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THURSDAY JJOVKMBER 8, JWflCj
Josh Bnxreoa's "Rakrodb."~Hc who
duz a good thing sckretly steals a march on
heaven. . , , , ?
It Is ft safer thing enny thae to follow a
man's advice than his exampW.
When we are more anxius tew plcaze
than tew be pleazcd, then we arc in love in
jjood arnest.
Hunting after health Iz like hunting after
fleas? the more you hunt them, the more
thev flea.
If virtu did not so often manage to make
herself repulsive, vice would not be half so
attractive.
Love Iz tike the meazles : we kant have it
but wunst. and the later in life we have it
the tuffer it goes with us.
I think the heft of people take az much
eumfert In bragging ov their misfortunes az
they do ov their good luck. v I
It men are honest they will tell yu that I
their suekeess in life iz more ov a wonder
tew them than It iz to yu.
The man who kant tind enny virtu in the
human heart, haz probably given us a
faithful sinojKsiss ov biz ow n.
it don't show pood judgment to be sur
prised at enny thing in this world, for
there iz nothing more certain than uncer
tainty.
I don't think that Fortune haz got ennv
favorites ; she was born blind ; and I no
tis them who win the oftcnist go it blind,
too.
I have notissed one thing ? that the most
virtewous and diskreet folks we have
amogst us are those who have either no
pashuus at all, or very tame ones ; it iz a
grate deal eazier tew lie a good dove than a
decent serpent.
"Phil, my jewel," said Pat, "I'm
mighty sorry you can't dine with me to
day." "Arrah, and why can't I dine with
you)1" said the astonished Phil. "Because,
my dear," returned Pat, " I haven't asked
ye yet.
The mat and mattress factory and agri
cultural warehouse of Hoagland & Dough
erty. at Elgin, 111., was burned Tnesdav.
Loss, ?20,000 ; insurance, $10,000.
DENTISTRY .
7-1 W. JONES, DENT1ST.-TEETH >X
\JT? TK ACTED without pain. Has aa entire
ii w apparatus. and all tne latest improvements,
both foi making and ^lvlnglhe nitrous oxl<iega?>;
has lListiumeuU of lils owu Invention and the best
in ace by others. "With over twenty years' prac
tice, can ensure tlicse having teeth t^ extract en
tire safetv and com ort in the operation. AM
other operations thoroughly and peuti j performed.
Best ARTIFICIAL TeKTH inaue of ? very de
scrl t-tl m, an actual imitation of nature both rn
use ai d expression. Office, Franklin street, be
tween 7th and 8th. no 2? lw?
rrEETH EXTRACTED WITH
J[ OUT l' A IS.
r. x. HUDSON, Dentist,
No 018 Main stbf.kt, Richmond, Va.,
Desires to call the attention of all Interested to tite
iUct that he has In the list four years administered
NITkOUS OXIDE GAS TO MORE THAN
FIVE THOUSAND PERSONS, thereby prevent
lucr all pain, with very few exceptions
Ha inserts teeth ou GOLD or VULCANITE,
and performs all operations lor the beauty and
preservation of the t eth.
Certificate.- The undersigned have bad teeth
extracted by Dr. Hudson, after the inhalation of j
nitrous oxide ?.a s, without pain, without the loss 1
of consclotuness during the operation, and wl. li
mit any Injurious consequences.
Moses d. Hog ii,
OC 31?91 * WW. BKOW.V.
JosEpn woodwakd, des-ass*
TIST, extracts Teeth with that ease^^rTi?
aud facility which can only be acquired by long
practice, and inserts Artificial Teeth in a style
which he can *ru]y recommend as something supe
rior.
Office and residence No. 017 Main street, between
eth and 7th. opposite the Arlington House.
oc 26? lw
DR. GEO. B. STEEL, DEN' TIST, flgggfc
No. 728 Main street, five Ooors H'tove^anEH*
the Spotswood Hotel, pays special attention to the
Iireservatlon of the natural teeth. Iissei t> AUTI
i'iCIAL SETS cu gold, sliver, <>r vulcanite, and
keeps constantly on hand PUKE NITROUS
OXIDE GAS for the painless extraction of teeth.
Has twenty years1 experience. oc 17 j
Taylor brothers, den-m*
TISTn 1112 M Ai V STREET, ?1CH
MOND, give Nitrous Oxide Gas for *1, Chloroform !
for $1. Ether for $1, Rhigolt*ne Spray #1. Hydrate
of Chloral $1, to extract teeth without pain. Teeth
Inserted as low as $15. Teeth filled with gold, $2.50.
The cost of all operations made known before be
ginning. Entire satisfaction given.
TAYLuJt BROTHERS,
oc 17 1112 Main street.
JUD. B. WOOD. D. D. S., PRAC-4HgBJ
TITIONER ?'F l?K-NTISTRY iN^^ffS
a i l ns various branches, The painie.-s
extraction of teeth Is a greal point gained In den
tal surgery. A full supply of PURE NITRONS
OXIDs. GAS always ou h&ud. All work guaran
teed to give entire satisfaction. Terms moderate.
Office, 9th street, lu rear of Wood A Sons' dmg
store. oc 15
TOHN MAHONY. Stem
V SURGEON DENTIST, Cgfm1
(formerly of the firm of W ftyt A Mahouv.)
Inserts FULL UPPER or LOWER SKT8 OF
AKTIKICIAL TEETH for from TWENTY to
THIRTY DOLLARS.
OLD GOLD SETS bought or exchaoged at their
value for uew sets or vule-uilte.
Office aDd residence 625 Main street, between
Sixth and Seventh streets. se 12
DR
. GEORGE F. KEESEE,
SURGEON DENTIST, j
performs all Dental operations.
Office, corner Broad and Nineteenth streets;
residence In roar. ae m ? 3ni
1
BOOTS, BHOEB, j&C.^
goorsTsjac^s, trunks, &c.
X respectfully call the attention of visitors
to the oUte Far to inv stock, consisting of
LAJOTE8' PEBBLK GOAl' BALMORALS and
BUTTON BOOTS,
LADIES' PLAIN G MT and CALF UAL MO
k LAt>jg^' LACK, OONGRBbS and BUTTON
ft BOOTS, ftJIjttalilles;
f GENTS' OaLF CoNO-RESS GAITKKS, siuffle
and double-soled ;
GENTS' CALF ROOTS, single and double- 60lf '* ;
MEN'S PLAIN CALF PE(f(i ED A ND SE WED
BOOTS and BALMORALS, besides a full line
Kf stout and substantial BOOTS andSHo*S
ir men, boys, womeu, and children,
A call is solicited from all in want of goods la
my line. Prices will he found as low us at any
otuer house In the city.
JOHN C. PAGE,
oo 81? lw . 1203 Main su, bet, mh and#tb.
WE HAVE REDUCED THEffi .
YT PRICKS OF OUR BOOTS, SHOES.
TRUNKS, SATOHELS, Ac., to enable all ^
In want of good and reliable goods to get their sup- 1
ply at the very lowest prices. The l.ADIESwi11
flud at our Broad-street 6tore, corner of 5th, (be
very particular and call at the CORNER, as some
one ewe Is passing himself t.ff for us, to the inlury
ot ourselves aud the buyer.) i he largest and 'best
assorted stock in the city? made to lace aud but- |
ton -of French Kid (Glove). Calf, Turk-y Morocco,
Oiled Goat, F/ench Morocco, English Lasting,
Ac.. Ac., In all W'dths and sms, enabling us at ail
times to Fire easy and wen. fitting goods.
MARCUS HARRIS A BROTHER,
No 1313 tfain street, and
oc 31 corner of 6th and Broad streets.
riARY & CARLTON, No. 829*
\J Broad street, second door rroin 9th, have!
on hand one of the finest and best selected
stocks of BOOTS, SHOKS, TRUNKS, Ac., to be
found in the city, consisting of Ladles', Gent's.
MUses', Boys', ana Children's BOOTS. SHOES,
and GaITEBS: also, a complete assortment of
TRUNKS. VALISES, SATCHELS, Ac.
Visitors to the State Fair will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere.
F.Tkl. CARY,
nol V. S. CARLTON.
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.? Visitors to*
the Fair are luvlud to call and examine
my large stock or BOOTS. SHOES. Wh.
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, UMBRELLAS, aud
HATS, which I offer at the very lowest prices toi
cash. JjHN HAUltOLD,
817 Broad street, between a h and ?th sts.,
OC 31 St n<?ar W.. F. A P- H. K. depot.
T OOK TO YOUR INTEREST.? ft
JLi Visitors to the Fair, and all others wish- In
ing to supplv themselves with the best oi WW
BuOTS, SHOES, TKUNKS, HAN D HAGS, A-..
abooid not fall to call lu at TAYLOR'S, No. 336
Broad street. These goods were made u p to order,
and can't be surpassed In this city. Prices to suit
the W. P. W. TAYLOR.
