Daily Dispatch, Volume 29, Number 236, 18 June 1866 — Page 2

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War in Swop* The information from the Continent, which we hare recently given at some length, and which held out no encourage, ment to hope that wmr could be avoided, is borne out In Its reasonable deduction* by the new* of the steamer City of Paris at New York. Austria ts the scapc-goat of the aban. donment of the conference ; but had Austria opposed no difficulties, other obstacles would soon have presented themselves. The trouble occasioned by Austria as the cod. fcrence was atom entering tlie narrow path they had to tread, was only the first snake of a summer's day. There were many others in the path. Austria possibly saw no hope, in so decided a minority a* she was, save in stipulating before Jiand some conditions. To have gone into the conference without them she might have found it impossible to protcct herself. We suppose her cession of the Elbe Duchies to the Germanic Diet, and her demand that that arrangement should not be disturbed, was the point of difficulty. In this she showed her determination to keep the Duchies out of the hands of Prussia, and at the same time involve the Diet as her friend in the war. The war will be one of immense magnitude. Involving in the outset three great Powers and several small States, it may, in its course, draw in both Russia and France. In that case, how England can withstand the temptation to take a hand, we cannot well see. But even without her the fight will be quite extensive enough, and will probably result in the most wholesale alterations of the map of Europe that ever took place as the result of one war. While it would be gratifying to all to hear that this grand war had been avoided, it is not probable that peacc now could long stave off collisions whieh must naturally grow out of the present political and territorial "situation" of the Continental Kingdoms. Prison Life of Mr. Davis. Lieutenant-Colonel John J. Craven, M. D., late surgeon of the U nited States volunteers, and for many months physician to President Davis has just issued in New York a volume on the " Prison Life of Mr. Davis " at Fortress Monroe. This narrative, coining as it does from n man who must be considered at least not prejudiced in favor of Mr. Davis or the south, will he regarded as free from all extravagance in relating the severity of the prison discipline to which this distinguished prisouer was subjected. It is certainly a gratifying thing to the public, and a good service to truth and humanity, that such a work should be put before the world. So much that is contradictory has leaked out of the close walls of the prison? so much that startled mankind and shocked humanity, j and yet which found pens ready to soften i it down or deny it Hat ly ? that the general I desire was to know the truth. Xot having seen this narrative, wc can speak of it only second-hand, through ! a uotice in the columns of a cotetu- 1 |H?rary. From the extracts before us, Dr. Crav>;\ evidently endeavors to give

to the northern public a candid and unpre. . j 11 diced view of the prison- life of Mr. Dav?. The Tribune is liberal enough to give him the same "relation to a fallen f?>e that l)r. Barky O'Meara bore to Napoleon* at St. Helena.'' The same paper, however, is not quite liberal enough to suppress the statement that the Doctor's book 44 is an undisguised plea in the prisoner's behalf," and it is presumable 44 has been written with the encouragement of the friends of the prisoner." This to the judgment that will be passed generally by all Black Republicans upon any candid statement of the brutalities to which Mr. Davis has been subjected. There is a close resemblance between the tone and temper of the Black Republicans towards prominent southern men, and that of tho execrable and bloodthirsty revolutionists of Paris towards Lori? XVI, and indeed all aristocrats. That amiable and virtuous monarch was denied every title or mark of respect. He was scoffed at and mocked by the mob, and no publio reference was made to him that was not contemptuous. He was only old 41 Capet" to the turu-koy or the aweep. The horrible old shoemaker, to whose charge waa confided the young Lous XVII, delighted in humbling and degrading the poor child. At midnight he would call him from across tho room, that he might pinch him. 44 Capet," said he, 44 corae here;" and if "Capet" did not come, he threw missiles at him to make him come. He became imbecile, and died from cruelty. In the papers, in the public halls, every, where, and in every reference to Mr. Davih, is every mark of respect, or even common humanity, ignored. He is called 4* rebel," and "Jeff. Davis," and " Davih.'* His blood is demanded in State papers and legislative resolves, and Con. giess gravely demands his continued Incar. ce ration, though he but lingers, as it were, njHjn the borders of that other world where he will be free from insult and out. rage, and where Mr. Stanton's handcuff * ? an never reach him ! All this belongs to that brutal cowardice w hieh Mr. Skwabd describes as 41 continu. ing the war after the fight Is over." V A refitted and a humane people can V never be Induced so far to forget their own honor and dignity, and their duties to humanity, as to insult and persecute a fallen foe. If not due to him, they always consider it due to themselves to treat with humanity and charity all that are in their power. Though epithet and abuse might not even be inapplicable to the foe, neither could be induced towards the powerless without disgrace and dishonor to them, aehree. is But to return to Dr. Cftim's interesting book. Lot us introduce, as the first extract, the following thrilling account of the placing of Mr. Staxton's irons upon Mr. D*rm (on (lie 33d of MKy), which, the HOW MR. DAVIS WAS PUT IN IRONS. " Well?" said Mr. Davis as they entered, slightly raising his head. "I have an unpleasant duty to perform, sir," said Captain Titlow; and as he spoke,

the senior blacksmith took the shackles from his assistant. Davis leaped instantly from his recumbent attitude, a flush passing over his face for a moment, and then his countenance growing livid and rigid as death. He gasped for breath, clutching his throat with the thin fingers of his right hand, and then recovering himself slowly, while his wasted figure towered up to its full heightnow appearing to swell with indignation and then to shrink with terror, as he glanced from the captain's face to the shackles -he said slowly and with a laboring chest : " My God ! you cannot have been sent to iron me ?" " Such are my orders, sir," replied the officer, beckoning the blacksmith to appreach, who stepped forward, unlocking the padlock and preparing the fetters to do their office. These fetters were of heavy iron, probably flve-eighths of an inch in thickness, and connected together by a chain of like weight. I believe they are now in the possession of Major-General Miles, and will form an interesting relic. "This is too monstrous," groaned the prisoner, glaring hurriedly round the room, as if for some weapon or means of selfdestruction. " I demand, Captain, that you let me see the commanding officer. Can he pretend that such shackles are required to secure the safe custody of a weak old man, so guarded, and in such a fort as this?" "It could serve no purpose," replied Captain Titlow; "his orders are from Washington, as mine are from him." "But he can telegraph," interposed Mr. Davis, eagerly; "there must he some mistake. No such outrage as you threaten me with is on record in the history of nations. Beg him to telegraph, and delay until he answers." "My orders are peremptory," said the officer, "and admit of no delay. For your own sake, let me advise you to submit with patience. As a soldier, Mr. Davis, you know I must execute orders." "These are not orders for a soldier," shouted the prisoner, losing all control of himself. "They are orders for a jailorfor a hangman, which no soldier wearing a sword should accept! I tell you the world will ring with this disgrace. The war is over ; the south is conquered ; I have no longer any country but America, and it is for the honor of America, as for my own honor and life, that I plead against this degradation. "Kill me! kill me!" he cried passionately, throwing his arms wide open and exposing his breast, "rather than inflict on me, and on my people through me, this insult worse than death." "Do your duty blacksmith," said the officer, walking toward the embrasure, as if not caring to witness the performance. "It only gives increased pain on all sides to protract this interview." At these words the blacksmith advanced , with the shackles, and seeing that the prisoner had one foot upon the chair near his bedside, his right hand resting on the back of it, the brawny mechanic made an attempt to slip one of the shackles over the ankle so raised; but, as if with the vehemence and strength which frenzy can impart even to the weakest invalid, Mr. Davis suddenly seized his assailant and hurled him half-way across the room. On this Captain titlow turned, and seeing that Davis had backed against the wall for further resistance, began to remonstrate, pointing out in brief, clear language that this course was madness, and that orders must be enforced at any cost. "Why compel me," he said, "to add the further indignity of personal violence to the necessity of your being ironed ?" "I am a prisoner of war," fiercely retorted Davis; I have been a soldier in the armies of America, and know how to die. Only kill me, and my last breath shall be a blessing on your head. But while I have life and strength to resist, for myself and for my people, this thing shall not be done."

