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THURSDAY JUNE 20, 1867.
Are Clerks Officers ?
The clerks in the varlons department*
nt Washington are not officers. The pub
lic Instinct long ago reached this conclu
sion, and without any prompting has deci
ded that they are merely " office-holders."
If they had been officers this latter word
would never have been coined. If they
are officers, then the porters, messengers,
fire-iuakers, water-carriers, and boot
blacks are alao officers ; for they are all
alike mere servants of the heads of the
various bureaus (who are officers), and
may l>e removed at any time, for cause or
for no cause. Clerks are, in fact, depend
ants upon the officers of the Government,
and are no more officers than are the
printers who print this paper its editors
and proprietors. An officer has some sort
of tenure of office ? as, for instance, either for
life, or during good behavior, or for so
many years. But a clerk has no such
tenure ? he is not appointed for life ; nor
during good behavior, for he may be re
moved at any time, no matter how well ho
performs the duties of his position ; nor for
so many years for the same reason. An
officer's duties are defined by law. A clerk
is made to do one thing to-day and another
to-morrow ; to change from room to room,
aud from one kind of work to anothor ; he
may be a mere copvfst to-day, an auditor
of accounts to-morrow, and a letter-v liter
the next day.
Wo hope that General Schofiki/*, who
has proved himself to be mo good a lawyer
by his construction of the reconstruction
acts, will instruct his registers to enroll all
persons who were at one time merely
clerks in Washington or elsewhere, even
though they afterwards engaired in rebii
lion. Governor Pkirpoixt said to us long
ago that a clerk w:is as much an'oflicrr as
tlio man that blacked a secretary's l>oots,
and no more. We have no reason to doubt
that General Schofikld will come to the
same conclusion.
MARRIED.
On the 13ih Intuit, at t?t. Timothy'* church,
Ealtimore county, by the Kev Dr. C. W. Andrews,
assisted by Kev. Dr. 1.. Van Bckkelen, JOHN H.
FoWLEk. of Baltimore county, to NANNIE,
daughter of the lute John H. Mibndree, of frhsp
herdstown, Va. -t*
DIED.
Tuesday, l*th instant, at ten minutes to 5 q'clock
P. M . WiLLIaM il. LYoNS, in the thirty-seventh
vear of his age.
His funeral will talc* place from the First l'res
bvterian (I?r. Moore's) church TLlUKsPAY aF
TKKNuoH at 4 o'clock.
In Ealtimore. on the l.'th in?tart, after a lorg
an 1 painful illne9*, Mrs. M Alii' CALW LL, in the
fifty-eighth y?ar of her age.
On Sunday the l?3th Instant, liUle JIMMIF, in
fant son ot Angelina and Kobert Jennings, aged
seven months
?? Suffer little chsldren to cojne unto me, for of
such is the kingdom of Heaven. '*
Meetings,
SPECIAL NOTICE.? The surviving
O nenbsts of Compiuiy " F" will meet at the *>i -
lice of Mr. John H Montague, on Main street, at 3
o'clock To- HAY (Thursday, June il",) t" at 'end the
lun.jr.il of our Late member Judge William 11.
Lynn*. Jo 2"? ? It
MASONI'' NOTICE.? The mom- Q
l>.*i of METROPOLITAN T.'?I>OK, No. VV
11, Arcitr.t. Free, and Accepted Masons, are /
requested to convene at the Mnsouic Hall on
Broad between Ninth and Tenth streets, THURS
DAY AFTKKNO 'N, at 2} o'r'ock. to attend the
funeral of our late brother Hon. Wt I Item B. Ly
ons. a II of the members of our sister Lodges No's.
10, 14. IP, SS, 51, 63, and 330, are kindly and frater
nally invited to nnitu with us.
By order of the Wor-hipfnl Master,
je 19? St 8. B. JACOBS, Secretary.
SI t i pjti >uj.
t; K NEW YORK? OLD DOMINION
J hTEAMaHIP (JOMPANY.-Tbe
i -vr and e!*fcant side-wheel steamship * - CI'. C?*
ALHLMaKLB, Captain Bot R.iB, will"
leave her w'uarf at Kocketts on FRIDAY KVE
N). SO, June 21, at 4 o'clock. Pa-sengers will please
be punctual to <h*t hour. Faro (including meals
and stateroom), $19. Bound ticket, *20. i-or
freight or passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to SaMOEL aYKE8 6l (JO.,
je io_2t 13 Jo Main street.
Iji()K NEW YORK.? Tlio SARA
TOGA, Captain Ki.no, will r?- J*
ceim freight to-day and all
FKtbAY. i'a*8fng<-*r* must be
board l.y lu o'clock Friday nigLt.KauC&X
Passage, meals include' J, only $12. t xcursion
tick els for round trip, ooly *."o. Freight taken
to boetuii, and through bills lading granted there
lor.
_j*20_3t GARRET F. WATBON.
I70R PHILADELPHIA. ? Steamer
: ALKXAIfbSlA, Captain Piatt.
now ying at her berth on the dock
will receive treight for the above'
port till F hi 1> A Y MPKNlNG, *ist|
mutant at s o'clock.
Pass age, Including m^als an 1 stateroom, $10.
? W. P. PORTER, Agent
je 10 - 3t Otiice No. 2425 on the bock.
Notice to shippers.? The bouts
of the JAMES RIVER A N' T -jnrrrrl*
Kanawha canal comi'an y ? t
will leave the dock as n?ual
prompt ly at 12o'clock M. on TUESDAYS, THURS
b * Y8, and >ATU Kb A Y8. .
Freight and tolls on goods for Lynchburg and
beyond collected on deHvery or pr?patd at the op
tion of the stiippsr. Freight received and deliver
ed at iuy otiice, on the dock.
WsyTieight will not be delivered till charges
are paid.
Boa U locked and insured. . _ ,
je 11- 1* EbWARD DILLON, Agent.
pOLLARD'S NEW PAPER,
THE 80UTDBN OPINION.
8EC0ND NUMBER READY ON SATURDAY.
AN INTENSELY INTERESTING NUMBER.
CONTAINS
THE PRIZB POEM TO THE CONFKDEKATE
ARM J E8? Awarded by the Committee to Paul
11. Hayne. of South laroiina.
A TRIP T<? LEXINGTON, THL BURIAL-PLACE
<?K JACKS"N AND THE HoMB OF LEE ? A
Pilgrim to the Shrine and His Observationa-A
Yi?it to the Tomb of Mom-wall Jackson? The
In which Jackson I. ired? General Lee?
A Personal Sketch? His Attendance at Charch,
Sic.
THE TWO ARMIES.? The Army in the Field and
the Army of Speculators, with Headquarters at
Rlchuioud? General Lee s Appeal for Food for
bis Army? liow Richmond and our Cause was
Betrayed.
I.ITKRaRY NOTICES? By Paul H. Hayne
LETTERS FROM TUB bUBURBS? "Territorial
Motes "?News In and About the City? Wiih
uuich other Rich, Racy, and luteresting Wal
ter. which it is not necessary toeuumeiate.
Persona Wishing the paper can get it by direct
ing the carriers who *re now serving them with
the citv papers to leave it at their residence.
Price, TEN CENTS per week.
VERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION,
(invariably in advance).
One year + l i>0
biz months J 60
INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS.
To any person procuring and forwarding us the
tiaiu?B?f i-n subscribe!* we will send (postage
prepaid) a beautiful picture (toxM) of
OBNEEAL I. EH,
surrounded by a copy of hla
FA K SWELL ADDRESS To lilb ARMY. *
All communication*, orders, ike., mast b* ad*
dresfdlo H. LIVES POLLARD.
Je 20 Box 331, Kichuiond, Va.
"VOTIC'K. ? Proposals (sealed) will be
^ bribe undersigned until tho F1BST
OF JULY ft EXT for LEVELLING THE
FOkTlPlCATl?>NM t o his farm. " Keveille,"
head of Grove road. The work will be 5>aid for as
it proereshee, and the whole amount paid when
completed. Security given and r*<iuired?
Jexe? at __i^]lN 1>- HaM m ersi. r T ._
UKUOND-HAND HODA-WATER AP
PAR aTUN, two Fountain*, Generator, -Ac., f??r
salo cheapx
_ ^ GREGORY Ji CO._
ONE PAIR ftUPKRTOH HORSES,
HARM EKE, end OMN1BUH, for sale at Monu
mental Hotel.
OTIC B.-Mh. "JOSEPH CAKCK
Al having placed hla tooks, notes, and accounts
''*a?i?l| persons indebted to Lint ere re
HMeUd to eellit out office and settle st ores, in
?7i <l??Kreea??!e alttrnative of le
ssi proteedigg , whicu we are Instructed to instl
For Rent.
"?OH HKNT, the DWELLING nonth
' M*ln ?>etw?*n 8#eond and Third ja*
reet*, ron?*ml"K eleven ro ?m?, and out- ??!?
tchen, In now repair. Apply to XJJL
W. IV V.OHINS, Real EMate AgcntT^
j?. 21?81 corner M *in and Eleventh street*.
I' ?OK KENT, the COTTAGE DWELL
1K0 In feldney, on the Gro\? road, con
! tattling *ev?n room*, iust pit In ?ood repair.
Apply 10 W. 11 K??B1NK, _
Real Rotate Agent,
|? corner Main and Eleventh street*.
I?OR KENT, that lar^e and deairahle
. three-story BKICK DW H.LING, *outh
. weal corner Twentyalxth and Franklin ffW
atreete, ( hnrch Hill, containing ten roomi.XJjL
I with gas, water, and wr.'er closets, three-story
! brick kitchen with rang'*, hrlck (table, and the ne
; cessarjr out- building*. The whole premises are In
'the oo't complel-* reralr, with the finest marble
mantels and hearth* throoghoot the dwelling. It
I 1* on? of the moat dostraMe dwellings for rent In
j thoclty, an 1 will fee rented lowtoa careful tenant
B. A. J. (JLOPTON,
Real Estate Auc'loneer,
j? ?0? 3t No. 21 Twelfth street. near Franklin.