?w ?-5t . .
XTBW STORE.? LADIES' BOOT AND
SHOE EMPORIUM,
No. 415 Broad street, between 4th and Sth.
I bare now on band and am receiving dally new
additions to my large stock of n -
BOOTS, SHOES, AND GaITERS,
comprising the v* ry best assortment oi Ladies'.
Misses', aud Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES 8
In this city, consisting of the latest stylos, aud It I
ail widths and sixes, made expressly for me by th** *
best manufacturers in the country ; all of which
will be sold at the lowest yrhwB.
Remember, this Is .the only Ladies' Moot and
fSbae Kmporiuta to this city which is expressly
Supted lorladles only. A.M. HARKIS,
oe *M? ? 4I? Broad street, between and Cth.
-ornuao, eixett & chump, _
VV U? WAIN STSBIST, txt. VhWl Mtfc.
We aro In dayy.receliit of on r stock of BOOTS.
SHOES. TRUNKHL Ac., eemprlfling the latest
?&lX^^orL*?ie8\ ?i#*es', CW!Ar?' sand
Gears Boots and Shoes ; abu? aa exc^lfcut as
mBSSmot 0?w^ best tk nutans' be*vy *oods
a rarlely of SatcbeK Valttwv^Ac. :, all of
frhicb we aw teO tar wry *
late with Gardner jfmrllQG.
' 2 JOHfil (1. BLEeTT...
B late with T. S. Baldwin.
Joti wSih' W*4?ontJ & HaVv-y.
?/jpjjrin n
s ;
"" JUS'S" fjllOSMfc'
J^OOK TO YOtlfc MEREST.
" : ? ? x::' ; j' ' .
-> i ?"? "? * > ?! s '
I am now receiving my third supply of
FALL AND WlNTRR DRY GOODS,
compilslnjf all of the latest styles and novelties.
French an?l American Casslmeres,
Di kbs Gooda In endless variety;
Kmr-ren* Cloth *11 colors, co and 75c.;
Krfiich Merinos. In all shades ;
KnrU'b Crown Poplin, entirely new ;
fiald Poplins atMJc.. *?eat bargain ;
Holid-colored Alpaca. 25e^ very cheap;
jUA k Goods a specialty.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
4-4 Hle*ched Cotton, 12Jc.? the best In the city ;
OalicotH at iSfo., and as low as 8c. ;
Brown Cotton at 8c? very good at I2Jc.;
10 4 Sheetings at reduced prices ;
Canton Flannel, 16c. per yard.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKING.
Shatfls from 75c. to $50 ;
| Misses' Shawls, all sizes ;
i Klack Silk Velvet, warranted pure Silk, for Cloak
l In*;
Whit'.' and Colored Flannel, very cheap.
WHITE GOODS.
Table and Piano Covers,
Marseilles guilts,
Napkins an<i Doyles,
l intn Handkerchiefs, from 35c. perdoz. upwards;
A FULLLINEGF
GENT'S FURNISHING GOCD3
always on hand. Cash buyers will consult their
Interest In giving me a c?ll. Come, aud you sha'l
be nlcatert, as rnv siock of goods has been selected
with the greatest care.
JULIUS SrCLF, 903 MAIN". no 3
6*27 BR0AD STREET. 627
We are now opening
A FULL ASSORTMENT
OF
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
which we will offer lo the public at
LOW PRICES.
DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS,
NOTIONS,
HOSIERY,
CASSIMERKS, &C.
We would call the attention of buyers to the fol
lowing desirable bargains :
Good HEMSTITC D LINEN HANDKER
CHIEFS, SSL;
Good ENGLISH HO?K, 35c.;
Good FRENCH-WO ? CORSKTS, 90c.;
Good LINEN DAMASK NAPKINS, $1 per dozen;
Extra large HUCK TOWELS, 25c.;
8-1 LINEN TA E DAMASK, 90c.
H1RSH & GUGGENHEIMER,
627 Broad Street.
Salesmen : W. C. Kuan, J# C. Citenehy, F.
P. Ghetter. se21
RE.\L ESTATE AT PRIV ATE SALE.
A ^INE^AMES~lRrVERnFARMrOF
A. SIX HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OF
Land, FoR KALE At the requestor iheowner,
I offer for sale that flue farm called 44COLES
V 1L l. IC." containing 5o0 ACRES OP LAND, -100
of which are cleared and in arable condition, the
remainder in woods ; together with another tract
of iai acres of WOi D L * nD, dlstint from Coles
ville alio ut two miles. The land lies in Charles
City county. < ne mile from James river, and only
one mile from Wilcox's landing 011 the river, ad
iolniog the lands of Dr. Wilcox, Mr. beo. Walk
er. Ji ha D. Harvle, Esq., and others, distant by
land 28 miles from Richmond. There are atyout 240
acres of that fine, superb red Boil, so famous in
this section, and about 40 acres of flue land, excel
lent for grass.
Hie improvements consist of an excellent
FltAMhD DWELLING, in good condition, of
six rooms, besides rmsementa and ^arrets ; a good
orchard, an excellent garden-spot, and all neces
sary out -buildings in ample abundance, all in good
order.
For particulars, apply to ornddress
W. B. ROBINS, 1002 Main street,
oc 19? 22,25, 29uol&3 .
rpHE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO SELL
X his FARM, containing 428 ACREB OF GOOD
LAND, with excellent Imorovemen s and an ?bun
ilant supply or wood. It Is loc?ted a few miles off.
ou one or tne railroads leading Into the city. Great
inducements will be offced to effect a prompt sate.
Apply to W. H. GWATHMEY, M. I).,
110 2? 3t No. 1313 Ross street.
Lands in large
AND ?M ALL QUANTITIES.
I have In my hands tor sale LANDS in almost
every section of the State, a number of them are
large, firsl-class estates, with splendid improve
ments and desirably located.
GEORGE M. DREWRY,
no 2-Im jOU Main street.
?OfiH FOR A LOT IN SIDNEY.? Only
fjocaBji; balance in monthly payment*
of $15 until paid, lheee LOTS are situated on
Main street, near !ho stieet rail . Apply to
E. B. NEWBURN,
Real Estate Auctioned,
110 1 No. 1016 Main street.
INK CHANCE TO WOOD-GETTERS.
ONE HUNDRED AND FOHTY-FOUR
ACRES OF ijAND. without Improvements, on
Richmond aud Danville ra IroaO, eight miles from
Richmond. Switch ou the place. WIU cut twenty
five cords wood per acre. Trice. $12 per acre.
E. B. NEWBURN,
Beal Estate Auctioneer.
oo5 No. 1010 Main street.
MACHINERY, dec.
IL
J. WAY, MANUFACTURERS' aud ENGI
NEER'S tUPi'LIKS, Tenth street between Main
and Cary, Richmond, Va. Steam-Englnes, Saw
Mills, Mill-Gearings, Turbine Water-Wheels,
Millstones, Bolting-Cloths, Planing-Machlnes,
and woodworking Machinery of all kinds:
Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys, Belting, Lace
Leather. Saws, and File# ; Wrenches, Twist
Drills, Wool-Carding Machines and Clothing.
Steam-Guages, Saw. Gummers, 8team and Water
Pipe Fixtures, Packing, Journal Metal, Pick and
Tool Handles, etc.
ir you want a portable Steam-Engine send for a
descriptive pamphlet, or call ana examine the
41 AMfCS," the best engine made.
I have a general assortment of second-hand
Engines ana Boilers. Saw-Mills, Millstones, and
Gearings. Planing Machines, aLd other Wood
Working Machinery: Shafting, Pulleys, and
Hangers ; Distilling Fixtures, etc., ctc.
Second-hand Machluerv and Steam-Bollers
bought, sold, and exchanged. au ft? 3m
M
ACHINE SHOP.
BLOAT t ADDtNGTON.
MACHINISTS,
Wobks and Office; 1422 and 1424 Cabt
STREET, BETWXEN FOCHTEENTH AND
Fifteenth Streets.
Richmond, vxbginia.
ALL KINDS OF NEW WORK MADE ; RE
PAIRING STEAM-ENGINES and BOILERS In
1 city and country ; TOBACCO WORK of all
tlnds made and repaired ; TOBACCO FLAT
J'KNING-MILLS made and repaired In JOHN
HANCOCK'S SUPERIOR MANNER: PLAT
FORM and all other kinds or SCALES REPAIR
ED and ADJUSTED. AGENTS for the 6ale of
JtTDSON'S PATENT STEAM-ENGINE GO
VERNOR, SELDEN'S PATENT STEAM-EN
GINE PACKING, Utlca Company's STEAM
GAUGES. These gauges are warranted by us for
one year, and we sefi them at low prices. We keep
all kinds of BRASS WORK t)F SUPERIOR
MAKE for STEAM-ENGINES, such as gauge,
cocks, oil and tallow-cnps. OIL-CUPS FOB
fiHAFTLNG. SELF-FEEDERS, STEAM-WHIS
TLES, WATEE-tAOGES, GLOBK-YALVES,
BOILER -FLUE CLEANERS, and a general as
sortment of such articles as are used by all run
u lug- steam-ens lues and saw-mills.
