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MONDAY
letter fflrono aa ?M F?fr*; # ; '
, a qtrssnox or tub timbs.
lb fto JBa^off <>f Sashuile Union and
American*
Fence or no fax*, dotf* w shee^ Orant
or Greedy, choir or con^re^Uonai M^r^f
are mm oi the ouesUotw befo^the tgrf*..
I beg permission to kav* at rest fences
dogs, sfieep, Grant, and ?
cuss choir or congr^tional"io^^ ?
? Tt iTin atnenl so nmcb more artistic,
??&? . & ? tbc mu
ta^T^utoSW <ifi ^?sss;22ss:
afford a fine opportunity tQ nj*7
rality of the church people as ft sliming ligt
?f<r!^S?ed ' Ifcoir wjll *a*&f 8
audience as a star company or an opa*^e*
the preaching be of wfetfevet
fbus gave the minister from the mortification
of footing on empty pews
d. Members of the congregation may not
feel at all times id tbC Humor of praising,
God, whiie choirs may be justly supposed tw
be ever in tune, for tbey are paid. , i
e. The singing of operatic airs in churth
exhibits a desirable connection between reli
gion and the world, and though Handel,
Beethoven, and Mendelssohn, Whops in the
church, and other divines, be boiTor^njck
at hearing opera airs sung in tbe bouse ol
God, that does not alter the case , what i*
beautiful in an opera-house must be beauti
ful in a cburcb.
t Choir shiglns offers a welcome oppor
tunity for individual skill to show off to Jfie
best advantage, increasing one's renown, .and
that of the whole community. It must, how
ever be confessed that cboira sometimes'
labor under gr^at difficulties,
with which th?y ^r^ountcd onl> beara
tbe more emphatic testimony to the tupc- ,
rl?J( 7h?choir Xm^ of a quartette, a prfron
donna will not suffer a rivul singer at her
side, neither will a first-rate tenor, ba??, or
alto. The soprano may get out of vou-o
either bv a cold of an exhausting eaden za,
when the watchful tenor or bass will catch
tbe melody and carry it by inversion, as the
learned organist calls it, three, four, or live
times below tbe alto part.
The soprano or the alto, or both together,
or perchance tl>e whole choir, may be at
tacked by coughing; then the, choir' seems
to have played out ; but here the organist
may show himself eqi'al to the emergency
by drawing all stops and making a note suffi
cient to drown twenty voices. Tbe singers
recover, the sounds of the organ decrease,
and the pious congregation is earned into
ecstacy by that magnificent swell. t( Oh, it
i mi grand !" .
' Not a Tittle annoyapce is caused to tbe
choir when some old-lisWoncd, pious soul,
c ?rnmonlv a female, a member ol tbe,cf)f)grc7
gition, forgets herself so far as to join in tbe
singing of some well-remembered tunc, p
proceeding. whiofe the choir cannot submit
V>. The latter will quietly pnt a. stdp to it i
by baifcytf silent, .when the timid1' voice In the
congregatibn' will soon be hushed,' never to
awake again. , ?* . . ?'./ ' '
In regartf to the improvement of the choir
systerV We have nothing to say ( we consider
it, j>erfoct * * * abomination in the sight of
the Lord. J 4 . ,*
CONGEEOATlONAl. SINGING.
It was one of the great prineiplesof the
reformation4 to' do away With the order of
priesthood. by recognizing in eVery true1
Christian a prifot of the Most High. It is
\Vell known that tbe Anglican Church did
not go thus ffir. On the contrary; While
a bol i-diing the corruption to which that office
bad led, It retained, nearly unabridged* the
rites of public worship under the name of a
cathedral service. The priest, deacon, and a
6hoir,- cctatfniied to be' tbe officers and repre
sentative of tire corigregntlon, which latter,
under sUeb circumstances, could be looked
tpon not as participants but as auditors. It
canuot be denied that the cathedral servicers
Well calculated to impress powerfully the
minds of all who listen to ft; yet it oilers,
nevertheless^ only the shadow for the sub
stance, for as much as the text of that service,
contains the praises of God, petitions lor for
giveness, tlianksgivlngs for blessiussj
thoughts ahd emotions which should burst
forth from the hearts and lips of all Chris
tians at all times, but especially when assem
bled for public worship. Parochial churches,
which could not enjoy that service, imitated
so much of it as couid be done with usleo^<>r
choir, and the eclat and success which
choirs? aided by novelty often? achieved in-,
duced other denominations, contrary to their
origin* aim, and interest, to establish choir*,
not unfrequently against the protect of far
seelug and - devoted members .of, their
churches. > ? -
With the exception of the churches of Ba
varia and of tbe Court cbapel at Berlin,
wheite the lata King Frederick WillfirtriTV .
about 1849 established a dome choir prepara
tory to a contemplated union With the An
glican Church: the Protestant chuiehe# ol
Germany do not countenance cbolr singing ;
and tVe would like that the friends of choral
singing in this country couid listen to those
sublime strains, as u Come, Holy Spirit," the
old " Vehi Creator," which unU'ormiy is
sung without the organ accompaniment, }or
Luther's " A Strong Tower is our God," or
" Christ is Risen" ? the last known to the
people for a thousand,, years, as tbey/borue
on the mighty waves ot organ tones, reecho
from hill and dale. Think of that, and then
of the little, flimsy singing of a few husky or
so-called sweet voices of a choir. What a
difference !
There Is indeed something similar to be
heard every now and then during the revi
vals in tbe Methodist churches, when the
spirit rises on the strong wings of fkitb and
not on tbe little quills of the choir. Why
drop that congregational sinking again aud
again P Why turn from tbe inspiring gran
deur of tbe old hymns to littleness and in
significance? Why exchange old, tlnKsbon
ored tunes for frivolous and unbecoming
melodies f Why disregard , wantonly the
predilections ol so many aged church mem
bers, who yearn for tbe tunes their mothers
and grandmothers sang? Ye ministers,
watchmen on the tower* of Zion, will you
allow yourselves to be led' by the tashlona
bles of your churches, who say: "Let us
have a choir t " Tell them that their parlors
are more suitable places for fashionable music
than churches. Wbal; is your feeling when
you say " the congregation jvlu sing No.
L. M., and you know that a slender choir,
will poorly respond ? Old Hundred has be
come now the only property of tbe congre
gation, which it trill sing in spite of the
sneers atHj derision of tbe members of the
CbohV -Mi ? V ?' n:'
Let us bear In mhsd that congregational
singing may be awde attractive not merely
by w? force, but that by welMireeted exer
cisc? ethec beauties are attainable, as, for
^instance, subduing and swelling the voice
according to the tenor of the words, or sing
ing in pans, or in an atrtlpfeonal style by
sinking alternate between the cuaie and fe-.
^male portion of the congregation as it is
done by the Moravians, litis not too l*te
to arrest the corruption Of church nusdel
Boldness and firmness on the part of the
minister, aided by' the sebstble members of
the church, wfll.jn^^iK^q^possible.
Three weekly meetings of the congregation
for the purpose of mflyto^ tunes, the fctttr'
selected by a committee, would enable the
people to learn during the first month at
least twelve tunes, a number to be Increased'
for every successive montb. For the first
study of eougf^gatkmal singing we would
recomn**d; i ! ,y \
Arlington, AHertoa, St. Ann's, Bulerra,
Betliany (Hearer my God), Beverly, Cam
bridge, Chimes, Coronation, Duikers,- Pun
dee, Grace (Grace is a ctatrfuinc sound V,
Hebron, I Would Not Live djmkjnst *8
1 Am, Klngsley, Laneaboi^, LttchflSd, Meri
den. Moriub, Mea.lon, Old Hun.Jr^, IV
^;':Jron shina^s have
and are said to be bm expensive te state! 1
They are made about six todies by thirteen j
inctes I? size, ajwJ fazlwrt >vUh headim
UallS. ? '''' ? ' ? ? ? ? * * ? *?
AtttlW1 ?rjr wkiwm.v
oPc^ored people
Resofctions were adopm *ejradls?%
<JJ?rfe* eatmetykvd rHStmiog attachment
to til# Republican patty;' *4
' 1 / I 1 ? 1 1
<-5^j 'X .;' "-. **** intB|y*' - -
T?OR BENT. U^BRSC^D WELLING ,
JO 209 east Clay etrocu < IJaa .nltfiit fooinsj
with >?Ui and c!o**t on npp?* Bofcr. I'osm*
frlr^n immediately. Apply on the rremliw*, or to
/T. SMITH,
JPJ&L . r.it
T?OR KENT, THREE VERY PLEA-#*
JF SA.NT ROOMS on's**ma flow (to WWchiSai
the third floor may be added ft desist), with Kitchen
ami wt^rt-tjouae ? la ? Kood nelglmerfaood. Po ?ics
slo.) given at'vbcr, 'Apply at ilfl Seventh street,
betwee i Marshall and Clay. an 5-2 1*
P>R RENT, tbcf 8ECOND FLOOR,***
containing THREE ROOMS, of ho tree No. IV#
, 003 Si tin stmt, bctwect* sixth and** v*ntti ttreet?, i
; ?pp<w4tc jthe Arlington Hon*. For further partlcu- '
;lartA|H>fy to F. W /CHRISTIAN,
ottoccMcRse A Christian,
an 5rlw? u</7 t jqu Midti street.
T WJLSH TO a -rr- nii^
J. HOUSE, GAKDER.'IaO TtJKEE
darlnf August and September***-# family desiring
A delightful rrtrwrt front the tfcaat- and dHrt of the
f.wr^ TTcrnis moderate. Address, 'VH. H.," Frede
rtekgimrgj Va.<y ? ' f ' 1 i JW>^<W -
T?i>R RENT/ 1 knzry awt deiri'rabledfa
T rtUICK. DWELLING on the cast ofjfca
Sixth atreetbejopd Lelrh, "at ?present ocetmled by
M?Jo? L. K. Page, eontalnjng ten room*. Tcttehe?
wi til lour rixiins. gas, water, and all modt-rn' oonve^
idtnces. Possession gtvettabbtft Mh Ire-tan?. Apply'
to j "'GRUHBS St WILLIAMS.
?u aj-u . ' ! * ' ' ' .
1?OU RENT, MY FARM, CONSIST-^
jC.'WG of TWO HUNDRED 'ACRES, wlthei*
; IiltKUx DWELLING of six rooms, aud usual oat^
i IvwwHi, In food order* altoated three Julius from j
'lUahrtond, on New Market road. If not tented
privately befrre'flie loth of Angrtstft nil] he rented I
i?ui?Uc>y (fflw be ore the 13th, of which due notice
wM he'etven.' . -! ' ' ?
