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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1868.
WA8HIXGTOX TiKTTCR.
Correspondence of the Ktehmond Dispatch.
The Report from Tennessee? A Supervisor
at Last ? Pennsylvania ? Work for the
Democracy , etc.
Washington, September 11, 1868.
Two events to-day broke in upon the mo
notony of the Septembor dullness. One
was the Address from the Tennessee State
representatives to the President, the pre
paration of which has been duly heralded
bv telegraph and mail for ten days or wo
weeks past. The Tennessee gentlemen ar
rived here yesterday morning, satisfied
themselves during the day with the com
pleteness of their alarming report, enjoyed
all dav yesterday the luxuries of firet-c.ass
hotel existence, went last night to see the
" Black Crook," and appeared punctually
this morning at the White House at the
hour laid aside for their reception, and
opened their budget of complaint against
the Kuklux clan, of which they appear to
be in considerable dread. \our corre
spondent was at the White House when the
committeemen arrived, but the President,
for some reason, excluded the members of
the press while tho interview was had, and
the Tennesseeans assert gave them instruc
tions to divulge nothing that occurred.
They came out looking happy, however,
(everybody does who has an audience with
the President, as a general thing,) and
expressed themselves satisfied with w a
assurances had been made to them by
Mr. Johnson. They expect another con
fab" to-morrow if they are not favored
to-night. Their report occasions conside
rable comment. It was no doubt intended
as a Radical campaign document? possibly
as a set-off to the Rosecrans corresrond
ence, and is compared by
letter of Governor Warmouth, brought here
a few weeks ago by Colonel Dean, clamor
ing for troors in Louisiana to suppress
imagined disturbances there. The 1 resi
dent will no doubt refer the report of the
Tcnnesseeans to the Secretary of War, as he
did the Warmouth letter, and the result
will probably be similar, or they will be
satisfied with the assurance that in case
the Kuklux become formidable in their
midst the Government troops -will be forth
with dispatched to their relief.
The other event of moment alluded to in
commencing this letter is the appointment
of the first supervisor of internal revenue
under the now law. That is no positive as
surance that other appointments of this
grade will follow speedily, for Rollins and
McCulloch seem to continue at odds on this
subject the same as formerly. This ap
pointee is no politician, and is backed by
men of both parties. He was once nomi
nated as collector of the district of Montana,
but was rejected by the Senate. The pres
ent case needs no confirmation.
The Radicals are using their utmost
efforts to carry Pennsylvania, and have in
augurated a system of tremendous vigor in
their campaign there. Democrats are also
very sanguine, though they do not brag so
heartily as their opponents. Pennsylvania
is the battle-ground in this fight. If the
Democrats do not win there in October the
cause is hopeless ? Maine, Vermont, and
cveu Ohio, sink into insignificance in com
parison. Pennsylvania will decide the
whole subject. That is the opinion ^ of'
several prominent and leading Conservative
politicians. , , _
TWv Ave uppllCttllOUB UU? Vcforo
the Internal Revenue Office for establish
ing export tobacco bonded warehouses
three from New ^ ork and two from Balti
more. Two will also be made shortly from
Pennsylvania. There arc now in existence
one in Baltimore, one in Boston, and one in
New York.
The weather is oppressively warm, as it
generally is about the 12th of September.
We are reminded of a heated term about
that date from the fact that in the olden
time, when militia organizations here were
not 41 contraband," the troops always pa
raded on the 12th in honor of the anni
versary of the battle of North Point, and
invariably did so in winter uniform , to their
immense discomfort, as the heat about that
time of the year generally exceeded that oi
any portion of the summer, although last
ing but a little while. Timon.
PKTKRSKlKd LF/iTER.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Health of the City ? Receipts of Wheat
since the First of July ? Neejro Post
master in D into i (1 el i e ? Comparative
Kumber of Advertised Letters in Rich
mond, Manchester, and Petersburg- ?
Farms Jiented at Auction.
Sftl Pktkkshckm, September 12, 186P.
The weather lor several days has been
very oppressive, and persons returning
from the mountains cannot but feel the rays
of this September sun even more sensihly
than those who remained at home to bear
the heat and burden of the day. Thus far
our population has been more exempt from
autumnal diseases than was anticipated.
Fever and ague prevails to only a limited
extent, and cases of remittent fever are
very rare.
According to the best estimate which lias
been made, the quantity of wheat brought
to this market since the 1st of J uly is 6i.fi0<)
bushels, being on an average about 1,(H)0
bushels a day. Though this falls far short
of the Richmond receipts, yet when it is
considered that ours is less of a farming
than a planting district, and that the crop,
moreover, was a very light one everywhere,
our millers have no reason to feel disap
pointed. In fact, the market has been ra
ther glutted with all except the better
grades, which, being only a small propor
tion of the crop, still bear good prices, and
will not probably fall materially below the
present figures.
A feature in our tobacco market now is
that the "primings" of the new crop are
coming in, and sell readily at from $2.50 to
$3.50 ; some have sold as high as $3.75.
At San Marino, in Dinwiddie county, a
coal-black negro named William Starke,
and who can neither read nor write, has
actually received the appointment of post
master. The office is at a small country
Btore, and has only been kept up for the pur
pose of attracting custom. It appears that
the late incumbent sold out to two young
men and moved away, thus leaving the
office vacant. As no better person could bo
found to take it, they obtained the place
for Starke ; but it is'said that the neigh
bore protest against it, and will make repre
sentations to the Department to secure his
dismissal.
In looking over the lists of advertised
letters in the Richmond and Petersburg
papers one cannot but be struck at the
remarkable discrepancy between the num
bers uncalled for in our respective cities.
If they furnish any indication of the com
parative amount of correspondence of the
two places it might be inferred that the
people of this enterprising city are but
little given to communicating with their
friends through the mails. Taking up the
papers of this morning, for instance, 1 find
that our postmaster gives a list of exactly
sixty letters, while the list of the Rich
mond office amounts to more than eight
hundred ! Even in the village of Manches
ter the number is more than a hundred.
As Richmond is not believed to be fifteen
times larger than Petersburg, nor Manches
ter twice as large, the only rational solution
of the problem that 1 can think of is that
over on the James every person waits to
see his (or her) name in the paper before
going or sending for their mails. It may
#ave watty fruitless errands to delay making
application till it is positively known that
their pains will bo rewarded.
Quite a number of farms and small places
lying in the neighborhood of the city were
rented out to-day at public auction ? posses
sion to be given the first of next year. The
most valuable are as follows :
Ellerslie , tho beautiful place on Swift
crock belonging to the estate of David
Dnnlop ? the dwelling and one hundred
and seventy-five acres ? rented to J. M.
Rogers for $101, Another portion of the
name tract, containing three hundred and
twenty-five acres, with house, for $187.50.
A tract of five hundred acres and dwell
ing, in Prince George, belonging to the es
tate of John Sturdivant, to David Tucker
for $75.
A tract of two hundred and thirty-two
acres, and dwelling, near Poplar Grove
church, in Dinwiddie, belonging to J. A.
Talmage,for$175. S.
Letter from Lexington.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Rockbridoe, September 11, 1868.
This is one of the most charming spots in
the mountains ? the first time I have visited
it. The buildings are neat, comfortable,
and tasty. The healing powers of the
waters are attested by the hundreds who
annually visit these springs.
On yesterday I attended the installation
of Commodore Maury as professor of
phvpics in the Military Institute of Vir
ginia. It was one of the happiest days of
my life, and a tribute I gladly paid to one
of the greatest and best men who ever
"lived in the tide of time." The ceremo
nies were as follows :
1. Colonel Pendleton made a happy and
appropriate prayer ? nothing omitted , no
thing unhappily said, but just as it Bhould
have been.
