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WEDNESDAY ...OCTOBER 21, 1868. PETERSRITRO WETTER. Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. Republican Demonstration? Hook nnd ladder Itucx? Stil* of a Prince George Farm ? Death of an Old Citisen. -P*trr88pro, October 20, 1868. A grand Radical torchlight procession is ar ranged to come oft to-night In honor of the result of the late elections* in the centr.il State*, and the occasion in further tc be sig nalized by addresses at Poplar Lawn from distinguished orators of the party. It l? re Korted that John Minor Bolts. General Wick am, Governor Wells, and demon ts (Lieu tenant-Governor in expectancy), are to give the people the benefit of their wisdom in political science; and if the Petersburg ne groes do not vote intelligently hereafter it can only be because their minds are in total eclipse. An immense multitude will doubtless join in the demonstration, for the factories are giving np their thousands earlv in the afternoon, and an unusual decree or anima tion lljrhtens up every dusky countenance on the streets. The hook and Udder truck, the purchase of ?which was lately authorized by the Common Council, is expected to come to hand this nf ternoon. As it is the first apparatus of the kind for which provision has ever been made by the city, its arrival will be the signal of great rejoicing and a good time generally among the lire companies. The members are bnaily engaged in burnishing their engines preparatory to a parade. A farm in Prince George, belonging to M. W. Raney, lying some fourteen or fifteen miles below the city, and containing 393 acres, was sold to-day at public auction for $7.63 per acre. As it Is tn the midst of the marl region of Prince George, the price must be consider ed little enough. Hut farming in tha county is not what itonce whs, when the Ruflins, and the Cockes, an<T~the Harrisons, with many others, by their judicious cultivation, so im proved an exhausted soil as to make it one of ihe roost productive on tide- water. We have to-day to" record the death of an other old and respected citizen in the person of Alexander Moody, who breathed hie last this morning, aged sixty-nine. S. Again. Oh, sweet and fair ! oh, rich and rare ! That day so long ago, The autumn sunshine everywhere, The heather all aglow, The ferns were clad in cloth of gold. The w.-ives sang on the shore ; Such suns will shine, such waves will sing. For ever, evermore. Oh. fltaud few ! oh, tried and true! The friends who met that day Each one the other's spirit kuew ; Aud so in earnest play The heurs flew prist, until at last The twilight kissed the shore ; We said : ? "Such days will come again For ever, evermore." One day again, no cloud of pain A shadow o'er us cast, And yet we strove in vain, in vain, To conjure up the past ; Like but unlike the suu '.hat shone, The'waves that beat the shore, The words we said, the song we sitiig, Like? unlike? evermore. For ghosts unseen crept in between, And, when our songs flowed free, Sang discords in an undertone, Aud marred the harmony. "The past is ours, not yours," the}* said ; " The waves that beat the shore, Though like the same are not the same, No : never, never more ! " [ Frater' sMaguzine. The intensity of maternal affection was well illustrated iu the observation of a sweet little* boy who, after reading John llunyan's "Pil grim's Progress, " asked his mother which of the characters she liked best. She replied : "Christian, of course ; he is the hero of the story." The dear child responded : "Mother, 1 like Christiana the best, because when Christian set out he went on his pilgrimage alone; but when Christiana started she took the children with her." Grasshoppers in* Texas ? Startling Sight. ? The plague of grasshoppers is agaiii sweeping over a large area of Texas. Dp to last advices it had not reached Dal las, none having been nearer than Mans field, Tarrant county, according to the Dal las Jlerald. That paper, however, has heard of them at several places on the frontier. At the Sulphur Springs on the Brazos, in the county of Hood, they appeared in clouds on Monday the 21st ultimo, and ate up every kind of vegetation. When they first appeared it was thought by the camp ers around the Springs to be a cloud, and preparations were made for rain ; thej* made a noise in their flight very similar to a Etorm of wind and rain. When they came nearer, however, they began to de scend, and covered the earth in every di rection, consuming all garden stuffs and other green vegetation they could find. The following extract of a letter from John H. Cochran, Esq., dated at Belknap on the lGth of last month, describes the first appearance of the pest : " On yesterday, the 15th, I saw a sight whioh I hope no mortal man will ever see again. About 3 o'clock ?. M. I went to the door, and observing that the sun shon" but dimly, I looked for the cause. I saw in the distant west what I took to be the smoke of an immense tire, but on looking closer I perceived that it was not smoke. What is *t? was the inquiry of every one, both old and young. It continued to approach, and in about two hours came near enough to us to see that it was a dense mass of moving matter. Nearer and nearer, dimmer and dimmer the Bun Bhines ? we see what it is. My Lord ! the Egyptian plague ! From the j ground upward, as far as the eye could see on accountof their denseness, was an almost solid mass of living, moving insects? grass hoppers. -? yrho saw the sight agree that for every square inch of surface oyer which they were flying there must have been no less than one buBhcl of grasshoppers. This body of insects were moving ahead of a northwest wind. They were some three miles wide and as long each way as the horizon was to ub. This could be seen be fore they approached near enough to dis tinguish what they were. After thej' reached ub the view was very limited on acccount of the denseness of the mnss. They passed over in a northeast direction ; stiU we have millions left of the first coming. This is no exaggeration. 44 P, S. ? Since the above was written we learn that the grasshoppers have beeD seen returning west." How the Freemasons Managed the Re volution in Spain.? A Madrid letter to the London News says : " The whole of this insurrectionary movement has been under the direction of a revolutionaay committee, most of whom, I am told, are members of the Freemasons' Society ? of which there are not less than forty-nine lodges, num bering twenty-one thousand members in Madrid ? and who have for months past been drilling and arming the people in pre aratlon for this outbreak. So successful ad been these efforts that for the last few days there have been in Madrid no le6S than twenty thousand men, all armed with muskets or revolvers (the latter the most oommon weapon), aud ready to act at any moment against the Government. Nor was the influence of this Junta, which of courxA acted in combination with Generals Serrauo and 1 nm, and tne others confined to the peoole. They had friends in many of the public departments; and every telegram m re0eive? Madrid was rSSZ K them as soon as by the President of the ^ Counoil, General Concha." A faoetious lady in Baltimore, perhaps gone insane over the contemplation of Di rector Delmar's and Mr. Atkinson's con flicting statistics, has forwarded two cents t$ the Treasury, the compound interest on which, she claims, will pay off the public debt in a thousand years and. thereby save us the orime af repudiation. EWED BROGUES FOR SALE BY HULbT A KING, Main afcr??t. CfCHOOL CIRCULARS printed at short jLOOT ATO FOUND. <&1 A REWAR D. ? Strayed or JL \J stolen from my residence, In Man-iBa*-? cheiter. on Sunday, llth instant, my RED CoW ; In good onler; Miort tall: small white spo* in forehead; on both hind feet, about two inches above the hoof, white. Any Information which may lead to her recover}' will be M u OC 21? ?.? L. H. CL1CMENTS. LOST, on Saturday, 10th instant, a YOUNG POINTER DOG ; liver-? TTa> colored ; four white Tret ; white fcrcait s chain col lar with city nwUl ami my name on It. I will re ward the person whoircturni "iin. (i, A* ?? AL^I^A^IS/, at William Wallace Sons', or 21? it Xo.f Governor street. mNDTaTMALL SUMOF MONEY, which the owner can got by applying at this office. oc 21? 