I ofc-o desire to sewn* the ^errlces of a young"
n?-tn to take rharre of a farm of l>K> acres cme'uille
bobvwj the abovc-natoed' place. sKor nartlcn tar#;- 1
apply: to GEORGE TURNER, 'v
..I jyr^t-Th.8jbbod2tr? 1 No. 3313 FrafrfeUn street.
pUilt REN'ft-^Intendingiti) rerab??i
iJL our new aud commodious warehouse' mUL
VSi i Aliln ?treet. we offer tor rent tlie verV tfssrra
h>e on Thirteenth street, at preMjnf
pied try n*. I'??*MKlon-g1vf.*tj ist of SeiitemberV . 1
, ?ARDNEIti VARLTON .t BALDWIN.
au 3-2w '"i' : ?
TpaK ,RENT,^TaHES Nos, 2 {?nd;3
JJ JTfcarl IHockiFoaitcenth street. Apply tn
^jC-Zt-S^Wtm ., ; | LA^<JA-S1 |.h ^ CO.
T7uUi RENT, tlie two NEW DWELL
X J3SGS /hi -Main street l-etwcen Flj>t ami Soi5~i
canfl.'-eoutolutug el?l?t rooinh ?ud all modern lu?
provfflncnls. 1'osse^lou given ,n,^e4^r.0J^o^I)p,y
JyVf-tw - Np. SO broad street.
Wl'lES,
I' U V
!i | filtY STABLE, ?
k4?i> ? - T^msgrn: , iK?.spi
W? !m?vo Jpet rcalved another frewh mpn^r ot
HOJtSKS VliMCt lrojn the West, aud will be pleased,
for otir fricuds to cill and rnake their sekctlort
earlvj ? ' ' TL'ttKEK S CO.. IMvIh's old aland.'
{ , i ' ' ALSO,
18 MCLESJntt received, making our stock and as
sortment flr-it-ratc. ^.{au J-gtj g & CO.
f <!
jyjtJLES, KULESj
?lui^l received eighteen KINK HliOKK
MPLE8, turlccdrom $130 to.<a85t Wlllu_
reeelye a car 1'Mid of HOKSES and MUL1JS next
lnt'ld .Apply at my stahles ou if rauklln between
ElghteeuwuudNlueteeuth ftreots.
auj-^od KDMOXI) KOSSIEIIX.
1 $ A \M, 8IX VOI>NG ANDi
L
,11 AMN'ESS. HIONKY CADY, G?3*u*
3>10t* near rfrtnover Courthouse.
jAX G n A N 6 E /m~6a1e.: An?>
JV LIVERY S1UJU.E. . f!RANKLJN2iS4i.
f?THK KT BETWEEN^ F.tGllTEENTII AMI
IflNETKENTII. KICH]ST0NI>, VA? MULES und
Il<nn%KS for'naj^.1 I'artlflftin want of stock will tlnd
It to their Interest, to c#)l and look at the ?ipt-k.i All
stock warranted as rcpreseuhid. Stock, Liken on
} very.
jy tl<<m i ;'-'r'!! . . , E >NI> Br^Sl^P t'y '
i^iciiiNGEy SALE.
S-J AND L I VERY STABLE,
FRANKLIN STREET,
(vn'rLE^ AVD^mRi?Es K( TR SAf.E.
pNrtliMln wautol'Ktock wllllindlt^o Ui<-lr Interest,
after, liHikfjit ^?e Where, to ftu I 9? "us If U?0v wIhIi to
purchase No. J MITI^ES ntid H'?lf55KS; for we. arc
prepjtmi to sfttl fh6 flrt(?t stock at' the IOwtet prlcce. ,
pop? forget J. B. D^vk'a old : SER #' t'? )
We rau afcOnitn'odafe more MULEbund HOUSES
on LIVERY by day or mouth.
utjt "- m TV. turjtlk; a ,<rp.
K3VF.lt AXD nCTAjl iSTE^MKKS^
^nchor June Steamer's,
S AILINO
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND, SATURDAY.! /
Fiifc^'Ugers l?ool,?<l to and l'rom railway stations
of .^caporN in England, Iceland, Scotland, Norway,
Rwedeti, iX'umark.tiernum^ Fr?n<'e;;1?oIlaud, Bel
glnia, and theUultOd States. . .. , , . ,
( ?alitn fjhV frohi New Yoik to Lort'do<i. Liverpool.
Oln^g(nV,orDerry, hy Weduewlay's sfi'amer, %i)' '
? ' By gavirtkiyVH steamer,' $es and Jp7.">.- ! ? ' ? ?
? Kxcmsihn tickets $120. ; All payable In enrrwicyJ
l*;uinei?geM t looked DIPUCT from Palermo,' Qentu,
Me>slua,aud Trieste; ito Ncrtr York. 1 ? ' ?
( al'in, $iw; steeraRC, ^65. Payable In currency.
For further Information apply to * "?? ?
i >? ? HfJNDEItSON BROTHBRSf
7 Bowliug Green. N. Y., or .
, f.\ J'.iW'j WYATT, Atri-nf. -1 f
Jy 4-Tij^,' : i 3 governor street, Richmond. Va.
\y EHS Tt) ,
LINE OF STEAM-.
J ERS TO LIVKRPOOL, -OrEENS-c
TOWN, OLAHfiOW, AND LONDONDKKRY"
FROM NEW YORK, <c*0 ; TO NEW YORK, *34,
IN CUKR ENVYv? Tho safe, flrst-ohtas Iron steam !
shljii of this line will sail' as follows: "WEDNEH*
DAY, J7thi and SATURDAYS, 2ith aud 27th ol
AprP, and SATURDAYS, 4tli, Uth, and 18th ol
May, and twice every following week, from CU
N-AED'S WHARF, Jersey idty.
? CHARLES FBANCKLYNi ?>.
* iu two . Agent. New York. :
f j SAMUEL AYRK8. Agent,
Rk'hiuoiid,No. 1320 Malu, corner Fourteeuth street,
ap'25-am
For/Sew vork-.?ou) 'do-' '
MLK^ON STEA>1SHIP COMPANY.^
The gtdc^wlieel steanuihliw OLD DOMINION
WYA\T?KE, 5SAAC BELL, SARATOGA, NI
AGARA. ALBEAlAPLK and HATTERAS, leaw
Sew York for Norfolk. Cltv IMnt, and Richmond
? every TUESDAY; THUHSbAY, and SATURDAY
at a [o'clock P. M.
Richmond e^-erv TUESDAY, -FRIDAY;
jTutrvn 4 v Lt/ri. ?!,l.
They hayeeleguni
and SUNDAY, at high tfde.
( Ttltise sbl}>s are entirely new. They hu
saloons, stateroo4ifii^rtid; bat&ifrmCb'i
| ( The fare, accommodations, uud atttntL-u, are un
surpassed. ' ~V|lltr? '? / 1 ? 1 I H
Close connect lone made with h teamen- for ali South
| eru and European port5.
Far 1'urthur inforoaaUon, apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
my JW , .*? , No. 3 Governor streeL
PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND
JL AND NORFOLK STEAMS HlPc^__
LINE?FOR PHILADELPHIA TWICE
WEEK. -Steamers NORFOLK, EMPIRE, and J.
S. GREEN, composing thU Ibie. will leave Rich
mond every MONDAY and .THURSDAY *t 15
o'clock Mm and PhUadeiphla every WXDNESIfASf
artd SATURDAY al ihe same hour, alternately.
Freights received daily (Sundays excepted) for all
parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, aud Delaware :
also foe Charleston, Savannah, aud New Oi1eaus,-uia
bUls o? lading stomal through.
Freight taken for Norfolk at moderate rates.
Passage to Philadelphia, Including meals and
Btateroomt 98. "*t 11 ?
. ? "W. P. PORTER, Ag?nt, ?
No. 343ft Dock street, Richmond.
| , WaUAM P CLYI)E^& CO.. Agenla
.'?jk It No. 14-yorfol^Sk PMla^Iphla. '
T?tXR, 1*1 Y E RPQUL AND
JO ^UEENSTOWN, IN MAN LINE OF,
. MAIL STEAMERS, SAILING FROM NEW
/ YORK EVERY SATURDAY AND
1 ALTERNATE TCEKDAYS.
BATES OF PA^SaGK.
P*ya ()le )a Gold, j i j;i Payahle; In Currencya .
ttr# fcftbliv '. . , .Jlfc I Steuragc ?h
To London.?,..?.v.r1r Tq Lonil'iu, 26
To Paris.....*...::..:.;. 9e| To Paris 3f
Tickets sold (o and from England, Ireland, and tlk
Continent, at moderate i ates.
... f... - ' m.> Richmond. Vs.
TAMEB RIVER
V T COMPANY.
'Jtiw ?
NEW YORK, PHILADEPHIA. BALTIt
MORE, NORFOLK, PORTSMOUi
>? r '? <rr?
" lEif
iXSO^yO^Otli POTNT AND "VUEDE
! | bEAU" (SEW EEL'S POINT).
? '_i -Li / 1 * J ,U^VZ3!2Zffi>?&' -m&i
Ooni
froi
?
JXAYS, at EJ A. BL, MO mnrns on xuewy,
!
Line steamers for Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New
YoA- .'?& yu?a?t J ( ,<r c i<?
<* Ttntft k# vet City Point for Petereborg on arrlva
of ateamer. , ? > .j ? + i
Fare to New York .......... ..fU M
Faieto Philadelphia, * so ,
Poe to BMttkfolil AL.Ur.i;sU. ^v..<.rA.\.v. ?w
Fare to 1 M j
Excursion Uckets to Old Point and "Vne d
fcUSan and return, S4. < Sood eattl waed. ?;
1 ?^ua
WFrelglit received from 7 a^:M. tHl e P. hi.
- i Freight for way-landings must irtipMpald.
? -The steamer Sylvester will befchSrtfcn-d fbr eve?
OftJfe.C-omrranv's whirl'. :.':tv
Branch office, .iracr Main and Ninth **** * 4 ]
*" " " 'I 'lii ?' hi will ?'l-'jUito'l?' it
KINDS OF JOB WORK NEATLY
AT TSS ?I8FAICH fRlNT
B0C8?
?v
TO KENT, THE BLUE
.OPEm.lttaK
A popHs? ba* beenf?r
yca'ri tbe Btstt of tJioJSsS
rented on ve*r F?
