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TUESDAY JULY 2, 1867.
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CorrcTondenc?t <?j idu nichmood DlapMch.
PETERSBURG, June 29, 18^".
It would he gratifying to be able to re
cord some degree of improvement in busi
ness matters, but there -a literally no ani
mation at all. The prospect, indeed, for an
early revival is not so encouraging as it
was a fortnight ago. Then there was every
evidence of a 'bonntiful harvest, bat-the
recent heavy rains have beyond doubt
serTOnsly damaged the crop both in regard !
to quantity and quality. If the weather
hnd been propitious we should have had
now wheat in market by now?as it is, it
may not bo before the middle of July.
The transactions in cotton during the
week have been very limited, and the mar
ket somewhat easier. The sales have been
on a hasis of twenty-three cents tor mid
dling. Tho receipts are very light, being
only sixty-seven bales for the week, against
one hundred and three last week.
Tho present hot weather, if It should
only be moderately dry, will have a good
off*, ct on the cotton plant, which is be
lieved to be more backward in its growth
than during any preceding season. Farm- i
ers woulrl be enabled to put their crops in j
good order; for no plant?not even to
bacco?is more benefited by clean cul- j
ture.
With all the disadvantages, however,
under which the planter has labored, it is
not at ail impossible that the product in
the end may be a good one. A great
eft'?rt has been made throughout the
South, notwithstanding the disasters of
last year, to improve upon the later crop ;
and under tolerably favorable circum
stances an nggregate of three millions of
bales would have been secured. Three or
four millions in succession would enable
the Soul!) to regain her ascendancy in the
maikets of the world, and to finally banish
tho inferior staples of other countries.
The only difficulty in the way is the unset
tled state of labor; and it must be con
fussed by every observant man that the
prospect is by no means the most flatter
. iug.
The breaks of tobacao during tho past
week have been very large, and tho mar
ket active, with S'?rne improvement in
prices. The receipts during tho week
amount, to 380 hogsheads, and tho inspec
tions to 412. The following comparative
Statement of inspections for corresponding
periods during last year and the present
will not be without interest:
From April 1 to July 1, I8CC, 2,513
hogsheads; from April 1 to July i, 1807,
4,1-7 hogsheads.
Tho Supreme Council of the Friends of
Temperance in Virginia and North Caro
lina have been'in session hero several
days during this week, and only adjourned
yesterday. The object lias been to estab
lish uniform rules for the Order, which is a
comparatively new one, having tho same
work in view substantially as the Sons of
Temperance, but an entirely distinct body.
Tho discussions, at times, were exceed
ingly animated, especially on the question
of so modifying the usual pledge as not to
prohibit the use of cider und light wines.
I)r. L. B. Anderson, of Hanover county, is
reported to have mado a powerful argu
ment, in favor of the relaxation. The old
pledge, however, was finally adopted.
But the discussion turned, in part, on the
adaptability of our climate to the culture
of the grape and the production of wine?
a most interesting subject, and one on
which I should like to speak somewhat at
large when your crowded columns can af
ford nte a spare corner. S.
From our 1?poclal Reporter.
C O M 31 i: \ V i : 31 K X T D A V .
Ua'IVKKSITV op Vllli'ixu, Jutie'2!',
It litis boon loner proverbial among lhe
dwellers in Charlottesville ami Urn vicinity
that " I h< (mntijiiii'lh is always the hot teat
day in the year." This seems to have been
realized 10 day. But the heat did not prevent
an immense crowd from filling the public hall
as soon as the doors were opened. The pro
cession was formed at in o'clock, and marched
into the hall in the following order:
Board of Visitors.
Facility of the University.
Society of Alumni.
< i r.itltia ics and prolicieuts.
Comparative ordt r was obtained, and the ex
ercises of the following programme were then
had:
music ; l'rayer by Rev. J. S. Lindsay, chap
lain 10 iiio University; Music: Delivery of
Certificates Of Proficiency; ?Music; Delivery
of Academical Diplomas; Delivery of Prizes
in Menial and Moral Philosophy ; Delivery of
the Courtenay Medal in the School of Mtithe*
unities; Music; Delivery of Professional Di
plomas; Music; Oration before the Alumni,
Itv Colonel JUurntuduko Johnson.
"The Faculty very wisely concluded to pub
lish tiiis year, instead of reading (as has here
tofore been the custom) the names of those
who obtained "distinctions" at the different
examinations.
Dr. Mnnpin, chairman of the Faculty, plea
santly remarked that the reason of this
change was that "the students had all done
so well as to make the list too long to read."
This of course " brought down the house."
Those familiar with the University under
stand that a "distinction" is awarded to all
who attain the " first division " in any class
(i. e., get three-fourths of the values attached
to the questions propounded) of the Univer
sity. " Certificates of proficiency" are
awarded those who master certain parts 01
schools?p., "Anglo-Saxon," "Political
Kvouomy," "Medical Jurisprudence," etc.,
which are not deemed ol siilUcient extent to
confer a full diploma. " Diplomas of gradua
tion " are conferred on those ip any particular
school who show :tt thorough acquaintance
With the whole course ihlight in that school
by attaining the very high standard required
in class .standing, and at the intermediate and
final examinations : while the degree ol
Master of Arts is conferred upon those who
graduate iri all of the academical schools, and
at the end of the course stand a satisfactory
review examinat ion on all of the schools.
The number of graduates in the academical
schools is very small?ouly two A. 31. 's?
while there is nn unusually large utimber of
graduates in law anil medicine. The cause of
this is very obvious. Our- young men had
their studies so interrupted* during the war
that those of them who liavo resumed their
classic and scientific course must of necessity
make slow progress, while a large proportion
have felt themselves constrained to give up all
eifort to j>:ts? through the academical depart
ment of the Univer-ity and enter at once upon
the study of a prolessiou. Hence fully half ot
the -l?)o students at the University this last
session took law or medicine. The "Court
ney medal" was established as a tribute to
the memory of the lamented Professor Court
ney of the University, and for tho purpose ol
stimulating to the study of the blither mathe
matics. It is awarded to the student who
works (without assistance) the largest number
ol original problems outside ol the regular
course, li was awarded this year to (taetano
Lanza, Jr., son of Professor (j-ae?tno Lanza,
licentiate ip modern languages at the \ niver
elty. It is a beautiful gold medal of greHi in
trinsic value. On one side is engraved " Uni
versity of Virginia: Courtney 31edal; School
of Mathematics, 1S67." On the reverse is
curved n couo aud sphere, inscribed in a cylin
der. and around this is engraved the motto:
?'Omnia it nunsuru, tt aunirro, tt pnndere."
Professor 3Iaupin delivered the medal In a
neat little address, and Mr. Lanza?a pale,
modest-ldoking 3011th of eighteen?received
it in silence, while the deafeuing and pro
trai led cheers of the students showed their
appreciation of the value of the prize and the
justice of the award.
In the school of Moral Philosophy three
prizes, of $13, $13, and $10, were awarded for
tho three best logical analyses of " Young's
Christ of History." These prizes are awarded
on the following plan : The Professor of Moral
Philosophy selects the three essays which he
deems best; the aut hors of these* three select
three others, and these 6ix are referred to a
committee of the Faculty to award the prizes
to those who furnish the best analyses. They
were awarded this year as follows: First
premium, J. T. Starr, of Texas ; second, J. S.
white, of South Carolina ; third, J.S. Young,
of Tennessee.
Dr. Maupin's remarks in delivering these
prizes were very appropriate, and the thun
dering applause of the students indicated
their approval of the award of the committee.
Your correspondent was very much pleased
with what he could hear of Dr. Muupiu's re
marks to the graduates, and should like very
much to report them tor the benefit of others,
but unfortunately the belles and beaux kept
up such a clatter (and perhaps the Doctor did
not speak ?s loud as was desirable; that it
was impossible to catch more than a sentence
here and there. One of the Musters of Arts
(Mr. J. W. Lesser, of Baltimore,) was ab
sent, and Dr. Wanpin'a nddrefs to the other?
bis son, Chapman Maupin?-Is s'nid to have
been very touching. At the conclusion of ihe
exercises he took occasion to express his
hearty congratulations to the graduates upon
thehonors they had won, and his best wishes
for their future, and to bear his unqualified
testimony to the general good order and stu- j
dlousness whfeb had prevailed at the IJniver- ,
siiy during tl>e past session. The commence-|
ment exercises proper were concluded at half
pant 11 o'clock, and a recess of half bonr was
taken, during which the graduates received
the congratulations of their friends, and
many sought the cool shade and refreshments
to be found on the lawn.
At 12 o'clock the Society of Alnmnl escorted .
Into the hall their orator, Colonel Marma
dnlce Johnson, of Richmond. He was intro
duced byB. H. Magruder, Esq., president pro
lem. of the Society, and was greeted with ap
plause by the audience.
