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VOL. XXXIII. RICHMOND, DISPATCH. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1867. NO. 9. VIIE DISPATCH. BY rOWARDlN St ELLYHON. g paII.Y DISPATCH la delivered to Mb. ' .! at ritTKKR cast* per week, payable to the ,Tw^#k'.T. Malle4 at per annua ; #I.M for "r r?r month for * *nortsr period. 'y 'V ShMl WEEKLY D18PATCH at *4 p er an rr for*!* month*. - WRKK1Y DISPATCH at ft perannutn. Si>rri(tl Xoticcs. rc 1'KAt K ltl>TOHi:D! RIOTS OVER!! A*D j r 1. 1 r s stclk, h h f rlerlt*, continue* to hold forth the r br*ucti ! all wko want TRY goods ?? tbe following low pricea : PKK8S GOODS: V ;rr?, l,*Tid>otn**t <!o?tgn*, 2<\ 55, and JO#.; | .ii,| Hera>;e*. Hr(' ? . . P.>plt :i? .!? Sole . only 35c. ; . e r?-r> 'trie and color, only to and *S?. ; ,. r. ! Grenadine*, the be*t election In the i ( ?nd *11 style* of DKKSS GOODS ?r Jr.ced n the Richmond market. [ vv?t ck of M<)PRX1!M GOODS ? ?*>.* i*r st in the city, rotul* ting In part of Kli.r nl*. Kt. irk Reragea, 10 4 Clack Gram r Mia?U-the bt?l and cheapeit ever I v*"'d. i h e Una of WHITE GOODS ferirg superior In lot emcr.ts in su< h arti cle* M tn.brlo*. Checked snd Striped Swlsn]fu*Un, Nain*o?>k. at all price#. And alto a ?r lendid *t<">ck of Irl*li I.lnen*. r ?J| cfp.-cl it attention to rnr stock of r< v * in . h ar. especially adapted to tint e rear. whlth 1 am selling at real II ;r.fe?. DOMESTIC GOODS. H ? f' ? l", 1-1. and 15c. ; 1 1 t . Uon, loc., a fj?H>d article ; yard wide, ? IV.; . CoM. n, 1?J. 15, and He.? bargains ; r (W Cotton ; , ??.? and all ct?i.>r sort* of Pry Gt>cds. at tre?t prlc e* . ?)? yet he*rd of. !,-? way to convince yourself i? to call J I'M OS Sf CLE, .Main *treet, between Ninth and Tenth. Kenlleu.cn would be glad to serve I ; ('ARE. JOS AS WEINBERG, f.-.K P. HAUBY, <iEO. SWaBaCHSK. Jt'LIFS SYCLE. i.iitMi opemm; or new <.ooi>s . ' ? ' K H K K A <? VS. V Mh in -tre-t, j ? fflee ? We will open and be pre ? >1 ..ty the ?&th to exhibit for eale our - :pr y of SPKlN'i in J SPMM KR GOODS, e been p?rcliH*td within the la^t few he iiorihern markvtH. Rnd.i'sach reduced -? wiican mr<?rd to oti.'r greatxr Indure - ? evpr t ?> ] urcliH^frs. <Mir Pr^s* Good* ? ; i. nt is, without cxa?Kor;itk>n, tho lar^obt :o*: r^nel in thi? city, und haying mostly u<Lt ?t auction nt re4uc?d price*, w?> will ?och lr.du.vinniN to parties in want that will ilnly be a<!ra?:t -K^on*. Among tho different re? we Imtc in colore and qualities, Beragea, i \ :: b1?|'n ?, l.er o*, Melange, Ponlon*. I. awn*, - 1*, Organdie*, Grenadines, Ilcrnanie, Pop a .( <ch?, I ??kdufcie, Silks, itc., tic. To tln? named de)>artui?rt w? have given *]>ecial >n, and wo will ofier tliem at prices t?> suit , : want. -tic und Housekeeping Goods Depart* ? ?. r mi'lete. and at such prices that we will ? v ? ?? *i'f.u ti< n to h!l in ward of eaiue. Fuin>h:ng Department and 3Ieu's . " r than it hae crcr been, and a* great ! ?? I ?? n giv r In selecting the lame, . . t. v rh,i* i h- v will suit the inoet fastidli?n*. <t I.adi* s' Cloak* and ^acks embraces ? I tl 's gnH in ti kb. Cloths, and l.aco | r -fi'f. of ?H 'in*Ht!?*. " f 5la';;r'g is very larje. and of all co ?. aid widths: and having been in.' . u they wiii Lm offered at aem&ll r> i .mS v :i find it totlieir Advantage < ! t- lore r- lpi'lving tb*-mselves. AilTTrLDOKFliR & CO.. opposite post-offlce. v. wil'. i r the ben?*lit of our trade, continue ? r. ; .?. 1 Mr tt street, where Mr. SIakx fi: i.-.j. v. ,uld Ik* pleased tosee his fi iends. M. & CO. tc ? . ?; f \ l I)L( mm: in PRICE* Cheap. I - in th* <"ity !- Tremendous Tiacri- j ? ' F\v ??.teicent at ISAAC S YCELb'S, No. ! TlurJ and Broad *treet*. 1 have Just ? urth supply of Summer Goods. I can i a ?t. 1 ).*reat 1 argains. Splendidquality , ju- -, 1', -J, a: 1 - V. : Embroidered (?re- i - ? ! 3* '.'5c., Tery cheap : Black and Colored cas at j a:.j:u'c ,W'>rth 0''< : I- u k Mlk, ?tl. ! h|l.?S;SMp|?ce ? ico, fa?t colon, onlyl!)e. ? VI ..i 1 !>i u'n t ? ?ms, 1?, and lCJe.; good ? w:d". Uc . N- w Y? ik mills, only '-'5c. ie-4 , eh?"l "he -M'.g, only 5-. t ; P. C. Cotton, full < i \ i : Linen Prill snxl (.'a?*iuiere, for y. wear, 2>c. an>l upwards ; Irish | c dtipw ir !-;?' ? Shirt Bt^oms. 15, K, 20, . . Tery low ; Corsete, <5e., tl. and *1 .25 each : . ami iijiv. ?! d* ; 2J tloi"H Hair Nets : White Marseilles, 30c. and up- ' . N. L M 11*1;:), a*1!- and Upwards ; White . i u ry ih. tp: a large lot of Ladies' and ? i-ll ? and Gloves, very cheaji ; Dre*s ? J-t : 1 H' inb&/ine. 15c. per dozen, worlli ic. and upwards. Call and exam* : - ... ti re purchasing elsewhere. Isaac pycels. No. 301 Broad street, i rtier <>f Third street. imclll LOR'S II IIR DYE? BATCH E? . This spl Dili t HAIR DYE is -? ; h'* world. The onlv^true and perfect -. r. i.able, liutantaneous. No dis -nt no i . !!? nlou* lints. Natural black i n : r. .lies the ill effects of bad dyes; j i - the hair, leaving it soft and beautful. i? signed \\ i l.l.l A M A. BATCHE Ail ..Miers are mere imitations, and should ? i Sold by all druggists and perfamers. ?l P .relay street, New York. Beware nterfeit. Jell ? It \k I.K'S niEMIl'M BITTERS.? A .u.d infallible remedy for Dytpepsia, Aj;ne ?l v, r, 'Jen'iral Debility, kc. For eule by all In the city of Richmond and elaewhcre. r- 1 r uij'tiy tilled by addreaaintf E. BAKKK, Proprietor, Box i!3, iikhwond, Va. KicHiioMj, An^nHt 21, isea. ? t 1 ?,? ! feel bound to acquaint you of the v 1 1 < [ dy?p?pata, which 1 have beeu af - ! ?? for the la*: I've years, which I feared * <1 t-r ,tt<( In conaumj-tion. After my phy * bn ,:j despaired, 1 rben who persuaded "ek t i.i-t fc<ju Uaker'a Premium Bittern, *' tt> I o 1, ?:.d after the use of the foar bottles I ' ???? J <1 you. 1 became ah well an 1 ever wan My doctor remarked it hud baltiod hia ? iii uk diea<reelnx with me In my diet. \ ? ? b'-re are rtinediei1 for all dioeaaea, but j "f in yielding to the confidence of our ? .. >. Kaapectfully, William B. Goopb. 1 Vr. Jt> k> . , 1'iiion Hill, Utchmond, Va. my is_u Mti: XT K\( ITEUEST ! >l?-> OF CLOTHING AND GENTS' FL'fi N'i -MINO GOODS AT HALF PK1CE. Mr.en fcalte at *7 00 ? 1 int r<* Ktiiie at 9 50 ?1 Cauiiuert Kuita at 13 00 ' < ?' *?d ('mm mere Pant* at 2 nf# Puu fron 3 oo to oo ? !>' ef-tiri l'anl? at 4 00 ?