?ddp? ^wra*W>4 drP?t' ^"^^iMEY. ?
-*f ? |f ? ' ' _ ? ^/tva .?, TT.AfiB
XUlAJJTED, iramedbteJy, by the BICH
l '?? f MOVD WINK COMPANY. ORAPEiS tn
!anv (fuaatlty. fot which tbe Jifglitu tsish price
I Trfffl he pilrt. for particulars aCl an TVBTEAHKS,
E???Jat his office on Moinstrecfc. ? > jy Ctt-?l5W:vrit
WANTED/ A SITUATION AS
! * f TEACHER tora public or private school by
a Y (XCSS MAN capable of teaching . the Latin,
Greek. French Ikrtgtcijres, with English and
mathemrfQw: Kefertv&s given If ncwtsary. Ad
dbtfoh luyx 3&.DI, Bale tn, Roanoke coueiy, Va.
&h 3-UlvrZ*
first-clasj SAW
to employ a firstrcla
?y J YEK. 2??a?otlwrJfceedyj?'K.\jm,
,i .? . ' f^,tiih side of the Dock,
| rv>tw?>n N?*t?nth and Twentieth streets,
aa 2-2t#
TENANTED, A GOOD COOK. Recoro
f f . mendatJons rttjfflred. Apply at No. UOf,
corner ICOM ?ad Fourwaith streets. ?? au2-3t ?
HO0SE-SERVANT sttd WASHES and
IRONER wanted at No. 635 "Fifth street. j
Htehest wages paid for a ftrrt-ratn servant. i I
Z i ??;? ?? ? ; Jy 37-gt?
^4>NE-CUTTER.S WANTED, to cut
?'etlfWg af. ?<?. per foot. Apply at office of
.Juiik* fti'vec firaiiite Comjuury. No. 4 aortli Kle
venthstre&Mlfclunond. Va.. or at quarry, two jullcs
below? Manchester, Va. Board furnished at the
quarry ; ' ? ' ?? 1 ? : . ? ? n Jy g<-gw
CJUlfAC WASTED- ? We pay ?be fcfrfcest
O market price lufASH for SUM AC. The fraves
icu?l be of green coflrr, well dried, and free from
tand, sticks, and lierria,-.- ;We receive ft either at.!
our tannery, la Mancf?<?ter; or in Rlcfrnwrod, at
Kwkelta inUl?, adjoining? City Gas "Works ; at any |
landing or railroad/dcpot ; oral our store. No. 14 Hi |
.Main Ptrcfct.
jv j-dAwgrn . . HlTLST <fc KfNfT:
.WANTED, WOMEN" and GIRLS for
!' ? V ? lh&r-claas families In Boston, Mas*-, and New
: York and New Jersev. J have MT^ral orders for
j; two or three servants, in the ?amc ixuiilles, at very
&fflgh wages. -Apply at ooc-e to ,, ,, i
P . . J. P. JTJSTIS, Lofcei? Agent,
JTiy,. . No. 9 Flfteer>fB-street
| j j f tWSINESB WAJfm ? ?
WA^Wlfc PURCHASERS FOR BEST
? ? i Clox'a1, and hall, Wlntcrjwek hiwrp
mid ball, and "I'thrjcttt COALoof allue^crtptt^na. j
I<V>rsiile at the K-vmy ittarkct prJcoa, Also, OAK
and i?I S E Ti' 0017 f mqgVsavVCti, at?d unsa-wed. Per
sons wanting to lay W?tW1ir winter' snpplr nre In
vltedito call and seemtr^i tfifnk I can aWesatfe
faction. : . . . , ? it. O. GAKY,
; , j No. J1S Eighth sliv&Ai&i packet Iii tiding. 11
'jyi>-M,WA8im / " ?; ? ?> ? ??; ?? ? .1
Wanted, pijEchasej^ jp-or good
Tt ! Jlf'ILDING LOTS hltuatec? 3rf-' high untl
healthy ground near the dtj-. l'rlrf??iity fcfi, in
uiontlily Instalments of $1 cach. Call af^mwon
1,1 ? ... . E.B. NKWWW, I
j?*2 ' ion Main &eei.
4 ?
KKAi; K^TAT^ AT^ AT^S A Lr*^
FjR SALE TRIVATELY, beautifully
located LOTS on 3I;Uu BtTWt near Morbiii^
[ flnwflfr garden. Wc Iwvc for sale 8EVEK A L IA)1 jj
! Lit litis mrf'Hy Improving l?x?iily wlilcli we can tell
' 6n3ibern! tormsand long credit.
1 : " HILL & GODD1N, Heal Estate Agents
tt? g_at No. 11CW Main street.
T70R RALE PRIVATELY,- FOUR
r UCJtES OF LAND on the ?irove road one
1 ttifleSrroiri tlin corporate llmlt< ; bcantlfnlly rftnatwl,
; and pearly el) In original growth oata. Woulu make I
a nice site for a suburban villa, ^rtii^ tery UbeniL
)i niih' to 11ILL & GODDIHf
Api Y Ileal Estate Agents,
ail 3-3t No. 110a Main street.
A BHB URBAN R KSIDENCE FOR SALE,
A OK EXCHANGE FOIt CITY PKOPERTY.i
A bdautiful yUBUKBAN K KS1DEN CE ii rar lo
and Kc4 of the city limits, cons Wliw rf. TEN TO |
TWENTY ACKES OF HIOH1A -IMPROVED
GAHDKN LANI), wrlthn sniall orchard of clH'icc
fruit Itrees.BttawbeiTy plant-:, asparagus bedswuiu a
conwnleirtly-arrauged VltAMBl) DWELLING- Jj"
lliorough repair, with a yard matlv arranged *loi
srche^. walks, Ac , ornamented with >lncs, s?irni?
Aiiiiiv ui11 "* "?"ssgasttw^"
?u>11r : ' " ' ? .111.1 Main stm-L
YURLTON STILL IN .MARKET.? Uav
V !ii,g sold the Boning Spring farm, we are
still offering for ?ale tbe beautiful ( ARLTON
ESTATE adjoining the town of I'bariottesvllh; autl
in bight of tbe UiUversltj- of VligJ"la.
Till" plaice combines manv attractions : First.
SIX HUNDRED AND EIGHTY ACKE8 of choice
fanning land, about one hundred acres low ground,
fl'wo oiour liest farmers have, after carefully riding
-over tbe nlnce, declared that they could readily clear
Koto per nuutitn from it. The buildings are ban- 1
80UI6 tand convenk'Ui; tb? fcrounda Liiu out wi.n I
lasto and omamenle.l with jno?t Juxnriant growth
of eynrtreciis. WltWRoid hetilth^p:oocl?^)ek%^%TiTt!?J
climate, and educational advantages, together with
scenerv scarcely suritasscd in toe llnltcw SUtes, we
think CARLTON would please tbe most/as tidious in
seirch of an agreeable home. .
Possesion can be lud on a few days notice, and
the pupchaf-er may also obtain the elegant furniture
now in the residence.
Persons from a distance are Invited to view the;
?premises ;uid. satisfy themselves that It more than
Xu I fi Jh onr description.
"28??"' abmi- john wooi>.jb? ::
"I J N. H. MABSlfi,
i |yirr-?awiw ' '? Trustee.".
By Robcrtsou & litonaiy-'h,
; Real Estate Ajrents andVAuctloneers,
ilancheatiT, Va.- ?> '
TT'OR 8 ALE PRIVATELY, PROPERTY
JL OF EVE It Y DESCRIPTION in the In mi of j
I Maifchnster, fnchtding large and Finail Urlck and
' Fnioitd Houses, and Vac*ut Lots in all parts of the
town. ,\V? luive also for sale a number of very ue
-IraMe FaiW In CbeKtertfeid and the adjoining
couuiies. In ail of the at-oie-mentioned proi erty
gr?'at UargnluaafcnUi'red. .1 , |
V fTarticular attention given to the renting and
leasing of property antfi auction sales of personal
property. ltOBfcltTaON A BRONAUGH,
- office opposite tho court-housc. j
Jy |8f>-3m Hull street, Manchester, Va.
By Moody & Royal!,
Heal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
{ Office corner Seventh and Hull street*,
Manchester, Va.
FOR SALE PRIVATELY.? We have
for sale FOUR very desirable BRICK DWELL
INGS situated on Fourth street, in good order, at
low figures and liberal terms. . L~ ?
We have also sereral gootl FRAME D^Y ELI.
IN 08, rituated in various jiartsof the town. Thi3
property 1? in good crdtr, aad at low ntea, and
terms Imeral. , .
Also. hMALL FARMB near fi.e town, with and
witboatlmprovexneuu? teadsof g^x>d character and
bigblv susceptible of improvement
We'wiU take pleasure in sbowiug Jiie property or
gig^any^formatlon ?
CU>LA.C MILL FOE SALE OB RENT.?
C5 A most complete SUMAC MILL far ^aleor reot,
sitnated in Petersburg, Va., about five y.trds from
the railroad. The machinery consists ol a b?iler,
engine, reels, elevators, conveyers, beltiiig,v^rung,
glaring. Ac. ; all in perfect order. The sRa ition of
the lnlll is an admlrabte'one, as it po^sessCT.a great
manv advantages? as fo lows : The rent ofw e ndll
hulkting It very mwtorate ; the water is convey ed to
the mill from the river; the proximity to tlte ail
road enables tbe purchaser of sumac to deliver Jt at
the mill, and all sumac ground to be carried and
placed on tbe railroad, tiiercby savin* water r?ent
amfcailaice on sumsc bought and sold. The rajv ?
city of tbe mill is about 1,000 tons per annuuknn -1
same may be increased to lfKW tons IT desired. Fan ?
tkis'wtslilng to engage In tl?e business need have no
featb about obtaloiug a snfflcient quantity of pnmac
leaves to keep tbe mUl esapluyed during the whole
year, as it is tbe inoaLproducUve section of tbe State,
and labor ?ui I>e enraged at a less rate tlum any
where else in the southern States. Terms liberal.
iwffKff-' .
JvlC-lm / ?iVr , , , , .box 90, Petersburg. Va. , J
r)UILDI^Gf^OXS IN WOODVILLE
i> FOR S/2iEPRl VATKLY^-ONE HUNDRED
mriLDING JLPTS, 30X110 feet, in the gix>wlugvU;
bga of WowvITle. consisting of about FoBT> ,
,A?'RKS ot beautiful Sable JUnd, at the uortheru
tertplnus of Twenty-fifth street, Church HUi.wUh |
(vinunber ot booses ?t?fcbed ?hI, others being
cr*<ted, a church, aahcol, Ac., and other improve
ments attractive to tbe roan of moderate means, ,
whose attention should be particularly (flirted to l
Uilal property,
s co..
