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THURSDAY OCTOBER 22, 1868. PETERSBURG tETTER. Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. The Market?? Remarks and Quotations Qeaih of William Ji. Boioden. Pktrrsbcrg, October 21, 1868. Sine? our report of last week an improve ment is obflerrable in some departments of trade. The number of country merchants making their purchases here has considera bly increased, and la^ge orders for dry I goods and groceries havo kept our mcr- i chants busier in filling them than they | have been for months. Though the fall reason has been somewhat later than usual in opening, it is believed to be no indica tion of any decline in business. On the con trary, the prospect of a satisfactory fall trade is encouraging. . Cotton continues to arrive in large quan tities from the South, a pood deal of it passing through to northern markets, but a large proportion stopping here. The mar ket is brisk at our quotations, which are a shade higher than they were last week, while the feeling is considerably better. It is of good augury that the price is so well * maintained, considering the panic that per vaded the market last fall, and the decline to some extent which takes place towards the close of every year. The tobacco market continues to be with out animation. The receipts have not im proved, tho new crop ncrt coming iq suffi ciently in the loose 6t8tc to supply the fall ing oil" in the old crop; but now that the attention of planters is withdrawn from the fields, it will bo turned to tho curing of the plant, in order to get it into merchantable condition at the earliest moment. The receipts of loose tobacco in this market are generally very large. "Whatever the re ceipts, however, it is not to be expected that the market will show much increased activity until the manufacturing business is placed on a more settled basis. The receipts of wheat are getting light, and prices remain stationary. If anything, the market is weaker than heretofore. Only the best grades are in demand. ^ v Flour is dull as well as wheat, with con siderable stock on hand. Corn is scarce and in demand. The sup plj' of the old crop is running low, though the new is beginning to come in quite freely. 'liie new crop of peanuts is beginning to come in, but it is yet too early for them to be well cured. Tho product is reported to be beyond that of former years, a larger breadth of land having been planted, and the season unusually favorable to the growth. At anything like present prices, few crops are cultivated to greater profit. "We give the following quotations : Tobacco. ? Working, medium bright lugs, $0 to $11 ; bright, $12 to $13. Wrappers, medium bright, $15 to $20 ; fancy bright, 825 to $50. Shipping, lugs, $0 to $8 ; good, $12 to $1G; medium leaf (dull), $10 to $12. Cotton.? Choice selections at 2334'to 21c. Wheat. ? Prime white, $2.50 to $2.55 ; prime red, $2.30 to $2.35 ; damp and poor samples, $1.50 to $2. Flour. ? Fine, $9.50 to $10; superfine, $11.50 to $12 ; extra, $12.50 to $13 ; family (none in market) nominal at $14 to $14.50. Corn. ? White, $1.35 ; mixed, $1.33; yel low, $1.33. Bacon. ? Virginia hog-round, 21 to 22c. ; shoulders, 16 to 17c.; sides, 20 to 22c. ; hams, 22 to 21c. ; western shoulders, 15 to 16c. ; sides, 17 to ISc. ; sugar-cured hams, 20 to 22c. Lard. ? Virginia, 20 to 22c. ; western, in barrels, 21 to 22c: ; refined, in tubs, IS to 20c. Fish. ? North Carolina clipped herrings, $10.50 to $11 ; gross, $8.50 to $9 ; roe, $10 to $10.50; roe, in half barrels, $5 to $<} ; mess sliad, $12 to $14 ; eastern gross, $U.23 ; . J"'* , $6.50; Labrador, $(>'.75. j 11 i"1' r*"tu " nPPlefi> ?'1-50; dried , 8 to J hnrries, 8 to 10<;.J i)c. ; peaches, 14 to lbc. , ... ifRTP..i-/ liutter. ? Good country, 35 to luo. ; com mon, 33 to 35c. ; Goshen, 45 to 50c. Potatoes. ? Irish, $2.50 per barrel ; sweet, $2.50. Meal. ? $1 .35. Oats. ? 55 to 60c. Rye. ? $1.45 to $1.47. Navy Beans. ? $3. Peas. ? Stock, $2 ; black-eye, $2.25. Ground Peas. ? $2.50 to $3. Flaxseed. ? $2.40. Clover Seed. ? $9.50. Hides. ? Dried, 14 to ICc. ; green, 10 to 12c. Beeswax. ? 38c. "William It. llowden, a prominent and estimable citizen of Prince George, died yesterday at his residence in that county. S. Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. StntcCoiiucil FriemlM of Temperance. Staunton, Va., October 20, 18(58. The State Council Friends of Tempe rance assembled this evening in Tempe rance liall at 7 o'clock, president A. P. Abell in the chair. Aseociates Bruce, of Waynesboro', and Secretary Wellons, of Suffolk, took their places in the Council. Thirty-six delegates were present, reprc Kenting thirteen Councils. Thirty-four Councils were not represented. The report of the president was then read. The secretary's report will be received to-mor row. The best feeling prevails among the members of tho Council, who represent a steady increase in numbers and a growing interest in the cause throughout the State. The delegates are hospitably entertained in good Old Virginia style by the citizens of Staunton. Council No. 11. Kor the Dispatch. Petersburg, Va., October 20, 18C8. Messrs. Editors, ? You will please accept my thanks for inserting my short letter. My views may be so primitive that I may be considered an old fogy ; but I feel sure that it would be well for our State if my views were enforced by punitive legislation. I make that remark for the purpose, among others, of correcting the misprint that makes me say " primitive " in place of punitive laws. I am glad that you agree with me in part, although you do not endorse my state ments and arguments about immigration from the old monarchies of Europe. It has often before been the misfortune of our country, in the results, that the press of Virginia would not espouse and oppose men and measures (1 might mention) as at the first blush J suggested would be best for us. Very long would be the list of such I might remind you of. 1 would have elected Douglas, but the people, doluded by lead ers, would not. 1 would have suffered the Missouri Compromise to stand, when, twenty years alter the line was established, the South would insist on obliterating it. I would not have insisted on the right to carry slaves into tho Territories ? the merest abstraction, especially when cou pled with the concession that the dominant majority there, when they came to form a State Government for admission into the Union, might enforce its expulsion. As Senator Collamer, of Vermont, said, with such views we could never have another felave State. Nor was that all ; the conces sion completely undermined the right of property, and expelled from our system the indispensable principle of all and ?very method of valuable government, which is the protection of minorities? tho majority always being able to protect itself. But the South, in all its able press, did not then, as now they do not, agree with me. The very much more I might, write of the same sort would fill large volumes. The