur n.? attention will be paid to them,
j jy ?st _ JUlEs LYONS.
(TITANTER, otn> muni CA K E and
ITT HUE A D-1; A K KR: a M A N ami W f FE a ml n
Lo\ to mi a farm: two IRISHMEN* at farm
liiunN. ami Jlir- WHITE C'ooKS. EMIGRANT*
of any nationality imported tor wrv reasonable
i and i>i|uitablo pin e-. WANTED, To KEN I" A
FARM near Rii'limond on ahare). For further
particular* addr?<? the
SOUTHERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Franklin street, under Alctropolpun Jlall.
I'o^t-oitlce box 14, Richmond. Vn.
1> A\n.ira/T At Li.nk, Agent*. jy -J3 11
\\T A X T K I >, T W< > VIIJST-CLASS
I TT CARPENTERS. Applvto
ItoWEN \ haCuIIAN, Builder*.
Sixth -II. el, between C'ary and Canal,
jy 23 ?VI *
Hooks wanted.?kaxlolph a
ENGLISH, lit I.orrrnorStreet, wiilpav c?-h
for any .jnaiitltv ol I, AW or MISCELLANEOUS
BoORS ; al-o, Paieplilets or Wa-'e pen. r.
Large stock oi liiniRS for tale . i low nric -
jy VI?dVtA-ii It 1 j
T1TANTED, A No. 1 (.DOK, WASHER
TT and IRONKR-white j.rnferi. 1. Mn-t come
with iinexceptiotuibte references. Aptilv t<>
i?. M. Lea,
# Main street, north side,
j\ .1?3! between Fon-hee and Adatii".
"iirni'.AT wanted.?<>ur mil 1 now
beiti-' in order for grinding, we want FIFTY
THOUSAND Bi'sllEES OK WHEAT.
We will efimj wheat on TOLL at nnr mill.
jy'*-lw PUNLOP Si MrCANCE.
V ? T T A' F it A V S E R WAN T
THREE WHITE fooRS. and.i WHITE MaN
to drive a soap and grea.-e cart. Wages, twenty
dollars per month. Also, FIFTEEN FARM 1IANPS.
Iln Ve oil llSlid one \ No. 1 WET NT USE. COOKS,
M RsES, and llol'SE SERVANTS, Jkc.
NOTT & FRA YSER,
_ franklin, between Eighth ami Ninth street*.
jyJ1-is _____
"V"f)TI( 'E.? iHloitdinpr to vDit tho North
*.1 for the purpose ot procuring white labor, male
end I male, per-oiis de-ir:ng s'n !i will eall and
leavu their order-at once. HOWLE Si CO.,
Employment Agent*,
jy Ifc-lw No. 13K Franklin street.
WANTED, l?.v tut ttblo nuri willing
T f Irisli ladv. who can cook. vi?n, iron, or do
any other house work, a SITUATION in the city
or State. Slot can al-o iniik. Epilation inthecity
prelerred. (food i- I. r>m . -can heaven. F.>r in
loi tnation apply ;tt this otlice. jy
TITAN TED, situations for COOKS,
TT WASHERS ami IRONERS. HopsK GIRL*
[.ARM HAND H, CARPENTERS. RAILROAD
11 AN l)S, at., Sic.
AH persons in want of such will he Mti.pl n it
immediately l.y leaving their orders with the
und. rsU'lie I. on Seventh s'reet, between Mam and
r rank I hi, two ttoifi Mailt.
Jy ??-t* PEP lH F.ST i CO.
Orrti e R., F. am? 1*. K.wi.koah Company,t
Ri' Iimom., July ll, law. j
I WANTED I M M EDI A T E L Y,
Tf TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND SILLS, de
i livered on the line of tin- road b> tween Richmond
ami Ai|nia cre> k, ol WHITE or POST <?AK, eight
! feet long. md le>s than nine inches diameter at
small end, barked, and smoothly hewn to a thick
ness of six inches, clear of anv* defect calculated
to impair strength. No Sills will be received un
Uersi/.e. A liberal price will he paid.