2. General F. H. Smith next addressed
the audience, giving a biography of Com
modore Maury ? his great discoveries, the
honors paid him by emperors, kings, and
universities, more numerous than you or
myself will ever recollect ; that he refused
positions of honor and profit tendered
by emperors, but turned his face to his old
mother to console, comfort, and strengthen
her in her afflictions.
3. Governor Letcher, as president of the
Board, with commission in hand, followed
General Smith. He would not attempt to
add to what had been so happily said. It
would be " painting the lily, adding per
fume to the violet." No, he would attempt
no such vain thing. He then turned to
Commodore Maury and Paid (after reading
the commission): "In handing you this
commission Virginia honors herself more
than she honors yon." This went to the
hearts of all, and was answered by loud
applause.
4. Then rose Commodore Maury, decked
with the honors conferred by emperors,
kings, and universities ? his heart swelling
with emotions, his eyes filled with tears,
and his words struggling for utterance.
Many a heart swelled with his, and tears
trickled down manly cheeks and mingled
with woman's tenderness. I will not
attempt to sketch what he said. His ad
drees will be published. It was full of
thought, suggestive, scientific , but the croxcn
ivg beauty of all was the testimony of such
a man und such a mind to the truth of
revelation.
Henceforth his words will be embalmed
with those of Newton and Boyle, and de
scend to coming ages the witness of a great
mind to immortal truth. Of Boyle it was
said he was " the connecting link between
men and angels." Of Mnury it may be said
that to him the great I Am has unrolled the
charts of both worlds, and his teachings
learn us Vinxc tn navignti* the oceans of time
and eternity.
My heart swelled, not in pride , but in
gratitude to the Almighty that such a man
was permitted to bless his kind, and he a
man ,l to the manor born."
What a brilliant circle of great and good
men surround the literary circle of institu
tions of Lexineton ? Washington College and
the Virginia Military Institute! Lee at the
head of one ? Smith and Maury at the head
of the other, with able colleagues equal to
the high mission of training the youth of
our land to the discharge of the duties of
citizen and patriot, and holding true alle
giance to the God who made and to the God
who redeemed him.
I have placed a boy there. With such
models before him, and euch influences
around him, if the germs of a man are in
him they must be developed. He is of
the Military Institute, and I had rather
he should be there than at any institution
on earth.
Forty years ago I passed in the Btage
through Lexington. This may bo Baid to
be my first visit. The mountains and
scenery around are majestic, and lift the
soul from Nature " up to Nature's God."
This morning, before the..rj*in? sun, I
was in the beautiful Jemetery alone , and
mingled jt .&?F"with the dew-drops which
-5?tVicd on the grave of the great warrior and
Christian hero ? Stonewall Jackson. I also
stood over the ashes of the gallant Paxton
and Pendleton, of the accomplished gentle
man, true patriot and brilliant orator,
James McDowell.
'Trlnees, this clay must be your bed
In fpite of all your tow-rs ;
Th?; tall, the wise, the reverend head,
Must lay as low as ours "J
J. M.
Crowds Leaving; the MoantalDN ? The
Npringt* Season a Profitable One?
The Crops, &c.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Cold Sulphur Springs, Va., \
September 9, 1868. J
The visitors to the various springs are
leaving, although the weather is warm for
September. The season began earlier than
usual, and has been one of the longest and
largest known in the history of the Virgi
nia springs. The months of June and July
were unusually hot, which accounts for the
early rush to enjoy the mountain breezes
and the health-giving fountains of our lib
eral and beneficent old mother, who iB still
grand amid her desolation and her oppres
sion. There are near two hundred visitors,
it is Baid, at the White Sulphur, forty
to fifty at the Hot, which has had a
fine season under the management of that
prince of landlords Jim McClung alias
" Uncle Jim," as he is now called by his
friends who are even much older because
of his snow-white locks. The enterprising
company are truly fortunate in procuring
the services of one of the most indefatiga
ble, kind, polite, and attentive managers
ever known to the public. The improve
ments, too, suggested and made by him are
admirably adapted to the comfort and
pleasure of the numerous poor cripples and
invalids seeking relief at this noted water
ing-place, especially the arrangement in
the varied baths, which are so notorious
for the relief they have afforded to
the suffering rheumatio and neuralgic
patients all over the country. Other
new improvements, in the way of a
fine hotel, are being projected, and the
world-wide reputation of the Hot will
more than fill them all. There are some
twenty or thirty at the Warm, which is
also noted for its admirable baths, and fifty
or more at the Healing. There are 150 at
the Rockbridge Alum, which ia now, per
haps, the largest crowd in the mountains,
returning, many of them, from the White
and the contiguous watering-places. Visi
tors will remain longer at the Rockbridge
Alum than, perhaps, at any of the other
springs. They have had, I loam, a very
fine Beason. All are aware of the recent
sale of thiB valuable property, and of
course will regret the separation and Iobb.
of its old and chief manager, William '
Frazier, Esq. No doubt the purchaser, {
Mr. James Frazier, one of the joint owners
with his uncle, will maintain the reputa- ,
tion of this} valuable health-giving foun
tain, and do all in his power to please the
invalid aa well aa the pleaaure-aeeking
community. The White Sulphur has had
an unusual season.
The crops of corn are very fine in all the
mountain counties. There are fifteen^ or
twenty invalids here also, who are fast im
proving under the magic remedial power of
the finest water for dyspepsia and its kin
dred complications anywhere known. The
proprietor, Mr. 8. Goode, did not open here
for the reception of visitors until very late
(about the 1st August) ? but from the great
curative powers of the water, attested by
many in your city and elsewhere, we Pre~
diet for this " world's wonder " a crowd
next season. Mediccs.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Now BnlUing: s? Prospect* of the
City? Demand for I-abor? Result of
Voting for President, etc.. etc.
Baltimore, September 11, 1868.
A vast number of buildings here are in
process of erection, and laborers of a
kinds are in great demand. Last y?ar
2,800 houses were built in this city, and it
is thought that this year the number will
be greater. Many here wouM rejoice to
know that the material prosperity of your
beautiful city was improving. Richmond
has had a glorious past, and she is destined
to a bright future. .
This evening the through train from
Washington to Baltimore was crowded with
visitors from the Virginia Springs return
ing to their homes. A vote was taken for
President with the following result : Sey
mour, 139; Grant, 31. Seymour's majo
rity, 108.
I occasionally see the Dispatch, and con
gratulate its proprietors on the signal suc
cess with which their efforts have been
crowned. If I mistake not, it is to be one
of the foremost journals of the land. X.
?????
Happiness.
When are we happiest V When the light of morn
Wakes the voting roses from their crimson re t .
When cheerful sounds upon the fresh winds borne,
Till man resumes his work wl'li bitter ze6t.
While the bright waters leap from rock to glen
Are we the happiest then
When are we happiest ? In the crowded h all. ?
When fortune smiles, and flatterers bend the knee .
How goon? how very soon? such pleasures pall .
How fast must falsehood's rainbow-coloring nee .
Its poisoned flowrets leave the sting of care :
We are not happiest there .
\rc we the happiest when the evening hearth
Is circled with Its crown of living flowers .
When eoeth round the laugh "f harmless mirth.
A i d when affection from her hrleht urn showers
Her richest halm on the dilating heart i
Bliss I Is It there thou art i
Oh, no ! not Miere : it would be happiness
Almost like Heaven's, If It m flit always be,
TlioRe brows without one shading of distress.
And wanting nothing hut eternity :
lint they are things of earth, and pass away?