2t? Taken up or stolen, on there#? 17th Instant, a RED COW : medlnm TUB., size : whit* spot on Hank. A liberal reward will be given for her return or for any information leaning to her recovery. Apply at No. 201, corner of 1 hlrd an<l Canal streets. oc 20? n* NOTICE. ? Application will be made to the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad ? :om pany for the Issue to me of a CERTIFICATE OF 3T? >CK for three shares in the capital stock of said company, hitherto standing in the name of John G. Williams, trustee? the original certificate having been destroyed by Are on ihe ?d of April, 1865 CORNELIA M. LORTON. oc 14 ? W2m WANTS. WANTED, TO BUY A GOOD-SIZE DWELLING-HOUSE (say from seven to twelve room?), with modern improvements. In a central loe.ttlon on Shockoe ^ 111. State location and price. Correspondence confidential. /d'iress post office box 756, Richmond Va. oc 21? It A RAKE CHANCE.? Wanted, a SUC CESSOR In a very profitable business, lerms very reasonable. Il,qo/,?jf?LLVOT,a oc 21? corlJ * 1410 Main street, Richmond, Va? ANTED? RICHMOND AND YORK KIVEti RAILROAD HANDS?FIFTY SKILLED IN CUTilNG CRoSS-TIES can ob tain immediate employment by applying at the oillce of tne Richmond and York River railroad to M. F. BKOAUOUS, A>rent. EDMUND T. D. MYERS, or 20? lw Chief Knelneer. WANTED, BOARD in a private family for a gentleman and his wife. Best refer ences given and leyuired. Address E. S. T., I>is patch <dllce. oc 2tf? 2t* ANTED, a FEMALE TEACHER qualified to teach the English branches, rudi ments of Latin. French, and Music. Miisf. expect lo live p!alnl) and be satisfied with a small salary. K? !erexices required. Address G. L. C., box 1137, itlehmoiiil. oc 20? lw \\T ANTED, ORDERS FOR EVERY DE f f SCRIPTION OF JOB PRINTING at the DISPATCH PRINTING-HOUSE. HORSE* A WD WHILES. FOR SALE, a pair of well-brokei A No. 1 YuUNG MULES. Apply' to the undersigned, on the Grove road, one mile from the cltv. ffffmravia oc 19 ? St* D. P. LUML E V. Mules and horses.? i have^w now on hand twenty-four young nmi s&tK well-broke MULES and four line MARES, all or any of which I will sell very low. and on a credit of three or four months, to close out the lot. Apply at Virginia Stables. oc 14 JAMES C JOHNSON. C FECIAL NOTICE.? JUST AR k3 RIVED aud for sale at tne 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 prlcps and on the most accommodating terms. [ne p] JOHN B. DAVIS. DRUGS, ITIEPICIJWES, Ac. NO QUACKERY!? TO THE AF FLICTED T. R. BASS'S TOUGH 8YRUl\ n certain cure for Consumm:<>n, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Colds, Coughs, Asthma. Chronic Irri tations of t&e Thront and Lunj;?, and all Diseases of the Bronchial Tubes arising from exposure and cold. The original proscription was given me by Professor Carter P. Johnson, and Its efficiency as a valuable expectorant is confidently recommended bv Dr. J. A. Miyo. "This CO' Gil SYRUP has effectually cured me of consumption, which assumed a very serious character at one time. My cure I can attribute solely to the Cough Syrup. Many other testlmo nials'of Its cures 1 have In my possession, which leave no doubt on my mind that It Is adapted to all cases of lung affections. The certificate of Dr. Mayo Is appended : T. It. Bass: Dear Sir.? The prescript kn m:ide f?r you by Dr. C. P. Joliuson certainly combines the best material as an expectorant 1 luxe ever used in my practice. In all cases of colds, cuehs, bronchial Irritations? e\ en cases decidedly phthisi cal? have bi en cured or greatly benefited. I know r>f nothing I could more confidently recommeud from actual experience. JOS. A. Mayo, M. D. Noue genuine without, my signature. Price, $1 per bottle. T. R. B a SS. Richmond, Va. For sale by Messrs. Purcell, Ladd & Co., L B. Thomas <? Co., O. A. Streckcr. Wood A Son, J. II. ' blldrey & Co., andRobert. Lecky, Church Bill. oc 21? 3m SULPH. QUININE, POWD. OPIUM, IuDINE R?SUBL., TANNIN SULI'H., Ether Cone., Blue Mass, Calomel, Bals. Copaiva. Iodide Potassa. Bromide Potassa, &c.. for sale by L. WAG KKR, Apothecary, oc 20? 2t* corner Sixth and Broad ttreets. A KEGS OF SALTPETRE? different JL \J grades? for sale by L. WAGN Kit. oc 20? 2t* Druggist. IMPORTANT TO ALL.? If you or your friend * are suffering with AGUE AND FEVER ucl a bottle of the DEUTSi HE AG UK AND FEVER ME WINE ; which is warranted to cure or no pay. Price $1 for half-pint bottle. Pre pared and sold by J. II. CHILDREY & CO., Druggists, No. 1818 Main street, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth, Klcinnond, Va. oc i7? SMWSdt JJOCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS WATER This Invaluable mineral water, recently bottled. 1s now In course of shipment to the houses named below As a remedial agent In raauy depraved conditions of tin- system and In some of the worst chronic ailments. It stands unrivalled, and this after at least FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE of Its virtues. In all ? MJROFULOlTSbTATNTS OF THE BLOOD, IN SKIN DISEASES, IN BRONCHITIS, CHRONIC DlARRHCEA and DYSENTERY, DYSPKPblA. KIDNEY DISEASE, and PILES, Its cures have been many and very marked. The same Is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as is known to many hundreds who have experienced its heallngqualltles. Cases of one dozen half-gallons, $10. Cases of one dozen quarts, #6. The MASS OR S <v LTS of the water put up In $2 and l|s4-vlals. For sale by PURCELL, I.aDD & CO., Richmond; A. B. Rucker, Lynchburg ; M. A. & 0. A. Santos, Norfolk; Wives & Proctor, Petersburg; C. M Flvnn, Danville ; George M. Mclntlre. Charlottes ville. oc 8 ? d& wlm TOBACCO ANTIDOTE.? A fresh supply of the TOBACCO ANTIDOTE just received by J'VHN W. RISON. Apothecary and I >rugglst, oc 13 Main and Third streets. COD-LIVER OIL.? Freeh COD-LIVER OIL just received bv 'JOHN W. RISON, Apothecary and Druggist, oc 13 Main ami Third streets. pURE COD-LIVER OIL, IMPORTED DIRECT BY OURSELVES, and guaranteed to be made from PRE8H AND HEALTHY LIVERS. For sale by the GALLON OR BOTTLE. MEADE A BAKER, Pharmaceutists, oc 8 919 Main street. s, T.?1860?X.? DRAKE'S PLANTA TION BITTERS? A fresh supply of this celebrated BITTERS received, for sale bv A. BODEKKR A BROTHER, oc 7 DrujfKlsts. STAFFORD'S OLIVE TAR AND FOR REST'S CEDAR TAR for sale by A. BODEKER & BROTHER, OC 7 Druggists. REMOVALS^ REMOVAL.? GEORGE L. BIDGOOD, Bookseller, has removed to 1217 A1N? STREET, next door to Putuey A Watts. oc 6 ? lrn JJEMOVED TO OUR NEW AND ATTRACTIVE STORE NO. ?27 BROAD STREET, anil will open on FRIDAY, October Jul, the most beautiful and largest stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS we have ever offered, and most respectfully call the attention of the public, and particularly the ladle* of Richmond, to the above. We will In the future endeavor to ke>ep on hand a larger assortment and claas of goods to please all purchasers, ana wbtch will always be offered at the lowest market prices. HIRBH & GUGGENHE1MER, 65' Broad street, third door above Theatre. W. C. Kican, 0. H. Chenehy. oc 1 RlcnuOHD, October JO, IMS. THE CO -PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex isting between DAVIS A O'DONNELL. on Broad between Eighth and Ninth streets, Is thin dav dissolved by mutual consent. J ' JAMBS L. DAVI8. 