Apply to SECTION MASTERS on line of road, or
to W. N. BRAGG,
Jy 12?lot Superintendent Road.
IDES AND TALLOW WANTED.
DRY HIDES,
| GREEN HIDES, and
?, SALTED HIDES.
Also, TALLOW ; for Which the Lightest cash price
will be paid. O. H. CHALKEKY Si CO.,
i Hide and Leather Dealers. Thirteenth street, be
I tween Main and Ctiry. ap23--t?
/ 1ASH PAID FOR BOXES.?Wanted,
V/ FIVE HUNDRED TONS BoNES. Cash paid
on delivery.
my s_t? S. P. LATHR0P, ARent.
II
LOST, STRAYED AND FOUND.
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.?
JL Lost or picked from my pocket ou last
"WHO WANTS A BULL?.
?T,Tr The "Wb'Tof a LARGE RED
BULL, with white streaks under his
11 idav, on the Grove road, a in-diuni-stzed
IjOlB LB-BOTTOM HARD-DIAL OOLD-I
HPNTlNti WATtJIl. with a lieuvv i)C>i,L)
' rlAlNivlf.o nt a hook. The ? I'rti i.- ,i pate It
''L No. 11,14s, and was m.nle tiv Janie-John-on,
V.) Church street. Liverpool. The finder will re
' Viv:;hL,;v" r, w.<r l by leaving it with W. A.
M '' r 1. Broad street, between Fourth and Fifth, or
at this ottice. jy v:i? 1 w?
yol'NI), A MOROCCO. POCKET
A BOOK aND DIARY, containing a check ami
some memorandums. The owner can get it by call
ing at tins otiice tin t paying lor this ad vertiscmeut
jy V3?m
T OST, an ENVELOPE oontainiti^
A.J sundry 1)!'E BILLn and COAL and BRICK
111 hLT>, amounting to about tlireo hundred dol
lars, and a smalt sum of MONEY in fractional
currency. A suitable reward will be puid 1f b it
at the o file a of R.King & Co., Nue. ties and lilt)
Citrv struct.
Jy C. I). LIPSCOMB.
he 11 v, which mme to my house about
t. n dsys ago, will please pay charges and take him
Hwiiy, an lie jh AJiuoy4fice fo me.
, . . GAKbAND HANES,
jy 3t Brook road, near the toll-gate.
TEN DOLLARS KI:\Y.\EIlL-A r,~
? wart I of will h? paid for the return
I KATHFK aCCOU-Vt Wm'k eonuin"
i ig the account of William W. Boyd, frnslee of
Mrs. Margaret L. Gay, (stolen rroth Mr. Bovd's
room at the Powhatan House in jifcember 15o5 i
nnd no quesilous a-lied.
jy ?;?)?at* WILLIAM T. STAPLES k CO.
4 VALUA RLE WATCII WAS
JA left on hoard the ?teamer John Kvi
v-ster or the 5th instant, which the owner w ^
can get by proving property and pavtng^^
charges,,,, upplhation to W. P. BURNtC
. Jy Purser of steamer John Sylve.te'r.
"VOTICE.?Application will bo made
Xl at the proper time for the renewal of one share
or titock (So. 4'iOj in the Richmond and Danville
Railroad ( ottpuny, standing :u the name of Valen
rl /T,\W.hlrth "*? destroyed in the tire of
the 3d of April, 1*),5. jy ll?tawM-'m
I
HAVE JUST FINISHED SFTVE
(,F 1 "AMBER FURNITURE OF
ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT, the finest and of
the moet fashionable atyle In the maiket, entirely
ot my own make, which will be sold very low
Have also eotnc very FINE SOLID ROSEWOOD
I AKLoR SETS nearly ready. Thf/?e in want of
iomething substantial, and at the same time very
nice. Would do Well to give uie a call.
UNDERT AKING attended to at all hours.
?i. A. ATKINSON.