Colonel Johnson begun by contrasting the
circumstances of the present occasion with
those under which we were wont to greet each f
other in the good old days that are gone. We
come with bipnded emotions of gladness and'
i sadness, and meet to-day as we have never
I met before. The few years that have inter
veiled since the Society of Alumni bad their
last reunion in 1 embrace a period of sor- j
row and woe such as has been rarely, if ever, j
crowded into the same space of time. We (
gazed thf.n upon a happy, prosperous land. We ;
look out now upon a desolated, ruined country,
and see dark clouds all around us. And alas I i
how many vacant chairs of those who '
once mingled with us in these festive) scenes
and added) lustre to them by their brilliant]
talents ! It has not been simply tlie passing ,
away of our eider brothers, yielding to na- ;
ture'o imperative call, but even the young '
have been taken in the full tide of health and
promise. What a constellation of brightest
jewels has been torn from the diadem of our i
Alrna Alater.
The speaker would only recall a*few names
[ among the many. Amongst others he spoke
of Robert K. Scott,of Fauquier, the first con
stitutional lawyer and debater iu Virginia,
the noble specimen of the Old Virginia gentle
man, who was brutally murdered while de
fending his owfl hearthstone from pollution ;
John T. Fontaine, whose brilliant talents and
unsurpassed eloquence opened up for him a
sure road to fame, but who fell at Sharpsbnrg
bravely standing at the post of duty ; Colonel
Lewis Minor Coleman, the brave, trie bril
liant, the good, who shined in every circle in
which he moved, and whose talents and rare
attainments gave promise of such usefulness
in the future, who at the call of Jttty left a
place of ease arid comfort for the hardships
and dangers of the army, and fell at Frede
ricksburg one of the noblest of sacrifices on '
his country's nltnr; Colonel. John Thompson
Jirown, whose varied talents and many shin
ing virtues made hirn so widely known and
loved in the Society of Alumni, who frll at
Spotsylvania Courthouse in command of as
noble a regiment of Virginia artillery as tho
world ever saw.
He spoke very feelingly of "our younger
brother'"?Colonel Willie Pegram?who just
us he was entering our ranks responded to the
call of his country, and after illustrating the
character of Christian soldier and gentleman
by a brilliant career which made him famous,
fell at "Five Forks" in those last sad days
which witnessed the fall of our Confederacy.
Our brothers have fallen on every field of
glory from Gettysburg to the western bound- j
ary of Texas.
In turning from these sr^l reminiscences,
these questions naturally arise: "What
have we been as a people ? Where and what
are we now ? What is to be our future ?"
II" did not propose to discuss the cows of our
trouoles. This is no time for crimination or j
recrimination.
Rut the stubborn fact stares us in 1 he face
that we have lost our liberties; that we look
in vain for the fragments of the Constitution,
which are utterly disregarded by a military
despotism ; that ihq Legislature has. absorbed
the other departments of the Government,
and the people of the South left to t' .e caprice
of military officers, who, while tr.ey may
here and there have some regard to justice,
are after all governed simply by tli"ir own
will. If any one doubts this let liim look to
day at tlte condition of our once prosperous
old Commonwealth. Her glory is everywhere,
but her privileges and liberties aregom*. Her
legislative acts may be nullified, and the right
of h? fa <ts corpus and of trial by jury maybe
virtually set aside at the will of some military ;
subordinate, who may be well posted in mili- j
tary matters, the cut of a coat, the proper tip- '
penrance iu the ball-room, ?Vc., but whose
breastpin may outweigh his brains, and who
knows no tboro about civil law than a hog
does about holliday," who may enter the
court-room with the ttircf a detective or with
the pomposiiy of one clothed iu authority?
which we devoutly pray may be brief?and 'in
sult our judges hk |,(i :.(.|K aside thrir decrees.
The speaker then alluded u> the former ex
tent of territory of the "Old Hominion," to
her magnificent grant of territory to the Fe
deral Government, which was reared into
States, which now help hor oppressors, and to
ill" cruel and ituconstiliitioiial divhtpu of the
St:H<* tlnriitK the war.
llu wdnlri uui have alluded to thc?o thing?
I>111 for tin* iuiportant lessons tin*v* teach.
1 In*; call lojuJIy upon ail to bend every energy
to the work of " A'. <?..<? s7/-ec/" in its broad
est sense. We are members of the United
States, ami must continue so either as hewers
of wood and drawers of water, or as equals
with the North.
He spoke of the power of the educated men
of the country to shape and direct popular ac
tion, and earnestly urged them to come 11]> to
their duty in persuading tin* people to set
about the work of reconstruction, ile made
also an eloquent appeal to the young men just
entering lib- as those who were to shap" the
future destiny of the South. It is neither
wise, nor manly, nor brave to standstill and
grieve over the past. AM n not lost ; our rich
land, broad waters, and mineral resources re
main. We still have brave men and noble
women; and while wo are proudpf the past,
let us not lie down in apathy, but come up no
bly to meet present duty. Let us enter the glo
rious paths of truth and virtue, and by earn
est toil show that "Peace ha Hi her victories
as well tts war."
lie drew a hopeful sketch of the future, and
eloquently urged that we rally around our
dear old mother and make Virginia hereafter,
as heretofore, the brightest star in the Ameri
can constellation.
The orator then passed to speak at some j
length ol t he paramount importance of educa- I
Lion under our present circumstances, and
closed with an earliest, appeal to the alumni to I
rally around the University and help her to j
continue to he the great centre ol the southern I
republic of learning.
At the close of Colonel Johnson's speech, '
15. J. Harbour, Esq., who was on the plut- j
form, was loudly called for.
He came forward, and wittily remarked that
it seemed that everybody's voice <xctpt his tucn
(he was quite b.>arsel"was in favor ol his
speaking ; that he did not know how he could
accomplish it unless lie could borrow one of
those sweet voices (of a lady) which were then
unusually silent.
Hut ly would tax bis voice and the patience
of the audience sitllicietj tly to express his
warm approval of and to reiterate those sen
timents which took hopeful views of the con
dition of the country. Despair is not right.
Jehovah litis not vacated his throne, and there
is yet a bright day coming for our land. Hut
in order to hasten that day there must bo mu
tual concession and compromise. Let vitu
peration cease in both sections. Let " Rebel"
and "Yankee" cease to bo used as terms of
reproach. The question is not whether the
.North or South-shall govern, hut how both
can best live under ti common government and
enjoy a common heritage. The North as well
.is the South must show a spirit ot compro
mise anil conciliation. If we are to live tin
der the same constitution, then give ns a part
in the constitution. If the same flag must
wave over us, then give ns reason to respect
and love it. " Let us have not only a star for
entry State, but a State fur every star."
He closed with an eloquent appeal to the
friends of the University to rally around her,
keep up and elevate her standard, and make
her what her great founder intended she should
be. The enthusiastic cheers of the audience
showed that lie struck a chord to which every
heart responded.
There were matters of interest attended to
by the Board of Visitors and the Society of
Alumni; but I must reserve a notice of them
until to-morrow. Alom.nts. I
Correspondence) of the Richmond Dispatch.
Registration i? Charloite.
Charlotte CocRTiiorsE, Ya., June 29, 16C7.
The registration of the fourth district closed
this day, and a fair registration has been
polled. Lieutenant-Colonel J. s>. Fletcher,
(Eleventh Infantry, U. S A.) the president of
the board, has become the general favorite.
F. P. Giannini and John Hagerty have
proved themselves worthy of their positions.
Registration stands?whiles, 159; colored.
3i?5; total, 5M. Observer.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Registration iu UanviJJe.
Da.wij.lk, June 29, 1SG7.
"Whole number of names registered iu Dan
ville to-day were: Whites, 112; colored, 359;
total, 501. p.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad?Good News.
Lewisbcro, June US, 1SC7.
Your readers would doubtless like to kuow
the sentiment of this region in relation to the
Chesapeake .and Ohio railroad. On yesterday
I was atUnion, Monroe county, and was grati
fied to find that the people, although divided
on the question of polities, were united in rela
tion to the railroad. Judge Harrison is yvartn
ly in favor of the most liberal ttiil on the part
of Monroe to the enterprise
A Republican newspaper is about starting
at Uuion, which will betheorgau of the party
In the surrounding counties. The editors are
northern gentlemen, and fnll\ appreciate the
value of railroads, and will i all their Influ
ence in favor of the most liberal subscriptions
by the couuties of this sectiou The conserva
tive newspaper at Union and the two con
servative papers at this place will exert all
their Influence in fuvor of the rood. The peo*
pie that I hare met with apeak.of $250,000 as
the amount to be subscribed by Monroe, and a
like amount by Greenbrier. " You may rely
upon it that the people of Western Virginia
will do their fall share towards the comple
tion of this great natural railway. B.
Meetings*
The celebration of the
porRTH < F JIIf.T.?The Colored Sabbath
School of ibe cHr * re requested to mest In their
respective cbnrctie-t *t * ?<'cl >ck A. M . and pro
ceed in order to ' a Itnl etreel north of the 'quare.
wbn? tbey will form in line at quarter-past ?>
o'clock, and then enter the Square by the west
Fete : where, after hearine the Declaration of In
dependence read, they will be addressed by Go
vernor PsiRpot.fT ?na orbera at about lo o'clock;
aJrerwhleh ihey will Mire In order to their re
epectlre churches. Jy 2?It*
Aysawox Tjubs. ETo. 30, LO.H M.,?