00 20? lw JJAMiSL O'DUNNELL, FOB BENT. TT?OR KENT, THAT MOST DESIRA-g* J* BLE BRICK RESIDENCE situated on Mai the ?outh side of Clay street second door above Adams (now in the occupancy of Mr. D. M. Mil ler), containing about ten rooms ; kitchen with four rooms, lock-room*, bath-room, stable, <Sc. Gas throughout the house, Mth both city water and a well of rood water In the yard. There are some choice fmlttrees In the garden, and the yanl Is handsomely decorated with evergreens. This Is bcrond a doubt one of the best -arranged residences In the city. Any person renting can purchase the curtains to the narlor windows, and also the par lor carpet (which Is new). S. N. DAVIS, Real Kstate Ajmnt and Auctioneer. OC 21 ? it Eleventh and Main streets. For rent, a market garden,#* two miles from the city, on the Broad- Kit street road, containing feven acres of land. The dwelling has four or live rooms ; stable, etc. Pos session on 1st November. S. N. DAVIS, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, oc 21? 4t Eleventh and Main street*'. F)R RENT, a VERY DE8IRABLE** RESIDENCE on Seventh street opposite JHdi it. A. Lancaster's, containing ten roonn, furnish ed with gas and water. Possession given at once. Apply to oc 21 DANDRinCE A ANDERSON. FOR RENT, THREE ROOMS, ondf* second floor, over the store now occupied K2 bvA. A Allen, on Main below Thirteenth street, next below J. H- Tvler fe, Co., formerly occupied as ofllces by the Midlothian Coal Mining Company. immediate possession given. j jaME3 m# TayL0R & SON, oc 2! ?t Auctioneers. FOR RENT, TWoT VERY NEAT** AND CONVENIENT TENEMENTS, InJtai good order, containing four room?, with store-room and closet.", on ?'herr> street near Hollywood. Pos session can be had at once. To good tenants the rent will be low. For terms, apply to JOtiN G. ANDREWS, No. 119, corner of Sixth and Canal streets. oc 20 ? FOR RENT, a very desirable DWELL INGon the west side of First between Sal Marshall and Clay streets contalningsevcn rooms, with kitchen, etc. ; city gas and water on the pre mises. S. N. DAVIS, Real Estate Agent an 1 Auctioneer. oc 2ft? 3t Eleven' h and Main streets. STORE AND DWELLING FORg* _ KENT, on Broad between Fourth andJEil Firth streets, lately occupied by Mrs. Jtidklns as a millinery store. It has four rooms upstairs and ample kitchen accommo latiou. A pplv t.o R. B. SOMKIIVILLE, oc 19? ?t Twelfth street near < ary. FOR RENT, that most eligibly and ff* delightfully located R E S I D K. N C F. JEi situated on the corner of Broad and Eleventh streets, recently occupied by Mr. P. M. Tsbb. Jr. (who has removed to his farm In Henrico county), containing about fourteen rooms, w|rh large halls and passages ; gas, water-closet, and bath-room In the house; there are four large room*? one a di ning-room sixteen by twenty feet, on tlr first or basement, floor, besides the pantry and hall : on t' e second floor, two large parlors about sixteen by twenty feet each, with modern marble mantel pieces and urates, and sliding doors water-closet, and l^rge bath-rooms, passage and ha.' Is ; on the third floor are three chambers, the front chamber having a convenient-sized dressing cl< -set ; on the fourth floor are two good rooms and three closets : there are also two good out-chambers for ser vants, with entran-e from the rear yard. 2 here Is no more desirable f-amed building in the city. the framing being of heart-oak and doublv boarded and floored. The premises have recently been thoroughlv repaired, parlors repapered, and t ainted out and in. Possecsi"n can be had once. Apply to P. M. Tabb, Jr., at the house for a few days, or to K. I>. EACHO, oc 17? lw Real Estate Apent and Auctioneer. FOR RENT, a new BRICK HOUSE, ?jfj? on the north corner of Twelfth and Mar-MIii shall streets. The house has twelve rof.ms ; the kitchen has six rooms; with all the modern Im provements; everything connec'ed with the pre mises In perfect order. The house Is situated in one of the most cleanly and genteel neighbor hoods hi the city of Richmond. Apply at the corner of Eleventh and Marshall streets, No. 401. oc 16 ? lw* jfOR RENT, a desirable DWELL- j jt. ING HOUSE, containing twelve rooms supplied with gas and water ; kitchen, stable, car riage house, a very large garden. &c. ; premises In excellent order, and situated on the corner of Clay and Monroe streets . For terms apply to SAMUEL H. Pi LL1AM. office Mutual Assurance Society, oc 18 ? 2w* corner Tenth and Rank street.*. For rent, the brick tene-#?, MENTS Nos. 1602 and 1604 Franklin JfciS street, between Union and Seventeenth streets. B -th are in excellent condition. No. 1602 has jn*t been painted and whitewashed, has a large storeroom and 6even rooms above, with necessary water-closets. No. 1604 has all necessary shelving, racks, counter, large patent balance, with neces sary water-i-Joeets, and eight rooms above store. Either of the above tenements are well adapted for the grocery, commission, or other business. Apply to T\ It. CARRIJCGTON. Exchange Hotel, from 0 to 11 A. M. oc 15? eod3w* FR RENT, the TOBACCO FACTOR RIKS occupied at the present time byisSi Thomas 0. Williams <fc Co., situated on south ?ide Main between 'I wenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth streets. Possession given on the flrstof January, 1889. For terms, applv to THOMAS J. HARDGROVE, oc IS? lm at tac.tory. OR RENT, a very desirable BRICK 1 .WELLING, comer of Grace and Twen-Jn ty-eighth streets, containing eleven rooms ; kitchen with four rooms, stable, coal-house, vrell of line water, garden, and cltv gas. Apply to TH?MA8 J. HARDGROVE. at factors*, Main and Twenty-seventh streets, oc 15 ? lw F' LOTS FOR RENT OR LEASE. For" RENT OR LEASE, the LOT on Pearl street, about 70 by 90 feet, adjoining Lancaster's Block. A j ply to oc 16 ? eod3t GRUBBS & "WILLIAMS. SEEDSMEN, FLORISTS, &c. THE VIRGINIA NURSERY AND WINE COMPANY HERMITAGE NURSERIES, Richmond, Va., ofTer their usual large and well assorted stock of APPLE. PEAR, PEACH. PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT, and other FRUIT TREES, embracing all the leading varieties. ALSO, a very large assortment of GRAPE VINES, Including the heaviest stock of Norton. Concord, Iv'is, and Delaware, ever offered in the State. A full sunplv of STRAW UKRKIKU. RASP BERRTKS, BLACKBERRIES, CURRAN'J'S, and other email fruits, constantly on hand; with a tine collection of EVERGREENS and DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, &C. Catalogues furnished and correspondence in vited. Post-office box 438. Address ALLAN A JOHNSON, se5 ? ifm General A irents. gEEDS. ? We have on hand every variety of CABBAGE SEED for Tall sowing. Also, a full supply of our celebrated CURLED KALK. POTATO ONIONS, SHALLOTS, ONION CLOVES, Ac. Also, prime TIMOTHY and otliw GRASS SEEDS. ALLAN & JOHNSON, au 26 1506 Main street. p RASS SEEDS? FIELD SEEDS. 200 bushels PRIME TIMOTHY, 150 bushels Clover, 150 bushels ORCHARD GRASS, 50 bushels HERDSGRASS, 50 bushels KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS*, for eale low. PALMER & TURPIN. an 20 ? 3ui 1C26 Main street. I. BAKERIES. D. BRIGGS'S RICHMOND BAKERY, ESTABLISHED lt54. Storks, "07 Main and 420 Broad street. Keeps constantly on hand, and baking fresh every day, all kinds of BREAD, CAKES, AND CRACKERS. The best In the city, and as cheap as they can be bought at any other establishment. Call and examine before buying. All orders promptly att^ykd to. oc 21 QRACKERS, CRACKERS, CRACKERS. IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS. We are manufacturing a large assortment of CAKES and CRACKERS, which we offer at the LOWEST PRICE with a large commission. 