They must, they must decay .
When are we happiest, then? Oh. when resign d
To whatsoe'er our cup of life may bring ;
When we can know ourselves but weak and blind
Creatures of earth ! and trust alone In lllin
Who glveth In His mercy Joy or pain?
Oh we are happiest then .
I,on?T Ago.
From the Argosy.
One summer eve, long, long ago
We two were walking hand-in-hand
Where soft waves wandered to and fro,
Lapping the pearly, glittering sand.
Behind us lay green meadows, starred
With clover bloom, far down the lea;
Before ns. flushed and emerald-barred,
The restless, panting, white-haired sea.
What wonder when love'6 witchery came,
And touched with fire our glowlug lips,
E'en as the ruby sunset's flame
Lit up the far-off gliding ?hips ?
That we should clasp our golden dream,
And think It must forever last
How could we know 'twas but a gleam
Of silvery pinions flitting past ?
Kindred Souls.? There is nothing more
delightful while travelling through roman
tic regions than to meet by accident with
some soul kindred to your own, who is,
like yourself, inspired by the picturesque
prospect. An artist on a recent visit to
Catskill was contemplating with rapture a
rare sunset. The heavens were flooded
with golden and purple light, and field and
mountain glittered with the reflected glories
of the sky. Suddenly he perceived a per
son standing by his side, and, turning to
him, exclaimed with enthusiasm :
"What a magnificent picture you have
here, my dear sir ! "
" Whereabouts ? " was the very indiffer
ent inquiry of the stranger.
44 Look all around? the mountains, the
heavens, the setting sun. What picture can
surpass such a view ? "
" Why, yes," replied the stranger, in a
deliberate way, " I have often thought that
if I could only raise money enough to set
up a cake and beer stand in this location it
wouldn't pay bad, because lots of folks
travel along in this neighborhood."
New Name ? "Grecian bend," "colio,"
or, as some term it, the " improper circum
bendibustrosity."
, ? ' FOR REW.
FOR RENT (to one tenant), the cn-gj^
tire FIK8T, THIliD, aud BASEMENT*2l
FLOORS, or tlie entire SECOND and THIRD
FLOORS, together with kitchen and l'uel room In
either case, of the SPACIOUS DWELLING No.
405 Clay street, between Fourth and Fli'th. Apply
to W. B. ROBINS, 1002 Main street,
se 14 ? 2t corner of Tenth
FOR RENT, in a family consisting*?^
of two, TWO ROOMS, furnished or un-JHIiL
furnished, with use of parlor and kitchen ? ao5
Leigh street, between Fifth and sixth. References
required. _ se 11? 2t?
COAL-YARD FOR RENT.? For rent,
a COAL-YARD, part of the lot on theMSI
oorner of Gary and Tenth streets ; the bett location
In the city ; with an othce, storehouse, and stable on
the premises. Apply to
se ll? 3t DUNLOP A McCANCE.
FOR RENT, FOUR DESIRABLE#*
RO'^MS (being entire second floor andAliiL
one on third floor), with kitchen Apply to me on
the premises, southeast corner Fourth and Canal
streets. or at my office, 1015 Maiu street, opposite
the post-office.
se ll-3t H. C. DESHIET.PS.
WOOD-YARD FOR RENT.? A LOT
50x140 feet near Sixth and Canal, suitable
for a wood or coal-yard. For tmns apply to
HILL & GODDIN.
No. 1003 Main street, between Twelfth and Thir
teentli. se 12? 3t
FOR RENT.? The STORE lately
occupied by William N. Bell <ft Co. will.
be for rent on the 16th of October next. It is one
of the best retail dry goods stands In the city.
Also, the STORE in which Mr. John Harr?ld Is
doing business, on Broad between Ninth and Tenth
streets, will be renU-<l on the 1st of October next.
MANN S. VALENTINE,
se 9 ? eodlm IMS Main street.
FOR RENT, on the 1st October, THE<f*
STORE AN1) DWELLING No. 4oJSlii.
Broad street between Fourth and Fifth streets, for
many years occupied by Mr. W. A. Spott. jewel
ler and watch-maker. This Is one of the best
business stands in the city. The dwelling Is very
conveniently arranged, containing eight rooms and
a store ; and a double kitchen with a large lot at
tached.
For further particulars applvto
Mhs. E. RUFF,
No. 736 corner Fifth and Duval streets,
au 28 ? tXEthSep
FARMS FOR RENT.
For rent, two hundred acres
OF GREENWOOD FA KM. ?At the request
of Leroy Kemp, Esq., I offer for rent for one
year, or a tenn of years. TWO HUNDRED
ACRES OF EXCELLENT LAND, bein* a part
of Greenwood farm, adjoining Turkey Island and
Malvern Hill, about sixteen miles below Rich
mond, with sufficient buildings to accommodate
rentor and family. For terms, applv to
A. C. PULLIAM.
se 12 ? 5t No. 7 Pearl street.
LOST AMD FOUND. _
LOST, on Friday evening about dusk, be
tween Adams and Thlr<l street, on Main, a
1'aIR OF GOLD-RIM EYE-t.L ASSES. The
finder will receive the thanks of the owner and a
suitable reward if left at this office or at the drug
store of Mr. John Vf. Klson. se 14? U*
FOUND, on the 6th instant, a MOROCCO
BAG containing a sum of money, which the
owner can get by applying at this office and paying
charges, Ac. se 14? it
OST, near the OLD MARKET-HOUSE,
a PLAIN GOLD KEY * ith the Initials "R.
J. A." ou It. A liberal rewa<d will be paid for its
delivery st this office. se U? '-'t*
TAKEN UP. ? Came to my house on the
7th a WHITE SoW with ONE PIG. The
owner will come forward, prove property, pay
charges, and take her wav. J. A. MOOR*,
se 2 St* near Camp Grant, In Sidney.
STRAYED AWAY FROM THE
Second Market a WHITE BUFFAL'
CilW. with * black head, on the 6th Instant .v
liberal reward will be paid for any Information
concerning her, or for tier delivery to ine at New
Market Hotel.
se U-*t SAMUEL STERNS.
AVCTIOff SAXES.
THIS DAT.
By Sampson Jones, Jr., * Co.,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
Fifteenth street between Main and Cary streets.
WE will offer at auction at our -ware
house. Nos. 4. a, and ?, Fifteenth street, be
tween Main and Cary, on MONDAY. 14th instant,
commencing at half-past 10 o'clock A. M., a large
and well-assorted stork of
GROCERIES,
WINES,
LIQUORS, &C.
se 12 8. JONES, JB., ?t CO.
By Lyne & Brother,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
1439 Main street.
WEST S7DE OF TWENTY-NINTH
BETWEEN CLAY AND LEIGH, FOR SALE
AT AUCTION We will sell, at the request of the
owner, on MONDAY the 14th day of September,
1388. at Si o'clock P. M.. on the premises, that de
sirable RESIDENCE located as described, con
taining three rooms, and the usual out-hons^s.
The LOT fronts 30x130 feet to an alley twelve feet
wide.
Tkrmr : One-third cash ; balance at. four, eight,
and twelve months for negotiable notes, interest
added, secured bv a trust deed.
sell LYNE & BROTHER, Auctioneers.
FOR SALE. _
FOR SALE. ? I have and offer for sale
low. on Ion? credit, a FIRST-RATE EN
GIVE of 35-horse power, complete; also, a SMALL
BOILER and all necessary fixtures for a distillery.
For further Information apply to
JOIINE. BO^SIEUX,
Be 12? 3t 1500 Main street.
FOR SALE, a FINE MIROR 6x2 with
MARBLE SLAB, BRACKETS, Ac. It can
be seen at LOWE A BROTHER'S.