2 deep, 8. Moor. G. 8. D., 373. )
rtHIEFS AND BROTHERS,?You are
\j hersbynotlfledto attend a resrular meefiog of
your Tribe on T81* SMtBP at * o'clock precisely,
as buemets of Importance will be brought before
tbe Order.
Br order of the Sachem.
Jy 2-ll* TH<rM*S ADDTSOK. C. of R.
Lost, Strayed, and Found.
LOST CHJLD.?On Tuesday last my
liitle hoy, aged nine years, left my hoice. and
did not return. The lar't seen of him be ww at
the .^po.swood Hotel holding a gentleman's horse
Hiu name whs Rm HaKD HkWUTT. He was
very Mack, slightly marked- with varioloid: rather
small ; had on white pants, bine jacket trim
med wlib red, and white straw hat. Any in
formation left at tiie corner of T.eigh and Adams
streets will be thankfully received.
MERINDV HF.WL1TT,
jy 2?It* A woman of color.
REWARD.?Strayed or was stolen
from my hon?e on or about, the
2.->th of June a SM&LL BkINDLE
CoW. with very long, sharp horns.
She was giving milk. Had only three i
? eats, and a smalt white spot on one or her hind
legs. The ahov-reward will be given for her re
t'ui n to rue, or for any information which will lead
to her recovery. GEO&GE TIMBEELaKE.
jy 2?it
qx KKWAKD.?Strayed from my
^P?J residence. on Franklin between 73B?<!!MCfc
'i w- n'y - first aid Twenty - second
Mr-eta, on Satnrday the 22d of June, a
lirge COW?color, lisht bs.v, with - ?
whi e face, long horns an! tall, about eigbtyeais
oi l ; app*ar< to lucre defective eyes. The above
reward will l?e paid lor her delivery to me or for
irjfornia'ion that will enable xne to g'-t her.
jy 2-3t J. J. WILSON.
I7STRAY HORSKS.-rame to the sta<
Ji bles of the Southern Express Com- th
panr, on Gary street between bixth and
Seventh, on yesterday morning, two soft. ' \ s >_
KEL H??ks?s. The owner will come forward,
prove properiy, pay ch-rges, and take them away,
or'bey will be de.'ilt with according to law.
jy 2 - t-i
LOST.?St my ed from Manchester, a
C'lW between four and fiveyears^
ow, l>rindle, witli Iitiis very small,?
crooked over, nearly touchingihs fore
head. anyone finding toin cow will*
deliver her on Fourteenth street, corner house, i
nc*r Petersburg railroad. twill give a reward of i
11 ve ooliarson deliverv.
jv 2-it* ANN E. SAyPEfffl.
C-pr REWARD.?Five dollars will be
$*J paid fur the ?ctnrn of a WHITE csv >J
h.N'l) YELLOW SETTER SI.U'P thatc=i>>-^
smyed Saturday evening from the cor
ner of f'ary and Twenty-jlrst streets. jy 2?It*
Horse stolen-^o reward.-?
R olen from my stable, on Church
Hiu on the night of the 2i>th instant, a
hw:k Ba7 or CHESTNUT eoR(i?L.
M A i?E. in good order. 1? blind in both eyts, and
sprang in fore legs. She is h blooded animsl :
h-s a rat-t?iL with very little hair. >'o white
marks remembered, an army saddle, iron stir
rups. were taken with her. and a bridle and mar
tingale nearly new. I will givo *25 for the return
of tho mare, and *25 more for the conviction of the
'hief. jy 1?dtwsw2t H. a. aTKIWSON.
Church ?Tt
stanf, a
uBitKi
T OST. SATURDAY EVENING, bo
A J iwflon our More ami Mr. Cringan'a residence,
corner of Tenth and Clav streets, several OPEN
LETTERS. Af they can be of no valne to any one
but nnr-elves, the "finder will please leave them
at onrstore. CORDON St CR1NGAN,
je 11 Pearl Block.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER"HaVING HAD
.1. a TIN BoX stolen from him containing vari
ous SEUURiriKS, at described bc?ow. cautions
nil persons from bavin* or recotving the i-me.
steiis having been taken to prevent their ]>aynient
and to obtain renewals:
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9646
Virginia Slate Coupon Bonds, No*. 1,297 and
1.296. iiat-d January 1, lbiiti, for $5iiu each, with all
th" coupons i n theui.
| Virginia state Registered Certificate, No. 16, Ja
I nuxry I, 1;>66, for $5oO, in mv name
Virginia State Fractional Certificate, No. 31, for
$28 u4.
Virginia State Fractiftnal Certificate, No. 32, for
.*95.
Virginia State Fractional Certificate, No. 33, for
$55.60.
Virginia State Fractional Certificate, No. 739, for
$10.
Virginia Stato Fractional Certificates, Nos. 35
and 36. in trie narno of E. P. and J. P. Taliaferro,
tru-ii-os, each for $90.
? Virginia t'entrsl hailroad Conpons. Nob. 31, 32,
33, 34, and 35 for $30 each, due July, 1S67.
Same Coupon for $77 &o, No. 36, due Juiy. 1S67.
Same Coupon for $20, No. 29, due July, 1807.
Virginia Central Railroad Certificate, No. 4, for
$163.
Virginia Central Railroad Certificate. No.43, for
$41.?u.
Virginia Central Railroad Certificate, No. 25, for
$154, payable to J. P. Taylor for John K. Gilliat
"" Virginia and Tennessee Kailroad Company Cer
tificate, No. 86, for $650, dated March 7, 1667.
Two Registered Bonds of the trustees of the
town of Manchester, dated December 6, 1845, for
$5 000 each.
Two do. do., dated December C, 1845, for $6,000.
One do. do , dated "ctober 27, 1*52, for$3,COO.
One do. do., dated July. 19. 1853, for $5 nuO.
One do. do., dated July 1, 1855, for $2,800.
One do. do., dared July 1, 1655, for $2,200.
Bond of Seth Halsey, Febrmry 26 1367, payable
to John R. Oilliat & Co., for >3,090.
Bond of Don P llalci-y, Fehtuarv 28, 1867, pay
able- lo John K. Cilliul 4: Co., f.-r $5,ooo.
No.
d Coupon Bonds, as follows :
1. 33
157
665
895
39
453
637
896
123
459
761
s97
' 129
5-6
8 *4
S93
133
507
335
899
334
518
8".:
900
343
513
Sis
901
390
5-'o
839
902
391
591
?90
9j3
465
592
891
904
453
595
892
905
654
663
>1-3
906
456
664
994
907
E?ch number for $3t, payable July. 1867, and
JauuHiy. 1568.
my 14?Tutfifl JACQ0EMN P. TAYLOR.
Shipping.
FoR N k W Y 0 K K.?The elegant
side-wheel steamship HATTE
HaS, (Japtuin ALkXAMlKK, will
1-ave her wnari at Kocketts TulH'
( ruc-day) aF rKRNOpA, July 2, at! ______
?invioik Freight received .nn*it 3 o'clock TO
DAY. Through bills of lading signed to Boston.
Fasstge to New Y? rk, including meals and state
r >i>uis, $12 ; at-erage, $<f. Excursion tickets for
th- r.'O'd trip, $20. "For freight, or to secure pas
sage, apply to Samuel ay res & co.,
jv a?It 1320 Gary street.
F"0R BALTIMORE, SAVANNAH,
AND BOs|'i.K_s?MI-WKEKLY?;
LiNE-PuWBaTAN steamB AT?
C<?MPaNY ? Leaves Richmond,
every WEDN ESDaY and SUNDa Y Leavtio Bal
timore every YVEDN F.SDaY aud SATUKDa Y'. The
steamer PVTKKSH0K3, Captain Robert Tba
vams, will leave here at 6 a. M WBDN BSD* Y.
No freight received after 0 P. M. TUESDaY. This
steamer bas splrnHd saloons, staterooms, aDd
pat.ei.ger acoouituodaiions. Passage (meals In
cluded), $0. fcutteronm, $l. For freight or pass
age. apply to DAVID Si WILLIAM OOBRIE,
office at Charles T. YN ortliam & Co.'s, Fifteenth
street. Jy l-2t
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS?The boats
of the JAMES RIVER aNDi
Kanawha CaNaL CuMPaNTI
will 1-ave tbe dock as u-ual
uroniprly Ht 12 o'clock M. on TUESDAYS, THUB6
D*YS, acid SaTU'vDaYS.
Freight and tolls on goods for Lynchburg and
beyond collected on delivery or prepaid at the ot>
tion of the suipp-r. Freight received and deliver
ed at my office, on the dock.
Woy Freight will not he delivered till charges
are paid.
Boats locked and insured.
1e 11-to. EDWARD DILLON., A gent.
POWDER.?100 packages SPORTING
sud "BLASTING FOvviJhrt, of well known
Dead-shot, Telegraph, and New England brands.
WO??DS, Fax k KSED,
Je 11 Jfo. H Flftaaoth street,
Auction Sales.
THIS DAY.
By B. Qatbrfgbt, Auctioneer,
Ho. 1?3 Mala street, between Fourteenth
and Fifteenth streets.