1? O R RENT, A THREK-STOm
1 BRICK DWELLING on the east side of
Twenty-third between Main and Franklin
streets, containing ? rooms, kitchen, and,
the usual out-houses. K A.J. CL"PTuN,
Heal Katate Ag*nt and Auctioneer,
Je 21? 8t No.il Twelfth atreet, near Frai klin.
IfOR RENT, tho Inrgo and desirable
BKICK TENEMENT at the cortier of
Third and i'ary streets. It haa about eljjht ff!!?
r.xiiat, In good order, with a large bilckJ^JJu,
kitchf n with four room* In the yard.
le 2o_3i James m. Taylor & son.
I~7K)RR*NT. FRAMED DWELLING
on Church Hill, on M between Twenty
tilth and Twenty-stxtb ItlMtl, containing
fix rooms, with the usaal out-houses, and a
well of good water on the premises. The hou*e
has been thoroughly repaired. Reut low to a
good tenant, ? E. A. J. CLOPTON,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
Je2P? 3t No. 21 Twelfth street near Franklin.
For rent, two-story brick
DWELLING, on west side Second be
tween M.iln and I'ary streets, formerly oc
cupied by 8. 1). I>enoon, deceased The,
dwelling contain* nix rooms. Gas and water on
the promise*, brirk kitchen, and the usual out
builuini:*. Possession can be had at once.
E. A. J. i;LoPTON,
jn 2J_3t No. 21 Twelfth street near Frankl'n.
?OU HKNT, EKAMED DWELLING
en Central railroajl near the depot, con
F
talnlng f. ur room*. To a good tenant the
rent will be low E. A . J. CI.OP TON,
Heal Fs?at? Agent and Auctioneer,
je 20? 3t No. 21 Twelfth street near Franklin.
1 /OR RENT, the HOUSE at present
A occupied by Mr. George L.lihlgood, on
Si ain street between Third and Fouith. Pos
session given immediately. It will bo put in
perfect order. Apply to
je 20 PDRCELL, LAI?D & CO.
FO A RENT.
DWELLINGS
Brick Dwelling north Cary between Fourth ff?
and Fifth streets, adjoining G. W. Hoyster, JU
containing seven rooms.
Framed Dwelling north Cary between Third and
Fouith streets, containing seven rooms.
Brick l welting north Franklin between Nine
teenth and Twentieth streets, containingsix rooms
Brick Dwelling north Broad between Tenth and
Eleventh straots, adjoining Broad-street Methodist
church, containing ten rooms.
Brii k Dwelling Twenty-seventh between Clay
and Lcgh street*, containing six rooms.
Framed Dwelling beyond Buchanan Fprintr,
next doir to J. W. Lee, ?tq., containing six rooms
and large lot.
STORES. FACTORIES. !iC.
Store north Main between Seventh and Eighth
streets, lately cccm-ied by Rouss & Co.
M< re Twelfth between Main and- Franklin
streets, in rear of I> it-patch ollice.
Lirge Factory and Warehouse Cary between Fif
teenth and sixteenth streets.
Factory or Lumber- house on the canal be
tween fifth and sixth streets, and Lumoer-yard
adjoining.
Lumber-house on Byvd between Fifth and Sixth
streets.
Wharf Lot at Rccketts, just below ship-locks,
9." bv 200 feet, running from Water street to the
river.
Lot at south est corner Fifth and Canal streets,
admirably adapted for a lumber- yard.
JjtiVerai'Stabics in di tie rent paits of the city.
OFFICES AND LODGING- ROoMS.
Several Cilices and Lodging-rooms in the Wick
ham building, on Main street, over the ofiice of
R II. M -uiy & ?'o.? beautiful and very desirable.
Several < Llces and Lodging- rooms over National
Bank of Virginia.
>everal Offices and Lodging-rooms in Law
Building.
Lodging- rooms on Main s'reet between Ninth
aud Tenth, over store lately occupied by Robinson
A; Fairbanks. Apply to
URUBP8 Si WILLIAMS,
ieK? 41 Real Fstate Agents.
T70R RENT, a small HRIPK DWELL
ED 1X0. with four rooms, and brick kitchen, M
on Marshall street between x-veinecntli and flvTrs
Kighteen h streets. Rei t moderate. Appl vJlilA,
to J I'LIOS STRAUS 4 c<7T~
_je 18-ts . 5ju Broad street.
170 R KKNT, A VERY DESIRABLE
JL DWELLING for a nicc family, In the
upper part of the honse No. l!i?w on Main be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth streets,.
containing nix large rooms, kitchen, cellar, and
yard, with a.l modern improvement* Th* rooms
are lately newly repaired For particular#, inquire
at _ Mks. B. L. G'AHEN'b,
jo 17? tw 4U2 Broad street.
170R KKNT, THE NEW IRON
1. FRONT BUILDING next to the corner
of Main ani Teuth ?ircets. .Store and base
ment w 11 bo rented separately if desired.
Toiitfu .1 tenant the rent will be moderate. Foi
particulars apply at the apothecary store of
KINDEttVATK* 4 BoCK,
No 5i'l Broad street,
je 17? lw* 0 between Filth and bixth.
FOR RENT. ? We offer for rent the
SECOND and THIRD STUB IKS over our Juj
store, cow occupied by Messrs. W. G. Fer
gu-^on & Co. as wholesale dry goods rooms. JJilK
Suitable for any wholesale business. '1 hese tloms
are certainly the most desirable iu every respect
Thev have "a wide front entrance, possession
given the 1st day of August." To good tenants we
w ill rent them very low. _ ,
Je 15-ts PUTNEY 4 WATTS.
OR KENT, the STORE and FIX*
TTKES complete, on Marshall street be
tweon Fifth and Sixth streets, r.ear the New
Market, now occupied by Mr. John T. Sizer Xi
/ppiv to A. D. TINSLEY7
je 1*3 ts No. 1007 Basin bank.
I ?'OR RENT.? Intend ioj* to remove to
the store No. 517 south sluo of Broad kfA
street, between Fifth and feixtb. offers for
rent the STOKE AH U DWELLING now oc-XJB
cupied by her. For terms, apply on the promises
to Mrs M. J. DAVIS,
410 Broad street, between Fourth and Fifth.
je 13 ? ts ?
I~ji O K 11 E N T. 51 SUIT of ROOMS,
suitable for a small family ( ti rr-t lloor jytL
and basement,) being narlor. chamber, IffW
dining-room, kitchen, and closets. Gasandjljj&
water on the premises. Pleasantly located on
Canal street between First aid Second street*.
Kent low to a good tenant. Apply to Major H. C
i)fcS HlKLl>, on the premises. je 11? tw
STORE EOR RENT.? The large store,
with cellar attached, on Tenth street
near Main, at present occupied by the Car
bon Hill Coal Company. Possession given _
immediately. Apply on the premises. je ?? ts
F
A
F
OR RENT.
TWO TEN EMENTS in Libby Buildings.
Apply to
Je f PALMER. HABTSOOK 4 CO.
I?OR RENT, THE STOREHOUSE
on Twelfth street between Main and *
Carv streets. Apply to
my :t>_ U JOHN GR/KME.
A DESIRABLE FAMILY RESI
DENCK, on the southeast corner of
Franklin and Fottsbve streets, in thorough ff?
repair, is for rent. It contains ten roous,i!4Ji
wi'ti ample accommodations for servants, smoke
house, dairy, stable, and carriage-house, with
larg? and improved grounds attached: at a re
duced rent. Apply to DK. A. 0/ WORTH AM.
my 34~ts corner of Second and Marshall.
FOR REN T~ th6 STOREHOUSE
formerly occupied by the subscriber as h**
a china store. It has good shelving, coun
ters, stove. 4c. ; which will go with theJlJJl
house. It is an excellent stand for any kiuu o
business. The rent will be made very low o a
good tenant.
A l*o, for rent a large WAREHOUSE in rear o
same, suitable for a carpenter's shop. Apply to
J. G. hNELSON, Agent,
corner opposite Ballard and Exchange Hotel*,
ap U? ts
FOR RENT, the superior FOUR
STORY AND BASEMEN T WARE- * *
HOl7s>E in Commercial Block adjoining our
own store This house ha? every conve-.
nienc?, with vi.nlt and safe inside, and has no
superior in the city either In location or arrange
ment Price reasonable. "
mh 19- ts HARVETS 4 WILLIAMS.
\rOTIOE.? The tirm of WILLIAM
1.1 WALLACE St'Ns ceased upon the death of
the senior partner, Jefferson Wallace, in 1864
All datum of debt against that tirm shotiid be
presented, without delay, to me for payment, and
all debtor* should come forward and settle the re
spective sums appearing as due to William Wal
lace ton".
The signature of the firm will be used by me
only in the liquidation r f its affairs
CUARLK* M. WALLACE,
je 20_3t Surviving Partner.
^yiLLIAM WALLACE SONS.
Having obtained the good will of the late tirm of
WILLIAM WALLACE SONS from the surviving
partner, CHABLE3 M. WALLACE, I shall hence
forward conduct my business under the name and
style or WILLIAM WALLACE HONS.
' 1 shall b? pleased to ?ee the friends and patrons
of the old Una at
Wo. ? IKON-FRONT BUILDING,
Govskkob dtbkkt,
where I offer for sale a large stock of WINES and
LIQUORS, Including the celebrated " W. Wallace
Pure Mountain Dew" Whisky.
)*sa-3t 0. A. WALLACE.
T^UPONT'fl POWDER.- loOOkeuH
A* Dupout's Sporting Powder, F, FF. and FFF
t.ioo k*gs Du pout's Blsstlng pow.ier. AUo.Vj.o ?e
feet bat?ty Fuse, for sale by
. . I* 4 8. WORTH AM 4 CO.,
IMtitiff Ag ?uu ier tb? man uia? turns,
Special Notices.