> of all <4u*.itte? from 1 00 to '4 00 it. iu 75 to i &0 rtt prl?M not to be mrpaaaed in < i.v, at ISAAC GUELKTKKES ?ll Broad street, !. r between Kixhth and Ninth. *?." JOH\ J. U KttTII, MAIN STKEET, c fcjfni; is clow thk roaromri, ; ired to furu'.th to f-uictly c<u?h customer* CAE BON HILL COKE, AMTHBACITJf and BITUMINOUS COAL, ar I SAW?i? OaK and PINK WOOD, Orli verable in any pait of the city. ?*' inferior FUEL w:ll be *old on any term.*, a ~e objttt boltK to give aaiisL-ctloc lu all cacea. try l?-u v MJTHKRLAND, GUN MAKER, ' ? d Va., importer and manufacturer of ' ? 'i'.nB, J ifles, Pocket cutlery, Flabm* , J** .* ?<aJl? ai d Lata, <?uiunak?T?' mate ? i In.- um received a splendid uaaortnient ' ''i i?ii'k'Kriicl?"?. confuting in part of 1 .. -iii binf > <J uii?. I'owjer Fiaaka, Caps, ' ???'?? r, \'.?y. Sbol of alt ?)/<??, . <'*!??, Cartr:'iK> <*. Tlcklera. ?'"O l'? ..rl,anU bilvei'-iuouni^d 1'lntoU, one i ?> v. ii barrela ; ?r'j H< !.a, Llnea, Klitix, Baaketa, etc., l>. /??ifKiunt complete ; and respectfully y ' " 1 Ir'.fiilx and tbu p'jb ic to t<ive bint a ' .Malu atrcct, near the corner of )? II I ' ^'J II ICK ? A Bp'ondld lot of Li?ht 4 ' ? l lattovf Juol t?teiv?d and for aaie low by ; O.a.CUALKLl? ACO. i Siwrtal Notices. WW HANDSOMEST DKISK fiOODS IN TH8 CITY. AT A. HIRSH.V C0'8._\\ e have Just received ? splendid line of lb* newest ityleii : FRENCH LENOES, M0Z4MBIQUIR, EMBROIDERED GRENADINES, JACONETS, LAWN8, Ac., which we can offeT at prices far below market r*lu?, they having been purchased At a re cent closln^-oat sale In New York, which will more than compare with our already reduced price*. We would specially call the attention of the ! adieu to the above fact*, and respectfully invite tbun to call early. A. IIIRSH k CO., )e l#-t* m Broad street. W Til K Bin DROP HAS COME! GREAT DECLINE IN PRICES! OLD TIMES COMING BACK AGAIN ' GREAT AND GLORIOUS NEWH ' We take great pleasnre in Informing oar friend" and the public In general that there had been ja great decline In the prices of DRY GOODS, and ha we always give our customers the advantage of all bargains that we secure, we now offer BUaihod Cotton at 10 and 12Jc., worth lejc ; fnll yard-wide at 15c., worth 20c. ; and at l#|r? worth 25c. ; Pillow- ca?e Cotton, fall fortj-six lnchea wide, at Kc ; Full-width Bleached and Unbleached Sheeting at Wc . ; I'nbleacbei Cotton at 10c. ; full yard-wide at 12i, 16], and 2<?c. ; Calicoes at l?J, 15, l(!j, and 20c. ; Superior yard-wide English Calico at 25c., worth 60c. ; Handsome Lenos and Moiamblques at 20c., worth loc. ; Very Rich Dress Genie of every description, from loc. to <|il per yard. In this stock will be found every variety of the inont fashionable stylos: Nainsook Muslin at 25, 30, 40, and 50c., worth Just double the money ; Fine Skirting Cambric, 1[ yards wide, at 50c., worth 75c ; Tucked and Embroidered Skirting at *1 per yard, worth $1.60 ; Curtain Muslin at 2<>c., worth 3<ie. ; Be rage for veils, all colors, at 8nc., worth 75c. ; Wide Black Silk at $1.50, worth $2 ; Bed Tick at 12je. ; , Shirting Stripes at 12Jc. ; J Excellent Black Alpaca at 50c., worth "5c.; | Heavy Linen Drillings at 20, ?5, 30, and ?5c. ; White Marseilles at 75c., worth *1 ; , CAssi meres at $1, worth *1.60 ; I Pillow-case Linen, full It yard* wide at worth *1; j 10-4, 11-4, and 12-4 Linen Sheeilngat $1.59,111.75, | and $2 ; ' Silk Parasol* at*l, *1.50, $1 75, and $2 ; j Hoopbklrts at 50, 75, and $1 ; I llackaback Towels at $1.50, $2, $3, and *5 per do | zen, worth *2.25, $1, $1.50, and *7 ; i Linen Cambric Handkerchief* at $1 25 per dozen. 1 ' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 30c., worth 75c. ; 1 Bishop Lawn at 23c., worth loc.; : Bleached Table Damask at 75c. por yard, worth $1; | Very heavy Table Linen at $1, worth $1.50; : White Brilliants at 25c., worth 40c.; Worked Bands at 75c., $1, and *1.25 por the doublo band ; 1 Dimity Bauds at 15, 20, and 25c., worth double the money ; Rusela Diaper, warranted all linen, ""t $2.23 apiece, worth *3.50 ; Extra wide Diaper at *3 10, worth $5 apiece : Linen Doylies at $1.50 per dozen, worth $2.5o ; L true Linen Napkins at $3 per dozen, worth >4.50 ; Very wide Bonnet Ribbons at Joe. per yard, worth 7 jC.'i Crystal, Amber, and Jet Trimmings at Jnst one-hall the regular price ; Shirt Bosoms, warranted all linen, at 25c. ; Be rage Shawls at $t.50, worth *3 ; Grenadine and Herns ni Shawls at *3, worth *5 : White Flannel at20c.. Ginghams at 1* jc., L.iwn? at 12J., 163, 20, and 23c.J Cotton Hose at 15c. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF Black Silk Sac-iues, Basques, and Circular# ; Bombazines, Table and Piano Coven-, Lace Collars, Balmoral Skirts Pants Stufls, and lots of other goods at very low prices All who w:?h to take the advantage of the great decline in prices should call at once. LEVY BROTHERS, |0 17 1547 Main street. J3T IMON BANK OF RICHMOND, (SAVINGS INSTITUTION.) OFFICE AT THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $500,000. THIS INSTITUTION ALLOWS SIX PER CENT. ON DEPOSITS. I. DAVENPORT, Jr., President. JAMES MILLER, Cashier. DIKICT0B8. , R. A. Pa'.ne, L. D. 'Crenshaw, W. R. Qnarles, 1 Win. H. F-yons, Jr., R. E. Blanken 1 A. Bodeker, B. B. Weisiger, ship, j W. A.Spott, Moses Ellyson, J.B.Winston, A. L. Ellett, Jas. W. Archer, A. A. Hutchin B. T. Taylor, J. Rosenbaum, son, ; W. E. Blnford, J. W. Hall, T. W. Doswell, ! J. A. Belvln, W. F. Gray, W. E. Tanner, | T. D. Dudley, Alfred Motes, J. M . Nowlin. The security offered to depositors Is undoubted, and the institution should commend Itself to all | classes. Tho attention of all io city and country is called to this institution. Here th?y will flad security, convenience, and profit. Sums as small as one dollar may bo deposited, and six per cent. Interest received on satae. Otlice hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. ; on Saturday from y A. M. to 3 P. M.