T WILL SELL ATMY STOKE THIS
X (Tuesday) MorsISG stlOo'clock an assort
ment or FD Bf? ITURE, BEDDING, ?c., consisting
of the usual variety.
ALSr\
a large lot DRY G?">ons.
CLgTHING,
Btl'tTR. 6H-1K8,
FAUCV AhTICLSB, Jrc.
Will be added, 20 boxes LKMOJtf ar,<t ORAiJGZfi.
E. GATHRIOHT,
jy 2 Auctioneer.
By Isball St Paris,
Real Estate Agent* and Augioseers.
Opposite Spcttrwood Hotel.
TTAMJSOME AND WELL-KEPT
XX FTTBNITUKS, carpets, glass AXD
CK'^KERYWaRE. for SaLK at auction.?
will be sold at auction on TUrSDAY the 2d day of
July. 1887. commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
residence of ihe f&n.iiy declining honsekbepin/,
on the comer of Broau and Mayo afreet* an ex
cellent assortment of handsome FUKNT9'UKt#r
CAKPKTS, Gli^ad and CEOCKbRTWaBE, em
bracing in part
Mahogany Cha'rs.fcprlng seats :
Mahogany Dining and other Tables,
Large Mahogany ?rm-cha;r,
Dinioe-room Chairs, caoe seats;
Bmssel- and mher CarpsH, some of which are
very fine;
Ftsgre, CaoaeUbras,
Mahogany secretary and Brok-case. .
J Ibr-irv of Ml-'oeilaneous and Useful Books,
Marble topCablnets,
NVorkstand.
French Bedstead^ single and doable ;
Feather Bed*.
Mattre?ses and Bedding.
Solid Mahogany Wardrobes, very superior ;
Mahogany Cribs,
Hat hacks.
Child's Bureau.
Very snp- rlor China Tea Set,
Superior Castors,
Large lot nf Glass and Crock?-ryware,
Kitchen Furniture. Ac.
The houvi ia offered for rentprivatelv.
je 29 ISBELL St DavIS, Auctioneers.
By Paine Si Co., Auctioneers,
Ho. 1003 Main stroet, opposite the post-office.
TRUSTEE'S SaTe OF A VALUA
OABI.E STOCK OF DRY G'>ODS AT AUC
TION".? In pnrsnance c.f the requirements of the
deed of trust executed on the 13th rtr.y of June,
IS67, by James W. Bed in to me, at d record jo ia
the Clerk's office of the Hustings Court of Rich
mond, 1 shall proceed to sell all and singular the
cerraJn s ock of DkY G tons conveyed bv said
d^ed, and tor the purposes therein disclosed.
The stock conni-ts of tne usual varie'y in a re
tail dry goods store. The sale of the satd stock
will pe bad at No. i??9 Broad s're?>t. In the city'of
Richmond, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. on
TDBBDaY, July 2. 1807.
Will also be sold.
1 lire-proof Safe, 1 fine Show Case, and Store
Fixtures.
Terms: Ail sums under *too, cash; under $200,
thirty days; over tt-at amount, sixty days' credit
for approved endorsed no'os.
P. G. BAYLY, Trustee.
Sale conducted by Pai.ne it Co., Auctioneers.
je 25-t<l*
Ey E. B. Cook, Auctioneer.
Comer of Governor and Franklin streets.
By virtue of a dfed of trust
exectred by Charles H Wynne to the under
signed as trustees, recorded in the otlice of the
Rusting* Court of the city of Kichrnond. and at
the reijiie^t of the parties interested, they trill pro
ceed to sell at public auction ?n TUESDAY tne
id day of Jnlr, at It o'clock A. M., at the printing
otlice of the ?"iid Wynne, on the corner of Four
teenth and Main streets, all the property conveyed
by said deed, consisting of ihe following, to wit:
IN THE FKE3--EU0M.
2 Tavlor's Small Cylinder Presses, 31x16 inches?
these Presses nave been in nsa hut a short
time, and are a* good as new ;
1 Adams new patent Book Press, 2flJxl?J inches;
1 Adams new patent Book Press, 2'4x4?. inches;
1 Adams new patent Book Press. 26jxll inches;
1 Gordon Job rres?, l.xU inches;
1 Cordon Card Press;
1 I<o. 2 imperial Wahingfon Hand Press.
These Presses have been well k?pt and are in ex
cellent order, and will do flrst-cias.s Bo?.lc and Job
work.
l Hoe's Paper Cntter,
1 Huggle* Card Cniter, ,
1 Hoe's Pry Press,
1 tifo hor-o Steam Engine, with Boiler. Shaft. 1g,
Pulleys, Steam Pipe-, &c , with Roller Moulds,
Paper Boards, &c., &c., and ail the furniture of
a press-room. ?
IN THE COMPOSING ROOM,
very heaw fonts of the following Types:
Small Pict, Long Primer,
Bor.rgeotse, Brevier,
Nonpar-11. agate.
Together with largo supplies of
' Rules. Leads,
Urtlloys, Metal Furniture,
Impo-tng Stones,
Chases, Font Cabinets,
| Stands, Cases,
and ererythlng necorsary for the printing of books
I and newspapers on an nxteo-ive scale.
THE Jt?B OFFICE
embraces hundreds of fonts of .T??B TYPE, incin
I ding most of the new styles which have been
t is.-ned trom tli?? foundries"since <be w?r, togp-her
with K;.\ i*s, Cabinets. Rules. Mugs I,pad-, end. In
; fact, every requirement tor a hrst-class Jod pvlnt
! ing OHice.
At tlio same time, the unexpired lease of the
[ pretn'ses?ending let December, W7?will be dln
po-ed of.
Terms of sat.x: Sr.m? of +loo nnd le?s, cash;
over that amount, one fourth cash ; balance on
two. four, sr.d six mdn'hs' credit, with approved
endorsed negor able n des, interest added.
WILLIOI H IS v aCS. )Trn
? je .tohn w bran'sforpJ rinstew.
Wants?
p L E R Lv W A N T E D ?A ge, bet ween
v_y tweulvand fifiy. Must write a rapid, good
a nd, mid know K.me'htng of book-keeping and
1-gal forms. Steady. energetic, and willing to do
any honorable labor. t pi>licatio?* addressed 10
W. C. .T.. Klchinoiid post office, wita ample refer
ences for character and qualifications, attended to.
None others noticed* fculuiy. ?'?OO per annum.
jy a?it
WANTED.?Wanted to Jiire, on a
mamel garden half a mile lroni town, a
H OF Se. or MO LB, to attend market and do light
work for ono or two months ; will be well t?-ci ?ru
cared for. A go- d price will he paid for hiin, Ad
dreHB F i KM Kk. Dis-pntrl) ollico jy 1?3t
WANTED, all men engaged to start
to c. 0. G. Hud (J. K. K. to call TO-DA Y, as
tbey will etart on to-morrow morning, at my
oil c?. on Broad street between N'inih and T?nth
jy 2?It ^ JaMKS T. HbNDKKSON.
t WANT TO BUY FIFTY THOU
ASA NO POUNDS BuNES, In large or email
quantities, for which I will pay the tallest price
inca-n. a }so. it sGjS, 1 R*, ami AtETaLS. Has
for ealo WaGOKS, CaKTS, Ha RNtsS, Ac., Ac.
J' llV KKI.LHY,
Twentieth street between Main
jy 2?lw and Gary,
WANTED, a respectable while wo-.
man without Incumbrance as WbTMUhSE.
Apply at No. 1, corner Fifth arid Main Kirects,
Richmond. Va. jy 1? 3i*
WANTED, a No. 1 COOK, WASHER,
a-d IR''NEK, for a family of three (3) per
sons. Liberal wages paid. Kelerences required.
Apply at Mo. SoS, corner Fifth and Duval streets.
iy
HANDS WAN T E DWanted,
SIXTY HANDS to bale straw at Curie's
Neck. Good wages given App yto
AKCHEK. A; WALKER,
at P. J. Archer & Sons,
Jy 1?ts Hub Gary street.
TYTANTED, by Ibe Hanover Coal Corn
TT pauy. u*arbpriugti*ld and Deep Kuu Coal
pit-', ONE HUNDRED 3! ?2.<J to cut cord wood, for
wnich a liberal price will be paid. *pplv to
P. H. JaCKS<?&V2<
je 27?lw* , No. 14 Eighth street.
Wanted, a colored woman,
wiihOQt encumbrance, to do the cooking for
a large family. Apply-between 9 and 12 o'clock at
MKADK. & MAKER'S,
je 21 * Ninth and Franklin streets.
Hides wanted.
? DHY HIDE8,
GREEN and SALTED HIDES,
CaI.F and RHKEPcKINS,
for which the highest cash price will be paid bv
t). H. CHALK LEY k C?'?
Thirteenth street between Main and Cary.
Je 17?te
"WEAVERS WANTED?The Man
TT che-tter Cotton and Wo'-l Manufacturing
Company wish In employ an add tlonni number of
WEaVE'RS. Employment constant and wages libe
ral. Apply at tue factory.
WILLIAM H. POWERS,
je 27?eod6t Agent.
Wanted, to rent a large
ST'iRE on Main street between Eighth and
Thirteenth, or on Broud between Fourth and
Sixth streets. Apply to
1SBJN, BENEDICT & CO.,
je 15 mi Main street.