Be II ? 3t? Main street.
Horse-power for sale cheap,
with SAW, BELT, and TABLE, complete.
Apply to L. R. REINS,
Basin bank between Ninth and Tenth streets,
se 9? 'w
F)R SALE, A STEAM ENGINE AND
BOILVR. nearly new. Also, a TONGUE
AND GROOVING MACHINE, with bits and saw
tables, with saws, phafting, pulleys, and belting
complete: will be sold cheap. A pply to
se 5-lm Z. W\ P ICR R ELL A CO.
J
CLOTHTTVO.
OH N LATOUCHE, MERCHANT
TAILOR. No. 1 Exchange Place. Fourteenth
street, respectfully calls the attention of his cus
tomers ana the public to an ELEGANT ASSORT
MENT OF GOODS he has Just purchased. Choice
lines of CASSIMERES for trowsers, which will be
constantly replenished as new styles come,
se 14 ? S3w
F~Trst arrival of fall goods
AT THE
RICHMOND CLOTHING HALL.
JULIUS K RAKER,
Merchant Tailor, 1517 Main street.
I would respectfully Inform my customers and
the public at large that I have lust returned from
the North with a tine assortment of FAN' Y CAS
SIMERES, CASTOR and ESQUIMAUX BEA
VER, TRICOTS. BROADCLOTHS, DOESKINS,
and SILK-VELVET VFSTINGS, for MEK
< HANT TAILORING. Also, a tine stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, for men's, youths',
and boys' wear. In FURNISHING GOODS I can
not be surpassed by anv house in the city. Also.
TIATS, UMBRELLAS, "TRUNKS, and VALISES.
se 9 JtTLTUS KRAKER.
J^OTICE THIS FACT FOR ONE WEEK,
that BALDWIN is
SELLING HIS CLOTHING
VERY CHEAP.
Don't pay somebody else double when you can
buy goods right at
T. 8. BALDWIN'S,
se 7 Tenth and Main street*.
N
EW GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AT
1300 'MAIN STREET.
E. B. SPENCE, Agent,
Merchant Tailor and Clothier,
se 2 Dealer in Gents' Furnishing Goods.
CLOTHING.? PRICES REDUCED ?
Having determined to close out our entlre
stock of SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR, we will
from this time offer them at
REDUCED PRICES,
and will do what we say. Now Is your time for
bargains In MEN AND BOYS' WEAR. Call at
1808 Main street. ? .
1y 7 WILLIAM IRA SMITH A CO.
DRV GOODS.
OUNTRY MERCHANTS ARE INVI
TED TO EXAMINE OUR LARGE
AND WELL-SELECTED
stock of
FRESH AND SEASONABLE
? ~~DRY GOODS.
We offer
SPF.CIAL INDUCEMENTS
to
CASH BUYERS.
WILLIAM N. BELL & CO.,
so I t? lm &03 Main street.
N
EW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
AT
M. & D. MITTELDORFER'S,
No. 523 broad street,
between Fifth and Sixth.
During the past week we have added to our stock
a nice aud select line of line DRESS GOODS?
roi'i.iNs.
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
DELAINES,
BOMBAZINES,
ALPACAS. Ac.,
which the ladles will please examine. We have
received a great novelt\ in the "CAN'T-BREAK
'EM" CORSET STEEL. One pair will last a*
long as twelve pair of tne old kind. Call and see
them at M. &. D. MITTELDORFER'S,
se 12 522 Broad street.
D
R Y GOODS
CARDOZO, ALSO!' & FOURQUREAN
are now receiving their
FALL STOCK OF NEW AND DESIRABLE
DRY GOODS,
and invite their friends and the public generally to
call and examine them.
Their goods are BOrrcilT ENTIRELY KOR CASH,
and will be sold very cheap.
Their stock will embrace all the newest styles In
DRESS GOODS, together with a full line of STA
PLE and DOMESTIC FABRICS.
S. M. Price, John O. Chiles,
Jack Temple, Thomas D. Qcarles,
are with them, and will be glad to serve their
friends.
CARDOZO, ALSOP & FOURQUREAN,
se 12? 3m
JfALL TRADE, 1868.
JOHN F. ALVEY & CO.,
No. 2 Hanover 6treet, Baltimore,
have now in store a full and complete stock of
FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
which they offer to the trade of Virginia and North
Carolina at LOW PRICES and on accommodating
TERMS.
They respectfully solicit a call, feeling assured
they can make it to the Interest of purchasers to
open accounts with them.
Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
JOHN F. ALVEY,
late of the firm of Ginter, Alvey & A rents,
Richmond :
JOHN C. WILLIAMS,
of Richmond, special partner :
se 8-3m R. G. HARPER.
M
ORE WARM WEATHER.
There being ever* indication of a hot spell this
month, we would inform the public that we have
still a
FEW SELECT 8TYLES
of the following poods, which we will sell very
cheap? In fact, ut less than cost prices ? as we want
to close out the balance on hand :
BAREGES,
MOZAMBIQUES,
LINEN and JACONET LAWNS,
CREPE MERETZ,
8-4 WHITE and BLACK HERNANIS,
BAREGE and GRENADINE SHAWLS,
WHITE and BUFF MARSEILLES,
LACE MITS,
PLAIN and BEADED PARASOLS,
BEST BOILEO SILK UMBRELLAS,
LINEN and SILK F A.NS, and other summer
goods.
WILLIAM THALHIMER A SONS,
No. 115 Broad street, between Third and Fourth,
se I and 1418 Main street, Ezeklel'e old stand.
AtCTIOSJ^ES.
FUTURE day.
By Francis T. Isbell,
Auctioneer and Real Estate A*ent,
Eleventh between Main and Bank street*.
c
OMMISSTONEKS' SALE OF THAT
\J VALUABLE F\RM CALLED "HTOTT
WADOW." IN THE COUNTY OF TIE TO? J CO.
ONLY ONE AND A HALF MILES FROM THE
CITY OF RICHMOND ? In obedience to a decree
of the Clrcnlt Court of the United States rendrrod
on the 24th day of June. at Richmond. Va.,
In the case of Foster's executors. Ac., vs. Dabba's
administrator. Ac., we will offer for sale on TUES
DAY the 15th day of September. 1*68. on the pre
mises. at 12 o'clock M.. If fair. If not the next
fair day thereafter, that VALUABLE TRACT OF
LAND lylnaron the New Bridge road, one and a
half miles from the city of Richmond, called
"HIGH MEADOW." containing ONE HUN
DRED AND NINETY-EIGHT ACRES, and ad
joining the lands of the late Mrs. PIcot, Colonel
J. M. G. Dickinson, ft als.
There Is noon this place a beautiful and commo
dious DWELLING-HOUSE, situated on a high
hllL containing some seven or eight rooms : a large
barn, carriage-house, stable. Ice-house, office, and
a number of other out-houses : a fine yard and
garden, and a large orchard of choice fruit trees:
all well enclosed. It Is. In short, one of the most
convenient, valuable, and beautiful farms now in
market. Nearly all the land Is In a high state of
improvement arid In cultivation.
Terms of Sale : One-third cash : the halance
upon a credit of six. twelve, and eighteen month",
the purchaser (riving bond'' with approved secur'ty
for the dererred payments. and the legal title re
tained until the whole of the purrhvse moncv Is
paid. JOHN B. YOUNG,
W. W. COSBY.
se 14? 2t Commissioners.