* SLOAT & ADDINGTON,
je IS 14X3 and 1824 Cary street.
METROPOLITAN WORKS,
JOBNEB SEVENTH AND CANAL STBEETb.
STATIONARY and 'PORTABLE' ONG1NEF
aud SA W-MIiILS;
BARK. GRIST, and ^AOTERIWLLS :
of nty>
ENGINES and 8A VP-MILLS at Tarioas slzet
tlways on hand. '
repaired axu2 acid on eonsml*
I va turn, AU other repair*
torUjr done.
iSSfSElLksrNEB * 00.
iOOK AND TOiTlif
\ scxieouTBJ? at tto Qmv&
s
"r ? -y-'- .
tohn n. woodsw-'V
JUT MAIN USUI,
OFPOSITKvPI8PATCH OFFICE.
I am now receiving, In addition tf? my larjre
stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS,
SILK?, POPLINS,
CltETOUNES, SATE
PLAID POPLIK am! SEBGE8.
SHAWL SUITS,
and many other new and deft. Mo Dress Goods,
embracing a complete assortm- ? ?( MOURNING
G<JOD9, such an 1
ALPACAS, BOMK \Zl -ES,
TAMISE, MERINO',
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
REPS, BIARRITZ,
JANUS CLOTHS mi, I MOUSLINS,
to which I would respectfully .?nllclt an examina
tion.
We call special attention t> ?>ur largft assort
ment of CLOAKINGS in Silit Vlve\ Black and
Colored Velveteens, "White Corduroy, and Fancy
Cloaking*.
Also, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, and WATER
PROOFS In great variety.
CLOTHS and CASSIMER^S for boy6' and
men's wear? a large stock, including a full line of
Charlottesville and Fredericksburg fabrics.
FLANNELS in White, Red, Yellow, Gray, and
Blue.
OPERA FLANNEL, Plaids und Solids,
nOUSE-FURNI>HING GOODS, such as Table
Linens and Oil-cloths, Towels, Napkins, "White
and Colored Spreads, Nottingham Laces for cur
tains, Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Pillow
Cotton.
GLOVES, HANDKEKCHIF.KS,
HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, LACES,
LACE HANDKERCHIEFS and COLLARS.
In fact, everything to be 'ound in a first-class
store, and we cordially invito an examination by
all in watt, as we are determined to sell at toe
lowest possible figures,
oc 20 Jl/HN N. WOODFIN.
JJUCKWALL & ROUSS,
NO. 1013 MAIN STRtCET. '
Mr. ROUSS still crowding ub with AUCTION
BARGAINS I
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS IN CAR
PETS.
GOOD CARPETS at 15c. per yard ; still better at j
30c. "
All-wool heavy CARPETING at 50c., worth 75c.
before the war.
Beautiful all-wool Do. at 75c., cheap beiore the
war at $1.
These Cirpets are much cheaper than they can
be bought at the factory.
A full line of BLACK ALPACAS.
BEAVERS, MOHAIRS, and TURKISH LUS
TRES. from 25c. to $1.50; much lower than
New York wholesale prices.
WHITE ALPACAS and WHITE MOHAIRS.
Elegant SCARLET OPfiltA FLANNEL, only
37c. (
First-rate BALMORALS, only 81.
A full line of DOMESTICS of all kind-?.
Come and look at our 10c. COTTONS and CALI
COES.
Elegant 10-4 BLANKETS only $5.
Beautiful single SHAWLS only 75c.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS I double aud single, for less
than It cost to make th m.
TOWELS, NAPKINS, and I)OYf,ES, half price.
A THOUSAND 01 HER BARGAINS.
These bargains will all be sold in a few days, and
must be sold to make room for others coming.
oc 29
0ARDOZO, FOURQUREAtf & CO.,
1000 MAIN STKKET
(opposite post-offlce),
are now receiving, In addition to their large
stock of
STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
itlt'H AND BEAUTIFUL SILKS or all grades
and descriptions.
ALSO.
a large assortment of
COLORED AND PLUSH VELVETS,
to which we wish to call Bpeclal attention as being
CHEAP AND BEAUTIFUL.
A handsome assortment of
BRUSSELS, INGRAIN, THREE-PLY, AND
OTHER CARPETS; MATS, RUGS, &C. ;
together with an elegant assortment of
LACE GOODS.
HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS, &C.% &C.',
to which they invite lnsptc Ion, promising as
handsome and varied display at aa IJURpi lces
as can be found elsewhere,
oc 26 OARDOZa FOUROUREAN & CO.
A TMORE'S 3I1SCE MEAT.-TO HO
A. TEL AND BOAKDING-Ht'UsE KEEP
Eh8-TO THE TRflDE AND PRIVATE FASH
LIES.? I am Just In receipt of 5,000 pounds AT
MORE'o MtNOE MEAT, the hoit in the world,
packed In barrels, half barrels, buckets, pills, and
glass, readv for use. Trade supplied at factpn'
price. Also, the largest atoek CONFECTION
ERIES, CANNED I'KACHhS TOMATOES,
OYSTERS, LOBaTERS, &>?., I ever had at one
time. JLv.UIS J. BOSMr.UX,
no 1? Gt Five-story building, 1412 Main street.
2QQ BROAD STREET.
THOS, JACKSON has removed from Main and
3d to the building corner of ? road and skj streets,
where he has opened a new. full, and complete as
sortment or CONFECTIONERIES.
Having all theappwrtenancwfor id annft cturlng
candics and fancy cake baktn*. he respectfully #o?
Helta the patronage of the public oc 27~.3m
First of the seasox.-new crop
MALAGA KAI&INS, GKaPES, FIGS. ETC.
loo boxes layer Raisins, in wind ?, half, and quar
ter boxea; loo drums new Suivrua Figs ? 2,4, and
8 ft. drums ; 10 kegs Malaga Graoes; 10 frails new
Arabian Dates ; Just received. For sale by
? 1,oUIS J. Bossiurx.
oc 18? 3m Five-story Building. 1412 Slain st.
MALAGA GRAPES,
if! , MALAGA GRAPES,
FINE DUCHESS PEARS,
FINE BELL.^EAKS.
at /.A. P1ZZINI ?1 CO'S.,
oc i ?/ 8n7 Broad street.
? ?? . ? ?? ?? ?
OKUOSi flUBIMCilAe89 ftc,
City idrug store.
NEW FIRM-NEW GOODS.
BODEKER & DADE, No. 1444 Main Stbeet,
(corner above St. Charles Hotel,)
Richmond, Va. ?
Having received our stock of DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, PAINTS, OILS, <Jtc., we now have them
open, and ready to receive orders for anything in
our line of business. The expei lence of the mem
bers of our Arm In the drug business, together with
the fact that our goods are all new and purchased
expressly for the retail ?nd Jobbing trade of this
community, euables us to offe unusual induce
ments to purchasers. Our acquaintances and for
mer customers are especially solicited to give us a I
trial, and we believe they will not be disappointed 1
HENHYBOIVEKER, WM. MAYO DADE,
formerly of formerly with
A. Bodeker A.Bro. A. Bodeker & Bro.
OC 15 ? 8m
'S extract of beef.
JMBEBIG
This EXTRACT is prepared lq the most careful
manner, and is invaluable Jo tbe sick or conva
lescent. Containing, as It ?docs. ?Jie Juices obtained
from healthy beeves only, it Mill be found & most
nutritious and effective resto er of strength and
health. Excellent BEES' TEA is made by dls-J
solving one-fourth teaspoouful of the extract in
a teacupfui of hot water, adding a little salt and |
butter to the taste. Sold by
MEADE & BAKER,
Importing Pharmacists,
oc 11 flia Main street.
rt ARNETT'S COMPOUND
U VEGETABLE BITTERS.
Tbe cheapest on the market." Ouly 73c. per bottle.
Just the thing for weak, delicate persons without
appetite, feeble digestion. Ac. No mere bar-room
hitters, but highly medicinal, &nd yet a pleasant
beverage. Children are tond of je. Although in
the market only a few weeks fbe most flattering
reports have been received -ud many certificates
volunteered. To be found at tbe drug store of Dr.
J. R. GARNETT, No. ?is Bro?d street, and drug
stores generally. seS
rfiO PHYSICIANS.? Dr. SqulbVs Comp.
I Ext Colocvnth, Dr. Squlbb's Purified Chlo
roform, Dr. Squibb,a,Pow'd Chinese Rhubarb,
Dr. Sqnlbb'fl Chlorate HydraU:. Dr. Squibb1* Sab.
NU. Elsmu h? especially recommended for their i
portty_f.rMl.lyf ?