No. IO'j ThlrteentL (or Governor) street,
jy 23?fB above Franklin, Kichuiond, \ a. j
/iHAIN FOR SALE.?Six or seven
hundred feet five-eight to three-<|uarter
CHAIN, for mining or other purpoeea, but little
used.
Jy IK-lw PALMER, HARTSOOK Si CO.
T OAF, PATENT CUT LOAF. itml
JJ grade* of " Flcken & WHllama'a" celebrated
REFINED SUGARS, which we offer to dealer* at
uanufacturera' current pricva.
palm Mil, hartsook a co.,
' Jy* Agent* here.
AUCTION SALES?THIS DAY.
By lUrrlnoti, Goddln k Apperaon,
Banker*, Bfoker*, Mid Real Estate Agent*.
pOUK valuable loth at the
J; SOUTHEAST t'ORNKR OF GRACE AND
TWENTIETH STREETS, AN D VERY VALDAHI.k
lot at tiik northwest corner of clay
AND ELEVENTH STREETS, FOR HALS AT AUC
TION.?Will he sold at auction, on the premiae*,
on MONDAY, the Md July, im, MS o'clock, P. M .
thnt valuable LOT DMated an above, frontingabout
on* hundred and three feet on the eaat aide of
Twentieth etreet, running back one hundred and
thirty feet, which will be divided Into four lot* of
entailer aire. And on the following day, *ay TUES
DAY, the -'4th July, at S o'clock, P. M , on the pre
tniaca, that tnnet beautiful and attractive LOT on
the northwest corner of Clay und Eleventh street*,
fronting about sixty-eight feet, running hack on
the went lino of Eleventh street one hundred and
flftv-nlx feet to a wide alley. Thla lot la partly en*
cloned with a handsome Iron railing, and In ?et out
In shade and ornamental tree*, ahrnh*, he., and 1#
the moat beautiful now on the market.
Tsbms : One third ca*h; balance at four and
eight months, for negotiable notes, interest added,
secured by a trust deed.
HARRISON. OODDIN 4 ArPERSON,
Auctioneer*.
P. S.-The large brick TOBACCO FACTORY of
William H. Grant, at the northeast corner of
Franklin and Nineteenth streets, with an half
acre lot attached, can be bought at private sale.
Jy 17?tda H. 0. 4 A.
DRY GOODS. SHOES. &c.
Miles a son's
HOOTS AND SHOES.
We are this morning opening a large and really
beautiful lot of
GENT'S BOOTS AND SHOES,
which we have had made expressly for our retail
ed manufa
sales by the most celebrated manufacturer*. The
assortment consists of
MILES & SON'S FINE DRESS and WALKING
BOOTS,
Bl'RT 4 TERH0NES FINE DRESS ant
WALKING BOOTS. _
L. BOYDE.VCm1 >.'S FINE DRESS and WALK
ING G JPteks,
L BOY DEN & CO.'S FINE DRESS CONGRESS
OXFORDS. ... .
T. II. SWEETSER'S FINE DRESS and WALK
ING GAITERS,
L. BOYDEN 4 CO.'S FINE DRESS OXFORD
TIES,
L. BOYDEN 4 CO.'S FINE DRESS BUCKLE
SHOES
together with many other style* of first-cla**
GOODS of not entirely so tine a grade.
These goods we can recommend to our friend* a"
the very best that can be made, and we will sell
them as low as the same quality of good* can be
bought In thl* or any other city.
(uve us a call, and we wiil give you a good tit
BOUTS k WATTS,
southwest corner Main and Thirteenth street*,
jv i<i_ta Richmond, v a.
T A DIES', MISSES',
1 CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES.
Having removed to our new More, we are th;*
lay opening an ENTIRELY FRESH Si I'i'IA ot
the above-named goods, embracing
Ladies' Congress Lasting Gaiters.
?? 44 Kid do.
" Rosette Heel Slippers.
? ? 14 Buskin*.
Turn do.
Fine Velvet Slippers.
?? Kid and Morocco Balmoral*.