| and from * to 6 P. M. le 13? diswts J!o use-Fit m is ft i ng Goods, "|> E F K1GERATORS, REFFRIGE J KaTORS.? Now is the seaaon for these In dispensable articles, and if you want the best that is manufactured, they can he had at the China, Glass, and House-farnishln* store of BRANCH & CURRANT. Je 11 _ corner Eighth and Main streets. WINDOWliHADB DEPOT ! WIN yy DOW SHADB DEPOT' !? M. GOLDEN, No. 1535 Main, between Fifteenth and Seventeenth streets, has for Bale, at the'old-time prices, 5ou pair* WINDOW SllADKb, with all the fixtures ??' inplete. from twenty-five cents up to ten dollars. Everybody knows Golden. He has all the new styles In Gold^ Velvet, Chrystalised, or Painted Miadus. Store Shades made to order. Floor nnd Table Oilcloths, &c , at prices a* before the war. Also, a tine stock of BOt?TK and feuoKs_? Xood article? at 25 j>. r cent. loss than you can buyelie where. Call and see them at the cheap store of M. OoLDRN, _je ll?3iii 1535 Main street. C"~ ANTON MATTING. WINDOW SHADES, LACK CURTAINS. paper hangings, &c. j. henry cbafton, (over Bcgnault & Co.'s auction -nouae, 833 Main street,) hao io atore and for s?le cheap the best qualUy WHITE AND CHECK KD CANTON MATTING, WINDOW SHADES. LaCC AND NOTTINGHAM LACK CUETAfNS. PAPER HANGINGS of every quality and de* scription on han'f. Kounii, Halls. I'a'ta^es, Ac., papered at shortest notice and at reduced prices. HPIIOLSTKKY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION exe cuted in the best style. J. HENRY CRAFTON. Je 8_2w successor to Regnault & Co. KKSS-MAKINO ? REMOVAL. ? The Minus K. k A. PLACE hare removed their DKE68-M AK ING establishment to Ko. Ill Broad street between Elfbth and Ninth etreeu, o\ Ui? itoM of Meure. vourtney 4 bom ^ ^ Richmond Dispatch, WEDNESDAY JUNE 19, 1867. THE CIRCULATION OF THE "DIS PATCH" IS LARGER THAN THE COM BINED CIRCCLATION OF ALL THE OTHER DAILY NEWSPAPERS OF THIS CITY. Auction Sales This Day* P A INK A CO. will well at 10 o'clock a Urge and attractive assoitment of fresh and seasonable dry good*. HARRISON. OOPDIS Si APPER80N will *#11 at 5 o'clock the fram'J tenement on the east line of Ninth between Byrd and Arch street*. K. D. EACHO will sell at 2 o'clock all that farm or tract of land on the south side of the White (Hik swamp, between three and four mllea from the city of Richmond, adjoining the lands of Thomas T. Duke and others, and containing 141 "23-loco acres, with . -.ereral email buildings thereon. 1SHKLI. A DAVIS will sell at 10 o'clock, at the store of R. A. Moaes A Drother, on the south side of Marshall between Fifth and Sixth street*, the entire stock of groceries, store fixtures, and the unexpired lease of store. 0. W. WILLIS will sell at his store tills morning commencing at 10 o'clock, a lot of household and kitchen furniture, refrigerator, show case, tin safe, Ac. REONAOLT & CO. will sell at 10 o'clock an ex cellent assortment of household furniture, mirror*, butter, cheese, thow-raeef. cookiDg btorth, Ac. LOCAL MATTERS. United States Circuit Court. ? The following cases were presented before this court yesterday : John W. Clarke, upon an indictment for violation of revenue laws<* Ho was re quired to give $5,000 surety for his ap pearance from day to day. "William II. Parrisb, Mover Cohen, Nor ton Allcott, John Morris, Phil. Allcott, and Walter W. Gasden, were also arraigned for the same charge. Cohen was bailed in the sum of 87,000 ; Norton Allcott, $500, and t ho others $5,000, all for their appear, ance from day to day. Mayor's Court ? Tuesday Morntxo. ? Mary Lazzaroni, charged with stealing a dress from Elizabeth Starke, was called up. In the absence of witnesses the case was continued. Philip S. Reilly, charged with assaulting and beating Louisa Langford, was required' to give MIU0 su;ety for his future good be havior. A number of ordinance cases were dis posed of. Tin: Juxk-Dealixo Cases. ? The con tinued cases of the junk-dealers, chargcd with carrying on their business without proper licenses, were called up for hear ing yesterday beforo the Mayor, and the questions involved were argued at length by Colonel August. The three principal points upon the validity of the Council to restrict this class of dealers by ordi nance any more than others engaged in the same trade were : First, the municipal, govern ment is established by the charter of the city : second, this government was limited in authority by the charter, and had no I powers but those defined by the charter; and, third, that the provisions of the char ter must be strictly construed and pur sued. Colonel August having submitted his argument, together with the authori ties cited, the M^ayor concluded to con tinue the case in order to give time to ex amine into the authorities. Tiik City Wards.? "We have been asked finite often of late as to the division of the city into wards for registration. The wards stand now for registration and voting as they have always stood, as follows : Jcjhrson Ward embraces all that por tion of the city lying between the east line of Fourteenth street amMheold corporate limits eastward. Madison includes all that portion of the city lying between ihe west line of Fourteenth and the east line of Fourth streets. M<mroc Ward lies between the west line of Fourth btreet aDd the old corporate limits westward. Although a portion of Butchertown and the Valley lie in Madison Ward, custom allows the citizens living in that locality to vote in Jefferson Ward. Monroe Warm Mkktixg To-night. ? We are requested to slate that a meeting of tho people of this ward will be held to right at 8 o'clock, at the Clay-street cha pel, corner of Clay street and Brook ? ve nue, to consider the importance of regis tering for tho approaching election. Messrs. Marmaduke Johnson, N. A. Stur divant, H. T. Daniel, and others will ad dress the meeting. Let there be a grand rally. If the house will not hold the peo ple, there will be speaking at several stands in tlie neighborhood. Registration in Monroe Ward.? The registration in Monroe Ward continued yesterday as briskly as on the day before. Quite a lurge crowd, principally blacks, were gathered around the olfice. The blacks and whites registered pretty equal ly all day. When the office closed, the numbers stood for the two days, 202 whites, 2o7 blacks. Frightful Accident. ? Late yesterday afternoon the horses attached to a hack containing several colored persons be came frightened, and dashed madly down Second street. As they neared the alms house, and just as they began to descend the hill, all were thrown out with great violence, seriously injuring an old colored woman and a little boy. The wounded were taken into a house near by, and Dr. John J. Kobertson was called in, who soon gave surgical aid to the sufferers. The escape was a very narrow one. Ocean View Company.? A copy of a certificate of incorporation and of a char ter granted by