00 1 ai Broad street.
f\0 D LITES OIL.? P< feflrjwffld
V I M?wana1Io fwoa ft> Ttn All* ' V If MMMBBqbi I
or,
jeiTw ? 'llr. ?t , j
Tt4?V?I will -sell at my auction-house, i
igasassftt
H ?r TABLES. CAT"
Jr. V? VUi/ ?T AMii w
jlftlfl WAROHOBKS;
,.<mAlTA WA8HSTAN)
FEATHER BEDS, MAriHBinoibo. nut
CHAIRS, BOOKCAS"", TABLES. CAR
PETS, HOOKS TWO PIANOS, STOVES,
IKON" SAFES, etc.
ALSO,
6,600 GRAPEVINES from the Glenworth Viae- i
vard of Ives, Concord Ionafl.
no 2 THUS. W. KEEBEE, Auctioneer. |
GROCERIES, dff?
XT BA "C" SUGAR.
loo barren EXTRA "0" SUGAR,
lOG.bamls "A&B" SUGAR,
COO hags Rro COFFEE.
no 3 A. Y. STOKES A CO.
Buckwheat floxjb? 2,000 pounds.!
In 25, 50, and 100 pound p?ckage?.
no a A, Y. STOKES & CO. j
Jj^RESH MOUNTAIN BUCKWHEAT,
FRESH MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
GOLDEN SYRUP.
For sale by WILLIAM H. TATUM,
no 2 COO Broad street.
JgAKERS' FLOUR.
CO hhls. prime BAKERS1 FLOUR receiving,
f jr sale by ?
no 2 - AS. LEE.
TN STORE AND FOR SALE LOW?
X 50 boxes HORSFORD'S YEAST POWDERS,
35 bags RIO COFFEE, tood to choice ;
6 hogsheads CUBA aniT PORTO RICO SU
G A It,
40 lwxes OAKLEY'S SOAP,
20 boxes BltUCE'S SOAP,
25 boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
5 boxes BREAST BACON,
5 tierces LARD,
25 barrels NORTH CAROLINA CUT IIER
KINGS,
40 barrels choice No. 3 MACKEREL,
11 barrels choice No. 1 MACKEREL,
4,000 pounds choice CODFISH,
10 barrels SILVER DRIPS SYRUP,
15 barrels MERCHANTS' sYKUP,
15 barrels GO jDKN SYRDP,
1,000 pounds extra choice BUCKWHEAT
FLOU HL,
25 barrels choice WHITE BEANS,
25 boxes choice FACTORY CHEESE,
10 tubs BUTTER,
200 barrels FLuUR? Extra, Superli ne, and
Family.
Always on hand a large lot of country produce.
The above will be sold low for cash or to punc
tual customers. L. POWERS,
oc 29? lw 1540 Main street, near Old Market.
RESH AND DESIRABLE GROCE
RIES.
3oo bags fair to choice RIO COFFEE,
100 baps choice i.AGUAYRA Do.,
60 bags old Government JAVA and ARABIAN
- Do..
600 barrels REFINED SUGARS? A, Crushed,
Gran., Pow'd, and Cut,
260 barrels N. C. CUT HERRINGS,
600 bags SHOT,
250 packages CANDLES: 500 boxes OAKLEY'S
80APS,
25 hhds. >IoP8 and SHOULDERS; 400 barrels
YELLOW SUGAR,
50 hhds. trlr to choice P. P. SUGARS.
SOLE LEATHER. GRAIN PEPPER, GIN
GER, SAUGKR'S MUSTARD, choice G. P.,
Queen. Chop, and Gold Chop and Oolong TEAS.
We are prepared, notwithstanding the great
flood, to accommodate our friends and the trade
generally.
oc 5 S. C. TARDY & CO.
F
F
RESH GROCERIES I
- FRESH GROCERIES ! 1
60 bags JAVA, LAGUAY'RA, and RIO COF
FfiES
50 barrels REFINED SUGARS.
fl hogsheads PORTO RICO SUGARS.
15 hogsheads BACON-'sldeaand Shoulders,
150 barrels aid half barrels HERRINGS,
SO cases prime CU1TING and ENGLISH DAI
RY C^HESE,
40 barrels SYKUPS and MOLASSES,
100 HASIri^MCE, SALT, PEPFER, SHOT,
1EA, Ac., , ? ,
50 barrels WHISKEY, (old Bumgardner. &c..)
30 cases Green Seal an<J RodererCHAMi AGNE,
6 i-casks SHERRY and FRENCH BRANDS',
ALh;S, PORTER, APPi'E BRANDY, RUM, Ac.
I^^^WkSIaYSE * JONES.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, all grades;
loo bagsLAGIJAYRA COFFEE,
50 bags J A.VA COFFPK,
50 kegs genuine ENGLISH BICARB.
SODA.
100 boxes CHEESE.
20 b. rrels MACKEREL, No. 2 ;
20 half barrels MA? KERE'L. No. 2;
20 ijuarter barrels MACKF.KEL, No. 2;
50 kits MACKEREL, No. 2 :
50 barrels "MAG DaLIN E" HER
50 barri'lei N. C. CUT HERRINGS,
loo half barrels N. C. ROE HERRINGS,
S& 8. T. \TORTH.\M A CO.
500
N
E W SUPPLIES.
5 gross GELATINE,
10 dozen B RDKN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Eagle brand :
10 boxes 1'KIM" PINE-APPLE CHEEbE,
* 5 cases PRESERVED GINGER,
25 boxes LAYER RAISINS,
Ph-CAN NUTS,
ALMONLS and ENGLISH WALNUTS,
CITRON and CURRANTS,
SARDINES, i and 4 :
LONDON CRACKERS,
TUBS, BASKE IS, BUCKETS, &C.;
with the ubual supply of excellent FA MIL V GRC
Cfc.KIKS. W. G. DANJJRU?GE?4fe CO.,
oc 28 827 iir.iad street.
H. DURE,
GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
1524 Main Street, bet. 15th and 17tu,
RICHMOND, VA.,
keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of I
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, <4c., which he 1
will sell at the lowest market rates.
Will give special attention to lh<? sale of all
kinds of MERCHANDISE, COUNTRY PRO
DUCE, LIVE STOCK. Ac., and respectfully so
licits con ? ignments of the same. no l? lw
on HCGSnEAPS PORTO RICO~Sul
4\J GAR,
10 hogsheads DEMERARDE SUGAR,
25 barrels "A" SUGAR,
25 barrels "H" SUGAR,
25 barrel "EX- C" SUGAR,
25 barrels ktCR'D" SUGAR,
60 barrels DKMKRAKA SUGAR,
50 barrels fc) SUGAR,
W barrels (DC SUGAR,
50 barrels LoSV -GRAdE SYRUP.
25 barrels EXTRA FINE SYRUr,
In store and for sale by
tlo 1? 5t CHAS. T. WORT HAM A CO.
London and Baltimore crack*
J?RS,
HOMINY,
GRIT3,
IRISH POTATOES,
DRIED BEEF,
PRIM 8 SUGAB-CURED HAMS,
.A fresh supply of ?'THAT? BUTTER, 1
just arrived at
SHIELDS & CAItY'S,
oc 29 609 Broad street.
Fulton market beef,
No. 1 MACKEREL,
No. 1 SALMON,
SCALED HERRINGS,
F. A. FERRLi'8 SUGAR-CURED HAMS
and SHOULDERS.
oc 18 J. B. E.IDD, 717 Broad street.
TN STORE AND FOR SALE LOW
X 80 Barrels MOUNTAIN WHISKEY.
40 do. GOOD MOUNTAIN WHISKEY.
30 do. COMMON MOUNTAIN Do.
8 do. PURE CIDER BRANDY.
By T. F. MINOR,
oc 20-lw 1510 Main strpet.
HERRINGS.? 200 barrels new EAST
ERN HERRINGS; 200 half-barrets EAST
ERN HERRINGS, dally expected, for sale, to ar
rive, by
oc 18 ROB'T F. W1LLIAM3 A CO.
QUGARS AND SYRUPS.? 15 hogshead*
O good to choice PORTO RICO SUGAR, 25
barrels choice AMBER SYRUP, 25 barrels com
mon -SYRUP. For sale by
OC 18 ROBERT F. WILLIAMS* CO.
ACON AND LARD.? 20 hogsheads and
^ boxes CLK-.AR RIB SIDES. SHOULDERS,
andBREASTS: 50 tierces, half-barrels, and kega
PRIME LEAF LARD. For sale by
OC 18 ROBERT F. WILLHM3 A CO.
TOILET ARTICLI?.
B
QARBOLIC DENTAL SOAP.
This Soap will remove tartar, prevent decay of ,
the teeth, impart firmness to the gum-;, and tho- |
roughly cleanse the month.
For sale at wholesale and retail.
PURCE -,L, LADD A CO.,
oc 22 Druggists, 1216 Main street.