Ladle*' Goat and Morocco Boot*.
4- -4 Goal and Lasting Buskin*.
Misses' Lasting Congress Gaiters,
Kid " 'to.
41 Goat and Morrocco Balmorals.
p.dka Boot*.
I hlldrcn * Lasting Congress Gaiter*.
Kid ?* do.
44 Lusting Lace do.
44 Goat and Morocco Balmoral*.
Kid and Morocco Boots.
44 Kid Slipper*.
\n-l iii it.v other sivles to-- bdlott* to ? nitiii- i.tte.
ail of which we have had made up to our own or
der, ?'Xpres*!y for our retail *ale*, and we ask our
lorui'-r patrons and the public generally to give ns
a call, lis we will sell litem GOOD SlD'ES, and on
LO"d terms as they can get tin m anywhere.
PUTNEY \ WATTS.
Corner Main and Thirteenth streets.
Iv l1?is Richmond, \ u.
1 ' OOK TO YOUR INTER EST
AND SAVE YOUR MONEY.
i.
Hi
which you can do by calling at
UELLKR CO.'S, 513 Hkoan sTRtr.i ,
heiwf.r* Fifth asp Sixim.
to buy yonr BO(?TS or SHOES, of which
ihev have the greatest variety in the city, i
and aru selling them ?t prices which cannot
tail to suit the ui"-t economical. Otve|
them a call before purchasing elsewhere,
i and wo will guarantee Battsfaction.
TRUNKS!
TRUNKS!4
TRUNKS!! !
, The largest and best assortment in the city of
LADIES' SARATOGA
AND OTHER KINDS OF TRUNKS
i at price* which defy competition.
Call early and Secure bargain* at
HELLER 4 CO.'S,
613 Broad street, between Fifth and Sixth,
t Jy 4 and branch store corner Sixth and Broad.
1IIEAP! CHEAPER! CHEAPEST!
C
JUST RECEIVED RY EXPRESS,
AT THE
CHEAP STORE OF RICHMOND,
BOMB OP THE
CHEAPEST HOODS SEEN THIS SEASON.
beautiful Embroidered hernanis
at 25 cents, worth 65 cents.
BEAUTIFUL ORGANDIE LAWNS
at 35 cents, worth 50 cents.
LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS
at '.'5 cents, worth 33 centa.
AST) MAST OTHEK
NEW GOODS J VST RECEIVED.
CAI.L BOON ASD
SECURE THE GREAT BARGAINS.
W. R. POLK,
New No. 523 Broad btrikt,
cor.ver op Sixth.
[Jt? I6_ta]
SPRING TRADE, ISM.
HALL 4 HUTCHISON,
Importers and Jobbers of
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, anil WHITE GOODS,
(at the old stand of Thomas, Hughes 4 Caldwell,)
No. 7 PEAKI. OR ForRTBB.tTH STKKKT,
between Main and Cary Richmond, Va.
We are prepared with a largo and elegant stock
of GOODS for the spring trade, and respectfully
invite an examination by ourfrlonds and the trade
generally. inh 5
SHIPPING.
VOR RALTIMORE, SAVANNAH,
F AND BOSTON? PoWHATANni:
STEA M B( 'AT COM PA N Y. ? SEMI-pk
WEEKLY LINE ?Leaves Rkhmotidi
every WEDNESDAY ami SUN DA Y?Leaves ball.
uiore every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
The steamer STATE OF VIRGINIA. Captain
Chari re Tkavers, will leave here at 6 o'clock,
A M ., WEDNESDAY, the 3'th Instant.
Freight received MONDAY aud tip to 6 o'clock,
I?. M , TUESDAY.
This steamer has splendid saloons, state-room*,
and passenger accommodations.
Passage, meals Included. f?.
For freight or passage, apply to
DAVID 4 WILLIAM CURRIE,
office at Charles T. Wortham 4 Co.'*,
jy 23?2t Fifteenth street.