8end In your orders. T. E. GILL'S BAKERY, oc 14 530 Broad street. BOARDING AND LODGING. BOARD. ? Families wishing BOARD for the winter can find desliable ROOMS by ap plylngatlhe Arlington Hou;e. oc 2o? dt "jpXCHANGE HOTEL, RICHMOND, VA. BOARD 13 PER DAY. This old and leading HOTEL of the city has been recently repainted, aud 1b now elegant and perfect In all of lta departments. The scarcity of money in the country, ar.d the xreat desire of tlie proprie tor to mnke his charges so as to enable all of his old friends and the public, without exception, to stop wlih him, has determined to reduce his rates to $3 p?rday. In doint: this, however, tha hotel will remain unchanged In every other parti cular. sparing no effort or oxpenfeto retain lor the EXCHANGE Its I'ar-sprcjaul reputation as helo? a flr?-Uclass house lu every particular, and THE HOTEL of the city. Patronage solicited. J. L, CARRINGTOV. oc 15-tNoyl Proprietor, AUCTIOM SALES. ^ THIS DAT. By Paine A Co.. Auctioneers. J^AEGE CATALOGUE SALE. On WEDNES DAY. October 21st, commencing at 10 o'clock, we will sell at our anctlon-rooins, by catalogue, a large and desirable assort ment of FRESH DRY GOODS, now receiving, comprising a great variety of choice goods suited to fall and winter sales. ALSO, 250 cases BOOTS, SHOES, and BALMORALS, embracing every variety for men, women, and children ; with a large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, MEN'S and BOYS' HATS, Ac. Sale positive and without reserve. PAINE A CO., oc 15 Auctioneers. By Lyne A Brother, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, No. 1138 Main street. VERT VALUABLE TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING. ON THIS EAST SIDE OK TWENTY-SECOND BETWEEN LEIGH AND M STREETS. CHURCH HILL. FOR SALE AT AUCTION? We will sell, at the request of the owner, on WEDNESDAY the 21st day of October, 186*. at half-past 4 o'clock P. M.. on the premises, that \ery desirable FRAME DWELLING located ns described, containing rooms, with the usual out-houses, Ac. The lot fronts 28 by 140 feet. TERMS : At sale. LYNE A BROTHER, oc 17 Auctioneers. By Cook A Laughton. Auctioneers, corner of Governor and Franklin streets. H ANDSOME PARLOR FURNITURE, JLJL CARPETS, Ac., AT AUCTION.? On WED NESDAY the list Instant, at 10 o'clock, we v. II! so J I at the residence of Mr. J. B. Winston, No. ?08 Ninth street, beyond Leigh, a portion of bis HOUSEHOLD FUJ.'NITUKE, consisting of 1 ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUIT, covered with velvet plush, in excellent order : 2 handsome BURSSEJ.S CARPETS, little used; RECEPTION CHAIRS and PARLOR TA BLES, MAIIoGaVY ROCKERS and SPRING-?EAT CHAIRS, 1 MAHOGANY CHAMBER SUIT, with marble top pieces ; CHAMBKR CARPETS and RUGS. m L' uuc-u HirrwTIf AllS qrirl' ' w> I)ISl^*t-HU<',u XAl.lvxjum - SOFFA LOUNGE. REFRIGERATOR, The usual assortment of CROCKERY, CHINA, KITCHEN FURNITURE, Ac., amount which Is a very good COOKING-STOVE. COOK A LAUGHTON, oc 19 Auctioneers. IMPORTANT SALE OF REAL~ANL PERSONAL PROPERTY IN MECKLEN bURG AND LUNENBURG.? By virtue of a de cree of the Circuit Court of Mecklenburg rendered on the leth day of September, 1888, In the suit of Gayle's executors vs. Swepson, Ac., I shall, on WEDNESDAY the 21st day of October next, sell upon the premises, at public auction, the TRACT OF LAND owned by the late Dr. William E. Dod son, together with the MULES, HORSES, stock of CATTLE. HOGS, and SHEEP, WAEONs, CARTS, and FARMING IMPLEMENTS gene rally. Including a WHEAT-THRESHER. Also, the HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNI TURE. The land lies on the Meherrln river. In part In the county of Lunenburg and part In the county of Mecklenburg, wltliln thirteen milts of the Keys vllle depoton the Richmond and Danville railroad. It contains about EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES, and Is Justly regarded one of the most fertile and valuable tracts of laud In that section of country. Terms ok Salk : A sufficient amount of tin: proceeds of the real estate to defray the expenses of sale will be required In cash ; the residue of the purchase money payable in two ennal annual in stalments, to carry Interest from the day of sale, for which the purchaser will be required to execute bond with unquestioned personal security, and the title to the land to be retained as additional securi ty. Should the purchaser, however, desire It he will have the privilege of paying the whole of the purchase In cash. The personal property will be sold for cash. THOMAS F. GOODE, se 22? rds Commissioner. HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE. By E. D. Eacho, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. Office No. fl Fourteenth street, between Main anil Franklin. F OR SALE. ? For sale privately very desirable FRAMED HOUSK sltu-Biiii. ated on the nort h side of Broad stre t (now In the occupancy of James H. Pea>) between Twenty fourth and Twenty-fifth streets. The lot fronts twr-nty-llve feet on" Broad street and runs back 110 feet. "For terms, Ac., apply to R. I). EACHO, oc 21? Iw Anctlonocr and Real Estate A pent. 17011 SALE PRIVATELY, the . FRAME HOL'SE and LOT on corner ofJ Eighteenth and Grace streets, contalnln? seven rooms. Also, the BRICK HOUSE on same lot. containing seven room?. Also, the HOUSE and L< ?T on Franklin street, adjoining -Via' onlc Hall five rooms and l>rlck kitchen ; fortv-elght feet front ; eighty feet back, Inquire of oc 20-3t? J. W. SATTER WHITE. By Richardson A Newbum, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, No. 1016 Main and Eleventh streets. FINE 0PENING~F0R A PHYSICIAN. _ _ A SMALL FARM, containing about FIF TY ACRES OF HIGHLY-IMPROVED LAN1?, with excellent BUILDINGb, located In one of the wealthiest and mos.t populous communities in the State, for sale privately. Apply to KICHARiJdON NEWBURN, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, oc 20? 2t 1016 Main street, c rner Eleventh. By .J. L. Apperson, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. A For sale, a farm of one HUN DRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND, ON THE WILLIAMSBURG ROAD, FOUR MILES BFLOW RICHMOND. It lies ?ell for drainage, easllv improved, and pro duces well, as the present badly-cultivated crop of corn, Ac., will sh?w. Early application will se cure a great barg. In In price and unusually long crealt on a part thereof. Applv at once to oc 15 ? 6t J. L. APPERSON. <X>NFECTIOflERIES. T"o HOUSEKEEPERS.? Now is the time to supply yourselves with PRESERVES and FRESH I-RUITS and JELj.IES for the winter. We haved a large stock of Preserved strawberries, Peaches, Uam=ons, (^uluces, Tomatoes, Cfcerrles, GotiS'.berriei, Pineapples. Fresh Strawberries Pineapple?, Blackberries, Raspberries, Tomatoes. Peaches, Pears, I 'amsons, Ac. ; Currant, Quince, Peach, and strawberry del lies; Brandy t eaches and Pears; all of our own manufacture, and warranted superior to any north ern goods, and which we offer at low prices. ANDREW PIZZIM A CO., oc 17 807 Broad street. Third supply of new-crop rai sins, Ac. ? By the steamer Niagara this morning I am receiving 25 boxes new-crop LAYER RAISINS, 20 barrels twenty-ounce PIPPINS and other APPLES, 10 bags fresh CARTHAGENA COCOA NUTS, 5 larrels new Z ANTE CURRANTS, 25 boxes uew-crop CITRON, Sweet Havana ORANGES and fresh LEMONS. LOUIS J. BOSSIEUX, oc 16 1412 Main street. N EW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! ! BANANAS, H A V A V A* OR A NO ES, LEMONS. CURRANTS, FIGS, DATES. CITRON, RAISINS, PRi NEK, GRAPES, COX'S GELATINE, ALMONDS, FILBERTS. PALM NUTS, PECANS, WALNUTS, SARDINES, PICKLES. CATSUPS, SAUCES, BRANDY PEACHES, FRENCH STUFFED OLIVES, FRENCH OLIVES, CAPERS, ANCHOVIES, FRENCH MUSTARD. SWEET OIL, FRENCH CANDIES, CHOCOLATE, CAROMELS/, SODA. SUGAR, BU 7 TER, ARROWROOT, CREAM. "WATER, LEMON, and other CRACKERS; CIGARS. TOBACCO. CANNED PINEAPPLES. PKA< HES, STRAWBERRIES, CONDENSED MILK, oysters, salmon, GREEN CORN, Ac. The attention of tbe public is called to my large and well-selected stock of goods, which I am de termined to sell at