I0ARBOLIC SHAVING SOAP.
This Soap affords a rich, heavy lather, softens
the beard, and prevents all Irritation or roughness
of the ftkln. For sale by
r PUBCELL, LADD A CO..
Druggists, 1216 Main street,
{ oc 22 corner of 13th.
fc4TT>LORIDA ROSE," for beautifying the I
" complexion ; also, a large assortment of I
LILLY* WHITES, for sale by t 1
P. E. DUPIJY, Apothecary.
oc 1 . No. 437 Broad street.
/"1ASHMERE BOUQUET, HYACINTH
BOUQUET, HONEY SUCKLE, and other |
TOILET SOAPS, for sale by
P. jSU DUPUY, Apothecary,
OC 1 437 Broad street.
T EEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT, fresh
Aj from the agent of Liebijr'B Extract of Meat
^omoaiiy. For sate by .
Dr. J. G. CABELL has removed his resi- 1
dence aadoEce to No. 021 Franklin street, -.a-s
* The office of the Board of Health is removed to
the same building. oe H -to*, ?
AMD JOB PRINTING DONS
.ft.- t-fjf
MS *.,.- .*i> '
L Uv-AAIJU* jaAJJLCiO AJL
.iL U^jr>C--The auction eaU^ or tINR
BLOODED STOCK, Ac., on exhibition, *111
commence FkTDAY at 2 o'clock, unci continue
each day during the Fair. ? . "
, liO. H. DAVIS, Salesman*
Tent sign, Red Flag. no 3? n
RUSTEES* SALE OF A VALUABLE
fFARMTN HALIFAX COT7NTV._By virtue
or a deed of trust executed on the 6ih day of Au
gust, 1808, by Jnmo<* a. Moon and F.. B. Moon and
their wives to Will. am C. Pendleton and J. ,
Gordon, trustees, for the purposes therein named,
we will, as said trustees, sell, on PKIDA Y. the II h
day of November, 1870, (If fair, or tbo next fair
day thereafter ) on the premises at 12 o'clock M..
at public auction, the TRACT OF LAND In said
deed m? ntione<L. it being (he same tract on which
James A. Moon now resides. and which the lale
Alfred Blanks sold to the said Moon, lying on the
north side of Dan river, in the county of Hal'.fijx.
containing 1,191 acres, more or less, and bounded
by the lands of the late Richard Logan und Dr. B.
^This?and'is in one of the best neighborhoods In
the county, convenient to churches, about eight
miles from tbe Richmond and Danville railroad.
Tht? improvements consist of GOOD FkAMED
DWELLING of six rooms, bntlt In 1800. upon the
best stjle, and In perfect repair, beatlfullr lo
cated, ana all necp.qgary out-bulldlngs, and about
twenty other bulldlnKS, such as ten ant-house ^ and
tobacco barns? all new. There are a large num
ber of young apple and peach trees on the place. I
The soli is good, and adapted to the growth of I
jn-ainofflll kind*, especially WHEAT, CLOVER, 1
and TOBACCO, and la now in ihe highest state
of improvement. Said to be the best wheat laud
; In Halifax.
r It is seldom so r'esirable a place Is put upon the
market. It Is but eight ml>es from Scottsburg de
pot, on the Richmond and Danville railroad, with a
splendid turnpike road to it. There are abont BIX
HUNDRED ACRES OF CLEARED LAND ON
the place, TWO HUNDRED of which are Dan
hlver low grounds of the very best quality; the
residue is forest. A large portion of the place Is
in fine clover. It has lately been divided into two
tracts, and will be sold either as a whole or as two
tracts, to suit purchasers.
Teems : The deed requires the property to be
sold for cash sufficient to pay off the deed.
The title Is perfect. Purchasers are Invited to
examluethe property. James A. Moon will take
pleasure In showing tne property to an v who may
wish to examine with a view of purchasing. Pos
session will be given at once. For further Infor
mation. apply to either of the trustees at Lynch
blirg, Ya. ,7. N. GORUON. ) Tr net Pro
WM. C. PENDLETON J Trastees
sc 28? Tu&ThtllthNov
JAMES RIVER LAND FOR SALE AT
AUCTION".? By virtue of a deed of trust exe
cuted by Dr. John Morns on the 11th day of Feb.,
1845, and of record In the clerk's office of Gooch
land, the undersigned will sell at auction, on the
premises, on THURSDAY, Nov. 10, at. 12 M., the
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND adjoining the
Goochland Court-house tract, which was pur
chased by Dr. Morris from the late Mrs. Ann Har
ris. It contains about 319 acres, comprising 45
acres of first rate Jemos River low grounds, be
sides 80 acres of low grounds on Beaver Dam
Creek.
Terms : One-fourth cash, and the balance lu
one, two, and three years, w ith six per cent. In
terest from date; the purchaser giving bonds with
approved security, and the title being reserved
to secure the deferred payments.
Should the sale te prevented by bad weather on
thi day fixed, it will take place on the next <ult:i
ble day thereafter. W. H. P. MOKHIS,
se 27? Tu&Thtds Trustee.
By Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
Lgt and framed dwelling,
&C.. ON THE WEST LINE OF HA NC< CK,
BETWEEN CLAY AND LEIGH STRFETS.
HEAR TO EUKER'S PARK. FOR SALE AT
AUCTION.? At the repnest of Mr. John Hlcka*,
I shlll sell at auction, ou the premise1., on SAT
URDAY. the Stli November. 1870, at 4 o'clock P.
M., the LOT located as above, 32 by 1C5 test hav
ing thereon a DWELLING, with f< ur rooms,
kitchen of two rooms, stable, well of wa'er, &<;.
Terms : At sale. ? W. GOD DIN,
no 2 Auctioneer.
By Richardson & Co.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
No. 1113 Main Btreet.
SIX VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-' Will be sold at
auction, on the premises, FRIDAY, the 4th of No
vember, at 4 o'clock P. M. (If fair; If not, the next
fair day thereafter.) SIX VALUABLE BUILD
ING LOTS, four fronting 25 by 132 feet each on
the southwest corner of 31st and P streets,
and two fronting 31 bv 132 feel each on the west
side of 27th street, between O and P streets ; all of
which lots have an alley in the rear 16 feet wide.
TERMS : One-third cash ; the balance 6t4, 8, and
12 months, for negotiable notes, with interest added,
and secured by a deed of trust.
oc 29- td# BICHABDSON & CO., Auct's.
WOOD AND COAL.
piRST-CLASS COAL.
LEHIGH LUMP ANTHRACITE COAL,
FOR FOUNDRY USE;
LEHIGH (EGG SIZE) COAL,
FOR FURNACES AND STOVES;
RED AND WHITE ASH ANTIIKACITE
Coal (all sizes) for family and factory use. Chest
nut Coal, expressly prepared for Morulug Glory
and Oriental stoves. Cumberland, Wlmerpock,
and Clover Hill Lump and hall Coal.
All Coal thoroughly scrie ied. and free from
slate. y. n. hawks.
oc 20 ? 2w 13th and Cary streets.
c
OAL AND WOOD.
A. B. WOOLDRIDGE,
DEALKB IX
CLOVER HILL A.sD ANTHRACITE COAL,
OAK AN1> PINE WOOD.
Office and Yard : 8:h street, beyond Byrd.
|oc 26 - 2m ]
NUT COAL? NUT COAL.? Just re
ceived a cargo of NUT ANTHRACITE
COAL-the belt and cheapest fuel for cooking and
other small stoves to be had in the market. For
sale by ?. I'. LaTUKoP,
oc 24 17tb street, at Drawbridge.
Kindling wood, coal and
COKE. ? My new and superior f.ctory (to
condnct which I resigned the agency of the old
one,) supplies the best KINDLING and COOK
IN o WOOD as cheap (if not cheaper) as any place
In the city.
BITUMINOUS COAL? all kinds and sizes.
ANTHKACITB COAL? all kinds and sizes.
SOFT COKE? all klnd3 and sizes.
oc 20 J. B. WATKI Nf. 1111 Main street.
Anthracite coal.-tiiIs day land
. ing, 500 tons Hall Brothers & Co.'s celebra
ted FRANKLIN, egg and stove ; 400 LORBERR V
RED ASH, ezg and stove. Also, 3oo tons
GEORGE'S CREEK CUMBERLAND COaLS,
which will be sold at lowest market rates.
WIRT ROBERTS,
oc 11 corner 17th and Dock streets.
WOODi WOOD!! COAL! COAL!!
We have . n hand a full supply of the beat
quality of OAK and PINE WOOD, ANTHRA
CITE, CLOVKR HILL, and other COAL, which
we deliver promptly at aa low prices as any dealer
Intliecity. ak der son & king.
corner Byrd and fth streets, and
oc i-lm oorncr 17th and Cary street*.
COAL. WOOD.