I" ?i >R NEW YORK.?AT L A N TIC
1 coast mail steamship
COMPANY.?The new and elegant
side-wheel steamship HATTERas,'
? Ci. ark commander, will lea vet
her wharf at Rocketts on TUESDAY, 24th in
stmt, at I o'clock, P. M.
Passage, state-room and meals included. $is.
Tickets for the round trip, to return by eithei
vessel, only #23.
Fur freight or passage?accommodations unsur
passed?apply to
SAMUEL AYRES 4 CO.,
jy 23?it Cary and Virginia ?tr?et*:
IfOK XKW YORK.?Th?; magniUwnt
new aide-wheel steamship M
AGAKA, Captain Corm, will leave
ai 12 M. TCfeSDAY, July 2?h. %
Phm^;? In .New York, iucludlngppB^BH^W
uieal* and state ?room, only fl5. Ticket* for the
round trip only $v5. ? , .
Freight received TO-DAY (Monday) and up to
the hour of It A M. Tt'-MOHHOW.
Ticket* and siau?-rooras secured at my onice, at
"jf.ir.,'" "" ^ *??*'&? ?. WATSON
R~OANOKE FEMALE COLLEGE,!
DANVILLE. VA
l'be next tuntial ion of thin institution com -
mcncc* SBFTEMDKK ?:n. UW, and ciu.es la*t of
I June, Mdf.
The following cturgea are made tor the entlie
session
For tuition in advanced English branches $&<>
For tuition in primary English tranche* u
I For tuition in Ancient and Modern Languages,
each It)
For tuition in Mneic Jo
I t or tuition in oil Painting 4i
For tuition In Drawing ?$ I
i For u?? of Piano for practicing .... 5
For Incidental Expense* 5
! For Board 15*
Fa vine nt? required one-half in advance ; balance
at middle of aesatou.
Pupils are enter uifor the entire session antes*
otherwise agreed upon; and no deduction wade
for absence, except In case* of protracted sickness.
A deduction of fifty percent, made on tuition fee* |
of daughters of alt regularly-employed tululetoie, )
Charge* wade from time of entrance. Fupjla fur- ,
' at ah lights and towele. Washing famished alone )
dollar and lifty cents per month.
JrttJm S.ViahaABT.I'?'''!*'*' I
AUCTION 8AIJES?FUTURE~t>AV
By R">?<??*, Rid
Auctioneer* and Comml*?fon Merchant* y
and f? fifteenth atreat, between 3fskla ^ "
OUR FIKKT 8ALK Wlf,r, Tauv
place on WEDNESDAY Mollis': '
commencing at !?? o'clock. Wi, ? ni , i J ,lT J?,
i*?ortment of GKOCKKIB*. wiTvV i ioV''1*
Ac.. counting of * **< UWufti,
SUGAR,
COi FEB,
7U> OB,
HERRING*,
MOLASSEe,
BACOJf,
BROOJIS,
j SIFTERS. he.
? Particular* giren on th- morning. r?... ?
j tic* having if.tfMia to conaign ?? \ . *
' I bgm lit Ly Tue*day. " ?' ?**"? ?' H
B00BR8, BIDDH'K * r?.(
I _V*F?* B BiPQK ir, Saioman. AUttjyT>"f?j
By Ptiot A Co., Auctioneer*!
T ARfiR HALF."OF FRKSR nt,v
Jj'.oops, Roots, sHoF.s MAT* ?, *
Ai:CTloJf._0? "A'KPNBSD A v, the r'h i,' AT
commencing at 1<> o'clock, w* will se??
tlon-room* a large a?*ortment of " ,J'?sc
FKEsil DRV lloo|?8
BO0T8 an.I SHOIg
HATS. CAPS, *c., ke
cnnmrising a great variety of, h< ',, ( .
GOODS ?ulted lo the city retail tr. i_ 4
_Jy?_ A CO., Auctioneer*.
By lUrrlnon, Goddla A ApptraoB
Banker*, Broker*, and Real F>ut., Agent*.
"17ARM OF ONK HUNDRED \\i.