WaNTED-P^GS. ROPE, PAPER,
Copper, Brass, Lead. Zinc, Iron, WhlteGla.su.
Ac., Ac., for which the highest cash prices are paid
by us.
"Extra Inducements offered to the trade.1
bMiTH. Potter & en.,
Jc ll No. 1707 Cary street.
WANTED,
CORN,
In large or email quantities.
Apply to L. POWERS,
Flour and Grain Dealer,
je 11 No. 154Q Main street, near Old Market.
TTIDK8 wanted.
-LL 'GREEN 6LAUGHTBRED HIDB8,
? Salted hides.
DRY HIDES,
CAI.F SKiMS ]
for which the highest prices in cash will be paid.
By consulting direct to us commissions will be
saved, and consignors may be assured of full mar
ket value and prompt pavm?> t.
' HUi ST & KING,
Tanners and Commlsion Merchants,
Fourteenth etreet, near Excoange Hotel,
Je i?flRichmond. Va.
T7IRGINIA AND NORTH CARO
T LIMA BANK NOTES wanted by
EDWARD COHEN, southwest corner
*' " Main and Ponrte?ntb streets.
Threw secon d-hand
CARRIAGES for sale by
BRAiniS It Cui'Ks,
J*1 Idflond and Broad itritu,
Auction Sales,
FUTURE DAY.
By B. B. Cook. Auctioneer,
Corner Governor and Franklin streets.
T ARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE
JU OF
FURNITURE. PARLOR FETS, MIRRORS,
OFFICB FURNITURE,
IROIT SAFE, OMMIBUSE3, Ac.,
AT AUCTION.
on WEDNESDAY. July l^th. at " o'cVck, I will
sell at the .Monument Hotel. cornerof Ninth and
Graee streets, the entire HoTEL OUTFIT, consist
ing of
Several PART.OR SUITES,
HAND-OME MIRRORS,
TaPBFTrY, BEUS8ELS, and INGRAIN CAR
PETS
FLOOE OILCLOTH and MATTING,
M?R3L3-TOP CHAMBER SUITE8.
COTTAGE Chamber FUSNrTURE, plain;
bureaus, "Wardrobes, washstaads,
Hair aod SHUCK MATTRESSE8,
FEATHER BEDS. BEDDING,
CaNE and WO()D-?EaT CHaTRS,
Walnut extension and side tables.
A large lot of CROCKER V. CHINA, GLASS.
a"u TINWARE, Ac., Ac.
The office furniture consists of
MaROGaNT ?nd WaLNUT DEsKS,
I larzesize H W?Ef? CLOCK,
1 TILTwN & McFARLANP IRON SAFE. &c.
After which will be sold
1 large OMNIBUS, capable of carrving twelve
persons :
1 pair superior HORSES and HARNESS,
l Concord SPRING WAGON.
The attention of the pub ic 1* called to this sale,
as it affords everybody an opportunity of supplying
tbem-elres with" ir^od furniture, and to ur.y one
wl-hing tcrembark in this business an opportunity
rarely met with, embracing as tt doe* evrry article
necessary for the condact of a tirtt-cla-s hotel.
KO. P. EMERSON.
Sale conducted by E. BTCgok, Anctlcnier.
Jy 2
By K..B. Cook, Auctioneer,
Corner of Governor and Franklin streets.
Household furniture, ^c.,
AT a [TCTlOIf.?T will at my store To
(Wednesday) the 3d Instant, commen
cing at lo o'clock, a'large lot of FURNITURE,
etc., consisting of
MaH''GAN 7 WARDROBES and BUREAUS,
MAKBLE-Top W^SBSTANDS,
K'?SEWoOD ->Dd JENNY I.IND BEDSTEADS,
EGYPTIAN NT A f- Bt.E-Top t ABf.ES,
MAR8LK-TMP CENTRE TABLES,
CiP.D tables.
Mahogany and WALNUT PABI.OE
CflAl RJ,
MA HI'O.A NY S^FiS,
ANTIQUE CHAIRS,
ROCK KhS,
DINING-ROOM CANE CHAIRS,
SEVERAL DOZEN NEW WOOD CHAIRS,
NEW HAIR and SHUCK MATTRESSES,
FEATHER BEDS.
B1 'LsTERS and PILLOWS,
. OFFICE DESKS and CHAIRS,
RbFHlGERAToRS,
WaT Et-COOLERS.
An assortment of
CHINA.
CP.oCKERY.
glassware, etc.
1 GOOD COOKING-STOVE and UTENSILS.
Jy_2 E. B. COOK, AncHoncer.
By Regnault & Co., Auctioneers,
Main street between Eighth and Ninth.
0\DT>LE=l, BUGGY HARNESS,
VJOaRT SADDLES, BRIDLES. BREECHING,
FURNITURE. B'X'KS, a N D sTATION'KKY aT
? UCTjON ?Without reserve w? will s?ll by auc
tion, at our store,- WkdNISSDaY MOKNInG, 3d
instant, commencing at 10 o'clock.
8 superior city made SAl'DLcS,
Slngl* and double cltv- mide HARNESS,
CakT SADDLES, BRIDLES, and BREECH
ING :
A handsome assortment of
H'TSEHuLD FURNITURE,
BEDS.
M ?T TRE'SES,
carpets; ?
A large vaiiety of
Valuable ROOKS (principally Catholicl,
STATIONERY,
MEDALS,
Mf *?"?**.
SHOWCASES, &c.
RE0NAUI.T ? CO.,
.iy 2?2t Auctioneers.
Bv Lyne 4 Brother,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
corner of Fifteenth and Franklin streets.
TWO FRAME HOUSES. ON THE
? ant bir.E OF TWENTY NINTH STREET,
b'vTN'FEN 31 AND 2f STREETS. FOR SALE
*T AUCTfOJN.?Will he sold, at the request of
(he owner, on FRIDAY. 5th July, i*C7, at balf
pisl 5 clock P. 31., the above-described PK<>
J'EK'I Y, which hia been recently painted and put
in tbor ugh repair. Each house contains f"ur
rooms, kbchen, and the usual oiit-honse?, with
wolie ol j.*""'! water, and are now occupied by
tenants at lair rente.
The C<?Ts> f'ont thirty feet each, more or less,
running back the usual .ierth.
Tkkms ; Liberal, ahd made known on day of
83'e. LiNE .x HKf.THEK,
|v 2 Auctioneers. J
By Grubbs Si Williams, Auctioneers,
Northwest corner Alain and Eleventh streets.
T OT AT THE crOCTHEAST COR
liNFR OF CAKY AND SEVENTEENTH
St HF.h'r> F<>R LEaSE A r AlTCTHGN.-i-n WED
NFSDaY. -1-I Inlv, at h alf-past 5 o'clock P. 31.. we
will lease : <ra term <f yeais, upon the premise;.,
the valuable lot located a- above, occupied for
many yearn by Bobert Farrar for a blacksmith
shop", and now by .Messrs. Earns A t berry and Wil
li* in Halt Crew i'or co*l yards. For the coal bttsi
ne.s ilii> is one of th? he's- stands in the eIiv.
Apt roved security will bo required from the le
fie? * GRUBUa A: Wll I.I Mis.
jy 2 Auctioneers.
/CHESTERFIELD LAND AT aU^
V J TI< ?N. ?On MON I) a Y (be ttb dayof Julv. HC7,
at Chesterfield CouMhouse (being court dav), we
shall otfor for sale by amtion.t" the highest bid
der, a TRACT "F li%WD near the court-hiitse,
formerly the home of Anderson Britton, contain
ing by recent survey at. ACRES, with dwelling
and all proper out-hoiii.es, good water, and good
land well timbered.
Tbkms : Cash for say $50 ; balance on a credit of
six, twelve, ami eighteen months, purohwr to
execute bond with good security, carrying inte
rest from date, and trust deed to sec are their pay
ment. Purchaser to pty the year'n taxes.
ALEXANDER ATj.MEj 31 D'.'NNaN.
Attorneys, iic.
PeTVKsnr-Ro. Va., June 10,1GJ7.
jy 2?Tu.'l h&s3t
By Harrison, Goddln & Appcraon, Auctioneer
and Real Estate Agents.
Beautiful lot, a t the north.
WFST CORNER tiF CAPITAL AND TENTH
STREETS, For KaLE ?T aO< T[ON. ? At the rn
qunst of tb? ownn- we will offer tor sale on S A -
YURI) AY AFTERNOON n*xt, the 6 h instant, at 5
o'clock P. M.. on the prurniHOH, that very valuable
?vacen'Lr,T opposite the WaKhirigfn monument,
at thn corner of '"apitol and Tenth street*., If not
privately sold before that day. Negotiations for
its purchase privately may be made wr.h us or
General.f. 1>. imboden.
Tekmh : At sale.
Harrison, aonniN & appkk>"-n,
jy 1 Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents
By Harrison, Goddin & Apporson, Auctioneers
and Real Estate Agents.