Hereupon Captain lit low canea 111 a j sergeant anil tile of soldiers from the next room, and the sergeant advanced to seize the prisoner. Immediately Mr. Davis flew ou liim, seized his musket, and attempted to wrench it from his grasp. Of course such a scene could have hut one issue. There was a short, passionate scuttle. In a moment Davis was thrown upon his bed, and before his four powerful assailants removed their hands from him, the blacksmith and his assistants had done their work ? one securing the rivet on the right ankle, while the other turned the key in the padlock on the left. This done, Mr. Davis lay for a moment as if in stupor. Then slowly raising himself and turning round, he dropped his shackled feet to the tloor. The harsh clank of the striking chain seems first to have recalled him to his situation, and dropping his face into his hands, he burst into a passionate flood of sobbing, rocking to and fro, and muttering at brief intervals: "Oh, the shame, the shame !" The next day (May 24th) the Doctor found Mr. Davis, vecy, naturally, in a state of mental and bodily irritation, and suffering from chronic neuralgia, which had 44 destroyed the sight of his right eye." The shackles were removed in five days by the urgent advice of his physician, he being too ill and feeble to bear them. He was allowed a walk of an hour on the ramparts in June, though at first so feeble he was only able to stand on his feet more than half an hour. In August, while suffering from erysipelas and carbuncle, he was removed to more comfortable quarters in Carroll llall. Not having the work before us, we can only say of his treatment lYotu June to November what is said in the review, that Mr. Davis continually complained of his deteriorating health, and protested agaiust the rigor and indignity of his treatment as the head of six millions of people and a prisoner refused impartial trial, llis prison fare, too coarse for one in his sensi. tive health, was improved by supplies from the doctor's table. He was not allowed the use of knife or fork, aud all bis letters were inspected by the Government. This part of the book may be slurred over, by the. reviewer, or the author may have felt that it would not do to make a full statement of the prison treatment ; for certaiuly this falls short of the rigors to which Mr. Davis was submitted. personal characteristics? rk marks ox LEADING MEN. There is a chapter on Mr. Davis's per. sonal characteristics which must be very I entertaining. Mr. Davis is represented to I us a* proud, spirited, penetrative, with ! better than cyclopedlac knowledge of the ! practical departments of learning, and occasionally as a man of bitter feelings i <">d obstinate prejudices, with a tempera, uent of the atrabilious type. His nerves are in cxcess, and his weakness is not the want of will. Ha shows, according to our 1 author, a varied knowledge of tcianca. Geology and botany have clalmcd bis I attention. He spoke of the war with i exact knowledge, and constantly alluded i to the southern people as 44 my people." , The south he considered an aristocracy of birth and education. He said "birth is an aristocracy we do not Ignore in raising stock, nor should we in growing men." At the north, he said, "the basis of political prominence ho* been money first, and secondly loquacious. He ms, effrontery, and the arts of the dema. goguef* Of bin Cabinet, spoke of Too* jms

*, dertfoyen iot i bulidtr-upr" oe Bwjamhi m liii Ablest and most MthWcottAielW i <* P'M?* Walmr, Xiwni and Rsaoan, with far lets compliment, but perfect plainness land unreserve. The Rnr.rrs of South Carolina were men, he said, " whose pow"crs were expended in the negative? ** never at home save when in tlie attitude " of contradiction." Foote,Tio said, " wis "of no account or credit ? an inveterate *' place-hunter and mere politician. "j Of I-ee, Sidney Johnston, Jackson, and Bravo ho speaks with enthusiasm and tenderness. But we regret to see that Mr. i Davis lias not toned down his sentiments towards General Joe Johnston. Ho still , imputes the fall of Vicksburg to him : a j judgment in which his countrymen cannot concur. He also blames him for the lull ot j Atlanta, which is at least an open qncs- | i tion. Turning to the Federal grn<\ra s> | Mr. Davis's opinions, in brief, are : >> hcI1 he (Mr. D.) was Secretary of War, be considered McClkllan the ablest officer in the- army, but lie was "pronwtcl i rapidly for liis own good '? ,l0!'h.-S American Gascon, with "6""'' scicutilu. . attainments;" S??su> and s ga J 1??. and able soldiers ; Hixtkk " the sou ?of Integritv, intrepidity, true Christ ? , piety, and honor." (This must be an error Can it bo possible that the murderer of old Mr. Cseioh, the burner of bis cousin An- ' DREW Hunter's house and library, the cruel tyrant over women and children, is ! entitled to this encomium f Doctor Lux. ' ven has made a mistake. Mi*. Dan i> * on t ,,?t have said this.] Mr. Davis *1"*"' ot General Grant as a great soldier ot a new school; "but if lie bud not started with an ! enormous account in bank, his checks would have been dishonored before the culmination was reached. MR. DAVIS'S TRIAL. Mr. Davis's opinion on the subject of his trial and of State rights, as given bv Dr. ? Craven, coincide with his well-known view , If the purpose of his trial be to test State rights, he sees no particular reason why he should be chosen as the subject of the test, save that he was the most honored ; t'<>r be was absent from home on public ser- j vice when his State seceded. Moreover, ? when he became President his object was peace, lie sent commissioners to Washington to seek a peaceful settlement, and continued to hold out the olive branch'. Yet he bad been detained in prison as the principal offender, while some who, at the beginning of the war, urged that the black llag should be hoisted, and the struggle made one of desperation, had been paidoned ! lie says : " Believing the States to be each sovereign, and their union voluntary, I had j learned from the Fathers of the C?>nstitu-J tion that a State could change its form ol , government, abolishing all which had pre- 1 viously existed ; and my only crime has I been obedience to this conscientious con1 vietion. * * * But if? as I suj?pose ? 1 the purpose be to test the question ot seI cession by a judicial decision, why begin I by oppressing the chief subject ol the exI periment ? Why, in the name of fairness I and a decent respect for the opinions ? ?f 1 mankind, deprive him of the means necd- ! ful to a preparation of his defence, and load him with Indignities which must dc- j I prive his mind of its due equilibrium ?' i Mr. Davis denies that secession is treai son, and, with Bi*rkk, cannot see " how an | " indictment against a whole people can I " be framed."