By William Pannlll, Auctioneer,
Petersburg, Va.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE IN THE COUNTY OF
DINWIDDIE AND "TATE OP VIRGINIA As
assignee of William Tnrnbull. a bankrupt. I shall,
on THURSDAY the 1st day of October next. at 12
o'clock noon, within the store of William Pannlll.
Petersburg. Va.. sell by pub'lc auction that V a L
UABLE TRACT Of LAND called "Edge HllL"
lying In the county of Dinwiddle, on Cox road.
a?>out one mile fr m the city, and containing ONE
HUNDRED ACRE*. The land is highly Im
proved, and well-suited for a market garden,
having on It several thousand FRUIT TREFS.
consisting of apples, pears, and peaches, of many
varieties, and In good bearing condition.
ThiP farm Is one of the most valuable In this part
of the cour.trv. and as an investment Is deserving
of particular attention.
Terms of Sale : One-third cash ; the balance
upon a credit ' f six and twelve months : purcha?er
giving bonds with Interest added, and approved
fee u rifles, and the legal title retained until the
whole of the purchase mnnnv Is paid.
ANDREW RUTHERGLEN, Assignee.
William P annul, Auctioneer.
se 14 ? MATht30thSe
By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers,
Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh streets.
I
VALUABLE FARM OF TWO HUN
DRED AN'1 THTRTY-SEVF.N AND A
HALF AOPE?. ON THE RICHMOND AND
< IT ARLOTTESVTLT.E PL \NKRO.\D ABOUT
SEVEN MILES NORTH op BTCHWD FOR
SVLE AT AUCTION ? We win S' 11 at auction,
onihe premises, oi TUESDAY the 22d of Septem
ber. at 12 o'clock M.. the FARM located as above
described, formerly owned by Elijah Prlddy and
adjoining the lands of B. E. Anderson. John
Clark. S. G. Wnldrop. ami others. There a*-e
TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVEN AND
A HALF ACRES, lying o*i both sides of the road,
and will b? sold as "a whole or divided. The Im
provements are a comfortable FRAME DWELL
ING with four rooms. In pretty goo<| repair: a
portion of the land, say one-half, cleared; the
balance in wood
Terms: One-fourth cash: balance at six.
twelve, and eighteen months for negotiable notes
secured by a trust deed.
GRUBBS A WILLIAMS,
se 14 Auctioneers.
By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers,
Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh streets.
AVALUABLE- BRICK DWELLING
AND BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS. ON
THE EAST SIDE <>F SIXTH STREET NORTH
OF LEIGH STREET, AT A IK TION ? On MON
DAY, 31st September, at 5 o'clock P. M , we will
sell upon the premises the property situated as
above and occupied by Mr. W illlam Fleishman.
The DWELLING Is large, substantial, and well
arranged, with about eight rooms ; besides a
kitchen, with water and gas, on the premises. The
lot fronts 140 feet and runs back about 130 feet.
With the dwelling will be sold a LOT of sixty
feet front. After which, will be sold a very beau
tiful BUILDING LOT of 32 feet on the south, and
two others of 24 feet each on the north.
The situation Is pleasant and retired, yet very
convenient to the business part of the city."
The terms will be accommodating,
se 14 GRUB"S A WITLTAMS. Auctioneers.
WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT AUC
TION. to be sold without reserve, at the dlstll
ierv near Frederick's Hall depot. Louisa county,
Va on FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1Mb, 136-3,
4 SUPFRTOR HORSES,
2 WAGONS.
1 AMBULANCE, second hand;
8 HEAD SUPERIOR BEEF CATTLE,
belonging to the distillery concern.
sel4-tds _ J A MEM T. DICKINSON.
AND ON YORK RIVER. ? " KING'S
I CREEK "-THE BEST FARM ON YORK
RIVER. A BOUT ONE THOUSAND TWO HUN
DRED ACRES? TO BE SOLD IN LOTS OF
FROM TWENTY-FIVE TO TWO HUNDRED
ACRES AT PUBLIC SALE ? In obedience
to an order of the Circuit Court of York count}
made on the 27th of March. 1801, in the cases of
Smith, cashier, vs. Thomas 1). Warren, and John
M. Jones vs. Thomas I). Warren and wife. we.
the undersigned, as special commissioners, will
sell the real estate a=> nere ?fter montloned. called
"KING'S CREEK." on York river. In York
county, at public auction, to the highest bidder or
bidders, before the court-house door of York
county, on MONDAY the 19th day of October, A.
D.. i*ea.
The sale will he made for ten per cent, of the
purchase money In cash, and the balance on ?
credit of 6. 12. ar.d 13 months, eipial instalments,
bearing Interest from the day of sale the purcha
sers to execute bonds with s i fill c I ?' secu
rity. and ?h.f U .V* retained until the purchase
money is paid.
The commissioners are directed to lay off and
divide, under the direction of a competent sur
veyor. the said land in lots of not less that twenty
flve nor more than two hundred acres, and to sell
as many of said lots as may suffice to satisfy the
Judgments of said Smith, cashier, and said' John
M. Jones against said Thomas I). Warren, except
ing from said sale, if It can h?* done, the dwelling
and curtilage and the lands adjoining. The survey
will be made and the lots laid <>1T before the day of
sale. A plat will be exhibited on the day of sale.
The land Is Immediately on York river. Its po
sition, soil. tlsh. and oysters, have given It the
name of being the best farm on York river. Thirty
years ago It. was purchased by Its present owner for
*32. 000 or thereabouts in cash, and considered very
cheap. It lies about seven miles from the city o'f
Williamsburg and about twelve miles fr<'in York
town. Steamers connecting with the Richmond
and York River railroad to Baltimore now pass it
four times (each way) a week.
Charles k. mallory,
WILLIAM T. PEACHY,
ee 5 Special Commissioners.
L
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
By Hill A Goddln,
Heal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 1203 Main street.
For sale, privately, a very**
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE on ThinlJfcii.
street near Byrd. containing six large rooms,
closet, Ac. Pretty flower garden In front.
Fur particulars apply to
HILL & GODDIN,
Real Estate Agents, Ac.. N?. 1203 Main
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
bp 12? lw
By Lyne A Brother,
Auctioneers and Ileal Estate Agents,
No. 1430 Main street.
F(
VALUABLE LITTLE MARKET FARM,
ON THE CHARLES CITY KOAD. THREE
AND A HALF MILES FROM THE CITY OF
RICHMOND. FOR SALE ?We are authorized
by Dr. H. Lofland to offer for sale privately that
desirable MAKK F.T FARM located as described,
containing FORTY ACRES, one-half of which Is
cleared. The land lies well, and produces finely
The Improvements consist of a comfortable dwell
ing sufficiently large for a small-sized family, with
the usual out-houses. The property adjoins that
of Dr. Anderson and Ed. H. Hagan. For terms,
Ac., apply to LYNE A BROTHER,
se 10 ? it Auctioneers.
'OR SALE, A VALUABLE HOUSE
_ AND LOT IN THE TOWN OF DANVILLE,
containing four comfortable rooms, well-finished,
with kitchen containing four rooms, two of which
are well-flnished ; a well of excellent water, with
stables and other bulldlnps, In good repair.
Also, wanted a PARTNER IN* THE PRINT
ING BUSINESS, with an office well supplied with
all th? necessary materials, and now doing a good
business. The reason of wanting a partner is that
the owner expects to spend a part of nls time farm
ing, and cannot give his business his personal at
tention. Address
se 11 ? 3t J. R., Danville, Va.
TOILET ARTICLES.
gUPERIOR ENGLISH TOOTHBRUSHES,
hair secure, made to order In London by one of
the most celebrated manufacturers. A large and
varied assortment Just received and for sale by
J. BLALK, Druggist,
je II 825 Broad street.