I r THIRTY-ONE A' Kb.v < vl.I.Ep < , *\v
IX IIKX HI CO CoL'.NTV. SEVEN MIl.Es w \\
I OF RICHMOND, INCLUDING CRop* n,.r> '
MULES, WAGONS, CART, k<\, For pA. t
AUCTION.?At the re?|Ue?t of Mr. J> <, > ' '
.hall cell at auction, on th? i?r*m . ;vki "
; NESDAY, 'he 22th day of July, 1"', '
'A.M., (If fair ; II not, the Are! fair day tl ,..A ?
'the beautiful FARM on which he . * r ?
called "( hnwck," and formerly ow:. : i ,- j^T*
i George G. Exail.
i It ilea on tbe Three-chopped road, i-, .
went of Richmond, adjoining the .v
| Green and other*, and contain, .-n* hm lr : ...
i thirty-one acre*, of which about f. r" ?. r .
well*, t In clover, twenty acre* In m.?!. *, f :.t
acre, in original timber, twenty-one a< r?? . .
nary wood*, and ten acre* of vegetable 1?- : ; ,
I improvement*conai.tot an EXlKLLEM i W-,,
i IXU and all other building*. Including . ; .
hou*e. with threw pond* near by an.i
i CHARD UF OXK THOUSAND CHop . KK V
? TREES, auionR which are ninety-!'ve 1*. ; ,
! tree*. Al.o, one acre and a halt iu Arij \
' the finest kind..
Po?se?*Um Ricen in a few day*.
After the .ale of the land, all of the
CROPS OF C'oRX, oaTK, SEED WllEiT,
will be sold : also,
? rows,
5 HORSES,
12 MULES,
A parcel of H008,
4 WAOo.NS and iMKXESS,
J CARTS and H \KXKSS,
t AMBCI.AXt K u l HAKXFsS.
I ( AKRlAoE and llAKXKss.
All the FARM 1X0 IMPI.EMKXT>. A,
' Should the Farm not be Hi>i<l. it w;u I ? i.
I for one ve.u ; and whether ?<-Id ><r r- ?,
I the perioMial effect* will i-oHirivn.T I- .. i
Tkkmh : For the land, one-third ct.h, h?Unr? ??
! one and two year* for bond* be inii. i -
| cured by a truat deed. For the per*, ilefi. ? ?
! .iiniH under thirty dollar*, ca.li . . i ? r tli e ?
four month* credit for appi>>\cd, endowed, i-, .
liable paper.
HARRISON. GOPDIX a APPKRm>X.
Aurti. r?
Conveyance* will be n'our oilic- < n h- u.
of the above *ale until I ? c I. ?? .. t? ?
?ou* de*ir?u* ol attending, and teir. -liin-1. - ?
a!*., be fui'ni-lied .u tie- farm fr?-e ? f ?i .r?
jy (iODIIlX, HAKKlSO.V A Al'Pi w.\'
By W. It. Rot I-, AttCtl' ncer.
rinvo VALFAlUiF VACANT I.oi*.
, I AXD A BRICK TENEMENT A\l?l"l i .
SALE AT Al'< IH'.V ? Will lie - .Id a' imi
the premise*, I>n Tl'KeDA \ . Jo'c ?4(1' '
.at 5 o'clock. I*, .M , the following d. i ?:
pertv, vi<
? I. That VAUrABLE VACANT I.OT
lino of Fourth atreet, l??tw< en i ary .?( t 1 n.
1 *trecti*, fronting twcnty-?even i?-? t or. i r
.treet, and running Lack in parallel ?? ?
two feet.
'I That BRICK TEN EM I XT, and i:
which It 1* situated, front in*' ttnit > . v
north I in* of lanal atreet, bet we? ii I r?; at I f ?.
*hee atrect>, and rulining luck In i-atiiuct
1 flfty-*even feet eight inche. moro or f??*
a. That VACA X f LOT on the noi-hw ???'. ?? ?r .