the Circuit Court of Nor folk to Charles 11. How land, George Blow, Jr., Charles Harris, Cincinnatus W. New ton, John B. Whitehead, and others, uuder the name and style of the u Ocean View Company," was received yesterday and filed in the ollice of the Secretary of the Commonwealth. The company is formed for the purpose o'f establishing a summer resort somewhere on the sea shore. Wreck of tueMerrimac.? The schooner John McCoy, with a cargo of old iron, con sigued to Messrs. J. R. Anderson & Co., is at present unloading ai the dock. The iron consists principally of anchors and other works from the wreck of the Merri. mac. AmoDg it is a large Confederate banded 200-pounder rifle gun with its muzzle broken oft, it is supposed by the force of the explosion by which the Merri mac was sunk. The iron has been under the water since May 10th, 1862. PARnoxs.? The Governor on yesterday pardoned Granville Depriest, colored, con victed in the Circuit Court of Campbell, and sentenced to sixty days' imprisonment in the connty jail. Also, Elizabeth Har. ris, convicted of larceny in the Hustings Court of Richmond, and sentenced to the pcuikmtfory far throe yvgra, 1 THE DBINHKR'.H FAUN Kt'RDER. Preliminary Examination of James Jeter Phillip*. THE TRIAL TO BE BEKVMED TO-DAY. INTERVIEW WITH THE PRISONER. A very large crowd assembled in the neighborhood of the county court-house yesterday afternoon, drawn thither by the announcement that the preliminary exami nation of James Jeter Phillips, imprisoned on the charge of murdering his wife, would commence at that time and place. A large proportion of the assemblage were citizens of the county, neighbors and friends of th?* accused ; but many more seemed to have been brought out by curiosity to learn the correct particulars of a case which has created such an unusual degree of interest in the public mind. Justice Nettles, who conducted the ex amination, took his seat at about 4 o'clock, and Messrs. Marmaduke Johnson, George W. Thomas, and J.C. Spalding announced their desire to appear as counsel for the prisoner. Jeter Phillips was brought into court at a few minutes past 4 o'clock, being escort ed by Constable Cole and Deputy SberilT George V. Case, who showed him a seat by the side of Mr. Johnson. The appear ance of the prisoner as he entered the court-room was rather prepossessing than otherwise. He appears to be about twen. ty-tbree years of age, and is about five feet nine inches in height. A fine frank , countenance, dark blue eyes, and good features render him almost handsome, j while curly locks, carelessly hanging over 1 the forehead, add much to his good ap- j pearance. lie would, perhaps, be the i last man in all tAe crowd here assem- 1 bled whom we would accuse of a mur der. No "hang-dog" look, no frowning I scowl, nor expression of guilty con- ; science is depicted upon his face, but | on the contrary, at a glance an unpreju- ' diced observer would bo tempted to ex claim, "lie is but a good-natured boy.". Perhaps there was a slight tremor upon his lips, it may be that his cheek did lose for j an instant its ruddy hue, as hundreds of eyes were fastened upon him, and many a finger pointed him out a^ the alleged mur derer; but in an in an iinstant a look of calmness ? not of defiance ? succeeded, and with an ell'ort his eyes were raised, slowly scanning the faces of those about him. A physiognomist would at once detect one , quality written in broad lines upon his | face : a quality which, if properly directed, is a blessing, but which if abused, mav make a man a fiend incarnate. Firmness surely must be one of bis leading traits. The prisoner being seated by his coun sel, Colonel Jobnsuu desired to inquire I whether the court would at once proceed with the investigation of the case. Colo nel J. B. Young, attorney for the Common wealth, he stated had not yet come in, but as he would probably arrive in a few moments the prisoner desired at once to have tho case examined, proceeding as far as possible, and continuing it to-day if ne cessary until Thursday. The court stated that before either ad journing or going on with the case, a- few moments would bo given the Common wealth's Attorney to arrive. In the mean time the Commonwealth's witnesses were ordered to be called. The following names were then called by tho constable : Wil liam F. Drinker, George Drinker, George Turner, Sr., Alfred Turner, B. F. Pitts, K. Pitts, Miss Pitts, William Dowden, II. G. Gardner, Charles Yarborough, II. M. J Patton, and G. W. Turner, Jr. Only j three of these persons answered to their names ; the majority of them, however, were in the city, but were doubtless wearied from a day's journey by railroad. After Colonel Young had arrived, Mr. Spalding, repeating the request to go at once into the examination, Colonel Young remarked that he was not willing to go hap hazard into the matter. lie had just been furnished by the committing justice with a list of the witnesses summoned for the Commonwealth, and had not yet made up his mind concerning the order in which they should be examined. Unless the prisoner's counsel had special reasons for ; urgiDg such haste, he would greatly prefer a postponement until to-day. Colonel Johnson, in behalf of tho ac cused, insisted strenuously upon going to work at once. The prisoner was yet igno rant of the evidence to be brought against him, and it was desirable to know imme diately what testimony, if any, is neces sary to rebut the charges. There was no reason for the delay. One of the assistant counsel then arose and addressed the court in rather an ex cited manner, urging at first that the pri soner should be at onco examined and i cleared of an utterly groundless charge. I The people, he said, had been greatly i prejudiced against this youDg man before the evidence in the case had been heard. Guilt docs not taint from the moment of incarceration, but many in this city seem ed to be of that opinion. The press of this city had, without warrant, tried and convicted the prisoner, and prejudiced an excited public against liirn. The gentleman was here reminded by. the court that he was not speaking on the question under consideration. Resuming, the counsel remarked in a flurry of excitement and with a rapid How of words, that facts would be brought to ! light which would put the press of Rich mond to the