reduced prices. Country merchant* will find it to their interest to see me before buying their confectioneries. I sell the PREMIUM CANDIES, highly ilavored and of good styles. Call anil examine, and be convinced that I sell first-class goods. W. W. TR1 BBETT. oc 13 1116 Main street- corner of Twelfth. TO DEALERS IN CONFECTIONERIES. Announcement, In circus style is not our rule, but if you call at our STORE, 1543 MAIN STREET, and examine our stock before purchasing else where, you will find the largest assortment of GOODS kept in any confectionery between Balti more aadiitw Orleans ; comprising everything lu that line, too numerous to mention, which we offer to olty and country merchants on most reasonable terms. Our OWN MANUFACTURED CAN DIES, in all their variety, are not mad* out of Yankce?reflne J sugar, but of loaf sugar from the Richmond Refinery, and are warranted to conin?re in pureness, as well as in quality and workmanship, with any candies mad* in the United States. We are still selling ICE-CREaM at *1.25 per gallon, delivered to any part of the city. Ptc-nirg and festivals will be furnished at wholesale prices. Z1MMKR A CO., oc I 1543 Main street. TOILET ARTICLES. FINE SOAP S ? Lubin's, Condray 'b, Lowe's, Cleaver's, Yardly's. Rlmmel's. Also, a varied assortment of ihe best AMERICAN SOAPS. For sale by J. BLAIR, Druggist, oc $ 825 Broad street. TOILET ARTICLES.? An elegant as sortment recently selected? for Bale by J, BLAIR. Dnntfrlst, oc 9 f# Broaaitreet, AjXCTMMf 8AUSS. future day. Bjr James M. Taylor & Son, Auctioneers, Office No. wt Main rtreet, three doora below Spotawood Hotel. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HEAL ESTATE IV THE COUNTY OP CHESTERFIELD, AD JOINING THE TOWN OF MANCHESTER, RFING A PART OF "FALLS PLANTA TION " CONTAINING SIXTY ACHES. AT AUCTION.? By virtue of a deed of trust made oti the 22d <Jay of January, 186L to the subscriber, from D. F. Ward, recorded In the dark's office of the County Court of f'bestorfteld to sccnre the p.ivment of certain nefrotl-ible note* and bonds therein mentioned, with interest thereon, ?n<l de fault having boon made In the payment of a por tion of said nepotlab'e notes and bonds and at the request of the beneficiary In said deed, and In ac cordance with the terms thereof, I will offer for sale at public auction on THURSDAY the 22d day of October, 1*68, on the premises, at 4. o'clock P. M.. a part of the REAL ESTATE conveyed In said deed, being a tract of land containing about SIXTY ACRES, with tli? Improvements thereon, bounded on the east by the lands formerly owned by the late Henrv T. Drewry. on the west by the Richmond and Petersburg turnpike, anil on the north by the lands owned by Dr. M*rx. and Is a part of section marked A on the plat of the "Falls Plantation." Teiims : "Whilst the deed requires all In easlu bv the consent of the beneficiary in said deed I shall require one-quarter cash : balance on a credit of fix, twelve, eighteen, and twenty-four months, negotiable notes. Interest adde-', secured by a deed of trust. .TOHN R. YOUNG, Trustee. .Tames M. Tayi.011 & Sox, Auctioneers, oc 21 By Gmbbs & Williams, Auctioneers. Eleventh street between Main and Rank. The handsomerestdence at the SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MAIN" AND third streets for sale at auction ON TUESDAY, 27th OCTORER. AT 4J O'CLOCK P. M ?It has been remodelled and re novated throughout painted, and papered : new roof. covered with slate; Iron verandah : Iron ratl ine in front; hot and cold balbs; water-closets : new cook Ing-range. , There are It room3. besides bath-rooms, closets, coal and wood-rooms. The Improvements have been made under the di rection of a gentleman familiar with all the mo dern arrangements, intended for his own residence, and no expense has been spared to make It com plete In every respect. Hitch property Is rarely offered In the market, and we therefore Invite very particular attention to this sa'e. The lot is 5.1x104 feet to an alley 3? feet wide After which will be sold the PRo PERT Y adjoin ing on the east, embracing the school-house occu pied by Mr. David Tnrn?-r, with a lot 35x104 feet to the alley above referred to. TKBMS : At sale. : GRUBBS & WILLIAMS, op 21 Auctioneers. Ry James M. Taylor & Son. Auctioneers, Office No. 821 Main street. three doors below Spots wood Hotel. A VALUABLE MABKET-G ARDEN, WITH THE IMPROVEMENTS THERE ON. ONTHE MEADOW-RKIDHE RO\D NEAR THE CORPORATE LIMITS, NORTH OK THE CITY AN;' ONE VJLE FROM THE CAPTTAL, ADJOINING THE FARM OF l>lt. DEANh A VI) OTHERS, F<>R SALE AT AUCTION.? Will be sold on MONDAY the Cflth davof 0<Tober. 1888, on the premises, at 4 o'clock P. M.. the ded rab'o residence now occupied by Mr. J. Relnhardt. as above described. The house has six rooms above the basement, and all the usual out.-bulldlns's. There are FIF TEEN ACRES OF LAND hlghlv Improved and is considered to be one among the be<t loeatloiH for a market garden In the neighborhood of the city it helne about an equal distance from both markets. There Is also a well of tine water on the premises. TkiimS : One-fourth cash ; balance at four, eight, and twelve months for negotiable notes, In terest added, and secured by a deed of trust. JAMES M. TAYLOR A SON", oc 17 Auctioneers. TO CAPITALISTS? CHRISTT A N8 VILLE FOR SALE This lovely and deMra ble place. the former residence of Tt. C. Puryesr. deceased, in the county of Mecklenburg, Va.. will be offered for sain to the highest bidder. on the premises, on THURSDAY the 22d of October. Number of acres, about ONE THOUSVND THREE HUNDRED. The improvements are costly and extensive, embracing several dwell ings; one of them large and commodious, contain ing ten rooms con ven It ntly arranged. The build lnjrs are all well painted and In good repair. Among them mavbe enuirerated : A tine STOREHOUSE two stories hleh. aRRTpK KITCHEN. BKK'K SMITHS' SHOP. CAR RIAGE SHOP. COOPER SHOP. DOCTOR'S OF FinPt, SHOE SHOP, a LARGE TWERN HOUSE, an Immense number of STAPLES and CABIN'S, und. In fact every klml r.f house neces sary for the comfort of several families. It has on It a newly-ostablUhcd TAX-YARD, wlrh nil fixtures complete : a large APPLE AND PEACH ORCHARD, and the BEST GARDEN IN THE STATE. The land Is well watered, and well adapted to the growth o' corn, wheat, oats, and tobacco. This place lq alltfle village of Itself, and Itsn.-sm.' wouM indlcite the character of the population. Here. now. Is an opening for a merchant a teach er. a doctor, a mechanic, a tanner, a fanner ? a whole colonv of von. Tvitvs : Made" known on davof sale. Judgment creditors of ?. c. Pnrvear are request ed to attend. A. G. .fEFFRESS. ) R. R. PURYEAP. > Executors. R. C. PURYEAR,) or 17? dtds By Wellington Goddln, Auctioneer aud Real Estate Agent. The beautifuiT farm called "CEDAR HILL." THREE MILES EAST OF RICHMOND. CONTAINING SEVENTY TWO AND THREE-QUAKTFR ACRES, F'?R HALE AT AUCTION.? At the request of Mr. James R. Ratcliffe I will sell at auction, on the premises, on MONDAY, October 58. 183", at J o'clock P. M., the beautiful farm on which be re sides, called "CEDAR HILL," adjoining the lands of Messrs James M. Carter, William P. G. Garnett anil Rlcbard Cauthorn, containing SF VENTY-TWO AND THREE-^UARTEI! ACRES, of which about sixty acres are open land In flue heart. _ , . The Improvements consist of a comfortable dwelling containing eight rooms ; stable, carriage house, kitchen, Ac.; a well of good water in the yard, and an orchard of choice fruit, Ac. Posses sion given 1st of January next. The growing crops can be taken by the purchaser at valuation, 're location is a handsome one, and the neighborhood good. . , The l*nd lies within a quarter of a mile of the west side of the MechatilcsvUle turnpike. with an excellent road leading to It from the turnpike TkrmS: Reasonable, and made known at the hour of sale. Mr. Ratcllffe will take pleasure In showing the place to those who may call on 1dm. oc 18? 