consola tion I enjoy, melancholy as it is, repays me for all the want of popularity, under the weight of which my views were left in % the rear of counsels .'that liaye brought the end that we do not, 16ok on Hrith any de light. That consolation is that the preva lence of my views might have brought in a better condition of affairs than that now existing. When wo shall ha*e a redundant foreign population brought in by vigorous effort to get it, and less gently And [safely than natural causes will induce it, the jade that will be galled must winco, but my withers shall be unwrung. I am your obedient servant, R. It. Collier. The Late EakthquakeJTjirows Islands op Pi'KK Gems -kbom the Bed ok thk Pa cific? The Most Remarkable Statement of thk A ok. ? To the Editor of the St. Louis Times, ? One of the most extraordi nary stories ever read or written has since a late hour last night been gaining ground in certain quiet quarters of the' city. It will be remembered that the lato catastro phe in South America occurred simultane ously with the extraordinary eclipse of the sun, which astronomers affirm baa not oc curred before for two thousand years, and will not occur again for two thousand years to come. The substance of a letter from a sca-cap- 1 tain, as it has reached us, is mainly as fol- I lows : When nearly half way on. the voy age, and at the time the earthquake took place, a fearful phenomenon presented itself. The ocean became convulsed to its mightiest depths, and a terrible wave was swept along so high that, as the captain humorously said, he thought it wonld have landed him in the city of Quito. Just before sunrise a sight of magnifi cence, such as no human eye has ever rest ed on, met his gaze. It was no less than a group of islands formed of huge masses of solid diamond of every color, and, in some places, of the purest brilliancy, cast up by the earthquake. ? ; They sailed among the group the entire day, and found it to consist, on a rough calculation, at from twelve to twenty in number; but the exact number or their relative size there was no time to ascer tain. They consist of large, white flint rocks of crystallized shape ? some places nearly transparent ? which rise to a height of about 150 feet from the water. Thick layers of various metals are embedded into them, and the diamonds form thick layers beside these latter. This is the general formation ; but some of the smaller islands are composed nearly altogether of diamond, in which the emerald prevails. There are agate, opaque, topaz, ruby, and indeed dia monds of every hue ; but one island, which he describes as being almost seventy miles long by fifteen wide, consists of an entirely pure emerald without any admixture of foreign substance. [That will do for one day. Munchausen is evidently not dead yet.] Another IIorrirle Reisel Outrage. ? Some of the outrages daily coming under our notice are altogether too brutal to be tolerated. Any one so atrociously barba rous as the following deserves to receive the condemnation of all respectable men, no matter where residing or of what shade of political opinion. We think Inspector Uhr richly deserves removal from office, if not a punishment more severely marked. We quote our exchange, This Week : " The police, under Inspector Uhr, went out and (I am informed) succeeded in shooting upwards of thirty blacks. Soon after this day's shooting, it appears that a report came to the police that a Mr. Can non had been killed by a black ; where upon, we are informed, Mr. Uhr went oil immediately in that direction, and his suc cess, I hear, was complete. One mob of fourteen he rounded up, another mob of nine, and a last one of eight, he succeeded with his police in shooting. In the latter lot there was one black who would not die alter receiving eighteen or twenty bullets, but a deputy speedily put an end to hiB ex istence by smashing his skull. " We hope the Radical papers at the North will not give this lamentable occurrencc too much prominence for two good reagA5>*-f It is not only universally deprecated '^'^ut^eSouth, but its repetition can 3?iiy serve to inflame Radical passion still further against the so-called southern re bels to useless extent, the evil results ac cruing from which may not be palliated by the fact that the incident as related in This Week occurred in Australia; aud was origi nally published in the Melbourne Argus , being an actual account descriptive of the policy adopted by the people of that coun try to rid themselves of the native colored race, while we propose elevating it to power. New Orleans Times , October 1G. Old Proverbs. ? Cheer up, man ; God is still where he was. God is ut the end when we think He is furthest off. He counts very unskilfully who leaves God out of his reckoning. God's mill grinds slow but sure. God is always opening His hands to us. God has often a great share in a little house, and but little share in a great one. God comes to see U6, or to look upon us, without a bell. Prayer brings down the first blessing and praise the second. The worst of crosses is never to have had any. Begin your web, and God will supply you with thread. At the end of life La Gloria is sung. Fly the pleasure that will bite to-mor row. The devil tempts others ; an idle man tempts the devil. Always refuse the advice which passion gives. , He who will stop every man's mouth must have a great deal of meal. In silence there is many a good moral. 'Tis a bad house that has not an old man in it. Welcome is the best cheer. The child saith nothing but what is heard at the fireside. When children are little they make their parents' ? heads ache, and. when they are grown up they make their hearts ache. Timo is the rider that breaks youth. No man's head aches while he comforts another. ? , . Sayikgs from Madam k Swetchine. ? We are always looking into the future, but we see only the past. The courage with which we have met past dangers is often our best security in the present. Real sorrow is almost as difficult to dis cover as real poverty. An instinctive deli cacy hides the rays of the one and the wounds of the other. He who has never denied himself for the sake of giving has but glanced at the joyB of charity. We owe our superfluity, and to be happy in the performance of our duty wo muBt exceed it. Let us ever exceed our appointed duties, and keep within our lawful pleasures. We expect everything, and we are pre pared for nothing. v' V . There are not good things enough in life to indemnify us for the ueglcct of a single duty. We are rich only through what we give, and poor only through what we refuse. There is a transcondant power in exam ple. We reform others unconsciously when we walk uprightly. The inventory of my faith for this lower world is soon made out. I believe in Him who made it. Situations are like skeins of thread. To make the most of them we need only to take them by the right end. We deceive ourselves when wo fancy that only weakness needs support. Strength needs it far