NT AGUE AM) FEVER CONOVEROR, or
Nature's own Keinedy for the cur* of CUILL8 and
FEVER j In tholr worst form, for sale at
WrtOD'8 PHARMACY,
je 30 Fifth and Marshall street*.
WJ" PEACE RESTORED! RIOT* OVER!!
AND
JCI, IDS STOLE,
with his polite cl*rks, continue* to hold forth the
olive branch to all who want
puv goods
at the following low price* :
D P. E 8 8 0 0 0 D 8 :
Mozambique*, handsomest designs, 2o, 15, and JOc.;
Lonoiand Berages, and Mc. ;
Spring Poplin* do Sole , only 35c. :
Lawns, every style ?rd color, only Jo and 2Zc. :
Embroidered iJrensdlnes, the bent selection in the
citr, and all styles of
PRF.S8 OOOD9
ever introduced in the Richmond market.
. My stock of
MOURNING GOODS
is now the Isrgest In the city, consisting In part of
Black Hemanls, Hlack Berages, 10-4 Black Grena
dine for ShawU-the best and cheapest ever
offered.
In the lino of
WHITE 0001)8
I am offering superior Inducements In such arti
cles as
Fine Cambrics, Checked and 8triped 8wlss Muslin,
Nainsook, at all prices.
And also a splendid stock of Irish Linens.
I would also call espi-cl il attention to my stock of
CaKslmeres, which ar- especially kdapted to this
season of the year, which I am selling at real
panic prices.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
Calico for 10, 12), and 15c. ;
Bleached Cotton, 10c., a good article; yard wide,
15c. ;
Brown Cotton, 15 J. 13, and 18c.? bargains ;
Pillow-case Cotton ;
10-4 Sheeting, and all other sorts of Dry Goods, at
the lowest prices ever yet heard of.
The best way to convince yourself 1? to call
early. JULIUS SYCLE,
P13 Main street, between Ninth and Tenth.
The following gentlemen would be glad to serve
their friends :
1UTEK G. CARE, JONAS WEINBERG,
OFOKGE P. BAGBY, GEO. RWaBACHEK.
jelS JULIUS SYCLE.
agr GRAND OPENING OF NEW GOODS
AT MITTELDORFER Si CO.'S, 1009 Main street,
opposite post-ofllco.? We will open and be pre
pared on Monday the 2?th to exhibit for sale our
third supply of' SPRING and SUMMER GOODS,
whic^i have been purchased within the last few
days in the northern markets, and at such reduced
prices that we can afford to offer greater induce
ments than ever ti purchasers. Our Dress Goods
Department Is, without exaggeration, tlia largest
and most varied in this city, and having mostly
been bought at auction at reduced prices, wo will
give such inducements to parties in want that will
certainly he advantageous. Among the different
t xtures we have in color* and qualities, Berages,
Mozambique*, Lenoa, Melange, Poulom, Lawns,
Jaconots, Organdie*-, Grenadines, Hernanis, Pop
lins, Alpacas, Lckdusie, Silks, Sic., iic. To the
above-named department we have given special
attention, and wo will ofler them at prices to suit
a'.l in want.
Onr Domestic and Housekeeping Goods Depart
ment is complete, and at such prices that we will
warrant sati-faction to all in want of same.
Our Gent's Furni-hing Department and Men's
Wfaris larger than it has ever been, and as great
attention has been given in selecting the saiii<\
we will say that tic y will suit the most fastidious.
Our stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Sacks embraces
all kinds and designs in fcilks. Cloths, and Lace
Points, of all qualities.
Our stock of Matting is very large, and of all co
lors, qualities, and widths ; and having been
bought at auction, they will be offered at a small
advance.
Country merchants will find it tothcir advantage
to give u? a cail before supplying themselves.
MITTELDORFER & Co.,
opposite post-ofHce.
We will, frr the benefit of our trade, continue
our store No. 41.1 Broai street, where Sir. Marx
Mittkldobfbr would be pleased tosee hid friends.
)e 11 M. ti CO.
KZTMIEAT DECLINE I. \ PRKES.-Cheap
est Dry Goods i n the City ! ? Tremendous Sacri
fice* Great Excitement *t ISAAC SYt'ELS'S, No.
301, corner of Third and Broad streets. I have just
opened my fourth supply of 8urnmer?Good?. I can
give all who call ;.reat bargains. Splendid quality
Mozambique*, H, 20, jn. J '.'3c.; Embroidered Gre
nadines, only 23c., very cheap : Black and Colored
Alpacas at 25 and 30c , worth 50c.; Black Silk, $1.25,
worth *1.75; 50D pieces Calico, fast colors, only 12 Jc.
Bleached and Brown Cottons, 9, 10, and 12 Jc, ; good
yard-wide, 15c.; New York mills, only 25c. 10? 1
Bleached Wheeling, only 5"c ; F. C. Cotton, full
width, only 25c.; Linen Prill and Cassimere, for
men and boys' wear, 20c. and upwards ; Irish
Linen, aoc. and upward*; 500 Shirt Bosoms. 15, Is, 20,
and 25c., very low ; Corsets, 75e., tl, ant' >1.25 each:
Hoop Skirts, 25c. and upwards; 20 dozen Hair Nets
at 5c. per piece; White Marseilles, 30c. and up
wards; Nainsook Mn-]in, 30c. and upwards ; White
Swi^s, 20c.. very cheap : a largo lot of Ladies' and
Children's Hose a?id Gloves, very cheap; Dress
Buttons. Jet and Bombazine. 15c. per dozen, worth
50c. ; Parasols, t'2c. and upwards. Call and exam
ine my stock in-fore purchasing elsewhere.
ISAAC SYCELS%
No. 301 Broad street,
jo 11 corner of Third street.
*? BATClIELOR'S HAIR DYE-BATCHE
LOE'8 11 AlK DY K.? This splendid II A 1 K DYE is
the best in the world. The only true and perfect
dye? harmless, reliable, instantaneous. No dis
appointment: no ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown: remedies the ill effects of bad dyes;
invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautful.
The genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCHE
LOR. All others are mere imitations, and should
bo avoided. Sold by all druggists and perfumers.
Factory, si Barclay street, New York. Beware
of a counterfeit. je 11
Jtyr BAKER'S PREMIUM BITTERS? A
certain and Infallible r-inedy for Dyspepsia, Ague
and Fever, General l>ebility, & c. For sale by all
druggists in th* elty of Richmond and elsewhere.
Orders pronely tilled by addressing
E. BAKKR, Proprietor,
Box 333, Richmond, Ya.
<
Richmond, August 21, 1X66.
Dear Sir,? I feel bound to acquaint you of the
worst kind of dyspepsia, which I Have been af
flicted with for the last live years, which I feared
would terminate in consumption. After my pby
tician became despaired, I then was persuaded
to seek relief from Baker's Premium Bitters,
which I did, and after the use of the four bottles I
purchasol of you. I became as well as I ever was
in mv life. Mv doctor remarked it had battled his
skill. Nothing disagreeing with me In my diet.
I believe there are remedies for all diseases, but
we ail err in yielding to the confidence of our
physicians. Respectfully, Wim.iam B. Ooodk.
To Mr. K. Buktr, Union Hill, Richmond, Va.
my 15? ts
MW (' HEAT EXCITEMENT I
ALL KINDS OF CLOTHING AND UENT6' FUR
N IS HI NO GOODS AT HALF PRICE.
Business Suits at *7 00
Light Cassimere Suits at & 50
Silk-mixed Cassimere Suits at 15 00
tilk mixed Ca-sim?re Pants at 2 00
Cassimere Pants from 3 00 to $7 00
Black Doeskin Pants at .4 00
Shirts of all qualities from 1 CO to 4 00
Hats from 75 to 3 50
And other goods at prices not to be surpassed in
this city, at ISAAC ORESSTRKE'8
811 Broad street,
my 2o_ts between Eighth and Ninth.
*?T JOHN J. ? ERT1I,
MAIN STREET,
CORNER BELOW THB POST-OFFICE,
is prepared to furnish to strictly cash customers
CARBON HILL COKE,
ANTHRACITE and BITUMINOUS COAL,
and 8AWE0 OAK and PINE WOOD,
deliverable in any part of the city.
No inferior FUEL will be sold on any terms, a
prime object balag to give satisfaction in all cases- 1
my I*? ts
rpo CULVERT BUILDERS AND
i TARPKNTKKS.? Sealed prfpo8?ls will be re
ceived at this office nr. ti I 12 o'clock M.,on SATUR
DAY the22d Instant, for tuildlng the following
Culverts for the city, viz :
A Brick Culvert commencing at Cave acd Third
streets, running thence up Cave to Second street,
thence down Second street to l.eigh street.
Brick Cuiveit on Sixth street north of Clay
street.
Brick Culvert on Seventh street north of Clay.
Brick Culvert on Second street, from Marshall
street to alley between Bead and Grace streets.
Brick Culvert on Fourth street, noith of Duval
street.
Brick Culvert on First street, south of Grace
street.
Sealed proposals will also be received at the same
time and plnce for building a Stable on the city
lot at Clark's spilng.
Plans and specifications of tho work can be seen
at this ollice Tbe Commissioner* of Streets re*
serve the rifcht to reject any or all of thetilds.
By order of tho Commissioner* of Streets gene
rally. \ W. OHL,
Je IP -Id City Engineer.
BARRELS VIRGINIA LIME
on consignment for sals by
j?M ,* WiUUV?U* * BABYII. I
200
Special Notices .
*V~ RICHMOND TRUNK FACTORY.?
Those In want of veil-mad*, durable TRUNKS
can get their napply at factor/ prle?'*, and at the
name time tncourage romr KVTinrRin*. We
keep a roo<1 a*?orf rn<>nt of oor own make on band,
and a'ao make to order nach sty len an the purchaser
may desire, wUh Interior arrangement* to i<nlt
their own convenience. Labor la cheaper here
than In the North, and materials juntas cheap an
In the Norlh. The freight and dray age on ordi
nary ni/? Trunk* will average one dollar apleca;
?o we nave the profit that the northern iuanufactu
rer makes, and tbe cost of freight and drayage.