2taw1w.* dtds Auctioneer. By Frauds T. label I, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. FOR SALE AT AUCTION, THREE va luable LITTLE FARM* ABOUT ONE MILE FROM THE EASTERN TERMINUS OF THE MECHANICbVILLE TURNPIKE, IN THE COUNTY OF HANOVER. AND ABOUT SEVEN MILES EAST OF RICHMOND.? On THURS DAY the 22d of October, 1853, upon the premises, commencing at 12 o'clock M., will be sold at auc tion, In the order advertised, the following pro perty, to wit : 1. A FARM, well enclosed with a substantial fence containing about FIFTY-THREE ACHEM. on which there 1* a large and commodious dwell ing-house, brick basement containing ten good rooms ; besides, closets, frame kitchen of three rooms, barn, stable. Icehouse, Ac.; all In good or der. < 'n the farm there are about 100 fruit-trees of the most choice kind or apple, pe*ch. nlum, cherry, quince, and pear. The land Is In a nigh 6tate of Improvement having been within the past two years heavily manured ; Is admirably adapted to the culture of vegetables of every description ; and 'Its nearness 'o the city of Richmond with a goo t turnpike road, renders It very valuable for either a market garden or dairy farm. 2. A FARM about one rnl!fc distant from the on.; above named, containing about SEVENTY ACRES, with a large front on the Pole Green road. 8. A FARM adjacent to the one last mentioned, containing above fEVENTY-FIVE AlRES, also with a targe front on Pole Green road. Tlvre ere about seventy acres of tb? two laat meniloned tracts heavllv wooded with origin-. 1 growth- Tht re lsa church near i he above farms, and the neighborhood Is unexceptionable. a plat of the above farms may be seen at my office In a few days. Tkmms : Liberal and made known at ssle. FRANCIS T. ISBELL, oc 14?014. 17. A tilts Auctioneer. SSIGNEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VA., AT ILIC AUCTION. ? As assignee of T. H. Stamps, bankrupt, and by virtue of an order of the District Court or the United States for the district of Virginia, the undersigned will sell at public auction, upon the premises, on FRIDAY the 3o:h day of October, 18W. a valuable TRA' T OF LAND, containing SIX HUNDRED AND FIVE AND THRfc E-QUARTFR ACRES (805J). lying on Sandy creek, two anil a half miles south of Ring gold depot and eight miles east of Danville. This land has a comfortable dwelling, tobacco fliotory. and all necessary out-houses, and Is well adapted to the growth of fine tobacco, corn, wheat Ac. It will be sold free from all liens and encum brances. except the right of dower of said bank rupt's wife. It will be dlvldad Into lots soluble for purchasers. Tkums : One-third cash ; remainder in six ard twelve months, purchaser giving bonds with good security for the deferred payments, and title re tained as further security until the purchase money Is fully paid. JOHN T. BUIGHTWELL. Assignee of T. H. Stamps, bankrupt se Jft? 2aw4w RUST EE'S SALE" OF VALUABLE WHARF PROPERTY AT GOSPORT, VA., AND BANKI ? G-HOUSK IN PORTSMOUTH, VA., AT AUCTION The undersigned, trusteed of the Bauk of Virginia, will sell at auction, on the premises, on WEDNESD A Y thfc ttth Instant, at 13 M., that valuable WHARF PROPERTY at Gosport belonging to the Bank of Virginia. This property Is admirably situated tor ship-building or a shook and cooperage establishment supplies of timber and staves being there very abundant. This lot lnw a front ou Crawford street of 242 feet and a front on Elizabeth river of the same number of feet, and a depth of 350 fert. The depth of water lo sulficlentto float the largest-class vessel la the United States, and there Is a dock on the north and south side. On the lot Is a larg?j brick dwell ing-house and several wooden tenements. Immediately after the sale of the wharf j ropertv, we will sell the BANKING-HOU^E In Portamouih so long occupied by the Bank of Virginia. Teh ms : Oue third cash : balanoe on a credit of four, eight and twelve months, interest added, aud secured by a trust deed on the property ; purchaser paving taxes for the present year. D, J. SAUNDERS, ) Trnateeil oc 1? 8. C. TARDY, J Trustees. COXE'8 GELATINE for making jolly up blwc-mang^Ac.^^ bj BjjqXHKJI, AUCTION 1 SAXES. FUTURE DAT. By W. K. Smith, Auctioneer, No. 14^4 Main street. I WILL SELL AT~MY STOKE, No. 1434 Main street, on THURSDAY the Kd Instant, at 10 o'clock A. M.. a large assortment of FURNI- 1 TURE. Ac., consisting of Hedstoala. new and second-band Mattresses. Tables, Bureaus, Sofas, Lounges. Wood and Canc-?e*t ( hairs, Wardrobes, Cooking Stoves. Office and Parlor Stoves, a large Jot of Crorkery, and a groat msny articles too numerous to mention. The above goods will be sold without reserve, as the parties to whom they belong inland to leave the city. oc 2t ? ft* W. K. SMITH. Anctionecr. By Grubbs A Williams. Auctioneers, jL.eventh street between Main and Bank. A NEAT BRICK" COTTAGE RESI DENCE. ON THE NORTH SIDE OF GRACE STREET BETWEEN MADISON AND MONROE 8THEET8, AT AUCTION, UPON THE PREMISES, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER ?6TH. AT HALF-PA ST 4 O'CLOCK P. M? It adjoins the residence of Mr. Ro. P. Pnvjs ; his five rooms, a brl'-k kitchen with three rooms, gas and wat*-r on the premises ; front and back porche>, and some fine shrubbery. The premises are In v?rv nice condition. Possession atoncc. The lot fronts 21 J by 150 feet to an alley. Tkkms : At sale. GRURBS & WILLIAMS. ?c 2t Auctioneers. By Grubbs & Williams, Anctloneers, Northwest corner of Main and Eleventh street*. Frame dwelling with five ROOMS AND LARGE HTABl.E, ON THE NORTH SIDE OP DUVAL STRKET ADJOIN ING THE DUVAL-STREET CHURCH.? We will sell at auction, on the premise?, on FRI D Y the 23d of October, at 4 o'clock P. M.. the FRAME DWELLING located as ab >ve described, containing 5 rooms, and now occupied try James Booker, j he lot fronts 30 feet on Duval street, and runs back 90 feet. Tkkms : One*f?urth cash: the balance at 4, 8, and 2 months for w gotlable notes, Interest added, secured by a trust died. GRUBBS & WILLIAMS, "c ','Q A uctloneers. By Rlchardton & Newburn, Real Estate Agents and Anctloneers, 101? Main street, corner Eleventh. VALUABLE I.OTFOR SALE AT AUC TIon ?We win sell at auction, on the pre mies, < 11 FRIDAY the 23d Instant, at 5 o'clock P. M . a valuable LOT with a small DWVLLING th-reon, on m. Peter's streut between Bakamud ? hirlty street^ subject to a leasehold for three years at thlrtv-flvo dollars a }*ur. Terms : Cash. The above menlloned property was soltl at auc tion on th" 10th Instant to Peter Wat son (colored), but he having failed to comply with the terms of sale, It wltl 1)0 sold again, as advertised, at his cost. RIcHARDSON & NEWBURN, oc2i) Auctioneers, By Grtibbs & Williams. Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. ^TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A BRICK I DWELLING AND LOT, ON SOUTH SIDE OF MARSHALL STREET JUST BEYOND M UN FORD STREET, AT AUCTION.-ln exe cution f the provisions of a deed of trust from Henry Bro"kefm m and wife to the subscriber as trustee, dated fi'h of May 1*67, and recorded in Henrico 1 ounty Court ofilce. being thereto re quired. I will sell at auction, upon the premi es. 011 M NDAY. 28i h of October, at 4) o'clock P. M . if fair, if not. then on the next fair day thereafter at the satno hour, the DWELLING and premises oc cupied by said Hrockelinan, situated as above. It lias about seven rooms, with stable and other usual outb iH'dngs. Also, a SMALL TENEMENT ad* Joinlngit. ') he l??t Is 51x148 feet, to an alley 17 feet wide. Tkkms : Cash sufficient to defray expenses of sale and to pay off a note for $477, with lutcre t from 6th of May l1*?