more. A straw or a feather sustains itself long in the air. Liberty has no actual rights, which are not grateful upon justice. Her principal duty is to defend it. A Trick upon a Traveller? The Terri ble Result of ? Small Practical Joke. From the Toledo Blade. On Friday morning last a gentleman employed as a travelling salesman for a New York house, whose family resides in an interior town of this State, stopped, oe many do, weary and travel-stained, at a hotel in this city. He arrived on the 8:30 train from Detroit, having come from some point far to the westward that day, and, tired, weary, dusty, sore, fatigued, and dis gusted, registered his name, had a room assigned him, and proceeding thereto, sought to repose in the quiet arms of Mor pheus, dreaming, if he dreamed at all, of the trade he should drive with the thrifty merchants of the Corn City on the morrow. A merchant of this city, who was a pa tron of the house to which this particular traveller belongs, happened to be in the hotel that evening at about 9 o'clock, and his eye falling upon the register it alighted upon this particular name. Unfortunate look ! Unhappy circumstance ! For this merchant was of a jocose turn of mind ? a wag, a joker ? one of those men who do all sorts of absurd things hoping that amuse ment of some kind will follow. He did an absurd thing to the name, though the occur rences that followed were anything but amusing. What did he do ? Why he seized a pen, and in the same handwriting as near as possible he added to the name of the commercial traveller up stairs the words, " and lady." Two small words ; but things are often productive of great results. It is said a dispute about a hog-trough set in motion the succession of events that made Martin Van Buren Presid ent, and it is a well known fact that a well-bucket caused one of the largest and bloodiest wars that ever afllicted Europe. These two wordB ? " and I lady " ? added to the name of a sleeping commercial traveller, was the occasion of an unpleasantness not as terrible to hu manity in general as war, but quite as die- 1 agreeable to this one member of the human family. For, as the fates would have it, a brother in-law of this commercial traveller, the only brother of the idolized wife of his bosom ? also a traveller for a New York house ? had been that very morning at his (the^ first commercial traveller's) house in the interior, where he had seen his sister. Anxious to see her husband, he had ascer tained that he would probably be at Toledo that night, and as fast as steam could carry him he sped hither, arriving on the 11:30 P. M. train of the Cincinnati and Toledo railroad. Ife went to one hotel and then to another, and finally struck the right one. He looked at the register, he saw the name, and he Eaw, alas ! the added words, " and lady !? ? And lady ?" What lady ? Not the lady who had a right to travel with him, for that lady ? his sister ? he left at her home in the pleasant interior town that morning, and as she did not come with him, it was morally impossible that it could be she. The brother-in-law knew all about it at once, and being a big ger man than the wretch who was thus shamefully abusing the confidence reposed in him, he determined to surprise him in his sin, and with his good right hand, or rather both hands, ahd feet if need be, to chastise him. Boiling with rage, he mounted the stairs, and without waiting to announce his presence by the regular knock, he applied his foot to the door, which, unable to stand the pressure, as J. N. has it, yielded. In he went, and the sleeping traveller awoke to find himself in the embrace of a strong and angry man. The commercial traveller was somewhat astonished, as may be supposed. He had no time to think ; he was assailed so fero ciously as to leave no doubt that the assail ant meant to take his life. He resisted. Though small, he is a remarbly active man, and not at all cowardly, and he sailed in. The fight was rather a pretty one. Now one was on top and now the other. Now the commercial traveller was under, and anon the brother-in-law had the 005?^^ cial traveller's ear_bcL?eeC IriTteeto "and , HlC-'commercial traveller was in dustriously tearing away small but savory bits of the brother-in-law's cheek. Chairs were smashed, stands and tables were up set, and groans, and screams, and yells, enough to furnish an ordinary lunatic asy lum proceeded from the room. There never was such a fight, with the exception, perhaps, of the famous free fight in Arkansas, of which it is recorded that an hour after its close a bushel of noses were picked up. Finally the clerk heard the rumpus and proceeded to the room. It was lucky that he did so, for they had each other by the throat with such a vicious grasp that both must have died in a moment more. He tore them apart. " Where is she ?" gasped the brother-in law, spitting out three teeth, which, knocked out, were of no use to him. " She ?" asked the commercial traveller, as well as a man could whose upper lip was split. "Who is she?" " Why, the woman registered with you," muttered the brother-in-law, tearing away a bit of his left ear and chucking it out of the window. It is unnecessary to pursue the subject farther. The pair proceeded to the regis ter ? the signature and the added were ex amined, the cheat was apparent, and har mony was restored. The parties left on Saturday morning for the home of the com mercial traveller, where they will tarry awhile till nature repairs damages. The practical joker was made acquainted with the result of his effort. He will not repeat it very soon. The Queue a Badge of Servitude. ? A female missionary in China -writes that the long plait of hair spliced with silk cord hanging down the back of the Chinese is a token of vassalage to the Manchurians, the real masters of China. She says that this race were as distinct from the Chinese as the Jews from the Gentiles, considering themselves a superior people, and dwelt apart from the inferior race. ? Religious Herald. A remarkable case of resuscitation from drowning was that of John Crowley, a boy of seven, who fell into the water at Boston last week, and was restored to conscious ness after two hours of unremitted atten tion. Hot blankets and artificial respira tion were the means used to restore him to life. J. W. Jones, of Westbrook, Me., has packed no less than 1,600,000 cans of green corn this year. He has employed over 700 hands, not to mention huskers, and has had 1,500 acres of sweet corn under culti vation. This business, now so laTge, was quite unknown but a few years ago. BOOKS AND STATlOMiaiY. JgRIGHTLY'S DIGEST,' &c. RANDOLPH & ENGLISH have received BRIGHTLY'S DIGEST OF FEDERAL DECI SIONS, 1789 to 1808 ; BUMP'S PRACTICK IN BANKRUPTCY, WHARTON'S CRIMINAL LAW ? 3 vols. ; BENJAMIN ON SALES OF PERSONAL PRO PERTY, All the BANKRUTT BLANKS, Ac. oc 14 applying to J. W. DENNIfc, agent, at J. Wall Turner's bookstore, 1114 Main street. Also, the LIFE, LETTERS AND SPEECHES OF HON. A. H. STEPHENS. By Chanlaw. oc 18 E W BOOKS. Mace. For aale by auio FOBBEWT. 