The purchaser can see by the above facta that we
are enabled to sell BOMS MADE TRUNKS for
mm tban northern TRD1KS of same quality are
aold In this market.
REPAIRING. -We also do all kind* or REPAIR
ING, when, with a anull oatlay, yoa can save the
expense of buying new onen : and while an old
Trunk will not look an well a* a new one, yet It
will be )ust as strong as a new one. We also fix
LOCKS on Trunks.
We have alsoour usual large supply of BOOTS,
SHOES, and 0AITBK8 of the latest styles and bent
? make, made expressly for us, all widths and sixes,
which we are selling much lower than those that
pretend to sell chcap. Our SHOES are Dade with
out wood or paper.
MARCUS II ARRIS it BRO.,
No. 433 Broad street, corner Fifth,
and No. 81P Main street near Tenth.
Trunk Factory at No. 433 Broad street, corner of
Fifth. Je 10-ta
%W REMEMBER THAT SICKNESS AT
theatomach, pain between the shoulders and in the
right side, yellow stiff union of the skin, contive
nesn, drowsiness and langour, dimness of sight,
colic, palpitatioti of the heart, dry cough, low
fever, and other symptoms which indicate tbe
various phases of acute and Chronic Liver Com
plaint, arc, one and all, promptly relieved, and
finally removed, by the action of that famous
preparation
HOSTETTER'S STOJTACH BITTERS,
which is at once the best of correctives, the
gentlest and most genial of apQrlents. an Infalli
ble regulator, and a powerful restorative. Per
sons of a billons habit who use the BITTER8 ax
a protective medicine will never snffer the pains
and penalties of liver disease or bilious re
mittent fever. No words can do justice to its
MARVELLOUS PROPERTIES.
It stands pre-eminent among the health-resto
ring preparations of the age, and every y>'ar adds
to its fame, not only in this country, but through
out the civilized world. je 8? eod2w
gwj" TO FAMILIES,
** PIC-NIC PARTIES,
and all who love a pure article of
DELlCIoUrt ICE CREAM,
at the very low price of $1.50 per gallon !
Determined to keep pace with the age in my bu
siness, and to serve my old patrons and the public
with the best of everything In my line at tho
smallest profit, I have this day reduced the price
SUPERIOR ICE CREAMS
to $1.50 per gallon, and respectfully invite the at
tention of families, parties, pic-nics, etc.. to this
reduction, with the assurance that all orders will
be filled with promptness and fidelity.
Send in your orders to
ANDREW ANTONI,
1105 south side of Main street,
directly opposite National Exchange Bank.
je 3? '.'in
WT B. STACY A- SON,
1310 Mais btrekt,
General Upholsterers and Dealers in
CABINET FURNITURE,
BEDDING, CARPETS,
PA PER- HANG IN OS,
WINDOW SHADES,
OILCLOTHS, Sic., ic.
Agents for Eastman Sc Rogers's Patent Portable
FOLDING FAMILY BEDSTEADS
a good thing for econoruozing space. Call and see
them. je 11
fri; GREAT SAC RIF1CE IX DRYGOODS!
LARGE STOCK JUST OPENED AT No. ?20
BROAD STKEST. CORNER OF SIXTH.
FOURTH SUPPLY THIS SEASON.
Dress Goods for less than coat of importation.
Full assortment of Domestics at panic prices.
Mlk Mantillas, Bera^o Shawls, and Parasols far
below cost.
Irish Linens, Linen Drills, Hosiery, and Gloves,
in abundance.
Large lots, bought at late New York auctions at
immense sacrifices, will be sold eqnalJy cheap at
ISAAC HUTZLER'S,
jc 11? :JyS 52!' Broad street, corner of Sixth.
#0" SELLING OFF AT C OST. AM)
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
Owing to the feeble condition of my health, I
have determined to sell otf my entire stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, Sic.,
AT GRKATLT KEDl'CED PltlCES.
The stock comprises a fail assortment of rkh
and desirable Dress Goods, Linens, and House
keeping Goods ; Bleached and Brown Domestics,
Shirtings and Sheetings; Cloths, Cassimeres, and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods ; Hosiery and Em
broideries, Silk and Lace Mantles, Shawls.
kc. ; to all of which we would rcespoctfully call
tho attention of our friends and customers, assu
ring them that this stock will be sold oat without
regard to cost. J>?HN C. MILLER,
Je 14? ts corner of Main and Ninth streets.
MIT JOHN C. SHAFER U CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 1 Exchange Building, Fourteenth street,
RICHMOND, VA.,
have Just received a FRESII SUPPLY of
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, and TESTINGS,
of the latest foreign Importations, and moet ap
proved and fashionable styles.
SHIRTS and COLLARS of the best make always
on hand. ap 10? *m
R0B1RT H. MAl'RY. JAMES L. MACS!,
ROBERT T. BROOKS.
R. H. MAURY 4c CO.,
(SPTABLI8HKD IN
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
No. 1014 Main street,
first hoase below the post-oBce,
Rrcnuoirp, Va.
STERLING EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SILVER,
BANKNOTES, STATE, CITY, and
RAILROAD BONDS and
STOCKS, he.,
bought and sold on commission.
DEP08ITS RECEIVED and COLLECTIONS
MADE on all accessible points In the United
States. fe 7
nr WE HAVE AN ARTICLE JlSl* AS
good as that, many persons will tell you when you
wast to buy CHALFANT'S COCO CREAM. Do
not Le put off In that way, for every respectable
druggist keeps it. _ je is
9W DITCHER'S LIGHTNING FLY
KILLER will certainly exterminate these pe?ts if
its use is persevered in. Beware of bogas Fly
paper, which some dealers keep because they can
get it for nearly nothing. Don't be swindled. Ask
for DUTCHER'S, which is sold by all live drug
gists. Je 11? lm
IRON ! IRON ! !? 210 tons English Ke
nned iron, partly our own impoitation, em
bracing a fnll assortment of
Round and Square,
Flat and Hand,
Oval and Half-Oval,
Half hound and Scroll,
Horse-sbt * and Nail Rod.
Hoop and Sheet, Ac *Ac.
10 tons Swede and Country Iron, assorted.
ALSO,
Naylor's Cssteel, square, octagon, and tiat :
English and a m# r can BiUtered fated,
German and Spring Steel,
English and Russia hheet Iron.
Block Tin, Spelter, Zinc., Ac Ac.
js IS? Itawlw I. A S. WORTHAM
D RE S8-MAKING ? REMOVAL.?
The Mls?e? K. k A. PLACE have n-noved
'heir DREHK-MlKINQ establishment to ft'o. sis
Broad street between Eighth and Nluth streets,
over the ?U>r? of Messrs, Courtney 4 don.
Je U-lw
Auction Sales .
THIS DAY.'
By I. Oathrlght, Anctloneer,
No. Mil Main street, bttweon Fourteenth
and Fifteenth.
FTMK FURNITURE, BKDDIXO,Ao.,
DRY" GOODS CLOTIUIM, HOOTS,
*<?.. *T AUOTioN.-I will noil atmy stnro THIS
(Thursday) MOBSISfl at 10 o'clock an as?ortm?>nt
of FIJkNjtUKB and HOUSEHOLD Articles gene
rally, comprising nomo very nice, anions which
ltr" 4 BBAt'TIFUL JENNY I.INn BEDSTEA DS,
MA HOG AH V SIDI HOAKDS,
WALNUT TABLES,
BUKBa&S,
CHAIRS,
MATTKESSES, he.
iA LSO,
A fine lot of
DST OOOP8,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS.
PHOKH.
FANCY GOODS.
je 2 o E. GATHRI PITT. Auctioneer.
By I. N. Cccke,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Seventh street between Broid and Marshall.
Household fur n i tit r e, <*<??
AT AUCTION. ?I will sell at my store od
THURSDAY MORNING, the 2 th Infant, a lan<?
variety of HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FUhAl
TUKK, consisting of
Mahogany and other Wardrobes,
Bnresns. Wasbstand?,
Walnut Rockers and ?tbcr Chairs,
Cottage and other Bedsteads,
< ne handsome Chamber >? ult,
Fine Hair and Shuck Mattresses,
Excellent Feather bed? and Bed Furniture,
Cooking Stoves, &c.
A IarK? lot of Ladies' Dree.- Trimmings,
Dry Goods, Shoes,
Notions, &<?., Ac.
Consignments solicited, and received np to hoar
of sale. I. N. COCKE,
je 19? 2t Auctioneer.
Stoves , Tinware, Se.
The "nhephekd" cook stove,
for wood.
je 20 OREOPKY & CO.
rpHE "AKBITER" COOK STOVE,
1 for coal and wood. . ??
je 20 OREQOIi\ A ( O.
TOOK! KEA.D ! !
1 havn now on hand a full assortment of 8TOYF.S,
suitable for summor use, which are warranted to
give perf-ict satisfaction.
ALSO,
a full assortment of TIN WARS and HO USE- FUR
NISHING Goods, which lam selling low for ta;-h.
GAS-FITTING,
PLUMBING, an l
TIN HOOFING.
promptly attended, and ail kinds of Stoves neatly
and citiickly repaired at
1 JOHN Ii. MOUNTCASTLF/S,
'e U No. 620 Broad street.
Lost , Strayed , and Found.