-\TRRY HA.NDBGME RESIDENCE,
V ON* THE NORTH K11 > K "F MARSHALL BE
TWEEN FIRST AND FOnSPEE STREETS. FOR
S.M.K AT AUCTION.?At the rcqnest of the owner
we shall sell at auction, on the premises, on WKD
NESDaY lb-3d of July 1107. at 5 o'clock P. M.,
that neat and very a'tr/ctive RESIDENCE located
as above, now in the occupancy of Mr. A. B.
Goodman. The dwelling contains eight rooms,
with front verandah, rear portico, bath-room, &c.
Good accommodation 'or s-rvaots, excellent sta
ble and carriage-bon?e, and the whole premises
in perfect order, having recently been thoroughly
remodelled and repaired. The" lot hasafrontof
?i | feet, runs back 107 feet to a wide alley, with a
ilower garden to the c;ts: of the dwelling, and
har.d-?oine)y f?ot inshru-s, flowers, grape vines,
and ? hade trees. This is really a most desirable
r.sidence. Possession given in a few days.
Terms: One-third cash : balance at four, eight,
and twelve raor ths, f'-r negotiable notes, Inten-.-t
added, secured by a trust deed Th? t ixes and in
surance for 1-67 to he pa'-l by ihe purchaser
il AltKIhON, GOD DIN' ii APPEKSON,
jy 1 Auctioneers.
By Grabbs h Williams, Auctioneers,
Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh streets.
Framed builTTng, on teased
GROUND, FOP. SALE AT APCT.ON.? On
WEDNESDAY, 3d of July, at 12 o'clock M., we
will sell at auction, upon the premises, the
FRAMED wnFsE owned by Nancy Carter, situ
ated on Fraoglin street between 'j lrtrteenth and
Fourtrenth streets. it Is arranged for a store be
low and dwelling above, and is a very good
st*nd tor bnslno?8.
Terms : At sale. GP.DBBS & WILLIAMS,
jy 1 Auctioneers.
EASE OF PURL'C PROPERTY
AT AUCTION.?In obedience to an net
of the General Assembly of Virginia passed
March 14, 1887, Ihe nndetsisned, appointed
commissioners to tske charge of c?>rtaiu pnbiic
property named In said act, will 1-aee o the higb
e-t bidder, a pnbiic auction, on the premises, on
MONDAY the 1st dav of Au.uat next, at4 o'clock
P M.. the L"T or PARCEL <?P GRi>UvD 'n the
cHv of Richmond known as the PUBLIC WAR*-'
H 'n^E, lying near he Richmond and Petersburg
Railroad den-1. for the term of ten years.
F. H. PEIKPOINT,/
WM. F. TaYLOR, > Commlesionere.
AbA ROGERS, )
jy 1?td
By HttrrUon, Goddin Sl Apperaon, Auctioneers
* and Real Estate Agents.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
I REAL E:T*TP, IN THE CITY OF R1CH
MOun, nv THR NORTH FT08 OP MARSHALL
BBTWFN GILMER AND MUNFORD STREETS,
A'V > UCTION.?By virtue of a deed of trust bear
ing date the 4th d?y of Jnne, 1564. and of record in
the GiotVo ntiioe ? f th? County Court of Henrico
county, to secure the payment of a certain pronila
rory note therein specified. said deed being ?xe
cuted to me by John D. G Lawrence and wife,
and being requested bVthe holder of said note so
to do. I will sali at nubile auction, on the prrmlae*.
rn TUESDAY the Dihdar of July. 1*47. at 4 o'clock
P. M.. the rort es-at* m?ntl?ned In said deed?to
wit: Two L<'TS, with a substantial BRICK HOU?E
upon each, each l?t fmnGng *3 f-et o inches on the
PTth side of Marshall street, and muni' g hack
abont i3o f?et. lying between Gllmore andAlun
fofd streets.
Terms : Announced on day of ?ale
LF.WI.S A. PR Kir", Trustee.
Sale conducted by Hakriaox, Godim.v ti Ai'Pig
so.*, auctioneer*. je ID
PoWFJaTAN PIPH6L-.
\jr HARVBT8 * WILLI a HI,
mj u Aiwu fot lbs MinfHtiw,
Auction Sales?
Ifuture day."
By Lee & Ooddln,
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
So. 1314 Cary street,
TRUSTEE' S~S A LE OF VALU
A Bl.K REAL ERTAT?, IN THE TOWN OF
MANCHESTER. AT AUCTION?By virtne of two
de?ds of ?ra?\ bearing dsta 18th 0?c?ra??er. 1"64.
and of record in ttie clerk's offlcsof Chesterfield
County Court, to secure the psymentnf certain mo
ney therein sped fleo, and b?T* g requested by the
beneficiary *o to do, 1 trill sell at public auction,
on the premises, on M^NDaT NfXT, 1st July.
H67, at. 5 o'clock P. M . the real estate mentioned
in the said deeds, which is as follows: All that
LOT OF OgODND fronting 132 feet on Perry
street, in tho rown of Manchester, and extending
hack 166 feet, being lot No. 24 in plan of said
town, upon which are two newly-erected frame
tenements, with two rooms each and wide pas
sages, row rented to good tenants at fair rents.
The entire property is well enclosed with new
piank fence.
Terms : Annonnced on day of sale.
if. M. LKE, Trustee.
Sale conducted by Lfe & Go?Dra, Autioneers.
POSTPONEMENT.?1The above sale Is post
poned nntil WEDNESDAY EVENING. 3rd in
stant. at 6 o'clock. LEE & GoDDTN.
jy 2 Auctioneers.
By Lee & Goddln,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. W14 Cary street.
dX HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SIX
O acres up wood land near wrr.cox'S
WHABF. IN THARlEn CITY CoDNTY, ,F<?R
naLB AT AUCTION ? We will sell at Charles City
Courthouse on THUKbDA Y the lSfh of daty, 1367,
that being court day. ?'6 ACRES three and a half
miles from Wileox's wharf, on James river. This
land fronts on Nwtnysrd's road, and adjoins the
Itnds ol' John Wa kor. James Barnes, and others.
This land is w-ll wooded, and would suit anyone
wishing to go in the wood business. This fart
will be sub-civlded so as toetiit persons of small
means. The Improvements c< lis'st nt it new, com
fortable bouse and kitchen. Mr. John Hamblet is
now living on the place. LEE & GODDIN,
Auctioneers.
After the above sale will be sold C1 AC3E3 jrear
Hopewell rhurcb, adjoining the lands of Anthony
liiil and others This tract is a'?o well wooded.
Terms : Made known ou day of sale. jy
By Clopt >n & Harwocd,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
Tenth between Main and Dank streets.
Five beautiful building
LOTS, IN THE COUNTY OF HENRICO, FOR
Sale AT AUCTION.?Wo will gel! at' auction on
FRIDAY NEXT, the 6th of July, lsti", at half-past
5 o'clock P M., tho following ileal Kstate : fiVB
BEAUTIFUL LOTS, known ns lots Nos. 16 and 17'
io Duval's plan of lots, near the Richmond Col
lege, each (rooting 2* feet 7 inches on the south
side of the Richmond and Fredoiicksburg rail
road, running back of irregular dep'hs an average
of about 120 feet to an alley twenty feet wide.
Tekmb : Accoxumodating, and nude known at
sale. CLOPfON Si HARWOOD.
jy2 . Auctioneers.
By E. B. Cook, Auctioneer,
Corner Governor and Franklin etreeta.
B
>Y VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
trust executed to in* as trustee by Michael
Scbardt and Henrietta isrhardt, recorded in the
clerk's ottice of ? hu Hustings Court i f tbe city of
Richmond. and at the request of the parties inte
rested, I will proceed to ??11 at-public auction on
MONDAY the s'th dav of July, at te o'clock A. M.,
at the house of said Michael rchardt, on Gary be
tween Ninth an<i Tenth streets, the KEY, HOOD
WILT,, and UNEXPIRED LEASE on said house,
with BAR and ST"RF. FIXTURES, snch as
ICE B- X, C< UNTKKS, SHELVING, &('? I
Also, CHAIRS. TABLES, BE PS,
BUKBaTS, STOVEK, and other articles too nu
merous to mention;
All stock of GROCERIES and LIQUORS, amongst
the latter a good assortment of excellent
qa-iliiy.
For a msii with a moderate capital (his is con
sidered a good investment.
Terms : Made known on day of sale.
j7 t J. PI. 8HURMaN, Trustee.
By Harrison, Uoddin ?St Apperson, Auctioneers
and Real Estato Agents.
nPRUSTFES' RALE~OF VALUABLE
L TRACT OF F"UK HUNDRED andninkty
FIVE ACRES OF LAN!', IN CHAKt.ES CITY I
COUNTY. ABOUT SIXTEEN MILKS B'-L 'W
RICHMOND. NEAR To GIF CK a HOMINY
SWtMP, AND SEVEN MILES FROM .IaMEA
RIVER. INCLUDING EXCELLENT STEAM S.a\V
MILL AND ENGINE THEREON ?Rv .virtue of a 1
deed of trust executed to the subscribers by Wil- 1
liain H. Aldfrdice, hearing date Ittth Juno, ISM, !
dnly recorded in the Chat les City Countv < ourt, we
shall, in exerutton thereof, proceed to -ell at pub- j
lie auction, on ?ho premises, on WEDNESDAY the 1
loth of July. Ht>7, at 12 o'clock M., if fair, if not, '
the first f-Iir day thereafter, the above valuable!