\ U13 Maiu meet.
Building lots in Manchester
| FOR SALE PRIVATELY.? Filty tejutiful
BUILDING LOTS, W b}' 167 feet, in Purcell s
and CUbeU'a exteusiou or Marx's additJon to
Manchester on tbe east, convenient to Mayo's
"IfiTm iPPy,?
tOAHOFFICR
XX ^'harris^SSotSeb,
LOAN OFFICE,
T NO. 1931 MAIN MMMMM
Ijetween Fifteenth and Sereutwulh streets,
.. LEND MONEY OS
SILVERWARE, CLCniDNli,' DRY UOODS,
and all other personal property.
AU UumweUons kept strictly eoaflttenttfiJ.
(IDS' Hxaj
Auctioneers, and Re*l E5iate A8^|^|^|
SSIONEBS'* BAl.E OF VALUA
3?r??ssi ssggBE^ I
wW, on
fdtnulelflUifc'
essssuSS!! as* ffi assess#
Mc<vraaCT,?jra?s^>2FV3L t i*n t
'AL?, ? ?
above-named
AND FORT.vwU?
tfrtindrr. deceased, of Eletcher. ,. ? .
"aL<*>, blXTY-SIX ACHES OP LAND acr the
Pbort romp, pmrhajanJ of John' and Miry Jams,
and other*. ? ? <
Also, all Interest in. t*>. an<l out of. nil C OA**
LANDS an* COAL RIGHTS (Jevf*d by fc. x t
Grader. fecete&& hy his will, to WHItem jf. Mt<*
'Cruder ai?d Z. KMcGrader, i. ?./? ?,:;i
? All the above^teacrfbed property la ;corul4urcd
Tery Trainable amf desirable on *<wunt of location,
improvements, and coal: and pertctw deahsa* of
gureha^ng^are requested to examine the property
. Txtaaro* SaLe : orra-afth of t??e pwehaae money
will required to be paid in cash; therMkJoeott&j
credit of six^ twelve, eighteen, and twenty -foti n
?months, tbe jmrebasers ex ecntfnir their negntlahV"
notes for the deferred pa ynienCMHtb1*rterest*t?b <4
rate of six per centum per anunm added from da j
> of Kile, nndlegai title retained by tbe curt until U e:
entire purchase money Is paid.
JAMES C. TAYtO*. '?
JOHN A. MEREDITH, I
? F. T. TURNER". ,
Jy R-Ms Special CoaunlssJogen .
. ; Itv Richardson & Co.. ; .
. Real Estate Agents and A nctloneers*
No. 1 J 13 Main street. . >
A DESIRABLE BRICK STORE WITH'
DWELLING ABOVE A?I>! IIP THE i
BEAR, ON THE NORTH HIDE OF CAJRYj
STREET BETWEEN FOITbBEE AND ADAMS'
STREETS. FOR SALE BY AUCTION.? We shall i
-* vnviitiv i
13 nJLL>lV CA V/??JU< ? ? ? _
and] In the rear, located as above, oon- J
tainingflverooina bealdes closets, with gas nud wa- j
ter on' the premises. The lot fronts 27x152 feet and
has *n alley iu the rear 16 feet wide. This property,
on account of ltd situation. Is amongst the most desira
ble of its character in the city. As a residence Its
fiize is such for M-lilch there is great demand in such
a locality, and a.s a plac?i of business for n retail gro
ccrva lucrative patronage might be expected. i
Irhms : One-third eaeb; balanrc in six and
iwelve months with inter* *t. secured In* a d^edof
trnst. ? RICHARDSON "<fc <XW< .
trnst
jy31
Auctioneer?.
? " * By Wellington Goddltt, *
Auctioneer and Real Estate Ajrcnt, :,4 -
, corner, EJevpntb and Bauk streets. .
["DANKKITPT'S SATE OF PERSONAL,
L JD [PROPERTY.? I will sell at public auction; for'
'cash!, to the highest bidder, at 12 o'clock >L? on .
M< ?NDAY (be Rth of August, 1S72, at tbe store now
oocupled Ky William IF. Brings k Brofhera, on ;
Br:"?ad atnef n??ir tlie C'besai*c.ike and Ohio Ral.* '
roa d depot. In tbe city pf Richmond, the t'ollowin
peinonal property beiduplng to the firm of WITIIat
H^Briggs.% Brothers, bankrupts, consisting of
? One SAFE, . . I Jf . .
. i one desk; ? ~
. i One pair SCALES,
f Foot CHAIRS, ?? ' >/ ' - : -if
:"',f i , Five thousand BAGS, . . ,
Efjzlit EGG CRATES, and
j Four barrels YINEGAB. ? '
HILL CARTER,
| Assignee for William H. BrJggs Sc. Brothers.
, Jy 61-tAngl ;
By Thomas W. Keesee. Auctioneer.
. No. 1317 3Ialn street. ,
Household a"n!7 kitchen n;R
N1TURE AT At'CTION^-I will tseU at my
'aucllon-ii.oixjic.ou MONDAY MORNING-. August
Dtii. at 10 o'clock, apimei-al assortment of FURNI
TURE of a family declining Imusekeepinp. eotislsf-;!
lug of Fajrlor fcnlts, Cottuce ChAmber Suits, Car
pets; MatCrosses, Redding, Table#, Wardrobes, Bn
re?ii?, Wad h* tan fo. Orockcn.- and Glassware ; Side- j
boaitte. Ceattc Table*, l.ooklnc Glajwes. three newt
Window Aw nings, CblldV Carriage. suiK'rior Cook
ing-Stove ami fixtures, Ac. ,
THOMAS TV. KEESEE, f|
ana : > .-'n.'; . Anctloneer.
.By Orubh? ? Williams, '
Auctloftetrs and Real Kstnte Agenw,
Eleventh Klret't t>otween Main and Bank.
TffAT VERY ITE^VT AND NEW
TRAM ED DWELLING No. 423, OVKR-1
LOOK IWi MONROE. SQUARE. ON THE SOUTH
SIDE WMAIS 9TBEET BETWEEN MONROE
ANUBKT>VIPEIp: STREETS, TO BE SOLD AT ,
AUCTION. UPON THE PREMISE^ ON MON
DAY, 5XM AT &j O'fjLUCK P. M It
lias been bnH* >vllht?i the last year, and bs in beauU- |
ful order: ljaxfotn-r'iom.s ; with LOT well enclosed: I
and In one of the ."most desirable and improving j
location* in tbe city. 1
Special atteoaiou is Invited to this nice little pro
perty. Iinm-jdlitepfi^sesslou given, the house IjcLng
now\a?^int. i i
Tikxh : At sale. GRUBBS Sc WILLIAMS,
au 1 ' Auctioneers.
liy Cook JfcLauchtou, Auctioneers,
corner or Oovurnor and Franklin streets.
C TOC'K OF Ml LIT N ERY, FANCY
U (iWODS, At'., VT AlK!XI,OX ? At tlie request i
of Mr>. 31. A. III Mock. wbo 1* <-liamdii;r ?*iti*ln<?d? !
we will fell at auction, on MONDAY the 5tb In
ht.unt, at lo (PcJock, a* the btore No. 703 Main street I
iu*ur Seventh street, tfie entire stock of
MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS,
TRIMMEO and UN'-ftBlMMED IT ATS and RON- I
NETS, ... . . i
STRAW GOODS, NK1*S, ic.,
toirother V. ith the variety usually found in a store of
tin- kind. f. 1
i'hc ladies we ruspeolflUy iuvlted to attend. ;
an 'i COOK & LAUGH TON, Auctioneers.
By W. B. Ratcttffc, Aartlonecr,
No. 13I2 Main street.
' f a, < W) I tli. ;
I WILL OFFER AT AUCTION ON
MONDAY. 5th Instant, contwendiif? at half
past lo o'clock A. M., a large and wfll-aysorted stock
?>f OROOEK1ES, Ac., to which the attention o! the
trade Is Invited. .
am , ,?;V? B. &ATCLIFFE.
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ?c.
?rtOLDEN WEDDING" . : i
VJT ,, ? i PURJ? BY,E WJU8KEY.
1 A'choiwJ lot of thin weU-ku0Vii brand of wliistey i
just1 received direct fYoiu the tibtiBmriij if. is. Pinch & ]
Co .? Pittsburgh, 1'a. . ? -i i .cH
I . OLD RYE JTCU&UCTik-, .
' ' liRCTI VVfTiSKKYS,
1 ! ' ritlMTiBliANUIES, ?' '?
WINES. LW|tiOU?,
A large assortment for bjiI" by
E. COUKTNEY .TENKTNS,
. Wholesale Liquor Dealer, ?
No. U3 south Fourteenth street, below Cary,' .
Jy -? ' " ' *' ? ' i .
pEIt BAKK TAKPE1AN. ? n
'We arc now landliip per borkTarpf bn,of our]
direct Import-itJon,
YOUNGER'S EDINBURGH INDIA PALE ALE. {
YOUNGER'S EDINBURGH, DOUBLE STRONG I
i. ALE, 1 ' ' " ' ' ' 'J
GL'INNKSS'S DUBLIN STOUT, bottledby E. A Jj
Burke. ... . t. M , , f| I
ALSO.
BASS Jt CO.ni TALE ALE, tottled by E. A G.
Hlbbert, of London : m ? j< ??
ALLSOP'S PALE ALE, bottled by?. & 0. Hlb
bcrf, of London :
GITl N NESS'S DUBLIN STOUT, bottled by E. A
G. lilliberL. of London: ,? ,i .
IflRRERT'S BROWN STOUT, IMtled by E. A G.
Hlbhert. of Londou:
JUL ES liOBIN 4 COTS PALE nnd DARK COG
NAC UISANDY, of various vintages. , >(?
The above pfKKis are reconmiended to the trade a?
eotlrelv i-ellabJe. Wc are preparwl to ??II eHh?x in
bond or duty paid for currency or gold, at prices as !
low as can be afforded by any American importer, 1
ju 11 S. C. TARDY t tT>.
ZuLIFOKNIA
KJ FRKNCH .
AND BLACKBERRY
BKANDIK8 FOB MEDICINE, '
AT G. A. HUNDLEY & C0.'S,
jy a-am 82$ Broad street.