'OR RENT.? A small family would* -- ?- In Mini bOUSe IB ra luurouftu ir|?u. ..... _ and modern convenience*. Apply to W. B. ROBINS. 1003 Main street, oc J2 ? It corner of Tenth. FOR RENT, TTlATMOSTl)ESrEA BLB BRICK RESIDENCE situated on the south side of Clay street second door above Adams (now In the occupancy of Mr. D. M. Mll ?er), containing about ten rooms ; kitchen with four rooms, lock-rooms, bath-room, stable, ?c. Gas throughout the house, with both city water and a well of /rood water In the yard. There are some choice frnlt trees In th? garden, and the yard Is han'teomelv decorated with evergreens. TLls Is bevond a doubt one of the hest-airan Red residences la the cP-y. Any person rentiug can purchase the curtains to the narlor windows, and also the par lor carpet (which Is new). 8. N. DA. VIS, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, 11 ? 4t Eleventh and M nln streets. P)R RENT, A VERY DESIRABLE#* RESIDE NCE on Seventh street opposlte-SSl R. A. Lancaster's, containing ten rooms, furnish ed with gas and water. Possession given at once. Apply to or. 21 DAXDmnOE & ANDERSON. FOR RENT, THREE ROOMS, on g* second floor, over the store now occnnledflSa by A. A. Allen, on Main below Thirteenth street, next below J. H. T>ler A Co., formerly occupied as offices by the Midlothian Coal Mining Company, immediate possession given. JAMES M. TAYLOR A SON, oc 21 ? tt Auctioneers. F OR RENT, TWO VERY NEAT4? JL AND CONVENIENT TENEMENTS, inJO good order, containing four rooms, with store-room and closet*, on ' berry street near Hollywood. Pos session can be had at once. To good tenants the rent will be low. For terms^applj^ ^ ^ No. llfl, corner of Sixth and Cana! streets. oc20-3:* FOR RENT, a very desirable DWELL ING on the west side of First between] Marshall and Clay streets containing seven rooms with kitchen, etc. ; city gas and water on the pre mises. 8. N. DAVIS, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, oc 20? 3t Eleventh and Main streets. STORE AND DWELLING FORjft RENT, on Broad between Fourth andjSal Fifth streets, lately occupied by Mrs. Judklns as a millinery store. It has four rooms upstairs and ample kitchen accommo 'ation. A pply to R. B. 80MERVILLE, oc 10 ? 6t Twelfth street near Cary. FOR RENT, that most eligibly and delightfully located RESIDENCE*-* situated on the corner of Broad and Eleventh streets, recently occnpled by Mr. P. M. Tabb, .Jr. (who has removed to his firm In Henrico county), containing about fourteen rooms, with large halls and passages ; gas, water-closet, and bath-room In the house; there are lour large room*? one a di ning-room sixteen by twenty feet, on the first or basement floor, besides the pantry and hall : on the second floor, two large parlors about sixteen by twenty feet each, with modern marble mantel pieces and grates, and sliding doors, water-closet and Urge bath-rooms, passage and halls; on the third floor are three chambers, the front chamber having a convenient-sized dressing closet ; on the fourth floor are two good rooms and three closets : there are also two good out-cliambers for ser vants, with entrance from the rear yard. There is no more desirable framed building in the city, the framtngbelngof heart-oak and doubl*. boarded and floored. The premises have recently been thoroughly repaired, parlors repapered, and paln'ed out and Id. Possession can be had once. Apply to P. M. Tabb, Jr., at the house for a few days, or to E. D. EACHO, oc 17? lw Real Estate Agent and A uctloneer. FOR RENT, a new BRICK HOUSE, ?j* on the north corner of Twelfth and Mar-Isiii shall streets. The house lins twelve rooms ; 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 b ods in the city of Richmond. Apply at the corner of Eleventh and Marshall streets, JNo. 401. OC 14? lw* F~~0R~RENT, a desirable DWELL-** ING HOUSE, containing twelve rooms, JEM supplied with gas and water ; kitchen, stable, car riage house, a very large garden, Ac. ; premises In excellentorder, and situated on the corner of Clay and Monroe streets. For terms apply to SAMUEL H. PlLLIAM, office Mutual Assurance Society, oc 18? 2w* corner Tenth and Hank . streets. JpOR RENT, the TOBACCO FACT0-J RIBS occupied at the present time bvJ Thomas C. Williams A Co.; situated on south side Main between '1 wenty-seventh and Twenty -eighth streets. Possession given on the lirstof January, 1SS9. For terms, apply to THOMAS J. HABDGROVE, oc 15? lm at factory. DBUGS, BfEDigjiES, &c. NO QUACKERY!? TO THE AF FLICTED T. R. BASS'S COUGH SYRUP, a certain cure for Consumption, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Colds, Coughs, Asthma. Chronic Irri tations of the Thro >t and Lung*, and all Diseases of the Bronchial Tubes arising from exposure.^' The original j >rt-sr me by Professor Carter P. Johnson, and Its efficiency :i> a valuable expectorant is confidently recommended by Dr. J. A. Mayo. "Tills COUGH 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 testimo nials of its cures 1 have in my possession, which leave no doubt on my mlud that it Is adapted to aiJ cases of lung affections. The certificate of Dr. Mayo Is appended : T. R. Bosk: Dear Sir.? The prescription made for von by Dr. C. P. Johnson certainly combines the hest material as an expectorant 1 have ever used in my practice. In all cases ofcolds, coughs, bronchial Irritations? even cases decidedly phthisi cal? have been cured or greatly benefited, i know of nothing I could more confidently recommend from actual experience. .J OS. A. MAYO, M. D. None genuine without my signature. Price, $1 per bottle. T. K. BASS, Richmond, Va. For sale by Messrs. Purcell, Lad 1 A Co., L B. Thomas A Co., v. A. Strecker. Wood & Son. J. H. Oblldrey A Co., and Robert Lecky, Church Hill, oc 21? Jm ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS WATER This Invaluable mineral water, recently bottled. Is now In course of shipment to the houses named below. As a remedial agent in many depraved conditions of the system, and in some of the worst chronic ailments. It! stands unrivalled, and thl- ! after at least FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE of its virtues. In all SCROFULOUS TAINTS OF THE BLOOD, IN SKIN DISEASES, IN BRONCHITIS CHRONIC DIARRHOEA and DYSENTERY, DYSPEPSIA, 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 heallngqualitles. Cases of one dozen half-gallons, $10. Cases of one dozen on arts. The MASS OR SALTS of the water put up in and $4-vlals. For sale by PURCELL, LADD & CO., Richmond; A. B. Rucker, Lynchburg ; M. A. & C. A. Santos. Norfolk; Rives Jc Proctor, Petersburg; C. M Flynn, Danville; George M. Mclntire, Charlcttes vi Ue. oc 8? d & wlm Tobacco antidote.? a freeh Buppiy of the TOBACCO ANTIDOT15 Just received by JOHN W. R1SON, Apothecary and I >riigjrlst, oc 13 Mala and 1 hlrd st:<jt:ts. COD-LIVER OIL.? Fresh COD-LIVER OIL Just received by JOHN W. RISON, Apothpearv and Drngplst, oc 13 Main and Third btreois. J>URE COD-LIVER OIL, IMPORTED DIRECT BY OURSELVES, and guaranteed to be made from FRESH AND IIEALTIIY LIVERS. For sale by the GALLON OR BOTTLE. MEADE <fc BAKER, Pharmaceutists, oc 8 919 Main street. ST.? 18(50? X.? DRAKE'S PLANTA ? TION BITTERS?A. fresh supply of this celebrated BITTERN receive-!, for saie bv A. BODEKER & BROTHER. oc 7 ? Druggists. STAFFORD'S OLIVE TAR ANdTor" REST'S CEDAR TAR f->r sa]r by A. BODEKER <fc BROTHER, oc 7 Druggists. HORSES AJXp mJLES. O" N HAND AND FOR SALE AK'^' A No. l LOT OK MULES and*?