HORSES AND FITJLES.
CPECIAL NOTICE. ? JUST AR-*.
O RIVED and for sale at the EX
CHANGE LIVERY AND SALE STA
BLES, Franklin street, ONE HUNDRED*
YOUNG MULES, FIFTY WELL-BROKE
MULES, and TWENTY YOUNG MARES, suita
ble for farming purposes ; all of which will be sold
at reduced prices and on the most accommodating
terms.
_se B JOHV B. D AVIS.
MULES, MULES.? A FRESHl
LOT of A No. i MULES, just ar-'
rived from Kentucky, for sale or ex
change on accommodating terms. Apply
at JAMES C. JOHNSON'S stable, corner of Fif
teenth and Franklin streets. au 20? Im
Monthly school reports printed
In the beat style of the art at the DlSi'ATt'lI
LCJ?. #t) 4
AUCTION SALES.'
'future day.
By Wellington Goddlu.
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
TRUSTEE'S SALE" OF VALUABLE
BRICK TENEMENT ON THE SOUTH
SIDE OF CART BETWEEN SEVENTH AND
EIGHTH STREETS? By virtue of a (kred of trust
executed to the subscriber by Mr. N. Tlnsley Pate,
bearing date 23d of August. 1887. duly recorded In
Richmond Hustings Court, I shall, In execution
thereof, proceed to sell af. public auction, on the
premises, on TCESDaY the 22d September. 1868,
at S o'clock P. M.. If fair, if not, the first fair day
thereafter, the real estate conveyed by the said
deed, consisting of a LOT, located as above, front
ing eighteen feet. running bark eighty-two feet to
ah alley twelve feet wl.tc. having thereon an excel
lent TI1REE-ST0RY BRICK I ENEMENT.
Tkkmh : Enough In cash to defray expenses of
sale and to discharge a note of $706.67 with Interest
from 23d? 26th August, 1888; on a credit as to
>{?748. 67 until the 23d? 26th August, 1869 ; on a credit
as to $"86.66 until the 23d? 26th August. 1670; and
as to any residue of the proceeds of sale, on such
terms as the grantor shall prescribe and direct ;
the whole purchase money to bear Interest from
the day of sale. W. GODDIN,
se 11 Trustee.
By Wellington Goddla.
Auctioneer and Real Estate Ajjent.
TRUSTEES' 8ALE~OF VERY VALUA
BLE AND HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE REAL
ESTATE, IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND, ON
LEIGH, SEVENTH. AND EIGHTH STREETS.
My virtue of two deeds of trust executed by Major
William Allen and wife, the first to the under
signed, James Pleasants and J. B. Watklris, dated
letli of A ugust. 1867, the second to the undersigned,
James rieasants and Robert A. Lancaster, dated
12th March. 1868, both duly recorded In Richmond
Hustings Court, we shall. In execution thereof, and
with the concurrence of the grantors, proceed to
sell at public auction, on the premises, onTTJTCS
DAY the 15th of September. 1868. at 4 o'clock P.
M.. if fair. If not, the first fair day thereafter, that
valuable PROPERTY located as above, formerly
the residence of the late Nicholas Mills, recently
In the occupancy of Major Allen, and now by Gen
eral Burton.
The lot has a front on the north side of Leigh
street of 260 feet, and a depth of 150 feet to an alley
twenty feet wide.
Also, two lots (on which stand the brick stable,
carrlagc-house. Ac., ) on the east side of Seventh
street, fronting together 64 2-12 feet, running back
120 feet to an alley twenty feet wide.
The foregoing real estate (In many respects) la
Justly regarded as amongst the most beautiful and
attractive now on the market, and the dwelling has
every accommodation suitable for the use of a
large family. The whole premises are In good or
der. the buildings thereon having recently been
thoroughly painted and otherwise repaired.
The property will be sold In lots according to the
original plat, a copy of which can be seen at the
office of the auctioneer, and will be exhibited at
the hour of S3le.
Whilst the deeds require a cash sale, yet, by con
sent of the parties Interested, the terms will be
one-fourth cash, balance at four, eight, and twelre
months for negotiable notes, Interest added, se
cured by a trust deed.
JAMES PLEASANTS.)
J. B. WATK1NS, > Trustees.
RO. A. LANCASTER,)
au 24 ? 2aw2w.fctdtds
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers,
Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh streets .
A SMALL BRICK DWELLING, ON
THE NORTH SIDE OF MARSHALL, BE
TWEEN MT'N FOR I) A ND GILMER STREETS,
AT AUCTION*.? We will sell at auction, on the
premises, on TUESI 'AY, lfth of September, at 5
o'clock P. M.. the neat BRICK COTTAGE lo
cated as above, containing three rooms, with a
kitchen. The lot fronts 29 ?-12 feet and runs luck
150 feet to an alley.
This Is a very desirable small dwelling.
Tkiim.s : At sale.
GRUBBS & WILLIAMS,
se 12 Auctioneers.
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers,
Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh streets.
An excellent~little farm of
SIXTY-SIX AND A HALF ACRES, WITH
AN EXTENSIVE VINEYARD AND FINE
ORCHARO. ABOUT FIVE MILES WEST OF
THE CITY. ON THE ROAD LEADING BY
BETHLF.HEM CHURCH, BETWEEN THE
DF.EP RUN TURNPIKE AND THE RICH
MOND AND FREDERICKSBURG RAILROAD.
AT AUCTION.? On TUESDAY, September 23. at
12 o'clock M., we will sell at auction, upon the
premises, the FARM owned by Mr. Jacob Keck,
situated as above. About tlfteen acres are in woods;
the remainder is highly improved. A DWELL
ING. KITCHEN, and" the usual out-houses are
among the Improvements Also, a VINEYARD
of about 15.000 selected grapevines, and a large
ORCHARD of select fruit.
The situation Is retired and very healthy.
Tkrms : Very accommodating.
GRUBBS & WILLIAMS,
se 8 ? 2awtl9Se?fcdtd Auctioneers.
By E. D. Eacho,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
Office No. 8 Fourteenth street, between Main
and Franklin.
A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY-SEAT, FOUR
MILES EaST OF RICHMOND. NEAR
TllK MECHA NI^SVILLE TURNPIKE. CON
TAINING SEVENTY-FIVE ACRFS THREE
RODS AND TWENTY POLES. FOR SALE AT
AUCTION I will sell at auction, on the premises.
on THURSDAY the 17th of September, 1868, at 4
o'clock I'. M.. If fair, if not. the first fair dar
ti ereafter, that beautiful and attractive FA KM
AND MARKKT GARDEN called "BPRING
DALE," situated as above described adjoining
the lands of O. G. Cosbv and Conant, contain
ing SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES THREE R? >DS
AND TWENTY POLES, more or less, about
llfty acres of which Is cleared and highly Im
proved ; the balance in wood. There is a nice
voung orchard of choice fruit trees In full bearing
upon *he premises.
The DWELLING is a beautiful cottage, contain
ing seven rooms, pantry, clo'hes presses Ac.: a
kitchen with four rooms, corn-house, and large
barn. Paint and whitewash only needed to put
them in perfect order.
Trhms : One-fourth cash ; the balance at six.
twelve, and eighteen months, Interest added, se
cured by a tru^t deed.
.sep K- D. EACHO, Auctioneer.
B
By Paine A Co., Auctioneers.
ANKRUPT SALE OF A
LARGE STOCK OF
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
BY CATALOGUE.
By order of Andrew Rutherglen, Esq., assignee
of E. P. Townsend, In bankruptcy, we will sell at
the store lately occupied by said Townsend. No.