^SCOTCH WHISKEY.? Two puncheons,
O in bond, imported by us direct from Glasgow? *
flue article ; so barrels "B. & K." WhlskeyTSstllled
lu the Valley? had the adrantajre of live summers:
40 barrels J, G. True A Co.'s pure New hnjrJand1
Rum for numufacturere received dloect from the
) birrelt
)wu " at
fjy
distillery; 1<K) barrels W. Wallace's pare Mountain
(Jew: "Our Own ."and" blnuucaV4 Augu?da Bye
Whiikev. ffy 23 1 WM. WALLACE SONS.
M
MACHINERY, dc.
A C H I N E SHOP.
IV..
All kinds of new work made and all kinds of work j
repaired, and always ou hand for ale
?STEAM ENGINES, '"*>
1 BOil.ERS,
I SAW-MILLS.
STEAM and FORCE-FUMPS,
* SHAFTING,
I ? . ? PULLEYS, tf ? ?, . i .
, HANGERS, _
6TBAM and WATER-GAtTGES,
i j All kinds BRASH *ud ltt< IN COCKS,
^ WATER-GAUGE GLASSES,
(JAUGE-OOCKH, . ,
[STEAM WHISTLES and ENGINE SUPPLIES ot J
[? all kinds* ' m!i, ii -?t-. ?. .? .1
\ All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND TOBACCO- i
JUACHINEHYatid FIXTUIfES. '1
?{. /, . ; ^jJ.OAT 4 ADDIMGTON, *>il ,
m
,Vr mui ? / r ' if a
f ? ? ? 1.
v ?TILLIA3f E. TANNEB & 00.,
It
IdETBOPOL^AN WORKS,
CANAL STREET FROM SIXTH TO SEVENTH
ma^ufnturcra of ,
ENaiNte^, 1
' * BOILERS,
SAW-MILLS,
. BARK. GRDsT, and PLASTER BULLS
GAS MACHINERY.
MILL^GEARINO, 4?. " J
Repair-work soilcitMl. ?. ?
Freights to all points low,
Sena for circular. oo 4
WllE RICHMOND STEAM DYE WORKH I
JL have Jtucd up a very nice olSce at 80* MAIN
STRbET, and will do DreiNG AND ^CLEANING
of all kinds of LADIES' AND ^HT&EMEN'S
GARMENTS, and In all eoh/rs. They also jri*e
si?la?. attention to CLEANING OF CARPETS
without beiuj; taken up, and cleaning gentlemen's
clothing by a new proc^ of $te?in. Gi~? them a
etOL ayji-sm
By Pste* AwtW*^ i ? ' ?;
' j -i? . ?.,':>y.0||v *<?? :. ? != >.? , !?ri'5 '{ ?r-ri<>)
Mi oclocic, ttc w*l sell at cnr ?narcboosc * , { . ^
VERY LARGE AND DESK! ABLE STOCK OF
ASSORTED MERCHANDISE, i!f ;
w ; ".J'.-i, .'
Week "FALL DRY GOODS. in preat variety; ,?- n
WK)T?, SHOES, and BALMORALS;!, , ,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, ,. , {.,? ./
Visa's and Boy*4 JUB and WOOL HATS. ... ?M. ?
MEEINO SHIRTS, HOSIERY,
TRAVELLING BAG3,, t , i4, . It ,, ,?*
fflttiLL X^"4^B8t;46^ 4,Cti u 1 - /!.?
"' . ?".'?? / .with an Invoice of. i ????;
cajssimeres Aifo bOESKiNs' ' 1 1
' -? SB ?" ? ? : ? ,Tt TJTTT ? nw ? * ? J
[Tor tire foil. trade; Are whole to be withoot'
Ifmltororrewfre.! /?? ; A-< Jowm?? ???! j
" We Invite the attendance df titfftnfecttlntty'tiesH
chants it ttrtH sale, as tfc* gcofo til AiSfe wiE j
besoldixrlotatoflttit. ?????<? rJ
"? **"?? CABEi.l, & CO., Ablate** ,1
r>XOSINO our S^KW :.??*! nil at
OFFICK n?BSWWCBAlKi\urrn? pivim
and DRUM, ouc bffge OOOKlSfci 8T0YE, nfcc
bBiatlf u I set WALNUT I%K*ilTURE, oncbeautl
fjil set of MAPLE anff WALNUT, one CASKET:
PICTURES* OWATRS,; ?xty yarrb MATTING,
H AT-KACK, TOH^Et BET^kc.
TEn*s:<p*sh. . A. W. ROSEN,. ,
att 5-n late Hffi Uoagtable City of Richmond.. ,
SRy Grubba A Wllllanw,
AncfiaBcers and Rod Efitatc Agents,
EtevenCh street between Main and B;ink. ,Jf
A SHALL BBIoT DWELLING *CM
./V im EAST SIDE OF SIXTH STBS FT"
NOKWt OF LEIGH STREET.? Oji THURSDAY, i
stfc 'df Aftgnst, at 5 o'clock P. 1EL, wywliy wll tipott ]
the! premises, ftp property above" "referred
T^oojrfetl on the sooth by .the property fit.Wv, D.
A?cpre, fronting thirty feet arid running hack to 1
*te property of Onlonel Walter D. Blafts ' '??'? '?<
Tkrms : At sale. <f a '
GRCBBS A WILLIAMS,
ana v ..' - ?> ??? Ancflottcera.
'' 1' | By E. IX Kaeho, V , " ' ~
Real Efctstv Ajwnt and Anctlonscr,
Office No. 9 ronrteen^i strvet, between Main and
< Franklin. ^ ''
VALUABLE REAL" EST ATE FOR
? BALE IN HENRICO COUXTY^-By virtue
of h decree of the rirenlt Coort of Dennco pro
uomicrd im tbr lcth day of Slay. t?72. In the Injunc
tion suit of Ed. Hogau r*. Hariis and others. I Khali
offer for sate at pnbllc auction the REAL ESTATE
of the said Ed. tlogan, at the court -botisc of Hen
rico, specified in the advertisement below. The In
jnncU'ti of the said sale having been dissolved, said 1
sale wfll l>e made oa the 16Tn DAY OF AUGUST
nrnfrr said decree and according to the provlslbns
of Hie deed of trnst. So mneb!of said- land will be
poHrw will pay the cost accrued in said suit and the
eocemtion of tne said decree and three hundred dol
lara latlancc due.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND.? By vlrtiic of a
died of 1ru*t. executed bv Edward Hopsin to nic, as
trustee, for Uie purpose therein specified, on the 5th 1
day of May, 18e<5, I shall on FkiDAY the l?tli day
of August next, at 5 o'clock, In front of Henrico
Court-house, sell at public auction the following !
real estate: t ? ' ; v m
? A TRACT OF LAND in. Henrico, containing
twenty acres (more or less), adjoining the lands of j
Isabella Alien, Turner Sharp, and others, alsoot
seven miles below Richmond. . ? 1
'Also, a PARCEL OF LAND, containing five acres*
cojivered to said llojfati by John N . BjtK
. Also, the FARM of said lJogim, conve^e?t to lilm
byT. T. Duke. . M.HARRIS, ,?
au2-ist ? - . T-ustee. f|
By Mt>ody & Koyall, J
' . Real Estate Agents and Auct Joneers, ,? t. ? i J
Office corner of Seventh and Mull streets, ?
Manchester, Ya. ?. . t|
Trustees* sa lk~ of valuable
-L re4VL ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF MAN
CHESTER, V A.? By virtue of a deed of trust exe
cuted to the undersigned, tmstees, by Charles II.
Cox and wife dated the 20th day of October. 1S71,
anil duly recorded In Cbe3terfleld County Conrt
clerk's office D B, pa*e 3^5, we will offer for sa'e at
public auctlou, on the premises, on WVIDNESDA Y
the 7tli day of August, 1*72, at 5i o'cloek, that VAL
UABLE LOT No. 73, in Marx's addition to Ihe
town, fronting 45 feet ou </lay. runulng bark lit ;
feet between Decatur and Stockton streets, There
la an excellent FRAME DWELLING on the lot
containing four wioii rooms, well enclosed, ,tc.
This Is a delightful location, and as healthy as In any,
portion of the town. 1
Those wishing to seciue a frood home In a: good
neSidiltorhood should not fail to attend this sale.
Terms : Made known at sale.
WSL IRA SMITH, 1 Tr?uH?~,'
CHAKLES I'HILIIM Tnw^s' n
Moody & Roy ajll. Auctioneer,'. . jy $9
. , By W. Uoddlu, , .! ,.nif
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, ,
corusr Eleveuth and Bank streets. . ;
TRUSTEE'S 8ALEOF A DESIRABLE
X LITTLE FARM -OF TWENTY -THREE '
ACRES ON THE MEAIK)WBItlDOE KOADl
HALF MILE NORTHEAST OF, RICHMOND ?
By virtue of a d? e<f of trust executed to the sub
scriber. I tearing (Lite s?d Deceiuber, lss^, dnly re
corded In Henrico County Court on the I7tb of Keti
rudry, lsijfl, in <U"od-liook No. 85. page 2uo, I shall, in
i execution thereof, {trmcrd to hcIi at public auction,'
ou the pn-mlxed, on MONDAY the 12tb of August, !
Mi, at o o'clock F. M.. if fair. If fot, the first fair
day thereafter, tliat fjcautlful LITTLE FARM of
TWFNTY-TIIREE ACRES located as above, on
which formerly stood the dwelling of the Lite Albert;
A. Morris. The I;uid ll"t) lemarKsbly well for culti
vation, and is admirably adapted for a market par-1
den. suburban reslcleuctyor for a dairy, aa it has
rnuningthrongh it a stream of pure water. .?.,l
The deed reiiuiroi a cash sale Tor the greater part
.of the purchase money, bnt the creditor will In lien
of these terms accept cue- fourth cash; balance <4 j
four, eight, and twelve mouths for negotiable notes,
.interest added, secured by a trust deedT " ' 1
an 1 ? - W.GODDIN, Trustee.
PROFKHSIOXAI CARDS. ? /' m
T AMBLEU 8MIXH, ( a! i
v K ? . .,7 . ATtQBSWY.fa.hA.yir.
'BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE MADE 'A^ ?