*^ HoitSJKS, broke and unbrokc, suitable fbr all purposes, on my usual ai-onjnmo-?2l?aifal? da'iocr lerms. Also, fo'r my old customers, several SPLE^DIDTWOand POUR-HORSE WAGONS, of my own manufacture, ready for delivery, oc 22? tyr* B. W. GREEN. ULES AND HORSES.? I have /^Z now on hand twenty-four yonnjr and^lsS^A. well-broke MULES and four line MARES, all or any of which I will pell very low, and on a credit of three or foil* months, to close out the lot. Apply at Virginia Stables. oc 1? JAM ES C. JOHNSON. PECIAL NOTICE.? JU8T AR El BIVED and for sale at tne EX CHANGE LIVERY AND SALE BTA - n _ BLES, Franklin street, ONE HUNDRED iWf YOUNG MULES. FIFTY WELL-BROKE MULES, and TWENTY YOUNG MAKES. suita ble for farming purposes ; all of which will be sold at reduced prlcp? and on the most accommodating terms. [? ?] JOHN R. DAVIS. Gr ET YOUR SIGN-WORK PAINTED BY MONTAGUE, No. 8 soutii Tenth btrkkj. [or. 7?1 ni] TT AIR. ?500 bushels PLASTERERS' JLX HAIR for sale by HULST ft KING oc 7 lta Main street. auctiow SAWES. ni ByD. Gathrlcht, Auctioneer, 1423 Main street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth. I WILL SELL AT" MY STORE ON THTTRSD KY the 2td Infant, at 10 o'clock. tf^rr?w.HOLD and KITCHEN FURNITUBE. SUCh M .TENANT T.TND. COTTAGE, and other BEDSTEADS; Sc BUREAUS. WARDROBES, TABLES, CHAIRS. ROCKER?, SOFAS. Fine FE ATHER REDS, PILLOWS. BLANKETS, SHEETS, AO. ALSO. COOKING and other STOVES, CROCKERY. GLASSWARE. Ac. ; besides a large Invoice of CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES. DRY GOODS, CLOTHS NOTIONS, AO. oc 22 E. GATHRIGHT. Auctioneer. By Francis T. Isbell, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. FOR SALE AT AUCTION, THREE va luable LITTLE FARMS. ABOUT ONF VfTLE FROM THE EASTERN TERMINUS OF THE MECHANTCSVILLE TURNPIKE. IN THE COUNTY OF HANOVER. AND ABOUT SEVEN MILES EAST OF RICHMOND? On THUKS DAY the 22d of October, 188S, 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 : L A FARM, well enclosed with a substantial fence containing about FIFTY-THREE ACRES on which there I? a large and commodious dwell ing-house. brick basement, containing ten poor! rooms ; besides, closets, frame kitchen of three rooms, barn, stable, icehouse, .fee.; all in jrood or der. ' n the farm there are about 100 fruit-trees of the most choice kind of apple, pe ich. plum, cherry, quince, and pear. The land Is In a high state of j Improvement, having been within the past two ' vears heavily manured : is admirably adapted to the culture of vegetables of every descript ion ; and Its nearness to the city of Richmond, with a goo>' turnpike road, renders it very valuable for either a market garden or dairy farm. 2. A FARM about one mile dlsi ant from the one above named, containing about SEVENTY \CRES, with a large front on the Pole Green road. 3. A FARM adjacent, to the one last mentioned, containing above SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES, also with a large front on Pole Green road. Thpre * re about seventy acres of the two last menMoned tracts heavily wooded wlili original growth. Th(,re Is a church near the above farms, and the neighborhood is unexceptionable * plat of the above farms m-ty be seen at my office In a few days. TERMS : Liberal and made known at sale. FRANCIS T. ISBELL, oc 14 ? ?14. 17. Atdts A uctlonec. By James M. Taylor A Son, Auctioneers, Office No. 821 Main street, three doors below Spotswood Hotel. TRUSTEE'S SALtToF REAL ESTATE IN THF, COUNTY OF CHESTERFIELD. AD'OINING THE TOWN OF MANCHESTER, UEING A PART OF '? FALLS PLANTA TION," CONTAINING SIXTY ACKES, AT AUCTION.? By vlrtro of a deed of trust made on the 2/d day of January. 1861, to the subscriber, from D. F. Ward, recorded in the clerk's office of the County Court of Chesterfield to secure the payment of certain negotiable notes and bonds therein mentioned, with Interest thereon, and de fault having been made In the payment of a por tion of said negotiable notes aiul bonds, and at the request of the benetlclary in said deed, and In ac cordance with the terms thereof, I will offer for $alc 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, firing a trft of land containing ab^ut SIXTY ACRES with th*> improvements thereon, bounded on the east by the lands formerly owned by the late Henrv T. Drewrv. on the west by the Rl- hiiiond and Petersburg turnpike, and on the north bv the lands owned by Dr. M?rx. anil Is a part of "section marked A on the plat of the "Falls Plantation." Tjchms : Whilst the deed requires all In cash bv i ho consent of the benetlclary In said deed I shall require one-quarter cash : balance on a credit oi 'ix, twelve, elshteen. and twenty-four months, negotiable notes. Interest adde '. secured by a deed of trust. JOHN B. YOUNG, Trustee. James M. Tay.'.oii A ifON, Auctioneers. oc2l By E. A. J. Clopton, Feai Estate Agent and Auctioneer, Tenth between Main and Bank streets. TRUSTEE'S SALtT OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, OIL JUT TING, MIRRORS. PLATED WA HE. Jkc.. FOR SALE AT AUCTION By virtue of a deed of trust executed to me, bearing date the 16'h day of April. l*iw. mid of record In the Clerk's ofllee of the ? :ourt of Hoistings for the e ty of Richmond ??> deed-book No. M tf.page No. 703.1 -shaii proceed to sell at public Suction, on the premises, on the -I'.ttfih Sioc of F; anklln between Fourteenth and (fif teenth streets, on THURSDAY , 22d day of October, isfis, .-it 10 o'clock A. M., the following described J property, consist In# of l JENNY LIND BEDSTEAD and BEDDING, I very superior WALNUT WARDROBE, t vers- superior MARBLE-TOP CABINET, I very superior WASH -TAND, 8 very superior HAIR-CLOTH BOTTOM CHAIRS I very superior VELVET BASY CHAIR, I very superior ROCKING CHAIR, balr-doth bot tom ; 1 very superior MAHOGANY W ARDROBE, 2 very superior COTXaGE BEDSTEADS and BEDDING, 2 dozen superior CANE SEAT and other CHAIRS, l MAHOGANY SOFA. t very superior WALNUT MARBLE-TOP SIDE BOARD, 1 very superior MARBLE-TOP CENTRE-TA BLE. 2 very superior WALNUT EXTENSION TA BLES, 2 very elegant TIER GLASSES, 2 small L? JOKING GL \S>.KS, ?1 CHAMBER CABINETS. PLATED and SILVER WARE. IVORY-H ANDLE K VIVES (plated) and FORKS, Good assortment of CHINA and GLASSWARE, FINE COOKING STOVE, OIL PAINTINGS, Large number of FVNCY ARTICLE?, BRUSSELS CARPETS, CHAMBER MAT1INO, OIL CLOTHS, 1 LOUNGE. 