* ; balance on terms to be made known at the time of sale. 1'. W. GRUBBS, Trustee. Gnrnns & Williams, Auctioneers. oc 10 By Wellington Goddln. Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. Three handsome building lots, ON THE SOUTH &IDE OF BROAD STR k ET AT ITS JUNCTION WITH THE CONNKt - TION RAILROAD. FOR *U.E AT AUCTION. Will be sold at auction, on the premises, on FRI DAY the 23<1 October, \m. at 4 o'clock P. M.. those three beautiful BUILDIaG LOTS located as above, each fronting 30 feet on on the south side of Broad street, running ba'-k of Irregular depth to the said line of said railroad. Tkrm.s : One-third cash ; balance at four and eight months for negotiable notes, intere-t added, secured by a trust deed. W. GODDiv, oc 19 ^ Auctioneer. By Lyne A Brother, Real Estate Ag"nts and Auctlonters, 1439 M.tiu street. EAUTIFUL NEW~ AND DESIRABLE ^ (.:< ?ttage ho rate, on north side ok MARSHALL BETWEEN TW E N'T Y-N I NTH AND THIRTIETH STREETS, WITH FOUR HO MS OK GOOD SIZE AND HALLS RUN NING THR"UGH HIE HOUSE, KoR SALE AT AUCTION. ? *t the request of the owner we will Sell on THURSDAY NKXI' the 22d day of October. 18 i>S, upon the preml?ps, at half-past 4 O'clock I*. M.. that neat and convenient Col TAGE described above, having been Just built, aud la now In p^r/eot repair. The LOT Is CtJxl55 feet, to an alley twenty feet ? ie TERMS: At sale. LYNE & BROTHER, oc 10 Auctioneers. By E. A. .J. Cloplon, Roal Estate Agent and Auctioneer, Tenth between Main and Bank streets. TRUSTEE'S SALE" OF VALUABLE I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, OIL M> T T1N?, MIRKORS. PLATHD WARE. Ac.. KOR SALE AT AUCTION.? By virtue of a deed of trust executed to me, bearing date the 16th d ay of April. IsOi, and of record In the Clerk's ofllce of'the < flirt of Hustings for the c ty of Richmond In deed-book No 8ti M, page No. 2*03, I shall proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, on the north side of Franklin between Fourteenth and Fif teenth streets, on THURSDAY , 22d day of October. 18iW, at 10 o'clock A. M? the following described property, consisting of 1 JENNY LIND BEDSTEAD and BEDDING, 1 very superior WALNUT WAltDHOBK, Mery superior MAHBLE-TOt' CABINET, 1 v-r'y superior WASH">TAND. 6 very supcrl r HAIR-CLOTH BOTTOM CHAIRS 1 very superior VELVET EASY OH A I It, I very superior ROCKING CHAIR, hair-cloth bot tom ; 1 very superior MAHOGANY WARDROBE, 2 very superior COTTAGE BEDSTEADS and BIDDING, 2 dozen superior CANE SEAT andother CHAIRS, 1 M \ HOG AN Y SOF*. 1 verv supe lor WALNUT MARBLE-TOP SIDE BOA K I ), 1 very superior MARBLE-TOl' CENTRE-TA BLE. 2 very superior "WALNUT EXTENSION TA BLED. 2 very elegant PIER GLASSES, 2 small (?< mjKINGGLa KSES, < HA mberoabivets. PLATED and SILVER WARE. IVukY-H i NDLK KNI VKS (plated) and FORKS, Good assortment of CHINA and GLASSWARE, FIVE ConKIS'G STOVE, OIL PAINTINGS. Large number of FVNCY ARTICLE?, BRUSSELS CARPETS, CHAMBER MAT1ING, OIL < LOTUS, i lounge. l very superior BOOK-CASE and WRITING DESK. SAMUEL W. HARWOOD, oc 19 Trustee. By Wellington Goddln, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A PORTION OF that valuable farm called "HICKORY HILL," ?>N 1'HH BRO<>K TL'KK B1K.K TWO AND A HALF MILES NORTH OF RICHMOND. ? By virtue of adeedrf trust execu ted by the late John O. Taylor and wife to Loftln N. Elleit and James Ellett both now deceased bearing date 33d of December, ln54, duly recorded In HenrJco County Court. I shall, as executor of Loftln N. Ellett. ?1ecease<L. who survived James El lett, the other trustee, proceed to sell at public auc tion, on the premises. on WEDNESDAY the 28th of October 186H. at 4 o'clock 1*. M., If fair. If not, the first fair day thereafter, that portion of the* HICKORY HILL ESTATE, of which John O. Taylor died seized, as fronts on the west side of the Brook turnpike, embracing about SEVENTY FIVE ACRES, and bounded on the south by the farm formerly owned by the late John Goddln. to !>e divided Into two tracts of 3"J aces each, accord Lug to a plat aud survey to be exhibited at the hour of sale. These lots lie beautifully? extending from tfee turnpike hack to the lands of Mr. Martin 8. Tay lor, withstood building sites on each. They are located in the moat desirable neighborhood m Hen rico county, aud should attract the ait?i tion of persons wanting country-seats near to the city. By consent of parties, the sale will b? one-fourth cash ; balance at four, eight, and twelve months for negotiable notes, Interest added, secured by a tru-tdeed THOMaS ELLETT, Executor of Loftln N. Ellett, deceased, and trus tee kx uflldo. oc 8 By Wellington Goddln, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALUABLE FA RM OF TH REE HUNDRED AND FORT Y AND ONE* QUARTER ACRES, IN HANOVER COUNTY. TEN MILES NORTHEAST OK RICHMOND. NEAR TO ATLEE'S STATION, OS THE VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD? By virtue of a deed of trust executed to the sub scrlb r by Mr. James M. Carter, dated 4th Octo ber, 1861, duly recorded in Hanover County Court, and in obedlerce to a decree of Hanover Circuit Court pronounced on 3d October, liWt in the case of Carter against Ragland, etc., I shall proceed to s?ll at public auction, on the premises, on FRI DAY the 23d of October. 1868, at 1J o'clock M., if fair, tf not. the first fair day thereafter, at the same hour, thtt VALUABLE FARM located as above, on which Mr. James SI. Carter now resides, caliodf "LAUREL GROVE" containing THREE HUNDRED AND FORTY AND ON E-QU A RTEIt ACRES OF LAND, of which about half Is open land of excellent quality, and the balance in origi nal and secondary growth of oak and pine. The Improvements on the place consist of a comforta ble dwelling and the usual other buildings ? such as baru, stable, quarters, etc. TERMS : As to the costs and expenses of sale and the sum of $6,481.31 with interest from the 17th of October. 1863. one-fourth thereof In cash ; bal ance at i, l?. and U months for negotiable notes. Interest added, secured by a trust deed ; and as to any surplus, upon such terms as the said Carter may direct. oc 7 w. GODD1N, Trustee. English 'Soda.-2o kegs bi cabb. SODA for wue by * MAS8UC * HARVEY, oc 7 tfo. I JftheentU _ COTOTOB?ERS. -\ nBGINlT^IirThe CircnH Cctm J til T city pf Richmond, Augnst 1. WOT : ^ Sallle Howard, a lunatic, by .f . Bernard PertAv. her next friend ; J. Bernard Peyton nZi^h Peyton. hi# wif* ;.'.Tanse<? W. Howard; TwX 4 C. Howard, an Infant, by EINh* Shipper,, i, i? next friend; A. B. Pbepperson, Geom iW bheppcrson, Isabel Klrd Hbepperson. and W?l"m Lnnatlc Asylum Plaintiff? against "*? Charlc* Byrd and P. E. Gentry, executor, ,t George Howard, deceased ; George KsrVv, Cornelia Amanda Karlev, bli wifr ? Henry Howard. George H. Howard. Alex**^ Howard. Throgmorton and J* ne K.Thrr. morton. his wife; Samuel Eetchener aDdM.? Virginia, his wire ; and Thomas IIar<ir. 'M*3 EXTRACT OP nWlRRRq, And the Conrt doth farther adlndpe. order deer' e tha1 the said Churls Byra and p g, \.A try d ? render an account of their cxecuv.rhfV.ljl* actions aa?xecutora of the last *111 and of their testator, George Howard, decease w, one of the commissioner* of this coun ; *n i said Commissioner is directed. in t^klojr u?, accounts, to Tegard as prima fact* cone*. k~ liable to be surcharged and falsified by th? ^ tlfT-?. any account* of the said executors fart uV settled by them before a con.mlsslonerand Murn2 to court, and conllrmed gnd ordered to be rwvmiT. by snch court of competent Jurisdiction. 1 And the Court doth further adjudge, cn5er sr-t decree that the said defendants, ( liarles Kyr,<' i?. T. E. Gentrv.do render In-fore the ?;iM (>,m^ sloner an acconnt showing how much monf t tl>v u executors and testamentary guardians a* afrWi'i/ have received since the Htli day of April l?j date of their last sett lement and from what sotirr? and how thev have disposed ofth^ same, how rr,~ mnn<>v they have paid to each ofthft legatees ur..u the will of George Howard, deceased; *nd tly.V ing whether any of the legatees (ande pecUtJ whether Cornelia Amanda Early, hef-re her lnt*? marriage with George Farley, or she and tr.. .... free of rent, and what was the annual mi? at v' of the same *11 whi^h accounts the s-*I?