nECOxsTnrr-Tiox. I Mr. Davis's views on reconstruction fire ' precisely the same with those ol' President Johnson and the conservatives. lie says: "Every man's miiul teaches him tliat 1 "quarrels amongst friends are best healed I "when they are healed most promptly.'' He condemns military ocenpation of the ' interior, disabilities, and test oaths, as , calculated to continue alienation and deI lay reconstruction; and speaks of his J anxiety for the nation while this state of things lasts, should it pet into a foreign i war. OPINION' OF MR. LINCOLN*. Mr. Davis, according to Dr. Craven, | entertained a kind opinion of Mr. Lincoln, ! and very milch deprecated the bitterness , of the assaults upon him by the southern i press during the war. lie thought Mr. j J Lincoln was kind of heart, and naturally 1 longed "for the glory and repose of a ; second term to be spent in peace." He I seemed to think that from Lincoln the south would have gotten the best terms, | such as Mr. Johnson, being from the ( south, dare not otfer. Mr. Lincoln's death would have been bad lor the south had it come naturally; "but the manner , "of his taking-off, freozying the northern i " mind, was the last crowning calamity of "a despairing and defeated, though; "righteous cause." THE SOUTHERN I'KISONS. As Dr. Craven reports him, Mr. Davis ; vindicates himself completely from all accusations of cruelty and inhumanity to prisoners, lie represents the difficulties in the way of feeding the army as well as the prisoners in the south, and his persistent efforts to effect un exchange of pri- ' soners, which the Federal Government as t persistently rejected. Prisoners of war in | all countries and all ages have had cause j of complaint. The Confederates at Lookout and other northern prisons were nearly ' starved, though full rations, he doubts not, 1 were ordered for them. Mr. Davis ordered the prisoners to have the same rations with ' the guard. The policy of the north in op. ? posing the exchange may have been pi udent, though inhuman ; but he protests that i he shall not be held responsible for evils which he could not avert, and to escape i from which almost any concessions had been offered. OF THE NEGRO Mr. Davis speaks kindly and anxiously. ! He does not think he will die out, and beI lieves that he may be useful as a laborer. He attributes the present " irregularities " i of the negro to the meddling abolitionists , ! and philanthropists, and fears that he may j yet be, like a cage-bird, enjoying his first hour of liberty, but when night and win. ter come be may know where to find neither food aor shelter. ON EMIGRATION OF SOUTHERN MEN I Mr. Davjs is very severe ; indeed, far j too much so. Ho speaks of their fleeing as "an act of cowardice, an evasion of j " duty only to be excelled by suicide. : " They had been instrumental in bringing ! " the evils of subjugatiou on the people, ! " and should remain to share their 41 burthens," &c. Mr. Davis was probably tempted iuto this invective by hit feeling towards Mr. Toombs ; he certainly could not have meant to include Mr, ttENJAMiif, of whom he luw

jnst been speaking so approvingly. tt Is best goncrtlly for a man to stay and share the fortunes of his people ; but when he has no means of support or occupation, and is but a chargc to his friends, who can blame him for leaving his country to seek personal independence elsewhere ? This book, from the pen of Dr. Cbavkn, will meet with a most popular reception, we doubt not, as well at the north as at the south ; and we trust it may have* the effect of tempering the rigors and severities of Mr. Davis's imprisonment, and even in modifying the tonq of those embittered people at the north who demand Ids punishment ! and even thirst for his blood. married. on Thursday e vevlng, .Inn* Uth. at the residence | or the bride's father, by the Rer. M?thew O Keefr. ! JaMFS A. HAN KINS, of Richmond, to Mi*i MaG- | in k K NBY, of Norfolk. At " NVrndham," on the Md nltJmohTtho Rot. Mr Levi, urn, Dr. WILLIAM unAKRlSONformerly of Richmond, Va , to MM* \1R0IMAA., eldest daughter of Colonel John M . HarriR, of Appomattox count)', Va. OBITUARY. Died suddenly at hi* residence, Mount Airy, Bedr ford county, Virginia, on the morning of the 5th instant, JOHN W JO>B?, K*<|., ngej forty-five. Hv the sudden death of thin estimable citixon, the community, a* well as a large circle of frlvnd* and relatives, have sustained a shock from which they will not soon recover. Apparently in hfn usual health, he on the morning ot his death breakfasted and attended to his usual business, when suddenly, and with only one *hort hour's notice, he was cnt down by the' "grim monster." Verily, " in tue midst of life we are in death." Our departed ami much loved friend, though not openlv religious, possessed traits of character rarely combined in one individual. From a child he was proverliial fora strict regard for truth. His father his been often beard to say that he never deceived him. IJ is integrity, a' strict sense of honoreven in the most minute transactions with his fellow-man, his kindness to the poor and needy, more particularly to the orphan, all were conspicuous traits of chsracier. There are many who will te-tity to the truth of this. The deep sym pathv exhibited for the bereaved family, the t> ars shed at the decease of our Iriend, wcre'sllent witnesses of his worth . Bu? as a fat iter, as a husband, he shone pre-emi-nently. Ills broken-hearted wife and his fatherless children alone can feel their irreparable lows. That Ills children may imitate bis many virtues, and that hi* devoted wife may have grace to sustain hei underthis heavy affliction, Is thepraver of the writer. " ? * "* T II E <; R E AT SALE OF THE SEASON STILL CONTINUES, and thousand* are availing them-elves of this golden opportunity, when *150,<MO,<tOO worth of CHOICE and LLEOANT SEASONABLE DRY HOODS are being sold at the ORIGINAL COST: and it Is urged upon Ihe people to buy NOW, eim e THIS IMMENSE STOCK Mf ST BE SOLD to make way for ine projected improvements and the extensive enlargement of our premises. J. STEENBOCK k CO.,

Old Nos. 1.19 a ml 141 Main street, je 19 Xew So. , Main street. I^OR SALE.?' The undersigned, intendinn to discoutinne hoawk< opiff,-. offers ltis preM'lit residence, '? M'f.iJ rEBELLo," for sale. I'here are fourteen acre* of In ltd, all ciido-ed. Thr situation i* admitted to hi one of th?- most de ilnible in the vicinity of Richmond. being half a mile below the southeastern limits ot the city, on Fulton Heights, commanding a view of at least ten utiles no and down the river. The dwelling-house contains fen rooms conveniently arranged and elegantly finished. The kitchen i? one <>f the best, and connected with the house by a covered way. There'are all the usual out-houses, including a large stable, barn, and carriage-house. Around the house i? one of the finest '?AK and HICKORY GROVES in the country. To be appreciated, the place must be seen. For further particulars apidy on the premises. <?i at the otfic<- of Sitmu<*l Ayres'i Co., iNo, i:i20, corner Carv and Virginia streets. jel?-2aw2w SAMUEL AYRF.S. R SUNDRIES ON COXSKiXMEXT. 0 10 barrels superior RYE WHSKY, i' barrels superior ('ll)ER VINEGAR, i barrels superior MoLaSjsES, lw> bushels superior fresh C< >RN MEAL, 1"0 bushels prune NORTHERN HAY, 10 bales 4x4 Cedar Falls SHEETING, l tirkius choice VIKulNlA LaRD, :i firkins choice VIRGIMA BUTTER, 1,0im) pounds choice VIRGINIA BACON, 3o boxes MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, free ol tax ; t dozen superior FRENCH CALF SKINS, for sale by R. R. ROBERTS, Commission Merchant, B^slii Bank ttnii Carv street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, je li? ? 8teod* > ANDOEPH ?fc ENGLISH, V l-l OovEuxoaoa Thirtkhxtb strket. Cash paid for BOOKS, PAMP1ILET8, MAGAZINES, OR WASTE TAPER, LAW BOOKS. Tiie Virginia and other Reports, also a lot ol STANDARD WOUKS, for sale. Orders received for any Law Books published in the I'nited Mates or Enyland. A large stock of Miscellaneous Literature at very low prices. Circulating Library, two thousand volumes foi hire. Book binding in any style. Blank book? made to order at short notice. je 14? 