1316 Main street, by catalogue, on WEDNESDAY
the 16th Instant, the entire stock of said E. P.
Townsend. consisting of
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
LAW, MEDICAL, AND CLASSICAL BOOKS,
BLANK BOOKS,
MUSIC BOOKS AND MUSIC,
CAP, LETTER, AND NOTE PAPERS,
ENVELOPES,
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS,
WRITING DESKS,
STEEL PENS, PENCILS,
PORT-FOLIOS,
MUSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL INSTRU
MENTS,
POCKET AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS,
INK, INKSTANDS, <&c., <fcc? &C.
ALSO,
STORE FURNITURE AND FIXTURES,
ONE FIRE-PROOF SAFE.
Catalogues will be ready one week previous to
the sale, and will be forwarded to any parties de
deslrlug them.
Store will be open on Monday and Tuesday be
fore the sale for an examination of the stock.
Sale positive and without reserve,
se 7 PAINE & CO., Auctioneer?.
ARM, IN LOUISA COUNTY, FOR
SALE AT AUCTION". WITH CROPS OF
HAY. FODDER. Having decided to removt
to Richmond. I will offer for sale on THURSDAY
the 24th davof September, at 1! o'clock, on the
premises. THE FARM OX WHICH I NOW RE
SIDE, formerly occupied bv M'letus Gooch
Esq.. containing THREE HUNDRED AND
THIRTY-FIVE ACRES ; about one hundred
acres heavily wooded, within three-quarters of a
mile of the railroad ; the balance arable and well
adapted to ralslne grain and tobacco. There la als<->
a fine meadow, yielding 20.000 pounds of hay. All
the fields are well watered, and the whole premises
are under good fence, woods included.
The Improvements consist of a comfortable
house with seven rooms, kltoht n, ice-house, stable,
cow sheds, wagon-house, corn-house, shop, to
bacco-houses. barn. etc.
The farm lies on the Virginia Central railroad
one and a quarter miles from Trevilian'a dep^t
and three and a half miles from Louisa Court
house.
Possession given immediately of the houie. and
the crops removed !n time to sow wheat.
Tkhms : One-third cash ; balance at six, twelve,
and elehteen months, with interest, for approve^
security. Title retained until purchase monev is
all paid. JOJTN G. HUNTER.
After the sale of the farm, will sell the IMPLE
MENTS, CROPS OK HAY, Jfcc.. al^tof FURNI
TURE and some STOCK, a good WAGON, DOU
BLE BUGGY. Ac.
P. 8.? The farn^can be bought privately by ap
AS ASSIGNEE OF THE ESTATE OF
DAVID LEE, bankrupt. I shall sell on the
prrmlses. on the 29th day of 8EPTEMBER, U88.
tint VALUABLE TRA^T OF LAND on which
said Lee now resides. This tract contains 845J
acres, and lies in thecountv of Charlotte, si* miles
from Keysville depot. The improvement* are
good, consisting of a framed DWELLING of seven
rooms (exclusive of the basement), and the usual
out biii Id I it tr*. The land lien well, and is beyond th?*
average fertility. The Incumbrances are very
small, and will be removed by first instalment.
Tkhms : At sale. H. A. CARRINGTON,
se 12 Assignee.
WP. MA10, Ninth street, one door
? below Main (under W. D. Blair St Co,),
has resumed the GRAIN and FEED BUMVE88,
ami solicits the patronage of his friends and the
public. He keeps on hand a full supply of HAY,
OATV, CORN, and MILL FEED; also, FRESH
BOLTED ME AL f >r family use.
Messrs. JOHN and JOSEPH BLAIR are with
me as saleamea, and would be glad to serve their
plication to me atTrevillan's.
se 9 J<?
JOHN G. HUNTER.
friend#.
M*_!w
^ JBA LES.
future day?
1
By Wellington Goddln,
?vctioneer and r**i R,ut<! a rent.
The valuable p arm c a m pTi
" VERMEAD." THREE MILF,? Copt,
EAST OF RICHMOND. CONTAINING^ $
HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-NINE AST??/ I
VKN- EIGHTH ACHES, FOR KALE AT * rv f
TION.? At the request of Colonel Shcrwjri % * 1
I shall sell at auction, on the premise*. on Tur?,
DAY the 24th September. l>w. nt 4 oV|W)i i. r
the very excellent and well-located FARM
bvhltn. and on which he has long res|de<t JTr?
liiK t!if* lauds of Dr. Friend. Mr. PJcot Mr f*
and others, containing ONE IIUNDI'.Fh T,^
SEVENTY-NINE AND S E V EN - Y. I?; iii"
ACRES, of which about otic hundred xrnl "
cleared ; the balance In the finest wood *nA n J"
"f original growth. The cleared land 1* i?,"
heart, and much of It highly Improved. Tvl l:*
Is of the liest quality, and very retemw* T, ^
provement. Springs of the pnrest wau>r ^ |?
on the land, and a fine meadow *mrt? on*
side of the farm, through which a bold st^?>aa^.?",
Irrigating the meadow in summer and fur*!,,*,''
Ice-pond-. In winter for that lucrative '
The farm Is In a square, and may be afok.
geously sub-divided into two or four parts, !
be sold as a whole or in parts, as may be <iett-?. - >
on at the time of sale. I
The place Is admirably well adsptedfnr ain, f i
garden or dairy farm, or for the snhnrW^S? i
dence of a gentleman doing business in
The dwelling Is a FRAMED BUI.LDI.S0
Ing seven rooms, and built or the he?t nuwur
and the yard and garden, thou/h now
may easily be restored to th'ir former ronrfttLT'
The fruit trees are of superior v\rl<-tle ;. *?
This farm is accessible to the cltvby v
Nine-mile and Cralgbton roads, the latter
one of the b?*st avenues leading to the rltv
Tkkms : One-fifth ca*h : balance at sly t**i,
eighteen. and twenty-four months for rr^tu.''
notes. Interest added, secured bv a trust d? ? i "*
se 12? 2tawtds W. GODDTN. Analog
By Wellington Goddln, '
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE" OF BEADTTPitt
roUNTRY-SEAT. F01*R MILES RRLfi*
RICHMOND. ON THE NEW MARKET *Oin
CONTAINING SIXTY-FOUR AND A Rat,
ACRES ? By virtue ot a deed of trnat ex?e?udu
the subscribers by Mr. 1111am RoMasrn JS
wire, dated 28th June. 1867. duly records ln ?**?
rlco County Court we shall. In execution thw?3'
proceed to sell at public auction, on the Dn-m^
on WEDNESDAY the leth September
o'clock P. M.. if fair. If not. the flrrt
thereafter, a portion of the real eState roaveTf,i'*I
the said deed? viz.. that beautiful and tftruvZ.
farm called "WKSTOW." now occnrrlM br?
said Robinson, adjoining the lands of Mr, *
Turner and others. on the New Market road. ?v'.
four mi'es below the city of Richmond, contain'*.
SIXTY-FOUR AND A HALF ACRES. \
situated, requiring no ditching. The toll i? ry'.' |
having recently been limed; well adapts v* tC
usual irraln and grass crops, and would mi*.,
first-rate market garden. It Is In a good wizhhrV
hood, convenient and accessible to a church ?n?< J
several mills.
The dwelling Is a large and attractive ow <y?
talnlne ten rooms, is covered with shto, and h!
been recently built. There are the tistial nut. ball-'
lDgs and a well of good water In the yard.
The deed requires that the property <hall be ?*"
for cash, bnt the creditors are willln* to a<*?*
these terms, so far as the debt due to them is f0a.
cerned. or in lieu of them, onc-thlrd ca?b ; balanc*
at four, eight, and twelve month.? for negiitlahU
notes. Interest added. secured by a trust 6-ed ?
as to the surplus of sale. If any on such term* i
the debtor shall prescribe and direct.