11 '? specialty. rtj >{<?. - .j.fn
Officii No. 5 MAiisHA/.t, Ball, cob van YU.VX'
|. and Tenth hthest^! > ?/ii. -i
? Richmond, va. <n., n,
The amendment of I be Hon. John F. Lewi*^
(Tidted States wnalor, to the lrankrupt law ha? beei*
adopted by Congress. The bankrupt law row. a*
amended, exempt* $ooo 1? uioney, fcf.OPO In laud or
personal property, and State exemption of. WW. J i
Je J2-3in f ,, } . { ;i iU { ? nr.- >
tS^CK LA_N*D LIME.? 1 ,500 laWeJs No; I
-CV ItOCKLAND LIME daily expected V for. ante
I
N STORE, 100 tons GUOUND PJLAS
.MK, to 1. tow. ? , ,, ,<? [ KF
f IKE, LIME, LIME ? The Ltrae nana
JLi factnrvd by u* In Botetourt county, kuown as
WILSON OH ROCKVILLE LUCE, will hereafter
be put upon the market under the name of INDIAK
RiHJK LIME. Opfcas for whlcli may be left at our
offlce, K?. L*B ^ mtITr 4 w
Novwnber 21. 1B5L /it m>?
,_i_ ' TQII.ET ABTlCLgg. ?? '
I^AKBOUC TOILET SOAP FO?^X?i
atMKAPE St BAKERS DrogSlore. Jyg7
8PONGE-BAGS AND BAT H I NG
SPONGES for sale AS MEADE k BAKERS ,
jy 27 / Prng Store.
T\ELIClOUS COLOGNE AND PEB
U FUMERY ft* aaleby MF^DK A BAXER,- }
jy 27 Apothecaries 913 Main street. ,
core^crrioargrera*^ V'l ]';j,
\ffE8SINA i)RANGE&? 1()0 boxes extra
lyjL prime MESSINA ORANGES, 1 >'< ?. ? 1! I
50 boxes extra prime MESSINA LEMONS, , . '
28 causes IxALtAN WACCAHONT, . .
< WboxMfteah LAYER RAISINS,
M caddies LOITIK B'H STKAWBEKBY
TWIST TOBACCO, made exL-residy for ttr
tall trade, of the very best rtock, and f aid to
be the best * ebew " mO. Tradr enppUty)."'
LOUIS i. BOSSIBtjjxr 1
?t>1t 1413 Main ?tr^t.)(
?TTi'i- i j ?v. &
QFFICE OF THE 8HILLINGEB
ARTIFICIAL-STONE PAVEMENT "
?? ? ? t < 1
f ?' ? ;?> ? *OB THE : ' !: J
STATE OF VIRGINIA.
NO., m MAIN 8TBEET, iilt'I DION !>, V A.
V fir / i--b
We iine uqw prepared ii lay down the ahoye-.
named pavt-ment la the nwtf artistic manaftr^kirf
(o nay design, pattern, or eota? dualled. *ad at a
'eo?t far less than that of fla^zlmr. We wifi also lay
eoart-yarda, areas, cellars o;T bouses, floorw of sta
bles, ike., using the retebrjrwd English Portland
(x-ment, thereby JaMcrlng great durntiiiity. entire
freedom from dust, emcothuew of var&vx* and
beauty of fihlsh, 4c.
. StJCClioflns of the work can he sees at Dtopatck
office asd E, Main atrets: Colonel Ortt
wst'b on^Fwxiilhi .stzeei; and Samuel S. Out^s,
? Ordm retei??d al t!? :
A DMINlfiTBATBIX^S NOnCK^? The
J\ mdentexsed, adndnbiUairix of JtCffiKBT A. ,
?mt dtf-lar; and ?S pemms hajfug els5m? agaltw? j
her said iBteatate to preneuyiie tuat 4*
pAUTION.-AlS pmona are bcoeby-, cao
\J tl-ned agalwd tnaU^ nrhat^rfTir ?Y?flpQ
crew of the BrltWi bark TARI^lAK, ftwa Ug
crpooi, ea ro hills of their contracting will be MM I
by the cai>taln or sgeat.
rSiSKC'dJ FRANCIS M. YOUHQ,
jya?^t . . '??.? ___ ? ?' -Mawter. ?
Book a^nd jdb print;
SXStfJ'fJU) AS THIS 0
WarwHOwett'ff sax.e &-$&?[
Kn.1 REAL EWAT8W CBlaTgRWM.D
laarA^gg'
i certain cult
} i 1 ,'j^ Conflln# &? ^rffjifcyrt ' t
?h? SSIHffi -<*.?! ?M "m!
TEN BEAlJTIlUL ^^jMG LO^
li-rrmv *"? ?*?? ?
DAY. Xtigntnf'the Gth.'Hthalf-post '6 ercwc* r. ?..
. tbc itl>OTCMl(*?eribcd LOTS; Tols property, located
PJiihK iKjyond th<i c.Uy UmU&aod tu alt iapnuvlriemrt
of flic t-uhnrik yAbodld Attract toe 'a^ttcr; lion of those
yof limited fltftttni see* *6# to t?eeure cheap boildlng
lotsoragoodinrwl^w. ? U . .\f 1. m i n
- Teiuis; Or?:4ftfid ca#ii; balance aisix&ud Iwclvc
months JVr negotiable sotes wttlr dx'per cent, idter
?t atfc*^ by a deed of trad, or title re
.^gar .*? p,icfe,@M^toDE: , '
it j.?- >fr ?, .By GnW? .* William*, Tt .<'?'# "
il | Real Estate Agents and Au/ttloucers,
,?? | Eleventh street between Main and Bank. ,fj
TRCSTEE^ SALE" OP TWO MOST
X 1 VALUABLE TENEMENTS* IN THB CITT
OF RICHMOND, AT THE NORTHEAST C0R-i
NER OF MAIN ANI?,, NINTH STREETS ? By '
virtue of a deed of trust ex^utejl by Samuel C.
Roblnwn ami wife to .lamea Lyofi* and Powhatan I
, Roberts (now tfewased,), trustees, bearing date on
fhettthof Jane, 1886, and duly recorded ?n the then ;
Hustlnpi Court oflU*e fbr the city of Richmond, for |
the purpose of securing the paymeutof two bonds? |
oneffor $27,300, and the other for $i,ooo; ouly thei
first of wbl<;h remains niuial'Mn comjillance with
the request of the creditors, the underMgncrt, as sur
vi\ Inp trustee, ? ill s< il nt auction, upon tltu prem
ises, on Til L'KfciD AY, the ath day or Amroiit, com
mendngat io o'clock A. M., that VlfRY VALU
ABLE PROPERTY situated as nlxive. being No*. '
ooo and ff)2 Main street, occupied by Mom Wood
& Sons, J. D. Redford, T. JH. Alfrioud 4 Son, South
ern. Mutual Insurance Company, Jnd. B. "Wood, and
K. M. Imboden, at areulof ;ibout t-i.KTo jtcr.niiium.
It U an iron front, 52 8-12 bv IM feet to an alley four
feet wide, 1 he orljrin*] design being for live atoriet
and a basement. ? The latsenumt and first floor are
computet and the .work, can her fyitmed without In
convenience to fhe preHonr oeenpaiit*.1 fnfar as com
pleted It combines a Judicious plan with the inert
thorough and handsome con?trj^Uoo,,and lt? reut
yleldlnp capacity is not eijujuieu uj any proi>etty in
the city of the name valne. ' ' j_ J 1
Tbe-lccatic? hua always lieen iesarled aa o?e of
UR*,rrUV i3nu^C> icauxiip MW amuv w? V..^ ? - - _ ? !
steady growth of busiuehi* iii that quarter. Rarely ,
lia& there been offered, I ii^h!^ city such ah optiortu
nlty fOr'a pfdtitaMe liirwtnrcnt. ' ' ?
Trkmb : tt:,000 And d-shni ?uflic!eiit to defray the I
expeiwes ,vf thOT?aJe. iu- <wal?- and, tlie. residue In
equal "htstalm'ents at six, twlre, and eighteen
month* for negotiable- 'nntew wlth tntere^l nt the
rate of cigUt pen cent, per a><num tecured by a
deeil of. trust upoutihep'roijeity. .
?lA!VtK8 LYT)N^,barvivtng Trap tee.
"'QiMTims I WiM.iamk, [,\actlon<k.'t?. '?? ? V Jy l7
? <t ?} ^'uiitittB,'" ? v :i
"" 1 " ifefctWoeV?r8 and Real Estate Agents,
, ; 8leyetrth FtreetibU^een Main and Banki
etirEKB/MOrNTAlN KKTREAT FOR;
,pi SALE A'f AlJ QTJONi ....
ONE AXTji A 'HAI/V MII.EH FROM TH1
it. UUEENBIUER WHITE SULPHUR
i ' . j SPRINGS.. . , '
DELIGHTFUL SirMJlElT liERIDEXCE FOB A
i ,,.VMAN U>VWEAX.TUVJ , .
AbMIlfcAB'LE FOR A STOCK FARM OR A
?1? ! TLACE OF PUBLIC KESOlilV. ' 1
1 : -iJl ' ? ? >J,
"Wc shall sell ut rnbliC: auction, at the request ot
tile owner, Mi-, f. A. co'wardlti, of Richmond, on 1
the 1.5th DA Y OS* ACGVSf, 1X72, at 12 oVloeK M.
on the prcmli-e<s his beapitlfjil FAKM, " BEACB-E,
GAlt'V wlthlu Ibree-ouartcrs or Ji mile of the
Virginia "Wbltfe Sulphur 8jTrlng5i-the dweWlug lav
ing wit bin one ami a hull" tnilet of. the 8prlng-cpn
1 ^^IN?;UIIthsrDRti) ACMES OF LAND." ' *!
nearly ha If of which is in 'forest of ?ii? timber.' Oi
the cleared land, which is finely adapted tn grites.
half Is meadow laud, <->nd a part of li lvu been lit
pra-'J) for jnnK* than trfehfy VKUrs.
The contiguity of the blncowo the Whltn fcnlnhirr
Kives it every social aud baulue** advnnt ige.. ? W<lli
a lire road, tne" occupants of BEAT)KiXiARD lea^
ir<M convenWully participate ill oil flie fashion and
festivity of. t|t?'hpniig, and If a market fa dtnlrtd it
i* readily afforded at the very, door. Th?f.\V hftu Sul
phur promises, when tho y:"hesi|?eake alia Ohio rail
road Is liuishc"!, to become a coivldorUllb town.:
When Mutt occurs. not only iwijl tlwre l?a fine mar- 1
ket tit the very farm, hnt the land itself, wldrh Is
beautifully disposed, will 1% in demand i for fron I
the mountainous topograph id! thu locality, the area
for dwellings aud tillage is very limited.