2t 'I i 11 E M AX AC? EES A X 1) OFFICE RS I OF THE HOLLYWOOD MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION will riwet at Centenary Church on THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON at# o'clock. At a meeting held on Monday la-t the following persons were elected honorary members of the Asociation : Mrs. Jefferson Davis, Mrs. General T. J. Jackson, Mrs. General Stuirt, Mrs. General Longstreet, Mrs. General Morgan from Baltimore, Mrs. General John Pegram, Mrs. Benjamin C. Howard, Mrs. J. Harinan Brown, Mrs. J. S. (i it - tings, Mrs. Dubois E^erton, Mrs. Charles Howard, Mrs. Peyton Harrison, Mrs. John 11. Thomas. To the Board of General Managers was added Mrs. James Alfred Jones, of this city. We take pleasure in acknowledging donations from Mrs. Aicinda Robinson and Mrs. Smith, ol Baltimore. je 1*? It RANGE HOUSE, AT ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD DEPOT, LYNCHBURG, VA., HOUSTON RUCKER, Proprietor. This well-known and popular hotel, h iving been REFURNISHED AND Uf FITTED IN SUPERP STYLE, OFKER8 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the TRAVELLING PUBLIC. Ah THIS Hwl'Sfe Is the ONLY REGULAR and CONVENIENT HOTEL FOR MEALS UPoN THE CHANGING ol < ARS, passenger* will have THIRTY MINUTES for BREAKFAST and THIRTY MINUTES for 8UPPKR; Hnd the PROPRIETOR ASSURES his QUESTS that the FARE shall not be SURPASSED. Je 13 O RANSOME'S artificial stone. We are requested to state that there will be a meeting of those who design taking stock in the company to be form'-d for the manufacture of this ?tone "TO-DAY at two o'clock at the office ol Messrs. Barton & Rogers, No. 720 Main street. Je IB ? It NOTICE. ? There will be a meeting of F COMPANY ASSOCIATION at VIRGINIA HALL on Tuesday evening, the 10th instant, at half-past if o'clock. A fall and punctual attendance t? particularly desired. UEOKGE W. PETERKIN, President. PgTta trvxa, Secretary. je it? 2t BOOTS AND SHOES.? All in want oi anything in the BOOT AND SH??E LINK are invited to call at the ONE-PRICE SToHE, 72 Main street, and examine my gouds. Competition is defied in quality and price. H. M. GASTON. Jo W? ts _ SWEET OIL.? Very superior OLIVE OIL on hand aud for sale by O. C'RANZ, No. 2 Exchange Block, Fourteenth street, je lS-ts _ rrRUE TURF OIL, fo- theTure ofoid X tores on man and besHt, for sale at MHADE Jk, DaKkk'6 drug store, Je 18? ts corner Ninth anu Franklin streets. OUQUET D'ORLEANH COLOGNE, superior to Farma. for sale at . MEADE & BAKER'S drug store, j? l? ? 1? corner A 1Mb and Franklin atrtou. B

from a city. AtrcflOM BALES? rtmmE f)AY. I j- - 1- J *-? i ?* -?? By C/C. Hullcl 4 Co., Au<:tIo?<?en?, Seventh, be?re?n Broad and Murahall *ire?t?# WE WILL SELL AT OLR STOKE on WEHNXSDA V, June 20, W?, commoneing GENTS' CLOTIIlWOf Booth, SIIORH. HAH*. he.. pawn brokpK,'* <5?lw?Il?hment in a northern \fo enti marat i ?ti part, m stLK DKP.9WB?, , , t * 25u LAWN, DELAIN, and other styles. 200 CALfCtV fJINffH *M, and other style*, Goo UENTS' CLOTH C?'*Tr<. :so pairs caSSIMKRB Pa5TS, ?mi {?air? LIM Bit PANTS, ?ou i.l. \ EN CATS, t<?? C aSSI MERE COATS. 400 pnir* HENT8" SHOES, ? 30" pair* WOMKN H SHOES, 2 ease* STRAW HATS, 2 ca?*? MlHSfcS' BOlfSETS, l,<*?u i>*lr?CANT??N FLANNEL DRAWERS. 2 ?o uiir- BI.E ACHED SHEETS, a? o ?:ih-? H HOW V SHEETS, he*iilH a larxelotof CUTL?K\, Jhc. C. C. HaNES & CO., Auctioneers. The attention of parties wishing to purchase is particularly called t?> thin sale. je l*? td? C. C. li. & CO. By Isbell & Davis, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneer*, corner of Eighth sta<i Main streets. A DKSTRA bT E TWO-STORY iV FRAMBD TENEMENT, WITH A BU CK BASFM KNT, ON Tin; SOUTH SIDE <>F MARSHALL, BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS, AT i AUCTION. -W? will *"11 ?i, THURSDAY, the 31st day of June, 1#1<5, upon the premls.t-, at 5 o'clock, P M.,thatde*inbl ? FRAMED TENEMENT, wit!, a brick basement, located as above, containing eight roonw, beside* closets, gas and ga* fixtures throughout, with ft kitchen of two room* and water in the yard . The lot front- about thirty feet and runs back one hundred and fifty feet. TlIM : on, .-third cuki balance at six and ! twelve month* for negotiable notes, with Interest added, and secured by a trust deed. I>BELL & DAVIS, je H? tds Auctioneer*. / 10M MISSK >NERS* SA LE OF VA Ll~V/ ABLE REAL ESTATE. ON JAMES RIVER, IN ROCKBRIDGE Col'NTY ? VA.? Pursuant to side- ) erne pronounced !>y the Judge i f rhe Circuit Court for Rockbridge county, on the i'.'tli day of April j last, in ft cause pending in said court, in which John 31. Yuille and wife are plaintiffs, and i Thomas 0. Burks and others are defendant*, the j i undersigned commissioners. nrtmed in said decree, 1 will proceed to *eil at public auction, on the 1 premises, on SATURDAY, the 23d day of June j 1 next, the tract of laud in the hill mid proceedings ' I mention. .J, containing EIGHT HUNDRED AND I ; TWENTY ACRES, lying in Rockbridge county, I on James river, oppos'it- Greenlee's ferry, within ! i two mil, -a of the mouth of North river, and three! mi les of tin? Natural Bridge. AB'TT EIGHTY ; ACRES ARE FIRST-RATE BOTTOM LAND, audi i tile residue the finest mulatto soil. A large portion [ . of the farm i- in TIMBER. The tract IDs well, ! being a southern exposure, and is in a good neigh- | borhood. The James River and Kanawha canal i passes bv the plantation, the navigaton being ! for the most purt slack water, and protected on the I river side I, v a substantial rip-rap wall. THIS IS I THE BESl' FARM FOR svi.E IN THE COl'NTY ; | OF ROCKBRIDGE. The BUILDINGS consi-f of a ' j large and well-finished two-story brick and frame j I dwelling, and all necessary out-h< uses. hnltt onlv j a few years as:o. arid in good condition. It' desired, j the tract can be divided into two farms. TltXI : Cash in hand sutticient to p?y the expenses of sale and cost of suit, and the balance in ' four eijual instalments, in one, two, three, and j four years, with interest thereon from the day of sale, the purchaser executing bonds with approved j personal security, and the title re'ained until the whole of the purchase ii oney is paid. Persons desiring to purchase are invited to ex- | amine the land, and those desiring information j will address the und, rsiirn >d at Lexington, Va. E. I'RN DLBToN, I fftni,11u1,|nll?1., JOHN LETCHER, 1 Comn,!s8lom l9' my t*_ lawiw LOST. STRAYED AND FOUND. OOCK ET- B( >< ? i v I ,< >ST. ? I /ost , <,n FriL day morning, somewhere between the cornet , of Main and Eighteenth streets and tin* ?'itv Hall, <>r about the Hall, a d irk M0H()CC0 POCKET* I !>??? 'K, containing from one to two hundred dollars i in money, a number of checks 'some of them , | drawn in my favoiy, ueveral <tue lulls payable to I me, and other papers, showing to whom thev be- i longed. I Tim fitnler will be libernllv rewarded ou learin-,' 1 I the IlnuK and contents at tliis oiiice. je IS? 3t JUL! US A. 1IOBSON. VTO'flCE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT ll application will be made to the Auditor o , ?he State of Virgini i for renewal of the following j CERTIFICATES OF DEBT, viz : No 277, for two j ? hundred and seventy-seven dollar*, standing in i 1 th?' name of R. G. tilenn, Comurssioner, Ac,, 1 and issued nnder act ot 2*?h Match, lwt2. No 1 111", for four h undr,',! do, l irs, standing in tiie name of Jooeph T. i'riddy, t'eiuiui -i? ?!??*r, Ac., an I isI aned under ne t of 33d March, M5o ; said certifi- j eaten liaving be, n destroyed I'J* Are at Mu: time I of the evacuation of Richmond, je Is? lawlm . STRAYED OR STOLI5X.? A liljernl fi reward will be ]>aid for the ret ?ve-w? .i iryof n D\I;K BRINIiLE, MEDirM-'^v. ;/ 1 ;??IZKDCoW. The onlym.irk r mem- ! t>ei -d is that a siuull )>., i ?> has bee l -J-" ?. | ' chipped off the end> f one horn. Any iutoriiiatioii ; i <d her wilt be thankfully received. 31 ks. MARY JANE Bl>'H, i Seventeenth. Iict. VeiubL- aini poplar streets. , ie Pt_:tl*