JAMES PLEASANTS,! _
po 5 JOEL B. W ATKINS,
By Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Am.L
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executed tothe subscriber bv Stephen Roi;|? s. '
and wife, the one dated 17th .Jiiim;. l?ej. and tte
other lft li September. 1*61? both of record in
rlco County Court. T "hall. In execution thereof
proceed to sell at public auction, on tl?- pivrj'^.
on FRIDAY the 18th day of September, lid, ?i
o'clock P. M., the house and lot conveyed t>r tS
said deeds, located as above, on tbe evsterc of
Twenty-sixth street near M street rrontlne 424 f?i
on Twenty-sixth street, running back 1? feet tor
alley 14 fept wi<ie.
Tkh.ms : Cash as to the expenses of laleirdii I
discharge two hon'ls. the' first for Jl.VO andtfv
other for $1000, with interest on the first from rr.
June, 1864. an<l on th" other from lHth SeptetaVr I
1*64 : the payment of which bomis is to t?e cob- [
muted at seven for one for the first, and twelve '
one for the other, tliwt being the value of '"onfn>.
rate currencyat the time the debti were contr*-:*!:
and as to the residue of the proceeds of ?.iV. ?.
such terms as the debtor may prescribe ami dirr-.
se 12 WILLIAM FOLK E8, Tnisttt.
By Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
DISTILLERY, AND ALL MACHINERY
APPERTAINING TOTHE SAME. AND THK
LEASE OK THE "AMPTHILL MILLS," D'
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY. ON' FAL1.1S'.
CREEK. SIX MILES SOUTH OF RH HMo.Mt
ON THE MANCHESTER AND PETF.RSRm
TURNPIKE ? As assignee In bankruptcy of Alex
ander Clendenln, and with the consent or the loit
inlssloner of Internal Revenue, at Washington. Ii.
C., I shall proceed to sell at public miction. f>n tl*
premises, located a.-< above, on THURSDAY
24th September. at 3 o'clock, P. M.. alltk
valuable MACHINERY owned by the ?ald II*'.
deuln for carrying on a tlrst-clas* distillery.
tached to the Ampthlll Mills, embraciug evi-n. ?
thing usually found In such an establishment, r
slstlng In part of the following articles? Tlz.,
2 MASn TUBS, 16 feet;
1 MASH TUB. 5 feet;
1 STILL and DOITBl-ER,
I PATENT CONDENSER,
12 FERMENTING TUBS. 14x8 ftet ;
1 HE EH WELL. 14x8 feet;
2 WHISKEY CISTERNS, 12x6 feet :
2 WATER TUBS,
1 WORM and WORM TUB,
i SMALL YEAST TUBS,
8 YEAST-COOLING TUBS,
1 BEER PUMP,
1 DoNKKY ENGINE, 10-horse i>?>wer ;
1 BOILER, .'^-iiorse power ;
SHAFTING,
GEARING.
and all kinds of PTPES attached to the distillery
apparatus, together with many other article*.
The purchaser can continue the lease of the
Ampthlll Mills for a term of years or not, ah lie
may prefer. The water-power Is ample, andsm ul
vessels can come from James river (dUtant one
mile) to the mill, thus affording jrruat r a ell It 1? for
transportation to market. The foregoing pr?j>ertv
will Ik: offered as a whole ; bu' If It cannot be *dd
In that way, then It will be sold In detail, according
to the Inventory, which will be exhibited at tlw
hour of salti,
Tekms : Caxh.
ANDREW RUTHERGLEN,
au 19? 2aw4w.tdtds Asulgneo,
Bv Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
MACHINERY FOR THE MANUFAC
TURE OF PAPER, IN THE MILL IN MAN
CHESTER AT THE SOUTH END OF MA Y< >\S
BRIDGE.? As assignee In bankruptcy of Georire
Baughman 1 shall sell at public auction, at the
mill owned by Messrs. Kelly, Taekett A Ford,
located as above, on THURSDAY the 24th of S ji
tember. 18?A at 10 o'clock A. M.. all of the MA
CHINERY and ()TH*B ARTICLES KOR THE
MANUFACTURE OF PAPER belonging to the
said Baughman, consisting in part of tlie following
articles ? viz.,
1 PAPER MACHINE and IRONS, for small
engine ;
j ARGE T""
1 LARGE ENGINE, complete;
1 PRESS,
1 WOODEN TUB BOILER,
1 DUSTER,
1 LIME TANK.
All the BELTING. MTT.L-G EARING, and
STOCK for manufacturing paper, and a great
inany other articles of inucu value but too tedious
to enumerate.
The property will be ottered as a whole, with the
privilege of continuing the present lease ; but If
It cannot be sold In that way. then It will be sold In
detail, according to the Inventory to be exhibited
at the hour of sale.
Tjciims : One-third cash ; balance at 6 and It
months for approved endorsed negotiable notes
with interest added.
ANDREW RUTHERGLEN.
au 18? d2taw4w&dtds Assignee.
By Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A FARM IN
HKN RICO COUNTY FOUR MILKS NORTH
OF RICFIM< >ND. ? By ail orderof Henrico County
Court, entered on the 7th 'lav of September, WW,
thu uiid-r6t{cued wjm substitute! as trustee In tlm
place of Mr. John G. Williams, who ilecline* tbo
trust In the de<*d of trust executed by ih*? late
Thomaa M . La?ld an<1 wife, bearing date on the 3#th
day of November, 1*68, duly recorded In Henrico
County fourt, to secure to Bernard Briel the pay
ment of a bond lor $1,040, with Interest. I shaft, at
the request of said Brlel, proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, on the premise#, on MONDAY the 2tit
day of September. 1?M. at 44 o'clorlc P. M., If fair,
If not, on the tlrst fair day thereafter, all ttue right,
title, and Interest of said Thomas M. Ladd and
wife In and to the FARM on which the said Ladd
formerly resided, containing ON'E HUN'?RKI>
ACBES, lylnK fotir miles from the city of Rich
mnmL adjoining the lands of Abraham Warwick,
John Stewart, and others.
Tkkms : The deed requires pu h as to the ex
penses of sale and the amount of tbc debt now due,
amounting to about $LSOO, yet I am authorized by
the creditor to say that he will accept tho?e terms,
or in lieu thereof one-fourth cash, balance at six,
twelve, and eighteen months for negotiable notes,
interest added, secured by the trust deed ; aud as to
the residue of the proceeds of sale, on such term*
as shall be announced at the hour of sale.
JOHNSON HANDS,
se 9 Substituted Trustei
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STENCIL TOOLS AMD PLiTES."
INDELLIBLE. ? On receipt of sixty cents
1 will send by mall to any part of th4 country,
securely put up in a box, a NaME-PLATE. brush,
and ludelllble Ink, for MARKING LINEN ; the
Ink I warrant not to fade. _
When there Is no postage to pay the price ir Ofty
centa. Apply at C. BELLE NOT' IS
Brand-cuttlug Establishment,
au 31 ? 3m MM Malu street.
?{a A DAY MADE BY ANY ON E
^lv WITU SIX
PATENT STENCIL TOOLS.
1 prepay eamplea free.
Beware of infringers.
My circulars will explain. AddreMi
an it? xm
A. J. rCLLAM,
HnrimrDt*ld vf,
Bill heads, account sales,
CARDS, Ac,, executed in the beet style and
at short notlne at tb* DINPATrH PRINTING
HOT^w
SCHOOL CIRCULARS printed at ehort

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