| rf,T mlssioner will examine. sta?e. and settle. an<? port to the court - 1' h any matte rs specially ?>/m deemed pertinent hy himself, or which may be tjulred by.anv of the nartles to be ?f> itated. And the said defendants are requlr*d to pro.!a? before the said ('o)nmI?sloner any bo< kj, p?vn accounts, or vouchers. In tlx-!" po'se^lon ornr. U f heir cont roJ.touch Ing the ce' ate of George Flowl^ deceased, which may ! e called for hy the plalmij,' o-eKherof them, orwhh-h they, or either of ti/.' may require to be *o produce<l. And the snid defendants, or any of th^m. subject th?*mse'ves to ?n ex imlnauon u?<Wr r,^' upon Interrogatories ftle.l with the CoinmUifovr or orally bef??re the Commissioner. or In h ?thwjW as the plaintiffs, or any of th<-m. may re^i* touching any and all matters involved in th|? eolt And the Court d'.th order ami direct that of the time and placeof making the In ndri?< r < taking the accounts ordered by the decree c nt?v in this caiiseon the 1st day of >? ngn-t, l??. fha'ii# given by the Comtnls loner, who sluil execute t>, said decree by publication once a w.(ik f^r t. 'r. successive weeks in some newsp?p^r puM|<)>.!) the citv of Richmond, and that purh pnWlatl.a ehall be equivalent to personal service of sucbn.> tlceon the parties, or any of them. Com n' issiovkr*8 Okfici. i Ricujioxd, <\t..be ?. u? ?Notice Is hereby giv n that I h.ive anpolntwimr ofllce. in this city, as theplaro and MONDAY rl Pth davof Novemt>er. IMi. at io \m \f. as lh..t'm for executing the foregoing decree' when ?ri where the parties are required to attend JAAU?y PLK/tbAN'Tf, oc 7? W lw Commi^lom-r. steapher^. Okkice Kobfolk asp Richmond StkamTr- . KICUMONU, October is-;?. ( NOTICE. ? On and after TO-DAY tbe steamer ELIZA H A N (JOX will not stop V Grove's Landing until further ni'tlce. ocVO? lw_ L. li. TATUM, Agent. "DHILA DELPHI A, R1C HMOND , ^ JL AND NORFOLK STKA Msllll'S&C^ L I N E . ? Steamers NORF< ?IJC and CITY, comixisliiK i his line, will leave 1'bliadclphlA every SA'l UitOA V, and Richmond ever* i n. Day, alternately. Freight taken for Cincinnati. Chicago, am! St, Louis, via Pennsylvania Central railroad. Alv\ for Norfolk and Boston; and close craatrUnB mad- at Norfolk. Kilts of lading signed throu^L Passage to Philadelphia, Including uitali ana 3uu room, ? 10. W. P. PoKTKR, Ajrejit, oc 17 otllce J4z5 Pock str>el. I^OR NEW YORK? OLD DO-^J^ 1 MINION STEAMSHIP CO V P a J NY.? The splendid new u Id e- wheel *Ve*nj.uiu ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA, NIAGARA, Al.ut MA RLE, and HATTER AS, hiave New Va-k bf Richmond every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, ?ai SATURDAY. Heave Tlrhmoud every TUKSDAY, FRIDAY, and SUNDAY. These snips kre entirely new ; they have elegact saloons ana staterooms ; the fare, accompli, tlone, an<i attention, are unsuruas&c-d. Freights for pointa beyond New York forwwltd With dispatch, and no charge made eave for tc lua! expenses Incurred. Closy eonuections made with steamers for ill southern and European porta. Insurance eflected at lowest rates when ord?fft N\ L. McClt*AJ>Y, President, 1?7 Greeawlct street. New York. WILLIAM C. DUNHAM X CO., Ageuu, mv I corner Miln and Eleventh ttreetl. POWHATAN STEAMBOAT* C O M FA N Y.-ST E A M E K STATE of MABYLANDANDPiTLKSUllUi. CHEAP, RELIABLE, AND SAFE ROUTE TO BALTIMORE, SAVANNAH, BOSTON. ASU T.'fE WEST.-TRl-WEEKLY LINK TO BAL TIMORE, MA KIN (4 OLOHK CONNECTION" WITH STEAMERS TO PHILADELPHIA. -No CHARGE FOR WHARFAGE, UKAYAfiE. OU FORWARDING, AND NO TRANSHIP MENT OF GOO Da BETWEEN RICHMOND AND BALTIMORE? Leaves Baltimore r\r;T TUESDAY, THURSDAY, ami SATURDAY. Leaves Richmond every TUESDAY, T11I,'&J DAY, and SATURDAY. Freight rocolved every day (except 8un<J*v) upu> 7 o'clock P. M- These steamers have excellent t? loon, stateroom, and passeujrer accommodation*. Fare, TWO DOLLARS; n.ealo and ?t*u.-w.a extra. For freUhi or passage t|>^y to Comm R NORFOLK, P0RT8 HARVEYS A WILLIAMS, Agents, an 10 Commercial Block. F)3 MOUTH, AHDA1/L LANDINGS ON THE JAMES RIVER.? The fast *?.J flew:! steamer ELIZA HANCOX, Captain Z. C. Gir rORD, leaves her wharf at Rockett* for above named places on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, a;d FRIDAY at ?i o'clock A. M., and returns on Tuti day, Thursday, and Satur<lay. PASSENGERS arrlvo at NORFOLK In llaw to connect with eteamera for BALTIMOKjC and POINTS NORTH. TRAIN leaves CITY POI^T for PETERS BURG on arrival of STEAMER. Fare to Norfolk, $1B. FREIGHT receive/! up to ?1 P. M. TUESDAYS, THURS DAYS, and SATURDAYS, for NORFOLK. PORTSMOUTH, BOSTON, BALTIMORE, u-l PRINCIPAL LANDINGS ON CHESAPEAKE BAY, and ALL LANDINGS ON JAMES* RIVIB at reasonable rat?-s. Freights for way-landing* must be prc-palit. Lett"rs entrusted to parser of steamer unit M enclosed In a Government stamped envelope. Apply to L. B. TATUM Afc-i-nt, mh >1 Office, steamer's wbarf. s. SEWIXO MACHINE*. CALE8 of all ? kinds REPAIRED and _ ADJUSTED. SEWING M A< HINES of all kinds REPAIRED and parts furnished. The LATE IMPROVEMENTS put oa tta SLOAT EL LI 1' TIC and WHEELER & Wll.iON SEWING MACHINES. SLOAT ELLIPTIC MACHINES rmbj bought. Neither of uj have any connection whatever ?llfl any other establishment la this city. SL.OAT Sl ADOINGTON, oc 19? *m 1415 Cary street near Fourteenth T RIUMPHANTl Is tlie ?-and motto of the famous WILCOX & GIBBS SEWING MACHINE J for In a hundred trials and tests It has triumph*! over competition, and borne away the palm of victory. It Is safely asserted to be the best, sla* plest, and most perfect machine now beiore tlx public. It sews, hems, fells, tucks, jfsth^rm stitches In the most perfect and elegant maniMtr. and does not disturb the quiet of any well-recuIaM family with a noise aud racket not to Ik Merit*1! In any orderly neighborhood Sole agency for this machine No. 1*37 Mala street. ?p 7 ? tm P. V.. flimw A i/?T.t. EW MAGHIN E SHOP. 8LOAT A ADDINGTOS, 1418 CARY STREET, NEAR FOURTEENTH, are now prepared to nu?ke all kinds of machine*?; and to repair STEAM-ENGINES, HVDRAl LIC PRESSES, and TOBACCO WORK of all Uc<* either in city or country, as well as PRI NW PRESSES. TELEGRAPH INSTRUMENTS.*" We have also fitted up to repair all kinds of ?**; ING MACHINES, aDd to furnish all parti standard sewing machines now in use ami put t-* late Improvements on the sLOAT ELLIPTIC WHEELER * WILSi/N MACHINES. Ai??? on hand for sale the BLOAT ELLIPTIC SE V> I>t> MACHINE, both new aud second-hand. We are the exclusive agents for auppljls^"* JUDSGN'S PATENT GOVERNOR VATA&s^ well as the celt- brated HELDKN 8TKAM-ENtilsE PACKING, a uswaud valuable article. GEORGE B. SLOAT. A- JACKSON ADDINOTOX se JS? 1m 1418 Cary stroet, near Footta**6, BiJtt8 AKP BA1TOW ? jjoLLAR BAV1NQS BANK, BANK OF DEPOSIT AND DISCOUNT INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Deposit your niouoy aud set Interest. sc4 keep idle. OTTTC* COItNXB Mxiv AJTD WALL, NO. U* SECURITY UNDOUBTED. JOHN E. BOSSIEUX. President. TnOMAfl 8. A hmiktkad. Cashlur. STENCIL TOOLS AND H ^ IN DE LLIB LE .? On reoci pt of sixty I will send by mall to any part of the coua^T securely put up In a box, a NAMJC-l'LATK, bnsjj and .ludeillble loA, for MARKING LlSltM1^ Ink I warrant not to fade. trt When ther? Is no itosUxe to paY the price u cents. Apply at C. ftELLKNoT'S Brand. cuttltu: Establlilmient, an II? Jm 1419 M?ln srr^t ^ A~DAY~MAi)~E BY AxNV U>S S10 WITH MY PATENT STENCIL TOOLS. I prepay saiaph* to*. Beware of lufriuxerj. My circulars will wtplaia, Addn?4 a. J- lit. M IT In aprtu|iieA ? "