WINTERPOCK, OAK and I'lNff,
CLOVER IIILL, LONG,
BURFORD, SA W F D and
ANTHRACITE. SPLIT.
W. S. PILCHER, No. 20 8th street,
oc 1 between Main and Cary.
riOAL AND WOOD.? The watermelon
season Is over, but we are still receiving
COAL
"Fresh and fine,
Just from the mine."
CLOVER HILL, ANTHRACITE, &C.
We have maae arrangements with Watkixs 3t
Blto. to sell their KINDLING and COOKING
WOOD at reduced prices. LONG WOOD, oak
and pine, always on hand.
BRAZEAL & COTTRELL,
se 23 corner Ninth street and Baa In.
KINDLING-WOOD OFFICE RE
MOVED. -Mr. J. B. WATKI NS having J
ceased to be agpnt for the sale of our KINDLLNG
WOOD, the office is at the Jactory, aontb side of 1
the Basin, between Tenth and Eleventh street?, '
where wo have the finest lot of DRY OAK and i
PINE to be found in the city. The price has been
reduced SI per cord on every variety of wood.
Also, COAL of every kind.
WATKINS & BROTHER.
H. W. WATKIXS, A?eut. an 22-3jn
COAL AND WOOD.? ANTHRACITE
COAL for grates, stoves, and furnaces ; CLO
VER HILL LUMP, HAIL, and SMITHS' ; OAK
and PINE WOOD, long or sawed; at greatly re
daced prices. Call and"get your supply, at Nine
teenth and Cary or 708 Grace street,
se 19 CH ARL ES H . PAGE & CO.
T. c. Jokes. ?
JONES & MUrOB, D~
anthSI# Vft Z?/Z C,0KE ?
S Mlonai Main streets, under
ams
WOODENWABE.
WOODENWARE.
YY SO dosen PAINTED BUCKETS,
50 dozen BRASS- BOWND BUCKETS,
CO nests PAINTiD TUBS,
25 nests CEDAR TUBS.
lo dozen BRASS-BOUND CANS,
200 dozen BROOMS, assorted :
600 reams WRAPPING PAPER,
HALF-BU8fIKL MEASURES,
WET MEASURE8.
FLOUR. PAIL S.BUTTER-CAN8,
SUGAR-BOXES,
se 19 WAGGONER 4 HARVEY.
TOU CAN BUY ANYTHING YOU
WANT IN THE WOODEN LINE at
se 19 WAGGONER A HARVEY'S.
KEAIi ESTATE AGEm
JAMES L. APPEBSON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND AUCTIONEER,
(8XKCS WM,)
NO. 1011 Mai* a KD 11th SX8., RlCHMOltD^j YA?'
. Notary Public and CommUujloner of Deeds f>r
Ntw York.;
F3B, SALE, FIXTURES completo? of
Tools, Regenerator and Fermenting 43? and*.
?t<^ ?tc.--.of it ViNEGAU MANUFACTORY.
Thia offers a fine cSance fo? one of limited itseana
ti comnmce ft go:;diaaattfacto*hjg bu aineaCf Ap
ply to Hn m? mh h w
aiktsfr iifL -hi! k>
r*y 1
rriRUSTEE# SALE OP ELEGANT
i HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MIRRORS,
OIL PA IN TINGS. CARPETS. Ac., AT AUC
TION By vlrtia of a deed of tra^t executed to
the undersigned as trustee*. and duly recorded la
the Cterk'a office of iho Hastings Court of the city
of Richmond, we will Mil at auction, at the resi
dence eootheist corner of nth and Grare streets,
on MONDAY, the 7th of November, the handsome
FUKNITUBR Ihcroln contained, consisting of?
One elegant PARLOR SUITE, covered with bilk
Kroc&tcl.
TwoeI?r?nC GL*S3 C?AVD&LIERS.
FRENCH PLATE MANTLE MIRRORS.
BRONZ" and ALABASTER STATUETTES.
Elegant BKOCATEi* and LACK CURTAINS.
IN THE LIBRARY
Will he found
One handsome OAK LIBRARY SUITE, com
plete and elegantl? carved.
IN THE DINIv GROOM,
Handsome ROSEWOOD EXTENSION TABLE.
Elejrant MAHOGANY SIDEBOARr, with
FRENCH PLATE MIRROR.
WALNliT and MAHOGANY CHATpg.
'*>. Do. lounges and
I)TYA"V9
Beantirul Oval and Square GILT MIRRORS.
ETEORJC and PARLOR A KM CHAIRS.
A large collection or rtegant OIL PAINTINGS,
some of which are very valnable.
Handsome WALNUT and GILT FRAME EN
GRAVINGS and water colors.
Together with?
A l'-rge assortment of FRENCH CHINA,
CROCKERY, GLASS, and PLATED WARE.
The chamhers are furnished with ?
Handinme WALNUT and OAK CHAMBER
SUITK S complete.
Several highlv ornamental FRENCH and JENNY
L1ND BEDSTE A L>S.
MA H OG A N V, WALNUT, aud STAINED
WARDROBES.
BUREAUS and U'ASHSTANDS.
ELEGANT HAIR MATTRESSES.
FEATHER BED?.
SETS "F BOLSTERS and PILLOWS, BED
DING, &c.
1:IER TAB1.ES.
HALL and PASSAGE OIL CLOTHS,
The rooms are famished with?
Elegant VELVET. BRUSSELS, an<l 3-ply CAR
PETS and RUGS, some of Which are as good
as new.
ALSO,
A large collection of CURIOSITIES, SHELLS,
and MINERAL SPECIMENS, some of which
are very valuable.
The usual assortment of KITCHEN FURNI
TURE.
The above being first-class Furniture, merits the
attention of the public.
ROBERT OULD. > Tvwni?
J H CARRIAGTON, f Trnstee*
Sale conducted by
COOK i LAUGIITOV,
oc 31 Auctioneers.
By 9. C. Tardy & Co., Auctioneers.
QARGO
BY
SALE OF SALT AT AUCTION
BY
S. C, TARDY & CO., A COTS.
Ox TUESDAY NEXT, Sin in'ST.
Commencing at 11 o'clock, we will, AT OUR
WAREHOUSES IN THE CITY -OF RICH
MOND, sell the cargo of the English bark Emma
Mulr, uirect from Liverpool, consisting of
2,500 sacks " W O R THINGTON " FULL
RLE ACHED FACTORY-FILLED SALT.
2, SCO sacks "DEAN'S" FULL-BLEACHED
FACTORY-FILLED SALT.
The attention of the trade is requested to this
sale.
Terms : Liberal, which will be announced on
the day of sale.
nOl-td* S. C. TARDY & CO., Aucts.
By Richardson & Co.,
Real Estate A cents and Auctioneers.
No. 1113 Main street.
rtOaiMISSIONER'S SALE OF A VAL
l ) UaBLE LOT OF LAND ON THE SOUTH
SIDE OF MAIN' STREET. BETWEEN TWEN
TY-FIRST and twenty-second sts.,
AT AUCTION.? Ry virtue of a decree of the
Chancery Court of the city of Richmond rendered
on the 17th day of October, 1870. In the Cause of
Francisea Froinmlng, widow and executrix of the
last will and testament or Homy Fromming, de
ceased, vs. Henry Froinmlng et als , I shall. as
special commissioner the*ebv appointed, proceed
to sell at auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY,
the 11th instant, at 4$ o'clock P. M , a valuable
LOT OF LAND, fronting 1CJ by 105 feet on the
south side of Main street, between 2lsc and 22d
streets.
TERMS: One-fourth of the purchase money
in cash, the residue lu thiee equal instalments of
four, eijtlit, and twelve months, with Interest
added from the day of sale, the purchaser giving
ills negotiable notes for the deterred payments,
and the title being retained until the whole pur
chase money as paid.
JAMES PLVASANTS, Com'r.
Richardson" & Co., Auct'rs no 1
By Wellington Goddin.
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
Corner Bank and Eleventh strtels.
TRUSTEE'S SALE- OF VALUABLE
A GRIM" MILL AND COTTAGE FARM ON
Till* YORK 1< TVER RAILROAD, ONE MD.E
EAST Of RICHMOND By virtue of a deed of j
trust bearing date 2lst Juie, 1So9, duly reconled in ;
Henrico County Court in Deed Bock No. 85, page j
437. I shall. In execution thereof, proceed to sell at
public auction, on the premises, on MONDAY, the
11th November. 1870, at 4 o'clock P. 3rL, (if fair :
Jf not. the first fair d?.v thereafter,) th t VERY
VAJ,U*BLE PROPERTY known as B -ABEY'S
MILL, together with the miller's house and TWO
AnD TllKEK-Q'l ARTE* ACRES OF LAND
attached thereto. The said mill Is now In good
worklnp ord^r, and has an excellent custom.