N'OTICE.? Application will ho made at the proper tiiin- f ? ? r 1 1? iwwal of ?>???? >har? of -r..*; k ill Ilie tiiCHM- >>' I> A .N 1? LlVKKl'OOl i'A'-KE I' CHJlfAS V.. I. -i i i'ii i \ t?i-? nr.- of April 3, 1#? in the h i rue of SaM L'tl, S.'i ?TTREI,t?. ap U? law J ni VOTICK IS HEREilY 01 YEN that ii application will be made to the Auditor ol State of Virginia for renewal of CERTl KIC.aTE 4 > F DEBT No. in. i .1 (lir?u hundred dollars, Maud* in*C in name of William F. Wat>on, ^ u.t r?i i an ?>! Mildred A. Watton, and issued under act of Ski March, I ??$<), ?a:d cer. ; lie .it<* having litrii ii*(i my 5? taw3m VOTlfK IS HKKIHiY OiVKN THAT LI upplii Mtion I I be made for the renewal of a lo-t CERTi FlC.vTK for TWO MJAkJS <>F Sl'iw K. b'undmg in our name, in tin- Richmond and Liverpool I'ucki t Company. je?_law2m J. A. Si. T A. PATTESOX. SHIPPING. roll JIALTIMoKK, SAVANNAH, JO and boston -Powhatan *> r^, , | STEAMBOAT CO.MPA.S Y.->MMI -4 WEEK! V I.INE.-L K khiuond cv.ry WEDNESDAY and >I*NI)A V ^^LSt?ES3i Leaven Baltimore evi-a/ W E 1> N E 8 D A Y and | SATURDAY. The Htfrtlii'T PETEHSBURU, Cupta'n Robert Tkavkrs, will leave here at 6 o'clock, A. M., WEDNESDAY, the 2"th instant. Freight received MONDAY anl uj> to o o'clock, IV M., TUESDAY. rj This steamer has splendid saloons, ?tate- rooms, ami passenger accommodations. Passage, meals included. f8. For Ireight or pas^ige applv to DAVUi A WM. Cl'RKlE, office at Charles T. Worth am ii Co. s, I Jo IS ? ^t FifUfenth street. [70R NEW YORK.? TO SALE _T * O'CLOCK TUESDAY MOHNlftfi, JUNK lVTil The new and magnificent side-wheel steamship1 .VI vOAKA, 0. W. ( < > t* < u, counnan ? <lt- r , will receive tr< - 1 1; b t all day MoNo.VY, tt?^ lsth instant, and will leave her Icrthat liocketU punctually as above. l'as senders requested to be punctual to tho hour of debar urn. PretL'ht taken at greatly reduced ra?e*. UAKKET F. WATSOX, je 1 0 ? 2t Kocketis. TOR NEW YORK.? ATLANTIC __ COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP ? COMPANY. -The new and elegant side-wheel steamship II A ITER AS, ' Captain I' akki.sk, will leave hert wharf at KocketlK on MONDAY, the Wth June, at s o'chtck, A M. 1 1 l'aii!?engers can ifo aboard the evening provious. For freight or l>a?.-age? having aeciimiuodatioijs us urpassed? apply to PAMUBL AYERS & CO., je 1?5? 2t (,'iiry and Virginia streets. PERSONAL. PERSONAL.? OLIVER H. P. ANX DEKSON. of company A. (Captain Colfeej, Forty-eighth Mis?is?i] pi regiment, iD-ath's division, Hill's corps, Army Northern Virginia, was missing after the battle of Spot <y I v.mia Court house, tl2th of May ) Anv information furnished a- to ii? whereabout* will be thankfully received by hi* distressed mother and relatives. REBECCA ANDERSON, at the Verandah lIou*e. je l(J ? It* Brotd street, near Seventh. Dissolution of co-partner-ship.? The co-partnership heretofore existing undc-r the firm ol MO<'DV & WINFREE is ibii" day dissolved. JAMES M. MOODY is authorized to collect and settle all bilb< of the late firm, by mutual consent. JAMES M. MOODY, ROWLETT WINFREE. JAMES M. MOODY will continue the business at the old stand, keeping a choice stock of OivOCEKIKS, CKOCKKKY. and TlMWAKK; aM. UAV, . CoKN',0\Ta, and MEAL. je ? It* JAMES M. MOODY. | vr O T I C E TO TAX-PA Y ERS.-l n x y compliance with an oruinaoce of the city \ ( tt Richtjiord, I will ?tt' nd a! the Collector's office, t j City Hall, from 0 A. M to tl P. 31., from the 15lli ' tothe Wtn oi June luc u ive. to receive from the 1 TAX-PAYERS one-half or the whole of the Cit> I Tax?*a charged to them, deducting therefrom ten i per cent. JULIUS A. HOBSON, ' | let? tm City Collector. N. B ? Fractional notes will not bw received ex- . , c?rpt when uece??ory to utake the requUBw cUun^e. LOVER HILL LVMPJAVERAGE, | V and FINE COAL.? Having purchased all the COAL In the Clover llilt C ompany*# coal-yard in ' Manchester, we art prepared tofurulsh grate, engine, and shop COAL in largo quantities and at reasonable rates ANTHRACITE COAL and OAK and PlNK WOOD at low figures. COTT HMLL PILCHER. Basin Bank, between Eighth and Ninth streets. jo_l?-tn ' _ /CONGRESS SPRING WATER.? A \J supply Just received l?y PuRCELL. LA DD A CO., DroggitU, je!8 corner of Main and ThirteemU j?!_reeu?.^ North Carolina cut and WOOD'S Roli HERRIMUs, V1KU1N1A LARD and BACON HAMS, for .sale ?. . fn JOH.S A ALHKKT B1.AIK. Je 11? lw No. am Main street. CARGO OF ROCKLAND LIME jlMt ^,,4 ? CO., J? II Ubb> buildia^i

s By 8?|i|Nnn J men, Jr., k Co , Au?tione4ta and Commission Merchant*, No. 4 Fifteenth ftreet, between Main an<l Cary. ON MONDAY MORNING, JUNE l>lth, comueueliig at II o'clock, we will Mil at j our store a larg? consignment of OROCfiUlbS, WlNEii, LIQUORS, 4c , conairtiug of 8UO*Km, COFFKM, > BACoN. FLOUR. ? HKKKlNtiS, BOA KB, CHKfiHB, VINEGAR, 80 D A , PEPPER, PICKLES, M L'.-TA KP, 8MOKINQ TOBACCO. CIGARS, B ROOMS, BUCK r T?. tic. ALS<?, CHAMP A ONE, 8HEKKV, PORT, and CLARET W I N ES, WHISKIES, BRANDIES, and many other good*. The usual crotUl of thirty and sixty day* will U* giren. 8. JONES, Jr.. k To., Anct'oneera. By I). F. Booth, k Co., Auctioneer*. 7o7 Main street, between Sfreiith and Eighth T AW LIBRA RY~AT AUCTION.? 1 j Will be *old at our i-:i - r?>? ?m < >it MOS i)A \ . June I", at 5 o'clock. P. M., ft \ Al.UABLE La\\ I, I II K A it V, comprising the Virginia Report*, ( ranch'* United Sfa'e* Report*. Thi? English l> port*. and standard Book* u*nal!y foond in a well(?elected Library, < onsiguinonlB lolieited, and roceired till t jn?e of utile. Catalogues now ready at our sal->-rot.iu. iv f. Booth, k CO., j* 15? td* Auctioneer*. JTOOK OF GROCERIES AND CON- 1 ^ FECTIONERY AND FIXTURES For: SAF.l AT AUCTION, AND FRAME IIOISE, '?.V SEVEN*- , TERNTH STREET, BETWEEN BROAD AND OR.W'E STREETS, TO BE REMOVED BY OR BEFORE THE FIRST OF JULY NEXT? 1 will otter tin- abore property for Mle <?u the precise*. on Ml >N DA V, t ii ?? i?th June, commencing Ht 10 o'cU-c k . The HOUSE will be sold at U o'clock M. Tkrsh : At Male. j, i?_2i* JOSEPH LONGINOTTI Sale to i>?' conducted l?v ' C. C. HANKS \ CO., J?? i<* Auctioned r?. WANTS. YlfANTED, ORDERS for importing , >\ WHITE LABOR, which will be ?!-.ne upon : the nx'st equitable and reasonable terms. aim*, wanted situation* for MALE and FEMALE} TEACHERS, cr.EKKS, CORRESPONDENT^, etc., which have nil fhe rerv bear ree< ruin??nd:i' ?.? ??i> . They can be supplied fr?e of charge to any one needing their serricea. For further particular*, call or addr? -?? tlie _ SOUTHERN EMPLOYMENT AOEM't, Franklin ?. re?* i . under Metropolitan llallj Po?t-of!lee box 18, Richmond, \ :t. D'ANDAHAZY k Li>K. Agent*. jel?