STRAYED, about two mohthsago, a
small DARK KKI) Kl'U>LO COW,*t*
left car cntto a point, w;tn -mall _v fl
(.nor rn back. A liberal reward will be
piiid if returned to 3i6 Main fctreet, be-mz-j&ZsC&i
twenn Thinl ar.?i Fomt h. j<*
Qil) ItEWAKD. ? Lost on Sunday,
O 1' ' June 10:h, on Monroe street between Br >ad
and Franklin, a DOUBLE-CASt ?OLD WATCH,
with ? h' rt fob rbslri attached. For the return of
which I will nay the above n v ard, it left at ibis
office, or at the wood yard oi W.J.I) DOW*
next to the corner Flr-t and Broad. Je H'? ?H
XJOTK E ? r'anio to my house at the
extreme end of Fourteenth street, near 'lie
Richmond and Danville railroad, a small I'lO,
about four months old. f ho owner is requeued to
c< ine forward, i>ro\e property, imv char***, and
take it away, |je IP ? J oLIVfciR tfAVHK^ .
ma E SUBSCHII KK 11 ? VIMi \ i v I)
X a TIN BOX stolen from him containing vsri
OU8 SECURITIES, a-? deocribed below, cautions
ail persons from buying or receiving the same,
having been titkii to jTovvfit their payment
and to obtain renewals
Virginia -tate coupons of 1* 1 each on N??s. ?>"??, ?* ?>
?tl 627, 829, ? 31, I, P Lol . 1 154, I. J'-. 1 470,
1,4SI, and l,4nfl, Unpack July, lsoo, and Janu
ary, i$"7 ; v"
Same coupon of fl50 on due July, and
January, 1M7 ; N - , * , ,, ...
Same coupons for ??")?) *oscli^>n !'ie following no
numbers, due .Tti Jy , lsoff, ifMJanuarv, l-?7 :
j. 2 I' 57 557<) 67C5
3S59 Ci(l 7l'39
675 3*60 fSi'J 7<'P
091 3 ""51 G-r-a 707'?
fi?5 3">2 fCw/ 71' 1
097 3*03 5d0^ "."5*1 "??.J
1C52 3^14 5fCJ v 766')
1054 3*i?7 51W? 7C-;t
1055 3iU7 5611 . 7802
14 J, 1 3il.l8 5612 % 76??3
IbI'2 3U3X 6?JI3 7f76
1505 ?:? ?0 Ci>t4 76tt?
10C0 SMI 6,!15 76 O
17>>ij 4i?so fs?3 7<W2
1S3J 4i'?5
2i 44 4 ! i 7 fHJ5
2,49 4163 6M5 7810
2051 4263 ? CHX5 7<t5
2,31 4-^5
st;
2052 J200 6('19
23? 7 4iS>
242 J 4757
2427 47?7 ?210 S236
24fc< 4i't5 fl'^'3
04;,!) 41172 6l'-4 84i'J
2503 4 00 Mil ^.7"<
2725 1 So03 01H 8?7i>
2)123 8261 04 U 80 <0
5563 OK 16 8?'<1
Sr.30 55';i oatl
31.3 5->65 0^15 s"'2
31S9 6500 fls3!t 0012
373-4 65H7 67ll !'">i
3702 5564 0714
37113 656:) 0762 WH
Virginia SLjate Coupon Bond*. N r>? . l,s..7 an l
1,99s. ?l ;teil January 1, 1 "<<10, for i: oeach, n.tL;. i
th* coupons cn them.
Virginia Mate Keif'st^red Certificates No. Id, Ja
nivary I. 1><M, forfcC '0, in my ? aoi?
VI rziuia Statu Fructiou&i (Jcrtlticate, No. 31, for
*2-< 04.
Virginia State Fractional Certilicate, No. 32, for
*05.
Virginia Stato Fractional Certificate, No. 3?, for
?55.su.
Virginia Statu Fractional Certificate, 2io. 739, for
*10.
Virginia State Fractional Certificates, N oe . 33
and St> in tne name of E. P. ami J. P. Taliaferro,
trustees, cftcb for ??<).
Virginia ? antral Kailroad Coupon*. No?. 31, 3'/,
33, 3 1, and 35. for tiO oach, due J uiy, 1*87.
S line Coupon for ?77 So. No. 36, due Jnly, 1?J7.
Same Coopon for^2o, No 20. du* July, 1-S'i7.
Virginia Central Railroad Certificate, No. I, for
$J'!3k
Virginia Central Railroad Certificate. No. 43, for
?41.10.
Virginia Central Bai.'roaJ Certifltato, N-> 23 f?r
?M4, pa; able to J. P. Taylor for John K. Ui.liat
& Co
Virginia and Tt.nnesseo Railroad f'ompmy Cer
tificate, No. for *tio, dattd March 7, i?>7.
'J' wo Registered Bonds of the trustees of the
town of Manchester, dated December 8, 1443, for
*3 or,o each.
Two do. do., dated December?. 1*15, for *6.
<?ne do. do , dated October -7. l?jJ, for $1,000.
Ono do. do., dated July, ltf, l*^, for *5 wu.
One do. do., dated July 1, 1855, for *2,sno.
One do. do., da'ed July 1, 1*J3, f< r $2,2uo.
Bond of geth Halsey, February 2d, 1?67, payable
to John K. Oiliiaf & Co., for
Bond of Do?-. P. Halecjr, February 2*, 14S7, pay
able to John K. ciilii.it & Co , for ???.000.
my 14-Ta?m JaCQQEMM P. TAYLOR.
VfOTICE. ? Application will Im? miule
at the proper time for the renewal of a certifi
cate of one shire of -.jock in the Richmond and
Danville Hail road Company, No. y, for ?loe, which
ratd certificate has been lost or mislaid.
je 12 ? W'2in ALBERT M. AKIN.
iMFTY DOLLARS KEWAKh ? Sto
len from iny pasture flel I. nrar Conrad's
V
St^re. Ko< kingham cunty. on Wednesday nijht,
the 12th of J une, two HORSES? one an iron gray,
six ye :rs old, and l>r tided on the l?ft *h"0ldi-r
wit 1* tii" letters " H, R ; ' paces ai d rid. n v.-ry
well. No other marks . efollectfd. I lie oth?r N a
darker iron ?ray celt. thr*e years old, hardly t.i i
d.e wise, w ,th a light e p t nearly under the Oel y,
and abont sixteen hands high. I will gi\e the
above reward for both, or *2> for either, or for in
formation so that 1 can g?t one or both. Addr?ss
tne at ?' Koade.de, Rockingham countv, Virginia."
jelH ? at A. C. BtiAR.
T OST, SATURDAY EVENING, J,,..
J J tween our store and MK. Cringan's residence,
corner of Tenth and Clay street-*, several oPfcN
LETTERS, as they can be of no value to any one
but ourselves, the tinder will niea?" leave "them
atonrstore. GORDON k CR1NGAN,
Je 11 Pearl Block.
(|l*j Madam k GEROT, J)]/3
FRENCH DRESS AND MANTILLA MAKER,
No. P13 Bajk htrebt.
[jel7? I5tj
100,000
GRAIN BA<;S.
The James River Manufacturing Company is
now making, in anticipation of the wheat harvest,
THE BEf-T GRAIN BAGS
ever turned out In this establishment.
Call at my otllce, No. 1* (In the rear) Fourteenth
street, and examiuo the same.
]? 17?iw E. B. BKNTLKV, Ag*n>.
i> egalia, banner,
IV AND PL AO MANUFACTORY,
No. 3 Governor strest, between Slain an I Franklin.
Always on hand and made to order all kind* of
R KG * 1.1 A for the various orders and socujite*.
JEWELS and complete outfits for lodges of ull
kinds.
All work executed In the best style and charg. s
warranted to be t*n per c?nt l??* iUan any similar
manufactory in the United Mates.
Orders from section- of the Mate or Tivited States
will receive carefat and prompt attentlou.
ACdress box W?7. Kichmoud post-ottlce
Je 11? dlswtSep3 H. McDONALP.
For sale, the key, stock,
WILL, F1XTPKES, AND LEI K of ?
t ONfECTIrtNKRt hT.-RE, centrally located In
thla city, and doing a good business. Went low.
Apply at this office. > je 19? 1?
AKSOLE LEAT11EK for huIo low
bj LJe 14J 0. H. CUALIOIII * CO. ,
0
Auction Hales.
FUTURE DAY.
by Harrieon, Ooddln* Appor^on, Auctioneers
and K-nl Estate Amenta,
T A RGTB ANDlrELWOOiTIO)
1 i PRICK TB2IBMFNT. OS TH v. HOCTff HIDE
? F mVksHaLL HhTWBBN JBfPERKOJf A.NlJ
MADISON STREETS, Foil SiLE AT AUCTION.
Will ho sold at auction, on the premises, on KD
NESDaY the Stfth June. 1^7, at 5 o'clock p. M .
the large a'id well- located HRiCK TBKEM BnT
recently In tli * occnp\i cy of Mr. Bnrw.l J'>nei?
TtiO lot has a front o? fe?-t, and a depth of '35
f(?et to a w de 1 ? ?* y . The dwelling contains nine
or ton r* oifiH, ImiIu ^ brick kllchin, fitibl**. c*ir
rUite-house, Ac., and the whole prernisss are in
comfortable repair. Po<**sslon ''Iven at ones.
Tbhvm Cue fourth cash ; ba'snce at four,
' e 1 if ht anl twelve months, for negotiable n< te?
! with interest added, ?ecired br a tnuj deed. Tbe
ij>xr? and Insurance of 1#?7 to be p?)d by the pur
1 ctn*< r HiiiKlSON. GODDIN ot iPPERHON,
1 j j 20 Auctioneers.
By ?. B. Cook, Auctioneer,
Corner of Governor and Franklin streeti.
Household ""furniture, Ac.,
AT AUCTION _on FRIDAY ihe 21st instant,
at j > o'clock. 1 will sell at my s'ore an assortment
I of QKNTUKL HOUhtlioLO FURNITURE, cou
1 slatinfr of
2 COiTaGE CHAMBER SUITS, with marble-tcp
MA%Ga'vY PEHIETARY and BOOKCiSB,
1 M A H"G A N V Si >F AS and CH * I RS
I MAHOUANY and WALNUT MARBLE-TOP
WASHSTAN US.