blush of shame for their un just remarks and conclusions. II is re marks were very protracted, little to the point, and the cause of his client was pos sibly injured by an harangue so exceeding ly ill-timed. In conclusion, he returned to the point, and united with his colleague in urging an immediate examination. Colonel Young briefly replied that news paper stories and street rumors could have little weight with this court, and the deci sion must depend upon the evidence, and the evidence only. One thing was certain ? an outrageous murder hau commit ted, and the perpetrator musi be Vought to justice and receive the penalty ot crime. He knew little of the facts, and desired to know nothing but what was revealed un der oath. In order, however, that the Commonwealth might have all the facts in the case, he desired a little more time. Some of the witnesses had just arrived in th'j city, and it was necessary that be should see them. Only three or four of them were now present. He moved an adjourn ment until 10 o'clock to-morrow. Colonel Johnson rejoined at some length, referring at first to the remarks of hi?t junior on the conduct of the press. He said that tho public mind bad been much inflamed, and that the press had doubtless contributed to this end by publishing state ments which, though incorrect, they be. lieved to be true. He could not for a mo ment doubt the desire of the gentlemen of the reportorial corps to gife facts, and to state only the truth, but the result was un fortunate. Speaking more to the point, he urged in an eloquent manner that the ex amination of his client should be imme diately commenced. It was importaut that the accused should know at once what testimony to rebut and what wit nesses to summon. These unfounded state ments must be soon repelled, as the cha racter of a young wau, heretelore without a stain, was at stake. Many mistakes bad j occurred abont the murder, and this was 1 probably as great as the others. He re counted the stories promulgated, and urged that this one would prove as ground less. Finally, in an eloquent manner he urged that the earliest opportunity should be given to the prisoner to prove his inno cence. The court, after hearing all the argu ments and rather wandering remarks of the gentlcmon of the bar, concluded to ad journ the case until 10 o'clock to-day, and recognized the witnesses to appear at that time. We refrain from publishing further par tiaulars which have come to our knowl edge, fearing that their publication may prejudice the minds of our citizens more than has already been done by the state ments furnished the press. INTERVIEW OF MRS. PITILLIPS'S BROTHER AXIJ SISTER WITH TIIE PRISONER. About an hour after the ad journment, 1 Miss Roxana Pitts and Mr. B. F. Pitta, sister and brother of the missing woman, having arrived in the afternoon train, by | request of the magistrates visited the jail, j in order to have an interview with the ! prisoner. We give the conversation ex 1 actly as it occurred. The party being ushered into the cell by Constable Cole, Phillips arose and exclaimed : "How are you, Frank? llow are you, Roxy ?" Both drew back, aud the brother ex claimed : " Don't touch him, Roxy !" Phillips re peated : " Don't touch mc ?" and with head hung, retired to another part of tho cell. i M iss P. then asked : " Mr. Phillips, where i is my sister whorp you took from us on the 15th of February ?" No reply. In a moment after tho prisoner inquired when Mr. Pitts left home. The latter ex claimed : " Home ! what home ? whose home ?" No reply was given, but Phillips sat down, and Mr. Pitts continued : " Where is your wife ? Dvl you carry her to Surry as you said ?" Still no an swer. Miss Pitts then asked in tones which would have touched the sternest heart : " Oh Jeter, do you remember what oc curred in our parlor on the 13th of July ?" " A great many things." " I)o you remember Miss Annie Dish man ?" " I think I ought to." " Do you remember when you sat upon the sofa and she asked you were you frightened. You told her no, and asked if your voice trembled when you said ' I will.' You said Em was more frightened than you." The prisoner again hung his head. Frank Pi Its then asked: "Do you re member promising to protect her, saying clearly you would ? " Receiving no reply, Miss Pitts asked : "Do you know that Dr. Baynham is with us ?" " I have heard so." " Can you lace him ? *' " Yes." " Can you face our mother ? " " Yes, I can." " Your mother ? " " Yes, I can face any person," ho an swered, with a slight smile. Miss Pitts then remarked in a low tone : "I left at home a heart-broken mother and sister, who have not tasted food biuco Saturday. You have disgraced onO mother and broken another's heart." Phillips dropped his head, and the lady continued : "Here wo stand side by side, with a just God looking down upon us; can you deny that you murdered my sister.'" " I refer you to my counsel lor an an ! swer to that." I left at home," continued Miss Pitts, : " a mother who wants to know the last j words of her dying daughter ? What did my sister say t" The prisoner was still silent, and the j party rose ? Miss Pitts exclaiming as she looked once more upon the prisoner : " My, God ! My God ! Could ho offer mo the hand that clasped my sister's throat ? " l Phillips turned away, with tears in his eyes. After the party had left the jail, Miss Roxana Pitts described minutely every 1 article of ladies' apparel in Phillips's trunk. Full accounts of its contents will bo revealed to-day. In the meantime, we drop our pen, glad to relinquish a subject so painful, and uniting with thousands of our citi/.ens in the prayer that justice may be meted out, earnestly desiring that nine guilty men may escape rather than that one who is innocent should perish. The Clover Hili, Mixes? Reco very w two Bodies. ? The work on the Bright Hope Mine, the scene of the terrible ca tastrophe of the 3d of April last, is pro gressing as rapidly as circumstances will permit. The bodies of two white men, Joseph Condrey and William A. Cole, have been brought up out of the upper level. They were at work in the extreme northern workings, known as the Mine level, which is ouo hundred and twenty feet above the main workings, and where no explosion took place. From the posi tion in which they were found, they were doubtless making their