-!t ^OTT it FRAYS! :u WANT TEN . S CART DRIVERS, FIVE WOOD CJlOPPi RS, MAN and FaMILY to take charge of a small farm near the city, COOKS and Hoi SK Sr<R\ J NOTT k FRAYSER, Agency. Franklin, between Jt? is? '.'t Eighth and Ninth Plr??el*?_ TXTANTED, a situation as a }} HOUSEKEEPER, by an English woman, either in the city or country. Address thia ottke. je ltl_4t# " \TTANTED? WOOL, WP O L . ? The ?T highest market j-ri<v w'lll lie paid for ON E HUNDRED THOUSAND PoUN l?S WOt?L. (Jil lUMiS HOWARD, j.> i" tt* corner Fifteenth and Cary atreets. A\fAXTi:i), TO 1'URCIIASK FROM y\ three to Are hundred CEDAR POSTS, aewu arnl a half f" ft long an.l tiv<? to six inches at sniHil end, delivered at the City Alm?-hou*4. 12 ta A. I>. TURNER. WANTED, WOOL, in largo or small TT lots, by jfl H? lm HA RVEY8 k WILLIAMS. W"ANTED, A GOOD COLORED FEfY MlLE COOK, Wi?hi"it incuiubrance. JoilN N. OOHIioN H son. 4 Fourteenth -'leer, n< ai Exchange H? t.'l^ WANT K 1 >7 AN EX PERI E N C E 1 ) yy NURSERYMAN tomke charge of, or an interest in Wl:h the owner of, a farm in Noitb Caio11 n a well adapted to and located for a nursery and garden farm. Apply to PALMER, UAKTSOOK & CO., my 30 LUiby bBllain.% \\rANTEI>, Mr. WILLIAM 1>ANyy NlALSorMr J. 11. SHARP to call at the <f (it <? t.f the Yirginia Eniplo*w nt Agency, on Broia street, lour doors u'i 'Ve l'ntli, or *ddrei>JAMK.S T. HEN Ot KS<'N, my 19?ts Box 139, Richmond, Ya. / 1ASII PAID FOR RON ICS.? Wanted. V ' FIVE HUNDRED TONS BONES. Ca*h |aid "?n delivery. ,tiy -?_ts S. P. LATHROP, Agent. IDES AND TALLOW WANTED. DRY HIDES. OREEN HIDES, and SALTED hides. Also. T ALLOW for which the higlit.'Nt cash prtc will he paid. o. H.CIlALKLEY ft Hide and Leather Denliit^. Thirteenth atrnet, !>??- iween Main ami ?'ury. ?l' **?- 1* N II

J^KNNOLDSS CELEBRATED VIRGINIA HEPATIC A-N'D Pl'RUATlVE. PILL. I THl> PILL H AS ST'>(?|. Tl! K TEST OF AMPLE EXPERIENCE AND I" NV ARK ANT ED TO GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION. I A few words to those who are skeptical and prejudiced towards medicines of this class i hi** Pilli* not tho inventi< ti ol a <riark or im i postor, hut originated with l>r. T. lit ruiold*, of Munton, V.i.. who win <? ncultr owljitii tod 1 practitioner of uiedti ine, aud s?: oijU in tho flr^t sank i of his profession. , II.- duvott d soma year* of patient investigation to : tin' pharm Vcen'.icalVombinatiou aud therapeutical i action of this pill; hut long before hi* death, which occurred about two years ago,; they iji t. than realized tho most sanguine expt ctation? ol ' himself and those among whom he practiced. Jt is not tho object of the proprietor* of this pill some of whom are regular graduates, and hare . boon practicing medicine for some yr?ars? to palm upon tho people a rt-m? ly in which they have no -onfldence ; but, on >Ii*j contrary, th < y can, with | sincerity and the utmost confidence, recommend . lii' tn? their conlldenco being b*s?d upon many yearn' experience and trial, in taking and preei'li1 Hiin: them, as well as the testimony of u any of the most reliable citizens, whose recommendation and appreciation of them can be seeu ut the <'iid of the pamphlet. FACTS for THE PEOPLE. This pill is a certain, safe, and etlk-lent remedy, adapted to all ages, constitutions, and climaret>, not r< quiring any ?iwsiil ivoMuet of txpatun or lbstineiice more than common sense' would dictate except in derangements of the liver not to use greasy food, for the obvious reason tlrit its seen - tion (bile) is necessary to a g reat degree for the proper digestion of fatty substances. It contsuis no ingredient that is In any way Injurious under auy circumstances, and its ctHcacy is not impaired by'lonx keeping. UKRANOEMENTS OF THE LIVER It is earnestly recommended for the relief of dorangeuienta >>t the liver, such as jaundice, dellj ?lent secretion of bile, tonpr i f the liver, i esp-??ially in persons of a blrioua temperament, i and all conditions ordinarily called iiiliouH. DItiESTI V K ORGANS. i !t is also admirably adapted to dnrangement* of the digestive organs, such as dyspepsia, >-?ur sto- ' mach, spitting up food, los# of appetite, painful ' digestion, sick headache. Ac. It is an indisputable I fact, that derangement or the digestive oralis con1 -dilute th" largest c.a?s of maladies which alilict l the human race, and that great scourge, Asiatic cholera, winch now threaten* to invade and depopulate our country, seems lir?t and most intensely to attack the" digestive organs ; so, if tb> y aro found in an unhealthy condition, how much more fatal must the epidemic prove. This ptil b ! safe and efficient in removing constipation, which in either the cause or consequence of almost every I disease ; and therefore its relief 1* a paramount 1 consideration, without which no other treatment i > l^ermanent or satisfactory. I Another c'a?s of diseases to which it is exactly I -ii tt-d i? it#t i j, <it ion, arising from yntral iltLili ?///, loss of tone In the bowels, impaired nervous !' eneigy, hysterical conditions, sedentary habits, Jtc. it is con'identiy prescribed for all turmoil tHnniKt-x, which sre'lnvarlahiy either caused by, or themselves occasion, Constipation. In all cases of Hemorrhoids (piles), whether | blind or bleeding, in fistula* and prolapsus of the ; trowels. it can be used with the greatest comfort I and success. In rtiose apparent affections of the k'uhxeys, af- ? tended with pain in lbs hack arid loins, seamy and high colored urine, deposits in the urine, burning pain in the bladder, rectum, Ac., it is employe I I with immediate relief. In HliKUiuitLisin% (Juttf. and all itifl'umantvrtj diseases, such ac by nipt hi*, liilio ?* h'rvty, ,Sc> Ut Ftfr, 4e., which are almost Hivariably attended with Constipation, this Pill it high1 y b*H<jtctal, reducing local coo/ealUm*, equalizing tho circulation, correcting the secretion*. Jtc. In Sturulyia it is invaluable. Though a nervous disease yet it is almost always preceded by, ?*r accompanied with, derangement of the 1.1 Ver and 1 Digestive organs, and cannot i?e i?ucres?fullf or permanently cured without the restoration of the I healthy functions of these organs. Inline. It Is a ; sovereign remedy for the restoration of t'<e healthy I functions ot nearly ail the decretory and Excretory organs of the body, whether their derangeluent exists as the cause or effect of other diseases. The dose for au adalt is one Pill, aud, wheu convenient, just before retiring at night, and repeated | the following night, or onener If required. For I achild d ve years old, oqe- fourth of a pill. Ten 1 years old, one-half. In violent ca*?s, suob aa Bi- ' lious Colic, obatinate Constipation, Ac., two should i be takun by adult. | 7 JVM. BB550LDS A CO. ftTJtcxTojr, Va., January to, ism. I hereby certify that I have u?ed for a number of years Dr. KanuouU's Hepatic Pill, and can assure the public that 1 have tferived more benefit from , them than from any pill 1 hare ever used. Their ! action is mild aud quite vdicleut. Joh.v R. ScMUtrr. I hereby certify that I hare used, both for myself and iu my family , Dr. T. Rennolds's Hepatic Pills, and truly say their action Is more eltcieb t and satisfactory than any inedlvlue I have ewr used, and I m.*t earnestly recommend that overy family keen and ueo ihem. These Pills never aripe. Nothing is clalmi<i for them more thsu they deserve. Bis.vjani.N ( aswtokP, To be hau of alidruggiau and dealen In au>dleino orery were. PuHCKLL, L ADD A CO.. Druggists, Uiueral Ageata for the ProMrieiar.U. ,W'.