Also, the ccalleiit FARM adjoining the mill
tract, with '1 EN ACRES OF LAN li iu a line state
of cultivation. The improvements thereon con
sist of a very icom Portable dwelling, containing
eight tooras, besides the usual out-buildings. As
a market garden ur dairy farm it has unequalled
advantage?.
Whilst the deed requires a cash sale, yet I think
it prob<ble that by or before the day of sale the
terms will be made liberal.
no 2 JAM!4 S L. APPERSON, Trustee,
By Grubbs & "Williams
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Eleventh street, between Main and Bank.
H
AND SOME COTTAGE DWELLING,
WITH FOUR ACBESOF LAND. ON THlC
aOlJTd SIDE i P THK GROVE ROAD. HALF
A .MILK W I* ST OF THE CITY LIMITS, AT
AUCTION.? <>n MONDAY, 7th November, at 4}
o'clock P. M.. we will sell the handsome COT
TAGE DWELLING occupied by ?ir. Bedford.
It 1b of the Gothic order, contains eight rooms
and wide passages, with porico m front and rear,
and all the modern Improvements ; now in excel
l?nt repair s new stable, barn ; kitchen, with four
rooms, and all neoeasary out- buildings.
The GB0UND8 croDrace about Tour acrca.
bounded by streets on cach side. Hia front yard
is tastefully laid out, and decoratcd with ever
greens and bhrubbery.
This valuable property Is located upon one of the
best roads leading to the city, and Is directly la the
line of the growth of Richmond westward.
In a few years the GROUNDS will be In domand
Ibr bslldlng lot?,
Terms : Will bo liberal, and will be made known
at the time of the sale.
GBTTBBS & WILLIAMS,
oc 2&? 29,nol&tdtds Auctioneers,
By Lee 4 Goddln,
Auctioneers and Heal Estate A genie.
1118 Main street.
TRUSTEES' SALITOF LOT, AVTTII
JL CoMFokTABLE DWELLING, ON WKB
j-TKK .STREET, AT AUCTION By virtue of a
deed of trust beuring date the. 7th day of Octo
ber, 1868, from Johu Hewletc and wife, *nd re
corded in Richmond Hustings Court clerk's office
in Deed Book No. 87, A, rage 277, we shall, as
trustees named therein, at the request of the bene
clal parties, proc-.ed to tell at public auction, on
ths premises, at 4 o'clock P. M.. on THURSDAY,
the loth day or November, 1870, the LOT OF
GBOUND, with tbe improvements, fronting 81
feetcn Weosteratieefj and running back 145 feet
to Ctbcll sireet, In the city of Bichmond. The
title is believed to be Rood, but selling as trus
tees we shall . nl v couvev by special w.trrantv.
Terms ok sale : J-utfoclent cash to piy the sum
of $'.'37.32, with its Interest, and the costs 'of sale ;
and the residue of the purclia.e money on such
terms as shall be imde known on the day of sale.
JAMES WILSON, \
no 1- tds JAM i* S H. WELSH, J 1
By Hill & GoddJn,
Beal Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
Five buildingTlots, fronting
ON MARSHALL ST^KET AND LAFAY
>TTE AVENUE, FOB SALE AT AUCTION ?
We will sell on SATURDAY, November 5th, 1870,
at 4) o'clock V. M . FIVE BUILDING LuTS lo
cated aa above, e < eh fronting so feet 8 Inches on
Laiayette avenue, ami running back 54 feet. Ttese
lotri have a good entrance from Broad ktiett by i n*
rayetto avt nue, half a square above Jail alley, and
will be sold cheap.
TEBjas : Very favorable, and m*de known at
hour of sale. HILL <& GODDIN, Aucts.,
no 1? tds 1108 Main strtet.
By Cook dt Laugbton, Auctioneers,
corner of Governor and Franklin streets.
NISTRATOR'S SALE OF EX
CELLENT BOUH*H0LD FURNITURE,
CARPETS, etc., AT AUCTION. _Wul be ?o!d.
on FRIDAY, November 4ta. at 13 o'clock, act e
residence of tae late Win. C. Dunham, oa 5th
sstrett, ntar Main, the
HOOSEhOU) AND KITCHEN FUBNITORE,
CAltl'ETP, Ac.,
belonginff to?h' s ides'.. te, em rac'eg a general
asaoument, but tittle used.
HAM'L A ? RES, Adiulalotrator.
CCOX A LATJOHTON, Auct'rs, no 1
By James Mr Taylor,
Beal Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
?* ~ Office N o. liw Main street.
At the request of lb* owner, I thall aali at auction
on the pfemisea, on 8A?uAi>AY/ tUe 5th day of
Novemoer. wo. at 4 o'clock P. M . thxt uaTiGk
BRICK BTOItfe A^i? DWtLU^ti located ka
?mvu*, rwKiiUR Ut ICVi W Bjtcjr,
property la suitable tor ahuoae any kmd of ]
twlremoattu, for mroMuJI. wtw, Intern*.^
ed, sad cecurod by fcdeed of twutt. y * : :-'"W 1
CC?-? JAS, M, XAYLOS, Auc'r,
rpBU&TEB'd SALE OF THE VERY
? L VALUABLE V JC'PMtfSY KNOW?* am
TH* *VIEG18IA STKA"4 $UO \? H'/VIS
EBY.'V?/ Virtue of two. deed J f triist, tre
dated 24th February, I860, executed bv Oturloi y.
Morris nnd w4feto f. it Aylctt and J. If. Car
rl ngtou, trustees, JsirK;s A. bcott havwstyn
afterwards snbetitofed J rh?>jccnnd d/lcd /one l /,
1S7?. executed by said llorrl* and wife, ar.d R*,y
O. Crowley to Harveys A William*, tracts both
having been duly recorded Ja the clei kf s office .,r
Richmond Uustlnes Court, we ?Jnll sell at public
auction, on FRIDAY, November 11? 1S70, ?*n th*;
? remises, at 12 o'c'ock 3L, being required thereto
v a majority In value or the orod;t'>rg ee :o?d in
said deed?, trie very valuable reil est'te known
tlic VIRGINIA hfreAM SUGAR RiTFlNKHV
situated at RockeUa, bavinc a Hver frontAjyor
350 feet, and running back 160 feet [ or a more p.*r.
tlcul?r description reference isnndetotlieabor. .
n*n>ed dtfedftj *ogetb;r with all the valuable wh srf,
machinery, and privileges belonging thereto.
The attention of capitalists or companies desir
ing to engage In a very lucrative harness is spe
cially directed to this sale, the Works being in .->r
{ dor for immediate turning out of sugar, andhnvlu/
a field for their sale from Richmond to Ne* Or
1^' present capacity ia 150 barrels per day, ar. !
can be increased to 2*0 barrels at a verv trifling
cost. The quality of its product U already fa Tor
ably known, and ia equal to that of any refinery in
the northern State.
Immediately after the above sale we will sel? v.*
two brick tenements a I mated on the north aide or
Main street, betwein Locust alley and Wall street.
No?. 1439. 1433, fronting 47J feet and running Mr'<
143 feet to Tobacco alley, the nprer part of -which
Is known and occupied aa the Monticello Hou...
being Included in same deeds,
TicitMS of credit (which will be more liberal
than Is required by the deed,) will be annouocel
at the hour of sale.
Any further particulars ran be oh'alned of Har
Tcys tc Williams, JAMES A. SCOTT.
Substituted Trustee.
HARVEYS & WILLIAMS,
oc 10-tds Truetees.
By Lyne 4 Brother,
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agent?,
No. 1X39 Main street.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VERY
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE MTI7ATMI
ON" THE SOI 'TH WEST CORNER OK ERA * K
LIN AND FIFTEENTH STREETS, Is TIIK
CITY' OF RICHMOND. POK SALK AT ITU
LIC AUCTION.? By virtue of a ?lecrte of the
Circuit Court of the city of Hlchmmid. pro?ouu? ? i
on the 17th dny of October. ls70 In the cas?-..f
Barker, executor, vs. Carnell. wife and ?K,
I shall, as the special commissioner thereby
appointed, proce^I to sell at public auctiou,on
the premises, on TUESDAY, tne Ifithdayof no
vember, 1870, at 4 o'clock F. M.? (It* fair; If u >t.
the nex'. fair day thereafter, Sunday excepted, at
the same hour,) that VALUABLE LOT OK
LAND, with two large and desirable BUILD
IN'GSon same, used as a livery stable and occu
pied by W. H. Sutherland. Also. A BRICK
HOI7SE or STORK, adjoining in the rear, and
fronting on 15th street, and occupied by Savage
Smith as a carpenter shop. The lot fronts on the
south side of Franklin street 43 feet, more or le
and runs back on 15th street and I routs thereon
about 110 feet, more or less.
This property will be sold as a whole or subdi
vided into lots to suit purchasers.
Terms : One-fourth cash ; the residue on a credit
of one, two, and three years ; the purchaser to ? \ .
eoute negotiable notes, with Interest added- 1! .?
title to be retained until all the purchase money i
p.atdand a deea ordered bv the court.