The great railway pasMiig (a the white will he Id
'operation by Octolior next i'.yiltthis fine' farm.' so
-d'Bghtfnl ay a summer retreat, wUl only lip. seven to
twelve Injur# frotn Baltimore, Wu>lH. gtoh,' Rlch
motuh Cincinnati, and Loutsriuc* A pbw*> health}/
and agreeab!c,sn gEMteftfi.fo tie eve and eo refresh*:
lug and Ui\1gon?<fng. to thf V\-?tcro, remhealn sneh
a snort time fron* the grc-?t etdes^booM fie hlrhly
i1?slr4bl?<i. ? None that. ?v< knww w?>?iM.nmk? a Uner
and moroagn^blc^clr^-t fy^ a uiim of itKaus and
Tb'ls property Is well watered, i Thfe tfeeat bulk Of I
the nater of Hie locality-;!. &, the. Sulphur
villagei-rl^es upon It. The laree sbnngs afford the
bestTw thing Water, aud there in already a, capacious
t>lauee?f?Uu which ia considered one of the moetiiv
rlgoiating In the. mountains. Tlie water has never
iK-^ti analyzed, but tit a powcrfnl stimulant of the1
ekhrftOd n frroat Invlgorator of the system. <<U has*
mon.wer? achalylieate^^iig of de?i<fcl boldoe#*
and fltjtpgth, wimhhu^.pJyvcqitB efficacy fn antnn
Therefore the place haa a commanding interest o? >
account of, ita fl??e adaptatkm to purposes of health
,*nd rf creation. "With these apentjes It 'Might 'he'
mode an tmportaut anjnnct to the ?White Snlphar
>priug?-tliat gna^ ivatertng-plaeo wlwyt) anr-uallj
oRieiunlua wli.it has l*c ? appropriately styled 4!thc
0>jict*v8 or th?* ' i^tlon:*1 ? ? ' 1 ,Tf ? '? ? ? '
At the hide of the meadow Lt a hill of Umestaee, oo
the top of wliii&i? (lie wood leody to burn the liin?:,
a rcry^eut adinintage for such a '|Wm, 80 fluti}
9 fEta place tnlcht be* devoted toralsiog B1XK>DK1>
ST? ?CK, and Ulutf a pjalntiwt will m*jfc a flue race
track. It wonlddir; Cfiu?llj'wt,n for iih^vrni 6?rrl^:'
and Is admirably miKdd fo>FIsn OlJLTCKl^tlirro
"ting rge ?uppl> of dialog waler? aj?t n place
well-.sulUHffKr a lake Tlie breeding of moontaln
trout conla be most succeAslYrtiy and profitably )nir-'
(WdhyttBOWliCr.-K-i .(il !?> ???;">!?(!. I I. lit t.<
But to the man of ojcajia and cultivated forte It,
would be one of the irio*t delightful of homes. lt>>
l^althf ulnes<i is nn<*>rt<a*c<) and Its atmo?rdiere pare
and exhilarating- There 1* a. large double BUlCK
HOUbK on th? place, aud oa t-houses. The grvundh
are finely adapted to architectural and otnet1 iiu
provemenfn, ?' ??<??(
The terms will l>e liberal. There will be a crcdlt
of three years on a large twftof the purcltaoe money. I
and the hbhuK-e ran lie arranged to mit the pur- :
.chaser. Fertoos Inclined to buy art; inrlted to look
at the property l*sf<n* the day of sale. , .
I? H ' ftfttTBI^ A HTIl.Lf A?W. Aoctfoneerw.
THlTtsIEK'ti SALE OF FARMING AXV
TlMllKREI) LANDS IN T1IK Cl?UNTY OF
NHW KKNT ? tfv virtue of a dee?Tof Irusf'exe-'
cuted by Beveviy T. CmimrtoTrtemachus Taylor,
tnc-toe, or the sth dty.of May, 19S4, at raoord in. the
clerk's offli* of the County Court of New Kent
county (Deed-Book 1. page *0. and by vfrfttewT in
order of the Coangy Court of Jn?w Kent county
tered on the2Sth day of July, ]tn,*y which I wa*
substituted trustee In the plare of tha aaldTdemn*
Taylor, wbohad d^iMd the executtdn of tiia
!fe? reqpertof the beneflcUyte* In Mtid
as suih substituted trust*#, offirr for
auction,' at Stw'KeOf Courthouse, oo'
AT the JJddayof An
land conveyed tn said deod exrluslv* of lit atttx
as4tfjusJ tw Ann l cuu?i?, widow of Uw said Beverly
T. Crump, as and for wy dower. Ahd sliould the
proceeds of the said 2M acres proVe iusufiklent to
pay off unit (flscharge the amount due uudear and
secured by said deed. I will .at the name time aud.
atace offer for sale tl?e remainder In fee after the
ufe estate of fhc said Anfc firump, widow of tht*
said Bwrerlv 1\ emmp, fas .the, portion of, f * '
usrigned to her for her dower? |o wit, ONI
.DBED AND 8IXTKKN (11^ A^lfes#, ll
all ofcthetntfidtaw.- " U TT .r. , . V . i?
The U I scn? flr^t . mentioned consist of a small
quantity of land, and the residue covered
with ? good fjwaMPy of wood and Umber. The 110
aetta kst JB?i!Uo?ad 14 n;oH3y cteared, wttfcmsws
than enough UrnU'r tar the support of the farm, and
ha* upon ft a eooiftrtahle dwelling andout-hofld
fngs. The wlioleof said real estate cou>M6c*:tba
ttt&s/igtiMast vPiStSKiss
tcdaosrOHwei chuttiu 3S*c ox *tx TsMetrtKmt&v* \
.1 ,Unte? oll?er' Wrto* afr Ajtr eed-npuv wVore'orou
H^r^^ace,
s,j | f' - "ult No. iris HUa street. I 'M f<
"DOUR BEAUTIFUTbUILPUSG LOTS,;
X ON THK KA?T &1DK OF TVf fcS T Y-H ?. V
OI Pt^s$TB TH rnOfl^ED Slw anp't#!.- 1
HOU8IC. ifoR SALE AT AtKri'lON^-WlVBe
said atnoMSc auc tioB,o? tJae paw? tew, ettSUKS*
l<vm rfSa ;
as a }?ve d4s*cHbed. liaviug a frwat each of 3v -UyUi< |
feet to an alley *UU*e*> feet wtde. & ../.A'
To jiartii*. * WiUig to Invests
mHh
'II KK, Auctioneers.
1 .
... . . OOee Ifo. in? jftdfittree*.
T AKGE.AtfD ATTSACTrtjf SALE OF
'JtzSSPHSferrr
; HOWK.
S1XGFR.
JMMttVPtf $? ***?*?? *???> ' ?
' -f ?? ,t .,} >W*MO. ???* v.
H -
HSOUVKHt BAKER.
n>' KWf sfl WKKfiUfUfc* WILSON- ) /
' - - -S&& JSfVIBJfiSoow
f:t ... | r \ \> -,?i : ?-, '1 OWeMi'Agjlttof VlK^iU
: .in// [,-fc ; ft* the*lcw WbMfrr&frsiK,,*
" pr *
Real testate A if en t a and Atictlon?n.
nerrothMrret between Main and Bank.
J** i ft "? r>.' *7| i
DB8IBA.
8HlfX^??KKfB,' AT AtCT^^m! of
of tr?>t facetted by RM1. !ta*Wmi ?ir<> ??,
Jjecrlbtr? a* tfujUw. da^l : l?4b KoveinUr,
: ?o-? and recorded in Jlfcjhmor.d Ifiutln** cyUr?
office. teitlll ton if iiUetkni.'tfpoii tbe firt-ml c? on
TBlIWSI>ftj^ WU? A?iw?*aao.<rrt?<?, p-. M.. U-.P
.TENEMENT In Talbott* row al.ove rcfcm-U to
Ttlas eljcbt .room?, hoidp * kitchen *nh two
rooju* t wiBaruaal convfcnk'uce... Th?>
,09 * credit of
0Do"nrn3 ttfb ycafniTfoKTidtcit ilfli intercut payable
annually, and ?ear*d?y Adecd of trwt.
.... i .??
ftGftmgMA W.K?ttAW??:Aact*cnepiB. ??<-. tr. 5
?' ? /r i^rr* By-OTfltttt'ft'VniJlirttijf. ' y
'J f Aacttontert an^h^ fMateAcvwt*.
Sncven?h?tiVetrk>t*wrf Main and Ban*.
. ! } rfiiTt: n i-r4? . nhiii ?. --Uf 1
A GOOD BRICK DWELLING AT THK
?l&vh ATUl^T I t > X ? -lialj | f ?{?
I DAYV>th of AltgmffTat tfoVteck P. M.. w e wu| ?-\\
npob the t?muiw?; the-DWELLlNG situated a*
above, and occupied, oy Mr. Jolm H. 0?rrtj?r. it
[ ha* Mx Hjojns, a double kitchen, and a wOl of fco<?i
water 1?V tn* yard.,: The premises are In excellent
order, and the ttebftborbood improving.
? - * *??? * - comfortable
aq S. <i? ,. , /jj> Hi"? .H'.A r< < Auctioueery.
j w . jtyWdBtiiflMttrtkBtt,
Real IfetaCe A cent Jiid Auctioneer,
corner of Eleventh and Bank street*.
THE /. B'XfUJSL'LKjfT AXD COXVE
1 NIEX rL> -L<?CATF.I) FAKM OFONE JHl'N
f?RK1? ANt) FORTY -FWITlt ACRES, fALLKt)
4* ('OOLf 8PRIN?<r IV ftKNRK? C>ITKTY,
FIVE MILKS WEftX. Of. RICHMOND, AT THE
JU$CTIOV0i' THK WESftllAH hfiAD \\ ITH
THE TH HEE-Pi'OTf 'IIE1 ) 'Rt lAT). WHVkLT. AT
fUnUA>N<-M'llnrHiv?Bt?f the WMow atwl hrtri
At liw pf tbn la/f: Samuel A, AlorJou. I rtmJJ :<?)! at
anctlon. on rh*! ^reniff^.on TirulfsDAY tho 15th
,?f Aojnwt. TKW,ntS??'Ho? * p.5|.. tl?? mrdiattraltle
FAKM Joealodias alwt. costatulnx U^E HCS
IHtElV AND FOBTY-EpC R Atl' mere or !e>?,
l<jff *rhich ??bonr 'onrf hji mired nctis air open land hi
good heart", and tbo balance in -woods of original
' gro?rtb. t The placc wcli wftUfrxd??ind au
excellehf well near tlw ifwcHlnff.tlierc lire on It
ral flnc HnrirtgH. Tbr froprrveinvnbi itnotst of a
VomfortslMO dwcUing cont;Uutnp Ibtrr rttontp. * Ith
ait adjoining hoyte nf two rooiua, kltchcu, lorn, -
sinljks Ac.; and near, tliV itwtning thoro Is a 7
rate orcliard of *j?phn? mwl i-fw\lK*i< mrw in lieniinx.