ATJCnOS SAtES-FUTORE DA7. Bj Robert B. Lyne, Auctioneer. "" VKHY VALUABLE FAMILY REST liEXCE, 0* V ENABLE, flKTWBEX JRC!" MINK aM? fcCOTT tTKKKTH, Km saU AUCTION ?At tin* request of the ow -t i. Grow,) I wi I puld.c auction. on Tl'??hir the 19tn of Ju?v?. Upon the *? the h?. !.? 3 o'clock. I'. M., tliat vtiv (1?nir?f)l<? K/.M 1/ KK4II>BN''B located kx abnre, ?iri!rU' o'T? room". T'i ? lot front* on \>niblo ?'r<-*t eight feel., and rum back on?j huadre.I ir.\ ' thirty ? I ?ro ft. ct. 'J he liou-?>j bit bun , ? papered. and whit*WMh??J, ti:iv : - . I mulberry ti '-?< in front and par, >r<i 1 1?. ' ll|(ht|al ?h?.|e# Tii?? irni'l' n in w-U ?.,t w ?(, I labUm. Pi<^ eattan bad immediately. ' TniuM : Vary liberal, and fluid" Vr.< w,, j, , of?*T* EOBEHT B. l.V.N't. Ileal E?'%t?'Ai,'''iit an-l Au<ti<>r,.^r, Office, Fifteenth -ir* ?, Jc 11 corner Will and Fnrtkiin, By I ?bell 4 Darl*. Ace tlwff* 1 ' O V It S K A T F H A M K T F. N KI NT-. ON THE F.A^T SIDE < F Til F v; ?. (j I X I A CF.NTKAL RAILROAD, ?'?: ' ..Nf,,: , -T lit. r. r. FOR HAl.F. AT Al CTKX -.V , t, , , , *t tiii'llon, mi WEbNK^I'A\ . .i 't- j ? i|t) hi the preinU >? at " u'Cn ? . f .| t i ,i SEAT KKAMK TI.NKMh.NTS, ?. ? v l\ abort dMaii-e above tile olhee of the V.iyi! , ( >'r iral Ka'.lrcal Com;ifttiy 'In - ?a!e r ? r-i' opportunity to i ?><'!>< of >u >11 m?ai<* t., . , n ri Mideiu e'i or in *k-e -x profit.' td- !? v-? .ni?'i *. T f km ?? < ? tUi t <1 rn-h ; baUm at ? >.? ? , six month* for ntioiliblt not''*. * >. r ?? HfeVured bv a Iran <Wu l!>BKLI. 4 i>AVl>. j(. 1*5? til* Anrt;.u.?#* By Harrivm, flod lin ft Ap,>?>r<',n. H.tnk?rH, Brokuf*. Mt'l i'. iil I A.t ... / >.M MISSION Ki;s" S A I . i ! ? > ! ' v r ;# ? Vj I V i M'A [>LK I KA I, K>'i W k : i ;i i i ? ft KirHMoij*, OS lAlN.Tf...TII ? x -( AAD 8TUEBT8.? By vii .2 i if (' .? i ? r? -ii :r f - i. t <>f th-> ? i / ? f I iioiitii iMl i. ii ill. flh Junf. 1" ). luii.i ; , airain-t llar^ainln. Sc., iH<- iiiiiI tmki. u ,v ih'Tcliy arpo.ntfMl i oinmi*?ioii<<r-t, a , , Nil M bmflc MWtlOIL DBllUI pRIHih , I) A T, tt>4 2"th Juno, ISM. A ?< 9 follovliy*vilaiM( re.?i wlaie Ij* ???t:iti- i f ili-* jar#1 Anthony fteifw ? r? I liable Li'T on th'* w??tli * !<l?? ? >f . i... , iVIiith an't T-nKi Btrcrta, fr? in Ingalioat i ronaiaglmck abont forty-lr? f??Cio nn joininr ih?* D ry r ?r** ??f ilMum, .*? ^ Co. : A.ro, rt o l.oT on t!i? ?p?-#talili! i f T> tweoi Mailt ami (.'.iry ^tr?, frontli>K fi i t. running l>*ck about clj(hty>fOttr fi-n- " r wliirh, on ?ti?j >:iiik' day. on ih" pr?Mn o'<-liv-k i*. i?r^ij anrt wry di?x|r.it<! i ,;,i i^nWKI.I.IXO. ut iln* Miuthw-Kl corio-r f|' I'irv Koti-h, .> HUvvtw, which wa? form, rly <>n i- , - fll'J it' C ' il II a* a Ti Md^llfi'. I'llf l/>'J i; .1 ? ? of out* hundri'il ;m l thrw t'<" t. airl .? <(? | ih ot hundred tmi niiy-!iv?? f?L to an alh'V to h. h*N. sltcr oponeW. Al?.?, tha IIAI.F A( l.'fi LOT inr*ar of till ahor ?. fronting oil t!:?* i ? ? li ??! i -tr.-e! on? h soured m l t) rrv-iiir.? f?- ?, r ii - hack oiia h':ndi"d md Wft/-fn<; n ? t .i i J'hi* F.nl will be klib divide ! oo a< !? <uit tin v of hicldnrH. Th<> foreiroinij ?>\il ?<?t?ti?. for fi" p* jUMiy r.'-aiih-it ui? amoiu?t ?ln? t o.-t v.r on tin* market, and <bouid at racttho a ? i.*,. f <- niitali!>i<> anil oth 'H. I KK vs . "!???- fi iuth ca?h, balance at ?*> , t- ,.|w and ?i^'iti1 ? i months, for ii 'tollable t >>;??, i; r. . . added, and : tie ret cinod till all th" purrh m ?? i.? paid, aiu! h com i.? vanco ordered by ? ? <i?rt ? Tlo- taxi'x in I ir^;:ianco for this y< ?r to, s.. | , j I v the pure! i ?*r. HO. U. HOWJ80X > J. S ? A"KIK, >Coci! !!-? rtATo.N X AX CM, S ?.il' to li>' eon lu< t?*d hy li dtEttUH, (fl)DOIH k APPRI - \ je 15? Ca?<d< Auc'iouerr*. l'.y Piikaiton, i'uhiam t o,, Auctn.i.r. i?. 17UK S \ LK AT AUrTH >N'.~ WtMvill JL Hi-ll i n TrKSHA i', th<' l!*'h Jur; (? pa.-t 4 o'clock, P. 31., "ii th* j r i' .i ; . ;<uclion, {!??? LOT lyiru on C?>uipr.>ii n ? - r r*. Maddux 11*11. fronting titty t?*cr and rm.'i ? t one liiiinir-d and titty it bi-.i., C,- t { which Joan Lantiip died m/rj. Tti;)li? : At I'iLKlXTOX, PPLLIAM v < ?> . Ji? 7? I'odtda Ai'c" : ? ?*r? l!y Urulibx Ai William*, Auction r-, XortlnroKt ccrnar of Main and fcl?N . nt' ?> r 'Tit I 'STIFF'S SA LK OF TH F >fK1 < II \.M( >VI LK TI'H .'IMK; at M ' n By virtua of a deed of tntid from the Mcrhm1r*> \*i t !?* Turnpike ? < inj'.n y to t ?i;i.?ci ?? ? Trunli'e, duttd Itth J , 1" a, and record Henri eo Co inty Cooit oMcaf helnpf thereto re*|qent> cd l?v tlif nerureil, I williellat ;ni< , ut the ltd I 2n?e of -a d ? ornpniiy, on M" ? ? V, ?5th June, at 6 o'clock, P. M., (if fair ; If n tin next fa r lay thereaft* r at the *? < rm* hour . ".nl ih" K-raio, Property, Work*, KIt'i''. ?*? i I chikrit of tba said Company , eoneiatlnc of i'? K;-t if** ? rid Pr vi ? ; ;? ittid t- it? I iti ? pik-' Koad, Oil- Land, li'iil iin^", an I Ju.p'io ? :? i d'T enjoyed therewith .i> <i all t icit ?. Pow.t?, P??vih?g. Wot ?-, in i t'laij- -i ? v ii miner i?pf"i?t?*!ia ut fl ereto.' 1'KKMr* : Mii'icioiit In ciwti to defray the ex ?? line* attending the execution ?f th? umat de? I, and to pay lli?' th'' '.h f"i t r. d ther-hy (amount > ?? ?t*'?**i* foi'r huiidied doiiara . ai<d tlie r -'din a *?.!???? c<iu:t! i i**ta mer?:?. at one, two, an 1 tht ? ' ? >. I r ?m.iiI with a> nroveil ... amy, inter til- it r. I !? v uce I oi t -,ft upon in. | r< p. > to be e?ud! i'. W . <.KI Ulifr, ! if ii?i una ft WllMAMti, Aueiioi . r. H ! ? By hb *11 \ D.ivis, Km' F*tat" \>'?n?^ai:d Auction? i-, corner L ..ht'i and 'F.m utrect? '|MI AT HEAUtTfTLLY - T.or AT 1 l? 1 A.M? I'ES'HABLi >1 til' lilt A A' i ? 1 . ^ 1' ? >KA\I> ;;tAU t" 'I ti h Ki^'DfcM !. TH IXI?L r. BOW B. .*>*0 FK<?.\ riXU Tils M'Ul'tl - 1 i ? t "F I i.iull - I ?. r> i i- KXTFXDLl). FOR >AL-: AT At ' Th'.s -W. ?,.l ?ell at auction < rt TUESDAY, tba 1 Ihdt] of i*i.it, on tin pr<'!oi?i ??, nt r? ?,'? lo?' k, P M . ?? ci-tifully-lochti'd and d - ni r ;? m ? I'KBAX i (tiovn-nam d, con'ainiriK TVVCXT\ AXi> \ 1 1 v ACHES. 'I iie iniprov? tr.-nte i on>Nt oi a | t v cottage ri>?-ni nee. coi.tainiuK n.tn i mi-, *it ? i in ti lx*an' ful k ; ">v ?, tie?r b..rn, ?vi.o^, i ri.1 '? bon??, I'd bric'i-, all ? XC' lI'lU ice In with a fine jkuh! fi" ?oi.i nt thereto h i? t . i ? r i ? . ? ? - - try oui-hon?ee. Tba and I4 i. ? y pro\..|, x ibfianiikl'v eiteloaed wi.h ?? '-r i and white <n?k ] la: I . h i: I aiiulr it ly a 1 ?? j ' ? III*' culmr <d the ii- . I rr. ;? and re. fab! of which I i vo t>i "ii *ne?lt I and .1 re i . v. , r* finely, li.ie place, n ilh a little care tad ?lf ittion, aiay he BUUta one of tha nod uti^i twi-delK-en ii? I he vit I ?l t*> < I liichM '111 J iii i.t i ,iii. ' aff r the above aale, will I ** li' ii v iv tin** MI'IAS. two f,ne t ;< 4 ? l B '?*tl\ "II MiSi-:. t'Al.'f ?. l?f(i'.V. a I' f II A I X ?' ..lid ull 1AKM1XU lalPLhMBfiTS on ' - I farm. Tkk ip fox t hk Fa ny : One-tlilid en- Ii, I >iv. twelve, and oighte*u iii< iitli-. ' ' notee, inf. i?>t a tided, and i?ecur?-d by ? .. ? tru-t Foi the pernOf.al properly, ?ixiy .1 ' i t ftir a. prov. d in ^ (liable nc.f?i, int. r-?t m' ? I je 13 ISB1 LL <k i? A \ IS, Audi, i I' By 'iniidis A Williama. .,.uct'.ofi?" r?, Xorthwt ?: corner of Malu and Bleranth t"r- .*tr.