MAID ' ? v > V M \RBI.E-TOP CENTRE TABLES.
M AH' GABY SIDKBOAKDS,
CaNE and WOi>D sEaT CHAIRS,
1,f T'NGKS, I EDSTEA OS.
EXTENSION and DINING TABLES,
BURBaUS. KBW maJR and fcHUCK MAT
'I REsSEP, COOKING-STOVES, Ar , Ac.
jo20 E B. CO<?K. Auctioneer
HTiiH CONSTABLE'S SALE.? Will
. be sold on FRIDAY, June 21*t, 1??7, at 10
| o'clock A M., In front of tbe H;?fh Constable'd
I olHce, fh? following property, to wit:
I OKF.CB CHAIRS,
RHOW-CAhKS,
I ar,'e lot LAMPS and FIXTURES,
CHaNDi- i.ieks,
OIL CANS.
Ln' f,f SEWiyn. MACHINE TOPS,
I.. GR- CECILS,
CANDY .1 ARS,
SM"K!NG Tt-BACCO, n
l.ot B ? LB COTTON,
P. PPEK.
WH K Kb BARROWS,
One ba rrel CALCIN E PI. ASTER, Ac . Ac.,
to satisfy distress warrant* and attach m?nts In my
Lands. A. K. CRUMP,
je l!*-3t H. C. C. R.
By Pllkinton, Pulliam A Co ,
Auctioneers, Commission Merchants, and Eeal
Eotato Agento, No. 13 west Pearl street.
X^OR SALE AT AlfcTTON, A VERY
r VALUABLE 8IXTY-UORSB POWEK kn
urNE, &<? In pursuance of an order Issued by ?5.
K. CI anihers Ju'jf* of tbe Circuit Court of the
connty of ( h stertield, on the 11th day of April.
l-;7, in a suit pending on the chancery side of s?id
Court, wherein Mary B. Clopt'jn. a mlnlstratrix',
,i nd 1 harli ? lie tUam are plaintiffs, and John P.
Nystr m. survlcii ; partner of Wystr in A Clopton,
[ is defendant, by wnich I wa-t appointed recoivt r
! of the pr. p-rty of ^ai.?J parltier hip, wi:h powers
1 to sell the ssn". I shall pr c?ed to s'll at pnbli?r
auction, at 12 o'clock M , on SATUuDA Y, Xtd <>f
; June, lv ;?t the Con IC'e ''o.tl ilino', If fair: if
not, the next Mr dav t' ert-aflvr, one v?rv valua
ble MXTY lI'iRSE 'POWER STKaM ENGINE,
wi'h tbrf" BOILERS ari I two WATER PUMP*, alt
in c mpli-te or ler, and all the *11 S a^d BRK'K
SVOKK aliou' the entfino; oneTlIRNINO LATHK,
I t rn* HYDRAULIC RAM a lar^e amount of IKO.m
PikK. OLD IKoN.and other articles. Ail dUpa
ted points sibout the titi? to sai l engine ha\in^
j bueu seitle-i, th" sal.) will take place without re
. serve. Possession will be nl?en iminedijtely.
Tkkm- : ?'no-tbird CHfh : balance appioved ne
i ^'otiatil- not?-s. with t? tere-t at ?> and lii months ftT
all suiii> over i2oo. Tortus for smaller sums made
l\ no w ii at -ale
THOMAS G. JACKS >N. R.-'Cirer.
Sa'.> cond acted by Pilsiitox, f ri i.iam A Co.
JeH-tda
By ?. B. Cook, Auctioneer,
Corner Govornorar.d Franklin Btrceta.
p ARf ? " j.onT- uonnin'o v at
J> AUI Ti y.-' II PR DAY, list instant, at 4
o'clock I'. M , I will *ell;:*sb? lie* In the Brck,
? rpixwite tbe Richmond ; nd York Kiver railroad
I depot, tbe a ;?<>. l "LOMA C'itiHUlO,"
rnemuri' K In .'ir-t rite order, having b??en
built or tlie very best material, In a workmanlike
manner.
ALSO,
TtroLWIGK TARPAULINS, In pood order, to
geMi-r with ?!' th ?> nee, s-ary ropes and tat Me.
T Ml MS : Llt'ti il ? Ld m i-i"' known at t'nn of sale.
B. ( ooK, * uctioneer.
Norfolk I>>iy pita i publish and bend bill
to 0,it oliice. Jo 1S_
By E. A. J. Clopton,
Keal L tale A^< nt and Auctioneer, No. 21 Twelfth
street, near Franklin.
"itefc ? - !?:, n ilA T DEST n A BL E
JTJS?W0-?TI \' BRICK DWK'.LINH on Tllr.
>(if F F.'AiXK.-'N, WKKN TWF ?
TV TMIi-'ti ? >1 D TWfcM'Y-I I '-.TII sTfiKbT^.
AT 10 TlON ?I will offer for s^ie at nclnnon
the preniia . on FRIDAY, the SUtjtay ol Jo'te,
1 -7, .'t ftvf'clock I* M., r>>it pi- isatitly loca:-?d
two ?u>ryii ' .. DWEM IN(I. as at"ve tfescrl'.ed,
n w n the < j 'i Wil lM Meagher, Brq.,
ci>'ital in^t r"4N-"? wiih f>',is 1,1 d Fater on tlio
let 'i lie \-hol i fW??uis^s are In compete order,
and ihe n' i"?f try ont-house* arc on iho lot. as
ilt? ower inti n'ts teuvir j tho city, the property
will be sold without r?s rve Parlies whhlnc to
r.ik-> a pr.'ti it'll ? iriV'-tnijnt w 11 f; u t it to their
Interest to a'tend the ale. 'j he lot fronts tu-fMy
r-ix i ?t ?ni Fraiik in -treet, riinrilnsp back between
parallel Itri-.s one hundred fett loan aliey nine
(?: ,t wide.
Tfcuvs : ('no fo.irt!i cii-h : l> ilanco at "i.';iit. s' *
t ?< n {< ii 1 ttPenty ? four rnon' nr., for nepi'' i?t>ie if ' <?,
with i nt t> rest adib-d , ainl a ti ust dretf t" s^t-ure the
d.;f"rr. I paymen's. Ihe laxts tor ^ ?" to bd paid
by the purchaser. E. A. J. CLOPTON,
*jel7-,l Auctioneer.
I'y E B. Cook. Auctioneer,
Corn- rot Governor and Franklin streets.
n v v r ituf. o !?' a i ) !?". i ; d of tkust j
? J f?rii'.?l l>v f'lr; rl?-?H. Wynne to the nnilcr- '
? ! a - tru-;. ? ,r c<>rd*d in th? otiice of the J
li Mat i l < ",:t of the lily i.f IhIuiiOIiU, Hill Hi ,
thu r. j is i ?.f it. > r roa! I. ?Si**y trill pro- I
c?? =?<i to ??.>* I At public auction < n 'FUKSDtY t ?:? |
21 <U?< t July. .it 1 1 o'clock A. M , at the printing
ollicei't tl: - l'l Wy mi**, on thu corner of Four
nei.lii ami Maiiist:* t*. all the prop. Try convey. -d
by ? .till deed, COItslKpPg Of th'! following, to wii :
IN Trlli PRESS-ROOM .
2 Tavlor's ?uaII Cylinder Presses, SIxW inches?
t'i se Piei-M** natre bein In ui but a shirt
t i ??!?*, and^ro a* k od ??* ri?*w ;
1 A <1 >i i:>< n->v put 'lit B->ok 1'iv-s, j. Ixllj incuts;
1 Adam* ri' W patent Boiik l'ii-??, 2'Jvli Inches ;
1 Adam* n*w patent #>? ?? k I'ipss. jiltlnyies;
I "i*r l"H I> 1 !>>?, I.xi4 inch*-*;
1 Gordon Card I'r- - ?;
I >0. Inipi ria' Wu-hing'on Hand Pr-ps.
Thco Presses h*ve been tv^il k?pt and are in ?x- I
cel. ''lit oidei', a .id will do ilrbi-cia.-s Uoi k and J<>b '
work.
1 Hoe's Papor (.'utf^r,
IK" ?'le? Carl < ii'ter,
I Hoe's 1'ry Press,
I live-lo r-e hteaui Engine, with Holler, Shaft !g.
Pulleys, 8U am Pl( ? ?, &e, with ll'ller Moul Js.
Papt* r H< .ird?. & c., A'1., itrid all the furniture of
a press-room.
IN THE COMPOSING ROOM,
very heavr f- ? ri t - o? the following Types:
Small Pic 1, hontf Primer,
Bourgeoise, lir> vier,
Nonj.ar-il, A^aiu,
Together v/ith lar^u snpplieu of
Rules. Lend*,
Galleys, Jtetal Furniture,
i IllJ.Oling Stones.
Chases, F? nt Cabinet*,
Maids, Cases,
and everyiblng i:ece??ary for the printing of b<>uk?
and newspapers on an <<xteii*ive ncale.
Til K JOB OPKIOR
embraces hundreds of fonts of Job TYPE, inclu
ding most of tin new stylos which have been
Issued from the foundries' since the wsr, toge'her
with Racks, Cabinet*, Kul> s, hiuxs. Lead*. and. in
fact, cvi ry rv|Uirement f< r a HrBt cla?i? Job Pi ,nt
in< tttlce.
Tkkms of sai.? : PuniH of tKo and less, cash;
over that amount, one fourth cash ; balance on
two, fonr, aril *\x iii 'n'hs' cr^d't, tvifh approved
endorsed lu^ot al>l?* n> tes, Intsrott added.