1 verv superior BOOK-CASE and WRITING DESK. SAMUEL W. HARWOOD, oc 13 Trustee. By Lyne & Brother, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 1439 Main street. Beautiful ne w" and desirable COTTAGE HOUSE, ON NORTH SIDE OF MARSHALL BETWEEN TWENTY-NINTH AND THIRTIETH STREETS, WITH FOUK ROOMS op GOOD SIZE AND HALLS RUN NING THROUGH THE HOUSE. FOR SALE AT AUCTION. ? At the request of the owner we will sell on THURSDAY NEXT the 22d day of October, is 63, upon the premises, at half-past 4 o'clock P. M.. that neat and convenient 002 T AGE described above, having been Just built, and is now in perfect repair. The LOT is 60x165 feet, to an alley twenty feet wide. TBBM8 : At sale. LYNE & BROTHER, oc 19 Auction# ers. By W. K. Smith, Auctioneer, No. 1434 Main street. T WILL SELL AT MY STORE, Nq. 1434 X Main street, on THURSDAY the 22d instant, at 10 o'clock A. M., a large assortment of FURNI TURE. Ac., consisting of Bedsteads, new and second-hand Mattresses. Tables. Bure?us, Sofas, Lounges, Wood and Cane-^ent < hairs. Wardrobes, Cooking Stoves, Ofllee and Parlor Stoves, a large lot of Crockery, and a great ninny articles too numerous to mention, llie above goods will be sold without reserve, as the parties to whom they belong Intend to leave the city. oc 2t? 21* W. K. SMITH. Auctioneer. T~0 CAPITA LISTS? CHRISTIANS VILLE FOR SALE. -This lovely and desira ble place, the former residence of R. C. Puryear, deceased, In the county of Mecklenburg, Va., will be offered for sale to the highest bidder, on the premises, on THURSDAY the 22 d of October. Number of acres, about ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED. The Improvements are costly and extensive, embracing several dwell ings ; one of them large and commodious, contain ing ten rooms convecbntly arranged. The build ings are all well painted and in good repair. Among them may be enumerated : A tine STOREHOUSE two stories hieh. a BRICK KITCHEN. BRICK SMITHS' SHOP, CAR RIAGE SHOP. COOPER SHOP. DOCTOR'S OF FICE. SHOE SHOP, a LARGE TAVERN HOUSE, an Immense number of STABLES ami CABINS, and. In fact, every kind of bouse neces sary for the comfort of several families. It has on it a newly-established TAN-YARD, withal! fixtures complete : a Urge APPLE AVI) I'EACn ORCHARD, and the BEST GARDEN IN THE STATE. The laud Is well watered, and well adapted to the growth or corn, wheat, oats, and tobacco. This place is a little village of Itself, and its name would Indicate the character of the population. Here, now, is an opening for a merchant a tc?ch ?r. a doctor, a mechanic, a tanner, a farmer ? a whole colon v nf von. Tzr.MS : Made' known on davof sale. Judgment creditors of B. C. Purvear are request ed to attend. A. G. JEFFRESS. ) R. R. PURYEAR, > Executors. R. C. PURVEAR,) oc 17_dtds 9 BANKS AMD JBAWKERS. j^OLLAR SAVINGS BANK. BANK 07 DEPOSIT AND DISCOUNT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Dcpoalt your money and cet Interest. Do not kbcp Idle. Office couher Main aotd Wall, No. "oo. SECURITY UNDOUBTED. JOHN E. BOaSlEUX, Prceldcnt. TnOMAB 8. AEMIRTBAD, c?3hier. Jy'l*~?ra Richmond granite company.? We are prepared to furnish the very best quality GRANITrL, chewed or undresse'l, in aay quantity. We will also build all klmls of GRAN ITE W ORK at short notice. Special atieution given to rou?h or dressed WALL WORK, CEME TERY WORK, Ac., and all material furnished. OHloe corner ox Caual und Seventh streets. GEORGi BLUM E NTH A L, OC 13? 3iu Superintendent. AUCTION 9AOS8. By Thomas W. Koesee, Auctioneer, Office No. H17 Main street. ASSIGNEE'S SALE!? By ; virtue of a decree of the United States District Court for the district of Virginia In the en?e of H?*nry BxalL bankrupt. dated October It, 1W8. 1 sh?U, as asptjrnee of said bankrupt, on SATURDAY, Octo ber 21 1??8, at 1 o'clock P. M.,at the shop of 8 T. Perklnson brand cutter, on Twelfth street below Wain a Tew doors, sell at public auction, to the h'ghest Mdder, for cash the SHOP A ND SHED on Twelfth street, now occupied bv said 8. T. Fer kln^on, brand-cutter. etc. Also, at the same time an'^place, a lot of Tools for quarnrlng and other purposes : a Bellows, An vil. and Small Engine, a lot of valuable Calcined Cement. 1 ocks, a Vault Poor, Work Bench, two or three old Tron Hares, and a lot of old Iron. A lso. at the Hnme time and place, the lot of valu able SANOSTON K now Ijing ou the vacant lot In rear of Exchange Bank. JOHN JOHNS JR , Assignee of Henry Exall, bankrupt. T. W. KKEskb. Auctioneer. oc22 By Lyne Sc. Brother, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, 1439 Main street. SALE OF VALUABLE COAL OFFICE, FIXTURES. GOOD-WILL, ETC , AT AUC TION.? We will sell, at. the request of the owner %t public auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY the 53d day of October, MM, at 4} o'clock, at the coal-yard formerly occupied by Messr?. Larus A ' herrv, on Dork street between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, the COAL OFFICE. OFFICE FURNITURE, FENCING, STAGING. FLOORING, SCREENS. ? BARROWS. t pair HOWE'S PT. * TFORM SCALES. I laiye LILLTE'S FIRE and BURGLAR-PROOF SAPS', and GOOD- WILL. ALSO, A lot of OAK and PINE WOOD. This 1? Justly considered one of the best and old est-established yards In the city, and parties wish In? to engage in the business would do well to at tend. Terms : At sale. LYNE & BROTHER, oc 22 Auctioneers. Ky Lyne A Brother, Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, No. 1439 Main street. VERY VALUABLE IMPROVED PRO PERTY FRONTINGi ON MAIN AND TWENTY-FIFTH STRF.KTS, CONSISTING OF TWO LARGE AND WELL-BUILT BRK K STORES. WITH DWELLINGS OVER EACH CONTAINING SIX ROOMS, KITCHENS WITH TWO ROOMS, WITH WATER AND GAS THROUGHOUT THE PREMISES, ALL IN O'tDKR. FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-Bv reouest of the owner, we will sell on WEDNESDAY the 28th day of October, i8?g, at 4 o'clock P.M.. the above very desirable and convenient property, *hich Is now rented at good and fair prices. There are culverts running from the property which affords all necessary drainage, Ac. These stores are well suited for the grocery or oth?r hinds of business ; for which they are admi rably adapted. The LOTS front on Main street, flftetn feet each, and run back a good dep'h to an alley. Tkhms : One-fourth cash ; balance at six, twelve, and eighteen months for negotiable notes, Interest added, and secured by a trust deed, oc 23 T.YNK A BROTHER, Auctlrneers. By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. Tiie handsome residence at the SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MAIN AND rHIKI) STREETS FOR SALE AT AUCTION ON TUESDAY, 27Tir OCTOBER. AT 4$ O'CLOCK P. M It has been remodelled and re novated throughout, painted, and papered ; new roof, covered with slate ; Iron verandah ; Iron rail ing In front ; hot ami cold bathfi ; water-closets ; new cooking-range. There are 11 rooms, besides bath-rooms, closets, coal a n ? 