At the Jui<ctlon of lite two roads uicuMohcI oliovf
ther? ba framed ItaioiuvntiMowand j Otr many years
pti.?d (H'ctipk'd <u>a groo-l-yirtore. and !?? tftdd lo no an
p\?jclh^it frt;tt?d for that bu^iiHu-a. ! Poawc^lon given
otf Wu^M'r; lalatice
at ?i. 12.- iff. writ 2i 'ib^mth. llM.'ivai'ter. for novotlalile
notty, intorot addo<j, Keen red by a trifst deed.
' P. ?. Will ]ie(^d.aWi??,,lo?V?U4*U?'i*ri?*lM{:
cro)? of CORN; Mibo, abvnt Iwolve Tu.Kbvh old
CORN. '? (1 " ' " 1 W. ?0?*FII.V.
ail ! i i'l ?/>/ : ? ? '. Am tlonrir.
TT~ liy OVublw ft'willfaiDM. '
, ? ?" Auetl^ncersand Bml F?ta?e Aecnf*.
-I Elerenth streK between Main and Dat:k.
| ,(| ?pt ? .-..i, U . ?jit t'
CIOM MISSION E R'S HALF,1 OP
t D TV EjRIL I N O18 IN BIHNEY, ON CAItY
ANI ? LAUftEjL.JjTRJBCTjJ, ,VNiJ VACANT LOT.
In .exc^fttfon o fn decree of the Chancery Court of
Kitjiimoiid efUertdon ?li 3a ly, Ut5, In tneVauseof
Rogers t'tKi WJUlLnn^attd alt, aud l^i^nnli r?. Ko
mid a if., tlm uudon-itiuai. UiC?|^tiol cvtunib
?fa?twT tnercwy app^nifod. v.ftl A'll :it?nrtl<?!i, 111 <>n
Umj premlut's/ rcsjirctl vety. on HATCH OA Y. lu.h or
Aiq;iu>t* couimtni lMK Mt ajp'id^f k,p. U-. tLt follow
'ttlg real c tate? to wit; , r,
,,i^O VBAAW^EW*MteNTfe Wi the north .Hp
of jL'arT etrewt, 'beglDiihig Sl} ft?ot weM of laurel
ms?sw?w&'?s
feet to an alley nine feet wide.
TWt>BRICKiTIuNEME?i<fSkiGr?)?'s Row. on
the booth wde of.Cary bHween Diival and CJrtrry
?tieet?-K)ile'rif^t*rttrv ot'HfpWj by Mr. 5t. M. l.lp?
eonilr, tbc by ; ti?et**?acn witlt t'.ur
rooms, t.csltku kltrheru.' The lot* ate abvut Ct foot
eaiii by 07 feet. , , , .
TWO ML I OK TFNMnrNTrf **< tl>? we<<t M<!. -?r
T^itirelf|roebbet*reett'tx>ry?tidC-?tftla'iH)id??mi|?
one occiipiediby, >Mw, Tqlrf, with seven looint, : ?{??;
utlH'r .by Jlr. Mhy, svllfi fmrt rooniij ? Instil with
is." 1 ? 1,7 u 1
kl'cbdww1
A!*** vMont lot In rvwAfCitbeAliofe on ?i>?
noftli side oran allev3 1 j f?i.Hide, fr jtUlu,,' 5: net,
runnlntfbttckioJfeof.^
ThuMtwtdUns*' were -mnarksbl)r well liuf't mid
niiWued ht gopd.ifvIy^i.Tbfiy nrcit^u- ufl.^rx-iinx
thorougli K;|)afr'abd Hngrovetiicut. iind by tin- <iav
ol'i'd^'wtil be4? nhfe ofdfr. attd pitTs^nt ft \er>' at
rrHt llve apiieaMnco.. Tl>c ?iloatlon b> <mtaf tbe istt
In that, rapidly ljujH p yloK.MfJ^UU^lhjod, w.tl u? juo
iteifty Of fho kind ndw hi itiitnt^ ;otf??r9 such ndvati*
topenwns wthuiodentte njf.iu.sor tlioie Mik
and tweHe mofc9?,' WlWlit/erebr^iod thlt: reufiied
until the purdbwe uidMey fc. fully iwld; but ir any
purctiaaer . alwuld. ptcrer he n'u|y petrel vo a i!?c<1 at
onfe^ itba ex mrte a devdnrttruU to K-cnrfi Ms crtMlf
. yiiienbi, or W Itepa^all ^teltbe wlllretei ve a clror
"Sfcf* f ili J L' ' 'A WW" .1*m* 'ny sill'
' ' '(> JUJBI18 A XlUDUHK' Atutrtb WJOIW.
ALE OF VALUABLE liEAL ESTATE
- IN HALIFAX OOI Wi*V^ V A?By rtrtu-- of a
deed oC ttwat eavcuta^.qn .tin* , pth day of Aujrnnt.
,h(??bf Jainti^ .A Moon attd j?> jb. Mo<jp and their
wltw w ?^nnaei*Unwtriatf5?idnlr rt-ccr^*^ In
the dfrjc'a ofBoe vf ettt <*ounty Cohrt ot Halifax,
and by antljo/tty of n dprno -prunoucrod In the
eiiaiHtTj'wiroffT. It Mobil t*. tvordon & PeudJt
'Bi^f.ru'jteeft, Ac., we vtlll. on MONDAY fho r?lli
tl03 (that hHiig court Klav/, miU at 12
front .of Utfi rourt-h'JOM.-. at Hallf.-x
...? pWftc'atmton. the TR A-CT OF
U/?9(LKjto vhlcn J5*iB. M?? r??lile<, rontalulng
iF?njK:^UNI?UEp AVO VWXHTX A CMfi, u
, Uie ?anl<* more or'li-?*.' bCfng a portion of Uie trait
i^tircha#e<! by *a!d M"<?nf< of A. f . htatokx. dWeaw- l,
?niiig on tlie north side of Dhu river right n?il< ??*
(vdtn Scot|?hunrdei;-ot, ouitlK'.RIrhntoud aud Dan
vil|o nillmad. Thfa l"* one of fh** te^t farms In f?*??
cnilnty of Halifax, wltlt a *oo<fc pro|x<rti?ai of r\MT
bottonui. The, coll |a^[?Jladai)te.i4o tlw growth ? f
..wheat, tobaeco, Ac. An abundance bf t1ml?r a?>l
water.' ' The flhpmvertfent* ?ttseneelhrnf.comMhijr
tL*l 1 vuAifk'u r\a'Di v iv<: hm?Iv tmf. fmltilnl
PoMetwU? given for i seeding pomosw tlw Ut of
I September, and full posicsdipu trie s;tl? of Decem
ber next ' ? ' ? r f>
' ! TTito in a good location for * e-wo try nun*.
"^aujtx ;.Ow>tUijr?i aul# ?W??? ?o n or^llt"'
itijc, twelve, and eighteen montlo. Im!id>? with ap
pro red jeenrttvNorhS Inferest from date of sale at
'^S p^-r cent., conditioned w Ub veaiter of hxnoKt-Jd
' cxtmiuUno. Ac, . YwiJors' lien rctolnyil- < .
Wor fnrtbw paKlcalarts' addrcw N. <jOHtx? .
Attoraey a* Utw.'fcyuchbiTrir. V.u
'' ' IDLETON.
jyrt-ttawfch -? r Tni^r^
TV. ')?'??'* -rl ?' ' - ?
By WelUiigloa 0<aW14? J
1 ' ' Auctionecrand RcaJ %st*ir AgtiU,
r,j j J .^fWSr, Jtneb.
L AGJDOF BOWlil WO OKKEN/CAt, bKp CHFL:
. Ot A AV n r ?????} T HIIW w ? "? '* ^
eery: Coart oT Okj city Pf Richamnd entefed cn tW
?eih of July, 1S7S, In lli? e?e of MUtO' attdust li"5
Ac.. I t>bail, mi HfechU cotnmi?ilon< r tliertby ny
IKibited, proorcil to eell at public- auction, on
??fetn|w>'?H MONDAY. Mb of Anwirt, im. ?* *
oviock p.,M. liwt bea?tSf?d P^?><! known a? ( HLL
?KA. of wtitch Jan.es C. Roy dUd eA^jWdn.
log abont StlX AL'BP^oporeor leitf 'nfe ta?^,hr*
* ? tfterl^r ofbk-h
gtlniUtniM;
?Sb,'?l rr? ; ?'
_ ten r^oBi.-^ t';
r?.wl?* UKTS5 >a laa? tenem- *
fe#r h>o?<, which, wiw*?!?5J 3' '
'iwwOm^ odttid bensade a comf'^rtkhie iw'i-u* '?
to ranark that tt haa long been noted for IU ,*3>u| -
ftil and cmnutaj^ef yf ewi and Iw .tbe fcaad*-'"'
tsuaceftom tS*
Mi
Oue-fonrth catJi; lathi nee at one; tw*\
and 9me ) 0M? We ?enort?b*e nq tra^uaring ^
- A, At7HT4W JttOTH.
jy t?-2<.mi~Aa|A*>t i ^ tHwc*atComwl??imyr.
' o t . ByG*uL^A WtMaOrti '
! Anctloneonc and Real Estate Agents.
Eleventh *iws % between Mate and Bank.
txHtveyedm wad? to wit: A LOT O* tiUlHiM'"
tlm euSt ?i?l? of Tweoty-bi*^#twt betwwi1 U*)
r_j 1 ..i-u ..t ....... n<4 Aw> 4. miltlllUf ba( ?
FUA??1? .?WKtLlNti^tt? ove roo? -
anothvr with lour rvouw, ?bd ^ vtl1?
OueKhlrd (iubi babuirtj lit fbur,
god twelv# moutiiiH *Uh lutctwt, vx<i J^'ur,;
<i.bda of trv< BP? , v >
iiHvaa* A Wit.tiA4u?? AucUww*. .7 ?

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