VTJLLUM B ISaaCtf. ^ Tmn uad
JO 15-tdl J' >IIN W. B8ANSPORD, J _
rPHUSTEK'S SAIjE OF REAL AND
1 PKI..SOVAI. PROPERTY? By tlrtae ofadec l
of trust ox* cuted to ium by Isaac V. Cole, bearing
date 2lih February, l*?st x n <1 duly rncorl??d In tbe
ci?rk s ottice of toe Halifsx County court, being
thereto r. nuected. Isli?U expos? for sale a' public
auction. < u the U h day of Jnt.e, 1^7. In the town
of ileadsvlle, Halifax coanty.Va ,at 11 o'clock 31.,
the following real and^ersonal Property? trli., a
c?-rt iin LOT in the town of ^feadsriile conUinlr g
TWO ACRES, wi'li a bandsoute DWULl.I j(J and
other necm ary 'jiiildli'KS thereon : also, the
us'.ul Ht'USKHULH and JCiTCIiEN ?TK.tlTUhE,
Including "iie ..x :ell?'ut rlANo-FoRTE.
Tkump1 ; 3Iade known on day of i>le,
TH'imas lUTCIIKK, Trustee.
The above pal* will be iuad? furili#* j>>yni? ntof
a debt du? by negotiat-le iiot?? for tl.OtO, which
note is subject to a reduction of the auiount
due bein^ f with Interest fr ?iu i*'h April 1 ^04.
The real ost.it e will be sold subject to the dt'Wer
rixht of 31 rs. Isaac N. Cole,
je 10 T. HATCH HR, Trustee.
Th?* ahove sale is iK>stponed until THKKf>^Y t !ie
SStli in-ttnt. T. HATCH KR.
je 11-KWtils Trustee.
HUTHFRLAND, flUXMAKKR,
l ? Rlcliino- ,1 V.t., Imiiorter aini n.anufactirr? of
Pi?tol?, Guns, h 1 ties. Pocket ' utl^ry, Fishing
Tackle, Basa-balie snd Bais, GuaiOMiers' mate
rial, etc., has just racclred i splendid H?sor'm nt
of si 01 t'luen's ar. icl.*s. eonslstini; in part of
I ooble and >ii gle Quris, FowCer r asks, Cap*,
Powder, liame B*?rs. Shot of all sl/es,
Halls, rapt, Cartridges, Ticklers,
Ivory, Pearl, and Mlvcr-mouuted Pistols, oujj
to seven barrels ;
Fish Hooks, Lines, hods, Files, Bankets, etc ,
making h Is a-?uritn*'nt complete; and re>pectfuily
invit.s Ids lriends and the public to give hiiu a
call at ?>'?. Uus 3t<tia strest, near the corner ?<f
Foutteenlh. |? 11
V?I(KiT BARGAIN Tim und^r- ?
signed, wishliig tuclisM their business, ? ? It r !
or bal*> at Kf'-atly reduced prlcen a lot of I'RUOU 1
and 31K1)'(T|NKh. and many olher arUcles usually j
kept in a regnUrly-e-tsbi'ubed ''rug store. The I
troods hare all been j urcbas d sinccThe w<r. and
all the furupure Is tmw Any {??noii wishing t<? ?
Ifo into the 'lrux business will find It to bis Inte- '
r?si to ex mine our stock, whicu we ar? willing ?
to ?eM considerably lotvnr ihan can be niirebascd '
elsewhere. J. R- GODWIN * CO ,
J? 11? U Uncas le. Va. I
IIMTHKR ? A Hp'eoiUd lot o( J-I^ht
J Side Leather JbsI rcfl?U?d and foraala l?>% by
je 14 0. M. CRAULLAX 4 CO.
Auction Sale*.
'future I>a y.
By Le? & Oo4dlo,
Rflil Estate AK?nt? anl Aaetlon*4ra,
Jlo. 1314 f ary n( r??t.
TWELVE HUNDRED ACRES ( h
L i. \ ??, in nr.N '(; > ani> cii.*ki,k* ch /
UuURTIE*. AT l* BMC Al'CTJ'>x-\t tb<? r ?
irom eziy ?? i\ ir i.i
tots of dim ? r. m Filr , .
B r-r ratlroed, I wii.tf, I '
I ?t*kC rw t m trl p opj
! CemeUfjr at^u,, PI \ ' K '
'?Wil Uiuswn All* ii. b.ll'i'S, 4..U . * *? * ' .
advisable on dav of ml*. It will i"'}'
two rr more pirc? ? J ' *
l'mm : Made kr. .?n on J*r f ?. .
LIE Ss 00I>Di2l, iuctlor-tr,
*7111 al?os*ll ?t rnsr'.?i City Conrth".u?? n
T7I:KD4II.>k>!iaT inJnSr, l-i7, , '
day. m aubbs tb mu< k i.??f Mii-?rroir w
Mt'ivhiffi ooJtsMrWtr. This laodfroou
Swlnyard's roid. a I adj u?
Wa k?r, .latne* Barnes, u ,1 ?.Vivtb. Tuts u, . ,
w? II wooded, and would sull any on* wlshir., ?
I go in th? wood bnstne??. Tb I* tract will be i*j,'
divide ! t"> ai to mi. 1 j) r* >n# of sa? til mmi
I improvement* co?*i?t of a new, eoMfJrtat!
I house and ktteheo. Mr. John llambkt .* wtir r.
in<( on tb* piacs.
I.L? Ji OODDIJf, A'icMoc?*r?.
AfMrths above fti I > will be sol J II \< RK? r.. .?
! Hopewell churtb. sdjoifil' g the land of a:(; t
I <J:ll and oth-rs. This ir'c! is s!?o -II woe iij
1'1'krmh Ma ie known on day o 1 1 ue.
je 29? eod it* J ? t h eno tda
By liirria<-n, (Joddlu 4 A[ penor., AucUcnetrt
a;:l Heal Esiau ??.;rts.
TRUSTEES' SAM-: OK V 8 LU WU.p
, 1 TBACT OH<>UB HUNDRED IXI>>IA?;
Pi VB A?.KEb < !' Li.N l?, ?> C'liki.h* ? 1 ?
co;i?tv. ah ur sixtk-.v m i k> h i*w
KI HMM.il> N V. A R T t! ' li < a * H' e 1 N k
SWAMP, AN- I'l 8 V K.N M LI - -
K1VEK, iXCLOI'IX'i KX? V.\ r 'I fj\M s W
?ILL AN) UfOIMB THK K X -fir i r.
il -fd of tru?t ex"cat<)d to tbt t? |,? vv,
turn II. Ald.Tdlce, l>?.ii i u .. Nth J-m- MM
daly recorded in the Cliarltf- City < ,i,tvcnu. '
unail, iit ? xncutioii pn.. .* 1 ? . \
lie aaetton, 00 th? premUee, on WEDXB DAT
loth of July, 1*'W, at 12 ii" M.,tf;air. 1
th* lir?t f ?!r Jay therraf: -r, h ? abov. ,
TKA(,'T <?/ LA.. I), cout.: j ,:i r.'H. U ? *
an th* <ln?rt-r '1 ract or Koire-t HiU. InclH ?
valnable h r K a M * \\,f MlLi. and ISO .
thnruon. bf I? k' t!i ?> ? 11:1 > jir< 1 -.-r y c-?;.v *y ???
?&!<l Ald?rdic?) 1 >y JlBM n. Main** af.il \? '?
d ?*? 1 btar :>k *T?0 d III u*i:!i the M'.d t. U( d
The deed rtqalrM * CMb Ml<>, b .t i>y h-. tt ?
a in'-rt 1 ' the panel the t>>rni> will ( 110 f >or b
CH?h ; l>ilifn-4 at ?!*. tv^lv.?, and eight-en m< 1 ? ?
for Ticsotlable not<*-i. intereit added. ?<<c i t m 1
t aet d- ed. Th'.' rax. - f,r h " t > be | ii 1 l
purchaser. W . tiol)Di.>,
J. L. Al'Pfc .SOX,
je2) TiD>t#??.
liy E. A. J. Ciopton,
Auctioneer and Heal Estate N'o. II T*. irh
street, near Kranktln
VALUABLE IMPKOVHi CITY'
V PKOPKrvT V F it sat I W
STOP.kS, WITH D\V sl.l.UNCs A "T ACh K " \
TUB S<M' I H >1 l)K OF BK M> ^TH - r !? . ,r
hktwken rm ki> and FOPR-nsr ?
leasai> orou.'U, f?>k sall .* ?< r ; ? -
I will offer for ?al- "n TH (JK^I'A V ? ' i<Uy<
Jun?. ?>r tlie preinii"". a? 5 ?.'r >ck p. ? , th*
two FKAMED T N EM K> TS si d>-?ci r I,
now occupied by .O'd tenai.t- a? r i tn Tl v
are u#ed f?>r tti? f HowlnxP'Hi' ? s? ot ?? iron
feettoDarjr, Um otbwr a* a nl u r- 1
collide ro'd o ?? of the moe' d??lr b;? locu-.l. u? !? r
tho inilliio iy bu-iin'M. on 1*. ? 1 1 ?!r ? t.
The lot front* twoiry Ii v ?? f? ? t ? n th* eoath ?i '?
of Hromt strett, ruiinii;^ back betw -n p?:4ii.-:
lint's ton f ?? ?? t
The ?rouud learo Ii:ir thi ^e yoir- to run fr tn t' -
25th day of Jnot, 1M7, the putcbftMr btflu the
rigbt to renove the balidi'is* at the expii
thn legMO. Ah ihe part . owiiUi ill.* l?r' r'y ?
airoie to nell, person* w -Liiu to inake a p .
fitablH inve-tcieiit will lif.d It to tb '.r int- 1 -:t>
attend the s^le.
T>-kjm: t'li'-thlrl cssh : baUnce at ^ < anl
twelve months for negotiable no:*-*, with it.
elded, with an Hppror-il endor* 1
J.. M h A . J. ri.?'P ro.N , An !'
ByCrubbx A Williams, Auctlor.e?ri.
Nortb w?at cornor Main and Eie7enth streets
17RAMKD HOt'SK AM' LOT (\
II VKNaKLK bTivEET AT A IT C T I O N*. -<
S ATURDAY . 2-.'l June, at 5 o'cl' ? '< P. w- r ,
sell upon th- pr inlms a F^AMt'l' I'WUi.l l> ?
and L'U' (foruierlv owned by Mleh tel !t ?