TRACT *?F LanD, containing 4115 .teres, known ,
as the Quarter Tract or Forrest fliJt. iiiolnding a 1
valuable 11 Sa w MILL ar.d ENGINE j
tber. ori 'idng the same property conveyed to the |
said a Idetdice by Jaws St Haines ami wife by 1
deed bearing even date with tbe said tiiist deed. I
The deed requires a cash sale, hut by written'
consent 1 i the parties the term- will bo one-fourth '
cash ; l' il slice ;.t six, twelve, and eighteen months
for negotiable noies. interest added, sec - re d |>y a '
i trust d-e t. The taxes for 1-P7 to b? paid hv the
purchaser. W. GODPIN ' '
J. L. Al'l'EkSON, '
je 20 Tru-fees.
By Lyne & Brother,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
corner of Fifteenth and Franklin streets.
rinvo VKRY DES'IftA BLE AND;
1. NEWLY-BUILT FRAME TENEMENTS, ON 1
THE ?<f>KTM StDK oF U L * Y BETWEEN
TWENTY-SEVENTH AND TWENTY-MOUTH:
STREETS. H?R Sal.EAT AUCTION.-We will I
KeII lit public auction on WEDNESDAY Iho <ftlJ
day of July. l*'57, ;it Iia.1 f'-pa-t "> o'clock I\ M , the
above described PfCPEKTY. Each tene
tenement;
contains lour r ^Oin?, kitchen, water, Ac.
The lota trorit 25 feat each, running buck 150 feet j
to hn alley.
This properly has lust been completed, and t3
built 1 ri the moat convenient s'yie, and is welt ,
worthy the attention of those desiring bavin# de- j
siruble priv?t^ residences.
Ti.hms: One-third c a -1 u; balance at six atnl
twelve months : negotiable notes, interest added, }
secured by a trust deed.
LYNE & BROTHER,
fe 2a Auctioneers. |
Immedi uely after tho above sale we will sell the
two deniable LOTS adio.ning, fronting twenty
tivo feet each and running buck feet to an ai- ]
ley.
Terms : At sale. LYNE A BROTHER,
ia 2 Auctioneers, i
J^ARGEAND ATTRACTIVE SALE
J)F LEAF TOBACCO AT AUCTION.
There will bo sold at ?action, at Ilie Tobacco Ex
change at Richmond, Virginia, on WEDNESDAY
the loth day of July, UC7,
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
, OK MoHK
HOGSHEADS OF LEAF TOBACCO.
This tobacco Is of the best selections of Virginia
leaf of the crrp of lS'O, bought for the French
Market by the late John Jones. As it was selected
with reference to its order for safe-keeping, the
most of it is no doubt still perfectly sound and
sweet.
The casks will be stripped from the tobacco at
Mayo's warehouse by 12 o'clock M. on TUESDAY
preceding the sale, for the inspection of pur
chasers. The whole will be carefully trampled and
pur in good shipping order.
The tobacco will he inspected and sampled, and
Information glv-n in relation to the same previous
to the sale by Messrs Bo'tlng A Hutcheson, in
spectors, &c , at Mayo'e warehouse, Richmond.
Tekms : Cash, Government funds.
WIi.l.IaM W. CRUMP,
JOHN S. LOOM IS,
Commissioners.
Richmond, Jane, 1117. Je 24-2w
By Grabbs & Williams, Auctioneers,
Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh streets
"TrA LUABLE GRANITE-F RONT
V TENEMENT, OS MAIN STREET OPPOSITE
FIRST MARKET, AT ADOTI'-N.-On WEDNES
DAY, 3d of July, at?o'clock P M-. wc will sell
at au'tion, upon the premises, the GRANITE
FRONT TENEMENT No. 1507 east Main ?tr<?..t,
adjoining O. A. Strecker s storo. and occupied by
M. Harrison as a clothing and dry goods *t?_re It
hfcR three stories and an attic above the cellar,
and Is in g od repair.
The location Is one of the beat In the citv for
business. It l< now rented at %l.2O0 per annum.
Tkr*3 : Liberal, and made known at the tl >ie of
aa'e, GKOBBS ? WILI.UMS.
je 29 Auctioneers.
By E. D. Eacho,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, office on Four
teenth street between Main and Franklin
For sale atTutition, on the
premis&B, on WEDNESDAY, Jnly 3d, at 5
o'clock P M., a very desirable little Fa KM in the
county of Henrico. live miles below Richmond,
near the Charles City road, containing forty-f-nr
and a naif ncres of land, with growing c"ry> ?-f
corn, oats. bav. vegetables, icc.. (kr.otrn as Dove
Hill) now in the occupancy of Mr. L, Glrard. The
D WELLIN G cousi- ta of lour large rooms and base
ment. ??n the place ih*re are two kitchens,
smoke-house, bar ?, stable, and other improve
ments. The a*>ove pr perty can be bought pri
vately If application is made before the day of
sale. E. P. EaCHo,
jei0?tdsAuctioneer and ??al Estate Agent.
By Davenport ? Co., Stock Auctioneers.
Office over National Exchange Bunk.
WE SHALL 8k7L AT AUCTION,
at our olllee.over the National Exchange
Bank, on WEDNKSoaY, July 3d. commencing
12 o'clock, th? following BO> l>b aud sT? CK - :
"jUtS.ODtf City of Lynchburg Six Per Cent. Coupon
Bonds,
f 1,030 City of Lynchburg Six Per Cent. Registered
Bonds,
$lo,coo City of Richmond Six Per Cent. Registered
Bonds,
$2,000 Virginia and Tenne?see Railroad Six Per
Lent. Coupon Bonds, ilrst and second
mor gage;
$3 ooo Virginia six Per Cent. Registered Bonds.
$3oo KoulbsUe Ralltoad Coupons, past due;
guaranteed by city Petersburg .
10 shares Manchester Cotton and W ool Manu
facturlng Company s stock.
.4 shares Richmond and Danville Railroad
Company's Stock,
20 shares Richmond. Fredericksburg and Po
tomac ^alDoad Company'* block.
40 shares Virginia Savings ?nd lusurance
Company's Stock (D. J. Burr, Beoretary),
5 glares 4satu>nal bai k H? ck,
and such o ber bonds and storks as may bs offered
WlTkoci unit bsforo dajrjf sale
DAYaNPOET k CO.,
J? 8s?.tdi Itock Auctioneers,
For Merit,
TTiORRE^T, that largo nnrl ,
JT three-rory BRICK immtMan, ./
went corner Tweniy-alxth and FrankSin
streets, Cbnreh Htll. containing ten n.r,^
with Kin; water, and water-cio?e"?, thr-*"., -
brick kitchen with range, biirk eta')).., Si, '/
necessary oat bnlidlrg*. Th? who!., rr... .Jf ?
In the mo?t con-ol.'l# repair, with the n,, ,? 1"'
bte mantel* ami hearth* tbr mi/hoot trif, 4,''
ing. 11l* one of ')i?> rno*f dedr'blo '!?<? l|r
rent In the city, and will be rented to . ?'*
foltonant CLAPTON A HtkiVfi^ ''
Pea! Estate Agent* and A action**;.
Tenth street betweea Main and Bank -or.J
441
For rent, three-story brt,?
DWELLING on ?a?t side Twenry-'h'M J
bttween Main and Franklin street*. cor.u;r, A
In? ten rooms, brick kitchen, and the n?c?*. fijl
aary ont-hooses. CLgPTon ft HARWOon**?
Weal Fstate Agents and AactSor,?0L
jy 2?St Tenth street between Main an fe?Vt
For rent, two-story i&:
PVTELLING. on the west side of s?. ^
cord between Main and Gary streets, forrn?r.
It the residence of 8. D. Donooo, decc*.?s
The dwelling contain.<seven room*. with J'jjJi
and the usnal ouf-bnildtngs; gas and W4t.r'r..rr'
premises. To be had at once. * -??
GLoPToN ft HARWr,rn
Rpal Eslate Agent* 8nd aoctio-p^,
. jy 2?3t Tenth street between Main an-j t '
FOR RE N'T, BRICK DWELT ;vr
on Twenty-seventh street. Cbnrch K:; 1 '
Temperance R'sll, cortalning fonr roc a'
brick kitchen. To be had at onee 't
CLOPTON ft HAP.tVton
Real Estate Agent* aM ^ne:.cr^k.
jy 2?3t Tenth street between Main ? c,.'
FOR RENT, FRAMED I)Wi?'mN.,
on C-ntral railroad near the depot, cor-. /
ing four rooms. To be bed at once.
(,'LOPrvN ft HARWOIO
Real Ecltle Agents ar .1 t net; ? i..,
jy S-.tt Tenth between Main and Bang
IfOR RENT, the desirable FH \Mf .