This property is admirably suited for manufac
turing purposes.
ALFRED R. COURTNEY, ComT.
Sale conducted by Lyxe & BnoriiRit, Auc
tioneers. oc 31
By Lee & God din.
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
No. 1113 Main street.
npltUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
L IMF ROVE 1? URAL ESTATE, 2N HENRK'o
COUNTY, NEAR HARWOOD'S GROVE. AT
AUCTION By virtue of deed of tru*t bearliu
djite 2l?t day of February, 1M3, execu'ed by fin/
lett Loffland to .John R. Allen as trustee, (bavin*
l?een substituted trustee for John It# Allen i-v
order of the Circuit Court of Henrico county ni,
the 24! h day of October. 1370,) duly recorded In ti;.
office of the clerk of Henrico County .Court, * n>l
bv request of (lie bcncfi clary secured therein. I
will proceed to sell at public auction, on the
premises, on WKDnBSDaY. the 16th day ot N..
vember, 1870, that valuable TRACT OP LAND
with improvements thereon, the late residence nt
Dr. Ifazlett Loffland, situated a short distance
bevond the city or Richmond, and near the M<
chaniesvitle turnpike, containing .i bout 21 AC RF.\
uponwhhh is a comfortable dwelling and innal
out-houses for the use of the place, which has bci-u
for ve past successful'? cultivated as a miirkft
garden, said land being bounded as follows : < m
the south by the land of Coalte*'s heirs ; on tin.
cast by thos* of the estates of Edmund R. Cren
shaw, H. J. Smith, and James Talley; north by
thP land of Burton ; and on the wot bv that <>r
HlsSniSd and the said Hazletl Loffland. Tim
land will be sold as a whole or divided, as may to
thought best at the time of sale.
Tkbms: One-third cash; balance in onf. tw<>.
and tbtee vears for negotiable notes. with Interest
added at six per cent, per annum from day of s.<!- ,
ana secured by deed or XTS
oc 31-tds s'ultftltuted T?W*.
By Wellington W odd in,
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
mRUSTEE'S SALE OF SALE OF FA H M
I one I1UNDKKD AND THIH1 T-ONE ?;
() VK.-OU ABTER ACRES, IN HENRI'
COUNTY. NEAR TO HUNGARY \\ A 1 r <
STATION? fly virtue of two deeds ot -trust
cuted by Robert Orrlck to the nibscrn.er-th.- on
bearlnzdote the 11th February, 18S?; the othei .. i
March. 1^59, both tlulv recorded In Henrico ' "u: -
tvCourt-1 shall, in execution there f. proce ? t >
sella' pui?l!c auction, at the office oi \> elli?.gt>>ii
Goddln, real estate auctioneer, corner o bati*
and lull streets. In the city of Richmond. on t U
i~? \ v ilif> 4th November. 1^70, at 1 o ciotk 1 .
ttiO VaKM ofON E HUMORED AND TlJIh'l V
ON- AND OvE-QUARTKR ACRES, locate-, as
above, formerly occupied by sald orrick. ao'i be
ing th- same conveyed to him by Rkhird F . 1 > '< r
and wife by deed ol the 15th February, 1^S8.
It lies between Hungary Station and the' nal
Pits, adjoining the lands of Rylaud Ir or?L Hei.ry
Brock's estate. Ac. . , .
Terms: tnough In carh to defray ex ptnw'* <>r
sale ?nd to pay off whatever may be now due t
principal and interest on two bunds, one i?r
*348.62 and the other for fcioo ; and as to any resi
due of the pu- chase money on sur'n term* a* t !???
said Orrick shall prescribe ami direct, or on H >
failure to give any directions, theu on * credit ??i
one ^ar, bearln* Interest, prr.nerlvj secured.
OC 35 EDWARD Y. CAHNON, Trusts.
By W. Goddln,
Auctioneer and Real Folate AgeDt,
corner of Eleventh and Bank streets,
031 MISS TONERS' SALE OF VERY
Cy VALUABL* RKAL K STATE IN TH K
OF RICHMOND, AT THS SOUTH WK- I
CORNER OF MARSHALL AND HXTll
HTRKETS.? 8y Virtue of a decree ot the Court ot
Chancery far the city of Richmond, nronoui.c.-.
on the 15th of duly, 1170, In the c^e of Anderson
etc., against Anderson, etc., we shall, as special
commissioners thereby appointed, yroci^eduiRell
at puMlc auction, on lb - premises, on FHJDM ,
lbe?h or November, 1870 at 12 -o'clock M.,tUt
VERY VALUABLE LOT, with a two story
framed building thereon, now and for many jears
nut ecouDled by Mr. M. W. Swain as a retail
grocery store, fronting 15 feet 11 Incheaonaie
west line of Sixth itreet, running back on M?r.
shall street iS ft w to an alley 10 feet wide, and
signaled as Lot No. l in tne division of the re*,
?sta-e of the late Frederick Anderson.
Tills property Is Justly regarded aa ?jnal to 1 '<?
best buslnep.i location In the city, being opp
to the Shockoe Hill Market. . ,
TElt>ffl : One-fourth caj?h ; bnlanco at a, 1-. ?>"
18 tnouths for negotiable noU-s, Int^^t ad<lethai'
title retained till all ?;t
paid and a convevance ^d'-red bv Uic cour..
WALTER HARBl-oN, > com'ers.
0C 25 ANDR v. W JOHNSTON, {
By Grubbs * WUllam*.
Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents,
Kk-venth etreet, between Main and Ban*.
Auction sale~~of a framed
DWELLING. A STORE, AND <?t.\ KK A U
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING L^TS. -Ojt TBI
DAY. loth Novemuer, commencing at M
P. M., we will sell upon Premiss Uiefollowluif
real estate, to wit: The PR AM ED D^KLLl
on Flckett or New street, between
owned and occupied by Samuel G. JfJheii
It has four large roomB lAjKd
with two rooms, coal and wod-hoa^ ?t*b? '
carriage-house, andawe l of water. The mpr^e
ments are all new. The lot Is M bv W4 reet : to **
alley 20 feet wide. After which will b??old a L T
next to the above ? by 16* fwL ?p?n fauTIFI ' i .
Is a framed store; and THREK BEACTIt
BUILDINGS adjoining each abdut v \ bj W feet
to an alley SO feet wide. Also, a L )T on i ?
street, between L and il streets. jS ?
a LOT on 28tli street, between M ami N strceti, u
by 130 fe?!t.
TKRMti-. At A WILLIAMS, Ancts.
By A. C. Pulllam, Auctioneer,
southwest corner Main and Fourteenth street*
VALUABLE FaSm-THRKE Ill'N
V DHKD AND TEN ACRE'; LANO^V 'TM
IMPROVK-M?NT8 THERKON. ^.^mv.VvU
FEoM RICHMOND. Og T HI 4 "gSSrV
A)Jb DANVILLE RAILROAD. IN CHfcSi t
FIELD COUNTY, AT ALCTIo>..-By re-^u i
of Mr. John H. Burton, I will sell oath? P?n>,7: '
on SATURDAY, the llh n?Vv osi \ I <'
at 12 o'cloek M..ONE HUNDRED AND ma ?
ACRES front on the I anvllle railroad ' r.
dred and ten of which are cleared. )V,._
?woods. The land la In good heart. J he hni %
menW on U?l? P?rt consul of a kood DW aJ ^J
with .la rooms, BARN. STABLKS, ICE-HOl^.
and all necessary out hcn*?, and a can
The reiualolnir one hundre.l and tttty 4
ewllv be divided into two smitl farm*,
smal l rrame dwelling on each. .
Trapsportation can be had by rail, canal, o
iron road, l>elnK ouly one wile rrom J,al'ies?rU ' "...
Professor Gtlb?m has pronounced it an ??
V.vn.l ..... Mhcjn ff ?-??
9-15train, A. ML, and return bv the3 P. M- '
Tehms : One-half caah ; baUnce ? l- a ^ d
mouths, negotiable nous, lnwirwt^i-^j
by^trustdced. A' C' 1 Auh^"^,
By Welliugtou Goddln.
Attctlouecr and Real Estate Agtui,
corner Bank and Uth streeU.
npilE beautifijl'residenj.^
I known as thev;i>avis man of
YOB SALE AT AUCTION?At U? ^ ,tii ,,
Messrs. John K. Montagu^ H, L. Kcn^ ^
G realtor, U Hinttj r^iwcli, I ?>'*" M'l'
nance Committee of tlte City cou % ? ,jk( ?h
at auction, on 0>e Im* t beautiful
"";Xv%r
wortiS-wlde repotttlon that it Udeewed*
?an to give any particular description o?
looatloa aad neighborhood aree>iual to ^ -
Rich 3K>a4 anSby waaon ot it* v
RSj^ontlng on HI aSratt, adjoining tl^resid**
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