? I'nafed rn tlie miu'Ii side of \ . r t' <?> ir ? ??
1?K feet and running I# ck ibt ut J f? et t.
property of A. Ktrech?r. T >? li? bs? r ? ? . r
rontnc, with a kltrh^n of t? 0 r 'om?.
Trkhh Cue third ca^h : l> I" co . ' thr-j 1. 1
bix month* f<.r not> s w t It I ? ? t ?* t ? t ad I I
CKIJBB3 ?V NV l ' I.! * If.
jg *j.) Attctionei r*.
By flrubhs !i WIUlABMt AaetIOB?ei*?
Northwest corner M t ??? ai. 1 i* 1 ? /on'.h :r 1.
rPWO VAT I'AHLi: II K:.' K STfWS
1 aM> dwi; l is-. ojf ! o< r ? ALI FY, i >k
IULB AT AUCTION. W# will ?0|l at auction. -
th"* priMiiiKOH, <m1I''NUaV t ? ? !i ?) <y < f J
l?J7, 6 u'c ? c': 1'. M. lbs t ? IS OCR ' T-'i i^
sod DWELLINGS altiialcd u? ? '?ov** ?! .it 1
and boar (teDplfJ by At in- 1 ffcnl b Tb?
taenia cmUin < nrli u atoro und >;x rnonn ?t.
av 1 kl'cheu kii I xtore-rooni, m d i .. y l> ?
iu>w Is, for boa! i' ? pnrpoa . or f r dw i ?
'i bc^o ui <> iiMhI i v Imii If h< >? w, ipd l"-ir . -i
(ha v*r/ Mntrt of ibt dv>oom portion o' it i
mint 1 rr?>a?<A In vain.- v. ry ra; . ;lv
Vek.*h : <>no fi.urlb c* li ; t'u?? I'ltt.infe ( f ?
< ? i tit. and twelve month <?, fur ni>'i l? 1 ?? i>c?r
inter*. ?t ndd-'d, Kreirnl l? y a lrn?t deed. iLi
f<*r l"i<7 1? b ? paid bv i!im purch -?r
Ot?l/l>i.& & \VI LLlAiK
2'' A uctlorn t r*.
fcy Haui. i, id!u ji App-reon, Auitt'ti m
an J H dl K*tate
'Pi.rsTfiE's sal:'1, <>' p,:<; \i'Tn rr<
I IND HIOHLY-fMPR V D, Pa' *f O# SIX
Ty-F"TR AM) A Half ' !>, F? I* l "I I *
HKL' ?W KF If M<?N l>, <?N TH\ .VI, VV Ma-aI.i
R'-Al'.? Am Hirrivlnit Iru^teo iri t r ?ri.tin <1 "I
trnat from William Koblnson, dat?d i ? t? Jm- ?
|?SS. <ltily r^c<>rii?-i| jn Hanric > Cnsnty Cooit, I
ahall, 'n'?X"Cutlon ther-of, procd t>m< II t| ' ?
ilc 4iicl.< ii. oil t .i prom:-?*, ? ? . 'I* ? I' i Y th- .
or Jab . If <7, ?t 5 <>> . ck p, m , if fair, if nor, tb*
tiicf fatr day thereafter, th? r. 'I ?st;?ta< n\ >? I
by said ?i ?*?*" i , cooaiatlfig of i TRACT Of I. A Nil
vty-f ar atilaliilf acr", hIJoi.u.
tli?< lands of Meters George Tnraar, J. F.< lark*,
and "th-ra. (>u tli.ii tract (her** are .initio bn ;!?
logs forth* Ul of tho Tb*dvtlllDAton>
lal liu t??w rooms, wii< id hi'*" I l>y V\' .t i i ?? r s.
Wiet, architect ; is a f. ry-.hand*oii ?? ? n*. .?nd ?
CoVr I'd wit It slat*. Thtf <1: ' Wlllk' of tli ?< Ii all-* r i
c?tn h j i>h?ii Ht th<? of tha an t iOf>??-r '. T J. . ?
Ua li ' intilul mid aUracilve farm, aud tlie I 'rid 1U?
roinarWa:>ly w??il, and Im? n-cmiilv I ? en 11 tu- I
Tkkmm: Knoafh laeftah ?o difny ?spanaaa '
Mlo Hid to MX off a bond I"r with In'
r?ct from tlio duta of thi c.iid <!??? J . an to t1 ?
r-'xldno of th-? Jii ocj.' U of n ?(??. on nirli t?*rri? ?
tb? *at'k Bobtnaoo li pr* cflt>a aod dlivet. or
In ca?6 of hit failure to t,*lvt) kUcli Ui'^ctlon, ih^n
at ?tteh tint* m tli<; tru't" , at (b< lionr of ?a|a,
a^.a 1 dei'iu moat axn^dlant. Tikj ux<o> for 1st; i j
li" pa'd by ton iMircunitir.
jo IS * K^T ? '? N A Jf 'T, c':rv ri r Ti i '*????
livid l'lstatv AijcHcics .
Agency fob thk purciiase
OK LANDS l.V VIRGINIA -With a rt. w <i
?ld those In Dili State who bill la- d? f rilbi U
vail aa to iniM? Induntri'.ax IruruijfnuiU wl b capi
tal t(> h#?tM>' In Virginia, tli? a n J ? r?l< ri" 1 1m*
opened fiif'tllr^ In tba city <-t f.lch'aonJ ? u
Fifteenth mrort barw^^n V*ln an 1 i jrv ?u. '??.
(or tli ? i"irc.<?oa of DMotUtlut for lh<? i'ur<.^<- '
FAKMINO and HINBUAL LA.N l)S. MILL .>11^-.
Ac.
Partle* having lanli for *?le. and who w 1 1 <*' - ?
tract to Hell at mod*rat? rat'", l' my option, ^ ? d
ma unttlcUnt tiiaa (*ay tli r*? or roar m jr t t. u
?f}'icr tl<f bailie, will mrn likely bo sb!?? to dl?
po?? of tbelr pr.;pfrtT, If th?>y fnrtiUh m? w"h
full description .ia t'?l cation. ij'i?nt:ty, j-nce. A. .
My ac'inalntanre with tb? i oribeni ti?M{ite I* ?*?
ter.hlvH, and with a Ibotoogb kDnwMM of
land* In Virclitl ?, I hope to ?acc? -1 Mi K^'ria' *'?>'
tire ?atUfaction to both buy-r and aeller
I will charge i comiriU'lon to the parch wr, hr
nothli'K tu tne nailer, an I propoM to w<>rk/^r : -
purrUiifr, and not for th? rend-r
I r>*kp?ci^?illy invito c'>muiaritcation with f
either per?otialiy or by Iett?*r ; an 1 If. npon ?x ti ?
Inatl' ti, t^i?? 1 1 lids < tJ.-ri 1 ir.< th u^ht to (>* <i. r
ble and cheap, 1 will provbie the oecea^a-y c.
trartaand r?v L mi-mi IbaJHtOBJ DOI Utrsfilti ?
U' liiK my lalliience . nd >???' x -rti r . Lcvt
?&les. KKANK1.I N STKaUNS,
Fifteenth street between M ?ln And ' try.
Kiel. ui< nd. Vs.
Me??r*. Jame* I) Hl.tckwall. a'.toruay sf Ii w *:.l
B H. biuith will act aa my CnitUdo Hal a^tnu.
Je 10-Jm
\\T B. KOBINH, KKAL ESTA1
TT ? AKD OENIBAL A >T, ofl north
Cortn-r Main a- d tler^nth ?trt*U (In th* Vat
Hh- k of Virginia!, hlcbroo d, Va , sjh.-mI
attention to the KKSTlN'l < Y 11' l'?bS at, I t~*
Ci'LLBCTIO*. OF RENTS The patrouage of
friends tr?d the public so.'lclt??d
II aa for sal* over J?o FakMS and p ace* In V '?
jflt'ii. conipri-ln* up wards <t 7i i e a'^KK^ ' "
1,aNI>. from choice to common, at r>*sufi*l ?*
price*. Call and aee bis lists
la *Uo a^ent for theN-w Y* rk rr?< ?? r?*r ? ?
ConUfi A?#e<a over (7.Nt.M F'.tn partly
natoal. W, H. KuBiXI, Afw.
Cfflce north Weft corner Sl?ln a,">i
idjt li-li Eleventh rtr'-.* -, 1 ? nd. * *
k CHANCE TO SELL VIRGINIA
/V LAND8.-I bar* fbraud % 1 :
tlou with M???r? Murj'hey A Troiifman, Keal a?
tat- Agents and Brok-ra Pt? 1 -a l 1 1 ''I ?, who ha*<
a; plications t?<r the purcha~? "f a Urfc- :?umt er ?
firm* and other r?nl prop?"ty I* >irk,inl?.
which 'air and r*?a? n-?t a t rices wi.l I ? J'a'J 1
Pftiusylratil ?ns de?irlti< to fly ?# to '.h > M Ato
On application, In p?rs< n < r by ros'l, I will ? 5
pleasure furni*h any one b a*lt'K laud fi>r?aio?i?*
el dc laformaclou on tha *u 'ject.
J. 0. lMUOL>k>, A?torr.er at Law,
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livtd Est at v /'or Salt',
KKAli KST^TK Ki >K NAI.K l?hl*
V ATKLY . - Th a* two ilSAUT(F<'L BtMLl J
lNUL<>T8at the southeaa; toroer of Ttitrd a' t
Byrl Blr#ais, fro< tiii^c leet each on Third ? r. r!.
and mru lng bick no f?*t to an alley . are o:'
frr ?ale privately Terms arc?amo*Nt'ni( A pi
at t be A?i.^UcAoaic,. ortoUUL'Bhai WILLIAM'
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IUY i| 4ti.nn for the Manufacturer
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