way to the shaft to cll'ect their escape, when, within one hun dred and seveutv-tive yards of it, they were overtaken by the black damp and died of sullocation. The bodies wyre so much blackened by the foul air of the pit that they could not have been identi fied except from their clothes. No traces of injury could be found on them. The explorations in the back workings of the level from which these bodies have been recovered, cannot at present be con tinued, on account of the presence of large quantities of gas. The lower work ings have not yet been opened. Meetixg ok a Missionary Board.? The annual meeting of the State Mission Board of the Baptist General Assocition, of Vir ginia, was held in the First Baptist church on yesterday afternoon. Rev. J. B. Tay lor, I). D., president ; P. H. Starke, Esq., secretary. The most important business transacted related to the appointment of missionaries lor the ensuing year. The following were appointed. Rev. John Wra. Jones, Lexington; Rev. A.B. Woodtin, Augusta and Rockingham ; Rev. Daniel G. Taylor, Patrick and Henry ; Rev. George F. Adams, Hampton ; Rev. R. D. Haymore, Rev. M. Ilagood, and Rev. W. J. Witherington, Pittsylvania; Rev. E. S. Taylor, Concord Association ; Rev. A. N. Rippetoe, Nicholas and Clay ; Rev. James C. Robertson, Fayette and Ka nawha ; Rev. R. B. Boatright, and Rev. Theodore Given, Greenbrier; Rev. John T. KincanDon, Bristol ; Rev. Gabriel Gray, Roanoke ; Rev. Charles* F. Whitescarver, Montgomery ; Rev. J. K. Faulkner, Hali fax ; Rev. John 11. Taylor, Bath ; Rev. J. C. Iliden, Portsmouth. There were more than twenty other ap plications for appointments in various parts of the St&te, which were postponed to a subsequent meeting. Rev. William Fisher, of Culpeper Court house, was reappointed the General Agont of this Board, and of the Domestic Mis sion Board pf the Soulhvru Baptist Con vention. Fire in Manchester.? Yesterday, at about 1 o'clock, a tire broke out in a frame building occupied by the Manchester Cot ton and Woolen Manufacturing Company as a waste-house, and the building was de stroyed. No attempt was made to extio. guish the flames. The Are is supposed to have originated from a spontaneous com bustion of cotton-waste. Loss not esti mated. Underwood Preaches a Sermon.? On Sunday afternoon last the judge of tho United States Circuit Court indulged a miscellaneous crowd, assembled over Hun nicutt's office, with a sermon, which for abuse of southern peoplo and southern in stitutions is only excelled by his infamous charge publishod to the world a few months ago. The "judge " took for his text the 24th and 25th verses of tho 24th chapter of Acts, and based thereon a most blasphe mous harangue, unworthy of publication in a respectable jonrnal. "We only refer to one or two points which he made? the greater part of the harangue consisting of slanderous charges against the ministers and churches of the South. Tho Metho dists north and south, he said, are as " far apart as Heaven and Hell." He graciously approved, however, of the piety and pro fessions of one Mitchell, who is a northern missionary in this city. After reviewing the' slavery question, the preacher wound up with a few entertaining anecdotes ; after which the meeting closed with shout ing and doxologies. Such an exhibition, from an exponent of Radical dogmas, needs little comment from us. Concert nr the Colored People.? In answer to a very polite invitation on the part of several well-known colored citizens of Richmond, we attended a concert given by tbem on Tuesday evening. Upon en tering we were shown, by a very polite usher, to a privileged seat, and throughout the evening met with the most courteous attention. The concert was given for the benefit of the Cedarwood Cemetery ; and we do not remember ever *o have noticed so respectable and well behaved a colored audience than the one which attended it. The performance was creditable ; and to a person without knowledgo of that natural ear for music and excellent idea of time possessed by the colored people of Vir ginia, would have seemed astonishing. Tho male and female singers all acquitted them selves well, both in solos and choruses. In the latter they especially excelled. For a baud of vocalists singing by the ear, they harmonized remarkably. Scott's orches tra, well known by all the gaiety seekers in town, accompanied the performers, and sustained their well-earned reputation. Tableaux on Church IIill. ? From the pleasant quarter of Richmond, connected with recollections of happy hours, under the namo of Church llill, there comes to our ears a rumor of a projected grand aflair in the way of amusements. Quite a number of tho fair ones of that region, re presenting soveral religious denominations, propose, as wo hear, at an early day to give an exhibition of tableaux vivankt, charades, and statuary, for the benefit of a good cause. A sensation is, of course, created among the beaux and bells of the east and south oast ends by this annoifncement, but we are not prepared as yet to give particu lars. Look at the Rcisa Aye, look at tho rains of what were once magnificent sets of teeth to be seen everywhere in society. Look at then, ti<1 ask yourself if it is not mar velou* that such de struction is permitted, when, simply by using S0/0D05T iiinj tr.'th, huwt <?, r fruyilt, may be pre served from decay or blemish as long as life lasts t je 19? eodlw Murine Intelligence. MINIATURE A LM AN AC? Jl'5E 13, H?7. Rnn rises 1.42 | Moon rises >M San *eU 7.18 | High tide, P. M 5,37 PORT OF K10HMOND.Jr.MB H, 1M 7. ARRIVED. Steamer John Sylvester, Gifford, Norfolk, mer chandise and pissenger?. L. B. T*tum. Steamer Alexandria, Piatt, Philadelphia, mer chandise, W. P. Porter. SATI.BD. steamer Niagara, Blakeman, New York, mer chandise and passengers, 0. F. Watson. Steamer Hatteras, Alexander, New York, mer chandise and passengers, 8. Ayres St Co. Schooner Rising ban, Jones, Bodon, will load with ship lumber on the lower James river. Schoouer Mary Willis, Frank, Baltimore, mer chandise, Curtis, Kiddle It & Parker. Schooner Hornett, , City Point, with .to bacco. BELOW*. Schooner Nellio Brown, Higgln*, from Boston for Richmond, Is reported below City Point, beat ing np. BY TELEGRAPH. New York, June H.? Arrived, steamer KalelKh, New Orleans ; Manhattan, Charleston. Hew York, Jnne IS.? Arrived, steamer Londor, from Charleston. Educational, A Tl'TK, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.