STORK on the sojitlr side of l-r? a.i ),?. ^
trreen Sixth and seventh street*, which *j, -
recently occupied by Sirs. Booth m a uitiii- 1
neiv .*Ubl>hmt'rit. Term* nmlerate
Jy 2- St LYftg AlBROTIIEk
ITtOR RENT.?I ofter lor ru
1 MGNHMKNT which 1* ?r
ted on Grace and Ninth streets immedlat
in front of the Public squire.
Or I will SaLL upon liberal term*.
Jy 2 - lw J A 31ES LY< \\s,
For rent, the tenement"*;
721 Main street, over, the T store of J. ^
H. An'hony. containing six rectus ani*
kitclion. ? " *?'
Also, the OFFICE in basement of No. :*? _
ocen'.iad by George R. Bigbv. I'o.->es*-ori
of the former on the 1st of fceptember ; of the >.j
at once. Apply to
3 DR. GEORGE B STEEL
jy l--6t Dentlht. 71M Slain
I?OR RENT. That very (JosirnL;
' BRICK DWELLING, with ten room-. M
kitchen with three rooms w.-.t.-r ami g*s. on fll
Firet street three doors from Carv. ai ; :v to Hi
P. II. sTaKKE^
jy 1?fit No. lipt Matp ?jr.
Ip O R R E NT, tbe UN5 XI'FhiJ
TEKM of the pretty little STorsland
CELT.AKrn Marshall street- between Filth
and Sixth s!r?ef*, Islely occupied by Mos?r
K. A. Jlose* ft Br. th- r. The lix ure* in -a
and the unexpired license in-y b.. hid *t?
low price. ISBEbL ft DAV *,
Real Estate Agents ami Auctioned
je 2!> 3t opposite Spotswood H
1
I^OK RENT, vorv desirable TWo.
STORY FRAME TRNEMKN I". nearV
Blltzbelnier. on Iho MachHiiicj-ve * ' Cv.;Jyl
plka n*>ar Venable Hired. *?* ' v t,,
rooms, kitchen, water, &c. ^ BROTHER
i? sh ,3t
SILL FHAMETKNt
corner Bljjb'e^iuh &t\A
room* uattil
T^OR ^SNT,SM
Jj MENT, vu?r *?
Ciftv streets, v\lh,tw,' ?**
out-house?. I,TNE A BROTRta
???? ^\r77vn noA^vlbrep '?ton
TjiOR RENT, X^uh "tous^ >*? A
Jf BRICK HOUSES. \1, M0ck?tt-. r\
? . Rockott"
conip'et'-d, 011 kront stre
A pply to
Je ise-llw
I^OR RENT, tho
. occupied l>y Mr. George -
Main street between Third and Foil
reunion given immediately. It will
perfect order. Apply to
je 20 PUBCBLL, LAP
IX)R RENT, the STORE and P
THUES complete, 011 Marshall street be
tweon Fifth ami Sixth Hl,vet?. r.?;tr the N*w
Market, ret?nllv occupied by Mr. John T.,
fi/er. Apply to A. D TIN'SLB1 .
id 13?te * Ho. !0<>7 Maeln bank.
IJOR RENT.
X TWO TENEMENTS In LIbby Buildings. s- t
Apply to n.
je^ P \ LMBR. If K HTSOOR & cn. Jjj'JZ.
IP 0 R KENT, tho STOKfiHOl^
formerly occupied by the stil'-icriber a* ?. ^
a chirm store. It has good shelving. conn- yf 1
lei*, stove, ire. ; which will go with tho.'" a
house. It (a an excellent stand for any ki
business. *1 lie rent will be made very ioi
good tenant.
Also, for rent a largo WAREHOUSE In
sarae, suitable for a carpen.^'s shop Appl.
corner opposite Ballard and B*
a ji 12?ts
j. 0 oJ?ELS<>N, Agen'
Rote.*
f)OR KENT, the superior
STORY and has F. MENT WaI
HOUSE in Commercial Block adjoining 1
own store. This hoase has ovei/ com
niijiice, with vault and safe Inside, and ha
superior in the city either In location or sr.-a
ment Price reasonable,
mil IS?Is HARV2T8 i WLLLIAMS.
Ileal Estate for Sale?
Beautiful suburjun iii-s/
DBNCB.?I will sell or excbai jefnrc 1
lierty rny LITTLK FakM of tlnr.v . *? more' c ^
within naif a mile of the citv.oi 11. *? n ?? ?<1H'
road, being a portion ofthe Mitch*- .:>> -pi bg tract.
There Is on it a handsome bK * K \c.Nr.TUN
CoTTAUE containing nine roi*ni?, stable aed
Out houses, a great variety of l>. .u'itul Mirtto
bery. an wluo of about I.OO'J Fruit Trees
choicest k luds?pluii . A pn*' *t*
pies, Nemrli , Incir, , f.j .
Uwarl Peais. rare ?. 1, '
berries. A stream ol waT^^^B^^P" " ''**?
from which a large p?>rid^^^^^^''ia*le. .1 *1 on
each side s?vert?i lce-hon^^/?*?}' "e tmiit
tilled, there Is also near J* -*r*!*m <.t '"drier
IIKICK fl*?USKof seven rooiLiii 'l the'|* tc<* !?
susceptible of being divided in turn u'n litil*
farms, i will sell on a long cr? 1 ir a* *1 ?*n _iit.p-.ti
terms. ha Ml? El- K DoVK,
oPice over Blunt & Moselev's drug - - re,
Je20-BiAllm
I> EAL ESTATE F.IK SAI-K 1'r.f
t VAT ELY'.-Those two BEAUTIFUL BUILD
ING L'?TS at the southeast corner i f Third tr.*i
ByrJ streets, fronting 30 lost ? acii on Third -'r*et.
and running back 120 feet to an alb y areeff-rtd
for sale privately Tetms sccomfi oi tu.c Ap;-y
at the L>i*i>'ilch oiiice or to UUUBBh i \Vll.l.!AM.>.
je H
Carriages, cVx*.
rriLTi IT PAY? ENCOUK^JE
^iiS H 0 M E M vN l* KACTI>Ifl?8.- r.
LAMHETH vV FKaNCIS.
CAKKI Ali K M A b UFU.Tl' UKII*1,
(? ticcessors to King it Latubelli .
No. 1&13 Franklin street, hichuiomi, Y.t
Onr friends and the putilic in want cf (.'ar
riages. Baggies and Wagons of any ilescripti'-a,
will find it to their advantage to calf and -Xaihlre
onr assortment. We n-di no north.-rroin t J" car
riages but pledge ourselves to l urni-h . s g* -1 n.i
as lashionahle carriages, and *r j<r:?-?-? a* reasons,
bleas they can be bought t'ls-wrher*. W. *v!rs
all persons in want of articlsK in < ur ilne, friend.y
to southern Ineu-try and enterprise, to call and
examine our stock and prices.
REPAIRING done promptly and in a i:nnner to
give satisfaction.
Je 16-MM BETH A FK A NCI's.
{A EOKGE A. AINSLIK,
ijr , c
MANUFACTURER AM)
MANUFACTURZR
DEALER IN CARRIAGE 3
No. IOTs.VTK BT&BKT, BKTWKf..* 31.1! X A * " CaXT,
would Inform his friends and th*
to exhibit as complete an assortr.eiit as can
found.
Mator H. H. Ebldbx Is e.-ga/ed with oe, and
will be pleased tosee his old frieuos. -p W-'?
Seeds.
G
ENGINE FLAT DUTCH <'AB
baoe
SEED just received and for
J. If CHILDKKY * CO .*' V1' T
In, between Eighteenth and * jt
hmond, Ya.
No. l^ldMain,
etrgsts, Richmond,
rJ^UKNIP BEED! TUKNTT SEED 11
early white dutch turnip.
RED TOP STEAP-LEaPTUKMP.
LARGE WHITE NORFOLK TO KM P.
WHITE GLOBE TURNIP,
Y'EL LOW GLOBE TURNIP,
OREEH TOP ABERDEEN TURNIP.
DEVONSHIRE GRAY STONE TURNIP.
IMPROVED RUTA BaOA TURNIP.
WHITE SWEDE TURNIP, etc., etc.
For sale by ALLAN A JOUNS0S.
Je S I5(M Main *Oect:,
-A fresh Ruppl/,^
t ARDEN SEED.?A fresh suPP )' ^
X reliable GARDEN and rLO\l !K
eel red by JOHN W KI80N Drogg^.
Mb ? Main and Third .ira*"
TO KXCURMON]Sm~M?
1 COKM1CK & KELLY rospecifully b.x L
Inform the citizens of h|C iru>?nd 1
tn%y are prepA.ed to fnral^h Pic nics fcxear l^
&c., wiih lite en* icest or Whirs.
ale. Porter, and Mineral Waters, auti bopetoU'y
ritand I'twelre a ?ha?e of the public * patron***
On Twentieth between Alatu and Cary ?tr??1**
Jyt-3t
Mks. mary e. bailey w?
srrvleeaaaa L*D1RS' NUltsE W "h* ?*
ol Richmond. Having had twelve ),,4r*#*ihVtt
rlence, ?be mpectfu ly asks tbe f**?r 1 '<4a
patronage In her profession. Good rviereme*
be glvao. JUaidenea, No. 711 Foortn aires._
twMa Jackaon aad^aral. ]?**-i.

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