1 wood-rooms. The Improvements have been made nnder the di rection of :i gentleman familiar with all the mo dern arrangements Intended for his own residence, and no expense has been spared to make !t com plete In every respect. Such property is rarely offered In the market, and we therefore invite very particular attention to tills sale. The lot is 53xlP4 feet to an alley 3j feet wide. After whleh will be sold the PROPERTY adjoin ing on the east, embracing the school-house occu pied by Mr. David Turie r, witli a lot 35x104 feet to the alley above referred to. Tehjis : At sale. GRUBBS A WILLIAMS, oe 21 Auctioneers. By James M. Taylor A Son, Auctioneers, Office No. 821 Main street, three doors below Spotswood Hotel. A VALUABLE MARKET-G ARTl^ ** WITH TH S IMPROVEM*' ^*?.?]*!? ON, "ON THE MEADOW-RftlDQX ROADNEAR THE CORPORATE LIMITS, NORTH OK THE CITY AN" ONE "if.E FROM THE CAPITAL, ADJOINING THE FARM OF Dll. DEANE A V D OTHERS. FOR SALE AT AUCTION. Will be sold on MONDAY the 28th day of October, 1848, on the premises, at 4 o'clock I'. U? the desl rable residence now occupied by Mr. J. Relnhardt, as above described. The house has six room*! above the basement, and all the usual out-bulldlngs. There are FIF TEEN ACRES OF LAND highly Improved, and Is considered to be one among the best locations for :i market garden In the neighborhood of the city. It bein? about an equal distance from both markets. There Is also a well of fine water on the premises. Tkmms : One-fourUi cash ; balance at four, eight, and twelve months for negotiable notes, In terest added, and secured bva deed of trust. james m. taylor a son, nc 17 Auctioneers. By Wellington Uoddln. Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. The beautiful farm called ?' eRDAR HILL," THREE MILES EAST OF RICHMOND, CONTAINING SEVENTY TWO AND THREE-QUARTER AORES, FOR MALE AT AUCTION At the request of Mr. James R. Ratcliffe I will sell at auction, on the premises, on MONDAY, "ctober 26. 186?, at 4 o'clock P. M., the beautiful farm on which he re sides, called "CEDAR HILL," adjoining the lands of Messrs. James M. Carter, William F. G. Garnett, and Richard C'authom. containing SE VENTY-TWO AND THREE-QUARTER ACRES, of which about sixty acres are open land In fine 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. Tnc location Is a handsome one, and the neighborhood good. The land lies within a qiarter of a mile of the west side of the Mechanlcsville tnrnplke, with an excellent road leading to It from the turnpike. Tkhms : Reasonable, and made known at the hour of sale. Mr. Ratcllffe will lake pleasure in showing the place to those who may call on him. W. GODDIN, oc 18? 2tawlwAdtds Auctioneer. SALE OF VALUABLE IS 1 1 V/XV L O J V A., AA AUV* AV.1 * UV undersigned, of the Bank of Virginia, will sell at auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY the 2Sth instant, at 12 M.. that valuable WHARF PROPERTY at Gosport belonging to the Bank of Virginia. This property Is admirably situated for shlp-bulldlng or a shook and cooperage establishment, supplies of timber and staves being there very abundant. This lot has a front on Crawford street of 242 feet and a front on Elizabeth river of the same number of feet, and a depth of 350 feet. The depth of water is sufficient to float the largest-class vessel in the United States, and there Is a dock on the north and south side. On the lot 13 a large brick dwell lug-house and several wooden tenements. Immediately after the sale of the wharf property, we will sell the BANKING-HOUSE in Portsmouth so long occupied by the Bank of Virginia. Tkhms : One-third cash; balance on a credit of four, eight, and twelve months, Interest added, and secured by a trust deed on the property ; purchaser paying taxes for the present year. D. J. SAUNDERS, ) Trtlal_. oc 10 S. C. TARDY, ] Trustees. SEEDSMEHf, FLORISTS, dHU The Virginia" nursery and wine COMPANY HERMITAGE NURSERIES, Richmond, Va., offer their usual large and well assorted stock ox * 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, I and belaware, ever offered in the State. A full supply of STRAWBERRIES, RASP BERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, CURRANTS, and oth*?r small frult$, constantly on hand: with a tine collection of EVERGREENS and DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, Ac. Catalogues furnished and correspondence In vited. Post-office box 448, Address ALLAN A JOHNSON, se 5 ? Jm General Agepta. ^EEDS. ? We have on hand every variety of CABBAGE SEED for fall sowing. Also, a full supply of our celebrated CURLED KALE, POTATO ONIONS, SHALLOTS, ONION CLOVES, Ac. Also, prime TIMOTHY and other GRASS SEEDS. ALLAN A JOHNSON, au 2 e 15*? Main street. p RASS SEEDS?FIELD SEEDS. 200 bushels PRIME TIMOTHY, IW bushels CLOVER, 1M bushels ORCHARD GRABS, W bushels HERD8GRA8S, So bushels KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS, for sale low. PALMER A TURPIN, au 20__sm Main street. Richmond property for Nor folk PKOPEkTY.? A party h^vinga farm two and a half uilles from Norfolk wants to re move to Richmond. Ho will exchange It for pro perty lu Richmond or a short distance out. It contains ONE HUNDRED A < RES, about thirty of which is ili'srt-rate trucking laud. Addrei* JAMES G. POLLARD, oc 20 ? At Real Estate Agent, Norfolk, \ a. Avonroiv sales. Jf UTUBB OAt/ Kerenth street between Main and Hank, * A "HEAT BRICK COTTAGE Rpgr mon^ok otbketr ATKAm4row0NT^ THE PREMISKH, ON MONDAY ?/*rFP0?r l?1"-. AT HALP-'PAST < o'aWK POKuKli It adjoins the residence of Mr Ro p .^' *~ n?H n^S8' * brirk kltchcn with tbr?-e rpfc* and water on the premises ? rrZZ nr, ri *** S&ifM * 1M oc 21 , GRUBBS 4 WTLLHM8. ? - Auctlonec-r*. By erabb* * WWUms, Auctioneer- ~ Northwest corner of Mala and Eleventh atrteu. Tj^RAME DWELLING WITH ftvf JD ROOMS AND large BTABr ? ,v/i.VE NORTH SIDE OF DUVAL STRttFT* 1 ING THE DTIVAL-STREFT CHUR^h' will sell at auction, on tli* nreni!?L ' DAY the JJd of October, at "o? p w FKI* FRAME DWELLING located a* JhfL ,l M" th? containing- 5 rooms, and now ocen pled Booker. *ihe Jot fronts ? feet 0n n?,^;Vmc4 and runs back 00 feet. Va' Tbrxm : .One-fonrth cash ; the baJ#n?. .? . 1 !i5\ODth9 for negotiable notes, int??t 2JJ. secured by a trust deed. "werest added, ocM GRUBBS A WILLIAMS, ?? ? , ... * <i?Jone?Ts. By Richard/son & Newburn, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 101# Main street, corner Eleventh. "y ALU ABLE LOTFOR SALE AT AUr V TION -We will sell at auction on !h/ ? mfses. on FRIDAY the JJd Instant Jt S o'X^" M., a valuable LOT with a small DWRI r rvr tlu-reon, on St. Peter's street betwor-n ^ Charity street*. s object to a leasehold for th^ years at thirty-five dollars a year. Term 8 : Caslu The above-mentioned property was sold at a?* tlon on i he loth instant to Peter Watson (c.lorwh* . V. having failed to ' comply wlih tlx? term* nV sale, It wLif be sold again, as advert li>e<l at his c.h? RICHARDSON & NEU'BUliV,^ 0C . Amnioneert. By Grobbs A Williams. Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. nPRUSTEE'S SALE" OP A BRICK _* ^fELLING AND LOT, ON SOUTH 8Mr OF MARSHALL STREET JUST BlCYnwii M TO FORD STREET, AT AUCTION.