-Setw-lon 1"?7.'H will begin MONDAY, September Itf, and end Jnne '^5. Coarse of study as heretofore, and adapted to the object of enabling and Inducing girls to make real attainments in learning, fall information furnished on application. Charges for entire session, in currency : Board, wa*hing, fuel, lights, sad tuition $'.'*0 Music on piano and use of instramei.t SO Drawing. -Sc., at usual rates. Fayme&u half in advance Boarders furnish towels Address JOHN HAKT. M. A., je 17 ? eodts Principal. UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, AT LO CUST GROVE. the former location of Dr. (?essner Harrison's school, one mile and a half from Greenwood Depot, Virginia CeDtral railroad, Albemarle county, Va., preparatory to University of Virginia, in Languages, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and English branches. UMI5KRSITT of ViBfltinA. April 7, 1*?7. In view of oar personal acquaintance with Messrs. H. N. B. & A. J. Wood we do not hesitate cordially to reoiuroend their school to the confi dence and patronage of the public. 6. Maapln, F. H. Smith, (5. 8. Venab'e, J. 8. Davis, i William U. McGntfey, J. B. Miior, M J>?hele De Vere, J L. Cabell, B. L. Gildersleeve, William E. Peters. TxkM*: For taltlon and board for ten months, Including fuel, washing and lights? 1st September to 27th Jone-*275 in currency, half in advance, b tlar ce lot of February. Only two boys in a room . Board In the best style. For circular, address the Principals at Greenwood Depot, Albemarle county, Va. H. N. B. WOOD,? Prlnclt).u Je7? 1m A. J. WOOD, i principals. Physicians, DR. M. L. JAMES (lately of Gooch* land) has removed to Richmond TO PRAC* TICK HIS PROFESSION. Office and residence on NOUTHWEbT CONNER GRACE AND A DAM8 STREETS. ap ia-?m DR. JOHN G. SKKI/TON (late of I Powhatan coontv, Va.) Cilice and rtsldence I No. 512 SEVBNTH STREET, NORTH SIDE. BE TWREN CLAY AND LEIOH. nih 12 100,000 (iRAHLUA,J's The James River Mannfactnrieg Company is now making, in anticipation of the wheat barveet, T11E BEhT GRAIN BAGS ever turned oat in thi? establishment. Call at my oflce, No. IS (in the rear) Fourteenth street, and examine the same. 1e 17? 6w E. B. BENTLEY, Agen?. T> EG ALIAr BANNER, XV AND FLAG MANUFACTORY, No. 3 Governor street, between Main and Franklin. Always on hand and made to order all kinds of RKUaLIA f?r the various orders and societies. JEWELS and complete outiiis for lodges of all kinds. All work executed In the best style, and charges warranted to be ten per cent. lu?a than any similar uunafactory in the United Mate!. Orders Iruin section* of the Stale or UnUai 8?tes will receive careful and prompt attention. Addrets box W7, Richmond poet-otf.ee. ? je 11? dftswtSepS K. Mo DONALD^ 1 )U HE NOKTHI$JiN lt'Ji at $3.50 i*r Jl ton by the ?*^o. J#U W, W*JU>WKU*CQ. THE DISPATCH. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: Ob* "inare, on* Insertion. One *qtiare, two Insertion* 1 *? *qa?r?, throe ln**rtion* 1 7* J*"* ?q*>*r?t aix Ineerttnn* ?? twelv* Insertion*. ? * x?* ?M Booth ..A. * ?? One square, two month* If ?? On* square, three month* ? ?? J Boarding and Lodging ? A SHLAND H O T EL .HANOVER ix COUNTY, VI.? Th* above oM-?*aMMh?4 Hol*l Is now open for tb* accofluaodAiloa ?* FAMILIES and TRANS' EST BOaRDIES for lb# SUMMER SEASON. Brtry *ffort will 6* m?d*U> make this place A COM PORTABLE AND PllAlAIT tOMXlS RESORT for PR1C PR1VATK furnished at short notice on reasonable Orders left at J. R. MorrrcARTLB'* or Htltca bkao & Co.'*, Broad street, will meet with promp attention. ap M-oodtm Ms*. W. A. WTATT. RESORT Proons desiring retirement and recrearoo. FOR BOARD? ....?? PER MONTH. 'RIYATK DI55KR PARTIES or 8TPPER8 BOARD.? A few PERMANENT and DAY BOARDKHS can be accommodated on Franklin street, second door from Ui? corn*rof fcighth, No. 715. '* 17-U T^HK MOUNTAIN-TOP HOUSE. ? . This popular summer resort, situated on tho top of the Blue Ridge, is now open for th* recep tion of visitors. Ills immediately on the line of the Virginia Central railroad, and Is noted for being the coolest and most pleasant retr*at In th* mountains. It has th? advantage of being within Mun honrs' travel of Richmond and t*nof Haiti, in^re. There la a flue CHALYBEATE SPRINU adj tcent. Boarders will be accommodated at the low priee of f 15 per month ; ??JO for children and servants. Every comfort will b? afforded to make their stay pl*a*ant an<l agreeable. JOHN MINOR. ArTow ro*T-orri< e, Va. je M ? lw HOARDING AND LODGING.? I havo 1 ) two unoccniuod. pleasant, and comfort*- a^ M hie front ROOM* suitable for gentlemen or a gentleman and bis wifij, TKAN>I BMTJmJSL BOAUDKKfe will And a pleasant residence with me. LhKOY A. CKBHBHAW, Je 15? lw Mo. *17 Main street. LJUMMKK BOARDING FOR JULY 13 AND AUGU8T With a view of making known the advantages of onr location for a aum mer resort, we have determined to reduce our charges to THIRTY DOLLARN' per month for adults, and TWENTY DOLLARS per month for children ten years old and under. Onr location is the otice celebrated snmm*r re? sort conducted by John S. Cocke, k'*q., one and ? half mile* from Oreenwood depot, Albemarle county, Va. A large study yard, and porchea measuring In the aKgrexate over 100 feet, commo dious rooms, and the never-cea*ln* innriner of two bold mountain streams which flow hard by, and give a perpetual freshness and b?anty to th? landscape, ara amorg the attractions which are ottered to those wishing to visit this mountain re gion. H. N. B. WOOD,) je 14? lw A._J. WOOD, ( roprUtors. Kirk wood house, WASHINGTON, D. C. HKNDLEY A GREENE, Proprietors. This favorite Hotel, having been greatly Im proved bv the present proprietor*, (formerly con nected with the house under tae management of the Messrs. Kirkwood.i is now open (or the accom modation of guests. The patronage of the publto Is solicited. je 14? Sw QT. CHARLES HOTEL, COR* KR MAIN AND FIFTEENTH STREETS. This (li st- class and popular Hotel, having recent ly been thorough ly repaired and newly famished, is now open for the reception of guests. Being situated on the main street of the city, convenient to all the railroad depots, steamboat landings, and principal baslness houses, together with its superior table, comfortable accommoda tions, and fare reduced to f2.50 per day. It is the most desirable house for the travelling public to stop at whilo In the el'y. stages attend all railroad trains and steamboat landings to convey passengers to the hotel. je 12? am W. J. BABCOCK. Proprietor. Monticello house. No. 143rf MAIN JsTRRET, a few doors from Fifteenth, Richmond, Va. Mkp. P. R. STUBB8, Proprietress, formerly ol the National House, Broad street. This house is situated in the most business part of the city, within a short distance of the Tobacco Exchange. cori\ . riient to the Virginia Central and tho Danville railroads, and offers unusual Induce ments to the travelling public. 