/ ? O M M I S s I O N K It'S SAT.K <>l V j >K\\;.NTY A< KK> OF VAL1* AHI.K LA M?, ? )V THK MFflUS > VI J.r.JI 'I IMi.VJMKI' ' Mll,I>FhoM T1IK MTV. AT Af < fI??N ? Iti ? *? cutiou of i doc roe of iho iTiienic < ?>urt of tho c> .?? i> of H< ii'ico e>iii<r?il Mijr 2, l?-W, in ili<? c***1 <>? Si if riiifji ?<rn, in. Aim! in and ilw . Hie uim ???rsigned, a < oinmi ^lonu'r appointed for the liuty* * , will Hal! i!: auction, upon |E( I r?*in- - ? i, on T1IUK"*DA V, July i, at :? oVI'ck. P. M.. if :.?lr. if not, oh the n.'xt ?"-< :r Jav Mit-o-.tttT. at ?ui hi ir, Till r <?F LA '? L> ..r H-htrli t:.e .ate K'l.n frYht i Wi rl orndl'd f-jl/' il. lyiiifc on lb- < ?? t ? O ( M> <?'?:(. iovlllj t iri.j>ik<* a (hurt dllUuc* boy* ??>?. iho t 11-^a.. , at d adj? Itiing the land </f J.' - otii la* Uo M-r at. J oil: en . Hi iv. a. SKV.XTY Al ItK?j, of which - i ?Bfflcitint portion :*1 WOAdi ; ui UMItkN ? ? ? i >1 hiiiliiinx*, ? in' of vl lcli i' ?n l??? concerted :i; ? t dwelling. it will li>i nold as a whole, or dindu, :U? may i>od*?i/ii'i l?.- t a' ihe tiiu*" <>f "ale. Tin? i* a beautiful TK\(I OF LA.MV it I t -l.< iild attract the mteution of (lenwu aii< h yroj.. <ty. Ti iixa ; Ono-lbird ca?h : balance at ?ix an I l**t !\u iitoiilh* for li' ^i liatile w.:b nti-r<-t adui'd , th< till*- to he ret.*.. a t bythecouu until the hole* ,?rc t?.i 1 . r.ATOX NANCE, Conai??l< n-r. Gri d on At Wii i.i a> Auctioneer*. J?* '? HI K . A. J. . LOW*. D. M H If. IK ft. I/ A. J. CI ,01*70 X AXI) I>. M. Mil.* I i> I.tH have ihih day ??nt. r .1 Into i <? [ r r i?hii> ui di r t u< - ylo and tlnn of CI. I'h'A a Ml i.i r.ii. lor th* i>ario?e of <?? .. a li'.Vi. I * , TATK AM) 0?.M>rf<|. A<ir.M V A.M? U<HON" BKH-i' Bi!tJJNi:s>. They will - I K> T A T B of erery de?rri[ f ii n fn tb" city jwl * jjcii.in* c?iu?>U'-?! K'om the ?? vt?'ii?iv ? ac<| ano i<7 ?u< h uf ?i?. with ib?? bual|n-?? c?>< inu* ,r> and t?;r |<vn^ ?<xji rl^ni'4 of t ar ???nior in iL 1 I Ufj-? in t?i.? r it y . hi' r'y ?? licit liie ; I r> of our tr:t-ud> and oib^ra in th?* v- -lu ? l?. ii Mi/.Ll.K, from an i'X j' rii'm*'- ? f n i ? ' 1 twenty y?Mr?aa a *a?>Mort and a UioroQ^ii ?<<| ? anc-' with tiiu r-al ? ntntn buoka of lh. c: ? 1 tfivi Ma Kjo'rlal ?tt?iitlon to any btt?rn -? ? j kind trLii h U <*i 'rn^'ed to u>. || ? v nr^ i for the ia?t t wcfity- 1! > e ^ ir ? i taiiiinjf ?|: the r- al tdtl*1 of th? ri'*, oa?" ! ? ? ? ' ' for tmeiiit; nj? tlij.-i aro iifi?ii;i!|i d. CLoVTo.NAMIM.fr. )U?al I*r?t ?t?? A. ? nil and Aut( omtf. i w-'lfti), Inftw rti MainaudVrankliu <>?< '? , Jp 14? 0t I^UK THK IIOl'SK OF hKIJCf ; ATIX X <luli< ral TilOJ: AH 8. II * ' *? :l knouti .?>? for C'niiy y?*i,r"? *n efScicat m* -u ! < f ?f thr? IOHVK OF i'K/.EO ,\Tl>. h iu?:iid'.d a- a )>uitai>l? |Mtr?uu :o?vipv?tbi?i;tt.v witL^ room of Mr. UatiTax. It U uiidi>i>">d U'-t bv' ?? il a?"i-?*pt tlii- t>c* it ion If elertvd l.i*t .h>- v< ' i ?. consider him a# a r-mdldate, ai d lak* car# tb.it tln'y 9vcu:? hta una.uab.c a?r?lcc? i. >?*! * ? ?'?. je lt~jda UTl/.fcN. . DHKSS, SILK, AM) CASSIMERB It ATS the late*' atyles, ;n?t r. faW'HAlA.N WLWIUfB. No. ?tr?ct, |?< Cm door below ypotowood Ht?tal. HA UN ess" leath ek. harness LEATHHK, HAB.VJS" I.KAT ILK tcr.a;9 by o. ii. ruAi ki sv k ( o., ? Hide ttd Leather DeaJtfr*, Thirti-cii'.b ?'r?tt. J? U hKvra?n Mmu aud i ar> T^OH SALE, A STY I JS tl Y OU N < ? JT IIOR.-'B, Uvto) ?ar?old ; wtwk. well la 4U ^ double ai d harueaa, ?n4 goes well und r thd b^vlvil''. ? ^ ? > *? JOHN N. UtWiUO.N \ ao.s. TI ST HEt El V EI>, A LA K<*E L\tl vo ce <4 1.4C4 Cunaiut, Window .'?hadv?, l*??i>?r It Ht'n otf*. ('iinluri Hat:t(>x'*. oil t iotu*. o??., at FKi- ><. ii 4 CULK8HAW % corner Jwu'h ?nj M^iu ktrarta luj> ?tairal. _ '"y ?* . I" i A M 1 LY^LOU R? OX E H V M > L E 1 ? UAUHKU UtlF^KlOU FAMILI tft'-OK tor aaie br ? ; 1 VfBH * Thlrteenlii b??weeu Main and tary. Je ^ \NE hVnuHKP KITO No. 1 MAUK