Second and Arch ?treete. fronting Ho.r? ?
west line of Second .tr> and niiinii * t .o k -
t line of Arch *treet one hundred and leu .'??? ? 3
all. y twenty fe.-t wide.
Ti'hm-: Ono?f..urth ca*lt; balanteat -or .!?
and twelve month*, equal l#*talm?nu, n.:?r??t
i added, *. cured '.y a ti i-t d. <-1
" W U. ROBINS, An. ?
jy 2<??td* lit M on ?'i
MEETINGS.
N'011< 'E.?Tin* I toil ril of Ti iiste.
ili?? liiini of M iiu-ln ? n-r i? -p") . ?
that the freeholder# of lli" town wi, i, i
Town Hall on Aui;>i#t 3, at # o'i |o,?, p ;,t
tmrpoae of instructing thctn in r-Ui. n :?<
Inc money for the improvement ol n
' building it market-house.
14v older of the lkiard.
Jy 21?lot K. If. TAI.I.KV, S. r.
1ALLKD MKKTING.-Sfo.-UI- :-i.
TUKNIMKK COMPANY wil pi. i.?
I ing to be held at the I.OWEK ToLL O ATI
' 27lli instant at 12 M l?V oritur ? f Mo- I" ir I
JOH.V li < KL.NMIAW,
! Jy 13?d&ctd I're.t i- i.!
"VJOTH'E.?A nii'i of tin- sto k>
ll holder* of the SEW MI.'IIAM'-.
TUKNTIKK O'MI'ANY vi;N ! 1.. : i ;?t t! I
ln^*liouHftof W. M. Nl'TT^'S &
I Ibe 23d day of July, lattf.
i \TlKtiINI A.?In (In- t in uit ('our!
I v the City of Uirhrioiitl,
Ann II. Kitinittril, fcon < tiii ? ? ill ti
{ Ann Ju#tis Kmniard, |iUinuli,|
Against
Cliarl'R M i? r ml or, . xecith r ??!
I .luiio-t Kmniard, ?li i -u-' il, and ?_
j till* lloXt of km of til.' ?;i 1 ? 1 Jlilil. t '
Kiiiniard, mikI of hi# former wife, |
M.irv kinniard, who w.i* M ay j
Mrhuy,of llulkirk, St'oiiuitil ,
ing partiesunknown, defendMiit*. ?
fly .t decree uDttrid hi thi# < i iM oil
day of June, H6t>, " lb* court doth ad >. ? '
and decree that on# of the ?iiiin.?????- I'
court do inquire and ascertain win 'In i tin- I t
' t.tte of Jam## Kinnturd, di-Ci'a?i.'i|, it; o
convenient partition according totti# rgld# i '
devisee# and owner- thereof. whetln r t'.
.rests of the owner#, including inf.tiii ? *m r-,
any, will he promoted hv a sal-* thereof, ? i r
allotment of part and sal# of the re# du ?. wl.
any owner i# willing to take the whole.-J;
therefor to tha other owner* each aom or ?at ?
i their interest may entitle them to. .1 wi ? ?
th# right# of any person will v olate l i . . -.
and report to the court the re*nlt of i, ,. ,
with the evidence therefor. And the c . :
further adjudge, order and decree that 1
Magruder, executor of Jam#* Kinniard, d ci
' no render hefore #.nd < ?mmi-'i.'ii. r .m a< i u
i hi#receipt# and di#hur#''ibeiit#, ait# md d ? ??
executor alorcaid . in taking * Inch an i.t.
Commissioner in directed to allow a-yri <? > / '
correct any accounts In-reiofor- r> nd.-i-. ji. i ?
i tied according to law hy tin* -a.d #> it? r. :
port to tin- court the .u'oiiiUd a# #??::.? ltv
I with a Mpeci-tl statement - to any n..> '? r ?
pertinent hy himself, or wltich ho m?y <? ,
by any party to state.
(/'OMMtSatoNRg'# ?? ?
Rii NVi'.Mi, June 2?, 1* *? ?