'I'KRB-i : Onlrv two PQI.I. ARB per day. ' Mil 'O THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. 1 BALLARD H006E, ) RrcnMoxD, Va., May 21, 1*?7. f REDUCTION OF FARE. The undersigned, determined to keep paee with the times Hnd to afford every po.slbl? facility to th? travelling public, has reduced the fare to THREE DOLLARS PER DAY. The well-earned and wide-spread reputation of this favorite hotel renders It unnecessary for the proprietor to say more than that no effort on hU part shall be want ing to make it final to any tlrst-claa* hotel In thia country? NORTH ortJOUTH. It has been recently relitted and n*wly furnished throughout, and nothing that can promote the com foit and convenience of his guesla has 4>een omitted. Grateful for put favors, the nnd*rxlgned sollelta a continuance from his former tv.trons and the pub* lie generally. JoHji P. BALLARD, my 24?1* Proprietor. Richmond house, corner of 00VERNOR AND ROsS STREETS, RICH MONO, VA.?Thla commodious and admlrablv locatei buildiriK. having been thoroughly repaired nnd newly painted, Is now open end prepared to accommodate TKANrilfcNT, HEKAMiBNT, and DAY BO a RPKRS. Tho room* are large, airy, an. I handsomely furnished, the location la central, and combines everything desirable. Term* mode rate. my SI? U Dissolutions , &c. T i M ITE 1) PA KTN EHSHIP'.? q liis ix 1 J to certify to all to whom these present* shall mine that wh, whose names are hereunto sub scribed? to wit, ROBERT POLK, of New r.ti?Ho county, State of Delaware, and W. (J. WEBB, of the city of Kicbmoml and Ktate of Virgin!*,' have entered into a limited partnership for the purposo of transacting and rairyingon business under and by virtue of the provisions of the 145th chapter of the Code of Virginia, upon tho terms, conditions, and liabilities herein sei forth? tow it : The said partnership is to be conducted under the firm ana style of WILLIAM 0. WEBB. The general nature of the business is the manufacture of Soa P and C'A N DLR8, and the sale of the same. The place of paid business is the city of RlcQ inonJ, Statu of Virginia. The general partner ta tin- said William G. Webb, residing in tne rtty r>f Richmond; the special partner it the said Robert Polk, residing in the county of flew Ca?tie, tn tho .State of Delaware. The said special partner, Ro bert I'olk. ha* c mtributed the sum of three thou sand dollar* cm.oooj to the common stock of >aid lirm. 1 lie ?aid partnership la to commence cn tho 3?th day of July. 1*?7, after the making and sign-" log Of this certiorate, and to terminate on the Jctn day of January, 1*?. Witness our hand* and seals this the 15ih day of Jane. 1*67. K?'BKKT POLK. [Seal ] WILLIAM (J. WEBB, (Seal ] City of Rivhmnml, to Wit: J, Edward Y. Can non, a notary public in and for the said city of Richmond, lii the htate of Virginia, do hereby certily that the above named William U.Webb, the general partner of the firm of William G. Webb, roTerred to in preceding certificate. p? r soimlly appeared before nie in said city, and made oath that the sum of *1,000 specified therein to have been contributed by Robert Polk, the special partner therein named to the common stock hat* been contributed, and that said sum hie actually been paid in cash. Oiveri under my baud this, the 1'iu day of June, 1*47. EDWARD T. CANNON, Notary Public for the City of je 18? TtiCw Richmond, V*. NOTICE. ? Thy oo-partnanhlp hereto fore existing between William J. Lvnbaui and K. N. Lynhaui, partners trading an WILLIAM J. LYNIlAM Si BROTHER, w-te dissolved by mo tnai consent on the 1st Instant. By an agreement male and entered into between the parties. Wil liam J. Lynbam Is alone authoM/ed to settle np the buslues* of the lat? firm. Parties therefore indented are re<|tie?t?d to make prompt payment unto said William J. Lvnhatn, and those hddli.g claim* against the said firm are reqaested to pre sent the same to him for payment. WILLIAM J. LYNHam will continue on the front of the same stall. jel*_4t WILLIAM J. LYMIUM. TySSOLUTlON OF CO- 1 'A HTN E R 1 " SHIP -The co-partnership heretofore exist ing under the style and firm of BIDG0OD it RILBY was tills day dissolved by mutual consent. Ueorgo L. Fldijood, having purchased tne interest of Joseph S. Riley, will continue the business on own account. Persons indebted to the concern will pleAe coifce forward and make payment, and th??e baviin( claims against the came will presuct them for set tlement. June!, l#?7. OEOR(;E I,. BID'iOop, succeteor toBiigoodic Riley, 13>3 Main street, Richmond. V*., would re spectfully- announce that he will continue the BO?>K, hTATlo> KRY. AM) PUNo FoRTB BOS IN ESS, aud asks a continuance of the patron age so liberally bcstowel upon the late firm. Ilia brothers, Robert and J<?eph Bldgood, are aaen clued with him, atid will be pleased to serve their friend*. Je 17? ts CO- PARTNERSHIP.? Wo have this dar associated ourselvea together under the style and firm of CCRT18. PaRKKR & R1DDICK. for the purpose of conducting ageneral SHIP BhO. KKttAOK AND COMMISSION I.L'SINKM in the city of Richmond. and have taken an cfice At No. io kigbteeuln street, between Main and C'ary, ?nd respectfully rollc It the patrouaxe 0/ oar Irieude and the public generally. JOHJf A.CUETIi, late of McKowan A Cnrtle. tfBA'AftSfc. Ute agent Virginia Towln* Conuiiy. J on e 7, U?7. __ Je X-liu THK CO-PARTNERSHIP OF Mc Thev solicit a continuation of the patrootga of the ol I firm, as well as a favorable eouaideratlon of the pubho htrlct attention will be given to all matorn pertaining to shlpbn^terage %nd the aale of aeueral merchandise and country prcHlaee. * L McKOWAN. Je S? 1h? RO. A. ARM 1ST BID. OAK SOLE LEATHER for w\o low ty (je UJ U. tt. CUALKUI # 00.