-lJ ?? cation of the provisions of a deed of trust f^m Henry Brockefman and wife to the sub*crfiJ trustee, dated 6th of May 1W, and m"X, ^ Henrico County Court office, belli* tlim^Ti ^lre<5- I will sell at auction, upon thenrend^i Monday, ?b or October. auS S ? ?, fair, if not, then on the next falrdav th?>n>i"f> > the same honr, the DWELLING an.I a: cupied by said Brockelraan si^d .s abo^ ^ has about seven rooms, with stable and n?h?J? sssssr- iiTO- * s**L* rasisasfs 1 he lot is 51x148 feet, to an alley 17 feet wm* Terms : Cash sufficient to d/fray ex 'Z&L ? sale and to pay off a note for *177 from ?th of Miy 1M8 ; balanS 0? known at the time of sale! tras 10 '* Du,k" GBUBB3 ? WILLIAMS, A.^lon^ By Wellington Goddia, Anctloneer and Heal Estate A?enL Three handsome building lots ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BKOADSTRiVt AT ITS JUNCTION WITH THE C?mifr TION RAILROAD. FOIi 8a LE^ AT AUCTIOv" Sa v^i2?it fftTi ^0n* ?an P^m'ws. on FHll DA\ the ^'1 October, 18^3, at 4 o'clock I* \f those three beautiful BUILDING LOTS loc4t?! as above, each rrontln? 10 feet on on the south sWe of Lroad street, running back of lrrejruiar depth to the said line of said railroad. Terms: One-tbird cash: balance at four and eltflit mom lis for nepotlable note/.. Interest .vMm. secured by a trust deed. W. GODD1S, 00 AuctloiH-er. By W'eltlnKtf>n Goddln, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. TRUSTEE'S SALEOF A PORTION OP THAT VALUABLE FAKM CALLED "HICKORY HILL," ON THE BRO"K TI'KV pike TWO and a half mii.ehv north or ? HCK ^OND.? By virtue of a deed < f trust execu. ted by the iate John O. Taylor and wife to Lonin N. Eliett and James Ellett. both now decease*! bearing date 23d of December, 1S54, duly recorded in Henrico County Court. I shall, as executor of Lortln N. Eliett. deceasid, who survived James El iett, the other trustee, proceml to sell at public auc tlon, 011 the premises, on WEDNESDAY the >th of October 18<W, at 4 o'clock P. M., if Talr, if not, U1? first fair day thereafter, that p<?rtlon of the HICKORY HILL ESTATE, of which John 0. Taylor died seized, as fronts on the west side of the Brook tnrnplke, embracing about SEVENTY* FivJK ,AGP??rSwWtU>ounded oil the south by the Baltimore on the foliowt'i> John Goddln, to iwo tracts ot'87J :icres each. acc?rd Iriv? to a plat and survey to be exhibited at the hour of sale. These lots lie beautifully? extending from the tnrnplke back to the lands of Mr. Martin H. Tay lor, with good building sites on each. They are located In the most desirable neighborhood In Hen rico county, and should attract the attention of persons wautlinr country-seats near to the city. Bv consent of parties, the sale will be one-fourth cash; balance at four, el?ht, and twelve mouths for negotiable .iotes, Interest added, secuird bv a trust deed. THOMAS ELLETT, Executor of Loftin N. Eliett, deceased, and tni? tee fx officio. oc D By Wellington Goddln, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. TRUSTEE'S SALE~OF A VALUABLE FA KM OFTHREE HUNDRED ANI) FOKTY AXI) ONE-QUARTKR ACHES, IN HA.VOVKK COUNTY", TEN MILES NORTHEAST OF RICHMOND. NEAR TO ATI-EE'S STATION', ON THE VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD? By virtue of a deed of trust executed to the suli ficrlbf-r by Mr. James M. Carter, dated 4th Octo ber, 1882, duly recorded In Hanover County Oonrt, and In obediecceto a decree of Hnnover Circuit Court pronounced on 3d October, 186*. In the case of Carter against Raglan d, etc., I shall proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, on FKl DAY the 23<i of October. 1868, at 12 o'clock M., if fair, If not, the first fair day thereafter, at the same hour, that VALUABLE FARM located as above, on which Mr. Jaint-s M. Carter now reside*. ralM "LAUREL GROVE." containing THKKK HUNDRED AND VORTV AND ONE-QUA KTKK ACRES OF LAND, of which about half Is open land of excellent q u*l It v, and the balance In ordi nal and secondary grow th of oak and pine. The Improvement on the place consist of a comforta ble dwelling and the usual other buildings? such aa barn, stable, quarters, etc. Tkbms : As to the costs and expenses of wie and the sura of $tf,43L3i with Interest from the 17th of October, lfiaa, one-fourth thereof In cash; bal ance at 6, 13, and 18 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. GODDIN, Trustee. BEAXJraTATE.f^RSALE. By Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneers, Eleventh between Main and Bank streets. Large and ha~nFsome dwelling, WITH ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND, aT CHESTER. CHESTERFIELD COUNTV. FOR SALE PRIVATFLY.? SVeo^r for tale pri vately the large and handsome DWELLING at Chester, now occupied by Dr Hewlett, containing 14 rooms, well stilted for a boaidlnjf school, for which purpose It waa built, or for the accommoda tion of a large family, with kitchen with 4 rooms and all necessary out-bulldlngs. 1 lie situation is handsome, surrounded with beautiful lrult shade trees. The farm contains ONE HUNDKKD ACRES ? 40 cleared and under good cuRivatloc, tlie balance In wood and timber. For terms apply to GRUIJB8 A WILLIAM", oc 20? tteort Re*l Estate Agents. By E. D. Eacho, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. Office No. t Fourteenth street, between Main and Fran kiln. FOR SALE. ? For sale privately a very desirable FRAMED HOUSE eltu-*l atedon the north sl-!e of Broad strett(no* la Ute occupancy of James H. Peay) between Twenty fourtn and Twenty-filth streets. The lot fro?u twenty-five feet on Broad street and runs hack ll? feet. For terms, dtc,, apply to E. D. EACHO, oc SI? lw Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. FOR SALE PRIVATELY, the FRAME HOPSE and LOT on corner of. Eighteenth and Grace strteta, containing seven rooms. Also, the BRICK HOUSE on same Jot. containing seven rooms. Also, the HOUSE apd LOT on ifr&nklln str**;t. adjoining Jla>onlc Hall five rooms and brick kitchen ; forty-eight M front ; eighty feet back, inquire of OcW-Jt* J. W. SATTER WHITE. REAL, ESTATE AGENT*. rnaxK d. hill. zd. c. uowm>'. Hill & goddin, REAL ESTATE AuE.NTS -No. 1203 Mai.v stukkt. We pay particular attention Jo RENTING M"* HOUSES and LANDS, and to SELLING l'*#* i'ERTY, either publicly or privately. We can promise superior facilities on account of arrangements made to insure speedy sales. LOANS NEGOTIATED ON REAL ESTATE. Mr. JAMES A. GODDIN, for many ><?*'? 10 the Henrico County Clerk's office, examine* all titles, and thus insures positive correct!**# Ja documents drawn by us. ** , ? -'o'* og JL3J, ^ ; COAL OIL.? 50 barrcLj BEST REFINED COAL OIL for sale at lowest market ralti by R. W. FOWEK*. Druggist, IK# Mf In ?,rwtv se 2> between Thirteenth aud Fourteenth If ER08ENE~0IL.-- 1 have alwa;? ?? L band a splendid article of KEROSENE ANCHOR OIL. Also, LAMI'S, OH BURNERS, <ic.; and a general assortment of 1 U* WARE, wholesale and reUU. ,?k. O. 0. OWKNS. No. 20 Governor street, RlcbmoudL Orders from the country respectfully 40ucr*w and promptly tilled ?* nPEAOKERS WILL FliND A LARGE 8U? JL ply of paper suitable for circida^ u^.^ icpOi-ti, Jte., at the DISTATCU rRtMLSu HOUSJt. be ad la your ortkrs for prlatuu.