Tbr unknown lieir* and nex- of kin ? ' -
Kinniard, deceased, and of |r? formal i. V
Kinmard, who was M icy M? Kay ? f Haiku
Scotland, and all other "partis# n,: .????? t.
hereby notified that 1 have flx-d ? m I i?lM
the 3l?t day of July, l#d*i, at a o'clock A M
time, and my otBc"e, No. it", on the i ' it" ?
Franklin street between Fifth m.d > * ?'
in the city of Richmond, in tin > i
Cnlted State#, n* the pla< ? to execu'. th?
decree; at wlrico titne anl plaeethev* ?'?
Tllt'MAS J" 1.VA> *
jy 2? Mlw f'omml##io:M r ;t ?
VJOTK'E.?All jM-t'son# who !.c.
ll UOtlUS at ?>. M. DtiMs # dyuu
tuent, on Mai?lial! slre? 1, in-ar f .: 'i, '?
cleatist d, M'?KK THAN 1 MKhfc .M??>'TH# A
and have n? I called for llie - i | . ?
ante** paid (or aud taken away wit:n? 0># '
ten day# Ihey u Hi be sold f"t rej al ft V
THE WIDOWS AN I> OlU'lIA^
MO.NI) AND VICINITY. -Tb# ?iiehf.
committee appointed by the Yoinu .M< n ?' '
AMOciation to diatribui# the iiiuu* y * j
finilbtd by the gcaeruu* i?
Mo., desire all person# Intctested, > r th r
to apply in writing t?? any oil# of the c ' -
soon a# possible. Tbo#e unknown t'1 So* ?
Nivned peiwonaily will pie*,,, refer - ?
uhocan satinfy th# committee thai tl. > ?
the class above mentioned No apt'1 1
be mad# except in writing, a* the c? int..
time to cooaider each oue, and, U r.r# ?*,??.'? 4
the parties apidyiug. .
W W. PAKKKR, M
, w P. C. MClfOUK,
Jiuiu, between h?<c?i|i,l mid 1 i;i?>i - f# #
i,,, ,, J HALL M<"Kb. M ??;
jy **?At fonier Fiflb iwt FntnkJn. ?:/?
Hay, limb, aNd plol?&
W barrel. - Laltirop M.li. k\ I'KA FL'?.
?w barrel* KOCKLAM* LIMK,
baiva TIMOTilV HA V. Hi ?t?re, r *? ?
bX ? r. 8. P. LATH UUP. A??n:
J/ *? i-'Kiileonth M-ucb y*x*
f ot in Hollywood fok sall
?1 i For nal?, a liMiidMiuo axtd J b' '
(It Hollywood Cerueterv Apply to
CH ALL Fib 11. TAN > KK.
J/ >1?lt? .Ipp.ol* , .J I i f '? J
HAXALLS MILLS.-We #i? |
pared to do FULL WORK ?t our un-.*. ?- ?
wuh topuichaxe WHKAT *ui CORN
HaXaLL, CKKAMUM A i
PANAMA HATS.?Just iweiwl,
A beautiful ?*i><>riuifut of PANAMAS; ?
lot of extra WJ1>? liKlil PAN AM Ab , . ..
PUWHATAX vrusiow.
Jm SA So #15 Jixln ?!!?"
TURKXCIl HKANDY Wry Mip-r
JC KRANCH KKANUlkft. .ucb-a* Hvxix?T. \'ltl -
Home, etc., of my own tmpoitaUorn /
Jy ? No. I Exchange Block. F<?u?tet?uth .u? ?
QTRAW HATS, STRAW HAm
O Ja.tm-alved. a Urx# lot of MA< * V*/,
URAJIAN HKAlU lllts,b.rw.'H
arty cent* up. PuWuaTaN WKlblOKR
j?J? r No. #15
FUbIN'S pkkfumjsb y ?t
JIJ MKAHL A UAKfc'K 8 I'ru* btow.
Jy to Nmth and Fiaukltu air?r.?

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